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The Wisconsin alumni magazine
Volume 4, Number 8 (May 1903)

News from the alumni,   pp. 309-313


Page 309


New, From the Alumni.
          P1 PHI, HOUSE.            contribute $100 to the Y. K. C. A.
   The chapter of Pi Beta Phi has  building fund, and declare a dlvi-
 just purchased a home of its own, dend of 9 per cent. to stock hold-
 the old Delaplaine residence. The ers.
 house, which is prettily located
                                        PASSED BAR EXAMINATION.
-at U hbed at 233 La~d s. -eet,
will be remodeled and resldy for     Cloyton   E. Well, Fred     W.
occupancy next fall.               Zabler, Louis Plummer, Nicholas
                                   Rotering and Jas. H. McNeel, stuo
           THE "CO-OP."            dents bf the law school, success-
  The "co-op" is in such a healthy fully passed the state bar exam-
  condition that it will be able to ination held at Milwaukee.
NEWS FROM THE ALUMNI.
      PERSONAL NOTES.
  All secretaries of classes or of
Wisconsin Alumni Associations or
Clubs are requested to send their
addresses or items of interest to
Alumni to Florence E. Baker, 135
W. Gilman St., Madison, Wis.
               '69.
  Ormamus Cole, hon., '69, chief
justice of the Wisconsin supreme
court from   1880 to 1892, died
-YIGr '  ULLL .A.J I -a Uf- X _   1  _  U =
buried May 7th at Madison.
               '71.
  Charles Noble Gregory, dean:of
the Iowa University. law  school,
has been invited to read a paper
before the International Law as-
sociation at its next meeting,
which is' to be held at Antwerp
during September. Mr. Gregory
will sail during the latter part of
June, and will return about the
first of October.  Mr. Gregory's
topic is Jurisdiction over Foreign
Vessels in Territorial Waters. The
subject is one of interest, and the
great influence of the American
courts in  forming the modern
rule makes it an appropriate one
for a lawyer of this country.
  J. L. Cole is president of the
Statute Law Book Co., of Wash-
ington, D. C.
               '75.
  John Bottensek, law,,'75; of Ap-
pleton, Wis., was an unsuccessful.
candidate for judge of the tenth
judicial circuit at the late April
election,.
  u.ua.ne iviLowry, law, "70, or Mi!
)vaukee, has an article in the
Green Bag, Boston, for'February.
on Abraham    Lincoln. The arti-
cle is an appreciation, and also a
criticism of some views of the
martyred president, published by
Professor Goldwin Smith.
               '82.
  A. M. Sawin, of New York city,
was the guest recently    of his
cousin, President C. R. Van Hise.
Mr. Sawin until recently held a
position at the Syracuse univer.
sity but is now identified with a
leading commercial firm of the
metropolis.
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