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7ftstefeesi ZZc THE UNIVERSITY £- A A £r J_ a ? vy _25 OF WISCONSII 1 THE UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN THE OFFICIAL YEARBOOK OF THE UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN VOLUME 63 Copyrighted by WILLIAM VOS, Editor CAROLINE MAHAN, Business Manager It is YOU who have made this book — you and the time you have spent on Wisconsin ' s campus. You are an integral part of this book. It was your search for knowledge that insti- tuted the University of Wisconsin. It is your spirit that keeps it alive and active. And now, after four years of serious preparation towards assuming a position in the outside world, you are leaving. Your education here will be the foundation of future decisions and hence must not be forgotten. Your 1948 BADGER will be the constant reminder of the personalities, the class rooms, the activities — the spirit of campus life you will never want to forget. ■ " •I . m %- - rvC lime and age will pack these lucid patterns into Past: The airy height, Observatory Hill; a monarch ' s sight Of blended fabrics, lake and earth and sky, set fast In a bright, moving, warming tapestry of light. ' I he Lake Road, cindered, canopied by trees— Where evening weaves a carpet of romance; When shore and lake respond with rhythmic harmonies To mend some broken love-vow with a glance. — Donald Zedler ■■ ■■ ■■ H ■H In endless search for truth from this Observatory site A man-made eye gropes through the haze of time and space, And through the calm and darkness of the night The buildings throw a flood of hope which lights the campus face. What truer things will constant quests unveil ? The thin dawn awakes the sleeping minds of men; Its pallid glow fills man ' s historic trail; Truth lives in Nature ' s beauties, not random scratchings of a pen. — Donald Zedler " ' ' t tt f f W f £ ££££. of Hie Mid-Wed Wisconsin is proud of her reputation as one of the high- lights of midwestern beauty. I [er campus is a focal point foi graceful, lake-bordered landscapes, and for the pictur- esque ivy-cov ered buildings which are always prominent among college memories. Illumined against the back- drop ol a snowy night, Bas- com Hall assumes a quiet dignity, with the echo of the day ' s students still to be found in the paths traced through the snow by hundred ' , of Wis consinites. .-k- As though keeping watch over the edu- cation of American youth, Abe Lincoln sits in his place of honor on the crest of Bascom Hill. ' » ' itftf ' Just as bountifulness of a harvest depends upon the fertility of the soil, so the advances ol our civilization have been linked inseparably with the development of agricultural science. Always a respected and inventive leader in this field, Wisconsin has enjoyed the reputation of being responsible for many of the outstanding achievements in the dairy industry, begin- ning with the great contribution of Babcock in 1890. One of the oldest parts of the University, the Ag Campus also has some of the most pic- turesque buildings; the Stock Pavilion has for many years been the site for annual stock shows. The aim of the College has always been to bring the great advances of agriculture to tin- farmer, that he may actualize the potentiality of his land. Much of Madison ' s natural beauty is derived from her four lakes, Men- dota, Monona, Waubesa, and Ke- gonsa. From one of the approaching highways, one looks across Like Monona to see the city stretched out, with the capitol dome rising above it. Only a narrow bridge of land sep- arates Monona from her sister lake, Lake Mendota. As we stand in a tower overlook- ing the quiet waters of Mendota at sunset, we see sailboats moored oft the piers at the Memorial Union. Regattas are a favorite summer sport for Wisconsin students. •v ' • ■•■•.. Wingra is a lake often frequented by fishermen, where the locks form small pools ideal for panfish. These lakes reflect Madison ' s vJwSr i. hhbSu charm in every season. ( 7 v A ___-- • " " " " " V f ' . - - . " " MH— !■ H I ' - • _ lief against the white background of snow - blanketed roads which wind toward Bascom Hall and Lake Men- dota. Winter scenes like these show why Wisconsin is famed for her beautiful grounds. Lovely in every season, the campus becomes a study of pictur- es jue contrasts after January snows. A lacy network of branches is silhou- etted against hazy skies, while the more energetic students revel in snowball fights, or build gigantic snowmen to rule over their crystal- line kingdoms. 12 I lat 8:50 hike from Science Hall ' way out to Temporary 16 on a sub-zero January morning was a cold affair, and possibly we overlooked the scenery; but in retrospect we see the Hiram Smith dairy building trying not to shiver under a blanket of snow fringed with icicles. Cars coughed a bit, but rallied faithfully; and ruddy-faced students on foot braved winter winds and the even frostier prospect of impending exams. 13 " In a Badger devoted to the beauty of the Wisconsin campus, I want to add a arship of Wisconsin. Bricks and mortar may build a campus, but only teachers and students can build a uni- versity. Behind the University of Wisconsin is a heritage of great scholarship; before it, the prospect of a chal- lenging future. Wisconsin, on the eve of its Centennial, gathers strength from its worthy past for a relcnt- search for ways it may better serve in its second century. " —President E. B. Fred ' As an alumnus of the University I deeply appreciate the significance of our Alma Mater ' s coming Centennial. While occupying the Governor ' s chair I have had many occasions to observe that the history of the State anil the University are inextricably woven together. We have set a laudatory example of state university and state gov- ernment cooperating in the interest of all our people. Through research, teaching, and public service, the boundaries of the University campus have truly become co- extensive with the boundaries of the State. " — Governor Oscar Rennebohm 5 h % wtA-K " 4r «£§ ?£ lie Capital at MadUan Madison has had the signal honor of being chosen the capital of Wisconsin. This honor has meant to the city that it is the crux of state executive, legislative, and judiciary administra- tion; the center for political thought and discussion; and the vital machinery whereby a state-wide entity of desire and en- thusiasm for a just form of government has been conceived and evolved into its present form. So closely linked with this heritage of power is the responsi- bility for intelligence, intellectual integrity, and the unceasing effort to bring into reality the decisions made for the better- ment of the state. This responsibility is not confined to the men who make our laws and decide our policies. Every citizen who enjoys the opportunities and privileges resulting from our democratic ideal worthily fulfilled is responsible for upholding the laws and taking full advantage of his powers to have a voice in the government. It was through the mighty effort of one people with a unified ideal that our state came into being; it is through the same spirit of unity in carrying out our duties that our state will continue to progress. One aim of our university is to instill into us, as future citi- zens, the capability and intelligence to make use of our privi- leges wisely; that we may contribute in measure as we reap, the many benefits of our democratic society. W l t-wJ Mtffy mm ? " " •w awlEg- $ - BOOK THREE es; ' •A-JtS -t « T .K, « -¥ BOOK FOUR i rsB 1 ■ -k BOOK FIVE _ ■ • • . " ■1 j 0 •A ►» HlillUSTIilTIIU COLLEGES SENIORS MILITARY ' (t iiauuin. BOOK ONE Assisting Mrs. Troxell arc Barbara Colbron, freshman advisor; Helen Kayser, sophomore and Panhcllcnic ad- visor; and Emily Chcrvcnik, who is in charge of occu- pational guidance and placement. Miss Colbron counsels freshmen and helps solve their problems; Miss Kayser directs sorority affairs such as rushing and social events; and Miss Chervenik, besides occupational guidance, is in charge of Careers Conference. TriAJL. JjwxriL Mrs. Mark G. Troxell, the Dean of Women, counsels the women students on campus in regard to their personal, academic, social, and vocational inter- ests. With the aid of her assistants, she helps women become capable and adult. Helen Kayser, Barbara Colbron, Emily Chcrvcnik 22 mi ixwt w m TUfL. Jhump Mr. Paul Trump, besides being ad- visor of men, is chairman of the Life and Interest Committee and of the Committee on Loans and Undergradu- ate Scholarships; and is associate direc- tor of the Office of Student Personnel Services. Miss Elizabeth Madden, AdminiJ in the Student Personnel Office, is| the Life and Interest Committee mittee on Loans and Undergradu| As Personnel Assistant, Mr. Gorl in the work of the Office of Studenl ices. [Assistant Iretary of |he Com- larships. jpf helps Inel Serv- Elizabeth Madden, Gordon Klopf 23 ADMINISTRATORS Mr. Kenneth Little, as Registrar and director of Stiklent Personnel Services, is in charge of all regis- tration work; and in the latter position, coordinates the services available to students pertaining to their aptitudes and vocations. In this capacity, Mr. Little arranges counseling service as well as testing meth- ods aimed at discovering a student ' s abilities and interests. Miss Marion E. Tormey, director of the Student Employment Bureau, assists students in finding jobs, either connected with the University, or in outside work. As University Editor, Mr. William Negley edits all the university publications financed by state funds, such as catalogs anil bulletins, and other announce- ments. William Neg.ey His finger on the pulse of the campus, Ray Hilsen- horT, in the position of student financial advisor, fills the role of friendly counselor and advisor to all the many students who have adding machine trouble. Over a million dollars is routed annually through his office. Ray is a graduate of the class of 1924. Mr. Robert Foss, editor of The Badger Quarterly, is also director of the University Information Service which releases university news to state radios and newspapers. A familiar figure to campus veterans is Mr. John Rammer, supervisor of the Business Office for Vet- erans, who works out the regulations of the G.I. Bill. Ray Hilsenhoff wmam Robert Foss John Kammer ■■■I ' x. ' ■■-. -v.: ' : ' ■ The University of Wisconsin has long been known as the University of the People. For more than 50 years it has conducted short courses and special lectures — first lor farmers, now also tor business men, workers, pro- fessional men and women, manufacturers, housewives... These meetings arc now held wherever space can be found, placing extra burdens on the overcrowded Uni- versity plum and causing inconvenience to faculty and isitors alike. The University of Wisconsin Foundation intends to correct this condition by presentation to the University .1 special purpose building where adequate adult educa- tional facilities will lie made available. The building will be equipped with radio and television broadcast facilities so thai special lectures and demonstrations may be carried to schools and homes throughout the sine. Those who are planning this building have already fallen into the habit oi calling it " The Wisconsin Idea Building. " Such an educational iorum will give reality to the University ' s vision — that the boundaries of the campus should be co-extensive with the boundaries ol the state. CENTENNIAL CAMPAIGN OBJECTIVES The current Centennial Campaign ol the Foundation to raise a minimum ol Sxooii.uoo among the alumni and in ' ihI-. c.i th University has lour immediate ' objectives; briefly stated they are: 1. An Adult Education Building 2. Scholarships and Fellowships for Worthy. Needy Students 3. Special Professorships 4. Special Instruments and Equipment lor Research THE FINAL OBJECTIVE is aimed to broaden cul- tural life IN THE UNIVERSITY and to increase the area of public service OUTSIDE THE UNIVERSITY. All objectives full outside the normal duties of the tax- payer and the state legislature. OFFICERS George I. I laighl. Chairman of the Board; Howard L. Potter, President; William J. Hagenah, Executive Director; Harry A. Bulbs, Vice President; William S. Kies, Vice President; George B. I.uhman, Vice President and Treasurer; Ray M. Stroud, Secretary and Counsel; Basil I. Peterson, Administrative Secretary. DIRECTORS Hon. Elmer E. Barlow, Madison, Wis.; I [arry A. Bulbs. Minneapolis, Minn.; Herman L. l ' .kern, Madison. Wis.; Howard T. Greene, Genesee Depot, Wis.; William J. Hagenah, Glencoe, 111.; George I. fiaight, Chicago, 111.; Julius P. lhil, Milwaukee. Wis. ; Wallet I. Hodgkins, Ashland, Wis.; A. J. Horlick, Racine, Wis.; William S. 26 | WISCONSIN FOUNDATION Meeting of members: Myron T. Harshaw, L. L. Smith, William }. Hagenyh, Herman L. Ekern, Howartl T. Greene, Ray N. Stroud, Herbert V. Kohler, Howard I. Potter, Wallace Meyer, John T. McNelly, Basil I. Peterson, Mrs. George F. Lines, Frank J. Sensenbrenner, Irwin Maier, George B. Luhman, A. J. Horlick, Joseph A. Cutler, W. G. Aschenbrencr. Kies, New York, N. Y.; Herbert V. Kohler, Kohler, Wis.; George B. Luhman, Milwaukee, Wis.; Irwin Maier, Milwaukee, Wis.; George W. Mead, Wisconsin Rapids, Wis.; Howard I. Potter, Chicago, 111.; Hon. Oscar Renne- bohm, Madison, Wis.; Glen V. Rork, Eau Claire, Wis.; Frank ). Sensenbrenner, Neenah, Wis.; Ray N. Stroud, Madison, Wis.; Arthur E. Timm, Milwaukee, Wis.; Reuben N. Trane, La Crosse, Wis.; Robert A. Uihlein, Milwaukee, Wis.; Clayton F. Van Pelt, Fond du Lac, Wis.; Pierpont J. E. Wood, Janesville, Wis. EX OFFICIO Walter A. Frautschi, Madison, Wis.; John Berge, Madi- son, Wis. CHARTER MEMBERS Allen Abrams, Harry W. Adams, Stanley C. Allyn, Ells- worth C. Alvord, W. G. Aschenbrener, Edwin C. Austin, Merlin H. Aylesworth, David Barney, Percy H. Batten, Rae F. Bell, Folke Becker, Homer H. Benton, Raymond Bill, Adolph C. Bolz, Theodore W. Brazeau, Thomas E. Brittingham, Jr., Timothy Brown, Kenneth F. Burgess, Charles L. Byron, Mrs. Frederick H. Clausen, Leon H. Clausen, Joseph M. Conway, John C. Cornelius, David A. Crawford, Michael F. Cudahy, Kenneth Curtis, Joseph A. Cutler, Joseph E. Davies, Dr. James P. Dean, Edward J. Dempsey, Charles V. Dollard, Willis H. Durst, Harold Eckhart, Judge Evan A. Evans, D. C. Everest, Arthur W. Fairchild, Harold S. Falk, Horace W. Foskett, Max E. Friedmann, Glenn L. Gardiner, Har- old L. Geisse, Walter Geist, Albert J. Goedjen, Harry J. Grant, William J. Grede, Samuel B. Groom, Dr. Gunnar A. Gundersen, Henry M. Haase, Hans J. Hagge, Elbert B. Hand, Louis M. Hanks, L. D. Harkrider, Myron T. Harshaw, Abner A. Heald, Mrs. Carroll R. Heft, Thomas R. Hefty, Harvey V. Higley, William D. Hoard, Jr., James R. Hobbins, Gilbert T. Hodges, Milo B. Hopkins, Ralph Horton, Charles T. Hutson, Austin S. Igleheart, Carl Jacobs, W. D. James, George H. Johnson, Herbert F. Johnson, Jr., Dr. Merritt L. Jones, Walter Kasten, Alfred J. Kieckhefer, Mrs. Richard E. Krug, George F. Kull, Robert W. Lea, Mrs. George F. Lines, Richard Lloyd- Jones, John S. Lord, Karl M. Mann, Fredric March, Keith S. McHugh, Dr. Paul D. Merica, Wallace Meyer, T. G. Montague, Morgan Murphy, Thomas G. Nee, Elbert H. Neese, Grover C. Neff, Arthur C. Nielsen, Walter A. Olen, Mrs. Christian J. Otjen, Mrs. Kenneth S. Parker, Charles S. Pearce, LeRoy A. Petersen, Cyrus L. Philipp, H. Carl Prange, Guido R. Rahr. Philip D. Reed, Harlan B. Rogers. Hubert E. Rogers, Robert L. Rote, Gretchen B. Schoenleber, E. J. B. Schubring, Harold H. Seaman, Mrs. Elmer L. Sevringhaus, Dr. Sumner H. Slichter, Lynwood H. Smith, L. L. Smith, John St. John, Max Stieg, Harold W. Story, Milo K. Swanton, James S. Thompson, Roy E. Tomlinson, Robert A. Uihlein, W. B. Uihlein, Earl O. Vits, Chester O. Wanvig, Jessel S. Whyte, Rudolph Zimmerman. 27 John Berge, ' 22, executive secretary ol the Wisconsin Alumni Association, presents Asso- ciation membership card to Ed Mills, presi- dent of the ' 48 senior class. To every gradu- ating senior goes a year ' s tree membership in the Association, making him a vital part of one of the largest alumni organizations in the country. The WAA was founded 87 years ago, is dedicated to " promoting by or- ganized effort the best interests of the Uni- versify. " Over 14,000 full-time Badgers are now members. The Association is proud to be called " the strong right arm " of the Uni- versity and to welcome into its ranks this month the members of the class of ' 48. unni SCONSIN UZtonuiL ftiSGctiubotL EDWARD R. MILLS Membership to SEPT. 1, 1?U9 - President of the Wisconsin Alumni Association is Walter A. Frautschi, ' 24, of Madison. As an undergraduate. Mr. Frautschi was something of a BMOC, what with being a member of the Union Board and editorial chairman of The Daily Cardinal. His interest in and loyalty to Wisconsin have increased through the years and today he represents the best in discriminating alumni support for the University. Other Association officers include Frank O. Holt, ' 07, First Vice President; Stanley C. Allyn. ' 13, Second Vice President; Mrs. R. E. K.rug, ' 37, Secretary; and Guy Sundt, ' 22, Treasurer. Here ' s what your Alumni Association does: OFFERS the most effective means of promoting by organized effort the best interests of the University. ASSISTS the University in securing much needed legislative appropriations. SENDS out over halt a million pieces of mail annually to keep Wisconsin folks informed about campus needs and developments. AIDS the University of Wisconsin Foundation in securing gilts anil bequests for the University. COOPERATES with the University in planning and develop- ing a Centennial program ol activities and other s|xvi.il events, SPONSORS two annual radio broadcasts — a Founders ' Day program each February and .i Football Kickoff luncheon each fall. PUBLISHES the monthly Wisconsin Alumnus, Coach Harry Stuhldreher ' s Football Letters, the Cardinal Communique, direc- tories, and special bulletins. DISTRIBUTES Alumni Club Bulletins each month with help I ul ideas for club officers. FURNISHES class lists, circular letters, and addressing service to classes and clubs. ARRANGES the annual alumni reunion. PRI-.SI VIS Coldcn lubilee Certificates to members of the Hall i ntury Club. HONORS outstanding alumni and friends ol the University with special certificates and outstanding students with cadi awards. GIVES Iree memberships to all University ol Wisconsin seniors lor one year alter graduation. I SI A I !l I SI IIS scholarships lor needy and outstanding students. ALLOWS tickci preference to members lor all home games. PROVIDES to loyal alumni the satisfaction which comes from doing things lor their Alma Mater. ASSOCIATION Right, top: Every year the Wisconsin Alumni Association honors thr.e outstanding Badger students. Last spring they were (left to right) Ed Brenner, ' 47, " the senior who has con- tributed most to the welfare of the University " ; Barbara Berge, ' 48, " outstanding junior woman " ; and Roland Hoer- mann. ' 48, " outstanding junior man. " Each was given a $100 check. At the right is Clay Schoenfeld, ' 41, editor ol The Wisconsin Alumnus, monthly magazine published by the Association, which for three years in a row has won prizes as one of the best alumni magazines in the country. Right, bottom: Row on row of card files in the Alumni Association offices contain vital statistics about every student who has ever climbed the Hill. More than 137,000 Badgers have gone from Wisconsin halls into every corner of the globe. The Association keeps track of all of them. Now the names of the class of ' 48 are being added to the records. Below, left: Linked with the Wisconsin Alumni Association are over 80 alumni clubs scattered from New York to Tokyo. These clubs sponsor Badger banquets at least once a year, like this Founders ' Day dinner at Racine last February. Members of the class of ' 48 will find their free Association membership cards an " open sesame " to alumni activities wherever they go. Below, right: At a Badger rally in Minneapolis last January are E. B. Fred. Bob De Haven, ' 34, Harry Bullis, ' 17, Herbert Kohler, and Howard Potter, ' 16. OARD OF REGENTS The Board of Regents, composed of ten citizens representing all areas of the state, is the governing board of the University of Wisconsin. The Board is an official body provided for in the Constitution of the State of Wisconsin. The members of the present board, shown in this picture, spend a great deal of time and effort in the solution of the many University problems. Seated from left to right around their meeting table with President Fred in the President ' s office, are Miss Margaret Slightam, Secretary to Mr. A. W. Peterson; Mr. Clarke Smith, Assistant Secretary of the Regents; Mr. A. W. Peterson, Secretary of the Hoard of Regents; President E. B. Fred; Mr. LcRoy I.. Luberg, Assistant to the President; Regent John D. Jones, Jr., Racine; Regent F. J. Sensenbrenner, President of the Board of Regents, Neenah; Regent Charles IX Gelatt, La Crosse; Regent Dr. R. G. Arveson, Frederic; Regent A. Matt. Werner, Sheboygan; Regent W. J. Campbell, Oshkosh; and Regent Leonard J. Klcczka, Milwaukee. Those Regents who are not in the picture are: Regent John Callahan, Madison: Regent Daniel H. Grady, Portage; and Regent Walter J. Hodgkins, Ashland. ;n COLLEGE OF M1TCDLTI11I Dean Ira L. Baldwin, head of the College of Agri- culture, came to Wisconsin in 1927 as a member of the Bacteriology Department. He was made Assist- ant Dean in 1931, spent three years during the war in Washington, was made Dean of the Graduate School in 1944, and received his present post in 1945. During the war, Dean Baldwin worked on a secret research program concerning national defense. He is also director of the Agriculture Experimentation Pro- gram and the Agriculture Extension Service. First in Agriculture continued this year at Wis- consin. Noteworthy were the top honors received by cattle from the University farms, over all college cattle, at the International Livestock Exposition. 31 Assisting Dean Baldwin is Associate Don Vincent K. Kivlin. Mr. Kivlin is responsible lor the organization of class schedules, both tor th; regular and short course terms. Mis, Frances Zuill is director of the course in Home Economics. The curricula is plan neel lor students who desire a preparation in teach ng, a professional career in institutional management, hospital dietetics, interior de- sign, costume design, child development, or merchandising ol textiles and clothing. Dressing poultry is an art of its own as can be seen here. This is one of the many courses that is practical and important for students interested in poultry husbandry. First row: J. Kinzler, E. Gunderson, P. Godfrey, L. Brooks, W. Ward, M. Litscher, L. Swanson, A. Wise. Second row: A. Block, D. Bruhn, H. Portz, E. Zicker, L. Hansen, D. Dahnert, M. Neitman. Third row: R. Schultz, G. McKerrow, E. Broege, K. Klingelhofer, D. Voskuil. D. Sprain, R. Bula, T. Tibbetts. AGRICULTURE STUDENT COUNCIL The Agricultural Student Council is com- prised of the president and one other repre- sentative from each recognized organization in Agriculture and Hom e Economics. In carrying out its policy of promoting closer relationships between students and faculty of the departments of Agriculture and Home Eco- nomics, the Council sponsored the Ag-Home Ec Walk-Around, which was held one October afternoon on President Fred ' s lawn. Students had another chance to get acquainted with their faculty at the annual Spring Banquet. Two dances rounded out the Council ' s func- tions. In spite of rain clouds that hit! the har- vest moon, Harvest Ball was thoroughly en- joyed by all. The outstanding social event on Ag Campus was the Mid-Winter Ball. The big annual Ag Campus Weekend was opened by this semi-formal affair and was climaxed by the Little International. Officers were: William Ward, President; Lester Swanson, Vice-president; Marion Litscher, Secretary; Lvnndon Brooks, Treas- urer; and VINCENT E. KIVLIN, ADVISOR. 33 Euthenics Club is an organization on Ag Campus open to all students and faculty mem- bers in Home Economics. With an objective ■of furthering the interest of Home Economics students in their field the club provides social, business and professional experiences. Presented to the entire campus annually are costumes designed and executed by many of the Home Economics students at the Euthenics St vie Revue. This allows opportunity of dis- covering managerial ability and encourages originality besides enabling the girls to show their creative abilities. To stimulate professional interest, representa- tives are sent each year to the provincial and national Home Economics Club meetings and the club contributes to the support of a foreign fellow in Home Economics. Officers were: President, Jean Kinzler; Vice- president, Ardell Smith; Secretary, Shirley Schroeder; Treasurer, Sylvia Starch; and AD- VISOR, HELEN J. ALLEN. EUTHENICS First row: R. Solverson, E. Gunderson, M. Benson, L. Kara, H. Winch, R. Mosh.r. L. Zurheide, P. Lowman. Second row: |. [ensen, M. Lake, B. Hrayton, S. Schroeder, A. Smith, H. Allen, |. Kinzler, S. Starch, A. Wise, D. Bender. Third row: I. Strickler. j. Taylor, M. Armaganian, H. Harvey, V. Krienke, G. Froelich, ( " . Stannard, P. Peterson, H. Bunce, L. Borden, B. Schafcr, H. Sirny, M. Schafer, M. S:one, B. Johnson, M. Thompson, B. Klusmevcr, V. Helwig, B. Felch. Fourth row: P. Wurster, I). Fehl, I. Knapp, I. Abe. P. Carl on. E. Brown, |. Kendall, A. Wellcrs, C. Perthel, N. Sasscn. R. Newman, N. Keating. M. Ritchie. 34 First row: K. Quam, J. Kerr, |. Horn, M. Miller, V. Mullendore, P. Rasmusson. Second row: J. Taylor, A. Schlimgen, N. Gibbs, F. Bowman, G. Waldo, L. Larsen. Third row: Dorothy Hussemann, L. Wuerch, R. Solveson, P. Godfrey, A. Wise, R. Nelson, L. Rice, P. Wurster. IllllillU Ml Omicron Nu, a national honorary home eco- nomics society, was established in 1912 at Michi- gan State College. Eta chapter at the University of Wisconsin was organized in 1915. Eta chapter presented a cup to the highest ranking freshman in home economics, spon- sored a scholarship tea for students having high scholarship, and cooperated with the national program of work in such projects as the financing of foreign and research fellowships in home economics. Scholastically high ranking second semester juniors, seniors, anil gratluates who have com- pleted half of their home economics require ments for their master ' s degree are eligible. Officers were: President, Ruth Nelson; Vice- president, Ruth Solveson; Secretary, Lyla Rice; Treasurer, Phyllis Wurster; and ADVISOR, DOROTHY HUSSEMANN. 35 First row: L. Larson. S. Krctche, E. Adams, M. Bensoi Second row: S. Starch, C. Aust, P. Finke, J. Hassli I. Horn. E. Gunderson, P. Cunningham, V. He ' Third row: M. Scheurell, L. Zimmer, M. Kolb, ECnapp, C. Beers, G. (Slander. l. R. Sell. L. Lien, A. Wise, L. Brown. is, P. Godfrey, R. Solveson, A. Schlimgen, L. Wuerch, jison, J. Caskey, J. Treichel, S. Steuber, M. Burdick, f. phi i r s i l ii v iniii ii in Phi Upsilon Omicron, national professional sorority for Home Economics women, has as its aims the strengthening of friendships among Home Economics students here on campus ami promotion of home economics. Nu chapter was founded at Wisconsin in 1920. Meetings are held each Tuesday night, ami alternate between professional, social, and busi- ness. Phi U ' s interest themselves in professional work and then finance worthy projects. Each Phi U cooperated in the plans to support a needy Madison family with food and clothing. Founders ' Day was a big occasion with both Phi U alums and actives on hand to talk about old tunes and to plan tor the Inline. Professional meetings were highlighted with du presentation of noted speakers. A talk on UNESCO by Dr. Helen White was especially enjoyed by the girls in Phi U. Officers were: President, Patricia Godfrey; Vice president, foy Hasslinger; Secretary, lean Caskey; Treasurer, Ruth Solveson; and AD- VISOR, MARION IUAIRE. 36 Alpha Zeta, a national honorary fraternity, was organized on the Wisconsin Campus in 1906. Membership is chosen from the rank and file of students enrolled in the College of Agri- culture. Membership prerequisites, however, require high scholastic achievement, campus leadership, and good character. Alpha Zeta strives to promote these activities among the younger students of the college by having the names of o utstanding freshman men engraved on a permanent public plaque. This serves as a source of inspiration fitting them for mem- bership when they become juniors and seniors. As an honorary fraternity, however, it does not lose sight of the importance of good fellow- k ship and brotherhood. It strives to attain these J objectives in its bi-monthly meetings and two annual banquets. Officers were: Chancellor, L. A. Brooks; Cen- sor, E. Stone; Scribe, R. Behrens; Treasurer, E. Zicker; Chronicler, G. Tenpas; and ADVISOR, ROBERT GRUMMER. : J .- Cr. (fo(i u»s. ALPHA u m First row: L. Kirking, K. Freiberg, S. Schriner, H. Portz. Second row: D. Sprain, D. Bruhn, E. Zicker, L. Brooks, R. Behrens, G. Tenpas, C. Kucirek. Third row: P. Schurr, R. Rhodes, H. Olson, L. Berth, R. Jeffers, L. Ulberg. Fourth row: R. Raabe, A. Magyar, D. Hallock, R. Kelly, W. Ward, H. Kautz. 37 «% The Collegiate chapter of F.F.A. is composed of former high school F.F.A. members and stu- dents interested in the teaching of vocational agriculture, ami strives to give prospective agri- culture teachers training ami leadership in ac- tivities which will benefit them in the teaching field. The chapter ' s aim is to teach wisdom, thrift, useful labor, and cooperation. Two degree teams composed of the officers of the club, travel to various high schools in Wisconsin to confer degrees on high school F.F.A. members ami to offer assistance to them. At each meeting interesting speakers are chosen to tell of their experiences in vocational agri- culture education work. A program committee makes up a program which includes educa- tional trips, picnics, and other events which the group is interested in. All members are urged to work ami learn together to make this a bigger and better organization. Officers were: President, Herbert Portz; Vice- president, Robert Kelly; Secretary, William Patterson; Treasurer, Charles Kucirek; and ADVISOR, JOHN A. JAMES. FUTURE Flllillillfi OF AMERICA First row: I). Scheie!, 11. Portz, 1.. Sasman, Prof. James, W. Patterson, C. Kucirek. Second row: R. Elmhorst, |. 1 Icm.iucr, R. Kelly, V. Arts, C. Westlahl, T. Garvey, G. Nelson. Third row: li. Holt, (;. Johnson, A. Magyar, E. Marth, W. Ward, C. Schuster. Fourth row: I). Ottum, |. Vedvik, H. Niles, R. Huebel, D. Bruhn, E. Olsen. Fifth row: R. Rust, E. Lunde, I.. kuschel, L. Kirking, J. Polich, W. Schultz. Sixth row: M. Firmer, H. Hauser, W. Smejkal, S. Schriner, R. Keen. Seventh row: W. Kimball, A. Kelm, A. Kautza, |. Cartter, J. Jandt. 38 First row: C. Nelson, W. Vodak, G. McKerrow, H. Olson, J. Frautschy, W. Wilson, M. Nelson, D. Schlintz, A. Tobi- son, L. Smithyman, N. Culver, K. Whitworth. Second row: O. Fosgate, G. De Young, G. Tenpas, H. Palm iter, R. McGuire, G. Hoye, L. Duge, E. Geoz, R. Elmhurst, L. Novakowski, R. Schultz. Third row: B. Rust, E. Olson, L. Felts, C. Roser, R. Kelly, C. Kucirek, H. Richards, L. Babka, D. Pease, K. Royen, H. Nelson, T. Kranik. Fourth row: B. Bernard, S. Geib, E. Marth, L. Algiers, W. Whelen, V. Fritz, R. Smithyman, D. Bruhn, R. Leverence, W. BohnholT, R. Naumann, L. Urben, K. Houston. Fifth row: A. Nevala, K. Kopp, B. Farrow, I. Sather, f. Tuss, W. Norton, C. Jurgens, R. McNall, |. Jandt, V. Metcalf, J. Gogin, D. Schlintz. SADDLE Ull SIRLOIN The Saddle and Sirloin Club is a national agriculture organization primarily for students interested in the development of better live- stock, by breeding and management. The club sponsors the dairy, livestock, and meat judging teams in their trips to national contests held at Waterloo, Iowa and Kansas City, Kansas, and also the International Livestock Exposition in Chicago. The club also sponsors the Little Internation- al, an annual event looked forward to by many people, this being the big event of the year for the Agriculture campus. The anticipation of the show is started by the nomination by vari- ous Ag clubs of their candidate for Queen of the show. Officers were: President, George McKerrow; Vice-president, James Frautschy; Secretary- Treasurer, Howard Olson; and ADVISOR, J. S. FULLER. 39 Blue Shield strives to promote interest in rural life and cultural values through discussion, so- cial recreation, and extension activities. Its monthly meeting aids in developing leadership abilities in group music, rural drama, arts, and crafts. From these activities spring the Annual Wisconsin Rural Art Show held in the Union and the extension trips to rural communities tor the purpose of helping rural people provide their own form of social entertainment and recreation. Oflicers were: Alton Dale Block, President; Grace Waldo, Vice-president; Florence Khng beil, Secretary; David Dunwiddie, Treasurer; Marlowe Nelson, Ag Council Representative; Hcrvev Hauser, Extension Director; and JOHN BARTON, ADVISOR. On the " 4-H Club of the Air, " as delegates to the Rural Youth U.S.A. Conference, explor- ing Upham Woods, site of a permanent state 4-H camp, selling chocolate milk to the stu- dents at Professor Gordon ' s Spring Music Fes- tival, or assisting the organization of a nearby 4-H club you will find University of Wisconsin 4-H Club members. Organized in 1928, the club serves as a means for 4-H members throughout the state to continue their friend- ships on campus. Officers were: May Donna Neitman, Presi- dent; O u in Kolb, Vice-president; Richard Hau- ser, Secretary; Sarah Robinson, Treasurer; Ted Tibbits, Ag Council Representative; and VERNE V. VARNEY and AGNES HAN- SEN, ADVISORS. HE. 1 1] SHIELD 4-H First row : I ' . Heuer, D. Matiak, H. Harvey, H. Eddy, P. Philips, R. Sensenbr ' nner, A. Otto, N. Sassen, M. Litscher, M. Suhr. ). Carlx-, R. Mosh r, M. Kolb, H. Hodyson, A. KirehhotT, M. Thompson, B. Klusmeyer, D. De Young. Second row: H. Gunderson, E. Streill, M. Benson, E. Gunderson, H. Hauser, L. Smithyman, F. Klingbeil, G. Waldo, A. Block. M. Neitman, A. Hansen (Advisor), Q. Kolb, R. Hauser, T. Tihbitts, P. Lumsdem. M. Waldo. R. Thorn- ion. M. Schafer, M. Burcalow, C. Price. ' I bird row: |. Taken. H. Armstrong. F. Brancel, M. Thomp on, C. Westfahl, [. Lawson, I. fust, |. Gogin, R. Robinson, K. Kopp, H. Voitlander, H. Vorpagel, R. Myhre, F. Schurch, A. Magin, H. Sirny, M. Baumann, F. Devine, H. Bunce, M. Nuttelman, ( ' . Brunsell, L. Priebe. Fourth row: P. Schink, D. Cartter, R. Rossmiller, R. Bartz, 1 . Huston, T. Schwoch, B. Olsen, O. Haszel, H. Stangel, (.. fohnston, |. Hauser, E. Van Ornum, C. Thompson, K, Havens, W. Wedin, F. Pancritz. A. Tobison, C. Pallet. Fifth row: W. YYutke. . Weber, |. Tuss. E. Peterson, R. Keen, C. Jurgens, W. Norton, R. McNahl. S. Schroth, E. I k Young, C. Hutchen, H. Papcke, J. Amid, K. Van Ornum. W. Masterson, E. Swanson, E. Leverenz, D. Richard. 40 SCHOOL OF CHEMISTRY Dr. J. Howard Mathews, Director of the School of Chemistry, graduated from the Uni- versity in 1903 and became Chairman and Director of the department in 1919. Scientific methods of criminal identification is Dr. Math- ews ' main hobby and interest. He has spent twenty-five years building, developing and working in his crime lab oratory, for which he has received an international reputation. During the first semester, the Chemistry de- partment held an open house where inside stories in the science of chemistry were told in a non-technical fashion. Students who attended got an eye-opening view of many lines of chem- ical research, the instruments used in this re- search and the amazing results which were obtained from the demonstrations. A new type of locker for laboratories was de- veloped, used and found to be so successful in saving space that many other schools are now installing them. 41 Alpha Chi Sigma, a professional chemical fra- ternity, was founded at the University of Wis- consin in 1902, for the purpose of bringing to- gether men interested in chemistry anil also for the advancement of the profession. Since its founding, the organization has grown to a total membership of nearly 20,000 with collegiate chapters in universities and colleges through- out the United States. Among other profes- sional activities, Alpha chapter sponsored a series of monthly technical lectures at the chap- ter house. In addition, prizes were awarded to outstanding freshman chemistry students. Monthly informal parties rounded out the chapter ' s social activities. Officers were: John R. Kuebler, Jr., Presi- dent; Richard J. Hcllmann, Vice-president; Bryant R. Dunshee, Master of Ceremonies; Richard G. Livesay, Reporter; Kenneth H. Schmit, Recorder; and DR. EDWIN M. LAR- SEN, ADVISOR. ALPHA CHI Nllilll First row: (1. Sawyer, T. Roskos, E. Theriault, J. Malenick, W. Zamzow. Second row: I). Heideman, B. Dunshee, R. Hellmann, J. Kuebler, K.. Schmit, R. McElwce, R. Livesay. Third row: B. Iwanciow, ). Hlinak, R. Myren, W. Ellingen, R. Wentorf, G. Daub. A. Preuss, W. Unzicker. Fourth row: D. Anns, D. Griffin, F. Wassermann, R. Strehlow, A. Filbey, R. Hunt, |. Ambrose, D. Conrad. 42 SCHOOL OF COMMERCE Since 1944, when the School of Commerce became autonomous, Fayette H. Elwell has been its Dean. Dean Elwell has been with Wisconsin since 1912 and in 1935 became direc- tor of the department of Commerce when it was still a part of the Letters and Science School. Mr. Elwell, in the past few years, has achieved in making Wisconsin the first state that has used the University for conducting Industrial Management Institutes. The idea behind the whole program is to weld the cooperation of business and industry. Since 1945, it has served 25,000 men in an increasingly popular program that has led, on the whole, to better business management. 43 Professor Martin Glaeser has been associated with Wisconsin since 1920. In 1936 he left the school for two years to become Chief Power Planning Engineer with the T.V.A. In that capacity, Mr. Glaeser has made a great name for himself in the setting up of a fair and simple- rate schedule. Last February, Mr. Glaeser was granted a leave of absence, until September, to join the Haynes Foundation in California, in order to write up a research paper on Regional Eco- nomics. It will be called " The Development of the Utilities and Economic Resources of the Pacific Southwest. " Professor P. G. Fox graduated from Wis- consin in 1921 and came back to teach in 1926. During those five years he did graduate work at Columbia and important statistical work for three large firms. He teaches Business Ethics and Rusiness Statistics. In a typical statistics lab can be seen George Albert, Bud Meyerhoff and Robert A. Jacques working with a calculator in order to figure out the answers for that day ' s assignment. 44 First row: R. Rubin. O. Nachtwey, L. Olson, L. Hammes, M. Germann. Second row: B. Schmeling, M. Reinhardt, R. Nelson, A. Wuesthoff, C. Amend, V. Tilly, E. Shelvik. Third row: C. Neuman, G. Mueller, C. Peterson, A. Spurgeon, M. Schaldach, I. Reidle, M. Shimnick. PHI CHI TllliTl Phi Chi Theta, national professional Com- merce sorority, had a group with interests lying in various phases of Commerce; yet coopera- tion helped the girls attain the end of higher ideals and better understanding among women preparing for business careers. Outstanding local and national business men and women spoke to the group, outlining some of the requirements for and opportunities in commercial fields. Alumnae became acquainted with the new pledges and renewed acquaintances with the actives at parties held during the year. High- lighting the term was the Founders ' Day Din- ner at which time alumnae came from near and far for the celebration. With election of officers for the ensuing year, plans were made for representation at the Na- tional Convention to be held in June, 1948. Officers were: Cecilia Amend, President; Elaine Shelvik, Vice-president; Vera Tilly, Sec- retary; Audrey Wuesthori, Treasurer; and EVANGELINE LINS, ADVISOR. 45 Firsi row: M. Reimann, R. Victor, C. German, J. Lewis, M. Kcch. Second row : A. Gessler, ). Lowell, H. Zivetz, G. Johnson, M. LeBlanc, J. Silverman, L. Rodgers, P. Kellogg. Third row: B. Taylor. E. Wall, R. Mandel, E. Holzman. L. Bursten, R. Parkin, R. Nelson, H. Flottman. Fourth row: Ci. (anck, [. Aynst, E. Gilbert, S. Pomerance, D. Minster, D. Just, R. Smith, F. Heinemann. ALPHA DELTA Mill 0» »4oW tf i At the opening of the 1947-48 school year, the Charles C. Younggreen chapter of Alpha Delta Sigma found itself with only eight ac- tives and is now twenty-nine strong. And for the tenth straight year, ADS has acted as adver- tising agency in producing the Haresfoot pro- gram. Other important events were the Found- ers ' Day dinner and the Homecoming beer party for alumni. The increase in numbers is commensurate with the vast amount of extra-curricular activi- ties in which ADS men are to be found. Bob Mandel anil Jim Silverman worked on the Badger; Larry Rogers was instrumental in making the fall Campus Community Chest drive a financial success, as co-chairman of the " 16-60 " Fashion Show; anil Fred Heinemann won the CCC siinji conies!. Officers wen: fim Silverman, President; Bob Parkin, Vice-president; Marvin Reimann, Cor responding Secretary; Fred Heinemann, Re- cording Secretary; Harry Flottman, Treasurer; and R. R. DAVIS, ADVISOR. 46 The Sigma chapter of the Beta Alpha Psi fraternity is the honorary professional account- ing fraternity on the University of Wisconsin campus. It is the only accounting fraternity recognized by the American Institute of Ac- countants. Membership is acquired through high scholarship in accounting and related fields, and the possession of qualifications of leadership and responsibility. Beta Alpha Psi sponsored several group ac- tivities during the year, the rfiost outstanding of which was a review session of examination questions for the State Certified Public Ac- countant examination. This session was under the leadership of Mr. John Dettman, one of our faculty advisors. The fraternity also was co-sponsor, with other commerce fraternities, of the 1947 Senior SendofT, the annual climax- ing event in the School of Commerce. The present officers of Beta Alpha Psi are: Gordon Bestul, President; Eugene Roos, Vice- president; David Emmert, Secretary; Edward Graham, Treasurer; and JOHN C. GIBSON, ADVISOR. BETA ALPHA PSI First row: H. Schuck, J. Gibson, R. Dein, R. Gibson, J. Dettmann, G. Bestul, D. Emmert, E. Roos, D. Cramer, W. Mapes. Second row: P. Herbert, J. Robinson, J. Wiese, M. Newman, G. Walker, R. Kattrude, C. Ames, H. Scales, D. Schramek, A. Johnson, E. Theimer. Third row: W. Struckmeyer, B. Andre, W. Frome, W. Grosskopf, W. Guelzow, P. Schubeck, L. Sethne, R. Wipper- man, M. Draves, D. Dolezel, G. Sawall, H. Hoppe. Fourth row: H. Robinson, R. Dettmann, P. Scallon, P. Donis, R. Wirsbinski, N. Wetzel, F. Harris, F. Pinkham, W. Svoboda, R. Foster, C. Germer, C. Vogts, G. Ryan, M. Moen. 47 Established at the University of Wisconsin in 1913, Beta Gamma Sigma is the only scholar- ship honor fraternity in the field of commerce and business administration recognized by the American Association of Collegiate Schools of Business. Its fifty-one chapters are active in most of the major universities in the country. Election to Beta Gamma Sigma is based on scholarship, character, and potential leadership in the field of business. Selection of candidates for membership is limited to students in the upper ten per cent of their class in the case of seniors and to students in the upper three per cent of their class in the case of juniors. Officers were: John Breider, President; Ed- ward Graham, Vice-president; Barbara Gill, Secretary; H. R. TRUMBOWER, ADVISOR and Treasurer. beta iiniiii sn First row: F. Raffel, A. R . is. I. Reidle, R. Dein, F. Elwcll, IF Trumbower, A. Lins, K. Anderson. Second row: ]. Aronson, W. Steinmetz, F. Graham, J. Breider, B. Gill, I). Schramek, N. Olson. Third row: B. Sisson. R. T ' immerman, R . Ebbott, P. Donis, ( ' . Germer, W. Faean. 48 SCHOOL OF EDUCATION During the fall semester of the past year, John Guy Fowlkes was appointed to the post of Dean of the School of Education. Dean Fowlkes was a professor of education and Dean of the summer session, and replaced Dean C. J. Anderson, who retired at the close of the 1946- 47 spring semester. In his early days at Wisconsin, he was known as one of the youngest professors in the nation. He is the author of numerous books, bulletins, and articles on various educational topics. A rather new achievement has been his help in the organization of local school districts in addition to research and assistance in school finances throughout the state of Wisconsin. 49 As part of his Education 73 course, Nicholas Kotre is pictured here, practice teaching at Wisconsin High School. Both Edu- cation 73 and 74 are re- quired for all future teach- ers. Chairman of the Art Department, one of the five departments in the Echool of Education, is Mr. F. M. Lo- gan. Recently, the Art Department has been sponsoring exhibits, throughout the state, of pictures drawn by Univer- sity students. Below we sec a typical Education major taking advantage of the large collection of reference books on file in the Education and Engineering library. Si i COLLEGE OF PGIMRI1G Morton O. Withey was appointed Dean of the College of Engineering in 1946, having been with the University since 1905. Dean Withey was originally a graduate of Dartmouth College. In the past year, two major projects have been in progress: One was the determination of temperatures in the cylinders of air internal combustion en- gines which has been supervised and run by Professors L. A. Wilson, R. S. Myers, and Otto Uyehara. The other project was in conjunction with a dam built in the Wisconsin River where the proper shape of a spillway is being determined. Professor L. T. Lenz has been doing research on this. Also, 4-wheel drive research has been con- tinued in the effort to ensure safer driving. 51 Back in 1905, Professor H. F. Moore originally designed the rock smasher pictured here. Parts were obtained from vari- ous manufacturers and assem- bled here in Madison. Lately it has been used to test concrete cylinders, columns, and beams. Shown using this 600,000 pounds of force are A. John Housland, Warren Finn, and George J. Anderson. What : An airplane in a lobby? Yes, the M.E. Building wouldn ' t seem right if ever that single engine relic hanging in the building ' s foyer were re- moved. According to Dean Withey, the plane has no practical sig- nificance, but is just a first world war souvenir that was given to the University. 52 Left to right: C.Cheney (AIEE). W. Kachel (ASCE), E. Wollaeger (AIChE), A. Falk (AIEE), F. Pitschke (ASME), S. Lokken (ASCE). POLYGON lllltlill Polygon Board organized in 1925 represents the College of Engineering in all their collec- tive activities. It is the coordinating body for the student professional societies, acting the interests of the societies, and also providing a central committee to represent the students in their relations to the faculty. Polygon Board is held responsible for all engineering activities, both of a social and general professional nature. Each of the five engineering societies appoints two directors which constitute the ten man executive body. During the past year, the major social events were a very successful annual Engineers ' Ball which was an informal affair and the tradi tional St. Pat ' s Dance on the evening of March 13 along with the very spirited St. Pat ' s contest. Officers were: Erich W. Wollaeger, President; Sigurd T. Lokken, Secretary; Arthur F. Falk, Treasurer; and K. G. SHIELS, ADVISOR. 53 First row: ). Forrest, I). Canute, I). MacDonald, C. Leyse, C. Fay, V. Holmes, A. Pahnke, W. Mickelsen. Second row: T. Skogstad, |. Erdal, R. Scheuring, L. Saline, P. Fry, D. Doeller. Third row: I). Retzinger, M. Spooner, V. Baumgarth, C. Goldbeck, |. Gemlo, W. Scott, R. Clayton. Fourth row: E. Bligard, 11. Blank, ]. (tunes, R. Keeler, T. lura, J. Slater, P. Tausche, A. Beutler. Till BETA PI .,, " « " S w.iti.Jini The Wisconsin Chapter of Tau Beta Pi, the National Honorary All-Engineering Fraternity, was installed in 1899. The members of the society are selected on the basis of scholarship and character. In considering character, such qualities as adaptability, unselfishness and hon- esty are paramount. Students must have junior standing before they are considered for mem- bership. Due to the increased registration, a record number of members were initiated this year. The purpose of the society is to increase the interest of engineering students in their chosen work. In conjunction with this policy, an award is given every year to the sophomore who has made I he most outstanding record during his freshman year. The fraternity is among the more active honorary Iraternitics on the University campus, having several social gatherings as well as business meetings each semester. Officers were: V. V. Holmes, President; C. Fay, Vice-president ; (-. F. Leyse, Secretary; and KURT WENDT, ADVISOR. 54 Theta Tau, founded in 1904 at the University of Minnesota, is the oldest professional engi- neering fraternity; its membership is large and widespread. For a period the Wisconsin chap- ter was inactive, but in early 1947 it was re- activated by a group of resourceful engineers. The driving force and interest of the original group is carried on by the rapidly growing chapter. Theta Tau combines the attributes of a social fraternity with those of a professional frater- nity. Its carefully selected members find the necessary diversion needed in the sports activi- ties and social life of the fraternity. Eminent men are invited to discuss engineering topics while frequently subjects of general interest are presented. In addition to improving and in- ' stilling personal attributes and in addition to developing engineers, each meeting is designed to render the member a better servant of man. Officers were: Jack Enlow, President; Lud Emelity, Vice-president; Jim Geshay, Secretary; John Pike, Corresponding Secretary; Oscar Wedel, Treasurer; and KEITH E. GILBERT, ADVISOR. THETA Till First row: J. Second row: Third row: Yinette. Fourth row: Bakken, W. Dost, M. Ratcliff, E. Baugh, R. St. Clair, R. Wentland, M. Kycia, G. Piper, C. Plaskett. C. Bentley, J. Geshay, H. Enlow, Dr. C. Rohlick, L. Emelity, O. Wedel, J. Pike. |. Polzar, A. Scott, R. Schindelholz, W. Borchers, D. Mickelson, C. Eblen, W. Courson, W. Hambley, J. R. Block, I. Wilson, B. Everett, ]. Holdm, J. Fritz, N. Sethne, f. Wagner, N. Stickney. 55 As the national honorary civil engineering society, Chi Epsilon, seeks to recognize and develop those traits of the engineer which will not only aid him as a student but will lead him on to success in his chosen profession. Excel- lence in scholarship, good moral character, ability to associate with others, and a wide range of vision are some of the desirable characteris- tics. Chi Epsilon Fraternity was founded at the University of Illinois on May 20, 1922. The Wisconsin group, as the sixth chapter, was in- stalled on February 14, 1925. To date, in the United States, there are twenty chapters with a total of more than 3,500 members. Officers were: L. E. Christensen, President; Walter Scott, Vice-president; Robert Hansen, Corresponding Secretary; Tor Skogstad, Secre- tary-Treasurer; and W. S. COTTINGHAM, ADVISOR. CHI KPSILIh First row: . Byrne, T. Skogstad, W. Scott, L. Christensen, W. Cottingham, R. Hansen, S. Lokken. Second row: ]• ' . Dunwiddie, S. Lange, R. Foss, C. Warren, J. Scott, R.Donaldson. Third row: I). Collins, E. Olson. J. Slater, F. Dre her, W. Korbitz, C. Korndoerfer. 56 First row: R. Sagen, C. Clark. T. Bernstein, T. DePauw, G. Adams. T. Lee, D. Fell. Second row: M. Knight, C. Fay, J. Hahn, G. Estrin, M. Griem, R. Keeler. C. Fordham, W. Corzilius. D. Doeller, G. Osterhaus. Third row: R. Medenwald, F. Hibbard, R. Flugum, J. Kunes, J. Conley, D. Earle, P. Fry, W. Kissinger, H. Wyckoff, R. Scheuring, R. Hyink, H. Blank, D. Rice. Fourth row: M. Calhoun, F. Noll, A. Cooke, R. Jacobson, R. Garber, J. Gemlo, R. Lathrop, A. Beutler, H. Nieman, S. Gunderson, R. Ausbourne. ETA KAPPA Nil Eta Kappa Nu, the honorary electrical engi- neering association, was first organized in 1904 at the University of Illinois. Theta Chapter of Wisconsin was chartered in 1910 as the seventh chapter in the nation. It has been active since that time except for brief periods during the two wars. Membership in Eta Kappa Nu is witness to high scholastic achievement as well as an ability to cooperate with fellow engineers. The active members of the chapter elect to their number those junior and senior electrical engineers who are known to have these qualifications. The attendant fellowship obtained is designed to foster creative thinking and increase the feeling of enthusiasm for the profession. Officers were: R. Keeler, President; G. Estrin, Vice-president; C. Fordham, Recording Secre- tary; M. Griem, Treasurer; and LUDEVIG C. LARSON, ADVISOR. 57 First row: W. Marshall, R. Gottsacker, C. Chaney, J. Gemlo, M. Oleson, R. Krauss, 15. Sword, J. Mann, f. Evans. Second row: T. Szatrowski, T. Smith. M. Larson. H. Childs, F. Blomdahl, R. Mueller. W. Larson, D. Morrill, W. Braun, R. Holcomb, D. Martin. Third row: R. Spink. R. Roe. K.. Rexford, L. Kasum, L. StHter, R. Sharp, A. Falk, H. McMahon, G. Scholes, D. Rice, E. Hayek. H. Blank. WU ETA WH 6r. Holiwcs Chartered on the University of Wisconsin campus in 1923, the Delta Chapter of Kappa Eta Kappa points with pride to over two dec- ades of fraternal life. Somewhat unique on the campus, Kappa Eta Kappa is a professional fraternity, limited in its membership to elec- trical engineering students, and those associ- ated with the electrical engineering profession. We operate with the belief that a well rounded social training is as important to our graduating members as is their technical training. Forced to suspend activities during the last war, the chapter relinquished its lease on a house, anil since reorganization in the spring of 1946, has been unable to find another. This temporary lack ol a chapter house lias forced a slight limitation on the normal social activities since reorganization, but the enthusiasm and spirit of the members has more than made up lor this. Officers were: Mcrvcl Oleson. President; John Gemlo, Vice-president; fohn Mann. Se retary; Bernard Sword, Treasurer; and RALPH R. BENEDICT, ADVISOR. 58 Pi Tau Sigma is a national honorary mechan- ical engineering fraternity founded jointly, in the year 1916, at the Universities of Wisconsin and Illinois. Consequently there are two Alpha chapters. Membership in the organization is considered with regard to scholastic ability, character, integrity in judgment, and good fel- lowship. The Alpha chapter of Wisconsin is one of the most active organizations on the campus, not only socially, but professionally as well. One of the major activities of the fraternity is the fostering of mechanical engineering and the promotion of high standards among engi- neers. To this end, Pi Tau Sigma offers an award each year to the most deserving fresh- man of the mechanical engineering class. Many of its alumni now hold prominent posi- tions in industrial empires. Officers were: David W. Retzinger, President; Carl W. Goldbeck, First Vice-president; Wil- liam R. Mickelsen, Second Vice-president; Al- bert R. Ebi, Recording Secretary; Daniel J. MacDonald, Corresponding Secretary; and GUSTUS L. LARSON, ADVISOR. PI TAU SIGMA First row: D. MacDonald, C. Verio, W. Mickelsen, D. Retzinger, G. Larson, C. Goldbeck, A. Ebi, T. Iura. Second row: J. Mohr, E. Bligard, D. Canute, J. Forrest, P. Tausche, G. Dick. A. Pahnke, V. Holmes, W. DeHaven. 59 WW.. The history of the Wisconsin Chapter of A.I.Ch.E. began shortly before World War I with the founding of the " Chemical Engineers ' Society. " In June of 1925 this organization affiliated with the American Institute of Chemi- cal Engineers to become the fourth student chapter of the national organization. Originally founded to foster the interests of students of chemical engineering, its purpose- is to develop the principles and practice of chemical engineering, to encourage the appli- cation of chemistry, physics, and mathematics to the problems of industry, to promote indus- trial efficiency by substitution of scientific and engineering procedures for " rule of the thumb, " and to establish high standards of personal ethics. Officers were: Frank C. Riddick, President; Edward F. Posch, Vice-president; James Stan- key, Secretary; and ROBERT S. KIRK, AD- VISOR. 1 1. CH. E. First row: J. Unverfcrth, J. Scharnberg, R. Cummings, J.Stankey, J. Harrower, R. Ragatz. Second row: E. Wollaeger, ). Madigan, A. Krugler, F. Riddick, R. Porth, E. Posch, R. Coffee. Third row: H. Sadowsky, S. Shiraga, P. Lee, J. Nemeth, W. Trowbridge, M. Katzer, G. Pinney, R. Kirk, J. Hennig. Fourth row: X. Hsu, I). Westermann, K. Biddick, (). Uher, M. Zuehlke, J. Stollberg, W. Haas, A. Schattschneider, H. Butzlaff. Fifth row: N. Zimmerman, W. Wolfenberg, G. Gohlke, E. Wuerch, B. Cartter, }. Bakken, R. Humphrey. H. Allan, G. Albert. W. Houghton. Fifth row: C. Manser, C. Plaskett. |. Jones, C. Sexe. II. Roth, ]. Schied. W. Sakowski. 60 First row: S. Lokken, D. Gordon, B. Johnson. F. Usher. A. Pierce, A. Langenberg, W. Scott. A. Rezin, A. Ingersoll, A. Strassburger, S. Lange, L. Tolley. Second row: E. Bryszynski, G. Dew, R. Golpin, B. DuPont, M. Bachhuber, F. Rizzo, F. Dunvviddie, C. Warren, Prof. L. Van Hagen, Prof. J. Woodburn, Prof. L. Rader, J. Krull, J. Davis, B. Arndt. Third row: S. Otis, W. Rachel, R. Churchward, D. Gmeiner, J. Kelley, R. Cole, R. Lancaster, L. Zignego, T. Skogstad, W. Korbitz, R. Lyneis, R. Foss, V. Zignego, R. Hanson, G. Goldsmith, D. Peterson, W. Welk, E. Raddatz, A. Shal- lock. Fourth row: E. Lamoreaux, W. Haas, D. Collins, L. Emelity, R. Schindelholz, R. Jensen, R. Johnson, E. Kryshak, D. Anderson, R. Anderson, J. Slater, L. Hanson, J. Strauss, R. Delgado, A. Moran, J. Scott, G. Vosswinkel, R. Donaldson. L S. C. E. The American Society of Civil Engineers has a two-fold purpose. With guidance from Pro- fessor James G. Woodburn, faculty advisor, the society attempts to develop the professional side of the student ' s engineering education through participation in activities of the society, and endeavors to broaden the student ' s engineering knowledge by supplementing, through movies and lectures, the regular class and laboratory work. Once each semester a dinner meeting in the Memorial Union is held with the state chapter of the senior A.S.C.E. This joint meeting brings the students into contact with practicing engineers, and provides an insight into what may be expected upon joining the senior A.S.C.E. after graduation. Officers were: Arthur J. Langenberg, Presi- dent; Walter J. Scott, Vice-president; Arthur I. Rezin, Secretary; Alvin E. Pierce, Treasurer; and JAMES G. ' WOODBURN, ADVISOR. 61 First row: C. Cheney, M. Larson, Prof. L. Kelso, R. Spink, H. McMahon, A. Falk, Prof. H. Peterson, Prof. ]. Hafstrom, |. ( K-nilo, H. Palmatier. Second row: R. Bartelme, R. Lesgold, (.. Blaisdell, H. Blank. D. Martin. C. Fay, T. Estrin, Ci. Fstrin, |. McKenna, F. Kasum, A. Baebler. Third row: A. Beutler. G. Scholes, |. McCoy. ). Clifford, D. Cheney, J. Runes, W. Selbrede, W. Neustedter. M. Griem, A. Cooki. R. Keeler, W. Larsen, |. Mann. K.. Lindley. 1 1. E. E. The University of Wisconsin Student Branch of the American Institute of Electrical Engi- neers is one of 126 student branches throughout the universities anil colleges of the United States and Canada. Working in cooperation with the 102 senior branches, it offers the elec- trical engineering student an opportunity to develop his leadership and other latent abilities while becoming acquainted with the principles and practices of his chosen profession. Wisconsin ' s A.I.E.E. is one ot the more active engineering societies on the campus, drawing its membership Erom the 1,000-plus electrical engineers at the University. The activities of the local brand) are designed so as to include the interests of the Power, Electronic, and the Radio Engineer, the three sub-branches ol elec- trical engineering. Officers wen: Arthur F. balk. Chairman; Harry F. McMahon, Nice chairman; Robert W. Spink, Secretary -Treasurer; and fOHN C. WEBER, ADVISOR. 62 The American Society of Mechanical Engi- neers, is an organization whose purpose is to encourage the art and science of mechanical engineering, to encourage research, to foster engineering standards, to promote the sharing af experience among engineers and with applied technologists, and to broaden the usefulness of the engineering profession. The society met once every month and vari- ous speakers were brought to speak on engi- neering subjects. Among the speakers were James W. Owens, of Fairbanks-Morse and Co., who spoke on Diesel engine design; Mr. Elliott of the Engineering School, who spoke on a trip to the National Park; and Dean Withey. Officers were: F. Edward Hillery, Chairman; Norman Renz, Vice-chairman; Richard Du- Vall, Secretary; Leonard Andersen, Treasurer; and R. A. ROSE, ADVISOR. be. «!•! «.; I First row: R. Scoville, W. Clayton, R. Evenson, L. Tainter, C. Zickert, T. Crawford, R. Nelson, E. Barry, R. Geigner. Second row: A. Wiese, F. Walker, R. Zevnik, T. Tiefenthaler, H. Burkman, R. DuVall, F. Hillery, J. Owens, R. Rose, N. Benz, L. Andersen, C. Leyse, G. Creedle. Third row: R. Henke, E. Slovak, L. Jensen, E. Canute,, D. Rumer, R. Testolin, D. Reiff, A. Fotland, T. Schmidt, N. Wogsland, J. DeVout, F. Lindeman, C. Mueller, R. Mitchell, L. Plank. Fourth row: R. Kleist, T. Iura, D. MacDonald, F. Humphrey, G. Radtke, C. Teeter, K. Koweler, C. Spraker, C. Kade- mian, G. Heberer, R. Lang, A. Langlois, J. Foley, E. Swanson, J. Stieg. Fifth row: B. Reinke, R. Steckmesser, L. Krueger, J. Strom men, R. Pipkorn, T. Denniston, J. Luebke, L. Lemke, W. Gottschalk, G. Uecker. 63, WSsAiHk,.. The Society of Automotive Engineers is a professional organization whose object is " to promote the Arts and Sciences of Engineering Practices connected with the design, construc- tion and utilization of automotive apparatus, all forms of self-propelled mediums ami inter- nal combustion prime movers. " ' The S.A.E. student branch at the University was established in 1939 and continued until 1943. At that time, due to the lean membership of the war years, it was found necessary to tem- porarily join with the student branch of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers. In the short time since its rebirth, the S.A.E. so- ciety at Wisconsin has attained the third high- est membership in the nation. Officers were: Thomas Iura, Chairman; Keith Rhodes, Vice-chairman ; Harold Miller, Secre- tary; Bill Searles, Treasurer; and L. A. WIL- SON, ADVISOR. S. 1 1 First row: I). Dhein, L. Schlimgen, T. Tiefenthaler, H. Burkman, R. Zevnik, R. Olsen, W. Woodsicka, N. Ben;:, T. Yousell, |. Rasmussen, R. Palmer. Second row : L. Wakens, G. Piper, G. Montemayor, F. Walker, R. Henke, K. Rhodes. T. Iura, L. Wilson (Prof.), L. Anderson, C. Leyse, (i. Creedle, L. Haigh. I . Geigner, P. Rasmussen. Third row : C. Mit.isik, B. Kloehn, E. Slovak, C. Kademain, D. Canute, D. Rumer, R. Testolin, R. Steckmesser, J. Strom- men. A. Wast. C. Spraker. G. Heberer, Y. Yong-Chen, J. Stieg, J. Miller, W. Armstrong, J. Carroll. Fourth row: L. Plank, A. Rcinert, T. Kastello, D. McDonald, F. Humphrey, R. Evenson, L. Taintor, C. Teeter, G. Schley, A. Beutler, G. Molt ., R. Nelson, W. Clark, G. Waffle, P. Hatleberg, C. Bentson, Y. Tang. Filth row: G. Hawkinson, A. Pagel, D. Reiff, D. Rienke, J. Luebke, F. Gunderson, C. Stracka, R. Klcist, E. Barry, I). Schulze, R. Bridge, A. Fotland. 64 EXTENSION IIIIMIU Finishing his fourth year as head of the Ex- tension Division, Mr. L. H. Adolfson has com- pleted a two point program to alleviate the crowded conditions that have resulted from the return of the many veterans who are now look- ing for a higher education. One thing Mr. Adolfson has tried to do is to fit the program of the thirty-four extension centers into the University at Madison. The other is trying to divide the series of centers throughout the state more equally and at the same time stabilize them. Astounding figures of enrollment announced by Mr. Adolfson showed that the enrollment has increased to 5,200 day students; it fell, how- ever, to 4,000 the second semester. Evening programs are continually being established at more centers, giving the day worker a chance for an education. 65 Mr. W. M. Hanley is the director of Extension leaching. This job includes the arranging and scheduling of the academic teaching programs and the handling of departmental relationships. Mr. Chester Allen is the director of the field organization. In addition, his interest in prison education has led him to supply educational material to men in Wisconsin ' s prisons. Prob- ably his foremost interest is in aeronautics. A few years ago, Mr. Allen was appointed to the new Wisconsin Aeronautics Advisory Board. Mr. R. B. Duncan is in charge of the Bureau of Lectures and Short Courses. An extremely important part of the Extension Division is the Correspondence School depart- ment. Below is the mailing and dispensing room from which all lessons are mailed. Because of the large number of veterans who work part time and are still interested in taking college courses, the correspondence department has had its largest turnover in the past two years. 66 GRADUATE SCHOOL Dean C. A. Elvehjem was appointed head of the Graduate School in 1946 and in addition has continued to he chairman of the Biochem- istry Department. Biochemistry is Dean Elveh- jem ' s hobby and he spends all his available free time on research concerning it. Research aids is an important part of this school. This year 270 graduates have been doing this kind of work and are being sup- ported on money out of the Graduate School budget. This program supports projects in natural sciences, humanities, social sciences, and other fields in which the spirit of inquiry is encouraged, so that the areas of knowledge and understanding may be enlarged. In semi- nars and laboratories the graduate student learns to carry on research in his chosen field. 67 Well liked, with a quiet sense of humor. Pro- fessor James Homer Herriott is chairman of the Spanish Department besides being Associ- ate Dean of the Graduate School. Plus a regu- lar schedule of classes, Mr. Herriott has done research on Spanish folklore and in the com- piling of old Spanish laws. Below is a laboratory in the physics depart- ment of the Graduate School. The research department supports many projects in the field of research. 68 SCHOOL OF JOURNALISM This year important personnel changes came ahout in the School of Journalism. Previously the positions of school director and depart- mental chairman were held by the same man, Grant M. Hyde. But this year, because of the increased enrollment, the double job has been split. Professor Hyde retained the directorship, but Professor Henry L. Smith became the first departmental chairman. Professor Hyde has been directing the school for twelve years, and in that time it has come to be known as one of the foremost journalism schools in the country. Though the depart- mental chairman will be appointed annually. Professor Hyde will remain director. Professor Smith graduated from Yale in 1929, received his master ' s degree from Wis- consin in 1936, and his doctor ' s degree in 1946. His six years of newspaper experience should make him well suited for his new job. 69 First row: L. Sanders. C. Kresheck, H. Nelson. K. Hirooka, A. Marcus, A. Meyer. Second row: E. Johnson, R. Hess. P. Steiner, B. Kanameishi, V. Busch, D. Kayser, C. Crocker, M. Larson, M. L. Wil liams, J. Winterhalter. Third row: R. Stevens, O. Supiano, M. Trotter, M. Anderson, M. Wahls, H. Jones, P. Powell, J. Newman, S. Knowles, J. Seymer, B. Martin, B. Friedell, F. Michaels, M. Lichtfeldt, B. Lampert. r ii ii mil Coranto, first professional organization for women in journalism in the United States, was founded on the campus of the University of Wisconsin in 1920. It was the " baby " of Prof. Willard G. Bleyer, late director of the J. School, who founded the Margaret Fuller chapter at Wisconsin to promote the interests of women journalists. Margaret Fuller was the first wom- an editor in America, and the name " Coranto " is derived from the first English newspaper published in the 17th century. Activities for the 40 members of Coranto this year included the annual Journalism Family Dinner, which was sponsored by Coranto this spring, and the Founders ' Day Dinner in April, which many alumni attended. The group took charge of a promotion stunt for the Campus Community Chest drive and published The Courant, an annual newspaper for J. School seniors. Officers were: Dorothy Kayser, President; Catherine Crocker, Vice-president; Betty k.m.i meishi, Corresponding Secretary; Vera Busch, Recording Secretary; Marian Larson, Trea sur- er; and HELEN PATTERSON, ADVISOR. 70 Scholastic and journalistic achievements distinguish the members of Theta Sigma Phi, national honorary sorority for women in the School of Journalism. Beta chapter has been active on campus for 37 years and alumnae of the organization are prominent in the newspaper, magazine, and radio fields. The Matrix Magazine is the national publication put out by Theta Sigma Phi. Each chapter contributes articles to the magazine about the activities of the chapter and the achievements of the members. The Courant, published once a year by the campus chapter and Coranto, contains news about the " J- School " students. Members of Beta chapter hold prominent positions on the Daily Cardinal, the Badger and the Octopus as well as publicity committees for various campus ac- tivities. Officers were: Dorothy Lindquist, President; Doro- thy Kayser, Vice President; Margaret Anderson, Sec- retary; Anne Bennett, Treasurer; and ADVISOR. HELEN PATTERSON. HV ' . ferdmt, THETA SIGMA PHI First row: P. Plettner, D. Kayser, D. Lindquist, M. Anderson, A. Bennett. Second row: O. Supiano, E. Schwarzbach, B. Kanameishi, R. Moldenhauer, K. Hirooka. Third row: M. Trotter, M. Larson, M. Ylvisaker, }. Miller. Fourth row: E. Whitmore, V. Busch, L. Lighthall, B. Friedell. 71 The Wisconsin chapter of Sigma Delta Chi, professional journalistic fraternity, was among the first in the nation to be granted a charter. Sigma Delta Chi is a national fraternity com- prised of professional journalists, both under- graduate and actual practitioners. Its enroll- ment of over 12,000 members makes it the largest organization of journalists in the coun- try. During the past year, the Wisconsin chapter sponsored forums and dinners. The biggest project was the staging of the annual Gridiron banquet in March, an event which has become a tradition on the campus. The chapter also sent two delegates to the national convention in Washington, D. C, in November, 1947. Officers were: Tony Ingrassia, President; Gerhard Schulz and Ralph Sherlock, Vice- presidents; Charles Iscnbergcr, Secretary; James McGinnis, Treasurer; and FRANK THAYER, ADVISOR. S Hi .11.1 DELTA CHI First row: G. Miller. K. Lay, C. Clifton, Prof. Frank Thayer, T. Ingrassia, ]. McGinnis. A. Smith, G. Schulz, K. St. irk. Second row: C. Isenberger, D. Ncstingen. R. Kothler, R. Roemer, R. Simons, S. Mulkey, M. Rasmussen, D. Johnson, F. Taylor. Third row: R. Sollen, R. Prick-. W. Bradbury, H. Stevenson, 1.. Muehling, II. Phillips. S. Pritzert, R. Rosa. 72 SCHOOL OF W Oliver S. Rundell came to the Wisconsin campus in 1907 as a student. Four years later he graduated and left to practice law. But the attraction of university life was great and he returned to Wisconsin in two years as a teacher. He has been with the Law School through two wars. In 1945 he became its Dean. Before 1941 there were over four hundred students enrolled in the school. During the war the number of students dropped to forty, but now under Dr. Rundell ' s guidance the enrollment has risen to over six hundred and fifty. Though he is an expert golfer, Dr. Rundell ' s main interest is the Law School. A new wing was built in 1938, and Dr. Rundell hopes to get more room for his growing school in the future. 73 Ryan Chapter of Phi Alpha Delta was found- ed on the Wisconsin Campus in 1904. This international legal fraternity was activated in 1897 and now includes 47 active and J] alumni chapters. P.A.D. ' s of Ryan Chapter who are active in Law School functions include Martin Lucente who is executive editor of the Wisconsin Law Review, Jack Potter and John Winner as repre- sentative on the Law School Executive Coun- cil, and Brother Jim Robb who holds the title of Law School ' s " Most Reasonably Prudent Man. " Officers were: Walter A. Spencer, Justice; Carl N. Otjen, Vice-justice; Robert G. Watkins, Clerk; Robert Mortensen, Treasurer; William R. Cold. Marshal; and JACOB BEUSCHER, ADVISOR. PHI ALPHA DELTA First row: 11. Ross, M. Wrolstad, W. Winton, II. Bovee, R. Landry, F. Springer, E. Willi, R. Watkins, J. Moore. Second row: A. Porter, ). Bernheim, I). Ryan, T. Robb, C. Otjen, F. Seibold, W. Spencer, O. Otjen, I.. McMahon, H. Woodside, |. Winner. I). Hesse. Third row: |. Mur.a, ). Potter, 1). Bascom, ( ' .. Herro, F. Hoffman, M. Davy, E. Horn, K. 1 [anson, I.. 1 [oehn, R. A rnold. II. Bremer, R. Lehman, R. Zahn, R. Wrzosek, V. Brandt, W. Doll. Fourth row: W.Gold.C. Simon, A. I layless, W. Jackson, D. Willink, C. Seibold, J. fenswold, |. Spohn, W. Smith, J. McComb, J. House. R. Mortensen, ). Armstrong, R. The iler, A. Houghton. 74 Ml SO Dean Mark H. Ingraham is the head of the College of Letters and Science which includes approximately thirty departments plus the sep- arate courses of Library, Music, Journalism, Pharmacy and Chemistry. So that students may have the best possible education, the college ' s curriculum is constant- ly being revised and improved. The B.S. and B.A. requirements have been revised to provide a maximum number of cultural subjects during the student ' s four years, to assure him a well rounded education by the time he begins to concentrate on his major. Wisconsin has introduced a number of His- tory of Science courses and appointed four out- standing scholars to professorships, in the past year, to give the average college graduate an understanding of the position of science in con- temporary developments. 75 Majors in will find this picture very familiar. The monkey laboratory has long been useil for im- portant experiments in behavior and related to the psychology of human be- ings. Working in the lab are June Edelman and Judy Pruzan. Wisconsin ' s observatory located right across from ' Liz Waters has been used for many years as a " night lab " for observing the heavenly bodies. Ken- neth Brostusing is shown observing the formation called Orion. Up on the hill. Speech 110, The Ele- ments of Broadcasting, was one of the typical popular courses taken by L. S. majors. Below is Instructor David A. Smith, assistant in radio, helping Ca- milla Aik and Marvin Feldman go over a few fine points in script interpre- tation in a program rehearsal. 76 First row: F. Larschsid, R. Israly, I. Sapetta, C. Traulson. M. Lerdahl, ). Thevv. Second row: M. Markham, B. Berge, P. Crosby, R. Moldenhauer, B. Witt, B. Murray, R. Baumbach, B. Grabin. Third row: S. Kast, J. Pielmeier, D. Landin. E. Voelz, W. Moilanen, F. Johnson, M. Kimmel, L. Rorst, V. Ginsberg. PHI BETA Phi Beta Fraternity is a national professional group for outstanding music and speech stu- dents. Its purposes are to promote the best in music and speech, to foster college spirit, and to advance its members intellectually and so- cially. Xi Chapter has members who are active in Wisconsin Players, forensic groups, radio sta- tion WHA, and musical groups. During the year Phi Beta sponsored a speech faculty ban- quet, a Mother and Daughter breakfast, and play readings for children ' s groups at Christmas time. Phi Beta constantly strives to make op- portunities for its members to actively partici- pate in music and speech activities. In this way. Phi Beta is able to enrich professional ex- periences of its members and ultimately, it is hoped, to raise the standards of music and speech. Officers were: Ruth Mae Moldenhauer, Presi- dent; Beverly Witt, Vice-president; Barbara Murray, Secretary; Jean Kanable, Treasurer; and MRS. GERALDINE RYAN, ADVISOR. Or. Ht-lmti 77 Alpha Chapter ol Sigma Lambda, national art sorority, was founded at the University oi Wisconsin in 1923. Members arc chosen from the fields of art education and applied art. The purposes of Sigma Lambda are to pro- mote the good of the art department, to inspire a higher professional standard, and to foster friendships among those vitally interested in art. In the past year they have enjoyed painting picnics, the annual spring art exhibit, speakers in the professional fields of art over radio, dif- ferent phases of design, and the traditional ini- tiation banquet held at the Wooden Bowl. Officers were: Shirley Dahlke, President; Alyce Casper, Vice-president; Betty Zeier, Treasurer; Natalie Menning, Secretary; and RUTH ALLCOTT, ADVISOR. sunn i uiiiiM First row: X. Meiling, I.. Sampson, J. Wendel, N. Knee, I. Hiller, A. Kolanda. Second row: D. Howey, |. Stouffer, B. Shockley, S. Dahlke, A. Casper, C. Bollinger, J. Kunkel. Third row: M. Sonnentag, M. Kircher, M. Wiese, V. Karstaed, J. Smith, R. Ford, L. Thue, B. Wiggins, D. Anderson, A. Amoth, |. Hurst. Fourth row: C. ECinkel, J. Carrao, M. Mann, C. Cohen. J. Blodgett, D. Day, G. Vitense, M. Wheeler. 78 First row: M. Snee, L. Bateman, C. Harriet; R. Studebaker, J. Fitzgerald, M. Dzemskc. Second row: N. Fox, J. Gannon, V. Freund, L. Clemans, C. Crosby, L. Myhre, L. Ellingson. • Third row: E. Ryan, B. Novick, J. McGinnis, M. Kerkman, M. Carlson, B. Jersild, C. Studt, V. Laws, and B. Seltenreich. ZETA PHI ETA Zeta Phi Eta is a national professional speech sorority which was founded at Northwestern University in 1893. It was formed to bring closely together those students interested in the speech field. It has developed into a strong organization and Omicron Chapter is outstand- ing among its twenty-two chapters. Omicron Chapter pledged eleven new girls last fall. The purposes of this organization are to band together those women interested in maintain- ing high standards of speech, to stimulate and encourage all worthy speech and dramatic en- terprises, and to be a vital force in speech arts. Among Zeta ' s activities of the year were pro- gram meetings, where each member was given a chance to participate, Founders ' Day banquet, and visits to a rheumatic fever home for small children in order to make their days brighter by reading to them. Officers were: Lucille Clemans, President; Nell Fox, Vice-president; Constance Crosby, Secretary ' ; Lucille Myhre, Treasurer; and MARY SAND, ADVISOR. 79 First row: I). Schuster, M. H.ill. S. Atwater, Dr. H. Harlow, L. Green, E. Hein, V. Peck, S. Sax. Second row: R. Gwirtzman, P. Rumpel, N. Teeter, B. [orgenson, B. Holm. L. Hei r onimus, R. Marsh, R. Davis. Third row: S. Nelson. D. Grossman, F. Aries, L. Brown, C. Rice, O. Jones. psi cm The University of Wisconsin chapter of Psi Chi was organized in 1942 for the purpose of promoting interest in psychology among the student body, encouraging academic endeavor among psychology majors and broadening the perspective of students in this field. Vocational opportunities in psychology are studied by a special committee which reports the results of its research to Psi Chi members. Professor H. F. Harlow was the first in a scries of speakers at the bi-monthly meetings, when he reviewed the History ol the Depart- ment of Psychology at Wisconsin. Nationally known psychologists who have appeared be- fore the group in the past are Florence L. Goodenough and E. H. Porter. Highlight of the year was the annual Expo sition to which the public was invited. Attrac- tions included the lie detector, tests to match the monkey ' s wit, mazes, movies and other phenomena. Officers were: Stephen Atwater, President; Virginia Peck, Vice-president; Lucy Green, Re- cording Secretary; Ellen Hein, Corresponding Secretary -Treasurer; and H F. HARLOW. ADVISOR. 80 The Social Work Club was organized in the Spring semester of 1947 in answer to a distinct need on campus for an organization that would aim to integrate and organize the interests of those students concentrating in this field. It was felt that such an organization would be useful in pro- moting faculty - student relations, in sponsoring professional activities for the students and encour- aging social activities for both the students and faculty. Working with Arthur Silverman, Program Committee Chairman, speakers who have done outstanding work in social work, have been in- vited to address the club. Mr. Luke Murphy of the Department of Public Welfare gave an especially stimulating talk which was followed by questions and discussions from the members. A faculty and student get-together was held in the early part of the semester in which the students had the oppor- tunity to get to know their professors away from the austerity of the classroom. Officers were: Wesley Hillery, President; Paul Thompson, Vice President; Shirley Maxfield, Sec- retary; James Nelson, Treasurer; and MARGA- RET DUNNING, ADVISOR. SOCIAL WORK I ' ll I! First row: C. Standish, R. Marsh, C. Sturm, R. Heide, A. Silverman, W. Hillery, B. Gunderson, J. Abrahoms, S. Kuesel. Second row: E. Vacheron, A. Ergang, G. Koch, J. Nelson, R. Rosen, B. Sowicky, G. Schneider, P. Nuzum, A. Verheyden, E. Theilman, A. Schmib, R. Heil, G. Malak, B. Zinda. Third row: P. Thompson, M. McNally, G. Johnson, ]. Stauffacher, M. Loeffler, S. Maxfield, M. Kinderman, M. Gilbertson, L. McCormick. M. Hove, M. Hall, M. Chase, G. Senglaub. 81 N. UilkrduUl The twenty members of Professional Panhel- lenic Council represent interests ranging from art to commerce, from home economics to journal- sm, from medical technology to music, and from pharmacy to speech. The Council serves as a gov- erning body for the ten professional sororities on he Wisconsin campus, and works to inject a note f unity into the wide fields represented. With this feeling of unity as their goal, Council members revived ami revised the pre-war Panhel- lenic banquet during the second semester. The Council members, many of them leaders in other campus activities, took advantage of Pan- hellenic meetings to present ideas from these other groups — to offer program suggestions to the vari- ous sororities and to secure their cooperation in campus projects. The Council tried to accomplish the twin objectives of efficient government and a growing spirit of cooperation among women in professional fields. Officers were: Barbara Berge, President; Cathy Poetsch, Secretary; Ruth Blake, Treasurer; and HELEN KAYSER, ADVISOR. professional nmmw mum First row : D. Kayser (Coranto), I. Reilly (Sigma Alpha Iota), A. Mueller (Sigma Alpha Iota), A. Bennett (Coranto). Second row: Barbara Berge (Phi Beta), C. Poetsch (Alpha Delta Theta), R. Blake (Kappa Epsilon), B. Grabin (Phi Beta), B. Moore t Zeta Phi Eta). Third row: R. Nelson (Phi Chi Theta), M. Reinhardt (Phi Chi Theta), J. Miller (Theta Sigma Phi), A. Casper (Sigma Lambda ). S. Dahlke (Sigma Lambda), L. Brown (Phi Upiilon Omicron). L. Larsen (Phi Upsilon Omicron). 82 SCHOOL OF MEDICINE Since he was appointed dean of the Medical school William S. Middleton has put Wisconsin among the first rank medical schools in the coun- try. He has been with the university constantly since 1912 except for short periods during both World Wars. In the second war he served as wartime chief consultant in medicine with the U. S. Army in the European theater. In recognition of his accom- plishments he was presented the distinguished service medal early this year. Also he was cited for " his publication of directives outlining the most advanced treatment for venereal disease and neuro-psychiatric conditions and his vigorous lead- ership, as chief consultant in medicine for the European theater of operations " , which " were of the utmost importance in maintaining the health of the forces of the United States Army contribut- ing immeasurably to the manpower conservation program. " 83 The Epsilon chapter of Alpha Delta Thcta was organized at Wisconsin in May, 1946, with Miss Alice Thorngatc as faculty advisor. This profes- sional sorority for medical technologists was origi- nally foundeil in February of 1944 at the Univer- sity of Minnesota. Eligibility for membership is de- termined by grade point after the second semester of the sophomore year. Meetings are held twice a month, at which times the sorority aims to further social and intel- lectual cooperation and fellowship among medical technologists. Its main objective is to present to its members a program of educational value which will increase their knowledge anil interest in their profession. Officers were: Ruth Miles, President; Martha Ludden, Vice President; Florine Grandine, Secre- tary; Priscilla Price, Treasurer; and ALICE THORNGATE, ADVISOR. ALPHA DELTA THETA First row: M. Krumbaugh, M. Fink, R. Miles. B. Hocrle, R. Bradley, K. Straus, M. Ludden. Second row: E. Walker, L. Olsen, P. Myhre, J. Schultz, A. Thorngate, B. Watson, J. Reinhold, ]. Grindle. Third row: P. Price. |. Reed. H. Bailey. ' M. Kessenich, C. Poetsch, M. Wenzel, P. Paschen, F. Grandine, H. Hinze, F. Rusch. 84 SCHOOL OF Leland A. Coon, chairman of the Music School, had an extremely colorful and interesting career before coming to Wisconsin. Mr. Coon received his B.A. degree at the New England Conservatory and was valedictorian of his class. Upon gradua- tion he spent sixteen months overseas during World War I, then spent three years at the Uni- versity of Oregon, and in 1922 went over to France and became associated with pianists, Philipp and Fairchet. Since then Mr. Coon has spent much time in London doing research in early keyboard music. Lately, he has also initiated a program of folk song recordings in Wisconsin. According to Mr. Coon, he has traveled the state to make portable recordings of every different nationality and is now compiling and analyzing his results in order to put it into book form. 85 As much a part of the cam- pus as is Lincoln ' s statue on Bascom, so is the Carillon Tower located just east of Liz Waters. Few have ever ventured inside the tower whose hells ring forth music periodically throughout the day. Playing the bells here is Peter Nelson who is an as- sistant in Biology. We are usually used to seeing Mr. Raymond Dvorak dressed in band attire and seldom remember that he doesn ' t only march up and down the football field on Saturdays. The three bands, concert, regi- mental and freshman, are all under Mr. Dvorak, the latter two he has assistants for. Intensive courses in conducting are also taught by Mr. Dvorak. The Pro Arte Quartet came to Wisconsin in 1940, were originally financed by four friends but are now financed by the university. Their full schedule con- sists of teaching, playing every Friday afternoon in a string quartet class, giving a concert once a month, and making statewide tours twice a year. 86 Sigma Alpha Iota is a national professional mu- sic sorority having for its members only those stu- dents who are majoring in music. The objects of this sorority are not only to promote and raise the standards of productive musical work among wo- men students in colleges, universities, and con- servatories, but also to organize the social life of its members as a contributing factor to their edu- cation. Resides these more broad aspects as defined in the constitution, a list of national objectives was formulated at the National Convention held at Detroit in August 1947. These included such points as an improvement of individual and chap- ter standing both scholastically and musically, chapter assistance to the entire music department, the presentation of a contemporary American mu- sicale, and the establishment and maintenance of both instrumental and choral ensembles within the chapter. Officers were: Patricia Boots, President; Lois Hertensteiner, Vice President; Juanita Sullivan, Secretary; IRENE EASTMAN, TREASURER AND ADVISOR. ■ I . " W.WiHeoiiuA 6, tfelwe ' SIGMA ALPHA IOTA First row: J. Stokke, F. Abraham, I. Reilly, E. Chapman. Second row: J. litis, D. Anderson, L. Hertensteiner, P. Boots, J. Sullivan, A. Bailey. Third row: A. Mueller, D. Erickson, S. Jamkson, J. Sigwalt, M Volkert, G. Jensen, V. Baldwin, D. Anderson. 87 Chapter Phi of Phi Mu Alpha sponsors jointly with Sigma Alpha Iota sorority the annual All- University Tournament of Song in which any or- ganized group on the campus may participate. The Music School Mixer is an annual event pre- sented under the same joint sponsorship, fostering good fellowship and understanding between the faculty and students of the School of Music. Individual members of Phi Chapte r take part in various musical organizations under civic direc- tions as well as in those of the University. They also assist in the presentation of concerts and re- citals at Music Hall. Although primarily a professional organization. Phi Chapter includes banquets, picnics, and infor- mal social meetings in its calendar. Faculty Advisor was PAUL G. JONES. PHI II, PHI First row: L. Wathen, L. Yorde, R. Gibson, F. Boots, J. litis, R. Cockrell, L. Northcliffe. Second row: R. Fox, J. Jorgenson, R. Stamp, R. Schumpert, H. D. Baernstein, P. Husting. Third row: C. Hilgendorf, P. Jones, W. Struckmeyer, K. Miller, R. Fleury, R. Muzzy. 88 SCHOOL OF PHARMACY Arthur H. Uhl came to the University in 1929 and six years later became Dean of the Pharmacy school. That Dr. Uhl is the outstanding man of the school is well exemplified by the fact that he established a professorship in the history of phar- macy. Dr. Uhl is truly a leader in this field as it was the first professorship of its kind in the world. But his main interest is pharmaceutical chemis- try and pharmaceutical societies. He is making the university library an outstanding one in the field of pharmaceutical sciences, so that in future years Wisconsin may have one of the best pharmaceuti- cal schools in the country. He is president of not only the state, but also the national societies of colleges of pharmacy. 89 Louis W. Busse is an associate professor and is a teacher of manufacture and dis- pensary pharmacy. Pictured here with Mr. Busse is Lloyd M. Parks who is a professor of pharmaceutical chemistry. In T-6, are two future pharmacists tend- ing to the mixing of various chemicals in the experimentation of a new drug. Re- search facilities are provided for those who wish to specialize in pharmacy, pharma- ceutical and plant chemistry and pharma- cognosy. Rather unique at Wisconsin is the small but complete manufacturing plant for pharmaceutical products. A required course for all pharmacy majors, working in this plant gives them a practical inside in the manufacturing of drugs, pills and powders. 90 First row: D. Mross, R. Mancuso, M. Cabrera Cardus, N. Lison. Second row: B. Jermo, E. Bonow, M. Damsteegt, D. Pversten, P. Sullivan, Y. Savaglio, R. Blake. Third row: D. Poker, J. Baum, E. Lee, C. Schroeder, L. Hilton, G. Rosalack, K. Cichowski, D. Boughey, E. Blackbird, P. Messner, J. Allyn, M. Brody, V. Kozicki. KAPPA EPSILON The Zeta chapter of Kappa Epsilon, national pharmacy sorority, was founded on the Wisconsin campus in 1925 by Dr. Nellie Wakeman. The chapter has attempted to unite the women stu- dents in pharmacy, to stimulate in them a desire for high scholarship, and to provide a bond of lasting loyalty, interest, and friendship. The sorority gives a trophy to the chapter that has the highest annual grade point average the most number of times in ten years. This has been a crucial year, for Zeta is tied for first place with two other chapters and the winner will receive the trophy. Zeta has won one trophy. A number of speakers spoke to the group on various subjects. Among them, Dr. A. C. Garnett, who talked on " Religion in the Light of Science " , was one of the most interesting. Social activities included a Hallowe ' en Party, the Founder ' s Day Banquet, and movies. Officers were: Donna Kerstein, President; Pa- tricia Sullivan, Vice President; Yolanda Savaglio, Secretary; Marion Damsteegt, Treasurer; and EU- NICE BONOW, ADVISOR. w»g 91 First row: E. Bonow, R. Andersen, O. Nelson, R. Mancuso, K. Jchnson, Dr. L. Parks. Second row: A. Hennig. R. Hammel, S. Riegelman, J. Young, F. Hallett, C. Bias. nun chi Just three years after the founding of Rho Chi as a national pharmaceutical honorary society on the University of Michigan campus. Eta Chapter was established in 1925, here at Wisconsin. The purpose of the organization is to advance the phar- maceutical sciences through the encouragement ami recognition of intellectual scholarship. Highlight of the past year was Rho Chi ' s part in starting the first Powers - Kremers Memorial Night, at which time honor was paid to these two early Wisconsin pharmaceutical educators. Dr. Edward C. Elliott of the American Council on Educat ion, who has been conducting a National Pharmaceutical Survey, was the principal speaker K ' tore a university-wide audience. Rho Chi also sponsored the annual All-Pharm.i cy School Picnic. Initiation banquets were held each semester o! the school year. These banquets featured outstanding scientific speakers From the university. Officers were Robert C. Andersen, president; George Nelson, Vice President; Rose Mancuso, Secretary; Kermii [ohnson, Treasurer; DR. LLOYD M. PARKS, ADVISOR. 92 Kappa Psi, the first Greek-letter society estab- lished in the Colleges of Pharmacy in the United States, was founded at the Medical College of Vir- ginia in 1879. It exists for the purpose of further- ing the aims of the pharmaceutical profession and to bring together men of the profession. Chapters are limited to schools which are members of the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy, there being thirty-three active Collegiate and ten active Graduate chapters, all of which were rep- resented at the National Convention, held this year in Chicago on the weekend of December 28. A series of monthly professional programs was successfully carried out. The lectures, given by authorities in their fields, included such pertinent subject matter as " Pharmaceutical Education " , " Enzymes and Cell Metabolism " , " Financial Con- siderations in Retail Pharmacy " and " Advances in Cancer Therapy " . Officers were: Leon A. Lewandowski, regent; Donald L. Pooler, vice regent; Ross E. Shuman, Jr., secretary; Robert C. Volkmann, treasurer; and DALE E. WURSTER, ADVISOR. KAPPA PSI First row: J. Wrzosek, G. Worm, R. Lord, E. Shuman, R. Volkmann, Dr. L. Busse, Dr. D. Wurster, L. Lewandowski, D. Pool- er, R. Schleif, C. Bias. Second row: P. Fraser, G. Stebbins, M. Canright, A. Hennig, L. Day, J. Greene, D. Lange, M. Gallo, R. Strommen, N. Puhek, I. Iverson, C. Malkowski, K. Valesh, D. Hall, G. Nelson, J. Meier. Third row: F. Busshardt, T. Thomas, R. Wills, C. Lintner, R. Hammel, D. Wendland, H. Webster, C. Johnson, M. Blair, L. McCelland, B. Johnson, C. Miller, H. Martin. 93 The University of Wisconsin Pharmaceutical Society was formed in 1942 to promote student interest in pharmaceutical organization, develop leaders in pharmacy, and bring about a more ac- tive relationship between the A. Ph. A., the W. Ph. A., and the retail pharmacist. The society re- quired membership in both the American Phar- maceutical Association and the Wisconsin Phar- maceutical Association and was governed by an executive committee composed of the officers and representatives elected by each class. When many former students hail returned to the campus, the society was finally reorganized in the spring of 1947 with an initial membership of over one hundred members. This year the society sponsored the Pharmacy School Christmas Party, the Annual Senior Ban- quet, trips to the Madison Drug Company, Wis- consin General Hospital, and a prescription phar- macy, and a dance, movies, anil a debate on a controversial pharmacy subject. Officers were: Bob Hammel, president; Charles Dahl, vice president; Kama Cichowski, secretary; Don Wendland, treasurer; and LOUIS W. BUS- SE, ADVISOR. First row: C. Dahl, I.. Hilton, I). Hall. K. Blake. Dr. L. Busse, K.. Cichowski. R. Hammel, R. Mancuso. 1). Wendland. P. Messner, D. Kersten. id row: Y. Harkins, C. Kxomrey, R. Johnson, L. Lewandowski, I. Oik. R. Heacox, W. Gruszewski. K. Zimmerman. D. Walker. R. Strommen. G. Worm, R. Lord. Third row: (i. Nelson, C. Stebbins, T. Muehlliauer. C. Schro -ter, E. Shnman. R. Yolkman. R. Wills, E. Boyer, C. Johnson, ( ' . Bi " s, B. | h ' ion. II. Webster, !. [verson. 94 JEAN A. ABEL . . . Wisconsin Rapids . . . Psychology . . . Octopus, Social Education Com., Union Entertainment Com., Gamma Phi Beta. HARRIET M. ABELSON . . . New York, N. Y. . . . Political Science . . • New York University . . . Cardinal, Union House Com.. International Club, House Judicial Board, Spanish Club, Hillel, Hoofers. ELLA M. ABERLY . . . West Salem . . . Education . . . 4-H, Euthenics Club. Home Economics Club. LAWRENCE A. ABLER . . . Mt. Calvary . . . Comparative Literature . . . Fond du Lac Extension . . . Union Film Com.. German Club. FERN D. ABRAHAM . . . Fond du Lac . . . Music . . . Concert Band. Orchestra, Women ' s Chorus, 515 House, pres., Sigma Alpha Iota. JOYCE M. ABRAHAMSON Sigma Epsilon Sigma. Neenah . . . Medicine . . . EUGENE ABRAMS . . . Milwaukee . . . Soil Science Conservation . . . Hesperia Forensic Society. Blue Shield, Saddle and Sirloin, 4-H . . . Thesis — " A Determination of the Moisture Content of Soils in Situ. " RODNEY D. ABRAMSON . . . Milwaukee Engineering . . . Ripon College. VIRGINIA P. ACETO Young Democrats. Mechanical . Racine . . English . . . Octopus, SENIOR CLASS MELVA D. ACEY FELIX ADAMS . MARY L. ADAMS . . Lake Geneva . . . Sociology. Milwaukee . . . Accounting . . . Pistol Madi.- ii Wan .ni History. Meat Industry ROBERT L. ADAMS a Sigma. MERRILL J. ADERMAN Shawano . ■ • Chemical Engineering. CLIFFORD B. AHLQUIST . . . Rhinelander , . Agricul- tural ' ng . . . 4-H Club. Saddle ami Sirloin Club, Blue Shii i Society of Agricultural Engineers, Alpha Gamma Rho JAMES EDWARD AHRENS . Milwaukee . . SociologJ . . . Coi KENNETH G. AINSWORTH Shawano - American ROLAND F. ALDRICH Pewaukee Amerii ... Men ll.iii Cabini t. High H pri Gavin ii pr Summei Student Board, Crew, Swim- ming Team, Delta Tau I ' 96 MARIAM ALEXANIAN . . . East Lansing. Mich. . . . Speech . . . Wiskits, Y.W.C.A.. Wisconsin Players. Panhel, Phi Beta, Delta Delta Delta. JEAN ALLEN . . . Wauwatosa . . . Physical Therapy . . . Milwaukee Extension . . . Spanish Club. Physical Therapy Club. Phi Delta Delta, Alpha Gamma Delta. STELLA E. ALLEN . . . Greenville, Mich. . . . International Relations ... A Cappella Choir, Women ' s Chorus, Pythia, Christian Science Student Organization . . . Thesis — " The Facts and Fallacies of Our Trade Restriction Policy Against Argentine Beef. " MARY E. ALLIN . . . Madison . . . Medical Bacteriology . . . Union Music Com., Wisconsin Hostess Organization, Alpha Gamma Delta, treas. JAMES T. ALLING . . . Ann Arbor. Mich. . . . General B.S. . . . Union Gallery Com., chrm.. Phi Gamma Delta. CHARLES R. AMBROSAVAGE . . . Port Carbon, Penn. . . . Economics . . . Newman Club, St. Paul ' s Choir, Phi Kappa. CECILIA M. AMEND . . . Portage . . . Commerce House Presidents ' Association, Phi Chi Theta, pres. ARTHUR J. AMUNDSON, JR. Stoughton Soils. LEONARD M. ANDERSEN . . . Fox Lake . . . Mechanical Engineering . . . A.S.M.E., treas., Society of Automotive Engineers. OF 1948 mIMii ARTHUR F. ANDERSON Science. Washburn BARBARA A. ANDERSON . . . Milton . Therapy . . . Occupational Therapy Club. DONALD J. ANDERSON . . . Stoughton . . dustry . . . Football Manager, Delta Sigma Pi . . Natural Occupational Dairy In- DONALD T. ANDERSON . . . Madison . . . Journalism- Advertising . . . Old Clothes Drive. GEORGE J. ANDERSON. JR. . . . Rochester. Minn. . . . Mining Engineering . . . Polygon Board, A.I.M.E.. N.R.O.T.C. JANE I. ANDERSON . . . Haugen . . . Spanish . . . Spanish Fiesta. Spanish Club. Lutheran Student Ass ' n, Y.W.C.A., Sophomore Honors, Sigma Epsilon Sigma. Sigma Delta Pi. JERRY P. ANDERSON . . . Waukesha . . . Economics . . . Varsity Swimming, Phi Gamma Delta. KENNETH B. ANDERSON ... La Crosse . . . Accounting ... La Crosse State Teachers College. MARGARET A. ANDERSON . . . Milwaukee . . . Journal- ism . . . Milwaukee-Downer . . . Coranto, Cardinal. Com- munity Chest, Union Dance Com., Theta Sigma Phi, sec, Kappa Delta. 97 MORLINE M. ANDERSON Madison . . . Sociology. NORMAN B. ANDERSON . . . Madison . . . Marketing and , indising . . . Pershing Rifles. W Club. Varsity Box- ::t) Club. Charity Bail, Alpha Chi Sigma, Sigma Phi. RAYMOND A. ANDERSON . . . Taylor . . . American Insti- tutions . . . La Crosse State Teachers College. w RICHARD G. ANDERSON neoi : Racine . . . Chemical Engi- ROBERT E. ANDERSON . . . Rochester, Minn. . . . Civil Engineering . . . Minot State Teachers College . . . Crew, A.S.CJ2. ■ • Thesis — " Lake Mendota as a Source of Water Supply for Madiso n, Wisconsin. " VERNON M. ANDERSON Architecture. Madison . . . Landscape WARREN J. ANDERSON . . . Madison . . . Electrical Engi- neering . . . Georgia Tech. JEANNE E. ANDREWS . . . Columbus Medicine. LEROY E. ANSBERRY . . . Milwaukee . . . Geology . Milwaukee State Teachers College . . . Geology Club. JjDWl Ij MlL, 0$. diiiL . . . FRANCINE ARIES . . . Chicago, 111. . . . Psychology . . . Union Dance Com.. Union Activities Bureau. Elections Com., Academic Relations Com., W.S.G.A. House Presidents ' Council. Psi Chi, Alpha Epsilon Phi. CHARLES W. ARING. JR. Wauwatosa Commerce. NANCY ARING . . . Wauwatosa . . . German . . . Welles- ley and University of Zurich, Switzerland . . . Delta Gamma. HENRY E. ARKENS . Marinette . . . Chemistry . . . Band . . . Thesis — " Biochemistry — Culture Medium Studies for Antibiotic 94. " ROBERT V. ARMSTRONG . . . New Richmond . . . Account- ing . , . River Falls State Teachers College . . . Delta Sigma Pi. WALTER C. ARNOLD . Lake Geneva . . . Mechanical Engineering. JOHN C. ARNST . . . Sheboygan Using . . . Sheboygan Extension . . Journalism — Adver- Mcn ' s Halls Chorus. ELEANOR S. ARONSON . . . Crystal Lake. 111. . . . Mathe- 111,11 us . . . Paul Bunyan Canteen Com.. Hoofers. Union Music Com.. Sigma Epsilon Sigma. JEROME W. ARONSON . . . Phi Eta Siyma. Milwaukee Accounting MAXINE J. ASCH . . . Scarsdaic. N. J. . . . Sociology . . . Susquehanna University . . . Personnel Com.. W.S.G.A.. Si " " " Swingout, Elei is. Union Dance Com., Alpha Epsi- l Phi. VERONICA AUGUSTYNE . . AntigO . . . Education . . . Pre Mediea, Blue Shield Catholic Daughtei . French Club JUNE L. AUSEN Sigma Delia Pi, . Amery MS Enj li h Education . JOSEPHINE E. AUSTIN . . . Janesville . . . Home Eco- nomics Education . . . Whitewater State Teachers College . . . Euthenics, Wesley Foundation. ROBERT W. AUSTIN . . . Janesville and Mechanics . . . Orchestra. Applied Math PHYLLIS E. AVERBOOK . . . Superior . . . Speech . . . University of Minnesota, Superior State Teachers College . . . Players, W.H.A., Phi Beta, Alpha Epsilon Phi. VIRGINIA C. AWE . . . Wausau . . . International Re- lations . . . Dykstra Tea Com., Alpha Xi Delta, pres. MARGUERITE E. AYLWARD . . . Milwaukee. RAYMOND A. BACHHUBER . . . Mayville . . . Economics. GUNHILD M. BACKLUND . nomics. . . Kenosha . . . Home Eco- ARTHUR W. BAEBLER . . . Belleville neering . . . A.I.E.E. Electrical Engi (x)sl h m mb h. aJJIL RICHARD F. BAER . . . Madison . . . International Rela- tions . . . Summer Prom, Promotions chrm.. Campus Com- munity Chest chrm., I-F Board, Junior Prom. Finance chrm., Humorology, Promotions chi-m., Senior Council, Delta Upsi- lon. • • ROSEMARY E. BAKER . . . Racine . . . International Re- lations . . . Work Day. W.S.G.A., House Presidents ' Tea, Alpha Chi Omega, pres. Fomentu of Chile. " . Thesis — " The Corporacion de SHIRLEY J. BAKER . . . River Edge, N. J. . . . English . . . Bradford House, pres.. Christian Science Organization, Con- cord Club. SEYMOUR D. BAKKE . . . Madison . . . American Insti- tutions . . . Emory College. Henry College . . . Basketball, Hoofers, Orientation, Sigma Alpha Epsilon. SIGRID E. BAKKE . . . Evansville . . . Music . . . Orchestra, A Cappella Choir, W.S.G.A. Judicial Com., Sigma Epsilon Sigma. EUGENE H. BALA W.H.A. Players. Hopkins, Mich. Accounting . . LEE BALDWIN . . . Fargo, N. D. . . . Psychology ... St. Francis Student Episcopal Cabinet. University Religious Council, vice-pres., Gamma Phi Beta, treas. LARINICE J. BALLAM . . . Madison. . . . Sociology . . . Panhel Council, Hoofers, Elections, Orientation, Alpha Chi Omega. ROBERT L. BALLSRUD . . . Westby . . . Economics . . . Whitewater State Teachers College. University of Akron . . . Men ' s Chorus. Band, Varsity Basketball, W Club, Men ' s Halls Cabinet, Homecoming, Mack House, pres.. Sigma Tau Gamma. JAMES A. BAMBERGER . . . Milwaukee Engineering . . . Iowa State College. Mechanical CARL C. BARANEK . . . Carrollville . . . Mechanical Engi- neering . . . Band, Sophomore Honors. A.S.M.E., Alpha Tau Omega. AUDREY F. BARBER nomics. Silver Lake Labor Eco- ROSEMARY BARE . . . Lake Mills . . . Art Education . . . Y.W.C.A.. Campus Community Chest. Union Gallery Com., Sigma Lambda. 