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McMahon, Edward M. (ed.) / The Wisconsin alumni magazine
Volume 9, Number 1 and 2 (Oct. 1907)

Progress of the University,   pp. 7-20

Page 8

mance languages at the University    Glennon of Stevens Point. The de-
of Illinois. The degree of Doctor of  gree of Bachelor of Science in the
Philosophy was also awarded to John  general engineering course was con-
Griffin Thompson, Wooster '00, for-  ferred on Gana Ryder, Fond du Lac,
merly assistant in political economy  and that of Bachelor of Science in
at Wisconsin, now in the department  agriculture on Walter H. Cooper,
of political economy in Illinois State  Whitewater. Harold L. Geisse,Madi-
University.                          son, was given the degree of Bache-
  The degree of Master of Arts was   lor of Laws.
conferred upon the following: Wil-
lis J. Bell, Allison, Ia.; George R.  REGENT JAMES LLOYD-JONES DEAD
Ray, Waukesha, Wisconsin '06, in-      James Lloyd-Jones, a regent of
structor at Beloit College; Adelphine  the University, died at his home on
Ernst, Watertown, Wisconsin '01, in-  a farm  near Spring   Green, Iowa
structor at Milwaukee-Downer Col-    county, October 21. In speaking of
lege; A. D. S. Gillett, Wisconsin '02,  Mr. Jones' death  President Van
instructor Superior Normal School;   Hise said:
Harold Steele, Albion  College '02;    "Mr. Jones was a conscientious
Albert D. Whealdon, University of    regent who always attended the meet-
Missouri '02, instructor in Superior  ings of the board and of its com-
Normal School.                       mittees. He gave his best thought
   The degree of Bachelor of Arts    to the development of the univer-
was granted to the following: Lillian  sity. While Regent Jones was espe-
Banting, Woodstock, Ont.; George     cially interested in the development
Bartelt, New Fane; Alfred R. Bush-   of the College of Agriculture, his
nell, Lancaster; Mildren H. Curtis,  breadth of view was always such that
Madison; Ruth Douglas, Postville,    he also favored the advancement of
Ia.; Della G. Drips, La Crosse; Flor-  the university as a whole."
ence  C. Earl, Lake Mills; Helen       Mr. Lloyd-Jones was a brother of
Grove, Madison; Grace L. Grow,       Jenkin  Lloyd-Jones  of   Chicago,
Niellsville; Frederick  A. Hanson,   widely known as a preacher, writer
Waupaca; John H. Hanten, Water-      and lecturer. He has been a univer-
town, S. D.; Raymond R. Hitchcock,   sity regent since 1906, when he sue-
St. Cloud, Minn.; Clarence C. Le    ceeded Dr. Dwight Parker as regent
Febvre, Grand   Rapids; Edith   T.  from the third congressional district.
McCormick,   Merillan;   Glen   A.
Shook, Lafayette, Ind.; Clara   C.     THE FACULTY AND CURRICULUM
Tragsdorf, Niellsville; Heinrich H.    The College of Medicine will give
Maurer, Guttenberg, Germany.         two years of medical work. Students
   The degree of Bachelor of Phil-   thus may take all their pre-clinical
 osophy was given as follows: Jesse              work at the university
 Hazen  Ames, Shiocton; Grace A.     The Course of Wisconsin and then
 Dinsdale, Fennimore; Edward     M.   i Medce complete their medical
 Gilbert, Blair; James P. Vaughn,     studies  with  two   years  clincal
 Eyota,  Iinn.; Anna M. Williams,     work  at any   medical college of
 Cobb.  One graduate in pharmacy     recognized standing. The strong de-
 received his degree, Edward Charles  partinents of physics, chemistry, bi-

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