A meeting íf a number of our cilizens was Jield at Judge Harriman's office, líist Saturday evening, at wbicb S. W. JJeakes presided and A. W. Hamilton was made secretary . The meeting was calied for the purpose of considering what could be done to secure the needed additional hospital accomroodations lur the Umversity in this city, so Unit there would be no fuither question as to the medical departraent retuaining here. The matter was cliscussed at some length, the opinión of those present betng that all cünical material needed for the students could be obtained if proper hospitals were erected. A committee consisting of Judge Harrimau, L. li. Pond, Sedgwick Dean, A. V . llamilton and Ottmar Eberbach were appointed to take tne matter in charge and see the ïegents at theirnext meeting as to wliat could be done. The members of the medical faculty, now in the city, met with the committee Tuesday and talked the matter over. The outcome of tbe discusssion sliowed that the doctors thought that ampie clinical material could be had here, if the accommodations were sufflcient. The graduates of the school always stand bigh in the profession. The argument forremoval to Detroit was that the hospitals there were available for the students. But the private hospitals are private institutions and the students can not avail themselves of the cases there treated. All the cases wanted in obstetrics, the doctors thought, could be obtained if a lying-in ward were built.