cation of the University of Kansas, Lawrence, Kansas, is
the author of a recent book, "High School Education," pub-
lished by Scribners.
Victor E. Whitlock is practicing law in New York City.
His address is 35 Nassau street.
Michael Hoke, captain of Carolina's great football team
of '92, is practicing medicine in Atlanta, 72 W. Peachtree
Rufus L. Patterson is Vice-President of the American
Tobacco Company, j200 Fifth avenue, New York City.
Douglas Hamer is a physician at McColl, S. C.
H. H. Covington is Rector of the Episcopal Church of
Lancaster, S. C.
T. Bailey Lee is practicing law at Butte, Montana.
E. M. Wilson became Head Master of the Haverford
School, Haverford, Penn., in June.
Charles R. Turner is practicing dentistry in Philadelphia
at 3090 Locust street.
Southern Orchards and Farms, J. W. Canada, editor and
publisher, and The Texai farm Journal, C. C. Buckingham,
editor and proprietor, have consolidated, and will be pub-
lished in the future at Houston, Texas, under the title,
Southern Orchards and Farms, with J. W. Canada, editor,
and C. C. Buckingham, manager.
Charles W. Briles is President of the East Central State
Normal College at Ada, Oklahoma.
Henry T. Sharp is engaged in the real estate business,
612 Foster building, Denver, Col.
James A. Gwyn continues in New York City with the
American Law Book Company and is the author of a
number of treatises published by that concern. He has become
an enthusiastic golfer.
A. H. Hammond is in the cotton milling business at
Greenville, S. C.
R. W. Blair is one of the auditors of the Internal Revenue
Department, Washington. D. C.
Walter V. Brem, after several years service in the Canal
Zone, is practicing medicine in Los Angeles, Cal.
George Stephens is President of the American Trust
Company, Charlotte, N. C.
Burton Craige is chief counsel of the R. J. Reynolds
Company, of Winston, N. C.
Ralph H. Graves resigned the city editorship of The
New York Evening Post, in June to join the editorial staff
of The Times, the paper on which he served when he firs*
went to New York City.
R. H. Wright, President of the Eastern Carolina Train-
ing school, was employed by the U. S. Bureau of Education
during a part of the Summer, in the preparation of a special
H. B. Ferguson, Major in the Engineering Corps U. S.
A., was in charge of the task, most successfully performed,
of raising the "Maine" in Havana harbor.
C. S. Carr is cashier of the Greenville Banking and
Trust Company of Greenville, N. C.
Robert E. Follin is President of the N. C. Fire
Underwriters Association. His office is at Winston-Salem, X ('.
Charles H. Johnston, Dean of the Department of Edu-
J. E. Latta, Secretary,
Care of Electric Review and Western Electrician, Chicago, 111.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Fred G. Patterson, a son, on Mon-
day, September 16th, at Chapel Hill.
Thomas Hume, who has been teaching English in Coker
College, at Darlington, S. C, has been elected Assistant
Professor of English in the University of Mississippi.
H. L. Watson, of Greenwood, S. C, is President of the
South Carolina Press Association.
Francis W. Coker is a member of the faculty of the Ohio
State University at Columbus, Ohio.
C. B. Buxton is the general agent of the A. T. and Santa
Fe railroad with offices at 711 Chestnut street,
J. E. Latta, for a number of years Professor of Electrical
Engineering in the University, is Associate Editor of
The Electric Review and Western Electrician, of Chicago, 111.
H. P. Harding was elected assistant superintendent of
the Charlotte city schools, in May.
Julius A. Caldwell and Miss Edith Millard, of Rochester,
N. Y., were married in Rochester, June 8th. They spent
the summer in Europe, returning to their home in
Salisbury, N. C, in September.
"The Life and Speeches of Charles B. Aycock, by R. D
W. Connor ('99), and Clarence Poe, was pub'ished by
Doubleday, Page & Company of New York in September
W. S. Bernard, Acting Secretary,
Chapel Hill, N. C.
Kemp P. Lewis was married to Miss Lottie Hays Sharp
Windley on April 16th, at Belhaven, N. C.
Sam E. Shull is the general manager of the Stroudsburg
Engineering Works, Stroudsburg, Pa.
Ernest Graves, Captain U. S. A., has been detailed by
the War Department to West Point where he will have
charge of the football coaching this Fall.
Isaac F. Harris, of Yonkers, N. Y., attended the Inter-
national Chemists' Congress in New York City, in
I'. I'.. Rankin, Secretary,
Hamlet, N. C.
William Stevenson is practicing law in liennettsville,
Clarence A. Shore is Director of the State Laboratory of
Hygiene, at Raleigh, N. C.
James R. Conley, for lour years Superintendent of the
Oxford Schools, is teaching mathematics iii the Durham
J. E. Avent is a graduate student in Columbia Univer-
sity, having resigned from the superintendentship of the
Goldsboro city schools.
A. E. Woltz, for three years Bursar of the University,
resigned from that position on August 15th, and is located
for the pratice of law in Gastonia, N. C. He is associated