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New Haven, Conn., Feb. 23.--Dean M. C. Wintersnitz, of Yale University, yesterday announced to several hundred graduates, who were observing the annual University Alumni day, that the general education board had given $400,000 for the completion of the clinic building of the New Haven Hospital, which is affiliated with the Yale Medical School.
During the same program the appointment of Professor Robert D. French as head of the first Yale quadrangle was announced by President Angell. Dr. Angell also announced that the active charge of the entire quadrangle program would be left to an executive committee of which Charles Seymour, provost of the university, is chairman.
Announcement was also made that a gift had been made to the funds of the university sufficient for the erection of a new quadrangle for the graduate school.
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