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Lochner, Louis P. (ed.) / Wisconsin alumni magazine
Volume 12, Number 2 (Nov. 1910)

University legislation,   p. [81]


Page [81]


REGENTS
  The regents in their October meeting
authorized President Van Hise to nomi-
nate an athletic manager to begin work
at once. Provision was also made for an
additional assistant professor of physical
training. George C. Dacy, '10, was ap-
pointed assistant in physical training for
the short course students in agriculture.
  The executive committee was author-
ized to purchase the property of John M.
Olin, one of the most valuable plots in
the city, which lies between the homes of
Dean E. R. Birge and President Van
Hise. The university   plans to   erect
women's dormitories on the sites of the
Olin property and the president's resi-
dence.
  The regents granted degrees to the
following graduates: Bachelor of laws-
James H. Brown, Victory; Verne R. Ed-
wards, Bloomington; Franklin E. Jens-
wold, Baraboo; Albert M. Kelley, Mil-
waukee; Albert G. Michaelson, Mount
Horeb; John D. Miller, Lynden Station;
James R. Murphy, Chippewa Falls; Mil-
ton Orchard, Muscoda; Wildon F. Whit-
ney, Whitewater; bachelor of science in
agriculture--T. J. Dunnewald and Oliver
M. Osborne, Madison; Edwin E. Burke,
Waukesha; master of philosophy--E. B.
G owin, Beloit; bacheldr of arts-Frieda
Fligeman, Helena, Mont.; Hazel "C. Hil-
debrand, Rhinelander; Mary W. Hop-
kins, Pueblo, Col.; Earl Pryor, La Crosse,
and George L. Watson, Fond du Lac.
  Prof. Scott S. Goodnight of the Ger-
nman department was made assistant di-
rector of the summer session.
  R. W. Owens and J. G. Wales were
promoted from assistants in English to
instructors; J. D. Diehl was promoted
from assistant in German to instructor
in German.
  The   following assistants were  ap-
pointed: Prince C. Hopkins, physics; Ida
P. Johnson, "German; Ida M. Street, Eng-
lish; Frederick Ernst and Maude Park-
inson, romance languages; Jessie    G.
Schindler and Carl N. Hill, public speak-
ing; Freda M. Bachman and Floyd D.
Bailey, plant pathology; Vermillion Arm-
strong, bacteriology; Alice M. Sinclair,
William N. Steil and E. T. Bartholomew,
botany; Herbert Wing, Jr., ancient his-
tory.
  E. L. Morgan was appointed scholar
in agricultural economics.
S~tudenasitass      wereappointed--as-
follows: G. R. Sexton, commerce; C. F.
Schwenker, commerce; Chauncey Hyatt,
E. D. Harnden, Fred S. H. Smith and
P. C. Kolinsky, physical training.
  The following appointments for the
winter dairy -course were made: Walter
Bernstein, Penllyn, Pa., assistant in milk
testing; Axel Bruhn, Madison, and F. P.
Schwingel, Madison, assistants in cheese
making; Olaf Larson, Fennimore, assist-
ant in creamery.
  Harry L. Post, Sextonville, and B. E.
Bragg, Wadsworth, 0., were appointed
assistants in farm dairying for the short
course in agriculture.


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