99 JOAN P. BARKER . . Lake Forest. 111. . . . Child Develop- ment . . . 4-H Club. Blue Shield. Newman Club. Theta Phi Alpha. . . Horticulture . . . Concert Band. Sym- ENOS E. BARNARD . . . Oshkosh Oshkosh State Teachers College . . phony Orchestra, Sigma Chi. PHILIP D. BARNARD ... St. Croix Falls ... Art Edu- cation . . . Eau Claire State Teachers College . . . Octopus, Dormsylvania, dec. chrm.. Art Students ' League. MARVIN G. BARNES Roscoe, 111. Accounting. VERNON S. BARNES . . . Eau Claire . . . Marketing . . . Homecoming. Dorm Knight, gen. chrm.. Junior Prom chrm., W.H.A. Players. SALLY E. BARNETT . . . Brooklyn, N. Y. . . . English . . . W.S.G.A. Independent House Coordinator. Women ' s Admin- istrative Com., Octopus. Bradford House, pres.. Women ' s Independent House Formal, Union Film Com. THOMAS J. BARRETT . . . Pittsburgh. Penn. nomics . . . University of Pittsburgh. Eco- WALTER W. BARRETT mology . . . V.F.W. Racine ELMER N. BARRY . . . Clintonville neering . . . University of California of Automotive Engineers. Economic Ento- . . Mechanical Engi- . . A.S.M.E., Society JhsL QabiiL, QiwjusdA., £a Jt. pu . . . FRANK BARTAK dustry. Milwaukee . . . Light Building In- RICHARD R. BARTELME . . . Manitowoc . . . Electrical Engineering . . . University of Marquette . . . Scabbard and Blade. N.R.O.T.C. ROBERT M. BARTELS . . Milwaukee . . . Accounting . . . Milwaukee Extension . . . Alpha Kappa Psi. ELIZABETH J. BARTH Gamma Phi Beta. Milwaukee Economics . . . HUGH A. BASTIANELLI . . Kenosha . . . Accounting. BARBARA J. BATKER . . . Madison . . . Applied Arts . . L.S.A. DORIS E. BATKER L.S.A. Madi " ii . . . Natural Science . . . . Wauwatnsa . . . Economics WALTER F. BAUMAN. JR . . . Oklahoma A M. RUTH P. BAUMBACH . . River Forest. 111. . . . Speech . . . Union Theatei Conn Players, Elections, Phi Beta, Al- i ( lamma Delta. VERLIN H. BAUMGARTH Dual,,,,, . . . Electrical Engineering . . . w i ck, Croi County, capt., Stu- dent Athletic Board, Phi Eta Sigma, I ' i Mu Epsilon, Eta Kappa Nu Tau Bi ta Pi, Delta Chi. BETTY J. BAYER Evanston, III - , . Journalism . . . i i i ' 1 1 1 ■ i i Bad MARILYN B. BAYLINSON . Vmk. Penn. . Dance and P - i tion Senior Orche I Hoofers, Women ' s Kill MARY ELLEN BEATTIE . . . Elmhurst. 111. . . . Physical Medicine . . . Carleton College . . . Wiskits, Physical Therapy Club. ROSEMARY L. BECHTOLD . . . Wauwatosa . . . Chemistry . . . Alpha Xi Delta. DUANE B. BECKER . . . Juneau Thesis — " X-Ray Crystallography. " Chemistry PAUL E. BECKSTRAND . . . Chicago, 111. . . . Speech . . . Augustana College . . . Pershing Rifles. Lutheran Student Association, Wisconsin Forensic Union, University Religious Council, Phi Eta Sigma. JERROLD E. BECVAR Basketball Manager. Grantsburg Accounting . . . CAROL R. BEERS . . . Lake Beulah . . . Home Economics . . . Bashford House, pres., Hodag House, sec. RUTH E. BEETHAM . . . Lancaster . . . Home Economics. GORDON C. BEHLING . . . Johnson Creek . . . Accounting. MARY E. BELL . . . Neenah . . . Economics . . . Ohio Wesleyan University. JxduL (RoacL, £incojbL, pwc at dGr-j, . . . ROBERT P. BENDER . . . Wisconsin Rapids . . . Economics . . . Wisconsin Rapids Extension . . . Boxing, Newman Club. Vets ' Club. ANNE M. BENNETT . . . Chicago, 111. . . . Journalism . . . Union News Bureau, Badger, Coranto, Theta Sigma Phi, Delta Gamma. JOHN P. BENNETT . . . Menomonee. Mich. . . . Psychology. RICHARD B. BENNETT . . . Eau Claire . . . Economics . . . 770 Club, Elections, Concert Band, Summer Prom, Orien- tation, Summer Cardinal, bus. mgr.. Cardinal, adv. mgr., Sigma Chi. MILDRED B. BENSON . . . Stoughton . . . Home Economics Education . . . Euthenics. Blue Shield. Orientation, Women ' s Lodging House Council, Phi Upsilon Omicron. JOAN C. BENTLEY . . . Madison . . . Medical Technology . . . Pythia, Union Service Com. Sheboygan History DONALD N. BENTZ Sigma Nu. AUDREY BENZION . . . Chicago. 111. . Journalism- Advertising . . . Cardinal, Union Dance Com., Lake Lawn House, treas., Literary Preview, Hillel. Women ' s Independ- ent House Formal. DORIS M. BERG . . . Gary, Ind. . . . English . . . Band. Orchestra, Women ' s Chorus, Union Music Com., Hillel, I.Z.F.A.. Badger. MARILYN BERG . . . Chicago, 111. . . . Sociology . . . Hillel, Spanish Club. BARBARA J. BERGE . . Madison . . . Philosophy . . . W.S.G.A. Anniversary Com., Octopus, Professional Pan- hellenic Council, pres., Union Council, Union Directorate, sec, Union News Bureau, chrm.. Union Film Com., Senior Council, Mortar Board, Crucible. Phi Beta, Sigma Epsilon Sigma, Phi Beta Kappa. Sigma Delta Pi. CLARICE J. BERGEN . . . Madison . . . Psychology . . . Central State Teachers College . . . Union Dance Com., chrm.. Union Directorate, sec. Union Council, Norse Club, treas., Orientation, Charity Ball, Summer Prom, Women ' s Chorus, Student Leadership Conference. Local Students ' Association. Lutheran Student Association, Student Govern- ment Emphasis Week. Elections, Pre-Prom, Chi Omega. 101 PHYLLIS L. BERGER . Riverdale, N. Y. . . . Psych . . . Symphony Orchestra, Russian Club. NOEL E. BERGERON. JR. . . . Chippewa Falls . . . Eco- ... Delta Epsilon. BEVERLEY BERGSBAKEN . . . Black Creek . . . Eco- nomics . . . W.5.G.A.. Union Dance Com.. Union Activities Bureau. Cardinal. Red Cross Drive. 770 Club. ARNOLD A. BERGSON . . . Cleveland, Ohio . . . Electrical Engineering . . . Case Institute ol Technology . . . N.R.O.T.C, A.I.E.E.. Alpha Epsilon Pi. NATALIE J. BERGSTROM . . . Neenah . . . Home Eco- ics . . Stephens College . . . Kappa Alpha Theta. HARRIET BERKOWITZ Trenton. N. J. Psychology. RHODA BERKOWITZ . . . Brooklyn, N. Y. . . . Child De- velopment . . . Hostess Com., Women ' s Independent House Formal. JAMES E. BERLIN . . . Brooklyn. N. Y. . . . Animal Hus- bandry . . . Freshman Crew. Saddle and Sirloin Club. DAVID A. BERMAN . . Milwaukee . . . Chemistry . . . Milwaukee State Teachers College . . . Thesis — " Studies on the Methods of Degrading Carbon Chains. " diammsuidlsi . . . §addlsL Ahjo A. . . . JACOB L. BERNHEIM . . . Milwaukee . . . Political Science . . . Milwaukee Extension . . . Men ' s Halls Association, pres., Men ' s Halls Cabinet. Delta Epsilon, Phi Alpha Delta. GABRIEL BERNS . . . Yonkers, N. Y. . Relations . . . New York University . . Sigma Delta . . . Thesis — " Problems of Republic of Central America. " EDITH BERNSTEIN . . . New York, N. Y. . . . City College . . . Hillel. sec. Hoofers. . International . Players, Phi Unification for Psychology MITCHEL BERNSTEIN . . . . New York University Epsilon Pi. . Brooklyn. N. Y. . . . English . . Hoofers. Premedica, Alpha RUTH C. BERNSTEIN . . . New York. N. Y. . . . Mathe- matics . . . Sigma Epsilon Sigma. LEONARD BERTH . . . Milwaukee . . . Alpha Zeta. Phi Eta Sigma. Food Industries ROBERT E. BEST fence College. Waterford Marketing Law GORDON S. BESTUL . . Rosholt Whitewater State Teachers College . . Accounting . . Beta Alpha Psi. HILARY R. BETH . . Two Rivers . . . Labor Management . . . Orientation, Sad Sack Shuffle. Veterans ' Club, treas. DOROTHY L. BETTCHER . Dayton, Ohio . . . Psychology . . . Badger. Union Dance Com., Campacabana, Work Day, W.S.G.A. Fashion Show. Hostess ehrm.. Student Board Sec- retarial Com., Sophomore Honors. Wiskits. Humorology, Kappa Kappa Gamma. MARY J. BEVERS . . Meiiasha . . . Economics Hos.iin College . . . Orientation. Hoofers. Tliela Phi Alpha. CHARLES D. BIAS Keystone, W. Va. . . . Pharmacy . . Cincinnati University . . Him t ' lii. Kappa Psi. L02 EDWARD A. BIELINSKI . . . . Milwaukee Extension Society, Alpha Phi Omega. EDWARD F. BINGER . . . Madison . . Merchandising . . . University of Colorado. Milwaukee . . . Agrkultur Newman Club. Holy, Name % Marketing and EDITH A. BIRDSALL lations. Algoma International Re- SIGMUND S. BIRKENMAJER . . . Czestochowa, Poland . . . English . . . University of Cracow. Poland . . . Inter- national Club, Instructor of Polish, U. W. Polish Club, chrm. NANCY I. BIRKETT Burlington History. HAROLD F. BIRNBERG . . . Youngstown, Ohio . . . Light Building Industry . . . Union Rathskeller Com., Phi Epsilon Pi. HOWARD W. BISHOP . ment . . . Milton College. HARRIET BISSEL . . . Madison . . . . . Rifle Team, Kappa Kappa Gamma Madison . . . Labor Manage- Child Development CONRAD P. BITTNER University of Iowa . . . tion, Chi Phi. . . Fall Creek . . . Commerce . . . Work Day, Humorology, Orienta- " UMcL fiilL " . . . ' Sksdl A. boo sL . . . STANLEY P. BLACK . . . Honolulu, Hawaii . . . Freshman Track. Kappa Sigma. . Zoology . . Dresser . . . Electrical Engi- GEORGE L. BLAISDELL neering . . . A.I.E.E. RUTH A. BLAKE . . . Rockford, 111. . . . Pharmacy . . . Wisconsin Pharmaceutical Society, Panhellenic Council, Pro- fessional Panhellenic Council, treas., Newman Club, Catho- lic Daughters, Hoofers, Panhellenic Ball, tickets chrm.. Kappa Epsilon, Sigma Kappa. ANNE C. BLAKELEY . . . Chester. Penn. . . . Animal Hus- bandry . . . Saddle and Sirloin Club, Little International, Poultry Club. Union Gallery Com., sec, Ag Council, Country Fair Coordination chrm.. Delta Gamma. HENRY F. BLANK . . . Milwaukee . . . Electrical Engi- neering . . . A.I.E.E., Kappa Eta Kappa, Eta Kappa N u, Tau Beta Pi. LAVERNE E. BLANK . . . Neenah . . . Electrical Engi- neering . . . A.I.E.E., Alpha Kappa Lambda. HERBERT D. BLANKMAN . . Chemistry . . . Band, Orientation of Pivalic Aldehyde. " New York. N. Y. . . . . Thesis— " The Synthesis ARNOLD F. BLESSE. JR. Estate . . . Delta Upsilon. . Alhambra, Calif. Real ERLING J. BLIGARD . . . Minneapolis. Minn. . . . Mechani- cal Engineering . . . A.S.M.E., Tau Beta Pi, Pi Tau Sigma. LEATRICE R. BLINDER . . . Brooklyn, N. Y. . . . Players, W.H.A. Sociology DARNOLD BLIVAS . . . Racine . . . Applied Math and Mechanics . . . Carleton College . . . Hillel, Residence Halls Political Association, Community Chest Drive. CARYL J. BLOCH . . . Forest Hills, N. Y. . . . Union House Com., Union Forum Com. 103 Economics ALTON D. BLOCK . . . Eau Claire . . . Dairy Husbandry . . . Eau Claire State Teachers College . . . 4-H Club, Future Farmers of America, Blue Shield, Wisconsin Country Maga- zine. Saddle and Sirloin Club. Little International, Live- stock Judging Team. Winner of 1947 Wisconsin Dairy Cattle Judging Contest. Delta Theta Sigma, treas. BETTY J. BLOCK Burlington FRANCIS J. BLOODGOOD. JR. . . . ... A Cappella Choir. Phi Eta Sigma . Economics. Madison . . . English JANE G. BLOODGOOD . . . Madison . . . French Players, St. Francis House Cabinet. French Club. JOSEPH W. BLOODGOOD . . . Madison . . . University Chorus. Haresfoot Follies. CAROL BLOOMENTHAL Chicago. 111. . Philosophy . Economics. JOEL L. BLUM nomics. Brooklyn, N. Y. MARGUERITE R. BOCKELMAN . . Recreation . . . Milwaukee Extension Music Com.. Jr. Orchesis. Agricultural Eco- Milwaukee . . . . Hoofers. Union ADELE E. BODZIN . . . Brooklyn, N. Y. . . . Social Work . . . Players, Hoofers. Campus Community Chest. Union Hostesses Com.. Union Coffee Hour Com., Cardinal. VbuocomsihA. camsL m, %... EDITH I. BOEHM . Rhinelander Physics. LEILA P. BOERSCHEL . . . Merrill . . . Home Economics Education ... 4-H Club. Blue Shield. Euthenics. W.F.S.A. KEITH J. BOHEN . . . Mauston . . . Economics . . . Juneau County Normal. ROSEMARY BOHL . . . Beaver Dam . . . Geology . . . Geology Club. Tabard Inn, pres., Wiskits. ROBERT G. BOHM . . . Racine . . . Electrical Engineering . . . Varsity Rifle Team. Kappa Eta Kappa. A.I.E.E. JAMES BOHSTEDT . . Madison . . . Electrical Engineering . . . Crew, Phi Gamma Delia. OSCAR C. BOLDT . . Appleton . . . Civil Engineering . . . Alpha Tau Omega . . . Thesis— " The Design of a Re- inforced Concrete Warehouse. " LOIS M. BOLENDER . . . Rockford, 111. . . . Psychology . . . Union House Com., Elections, Winter Carnival, Chi Omega. JOSEPHINE D. BOMGARDNER . . . Palmyra, Penn. . . . Speech . . . National Collegiate Players, Players, Union Theater Com., Kappa Delta. JEAN A. BOOKHOUT . Madison . . . Speech . . . Zeta Phi Kta, Alpha Gamma Delta LAURENCE BOORD Danville. Ill . . . Speech . . . Univei Itj oi Illinois Haresfool Club, Players, National Playei Student Com i FREDERIC W. BOOTS . . . Madison . . . Public School 1 ;.n..i ' H i ' Iii . I i .. I nivi ' i it Choi ,.l tion I -in., Mil. A. Library Com., I .Hon. Student Court, Phi Mu Alpha. Sinfonia. TJ2 104 PATRICIA P. BOOTS . . . Madison . . . Music Education Symphony Orchestra. Women ' s Chorus, Sophomore Honors, Sigma Epsilon Sigma. Sigma Alpha Iota, pres. JOAN C. BORGERDING . . . Beloit . . . American History . . . Union Activities Bureau. Alpha Xi Delta. BERNADINE BOROWSKI . Pulaski Dietetics. ROMA J. BORST . . . Brooklyn . . . Spanish . . . Spanish Club International Club. William Jennings Bryan Award, Italian Club. Y.W.C.A., Student Court, Assistant in Dept. of Spanish and Portuguese, Pi Lambda Theta . . . Thesis— -Journalism in Latin America:— A Study of Daily News- papers. " FREDERICK B. BOSSERT . . . Wisconsin Rapids . . . Accounting . . . Wisconsin Rapids Extension . . . Union Library Com., Union Theater Com., Theta Delta Chi. EDWARD D. BOSTWICK . . . Port Washington . . . Psy- chology . . . Cardinal, Psi Chi, Phi Eta Sigma, Phi Beta Kappa. JOSEPH M. BOSTWICK . . . Janesville . . . Accounting . . . Antioch College . . . Junior Prom. Finance chrm., Badger Village Council, councilman. MARY Y. BOSTWICK . . . Mauston . . . Education . . . Cardinal, Phi Beta, Kappa Alpha Theta. ANDREW K. BOSZHARDT . . . Madison . . . Mechanical Engineering . . . Society of Automotive Engineers. Jo cl campuA, qsMisuL tfoA, wWl MARILYN J. BOWMAN . . . Rockford. 111. . . . Physical Education . . . Orientation, Y.W.C.A.. Alpha Gamma Delta, pres. ROBERT E. BOWMAN . . . Lodi . . . History . . . Concert Band. EDWARD J. BOYER . . . Madison . . . Pharmacy . . . Band, Pershing Rifles. Pharmaceutical Association. ROBERT E. BOYLAN Madison . . . Economics. JAMES W. BRAAK . . . Marshalltown. la. . . . Mechanical Engineering . . . University of Dubuque . . . A.S.M.E., Society of Automotive Engineers. Sigma Nu. RAYMOND I. BRAATEN . . . Iola . . . Dairy Industry . . . 4-H Club. Hoofers, Babcock Science Club. KENNETH D. BRACH . . . Wausau . . . Economics . . . Alpha Kappa Delta. RUTH E. BRADLEY . . . Waukesha . . . Medical Tech- nology . . . Wiskits, Senior Swingout. Barnard Hall, sec, Alpha Delta Theta. Sigma Epsilon Sigma. ELIZABETH L. BRAEGER . . . Wauwatosa . . . Sociology . . . Union Activities Bureau. W.S.G.A. Personnel Board, Summer and Winter Fashion Show, Orientation, Senior Swingout, Makeup Crew, Campacabana, Alpha Chi Omega. BEATRICE E. BRANDON . . . West Allis . . . Physical Education . . . Milwaukee State Teachers College . . . Physical Education Club, Dolphin Club, W.A.A., W.S.G.A.. Orientation, Community Chest. Cardinal. JAMES R. BRANDON . . . Mazomanie . . . Speech . . . Cheerleader. Band. Wisconsin Players, pres., Theater Board, Union Theater Com.. Union Dance Com.. W.H.A.. Cardinal. Octopus, Crew. CAROLE W. BRANLEY . . . Madison . . . Speech . . . Players. National Collegiate Players, treas., W.H.A. Players, Forensic Board. Phi Beta. 105 JEAN C. BRANN Racine . . Chemistry . . . Orienta- tion, Union Dunce Cum.. Panhellenic Council, Panhellenic Ball Com.. Alpha Xi Delta . . . Thesis— " Analysis of Natural Materials for Protein Content. " LAWRENCE S. BRANSTAD English . . . Waldorf Col LOIS BRAUN Chicago, Hi Lake Mills. Iowa Child Development. NATALIE ERAUN New York. N. Y. BETTY L. BRAYTON . . . Jefferson . . Related Art . . . Hi ofers, Women ' s Local Student Association. International Club. Union Dance Com.. Euthenics. LEAH F. BREAKSTONE . . . Union City. N. J. . . . Psy- chology . . . Union Activities Eureau. Psi Chi. Phi Sigma Sigma. GILBERT B. BREIMEISTER . . . Milwaukee . . . Journalism. ROBERT F. BREITENBACH . . . Madison . . . Zoology. MARION F. BREMNER . River Forest. III. . . . English . . . Gamma Phi Beta. JhsL famiUaA, Aiqht jo(L uniQahmA .. . MARY T. BRENK . . . Milwaukee . . . English . . . Mar- quette . . . Orientation. Kappa Alpha Theta. ELIZABETH A. BRENNAN . . . Lake Geneva . . . English . . . Rosary College. HERBERT J. BREWER . . . Rockford. 111. . . . Accounting . Hesperia Forensic Society, sec. FRANCIS L. BREY ... La Crosse La Crosse State Teachers College. Spanish THOMAS M. BRICKLEY Fox Point. JOHN L. BRIEHL . . . Stitzer . . . American Institutions . . . Platteville State Teachers College. OTTO K. BRIETENBACH ROBERT E. BRINGMAN . . . Wisconsin Rapids cal Engineering . . . Wisconsin Engineer. Chomi- JEANNE A. BRISTOW . . . Oak Park. 111. . . . Medical Bacteriology . . . Carleton College . . . Orientation, Aca- demic Relations Com.. Alpha Delia Theta, Alpha Chi Omega. MARY A. bHOCKETT . . . Madison . . . Sociology . . ,, Orientation, W.S.G.A., Spanish Club. At Ease. Chi Omega ALBERT P. BRODAX . . . Brooklyn. N. Y. . . . English . . . A.V.C., Danskeller. publicity clii ' in . Phi Sigma Delta ELTON W. BROEGE . . . Janesville . . . Animal Husbandry . . . Orientation. I 11, Saddle nul Sirloin. Livestock Judging Team. Little International, Agriculture Student Council, Harvest Ball, Alpha Gamma Hlw 106 LYNNDON A. BROOKS . . . Berlin . . . Agricultural Engi- neering . . . Noire Dame . . . Agriculture Student Council, lieas.. Blue Shield. Y.M.C.A., American Society of Agri- cultural Engineers, Phi Lambda Upsilon, Alpha Zeta, pres.. Delta Theta Sigma. JOAN R. BROSSARD . Madis in . . . Child Development . . . Edgewood Junior College . . . Danskeiler Com., Alpha Gamma Delta. KENNETH E. BROST . . . Madison . . . American Institu- tions . . . Platteviile State Teachers College. Fort Atkinson English CHARLES A. BROWN Cardinal, Bus. Mgr. JAMES S. BROWN . . . Milwaukee . . . Economics . . . Ripon College . . . Hoofers, Orientation, Union Art Gallery Com., Badger, Phi Delta Theta. JEANNE S. BROWN . . . Deiavan . . . Recreation . . . Wesley Foundation, Campus Community Chest, Y.M.-Y.W. International Com., Chadbourne Council. MARY E. BROWN . . . Madison . . . Economics . . . Women ' s Local Student Association, pres.. Catholic Daughters, pres., Newman Club, sec. Women ' s Administrative Com., Summer Student Board, Red Cross Night at the Union, gen. chrm.. Student Life and Interests Com., Summer Orientation, W.S.G.A. Fashion Shows, gen. chrm.. Senior Swingout, Stu- dent Leadership Conference, W.H.H.O., Union House Com.. Orientation, Union Activities Bureau, Alpha Delta Theta, Theta Phi Alpha, pres. RICHARD L. BROWN . . . Niagara Falls, N. Y. . . . Eco- nomics . . . A.V.C.. Vanguard. ROBERT T. BROWN . . . Friendship . . . Botany . . . Hesperia Forensic Society, treas., Orientation, A.I.Ch.E. Out at Jmiuool and thsL doAntA, . . . STELLA BRUBAKER . . . Arlington, Va. . . . Physical Therapy . . . University of Iowa . . . Physical Therapy Club, German Club, Chess Club. RICHARD I. BRUCKNER . . . . University of Illinois . Chi, treas. ROBERT W. BRUECHERT Rhinelander . . . Accounting 770 Club, Orientation, Theta Manitowoc Accounting. DALE F. BRUHN . . . Two Rivers . . . Agricultural Edu- cation . . . F.F.A., Agricultural Student Council, 4-H Club, Elue Shield. Saddle and Sirloin, Alpha Zeta. Alpha Gamma Rho. RICHARD F. BRUNING . . . Beloit . . . Mechanical Engi- neering . . . Union Games Com., Orientation, Sophomore Honors, Theta Delta Chi. ELIZABETH C. BRUNSELL . . . Evansville . . . Economics . . . Ward-Belmont Junior College . . . Orientation, Chi Omega. ROBERT F. BRUNSELL . . . Evansville . . . Mechanical Engineering . . . Newark College of Engineering . . . Orien- tation. Mat. Dance Com., Work Day. Phi Eta Sigma, Sigma Phi. DAVID J. BRYAN Madison Commerce. MARY E. BRYANT . . . Buffalo, N. Y. . . . Chemistry . . . University of Buffalo . . . W.S.G.A.. Union Dance Com., Woikshop Com.. Sigma Kappa. CLIFFORD L. BRYNILDSON . . Taylor Milwaukee Extension . . . Norse Club. Soils DONALD C. BUBLITZ . . . Edgerton . . . Mechanical Engi- neering . . . Society of Automotive Engineers. SHIRLEY M. BUBOLZ . . . Milwaukee . . . Social Work . . . Milwaukee Extension . . . Phi Delta Delta. 107 DONALD W. BUCHTA . . . Wauwatosa . . . Chemistry . . . Carrol] College . . . Thesis — " Development of Wax Coatings lor Neutral Sulfite Semichemical Papers for Food Pack- aging. " ANNE R. BUCKSTEIN Pittsburgh. Penn. . . . Child Development . . . Orientation, Social Work Club. Hoofers, Psi Chi. Phi Sigma Sigma. GRANT H. BUELOW . . . neering . . . Illinois Tech. A I.Ch.E.. Tau Beta Pi. Baraboo . . . Chemical Engi- . . . N.R.O .T.C. Rifle Team, NANCY R. BUHAI . . . Chicago, 111. . . . English At Ease. Women ' s Independent House Formal. Political Science LESLLIE R. BUNGAARD . . Brule . . . Superior State Teachers College. WARREN C. BURGER . . . Wautoma . . . Chemistry . . . Sophomore Honors. Phi Eta Sigma . . . Thesis — " The Effects of Certain Impurities on the Rapoport Method for Phospho- glyceric Acid. " JAMES M. BURGOYNE . . Milwaukee . . . Mechanical Engineering . . . Union House Com., Host and Hostess Com.. Orientation, Homecoming. Humorology, Senior Council. Theta Chi. VIVIAN J. BURGY . . . Black River Falls . . . History . . . La Crosse State Teachers College . . . Norse Club. Uni- versity Presbyterian Choir. BENNIE C. BURISH . . . Cadott . . . Chemical Engineering . . . Eau Claire State Teachers College. SuApliUu worwvL, thhsuL bo owl . . . MARY C. BURKE . . . Washington, D. C. . . . Economics . . . Crucible, W.S.G.A. Fashion Show. W.S.G.A. Judicial Com., chrm.. Elections, Careers Conference, Barnard Hall, pres., Wiskits, Student Board Public Relations Com., chrm., Women ' s Administrative Com., W.S.G.A., sec, Student Lead- ership Conference, sec. Mortar Board, vice-pres.. Sigma Delta Pi. DAN L. BURNHAM . . . Platteville . . . Electrical Engi- neering . . . Carleton College . . . A.I.E.E. KATHLEEN M. BURNS . . . Beloit . . . English . . . Mount Mary College . . . Delta Zeta. LESLIE H. BURSTEN . . . Milwaukee . . . Economics . . . Milwaukee Extension . . . Union Activities Bureau, Phi Epsilon Pi. GEORGE W. BURTON . . . Eagle . . . Chemistry . . . St. Benedict ' s College . . . Newman Club, Interreligious Council. Hoofers . . . Thesis— " Dr. H. A. Scheute, Food Chemistry. " VERA S. BUSCH . . . Eagle River . . . Journalism . . . German Club, Coranto, sec. Sophomore Honors, Sigma Ep- silon Sigma, Theta Sigma Phi. DAVID BUSHNER . . . Sheboygan . . . Hispanic Studies International Club. Spanish Club, Dance Club. ROBERT W. BUSK Utility Management . . . Lodi . . . Commerce — Public Janesville Extension. DORIS J. BUSSE . . . Milwaukee . . . Sociology . . . Mil- waukee Extension . . . W.S.G.A. Personnel chrm., W.I. P.O., Women ' s Administrative- Com.. Alpha Gamma Delta. JAMES V. BUTLER Whiteflsh Bay Notre Dame . . . Sigma Alpha Epsilon Accounting JANE M. BUTZ Darin Botany JOHN H. BUTZ . , . Manitowoc- , . . Pharmacy . . Mani- towoc Extension Pershing Rifles, Concert Hand . . . lie i " A Prescription Survey. " KM JOHN G. BUZZELL . . . Delavan . . . Chemistry . . . University of Chicago . . . Wesley Foundation Student Asso- ciation . . . Thesis — " Photographic Development With In- organic Reducing Agents. ' ROBERT H. BYRNES . . . Milwaukee . . . Mathematics . . . Iowa State College and Western Michigan College. JAMES E. BYRNS Engineering. Cincinnati, Ohio . Mechanical JANET C. CADDEN . . South Bend, Ind. . . . Speech. HAZEL E. CAHILL . . . Austin, Minn. . . . Journalism. GRACE C. CAHN . . . New York, N. Y. . . . American RAYLINE CAIRNS . . . Wauwatosa . . . Physical Medicine . . . Milwaukee-Downer . . . Physical Therapy Club, Orien- tation. MURRAY C. CALHOUN . . . Superior . . . Electrical Engi- neering . . . Michigan State . . . Eta Kappa Nu. Mt. Carmel, 111. CLAIRE E. CAMPBELL Studies. Hispanic (x)jcVl msmwAiaL flu id baqwL . . . DANIEL A. CANUTE . . . Cleveland, Ohio . . . Mechanical Engineering . . . Oberlin College . . . A.S.M.E., Society of Automotive Engineers, Sigma Phi Epsilon, Tau Beta Pi, Pi Tau Sigma. RAE CARCH . . . Moorhead, Miss. . . . English . . . Sopho- more Honors, Georgian House, pres., Union House Corn- Careers Conference, Wisconsin Players, Wisconsin Hostess Organization, Sigma Epsilon Sigma. PAUL B. CARDIN College. EILEEN P. CAREY Mary College. Madison Pharmacy Madison . . . English Ripon Mount JEAN C. CAREY . . . Milwaukee . . . Economics . . . Chad- bourne Hall, sec, Junior Prom. Orientation, Work Day, Alpha Chi Omega. CARL R. CARLSEN . . . Racine . . . Economic Entomology. DONALD K. CARLSON RITA M. CARR . . . Overland Park, Kansas . . . Agricul- tural Bacteriology ... St. Mary College . . . Newman Club, Catholic Daughters, Orientation, Theta Phi Alpha, sec. REYNALDA CARRENO . . . Racine . . . Spanish . national Club, French Club. Spanish Club, pres. . Inter- CAROL I. CARTIER . . . Green Bay . . . Occupational Therapy . . . Senior Swingout. Union Workshop, sec, Wes- ley Foundation student Assoc, Orientation, W.S.G.A., Occu- pational Therapy Club, Delta Zeta. pres. JANE A. CARTWRIGHT . . . Lancaster . . . Medical Bac- teriology . . . Work Day, Wiskits, Kappa Kappa Gamma. DONALD P. CASE . Green Bay 109 . Mathematics. JEAN T. CASKEY . . . Beloit . . . Home Economics . . . Euthenics Club. Phi Upsilon Omicron. ALYCE L. CASPER . . . Beloit . . . Art Education . . . A Cappella, Women ' s cu.,i : . Presbyterian Student Center. nbda. DOULGAS O. CATON Phi Eta Sigma. Man Economics . . . ROBERT E. CECH . . . Sp ler . . . Metallurgy . . . Wis- consin Inst, of Technology . . . Newman Club. Mining Club. DOMINIC V. CEFALU . . . Beaver Dam . . . Commerce . . . W.H.A. Players, Wisconsin Players. Work Day. urn. chrm., Humoroli gy, chrm., Union Dance Com.. Orientation, chrm., I-F-Panhel Public Relations Board. Fraternity Relations, chrm.. Summer Prom, Phi Eta Sigma, Phi Delta Theta. JOHN E. CEMIRYS . . . Milwaukee . . . Physical Edu- Western Michigan College . . . Swimming Team, Hamilton House, pres.. Sigma Delta Phi. JAY H. CERF . . . Milwaukee . . . Political Science . . . I ibi i ties O m . Kickofl Ball, chrm.. Band. Men ' s Halls Cabir FRANK C. CHALLONER . . . Oshkosh . . . Mechanical Engi- neering . . . Hoofers, M.E.S.W.. Society of Automotive Engi- neers. JOAN B. CHALMERS . . . Carmel, N. Y. . . . Physical Education . . . Hoofers, Physical Education Club, Rifle Team. Dolphin Club. Kappa Delta. QiqWiQtteA aA, AfwAt aA. AkbdA, . . BETTY J. CHAMPEAU . . . Sturgeon Bay ... Journalism .. . Milwaukee State Teachers College . . . Cardinal, C.R.H.P.A. MARY N. CHANDLER . . . Brooklyn . . . Child Develop- ment . . . Union Activities Bureau, chrm.. Union Directorate. EETTY C. CHAPEK . . . Racir.e . . . Orientation, Y.W.C.A. American Institutions CHARLES W. CHAPMAN . . . Sigma Nu. Madison HOWARD L. CHARLOW . . . New York. N. Y. Science . . . U.S.S.A., Players. A.V.C. EARL P. CHARLSON . . . Milwaukee . . Engineering . . . A.S.E.. A.S.ME. Accounting . . Political Mechanical . dfl ELAINE E. CHARNESKI . . . Manitowoc . . . Economics . . . Orientation. Players. Red Cross, Camera Club. French Club. Catholic Daughters, Newman Club. JEROME J. CHART East Troy . . . Zoology. KENNETH F. CHARTER Milwaukee . . . Chemistry . . Milwaukee Extension . . . Wayland Club. Theta Chi Sigma , Thesis " Potentiometric Determination of Chloride ion. " donald E. CHENEY . . . Eau Claire Electrical Engi- neering Freshman Ba eball, A.I.E.E.. Theta Delta Chi. RAYMOND D. CHEYDLEUR Madison . . . Speech . . . Thesis " The Agricultural Programmil g and Public Service iei " i Amei ica ' s 50,000 Watt Sta - HARRIS A. childs Eau Claire . . Electrical En Eau Claire SI i Teacher: College ... A.I.E.E., Kappa Eta Kappa STEPHEN J. CHIOVARO cation . . . Football, Boxing. Madison Physical Edu BURTON J. CHRISTENSEN . . . Chippewa Falls Natural Science . . . Wisconsin Rapids Extension. HOWARD H. CHRISTESON . . . Noi thwtstern. Barron Economics WALTER J. CIESLUKOWSKI . . . Racine . . . Economics . . . War Council, Post-War Planning Com., Theta Delta Chi. LEO F. CIMBALO . . . Rochester, N. Y. . . . Accounting. JOHN A. CISLER . . . Manitowoc . . . Accounting . . . Delta Sigma Pi. HUGH J. CLANCY . . . Green Leaf . . . History . . . Union Library Com., International Club. Spanish Club. Newman Club. MURIAL CLAPP . . . Madison . . . Psychology . . . Lawrence Ccllege . . . Cardinal, Kappa Alpha Theta. EDWARD G. CLARK . . Madison . . . Journalism . . . Octcpus, Orientation, Newman Club, Pershing Rifles. fad. (?JwAdu-- " ' $wsL iJL it hwiiA, " . . . JUDITH M. CLARK . . . Burlington. la. . . . American Institutions . . . Union Music Com.. Sophomore Honors, Sigma Epsilon Sigma, Delta Gamma, pres. JANET CLARKE . . . Fairfield. Conn. . . . Pre-Theological in Agriculture . . . Presbyterian Student Center, Saddle and Sirloin Club. University Religious Council. ROBERT T. CLAYTON . . . Wauwatosa . . . Mechanical Engineering . . . Wisconsin Engineer. M.E.S.W., Tennis, Phi Eta Sigma. Pi Tau Sigma. Tau Beta Pi, Alpha Delta Phi. WILLIAM A. CLAYTON neering. Madison Mechanical Engi- JAMES R. CLEASBY . . . Madison . . . Civil Engineering . . . New-berry College . . . Thesis — " Location and Design of Parking Lots in Madison, Wisconsin. " RICHARD W. CLEEREMANS nomics. . . Green Bay Eco- JOHN T. CLEMENTS Labor. Milwaukee Finance and CLARENCE L. CLINE . . . Portage . . . Dairy Industry and Husbandry . . . Saddle and Sirloin Club. JOAN A. COBB . . . Clinton VIRGINIA CODY . . Elkhorn Epsilon Sigma. Economics. Psychology Sigma ROGER E. COEYMAN . . . South Orange, N. J. . . . Jour- nalism . . . Summer Cardinal, Christian Science Organiza- ticn, Sigma Delta Chi, Phi Eta Sigma. ISAAC N. COGGS . . . Milwaukee . . . Agricultural Eco- nomics . . . Marquette . . . N.A.A.C.P., A.V.C.. Kappa Alpha Psi. pres. Ill ANITA COHEN New York. N. V Political Science. CHARLOTTE B. COHEN . . . Green Bay . . . Medicine . . . Union Service Com.. Union Hostess Com.. Sigma Epsilon Sigma. Phi Beta Kappa. Phi Kappa Phi. EDYTHE A. COHEN waukee Extension . . . . Milwaukee W.H.A. . Speech Mil- FLORENCE S. COHEN . . Milwaukee . . . Union Activities Bureau. Political Science GERALD H. COHEN . . . Madison . . . Electrical Engi- neering . . . Milwaukee Extension . . . A.V.C., IRE. MELVIN S. COHEN . . . New York. N. Y. . . . Political Science . . . City College of New York . . . Wrestling Squad. Hillel. Cardinal, Interfraternity Council. Phi Epsilon Pi. ROBERT F. COLE . . . Nyeville . . . Civil Engineering . . . A.S.C.E. . . . Thesis— " Model Test Runs on the Petenwell Spillway. " JOHN O. COLEMAN . . . Delafleld . . . Economics ' . . . Carroll College . . . Hoofers, American Legion, Amateur Radio Club, Stamp Club. Tau Kappa Epsilon. JOSEPH P. COLLENTINE . . . Madison . . . Applied Art . . . Freshman Football. Boxing, Chi Phi. JvaxJuUl (da, jdedJoiv pahadsL . . . BARBARA J. COLLINS . . . Washington, D. C. national Relations . . . N.S.A. Inter- DAVID Y. COLLINS . . . Beloit . . . Civil Engineering Notre Dame . . . A.S.C.E.. Chi Epsilon. JOSEPHINE COLMAN ... La Crosse Psi Chi. Kappa Alpha Theta, sec. Psychology HARRIET L. CONKLYN . . . Wauwatosa . . . Animal Hus- bandry . . . Milwaukee State Teachers College . . . Little International Court of Honor, Wisconsin Country Maga- zine, Saddle and Sirloin, Little International. BARCLAY CONLEY . . . Bennington. Vt. . . . Political Science . . . Interfraternity Council, House Presidents ' Coun- cil. Work Day. prom, chrm., Theta Delta Chi, pres. PATRICIA A. CONLEY . . . Milwaukee . . . Applied Art . . . Rosary College . . . Careers Conference. Kappa Alpha Theta. SALLY CONLIN Delta Gamma. Madison WILLIAM M. CONNELL Zoology Wauwatosa Orientation, Marketing. CHARLOTTE J. CONNOR . . . Laona . . . Political Science . . . Smith College . . . Delta Gamma. DELBERT J. CONNORS . . . Columbus . . . Agriculture i : , Saddle and Sirloin. Blue Shield . . . Thesis Man and Farmer; 1 Respect Them Both. " ROBERT B. COOK Harvard. 111. . . . Physical Edu- cation . . . W Club, Baseball. Basketball. Student Athletic Boani Chi. ARTHUR J. COOKE , . Plattevllle Electrical Engi- neering Plattevllle State Te lolli • . A.I.E.E., Tau Beta PI Eta Kappa Nu. 112 MARTHA J. COOKE . . . Buffalo, N. Y. Hoofers, International Club. DANIEL R. COOL . . . Manitowoc History CHARLES M. COOLIDGE cal Engineering. Accounting. Clearwater, Fla. . . . Mechani- MARILYN F. COON . . . Madison . . . Social Work . . . Charity Ball, Union Dance Com., Married Students Com.. Orientation. Alpha Chi Omega. BARBARA A. COOPER . . . Rice Lake . . . Occupational Therapy . . . Symphony Orchestra, Occupational Therapy Club. ALICE COOPER-SMITH . . . Forest Hills, N. Y. Work . . . Orientation, Union House Com. Social MYRON J. COPLAN Milwaukee Accounting. FRANK J. CORDERO . . . New York, N. Y. . . . English . . . Haresfoot, Spanish Club, Spanish Fiesta, Pershing Rifles, Sigma Delta Pi, Delta Chi. JEROME R. CORNFIELD . . . Milwaukee . . . Medical Science . . . Milwaukee Extension . . . International Club, Hillel. GcbpuA. JuwivaL c uuMuhL . . . GEORGE W. CORNING Madison ROBERT L. CORNWALL . . . Eau Claire Eau Claire State Teachers College. WILLIAM A. CORPE . . . Madison teriology . . . Beloit College. Accounting. Zoology . . . Agricultural Bac- WILLIAM R. CORZILIUS . . Grove City . . . Electrical Engi- neering . . . Oberiin College . . . Eta Kappa Nu, Sigma Phi Epsilon. EDWARD B. COTTRELL . . . Tarpon Springs, Fla . . . Applied Mathematics and Mechanics . . . Sigma Phi Epsilon. ROBERT L. COURNOYER JANET P. COURTNEY Chippewa Falls Market - Kenosha . Sociology. THOMAS A. COX . . . West Salem . . . Agricultural Engi- neering ... La Crosse State Teachers College . . . American Society of Agricultural Engineers, vice-pres. JACK H. CRABB . . . Whitefish Bay . . . Physical Edu- cation . . . W Club, Football. Track, Sigma Alpha Epsilon. CATHERINE J. CRAIG . . . Janesville . . . Home Eco- nomics . . . Little International Horse Show. Euthenics Club. Wiskits, Charity Ball, Senior Swingout, Orientation, W.S.G.A. Fashion Show, Union Activities Bureau. Kappa Kappa Gamma. HAROLD L. CRAIG . . . Milwaukee . . . Commerce . . . Phi Sigma Delta. JEAN T. CRAIG . . . Chicago, 111. . . . Sociology . . . Y.W.C.A., Orientation. W.S.G.A. Fashion Com.. Delta Delta Delta. 113 PATRICIA L. CRAIG . . Miami Beach. Fla , . . Natural Science . . . Cardinal. Victoria House, sec. Orientation, Hoofers. Pre-Medica. Phi Sigma Sigma. RAYMOND J. CRANDALL . . . Iron River. Mich. . . . Advertising . . . W Club. Boxing. JOHN C. CRAWFORD . . . Madison Cardinal, Football, Sigma Chi. Econ 01 WT THEODORE E. CRAWFORD WauwatOSa . . . Mechani- cal Engineering . . . A.S.M.E.. Instructor of Mechanical Drawing. GEORGE R. CREEDLE . . . Oak Park. 111. . . . Mechanical Engineering . . . Notre Dame ... A Cappella Choir. Society of Automotive Engineers. Haresfoot, M.H.A. Cabinet. M.H.A. Judicial Com.. Tau Beta Pi. Pi Tau Sigma. RUSSELL J. CRETE . . . . . University of Iowa . Muskegon. Mich. . . . Economics . Orientation. Beta Theta Pi. PATRICIA CRISTY . . . Ringwood. 111. . . . Marketing Merchandising . . . Union Workshop Com.. Panhellenic Council. Panhellenic Ball, Alpha Phi. pres. CATHERINE W. CROCKER . . . Cardinal. Coranto. Octopus . Madison . . . Journalism W.S.G.A. Fashion Show. GEORGE T. CRONE Memphis, Tenn. Accounting. QampacabanjcL qh sdad. alL . . . PHYLLIS J. CROSBY . . . Madison . . . Speech . . . Wesley Foundation Student Association. Players. Phi Beta. CHARLES S. CROUSE ing . . . Delta Sigma Pi. JAMES R. CROUSE Engineering. Wisconsin Rapids . . Wisconsin Rapids . . . . Account - Mechanical DENNIS J. CROWLEY . . Rochester, N. Y. . . . Political Science . . . International Relations. Theta Delta Chi. MELVIN W. CROWN Montello Marketing. THOMAS J. CULLEN . . . Madison . . . Speech . . . Boxing. Vets ' Club. University Chorus. International Club. Union Dance Com.. W.H.A., Players. RALPH L. CUMMINGS . Glen Ellyn. 111. . . . Chemical Engineering . . . Indiana University . . . Wisconsin Engineer, A.I.Ch.E., Delta Chi. KENNETH J. CUMMINS . . . Portal. N. D. . . . Mechanical Engineering . . . Minot State College . . . Wisconsin Engi- neer, Badger, Sigma Nu. PATRICIA E. Cunningham . . . Burlington . . , Home Economics Campacabana, Chi Omega. PATRICIA L. CUNNINGHAM Janesville . . . Home Eci nomics . . . W.A.A. Board, Summer Prom Com., A Cap- pella choir. Tudor Singers, CARLETON E. CURRAN SI 111. i Nu. Madison History WILLIAM C. CURRY Kiel Economics. IN ROLLAND C. Engineering. CURTISS . Madison Waukesha ELEANOR M. DAEBEL . . . Union Gallery Com , Prom. ROBERT E. DAEHN . . . Janesville Orientation, Badger Party. Geography Club CRVILLE R. DAHLBERG . . . Mining Club. Racine . Mechanical . Applied Art Geography . . . Mining, Geology LORRAINE C. DAHLKE . . . Wisconsin Rapids . . . Geography . . . Sophomore Honors, Sigma Epsilon Sigma. SHIRLEY M. DAHLKE . . . Princeton . . . Applied Art . . . Union Art Gallery Com., Hoofer Horse Show, Art Students ' League. Sigma Kappa, Sigma Lambda. DOUGLAS D. DAHM . . . Port Washington . . . Accounting — Commerce . . . Phi Eta Sigma, Delta Upsilon. DUANE R. DAHNERT . Engineering . . . A.S.A.E. Neillsville Agricultural BARBARA JANE DALE . . . Rockford. 111. . . . Speech . . . Rockford College . . . Orientation, Panhel Council. Kappa Alpha Theta. QncujuqjVvodtiDVL o£ QhaJuh BalL CYRIL S. DALIN . . . Cardinal. DUDLEY J. DALTON Lawrence College. CHARLOTTE E. DANCE . . . Milwaukee Extension West Allis . . . Political Science . . . . . . Moline. 111. . . . Accounting . . . Wauwatosa . . . Applied Art BERT H. DANNANFELSER . . . Milwaukee . . . Economics . . . University of Oregon. Pasadena Junior College, and Milwaukee Extension. ROBERT H. DARWIN . . . Grand View . . . Economics . . . River Falls State Teachers College. JAMES A. DAVIDSON . . . Waukesha . . . Political Science . . . Marquette . . . Young Republicans, IF Dance, Finance chrm.. I-F Council. Junior Prom, Senior Council, pres., Kappa Sigma. LEWIS E. DAVIDSON . . . Whitewater Lutheran Student Association. English JACK R. DAVIS Madison Agronomy. JANE M. DAVIS . . . Kerhonkson, N. Y. velopment ... St. Lawrence University . Delta. . Child De- Delta Delta MARY DAVIS Racine . . . Economics. JOHN S. DAWSON ... La Crosse . . . Medical Bacteriology ... La Crosse State Teachers College. MARY D. DAWSON . . . Green Bay Y.W.C.A.. Wiskits. Delta Delta Delta. 115 Sociology . BEVERLY DAY . . . Bcloit . . . Occupational Therapy . . . Doiphm, Elizabeth Waters Unit III, vice-pres. HATTIE A. DEBRUIN . . . Racine . . . Physical Medicine . . Special Parts Com., Union Activities Com., War Memo- rial Com., Post-war Planning Com., chrm., War Council. PI . Therapy Club, Alpha Xi Delta. JOHN S. de CANI Temple University. Westville, N. J. . . . Economics . LOIS C. DEE Chippewa Falls English. ROBERT A. DELZELL . . . Sigma Phi. BETTY L. DENNIS . . . Harcum Junior College . . . Stevens Point Bryn Mawr. Penn. Psychology English . . . THOMAS E. De PAUW . . . Kewanee. 111. . . . Electrical Engineering . . . Illinois State Normal . . . Phi Delta Theta. RICHARD H. DEREBEY . . . Chicago, 111. . . . International Relations . . . Cornell College . . . Orientation, Sigma Delta Pi. Sigma Alpha Epsilon . . . Thesis — " Argentina ' s Five Year Plan. " PAUL DERGARABEDIAN . . . Racine . . . Applied Mathe- matics and Mechanics . . . Phi Eta Sigma. Phi Beta Kappa. ShpiA, o( ihsL Jjuma . . . SYLVIA DERGARABEDIAN Racine Economics. KATHLEEN C. DES JARLAIS . . . Menasha . . . Sociology . . . Newman Club, Catholic Daughters. Theta Phi Alpha. AUDREY DESPOT . . . Milwaukee . . . Art Education . . . Milwaukee Extension . . . Prom Decorations, chrm.. Pre- Prom, Sigma Lambda, Pi Lambda Theta. RAYMOND W. DETHART neering . . . Band, A.I.E.E. . Spaita Electrical Engi- DOROTHEA M. DETTMANN . . . Rock Springs . . . Zoology . . . Local Students ' Association. Pre-Med Club. BETTY DEUTSCH . . . Baisley Park. L. I.. N. Y. . . . Political Science . . . Cardinal Board. Theater Board. Players. Residence Halls Political Association. DANIEL B. DEVENDORF . . Madison . . . Chemical Engi- University of Michigan . . . Beta Theta Pi. THOMAS G. DEVINE La Crosse . . . Electrical Engi- neering . . . Missouri Sellout of Mines . . . Theta Kappa phi SELMA B. DEWEY . . . Madison . . . English. CHARLES D. De YOUNG . . . Central Y M CA Co Hali ' ' " i net s . . . History Hoofers, Union Music Com. DELMAR R. DHEIN . Madison . . . Mechi al Engi : ' Pet hn, Rifli s " i Automol ive Bnj I BARBARA A. DIAMOND v S.G.A Milwaukee Enj 116 ELAYNE DIAMOND . . . Oak Park. 111. . . . Sociology . . . Forum Com.. Hoofers. Union Host and Hostess Com.. Shuffle Shop, Red Cross Carnival Com., Alpha Kappa Delta. LORRAINE DIAMOND . . . New York. N. Y. . . . Compara- tive Literature . . . Student Federalists. SYLVIA M. DIBBLE . . . Racine . . . English. GEORGE H. DICK . . . Milwaukee . . . Mechanical Engi- neering . . . Swimming. Society of Automotive Engineers. Pi Tau Sigma. LEO J. DICKERSON . . . Edgerton . . Economics . . . ■ v - j Chi Omega. lxrj CALBERT L. DINGS . . West Allis . . Industrial Man- agement. v 1 RUTH DOBBERPUHL . . . Milwaukee . . . Journalism . . . Coranto, W.S.G.A. Anniversary. Lutheran Student Associa- tion, treas.. Theta Sigma Phi. WALTER H. DODD . . . Evanston, 111 Political Science . . . Union Forum Com.. Freshman Debate Team. Varsity Debate Team. Hesperia Forensic Society, Cardinal, W.H.A., Truax Times. Alpha Phi Omega. DAVID F. DOELLER . . . Dayton. Ohio . . . Electrical Engi- neering . . . Oberlin College . . . H.K.N.. Tau Beta Pi, pres.. Phi Delta Theta, sec. QaAdbuaL h cudtimA. . . . KATHERINE J. DOEPKE . . . Milwaukee . . . Physical Education . . . Milwaukee Extension . . . Physical Edu- cation Club, Orientation, Alpha Xi Delta. MARY A. DOLL . . . Prairie du Sac . . . English . . . George Washington University . . . Union News Bureau, Cardinal, Union News Asst. Editor, Chi Omega. MARY W. DOLL . . . Milwaukee . . . English . . . Union Music Com.. Canteen Com., Navy Tours Com., Gamma Phi Beta. WILLIAM A. DOMANN . . . . Marquette University. Menomonee Fails Zoology PETER P. DONIS . . . Madison . . . Accounting . . . Sopho- more High Honors, Knapp Scholarship Award, Phi Eta Sigma, Beta Gamma Sigma. Beta Alpha Psi. DAVID S. DONNELLAN . . . Varsity Football. Eau Claire Economics HARRY P. DONNER JAMES J. DOOHAN . . . Octopus. Hoofers. . Madison . . . Pharmacy. Washington, D. C. . . . Journalism ROBERT F. DOPKINS . . . Galesville . . . Political Science . . . River Falls State Teachers College. ANTON DORFMUELLER, JR. . . . REGINA D. DORMAN . . . Madison International Relations Club. RUTH E. DORN . Boston, Mass. 117 Youngstown. Ohio. . . . Public Health Psychology. WALLACE C. doud . Milwaukee . . Accounting . . . Iowa Stai. . . . Chamberlin House, pres.. Orients linn. Election chrm., I-F Council. Fraternity Buyers ' Co-op, Student Government Emphasis Week. Sigma Phi Epsilon DAVID H. DRAVES . . . Milwaukee . . . History . . . Fresh- man Crew. Phi Eta Sigma. MARK C. DRAVES Fori Atkinson . . . Accounting Whitewater State Teach. ge . . . Beta Alpha Psi. FREDERICK C. DREHER . . . Chippewa Falls . . . Civil Engineering . . . University of Santa Clara . . . Wis. Alumni rch Foundation . . . Thesis — " Discharge of Orifices in End of Pipes Under Low Heads. " CHARLES A. DREKMEIER . . . Beloit . . . International Relations . . . Living Conditions Com.. Union House Com.. Internationa] Relations Com.. U.S.A. Regional International Commission. Student Board Administrative Council, Band, Delta Chi . . . Thesis— " State Capitalism. " ROGER J. DREW Rothschild . . . Zoology. DAVID S. DREWRY . . . Marinette Freshman Football. Chi Phi. MARY DRINKER lence College. HOWARD W. DRIVER Engineering. . Agronomy . . . Baraboo . . Accounting . . . Law- Union Grove . . . Electrical U-OfluAdcA, Stat cA, TftadoD L, MARVIN DROTMAN ... Los Angeles. Calif. . . . Chemical Engineering . . . Marquette . . . Hillel, A.I.Ch.E. AUDREY R. DUCKERT . . . Cottage Grove . . . German . . . German Club, sec, German Relief Drive. CHARLOTTE A. DUFF . . . Madison . . . Physical Edu- cation . . . Phy. Ed. Club, vice-pres.. Orientation. Outing Club, W.A.A. Board, pres. MARY J. DUFFEE . . . Madison Physical Therapy Club, treas. Physical Medicine . MARIE A. DUFFY . . . Kenosha . . . Social Work . . . Social Work Club, W.S.G.A., Campus Community Chest. Orientation, Alpha Xi Delta. GERALD R. DUNPHY . . . W.H.A. Milwaukee Radio- Journal ism FOSTER W. DUNWIDDIE . . . Port Washington . . . Civil Engineering . . . Band. Chorus. A.S.C.E.. Chi Epsilon . . . Thesis - " Design of a Reinforced Concrete Warehouse. " DONALD C. DURANSO . . Hurley . . . Commerce . . . Band, Newman Club. Holy Name Society, vice-pres. STANLEY C. Du ROSE. JR. . Madison . . . Mechanical Engineering . . . Hoofers. Ski Team. ROBERT B. DUSTRUDE Hailland . . . Mining Engi- i coring . . . Tri-State College ■ . Mining Club. pres. SHERMAN L. DUTCH . Football Manager, W Club Madison . . . Accounting RICHARD C. Du VALL Volaiul. Call! . . Mechanical Engineering . . . N.R.OT.C. St. Francis House Cabinet. A.S.M.E.. sec. lis MARY E. DYER . . . Alpha Phi. Kenosha Sociology Denison JOAN L. EAKINS . . . Evanslon. 111. . . . Applied Art . . . Southern Seminary Jr. College . . . W.S.G.A. Style Show, Prom Decoration Com., Kappa Alpha Theta. DAVID H. EARLE . . . Wauwatosa . . . Electrical Engi- neering . . . A.I.E.E., Phi Eta Sigma, Tau Beta Pi, Eta Kappa Nu. BETH J. EARLEYWINE . . . Brodhead . . . Spanish . . . Sigma Delta Pi. Pi Lambda Theta. RALPH D. EBBOTT . . . Edgerton . . . Accounting . . . Concert Band, Orchestra, Union Directorate. Union Music Com., Orientation, Sophomore High Honors, Phi Eta Sigma, treas., Sigma Delta Pi. treas., Sigma Alpha Epsilon. MILDRED EBER Mills College. Rochester. N. Y. Economics HAROLD EBERHARDT . . . Two Rivers . . . Economics . . . Badger. Track. Football. Student Board. Union Council, Summer Board, Wisconsin Men ' s Association, pres.. Beta Theta Pi. ALBERT R. EBI . . Beaver Dam . . . Mechanical Engi- neering . . . University of Virginia . . . Student Board. Union Council, Orientation, W.I. P.O.. chrm.. Recognitions Com.. Pi Tau Sigma, Tau Beta Pi. CHARLOTTE M. ECKES . . . Marshfield . . . Physical Education . . . W.A.A., Outing Club, Physical Education Club. Qvl (p)w . ftoq hA, ' (BddL . . . MARILYN M. EDDY . . . Madison . . . Speech . . . North- western University . . . Players, W.H.A. Players, Alpha Phi. JEROME L. EDELSTEIN . . . Milwaukee Extension. Milwaukee . . . Marketing JAMES B. EDWARDS . . . Madison Platteville State Teachers College . . ography of Cascara Sagrada. " . . Pharmacy . . . . Thesis— " A Bibli- MARCELLAINE EDWARDS . . . Eau Claire . . . Sociology . . . Milwaukee State Teachers College. MARILYN M. EDWARDS . . . Woodworth . . . Art Edu- cation . . . Wesley Players, Art Students ' League, Union Commons Com. DORIS M. EFRAM Milwaukee Extension. Milwaukee Mathematics . . . JAMES F. EGAN versity of Michigan Milwaukee . . . Commerce . . . Rifle Team. Uni- BETTY J. EGE . . . Cleveland. Ohio . . . English . . . Y.W.C.A., W.S.G.A. Fashion Show, Players, Orientation, Sigma Lambda, Alpha Gamma Delta. MARGIE EGELAND International Club. Sturgeon Bay English ROSEMARY G. EHL . . . Sauk City . . . Chemistry . . . Sigma Epsilon Sigma. Pi Lambda Theta, Phi Beta Kappa. IRVING EISENBERG . . . Superior Superior State Teachers College. Accounting . ELIZABETH M. EISENMAN . . . Wausau . . . History . . . Wiskits, chrm.. Elections, Union House Com.. French Club, Newman Club. Phi Beta Kappa, Pi Lambda Theta. 119 ELAINE R. EISENSTEIN . Chicago, 111. . . . Elections, Homecoming, Danskeller. SAMUEL S. ELICE Engineering Brooklyn, N. Y. Sociology Electrical J. DOUGLAS ELLIOTT . . . Evansville . . . Journalism . . . Cardinal. Spanish Fiesta. Orientation, Work Day. Wisconsin Veterans. EARL ELMAN Chicago, ill. B. LOUISE ELVIS . . . Medford . . . Applied Art . . . Milwaukee-Downer College . . . Style Show, Union Com., Pythia, Home Economics Style Show, Orientation. LUDGARD A. EMELITY . . . West Allis . . . Civil Engi- neering . . . A.S.C.E.. Theta Tau . . . Thesis— " A Survey of the Sewage Treatment Plant and Receiving Stream at Williams Bay. Wisconsin. " DAVID B. EMMERT ... La Crosse La Crosse State Teachers College . . . . Accounting . Beta Alpha Psi. CHARLES J. ENGBERG matics . . . Reed College Racine . . . Physics. Mathe- Wesley Foundation. CARYL M. ENGE Central College . . tation, Delta Zeta. . . Sauk City . . . English . . . North W.S.G.A., Meier Lodge, pres., Orien- J £woJuJbL (DwiL o Slud ntSu, OLAF H. ENGEBRETSON Institutions. DONALD L. ENGEN . . . . . . Sophomore Honors. . . . Madison Blanchardville . WILLARD V. ERDMAN . . . Manitowoc Lawrence College . . . Beta Theta Pi. . . . American . . Accounting Commerce . . . ROBERT M. ERFFMEYER . . . Milwaukee . . . Economics . . . Western Michigan College . . . Military Ball, chrm.. Scabbard and Blade. Delta Tau Delta. VIOLET L. ERGANG . . Milwaukee . . . Speech Educa- tion . . . Valparaiso University . . . International Club. Varsity Debate Squad, Pi Lambda Theta. DOROTHY M. ERICKSON . . . Madison . . . Political Science . . . Local Students ' Assn., Orientation. Senior Swingout, Badger, Kappa Delta. MILTON E. ERICKSON . . . Racine . . . Agricultural Engi- neering . . . Lutheran Student Assn.. pres.. American Society of Agricultural Engineers, Freshman and Sophomore Honors . . . Thesis— " Compari on oi Various Types of Milking Par- lors Under Wisconsin Conditions. " WALTER A. ERICKSON ... La Crosse . . . Accounting . . . La Cro i Stat Teachei College . . . Alpha Kappa Psi. WILLIAM R. ERICKSON Madison . . . Chemical Engi- neering . . . Gustavus Adolphus College . , . N.R.OTC WILLIAM ESCH Wauwatosa . . . Geology and Eco Icb . . . Sigma Nu. FLOYD J. ESCHE . . . Manawa . . . Journalism . . . M H p R O M U do Istma Cotillion, pub chrm . Phi BEVERLY C. ETHUN . Madison . . . Speech . . . Norse Club, [ntei national Club, Phi Bel i :u FLORENCE G. EVANS . . . Wausau . . . Sociology . . . Kappa Kappa Gamma. JANE EVANS . . . Oshkosh . . . Economics . . . Orientation, Pythia, Elizabeth Waters Hall, treas.. Union Dance Com., Student Board. GEORGE F. EVERSON American Legion. Li ' di Accounting PATRICIA A. EWEN . . . Wauwatosa . . . Anthropology . . Milwaukee-Downer College . . . Badger, Players, Hoofers, Wiskits. International Relations. Delta Zeta. MARGARET FAAST . Stephens College. Eau Claire . Economics . HERBERT G. FABER . . . Madison . . . Light Building Industry . . . Wisconsin Lumbermen ' s Scholarship. WAYNE S. FAGAN . . . Nekoosa . . . Accounting . . . Truax Political Assn., Beta Gamma Sigma. Phi Eta Sigma. ALONZO J. FAIRBANKS. JR. . . . St. Louis, Mo. . . . Elec- trical Engineering . . . Oberlin College . . . Civil Rights Com., Wayland Club, Eta Kappa Nu, Tau Beta Pi. RALPH C. FALCONER . . . Brainerd. Minn. . . . Electrical Engineering . . . W Club. Crew, Beta Theta Pi. jLl 9WIL, Swwsuj (pJwvjLdu. n JESSIE C. FALGE . . . Anderson, Ind. . . . Child Develop- ment . . . Y.W.C.A., Presbyterian Student Center, Alpha Phi. ARTHUR F. FALK . . . Phlox . . . Electrical Engineering . . . A.I.E.E.. pres.. Polygon Board, treas., Kappa Eta Kappa. RICHARD H. FALLS . . . River Forest, 111. . . . Poultry Husbandry . . . Basketball. Psi Upsilon. EDWARD L. FALSTAD . . . Rice Lake Golf, Basketball, Orientation. History ROBERT C. FARNSWORTH . . . Marinette . . . Chemical Engineering . . . Crew. W Club. N.R.O.T.C, A.I.E.E., Phi Eta Sigma, Eta Kappa Nu, Tau Beta Pi. Phi Kappa Phi, Beta Theta Pi. CARLYLE W. FAY Engineering. Minneapolis. Minn. Electrical DONALD E. FEATHER . . . Waukesha . . . Metallurgical Engineering . . . Mining Club, Polygon Board, A.I.M.E.. A.S.M. DORIS N. FEHL . . . Wausau . . . Child Development . . . Y.W.C.A.. Euthenics. MILTON FEIFER . . . Jersey City, N. J. Pre-Medica. DAVID FELDMAN . . . Cardinal. Newark. N. J. ZlMll!.g Political Science DAVID D. FELL . . . Clearwater . . . Electrical Engineering . . . Oberlin College . . . A.I.E.E.. Eta Kappa Nu. Tau Beta Pi. RUTH FELSENTHAL Chicago, 111. 121 Art Education. CONSTANCE L. FELTON . . . Brooklyn College. Idyn, N v LAVERN L. FELTS . . . Tilleda . . . Animal Husbandry . . . Saddle and Sirloin. Baseball. Livestock Judging Team. Little International, Alpha Zeta. Delta Theta Sigma. DANIEL R. FEMAL . . . Appleton . . . Economics Com., Veterans ' Club. Sigma Phi Epsilon. Union HOWARD R. FERGOT Engineering. W.nit ' ima Mechanical JOAN FERRIS . . . Waban, Mass. . . . Psychology . . . Smith College . . . Hoofers, Vanguard, Horse Show Com., Intel n ii ii ' iuil Club. ROBERT G. FERRIS . . . Madison more Honors. Phi Eta Sigma. History Sopho- HELEN M. FETT . . . Plymouth . . . Chemistry . . . Sigma Epsilon Sigma . . . Thesis — " Chromatography of Food Color- ing. " JAMES T. FETZER . . . Reedsville . . . Iowa State College. JAMES P. FICHTEN . Madison . . . . Lambda Chi Alpha. . Civil Engineering Oklahoma A. M. jfTrnk ' l 5-- " a (ptoLtJufardtiaL yjuvc; FRANK D. FIEDLER Milwaukee Extension Milwaukee . . . Accounting . . . Concert Band, Delta Sigma Pi. ALLEN H. FILBEY . . . Fond du Lac . . . Chemistry . . . Northwestern University . . . Alpha Chi Sigma. CAROL J. FILTER . . . Milwaukee . . . Clothing and Tex- tiles . . . Milwaukee-Downer. MARCELLA E. FINEGAN DEAN E. FINKE . . . Mount Horeb Economics. BARBARA FINKELSTEIN . . . Chicago, 111. . . . English . . . House Presidents ' Council, Hillel Council. Elections. W.S.G.A., Homecoming, Community Chest. Red Cross Ball. Lake Lawn House, pies. L. DEWEY FISCHER . . . Waterlpn . . . Comparative Litera- ture . . . Athena, Wesley Foundation. PATRICIA J. FISCHER . . . Milwaukee . . . French . . . MacMurray College . . . P layers. French Club. WILLIAM R. FISCHER Wisconsin Rapids . Agronomy. PHYLLIS J. FISCHER . Lake Mills Women ' s Chorus. Mixed Chorus philip fisher Chicago, 111. mint . . . University of Iowa, Sociology Industrial Manage MARY L. fishman Dayton, Ohio . . . Institutional Management . . . Winter Carnival, Union Dance Com.. Union Commons Com.. Coder Hour, Hooters Publicity clirni . Sad Sack Shuffle, Sigma Kappa 12 n ,!s lk MORRIS FIXLER . . . Bronx, N. Y. . . . Psychology . . . City College of New York. LAVERNE L. FLEEGE . . . Cuba City . . . Electrical Engi- neering . . . A.I.E.E., Orientation, N.R.O.T.C, Sigma Phi Epsilon. PAUL I. FLEMING . . . Eau Claire . . Political Science . . Emory and Henry College . . . Phi Delta Theta. GORDON J. FLESCH Madison Maiketing. MARTHA J. FLETCHER ... El Paso, Texas . . . English . . Orientation, Kickoff Dance. Red Cross. Zela Tau Alpha. WARREN D. FLETCHER . . . Gilman House, treas. Milwaukee . Accounting GLADYS C. FLORY Education. Waukesha Home Economics ROBERT W. FLUGUM . . . Madison . . . Electrical Engi- neering . . . A.I.E.E.. Hoofers, Eta Kappa Nu. EDWARD H. FOLEY . . . Belvidere, 111. . . . Mechanical Engineering . . . Miami University and Dartmouth . . . Orientation, A.S.M.E., Society of Automotive Engineers, Sigma Alpha Epsilon. J (DdL ami J asj£ Gaawwl fio JtA. tt GERALD M. FOLEY . . . Veterans ' Club. Maynard, Mass. Commerce WILLIAM E. FOLTS . . . Beloit . . . Civil Engireering . . St. Ambrose College . . . A.S.C.E.. R O.T.C. . . . Thesis- " A Unit Hydrograph Study of the Rib River. " ROBERT F. FOMBERG . . . Eau Claire Young Republicans, Bradford Club. Economics ROSE M. FORD . . . Janesville ... Ait Education . . . Edgewood Jr. College . . . Orientation, Senior Swingout, Newman Club Social chrm.. Catholic Daughte.s, Sigma Lambda, Pi Lambda Theta. BUSY ANN FORDYCE Marshfield Social Work. JOHN L. FORREST . . . Lakewood. Ohio . . . Mechanical Engineering . . . Oberlin Colege . . . Tau Beta Pi, Pi Tau Sigma, Phi Delta Theta. VERNON W. FORSMAN . . Pre-Medica, Wayland Club. Rhinelander Zoology MAYNARD A. FOSBERG . . . Turlock. Calif. . . . Soil Conservation . . . Modesto Junior College . . . Saddle and Sirloin, Wisconsin Country Magazine, Blue Shield. Alpha Gamma Rho. MARY LOU FOSSHAGE . . . Mount Horeb . . . Sociology . . . Orientation. Alpha Kappa Delta, Sigma Epsilon Sigma, Alpha Gamma Delta. LOIS A. FOSSUM Cambridge Journalism. ARNE FOTLAND . . . Valen. Sunnhordland. Norway . . . Mechanical Engineering . . . Bergen Technical School. Nor- way . . . A.S.M.E., Society of Automotive Engineers. DAVID H. FOUNTAIN . . . Lockpoit. N. Y. 123 Accounting. mA OSMON C. FOX. JR. . . . Madison . . . Chemical Engineer- ing . . . Pershing Rifles, Scabbard and Blade. Alpha Delta Phi. JOAN A. FRANKEL Forest Hills, N. Y. . . . Sociology . . . Campacabana, At Ease. LOIS F. FRANKENBUSH . . Chicago, 111. . . . Sociology . . . Union Activities Bureau. Victoria House, pies. JAMES L. FRANZ ... La Crosse . Virginia Polytechnical Institute. RICHARD P. FRANZ . Milwaukee . Union Dance Com.. Alpha Tau On MARSHALL G. FRAUTSCHY Accounting. Accounting Accounting Orangeville. 111. . DAN FREDIANI . . . Lake Geneva . . . Accounting M.H.A. Cabinet, W.H.A. Players, Delta Sigma. MARY C. FREEMAN . . . Wausau . . . Barat College . . . Alpha Phi. Child Development KENNETH J. FREIBERG . . . Akron. Ohio . . . Food In- dustry . . . University of Akron . . . Phi Eta Sigma. Alpha Zeta. " SiXJudsUflt (BocUuL fljlCAAQA • • ROBERT E. FREIMUND . . . Wisconsin Rapids . . . Dairy Husbandry . . . Babcock Club. VIRGINIA FREUND . . . McFarland . . . Speech Correction . . Union Dance Com., Badger Beauty, Castalia, Orien- tation. Forensic Board. Zeta Phi Eta, Alpha Chi Omega. TOM A. FREY German Club. Wausau Economics Hoofers, HARVEY J. FRIED . . . Kansas City. Mo. . . . Economics . . . Crew. Rifle Team. Alpha Phi Omega, Zeta Beta Tau. BERNADETTE F. FRIEDELL . . . Coranto, Theta Sigma Phi. Edgerton Journalism EMY E. FRIEDMAN . . . Chicago, 111. . . . Radio Speech . . . Hillel. W.S.G.A., Union Entertainment Com., Homecoming. Community Chest, Red Cross Ball, Elections. W.H.A. SELMA H. FRIEDMAN Spanish Club. W.S.G.A. SHELDON FRIEDMAN Milwaukee Extension . Chicago, 111. Milwaukee . . . Spanish Economics GEORGINE B. FROEHLICH . . . Sheboygan . . . Child Development . . . MacMurray College . . . Euthenics, W.S.G.A.. Alpha Gamma Delta WALTER A. FROME . . Black Earth Accounting Yale . . . Beta Alpha P RUTH E. FROST Kappa Delta. ARTHUR FRUMKIN . . MJlwaul ■ Milwaukee Stale Teachers College. 124 0, III. . . . Sociology . . . Alpha Joui nalism . . . PERRY A. FRY . . . Newton, N. C. . . . Electrical Engi- neering ... St. Ambrose College . . . Lutheran Student Association. N.R.O.T.C. A.I.E.E., Eta Kappa Nu. Tau Beta Pi. FLORENCE A. FRYE Howard Univeisity . • . . Evanston, 111. . Delta Sigma Theta. MARJORIE FULLER . . Lake Geneva . . University Chorus, Union Theater Com., Sigma, Sigma Kappa. Zoology Chemistry . . . Sigma Epsilon •MARJORIE T. FULLERTON . . . Cleveland Heights, Ohio . . . Journalism . . . Orientation, Work Day, Alpha Chi Omega. ROBERT A. FUTTERMAN . . . Yonkers, N. Y. . . . American Institutions . . . Orientation. I-F Council, Phi Sigma Delta. ROLAND GAEDKE . . . Manitowoc . . . Chemistry . . . Thesis — " Fermentation of Wood Sugars to Produce 2,3 — Butylene Clycol. " THADDUS D. GABER . . . Niagara. Waukesha . . . Sociology . . . Alpha JOHN R. GAGNON Kappa Delta. ELAINE A. GALLAGHER ment. Madison Child Develop- dctio Ljto OjuaL diamm Mki 99 DONALD M. GALLENBERGER istry. Manitowoc . . . Chem- NINA S. GALLIN . . . Milwaukee . . . Psychology . . . Butler University . . . Hillel, I.A.F.A., Community Chest. GILBERT J. GAPP . . . Milwaukee . . . Animal Husbandry . . . Senior Livestock Judging Team. Saddle and Sirloin Club, Alpha Gamma Rho. JANE V. GARBE . . . Franklinsville . . . 4-H Club, Blue Shield. Home Economics RICHARD L. GARBER . . . Prescott . . . Electrical Engi- neering . . . Wesley Foundation, Freshman Honors, Sopho- more Honors, Band. A.I.E.E., Phi Eta Sigma, Kappa Eta Kappa, Eta Kappa Nu. JUNE L. GARFINKEL Chicago, 111. Applied Art CARL R. GARNY Sigma. Milwaukee Zoology Kappa MARIAM V. GAROUGIAN . . . Racine . . . English-French . . . French Club. Sigma Epsilon Sigma, Pi Lambda Theta. ROSCOE H. GARRETT . . . West Allis . . . Electrical Engi- neering . . . Milwaukee Extension . . . Veterans ' Club. FRANCES D. GARROW . . . Concert Band. Sturgeon Bay Commerce PHYLLIS M. GARSIDE . . . Waukesha . . . Home Economics Education . . . Wesley Foundation, Euthenics Club, 4-H Club, Blue Shield, Wisconsin Country Magazine. JAMES R. GARVEY . . . Ferryville . . . Banking ... La Crosse Stale Teachers College. 125 and Finance THOMAS J. GARVEY . . . Seneca cation . . . F.F.A.. treas., 4 il Club. Agricultural Edu- MARJORIE J. GASSER Plain Sociology . . . A.V.C. Zoology . . . Mil- JUNE R. GAULKE waukee Extension. JEAN E. gebhardt . . . Racine . . . Physical Education . . . Lawrence College . . . W.A.A.. Physical Education Club. pres., Dolphin Club. Adams Hall, pies. ROBERT H. GEFFS Law . . . The Citadel i ville . . . European History — . Student Board. Theta Delta Chi. FAYE D. GEHRKE . . Sheboygan . . . Occupational Therapy . . . O. T. Club. Orientation. CAROL J. GEIER JOYCE M. GEIGEL Mixed Chorus. Madison . . . Psychology. . Monroe . . . Home Economics KARLA A. GEIGER . . . Chicago. 111. . . . Home Economics . . . North Park Junior College . . . Wiskits. Delta Deita Delta. M " MW dULL ii fisjaL . . . IT 3 RALPH C. GEIGNER . . . Milwaukee . . . Mechanical Engi- neering . . . Milwaukee Extension . . . A.S.M.E., Society of Automotive Engineers. SEYMOUR GELFANT . . . Adelphi College. Brooklyn, N. Y. Zoology JOHN E. GEMLO . . . Madison . . . Electrical Engineering . . . University of Minnesota . . . A.I.E.E.. Kappa Eta Kappa, vice-pres.. Eta Kappa Nu. Tau Beta Pi. CHARLES GERMAN . . Milwaukee . . . Commerce . . . Milwaukee State Teachers College . . . Camera Club. Alpha Delta Sigma. CHARLES R. GERMER . . . Oshkosh . . . Accounting . . . Oshkosh Slate Teachers College . . . Phi Beta Kappa. Beta Gamma Sigma, Beta Alpha Psi. LOIS C. GERNHARDT . . . Des Plaines. 111. . . . Speech . . . Playeis, Union Theater Com., Gamma Phi Beta. ANN E. GERRARD . . . . . . Rosary College. DELBERT C. GETMAN WILLIAM A. GETURE La Crosse . . . Child Development . . . MadiMin . . . Economics. HARRIET J. GIBBON Dodgeville . . . Dietetics. nelda J. GIBBS . . plainfleld Home Economics. Ronald M. GIBLIN . , . Madison . . . Marketing . , . Men ' s Glee Club, Haresfoot, Orientation, Junior Prom, win- tei Carnival, Pre-Prom, Union Dance Coin.. Union House Com . Work Day, Theta Delta Chi. 126 JOAN P. GIESE . . Milwaukee . . . History national Relations Com.. Student Board. Inter- GLORIA G. GILBERG . . . New York. N. Y. . . . Psychology . . . Hunter College . . . Union Dance Com., Shuffle Shop, Orientation, Alpha Epsilon Phi. LAWRENCE T. GILES . . . Madison . . . Medicine . . . Pershing Rifles, German Club, Hoofers, Players. Literary Preview. Phi Eta Sigma. BARBARA J. GILL . . . Wichita, Kansas . . . Commerce . . . Student Board, Campus Projects Com. chrm.. Charity Ball chrm., Sigma Epsilon Sigma. Phi Chi Theta, Beta Gamma Sigma, Kappa Alpha Theta. pres. MARGARET E. GILL . . . Milwaukee . . . Zoology . . . Milwaukee Extension . . . Union Commons Com. DONALD J. GILLEN . . McCook, Nebr. . . . Electrical Engineering . . . Peru State Teachers College . . . Baseball. A.I.E.E. MORRISON M. GILLET . . . Evanston, 111. . . . Mechanical Engineering . . . University Band. A.S.M.E., Sigma Nu. JOHN GILMAN . . . Chester, Penn. . . . Economics . . . A.V.C., P.C.A.. Student Board. National Student Association, Regional Convention N.S.A.. Civil Rights Organization. VIVIAN R. GINSBERG . . . Madison . . . Speech . . . W.H.A. Players. Players, Union Theater Com., German Plays, Phi Beta, Alpha Epsilon Phi. £xpscL 12,500 Vkxl. JalL ft New York. N. Y. Economics LEO GINSBURG City College. BRYARD L. GIROULX . . . Wausau . . . Zoology . . . Delta Upsilon. GLORIA J. GLANDER . . . Manitowoc . . . Related Art . . . Student Board. W.S.G.A. Anniversary chrm.. Agricultural Council. Blue Jean Queen. Castalia, Orientation, Phi Upsi- lon Omicron, Alpha Phi. . Sociology Union Aca- LAWRENCE A. GLASSCO . . . Janesville . . . Rhode Island State Teachers College . demic Relations Com.. Social Work Club. JUDITH GLICKSTEIN . . . Boston . . . English . . . Shore- land House, treas., N.S.A.. Union Entertainment Com., Hillel. Women ' s Independent House Formal. OWEN GLISSENDORF . . . Madison . . . Agricultural Jour- nalism . . . Country Magazine, Blue Shield, 4-H Club. Fresh- man Oratory Contest. Boxing. DOROTHY J. GODFREY . . . Waupaca . . . Home Economics Lawrence College . . . Homecoming. Blue Shield. PATRICIA M. GODFREY . . . Madison . . . Home Eco- nomics Education . . . Home Economics Christmas Fair gen. chrm.. Agricultural Student Council, Blue Shield. Mortar Beard, Phi Kappa Phi. Phi Upsilon Omicron, pres., Epsilon Sigma. Omicron Nu. JEANETTE E. GOETZ . . . Racine . . . Sociology . . Forest Ccllege . . . Badger Club, Wiskits, W.S.G.A., Crchesis. I Sigma . Lake Junior GERHARD A. GOHLKE . . . Neshkoro . . . Chemical Engi- neering . . . Phi Eta Sigma. A.I.Ch.E.. Tau Beta Pi. Alpha Chi Sigma. CARL W. GOLDBECK . . . Appleton . . . Mechanical Engi- neering . . . Badger. Summer Prom. chrm.. Union Dark- rcom Com., chrm.. Sad Sack Shuffle, chrm., Haresfoot Follies, Orientation, Outstanding Junior Man Award, Society of Automotive Engineers, Phi Eta Sigma, Tau Beta Pi, Pi Tau Sigma. IRA GOLDBERG . . . New York, N. Y. . . . Accounting. 127 KALMAN GOLDBERG . . New York, N. Y. . . . Labor mics ... St. John ' s . . . Union Forum Com., chrm.. Union Directorate, Union Trends Com.. Players. Union H use Com.. Orientation. A.V.C. RONA GOLDWASSER . . . Chicago. 111. . . . American Insti- tutions . • . Union Music Com.. Alpha Epsilon Phi. RKODA GOLLAY . . . Chicago. 111. . . . Psychology . . . Northwestern University . . . Hostesses. Union House Com., Union Trends Com.. Orientation, Union Activities Bu eau. Sigma Delta Pi. PHYLLIS GOMBINER BERNICE E. GOODMAN can Institutions — Philosophy. GERALD S. GOODMAN Chicago. 111. . . . Long Beach. N. Y. Milwaukee . . . JAMES F. GOODRICH . . . Wisconsin Rapids tion ... La Crosse State Teachers College . . Omega. . , . Ameri- Accounting. . . Recrea- Alpha Phi NATHAN S. GOODWIN Milwaukee Commerce. EDITH B. GOOMNITZ . . . New York. N. Y. . . . Dance . . . Hunter College . . . Orientation. Dover House, pres.. Orche- sis. P. E. Board, Union Activities Bureau. Senior Swingout. Union Theater Com.. Fashion Show. Alpha Epsilon Phi. " (BadqsilL. OUlaqsL, Jjumol . . . WESLEY J. GORDER . . . Waterloo . . . B. S. General . . . Marquette. BEVERLY GORDON . . . Jackson, Miss. . . . Political Science . . . Senior Swingout, Orientation, Shuffle Shop, Union Dance Com., sec. Alpha Sigma Phi. PAULINE GORENSTEIN ... St. Louis, Mo. . . . Art Edu- cation . . . Union Dance Com.. Orientation. W.S.G.A. Fashion Show. 1948 Fashion Show, gen. chrm.. Phi Sigma Sigma. Electrical Engi- A.I.E.E., Kappa RAY F. GOTTSACKER . . . Sheboygan . neering . . . Louisiana State University . Eta Kappa. WILLIAM H. GOTTSCHALK . . . Milwaukee . . . Mechani- cal Engineering . . . Wisconsin Engineer, bus. mgr., circ. mgr., A.S.M.E.. M.E.S.W. HENRY GRABOWSKI . . . Coleman . . . Chemical Engi- ne . . Oshkosh State Teachers College. SYLVIA A. GRAF . . . Madison . . . Home Economics . . . W.S.G.A. Fashion Show, Local Students ' Association, Noise Club. FLORINE G. GRANDINE . . . Green Bav ilogy . . . Alpha Delta Theta. Medical LUCILLE GRANOVSKY . . . Croton-oii-Hudson, N. Y. Sociology . . . Orientation, Social Relation; Com. POLLY M. GRANUM Ca talis Alpha Xi Delta. Occupa ional Therapj NICHOLAS GRAPSAS Madison W II A GERTRUDE GREEN , . . Bu apy Universit y of Bi il Club. N Y. . . , Oct i . . Occupai ional Therapy LUCY R. GREEN . . . Chicago. 111. . . . Psychology . . . Wiscetiquette Assistant Editor. Women ' s Independent House Formal. Badger Photography Editor, Danskeller, sec, Orien- tation. Sophomore Honors, Psi Chi. sec. Sigma Epsilon Sigma. LENORE S. GREENBURG . . . Forest Hills. NY... Physi- cal Education . . . Villa Maria, pres., W.S.G.A. 50th Anni- versary Celebration, Careers Conference, Union Hostess Com.. Calico Prom. Physical Education Club. Sophomore Honors. JOE L. GREMBAN . . . Madison . . . Accounting. LORRAINE T. GRESKO . . . Whiting. Ind. . . . Spanish . . . Forum Com.. International Com.. Spanish Club. International Club. ROBERT G. GRESSMAN . . . Delavan . . . Mechanical Engi- neering . . . Band. Society of Automotive Engineers. MELVIN L. GRIEM . . . Milwaukee . . . Electrical Engi- neering . . . Union Dance Com.. Mat Dance Com., chrm.. Men ' s Halls Radio Club. Sophomore Honors. Orientation, St. Pat ' s Dance. A.I.E.E.. Tau Beta Pi, Eta Kappa Nu. Phi Sigma, Theta Chi. DONALD E. GRIFFIN . . . Tower City, N. D. . . . Chemical Engineering . . . Valley City State Teachers College . . . Alpha Chi Sigma. ROBERT L. GRIFFITH neering. Madison Mechanical Engi- CORINE E. GRIFFITHS . . . Milwaukee . . . Applied Art . . . Community Chest Drive. Campus Community Chest Style Show, W.S.G.A. Summer Style Show. Play Day, Sigma Lambda, Alpha Chi Omega. JfowwtL Opsin, to UsL SiudsmiA. n JOY H. GRIMM . . . Nashotah . . . Merchandising, Home Economics . . . Milwaukee State Teachers College . . . American Legion, Euthenics, Phi Upsilon Omicron, vice-pres. FRANK S. GRISWOLD . . . Green Bay . . . Accounting . . . St. Norbert College . . . Bowling. Volleyball. HARRY S. GRISWOLD . . . Racine . . . Mechanical Engi- neering . . . Scabbard and Blade. Pre-Military Ball. chrm.. Military Ball, Orientation, Phi Eta Sigma, Theta Delta Chi. MARYLIN G. GROMAN . . . Brooklyn, N. Y. . . . Political Science . . . W.H.A.. International Club, Coffee Hour. Union Forum Com. SUE GROMBACHER . . . Chicago. 111. . . . Sociology . . . Shorewood House, pres.. Independent Women ' s House Coun- cil, treas.. Union Theater Com. WALLACE R. GROSSKOPF . . . Shawano . . . Student Co-op Board of Directors. Accounting ELAINE GROSSMAN . . . Milwaukee . . . English . . . W.S.G.A., Elections. Hoofers. Orientation. Community Chest Drive. Work Day. Winter Carnival. Prom. HALE GROVER . . Madison . . . Marketing. WILLIAM E. GROVER . . . Two Rivers . . . Economics. MARLYN GRUBE . . . Tomahawk . . . American Institu- tions . . . Panhellenic Council, Orientation, Gamma Phi Beta. STANLEY F. GRUEN . . Madison . . . Chemical Engi- neering . . . Oberlin College. WILLIAM R. GUELZOW . . . Madison . . . Accounting . . . International Club. Union News Bureau, Married Couples ' Club. Beta Alpha Psi. 129 THOMAS G. GUENTHER Sheboygan Extension. STEPHEN W. GUIGOU . . Wauwatosa Club. Sigma Chi. GENEVIEVE B. GULAN French Club. Sheboygan . . Mathematics . . . Economics . . . Kenosha • . ■ English . . . ELVA A. GUNDERSON . . . Wittenberg . . . Home Eco- nomics Agriculture Council Representative, Euthenics Club. Phi Upsilon Omicron. DAVID E. GUSE . . . Whitehall State Teachers College. Agronomy ... La Crosse RITA J. GWIRTZMAN Brooklyn. N. Y. . . . Child De- velopment . . . Union Music Com.. Hillel. Sigma Epsilon Sigma, Psi Chi. Sigma Delta Pi. WILLIAM A. GYURE . . . Chicago. 111. . . . Electrical Engi- neering . . . Wright Junior College . . . A.I.E.E., Sigma Chi. THORA HAALAND . . . South Milwaukee . . . Occupa- tional Therapy . . . Union Workshop Com., chrm.. Union Directorate. Forensic Board. Occupational Therapy Club, sec. ROBERT L. HACKBARTH Gleason ' Jwl ' ShohtaqsL £oomtu . . . MARY J. HADLEY . . . Madison . . . English . . . Union Dance Com.. At Ease, chrm., Student Board Personnel Corn- Elections, Orientation, sub-chrm.. Senior Council, Pres House, Sigma Epsilon Sigma. Chi Omega. MARY V. HALBMAN . . . Evansville Economics. MARY J. HALL . . . Madison . . . Psychology . . . Milwaukee- Downer College . . . Union House Com.. Orientation. Psi Chi. Alpha Chi Omega, sec. REGINALD P. HALL Reedsburg Economics. CLARENCE A. HALLA . . . Clintonville . . . Chemical Engineering . . . Tau Beta Pi. DONALD P. HALLADA Antigo . . . Chemistry. . . American Insti- DANIEL M. HAMERS . . . Madison tutions . . . Vanguard, chrm. WARREN H. HAMILTON Langford. S. D. . . . Agronomy. ROBERT W. HAMMEL . . . Prairie du Chien . . . Pharmacy . . . Boxing. Wisconsin Student Pharmaceutical Association. Phi Ela Sigma. Rho Chi, Kappa Psi. Sigma Alpha Epsilon . . . Thesis— " EfTect of pH on the Antiseptic Activity of Oint- ments. " WILLIAM S. HAMMERSLEY. JR. Pharmacy. Lake Geneva . . . BARBARA W. HAMMOND ManitOWOC History . . . Universitj oi Texas . . I ' i i Activities Bureau. Orien- tation. Gamma Phi Beta. PHYLLIS B. HAMMOND . . . Manitowoc History . . . University of Texas Gamma Phi Beta 130 CAROL E. HAMRE Lawrence College . . ROBERT W. HANNAS M.H.A. Workshop, pres. . Berlin . . . Child Development Home Economics Club. Green Bay . . . Economics NANCY L. HANSCHMAN . . . Wauwatosa . . . Spanish . . . Clarke College . . . W.S.G.A. Style Show, chrm.. Coffee Hours, chrm.. Orientation, Homecoming, Wiskits. Union Trends Com., chrm.. Pi Lambda Theta, Kappa Kappa Gamma. AUDREY J. HANSEN . . . Alpha Chi Omega. Racine . . . Child Development DIANA D. HANSEN . . Milwaukee . . . Dietetics . . . Home Economics Club. Orientation. Union Dance Corn- Alpha Xi Delta. FREDERICK F. HANSEN . . Milwaukee . . . Electrical Engineering . . . Northwestern Technological Institute . . . Young Republicans, Interfraternity Council. Eta Kappa Nu, Tau Beta Pi, Chi Psi. vice-pres. RICHARD S. HANSEN . . . Sparta . . . Chemistry . . . Band . . . Thesis — " The Biochemical Aspects of the Petroleum Industry. " VERNON J. HANSEN Denmark Natural Science. LAUREN K. HANSON . . . Superior . . . Civil Engineering . . . Mass. Inst, of Tech. and Superior State Teachers College . . . A.S.C.E. . . . Thesis— " A Study of Frost Heaves in Northern Wisconsin. " Ga. (pAjoifL GpphoachsLL. " ALEC F. HARDZINSKI . . . Saddle and Sirloin. Fifield Dairy Husbandry BETTY A. HARKER . . . Madison . . . Chemistry . . Cardinal Associate Editor, Mortar Board, Elections, Campus Community Chest, Sigma Epsilon Sigma, Alpha Xi Delta . . . Thesis — " Sulfuric Acid Manufacture. " MILDRED E. HARKER . . . Platteville . . . Spanish . . . Platteville State Teachers College ... Pi Beta Phi. GRACE E. HARKRADER . . Westfield. N. J. . . . Child Development . . . Hoofers. PHYLLIS J. HARLE . . . Calumet City. 111. . . . English . . . Sophomore Honors, Sigma Delta Pi. Sigma Epsilon Sigma, Chi Omega, pres. CHESTER A. HARLOW . . . Madison Thesis — " Inorganic Chemistry. ' " Chemistry . . . BEVERLY J. HARNER . . . Detroit. Mich. . . . Social Work . . . Y.W.C.A., Union Dance Com.. Paul Bunyan Canteen Com.. Social W ork Club. Alpha Xi Delta. ELISE J. HARNEY Kenosha Physical Education. MARY C. HARNEY . . . Dunkirk. N. Y. . . . English Fredonia State Teachers College . . . Kappa Delta. FREDERICK J. HARRIS Virginia Junior College . JACQUELINE HARRIS JACQUELYN A. HARRIS . . . Durand At Ease Com.. Union Dance Com. . Madison . . . Accounting . . . Beta Alpha Psi. . Cottage Grove . . . Sociology. . Zoology . . . 131 JOHN A. HARROWER, JR. . . . Milwaukee Engineering . . . Milwaukee Extension. Chemical KING C. HARTE . . . Watertown . . . Chemistry . . . Mar- (liu lie University and Lawrence College . . . Sigma Phi . . . I hesis — " Hydrolysis Rates of Acetonated Sugars. " B. CARL HARTMAN . . . Rhinelander . . . American Insti- tutions . . . University of Arizona. HARRIET D. HARVEY . . . Hazel Grove . . . Textile Chemistry . . . Blue Shield. Home Economics Club. ROBERT W. HASSE . . . Menomonie . . . Music Institute . . . Band, Chorus. Phi Eta Sigma. Stout PAUL L. HATLEBERG . . . Madison . . . Mechanical Engi- neering . . . Pershing Rifles. Society of Automotive Engi- neers. M.E.S.W. HERVEY J. HAUSER . . Monroe . . . Agriculture Edu- cation . . . Blue Shield. F.F.A.. 4-H Club. Alpha Zeta. Delta Theta Sigma, sec. RICHARD J. HAUSER . . . West Allis . . . Agriculture Edu- cation ... St. Mary ' s . . . 4-H Club, Blue Shield, Alpha Gamma Rho. JOHN HAUSLADEN Mining Club. Madison Engineering %7- ltf UU) ' ddidu l fisak . . . CHARLES H. HAWKS . . . Wauwatosa . . . Mechanical Engineering, Bachelor of Naval Science and Tactics . . . Union Directorate, treas., Union President, Navy Dances, chrm.. Orientation, Marching Band. Co-Ed. of Cardinal " Squall " column. Scabbard and Blade, Social Relations Com.. Junion Prom. Union House Com., chrm.. Alpha Delta Phi. HELEN L. HAY . . . Madison . . . Lutheran Student Assn. ORVILLE H. HAYS . . . Madison . . . Carroll College . . . Baseball. Social Work ... St. Olaf . Physical Education JEAN R. HAYWARD BERNARD J. HAZA . . . . Iowa State College Milwaukee Economics. Wisconsin Rapids . . . Medicine . Nu Sigma Nu, Sigma Chi. RALPH E. HEACOX . . . Motion. Ind. . . . Pharmacy . . . Purdue University . . . Wisconsin Pharmaceutical Assn.. American Pharmaceutical Assn. WILLIAM J. HECK Lyons, 111. Geology. MARIE C. HEFFERAN . Evanston. 111. . . . English . . Forensic Board, sec, Players. W.H.A Players Zeta Phi Eta, Gamma Phi Beta JOSEPH F. HEGERICH Madison . . . Labor Management. ROBERT M. HEIAN . . . Campbcllsporl . ..! Michigan College. RHODA L. HEIFETZ Milwaukee ( Ion : inting, DOROTHY J. HEIN Jam I I N g . New- [ntei n mal I Hub Nal ti mal and Stii ' 132 ELLEN C. HEIN . . . Chippewa Falls . . . Psychology . . . Orientation, Careers Conference. Psi Chi, Kappa Kappa Gamma, vice-pres. JANICE R. HEINEMAN . . . Milwaukee . . . English . . . Milwaukee Extension . . . Sophom ore Honors, Sigma Epsi- lon Sigma. Pi Lambda Theta. LOIS E. HEIRONIMUS . . . Madison . . . Psychology . . . Union Dance Com., Campus Community Chest. Congrega- tional Student Assn.. Phi Beta Kappa. Psi Chi. Alpha Xi Delta. BERNICE K. HEISDORF . . . Sheboygan . . . Home Eco- nomics and Education . . . Sheboygan Extension . . . Eu- thenics, W.S.G.A., Pi Lambda Theta. JOANNE M. HELFAER MARY E. HELFRICH . . Education . . . Brevard . ters. Pi Lambda Theta. Hamburg, N. Y. English. . Madison . . . Natural Science — . Newman Club. Catholic Daugh- CATHERINE M. HELGEBY . . . Flint. Mich. . . . Physical Education . . . Orientation, W.A.A. Board, Physical Edu- cation Club, Dolphin Club, pres.. Norse Club, Sophomore Honors, Pi Lambda Theta, Alpha Gamma Delta. PRESTON F. HELGREN . . . Waukegan, 111. . . . Chemistry . . . Concert Band. Orientation. Theta Delta Chi . . . Thesis— " The Identification of the Components of an Organic Mix- ture. " RICHARD J. HELLMANN istry . . . Yale University . New Ulm, Minn. . . . Chem- Alpha Chi Sigma. SxpsdL 23, 000 Ykxl, JalL. 99 HARRIET A. HELLWIG ... La Crosse ... Art Education ... La Crosse State Teachers College . . . Badger. Union Library Com., Home Economics Style Show, Haresfoot, Delta Zeta. JOYCE M. HELMS . . . Wisconsin Rapids . . . Sociology . . . Panhellenic Council. Badger, Gamma Phi Beta. ORRIN L. HELSTAD . . . Ettrick . . . American Institu- tions ... La Crosse State Teachers College . . . Hesperia. JEROME G. HEMAUER . . . Stockbridge . . . Agriculture Education ... La Crosse State Teachers College . . . F.F.A.. 4-H Club, Delta Theta Sigma. Sturgeon Bay . . . American MARION A. HENGST . West Allis . . . English. NORBERT HENGARTNER Institutions. JOHN T. HENNIG . . . Madison . . . Chemical Engineering . . . I-F Council and Board, Orientation, A.I.Ch.E.. Kappa Sigma. JAMES D. HENRY Beloit Labor Management. AUBREY H. HERMAN . . Allenton . . . Labor Economics . . . Lutheran Student Assn., Community Chest, Academic Relations Com., University Religious Council. ROSEMARY J. HERONEMUS . Kappa Delta. Madison Speech . RICHARD L. HERRNSTADT . . . Lawrence. N. Y. . . . English . . . Cross Country, Track. Tennis. Pre-Medical Assn., Zeta Beta Tau. JUDITH M. HERSHCOPF . . . Brooklyn. N. Y. . . . Ameri- can Institutions . . . Cardinal. Civil Liberties Com.. National Student Assn., Sigma Epsilon Sigma. 133 EINAR J. HERSTAD Marketing. CHARLES J. HERVEY Appleton . . . Horticulture . . . 770 Club Director. Union House Com., chrm.. Union Dance Com., chrm.. Summer Prom, chrm.. Union, vice-pies . Union Directorate. Union Council. Pre-Prom. Orientation. Land- scape Council Ring. Special Dances, chrm.. Brooks Delta, pres. BEATA A. HERZFELD . . Brooklyn. N. Y. . . . Applied Art . . . Brooklyn College Octopus, art editor. French Club, vice-pres., Work Shop Com. Art Students ' League, French Pl.i ROBERTA J. HESS . . . Onalaska . . Journalism . . . La Crosse State Teachers College . . . Coranto. ROBERT H. HESSEL . . Green Bay . . . Chemical Engi- . Iowa State College. GALEN M. HESSON St Croix Falls . . . Chemical Engineern WARREN J. HEYSE . . . Milwaukee . . . American Insti- tutions . . . Jones House, social chrm.. Pershing Rifles. Cardinal. Academic Relations Com., Union Dance Com.. Union Publicity Com.. Mat Dance, pub. chrm.. Orientation. Advanced Corps R.O.T.C. Sigma Alpha Epsilon. DALE B. HEYWOOD . . . Wausau . . . Economics . . . Wausau Extension . . . Chi Phi. pres. FRANK G. HIBBARD . . . Delavan . . . Electrical Engi- neering . . . House Presidents ' Council, chrm., A.I.E.E., Phi Eta Sigma. Eta Kappa Nu. ' iRDAsmaMjA, OiVl $vd ' . . . WILLIAM S. HIBBITTS . . . Chicago. 111. Economics . . . House Presidents ' Council. . Agriculture JOY L. HICKOK . . . Los Angeles. Calif . . . Spanish . . . Mills College . . . Charity Ball. Humorology, Wiskits, Careers Conference. Kappa Kappa Gamma. CARL J. HILGENBERG Kaukauna Dairy Industry. INA C. HILL . . . Washington, D. C. . . . Recreation . . . Dolphin Club. Panhellenic Council, sec. Campus Community Chest. Kappa Delta. HERBERT M. HILLER . . Milwaukee . . . Economics . . . Milwaukee Extension . . . Band. Sigma Delta Omega. F. EDWARD HILLERY . . . Platteville . . . Mechanical Engineering . . . Polygon Board, A.S.M.E.. chrm.. Society of Automotive Engineers. MADELYN R. HILLIS . . . Ogden. Utah . . . Physical Therapy . . . Physical Therapy Club. W.S.G.A. LESLIE J. HILTON ... La Crosse . . . Pharmacy . . . La Crosse State Teachers College . . . Wisconsin Pharma- ceutical Assn.. American Pharmaceutical Assn.. Kappa Epsi- lon, Sigma Kappa, pres. KEITH A. HINSMAN . . . Racine . . . International Rela- tions . . . Carthage College . . Sigma Nu. ROBERT G. HINTZ . Madi i n Social Work Virginia J. H1NZ . . Granton . . . English French Club, Local Students ' Assn.. University Chorus. HILDA M. HINZE . . . Madison . . . Medical Technology Alpha Delia Thota. 134 KATS HIROOKA . . . Los Angeles, Calif. . . . Magazine — Journalism . . . Orientation, Coranlo. Union Workshop Com., Sigma Epsilon Sigma. Sigma Delta Pi. Theta Sigma Phi. RUTH F. HIRSCHFIELD . . . New York. N. Y. . Science . . . Players, Union Music Com., Badger. Pnlitical RUTH A. HOB ART . . . Nekoosa . . . English— Sociology . . . Central State Teachers College . . . Sigma Kappa. MARCELAINE HOBSON . . . Madison . . . . Kappa Kappa Gamma. Home Economics RUTH HODES . . North Bergen, N. J. . . . Philosophy . . . World Youth Organization, Hillel Choir. Players. Alpha Epsilon Phi. IRWIN F. HOEFT . . . Oconomowoc . . . Agricultural Bac- teriology and Zoology. CARLA J. HOELZ . . . Milwaukee . . . Home Economics . . . MacMurray College . . Y.W.C.A.. Hoofers, Sigma Kappa. KARL F. HOELZEL . . . Appleton . . . Electrical Engi- neering . . . Humorology, I-F Board, pres., I-F Ball, Badger. Junior Prom, Badger Board, Summer Prom, Senior Council. Senior Ball, co-chrm., Work Day, Sigma Phi Epsilon. GEORGE P. HOENK Northwestern College. 1 1 Madison . . . Economics BETTY JEAN HOERL . . . Marshfield . . . Medical Tech- nology . . . Alpha Delta Theta, Sigma Epsilon Sigma. MARY E. HOFFMAN . . . Gamma Phi Beta. Ludington. Mich. . . . Sociology PAUL E. HOFFMAN . . . Milwaukee . . . Industrial Manage- ment . . . Purdue University. CHARLES R. HOFFMAN . . . Waupaca . . . Economics . . . Purdue University . . . Haresfoot Club, Phi Gamma Delta. DOUGLAS M. HOLCOMB . . . Milwaukee . . . Physical Education . . . W Club, Orientation, Open House Com., Hoofers, Varsity Basketball. Alpha Tau Omega, pres. BETH HOLLAND . . . Springfield, Mo. . . . Art Education . . . North Dakota State Teachers College . . . Wayland Club. ROBERT C. HOLLAND . Tau Delta. Mom oc Zoology Delta ROBERT H. HOLLENBECK . . . New Holstein . . . Speech . . . Mission House College and Purdue University . . . House Presidents ' Council. Truax Student Assn., pres., A.V.C., Red Cross Coordinating Com., W.H.A. GEORGE A. HOLLOWAY . . . Waukesha . . . Mechanical Engineering . . . Wisconsin Engineer, M.E.S.W.. A.S.M.E., Society of Automotive Engineers, Polygon Board, Pi Tau Sigma, Tau Beta Pi, Phi Kappa Phi, Phi Eta Sigma. BARBARA J. HOLM ... El Paso. Texas . . . Psychology . . . Y.W.C.A.. Charity Ball, Sophomore Honors, Psi Chi. HERMAN HOLTZMAN . . . Brooklyn. N. Y. . . . Civil Engi- neering . . . Harvard University . . . Band, A.S.C.E. . . . Thesis — " Design of Reinforced Concrete Office Frame Build- ing. " JOHN F. HONER . . . Richland Center Alpha Kappa Psi. Accounting . . . 135 SAMUEL N. HOPE. JR. . . . Wauwatosa Senior Council, Kappa Sigma, pres. Economics FRANKLIN P. HOPKINS . Madison . . . Agricultural Engineering . . . A.S.A.E.. Agriculture Student Council. HANNAH A. HOPKINS . . . Madison . . . English. Milwaukee . . . Accounting HOWARD W. HOPPE Beta Alpha Psi. EUGENE E. HORENSTEIN . . . Milwaukee . . . Accounting. JEANETTE M. HORN . . Brillion . . . Home Economics. Journalism . . . Union Gallery Com., Danforth Award to Home Economic Freshman, Orientation. Phi Upsilon Omi- cron, Omicron Nu. Sigma Epsilon Sigma. Delta Delta Delta. WALLACE J. HORNE . . . Walworth . Hoofers, Congregational Students ' Assn. Economics GILBERT R. HORNIG . . . Milwaukee . . . Marketing and Merchandising . . . Milwaukee State Teachers College. ALMA V. HORST . . . Chilton . . . American Institutions- Education . . . Badger. W " WS5 9a, 50 yjiwuL yjorniq.; EVERETT G. HOVE . . Madison . . . Agricultural Eco- nomics . . . Delta Theta Sigma. ALVIN J. HOVLAND . . . Madison . . . Whitewater Teachers College. MAURICE J. HOVLAND . . 4-H Club. Saddle and Sirloin. Physical Education Sparta . . . Agronomy . . . QUENTIN W. HOWARD Brodhead Economics. SALLY HOWELL . . . Fennimore . . . English . . . Pan- hellenic Council. Panhellenic Ball, chrm.. Summer W.A.C. Com.. Summer Style Show. Phi Beta. MARTIN E. HOYER . . Racine . . . Mechanical Engi- ing . . . Society of Automotive Engineers. ADAM J. HRECZUCH . . . Cottage Grove . . . Mechanical Engineering . . . Haverford College. MARY L. hughes . . . Madison, ind. . . . Magazine Jour- nalism . . . Coranto, 770 Club, Y.W.C.A., Kappa Kappa Gamma. FRANK L. HUMPHREY. JR. . . Dayton. Ohio . . Mechani- cal Engineering . . . oberhn College . A.S.M.E.. Society of Automotive Engineers, Sigma Phi Ep Hon. BARBARA J. HURST . . Normal, 111. . . . Spanish . . . id I ' i Beta Phi. ERWIN S. HUSTON Milwaukee . . . Medical Science - ny . . . phi Eta Sigma, Nu Sigma Nu. Phi Gamn I JOHN J. HUSTON . . . Milwaukee . Medical Scii n e De Pa iw 1 ivi rsity . . . Plu Eta Sigma, Nu Sigma Nu, Phi Gamma ! ■ 136 SAMUEL R. HUTCHISON Dodgeville Economics. JEANNE M. HYDE . . . Washington, DC... German . . . N.A.A.C.P., Negro Culture Foundation, Wiskits. Junior Or- chesis. Delta Sigma Theta. HAROLD F. IBACH . . . Madison . . . Medical Science . . . Orientation, Sophomcre High Honors. Academic Relations Com.. Phi Eta Sigma. ARDEN L. IMM . . . Wausau . . . Mechanical Engineering . . . Society of Automotive Engineers. ANTHONY F. INGRASSIA . . . Middletown. NY.... Journalism . . . Cardinal Sports Editor, Sigma Delta Chi, pres. PHILIP J. ISENBERG . . . Marinette . . . Zoology . . . John Hopkins University . . . Union Games Com., Beta Theta Pi. LORRAINE ISRAEL . . . Chicago, 111. . . . Philosophy . . . Union Art Gallery Com.. Union House Com., Alpha Epsilon Phi. GLORIA A. ITALIANO . . . Waukesha . . . French and Italian . . . Union Activities Bureau, Italian Club, French Club, U. S. Student Assembly. Newman Club, Catholic Daughters, Junior Orchesis. TORU IURA . . . Los Angeles, Calif. . . . Mechanical Engi- neering . . . Colorado State College . . . M.E.S.W., A.S.M.E., Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation, Wisconsin Engi- neer, bus. mgr„ Society of Automotive Engineers, pres.. Cheerleader, Pi Tau Sigma, sec, Tau Beta Pi, Phi Kappa Phi. State. Qsd bhaiQA Qswt wdaL n DONALD W. IVERSON . . . Sheboygan . matics . . . Band. BARBARA L. JAASTAD . . . Eau Claire Kappa Epsilon, Pi Beta Phi. ELIZABETH JACKSON . . . Sparta . Therapy . . . Alpha Chi Omega. Physics, Mathe- . Economics . . . . Occupational HOWARD C. JACKSON . . . Crew. Babcock Club. Madison Dairy Industry WILLIAM B. JACKSON . . . Milwaukee . . . Zoology . . . Marquette University . . . Kumlien Club, Wayland Club. ARTHUR R. JACOBSON . . . Chicago, 111. . . . Applied Art . . . Chicago Academy of Fine Art . . . Octopus. DORIS JACOBSON . . . New York, N. Y. . . . Political Science . . . Brooklyn College . . . Cardinal, World Youth Organization, sec. JAMES A. JACOBSON tutions . . . Haresfoot. Waukesha . . . American Insti- WALTER A. JACOBSON . . . Madison ... Art Education. ANITA JAFFE . . . New York. N. Y. . . . Players. W.H.A. English Literature MARGARET JAFFE . . . Athens, Ala. . . . Social Work. THOMAS C. JAFFERIS . . . Madison . . . Marketing. 137 MARGARET A. JAMES . . . Weslev Foundation. Madb ' ii Hospital Dietetics MIKE A. JANIKIAN . Racine . Labor and Personnel .ement . . . Football, Basketball. Baseball. University Honorary Table Tennis Club. BARBARA K. JANNEY . . . Wauwatosa . . English . . . Sweet Briar College. Marquette . . . Tripp Hall, sec.. Kappa Alpha Theta GENE A. JAROCH . . . Chicago. 111. . . . Speech . . . Base ball, W Club. Theta Chi NICKY J. JEATRAN . Menomonie . . . Social Work . . Stephens College. HENRY JEFFAY . . Brooklyn. N. Y. . . . Chemistry . Track, W Club. IVA JEFFREY .. . Gi een Eay English . . . Greer Bay Extension. HOWARD M. JENKIN . . . Madison . . . Bacteriology . . . Swimming, capt.. Y.M.C.A. Cabinet, W Club. Student Review Sessions, chrm. DOROTHY A. JENKINS . . . Stevens Point . . . Art Edu- cation . . . Milwaukee-Downer. Stevens Point Teachers Col- lege . . . Summer Prom. " fijwm, WlovsiA. (Bade bo (fapiioL EVELYN M. JENKINS . . . Newburg . . . Home Economics- Education . . Home Economics Club, Blue Shield. Wesley Foundation. 4-H, Wisconsin Country Magazine. MARY A. JENKINS . . . Racine JANE L. JENSEN . . . Kenosha Norse Club. . American Institutions. . Home Economics . . . JUNE R. JENSEN . . . Kenosha . . . Euthenics Club. LE ROY L. JENSEN . . . Union Grove . . . Crew, Alpha Gamma Rho. Home Economics . . . . . . Dairy Husbandry LOWELL E. JENSEN . . . Racine . . . Mechanical Engi- neering . . . Iowa State College . . . A.S.M.E.. Society of Automotive Engineers. ROBERT J. JENSEN . . . Glenwood City . . . Marketing . . . League of Redheads, chrm. RUSSELL J. JENSEN . Elmhurst. 111. . . . Marketing . . . Elrnhurst College . . . Inlerfraternitv Council. Delhi I ' m Delia. JOHN F. JENSWOLD Delta, Madison Law Phi Alpha ROBERT S. JERDE . . Madison . . . Commerce . . W.I.P.O.. Red Cross Drive. Student Board, sec com., Delta Upsilon JACK JERRED . Madison ball, Track, w Club Art Education Foot- ALVIN C. JINDRA . . . Mishicot . . . Dairy Industry . . . Blue Shield. Babcock Dairy Science Club. Saddle an j Sir- loin. Agricultural Student Council, Calvary Lutheran Stu lienl Council Ms DAVID J. JINDRA . . . LE ROYE JIRIKOVEC Antigo . . . Accounting. . Manitowoc . . . Agriculture. HERMAN B. JOHN . . . Milwaukee . . . Political Science . . . University of Minnesota . . . Keating House, pres.. Dorm Knight, Delta Tau Delta. RICHARD C. JOHN . . . Milwaukee . . . Accounting and Merchandising . . . University of San Francisco. Milwaukee Extension. DON H. JOHNS . . . Madison . . . Chemistry . . . Thesis— " The Chemistry of Rhenium. " ADRIENNE P. JOHNSON . . Paterson. N. J. . . . English . . . Indiana University. BRUCE C. JOHNSON . . . Minneapolis, Minn. . . . Civil Engineering ... St. Thomas College . . . A.S.C.E.. N.R.OT.C, Sigma Phi Epsilon . . . Thesis — " Performance Character- istics of Pumps in Series and Parallel. " CAROL M. JOHNSON . Northwestern University Milwaukee . . . . Pi Beta Phi. Economics EARL H. JOHNSON . . . Grantsburg . Beta Alpha Psi, Sigma Phi Epsilon. Accounting 0(bi)i. 20-ifjtaA JhpASL. " FARRELL B. JOHNSON . . . Beresford. S. D. . . . Agronomy . . . A.V.C., Blue Shield, Progressive Club. Saddle and Sirloin, Conservation Club, Little International. FERN L. JOHNSON . . . Frederic . . . Speech . . . Summer Prom, Summer Student Board. Forum Com., Forensic Board, Varsity Debater, Wisconsin Forensic Union. Phi Beta, Delta Sigma Rho, pres. JEAN E. JOHNSON Teachers College . . . La Crosse . . . English ... La Crosse International Club, Library Com. LILLIAN A. JOHNSON . . . Waukesha Orientation, Liz Waters " Buzzer " Editor. LOIS A. JOHNSON . . . Marshfield . . . Sigma Lambda. Alpha Xi Delta. MARGARET F. JOHNSON nomics. . . English . . . Applied Art . . . Sauk City . . . Home Eco- ROBERT K. JOHNSON . . . Wauwatosa . . . Pharmacy . . . Purdue University . . . Pharmaceutical Society . . . Thesis — " Sugar Coating of Compressed Tablets. " RUTH W. JOHNSON . . . Warrens . . . Home Economics and Education . . . Euthenics. Wayland Baptist Youth Fellow- ship, vice-pres., University Religious Council. WILLIAM K. JOHNSON . . . Sheboygan . . . American Institutions . . . Orientation. Interfraternity Board. Beta Theta Pi. ARTHUR G. JOLIVETTE Band. Madison Accounting . RICHARD E. JOLIVETTE . . . Madison . . . Pharmacy . . . Crew, American Pharmaceutical Assn.. Wisconsin Pharma- ceutical Assn., Kappa Psi . . . Thesis — " A Study of Ampul Filling Apparatus. " AUDREY R. JONES . . . tation, Gamma Phi Beta. Kenosha 139 English Orien- HELEN C. JONES . . Chicago, 111. . . . Journalism . . . r ran Senior Swingout, Careers Conference. Elections, Alpha Gamma Delia. KEITH L. JONES Lambda Chi Alpha. Endeavor Accounting LEON H. JONES . . . Beloit . . . Industrial Relations . . . IF Board. Crew Manager, Interfraternity Ball. chrm.. Carl- son Fund. Sigma Chi. ROBERT J. JONES . . . Black River Falls . . . International Relations . . . Rifle Team, Pershing Rifles. THOMAS C. JONES . . . Madison . . . Physical Education . . . Track. Homecoming. I-F Council. W Club. sec. Sigma Phi, pres. CONSTANCE M. JORGENSEN . . Neenah . . . Physical Education . . . Physical Education Club. W.A.A.. Chi Omega. NADINE R. JOSEPH . . . Chicago. 111. . . . Political Science . . . Orientation. EUNICE J. JOSEPHSON . . . Madison . . . Psychology . . . Orientation, Hoofers, Local Students ' Assn., Campus Com- munity Chest. Y.W.C.A.. pres., Psi Chi. Sigma Epsilon Sigma, Kappa Delta. MARGARET E. JOY Coranto. Cardinal. . Monroe . Journalism SI cojw muo l AwsmpA, ihsL land . . . ROBERT K. JOYNER Racine Extension. . Racine . Geography JUDITH I. JUDSON . . . Baraboo . . . Hygiene . . . Orien- tation, Hoofers. Dolphin Club Pageant, Senior Swingout. Y.W.C.A.. At Ease, St. Francis House. Nurses ' Dorm, treas. ELMER S. JUNKER . . Milwaukee . . . Mathematics . . . Track. Gregory House, pres.. Residence Halls Political Assn. JOAN E. JUSTUS Beloit JOAN E. KAASA . . . Columbus tation, Barnard Hall, vice-pres. Education. . Economics Orien- ROBERT L. KAATRUDE . . Beloit . . . Accounting . . . Richardson House, sec. -treas.. Men ' s Halls Governing Body. Beta Alpha Psi. ALOYSIUS A. KACHELMEIER . . . Slinger . . . Mechanical Engineering . . . Band, A.S.M.E., Society of Automotive Engine. HENRY R. KACZKOWSKI . . . Milwaukee . . . Mathe- matics, Education . . . University of Virginia . . . Orien- tation. Red Cross. Truax Political Assn., chrm. CHARLEY KADEMIAN . . South Milwaukee . . . Mechani cal Engineering . . . Milwaukee Extension . . . A.S.M.E.. Society of Automotive Enginei - JUSTINE A. KAHN . . Howard Beach. N. Y. . . Physical Education . . . Queens College . . . Wisconsin Players. Union Film Com.. Union Hostess Com . Wiskits. P. E. Club, Hoofers. MARY A. KALNES n McFarland American [nsti- JOAN c. KALT Fond on Lac . . . Medical Bacteriology . . . Castalia, Kappa Kappa ( Samma HO GARRY J. KAMERLING . . Milwaukee . . . Mechanical Engineering . . . Iowa State College . . . Sigma Phi. MARIAN KANABLE . . . Richland Center . . . English . . . Orientation. Wiskits, Senior S win gout, W.S.G.A., Barnard Hall, treas.. Phi Beta, treas. , BETTY M. KANAMEISHI . . . Chicago, 111 . . . Journalism find Political Science . . . Coranto, W.H.A.. Theta Sigma Phi. GEORGE W. KANAREK . . . Milwaukee . . . Marketing . . . Orientation. Varsity Swimming, Haresfoot, Theta Chi. PAUL KANE . . . New York. N. Y. . . . Philosophy. KIYOMI KANEGAWA . . . Walnut Grove . . . Dietetics. WALTER C. KANT . . . Milwaukee . . . Electrical Engi- neering . . . Marquette . . . A.I.E.E., Conover House, pres.. Delta Tau Delta. THEODORE G. KANVIK . . . Madison . . . Marketing . . . Miami University . . . Hoofers. N.R.O.T.C. SHIRLIE M. KAPELL . . . Racine . . . Physical Education . . . Physical Education Club. W.A.A. (poAJtwML lAU) AlwitA, to BxpanxL ROSALIE M. KAPLAN . . . Brooklyn. N. Y. . . . Hispanic Studies . . . Hoofers. Cardinal, Campus Co-op Assn., treas., Sigma Delta Pi. SERAPH KAPRELIAN . Racine . . . Zoology . . . Racine Extension . . . Mack House, pres. FRANK J. KARASEK Madison Education. JUDITH L. KARRON . . . New York, N. Y. . . . Sociology . . . Orientation, At Ease, Hoofers, Cardinal. Badger. Sum mer Players, W.S.G.A. EVANGELINE KARRYS . . . Milwaukee . . . English Edu- cation . . . Milwaukee Extension . . . Orientation. Alpha Xi Delta. JOAN KARSHMER . . . Highland Park. N. J. . . . New Jersey College. Economics VIRGINIA S. KARSTAEDT . . . Madison . . . Applied Art . . . Union Gallery Com.. Sigma Lambda. Sigma Epsilon Sigma. Kappa Delta. JOAN R. KASWELL . . New York. N. Y. . . . Political Science . . . Hoofers, W.Y.O.. Winter Carnival. Work Day. W.S.G.A., Elections, Orientation, Junior Prom. FRANCINE E. KATZ . . . New York. N. Y. . . . Art History . . . Union Hostess, Campus Community Chest. MAURICE B. KATZ Science. Brooklyn. N. Y. LE ROY C. KAUFFMANN . . . Brooklyn. N. Y. . . . Danskeller Com.. A.V.C.. Phi Sigma Delta. Political . English ROBERT W. KAUFMAN . . . Fond du Lac . . . American Institutions . . . Lawrence College . . . Orientation. Beta Theta Pi. 141 AILSA J. KAUFMANN Melrose Park, Perm. . . . Psy- igy . . . Vanguard. HERMAN G. KAUTZ . . . Clintonville . . . Dairy Ind . . Saddle and Sirloin. Babcock Club. Phi Eta Sigma. Alpha Zeta. DOROTHY M. KAYSER . . Milwaukee . . . Journalism Campus Community Chest. Cardinal. Academic Relations C m.. Orientation, Professional Panhellenic Council. Coranto, vice-pres., Mortar Board. Thi ta Sig na Phi. Kappa Delta. ROBERT P. KEEHN Milton College. Janesville . . . Accounting . ROBERT J. KEELER . . . Madison . . . Electrical Engi neering . . . A.I.E.E.. Tau Beta Pi. Eta Kappa Nu. ROBERT F. KEEN . . . Juda . . . Agriculture Education . . F.F.A.. 4-H. Blue Shield. Danforth Fellowship. ETHELYN P. KEIDAN Stage Crew. Phi Beta. JAMES P. KELLEY University of Dubuque . Flow in an Aeration Tank . . . Madison . . . Sociology Stanley . . . Civil Engineering Thesis — " Investigation of the JOAN E. KELLEY . . . Wisconsin Raoids . . . Recreation . . . Central State Junior College . . . Newman Club. W.A.A.. Union Games Com.. Sigma Kappa. (Bade again, oJul aqaMtisA,, JOHN W. KELLEY . . . Tomahawk . . . Civil Engineering . . . A.S.C.E. . . . Thesis — " Experimental Design of Petenwell Dam. " LEON A KELLEY . . . Madison . . . Dairy Industry . . . Orientation, Pershing Rifles. Babcock Club. KATHLEEN A. KELLOGG . . . Madison . . . Applied Art . . . Rosary College . . . Alpha Phi. ROBERT KELLY . . . Oshkosh. ARTHUR W. KELM . . . Antigo . . . F.F.A. Agricultural Education GORDON R. KEMP . . . Beloit . . . Commerce . . . Beloit Extension . . . Band. Union Music Com.. Alpha Kappa Psi. CAROLINE E. KEMPA . . Milwaukee . . . Zoology . . Milwaukee Extension . . . Sigma Ep silon Sigma. JOHN C. KENNEDY menl . . . Chi Psi. Woodstock, 111. Labor Manage alan E. KENT . . . Milwaukee Honors. MARY KERKMAN . . . Burlington . . . German Club. Zeta Phi Km History Freshman Speech Collection RAPHAEL D. KERMISH Sunnyside, Long Island. N. Y. . . Economics . . . Badger, A.V.C.. Y.M.C.A. Cabinet. JEANNE A. KERR Porta I . Clothing and Textiles . . . Orientation, Castalia, Community Chest, Sigma Epsilon Sigma, ( iniiri on Nu. Alpha Phi. 14] MARTHA F. KESSENICH . . . Madison . . . Medical Tech- nology . . . Badger, Union Activities Bureau. Sophomore Honors, Union Dance Com., Alpha Delta Theta, Pi Beta Phi. CHARLES W. KIDD . . . Bransom. Mo. . . . Economics . . . Boxing. W Club, Psi Upsilon. JANE KILBY . . . Great Bend, Kan. . . . International Relations . . . University of Arizona . . . Orientation. Elec- tions. Sigma Delta Pi, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . Thesis— " Basis for Cooperation and Conflict in Argentine-United States Trade Relations. 1930-45. " LEON R. KILEY . . . Chicago. 111. . . . Chemistry . . . Concert Band . . . Thesis— " Anhydrous Nitrates. Their Syn- thesis and Properties. " CLARENCE C. KING . . . Wausau Stevens Point Teachers College. JEAN KINZLER Prairie du Sac . Accounting . . . Home Economics. LEVERNE M. KIRKING . . Cashton . . . Agriculture Edu- cation . . . Penn State College . . . F.F.A., Alpha Zeta. DONALD L. KIRKPATRICK . . . Madison . . . Accounting . . . Concert Band, Symphony Orchestra, Symphonia. WILLIAM H. KISSINGER neering . . . Marquette . Kappa Nu. . Ripon . . . Electrical Engi- A.I.E.E., Tau Beta Pi, Eta VbjlonAu, AuqWi—anjcL JthsL vnidu. ROGER E. KLASSY Monticello Accounting. BARBARA KLAUSNER . . . Mount Vernon. N. Y. . . . Journalism . . . Cardinal. N.S.A. News, Student Board Re- porter, editor, Coranto, Hoofers. DONALD KLEIN neering. Middleton Mechanical Engi- PAUL J. KLEIN . . . Two Rivers . . . Economics . . . Foot- ball, Swimming. Crew, W.I. P.O.. Amvets, Sigma Chi. VIVIANNE Y. KLEINBERG . . . Rochester. N. Y. . . . English . . . Careers Conference, Orientation. RUSSELL N. KLEIST . . . Portage neering . . . Lawrence College . . Society of Automotive Engineers. . Mechanical Engi- A.S.M.E.. M.E.S.W., FRANCINE M. KLIN E . . . Miami Beach, Fla. . . . American Institutions . . . Literary Preview. Elections, W.S.G.A., Cardinal. FLORENCE M. KLINGBEIL . . . Green Lake . . . Home Economics Education . . . Blue Shield. 4-H Club. Home Economics Club. KARL R. KLINGELHOFER . . . Sparland. 111. . . . Agri- cultural Engineering . . . Michigan State College . . . Society of Automotive Engineers, Student Council, Alpha Zeta. HOWARD C. KLOPP . . . Port Washington . . . Psychology . . . Superior State Teachers College. JEROME J. KLOS . . . West Salem . . . Political Science . . . La Crrsse State Teachers College. FREDERICK F. KLOTZ . . . Grafton . . . . . Milwaukee Extension . . . A.S.C.E. . of a Rigid Frame Over Head Bridge. " 143 Civil Engineering . Thesis— " Design PATRICIA J. KLOTZ . . Milwaukee Cardinal, N.S.A., Y.W.C.A. Journalism HARRY KLUBER Chicago, 111. . . . English . . . Ninth Texas State Teacher;-- College . . . Players. Sinfunia. Pi Kappa Delta. Phi Mu Alpha. WALTER G. KLUNICK Bashfurd House, vice-pres. Roxana. 111. Economics . . BETTY E. KLUSMEYER . Brodhead . . . Home Eco- nomics and Education . . . Euthenics. 