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Barton, Albert (ed.) / The Wisconsin alumni magazine
Volume 5, Number 1 (Oct. 1903)

In faculty circles,   pp. 18-21


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Wi8consin Alumni =Magazine.
  Amelia. Josephine Slinde, '03,
teacher of German, Arcadia.
  Maud Smith, '03, teacher of sci-
ence and mathematics, Lodi.
  :H. C. Stair, '03, principal, Stan-
ley.
  0. L. Stinson, '03, principal of
school, Arkansaw.
  Anna Storm, '03, teacher of Eng-
lish, Fennimore.
  Mae Pearl Telford, '03, teacher
in the grades, Cherokee, Ia.
  Abble C. Terry,.'03, teacher of
English, Grand Rapids.
  S. W. H. Thomas, '03, principal,
Lodi.
  Minna E. Weber, '03, teacher of
German and Latin, Cumberland.
  Josephine A. Wells, '03, teacher
of Latin and history, Ashland.
  Georgiana Mary Whitcomb, '03,
teacher, Brodhead.
  Norma C. Wood, '03, teacher of
German and Latin, South Mil-
waukee.
  Mignon   Wright, '03, teacher,
third and fourth   grades, Iron
Mountain, Mich.
  Roland Zinns, '03, teacher of
mathematics, Beloit.
  B. W. Bridgm~n, '04, principal,
Phillips.
  C. A. Olsen, '04, teacher, Wau-
sau.
IN FACULTY CIRCLES.
  President and Mrs. Charles R.
Van   Hise and   daughter, Miss
Janet, spent the summer in Eu-
rope, traveling extensively in the
British isles and on the continent.
Dr. Van Hise is one -of the ad-
visory trustees of the Carnegie in-
stitution at Washington, and while
abroad he and his family spent
several days as the guests of Mr.
Carnegie at Skibo castle, Scotland.
Dr. Van Hise also attended the
session of the international geo.
logical congress at Vienna in Au-
gust.
  At the September meeting of
the board of university regents
Edwin S. Mack, of Milwaukee, a
Harvard   graduate, was elected
professor of practice and pleading
to succeed the late Gen. E. E. Bry-
ant. Judge E. Ray Stevens, '95,
of Madison, was chosen lecturer
in code law. Miss Jessie M. Meyer,
of Lancaster, '79, was euected pre-
ceptress of Chadbourne hall to
fill the vacancy caused by Miss
Abby   S. Mayhew's resignation.
The plans of the chemistry build-
ing were brought to the attention
of the regents but referred back
to the committee. The revised
plans will be presented to the
regents at their next meeting. The
resignation  of  Dr.  John   W.
Stearns, director of the school of
education, was adopted. It will
take effect January 1.   Expres-
sions of condolence at the death
of Dean Bryant of the law school
were adopted.                °
  Prof. W. A. Scott and Archi-
tect A. C. Clas, of Milwaukee, have
been to St. Louis to award con-
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