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The Wisconsin alumni magazine
Volume 4, Number 8 (May 1903)

News from the alumni,   pp. 309-313

Page 311

Sfewsfrom the Alumni.
to win a cup that will remain
fixed  to  the  victorious team
this year.
  Guy L. Hunner, M. D., is now a
practitioner at 1412 Eutaw Place,
Baltimore specializing- im--gynae-
  Hobart S. Bird, editor of the
San Juan News, was sentenced to
five days' imprisonment and to
pay a fine of $20 in contempt of
court.  Bird  published  in  his
paper  an   interview with  the
United  States insular  revenue
agent, Gibbs, in   which  Gibbs
criticised the court. This con-
stituted the contempt. Gibbs was
also charged with contempt of
court but he was acquitted.
  Dr. George M. McGregor is
practicing medicine in Mondovi.
He was graduated from     Johns
Hopkins last year.
  A son was born to Rev. and
Mrs. Jesse E. Sarles (Frances
Bowen, '93) at Baraboo, in April.
  Dr. ED. R. Buckley, head of the
department of geology in the Uni-
versity of Missouri, gave a 1series
of lectures at the University of
Michigan in April.
  Henry A. Peters of Oconomo-
woc has been appointed a member
of the state board of pharmacy by
Gov. La Follette. Mr. Peters has
been engaged in the drug business
at Oconomowoc.
  Gov. La Follette has appointed
Harvey Clark of Monroe as      a
member of the state board of con-
trol for the term of five years
ending April 15, 1908,' to take the
place of N. B. Treat of Monroe.
  N. A. Ladd of Madison was ap-
pointed by Mayor Groves as a
member of the fire and police
  The engagement has been an-
nounced of Miss Frances Hol-
comb to Mr. Harry Boardman of
Chicago, son  of Mr. and Mrs.
M. A. Boardman of Milwaukee.
The wedding is to occur in the
fall. Miss Holcomb is teaching
in the Milwaukee normal school.
  Walter Alexander is employed
by the Milwaukee road at Minne
  Miss Rosalie Bohrer is assist-
ant principal of the Marathon
County     Teachers'-  Training
  Mrs. Georgia Virgin Drew died
May 17 in Grand Rapids, Mich.
As Miss Virgin, she was one of the
most popular woman in the uni-
versity, was a member of the
Gamma Phi Beta sorority and was
closey identified with the work
of the musically inclined students,
dauu auio wiLune amateur ura-
matic productions. She was mar-
ried a little over one year ago to
Walter W. Drew, who is a prac-
ticing lawyer in Grand Rapids,
Mich., and a graduate of the Uni-
versity of Michigan.
  Mrs. B. L. Cornish, mother of
Ross C. Cornish, '97, died at her
home in Oshkosh in April.
  F. E. Compton, ex-97, made
a western trip in April. He is in
the firm of C. B. Beach & Co. of
New York, publishers of the Stu-
dents' Encyclopedia.

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