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Identifier: lakeforestcolleg26lake
Title: Lake Forest College stentor
Year: 1911 (1910s)
Authors: Lake Forest College
Subjects: Student Newspapers and Periodicals College student newspapers and periodicals
Publisher: Lake Forest, IL : The Stentor
Contributing Library: Lake Forest College, Donnelley and Lee Library
Digitizing Sponsor: CARLI: Consortium of Academic and Research Libraries in Illinois


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S. Bali-Bearing Mfg. Co.,Oak Park, 111. Residence, 947 Wesley Ave. Simonds, Leta C. (Oct. 1907). At homeWaukegan, 111. Stryker, Mary S. (07-09). At home,1909-10. Expects to be graduated at Wis-consin University in June, 1912. Address,257 Langdon St., Madison, Wis., until then.Later. 402 Union St., Joliet, 111. Swan, Alma (07-09) spent last year atIndiana University, and is now at Oberlintaking the teachers two year course inphysical training, expecting to teach physi-cal culture. Her address is Rockport, Ind.,or 100 S. Professor St., Oberlin, Ohio. Taylor, Samuel Fay (07-08), 908 20thSt., Rock Island, 111. No report. Taylor, Samuel Francis (07-08). IdahoFalls, Idaho. On various ranches in West;visited by Graham and Kauffman in July11. Present address not known. Tomlinson, Daniel A. (07-08). Study-ing civil engineering at Mars Institute ofTechnology, expecting to take degree of S.B. in 1912. Address, 7 Follen St., Boston,or North Chicago, 111. Wallace, MaryAledo, 111. (07-08). At home,

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.Merry Christmas The Stentor Vol. XXVI Lake Forest, III., January ii, 1912. No. 10 Were from Ottumwa/ During the Christmas hohdays anew organization was born inOttumwa, Iowa. This organization isknown as the Lake Forest-OttumwaClub and contains in its membershipthose students now attending schoolfrom Ottumwa together with thosewho are either Alumni or have spentsome years here. The first meeting was held at theBallingall Hotel and took the form ofof a banquet. A very nice dinner wasenjoyed and afterwards a businessmeeting was held. Officers wereelected and plans made for a new stud-ent campaign, that being the mainobject of the organization. Followingis the list of officers: Mr. Warren Ferguson, President. Mr. Irl Marsh Baker, Vice Pres. Miss Helen McCarroll, Secretarj-and Treasurer. Those present were:Mr. Warren Ferguson.Mrs. Warren Ferguson (nee Eliza-beth Daum).Mrs. Hervie Pollard.Miss Clara Enoch.Miss Helen McCarroll.Mr. Edwin James Mather.Mr. Paul C. Stoltz.Mr. Samuel Stoltz.Mr.


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bookid:lakeforestcolleg26lake bookyear:1911 bookdecade:1910 bookcentury:1900 bookauthor:Lake_Forest_College booksubject:Student_Newspapers_and_Periodicals booksubject:College_student_newspapers_and_periodicals bookpublisher:Lake_Forest__IL___The_Stentor bookcontributor:Lake_Forest_College__Donnelley_and_Lee_Library booksponsor:CARLI__Consortium_of_Academic_and_Research_Libraries_in_Illinois bookleafnumber:121 bookcollection:lakeforestcollege bookcollection:americana

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