Crawford, Robert S. (ed.) / The Wisconsin alumni magazine
Volume 20, Number 4 (Feb. 1919)
Campus notes, pp. 109-111
CAMPUS NOTES10 Rubber Co., Cudahy, is residing? at CO24 28th St., Milwaukee. 1919 Eugene Kornreich (ex) is with the Naval Auxiliary Reserve, New York City. four-year course f or A training secretaries will be given by the School of - Commerce the coming Sleads to a.. year. The course, which -',/-/':leads to a B. A. degree, will be com- posed of a grouping cf special sub- jects. Applicants are required to * have two years of university work. The Department of Agriculture re- ceived a letter from Prof. Carl Rus- sell Fish telling of the interest of England in its agricultural work. Professor Fish will continue his work at the University Union in London as long as there are American troops abroad. lHe was gTanted a leave-of absence from the history department. Prof. P. L.: Paxon of the History'- Department will return to the Uni- versity in time for the summer ses- sion. The course in journalism has an enrollment of 83 students, 7.4 of whom are women. Dean D. H. Otis of the College of Agriculture has left for France to take charge of farm specialists, under auspices of the Y. M. C. A., who are to assist French farmers to rebuild de- vastated lands. The re-education of crippled sold- iers, to be undertaken by Wisconsin in cooperation with the Federal Board of Vocational Education, has been ap- 1920 Milton Heisman is with the A. E. F., Ordnance Detachment, A. P. 0., 741.-Lt. Ray Edler (ex) has.been returned from overseas where he served in the Air Service. proved by the Regents, and plans are now being considered to carry on the work. The Liberty Badger edit ors are planning a war section which is to be a special feature of this year's book. The Pythia Literary Society is suppDorting a movement- to- affiliate the literary societies of the leading co-ed- ucaltional universities and womnen's colleges in. the United States into a federation which will standardize American literature, and create an in- terest in American authors and their ,Writings. The College of Ag'iulture has39 women graduates who are bacteriolo- ýgical and hospital I aids in: various. kinds of public health work in the United States. course in "The Problems :of Peace," consisting' of semi-weekly lectures by-prominent speakers from outside, and by professors who have. made particular studies of- the prob- lems, will be given the next two quart- ers at Wisconsin as a continuation of the war course which was offered last year and -during two summer sessions. Appreciation of the work done for the chemical warfare service of the Army by the University is expressed in the following letter just received by President E. A. Birge from Major 109'
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