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

Faculty notes,   pp. 302-305

Page 304

Wiwcon8in Alumni Atagazine.
day in Madison recently while
making a tour of Western col-
leges. Regent Breese J. Stevens
entertained him at dinner, and
President-elect Van   Hise   and
other members of - the faculty
were callers.
  Professor F. J. Turner has an
article on' The Louisiana Pur-
chase in the May number of the'
Review of Reviews.
  May 1 the marriage of Mrs.
Mabel Williams Flanders, daugh-
ter of Mrs. W. C.- Williams of
Milwaukee, and Mr. Budd Frank-
enfleld of Pittsburg, took place at
the residence of Mr. and Mrs.
James    H. Turner, Kenilworth
place,  Milwaukee.    The   Rev.
James Beveridge Lee performed
the ceremony in the presence of
relatives and a few friends, after
which Mr. and Mrs. Frankenfield
left for Pittsburg, where they will
make their home. Mr. Franken-
field was a recent instructor in
electrical. engineering in the uni-
versity, leaving a year ago.
   April 15, H. P.. Howland, chair-
 man   of the Johnson memorial
 committee, presented the portrait
 of the late Dean J. B. Johnson to
 the faculty and students of the
 engineering school.
   Dr. W. A. Schaper, '95, of the
 department of political science of
 the University of Minnesota, gave
 a luncheon April 17 in honor of
 Dr. P. S. Reinsch, who lectured
 before the students of that uni-
 versity on Backward Races and
 European Civilization.
   Prof. William A. Scott, director
 of the school of commerce, will
 build  a  modern   residence  on
 North Pinckney street, Madison,
between the homes of Dr. Keenan
and Magnus Swenson. The plans
call for an outlay of $10,000 or
more: The general style of archi-
tecture is similar to that of Dr.
W. H. Hobbs' residence, which is
just across the street.- The first
story of Dr. Scott's house will
be of brick veneer and the upper
part shingles. Capacious veran-
das, both in front and rear, will
be built.
  Prof. R. A. Moore, agricultural-
ist at the university, will build
in Oakland Heights, at the corner
of Mound    and Warren streets,
just outside the city limits. Prof.
Louis Kahlenberg is also building
an   attractive residence on the
   Prof. 0. B. Zimmerman gave
 an illustrated lecture, May 3, at
 the Unitarian church, on the sub-
 ject of birds.
   At the last meeting of the Con-
 temporary club in Madison, May
 29, Prof. M. V. O'Shea spoke upon
 Art in the Schoolroom, the Re-
 sult of Experimental Studies.
   At the annual meeting and ban-
 quet of the Wisconsin command-
 ery of the Loyal Legion at the
 Academy of Music in Milwaukee,
 the paper of the evening was by
 Col. Charles A. Curtis, U. S.
 Army, on A Cavalry Veteran.
   The Madison Literary club was
 entertained by Dr. and Mrs. E. A.
 Birge, at Keeley's, May 11. Pro-
 fessor John C. Freeman 'spoke on
 Ralph Waldo Emerson.
   Dr. Grant Showerman spoke at
 the last meeting of the Travel
 club, in Madison, April 28, on the
 Significance of Greece.
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