4-H Club. Blue Shield. Ag Student Council Representative. LORRAINE B. KNAPP . . . Shell Lake . . . Chemistry . . . Union Forum Com.. Russian Club. Sigma Epsilon Sigma. Alpha Gamma Deita. PATRICIA H. KNAPP . . . Beloit . . . Junior Prom, Home- coming. Union Dance Com.. At Ease. Union Directorate, Summer Prom. Chi Omega. JOAN L. KNETZGER Colgate Math Education. M. BERWYN KNIGHT . . . Seattle. Wash. . . . Electrical Engineering . . . Pershing Rifles. Swimming. Eta Kappa Nu. Tau Beta Pi, Phi Eta Sigma. SHEILA M. KNOWLES Coranto. Kenosha (Bvd suv in, UnJuon, Gcb . m.y... Journalism MARGARET L. KNUEPPEL . . . Milwaukee . . . Recreation . . . Milwaukee Extension . . . Union Library Com., Inter- national Club. Lutheran Student Assn. PATRICIA A. KNUTESON Badger. Pi Beta Phi. Lancaster English IVAN A. KNUTSEN . . . Sturgeon Bay . . . Accounting Tufts College . . . A.V.C. EUGENE G. KOCH , . . Columbus . . . Banking and Finance . . . Basketball, Golf. Phi Delta Theta. RICHARD W. KOCH . . . Miamisburg, Ohio . . . Physical Chemistry . . . Phi Eta Sigma, Theta Delta Chi . . . Thesis— " Medical Aspects of the Halides. " WILLIAM R. KOCH . . . Madison . . . Economics . . . Red Cross Drive. Summer Book Mart. chrm.. Octopus, Delta Sigma Pi. DELLA L. KOEHLER Madison Landscape Council Ring, sec. Applied Art ROBERT E. KOEHLER . . . Dousman . . . Journalism . . . . . Orientation, Union News Bureau, Union Gallery Com.. Orchesis, Sigma Delta Chi. WARREN E. KOEHLER IRENE A. KOENIG Milwaukee Exten ion WILLIAM C. KOENIG M i I v Ion BERNICE B. KOEPP . . Racine . J. n . . Madison . Milwaukee 144 . Applied Art. Soi ial Work . . . Economics . . History. KATHRYN M. KOHLER . . . Stevens Point . . . History . . . Central State Teachers College. RENEE F. KOHRMAN . . . Cleveland Heights, Ohio . . . American Institutions . . . Women ' s Independent House Formal, Junior Prom, Hillel Foundation. RAYMOND D. KOLASINSKI . . . Menasha . . . Chemical Engineering . . . Oshkosh State Teachers College and Uni- versity of Idaho . . . A.I.Ch.E. . Philosophy . Accounting REGINA B. KOLKEY . . . Chicago, 111. . Faculty Relations Com.. Skyrockets, sec. CHARLES E. KOLLATH . . . Manitowoc . . . Alpha Kappa Psi. HERMINE KOLLIN . . . Euclid, Ohio . . . Applied Art . . . Y.W.C.A., Annual Christmas Festival, co-chrm.. Elections, Union Dance Com., Work Day, Cardinal, Delta Delta Delta. ROBERT F. KOLSTAD . . . Eau Claire Eau Claire State Teachers College. BERNARD E. KOMISAR . . . Milwaukee Extension. Geography . . . Milwaukee . . . Accounting OLEG D. KONDRAT . . . Chicago. 111. . . . Applied Art Chicago Academy of Fine Arts and Syracuse University Union Gallery Com., Badger, Theta Chi, vice-chrm. 1-3 of. cl qihL swivfoA, svuhiy, quif. SONYA KONDRITZER . . . Detroit, Mich. . . . Economics . . . Music Com., Campus Community Chest. WILLIAM E. KORBITZ . . . Medford . . . Civil Engineering . . . University of Michigan . . . Naval R.O.T.C, Lutheran Student Assn., A.S.C.E., Alpha_ Sigma Phi . . . Thesis— " An Investigation of the Softening of Madison City Water by the Lime-Soda Process. " LOUISE P. KORST . . . Madison . . . Speech . . . Congre- gational Student Assn., Young Republicans, sec, Phi Beta. HOWARD I. KORTIS . . . Brooklyn, N. Y. . . . Zoology . . . Band. Pre-Medica, Phi Sigma Delta. LEN KOSINSKI . . . West Allis . . . English . . . Milwaukee State Teachers College . . . Midwest Alliance of College Veterans, chrm., U. W. Veterans, pres., Sad Sack Shuffle, gen. chrm.. Players, W.H.A. Players, Chorus, Badger Politi- cal Party, chrm., Orientation, Greek Steering Com., Greek Anti-discrimination, Senior Council, Senior Ball, co-chrm., All-University Ring Com., Spanish Club, Newman Club, Pi Kappa Alpha, vice-pres. VIRGINIA M. KOZICKI Kappa Epsilon. Pulaski . . . Pharmacy HOPE N. KRAFT . . . Fond du Lac . . . Sigma Epsilon Sigma. PATRICIA M. KRAFT Marquette. PHYLLIS C. KRAFT . . . Bismarck, N. D. . . Orientation, Gamma Phi Beta. Medical Technology Kenosha . . . Art Education . . . Merchandising DONALD R. KRAMER . . . Sheboygan . . . Electrical Engi- neering. RITA KRASNO . . . Milwaukee . . . Botany . . . Milwaukee Extension. KATHRYN E. KRAUS . . . Richmond Hts., Mo. . . . Ameri- can Institutions . . . P. E. Club, Junior and Senior Orchesis, Gamma Phi Beta. 145 ROBERT M. KRAUSS . . . Cedarhurst. N. Y. . . . Economics . . . Union Library Com., United States Student Assembly, I.Z.F.A. JOYCE G. KRAVIT . . . Chicago. 111. . . . American Insti- tutions . . . Cardinal. Octopus. Independent Women ' s House Formal. GERALDINE A. KRAWCZAK . . . Milwaukee . . . English . House Presidents ' Council. Pythia, Alpha Xi Delta, sec. LEO G. KREBS Sun Prairie Dairy Industry. RUTH A. KREHER . . . Mondovi . . . Chemistry . . . Thesis— " The Determination of Free Acid in the Presence of Inter- : Amphoteric Ions. " HOWARD R. KREKEL . . . Milwaukee . . . American Institutions . . . Dartmouth College. " BEVERLY D. KRENZIEN . . . Green Bay . . . Psychology . . . Green Bay Extension . . . Players. Union Workshop. Badger Club, pres., Lutheran Student Assn. JANE A. KRESGE . . . Shorewood . . . Speech . . . Antioch ge . • • Women ' s Affairs Com.. Orientation. General Chairman W.S.G.A. 50th Anniversary Celebration. Mortar Board, Women ' s Administrative Council, Pi Beta Phi, pres. GUSTAV W. KRESSIN Y.M.C.A. Council. Kenosha . . . Sociology oft l L OASL CJOUUUkSL foJL WaJtcdtiofL . . . LORRAINE E. KRESSIN . . . Kenosha . . . Agricultural Bacteriology . . . Sophomore Honors. MARY C. KREUL Edgewood College . Social Work Club. . . Highland . . . Social Work . . . . Catholic Daughters. Newman Club, RICHARD F. KRIEG . . . . Cornell University. Milwaukee Political Science VERLE E. KRIENKE . . . Iola . . . Clothing and Textiles . . . Central State Teachers College . . • Home Economics Club, Wesley Foundation, Sigma Zeta. Tau Gamma Beta. DONALD L. KRIER . . Belgium . . . Accounting BETTY R. KROHN . . . Oneonta, N. Y. . . . Social Work. ELAINE I. KROHN . . Marquette. HARRIET S. KRONMAN . . . Hunter College. JAMES KROSCHER Milwaukee Extension. Milwaukee . . . Sociology . . . . . . Now York. N. Y. . . . PhysiCE Milwaukee . . . Accounting . . . DOROTHY I. KRUEGER . Chicago, 111. . . . Applied Ai ' i . . Kappa Alpha Theta. Lawrence S. KRUEGER . . . Milwaukee . . . Mechanical Engineering . . . University oi Chicago . . • A.S.M.E. MARY H. KRUMBACH nology. Burlington Medical Tech- I Id RODERICK I. KRUSE . . . Freeport, 111. . . . Economics . . . Beloit College . . . Sigma Alpha Epsilon. EDWARD P. KRYSHAK . . . Stevens Point . . . Civil Engi- neering . . . Central State Teachers College . . . Turner House, pres., Men ' s Halls Cabinet, A.S.C.E. HARVEY W. KUBE Milwaukee Accounting. CHARLES A. KUCIREK . . . Necedah . . . Agricultural Education . . . Saddle and Sirloin, F.F.A., 4-H Club, Alpha Zeta. JOHN R. KUEBLER. JR. . . . Indianapolis, Ind. . . . Chem- istry . . . Band, Alpha Chi Sigma, pres. ROBERT E. KUEHLHORN . . . Wauwatosa . . . Zoology . . . I.V.C.F. ARTHUR F. KUEHN Wausau Mechanical Engi- ANNE E. KUEHNEL . . . Appleton . . . Art Education . . . Union Music Com., Union Workshop Com., Chi Omega, pres. GENE G. KUEHNEMAN nomics . . . Sigma Nu. . . Los Angeles, Calif. Eco- c ft L tfoA, bookdu, Asghi urfw L. MARGARET E. KUETHER . . . Milwaukee . . . Related Art . . . Badger, personnel mgr., Literary Preview, Gamma Phi Beta. DOROTHY K. KUHN Hillsboro . Natural Science. JAMES J. KUNES . . . Prentice . . . Electrical Engineering . . . Band, Wisconsin Engineer, alumni editor, A.I.E.E., Eta Kappa Nu, Tau Beta Pi, Phi Kappa Phi. Theta Chi. JANET M. KUNKEL . . . Milwaukee . . . Art Education . . . Workshop Com., Sigma Lambda. WILLIAM KURKAMP. JR. . . . Edwood, 111. . . . Agronomy . . . Joliet Junior College . . . Cardinal, Elections, Sigma Chi. KENNETH C. KUROWSKI . . . Milwaukee Extension. Milwaukee Accounting HERBERT C. KURTZ Sheboygan Extension . . . Madison . . . Economics . Vets ' Club, Badger. OMAR N. KUSSOW . . . Fond du Lac . . . American Insti- tutions . . . Pershing Rifles. MARION D. KYNASTON Milwaukee Extension. Milwaukee Spanish THOMAS C. KYSER Cataract Accounting. . Applied Arts SHIRLEY M. LA BONDE . . . Racine Local Students ' Assn., S.A.L. ROSELLA M. LABUS . . . Bangor . . . Spanish . . . Sopho- more Honors, Women ' s Chorus, Spanish Club, Sigma Epsilon Sigma. Sigma Delta Pi. 147 JOHN H. LADISH . . . . Sigma Chi. LOIS G. LADISH . . Mouiil Mary College. SUZANNE K. LADKY Kappa Gamma. Wauwatosa . . . Grain Marketing Wauwatosa . . . Applied Art . . . . Political Science . . . Kappa MARY E. LAKE Beloit Extension. SAMUEL A. LAKRITZ . . . Milwaukee Milwaukee Extension. DON A LAMBERT Sigma Pi. Beloit . . . Clothing and Textiles . . . Economics . . . Racine . . . Accounting . . . Delta WILLARD H. LAMONT Giles . . . Pharmacy. MARGARET A. LAMOREAUX . . . Janesville . . . Miami University . . . Badger. Red Cross Drive. Red Cross Ball, Senior Swingout, Wiskits, Careers Conference, W.S.G.A. Style Show, W.S.G.A. 100 Year Anniversary, Alpha Chi Omega. BEVERLY G. LANDAY . . . New York, N. Y. . . . History . . . Cardinal, desk ed., Academic Relations Com., Union News Bureau, W.S.G.A. Fashion Show, Alpha Epsilon Phi. " CUL ojjUl qihlA, aha. msn. n • • LOUIS M. LANDMAN . . . Kew Gardens, N. Y. . . . Ameri- can Institutions . . . Cardinal, sports ed., Homecoming, pub- licity chrm.. WHA, Wisconsin Alumnus, Sigma Delta Chi. PAUL B. LANGE Racine Law. ARTHUR J. LANGENBERG. JR. . . . Milwaukee . . . Civil Engineering . . . A.S.C.E. . . . Thesis — " Comparison of Welded and Riveted Steel Designs. " PATRICIA L. LANPHEAR ... St. Paul, Minn. . . . Eco- nomics . . . Union Dance Com., Campus Community Chest, Orientation, Chi Omega. BETTY J. LA ROCQUE . . . Prairie du Chien . . . Speech . . . Chadbourne Hall, pres., Sophomore High Honors. Sigma Epsilon Sigma, Pythia, Sigma Delta Pi, Phi Beta, Phi Beta Kappa. FRANCINE L. LAnSCHEID . . . Green Bay . . . Speech . . . Green Bay Extension . . . Players, WHA Players, Junior Orchesis. Phi Beta. LORENE C. LARSEN . . . Centuria . . . Home Economics . . . Peter Voting Scholarship, WARF, Professional Pan- hellenic Association, Pi Lambda Theta, Phi Upsilon Omicron. WILLIAM A. LARSEN . . Racine . . . Electrical Engi- ing . . . Kappa Eta Kappa, pres., A.I.E.E. BARBARA A. LARSON . . LaGrange. 111. . . . English . . . ising mgr., Wiskils, W.A.A. Board, Orienta- tion, Senior Swingout, At Ease Hostess, Cardinal, Pi Beta Phi. CALVIN F. LARSON . Weyauwega . . . Journalism . . . ; Falls siatc Teachi i I lollege. CHARLES A. LARSON . . . Weyauwega . . . Electrical Enginei ring . A.I.E.E., Beta Theta P] LOIS M. LARSON . . McFarland Speech Correction . . . Panhi ouncil, Orientation, Zeta Phi Eta, Chi Omega. 148 LYLE T. LARSON . . . Eau Claire . . . Chemical Engi- neering . . . Eau Claire State Teachers College. MARIAN G. LARSON . . . Madison . . . Journalism . . . Coranto, treas., Cardinal, Octopus, Theta Sigma Phi. MYRON E. LARSON . . . Viroqua . . . Electrical Engi- neering . . . A.I.E.E., vice-chrm.. Kappa Eta Sigma, pres.. National Executive Council. WARREN S. LARSON . . Weyauwega . . . Agricultural Engineering . . . River Falls State Teachers . . . A.S.A.E., Delta Theta Sigma. JEAN G. LA TOUR . . . Beloit . . . Political Science . . . Union Forum Com., University Radio Forum, Residence Halls Political Assn. Executive Board, International Club. Badger Political Party Executive Board . . . Thesis— " Ameri- can Society of Public Administration. " ROGER E. LAUBENHEIMER . . . Richfield . . . Medical Science . . . Summer Student Board. Junior Prom, chrm., Football, Track. W Club, Nu Sigma Nu, Sigma Chi. DONALD F. LAUBENSTEIN Engineering . . . A.I.E.E. Two Rivers Electrical RONALD K. LAUSE . . . Dayton, Ohio . . . Electrical Engi- neering . . . Oberlin . . . Sigma Phi Epsilon. JOAN M. LAUSON . . . New Holstein . . . Child Develop- ment . . . Residence Halls Political Assn., W.S.G.A., Campus Community Chest. dioumbtfooL Ll, bcudk. aqairL. TED F. LA VALLEY . . . Peshtigo . . . Labor Management . . . Scabbard and Blade. MARY T. LAVIN . . . Chicago, 111. . . . International Re- lations . . . Gamma Phi Beta. LOIS M. LAWSON . . . Chicago. 111. . . . English Education . . . Charity Ball, Kickoff Ball, W.S.G.A. Fashion Show, Alpha Gamma Delta. BARBARA A. LEBBY . . . Kittanning. Penn. . . . Speech . . . Players. Phi Beta, Orchesis, Alpha Sigma Phi. MILT H. LE BLANG . . . Brooklyn, N. Y. . . . Marketing . . . Octopus, bus. mgr.. Sad Sack Shuffle, Hoofers, Trouble- shooters, Badger Beat. Summer Prom, Junior Prom, Student Leadership Group, Alpha Delta Sigma. RUTH LEDGER Foundation. Kenosha . . . Recreation . . . Wesley ANN S. LEE . . . Portage . Orientation, Alpha Phi. DON H. LEE . . . Eau Claire . . . Commerce W Club. Players, Phi Delta Theta. GARY M. LEE . . . Kansas City, Mo Y.M.C.A., Phi Eta Sigma. Merchandising . . . Castalia, . . . Football, Zoology . . . GEORGE K. LEE . . . Milwaukee . . . Mechanical Engi- neering . . . Football, Boxing, Sigma Phi Epsilon. PATRICIA J. LEE . . . Milwaukee . . . Speech. PATRICK M. LEE . . . De Pere . . . Chemical Engineering ... St. Norbert College . . . Triangle, treas. 149 ROBERT E. LEE . . . Sup State Teachers College. Accounting . . . Sui» THOMAS E. LEE . . . Milwaukee . . . Electrical Engi neering . . . Scabbard and Blade, N.R.O.T.C., Orientation, Badger. H iphomore Honors, A.I.E.E.. Eta Kappa Nu, Sigma Phi Epsi THORDIS C. LEE . . Madison . . American Institutions . . . Community Chest, Pi Lambda Theta. WAYNE A. LEEMAN Vanguard. JOHN A. LEGAULT . . University of Alabama. CLAUDE B. LEHNER . . Fond du Lac Extension. . Milwaukee . . Marinette . . Fond du Lac . Economics . Accounting . . . Accounting . EDWARD A. LE HOVEN Milwaukee Journalism. AUGUST P. LEMBERGER . . . Milwaukee . . . Pharmacy . . . American Pharmaceutical Assn.. Cheerleader. Phi Eta Sigma. Rho Chi. Kappa Psi, Alpha Chi Sigma. LEE L. LEMKE . R.O.T.C, A.S.M.E. . Cecil Mechanical Engineering (Ddwvl camsL JtijLkhofl hlBu wait . . . PATRICIA M. LENDVED . . . Milwaukee . . . Social Work . . Women ' s Administrative Com., W.S.A., Senior Swingout, Summer W.S.G.A. Fashion Show, Careers Conference, dis- cussion chrm., Orientation, co-chrm., Senior Council, Alpha Kappa Delta, Sigma Delta Pi, Alpha Chi Omega. . Medical Science ALLAN H. LEONG . . . Honolulu, T. H. . . . University of Hawaii. RUTH J. LERCHER . . . New London . . . Art Education . . . Union Gallery Com., Art Students ' League, Sigma Lambda. RUBIN B. LESGOLD neering . . . A.I.E.E. Milwaukee Electrical Engi- HARVEY B. LESH. JR. . . . North Canton. Ohio . . . Mechanical Engineering . . . Oberlin College . . . N.R.O.T.C, A.S.M.E., Society of Automotive Engineers. KNOWLTON M. LEVENICK . . . Dartmouth College. Madison . . . Light Building MARIANNE T. LEVENICK . . . Madison Wisconsin Dames, Kappa Delta. Economics .■ . . RICHARD L. LEVENICK . . . Pershing Rifles. Madison . . . Natural Science ERWIN F. LEVERENZ . . . Waukesha . . . Animal Husbandry . . . Milwaukee Extension . . . Track. Cross-count rv Ag Council, 4-H Club, Blue Shield, Saddle and Sirloin. Little International. ROBERT C. LEVERICH . . . Saddle and Sirloin. Sparta . Daily Husbandly English . . . JACK E. LEVIN . . . Philadelphia, Penn. Hillel, Pre Medica, Phi Sigma Delta, pics MILTON i. levin . . . Milwaukee . . English . . . Mil- waukee State Teachers College , Players, w.H.A. Players. Literarj Preview, Summer Orchesis. 150 ROBERT J. LEVIN . . . Brookline, Mass. . . Institutions . . . I-F Council, Phi Sigma Delta. American SIMON LEVIN . . waukee Extension Milwaukee . . Hillel. Accounting . . . Mil- Mt BEVERLY J. LEVINE . . . Eau Claire . . . Psychology . . . Stevens College . . . Alpha Epsilon Phi. IRA L. LEVINSON . . . New York, NY.... Economics . . . Richmond Polytechnical Institute. LEON A. LEWANDOWSKI . . . Cable . . . Pharmacy . . . Band, American Pharmaceutical Assn., Wisconsin Pharma- ceutical Assn., Kappa Psi, pres. ELVIRA A. LEWIS . . . Dayton. Ohio . . . Institutional Management . . . W.S.G.A., Hoofers, Sad Sack Shuffle, Union Commons Com., Sigma Kappa. M. SUSAN LEWIS . . . Madison . . . Medical Bacteriology. RHODA J. LEWIS . . . Chicago, 111. . . . Sociology . . . Octopus, Hillel. JOYCE M. LEY . . . Green Bay . . . Natural Science . . . Mount Mary College . . . Union House Com., Junior Orchesis, Newman Club, Catholic Daughters, Delta Zeta. lAp. JWt iowsJi, at (Radio diaiL. CARL F. LEYSE . . . Kewaunee . . . Mechanical Engi- neering . . . Wisconsin Engineer. Sophomore High Honors, A.S.M.E., Society of Automotive Engineers, Pi Tau Sigma, Tau Beta Pi. Phi Eta Sigma. AUDREY M. LICHT Student Assn. . Reedsburg . . . German . . . Lutheran ALTON L. LIDDICOAT . . . Linden . . . Accounting. EDWARD W. LIEBENTHAL SIDNEY LIEBERMAN Gamma Delta Iota. EDMUND R. LIEBL . . Milwaukee Sheboygan . Milwaukee . . . Agronomy Economics . . . Zoology. BETTY M. LIEDERMAN . . . Jackson Heights, N. Y. . . . English . . . Susquehanna University. HILDA LIENER . . . Farrell. Penn. . . . Economics and American Institutions . . . Women ' s Independent House Dance, Players, 515 House, vice-pres. ROBERT K. LIESCH Laona Mathematics MARJORIE P. LIETZKE . . . Dane . . . German Club. Band. German JOAN E. LILLIE . . . Highland Park, 111. . . . Chemistry . . . Community Chest, Orientation, Sigma Epsilon Sigma, Delta Delta Delta . . . Thesis — " Transmission Characteristics of Filters for Roman Spectra. " PHYLLIS J. LINCK Beta. Beaver Dam 151 Speech Phi FREDERIC C. LINDEMANN . Milwaukee . . . Mechanical Engineering . . Yale University . . . A.S.M.E., Chi Psi. RODNEY V. LINDGREN . . . Madison . . . Accounting . . . Oshkosh State Teachers College . . . Phi Eta Sigma. KENNETH E. LINDLEY . . . Stratton. Colo. . . . Electrical Engineering . . . College of St. Thomas . . . Badger Christian Fellowship. A.I.E.E. DOROTHY O. LINDQUIST . . . Madison . . . Journalism . . . Coranto, Theta Sigma Phi, pres. KENNETH H. LINDQUIST ministration. Madison . . . Business Ad- ESTHER M. LINN . . Cumberland . . . Clothing and Textiles. ESTER E. LIPTON . ROSE M. LITRENTA Epsilon Sigma. Burlington . . . Spanish. . Racine . . . Mathematics . . . Sigma MARION M. LITSCHER . . . Sauk City . . . Home Economics Education . . . Euthenics, 4-H Club. Country Magazine. Blue Shield, Agricultural Student Council, sec. J Jul Social S aAanA. . . . LAWRENCE L. LITTEL Institutions. GERALDINE A. LLOYD . . . Fond du Lac . . . Marion College . . . Euthenics. PAUL S. LODUHA Sauk City . . . American . Dietetics Jackson . . . Commerce . . . Baseball. ROBERT W. LOEHNING Menasha DOROTHY A. LOGEMANN . . . Belmont . . . Education . . . Platteville Stale Teachers College . . . Y.W.C.A., Badger. JOHN H. LONGSDORF . . . Arkansaw . . . Dairy Industry ... St. Ambrose College . . . Varsity Boxing, Saddle and Sirloin, Dairy Babcock Club. RICHARD H. LORD . . . Madison . . . Civil Engineering . . . Men ' s Halls Political Assn., pres., A.S.C.E., Dormsyl- vania, chrm.. Men ' s Hall Stores, Inc., pres., Delta Epsilon, , !• The i " Investigation oi Flow in Aeration Tanks. " ROBERT w. LORD Cornel] W.Ph.W., Kappa Psi, pres. Pharmacy . . . A. Ph. A., VIRGINA L. LOTZ . . . Port Washington, N. Y. . . . Food istry . . . Junior Orchesis. Chadbourne Hall, trcas.. in . . . Thesis — " Maple Sugar — A Bibliography of Newspaper Records. " JOHN E. LOUGH . . . Theta Chi. Kenosha . . . Mechanical Engineering WALTER H. LOVELL. JR. . . . Nashville. Tenn . . . Cheim. ■.,! eering . . . Milligan College . . . N.R.O.T.C, A.I.Ch.E.. i Nu. JANICE M. LOWE . . . Eau Claire . . . Badger Christian Fellowship 152 Child Development JOHN H. LOWELL . . . New York. N. Y. . . . Marketing- Advertising . . . Haresfoot Show, program director, Cardinal. A.V.C., Alpha Delta Sigma, pres. VAL LUBBERS . . . Milwaukee . . . Child Development . . . Milwaukee State Teachers College . . . Union Social Service Com., Orientation. WILLIAM A. LUBBERS . . . Sheboygan . . . Carroll College. Political Science VERNON LUBINSKI . . . Seymour . . . Accounting ... St. Norbert ' s College . . . Newman Club. Phi Kappa. MARILYN J. LUCAS . . . Chicago. 111. . . . Physical Edu- cation . . . Senior Dolphin Club, Physical Education Club Board. PEM, editor, W.A.A.. Wiskits. JOHN J. LUCEY Sigma. Madison Economics Phi Eta HELMUTH W. LUCHT Milwaukee Accounting. JEROME J. LUEBKE . . . West De Pere . . . Mechanical Engineering . . . Society of Automotive Engineers. FRANK LUEDERS. JR. Columbus Economics. Sorrudhiw , f DA, the- MMtpbooh . . . ANNE M. LUKOSUS . . . . . DePaul University . Spring Valley, 111. . Hoofers. English DAVID D. LUND Public Utilities . . vice-pres. . Des Plaines. 111. . . . Accounting and Central Y.M.C.A. College . . . L.S.A.. GUNDER O. LUNDEY Oregon French — Zoology. JOHN T. LUNENSCHLOSS . . . Madison . . . Economics . . . University of Michigan . . . Boxing. Sigma Alpha Epsilon. MURIEL B. LURIE . . . Newark, N. J. tion . . . Hostesses. Union Dance Com. . Speech Correc- HARRIET J. LUTSKE . . . Chicago, 111. . . . Art Education . . . Art Students ' League, Women ' s Independent House For- mal, Elections, W.S.G.A. CLIFFORD G. LUTZ . . . Appleton . . . Industrial Manage- ment . . . Student Athletic Board, pres., Student Repre- sentative. Faculty Athletic Board, Varsity Boxing, capt. N.C.A.A. Boxing Champion, Delta Sigma Pi. pres. HELEN A. LUTZE Sheboygan Social Work. PATRICIA A. LYGA ... La Crosse . . . Physical Therapy ... St. Teresa ' s College . . . Physical Therapy Club, Junior Orchesis. Social Relations Com.. Kickoff Ball. Delta Delta Delta. ELLEN LYONS . . . Detroit, Mich. . . . Art Education Badger Beauty, Summer Prom. Kappa Kappa Gamma. MARILYN R. MAACK Gamma Delta. Wittenberg . . . English . . . Alpha DANIEL J. MacDONALD . . . Stillwater, Minn. . . . Mechanical Engineering ... St. Thomas College . . . N.R.O.T.C, A.S.M.E., Society of Automotive Engineers, Pi Tau Sigma, Tau Beta Pi, Sigma Nu. 153 JAMES W. MacDONALD . . Madison . . . Electrical Engineering - . - University of Chicago . . . A.I.E.E. STEWART R. MacDONALD . . . Evanston, 111. . . . Eco- nomics . . . I-F Council. Sigma Alpha Epstlon. WILLIAM F. MACKENZIE Mankato, Minn. . . Chemi- cal Engineering . . . Gustavus Adolphus College . . . N.R.O.TC. A.ICh.E.. Sigma Nil. GLORIA C. MACKRIE . . . MARYANN MacPHERSON Comparative Literature . . Milwaukee . . . Washington. D Delta Delta Delta. History. C. JOAN T. MADER . . . Gresham . . . Physical Medicine . . . Physical Therapy Club, House Presidents ' Assn., Catholic Daughters. ALICE MAGGOS . . Chicago. 111. Related Art. HELEN M. MAGNUSSON . . . Sussex . . . Home Economics . . . Junior Orchesis. Vanguard. Women ' s Independent House Formal, chrm. decorations. ANDREW J. MAGYAR . . . Madison . . . Agricultural Edu- cation . . . Oshkosh State Teachers College . . . F.F.A., vice- pres., Dairy Products Judging Team, Alpha Zeta. Jommij (bohMijA, ihomboruL . . . CAROLINE MAHAN . . . Oak Park, 111. . . . Economics . . . Work Day, Wake-up. chrm.. Student Board. Panhellenic Council. Senior Swingout, Orientation, Mortar Board, I-F- Panhellenic Public Relations Board, Panhel Ball, Ann Emery Hall, treas., Humorology, finance chrm.. 1948 Badger, bus. mm., Pi Beta Phi. ROBERT F. MAHER . . . Milwaukee . . . Anthropology . . . University of Iowa . . . Wrestling, W Club. A.V.C. JANET J. MAHLER . . . Brooklyn, N. Y. . . . English Litera- ture . . . Social Relations Com., Hoofers, Cardinal, Dover House, vice-pres., Phi Sigma Sigma. Chemical Engi- JOHN MALENICK ... St. Clair, Penn. . neering . . . Alpha Chi Sigma. CLARENCE F. MALINOWSKI . . . Superior . . . Accounting . . . Michigan College of Mining and Technology . . . New- man Club. Phi Kappa, vice-pres. FRED J. MANCHESKI . . . Stevens Point . . . Mechanical , Engineering . . . M.E.S.W., A.S.M.E.. Society of Automotive Engineers, Sigma Alpha Epsilon. ROSE E. MANCUSO . . . Juliet, 111. . . . Pharmacy . . . Joliet Junior College . . . A. Ph. A., Newman Club, Catholic Daugh- ters, Kappa Epsilon. pies., Sigma Kappa, vice-pres.. Rho Chi. sec. MARJORIE E. MANDT . . . Baraboo . . . Economics . . . W.S.G.A. Fashion Show. Careers Conference, Orientation, Panhellenic Council, Union Activities Bureau, Union Dance Com.. Student Board. Elections Com.. Student Board. Pers. Com.. Wisconsin Hostess Unit, Alpha Chi Omega. DOLORES MANN . . . Madison . . . French . . . Milwaukee Extension . . . French Club. Sigma Epsilon Sigma. SHIRLEY B. MANZER . Madison lieliemc Council. Delia C.imma. Milw aukei . . Spanish . . . Pan- Accounting . . . Beta WARREN MAPES Alpha Psi. WILLIAM J. MARCOUILLER . . . White Lake . . . Electrical Engineei ing . . . College of si. Thomas . . . Swimming Team 154 ANITA MARCUS . . . Brookline. Mass. . . . English . . . Mary Washington College . . . Women ' s Independent House For- mal, Union Music Com. ANITA J. MARCUS . . . Milwaukee . . . Journalism . . . University of Pittsburgh . . . Victoria House, pres.. Women ' s Independent House Formal, pub. chrm., Coranto. Badger, Theta Sigma Phi. JAMES A. MARESH . . . Manitowoc . . . Marketing . . . Uni- versity of Marquette . . . Beta Theta Pi. JANET D. MARKHAM . . . Janesville . . . Occupational Therapy . . . Presbyterian Student Center, Women ' s Inde- pendent House Formal, dec. chrm.. Occupational Therapy Club, sec. W.S.G.A. Women ' s Administrative Com. SEYMOUR J. MARKOE . . . Manhattan. N. Y. . . . Marketing . . . Princeton University . . . Cardinal. Phi Epsilon Pi, pres GEORGE E. MARWARDT Education . . . Tumbling. Sheboygan Physical CLAUDIA E. MARSH Milwaukee-Downer . . . . . Watertown Delta Zeta. Spanish ROSEMARY MARSH . . . Elroy . . . Social Work . . . Cardinal, Union News Bureau, Union Music Com., Pythia, Social Work Club, Elizabeth Waters, pres., Psi Chi. DONALD S. MARTELL . . . Dartmouth. Wauwatosa Psychology ChuLcL dioHUu ndnq- button, . . . DAVID C. MARTIN . . . Fort Atkinson neering . . . A.I.E.E.. Kappa Eta Kappa. ELIZABETH E. MARTIN Advertising . . . Coranto. Madison Electrical Engi- Journalism- JOHN A. MARTIN . . . Waukesha . Carroll College . . . Alpha Phi Omega. Psychology LUCILLE E. MARTIN . . . Walworth . . . Related Art . . . Whitewater State Teachers College . . . Home Economics Club, Presbyterian Student Group. MARY A. MARTIN . . Orientation, Delta Zeta. Wauwatosa Economics NANCY G. MARTIN . . . Brooklyn, N. Y. . . . Political Science . . . Oberlin College . . . Chi Omega. ROBERT F. MARTIN . . . Janesville French Club, Hoofers. ROBERT J. MARTIN . . . De Pere . . Kappa Epsilon. WORTHY F. MARTIN . . . West Allis Engineering. . . Economics . . . Finance . . . Delta . Mechanical LUTHER J. MASON . . . Wittenberg . . . American Insti- tutions—Geography ... St. Olaf College . . . W.H.A. Announcer, W.H.A. Players. Baseball. French Club. LUCY MARTINO . . . Milwaukee waukee State Teachers College. Journalism Mil- MERRY MARX . . . Cincinnati, Ohio . . . English Literature . . . Union Workshop Com., Dover House, pres. 155 PATRICIA D. MASON . . . Hoofers, Wiskits. Corydon, Ind. Economics HELEN I. MATHEWS . . Green Bay . . . Commerce. JEAN A. MATICKA . . . Peoria, 111. . . . Botany . . . Forensic Board, Phi Beta. JOHN T. MATTESON . . Western Michigan College Chi. La Crosse . . . Insurance . . . . . Union Trends Com., Sigma JOHN J. MATTILA, JR. . . . Eveleth, Minn. . . . Chemical Engineering . . . Minot State Teachers . . . Alpha Chi Sigma. DONALD R. MATTSON ... St. Croix Falls . . . . House Presidents ' Council. . Journalism EUGENE D. MAURER. JR. . . . Lansdowne. Penn. . . . Industrial Relations . . . Orientation. Elections, Sigma Alpha Epsilon. SHIRLEY G. MAXFIELD . . . Wisconsin Dells . . . Social Work . . . Cardinal, Spanish Club, Social Work Club, sec, Coranto, Y.W.C.A. ELIZABETH J. MAXON Marquette University . . . . . Racine L.S.A. Philosophy . UbAtkL AmwMcL iowsL MARY P. 1 MAYBAY Columbia. Mo. . . . Dance . Stephens C ollege . . . Orchesis. PATRICIA A. McADAMS . . . Madison . . . Zoology . Local Studi snts ' Assn. BARBARA R. McBRIEN . . . Madison . . . Zoology . Milwaukee Extension Sigma Epsilon Sigma. KATHLEEN A. McCABE . . . Fond du Lac . . . Child De- velopment . . . Castalia. Orchestra, Wiskits, Junior Orchesis, Delta Zeta, pres. ROBERT J. McCAIN . . Wisconsin Rapids . . . Physical Education . . . Varsity Baseball, Varsity Football. CLIFFORD T. MCCARTHY . . . Rockford, 111. . . . Applied Art . . . Layton School of Art . . . University Photographic Club. University Socialists ' Club, pres. JO ANN MCCARTHY . . . Kaukauna . . . International Relations . . . Mundelein College . . . Sigma Delta Pi, Chi Omega. JACK R. McCOMBS . . . Madison . . . Accounting. NORBERT G. McCORMICK . . . Madison . . . Chemistry, PATRICK J. McCORMICK . Madison . . . Light Building . . . University of Idaho • . . Newman club. ROBERT H. McCUTCHIN nomii Ai ena Agricultural Eco- DEWEY E. Mcdonald . , . Wcsi Frankfort, III Chemistry . . . Illinois stale Normal University, 156 MARY C. McDONALD . . . Saginaw, Mich. . . . Physical Education ... St. Mary of the Woods College . . . Kappa Kappa Gamma. MARGIE McELROY . . . Ponca City, Okla . . . Dance . . . University of Oklahoma . . . Orchesis, Kappa Alpha Theta. ALBERT J. McGINNIS State Teachers College Madison Players. JAMES G. McGUIRE neering. ROGER T. McHUGH . . . Madison . Chilton . . Law . . . Superior . . Mechanical Engi- Pharmacv. THOMAS C. McHUGH . . . Lakewood. Ohio . . . Miami University and Oberlin College . Badger Photography Editor. Kappa Sigma. Zoology Hoofers, KATHERINE M. McINTOSH . Delta Gamma. . Edgerton English . THOMAS McJOYNT Janesville. JANE M. McKENNA . . . New York, N. Y. . . . Electrical Engineering . . . City College of New York ... St. Pat ' s Dance, dec. chrm., Newman Club, Catholic Daughters, A.I.E.E. 3 oh, {jJ-Qiub (bcu thiumphA, • • GEORGE W. McKERROW . . . Pewaukee . . . Dairy Industry . . . Purdue . . . Saddle and Sirloin, pres., Livestock Judging Team, Little International, gen. chrm., Agricultural Student Council, Babcock Dairy Science Club, 4-H Club. Blue Shield, Alpha Gamma Rho. HAROLD A. McMILLER . . . Coloma . . . Landscape Archi- tecture . . . Landscape Council Ring, pres. ALICE R. McPHERSON . . . Milwaukee SARAH L. MEAD Gamma. Chicago. 111. Medical Science. English . . . Delta Mechanical Engineering JOHN A. MEANS . . . Beloit . . . University of Minnesota. LUCILLE E. MECCA . . Madison . . . Medical Science . . . Wesley Foundation, Three Squares Club, Pre-Medica, Alpha Epsilon Iota. ROBERT A. MEDENWALD . . . Reedsburg . . . Electrical Engineering . . . Tau Beta Pi, Eta Kappa Nu. ARTHUR G. MEHL . . . Wauwatosa . . . Accounting . . . University Religious Council, pres. SUDARSHAN L. MEHTA . . . Saharanpur, (U.P.) India . . . Agronomy . . . Delhi University . . . International Club, pics.. Union House Com., chrm.. Union Directorate, treas.. Union Council, Union Open House, chrm.. Homecoming Finance, chrm.. Summer Prom, Student Leader Conference. Phi Eta Sigma. St. MARGARET A. MEIERANT . . . Wellington. Kas. . . . History . . . Kansas State Teachers College . . . Women ' s Local Student Assn. ELINORE E. MEIER . Merrill . . . Botany. ROBERT J. MEIER . . . Chilton . . . Commerce Francis Major Seminary. 157 JANE J. MEIGS . . . Elm Grove . . . Occupational Therapy . . . College of St. Catherine ... Pi Beta Phi. ELLEN M. MEISEKATHEN . . Madison . . . Home Eco- nomics , . . Newman Club. Catholic Daughters. Orientation. ARTHUR P. MEISSNER . . . Marquette. Milwaukee . . . Accounting ANTON O. MELBY Blair . . . Band. JANICE H. MELLINGER Chemical Engineering Jamaica. N. Y. English. LORRAINE A. MENHARDT . . . Sheboygan . . . Physical Therapy . . . Physical Therapy Club. Physical Therapy Publication. University U.S.O. Hostess. Wiskits. NATALIE A. MENNING . . . Catawba . . . Applied Art . . . Union Gallery Com.. Badger, Calvary Student Council. Sigma Lambda, sec. CARL B. MERISALO . . Superior . . . Philosophy— Eco- nomics . . . Superior State Teachers College . . . Residence Halls Caucus, pres.. Senior Council. RONALD C. MERKLEY ment. Menasha . . . Labor Manage- Cbv sunph bssih. boith, cl pkL . . , DANIELLE D. MERLING . . . Miami. Fla. . . . French, Spanish, and Russian . . . International Club, French Club, Spanish Club, Russian Club, Phi Sigma Sigma. PHYLLIS MERRILL . . . Racine . . . Chemistry . . . Stephens College . . . Thesis— " Solubilities mf the Metal Nitrates in Various Organic Solvents. " THOMAS D. MERRILL . . . Madison . . . Light Building Industry ... St. Olaf College. ROY M. MERSKY . . . New York. NY... Labor Eco- nomics . . . New York University . . . Y.P.C.A.. N.A.A.C.P., Players. ELLEN M. MERTZ College. Oshkosh . . . Journalism . . . Rosary JACQUELIN E. METCALF . . . Elmhurst. 111. . . . Occu- pational Therapy . . . Y.W.C.A. Cabinet. Christmas Festival. Hoofers, Winter Carnival. Orientation, Occupational Therapy Club. Alpha Xi Delta. JOHN A. METCALFE . . . Oconomowoc . . . Mechanical Engineering . . . University of California . . . M.H.A. Home- coming Guest, chrm.. Varsitv Swimming. Orientation, Chi Phi. GLORIA L. METZ . . . Milwaukee . . . English. FREDRICK A. METZNER . . . Sheboygan . . . Speech Education . . . Players. FRED O. MEURER . . . Milwaukee . . . Mechanical Engi- neering . . . Milwaukee Extension . . Football, Wrestling. Badger Village Councilman. ALVIN R. MEYER . . Shorewood • . . History . . . Ohio We leyan University and Indiana State Teachers . . . Union Si icial Relations Com. BARBARA J. MEYER . . . Marymounl Co ( " ...iiiiii.i Milwaukee . . Social Woi N . . Delta Kappa Delia. Dl Ita iss EARL A MEYER . . . Chilton Rille and Pistol Club. Physics . . . Pistol Team, MARTIN J. MEYER. JR . . . Neenah . . . Physical Education . . . Football, Track, W Club. Physical Education Club. Delta Tau Delta, vice-pres. MELVIN C. MEYER . . . Milwaukee . . . American Insti- tutions . . . Delta Sigma Pi. RICHMOND G. MEYER . . . Kohler . . . Band. ROBERT P. MEYER . . . Milwaukee . . . Physics . . . Uni- versity of Oregon . . . Theta Chi. VICTOR C. MEYER . . . Janesville . . . Political Science . . . Badger Board, Recognitions Com., chrm., Union Dance Corn- Union Entertainment Com., chrm.. Student Government Research Com., chrm., Campacabana Com., Orientation, I-F Ball, gen. chrm.. Summer Prom. pub. rel. chrm.. I-F Council. Homecoming, Academic Relations Com.. Summer Student Board, vice-pres., National Student Assn.. Senior Council, Junior Prom, Theta Delta Chi. HARVEY M. MEYERHOFF . . . Baltimore. Md. . . . Real Estate . . . Cardinal, Elections. Secretarial Com. of Student Board, Summer Student Board, sec. Orientation, pub. rel. coordinator. Student Leadership Conference, chrm.. I-F Board. Campus Red Cross Drive, co-chrm., Student Board, Pi Lambda Phi, treas. TAMARR M. MIANSIAN W.H.A. Players. . Kenosha . . . Speech MOLLIE L. MICHAEL . . . Paducah. Ky. . . . Clothing and Textiles . . . Hostess Com.. W.S.G.A.. Pers. Com., Careers Conference. Women ' s Lodging House Council, Women ' s In- dependent House Formal. 3 da. (jJohkdcu mstmohisA. . . . NANCY L. MICHAEL . . . Milwaukee . . . Psychology . . . Connecticut College . . . Psi Chi, Delta Gamma. GLENN O. MICHAELS . . . Alma . . . Chemistry . . . Uni- versity of Tennessee . . . Phi Eta Sigma. Alpha Chi Sigma. HELEN J. MICHELS . . . Cedarburg . . . Clothing and Textiles . . . Ripon College . . . W.S.G.A. Style Show, Pi Beta Phi. WILLIAM R. MICKELSEN . . . Racine . . . Mechanical Engineering . . . M.H.A. Cabinet, Society of Automotive Engineers, Tau Beta Pi, Pi Tau Sigma, vice-pres.. Phi Eta Sigma. RUTH H. MILES . . . Fennimore . . . Medical Technology . . . Alpha Delta Sigma, pres.. Sigma Epsilon Sigma. AUSTIN D. MILLER leader. Racine . . . Economics Cheer- CHARLOTTE L. MILLER ... La Crosse . . . Related Arts . . . Stephens College . . . Junior Orchesis. GLENN E. MILLER . . . Wauwatosa . . . Journalism . . . Daily Cardinal, executive editor. Phi Eta Sigma. Sigma Delta Chi. GORDON R. MILLER Marquette University. Milwaukee Marketing JOYCE E. MILLER . . . Wauwatosa . . . Journalism . . . Daily Cardinal, assoc. editor. Mortar Board. Orientation, Theta Sigma Phi, Sigma Epsilon Sigma. Phi Beta Kappa, Alpha Xi Delta, pres. MARIAN M. MILLER . . . Whitewater . . . Home Economics . . . Euthenics. Haresfoot Costume Consultant, Gamma Phi Beta. MIRIAM R. MILLER . ment . . . Omicron Nu. Wyoming, Ohio . . . Child Develop- 159 ROBERT H. MILLER . . . Indianapolis, Ind. . . . Dairy Industry . . . University of Indiana . . . Babcock Club. ROBERT J. MILLER . . . Racine . . . Labor Relations . . . Orientation. Baseball, I-F Ball. Sigma Alpha Epsilon. WALLACE H. MILLER WILLIAM F. MILLER Ripon College. WINIFRED E. MILLER Institutions. Green Bay Accounting. . Madison . . . Economics . . . . . Lockport, 111. . . . American EDWARD R. MILLS . . . Milwaukee . . . Finance . . . Varsity Basketball. W Club. Senior Class, pres.. Kappa Sigma. CHESTER MINKOWSKI . . . Kenosha A.V.C., M.H.A. Radio Club, vice-pres. Marketing . . . JERRY G. MINOR . . . Des Moines, Iowa . . . Chemical Engineering ... St. Ambrose College . . . A.I.Ch.E., Sigma Nu. FRANCIS MINTZ and Blade, Hillel. Madison . . . Accounting Scabbard Wma, fioobif Jfutp ' L, pidLute . . . SYLVESTER M. MISOVY . . . Cudahy . . . Speech . . . Milwaukee State Teachers College . . . Players, W.H.A. Players. Union Dance Com., Newman Club. ROBERT J. MITCHELL . . . Smackover, Ark. . . . Mechani- cal Engineering ... St. Ambrose College . . . W Club. Fencing, capt.. Wisconsin Engineer. Student Board of Ath- letics, A.S.M.E. ALICE A. MITTELSTAEDT . . . Manitowoc . Pythia. Union Forum Com., Alpha Xi Delta. English RICHARD T. MIYAGAWA . . . . San Jose State College Wrestling. HARRY S. MOCKRUD Mavi. Hawaii . . . Recreation . . Boxing, capt., W Club. Westby . . JOANN R. MOELLER . . . Milwaukee Lawrence College . . . Delta Gamma. Economics. . . Sociology . MAYNARD H. MOEN . . Amherst Platteville State Teachers College . . . . Accounting . Beta Alpha Psi. JAMES W. MOHR . . . Milwaukee . . . Mechanical Engi- neering ... Pi Tau Tau Beta Pi. A.S.M.E. JOHN E. MOHR Manitowoc . . Civil Engineering . . . le . . . Thesis— " The irj . t and Design of a Reinfoi ced Cone 1 1 tc Office Building. " . . Francis Creek Commerce ROBERT D. MOHR Lawrence College. STANLEY MOHR B klyn, N. Y. . . . Zoology ill ' I-- al Club, Rifle Ti am, Phi Sigma Delta, treas. wilma M. MOILANEN Wi Bend Speech Orientation, Careei i •• forensic, Women ' s Debate I ■ am, Phi Bela. L60 5Ta LOUIS F. MONAHAN . . . Powhatan Point . . . Electrical Engineering . . . Oberlin . . . Football. Kappa Sigma. HASLEE F. MONK . . . Wausau . . . American Institutions . . . Siebecker House, pres.. Conrad House, pies.. Basketball, mgr., R.O.T.C, Alpha Chi Rho. DALE G. MONSON . . . Janesville . . . Electrical Engi- neering . . . Oberlin College . . . Wrestling. Kappa Sigma. LEONA MONSON . . River Forest. 111. . . . Economics . . . Seton Hill College . . . W.S.G.A. Booklet Com.. Student Board Pers. Com.. Faculty Relations Com.. Alpha Phi, treas. GEORGE H. MONTEMAYOR . . . Janesville . . . Mechanical Engineering . . . University of Colorado . . . Tau Beta Pi. Pi Tau Sigma. Society of Automotive Engineers. Delta Tau Delta. EUGENE S. MONTGOMERY . . . Miami. Fla. . . . Political Science . . . University of South Carolina. Beloit College . . . I-F Board. Pi Kappa Alpha. BETTY L. MOORE . . . Lake Mills . . . Speech Education . . . Professional Panhellenic Council. Zeta Phi Eta, Alpha Xi Delta. E. LOIS MOORE Union Dance Com. Scarsdale, N. Y. Psychology ARNE A. MORGENSEN . . . Brooklyn. NY... English . . . New York University . . . Men ' s Chorus. Norse Club. International Club, Union Theater Com. J oJl ihsL Sad, $acL Shu lsL, DEAN W. MORRILL . . . Eau Claire . . . Electrical Engi- neering . . . Eau Claire State Teachers College . . . A.I.E.E., Kappa Eta Kappa. HELENE MORRIS N.S.A. Staff Member. Rochester. N. Y. Spanish WALTER P. MORTENSEN . . . Waupaca . . . Soils . . . Central Washington College . . . Blue Shield. Saddle and Sirloin. Delta Theta Sigma.. JEAN A. MOSELEY JUNE I. MOSELEY . Beloit . . . Social Work. Beloit . . . Social Work. ROBERTA A. MOSHER . . . Richland Center . . . Home Economics . . . Y.W.C.A., Euthenics. 4-H Club, Blue Shield. ROSE L. MOSIGIAN . Sigma Epsilon Sigma KATHLEEN P. MOTELET Science. Madison . . . Applied Art . . . Madison . . . Medical ROBERT E. MOUL . . . Milwaukee . . . Psychology . . . Men ' s Halls Political Assn.. Union Games Com.. Orientation. Daily Cardinal. " The Badger Beat. " Octopus. Badger Party. DELORES V. MROSS Milwaukee Extension . Kappa Epsilon. . Milwaukee . . . Pharmacy . . . American Pharmaceutical Assn.. . Milwaukee . . . Pharmacy Wisconsin Pharmaceutical TONY J. MUEHLBAUER. JR. . . . Milwaukee Extension . . Society. LAWRENCE F. MUEHLING . . . Manchester, N. H. . . . Journalism . . . Union News Bureau. Union Commons Com.. W.H.A. Announcer. Sigma Delta Chi. Sigma Phi. 161 tr " ■ " . ' . " .-„■ ;• ' .•. ' xH3sS : ■ " v. : ' - " " : S GERTRUDE M. MUELLER May JAMES H. MUELLER . . Milwaukee " mics . . . Milwaukee Extension . . Economics. Mathematics — MARJORIE N. MUELLER . . Streator. 111. ... PI. Therapy . . . Western Illinois Teachers College . . . Physical Therapy Club. A.V.C. ROBERT J. MUELLER . . Aberdeen. S. D. . . . Electrical Engineering . . . North Carolina State College . . . A.I.E.E.. , of Aut .in.. live Engineers. Kappa Eta Kappa. JOHN H. MUETTERTIES Delta Sigma Pi. Elgin. 111. WILLIAM J. MULLEN . . . Appleion Washington and Lee University. Statistics . Geography VIRGENE MULLENDORE . . . Viola . . . Home Economics . . . Wesley Foundation. 4-H Club. Euthenics. Blue Shield. Omicron Nu. JUSTUS A. MULLER . . . Muscatine. Iowa . . . Mathematics ... St. Ambrcse College. EDWIN A. MUNDY Milwaukee Extension. Wauwatosa . . . Accounting JhsL U$$aJuL o ' fy7... JOHN B. MUNSON . . . Montpelier. Iowa . . . Electrical Engineering ... St. Ambrose . . . N.R.O.T.C., Varsity Cross- country, capt.. Student Athletic Board, pres.. A.S.E.E.. Kappa Sigma. RICHARD K. MURISON . . . Eau Claire . . . Natural Science . . . Band. Sigma Chi. PAUL T. MURPHY . . . Chippewa Falls . . . Mechanical Engineering . . . Pershing Rifles. A.S.M.E.. Society of Auto- motive Engineers, Theta Delta Chi. BARBARA A. MURRAY . . . Eveleth. Minn. . . . Psychology . . . Eveleth Junior College . . . Red Cross. Wiskits. Pythia. Phi Beta, Kappa Kappa Gamma. JEANETTE C. MUSTAIN . . . Hutchins in, Kan. . . . Psy- chology . . . Y.W.C.A.. Players. World Youth Organization. Barnard Hall Governing Counsel, Chi Omega, sec. BARBARA E. MYERS . . . Ossinning, N. Y. . . . Economics . . Union Theater Com., sec, W.S.G.A. Pers. Com., chrm.. Orientation, Senior Swingout, asst. gen. chrm.. Careers Con- ference. W.S.G.A., vice-pres.. Union Coffee Com.. Alpha Epsilon Phi. pres. HAL L. MYERS . . . Indianapolis. Ind. . . . International Relations . . . Purdue . . . French Club. Circle Club. Inter- national Relations Com.. Bicrman House, pres.. Solalinde Scholarship. PHYLLIS E. MYHRE , Stanley . . . Medical Technology Badger, Calvary Lutheran Student Assn.. Women ' s Inde pendent Houses Counsel. Davenport House, pres.. Alpha i lell i Theta, Alpha Xi Delta. RICHARD A. MYREN . . . Madison . . . Chemistry . . . Pel fling Rifles, international Club. Spanish Club. Alpha Chi s i ■ : 1 1 1 .■ i Cynthia NAGEL . . . Chicago, ill. . . Economics . . . W.S.G A.. Sigma Epsilon Sigma, Pi Lambda Theta. DIANE NATOVICH Chicago, III. . . French . . . French Club Hillel, W.Y.O. Representative ALAN M. NEDRY Madison . . Law , . . University ,.r Alabama . . . i.aw Ball Com. Moot Court, Phi Delta Phi, pre Sigma Nu. 162 GLENN E. NEESLEY neerins . . . A.I.E.E. Oconomowoc . . . Electrical Engi- PATTIE R. NEILSON . . . Milwaukee . . . Art Education . . . Pt ( mi Decorations, Union Terrace Time, Freshman Open House, Gamma Phi Beta. MAY D. NEITMAN . . . Waupun . . . Home Economics . . . Lawrence College . . . Ag. Student Council, Blue Shield. Country Magazine. Euthenics, 4-H Club. pres. GEORGE H. NELSON . Troy Center . . . Agricultural Education . . . F.F.A., pres. GEORGE W. NELSON ... La Crosse . . . Pharmacy . . . La Crosse State Teachers College . . . U. W. Pharmaceutical Society, Kappa Psi, Rho Chi. HARRIET D. NELSON . . . Y.W.C.A., L.S.A. Milltown Home Economics HELEN L. NELSON . . . Milwaukee . . . Journalism . . . Cardinal, Wiscetiquette, W.S.G.A. Fashion Show. Orienta- tion, Work Day, W.S.G.A. Centennial, publicity. Charity Ball. Coranto, Alpha Gamma Delta. JANE NELSON . . . Kennan . . . Social Work . . . Pythia, vice-pres.. Band. Social Work Club, treas., W.A.A. MARIE J. NELSON . . . Ladysmith . Debate. Cardinal, Castalia. Orientation. Journalism ClnxL iwomoJUL bandA. foA. fihonc. RICHARD W. NELSON . . . Racine . . . Political Science . . . Milwaukee Extension . . . Badger Christian Fellowship. ROBERT C. NELSON . . . Chicago, 111 . . . Commerce . . . Norse Club. Alpha Delta Sigma. ROBERT L. NELSON . . . Green Eay . . . Mechanical Engi- neering . . . A.S.M.E.. Society of Automotive Engineers. ROBERT W. NELSON . . . Superior . . . American Insti- tutions . . . Superior State Teachers College. RUTH L. NELSON . . . Chicago. 111. . . . Labor Management . . . Band, Orientation, Women ' s Commerce Club. Profes- sional Panhellenic Council, W.S.G.A., Panhel Council. Phi Chi Theta, Alpha Gamma Delta. RUTH M. NELSON . . . Madison . . . Dietetics and Insti- tutional Management . . . Symphony Orchestra, Union Music Com., Orientation, Careers Conference, Summer Prom, W.S.G.A. Judicial Com., Style Show, Ag Council, Christine Steenbock Fellowship, Omicron Nu, Sigma Epsilon Sigma, sec, Kappa Kappa Gamma. VIRGINIA L. NELSON . . . Madison Women ' s Local Student Assn.. W.I. P.O., Orientation, Student Board. . . Psy chology . . . Red Cross Carnival, . Green Bay . . . English . . . Orientation, Concord. W.A.A. . WINIFRED A. NELSON Green Bay Extension . Outing Club. JOHN K. NEMETH . . . Racine . . . Chemical Engineering . . . Shuffle Shop. Lambda Chi Alpha. ELAINE NEMSCHOFF Rockford College. Fond du Lac CALVIN J. NEPRUD Merchandising gan College . . Coon Valley Industrial Management Alpha Kappa Psi. English . Marketing and Western Michi- MARGARET G. NEPRUD . . Conn Valley . . . Political Science . . . Badger Board, pres.. Student Board. Orientation. Cardinal. International Club. Hoofers, Senior Council. Pi Beta Phi 163 i 4 fi DONALD V. NESTINGEN . Blair . . . Journalism . . . i News Bureau. Union Library Cum.. International Club, pub. chrm., International Ciub. Union Directorate, Unii n News Editor, N.S.A. News Bureau, Sigma Delta Chi. HOWARD H. NETHERCUT. JR. . . Milwaukee . ing ..IF Assisting Staff. Alpha Delta Phi. JANE NETHERCUT . . Milwaukee . . . Speech Club. Kappa Alpha Theta. Market- Debate MIRIAM NETZEL . . . Crandon WALTER F. NETZEL ing. Crandon English. . Electrical Engineer- MARVIN J. NEUBERGER . . Port Edwards . . . Political Science . . . First Regimental Band. Concert Band. Inter- national Relations Com., Phi Kappa. RICHARD D. NEUMAN . . . Adams . . . Industrial Relations . . . Harvard . . . Freshman Basketball. EDWARD S. NEUMAN . . . Oshkosh . . . Economics . . . Oshkcsh State Teachers College. WILLIAM G. NEUSTEDTER . . . Wauwatosa . . . Electrical Engineering . . . Milwaukee Extension . . . A.I.E.E. fijwqAamA, cOisl afflortuugL . RICHARD NEVIN . . . Racine . . . Commerce . . . Alpha Kappa Psi. SHEILA A. NEVIN . . . Racine . . . Home Economics . . . Carleton College . . . Gamma Phi Beta. MARJORIE W. NEWBY . . . Grosse Pointe. Mich . . . Psychology . . . Hoofers. Wisconsin Hostess, Jr. Dolphin Club. Cardinal. Y.W.C.A.. Alpha Phi. HELEN NEWMAN . . . Minneapolis, Minn. Dance Com., Spanish Club. Spanish JUDITH A. NEWMAN . . . Milwaukee . . . Journalism . . . Cardinal, Careers Conference, pub. chrm.. W.S.G.A. 50th Anniversary, pub. chrm., Elizabeth Waters Unit II, pres., ato, Orientation. Theta Sigma Phi. GEORGE C. NIELD . . Racine . . . Mechanical Engineering . . . Pershing Rifles. Society of Automotive Engineers. FLORENCE M. NIELSEN . . . West Bend . . . Public Health Nursing . . . Crucible. Senior Swingout, Nurses Dormitory, on Sigma, Chi Omc: JUNE E. NIELSEN Racine Club sec Social Work Club. . Social Work . . . Noise Club. mary E. nielson .Midi on Economics. WALLACE NIEMUTH Waup ca Botany and Con- I-- otball Trai k Ba ketball w Club, PRAKASH K. nigam M indla India Elei m ering . . . Nag] Intel nal ional Club OTHO L. NIKLES. JR. i ily. Mo. 164 Chemisti y ALLEN W. NILES . . . Hartland . . . Physics . . . Thesis— " Investigation of Gas Turbine Blade Temperatures. " JOAN NILLES . . . Madison . . . Speech . . . Union Dance Com., W.H.A. Players, Orientation, Local Student Assn., Alpha Gamma Delta. RICHARD J. NINES . . . West Bend . . . Physical Edu- cation . . . Football, W Club, Delta Tau Delta. NELSON C. NOBLE . . . Janesville . . . Economics Orientation. Kappa Sigma. ANDREW T. NODA . . . Turlock, Calif. . . Modesto Junior College . . . Socialist Club. SHIRLEY S. NOERTZ . Ripon College. Madison Sociology . . . Speech Correction WAYLAND E. NOLAND . . . Madison . . . Organic Chemistry . . . Union Forum Com.. Young Republicans. Orientation, Phi Beta Kappa, Pi Lambda Upsilon, Phi Eta Sigma . . . Thesis — " The reduction of nitro compounds to primary amines on a small laboratory scale to aid in their character- ization. " BARBARA F. NUSBAUM . . . New York. NY.... Ameri- can Institutions . . . Music Com., Orientation, Student Board Academic Relations Com., Pres House. EVELYN A. NUZUM . . . Viroqua . . . Public Health Nursing . . . Orientation, School of Nursing Alumnae. Jo phovjL wsl WUL inbrfladbuaL EVERETT D. NYMAN . . . Madison . . . Pharmacy . . . St. Olaf College . . . Wisconsin Pharmaceutical Assn. HENRY J. OAKES . . . Dayton, Ohio . . . Electrical Engi- neeiing . . . A.I.E.E.. Hoofers. DANIEL C. OAKLEY . . . Milwaukee . . . Chemical Engi- neering . . . Milwaukee Extension . . . Sigma Chi. LOWELL H. OBERLY . . . Milwaukee . . . Physical Edu- cation . . . Wrestling, W Club, Theta Delta Chi. BEVERLY A. OBERT . . . . . Local Student Assn. GEORGE S. O ' BRIEN . Stout Institute. Madison . . . Clothing and Textiles . . Menomonie . . . Zoology . . . PATRICIA J. O ' BRIEN . . . Two Rivers . . . Home Economics Education . . . Euthenics. ROBERT D. O ' DONNELL . . . Madison neering . . . Delta Tau Delta. HOWARD J. OELHOF Phi Beta Kappa. Milwaukee Chemical Engi- . . History . . . LEO A. O ' HEARN . . . Iowa State. Reedsville Chemical Engineering ROZANNE OHSMAN . . . Cedar Rapids, Iowa . . . Psy- chology . . . Union Music Com., Badger, senior editor, W.I.P.O.. Elections. Women ' s Independent House Formal. Lake Lawn House, treas., Sigma Epsilon Sigma, Psi Chi. JOHN L. OKEY . Cassville 165 Accounting. MERVAL W. OLESON neerii V,vi Allis Electi : REINHART C. OLIG . . Malone . . . Chemistry . . . Ohio Wesleyan . . . Sigma Alpha Epsilon. JAMES H. OLK ClintonviUe . . . Pharmacy . . . Sigma Phi Epsilon. EVERETT E. OLSEN Marshfleld . . . Agricultural Edu- cation . . . Blue Shield, 4-H Ciub. F.F.A., Saddle and Sirloin, Alpha Gamma Rho. JOHN W. OLSEN . . . Wauwatosa . . . Chemical Engineering . . . Wisconsin Engineer. Men ' s Chorus, Freshman Crew. Theta Delta Chi. JULIUS C. OLSEN . . . Racine . . . Mechanical Engineering . . . Virginia Polytechnic Institute . . M.E.S.W. RICHARD L. OLSEN . . Madison . . . Speech Education. ROY W. OLSEN . . Chicago. 111. . . . Zoology. HOWARD H. OLSON . . . Chicago, 111. . . . Dairy Husbandry . . . Blue Shield. Saddle and Sirloin, sec. Alpha Zeta, Alpha Gamma Rho. sec. fiauL (RnJbaduorL in, " Oih llo n »mm LILLIAN E. OLSON . . . Wauwatosa . . . Medical Technology . . . Y.W.C.A., Union Music Com.. Ann Emery, treas., Sigma Epsilon Sigma. Alpha Delta Theta. Alpha Gamma Delta, sec. LYLE L. OLSON . . . Delavan . . . Medical Science . . . A Cappella Choir, W.H.A. Vesper Singers, Wayland Club. Men ' s Glee Club. M.H.A. Cabinet. Phi Eta Sigma. NORRIS H. OLSON . . . Milwaukee . . . Labor Management . . . Cardinal, Basketball. Sophomore Honors, Commerce Turnout. Kappa Psi. Beta Gamma Sigma. Sigma Alpha Epsi- lon. NANCY E. O ' MEARA . . . Madison ship . . . Kappa Alpha Theta. ROBERT E. O ' MEARA W.H.A. News Bureau. Recreational Leader- Madison . . . Journalism . . . JOYCE M. ONARHEIM . . . Milwaukee Textiles ... St. Olaf and Stout Institute Com., Campacabana. Dolphin. LAWRENCE E. O ' NEILL ... St. Vincent ' s College. Jeannette. Penn. Clothing and Union Dance Journalism Uite IRENE E. ORKIN . . . New York. N. Y. . . . History ■ . . House Presidents ' Council, German Club. Scholarship Com.. Independent Women ' s Assn. DANIEL ORLANDO . . . Milwaukee . . . Electrical Engl img . . . A.I.E.E.. Sigma Delta Omega. ROBERT E. ORMOND Greenport. N. Y. . . . Food Chemistry . . . Swimming, Kappa Sigma . . . Thesis " Extractii n of Peat For Waxes and Sterols. " MARY L. ORTMAYER . . . Milwaukee . . . English . . . Mademoiselle College Board, Red Cross, Canteen Hostess, W.S.G.A. Style Show. Humor, logy. Workshop. Campacabana. Gamma Phi Beta JAMES R. ORWIG lakland, Calif 166 Marketing S5 RICHARD E. OSTERHOUT . . . Players, Delta Sigma Pi. Milwaukee . Economics GENE L. OSWALD . . . Rockford. HI r.eering . . . University of Dubuque . STANLEY J. OTIS . . . Madison . Mechanical Engi- Sigma Nu. ROBERT L. OTT . . . Milwaukee and Mechanics. Industrial Management. Applied Mathematics JEAN R. OTTENSTEIN . Milwaukee Extension . . . Omega, pres. DONOVAN O. OTTESON . . Milwaukee . . . English . . . Hiliei. Langdon Manor, sec, Tri Waunakee LLOYD L. OTTESON Waunakee Dairy Industry. Animal Science. ARLISS C. OTTO . . . Menomonee Falls . . . Textile Chem- istry . . . Y.W.C.A., 4-H Club, Blue Shield, Home Ec. Club. DUANE E. OTTUM . . . Blue River . . . Agricu ltural Edu- cation . . . Platteville State Teachers College . . . F.F.A. JhsL £wdtL " 0 WUMjul jl WIwsl • • ELIZABETH J. OVERBY . . . Menasha . . . Physical Edu- cation . . . Dolphin Club, Women ' s Athletic Assn. Board, Orientation, Wiskits, Physical Education Club. ROBERT G. OYAAS . . . Superior Superior State Teacheis College. LLOYD W. PAGE Reedsburg ALBERT A. PALERMO neerins. Racine . . Economics . . . History. . . Chemical Engi- EDWARD J. PALLIS . . . Superior . . . Mechanical Engi- neering . . . Superior State Teachers College. DALE H. PALMATIER . . . Port Edwards . . . Electrical Engineering . . . A.I.E.E. GRAHAM G. PALMER . . . Waban. Mass. . . . Freshman Swimming, Chi Psi. Marketing KENNETH P. PALMER . . . Edgerton . . . Business Adminis- tration . . . Y.M.C.A. Cabinet, Commuters ' Club, pres.. Hares- foot, Union Commons Com., Choir. Union Directorate. LORIS J. PALMER . . . Wisconsin Dells . . . Journalism . . . Stout Institute . . . Coranto, Theta Sigma Phi. FELIX A. PANKRATZ . . . Marshfield . . . Dairy Industry . . . Babcock Dairy Science Club, 4-H Club. Blue Shield, Alpha Gamma Rho. BEN PANSKY . . . Milwaukee . . . Zoology. PATRICIA A. PASCHEN . . . Wauwatosa . . . Medical Tech- nology . . . Orientation, Panhel Council. Panhel Ball, Eliza- beth Waters II, sec, Union Dance Com., Union Hostess Com., Delta Delta Delta, Alpha Delta Theta. 167 JANET R. PATLOW . . Wauwatosa . . . Occupational Therapy . . Orientation. Occupational Therapy Club, Chi Omega WILLIAM N. PATTERSON Evansville . . . Agriculture Education . . . Wayland Club, Collegiate F.F.A. DOROTHY N. PAUL . . Wauwatosa . . . Occupational Therapy . . Orientation. Occupational Therapy Club. Cas- talia, Alpha Chi Omega. RUSSELL A. PAVLAT neering. JEAN PEARLMAN . . . At Ease Com. . . . Algoma . . . Electrical Engi- Rochester. N. Y. . . . Spanish . . . DAVID A. PEARSON . . . Montfort Industry . . . Rice Institute. ALYCE K. PECK . . . Chicago. 111. Light Building English. VIRGINIA M. PECK . . . Baraboo . . . Psychology . . . Orientation, Senior Swingout, Faculty Relations Com.. Wis- kits, Psi Chi. THOMAS E. PEDERSON Regimental Band. Viroqua Accounting (KwYWholaqi and, (jrfiAkiiA, . . . SAMUEL G. PERLSON . . . Milwaukee . . . Medicine . . . Phi Eta Sigma. Pi Lambda Phi, Phi Delta Epsilon. ROGER L. PERRY . . . Waterloo . . . Accounting . . . Country Magazine. Commerce Council, Alpha Kappa Psi, pies. PHILIP H. PERSON Milwaukee Extension International Com Milwaukee . . . Mathematics . . . . Symphony Orchestra. Y.M.C.A. MARGARET A. PESUT . . . DeKalb, 111. . . . Economics . . . Senior Council. W.S.G.A. Fashion Show, gen. chrm.. Y.W.C.A. Christmas Festival. Panhel Ball, gen. chrm.. Panhel Council, Charity Ball. W.S.G.A. Judicial Com.. Langdon Hall, sec, Campus Community Fashion Show. Red Cross, Orientation. ROBERT O. PETERMANN . Milwaukee . . . Advertising. ARTHUR E. PETERSON . . . Curtiss . . . Soils . . . Country Magazine DOROTHY PETERSON . . . Appleton . . . Social Work . . . Lawrence College . . Orientation, Badger. Senior Swingout, At Ease. 770 Club. Alpha Chi Omega. JOAN PETERSON . . . Stevens Point Orientation, Gamma Phi Beta. English JOHN A. PETERSON . . . Eau Claire . . . Chemistry . . . I i -Hi- si in Teachers College ... A Cappella Choir . . . Thesis — " The Solubilities " i Nitrates in Certain Organic Solvents. " marian E. PETERSON Clintonville tnent . . . Oshkosh Stat College Child Develop- ROBERT M. PETERSON . . . Itliiiielamier . , Accounting . . Tenni Union Games C intercollegiate Billiard WALTER J. PETERSON . Span;! , , . Mechanical Bngi I 1 - ! ersity . . . Truax 1 1 pre 168 JOHN F. PETITT . . . Highland Park. N. J. . . . Political Science . . . Pershing Rifles, Cardinal. BETTY J. PETRIE . . . Wauwatosa . . . Chemistry . . . Sophomore Honors, Sigma Epsilon Sigma, pres. WILLARD C. PETRIE . . . Elkhorn . . . Electrical Engi- neering . . . Phi Eta Sigma. Tau Beta Pi. Eta Kappa Nu. HERBERT O. PHILLIPS . . . Madison . . . Accounting . . . Men ' s Residence Halls Cabinet. R.O.T.C, Scabbard and Blade, Beta Alpha Psi. JANICE I. PHILLIPS . . . Janesville . . . English. LEONARD A. PICUS . . . Friendship . . . Economics . . . Student Board Public Relations Com., Interfraternity Coun- cil, Alpha Epsilon Pi. RICHARD J. PIECHOWSKI . Milwaukee . . . Pharmacy. RICHARD L. PIERCE . . . Fontana, Calif. . . . Electrical Engineering. PATRICIA J. PIERICK . . . Milwaukee . . . Psychology . . . Lawrence College . . . Community Chest, Public Relations Com., Delta Gamma. " (hu thbuq Ijdba. " by 9ia m fjooL . . . Sturgeon Bay . . . Chemical JOHN N. PIKE . . . Milwaukee . . . Metallurgical Engi- neering . . . Wisconsin Engineer, Mining Club, Association of Mining and Metallurgical Engineers, Theta Tau, sec, Gamma Mu Epsilon, pres. GEORGE G. PINNEY, JR. Engineering . . . A.I.Ch.E. ANNETTE M. PINNS . . . Chicago, 111. . . . Art Education . . . Badger Art Editor, W.S.G.A.. Careers Conference, sec. Work Day, Orientation, Prom. Sigma Lambda, Alpha Chi Omega. JAMES F. PIOTROWSKI . . . Chippewa Falls . . . Mechani- cal Engineering . . . Eau Claire State Teachers College . . . M.E.S.W.. A.S.M.E. Orientation, Snow Ball, Holy Name So- ciety. BETTY J. PIRTLE . . . Baraboo . . . Art Education . . . Christian Science Organization, Pi Lambda Theta, Sigma Lambda. HYMAN PITT Phi Eta Sigma. . Madison Mathematics . . . A.V.C.. Berwyn, 111. . . . Economics . . . . Campacabana. Orientation, Chi MILDRED J. PLANT . Morton Junior College Omega. PHYLLIS A. PLETTNER . , . Whitefish Bay . . . Journalism . . . Coranto. Cardinal, Dolphin Club. Orchestra, W.A.A. Board. Elections Com., Orientation, Theta Sigma Phi. RUSSELL H. PODOLL . . . Wautoma . . . Mechanical Engi- neering. . Sturgeon Bay . . . Men ' s Halls Assn., Economics . . sec, Chamber- HENRY J. POEHLER . Milwaukee Extension . . Iain House, pres. PAULINE L. POEHLER . . . Sturgeon Bay . . . Home Eco- nomics . . . Milwaukee State Teachers College . . . 4-H Club. Blue Shield. Lutheran Student Assn., Euthenics, Home Eco- nomics Club. CATHERINE M. POETSCH . . . Waukesha . Technology . . . Professional Panhel Council, Delta Theta. Delta Delta Delta, treas. 169 . . Medical sec. Alpha JOSEPH N. POLICH . . . Sturgeon Bay Agricultural Education . . . Future Farmers of Ann DAVID POLLARD New York. N. Y. . . . Political Science . . . University of Houston . . . W.H.A. Script Writer. P] Daily Cardinal, news editor, Dormsylvania, pub. chrm., -. Activities Bureau. Octopus. W.H.A. Players HARRY A. POLLAY . . . Milwaukee . . . Economics. Phi Sigma Delta. Interfraternity Council. Orientation. Hoof- ers, Players. DORRY F. POLLOCK . . . Brooklyn. N .Y. . . . Sociology . . . Alpha Kappa Delta. Campus Community Chest. Women ' s Independent Formal, promotions chrm., World Youth Or- ization, Spanish Fiesta. Red Cross Drive. JAMES A. POLZAR . . . Two Rivers . . . Mechanical Engi- neering . . . Indiana University . . . Theta Tau. Truax Stu- dent Assn., pres.. Society of Automotive Engineers. A.S.M.E. WILLIAM J. POLZIN . . . Oshkosh . . Kappa Sigma. . Bacteriology FRANKLIN G. POOL . . . Ashland . Merchandising . . Northland College . Concert Bands. . . Marketing . . Regimental and and ARTHUR POPE. JR. . . . Marinette . . waukee State Teachers College. . Zoology . . . Mil- KENNETH K. PORT . . Milwaukee . waukee Extension. . . Speech . . . Mil- (plajy iAl " 0( Jh si 9 Sin , " . . . ROBERT L. PORTH . . . Milwaukee . . . Chemical Engi- neering . . . Marquette University . . . Psi Upsilon. HERBERT L. PORTZ . . . Waukesha . . . Agricultural Edu- cation . . . F.F.A.. pres., Agricultural Student Council, Dairy Products Judging Team. Babcock House, pres, 4-H Club, Alpha Zeta. EDWARD F. POSCH. JR. . . . Euclid. Ohio . . . Chemical Engineering . . . Oberlin College . . . N.R.O.T.C, A.I.Ch.E.. vice-pres.. Kappa Sigma. JEAN O. POTTER Necnaii Histor PATRICIA J. POWELL . . . Milwaukee . . Orientation, Y.W.C.A., Kappa Alpha Theta. . Orientation. English . . . JACK F. PRATT . . . Beloit . . . Personnel Management and Industrial Relations . . . Beloit College . . . M.H.A. Cabinet. MURIEL PRAZAK Clinton Economics. FRANK W. PREESHL . . New Richmond . . . Economics . . . California Institute of Technology . . . Rifle Team, International Club. ALICE M. PRESENT . . . East Lansing. Mich. . . . Speech Correction . . . Michigan Slate College. JAMES R. PRICE. JR. . . Milwaukee . . . Electrical Engi- neering . . . Swimming. V Club, Triangle, pies, A.I.E.E., Phi Eta Sigma. moreton B. price Milwaukee . . . Electrical Engi- neering . . . Green Lantern, pies.. Triangle ROBERT G. PRIDE Madi on 170 Economics. DOROTHY C. PROUDFOOT . . . Wilmette. 111. . . . Art Education . . . W.S.G.A., W.S.G.A. Style Show, Junior Prom, Badger, art editor. Summer Student Board, Red Cross, dvc. rhim.. Sigma Lambda, vice-pres.. Gamma Phi Beta, pres. JUDITH M. PRUZAN . . Brooklyn. N. Y. . . . Psychology . . . 770 Club. Social Relations Com.. Sigma Epsilon Sigma. MARY L. PULFORD Racine . . . Related Art. HAROLD C. PULS . . . Milwaukee . . . Dairy Industry . . . Milwaukee Extension . . . Freshman Crew. Hoofers ' Horse Show, Theta Delta Chi. JEAN G. PULS . . . South Milwaukee . . . Clothing and Textiles . . . Milwaukee Extension . . . Independent Women ' s Hi use Formal, Union House Com.. Union Hostess, Orien- tation, Hoofers. Y.W.C.A., Delta Zeta. VERLE F. PYLE . . . Monroe . . . Labor Management . . . Freshman Tennis, Delta Upsilon, vice-pres. HELLEN M. QUADE . . . Wale; 1 o . . . Music . . . Symphony Orchestra. Women ' s Chorus. Richland Center Insurance ROBERT B. QUALY . . . Badger Council. BONNIE J. QUAM . . . Stoughton . . . Home Economics . 4-H Club. Blue Shield, Omicron Nu, Pi Lambda Theta. CbuL " fivuchL dbwsL TlutA " . ARNOLD RADOFF . . Milwaukee American Pharmaceutical Assn. Pharmacy HOPE J. RAFELD . . . Green Bay . . . Art Education . . . Women ' s Rifle Team, Badger. Prom, Panhel Representative, Sigma Lambda, Alpha Chi Omega. FRED L. RAFFEL . . . Shorewood . . . Marketing and Merchandising . . . Marquette University . . . Phi Eta Sigma. Zeta Beta Tau. MARCELLA Orientation. J. RAJEK Merrill English NORMA J. RALSTON . . . Madison . . . Related Art . . . International Relations Com., sec, Pres House, Careers Con- ference, Union Open House, Alpha Gamma Delta. JOHN R. RAMSEY . . . Racine Economics . . . Sigma Chi. JULIE RAMSEY . . . Racine . . College . . . Badger, Pi Beta Phi. Philosophy Smith MYRTON C. RAND . . . Madison . . . Biochemistry . . . Thesis — " Studies on submerged citric acid fermentation. " BERYL A. RANDALL . . . Stoughton, Mass. . . . Physical Education . . . University of Virginia . . . Dolphin Club. Physical Education Club. Wiskits. STEFFEN W. RANKIN . . . Pewaukee . . . Dairy Industry . . . Babcock Dairy Science Club, Alpha Gamma Rho. MERTEN W. RASMUSSEN . . . Oshkcsh . . . Public Rela- tions and Newspaper . . . Oshkosh State Teachers College . . . Phi Eta Sigma, Sigma Delta Chi. PHYLLIS J. RASMUSSON . . . Wauwatosa . . . Home Eco- nomics — Journalism . . . Elizabeth Waters Unit I. pres., Careers Conference, chrm., Castalia. W.S.G.A., pres.. Phi Upsilon Omicron, Omicron Nu. Crucible, Mortar Board, Alpha Chi Omega, pres. 171 lM aJm . ' ShK, PATRIC W. RASTALL . Delhi Theta. DONALD J. RATHMANN . . . East Hill News, editor. JOHN S. RAYMOND University oi Washington. Racine . . . Zoology . . . Phi . . Milwaukee . . . Journalism Edgerton . . . Commerce . . . MARJORIE P. RAYMOND . Edgerton . . . Commerce Orientation, Concert Band. University Dames. Sophomore Honors, Sigma Epsilon Sigma. EUGENE M. RECKNAGEL . . . . Carroll College. Waukesha . . . Accounting DANIEL W. REEP . . . Madison . . . American Institutions . . University of Hawaii . . . Wesley Foundation Cabinet Band. Badger. EUNICE M. REEP . . . Madison . . . Clothing and Textiles . . . Local Students ' Assn., Badger, Orienta tion. Wisconsin Dames. JAMES REHBERGER . . . West Allis . . . Mathematics . . . Park College and University of Michigan . . . Swimming Team. Camera Club. NORMAN H. REICHARD Manitowoc 3 DotbcdL J ' dHlq.l: diopsA. %dowl . . . Commerce. ERNEST R. REICHMANN . . . Madison . . . Mechanical Engineering . . . Purdue University ... Pi Tau Sigma. GERALDINE R. REICHMANN . . . Madison . . . Child Development . . . Red Cross Decorations, chrm., L.S.A., sec. CHARLES W. REID . . . Rhinelander . . . Psychology . . . White House, pies.. Badger Club Council, Orientation. EDITH E. RIEDHAUSER . . . Neenah . . . Nursing Edu- cation . . . Mercy Hospital. Oshkosh and Cook County School of Nursing. ISABEL R. REIDLE . . . Yuba . . . Merchandising . . . Campacabana, Pres House. Women ' s Commerce Club. vice- Elizabeth Waters Executive Council. Phi Chi Theta. ROBERT J. REIERSON . . Madison . . . Animal Husbandry . . . Track. Cross-country. W Club. Band, Pershing Rides. Saddle and Sirloin. Delta Theta Sigma. DONALD P. REIFF . Milwaukee ne ring . . . Milwaukee Extension . Society of Automotive Engini i MARVIN D. REIMANN Alpha Delta Sigma. MadiMin . Mechanical Engi- . Badger, A.S.M.E., Marketing armin R. REINERT. JR. . . . Shawano . Mechanical Engineering . . A.S.M.E., Society of Automotive Engineers. PATRICIA A. REINHEIMER IMnladHphia. Penn. . . . logy . . . Orientation, W.S.G.A. Contacts Com., Hooi ers, Union Forum Com., Union Trends Com., Sigma Epsilon - Psi Chi. Phi Sigma Sigma, pre JANET SCHLEGEL REINHOLD . . Wausau M I y . , . Castalia, Alpha Delta Theta Alpha Xi Di 11 WALLACE J. reiningel Sun Pralrii Marketing . . . Central Michigan College, Whitewatei S ii reachei Colli i 172 DONALD B. REINKE . . . Kewaunee . . . Mechanical Engi- neering . . . 4-H Club, Blue Shield. Hesperia. A.S.A.E.. A.S.M.E., Society of Automotive Engineers. VERNON G. REINSTEIN Milwaukee Accounting CHARLES D. REITER lurgy . . . Notre Dame . . Madison . . . Mining and Metal- . . Mining Club. JEAN A. RENDALL . . Racire . . . Home Economics Edu- cation . . . Home Economics Club, Blue Shield. Y.W.C.A., Delta Zeta. ROBERT B. RENNEBOHM . . . University of Michigan . . . Babcock Dairy Science Club. ANNA J. REPPEN . . . Madis in La Crosse . . . Dairy Industry . Football. Baseball, W Club. Dietetics PATRICIA RERUCHA Science. SHIRLEY REUTER . . Milwaukee Extension . Sigma. River Grove. 111. Orientation. Political Milwaukee . . . Psychology . . . . Charming Club, Sigma Epsilon ARTHUR I. REZIN . . . Wisconsin Rapids . . . Civil Engi- neering . . . Badger, Wisconsin Engineer, St. Francis House, A.S.C.E.. sec. . . . Thesis— " Photographic Record of the Con- struction of Petenwell Dam. " OL diomncomm . . .follaivA, qloom, . . . CYNTHIA RICE . . . New York, N. Y. . . . Psychology . . . Hunter College . . . Sociology Club. Danskeller, Psi Chi, Alpha Epsilon Phi. DAVID H. RICE . . . Milwaukee . . . Electrical Engineering . . . Eta Kappa Nu. Kappa Eta Kappa. LYLA M. RICE . . . Beloit . . . Home Economics . . . Cornell College . . . International Club, A Cappella Choir, Junior Orchesis. Omicron Nu, sec. RICHARD E. FREDERICK Men ' s Chorus. GENE W. RICHARDS . . . neering. HOWARD T. RICHARDS . . . Shullsburg . . . Saddle and Sirloin, Horticulture Club. . . . Madison . . . Zoology . . . Madison .. . Mechanical Engi- . Agronomy JANIECE A. RICHARDSON . . . Madison . . . Foods and Nutrition ... At Ease. Orientation, Tea. Ag-Home Ec Walk- Around. WARREN S. RICHMAN . . . Milwaukee . . . American Institutions . . . Marquette University . . . Dormsylvania. M.H.A. MARILYN M. RICKER . . Pittsburgh . . . Applied Art . . . Pine Manor Junior College . . . Badger Promotions. Work Day. Panhel, dec. chrm.. Pi Beta Phi. THOMAS E. RICKERT . . Milwaukee Radio . . . Milwaukee Extension. Journalism — GWEN RIDDLESBARGER . . . Denver, Colo. . . . French . . . Santa Monica Junior College . . . International Club. Hoofers, Campacabana, Union Homecoming, chrm.. Union Workshop. Sigma Kappa. MARILYN F. RIEDER . . . Madison . . . Art Education . . . Union Directorate, Prom. Craft Com., chrm.. Dance Com., At Ease, Sophomore Honors. Homecoming. Elections. Orien- tation. Sigma Lambda. Chi Omega. 173 ROBERT RIEMER Alpha Kappa Psi. ROBERT J. RIESCHL . . . Kenosha cultural Engineer . . . A.S.A.E. Sheboygan . . . Accounting . . . . . Commercial A American Institutions . Mi ' chanical Engi- Insurance . . . Basket- JOHN K. RILEY . . Darlii: . . . Sigma Alpha Epsilon. pn s. RUSSELL A. RILL . . . Clin, Deering . Hoofers, A.S.M.E. RUSSELL T. RIPPE . . Madison . . . ball. W Club. Sigma Alpha Epsilon. JANE H. RITCHAY . . Wisconsin Rapids . . . History Education ... St. Teresa College . . . W.A.C.. Octopus, Gamma Phi Beta. ROBERT B. RITTER . . . New York. NY... Speech . . . Players. W HA. Announcer. 770 Club. Cardinal. Home- coming. Zeta Beta Tau. ART F. RIZZI . . . Milwaukee . . . Civil Engineering . . . Carrol] College . . . Basketball. Baseball. Freshman Basket- ball Coach. W Club . . . Thesis — " Determining the Ash Content of Activated Sludge for Various Temperatures and Time Limits. " FRANK RIZZO . . . Kenosha . . . Civil Engineering . . . A.S.C.E. . . . Thesis— " The Submerged Weir as a Measuring Device. " Ohio StcdiL JwqA, ihsL moajl . . . THOMAS C. ROBBINS. JR. . . . Larchmont. N. Y. . . . Journalism — Advertising . . . Haresfoot Club, Student Press Bureau. Phi Gamma Delta. DAISY M. ROBERTS . . . Columbus University Chorus, Women ' s Chorus. Economics HOWARD M. ROBINSON . . . Genoa City . . . Accounting . . . Central Michigan College . . . Beta Alpha Psi. Sigma Tau Gamma. JOHN S. ROBINSON . . . Montello . . . Accounting . . . Central Michigan College . . . Wesley Foundation. Beta Alpha Psi. LOUIS F. ROBINSON ... La Crosse . . . Accounting . . . La Crosse State Teachers College and Akron University . . . Alpha Kappa Psi, Delta Tau Delta. THERAN C. ROBINSON Washburn Accounting. PHYLLIS A. ROCK . . . Madison . . . Political Science . . . International Club, Young Democrats, Orientation, Elections. JOSEPH C. RODGERS . . Milwaukee . . . Economics . . . Milwaukee Extension . . . M.H.A. Cabinet. M.H.A. Christ- mas Dance, Hoofers, Winslow House, pres. JACQUELINE C. RODIN . . . Gary. tod. . . . Sociology . . . 770 Club Com.. W.S.G.A. Personnel Com., Campus Com- munity Chest. rexford K. ORE . , Oshkosh . . . Electrical Engineering . . . A.I.E.E.. Ela Kappa Nil, Kappa Eta Kappa. HAROLD F. ROEDER Elkhart 1 ake . . . Dairy Industry . . Saddle ami Sinuin, pies,. Babcock Dairy Science Club, ui pies.. Wisconsin Country Magazine, bus. mgr., Little Intel national, eiiiin.. Agricultuiai Student Council, Blue Shield ROGER W. ROESKE Wayside Chemistry . . . Orientation, Academic Rel tions Com., Calvary Student Church So] High Honoi Phi Eta Sigma, Phi I. imb- i : i i M Alpha Chi Si 174 RICHARD O. ROETHE . . Peoria. 111. . . . Mechanical Engineering . . . Sigma Nn. FLORICE E. ROGERS . Kenosha . . . Geography . . . Mil- waukee State Teachers College . . . Y.W.C.A. LAWRENCE J. ROGERS . . . New York. N. Y. . . . Com- merce . . . Octopus, circ. mgr„ Community Chest Fashion Show, chrm., Haresfoot, Phi Epsilon Pi, pres.. Alpha Delta Sigma, vice-ores. Agricultural WINIFRED D. ROGERS . . . Lake Mills Bacteriology. CARL H. ROGGE . . . Sneboygan . . . American Institutions . . . Sheboygan Extension. ELIZABETH A. ROHR . . . Burlington . . . French . . . Union Dance Com.. Orientation. Elizabeth Waters Unit II. pres., Norwegian Club, International Ciub. Activities Bureau, W.S.G.A.. Residence Halls Political Caucus, sec. EUGENE H. ROOS . . . Rockford. 111. . . . Accounting Miami University . . . Beta Alpha Psi, vice-pres. JOHN C. ROSE Milwaukee Physics. KENNETH E. ROSE . . . . . Rifle Team, Hoofers. New York, N. Y. Economics 20 poiniA. to owl 7 in, ' fyfy... MARY L. ROSE . . . Tomah . . . American Institutions . . . Castalia, Union Dance Com., Orientation, Alpha Xi Delta. Madison . . . Economics Boxing. ROBERT J. ROSE . Sigma Phi Epsilon. LAWRENCE ROSEN . . . Irvington, N. J. . . . Chemistry . . . Thesis — " Preparation and Properties of Heavy Metal Palmitates. " MARCIA M. ROSEN . . . Lawrence, Long Island. NY.... Spanish . . . Fashion Show. Hoofers, Orientation, Union Music Com.. Speakers ' Bureau. Phi Sigma Sigma . . . Thesis — " Alejandro Korn, Philosopher of Creative Free- dom. " WILLIAM ROSENBAUM, JR. . . . Woodruff . . . Union House Com.. Men ' s Chorus. Economics ELLIOT D. ROSENBERG . . . Kansas City. Mo. . . . Accounting . . . Kansas City Junior College . . . Community Chest. Red Cioss Drive, finance chrm.. Orientation. Pi Lambda Phi, treas. HELENE ROSENBERG . . . San Francisco. Calif. . . . English . . . Women ' s Chorus, Players, Vanguard. ROSALIE K. ROSENBLUM . . . Flushing, N. Y. . . . Ameri- can Institutions . . . Cardinal, Chadbourne Hall Executive Council, Work Day, Wiskits. NORMAN ROSENFELD . . . Milwaukee . . . Accounting . . . Milwaukee Extension . . . Vilas House, pres.. M.H.A.. Presidents ' Council. Residence Halls Political Assn. RHEA J. ROSIN . . . Chicago. 111. . . . Social Work . . . Women ' s Chorus, A Cappeila Choir. Wiskits, Social Work Ciub, Winter Carnival, Players. OLIVER D. ROSS Lorain. Ohio . . . History. RONALD A. ROSS . . . Cedarhurst. Long Island. NY.... Journalism . . . Track. Badger. Cardinal. Union News Bureau. N.S.A. Conference, Phi Sigma Delta. 175 RUTH A. ROSS Edgewood College . DARIO D. ROSSINI Madison . . . English Education . . . . . Orientation, Alpha Gamma Delta. Plymouth . . . Dairy Industry. NATALIE S. ROTH Pittsburgh, Penn. . . . Art History . . Cardinal. Octopus. University Religious Council. Hillel. vice-pres., Civil Rights Com., PC. A.. Players. ISAIAH L. ROTHBLATT A.V.C. Madison . . . Philosophy . . GREG W. ROTHE . . . Fennimore . . . Accounting . . . Platteville State Teachers College . . . Delta Kappa Epsilon, vice-pres. BILL F. ROTHCHILD . . Kirksville. Mo. . . . Chemistry . . . Northeast Missouri State Teachers College . . . Thesis — " The Distribution Coefficients of Thorium Nitrate Between Water and Organic Solvents and the Effect of Hydrogen Ion Concentrations. " EDITH L. ROUD . . . Brookline. Mass. . . . History Bridgewater Teachers College . . . Hoofers. RICHARD ROWE Waukegan. 111. Economics. ROBERT B. ROWEN . . . Norwood, Mass. . . . American History . . . Boston College . . . Student Board. National Student Assn.. Academic Relations Com., Monroe Park Councilman. ' ( ■5...9(DpSiA, juasl anowawL fall . . . JACK R. ROYCE . . . New York, N. Y. . . . Zoology A.V.C. Cardinal, Literary Preview, Phi Eta Sigma. IRVING N. RUBINSTEIN . . . Alpha Epsiioi: Pi. Brooklyn. N. Y. Zoology RHODA A. RUBINSTEIN . . . Great Neck, N. Y. . . . Occu- pational Therapy . . . New York University. GRANT T. RUDIE. JR. West by Pharmacy. JOHN V. RUDY . . . Cavour, S. D. . . . Mechanical Engi- neering ... St. Thomas College . . . Society of Automotive Engineers. A.S.M.E., Tau Beta Pi, Pi Tau Sigma, Sigma Nu. CATHERINE W. RUETTEN . . . Black River Falls . . . Music . . . La Crosse State Teachers College . . . Band. Orchestra. PATRICIA R. RUMPEL . . . Wauwatosa . . . Psychology . . . Milwaukee Exten ion . . Lutheran Student Assn.. Charter House, pies.. Psi Chi. JO J. RUSSELL . Madison . . . Child Development . . . Elizabeth Watei Executive Council, Orientation, Home coming, Hoofei Women ' s Ski Team, Careers Conference. JOHN E. RUSTMAN . . Rivi Fori t, 111. Alpha Epsilon, Knil THOMAS W. RUTTER University o Dubuque . Fen j ilir Econon Union I lance Com. RUTH E. ryall Kenosha Journal! m . . . Union Ci im Pi e H French Club. GEORGE M. RYAN Eau Cll Cardinal, Beta AJph 176 Am unit in;. W. JOHN RYERSON . . . Madison . . . Economics . . . Band, Orchestra, Sigma Nu. CARL H. SACHSE . . . Sheboygan . . . Economics . . . Sigma Alpha Epsilon. JANET R. SADER . . . Fremont . . . Clothing and Textiles . . . Milwaukee-Downer . . . Home Economics Club, Pythia, W.S.G.A. Style Show, Union Dance Com., Kappa Delta. RICHARD T. SADLER . . . Cleveland, Ohio . . . Electrical Engineering . . . Oberlin College . . . Boxing, Phi Delta Theta. JEAN SALMON New Orleans, La. Mathematics. ELAINE H. SAMET . . . Brooklyn, N. Y. . . . Journalism . . . New York University . . . Cardinal, Badger. Elections, Women ' s Independent House Formal. VIRGINIA S. SAMP . . . Madison . . . Political Science . . . Smith College . . . Union Music Com., Academic Relations Com., Union Entertainment Com., Orientation, Summer Prom, Play Day, Humorology. W.S.G.A. Fashion Show, Charity Ball. W.S.G.A. Women ' s Administrative Com., Judi- cial Board, International Relations Com.. W.S.G.A. Buttons, chrm.. Alpha Chi Omega. ALAN V. SAMPSEL . . . Cucamonga, Calif. . . . Mechanical Engineering . . . Northwestern . . . M.E.S.W., A.S.M.E., Theta Chi, vice-pres. LOIS K. SAMPSON . . . . Stephens College Washington, 111. . Campacabana. Applied Art VIoAthivsLdJjikii, had, ihsL JbalL! DELORES A. SANDERS . . . Marshfield . . . Home Eco- nomics .. . . St. Theresa ' s College . . . Euthenics. GENE B. SANDERS . . . Arcadia, Calif. . . . Physical Edu- cation . . . Physical Education Club, W.A.A. Board, Wiskits, chrm., Elizabeth Waters Hall, vice-pres., Pi Lambda Theta. MILTON D. SANDERSON . . . Milwaukee . . . Marketing . . . Hoofers, Phi Epsilon Pi, treas. JANICE M. SANDMIRE . . . Cottage Grove . . . Spanish . . . Women ' s Local Students, Sigma Delta Pi. VOLANDA A. SAVAGLIO . . . Kenosha . . . Pharmacy . . . Newman Club, Catholic Daughters, Italian Club, American Pharmaceutical Assn., Wisconsin Pharmaceutical Assn., Kappa Epsilon, sec. ELAINE I. SAVIET . . . Teaneck, N. J. . . . Philosophy . . . Octopus, Hillel . . Thesis — " Bertrand Russell. " BARBARA E. SAVING . . . Wauwatosa . . . Related Art . . . Lawrence College . . . Kappa Alpha Theta. JOHN E. SAVING . . . Wauwatosa . . . Accounting . . . Lawrence College . . . Phi Delta Theta. GERALD E. SAWALL Appleton . . . Accounting. HARRISON G. SAWYER . . . DeKalb, 111. . . . Commerce . . . Northern Illinois State Teachers . . . Sigma Alpha Epsilon. STANLEY P. SAX . . . Chicago. 111. . . . Psychology . . . German Club. Boxing, Wrestling. Football, Y.M.C.A. Cabinet, French Club, Phi Eta Sigma, Psi Chi, Phi Kappa Phi, Phi Beta Kappa, Alpha Phi Omega, pres. PHILIP F. SCALLON Alpha Psi. Plain . . . Accounting . . . Beta 177 ALFRED T. SCHADDE . . . Baraboo . . . Journalism . . . inal, Sigma Delta Chi. JOSEPH C. SCHAEFER . . . Madison . . . Medicine . . . Phi Chi. KENNETH C. SCHAEFER . Milwaukee . . . Economics ANN SCHAFFNER . Marion. Ohio . . . Journalism Sullins Junior College . . . Delta Gamma. La Crosse . . . Marketing LYLE E. SCHALLER . . . Badger . . . History. MARILYN SCHALDACH ... Phi Chi Theta. ROBERT M. SCHALLER . Hartford . Economics. JOHN SCHURNBERG . . . Madison . . . Chemical Engi- neering . . . Pershing Rifles, A.I.Ch.E., Sigma Phi Epsilon. WILBERT E. SCHAUER . . . Milwaukee . . . Accounting . . . Track Manager, W Club. 6 . . . J Jul acutul old, Aloto . . . 7 ) l VI MARGARET A. SCHAWDE . . . Muscoda . . . Cardinal, Union Dance Com. Journalism NAOMI E. SCHEFRIN . . . Milwaukee . . . Speech . . . Artist of the Future, Skyrockets. Sad Sack Shuffle. W.I.B.A.. Union Dance Com., Phi Sigma Sigma. JANICE M. SCHELLIN Sigma Kappa. . Milwaukee . . . Speech EVELYN I. SCHERWITZ . . . Fort Atkinson . . . Home Eco- nomics . . . 4-H Club. Blue Shield. MARLENE A. SCHEURELL . . . Delavan . . . Home Eco- nomics . . . Milwaukee State Teachers College . . . Phi Upsilon Omicron. ROBERT P. SCHEURING . . . Greenwood . . . Electrical Engineering . . . Band, Wesley Foundation, treas., Phi Eta Sigma, Ela Kappa Nu, Tau Beta Pi. A.I.E.E. RICHARD T. SCHIRILSKY . . . Beaver Dam . . . Finance. CECILE H. SCHIFFER . . . New York, N. Y. . . . English. WALTER B. SCHILLING . . . University of Miami . . Sigma Alpha Epsilon . . Miami, Fla. . . . Economics Barbell Club, Alpha Kappa Psi, PATRICIA L. SCHILLINGER Spanish Club. Madison WALTER C. SCHLICHT ... La Crosse . . . L.i Crosse State Teachers Co i Science Hub . . Spanish . . . Dairy Industry Babcoik Dairy anndre SCHLIMGEN . Mad! Home Economic . . . Artist oi the Future, Omicron No, Union Music Com., W 11 A.. w.S.G.A. Fashion Show, Orientation, Sigma Epsilon Sigma, Phi Upsilon Omicron, Gam I I I7S EDWARD L. SCHLIMGEN . . . Madison . . . Chemical Engi- neering. LUCIAN G. SCHLIMGEN . . . Madison . . . Mechanical Engineering. . . . Orientation, Union Games Com., M.E.S.W., Society of Automotive Engineers, Theta Delta Chi. WARREN J. SCHLITZ . . . Milwaukee . . . Industrial Man- agement . . . Freshman Tennis, Phi Delta Theta. DONALD P. SCHMIDT A.S.M.. A.F.A., A.I.M.E. EVANS A. SCHMIDT . Bacteriology. . Kenosha . . . Metallurgy . . . New Holstein . . . Agricultural HELMUT J. SCHMIDT . . . Milwaukee . . . Political Science . . . Oklahoma A. M. . . . N.D.A., Bauer ' s, Delta Chi Sigma. JACK R. SCHMIDT . . . Milwaukee . . . Medical Bacteri- ology . . . House Presidents ' Council, A.I.Ch.E. WILLIAM G. SCHMIDT . . . . Sheboygan Extension. Sheboygan Accounting KENNETH H. SCHMIT ... La Crosse . . . Chemistry . . . La Crosse State Teaohers College . . . Alpha Chi Sigma . . . Thesis — " Investigation of the Variation of Dielectric Con- stant With Frequency. " ' Jwcll, Qowcl whoqot tfuL qlohj , . . . ELEANORE C. SCHMITZ . . . Milwaukee . . . Mathematics . . . Marquette University and Milwaukee State Teachers College . . . Calvary Lutheran Student Center. MARGUERITE V. SCHNEIDER . . . Erie, Penn. . . . Occu- pational Therapy . . . Campus Community Chest, Orienta- tion. W.H.H.O., Wiskits, Union Dance Com., Occupational Therapy Club, vice-pres. MARY L. SCHNEIDER . . . Menomonie . . . Psychology . . . Union Hostess Com., Gamma Phi Beta. pres. SYDONA SCHNEIDER Literature. Passaic, N. J. . English MARY E. SCHNEIDERS . . . San Diego, Calif. . . . Art . . . Union Gallery Com., chrm., Union Directorate, Kappa Kappa Gamma. GEORGE S. SCHOLES . . . Beloit . . . Electrical Engineering . . . A.I.E.E.. Kappa Eta Kappa, Eta Kappa Nu. MARGARET SCHOMBURG . . . Bangor . . . Hispanic Studies . . . Spanish Club, treas., Sophomore Honors, Sigma Epsilon Sigma, Sigma Delta Pi. DOROTHY E. SCHOOLER . . . Rochester. N. Y. . . . English . . . Orientation, Careers Conference, Social Relations Com. JOANN D. SCHOWALTER . . . West Bend . . . Community Recreation . . . Mt. Mary College . . . Orientation, Delta Zeta. SUZANNE M. SCHORR . . . Melrose Park, Penn. . . . Italian Club. French Club. History DONALD A. SCHRAMEK . . . Rice Lake . . . Accounting . . . Phi Eta Sigma, Beta Alpha Psi, Beta Gamma Sigma. SAMUEL W. SCHRINER . . . Beloit . . . Agricultural Edu- cation . . . 4-H Club, F.F.A.. pres., Alpha Zeta. 179 CAROL L. SCHROEDER Madison . . . History. HARRY A. SCHROEDER . . . Racine . . . Mechanical Engi- ing . . . I-F Board, Theta Delta Chi. JUNE C. SCHROEDER Two Rivers English. RALPH R. SCHROEDER WILLIAM J. SCHROEDER . Marketing . . . Phi Delta Theta . Milwaukee. . . . St. Paul, Minn. PETER SCHUBECK University of Detroit EUGENE P. SCHUH Sigma. . Madison . . . Accounting . Varsity Baseball. . Elcho Zoology Phi Eta KATHRYN M. SCHUH . . Elcho . . . English . . . Milwaukee Extension . . . Catholic Daughters, International Club, Jolivette House, pres. JEAN R. SCHULTZ . . . . Alpha Delta Theta. Albany . . . Medical Technology CL joonJuolcdio L fioA, £cfsw. . . MAXINE M. SCHULTZ . RICHARD L. SCHULTZ Campacabana, Badger. ROBERT F. SCHULTZ . Kappa Psi. . Eau Claire . . . Madison . . Madison . . . Art Education. . Zoology . . . Pharmacy . . . ROBERT P. SCHULTZ . . . Appleton . . . Agricultural Journalism . . . Little- International Livestock Show, pub. chrm., Saddle and Sirloin. Wisconsin Country Magazine, editor, Sigma Delta Chi. WILLIAM L. SCHULTZ . . . Manitowoc . . . Physical Edu- cation . . . Cornell University . . . Gymnastic Squad. LESTER A. SCHULZ . . . Appleton ment. Personnel Manage- ROSS E. SCHUMAN, JR. ROBERT W. SCHUMANN . . . Madison . . . Electrical Engi- neering . . . Cross-country, W Club, Track. HUBERT E. SCHUMACHER Real Estate . A.V.C. Kenosha In, urance PAUL E. SCHURR . . Madison . . . Biochemistry . . . Mann i .11 . . . Alpha Zeta. Delta Theta Sigma . . . Thesis— " Amino Acid Studies on Tomato Stem Crown Ball. " CARL W. SCHUSTER . . . Theresa . . ' itioi I [ricul Lural Education . . . Oshkosh i ■ ■ Coll ge . . . F.K.A.. Bad l uncil, sec. DONALD S. SCHUSTER . . . Mad) on Medical S . . 770 Club ( ' on, , s i: iard Sec. C , R.O.T.C Team, Orir Sophomore Honoi Phi i ■:.. i. ippa Phi, Phi Delta Epsilon, Phi 180 EVELYN C. SCHUTTERLE French . . . Carroll College . . . Miami Beach, Fla. German Club. . Milwaukee . . . Speech Correc- ANGELINE C. SCHUTZ tion . . . Polish Club. JULIE T. SCHWAGER . . . Chicago, 111. . . . English . . . Players, Women ' s Independent House Formal, Shoreland House, treas., Union Entertainment Com., Hillel. ELAINE SCHWARTZ . . . Brooklyn, N. Y. . . . Speech- Radio . . . Women ' s Independent House Formal. W.H.A., Orientation. RUTH B. SCHWARTZ Literature. New York, N. Y. Comparative ELAINE H. SCHWARABACH . . . Chicago, 111. . . . Journal- ism . . . Union News Editor, Union News Bureau, Orien- tation, Cardinal, Theta Sigma Phi. BARBARA E. SCHWID . . . Madison . . . Home Economics . . . Symphony Orchestra, Lincoln Lodge, pres.. Women ' s Independent House Formal, Hostess. LOUISE E. SCHWIETERING . . . Milwaukee . . . Home Economics . . . Euthenics, Badger, Pi Beta Phi. ALFRED B. SCOTT, JR. . . . Rockford, 111. . . . Metallurgy . . . Illinois Institute of Technology . . . Mining Club, A.I.M.E., Theta Tau, Gamma Mu Epsilon. (jJidJwit hbL jchamfiio L ctew . . . CHARLES J. SCOTT Madison Accounting. JAMES E. SCOTT . . . Neillsville . . . Civil Engineering . . . Iowa State College . . . N.R.O.T.C, A.S.C.E., Phi Eta Sigma, Tau Beta Pi. Chi Epsilon . . . Thesis— " The Compara- tive Costs of Construction in Madison Today. " WALTER J. SCOTT . . . Superior . . . Civil Engineering . . . University of Minnesota . . . A.S.C.E., Tau Beta Pi, Chi Epsilon . . . Thesis — " Petenwell Spillway VII. " ROGER P. SCOVILL Madison Mechanical Engi- J. WES SEAQUIST . . . Sister Bay . . . Biology . . . Bethel College . . . Symphony Orchestra, Union Music Com., Way- land Club. EILEEN H. SEARLS . Milwaukee Extension. . Madison . . . American History JEROME R. SEBASTIAN . . . Clayton. Mo. . . . Chemical Engineering . . . Student Board, House Presidents ' Council, chrm., Phi Eta Sigma. . . Elm Grove . . . Economics . . . Orientation, I-F Council, Delta Tau JOHN B. SECORD Lawrence College . Delta, pres. LAURA M. SECORD . . . Elm Grove . . . Home Economics . . . Lawrence College . . . Wisconsin Country Magazine, Kappa Alpha Theta. DONN E. SEELEY . . . Topeka, Kas. . . . Electrical Engi- neering . . . Duke University . . . A.I.E.E. CARYL J. SEELIGER . . . Madison . . . Speech Correction . . . Pythia, Local Student Assn., Players, Alpha Gamma Delta. MICHAEL G. SEIDL . . . Menominee, Mich. . . . Electrical Engineering . . . A.I.E.E. 181 ELAINE SEIFF . . . New Ymk. N. Y. . . . American Insti- tutions . . . Hoofers, Sunday Sings, chrm.. Orientation, W MHO.. Uni " ii Activities Bureau. ARTHUR L. SEILER . New York Uni Brooklyn, N. Y. . Pre-Medi Zoologj S. SYDELL SELIGMAN . . V..rk . . . Brooklyn College Brooklyn, N. Y. . . Orchestra. Social WALTER E. SELLNOW . . . Neenah . . . Accounting. Reedsville . . . Agricultural CLAYTON H. SENGBUSCH inics. GLORIANNA SENGLAUB . . . Social Work Club. Waldo . . . Social Work EDWARD J. SERBIN . . . Evanston. 111. . . . Economics . . . Northwestern . . . M.H.A. Political Assn.. Sigma Phi Epsilon. THOMAS V. SEVERSON . . . Janesville . . . Mechanical Engineering . . . Union Games Com.. Pi Tau Sigma, Phi Eta Sigma, pres.. Theta Delta Chi. CARROL G. SEXE Carleton College . . . . Blair . . . Chemical Engineering . Band, Rifle Club, A.I.Ch.E. fiadqax. caqsthA, fall in, lbuL . . . WARREN A. SEYBOLD . . . . Milwaukee Extension Milwaukee . . . Economics . Baseball, Theta Delta Chi. JEANETTE E. SEYMER . . . Milwaukee . . . Journalism . . . Milwaukee State Teachers College . . . Coranto, Orien- tation. LLOYD W. SHAMBUREK Phi Delta Theta. . Monroe Economics dfikA DONALD D. SHANE . . . Pearl City. 111. . . . Economics . . . Northwest Missouri State Teachers College . . . Orien- tation, Scabbard and Blade, Military Ball. Pi Kappa Alpha. Alpha Phi Omega. JAMES SHANNON . . . Chicago, 111. . . . Commerce . . . Michigan College of Mining and Technology . . . Chorus, Lambda Chi Alpha, Alpha Kappa Psi. HANNAH R. SHAPIRO . .• . Chicago. 111. . . . Social Work . . . Social Work Club, Sophomore Honors, Sigma Epsilon Sigma. Alpha Kappa Delta. MARY L. SHARPE . . . Fond du Lac . . . Related Art . Ca ' .ilia. Orientation. Delta Delta Delta. SONYA V. SHASKAN . . . New York. N. Y. . . . Sigma Epsilon Sign) I Economics CONSTANCE H. SHELDON . Milwaukee . . . Recreation . . . Milwaukee Extension . . . Union Host ;md Hostess Com. ROBERT E. SHELLMAN Lawrence. Badger Economics . ELAINE I. SHELVIK . . . Madison . . . Accounting . . I, oral Student Assn., phi Chi Theta, vice-pres. CHARLES E. SHEPARD Mathi ma Ic ad Mechanics Beta Pi. Eta Kappa Nil. Oberlin. Ohio . . . Applied . . Oberlin College , , - Tau is: SEYMOUR SHERMAN . . . Chicago. 111. . . . Political Science . . . Crew Manager. W.H.A. Players. Cardinal, assoc. sports editor. Summer Cardinal, sports editor, Wisconsin Alumnus Magazine, sports editor, Alpha Epsilon Pi. JANETTE R. SHEW . Milwaukee Extension. Milwaukee Mathematics PATRICIA R. SHILLINGS ... La Crosse . . . English . . . Ward-Belmont College . . . Literary Preview, editor. Car- dinal, Pi Beta Phi. MARY L. SHIMAN . . . Maplewood. N. J. . . . Comparative Literature . . . Hillel, I.Z.F.A. Exec. Com., Union Film Com., Careers Conference, Elections, Alpha Epsilon Phi. GLADYS SHIMASAKI . . . Sumner, Wash. . . . Occupational Therapy . . . Occupational Therapy Club. SHIRO F. SHIRAGA . . . Hawthorne. Calif. . . . Chemical Engineering . . . Washington University. BONNIE L. SHOCKLEY . . . Thiensville ... Art Education . . . Milwaukee Extension . . . Y.W.C.A.. Badger, Orientation, Union Gallery Com., Senior Swingout, Sigma Lambda, treas., Pi Beta Phi. GEORGE C. SHONAT . . . Berlin . . . Zoology . . . Y.M.C.A., Concert Band, Work Day, Phi Eta Sigma, Alpha Phi Omega. MARILYN A. SHORES . . . Madison . . . Political Science . . . Union Activities Bureau, chrm.. Union Directorate, Cardinal Board, Summer Prom, pub. chrm.. Homecoming, Junior Prom, Senior Council, Careers Conference, Alpha Xi Delta. (2a, champA z L tksL £iq TUtUL... MARK A. SHUL MAN . . . Stamford, Conn. . . . Political Science . . . International Relations Com., Union Gallery Com., U.J.A., chrm. ROSS E. SHUMAN, JR. . . . Madison . . . Pharmacy . . . Executive Council Student Branch of American Pharma- ceutical Assn. and Wisconsin Pharmaceutical Assn., Kappa Psi, sec. MAURICE B. SHURMAN Physics. Madison Mathematics- SHIRLEY SIBENHORN . . . Two Rivers . . . Spanish . . . Lawrence College . . . Y.W.C.A. Cabinet. Lutheran Student Assn. KATHLEEN M. SIBERZ . . . Madison . . . Economics . . . Married Students Com.. Orientation, Charity Ball, Alpha Chi Omega. ELAINE SIEGEL . tutions. Baltimore. Md. American Insti- ROBERT C. SIEGEL . . . Milwaukee . . . Mathematics . . . Varsity Golf. W Club, Student Athletic Board, House Presi- dents ' Council. Phi Eta Sigma, vice-pres., Sigma Alpha Epsilon. EDWIN O. SIGGELKOW . . . Sigma Chi, pres. Milwaukee Psychology ELLA D. SIGMAN . . . Manitowoc . . . Recreation Octopus, Wiskits. Union Information Com., Skyrockets. KENNETH J. SILVER . . HERBERT I. SILVERBERG . . . A.V.C.. Orientation. Wauwatosa . . . Bacteriology. . . . Brooklyn, N. Y. . . . English CARROL E. SILVERMAN . . . Chicago, 111. . . . Botany . . . Women ' s Independent House Formal. Elections. Lake Lawn House, pres. 183 BILLY L. SIMS . . . Hazen, Ark. . . . Soils . . . University nf Arkansas . . . Wesley Players. Blue Shield. 4-H Club, Presidents ' Council Truax Field Student Assn., Pi Kappa Alpha. Sigma Tau Gamma. MANUEL SISKEL . . . Maplewood. N. J. . . . Ele ctrical Engineering . . . Homecoming, A.I.E.E., Phi Eta Sigma, Eta Kappa Nu. Tau Beta Pi, Zeta Beta Tau. BEN D. SISSON . . . Albany. NY.... Accounting . . . Orientation, At Ease Com., Phi Eta Sigma, Beta Gamma Sigma. RALPH A. SKARDA . . . Manitowoc . . . Accounting. RENEE SKLAIR . . . Amboy, N. J. . . . Education. ZELDA L. SKLAR . . . Baraboo . . Occupational Therapy. TOR SKOGSTAD . . . Roa pr. Oslo, Norway . . . Civil Engineering . . . Technical School of Oslo . . . A.S.C.E., Chi Epsilon, Tau Beta Pi . . . Thesis — " Design of a Re- inforced Concrete Rigid Frame Bridge. " BERNARD N. SLADE . . . Sioux City, Iowa . . . Electrical Engineering . . . University of Minnesota . . . A.V.C., A.I.E.E., Phi Epsilon Pi. WILLIAM A. SLAGG . . . Eau Claire . . . Chemical Engi- neering . . . Eau Claire State Teachers College. JJmtL at 9(om£comJLna , %1 ... JOHN G. SLATER . . . Fort Atkinson . . . Civil Engineering . . . John Morse Memorial Foundation Scholarship, A.S.C.E., more High Honors, Polygon Board, Phi Kappa Phi, Chi Epsilon, Phi Eta Sigma, Sigma Phi Epsilon, pres. . . . Thesis — " Performance Characteristics of Pumps in Series and Parallel. " RUDOLPH B. SLIVKA Racine Accounting. ALLAN H. SMITH . . . Canton, Ohio . . . Chemical Engi- neering . . . Northwestern University . . . Football Manager, W. Club, IF Board, I-F Council, Theta Chi. EDWIN A. SMITH . . . Sioux Falls, S. D. . . . Mechanical Engineering . . . Missouri State . . . Red Cross Drive, co- chrm., Homecoming, Orientation, Theta Delta Chi. IRIS F. SMITH . . . Antigo Occupational Therapy Club JAMES S. SMITH Epsilon, . Occupational Therapy . . . Madison . . . Economics . . . Sigma JEAN SMITH . . . DoKalb. 111. . . . Hospital Dietetics . . . Northern Illinois State Teachers College . . . Orientation, Badger, Delta Zeta. MARGARET P. SMITH . . . Springfield, 111. . . . Chemistry . . . Springfield Junior College . . . Thesis — " Zirconium Peiox STANLEY SMITH . . . Waukcgan, 111. Ro e Polytechnic Institute. ELDON E. SMITHBACK Edgei ton Commerce Accounting . . . ROBERT G. SMITHYMAN . . . Pewaukee . . . Agricultural Engineering . . , Western Michigan . . . Saddle and Sirloin. Shield. 4-H Club. CrOSS-COUntry Team. Track Te.mi. A.S.A.E., Alpha Gaum B EU i vice -pi es. DAVID A. SMOLEN Washburn 184 Shi Conservation, ROBERT M. SNADER . . . Milwaukee . . . Philosophy . A.V.C., Vanguard, Phi Sigma Delta, Alpha Phi Omega. PATRICIA A. SNELL Delta Delta. Madison ROBERT S. SNIVELY . . . Menomonie Haresfoot, Players, Phi Gamma Delta. French . . . Delta . . . Speech . . HELEN SODOS . . . Milwaukee . . . History and Education . . . Milwaukee Extension . . . Wiskits, W.S.G.A. Judicial Council, Union Hostess Com., W.S.G.A. Style Show. . Los Angeles, Calif. JOSEPH L. SOKOLSKY Mechanical Engineering. DORRIS M. SOLBERG . . . Hayward . . . Journalism . . . Cardinal, Union Activities Bureau, MADEMOISELLE Col- lege Board, Coranto, Public Relations Com., Red Cross Drive, Campus Community Chest, Alpha Xi Delta. ROBERT H. SOLLEN . . . Menominee, Mich. . . . Political Science . . . Daily Cardinal, night editor. Student Board, treas., Regional National Student Assn. Convention, Union Council, Sigma Delta Chi. RUTH J. SOLVESON . . . Madison . . . Dietetics ... At Ease, Euthenics, Phi Upsilon Omicron, Omicron Nu, Sigma Epsilon Sigma. TOBY G. SOLYN . College . . . Hillel. Madison English . . . Brooklyn Qowcl fait io ihsL fiadgsi L 11. RYLE A. SONDUCK . Club, Chorus, Players. Wausau German . . . German RUTH H. SONNENBURG . . . Mission House College . Sheboygan . . . Sociology W.A.A. DEE T. SONTAG . . . Milwaukee versity of Arizona Extension . . Omega. . . Psychology . . . Uni- Glee Club, Alpha Tau GERALD S. SORENSEN Marketing. Centuria Commerce — CARROLL E. SORENSON . . . Iola . . . Marketing and Merchandising ... La Crosse State Teachers College. BERNYCE E. SOWICKY . . . Racine . . . Social Work . . . Union Activities Bureau, Orientation, Wiskits, Social Work- ers ' Club, Junior Orchesis, Careers Conference, Delta Zeta. HOWARD C. SPAAR . . . Milwaukee . . . Accounting . . . Co-op Board of Directors, Sigma Chi. BARBARA J. SPACK . . . Newton Center, Mass. . . . English . . . University of Virginia . . . W.S.G.A. Fashion Show, Women ' s Independent House Formal, Hoofers. SHERWOOD F. SPENCER . . . New Brunswick, N. J. . . . English . . . New York University . . . Cardinal, Pre- Medica, Fire Prevention Com.. I-F Council, Student Rules and Regulations Com.. French Club. Phi Eta Sigma, Alpha Epsilon Pi, treas. Applied Art SUSAN SPENGLER . . . Menasha Orientation, Delta Gamma. WILLIAM F. SPENGLER . . . Menasha . . . Political Science . . . Orientation, Student War Council. Phi Eta Sigma, pres., Alpha Delta Phi. ROBERT J. SPERBER . . . New York, N. Y. . . . Zoology . . . City College of New York . . . Pre-Medica. Hoofers, Dresser Manor, pres. 185 IDA-MAE SPIELDOCH ... St. Louis. Mo. . . . Political Science . . . Union Dance Com.. Spanish Fiesta. Junior Orchesis, Badger. Alpha Epsilon Phi. I. ROBERT SPIER . . . Vain m, I. I. NY.... gy . . . College -I William and Mary . . . Hoofers, Tennis Team. Sailing Club, Senior Honors. DEVONA W. SPINK . . . Platteville . Platteville State Teachers College Shield. Home Economics . Euthenics, Blue ROBERT W. SPINK . . Milwaukee . . . Electrical Engi- ig . . . Oshkosh Siatc Teachers College . . . A.I.E.E.. sec., Kappa Eta Kappa. MORTON G. SPOONER . . . Eau Claire . . . Electrical leering . . . Eau Claire State Teachers College . . . Dormsylvania, Showerman House, pies.. A.I.E.E., Tau Beta Pi. Eta Kappa Nu. WILLIAM L. SPRAGUE . . Orientation. Phi Delta Theta. Madison Z( olog CALVIN W. SPRAIN . . West Salem . . . Dairy Husbandry ... La Crosse State Teachers College . . . Saddle and Sirloin. Dairy Cattle Judging Team. Livestock Judging Team. Alpha Gamma Rho. DONALD G. SPRAIN . . . West Salem . . . Dairy Husbandry 4-H Club. Blue Shield, Saddle and Sirloin, Dairy Cattle Judging Team, Livestock Judging Team, Agricultural Stu- dent Council, Alpha Gamma Rho. Alpha Zeta. MARCEIL L. SPRECHER . . . Sauk City . . . American Institutions . . . University Chorus, University Band, Y.W.C.A. dftsA. cl bw fjDJUA-ijMUL wait, ROBERT G. SPRINGER . . . Madison . . . English . . . Union Activities Bureau. Campus Community Chest. French Club. Sailing Club, Fencing, Octopus, Cardinal. ROBERT P. SPUHLER . . . Han lord . . . Commerce . . . Frankenburger House, treas.. Alpha Kappa Psi. MARILYN M. STABO . . . Jackson Heights. Long Island. N. Y. . . . Political Science . . . Wooster College . . . Orientation, Cardinal, Octopus, Social Relations Com., Sigma Hail, pres.. Kappa Alpha Theta. DARREL W. STALDER . . . Kansas University. Sabetha, Kas. . . . Commerce ROBERT J. STAMP . . . Milwaukee . . . Mechanical Engi- neering . . . Cornell University . . . Symphony Orchestra. A.S.M.E., Phi Mu Alpha— Sinfonia. CORBIN R. STANELLE . . . Milwaukee . . . Marketing and Merchandising . . . Varsity Boxing. Sigma Delta Omega. RUBY H. STANKEVITZ . . . Green Bay . . . Recreation . . . Green Bay Extension . . . Physical Education Club. W.A.A.. Dolphin Club. Outing Club. Wayland Club. Campus Com- munity Chest, Religious Emphasis Week, Orientation. N.S.A. CAROL M. STANNARD . Sheboygan . . . Child Develop- ment . . . MacMurray College . . . Y.W.C.A., Euthenics Club, Alpha Gamma Delta KATHRYN B. STANTON . . . Chicago. 111. . . . Physical Education . . . Physical Education Club. Campacabana, Union Music Com., Sailing Club. W.A.A.. Junior Orchesis. Chad- bourne Hall Executive Council. SYLVIA E. STARCH ... La Crosse . . . Hospital Die I .a Cros e State Teachers College W.F.S.A.. Euthenics Club, Blue Shield, Phi Upsilon Omicron. PHILLIP C. STARK Nu. Phi Eta Sigma, 1 ill , || i. ' in Estate . . . Sigma WILLIAM H. STARKE . . Chicago, in rournalism . . . Illinois Wesleyan University . . Mil. A. Cab I Humorology, Sigma Chi. 186 JANET L. STARR . . . Madison . . . Related Art . . . Milwaukee-Downer College . . . Home Economics Club. Pythia. ROBERT A. STARR . . . Madison . . . Medicine . . . De Pauw University . . . Phi Chi. Phi Eta Sigma, Phi Beta Kappa, Lambda Chi Alpha. HOWARD J. STASEN University of Louisville . Cicero, 111. . . . Economics Phi Gamma Delta. MARY STATHAS . . . Milwaukee . . . English . . . Milwaukee Extension . . . W.S.G.A. GERALD P. STEBBINS . . . Madison . . . Pharmacy . . . American Pharmaceutical Assn., Kappa Psi. ROY STECKMESSER . . . Manitowoc . . . Mechanical Engi- neering . . . Manitowoc Extension . . . A.S.M.E.. Society of Automotive Engineers. DEAN STEDMAN . College. ALPHA J. STEELE Theta Delta Chi. NORBERT J. STEFANIAK . . . Milwaukee Extension. Neenah . . . History . . . Monticello . Corbin. Ky. . . . Economics . . . Milwaukee . . . Accounting S woAA, fmalli c lsbhaJtsLl GAIL E. STEFONIK M.H.A. Cabinet. MILTON P. STEIN . . . South Milwaukee . . . A.V.C., Hoofers, Phi Eta Sigma. RALPH R. STEIN DON A. STEINBACH Wausau Extension. . . Rhinelander . . . Accounting . . . . Accounting Journalism. Sheboygan Ringle . . . Political Science PATRICIA A. STEI NER . . . Delroy Beach. Fla. . . . Jour- nalism . . . Coranto, W.S.G.A.. Careers Conference, Orien- tation, Alpha Epsilon Phi. WILLIAM J. STEINMETZ ... La Crosse . . . Accounting . . . Pershing Rifles, Phi Eta Sigma, Beta Gamma Sigma. JOYCE E. STELTER . waukee Extension. Racine Sociology Mil- MARJORIE O. STELTER . . . Elm Grove . . . Physical Education . . . Physical Education Club, Orientation. Sigma Epsilon Sigma. Pi Lambda Theta, Kappa Delta, sec. ROBERT W. STEMMLER . . . Madison . . . Economic Ento- mology . . . Hoofers, Pershing Rifles. R.O.T.C, Alpha Gamma Rho. FREDERICK STENDER . . . Green Bay . . . Accounting . . . Marquette University and Lawrence College . . . Student Beard News Bureau. Humorology, Orientation, Legislature Day. Sigma Chi. JUNE F. STEPP Extension. Milwaukee . . . Botany . . . Milwaukee ROBERT L. STEPP . . . Milwaukee Hampden-Sydney College. 187 Accounting ii ) . mfm BETTY N. STERN . Chicago, 111. LAWRENCE A. STERNBERG . . Economics . . . Brooklyn College. Economics — Labor. Brooklyn, N. Y. GILBERT W. STEWART . . . Hartford . . . Chemical Engi- neering . . . Plallcville State Teachers College. RUTH E. STEVENS Omro Journalism . . . Coranto. JOHN C. STIEG . . . Clintonville . . . Mechanical Engi- neering . . . A.S.M.E., M.E.S.W., Society of Automotive Engineers. LOIS F. STIRMEL . . . Milwaukee . . . Zoology Education . . . Milwaukee Extension . . . Union Music Com., Sigma Kappa. CARLOS H. STITGEN Madison Accounting. WILLIAM H. STIVER . . . Merrill . . . Economics . . . Boxing, senior mgr., Spanish Fiesta. Holy Name Society, Delta Sigma Pi. HELMUTH R. STOBBE Alpha Phi Omega. Wausau . . . Sociology . . £akti irwAmnx teu AhA. . . . RUTH G. STOCKS . . . Delafield . . . Accounting . . . Orientation, Women ' s Commerce Club, Presbyterian House, Wiskits. Commerce Council, W.H.H.O. MARGUERITE E. STOECKMANN . . . Baraboo istry . . . Y.W.C.A., Leonard House, pres. FRED STOEHR . . . Kohler . . . . A.S.M.E.. Triangle. Chem- Mechanical Engineering DALE D. STONE Extension. Manitowoc . . . History Manitowoc LESLIE H. STONE . . CLAUDE J. STORY Mineral Point . . . Zoology. . Kenosha . . . Commerce. FRANCIS R. STRADLING . . . Sturgeon Bay Commerce. LEE STRADLING . . . Sturgeon Bay . . . Chemistry . . . Band . . . Thesis— " Surface Behavior of Colloids. " KATHRYN B. STRAUS . . . Evansville . . . Medical Tech- s ' . . . Senior Swingout, Orientation, Campacabana, ! Student Asml. Alpha Delta Theta, Kappa MURRAY a. STRAUS . . . Jamaica, N. Y. . . International Relations . . . Union Work hop Com., Union Darkroom Com., W.H.A French P ei I h Club, Spanish Club, German Club. International Club. Charming club. Vanguard. MORRIS E. STREICH College . . . Band. .1. !)