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Lochner, Louis P. (ed.) / Wisconsin alumni magazine
Volume 12, Number 2 (Nov. 1910)

Alumni news,   pp. [89]-98


Page 96


9THE WISCONSIN ALUMNI MAGAZINE
about whose condition friends have since
been anxious, has returned to Madison
and is now at Mendota hospital with. his
friend, Dr. Charles Gorst, head of that
institution. Mr. Lerum, at the time he
was taken ill, had just been nominated
in the primary election as the Republi-
can candidate for clerk of the court for
Dane county.
  Robert M. Davis is engaged in the
practice of law at Tacoma, Wash., with
offices in the Fidelity Bldg.
, Louis A. Avery is a member of the law
firm, of Jeffris, Mouat, Smith & 'Avery,
Janesville, Wis.
  May Humphrey Le Clair now resides
at 3908 West Eighth St., Duluth, Minn.
                  '04.
  Fola La Follette has left for New
York, where she will fill a series of pro-
fessional engagements as a. reader in
New York, Boston, andJthe surrounding
country.
   George Kemmerer is professor in the
New Mexico School of Mines, Socorro,
'N. M.
  L. W. Paiks is superintendent, of the
G. B. Lewis company, manufacturers of
Beeware. He is located at Watertown,.
Wis.
   Lawrence Burdick   has recently   re-
turned from an extensive trip to Europe,
wlhere he studied in Germany and trav-
-eled extensively in Switzerland, Italy,
Austria,   the   Netherlands,  Belgium,
France and England.
   Edgar A. Goetz has changed his ad-
 dress from 1208 W. Franklin Ave. to
 2640 Blaisdell Ave. So., Flat No. 1, Min-
 neapolis. His office address is 821 Pal-
 ace building, Minneapolis, where he is
 engaged as structural engineer.
   William F. Luebke holds a fellowship
in German at the University of Chicago.
   William W. Storms is the Republican
nominee for district attorney of Racine
county. He has -no opposition.
  John C. Potter has resigned his posi-
tion with the American Telegraph -and
Telephone company and is now a member
of the electrical engineering department
of Purdue university.
  Llewelyn R. Davies has resigned the
position of assistant in dairy tests in the
college of agriculture to accept the po-
sition of professor of agriculture in the
Marinette County School of Agriculture
and Domestic Science. Mr. Davies was
employed in the -U. S. department of
agriculture for several years after grad-
uation and has been at the. university
one year.
  George G. Post is an engineer in the
employ of the Milwaukee Electric Light
and Traction company.
Eugene M. Runyard is assistant state's
attorney at Waukegan, Ill.
  Sylvester Schattschneider is a graduate
student at the Massachusetts Institute of
Agriculture, and is candidate for the de-'
gree of master of science in civil engi-
neering..
  Harry Gardner is assistant professor
of sanitary. engineering at the University
of Kansas, Lawrence.
  D. 0. Thompson is a member of the
faculty of the agricultural department
of Purdue university, La Fayette, Ind.
                  '06.
  E. J. Fessler has been connected with
the firm of Butler Bros., Minneapolis,
Minn., since the fall of 1906. He was
with the firm at Chicago until January,
1907, when they established a house at
Minneapolis. Butler Bros. are whole-
salers of general merchandise, with dis-
tributing houses at New York, Chicago,
St. Louis, Dallas, and Minneapolis.
  A. B. Melzner is a practicing attorney
in Butte, Mont., aml is the present pub-
lic administrator and the nominee of the
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