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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 149

9 9o5]DAILY C.
joint committee on education in legis-
lature, asked for passage of a law
permitting  the transfer of money
from the general fund to the univer-
sity fund for the year 19o6, to tide
over deficit.-Prof. and Mrs. E. A.
Birge entertained Phi Beta Kappa
fraternity in honor of founding of
the   oganization,  1776.-Executive
... mi tee of reg... c refused -.to, ac.-
cept final reportý of contractor of new
chemistry building,
  Friday, 8.-J. A. Faithorn, presi-
dent of Chicago Terminal Transfer
railroad,  lectured  in  engineering
building on "Railroad Rate Legisla-
tion."-Pythia and Castalia literary
societies held joint meeting.-Presi-
dent Van Hise      appointed  Deans
Birge and Turneaure and Professors
Jackson, Munro, Slichter, Trow-
bridge and Turner as committee to
consider and report to faculty on the
problem of intercollegiate sports.-
Artlhiur B. Melzner, 'o61, elected cap-
tain of 19o7 football, team at annual
football banquet.
  Saturday, 9.-University    League
entertained with, a  faculty tea  at
ALEN-DAR.
149
Chadbourne ball.--President Van
HIise issued statement on financiAl
condition of university to legislature.
7-U. W. Agricultural club held a
"mixer" in    Horticultural building
to  promote   acquaintance   between
classes.-Mrs. S. U. Pinney, Madi-
son, widow of justice S. U. Pinney
of Wisconsin Supreme Court, gave
       4.           "%- IT ft  A X..
equipment of new building, gift being
a memorial to her son, Clarence H.
Ptinney.
  Sunday,     io.- .Miss   Margaret
Stork, Chicago, spoke before Y. W.
C. A.. meeting orn slum work in Chi-'
cago.--W. M. Leiserson read paper
on "Fundamental. Principles of So-
cialism" before Ijniversity Socialist
club.
  Monday, Ii.-Harold Heide, Nor-
wegian violinist, and Miss Jeanne
l'H'ommedieu, soprano, gave concert
at Library. hall, under auspices of
School of Music.-Gammi Phi Beta
sorority gave reception to signalize
opening of new chapter house on Irv-
ing Court.
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