• Commerce RAY E. STREIFF , . . Mo Civil Engineering . . . A.S.C.E Thesis - " The Design oi a Reinforced C Bridge. " 188 ILSE K. STRICKLER . . . New Glarus . . . Child Develop- ment . . . Ripon College . . . Y.W.C.A., Euthenics, Octopus, Alpha Gamma Delta. JOHN STROMMEN . . . Milwaukee . . . Mechanical Engi- neering . . . Milwaukee Extension . . . Rifle Team, A.S.M.E., Society of Automotive Engineers. RICHARD S. STROMMEN . . . Fort Atkinson . . . Pharmacy . . . Milton College . . . Wisconsin Pharmaceutical Assn., American Pharmaceutical Assn., Kappa Psi. ROSE A. STRUENSEE . . . Oshkosh English . . . Carroll College. EARL STUCKERT Delta Sigma Pi. Milwaukee . . BETTY J. STUDEBAKER . . . Madison Spanish and Commerce Speech. JANE STUDT . . . Arcadia . . . Accounting . . . Players. Sophomore Honors. Chadbourne Hall, treas., W.H.H.O.. Sig- ma Epsilon Sigma. GEORGE H. STUEBER, JR. . and Merchandising . . . Chi Psi. Wausau WILLIAM H. C. STUEBER . . . Horicon A.S.M.E.. Moot Court, Gamma Eta Gamma Marketing Law 3 • • EUNICE M. STUTZMAN . . . Oshkosh German Relief Drive. Red Cross Drive. English EDGAR D. SUCKOW . . . Ripon . . . Agricultural Engi- neering . . . Ripon College . . . A.S.A.E. FREDERICK W. SUCHY . . . Sturgeon Bay Education . . . Varsity Baseball. Physical MARIE A. SUHR . . . Cochrane . . . Related Arts . . . Calvary Lutheran Student Council. Euthenics Club. Country Maga- zine, Y.W.C.A. Cabinet, Blue Shield, Union Workshop Com. DANIEL M. SULLIVAN . . . Sparta . . . Electrical Engi- neering . . . Oiientation, A.I.E.E., Sigma Chi. GILBERT J. SULLIVAN Delta Tau Delta. Milwaukee Economics JOHN L. SULLIVAN. Electrical Engineering JR. . . . Wisconsin Rapids . . A.I.E.E. JUANITA M. SULLIVAN . . . Fond du Lac . . . Music . . . A Cappella Choir. Women ' s Hostess Organization, Sigma Aioha Iota. PHILIP L. SULLIVAN Madison i DONALD V. SUND . . . Elgin, 111. Geography. Accounting. ABRAHAM SUNSHINE . . . New York, N. Y. . . . Zoology . . . Premedical Society, pres., Octopus, Phi Sigma Delta. OLGA SUPIANO . . . Racine Skyrockets. Theta Sigma Phi. 189 Journalism . Coranto. WOODROW J. SVOBODA . . Racine . . . Accounting . . . Racine Extension . . . M.H.A.. pies.. Delta Epsilon. Beta Alpha Psi. EUGENE S. SWANSON . . Rockford, 111. . . . Mechanical eeri ng . . . University of Dubuque . . . Wisconsin Engineer, A.S.M.E.. Sigma Nu. LESTER H. SWANSON . . . Amery . . . Dairy Husbandry . . . Agricultural Student Council. Blue Shield. 4-11 Club. Saddle and Sirloin, Alpha Gamma Rho, pres. LOIS E. SWANSON . Ashland . . . Music . . . Band. Orchestra. Sigma Epsilon Sigma, A Cappella Choir. Women ' s us. HAROLD L. SWEED . . . Green Bay . . . Geography . . . Union Film Com.. Stadium North House, pres.. Hoofers, Camera Club. CHARLES W. SWEET Michigan Stale College. ELLIOTT H. SWEET Club. Michigan Accounting Madison . . . Geology . . . Geology Madison . . . Accounting — Pre- SHERMAN B. SWEET Law . . . Tau Epsilon Rhn LUCILLE R. SWITZER . . . Kenosha . . . Psychology Panhel Council, Panhel Ball. Delta Zeta, pres. OIL doclou AiofL at 12:29. . . ROBERT C. SYLVESTER . . Milwaukee . . . Chemistry . . . Pre-Medica . . . Thesis— " The Synthesis of lil-di-d-furyl- 2-promo-2-phenyl ethlene and its homologs. " EVELYN E. SYRING . . Colby- Blue Shield. Euthenics Club. Home Economics T. JOHN SZARKOWSKI . . . Ashland . . . Art History . . . Badger, photography editor. Concert Band. Orchestra. Orien- tation, Union Gallery Com., I-F Ball. Civil Liberties Com.. Theta Delta Chi. MAX TAGLIN . . . Milwaukee waukee Extension. Social Work Mil- LOWELL A. TAINTER . . . Richland Center . . . Mechanical Engineering . . . Notre Dame University . . . A.S.M.E.. Societj (if Automotive Engineers. TOM K. TAIRA . . . Honolulu. T. H. University of Hawaii. WALTER T. TAMBKE . . . Milwaukee . . . Crew. Delta Upsilon. GILBERT J. TANCK . Kenosha Delta Sigma . ' ■ol, - Political Science Mai keting . . . Alpha ROBERT H. TANK . . Oskkosh . . . Recreation . . . Oshkosh Stale Teachers College ... St. Francis House Student Center, W Club, Alpha Phi Omega, Sigma Phi Epsilon PAUL E. tausche . , Milwaukee ■ . . Mechanical Engi- neering Orientation, Student I U E S W . A S M E . Phi Eta Sigma, Pi Tau Sigma, Phi Kappa Phi, Tau Beta Pi, pres., Beta Theta Pi, JOHN F. TAYLOR . . I! III. . . . I ■ ics . . . Orientation, Humorology, Sigma Alpha Epsilon. K. JEAN TAYLOR . .B si) Clothing and Textiles . . . S h Dakota Stati Collegi ... Y.W.C.A.. Octopus, Omici n Nu. I ' XI LAURA G. TAYLOR . . . West De Pere . . . Clothing and Textiles . . . Concert Band. Euthenics. LUCY ANN TAYLOR . . . Milwaukee . . . International Club. MARSHALL TAYLOR . . . Iola . . . Physical Education. ROBERT E. TAYLOR . . . Milwaukee . . . Agronomy . . . Milwaukee Extension. PATRICIA TEESDALE . . . Madison . . . Zoology . . . Hoofers. NANCY LEE TEETER . . . Stevens Point . . . Psychology . . . Evanston Collegiate Institute . . . University Chorus, Psi Chi. ROBERT F. TELFORD . . . Madison . . . Zoology. FREDERICK C. TEMPLE . . Topeka. Kas. . . . Economics. GARIT H. TENPAS . . . Vesper . . . Agronomy . . . Ag. Student Council, pres.. Country Magazine Board of Control. pres., Saddle and Sirloin, Blue Shield, 4-H Club, Alpha Zeta, Alpha Gamma Rho, vice-pres. dioJiSJunoiJwiA, hSL iqn . . . Aft JOYCE M. TENPAS . . . Vesper . . . Dietetics . . . Euthenics, 4-H Club, Blue Shield, Little International Queen, Agricul- ture-Home Economics Walk-Around, chrm. FRED TENUTA Italian Club. Kenosha Mathematics, Italian VIRGINIA E. TENUTA . . . Kenosha . . . History . . . Wiskits. Italian Club, treas., W.S.G.A. 50th Anniversary, Sophomore Honors. ROBERT M. TETZLAFF . . . De Pere . . . Marketing . . . Commerce School Turnout, Union Dance Com.. Siebecker House, pres.. Alpha Kappa Psi. GEORGE R. THAUER Wauwatosa KAREN J. THEIGE . . . Rockford. HI. Textiles . . . Orientation. Alpha Phi. Commerce. . Clothing and DAVID M. THENO . . . Fort Atkinson . . . Light Building Industry . . . Milton College. DELBERT D. THOMAS . . . Baraboo Shield, F.F.A., Delta Theta Sigma, sec CHARLES D. THOMPSON . . . International Club. Soils . . . Blue Madison . . . Economics Horticulture CHARLES W. THOMPSON . . . Kenosha . . . . Rifle Team, Delta Chi. MARGARET S. THOMPSON . . . Madison . . . Journalism . . . Wayne University . . . Theta Sigma Phi. MORRELL THOMPSON . . . Kalispell, Mont. . . . Agronomy . . . A.V.C.. Randall Park Council, chrm.. Union Film Com., Academic Relations Com. 191 THOMAS J. THOMPSON . . . Superior . . . American Insti- tutions . . . Superior State Teachers College. PETER J. THOMSEN . . . Hubbleton . . . Agricultural Edu- cation . . . Badger. Blue Shield, Delta Theta Sigma. CHARLES W. THORNGATE . . . Middleton . . . Physics . . . Eau Claire State Teachers College. RAY L. THURSTON . . . Madison . . . Horticulture . . . Landscape Council Ring, Concert Band, Alpha Phi Omega. BETTY J. TIEDEMAN . . . . Alpha Gamma Delta. River Forest. 111. Speech THOMAS A. TIEFENTHALER . . . Milwaukee . . . Mechani- cal Engineering . . . A.S.M.E., Society of Automotive Engi- neers. Freshman and Sophomore Honors. MICHAEL R. TILLISCH . . . Tomahawk . . . Basketball, Kappa Sigma, pres. Political Science ERWIN TILLS Manitowoc Electrical Engineering. . Pro- VERA A. TILLY . . . Appleton . . . Marketing fessional Panhellenic Board, Phi Chi Theta, sec USiAamAUL go A, to (Rjoasl SowL . . . ROBERT M. TIMMERMAN Madison SIDNEY L. TOABE . . . Elizabeth, N. J. cation . . . Track, W Club, Cross-country. . . Accounting. Physical Edu- JAMES C. TOBIN . . . Beloit . . . Mechanical Engineering . . . University of Minnesota . . . Phi Gamma Delta. BETTY TOMAN . . . Berwyn, 111. . . . Dance . . . Phy. Ed. Club. Junior and Senior Orchesis. Orientation, Kappa Delta. MARGARET R. TOMCZAK . . . Park Falls . . . Related Art . . . Hoofers. W.S.G.A., Careers Conference, W.S.G.A. 50th Anniversary, Delta Delta Delta. JAMES R. TOMLINSON . . ture . . . Delta Theta Sign Madison . . . Soils — Agricul- CHARLES L. TONAR . . . Cudahy . . . Electrical Engi- ing . . A.I.E.E., Sigma Delta Omega. FRED R. TONNEY . . . Chicago, 111 Univi ' Louisville . . . Chi Psi. AUDREY L. TORGERSON I . Economics . . . Independence . . . English BETTY L. TORGERSON . . . Madi on I ' i ( ' in, Sigma Bpsilon Sigma. BEATRICE B. TORMEY . . . M Trim Phi Hcii PATRICIA TOURANGEAU Y W c A Delta Zeta. • Psyi ii ' logy . . . . . . English . . . IU I ' STEPHEN M. TOY . . . Milwaukee . . . Metallurgical Engi- neering . . . International Club, A.I.M.E., A.S.M., C.S.C.A., I-F Council. HAROLD TRACHTENBERG . . . Brooklyn, N. Y. . . . Economics . . . A.V.C., Students For Democratic Action, Phi Eta Sigma. EARL W. TRAUT . . . Elm Grove . . . Mechanical Engi- neering . . . Iowa State College . . . Wesiey Foundation Student Assn., Hoofers, Pi Kappa Alpha. WILLIAM B. TRAUTZ Mechanical Engineering . . . Sigma Nu. White Bear Lake. Minn. . . . Minot State Teachers College KENNETH R. TREIS . . . Milwaukee . . . Marketing and Advertising . . . University of Minnesota . . . Young Re- publicans. CHARLOTTE M. TREWARTHA . . . Hazel Green . . . Home Economics Education . . . Platteviile State Teachers College. ROBERT J. TRETTIN . . . Wauwatosa . . . Electrical Engi- neering . . . Milwaukee Extension . . . Union Gallery Com.. Hoofers. WILLIAM TRESH New York. N. Y. . . . Marketing. MAXINE D. TROTTER . . . Sheboygan . . . Journalism . . . Crucible, Mortar Board. Coranto, Cardinal, society editor. Senior Swingout, Work Day. Student Board, pub. chrm., W.S.G.A., Pi Beta Phi, vice-pres. 50-jya uL tinsL A atA o l alL . . FRED A. TRUBSHAW . . . Milwaukee . . . Mechanical Engi- neering . . . Milwaukee Extension . . . Orientation, A.S.M.E.. Delta Upsilon. IRVING F. TRUITT . . . Norfolk, Va. . . . Real Estate . . . Virginia Military Institute . . . Kappa Sigma. GLADYS M. TUCKER . . . Winter . . . Pharmacy . . . Eau Claire State Teachers College . . . Wisconsin Pharma- ceutical Assn.. American Pharmaceutical Assn. KENNETH K. TUCKER . . . Madison . . . Metallurgical Engineering . . . Bradley Polytechnic Institute . . . Mining Club, Sigma Nu. MARY J. TURLEY . . . Fort Warren, Wyo. . . . Journalism . . . Gulf Park College . . . Dolphin Club, Wiskits. Prom. Ann Emery Hall, vice-pres., Y.W.C.A., Theta Sigma Phi, Delta Delta Delta. ANNE R. TURNER . . . Mt. Vernon, N. Y. . . . English . . . New York University . . . Cardinal. Hoofers. THOMAS D. TURNER . . . Milligan College . . . . Henning, Tenn. Kappa Sigma. Economics JANE E. TWIST . . . Cleveland. Ohio . . . Chemistry Y.W.C.A.. Sigma Epsilon Sigma. Sigma Kappa. FRANCES J. TYLER Ligonier, Ind. Accounting. WILLIAM TYZNIK . . . Lublin . . . Dairy Husbandry . . . Blue Shield. Saddle and Sirloin, Concert Band, Phi Eta Sigma, Alpha Zeta. EARL W. UECKE Eau Claire Accounting. EDWARD E. UEHLEIN . . . Milwaukee Engineering . . . Minnesota University . Epsilon, pres. 193 Mechanical Tau Kappa VERNE L. UEKERT . Milwaukee . . . Marketing . . . Milwaukee Extension. LESTER C. ULBERG . Madison . . . Animal Husbandry . . . Saddle and Sirloin. Blue Shield, Alpha Zeta. ROBERT L. ULLRICH . . . Watertown . . . English . . . Illinois Institute of Technology . . . Union Dance Cum.. Military Ball. Hoofers. Scabbard and Blade, Spectator. Resi- dence Halls Political Assn.. Christian Science Organization, Concord Club. English . . . W.S.G.A.. JULIE M. USHER . . . Chicago, 111 Fashion Show Hostess. SAM VACCARO . . . Kenosha . . . Art Education. KEITH M. VALESH . . . Couderay . . . Pharmacy Kappa Psi. CAROL A. VANDERHOFF . . . Beaver Dam . . . English . . . University of Iowa . . . Elizabeth Waters, judicial chrm CARRLA VAN DER VEER . . . Fort Dodge, Iowa . . Hispanic Studies ... St. Mary of the Woods College . . International Club. Players, Spanish Club, Sigma Delta Pi CHARLES F. VAN DE SAND . . . Kiel . . . Labor Economics QDcMaxlA, bsfoJuL dinmh. . . . i ft Wa ' JL JAMES VASILION . . . Racine . . . Electrical Engineering . . . A.I.E.E., Wisconsin Engineer, Triangle. BETTY L. VERHULST . . . Milwaukee . . . Medical Bacteri- ology . . . Alpha Chi Omega. CLAYTON C. VERLO ... La Crosse . . . Mechanical Engi- neering ... La Crosse State Teachers College . . . Tau Beta Pi. Pi Tau Sigma. JAMES S. VEUM . . . Cambridge . . . Medicine . . . Luther College . . . L.S.A., Phi Beta Pi. Accounting ROBERT E. VICTOR . New York. N. Y. . . . Alpha Delta Sigma. JACK R. VILLMOW . . . Milwaukee . . . Mathematics- Meteorology . . . Milwaukee Extension . . . French Club, German Club. Student Council. Social Council. CARMEN B. VINCENT . . . Marinette . . . Journalism- Education . . . Wayland Junior College . . . Coranto, At Ease, Senior Swingout. W.S.G.A. WARREN F. VODAK . . Elroy . . . Animal Husbandry . . . Boxing. Livestock Judging Team. Saddle and Sirloin. Delta Theta Sigma EUNYCE M. VOELZ . . . Milwaukee . . . Speech Education . . . Milwaukee Extension . . . Badger. Players, Pythia, Forensic Board. Phi Beta. GEORGE L. voelz . . . Wittenberg Concert Band, Phi Chi, Phi Eta Sigma. Medicine CLARENCE A. VOGEL . . . Elroy . . Economics . . . Central stair Teachers College . . . Delta Chi. HELGA M. VOIGT Milwaukee Comparative Litera- ture Players, Careers Conference, Cardinal, literary edit oi MADEMOISELLE C gi Board Elizabeth Waters, sec. I ' M MILTON A. VOIGT . Players, Cross-country. Milwaukee English ROBERT C. VOLKMANN . . . Ladysmith . . . Pharmacy . . . American Pharmaceutical Assn., Wisconsin Pharma- ceutical Assn., Kappa Psi. CARL P. VOLLRATH . . . Sheboygan . . . Industrial Man- agement . . . Delta Kappa Epsilon. LAURA VOLLRATH . . . Sheboygan Textiles . . . Delta Gamma. Clothing and PATRICIA A. VOLLRATH . . . Sheboygan . . . Speech . . . Military Ball Queen, Pre-Prom Queen, Phi Beta, Kappa Kappa Gamma. DEAN D. VOSKUIL . . . Baldwin . . . Agricultural Edu- cation . . . F.F.A., 4-H Club, Saddle and Sirloin, Country Magazine. GILBERT VOSSWINKEL . . . Milwaukee . . . Civil Engi- neering . . . Notre Dame University . . . A.S.C.E Thesis — " Model Test Runs on the Petenwell Dam Spillway. " JAMES VRANA Abbotsford Dairy Industry. KENNETH A. WACHOWIAK . . . Milwaukee . . . Economics . . . Orientation, Winter Carnival King. Work Day, chrm.. I-F Board, Red Cross, Union Dance Com., Badger, sales mgr., Badger Board, vice-pres., Delta Sigma Pi, pres. StaaJuu MJwsbcL svsJu , night . MIDORI E. WADA . . . Delavan . . . Medical Bacteriology . . . Carroll College. JOHN C. WADE . . . Milwaukee . . . Chemical Engineering . . . Band, Union Darkroom, chrm. GARETH R. WAFFLE . . . Des Piaines, 111. . . . Mechanical Engineering ... St. Ambrose College . . . N.R.O.T.C, Society of Automotive Engineers. RAY E. WAGNER . . . Milwaukee . . . Accounting . . . Michigan College of Mining and Technology . . . House Presidents ' Council. Alpha Kappa Psi. ROBERT J. WAGNER . . . Wauwatosa . . . Pershing Rifles, Union Dance Com., Orientation, A.I.Ch.E.. Theta Delta Chi. MARY L. WAHLS . . . Chenoa. 111. . . . Advertising . . . Illinois Wesleyan University, Illinois State Normal Univer- sity . . . Cardinal. Coranto, Badger, Panhel Council, Senior Council, vice-pres., Prom. Panhel Ball, pub. chrm.. Home- coming, Careers Conference, W.S.G.A., pub. chrm.. I-F- Panhel Public Relations Board, Hoofer Horse Show, ad. mgr.. Humorology, Kappa Delta, vice-pres. CHARLES N. WAITY . . . Sheldon, 111. . . . Speech . . . Football Manager, Baseball, W Club, Orientation, Delta Tau Delta. • • ORIN L. WAKEMAN. JR. . . . Fond du Lac Engineering . . . Concert Band. Mechanical DOUGLAS V. WALKER . . . Delavan . . . Pharmacy . . . Oklahoma University . . . Wisconsin Pharmaceutical Society. ELEANOR M. WALKER . . . Dodgeville . . . Medical Tech- nology . . . Milwaukee-Downer College . . . Alpha Delta Theta. FRANK R. WALKER . . . Wautoma . . . Mechanical Engi- neering ... A Cappella Choir, M.E.S.W.. A.S.M.E., Jones House, sec.-treas., Holy Name Society, Society of Auto- motive Engineers. GRACE C. WALDO . . . Kenosha . . . Child Development . . . Blue Shield, 4-H Club. 195 i jt (MARGARET A. WALDO . Kenosha iTextiles . . . Blue Shield. 4-H Club. Clothing and (HESTER B. WAPLES . . . Germantown. Penn. . . . French . Antioch College . . . Hoofers. International Club. Dolphin Club, Blue Jean Queen. RUTH M. WARD . . Marshfield . . . Occupational Therapy . . . Wesley Foundation Student Cabinet. Workshop. WILLIAM W. WARD . . Fort Atkinson . . . Agricultural Education . . . Agricultural Student Council, pres.. Student Board, Interfraternity Council, Saddle and Sirloin. Concert Band. F.F.A.. Mid-Winter Ball, chrm.. Alpha Zeta, Phi Kappa Phi. pres.. Phi Eta Sigma. Delta Theta Sigma, pres. FRANCES L. WARE . . Madison . . . Sociology . . . Women ' s Local Students, Campus Community Chest, Campa- cabana. At Ease Com. WILLIAM W. WAREHAM . . . Superior . . . Chemical Engi- neering . . . Superior State College . . . Presbyterian Student Center. A.V.C.. Scabbard and Blade. JOANNE A. WARNER . . . LaGrange. 111. . . . English . . . Union News Bureau, Union Forum Com., Orientation, Stu- dent Board, W.S.G.A. Careers Conference, sec, Chi Omega, vice-pres. CURTIS WARREN . . . Sciotoville, Ohio . . . Civil Engi- neering . . . Oberlin College . . . A.S.C.E.. Chi Epsilon . . . Thesis — " An Analysis of the Parking Problem in Madison. Wisconsin. Including the Location and General Layout of a Parking Garage. " VIRGINA WARREN fl.%4) qo A. tecudtwnwiy . . . SHIRLEY I. WASSERMAN . . . Milwaukee . . . Activities Bureau, Wiskits. . . Economics CATHERINE A. WATERS . . . Madison . . . Commerce . . . Russian Club. French Club. Italian Club. Phi Chi Theta. BEVERLY Y. WATSON . . . Barneveld . . . Medical Tech- nology . . . Sigma Epsilon Sigma, Alpha Delta Theta. EUGENE A. WEAVER Fencing Team. Kenosha Philosophy . JOHN WEAVER Madison . . . Mechanical Engineering. WILLIAM W. WEBB . . . Kewaunee . . . Animal Husbandry . . . Milwaukee State Teachers College. CLINTON J. WEBER . . . Sturgeon Bay Engineering . . . Triangle. Mechanical CONSTANCE M. WEBER . . . Madison . . . Economics . . . Orientation, Mechanics Com.. Sophomore Honors, Sigma Delta Pi. Sigma Epsilon Sigma. Alpha Phi. ILA M. WEBER . . . Marshfield . . . Medical Bad ] . . . Lawrence College . . . Kappa Alpha Theta. NICHOLAS C. WEBER . Cleveland, Ohio Mechanical ng . . . Oberlin I . Hoofers, A.S.M.E. CHAUNCEY WEBSTER. JR. Loda, [11. . . . Geo! igj V.i i null I ' i .1,1.1 tation, Tniax Student A pn [ " rui ■ Pi al • I K.O.T.C. Cadet Colonel NEIL H. WEBSTER . . . Brule . . . Pharmacy . . . Sup Studenl Board, Kappa I ' m IV,, VICTOR J. WEDEMEYER . . . Madison . . . Art Education University Band, Lutheran Student Assn. PATRICIA L. WEEKS . . . Madison . . . Insurance . . . Campus Community Chest, Alpha Gamma Delta. ROY B. WEHRMAN Sigma. Madison . . . English Phi Eta MARK W. WEIDMAN . . . Baraboo . . . Commerce . . . Varsity Golf, Freshman Basketball. Sigma Alpha Epsilon. CHARLES H. WEIER . . . Eau Claire . . . Accounting . . . Milwaukee Extension . . . Gamma Eta Gamma. ROBERT W. WEIGLE Northland College. Ashland Economics HELEN L. WEINSTEIN . . . Louisville, Ky. . . . Sociology . . . W.S.G.A. Fashion Shows, Alpha Kappa Delta, Sigma Epsilon Sigma, Alpha Epsilon Phi, pres. LEWIS R. WEINTRAUB . . . Hartford, Conn. . . . Zoology . . . University of Connecticut . . . Phi Sigma Delta. ANITA WEISKOPF . . . Chicago, 111. . . . Sociology . . . Panhellenic Council, sec, Alpha Epsilon Phi. QLahhQA hsdxL pvojfL 10 tit noon, . . AUDRIENNE J. WEISS . . . Shorewood . . . American Insti- tutions . . . Cardinal, Octopus, Union News Bureau, Union Theater Com., Junior Prom, Homecoming, pub. chrm., Resi- dence Halls Political Assn., sec, MADEMOISELLE College Board. SANDRA C. WEISS . Hastings, N. Y. . . . French. . English . . . RHODA WEISSNER . . . Brooklyn, N. Y Union Hostess. Hampton House, pres. VIRGINIA A. WELKE . . . Madison . . . Political Science . . . Union Commons Com., Orientation, Union Dance Com., Local Students Assn., Junior Prom. Charity Ball. dec. chrm.. W.S.G.A.. Sigma Delta Pi, Crucible, Sigma Epsilon Sigma, Alpha Xi Delta, sec. ANNETTE M. WELLERS . . . Whitewater . . . Home Eco- nomics . . . Pythia Literary Society, Euthenics. Student Board. Blue Shield. FLORENCE C. WELLINGTON English . . . Hoofers. Belmont, Mass. JERALDINE H. WENDEL . . . Waukesha . . . Art Education . . . MADEMOISELLE College Board, Sigma Lambda. JOYCE M. WENDORFF . . . Watertown . . . Natural Science . . . Student Board, Crucible, Mortar Board, treas., Sigma Epsilon Sigma, treas. HERBERT R. WENGER tutions. Monroe . American Insti- ROBERT H. WENTORF . . . West Bend . . . Chemical Engi- neering . . . Phi Lambda Upsilon, Tau Beta Pi, Phi Eta Sigma, Phi Kappa Phi, A.I.Ch.E., Alpha Chi Sigma, pres. MARIE WENZEL ... La Crosse . . . Medical Technology ... La Crosse State Teachers College . . . Pythia, Alpha Xi Delta, treas. HARRIETT WERDERITSCH Local Students Assn. . Madison . French 197 CARLETON W. WERNER . . Madison . . . Accounting . Northland College and Indiana University. ADELINE WERNICK Institutions. HERBERT A. WERTS nomics. Holyoke, Mass. . . . American on . . . Agricultural Eco- CLARENCE H. WESTFAHL . . . Chilton . . . Agricultural Education . . . Missii a House College . . . 4-H Club. F.F.A., Blue Shield. Y.M.C.A. CATHERINE H. WESTPHAL Art . . . Alpha Xi Delta. Cambridge Related JOHN J. WESTLAND matics and Mechanics . . Mazomanie . . . Applied Mathe- . Boxing Team. Junior Prom. GERALDINE L. WETZEL . . . Madison . . . Economics . . . Local Students Assn., At Ease Com NORMAN V. WETZEL . . . New London . . . Accounting . . . Pennsylvania State College . . . Beta Alpha Psi. JOAN WETZLER . . Milwaukee . . . Sociology . . . W.S.G.A., Work Day, Elections. GbsL Ai QA . . . Qd-smL fainibu . . . AMY N. WHITE . . . Rockaway Park. N. Y. . . . Occu- pational Therapy . . . Union Dance Com.. Occupational Therapy Club, Hoofers. Orientation, Summer Prom. Snow Ball, Red Cross. LEOTA C. WHITE . . . Hamline University. MERCEDES V. WHITE Marquette University. Northiield. Minn. . . . Shorewood . . . History Economics PHILIP G. WHITE . . . Polo. 111. . . . Agricultural Bacteri- ology ... A Cappella Choir, Wisconsin Players. Sigma Alpha Epsilon. NANCY L. WHITELY . . . Fond du Lac . . . Agricultural Bacteriology . . . Winter Carnival. At Ease Com.. Union Hostess Com., Hoofers, Orientation, Alpha Phi. CHARLES S. Bacteriology WHITING . . . Roscoe, . . Beloit College. 111. Agricultural DOROTHY C. WHITTET . . . Shorewood . . . Physical Edu- cation . . . W.A.A., vice-pros.. Physical Education Club. Orientation, Union Activities Bureau. Panhel Board. Work Day, Humorology. Kappa Kappa Gamma. LAWRENCE P. WHITTET . . . Shorewood . . . Mechanical Engineering . . . Rico Institute . . . N.R.O.T.C. Delta Upsilon. DOROTHY E. WICEN . . . Wauwatosa Related Art . . . Orientation, Hoofers, Careers Conference. JOHN F. WICK Foxb . . . Banking and Finance . . . A.S.C.E., Chi Epsilon. Phi Eta Sigma. GERALD J. WICKLUND Kau Claire . . . Median u-a I Rn iiuvl in ii . Kau Claile Slale Teaeli.-i i ' ..I !.•- ■ A S M.E.. L.S.A. KENNETH F. WIEG Moravian College , . Student Assn. . . Madison . . . Accounting . . . National Student Assn.. Lutheran 198 SANDRA D. WIEN Union Hostess Com. Brooklyn, N. Y. Spanish LILLIAN L. WIENER . . . Springfield. Mass. . . . Social Work . . . Social Work Club. MELVIN J. WIERSUM Kenosha Extension. Kenosha M;u k l 1 1 1 _■. ARTHUR R. WIESE. JR. . . . Madison . . . Mechanical Engi- neering . . . Varsity Crew, A.S.M.E., Society of Automotive Engineers. JAMES A. WIESE . . . Seymour . . . Accounting . . . Notre Dame University . . . Beta Alpha Psi. WALTER F. WILEY . . . Winter . . . Botany . . . Eau Claire State Teachers College . . . International Club. VERNON A. WILK . Lawrence College. Random Lake Economics MARY E. WILKINS . . . River Falls . . . English . . . River Falls State Teachers College . . . Y.W.C.A. REVA J. WILKINS . . . Waukesha . . . English . . . Lawrence College ... Pi Beta Phi. AcalaioA, ufL JthsL diilL... ROBERT E. WILLS . . . Watertown . . . Pharmacy . . . River Falls State Teachers College . . . Wisconsin Pharma- ceutical Assn.. American Pharmaceutical Assn., Kappa Psi. ARNOLD A. WILLIS . . . Platteville . . . Pharmacy . . . Platteville State Teachers College . . . Wisconsin Pharma- ceutical Assn. CLAIRE V. WILSON . . . Boston, Mass. . . . Labor Economics . . . Wisconsin Players. University Chorus, A Cappella Choir, Hoofers, Union House Com. GLORIA J. WILSON . . . Racine . . . Applied Art. IVAN L. WILSON . . . Rock Springs . . . Electrical Engi- neering . . . Theta Tau. Wis- JEAN WILSON . . . Scarsdale, N. Y. consin Players, Badger, Delta Zeta. Speech MARGARET A. WILSON . . . Dousman . . . Home Economics . . . Carroll College . . . Union News Bureau. W.H.H.O., Union Library Com., Union Directorate, Charity Ball, ar- rangements chrm., Summer Prom, invitations chrm. RICHARD L. WILSON . . . Fanwood, N. J. Engineering . . . Triangle. WOODROW W. WILSON Trade. Madison . Mechanical International M. JEAN WIMMER . . . Cuba City . . . Child Development Frances Shimer College . . . Wiskits, Y.W.C.A. Cabinet, Christmas Bazaar, chrm., Delta Delta Delta. SAM WINER . Madison Accounting. FELICE R. WINKLER . . . New York, N. Y. . . . Recreation . . . University of Maryland . . . Orchesis, International Club, Civil Rights Com. " 199 CHARLES F. WINTER . . . Milwaukee . . . Chemistry . . Milwaukee Extension . . . Alpha Epsilon Pi . . . Thesis — " Uses of Radioactive Tracers Other Than Carbon and Hy- drogen. " CALEN D. WINTER . . Notre Dame University Interfraternity Council. GLENN A. WINTER Phi Eta Sigma. Shawano . . . Political Science . . . . . Hoofers. Humorology, Octopus. Sheb " Accounting RONALD A. Accounting ■ . WIPPERMAN . . Wisconsin Rapids . Beta Alpha Psi. Phi Eta Sigma. RAYMOND L. WIRSBINSKI . . . Mosinee . . . Accounting . . . Beta Alpha Psi. ALICE A. WISE . . . Lanark. 111. . . . Hospital Dietetics . . . Wisconsin Country Magazine. Ag. Student Council, Euthenics Ciub. Omicron Nu. Phi Upsilon Omicron, Sigma Epsilon Sigma, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . Thesis — " Protein Metabolism and Pyridoxic Acid. " HENRY M. WISLAND Finance . . . The Citadel HUBERT A. WITSCHER Wauwatosa . . Psi Upsilon. . Racine . . . Banking and Latin. BEVERLEY M. WITT ... La Crosse . . . English . . . La Crosse State Teachers College . . . Debate Team, Forensic Board, treas.. Phi Beta, vice-pres.. Delta Zeta. (BjuL dteamA, addil fyadsL . . . ELIZABETH WITTE . . . Madison . . . American Insti- tutions . . . Sigma Delta Pi, Alpha Chi Omega. ROGER M. WITTE . . . Milwaukee . . . Civil Engineering . . . M.H.A. Cabinet. Phi Eta Sigma, Chi Epsilon . . . Thesis— " Study of Flow in Aeration Tank at Nine Springs Sewage Plant. Madison. Wisconsin. " ROBERT L. WITTENBERG . . . Wauwatosa . Management . . . Phi Delta Theta. Industrial CARL E. WITTIG . . . Wisconsin Rapids . . . Mechanical Engineering . . . Sigma Chi. CAROLE WITTIG . . . . . Castalia. Y.W.C.A., Wauwatosa Hoofers. Labor Economics FLOYD E. WITZEL . . . Wauwatosa . . . Chemical Engi- neering . . . Delta Upsilon. ROY D. WOBORIL . . . Milwaukee . . . Civil Engineering . . . Phi Delta Theta . . . Thesis— " Determination of Stability of Soils by Means of the Hveem Stabilometer JEAN McNEIL WOELFER . . . Whiting. Ind. . . . Physical Medicine . . . International Club, Spanish Club. Women ' s Chorus. Camera Club, Hostess Com., Orientation. Junior Orchesis, Physical Medicine Club, W.A.A., Physical Edu- cation Club. Hoofers, Union Darkroom Com., Music Com., Girls ' Rifle Team. Kappa T3.lt LOIS J. WOELFFER . . Milwaukee . Lutheran Student Assn., treas, Psychology DOROTHY A. WOELFL . . . Milwaukee . . . Zoology Milwaukee Extension . . . Sophomore Honors, Sigma Epsilon Sigma. Sigma Kappa. MICHAEL J. WOICEK . . . Fond du Lac . . Physical Edu cation . . . Oshkosh State Teachers College CARL F. WOLF Sprin;: Valley, N. Y. 200 Chemistry l£» xL ELMER J. WOLF . . . Parma, Ohio . . . Electrical Engi- neering . . . Oberlin College . . . Kappa Sigma. HENRY E. WOLF . . . Sheboygan . . . Speech . . . Ripon College . . . Pershing Rifles, Military Ball King. Pre-Prom King, Junior Prom Major Domo, Debate Team, Student Union, pres.. Homecoming, chrm., R.O.T.C. Advanced Corps. Delta Kappa Epsilon. JEAN M. WOLF . . . Chicago. 111. . tation. Sigma Delta Pi, Pi Beta Phi. English RALPH N. WOLF Winter Haven. Fla. Orien- History. WILLIAM J. WOLFENBERG . . . Pewaukee . . . Chemical Engineering . . . Milwaukee Extension . . . A.I.Ch.E.. Sigma Delta Omega. WAYNE R. WOLFERT . . . Sheboygan . . . Speech . . . Georgetown University . . . Union Film Com., Wisconsin Players, Theater Board. CALVIN A. WOOD . . . Madison . . . Dairy Industry University of South Dakota . . . Delta Theta Sigma. HELEN P. WOOD THOMAS W. WOODARD neering. Racine . . . Related Art. Kenosha . . . Chemical Engi- JJwk, ahsuriL much, aid. • CLIFFORD WOODERICK Wautoma Pharmacy. ELLEN WOODHOUSE . . . Wauwatosa . . . Home Economics . . . Orientation, Elections. Alpha Chi Omega, treas. HARRY L. WOODS, JR. . . . La Crosse . . . Accounting . . . La Crosse State Teachers College . . . Alpha Kappa Psi. WILLIAM H. WOODS . . . Fond du Lac . . . Economic Statistics . . . Orientation. JOHN D. WOODWORTH . . . Richland Center . . . Eco- nomics ... La Crosse State Teachers College . . . Franken- burger House, pres. MARY K. WOODWORTH . . . Richland Center . . . English ... La Crosse State Teachers College. BETTY G. WORKS RUTH M. WORKS Green Bay Home Economics. GORDON A. WORM . . . Fond du Lac . . . Pharmacy . . . Wisconsin Pharmaceutical Assn.. American Pharmaceutical Assn.. Kappa Psi. ROBERT A. WORMET Kansas State College . . . Friendship . Y.M.C.A. . Economics STEPHEN P. WORMSER . . . New York, N. Y. . . . Eco- nomics . . . New York University . . . Men ' s Halls Cabinet . . . Ochsner House, sec, Dormsylvania. LOIS I. WUERCH . . . Manchester . . . Hospital Dietetics . . . Euthenics Club. Little International Queen, W.S.G.A. Careers Conference, Campacabana Com., Phi Upsilon Omi- cron, Omicron Nu. Sigma Epsilon Sigma, Mortar Board. 201 AUDREY WUESTHOFF . . . Shorewood . . . Labor Manage- ment . . . Lutheran Student Assn., pies.. Union Hostess. Women ' s Commerce Club, sec, Phi Chi Theta. treas. PHYLLIS I. WURSTER . . . Milwaukee . . . Home Economics . . . Marquette University . . . Home Economics Club. Castalia. Presbyterian Student Assn.. Blue Shield. Omicron Nu, treas. . . . Thesis — " Constituents of Potatoes. " HARVEY L. WYCKOFF . . . Milwaukee . , Engineering . . . Tau Beta Pi. Eta Kappa Nu. Electrical FAY L. YARBROUGH . . Starke. Fla. . . . Spanish . . . Spanish Club, pres., French Club. Spanish Fiesta. Sigma Delta Pi. pres. ROBERT G. YECK . . . Loganville . . . Agricultural Engi- neering . . . A.S.A.E. GILBERT W. YECKLER Physical Medicine . MARY YEHLE . . . Madison Physical Therapy Club. MIRIAM YLVISAKER . . . Madison . . . Journalism . . . Local Students Assn., W.H.A.. Union Library Com.. Union News Bureau. Theta Sigma Pi. PATRICIA YODER . . . Cleveland. Ohio . . . Physical Medi- cine . . . Cleveland College . . . Badger Club, pres., Physical Therapy Club, pres., W.A.A. QjuaL wJwl usuoJl. AssurtiL. donsL — EDWARD L. YOUNG . . . Milwaukee neering . . . Marquette University . . HELEN A. YOUNG College. Madison . . . Electrical Engi- A.I.E.E. Long Beach Junior ROBERT G. YOUNG . . . Fond du Lac . . . Electrical Engi- neering . . . Eta Kappa Nu. Tau Beta Pi. Phi Eta Sigma. MARION D. ZABARSKY . . . Maplewood. N. J. . . . Political Science . . . Cardinal, Union News Bureau, Union House Com., International Club. Hillel. ROBERT H. ZABEL . . . Glen Ridge. N. J. . . . Chemical Engineering . . . A.I.Ch.E., Charity Ball. Theta Delta Chi. JOSEPH J. ZADRA . . . Schofield Accounting. ANDREW J. ZAFIS . . . West Allis . . . Political Science . . . Bashfoid House, pres.. Cardinal Board vice-pres., Men ' s Halls Cabinet, Boxing, Senior Council. Hoofers. Cardinal. Beta Theta Pi. KATHEI R. ZAJICEK . . . Gays Mills . . . Wesley Foundation Student Assn. Home Economics WILLIAM H. ZAMZOW . . . Madison . . . Chemical Engi- rieering . . . Band. Pershing Rilles. Orientation, A.I.Ch.E.. Phi Lambda Upsilon. Alpha Chi Sigma. BERT L. ZARTNER Milwaukee Extension. Wauwatosa Geography . EDWARD J. ZEIMET . . . Stoughton . . . Zoology. LURA J. ZEIRKE . . . Hartland . . Related An . - , Home Economics Club. Orientation. 202 JOAN P. ZELDES . . . Galesburg. 111. . . . Economics . . . Cardinal, W.A.C., pub. chrm., 1947 Badger, editor. Student Board, sec. Crucible, sec. Mortar Board, pres.. Alpha Epsi- lon Phi. GLORIA J. ZEPHERIN . . . Milwaukee Extension Gamma Delta. Milwaukee . . . Mathematics . Sigma Epsilon Sigma. Alpha RICHARD A. ZEVNIK . . . Middleton . . . Mechanical Engi- neering . . . Society of Automotive Engineers, A.S.M.E. ELDON L. ZICKER . . . West Allis . . . River Falls State Teachers College . . . Ag. Student Council, Alpha Zeta, treas., Delta Theta Sigma, pres. CARL F. ZICKERT . . . Beloit . . . Mechanical Engineering . . . Georgia School of Technolgy . . . A.S.M.E., Pi Tau Sigma, Tau Beta Pi. MARILYN J. ZIFFRIN . . . Moline. 111. . . . Music . . . Union Music Com., Union Concert, chrm., Sigma Epsilon Sigma, Pi Lambda Theta. HARRY W. ZILBER . . . Green Bay . . . Political Science. LENORE E. ZIMMER . . Waterford . . . Institutional Man- agement . . . W.S.G.A.. Euthenics Club, Phi Upsilon Omieron. SUSAN B. ZIMMERMAN . . . Dayton, Ohio . . . Education . . . Work Day, Kappa Kappa Gamma, pres. £xanUu, UIul jUvc a., alwaijA, comsL. MARIAN R. ZINTER . . . West Allis . . . Occupational Therapy . . . Castalia, Senior Swingout, W.S.G.A., Wiskits, Occupational Therapy Club, Orientation, Homecoming, Kappa Delta. EVELYN S. ZIVETZ . . . Brooklyn, N. Y. . . . Sociology . . . Queens College . . . Alpha Kappa Delta, sec HERMAN ZIVETZ . . . Brooklyn, N. Y. . . . Journalism . . . City College of New York . . . Haresfoot, National Student Assn.. Variety Show, Alpha Delta Sigma, pres. GORDON R. ZOERB Sheboygan Extension. Kohler DONALD R. ZWICKEY . . . Oshkcsh Oshkosh State Teachers College. Accounting . . Commerce ROBERT W. ZYGMUNT . . . Marquette University . Milwaukee . . . Light Building . . Alpha Tau Omega, vice-pres. HOWARD E. DAY . . . Ottrand, III. . . . Chemistry . . . University of Illinois . . . Thesis — " The Preparation of Alums in Which Sc Has Been Substituted for S. " JERRY M. KROOT . . . Chicago, 111. . . . Electrical Engi- neering . . . Illinois Institute of Technology . . . Badger. Wisconsin Engineer. Octopus, A.I.E.E. 203 iiiminuitis for those who excel, the University offers membership in her hon- orary societies. In these societies can lie found (hose members of our campus who have achieved fame in their scholastic Held and in the line of leadership. We doff our hats. _ ' H sir.NA lii ' Niun snail Alpha chapter of Sigma Epsilon Sigma, freshman honorary sorority, recognizes those women who have maintained a 2.5 grade point average during their entire first year. The National organization was founded at the University of Wisconsin in 1927 for the purpose of encouraging leadership among outstanding women students. Officers were: Clarie Blackburn, President; Joan Hartman, Vice- president; Mary Ann Jacobson, Secretary; Barbara Burrell, Treasurer. First row: E. Lapinski, C. Richardson, J. Leonard, R. Rose, J. Sanford, L. Cutler, J. Radke, M. Mc- Neil, M. Steinmetz, P. Von Treba, M. Kuchma. Second row, M. Frey, C. Cragoe, E. Schmidt, J. Ames, I. Koskell, Mrs. Hill, C. Blackburn, J. Hart- man, M. Jacobson, S. Fudzinski, M. Dean, J. Wegner, M. Graham, M. Pandow. Third row: D. Urrutia, f. Hoxsey, P. Mullen, B. Guyer, H. Carlson, E. Solberg, C. Van Gordon, S. Mathews, M. Grimstad, B. Wall, C. Tubelis, R. Nolte, P. Carlson, V. Link, M. Bruce, F. Caucutt, L. Brummel, M. Youngquist, M. Youngquist, J. Jones, J. Solveson, D. Fox, O. Huskins. Fourth row: B. Johnson, R. Noland, M. Kerndt, B. Grota, S. Hornburg, M. Stewart, R. McCon- nell, N. Marshall, E. Crownhart, J. Weavers, A. Petersen, B. Huntington, W. Eugster, D. Jensen, B. Diamond, C. Panctti, L. Price, P. Colligan. 205 PHI 206 ETA SlliM.1 3 4 H ; . ' - 5 Phi Eta Sigma is an all-campus honorary fraternity for men who have made an average of 2.5 or better in their first semester or their entire freshman year. Phi Eta Sigma is dedicated to encouraging freshmen to do their best at Wis- consin and honoring those who show outstanding promise of success. The Wisconsin chapter is one of the oldest in the coun- try, having been founded in 1926. The class initiated in April, 1947, contained over three hundred men. making Wisconsin one of the largest chapters in the country. Officers were: Lee S. Dreyfus, President; Charles C. Burch, Vice President; Hugh R. Wahlin, Secretary; William R. Johnson, Treasurer; George T. Hildahl, Historian, and Wil- liam F. Spengler, Senior Advisor. Class Initiated December 11, 1946 G. Albert, R. Allen, C. Ames, R. Anderson, A. Arnaut, J. Aronson, E. Auerswald, R. Ausborne, R. Baum, R. Behrens, W. Berg, R. Bernard, L. Berth, E. Boland, L. Breitkopf, W. Brickert, J. Brown, R. Burr, L. Calvv, D. Caton, S. Chasan, B. Chemerow, R. Coeyman, G. Cook, I. Davis, M. W. De- Merit, J. DuBois, G. Durst, R. Eid, W. Fagan, C. Ford- ham, H. Francis, K. Freiberg, J. Gander, A. Ganz, R. God- frey, P. Goldberg, J. Hagen, S. Halecki, D. Hallock, D. Hampel, A. Hansen, A. Hendricks, V. Herzfeld, R. Hoff, W. Huber, R. Jacobson, D. Janicek, R. Jeffers, B. Johnson, H. Jones, R. Katz, M. Kloomok, H. Knaack, R. Koch, H. Kuo, N. Larney, A. Leider, D. Leslie, S. Lewis, H. Lind, R. Lindgren, D. Luck, J. McBratney, K. Mason, J. Maughan, J. Meyer, J. Mirabella, A. Mitka, B. Mleziva, R. Mollwitz, D. Monson, E. Mosher, A. Mundt, P. Murphy, R. Neidner, B. Noordhoff, H. Olson, P. Olson, G. Orazem, H. Pearce, M. Peck, D. Piel, H. Pitt. D. Plautz, C. Potter, A. Price. N. Putman, F. Raffel. R. Rand. M. Rechnitz, R. Rehrauer, W. Robocker, A. Roecker, H. Roepke. T. Roskos, B. Ross, J. Royce, M. Rue, K. Sague, R. Samp, S. Sanders, G. Schmitt, E. Schuh, J. Schweitzer, R. Shehan, F. Shuler, H. Siegel, E. Snyder, H. Snyder, E. Sokol, R. Spalding, M. Stapanian, D. Stoller, R. Stroham, D. Thompson, J. Thompson, J. Tif- fany, J. Toussaint, E. Uttermann, N. Vahldieck, J. Verwiel, R. Wagner, D. Walker, J. Waters. G. Wenck, G. Wheeler, G. Winter, W. Woefier, W. Zanis. Class Initiated April 29, 1947 }. Almon, W. Ames, M. Anderson, H. Angle, B. Ansell, G. Arndt, M. Askotzky, S. Baker, C. Barker, R. Barndt, D. Barth, L. Bastian, I. Benedon, F. Bertoloet, G. Betts, R. Bin- ning, R. Blattner, C. Boehrer, D. Borden, R. Borth, R. Both- am, R. Bradley, D. Brasure, R. Brazeau, T. Buchholz, R. Bull. C. Burch, J. Burton, R. Bush, H. Carlson, F. Catlin, R. Cattoi, E. Christensen, M. Christensen, J. Christianson, J. Christoph, D. Clausen, J. Cleary, D. Cohen, N. Cohen, J. Colby, H. Cook, J. Coonen, L. Dalton, R. Danfield, R. DeBroux, W. Deike, C. Dempsey, D. Dessart, R. Donaldson, L. Dreyfus, P. Drolsom, N. Dupont, R. Durland, C. Eisen- houer, C. Erickson, R. Esser, K. Feifarek, D. Ferrell, D. Fisher, B. Fogarty, A. Fontaine, B. Franklin, A. Fritz, L. Fuelle, H. Gaeth, J. Gagliardi, J. Gaustad, T. Gensler, R. Gerhardt, R. Gerlach, A. Gessler, K. Getschman, C. Glaeser, D. Glicklich, J. Gonce, J. Green, R. Greenkorn, D. Groth, A. Gruetjen, W. Guettinger, W. Hahn, E. Hall, R. Hall, J. Halpin, R. Harkavy, T. Hart, R. Hartnell, E. Hassel, R. Haubrich, R. Hauser, R. Hendrickson, F. Hengst, D. Henze, C. Hibbard, G. Hildahl, R. Hoefs. H. Hokum, A. Hooker, R. Hovde, J. Hudson, D. Huebner, J. litis, T. litis, D. Jarosh, J. Jensen, L. Jensen, R. Jerrard, D. Johnson, R. Johnson, R. Johnson, W. Johnson, ]. Johnston, A. Jones, M. Jones, R. Jones, J. Jung, R. Katz, R. Kebbekus, R. Keller, F. Kiek haefer, F. Kinzer, P. Kirchhoff, J. Klingenberg, R. Kluber- ton, D. Koehn, S. Kohn, I. Koppel, B. Kramer, J. Kremers, A. Krueger, D. Krugman, B. Kubale, G. Luchera, R. Kufrin, R. LaFollette III, R. Lamont, J. Landkamer, C. Larsen, K. Lawler, R. Lawrence, R. Lemmerhirt, B. Lepp, G. Lerner, H. Lewin, C. Lewis, R. Lose, F. Lutz, R. Lynch, G. Mc- Carthy, G. McKay, L. McNall, R. Mackenzie, N. Madisen. F. Mahan, Jr., J. Maier, R. Manske. L. Maresh, P. Meiss- ner, G. Melville, R. Mendelsohn, J. Michel, J. Middleton, W. Mills. A. Misch, J. Mitchell, R. Moreau, T. Morris. Ir.. I. Moskowitz, C. Mueller, C. Nakamura, C. Navratil, Jr., M. Nelson, W. Nelson, A. Nemetz, R. Netzel, G. Neuman, P. Neveau, W. Nielsen, B. Olson. R. Olson. R. W. Olson, R. Oppenheim, G. Ormson, W. O ' Rourke, J. Osmond. R. Over- man, A. Paul, |r., J. Paustian, J. Peters, G. Petersen, T. Peterson, H. Pierkowski, F. Pinkham, R. Plantico, G. Po- kora, G. Pommerening, A. Porath, A. Porter, E. Prins, F. Pritzlaff, C. Proulx, R. Quan t, J. Queram, W. Rabenn, H. Rabin, W. Racine, G. Raeburn. O. Raster, R. Rayford, D. Reinke. N. Rieboldt. W. Riggert, W. Ristown, W. Rogge, K. Royer, E. Rulseh, R. Runquist, R. Runstrom, D. Russell, H. Scales, Jr., H. Schmidt. R. Schmidt, H. Schoepke, H. Schopler, D. Schroeder, G. Schuetze, Jr.. P. Schumacher, A. Schweitzer. J. Schweitzer, W. Selbrede, L. Sethne, G. Siera- kowski, A. Skover, Jr.. H. Smith, M. Smith. A. Soltesz, F. Sorauf, C. Sorensen, C. Soukup. J. SpindEr. P. Spoentgen, R. Stange, J. Stark. M. Steil, L. Steighorst, E. Stinebrink, A. Stortz, N. Straub, D. Stromberg, S. Studee. R. Suchy, R- Sullivan, G. Theiler, H. Theisen, R. Thiede. J. Tibbitts, T. Tibbitts, J. Torke, W. Trumpf, T. Tvznik, C. Yoelker, J. Wagner. R. Wagner, H. Wahlin. R. Walsh, J. Warrick, H. Watson, M. Webb, T. Weber, G. Weinfurter, T. Weins, P. Welch, R. Westphal, J. Whitman, L. Whittig, W. Whitting- ham, D. Wichern, P. Wiegert, R. Wiethaup, ). E. Wille, W. Willis, W. Wlodarczyk. R. Wood. V. Yusas, B. Zeavin, E. Zehms, C. Zielke, W . Zwicky. 207 II II II Till lllllllll i First row: ]. Wendorff, J. Miller, J. Zeldes, M. Burke, L. Wuerch. Second row: B. Harktr. D. Kayser, M. Trotter, P. Godfrey, J. Kresge, B. Berge, P. Rasmusson. Mortar Board, the National Senior Women ' s Honorary Group, includes women of outstanding scholarship, leadership and service. From the time thai they are tapped in the spring until their graduation the next year, the women in Mortar Hoard are dedicated to developing the citizenship and fellowship of the women on campus. Service- promts on the campus help to achieve this goal. The Mortar Hoard tea held this spring was m honor of Sigma Kpsilon Sigma. Flower sales at Senior SwingOUl time are taken care of by the Mortar Board members. These proceeds are used to further activities in future years. Evi ry spring on th nigh) before Senior Swing our the outstanding junior women on campus are tapped by the graduating Mortar Board members. They are then honored the next day at Senior Swingout and the following Sunday at the annual Mortar Board Breakfast. As a final project this year, Mortar Board, in conjunction with W.S.G.A., sponsored a survey showing what members oi Mortar Hoard do after they graduate. This was commended highly by the national organization and was later published m the Mortar Board Quarterly, the national pub lication. Officers were: Joan Zeldes, President: Marv Burke, Vice-president ; foyce Wendorff, Treasurer; Joyce Miller, Secretary; Betty Marker. Journalist; and June Kresge. I lisionan. JUS CRUCIBLE First row: M. Markham, D. Burnett, N. Allen. Second row: P. Johnson, R. Israly, E. Adams, M.Rothermel, E. Rice, N. Wheeler, S. Kast. Crucible, the junior women ' s honorary organi- zation, was founded on the University of Wiscon- sin campus in 1921. Crucible recognizes outstand- ing scholarship, service and accomplishment. The members are chosen in the spring of their sopho- more year, and announced at Senior Swingout in May. Membership lasts for one year. Crucible ' s project is raising money for scholar- ships. This year they also made a contribution to W.S.G.A. for their commemorative booklet, which was issued to celebrate their fiftieth anniversary. At the present time the members of Crucible are revamping their constitution, bringing it up to date on initiation procedure. Crucible ' s chief social event this year was the dinner they gave for the 1946-47 Crucible mem- bers. Officers were: Margaret Rothermel, President; Elizabeth Rice, Secretary; and Elizabeth Adams, Treasurer. 209 PHI KIPP.I PHI The Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi was founilal in 1S97 as a national scholastic organiza- tion through the efforts of the presidents of three slate universities. Its primary objective is the recog- nition and encouragement of superior scholarship in all fields of university study. Its chapters elect from all schools of their respective universities. There are 49 active chapters in the United States. The Wisconsin Chapter was founded May 21, 1920. Election of new members is held late in March and the initiation ceremony takes place in early April. Including the class of 1947, a total of 1,464 graduates of the University of Wisconsin have been elected to Phi Kappa Phi. The local chapter of the Society contributes annually the sum of $50.00 for an undergraduate scholarship. The national office of the Society grants three $1,000 fellowships annually to candidates selected from among the active chapters. CHAPTER OFFICERS ML O. Withey Chester V. Easum Fred B. Trenk Inge Carstens Presidem Vice President Secretary Treasurer iimiii.il Correspondeni MEMBERS FACULTY— EMERITUS: C. J. Anderson, L. Bascom, E. Bennett, P. M. Ruck, L. J. Cole, S. H. Goodnight, E. B. Gordon, M. F. Guyer, E. B. Hart, E. G. Hastings, B. H. Hibbard, A. R. Hohlfeld, C. K. Lekh, D. W. Mead. F. W. Roe, J. R. Roebuck, H. L. Russell, and F. E. Turneaure. FACULTY: R. W. Abbott, H. L. Ahlgren, I. L. Bald- win. J. H. Beuscher, M. E. Bliss, G. Bonzelet, H. C. Bradley, C. Bunn, I. Carstens, E. J. Cogan, F. Daniels, C. V. Easum, W. H. Ebling, C. Elvchjem, P. Fluck, E. B. Fred, M. N. H ' Doubler, V. A. C. Henmon, O. Hibina, A. Hobson, A. W. Hopkins, M. Ingraham. F. G. loachim, P. Jones, T. E. Jones, G. W. Keitt, W. H. Kiekhofer, J. II. Kolb, O. L. Kowalke, E. Lacey, G. L. Larson, R. Laubenstein. E. A. Lean. D. D. Lescohicr. I. H. Lilly, K. I ' . Link. B. J. Longley, YV. F. Lorenz, t:. 1 ' . Lurvey, II. Manning. J. H. Mathews, Y. 1. Meek, W. S. Middleton, R. |. Muckenhirn, F. A. Ogg, EC. Par- dons, S. 1 ' erlman. B. Rogers, C II. Ruedisili. O. S. Run- dell, W. B. Sarks. M. Schaars. F. Schmidt, V. Sheridan, I I. Steenbock, W. A. Sumner, C. Tenuta, I " . B. Trenk. I.. Troxcll, W. C. Wagner, R. Wallerstein, A. T. Weaver. II. c. White. P. Wils„„. M. (). Withey. GRADUATE STUDENTS AND SENIORS: O. T. Armstrong, E. Brenner, C. B. Cohen, W. R. DeLong, II. I.. Ewbank, C. Fay, ). A. Finken, P. Godfrey, (i. P .i if, I . I [ancock, T. [ura, W. K. Kirchner, |. |. Kunes I). R. Mandelker, C. Mendum, M. W. Oleson, C. II. Osborne, W. Polner, |. Rapoport, S. 1 ' . S.i . D. Schuster. M. Shire. M. F. Slade, |. Slater. W. Smith, I ' . Tausche, E. Thayer, R. Wainer, W. Walker. W. W. Ward. R. R. Weeks, I . A. Wendt, R. II. Wentorf. !10 WISCONSIN RITC ' S ARMY, NAVY AND AIR FORCE ROTC was established at the University of Wis- consin in 1866 as an Army training unit. From this small start this training plan has grown until it now gives instruction in Naval, Army, and Air Force subjects. Each of these Armed Forces have their own organization and facilities on the campus. The Naval ROTC has its own building on University Avenue on the west end of the campus. The Army ROTC and the Air ROTC share the " Old Red Armory " on the lower campus. Several hundred Junior Officers, who have the necessary qualities and attributes, are graduated from the nearly 2,000 young men receiving train- ing each year. COL. WILLIS S. MATTHEWS Commandant The Start of the Department of Military Science anil Tactics is com- pos ' I of 14 officers and In enlisted men, who after special training and education, are assigned to the University by the Army. The Military Department is an integral part of the University edu- cational system. The courses ot instruction and policies are outlined by the Department of the Army and approved by the University. C..1. R.C. Parry . I I Morgan Lt. Col. Ill I Eagi rtj l.n I.. I [amblenjr. Mil. W. N. I lonovan Capt. K. |. Geaney, Jr. M.n. |. V. Nicholas Capt. J. C. Larson Maj. R. C. Spiedel, Jr. Capt. F. A. Wells M.n. W. I. Schweiger, Jr. M.n. 1 . A. Van Epps Lieut. E. E. Welch Lieut D.D. Malkow First row: L. Cameron, H. Michel, C. Allison, F. Merriman, A. Bast, G. Viertel. Second row: K. Millicari, C. Reilley, H. Cooke, W. Speerstra, G. Gardner, R. Myers, J. Bruhy. ELEMENTARY CORPS The Elementary Corps consists of Freshman and Sophomore students, who are required to take the two years of " Branch Immaterial " training. Examples of this general and basic type instruc- tion are: Map Reading; Hygiene and First Aid; Military Organization; Leadership; Drill and Command; Individual Weapons and Marksman- ship; Military History; Physical Development Methods; Evolution of Warfare; and Military Ad- ministration and Law. All text books and training equipment are pro- vided by the Department and an Officer ' s type uni- form is issued to each man for wear at the weekly drills. MEDICAL CORPS Training given in Leadership, Personnel Management, Administra- tion. Supply, Hospital Operation, Medical Methods, Principles and Facilities, Disease Control and Pre- vention, Transportation Facilities, Emergency Treatments, and New Hvelopments. ADVANCED AIR FORCE Training given in Leadership, Air Intelligence, Combat Orders, Inspection Methods, Navigation, Aeronautics, Meteorology. Commu nications, Guided Missiles, Admin- istration, Organization, and Supply. ►?V» ?¥ ? . TRANSPORTATION CORPS Training given in 1 .eldership. Organization, Administration, Sup ply, Transportation by Land, Sea. and Air, Motors and Equipment, Operation of Transportation Pacili ties and Their Control. SIGNAL CORPS Training given in Leadership, Organization, Administration, Sup- ply, Radio, Telephone and Telegraph Communications, Repair and Main- tenance of Equipment, Operations, Photography, and New Develop- ments. CORPS MILITARY POLICE Training given in Leadership, Command Ability, Organization, Traffic Control, Handling of Prison- ers, Investigations, Patrolling, Mili- tary Law and Government. Domes- tic Disturbances and Control, Com- munications, Administration, and Supply. ENGINEER CORPS Training given in Leadership, Command Ability, Organization, Supply, Administration, Combat Principles, Reconnaissance, Mapping and Sketching, Explosives and De- molitions, Roads and Bridges, Air- borne and Amphibious Operations, and Job Management. . ADVANCED CORPS INFANTRY CORPS Training given in Leadership, Command Ability, Organization, Gunnery and Fire Control, Strategy and Tactics, Communications, Troop Movements, Motors and Transpor- tation. Administration, Supply, and New Developments. 1 — Tl VA1 r v P 1 ' 9 p •? i ' T «ii :■ • " ' ■ » i r w _• yii J 1 L ' FRESHMAN RIFLE TEAM Composed of Freshman ROTC cadets whose ability of marksmanship is outstanding. Shoulder to shoulder matches are fired which give training and experience necessary to qualify these men for the Varsity Team. First row: W. F. Schar, H. I). King, F. F. Meyer. R. B. Russell. L. F. Thompson. Second row: C. F. Fettin, J. P.. Meyer, ]. R. Weisir, A. L. Plemtz, F. F. Strong. Third row: Major |. I). Morgan. K. A. Kreul, C. Lewis, F. W. Eilo. R. ]. Powell. N. M. Gilbertson. CAPTAIN HAROLD KING 216 PISTOL TOM CAPTAIN VINCENT METCAU- " First row: N. Bodenstein, L. Duwe, Jr., L. Tooley, R. Hayes. Second row: Captain Frederick Wells, E. Meyer, H. Ogren, L. Zilisch. VARSITY RIFLE TOM Fully affiliated with the National Rifle Association, this team has about 50 scheduled shoulder to shoulder and postal matches each year. Open to all students at the University, the members of this team are all qualified pistol marksmen. Composed of university men and women students who can qualify sufficiently high in Rifle Marksmanship, this team tied for 3rd in the Western Conference Rifle League. Postal and shoulder to shoulder matches are fired both on regular schedule and at tournaments. CAPTAIN ROBERT BOHM First row: R. G. Bohm, ). Egan, ). Thompson, D. H. Thorpe. Second row: G. A. Darber, G. E. Poehls, R. B. YaKs, G. F. Klein- hammer, O. L. Haszel. Third row: Major |. D. Morgan, R. C. Henry, W. H. Sandberg, B. E. Arndt. Firsi row: D. O. Barth, H. E. Paris, D. E. Shaw, C. J. Weis, C. W. Umland, R. L. Larson, M. H. Jacobson. Second row: J. C. Ellis. B. W. Getken, D. W. Mueller, T. W. Reese, J. R. Reynoldson, T. E. Leahy, C. I . Skoien, I. W. Bolender. Third row: L. H. Tasker, F. D. Sousek, H. W. Er.ist, G. R. Angell, P. B. Wirtz, F. G. Lueders, R. D. Crandall, J. E. Kristy, W. E. Schar. Fourth row: D. W. Andrews, R. L. Berge, L. F. Hodgson, L. J. Ford, G. L. Rleinhammer, R. T. Carl- son, W. C. Nieman, C. A. Sorensen. I KltS II RIFLES A National Honorary Military Society whose active members are outstanding Elementary Course Cadets. Wisconsin ' s unit. Company " C " , Secontl Regiment of Pershing Rifles, has a high degree of military proficiency as well as a mem- orable social calendar. Founded at the University of Wisconsin, Company " A " , First Regiment of Scabbard and Blade, is a National Honorary Military Society. Only Advanced Corps cadets may be elected to membership and participate in the advanced training and colorful social calendar. Hill AID BLADE First row: H. Griswold, Capt. J. Larson. Second row: H. Ross. R. Bartelme, R. Erffmeyer, N. Alff, B. Gunderson, R. AllT. Third row: C. Panfil, J. Roob, W. Wareham, D. Brenner, H. Smuckler, R. Hensley, R. Yates. Fourth row: ]. Veek. R. Ullrich, L. Zilisch, B. Goldstein, G. Siler, J. Nolan, D. Shane, T. Lucas MILITARY i ttom: Robert Fisher loliii I ' ll, . ( lharles I lawks |ohn " i )llSC|)ll ( Jlldskll I lcm ' ,,ll QUEEN MARY SCHNEIDERS AND KlNG DONALD REPPEN (Jay Phillipson, Janet Williams Marjorie Kay Baer, Betty Einhorn Mary Emig, Maud; Eakins Barbara Scheven, Rosemary Heronemus Pat Neilson, Barbara Gill Margaret Freeze, Mary Felton BALL " The Band of the Year at the Dance of the Year " was the motto as Stan Kenton and his orchestra played at the 1948 Military Ball. King Donald Reppen, his Queen Mary Schneiders and the twelve finalists for the Court of Honor had been previously introduced at Pre-Military Ball; but on this evening six of these 12 finalists were elected by popular vote of the dancers and after their presentation by the King and Queen, they were commissioned and then honored by a performance of the Pershing Rifle Crack Drill Squad. The Army, Navy, and Air Force ROTC cadet corps each con- tributed their efforts in making this the highlight of the year ' s social calendar. Robert Fisher, was executive aide; Joe Onosko handled finances; John Geiger did a " bang-up " job on promotions; Charles Hawks made all the arrangements; John Place was in charge of decorations, assisted by Raymond Lawry in Great Hall. William Dauterman in the Council Room, and William Kiesling in Tripp Commons; Donald Shaw arranged for th; Commandant ' s Dinner; Earl Numrich was in charge of the C-urt of Honor Selection. Recep- tion and Presentation; Henry Wolf handled special events; Robert Samp worked on social relations; Glen Gerhardt handled publicity; while William Bowden was arranging displays; and Herbert Richter handled tickets. Great Hall, swaying to the music of Stan Kenton ' s orchestra, was decorated with a large globe of the world. Aircraft, tanks, and ships Hanked this scene to symbolize the three components of the Armed Forces. Council Room was rich in tones of silver and blue with a large emblem of Air Force wings over the band stand where Don Voegeli and his orchestra blended melodious music and rhvthm for the dancers. Tripp Commons was arranged as a Naval Port City with a pano- rama of quaint buildings and a wharf. A continuous display of projected p : ctures showed various Naval scenes in the darkened sky above Bob Arden and his orchestra, who furnished musical enjoy- ment for the guests. -r. • • First row: LCDR R. W. Conrad, CDR R. M. Metcalf, CAPT J. E. Hurff. MAJ B. J. Andruska, LCDR D. L. G. King. Second row: C. C. Martin, FC2; H. W. Johnson. SOZ; L. R. Reevs, PNC; H. W. Hellgren. QMC; A. Akulich, SKC; H. J. Bell. C SGT; I. T. Howling, YNC; L. R. Harrison, QM1. kUi The Department of Naval Science, an academic department of the University of Wisconsin, was established on the campus in August of l u 4o to administer and provide instruction for the Naval Reserve Officers Training Corps. Staffed by officers and petty officers of the regular Navy and Marine Corps, it is one of fifty-two NROTC Units located in leading colleges and universi- ties throughout the United States. The purpose of the NROTC is to provide a steady supply ol well educated officers for the U. S. Navy and Marine Corps, and to build up a trained officer reserve who will he ready to serve their country ill the hour of need. On the NROTC roster are students from nearly every under- graduate college and school of the University ol Wisconsin. CAPTAIN I.U ' K ll ' K ■ n ' f fit- t llt ' l:i :| ' $ f : f i : : : !; . :::. ; ( t it-!;t : 4 t ; i lit t f i- 4. ♦ t : i : lit I ' -i i COMPANY A Company Commander G. J. Anderson Company Subcommander T. J. Kanvik Company Chief P. O —J. V. Rudy Professor of Naval Science and Tactics, Captain Jack E. Hurff, USN, coordinates the staff and midshipmen of the U. of Wis- consin Naval ROTC. A Naval Academy graduate of 1920, Captain Hurff served on the staff of the U. of California NROTC during the 1930 ' s. In World War II, he was assigned to the Amphibious Force during the Casablanca and Sicily campaigns. After a transfer to the Pacific, Captain Hurff commanded Destroyer Squadron 11 in the Solomons campaign and guided the heavy cruiser USS NEW ORLEANS through the Man- anas First Philippine Sea, Bonins Raid, Leyte Gulf, and Okinawa campaigns. Executive Officer CDR. Ralph M. Met- calf, USN, was appointed to the Naval Academy in 1931. He served aboard the USS NEW MEX- ICO and USS CONCORD from 1935 to 1938. He was then assigned to duty in sub- marines. During World War II he served in the USS S-23, USS POGY, and USS LOGGERHEAD, making ten war pa- trols, five in command. G. J. ANDERSON Company Commander Battalion Adjutant _ E. F. Poesch, Jr. Battalion Subcommander C. H. Hawks Battalion Commander . D. J. MacDonald Battalion Chief P. O. K. F. Purdy f : lf. f f :: I=--t :: f :: f : t- » t, • • i t _.I t : t :: f f ;t;. : » : t ;: f ; f ■ J " . f-3 v .v COMPANY B M. D. MANN Company Commander Company Commander M. D. Mann Company Subcommander H. S. Griswold Company Chief 1 ' . U. H. A. Fischer A. L. Johnson, R. E. Anderson, I. Zimmerman, ( ' . F. La Kahn Instructor ' s Star?; Major Bruno J. Andruska, USMC, serves as Officer in Charge of the Supply Dept., is Battalion Drill Officer, and in- structs Marine- courses and Naval Science indoctrination courses. LCDR. Robert W. Conrad, USN. acts as Communications, Navigation, and Naval Reserve Liaison Officer, and teaches a Navigation course. LCDR. David L. G. King, USN, acts as gunner) and Engineering Officer, and teaches classes in Ordnance and Fire Con- trol. The rifle squad has won nine out of thirteen matches fired so lar this season, defeating Alabama Tech., Duke, University of Utah. University of Miami. Vanderbilt, Northwestern, University of Minnesota, University of Pennsylvania, and Stanford. The first squad was composed of R. T. Travers, R. N. Smith, G. H. Buellow, R. W. Olson, and H. R. Davidson. Last year the squad placed 25th out of 53 schools in the Hearst Naval ROTC rifle competition. Undefeated in their own section in this year ' s intramural con- test, the basketball team had the misfortune of losing its first play-off game. The team , coached by Maj. Andruska, was G. J. Anderson, K. R. Behring, R. W. Benedict. L. J. Blackbourne, F. A. Brewater, C. C. Burch, C. L. Carrington, H. J. Davidson, G. O. Drais, C. Fimian, W. M. Imhoff, A. L. Johnson, L. K. Johnson, P. L. Kellogg, P. E. Klien, W. R. King, L. S. Marsh, T. K. Michel, M. B. Mutimer. R. J. Reilly. R- W. Wengel, J. A. Zimmerman, and Govert. Lt. Comdr. King demonstrat ing the principles of flag-hoisting Comdr. Metcalf explaining the I unctions of a torpedo. FOOTBALL BASKETBALL BOXING BASEBALL • OMicoKiin. BOOK IWO THEY l.l HUH THE ItlllliKIIS HARRY S ' lUHLDREHER, head coach Kiss Kll ' l ' l . line coach GEORGE FOX, assistant coach cry sr i T. .,„ 4 »• , coach oi the mimiin n ni ■ Here are the men who guided Wisconsin ' s football fortunes to the runner- up spot in the Western Conference. From left to right: Bruno Andruska (assistant freshman coach) ; Bob Wei- gent (assistant freshman coach); George Lanphear (head freshman coach); Lynn Hovland (varsity tackle coach); George Fox (assistant varsity coach); Harry Stuhldreher (varsity head coach); Guy Sundt (varsity backfield coach) ; Russ Rippe (varsity center and guard coach); Art Mansfield (head coach 150 pound squad) ; Vince Gavre (assistant freshman coach) ; Alvin Mancheski (as- sistant 150 pound squad coach). HRSITY- II RAH! RAH!... Jack Wink, who was chosen honorary captain ol the l l M7 gridders, was a member of Wisconsin ' s tamed l ' J42 football team, which came within one game ol being national champs, lack, a 5-11, 190 pound Milwaukeean. lettered last year at the quarterback spot. He also played at Michigan under the Marine training program. • 52 84 79 7 e 53 36 33 TO 64 6! 22 35 8B 87 3F . First row: A. Smith, manager, I). Donnellan, K. Currier. W. George, I). Loepfe, J. Wink (capt.), II. Olshanski, B. Rcnnebohm, E. Maves, |. Frei, S. Dutch, manager. nd row: (,. Fox, assistant coach. T. Kittel, |. Kelley, B. Weiske, R. Hartley, A. Hoehn, B. Elliott, R. Wilson, T. .... B. Bendrick, C. Self, W. Bakkc. trainer. Third row: II. Stuhldreher, head coach, (i. Sundt, backfield coach, N, ( ollias, W. Price, T. Bennett, E. Hintz, C. Zoelle, ). Embach, ' .. O ' Neill, V. Dreyer, ;. Evans, R. Rippe, guard and i ntei i oach. Fourth nm: |. Toepfer, E Girard, I). Kn.mil, |. Pinnow, ! ■ Shi .i. II. ' hi. rba h, R. Freund, K. Rustman, I.. Black- bourn, |r.. (,. SurlHT. I.. Hovland, tackli coach. I;.. I. " Red " Wilson, Wisconsin ' s all-conference center, was .1 bj Ins in. ins as their choice loi must valuable. 1 [is line backing ai ili centei s|«,i was one " I the reasons foi thi Badgers ' high standing in the 1947 conference race. Bob, who is .1 top-notch catchei mi thi baseball team, also lc mi n ,l l.isi season. CD TIME TO PLAY [ use ram Final Conference Football Standings W L T Michigan ..... 6 WISCONSIN ...... 4 3 1 Purdue 3 3 Illinois .. 3 3 I) Minnesota 3 3 Iowa ..... 2 3 1 Indiana 2 3 1 Northwestern i 4 Ohio State 1 4 1 Sept. 27, 1947 . . . and the Badgers overwhelmed Purdue, 32-14, in a game at Camp Randall that was supposed " to determine the conference cellar cham- pion " . . . The Boilermaker goal was penetrated twice in the initial stanza . . . once when Dreyer took a lateral from Blackbourn after Wilson had intercepted a Purdue pass . . . and again on a 37-yard toss from Dreyer to Bennett . . . Self broke loose from two tacklers midway of the second quarter and sprinted 78 yards to make the count — with the cooperation of Blackbourn ' s educated toe — 19-0 .. . Dreyer went over from the eight in the third period . . . and Black- bourn drove through the center for the final Badger tally . . . DeMoss passed to Maloney and Heck intercepted a Card lateral for the Boilermakers ' markers. 231 CD TIME TO PLAY Q] MM 7 ? Oct. 4, 1947 . . . and the Badgers battled with the Hoosiers all afternoon un- der murky skies at Bloomington, hut the best they could do was a 7-7 tie . . . In one sense, they were lucky to get away with the tie as Taliaferro and com- pany ran all over the field with the ball, anil had a big edge in statistics at the tilt ' s conclusion . . . But, in another sense, the Red-shirts should have had more as they were in there battling all the time, especially when they recovered an Indiana fumble on the Hoosier 26 late in the last quarter ... It was to no avail, though, as Wisconsin fumbled on the next play . . . The Cards did not break into the scoring column until the last stanza when Maves galloped 70 yards for the Badger tally, Blackbourn ' s place kick saving the day. Earl " fug " ' Girard. back 232 [Dtime to play CD WISCONSIN 7 Chuck Zoelle, end Oct. 11, 1947 . . . and a bad case of fumbleitis saw die Badgers suffer their worst defeat at Camp Randall since 1943 ... as California rode roughshod over the Cardinal jerseys, 48-7 . . . There seemed to be no end to the versatility of the Bears ... for they ground up the Badger line on offense and treated it similarly on defense . . . The chalkdines appeared to merge as they were crossed, time and again, by the alert men from the Gold Coast . . . and the irony of it all came in the fact that the Badgers contributed to their own rout . . . having no less than eight fumbles recovered by the Californians . . . Self ' s 66 yard run from scrimmage in the opening minutes of the third quarter was the only Badger bright spot of the dreary afternoon. • ' « — W f ' 3 t fvftf .r» t - v- l. Ai ? . • ' fr -k Art- ■■■■ ■■■■■■■■ ■■■■■■■■■■ni ■■■Ml Press. Association, Inc. 233 I ' ' ' -- l.l! I n, Oct. 18, 1947 . . . and the Badgers bounced back from the California assault to plaster the men of Eli, 9-0, at New Haven . . . Lisle Blackbourn ' s field goal from the 15-yard line (see above picture) gave the Wisconsin eleven a 3-0 lead at half-time . . . and late in the last period, one of the Jugger ' s passes connected with Jimmy Embach, who went over standing up for the Cards ' other points . . . Nadherny and Jackson played good ball for the Elis, but it was to no avail ... as the Badger spirit was high and they refused to be halted . . . Every one of the Red-shirts had a hand in the victory, for they were all determined to show the students who were listening in Madison that they still had the stuff, even after the licking they had suffered the week before. Dick Loepfe, tackle Hal Otterbach, tackle Wray George, guard ID TIME TO PLAY Q] fflsewsii i 2.H Earl Maves, back Ben Bendrick, back Lisle Blackbourn, Jr., back Oct. 25, 1947 . . . and the score was 35-12 as the Hilltoppers from Marquette fell hefore a Badger onslaught in the annual renewal of this state rivalry . . . the two elevens seemed to battle nip and tuck for the first ten minutes . . . anil then the Jugger unleashed one of his passes to Clary Self, and " No. 18 " hit pay dirt to break the deadlock . . . Mid-way of the second stanza, Bendrick went through left tackle for another six pointer ... In the third period, Girard pass- ed from mid-field to Zoelle on the Hilltop 30 and the Card end tallied another " TD " ... A few minutes later, Girard broke through tackle on the Badger 36, eluded six Hilltops, and was off to pay dirt . . . Teague got off a 44-yard heave to Hanley in the last quarter to close the day ' s tallying. LUtime to play CD ARQUETTE 1 235 CD TIME TO PLAY CD WO. ' ! EOT! Nov. 1, 1947 . . . and two minutes after the opening whistle, Self had pushed over the first of the four touchdowns the Badgers were to score in rolling over Northwestern, 29-0, at Evanston that afternoon . . . Knauff pounced on a Wild- cat fumble on the 21 . . . and Girard heaved a 16 yard pass to Rennebohm to set the stage for the marker . . . Blackbourn ' s foot had a share in the win, too, as he kicked a Held goal and two extra points . . . 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' ei e S ' - ' DiTJMaii " Tot " Tl iMApco. .OWjWM ,, „,..„ t -E.icM.nn | [V |PJ Nov. 8, 1947 . . . and the Badgers lambasted Iowa at Camp Randall before a homecoming crowd of 45,000, to set the stage for their Big Nine showdown clash with Michigan the next week ... It was snowing and the fans were shiv- ering . . . but the Badgers were hot as firecrackers . . . and they exploded in the face of the astonished Hawkeyes, 46-14 . . . Jug Girard sprinted 63 and 85 yards on two initial period goalward jaunts to light the fuse . . . Self and Blackbourn dented the Hawkeye goal in the second quarter . . . Olshanski ' s turn came in the third . . . and Self and Blackbourn, on a 65-yard punt return, added to the Badger totals in the final stanza ... It was a team victory, with every cne of the fifty red-shirted men contributing to the onslaught. Ken Currier, guard Don Knauff, guard Wally Dreyer, back 237 I ' l ... --,,, Ml icill, 1 Til Nov. 15, 1947 . . . and Michigan ' s mighty Wolverines, champions of the Western Conference, spoiled the Badgers ' hope for a winter excursion to the Rose Bowl, as they marched up and down the Camp Randall turf to overwhelm Wisconsin, 40-6 . . . 45,000 freezing fans who had come in a snow storm to watch what was to be " the game " saw the valiant Wisconsinites " thrown to the Wolves " . . . But it was more of a rout than a game ... for Chappuis, Yerges, Elliott, Derricotte and Co. simply could not be stopped . . . The Badgers played their hearts out . . . and at first it did appear that they might give the Wolves a fight . . . especially when Embach made the lone Card 6-pointer near the end of the half . . . but, Michigan simply had it. Allen Smith, manager III TIME TO PLAY CD !38 Minneapolis Tribune Nov. 22, 1947 . . . and the Badgers wrote " finis " to their most successful football season since ' 42 . . . but they did it the hard way, losing to Minnesota, 21-0 at Minneapolis . . . The two elevens battled on an even keel for the first stanza . . . but the Gophers pushed over a tally in the opening minutes of the second quarter . . . and from that point on, it was all Minnesota . . . Hausken, Faunce, and Thiele scored the touchdowns of the day . . . Nine seniors per- formed under the Cardinal banner for the last time ... as did Wisconsin ' s great halfback, Jug Girard . . . Michigan was selected as the conference representative to the Rose Bowl and the Wolverines walloped Southern California 49-0 on New Year ' s Day . . . The Badgers finished second to the Wolves with a 4-1-1 record. Sherman Dutch, man B9 MEN BEHIND THE TEAMS Left to right: Francis " Bonnie " Ryan, assistant publicity director; Walter " Doc " Bakke, trainer of the Badger squads; William Aspinwall, business man- ager of athletics who arranges all trips and supervises ticket sales; and Art Lentz, editor of the sports news service whose job it is to keep the country informed of Wisconsin ' s athletic fame. These were the men behind the Badgers and to them goes some of the credit for keeping Wisconsin on the athletic map. nilliEK LIGHTWEIGHTS First row : (;. Mancosky, manager; H. Erskine, |. Wilson, F. Ballogh, H. Eberhardt, ). Hauser, H. Richter. D. Grubb, B. Schnurr, R. Zamzow, R. Hayes, manager. Second row: S. Becker. R. HalTey. H. Randell, D. Dake, J. Gittings, W. King. F. Heckrodt, A. Skorupa, |. Schweitzer, R. Brady, R. Sternberg, R. Hogue. Third row: A. Mansfield, coach; I). E. Dickinson, J. Peterson, P. Peterson. R. Barson, J. Karen. H. House. J. Jerred, B. Sic inh.ich. (). Moe, L. Beyer, |. Sreenan, W. Woodsicka, A. Mancheski, assistant coach. Fourth row: F. Coldwell, R. Gloeckler, K. Denis, F. Spicuzza, B. McCormick, T. Starthammer, G. Zeier, J. Spondel, B. Spon- del. O. Clark. R. Pinkalla, G. Denis, D. W. Dickinson. - t ICllTL 33 81 73 40 49 11 5 J iSrS 30 aV 35 37 jo 46 28 47 44 t 41 ? 39 ; r 240 19-48 SEASON RECORD WISCONSIN =57, Marquette 50 WISCONSIN 61, Butler 5? WISCONSIN 49. Pittsburgh ?6 WISCONSIN 61, California 73 WISCONSIN 44, California 59 WISCONSIN 49, Oklahoma 75 WISCONSIN 67, Marquette 61) WISCONSIN 52, Illinois 47 WISCONSIN 59, Minnesota 50 WISCONSIN 58, Indiana 54 WISCONSIN 60, Iowa 51 WISCONSIN 39, Michigan 43 WISCONSIN 49, Purdue 44 WISCONSIN 36, Illinois 57 WISCONSIN 68, Northwestern 62 WISCONSIN 51, Michigan State 39 WISCONSIN 47, Oh : o State 53 WISCONSIN 40, Iowa 62 WISCONSIN 59, Northwestern 54 WISCONSIN 41, Minnesota 46 Western Conference games COACH HMOlDWFOSTfR FORMER ALL- fTCRICANCEMTTR NOWINHISI+THrcMAS BflDEER MENTOR REHFELOT I. w BOBBT LEBO WESTERN CON- FERENEESE0RINGINM7 WITM187PTS.,N£TT!NB 323PT5. ALL SEASON. HCttAOE 23SPMS SEASON TD TOP JMNNY KOTZ ' S 19KH3 RECORD MM OF miPTS. OBrars +a. MflOER E. LflRRrPOKRZYVlNSKl_ DDMGER5 E. The five seniors who played their last season tor Wisconsin against Minnesota are s h o w n gathered around the W in the tieldhouse. Left to right: B. Cook (22), D. Falls (38), T. Rippe (4). E. Mills (41), W. Niemuth (30). COACH HAROLD L. " BUD " FOSTER Mar. 7, 1948 . . . and the Badger basketeers wound up their season in a third place tie with Illinois in the conference . . . The men in the Cardinal uni- forms had an overall 12-8 record . . . and a seven won, five lost in the Big Nine . . . They started out fast, as if they were going to retain the championship won in 1947 . . . but experience told as Wisconsin dropped five out of their last nine games . . . Foreign floors also proved a nemesis, the Cards winning three and losing six away from home. HERE IS WISCONSIN ' S fUNIOR VARSITY TEAM First row: J. Schwartz, R. Worthman, D. Bowers, E. Keating, N. Christensen, R. Silver. Second row: W. Polzin, manager, J. Horsfal, D. Page, G. Starke, J. Carter, C. I.ohr, R. Grimm, coach. II NIOR VARSITi Kl CORD WISCONSIN !9, Marquette 42 WISCONSIN I " . Northwestern $3 WISCI INSIN B6, Badgei Villa w [SCONSIN 17, Iowa 51 WISCONSIN 62, Marquette 42 w [SCONSIN - i. Iowa 49 WISCONSIN 18, Northwestern 10 V ISO INSIN I, Freshmen S3 Head Coach " Bud " Foster is shown explaining some new plays to the 1948 Wisconsin cagers during one of their practice sessions. Players stand- ing (from left to right) are: E. Mills, D. Rehfeldt, R. Cook, R. Haarlow, J. Moore, T. Rippe, W. Niemuth. S. Lock- lin, R. Mader, and R. Falls. Players kneeling are F. Schnei- der, L. Pokrzywinski, D. Rog- ers, W. Zorn, B. Fossum. The Badgers got a jump on the other Big Nine cage outfits as they took four straight conference game s at the expense of Illinois, Minnesota, Indi- ana, and Iowa before losing to champion Michi- gan, 45-39, at Madison . . . Two nights later, Pur- due fell, 49-44 . . . but Illinois atoned for their loss at the field house as they overwhelmed the Badg- ers, 57-36 . . . The red-shirts vanquished North- western, 68-62, to keep in the running . . . but two straight losses to Ohio State, 53-47, and Iowa, 62- 40, knocked all championship aspirations for a loop . . . Northwestern was defeated again, 59-54, before Minnesota won, 46-41, in the finale. 1 he picture at the right is typical ot the action which occurred in the Badger games of the 1947-48 season. It was taken during the last half of the Wisconsin-Illinois game in the fieklhouse. which the Cards took, 52-47. Jim Moore is shown going up for a shot with Captain Ed Mills and Willis Zorn coming in to try and get the rebound if missed. 194S BOXING RECORD NATIONAL CHAMPIONS WISCONSIN 5 1 ,— Penn State 2 ' .. WISCONSIN 5 -Miami (Fla.) 5 WISCONSIN 6 —Syracuse 2 WISCONSIN 5 ' ,— Minnesota 2 ' 2 WISCONSIN 5 -Washington State 3 WISCONSIN 5 ' , —Michigan State 2 1 , NCAA TOURNAMENT: WISCONSIN winner with 45 points, followed by Michigan State (19 points), Idaho (14). LSU (12), Maryland and Miami (7 each). Coach John J. Walsh, who was named head coach of the 1948 U. S. Olympic boxing team. BilDfiGR MITTMEN April 3, 1948 . . . and the Badgers again walked off with national honors in the collegiate boxing tourna- ment held in the Wisconsin field house . . . Four red- shirted men took home NCAA individual champion trophies and two other members of the team paraded into the finals . . . Steve Gremban, fighting in the bantamweight division ; Don Dickinson, welter- weight; Cal Vernon, light heavy, and Vito Parisi, heavyweight, were the Badgers who were crowned " cream of the nation ' s best crop of collegiate boxers " . . . Jim Sreenan, in the featherweight class, and Bob Apperson, in the lightweight class, fought their way into the finals before being eliminated . . . John Len- denski, the other member of the Card squad, made his way into the semis before falling . . . The tourna- ment was a greal climax to another undefeated sea- son for Wisconsin ' s miracle man, Johnny Walsh, who perennially produces unbeaten teams for the Badgers . . . A fitting tribute to his work was Ins appointment to the head coaching spot of the U. S. Olympic boxing squad . . . Walsh was ably assisted by Ins former pupil, Vern Woodward. 244 The pictures above were taken in the fieldhouse during the 1948 season, and are examples of the action which occurred when the Badger mittmen tangled with their foes. First row: S. Gremban, J. Sreenan, D. Dickinson, D. W. Dickinson, V. Parisi, R. Apperson, P. Kotrodimos, J. Lendenski. Second row: J. Walsh, head coach, C. Stanelle, G. Nording, C. Vernon, A. Blinder, R. Brigham, M. Ryan, T. Randall, K. Mal- lon, V. Woodward, assistant coach. Third row: R. Hoague, manager, S. Kozuszek, G. Lee, K. Houlihan, N. Collias, M. Smith, A. Kannewurf, manager. fohn Lendenski, one of the stalwarts of the 1948 mittmen, is pictured above trying on some new gloves during one of the Badgers ' daily workout sessions. Helping him is Coach Walsh, while Assistant Coach Vern Woodward looks on. ALL-UMmsm CHIMPS Below are the 1948 All-University champions who are admiring the Nelson trophy awarded to Stan Kozuszek, picked as the " Fightin ' est Fighter " in the tournament. The men who surround Coach John Walsh are Steve Gremban (125 pound champ), Jim Sreenan (130 pounds), Bob Apper- Min (135 pounds) Don Dickinson (155 pounds), Darrel Burmeister (heavyweight), John Lendenski (165 pounds), Dwaine Dickinson (14 5 pounds), and Cal Vernon (175 pounds). First row: Coach Tom Jones, J. Munson, captain, D. Gehrmann, C. Metzker, R. Reierson, J. Kammer, R. Beck, G. Weeks, D. Heller, manager. Second row: W. Duel, H. Smith, R. Smithyman, C. Sorenson, W. McNeel, V. Nelson, W. Deike. BADGER imiERim Nov. 14, 1947 . . . And Wisconsin ' s dynasty of Big Nine cross country ended as Indiana replaced the Badgers as champs . . . But Coach Tom Jones ' runners-up salvaged some glory as lithe Don Gehrmann set a new conference record in winning the four mile run . . . Took Don 20:64.4 . . . This was the culmination of a season which saw the Badgers take three of their four dual meets . . . Purdue was the first victim, succumbing 15-40 . . . Minnesota fell 22-39; but Notre Dame posted a victory, 23-34 . . . Mar- quette was trampled 15-48 and Illinois and Iowa came out second best in a triangular 25-45-54 . . . Gehrmann also won the Loyola meet in a record time of 16:40 for the course . . . The Badgers finished second in this meet, also . . . Coach Jones ' last four harrier squads won the confer- ence championship. Coach Tom Jones, Sr., who retired this year after 34 seasons ol coaching Wisconsin cindermen. I ' M Milium TRICK First row: T. De Young, D. Schuk, T. H-nnett, D Gehrmann, G. Whipple, J. Jerred. E. Leverenz, G. Hoffman. Second row: Coach T. Jones, I). Roberts, D. Jones, N. Ross, J. Rammer, I). Kothman, W. Sullivan, L. Blackbourn, C. Chimeall, manager. Assistant Coach G. Sundt. Third row: D. Baum, M. Golden, L. Young, H. Joffee, A. Wade, C. Sorenson, W. Deike, G. Weeks, R. Rosenthal, J. Munson. Not present: J. Crabb, T. Jones. |r. Mar. 20, 194S . . . and Don Gehrmann, star distance run- ner of the Badger indoor track squad, captured the " Banker ' s Mile " in the Chicago Daily News Relays in the time of 4:12 . . . This was the climax of Don ' s running in the ' 48 indoor meets ... In previous trials, held in the annex, the lithe sophomore had smashed the armory record in a time of 4:13 . . . Coach Tom Jones ' squad, which slipped to sixth in the conference meet, won all three of their dual meets . . . Mar- quette was the first to fall, the Badgers overwhelming the Hilltoppers by :i 79-35 count . . . The next week ' s victim was Purdue, 61-48 . . . and it was m this meei that Gehrmann set a new annex record for the mile ... In a triangular with Min- nesota and Northwestern, the Card harriers garnered 61 points to 50| 1 lor the Gophers and 27 ' . for the Wildcats . . . In the Illinois Tech Relays, the Red-shirts placed fifth . . . Tom Bennett was another stalwart of the team with his championship pole-vaulting. Don Gehrmann is shown breaking th tape to capture top honors in the 1947 Big Nine Cross-Country meet. 1947 OUTDOOR TRACK Spring, 1947 . . . ami Wisconsin ' s outdoor track team, which finished second in the Conference to powerful Illi- nois, swept their dual meet schedule . . . Marquette was swamped, 97-34 . . . and Ohio State fell, 66-62 ... as did Min- nesota by the same score . . . The Badgers vanquished Iowa, 94-35 ... At the Drake Relays, the 4 mile relay team was third. 31 points to the Illini ' s 70 was good enough to capture Big Nine runner-up honors, and Tom Bennett pole vaulted 13-6 to tie for top spot as Don Gehrmann became conference mile champion . . . Dick Houden was second in 100 and third in the 220 . . . Bennett was again tied for top vaulter . . . Gil Hertz and Tom De Young deadlocked at second in the high jump . . . Walt Lambert, George Kailas, and Bob Beierle garnered fourth spots in their respective events: 120 high hurdles, broad jump, and discus . . . Gehrmann swept the mile and two-mile events in the Central Collegiates . . . team finished third, one half point behind Illinois and seven in back of Michigan State . . . Houden took the 100 and was second in the 220 ... in the high jump, Hertz tied for first . . . and Bennett had a tie for second in the pole vault. Captain Walter Lambert First row: G. Kailas, R. Shook, W. Lambert, captain, R. Houden, J. Jerred, L. Blackbourn, D. Gehrmann. Second row: Assistant Coach Guy Sundt, B. Weitzel, A. Anderson, B. Nicholi, Tom fones, Jr., R. Whipple, captain-elect, J. Munson, Coach Tom Jones, Sr. Third row: R. Hodgell, R. Beierle, J. Crabb, T. Bennett, G. Hertz, W. Schauer, manager. Wisconsin ' s l u -i golf team had a record of lour victories anil five losses in their dual meel schedule. Coach Joe Stein- auer ' s linksmen finished sev- enth in the conference meet, 39 strokes behind the pace-setting Michigan team. The Badgers ranked 2( th in the nationals. lillLF First row: J. Wbllan, S. l ' ietuch, K. Timbrook. Second row: D. Sorgel, M. Weidman, Coach Joe Steinauer, M. Schluter. mini; Wisconsin ' s fencers of 1948 won only one meet in (heir ( ighl m. hi h si hedule; bul they did manage to plan: fifth in the W, st) i n ( " ill. i in i l (in i ng tourney. Case Tech ol levi land was the Ion fo( to fall before Coach Arpad Maslev ' s swordsmen. First row: R. Mitchell, J. Kaye, L. Casida, A. Simonson, W. Woelftr. Second row: R. Hensley, F. Stayduhar, M. Tanzi, T. Soderholm, |. McGinnis, Coach A. Masley. First iovv: R. Sheenan, L. Troyan, J. Mathews, R. Kusserow, L. Frank. Second row: J. Gehrig, E. Gilbert, Coach D. Mory, E. Jamosky, W. Schultz, captain. The first gymnastics team in over ten years to wear the Card- inal colors finished fourth in the 1948 Western Conference meet. Coached by Dean Morey, the Badgers placed second in two triangular meets with Illi- nois and Purdue, and Michigan and Chicago. First row: B. Spicuzza, R. Lonergan, C. Self, L. Oberly, ]. DeWitte, B. Robinson. Second row: J. Young, B. Bennett. B. Freund, S. Salvino, T. Peterson, Coach G. Martin. NMSTLIM Winner of three out of seven dual matches, Coach George Martin ' s 1948 Badger wrestlers placed a low seventh in the Big Nine meet. However, some con- solation was available as Clar- ence Self won the title in the 165-pound class, and qualified for the Olympic trials. First tow: |. Steinauer, coach. R. Wolter, F. Kanarek, I), [ohnson, L. Pohle. |. Davies, (). ViT. W. Gary, G. Dick. Second row: ( ' . LaBahn, manager, P. Rockwell, J. Cemirys, G. Kanarek, J. Rehberger. R. Birdsall, |. Whitman, W. Marcouiller, B. Fellows, [. Hickman, assistant coach. Coach Joe Steinauer ' s mer- men won four dual meets, and lost five in the 1948 season. Sev- enth in the conference was the best the Badger swimmers could do as they were completely out- classed by NCAA champ Mich- igan. Illinois was the only Big Nine team to lose to the Cards. SW ' MHIH First row: 15. Rogers. II. 1 lint en, I). Neu, H. Schneider, I). Kasuni, ( ' . Barrand. Second row: Coach Al Hildebrandt, A. Blinder, A. Putterman, T. Stephens, A. Plotz, D. Page, H. Carpenter, (i. Petersen, F. Feiss, manager. TENNIS Coach Al Hildebrandt ' s 1947 netters, with a record t eight won and four lost in the dual meets, finished fourth in the Western Conference tourna- ment. All the Badgers advanced to the semis before being elimi- nated by strong contenders for the individual titles. Spring, 1947 . . . and with snow on the Camp Randall dia- mond, " Take Me Out To The Ball Game " sounded for Coach Dynie Mansfield ' s Badger baseball team . . . Out of the field house and armory annex they stepped, with only three days of practice on the diamond outside, to defend their Big Nine title . . . but the lack of adequate training facilities stcod out . . . and the Badgers had to settle for fourth spot in the conference . . . Illinois and Ohio State, the only two teams that completed their full Big Nine schedule (ole man weather interfered with the others), finished 1-2 .. . with third place Michigan only one half a game above Wisconsin . . . The Cards had a conference rating of 6-4 . . . and an over- all 10-11 . . . Nine games were rained out . . . and Jack Frost cancelled much of the badly needed practice time on the diamond. Coach Art Mansfield who was recently chosen vice presi- dent of National Association of College Baseball Coaches. nnn iiiunniniK First row: W. Lautenbach. B. Wilson, P. Farley, R. Ford, P. Shubeck, E. Butcher, A. Rizzi. Second row: A. Mansfield, head coach, R. Frank, E. Keating, D. Lewis, J. Lawrence, S. Gorecki, B. Englebretsen, F. Wegner, assistant coach. Third row: J. Gillett, manager, B. Cook, F. Leve, M. Dudik, N. Allen, J. Nygaard, P. Furseth, B. Goldstein, manager. Fourth row: N. Waity, H. Quandt, L. Mason, B. Elliott, A. Orlowske. J. Rasper, captain, S. Locklin, C. Lowe, J. Regan. Not present: G. Jaroch, G. Selbo. 1948 BASEBALL SCHEDULE Apr. 2 — Illinois Normal .it Normal, 111. Apr. — Bradley Tech at Peoria, 111. ( 2 games ) Apr. 9 — Western Illinois Teachers at Macomb |n. 10 — Washington University at St. Louis ( 2 games ) Apr. 16-17 — Indiana at Bloomington Apr. 19-20 — Western Michigan at Kalamazoo Apr. 21-22 — Michigan State at East Lansing Apr. 2L24 — Purdue at Camp Randall Apr. 30 — Minnesota at Minneapolis May 1 — Minnesota at Minneapolis May 7 — Notre Dame at Breese Stevens May 8 — Notre Dame at Camp Randall May 14-15 — Iowa at Camp Randall l.i 17 — Luther College at Breese Stevens May 21-22 — Northwestern at Evanston May 31 — Bradley Tech at Breese Stevens June 4-5 — Ohio State at Camp Randall John Rasper, outfielder and captain Wittenberg fell 17-0 in the Badgers ' 1947 opener . . . but within the next few days, one-run decisions were dropped to Ohio State ' s Buckeyes, 3-2 and 5-4 .. . Notre Dame won handily, 9-1 .. . and the Hawkeyes extended the losing streak to four games with a 4-2 decision at Iowa City . . . But the Badgers bounced back the next day and won out a 5-4 vic- tory in 11 innings . . . Appleton of the State League fell 6-4 . . . That weekend, however, Indiana triumphed 3-2 .. . the second game being rained out . . . Down at Peoria, Bradley garnered a 2-1 triumph . . . but back in Madison, the Cards took three straight before again succumbing . . . The North- western Wildcats slunk back to Evanston after the Badgers trimmed their claws, 6-5 and 12-8 ... It took 14 innings be- fore Michigan State bowed out, 9-8 . . . but tin Spartans bounced back the next day, 8-5 . . . Western Michigan also had their say, 12-4 . . . while Bradley made it two for the year, 9-2, in a return game at Madison . . . Three straight confer- ence victories, Minnesota 5-2 and 5-4, and Purdue 15 8, bob stered Wisconsin ' s morale . . . hut Western Michigan gave the home crowd at Kalama oo . thrill, again winning, 2-1 . . . Michigan State was not to be outdone . . . scoring a 9 5 decision . . . However, the Badgers closed the season in win ning form, overwhelming tin Spartans, 111. Ed Butcher, first baseman, most valuable player m I Fred " Frit " Wegner, wl ball an d baseball. istant coach in basket- 1947 BADGER BASEBALL RECORD WISCONSIN 17, Wittenberg WISCONSIN 2 ( hio State 3 WISCONSIN 4, Ohio State 5 WISCONSIN 1, Notre Dame 9 WISCONSIN 2 Iowa 4 WISCONSIN 5, Iowa 4 (11 innings) WISCONSIN 6, Appleton ( State League ) 4 WISCONSIN 2 Indiana 3 WISCONSIN 1, Bradley Tech 2 WISCONSIN 6, Northwestern 5 WISCONSIN 12, Northwestern 8 WISCONSIN 9, Michigan State 8 ( 14 innings ) WISCONSIN 5, Michigan State 8 WISCONSIN 4, Western Michigan 12 WISCONSIN 2, Bradley Tech 9 WISCONSIN 5, Minnesota 2 WISCONSIN 5, Minnesota 4 WISCONSIN 15, Purdue 8 WISCONSIN 1, Western Michigan 2 WISCONSIN 5, Michigan State 9 WISCONSIN 14, Michigan State 4 947 BASEBALL SEASON The jv baseball team went through a five game schedule unscathed. The ' 47 diamondmen took two decisions each from Milton and Northwest- ern Colleges and one from Platteville Teachers. Coached by Dan Murphy, the " B " team hit .278 and fielded .921. First row: M. Flaten, D. Schutt, M. Wendorf, A. Skorupa, J. Doar, M. Kilton, Coach Dan Murphy. Second row: J. Larson. B. Fossum, M. Homan, E. Gibson, G. Goetz, N. Straub, M. Miller. Third row: R. Ihde, R. Plietz, F. Christianson, F. O ' Connor, F. Tanzi, T. Lacey, G. Nording, A. Klinger, D. Harnack, J. Hayes. C. Fay, coxswain; C. Holtz. stroke; D. Peter- son. D. Mueller, L. Jen- sen. G. Grimstad, F. Su- chow, I). Tipple. R. Fal- coner. IMIMIKI! OARSMEN May May May June June lime 1948 CREW SCHEDULE 8 — Wisconsin vs. Syracuse, Columbia, and Boston University at Syracuse (2 mile course) 15 — Wisconsin vs. Cornell U. on Lake Mendota ( Varsity and |V m 2.0(1(1 meter course) 29 — Wisconsin .ii Washington U. at Seattle ( Varsity and JV on 2 mile course) 15 — Wisconsin vs. California at Madison (Varsity and )V on % mile course) 22 — Poughkeepsie Regatta at New York $0 Olympic Trials at Philadelphia Three of the stalwarts of the 1 47 Badger oarsmen are shown below in their familiar poses. From left to righl : Carlyle Faye, coxswain; Dick Tipple, number three, and Carl Holtz, stroke. The Badgers did not fare too well against their F.astern toes, losing all their meets. The) rowed Penn a close race on Lake Mendota. losing bv only one-third of a boat length. The crew finished seventh in the annual Poughkeepsie Regatta, but they were only 26 seconds off the time ol the pace-setting Navy boat. 1947 CREW RECORD May 10 — Wisconsin finished third in a quadrangular race on Cornell ' s Cayuga Lake at Ithaca, N. Y. May 24 — Wisconsin was one second be- hind Pennsylvania in a two mile race on Lake Mendota. May 31 — Wisconsin lost to California by five lengths in a two mile race on the Golden Bears ' Oakland Estuary in San Francisco Bay. June 14 — Wisconsin, in a race on Lake Mendota, trailed Washington by three and one-half lengths. June 21 — POUGHKEEPSIE REGAT- TA: Wisconsin was seventh in the three mile Poughkeepsie Regatta on the Hudson River in New York State. (une 28 — NORTHWEST MARITIME REGATTA: Wisconsin was seventh in this race sponsored by the University of Washing- ton. Coach Norm Sonju, who is in his second year as Wisconsin ' s crew coach. The junior varsity crew won only one race in its five starts in the spring of 1947. The oarsmen opened their season by defeating the Marietta College varsity on the Ohio River. Losses were to the California and Washington JV ' s. The crew rowed a dead heat with Madison West and finished eighth in the Poughkeepsie Regatto. Left to right: R. Kennedy, coxswain; T. Blacklock, stroke; G. Gredler, B. Andersen, O. Uher, P. Honzik, J. Valentine, F. Harris, C. Stearns, Will? PV«r ' 0P| — Wisconsin ' s 1947 crew is shown above and below at two of their daily prac- tice sessions on Lake Mendota and the Yahara River. In the above picture, the Varsity is pictured in a trial run on the Lake Mendota course. The men pictured are in order C. Holtz, stroke, D. Peterson, D. Mueller, L. Jensen, G. Grimstad, F. Suchow, D. Tipple, and R. Falconer. In the photo below, the oarsmen are shown as they are taking their practice on the Yahara River. The varsity seems to be a few strokes ahead of the j.v. ' s in the intra-squad race. Coach Norm Sonju ' s men are forced to practice on the Yahara until late in the spring when the ice finally breaks on Lake Mendota. Wisconsin has the distinction of being the only Western Conference school to have a crew. 11,11! The " W " Club, Wisconsin ' s honorary organization for letter winners, is now or- ganized on a national basis, and the execu- tive committee is attempting to start chap- ters in cities where there are a large num- ber of " W " men. The campus Club spon- sors " W " Day, feared by all the co-eds; and the annual homecoming is in charge of a " W " man. One football game each season is set aside as W Club Day and the new " W " winners are presented between halves. First row: Bill Bennett, fim Davies, Bill Robinson. Ed Mills. Nick Collias, Boh Hanky, Bob Haarlow, Orrin Nell. John DeWitte, Carlyle Fay. Robert Mitchell, Robert Geidel, Wyndham Ciary. Second row: Carl Metzker, Don Gehrniann. Jack Rammer, Bob Cook, Tom Bennett, Don Orlich, Tom Jones (Sec.-Trcas. ), Martin Meyer (President). Bob Wilson (Via President), Lowell Oberly, Dick Nines, Tom Rittel, Chick Lowe, Bill Lawson, John Munson. Third row: Wally Niemuth. Willis Zorn, Frank Harris, Dick Tipple, Ralph Falconer, Tom Blacklock, Don Peterson, Cordon Grimstad, Don Anderson. Armon Hoehn. Bob Shea, Bob Freund, Nelson Waity, Harold Otterbach. Fourth row: Edward Rauwald, Jim Reagan. Doug Lemke, Lisle Blackbourn, Bob Renne- bohm, Bob Weiske, Ben Bendrick, William Towle, T. A. Cox, Richard Botham, Robert 1 l.immel. Robert Siegel, Hubert Schneider, Herbert Hentzen, Frank Heckrodt, Glenn Nording. 259 HIITEIIIITIKS S U IB U K I T I G S INDEPENDENTS REMIillll ' N Willi IN %. z • • U LSuOD UdtL BOOK THREE Fi|iiimm;s No longer is the " new look " exclusive property of the weaker sex. No longer is it an oddity to find Greek houses dominated by fraternity men. Yes, the lean war years are all but forgotten while the sym- bols of Greek unity have returned in still larger pro- portions to confuse and mystify Johnny Freshman. Hani work, hard play, men, pretty girls, and canine capers arc here to stay. " Fraternity life is a dog ' s life, " says Duke of Phi Sigma Delta at a birthday party in his honor. Hey Duke, where ' s the fire? . . . Oh how they danced at the Kappa Sig formal. No talk of six week or final exams here. Give me a girl in my arms tonight . . . No, Esther Williams doesn ' t come with every initia- tion fee. The men of Phi Delta Theta aren ' t hoard- ing either. They just had more ration books ... A dozen queens are always better than one and Sigma Chi boasted pulchritude a-plenty at its annual Sweet- heart Formal . . . Life can be beautiful ! IMTER-FRATERMIT1 COUNCIL I-F Council is the organized government of the fraternities on campus and is composed of one representative from each house. This body represents the voice of the fraternity man and has spent a busy year working on a buyers ' co-op, taxation, and an alternate plan to substitute for the present housemother plan. The Constitutional Revision Committee worked hard all year to completely re- vise and reorganize sections of the old constitution in an effort to make the Council stronger and more representative of the individual fraternity. The traditional Fall Informal and the annual Spring Formal were highly successful social events sponsored during the past year. An all-fraternity ex- change dinner was attempted for the first time in the history of the Council, and the results were encouraging. The Council again voted unanimously to support Maria Michiels, a crippled Belgian war orphan, for another year under the Foster Parents Plan. First row: T. Van Alyca, Chi Psi; J. Grootemaat, Phi Delta Theta; W. Pearce, Alpha Tau Omega; A. Smith, Theta Chi; E. Numrich, Delta Sigma Pi; K. Hoelzel, Sigma Phi Epsilon; R. Samp, Psi Upsilon; T. Niles, Sigma Phi; H. Pollay, Phi Sigma Delta. Second row: B. Glenn, Psi Upsilon; N. Berg, Chi Psi; G. Winter, Phi Kappa Alpha; S. Clark, Theta Delta Chi; f. Ashen- hrueker, Triangle; I. Miller, Alpha Phi Alpha; J. Gill, Sigma Chi. Third row: R. Walsh, Phi Kappa; R. Smithyman, Alpha Gamma Rho; B. Martin, Alpha Chi Rho: J. Bacher, Delia Tau Delta; W. Naarup, Delta Theta Sigma; H. Miller, Beta Theta Pi; J. Althouse, Sigma Phi Epsilon. Fourth row: H. Michel, Sigma Nu; M. Meteiver, Theta Chi; J. Davidson, Kappa Sigma; B. MeyerhotT, Pi Lambda Phi; G. Holmes, Delta Sigma Pi; D. Heideman, Alpha Chi Sigma; R. Palmer, Sigma Delta Phi. 263 I-F BOARD I-F Board carries out the administrative details connected with the legislative functions of the body. Karl Hoelzel is President of the Board; Earl H. Numrich, Secretary; Bob Samp, Treasurer; Tom Niles, Activities Coordinator; and Al Smith, Special Events. Under the present Board, a long stride was taken to regain much of the strength and prestige lost during the war. Plans now in progress are molding the organization into a uni- fied body. Upper picture: AlUn Smith. Theta Chi; Earl Numrich, Delta Sigma Pi; Karl I [oelzel, Sigma Phi Epsilon; Robert Samp. Psi Upsilon; Tom N ' iles, Sigma Phi. ASSISTING STAFF The I-F Council assisting staff consists of special and standing committees, under the general super- vision of Tom Niles. The joint I-F-Panhcl Public Relations Committee had a busy year climaxing their activities with a successful presentation of Humorology ' 48 for the Kiwanis Kiddie (Camp fund. The Rushing Booklet Committee has also done an excellent job in preparing a booklet de- picting fraternity activities. First row: Dom Cefalu. Phi Delta Theta; Ray Schneider, Delta Upsilon; George Holmes, Delta Sigma Pi; Galen Winter, Pi Kappa Alpha. Second row: Jim Schweitzer, l ' si Upsilon; John Ashen- brucker, Triangle; Vic Meyer, Theta Delta Chi; Jim Gill, Sigma Chi; John Bacher, Delta Tau Delta; Emil Drobac, Theta Delta Chi. Alpha Chi Rho celebrated its 25th anniversary on the Wis- consin campus this year and has planned a formal party in the spring to climax the event. All the alumni have been invited to participate in the celebration, which will be one of the high lights on the fraternity ' s social calendar. Anyone who toured the Wisconsin campus the day of the 1947 homecoming game probably saw a huge dark-faced mon- strosity sitting beside the house at 524 N. Henry St. It was the Swami of AXP predicting a Wisconsin win over Iowa. Hill Smollen was the creator of the AXP Swami, ami directed the construction of it. Through the creation of the Swami, AXP has gained recognition on the campus, and the fellows in the chap- ter plan on doing much more to make themselves better known. The fraternity reactivated last February, but it has grown considerably since then, and will probably have reached full membership by the 1948 school year. The social calendar was fillet! with numerous weekend dances, the Christmas and spring formats, and theme parties. Officers were: Dave Albert, President; Hill Smollen, Secre- tary; and Paul Puerner, Treasurer. ALPHA CHI RHO First row: R. Papke, R. Rusch, E. Godfrey, H. Holler, R. Martin, L. Culver. Second row: R. Freyer, W. Miller, I). Gordon, D. Albert, F. Evans, W. Smollen, P. Puerner, R. Benson. Third row: R. Stein, T. Wierzbe, J. Blackmer, R. Jacobson, A. Studt, F. Peters, G. Koch, R. Heider, D. Haberman, O. Ayres, P. Meves, J. Holland, D. Cowie. 265 First row: J. Drew. F. Becker, E. Keating, J. Lundberg, W. Blackburn. L. Gerhardt, J. Gourley. Second row: S. Taylor. W. Spengler, ]. Dickinson, R. Bradley, R. Burr, J. Mandelker, J. Hatleberg, P. Doege, H. Nethercut, R. Crane. Third row: P. Fass. C. Hawks, J. Friesch, H. Schuette, G. Richards, R. Clayton, W. Black, J. Frost, D. Zedler, J. Becker. Fourth row: H. Smith. D. Beckwith, J. Dixon, G. Abbott, J. Dyreby, R. Smith, W. Varnum, C. Pope. R. Woodburn. J. Rodencal. ALPHA DELTA PHI Taking as a text Plato ' s " ' Moderation in All Things " , brothers of the Alpha Delta Phi literary society enjoyed another year of close fellowship and relative campus anonymity. Many " went to college " regularly, others irregularly. Some won honors: Bill Walker rated Phi Beta, Bob Clayton Tau Beta, Bob Bradley and Bill Hibbard Phi Eta. Others just helped them remain in the top stratum scholastically, the pledges ranking first one semester. Scoring victories whenever the Star and Crescent were in favorable juxtaposition, athletic teams garnered some non- utilitarian statues and placed an unprecedented hlth for Badger Bowl. Though they were never steamed up over campus activi- ties, two high offices went to A.D. ' s: Union Presidency to Chuck Hawks and Badger Board gavel to Bob Wilke. Ken Lindsay and Palestrina brought them second laurels in I-F Sing. Howie Smith ran lor another " W " . Dave Beckwith debated. Tonsonal artists Mandelert, Spengler, Pope, ami Richards thrilled the campus with barber shop quartet singing. Any lucky Alpha Dell girl can render intelligible the social terms Dellview, Vagabond, bruderschaft, French Room, Thirsty Thursday, crew race and Sunday School. Officers were: Rand. ill A. Burr, President; [oseph C. Man delert. Vice President; Robert B, Bradley, Secretary; and lames 1 ' .. Dixon, Treasurer. 266 Late last September, Alpha Epsilon Pi moved into its new house at 10 Langdon Street. The event culminated the frater- nity ' s all-out drive to regain the standing it had held prior to the war. Among its members, many were familiar laces on the cam- pus this past year. Walter Harris ami Arnold Waldman were active in campus dramatics; Marvin Resnick was an active fig- ure in campus government ; Sherwyn Drevich and Ferdinand Feiss were basketball anil tennis team managers, respectively; Seymour Sherman was assistant sports editor of the Cardinal; and Harvey Schwartz was president of the Spanish Club. On the athletic fields, AEPi teams led by Joe Rubin were much in evidence, and came out with good records in all sports. The lively parties given by the fraternity were due to Harold Zilb erbrand and Paul Goldberg. Harvey Berman was frater- nity historian. To Leonard Picus, last year ' s President, and Milton Kaplan, housefellow, goes much of the credit for the smooth opera- tion of all fraternity activities. Art Zilberbrand was fraternity steward, and Richard Tarnofsky kept things in working order as House Manager. Officers were: Leonard Picus, President; Sherwyn Drevich, Vice President; Harold Rosen, Secretary; Sherwood Spencer, Treasurer. UP 111 EPSILON PI First row: H. Messnick, H. Wichman, H. Hershleder, R. Tarnofsky. A. Waldman, P. Hirshlcifer, B. Chermerow, P. Gold- berg, A. Kaplan. Second row: C. Picus, F. Feiss, H. Rosen, M. Resnick, S. Drevich, L. Picus, S. Spencer, J. Rubin, A. Zilberbrand, W. Harris. Third row: I. Stein. L. Romanick, H. Zilberbrand, H. Brumer, J. Richards, I. Rubinstein. R. Kritzik, L. Lock D. Natarus, H. Berman. M. Bernstein, S. Sherman, R. Shulkin. Fourth row: M. Kaplan, J. Finegold, B. Lans, R. Cohan. R. Resnick. R. Saichek, M. Lorman, ]. Wexler, N. Stein. S. Krit- zik, H. Schwartz, M. Shulkin, B. Swidler, C. Winters. 