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Loeb, Max (ed.) / The Wisconsin alumni magazine
Volume 7, Number 3 (Dec. 1905)

Bridgman, Louis
Daily calendar,   pp. 147-149

Page 148

          Saturday,   25. - Cross   country
       walking club forimed by universitbr
       girls.-First meeting. of. Graduate
       club addressed by Dr. Arthur Beatty,
       of English department, on "Life in
       the' English universities."-Charles
       C. Pearce, Dodgeville, and Joseph
'       R. PfilTner, Stevens Point, were
        awarded first.- place in oratorical and
        dramatic divisions,' respectively, at
        * preliminary for Freshmai declama-
        'tory contest.-Second military hop
        of season held at Aromiry.
          Sunday, 426.-F. E. Anderson, state
        secretary of Y, M. C. A., spoke at
        Association hall.-University Social-
        igt club" addressed by Ira B,. Cross,
        '05, on " 'History of -ocialism in the
        United States."
          M . londay, 27.-Freshman eight had
        first row on the lake this season.-
        Prof. John R. Commons- attended
        conference of munkiipal ownership
        committee of National Civic Federa-
        tion in New York.-Judge Anthony
        Donovan,    of  Madison    municipal
        court, addressed ioo -law students on
        "Criminal Proceedings."-Invitation
        received  from  Norwegian govern-
        ment inviting members of faculty in-
        terested to compete for Nobel prize.
          Tuesday,    28. --Afletic   board
        awarded "W"' to Vanderboom, Bush,
        Findlay, Bertke, Wrabetz, Remp,
        Gelbach, Dering, Brindley, Melzner,
        Johnson, Roseth, Donovan.-Prof.
        John C. Freeman lectured at West
        Division high school, Milwaukee, olt
        "The Netherlands and the Rhine."-
        Clarence B. King, 'o6, won annual
        turkey race, from Northwestern de-
        pot to gymnasium; prize, i4-pound
        turkey. Second, Stevenson; third,
          Wednesday, 29.-University closed
        for Thanksgiving recess.
          Thursday, 3o.-Thanksgiving serv-
        ice for women of university held at
        Y. W. C. A. house.-Wisconsin took
        third place in cross country race at
        Chicago; Chicago first, Illinois sec-
        ond.-Cooper elected treasurer of in--
tercollegiate cross country club, at
Chicago meeting.
  Friday, i.-Y. M. C. A. and Y. W.
C., A. gave joint reception for stu-
dents remaining in city.
  Saturday, 2.-Short course in agri-
culture began.-,Jan Kubelik, Bohe-
mian violinist, secured by   Choral
Union   for concert January    22.-
Western   Intercollegiate Basket-ball
association formed in Chicago be-
tween   Universities of   Wisconsin,
Minnesota, Chicago, Illinois, Purdue
and Northwestern. ]I. D1. Angell,
Wisconsin, elected president;' F. E.
Reed, Minnesota, secretary.-Jerome
K. Jerome, English humorist, and
Charles 13attell Loomis, American
wit, opened University lecture course
at Library hall* with program of read-
ings.-Prof. T. S. Adams repre-
sented university at western athletic
conference, Chicago.
   Sunday, 3.-Social club composed
of self-supporting students formed.
   Monday, 4.-Coach UODea       dis-
missed 'crew men until January.-
Basket-ball team will confine itself
to western schedule.-Prof. RR. M.
Bashford, 'speaking before Madison
Six O'clock club, urged reform in
university .athletics.
   Wednesday, 6.-Dr. Edward Pro-
kosch lectured on "German;Ameri-
can   Poetry" before Germanistische
Gesellschaft.-First match in inter-
fraternity bowling   league rolled.-
Executive   committee    of  regents
authorized preparing of plans for an
agronomy building for college of ag-
riculture, to cost $i8,ooo.-President
Van    Hise received   injury to his
shoulder as result of being thrown
from his horse.
   Thursday, 7.-Alexius Baas, 'o6,
 Madison, elected leader of Glee club.
 -Prof. A. R. Hohlfeld lectured in
 Milwaukee on "In and 'About Ber-
 lin."-President  Van   Hise, before
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