THE: 2 OWL ~ SUMMER BULLETIN
~ WITH OUR PROFESSORS
Dean Humphrey i is dividing his vacation be-
tween: Spofford, N.:H., Hull, Mass. and East
Weymouth, » Mass.:: Before. leaving .Summer
School, the; Dean -was able to report the largest
number: of: applicants for. Engineering in the
history of: the: School, accepted by August 15.
Professor : ‘Morehouse writes us from Koln
in Germany. that he is having a very delightful
sojourn in Europe. He was able to attend a
performance of, the. Passion Play in Oberam-
Professor ‘Barber is spending the summer
at Reidsville, North Carolina.
Professor Slavin is spending the summer at
Father Stanford i is spending his vacation i in
the vicinity, of Scituate, Mass.
‘Professor. McCormick i is busily employed in.
the interests of the. Concrete Steel Company 9 of
Professor McGechan after. a: busy Summer
School and’many tedious hours in the office of
the Graduate Manager of Athletics is spending
a well deserved: vacation with his family on an
automobile tour which is to begin with the bat-
tlefield of Gettysburg and continue to parts un-
Father Bartley is spending his vacation in
the White Mountains of New Hampshire.
Mr. DeWitt B. Cook, BS. in C.E. of Wash-
ington.and,Lee University will join the Engi-
neering faculty: for the Fall term‘as an In--
structor in Highway Engineering to take care
of the vacancy caused by the leave af absence
granted to. Professor Sweeney, ,
The- faculty of. the Engineering School now
numbers on jts roster graduates of the follow-
ing’ Engineering Schools:
tute of Technology, Stevens Institute, Univers-
ity of Pennsylvania, University. of Wurtzburg
(Germany), North Carolina State,..Catholic |
University, ‘Washington’ and Lee University,
=. _ FACULTY CHANGES -
Father O'Malley, 0. S. A. has been assigned
to St, Augustine’s College, Havana, Cuba.
Father. Holland,.0. S. A., has been assigned to
the Church of. St.-Nicholas of Tolentine in the
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Massachusetts Insti-_ -
aes ‘Drexel, St. ‘Joseph's College, and: Villa- :
Air Corps Reserve of the United States Army,
Bronx, N. Y. GC. Father Collins, O. S. A. has
been assigned to parish work. at Carthage,: N.
Y.- Father Lynch, 0. S. A./ has’ been“ assigned '!i
to N. Troy, N. Y. Professor Sweeney: has ‘been 2!"
granted a year’s leave of absence.
Father Tierney, 0. 8. A., Father Wierman; 0,
Starrs, O. 8S. A., and Father McConnell, 0. S.A.
come to Villanova, from St. Augustin’s College,
Washington, D. C.
Mart Callan, ’28, is now'‘with the United
Engineers and Constructors at, their ‘Phila. of-
fice, Until recently Mart was ,employed.-by,,i,
Stone & Webster at Locust Gap on the. Read- :.
ing Coal & Iron-Company’s new breaker. hey
Henry Casey, 10, and family are spending
the vacation at Margate City, N. J..-Henry: is
at present with the Brown Boveri Ship Yards
at Camden, N. J. bat
Jim Tolan, 26, and family.are spending the
‘summer at Ege Harbor, N. J. Jim‘is Engineer -
with Webster and Warren, Heating Engineers”
of Camden, N. J
Fenton Fitzpatrick, x’28; entered the Jesuit,
Novitiate at Wernersville, Pa., on August 14.
Fenton’s departure raises the number. of ex-
engineers who have entered religious orders to
five; two Augustinians, one Carmelite, one ©
Franciscan, one Jesuit.
John J. Sweeney, 712, (Prof. of Highway
Engineering at Villanova on leave of absence ..
for collegiate year 1930-1931) is now associated ~
with Carl Camp Company, Engineers and Con-
His company has just been awarded ,
a $217,000.00 contract by Delaware County,
Pa., for the construction of a reinforced con- -
crete bridge over Ridley Creek between Ches-
ter, Pa., and Eddystone, Pa. Work is to begin
immediately and is to be completed in about |
Dick Schleicher, ’ 29, Engineer with. the Key~
stone Aircraft ‘Corporation has just received
‘an appointment: as Second: Lieutenant in the ©
Robert J. Eisenmann, ’22, was a visitor dur
ing Summer School. Bob is employed ‘as. an.
Engineer by the Acme Railroad. Construction .
Co., of Cleveland, O. He is married and has.two '-
children and lives at 3245 E. 140th: St., _ Cleve - ae