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The Regents Meet

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The regular monthly meetgin of the board of regents was held Wed nesday. Regents Barbour, Cocker, Kiefer, Fletcher, Cook and Butterfield vvere present. A communication from the literary faculty recommending that the nuraber of hours for all degrees be fixed at 120 and the maximum per week to be 16, not however to affect students of '93-94 working for a B. S. or B. L. degree, was read and confirmed. The title of Prof. John H. Roife, professor of classical philology, was changed to professor of Latin. The bid of Hutzel & Co., to fix up a bath room etc, in the Waterman gymnasium for $1,497, was accepted and work ordered done. Supt. Reeve was directed to prepare plans and specifications for the extensive repairs of the museum and the building committee was authorized to receive bids and report at the next meeting. The basement ot the Waterman gymnasium was ordered ceiled. Regent Kiefer, chairman of the medical committee reported adversely on the request of the homeopathie college building, as the committee considered the same useless. He also asked for more time to consider the list of instruments to be purchased with the appropriation of $500 made for the homeopathie department. The list had only come into his hands the day before, and he found that some of the instruments were duplicated. The resignation of Dr. Louermann assistant in opthomology was announced and Dr. M. G. Rice was appointed to the vacancy. Prof. Reighard was granted permission to take some instruments and books with hitn while engaged in work with the State fish sioners, to be without expense and to be returned in good condition. The afternoon session was executive and devoted to the consideration of the plans for a general heating and lighting plant on the campus. This with the report on the three years' law course and the annual budget was laid over to the special meeting to be held June ir. Assistant instructor J. C. Reed was promoted to assistant professor of physics; salary, $1,600.


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