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Meeting Of The Regents

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The Regents did not adjourn from executive session until late Friday night. They decided to lócate the Gym on the campus, and the committee on buildings and grounds was instructed to employ an architect to prepare plans. Work will be commenced as soon as the plans are ready: It is hoped to have the building ready for use next fall. The appropriation for the libraries was divided as follows: For 1891, general library, n5, 000; medici ,$i,000; law, $1,500; for 1892, general, $5,000; medical, $1,500; law, $1,000. Work will be commenced on the additions to the law and dental buildings as soon as they are vacated by the students. The following appointments were made: G. F. Novy, instructor in bacteriology, $1,600; J. M. Smoots, machinist at the mechanical laboratory. increase from $800 to $1,000; Alexander Ziwet, assistant professor of mathematics, $1,600; G. W. Patterson, assistant professor of physics, $1,600; Mr. Rowe, assistant in physics, $600: Chas. W. Belser, assistant professor of oriental languages, $1,600. The following work will be done duriJSg the summer: Purchase and setting up of two new boilers in the east boiler house, taking steam to and heating the new dental building, enlarging the steam pipes leading to the law building and heating and ventilating the building; fitting up the present hospital building for the use of the dental department at an expense of $3,000; making numerous changes in the building to accommodate various classes and fessors in the different departments. A new dèpartment is about to be established. The board authorized the medical faculty to devise a plan for a training school of nurses and report to the next meeting when, if it becomes feasible, it will be included in the University curriculum.