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THE MICHIGAN

DAILY

.SATtRDAY", MARCH 16, 1929,

PROF, WILLARD TELLS
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IOfficials Confer To Decide University
Pa.ymnent For Cit y S ew~ge Care Plani.

U1U I 111 II I1 1 1 H U H l University-officials conferred with,
engineers and council members of
A discovery which will probably' the city Wednesday evening, in an
greatly change 'the chromium plat-I effort to obtain an estimate on
ing industry was explained in two' the amount that the state will be
papers by Prof. Hobart H. Willard,1 called upon to pay in behalf of,
of the chemistry department, and the University as its share in the
Richard Schneiderwind, of the en- cost of the sewage disposal plant,
gineringschol a a eetig o deemed a necessity for Ann Arbor.
the Michigan section of the Amer - SilySihertr;Rgn
f ean Electrochemical society, held IrlySih ertr;Rgn
reenptly in Detroit. Professor Wzi- Junius E. Beal, and E. C. Pardon,
lard spoke on "The Gravimetric superintendent of buildings and
;Determination of Sulphate in a grounds, represented the Univer-
Chromic-Acid Chromium Plating sity at the meeting.
Solution" and Schneiderwind on Engineers, submitting estimates
"The Use of the Sulphur Photo- and suggestions on the project,
meter for the Rapid Determina-i estimated the University's share at
tion of Sulphate in Chromium Plat- "roughly one third of the total cost,
ing Solutions." whch however, will not be deter-
Fmined until the city decides what
Subscribe to The Michigan Daily,l plans will be adopted.
$2.25 for the half year. Under one plan, recommended

by one of, the,. two eangineeringA
firms which seek the contract
for the plant construction, the
disposal plant would be located
across the river. back of they ttini-
versity hospital, about 1,600 feet
distant from the building. With,
proper construction, one of the
engineers said, the plant wpul1
cause no odors which would cause,~
trouble at the hospital, even if, in-
I the course of years further hos-E
I pital ' buildings ape constructed.
nearer the river in the future. The.
opposing firm recommended the;
use of a, site 20,000 feet far ther
down. the river from the. so7-called
l'pe site" near the hospital.
The University has urged that
the state's share in. the. plant cost.
be' determined, a s son, as possibl
Iso. that a request for funds may
be sent. to the state legislature in,
time to permit an early appropria.
lion of funds by-'the legislature.

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