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36 > Image 36 of Kentucky alumnus, vol. 1, no. 08, 1916

Part of Kentucky alumnus

I . 3 32 THE KENTUCKY ALUMNUS. fil, Harry Cannon recently underwent an operation in Baltimore, but is nowf.4- 3 doing nicely. He was in Atlantic City some weeks recuperating before beginnmgg Q his duties as instructor in the German Department of the University. Q j Mrs. C. W. Leaphart (Mary Rodes) and baby daughter are spending the i 'I Q summer in Lexington. I ` june I Murray Raney is now interested in chemical engineering and recentlyl . SPIUY { erected an experimental plant for Armour & C0. His address is: Care of Look-[ . WPC out Refining Company, Chattanooga, Tenn. j 1***% 9 Lewis Marks joined the ranks of "Proud Father" recently. Lewis has I`lOli` Mona { yet told us whether it is a boy or girl. D ~` The California delegation, Hugh Sanders and "Nat" Scott are said to beg' her j married. If the Secretary is wrong, please inform him and dont fail to seudt _ next I notices at the proper time. _ { You know we like to hear about all the members of the class, but unlessi Osbo _ they write, there is little opportunity for finding out what they are doing. Tryl. I to write a letter two or three times a year and if you cant afford to tell on youry comr self, tell on the other fellow. _ Q enthi ......-- all bi , . f . `j CLASS OF 1911. ; C m; ` BY OL1.1N1; CRU1c1