267 First row: K.. Whitwerth, I. Sather, W. Wilson, C. Ahlquist, F. Pankratz, R. Richards. Second row: T. Krainik, L. Swanson, R. Smithyman, E. Broege, A. Gielow, C. Johnson, W. Plier, J. Frautschy. Third row: D. Bruhn, C. Klingelhofer, J. Walsh. G. De Young, W. Masterson, J. Hayes, R. Hauser, W. TenPas, N. Christen- sen, K. Rover, C. Sprain. Fourth row: D. Sprain, C. Nelson, H. Johnson, A. Kautza, H. Olson, R. McNall, V. Metcalf, Q. Kolb, G. McKerrow, G. Ten- Pas, G. Gapp, M. Fosberg, L. Urban. ALPHA liUllli llllll Success crowned Alpha Gamma Rho ' s scholastic and extra- curricular activity on campus during the first post-war year. The scholarship cup awarded to the social fraternity with the highest grade point was the outstanding trophy on the mantel at the AGR house during the spring semester. Keeping guard over it were other newly acquired trophies of the interfraternity sports program gotten through active participation of the en- tire chajuer. The members of Alpha Gamma Rho arc students of Agricul- ture and play an important part in Agricultural campus activi- ties. Their association in a fraternity with individuals of similar interests greatly stimulates interest ami activity in their field. The chapter enjoyed many social lunctions throughout the year followed by a spring formal as a climax of the spring term. Alpha Gamma Rho has grown from a nucleus of a few re- turned veterans to a roll ot approximately 4 active student members and 20 pledges as of last fall. As an organization of college men in the College of Agriculture, Alpha Gamma Rlu has proudly displayed talent and initiative in all fields. Officers were: Klton Broege, President; Robert Smithyman, Vice President; Everctl Olson, Secretary; and Lester Swanson, Treasurer. 268 On February 2:5, 1907 the local fraternity at Wisconsin, Delta Alpha Omega, was absorbed by Alpha Tau Omega Fraternity, and the present chapter, Wisconsin Gamma Tau, was estab- lished. ATO has 101 chapters situated in colleges and universities in 41 states with a total undergraduate membership of approxi- mately 4,000. Since 1865, the time of the founding of the na- tional fraternity, more than 50,000 young men have been af filiated with Alpha Tau Omega. Alumni associations are mo ing in more than 100 cities throughout the country. Outstanding social events held during the past year were the annual homecoming party which was held at the Old Stamm House, the Christmas formal at the Park Hotel, and the Spring Formal. In keeping with the Fraternity ideals of promoting brotherhood and fellowship among all men, the chapter held. ' its annual Christmas party for underprivileged Madison cjii dren at the chapter house. Key men on the great Badger 1947 football team were broth- ers: Embach, Blackbourn, and Wilson, while Charles White was a notable in campus politics. Officers were: Doublas M. Holcomb, President; Dee T. Son- tag, Vice President; fames P. Schmitt, Secretary; and Richard P. Franz, Treasurer. 1 1, I ' ll. I TAU IIMIi.1 First row: J. Landkamer. R. Ellis, O. Boldt, W. Zautke, H. Crinion, R. Allen, T. Davis, R. Slater. Second row: J. Schmitt, S. Knight, W. Pearce, C. Baranek, D. Sontag, D. Holcomb, R. Franz, G. Whipple, f. Larson, T. Wilson. Third row: R. Teichman, J. Basten, J. Remol, J. Jacoby, R. Marchant, f. Tierncy, D. Heller, R. Hvink, B. Kramlich. Fourth row: R. Mollwitz, W. Hambley, K. Pritzlaff, R. Kriedeman, F. Weber, W. Graff, T. Schnelkr. R. Wethern, R. Davy. Fifth row: ). Sixty. R. Hay ward, ]. Bit-, A. Goetsch, R. Zygmunt, F. Glamm, (. Franklin, . Rreul. Sixth row: L. Hertz, C. White, R. Wilson, W. Opitz, W. Dauterman, R. Trailer. J. Menu, ]. Almon, R. Pettijean. 269 First row: C. Almcn, R. Taylor, R. Nagle, L. West, S. Wisner, D. Fritz, J. Davis, R. Nagle, W. Sullivan. Second row: G. McElroy, D. Smith, W. Luedtke, D. Smith, R. Burchinal, Mrs. Schumacher (Housemother), R. Helminiak, R. Rogers, ). McCourt, G. Baltha .or, F. Taylor, R. Crete. Third row: W. Creelman, T. Bennett, W. Diederich, D. Johnson, H. Miller, R. Lastreto, L. March, J. Galloway, J. Green, G. Moore, D. Darkow, J. Rogers, R. Druhot, H. Caldwell, W. Lawson. Fourth row: A. Arbisi, J. Potter, C. Fay, A. Zafis, R. Bayerlein, P. Isenberg, T. Devine, W. Johnson, D. Walker, A. Hutchison, |. Hahn, W. Erdman, J. Hilpertshauser, J. Reed. Fifth row: A. Lindstrom, S. Gayman, H. Schmidley, R. Dunning, M. Hillis, R. Kaufman, F. Conrad, R. Falconer, S. Mar- shall, R. Morrill, R. Stevens, P. Tausche, P. Samp, H. Eberhardt, K. Irgens. BETA THETA PI Betas have ably represented the fraternity in all fields of en- deavor on the campus through the past year. Tom Bennett, in addition to playing end on the football team, gained recognition as one of the nation ' s outstanding pole vault- ers. Bill Lawson also wore the Badger colors in track, as did Steve Marshall, Bill Sullivan, anil Larry Marsh. Ralph Falconer uul Hud Fay were again regulars on the Wisconsin crew, while Bob Kaufman performed in tennis. Bud Eberhardt in bantam ootball, ami Bud Erdman on the swimming team. Representatives on the Cardinal included Andy Zafis on fdinal Board, Rennie Rusch as business manager, and foe Miller as a columnist. Dutch Clark served as Legislative ( ' hair- in. in, and Hud Eberhardt was elected president of the Men ' s Halls Association. In Haresfoot, Dave Burger was business manager; Tony Arbisi, " Keeper of the Haresfoot " ; Hob Nagle, beauty finalist; and Miles Hillis, chorus girl. The social calendar was highlighted by three formals and included informal parties and Sunday get-togethers. Officers were: Hill Huffman, President; Ray Helminiak, Vice President; Kuss Crete, Secretary; and Gerry McElroy, Treas- urer. 270 Paint, polish and elbow grease ushered in the Fall semester. Once they had the Chi Phi House in order, they turned their attention towards rushing. Under the able leadership ol the rushing chairman, Roger Murphy, ami a resume of the previous year ' s activities portrayed by Chuck Haakc ' s colored slides, they were able to organize a fine pledge class. The equinoctial storms of October were accompanied by the arrival of Thor, a seven-week-old German Shepherd. People may contest his powers over thunder and lightning, but the pledges will readily agree that he was God of Rain. Thanks to such outstanding athletes as Rob Newman, Dave Drewry, Stan Loose, Rill Eggenberger, and Rob Geidel, Chi Phi was among the leaders in the Radger Bowl contest. Among campus activities, Chi Phi was led by Bob C .erwinski, WHA; Jack Crow, Winter Carnival; Don Gray, Octopus; and Bi Jones, Student Board anil Personnel Coordinator. Their socia season was highlighted by their second annual Esquire Party. Officers were: Dale Hey wood. President; Robert Newman, Vice President; Frank Heuston, Secretary; and Wyndham Gary, Treasurer. CHI PHI First row: J. Glynn, R. Hochschild, D. McVey, W. Nacy, R. Mogensen, R. Czerwinski, I). Winter, (i. Lowell, J. Gee. Second row: D. Klann, R. Grosskopf, R. Murphy, R. Geidel, F. Heuston, D. Heywood, Mrs. H. J. Janda (Housemother), R. Newman, W. Gary, J. Sweitzer, C. Bittner. Third row: D. Drewry. R. Westervelt, A. Austin, R. Schmidt, O. Shird, D. Loeb, R. Kriwanek, J. Crow. O. Gray, W. Eggen- berger, J. Rupple, J. Metcalfe, M. Millar. Fourth row: W. Jones, J. Burns, W. Rohrberg, J. Bowen, C. Loebel, R. Fellows. |. Kaumheitner, J. Collentine, J. Gompper, ). Andrews, R. Hubler, J. Foley, N. Berg. Fifth row: S. Loose, C. Haake. G. Holton. K. Teumer, M. Barheld. T. Ryan, R. Lutz. 271 First row: J. Capps. I). Kaiser, L. Morgenthaler, R. Burkhard, H. Phillips, H. Wurlitzer, R. Weber, A. fames, R. Thompson. Second row: T. Van Alye.i. V. Peterson, H. Mueller. C. Rohn, F. Jaeger, G. Palmer, F. Hansen, J. Campbell, ]. O ' Brien, C. Lowe, H. Stothart. Third row: J. Kennedy, R. Schultz, S. Lange, P. Mathieu, [. Kelly, f. Thompson, D. Telander, G. Stueber, J. Lawrence, August N. Renner ( Housefellow), D. Callahan. Fourth row: F. Lindemann, T. Morris, R. Stueber, S. Ford, J. Moran, R. Worthman, D. Carlton, F. Tonney, T. B " hrens, D. DeVinney, L. Quigley. nil psi Alpha Iota of Chi Psi, beginning its 70th year on the Wiscon- sin campus, pledged 20 men after the Fall rushing season, there- by increasing its membership to 50. Activities were stressed, especially Interfratcrnity athletics, and the Alpha produced top- flight teams in football, bowling, volleyball, ami basketball. Chi Psi was fortunate in having Jim Lawrence elected Prom King. Jim was first-string pitcher on the varsity baseball team and was an active member oi the " W " (dub. The Lodge was also well represented by its members on the varsity football, basketball, and baseball teams. Hal Phillips wrote a weekly sports column for the Cardinal. Highlighting the social calendar were numerous parties. The formal Christmas and Spring dinner-dances were held in the Lodge. A victorious Homecoming was celebrated at an " open house " given for alumnae and parents ami the second annual " Winter Frolic " with the Dekes was a great success. With positive action in fraternity and university activities, Chi Psi maintained its leadership among organized campus groups. Officers were: Graham (J. Palmer. President; Frederick F. Hanson, Vice President; Fred H. Jaeger, Secretary; ami fames S. lampbell, Treasurer. 272 After a good record last year, this year the Dekes were again in a position of prominence among fraternities on campus in social, scholastic and athletic activities. The active chapter is still composed almost exclusively of veterans, but the general influx of freshmen on campus was typified by the pledge class, about a quarter of whom were non-veterans. Social functions, directed by Dan Miller and Joe Fagan, were again of the lively nature so characteristic of Deke parties. Saturday night saw many gay gatherings with many alumni and Eriends returning to swap yarns and comment on the fine chapter and redecoration of the house. Dekes also put in many hours participating in campus activi- ties, holding numerous chairmanships of Union committees.. Pledges Tom Rlacklock anil Earl Lapp, and Actives Hill Sachse, Floyd Nixon, and Dick Miller are all members of th crew, and Pledge John Hymer is out for boxing along wit " Gentleman Jim " Swenson. The Dekes provided strong com- petition for the Badger Bowl, finishing well up in football, volleyball, and basketball. Officers were: Fred Koehn, President; Scott Rogers, Vice President; Bob McLeod, Secretary; and Edward Draminski, Treasurer. DELTA KAPPA EPSILON First row: W. Edwards. J. Schmidt, F. Nixon, Major. D. Miller, J. Heaps, E. Sackley, R. Wibbens, E. Draminski. C. Vollrath. Sea. ml row: A. Miller. R. McLeod, G. Rothe. W. Phelan, S. Rogers, F. Koehn, H. Prange, M. Widdifield. R. Weaver. Third row: |. Swenson. W. Gesell, O. Osborn. H. Mossbeck, D.Chase. L. Rogers. |. Bryan, C. Sctser, H. Wolf, |. Hymer, D. Coulton, E. Lapp, P. Benson, J. Fagan, V. Sachse, D. Crawford. 273 First row: C. Fenzan, R. Markowsky, R. Johnson, R. Kennedy, J. Eichman, E. Numrich, E. Stuckert, J. Kohl. C). Vorpagel. Second row: R. Schlitz, N. Hartung, M. Meyer, C. Crouse, D. Lambert, C. Lutz, f. Muetterties, J. Cisler. D. Spahn, P. Dal- ton, (i. Fossum. Third row: W. Stiver, R. DeVoe, A. DeBell, E. Smithback, B. Carlovvski, D. Blanke, J. Nelson, R. Bodin, K. Wachowiak, ). Roughen. |. Murrell, I). Krahn. D. Gut, C. Ware, G. Cihla, R. Hayes. Fourth row: F. Fiedler, H. Richter, M. Sauer, D. Anderson, R. Osterhout, W. Peck, F. Kaufmann, (.,. Holmes. M. Rue. G. Fait, D. Chapin, 1. Kcttir. C. Splitgerber, H. Bohnsack, R. Armstrong. DELTA SIGMA PI Delta Sigma Pi, located on Breese Terrace opposite Camp Randall Stadium, has been prominent in professional, social, and athletic activities on campus. Delta Sig parties, formals, d social gatherings highlighted another very successful year i I ' si Chapter. Alumni and active members renewed friend ship during a " Homecoming Weekend " that will he long renjfcmbered. A Christmas party for needy Madison children really enjoyed by the chapter as well as by the children, essional activities added much to our year at school, and fraternity athletics took an important place on our sched- jf activities. any of our members have been active on campus. Ken Khowiak was Vice President of Badger Board; Earl Num- rich hei.ime Sum larv ot IF board ami Badger Sales Manager is Veil is eo-fditor ol " The Trouble-shooters " ; bill Kalweit did nderful job as Finance Chairman for the Campus Com- ■ Chest; (Mill Lutz, three limes N.C.A.A. boxing champ, erb Richter, playing center for the badger 1 0 pound earn, held down athletic honors; and George Holmes was active as Chairman oi Student Governmenl Emphasis Week and also Chairman of the War Memorial. Officers were: Clifford G. Lutz, Headmaster; Don A. Lam Inn, Senior Warden; Richard W. Shomaker, Junior Warden; Charles S. Crouse, Scribe; and John II. Muetterties, Treasurer. 274 Something new has been added to the Delts; namely an efficient ami well-liked housemother, Mrs. Veva Huntington. As a unit and as individuals, Delts were prominent on cam- pus. Delt gridders were (Jail Butt, Nick Collias, Hob Hanley, Tom Reghanti, and Charley Windle. Nels Waity, Milo Flaien, and Red Tadych followed the baseball paths, while Fret Suckow and Hob Herman traveled the watery ways ol the crew Rob Collins may be small, but many an intramural opponent learned that size isn ' t everything. In addition to his competi- tive efforts, Rob ' s management of the intramural campaign gained for him the thanks of the entire chapter. The presidency of the W Club was for the second year filled by Marty Meyer, Rob Erffmeyer became an officer in Scabbard and Blade, Bud Aldrich served on Student Board, and Herman John served as a house fellow at Truax. Three formals highlighted the social whirl, and thcy. ' pitrs number of parties in the new barroom, earned many plaudits for Social Chairman Ozzie Olberg. Officers were: John Secord, President; Martin Meyer, Vice President; Donald Easlund, Secretary; and Richard Fox. Treas- urer. DELTA TAU DELTA First row: R. Yerkes, J. Cleary, R. Smith, W. Kuettel, ]. Lutz, R. Collins, M. Nelson, L. Fetzer, J. Greenough, R. Collins. Second row: D. Johnson, ). Coffey, F. Olberg, H. John, W. Kant, G. Sullivan. R. Kleinhans. R. Eulitt, C. Korndorfer, R. Her- man, E. Zinn, L. Robinson, R. Roth, D. Peters. Third row: R. Swift, B. Snow, R. Jensen, A. Marker, M. Tusa, F. Runzler, R. Fairweather. R. Fox, D. Easlund. Mrs. V. Hunt- ington, J. Secord, D. Halvcrson, I). Ivins, O. Mead, G. Gates, T. Reghanti. Fourth row: T. Twomey, E. Jaeger, N. Ley, C. Horning, R. Erffmeyer, G. Barker, R. Tadych, D. Davits. |. Ward, M. Flaten, F. Mundinger, D. Van Kleek, W. Winter. T. Murphy, D. Davy, R. O ' Brien, R. Ward, G. Butt, W. O ' Donnell, T. Corrivcau, Fifth row: B. Degen, R. Hammer, R. Nau, W. Bauer, F. Seegert, B. Wackman, R. Kuehne, W. Parsons, J. Lenahan, I. Bacher, R. Marshall. G. McKay, H. Hughes, G. Jansen, D. Grainger, R. O ' Donnell, C. Windle. 275 First row: L. Nelson. D. Dunwiddie, A. Block, J. Hemauer, E. Zicker, R. Behrens, H. Hauser, P. Thomsen. Second row: W. Vodak, 15. Shefchik, C. Potter, L. Brooks, W. Larson, W. Mortensen, L. Felts, W. Ward. Third row: D. Thomas, f. Tomlinson, E. Hove, W. Rooney, E. Johnson, W. Naarup, R. Reierson, C. Grimstad. DELTA THETA SIGMA September found the actives and pledges of Delta Theta Sigma busily engaged at cleaning and redecorating the chapter for the year to come. In its second year of reactivation he war, the Gamma Chapter was host to the National ivc The spirit of brotherhood was rekindled between tapters and climaxed by a dinner-dance at the Maple ( lountry Club. a Theta Sigma is an organization of men engaged in Iture and endeavors to stimulate greater leadership in eld. This is proudly evidenced by ten members now in Alpha Zeta, and Rill Ward ' s winning of the Steinbock 1 for being the outstanding junior man on the agricul- ampus. ie field of athletics, Karl Mavcs was the first string full- !i tin varsity team, while the mantel above the fireplace v with trophies attesting to the athletic prowess through trie years. Officers wire: I ' .ldon Zicker, President; ferome Hemauer. ice President; Hervey Hauser, Secretary; Alton Block, Treas urn. 276 The Wisconsin Chapter of Delta Upsilon, now at its greatest strength since its founding in 1885, had another outstanding year in campus social, athletic, and extracurricular activities. Alumni interest was marked by the reformation of an active- Madison Alumni Club which sponsored two formal parties in the winter and spring. In the campus spotlight were Dick Baer, Promotions Chair- man for Humorology ' 48 and Tickets Chairman for the 1948 Junior Prom; and Ray Schneider, Student Representative on the Student Life and Interest Committee. Len Roecker was Tickets Chairman for Military Ball. Recent " W " winners were Jim Toepter, end on the Badger varsity football squad, and Bruce Fellows, the swimming team ' s No. 1 diver. Tom Stouthammer, first-string quarterback o IS!) pound football team, and Jerry Erickson, star end on freshman squad, showed much promise for the future. Delta Upsilon won the Badger Bowl, emblem of fraternity athletic supremacy, in 1947; and was again high in this year ' s race for the coveted trophy- Officers were: Richard F. Baer, President; Keith Wilkinson, Vice President; John Wyman, Secretary; and James Zimdars, Treasurer. DELTA UPSILON First row: J. Zimdars, A. Welch, IS. Etraus, W. Alcumbrac, D. Fellows, G. Stolz, J. Bittrick, I). Godfrey. Second row: C. Jacobus, R. Wing, J. Emerson, B. Fellows, D. Peterson, J. Gittings, |. Walters, T. Stouthammer, P. M.irtin. K. Zartner, M. Bartelme, C. Billmayer, D. Norcross. Third row: B. Direnzo, J. Fox, 1). Anderson, li. Rogahn, D. Dahm, R, Howland, I). Baer, L. Whittet, F. Trubshaw, (i. Bin zel, C. May, J. Toepfer. Fourth row: L. Roecker, M. Grant. D. Morton, E. Scharch, M. Berning, J. Erickson, K. Wilkcnson, |. Bloor, T. Marsh. R. Schneider, T. Wright. P. Johnson, J. Wyman. Fifth row: B. Greeley, D. facobus, E. Beers, K. Drewy, J. May, G. Quale, J. Clements, F. Winding, ). Sprenger, F. Barbian, C. Hibbard, B. Meuer, (). Clark, B. Gittings. 277 Small in number, Inn great in spirit. Beta Omicron Chapter came through its second year with Hying colors. The year ' s important activities began in March 1947, with an initiation ceremony which brought three newcomers into the fraternity. fudge Wendell E. Green, visiting brother from Chicago, was principal speaker at the banquet which followed, and sharing the spotlight with him was Augustus G. Parker, the fraternity ' s Grand Polcmarch from Cleveland. During the summer months members of the fraternity from throughout the Midwest assembled in Madison and were guests of Beta Omicron Chapter at their second annual picnic. After a Homecoming victory in which Rob Teague, a Kappa brother, and Cal Vernon, a member of Beta Omicron ' s Scroller Club, took active parts, the chapter staged its Annual Home- coming Dance which was easily the most outstanding affair of the year. Beta Omicron Chapter presented W. Robert Ming, brilliant law professor from the University of Chicago, to address the students on the timely issue of " Civil Rights. " New honors were bestowed this young chapter when it was selected as the site for the fraternity ' s forthcoming provincial meeting. Officers were: Lester J. Dugas, Polcmarch; Weathers Y. Sykes, Vice Polemarch; and Thomas W. Dale, Keeper of Rec- ords. KAPPA ALPHA PSI First row: H. Moore, O. Harris. Second row: ' I ' . Dale, J. E. [ones, I.. Dugas, W. Sykes. Third row: |. Gipson, A. Arnold, A. Plough, T. Coggs, I. Coggs, J. Lash, H. George. 278 First row: ). Manson, R. Ledwith, K. Hums. A. Dick, R. Suhm, J. Hecker, V. Polzin, K. Toth, I). Kilb. Second row: R. France, G. Butzer, T. McHugh, R. Lang, J. Munson, |. Kammer, ( ' . L ' Hommedieu, J. Falk, E. Posch, K.. Purdy, W. Dahlke, C. Redel, I). Meager, R. Shopen. Third row: W. Brann, D. Monson. W. Anderson, A. Kuehn, T. Turner, G. Starke, Mrs. J. C. McCullough, S. Hope, F. Thomas, R. Adams, E. Mills. |. Hennig, K.. Hawley, R. Ballon. Fourth row: A. Fedor, S. Giese, W. Acheson, S. Black, C. LaHahn, F. Breidster, P. Franke, T. F.ngelhardt, F. Buss, |. Locke, ). Davidson. D. Johnson, H. Frank, f. Davis, A. Beckwith, L. Risteen, E. Wolf, R. Nolle, N. Noble, G. Holt . Fifth row: f. Moore, F. Shuler, R. Unwin, R. Schorse, I. Truitt, ]. Holtz, M. Tillisch, G. Neperud, L. Monahan, R. Thai- man, W. Brinkman, C. Garny, R. Nelson, A. Bremner, W. Schowalter, R. Kohler, M. Mann, R. Beck, R. [ones. W. Sturm, |. Broadfoot. KAPPA SIGMA This, the 50th year of Kappa Sigma on the Wisconsin cam- pus, has been a landmark in the fraternity ' s history as well as a significant step in the progress of an active chapter. All men of Kappa Sigma have contributed in making this an eventful year. Particularly outstanding were Ed Mills, Senior Class President and varsity basketball center; John Mun- son, Captain of the cross-country team and President of th Student Athletic Board; Lee Dreyfus, President of Phi Sigma; Glen Starke, basketball and golf; Jack Kammer country and track; Don Johnson, swimming; Warre son, President of Ski Club; Politician " Senator " Davi Charles LaBahn ami " Prune " Polzin, swimming an Among the high spots of the Kappa Sigma social y the " Kappa Sig Sing " prison party and the Christina The Saturday night parties became campus known J Mills ' " Gypsy, " Mike Tillisch ' s " Milwaukee, " Par " Hula, " and " Boomer " Phillips ' " Wabash Cannonball. ' j The climax of our 50th anniversary was the Found celebration this spring. Officers were: Samuel N. Hope, Jr., President; (den (). Starke, Robert A. Adams, Vice Presidents; Thomas D. Turner, Treasurer; anil Frederic L. Thomas, Secretary. 279 First row: W. Honpenjin, R. Hanson, E. Hiskins, W. Grun?wa!d, B. Wetlaufer, J. Fichten, L. Whittig. ]. King. Second row: A. Mann, C. (Jrasser, K. Witzeling, R. Stevenson, M. ftivlahan, B. Kunesh, K. Jones, F. Hansen, R. Ford. Third row: G. Masek. H. Miller. J. Shannon, G. Sharatt, }. Nemeth. LAMBDA CHI ALPHA In its second year on campus since reactivation, Lambda Chi Alpha continued to grow. Rushing activities consisting of smokers and dinners were held both in spring and in the fall. These functions resulted in a fine pledge group who will help much in what is hoped will be yet another year of expansion. Parties and dances helped to augment the social life of the fraternity throughout the year. Noteworthy were those held at Homecoming, at which a surprising number of alumni were present, and the Christmas Party, which featured some very nice decorations plus an overabundance of mistletoe. Those mem- bers present for the summer semester had their social calendar rounded out with two picnics and a beach party. In intramural athletics Lambda Chi Alpha had teams in Softball, basketball, and bowling, the latter having a very successful season. Lambda Chi Alpha was founded in 1909 at boston University and was installed at the University of Wisconsin in 1917. Officers wire: bruce Wetlaufer, President; Lynn I). Whittig, Vice President; Robert Hanson, Secretary; and Wayne W. ( fruncwald, Treasurer. :sn A general return to fraternity normality marked the past year in Wisconsin Alpha, the Phi Dclt chapter at Wisconsin. The standard sequence of [he events of the school year saw the Phi ' s strong contenders in fraternity athletic competition, and pledge increments of high quality associate with the chapter. Socially, the January circus received widespread coverage, with outstanding effects and decorations, the work of Soi Chairman Dom Cefalu and Merle fames, decorator. Bill Sher- man continued his service as Graduate Representative on Stu- dent Board, while Dick Lewis held down the Union Vice Presi- dency along with a multitude of other responsibilities. Joe Johnson anil Bill Schimmel were Haresfoot chorines and Bill Johnson was a leading figure in M.H.A. administration. Phi Delta Theta is the senior Wisconsin fraternity, estab- lished at Madison in 1857, and numbers such figures at Gov- ernor and U. S. Senator Vilas and Frank Lloyd Wright, pioneer modernist architect, among its alumni. Officers were: George Wille, President; Dick Sadler, Secre- larv; and Dick Boebel, Reporter. PHI DELTA THETA First row: W. James, D. Miesbauer, B. Dean, R. Ross, J. Johnson, C. Lewis, W. Nesbit. L. Kanetske, B. Schroeder, C. Burch, " Rex. " Second row: M. Ferry, M. James, B. Sprague, B. Regtter, J. Bohn, G. Sullivan, B. Cunningham, H. Fisker, D. Boebel, B. Johnson, B. Pierson, T. De Young, B. Campbell, N. Putman, D. Doeller, B. Swain. Third row: T. McCormick, J. Roach, B. Ames, T. Ryan, C. Mead, P. Murphy, R. Boerner, R. Schambreck, B. Schlitz, B. Brig- ham, R. Wobril, T. Hefty, R. Schambreck, W. Johnson. Fourth row: R. Connel, B. Smith, T. Kuehn, A. Boerner, D. McGrath, D. Saddler, G. Willi, B. DeLong, D. Cefalu, W. For- rest, P. Rastell, P. Johnson, J. Skelly. Fifth row: J. Roemer, B. Sherman, B. Bosworth, D. Jones, B. Ryan, C. Backman, D. Hull, G. Kock, B. Wagner, B. Schem- mel, B. Biersach, K. Goetschel, J. Saving, S. Fondric, T. Sonnenberg, C. Wallman, T. Sherry, J. Brown. Sixth row: J. Grootematte, B. Kletzein, F. Pample, R. Meyer, D. Laudon, I. Dowman, J. Barry, J. Lueck, J. Schlick, P. Plan- ing, C. Aten, E. Fisher, B. Holl. B. Riley, D. Fitch. J. Burgundy, R. Bergen, D. Conway, D. Cosgrove. T. DePauw. 281 First row: ]. Loeb, K. Schaye, E. Schulman, D. Winner, M. Cohen, L. Breitkopf, H. Reid. Second row: I. Adcssky, L. Rogers, S. Markoe, P. Fickman, D. Cohn, J. Gerson, D. Schuster, L. Bursten. Third row: I. Denberg, L. Levy, H. Loeb, R. Ruby, S. Henner, S. Polansky, E. Gilbert, E. Holzman. PHI EPSILON PI Alpha Eta Chapter of Phi Epsilon Pi completed its third suc- cessful year since its reorganization on the Wisconsin campus in 1945. Many of our members were active in campus affairs. Larry Breitkopf was active in religious affairs as President of the Hillel Foundation; Don Winner was a member of the Uni- versity debating team; and in the field of fashions, Larry Rogers was active as Chairman of the Campus Community Chest Fashion Show in November. On the social side of our program, the season was highlighted by our Homecoming Dance in November at Wisconsin Dells and the Thin! Annual Sweetheart Ball in February. Although the Phi Eps maintained a complete athletic and social program throughout the year, we continued our intellec- tual distinction ol having one ol the highest grade-point aver- ages of any fraternity on the Wisconsin campus. Obtaining a fraternity house continued as the biggest pro- gram ol the year and the prospects appeared excellent tor ha ing one in the coming year. Officers were: Donald Winner, Superior; E. Leonard Schul- nian. Vice Superior; Melvin S. Cohen, Treasurer; and Edward Schaye, Corresponding Secretary. 282 Witli increased chapter strength, the Fijis wound up a yen filled with serious study, many rides on the campus activity bandwagon, and some outstanding social events. Bob Pierson captured the " busiest man " title with the following time de souring load of activities: Presidenl ol the 5i)th anniversary Haresfoot Club, Chapter President, house head waiter, and , classes! There was Phi Gam participation on several Union , committees, Interfraternity Hoard, and the Badger. Dick Ca nev, man about psych department, engineered an unique soc season full of exchange dinners with sororities, unexpect events, five formats, and a Christmas party for Madison c dren. Andy Allen guided Greek party publicity to help p " out of seven candidates into office. Chuck Zoelle, 21-year-old sophomore and lightest Badger Harry ' s forward wall, was Wisconsin ' s leading pass receiver. Intramurally, the house entered every campaign and won the basketball division crown as well as the all-fraternity touch football championship with a strong team sparked by John Foyer ' s jet speed and the rifle arm of Jay Doar. Officers were: Robert J. Pierson, President; Harry A. Fischer, Treasurer; Thomas C. Robbins, Corresponding Secretary; and Robert E. O ' Brien, Recording Secretary. PHI GAMMA DELTA First row: H. Stasen. ]. Kaestner, R. Shope, H. Barker, J. Ailing, D. Rowlands, ). Siewert, J. Olmsted. Second row: R. Rowlands. P. Dye, D. Hickey, R. Shields, R. Snively, W. Kitz, J. Bohstedt, W. Schoeneck, YV. Taylor. Third row: A. Allen, D. Easer. C. Hoffman, R. Carney. H. Fischer, D. Below, Mrs. Miller. F. YVallm. R. Pierson. YV. Schranz, [. Anderson, J. Ziebell, J. Bullard, P. Cosby. Fourth row: f. Keck, R. Rowlands, D. Vea, J. Johnston, R. Frantz, R. O ' Brien, T. Arneson, ]. Conners, |. Humphrey, G. Price, A. Bromm, R. Kitz, f. Beyer, C. John. N. Mayer. Fifth row: G. Stevens, R. Kole, J. Lindber , 11. Evans, R. Swanson, D. Thompson, P. I laasc, ' I ' . Price. T. Geary, W. Becker, R. Gibson, F. Ross, }. Houston. F. Leedom, T. Cronin, C. Zoelle, f. Foyer. Sixth row: G. Watson, R. Greenkorn, A. Arneson, G. Ross, M. Huebner, J. Tobin, T. Robbins. G. Rayne, ). Campbell, J. Carr. E. Houston. F. Pritzlaff, D. Meyer. 283 The Lambda Chapter of Phi Kappa Fraternity is well settled on t he campus again after a period of inactivity during the war. The chapter was reactivated early in the spring of 1946. A suit- able house was located at 139 East Oilman Street during the summer and was purchased last fall just as the semester opened. The returning Phi Kappas found a great deal of work to be one before the house would be in suitable shape. But their enthusiasm was equal to the job. All of them devoted many hours to the task of repairing, redecorating, and cleaning. By Homecoming everything was well under control to the point thar the alumni and their guests were frequently commenting m enne home the Phi Kappas had made for themselves. he credit goes to the alumni for their advice and assistance afijl to all the actives and pledges who sacrificed precious study and free time to apply their varied talents to the transformation of arhouse into a home. Officers were: Raymond Walsh, President; Clarence Mali- noski, Vice President; Marvin Neuberger, Secretary; and Charles Hansen, Treasurer. PHI KAPPA First row: W. Fitzgerald, A. McFarland, B. Meulemans, L. Daren, T. Woodird, T. Hein. Second row: A. Gion, I). Duszynski, J. Hamilton, f. Baird, (J. McCormick, M. Lubinski. ' ITiinl row: C Albert, K. Evers, C. Malinoski, R. Walsh, M. N;uberger, M. Thomas, H. Holley, R. Doyle. Fourth row: R. Rupnow. F. Schulte, H. Flanagan, f. Kennedy, F. Schmidt, D. Burmeister, C. Hansen. R. Delgado, |. Tracy, D. Kleiner. [• " . Usher, W. Lang, W. Goeden. Fifth row: f. Brickner, G Dolan, ). Weber, |. Morey, J- Darc;y, V. Lubinski, E. Leyden, T. Halton, C. Ambrosavage, W. Francis. E. Celebre. 284 First row: S. Mohr, B. Goldstein, f. Polachek, W. Ladner, A. Hillman, D. Hillman, ). Levin, f. Shurtnan, G. Berns, A. Brodax, L. Kahn, H. Craig, E. Zimmerman. Second row: B. Levin, S. Pelton, I. Malowsky, R. Futterman, H. Pollay, L. Pollay. G. Rosenberg, S. Ehrenberg, A. Fried- man, P. Rosenthal, A. Shovers, V. Stein. Third row : R. Holzman, R. Salwitz, J. Silverman, N. Zimmerman, B. Pivar, G. Tatarsky, R. Schneider, H. Rabin, J. Min- koll " , W. Rubnitz, K. Holland, D. Rubnitz, R. Siachek. PHI SIGMA DELTA Athletics played a big role in Pi Chapter ' s rising prominence on campus. " Tony " Bachman was awarded half a " W " for heaving his wilted carcass out of the sack each morning at 9:45. Jim Silverman split his numerals with Gabe Berns when both played a " love " set without tennis rackets. Mel GoKlin flew over 440 yards of sod while garnering points for the Badger harriers, and Ronnie Ross tossed the shot. " Stonewall " Pivar and " Flash " Seigel looked sharp as they anticipated the coming gridiron season. Behind props in Bascom Theater, Gabe Berns and Harr Pollay tugged at the curtain ropes. Jack Shurman calculated his outside activities. Art Hilman gave politics back to the Ro mans. Bill Ladner stuffed the treasury into an old sock. " Drop dead, " shouted Jack Levin. With his finger glued to an open light switch stood efficient House Manager Sherm Pelton. It was a good year all right and was topped off, thanks t Bernie Goldstein, with a galaxy oi gay social affairs. Officers were: Jack Levin, President; Gabe Berns, Vice Prcsi dent; Stan Mohr, Secretary; and Bill Ladner, Treasurer. 285 First row: B. Cohen, 15. Orenstein, H. Galant, M. Mechanic, L. Hervvitz, B. Baer, B. Isackson. Second row: A. Simon, B. Meyerhoff, M. Levi, f. Wallace, J. Ettenheim, G. Robbins, J. Holdstein, H. Fried, Cj. Cold, B. Rosenberg. Third row: J. Shlimowitz, E. Adashek, M. Rotter. M. Spero, S. Perlson, M. Shimberg, E. Rosenberg, ]. Biller, H. Paley, B. Silver, H. Stoller. R. Coen, P. London. Fourth row: B. Kramer, M. Kadvvit, J. Sheinfeld, K. Parelskin, G. Palay, N. Muhlstein, N. Locke, B. Stone. J. Miller, H. La- pin. T. Fox, G. Kahn, B. Miller. PI LAMBDA PHI The Pilam house this past year expanded and bulged, and sometimes actually burst. Thirteen men were pledged and initi- ated. The active rolls were swelled to 35 members. The house at 615 North Henry was the scene of many hectic and crowded parties. Chief among these was the pledge sea- costume ' extravaganza of which Davey Jones and the social y whirled in a watery grave. Homecoming, too, was an flr of whirling heads. In fact, by the time oi " Auld Lang ftl " most of the alumni and actives were out cold, drowned icir tears and beers. The winter formal was a smooth, isticated thing — made SO, perhaps, by the sobering influ- ence] ol the Lorame ' s main dining room, and whosver ' s orches as there. louse swelled with pride when Buddy Meverhotl made nil board in the fall elections, and the whole group broke ihto smiles when the Homecoming display, a creation ol Dick Wolkind and Howie Fried won the all-campus and all-frater- nity lirsi prize trophies. Officers were: (Jerry Robbins, President; |ohn Ettenheim, Vice President; Jerry Wallace. Secretary; ami lack Holdstein, Treasurer. !86 The fall semester found the cellars of Psi Upsilon bulging with the buffet supper crowd alter each home football game. The weekend alums, always strong in number, were especially so last fall, ami the fellowship rivaled the football enthusiasm. Psi U was well representee! in varsity sports, with Dick Falls, Fred Schneider and Dale Bowers en the basketball squadir ' ( " hick Kidil in boxing, and Jim Sweitzer, who helped inaugujL rate the 150 pound Football team. The house narrowly tririSt5j retaining its volleyball title, and had to be content with : runner-up position. The annual three-way Thanksgiving formal with the Di Ice and Alpha Delts was augmented by a Christmas formal it the Phi Gams, and the exchange dinners and get-togethers the brothers meeting and greeting. The annual Christmas p igl for Madison children was held with the Thetas, meeting with its usual success. Bob Samp, of I-F Roard, held the I-F Spring Formal chair- manship, and Bill Artz, campaign manager for Prom King Lawrence, secured the Prom executive chairmanship. Officers were: Jack Sweeney, President; Dick Falls, Vice President; Bob Curry, Secretary; anil Hank Bush, Treasurer. PSI UPSILON First row: B. Curry, B. Callow, B. Ferber, T. Lentz, G. Peterson, J. Sweeney, B. Artz, T. Leake, C. Strause, B. Glen n. Second row: J. Tyler, D. Bowers, C. Jordan, B. Hanks, D. Bush, B. Samp, R. Peterson, L. T. Young, D. Tyler. Third row: J. Sweitzer. W. Good, B. Redeman, B. Oliver, L. Pepper, B. Porth. B. Bush, J. Kress, B. Hamilton, ]. Bennett, I!. Shihan, N. Magnuson. 287 First row: W. Becker, K. Fiske, R. Cook, E. Maurer, T. Curry, H. Homan, C. Lamb, S. Pieiuch, H. Puelicher, S. Bakke, L. Carey. Second row: D. Baker, J. Lawrence, E. Foley, R. Hiller, D. Derebey, R. Pierce, R. Dein (Faculty Advisor), J. Riley, R. Miller, W. Vos, E. Erickson, W. Heyse, A. Kieckhafer, D. Schutt, N. Adamany. Third row: W. Schilling, W. Doke, J. Smith, D. Wiger, R. Ebbott, E. Belongia, R. Forrer, J. Prinz, P. Welle, P. Kelley, W. Reuter, F. Rueping, D. Ward. Fourth row: J. Bell, W. Mandeville, J. Martin, P. Truax, L. Webster, R. Postweiler, T. Clark, E. Mann, M. Warner, |. Gates. C. Gunderson, J. Rice, E. Gibson, T. Herbes. Fifth row: N. Olson, S. Macdonald, R. Botham, F. Mancheski, R. Dana. K.. Rustman, T. Scholberg. R. Kohler, T. Lucas, J. Taylor. Sixth row: E. Kurtz, P. Reckham, W. Wirka, J. Normington, W. Torgerson, P. White, T. Beckmann, ]. Lunenschloss, T. Johnson, R. Hammel, H. Kinnear. R. Bunke, R. Smith. SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON Sigma Alpha Epsilon Fraternity was founded on the 9th day of March, 1856, at the University of Alabama in the old city of Tuscaloosa. In less than one hundred years since its founding, the Fraternity has expanded greatly and the one hundred ami ijg hteenth chapter was instituted during the past year. Wisconsin, S.A.E. retained its position in campus social, ical, athletic, ami other extracurricular activities during the year. An unexpectedly large pledge class was honored at first formal dance of the year. Other outstanding parties ere the Christmas and Spring Formals, ami the second annual ack Party. At Christmas the vocally minded brothers joined orces with the Alpha Phis to serenade die campus. Other activities included participation in Humorology ' 48, coming decorations, the All-University Sing, Ice Carni- 5ttid interfratcrnity athletics where S.A.E. ranked high in the race In! the new Badger Bowl. Although 12 nun are gradu- ating, hopes are high for even greater achievements nexi year. Officers were: John K. Riley, President; Kenneth V, Fiske, Via President; Eugene 1). Maurer, Secretary; and Robert 1 . Bailey, Treasurer. 288 This has been another ureal year for Sigma Chi at Wisconsin. Our chapter membership was larger than at any time in our 64 years oil the campus, so that there was " never a dull mo- ment " at 630 N. Lake. On the social side, we had some fine house parties following the Saturday football games, and in the winter ami spring weekends we enjoyed many more. The " Sweetheart " Forma, was a dance we will long remember, and Miami Triad was a highlight ot the spring season. The Sigs entered into a myriad of extracurricular activities. Roy Voegeli was president and Byron Ostby was a member of Student Board. Steve Guigou, Tom Brickley, and Mel Corbley were members of Haresfoot. In athletics, Dick Loepfe and Bruce Elliot were tackles on Wisconsin ' s great football tea Bob Cook copped high scoring basketball honors in the ern Conference last year, and we were represented on the crew squad by Dick Tipple, Gordon Grimstad, Greer McBratney, George Crandall, Bob Hedges, and Cliff Rathkamp. Officers were: Edwin O. Siggelkow, President; Duane W. Thorsen, Treasurer; and Daniel M. Sullivan, Secretary. SIGMA CHI First row: J. Seymour, ]. Warner, R. Marth, T. Thomas. L. Junes, W. Kurkamp, N. Thomas, R. Piekenbrock. G. Simonson, R. Salmon, F. Everhard. Second row: R. Bennett, W. Brodhead, J. Kirkpatrick, W. Chatterton, J. Merrill, D. Block, B. Cluster, E. Siggelkow, F. Thay- er (Adviser), D. Sullivan, S. Guigou, A. Sandsmark, D. Thorsen, R. Hedges, E. Schalmo, J. Weix. Third row: R. Bessey, B. Ostby. F. Sunder, (. ' ,. Craig, R. Aik, H. Stork, J. Jenkins, W. Reid, L. Anderson. E. Wollaeger, J. Matteson, P. Erickson, F. Porter, R. Rein, I). Battles, R. Moll. Fourth row: ). Bower, W. Mcllblom, W. Richardson, A. Shannon, B. Cross, R. Pietsch, B. Wenzel, R. Remmel, T. Meredith, D. Porter, W. Gyure, T. Brickley, I). Rlossner, C. Johnson, J. Paul. Fifth row: H. Spaar, H. Smith. J. Mathison, F. Stayduhar, W. Starke, A. Rood, A. Peterman, I). Johnson, K. Jensen, I- Peder- son, F. Kramer, G. Theiler, W. Jenson, N. Edmundson, J. Urquhart, J. St. Ores. Sixth row: D. Weiss, G. Grimstad, C. Rathkamp. R. Tipple, G. McBratney, R. Murison, C. Crandall, D. Ferrell, P. Klein. J. Phelps, C. Schalmo, F. Rcnnebohm, J. (Jill, R. Kluberton. 289 First row: K. Hesse, E. Swanson, J. Church. C. Chapman, D. MacDonald, N. Mullaney, R. Roethe. R. Williams, S. Weidler, D. Johnson, M. Mackenzie, J. Minor, C. Curran, C. Ashenfelter. Second row: K. Hinsman, I). Linton, J. Potts, G. Williams, N. Madison, F. Reich, R. Wolter, G. Oswald, J. Rudy, M. Rhude. J. Braak, J. McGrath, K. Cummins. Third row: A. McMurry, W. Trautz, M. Gillet, J. Payton, J. Stein, W. Ryerson, C. Kulawinski, P. Stark, M. Jezo. G. Kuehne- man. R. Gonnering, L. Plank, W. Bentheimer. Fourth row: R. Kullman. W. Wan Lanen, I. Pfeifer, R. Abrahamson, W. Lovell, W. McNeel, T. Kluberton, A. Kerckhoff. R. Hueston, O. Esch, H. Michael, E. Gehl, J. Walker. SIGMA NU Sigma Nu Fraternity had its beginning in a section of this country well known for rich tradition ami a vital role in our nation ' s early history. The fraternity was originally an organi- zation composed of cadets at the Virginia Military Institute, Lexington, Virginia, and dates from the year 1869. Gamma Lambda, the Wisconsin chapter, was given its char- ter in 1902, being the 59th chapter in a strong national organi- zation that now numbers 1(1(1 active collegiate chapters. The chapter has maintained high scholastic standards as well as a thorough athletic program in which all members par- ticipated. Among the many social events ol the year, some ol the most pleasant were the weekly chapter dinners at which rushees were entertained. The fine fellowship and singing were enjoyed by all. This year, members of the chapter have concentrated their efforts on securing a house. Vet, in spite ol not living together. Sigma Nn has achieved a strong Fraternal spirit. With the active I h.iptcr 50 strong, 1948 promises to be a lug year lor Sigma Nu. OlTicers were: Richard C). Roethe, Commander; Gene G. Kuehneman, Lieut. Commander; Harold L. Michael, Treas- urer; and Don n R. Linton, Recorder. ]«J0 Living apart from their other Greek cohorts in the Earned " Airplane House " of University Heights, Sigma Phi has stress- ed through the years quality rather than quantity of member- ship. Locally and nationally, the policy ol Sigma Phi has been to limit each active chapter to approximately 20. Although it is the oldest national fraternity in the country, with 120 years of existence, an extremely conservative expansion policy has al- lowed only the creation of ten chapters. In addition to their traditional Faculty Tea, Frontier and Formals, Sigma Phi has formulated many a new 6 which has made them socially par excellence. In student activities Sigma Phi has been led by such men Tom Jones, Homecoming Chairman and Secretary-Treas of " W " Club; George Wheeler, President of the Univ Y.M.C.A. and Campus Elections Chairman; Tom Ni Roard as well as Co-Chairman of the Student board Scl] Fund; Dick John, Student Board, Campus Projects Chi Homecoming Committee, plus Chairman of Charity Gray, Literary Preview; Mark Hooper, Secretary of W.M.A. and Clarence Bertram Herschbergcr III, Flections Committee Officers were: Thomas C. Jones, President; Robert Brunsell Vice President; Robert Delzell, Secretary; and Mark L. Hoop er, Treasurer. SIGMA PHI First row: K. Harte, A. Thiel, R. Knop, F. OpitZj A. Knop, P. Robinson, R. John. Second row: B. Roberts, P. Debbink, R. Johnsen, R. Frensz, J. Gray, J. Faulks, C. Sheldon, G. Kamerling. Third row: A. Jackson, R. Delzell, T. Jones, R. Brunsell, N. Anderson, R. Miller. Fourth row: G. Wheeler, H. Wright, T. Niles, C. Barbee, C. Herschberger, J. Bolz, R. Minor. M. Hooper, J. Andersen. I . (ones. M. Mossman. 291 Firsl row: C. Anderson, R. Barron, R. Williams, E. Dukerschein, W. Haselow, J. Burrell, R. Stein, " Lady " , R. Michaels, R. Lause, |. Griesbach, W. Nitz. D. Manning. Second row: 1). Monson, L. French, W. Corzelius. V. Demergian, J. Slater. W. Doud, T. King, J. Byrns, D. Sargeant. Third row: K. I loelzel, J. Haselow, F. Green, D. Schultz, R. Knopf, J. Cleveland, W. Fronk, C. Wismans, D. Femal, V. Swanson, R. Jirucha, W. Pohle, R. Kraft, L. Barnes, R. Swanson, B. Johnson, F. Humphrey. Fourth row: D. Canute, T. Lee. ). Althouse, N. Vanden Heubel, J. Borden, T. Pearson. J. Dority, R. Omelina. R. Tank. R. Dearth. R. Romitti, R. Hanson, W. Lister, E. Johnson, R. Crick, L. Fleege. SIGMA PHI EPSIION Founded in Richmond, Virginia in 1901; Wisconsin Beta, one of 80 chapters, received its charter in 1M21. With the group looking more and more like its pre-war self in size and spirit anil in possession of a house, Sigma Phi Ep- silon is now in a position where it can contribute completely and comfortably to the social, athletic and academic activities campus. President John Slater was again awarded the Morse plarship, while Hank Olshanski in football and Bill Has of the swimming team are two of our outstanding con- utions to varsity athletics. Socially, the Sig Eps are perhaps jjlt known for their interesting theme parties conceived and Sponsored under the direction ol Red Byrns and Bob Swanson. Hrl Hoelzel ' s valuable work as I.F. president is known to all. Dim year marks the inauguration of the Sig Ep trophy, ftlardid to the man contributing the tnosl to fraternities on . Revival of the Sig Ep (!irl pageant is planned lor this year, also. Officers were: fohn Slater, President; Kenneth DeRoche, Vice President; Edward Conn II, Secretary; and Wallace Doud, Comptroller. 292 Another big year for Psi of Theta Chi with activities too numerous to mention. Outstanding were: Gene Jaroch, three- time major letterman in baseball; Al Smith, senior football manager and Inter-Fraternity Board member; Jim Burgoyne, Ticket Chairman of Summer Prom, Chairman of Homecomi Arrangements, Chairman of Union Host and Hostesses Co mittee, anil Chairman of Freshman Open House; Glenn Jacob 1 son, President, General Chairman of information for Freshman Orientation; Big Joe Keenan, sold pound by pound at C.C.C ' s auction; George Kanarek, Haresfoot and swimming. Theta Chi representatives were found in Track, Crew, Sa die and Sirloin, checrlcading, the Cardinal, Wisconsin E neer, and the Male Chorus. The social season of informal parties, hayrides, hard-ti parties and open houses with individual sororities was high lighted by the Christmas formal held on Dec. H in the Crystal Ballroom of the Loraine Hotel. Other informal parties through- out the year helped to maintain Psi Chapter ' s high social posi- tion on the campus. Officers were: Glenn Jacobson, President; Alan Sampsel, Vice President; Guy Hopkins, Secretary; and Richard Bruckner, Treasurer. THETA CHI First row: I). Westermann, D. Barden, A. Smith, H. Stewart, R. Meteiver, E. Katt, P. Hassett, R. Zirbel. Second row: H. Roe, J. Quick, J. Burgoyne. R. Bruckner, A. Sampsel, G. Jacobson, G. Hopkins, D. Johnson. E. Osborne, R. Falck, C. Ricketts, C. Knudsen. Third row: V. DeBruin, L. Zirbcl, C. Thompson, G. DeYoung, R. Lane, L. Hunholz, O. Kondrat, D. Karrys, R. Michael. F. Kanarek, E. Ravn. Fourth row: V. Lindholm, R. Papke, V. Power, C. Shearier, K. Vaichinger, S. Kohn, W. Woodsicka. R. Price, M. 1 [oilman. C. Newman. G. Kanarek, C. Dralle. Fifth row: R. Mathes, R. Stanat, F. Phillips, R. Meyer, R. Meinhardt, M. Greim, D. Root, H. Hanson, M. Long. 293 First rnu : |. Moll, L. Hoenig, M. Miulrinich, C. Seibold, P. Helgren, ). Jung, R. Bruning, F. Bossert, ). Benz. Second row: D. Buchhol , G. Altendorf, R. Bredin, G. Larson, R. Doke, J. Cole, V. Meyer, A. Miskulin, R. Thoke. Third row : I ' . Murphy, R. Hastings, W. Williams, P. Halbman, H. Griswold, f. Antes, J. Price, J. Piotrowski, F. Seibold, E. Smith, ]. Szarkowski, 1). Crowley, H. Schroeder, E. Witte. Fourth row: R. Pope. J. Jorgenson, F. Anderson, M. Heermans, D. Harnack, E. Shenkenberg, C. Sorensen, D. Cheney, G. Brach, C. Stracka, I). Shenkenberg, P. Hebert, J. Vaudrevil, E. Porn, W. Pike, J. Jaeckle, L. Schlimgen, D. Wheeler, R. Zabel, R. Wagner. Fifth row: W. Cieslukovvski, T. Severson, C. Shimeall, R. Lawry, S. Clark, S. Hill, W. Royce, R. Giblin, C. Otjen, J. House. R. Smith. J. Mathews, F. Lewis, J. Rose, A. Cragoe, R. Catlin, C. Drekmeier, R. Butts. THETA DELTA CHI The 1947-48 school year found the Theta Delts celebrating their 100th year as a fraternity, 52 of them on the University of Wisconsin campus. Even the summer months found the Theta Delts active on campus with Vic Meyer as vice-president tit the Summer Student Board and Howie Buchenberger as Summer Prom king. Lucian Schlimgen was responsible for getting the freshmen off to a good start as co-chairman of Freshman Orientation. Vic Meyer was again prominent in the fall as general chairman of Hall while Ronnie Giblin was running 770 Club. Jim Jor- dnson staged a most successful Tournament ol Song. John Mathews functioned as chairman of the Academic Relations i jjjdmmittee. The Christmas Formal at the Loraine Hotel climaxed the so- 1 activities of the first semester. The success of the dance was to the untiring eflorts of social chairman lack Bcnz. ta Delta Chi was represented in athletics by |ohn Jung ind Mmion Heermans, crew; Ken Mallon, boxing; and Chuck Son risen, track. Officers were: fames Piotrowski, President; lack Benz, I let aid; Frederick Seibold, Secretary; and fay Price, Treasurer. Triangle fraternity is the dwelling in which calculus rules, where slklcrules replace toothbrushes, and where L S students are regarded as the last vestiges of a decadent civilization. Tri- angle enjoys the position of a social fraternity and yet possesses all of the advantages of a professional group in so far as its men are all students in the Engineering College. Founded at the University of Illinois in 1907, the fraternity now has 18 chapters located for the must part in midwest and eastern colleges and universities. The Wisconsin Chapter. or N. ganized in 1913, celebrated its 35th anniversary this year, and in view of the University of Wisconsin Centennial will play host to the National Convention of Triangle this fall. The Triangle boys shine during the month of March, for it is then that they get a chance to shout to the world that Saint Patrick was an Engineer. The fraternity is the proud possessor of Oscar, the eight foot iron man, traditional spokesman foi the engineers in their arguments with the lawyers. Officers were: James R. Price, Jr., President; Henry Preu, Vice President; Kenneth W. Maurer, Treasurer; and Roy De- Meyer, Secretary. TRIANGLE First row: J. Price, C. Weber, H. Preu, D. Glaubitz, A. Bukovich, C. Strasse, K. Maurer, J. V.isillum. R. Mohr. Second row: P. Lee, R. McKeon, R. Krosskopt. |. Ashenbrucker, D. Kanitz, R. Hill. R. Wilson, F. Schaafs, M. Price. I). Dow- ling, F. Stoehr, R. Wilson. Third row: R. Burgy, S. Jeselun, F. Busse, E. Ahonen. L. Bump, H. Preu. C. Fordham, |. Mohr. W. Griskavich. 295 Spending its first year in its new post-war home, Zeta Beta Tau rose to new heights on the Wisconsin campus. Highlight of the year was the presentation by the national fraternity of the trophy for the " chapter showing the greatest improvement in ZBT " . Alpha Kappa also received the Dean of Men ' s trophy awarded to the fraternity having the highest scholastic average. was also noteworthy for its social activities. A gala ruing dinner-dance attended by over 125 couples; a win- al held in the chapter house; a " Day at the Dells " fol- y the spring formal; and, of course, the numerous beer 11 emerged as unsurpassed successes. pter wheels were many such as Warren Randy, elected linal Board; Bob Mandel, a member of Badger Board Iger University Editor; Bernie Goldstein, Badger Sports and I-F Ball finance chairman; Walt Hanna, Union Committee chairman; and Bob Ritter, Homecoming ns chairman. Officers were: Bob Markowitz, President; Bob Zimmern, Vice President; Jack Mandelker, Treasurer; and Walt Hanna, Secretary. ZETA BETA TAU First row: M. Liess, ). Ghazen, G. Crane, H. Fried, B. Rosenberg, S. Roth, B. Steinfeld, B. Mandel. Second row: . Chudacoff, B. Goldstein, L. Reichman, A. Glen, B. Markowitz, W. Hanna, J. Mandelker, J. Perlmutter, B. Ritter. Third row: M. Gilbert, L. Marks, F. Raffel. K. Rosenthal, M. Siskel, D. Herrnstadt, S. Goldberg, M. Conney, M. Goldstein, S. Rubnitz. Fourth row: (i. Orlansky, B. Glen, D. Shaffer, D. Horwitz, D. Brill, D. Bigler, M. Shafton, H. Wolk, B. Zimmern, W. Randy, M. Teller. 296 Nil I! II Presenting the women of Wisconsin at their best. This year emphasis was placed on the so- cial conduct, scholastic pursuits, and the gen- eral all-aroundncss of the Greek ,yirl. Hmm . . . from here it looks good. Life is just one big circus at the Pi Phi house — or so they would have this rushee believe . . . the Alpha Chi ' s are pictured entertaining the Neighborhood House children . . . while at the Kappa Wi skits rehearsal — shades of Sarah Bernhardt . . . there ' s talent here, men! . . . the Gamma Phi open house depicting a scene which is common in many of the sorority houses in the fall ... a look at the less social side of sorority life reveals the Delta Gamma pledges at mental labor in their study hall . . . these are only a few views of Greek women at work and play. ii it i n First row: P. Christy. J. Wilcox, B. Dale, L. Larson, J. Helms. Second row: D. Wittet, P. Hammes, M. Wahls, R. Blake, A. Weiskopf, C. Lang. Third row: M. Mandt, N. Lhormer, E. Collinge, C. Ericson, D. Bernstein, L. Ricker. PANHELLENIC COUNCIL The inter-sorority council is composed of one representative from each social sorority on campus. These representatives make up the Panhellenic board. Meetings are held twice a month, Dean Kayscr serving as the faculty advisor. The general chairman for the 1947-48 Panhel Hall was Joyce Helms, Gamma Phi Heta. The Hall ' s proceeds are distributed as scholarships for University stu- dents, based, by the Panhellenic council, upon academic achievement and need. During the school year, the council carried on an old clothes drive for needy children around the world. Something new but successful for the Panhellenic board was the foreign students correspondence bureau. Connie Lange, Alpha Pin, was the board ' s representative on the inter-fraternity and sorority council. In tins way, Panhel was able to better support such worthy campus projects as Humorology and the WSGA centennial celebration. Officers were: Ruth Blake, President; Mary Wahls, Vice President; Anita Weiskopf, Secretary; and Phyllis Hammes, Treasurer. ' OS The school year 1947-48 began for Alpha Chi with the ad tion of thirty-three new pledges to the chapter. The potential members were proudly presented al an open house on October twenty-fifth. " " Variety was the keynote in the activities of the busy Alpha Chis. Phyl Rasmusson, Mortar Board member. Billed two prefci dcntial positions as Alpha Chi " prexy " and as head of the Women ' s Sell Government Association, which celebrated its fiftieth anniversary this year . . . Patricia Lendved, as co-chair- man of orientation, helped freshmen to adjust to university life . . . Sigma Epsilon Sigma claimed Claire Blackburn as presi- dent . . . Rushing chairman Marjorie Mandt planned the an- nual House Presidents ' tea and was hospitality chairman for Careers Conference . . . Social chairman Dickie Bracger chose the clothes for the WSGA Community Chest fashion show . . . and Crucible member Nina Allen directed the Student Board General Welfare committee. Officers were: Phyllis Rasmusson, President; Patricia Lend vedj Vice President; Mary Hall and Hope Rafeld, Secretaries; and Ellen Woodhouse, Treasurer. ALPHA CHI OMEGA First row: F. DeLormc, M. Grimstad, B. Grota, B. Jackson, B. Verhulst, K. Siberz, J. Weiterman, L. Ellingson, J. Gannon, M. Bartells. Second row: A. Hansen, M. Lamoreaux, C. Bolles, B. Ehmke, E. Freund, C. Blackburn, C. Rogers, E. Brossard, G. Schroc- der, I. Vickery, }. Baer, D. Peterson, L. Rosnow, P. Proulx, C. Griffiths, K. Tegge. Third row: E. Witte, L. Ballam, J. Carey, R. Baker, M. Mandt, P. Lendved, Mrs. L. B. Ewins, J. McLaichie, V. Samp, E. Woodhouse, M. Fullerton, E. Braeger, D. Paul, M. Coon, N. Allen. Fourth row: B. McKee, A. Eastlack, M. J. Lohnnan. J. Hager, M. Walley, A. Pinns, H. Rafeld, J. Knuth, E. Rafeld, B. Pflegcr, M. Hall, V. Norman, ). Bristow, L. Keister, P. Ohm, M. Warrick, P. Frazer, R. Rasmusson. Fifth row: J. Luedke, H. Isenberg, M. Mann, P. Ketllehon, L. Schroeder, L. Martin, S. Woodhouse, B. Jersild, B. Potts, S. Day. |. Adams, H. Schaars, S. Gustin, B. Rege ., S. Ballam, R. Rockcy. 299 First row: F. Fried, ). Kadin, J. Chemerow, S. Frank, J. Fine, R. LeYous, H. Appel, H. Scher, C. Berlaml. cond row: II. Weinstein, B. Gordon, ). Zeldes, A. Weiskopf, L. Israel, B. Myers, M. Asch, Mrs. R. Suckow, R. Goldwasser, V. Ginsberg, P. Averbook, (i. Gilberg, P. Steiner. ' Fhird row: N. Schuster. D, Rothman, A. Segal, J. Goodman, T. Eisen, R. Savat, R. Israly, D. Diamond, J. Baskin, N. Biller, B. Lustfield, S. Kast, N. Lhormer, M. Hexten. Fourth row: ). Merchowsky, B. Grabin, A. Feiges, G. Daitch, D. Biller, R. Rosumoff, B. Ross, L. Mandelker, S. Latwin, G. Rice. M. Everston, M. Sweet, ]. Hynian, R. Wolf. ALPHA EPSILON PHI The campus was well aware of the active A.E.Phis . . . Bar- bara Myers, clean of the chapter, proved her executive capacity again as vice-president of WSGA, while Natalie Roth, long- tirne_bigwig of campus Life, was this year ' s president of Hillel etary of the Civil Liberties organization. Phi gals gath- ir share of laurels in honoraries, also: Jodie Zeldes, sec- Student Hoard, was elected president of Mortar Hoard. rucible claimed Rella Israly, theatre committee chair- I Shirley Kast, one ol the Cardinal tops. Felice Micheals ted to Cardinal Board in the fall elections; Clair Her- resented the Phis on the Badger Stall as activities editor. is hardly a theatrical production without Lari Wilson, ebby, Ruth Modes, Joey Claster, Vivian Ginsburg, or Taustine in the cast or backstage. Orchesis finds Bar- iby, Edie Goomnitz, and Sue Mills " on stage " . Always aware ol and anxious to help solve world problems. A. I.. Phi sponsored th support ol a French war orphan. Officers were: Barbara Meyers, Dean; Maxine Asch, Sub Dean; Edith Goomnitz, Scribe; and Lorraine Israel, Treasurer. 300 With a grand new housemother, Mrs. Ragone, a wonderful group of n ew pledges, and a new addition to the house, the Al- pha (Jams started another promising year. Led hy Marilyn Bowman and Social Chairman Helen [ones an invitational open house, exchange dinners with the PsVU ' s and Theta Delts, a Christmas lormal in the Blue Room of ttfi Park Hotel, and informal parlies at the house highlighted the social season. Activities took the limelight when the Alpha Cams won the? sorority volleyball championship . . . Margaret Pesut served on the senior council, was ticket chairman of Charity Ball am coordinator for the CCC fashion show . . . Naue Norris and Doris Busse were WSGA contacts chairmen and served : nl the WSGA personnel committee . . . Gloria Zepherin was one ©i the Badger Beauty finalists . . . Kay Helgehy served as president of Dolphin . . . Pat Stratton was president of Langdon Ha ' frarul YWCA secretary. Officers were: Marilyn Bowman, President; Catherine Helge- hy, Vice President; Mary Lou Fosshage, Secretary; and Carol Bush, Treasurer. ALPHA GAMMA DELTA First row: |. Nilles, D. Busse, N. Norris, L. McNamara, M. Immel, B. Crane. Second row: ). Brossard, L. Mielke, }. Gee, P. Webb, P. Kohli, J. Cramton, E. Koelsner, S. Filer, H. Nelson, C. Helgeby. Third row: D. Stewart, M. Pesut, M. Maack, B. Tiedeman, B. Ferber, P. Stratton, C. Bayton, |. Bookout, N. Anderson. C. Cragoe, D. Petersen. ). Kilby, C. Turner. Fourth row: R. Ross, M. Neumann, L. Lawson, H. [ones, R. Baumbach, M. Horner, M. Fosshage, A. Wise. Mrs. ]. Ragone, C. Helgeby, L. Olson, A. Freiesleben, G. Zepherin, J. Allen, P. Monnig, C. I hint. Fifth row: |. Balch, J. Gebhardt, B. von Baumbach, J. Brolin, D. Landin, C. Siannard, G. Froelich, I. Strickler, M. Schaub, L. Hahn, P. Martin. A. Haberman, A. Alexander, J. Chapman, E. Johnson. C. Aust, J. Fosshage, J. Monroe. M. Bowman. C. Seeliger. Sixth row: S. Castle, J. Weavers, R. Nelson, B. Ege, A. Dahlke, L. Knapp, P. Weeks, D. Aldworth. J. Dawson, V. Miller. P. Kersten, I. Abe. J. Lichtenwalner, J. Simmons, D. Silverness, P. Plettner. J. Fellows. 301 School closed last spring with the song cup again resting on :)iir mantel beside the Little International inter-sorority trophy which Margie Meanwell won fur us . . . Cupid ran rampant during the summer bringing hack Ginny Collins, Mary Claire Collins, Anne Senger, and Marge Wolfe as " Mrs. " . . . Our wonderful new housemother, Mrs. Link, was about the best thing that happened to us this year . . . October tenth saw our annual Founder ' s Day banquet . . . many alums returned to t lis in our newly redecorated house. Betty Kirk made a lovely Homecoming queen while Beverly Sidie, last year ' s Badger Beauty, brought a h igh price when she auctioned off at Charity Ball . . . Exchange dinners kept calendars filled as did the rushing parties, the Christmas Spring formals, and the open houses. eanne Kerr proved her abilities by membership in Omicron Nu, home economics honorary. Officers were: Patricia Christy, President; Joanne Prehn, Vice President; Rita Collipp, Secretary; and Leona Monson, Treas- urer. ALPHA PHI First row: M. Kirwanek, M. Wirig, C. Fitzgibbon, M. Knox, M. Swan, J. Gregg, B. Dahl, P. Cutler, S. Hanish, M. Lewis. Second row: M. Caroll, D. Schwarzee, J. Stevens, L. Prehn, J. Sweetman, J. Ijoynton, J. Dobeck, M. Wilsey, B. Bendinger, P. Feragan, M. Tletz, J. Davis. Third row: S. Mercer, L. Monson, J. Prehn, V. Awe. Mrs. E. R. Link, R. Collipp, M. Henry, M. Dyer, M. Puchner, N. White- ly, T . Ceely. Fourth row: S. kennard, S. Gage, L. Weitman, D. Knowles, G. Haas, J. Kerr, C. Weber, M. Martineau, A. Spurgeon, J. Bartlett, K. Theige, M. Batiste, P. Pyne, J. Falge, E. Kirk, M. Sturtevant. Fifth row: ). Zimmerman, W. Benkert, M. Quermann, C. Lang, B. Sidie, P. Dienes, P. Christy, J. Johnson. G. Glander, M. 1 1. mimes. R. Kellogg, M. Dixon, M. Murphy, S. Finn, M. Calvi. Editor, scholastic honors, a " duchess " , and varied campus activities spotted the 1947-48 program of Alpha Xi Delta. Joyce- Miller and Betty Harker were chosen associate editors of the Daily Cardinal, ol which Marilyn Shores was a board of direc- tors member. In the journalistic held, also, Dorris Solberg and Lois Dutton were, appointed to the 1°47 Mademoiselle College Board. Scholastic honors went to Joyce Miller, hois Hcironimus, and Joyce and Hetty Harker who were elected to Mortar Board. Dorothy Holden, Hcrfurth Award winner, and Elizabeth Lean were Phi Kappa Phis. Pat von Treba and Sylvia Fudzinski re- ceived freshman recognition. Ann Smedal, Virginia Welke, |e.m Longeneeker, and Florence Rusch were among the gjfts elected to various professional sororities. - Campus activities, including election, Union committees, and dance chairmanships, saw many Alpha Xi Deltas. Our pledges, were in charge of Homecoming decorations for the house, and we showed them off at our open houses and parties. Our " duchess " was Jean Brann, who reigned with Frank Shuler as Duchess and Duke of Dormsylvania. Officers were: Joyce Miller, President; Dorris Solberg, Vice President; Geraldine Krawczak and Virginia Wellce, Secre- taries; and Marie Wenzel, Treasurer. ALPHA XI DELTA First row: M. Healy, L. Hcironimus, J. Paulson, G. Krawczak, M. Shores, J. Borgerding, M. Melster, J. Metcalf, E. Karrys, N. Truog. Second row: P. von Treba, S. Fudzinski, P. Myhre, I). Solberg, B. Zocrb, K. Doepke, E. facobsen, M. Carlson, B. Seltenreich, 1.. [ohnson, B. Grant, M. Rose, C. Woodworth. Third row: M. Heibering, S. Schefelker, T. Kaiser, M. L. Bchrens, S. Kretche, L. Dutton, R. Bechtold, J. Miller, Mrs. J. Winck- Ier, V. Welke, J. Wells, J. Brann, P. Granum, J. Livermore, N. Narum. Fourth row: P. L. Northrup, B. Harner, L. Ogilvie, M. A. Duffy, R. Jones, W. J. Wiley, M. Triller, M. Wenzel, A. Brown, S. Barker, E. Schmidt. A. Mittelstaedt, P. Carlson, L. Borden, J. Reingold, J. Longeneeker, F. Rusch, B. Harker. Filth row: D. Clark, ]. Reder, D. Kingsbury, P. Daganhardt, M. Roick, G. Hunn. F. Ryan, C. Wcstphal, V. Brown, C. Studt. M. Riggs, C. Porter. J. Erickson, I). Hansen, R. Wilson, M. Greenhalgh, B. 1.. Moon . 303 I ' lrsi row: B. Thronson, K. Neesvig, S. Schneider, C. Frederickson, M. Broekett, R. Brench, H. Wegener, S. Thronson, N. LaDuke, B. Brunscll, A. Owens, G. Schneider, K. Reider, L. Frederick. Second row: |. Warner, P. Lanphear, L. Larson, N. Martin, J.Dickerson, A. Kuehnel, Mrs. M. Smith, P. Cunningham. M. Rieder, K. Kannenberg, M. Hadley, J. Patlow, P. Knapp, M. Plant. Third row: N. Hoflland, E. Oesterle, B. Stilp. J. Coote, P. Graf, M. Mason, L. Bolender, R. Hadley, B. Koutnik. D. Day, B. Bruden, S. Wheeler, J. Mustain, C. Larson, L. Hulbert, B. Dimmick. Fourth row: |. McCarthy. P. Harle, P. LaDuke, L. Hoesly, N. Schweitzer, G. Cheli, P. Jacobson, J. Blodgett, N. Parham, P. Messner, D. Kersten, . Gregg, M. Warner, J. Fitzgerald, J. Shervey. CHI OMEGA In September a new housemother, Mrs. W. C. Smith, came to us ... a Chi O herself, we are proud to have her with us. In the fall, a busy rushing program monopolized our attention, but justly so for we acquired nineteen new pledges. Chi Omega captured third place in the sorority division in the Homecom- ing decorations contest. Lois Larson sacrificed her Iowa jacket for the cause. Following the big November eighth game, we met with our friends and welcomed back alums at the chapter house anil j chatted over doughnuts and coffee. And in activities . . . Clarice Bergen was on the Union directorate, Union council, chairman of dance committee, and music chairman for the Charity Ball. Marilyn Rieder also worked on the Union directorate, was the workshop chairman, and in charge of decorations tor Home- coming Ball. Sue Wheeler was co-chairman of At Ease, and S Bb 1 Waters social chairman. Joanne Warner was on Student ' Board. Candy was passed frequently at dinner by many lucky girls including Phyllis Jacobson. Hctiv Quillen, Jean Diekcrson, anil Natalie Parham. Officers were: Anne Kuehnel, President; Joanne Warner, Vice President; Pat Cunningham, Secretary; . n . |eanettc Mus tain. Treasurer. 304 The Tri-Dclts at 120 Langdon were kept more tlian busy this year carrying on the old traditions of Mu Chapter and adding sonic new twists of their own. Tri-Delt memories of the past year will include: Prexy Ma- riam Alexanian rinding time to act in Wisconsin Players as well as guide DDI) activities . . . Caryl Ericson as music chair- man for Panhel Hall . . . Pat Paschen, rushing chairman, proud of the pledge class . . . Ruddigore and other Union musical pro- ductions with Pliyl Frudden ' s voice in the chorus . . . Pat Soell- ner acting as chairman of Campacabana and Christmas festiva . . . Jet Horn elected to Omicron Nu . . . and Lucy Clemans, president of Zeta Phi Eta. This year was the second for the Tri-Dclts as Wiskits finalists.,, Christmas and Spring formals were among the main socia events of the year. The traditional Pansy Breakfast was held to honor the engaged senior girls. Officers were: Mariana Alexanian, President; Donna Bur- gunde, Vice President; Marian Gregory, Secretary, and Kath- erine Poetsch, Treasurer. DELTA DELTA DELTA First row: M. J. Turley. P. Lyga, I. Lillie, P. Snell, J. Craig, M. Alexanian, M. Dawson, K. Geiger, H. Kollin. Second row: H. Nelson, D. Thue, M. McPherson, J. Davis, M. Tomczak, D. Bergunde, 1. Horn, J. Wimmer, C. Poetsch, P. Paschen, B. Miesbaurer, C. Ericson. Third row: P. Kendall, L. Clemans, L. Althaus, C. Johnson, M. Tribelhorn, J. Nichols. Mrs. A. |. Dysland (Housemother), M. Dowling, P. Frudden, J. Rowen, B. Lami, C. Quayle, M. Gregory, P. Soellner. Fourth row: M. Krug, J. Kruse, E. Riley, M. Hauck, M. Koch, H. McKerrow, I). McKec, 1. Drekmeier, E. Albright. L. Lauridsen, M. Dean, S. Severance, M. Jolliffe, J. McGinnis, R. Hines, M. Hill. Fifth row: S. Cornish, E. Herchmer, P. Keskey, D. Davis, G. Jensen, M. Moses. E. Flygt, K. Chilson, 15. Zahl, M. Davey, M. Murkland. P. Albrecht, J. Bach, N. Vivian, J. Wegner, B. Burrell, M. Melgard, A. Bateman. 305 " End of Ioway 11 " Finally won in ' 47. We DCs were surprised, but delighted, to receive the win- ning cup for a repeat appearance of our last year ' s homecoming decorations with the slogan " Come on Badgers — Let ' s both try again. " Heading our activities group was Mary Jane Draper, secre- tary of WAA. She was also active in Dolphins and P.E. club. Anne Blakely was secretary of the Poultry club and a member of Saddle anil Sirloin. Nancy Pierick worked as social editor of the Badger. Anne Scone was active in the International club, and Anne Bennett served as treasurer of Theta Sigma Phi, pro- fessional journalism sorority, and was the publicity chairman of the professional Panhel council. Betty Crownhart and Nancy Marshall were elected to Sigma Epsilon Sigma, freshman honorary society, and pledge Rosalind Vollrath was the cover girl for the October issue of Country Magazine. Socially speaking, the ' 47- ' 48 school year was a smashing suc- cess for we Delta Gammas. We enjoyed, among other things, exchange dinners, post - football game get - togethers, and our winter and spring formal dances. Officers were: Judith Clark, President; Shirley Manzer, Vice President; Mary Jane Draper and Anne Scone, Secretaries, and Nan Weston, Treasurer. DELTA GAMMA First row: M. Gates, S. Donahue, J. Ellis, S. Weston, N. Marshall, C. Kroeger, R. Vollrath, J. Doherty, N. Haley, E. Garrett, M. fardine. Second row: S. Conlin, S. Manzer, S. Mead, E. Curry, A. Blakely, A. Bennett, Mrs. J. D. DeWitt (Housemother), J. Clark, N. Michael. B. Meyer, L. Vollrath, A. Schaffner, J. Connor, S. Spengler, A. Scone. Third row: J. Henke, ]. Donohue, M. McCord, R. NelT, N. Weston, A. Haley, G. Tiernan, M. Turner, J. Goldgruber, N. Norton, li. Bills, R. Reilly. D. Durbrow, S. Heuer, M. Ruka, B. Van Berckel. Fourth row: G. Whale, S. Visser, N. Airing, V. Campbell, F. Billings, S. Cassell, L. Cooksey, K. Mcintosh, N. Pierick, S. Gary, E. Crownhart, M. Schmidt, M. Draper, E. Kasten, P. Pierick, E. Connor, P. Wharton. First row: C. McCabe, V. Meisner, E. Lubbers, G. Weigold, A. Amoth. |. Wilson, E. Treder. C. Perthel, M. Olejniczak, B. Witt. R. Nichols, S. Chaiclin, I. Wilcox. J. Halter. Second row: S. Onstad, S. Onstad, P. Tourangeau, E. Enge, H. Curtis, K. McCabe. Mrs. Belcher (Housemother). 1.. Switzer, M. Emig, I). Phalen, P. Freihammer, B. Bluhm. Third row: S. Conlin, L. Goodhand, J. Smith, B. Forrest, P. Nichols, C. Wingert, P. Ewen. J. Starz, C. Cartier, M. Meyer, M. Miner, J. Voelzke, M. Kruel, I. Ley, H. Reiter, J. Schowalter, B. Barr. Fourth row: W. Madsen. M. Miller, G. Kuehn, C. Peterson, V. Nelson, B. Hansche, P. Kenzel, C. Marsch. H. Hellwig, B. Henden, K. Bryngelson, N. Lane, C. Traulsen, K. Burns, E. Pfeffer, M. Martin. DELTA ZETA Open houses, exchange dinners, informal parties, a Christ- mas and a Spring formal, Dad ' s Day dinner, and a Founder ' s Day tea were among some of the social activities the DZ ' s held this past year. Delta Zeta was well represented in campus activities again this year. Under the able direction of Jo Schowalter, we were awarded third place in Wiskits for our " Tantalization " . The intramural volleyball team captured second place. Serving on Union committees were Carrie Traulsen, Sunny Phalen, Audre Amoth, Betty Forrest, Harriet Hellwig, Bernyce Sowicky, Joyce Ley, Pat Ewen, Mary Emig, Pat Freihammer, Sue Chaiclin, Joan Halter, Marion Olejniczak, Char Perthel, and Betty Hansche. Marilyn Meyer was elected secretary of WAA, and Beverly Witt was chosen to be vice president of Phi Beta. But with all of the extra-curricular activities, the Delta Zetas found time for romance. There were numerous pinnings, six engagements, and nine weddings. Officers were: Lucille Switzer, President; D, J. BishorT, Vice- President; Caryl Enge and Bernyce Sowicky, Secretaries; and Harriet Curtis, Treasurer. 307 Starting the season off with a bang, the Gamma Phis found their numbers increased by twenty-three pledges, a new house- mother, and cook. With a start like this, no wonder Gamma Phi enthusiasm rode high all year. Under the able gavel - wielding of Dottie Proudfoot, also prominent in WSGA affairs, Gamma Phi ' s wide range of cam- pus activities included Meg Rothcrmcl as Sophomore Woman on Badger Board anil President of Crucible — as well as being chosen sweetheart of Sigma Chi. Joyce Helms was chairman of Panhellenic Ball; Jane Boutwell, assistant editor of Octopus; Mane Hefferan, versatile WHA player; Connie Crosby, promi- nent member of Wisconsin Players; and models Patti Neilson and Mary Lou Schneider, and committee chairman Jean Kerth in the fall WSGA style show. Everyone knows the musical ability of Anndre Schlimgen, but that isn ' t the only thing of " note " . She was awarded the Peter Young Home Economics scholarship this year. Under the direction of social chairman Marlyn Grube, suc- cessful open houses, formals, and exchange dinners dotted the Gamma Phi social calendar. Officers were: Dottie Proudfoot, President; Marlyn Grube, Vice President; Anndre Schlimgen, Secretary; and Lee Bald- win, Treasurer. GAMMA PHI BETA First row: P. Hammond, J. Boutwell, J. Helms, A. Spencer, A.Schmid, J. Kerth, P. Finke, J. Kaiser, B. Hammond, J. Tormey, L. Euler, B. Tormey. Second row: N. Wilterding. M. Schneider, M. Figi, V. Law, H. Meanwell, E. Hulce, L. Siberz, P. Clark, N. Succop, P. Niel- sen. D. Berns, B. Pollock, J. Helmes, C. Geniesse, J. Kenney, C. Crosby, B. Einhorn. Third row: L. Gernhardt, M. Miller, E. Joys, M. Splitgerber, K. Kraus, B. Scheven, P. Simonsen, S. Delzell. M. Grube, D. Proudfoot, Mrs. P. L. Leibrand (Housemother), J. Richay, S. Nevine, C. Hammond, I. Peterson, C. Kloo, M. Kalvelage, M. Ortmayer, J. Abel. Fourth row: B. John, M. Rothermel, P. Kraft, C. Ritchie, R. King, M. Bremmer, E. Polzin, E. Ryan, J. Ruminer, J. Goslin, P. Barth, P. Ewell, L. Baldwin, |. IVterson, A. Jones, B. Barth, M. Hoffman, T. Lavin, J. Meyer, M. Kuether, N. Nelson. Fifth row: A. Schlimgen, M. Josephson, M. Finch, M. Ludden, S. Howell, R. Ludden, M. Burke, M. Harker, K. Machell, S. Kivlin, S. Budzien, M. Sweeney, M. Peterson, E. HurfT, D. Moore, S. Manning, W. McRae, P. Rust, G-A Donald. ftflAfl naaAAA AJBft First row: K. Meyer, N. Roberts, M. Brenk, D. Krueger, C. Miller, P. Pauschert. I). Wilson, C. Langjahr, R. Lindner, N. Herrmann. Second row: J. Leaf, A. Birmingham, I). Dodge, N. Bergstrum, M. Baer, |. Eakins, ]. Colman, |. Henderson, J. Conner, B. Spery. V. Mackey, V. Aikens, L. Taylor. Third row: P. Connley, V. Kemp, N. O ' Meara, B. Dale, P. Powell, J. Greer, B. Gill, Mrs. Winnie (Housemother), S. Thias, S. O ' Rourke, M. Gardner, M. Stabo, |. Nethercut, J. Grim. Fourth row: J. Cisco. S. Luhmann, M. McCrory, B. Janney, B. Roberts, M. Clapp, M. McElroy, C. Bolinger, M. Ziemann, M. Wagner. L. Hildebrandt, J. Hildebrandt, M. Bruce, M. Leight, H. Carren, R. Zach, F. Lockhart, R. Brown, D. Lappley. Fifth row: |. Hazen, C. Winterson, K. Walker, M. Solbraa, B. Butler, M. Hanson, M. Whyte. M. Madden, J. Pieri, V. Free- man. E. Herreid, R. Randle, M. Ries, V. Link, J. Toepfer, B. Simonsen, L. Lewis, M. Eakins. KAPPA ALPHA THETA The Thctas ' enthusiasm upon returning in the fall was as re- freshing as their newly painted white house. Scholastic stand- ards were set high by three Phi Beta Kappas, Betty Hahne, Audrey Langjahr, and Carol Sievers. Ginny Link, Barb Simon- sen, Mary Bruce, and Barbara Roberts were initiated into Sigma Epsilon Sigma. Rushing, headed by Margie Kay Baer, brought 26 outstand- ing pledges into the Theta ranks. Our social season began with an open house, followed by many exchange dinners. Our new gold cup rewarded our ef- forts for homecoming decorations. December brought our Christmas formal, caroling, and the annual Christmas party with the Psi U ' s for underprivileged children. In the outside activity department . . . Marilyn McCrory was secretary of the Activities Bureau in the Union, and also Open and Closed State Tennis Champion. Cynthia Bolinger was Ice Cabaret Chairman for Winter Carnival. The year ended with 14 girls graduating. Innumerable pin- nings and engagements, along with the memories of parties and classes, football and basketball games, and times spent with good friends, completed a full and wonderful year. Officers were: Barbara Gill, President; Sally O ' Rourke, Vice President; Josephine Colman, Secretary; and Jane Greer, Treasurer. 309 KD ' s celebrated their Golden Anniversary October 25, by giving a Founder ' s Day tea. Formal rushing ended with the pledging of 16 girls. Everyone enjoyed the exchange dinners, the open houses. Dad ' s Day luncheon, and the Christmas parties. Jo Bomgardner was president of the National College Play- ers, Dorothy Kayser was co-chairman of Campus Community Chest, president of Coranto, and a member of Mortar Board. unice Josephson was president of YWCA, and Mary Wahls eld chairmanships for Homecoming and Panhcl Ball. Liz dams served as Careers Conference chairman and Crucible easurer. Maggie Haas had a CCC chairmanship. On the ath- etic side, Joan Chalmers represented us as a Dolphin Club hairman. Publications saw Eleanor Bottjer of the Octopus tarT, and Mary Wahls and Janet Winterhalter on the Badger. KD presidents have some inner secret. Virginia Ruetenik was the third consecutive president married while in office. They are all vying for the position next year. Tau chapter of Kappa Delta looks to 1948 as a bigger and bet- ter banner year. Officers were: Virginia Ruetenik, President; Mary Wahls, Vice President; Marjorie Otto, Secretary; and Liz Adams, Treasurer. KAPPA DELTA First row: R . O ' Brien, M. O ' Brien, B. Tomen, L. Etteldorf, I. Chiappctta, E. Josephson, M. Schultz, J. Borton, J. Sader, R. Jones, R. Heronemus. Second row: E. Rasmussen, D. Biddick, I. Hill, J. Chalmers, J. Winterhalter, E. Adams, V. Ruetenik, Mrs. E. E. Parker (Housemother), M. Wahls, M. Otto, N. Cowper, J. Woelfer, C. Robinson, E. Collinge, E. Bottjer. Third row: A. Bassmann, D. Erickson, K. Straus, E. Peterson, M. Zintek, J. Leverenz, N. Eiring, M. Harney, M. Chase. M. Van Giesen, C. Walgenbach, H. Mayer-Berns, H. Peck, M. Grippin, B. Demien, S. Fedderson, B. Felch. Fourth row: D. Brockman, S. Hornburg, D. Mattingly, A. Elkington, M. Aylward, R. Gates, M. Sokoloski, B. Woll, D. Kayser, ). fuliadan, E. Stabnow, M. Haas, J. Weber, M. Anderson, M. Puerner, J. Peterson, P. Bailey, J. Otten. Fifth row: E. Cyr, E. Nielsen, B. Kozelka, B. Bauman, B. Lampert, M. Schmitt, M. Melohn, C. Ounderson, J. Bomgardner. I). Wll. 310 First row: M. Masley, II. Snow. B. Hughes, B. Murray, B. Bogie, E. McWilliams, P. Cross. J. Stephens, J. Bieler, K. Schwalbe, E. Rice, L. Lindquist, R. Baldwin, W. Weix, O. Schwendener. Second row: H. Bissell, R. Nelson, |. K..1I1. E. Hein. D. Whittet S. Ladky, S. Zimmerman, Mrs. C. Fry (Housemother), L. Hughes, D. Bettcher, J. Hickok, F. Evans, J. Cartwright, P. Vollrath, M. Weller, M. Hohson. Third row: N. Hanschman, N. Moths, V. Rowlands, A. Ryerson, M. Wheeler, R. Schneiders, J. Middleton. M. I ' indorff, J. Chadbourne, B. Talley, S. Gregory, L. H ' Doubler. A. Middleton, J. Weiss, M. Bainhridge, M. Weix. Fourth row: P. Heal, N. Smith, M. Nesbit, D. Sherman, J. Alexander, C. Wolf, B. Burt, M. Craig, M. Maurer. |. Corrao, |. McClung, A. Bergh, H. Harding, C. Brinsbane, B. Pfeifer, R. Detienne, M. Aschenbrener. KAPPA KAPPA GAMMA With twenty-six new pledges to their credit at the end of a successful rushing season, Dottie Bettcher taking the role of rushing chairman, the Kappas kept right on rolling and were awarded first place in the annual Wiskit contest for their skit, " Smoke Dreams " . Taking part in many student activities was Nancy Hansch- man, who acted as Homecoming Buttons Co-Chairman, while Marv Schneiders beaded the Union Gallery committee. Liz Rice worked on Student Board, Ruth Nelson on WSGA, and Dottie Whittet did her bit on Humorology and WAA. Several other organizations and honoranes counted Kappas as their members, including Ellen Hein in Phi Chi, Coranto for Libby Hughes, Laura Lindquist, and Pat Vollrath. The Kappa Christmas formal was held at the house on De- cember sixth, the same night that Midgie Weller reigned su- preme as queen of the Harcsfoot Follies. Santa Claus presided at the annual Christmas party for orphaned children. Everyone had a wonderful time at the open houses, fraternity exchange dinners, picnics, the Spring formal, Mother ' s Weekend, and all of the other social functions of our busy year. Officers were: Sue Zimmerman, President; Ellen Hein, Vice President; Madeline Trebilcock, Secretary; and Laura Lind- quist, Treasurer. v, i t-ar-r 311 Pat Reinheimer, president of Phi Sig and a member of the Trends committee; Anne Buckstcin, member of the Social Work club, and Lee Breakstone, all Psi Chis, are just a few of the girls who helped us to win highest scholastic honors for all of the sororities on campus. Even though the grade point was high, campus activities were not neglected. Nine girls started the year of? right working on Freshman Orientation Week. The Union committees also claimed a fair share including Ellen Raskin on the Gallery com- mittee, Shirley Diamond on the Coffee Hour, and Eleanor Pol- lay on Commons committee. On the lighter side, Niki Schefrin participated in Skyrockets and the Campa variety show. Elaine Seiff was chairman of the Sunday Night Sings, and Arleen Segall was active on the 770 committee. For the third consecutive time we made Wiskits finals with " Something or Nothing, " a take-off on a radio quiz show. Marcy Rosen played the quiz-master. Officers were: Patricia Reinheimer, Archon; Marcia Rosen, Vice Archon; Arleen Segal, Bursar; and Eleanor Pollay, Tribune. PHI SIGMA SIGMA First row: S. Diamond, S. Apple, E. Seiff, E. Pollay, G. Waxman, A. Lazarus, B. Bender. Second row: H. Wirpel. E. Raskin, M. Rosen, P. Reinheimer, A. Buckstein, A. Segall, N. Shefrin, P. Gorenstein. Third row: R. Belansky, L. Raskin, D. Merling, L. Breakstone, J. Mahler, S. Honigteld, L. Smith, P. Craig, D. Bernstein, J. Rapoport. 312 First row: R. Wilkins, C. Johnson, N. Lindblom, C. Mahan, B. Hanson. P. Knuteson, J. Ramsey, P. Shillings, H. Michels, |. StourTer, N. Graves, L. Rogers. Second row: F. Borgerding, ). Dunne, P. Saris, M. Lichtfeldt, N. Philipp, B. Larson. N. Krueger, L. Dyreby, P. Hinkes, E. Loughin, J. Levis. Third row: R. Nolte, B. Jansen, M. Harker, P. Johnson, P. Frazier, J. Wolf, M. Trotter, J. Meigs, Mrs. Sin mother), ). Kresge, B. Shockley, J. Bittrick, P. Means, M. Shockley, J. Sabin. Fourth row: D. Zimmerman, M. Frazier, R. Laudert, N. Sippy, S. Nolte, N. Niederer. P. Yerly, V. Hetlan kamp, J. Bours, N. Brenk, L. Boldt, M. Trump, N. Edwards, M. Bogumill, J. Williams. P. Hunt, J. Sherer. Fifth row: |. Russell, N. Wackman, ). Schuman, C. Fitzpatrick, L. Schwietering, M. Kirby, L. Ricker, J. Hurst, | M. Neprud, B. Below, D. Woodward, M. Lacey, J. Heller, G. Levis, M. Reetz, B. Wackman, M. Grey, R. Ro . B. Jaastad, S. Stenjem, ith i 1 louse d, .. IkUS . Tiel ' entalu. berts. PI BETA PHI The Wisconsin Alpha chapter began the year with an open house for our new pledges, and we liked it so well that we had one after each football game. Our fathers took over the third floor in the house for one weekend and entertained us. We had exchange dinners with the Betas, Theta Delts, and D.U. ' s, and the Kappa Sigs gave a party for our pledges. Our formal and carolling with the Sigma Chis highlighted the Christmas season. Jane Kresge ably presided over our chapter meetings and still found time to be eligible for Mortar Board along with Maxine Trotter and Carrie Mahan. Pat Johnson was chosen for Cru- cible, and also was society editor for the Cardinal. Jackie Dunne, Nan Philipp, and Margie Neprud contributed to Student Board meetings, ami Nan was also Arrangements Chairman for the Prom. We were represented on Cardinal Board by Dottie Zimmerman, and Lynn Ricker headed the decorations committee for the Panhel formal. Officers were: Jane Kresge, President; Maxine Trotter, Vice- President; Jean Wolf, Secretary; and Phyllis Frazier, Treasurer. 313 The Sigma Kappas came back to begin an active fun-packed year. November 15 found the sorority competing in the finals of Wiskits and, throughout the year, informal house parties, weekly coffee hours, the annual faculty Christmas sing, and the Christmas Formal added gaiety to the group. Activities were led by prexy Vera Erling, who was chairman of the Coffee Hour at the Union; Bobbie Clark, the treasurer of WAA, P.E. Club board, and a Dolphin member; Shirley Dahlke, president of Sigma Lambda; Ruth Blake, president of Panhellenic Council and a member of Kappa Epsilon; Rose Mancuso, also a member of Kappa Epsilon; Blanche Wiggins, Union Workshop committee; Jo Kelly, Games committee; and Arlen Runzler, Gallery committee. We Sigma Kappas of Psi spent a hilarious weekend as guests of the Alpha Eta chapter when we traveled to see the Minne- sota football game. We are all looking forward to the coming school year, hoping it will be as great as the past one has proved. Officers were: Vera Erling, President; Leslie Hilton, Vice President; Ev Frandsen, Secretary; and Jane Twist, Treasurer. SIGMA KAPPA First row: E. Frandsen, C. Botham, fan Kortibicn, J. Kelly, M. Zeasman, N. Konnack, J. Richter. Second row: L. Stirmel, L. Hilton, S. Dahlke, V. Erling, Mrs. E. Schmidt (Housemother), R. Mancuso, R. Blake, M. Bryant, B. Dansin. Third row: M. Nicla, D. Woelfl, J. Twist, B. Wiggins, R. Noland, E. Rauchschwalbe, C. Hoelz, F. Mathison, F. Dobran- ski, A. Runzler, A. Lewis, M. Fishman. Fourth row: N. Keating, M. Falk, N. Bremer, J. Schellin, B. Clarke, A. Rouse, M. Mortimer, T. Allin, G. Rosolack, E. Mews, M. Fuller. 314 First row: B. Erickson, P. Hanimes, G. Falcone, B. Kersten, B. Brewer, P. Timmerick, M. Perrenond. Second row: E. Kerr, R. Huhn, M. Brobst, M. Brown, R. Carr, f. Thiex, E. Dubs, M. Brown. Third row: B. Coughlin, E. Drunasky, M. Maney, E. Bevers, L. Cabelek, M. Meyer, R. Meisekothen, R. Schiferl, J. Trulson, K.. Des Jarlais, P. Christie. THETA PHI ALPHA A glance at the Theta Phi Alpha calendar reveals that " ac- tive " is what Nu chapter really has been. Mary Ellen Brown, after serving as WSGA summer presi- dent, chairman of the summer Fashion Show, and summer orientation chairman, continued to participate in campus activi- ties. She was a worker en the fall orientation program along with Bee Kerr, Ike Dubs, Rita Huhn, Kitty Carr, and Mary Jane Bevers as co-workers. Mary Ellen also served as secretary of the WSGA fashion show. Speaking of fashion shows, Mary Lou Meyer, after experience as chairman of last year ' s Home Ec show, was the general consultant for this year ' s. Peg Brobst and Pat Timmerick worked on the At Ease reception commit- tee, under chairman Jeanne Trulson. Phyl Hammes, as treas- urer, kept Panhel finances straight. Formal rushing, including the traditinn.il Thcta Phi Alpha White Rose dinner, was followed by informal functions dur- ing the year, under the able supervision of Rose Kerr. Social activities included open houses, butfet suppers and oth- er informal get-togethers, a hayride party, our customary Saint Pat ' s celebration, and our December and May formals. Officers were: Mary Ellen Brown, President ; Peg Brobst, Vice President; Rita Carr, Secretary; and Eileen Dubs, Treasurer. 315 MEN ' S The university ' s " Campus City " sprawls along the Willows Road just below the Ag cam- pus. The community began in 1926 and 1927 with the erection of Tripp and Adams halls and grew with the addition of the Kronshage units in the late 30 ' s. It grew again when " suburban " Stadium houses were annexed. This year the Men ' s Residence halls added one of the finest halls yet built, Slichter, to bring the population up to the new record of 1,800 men. Men ' s Residence halls and the Men ' s Halls association combined can easily be called a city, for within its set-up it has an elected governing board, political committee s, a store, barber shop, a library, a radio station, recreation centers, laundries, post offices, a restaurant, sports leagues, anil a weekly newspaper. 316 RESIDENCE HALLS Warblers and muscle-men have their day, too. A gymnasium for barbell and gymnastics enthusiasts is operated with the latest in muscle building equipment. The Men ' s Halls chorus is recognized as one of the best on campus. Their repertoire has been aired over radio station WHA a number of times during the past year and at a number of social functions. Residents find plenty of outlets for pent-up emotions by participating in social functions and sports sponsored by the Men ' s Halls association. The association presents four dances a year, climaxing the social season in spring with the annual " Dormsylvania. " Athletes run the gauntlet from fall football through spring baseball. During the summer last year, crew was added to the sports activities. With its diversity, the Men ' s Residence halls and the Men ' s Halls association combined furnishes the campus with a complete community. Placid Men ' s Residence halls rest snugly against Observatory Hill. The halls are shown in their winter and summer garb as they looked to the 1,800 residents who live in them. MEN ' S HALLS CABINET First row: R. Kaatrude, W. Mickelson, 1. Ada- shek, P. Bloland (president), D. Bowe, H Angle, B. Cherkasky. Second rem: L. Olson, A. Roecker, L. Zu- chowski, J. Onowko, K. Sp.trr. Third row: H. Russell, (I. Creedle, T. Yclle, K. Kielish, F. Newcomb, L. Koppana, R. Berentsen, K. Gilbert. Not pictured: R. Schwarting, R. Witte, I). Sul- livan (advisor). The cabinet is the executive body of the Men ' s Halls association, and under this controlling body are twenty-six committees and clubs. Properly elected, these twenty-six cabinet members admin- ister the affairs of the eighteen hundred residents of the men ' s halls. The faculty administration of the men ' s halls is provided by the House Fellows shown below. Unique is a system of group living, the House Fellows stimulate and promote a broader educa- tion along social and cultural lines. Each House Fellow, in addition to performing his intra-house duties, also advises one of the Cabinet committees. HOUSE FELLOWS 1 irsl row: K. Bittner, W. Kuhns, C, Runge, M. Davy, G. Heller, R. Landry, R. Witt, I.. Dudley, . Dammen, Vsst. Director S l blenbeck, Head Fellow A. Smith. Second row: |. Zilber, M. Spooner, P. Zie- mer, A. Bayless, I. Goodman, ! . Brer tier. 1. Nestinften, v. Svoboda, R. Al- berts, ;. Newell Third row: 1. Horn. D. Willink, I. NK Comb, R. Lathrop, I Woodworth, |. 1 oughlin, ■ Cloos, D. Si aholm, R. Sul In. in. |. ( " ill. J18 TRIPP HIM, Athletically, Bashford turned out to In a sometimes thing. At one me, the men believed thai they had the Dorm football championship ached, but after the initial game, began eyeing the basketball title in- ead. The inferior beer served at the Union cost Bashford the bowling hampionship. The Rotkin Bulldogs held what they like to think of as the best social -ifijnction of the year at their December Christmas Party for under- privileged children held in the stadium rec room. It was the first time- that the Men ' s Residence Halls had ever sponsored such a party. We hope it becomes a custom. BASHFORD First row: W. Klunick. J. Fagler, I. Kaunv heixner, J. Brown, |. Olsen, E. Horn, G. Miller, A. Lindc, C. Henney, G. Bergmeis- tcr, D. Green. Second row: R. Horn, H. Joy. G. Schumann, A. Lutze, R. Brewster, V. Schmitz, 1 Przyczyna, H. Auerswald, M. Manning-. Third row: J. Hcnnev, 1- ' . I ' orter, K. IVrn-nd, f. Yerges, H. Angle, I. Steuerwald, R. Zig munt, J. Wendt, I). Brasure. Fourth row- D. Collins, E. Arnold. F. IVtrach. R. Lamont, A. Porath, t. Erickson, I). Olig, f. Franklin, W. Kane. B0TR1N Firsl row: E. Klotzbuechcr, G. O ' Brien. P. Davis, R. Eilenberger, W. Gumm, C. Runge, I). Dake, D. Stoller, ;. Crcedlc, E. Woeh ler. E. Zauner. Second row: M Garfinkle, (i. Horn, P. Holt, I.. Mielke, I. I ichc, R. Johnson, R. Sell, R Griesemer, I. Cristy. Third row: I. Thomas, II. Tuchman, E. Thorp, ( ' ,. Krueger, M. Peters, R. Riemer. T. Guenther, 1 Colquhoun, R. Wiberg, C M.iprs. Fourth r,. : I). Krur. I.. UfTenbeck, S. Gii : I.. Cerny, ' . Munson, E. Plog, A. Hansen. I. Fung, R. Moen. A. Paul. 319 FALLOWS First r . : J. Sullwcll. P, Ncwcomb, V. Clauer, A. Smith, H. Russell, D. [verson, R. Allen, B. DuPont, Second row: C. Ames, K. Anderson, R. True blood, K. Harthun, H. Robbins, ). Martin, N. DuPont, R. Humphrey, H. Reimann, Third row: R. Mandel, F. Cook. D. Mueller, R. Haase, D. Petersen. 1 " . Hibbard, W. Rin- gert, R. Trace. Fourth row: H. Harries, B. F.irson, R. Martini, P. Lyon, I. Turgeson, H Haessler, IF A] Ian. G. Mehring. Having smashed the all-time University record with a house average of 1.945, the Fallows " brains " settled down to the proper mixture of work and play. Culminating a series of successful house par- ties was the dynamic party thrown for Housefel- low Alvie sSmith, followed by an enthusiastic re- ception for his successor, Dan Frediani. Bob Haase led his Fallows pin-topplers to the championship of Tripp bowling league, an event which saw the breakdown of class barriers when the fourth floor clique condescended to mingle with the remainder of the house. It was a valuable year of learning and good fun. The athletic prowess of Frankenburger took a new turn during the past year. The football team led by Bert Zartncr placed second in Tripp Hall league. The hop-scotchers again trimmed the Eliz- abeth Waters lovelies from Unit IV. The basket- ball team captained by Jules Dapin is just begin- ning what promises to be a successful season. Bowling under Gordon Barrington has been ex- cellent to date. All athletics are conducted by Bill Marcouillcr, athletic chairman. Phil Stalheim, house candidate for Haresfoot Beauty Queen, is one of this year ' s finalists. As a male he is the ladies ' choice, b ut as a female he is something more than terrific. FRANKENBURGER First r.As: IF Dcncmark, F Dapin, F. Rt.sm Hi ' , icb, V Nack, K. Palmer, A. ■ it , R V. Second ro« I Stracka, G, Nolan, W. Mar- R i onrard; , G Ni wi II 1 1 1 i Mi 1 1 alo, (. K ' .c mi ' i. K. ..in ner, 1 v1him.Ii Third row . B Hillier, K. Murphy, M. Bach hubcr, W Solbi rg, B Zartncr, K. Head, W. Ondrasck, |. Glascr, I. 1 row : l Hii.hu. R ■■ rbig, I Mueller, (. Barrington, K. Robinson, P. Barnard, R. Hand, K Schlintz, R. Spuh lift), ,,,... r Rob. ' i ' a i.. i " . 1 1 ' (land P I rol Icr, T. Siland, 1 . Kim . |. Zuik. . , V. Shuman, R. Winner. 320 GREGORY First row: I.. Paradowski, R. Montcmayor, M. Bernstein, C. Hervey, R. Berentsen, ). Zilber, (.; Stefonik, R. Baumgart, M. Schwid. Second row: (.;. Montcmayor, I.. Risse, (1. Radtke, P. Brachman, F. Gerschke, II Fi! linger, R. Kaige, L. Cyr. Third row: a. Meyer, E. lunkcr. |. Hagen, K. Schulz, F.. Pinigis, K. Kurowski, R. Det- hart. I). Polacheck. Fourth row: K. Karlson, H. Martin. R. Kolf, F.. Garbcr, P. Drolsom, T. Morris, D. Done lav. From the beginning of the semester, Gregory House showed plenty of spirit. Within the first few weeks, elections had been held and three social events run off. The first event was a stag beer party and served as the needed chance for all men of the house to get acquainted. After this " warm-up " affair, an exchange dinner with Unit V of Elizabeth Waters, and a hay ride followed in quick succession. This team " spirit " showed itself during the ath- letic season as the house football team took first place in the Tripp Hall league. How exquisitely the artist portrayed the charac- ters of the High House group. We see the gay sophistication of Romier, the wild, pleasure-seek- ing eyes of Ruth and the aesthetic, scholarly coun- tenance of Calvy. One cannot help noticing the smug, twisted grin of Cloos. His clenched fists symbolize the despotic power of the house fellow, and his position, a little left of center, is remi- niscent of " third floor Sterling " indoctrination. One notes the beady-eyed eagerness of Ebenreiter, the calm reserve of Bundgaard, the tired, responsi- bility-burdened eyes of Kressin, president and mediator. A consummate work! HIGH First row: R. Anderson, R. Liesh, W. Mueller, D. Kramer, (i. Cloos, D. Wolff, M. Ten I l.ik. n. J. Finli . R. Stevens, L. Calvy, I.. Bund- Heilman, l . Ruth, (■• Botiier, I Si IiuI i . T. (amieson, G. Ma Second row LM.inl. R II. King, I me. Tlnril row: F. Graham, R. Brown. I.. Abler, V Wolfram, T. Ebenreiter, (.. Helton, K Kressin, D. Ladrow, T. Bidwcll, C. McCall. 321 SPOONER First row: B. Dopkins, H. Bastianelli, C. Kul lath, I). Rine, M. Spooner, (i. Lyons, I Leutgoeb, H. Drumm, E. Arents. ffld row: li. Fontaine, B. Ronk, I). Thorn II. Wyszynski, D. Schmitt, I). Haylett, P Hayden, H. Harder, R. Nolle, M Winter Third row: A. Rumrt. B. Peterson, J. Klem mer, CJ. Tnm, A. I u c. K. Schill, B. Bar rington, K. [ones, ( ' . Kucirek, G. Wendorf Fourth row: A. Schadde, M. Sikir. F. Win P. Klemmer, |. Bender, R. Payne, T. Leicht N. Bradley, T. Mcjoynt, G. Olsen, H. Oel hof. Starting out after the war with all new fellows, Spooner House last became known as the house to beat in all athletic events. This school year has been no exception as the house football and basketball teams both ended the season with for- midable records. Don Rine, senior commerce student from Nee- nah, served ably as President, whereas Ed Arents and Kcrmit Jones did a commendable job as Social Chairmen. Undoubtedly the most notable resident of Spooner House is Dick Vesey who had the great honor of having a feature article in one of the latest TIME magazines. Men of Vilas, who had already proved their intellectual prowess by ranking first in grade- point averages for independent men ' s houses in the year 1946-47, proved their physical ability as well by placing third in the Tripp touch-football league last fall. Greatest social event of Vilas ' social season was its Hallowe ' en Party at which good sp irits a-plenty predominated. The success of this affair was attributed to the efforts of John Arnst, Social Chairman, and his assistants, Richard Hansk and Robert Byrnes. Highlight of the evening was a " balloon dance " that was truly different. VILAS Ins! row: I. Plombon, R. Boomer, R Nero, R Bredeson, R. Win (Fellow I, (.. Voell, R. Werner, N. Rosenfeld, R. Baum. Second row: R. Honnold, (I. Worm, W, Cald well. R. Burczyk, W. Chalecki, I. Heller, R. fensen, (■ McCloud, N. Komisar. Third row I 1 Iub rt, l Ro land, R. l ' . i m I. I luston, 1 1. Kube, K. Dearth, C. Steven, |i Tuckwood, I Huston, G. Weinrurter, Fourth row : I Po th, W Richman, R. Hanak, R. Haubrich, I . Williams, S. Daniel, |. ( ' .in. c. Km-. I ). I .iiU. . porter, R. Con mil. ill 1III1IN HILL Fast residents ol Favillc House have left a hard-to-beat tra- dition of fine parties and leadership in campus affairs. Their self-awarded Social Supremacy Cup distinctly marked all house- parties, and their novel house keys, depicting the famous " Sum- mer Storm, " gave Favillc men the male " new look " of ' 47. LaFollette House replaced its group-assembly house govern- ment with a highly coordinated House Council. The LaFollette football team ranked first in the Adams Hall league ami second in the all-dorm conference. LaFollette scoreil socially too, initiating four successful house parties, in- cluding a Harvest Time special and a Sweater Soiree. FAYILLE Firsi row: s. Waldheim, P. Heb rt, K. Ebcner, G. Hurlbut, T. Denn ston, R Pfefferle, 11. Fagan. Second row: R. fohnson, V Friedman, K Mi Cool (Secretary), K II nslcj (Scu.il Chair m. in i.l Loughlin 1 1 1 llow I, I ' I ox I Presi- dent), R. Schaller (Treasurer), R Byrnes, E. Hucttner. Third row: (.. Breimeistei W. O ' Rourke, G Kline, G. Frantz, I. Falk, (i. Berg, T. Thomas, I). Battles, E. Wash :k, I Schall i null nm l Raether, W. Fisher, W. i ■ I r.iiH, (.. Birkholz, |. Vaudreuil, R. Hoague, A. Meissncr, I). Clausen, A. Mankivsky, (i. Sorensen, R. [anke. Fifth row: F. Beyer, W, Calkins, I ' B I, Klmin. I. Adashek, F. Heilbronner, W Coultas, C. Hahn, I Roob, R. Liss, 1 ' . ;.ir field. LA FOLLETTE 1 nsi row: W. Seligmann, I-. Zastrow, R. Lord. I . Holt. |. Mitchell, R. Lehfeldt, W. kuhns, R. Tadych, W. Hibbitts, I ' . Newell, D. Bowe. Second row: |. Faulks, R. Erffmcyer, (I. Walker, (i. Schniba, E. Socol, [. Meule- iiLins. li. Stern, I. Goldberg, |. Rue (. Craig, I. Kinzer, I ' . ( kr . Third row: |. Debbink, W. |ohnson, W, Gehrs, R. Hannas, A. Schroeder, D. Mockrud, R. luranck, R. Wolfe, R. Ikn.lt. Fourth run: W. Schmitz, |. Trudcl, H. Kal- m in. .in. P. Mockrud, R. Stamp, O. Dick in.mn. C. Korndoerfer, F. Hetzel, F. Spen cer, A. Drobka, I. M.ir .h, 323 NOYES Pirsl row: X. Bartelt, R. Churchward, C. Peters, R. Beltran, R. Alberts, M. Soffer, M. Steiner, P. Rasmussen, L. Cox. Second row: J. Hanson, C. Kunde, I). Kundc, J. Laurin, R. Wagner, W. Ehlert, l Da kow, R. Markowsky, H. Fischer. (. Klcin- schmidt. Tlnrd row: T. Frey, R. Koppana, R. Grant, I.. Weaver, R. Markism. ). Larson, G. Har- baugh, W. Champion, D. Sorcnson. Fourth row: E. Vaughn, C. Wiberg, R. Young, II. Naedler, R. L. Mollwitz, R. f. Mollwitz, J. Kaercher, E. Kaercher, II. Becker. Always a big noise out " Dormway, " the Noyes boys made themselves heard on the other side of the campus. Morris Soffer was Co-Chairman of the Campus Community Chest and Len Koppana was one of his sub-chairmen. Al Meulendyke traveled with the University Chorus, and Rob Bundy went to Minnesota to play football for the Dorms. Well, there are lots of live ones in Noyes . . . Bob Mollwitz, President of the MHA Chorus . . . Chuck Peters, MHA Social Dealer . . . John Kaer- cher on the Store Committee, while his brother Earle did the athletics. In 1948, Ochsner made Cosmo Daguanno a legend and adopted " Every Man a Tiger " as its official motto. Continuing its long tradition as the house to watch in athletics, Ochsner, in Adams Hall league competition, took first in basketball, second in football, third in bowling, and placed high in other sports. Memorable social events w ere the parties in the Jones Stadium recreation rooms and the " New Look " Fiesta in the Pine Room. OCHSNER I ,i i row: R. Kuhn, R. Lange, A. Lubar, I. Horenstein, J. Silbar, W. Hofius, T. Yelle, R. Bittncr, W. Gleason, D, Pollard, K. Olfingi i Second row: |. Kelly, D. Smolen, G. Peterson, I I. Pi tirji an, P. Kani . ( I lalin, II I ■ R Smith, I Rucping, C. Daguano, Third row: |. Scngbusch, B Rosefelt, I ' Wi ford, W Williams, R. Sindorf, V, Pii J. Kuster, R Stolz, R Schultz. Fourth row l Rogge, E. Warnccke, P. Wack- loan, s. Kohn. K Hoagui I Bennett, R Borchardt, W, Newman, R. Trcdor, S. Won 324 RICHARDSON First row: (•. Masek, A, Stem, M. Kylcr, R. Rusch, R. Lathrop (Fellow), R. Kaat ruilc. H. Lins, D. Newman, W, Parish, W. Grosskopf. Second row: M. fokinen, I). O ' Leary, I Wcinkauf, V. Reinstein, |. Kroscher, R. Wall, A. Anderson, R. Fitzpatrick, R. Wil- liams. Third row: l.. Binversie, W. Thannum, O. Walker. M. Spero, K. Heirs. I). Ackcrson, R. Hrunska, R. Pause. W. Musil. W. fans sen. R. Bands. Fourth row: W, Fiebrantz, 11. Henke, C. Reid, |. N ' euman, F. Bley, F. Pinkham, (. Horsfall, M. Pfotenhauser, R. Anderson, 1 . Eder, Richardson, in ' 47, was in a back to normal role. Last year things went a bit slow on the social and athletic world but came the revolution this year with House President Rog Rusch at the wheel. Athletic Chairman Jerry Goodman brought the Richardson cellar dwellers of last year into a respectable position in the standings. The social light never failed, with a joint three man committee feeding the flame. " Buck " Par- rish, Bob Grunska, and Jim Newman kept yell- ing, " Party, party! " and who were we to argue? Long will the sober ones remember Ralph Schroe- der ' s comic entertainment at the Jones basement beer brawls. During the past school year several men of Siebecker House were engaged in a number of school social activities. Don Loeb and Harry Dcg- ner were Co-Chairmen of special parties and the KickorT Ball held at the Memorial Union, while- Fred Schulte, Central Social Committee, handled the publicity for the Circle Club dances held at Van Hise Hall. The Sipper Club was one of the successful social activities of Siebecker House. Decorations con- sisted of pennants, signs, and pictures of high school life. The men once again sported the letter sweaters they won in high school athletic compe- tition. SIEBECKER First row: R. Nehrlich. W. Eggenbefger, F. Preeshl, J. Rice, R. Malonc, J. Goodman, A. Preuss. H. Degner, R. Kohlcr, C, Na rati], |r. Second row: F. Beck, L. Larson, R. Farrow, R. Weaver, M. Fefer, D. Herman, I). Miller. W. Zaegel. Third row: W, Grau, R. Juhre, J. Loch. |. Hermit. J. Olson, W. Schellar. A. Verich. ). Remol, R. Williams. Fourth row: H. Loch. J. Peters. R. Crane, 1 Bielinski, F. Schulte. C. Peterson, W. Wittry, R. Lemke, C. Minkowski, 325 TARRANT First row: L. Cscpclla, D. Laubenstcin, P. Klinir, R. Peterson, J. Ontko, G. Brown. Mueller, I. Newman, (1. I rii dli, I I M tntyrc . M. I i.n y, I. Norris, S Olson, R. Nevin. Tliinl row: I.. Lenz, I). Anklam, R. Leverich, R. Goessling, W. Sandberg, W. Nash, M. Lawent, M Bein, S Friedman, I. Wenck Fourth row: K. Brown, D. fanke, A. Sams. D. i Hoffman, D. Clementson, W. Buell, I. ContasrJ, D, Anderson, T, 5 I akritz. Fifth r.iw: ' ] ' . Roskos, W. Warn. J. Mclntyre, F. Griswold, ' . Anderson, D. Krincs. R Hacker, L. Drum. B. Brown. With Don Mclntyre as President the first semes- ter and Fritz Friedli the second semester, Tarrant kept its patrician nose well out in front. Repre- sentative teams bore the Tarrant Terror emblem on their chests; and social life was fast and wet. Well represented in campus and halls affairs, Tarrant was especially proud of its Haresfoot girls, Hud Dhein and Jerry Wilcox; of its nine men on MHA committees; of Warren Sandberg on the University rifle team; of its Dorm Duke candidate, Tom Leverich ; and of its able publicist, cartoonist, and 1948 editor of the SPECTATOR, Dick Lynch. Winslow House — last in academic proficiency, last in athletic prowess, first in the Van Hise chow line — has long been symbolic of University of Wi sconsin Men ' s Halls spirit. Its 39 men who call themselves the " Sewers, " form a closely knit unit which seeks to derive the greatest amount of benefit from university life. Winslow bowlers have swept the Adams Hall pin league two straight years. A Winslow man became Dorm Duke in 1946. Last year a Winslow- endorsed damsel was elected " Belle of the B. T. " The Winslow " Fat Boys ' Club, " with its ten mem- bers is a growing organization in a number of ways. WINSLOW First row: C. Maier, R. Hog.m. R. Sternberg, II. Holman, A. Bayless, C. Mertz, I. O ' NeU. B. Sebstad, R. Roemer. Second row: II. Webster, II. Heinkel, K. Schuerer, F. Bollogh, II. Coder, R. Mem mil. (i. Garvey, I. Wilson, M. Stremke. Third row: |. Hickey, 1-.. Schultz, N, Holman, !