Tulane University - Jambalaya Yearbook (New Orleans, LA)

 - Class of 1917

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iln Upmnrtam Imiru iFtshrr Suuau H. F, RUOAN was born in Philadelphia. Pa., July 7. 1837, of German and Dutch-English Quaker extraction. He received his education at the Terre Haute, Ind., High School, and later graduated from Smilhson College. He was first employed on the Terre Haute Indianapolis Railroad. He left that company to become Instructor in Mechanic Arts at Rose Polytechnic Institute. He remained there three years, and then left to accept a position with the Texas Pacific Railroad, in Texas. Advancement with this company finally brought him to Gouldsboro, La. Here he left the employ of the railroad and became identified with the sugar industry. In 1895. he accepted the position of Instructor of Mechanic Arts at Tulane. where he spent the last Iwenty-one years of his life, ending them as Professor of Mechanic Arts. He spent the session of 1908-1909 in Europe, and a report on his research work won for him the appointment to a Royal Fellowship at the Uni- versity of Manchester. He died at the Touro Infirmary in New Orleans on September 3, 1916. Prof. Rugan was a prominent member of the Masonic fraternity. His wife and two children. Warren M., and Gethlyn. survive him. Devotion to duty, sincerity of purpose was ever the keynote of a wcll-spont life.

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