Secretary Wade has marked out considerable work for himself this summer at the University, although the repairs will not be so exteusive as last year. A uew tin roof will be placed on the museum. Ten thousand f eet of new flooring will be placed in the upper halls of the rnain building. The ceiling of (L'rof. Spaulding's room will be raised. Room 24 will be thoroughly overhauled as will room G. About SI, 000 wortb of work will be put upon the two hospitals, the better to acconimodate the patients. The new Chemical vault will be built. About 150 rods of new tar walk eight feet in widtb will be built this summer while the walk f'om the museum to the main building will be raised and enlarged. The new walks will be from the museum east to the inathanical laboratory and irom the medical building to the dental building. The other walks will also be repaired. There are many other minor repairs in contemplation.