• Fleischauer, R. Wine, I Abrams, K. I iamnv r, I. Rodgers. Fourth row: I.. Tlachac, S, Nordeng, R Heian, II Gausewitz, T. Nauman, R. Clark, K. Schui n 326 kiiinsmu; hill High spots in Chamberlin activities was the winning oJ the University Homecoming Cup for First Place in the annual contest. The winning scene had the slogan " We ' re pulling for you, Badgers, and this is no HULL " and depicted a man milk- ing a cow with moving hands taking care of the milking process. Conover House newcomers soon joined the mainstays in furthering Conover traditions. Chief among them was carry- ing on the Conover-Showerman rivalry. Conover men still claim the over-all victory by virtue of their six foot " Shower- man Melonheads " sign painted on the big quonset hut on lower campus. CHAMBERLIN First row: W. Nctzcl, J. Barosko, C. Papen- fuss, S. Svoboda, R. Wehlitz, B. Levy, L. Solochek. Second row: I.. Page, R. Medenwald, J. Lewis, R. Ruin. 1. Nestigen, L. Olson, H. Pochler, H. Smith. Ci. Miller. K Schaeffer, D. Schra- mck. Third row: H. Webb, R. Minninx, D. Olszew- ski. T. Engelhardt, M. I.icobs, W. Simke, I). Peckham, A. Gerg, T. Sautter, G. Par- kinson. P. Paynter, D. Lieberman, E. Lo- rence. Fourth row: N. Doucette, |. Hrupka, I. Jesse, D. Erlandson, (i. Dedow, I. MeiUhn, J. Jenkins, R. Gonnering, I. Stieg, R. Church, E. Krueger, M. Pishman. Fifth row: W. Krausc, E. Murray, E. Serbin. I). Colton, E. Kr.isnn. R. Swinsk , C. Arendt, N. Arendt, E. Howell, E. Gellman, R. Brown. CONOVER First row: G. Wicklund, G. Lauer, H. Lind, W. Bracks, C. Baranek, I). Willink, II. Traxel, I ' . Martin, R. Streiff, J. Pratt, M. Drexler. Second row: R. Coshun, K. Firchow, R. Yohr, I.. Zuchowski, P. Goldsmith, W. Petersen, R. Trailer, C. Hartman, L. Turks, R. Man- ski. |. Harrower, S. Nowak, Third row: L. Krieger, I . Nimmer, R. Fir chow, R. Schindelholz, |. Pikna, D. Blivas, . . Cooper, I). Wheeler, A. Weber, R. Turk, J. Sreenan, C. Madden, E. Tanking, Fourth row: P. Mortenson, O. Boldt, G, Hel- berg, A, Hendricks, G. Dick, R. Janecky, J. Strommen, 1. Anus. 1. Tainter, E. Bus- sian. (!. Kriegel. 327 fcmV ' A ' .WMfVl GILMAN First row: M. WeriZ, C. Narwold, J. Jacobson, I). Herfort, C. (oslason, J. Thomas, I. . 1 sol). Second row: I. Smith, B. Schumacher, L. Winkler, F. Chudnoff, 1 ' . Luebben, E. Brenner, W. Fletcher, R. Irwin, R. Beaver, F. Esche, R. Carlson. Third row: (;. Godshall, (.. Blaisdell, C. Noble, W. Cox, K. Sparr, W. Johnson. R. St«.l . V. Meyer, A. Strobel, E. Sawall, I.. Kanetzke, 0. Lyhus, S. Katsekcs. Fourth row: A. Kasberg, R. Sitter. C. Eid, C Hayward, J. Earl. V. Johnston, R. Ott. K. Wheeler, R. Smith, 11. Fisker, F. Nierode, 1. Mise , F. Brondsdon. Fifth row: R. Loehning, J. Becher, A. Froem- ming, J. Pederson, R. Dinauer, R. Peterson, (.. Proost, J. Hughes, R. Weber, R. Winkler, S. UeMcrit, F. Marnier., B. Rosenthal. Gilman House, in its second year after discharge from the Navy, bounced back into halls and cam- pus activities as its members lived up to the sym- bols of the house coat-of-arms. All the activities represented on the house plaque and others got lull participation. The football stands for Oilman ' s division cham- pionship football team and for Gerald Proost who represented Gilman on the dorm all-star team. It stands for a third place in the Homecoming decoration contest and a successful intramural athletic season. A Wild West beer party set the pace for a rousing social season. In the field of sports, Jones had a very successful year. The courtside football team won the Kron- shage championship, the all-dorm championship, and placed three members on the dorm all-star team which beat the Minnesota dorms. The " back " football team placed third in the Kron- shage contest. Social activities also ranked high on the Jones agenda. Both semesters began with highly suc- cessful stag parties, and the first semester was further highlighted by two date parties. The first was a Homecoming party with a " Li ' l Abner " theme, the second, " Winter Wonderland. " JONES I ii i row: R. lj.n. A. Bhnder, 1). Minster, L. Zicbell, 1). Dunwiddie, C. Rogge, I i ii luck, P, Vavra, I. Si Mr. nice, 1 Kr.niK-r, K. Brenner, Second row: W. Bertschingcr, W. (irimm, W. Keil, T. Kallas, J. Walker, J. Cerf (Fellow), J. Allen (President), F. w (Scc.-Ti 1,1 V.hl. W. Cherkask) (I abi Rep.), I i zelatz, R. Milhaupt, D. Koehn. Third row: R. Putterman, R. Smilges, 1.. Peters, R. Ullrii h I Mi sine R fctzlaff, 1 ■ Zoerb, Sommi i , I . Rust, W. s der, W. Iluli. ., l ll i el I Ni idn r, K IM, B I ■ iiner. Fourth row: s. Smith, W. Schauer, I). Bentz, R. A.n.li. K Hackbarth, K Zui I. II Horn, l Hill, B. Pansky, K. Her: i Si hii Ii I ' . tig, K l id, ll. mi. I., l.in. K. Medved, l Liebl. I ilili row: V, Kolll r. W. DaUtl nn.iii. M Richter, R, Mui Her, W Crane, W. Ave ' Lalle- in.ini, E. Suckow, II. Maunder, I Jaszczen ski, R. Meyer, R, Overton, D. Graf, I Wmi.Ii. C. I I., rt, B, Johnson D lou lini lueller. ♦ 1 328 MACK firsl row: R. Bohm, [. Ney. G Ney, P. Zahn, T. Fraser, [. McComb, ]. Steinmetz, C. Lietzow, V. Herzfeld, I . Weber, K M Mahon. Second row: M. lanikan, S. Kaprelian, C. Hibbard, . Fritz, R. Coeyman, R. Powers, ;. Zachow, |. Ward, R. Lawrence, |. Batch, R. |ohne)ack, I ' . M.irtin. Third r.,«: (). Haszel, K. (Ceil, (. Miller, ( Larson, I Brown, (■. Zahn, |. DeBroux, R. Peterson, G. Unsworth, R. Milbrath, I j, Thorpe. Fourth row: D. Merriam, 1 . Bauman, R. Porter, T. Bittner, |. fersild, W. Sturm, 11. Runke, W, Schimmeyer, ( ' ,. Frohmader, W, Acheson, R. (ones, 1. Resnick, I Mueller. The social calendar listed several stag and date house parties including a rugged Hard Times Party in the Pine Room. Informal discussions with speakers Theodore W. Zillman, Director of Veterans ' Affairs, and the Rev. Mr. Kenneth Pat- ton on veterans ' problems and " Religion and Mar- riage " highlighted house meetings. The hottest news event in Dormland was the Mack House fire, the first in the history of the dorms, in which the wardrobes of occupants Don Bauman and Al Roecker were ruined. Coopera- tive dorm residents and others contributed gen- erously to almost cover the loss. Showerman, the house of achievement, contin- ued its policy of being the most publicized of the men ' s halls. Feature events of the year included winning the Homecoming decorations contest, a gigantic alumni party, and a Dorm Duke cam- paign. Under the guidance of the " Great White Father " Sullivan, such notables as Gordie MacDowell, Chairman of the House Presidents ' Council, Joe Onosko, Mil Ball Chairman, and Everett Larson, Red Cross and Job Opportunities Chairman, car- ried on their varied activities. Steve Gremban, winner of the 119 pound NCAA boxing crown, was Showerman ' s entry in the Dorm Duke con- test. SHOWERMAN First row: 1. Metcalfe, S. Gremban, G Mai Dawell, I. Sulliv.m. C. R ' .Ixt-.. II. Zinkann D. 1 lanson, 1 1 lanson. Sec 1 row: I. Bennett, R. Fellman, D. 1. Rose, R. Hodgins, 1. Grecnblatt, R. Sullivan T. Gordon, W. Houghton, T. H.irur. 1 I lag( ii. W. Kachel. Third row : I.. Wilets, W. Rohrb P. Leeser, E. Larson, I.. Brann, II I R. Matuszczak, R. Panfil, II Krekel, I Fritz, |. Stenson, W. Heins. Fourth row: R. Schmidt, R. Hurrienn G Thauer, I |ones, D. Heller, M. Millei C. Pipal, R. Geigner, 1 ' . Geigner, K. Barn hart, H. Reed, I Young Fifth i « : M. Vsztalos, (■ I luettl, II. 1 lami 1 R. Am nil, 1.. Emelity, l . Anderson, R Radwill, l . Burnham, S. Sanders, I). Ret inge r, |. Thompson, ( ' . Bitmcr. 329 SWENSON First nm; M. Newald, H. Pearce, R Pearce, W. Schwanns. L. Romanik, I). Wilson, II. Hawkins, R. Siegworth, W. Mickelsen, 11. Lovetl. Second row: W. Johnson, R. Boyle. R. Bruc- chert, D. Rolain, I). Frediani, R. Landry, J. Boyle, J. Arnow, L. Kirner, B. Rubmtz, R. Suhm, C. Owen, R. Rucks. Third row: B. Komisar, L. Hertz, F. Zimmer- man, C. Larsen, D. Montgomery, I . Hcl- mick, A. Beutlcr. I). Gregory, H. Erdman, W. Rohrberg, W. Mahcr, W. Bo d, ). Hu- her, M. Hovind, J. Behrend, C. Zedey. Fourth row: R. Saichek, R. Priem, D. Bern diet, L. Tidcrman, D. Brown, L. Kuschel, R. Semon, R. Hall, J. Biddick, S. Biddick, V. Wilk, D. Hackelt, |. Coates, D. Bruc- chert, J. Leverson, P. Coonley. Fifth row: H. Gralcwicz, W. Miller. F. Ber- entzen, H. White, C. Oatman, R. Konrad, H. Ahrens, W. Koppenaal. V. Helm. P. [unemann, R. Wruk. |. Cleary, E. Prins- low, B. Horter, R. Derber, A. Berg, D. Norcross. Bill Koppenaal, President; Howard White, Vice President; Roger Seigworth, Secretary-Treas- urer; and Dean Hackett, Social Chairman, led the men of Swenson House to notable achieve- ments this year. Such things as the largest exchange dinner in the men ' s halls, a unique Sadie Hawkins night, Amateur night, and All Fool ' s night gave Swen- son the edge on the social front. Swenson showed on the sports field, gathering more forfeitures than all other houses combined. All in all, it was a happy and highly successful year. The past year found Turner as one of the most active houses in the Residence Halls. Activities throughout the year were numerous with ath- letic and social events reaching a new high. The crowning events of the year were the Bowery Party and Turner initiation of Dad ' s Day in the Residence Halls where all Turner fathers were entertained for the Michigan game by their sons. No spirits were lacking when Turner appeared in a chartered bus to greet the football team upon their return from Indiana with signs of " Welcome Badgers " and the almost prophetic " On to the Rose Bowl. " TURNER First row: I.. Davidson, ( ' .. H.ilir. I.. Miller, R. Nelson, T. Kinzer, S. Larratt, C. Sj tier, 1.. Zimmerman, |. Oik. S. I in l row : Moshi rl N( uli.iui i. I Bai i. He R loyner, K. Dreury, F. Feil, P. Zumir. K Allison. R. Clcercmans, R. I ' m, Bi .i ' li l Wogi kind, V, iirolami. Third row: R. ln , |. Packard, P Degara- l " dian, |. Bergman, I Slo ' ak, K. I ler- in.inn, I), lost, I McHugh, I i ins, A. G( tier, R, Hansen, R. Hyink, II. Schnei- der, |. (..mi. id I ourth row: |. Kohl. I Green II WycorT, I II. .nm. . II. Bloland, R. Hcideman, I . dlcr, W Baird, I ). st, nsk . W, « I Wolfi Roth, R Sondel, I. Sondel. I ifth o.w: R. li.ll. M, Vndrac, P. Stack, V. R I lopki . I Kryshak, C. .li . W. Racine, W, Wolf, I ' Bloland, ' ■ ' I G V. i. i nm, l( s , , kman, I. I ■ - • ••n. R, Son nson. 330 SI ' IIMITEII HILL » 3aaE_- " T3=ii«S3?:w »OTBafc3S " V ' -VibOBi Bierman House got oft to .1 social start with tour affairs. The outstanding pans, the Schnitzelbank, used a German theme complete with checkered tablecloths, German songs, and personalized beer-mugs for the guests. The mugs were the real thing — pre-prohibition quality. The Schnitzelbank may well become an annual event. Memories of the year: The Marquette game where a night ' s sleep was lost in order to post Gavin ' s wish on the quonset hut; the heartbreak of Homecoming when Gavin ' s hundred foot banner took off for Iowa on a north wind on the eve of the game; Ward Duel ' s realistic impersonation of " Queenie. " BIERMAN First row: E. Erskinc. II. Todd, M. Hyde, C. Schroetcr, W. Gleason, A. Patzke, R. Il.cn. C. Olson. Second row: A. Pope, K. Brady, 1 ( ' ..trlson. (;. Heller (Fellow I, W. Bi Iter, W. Selbrade, R Washatka, |. Strauss, R. Bond. Third row: R. Thode, K Miller, 11. s.hvut. I). Matthisen, I ' . Zrinzek, 11. Mayer, G. Stuesser, F. Klotz, I ■ ' . Gundlach, A. B n Fourth n.w: R. Mitchel, E. Rossi, P. Buzzell, L. Anderson, ). c :.i ir n-. W. Redeman, w Phillips, W. Rabenowich, P. Richards, M Steil. Fifth row: R. Gilbert, G. Grabot, C. Banks, K. Bragg, D. Reiff, D Si h Ii r, II Pal nepud, I. Shelendich. GAVIN First row: R, DeRosier, W. Duel, R. Sekadlo, P. Shatrwka, C. Trevallee, W, Svoboda (Fellow), A. Griesman, F. Hengst, R. ( i ml:. I . i linn. C. Tonar. Second row: f. Schweitzer, (i. Haverstick, C. Schwarz, W. Clarke, L. Partridge, R. Kim ner. R. Mvhrc. I. Baker, |. Kane. M. Lob- dell, Thir l row: I.. Stieghorst, I. Nietupski, E. Schwabe, R. Wibbens, I. Marquardt, I- Barnes, E. folly, E. Pallis, F. Weller. Fourth row: II. Anderson. 1 . Newcomb, J. Hrupka, 1). Miller, R. Gerhardt, R. Aldrich, K. Icnsen. I , I ' m. |. Prasil, I). Bender. V ? ! . ( . .-VI. t ' l 4 ? f 1 1. ?-f t t 331 GOLDBERG First row: |. Dandiiker, T. Knight, D. Bren- mr, A. Schumacher, I.. Dudley (Fellow . K. Brooks, G. Dctcrt, A. Brandt, R. Ker- shaw, M. Stevens. s, mud row: J. Gradin, J. Kreutzman, K. Kov.ir, W. I.uper, S. Mikulecky, J. Oswald, I. I ' ederson, R. Barnes, A. Chucka, G. Scharch, W. Firehammer. Third row: J. Bunker, R. Carlson, W. Larson, A. Bruland, H. Hanson, F. Niebler, A. Luedke, H. Siegfried. D. Wiger, J. Maier, M. Brachman. Fourth row: M. Hutchison, E. Altpcter, A. Hass, J. Meyer, N. Hernberger, D. Jansscn, I. Shank, G. Pawl, B. Rodcnkirch. W. Shirley, S. Jaznewicz, K. Engeldinger. Goldberg House entered the family of men ' s halls in September, 1947, with the task of setting traditions for future years rather than that of living up to past accomplishments. Taking up resilience on the third floor of Schlicter Hall, the men of Goldberg House set their goals high. Throughout the year, house residents have emu- lated the example of participation in school and men ' s halls affairs set by Ira Goldberg, ' 43, 1st Lt., United States Marine Corps, who was killed in action March 7, 1945, on Iwo Jima. The house is named and respectfully dedicated to his mem- ory. Luedke House got its start as a unit this year in the agrarian Kleinheinz Hall, the short-course dorm. Later, they moved to the top floor of the newly finished Schlicter Hall. In memory of their earlier quarters, the residents acquired a bull statuette which watches over the den proceedings as house mascot. The " Bulls " elected Fred Henkins as House President; Bill Carpenter, Social Chairman; Ken Ultsch, Treasurer; and Bob Hubler, Athletic Chairman. Besides the officers, several members of the house were elected to the elite " Skyline Club. " LUEDKE First row: V Saltzman, R. Haddock, Bai eel, M. Bar-field, I. Inikins, I), Seaholm, K. Hochschild, K. Hubler, N. Marty, W I oil. i Second row: W. Confer, R, Murray, II. Cook. I). Goniu, N. Magnuson, I ' . Winsand, M. Madden, .. Pochls, A. Gcinopolos, R. I.ichtluss, K I liin n Third row: I.. Dunlap. II. Ku hl r. |. Doll. W. Davis, D. Coughlin, |. Fostvcdt, W, R. Deiningi i 1 Kn il i h, R. Ml n . I Aranoa. th I ■ ■ I Mi i •■. K. Tin a. K. i W. Bauer, V S, huh . I ben, II I hli bowski, I. Ducrson, N Madison, T Gitter, W. ' I 332 sTimni This year Baumann House, under the leader- ship of House President John Liebmann, inaugu- rated a system of council government . . . the football team hail a successful season, ending up in second place . . . the annual Hallowe ' en and Christmas dances were the highlights of a social program that varied from stag parties to formal dances. Located in the south end ol the Stadium, Schrei- ner House has tried to live up to its name by having a large turnout for intercollegiate and intramural athletics. Probably the most distinct claim to glory was the fact that the house has had a seating capacity of 20,000 on its roof. BAUMANN First row: K. Spira, M. Van Tassel, T. G I; Head, I Parri h, R. [ay, R. LeRoy, D. i nt i in. |. Blanchette. Second row: W. Schwarting, ( ' Wcisse, II. Sn : vely, I., [ohannscn, |. W lodworth, I Lc.bmann, ( ' . Kielish, 1.. Levy, li. Bramoll. Third row: I). Wilde, J. Walsh, G Di rbi r, 11. Utmeher, B. Gehr, 1). Boucher, I). Hugh dahl, I. Simcic, I.. Hanzel, T. Marini. Fourth row: ■. Sawall, |. Renncbohm, B. Safford, ( ' Vogel, 1. Ericson, F. Sucln. I Dohmen, B. Ranck, R. 2 SCHREINER Utnehmer, I). 1 . 1 lammer, E. Con- First row : 1 ). Stagg, W. vinney, I ' . Peolquin, F, way, N. Brenhein. Second row: R. Stevens, T. Briggs, 1 ' . Rindy, R. Bublitz, (.. Holtz, I. Burns, l . lohnson, W. Anderson, N. I lodfn . . Third row: o. Bekkum, W. Foster, C. 1). Il .ir. H. Mikulecky, W. Oppermann, W. Shuman, D. Price, R. Bern, E. Block, F. Furmanek. Fourth row: E, Gremban, A. Groll, D. Thompson. R. Kurtzweil, J. Smith, I Fritzke, M. Zempel, E. Wolf, R. Wolf, D Pease. Fifth row: E. Brykczynski, F. Haueter, R. Gerlach, l . Patoka, W. Stanley, E. Chap- ley, I ' . Clauder, R. Pleltz, N. Kreger, O. Dahibtrt:. E. Johnson, ( . Eckstein. f p n n r r n 333 Dormsylvania, Mardi Gras, Open House, and the evening sheepshead games at the Pine Room all vied for top honors on the year ' s social calendar. But the annual spring formal, Dormsylvania, out-polled them all in finesse. Mardi Gras ' in- formal style pleased the residents, while Open House and the Slichter Dedication gave the men a chance to show off their houses. The Circle Club dances came in for their share of attention SOCIALLY 3i4 SPEAKING earlier in the year when they packed the Van Hisc " ballroom. " Bull sessions, usually more social than educational, kept the Rose Taylor Room busy, along with the Sunday afternoon guy-gal record concerts an d football game airings. Dads ' Day welcomes and Homecoming decorations and parties gave the men ' s halls a colorful social decor during their brief sojourns. House dens came in for their share ot wear and tear under the heavy pounding bridge and cribbage players. 335 Social standards of the houses were set by the house parties and dances. Goldberg took the lead with their impressive " Shamrock " dance. The Botkin Christmas Party for orphaned youngsters reached closest to the hearts of the men ' s halls residents. Almost every conceivable theme was carried into party form by the houses. From Faville ' s French idea to Oilman ' s Gay Nineties, Schreiner ' s Easter Bunny to numerous Campus Cop raids, they were as varied as could possibly be. While rec rooms in the halls caught the brunt of the social whirl, Picnic Point saw its share of picnic-parties during the year. The lure of the open spaces caught many halls parties. House parties have become one of the traditions of the halls with each house striving to outdo the next one and each individual house trying to outdo its own former party. Party blind date arrangements this year were, on the whole, very successful and very gratifying. %iBtiP -mcF-zz From Fall football to Spring base- ball, dorm men were on the intra- mural fields or in the Armory repre- senting their houses in Association- sponsored athletic competition. B Beginning with football, Jones court loosed a furieil attack to take the all-dorm championships. Men were culled from all teams to represent the Association in a game with the University of Minnesota dorm all-stars. Wiscon- sin won. The individual league leaders were: LaFol- lette, Adams; Gregory, Tripp; Gilman back, Kron- shage back; and Jones, Kronshage court. Then came the basketball flurry with Schreiner riding to top honors. In the individual league skir- mishes, Ochsner led the Adams group; Bash ford, Tripp; Baumann, Kronshage court; and Schreiner, Kronshage back. Running concurrently with basketball, the sport of bowling furnished many close meetings. Jones court rolled the alleys to take the all-dorm honors once again. Winslow topped the Adams league, while Fal- lows led the Tripp group, Gilman back, the Kron- shage back, and Jones court, the Kronshage court. Intramural sports went the year around with the Summer leagues operating both baseball and crew competition. Unoffi- cially, swimming and tennis entered into the Summer sports picture, with Kronshage relying on several of its feminine Sum- mer guests as stars. A digest version of a pictorial tour of the Men ' s Halls associa- tion activities, giving only an inkling of spare time functions. A picture to print, a chorus to sing, a rubber of bridge to play, a board to saw, or a book to read, if there is time to do it, there is a place also. There is al- ways something doing in the halls, and the Association has provided a place and equipment to do it. There are even places provided to raise a journalistic career or a batch of bulging muscles. TRUAX In housing parlance, the University Truax Project is known .is an emergency project. Rut what Truax residents and administration have done to that emer- gency is substantial if not amazing. " Emergency? Well, perhaps, " says the average Truax resident, " but did you ever see such a com- fortable emergency or one surrounded by so many opportunities? " Officers were: J. Silverberg, President; R. Hollen- beck. Vice President; Mrs. L. Childs; and W. Fagan, Business Manager. Babcock House boys arc a closely knit group of capable young men working seriously toward graduation but, at the same time, enjoying many social events and extra-curricular activi- ties. The fine group of officers elected last fall have kept the house machinery well oiled. Babcock House is a cooperative house for agriculture students and the only independent Ag house on the campus. Each member of the house does his share of work to keep expenses at a minimum. The social highlight of the first semester was the Christmas dance. Hard work on the part of each member under the direc- tion of John Torke, social chairman, made the event a huge success. 1948 fount! Babcock House in possession of the enviable Phi Eta Sigma trophy which is given to the organized house having the highest grade-point house. All time and effort was not de- voted to the three R ' s, however. The year saw the boys actively engaged in such extra-curricular activities as intramural and varsity sports, Ag campus clubs, and Wisconsin Country Magazine. Officers were: Ray Bula, President; Robert Kramer, Vice President; and Harold Mezera, Secretary-Treasurer. BABCOCK HOUSE First row: S. Geib, A. Finger, J. Torke, D. Yoskuil, R. Bula, H. Mezera, R. Kramer, R. Robinson, O. Ruelke, T. Tibbitts. Second row. J. Jicha, A. Hooker, J. Novakovitch, M. Hovland, H. Roedcr, T. Miron, D. Rossini, K. Klingelhofer, R. Grainger, R. Bernard, G. Swallow. Third row: T. Schwoch, L. Huber, W. Friedmann, J. Hauser, R. Anderson, D. Peterson, H. Johnson, W. Batterman, R. Shar- ratt, T. Cox, E. Stevens, B. Olson. 340 First row: J. Atkins, F. Kawahara, S. Godfrey, G. Christiansen, A. Hinklcy. Second row: E. Hayek, L. Jensen, G. Holcomb, Mrs. M. Atkins (Housemother), S. M.hti, R. Butman, R. Murgensen. Third row: R. Hinklcy. F. Des Jarlais, W. Merten. R. Slovac ' nek, ). Bamberger, F. Alwin. RACINE HOUSE " First on the green sheet, " cries " Bull " Merton as he blocks out Frank Alwin and Fran Dejarlais coming through the door. " But I tell you I flunked that Econ test because I didn ' t have my slide rule, " moans Jim Bamberger to engineers Bob Slova- chek, " Lover " Jensen, Al Hinklcy, anil Ed Hayek, who shake their heads in sympathetic synchronization. " You can ' t do that, Godfrey; freshmen aren ' t allowed extra- curricular activities, " says Bob Morgenson as he spies Sam reaching for the telephone. In the far corner Rog Hinklcy, Ray Butman, and George Holcomb are engaged in a heated discussion over the relative merits of the music masters. " Spike Jones beats ' em all, " they chorus in agreement. " Hey, Mehta, the Union ' s calling, " Jack cries to Lai. " Ma, " shouts " G. I. " Christiansen to Mrs. Atkins, " are the paint brushes ready for tonight ' s quonset hut job? " " I forgot to turn ofl my Bunsen burner, " hollers Fred Kawa- hara, California ' s only gift to Wisconsin, as he dashes for the Chem building, slamming the door on the mad mayhem of the " mis-placed Mcndota " , Racine House. Officers were: Roger Hinklcy, President; Edward Hayek, Social Chairman; and Robert Slovachek, Secretary-Treasurer. 341 First row: E. Liebenthal, L. Mathwick, R. Maby, D. Ghosh, H. Nath, M. Lapidus, Mrs. Emma Dais (Housemother), G. Fraser, L. Novakowski, R. Younglove, G. Savage, P. Franke. Second row: J. Morrow, I. Murchison, A. Neitzel, P. Gillett, T. Jones, L. Duwe, D. Gunderson, J. Jones, A. Krause, R. Swan, II. Allsopp, L. Sternberg, I. Levinson, J. Broadfoot. Third row: H. Meuret, L. Bannerman, R. Ellingen, C. Penman, D. Hemmy, G. Shonat, R. Hendrickson, W. Vitense, I). Kroelien, J. O ' Connor, N. Adamany. Fourth row: L. Giese, R. Byrd, T. Birmingham, A. Peterson, J. Russell, J. Stewart, C. Kelch, R. Kreiman, L. Brooks, J. Hil- gendorf, H. Hilgendorf, T. Frank, C. Westfahl. YMCA DORM The University YMCA is the " International House " of the University of Wisconsin. 135 men from 24 states and a dozen foreign countries live together amicably. Since it is the most conveniently located dormitory on the campus, the " Y " offers its residents an opportunity to partake of the best that Wiscon- sin has to offer. Bounded on all sides by facilities for a full college life — Lake Mcndota, the Union, the gym, anil the library — the YMCA is the key to a broad social, intellectual, anil physical development. Thanks to the presence of University classrooms in the " Y " building, the YMCA is the only dorm on campus in which residents may eat, sleep and go to class without leaving their living quarters. A pleasant facet of " Y " life is cooperation with the YWCA on such projects as the annual Christmas Festival, Religious Emphasis Week, and such projects as .1 series ol courtship and marriage lectures. Officers were: C. G. Fraser, President; R. Kreiman, Vice President; D. Gunderson, Secretary- Treasurer; and D. Schutt, Sheriff. 342 iiiniiin independent SES The fall oi 1947 ushered in what was to become one of the most active years for dorm women ami those living in independent houses. Homecoming started the parade of activities that soon followed. Partici- pation in all campus events was high, and everything from Ice Carnival, Humorology, and Wiskits, to charity drives claimed the active attention of everyone, often with the aim to benefit those who are less fortunate than the Wisconsin co-ed. The Independent Women ' s Association was formed early in the fall, and made successful efforts to make independent women conscious of the important roles they are responsible for in campus life, and to make the independent group more active than it has ever been in the history of Wisconsin. Wisconsin co-eds have not limited their interests to the university cam- pus, but are preparing themselves for active participation in the attempt to make the world peaceful once more, through thorough understanding of the problems that must be faced now and in the future. 343 First row: Muriel Clipp, Treasurer; Janet Williams, Vice President; and Sally Kennard, Secretary. Second row: Joan Toepfer, President; and Miss Dorothy Nichols. Housemother. ANN EMERY C. Aik, B. Allen, B. Anderson, N. Anderson, N. Aring, P. Aring, M. Aschenbrener, L. Bajace, R. Baldwin, M. Barager, M. Bartells, B. Bayer, B. Bendinger, N. Berg strom, M. Bevens, B. Bills, P. Blaire, J. Blodgett, B Bluhm, B. Blumberg, M. Bogumill, J. Bours, N. Brenk M. I»r id . R. Brown, B. Brunsell, C. Burke. M. Calvi, C. Campbell, M. Carroll, N. Ceeley, Chad bourn, C. Chapman, P. ( " hew, M. Clapp, E. Compton J. Corrao, A. Courteen, C. Cragoe, 15. Crane, P. Cutler 15. Dahl. R. Detienne, L. Disrud, J. Doherty, D. Dur brown. 1.. Dyreby, M. Eakins, N. F.dwards, L. Fenzl P. Fischer, M. Frazier. I ' . Gardiner, 1). Garnock, I. Gee, P. Goecke, J. Goess ling, . ( r.c (s. S. Gregory, li. Grota, S. Gustin, J. Hage man, l. Hajengo, F. Hall, M. Hall, I). Hall, C. Ham. mond, C. Hamre, S. Hanisch, N. Hansen, G. Harkrader I). Hanson, II. Hawkins, . Hay, }. Hazen, P. Heal M. Healy, C. Helgeby, |. Helmes, J. Heller, V. Iktland S. Heuer, G. 1 lewitt, P. I [inkes, I. I [obart, S. I [ornburg V Howe, :. Hsi, I ' .. Hughes. |. litis, V [eatran, N (.lines. H. [enkins, M. [enkins, |. [ohnson. J. Kaestner, ). Kavanagh, S. Kennard, |. Kenny, I Im nli. W. Kimball, :. Kinkel, R. Kirkpatrick, M. Knox |. Koch. l. Knll). M. Kriwanek, E, Krohn, B. Krueger . Krueger, V. Krueger, M. Kuyawa, N. Lane, C. Lang jahr, R. Laudert, M. Lavin, |. Leaf, ( .. Leidgen, L. I. van doski, (i. Levis, I .. Light, R. Finder, P. l.owin.in. M . s. Luhman I M.i.is. K. M.ias. A. Maggos, S. Manning, 1). Markie wicz, D. Mattingly, M. Melster, B. Melvin, E. Mertz, K. Meyer, A. Middleton, L. Mielke, C. Miller, W. Miller. N. Mills, J. Moeller, B. Moore, P. Montgomery, N. Moths, M. Murphy, M. McCann, M. McCord, P. MacDonald, M. MacPherson, M. McElroy, M. McQuillin, W. McRae, N. Nelson, M. Ninabuck, S. Nolte, P. Northrop, P. Nu- zum, J. Owen, V. Papenfuss, M. Parrish, M. Peterman. D. Petersen, J. Phimister, E. Polzin, M. Pulford. M. Randolph, M. Reetz, R. Reilly, B. Regez, B. Rey- nolds, A. Reuter, J. Rice, R. Rick, R. Riley, A. Risdon, M. Roderick, S. Rohn, V. Rowlands, A. Runzler, D. San- ders, M. Saubert, Y. Savaglio, E. Schaetzei, I. Schaetzel, M. Schenk, A. Schmid, M. Schneider, E. Schonberg, (!. Schroeder, E. Schutterle, I). Schwarze, R. Schwebs, A. Seybold, J. Seybold, M. Sharpe, D. Shumway, V. Sil- ver, N. Sippy. M. Smith, N. Smith. R. Sonnenburg, E. Sorlie, S. Spohn, A. Sproesser, A. Stafford, K. Stafford, B. Steinhagen, (i. Stephen, ). Stevens. M. Stewart, |. Stouffer, M. Stubenrauch, W. Sturtevant, S. Swan. M. Sweeney, I.. Taylor, ( ' •■ Thompson, (.;. Tiernan, M. Tietz, J. Toepfer, L. Toepfer, P. Toepfer, C. Traulsen, L. Trepte, |. Turdel, M. Turley, ). Tyler, |. Ullrich, M. Urbanek, ). Usher, N. Warnecke, B. ' .ii«m. G. Web ster, I. Weber, G. Weingold, M. Weix, W. Weix, R. Wenger, I). Westvik, M Whitford, R. Wilkins, 1. Wil liams, M. Williams, M. Wilsey, 1. Wilson, i. Wilson. N. Wilterding. ( ' . Winterson, I). Witte, S. Woodstock, I). Woodward, ( ' . Woodworth, M. Woodworth, E. Zie m. inn. |. Zimmer, 1). Zimmermann, 1.. Zurheide. 344 First row: NT. Nimlos, M. Litscher, M. Neitman, M. Scott, J. Stauffacher, L. Zcirke, R. Rathbun, G. Lloyd, A. Peterson, F. Lean, M. l ' erch. Second row: J. Alford, C. Bienfang, R. Hoffman, R. Boorbek, M. Knueppel, R. Plummer, Mrs. L. Kerst (Housemother), J. Nelson, R. Hess, F. Johnson, J. Fitzgerald. Third row: D. Plains, E. Pascal, M. Egeland, S. Jacobs, M. Oftardahl, E. Anderson, S. Allen, E. Weberg, V. Blackmun, D. Loeffler, E. Schwartz, S. Kappel, B. Bohnson, L. Maclntyre. Fourth row: M. Muckian, D. Jenson, J. Smythe, P. Kwapil, V. Theiler, J. Schoonover, J. Schoonover, L. Schmidt. R. Kcin- holz, E. Guse, F. Camp, W. Nelson, M. Webb, A. Radtke. Fifth row: H. Kraft, C. Wiederholt, R. Christofferson, C. Beers, L. Taylor, B. Leeg, B. Earlyvvine, M. Miller. B. Borowski, J. Barker, J. Barbe, B. Kanameishi, J. Krapft, H. McGuire, R. Krasno. BADGER CLUB A major migration of eighty plus young women who stopped the traffic on Park Street a little north of University Avenue be- came a daily 5:25 occurrence this year. This was the Badger Club, whose members dined daily in the Chadbourne and Bar- nard dining halls. A close inspection of these ambitious and active co-eds would have revealed several campus leaders — Joyce Wendortf, mem- ber of Student Board and Mortar Board; May Donna Neitman, President of the U. of W. 4-H Club; Marion Litscher, Secretary of the Ag Student Council; Ruth Moldenhauer, I resident of Phi Beta; Eunice Voelz, President of Pythia; and Francine Larschcid, active in WHA radio work. Made up of four units — Charter House, Hodag House, Squire Hall, and White House — the Badger Club became a part of the University Residence Halls this year, marking another turning point in its history. The Badger Club was turned over to women students four years ago, prior to which it was a men ' s co-opera- tive housing unit. Officers were: Betty Kanameishi, President; Jane Nelson, Vice President; Joan Fitzgerald, Secretary-Treasurer; and Mari- lyn Scott, Social Chairman. 345 Something special is always going on at Barnard! Again this year we are proud of the personal achievements of Barnard girls. We have among us Mary Burke, a Mortar Board member, and Nancy Wheeler, a member of Crucible. Anita Peterson, Elsie Lapinski, and Carolyn Richardson arc our 1947 freshmen who were welcomed into the ranks of Sigma Epsilon Sigma last Fall. Pounding the typewriters at the Cardinal is Bea Bran- don, writing the column " Co-ed - Capers. " Working as hard as any beaver, Jean Kanable, Social Chair- man, has planned and directed our social functions for the year. Homecoming Tea, Open House, the Christmas Faculty Tea, === Wiskits and the Christmas and Spring Formals have highlight- ed our social calendar. Officers were: Mary Burke, President; Joan Kaasa, Vice Presi- dent; Ruth Bradley, Secretary; and Tana Miller, Treasurer. BARNARD HALL First row: J. Sweetman, N. Swift, D. Freidig, E. Morrit, A. Hunkler, C. Smith, J. Brauer, C. Okanski, Z. Moriarty, C. Styne, S. Stadelman, R. Krcher, C. Peterson, C. Richardson. Second row: L. Sweetman, N. Hagen, J. Wandry, J. Kanable, M. Pellegrino, B. Brandon, M. Burke, Miss Allan (House- mother), R. Bradley, M. Kanable, J. Kaasa, J. Anderson, D. Hein, A. Schutz. Third row: G. Lange, P. Miller, P. Cumisky, P. Willoughby, J. Licking, C. Kutil, S. Higby, N. Fox, R. Thompson, W. Koryski, B. Durbin, D. Boriss, J. Listig, E. Johnson, J. Shunaman, M. Linns. Fourth row: A. Lahey, P. Hayword, E. Lee, M. Runge, C. Manteufel, D. Schmidt, P. Berger, G. Burstein, J. Shlimovitz, D. Smollen, J. Poulsen, G. Hurst, C. Scarlier, M. Gausewitz. Fifth row: M. Johnson, J. Bener, P. Phillips, R. Kerns. N. Wheeler, D. Roberts, P. Small, N. Kasak, M. Prazak, P. Johnson, L. Stradling. Sixth row: R. Smith, J. Stoehr, J. Lauson, M. Piertz, H. Mathews, G. Hornig, J. Lowe, D. Godfrey, J. Bagley. Seventh row: S. Taraason. J. Thume, M. Aton, A. Karrys, A. Smith, M. Sonnetag, D. Zimmerman, M. Kemdt. Eighth row: |. Murchant, K. Maclntyre, D. Traulsen, S. Bubolz, S. Neidner, L. Duwe, H. Beinma, R. Locke, L. Taylor, L. Fetck, M. Bush, E. Idtse, D. Weisbrenner. Ninth row: B. Overby, ). Gebhardt, N. Stair, E. Marchovitch, F Puchinsky, L. Amthor, D. Efram, B. Runge, A. KirchotT, B. Sheppard, T. Blumberg, J. Phillips, M. Kerby, M. Lutzow, J. Bilkey. 346 First row: S. Pierron, G. Gennrich, |. Mielke, R. N ' aab, M. Bockelman, I). Ahrens, M. Armaganian, li. Wcpking, K. Bar- clay, E. Hulce, M. Dawson, J. Wegner, M. Paber, f. Halter, C. Braun, R. Wilson, ]. l- ' osshage. Second row: P. Ainsworth, R. Ryall, I). Laiulin. I). Wolf. 11. Ku-.serow. N. Houser, S. Feddersen, L. Weiss, Miss Plummer (Housemother), I. Carstens, B. La Rocque, V. I.otz, M. Diedrich. L. Gilling, ' . Nelson, 1). Semrich, G. Jensen. I). Ander- son. Third row: M. Mills, F. Cohen, C. Rue, R. Rosenblum, A. Despot, J. Nelson, J. [ensch, P. Steinfeldt, E. Hrupka. D. Hughes, M. Netzel, J. Paulson, A. Knause, M. Nesbitt, K.. Kummerow, R. Schiferl, J. Brandenberg. ( ' ,. ( ' aim. D. Dittmar, A. Ver heyden, M. Jollirle. Fourth row: C. Garfinkel, A. Alberts, N. Tieske. I. Boiler, M. Carbon, |. Olson. |. Mohr, M. Burcalow, J. Eisemann, S. M ron, J. Hartman, E. Watson, B. Lau. B. Berksbaken, 1. Watson. A. Hi art. R. Mayer, 1.. Ramsak, M. Farnsworth, E. Clouse, L. Stirmel, K. Stanton. Fifth row: H. Belzer. P. Robbins, C. Shilling, M. Wolter, M. Matthisen, M. Torgerson, I. Bundies, |. Kuchenbecker, J. Pot- ter, f. Niebuhr, P. Zastrow, A. Wellers, C. Van Gordon, L. Rodenkirch, R. Rosenow, M. Bodart, B. Chatt, W. Idtse, B. Heisedorf, A. Graewin, C. Dommersnaes, I. Simonick, J. Stuck. Sixth row: L. Almon, I. Westphal, C. Johnson. I). Boughey, L. Linse, M. Smith. I.. Miller. H. Rafeld, B. Keebaugh, A. Hayes, L. Petran, R. Elbe, R. Labus, L. Fossum, M. Schomberg, D. Swan. CHADBOURNE HAIL The girls of " Ladies ' Hall " are back! Once again they wear long skirts, flared coats, and black stockings. It ' s a far cry from the days when the horse and buggy passed the door, but Chad- bourne spirit has grown with the times. A Columbus day open house and football teas opened the social season at Chadbourne Hall this year while dorm men listened to the " away " games with the gals in the lounges. Cookies-and-ice cream floor spreads and Freshman Week skits were featured attractions before bedtime hours. When the elec- tion drums boomed, Chad girls went all out to supjxjrt their candidate, Sylvia Fudzinski, at the Torchlight Parade. Decking the hall was lots of fun, but Chadbourne really got in the yuletide spirit by entertaining the faculty at a tea, carol- ing at various hospitals, and selecting a " Twirl Girl " as queen of the " Peppermint Twirl " , Chad ' s " at home " Christmas formal. Officers were: Betty LaRocque, President; Shirley Feddersen, Vice President; Nancy Houser, Secretary; and Virginia Lotz, Treasurer. 347 I ELIZABETH WATERS First row: R. Rasmussen, B. Johnson, M. Triller, R. Petrie, A. Johnson, D. Worel, M. Falkner, P. Kersten, M. Olejniczak, J. Hoffman, M. Rosenberg, L. Taxen, C. Porter, O. Supiano, P. Kraft, M. Germann. Second row: . Heineman, R. Scott, J. Poenisch, P. Nichols, H. Jones, J. Pieri (Social Chairman), P. Price (President), B. Rogers (Fellow), I. Brolin (Vice President), C. Scholbe (Secretary ), A. Haberman (Treasurer), A. Barber, M. Strange, J. Cisco. |. Goodman, R. Krueger, M. Reed, I. Sapetta. Third row: |. Barber, D. Kressin, R. Carr, W. Dorr, D. Kersten, N. Firing, D. Gottschalk, B. Bertram, L. Schuerman. K. Chilson, M. Hill, . ' •. Uehling, I). Moore S. Fortney, E. Machell, J. Kress, J. Carmen, J. Rosenthal, L. Winters, N. Slocumb. Fourth row: |. Ausland, }. Richmond, M. Buelow, J. Schurpit, M. Timmerman, M. O ' Connor, N. Norris, H. Roberts, B. Bauer, M. Beers, L. Burmeister, M. Kynaston, A. Swanson, R. Romoser, P. Perkins, B. Levinberg, R. Biller, J. BischorT, C. Learned, .V. Buffham, J. Wiedephul. Fifth row : M. Nicl.i, C. Kresheok, L. Hahn. J. Schlichting, P. Whitworth, F. DeLorme, M. Kuchma, R. Ninow, M. Sprecher, C. Kempa, 1.. Good, 1). Rosenweig, C. Schwann, M. King, J. Newman, N. Wackman, E. Tuhtar, D. Anderson. ]. Schel- lin, I. St: nder. •- 9 9 , First row: R. Gangstad, M. Murkland, M. Davy, R. Hildebra Hay, P. O ' Brien, E. Rohr, P. Cunningham, I. Minkowski Second row: J. Verwey, N. Birkett, R. Litrenta, B. Ansfield, dent), J. Appenzellar (Fellow), S. Kretche (Vice President), (Judicial Chairman), J. Schroeder, P. Von Treha, S. Renter, Third row: M. Wilson, B. Hess, N. Vivian, C. Bolles, V. Vieth, J. Shuman, J. Bittrick, D. Busse, M. Schirle, O. Willgrubs Fourth row: A. Stair, J. Chapman, D. Gunther, M. Fink, D. Myers, R. Newman, M. Franz, C. VanderholT, R. Holmes, Fifth row: B. Hollett, C. Sundt, M. Leverich, 15. Archer. B. J. Weber, D. Geenen, C. Gebhard, P. Warburg, B. fansen, nd, J. Meyer, C. Miller, 11. Laue, M. Stensvad, L. Hanson, 1!. L. Johnson. J. Maegli (Social Chairman), [. Sigwalt (Presi- M. DufTv (Treasurer). D. Anderson (Secretary), L. Ximmcr M. Freed. B. Miller, J. Simmons, L. Atkins, ( ' . Swanson, J. Tlefenthaler, L. Melberg, E. Walker, A. Berry. J. Kersten. Anderson, B. Kahn, A. Segall, 1). Roegner, B. Kissinger, S. N. Hillyer, J. Engclland, |. Harper, M. Hengst, I. Church. Riesling, N. Ison. D. Reith, M. Behrens, J. Hocnig. P. Powell, R. Wollersheim, II. Rueter. UNIT 11 EXECUTIVE BOARD First row: I. Evans i I reas urer ). 1 I. Voigl tarj ). f. iannon ( |ud cial Chairman). I row: I ' . Prut 1 1 mi I). I Sigwalt (Unit II). I ' .. ' I hompson I I nil III ). S. Schroeder (Unit IV , Y. Cartiei | Unit V). Third row: B [obey (AD VISOR), R. M.irsh l President I, • Sanders i Vici President I, 1 ' .. Rog (ADVISOR i. First row: J. Schuyler (Fel- low— Unit I). K. Ann- strong (Fellow — Unit II), B. Tobey (Fellow- Unit III), J. Appenzellat (Fellow— Unit II). Second row: ]. Novak ( Medical Fellow), Mrs. I Hill (Assistant Head Resident), Miss R. Campbell (Head Resi- dent), Miss S. Ross (Educational Advisor), B. Rogers ( Fellow — Unit I). STAFF UNIT 111 First row: B. Pelzer, J. Harris, M. Prelwitz, D. Biller, N. Shimniock, J. McGinnis, N. Flygt, P. Aim, J. Pielmeyer, B. Ar- nold, M. Statz, H. Nelson, N. Levitz, M. Fuller, E. Sigman. Second row: V. Tenuta, V. Tilly, C. Wittig, P. Colligan, R. Nichols, A. Wuestoff (Judicial Chairman), B. Day (Vice Presi- dent), B. Tobey (Fellow), 15. Thompson (President), I. Reidle (Secretary), N. Wipperman (Treasurer), M. Grimstad (Social Chairman), C. Priebe, B. Barr, R. Zeildlhack, R. Vieaux, I. Jefferys. Third row: D. Solomon, S. Bcnyas, B. Cerf, S. Toussaint, N. Barber, D. Delong, B. Sarris, P. Wuerster, D. Engler. M. Dahnke, S. Bailies, G. Sanders, F. Horten, L. Brummel, W. Wiley, C. Margoles, P. Gafke, L. Boldt. M. C. ser. B. David- oll, I. Steticr. I). Woelfel, B. Amy. Fourth row: N. Scud, M. Klement, B. Meisbauer, J. Evans, R. Marsh, V. Peck, G. Brockel, R. Fitzpatrick, M. Risley, M Cather, H. Wegener, S. Mickelson, M. Howard, A. Zeltinger, G. Miller, M. Zilisch, ). Wickham, B. Wing, M. Schawde, I). Schroeder. Fifth row: I). Kohlemberg, B. Thorson, D. Williams, R. Hemming, A. Duffy, M. Chase, L. Grimstad, B. Roegge, V. Lvne, M. Drone. M. Werner, B. (ersild. G. Koch, ). Treichel, J. Uerkert, M. Falk, M. Burdick, I. Mcjoint, R. Zucher. i - First row: N. Chandler, M. Prucha, M. Wilkins, P. Kohli, T. Kaiser, M. Heibering, M. [ohnson, !). Engholdt, II. Sh.iirr, M. Johnson, M. Carlson. Second row: S. Fogel, M. Krus, B. Render, I. Hiller. M. Barriage, H. Nelson (Secretary), B. Rasmussen (Vice President), K. Armstrong (Fellow). S. Schroeder (President), M. Smith, P. Pelikan. G. Green, J. Hartman, N ' . Eggers. Third row: C. Dance. S. Plummer, P. Halkey, J. Matzen, F. Favour. I). Silverness, F. Fein. R. McCrary, ]. l.allier. A. N ' ur viel, M. Krumm, B. Zwicky, W. Moilenen, B. Crist. Fourth row: E. Kapitz, M. Isaacs, E. Lipton, A. Seegall, D. Swartz, N. Lison, J. Kleppe, M. Faast, R. Heppe, M. Peterson, B. Schwind, B. Green, D. Slivka, C. Standish, D. Smithyman, D. Everson. Fifth row: V. Watson, J. Monroe, M. Schultz, J. Schneider, J. Van Gent, F. Aaness, I). Herding, |. Courtney, (.. Back- haul, K.. Wood, E. Brader, E. Zatlin, S. Wheeler, P. Granum, M. McNeil. I ' . Klotz. UNIT IV ' Down by the shores of Lake Mendota, Beneath the shining stars above- There stands our home of Alma Mater, The place we ' ve come to know ant) love. How dear we hold our dreams of old Liz Waters Which call to mind our many happy days How dear to us is our good old Liz Waters She ' ll linger in our hearts and thoughts always. " " . . . How dear we hold our dreams . . . " , dreams of . . . Unit IV ' s annual hopscotch tournament with Frankenburger, complete with Gibson Girl costumes, quonsel slogan, " We ' ll make hamburg- er out of Frankenburger " , . . . ami loss of the trophy . . . Big-little sister parties . . . getting used to and understanding six sets of government under one- roof . . . getting acquainted with s me ol tin Strange names and laces . . . picnics at Blackhawk and Sunset Point . . . Unit V ' s style show, a new wrinkle in exchange dinner entertainment . . . book mart . . . electioneering . . . Waiting for election returns . . . Uni; [ ' s 99 vote in fall elections . . . appearance of E.W. ofiG cial song book . . . Unit IV ' s carnival ! ;r ( ' .( ' .( ' .. . . . quiet hours . . . appearance of new Bend in laundries . . . smell -it popcorn coming from fudge kitchens . . . buzzers ringing . . . mii with " Pop " Gord n . . . red " W ' s " in di trout ol the dorm during football season . . . Blind date parties with Truax . . . hay rules . . . floor parties . . . Unit II ' s Sunday evening supper parties . . . admiring the in exhibits in the lounge gallery . . . choruses . . . date dances . . . Christmas ! rmal . . . waiting lor the phone m ring. 351 First row: |. Jensen, J. D ' Acquisto, M. Hildebrand, M. Krueger, R. Stocks, C. Sheldon, (). Tellaisha, M. Nelson, N. Gul- brandsen, S. Stoltz, J. Eisner, V. Norrman, M. Snee, S. Schmidt. Second row: A. Horvath, M. Limpert, F. Wood, C. Plotkin, K. Griswold (Secretary), L. Hansen ( T ice President), J. Schuy- ler (House Fellow), W. Cartier (President), M. Reinhardt (Treasurer), D. Johnson, S. Stueber, D. Dott, F. Hansen, E. Lipsen, E. McNeil. Third row: ). Napiecinski, M. Levy, M. Warren, M. Rendall, L. Rice, P. Pierce, H. Ziltener, V. Moe, D. Payne. L. Loomis, E. Glouderman, L. Dornbusch, M. Lao, E. Sinitsky. R. Roberts, D. Phillips, M. Hyink, J. Jensen, V. Cody, J. Wilson. Fourth row: E. Helmer, G. Carver, S. Ettenheim, M. Drekmeier, B. James, C. Bruenning, H. Lutze, B. Chumpeau, S. Cornish, F. Doland, J. Teasdale, B. Drewry, C. Brunsell, L. Culver, C. Thomas, J. Fogel, H. Piepenburg, T. Haaland, L. Peterson. Fifth row: B. Zahl, E. Korndoerfer, J. Reinhardt, J. Reinhardt, J. Voelzke, A. Silverness, J. Giese, P. Carlson, L. Schultz, J. Dobeck, B. Zoerb, J. Jenks, A. Lyon, E. Kaplan, J. Andel, B. Muth, J. Hibbard, }. Morton, L. Kressin, S. Woodhouse, L WoelfTer. UNIT V Unit V in Wiskit finals . . . birthday tea for the faculty . . . buying Coach Stuhldreher and Wade Crane for C.C.C. flunkies . . . birthday dinners . . . Forums . . . intramurals and tournaments . . . pinnings . . . engagements . . . serenades . . . Christ- mas sing in front of the fireplace . . . holiday at- mosphere complete with Christmas trees, holly, and mistletoe, created by the freshmen . . . the front doors at 12:30 on weekends . . . exam and football teas . . . guests lor Homecoming weekend . . . Saturday evening candlelight dinner . . . com- mittee meetings . . . bridge . . . the long, long walk hack home on cold days . . . 5:20 news . . . Sunday musicales . . . " table hopping " at lunch . . . The " Buzzer " every Thursday . . . store at 10:30 p.m. . . . house meetings . . . groaning bulletin boards. Snow fights between lint IV and Winslow . . . argyles . . . Unit lis quartet . . . 11:00 p.m. fire drills . . . late cards . . . the sundeck the first warm day in March . . . Senior Swingout and banquet . . . term papers . . . final exam week . . . swims from the pier. Working with leaders line Clai re Blackburn, Sigma Epsilon Sigma president . . . Peg Yils " ii, Union library chairman . . . Ruth Stocks, Wo- men ' s Commerce Club president . . . Mary Mark- ham, W.S.( .v . 5()th Anniversary chairman . . . Liz Ann Rohr, Campus Residence Halls Political Association secretary . . . Shirley Schroeder, C.C.C. women ' s d urn coordinator . . . ludv Newman, W.S.G.A. Anniversary publicity chairman . . . Virginia Tcnu ' .a, entertainmenl chairman for W.S.G.A. ' s anniversary . . . Gen; Sanders, Wiskits chairman, VV.A.A udrienne Weiss, Home- coming publicity chairman . . . " They ' ll linger in our hearts and thoughts al- ways ... " 352 k.ithnn Bryngelson. Treasurer; Patricia Stratton, President; and Shirley Sibenhorn, Social Chairman. LAN6D0N HALL I. Abe, J. Adams, M. Alfery, P. Anderson, H. Bailey, M. Bainbriilge, C. Rayton, M. Bennett, D. Berns, A. Birmingham, M. Bocmer, B. Bogie, S. Booker, R. Borchanlt, }. Boynton, E. Brennan, M. Brennan, E. Brewer, K. Bryngclson, H. Bunce, J. Bures, M. Burke, S. Campbell, P. Carolan, S. Cary, P. Clark, E. Colleas, J. Cotton, S. Cooley, N. Dautch, J. Davey, D. Davis, J. Davis, S. Day, S. Delzell, M. Dietsch, G. Donald, B. Ehmke, B. Ein- horn, A. Elkington, B. Elvis, P. Falter, D. Fehl, J. Fellows, P. Feregan, M. Figi, S. Finn, M. Fletch- er, K. Foster, P. Frazier, E. Friday, L. Friske, G. Froclich, S. Gage, C. Geniesse, A. Gerrard, L. Goodhand, M. Graham, }. Gregg, C. Griffiths, M. Grim, J. Hager, N. Hanshus, H. Harvey. |. Hei- mick, B. Herchmer, C. Hinchman, S. Hobsls- berger, D. Holly. K. Holly, B. Holm. H. Holmes. J. Hormer, A. Horst, M. Huffman, C. Hunt, E. IlifT, H. Isenberg, J. Jaeger, M. Jardin, D. [ecmen, D. Jenkins, M. Kalvelage, E. Kantor, L. Krister, P. Ken .el, P. Keskey, J. King, M. Kircher, I). Klaus, C. Kloo, J. Knapp, M. Knoke, J. Knuth, A. Kolanda, E. Koelzer, E. Kramp, H. L.iux. G. Lee, J. Leverenz, M. Lewis, F. Lexa, |. Lichten- walner, J. Lillie, P. Linck, V. Linck, M. Lindner, R. McConnell. B. McKec, H. McKcrrou, M. Mc- Neil, M. Madden, W. Madsen, M. Maney, C. Marsh, B. Martindale, E. Martini, J. Maticka, M. Mclgard, M. Mendenhall, P. Merrill, V. Miller, R. Moses, J. Murdock, D. NefT, C. Neuman, S. Nevin, E. Nuzum, P. Ohm, N. Olmsted, ). O ' Leary, M. Opitz, J. Otten, A. Otto, D. Otto, M. Pandow, P. Pauschert, 1. Peterson, G. Phillipson, R. Pine, B. Pollock, E. Potts, M. Puerner, P. Rerucha, E. Rice, M. Ries, N. Roberts, D. Robinson, G. Rogahn, C. Rogers, L. Rogers, C. Russell, P. Rust, J. Ryan, |. Sader, P. Saris, N. Sassen, P. Schaeger, B. Scheven, B. Schmeling, R. Schmidt, F. Schweikert, L. Sec- ord, A. Shoemaker, M. Shultz, S. Sibenhorn, P. Simonsen, M. Smith, B. Smith, M. Solbraa, B. Sperry, C. Stannard, D. Stedman, P. Stratton, 1. Strickler, P. Strockan, C. Studt, M. Suhr, J. Swee- ney, M. Sweeney, J. Taylor, A. Tharinger, M. Torr, V. Vautrot, E. Vide, C. Vincent. R. Voll- rath. B. Von Arx, J. Walker, P. Webb, J. Webster. R. Welle, P. Wentorf, W. Wentorf, A. West, M. Whyte, R. Willians, M. Wilsey, 1). Wilson. |. Wimmer. R. Witko, C. Wolf, J. Wolff, P. Yerly, D. Zubell. 353 First row: C. Quayle, N. Dodge, H. Waite, A. Hanson, B. Erickson, B. Jones, M. O ' Brien, R. Koepsell, N. Harris. Second row: A. Sommerfeldt, M. Felton, J. Jewell, L. Petrie, R. Dahle, R. Sorge, J. Bartlett, A. Odorico, J. Duncan, C. Sword, P. Timmerick, B. Bauman, J. Hotmar. Third row: H. Naujock, A. Esser, N. Lisi, F. Fitzpatrick, H. Schiefelbein, M. Sell, D. Franson, A. Willgrubs, P. Merriam, N. Warne, J. Brown, H. Pagenkopf, A. Bergh, C. Levenick, M. Groves, L. Olsen, G. I.awson, B. Bahr. A. Horton. Fourth row: Y. Faulkner, L. Younger, B. Miller, P. Krogwold, W. Selk, J. Herding, D. Corcoran, M. Hile, J. Bast, M. Becker, R. Meisenkothen. J. Stuckert, B. Evans, D. Nowak, D. Day, M. Amborn, P. Janda, B. Hines. NURSES DORMS Last August, as the graduating class made plans for their big day, a new class moved into the dormitory. The first evening the new students received their caps anil the ceremony was followed by a reception which was attended by the faculty. So began a new year at the dormitory. The girls were active in many functions this year. Coffee hours after each game proved to be a great success. The Nurses Dor mitory received first prize on their homecoming decora- ins. Christmas and Spring lormals were successful as were the p:n houses, sleigh rides ami picnics. In February, the dormi- bbserved its twenty-third birthday with a huge party. The ime was " Happy Holiday " and students and faculty came SSfed as a holiday. he days have been busy ones, mixed with the righl amount work and play. These days added up to a most memorable If.. So it was that the nurses did their job and still found time ,, x and have inn. Officers wire: Ethel |. ilerbst, President Vice President; Ann Odorico, Secretary; Treasurer. foyce Ann Bartlett. and l.iiut Duncan, 354 Anderson House girls began a year tilled with plans destined to keep them busy throughout the entire school term. Wiskits. formats, and campus activities were all successful because sev- enteen lively co-eds were willing to live up to their motto " I " cooperation. " Beside their interests in the numerous campus projects, many ol the girls are employed at University jobs the) all work together at " Andy " House to make life in operative the best ever. Hut work and play become tw much fun when good friends are together. There are both Home Ec and Hill girls to keep the c sation at the dinner table lively and interesting. Home Ec claim .1 goodly share as students, among them Louise- Lois Wuerch, Joyce and Delores Tenpas, and Hlmyra ane bel Baumann. The Tenpas anil Baumann sisters are also bers ol 4-H and Blue Shield while Joyce and Lois are affil with Phi Upsilon Omicron. Lois also belongs to Omicron Nu and is a member ol the Mortar Board. Officers were: Joyce Tenpas, President; Delores Tenpas, Vice President; Louise Porter, Secretary: and Rita Grant. Treasurer. ANDERSON HOUSE First r : A. Porter. I). Tenpas, B. Eisenman, M. Van Hulle, R. Grant, P. Peterson. Second row: J. Tenpas, E. Baumann, V. Morris. Third row: !• ' . Steed, M. Baumann, M. Stanton, L. Porter, M Loeffler, B. Meythaler, |. Domkc, L. Wuerch. 355 First row: M. Zitirin. L. Rose, M. Levy, A. White, M. Nuttelman. Second row: 15. Olson, C. Bloch, N. Joseph, A. Cooper-Smith, B. Lustfield, Mrs. J. Wilk (Housemother), S. Bkimenthal, J. Jones, J. M.ir.uhow sky, A. Carlson. Third row: M. Eber, S. Abramowitz, I. Cadden, V. Kleinberg, R. Dorn, J. Karshmer, E. Perlmutter, T. Winokour, L. Jorgens, C. Bakke. Fourth row: I.. Cranovsky, C. Siker, L. Mandelker, B. Bein, A. Meyer, N. Lev, J. Wexler. M. Oherst, J. Kcllv. ANN-X Registration week found old members of the Ann-X busy with freshman orientation while new members successfully orientated themselves at a well-attended open house. Social activities got off to a somewhat dubious start when an inopportune snow storm ruined the plans for a hay ride party. Hut a blazing fire in the hearth ami ample entertainment prov- ed to be the makings of a successful plaid shirt party. The Ann-X also had an open house during Homecoming, and par- ticipated in Winter Carnival. Members of the house were active in Hand, Orchestra, Hoof- ers, W.SXJ.A., Hillel, and Orchesis. Leah Mandelker was Vice [President of [unior Orchesis. Marilyn Ziffrin was Chairman of tlie Union Concert Committee. Officers were: Charlotte Siker, President; foyce Wexler, Vice President and Treasurer; Amy White, Secretary; and Sandra Blumenthalj Social Chairman. 356 Traditionally, a party started the year ' s activities, first, to wel- come the newcomers and secondly, to rechristen 211 Langdon as " Bend View " . Intramural games met with high enthusiasm, receiving en- couragement horn Physical Ed Club Treasurer, Char Eckes. Volleyball players placed in the semi-hnals, and our teams ran up high scores in basketball and bowling. Charming hostesses Barbara Cooper and Melva Acey ably took care of [nitrons at the Georgian drill and Kennedy Manor. Professional sororities claimed three of the girls. Hetty Hocrl is a member of Alpha Delta Thcta, medical technicians ' soro ty, and Ruth Anne Rubin and Cecilia Amend belong to Chi Thcta, commerce sorority. YMCA-YWCA Internation Committee worker, Jean Buchmillcr, was really kept busy wit her committee work, while outdoor sports consumed much the time of the girls with Hoofers claiming main ' . Just billing their time, first semester freshmen, Ruth Anne Bentson, Mary Axotis and Dolly Schurger, took lessons from their upper-classmen in the knack of participating in extra- curricular activities anil keeping up with school work. Officers were: Cecilia Amend, President; Barbara Cooper, Secretary-Treasurer; and Helen Whitman, Social Chairman. BEND VIEW First row: B. Long. S. Barrett, K.. Marsh, J. Bartling. Second row: B. Cooper, M. Axotis, P. Hennessy, B. Hoerl, R. Rubin, H. Whitman. Third row: J. Buchmillcr, R. Bentson. E, Mcnncn, D. Schurger, C. Amend, M. Acey, C. Eckes. 357 First row : R. Andren, V. Ergang, M. Davis, R. Miles, F. Flodstrom, M. Rajek. Second row: V. Oehlberg, R. Golub, L. Euler, F. Bradburn, S. Baker, J. Shew, M. Scheele, A. Morrill, H. Waples. Third row: M. Reich, M. Carlson, P. Porter, J. Holthaus, R. Bernstein, Miss Irene Bradford (Housemother), J. Carelli, J. Northcliffe, M. Saecker, M. Hug. BRADFORD HOUSE Bradford House greeted the Centennial Year and its eight seniors with a full program of work and fun. Our Hallowe ' en costume party was a pronounced success with " Rosemary " ' Ra- ek, " Box " Kelch, and those sweethearts Micky and Jinny add- ing their originality. Football game weekends, exams, part time- work and our Christmas Party planned by Pat, Rose and Rcrnie, led up to the holiday season. Our laundry cases were sometimes late, but always held enough to tide us over exam times. The students at Wisconsin High towered over Jan as she and Shirley and Vi attended regu Jarly. We ' ll miss Fran and Joyce, the inseparables, our red-headed [ary Jane, our artists, Geta, Laurie and Mary Lou. We ' ll miss lie girls in the triple, Millie, Jessie and Jeanne, and those starch- ed white uniforms of Ruth and Audrey. We ' ll miss our seniors and they ' ll miss us. We ' ll miss a wonderful housemother, Miss Bradford, and all the girls who made our year in Bradford House memorable. Officers were: Shirley Baker, President; fan Shew, Secretary- Treasurer; Frances Bradburn, Buttons; and Jan Shew. Social ( Ihairman. 358 Cochrane- House, .it the corner of Frances and Langdon Streets, was the scene of much social and extra-curricular ac ty, and, once in a while, hook learning. Mama Varneyj intramural chairman, kept us m shape for volleyball, howl and basketball tournaments in Lathrop Hall. Lee Baten with the help of our imaginative forces, planned parties clever slants, including an open house, a sweater party at HI hawk Lodge ami a Christmas formal. Extra-curricularly speaking, Rosemary Bare, lola Goldl ami Betty Scheppke were sparkplugs on the Union Ga Committee at the Union. We participated in Wiskit try and, although we didn ' t gel any farther, it was fun while it la ed. More productive was our theme " Bringing Home t Bacon ' ' which brought home third prize for us at Homecoj ing. Marion Snowdcn got a head start on the practice tea by teaching a zoology lab. Besides freshmen and former students, we had in our a couple of transfers from Milwaukee Extension. Officers were: Alsora Arnold, President; Jean Thomas, Treas- urer; Aletha Rateman, Social Chairman; and Beverly Moore, Housefellow. COCHRANE HOUSE First row: A. Arnold, A. Bateman, J. Thomas. B. Moore. Second row: B. Hammond, M. Harker. ' .. Zentz, 15. Scheppke, A. Quermann, M. Snowden, R. Struensee. Third row: I). Logemann, M. Siggelkoe, B. Greeley, A. Magnin, R. Bridenhagui. I. Goldbeck, V. Costea. Fourth row: M. Hare, M. Kr.iu -c. M. Freeze, E. Heinen, R. Schumacher, R. Bare, P. Mason. Fifth row: M. Drummond, |. Wilcox, J. Holada, M. Varney, D. Lepak. 359 First row: S. Busse, R. Riley, K. Cartier, Mrs. Davenport (Housemother), P. Myhre, J. Stokke. E. Sherwitz. Second row: M. MacMahon, J. Schultz, D. Stielow, B. Bell, E. Schmitz, L. Becker. DAVENPORT HOUSE An infant among Independent Women ' s Organized Houses, Davenport House has existed only two years. Thirteen girls, in- cluding five seniors, have a wide diversification of majors and interests. Evelyn Sherwitz, senior Home Ec major representing our domestic interests, uses her kitchen art in our own kitchen. Our cultural interests, music and art, are represented by Joan Stokke " kqa Lydia Becker. Joan, in Music School, sings in A Capella Choir and is a member of Sigma Alpha Iota. Lydia, majoring n Art History, worked on a committee for the Independent omen ' s Winter Formal. Technical interests arc represented ig jgip Schultz and Phyll Myhre, senior Med Techs ami both ThX-rs of Alpha Delta Theta. Phyll is also an Alpha Xi Delta orks on the Badger. Kathryn Cartier, sophomore Med ' I Vclt, v o ikc. I mi orientation. Our variety ol Hill majors m eludes Alpha Phi Ann Rusch, Soc; Betty Bell, senior Econ; Reva Riley and Delores Stielow, English; Eleanora Schmitz, Math; Shirley Busse and Melba MacMahon, History. .House special activities included an open house, fudge par- ries, Christmas party, and knitting klutches. Besides maintain- ing high scholastic averages and social ami campus activities, many of the girls work. Officers were: Phyllis Myhre, President; Kathryn Cartier, Vice President and Social Chairman; Joan Stokke, Secretary and Treasurer. m,.i This semester Dover ' s living room was brightened by the addition of a very welcome ornament — that shiny gold cup won as a first prize for Homecoming decorations. It was well worth the sacrifices involved as Judy Pmzan (minus a pair of stadium hoots) will tell you. Other permanent fixtures ol Dover ' s living room include the bridge table, where Helene Morris, Nina Gallin, [anel Mahler (with fiance Ralph Reynolds kibitzing over her shoulder), and lean (call me Einstein) Salmon were usually congregate!, swearing at each other ' s mistakes. Also to be found on Dover unpredictable premises were Rhoda Weissner and Joe Richarq looking into each other ' s eyes, while Klayne Diamond, Barhar; Klausner, Sunny Wein, and Joyce Brock looked at Rlioda ' s diamond ring and wondered. From the very first water-tight, when " Pinky " Prothero am " Johnny " fohnston showed the upper classmen that freshmet wouldn ' t he kicked around, to the last wee hours when Judy Hershcopf used to come home from the Cardinal office drench- ed in the delicate stench of printers ' ink, Dover House hail a lively semester. Officers were: Merry Marx, President; Janet Mahler, Vice President; Joan Sabin, Secretary; ami Jean Salmon, Treasurer. DOVER HOUSE First row: C. Prothero, N. Lhormcr. ). Pruzan, B. Klausner, L. Stoumc n, S. Wein, T. Eisen, E. Eiwen, L, Martin. Second row: P. Pfeifler, F. Fried, J. Salmon, J. Sabin, M. Marx, J. Mahler, E. Diamond, f. I lershcopf, M. Friedlander, (i. Wax man. Third row: N. Gallin, V. Johnson, J. Brock. M. Sainer, D. Berg, R. Christiansen, (;. Schultz, (i. Goldman, C. Ten Eyck, M. Schmidt. P. Riley. Fourth row: R. Weissner. H. Morris, M. Zentner, R. Balansky, S. Lotwin, M. Hexter, P. Mover, J. Damrow, J. Kissel. I.. Smith, P. Gombincr, J. Braun. 361 First row: (i. Mackrie, C. Skalitzky, S. Rose, A. Turner, G. Nettum, J. Hoyer, R. Axtell, S. Dibble. Second row: E. Berry, M. Schaldach, M. Rettinger, J. Sullivan, F. Abraham, Mrs. Irene Mickelson (Housemother), H. Liener, D. Barry. M. Hoppe. Third row: R. Rowe, P. Peterson, A. Mueller, B. Olson, H. Gunderson, D. Strandberg, A. Dahlke, D. Rhode, J. Nielsen, D. Stolt, D. Aldworth, M. Dopp, E. Meier, R. Krummenacher, I. Smith, E. Siegel. FIVE-FIFTEEN HOUSE The girls of 515 House were welcomed not only by a refur- nished recreation room anil kitchen but by a new housemother, Mrs. Irene Mickelson, who has won the hearts of all by her display of interest and cooperation . . . The " W " was dusted off and presented as our contribution toward the victorious Home- coming . . . Hilda Liener supervised the social activities which included a Christmas party and other events of the year . . . The campus all-girl orchestra was ably led by Fern Abraham who was professionally known as Fern Lamont. Upon reading the roster, one found, though Wisconsin held thy majority, representatives from Baltimore, Pennsylvania, Long Island, and South America. Joviality and good fellow- ship were ever present, magnified during individual culinary pursuits in our kitchen, and often Rennie ' s tempting proximity overcame us. The gray stucco house between Rennie ' s and Langdon Hall on North Lake will long remain in the memories of its past occupants, due not only to its location midst the throes campus activities, but also because ol many pleasant hours ol anionship and association. Officers were: Fern Abraham, President; Hilda Liener, Social Chairman; and [uanita Sullivan, Treasurer. 362 It is not hard for one to tell which house on Langdon Street is the Georgian House. It has four slender white pillars reach- ing up to the second floor. But outside of its name and exterior, any resemblance to the " deep South " is purely coincidental. The thirty-three girls come from all points of the compass. In the school year, 1947-1948, Georgian won the Independent Women ' s volleyball championship, tried out for Wiskits, . nA sculptured a wreath of peace for the ice carnival. Individual members have brought honor to the house by becoming met bers of honorary societies. Cynthia Nagel was admitted to th honorary educational sorority of Pi Lambda Theta and Helen Smith was made a member of Sigma Lambda, professional art sorority. Two of the girls were on Union Committees; Shirley Diamond was a member of the Dance Committee anil tht House Committee, and Gloria Fishkin was a member of the Forum Committee. Southern hospitality was evidenced by numerous " after the game " open house parties, an informal party held in the fall, Georgian ' s annual Christmas Party for underprivileged chil- dren, and a spring formal. Officers were: Cynthia Nagel, President; Barbara Diamond, Secretary; Lois Satt, Treasurer; and Helen Smith and Tommy Ross, Social Chairmen. GEORGIAN HOISE First row: S. Diamond, R. Rubinstein, M. Everston, L. Satt, B. Diamond, D. Matosoff, G. Metz. Second row: G. Fishkin, R. Carch, H. Smith, C. Nagel, Mrs. M. Canner (Housemother), ]. Merritt, C Schiffcr, T. Ross, E. Gatyas. Third row: A. Kaufmann, S. Zander. A. Larson, M. Larson, J. Kaswell, R. Erickson, C. Bloomenthal, II. Sluisk . 11. Stern, S. Friedman, H. Weinstein, (i. ( iartenberg, C. Ruben, I. Wetzler, A. Goldberg. m First row: J. Evenson, J. Brown, N. Collier, R. Kaplan, M. Hayashi, H. Rosenberg, J. Kubota. Second row: B. Harris, J. Oliver, N. Egan, B. Spry, ]. Grudin, R. Hecht. Third row: E. Waldo, D. Abrams. Fourth row: E. Kuzahara, B. Collins, R. Levin, F. Frye, M. Reith, J. Hyde, B. Capers, A. Durr, C. Garst, A. Tobison, E. Yabs, S. Huskins, V. McGary, K. McGary. GROVES CO-OP This year the girls from Groves Co-op celebrated their fifth year of inter-racial and inter-religious living. The experience of living together co-operatively, pampering the furnace ami scrubbing floors, was new for many of the Groves girls, but they have found fellowship, intellectual stimulation, as well as laughter and fun. Groves is more than just a place to live. In its self-govern- ment, the girls regulate their own discipline, finances, and do their own maintenance work. The Educational ami Social Com- mittees have rounded out a program that includes movies and iscussions centered about co-ops and world events ami prob- lems. The social program includes participation in the Univer- sity Sing, special Sunday night sings, a faculty tea, and an open ouse. The versatile Groves girls have participated in student gov- ernment, W.A.A., Y.W.C.A., N.A.A.C.P., N.S.A., Orchesis, ookrs, political organizations, and the scholastic race. Groves Stands second in scholarship among the women ' s houses. Among the twenty-eight " co-operators " there are members of Green Lantern Co-op, Wesley Co-op, Baptist Co-op, and Catho lie Co-op. Officers were: Betty Spry, President; |oan Oliver. Secretary; ami Bonnie Hancock, Treasurer. ■;m From September to June, Hampton House girls were busy participating in many phases ol campus activities and building a name for their house. An attractive Homecoming display was created by Hamp ton ' s art enthusiasts; volleyball intramural finals were attained by the more athletic element: " The Inst Years of Our Lues " was the effective theme of the hrst house parts ' . Special thanks to Korky and Elaine lor their indispensable help on all com- mittees. Now, a line or two about Hampton celebrities . . . Sally bar nett held the title of Chairman of the Independent Women ' Association . . . Ronnie Novick promised to be an up and com- ing Wisconsin Player and WHA Player . . . Dottie DeYoung was Wisconsin ' s choice for the 4-H Club ' s scholarship contest . . . Dottie Matiak sang in the University chorus . . . Dorry Pol- lock was one of the chairmen of CCC and Promotions Chair man of the Independent Women ' s Formal . . . Elaine Schwartz, House President, saw that all ran smoothly at Hampton Honse, and became a WHA Player on the side. The prevailing friendly spirit and cozy atmosphere of Hamp- ton House gave the girls and their guests a feeling of belonging. Officers were: Elaine Schwartz, President; Rose Valereius, Vice President; Joanne Helfaer, Secretary-Treasurer; and Renec Kohrman, Social Chairman. HAMPTON HOUSE First row: V. Schnur, L. Moore, H. Newman, R. Kohrman, E. Nemschofl, C. Fein, M. Breimeister, |. 1 [elfaer. Second row: D. Matiak, A. Barkin, D. Pollock, J. Gessert, Mrs. Anna Silverman (Housemother), E. Schwartz, B. Novick. [. Kits. M. Baylinson. Thinl row: |. Kravit. N. Buhai. A. Zwicker, R. Valerius, I). DeYoung, P. Hour. B. Smart. 11. Ilillikcr, P. Wagner, J. Hickey, M. Ycrshuri-. Fourth row: H. Bailin, M. LaPidus, |. Grossman, A. Hankoff, S. Barnett, I). Fine, T. [archin, K. Sklair, M. Zerler. ftyo n 365 First row: J. Goelz, B. Bigelow, H. Eddy, P. Hachstafl. Second row: M. Mack. E. Gunderson, C. Panetti, Mrs. A. Jordan (Housemother), M. Benson, A. Toporski. I). Kimhal Third row: M. r an Gisen, I). Klein, F. Wellington, P. Klein, J. Jones, B. Tiedeman, B. Ferber, P. Erlandson. JORDAN HOUSE A genuine love for the out-of-tloors, a party spirit, and scholas- tic efforts set the keynote for the activities of our house this year. Hoofers was the main attraction for the majority of the girls. Mickie Wellington was Social Chairman tor the club and Chairman of Snow Rail, Dorothy Klein became Chairman in - harge of Plaid Shirt Week, Pat Klein headed the Campus Ice rlftilpturing Contest, and Marilyn Van Gisen participated in JHi vVintcr Ice Cabaret. There was active and enthusiastic par — ij.-i atihp in almost any phase of the club from skiing, riding, sailing, skating and tobogganing to weekend outings when the lonned their blue jeans and outdoor clothes for trips to Lake, Blue Mounds or ( ' actus Bluff « lining a close second to Hoofers were the activities ol ( Economics clubs. Elva Gunderson and Mildred Benson were (nembers ol Euthenics, Blue Shield, and Phi Upsilon Omi fessional Home Kconomics sorority. Barbara Bigelow both the University band and Orchestra, while Carol i and fanettc [ones became members ! Sigma Epsilon Sigma. Officers were: Mildred lington, Vice President. Benson, President .in Mickie Wei 66 It was a long and eventful year for the girls at kcttcrer House I. For six oi the twenty-seven girls, il was the last. These six will be able to take awa with them main lond memories of good times spent at the house. There was (he Homecoming Tea with all the alums back in our midst. During Heart Sister Week there was so much guessing as to who our secret heart sister might be. And lastly, the early morning breakfast at Easter brought the house together as one to celebrate the day; The interests of the girls vary. There is representation in the University Band, A Capella Choir, the Union Dance ComrAjfc tee, church groups, and various campus clubs. Six schools of University have girls from the house as students. Illinois, Pet svlvania, Utah, as well as Wisconsin, have coin rib share to the membership of the group. Yet with all of interests and backgrounds of the girls, they all feel and act as one for the hou se. Officers were: Jean Kinzler, President; and Margaret Joy, Social Chairman. RETTERER HOUSE I First row: S. Teifert, J. Austin, A. Prestegard, B. Gehrs. A. Jochem, E. Slaymaker, L. Mickclson, B. Hill. G. MacDonald. Second row: J. Fossem, R. Thornton. M. Hillis, M. Joy, ]. Kinzler, M. Stewart. J. But , G. Mueller. M. Thines. Third row: G. Dohse, P. Poehler, D. Brandt, H. Timbers, B. Pake. F. Linn. F. Schurch, H. Mudic. 367 First row: K. Kohler, D. Eckert, V. Cisler, W. Glynn, E. Evans. Second row: |. Clarke, R. Stankevitz, M. Bergman, V. Dillenbeck, J. Mellinger, L. Miller. Third row: H. Gibbon, R. Stevens. H. Billings, G. Schubring, M. Billings, P. Garside, M. Picard, J. Knetzger, M. Edwards. KETTERER HOUSE II Something new was added to Ketterer House. The fall of ' 47 saw eight new gi rls moving into 620 Langdon. Violet Cisler antl Gloria Schubring, transfers from Carroll College, Phyllis (Jar- side, and the Billings sisters added their names to the already long list of Home Ec majors. (oan Knetzger found many future teachers to chum with and Marilyn Bergman discovered other English majors, including Janie Mellinger, our embryo author. Louise Miller ' s organizing powers were recognized and she was elected president for her first year at Kettercr ' s. Many Ketterer girls were kept busy by church activities this year. Perhaps the most outstanding of this group was Janet ike, who is an Elder at Presbyterian Student Center and o left in January for Hartford Seminary. Wayland Club had o ardent supporters in Ruby Stankevitz and Marilyn Berg- an. And Lynn Edwards offered her talents to the Wesley Ter girls aren ' t going through school the easy way, they k. Some ol ur girls have interesting ways ol earning loney; we have a switchboard operator, a nurse, a librarian, a ab worker, and waitresses. Officers Were: Louise Miller. cial Chairman. lit; and Janet Clarke. So m.S An active year closed for Lake Lawn House, and it tore oil the June page of the calendar with the sense of a year well spent. A busy round of house parties, participation in campus events, and individual activities were chalked up. In the Union, Darlenc Apple managed Pop Concerts; Donna Grossman and Sally Green held down Dance Committee sub chairmanships, while the latter also worked on News Bureau with Elaine Schwarzbach. Rozanne Ohsman was on Music Committee, and Elaine Eisenstein, Audrey Hen ion. Alyce Demhufsky, and Lucy Green functioned on the Dance Co mittee with Claire Berland representing Theater Committee Lucy Green and Donna Grossman became members of P: Chi, and Elaine Schwarzbach was elected to Theta Sigma PI Rozanne Ohsman and Claire Berland held Badger editorship and Hinda Raskin worked on a Student Board committee. Seventeen seniors wadeil the last mile to June and AugusT graduations as the house hade them .1 regretful farewell BB looked forward to a new crop of girls as active as the exitees. Officers were: Barbara Einklestein, President; Donna Gross- man, Social Chairman; Bunny Paschen, Secretary; and Elaine Eisenstein, Treasurer. LAKE LAWN HOUSE First row: C. Berland, J. Price, R. Krasno, G. Rice, H. Shefrin, M. JatTe. Second row: A. Marcus. E. Friedman, E. Eisenstein, I). Grossman, Mrs. Rose Rosenthal (Housemother), B. Finklcstein, I!. Paschen, N. Straus, D. Apple, M. Bishoff. Third row: R. Ohsman, M. Singer, H. Lutske, C. Silverman, H. Shapiro. L. Braun, E. Rat . A. Mindell, F. Morns. F. Sehwarzbach, E. Sernovitz. A. Dembufsky, A. Benzion, G. Cohan, Fourth row: M. Holman. A. Present. I.. Green, B. Krasno, H. Baskin. H. Weinstein, F. Samet, F. ReilTel, B. Ltlbotsky, C. Kerns, L. Coplan. 369 First row: A. Schmitz, J. Widule, D. Jacobson, P. Seng, L. Lasssrson, J. Ottenstein, B. Pearlman, B. Bubolz. Second row: K. Tokunaga, E. Goldwasser, L. Herbst, Mrs. Miller (Housemother), D. Olsen, D. Woehler, B. Travers. Third row: R. Borst, ]. Kamrath. Fourth row: H. Abelson. L. Saviet, M. Ramsey, L. Nes, E. Blatsky, J. George, N. Reynolds, }. Snowhook, R. Lewis, M. Zabar- sky, E. Van Stelle, I. Friedrichs, B. Klabouch. LANGDON MANOR Langdon Manor ' s most thrilling event of the year wasn ' t the successful open house or the big Halloween party. It was that 12-minute phone call from New Zealand which Rriony Travers received on her birthday. The big moment of the vear came for Harriet Abelson, Doris Jacobson, Rhoda Lewis, Lenny Saviet, and Marian Zabarsky when they were graduated in February. June graduates were Roma Rorst, Edythe Cohen, kandyfean Ottenstein. Loraine Lasserson said " Goodbye " to the se in favor of a September wedding. Our most active Wisconsin Player was Muriel Burksen, who as in several studio plays. Edythe Cohen played in " The airy Ape, " and both were heard frequently on WHA. Hoof- s ' publicity chairman. Iris Friedrichs, heaved a big sigh when e Winter Carnival was over. Roommate and fellow Hoofer. aine Van Stelle, shared her headaches. Roma Borst com- Med her second year as an undergraduate " profesora " in the anish Department. j,ven more well known was the " Polar Hare " club, whose embers were the List swimmers in Lake Mendota in Novem- «»l 4 ' 4 h!ascv ami the lirst in March. Officers were: Dorothy Olsen, ( ' resident ; Lucy Herbst. Treas urer; Evelyn foldwasser, Secretary; and lean ( )ttenstein, 1 louse Manager. 570 Thoughts of ' 47- ' 48 within the walls t Lincoln Lodge arc tilled with the memories of fun, life, and laughter. Informal get-togethers and after-the-game cider and doughnut parties were climaxed by a Fireman ' s Ball, the erlects ol which still have not cooled. All such activities took place under the able direction of Social Chairman Dotty Akelman. Whether the temperature falls to twenty degrees below zero or rises to twenty above, Lincoln Lodge still carries the rem- nants of last Fourth of July upon its wall. In spite of a knitting brigade ami a season of many pinnings, serenades, and engagement rings, the girls have not yet beco: completely domesticated. Wisconsin Players, Cardinal Boatt Union Committees, ami the University Chorus and Orchestra have seen the active Lincoln Lodgers for a good part of the year, Cirls ol the Lodge look forward to the new year wi plans of still bigger and better times for all. Officers were: Barbara Schwid, President; Svdelle Pollack, Vice President; Ruth Bensinger and Muriel Kesselman, Treas- urers; ami Dorothy Akelman and Norma Tripp, Social Chair- men. LINCOLN LODGE First row: S. Chivian, A. Bodzin, S. Schneider. ). Greenberg, G. Green. E. Bernstein, F. Chibnik, I. Frankel. Second row: 1- Shlar, R. Gollay, M. Lurie, I ' . Chez, S. Pollack. Mrs. S. Kailin (Housemothei ). I ' .. Schwid, I). Akelman, R. Bensinger, II. Victor, F. Oshansky, li. Lesser. Third row: H. Appel, |. Newberger, B. Shapiro, N. Tripp, B. Miller, H. Smith, I.. Holbert, S. Kessler, B. Punyon M. Lip- kin, F. Kessler. I- ' ourth row: C. Schapiro, K. Gendick, P. Smith, B. Deutch, M. Small. A. Mueller. S. Marchowsky, 1. Popuch, X. Wach- holder, M. Kesselman, M. Perle, C. Bloom. 371 First row: B. Askotzky, S. Berman, R. Kolkey, A. Rosenberg, H. Erbstein, B. Levine, S. Kondritzer. A. Silverman. G. Bass, M. Moshcr. Second row: C. Kampel, J. Glickstein. R. Frost, L. Levy, M. Jacobson, J. Sehwager, Mrs. R. Benjamin (Housemother), S. Grombacher, ). Barr, B. Shlensky. S. Schecter. S. Larkey. J. Kurman, C. Weinberg. Third row: R. Siegal. J. Skowron, M. Miller, B. Nusbaum, R. Eisenberg, D. Natoviih. M. Berg, R. Rose, E. Aronson, H. Ber- kowitz. SHORELAND HOUSE Campus activities were represented in the house by a mem- ber of the Publicity Committee for the Campus Community Chest, the Publicity Chairman for Shuffle Shop, a member of the committee for promotion of the Women ' s Independent Formal, two members of the Music Committee, anil an Orchesis dance group member. Two of the girls were awarded member- in the Freshman honorary sorority. One of the two was ed secretary of the organization. use social functions throughout the year included open s, coffee hours, ami blue jean parties. As a repeat of last 1 the girls held a kiddie birthday party for themselves. The qmst treasured event was the forma] dinner-dance held in hi uary. Shoreland and Tower View shared the planning, expense, .iii.l Inn h ii ill. .Ml. hi . The girls, inspired by (he ardent and numerous freshmen in the house, were definitely all out for the Badger teams and helped support the teams in rain or shine at every game ami meet. Officers were: Sue Grombacher, President; Betty Lue Levine, Vice President; Shirlee Schecter, Secretary; ami Judv Glick- stein, Treasurer. S7J Its forty-one members again striving to keep the house ' s tra- dition. Tower View enjoyed another year oi harmony climaxed by the joinl ' lower Vicw-Shoreland winter formal at the Park Hotel, January 9. T. V. girls rummaged through Home Ec remnants for the basic materials of their Dogpatch party costumes. Li ' l Abncrs. Hairless |oes, and Mammy Yokums all tiled through the por- tals of 130 Langdon Street, while wolf girls featured m the entertainment sent fear through the hearts of all eligible bachelors. T. V. girls defeated Phi Sigma Delta ' s eleven by a score of 21 to 0. Though battle scars achieved on the gridiron lingered for a time, the team deemed the victory " well worth it. " Typical co-eds, the girls also extended aid to the world ' s fortunate. Two packages a month are being sent throv C.A.R.E. to European families by Tower View. Instead of celebrating at a Christmas party, the girls collected the money that would have been spent and donated it to the Children ' s ( hthopedic Hospital. Officers were: Mollie Lea Michael, President; Saretta Hol- man, Vice President and Treasurer; and Lorraine Sisselman, Secretary. t v in TOWER VIEW First row: J. Rosenthal, C. Rubnitz, A. Dworkus, B. Ross, R. Lcvous, R. Goldwasser, E. Miller, J. Rodin, S. Weiss. Second row: f. Siegal, G. Sedlet, E. Rakita, B. Boym, M. Michael, Mrs. H. H.ilperin (Housemother), S. Holman, F. Katz, S. Apple, ]. Chemerow, P. Reinheimer. Third row: I.. Emerman, C. Tiet, ]. Baskin, B. Singer, R. Rozumuff. J. Goldsmith, M. Milavetz, E. Roud, S. Kaiser. J. Ilium. 1. K.imiiK.1. Fourth row: R. Goodman, I. Fishman, I). Rothman, F. Cohen, B. Wick, L. Sisselman, E. Dcutsch, A. Tolkin, G. Hurwitz, N. Schefrin. 373 First row: I). Shimon, P. Tempkin, M. Golper, M. Salinsky, E. Pollay, F. Abclson, B. Mechanic. R. Agulnick, J. Mendeloff, K. I lolzrnan. Second row: S. k.isi, F. Kristal. H. Wirpel, R. Gwirtzman, Mrs. L. Fieldman (Housemother), L. Frankenbush, A. Lazarus, A. Baygell, V. Schram, N. Schuster. Third row: R. Savat, ]. Hammes, A. Marcus, S. Shaskan, R. B;rkowitz, J. Telser, E. Cohn, C. Urich, R. Kupsick, A. Cohen, li. Paschen, R. Ehrman, C. Berliant, D. Slovan. Fourth row: M. Schwid, J. Wolpert, I). Merling, f. Schuster, P. Craig, P. Gorenstein, C. Prest. A. Buckstein. D. Diamond, J. Kadin, S. Arenson, S. Kopald, R. Spector. VICTORIA HOUSE Victoria House greeted its returning occupants this year with the " New Look " after it had been redecorated over the sum- mer. At a combined house warming and open house, the girls welcomed in the new year ' s activities, both scholastic and social. Several of the girls were prominent in campus activities. Rita Gwirtzman was Entertainment Chairman of the Inde- pendent Women ' s Formal, and was active on the Union Music Committee. Diane Diamond and Sarah Lee Kast were mem- ol the Union Forum Committee. Anita Marcus held the ublicity Chairmanship of the Independent Women ' s Formal, clue Michaels was elected Junior Woman on Cardinal Roard and was Campus Coordinator for W.S.G.A. ' s 50th Anniver- siry. Shirley Kast edited W.S.G.A. ' s 50th Anniversary Com- memorative booklet, and was the University Editor for the ' ardnidl. Pauline Gorenstein was General Chairman of the ■pal W.S.G.A. Fashion Show. Engagemenl rings sparkled on the lingers of Beverly Paschen and Bunny Jollc, and pinnings kepi the romantic atmosphere alive al Victoria. Officers were: Rita Gwirtzman, President; Lois Franken- bush, Vice President; Norma Schuster, Secretary; Mildred Gol per, Treasurer; and Evelyn Cohn and Pauline Gorenstein, Co- Social Chairmen. 374 The Villa Maria girls began the year by pooling their ideas for open house, informal parties. Homecoming decorations and Wiskits. We started off with a bang by placing seco nd in Wis kits with a take-off on the doings of a party line. This was due largely to the able assistance ol Danne Howev. All 1 Id girls seemed to be bu . .ing in one activity or anoi Margie Rich. Justine kahn, Elaine Reichblum, and Carol were always busy backstage, and Joyce Jacobson had th in one of the " One-Acts. " Jan Hartells was busy decorating til Union for the Campacabana dances, and Lee Greenburg 1 her bands full coordinating tin dormitories for W.S.G.A Our Halloween party was a huge success. Sally Nic Social Chairman, planned a wonderful party with all the t mings — even " bobbing for apples. " The girls kept the e smiling Mrs. McCann busy at the switchboard, and drove l.evine, bousedaddy, almost crazy with demands. All in all, it was a successful year, and one well worth remembering. Officers were: Lenore Greenburg, President; Sally Nichols, Vice President; Gertrude kuehn. Secretary; ami Lois Ehren- reich, Treasurer. VILLA MARIA First row: K. Hjella, D. Jung, E. Ashworth, G. Aronson, J. Resnick, R. Rosin, J. Kortebcin, B. Demien, ). Jacobson, S. Jor- dan, J. Fine, B. Diamond. Second row: S. Shapiro. P. Schmeuszer, I). Roehr, E. Reichblum, B. Krohn, L. Ehrenreich, S. Nichols, Mrs. Eleanor McCann (Housemother), L. Greenburg, G. Kuehn, E. Birsall, L. Sampson, B. Lciderman, M. Heideman. Third row: . f. Kemmer, E. Hirsch, S. Sladky, I). Haering, ). Megow, K. McCann, ]. Star ., J. Jolidan, ]. Richter, E. Rauch- schwalbe, |. Ferris, B. Robertson, M. Bauernfeind, D. Holtz, R. Schmidt, J. Hosier. Fourth row: E. Hayms. E. SeilT, D. Trommer, A. Towne, M. Groman, M. Brown. P. Ford, I.. Trosikr. 1. Garfinkel. X. Mc- Eeod, 15. Tharaldson, G. Paris. S. Kirchman, J. Kahn. Fifth row: M. Shaw, P. Minkoff, I. Pearlman, S. Hackes, J. Onarheim, R. Cleary. G. Malone, 1. Zischke, M. Sidwell, C. Bruha, I). Howey, M. Evans. •v VI fe 375 First row: B. Erdmann, S. Manthey, L. Hertensteiner, S. Gollmar, L. Martino. Second row: S. Ludolph. I. Galo, M. Wurl, B. Hertz, J. Marsh, H. Magnusson, Mrs. J. Willison (Housemother). Third row: L. Niemer, A. Johnston, B. Truax, M. Beattie, J. Mader, L. Gelhausen, D. Crothers. WILLISON BOUSE This year the Latin Quarter in Paris has nothing on Willison House. The place is full of talent. Even Archie, Mrs. Willi- son ' s clog, will do a slow rhumba for you if he ' s humored. The real dancer at " 420, " however, is Helen Magnusson, a member of Junior Orchcsis. In almost every second room at Willison House there lives a musician or an artist. Sandra Gollmar sings with the University Women ' s Chorus, Lois ertensteiner is spending her third year playing tympani with e symphony orchestra, ami Lorraine Niemer is a band mem- ty modeling and sketching are steady diets for art majors drey Johnston anil Betty Jean Hertz. Not only are the fine ,s represented at the brown house on Lake Street. Shirley plph is a nursing major, while Joan Mader and Mary Ellen both seniors in physical medicine, can give the best ■)s available. fie, be rubs I v$i though these varied abilities keep the girls busy and forever wishing there were more than 24 hours in a day, social life isn ' t nil. One thing is certain, you won ' t find a happier bunch ol girls anywhere on the campus. Officers were: Marjorie Wurl, President; and Shirley Lu- dolph, Athletic Chairman. 376 First row: Rev. (i. " Shorty " Collins. I.. Miclke, R. Schumpert, L. Baldwin, A. Mehl, K. Goessling, B. Johnson. I. Price, S. Lotwin. Second row: E. Burrows. B. Burton, ]• ' . McCoy, M. Kamm, E. Mueller. Prof. C. Hean, A. Herman, B. Struck. |. Brown. Third cow: Rev. D. Maidand, A. Louden, Rev. H. Hetland. Rabbi T. Gordon, W. Bingham. I). Truitt. H. Maugh.in. P. Beck- strand. UNIVERSITY RELIGIOUS COUNCIL The University Religious Council is made up of student representation from the various religious groups on the campus. Two student representatives, plus a student pastor and a faculty advisor, represent each group at their regular meetings. The meetings are held at the different church centers throughout the year. The purpose the council is to hetter promote the programs and activities of the respective centers. Through a discussion of ami action on common problems. The council sponsors Religious Emphasis Week, which was held this year February 15th through 22nd. Other projects include the providing of Daily Cardinals for the infirmary, a clothing drive for Europe, and support ing of the World Student Service Fund and the Books for Peace Drive. A year around Embassy Program, which makes speakers available for dis- cussions of religious anil allied subjects in the organized student houses, has been inaugurated this year. Officers were: Arthur G. Mehl, President; See Baldwin. Vice President: Robert Goessling, Secretary; and Robert L. Schumpert, Treasurer. 377 " Thai which we have seen and heard declare we unto you, that ye also may have fellowship with us: and truly our fellowship is with the Father and with His son Jesus Christ. " I John, 1 :3. Badger Christian Fellowship, affiliated with the international Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship, is an interdenominational conservative group. The pur- pose of the hotly has been to provide fellowship among Christians and to build up this group spiritually through Bible study. At 7:00 p.m. on Monday nights members met for their weekly Bible study and hymn sing at the Union and each noon at 12:45 a prayer meeting was held at the Luther Memorial Chapel. On the social side of the Fellowship ' s calendar were a Homecoming ban- quet, picnics ami hikes through the surrounding country, informal get- togethers, and a spring retreat held with other Inter-Varsity chapters on various college campuses throughout the state. Members of Badger Christian Fellow- ship now eagerly look forward to another banner school year. Officers were: Arnold Nelson, President; Ruth Inman, Vice President; Beverly Knower, Secretary-Treasurer; Harriet Marsh, Social Chairman; and DR. ARTHUR SWANSON, FACULTY ADVISOR. BADGER CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP First row: G. Evans, K. Jarlsberg, M. Chase, K. Walberger, M. Osen, J. Lowe, C. Cluck. Second row: L. Clock, Mrs. J. Alexander, H. Marsh, R. Inman, Dr. A. Swanson, A. Nelson, B. Knower, S. Higby, L. Craig, Mrs. F. Larsen. Third row: R. Woods, K. Lindley, J. Stewart, R. Nelson, F. Larsen, G. Johnsen, H. Anderson, C. Erickson, D. Anderson, R. Hornseth. Fourth tow: G. Andrews, J. Alexander, H. Rom, C. Robertstad, D. Haist, R. Goodenough, C. Bridge, R. Owen. I nth row: C. Charlier, Mrs. I). St.irr. B. Dunn, A. Jensen, E. Blair. 378 First row: E. Preston, Pastor W. Burhop, S. Teifert, J. Hilgendorf, D. Schmitt, J. Wendorff. Second row: H. Hilgendorf, M. Skantz, L. Gcrth, E. Fager, Pastor E. Klug, E. Wuerch, C. Indermuehle, R. Wendt, A. Mueller, M. Suhr. CALVARY LUTHERAN STUDENT ASS ' N Calvary Lutheran University Church has again endeavored to offer Lutheran students of the Synodical Conference as rich and varied a program as its facili- ties would allow. The regular Sunday schedule has included two services of worshi p, an afternoon Bible study and discussion hour, a cost supper followed by a program. The evening programs have consisted of singing and games, seasonal parties, caroling, talks, moving pictures, and discussions. During the week there have been several classes devoted to the study of Christian doctrine, choir rehearsals, coffee hours, ami meetings of the Students ' Council. In the Lenten season there have also been regular Wednesday evening vesper services. Both pastors have devoted much time to counseling and to the visiting of students in their living quarters. Calvary is an all-student " congregation " sponsored by the Missouri and the Wisconsin Synods. The Rev. Win. C. Burhop has been its pastor since Febru- ary, 1937. Since January, 1947, it has also had an assistant in the person of the Rev. Eugene F. Klug, who is doing graduate work at the university. Officers were: James Hilgendorf, President; Donald Schmitt, Vice President; Shirley Teifert, Secretary; ami John Stauss, Treasurer. 379 Testimonial meetings of healing and inspiration have been held each week by the Christian Science Organization since it was founded thirty-five years ago. The Organization is a branch of The Mother Church, The First Church of Christ, Scientist, in boston, Massachusetts. During the past year our group has experienced a large growth in its mem- bership. In accordance with the provisions of the new by-laws, adopted re- cently, a Building Committee and a Welcome Committee have been added to those previously established. Our group provides the University Library with subscriptions to The Chris- tian Science Monitor, and is represented on the University Religious Council. The major activity of the past year was the presentation of a lecture on Christian Science, given January 8, by Mr. John S. Sammons, C.S., of Chicago, Illinois, a member of the Board of Lectureship of The Mother Church. At the beginning of each semester, our Religious Open House welcomes all students interested in Christian Science to share in the Organization ' s activities and progress. Officers were: David Pendleton, President; Shirley Raker, Vice President; Warren Wutke, Recording Secretary; Dorothy Cramer, Corresponding Secre- tary; Fred Bollogh, Treasurer; and Robert Ullrich and Betty Pirtle, Readers. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE First row: J. Sonnenberg, P. Salisbury, J. Sonnenberg, P. Powell, S. Powell. Second row: R. Ullrich, F. Bollogh, D. Cramer, D. Pendleton, S. Baker, W. Wutke, B. Pirde. Third row: K.. Schuerer, M. Getz, B. Cornwell, J. Arend, A. McKee, S. Allen, L. Burmeister, R. Saunier, E. Costen. Fourth row: R. Robinson, W. Bond, B. Rasmussen, C. Adler, W. Racine, W. Anderson, J. Earl, R. Coeyman. P. Wentorf, R. Kreiman, J. Arend. 380 First row: J. Willis, R. Hammerberg, G. Matthews, N. Trayser, F. Smallwood, C. Towers, R. Ritchie. Second row: A. Wade, L. Korst, M. Price. D. Trayser, S. Robinson, W. Willis, D. Albert, R. Goessling, A. Casebcer. Third row : G. Albert, M. Robinson, M. Opitz, }. Hibbard, P. Carlson, D. Plzak, M. Gehrand, P. Eves, W. Wentorff. W. Wight, W. Doudna. I. Miller, G. Elder. Fourth row: T. Jackland. (. Karch, F. Thome, A. Moyer, H. Olson, L. Fitzsimmons, F. Heinemann, D. Maitland. M. Zcas- man, T. Jones, E. Dornbush. CONGREGATIONAL STUDENT ASS ' N Congregational and Evangelical and Reformed preference stutlents at the University are ministered to through the Congregational Students Association. Regular activities centered at the Student House at 422 N. Murray included Coke n ' Conversation on Tuesdays, a discussion group on Wednesday eve- nings, and a social function on Fridays. At First Church on Rreese Terrace a student Rihle study class, morning worship service, an evening vesper service, a cost supper and program are held on Sundays. A newspaper, " The Terrace Breeze, " is published weekly to keep students in contact with one another and with important issues of the organization. Besides carrying out these regularly scheduled events, the Association strives to help students mature spiritually while they arc rapidly maturing intellec- tually. Opportunity to discuss Christian concepts with other students or with Dave (Rev. David Maitland), the student pastor. Personal counseling is sought by students trying to solve problems in light of a Christian faith. By relating itself to campus, state, national, and world problems, the Associa- tion tries to interest members in issues outside themselves and to become better acquainted with the greater Student Christian Movement. Officers were: William Willis, President; William Wight, Vice President; Ann Silverness, Secretary; and James Karch, Treasurer. 381 First row: B. Gold, N. Holman, N. Roth, L. Breitkopf, E. Bernstein, A. Freidman. Second row: F. Feiss, B. Finklestein, Rabbi T. Gordon, E. Freidman, S. Lotman, D. Berg, G. Deitch, B. Schwid, B. Gold- stein. B. Karapel, T. Teiglen, I). Sherman. HILLEL FOUNDATION The H ' nai H ' rith Hillcl Foundation is the Jewish student center on the uni- versity campus. Established in 1924, the Hillcl Foundation at Wisconsin serves the religious, cultural, and social needs of Jewish students on the Badger campus. The foundation bears the name of the great rabbi ami sage Hillel, who lived at the beginning of the Christian era, and who, because of his great wisdom, learning, and piety, became the symbol and embodiment of Jewish ideals. Religious services for the Sabbath and Holy days are conducted by the director and student leaders. The cultural program includes study groups and seminars, lectures, informal discussions, and publication of a newspaper. The i ill program is arranged and directed by the Hillel Student Council. Two European students are attending the University of Wisconsin this year Oil Hillel scholarships. The United Jewish Student Appeal annually solicits contributions from all Jewish students for those Jewish agencies which serve national and overseas needs. Officers wen : Lawrence Breitkopf, President; Natalie Roth, Vice President; Edith Bernstein, Secretary; Rabbi Theodore 11. Gordon, DIRECTOR; and Mis. Thelma II. Gordon. ASSISTANT DIRECTOR. 382 The Lutheran Student House, 228 Langdon Street, is " a borne where you may feel at home any time. " Maintained by the Wisconsin Lutheran Student Foundation in cooperation with all National Lutheran Council churches, work among students is directed by the Rev. A. Henry Hetland, University pastor for Lutheran students. Students hold their regular Sunday night L.S.A. meetings at one of the local churches and use the Student House for small informal gatherings, committee- meetings, study groups, and parties. Coffee hours on Wednesday evenings and the Pastor ' s post-program-popcorn parley on Sunday evenings are regu- larly scheduled events. A library of devotional books, periodicals, and recorded music is available at the Student House. L.S.A. sponsored a variety of activities locally, promoted fellowship with stu- dents on other campuses through the Lutheran Student Association of America (L.S.A.A.), and shared in the missionary program known as Lutheran Student Action. Outstanding among local activities were the Christmas candlelight vesper service and the Easter service. Officers were: Paul Bcckstrand, President; David Lund, Vice President; Lucille Hajek, Secretary; Ruth Dobberpuhl, Treasurer; and Rev. A. Henry Hetland and Ruth M. Abelmann, ADVISORS. LUTHERAN STUDENT ASS ' N First row: R. Dobberpuhl, D. Bender, L. Hajek, P. Beckstrand, M. Lerdahl, Rev. Henry Hetland. Second row: P. Fry, R. Abelmann, D. Lund, L. Woelfter, A. Herman, A. Licht, K. Wieg. 383 This year " Prcs House " has been observing the 4!)th anniversary of Presby- terian student work on the Wisconsin campus, and the completion of its build- ing which was started 15 years ago. Special recognition services were held at the time of Homecoming. An augmented worship, study, and social program crowds the weekly sched- ule. The Rev. Cecil W. Lower, " Doc, " presides over the three Sunday morning services with the assistance of Veteran-Counselor, the Rev. Marvin E. Kausler. Miriam Bcllvillc directs the three choirs, and Helen Karch serves as Office Secretary. Mary and Roland Kamm arc advisors to the social and recreational programs, and the eight Roojahs (Royal Order of Janitors and Hosts) com- plete the list of building personnel. Since this is an all-student church, the 10 Elders, 12 Deacons, and 10 Trustees are responsible for the fulfillment of program and worship plans according to the wishes and needs of the campus congregation. Pres House is one of three all-student Presbyterian churches in the United States. Officers were: Norma Ralston, Board of Deacons Chairman; Ray Thurston, Board of Trustees Chairman; and Ruth Conger, Clerk of Session. PRESBYTERIAN STUDENT ASS ' N I irsl row: M. Kausler, F. Kochler, R. Hilt, L. Holm, W. Fletcher, F. Brewster. Second row: P. Ekcrn, ). Erickson, 1 ' . fedamus, J. Falgc, M. Kamm, N. Ralston, ]. Albrecht. Third row: S. Rutherford, F. Yarbrough, E. Sigmund, J. Haseman, D. Ogilvie. ). Clarke, N. Webster, H. Karch, 1). Burnett, R. Kamm. I ourth row: C. Nilsson, |. Glassco, R. Curley, I.. Glassco, W. Wareham, R. Thurston, A. Mehl, V. McMurry, " Doc " Lower. P-.A 384 Left to right: P. Pfeifer, J. Bloodgood, Rev. C. Simcox, W. Bigham, M. Batistej R. DuVall, V. Tenney, A. Dean. L. Baldwin, T. Sloan, V. Noyes, R. Jirucha. ST. FRANCIS HOUSE As the center of Episcopal student life, St. Francis House brings to the stu- dent away from his home parish, instruction in the doctrine of Christ and training in the supreme art of worshiping God in the beauty of His holiness. The altar of God is made the center of life at St. Francis House. The Holy Eucharist is celebrated daily, and twice each Sunday. Student lectors read Even- song daily, and on Sunday evenings Evensong is sung by the chaplain, fol- lowed by an instructional address. During each Pre-Lent a Ten-Day Teaching Mission is conducted by an expert missioner. Students enter into the chapel activities by serving as acolytes, lectors, choristers, and in the care of the Altar. Remembering that their patron saint is St. Francis of Assisi, the most win- some of all, the members of the student congregation strive to make and keep St. Francis House a place full of the characteristic Franciscan spirit, befmiiiL; the followers of that saint and his companions, who were known not only as holy men, but also as joculatores Dei . . . " God ' s pranksters " . ■ 385 Newman Club, Catholic Daughters of the University, Holy Name Society, and the Catholic Co-op— all arc units integrated to form St. Paul ' s University Catholic Chapel and arc combined in the joint activity of the Newman Club. Foremost among the activities of St. Paul ' s Chape] is spiritual guidance; this being offered in the form of Communion Mass and breakfasts, guest speak- ers, retreats, discussion groups, and access to the Newman Library. On the social side are the Holy Name and Catholic Daughters semi-for- mals, cost suppers, codec hours, informal parties, dances, and athletic events The collection and shipment of food and clothing to needy people in Eu- rope is now a regular activity of Newman Club. Officers were : Holy Name Society: Charles W. Hansen, President; Donald C. Duranso, Vice President; James Tracy, Secretary; and James Tracy, Treasurer. Catholic Daughters of the University: Mary Ellen Brown, President; Mar- garet Cox, Vice President; and Gemma Falcone, Secretary-Treasurer. Newman Club: Francis J. Schadauer, President; Charles W. Hansen, Vice President; Mary Ellen Brown, Secretary; and Larry Sonntag, Treasurer. Catholic Cooperative: Larry Sonntag, President; James Feiereisen, Vice- President; Phyllis Hammes, Secretary; Gemma Falcone, Treasurer; and Charles Ambrosavage, Manager. ST. PAUL ' S First row: I ' . Hammes, E. Kerr, D. Duranso, R. Carr, G. Falcone. Second row: M. Hajengo, M. Helfrich, Rev. A. Kutchera, M. Brown, C. Skalitzky. Third row: K.. Cummins, C. Hansen, R. Ford, Rev. M. Brennan, C. Kulawinski, M. Cox, |. Tracy. F. Schadauer. 386 I ■ i rsi row: K. Schalkr, M. Osen, Mrs. I). Maughan, Mrs. L. Patterson, B. Hilton, M. Bergman. Second row: B. Holland, Mrs. A. Presley, A. Fairbanks, |. Maughan, E. Ragsdale, |. klimlt, R. Stankevitz, |. Karlson. Third row: R. Hazard, L. Haynes, A. Jensen. W. Jackson, Rev. George Collins, W. Patterson, F. Goetsch, W. Place, A. Noda. llllli ll CLUB Wayland Club, the Baptist Student Fellowship group, strives to make Jesus Christ and His way the center of activity and thought. The group worships at the First Baptist Church, and uses the Baptist Student House at 429 N. Park Street as the center of its activities. The University pastor, Rev. George L. " Shorty " Collins, and his associate, Mrs. Annie Belle Presley, provide excellent counselling for individuals and advise the Wayland Club in its activities. Twenty active committees offer ample opportunity tor students to develop leadership. Deputation teams give participants experience in conducting wor- ship services and in public speaking. Other activities offer avenues of service for the expression of beliefs. Students can serve in a world-wide sense through participation in the club ' s world service program. They can serve in the local community through the club ' s project to combat juvenile delinquency in an underprivileged area by the developing of a Bible School. The responsibilities of Christian citizenship are encouraged through the social action committee. Officers were: J. Holland Maughan, President; Alonzo J. Fairbanks, Vice President; Edward M. Ragsdale, Secretary; and John A. Klindt, Jr., Treasurer. 