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14. Forster Smith, 04. Chairman.
1. Audrey Davenport, ’04.
5. Ruth Jennings, 04 4. Hazel Alford, ’04
3. Helen Flint, 04.
2. Bessie Coleman, 04 13- Blanche Lyle, ’05
15- Stella Kayscr, ’05 8. Louis Brabant, ’o6
10. Jane Gapen, 05 6. Edith Winslow, 07
9- Gladys Owen, ’07
16. Alex Morgan, 04 7. John Curtis, ’06
12. Ellis P. Abbott, ’04 . 11. William J. Bollenbeck, 04
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R. B. DUDGEON.
R. Ii. Dudgeon was born on Jan. 3. 1853, at Red Rock, Minnesota, where bis father was serving as a missionary among the Indians and traders of the Northwest. Soon after his birth his parents came to Wisconsin where Mr. Dudgeon was reared and educated. Owing to the fact that his father was an itinerating minister, his progress in school during his early years was frequently interrupted by change of residence and consequent lack of continuity in school work. He entered the preparatory department of the University of Wisconsin in the winter of 1869, the regular course in 1872, and graduated from the ancient classical course in 1876. While in the University he took part in athletics as they were then conducted, and was a member of the Athenaean literary society. He held in turn several offices in this society, including the presidency, and represented this society on several public occasions.
After graduation Mr. Dudgeon was principal of the schools of Pewaukee. Wis.. for two years and then spent one year in Madison engaged in business and in reading law. He was admitted to the bar on examination in the spring of 1879. In the fall of 1879 he became principal of the schools at Hudson, Wis., where he remained for eight years. In 1887 he took charge of the Schools at Menomonie, Wis., and came to Madison as superintendent in 1891.
While in Menomonie Mr. Dudgeon organized the experimental
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