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The Wisconsin alumni magazine
Volume 1, Number 3 (Dec. 1899)

News from the alumni,   pp. 127-138 ff.


Page 134


Wisconsin Alumni Magazine.
tate with offices in the First National
Bank building, Chicago.
               '90.
  Dr. Myron E. Baker is professor
of English at Willamette Univer-
sity, Salem, Ore. He will deliver
six lectures this winter on "Repre-
sentative Englishmen."
  E. E. Browne is district attorney
of Waupaca County, Wis., elected
in 1898.
  George H. Funk, '90 1, was elected
prosecuting attorney of Thurston
county, Washington, in 1898.
  S. T. Lewis, ('90), is practicing
medicine, with an office at 603 Grand
Avenue, Milwaukee.
  H. H. Moe is the owner and
operator of the Woodford ware-
house, Woodford, Wis.
  A. J. Olsen, now A. J. Myrland, is
district attorney of Burnett county,
Wis., located at Grantsburg.
  Ben C. Parkinson, '90, and Mabel
McCoy, '96, were married at Lan-
caster, Wis., November 29. Fay
Parkinson, '97, was maid of honor,
and Henry G. Parkinson, '90, was
best man. They will live at Hard-
wood, Mich., where Mr. Parkinson
represents the Parkinson   Cedar
Company.
  Gilbert Ernstein Roe, '90 1, was
married November 12 at New York
to Gwyneth D. King, of Chicago.
Mr. Roe will locate in New York
after the first of January.
  D. Edward Webster is electrical
engineer and salesman with the
Westinghouse   Company, Boston,
Mass.
  Gottlieb Wehrle is   practicing
medicine at El Paso, Texas.
               '91.
  Fred M. Hanchett, ('91), has been
obliged to go south for the winter on
account of much impaired health.
  Lieut. S. D. Huntington is now in
the Philippines. After being em-
ployed as instructor in French and
German at the University of Cali-
fornia, he studied medicine and later
joined the regular army in the Phil-
ippines as military surgeon.
  A. M. McCoy is with the McCoy
Lumber Company, Hoquiam, Wash-
ington.
  Laura L. Miller has been pro-
fessor of Latin and English in the
Montana State Normal School since
1897.
  Dr. Geo. W. Morehouse is con-
nected with the Lakeside Hospital
at Cleveland, Ohio.
  George G. Thorp is chief engineer
of the Colorado Fuel and Iron Com-
pany and assistant general superin-
tendent of the Illinois Steel Com-
pany, at Joliet, Ill.
               '92.
  Dr. 0. G. Libby, Ph. D., '95, de-
livered a public address Nov. 18 at
Chicago on "The migration of birds,"
by invitation of the Illinois Audu-
bon Society.
  Samuel A. Piper was married to
Louise Shoults at Madison, Novem-
ber 22. Mr. Piper is a member of
the firm of Piper Bros., grocers, at
Madison.
  Hubert E. Rogers writes from his
law office in New York City: "The
University seems to be growing
athletes. Every one is praising the
splendid work of the football eleven
at the game with Yale. Already
eastern college men are becoming
interested in the University of Wis-
consin.  Many Yale men      have
spoken to me in the highest terms of
the sportsman-like bearing of our
fellows.  Think  this MAGAZINE
scheme a good one."
  Carrie B. Stevens, now Mrs. M. V.
Dewire, is living at Sharon, Wis.
  Albert M. Ten Eyck is assistant
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