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The Wisconsin alumni magazine
Volume 3, Number 2 (Nov. 1901)

News from the alumni,   pp. 76-84


Page 76


-Wisconsin Alumni Magazine.
next year. Of the 1905 men who
were expected to win points, a num-
ber did not compete on account of
their work in football, and one oý
two, notably Koch in the sprints
and broad jump,were obviously 'way
below their usual form.
  Class football has awakened a
good deal of interest this year, and
the first of a series of games was
played October 26th betweeii the
mechanical and electrical engineers.
The latter won by a score of 16-12, a
sensational run by Ware, forty-five
seconds before the end of the game,
giving the electricals the game.
Ware, playing fullback, punted from
the 25-yard line, got down, secured
the ball, ran 60 yards for a touch-
down and kicked the goal.
  There is a considerable decline in
interest in the fall rowing practice
this year, but there seems to be some
good material in the new class, and
it is to be hoped that a much larger
number of men will become candi-
dates when the annual call is made
in January.   GEORGE F. DOWNER.
NEWS FROM THE ALUMNL
DEGREES GRANTED AT THE SUMMER
             SESSION.
  The following is a list of those to
whom degrees were granted at the
close of the summer session of 1901.
Under present arrangements, regu-
lar four year courses may be com-
pleted in three years by attending
three summer sessions in addition
to the regular University work, and
a number of those included in this
list have taken such a course.
  Clarence Edward Noble Macart-
  ney -Bachelor of Arts.
  William Arthur Walker--Bach-
  elor of Letters, modern classical
  course.
  Edward Olaf Holty - Bachelor of
  Letters, civic historical course.
  William Francis Lea - Bachelor
  of Letters, civic historical course.
  Evan Laforrest Read -Bachelor
  of Letters, political science group.
  Carl Matthew Ranseen - Bachelor
  of Science, general science course.
  Flora Gapen,-Bachelor of Science,
  general science course.
Frederick Luther Hook - Bachel-
or of Science, general science course.
  James William Mutch - Bachelor
of Science, general science course.
  Frederick William Schule-Bach-
elor of Science, general science
course.
  Charles W. Gorr - Bachelor of
Science in pharmacy.
  Elizabeth Parkinson --Bachelor
of Philosophy in pedagogy.
  Myron Marshall Fowler - Bach-
elor -of Science in electrical engi-
neering.
       PERSONAL NOTES.
  Items of personal news may be
  sent to Florence N. Baker, 135 W.
  Gilman st., Madison, Wis.
  Mrs. J. E. Davies, widow of the late
  Prof. J. E. Davies, died at Stoughton
  Sunday evening, October 13th. Mrs.
  Davies had long been in poor health
  and left Madison in July last to live
  with her mother, Mrs. W. G. Parger-
  ter, at Stoughton. She leaves : one
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