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Washburn, F. E. (ed.) / The Wisconsin engineer
Vol. 5, No. 2 (May 1901)

Alumni notes,   pp. 219-220

Page 219

  Walter P. Hirschberg was chosen president of the U. NV. Engi-
neers' Club at the regular spring election of.officers.
  Rudolph Hartman, C. E. 'oi, has been in a hospital at Milwau-
kee for the past month.
  Professor Storm Bull was recently elected mayor of the city
of iIaclison.
  Charles Arthur Ilolden of New Hampshire has been secured
to take charge of the work in cement testing and stereotomy for
the remainder of the semester.
  Charles H. Watson of Milwaukee, a senior in the mechanical
engineering course, has left the University on account of ill
  Frank J. Bachelder, ex-C. E. 'oi, has been with the B. & 0. R.
R. Co. at Albion, Ind., for the past year.
  The work of the Civil Juniors in Railroad Maintenance, former-
ly taught by Prof. Whitney, has been entirely dropped for the
present year, but instead will be given them next year.
  J. C. on. E    . '3, has accepted a position with the National
Sugar Mfg. Co., Chicago, Ill.
  H. C. Groute, C. E. '03, has gone to Canada to engage in R. R.
  John Wilson, C. E. '02, has accepted a position on the geologi-
cal survev. His work will be in the state of Iowa.
                     ALUMNI NOTES.
  E. E. Hunner, 'oo, of Spokane, Wash., was a visitor at the
Delta U. house last month.
  Russell NV. Hargrave, '98, is taking graduate work in the Uni-
versity during the present semester.
  Arthur J. Hoskin, 'go, is calculator in the office of the United
States surveyor general at Denver, Colo.
  John H. Griffiths, '93, is professor of mathematics and civil
engineering at the Clarkson School of Technology, Potsdam,
N. Y.
  John F. Icke, 'oo, is taking graduate work in the University
during the present semester.
Alimuzi Xotcs.

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