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MOUNT ST. CHARLES SCHOLASTIC. 11 ♦ .»,.».,»1A A A A«*««*. v ^ r w r * * v v v v v T y v [negasi X [i^=so 3 )irr) ►t—X < F A C U L T Y t / _______ f fe g g s i ) T [saSS^iri X I R ev . F. X. L echneb , A. B., B. D. Treasurer and Procurator. Rev. Francis X . Lechner, born in Bavaria, Germany, where he finished his primary edu cation, took a classical course in France for six years and obtained his A . B. A t the age of 19, he came to the United States, studied philosophy and theology at the Catholic University of Washington, D. C., ordained in June, 1899. W as engaged in educational work for seven years after his ordination at A ll Ffallows Col lege, Salt Lake, Utah. Teaching ancient and modern languages, vocal and instrumental music. Upon him devolves the duty of attendance to the material comfort of the students, and he gives to the procuratorship all the attention of which this office is in need. Rev. Joseph C. Willging is a graduate of St. Joseph’s College, Dubuque, Iowa, which is also his native state. Finished his studies and took a post-graduate course at the Catholic University of America, and as such is prepared to do excellent work in the department of Sciences over which he is to preside during the year 1912-1913. He has also laid the foundations of the College Museum and will not spare any effort to make this feature a noteworthy attention of the College. R ev . Jos. C. ’W illg in g , A. B., B. D. Science.