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Barton, Albert (ed.) / The Wisconsin alumni magazine
Volume 5, Number 6 (March 1904)

Downer, Geo. F.
Athletics,   pp. 203-206


In faculty circles,   pp. 206-207


Page 206


Visconmsin, Alumni .Magazine.
Bush;' right end on the football
team; Fogg, quarter-back; Mc-
Eachron, track captain; Schreiber,
football and baseball player and
gymnast; Captain Lewis of the
nine;   Wrabetz, football man;
Bertke, left guard-,for two years,
-and Sawyer, coxswain of the crew.
'Sik of the new student members
are seniors, and the entire board
is thoroughly representative- of
the best athletic forces in the uni-
versity.
              GEO. 1F. DOWNER.
IN FACULTY CILRCLES.
  President Charles R. 'Van Hise
  recently spent a week in Colo-
rado. On, Feb. 22 he, was the prin-
cipal speaker at the dedigetion of
Palmer   Hall, the new    sciemn'c
building, at Colorado College. In
the evening of the same day he
was also the principal speaker at
a university dinner at the Antlers
Hotel at Colorado Springs. On
Feb. 24 he met the alumni of Wis-
consin at a reception at Denver.
President Van Hise also visited
the University   of Colorado at
Boulder and the Colorado School
of Mines at Golden.
  Prof. Julius E. Olson is giving
a series of lectures in Chicago
under the auspices of the Nor-
wegian National League.     The
-lectures will be on the four great-
est Norwegian writers.
  Prof. Scott H. Goodnight, who
has been ill for about eight weeks
with   typhoid  pneumonia, has
again taken up his work as as-
sistant professor in German.
  Professor C. R. Fish, who re-
cently returned from Europe, has
taken the place of Prof. F. J. Tur-
ner while the latter is at Har-
vyard. He will have the classes,
lectures and class-officer duties in
the department of American his-
tory,.
  Prof. C. S. Slichter spoke before
the. C hicago Research.- club Feb-
ruary, 27iin place of President
Van Hise. .
  Dr. Frank C. Sharp w"avea&re-
-cently in Chicago on business con-
nected with the university exhibit
at the world's fair at St. Louis.
  Prof. J. C. Freeman was the
guest of honor, February 19, at
the banquet of the Chicago Asso-
ciation of University of Wiscon-
sin Alumni, and spoke on The
University, Present and Future.
  Dean W. A. Henry was recently
elected a member of the Madison
Horticultural Society.  He was
also one of the speakers at a
meeting of Madison citizens and
Dane county farmers at Turner
Hall, March 2, for the purpose of
discussing the subject of raising
sugar beets.
  Drs. Richard T. Ely and Sam-
uel E. Sparling acted as judges
at the Minnesota-Iowa debate in
Minneapolis March 5. March 6
they  were  entertained by   the
Wranglers' club, a small organiza-
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