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September 19, 1933 - Image 13

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The Michigan Daily, 1933-09-19

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. 9, 193 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PA.
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Artists Sketch Of Hutchins Hall And Law Quadrangle

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style embodying something of the
features of the Gothic and of the
Renaissance periods. The dining hall,
which is essentially Gothic, resembles
closely the chapel at Eton college
and the one at King's college. Cam-
bridge. It measures about one hun-
dred and forty feet in length with a
hammer-beam ceiling fifty feet
above a floor of Missouri and Ten-
nessee marble. This ceiling is carved
from old oak ship timbers and at
either end of each of the nine main
trusses which support the beams is
a carved figure, many of them the
heads of eminent jurists such as
Coke, Blackstone, Marshall, and
Cooley.
A dark oak paneled wainscoating
surmounted by typical Renaissance
carving encircles the hall and ex-
tends to a height of about ten feet.
Above the wainscoting the walls are
of Indiana limestone blocks of vary-
ing sizes. The room is abundantly
lighted by Gothic windows with plain
English Gothic tracery.
The lounge is distinctly Renais-
sance in style with its vaulted ceil-
ing of white plaster bearing a simple
design in flat relief and a wains-
coting similar to that in the com-
mons. Exclusive of the large circular
bay windows at the north end, the
room measures eighty-four feet in

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ge quad- NOTE-City bus coming along Church St.-to Hill-to Cambridge-
le homes to Washtenaw-down N. University-stops at our door every 20
students, minutes. Phones 7418 - 5189
uv library _ _

We are offering new Corona, Royal, Underwood and Remington standard four-row key-
board portable typewriters of the models which sold about two years ago at $60.00 and
$65.00 for $45.00 cash. Also Corona Special, three-row keyboard, former price $50.00

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Drug Store
340 South State St.
FOR DRUGS AND
DRUG SUNDRIES
FOUNTAIN PENS
$1.00 and Up
ALARM CLOCKS
98c and Up
MICHIGAN
STATIONERY
TOILET ARTICLES
TOWELS AND
WASHCLOTHS
LAUNDRY BAG
CARRIERS
$1.00 $1.25 $2.50
PIPES
AND SMOKERS
ARTICLES
FOUNTAIN
SERVICE
LIGHT LUNCHES

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