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The Wisconsin alumni magazine
Volume 2, Number 9 (June 1901)

News from the alumni,   pp. 389-397


Page 392


Wisconsin Alumni Magazine.
judges on the Eau Claire-Superior
high school joint debate.
               '93
  Rev. H. H. Jacobs was formally
installed as pastor of Hanover street
Congregational church, Milwaukee,
on Monday evening, May 21st.
  H. W. Morris, ('93), is secretary
and engineer of the Milwaukee Elec-
tric Co. with offices at 286 Reed st.,
Milwaukee.
  Mr. Nissen P. Stenjem, '93 1, has
returned to Cape Nome to resume his
law  practice and  look  after his
mining interests.
                '94
  Mary S. Foster and Agnes Merrill,
'02, were the delegates from Wiscon-
sin to the national Delta Gamma
convention at Lincoln, Neb.   The
next annual convention will be held
at Madison.
  Martin L. Lueck, '94 1, was the
Memorial Day orator at Mayville,
Wis.
  Willis V. Silverthorn, '94 I, is one
of the members of the recently in-
corporated Mosinee Imes Publishing
Co., of Mosinee, Wis.
                '95
  See notice of class reunion, page
372.
  Farlin H. Ball has recently formed
a partnership for the practice of law
with Mr. Todd Lunsford under the
firm style of Ball & Lunsford. Their
offices are in suite 1109, Title and
Trust Building, Chicago.
  Ernest L. Hicks is now practicing
medicine at 2014 Fifth avenue, New
York City.
  Alexander G. Hough, Ć½rincipal of
the Port Washington high school,
has been appointed one of the state
institute conductors.
  Frank L. Nash, '95 p, is now at
Minneapolis.
                '96
  See article on class reunion, page
373.
  Dr. Ralph Daniells will spend the
summer as physician to the Huron
Mountain club, an organization of
Chicagoans with a resort near Mar-
quette, Mich.
  Dr. Reginald H. Jackson, ('96),
who has been an interne in the New
York   Presbyterian  Hospital, has
been made house surgeon of that in-
stitution. This is the first time that
a western man has won this honor.
  Dr. Frederick H. Martin, ('96), of
Edgerton, and Miss Eva C. Triggs of
Chicago will be married at Chicago
June 5th.
  At Madison, Wis., the license has
been taken out for the marriage of
Benjamin J. Ochsner of Chicago and
Marie Malec, '00, of Madison.
  Leonard G. Van Ness, who has
been in charge of the electric light
station at Madison for some time, is
now in charge of the station at Kan-
sas City.
  Charles H. Williams, who for sev,
eral years has been chief engineer at
the Madison electric station, is now
in charge of the station.
  0. B. Zimmerman has been giving
several talks during April and May
to various schools in Madison on bird
study.
                '97
  Onward Bates, '97 h, has resigned
his position as engineer and super-
intendent of bridges and buildings on
the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul
Railway, and has opened an office in
Chicago as an engineer and con-
tractor.
  Elizabeth Comstock received the
degree of doctor of medicine from the
Woman's Medical College of Phila-
delphia, May 16th.
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