Yesterday a new settle of panelled oak was placed near the middle of the south wall of the Living Room of the Union. The settle is composed of two high-backed benches extending at right angles from the wall and facing each other. It was provided for partly by a gift of H. P. Arnold '52 and partly be the income of the fund given to the Union by the class of '78.
New Oak Settle in Union
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