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Loeb, Max (ed.) / The Wisconsin alumni magazine
Volume 7, Number 3 (Dec. 1905)

News of the alumni,   pp. 101-112


Page 101


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Mrs. ý Bryant, widow of the' late
General Edwin E. Bryant, formerly
dean, of the college of law, died on
November 21 at her home in. San
Diego, California. At the age of 68,
the same as that of her husband when
he passed away, she follows him to
the grave, in the short space of tw6'
years and three months, General Bry-
ant having died ýAugust I1, 19o3.
Mrs. Bryant wa's the mother of six'
children, four 'of whom are living,
Mrs. W. R. Doolittle -of Avon Park,
Florida; Mrs. J. A. M. Richey of
San Diego, Cal.; Mrs. Norwood Os'
borne of Newark, N. J., and Dr. Wil-
liam V. Bryant of Milwaukee. The
burial was held at Madison, Rev. Mr.
Richey, a son-in-law, officiating.
                5'6.
  Hayden    K. Smith's logical and
clear-cut editorials in the Chicago
Chronicle have delighted the readers
of that sheet since 185:. His literary
career has been marked by a. tireless
energy and a steady development in
the excellence of his work. At the.
close of the civil war, Mr. Smith as-
sumed, his duties as editor-in-chief
of the Milwaukee Sentinel, which
position he held until .i87i. In 1888
he became editorial writer on the old
Chicago Times, 'continuing with the
Herald until 1&85, when he accepted
his present'positiot, with the Chrion-
'icle. While with the Chicago Times
he lectured on political economy at
the University of Chicago. In 1859
, he was teacher in the preparatory de-
partment of Carroll College. Just
previous to this he was with the Wis-
consin. State Journal, doing legisla-
tive reporting. Iný i862 he became
war correspondent,
following  the
contending armies for two years.
                '59.
  Leonard S. Clark has been practic-
ing law at San Francisco, Cal, con-
tinuously since i86o.
                '6O.
  George W., Bird is associated in
the practice of law with Stephen W.
Gilman, '99, at Madison. Mr. Bird
has been arguing cases before the bar
since 1862 and is still active in the
practice of his profession.
  Milan W. Serl is light and water.
commissioner -of Lebanon, Mo. H6
has been mayor of Lebanon for, two
terms and has been president of the'
city board of education for iO years'.
.'62.
  Isaac N, Stewart has been editorial
,txT-ri1-d,.  AI~ AT;~ MI %xy ai i   Tnrurnal1
during the last ii years. Previous
to his editorial work he was occupied
by educational-work, being city and
county superintendent, institute con-
ductor, principal of high school and
president of the state Teachers' as-
sociaflon. In 1884 he was a candi-
date, -for, state superintendent of
public instruction.
                "66.
 * Frederick Scheiber is practicing
 law under the firm name of Scheiber
 & Orth fat Milwaukee.
                 70.
  Clark A: Smith is serving his first
term as justice of the supreme court
of Kansas. His term   will expire in
1909.  His address is' Topeka, Kas.
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