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Crawford, Robert S. (ed.) / The Wisconsin alumni magazine
Volume 27, Number 8 (June 1926)

[Photographs],   pp. [222]-[223]


Page [222]


     Roy L. FRENCH. '23
  Was elected national secre-
tary of Sigma Delta Chi, profes-
sional journalistic fraternity.
He is head of the department of
journalism at the University of
North Dakota.
THE RIGHT REVEREND BENJA-
MIN FRANKLIN PRICE IVINS,
             '18
  Was consecrated in May,
Bishop Coadjutor of the Epis-
copal diocese of Milwaukee,
and automatically will succeed
to the See and become sixth
Bishop of the Diocese of Mil-
waukee. Was formerly Presi-
dent and   Dean of Nashota
Theological Seminary.
   WILLIAM G. HABER, "00
   "W'as last year awarded the
Jacob Wertheim Fellowship for
the betterment of Industrial
Relations, Harvard University.
He is now carrying on an ex-
tensive study of Labor Rela-
tions in the Building Industry
throughout the United States.
Mr. Haber was born in Rou-
mania.
HAROLD FREDERICK JANDA, "16
  Was granted leave of absence
  from the University of North
Carolina, where he is associate
professor of highway engineer-
ing, to be assistant director of
the Highway Research Board
of the National Research Coun-
cil at Washington. His experi-
ments in co-operation with the
North Carolina State Highway
Commission have gained wide
attention.
    GEORGE I. HAIGHT, "99
  President of the alumni asso-
ciation at the University of
Wisconsin. Was active in di-
recting the campaign to inform
the state of the financial situa-
tion confronting the university.
   UNITED STATES SENATOR
 ROBERT M. LAFOLLETTE JR.,
           ex '19
  Was elected United States
senator in September to fill the
unexpired term of his father.
He is the youngest man to take
his seat in the senate since
Henry Clay. He is a member of
the  Committee    on  Manu-
facturers.
WILLIAM 0. HOTCHKISS, "03
  Former chairman of the Wis-
consin State Highway commis-
sion, has recently been elected
President of the Michigan Col-
lege of Mines at Houghton
Michigan.
   PROFESSOR C. K. LEITH
   Professor of Geology at the
University of Wisconsin. Ap-
pointed  as lecturer at the
Williamston International In-
stitute in 1925. Head of discus-
sion  on  Mineral Resources.
Member of the Academy of
Sciences.
From 1927 Badger
See advertisement on page 262


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