387 The Wesley Foundation is the Methodist Student center at the University n| Wisconsin. Through the various program activities the cabinet of the Foun- dation seeks to express Christian fellowship among students. The Foundation building is open every day of the week tor study, and varying forms of rec- reation. Courses in the Bible and the tenants of the Christian faith are offered at various times as announced. The Sunday evening Dine-a-Mite from 6 to 8 offers an opportunity for students to share with their fellows in food, fun, and worship. The staff of the Foundation is available to help the student work out his personal problems. As for the past 35 years Wesley Foundation seeks to be a " home away from home " for all who enter its doors. Officers were: Lester Grandine, President; George Graf, Vice President; Sylvia Starch, Secretary; and Richard Tuthill, Treasurer. WESLEY Mill II .mm First row : |. Brown, G. Randall, F. Grandine. R. Garber, W. Cartier, D. Hinds, E. Boehm. Second row: C. Aust, J. Tcasedale, R. Ledger, L. Carlson, P. Garside, E. Dejean, L. Karau, E. Hirsch. Third row: R. Scheming, I). Marsh, C. Isenberger, G. Graf, P. Cranefield, R. Netzel, J. Skagen, H. Burkman. 388 First row: Y. Fronk, J. Tibbitts, D. Schimelfenyg, G. Wheeler, J. Gompper, L. Novakowski, R. Younglove, R. Kreiman. Second row: J. O ' Connor, L. Mathwick, S. Sax, D. Gunderson, L. Duwe, R. Schumpert, A. Louden, A. Meske. Villi CABINET To some people, the Young Men ' s Christian Association is a building, to others a club, to still others a cause to which members devote much of their leisure time and energy in an effort to make this world a more friendly and better place. The Y.M.C.A. of the University of Wisconsin is a fellowship of students anil faculty members united by a common interest in promoting the Christian philosophy in all phases of personal and social living. To carry out this purpose, the University Y.M.C.A. conducts a variety of programs and services. Among them are the publication of the Wisconsin Col- legian — a freshman orientation magazine. Freshman Camp, Freshman Coun- cil, and International Committee, operation of a dormitory for 135 students, public affairs, student relief, intercollegiate conferences, guest speakers, public relations, finance, Christmas Festival, Easter Sunrise Service, and a Major-in- Marriage series. Some of these activities are sponsored in cooperation with the University Y.W.C.A., others in cooperation with the student churches. Officers were: George D. Wheeler, President ; John E. Gompper, Vice Presi- dent; and Donald Schimelfenig and Leo M. Duwe, Secretaries. 389 nic r PIBLICJTIOKS STIiDEIT Bin SIC HI) .HIT mm BOOK FOUR --- --- iH H Bl First row: V. Vbs, (,. Holmes. Second row: I). Keep. N. Wilterding, I. Vickcry, J. Shurman, E. Joys, D. Haugen, M. Kuether, B. Scheven, ). Stouffer, E. Light, B. True!. ' I hird row: ( ). Solic, P. Klein, ). Schlieve, H. Wahlin, E. Dauchert. 523L ' Editing a yearbook of this size is a full time job accomplished, only with diligent and extensive work, by a part time staff. The L948 Edi- torial Stall faced and overcame the annual problems that always face an editorial stall, and in addition accommodated a thirty-page enlarge- ment of the Senior Section, an increased volume of campus organiza- tions for a better representative picture of the campus, and the addi- tion of some forty-odd pages of scenic views to bring you a more thoi ough pictorial review of your years at Wisconsin. The very deserving stall members, in addition to the able editors pictured on this page, were: the excellent photography staff -- Hugh Wahlin, Gene Dauchert, Chuck Befra, Jean Schlieve, Ed Gellman, Paul Klein, Don Polachek, and Jerry Kroot; the talented art tafT — Oleg Kondrat, George Holmes, Jane StoufTer, Nancy Wilterding, Orv Solie and Don Haugen; the hard working Sherry Crownhart, Lee Richman, Dan Reep, Sheila Kivlin, Rita Shultz, Sarah Cornish, Anita Marcus, k Shurman, Jean Vicheroy, Eleanor Joys, Barb Scheven, i K ' THOMAS McHUGH ROZANNE OHSMAN ROBERT MANDEL CLAIRE BERLAND WILLIAM RIGGERT Photography Senior University Activities i in ities JAMES SILVERMAN CAROL GENIESSE ERIC MANN NANCY PIERICK BERNIl (.OLDSTEIN ( )rganizations Personnel Art Soci.il Athletics 393 imhii; business N . SI ' URGEON Contracts EARL NUMRICH Sales MARY WAHLS Advertising II. IE RAMSEY Index KARL HOELZEL Promotions JANET WILLIAMS Personnel Eirst row: C. Malum, ]. Siewert. S cond row: P. Myhre, C. Eid, J. Bours, N. Brenk, (;. Craig. STAFF The 19-48 Business Start forged ahead to exceed every quota or previous years, which not only made possible a larger book, but also covered the considerably rising production costs. Tins was pos- sible mainly because of the careful direction of the Business Manager, Caroline Mahan. Under Car- rie ' s supervision, many difficulties and obstacles were overco me, the most important being the great size of the graduating senior class; and a record of nearly 4,700 books were sold. This year, one of the main objectives was more thorough rep- resentation in the Badger of all organized campus groups without a corresponding increase in the price of the book. The start worked hard to ac- complish this, and many organizations are now included which formerly were not able to have space. Earl Numrich was sales manager and largely responsible for the record-breaking sajes; Ann Spurgeon, organizations manager, made all con- tracts with the groups desiring pages in the book; Karl Hoelzel was in charge of publicity and pro- motions, and worked with the sales manager to further sales; Mary Wahls was responsible for the fine advertising section; and Janet Williams, per- sonnel manager, was in charge of getting workers up to the office when needed. BADGER BOARD: Badger Board is compar- able to the Board of Trustees of a large corpora- tion. It is composed of five members elected from CAROLINE MAHAN Business Manager the student body, plus three faculty advisors, and the Badger business manager and editor. It is pri- marily a board of control and makes all important decisions concerning Badger policy. Its main func- tions are to select the business manager and edi- tor; and to make all contracts for printing, engrav- ing, covers, and photography. This year ' s Board was an unusually fine one, and was very successful in formulating the proper policies to be followed. BADGER BOARD: M. Neprud, R. HilsenhotI, C. Mahan, 1 ' . Thayer. R. Wilde, J. Zeldes. K. Wachowiak. W. Vos, R. Mandel. GLENN ]-.. MILLER Editor EDITORIAL Editor Associate Editor Associate Editor Managing Editor I ' niv rsitv Editor Sports Editor Soi ietj I 1 1 1 r Assistant Sports Editor it. mi Sports Editoi Assistant Soi ii tj Editor . riti( Wire I ditoi Photographer artoonisi STAFF Glenn E. Miller Joyce Miller Betty Harker Robert Sollen Shirley Kast [Carl M j i i Anthony [ngrassia Pal i ii i.i fohnson S( j in ' - in Sherman I [arrj Phillips Ellen Light William K. Archci Waltei Dodd I ..ii Si lull R. mil. ill I [arrison PATRICIA IOHNSoN SHIRLEY KAST % dlartrtnal The shortage of newsprint was casing. Circula- tion and advertising hit all time peaks. And the Cardinal — with more news space available — was able to come closer to its traditional aim of " com- plete campus coverage " than at any time since L940. Executive Editor Glenn Miller was aided by one of the most alert news-gathering staffs in Cardinal history. Joyce Miller and Betty Harker, associate editors; Shirley Kast, university editor; and Pat Johnson, society editor, had nursed the Cardinal through the hard-pressed days of the war. Vet- erans Bob Sollen, night editor, and Tony Ingras- sia, sports editor, had risen to their responsibilities since their return from the service. Cardinal people were more than a little proud that the three biggest campus news stories of the year — the banning of a Communist speaker from the campus, a fraud in the Prom king election, and a " shake-up " in the Journalism School admin- istration — were all Cardinal " scoops " . When Esquire magazine, in an article on the distinctive features of life at Wisconsin, termed the Cardinal " a student newspaper that is profes- sional both in concept anil execution " , staff mem- bers were not inclined to argue. Newsmen arc- never modest. First row: M. Doll, E. Light, P. Johnson, S. Kast, R. Wit ' o, B. Klausner, P. Falter, G. Luehrinsj. Second row: G. Miller, R. Sollen, A. Ingrassia, D. Priebe, J. Bowman, W . Dodd. Third row: J. Fraser, G. Steward, E. Numrich, M. Kadwit. M. Le ine. K. Meyer. 397 BUSINESS STAFF dhe IMjj RICHARD BKNNI TT CHARLES A. BROWN Business Manager BUSINESS STAFF Business Managei Ch.nl x . Brown Advertising Manager Albert Hutchison Assistant Advertising Manager Burton Cluster Circulation Manager [ohn Wilberg Solicitor Floyd Amundson Solicitor fohn I linkamp Solicitor Rob:n Marshall Managing any newspaper is a big job. When the newspaper is a collegiate daily, the job assumes i gri at( i proportions. Whether there is a prob lem of advertising, circulation or office manage ment, a part-time business stall must produce the solution. The 1947 48 executiv( stall consisted of Charles A. Brown, Business Manager; John Wilberg, Cit- culation Manager; Richard Bennett and Albert Hutchison, Advertising Managers; ami Burton Cluster, Assistant Advertising Manager. The year was a successful one. More students were supplied with a bigger and better Card- inal . . . more jobs were done, more easily. Prob lems arose ami problems were solved: the part time business stall succeeded. 398 GTartrmal CARDINAL BOARD: G. Miller, R. HilsenhofT, F. Thayer, M. Shores. V. Ran- dy, [. Hunter. B. Deutsch, C. Brown, D. Zimmerman, F. Michaels, II. Schuck. First row: C. Brown. Second row: J. Hinkamp. D. A. Zimmerman, A. Hutchison, F. Amundson. 399 JAMES McGINNIS Editor MILTON LE BLANG Business Manager Tin Wisconsin Octopus, known lor its humor- ous parodies ol campus activities, has just com- pleted another successful year of publication. " Octy " dates hack to 1899 when a group or stu- dents decided thai it was high time lor the stu- dents to have a way to poke fun at the instructors and gel away with it. In spite ol the dangerous pranks aimed at the faculty, many former stall members graduated and are now well-known writers and business men. In true unwritten tradition " Oetv " had a few bad moments with the censors tins pasl year . almost found itscll on the disciplinary side ol the . Regulations never did mean vcrv much to tin editors, but their attempt to run a " Miss Octy " contest without the permission of the Dean of Women brought a sharp reprimand. The entire " Octy " staff is composed of students who manage to find extra time in already over- crowded schedules. Manv of the advertising solici- tors never sold a thing before they joined the Octo- pus business stall, but now they are polished " hucksters " . The editorial stall boasts ol neophyte writers who are now ready to take responsible po- sitions on commercial publications. Since its return to campus alter World War II ' " Octy " has gone through a complete face-lifting Instead ol its former all humor content, the stall now concentrates on including some campus fea Hires to make the magazine more a part ol student •utiv ities. 400 THE WISCONSIN OCTOPUS OCTY EDITORIAL STAFF: First row: |. Boutwell, J. McGinnis, E. Clark. Second row: J. Nero, E. Sigman, R. Harrison, R. Spr i n ger, |. Der- mer. OCTY BUSINESS STAFF: First row: C. Traulscn. I). Walker. M. Kim- mel. (i. Gerhardt, ' . Curtis. Second row: M. Fish- man, E. Cyr, R. Nagle, K.. Harris. 401 First row . left to right: K. Robinson, E. [en- kins, Mrs. 1 1. Roedcr. L. Secord, R. Bjork lund, !!. A. Coughlin, L.Simc,R.P.Schultz. ond row : A. I X Block, I. Darcey, K. R.A.r. R. Bernard, R. Hula. I . Miron.M. I). Neitman, A. Brandt, ( ' . Ruelke, 1 . (i.irsi.k-. M. Litscher, (i. Al stad, |. Novakovich, ). (Hi ssendorf, A. K.leven, M. Suhr. K.. Alst id, K. R. Niemer, 1 ' . Bessey, Mrs. P. Bessey. J H m iT)0 £! • m t n THE WISCONSIN K()i;i IM Bl RN KI , Business Managci ROBER1 s III I.I . Editoi COUNTRY MAGAZINE The Wisconsin Country Magazine, student pub- lished house organ of the College of Agriculture, entered its forty-first continuous year in January, 1948. Self-supporting and student operated, the maga- zine is under the jurisdiction of the Student Life and Interest Committee. A Board of Control, consisting of four students and three faculty members, acts in an advisory capacity. The biggest and most colorful issue, this year, was the Little International program issue, in February. In it was the history of the show and articles cover- ing the separate livestock events. As a rule, the editorship is held by one person throughout a complete academic year. This vear. however, it changed hands between the February and March issues. Robert Schultz was editor for the ftrsl p. ill ol the season, and Robert Bjorklund, for- merly associate editor, succeeded him. Owen Glissen- doll look over as associate editor. Ri bcrl Bernard succeeded Harold Roeder as busi- n; ss manager at the beginning of the sec md semes- ter. ( )ther appointments on the business st all includ- ed, Ray Hula, advertising manager; Charles Ruelke, national advertising manager; Arthur Kleven, col- lections manager; Bette Ann Coughlin, subscriptions manager; .md Marie Suhr, star! secretary. 402 THE WISCONSIN engineer CHARLES MITASIK, Business Manager ROBERT MITCHELL. Editor The Wisconsin Engineer, a regular monthly voice for the engineering campus since 1896, con- tinued to cover the technical side of life in ' 47 anil ' 48. The oldest monthly publication on the cam- pus, it has featured student-written articles and has been directed in its functions by student offi- cers as appointed by the Board of Directors. The latter is composed of faculty and student members. The first semester ' s operations were under the management of Emil Kasum, editor, and William Gottschalk, business manager. The end of the fall semester saw Emil and Rill graduate, and Robert Mitchell and Charles Mitasik take over the duties of editor and business manager, respectively. These officers and Robert St. Clair, advertising manager, attended the Engineering College Magazines As- sociation convention at the University of Michi- gan in October. The succeeding staff of the ENGINEER intend to continue its long and steady improvement. WISCONSIN ' 1 NGINEER STAFF First row: I). Hughes, |r.. R. Hulkowski, R. St. Clair, R. Cum- mings, A. [ones. Second row : f. Ashen brucker, W. Haas, R. Mitchell, C. Mitasik, R. Hacker. C. Slr.ixsc Third row : I ). I fowling, I. Warner, W. Muel- ler, R. |oh nson, 1 1. Wahlin, R. Bartelme, A. Nemetz, C. Leyse. ORIPMIOI An Orientation Committee of five hundred and fifty upper- classmen directed by co-chairmen, Patricia Lendved and Lucian Schlimgen, aided over 5,500 new students in orienting them- selves to Wisconsin. The Orientation program involved a full year of planning and action. Forty-four sub-chairmen undertook an extensive training program with their assistants in the spring. It was these students who conducted the campus tours and counseled the new students during the six-weeks follow-up program. The tours were for all new students. In addition to the large fall pro- gram, summer school students were also oriented by means of a convocation and tours. The list of activities during New Student Week is indicative of the preparation that was necessary in the planning of the program. There were the tours. Orientation Workers ' dance, President ' s Convocation, and the Union Open House. The W.S.G.A. - W.M.A. " So You Want To Be a Badger " program, Student Church Center Open Houses, and the President ' s Tea completed the week ' s activity. The main objective this year was to keep the program as indi- vidualized as possible. Cooperation was the keynote of the pro- gram. The chairmen of the special events performed an invalu- able service. The hundreds of assistants did an excellent job in their direct contact with the new students. The Orientation Committee worked with clocklike precision this year. The top picture includes some of the chairmen who kepi the wheels running smoothly. Hi ' :h- light o! the orientation program was the Union Open House which is seen in th? bottom picture. First row: R. Nelson, I.. Schlimgen. I ' . Lindved, R. Roehler. Second row : R. Giblin, A. Schlim- gen, M. Pesut, M. Hall, R. Ebbott. 404 The four officers of Student Board, Joyce Wendorff, treasurer; Jim Allen, Vice President; Roy Voegeli, President, and Jodie Zeldes, Secretary, make up the Executive committee of the Board. The function of the committee is to formulate the weekly agenda, and to handle any general problems which might arise. Student Board activities didn ' t wait for the fall term to open. With the end of the summer came delegates from colleges and universities all over the country to confer on the National Students Association Constitution. Wiscon- sin played host to these students, and campus leaders played an active part in the birth and growth of the national organization. In the fall elections, the stu- dents ratified the Constitution and Commissions were then set up. |. Wendorff J. Allen R. Voegeli I. Zeldes STUDENT lilllllll First row: H. Meyer- holT, |. Warner, E. Rice, J. Allen, R. Voe- geli. [. Zeldes, P. Ras- musson, H. Eber- hardt, T. Fox. Second row: J. Wen dorff, W. Cochrane, M. Neprud, W. Sher- man, D. John, R. Row en, B. Ostby, M. Res- nick. W. Jones. N. Phillip. J. (Jilman. J. Dunne. 405 STUDENT lillllill COMMITTEES The Administrative committee of Student Board is made up of the major committee chairmen. Its major purpose is to handle problems of a managerial nature which arise during the year. In general, the committee functions only when a problem arises. A special project this year was the contest for and the choosing of a design for an all-university ring. The committee, headed by Joe Fagan, did an outstanding job of publicizing the contest and selecting the design. Many innovations came from the Academic Rela- tions committee. This group was primarily responsible for the new curriculum program which goes into effect next year; they also prepared and distributed the new Freshman Course Guide Rook. Chaired by Lynn Giese, the International Relations omrnission of N.S.A. went into full swing. The Com- mission was of great assistance to students interested in European study for the summer by procuring informa- tion and aid for securing places to study anil passage overseas. The Domestic Affairs Commission headed by Nor- man Holmes took an active part in presenting informa- tion and points of view to the students on present-day issues. A complete program for publicizing both the pro ' s and con ' s of Universal Military Training was pre- pared by the group. ' I he Public Relations committee was headed by Tom Englchardt. The committee aided in the important task of creating good will for the University in the state at large, alumni groups, and high schools. Other major committees ol Student Board are: Cam- pus Projects, headed by Dick John; General Welfare ' , by Nina Allen; Student Government, by Victor Meyer; and Wisconsin Institute of Public Opinion, by Byron Ostby. ADMINISTRATIVF. COI ' NCIL First row: V. Meyer, W. [ones, R. Voegeli, P. Rasmusson, B ( tetby. Second row: |. Mathews, I . fohn, I . Engelhardt, C. Drekmeier, N.S.A. INTERN l [( IN l (MMITTEE Firsl row: I ' . VonTreba, I.. Giese, B. Capers. Second row: K. Aldrich, R. Bardwell, S. Green, [, Farber, 406 RING COMMITTEE S. Mercer, K. Hawley, J. Fagan, R. Aldrich, G. Bliss. ACADEMIC RELATIONS coMMI 1 111 First row: E. Neilson, C. Traulsen. Second row: |. Bcnz, M. Thompson, B. Goldstein. Third row: [. Mathews, R. Rowen. NATIONAL STUDENT ASSOCIATION DOMESTIC COMMISSION R. Voegli, M. Warshafsky, N. Holmes, J. Oilmen, B. Schechter- man, R. Sollen, J. Hershcopf. PUBLIC RELATIONS COMMITTEE First row: H. Mcycr-Bcrns, S. Green, T. Engelhardt, ( i. I [olmes, F. Stender. Second row: V. Dahlke, N. Wheeler, f. Duffy. -107 STI IIE1T lilllllll SK IIIIIS I VI. I. IS RASMUSSON MARGARET NEPRUD This year Student Board has an illustrious group of seniors in their midst. They are people who have been active in every phase of Univer- sity life. The Student Board seniors anil their present offices are as follows: Phyllis Rasmusson, Presi- dent W.S.G.A.; Joyce Wendorff, Treasurer of Student Board; Joan Zeldes, Secretary of Stu dent Board; John Gilman, Recognitions Chair- man; Harold Eberhardt, President W.M.A.; Margaret Neprud, Joanne Warner, Robert Rowen, and Harvey Meyerhoff, Student Board members. JOY I WENDORFF JOAN ZELDES IOANNE WARNER J )|| GILMAN IIAK HI) EBERHARD1 ROBERT ROWEN HARVEY MEVERHOFF m minx ELECTIONS All-campus Elections at Wisconsin — for Stu- dent Board, Badger Board, and Cardinal Hoard — are handled by the Elections Committee, which has direct supervision over all adminis- trative and mechanical details concerning both the fall and the spring elections. Student Hoard appoints the Elections Chairman and he selects his own committee. The Elections Chairman has the responsibility of ruling on any alleged violation of the Election Rules. Among other things, the committee publicizes the Elections, supervises the campaigns, conducts a Training Program for the candidates, holds a Torchlight Parade on the eve of elections, and handles the actual voting and counting of the ballots. Wisconsin students, in the fall election, over- whelmingly approved the National Student Association, and in a second referendum indi- cated that they desired athletic books to be dis- tributed by a seniority system in football, and by a block lottery system in basketball. Only the fall Elections Committee is pictured on this page. The spring Elections Committee, under the supervision of Chairman James A. Lawrence, consisted of William Vos, Torch- light Parade; Joanne Warner, Training Pro- gram; Mary and Ruth Hadley, Polls; George Fait, Publicity; Mark Hooper, Arrangements; and Rernie Goldstein, Finance. First row: M. Hadley I Polls), C. Bergen (Training Program), M. Snee (Torchlight Parade), R. Harker (Cardinal Publicity). Second row: B. Herschberger (Arrangements), (i. Wheeler (Chair- man). J. liillcr (Finance), K. Harris (Publicit) I. The elections rally concluding ihe campaigns tor the fall elec- tions aroused enthusiasm for the voting on the following day. A typical voting scene which has been seen in the past and which will be seen in the Euture on the Wisconsin Campus. .: . -109 STUDENT COURT IOSEPH GOODMAN, Second Semester Chiei fustice In 1941 the judicial branch of student self government came into existence with the creation of the Board of Reg- ents of Student Court. Its aim and purpose has been to give recalcitrant students a fair hearing before their fel- low students. Student Court is composed of six justices, one a chief justice. All arc appointed by Student Board from a list made up of persons recommended by the heads of all the various departments on the campus. Once a week court is held in the Union with three of the six sitting as active judges. The court has campus-wide jurisdiction for handling disputes and violations of university rules. The bulk of the cases coming before the court ileal with traffic and smoking violations. When there are serious infringements of campus election rules they are brought to the court for adjudication. Decisions rendered are binding upon the Student and are enforced through the cooperation of the Registrar ' s Office which withholds credits or places the offender on probation as directed by the court. An appeal from any decision of the court may be made upon proper presentation to a faculty-student appeal committee. Professor Richard V. Campbell of the Law School acts as court advisor. 410 Despite languid weather and a totally relaxed atmos- phere always so prevalent at Wisconsin summer school, Slimmer Student Board carried on an active program. Led by President Royal Voegeli and Vice President Vic- tor Meyer, the Board sponsored the National Student As- sociation Constitutional Convention. The Civil Liberties Committee, led by Kmil Drobac, accomplished its goal by going into the legislature and helping to defeat the Covey and Gettelman bills. Upon the initiative of Bud Eberhardt, Play Day, a new innovation comparable to Workday, was sponsored by the Summer Board. Marvin Resnick began an early in- vestigation of the athletic book problem, Byron Ostby in- vestigated ami belped Improve Summer Cardinal, ami John Oilman furthered the work begun on housing. Members of Summer Board were: Harvjy Meyerhoff, Byron Ostby, Marvin Resnick, John Oilman, Bob Sollen, June Edelman, Mildred Kietfer, Robert Rowcn, Olenn Wilson, Harold Eberhardt, Oeorge Fisher, Roland Aid- rich, Mary Ellen Brown, and Fern Johnson. ROYAL VOEGELI, President SUMMER Kill It II First row: H. Eberhardt, [. Edelman, R. Voe- geli, |. Gilman. Second row: R. F. Aid- rich, M. Resnick, R. Rowen, R. Sollen, M. Brown. B. Ostby. G. Wilson, V. Meyer. 411 WSGA OFFICERS President Phyllis Rasmusson Vice President ._ Barbara Meyer Secretary . Mary Markham HYLLIS RASMUSSON, President WSGA COORDINATING COMMITTEE First row: S. Barnett, Second row: L. Greenburg, M. E. Brown. |. Ritchay. WOMEN ' S ADMINISTRATION COMM I irsi row: M. Brown, M. McCrory, |. II. Ritchay, S. Barnett Second row: M. B. Markham, I ' . Rasmusson, B. Myers. Third row: |. Kresge, L. Norris, S. (Cast, I-.. M. Adams, I) Russc, G. Stillm.m, M. Burke. 41: WSGA CAREERS CONFERENCE First row: L. Wuerch, E. Adams, S. Kretchc. Second row: M. Mandt, S. Fudzinski, P. Gorenstcin, B. Larson. H. Meyer-Berns, Mis Chervenik. E. Hein. I. Kanable. This anniversary year has been a golden year for W.S.G.A. Focusing many of its annual ac- tivities into one week of celebration, W.S.G.A. cho se February 23-28 as the time to remind the women students of their 50 years of actual " self- government " on the campus. This week included the Careers Conference, Fashion Show, and W.S.G.A. banquet which honored all past W.S.G.A. presidents, Mortar Boards, and Careers Conference speakers. A talk by Miss Frances Perkins, former secretary of labor, keynoted the anniversary. Hut just one week of celebration did not con- clude W.S.G.A. ' s activities for the year. Mac McCrory ' s CARE project was received famous- ly by the women ' s houses, and soon almost 100 per cent of the women were sending ( " ARK packages to Europe. In conjunction with the Community Chest, W.S.G.A. sponsored a fall fashion show. The proceeds of this show, which was directed by Barbara Myers, were given to the Community Chest drive. The W.S.G.A. rules, too, were included in the year ' s agenda. A referendum proved that the girls favored an additional 12:30 a month for sophomores. WSGA IUDICIAL COMM1 MM M. Pcsut, M. Burke, Chairman. 5. Fudzinski. 413 Elizabeth Adams. Madame Dean Troxel] wsiii ' s situ .MIlKIISIIil Little did grandmother realize in 1897 that she was blazing a fifty-year tradition. In 1947, Vera Micheles Dean opened the 50th Anniversary celebration in October. Wiskits honored WSGA with their " Happy Birthday " theme soon after. Culminating the work of a year, the 35th Careers Conference, under the chairmanship of Elizabeth Adams, sponsored an all-Wisconsin women gradu- ates program of speakers. They welcomed past WSGA presidents at an entertaining banquet at which their guests reminisced about the past. " The Swing of the Century " was the slogan of the annual WSGA fashion show held during this special week. Guests saw how closely correlated the " new " and the " old " look were in reality. The Anniversary committee led by Jane Kresge, senior executive chairman, and Mary Markham, jun- ior chairman, attempted to portray the " Half Cen- tury of Progress " and look ahead to the " Future of Promise. " FASHION SHOW P. Ewen, N. Olmsted, X. Mar shall. WSGA BIRTHDAY PARTY G. Glander, M. McCrory, M. Rothermel, |. Kresge, E. Ad- ams, |. Williams. 50TH NNVERSM f h ■414 W.M.A. CABINET P. Bloland, M. Hooper, A. Smith. ). Silverberg, K. Hoclzcl, R. Kreiman, L. Tooley, (.. Klopf, G. MacDowcll, H. Klxrrhardt. 1 Operating under a newly written constitu- tion, the Wisconsin Men ' s Association functions to coordinate the activities of the various men ' s living units on the campus and to serve the male students in all possible ways. The W.M.A. council, the legislative branch of the association, is composed of the President of the Men ' s Halls Association, the President of Intcrfraternity council, the President of Truax Student Association, a representative of each of the three groups, two independent house rep- resentatives, and the three executive officers of W.M.A. During the summer the Wisconsin Men ' s Association planned " Play Day " , an all-univer- sity sports program which included crew races, swimming anil diving contests, tennis and j_ » 1 1 competition, Softball all-star games, and indi- vidual contests. Men ' s night during Orientation week was carried on by W.M.A. A variety of sports play-offs have been scheduled with the cooperation of the intramural department. Uni versity examination files and house presidents ' mail-bag are administered by the Wisconsin Men ' s Association. HAROLD EBERHARDT, Presidem 415 YWCA OFFICERS President Eunice [o ephson Vice President Ann Spurgeon s ( retary Pal Stratton Treasurer Man Lou Meumann Program Coordinator [ean Longeneckei Executive Director Emma Mueller Advisory Board Chairman Mrs. Ralph McCanse In this year of anniversaries when all student YWCA ' s celebrated their 75th year on American campuses, their Wis- consin organization looked with pride to its 63 years of activity. Opening activity for the year was the very successful three-day camp, held with the YMCA, for orientation of incoming freshmen. The program also included co- E. Josephson, J. Longenecker, P. Stratt operation with the men on the Christmas Festival; the " Collegian " , a magazine for freshmen; International Committee: the " Major in Marriage " series, and the Easter sunrise service. Emphasis was given to the Neighborhood Parties for women off-cam- pus, and a new project was the Christmas bazaar. First row: N. Webb. M. J. Wimmer, S. Sibenhorn, H. Bailey, M. Suhr. R. Foster. Second row: |. Longenecker, J. Dohr, E. Josephso 1, E. Mueller. P. Stratton. A. Spurgeon, M. L. Neu- mann. 416 The Senior Council of the PRS Graduating Class was the guiding body for senior activities during the year. Under the leadership of the Class President, Ed Mills, the Council ' s work coordinated the plans lor commencement and laid the foundations for the future activities of twenty-six hundred new Badger Alumni. The council was composed of students from all phases of University life. Much of their work during the year concerned meeting the seniors at Coffee Hours, ami teas. As the year closed, they directed the more formal activities and plans of the class, assisted in selecting a Class Ring, conducted a Senior Week with the Senior Picnic and Senior Ball, and cooperated with the University officials in working cut plans for graduation exercises. They also arranged for the first class reunion to be held at Homecoming in five years, ami selected a representative to serve for a term as a director of the Wisconsin Alumni Associa- tion. Culminating their activities, they present ed the class gift to the University. II) MILLS, Senior Class President senior nnriL First row: M. Shores. M. YV.ihL. I ' ,. Berge, B. H.irker. Second row: M. Neprud, P. Lendved, M. Pesut, E.Mills, pus.. M. Hadley, R. Borst. Third row: C. Merisalo. T. Herstad, |. I ).i kK.mi. S. Hope. K. Hoelzel, V. Meyer, T. Jones. ). Burgoyne, D. Cefalu, A. Zafis. 417 First row: M. Verney, P. Plettner, |. Holada, B. Thompson. Second row: I). Whit- ttt, (i. Sanders. Miss K. Gross, C. Dull. H. Clarke. Third row: N. luring. M. Meyer. J. H ' .r- nish, C. Helgeby, X. Straus, K. Mendum. M. Blunt, M. Draper. F. Winter. R. Witko. Fourth row: B. Arnold. D. BishofF, D. Jodar. T. Eisen, J. von Planta, 1 • I • DR. MARIE i K s Dircctoi oi Women ' s Physii il Education The Women ' s Athletic Association is an organization sponsoring women ' s sports and dance activities. Its pur- pose is to promote the participation of the girls in this university in sports and recreational activities and to create a spirit of good sportsmanship. Events held annually included the open house for freshmen, a fall tea for intramural chairmen from all of the houses and dormitories on campus, the Wiskits show consisting of ten winning skits presented at the Union Theater for the benefit of the W.A.A. Scholar- ship fund, and the spring banquet which culminated the year ' s activities with the presentation ol certificates to the house and dormitory winners of the various tour- naments. Other events of interest this year, as well as the im- proved intramural program, were the co-recreational evenings ami the playdays. Officers were: Charlotte Dull, President; Dorothy Whittet, Vice President; Mary Jane Draper, Recording Secretary; Marilyn Meyer, Corresponding Secretary; Barbara Clarke, Treasurer; Gene Sanders, Wiskits Chairman. 418 I ir I row: H. Lauc, S. I iackcs. Second row: M. Lu- cas, C Eckes, I. Geb- hanlt, I). Burnett. ' I liird row: 15. Pfcifer, S. Kapell, B. Clarke. Miss [acobs, M. Lim- pert, M. HI tint, J. Flugum. J 1 f G. ill " l., I r i bJk j WOMEN ' S P. E. CLUB The Physical Education Club is an organization of all the women students majoring in Physical Education. It is the aim of the organization to pro- mote a friendly working basis between faculty and students, and to promote further interest in related fields. The social functions of the group include the Freshman-Transfer Orientation Tea in the fall, the annual fall banquet, the Christmas party, the goat games and the Senior Sendoff in the spring. The remaining programs throughout the year consist of speakers. The club maintains the Elizabeth Waters Schol- arship Loan Fund for assistance to deserving ma- jors. This service is conducted by members of the club. The officers were Jean Gebhardt, President; Margaret Blunt, Vice President; Diane Burnett. Secretary ; and Charlotte Eckes, Treasurer. H. FRIBOURG, President B. KUBALE, Vice President Alpha Phi Omega is a National Service Fraternity composed of Scout-traineil men. Since it is a Service Fraternity the chapter is unique among campus or- ganizations. During the past two years Beta Thcta Chapter has been building its service program to exceed all previ- ous levels on the campus. This service program was sub-divided into three groups: service to the student body and faculty; services to the youth and commu- nity; anil services to the nation as participating citizens. This past year the chapter worked with the Cam- pus Community Chest, Workday and helped the Student Personnel Office in compiling statistics of a survey of campus organizations. Teams having spe- cial skills were formed and they presented these skills to Scout troops in Madison. Alpha Phi Omega aided in the training of boys. The officers of Alpha Phi Omega were as follows: George Shonat, President; Chuck Narwold, Vice President; Joe Bradley, Treasurer; John Martin, Re- cording Secretary; Deronda Randall, Corresponding Secretary; Bob Swan, Historian. ALPHA PHI lllllilil Firsi row: S. Sax. I. Zemon, H. Fribourg, C. Narwold, G. Shonat, R. Swan, J. Martin, [. Bradlev. Second row: |. Walker, YV. Zung, H. Nicholls, E. Kubale, W.Dodd, D. Benedict, W. Cross, J. Lovell, D. Stoll, M. Malcolm- son, [.Goodrich, I). Randall. Third row: (,. Colbert, L. Rhude, T. Schultz, M. Browne. R. Speaker, I). Brenner, C. Kugel, I). Bezucha, J. Casida. 420 The Independent Women ' s Association, with an executive council of 33 bouse presidents, started an ambitious program in the fall. Foremost was the formation of a scholarship Fund supported by the proceeds from formats held each year, ami aimed at promoting participation in extra-curricu- lar activities. With its winter semi-formal as a focal point, the l.W.A. made plans for the " big " forma] of the year to take place on April 30th in Great Hall. At Senior Swingout in the spring, an Independ- ent Scholarship cup will be awarded to the house that has attained the highest grade point average of the year. " Coketail " parties, under the chair- manship of Cecilia Amend, were given for those independent houses that do not serve meals. Independent house presidents cooperated in all- campus house president ' s dinner in December, which was an effort toward greater cooperation among dormitory, sorority, and independent groups. The officers are as follows: Sally Barnett, House- Coordinator; Louise Miller, Secretary; Sue Grom- bacher. Treasurer. EXECUTIVE COUNCIL R. Gwirtzman, L. K.arau. S. Barnett, L. Miller, C. Amend. impendent womens mom™ First row: B. Randall, B. Finkelstein, A. Arnold, K. Schuh. B. Spry, S. Baker. Second row: P. Myhre, F. Abraham. M. Benson. C. Amend. L. Miller . S. Barnett, S. Gronbacher, B. Lusttield. M. Marx. M. Michael. Third row: |. Arend. F. Winter. |. M.ir h. F. Schwartz, L. Karau. R. Sell, J. Tenpas, I. Orkin. E. Stein. M. Vol- kert, R. Gwirtzman. 421 WORKDAY Saturday, May 8, saw energetic Badgers roll out of their sacks, before the sun had ascended a decent dis- tance over the horizon, to respond to the call to Workday. A group of fiends armed with raucous voices, assisted in many cases by the enthusiastic ef- forts of the Wake Up Committee, public address sys- tems, and a variety of noise makers; the laborers donned dungarees, ate a hurried breakfast and were off to the project. At noon labor ceased, lunch was served, and the copious beer supply was tapped. A certain amount of work was accomplished in the afternoon, but enter- tainment and picking of the blue jean queen and Badger Beau continued until nightfall. The chairmen were as follows, starting at the top of the page: George Holmes, general chairman; Ronald Giblin, executive general chairman; Charles Jacobus, liquid refreshments; Maggy Haas, prizes; Sally O ' Conner, refreshments; George Balthazor, arrangements; Bill Calkins, publicity; Nancy Phil- lipp, entertainment and judging; Ed Smith, promo- tions; Dick McNall, wake-up. DOMINIC OKI-ALU. General Chairman LAUGH I TIIulMll ID Dll ' iiniiiiiiiiiiu i The Public Relations Committee of Panhellenic Council and Interfraternity Council sponsored an an- nual competitive variety show entitled Humorology " 48 " which was held February 28, 1948, in the Wiscon- sin Union Theater. The proceeds were donated to the children ' s rheumatic fever fund, sponsored by Madi- son ' s Kiddy Kamp, Inc. All organized houses participated by submitting a humorous ten minute skit. From these entries the ten best were selected to comprise the final production. The three best skits in Humorology " 48 " were each award- ed a traveling trophy. Dom Cefalu, Phi Delta Thcta, was general chairman and the following persons headed the committees: George E. Holmes, Delta Sigma Pi, Publicity; Burt Hiller, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Finance; Dorothy Whit- tet, Kappa Kappa Gamma, Judges; Jim Burgoyne, Theta Chi, Tickets; Nancy Philipp, Pi Beta Phi, Pro- grams; David Weiss, Sigma Chi, Arrangements; Rob- ert Samp, Psi Upsilon, Master of Ceremonies; Richard Bacr, Delta Upsilon, and Connie Bittner, Chi Phi, Co- chairmen of Promotions. ' " " it 1 lolmcs Dorothj Whittel David Weiss Hurt Hiller Connie Bittne J nn Burgoyne Robert Samp Nancy Philiipp Rich.ml Baet inn run First row (junior Dolphins): R. Stabnow, C. Priebe, M. Balch, Y. Yarborough, B. Drewry. Second row. M. Hayward, 15. Seltenrcich, D. Henney, R. Levous, P. Whitworth, |. Koenig. Third row (Senior Dolphins): ). Chalmers, A. Leahey, C. Helge- hy. Miss M. Engelland (advisor |r. Dolphins), Miss M. Fox (ad- visor Sr. Dolphins), Miss C. Fritz (advisor Sr. Dolphins), R. Brandon, B. Randall. ). Onarheim. Fourth row: R. Schwebs, B. Francini, M. Healy, M. Limpert, D. Geenen, V. Ruetenik, S. Onstad, S. Onstad, M. Lucas, S. Hackcs Fifth row: B. Day, V. Law, H. Aldworth, H. Bryngelson, D. Stolt. N. Olmsted, B. Clarke, N. Narum. M. |. Draper, ). Gebhardt, E. Overby, R. Zeidlhack, D. Rothman. The 1947-48 season was a season of growth for Dolphin Club (the women ' s honorary swimming club) on the Wisconsin campus. The Junior Dol- phins, organized last season, became a closely in- tegrated part of the Senior organization. The membership of the Senior club is limited to 40 members, while that of the Junior club is limited to 20 members. The 1947-48 season included the traditional: Playday, International Telegraphic Meet and the Water Pageant, " Amusing America " , presented May 10-12 by the combined Junior and Senior Clubs. Catherine Hclgeby, President; Ann Leahy, Vice President; Sue Hackes, Treasurer; Joan Chalmers, Program Chairman; Doris Geenan, Secretary; Beatrice Brandon, Beryl Randall, Pageant Chair- men; Miss Margaret Fox, Miss Catherine Fritz, Faculty Advisors. MUSK] MB ART An important part of a well-rounded college life is the time spent developing cultural interests. In a school as large .is Wisconsin, op- portunities are bound to be as numerous as they are varied. Musicdovers of all types are catered to, from the spirited rhythms of the University band to the classical presentations of the Concert Band anil the student University chorus, to the musical comedy of Haresfoot. A full forensic and drama program is presented by Forensic Board anil the outstanding performances of the Wisconsin Players. Anil last, but not at all least, Orchesis offers its program of mod- ern dance. rim hut rand The 62nd year of band service was begun with the appearance of the two hundred piece Football Band, comprising the Concert, Regimental and Freshman Bands, at the Purdue football game. This combined band appeared at five home games and journeyed to Evanston, 111., for the North- western game and to Minneapolis for the Minne- sota game. Instead of die traditional Homecoming Con- cert, bandsmen appeared in a sparkling array of talent called " Varsity Night, " on November 6 and 7. A new series of broadcast transcriptions were started this season. The se weekly transcriptions, directed by Robert Taylor, are carried by forty- two Wisconsin stations. Of major interest to bandsmen is the music which is performed. Numerous originals and first performances are credited to the University band. This year, the Band received a distinguished honor in having its director, Professor Raymond F. Dvorak, elected to the Presidency of the College Band Directors ' National Association. RAYM »ND F. DVORAK I ir , ii.i FLUTE AND PICCOLO: I). Wcstcrman, R. [nman, L. Taylor, R. Crouse, D. Berg, W. Chcrkasky. 1 FL TCLAR [NET: 11. Curtis. B FLAT CLARINET: L. Swanson, L. Yorde, I). Miller. E. Wotruba, R. Fieve, M. Thines, W. Weinberg, C. Larson, W. Kaplan, R. Gresch, E. Durnasky, |. Craig, C. Hilgen dorf, F. Schadauer, F. Garrow, FL Hovelsrud, R. Bronsdon, L. Zwicky, I). Mack. . Bradley, L Disrud. E FLAT ALIO CLARINET: E. Rosan ofl, R. Nelson, D. Bishoff. B FLAT BASS CLARINET: R. Cherkasky, I . Muclkr. R. Runner, F. Smith. B FLAT CONTRA-BASS CLARINET: E, Eckardt. OBOE: L. Peters. R. Ebbott. ENGLISH HORN: L. Kilev. BASSOON: I). KLirkpatrick, M. Mossman, M. Ziff- rin. ALTO SAXOPHONE: |. Kornder, H. Renard, P. Paynter, D. Engler. TENOR SAXOPHONE: V. Williams. BARITONE SAXOPHONE: W. Tyznik. E FLAT TUBA: R. Netzel, A. Baldwin. B FLAT TUBA: R. Gressman, 1). Marcoullier, I). Westby, K. Hoague, N. Timmcke. STRING BASS: R. Gibson, I). As- perheim. TVMPANI: W. Zwicky. BASS DRUM AND CYMBALS: F. Dunwiddie. PIANIST AND CELESTE: W. Zwicky. B FLAT CORNET: F. Abraham. H. Arkens. L. Wathen, R. Muzzy, R. Biederwolf, G. Theisen, A. Borenstein. B FLAT TRUMPET: K.. Miller. R. Bittner, J. Fitzgerald, K. Roycr. FRENCH HORN: F. Boots, H. Hilgendorf, G. Shonat, M. Gillet, T. litis, H. Gates, H. Holtzman, H. Wilhelmsen. B FLAT TROMBONE: R. Cockrell, J. Jorgenson, M. Eng- lish, D. Asperheim, T. Jones, L. Ziebell. B FLAT BARITONE HORN: R. Thurston. O. Conant, G. Voelz. SNARE DRUM: F. Timmel, W. Ward, G. Bird. DRUM MAJOR: D. Marcoullier. ROBERT FLEURY, Assistant Band Director f 3 X : o JU JtDP « ■•- ■-S ■■■1 M BflL ■ A J -£Cm r W k.. i iB L «. - bh B fl tl: HAND OFFICERS F. Smith (Asst. Manager), W. Tyznik (Quartermaster), R. Gresch (Librarian), W. Bart- lett (Asst. Librarian), and F. Dunwiddie ( President). FRESHMAN BAND FLUTE AM) PICCOLO: ). Fossum, B. Meythaler. I). Schleif. P. FLAT CLARINET: S. Bauer. J. Baum- gardner, Pi. ( ' erf, A. Durlin, W. Herreid, ]. Just, G. Kroncke, R. Leysen, R. Karp, J. Monroe, C. Ochsncr, IP Quay, IP Steckling, W. Traut. ALTO SAXO- PHONE: J. Howard. C. MacFarland, L. Unterholzner. TENOR SAXOPHONE: S. Coffman, H. Gremban, M. Randall. IP Rusch, C. Steiner. CORNET AND TRUMPET: G. Brown. P. Chappel, R. Edwards, R. Hovelstat, A. Kagen, W. Koch, D. Kroenkin, P. Lyon, I). Median. ]. Peterson, C. Redel. FRENCH HORN: D. Dawley, ]. Hilgendorf, C. Pa- netti. I). Schink, ]. Sullivan. TROMBONE: G. Lund, L. Roth. R. Schafler, P. Smith, H. Wright. BARITONE: L. Person. I). DeBoer, (. Schmidt. TUBA: A. Braatz, N. Timmcke. STRING BASS: J. Bourgeois, (.. Larson. PERCUSSION: L. Edmunds, B. Frusher, R. Martin. G. Randall, W. O ' Brien, D. Winner. REGIMENTAL BAND FLUTE AND PICCOLO: C. Neuman, R. Swan. B FLAT CLARINET: G. Boissard, R. Boyle, R. Cook, C. Cragoe, L. Heinz, D. Henze, G. Holcomb, D. Mack. D, Miesbauer, K. Pagel, D. Schroeder, R. Temple. D. Watnick, L. Thacher. ALTO SAXOPHONE: (J. Col- bert, J. Lang, A. Mlada, W. Mosher. TENOR SAXOPHONE: H. Hobson, ]. Vedvick. CORNET AND TRUMPET: H. Bailey, R. Becker, W. Bittner, R. Bredesen, R. Goldberg, D. Hanson, H. Hersh- leder, C. Hibbard, W. Kelbe, L. Milunovich, J. Nelson, G. Schuetze, A. Schultz, L. Weber, C. Wellso, R. White. FRENCH HORN: A. Greenblatt. H. Holt man. R. Johnson, V. Wedemeyer. H. Wilhelmsen. TROMBONE: R. Adams, R. Bard, R. Bort, ). Fosse. R. Janecky. R. Law rence, D. Sorden, G. Theiler. BARITONE: R. Rockwcilcr, R. Brown. J. Conners, D. Griesemer, L. Niemer, W. Marty. R. Pett, ]. Sonnen- burg, S. Wood. TUBA: L. Anderson, A. Cragoe, P. Dalton, R. Hutter. R. Hoffman, M. Nelson, ). Roberts. D. Schinke, R. Spencer, H. Thomas. PERCUSSION: R. Curkeet, K. Luetzow, A. Tyznik, M. Voelker, R. Washatka. m I 1 Hi SYMPHONY II II I ' ll EST It. I FIRST VIOLINS: G. Savig, L. Marcus, II. Myerson, |. Fredericksen, E. Hicks, P. Rabinowitz, A. Morrison, E. Ruffolo, |. Heller, P. Clancy, L. Northcliffe, K. Horn- scth, A. Schonberg. SECOND VIOLINS: R. Rieder, M. Hildebrand, |. Gander, D. Hercy, L. Boldt. R. Rasmusson, K, McCabe, M. Stamper, K. Grade, R. Carlson. B. Schwid, C. Ruben, C. Ruetten, R. Oarst. A. Gulick. VIOLAS: C. Leisman, A. Wingert, L. Weiss, F. [sach sen, R. Hoermann, P. Person. E. Appling, P. Boots, C. Manske, S. font s. CELLOS: L. Hiller, P.. Askot k . P. Germain, I). Gregory, I), [zzo, L. Bayley, M. Barriage, E. Prydc. BASS VIOLS: R. Gibson, R. Heller, R, Ganstad, D. Silverness, I ' . Hvers. FLUTES: N. Webb, B. Hampton. Andel. OBOES: D. Thompson. B. Biglow. Pierstorfl, J. ENGLISH HORN; E. Wotruba. CLARINETS: L. Swanson, W. Kaplan. V. Baldwin, E. Gates. BASSOONS: I). Kirkpatrick, I. Reynolds, T. Millei FRENCH HORNS: ]. litis, R. Stamp. E. Christeson, F. Bootv . Dobbs, |. Ross. c. Helberg. TRUMPETS: S. Lewis, R. Goldberg, ). Fitzgerald. TROMBONES: C. Huber, T, B. [ones, M. English. TUBA: I). Marcoullier. TYMPANI: L. Hertensteiner. PERCUSSN )N: E. C. chapman. L. Disrud, C. R. Hi! gendorf, C. Hugdahl, G. [ohnson, HARP: l. Lacey. Officers were: Rodne) Gibson, President; Robert Rie- der, Nice President; Nancy Webb, Secretan Treasurer. 429 W 9 ' " f " l fifyPi f J fitl¥Mlfiifl|f)if()ffit i I -t f t t ' i i i- » « % «♦ I CAPELLA CHOIR i I ' M I. (,. |( INI S, Conductoi Fifty students selected from its membership appeal in concerts of traditional and modern compositions lor un- accompanied voices. Radio broadcasts, recordings, and formal programs on the campus, at various extension cen- ters, for alumni groups, and a state-wide concert tour during the Spring recess comprise the year ' s activities. Gowned in collegiate robes trimmed in Wisconsin Card inal. the A Cappella Choir presents a striking picture al its formal concerts. SOPRANO: I). M. Anderson, A. Archambeau, I ' . Bu bolz, A. Casper, N. Ceeley, |. Chapman, R. Collipp, P. I.. Cunningham, |. 1 larnish. G. [ensen, A. Mueller. R. Rosin, |. Sigwalt, M. Slew. ut. |. Stokkc, I.. Sw.ctnam, |. Zischke. BASS: C. Bruhn, G. Creedle, K. Dalbec, 1 ' . Erickson, 1 ' . Ilocnk. I.. Nordeen, II. Vorpagel, P. White. I). Wil lett, |. Woods. R. Zauner. ALTO: S. H.ikkc. |. Damrow, I). Erickson, P. Gafke, I . Ilrupka. |. [enks, I!. K ebaugh, R. Kienholz, |. I. eon .ud. I.. Mielke, P. Loney, M. Price, A. Seibel, P. Sorlie. M. Volkert, C. Wilson. TENOR: S. Balliette, |. Booz, W. Cunningham, P. Dobias, R. Haubrich, M. Ilillis. I). Holder, P. Husting, K. [arlsberg, W. Marshall, N. Marty, R. Raabe, R. Wil ll.lllls. 430 CHOPS The University Women ' s Chorus is sponsored by the University School oi Music, [n December the chorus gave the first performance on the campus of Benjamin Brit- ten ' s " A Ceremony of Carols " with harp. Margaret Rupp Cooper was the harpist. The chorus also participated in the School oi Music ' s Schubert Festival and the Spring Mus c Festival. FIRST SOPRANO: C. Bergen. K. Lins, R. I.abus. M. Melgard, |. Mohwinkle. E. Mroz, B. Price, D. Roberts, M. Rude, |. Swcetman, H. Wegener. SECOND SOPRANO: E. Bates, J. Bookhout, S. Cas- tle, M. Fanisworth, P. Germain, B. Guyer, R. [ones. E. Mobs. H. Rasmussen, M. Smith, ). Studt, T. Ushijima. FIRST ALTO: F. Abraham, B. Barenbaum, N. Brem- er. ). Enckson, E. Ellsworth, I. Kruse, M. Lindle, H. Neumann, A. Pellett. S. Ramus, S. Washburn, M. Ziffrin. SECOND ALTO: C. Chapman, E. Christeson, M. Gasser. S. Gollman, L. Hertensteiner, H. Nelson, D. Rob- erts. R. Sell. Officers were: Sally Washburn, President; Jane Studt, Secretary-Treasurer; Clarice Bergen, Social Chairman; and Helene Stratnian-Thomas, Conductor. 431 First row: C. Burch, II. Brewer. C. White, R. LaFollette, W. Dodd, M. Price. Second row: B. Lepp, L. Holton, W. Bowden, R. Hiyes, M. Wagner. Third row: J. Lucoft, H. Hupf, G. Brewer, R. Herreman, (). Helstad, R. Heins. llfiSPKRII Hespcria Forensic Society was organized in 1854 anil chartered by act of the state legislature in 1855. Hesperia has always been one of the active campus literary societies and has more alumni than any other similar organization on any cam- pus in the country. Organized to encourage achievement and af- ford opportunity for practice in forensics and par- liamentary procedure, Hesperia has actively pro- mot til and participated in debate and other foren- sic activity. Last spring the society successfully or- ganized and ran the mock United Nations Con- ference which drew delegates from all pans ol the state to discuss the pressing international issues of the day. From all indications the U.N. Confer- ence is on its way to becoming a permanent cam pus institution. Officers were: (-harks White, President; Rob- ert LaFollette, Vice President; Herbert Brewer, Secretary; Robert Bond, Treasurer; and Charles Burch, Historian. 432 The Wisconsin Forensic Union is the new name for the debate team. It includes students interested in debate, group discussion, oratory, and extempo rancous speaking. Highlights of the past year included the West- ern Conference Forensic Tournament for women at the University of Minnesota, the Western Con- lercnee Forensic Tournament for men at the Uni- versity of Illinois, the Intercollegiate Conference on Post-War Problems at the University of Iowa, the Delta Sigma Rho Student Congress in Chi- cago, the Wisconsin Forensic Tournament spon- sored by the Wisconsin Chapter of Delta Sigma Rho, ami single debates with Oxford, Princeton and Pennsylvania Universities. Each year students outstanding in forensics are elected to membership in Delta Sigma Rho, hono- rary forensic society. M iss Fern Johnson is presi- dent ol the local chapter. Flimsies First row: C. White, M. Brown, H. Carran, Prof. W. L. Brembeck ( Director of Forensics), N. Nethercut, M. Nelson, L. Holton, C. Yande Zande. Second row: D. Winner, P. Hammer, I). Beckwith, R. Mayes. (I. Campbell, W. Moilanen. C. Rogers, V. Ergang. ' Ihird rcw: R. Conner, E. Lerner, J. Schur, B. Larson. C. Burch, R. Baldwin, W. Dodd, I ' ,. Lepp. 433 in rJnn First row: J. Bomgardner, A. Bodzin, P. Averbrook, R. Israly, G. Bennett, R. Hodes, C. Branley, B. Jersild. M. Carlson, J. McGinnis, R. Mescar. Second row: J. Kahn, R. Hirschfield, V, Ginsberg, J. Abrohain;, E. IlitT, f. Dietrich, Advisor, J. Brandon, F. Buerki. Advisor, G. Hiken, W. Hoffman, L. Kosinski, B. Krenzien, H. Voigt, M. Markham. Third row: F. Larscheid, J. Pielmeier, M. Dzemske, G. Hass, E. Reichblum, B. Grabin, S. Abrams, L. Gernhardt, D, Jacobson, B. Lebby, L. Blinder, M. Berkson, L. Charlow, C. Wilson, W. Wolfert, R. Snively. Fourth row: J. Bloodgood, C. Owen, B. Deutsch, M. Levin, J. Brickner, A. Ganz, T. Cullen, D. Newell, F. Metzner, V. Pol- ntr, B. Ege, R. Baumbach, I. Sapetta, S. Misovy. Fifth row: W. Harris, D. Bohl, L. Boord, R. Rutherford, H. Hibbard, D. Weiss, J. Wexler, H. Kluber, G. Kahan. P. Pavalon. WISCONSIN PLAYERS Wisconsin Players presentee! to Union Theater audiences this year a season of varied and enter- taining drama. The success of the major produc- tions of the season is due to the ability of the three directors, John Dietrich, Frederick Buerki and Ronald Mitchell. In addition to the above series productions, there were several thesis and one- act plays presented in the Play Circle. W isconsin Players successfully initiated this season an annual National Three-Act Plavwriting Contest, which is supplemented by the campus-wide One -Act Contest that was started last year. The major thea- trical productions of the year were: " The Second Mrs. Tanqueray " , " Ruddigore " , " The Skin of Our Teeth " , " Juno and the Paycock " , and " Ampin tryon 38 " . WIS ONSIN PLAYERS ' OFFICERS R. Mescar, B. Libby, G. Hiken, W. Hoffman. 434 Frederick Buerki, director of " Swan Soul;. ' ' From the old Bascom Theater to the new Memorial Union 1 heater. 25TH ANNIVERSARY A typical scene from the Wisconsin Players ' annua] Costume Bal On this page are photographs of the backstage in Bascom Theater and backstage in the Memo rial Union. On these two stages were enacted the twenty-five years of history behind Wisconsin Players. Twenty-five years ago the several dra- matic groups on the University campus combined into one group, the Wisconsin Players. The first Players productions were given in high school auditoriums ami at the Parkway theater. but in 1929 Bascom theater was completed ami became the official Players ' stage. It was used for ten years, alter which the Players moved their shows into the Wisconsin Union Theater. With this completely equipped theater, three excellent directors, John Dietrich, Ronald Mitchell, and Frederick Huerki, and a sincere and powerful in- terest in furthering drama ai the University, Wis cousin Players have achieved national recognition. 436 un cumins The University Men ' s Chorus was reorganized in 19-16 after having been inactive since 1939. It has already established itselt as a concert group equal to its predecessor, the " roaring twenties " Glee Club which sang at the White House, traveled abroad and by contest won the national collegiate glee club championship. The " old look, " in formal attire and Cardinal ( " onions, has been revived as well. Under its dynamic director, Dr. Rjornar Berge- thon, the chorus made a successful debut in the Milwaukee Auditorium December 11. 1947. In addition the chorus has appeared at numerous campus functions and in concerts in many Wis- consin communities. The club is planning a tour to the Scandinavian countries in the near future. BJORNAK BERGETHON. DIRECTOR First row: I). Walker. V. Corsic. T. E. Ryan, C. Lunde (pianist). B. Bcrgcthon (director), C. C. Mohs, L. Risteen, (. f. Kim- ball, ( I. Sullivan. Second row: E. Wasilewski (manager), J. E. Place, L. L. Olsjn, J. |. Schweitzer, W. Royce, P. Murphy, L. A. Hoenig, J. W. Olson, A. Swanson, M. Mann. Third row: R. M. Hammond, W. W. Richman, W. Rosenbaum, I). R. Thompson, W. I " . Stevens. R. M. Giblin, G. S. Rich- ards, J. Zimdars, J. R. Corbett, I). E. Hackett, R. Smader. Fourth row: S. L. Stern, A. Meulendyke, J. A. Garity, S. W. J ;e, A. Grande, J. Skagen, R. V. Falk, R. M. Fox, S. Wright, A. Morgenson, O. O. Tuckwood, ). CI. Taylor. • % ' ? n o ?v ■■ ' " -§ ' . 5 C» Zp fe Fsfli • ?f 1 5 x $ ' w Si ■ W fe 9 1 M 1 ■ K J £ 11 h V rf 51 I nkh in4.Mii ' ti ' i r - i n- !■ r J A I w ■■ i v 1 to H t f »« • N « hi M V ' _J 437 RAY HILSENHOFF Financial Director ROBERT PIERSON President WILLIAM PURNEL Alumni Advisor With an all-student created show entitled " Big As Life " , the Haresfoot Club began its annual spring tour April 17 and roared through several Wisconsin towns and Chicago before its final stand at the Union Theater in Madison. With its Paul Bunyan theme as a natural tie-in with Wiscon- sin ' s own Centennial year, " Big As Life ' ' earned a spot in Haresfoot ' s hall of fame. It was written by Jack Royce (lyrics), Jerry Bock (music), and David Pollard (book); Paul Rutledge was in charge of production, and the show was adapted by James Brandon and Stan Buckles. The accent was on hilarity and music, as Wisconsin ' s " all our girls are men, yet every one ' s a lady " troupers flouted their powdered shanks before packed houses. Said President Pierson, " We ' ve set an example for the hundredth anni- versary crew. " First mw: R. Pierson, D. Burg- er. " I row: S. Guigou, K. Palmer, K. Albert. ' . ' .••- " kOBIRT I ' IF.RSi » ( General Chairman MARJORIE WELLER First Lady ' HIL STALHEIM Miss Haresfoot The most unique of university dances, the an- nual Haresfoot fall follies, was again styled in the formal cabaret motif and highlighted by the club ' s sensational kick chorus. The evening ' s entertainment, supplemented by Emcee Max Dunn, included the final judging to select " Miss Haresfoot of 1948. " And the coveted crown went to " glamorous " Phil Stalheim, Frank- enburger house choice, who beat out a field of 22 lace-draped show stoppers from various men ' s houses. The fever of competition in the beauty contest was further heightened by a first prize of one barrel of beer. A parade number, which depicted the outstand- ing eras in Haresfoot s colorful and glorious 50- year history, gave onlookers some idea of the depth of tradition enjoyed by the gaudy troupe. The fol- lies entertainment was completed by the fine vocal work of Joe Bloodgood and Stuart Klitsner. an: ARBISI KENNJ kLMF.R STHFUH knt Yr{ GOU ft. ROY 1 « . • it., i- " - ■ • " ■ - - + % • : • ' . . ■ ■ " • ■ kHLhS? !Srtd ■» • % Jm _•«■ - ' j— » . -7 .: ■ v j JLg ' J - -• Golden Anniversary bells rang for the Hares- foot Club as Wisconsin ' s nationally famed, all- male musical comedy troupe swung into its 50th year behind midwestern footlights. Many celebrities of today were Haresfooters of yesteryear. They include Fredric March, winner of two Academy Awards; Herbert Stothart, musical director of Metro - Goldwyn - Mayer; Phillip D. Reed, General Electric ' s chairman of the board; and Joseph E. Davies, ex - U. S. ambassador to Moscow. This year for the first time, a giant April re- union was planned to observe the half- century mark. Here, members of the past rehashed their days spent under a Haresfoot wig. This year, working with Robert Pierson, presi- dent, were: David Burger, business manager; Ken Palmer, production vice-president; Roy Alberts, secretary-treasurer; and Stephen Guigou, publicity vice-president. •■ ' v. • ' • ' ■ -1 . . .— ; ' ■- -•• ' ' » .-,: .. Left: W. L. Harris. Center: F. A. Kremer, G. E. Wilcox. |. W. Conners, D. G. Raffel, W. Reid, R. I. Stillwell, H. H. Berg, R. Ennis, ). F. Bergman, L. Berson, S. B. Roth. R. W. Ross. Right: D. ). I5aum.mii. Above: |. A. Crabb, L. E. Dhein, R. E. O ' Brien. F. A. Trubshaw, ). T. Mathison, D. F. Mc- Hugh. J. E. Hie. Right, first row: A. R. Sandsmark, V. S. Baum- gartner. G. Kanarek, |. A. Crabb, R. E, O ' Brien, E. M. Wasilevvski, M. L. Ferry, D. F. McHugh, M. Tuchow, J. F. Bie, D. S. ' liar- nack. Second row: F. A. Rremer, G. E. Wil- cox, |. W. Conners, I). G. Raffsl, W. Reid, R. J. Stillwell, II. II. Bltl ' , R. Funis, ]. F. Bergman. L. Berson, S. B. Roth, R. W. Ross. ' ■■« -J - . ' ?-, , .-•• -» ..tUiN,: . " ;•••- »VI. IIRMIKSIS Wisconsin has the honor of being the first uni- versity in the country to have an Orchesis group. Membership is open to all university students who can fulfill the standards of the organization. Most of the choreography and compositions were planned and executed by the members them- selves under the faculty supervision of Miss Louise Kloepper. The performance consisted of a lecture demonstration and concert dances. Other events highlighting the year were lessons from Harald Kreutzberg, the famous Austrian dancer, an invitation to visit Eleanor King, the well-known American dancer at Winnetka, Illi- nois, and the presentation of the dance demonstra- tion at several colleges and schools in the state. The officers are: Kitty Mendum, President; Bar- bara Pfeifer, Secretary; Sue Hackes, Treasurer. First row: I). Mattingly, C. Mendum, B. Pfeifer, R. Van Denbtrgh, E. Goomnkz, E. Coenen. Second row: C. Walgenbach, M. J. Marr, M. Jordan, M. McElrov, M. P. Maybay, Felice Winkler, S. Mills, M. Baylinson, R. Belew. Third row: K. Agulnick, A. Swanson, V. Johnson, R. Rose, J. Jones, S. Hackes, M. J. Shaw, V. Freeman, M. E. Clark, I. SaltZ, IS. Lebby, |. Murdoch. Not present: ). Dunham, R. Gregory, R. Jacobs, H. Norton, R. Zimney. THE MEMORIAL UNION 443 WOW M- WISCONSIN UNION I? OftGANIZtD AND GOVtfcNtD «GtHT ? of-rfui UNIVUCITY OiiAaMCiaJ avid. yjAi. ' mli ca a£( pefio mSlDtNT iCOMPTSOUW ? ELECTED lq UNION COUNCIL 9 U| PIRECTOCME . APPOINTED Uf UNIVERSITY PRESIDENT.... ELECTED BY SMkDUkTt COUNCIL „ UNION COUNCIL 4- 0 ctcfr s i I «MWkTV J » i KtUMKt ♦ ■Pftt iPtNT ' ,- ,♦ WNION DIRCCTOa ,.. ELECTED I h STUDENT nWwAfTOMIR »0Mtt ...t APPOINTED K MJttMMI B0KRD •l APPOINTED Irq UNWERS TY PRESIDENT tX-OFHCIO UNION DUt(TO AT-t tPAOOAA Vt (OOiDiNATlON AND ADMINiU«MlON -- C.TUO+KT (4 AlO.M«-N A-P-POlNTtD V UNION COUNCIL • - ±. : .8l ; : -? («AlWWJ( ' CHHtHAh.(HWWykkH:tU(UBMJkN ■ WH6MM;(HWtl »N ' OUIBMkk |3 S3 3 Mfej i ji ji ' it ; j jg j r " ! ' ♦ gal •JE PREMDEKT ' CMMILMAM; mttt fNT;CHMB.NkAli:ci W»WkM ' HMW : MAlR)»MI ' m ' ;iMNT 15 IS $1 « STANDING- UOlKt COMMIT Ttt-S AND CLU4S ACTIVITIES eU£.-E-AU 9»otLVM au - cv ifu ta-Vi-il VOIUNTA-RY APPLICANTS fOft COMMITTttq-cJMi 1ud£HiJ fl£tqii 2 except fclAA . hfi vHA U . AyUAA- ru» i____ UNION COUNCIL— First row: R. Lewis. P. Butts, S. Lai M.hta, N. Philipp, C. Bergen, ). Allen, W. Purnel Second row: S. Rutherford, B. Ostby, C. Hawks, D. Osterheld, H. Wilkie. 444 I ■ ■ ■ 1 - ft C J 1 ■ ■ m i Y ;;?i + - FvT I lv ' — ■■ SMk ' jJSRv i j m J " f V g J- w -: » ' 21 I 1 mwm. - 1 % 7i 1 ' in.in s STAFF ADVISORS— J. Erdahl, H. Jefferson, M. Smith, D. Osterheld, J. Kosobud, A. Footc, P. Butts, A. Wolf, B. Schofer, A. Boegholt, M. Robinson, F. Taylor, F. Buerki. A. Busacca. UNION DIRECTORATE— First row: M. Riedor, R. Butts, M. Schneiders, S. Lai Mehta, C. Hawks, R. Lewis, C. Bergen, R. Ebbott, E. Adams. Second row: W. Wolfert. R. Rutherford, M. Wilson, N. Levine, R. Israly. M. Shores, W. Hanna, M. Pow- er, I). V. Johnson. 445 JthjL QuliwvaL ijjwjupA, Forum committee, the Union ' s thought-provok- ing and idea-stimulating group, presents a wide variety of pertinent topics for discussion to the campus and the public. Most popular are their noon discussion panels and University radio forums. Speakers of national prominence are brought to the campus occasionally. The accom- panying picture was taken at a noon discussion of the Daily Cardinal. Films you regretted missing, films you want to see again, and distinguished foreign films are pre- FORUM COMMITTEE — First row: B. Lepp, E, Light, i. Fishkin. E. Diamond, W. Hanna, S. K.ist, S. Fudzinski, I Mandelker, L. ECnapp. Second r i : II. Baskin, ( ' . Bloch, |. Baum, H. Reid, L. Gresko, J. LaTour, B. Rosenthal, R. Springer, E. Ryan. I liiril row: |. Price, L. Reichman, ( ' . Fenzau, D. Ras- musson, C. Mattka, I). Weston. (!. Heberlein, K. 1 I.irris. sented on weekends at " Movie Time, " while Tues- day " Cinema Shop " is reserved for special interest and foreign films. Evidence of the careful and ex- cellent selection by the Film Committee is the length of the line awaiting entrance to a Play Circle production. I NION FILM ( OMMITl I I First row; W. Wolfert, (.. Hiken, |. Kahn, I) Weiss. Second r : I Bricknei S Barnett, E. V. Ed- w .1 r. Is. S. ' haii lin, B. I lansi In . I lord row: M. Sokolowski, I .. Abler, II. Sweed, M. Thompson. Hpi ' «! , iI hi 1 y) M Wf- J j P j " p ™ - " MUSIC COMMITTEE — C. Larson. D. Apple, R. Gresch, R Ebbott (chair- in. in . R. Gwirtzman, I.. Borden, P. Northrop. Music committee presents a variety of music in a variety oi settings to the campus. ' ITie ever-popular Sunday night sings, jazz sessions, noon rtcord hours, and outstanding Sunday mu- sic hours are results of this committee ' s work. I he annual concert series included such artists as the Bel Canto trio, violin- ist Tossy Spivakovsky, soprano Licia Albanesc, pianist Robert Casadesus, and baritone Leonard Warren. " Pop " concerts, in response to the demand for popular productions, included folk singer Susan Reed, DePaur chorus. Rhythms oi Spain, and pianist Hazel Scott. Sunday Sing in the Memorial Union. Susan Reed, popular folk-song artist. Clifford Odet ' s " Golden Boy • " , co-sponsored by Theater com- mittee and Wisconsin Players, appeared as an experimental thesis production in the Play Circle. Other Theater committee activities this year included two nights of the Ballet Theater, the New York Civic Opera com- pany in " Romeo and Juliet " , dancer Pearl Primus, and Green Room coffee hours. 1111 VII R COMMITTEE— First row: C. Berland Second row. A. Weiss, H. Hibbard, |. Bomgardner, V. Ginsberg, I.. Gem hardt, F. Taylor, ). Brandon. Third row: M. D unskt. R. Baumbach, I. Schcini . R Brown, R IsraLy, V I .il ■ ii. T. Mortensen. Robert Casadesus. brilliant pianist. " Golden Boy " . Play Circle production. GALLERY COMMITTEE— First row: B. Scheppke, R. landa, X Lison, [. Corrao, L. Mathwick, W. Prideaux. in-. A. Ko- Second row: A. Ik llinger. Baygell, M. Schneiders, ). Br B. Shockley, C. A year-round succession of art shows is car- ried through by the Wisconsin Union Gallery Committee from the first glimmer of an idea to the final hanging in the two galleries under its management — the Main gallery next to the Council Room and the Theatre gallery in the Theater wing. The three entries shown received top awards in the Hth Annual Wisconsin Salon of Art, one of the state ' s stitfest competitive shows. The high level of work contributed forecasts a superior artistic future for Wisconsin artists. Other competitions sponsored are the " Student Art Show " and the " Rural Art Show " . The committee also maintains a large collection of original oils and watercolors that can be rented by students and faculty members each semester. Other pictures are used to furnish the Union. Students rent pictures I rum the Union ' s original- art collection. Photography is also .irt, as shown in the Union theater gallery. Three winners in the Hth annual Wisconsin Salon of Art are shown below. " Rain . 1 Phyllis Mereen, wen the $125 Union purchase prize. " Reclining Figure " , by Clayton Charles, was adjudged the most meritorious work in sculpture. " French Quarter " , l Fontaine Kraynik, won first place. . . . ihsL SdcajoL tjhoupA. New students get acquainted ai an Open House dance, above. Dean and Mrs. Trump. L. Luberg, assistant to the President, and Porter Butts. Union Director, relax at the Hooters Open Housv. at ri.uht. Billiard balls crack together, bowling pins crash, paddles beat out a tennis table rhythm, ham- burgers sizzle, glasses clink, young thespians re- hearse drama, craftsmen hammer and create, mu- sic lovers change records and plan for professional or amateur recitals all within the walls of one building. Because of expert soundproofing of the building divisions, and the professional planning by students and advisory staff, the campus is pro- vided with a recreational program suitable to ev- ery taste. A constant check on the desires of the students keeps the social program of the Union attractive. Even the Union is not always large enough for recreation-seeking students. In the summer, crowd- ing is no problem as students spill out on the terrace. iinmi; Handling as many as seven dances in a week- end, nearly 200 members of Dance committee work to bring the tops in music, entertainment, and decorations. 1 . Folk dancing is the style at Sunday eve- ning Folk Fiesta, upper left. 2. A night club spirit prevails at the campus 770 Club in Tripp Commons, lower left. 3. Students got " clipped " at the Campacabana " Barber Shop dance " , above. I ' ltsi row: V. Meyer, T. Cut len, R. Giblin Second row: N. Anderson. S. Green, ( ' . Bergen, A. I ' m gholt, I , ( frossman, S. Wheeler. Third row: M. Grien, B.Gor- don, I). Loeb, 1 ' . Soellner, 1 1. Degner, B. HnuK n, ■]5d i: hies mi r.n n us GAMES COMMIT! I I Gaines committee arouses the competitive spirit in stu- dents by contests and tournaments. Chess, checkers, bil- liards, card games, and tabic tennis fit into the (James committee domain on the ground floor ol the Union. The committee regulates the use of equipment so thai it will benefit the largest number ol students. LIBRARY COMMITTEE Library committee members select current popular books and classics for the Union library, where students go for entertainment and information during free hours. Pictured is the Rev. R. L. Patton giving a " book talk " on " Kingsblood Royal " which emphasizes his campaign to abolish the color line in our society. Patton ' s crusade caus- ed a national uproar. UNION GAMES COMMITTEE— First row A. Jarchin, I). Hill, I). Fine, M. Rohland. Second row : M. Drottman, I). Suhm, J. Rose. I!. Butts, |. Kelly, LIBRARY COMMITTEE— First row: P. Warburg, E. Amy, M. Grippen, M. Knueppel, H. Francis, (i. Kaufman. Second row: M. Shimnick, W. Roggee, M. Ylvisaker, M. Perle, R. Wacholder. Third row: F. Newcomb, II. Clancy, M. Wilson, |. Sloan, R. Krauss. S 1 Mi DBttTa Am 3kM % A, w m ■ P WU Jr _l I lite TRENDS COMMITTEE— First row: S. Jordan, R. I Goldberg, N. Billcr. Second row: E. A. Brown. R. Marquart, P. Rein- heimer, W. Schmidt. P. Gombiner. An ocryday scene in the Union Council Room. HOUSE The House committee endeavors through its activities to maintain and improve the Union ' s tradition of hospitality. This year the committee was headed by Sudar- shan Lai Mehta. Sub-chairmen were: Vera Erling, Coffee Hours; Marion Olcjniczak, Tours; Jim Rurgoyne, Hosts and Hostesses; Kal Goldberg, Trends; and Joe Fagan, Married Students. Prom chairmen, elections candidates, the Phar- macy school, and the " Ruddigore " cast were among the guests honored at Coffee Hour. Spe- cial tours were conducted for Chicago theater di- rectors, Sheboygan high school students, and other groups. Hosts and Hostesses initiated a training program for student organizations; Married Stu- dents sponsored a reception and dances; and Trends conducted noon hour and library surveys, and studied the structure of Union committees. HOUSE COMMITTEE — First row: V. Erling, A. Boegholt, M. Olejniczak, F. Michaels. Second row: S. L. Mehta, J. Fagan, K. Goldberg, |. Burgoyne. ■ I .1 I I I llol ' K 452 . ihiL S wi L $JwjupA, Servicing the other committees are the Union Crafts Committee and its allied photography serv- ice, the News Bureau, and the Activities Bureau. Commons committee finds itself serving the stu- dents directly. When dances, games, art shows, ami other ac- tivities are planned, the News Bureau is consulted for an organized publicity program, and the Crafts Committee gives help and advice on deco- rations and posters. Activities Bureau is a nerve center where infor- mation on activities anil participating students is hied. It also recruits and classifies students for particular positions. The Union Crafts Committee has six sub-units, directing the students ' activities up in t he- workshop during the afternoons and evenings: The Darkroom, Special Art Events, Decorations, Workshop, Union News Photography, ami the Camera Club. These sub-committees decorate the Union for holidays and special events, conduct classes in handicraft, and assist in Gallery displays. CRAFT COMMIT! 11 First row: J. Wondrey, M. Rieder, M. L. Stewart, R. Mover. Second row: R. Hadlev. I ' .. D.iu chert. C. Bella, A. Foote. Creative students sell their articles at Craft Fair. Union committee members maki Christmas decorat ine a festive allair. 453 ACTIVITIES i! Mini Activities Bureau members are personnel direc- tors to the entire group of Union committees. Mass interviews were successfully used for the first time in October, 19-17, to procure student volun- teers for the committees in the Union, and they will doubtless be a regular occurrence early every year hereafter. In addition to this formidable task, AB members keep close contact with all other committees on the campus. Special public services, such as the Union committee directory and the student group information file, have commanded a sizable amount of this committee ' s time. ACTIVITIES BUREAU— First row: M. Rothermel, D. Widmer, ]. Borgerding, M. Shores. T. Engelhardt, D, Phalen, B. Sowicky, M. Markham. Second row: M. Brown, G. Bliss, M. McCrory, F. Oshan- sky, L. Rohr, W. Pike. G. Wheeler. Third row: W. R. Johnson, T. Nilcs. T. M. Ryan, P. Bloland, J. English. news mum Union publicity and public relations keep the News Bureau office and committee members at a high-pitched hum live days a week. News stories, features, pictures, and advertising is written for the Daily Cardinal and the uptown Madison pa- pers, and at times statewide or national publicity is attained for important programs. Recently Mad- ison radio broadcasts have been given special at- tention as news media, and m the Badger (Vil- | Built tin a summary news column oi Union programs lias become a regular feature. Tin " Union News " , a 4-pagC mimeographed intra house bulletin, is also published bi-weekly by ilu Bureau lor the 500 student committee mem 1)1 IS. UNION NEWS BUREAU— First row: F. Hcincmann, F. Michaels, J. Silverstein, S. Green, M Kjrchner, P. I ' reihannner, M. Ylvisaker. Second row: f. Landkamer, II. Stewart, I ' . Levine, M. Doll, A. Weiss, W. Guelzow, G. Heberlein, |. C. Rose, M. Strange, I ). W. fohnson. COMMONS COMMITTEE Left to right: K. Ehrman I . VI mis. ch., E. Pollay, . Radke, A. Smith, F. Reiffel, M. Gill, D. Osterheld, R. Shadd. Above: Tudor Singers. Commons committee accepts a large part of the responsibility for providing meals lor the students. It keeps a constant check on trends and advises the food departments of the Union on serving meth- ods. With the completion of the Breese Terrace cafeteria, a lot of waiting in line for meals was eliminated. Annually at Christmas time this committee transforms Tripp Commons with decorations into a Tudor period dining hall. Tudor singers present a program of old familiar Christmas carols and songs from the Tudor period in England during the supper. Cultural dinners are also held through- out the year in cooperation with foreign groups. Union committee members look forward to the annual spring Union family Smorgasbord at which tables groan under die burden of every kind of food imaginable. Union Chef Maurice Combs outdoes himself to make the Smorgasbord one of the most vivid ot campus memories. Commons committee in stigated the opening ol Great Hall for commuters to eat their lunches, and codec and milk is served. Commuting students lunch in (rre.it Hall. Ireese Terrace Cafeteria. usiii club Every graduate student on the Wisconsin cam- pus is automatically " ranted membership in the Graduate Club, a social organization expressly for graduate students, which cuts across departmental lines to insure a full social life and plenty of rec- reational activity for its members. Business of the group is handled by a council of 10 members. A provision in the club ' s new con- stitution allows any member of the organization presenting a petition, signed by 25 club members in his behalf, to become a member of this council. Several receptions sponsored by Grad Club dur- ing the year allowed graduate students to become acquainted with the Deans of their respective schools in a pleasant social setting. Three successful " Sport Nights " — (a Grad Club tradition) — gave members a chance to demon- strate their prowess in indoor sports, ami a Platter Dance sponsored by the organization also was much enjoyed. The club, which is affiliated with the Memorial Union, provides the necessary link between Grad students in all departments and an adequate, well rounded social life. Cr.nl students inert faculty on social ground at re- ceptions. I )r books are forgotten at .1 ir.ul Club party in Lathrop. GR l»l VI I CLUB COUN (II. First row: C. Sum. II. Kureishi, L. Odland, E. Edwards. Second row: R. Col 1 ee, 5. Rutherford, R. Post, MKUIIIIVtl, International Club, a vital part of the Union program, is composed of overseas ami American students. Its purpose is to give students ami others a practical knowledge of the way in which people of all countries work, play, ami with their varied cultural backgrounds, develop Impressions ol world problems. Mistaken ami incomplete impressions are cor- rected as persons who have lived long in other lands discuss their beliefs ami feeling at forums, friendship hours, and national dinners. Many of these students will become diplomats, government officials, or teachers, and will exert powerful influ- ences on public opinion. The ability of Ameri- cans to know and understand other people is as important as it is that they, too, learn more about us. As the frontiers of scientific progress are being smashed, so the members of the International Club look forward to the dissolution of cultural fron- tiers which are a menace to peace. INTERNATIONAL CLUB COUNCIL — (below): I. Sousa, M. El Wakil, C. Hinchman, M. Power, M. McNeil, R. Freund, N. Hsu. NORWEGIAN WEEK CHAIRMEN — (below right): R. ). Lewis, Professor E. Haugen, Scandinavian Dept., T. Skogstad, A. Roegholt. Above: Ai .1 distinctly American carnival, put on by the Iutern.uioii.il Club, .in overseas studeni reads .1 tor- tune. Norwegian students find Wisconsin agreeable dur- ing the winter months. International Club students depict Christmas in mam l.unls In charades at a festive party. ■ ii win: iis •+1 . J Appealing to the entire student group with a va- riety of recreational sports, the Wisconsin Hoofers add the outdoor note to the Union program. At a bang-up open house last September many newcom- ers were introduced to the knotty pine quarters and its associated activities. Sail boat races with the Hoofers ' fleet of eight boats, bicycle hikes, and overnight camping trips keep the Hoof- ers busy during the warm months. These activities arc- open to all students, and equipment for these trips is rented from the Hoofers. Hikes to Blackhawk Lodge, the Arboretum, and Sun set Point, and camping experiences at the Hells, Devil ' s hake, and oilier scenic spots totaled nearly 100 for the year. A large supply of miscellaneous outing equipment is rented to the siudeiiis for archery, horseback riding, ski ing, tobogganing, sailing, and bicycle riding. The annual 1 [oofer horse show reminds all Madisonians thai I looters versatile sportsmen. HOOFER COUNCIL— First row: G. Harkrader, H. Hopt, N. Levine, K.. Lof- stad, F. Wellington. Second row: W. fagusch, M. Robinson, E. Ohm, N. M.idi- scn. R. Henslcy. M. Hyde, D. Klein, V. J. Anderson. The pictures on the left [x r tray the many activities car ried on by Hooters during the year. -4SS ine Walker, queen oi the I looter Horse Show WINTER CARNIVAL Winter activities of the Hoofers are climaxed during the plaid shirt " Winter Carnival " week in February. Abilities of some of the seasoned Hoofers brought honors to the club when a ski team composed of Stan DuRose, Knut Lofstad, Jens Erickson, and Trygve Lange-Nielsen took third place in a field of twelve colleges at Aspen, Colorado, during Christmas recess. Lange-Niel- sen also took first in the national cross-country meet at Duluth on February 7. HORSE SHOW The flash of golden-coated Palominos, the pounding of hooves as five gaited horses racked around the tanbark ring, beautiful Jane Walker WINTER iiiuiiu, II II K S E S II II 11 crowned queen of the show with a garland of flowers, all provided a colorful spectacle for those who attended the third annual Hoofer Horse Show. In the three short years of its existence, the Hoofer show has risen to a place of prominence among Wisconsin horse shows. This year ' s show hosted some of the most outstanding horses and horsemen in the Middle West, spectacularly in- creasing its scope over previous shows. The Hoofer Horse Show presented an oppor- tunity for all university students to ride in a horse show, regardless of whether they own horses or have had much experience with them. The show offered, as well, classes for nearly every type of horse found in the mid-western area. Pi Lambda I ' ln entry which won the Hoofer Ice Sculpturing contest. Cynthia Bollinger, chairman of the Winter Carnival " Olympu Ice Revue. ' Tom Clears. 1 looter representative in the 4 Events Team. I ' Il IllllU.i; BK.tlTKS •II IIIR PROM CAMPUS MEMORIES ' U i JCOJtAUL BOOK FIVE i lid: llffll w FASHION DEMANDS " CAME IN OUR OF BIG FIRST... CALENDAR EVENTS " Forty-seven Come Eleven, " the theme of Homecoming, was appropriately chosen, for the Badgers made this year ' s Homecoming an exciting one. Students started the festivities with an afternoon pep rally and parade. Al- though the weather was cold and damp, 5,003 rooters were present to cheer our team on to victory over Iowa. With a previous defeat from Iowa in mind, Delta Gamma, winners of the sorority division in the house decorations contest, had as their slogan, " C ' mon Badgers, let ' s both try again. " Other winners were: Dover House of the inde- pendent houses, the Nurses ' Dorms of the women ' s dormitories. Chamberlain House of the men ' s dorms, and Pi Lambda Phi of the fraternities. Pi Lambda Phi was also the grand, all-campus winner. r 1 ' super THUGS] Phi (raninia Delia decor. n mm. First prize grand award presented to Jerry Robbins, Pi Lambda Phi, by Vic Meyer, decorations chairman, and his date, Phyllis Brudden. Promotions An unusual and interesting feature of this year ' s Homecoming was the Univer- sity of Wisconsin Band ' s Varsity Show put on in the Union Friday anil Saturday nights. Having been enthusiastically re- ceived, this new feature promises to be a welcome addition to Homecoming activi- ties. Homecoming celebrations were brought to a glorious close with the Homecoming Hall on Saturday night. An enthusiastic crowd, thrilled with the day ' s victory over owa, packed Great Hall to dance to the music oi Ronnie Stevens and to applaud Kins Tom [ones, as he presented his queen, Betty kirk. Two large dice, symbolizing the theme of Homecoming, " Forty-seven Come Elev- en, " formed the backdrop behind the or- chestra. Great Hall was truly resplendent Saturday night with its canopy of stream- ers and clever art work. Along with Tom Jones, general chair- man of Homecoming, plans were ably carried out by Chairmen Dick Lewis, gen- eral chairman of Homecoming Ball; Au- drienne Weiss, chairman of Publicity; Rob Ritter, in charge of Promotions; Mary Wahls and Vic Meyer, co-chairmen of House Decorations; Nancy Hanschman and Dick John, in charge of Buttons; Jim Burgoyne, chairman of Tickets; Marilyn Rieder, chairman of Dance Decorations; and Lai Mehta, chairman of Finance. Marilyn Reidcr I )ance decorations Lai Mehta Finance Margaret Pesut foe Fagan Clarice Bergen Roscoe 1 1.ivtinLZ . Peg Wilson O o o o o o © ® ® ® ® Dick John CHARITY MIA r On the eve of November 15, the Charity Ball did its bits toward contributing to the Campus Community Chest drive. Eddy Law- rence ' s orchestra provided music for the evening amid the carica- tures of auctionees painted on huge dollar pieces. Highlighting the entertainment was the annual auction of well-known campus per- sonalities who donated their services to the houses on campus bid- ding the most for them. Among those sold were: Harry Stuhl- dreher, Professor Quintana, Dean Trump, Dick Lewis, Badger Beauty Beverly Sidie, Prom King Wade Crane, " Campus Watch- dog " Joe Hammersley, and Dick John. Dick John was general chairman of the ball. Other chairmen were: Joe Fagan, publicity; Marg Pesut, tickets; Peg Wilson, ar- rangements; Roscoe Hastings, decorations; anil Clarice Bergen, music. [oyce Helms, Gamma Phi Beta ruiiii urn Ruth Blake Sigma Kappa Sorority girls reigned in all their glory when they and their dates attended the annual Panhellenic Hall, Friday, November 21. The ball is sponsored by the Panhellenic Council and proceeds are used Eor schol- arship funds. I nn Voegeli ' s orchestra played before a backdrop decorated with Greek temple columns. foyce Helms, Gamma Phi Beta, was the general chairman, tier committee consisted of Marj Wahls, Kappa Delta, publicity; Lyn Ricker, Pi Beta Phi. decorations ; and Ruth Blake, Sigma Kappa, tickets. The hostess chairman was fean Braun, Alpha Xi Delta; and Caryl Ericson, Delta Delta Delta, was in i barge of music. P I! E - I ' II II II (p m sunJbuL cl wohihi ptevisuv Announcing the Badger Beauties. Pre-Prom again brought the long awaited news as to the identity of the six Badger Beauties and the Queen of Prom. The presentation was unique, for the girls were presented one by one as they entered the stage of Great Hall from behind the backdrop. Individual crowns were placed on the backdrop and as each Beauty stepped out, she took her position beneath her indi- vidual crown, standing on a little raised platform. After the Beauties were presented, Jim Lawrence announced the young lady who would be his Queen at the forth- coming Junior Prom. Eugenia Tuhtar. CHAIRMEN Dick Lewis _ General Chairman Morris Softer _ Tickets Jane Stouffer Decorations Ronald Gihlin . Tickets Clarice Bergen ... Arrangements t( IM ICING AM QUEEN Dick Lewis and Nancy Olmsted 4f„S JUNIOR Nil) %avsL jua. ihsL fount ofc ihsL yuVL The 1948 Junior Prom Committee renewed an old tradition by holding the Prom in the State Capitol Building. The beautiful Capitol served well in aiding the State to celebrate its Centen- nial year. Through cooperation with University and State officials, the Prom committee succeeded in making the 1948 Prom " the biggest ever " . While the music of Lawrence Welk flowed generously through the marble rotun- da and two thousand people danced to the splendor of the magnificent en- vironment, King Jim Lawrence of Tul- sa, Oklahoma, crowned Miss Eugenia Tuthar, Janesville, Queen of the 1948 Junior Prom. £umoA. fihom. Leading the Grand March for the " Centennial From " was King Jim Lawrence and his Queen, Eugenia Tuhtar. Behind the Royal Couple were Governor and Mrs. Oscar Rcnncbohm, the Badger Beauties and their escorts, invited guests, and the Prom chairmen and sub-chairmen and their dates. The Prom chairmen were: William Art ., Executive chairman; Byron Ostby, Promotions; Nancy Phillipp, Arrangements; Len Koppana, Social Relations; John Bacher, Finance; Jay Wexler and Marv Resnick, Decorations co-chairmen; and Dick Baer, Tickets. The Prom sub-chairmen were: Joe Fagan, Publicity; Bert Hutchinson, Advertising; Brad Sebstad, Pictures; Fretl Stcnder, Capitol Arrangements; Vic Meyer, Reception; Donna Grossman, Program; Pat Soellner, Invitations; Shirley Schroedcr, Dinner; Tcm Niles, Boxes; and Mary Wahls, Grand March. The theme for the decorations of the 1948 Prom was the 100 years of statehood for Wisconsin. Behind Lawrence Welk ' s band were the numbers " 1848-1948. " Balloons with the inscription " Centennial Prom " were released over the dancers, adding to the festive appearance of the Capitol. SUB-CHAIRMEN I- l igan, Donna Grossman, Brad Sebstad, Shirlej Schroedcr, Vi Meyer. Tom Niles, Mary Wahls, Berl Hitchison, Pal Soellner, Fred Stender fomtrubtesA. In addition to the Prom chairmen and sub- chairmen, the committee had the invaluable assistance of Ray Hilsenhorf, Ann Boegholt, Dean Trump, and Dean Troxell. Mr. Halbert, state engineer, and Mr. Brown, supervisor of buildings and grounds of the State Capitol, offered much needed advice and assistance. William An Byron Kiln Dick IS.KT ,iik Phillipp Len Koppana John Bacher Jay Wcxlcr Marv Resnick Under the direction of Byron Ostby and foe Fagan, a new system was employed in the selec- tion of the Badger Beauties. Any girl could be- come a contestant. Local judges narrowed the entries down to sixteen finalists and then beaut j expert, Harry Scranton, of the Patricia Stevens Modeling School of Chicago, picked the m winners. The girls were judged on the basis ol charm, poise, and personality. m , r i EM =1 A l i s i H Wf i L. From Waukegan, TTus Alpha Phi Aspires to fame In Sociolo In Campus activities She sets a pace; She is the essence Ol beauty and grace. • ■ I ■ ■i I T». Though beauty alone Would bring h r t.uiK, Myriad charms Are hers t claim: A Hair lor piano — Many talents appear Which will enhance ' 1 his Kappa ' s career. Brown-eyed and lovelj This K.KG I [as oft inspired Fine Poetry. In outdoor sports She ' s in her clement: And her major — ( " hild I )evelopment. This brow ik iu- Kappa, I lazel Is to Income An August bride. She ' s from San I )iego, A major in art — Hut lately lias turned I ' d ail. ins di the heart . ;ous " Happy " , An Oshkosh cjueen. In latest fashion Is always seen. Swimming ' s lier hobby, beauty ' s the k To her ambition — A mo I An artisti For ihis p Jpha Xi. In commercial 1 It r pros! For Marsh field ' s I.o Success is nigh. IF MIL Ralph Ebbott. Sigma Alpha Epsilon King Bob Samp and Queen Barbara Gill The 1948 edition of Inter-Fraternity Ball was held March 5, in the midst of a formal atmosphere of stately Greek columns and laurel sprays. Chicago- land music of Ben Strong provided soft music for General Chairman Bob Samp, his gracious queen, Barbara Gill, and a crowd of 1,600 others. Sorority double trios and fraternity quartets staged a lively intermission contest under the guidance of Master of Ceremonies Dom Cefalu. A successful blending of formality and fun was provided by Bob Samp, Psi U, and his crew of chairmen: Ed Smith, Theta Delta Chi, Promotions; Fred Stender, Sigma Chi, Publicity; Don Shane, Pi Kappa Alpha, Public Re- lations; Don Chapin, Delta Sigma Pi, and Bob Meyer, Theta Chi, Decora- tions; Bernie Goldstein, Zeta Beta Tau, Finance; Ralph Ebbott, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Tickets; John Metcalfe, Chi Phi. Arrangements; Tom Niles, Sigma Phi, and George Balthazor, Beta Theta Pi, Music and Entertainment; and John Bacher, Delta Tau Delta, Banquet. Tom Niks, John Bacher, Fred Stender. I Ion Sli.ine, John Metcalfe. Ed Smith, Bcrnic Goldstein, Bob Meyer, George Balthazor, Don Chapin. I .en Kosinski Pat Ewen Pauline Gorenstein udrienne Weiss Bruce Ashenfelter Ed Mills and date, Virginia Barlow SENIOR HILL Great Hall was the scene of many farewells, Inn also the center of plans for future reunions on June 15, when the Senior Class held its last big social function— Senior Ball. Relieved from exams finished that afternoon, the seniors and their dates spent a gay, yet reminiscent, evening dancing in the softly-lighted hall. Class President, Ed Mills, anil his date, Virginia Barlow, reigned at the semi-formal dance. Working with Co-chairmen Karl Hoelzel and I. en Kosinski were: Pauline Gorenstein and Pat Ewen, co-chair- men of Decorations; Audrienne Weiss, Arrange- ments; Ella Sigman, Entertainment; Tom (ones, Finance; Elizabeth Braeger, Programs and Invita- tions; Ronald Giblin, Promotions; Marilyn Shores, Publicity; ami Bruce Ashenfelter, Tickets. Karl Hoelzel Ronald Giblin Marilyn Shores Tom Jones Elizabeth Braeger I HANO RILL OF Minimis . . . it ' s hi ;h tide on Bascom Hill as waves ol students pour out of classes . . . . . . but the road that winds toward the Rock is nearly de- serted . . . . . . and just hear that cheer that greets the band ' s " V " formation at football time! . . . ij.R.i . m . m 9 l ihsLjall . . . that registration molwas enough to dampen the highest Swrits — and then, what a blow ' — rUcfc, was that ream of forms to be fillea out! . . . ... a solitar ffflu ient takes his own tour oiw he eSmpiis — could be he ' s lookuggr over mc grounds to see if it wffs worth registerin ivh fL MqhlhaiiDVL lin A. . . . th; n rushing rolled around, and fraternity rushees were serenaded by new sorority pledges . . . . . . and those three balloons that appeared all over campus kept us all guessing, until we tounii they were part of a publicity stunt lor the " Pop " Concert series . . . ( wijnxL cUwundL thsL . . . that registration line at the Armory wound around corners for endless blocks, it seemed; .ind we thought we would never reach the door . . . . . . then we found we had waited so long for this — a " prison " por- trait, complete with numbers and blazing floodlights . . . . . . and before we knew it, up pop- ped W-day, that Wisconsin tradition when W-Chlb members catch co-eds unaware and thoroughly remove all ipstick . . . Ubhahif . . . . . the entire team jumps to its feet dur- ing a tense moment in a muddy football game . . . • . . and another fall tradition is enthu- siastically carried out -- the Torchlight parade on the eve of elections . . . . . . and almost a tradition is the athletic- coupon book line that begins to form long betore dawn . . . . ..and. dtnm ominq chowdA, . . . with their backs to a coloriul October view il the Ag campus, two students enter Ag Hall . . . . . . and hundreds gather in from of the Union ! r ;• lung-bursting cheer al the Homecoming pep rally . . . . . . while below, the victorious learn returning to Madison is met at the station by a mass of happy students . . . pDWL inJb WladiAv L . . . once each year, frater- nity row sends forth its self-styled sculptors to vie for the ice-sculpturing tro- phy .. . . . . a capacity crowd hills th " Pharm " between every class to discuss last night ' s date, today ' s lecture, . w. tomorrow ' s exam . . . s- n m Qtc (xtinteJL when. jJieeis. . . . winter is definitely on the hori- zon when steam rises from Lake Mendol i . . . . . . lost in thought, )1 1 Abe sits, surrounded 1 drifts ol snow . . . and line ol the highlights of th t season was ilit con i ii bj lolinist Tossy Spivakovsky . . . VJL itJL 0)V L ihsL . . . a peek-a-boo glimpse of Bascom Hall from the drive — a shortcut for many — behind the Law Building . . . . . . second home to all Wisconsinites is the Cabin with its congenial at- mosphere, partially due to the fact that you can ' t move two leet with- out bumping into a friend — liter ally! . . . walkbu qoxnq ufL ihsL ... 1 loofers Ski c ' luli n ices learn the whys and especially the wherefores of the " snow plow " . . . . . . and a special Hoofer-spon- sored event was the ice sculp Hiring contest, held on Ras- com Hill lor the first time . . . . . . the second phase of winter Mendota conies when ics is nist begin ning to cover the lake . . . hilL to, (BadJCDJfL HalL ... a unique new landscape feature — converted army barracks! They assured us they were only tempo- ran. ind « agreed — they defin- itely are! . . . . . . and then ihe inevitable came — tuials - .mil some of us called im- promptu hash sessions to cram for thai econ xam, discussing marginal profits u.i into th wee hours of ' I. morning . . . . . . another jolly winter sport we ' ve all had a try at — drifted snow means a tug o ' war! . . . . . . and, actwiticA . cea o.. . . . the third phase of Mendota meant the ice-quake that shook even Bascom Hall, and pushed up blocks ol ice in piles several leet high . . . . . . and shortly after, the Win- ter Carnival float parade was held, with the Winter Olym- pics as its theme . . . . . . but for a calculus exam, some preferred the solitary all night ersion of cramming . . . fojt final, BxawLbu. . . . what the well-dressed young lady ! ' 46 wort to a dance is shown at the left, hut below . . . J hut, i L Sphinty, sweMj ... a glimpse oi Lake Wingra and the Arboretum is caughl from Council Circle, built by hand in memor) ol Kenneth fensen Wh el it. ' 35, by Ins bereaved father . . . . . . synonymous with spring .ire the sailboats ih.it reappear on Mendota even lie-tore the first violet is up . . . . . . ever since Kiekhofer Wall w.is torn down, students have taken over the quonset walls for painting .pups and announcements . . . oruL idu Ad tleAA . . . . rapt attention and utter 1h u doni arc registered in varying dc- grees in tliis typical crowded clan room . . . thsL MmvAJu LooL fohwcuuL . . . new sorority initiates arc congratulated In a fraternity serenade . . . . . . the Pine Room, another favorite meet- ing place for dorm men, where refresh ments are served cafeteria style. ' The cof lee line at alxmt 9:30 I ' M. is second oiil to registration line in length . . . . . . and at last THE big day is here — row upon row oi dignified seniors sit listening to Commence- ment addresses, awaiting the mo- ment when those hard-earned di- plomas are handed to them . . . At QowimmawuwLi I William Vos Editor Caroline Mahan Business Manager memorial union, madison. wisconsin telephone: badger 580, extension 365 63nd yearbook, Idtuoeiuttf. o£ It Ucanlin. We have attempted to present in this, the 63rd Badger, a picture of Wisconsin as it is. If we have succeeded, and we hope that we have, credit for it should go to the fine cooperation from those who have worked with us. The production of a volume such as the Badger entails the work and cooperation of many people. There are a few members of the staff on which the final responsibility is placed; theirs is the duty to direct the work of the others. Although they have spent much time in monotonous, routine work, they have also had the thrill of the actual planning of the book and have had the satisfaction of seeing it carried out. But there is a large number of workers, the majority of the Badger staff, who have contributed their time and energies to the annual with little opportunity for displaying executive ability or origi- nality. Endless hours of routine typing, filing anil checking has been their job. They have received no glory, no material recognition. It is to these faithful and unselfish staff members that the 1948 Badger expresses its deepest appreci- ation. We present this annual, then, not as an exponent of commercial artists ami experts, but as a book created by students of the University of Wisconsin. It will be our small triumph if you consider its contents to have recorded clearly and accurately the University in 1948. William R. Vos, " Editor ( ' Koiisi Mahan, Business Manager 502 CALL 6-HOOO LAUNDRYC ORY CLEAMIHC ONAIRF SERVICE T III SflNDMS I .... r . .if • PERSONAL IIDEX K i E. SSI tbbott, Cordon 266 tbbott, Rol HI lb M a) •bel 6. 308 Ruth ... 383 kbolioD, loreni ■ . ;in tbelson, Harricl ., I iwrew . 96 12] U6 I H7. ' «.. 162 121, 13 Ibi abamson I Vbrahaouon, Hon 290 Ibn m it . ShciT) tbrams, Doroth) I I-. n. 06, 326 t i. iim.. Stephen in ion, Rodnej 96 Khi..|i,nii-. J.im. . Bl, 434 v elo, irginia 96 Melva y6, 357 tcheaon, tt illiam 279, 329 Ickeri erne .... 330 - kerson, Davjd ibj . Niiuin. ' i . 288, 312 Adams, 1- llxabetb 209, 310, 412. lit. in. n I " . ' llV ' If, tdanu 57 21S Adama, Ferr) . lams Mil _ 96 tdams, Roberi 96 279 Idaahek, Earl Id ■■■•In k Ivan 318, 323 Idemino, J imet 215 tderman, Merrill 96 iky, Irvine 2HJ Adler, harlea ;: Q Adolfaon, In .65 Igulnii k. Roliyn ;:i 142 1 .... 371 thlquist, Clifford " »6, 268 thonen, Erick .... 295 Kin- J--. Doi i- ; i ; lir.n-, Harold 330 ■ aa, lames u,, 1 amilli 76 1 lunnai 289 k. Robert 289 Aiklns, irginia 109 •inatrorlh, (.. tinswmh, Kenneth 96 I ' osworth, Phyllis 1: tkulick . 222 llberl Doris mi All.. , l. Ceo ...44, 284 Ubert Clen 60, 207, 381 Ubert, I; Alberta, Innabelle Uberts Ro) 118 124 139 140 Ubn ■ tu Fe mm |fj 1 Ubri chi, Pali 1 in Ubi i 305 ili umbi 11 U alti 1 27? -■ Roland 96 ;;i 106, 107, til Aldwoi in Dan 11 joi 362 Udworth, Helen 1 1 ill sandi l (,,j ilexandi 1 lane ... 311 Ueunder, Form 378 il Model Mrs. John .178 ileunian, Maria m 97, 305 Ml! mj,, 219 ilfr. . Man 353 1 illan, Harold 60 ;_•„ illen, indrews 283 illen, Cheslei illen, Helen , " ' ' " I ii in, M ' en 1 1 . j Sins 209 299 106 illi n Worm illen. Ralph illen, I j,,; 320 illen Stella ill in, Mary ■ , . lli. 1 . 31 I Mini , 283 Mli-. 11 1 barlca Vlli-, mi Keith illaopp Herbert ' ' I Vim- 11. Charles 270 Fohn 1 ■.. .ii. ■ ilatad, K- nil- id Altondorl ■ _ | , 294 . 305 illh Ulpi I Un in 1 rank ;ui imb l. imbro, Paul j 1 iml avage, Char], - 97, 284 imbroae, James L2 ii I. Cecelia 15, )7, 357 imea, Calvin 47, 207 Ames, Donald 12 Ames, J. Mini. ' 205 Ami ■-. J. .tin .... 330 Vim. - I 1 , : ; imea illiam Amotb, Audre 78, 307 Amthor, L, 346 Amundaon, Arthur 97 Amundson, Floyd .... 398 Amy, It. Amy, t. 15] indel, J. . .. 352. 429 Andersen, J. .... 291 inderaen, Leonard 63, 64, 97 Anderson, . 97 249 325 Anderson, Barbara .97. 256, 257 Anderson, Dalton 61, 329, 348 Anderson, Donald A. 259, 326, 49 Anderson, Donald J. 97, 274 Anderson, Donald T 97, 277 Anderson, Doris 78, 87, 430 Anderson, Dorothy 87, 347 inderaon, Doug] - 378 Anderson, Ewa 345 Anderson. Frederick 294 inderaon, George 52, 97, 223, 225, 292 indi rson, Harold 331 inderaon, Hugo .. 378 Anderson, Jane 97, 291, 346 inderaon, Jerrj 97, 293 Anderson, John ;.., inderaon, Kenneth . ..48, 97 Anderson, Leo 331 inderaon, Leslie _ 289 Anderson, Margaret 70, 71, 97, 360 inderaon, Martin 207 inderaon, Morline 98 Anderson, N 98, 291, 450 inderaon, Norene 301 inderaon, Patricia 353 inderaon, Raymond 98, 321, 325 inderaon, Richard .. 98 inderaon, Roberi I .. 92 inderaon, Roberi I . 61, 98, 224 inderaon, Robert T. 207, 340 inderaon, ernon 98 inderaon, Wallace .... 333 inderaon, Warren 98, 279, 380. 458 indrae, M ax 330 indre, Bernard 47 indren, Ruth .... 358 indrews, Dale 218 indrew s, George ... 378 indrews, lames 271 indrews, Jeanne indruaka, Major B. J. 222. 225, 229 ingell, George .... 218 ingle, Howard 207 118 119 inklam, Don 326 inaberry, LeRoji on insell, Burton .... 207 insfield, B. 349 intea, John 294 ipetl, William 269 Appel, Helen 300, 371 ippenzellar, Fean M9 .; 50 ipperaon, Roberi 245, 2»i. ipple, Darlene 169 147 ippli Susan 112 ippling, r . 129 iranda, U ■•-■ 332 irblai intl v 270 in Fiambean, Avis 1 .11 in her, It. 4Q Willi.,,, 1 K.iv irend, fames in in m,i I.!,,,. ;t8 J . 121 irendt, Charles 327 irendt Morberl 327 Shari 371 irenta, Ed iriei I no. on irlng, ( harli - on N.i, 1. ' IH, |06 irkeo Hen v " - Mar) 14 M7 ii matrons, l dm 40 irmstrong, John ;i irmatroni Katharlm I 10 I .1 irmstrong Robi rl oh. 274 irn ' ■ . Wai ren m ni,int, Arnold 11 Aradt, Bruce . el, 217 irndt, G Arndt, Rii hard 1 aeson, inton iroeson l hi ii nold, idam imold, Aldora Arnold, Bett) irnold, II-- r r irnold, Ralph irnold, W..lt.-. irnow, Jack irnat, John ironaon, Eleanoi i onson, ' -.ii. ' l .in-...,. |, 1, ,,!,,■ i8_ 98_ irvMon, Hi. it. v (.. irta, in. ' Hi Art , w illiam 287, iach, Maxinc 98, ischenbrener, Mary Ashenbrucker, John 215, 263, 264, 29S Ashenfelter, Bruce 200. ishworth, Ed) 1 In Aakotxky, Bernice 372, -k..t k . Melvio iaperheim, Donald ispinwall, W illiam iaztalos, Mil hael iten, Chuck ikui-. John itkins, L. ... tkiii-. Mrs. Margan 1 Aton, M. Atwater, Stephen . iubrey, Herman . kuerswald, Edgar lUgSt) n . 