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October 13, 1892 - Image 1

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Von.. III.-No. 11.



T T' T r of the faculty. A long felt want has BOARD OF REGENTS.
TH NW A BL .,been supplied in the main lecture
room, namely-proper ventilation. Salaries of Full Professors Raised-
A Model of Taste and Con- Indeed, the architect seems to have Recommendations fo Degrees-
venience. been scrupulously solicitious about
providing plenty of light and air The Board of Regents held two
The Lower Room the Most Unique throughout the entire building. very important business sessions yes-
Recitation Room on the Campus- Professor Knowlton will use room terday. The salaries of the full ---
-Many Conveniences and Im-
provements Have Been intro- nine, on this floor, as his recitation professors in the literary department
Ouced.-A Complete and Graphic Iwr a
ocono tetrutur croom. In room twelve, Mr. John- wreah raised by amounts vary-
Description of the Structure., on.i oiotvieM on ie.ccsssss ~-noiu r-
son siit give text-bisok anti codeu ing froms $3oo tin $ us r its ari ac-
Tehe Dean, in his opening address pleading instruction, etc., and room cording to length of service. 'ro-
to the students of the law depart- ten will be specially reserved for the fessor Reighard was raised to rank
mient, truly said that the cloak of non-resident members of the faculty. and pay of full professor. $oo was
honor fell upon their shoulders as The other rooms on this foor will appropriated for library expenditures
marking the beginning of a new era utilized indiscriminately by the pro- in binding and repairing books. The
in the history of the law department- fessors in their different departments library will now be without addi- ot,
This epoch began with the opening of work. tional funds until the appropriation Ass, As
of the new law building on the 3rd Though the upper floors of a for 5893 is made.

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of October. The transition of the
old into the new will enable the de-
partment to continue. and perhaps
increase its already unprecedented
popularity, with the enlarged and
improved facilities at its disposal.
The ascent of a few steps leads to
the lobby of the main floor. To the
right, near the entrance, access is
had to the library; to the left are the

building are generally reserved forE
less important purposes, an excep-
tion to the rule is made here in the
law building. The third floor con-
tairs the moot court,club court, and
quiz rooms. Here the practical side
of a lawyer is developed, and the
facilities have been made to con-
form as near to nature as possible.
The sombre court rooms are any-

P. P. Trowbridge has resigned his fl *.*F*1*I L " UU
position as assistant in the chemical 101,1 83-185tisi is s . Ac
laboratory, and accepted a posi- DETROIT, - - MICHIGAN.
tion in the Michigan State Nor- p. J. KINNUCAN
mal School. Prof. Prescott recom-
mended David L. Davoil for Mr.
Trowbridge's place. MERCHANT
A resolution was adopted that

offices of the Dean, while interven- thing but what Dickens would have
ing, on the east side of the build- paited as typical Amerirar placen
ing, are rooms three, four, and five. of jurisdicature. The most unique
If there is any perceptible difference room on the campus is to be found
that this change has brought about, in the tower, which is accessible by
it certainly is to be found in the a small stairway from the third floor.
library, and will, no doubt, be daily From here, it is said, one of the
appreciated by the students. The best views of Ann Arbor can be had.
library has been enlarged almost A beautiful panorama of rolling
twice its former size, and more tables country unfolds itself, and the man-
added. Nothi-g has been left uno-ufacturies of the town can be pointed
done that may conduce to the com- out with ease.

fort of the student. The most
modern heating appliances have
been introduced, and proper means
of ventilation and lighting provided,
so that the library bids fair to oe
well patronized during the conisig
winter. Professor Knowlton occu-
pies two very cheerful offices front-
ing on the north and west sides.
Room three, adjoining the library,
is occupied by Professor Thompson,
while room four will constitute the
lecture room of the post graduates.
Room five is reserved for Professor
Abbott's successor, who, by the
way, has not yet been determined
A broad, winding stairway con-
ducts one up to the floors above. On
the second floor the main lecture
room is located, as are also the reci-
tation and section quiz rooms and

To an observer who is unac-
quainted with the premises, the in-
terior is a true ideal of a law school,
and the faculty and students can be
congratulated on "'he Re-con-
structed Law Building.''
Presidlent Angell's report to the
Regents shows the number of stu-
dents at the U. of M. has more than
doubled since 1884.
The Illinois Republicans met last
night in the law quiz room and made
arrangements for a permanent or-
ganization. Committees were ap-
pointed to draft a constitution, and
solicit members in the different de-
partments. Plans for going home
to vote were discussed and are under
consideration. An ajourned meet-
ing will be held in the law lecture

members of the present senior lit-
erary class who are within thirty
hours' work of graduation, will be
permitted to finish partly by the
university system, electing a major
study which shall be regarded as
equivalent to one-half of their re-
maining number of hours, and elect-
ing the other half according to the
credit system.
The following special recommen-
dations for degrees were announced:
James N. Hatch, B. S. (C. E.);
Robert Hall, Ph. B.; L. E. Burgess
and W. J. St. John for degree of
Ph. C.; A. F. Merchant, F. W. Pul-
lan, ''. P. McClure, and L. E.
Krotz for degree of Bachelor of
The appointment of five quizmas-
ters, salary $soo, was recommended.
Floyd R. Mecham, of Detroit,
elected Tappan Professor of Law, in
place of Professor Abbott, resigned.
Clarissa Bigelow was appointed as-
sistant in practical anatomy, in place
of Henrietta Carr, who resigned be-
cause of ill health. Recommended
that John W. Durkee be appointed1
as assistant in hygienic laboratory.
W. L. Blair was appointed assistant
in electrical therapeutics. The den-
tal department was voted ten addi-
tional chairs.
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