ALEXANDER STUART HUNTER: college professor, b. Bavington, Pa.; s. of Joseph and Margaret (Stewart) H.; A.B., Washington and Jefferson, 1880, A.M., 1883, LL.D., 1902; grad. Western Theological Sem., 1885; Ph.D., U. of Wooster, 1888; m. Laetitia Hunter, Dec. 31, 1885; children: Laetitia, Alexander Hayes, Joseph Fisher. Licensed by Presbytery of Washington, Pa., 1885; pastor-elect, Brownsville, Pa., 1886; prof. Physics and Astronomy, 1887-90, Ethics and English Lit., 1890-95, Hanover College; prof. Ethics and English Lit., Western U. of Pa. (now University of Pittsburgh), since 1895. Pres. Pittsburgh Bd. of Trade 2 terms; Pres. Bd. of Trustees Presbyn. Hosp.; mem. Chamber Commerce. Nominee for Council, City of Pittsburgh, 1915. Mem. Phi Delta Theta. Presbyn. Clubs: Eclectic, Authors. Author: “Ethics-Theoretical and Practical,” 1900; also numerous revs. and newspaper articles and popular lectures, also an anonymous novel. Home: Pittsburgh, Pa.