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'7 I. John Hamilton, Sec' y of Agriculture of Pennsylvania, at
tended the Commencement.
'BO. Frank Wooley was recently married at his home in Dela-
'9l. Prof. J. M. Fields, formerly assistant Chemist at the Ex
perimental Station here, will be appointed Director of the Okla
homa Experiment Station at Stillwater, Oklahoma, on July 1, '99.
'92. E. W. Bush, Assistant Engineer of the Connecticut River
Bridge Commissioners, Hartford City, has recently been elected
an associate member of the American Society of Civil Engineers.
'93. Edward P. Butts, C. E., an associate member of the
American Society of Civil Engineers, of the firm of Butts and
Crosby, Architects and Engineers, Hartford City, has been elected
a member pf the French Society of Civil Engineers.
'95. G. D. Green, who graduates at the U. P. Medical School
this year, has been appointed to service in the Mercy Hospital of
'95. H. H. Geary is now General Agent for the Fostoria Incan
descent Light Co. , of Fostoria, Ohio.
'95. S. T. Herr has resigned his position with the Fort Pitt
Bridge Works of Canonsburg, Pa., and accepted a position with
the Sheffler Bridge Co., of Pittsburg. Address: Aspinwall, Pa.
'97. J. W. Miller, Jr., has been reappointed to a University fel
lowship in Columbia University.
'9B. A. T. Blair has resigned his position with the Union
Foundry & Machine Co., of Pittsburg, and accepted a position
with the Atlas Cement Co., of Allentown, Pa. he called at the
College on his way to his new position.
'9B. R. T. Strohm has obtained the position of Chief Draughts
man with the Union Foundry & Machine Co., which was made
vacant by the resignation of Blair.
'9B. C. F. Sponsler, who has been an . Instructor in Practical
Mechanics here for the past year, has accepted a position with
the Michigan Central Railroad, which is to be equipped with a
system of pneumatic and electrical signals.