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The Wisconsin alumni magazine
Volume 1, Number 3 (Dec. 1899)

News from the alumni,   pp. 127-138 ff.


Page 131


1899.]
ern Colorado, residence at Grand
Junction, Colo.
               '75,
  John Collins Sherwin, '75 1, was
elected, November 7, 1899, to the
Iowa supreme court.
  E. M. Webster, '75 .1, is practicing
law at Glenwood, Minn. He has
been county   attorney  of  Pope
county continuously for nearly ten
years.
               '76.
  George Haven is a merchant at
Minneapolis, Minn.
  Mary Henry is teaching in the In-
dustrial School at Sparta.
  Albion E. Smith is the Methodist
pastor at Verona, Wis.
               '77.
  John T. Ke'an, '77 1, is the lieuten-
ant governor of South     Dakota.
When official duties permit he gives
his time to the cares of his law
practice at Woonsocket.
. Howard Morris is general solicitor
for the Wisconsin Central railroad.
Charles M. Morris, '87, '89 1, is as-
sistant general solicitor of the same
road.
  Samuel W. Trousdale is the
pastor of the Methodist Church at
Platteville, Wis.
  Paul H. Wood, ('77), is a merchant
at West Superior, Wis.
               '78.
  W. Seelye Billinghurst, ('78), is vice
  president of the Bank of Billing-
hurst Bros., at Ashton, S. D.
  Mrs. Addie Ludlow Bingham, ('78),
  wife of Homer Bingham, '77 1, has
  returned to her home at Denver,
  Colo., after a visit at Monroe, Wis.
  Frederick K. Conover is Supreme
  Court reporter at Madison and edi-
  tor of the "Wisconsin Reports" from
  1883 to date.
  Willard J. Fuller is superintend-
  ent in Minnesota of the Northwest-
ern Purity Associai
quarters at Owatoni
               '79.
  Philip E. Brown,
the county court at
  Kemper K. Knapl
torney for the Ch
Transfer Company,
the Rookery buildin
               '80.
  Martin A. Ande
graduated from the
at Annapolis in 188)
in the U. S. Navy.
  Nelson D. Dewey,
ing law at Sheldon,
  J. N. Hicks, '80, w,
last month among
men in the attorney
  Louisa Martin is
cine in Chicago, ai
with one of the me
that city as patholo
  J. L. Van Ornum
engineering at AV
versity, St. Louis, IM
               '81.
  Edwin B. Cottrill,
superintendent of
Tplpnh~nn' Cnmnn'
ion, with
ta, Minn.
131
head-
('79), is judge of
Luverne, Minn.
is general at-
icago Terminal
with offices ino
g.
rson, ('80), who
Naval Academy
is an engineer
('80), is practic-
[owa.
Ls not mentioned
the University
general's office.
:racticing medi-
id is connected
lical colleges in
gist.
is professor of
ashington Uni-
0.
('81), is general
the Wisconsin
.7'- - lwn lr
  J. L. O'Connor, '81 1, may be called
to New York as a w'itness in the fa-
mous Adams-Molineux poisoning
case to impeach th testimony of a
writing expert with whom he had
some dealings whil he was attorney
general.
  Frank F. and A. E. Proudfit have
recently presented to Grace (Epis-
copal) church, at M dison, a memor-
ial window to their parents and
brothers (one of whom was Stanley
Proudfit, '81), and their sister.
  Joshua N. Sanbor is master me-
Chanic of the Brain rd and Northern
Minnesota railroad, at Brainerd,
Minn.
News from the Alumni.


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