STILLMAN PATIENTS EAGER TO LEAVE BEDS FOR GAME
That every patient not on the verge of dying would be at the Yale game tomorrow was the promise of Arlie V. Bock, Henry K. Oliver Professor of Hygielies and head of the Hygiene Department, to his charges at Stillman Infirmary yesterday.
Indicative of the enthusiasm in the wards was the idea of having cots at the game for the definitely bedridden, as reported last night over the telephone to the CRIMSON by an unidentified patient, "J. J. Burp."
These of the current 30 patients who will attend the game will know this morning who they are when their doctors pronounce them fit. Although in past years boys have gone to the game against doctors' orders, no signs of rebellion was noted this year.
"All our pals keep calling up and hope we stay sick so that they can buy our tickets," said "Burp."