of the different plans and the following estimate was submitted:-
"Mr. Richard C. Stoll,
In compliance with your request I am sending you total
estimates for sewer the campus from 14echanical Hall to
Winslow Street. Also estimates for the proposed connections
with the proposed Upper Street sewer.
The estimates are as follows:-
From Mechanical Hall to Winslow Street, including an
inverted syphon under the College pond which will connect all
buildings on the campus except the Agricultural Building, will
cost approximately $4000.00.
E'atimated cost of connecting all buildings on the cam
pus excepting the Gymnasium and the Educational Buildings
to the proposed Upper Street sewer and connecting the above
named buildings to the W4inslow Street sewer, including the
Universitys, cost for street sewer approximately $1900.00.
I, therefore, recoratend that we connect with the pro-
posed Upper Street sewer when that sewer is completed.
I trust that this will be satisfactory, *but if any
further information is desired, feel perfectly free to cam-
ii. C. Terrell.-"
Mr. Stoll recommended tat the Zxecutive Committee
authorize this Committee to act.
Upon motion made, seconded and unanimously carried, the
Committee heretofore appointed consisting of President Barker, Mr.
h. C. Stoll and Mr. h9C. ' errell on bshalf of the Unive~rity was
authorised to have mifanay mnner (
which islthe best and most economical. T7he Committee is given full
power to act as for the University.
Judge, Lafferty then read the following recommendations
from the Counl 4 -
" That the Associate Professors of the University be
made membere of the Faculty:
Also that an Assistant Professor be employed in the Col-
lege of in es and Metallurgy: