University of Wisconsin River Falls - Meletean Yearbook (River Falls, WI)

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 2 S' PlMr c A e J So ' S f' 5 r. " mCO-EDITORS LE ROY STERN JOYCE STAPLETON NATIONAL SCHOLASTIC PRESS ASSOCIATIONZhe 1951 Meletean STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE RIVER FALLS, WISCONSIN VOLUME 40building.. for the future The construction of the girls dormitory marks o new milestone in the development of the River Foils State Teachers College. It is the first step in a building program planned for the future, which also includes construction of a new fieldhouse and library. As the students of the college build for the future, by widening their education, so the college itself is building for the future by constructing adequate buildings to keep pace with this strong endeavor. If the building project is to succeed, it must have the support of the graduates of yesterday, the graduates of today, and the graduates of tomorrow. When this is accomplished we will indeed be able to build for the future of our college. zforeword TV e A 95A hAeXetean must stand as. tV e i«na act: of the vear» fVte one achievement that includes a other acV evemer ts. We have endeavored to put within the bounds ox one volume, a cross section of these achievements, arid also to turn your eyes to the future progress of our college. f to any degree of satisfaction we have been able to fulfill this airrx, we shall consider oar efforts amply rewarded. ■r WMtents ministration Classes Pa8e 9 ♦ °rSanizations Page 21 Activities ' I Page 59 Sceneswmm W punojf;'Dedication We dedicate this 1951 Meletean to Dr. Rudolph Karges in grateful recog- nition of his many years of service which hove played such an important part in the progress of our college.NinoOf .. CHM AER DKVtE BOARD OF MTS . Pr- Cholmer Dovce is to t e commended for his fin . Hi H phshments while a member of the Board of Regents at R i hiS appoint the _ at °5 L.,n ,Tien ’' the college has received the barracks pleted the industrial arts building, secured the new do granted permission to give the I i hero I orts degree Walter Kohler recommended to the legislature toward o new library building. Harold G. Anderson, President George Watson, ex-officio ..... Roy C. Davidson ......... Mrs. R. C. Eby.......... Wilson S- Delzell ...... Elton S. Karrmann....... Mrs. Doris D. Marks .. Dr. Chalmer Dovee ----- W- D. Me I n tyre ........... Prank W. Rodford -----; ••.... Dr. George N. Saodquist....... Eugene McPhee -----...... ... ver Foils. Since apartments, com- mitory, and fc een Recently Governor allocation or $650,000 ...Whitewater ...Madison L___La Crosse ...Madison ...Stevens Point ...Platteville ...Milwaukee ...River Foils !..Eou Cloire ___Oshkosh ___.Superior ’’...SecretaryTHE PRESIDENT The 1950-51 Meietean sketches a memorable year ir» the life of the River Falls State Teachers College, as Hathorn Mall, the first major building added to the campus in twenty-five years, nears completion. The addition of the Arts degree Has opened new opportunities for g re ate r service. Students and friends of the college hope that- the legislature will see -fit to approve the library appropriotion proposed fc y Governor Kohler. Surely the Meietean theme, "Building For auspicious beginning in this college year. Even t-or the supporters of the Falcon. Future ' has had an greater things are ahead Eleven KUDOLPH A. KARGES Vice-President EDWARD J. PRUCHA Registrar MILDRED MITCHELL Dean of Women B. J. ROZEHNAL Dean of Mc-n JOHN M. MAY Director, Division of Agriculture L. G. STONE Chairman, Professional Division TwelvjFACULTY JEANNE BAILEY Physical Education ADELE BLOOM Economics MARY BRADLEY Assistant Librarian CLYDE B. CAMPBELL Teacher Training in Agriculture VIRGINIA AKINS Biology EARL G. ALBERT Physics CARLETON AMES History PHILIP S. ANDERSON Psychology, Education ThirteenFACULTY FRANCIS P. CHISHOLM English BLANCHE DAVIS Speech CARRIE DORSEY Education ANN DUBBE Education WALTER ENGLER English CORA FARRELL College Nurse ROBERT FISLER Education AMY FULLER Assistant Librarian FourteenFACULTY JOSEPH T. HOY Physical Education NICHOLAS JADINAK Instrumental Music JOHN J. JAROLIMEK Education ARTHUR N. JOHNSON Agriculture RAY L. GARNETT Education RHEA GIBSON Librarian H. C. GILBERTSON Physics MARION HAWKINS English, Debate FifteenFACULTY RUSSELL JOHNSTON Education 6LENN P. JUNKMAN Mathematics ERNST JURGENS German, Philosophy RUDOLPH A. KARGES Chemistry BENJAMIN KETTELKAMP Zoology CHAUNCEY B. KING Vocal Music OPAL A. KNOX Education BERGER KOLBERG Chemistry Sixteen LOUIS KOLLMEYER Art CATHARINE LIENEMAN Biology LESLIE C. McKEEN French, Spanish JAMES J. McLAUGHLIN Mathematics JOHN M. MAY Agriculture Education MARGUERITE LITTLE English BERNARD MCCARTHY Social Science Seventeen LEBERN MILLER EducationEDWARD J. PRUCHA Agriculture, Registrar B. J. ROZEHNAL Dean of Men, Instrumental Music GEORGE SCHLAGENHAUF Director of Athletics OSCAR W. SJOWALL Health, Physical Education MILDRED E. MITCHELL Dean of Women, Social Science JOHN G. MOSHER, JR. Geography VERA MOSS English ADELINE PATTON Education I EighteenFACULTY L. GORDON STONE Psychology THORVALD THORESON Agricultural Engineering MELVIN WALL Crops, Soils CARA AMELIA WHARTON Piono WALKER D. WYMAN History ZELMA WHITTENBERG Education LLOYD WOLFE JournalismTHE OFFICE STAFF Hjordis Anderson............Secretory, Dean's Alice Davison..............Typist, Administrative Bernice Modson.............Stenographer Esther Murphy..............Secretary, Training School Rosemary Nehmer............Secretary, Veteran's Administration Sarah Ann Ritzinger........Stenographer, Registrar's Office Marguaret Vaughn...........Clerk, Registrar's Office E. H. Wallin...............Stenographer Ethel West.................Administrative Assistant Vaughn, Ritzinger Murphy Anderson, Nehmer Wallin, West, Madson Twenty Twenty-oneJO ANN AABY Woodv.lle English, Social Science. French YWCA I. 2; U Cercle Franco I. 2, 3, 4. Secrc-- - Chi S B" Q 3. 4, « Secretory Secretory 4; ______________■ attee 3. 4; Who’s wno in American CoReges and Unrvor-»tm 4. WILLIAM ALLDS .... Hudson History, Goography. English DALE AMUNDSON - - Ricc Lok Biology, Geography, English YMCA I, 2, 3. 4, Cabinet 4; Intramurol Sports I 2. 3. 4. FLOYD AMUNDSON Hl,hda,e Agriculture Education, Scloinco FFA I, 2. 3, 4; FFA Parllmentorlon 4. The Senior WILLIAM ANOERHCLM Clear Lake Chemistry. Economics. English Men's Glee Club I, EVELYN ANDERSON - ver Falls Biology, English, German YWCA I. 2. 3. 4, Secretory 3. President 4; CWA 3, 4; WAA I, 2. 3; Prom Committee 3. OREN ANDERSON - Osokis. Minn, Agriculture Education, Science St. Cloud Teochers College I. 2; FFA 3, 4; Debate I, 2. DONALD ASH...................................Cornell Social Scionce, Physical Education, English Knox College, Galesburg, Illinois, 1 2; St. Thomos 3; Newman Club 3. : Student Veterans Association 3; Recreation Club 3; International Relations 4, President 4; Student Voice 3; First Flight 3. Twenty-twoM. KENNETH AUGST - Cumbcrlcnd Social Science. Music, English YWCA 1, 2, 3, 4; MENC 3. 4: Bends 1. 2. 3. 4; A Ccpellc Choir 1. 2. 3. 4. Librarian 3. 4; O chcstrc 1. 2. 3. 4; Woodwind Quintet 3. 4. LYAL BESTUL . - - N. Fond du Lee Biology. English. Gcogrophy Student Veterans Association 3; R Club 3, 4; Trock 2. 3. 4; Intromural Sports 1. 2, 3. 4: Homecoming chairmen 4; Forty Committee 3. 4. GLORIA BLESKACEK - Bloomer English. History, Music CWA 2, 3, 4; Sibmo Chi Sigma 3. : Honor Society 1. 2, 3. 4; Mixed Chorus o. 4; Orchestra 3, 4. MARY JO BOARDMAN - - New Richmond Social Science, English, French YWCA 1, 2, 3. 4, Treasurer 2; Sigma Chi Sigma 2, 3, 4, Secretory 4; international Relotions 4, Secretary 4; Class Treasurer 2; Prom Committee 3; Homecoming Attendant 3. ‘oil HI © I Ha Class of 1951 DONALD BRANDT .... Stanley Agriculture Education, Science FFA I, 2. 3, 4; Intramural Sports 3, 4. GEORGE BRESKA .... Arcodia Agriculture Education, Science La Crosse Teachers College 1, 2; Newman Club I, 2. 3, 4; FFA 3, 4; Intromural Sports I, 2, 3, 4. GLENN BROVALO - Galcsvillc Agriculture Education, Science FFA 4; Intramural Sports I, 2, 3, 4. DOREEN BUCK - - - Ft. Worth. Tevos Music, English, Speech Milwaukee Teochers College 1. 2; YWCA 3; CWA 3. 4; Masquers 3. 4. Treasurer 4; Alpha Psi Omega 4; Bands I, 2: Mixed Chorus I. 2; A Capelta Choir I. 2, 3. 4, Business Mcncgcr 4; "Kentucky Kobaroy" 3. Twenty-threeJOSEPH BUDAJ - Phillip Agriculture Education, Science FFA 1, 2, 3, 4, Parliament 3: Newman Club I. 2. 3. 4; Student Veteran Association I, 2, 3, 4, President 3; Honor Socloty 1. 2, 3. -4; vvho's Who in Amorlcon Colleges and Universities 4. EUGENE CARLSON - Amery Agriculture Education, Sclience West Michigan, Kalamazoo 1; Iowa State, Amos 2; FFA 4. DOROTHY CREE - Clear Lake Elementary Education YWCA 2; Palette Art Club 1, 2; WAA 1, 2, 3, 4. MARY ANN DANIELSON - ■ - Hudson Elomontary Education CWA 2, 3, 4, MENC 3, 4, Secretory I, 2, 3, 4; Bonds I, 2, 3, 4; Orchostro I, 3; ACE 2, 3, 4. The Senior GAIL DAVIS ----- Hoyword Mathematics, Physics. English Methemotks Club I. 2. 3, 4, Vice-President 4; Student Veterans Association I. 2, 3. 4, Vice-President 4; Intramural Sports I, 2, 3. 4. JOYCE BERGLUND DEHMER - - Osceola Elementary Education Macalaster College I; YWCA 2, 3; CWA 2, 3, 4; ACE 2, 3, 4; Honor Society 3, 4; Bonds 2. JOHN DESHAZO - - Washington, D.C. English, Speech, History District of Columbia Teachers Alpha Psi Omega 4; Masquers 3, 4 Collogc I. First Flight GERALD DONLEY - - - Sond Creek Social Science, Speech, English Stout Teachers College I; University of Wisconsin 2: Basketball 1; Footboll 3; Intramurol Sports I, 2, 3, 4. .. Debate 4; "Three Men on a Horse 4; A Capcilo Choir 4; Homecoming Committee 3, 4; Prom Committee 3. Twenty-fourLeona BERNARD DREWISKI - Agriculture Education, Scienco LYLE ERICKSON .... Hixton Bio log . Physical Education, English YMCA I. 2. Cabinot 2; Student Veterans Association I, 2. 3. 4, Secretary 2; Boseball 2, 3; Intramural Sports I. 2, 3, 4; Student Senate President 4. HAROLD FEIDT .... Almena Agriculture Education, Science FFA 4; Boseball I. NEAL FELLRATH - Clayton Mathematics, German. Physics Mathematics Chib 2. 3. 4; Intramural Sports I, 2. 3. 4; Volleyball 3, 4; Bands I, 2. lass of 1951 KENNETH FUHER - Ne,son Mathematics. Scionce, English Mathematics Club I, 2 Votorons Association I. 2, 3, 4. , 3, 4, Treasurer 3; Student 1, 2. 3, 4; Honor Society ROBERT GAARD ... Wells, Minn. Agriculture Education, Scionce. Industrial Arts FFA 1, 2, 3, 4; YMCA I, 2, 3, 4; Honor Society I, 2. 3. 4; Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3, 4. EVELYN GERAETS - Elmwood Gsogrophy, Social Science, English, Science Newman Club I, 2, 3, 4; Sigma Chi Sigma 3, 4; ACE I, 2, 3, 4, President 3; Honor Society 3, 4; Molotcan 3. WILLYS GJERMUNDSON - - Whittenborg Agriculture Eduoction, Scienco FFA 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4; YMCA 2; Mosquers 2, 3; Intramurol Sports 2, 3; "Trifles," director 2; ''You Can't Take It With You" 2; Wintor Carnival 4, Homecoming Committoo 4. Twenty-flvoBENNIE GREENE Now Auburn Agriculture Education, Scionco University Extension Confer, Rico Lake 1; FFA 2, 3, 4, PATRICIA GREENFIELD - - River Fells Elementary Education Newman Club I. 2, 3, 4- CWA 1. 2; ACE 4; Student Voico I, 2; Social Committee 4, Secretory 4. ROBERT GUITH .... Hudson Agriculture Education, Scionco THOMAS HADrIELD ... Ashlond Agriculture Education, Science The Senior GORDON HAHN .... Humbird Chomiitry, Gorman, Physical Education Intramural Sports I, 2, 3, 4; Botobatl 2; Baskot- CECIL HARTUNG - - - - Plum City Agriculture Education, Science FFA I, 2. 3, 4, Treasurer 4; YMCA I. 2. 3; Newman Club I, 2, 3, 4; Intramural Sports I 2, 3, 4. HARLEY HATCH .... Rock Elm Mathematics. Chemistry, English YMCA 2, 3, 4; Mathematics Club I, 2, 3, 4; Studcnt Veterans Association 2, 3. JOHN HOAGENSON • - Block River Falls History, English, Gormon German Club I, 2; Prom Committee 3; Intramural Sports I, 2, 3, 4; Homecoming Committee 2. Twenty-sixRidgolond ROBERT HOUG - English. Scionco, Mechanics Stout Institute I. 2: Le Cercle Francois 3. 4; Toastmostors Club 4: Basoball 3, 4; Intramural Sports I, 2, 3. 4; Debate 3. HELEN INGELS - Clear Lake English, Social Science, Gorman Alpha Psi Omego 4; YWCA 1, 2; CWA 2. 3, 4; Sigma Chi Sigma 2, 3, 4, Presidont 3; WAA I; Honor Society I, 2, 3, 4; 'You Con t Toko It With You" 2; "Angel Street" 2: "The Malo Anlmol" 3; "A Sunny Morning," director 2. JEAN JANCOSKI - - - Glonwood City Chemistry, French, Mathematics Mothomotics Club 3, 4, Vico-Prosidont 3; Honor Socioty 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 4. ORVILLE JOHNSON - - Lake 8enton, Minn. Mathematics, Physics, English Students Votcron Association 4; Mathematics Club 2, 3, 4, President 3; Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3, 4. Class of 195 I NORMA JULIAN .... Hudson Primary Education YWCA 1. 2. 3. 4; CWA 2 3. 4; Sigma Chi Sigma 3, 4. Treasure 4; Honor Society 3, 4; ACE 3 4: Me let eon 3, 4. BETTY KANE .... Maiden Rock Primory Education Newman Club I, 2. 3. 4; CWA 3, 4; WAA I; A Capcllo Choir I, 2, 3. DALE KANNEL ... Spring Valley Biology, Physical Education, English Newman Club 2, 3. 4; R Club 2. 3, 4, Vice-President 4; Baseball I. 2, 3, 4; Basketball I, 2, 3. 4; Intramural Sports I, 2, 3, 4. DONALD KASSERA ... Plum City Mathemotlcs Club I, 2, 3, 4; Intramural Sports I, 2. 3, 4. Twenty-sevenDAVID KERWIN - R'vor Falls History, English, Science Marquette University 2; Ncwmcn Society 2, 3, 4; international Relations 3, 4; Intramural Sports 1, 2. 3. 4. KENNETH KLANDERMAN - - Baldwin Agriculture Education, Science YMCA I. 2, 3; FFA 2, 3. 4; Student Veterans Association I; Mixed Chorus I. RICHARD KLATT - - - Clear Lake - Chcmislry, Mathomotics, Economics Malhomatics Club I. 2, 3, 4, Vicc-Prosldont 4; Student Vetorons Association I; Baseball 4; Volloyball 3, 4; Intromural Sports I, 2, 3, 4. JOHN KLISIEWICZ - Stanley Agriculture Education, Science FFA 1, 2, 3, 4; Newman Club I, 2, 3, 4; Intramural Sports I, 2. 3, 4; Prom Committee 3; Winter Carnival King 4. The Senior CYRIL KLUEVER .... West Bend History, English, Science University of Wisconsin I; Morquotto University 2. KARL KOCHER .... West Bend History, Spooch, Gorman Alph Psi Omoga 4; Gorman Club 3, 4; Masquers 3, 4; Student Votorans Association 1, 2, 3, 4. Treasurer 4; "Male Animal" 3; "Hamlet" 4; Homecoming Committee 4. LORNA KRIESEL - Stillwater, Minn. English, Sociol Science, Science University of Minnesota I; YWCA 2; CWA 2, 3, 4; WAA 2; Palette Club I; Mixed Chorus 3; Mcloteon 4; Student Voico 4; Prom Committee 3. NORMA KRIESEL - - - Stillwater, Minn. Elementory Education University of Mlnnosoto I; VWCA 1, 2,. 3, 4’ WAA 1,2; Mixed Chorus 3; Meleteon 4; Studont Twenty-eightCAROL LANOBERG Glcnwood City Elemontory Education YWCA 2. 3, 4, Coblnot 2. 3; CWA 2, 3. 4, Vice-President 3, President 4; Sigma Chi Slgmo 2, 3. 4; ACE I, 2. 3, 4, Trooiurer 2; A Capolla Choir 2. 3, 4, Secretory 3. CHARLES LARSON ... River Foil Agriculture Education, Science YMCA 2, 3; FFA I. 2. 3. 4; Toostmostcrs Club 4; Prom Committee 3; Homecoming Committee I. MURIEL LARSON - Borron Elementary Education YWCA 2. 3. 4. Secretory 4; CWA 2. 3. 4, Executive Board 4; ACE 4; Bands 2. 3, 4, Secretary 4; A Ccpclto Choir 4; Mixed Chorus 3; Orchestra 2. 3, Business Mcnogcr 3; Prom Committee 3; Homecoming Attendant 3. GERALO LENANDCR ... Clayton Agriculture Education, Science Class Of 1951 STEVEN LENGELL - Rocin0 Social Science, Physical Education, English Ncwmon Club I, 2, 3, 4; Toastmasters Club 4; Men's Glee Club 1. GiRALD McAULAY - - - River Falls Elemontory Education Nswmon Club I, 2, 3, 4; Intramural Sport 1; Student Voice 2. ELMER MABRY - Ccnturio Agriculture Education, Science C LET US MACCOUX .... Brussels Twenty-rune Agriculture Education, ScienceDELORES MADSEN River Foils Elementory Education YWCA 1. 2. 3. 4; CWA 2. 3, 4; WAA I; Mathematics Club I; Palette Club 3. 4; Muced Chorus 3. Secretary 3; Homecoming committee 3, 4; Prom Committee 3. RUSSELL MAGNUSON - - Turtle Lake Mathematics, Chemistry, English YMCA 1. 2, 3, 4; Mathematics Club 2. 3. 4; Honor Society 1. 2, 3, 4. GORDON MARTINSON ... Holcombe History, English, Geography Student Veterans Association I, 2, 3. 4; International Relations 3, 4; Toastmasters Club 4. HAROLD MASON - - - - River Falls Geography, Science. English Sudent Veterans Association 2, 3, 4; international Relations 4. The Senior HOWARD MATTHIAS ... Crete, III. History, Physical Education Football 3, 4; Boteboll 3, 4; Intramural Sports 3. 4; Prom Committee 3; Homecoming Committee 3 4. EVERETT METCALF ... Greenwood Agriculture Education, Science Eau Clone Teachers College 1; FFA 2, 3, 4; Donclng Club 3: Toostmostcrs Club 4, Secretory 4; Honor Socioty 4; Intramural Sports 3. EDWARD MEWS..............................Unity Agriculture Educotion, Science FFA 3, 4; YMCA 3; Student Veterans Association I, 2. 3, 4; Intramural Sports I, 2. 3, 4. DONAL MILES .... River Falls History, English, Physical Educotion Student Vetorons Association 3, 4; R Club 1, 2, 3. 4; Botoball I, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2. 3; Intramural Sports I, 2, 3, 4; Prom Committee 3: Homocomlna Committee 2, 3; Winter Carnival Committee 3. ThirtyNorth frocdom MANLEY MILLER - Agriculture Education, Science FFA I, 2. 3. 4; YMCA I, 2. 3. 4. Cabinet 3. 4. WILLARD MORGAN ... Beecher. III. Geography, Physical Education, Social Science Illinois Stato Normol I, 2; R Club 3, 4: Baseball I, 2, 3, 4; Footboll I, 2, 3, 4; Intramural Sports I, 2, 3, 4. ELLEN MORROW .... River Falls Secondary Education Masquers 2; YWCA 1, 2, 3. 4; CWA 2. 3. 4; Dancing Club 4; Recreation Club 4, Secretary 4; WAA 1, 2, 3. 4; Wesley Leogue I. 2. 3, 4; Prom Committee 1; w.ntcr Carnival Committee 3; Homecom.no Attendant 4. MICHEAL MRAVICK .... Lublin Agriculture Education, Science FFA I, 2, 3, 4; Newman Club I, 2. 3; Intramural Sports I. 2, 3. 4; Boicboll 4; Student Veterans Association 2, 3. KEITH NELSON - Dousmon Agriculture Education, Science FFA 1. 2, 3, 4; YMCA I. 2. .3, VTreo Intramural Sports 2, 3, 4; Student Voice Siror 3;' . 3. 4. LYMAN OMAN............................Amery Mathematics, Chemistry, Economics St. Olaf College I; YMCA 3, 4; Dancing Club 4; Mathematics Club 3, 4. LAVERNE PALMBERG - Amery Agriculture Education, Science Gustavus Adolphus College I; FFA 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 4; Honor Society 3, 4; Intramural Sports I. 2, 3. 4. ROBERT PATRIKUS - - - Cllntonville Agriculture Education, Science FFA I, 2, 3. 4; Newman Club I. 2, 3. 4: Honor Socioty I, 2, 3. 4; IntromuraT Sports I, 2. 3, 4; Homecoming Committee I; Prom Committee 3; Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities 4. Thirty-oneStar Prairio mm ALAN PEABODY English, Speech. French University of Wisconsin Extcns n 1; AffQ.P Omega 3. 4; Masquers 2. 3, 4 Vice-PreSKfent 4 Honor Society 2,3, 4; A Capclla Choir 2, 3, 4, "ySS C 't Take lit With You"3; "The Importance of Being Ernest" 4; "Three Men on a Horse" 4; "Hamlet" 4; First Flight 3. Co-editor 3. MAXINE PEARSON - - - MoitHn Rock Primary Education YWCA 1. 2; CWA 2. 3, 4; Sigma Chi Sigma 3, 4-Honor Society 3. I. ACE 1 2, 3, 4; Sludonl Voice 1; Homocoming Committco 3. ROBERT PICKERING - Fromlngham, Mass. English, History, French Boston University 1; Alpha Psi Omega 3. 4; Masquers 3, 4; Sludonl Veterans Association 3. 4; International Rotations 2, 3, President 3; "Othollo" 3; "No Exit" 4; "Molo Animal" 3- "Hamlot" 4; "Emporor's Now Clothes" 4; First Flight 2, 3, 4, Editor 3; Homocoming Commltleo 3. ROBERT POTOSNAK - - - Clayton Agriculture Education, Scionco FFA I, 2. 3, 4; YMCA 4; Intramural Sports 1, 2, i, 4; Mon's Gleo CClub I; Student Volco 2, 3. 4; First Flight 3. The S e n i CLAYTON QUALLEY - - Luverne, Minn. Elementary Education PAUL RADTKE - Red Wing, Minn. Chemistry. English Alpha Psi Omega 3, 4; German Club 1. 2. 3, President 3; Masquers 3. 4: R Club 2. 3. 4; Boseboll 3. 4; Football I, 2, 3. 4; Intramural Sports I. 2. 3, 4: 'Mole Animal" 3; "Othello 3; "Just Two Men" 4; "Voice of the Turtle 3; "Three Men on a Horse" 4; "Hamlet" 4; First JOHN RINGSTAD - Bimamwood Agriculture Education, Science FFA 2, 3, 4; YMCA 2; Student Veterans Association 2, 3, 4. Vice-President 3. JAMES ROBEY - River Foils Thirty-two Agriculture Education, ScienceDONALD ROGNESS Ettrick Agriculture Education, Science FFA 1, 2. 3. 4, Vice-President 4; Bosketboll 1; Intrcmural Sports 1, 2. 3, 4. PAUL ROSANDICK - Granton Secondary Education JAMES RUSSELL - - - New Richmond Science, Music, English Newman Club I, 2, 3; Class Secretary 1; Closs Vice-President 3; Bonds 2, 3, 4; A Copello Choir I, 2, 3, 4; Folconnaires Orchostra 3, 4; Prom Committee 3; Homecoming Committee i, i, o, ». ROBERT SALMON - - - Cylon Mathematics, Physical Education, English Newman Club I, 2, 3; Mathematics Club 1, 2, 3, 4; R Club 3, 4, Secretary 4; Intramural Sports I. 2. 3, 4; Bosoball 1. 2, 3, 4. ass Of 1951 CHARLES SARGENT - Hager City Agriculture Education, Science YMCA I, 2, 3, Cabinet 2; FFA I, 2. 3. 4; A Ccpclla Choir I, 2. 3, 4; Men's Glee Club 1. 2; Prom Committee 3. EWALO SCHARRSCHMIDT - - Medford Elementory Education Taylor County Normol 1. 2; Rural Life Club 2; Dancing Club 4; ACE 4; A Copello Choir 4. EDWIN SCHWEITZER - - - Antigo Agriculture Education, Science Masquers 2, 3; Homecoming Committoo 3, 4; Prom Committee 3; "You can't Toke it With You" 2; "Hamlet" 4. WILLIAM SHAFER .... Amery Agriculture Education, Sclonco FFA I, 2, 3, 4; Nowmon Club I, 2, 3; Men's Gleo Club 1; Intramural Sports I, 2, 3, 4; Homecoming Committoo 3. Thirty-threoBUD SHERVEY Rico Loko Elementary Education Student Veteran Association I, 2, 3, 4; Mothe-matic Club 2. 3; Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3. 4; Mixod Chorus 3, Business Manager 3; Men's Glee Club I, 2; Homocoming Committee 2, 3. MARJORIE SMITH - Malden Rock Pr.mory Education YWCA I, 2: ACE I. 2. 3. 4. Secretary 4; Honor Society 2, 3, 4; Homecoming Committee 2. RALPH SOBOTTKE . - - Maiden Rock Mathematics, Physics, German Mathematics Club I, 2, 3, 4; Student Veterons Association I, 2, 3, 4; Intramural Sports I, 2, 3, 4, DONALD STANFORD ... Chetek Agriculture Education, Science FpA y 2, 3, 4; student Veterons Association The S e n i PAUL SYLLA .... Independence Agriculture Education, Science FFA 1, 2. 3. 4, Vice-President 3; Newman Club I. 2, 3, 4; Student Veterans Association 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretory 3; Intromurol Sports 2, 3, 4. KIRBY SYMES ... - River Fells History, Phyvcol Education, English international Relations I, 2. 3; R Club 2. 3. 4: Class Treasurer I; Class President 4; Intramural Sports 1, 2. 3, 4; Prom Committee 3: Student Senate 4; Homecoming Committee I. 4. HAROLD TECH - New London Agriculture Education, Science FFA I. 2. 3. 4; Honor Society 1. 2. 3. 4; Closs president 3; Intromurol Sports I, 2. 3, 4; Men s Glee Club I; Prom Committee 3; Homecoming Committee 2. 4; Student Senate 3. ARALDA THAYER ... River Foils History, English, German German Club I, 2. 3, Secretory 2, 3; Masquers I, 2. 3, 4, Secretory 4; Honor Society I, 2, 3, 4; YWCA I 2. 3; CWA 2. 3. 4; Dancing Club 4; International Relations I, 2. 3, Treasurer 3: "Othello" 3: "The Flattering Word" 3; "The Emperor's New Clothes" 4; "Hamlet" 4; Meleteon 3. 4; Student Voice 3. Thirty-fourJOSEPH TRENTER Webster Secondary Education Masquers 3, 4; Honor Society 3. 4; "Three Men on a Horse" 4; "Hamlet" 4; "The Importance of Being Ernest" 4; Alpha Psi Omega 4. DONALD TRIEBENSEE ... Cascade Agriculture Education, Science FFA 1, 2, 3. 4, Vice-President 4; Honor Society I, 2. 3, 4; Gommo Delta 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 3, Socrotary 4; Class Treasurer; 3; Prom Committee 3; Who's Who in American Colleges and Unlversit ies 4. DONALD TRIPP .... River Falls Agriculture Education, Science FFA I, 2, 3, 4; Neman Club 3; Veterans Association 3; Homecom.ng Committee 3. LEONA UBBELOHDE - - - River Falls Primary Education Sigma Chi Sigma 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3; ACE I, 2, 3, 4, President 4; Masquers I. Class Of 1951 ELLEN VANDEBERG - - - Boldwin English Social Science, French La Corel Francois 1, 2, 3- 4. Secretary 3, 4; YWCA I. 2; CWA I. 2. 3, ■4. Secretary 4; Sigma Chi Sigma 4; Honor Society I. 2, 3, 4. Bands 12 3, 4; Orchestra 3; Prom Committee 3. JAMES VAN TATENHOVE - - - MdM Mathematics, Economics, English Mathematics Chib 1-2; IPi KomMta 4; R Olub 2, 3, 4; YMCA 2; Debote 3, 4; Trock I, 2. 3, 4. Bands 2. ROBERT VON HADEN Tomoh Agriculture Education, Science FFA I. 2. 3. 4 Secretary 3; N® "'®" Q ib 1. 2; Honor Society 2, 3, 4; Intramurol Sports I, 2. 3. BEVERLY WALDEN - - Hostings, Minn. Elementory Education Chi Sigma 4; WAA .2-‘ CWA 3, 4; Sigma ACE 3, 4. Thirty-hve JANET WATKINS - Rock Elm Elementary Education ACE I. 2. 3. 4, Vice-President 3; YWCA I. 2. 3, 4. Trcovurcr4; CWA 2, 3. 4; Sigma Chi Sigma 3, 4; Orchestra 2. 3; Mcletcon 3. 4. ROBERT WEBER .... Vlroqua Agriculture Education, Science FFA 2, 3. 4. Parliament 4; YMCA 3. 4, Secretary 4; Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3, 4; Bands I. 2. 3. 4, President 4; Men's Glee Club 2; Mixed Chorus 3, 4; Orchestra I, 2. 3, 4; Prom Committee 3- NILES WESTBY Red Wing, Minn. Agriculture Education, Science FFA I, 2, 3. 4; Student Veterans Association 4; Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3, 4. JOHN WIFF ... - Spring Volloy Chemistry, Mathematics, English YMCA I: Honor Society 4; Intramural Sports 2, 3, 4; Mon's Glee Club 1; Mixed Chorus 2, 3; "You Con't Take it With You" 2; Homecoming Commlttoe 2. The Senior DEAN WILKINS - - - - River Falls Biology. Geography, English Student Senote I; Class President I; Intramural Sports 1. 2, 3. 4. WILLIAM WISOOM - - Los Angeles. Calif. Social Science. English. Psychology R Club 2. 3. 4; Intramural Sport Prom Committee Baseball 1; Football I, 2, 3, 4; s 1. 2. 3. 4; "Homlet" 4; 3. DEANE WOELFFER - - - Sheboygan Agriculture Education, Science R Club 1.2. 3, 4; FFA 2. 3. 4- Football 3.. 4; Track 2. 3; Intramural Sports 2. 3; Homecoming Committee 4. LLOYD WOLFE - Arcadia Agriculture Education, Scionco St. Mary's Collego, Winona, Minn., 1, 2; Student Voice 3; Class Vico President 4; FFA 3. 4, Secretary 4; Footboll 4; Nowman Club 2, 3, 4; R Club 3, 4; Intramural Sports 2, 3, 4. Thirty-sixn mT' €| ifZ::! M Class Of LE ROY YOUNG - - Cannon Folk. Minn Chemistry. Mathematics, English YMCA 1, 2. 3, 4; Mathematics Club 2. 3, 4. Treasurer 4; Toastmasters Club 4; Intramural Sports 2. RALPH ZABIL ... Stillwater. Minn. Science, Biology. English Newman Club 3. 4: Student Veterans Association 2. 3. 4, Secretary 4; Toastmasters Club 4. Social Committee Chairman 3. 4. PHYLLIS WURT2 BOCK ... Elmwood Elementary Education Newman Club 4; Rural Life Club 2; ACC 2. JAMES HELBERG ... River Foils Agriculture Education, Science FFA 2, 3. 4. 1951 jean McLaughlin ... Rivor Foils Elementary Education Masquers I; Newman Club I. 2, 3, 4; CWA r 3. 4. Vice-President 4: Class Secretory 3; J. 2. 3. 4. Secretory 3; "Kentucky Kaborov • V uden' Sf»»ote_ Secretary 4; Prom Committee t3imiSr»?s!ss.,crm1' '• ■ ’•«•- H°™- HAROLD LAUFENMRG - River Falls Social Science. Physical Education. English R Club 4; Footboll I, 2. 3. 4; Infromurol Sports I. 2. 3. 4. DONALD MATTSON i Neillsville Secondary Education Student Voice 2. 3, 4, Editor 4; Meletean 4: Homecoming Committee 3, 4. KEITH SOMMERFCLD - . Chippewa Foils Agriculture Education. Science Eou Claire Teochcrs College I, 2; FFA 3. 4. Thirty-sevenFirst row (left to right): DICK ALEXANDER. Agriculture. Menomonic; GORDON ANDERSON, Agriculture. Bloir; JOE ANDERSON. Secondory. Pepin; RONALD BACKES, Agriculture, Now London; JOHN BURGESS, Secondary, Washington, D.C. Second row (left to right): BARBARA BURMAN, Elementary, Amery; ROBERT CARLSON, Agriculture, Bloomer; EILEEN CARUFEL, Pre-Professional, Somerset; BILL COLLINS. Secondory. Hostings, Minn.; VIVIEN CONNELLY, Elementory. New Richmond. Third row (left to right): DELMAR DIETSCHE, Secondo'y, Bloomer; ERWIN DOSCH, Secondary, Amery; EDGAR DROGEMULLER. Agriculture, Preston, Minn.; CLIFFORD EHLERS, Secondary, Sturgeon Boy; OSCAR EITLAND, Secondory. Wilson. Fourth row (left to -ight): JERRY ELLEFSON, Elementory Ridgelond; BOB ENGEBRETSON, Elementary, Black River Foils; ROY ESSER, Agriculture, Compbellsport; ELAINE FICK, Secondary, Wilton; ERNIE GAY, Pre-Professionol, Owen. Thirty-eigrtFirst row (left to right): GENE GILBERTSON. Secondary. Clear Lake; DAVID GRAFF, Secondary, Somerset; KATHIE HAESSLY, Elementary, Ellsworth; JACK HANSON, Secondary, Hudson; HARLEY HARKNESS, Elementary, Danbury. Second row (left to right): AL HAWKINSON. Secondary. Rive' Falls; ROY HEGLMEIER, Secondary, Medford; ED HOLDORF, Secondary, Rico Lake; OMAR HUBBARD. Agriculture, Fort Atkinson; MARY HUNT, Elementary. La Crosse. Third row (left to right): DONALD JACOBSON, Elementary. Horton; BEVERLY JENSON. Elementary, River Falls; BEVERLY ANN JENSON. Secondary. River Falls. Fourth row (loft to right): ARNOLD JOHNSON, Agrlulturc. New Richmond; AUDREY JOHNSON, Elementary. Pepin; BERNARD JOHNSON, Secondary, River Falls. Fifth row (left to right): CY RASTER. Secondary. St. Paul. Minn.; IVAN KITTEL, Agriculture, New Richmond; DONALD LABCRGE. Agriculture. Ladysmith. Thirty-First row (left to right): JOE LAVOIE, Agriculture, Knopp; GLORIA LEVIN, Elementory, Turtle Lake; BILL LINDENBURGER, Unclassified, River Falls; BERNARD LIUM, Secondary, Barron; ALICE LUCK, Secondary, Milwaukee. Second row (left to right): HOWARD McCARTY, Agriculture, New Auburn; GEORGE MELBY, Agriculture, Ettrich; DALE METCALF, Agriculture, Greenwood; RAYMOND MILLER, Agriculture, Prairie Form; EDWARD MINOT, Agriculture, Bruce. Third row (left to right): ERNEST MOSBACK, Agriculture, Cable; AMBROSE MURPHY, Pre-Professionol, River Falls; HAROLD MONETTE, Secondary, Bessemer, Mich.; TENNY NEPRUD, Secondary, Boscobcl; DALE NESTIGEN, Agriculture, Blair. Fourth row (left to right): FRANCIS OAS, Elementary, River Falls; EDITH OLSON, Elementary, New Richmond; BEVERLY OLSON, Elementary, Turtle Lake; RALPH OLSON, Secondary, Mcnomonie; CHARLES PACE, Secondary, River Falls. The Junior Class FortyFirst row (left to right): EARL PASCHALL, Elementary, Forest Park. III.; JEROME PEABODY, Secondary, St. Paul. Minn.; GERALD PETERSON, Elementary, Drummond; HELEN PETERSON, Elementary, New Richmond; LEE PRENTICE. Pre-Profcssionol. Cornell. Second row (left to right): JACK QUINNELL, Agriculture, Knoron; DWAYNE RASMUSSEN, Agriculture, Amery; VIVIAN RILEY, Ele-mentory, Menomonie; BARBARA RONNINGEN, Elementary, River Falls; FRANK ROSKOS, Agriculture. Independence. Third row (left to right): ALLAN RYDMARK, Agriculture, Lodysmith; ED SLUZEWSKI, Pre-Professional, Owen; HUBERT SMITH, Agriculture. River Falls. Fourth row (left to right): JOYCE STAPLETON, Secondary, River Falls; LEROY STERN, Secondary, Hastings, Minn.; SIG SWANSON, Secondary, Mason. Fifth row (left to right): WILLIAM THALDORF. Agriculture. Fountain City; ROBERT THORSON. Secondary. Blair; IRENE TILLER. Secondary. Menomonie. - . Forty-oneFirst row (left to right): BILL TILSNER, Elementary, St. Poul, Minn.; DON TORGERSON, Secondory, Stoughton; DON TREWARTHA, Pre-Professional, Neillsville. Second row (left to right): AL USACK, Secondory, Giimen; PETER WALLENDAL, Agriculture, Woupun; VIRGINIA WEATHERHEAD, Elementary, New Richmond. Third row (left to right): CHARLES WEBER, Secondary, Menomonie; EARL ADAMS, Secondary, River Falls; MARGARET ANDERSON, Secondary, Osceola. Fourth row (left to right): DONALD GOODRICH, Elementary, River Falls; MARY LOU RILEY, Secondary, Ellsworth. The Junior Class of 1951 Forty-twoMiss Irma Hathorn watches as the cornerstone for "Hathorn Hall ' the new girls' dormitory, is swung into place for ceremonies on December 11. The box which Miss Hothorn inserted in the cornerstone contained o 1950 Mcleteon, a history of the college by Dr. Ames, a 1950-51 student-faculty directory, the lotest catalogue of the school, and the alumni bulletins for the post five years. Forty-threeFirst row (left to right): BEVERLY AABY, Pre-Professional, Ellsworth; HERBERT AFDAHL, Pre-Professional, Hammond; JEAN ALLIE, Secondary. Ellsworth; KENNETH AMES. Agriculture, River Foils; RONALD AMES. Secondary, Ellsworth. Second row (left to right): WILLIAM AMUNDSON. Elementory, Clear Loke; DELBERT ANDERSON, Secondary. Stockholm; OWEN ANDERSON. Agriculture, Star Prairio; JAMES ASHLEY, Unclassified, Chippewa Falls; JOHN AU6SBURGER. Secondary, Fond du Loc. Third row (loft to right): PAUL BECKEL, Agriculture, Kosoto, Minn.; NANCY BEHRENS. Secondary, Rice Loke; DOUG BERLAND, Pre-Professional. Pepin; MARY LOU BINKOWSKI. Rural. Elmwood; SIDNEY BJORKMAN, Agriculture, Boyceville. Fourth row (left to right): JEAN 8JORNSON, Elementary, Stanley; JO ANNE BJORNSTAD, Elementory, Ellsworth; WANDA BJURQUIST. Unclassified, Stockholm; PATRICIA BLADEL, Rural, Owen; JAMES BLUM, Pre-Professional, Mondavi. The Sophomore Class Forty-fourOf 1951 First row (left to right): WILHELM BORGSTROM, Agriculture, Amery; CHARLES BRAUN, Agriculture, Sorooo; WILLIAM BRIMER. Secoodory, Menomonie; LAWRENCE CARLSON, Pre-Professionol. Fence; ROBERT CHADWICK, Secondary, Greenwood. Second row (loft to right): JAMES CHAFFEE, Socondary, Menomonie; MARLYS COB IAN, Unclassified, River Falls; RUTH DAVIS, Elementary, Spring Valley; VERNON DAVIS, Pre-Professionol. Hoyword; DONALD DECKER, Agriculture. Greenwood. Third row (left to right): CAROL DOFFING, Pre-Professionol, River Falls; DALE DOPKINS, Elementory, River Falls; HEATHER DOPKINS. Elemontory, Norwalk. Fourth row (left to right): GERALD EASTON, Agriculture, Footville; ROBERT ERICKSON, Agriculture, Clear Lake; OLIVE ESANBACK. Elementory, Spring Valley. Fifth row (left to right): WILBUR FALKENTHAL, Secondary, Cumberland; LLOYD FELTES, Agriculture, Arcodio; BRUCE FIEDLER, Agriculture, Osseo. Forty-fiveFirst row (left to right): MARILYN FIEDLER, Elementary, Prescott; JAMES FONTAINE, Agriculture, Brussels; RUTH FOSTER. Secoodory, River Foils; PAUL GAUSTAD, Secondary, Secondary, River Falls; ANNETTE GERAETS, Elementary, Elmwood. Second row (left to right): JOHN GREENQUIST, Secondary, St. Croix Falls; WILLIAM GREER, Rurol, Elmwood; ARTHUR HAGEMAN. Secondary, Ellsworth; WILLARD HAYSTROM. Secondary, Arbor Vitoe; VERDAYNE HANSON. Secondary, Osseo. Third row (loft to right): GENE HARTMAN, Agriculturo, Clintonville; VILAS HENDERSON, Pre-Professlonol, Bimamwood; LOU ANNE HENDRICKSON, Elementary, Osceolo; JEAN HERALD, Elementary, Baldwin; JEROME HYTRY, Agriculture, Dancy; Fourth row (left to right): JACK JACOBSON. Secondary, St. Croix Foils; IVAN JAHR, Unclassified, Spring Volley, LAVONNE JENNINGS, Rurol. River Foils; LLOYD JENNINGS. Secondary, Frederic; DONALD JENSEN, Agriculture, LoForge. The Sophomore Class Fortv-sixOf 1951 First row (left to right): BOB JENSEN. Prc-Professionol, River Falls; DAVID JOHNSON. Agriculture, La Cross ; DONALD JOHNSON. Pre-Professional. Pepin; EARL JOHNSON. Elementary. Whitehall; CAROL JONES. Elementary, Amery. Second row (left to right): DONNA JONES. Secondary. River Fells; DONNA KAHUT, Elementary. River Foils; JOE KAHUT, Unclassified, Riiver Falls; RUEBEN KAISER. Agriculture. Wells. Minn.; GENE KIND. Pre-Professional. River Foils. Third row (left to right): ALF KIRKEENG. Agriculture, Rockland; LAVONA KLECKER, Elementary, Elmwood; ROGER KNIEFF, Elementary, Frederic. Fourth row (left to right): CALVIN KRAMER. Agriculture, Waldo; THERESA KRAPf, Rural. Greenwood; DELORES KREUZlGER. Elementary, River Foils. Fifth row (left to right): DOROTHY KVAPIL, Rurol. River Falls; WAYNE LAFFERTY. Rural, Osccolo; LLOYD LAINE, Agriculture, Iron River, Mich. Forty-sevenFirs? row (left to right): MARY LANTZ. Rurol, Ellsworth; EILEEN LARSON. Rurol. Ellsworth; JOHN LEADHOLM. Elementcry, Amery; GILBERT LILLY. Pre-Professional. Barron; ARDELL LINNERUO. Agriculture, Whitehall. Second row (left to right): DALE LIUM, Secondary, Barron; ROGER LOCKE, Unclassified, Borron; PATRICIA LOKKER, Rural, Baldwin; ARVIN LOVAAS, Unclassified, Hudson; DONNA LOWATER, Elementary, Spring Valley. Third row (left to right): GEORGE McKENZlE, Secondary. St. Croix Falls; MILTON MARTINSON, Secondory, Holcombe; AMY MEL IN, Unclassified. Luck; ROMONA MEYER, E lament ory. River Falls; RAYMOND MOORE, Agriculture, Cotawb. , Fourth row (left to right): LESTER MUCKENHIRN, Pre-Professional, Hudson. JIM MURPHY, Pre-Professional, Ellsworth; DON NELSON, Secondary, Hammond; GENEVIEVE OLSON, Elementary, Amery; GALEN PALMBERG, Elementary, Amery. The Sophomore Class © • m 0 l!j ¥.x dri c r Sn l Sj It ■ Wr i p Forty-eightOf 1951 First row (left to right): NORMAN PARKER. Rural. Ncccdoh; ARLENE PECHACEK. Elementary. Hogcr City; MARILYN PEDERSON. Elementary, Amery; ROBERT PERRY. Scondary. Block River Falls; DORIS PETERSON. Rural, Baldwin. Second row (left to right): MABEL PETERSON, Elementary, Stanley; MERRILL PlIERNER, Agriculture, Jonosville; ALICE QUESNELL, Ele-mentory, Stanley; THOMAS QUINLAN. Pre-Professional. New Richmond; JOHN REQUE. Pre-Professional. Spring Volley. Third row (left to right): BARBARA RICH. Rural, Chetek; EVERETT ROBERTS, Pro-Professional. Ct. Croix Foil ; NANCY RYDBERG. Rural, Shell Loke. Fourth row (left to right): JIM SAUERMAN. Agriculture .Sporto; KEITH SCHMIDT, Secondary, Lodywmfh; PHILLIP SCHMIDT. Agri-culture, Lodysmith. Fifth row (left to right): DONALD SC HOE DEL, Agriculture. West Bend; MARY SHANNON, Elementary. Ellsworth. MARILYN SIELAFF VAN TATENHOVE. Unclassified. River Falls. Forty-nine First row (left to right): MELVIN SLIND, Unclossified, Downing; PEGGY SMITH, Elementary. River Foils; ARTHUR SOLIE, Prc-Profcs-sionol, Augusta; GERMAINE STEEN. Elementary. Ellsworth; VERNON STEIMETZ. Secondary. Bloomer. Second row (left to right): MARILYN STONE AMES. Elementary. River Foils; JAMES SUERING. Agriculture. Tigerton; CHARLES SWANSON, Secondary. Conroth; ROBERT SWANSON. Secondary. Moson; GERALD SWEET, Unclassified, Tomoh. Third row (left to right): LOIS SWENSON, Elementary, Amery; HERBERT TAUCHEN, Agriculture, Dorchester; ELEANOR THOMPSON, Secondary, Hudson; VIRGINIA THOMPSON, Elementory, Chippewa Falls; ARDEN THORSBAKKEN, Pre-Professional, Barron. Fourth row (left to right): ENNO TOOMSOLU, Secondary. River Falls; GARDA TRAYNOR, Rural, Elmwood; JAMES VANDEBERG, Secondary, Baldwin; PAUL VAN SOMEREN, Secondary, Baldwin; ROBERT VOGEL, Secondary, St. Paul, Minn. The Sophomore Class fiftyFirst row (left to right): GLORIA VOGWILL, Rural. Chicago. III.; NANCY WELLS. Elementary. Chippewa Foils; PAUL WILLINK. Secondary. Baldwin. Second row (left to right): BRUCE WINCENSTEN, Pro-Professional, Bimomwood; JUNE CLARK, Elementary, Osceola; THOMAS KEALY, Elementary, River Foil . Third row (left to right): DON NELSON. Secondary. Hammond; AUDREY SWENSON. Elementory. Ellsworth; BEVERLY SWENSON. Elementary, Ellsworth. Fourth row (left to right): MARY TANNER, Elementory, Elmwood; PATRICIA VAN HORN, Elementary, Hudson. Fifty-oneFirst row (left to right): BARBARA AABY, Elementary, Woodvillo; CAROL ANDERSON. Unclassified, Clayton; ROBERT ANDERSON, Elementary, Lewis;; FRANCIS ANDRUS, Agriculture, Sparta; PAT BAGGOT. Unclassified, Wisconsin Dells. Second row (left to right): JAMES BARBER, Pre-Professional, Hayword; DONNA BARINGER, Rural, Welch, Minn.; DAISY BOE, Elementary, Deer Park; MARLYS BOLIN .Rural, Bay City; ARCHIBALD BOURNE, Agriculture, Durand. Third row (left to right): KENNETH BROWN, Agriculture, Balsam Lake; ROBERTA BUCHANAN, Secondary, New Auburn; RAYMOND BUCKEGER, Agriculture, Butternut; JEAN BOLOW, Unclassified, Amery; JUAN CARO, Agriculture, Rio Grande, Texas. Fourth row (left to right): JEAN CATURIA, Elementory, Maiden Rock; JAMES CERELLO, Secondary, Stillwater. Minn.; DONALD DANIELSON, Unclassified, River Falls; MARGERY DEANS, Secondary, Hammond; HELEN DIETZLER Elementary, Weston. The SophOf 1951 First row (left to right): WILLIAM OROLLINGER. Agriculture. Aubun-HAROLD ERICKSON. Pre-Profcsuonal. Aniwo; THELMA ERICK-SON. Unclassified. Hudson; ALAN ESPELIEN. Pre-Professional. Frederic; DONALD FICK. Unclassified, Wilton. Socond row (left to right): RICHARD FORTHUN. Unclassified. Spring Volley; JOHN FOSS. Agriculture. Ettrick; ELIZABETH FRANK. Elc-•"•ntory. River Foils; LAWTON GENTRY, Agriculture. River Foils; DONALD GIBBS, Agriculture, Delovon. Third row (left to right): ROBERT GIFFORD. Agriculture. Hudson; CARLOS GITLER, Agriculture. Mexico City. Mexico; JACQUELINE GREENE, Unclassified, River Foils. Fourth row (left to right): ROBERT GUELDNER, Secondary, Spring Volley; OLIVER GUEST, Unclassified, Red Wing, Minn.; MARY HAESSLY, Elementary, Ellsworth. Fifth row (left to right): JOHN HALL. Unlossificd. Mahtomedi. Minn.; EVANGELINE HARWELL, Unclassified, Hudson; MARGARET HELMER. Secondary, Plymouth. Fifty-threeFirs row (left to right): VIRGINIA HERTEL. Unclossified, Webster; RALPH HILL. Prc-Profcssionol. Poskin; ANNIE HOOPER. Unclossified. Mexico City. Mexico; GAYLE JACOBSON, Secondory. Wilson; CYRIL JENSEN, Agriculture, Milltown. Second row (left to right): LOUANNE JOHANSEN. Rural, Milltown; RICHARD JOHNSON, Unclossified, Rice Loke; DUANE JULIOT, Unclossified, Stockholm; GERALD KAPAUN, Unclossified, Hudson; RUDY KUHN, Elementory, Durand. Third row (left to right): DONNA KUSILEK. Elementory, River Foils; DONALD LANDBERG, Unclossified. Glenwood City; BERKELY LARSON, Pre-Professional, Frederic; EVELYN LARSON, Rural, Baldwin; BETTY LARSON, Unclassified, Bruce. Fourth row (left to right): HUGO LEIDER. Pre-Professional. Wells; RICHARD LEIS, Agriculture, Coshton; LORRAINE LOOERMEIER. Rural, Amery; PATRICIA McCOLLOW. Elementory, River Foils; COR LAS MEIER, Agriculture, Curtiss. man Class Fifty-fcurof 1951 F-H row (left to right): JOHN MUELEMANS. Unclossified. Downing; GERALD MOTT, Secondary, Frederic; ALLEN NELSON, Agriculture, Plum City; CHARLES NELSON. Unclassified, Hudson; PATRICIA NELSON, Elementary, Stillwater, Minn, Second row (left to right): ROLAND NELSON, Unclossified, Ridgcland; RUSSELL NELSON, Agriculture, Delevan; CLAIR OLSON. Unclassified, Block River Falls; HAROLD OLSON, Elementary, Ellsworth; TED PECHACEK. Secondary, River Foils. Third row (left to right): LAWRENCE PEDERSON. Pre-Professional. Cumberland; KATHRYN PERSON, Unclassified. Hudson; MARILYN PETERSON, Pre-Professional. Moiden Rock. Fourth row (left to right): WILLIAM PlCKERlGN. Agriculture. Eou Claire; DELMER POLZlN, Agriculture. Bloomer. JARVIS PRATT. Agriculture, Bradford, Vt. Fifth row (left to right): DONNA REED, Elementary, River Falls; LUCILLE RIEKE. Elementary. Woodvillc; ED RINOfLEISCH, Unclassified. Mosince. Fifty-fiveFirst row (left to right): JEROME RIVARD, Agriculture, Deer Pork; KEN ROEN, Rural, River Foil ; JOHN ROMUNDSON. Agriculture, Amherst; NICK ROSANDICK. Agriculture. Gronton; ARDIS ROZEHNAL. Unclassified, River Falls. Second row (left to right): LORRIANE RUDESILL. Rurol, Boldwin; RITA RUEMMELE, Elementary, Hudson; JIN RUPERT. Secondary, River Foils; JUUANN RYAN, Elementory, Hudson; RAYMOND SCHIFIELD, Pre-Professional, Chetek. Third row (left to right): MARLYN SEEHAFER, Agriculture, Morshfield; MARY LOU SETTER, Rural, Amory; ROBERT SEVERSON, Agriculture, Eau Claire; ROGER SHANKS, Unclassified. Merrimac; HARLON SIEBRECHT, Elementary, Amery. Fourth row (left to right): ALICE SOMMERFIELD, Rurol. Chippewa Foils; EVEREST SONSALLA, Agriculture, Arcodio; GEORGE STOUT. Unclassified, Crete. III.; EUGENE SWANSON. Secondary, Hoger City; GENEVIEVE THANNUM, Elementory. Hayward. The Freshman Class Fifty-sisFirst row (left to right): DEAN THORNE. Rural. Dallas; RICHARD TIBBETT, Unclassified, Neillsville; HAROLD TURNER. Agriculture, Cedar Rapids. Iowa. Second row (left to right): JOANNE TURNER. Unclassified, Hammond; HOWARD WALHOVD, Pre-Professional. Birchwood; PAUL WEBSTER. Pre-Professional, Ellsworth. Third row (left to right): BETTY WISKERCHEN, Secondary, Pepin; FLORA WOODRUFF, Unclassified, Chippewa Foils; JANICE WURTZ. Unclassified. Elmwood. Fourth row (left to right): STANLEY BERGUM, Agriculture, Wheeler; PAT STEVENS, Unclassified, Minneopolis, Minn.; CAROLYN STYER, Unclassified, Menomonie. Fifty-sevenWORK ON DORM PROGRESSES This scene shows early stages of work being done on the girls' dormitory. The dormitory Is to be completed by this fall. Construction of the new dormitory, the first major building program at River Foils in the lost 25 years, was started July 31, 1950, shortly after the release of funds by Governor Oscar Rennebohm. Completion of the dormitory in time for use next fall will make possible the housing of opproximately 90 additional women students. Incorporated in the plans are an apartment for the housemother, a base-ment lounge, recreation room, first floor lobby and mail room, and four "date rooms." The two-story building will be faced with Bedford limestone to the first floor level and will have a decorative limestone trim around the three front entrances. The remainder will be of brick. Fifty-eigntFifty-nineSymes, Broun, Swanson, McLaughlin, Erickson, Vilstrup, Hanson, Gay, Knieff. THE STUDENT SENATE OFFICERS Lyle Erickson...........................................................President Jack Hanson........................................................... Vice-President Jean McLaughlin.........................................................Secretory Roger Knieff.............................................................Treasurer CLASS PRESIDENTS Kirby Symes................ .........................................Senior Class Sig Swanson..........................................................Junior Gloss Charles Braun........................................................Sophomore Closs John Foss...................................................... .......Freshman Class MEMBERS AT LARGE Lyle Erickson Jean McLaughlin Harley Harkness Dick Vilstrup Jack Hanson Rober Knieff Ernie Gay The Student Senate is the student governing body of the River Falls State Teachers Colleae. It consists of eleven members, seven of which are nominated and elected in May by the student body. The remaining four members are the class presidents. This group acts as a representative body to which are presented students needs and desires. The aims of the Student Senate are to promote the best interests of the college and to develop a spirit of cooperation and good fellowship throughout the school. The Senate receives the allotment from the activity fund and makes recommendations to the Senate appointed Social Committee for its disbursement. This Social Committee handles all social events. The editors of the student publications (the Student Voice, Meletean, and Student Directory) are elected by the Senate from nominations made by advisors of these publications. This year's biggest accomplishments were the purchase of a United Nations flag and amending the constitution. SbctyFront row: Hunt Armstrong, Lansing, Graanfiald; Back row: Binkowski, Ryan, Zabel, Bestul. THE SOCIAL COMMITTEE Chairman, Ralph Zabel The Social Committee, a sub-committee of the Student Senate, makes arrangements for and takes charge of all social functions throughout the year. Every function must be approved by this committee. The members are appointed by the Student Senate. Sixty-oneFront row: Meulemons, Thayer, Dr. Ames, Stern, Stapleton, Jenson, Swenson, Requo; Back row: Collins Pechacek, Dopkins, Gibbs, L. Kriescl, Nelson, N. Kriesel, Riley Julian, Berber. THE 1951 MELETEAN Editors ...................................................... Joyce Stapleton, LeRoy Storn Assistant ................................................................... Beverly Aaby Business Managor ............................................................ Dale Dopkins Sports ...................................................................... James Borber Art Work and Covor Design .......................................... Morllyn Von Totonhove Faculty ...................................................................... Aralda Thayer Organizations .................................................................. John Reque Classes ...................................................................... Germaine Steen Seniors ............................................ Jonet Wotkins, Norma Julian Juniors ............................................ Bill Collins, Arlene Pechacek Sophomores .................................................... Jo Ann Bjornstad Freshmen ......................................................... Virginia Hertel Agriculture ........................................................ Potor Wallendal Typists ...................................................... Norma Kricsol, Lorna Kriesel Photography .......... Donald Mattson, Donald Gibbs, Russoll Nelson, Brown and Shepard Proofreaders ............... Jean Allie, Mary Shannon, Mary Lou Riloy, Barbara Ronnigen Faculty Advisory Committee: Dr. Carloton C. Amos, Choirmon; Mr. Louis Kollmoyor; Mr. Wayne Wolfe. Sixty-twoFront row: Potosnak, Anderson, Wolfe, Mattson, Trcwortha, Jenson, Peterson, Luck; Back row: Eck, L. Kricscl, Gay, Hanson, Teclaw, N. Kriesel, Collins, Rcque. THE STUDENT VOICE Business Manager Feature Writers Ernie Gay Mary Eck Margaret Anderson Mary Ann Peterson William Collins Beverly Jenson Kathleen Krauth Lorna Kriesel Alice Luck Helen Peterson John Reque Barbara Ronningen Loraine Teclaw LeRoy Stern Araldo Thayer Donald Trewortha Lorna Kriesel Russell Nelson Faculty Adviser Sixty-thiccFront row: Meulemons, M. Peterson, M. Hoossly, J. Ryan, Styor, E. Geroets, Bock, Backcs; Socond row: McCollow, Binkowski, A. Geraets, Lantx, Kropf, Gay, Riley, Lodermeir, K. Hoossly, Peabody; Third row: Rivard, Pochacek, Rucmmclc, Shannon, Lokker, Bladel, Teclow, Hooper, Quinlan, Murphy, Collins, Weber, Ehlcrs, Kierstyn, Minot; Fourth row: Kleindl, Hytry, Valiga, Wiskorshon, S. Ryan, Ash, P. Nelson, Wurtz, Esscr, McLaughlin, Russell, Sonsalla, Felts; Back row: Riedel, Drollinger, Robert Potrikut, Klisiewicz, Rueben Patrikus. THE NEWMAN CLUB OFFICERS Ernie Gay.......................................... Ronald Bockes...................................... Shirley Ryan....................................... Kathryn Haessly.................................... Phyllis Bock....................................... Caroline Styer..................................... Mr. Robert Fisler.................................. Rev. Henry G. Shoney............................... Rov. Philip Stock President .Vice-President .Secretary •Treasurer .Social Chairman .Program Chairman Adviser Chaplains The purposes of Newman Clubs at non-Cotholic schools or colleges are to supplement the work of secular instruction, to give the Catholic students an opportunity to come together, and to guide their spiritual, religious, and social life. The Newman Club fosters a spirit of peace, harmony, and fellowship on the campus. Activities of the Newman Club include meetings on the second and fourth Tuesdays of each month, communion breakfasts and retreats once a term, holy hour once a month, business meetings by the council twice a month, and social meetings once a month which included hayrides and a barn dance. Sixty-fourFront row: G. Bohn, Mrs. Bohn, Triobonsco, Johnson, Paul, Groff. Allic, Amundson; Back row: Kalion, Schoadol, Motor, Thaldorf, Nord, Drogmullor, Torgcrson, Jenson, Borkor. Touchon. GAMMA DELTA OFFICERS Don Torgcrson ... Herr Touchon.— Jean Allie....... Don Schoedel_____ Eorl Johnson ..— Miss Ann Dubbe .President Vice-President Secretory .Treasurer Reporter Adviser The purpose of the local chapter of Gamma Delta is to learn and disseminate Christian knowledge and to improve relationships with other colleges throughout the country. Gamma Delta, a fraternal organization of Synodical Conference Lutheran students on college ampuses, was formed last year at River Falls. Sixty-livoFront row: Allie, Deans, Reed, E. Larson, Anderson, Peterson, Baringer; Second row: B. Olson, Weatherhead, Watkins, E. Anderson, B. Swenson, Esanback, Jancoski, Kreuziger; Back row: Lowater, Davis, Jenson, Johnson, M. Larson, Erickson, Londberg, Boardman, Julian, Klecker, Dahlberg, E. Olson. YOUNG WOMEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION OFFICERS Evelyn Andorson... Lovona Klecker.... Muriel Larson..... Janet Watkins..... Miss Akins........ Mrs. A. S. Johnson The year's activities for the YWCA began with "Y" Day shortly after school started. According to tradition we had our Big-and-Little-Sister Tea, the candlelight dedication service, a series of Bible studies, and the Puff-Pant Prom in March. The YWCA and the YMCA worked jointly on many projects which included Vesper Services at Thanksgiving, Christmas and Easter. They also worked together on the Homecoming Float, the Christmas Formal, the joint meetings on Marriage and Courtship, and the WSSF drive in November. ..President Vice-President Secretary ..Treasurer .Advisers Sixty-sixFront row: Decker, W. Amundson, Johnson, McKccn (adviser), Lindemon, Noah, Karlstad, Weber; Second row: Augst, D. Amundson, Vollroth, Ford, Anderson. Dosch, Magnuson, Hach, Schmidt, Pederson, M os bock. Roen; Back row: R. Miller, M. Miller, LoHerty, Palmberg, Young, Roberts, Linnerud, Gaard, Oman. YOUNG MEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION OFFICERS Harold Lindemon............................................................President Ray Miller.................................................................Vice-President Robert Weber...............,...............................................Secretary George Melby...............................................................Treasurer Mr. Leslie McKeen..........................................................Adviser CABINET MEMBERS Dale Amundson...........Campus Affairs Arvid Karlstad.........Finance Donald Decker..........Athletics Charles Larson..........Sunday Breakfasts Manloy Miller..........finance Robert Weber.............................. Raymond Miller..........Programs Ernest Mosback..........Freshman Orientotion Norman Noah.............Programs Lyman Oman...............Devotions Donald Stucky...........Refreshments .........................Publicity The year's program of the YMCA began with the Freshman Mixer which was planned by the YWCA, Newman Club, and the YMCA. Our next event was the annual bean soup supper held in the park. This event climaxed our "Y" Day on campus which is essentially a membership drive which introduces new members to the club. A reception for new members was held at a banquet supper in the college cafeteria. The YMCA and YWCA again held joint meetings in February discussing "Marriage and the Family." We also sent a delegate to the meeting of the National Christian Council which was held at Miami University, Oxford, Ohio. Thanksgiving, Christmas, and Easter Vesper services were again held in the local churches jointly with the YWCA. Several years ago the cabinet announced that as a Christian organization the "Y" stands for honest class work, clean athletics, pure social relationships, and service to others. That remains our motto and purpose as a campus organization. Slxly-MvcnFront row: Vogol, Matthias, Wisdom, Riley, Broun; Back row: Morgan, Alexander, Minot, Symas, Durst, Radtko. THE "R" CLUB Bud Fossen....... Bob Solmon...... Mr. Schlagenhaur OFFICERS ..................................President ..................................Vice-President ..................................Adviser THE "R" CLUB MEMBERSHIP, 1950-51 FOOTBALL Dick Alexander Pot Beggar Charles Broun Par Christie Deo Durst Gerald Easton Al Eystod Bud Fossen Bill Forsythe Carver Fouks Hoc ley Horkness Art J evert Horry Loufenberg Tom Linehon Eugene Lubker Boo Maveus Howard Matthias Robert McCutcheon Bob Onstod Jock Shield Nibs Studelsko Bob Vogel Bill Morgan Charles Poce Roy Sandberg Merlin Sletten Bill Wisdom Dean Woelfer Lloyd Wolfe TRACK James Von Totenhove Paul Rodtke BASKETBALL Don Borlow Roy Czeck Norman Dahl Sammy Erickson Bud Fossen Corver Fouks Hor ley Harkness Roger Kuss Jack Shield Dale Kanncl BASEBALL Bob Engebretson Lyle Erickson Harold Feidt Bud Fossen Bob Guith Dale Konnel Tom Linehon Howard Matthias Bill Morgan Harlan Nelson Keith Riley Bob Solmon Bob Vogel Sixty-eightFront row: Lund, Jones, Olson, Morrow, Allie, Levin, Holerud, Croc; Bock row: Hooper, Rudosill, Eck, Harrison, Turner, Riek, Boiley. WOMEN'S ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION Marge Lund .... Beverly Olson .. Mary Eck....... Helen Harrison Jeanne Boiley. OFFICERS ......................... ..........President ....................................Vice-President ....................................Secretary-T reasurer ....................................Publicity Agent ......... ........................ Adviser The Women's Athletic Association forms the nucleus which directs the intramural sports activities and carries on an active sports program throughout the year for women. WAA encourages several individual sports. Members are given points for all participation in sports. Sixty-nineFront row: Wilkins, Wilcox, Pechacek, Abbott, Morrow, Ehlers, Vollrath, Allio; Second row: Decker, Von Schweinitz, Harrison, Huff, Symos, Hagstrom, Brager, Gentry, Lund. RECREATION CLUB OFFICERS Ted Abbott...............................................................President Charles Pace.............................................................Vice-President Ellen Morrow.............................................................Secretary-Trcosurcr Mr. Oscar Sjowoll........................................................Adviser The Recreation Club wos organized in the Spring of 1950 for the purpose of co-recreationol activities. Archery, badminton, swimming, bridge, and tennis are the activities performed by the organization. MEMBERS Maxine Abbott Tod Abbott Joan Allie Juno Clark Vernon Davis Cliff Ehlers Ruth Foster Hor ley Horkness Helen Morrison Morg Lund Don Mottson John Mills Ellen Morrow Charles Pocc Arlene Pechocek Paul Rodtkc Kirby Symos Eric Von Schweinitz Howard Wolhovd Donna Wilcox Dean Wilkins SeventyFront row: Weortierheod, Kreuziger, Dodge, E. Lorson, Hooper, Quinnell, Somerfdd, McCarthy; Socond row: Drolfingcr, Lowoter, Sonsollo, Kropf, Linnerud, Schorrsehmidt, Barringer, Dopkins, Blodl; Bock row: Lindemon, Erickson, Polzin, Nelson, Melby, Oman, Woodruff. FALCONAIRE DANCING CLUB OFFICERS George Melby......................................................President Donna Kahut........................................................Vice-President Ardell Linnerud...................................................Secretary Dolores Kreuziger.................................................Treasurer Mr. Philip Anderson...............................................Adviser Mr. Bernard McCarthy..............................................Advisor The purpose of the club is to give students on opportunity to leom and practice international dances. The students have the opportunity to teach and call folk and square dances. Seventy-oneAnderson, Olson, Pechacok, Storn. PALETTE CLUB OFFICERS Allen Anderson Beverly Olson Beverly Aaby .President .Vice-President .Secretory-T reosurer Arleno Pechocek LcRoy Stern..... Louis Kollmcycr . Advertising Committee Adviser The Palette Club was organized in 1932 with the sole aim to foster and inspire artistic creative ability in its members and to make us better appreciate the artistic side of life. In accordance with the basic purpose of the Palette Club, many of the meetings have been planned to furnish the members with an opportunity for the recreation derived from creative expression. Although th club meetings were held the second Wednesday of each month, the work of this organization was continued throughout the days of the school year by its members. MEMBERSHIP Beverly Aaby Allen Anderson James Corollo Beverly Olson Arlene Pechocek LcRoy Stc-n Audrey Swenson Seventy-twoFront row: Prentice, Andorson, Peabody, Thayer, Nook, Engc, Buck; Back row: Luck, Pickering, Russ, Amundson, Trentor, DeShazo, Dr. Davis, Rodtko. MASQUERS OFFICERS Norman Noah Alon Peabody. Aralda Thayer Doreen Buck.. President Vice-President .Secretory Treasurer Dr. Blanche Davis .Adviser The Masquers organization aims to further interests in dramatics, to keep its members informed as to what is being done of present day dramatics, and to give each member opportunity to appear in plays. The principle interest and work of the organization is, of course, the presentation of plays. In the fall they chose a three-act comedy, "Three Men on a Horse." The winter quarter saw them presenting "Hamlet," and "Good-by My Fancy" was selected for presentation in the spring. Seven ty-th'eeFront row: Gjormundson, Thoyor, Dr. Ames (adviser), ln9ols, Schweitzer, Noah, Buck; Back row: Dr. Davis, Magnuson, Trentor, Pcobody. Kocher, Pickering, Do Shozo, Enge, Rodtke. ALPHA PSI OMEGA OFFICERS Helen Ingles.....................................;..............President Norman Nooh.....................................................Vice-President Ed Schweitzer...................................................Secretory-Treasurer Dr. Corleton Ames...............................................Adviser Providing a wider fellowship for those interested in the college theatre. Alpha Psi Omega is a national honorary dramatic fraternity for those doing a high standard of work in dramatics. Membership in the fraternity is determined by points earned by activity in plays, such as portraying major and minor roles, assistant directing, heading technical committees, prompting, working on stage crews, and serving as officers in Masquers. MEMBERS Doreen Buck Blanche Davit John Oc Shatzo Earl Enac Willy Gjormundson Helen Inaols Karl Kocnor Jack Magnuson Norman Noah Robert Pickerino Alan Peabody Paul Radtko Ed Schweitzer Arolda Thoyor Joseph Trontor Sovcnly-fou'Front row: Mr. McCarthy. Zabol, Davis; Back row: Armstrong, Kocher. STUDENT VETERANS ASSOCIATION OFFICERS Dick Armstrong Bod Davis...... Ralph Zabol.... Karl Kocher.... Mr. McCarthy.. .President .Vice-President Secretary .Treasurer Adviser The Student Veterans Association is on active organization which has contributed to the Homecoming and Winter Carnival celebrations and has taken an interest in all campus affairs. The organization discussed and took action on current veterans' problems both on and off the campus. The Vets also sponsored two dances. The principle aim of the organization is to install a feeling of unity and belonging among the older group on the campus. Seventy-fiveFront row: Kvopil, Rydberg, Blodl, Boringer, Sommcrfcld, Troynor, E. Larson; Second row: Cobian, Binkowski, Lokker, Woodruff, Setter, Holcrud, Loderaeier, Johansen; Third row: Lantz, E. Larson, Young, Maurina, Krapf, Bjorquist, Jennings, B. Larson, Bolin, Rudesill, Wetzel; Back row: Greer, Thorne, Rocn, Rindflcisch, Parker, Kollien, Lafferty. Mr. Goraott. RURAL LIFE CLUB OFFICERS Wonda Bjorquist.................................. Wayne Joubert.................................... Nancy Rydberg.................................... Wayne Hilden..................................... Mr. Garnett...................................... .President ..Vice-President .Secretary .Treasurer Adviser All students enrolled in the rural courses are members of the organization and are given an opportunity to develop the qualities of leadership desirable for teachers in the rural school. In addition, the organization provides a means of bringing the rural students together, so they may become better acquainted, and at the same time provide programs that give practice in management and organization. Membership is voluntary; however, the services and values of the organization gain membership from practically all the students in this department. Soventy-vxFront row: Dahlberg, G. Olson, Nelson, Styer, A. Johnson, E. Olson, Jenson; Second row: E. Johnson, B. Olson, Poterson, J. Ryan, Esanbock, Dietz I or, Walden, Amundson; Third row: Lowator, Dovis, Julian, S. Ryan, Ubbolohde, Scharrschmidt, Bock, Pearson, Burman, Rucmmclc, Larson. ASSOCIATION FOR CHILDHOOD EDUCATION OFFICERS Leona Ubbolohde................................... Helen Poterson.................................... Marjorie Smith.................................... Edith Olson....................................... Maxine Pearson............................. Miss Phyllis Simon................................ .President . Vice-President .Secretory .Treasurer .Publicity Chairman Adviser The local chapter of the national organization of the Association for Childhood Education is designed to bring into active cooperation all childhood educational interests; to promote the progressive type of education in the primary grades; and to raise the standards of the professional training for the teachers and leaders in that field. All students enrolled in the primary department are eligible for membership. Sovonty-scvonFront row: Kottor, Aoby, Poo body, Boordmon, Quinlan, Undomon; Bock row: Dr. Wyman, Burgess, Mason, Prentice, Ash. INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS OFFICERS Don Ash ............................................ ..President Eno Toomsolu....................................... Vice-President Mary Jo Boordmon.........................................Secretory and Treasurer Dr. Wyman................................................Adviser International Relations is a club organized for students to discuss current world issues. Membership in this organization is open to all who are interested. This year we have discussed the following topics: "Is Communism a threat to the world?", "Life in Estonia," "India in today's crisis," "Which way to world government?", and "Toward a new Far East policy." The group meets bi-monthly. The topics are presented in various ways, such os by a panel, group leader or by a guest speaker. The club attends some meetings in St. Paul to hear speakers on world affairs. This year the International Relations sent Ambrose Murphy as a delegate to the Midwestern International Relations Club Conference at Milwaukee on February 24-25. Sevonty-oifihtFrom row: Tech, Amos, Rochl, Ehlers, Hortung, VondoBorg, Aoby; Second row: Braun, Patrikus, Lofforty, Johnson, Jancoski, Andorson, Stapleton, Dr. Wyman; Third row: Murphy, Triebensee, Gaard, Vilstrup, Mosback, Thoyor, Poabody, Fick, Gay; Top row: Schofiold, Von Hadcn, Kneiff, Palmbcrg, Scharrschmidt, Jonson, Lansing, Molby, Ryan. THE HONOR SOCIETY OFFICERS Dick Vilstrup....................................... Ambrose Murphy...................................... Jean Jancoski ...................................... Dr. Walker D. Wyman.................................. .President Vico-Prosidenf Secretary-T reasurer Adviser The Honor Society is an organization of those students who have achieved a place on the honor roll for scholastic ability. The gold "R" is awarded to those who hove received two and one-fourth honor points per credit hour and have no grades below "C." SENIOR GOLD "R" AWARDS FOR 1950-51 Eugono Carlson Cecil Hortung Robort Patrikus Harold Tech Donold Triebensoo JoAnn Aaby Helen Jngels Alan Peabody Ellen L. VcndcBcrg Cloy ton Hoyt Donald Stucky Aralda Thoyor Joseph I, Trentor Kenneth Fuhor Orville Johnson Lymon Oman Rosemary Roehl William Anderholm Jeon Jancoski Anderson John E. Wiff Evelyn Gcrocts Norma Julian Maxine Pearson Shirley Ryon Marjorie Smith Seventy-nineFront row: Pratt, Young, Engo, Anderson, Joncoski, McLaughlin, Brimer, Klatt; Second row: Oman, Hagemon, Ford, Polsin, Fuher, Jenson, Dosch, Salmon, Felrath, Davis, O. Johnson, Kossera; Bock row: Hatch, Mott, Gaustad, Usack, Laramy, Pierce, V. Hanson, Carlson, Fiedler, Weber, Swanson. MATH CLUB OFFICERS Earl Enge....................................... LoRoy Young.........;........................... Gail Davis...................................... Ruth Foster..................................... Mr. McLaughlin.................................. ..President ..Vice-President .Secretary ..Treasurer .Adviser Every two weeks students interested in mathematics meet to discuss topics and problems concerned with this field. The students themselves act as leaders and do the research necessary for the discussion. Membership is open to those students enrolled in the mathematics curriculum. EightyWHO'S WHO IN AMERICAN COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES "Who's Who in American Colleges ond Universities" is o notional collegiate publication. Thirteen seniors were hosen this year to represent RFSTC in the annual publication. To be a representative a student must be a junior or a senior. Students ore selected on the basis of high scholarship and their participation and concontributions to student activities. A quota for each college is established according to enrollment. RIVER FALLS REPRESENTATIVES IN THE 1951 "WHO'S WHO" JoAnn Aoby Rowwory RmM Donald Stueky Joseph BudaJ Shirley Ryan Harold Tech Cuban Cor toon Marshall Shanks Donald Tnebensee Helen Ingeli Marjorie Smith Ellen VandeBerg Robert Patnkut CLASS OFFICERS 1950-51 SENIOR CLASS Kirby Symos................ Prosldent JoAnn Aaby.....................Secrotary Ed Schweitzer ................ Treasurer SOPHOMORE CLASS Charles Braun ..................... President Lois Swenson ...................... Secretary Gene Hartman........................Treasurer JUNIOR CLASS Alvin Howkinson ............... President Slg Swanson ................ Vice-President Holen Peterson....................Secretary Eloine Fick ..................... Treasurer FRESHMAN CLASS John Foss...................... President Donald Fick .............. Vice-President Betty Wiskerchen............... Secretory Donna Reed .................... Treasurer Eighty-oneFront row: M. Peterson, H. Potorson, Jenson, VondeBerg, Walden, Allio; Second row: Ubbclohde, Ames, Boardman, Londberg, Aaby, Fiek, Esanback, A. Gcracts; Back row: Pearson, Ingols, Julian, Dehmer, Olson, Ryan, Bock, Shannon, Bjornson, Burman, E. Geroets. SIGMA CHI SIGMA OFFICERS Jean Aoby................................... Elaine Fiek................................. Mary Jo Boardmon............................ Norma Julian................................ Miss Vera Moss.............................. President .Vice-President .Secretary .Treasurer .Adviser The three-fold purpose of Sigma Chi Sigma is to promote the social life of the individual member, to promote culture, and to render service to the college. Membership is selected from all elegible sophomore, junior, and senior women. Those eligible ore girls enrolled in the four-year course who hove attended River Foils at least one year. They must maintain a 1.5 scholastic average. A scholarship is awarded by this sorority each year on Honors Doy to the outstanding freshman girl, socially and scholastically. Eighty-1 woFront row: Jacobson, Hunt, Potcrson, La Brash, Aoby; Back row: Riok, McLaughlin, Miss Lienoman, Landbcrg, Larson, Miss Mitchall, VandeBorg. THE COLLEGE WOMEN'S ASSOCIATION Carol Londberg ....... Jean McLaughlin......... Ellen VandeBerg......... Mary Hunt............... Miss Mildred Mitchall... Miss Catharine Lienemon OFFICERS ................——.................President ..................................Vice-President ..................................Secretary ........................ ......Treasurer ..................................Faculty Advisers The College Women's Association was organized in 1948. It is a self-governing body of oil college women. The executive board of the CWA makes and enforces the rules governing all women students, and strives to provide an adequate social and cultural program for all college women. It is comprised of the four officers, elected annually, and representatives from each educational division, and a chairman chosen from the house presidents. It functions under the advisor-ship of a selected faculty adviser and the Dean of Women. Eighty-thrccFront row: Kaiser, Dodge, Dopkins, Hanson, Gay, Helmer, Ccrcllo; Bock row: Ingham, Donley, Meulemans, Touchon, Johnson, Suohring, Amundson, Vilstrup, Noah, Miss Hawkins (adviser). DEBATE Question: "Resolved that the non-communist nations should form o new inter-national organization." The purpose of forensic activities is to stimulate progress and interest in oratory, debate, extemporaneous speaking, and discussion. BRADLEY UNIVERSITY, Peoria Illinois, speech meet. Dick Vilstrup, Jim Van Tatenhove, and Ambrose Murphy won all four rounds and got a superior rating. Jack Hanson and Ernie Gay won two and lost two. "B" INVITATIONAL TOURNAMENT, River Falls State Teachers College. Eleven colleges and universities representing Wisconsin and Minnesota participated supplying a total of 40 teams. Margaret Helmer and Herbert Tauchen won four debates and received 48 points, a rating which won the trophy for River Falls. Herbert Tauchen, John Meulemans, and Reuben Kaiser made the alltournament team. ANNUAL SPEECH MEET, Ecu Claire Teachers College. Dick Vilstrup and James Van Tatenhove entered the "B" division and won four debates and received points totaling 62. Heather Dopkins and Margaret Helmer won three out of four debates in the same division. Herbert Tauchen, Earl Johnson, and Bill Amundson made up a three man team. Jack Hanson and Ernie Gay represented River Falls in the "A" division where they met only the best teams. Eighty fourNORTHWEST TOURNAMENT, St. Thomos College, St. Poul, Minn. Teams comprising Dick Vilstrup, Jim Van Tatenhove, Margaret Helmer, and Heather Dopkins won four and lost four. Jack Hanson and Ernie Gay won three and lost five. Sixty teams were entered in the men's division and thirty in the women's. SIGMA RHO SPEECH TOURNAMENT, University of Wisconsin. Jack Hanson, Ernie Gay took the affirmative and Jim Van Tatenhove and Dick Vilstrup took the negative. Both teams won two and lost two from Michigan, Ohio, Indiana, Minnesota, Wisconsin, Iowa, and Nebraska. We had exchange debates with the colleges of St. Catherines, Hamline, and Macalaster College. AFTER-DINNER SPEAKING: John Meulemans — received the trophy in the "B" Tournament. EXTEMPORANEOUS SPEAKING: Ernie Gay—Bradley — excellent rating — placed in finals at the Eau Claire meet and attended the national meet. Heather Dopkins — attended the national meet. Ambrose Murphy — Bradley — superior rating. FOLK TALE TELLING: Jack Hanson — Eau Claire — excellent rating. OTHER INTERCOLLEGIATE SPEECH ACTIVITIES ORIGINAL ORATORY: Jack Hanson — Bradley — good rating. Dick Vilstrup — Bradley — superior rating — Eau Claire — three first places with a second place in the preliminary round. DISCUSSION: Jack Hanson — Eau Claire — placed first. Ernie Gay, Jim Van Tatenhove, Heather Dopkins, Margaret Helmer, Bill Amundson, Earl Johnson, and Reuben Kaiser all received excellent ratings in various groups. DEGREE OF FRATERNITY Jeanne Myron Ode Louise Melbye Oliver Gkmzman Thomas Ronnigcn Louellyn Reiss William Horris Keith Wurtz Glenn Snocycnbos Jock Wallace Les Gaylord Dean Fenner William Miller David Benson Richard Ydc Rose Marie King Molvino Nordcrhoug Richard Armstrong Williom Haves Phyllis Hathaway Jean Aillie Robert Schillberg Reuben Kaiser John Meulemans Margaret Helmer DEGREE OF PROFICIENCY Lois Hunter Donold Marlin Werner Gleiter 'Helen Hickox 'Gordon Jock man Peter Vig Waller tnglcr Martin Lucent Marlyn Eslmger Marian Aevly Eileen S- do Carufel Ambrose Murphy Williom Amundson Eorl Johnson Herbert Touchcn Heather Dopkins Dick Vilstrup Jam?; Von Tatenhove DEGREE OF HONOR John Brodley Charles White Katherine Lynch Gerald Splinter Lourence Gherty Joyce Leonard Sharp Norris Crist Donold Willink Lois Webb 'James Webert Newton Nelson Noncy Murray Fred Olson DEGREE OF SPECIAL DISTINCTION Daniel Dyksfro Roman Zom Marion E. Hawkins Frank Sirianni Loell Larson Andrew Osborne Everett Chapman Walker D. Wyman Rolf Ordol Poul Prucha Delores Kromschuster Irene Roawe Louis Daniel Morgoret McDermott Jerome Finn Charles Schillberg Melvin Steinbron Jock Hanson Ernest Gay HONORARY MEMBERS Justin Willioms Jesse H. Ames Eugene H. Kleinpell Sponsor: Morion E. Hawkins Eighty-fiveFront row: Dopkins, Hawkins, Hanson; Back row: Vilstrup, Murphy, Gay. PI KAPPA DELTA Pi Koppa Delta is a National honorary, forensic fraternity. Local chapters ore formed on college campuses. The purpose is to stimulate progress in and promote inter-collegiate debote, oratory, and public speaking. Members are granted degrees according to their achievements. The River Falls chapter was organized in 1936. It is responsible for the "B" Invitational Debote Tournament. Membership is granted according to the extent of intercollegiate speech work done. These are the dgree Fraternity, degree of Proficiency, degree of Honor, and degree of Special Distinction. Eighty-sixFront row: Bittner, Neprud, Augst, Larson, Roohl, Thorne. Ja:obson, M. Hacssly; Bock row: Fick, Bladl, Von Schweinitz, Willink, Buchonon, K. Hacssly, Luck, Esanbock. MUSIC EDUCATORS NATIONAL CONFERENCE OFFICERS Eric Von Schweinitz............................................President Audrey Parsnick................................................Vice-President Rosemary Roehl..................................................Secretary-Treasurcr Mr. B. J. Rozehnol..............................................Advisers Mr. C. B. King Mr. Nicholas Jodenok Formed at River Falls last year. Music Educators National Conference aims to provide students an opportunity for professional cooperative development while in school. The organization offers a more practical conception of the music education profession as gained from the students' actual participation in programs, discussions, and performance groups. Any undergraduate music education student is eligible for membership. When a student accepts a teaching position, he is transferred to a full, active MENC membership status. Eighty-icvenFront row: Roehl, La Brash, Hacssly, Setter, Burman, Jacobson, Steen, Buck, G. Olson, Binkowski, M. Larson, Quinoll, Bjornquist, Esonbock; Second row: Jones, Buchonon, Wetzel, Greene, E. Larson, Wurtz, C. Landberg, E. Olson, Erickson, Fick, Swenson, Luck, Lowoter; Third row: Augst Rydmark, Neprud, Peabody, D. Lium, Engebretson, biharrschmidt, Willink, Ellcfson, Jacobson, Donnloy, Bittner, Sergont; Back row: Lovaos, Nelson, Holdorf, C. Olson, D. Landberg, Muckanhirn, B. Lium, Polzin, Jenson, Von Scniveinfz, Anderson, Linnerud, Russell. A CAPELLA CHOIR OFFICERS Robert Engebretson............................. Edith Olson.................................... Doreen Buck.................................... Kenneth Augst.................................. Rosemary Roehl................................. PERSONNEL FIRST SOPRANO Roborta Buchonon Doreen Buck Borbara Burmon Gaylo Jacobson Donna Jones Eileen Lorson Mary Lou Setter Germoine Steen FIRST BASS Kenneth Augst Jerry Eltefson Robert Engebretson A Ion Peobody E. J. Schorrscmidt Paul Willink SECOND SOPRANO Jockio Groen Mory Haossly Susan LoBroih Carol Londborg Edith Olson Joan Wetzel Janice Wurtz FIRST TENOR William Bittner Jerry Donley James Jacobson Charles Sergont FIRST ALTO Mory Lou Binkowski Jo Ann Bjornstod Olive Esonbock Muriel Lorson Genevieve Olson Marilyn Pederson Al.ce Quesnoll Eunico Marking SECOND TENOR Kenneth Anderson Ardell Linnerud Jomes Russell Eric Von Schwcinitz ...Presldont ...Secretory-T rcasurer ...Businoss Manager ...Librarian ...Accompanist SECOND ALTO Noncy Behrens Tnolmo Erickson Elaine Fick Donna Lowater Alice Luck Lois Swenson Mory Tonncr SECOND BASS Edword Holdorf Robert Jenson Donald Landberg Bernard Lium Dole Lium Arvin Lovoos Lester Muckenhim Dan Nelson Tenny Neprud Clo:r Olson Delmor Polzin Alan Rydmork Eighty e»ghtCOLLEGE ORCHESTRA The College Orchestra, under the baton of Nicholas Jadinak, provides opportunity for future music teachers to become familiar with all types of music from the Early Classics through the Romantic group and up to the Modern Period. They also have the opportunity to conduct, thus furthering their music education. VIOLINS Patricia Blodi Alice Luck Ed Sluzewski Betty O'Brien Shirley Boles Helen Horrlson John Moulamonn Jcnst Watkins Marguerite Little Ralph Ingerson FRENCH HORNS Jerry E lief son Roger Knieff TRUMPET Bill Bittner PERSONNEL ACCOMPANIST Gloria Bloskocok VIOLAS Marilyn Stone Amos Rosemary Roohl STRING BASE Juno Clork FLUTES Mory Ann Danielson Ellen VondcBerg DRUMS Dean Thome Roberta Buchanan Marilyn Peterson CELLOS James Jacobson Bob Engebretson Eric Von Schweinitz CLARINET Robert Weber Jim Russell BASSOON Kenneth Augst SAXOPHONC Mortys Bolin TROMBONES Paul Willink Tenny Ncprud Eighty-nineFirsf row: loft to right) Weber, Larson, Augst, VandeBerg, Danielson; Second row: Russell, Sammons, Ryan, Von Schweinitx, Esonbock, Fick, Knieff, Ellefson, Bladl, Decker, Roehl, Bittner; Third row: McLaughlin, Bolin, Willink, J. VandeBerg, Shannon, Roberts, Jacobson, Clark, Haossly, Ncprud, Engebrctson; Standing: Peterson, Nelson, Thorne, Buchanan, Roxohnal, COLLEGE BAND OFFICERS Bob Weber.....................................................................President Muriel Larson.................................................................Secretory Jerry Ellefson................................................................Business Manager FLUTES Mary Ann Danielson Ellen VandeBerg CLARINETS Robert Weber Muriel Lorson Margaret Helmer James Russell Eric Von Schwclmtz Bonita Young Donna Sammons Juliann Ryan Lorraine Rudesell Olive Ellen Esonbock ALTO CLARINET Jeon McLaughlin BASS James Jacobson Everett Roberts BASSOON Kenneth Augst SAXOPHONES James VondeBerg Mory Shannon Mortys Bolin Paul Willink Richard Forthum PERSONNEL BARITONES Juno Clark Uovd '""'Tornets William Bittner Rosemary Roehl OonakJ Decker Pot Blodl Lou Anne Hendrickson Oscar Eitksnd Carol Anderson OBOE Bolvo Beers .'llno'y HORNS Jerry Ellefson Roger Knieff Elaine Fick TROMBONES Robert Engebretson Tcnny Neprud Mory Jane Hoessty PERCUSSION Roberta Buchonon Marilyn Peterson Dean Thorne Donald Nelson John Glynn Donald CooperFront row: Gjcrmundson, Tricbenscc, Shanks, Palmbcrg, Johnson; Back row: Hartung, Groono, Tripp, Bresko, Amundson, Weber. FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA OFFICERS First Half Year Second Half Year Regular Associate Regular Associate M. Shanks B. Greene President H. Tec low 0. Woelffer D. Tricbcnsee D. Rogness Vice-President D. Stanford R. Alexander W. Gjermundson D. Tripp Secretory L. Wolfe K. Riley L. Palmberg C. Hartung Treasurer R. Breyer J. Heiberg K. Nelson D. Johnson Reporter J. Klisiewicz R. Vilstrap A. Abbott G. Breska Sentinel K. Sommerfeld E. Minot F. Amundson R. Weber Parliamentarian A. Jacobson R. Esser S. Lamb Adviser —J. M. May L Oiety The River Falls Collegiate Chapter of the Future Farmers of America has its main purpose training and developing advisors and leaders for high school FFA organizations, and providing fellowship for students who are majoring in agriculture. In addition to organizing and staging a successful rural fair, sending out degree teams to high schools, and helping with homecoming activities, which included sponsoring the queen, a very successful FFA banquet with A. R. Upgren of the University of Minnesota as the principle speaker was held January 24. Two new additions were made to this year's program. These were: the eletion of regular and associate officers to provide experience In leadership to more future FFA advisors; and cooperating with the Rurol Life Club in staging an all-school basket social with a dance following. At the close of the year an annual picnic was held at Glen Park. NInoty-oneF.F.A. RURAL FAIR View of severol booths with tho individual crop and hondiraft exhibit in tho contor. This year 13 rural schools from the surrounding areo participated in the rural fair sponsored by the FFA in November. The fair has a dual purpose in that it gives children and teachers from local rurol schools a chance to exhibit their projects, and it provides our prospective teachers of vocotionol agriculture with experience in planning and directing fairs. It also provides experience in judging. Ruial fair chairman Paul Sylla and adviser John M. May were largely responsible for the successful completion of this event. Monetary prizes were provided by the FFA. iVALK The prize winning booth ot the rurol fair exhibited by Mann Volley. Ninety-twoCATTLE INSPECTING AND JUDGING Judging a class of mature Holsteins. Every student enrolled in agriculture ot River Foils receives practice in judging vorious types of farm animals under the watchmul direction of Arthur N. Johnson, teacher of animal husbandry. Pictured here is a freshman dairy husbandry class. In the background one sees the main dairy barn. The low brick structure beside it is a modern dairy which pasteurizes and bottles milk for the cafeteria, boarding clubs, and a small route in town. A highly productive herd of 28 Holstein and Guernsey cows comprise the main enterprise of the farm. Freshman dairy husbandry class inspecting dairy animals. Ninety-thrcoTHE DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURAL EDUCATION Director MR. JOHN M. MAY Since 1919 Mr. John M. May has served as director of Agriculture Education at River Falls. He received his bachelor's degree at Kansas State and later completed his master's degree in Agriculture Education at Cornell. He has also taken advanced work ot Ohio State in agriculture economics. In addition to directing the Department of Agriculture, Mr. May is instrumental in finding positions for his graduates, and he serves as advisor of the Collegiate F.F.A. Chapter on the campus. Ninety-fourNinety-fiveBottom row: Eitlond, Bulow, Bock os; Second row: Wiskerchen, Waterman; Top: CHEERLEADERS With the opening of the football season begins the work of a small but nevertheless important organization — the cheerleaders. The cheerleaders led the students in cheering the team on, and also formed a pep club to further support the team. Their teamwork wos backed by hours of proctice. There were new yells this year in addition to the old ones, but a game would not hove been complete without at least one "Fight, Teom, Fight." Ninety-six1950 FOOTBALL SQUAD First row: Sletten, Fouen, Linehon, Wisdom, Eystod, Studeliko, Vogel, Jevert. Second row: Minot (Manager), Woelffer, Christie, Eoston, Harknoss, Alexander, Luebker, Shield. Third row: Sandberg, McCutcheon, Morgan, Forsythe, Matthias, Ash, Broun, Wolfe. Fourth row: Rosondick, Poce, Loufenberg, Moveus, Foukes, Nelson, Stoudt, Millor. Fifth row: Kolberg, Schlaugenhouf (Coaches). LETTER AWARDS VOTED BY THE ATHLETIC COUNCIL FOR THE 1950 SEASON Roy Sandberg jock Shield Merlin Sletten Dick Alexander Pot Bogott Charles Broun Dee Durst Gerald Eoston Al Eystod Bill Forsythe Bud Fosscn Corver Foukes Hor ley Horkness Art Jevert Horry loufenberg Tom Linehon Eugene luebker Howard Motthios Bob Moveus Willord Morgon Robt. McCutcheon Robt. Onstod Charles Poce Norbert Stydehko Robert Vogel Bill Wisdom Dean Woelffer Lloyd Wolfe Ed Minot Kerby Symes RESULTS OF THE SEASON River Foils ... 6 Augsburg 6 River Foils ... 20 Milwaukee .... 7 River Foils ... 7 Superior 7 River Foils 1 0 Lo Crosse 19 River Foils .. 7 Stevens Point 21 River Foils ..18 Eau Claire .... 6 River Foils ,. 13 Stour ..44 River Foils .30 Monkoto 27 ART JEVERT WAS VOTED THE 40ST VALUABLE PLAYER ON THE 950 FOOTBALL SQUAD. DICK AL- ANDER WAS CHOSEN CAPTAIN )R NEXT SEASON. ■ KOLBERG, SCHLAUGENHAUF, HOY (COACHE1950 football squad Al Eystod, Tackle Dick Alexander, Tackle Donald Ash, End Charles Broun, Bock Par Christie. Bock I Gerald Easton, Bock I Bill Forsythe, Tockfe I Bud Fossen, Center I Carver Foukes, End r ey Hark ness. Bock Jeveri, Center V Laufenberg, Center Linehan, EndGene Luebker, Guard Bob McCutcheon, Bock Howard Matthias, Bock Robert Moveus, Bock Lorry Miller, End Willord Morgan, End Charles Pace, Guard Nick Rosondick, Guord Roy Sandberg, Back Jock Shield, Back Merlin Sletten, Guord George Stoudt, Back Bob Vogel, Back •Jlfe • Lloyd Wolfe, End Dean Woelffer, Guord 1950 FOOTBALL SQUAD 99RIVER FALLS 6 —AUGSBURG 6 RIVER FALLS 18 — IAU CLAIRE 6 In the opening gome of the seoson River Foils bottled the Augsburg Auggies to o 6-6 deadlock. The gome got under way with both teams playing a scoreless first quarter. In the second quarter a 17 yard pass from Harknoss to Morgan gave the Falcons a first down on the Auggies 26 yard line. Six ploys later Vogel plunged over left guord for the touchdown. On o 45 yord poss ploy the Auggies scored in the third quarter. Trying desperately in the lost quorter, the Falcons unleashed a series of passes but failed to score. RIVER FALLS 20 — MILWAUKEE 7 The Falcons fell behind in the first period when Mil waukee's Art Derksen scored from the two but took over in the second period and never were in donger the rest of the way. In the second quorter Morgan intercepted a Milwaukee pass on his own 12 and raced 88 yards to score. A few minutes later Harkness possed 24 yards to Morgon for the touchdown that put River Falls out front. The third quartor found both teams unable to score. In the final period Pat Christie's 71 yard dash brought the Falcons' final marker. Some of the seoson's greatest runs were mado during this gome. RIVER FALLS 7 — SUPERIOR 7 Playing scoreless football for olmost three full periods the Falcons finally scored when Alexander broke through and blocked the Superior punt on the 30 ond defensive Bogott picked it up on the 20 yard line and ran over for the score. Linehan's kick wos good and the Falcons led 7 0. It looked as if Superior wos going to lose their first homecoming gome since 1930 until West passed to Kovie Kallio for the touchdown with less than o minute to ploy. Their kick wos good ond the score stood ot 7 7. The Falcons held off o Superior drive on the one yard line in the first quorter ond ogain in the second. Christie mode the outstanding run of the game on o 42 yord punt return in the first period. RIVER FALLS 0 — LA CROSSE 19 The Falcon grid men were bonded their first defeat of the seoson by Lo Crosse by the score of 19-0. With forty seconds left to ploy in the first half Slodsky possed 14 yards to Hollub in the end zone to moke the first score. The second half sow the Indian ottock get moving by scoring two quick touchdowns in the third quorter. Curry broke away for o 67 yord ran and Hollub plunged from the one foot line to end the scoring. The Falcons could get no closer to scoring thon the 25 yord line. RIVER FALLS 7 — STEVENS POINT 21 River Falls foiled to hold a fast first quorter poce and lost to Stevens Point 21-7. The Fokons tired quickly after the first quarter in which they gained 101 yards rushing ond held Stevens Point to 5 yards. In the first period Matthias mode the only Falcon touchdown when he broke around the left side of the line to ran 19 yards into the end zone. Linehon mode the kick ond River Foils led 7-0. Midway in the second quorter the Pointers mode their first score. This wos followed by o 21 yord poss ond three more runs to moke the second touchdown for Stevens Point. From here the Pointers marched 95 yards without stopping before Somelstodt tosted pay dirt on a quarterback sneak from the two yord line. The extra point wos good ond Stevens Point held the long end of o decisive 21-7 victory. River Foils spotted visiting Eau Claire o 6-0 second period lead ond then powered for three touchdowns to grab an 18-6 Homocoming victory. A 37 yord poss ploy from Schomisch to Emmanuel provided Eou Claire o tolly. But River Foils hit poy dirt moments later when Christie bucked over from the six to moke it 6-6 ot halftime. The Falcons went ahead lote in the third period on a nine yord run by Motthios. Harkness tossed o 21 yord oeriol to Vogel midwoy in the finol stanza for the Falcons' finol score. Christie, Motthios, ond Vogel were the three Folcon players scoring. RIVER FALLS 13 —STOUT 44 Seven touchdowns ond two ploceklcks kept the Stout gridmen in o fovoroble edge against River Foils in the finol conference gome of the seoson. At only one time wos the score close. That come when River Foils recovered o Stout fumble on their own 40 yord line ond drove to o touchdown with Onstad going over from two yards out. The score then was 13-6 in Stout's fovor. Stout's passing ottock lived up to oil expectations os they completed 14 out of 20 attempts. They gained 166 yards through the oirwoys. The finol two tollies for Stout came on o four yord plunge by Hansen ond o one yord smash by Jacobson. The Falcon final tolly come lote in the fourth quorter when Harkness stole the boll on Stout's 45 yord line ond scampered over for the touchdown. Linehan's kick wos good leaving the final score ot Stout 44, River Foils 13. RIVER FALLS 30 — MANKATO 27 Onstod led his Folcon motes to a thrilling 30-27 conquest over highly rated Monkoto Teochers in the Falcons' finol gome of the seoson. Onstod stole the show os he crossed the lost cholkline three times ond mossed a net yordoge of 242 yords. Linehon shared the spotlight by tollying twice on pass ploys. Monkato corried the ball around right end for 15 yards ond the first score of the gome. From five yords out Onstod mode the first Falcon score. Still in the first period Onstod scored ogain, leaving the score in their fovor 12-6. A poss from Vogel to Linehon resulted in the Fokons' third touchdown. In the third period offer five minutes of ploy Monkoto scored. Onstod ogoin tallied offer running 45 yards, putting River Foils out front ogoin. A 19 yard pass from Vogel to Linehon in the end zone led to the Fakons' final touchdown. Monkoto scored with o minute left in the gome when Mousr tossed the longest poss of the gome, a 40 yord one, to Dunn. River Foils emerged the victors in spite of the fact that Monkoto tied with Bemidji for the Minnesota Teochers Championship. 101Homecoming Queenand Koyal CourtHomecoming, Lyal Bestul, Chairman“Subdue the Qold and Mlue”Front row: Kommel, Fossen, Dohl, Kim. Fouks, Horkness, Erickson; Second row: Hoy (ossistont cooch), Goincs, Shield, Von Somoron, Fick, Vieth, Barlow, Schlagenhauf (coach); Bock row: Huff (manager), Weber, Greanquist, Anderson, Mills, Nelson, Czech, Waller. FALCON SEASON STATISTICS Roger Kuss, c Gomes 19 FG 196 FGA 388 .5$5 FT 110 FTA 190 .579 PF 48 Pts. 502 Avg. 26.3 Jock Shield, f 12 28 78 .359 9 20 450 16 65 5.4 Sam Erickson, f 18 49 164 .298 35 45 .777 40 133 6.0 John Mills, f 9 3 18 .166 7 11 .636 13 1.4 Roy Czech, f 13 18 45 .400 24 39 .615 26 60 4.6 Norman Dohl, c ... 13 21 61 .344 21 37 567 25 63 4.8 Carver Fouks, f 19 25 99 .252 29 53 54 46 9 4.1 Don Veith, c 6 3 12 .250 4 11 .363 3 10 1.6 H. Horkness, g 19 31 118 .262 22 40 .550 51 84 4.4 Manley Fossen, g 19 47 172 .273 58 73 .794 65 152 .9 P. Von Someren, g .... 6 4 17 .235 3 7 .428 7 II 1.8 Dole Konnel, g .... 17 10 39 .256 9 17 .529 24 29 1.7 Total for Others .... 12 42 .285 3 8 .375 32 2 FALCON TOTALS .... 19 447 1253 .357 334 551 .606 390 1228 64.6 Opponents' Totals .. .... 19 535 1509 .354 287 4 9 .599 466 135 1.4 WISCONSIN TEACHERS COLLEGE CONFERENCE FINAL STANDINGS La Crosse .... Won .... 11 Lott 1 Stevens Point .. Won .. 5 Lott 7 Eou Claire .... .... 10 2 Oshkosh . 4 8 Whitewater .. .... 10 2 Milwaukee . 3 9 Superior .... 7 4 River Foils . 3 9 Plottevillc .... .... 5 6 Stout . 1 11 1950-51 BASKETBALL LETTER AWARDS Roger Kins Carver Foukes Norman Dohl Jock Shield Sammy Erickson Roy Czech Don Barlow Harley Horkness Dole Konnel Bud Fossen 106KUSS BREAKS RECORD Roger Kuss, sophomore, hit 21 field gools and 10 free throws for o grand totol of 52 points to set o new Wisconsin State Teachers College Conference scoring record ot Eau Claire, February 6. He hit 62 per cent of his shots from the floor. This record wos previously held by another Falcon star, Nate DeLong, who scored 47 points against Eau Claire in the '49-'50 season. Rog hos also topped another mark of his predecessor, Nate DeLong. by totaling 384 points in 12 Wisconsin State Teachers College games this seoson. This topped by 12 points DeLong's record totol of 372 points lost season. Kuss' feat is all the more remarkable when it is noted that River Falls lost eight of its twelve games this seoson. DeLong's record wos made last year when the Falcons were leading the conference. Counting both conference and non-conference gomes, Kuss scored o total of 502 points this seoson for an average of 26.4 a gome. His conference average wos 32 points. ROGER KUSS — 1950-51 Conference Scoring 25 LaCrosse 20 Eau Claire 52 LaCrosse 23 Stout .. Stevens Point 29 Stout 37 Whitewater 32 Superior 45 Milwaukee 47 Oshkosh 26 384 Average: 32 points INDIVIDUAL SCORING HONORS Most Points Seoson: Kuss, River Falls, 384 Most Points One Game: Kuss, River Falls, 52 (against Eau Claire, Feb. 6) Most Field Goals Seoson: Kuss, River Falls, 148 Most Free Throws Seoson. Kuss, River Foils, 88 Most Free Throws One Game: Kuss, River Falls, 15 (against Milwaukee, Jon. 20) Most Field Gools One Game: Kuss, River Falls, 21 (against Eou Claire, Feb. 6) RESULTS OF THE SEASON River Falls 28 St. Thomas 84 River Falls 39 Augsburg 86 River Falls 70 St. Johns 66 River Falls 47 Regis 49 River Falls 65 St. Johns 76 River Falls 52 U. of M., Duluth 55 River Falls 60 Eau Claire 73 River Falls 53 Superior 55 River Falls 58 La Crosse 59 River Falls 66 Milwaukee 44 River Falls 52 Oshkosh 60 River Falls 71 Augsburg 73 River Falls 75 Stout 89 River Falls 92 Eau Claire 104 River Falls 78 Superior 84 River Falls 76 Stevens Point 86 River Falls 87 Whitewater 79 River Falls 64 La Crosse 68 River Falls 96 Stout 84 ROGER KUSS 107BASKETBALL RIVER PALLS 28 — ST. THOMAS 86 In the opening gome of the season the Falcons were defeated by a determined St. Thomas quint. St. Thomas was consistent in both shooting and defense. They mode 36 out of 82 shots attempted, while the Falcons mode only .6 out of 42. Carver Fouks paced the Fokons with nine points and Sandstrom collected 21 for St. Thomos. RIVER FALLS 39 — AUGSBURG 64 River Foils suffered their second defeat to the Augsburg Auggies with o score of 64-39. Showing some improvement over the previous gome, the Fokons still were unable to keep poce with o bolonced Augsburg teom. The Falcons netted 22 per cent of their shots ond 13 out of 19 free throws. Augsburg hit 32 per cent of their attempts. High scorer for River Foils wos Hark ness with eight points ond freshmon Virgil Gehing led the Auggies with 21. RIVER PALLS 70 — ST. JOHN'S 66 River Folk thundered through for o 70-66 victory over St. John's Jonnies in the local's first home contest. The Falcons were trailing by one point, 39-38, of the half but come from behind os Roger Kuss limbered up to pile up o lead of ten points ot one time. Kuss wos high scorer for the gome, gathering 21 points, eight boskets ond five free throws. Shields ond Erickson each scored 11 points for the Fokons. RIVER PALLS 47 — REGIS 49 Two free throws in the final minute of the game gave Regis college of Denver, Colo., a 49-47 victory over the Falcons. The gome, being close oil the woy, wos tied seven times. At the half Regis led 25-23. The Falcons sank 15 field goals for o 38 per cent overage while Regis averaged 25 per cent. Bud Fossen led the Fokons with 15 points and Kohl poced Regis with 18. RIVER FALLS 65 —ST. JOHN'S 76 Losing their second straight gome In tho final two minutes the Falcons were defeated by St. John's 76-65. The score was tied oight times ond the Falcons held o one point leod with two minutes to go. St. John's then mode six long set shots in succession. Kuss led the Fakon scoring with 17 points while Christopherson ond Litsby both netted 16 for the victors. RIVER FALLS 52 — U. of M. DULUTH BRANCH 53 In the second gome of their northern tour the Fokons lost o hard fought overtime battle to the U. of M. Duluth Branch 53-52. Kuss got three quick boskets in the Overtime period to put River rolls out front 52-47. Duluth tioa it up quickly ond on o last second attempt Paulson mode a free throw to put the home teom in the victor's position. Duluth froze the boll in the remaining seconds to win. Kuss ogoin led the Falcons with 17 points. RIVER FALLS 53 —SUPERIOR 55 River Foils lost its second conference gome to o hord fighting Yelow-jocket quinter 55-53. The gome got under woy very slowly with both .corns ploying control style of boll and shooting only when In good position. With eight minutes gone the Falcons hod on eight to seven advantoge. The second half was close oil the woy with neither teom out in front for long. Superior stolled the lost two minutes of the gome after Hencssy's six point splurge hod put them two points oheod. BARLOW TRIES FOR TWO MORE RIVER FALLS 58 — LA CROSSE 59 8ob Ricter stole the boll with 30 seconds remaining to ploy to sink on easy loyup shot for o 59-58 win for the Indians. With o minute ond forty seconds left to ploy the Falcons led 59-55 ond hod possession of the boll. While dribbling oround tho bockcourt in on attempted stall Fossen wos accused of stepping on the 10-second line. This gave Lo Crose the boll ond set the stoge for Knopton ond Rkter's lost minute boskets River Foils led most of the gome except for the lost six minutes of the first half when Lo Crosse gained the leod 23-32 ond the first two minutes of the second half. Kuss. with 20 points led the Falcon scoring. 108109RIVER FALLS 66 — MILWAUKEE 44 A greatly sharpened Falcon quintet led by center Roger Kuss. defeated Milwaukee Teachers 66 44 Kuss stole the whole show as he poured 47 points through the hoops River Falls wos out front at half time 27-24. Kuss mode 21 of the points thus for. This brilliant splurge continued throughout the game, and when the fmol horn sounded Kuss hod tied a conference record set by his fabulous forerunner Note Do Long. The game was not at all one sided until long after the second half. Milwauke collected o tolol of 37 personal fouls in vain attempts to stop the Falcons. RIVER FALLS 52 — OSHKOSH 60 The River Foils Folcon five ran into a hot Titan five and come out on the short end of o 60-S2 score. Tom Paul, forward for Oshkosh, could not miss the basket and accounted for 25 of the Titans' points. Roger Kuss, Folcon center, wos closely guarded by two Oshkosh players throughout the gome, but shook them off often enough to mork up 26 points for high individual honors. He hit on eight out of I I free throws. RIVER FALLS 71—AUGSBURG 73 A spirit that never says die wos not quite enough to overcome the height advantage and suporior shooting ability of the Augsburg team, as they registered a 73-71 victory over River Falls. Roy Czech wos the outstanding man on the floor os he dribbled and shot his way through for o total of 24 points. A few seconds beforo the regular ploy ended he tied the score 69-69 with o free throw. Trailing in the five minute overtime 71-68 with 45 seconds loft to play, Czech staged another rally. The score ended again tie 71-71. At this stage the two opposing coaches decided to ploy o sudden death version of completion in which the first team to score two points wins. Augsburg tallied two free throws on two separate occasions to win the contest. RIVER FALLS 92 — EAU CLAIRE 104 Roger Kuss hit the buckets with 21 field goals and 10 free throws for a grand total of 52 points to set a new Wisconsin State Teachers College Conference scoring record. His efforts, which totaled 62 per cent, together with good shooting from his teammates were not enough to subdue the hot Eau Claire peds. River Falls wos in the gome all the way through although they led only by a 3-2 score. They trailed by as many os 19 points midway in the second half. CZECH LOOKS FOR A RECEIVER river falls 78 — superior 84 RIVER FALLS 87 — WHITEWATER 79 River Foils ployed its best game of the season when they knocked Whitewater from its top rung on the conference ladder by o thrilling 87-79 win. It was not until the final minute begoin ticking awoy that Falcon fons become sure of o victory. The lead changed hands nine times ond was tied five times during the course of the gome. White-water led ot halftime 44-42. River Falls suffered another conference tilt loss when Superior emerged on the long end of o 84-78 score. River Foils led in the opening minute of ploy 2-0. Then the onslaught began. Walker and West paced Superior in the opening half, running up to 51-36 at halftime. Kuss kept the Falcons in the game with a 24 point total ot the holftime. Fine possing and fast, driving basketball by Czech sparkled a second half Falcon roily which saw them take the Icod at 71 -70, with eight minutes left to ploy. Superior stollcd the final two minutes of play, toning the ball out of bounds every time. RIVER FALLS 64 —LA CROSSE 68 After snotching a four point lead the Falcons let the Indians take over ond were behind from that point on. The gome ended with River Foils on the short end of o 68-64 score. The Falcons apparently couldn't get going ond their play never reached a peak. As usual the Falcon scoring was led by Kuss with 23 points, seven buckets ond nine free tosses. La Crosse led at halftime 38 to 29 and held about that margin most of the game. RIVER FALLS 76 — STEVENS POINT 86 Stevens Point handed the Falcons their eighth conference setbock, 86-76. At one point in the first half Stevens Point led by 26 points, 42-16. The Pointers faltered badly during the second half os the Fakons stoged a brilliant comebock which saw them narrow the margin to three points at 51-54 and again at 53-56. However, the Fokons attack slowed considerably with ten minutes remaining to be played ond they soon trailed by ten points. 110OH, MY ACHIN' BACK!! VICTORIOUS FALCONS AFTER WHITEWATER GAMECARNIVAL HEDU Friday: Skating at H»c High School Saturday: Bowling tournament at Racraation Moll Skiing and tobogganing o« Fourth Street Snow Sculpture Contest Boskatball ... Augsburg versus Rivor Winter Carnival Danca Coronotion of Quean Mary ond King JoltCAST Claudius, King of Denmark__________________________ garj gn_e Hamlet, son to the former, and nephew to the present King ...------------------------William Wisdom Polonlus, Lord Chamberlain---------------------Joseph Trentor Horatio, friend to Hamlet...................Richard Armstrong Laertes, son to Polonius____________________________pefer russ Guildenstern, a courtier —______________________Alan Peabody Rosencrantz, a courtier —-----------------------Gene Gilbertson Osric, a courtier---------------------------- Thomas Ingham A gentleman __________________________________ Vernon Davis Marcellus, an officer----------_--------Theodore S. Abbott, Jr. Bernardo, an officer_________________________Edwin Schweitzer Francisco, a soldier_______________________________Art Jevert A soldier-------------------—______________....Galen Palm berg pI ixsac John C. DeShazo ___....._________...___Marie Ernenputsch ___________..._____________ —_Robert Dodge ____....__________________________ ....._Alice Luck ________________..............Virginia Weather head of Hamlet's Father ..........___________ —__Paul Rodtke Queen of Denmark and mother to Hamlet .....____Margaret Anderson — Maxine Abbott Ophelia, daughter to Polonius ....._____-_————Amy Melin Ladies of the court_____....._Norma Kriesel — Aralda ThayerDirector Assistant director Stage manager . Electrician________ Properties _________Blanche Davis Theodore S. Abbott, Jr. ____________ Earl Enge Norman Noah .Alan PeabodyFotKer Young Farm By ROBINSON -3 EFFE.RS Dramatized %»Y P«abody ________________________ B U B t ner ............................................. 0 ervr Hansen Hand . .V-V.V-V-‘-‘.....-....................... ____.....________________________________ ........ AvVan Peooooy " Y_V-V.V-V_________________________________ hAory Jonc VAaessly Errvcnpvitscrx Soldier ..... Hired Girl Mother .... MarieINTRAMURAL BASKETBALL FINAL INTRAMURAL BASKETBALL STANDINGS STRONG LEAGUE Nome Won Lost Pet. Polkcrs 0 1.000 1 .833 Hawkeyes 2 .667 Whizzy Kids 2 .667 Carpet Baggers 2 .667 Rollicking Rummies 2 .600 North landers 3 .400 Apostles 3 .400 Block Hawks 4 .333 Local Yokels 4 .333 Club 21 4 .200 Sod Socks 6 .000 Bi-County: Champions of the Strong League. Front row: R. Olson, Berlund, Thaldorf; Bock row: LaBerge, D. Johnson, Lee, Wolfe. The Friendly Five: Champions of the Weak League. Front row: Lais, Barnet, Foss; Bock row: Berg, Airies, D. Anderson. FINAL INTRAMURAL BASKETBALL STANDINGS WEAK LEAGUE Nome Won Lost Pet. Alpine Traubodours 6 0 1.000 Wag Laddies 1 .857 Friendly Five 4 1 .800 Scooters 1 .800 Gears 3 1 .750 Clams 3 2 .600 Sizzling Six 1 2 .600 Cellar Dwellers 4 .200 Boles Bombers 1 4 .200 Six Old Men 1 4 .200 Woll Street Five 0 4 .000 TiredTen 0 4 .000 1171950 BASEBALL Front row: Layman, H. Nel on, M. Shanks, Sterling, Matthias, Kannel; Linohan, Engebretson, Hendrickson, Cardinal, Benson, Fe«dt, Subke; Bock row: Slaughter, Tobias, Vogel, Connelly, Salmon, Morgan, Riley. Houg. Second row: Hoy (coech). SEASON'S RESULTS Rivor Falls 2 St. Cloud .............. 0 River Falls 5 St. Cloud .............. 4 River Falls 7 Minn. Stato Prison ..... 3 River Falls 20 Eau Claire ............. 3 River Falls 15 Eau Claire ............. 1 River Falls 2 Mankoto ................ 4 River Falls 5 Monkoto ................ 4 River Falls 3 La Crosse .............. 3 River Falls 2 Winona ................. 3 River Falls 5 Winono ................. 6 1950 MINNESOTA-WISCONSIN COLLEGE BASEBALL STANDINGSG Won 9 Lost 1 Pet. .900 River Falls 7 3 .700 Mankato S.T.C. . 4 4 .500 St. Cloud S.T.C. 3 3 .500 Stout College 3 7 .300 Eau Claire S.T.C. 0 8 .000 1951 FALCON BASEBALL SCHEDULE April 21 Minnesota State Prison, there. April 28 Stout Institute, there. May 4 La Crosso, here. May 8 Eau Claire, there. Mankato, 2 games, there. May 12 May 15 Eau Cloire, here. May 19 St. Cloud, 2 gomes, here. May 22 Stout, here. May 25 Winono, 2 games, here. LETTER AWARDS IN BASEBALL VOTED BY THE ATHLETIC COUNCIL FOR THE 1950 BASEBALL SEASON Gene Cardinal Newman Benson Lynos Hendrickson Bob Voael Gerald Slverling Pat Connelly Bob Gulth Bob Engebretson Bob Salmon Keith Riley Bill Morgan Howard Matthios Harlan Nelson Tom Linohan PITCHING RECORDS Won 4 Lost 3 Keith Riley 3 0 Buster Loyman 0 I Clair Tobias 1 0 Totals 8 41950 TRACK TH Following Mon Competed in Track For Hio Falcons John Augsburger — Brood Jump, Discus, High Hurdles, Low Hurdles. Lyle Bestul — Brood Jump, Relay. Norman Parker-----2-mile run. Jim Van Tofenhove — Mile, Half-mile, Relay. Dean Wool ter — Shot Put. Ed Minot — 440-yord dash. Chuck Broun — 440-yard dash. Gordon Seifert — 100-yard dosh. High Jump, Relay. Gerald Sweet — 100-yard dosh, 220-yard dosh. Relay. 1950 STATE TRACK MEET RESULTS MINNESOTA-WISCONSIN TRACK MEET RESULTS Milwaukee La Crosse .... Oshkosh .... Whitewater .. Stevens Point River Falls .. Eau Claire 91 7 10 52 3 5 39 1 2 13 1 5 12 9 7 Mankato .................................... Winona ..................................... St. Cloud .................................. Eau Claire ................................. River Foils ...............................— 92 a 44 V4 36% 21 'A 11 Point Winners for Hie Feleons Point Winners for the Feltons 880-yard Run: first, Jim Van Tatenhove High Jump: third Gordon Seifert Broad Jump: fourth, Lyle Bestul 440-yard Dosh: fourth. Chuck Broun Two-mile Run: second. Norman Porker 120-yard High Hurdles: fifth, John Augsburger High Jump: second, Seifert INTER-CLASS TRACK MEET RESULTS Seniors ......................................... !! Freshmen ....................................... •’J Juniors ........................................ Z Sophomores ....................................... 4 The Summaries: 100-yard dosh —— (1 )Seifert, senior; (2) Augsburger, freshman; (3) Bestul, senior. Time 10:8. 220-yard dosh — (1) Seifert, senior; (2) Henry, senior; (3) Broun, freshman. Time 25. 440-yord dosh——Cl) Broun, freshman; (2) Henry senior; (3) Minot, junior. Time 58. Half-Mile — (1) Lyons, sophomore; (2) Kromer, freshman. Time 2:27. Mile —(1) Jim Van Totenhove, senior; (2) Parker, freshman. Time 5:0. TRIANGULAR MEET AT EAU CLAIRE RESULTS Stevens Point ............................. River Foils ............................. 50 Eau Claire ............................ 38 River Falls won the 440-yard run, 880-yord run, mile run and brood lump. Jim Van Tatenhove won the half-mile and mile events. Fred Augsburger won the brood jump. Chuck Broun won the 440-yord dosh. 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