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Day
19
Month
June
Year
1891
Copyright
Public Domain
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William Carroll has rosigned his position on the fire department and has gone to Colorado for his health. He was a valuable man to the department and his resignation is regretted. May he return in full health. The annual high school alumni banquet wjll be held in high school hall, this evening. The Chequamegons wffl furnish" the music and Prof. J. C. Jvnowlton will act as toastmaster. William Leucht lost a tlunnb and three fingerg in the Michigan Furniture factory, yesterday. Morgan Williams has heen appointed a full-pay man on the fire department, vice Frank Campion, resigned. Union Council. Xo. 11, E. and S. M., of Tpsilanti. had a banquet, Wednesday evening, attended by a large mimber of the Ann Arbor masons. The banquet and the responses to the toasts were much above the average. At the meeting of the Geological Society of the Fniversity, Friday, June 12, the folowimg were elected officers for the first semester of the year 91 and '92: President, Eli R. Sutton; vice-presidemt, Miss E. C. Ladd; sec'ytreas., Stuart H. Perry; executive committee, C. C. Starr Miss Patterson, George D. Sones. A little debate occurred during the eouncil meeting over appropriating "SI 35 for recarpeting and refitting the eouncil chamber. Aid. Mann thought that under cirenmsances thera was no need of such expense. He said the conncil room had been good enough for their predecessors and he thought t was good enough for them. Aid. Wines thought it would not be profitâ– vble to take the old earpet up to clean the coimcil room and to replace it. He thought it could liardly be done. The appropriation was for calsomining, recarpeting, matting, revarnishing, etc. The resolution was adopted, Aid Mann alone voting no. i