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BF. K]LLER, '76, visited the college recently. Mr. Keller,
/-'• who has the degree of L.L. B. from Columbia University,
is a very prominent as well as successful lawyer of West
Virginia, and at present is prominently spoken of as Republican
candidate for Congress in the Third district of that State.
James L. Hamill, Esq., 'Bo, an attorney from Welch, West
Virginia, recently spent a few days at the College. Mr. Hamill
is a Regent of the University of West Virginia.
J. C. White, 'B2, sent a check for $2543 to be given to the
Alumni Athletic Endowment Fund.
George McKee, 'BB, is spending some time at his home, State
3. T. Shields, '92, is mentioned in a book recently published,
entitled Who's Who in America. This book gives short sketches,
of all important personages in America.
Ed. P. Butts, '93, of Hartford, Conn., spent a few days at the
M. i. McDonnell, '93, after receiving the doctor's degree at
University of Kiel, Germany, received the appointment of As
sistant Bacteriologist at the station. He has now resigned this
position to accept that of Bacteriologist of the Pennsylvania
Charles S. Davis, who was a student here during years '94-95,
graduated from Michigan School of Mines as a Mining Engineer
and is now located about fifty. miles from City of Mexico, where
he is employed as a chemist and engineer by The Mexico Venture
Syndicate, Limited. Mr. Davis' address is El Oro Tultenango,
Estado de Mexico, Mexico.
Robt. M. Mathias, '95, is traveling in New York and in New
England for an Electrical firm.
H. C. Peffer, '95, of Natrona, Pa., was a visitor at the College