1, mm. 1 iusbourne, Richard 57, iusen, June Ausland, J. iuat, Charlotte 16 01 iustin, Arthur Austin, Josephine 99, Austin. Robert ive ' Lallemant, William iverbrook, Phyllis 99, 306, ivei ill. Raj mond iverawald, Edgar ... 2] L, Awe, Virginia .99, ixotis, M.u ixtell, Rosemarj Aj (ward, Margai its 99 ost, John i. - i Fwen B Babka, Lawrence Bach, Joan Bacber, John 263. 264, 275. 170, Bachhuber, Martin 61 Bachhubei Raj 1 1 Backlund, Gunhild Baebler, Arthur Baer, Bob Baer, Joan Baei . Mai ge Baer, Richard 99, 277 Baei nstein, Hai 1 v Bagley, I. It.,,,. . B. Bah. . heeti i Bailey, gnea Bailey, Helen Hi. Baile, . I " . Bailin, Helen Baillies, S. 11 bridge Mar, 207 328 283 2»:i 278 121 418 319 74 •18 330 98 372 375 205 30 38 470 300 311 403 483 375 4J ' l 207 427 240 329 281 311 .Hi 341 :i„ 79 377 205 98 205 93 348 388 271 367 99 328 431 329 319 302 357 362 310 l 26S 39 305 182 320 ll.n nl. Bain), William Baker, Dean. Baker, Roberi Baker, Roac , It.ik, ' , s.,,,1 Baki ,. Shirlej 99, It.ikk, ' , Carol Bakke, Seyi Bakke, Sip-id Bakke, Wi Bakken, Jamea Bala I ugene Balanaky, Rone Balch, lean Raich. Mar; Baldwin, Ml„, i ' i. Di ii.i,,, loapeh : ildwlr, l , , ,„ 109 Baldwin, i 99, isi 62, 93 286 30 123 170 88 3K, t:,i 330 87 353, 416 :dii 365 ,0 111, 353 28 l Bald Baldwin ii.ii,,, li,li,,„, Balliriie Ballo h Ii , II. ,1 Shirley Stan i. I Ralph Baltarud, Roberi . 330 ... 288 . 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Shirlej (57 Barrett, Thomas 11, .1 Barrett, Waller ... . 103 Barrette, John I ,,, H.imij;:, ' . M. 351, IJ ' I Barrington, Bob . ;j. Barrington, Gordon 320 Barron, K 292 Barry, I ,,r..thv ;,._ Barry. Elmrr n2. (,:!. 64, 100 Barry, James 281 BarBon, Ii. 240 ll.n l,,k. Frank ... .... 100 Bartel, Andre 332 Borti Us, Marianne 299 Bartelme, Mik.- 273 U.,,1, Ime, Ki.hard 62. 100. 219. 403 Bartels, Roberi 100. 325 11.1,1,11. Norman 324 Barter, 1 bomaa 329 ll.inli. Betty .... 303 Barth, Donald 207, 218 ll.n 1I1. Elizabeth 100 llarili. Patricia ... 308 Bartlett, J.,,,,- 3 02 1 ,1 Bartling, J,, ,,- ... 357 Barn, Richard in Baa Deane 7 1 lt.i-k n. Mm, l.i 369, Hi. D -l. 1. JoAnu 300, .17 Basi Gerrj Baaan n, lli,- :llu Bast, , I, II,, -ii 212 Bast, J. 351 Baaten, Jack 269 Baatian, Lehyman 207 Ii... 11.111. Hi. Hugh 100 Bat, I,. J. 129 11. in ,,,.,,, Uetha 10 ■ Bate t, Lee ..79 Batoa, E. 1 1 Batiate, Mary 102, 385 Batker, Barbara ... 100 I!., Ik, 1 II,,,,. |,„, Battel in. in .1, ii.. .in Bailies, Donald . ' 8 ' . II II. 34a Bauer, Stephen 128 I!,,,,, Waldo Bauer, William Han, -nil, -in, I. Mar) Jan, Baugh, Edwin It I . JIH Hi,, hi Janet S7S, 146 Baun lean l M II. ,1,1,,. Richard 207 11.,, iin.iii 11 11 ban. 110. 351 11, inn, .,,, h I. ' , 1 11 an, ilt,. 1 ],,., 11,11. 1,. urn. D, til Ba. inn. 1 liiiu.i 355 H. mi ' . Mabel II.miiiiIi.i, h. Hi, Ih 77. 100, Ml, 111. 117 irduer, Jama, 128 I ; , , , 1 , . , 1 I I . : .321 II. .,,,,,;:. nil, ,.,l,ii 51. 100 Baumganner, w . S. 140, in Hi,, ' , H,ii . 100 504 Bayerlcin, Richard Baygcll, Annette Baylees, Uei 74, 318, Bayley, L. 1. is [in Marilyn 100, 305, ll.ni, .ii, Charlotte 101, Beach, Allan Beanie, Mar) Ellen 101, Beaver, K.i, in., ml i:. , hi ' Joeeph lt,- lit.. 1. 1. Roaenuur) Beck, Francis Beck, Richard Becker, Duanc . 217, ii,-. ker, It.-, ker, B. i ii i Be ker, Becker, Becker, Ii.. ker, I:,, k. ,. I-,. Ik. Henry John Lvdia 1. S Walter Walter 190, c H. II,-. kiii.iiui. III. una-. II.. k.i. I, Paul ...101, 377, Beckwith, Andrew it.. k« .Hi, David 266, Becvar, Jerruld . Been, 1 ' aul Been, Carol 30. lul. Been, 1 dwin : " . Been, H. Beetham, Kmli Bella. C Bebiing, Cordon Behrend, Jamea It.-lir.-n-. Marv I ...i 303, Bohr. ii-. Richard 37, 207, Behrens, Thomas Bchring, K. R Beierle, It. Brin, Blanche It, in, Murray Beinema, II. Bekkum, iiw--n — Belanalcy, Rene Belcher, Mi-. Belew, Kmli Bell, Betty - Bell, H. J Bell, Mary Bell, Kugci . Belongiu. Eugene Below, B _ Below, Donald Belter, Walter .. — Beltran, Roman Belser, Helen Bender, Beverly Bender, 1 ' . 1. " -■- Bender, Donald Bender, John Bender, Robert Bendinger, Barbara 270 448 320 429 442 353 330 376 328 328 101 325 279 101 266 321 266 360 3SI 240 283 288 288 383 279 433 11)1 323 345 325 348 101 453 101 330 319 276 272 225 249 356 346 333 312 307 112 360 2JJ 101 330 _ .312, . ' .I Ii. ,..! i, k i:. , J ii : Benedict, Dale 330, Bendt, Robert Benedict, Ralph It. Benedict, R. W. -..- Benedon. Irving „ „ Bener, J. Benjamin, Mrs. Rose Benk.-rl Winnitred Bennett, Ann 70. 71, 82. llll, Bennett, B Bennett, f. Bennett, Edward Bennett, l.h.ria _ It. -mi. -it, John Be It, Joseph Bennett, Mary Ellen Bennett, Richard . 101, 289, Bennett, Thomas 231). 218 . 249, 259 Bennett, William Benning, Robert Benainger, Ruth Benson, Mildred 34. 40, 101, 136, 366, Benson, Pirie Benaon, Robert Bentheimer, Perry Bentley, Curtis Bentley, Joan B. in-. ,ii. Charlea Bentaon, Ruth Benlz, Uonal.l 101, Benyaa, S Bern, Jack 2ui, Ben ., Norman 63, B.-n i.in, Audrey 101, Bercy, D Berentsen, Frank Berentsen, Richard 119 Berg, All.-n Doris 101, 361, 382, Gordon . H. 11. Marilyn 101, Berg. Norberl 263, Berg, William Berge, Barbara 20. 77, 82, 101. 208. Berge, John _ Berge, Robert Bergen, Clarice 101. 109. 431, 445, 450. Berg. Berg, Berg. Rerg, 313 283 331 321 317 351 34 383 322 101 302 259 1211 323 58 225 207 346 372 :ti)2 306 251 321 329 434 101 287 353 398 270 259 207 371 421 273 265 290 55 101 64 357 328 350 407 ol 369 420 330 321 330 427 323 441 372 271 207 417 28 218 444. 466 Bergen, William Bel rethon, Dr. Bjo Berger, Phyllis 102, Berge N.u-l Berth, Mi.,- ;n. in. John Bergman, Mariiyo Bergmeieti r, i i - Bergabaken, Bet erlt v Bargaon, Arnold Bergatrom Natalie 102, Bergunde, Donna He I k . . W i I i . 1 I I . Berkowiu, Harriet ln- ' . ll.-ik.iwit , Kim. la 102, Berksbakcn. It, Mil, ll-ik-nii. Muriel It.-, land. Claire 300, 369, 393. B.-rliant, Charlotte Berlin, James It.-, Ulan. David 102, l.i i in in. Hal w, H.-iinaii. Selma _ Bernard, K..b.-rt Bernard, Roger Iterndt, Jerome It. Mil.. lioll- Bernheim, Jacob 71. Beining. Mike Bern-, Doris Bems, Gabriel Bernstein, Dorothy J " ii Bernstein, Eduh In. 171, Bernstein, Hitchel 102, 267, Bernstein, Ruth 102, Bernstein, Theodore : Re Iii i i Berry, . Berry, Elisabeth Beraon, LaWTence l-i-i Berth, Leonard 17, ln2. Bertolaet, 1 rederii k Bertram, B. Bert- hinger. William II. u-. by, Adelbert . li.-ii . Ralph It. --.v. Mr-. 1 ' aul Beeaey, 1 ' aul Beasey, Roget _ Beat, Robert Beatul, Cordon . 17, It, -til. Hilar, Bettcher, Dorothy 102, lt.-tt-. Gordon Beutler, Arthur 54, 57, 62, 64, Beven, Mary 102, Beyer, Ire. I (oho Beyer, L _ B. in ha. Donald Bias, Charles 92. 93, Biddick, Dorothy Biddick. Jack Biddick. Roy.-,- Bidwell, T. Die. James 269, II " . Biederwoli, Robert Bieler, Jean 111, 4 ::• hM Bielinski. Edward lot. Iti.iiiang, Cecelia Bieraach, Robert BigloW, Barbara 366, lliller, Doris 300. Bill.-r. Joel 286, lliller. Nan 300, llill.i. Ii. Billings. Florence Billings, Hannah Billings, Marian Biilmayer, Charles Bills. Barbara . Binder, Gerald Biuger, Edward Bingham, William Itinv.Tsie, Linus ... Itiii .l. George Bir.l, George Birdsall, Edith 111.. Birdsali, It. Blrkenmajor, Sigmund lliik.-lt. Nan. v 1113. Hi, kin. I , Ceorge Itn mingham, irdie .309, Birmingham, 1 bom is Blrnberg, Harold III-, hull. J. III-. Iii. II Don. Ill, 118. Iii.. In, II. Marilvn : Howard Biaael, Hanoi 103, Hit trier, Conrad 103, 271. 329, Hill,,.,. Robert I Ititln.-r. J. Biltrick, Jai k 277. .113. Bjorklund, Robert Ilia, k, Stanley I ' M. Black, Wall.,.. Blackbird. Elisabeth Blackbourn. Lisle 225. 230. 235, 248, 249, Blackburn. Claire 205, Blackburn, William III si klo.-k, Thomas 256. 257, III i. km, i, John lil.n kiiiun, Virginia 281 437 102 351 111 368 102 102 309 305 320 372 :;t 347 131 117 102 325 21.7 372 402 207 325 353 102 277 308 102 312 382 321 358 57 319 349 362 HI 207 267 348 328 331 333 402 402 289 102 102 102 311 207 330 315 323 283 240 420 102 310 330 60 321 til 367 478 325 345 281 429 350 ton 452 348 306 368 368 277 mi, 214 103 385 325 277 427 375 252 103 349 323 353 312 103 348 427 369 103 311 423 427 329 349 402 279 2.a. 91 259 299 266 259 265 345 Blair, Edmund _ 378 Blair. Milton . 93 .i Blake, Ruth 82, 91. ' ' I. |. 298, .111 in lil.k.l. , k„n, 103. 306 HI bene, Jim., ... iii Blank. If. iii , 51. 57. 58. i Blank. I . 103 III, ,,k.. Darwin 2:1 Illankuian. Herbert 10 lilat. k 1 . I 207 i .. 103 111.,. Frank llllg.inl. I ,. ' Blinder, Alvln ... J ,:. 328 Blinder, Leatrice i 1 Itli... (.. 107, 154 D I ' ll- I Int. 356, II ' . Ml. n int. 270. 102 Bio, k, Bell) J " l " l III... k, R. .lam! ._ 55 Block. Hi, an.- 211. 28 ' i Block, Edward ..._ 333 Bleu It, Roland II Jon 78, 301 Bloland, II trlanil .... 330 111, .hind. 1 ' aul :il«. 130 II ■ 1 ! Illoni.lahl. Floyd ... 58 III It: I, I 1 llll Blodgett, Jayne 78. 301 ....I 1,11 185, 434 III Igood, loseph nil. 130 Bloom, Carol .. 371 HI ricinh.il. I ami Ml, 363 Itli.iu. Jam,. J 7 7 Blumberg, I. t- Ilium. Joel lot niitlim. Beverl) 307 111., in, ' nili.il. Sandra 35o Blunt, Margaret 118, 419 II. " k. J.-nv _ 438 It. .1 k. 1 11. Marguerite 104, 317 H1..I.1H. Marilyn . 317 Bodenstt in Ni II 217 H.i.lni. Richard . 271 Boegholt, Anne 450. 457 It... Inn. Edith 104, 388 Ho. In. -r, Charles _ 207 B„.l in, VI. I.- lul. .171. Ill H11.I1.I, Richard 281 It. 1. in, r. Mar, l.ou 353 Boerner, Uti.-.l _ 281 It. . .111.1. Roger .281 it.. 1-1 h.-l, Leila nil Bogie, Betty Lou 311, 353 Bogumill, M. 112 Bohi n. Keith .. . 104 Hold. Donald III Holll. H Ilia. , llll lli.l.in, Robert 219, 329 11. .I,,,,. Robert 1 104 H..I111, Robert J. 281 Holm, irgniia . 36 Hohulolf. Warren 39 Bohnsack, Harold 274 Bohstedt, Jan,.. 104, 283 Boland, Edward 2117 B..I.I1, 1 113, 330, IJo Boldl. Il.,ai llll, 21, " . 327 liol.-ii.l. r. Join, ..._ 218 It, . I. -in I. -I . I,.,. I ' ll .11; Holler. Inj;. J17 Bollea, 1 In.. 1. 299, 319 Bollinger, Cynthia 78, 3119. 418. 450 Bollogh, Fred 326, 380 Hnl.- I- ... ol ndner, Josephine 1111. an. 1 14, 11: Ii- 1 M. - I.. . 321 1: 1 Rob, tl Ml. 432 11. .11, 1. William 380 It.. n.n, , I i. 111. . 01. ' 12 it... .kin. i,t. [eac 104, It. ...lu.r. Itn haul 122 . 1; ,ii, 145 It. 1. ml. Lawreni - 104, 434 Boots, in i ' 88. llll. 127, IJ ' i Boots, Patricia 87. 105. 129 It.... . Join. Borchardt, R. Borchardt. Ruth .- 353 it..,, lor.. Wallet Borden, Donald 207 Borden, J. 202 Borden, I. 1 10 1. 11: Borenstein, Ml- rl . ' I Borgerding, loan 105, 303, 454 n. 3n, Borowski, 11. in.,, I, in- 105. 345 Bont, It. .ma in:.. .170. 417 Hi. lib, Raymond 1 310 It...,...,. D. Boeaert. Frederii k 105, 294 Bostwick. Edward _ 105 Bostwick, Joseph ... _ 105 Bostwick, Mi " . Mar] 105 It, .-v... rid. 1 ' et. , 281 Boszhardl, Andrew 105 llotha.i 1 .311 lli.ll.an.. It,, hard 207, 218. 288 It..,,, lor Don It....... Jane I ....... Ho,,,.. Ion ! Ho. II. .11. j .1 08, 401 I It. w.l. 11, Will, am 214 Bowe, II-. ii.l.l 118. 323 How..,. J. .In, 271 Bower, J. .In. .. 289 Bowers, Dale _ 287 Bowman .._ 3a Bowman, How man Bowman, Boyd, w .Hum . .. I I ward H. .via.. I Boyle, lulu Boyle, 1 10S. 301 330 105 330 Bradley, Ho, in, Ii 1 02. 353 I in... 105. 290 ltra.it. 11. Raymond ... 105 Irthut - 128 Gilbert Hi... b, Henna lb I " i Brachman, Marvin lilip ilradburn. Frances . 358 Bradbury, Wendell 7: Brader, 1.. BradCord, Miss li " . _ 358 Bradley, J... Ned ■::. 127 Robert Hull. 81 103 Brady, Heymond Brady, li. 210 Braegei ElUabeth 105 It,., " ;. Ralph ... 331 : el, Fred ... 40 I in. 1 317 Brandos ' : 105, 421 Brandon, J.. 105. Ill 1 II. It, vugn-i 112. 102 Brandt, Dawn Hran.lt. I , lair . 71 II - ■ ' llrann. J. an 106, 303, 467 li. ..in, Lestei - 32 ' ' 11., 1111, W ill:, in 11, in. 1 1.1 . Law rent ■ — 106 Brasure. Donald Brauer, I. 346 11, ami. Clara Hraun, Judith ... 361 Braun. Lola 106, 369 Braun, Natalie 106 Braun. Robert - 328 Braun. William Bravlon. Belt] Bia w-iu. Boll Breakstone. Leah Bredeeou, Robert 58 34, 106 _ 207 .106. 312 _. 322 It. .-.In.. Roget .. 294 Rreider, John Hi.i.l.i... Fred Hr.-iiini.t. r. t. ill. .it loo Breimeiater, Marilyn li, .,ii ,1!,,. 1. Robert Breitkopf, I ■■ :82. 382 Hi.-ii.li. . k. Prof. W inaton 1 I Hi .1111 l-l. I . (iilli.i! Bremer, Howard 71 lliem. 1 N.iin , .11 1.1 Bremner, Andrew Bremner, Marion 106. 308 Brenhein, N uua .. 333 Brenk, Mar) loo. 309 Hrenk. Nan. v Hi. 11, 1. in. lli ab. th ! " ' ■ Mar] Ui. 353 11. ,, Mayn ird Da, nl 21 " 1.1 k. ,111. Ill Theodore Hi. n. .mail. . Chrlatine 311 Hr h. Roberta Brawater, I. . Brewer, Belt] 31S, 353 Brewer. I. or, I, .11 Brewer, Herbert :■ Brewster, Francis - 381 Brewster, Robert S19 Hrennan. Brenner, Brenner, Brenner, Brey. I ...... is — 106 Breyer, w ..230 Hiu k. II. W ,11. am 207 Brickie) rhomas 106. 289 Brickn. r, J . i. Ho Carl 211. 378 Bridge, Richard 61 Bridenhagen, Rita 359 106 Brieten. Oil.. 106 ' as 333 Brigham, Robi I 245, 281 Hull. Hand 296 Bringman, Robert 106 Hiinkman. W alien ...„. 279 Bristow, Jeanne 106, 299 505 II,. ..,.11. ...i John Brobat l,,. US Brock, J.-- l " l I!,,., k Broeketl, liar) It,.,. V.in.,n Doroth) Hi.., lav Uberl In, ll„„ll„.,,i, William - ' it ' Brody, Morgan ' M Ellon 19 II II ..!,». lima . ' I J Hi, ,Imi. Inc.! Hi. .„,,,.. Uvin Brorudon, I red, rick 328 !i, ...... I. m. Robert 121 Brooki, Keith Brooks, 1. Mtn, I, ,ii ,., Hi. ,--.,,, I, I nun., ■•! |..,„ Brosf, Kenneth 103 Broetueinej, Kenneth 76 Brothcra, John 215 Brown, Inn Browo, Bruce 126 Brown, Charier, I " " 198 199 Brown, Donald 330 Brown, Elisabeth Ann Brown, Gordon 126 123 Brown, J. 129 154 Brown, Jama 107, II " Brown, Jeanne H ' 7. 364 I7i H..,v.„ John 207 -II -hi. 119 Brown, Kail ; - ' " Brown, Lilj 36, BO, B2 Brown, Martha US, I7S, 133 l i Brown, Mar) Ellen 107, 315, 386, III 112 Brown, R. 121 Brown, Rita 109 II, Brown, Robert L. In: Brown, Robert 0. 32? Brown, Robert I. !0 Hi, , mil [rgillia Browne, Uarahall u Bnibaker, Stella 101 Bruce. M.,i 205 109 Bruckner, Richard I " - Brucka, Waltci 32; Bruden, Belt) 304, ISO Bruechert, I aid 330 Bruecherl, Robert 107. 330 Brueoning, C. 352 Brulia. Carol 375 Bruhn, CIIII 130 Bruhn, Dale 33. 37. 38. 39. 107. 268 Brulan.l. Arnold Brumer, Herbert 267 linn -I Lorraine 205, ISO Bruning, Richard lo7. 294 Brunaell, Bett) 101 Bronaell, Carol W, 152 Brunaell, Elizabeth 10) Brunaell, Robert 107, 291 Bl - M.ii, ' . " ,1 Bryan, David 107 Bryan, J es 27 I la,, hi: 114 Brykcsynaki I dward 61, . ' (. ' 13 m Helen 121 Bryngelson, Kathryn 307, 353 Brynildaon, Clifford 101 Bublita, Donald 107 Bublils, Richard 333 Bubolla, Shirie} 107 BuboU, Beverl] 170 Unix, I , r rancii 1 10 Bubulr. S. r llu, liliolz. Duane 294 Buchholi II 2H7 Don 320 Bui nmfller, J, -an Donald im Sun 138 Buclutelo, Xihi. ion II: BudrJen, Shirie) 308 Buebl, Willii Buelow, Grant iiih. 225 Buelow, U. UK Buerki, I,,. I 134 136 Bnllhan N 148 Huh.,, . urn i6S Bukovlch, Irthut 295 Ka) i 140 l " - ' ll„ll. J. .I,,, 288 Hull. H Bullard, John 283 Bnllb, Harr] II,, II,. Howard 21 " , Bump, Lynn li.l.,,, .1 10 I 108, l- ' l J. :ti: I ke, Id, hard 288 Bunker, John Bnrealou Mar) Hi,,, I, I 207 . . . ■ l . . Burchei Etl Burehinal, Robert . ' 7 " Buroryk Raymond II,,,, I,, i larjorli 6,350 Buret, J..,lw, llllllirr. Ili.nl I M |«l. till Burger, B 109 Burgo) ne, Jami - Hi8. 293 II i. ; 161 ly, J. 281 Burg) ■ n ian 103 Burhop, Re . W illiam Bui kc Martha , Burke Mar) 11)8. 208, 112 11 . Burkhai 1 Kol ri 272 Burkman, It. irvej 63 W Burmeistei 1 si rcll 246 281 Burmeistei 1 ou 1 til llll , .mo Bu It. Diane 20°, 181 il i Burnham, Dan 108 Bums, John 271 Burn., Kathleen IBB 107 27B Burr, Randall .•117 266 ;,,. Bum il J. .,,, Burmten, Leslie 16, 108 282 Burt, Bettj III Burt. hi. George 108 Burton, Jamea 20 7 Burton, illiam .177 Bus h, Vera 70, 71 10.1 Bush, M. ' .In Bush, Ri. hard 287 Bush, Roben il Bush, Will. .mi 28 7 Buahner, David 103 Busk, Robert 108 Idi--. Frank 279 Liuflee, Dona 108, 301, 349, 112 Busse, Floyd I9S Busse Dr. Louis 90, 93, l »l Busse, Shirlej Inn Busshardt, Fred 93 Bussian, Eugene 32 7 But, Jane 108 Builer. Betty 30 ) Butler, James HIB. 288 Bui nun, Raj mond 341 Butt, Gail 2 7 " , Butts. Robert 294, 1 15, r.i Butts, Portei III. im Buiz, J.i nt- 367 Itui . John 108 Butzer, George 27 ' ' Butzlafl Harrj nil Buzzell, J. .hi. 10 1 Buzzell, ll» M. i- 331 Byrd, Ronald 142 56 Byrnes Rol I, ;j2 323 li " 202 C 315 Cabrera Cai dus, Maria 91 UN 350 Cahill, H.i ,-1 109 elm, Grace 109, 147 c.iiin . John 331 Cairna, Rayline 100 i aldwell, Hugh 2711 i ildwell, William :.:j Calhoun, Murra) 57 im I ' l 122 Callahan. David ,;., Callahan, John 30 Callow, William 287 302 Calvy, Lloyd 207 211. 321 Cameron, i lard 212 CamPi Ki.in. e. 3 15 Campbell, Claire 10 ' l Campbell, Glen 133 i ampbell, J.mi,-, 272 i pbell, Joseph 283 ?R1 l ampbell, Mi-. Ruth 350 i impbi II Shi ill 353 ( ampbell, W . J. 30 Campbell, irginia 106 Ci Mi. Minnie 363 Canright, Maynard 93 .128 Canute, D. - " 12 Canute, Daniel .1 19 HI. inn 11,1 Inn 272 79 Carbon, laiil n .117 Carch, Rae 109, 363 lllu i ... Hi l. ... 358 ' 1 ' . 109 299 271 inn 156 Inn i irlaon 1 dward .131 ( irlioo, ll.l.ii i irlaon, Henr) 207 IB ' I 1. III. " II, in ; Carlaon, Marilyn 70 l ail " . ,,,. Mar) III .it, II. 21 : ■ 181 36, 78. B2. 110. 301 I .ul. ,,n. It. I arlson, Id i id Carlaon, Robert ' .,i I Rodne) Carlton. Daniel 1 ■ in, J. i ii ne) . Hi, bard l»i. Marie 1 irolan, Pali Icii II. Man., I. i arpenter, II. Carpenter, iUiain Carr. Jam,.- 28.1 i in Una 109, 115 148 ' . ' I II I :ir i u ' lean Cart Reyi Carrington, C I i hi, .11 j.ii Caratena, Inri Carter, J. i nil. i i , 109 Carrier, Kathryn i .im,,. w inifred 149 Canter, Bruce Camer, Haw, I Cartter, Jamea Cartwright, lam 109, Carvel i .. Case, Donald C beer, iilmi Casida, J,,lin Caaida, L, Caakey, Jean ( laapei . Alyce Caasell, Sylvia Caatle, Shirie) Call,,-,. M. i .Him 1 rank Catlin, Richard Caio ii. Douglas Cattoi, Robert Cam nil. fi.nn... Cei I, Robert (..I., Nam , 102 Cefalu, I), ' iiiinii 110. 264, 281. 117. 12.1. Celebrci I i nest Ccmirys, J. ,lm no. Ccrf. Barbara 350, I ' ' I .].,, no, 118. Cerny. Lamberl i hadbourne, Jean Chaiclin, Suzanne i lhalecki, V altet Challoner, Frank Chalmers, J,, an Champeau, Betty 110, Champion, Wesle) Chandler, Mar) Chandler, V Chapek, Bett) Chapin, Donald 271. ( haple) I dward Chapman, C " ... I- " ' Chapman. Carlton Chapman, Charles C. Chapman, (li.nl. - . I, ipman, Jeraldine 101, 1 1 " Chappel, Philip Charles, Clayton Charlier, Carole Charlow, Howard Charlow, Leslie Charlaon, Earl Charneski, Elaine Chart, Jerome Charter, Kenneth Chasan, Seyt it ( ha..-, Il.inalil Chase, Margaret 81. 310 Chatt, Barbara I Ii Ml. rtOD, illiam Cbazen, Jerome Chelt, Gloria 107 110. 110. 1511 Chemerow, Ben im il.. in,. i ow, Judith i Ihene) . l Ihai les I | Donald Cherkaaky, Rudolph i Im rluaky, William 207, 100 . .;. 62, 318. .ii I Dei viiik, KiniL In. .Il.ni Raymon Cheyney, Charles i heyney, Donald i ii. Pata) i hiapetl .. Ida Lei Chibnek, Florence Childs, Harris I hllds, Mi.. I.. | hlli Kathryn 10 ' i a il i i in, ,,,ii,, St phi n i hi] mi w tih. mi Chlvian, 51 ■ i i,l. boroskl, Hai n i In latensen, Burton ( In Eslensen, I i . i. ' in fad n . i i i I In i.l.n. in i In i. t,n. ,,n. Howard i hriel I I In i-l .,n. I.I. im 212 129, l- " i 128 218 318 283 118 353 302 252 . ;. ' . ' 181. I ; : 78 109 - ' . 317 242 .1117 388 60 HI 38 311 352 101 381 420 250 110 Mil 306 Ml .1.-, I 207 201 207 2117 2li:, 110 I ' .II 182 281 252 128 328 310 311 111, 322 110 I- ' I 352 321 llll 351 110 182 333 431 87 290 110 128 448 378 110 Ml no no no 387 207 273 378 .117 289 - " in 301 207 (.2 2 " l 127 II : 110 58 110 371 310 371 110 19 348 218 III . ' I • 171 III 207 .,, 10 258 III Ml III ( bristiansen, Ruth Ml ChrUtianson, r . 2V. MOD Jr. llll 201 Christie, Pati ii is 315 Christoffersott, Kmh MS 1 I ' ll. James 207 Christy, Pal ?9B 332 Chudacoff, Norman 201, Chudnofl 1 .i ■ 128 Church, J. in. - _ " t. . Ill Church, Ronald 327 Churchward Russell ' .1 i ' l ( jchowski, Korna " 1 M C eslukowskt, Wallet 111 294 Cihla, 274 1 iinh. i!i. 1 ... HI Cisco, Joyce 309 348 1 isll 1 J.. In. 111 274 Cialer, Violet 308 ( lam Hi -h 111 1SI Clancy, P. Clapp, Muriel 111 300 Clark, Doroth] 303 Clark. Edward 111 401 111 300 Clark, Mai v HI. a 112 . ' IM 277 308 353 Clark, Russell 215 32b Clark, Shirley 214, 263, 2 ' .l 288 Clark. William 1,1 Clarke, Barbara 314, UK 119 121 Clarke, Janel 111 . 368, 381 Clarke. Wallet 331 Clauder, Phillip | Clauer, Vera 320 207, 111, 323 Cla) ion, Robert 54, 20b Clayton, % illiam 63 111 Cleary, James 207 . 275, 330 Cleary, Rita 37S (!.-.ir , 1 homaa 28.1. M ' l III Clceremsns, Richard Ill 330 Clemans, Lucille :• ' 305 Clements, John ill 277 Clemenson, Donovan .»(, i lleveland, J. 292 ( 1 fiord. ( hestei ■ 2. 321 Clifford, J. 62 i im.-. i llarence 111 i loos, George .(18 121 IM Cluster, Burion ' H ' J 308 330 III ■ : 103 i ••• ki.-ll. Richard 88, 127 ...I . irginia 111 352 Coen, Richard 281, Coenen, Eleanoi 112 Uoc] in. mi. Rogei 111. 207, 329. 380 Coffee, Robert 60 I, ' , Coffey, A it Ii ti r ?7S 1 nihil, III. Stuart 428 111 278 278 169 Cohan, Robert 21,7 Cohen, Anita 112. 371 Cohen, Buddy 28b Cohen, Charlotte 112 Cohen, Clara 78 207 II ' Cohen, Florence 112, .117. ■ 112 11. ' 282 207 Cohn, Dan 282 I Oho, 1 v.iui ■ : i:..ii..-n i _. I2H 22 i olby, J. .Im 2.1- ( oldwell, F. 240 Cole, J. .In. 2 " l 1 ole, Roben 61 112 112 271 112 353 i olliai Nh holai 2 10, 245, 164 ' ii-, ;.,. . " IB ' in C.illin-. Barbara 112 361 i ..ih. iv David 1. 5b Collins, David .. ol. 112. 319 Collins, Rev, 19 i - Robert I ..11, | T . Rita . MO II. ' 111. 319 ( olion David 12 7 i « I 112 i ..,,;. | |ohn 57 ( .ml, Pal .nil 11. ' ( anlin Sail) 112. JOo. .107 t . ' 1 II It - ■ at - II 506 I .. II. Waller . . . 281 ( onnell, « illiam - 112 i aoner, Roberl i Conner , James 28 i Cooney. I n vin 296 ( ley, Pal 309 onnor, Charlotte 112 Connor, Ellen 306 Connor, Jane .... 309 Col ' . Joan ... 306 Com Delborl 112 Connors, J . V. . Ill i ad, David 12 Conrad, Frank 270 i onrad, I COR R. « . ... 222 i ly, George .. - 320 i ontasti, Joaepfa .. 326 i onway, Donald ... 281 Conway, Elvin 333 o.,k. Franklin - 320 Cook, Gordon 207 I ook Howard 207. 332 Cook, Robert B. 112. 242, 243, 2S3, 259. 289 Coot Robert E. . 288 i ooke, trthui 57. 62, 112 ( ooke II 212 i ooke, Martha ... 113 l ll.lk.eV . li.HI . ' .11(1 Cool, l I 113 I oolidge, Charlea - 112 i Leland 8 " . Coon, Marilyn 113, 299 ii James JuT Coonley, Paul ... 330 per, Uei 113 Cooper, Barbara 113. 357 Coopei • Smith, Alice 113. 356 Coote, Juan . 304 Coplan, Loia 369 Coplan, Mm. in . 113 Corbett, J li ii 288. 137 Corbley, Mel 289. HO Corcoran. U. 354 Cordero, Frank 113 Cornfield, Jerome 113 Coming, .eorge 113 Cornish, Surah 305, 352 i !orpe, William 113 ( ,,,,.,,.. Jean 311. 448 Corriveau, Thomas .. 275 (Jursie. V. 437 I onil n- H illiam 57. 113. 292 Cosby. Pryor 283 Coagrove, Rav 281 :...! Robert ... 327 I. a. Violel ... 359 Cost) n. I lisabeth .. 380 Cottingham, . S. 56 Cotton, Juliana 353 Cornell, Edward 113 Coughlin, Bette 315, 402 Coughlin, David 332 Coultas, Warren 323 Coulton, Davi.l ... 273 Cornwall, Betty 380 Cornwall, Robert 113 Comoyer, Hubert 113 Courson. William 55 Courtney, Janel 113, 351 ConJiliuB, William 57. 113. 292 Cowie, Donald 265 Cowper, Nam . 310 Coi, Lowell ... 321 i .... Margarel ;8ii Core. T. K. 230 I .... Hi. una- 113, 340 I 01, tt illiam 328 Crabb. Ja. k 113. 219 Crabb. Jarin-, 140, 111 Cragoe, Arthur 291 I. rati " . Carol 2115. 301 Craig. Catherine 113 Craig, Gordon 289. 323. 394 Craic. H.ii, .1.1 .... 113 Craig, James 328, 427 Craig, Jean 113, 305 i raig, Lois 378 Craig, Marion 311 i i . , Patricia ... 114. 312, 374 Craig, Robert 331 Cramer, Donald 47 Cramer, Dorothj 380 Ci. mil. in, J... inn 301 Crandall, George 289 Crandall, Raymond 111 i . mdall, Robert . ... 218 Crane. Barbara 301 Crane. Gerald 296 Crane. Hubert 266. 325 i in... W .i.le 328 Cranefield, Paul ... 388 Crawford, David 273 Crawford, John Ill Crawford. Ill lore 63, 111 Creedle, George 63 lil. 114. 318. 319. 130 ' re, ii, w illiam 270 Crete. Russell 114. 270 tin k. K. 29. ' Crinion, ll.il 269 Crisl. B. 351 Crinly. Jam,, 319 i rlsty, Patricia 114. 302 ( .... ker. Catherine 70. Ill I i ,,in . ( .. ,.i ., lit Cronin, Timothy 283 Croaby, Conatance 79.308 t roaby, Phyllis 77. Ill i i...., it, i. .11 289 Cross, Pal 311 ( i..-. w illiam 120 Crothers, Donna ( rouse, Charles 1 1 i 274 Crouse, Jan 111 Crouse, Richard 127 Crow, J.n k 271 t rowley, Dennis 111. 291 t i. .i,ii. Melvin 11 1 Crownl 1 liasbeth Csepella, I is ;. ' .. Lull,-,,. III. .hi.,. Ill 1 i ulvt lH. Culver, Fill. ii, I Culver. Nolene .W Cumisky, P. 346 l mi. ik " . Ralph 60, 111 in I Cummins, Kei tfa lit. - Cunning) i lr,. nil 149 tin ' unningham, Pan i. la F. Ill t unningham, Palrii ia L. Ill ogham w illiam jhi t tit Curler. Mowaril 329 ( ml... Hi. hard 381 Curran. Carleton 111. 2 ' H t mi. in link . , Kenneth 230. 217 Curry, Ellen 106 Curry, Robert 287 1 n.i. I V.I 288 i in i , William Ill Curtis. Harriet .... 307 Curtis, J. Hi] Curtiaa, Holland US Cutler, Lillian ... 205 Cutler. I ' . Hi i. ia UIJ Cvr. Fla 310. 401 I v i I oui. 321 Czerwinski, Roman 271 II h . quisto, J. 352 Daebel, Eleanor 115 D.l.llll. II, .lie, t US Daganhardt, Pal .tin Daguanno, C. 321 Dahl. Beverl] 102 ll.ilil. Charles 94 Dahlberg, llrville 115. 333 Ii. hi. R. ;,i Dahlke, tnita 301, 362 Dahlke, Lorraine 11 " , Dahlke, Shirley 78. 82. 115. 311 Dahlke, illiam 279, l " 7 It.ili.ii. Douglas 115, - ' 77 Dahnert, Duane 33. 115 Dabnke, Mary 350 Dais. Mrs. Fmma 342 Daitch, t. in, 300 li.ik.. Delbert 240, 319 Dalbei . Rueben ISO Dale, Barbara 115, 298. 309 Dale 111. in. i. .... 278 Daley, Thomas 211 Dalin. Cyril IIS, 121 Hall. in. Dudley 113 Dalton, I ■ Ro) 207. 215 Dalton. Paul 271 Dammen, Arnold 318 Itaiiiiovv. J 31.1 130 Damateegt, Marion 91 ll.ni. i. Rirliaril ... 288 Dance, Charlotte 115. 351 Dandliker, John DanKcld. Richard 2u7 Daniel. Sigmnnd 322 Dannenfelaer, Bcrl ... 11 " . Dapin, Julius 3211 llarber. Glen 217,333 Darcey, J ph 284 102 Darkovv. D...1. 270, i- ' l Darwin, Hubert 11 " . Daub, i. hi. I,. 12 Dauchert, Eugene 392, 153 Ii. mi. Ii Nancj 353 Dautcrman. k illiam 215. 269. 328 Davenport, Mr.. 960 Davey, Jean 353, 387 Davey, Mary 305 Davidoff, B. Davidson, II. J. . Davidson, Hugh 21 1. . ' J " . Davidson, James IIS, 263, 27 ' i. 117 Davidson. I.vv I- 115. 330 Daviea, Dim- 27S Davie.. Jami . ..... 252. 259 Davis. Dana 305. 353 Hi, i. Irving 207 Davis, Jack II " . Dni-. James til Davie, Jane 115. JOS Davb 1.1...I.. I1.hi.. Joan :n Davis. J ph 270 Davis, Man US. 358 Davis, Price 319 Davis, H..K.-I 8ii Davis, I rayton 269 Dim. w Illiam 332 Davy, Frank 27S n, Michael 71. 318. 326 149 Davy, Robert - ' ' . ' i Dawley, Donald 128 Dawson, Jutm 11 " . Da.w.1011, Mir ii. 305. 117 Da) Beverl) 116, 121 .. :n. 265, MM 354 Daj Hi •in ii,- Robert 328 1 1 , | Sal I j . " )-., l». ..... krnold In " , I ►--.• pi . Dai I ' - 211 ll, ii M,,-. . ' u, Dean, tt 1111 281 D Roberl 322 Debblnk, John 3?1 Deb bin. i 1 t« i 291 Ii.- H.II. Hired 271 l . Bo, r , Donald 428 De Broux, J. 329 I».- Jfr-.ux Robert 207 111. ? 3 de nil, John ID. 1 7 n.. Loli 116 l , | ,i .I.. ■ l ...... Paul 330 Degen, Bernhard 275 ■-. ISO ! .■ Haven, Bob 2U n. Haven, W Illiam 50 Deiki Wallei 207, 247 218 1 ' . ' iri. Raj i I i 1 1 . 18. 288 I leininger, Roberl 332 I. -U.I, 1. 382 ! .■ Jarlaie, Frani Ii 311 De J. --Mi. l- velj n 388 Delbert, 1 1 ■- 276 Delgado, Rai .,1 281 Dellever, Claude 333 i). I ong, I). 150 Dc l ong, William 281 De Lonne, Fay, " IK 348 Delphenii b, John 211 Delxcll, Roberl ID. 291 308 360 ?0? De Merit, Merrill 207 328 ;ln 375 Dempsey, Clark 207 Denberg, It win 282 Dei ark. Harold I ' ll Denia, K. ■ 4fl 116 Dennialon, T. 1,1 323 Ii.- Pauw, Thomaa ....57, 111.. 281 Derber, Robert 330 Derebey, Richard 111.. 288 Dergarabedian, Paul 116 Dergarabedian, Syli ia 116 nil 1).- Rosier, Roberl 331 Derua, .. Jlii De Jarlais, Kathleen 111. 315 ID. 317 ?07 33? Dethart, Raj n I 111.. 321 311 Dettmann, Dorothea ID. 47 Deltmann, Roberl 47 Deutai I ' . Betty in. iti 199 1 1 Deutai Ii i 1 line 373 m. - i, lorl Daniel 116 10 ID. .•7.1 Dei in.-. illiam ' .Ml De Uiney, David .,.., 333 Ii, Voe Roberl •7 1 ! •• V Joaepfa 63 ! . . Gerald 61 tin 116 11.- W III. ' . J,. Illl .1 ?M 1 . I--. J. D. 306 De Young, Dorothy in. 365 M.- Young, Eugene . ' ». 10, 268 1 le ouna, i gi 203 Di i oung, Thomaa ?W 281 r.l 116 Dheln, Lyle 326, 440. III 31? Diamond, Bai b i ID, 363 :u-. 37S 300 371 Diamond, Elaj ■■♦• 1 17. 0.1. Hi. 117 361 11- 362 Dfi k, Adrian 270 Hi, k, George " ■ ' » u:. 327 301 Dlckeraon, Leo 117 hi. Idnaon, D, 240 215. 2lr. Hi. Idnaon D, U . 240, 215. 211. ' 66 Hi, klnaon, Roberl 215 1 ii. ii-. 1 .■.tii.u.l 267 Dlederich, William 270 DIcdrfch, ljri..n 317 hi- in, )i lohn l.l 353 i hii.nl.,, k. irglnta 368 Di mm irk. Barbara 301 i i H .I.. • i: i. bard 128 117 ■ Bob i ii-, l.l . Lola 1 17 129 Diltmar, Doloi li.v..,,. ; Doai I ?55 pub] K.iili " 117. 383 H, .1,1,. 129 l»..l.r. k. 1 Dobiaa, Paul Dobranakl 1 l I Dodd, Wallei 117. ;■». 397, i a l .. Dodi II Philip 21 1 ; ' DI 300 N. 117. David -• » 281 Doepke, Ka-therlne 117. 303 106 1 1. .h men Erwin 333 Dohr, J ID. j).,l,.. Gem 367 Doke, Richard ' ■u Doke, V, -M, 288 1 1 281 Doland, 1. 15? Doll, John 112 Dolead, David t7 Doll, Man " " 117 l.l Doll Man w - 117 Doll, William 71 Domke, Joyce 155 Doi ■ i. " ■ ' -1 j ri . . 117 Donald, ■■■•• g kn a Don ildeao, Roberl -.1 .,1 2u : i: 1 1 7 ir i ' .him. ll.iri. Dai i ' l 2i " Donner, Harr» 117 Donohm Sunn) 30 Donohue, Jodj .306 D v., ii. Major William 21. ' Doohan, James Doolittle. Ml " . Dopke, Hubert Dopkins, Robert 117. Dopp, Mar) Mice I 1. D. .mi. in. H. -ii, i Horn. Ruth 117. Dornbush, Edward Ii,.... Winifred Dost, Wallei D,.ii. Donna Doueelte, Nieland D I. Wallace 118. illiam Donald M. illiam Donald John Dondna Douglas, 1 1. ,,..,ii. in Dowling, DowUng, Dowling, Mai | I !..« HI. 111. [. I ' , i, Raymond Praia, «.. O. . Dralle, Carl .. Draminaki, Kilwanl Draper, Man Jnne Dravea, i • Dreher. David Mark 17, k 56, I ' ., kmeii r, barlea ll». 294, Drekmcifi. Mais " ■ Drei i. h, Sherwyn Dr.-v. . Rogei Drew, J. -tin I Ii , •« r ll.ii I. ,11.1 3S2, Hr.v,rN. David UK Drewry, Kenneth l ' i exlei . Michael llr.-v.-r. tt all] Drej fii . Lee Drinker, M.irv I ' i iv , i li.iv-.uril Drobai . Emll Drobka, kdolpb Drolaom, Paul Drone, M. Drotman, Marvin Druhot, Roboi |lf llllllli. lltlk;,! Drummond, Man I iM,n.i-Wv . Eileen DuBoia, J. mi. - Doha, i Dm k.-it. kudre) Dm klei Lav hk. Hike I in. II, v . I auren Duel, V i Leo Dull, Charlotte lii.it,. ' . Man 207, UK .118, 247, 118. - A. Duffy, 1 Dotty, J. Dn. i. 1 Duge. 1 ,. iii- Duken Ii in 1 1 lllll. .11 1. J. 1 ' tin. ,ii 1. It. It. Dunlap . 1 loyd Dunn, Belt) Lou Dunn. Max 118, 303. 211 117 353 310 117 356 381 148 . S5 352 381 121 117 403 222 1.1 " . 281 284 273 121 118 118 118 MM 3S2 118 ..... 13, 271 330 327 237 207 118 118 264 321 350 451 270 359 US 118 21 I 253 112 118 118 350 1.17 278 39 292 r.l 66 132 378 439 507 Dunne, J. _..313, 405 Dunnin 270 l unj- li . Gerald 118 Dunshee, Bryant 12 Dunwiddu . David 270, 328 Diimn iddie, Foiler 56, 61, 118. 427 DuPoot, Bernard r.l DuPont, Not man 207 Duranao, Donald 118, 386 Durben, B. Durbrow, Dorotb) 306 D en Law 284 Durland, Robert Durlin, Ann 12H Durassky, r ileen _ 427 DuRoai . Stanlej 118 Durr, Ann _ 364 207 Duetrude, Robert 118 aski, Deh in .... 283 Dutch, Sherman 118. 230, 239 Dutton, Lois 10 ■ DuVaU, Richard 03, 118, 385 Duve, Ubert _.,.. 322 Duwe, Leo ...217. 342, 189 Dvorak, Raj mond 8o, 426 Dworkua, Audrey 373 Dye, l ' aul _ 283 Dyer, Marj 119, 302 Dyreby, James 266 Dyreby, Lois 313 Dyaland, Mrs. . J 305 Diemske, Uaryellen 79, 434, 447 L Eakins, Joan 119, 309 Eakins, Uaude 309 Earl, John 328. 380 I ul. David 57, 119, 322 J srlej wine, Beth 119, 345 Eaaland, Donald 275 Eastlack, Annamae m 299 Ka.su in, D 252 Eben, Arthur 332 Ebeu, Rii bard 331 i b ni -. R „ 323 1 benreiier, T _ 321 Eber. Mildred 119, 356 Eberhardt, Harold U9, 210, 270. 405, 108, Ul, 415 Eberhan. Alan 214 Ebert, Carroll 328 i i Uberi 59, 119 Ebbott, Ralph 1H. 119, 288, 404. 127, 415, 447, 482 i bit " ' I., rem e Kckardt, Earl Eekert, Dorolby Eckea, Charlotte 119, 357, E kstein, Charles I ddy, Helen .... 40, 55 427 368 419 333 366 Eddy, Marilyn .... 119 I di [man, June 76, 411 Edelstein, Jerome 119 Eder, Eugene 325 f dmondson. Nelson 214, 289 Edmunds, Leon 428 Edwards, E. 416, 456 James 119 Man ellaine 119 Marilyn 119, 368 313 .. 428 273 Edwards I ■! . I I ■ I ■ I .1 H II i - Edwards, Edwards, Robert I d H irds, William I I Doris 119, 346 Egan, James 119. 217 Egan, .Nancy 361 Ege, Belt) ID), 301, 434 i ■ i ind, Margie . ...ID ' , 345 Eggenberger, William 271,325 1 ' - 351 Klil. Rosemary 119 i lil ' nbei k. Stanley 318 l l.i. .i. Willis „ 321 Barbars 299, 353 Ehrenreii l Lofi 375 i bi man Barbars 174, 455 Eiche, Int. [ig in, John 27 I I id ' h irli - UK, 394 1 id Hi. hard 207, 828 EHenbergcr, Robert 319 i ilo Clyde 216 Enhoro Bi tty .... 308 N idi | HO, 348, 418 Eiscn f h. odors 300, 361, 41H 1 enbi rg, Irving .119 i innbei |, Rosalie 372 11 ... 207 I iai nman, Elizabeth 118 1 nmann loan 14 ' ■■in. i laine I 20 36] 1 88 1 I II- Ruth . 317 _ 381 i 120 ton inn . .. „ 310 Robert 1 1 1 i 42 I do i II Bruci j. in, 258, 289 i Douglas 119 Kill.. J. dm __ 218 KID . Rob. it 269 Ellsworth, E. 431 Klman, Earl 120 Eisner, J. _-_ 352 jem, Dean C. A I Ivis, Louise 120, 353 ii Wakil, M, 457 ElmhoTst, Ronald 38, 39 hlwcll D. in I iv. It.- H. 13, W I mbai b, Fames 23t) ' Ludgard 55, 61, 120, 329 Emerson, Jack 277 I mei j . l avei ae 214 Emig, Mary 307 I lerman, Lita 373 Emmert, David 47, 120 Engberg, Charles 120 Enge, Caryl 120, 307 Engebretson, Olal 120 Eny el dinger, Kenneth 332 I ngelhardt, Thomas 279, 327, 406, 407, 451 Engelland, J. 349 Engelland, M 424 i ng. n. Doi laid 120 Engholdt, Dottie 351 i nglebreston, Robert 253 Engler, Dorothy 427 Engler, M 350 English, J. 454 English, Marvin 427, 429 Enlow, Harold 55 Ennis, R. 441 Erbstein, Helenie 372 Erdal, J 54 Erdman, Hugo „ 330 Erdman, Willard 120,270 Erdmann, Betty Ann 376 Erffmeyer, Robert 120, 219, 275, 323 Ergang, Anita „ 81 Ergang, Violet 120, 358, 433 Enckaon, Barbara 315, 354 Erickson, Calvin 207 I n, Itson, Curtis 378 Ericks on, Delorus 87, 430 Erickson, Dorothy 120, 310 Erickson, Eugene 288 Erickson, Jean 303, 431 Erickson, Milton 120. 319 Erickson, Paul 289, 430 Erickson, Ruth 363 Erickson. Walter 120 Erickson, William 120 Ericson, Jerry 277, 333 Ericsson, Caryl 298, 305, 467 Erlandson, David 327 Erlandson. Pat 366 Erling. Vera 314 Ernst, Harvey 218 Erskine, Eugene 331 Erskine, Hilion 240 Esch, William 120, 290 Esi he, Floyd 120, 328 Esser, A 354 Esser. Donald 283 Esser, Raymond 207 Estrin, Gerald 57, 62 Estrin, T (,2 Kihnn, Beverly 120 Etteldorf, Lorna 310 Ettenheim, John 286 Ettenheim, S 352 Eugster, Wilms 205 Euler, Laura Ellen .... 358 Kuler, Tormey 308 Eulitt, Richard 275 Evans, B. 354 E vans, Ellen .... 368 Evans, Florence ... 121.311 Evans, Frank 265 Evans, George ..230, 378 Evans, Harry 283 Evans, James 58, 214, 350 Evans, Jan.- 121, 349 Evans, Mary Lou 375 Evenson, D. 351 Evenson, J. mis 354 1 ' " " on, Ramon 63, 64 Everett, Buford 55 1 verhard, h rcderick 289 l vers, li. 429 Evers, Karl 281 I verson, George .... 121 Everston, Mai |oi ie 300, 363 Eves, Pai i _.. 391 E well, Patricia 308 Ewen, Patricia „ 121, 307, 414, 483 Ewins, Mis. K. |t, 299 F Feast, Margaret 121, 351 l sbi r, Herbert 121 1 ibei Marilyn i 1 ,N losepn in .. 1117. 466, I7ii 1 ■ in W tyne Mt. 121. 207, 339 Pager, Earl 1 igot, n. 1. Fab banks, Alonso 121, 387 Fairwoather, Robert .._ 275 Fait, George 274, 409 Fall k, It., bard _ 293 1 .1 a Cemms SIS, 386 1 1 ii 1 Ralph 11 ' ■ ' . . 259, 270 Falge, Jessie 121. 302, 384 Folk, Arthur 53, 58, 62, 121 Falk, John .279, 323 Falk, Marge 314, 350 Flakner, M. 348 I alls, Richard 121, 242, 243 Falatad, Edward 121 I alter, Patricia 353, 397 Earner, J. _ 406 Farley, Paul 253 Farnsworth, Margery (17, 431 Fornsworth, Robert 121 harrow. Robert 39, 325 Fasa, Patrick 266 Faulkner, V _ _ 354 Faulks, John 291, 323 favour, Elaine m 351 Fay, Carlyle 54, 57, 62. 121, 256, 259, 270 Feather, Donald 121 h edderson, Shirle; .U0, 347 Fedor, Alep 279 Fefer, Morton 325 Fehl, Doris 34, 121, 353 Feifarek, Kenneth 207 Eeifer, Milton _„ 121 Feiges, Annette _ 300 Feil, Frank 330 Fein, E _ 351 Feiss, Ferdinand .251, 252, 382 Felch, Betty 34, 310 Feldman, David 121 Feldman, Marvin 76 Fell, David 57, 121 Fell man, Robert 329 Fellows, Bruce 252, 277 Fellows, David 277 Fellows, Jan 301 Fellows, Robert 271 Felsenthal, Ruth 121 Felton, Constance 122 Felton, 1. 354 Felts, La Veru 39, 122, 276 Femal, Daniel 122, 292 Fenzau, Clarence 27V, 146 Feragan, Patricia 302, 353 Ferber, Barbara 301, 366 Ferber, Robert 287 Ferch, Margherite 345 Fergot, Howard 122 Ferrell, Donald 207, 289 Ferris, Joan 122, 375 Ferris, Robert _ 122 Ferry, Milton 281, 440, 441 Fesker, Harry _ 328 Fetck, L 346 Fett, Helen 122 Fettin, Carl 216 Fetzer, James 122 Fetzer, Leland 275 Fichten, James 122, 280 Fickman, Philip 282 Fiebrantz, William 325 Fiedler, Donald 330 Fiedler, Frank 122, 274 Field man, Mrs. L 374 Fieve, Ronald 427 Figi, Marjorie 308. 353 Filbey, Allen 42, 122 Filer, Shirley 301 Fillinger. Halbert 214, 321 Filter, Carol 122 Fimian, C 225 Finch, Margaret 308 Findorff. Margaret 311 line. Connie 365 Fine. Dorothy 365, 451 Fine. Joy 300, 375 Finegold, Jerome 267 Finger, Alfred _ 340 Kink, Marilyn 84, 349 Finke, Patricia 36, 308 1 inkelstein, Barbara 122, 369, 382, 421 Finley, J 321 Finn, Sheila _ 302 I ' inn, Warren 52 Finnegan, Marcejla „ 122 I mni r. Marshall 38 Fir. bow. Kenneth 327 Firchow, Richard 327 Firchammer, William 332 I ischer, Harold G 324 Fischer, Harry A 283 Fischer, K. Dewey 122 Fischer, Phyllis 122 Fischer, Patricia 122 I LSI be) . W illiam 122 Fisher, Albert ...... 214 I Esher, Donald 207 Fisher, Edward 281 1 I thi 1 Philip ...... 122 Flaher, Roberl 216, 220 Fisher, William 323 Fish kin, Gloria 363,446 Flsbman, In- 373 1 tahnun, Man in 2 . 401 l ishman, Mary 122. 814 Flaki . Kenneth 288 1 laker, Harrj 281 I tti b, David „ 281 Flue, Robert . .. _ 330 1.1 ;■■ raid, loan 7 ' ), .tin. :;i 5 Fitzgerald, lohn 127, 129 Fitzpatrick, Robert 325 Fitaslmmons, Lawrence „ 381 Fixler, Morris 123 Flanagan, Henry . 281 Flanagan, William .... 214 Flaten. Milo 255. 275 Fleege, La Verne 123,292 1 I ' 1-. bauer, Emil 326 Fleming, Paul 123, 281 I tea ii. Gordon 123 Fletcher, Martha . 123, 353 Fletcher, Warren 123. 328, 384 Fleury, Robert „ 88 Flodairom, Fay _ 358 Flottman, Harry _ 46 Fluglim, Joyce _ 419 Flugum, Robert 57, 123 Flygt, Elizabeth 305 Flygt, N ...... 350 Fogarty, Bryce 207 Fogel, J 352 Fogel, S. . 351 Foley, Edward .... 123, 288 Foley, Gerald Foley, John . Folkes, John 123 63 49 332 123 123 Follensbee, Wesley Folts, William Fomberg, Robert Fontaine, Arthur 207 Foil laine. Burr 322 Fondrie. Stuart 281 Foote, Ann . 453 Fop, Dorothy 205 Fop, Ford, Ford, Ford, Ford. Ford. Richard 275 Leo 21H Patricia 375 Rob 253, 280 Rose 78. 123. 386 Stanley 272 Fordham. Clarence 57. 207, 295 Fordyce, Busy Ann 123 Forrer, Richard 288 Forrest, Betty 307 Forrest. John 54, 59. 123. 281 Forsman, Vernon 123 Fortney, S. 348 Fosberg. Maynard 123, 268 Fosgate, Olin 39 Foss, Richard 56, 61 Fobs. Robert _ 25 Fosshage. Joan 301, 347 Fosshage, Mary Lou 123, 301 Foesum, Bruce 243, 255 Fossum, Grover 271 Fossum, Janice 367, 428 Fossum, Lois 123. 317 Foster, Harold 243 Foster, Kathyrn 353, 416 Foster. Russell _ 17 Foster, Willis 333 Fostvedt, John 332 Fotland, Arne 46, 63, 123 Fountain, David 123 Fowlkes, Dean Guy 19 Fox, George 228. 229, 230 John 277 M. 421 Nell 7 ). 346 Osmon 123 Prof. P. C 41 Fox. Robert 88, . ' I I Fox. R. M. t ;; T 105 Theodore 286 Thomas 323 John 283 Fox. Fox, Fox, Fox. Fox, Fox, Fox, Fox. Foyer, France. Richard J7 " Francini, Bettie 421 1 minis. Herbert . 207, 45] I- rancU brands. Frank, Frank. Frank, Frank. Franke, . William II I M ' l I! Herbert .... L. Raj Sue Paul 281 314 279 251 253 306 312 371 Fitagerald, William h Itaglbbon, 1 srol E It! p iii 1. k C. Fltspatrlek, i Fiupatrick, K. 284 302 313 354 350 279, Franke], Joan 123. Frankenbush, Lois . 123, 371 Franklin, Burton 207 Franklin, Jesse ... . 269, 819 Franson, D 354 Frarilz, Gordon 323 Franta, Richard 283 Frans, James .. 123 Ft. in , M. 849 Fran . Richard 123 269 Fraser, Gerald .... S II E rasei . James 347 Fraser, Philip 93 Fraser. T. 329 Kr, ml-, In . James 39 Frautsckj . Marshal] 123 Ki.ini-.hi. James . 268 Frasier, M. i Frailer, Margarel 299, 518, 353 Fred, Pre . I . B. 14, - I redei Eok, Louise 304 Fredericksen, J. 129 Frederlckaon, Cory] ... 304 l radian], Dan . 123, 330 i reeberg, Kenneth 207 Freed. U. 31 ' ) Frenmin. David 21 1 l ■ in, M.ii y 121 Freeman, Virginia .809, 442 Margaret 359 Frei. J „ 2S0 508 Campus Publis Company tiing 823 llniuersih] Auenue IUddison, IDiscortsin Printers of Ijour 19 148 badger 509 Freiberg, Kenneth 123 382 18V m7 154 .1 ■(, Robert 121 1- rem b, L. 292 !91 I i. .mil. Roberl ■ ■ . 259 . .57 299 t round, irginl ;• . 121 Frev, Mai Fram h 205 115 i ii.iin.i- iji 124 t Roberl 26 1211 h ridaj I- ugenia 161 ■ 124 . 296 286 11, Bernadette 70, 71 . 121 Friedlander, Muriel 361 Friedli, Goulried 326 r 1 iedman, Uvin 323 l i !■ dman, Em) 121 l- i iedman, Selmi 121 . 363 Friedman, Sheldon 121 . :i2i, , am. u altei MO 1711 , ' („, .15.1 (■ riealeben, nna Mac .101 Friti, Ulred 207 320 121 h i ik. Dai id 270 Friu, Jacob .121 55. 215 39 133 l- roelii l». Ceorgine U Ul 301, 353 f roemmiog, fVrthui 328 Kruiiinailrr. (.. 32 ' i . robmader, Paul 3211 47 Kmrik. W illi.iui 292 .18 1 hh h.i.-t. Klltll r. ' i 372 Frudden, Phyllis 305 103 121 42B i rj Mi-. ■ Iharl, - 311 Fry. Per) 54, 57, 125. 383 F ' ) e, Florence 125, 364 udxinski, Sylvia 2U5. 303, 413, in, I a Hi Leland 207 Fuller, Marjorie 125, 111 350 Fullerton, Marjorie 125, 299 Furmanek, Florian 333 Furaeth, Paul 253 h Hiii i iii.in, Roberl 125 1 u Ike, Roland 125 Gaeth, Herbert 207 Gaffki Patricia ISO, 130 - Inrli-v 302 lagliardi, Jnlm 207 Gagnon, lohn 125 Calaoi Herb 23c, Gallaghei . F laine 125 Gallenberger, Donald 125 Gallin, Nfna 361 Gallo, Michael 93 Gallowa) . Jnlm 270 Galo, laabelle 376 Gander, 1 - 207, 420 Gandl lohn 39 Gangatad, It. 349, 129 Gannon, lean 7 ' . 299 149 Cans, ttlmr 207 111 C ipu Cflberi 121. 268 Garbe, Jane 10 125, 345 Garber, V dmund 121 Carbei Richard .17. 125, .188 Garbi i Hiaddui 125 G in r ' eorgc 21 S G irdm - Mariella l " C irl ■ Id Paul 323 G " ' ...i. I 317 | irnukel fum 375 Garfinkel Marvin II " Caritj l 13; Garnj 125 27 " 1 in Mai i. " i 12i t ihel 306 Root ot 125 CarroM i ram • - 125 127 Garaidi Ph Hi- 125, 168 188, 102 1 l, C) nihil ,1 Carat, It. 129 Cai lenbi ■ Cla la •■1- mi 326 Carve) 1 121 rhomai 18 126 Carj u rndh in 19 271 Sail) 106 • i , i. 10 III ..,,. i 129 127 1 Flalben 1 KM iiarli 310 1 leaooi Gauaewitz, Herben 326 Gaoeewiu, l. 146 Ganalad, John 207, 330 Vines 22 1 ' i.., nan, Si lei 270 Edward 212 Gebhard C. 149 Ci bhardl, lean 126, 119, 121 Gebhardl, Jnan 301 Ci bhart, I. 146 i..., J,,.i... , 271 Cei laniea 10] Geenen, 1). 349 i.. II- Roberl 126 Cerhardl Roberl 331 Gehl, Eugene 290 Cehi William 333 Gehrand, Margaret 381 Gehrig, J. 251 i.. Ink. , Fayc 126 Gehrmann, Don 217. 218. 249 1 i9 i. .In-. Barbara 167 Gehra, Wan.-,, 123 (..ill. Sherman 39, 340 Geidel, Roberl 259, 271 Geiger, John . 214, 22 " Geigei loyce 126 Geiger, Karla Ann 126, I0S Geigner, Paul 32 ' i Geigner, Ralph 63, 64, 126, 329 Geinopoloa, Anthony 332 (..■l,,n i I, .ul.- .in (.••ll.ini. Seymour 12n Celhauaen, I oil 376 Gellmnn, Edward 327 I., inl. i J, .111, 54, 57. 58. 62, 12(, Gendich, K i li I ■r-n ,171 Genl Car., I 308, 353. 393 Gennrich, Gail 3(2 (. .n-l.i, Thonuu 207 George, H. 321 (..-..re..-. Jerry 370 George, K. 230 i rge, W ray 234 ( , Eugene 39 Gerbig, Rogei 320 Gerg, rlln,r 327 Cerhardl, Glenn 214. 401 Gerhardt, I 266 Gerhardt, Robert 207 Gerlach, Roben 207, 333 Germain, P. 429. 4.11 German, Charles 16, 126 Germann, Mar) Lou 45. 348 Germer, Charlee 17. 18. 12( Gernhardt, Lois 126, 308. 131. 117 Gerrard, Ann . 126. 353 Gerechke, Franklin 321 Geracm, Jules .... 282 (..rill. I,. .iii.i 379 (....II. William 273 Geshay, Jamea 55 Cesser!, Joyce 365 Geaaler, Anhur 46. 207. .130 Gethen, Bruce 218 Getman, Delberl 126 Getachman, Keith 207 Geture, W illiam 126 (..1 Marilyn .. .180 Clio. I,. I). 342 Cibbon, Harriet 126. 368 Gibba, N.-I.l.. 15. 120 Giblin, Ronald 126. 294, llll. 122 117. 151). 481 Gil Edward 255. 288 (.,1 J. C. 17 Gibaon, Richard 17. 283 Gibaon Rodnej bh. 127. 429 Geilow, vrthui 268 Gieae, Joan 127. 352 l.i... I miii 312. llll. Cieae. Maul., .ill Gilbert;, Gloria 127. .Hill i. ,11.. ,i I ugene 16 251. 2112 I. ill.., i. K. 118 Gilbert, Melvin 296 Gilbert, Roberl 331 I, ,11... Ma 81 i. .Hi. 1 1.. ..i Nordeen 216 i Lawrence 127 (.ill. Barbara 18. 127 109. 182 l. ,11. James 263, 264 289 (..li. Uargarel 127 155 Gillen. alii 127 i. .11. I M...M 127. 290 I. (.ill. II. Jim 251 i. ill. n Philip il. ' Gilllng, I ..,- 117 ( lohn 127 in. 101 l " i ill i. Inaberg I, Ian 77. 127. 3(111 111 147 I. III. I,,,,! ' I , ,. I (.....I M 281 l.i| I., I.. i 278 (.li.. I till • ., ,,.l I .,,1 ! Ill 232 Glroula, Bryard 127 I I i baric, rhomai GltlingS I.l.n in 277 (.mini;.. William 277 (•I,- K. 420 i ■ laeai i i u 1 1 2o7 Glaeaer, Prol. Martin II ' ■I. Fred 269 Claudei Gloria ' .(. 127 102 III i. Ian, I. i. Harold 120 Gloeer, J, .., -[.li 120 Glaaacc Jamea 384 (.la — . ... law rem i 127, 181 Glanl.ii . I» 205 Cleaeon, William Glen, Man 296 Clen, Bruci 200 Glenn, Roberl 263, 287 Glicltlich, Donald 20 Gli,kli.li. Marvin 211 (li. kalein, Judith 127. 372 Gliaaendorf, Owen 127 102 Clock, la.i. 178 Gloeckler, II. 210 1. 1. ..1. 1. -loan. E. (■In. k. Catherine _ 378 Glynn, Jam... 271 Glynn, Winifred 368 (.in, in. -r. Donald 61 I....I.T II,,, ..1,1 :..,. Godfrey, Doroth) 127 Godfrey, Dndle) 277 3 in Godfrey, Earl 265 Godfrey, No, man 331 Godfrey, Patricia 33. 35. 36. 127. 201 Godfrey, Richard 2117 Godfre) . Samuel :ill Godahell, Duncan 328 Coeden. William 281 Goclz.. Joyce 300 G Ini,;. Robert 326, 377. .181 Coetsch, Arthui 21 1. 200 Goetachel, Kenneth .. 281 11. -i , (.. 255 Goetz, J, -an. -It.- 127 Cogin, Jam.-. 10 Hi Gohlk.-. Gerhard mi 12: Gold, Roberl 281, Gold, William 382 Goldbeck, Ca-1 54 59. 12: Goldbeck, I.. la 150 Goldberg, Mice 10; Goldberg, Ira 127. 32.1 Goldberg Ralman 128 Goldberg, Paul 207. 267 Goldberg, R. 120. 452 Goldberg, Se) ir 296 Golden. M. 218 Goldgruber. Janel] 301. Goldman. Margaret 361 Goldamith, Frederic .. .127 Goldsmith, Glenn 61 Goldstein, Bernard 211. 219, 253 214. 219. 253. 200 382. 303. 107. 482 Goldstein, II, -mar, I 1.. 287. 107 Goldstein. Marvin ... 296 Goldwaaser, Evelyn 370 Goldwasaer, II, ,11a 128. .100. .17:1 G.illav. Hli, nil 128. 371 Collmar, Sa.nl-. , 376, 111 1 r. Mildred (71 Golub. Roae .158 I... 111I1 nor. Phvllis 128, ii.l 1,2 Compile--. J. .Ini 271. 389 Gonce, J, .Ini 207 Goniss, Donald 132 G01 rio-, Roberl 290, 327 G I. I,. (IB Goode, W ■■- ' 87 G lenoueh. Roberl .178 l- Ihand. Lois 307. 35 1 G Iinan. Bernic 128 (. Iinan. Gerald 128 G Iiii. 111. J i.li 318. 323. 110 (• Iinan. In.liil, 300, 318 ( ' iiu.linaii. Ruth 373 I Irich, lam.-- 123. I2 ' l G Iwin, Nathan 128 (■ mi Edith I2B, II.. ' Goplin, Roberl 61 Gorder, Weslei 128 Gordon, Beverlj 128. .11111. ISO 1 1.. .1. Hal. (.1 Gordon, I).. mil. I 265 I,... il,. o, II .1.1., rhend 177. 382 ' ordon. II ,. 12 " ' k 1 Stan G..-. 0.1, -in. Paul 11. 12H, 112 ;; 1 11 : G.-lin J... (OH Cottsacker, Raj 1 ..11- balk, n (IB 1. ..11.. Ii.ilk W ill ..... 0; 1211 10: ( ..... lej lame, 2(e. Covert, R. (,..|i ,1 llnl.,.., 77 82 IIHI I II Crabol ' ri 311 r.rabowski, 128 Grade, R, 129 ' .-In. lain.- 332 Crad) I ' I II 11 Grarwln, Ruth Inn 347 ' . .1 l I.I 1.1.1I Geone 338 i.,.i Phyllis mi Graf, SvUia 128 Graham, I dward ill Graham, F. 321 I ml M ir) Mn ■ 20S ' 1 . ' Da, 1.1 275 Grainger, U..11.1M :k, Graiewicz, H.-nrv Gramoll, Roberl Grande, A. 1 ;: (.tan. line. Kiilli 388 (.i.i. 1. line. H..IIO.- 81. 128 Gran wak) 1 ... Ille 128. 356 ' ....in. Barbara Grant, Mike 277 Grant, Kila 355 Grant Roberl 321 Giaiii.i.i, II. Ini-, ;{(,;{ Granum, Polly .: Grapaaa. Nlckolae 128 Graaaei 1 280 (.1.111 Wall,.. 125 Graves, N. 113 Graj Jim 201 Gray, Ogden 271 Gredlei Gerald 21 I 2S6 2S7 ' .. . k...n Robert 207 Greeley, Barbara 159 (■ ' . «le) . W illiam 277 Green, B. .151 ' . ' . . ,,. Donald 110 Green, K. j.,j Green, Gertrude 128. 351. 171 Green, J,,se|,h 207 270 Green, Luc) 80, 128 Creen, Sail) 1110, 107, 450. 451 Green. Tom Greenberg, Joan 171 Greenblalt, Jeu 120 Greenburg, Lenore 129. .175. 412 Greene, l ' ..lwar.l : ;n Greene. J..lm i|-{ Greenhalgh, Mary 303 Greenkorn, li.,l,eri 283 Greenough, J.-lm 275 Greer. Jane 309 Gregg, Jan.- ... 102. 353 Gregg, Nan. v . 301 (.1. gorj . II. 120 Gregory, l arv,m 120 Gregor) Donald 330 Gregory, Marian 303 Gregory. Sheila 111 (. ' ..... Melvin 293 Gremban, K.lwar,l 113 Gremban, Har„l,l 128 Gremban, Joe 120 Gremban, Steve 215. 216. 320 Greach, Roberl 127. 117 Greeko, Lorraine 120. 1 to Grossman, Roberl 129, 127 Cre . M. 313 Grirrn. Melvin 57. 02 120. 150 Griep. I ' . 321 Griesbach, J. 292 Grin. iioer. Roman (10 Griesman, Alexandei 331 Ciinm. Donald 12. 120 Griffith, Roberl 129 Griffiths, Corinne 129, 2 " " I . Grim. Mary Jane 353 Grimm. Jane 309 Grimm. Joy 120 Grimm. K. 212 Grimm. William 328 l.u.n.l.nl CleO 27(. (.1 iin-la.l. C.H.I. n 256. 258. 250. 28 " ' -i.nl. I.. 1511 (.rim. la. I. lar 20S, -• " ISO Grin, lie. Joyce 81 Grippen, Marjorie 310. 151 Griskavtch, Wallel 2 " 3 129 Co Griswold, Harrj 12 " . 210. 2 " ! Griawold, K. 152 Cr..ll. William 215, 2l.i (.,,,11. Man (.1100.10. M .1 1 vlin 1 20, 373 Grombacher, Sue 120. 172 121 Grootemaat, lain.. Ji. I 281 (.1..--. M... 118 Grosskopf, Richard ' " I J95 1: kopf, Wallaci 17. 120, 125 Grossman, Donna 80, 369, 150. 170 (.1. ...in.,,. Eh 12 " ,l(,,l Cm. .111. 111 loyi . Grola Ha. bars 205 299 1....1I.. 1 aid 211: Grovei Hale 17 ' Grovei William 1 • ' 1. ,.,.. M. 3S4 (.,,,1,1, li . ' 1 1 1 Marlyn 12 " . an 11. 1 1 ' ' 1. in .,,.,. ,1.1. W. 2811 tjen, i linn 207 219 (. uelaoM W illiam 17. 129 I5| Giienther. 11 1 10 319 •07 1. ska Robi 1 1 325 ' ■ 1 . Wall- " 1 ' 11 Stephen 1 10 189 1 ,11 li " . 1111 (■in-. Stanle) 27o 1 in l.n Ink V 1 ■ ' . 310 ' nd ( on. ion 288 510 to the yearbook staff for preserving a pictorial record of the school year. We are proud of having played a part in the production of this yearbook and know that you a nd your alumni will cherish the many memories it retains. You are to be complimented for your initiative and enthusiasm which has played such an important part in its production. Pontiac craftsmen have tried sincerely to crown your efforts with success by rendering service and quality in the production of the photo-engrav- ings in this book. MASTER ENGRAVERS TO AMERICA ' S SCHOOIS pontine Y ENGBAVMNG ELECT ItOTYPE CO. 5CH0QL PUBLICRTIOn DIUISIOIl HI 2 WEST VAN HI HKX SIUR 4 IIU M.O 7. ll.l.l OIS 511 -...,, Carol Gundereon, Donald Cniidcrson, Elva Gunderei Helen Gundereon, Sidne] Cundlach, Herbert Gunther, D. -.1 . Com David eanoi 5 i. hi. Donald I. met. Hi ' llv 1-v.iil n. Rita 80. 1 II 310 312. 309 130. 366 61 s: .:l 31 ' ) I M 345 ::i 205. 431 121, 117 130. 280 Hanley, Robert H w.ih.t Kaunas. Roben M .. n -. he, Betty 230. 131. II .,k, Charlc, Raali »w, 11. .1, Raaa, Allot H II. . Raaa, w Wilbur Raai Raaae . Paul 11.,.,.. Robert 271 130. 352 .Ml. 259 332 .in 122 in, i.l 60 283 320 348 265 366 llaherman. Arlette 301 Haberman, Don i Hachetal P Hai kbart h, Robi rl I 10 Hackbartb, Ruaa 328 Barker, Robert 126 103 Hackee ,..- 175 11 " 124, II:! II... kett. Dean E. .130. 43? Haddock. Roberl 332 Hadlejr. Han 1 " ' :i " U KM 109 320. Hadley, Rutb Haering Dolo H teaaler, Herbert Haffej R Rafatrom. Prol. J. llahn. John (;.. Jr. Hagen, John 207. 321. 329 Hagen, N. 316 Hagenal 97m. 26 Hager, Joanne 299. 353 H laerty. Ham 212 Clifford 323 153 375 393 240 62 57 Hahn. J.ihn M ..... I .... 301, ll. 1. 1. Wallace Raigh I iw ..... , Height, Ge. Haiat. Douglas Ralek Lucille Mar; Halbman, Man Halbman, Philip II .1- ki. Stanlej .. 207 Hale] Knn 306 Hall i Nora Ellen 306 Halkey. P. 351 270 348 207 64 26 378 383 386 131 291 It ,11 93. 91 Mall. Edwin 20- II II Inline 387 11.11 M. 401 11.11 Mar) 81. 290 M ,1 ! 80. 130 Hall. Rerrinald 130 11.11 Robert . H II WHIiam 211 11,11, 130 M .11.. .1.. Donald 130 •17. 02 207 373 ' i ' ,07. 317 281 275 I ' .il-i. Floyd I ' . li... I i H ilnerin M-. H. I ' tll.in. 1 mi. . ii iltei I. ... iiiii.... Thorn . - II .K.-....H, David I ' ....I.I. ,, It 1,-1 ,„. 212. 216 " amblei W.I I ' ..... I. M.il..-. i 320 M.. ....-I- Daniel M. 131 II.,,,.,! ' 281 M imllton, John 298 , Robert 287 H i,.... Wai ■ 130 ll ........ 1 Robert v 02. 03. 04. 130. 288 I .„ C. 326 ! Frank 333 433 Richard 275 ll ,,..,... ,l„ r g, Robi .t 381 . lie) Will. in. 130 Hat lovci 371 Loli IS . Iljm 302 Hi. 208. II ...I ll.irbara 308 3V md Barbara W. ISO 308 I I H M, . 1. Donald Hampton. R. Hamre, Car,.] 1 . ird II. Willlsm Sail. HankofT. Audrev llanka. Willi.,, Hanler. II. M. 130. 308 437 20- 420 111 327 214 302 28 " ... 66 Hanai bman, Nancy 11 111, 165, 168, 175. Hanaeo, Ignes Hanaen, Uvin Hanaen, Am, .1,1 Hanaen. Audrey ]3i, Hanaen, Charlea 281. Hanaen l i 131, 11 ...-. ,1, F. h ..... I. I rederii k 1 I 11 .... ,1 1 Hanaen, Loo 131, 131 131 256. 17. Hanaen, Richard 1 ;l ll..,.-. ... . Robert W. Hansen. » ernon J. Hanahna. Nelaine 11 ... ..... Hanaon, H. Hanaon, Di ... Hanson, Eugene Hanaon, Harold k. H . ' .-.. ll Harri Hanaon, J,,l.,, K Hanson, Kenneth H. 11. ....... I., Hanson, Lauren K. ,,1 Hanson, Margarel II.. ..-..11. R. Hanson, Robert J. Hanson, Roberl S Hanse] Larrj Harbaugh, G -. Harder, II. .... Harding, Helen 11 irdsinski, V,- Mar,-. Marguerite Harkavy, ll. hi,,,,,,, 1 Harker, It.-tt . I n 208 .... 11 irker, M Mark,-,. Mariorie Harker, Mildred Maikin- W .11, ..... Mi, k.. 1. 1.i, Grace 11.1,1... Phyllis Harlow, Cheater Harlow, Dr. H. J. Harnack, D. Harnack. Donald S. 291. Hamer, Beverly 131, Harney, Elise Harney, Mary Cathei I ' .I Harniah, Jean 118. H.11 per, J. . .. Harries. Harry Harris. Barbara Mini-. F. Harris. Frank ll...... Frederick Harris, .1. Harris, Jacqueline Harri-. Jaequi lyn . n ■...- Kenneth 101. 100 Mar,,- Harris, Oscai Ma, lis, Vsalle, 2(7, in Harrison, 1.. R. Harrison. Randall 396. Harrower, John A. 00. 132. M.,,1. II ;,- M. ii.- Kine 132. Hartman, R. Carl 132. Hartman, J. Har n, loan 205. II,, m.il. Richard Hartung, Norman Harvey, llarri.-i 31, in, 132, Haselow, 1. Haselow, W 11 11 .... ... 1. .-1, I ' .-kills, E. II -- Georgis H Robert H.ss. I. Emanuel Haaaett, Patrick Haaslinger, Joy ll..-. .... R Hassel, Orville Hatleberg, James II..1I. 1.. 1 ... Paul Mill... ... 1 Haubrii 1. I; II.... I, ,1,1, Robert ll I... 1. Melaean 11. Fred ll.i.it-. 11 Donald II,.,,,..,. Prol I 11.... 11. . 11....-., |ohn 11 ... .1. R,il|.h 1 ■ , Rlehard 11. ,,1.1.1.1, „ John H , • n- K. ..... ll. Raveratlek, Ceorgc Have., Andrei- Havlan.l, I , Hawks, , 211. 220. 223. 266. 411. 11 ' . Hawkins, Horbarl , 330 Hawkinson, (.eral.l m llawlev Kent 270. 407 11 B 549 259 41n 323 in. 177 40 207 319 299 386 303 352 280 352 33 330 215 131 353 351 313 329 329 332 293 321 71 349 1.31 309 292 61 280 333 324 322 311 131 350 207 I ' ll,, inn. 117 313 308 359 01 458 304 1.31 80 255 441 303 131 310 430 340 320 361 257 259 131 350 131 131 446 331 278 111 222 401 327 207 201 327 331 347 207 271 353 292 202 381 280 111 132 328 293 36 466 329 266 132 351 130 322 305 333 302 437 , 310 207 268 1 12 40 S31 347 230 to in. ' 20; .i: 10. 132. 11,1. Ilele,, Hayaabf, ktakota Hayden, Paul Hayek, Edward Hayea, J,. In, II...-. R . Hayea, Robert Hayea, Robert E. Haylett, Don Hayma, Elaia Ma,., II, ..II. Hayward, Charles Hayward, Jean Hayward, Margarel Hayward, Roberl Hayword, 1 ' . H.i .i, I: Hasard, Roberl Ha art. Audrey Hasen, Judy H ' Doubler, Louise Hea. ... k. Ralph Read, 11.. I. Head, Kenneth Heal, r.itrieia Ileal, Marj Healy, Muriel Hear. Prol 1 S. Reapa. Jack . . Heberer, Georgi Heberlein, Gordon M,- In. Rose He, k. Willi Heeker. lames Ho.-kro.lt. Frank He, If,-.. K, .)„ ,, Heermans, li n Mel], ran. Mario II. 11. rhomas Hegerich, Joseph Heian, Roberl Heibering, Marilyn Heide. Roberl Heideman, Daniel Heideman, Muriel Heideman, Roberl Heider, Robert Heifetz. Rhoda Heil. Richard H, ill,,, .liner, Frank Heimick, Jocelyn 11, in. Dorothy Hcin. Ellen 80. 133. Hein. Thomas Heineman, Janice Reineman, N Heinemann, Frederick 46. Heinen, Eunice Heinkel, Howard E. Heins, R. M.il,-. William Heide, Robert Heironimus, L,,is ho Heisdprf, Bemice M.il. era. Gnnnai Helfaer, Joanne Helfrich, Mar. Helgeby, Catherine 133 Helgeby, 1 lara Helgren, Preston Hell,,. Don Heller. Gunthei Heller, J. li, ll. 1 lames Heller, R. Hellgren, 11. W. Hellmann, Richard Hellwig, Harriet M,l,n. William 11. ,. F. 1I.-1i.ii-. Jean Heimick, I), ,,.... Helminiak, Rayn ,1 II. ■)...-. Joyce 133. 208 Helstad Orrin Helton, (i. 11. In 1 irginia Hemauer, J,-,,, in,- 38 Hemmerlein, Arthur Hemming, R 11. ... . ... Dale Henden, Bonnie Heii.i.- 1. Joan Hendricks, Uden ll.-.i.l... k-,,,, Roberl 11. .. ,. i.i.r. Norberl Henpt, Frederli k Marion Hal lei I. .in Ruasel II. ..... . -s,.] M.-iin.-ssv. Pal He 1 , i 1....1 1 ' thy 1.. 1... Arnold John T. Ml. 58. 255. 240 217. " I 132 361 322 ill 268 432 433 -■ " I 322 375 132 328 132 124 261 316 1.12 337 317 309 311 132 333 320 311 303 124 377 273 61 151 361 132 271 250 239 20 1 132 281 132 326 351 81 42 375 333 265 132 81 323 353 346 413 281 133 318 381. 151 350 326 432 329 81 :ii; .17 12 I 365 396 - ' 17, Heng Henka, Henke, 11. i.k, II, ,,,,,-v II.,,,,,, Hennlg, m.,l,i 9 Hennlg I.. I.,, r. 60,1 Henry I 11.,,,, Marilyn Henry, R,,l,eri Henalrv, Robert 219. 250. 323. M . ■ ... Herbert " ll. 118. 421 301 I 13, 294 320 3.31 120 ;. ' _ ' 12 , - ' -_ ' 133 307 330 352 308 330 2711 li.7 112 I- ' I 36 .•:,, 328 350 312 307 .,11.. 327 . .112 133 . 331 149. 325 , n, . I.I 282 357 919 121 310 . 93 . 270 113 I -1. 217 458 201 2117. Hen ,-. Donald HenrJk, I ' . Heppe, R. Herbert, Petet 257 . 351 294. 323 17 Herbert Phillips M.il.,--. Tbomas 288 Herbet, Lucj . 370 Hen 1, 1 Elisabeth 30S. 353 Herlorl. Hi. 1, ..I. I . 328 Herman, kubrey 133. 383 Herman, Robert 275 Hermann, Kurt 330 H... .I., it- 1 V., man 332 M.i. .11. inn. Roe, 1. ...ii 133. 310 Rerreid, Elisabeth .100 Herreid, William ... I2H H. ... ...... Keith 328 ,11. R. 1 12 Hern, ,11. I ' ,,, I. I. (Ci Her, line. II. ,_ 351 Herrling, I. .... 3S4 Herrmann, N.,,, 1 . 309 H.-rri, -1.1. li. Richard 1.(3. 296 Mi-,, -1. Charles 71 Herachbergnr. Clarence 291, 109 Rerahi opf, Judith 113. 361, 1117 Herahloder, Howard 267 Heretad, Einar 1.1 11; II,-- 1, iisteiner, l.oia 87. 376 12 ' , 1 11 R.-ttv Jean (.. 2lo 260. 330 Men . Hertz. Herts, Mt-lle, Herv, ,1 . 11. . I.l, Herzfeld Hess. B. Charles Laurie Beata .,!,■, ,,, 134. 321 286 131 Jii7. 329 349 Hess, Roberts 70, 134, 315 Hesse. 11, .,,.,1,1 71 Hesse. Kenneth 200 II 1 Robert 1 il M.--..I.. Galen 131 Hetland, Rev. Henrj 177. 383 Helland. V. 31.3 Hetael, Fred 323 Heuer, Patricia 40. 365 Heuer. Shirley 306 Heuaton, Frank 271 HeMer. Mariorie 300. 361 Reyse, Warren Hevwoo.l, D.il. Ribbard, Hihbard. Hibhard. Hibbard Hibbard. Hibbard. Hibbitts. Hick 134. 134. C. Clark Curl Frank 57, 134. Howard 111. 117 Jean 352, 381 William . 134. 323 David .... 283 271 329 277 207 320 Hi.-kev. James 326 Hickey, Jean 365 Hickman. Coach J. 252 Hi.kok. Joy 134. 311 H„k-, 1 12 " Higby, Shirley 346. 378 Hiken. (ierald 4.31 111. H1I.I.1I1I. George 207 Hildebrand, M. .152. 12 " II. I.I.I., .,,.,] It. 3 10 Hildebrandt, 1 ..... l. 1 252 Mll.lel.ran.lt. Jo . 301 Hildebrandt, Louis. a, ■ Hile, H. 33 1 Mil,-. K„ hard 214. 381 Rilgenberg, Carl 131 Hilgl n.lorl. Charles 88 . 127. 120 Hilgendorf, II.,, .,1.1 142 . 370. 127 Hilgendorf, James 370 Hilgendorf, John 112. I2K Hill. H...1..I. 367 Hill. II,... 328, 151 11,11. Floyd 211 Mill. Ilia Claire 131. 310 11,11. Mrs. 205, ' " .! ' Hill. Margarel 305. 340 Hill. Robert 295 11.11 Steve 2 " 1 11.11, ,, He, belt 1 .1 Miller. R. Kurt 2KB. 121 Mill.-i, [one 78, 351 Hiller, 1.. Hillery, 1. Edward , 1 ., 11,11, ,1. Weale] 81 11 ll 1 3211 Hilliker. Helen 31.5 M.U.. Madelyn 111. 367 II, Hi.. Miles .;u in. II. IK... . 310 Hilpertahauser, John 2711 M.I-. ..I. ..11. Raj .... Mil-. 1.1... ll. Will.,, in 300 Hilton 1 .-I.. 9] " 1 134 hi ll.... I..... .... 1 srolini II. ml- IL. .Il.i 388 1 - II. Hi,,,.. Roberta 3113 Hlnkamp, John 288, 308 Hinke.. F. Hlnkley, M.an ill 311 II,,, -man. Keilh 111. 200 Hints, F. Hint . Robert 1.11 ll,,,,. Virginia .... 134 Hilda 84. 134 li ika, Kal.umi 71. 135, S70 si: In our eighth consecutive year as official BADGER photographer SANCHEZ STUDIO extends heartiest congratulations to the class of 1948 All negatives kept on file for reorder 524 STATE STREET FAIUCHILD 9323 513 J ill lln b, Elaine 375. 388 Hir.. hfield. Rulh 13S. 431 Birehleifer, Paul Hjelle. Ku Ellen J7S Hlinak. I.niir. |2 Hoague. Krmirlh rmond 245 Hobart, Kutli Hobson, Marcelalna I35 a 1.1. Rich. id . ' " I Hodes. Rulh Bodgine, Richard Bodgkine, tt .iltrr J. Hodgson, Lowell IO0 Hii ml Hodgcll, R. R H-.elt. Irwin Hoehn. Armon Hoehn, Lloyd Hi-elr. Cjrla Boelael, K.ul 1 IS, 26 US, 117, Hoenk. George Hoenig. J. Hoenig. L. A. 29 I. Hoenk, I ' .iul Hoerl, Bcttv 81. 135. Hoermann. K. 429 Boealy, I 101 Hotl. Jndson 281 Hod. Rii--.ll 207 Hnffland Nun , 301 Charlc. 135, 283 Doris 387 Francis 71 J. JIH .in Mar] I 15, 308. 353 293 135 I4S 126 127 323 II ' . Ill 332 135, 431 32 ' l 30 218 I " 249 20 : 13 " , 251 71 135 202. 183 133 340 137 430 357 HofTm.ni HofTruan Hoffman Hoffman Hoffman. Hoffman kfaybui Hoffman. Paul Hoffman. Roeeninr) Hoffman. Steve Hoffman. William III Honus, ft. 124 Hogan, Robert 321, Hi. rue. R. Jin Holada, Janel 159, 411 Holbert. I. e 371 Holcomb. Donglaa 135, 269 1 1 ■ ' 1 ■ omb, George ill Holcomb, Richard 58 Bolder, Done 130 Holden, John 55 Boldatein, lack . ' Ho Holland, Belli i 15 Holland. John 265 Holland. Robert 135 BoUenbeck, Roberl 135. 339 Boiler, Bane) 265 Holletl, 11. 549 Holler, Henry ... 2H1 Bolloway, licorge .... 135 Bolli, Carls 31 1 Holm. Barbara B0, 135, 353 Holm, LeRo] 184 Holman. Hyman 126 Holman, Maxine 169 Holman, Nathan 326, 382 Holmes, George 263. 201 271. 192 UI7 122, 123 Holmes, Norman 406 Holmes. R. 310 Vel 51 50 Holms. N. in: Holt, Hui.i. n. . 38 H..lt. Douglas 323 Bolt, Paul 310 Hollan, LaVerne 112 433 Holthaus. Joyce 358 Holton, Gi raid 271 Holtum. Harold -.1117 Holll, Carl 256 258 Holt , Daia) 01 H-.lt Guenthei 333 Holts, Jai It 1 ;-. ■170 H ' .ltriii.iii H ID 127 Bolzman, Ervln 10, 282 H HI,.., 371 Homan, Uarvin , ' HH Bom i J. .In, 135 llonigleld. Selma 312 Honnold. Id- hard Bonaik, P. 256 Hooker. Arthur 207 140 Hoopi ' Mul 291 109, 415 flop. . - 1 ;.. 279 117 II.. Ill, II. I.11 Bopkina, 1 ranklin 1 11, ll ' .j.kin- Boplrfne, Bannafa 1 10 Boppe, n 711 Boppa, Howard E. 1 Boppe, Howard W. 1 11. .I., ft ' . [BO Borate, 1 L ' 78 Boreoati ln ( . Horn, I 1 HO, 3|,, Ford 328 C.ylord 310 . i. ,,,.,. 20 ■ Hi. in. Wallace Horner, Jane 353 Horn, Horo. Horn Hon, Homer, Mar) 301 Horolg, Gilben 136, 3K. Homing, Curtis 275 Homaelh, Roberl 378. 129 II. .1.1, Mm,, lib. 353 II. .,.[.,11. James Horn 1 Bayard I " I!,. .inn, V. ... 35 II... 1. .1, I. 350 II, ,,..,,ih A. Hyme, John 273 Borwils, Donald 11,,-i.i, J, 1. Iltll Houden, R. 296 375 21 ' . Boughlon, Ml. .ii l Houghlon tt .I " 1 00. 320 Houlihan. K. MS Houmes, John 330 House. H. 2 0 House, loaeph 71. 294 II.,.,-,., Nancy 317 Houalaad, k. John .- 52 Houston, Ernest - 283 II,, ,,-t, ,1,. J. ' lin 283 Houston, Keith 39 II, .,.!.-. Russell 207 Hove, Everett 136. 276 Hove, M - K | Bovelsrud, Herman 127 Bovelatat, Richard - 428 Bovland, rklvin I " ' Hovland, Lynn 220 Hovland, Maurice 1 " •■ " " Hovend, Marlyn 330 Howard. John 428 Howard. M. ■ 3S0 Howard, I. mill 136 Howell, Edward 327 Howell. Sally 136. 308 llowey, Danes 78, 375 Howland, Ralph ■ 277 Hoxaey, Jean 205 Hoye. Gene - 39 Hoyer, Jane 362 Hoyer, Murtin 131 ' Brecsuch, Adam Hrupka. Elaine 136 317, 430 ._ 331 327 60, 457 429 330 340 207, 328 ,. 322 ... 332 207 38 283 207 200 329 308. 315 313 304 347 403 363 Hrupka, John Hrupka. Joseph Hsu. Nan I.I. Huber, C. Huber, James Huber, Leslie Huber, Willard Hubert. James Hubler. Roberl Hudson, John Huebel, Robert Huebner, Marvin Huebner. Donald Hueston, Robert Huettl, George Huettner, Edward _ 323 Hug, Marilyn 358 Hugdahl. C 429 Hughdahl, Don 333 Hughes. Barbara .... 311 Hughes, Delmar 403 Hughes, Doris 347 Hughes, Hugh 275 Hughes. James 128 Hughes, Liaabeth 136, 311 Huhn, Rila Huiskamp. L. Hulbert, Lesley Bulce, 1 1. ,.., ' . Hulkowski, R. ... Hull. Yvonne Humphrey, Frank i.l 64, 136, 202 Humphrey, John 283 Humphrey, Richard 60, 320 Hunholz, Lawrence Bunkler, A. Hiinii Gloria Hunt, Cynthia Hunt. P. Hunt. Richard Hunter. John Huntington, Bertha 205 Huntington, Mrs. V, Hnnaingar, Richard Hups, H Hurfl. Captain I... v ll„,il. I ,,, . II.,, II, „i i. Hurst, Barbara Hurst, G. Hunt, I Kin 1 i.iiii, ' . Hi, land Burwlts, Kenneth Buskins, Olwen Hii.k,,,.. Shiela Huaaemann, I ihy 35 H„. line Paul 88, Ho Hii.tiiii, 1 mo 136, 322 Boston, lull,, i ' H,i. t..r. Join. Hii-i.ni, Keith i " Hutchan, i lydi 40 II In. on, Uberl 270. 30B. 470 Hut. bison, Merle Hut, hi..,,, Si I IS7 Hydi I ' . -I ' .. M no Bydi I i M v.l. . Me 111. 458 Hyink. M. 352 Hyink. II.., 57. 2(9, 930 My, nil,, Joiinii 300 .. 293 311. 303 301, 353 313 12 300 27S 332 132 222 ... 308 323 I. ii, 346 78, 313 329 211, .. 205 364 Ibach. Harold 1. 137 346 47 Ihde, II. . 255 Miff. Eloiai 434 lltlS, J. il.n HH, 207 , 429 Mn- loaephlne 87 llti.. Theodore 207 427 1. oh, ill. ft. M. 225 Inim, Ardei, 64 301 370 Ingenoll, Alfred C. 61 [ngraham, Dean Mark II 75 Ingrassia, Anthony 72 1 17 196 : " . 178 127 Irgens. Kay „ 270 3?8 351 129 laackeon, Bill 280 lienberg, Helen 200, 3S3 laenberg, Philip 137, 270 laenbcrger, Charles 72 388 laon, V 340 Israel. I.. ..., .in. 1 17, 300 Isralv, Bella 77, 209 100, l il 115. 447 Italiano. Gloria 137 lura. Ton. .. 51 ' . " 63 ol. 137 Iveraon, Donald 137, 320 . 94, 330 275 42 420 J Jaastad, Barbara 137, 313 Jackland, Thomas 381 Jackson, Arnold 291 larks, in. Elizabeth 137, 290 137 ?11 74 1 17 387 Jacobs, Marehal] 327 Jacobs, Miss 410 I.,, obe, Shirley 343 Ii. -.1.-. ii, Doris 370 ,1 Ii-en. Elaine 303 Jaeobsen. Marv Ann 205 I,n id. -on. Arthur 137 434 137 203 137 328 375 718 372 301 Jaeobson, Richard 57, 265 Jacobson, Richard S. ... 207 Jaeobson. Walter 137 277 422 777 269 1 1 JO I Jaeger. Erwin 275 Jaeger, Fred 272 Jaeger, Joanne 353 Jaffe, Anita 137 117 360 137 Jagler, James 310 458 272 352 38 281 James, William 281 87 Jamieson, T. 321 329 ?51 46 1. Mn, 11. F. 271 .1.10,1.1. P. ... 354 Janecky, Richard .127 Janes. Margaret 138 Jandt, John 38 Janicek, !),.■ 1 207 Janikian, Mike 138 Janke. Donald I ' n J. ,oke. Robert 323 l.innev. II, nli. ii. i 138. 309 Janney, Wilfred 211 lanaay, B. 313 1 in n, B. II " lan-rii. George 275 lanaaen, Dirk 332 Jin n. ft ill, am S25 J. in Inn. Anil. i 451 Jarcltin. 1 , , , , 3r.:, Janline. Marv 1 1 laabeth KM Jarlaberg, Kenneth 178 1 10 I., ii... i.. :.u, 1,18 Jamah, Donald 207 Jaaaanakl, 1 rank 328 Jay, Ray . 333 Ja nrwirr, M.n.l. , 332 Jeatrnu. Nil It J 138 las nam, Dolores 353 Jodamui, Paul 181 138 211 leffen, llobeit 37. Jefferys. 1. Jeffrey, Iva . ... Jenkln, Boward Jenkins. Don. Il.v I IK. Jenkins, Evelyn 138. Jenkins, Fred Jenkins, John 289. Jenkins, Han Jenks. J.-ssi.- 352, Jensch, Jeanne .. Jensen, Aitlnn Jensen. Don. |. ,,-.., (iloria 87, 305. 347. 352, Jensen, James Jensen. Jan.- Jensen. June 34. Jensen, Keith Jensen, L Jensen, Leonard Jensen, LeRoy 138. J. risen. Lowell .. I .:. Jell-en, Bohelt Jen-en. Robert D. Jensen Robert J. leu.. ii. Ruseell 138. Jeii-.m, Dorothy Jenson. Kenneth . [..,-. hi. William Jenawold, John 71. I, ode. Robert Jertno, Betty Jerrard, Richard leneil 1,1, 1, 138 Jill, . ' 18. Jersild, Barbara 79. 2 " " , ' .n Jersild. J. Jeseluo. Stanle) ) ' --.■, J. din Jewell. J. . I, ■ .,, Martin lieha. John Jindra, Alvin lindra, David Jirucha, Robert .... . " ' J Jirlkovec, LeRoy ..., Joehem, Arleen Jodar, Dorothea 1, ' Mlink Joffee, H Johalinsen. Larry John, Barbara John, Carl . John. Herman 139, John. Richard C. John, Richard W. 201. 105, 465, Johnejack. R. Johns, Don . Jnhnsen, A. Johnsen. Gordon Johnsen, Rolf Johnson, Adrienne Johnson, Allan 17. 221. Johnson, B. Johnson, Betty 301. Beverly Bonnie 2115, Bruce 94 I, ,1, ,,.,„, Johnson Johnson Johnson Johnson liilin-i.i Johnson Johnson Johnson. Johnson. Johnson. Johnson, Johnson, liiliii-iu, I, ,l,n-,,i Johnson. I,, bus, ,n Johoaon 313, 93, 252. 275, 113. Bruce C. Bin. ' I Bruce W. Carol Carol M. Charles Claire Clifford D Daniel Darryl David M. Donald Donald H Donald J. Johnson. Dorothy J. .111,-,. I, Di.llrl.l- Johnson. Dwiglil l,iliii-ii,i, E. J, dins, in, I. nl II. Johnson. Ear] K. iniiu-iiii. Elisabeth Johnson. Eugene Johnson, Farrell ImIiiis.hi. Fern 77. 1.30. J. .bus., n. I -, Johnson. I. ....I,, ,, 10, J.ihn...n, Grace Johnson, H. w Johns,,, I. lie, 111 I. dins. ii, Jean J, dm. on. Joseph Johnson, |.. Johnaon, Kermil J. dm. ..ii, I.. Johnson. I. ill I.. I, ,.-.. n. Lois II " , mi. 168, 17.-,. Johnson. 1 . K. In M tin, Johnson. Margaret Pat, i, i 209 113. 34i Paul PI It I I. IV 1111,11,1 Richard . 208. I. dm.. Johnson. I ,lin.,ui, liillll-.il, Johnaon, lohniODi Johnson, Richard E. 207 350 138 138 353 402 332 327 138 430 347 378 205 430 207 138 138 331 256 207 258 311 322 61 138 273 345 289 289 138 138 91 207 210 111 329 293 327 351 290 340 138 139 385 139 367 418 437 248 333 308 283 275 13) 466 329 139 348 378 291 139 225 348 345 34 377 20; 139 328 207 317 139 289 303 268 351 289 333 293 270 207 270 70 290 451 346 130 276 . ' " . ' 333 130 145 38 129 81 222 340 139 281 302 oj 310 139 481 225 SSI 13 ' 397 277 281 323 310 274 403 514 It ' s BOOKCRAFT for Covers and Bindings on the 1948 BADGER BOOKCRAFT, INC. 1570 South First Street Milwaukee 4, Wisconsin 515 Johuaon, Robert 61 J. .1,11 Robert G. 207 J. ihnaon, Robert II. 61 Johnson, Rob, rt K 94, 135 J., I n. Robert II. 807 bonus 2H8 I .,,,!-..,,. liailll.. 16] . 1 12 Johnaon, w iliac, 323 n, Ward 281 John.on, u „ « ,li,,„, i . John William J. r.i ,,., w ,n, .ii„ k. i . ' J.-ln, ' , ,n. W ilium R. 128. 454 Johnetoi J.thn-t , In J„l i. J, .Ini J. ,l.i..i. ,ii. Warren Jokinen, Melvin J, ,li(l.in. J, ..in Jolivette, Arthur 139 Jolivette, 11„ li.it.l 131 Jollille. Muriel J., IK. I 11(1 ,,■ J -. VII.- rt 20! |.,„... Udrej I ' ■ . i " 8. l " i 11. |i 218. 291 lone., Donald - ' ' I lone., II. 148 ll.ii, ,1,1 -: i Helen T " . II " ' . " I J, .n... Jamei 342 III,:. - 1 . 278 In, -. I.iii, II. 205. 36(1 J. .it... J. .an 356 142 lonea, John 329 l..l,„ li 30 lonea, John E. 60 K.-.tli 110, 280 I Kermil 122 ) inea, 1 „ 1 I " . 2H , Merle 207 lonea, it 80 J..,,,-.. Paul »« J..ii. .. Paul i.. no June-. K. . 329 lonea, Richard II. 281 Richard I. 214 Robert II. 207 J. ...... Robert J. 110, 431 M. 279 I - Until 310 J.. n... Hull, II. 303 I Sti -I,,,. ' 429 J..„... Thomai H2 164, 165, 483 Jonea, Thoi 11. 12 " lone, rhomaj I .... 140 Join.. Thomas, Jr. 249, 259, 291, 117, 427 u, Sr. JIT. 218, 249 I • I I, niii.i- M. . 291 lonea, Trevor 381 William 271, 405, 406 Jordan. Mrs. Ant, in 366 I-, -i.iii ' I1..1I1 - „ 287 Marie 442 Ionian, Sail) 175, 452 I .,- 356 Jorgeosi I . . 140 I,. Il.iti „ 80 Jorgenaon I.,,,,.- :» 294 I- ' : lorgenaon, Robert 211 I ■ — i - 1 1 Nadine 140, 356 loaepl Km 110. 310. 416 J i-li-.. n, Mai ■• li , .. 308 J.,. t. Donald 16, 330 J. i . Harold 119 J., i Ma 70, I in 167 J. .in... Robert III). 330 I li ..!,.,, 109 192 juii-ni! ii.iinii mi Juhr.-. Ruaai II loan 310 Junemann, Paul 330 Donna 175 i .ini ji ;. 294, 319 Junker, Elmei 110. 321 Juran.k Mel ... 323 Jurgens. Clifford 40 Jul!, Jerome 40. 428 Justus, Joan ... 140 K K.ai.. Joan 140 Koattudr, Robert 17. 110. 318. 325 William ,. i,l ,2-, K i, I.. ,,i 1411 K.i. zkowekJ, Henn I ln in, i I.,., 1. 1 ' . ' . 61. It " Kadln Jul,. 00 171 Kadwil, Marahall t 397 k ten l,. i Earle 321 si John 124 Kaeatner, John 283 Ulan I2H kalian. Cerald lu II 149 kahn, I 286 , 140 175, in, in, Kailai ' . 249 Mre, Stella 371 i laei I lid 272 I I. ..inn. ,: f 373 Kaiaer. The,, 303, 351 Kallaa, I..n, . 328 Kalnea, Mm 1 In mi, in Kalvelage, Mar) 308. 353 Kalvonjian, Hachik 12 k.i.,,., I JIH Kamerling G 141, . " ' 1 K.i M ui 377, 381 K i, Roland 384 K ilnln.u . J.n k J 7 " Kammei I, .1,,, 25, 247 Kampel, II. 382 Kampel, Carol 372 K atnratfa Joyi , ' 370 Kanable, lean 346, ill K.ui.il-1, Marion 111 Kanaineishi, Betty 70. 71. 111. 315 Kanan I. Ii.,„k 252. 293 Kanareh Gei 111. 252, 293, 11 " ill Kane, John 331 Kan, Paul 111. .121 Kanegawa, Kn i 111 k. ike, I ,le 281. 328 Kanltz, Douglaa 295 Kannenherg, Katharine 301 k.i null. , 21 " , Kant Waltei 111. 275. 316 Kanter, Evelyn 353 Kanvik, II lorn 111 Kao, Haing „ 207 Kapell, Mi, tl,.- 111. U5. tin Kapitz, F. 351 Kaplan, Al 267 Kaplan, Eunice . 352 Kaplan, Milton 267 Kaplan, Roaalie I II. 364 Kaplan, William 127 129 Kaprelian, Seraph 111. 329 Karaack, Frank 111 Karau, Laurel :it. 36. 388, 421 K ,,. h Helen 381 Kerch, James 240, 381 K. nl. -in. J. .Ini .... 387 K.nl Karl 121 Karp, Ralph ... 428 k.n Judith 111 Karrys, . 346 K.ni .. Daniel ... 293 K.n li.. I vangeline 1 11, 303 Karahmer, Juan 141. 356 Karataedt, Irginia 78,141 k.i-.ik. . 346 Kasberg, M in 328 Kaaper, John 253 Kasaa J. . 316 Kast, - .ii.il. 77. 374, 367. lit, k..-i Shirley .209, 300, 396. 412 Kaetello, Thomas 64 Kaaten, Emy 306 k .i.iiiii. Emil 58. 62, 403 Kaswell, loan 141. 363 Kateekes, Samuel 328 Km Eugene .... 293 k.,, l-i.ll. inn k.n . Francine 111, 373 k.il Maun,.- Ill k.n . Robert 207 k.n , Russell .. 207 Katzer, Melvin .. 60 Kaun mi. I.I!,,, in Kaufman, il-„-J. ian 112. 363 Kaufman, C. ... 151 Kaufman, Robert 111. 270 k.iiifin.iiin. Prederii k 271 Kaumheimer, James ... 319 Kaualer, Marvin 381 k.iui . Herman 37, 142 Kaulza, nlnn 38, 268 Kawahara, 1 rederii k , 341 Kaye J. 2:. " Kayaer, Dorothy 70, 71. 82. 112. 208. 310 Kayaer, ll.-l.-n 22 Keating, E. 212 k 11.. Edward 253, 266 Keating, Niirma 34. 314 k.i, I.. kin,. Rnbert 207 Keck. John 283 Krrbaugh. Beverly 347, 430 Krrhn. Robert ... 142 Keeler. Robert 57. 142 Keeler, Robert 54, 57, 62 Kelch. Man Ann ... 358 k..„ Robert 38. 40. 142 Keidan Ethelyn 142 k.,1 k 32- ' Kail w ,H.i 328 KelnhoU, Hull. i k, ,-,.. I „. He 299, 353 Kel. arlea 342 k.ll.r Jul,,. . ' In Keller, Rlcl I . ' " Kelley, I. 230, 121 i ii. lames 112 Kelle) loan 112 k.n. i i.,i,„ nl. 1 1.- k. Hey, I n 112 Kelley, Pennell 288 Kellog, Kalherlni 302 i . Ho | , Kathl i i Kellogg, Patrick in i . Ho i Paul Kelly, lean 356 k.ll, loan HI I ' .l Kelly. Joseph k. IK 11,. I.. ,i I .;. 38. 39 Kelly, Kul.erl 112 K. ' lm. Arlliui 38. 142 k.i-... Prof. 1.. I. kemin.-i. Mir.i 375 Kemp, I ' .. .r.i. in 1 12 k. i,,|. . Virginia " Kempa, Caroline I I Kennard Sally 302 Kendall. Polly .. 305 Kennedy, John C. I I Kennedy, Joeeph 284 Kennedy, R. 256. 257 k.n li Kn liar. I 271 Kenne) . Jan.- . 308 K.nl. Alan 112 kiln ..li. I Jt.itl.- 2 I I k. n . 1. Pat 307 Kernel, Patricia 353 Kerby, M. .. 346 Ken klu. II. Arthur 290 k,-,ki Mar) 7- ' 112 k.i iiu-l, Raphael 1 12 k.ni.li. Miriam 205, 146 k.ru... Claire ... 369 Kerne, II 346 k.-,, Eleanor . 315. 386 Kerr, J.-uiine 35, 112. 302 Kerr, Raymond 21 1 Kershaw, Richard 332 k.-i-i. Mr.. Lillian 345 K i- 1 -i.-ii. Bernice 315 Kcrsten, Donna 91, 94, 304, 348 ki-r.l.n. J. 31 " k. i.i. n. Patricia 301. 318 Kerth, Jean 308 Keskey, Patricia 305. 353 Kesaelman, Muriel 371 k in, li. M.ulli.i 81. 113 ki-.-li-r. Frieda 371 Kessler. Shirley .171 Kettelhon, Phyllis 299 Ki-ner. John 271 KidJ. Charles 143 Kieckhafer, Allan 288 Kiekhaefer, Fred 207 Kielish, Carl 318. 333 Kienhoiz, Ruth 430 Kiea. William 26 Kiealing, B. . 319 Kilb. Donald ... 279 Kilby. Jane 113. 301 Kilev. Leon ... 113. 427 Kiltun. H. . 255 Kimball. Doris 366 Kimball. M. J. 1 17 Kimball, William 38 Kimmel. Ill, una.- 373 Kimniel. Marylynn 77, llll Kinderman. Margaret 81 King. Clarence 143, 322 King. Cumin. ..Inn- .... 225 King, Harol.l 216, 321 King. Jessie 353 King, LCDR I). I.. G. 222 King, M 348 King. Rila 308 King. T .... 292 kint. William 225. 240 King.burv. Dolores ... 303 Kink.-I. Carul .. 78 Kiniiear. Herbert 288 Kinzer, Edwar.l ... 323 k n .-t. Tin. ma. 207, 330 Kinzler, Jean 1 1 14, 143, 367 Kirby. M. 313 Kirch. -r. Marianne 78, 353 Kirchhoff, Mice 40 Kiri-linian. Shirley ,. 375 ku. liner, Marian ,.., 454 k.r.lu.ll. A. Iln Kirchoff, Peter 207 Kirk. Elizabeth 302, l " i kirk. R. S. ... 60 kiikinii, LeVeme .17. :iK. 143 Kirkpatrli k Donald 1 1 1, 127 12 " Kirkpatrick, John 289 Kiriu-r. 1. uir.l 330 Kissel, Jane 361 Kissinger. William 57. 1-13. 349 Kittel, T. .. ... 239 Kitz, Robert 283 Kitz, William . . 283 Kiyer. Kenneth ... 332 Kivlahan. M. . 280 kiilin. Dean Vincent E. 32 knlin. Simla , 308 rh. Belli . 370 271 II 353 K labour Klami. Hi, nl k I..--, Rogei kl.iu.. Dorothy kl.iu.n.i. Hail, .... . 711. Ill 361. 397 kl, . rka l , .,.,.... I J. in Klein, Donald 113. 158 Klein, Pat :u.6 Klein, Paul i i I 289, 992 I Klein k I. ml,, rg, ,1 lanne Kleiner, linnalil k I.i ii I, ,, in in.-r . I .in, Inn kli-inliaii.. Robert Kleinsi 1. 1. n.li. J. .In. kl.-i.l. It II k 1. ,,,,,,, M kl.iniuir. Jack kl.innu , Paill I 2111 217. 2111 :i2i iii 141 Kleppe, J. 351 Kleuein, William 281 Kleven, itlun . 402 Klewin, Edward 323 kli.-ii. I ilu 366 Klindt, J. .In, .. 387 Kline, I n i- 1 U Klin.-. C.-urg.- Kliner, Paul . 320 Kling, J. ... 280 Klingbeil I I lu, 113 Klingelbofer, Karl 113, 268. 340 Klingenberg, John 207 K linger, A. 255 k hum r Richard 320 klil-iii-i, Stuart 139, 11 " kin. hn, 11,-rnar.l 64 Kloepper, Louiae 442 Kb,,., Charlotte 308, 353 Kloomok, Martin Klopf, i. ni. I, hi Klopp, Howard Hi kl... Jerome 149 k I i In -ni 2H ' » Kl.it . I rederii k 113, 331 Klots, Patrii i,, 111 i ' .l Klotzhuacher, Eldei 119 Kluber, Harrj 143, 431 Kluberton, Raymond 207.289 Kluberton, I l,..r,,.,- 290 Klug, Paslor Eugene 379 Klunnk. Walt.r 111 119 klu-in, i.r, ll.-tlv 14, III, 1 11 Knaack, Herbert 207 Knapp, Jean .11. 36. 353 Knapp, Lorraine 111 nil. 446 Knapp, I ' alruia 111. 301 Knault. Don . 230, 237 Knauae, Anita 347 kit.-.-. Norma 78 k netzger, Juan 1 14, 368 Knight, M. Berwyn 57, 111 knight. Stan ' ' Knight, Ierr.nu .- 332 Kiiok.-. Marlin 353 Knop, . 291 Knop, K. 2 " l Knopf, R. 2 " 2 k, ,,,,-, n. Ivan 111 Knower, Beverly 378 Knowlea, Dona 302 Knowlea, Juhn 215 Knowlea, Sheila 70, 141 knuv. Mary 302 kiunl.t n. Call 293 Knueppel, Margaret 111. 315, 451 km, 1,., ,n. Patricia 111. 313 Knuth, Janei 299, 353 Kuch, Eugene 144 Koch, George 265 Koch. Gretchen 81 Koch, Mary Lou 305 Koch, Melvin it. Koch, Ri.-har.l 141. 207 Koch, Wayne 12« Koch, William Ill Kock, G. . 350 ko.hl.r. Delia 111 k.i.-l.l.-r, Franklin 381 Kuebler, Robert 72. Ill Koehlcr, « arr.-n 111 Knebn. Donald 207, 328 ko.-liu. Fred 273 k,,.-l Elizabeth 901 Koelzer, Elizabeth ... 353 Koenig, Irene 111 Koenig, Jane 121 Koenig, William 111 ko.-nii i-i, George . 320 Koepp, li.,,,,,. ill Koepaell, K. Kohl, John 271, m Kohlemberg, D. . 350 kolilei. Herbert 2 " kolil.-r. Kathryn 1 1 i 168 kolil.-i, Richard k. ,1,1.,. Robert 27- ' kolili. Priecills nil. I ' ll knlin. Saunders 207. 293, 321 Kubriuan. Kenee 145. 365 Kolanda, Avis 78, 353, 448 Kolasinski, Raymond 145 Kolb. Matiel 36. 40 Kolb. Quit, 40. 268 Kole. Richard . 203 Kolctzke, Ma« 330 Kolf, Richard 32] Koike] Regius 115. 3ft Koll.nh. i:l.arle. 145 122 koll,-,. 1 . kollu, II. in mi. I 15, 305 Kolatad, Robert 145 k,, mi-, ,1. II- in. ii. I 1 1 , Komiaar, Norman 923 k I..,. ii. . " , K.uiilrilr. i. s.un.i 1 I k, am, i. k. Nam i 11 I Konrad, Robert 130 Kopald Sonya :»7l k,,||. Kenneth Koppana, 1 en 918, 124, 17 " Koppel I- ini Koppensal vt llliam I ; ' Korbltz, Willi... n ,., ni It koniilii, lain.- 127 Kiiuiil.i, ,l. , t w olfgang 516 CONTRIBUTING TO FOR OVER A CENTURY Behind THE scenes of your daily good living, at work in every major U.S. industry, are over 1600 kinds of Allis- Chalmers products. Remember the name " Allis-Chalmers " when you think of — . . . power generation equipment. Huge hydraulic and steam turbines with their generators and controls developing end- less electric power for millions ! . . . electrical distribution and utilization equipment. Myriad transformers, switchgear, regulators, and motors that bring electricity to machines in your factory, lights in your home ! . . . mechanical and processing equipment. Pumps, V-belt drives, crushing, cement, mining, food, pulp, chemical, steelmaking- — equipment for every U.S. industry ! . . . tractors and implements. The famous orange-colored industrial and agricultural lines that mean " better living, better farming " for America and the world ! Through these diverse yet basic fields Allis-Chalmers serves industry, and through industry, every American. Allis-Chalmers, Milwaukee 1, Wis. A 2412 ALLIS-CHALMERS One of the Big 3 in Electric Power Equipment — Biggest of All in Range of Industrial Products -I. I I K.N-!. i . ::. i is, 38i korlrbein. Janrl Koitlt, Howard 1 15 346 iki, Lea 145 134 Koekell, Ivy 205 Koti ■ Kotrodimoa, P. 245 Kouti 3in ki.wrlrl. K ' -lUl. ill ka, Barbara 310 K " n ki, Vi 91, 1 r Kozuezek, S. 245 Kraft. Hop. Kraft. P. 348 Kt-.fi. Patrii ... 1 1 " . Kraft. Phyllis N i, 108 Kraft, R. 292 kialiii, Dcnnii -71 Krainik, i Kramer, Bernard 207 ■ 145 :J1 Kramer, Frederii k 289 28, 441 Kramei 259 Kramer, Robert 40 Ki.in.lnli. Bruce 2r» ' K rampt Eloiac Kranik, J. Krapt, Jai quelinc 1 1 i Kraano, Betlj 569 K i aeno, t ugeoc Klixil.i ■ 1 i Kraano, Rita 145 Kraut Bert 277 krau«. Kath ' vn 1 15, 303 K i .in ' ' . All 1 1. 342 , M.inh ii I [jam 327 Kraiua, R. I -I Krauaa, Rb bard .. 58 Krauss. Robert 1 1 ' ' Kravit, J.. . . 1 16. 365 Knwczak, Ceraldine 146, 303 Kraynik, Fontaine wh ICrebe, I- ' - " 1 MS Norman ... 333 ■ K. 348 Ifuih I ! ' • 1 . .ii. 33 J nan, Robert . .i 189, US Krekel, Howard 1 16 K remer, V . A. t u Kramers, John 207 ii, Bevei I) 1 16) 13 1 Krea J., i k, Carol) 70 i Jane 146, 208, 313, 112, 111 Kreahei k, C. 348 Kr, u lames 287, 348 I). 348 K n --.in. Gustai 146 Kreaain, Lorraine 146, 352 Kreaain, K. . 321 Kretobe, Shirley 36. 303 49 11 ■ Ki- nl, Eugem 269 Kreul Keilb 216 101 Kreul, Mary 1 1 ' . Kreuizman, Fobn . 332 Kriedeman, Robert 269 Krleg, Richard 146 I . (...I doo 12 J Krieger, Louii I2i Krienke, Verle :i 146 Krier, Donald 1 16 119 Krings, Don Elain, I i 218 i.. .., ri 267 KritrJk, Stanley 267 Knw.ni.k, Mai (02 Kriwanek, Ruaael 271 .ii ol 306 Kroenllen, Darrell 142 128 Krogwold, P. 351 K rohn, Bell] 1 16 K robn, Elaine 1 In Kromrey, Cbarlea 94 K. ki Ceo i K ronman, Harriet 146 K. Ferr) Kroachei lai 146 ► ., Arthur 207 I lorolhj 11 ' ' Edwin I Ceoi |c 319 t I I iu ■ UllioD 2] or, N. 13 I I0S krthui ' !| David KruU I SI Ki lach Man ' " ' Krumbauab, Mai hi L K rummetuu her, Huth I I. 131 ! u - Kruae, Rodaric] 117 i ird 61 ii. Kobalo, Barnard 207 Karl I ab R 1 17. 122 Kubota, Jean 364 Kucbera, Gerald 207 Ku. bman Mary 205, 348 Kucirek, i h ■ K m kenbei k. .. Jean Ku, bier, John 1 17 Km ), hi . John 12 Artlmt 1 17, 279 K uebn, Gei u nd 10 Kuebn, Rerman 281 Kuebne, Richard Kuebnel, inne 1 17. tin Kuebneman, Gene 1 17. 290 Km Hi. ,rn, Robert 117 Kueael, Sbb lej . . 81 K Detbei . Mars, irel 147 Kuettel, u arn a 2 ' . Kueitlo, I bonus ... 259 k,, bard 207 Kugel, Cbui k 120 Knhii. H. l _ ' l Kubna, tt llliam 318, 323 Kulawinaki, Carl Kiilliit.ni. Hi. hard 290 Kummerow, Kathleen 1 1: Kunde, Clifton . 324 Kunde, Donald ;j i Kunea, Janu - i ., 62 1 1; Kunesh, B. Kunkel, Jane) 78. 1 17 Kim . Ear] (20 Kupaick Rita . " i Knreiah, H. i .,, Kurkamp, William 1 17. 289 Kurman, Joyce Kuril. Dorothy 1 17 Kurowakt, Kenneth I 17. .:_ ' i Kurtz, Herbert n; KurtxweJI, Robert 333 Kuechel, Leonard 38. 330 Kueaerow, Beverly ;i: Kuaaerow . R, .... 251 Kussow, Oniai J47 Kuater, J. 324 Kutcbera, Rev. Alvin 386 Kutil, C. .... 346 Kuttser, Kaljdt m, 427 Kit ah.ita. Emi 364 K nrapil, Pauline . ; i., Ky i.i, Michael „ 55 K ler, Mm ill.. 325 KytKihton, Marion 1 17 ;; |£ Kyaer, Thomas 1 17 L La Halm. (;. 224, 252 Labat, Al 147 La Bosde, Shirle) 1 17 Labus, Roaella 1 17, 347, 43] Lacey, M. ,;i:(. 429 Lacey, T. Ladiab, John .. .. ... 148 I adish, Lois .... 143 Ladky, Suzanne l m, ;ui Lad row, D 321 La Duke, Nancy ;sut La Duke, Patty .... 304 I-.. FoUette, Robert 207, 132 Lahey, A. .... 346 Lake, Mary Ellen 34, w Lakritz, Samuel 148. 32 Lallior, J. .... 351 1 amb, Charles 288 Lambert, Don 1 18 271 Lambert, 07. 249 I. ..mi, Bette ... 305 l amont, Ri bard 201 19 Lamont, Villard .... 148 Lamoreaux, Edison .... 61 1 amx, Margarel I in, 299 1 import, Barbara u. MQ 1 ii,. 1 1,. 1 . Rodney 61 1 him . Beverly .. .... 148 Landin, Dolorei 301, 347 Laodtn, Dorothy 77 Landkamer, James 2117. 269, 454 Landman, Louis 148 Landry, Robert 74, 318, 330 1 ane, Nancj ,11 1 bui Roberl ... 293 Lang, Conatam ■ 298, 302 1 ang, Georgi . 215 Lang, Raymond 63, 27-i Lang, William 284 1 inge, Donald .. 93 -. 46 1 1 Paul 148 1 . k j24 Lange, Sylvin ,i.. ( ,i, 272 ; ■ " ■ obi 1 t rthui 61, 1 18 ' ■ 1 - 11 1 30 ' ' 1 .63 Lanpfai ii Patrlci 1 B 104 Lanpht ai C corgi 229 1 ,11 Bill 1 267 1 i M 852 P lue, Mei llyn 1 ipldui Hilton 1 1 1 Howie . 28(» Laplnakl I 1 , 205 I Earl 1 applej Donna id 1 1 ■ 1 Norberl L ' n7 1 1 R01 qui Betlj 148 14 1 ■ Roai . D Id Mi. ill .T!(| 1 ■ ;■ ' . 1 in i ii ll ' i ' ■J 70, 71, 149 .16.1 :,k. V) 361 ll 58 278 370 270 : :. h. 2 149, III. ;ui Laraed I 207. 330 Laraen, Frank 378 Laraen, Mra. Frank 378 15, 30. 82. 148 Robl rt .... 218 I araeo, W iillam 62, 148 Laraen. arr.n 276 Laraon, Barbara 118, .(13. 413 Larson. Urn 320, 433 Larson. C. 1 Calvin, 148 1 it-, hi. (hi. 148 I n. Clifford 127, 147 1 ir-..ii, I . .nun. 304 Evu ' ii 32 ' ' Laraon, Gerald . 428 Laraon, Prof. i . L. .„ 59 Larson, Guy 211, 294 Larson, J. ... 255 Larson. Jam, - 212, 21 ' I arson, [oho 269, 324 Laraon, Lois 29 1 104, 12 i Laraon, L) I.- I.ii ion, M. 1 ion, Mai ' .hi l .n ion, M.n ) Laraon, M) ron Laraon, It. %udene l .M son . arren Laraon, William Lash, Ji ' lin I .i--.-i ion, loi raine Laatreto, Rene Lathrop, Richard La 1 our, Ji in 1 at in, Shivia .. I. .in. Betty , 347 Laubenheimer, Roger I i ' 1 2] i I anli. n. In. i. Donald I I 1 ' . 326 Laudert, R. 313 l-.lll.li.il, Ilrniii- 281 Laue, Helen 347, 419 1 .iii-i I rordon .. .. 327 Lauridaen, Lois . 305 Lause, Ronald 1 19, " J Lauaon, J.. an 149, 346 Lautenba.lt. Wall 253 Laux. Helen 353 La Valley, I ed 1 19 Lavenson, 1- rancee 363 Lavin, Mary 149 I -a in, Tees 308 Lavrin, John 324 Law, ii-iim.i 79. 424 Lawent, Mike 32n Lawler, Keiih 207 Lawrence, James A. 288, 40t Lawrence, James . 253. 272. 469, 471 Lawrence, Richard 207, 329 Lawry, Raymond ...214, 294 Lawson, ;. ..... 354 Lawson, Lois 1 19, 301 Lawson, John 40 Lawson, William .... 259, 270 Lay, K ' -n 72 Lazarus, Audree ; ' .U. 371 Leaf, Joan 309 Leabej , Ann ,. 424 Leahy, Thomas „ 218 Leake, Chauni ey ,. 287 Lean, Frieda 345 Learned, C. . .. 318 I .- H..I.. i, Charles 279 Lebhy. Barbara 149, 134, 112 1.. Blang, Milton 16, 149, loo Ledger, Ruth 1 l ' i. 388 Ledwith, Robert 279 Lee, Ann 149 Lee, Don I I " Lee, Evelyn 93 346 I ■■ . ;. 245 Lee, Gary 149 Lee, George 149 Lee, Pali Ecia 1 19 l ee, Patrick 60 I l ' i, 295 Le.-, Robert 1 , 150 Lee, r. 292 Lee, I homas :.7. [50 Lee, Thordis 150 i i - dom, I rank 283 Leeg, Betlj i ee i, .u ... 150 1 eeaei . Paul .. . 129 Lefetad, K. . 458 Legault, John . 150 L.hf.lili. Robi n 323 Lehman, Roberl 71 Lehner, Claude 150 Le Hoven, Edward 150 I .eibmann, John . 333 1 9i brand, li-. P. I . 108 Lelcht, l ■ rj 322 Lelcbtle, Gerald 21 1 Lefder, Ann. 1.1 . 20: I eidl I man, II, m Lelght, Mali;.- 10 I I ... 1 ■ Bei " ii 1 ! Augual 1 . „,i, 1 ., I Broke, Douglas Lernko, Robert 1 ei hli 1 Id. bard I . ' t.alian. Ji.hn I • in hi k. Man I . I ,1,1, 1 1 ndvi d, Pairli la 429 1 63 ISO .1 207 120 ji. -I.. ...... 104, 117 Lenta, 1 . m 287 Lena, 1 awrem • 320 Lena, Prof. II. 51 I • onard, Jean 205 1 Ml I eong, Allan 150. 214 Lepak, Dolores 359 Lepp, Burton 207, 1 12 I 1 1 146 1 ' Bonnie 57 I 1 1 chi r Huth 150 thl, M.n v 77, 383 Lerner, Eugene 1 ■ Lerner, George 207 LoRoy, Richard 333 Leagold, Rubin (.2. ISO 1 Hanre) ISO Leslie, Donald 207 Leaser, Barbara ... 371 1 eutgoeb, John 1 1 1 Nam 1 .. 356 Love, Floyd .... 253 Levenlck, C. Leveniek, Knowlton 15u Levenii k. 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Richard IS2, .123 Lord, Robert 93, ' U. 152 Lorence, Kn in _ 327 I 1. mi. in, Milton 267 Lose, Richard 207 Lotwln, Sblvll 361. 377, 382 Lotx, Virginia 152, 347 I len, lwyn 377, 38) Lough, J..I111 152 Loughin, E, lit Louglllin. John 318. 323 Lovell. Jamei 1211 I. null. Walter 152, 290 Lovett. Hillai.! 330 Lowe. Ch ' arlee 253, . ' 72 Lowe, Janice 152. 346, .178 Lowell, John 10, 153 Low, in. Chick 259 Lowcn. George 271 Lower, Rev. Cecil , 381 Lowinan. Pal . 34 Lubar. A. ... 321 Lubbers. Eileen .... 307 Lubber.. al 153 Lubbers. William 153 Luberg, Leroj in. 11 ' ) Lubinaki, Marvin 281 Lttblxtakj, Vernon 153, 284 Lubotsky. Barbara 369 Lucia, Marilyn 153, 119, 424 Lucaa. Thorn,,, .219, 288 1 ' .. • I . John I S3 Lucht. Hellnillh ... 153 Luck. David 207 I. II. J. 132 Martha 81. 308 I u M. 11. Itnlh ... 308 Ludolph, Shlrle) 176 Lni bbi 0, Frank .... 328 1 11. bke, Jerome .. I 64 1 ■ I I.,,, jh; Lnedi ra, I rank 153 Luedera, I redi [ k 218 1 uodki . Ml.. 11 1 11. ill. 1. mi 299 I n. In mi- 1 Luhin.ui GeOTgl 20 309 Luknaue Inn 15.1 1, inn. ' I. 11. I ' livlli. lo Lund, David 1 183 Lutr. Jack _ 275 lot . Robe, I 271 Lutae, Frederii k . 310 I in . . Helen 1 ■ 1 utaow, M. in. Lyga, Patricia 153, 305 II. 32H 1 I loaeph 216 Lynch, Richard 207 1 Mill, . 350 I ,11.1. Robet 1 61 Lyon. A. 352 Im. n. Philip 320. 428 Lyons. Ellen 153 1 yone, George 322 Mac Mi. lliin.ilil, II.1111. -I ' 63, 153, 223, 290 Mai I I.I. Dewej ... 54 Mai 1 imiihIiI. Greta ... 367 Mai aid, 1 153 M.i. Donald, Stewart IS4, 288 Mai Dowell, Gordon 32 ' i. 415 Mai I. ,1 laud. Clifford .... 128 Maclntyre, K. 346 Maclnt) re. I. e.li.- 345 MaeKenaie, Ronald 207 MacKenaie, William 154 MacMahon, Melli.i .,_ 360 Mi Me vlaiii,, Patricia ... 156 Mi Ueavy, J. C 225 McBratney, Greer 289 McBratney, John 207 McBrien, Barbara 156 M.l ..I..-. Charlotte _ 307 M.Gabe. Kathleen 150, 307, 429 McCain, Robert 156 M.l ill. C. 321 M. 1. .inn. Kuve _ 375 McCann, Mrs. Eleanor „ 375 McCanae, Mrs. Ralph 416 McCarthy. Clifford 156 McCarthy, Gerald ... 207 McCarthy, Jo Ann 156. 301 M.C. Han. I, LeRoy 93 M. Cloud, George 322 McClung, JuAiin _ 311 Mi-Comb. John 71. 318, 320 Mi I I... I... k 156 McConnell, Rita 205. 353 McCool, Ralph _ 323 McCord, Mary Lou 306 McCormick 240 McCormick, Cerald 281, 284 McCormick, Lillie _ 81 McCormick, Norbert 156 McCormick, Patricia 156 McCourt, James .270 McCoy, Fran 377 McCoy, J _ 62 McCrary. R. .... 351 M.l reery, H. H _ 225 McCrory, Marilyn 309. 412. 414. 454 M. Cullough, Mr.. J. C 279 McCjltchins, Robert 156 M.l I.I. Daniel ... 64 M. Donald, Dewey 156 McDonald, Mary 157 Mi Kirov, Margie 157. 270, 309. 442 McElwee, Rnlland „ 42 McFarland, Andrew 284 M.liary. Kicth 364 M.i.ity. Viola _ 364 M. ' fielland, Leroy 320 M.i.mnis, Albert 157 McGinnia, J _ 250 M.Giiiins, Jacqueline 79, 305, 434 I. II, Irs 72, 350, 400, 401 David 281 Cerrold 290 »• !• " - -.- 345 James 157 Hichard in D. ... ....... 441 330 157 Lund, Glenn 428 James Ji.i, 1. 1. . 1 . 1 ■ 1 HI .!■ 1 .1 V III 18 1 fundi . 153 Lunenai hloea, John 153 288 112 1 .. 371 1 ..-Hi. I.I. Belt] 300, 356. 421 Lulakc 1. 1 .: Luts, Cllfl US, . ' 7 1 Luis, Irank 207 Mi liiiini. M.l. ..nil. McGrath, Milium-. Mil. Hire. McGuire, McHngh, McHugh, John 1. Until. Roger McHugh, Thomas 157, 279, 393 M. I111...I1. Katharine 157, 306 M Intyre, Don ... 326 M. Inn re, 1 -, .. 326 Mcjoynt, J. ... 350 M. loynt, I. .in 157. 322 Mi K I,, Gerald ... 207 McKay, Gordon .... 275 M. Kee, Ally Mae 380 M. Kee, Betty 299, 353 M- Kee, Donna 805 Mi Kenna, J. M. 62, 157 McJCeon, Richard M. Kerrow, 1 33. 30. 157, . ' ,.11 M. Kerrow, Helen 353. 305 Mi I 11. hie 1 70. 299 Mi 1 - ...I Nanette M. I sod, Robert M.l I. It. II. 215 M. M .),.,,, I ,,1 _ 74 ' .I ' M.l II. 111, 58, 62 Ml M1I1..11. It. M. Miller, Harold 1 I M- Murray, Ml,,. 290 Mi Hurra) . srnon 381 HoNahl Richard .... 40 McNeil. Lester 207 Ml Nail, hi, hard 39. 268 McNally, Margaret 81 Mi Vim. 11.1. David 216 Mi Namara, Lot raine . 301 M Neel, ft. 217. 200 Mi Neil, E. 352 Mi Neil, M. 351, 157 Ml Neil, Marguerite 205. 353 Mi Pberaon, Alice 157 Mi II.,.-. ft ilm.i 308 McVey, David 271 M, ft illi.im.. Mill .. 311 M M.1.1, k, Marilyn 153. 301 M.l.,. Robert 342 M 1. h.-ll, Katherine 308. 348 Mat k. Daniel ... 427 Mack, Marilyn .... 305 Mai key, irginia .. ' . 3oo Mackenzie, William 20.1 M.i. krie, Gloria 154 162 Hackrud, Donald 123 M.i. pheraon, Mariahn 305 Macphera Maryann 151 Madden. Charles 327 Madden, Miae Elizabeth ... 23 Madden, Merger) 309, 353 Madden, Maurice 332 Mailer. J 1 154, 370 Ma.l.r. Robert 243 Madea, ft .men 47 Madigan, James 60 Madieen, Neal 207, 290, 332. 458 Madaen, Wendlyn . 307, 353 Maegli, J 349 Maggoa, Alice 154 Magnin, Ann 40, 359 Magnuaon, Norman 287. 332 Magnuaaon, Helen 151 Magyar, indrev, 37. 38, 154 Ml 1I1. in, Caroline 154. 313, 394. 395 M.ili.n. Frank 207 Maher, Robert ..... 151 M.ih.-r. ft ill,. in, 330 Mahler, Janet 151. 312. 361 M.iii-i. Clifford 326 Maier, Jul 207, 332 Maitland, Rev. David 377, 381 Malak, Guirguis 81 Malcolmson, Mai 420 Malenick, John 151 Malenkr, Joan _ 42 M.iliniski, Clarence 154. 284 Malkow. Lieut. Derryl 212 Malkowski, Chester 93 M.1I..11. K . 2lf. Malone, Grace 321, 375 Malone. Richard 325 Mancheski, Alvin 229, 2111 Mancheski, Fredrick . 154, 288 Mancosky, G 240 Mancuso, R...e 91, 02. 94, 31 1 Mandel, Robert 46. 296. 320. 393, 395 Mandelert, Joseph . 200 Mandelker, Jack loo Mandelker, Joseph 296 Mandelker, Leah 300, 356 Manders, Francis 328 Mandeville, ft. Donald .. .. 288 Mandt. Marjorie 154. 208. 299, 1 1 I Mane) . Madeline 353 Maney, Madelyn 315 M.inkn.kv, natole 323 Mann, 280 Mann. Dolores 154 Mann, Eric 288. 393 Mann, John 58, 62 Mann, M. 437 Mann, Marjorie 78, 299 Mann. Maurice 224, 270 Manning. D. .... 292 Manning. Michael 310 Manning, Sail, 308 Manaer, Clarence 60 Mansfield. Coach Art 229, 240. 253 M nuk. . C. - 429 Manake, Robert 207, 127 Manaon, Jack 279 Mam. ul, I. 1:. .1.. M.mihi-y. Shirley ;:■. Manser, Shirle) 154, 3110 Mapes, Warren 17. 154 Mappa, Carl 319 M.,1.1, howaky, Jeanette 356 Man 11. H.ih.-ii 200 M.i. Iimi.i. I., I . .... 346 Marchowaky, Shirley, 371 m Ilei ft 1.1 M 1 1..-. Donald 127. 4. " i MireoulUer, ft illiam 2..J. 320 Marcus, talis ...70. 155. 369 I Man .... I.. 120 Mareah, 1.. 1 Mareah, Leelei 207 Margolea, C. ISO m 1. mi. Tony Mai It, K.i, on. 11. 1 211 Milker. Alan Markham, lanel 155 M.n kli.nn. Mary 77. 200. 11;. II 1 .1 Marklsen, Hi II i- ' i M, 11 kn. -el mour 155. 282 Markowitz, Robert _ 296 Msrknwski, Richard J7t Markowaky, Kobi-n ;tji M.nk-, Lloyd 200 Markward. George 155 Markwardt, Ralph 214 Marquardt, Jerome . . 331 Marcjuart, K.. I, .11. 1 152 Marr, M.n, Jane ._ 442 Marsh. Claudia 15S, .107, 353 Mar.h. Donald .388 Marsh, Harriet 378 Marsh luni ,170. -121 Marsh, Kathleen 357 Mar.h. Larry 225. 27o Marah, Rosemar) 80, 81, 155. 349, 350 Marsh, 1 nomas Marahall, Nanc) 205. 306. Mai, hall. Robert . ' " :,. Marshall. Stephen Ma. -hall. William 38. M.111.II. I aid Martb, Elmer 38 M.nili Robert 215, Martin, C. G. .. Martin, Haw. I 58, 02, 155. Martin, Elisabeth 70. Martin, Coach G. Martin, Howard .u,,, Martin, J. din 155. 288, Martin. Lois Martin. Lucille Martin, Louiae Martin, Mary 155. Martin, Nancy 155, Martin, Patricia Martin, Robert Martin. Robert 1 . Martin, Robert F. Martin. Robert J. Martin. Russell Martin. Worth) I. .155, Martindale, Bessie Martineau. Martina Martini. Emma Martini. 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Donald 281 Meiaekothen, Ellen .. 150 Mi iaekothen, R. .i!5, 35-1 Meianer, irginia ... 307 r, Arthm 158, 323 Meiaaner, Paul 207 ■ L. :i " Melby, Uton ... 158 Melgard, Margaret 305, 353, 431 Mellblom B _ 289 Mellinger, lanii e 158, 368 Melville, Garth 207 Melohn, Mary Jane -lit i Mai jorie 303 Memmel, Robert 326 Meodeloff, Joyi e 17 I Mendelaobn, Richard 207 Monden, Martha .... 353 Mendum, Catherine 412 Mendnm, Kitty 418 Menhai ' it. Lon aine . .. 158 Menn, Jamea 211, 2o-i I. ' [iii.n. Eleanoi 357 Menning, Natalie 158 Mm . Ronald 332 Mercer, Siddne) (02 10 Men bowaky, Jeauette 300 Meredith, Thmous Mereen, Phyllis ... 148 Merkley, Ronald 158 Merling, Danielle . 158, 312, 374 Meriaalo, Carl 158, 120 ii: Merriam, 1 " . Merriam. P. .... 354 Merrill, John 28» Merrill, Phylli- 158. 353 Merrill, Thomus 158 Mernman, Fayette 212 Merritt, Joanne ; 363 Meraky, Hoy .. 158 Merten, William 341 Men . ( lur.iH . 326 Herta, Ellen .. 158 Meacar, Ruthanne 434 Meafce, Albin 389 At wing, John 328 Meaaner, Patrii is ' ' 1. 94, 301 Meaaniclc, Herbert 267 MrtraH, Jacquelin 158. 303 Metcalf, CDR K. M. 222, 225 Metcalf, im enl 39, 268 Metcalfe, John 158, 271. 329, 482 Meteiver, Mickey 263 Meteiver, Ronald 293 Metz, Gloria 158, 363 M.-Uker, Carl ... 217, 259 MetXner, Frederick 158. 431 Mener, Hill 277 Meuher, Fred O. 158 MuuJr mans. Bei nard 281 Meulemaos, Joseph 323 Meulendykc, A. 437 Meuret, Henry 342 Paul E. 265 Mews, Erica 314 Meyer. Alvin K. 158. 321 Meyer, Arlenc 70, 356 Meyer, Barbara 158, 306. 112 Meyer, Bob 482 Meyer, Donald 283 Meyer, Earl 217 Meyer, Earl 159 Meyer, Edmond ... 328 Meyer, Fred 216 Meyer, J. i Meyer, Jamea 207 Mflyer, Joanne 308 Meyer, John 216, 332 Meyer, Kathleen 309 Meyer, Kail ;•»,, 397 Meyer, Mm tlj D . 307, 418 Meyer, Martin J., Jr. 159, 259 Meyer, Mary Lou 315 M ■ i Melvin 159, 274 Meyer, Richmond 159 Mi v. r, Robi mi Mi ■■ i Robert P. IS9, 281, 293 M pet VI. toi i i9 !64 294, MM 111. 117. 150, 163, 465. 470 Meyer, u. [Hum i 328 -.!■. ' ■ i ; ■ . i . Holder 160 101, n I Meyerhoff, Harvey n IS 105, 408 Mi rtheJi r, Barbara 155, 428 ii irold J. 140 i iman .. 159 Mli nael, Harold 263, 2 ' jii .i M 9, 373 i-il Michael Nanc] I I 106 Ralph Michaels, Pellet JO 199 I .1 tela, Glenn 159 Mli baela, R. 292 Henrj .212 i 207 Michel, T. K. ii. Mlcbeli H Mli balaen, VI I i 19 318, 830 Miohelson, David 55 Mil kelaon, Mr-. I rem .. ... 360 Miekelaon, Loii Mickelaon, S. im 311 ■ ton, Jean __ 311 Mlddleton, John . . Middleton, Dean W illiam .... 83 Middleton, w illiam C. .. 83 Mielke, Joyce . 347 Mielke, Lout 101, M " Ike, 1 -in- ..._ 319 Mieabaaer, Barbara 305 Milculeclcy Harvej 333 Mikulet k , Sidney 132 etz, Muriel 373 Milbrath, R, „ 329 Miler, Mrs „ 370 Miles, Ruth 84. 159, 358 Milhaupt, Roland 328 Millar, Malcolm _ 271 Miller, Albert 273 Miller, Austin 159 Miller, B. 349 Miller, B 354 Miller, BaiLi.ii.! 37] Miller, Charlotte 159 Miller, Clare R. .. 93 Milli r, Connie 304 Miller, Daniel 427 Miller, David 325 Miller, Donald ; ;i Miller, Elaine .... 373 Miller, G 329, 350 Miller, Glenn 72. 159, 390 397, 399 Miller, George 319 Miller, Gerald ... 121 Miller, Gilbert 327 Milh-i, Gordon ...... 159 hll.r, Hampton 280 Miller, Harry 270, 363 Miller, Isaac 363, 381 Miller, Jordie 286 Miller, Joseph 64 Miller, Joyce 71, 82, 159, 208 303, 397 Miller, Karl 88, 427 MUJer, L 34»j Miller, Leo 330 Miller, Loia 347 Miller, Louise 368, 421 Miller, Marian 159, 308 Miller, Marilyn 372 Miller, Mar jorie 307 Miller, Miriam 35. 159, 345 Miller, Morris 329 Miller, Myron 216 Miller, Mrs. 283 Miller, P _ 346 Miller, R 291 Miller, Robert H 160 Miller, Robert J 160 Miller, Robert Joseph 286, 288, 331 Miller, T 429 Miller, Virginia 301, 353 Miller, Wallace 160, 330 Miller, William F 160 Miller, William H 265 Miller, Winifred 160 Millican, Robert 212, 214 Mills, E 242 Mills, Edward 28. 160. 243 259. 279, 417, 483 Mills, Mary 317 Mills, Suzanne 442 Mills, William 207 Mindell, Audrey 369 Miner, Millie 307 Minkoff, Phyllis 375 Minkowski, Chester 160, 325 Minkowski, 1 349 Minning, Robert . 327 Minor, Jerry G 160, 290 Minor, R 291 Minster. Donal.i . 16, 328 Mintz, Francis 160 Mirabella, John 207 Miron, Thomas 340, 402 Misch, Aloizy 207 Misey, John 328 Miakulin, All. .-it 294 Misovy, Sylveatei loo, 434 Mitasik. Charlea 64, in;; Mitchell, James 323 Miti 1m ii. Jamea W. 207 Mitchell, It 250 Mi " bell, Robert (.3. 160, 25 ' l 331, 403 Mil. hell, Ronald i 16 Mitka. Alex ... 207 Mlttelataedt, Uii i L60, 303 Mixaon, Donald 21 1 Miyagawa, Richard ..160 Mlevisa, Bernard 207 Mochrud, Harrj ..... 160 M ' lekriitf. Paul .... 323 1 " ... 240 Moi . . Moon, In 1 -I. . L ' i 1 M01 d Ml 17. 160 Moen. Richard .... 3l r Robert :•! ; I u M.dir. Jami : 160 Mohr, I., m . 347 Mohr, John ir,u. Roben Mohr. Robert 1 . lou Mohr, Stanley 160 Moha, . (.. 1 ,; Mohe, L, .... 431 Mohwinkle, Juoe .... i I] Mollanen, W lima Lti 1 351. 433 Moldenhauer, Rmh 71, 77 Moll, James 294 Moll, Robert 289 Mollwitz, Richard 269, 324 Mollwits, Robert 207 Monahan, Louia 161, 27 1 ' Monk, Haslee .16] Monnig, Pauline 301 Monroe, Jean 301, 351, 428 Monaon, D 292 Monaon, Daniel _ 207 Monsou, Dale 161, 279 Monaon, Leona „ 161, 302 Montemayor, George 64, 161, 321 Monteinayor, jji Montgomery, David . 33U Montgomery, Eugene iol Montgomery, Perry 214 Moore, Betty Lou 82, 161, 303 Moore, Beverly 358 Moore, D 348 Moore, Diane 308 Moure, George 270 Moore, H. F _ 52 Moore, Henry 278 Moure, Jack 279 Moore, James 243 Moore, Jame K 71 Moore, Kenneth 215 Moure, Lois li,l, Jo5 Moran, Arthur ,_ ol Moran, James 272 Moreau, Hubert ... 207 Morey, Jay 281 Morgan, Major John 212, 216. 217 Morgensen, Arne 161, 437 Murgenthaler, LeRoy 272 Morrill, Audrey 358 Morrill, Dean 58, 161 Morrill, Rodney 270 Morris, Frances 369 Man is. Helene 161, 361 Munis, Lesta 387 Mums, Ralph 387 Morris. Thomas 207, 321 Morris, Valerie 355 Morrison, A j_ " i Mima, E 34(, Morrow, James 342 Mortensen, Paul 327 Mortensen, Robert 74 Mortensen, Walter 161, 276 Mortenson, Thomas 447 Morton, Dave 277 Morton, J 352 Mory, D 257 Moaeley, Jean _ 161 Moaeley, June 161 Moses, Mary 305 Moses, Rose Mae 353 Mosher, Ernest 207 Mosher, Marilyn 372 Mosher, Ruberta 34, 40, 161 Mosher, William 330 Moskuwitz, Irving 207 Mosigian, Rose lol Mossbeek, Harold 273 Mussman, M 291 Mossman, Malcolm 427 Motelet, Kathleen lol Moths, Nancy 311 Moul, Robet 1 lei Moyer, R 453 Mross, Dolores 91, lol Mroz, Eleanor 431 Mudie, Elsie 367 Muekian, Marjorie 345 Mudrinich, Milan 294 Muehlbauer, Tony 94 Muehling, Lawreni e 72, 161 Mueller, Adeline 82, 87, 362 179 130 Mueller, Ann 371 Mueller, Carl Mim Her, Curol 214 Mueller, Charles .... 207 Mueller, Charles E. 63, 328 Mueller, Charles H 63 Mueller, ] 256 Mueller, 11. 258 Mil ii, i , Dale 218 Mueller, Donald 320 Mueller, Edward 320, 427 Mueller, I- mma 377, 416 Mueller, Gertrude 162, 367 Mueller, Grai 45 Muellei . 11. ii,, i,i .... 272 Mueller, J. 329 Mueller, Jamea 162 Mueller, Maj |oi ,• 162 Mueller, Robert 58 Mueller, It,. bin j. 162, 328 Mueller, w . 121, 103 Muettertlea, John 163, 274 Muhl-ii.n. Noah . 286 Mulkey, Steve .. 72 Id " Ii tni ,n!iert 290 Mullen, P.iiri, ia 205 Mull.. 1. Ullam IAS Mull. -ii, I,. 1 , ., : ,,. i; lp if,_ Muller, Justus Id. ' Mundinger, Frita 275 Mundt, Arno 207 Mundy, Edwin 162 Munaon, J. jt; 248 249 Munson, John .259, 319 1 ison, John R. [62 2 ' Murat, James .... 71 Murchardt, J. 310 Murchiaon, John .. 342 Murdock, Jeanne 442 liirj-,.n. bUchard K. 162, 28 » Mnrkland, M. 305, 349 Murphy, Dan . 255 Murphy, Man ;nj Murphy, P. _ 437 Mnrphj , Paul „ 1 2 Murphy, Petei H. 2U7, 281 Murphy, Peter J. 294 Murphy, Richard . 3211 Murphy, Rogei . . 271 Murphy, Thomas ... 27S Murray, Barbara 77. 162, 31] Murray, Edsel . . . 327 Murray, Robert 332 Murrell, John 7 ( Music, U illiam .. .... 325 Mu-iaiu, Jeanette 162, 304 Muth, B 352 Mutimer, M. B. . 225 Muzzy, Robert 88 Muzzy, Rogei 88. 427 Myers, Prof. B. S si Mwr . Barbara . 162, 30i) Myers, Hal L. _ 1 2 Myers, Russell ... .. 212 Myers, S _ 344 Myerson, H. j j., Myhre, Lucille 74 Myhre, Phyllis 81. [62 100 303. 300. 394. 421 Myhre, Ro er in. 33] Myren, Richard 12, t,2 Myron, Sheila .. 347 N Naab, Rosalie 317 aarup, Wayne 263, 276 Nuehtwey, Olive ... .. 45 Nack, Arthur 320 Nacy, Walter 271 Vi- ' ' !ler, Henrv . 32; Nagel, Cynthia . 162 363 Nagle, R 40! Magle, Richard 270 Nagle, Robert 270 Vtk,imura, Charles 207 Napiei mski. J j j N.iium. Nancy 3113 124 Narwold, Charles 328. 420 Nash, William _ 326 Natarus, Darrell 267 Math, H 342 Natovich, Diane ... 162, 372 Nau, Robert 275 Naujock, H 354 Nauman, Theodore 326 Naumann, Ruber! .. 3g Navratil, Charles .207, 325 Nedry, Alan „ ' jg 2 Neesvig. Ruth .., " " 304 Neealey, Glenn ... " 153 Neff, Dorothy ;io 353 ? " ' ' T - 0rri » ' .252! 259 Neff, Ruth Rae ... 30 6 Nehrlich. Raymond 325 Neidner, Edmund .. 328 Neidner, Robert ... 207 Neidner, S 346 Neilson, E I(t - Neilson, Pattie [ 3 " 308 Neitman, May Donna ■ i( . Ht. 163, 315. 102 Neit e1, Albert 342 Nelsou, Arnold ... 373 Nelson, Carter 216 Nelaon, Charlea .39, 268 i-Uon, George 02. , ;. .j| |,, ; Nelaon. H. .. . tr ,,(. 351, 431 NelaOD, Harriet 163 NeUoii, Helen 70. If. I. 30l " 305 Nelson. Henry 3g IVelaon, Jane 81, 163 15 Nelson, Janire f (7 Nelaon, J. ,1m Nelaon, 1 ■ alie Nelaon, Lowell . Nelaon, M. N ' eUun, ! 11 ,, Nelaon, Marlowe ' 3Q Nelaon, Marvin Nelaon, Nanei Nelaon, Pete, Nelaon, R. N ' laon, Richard Nelaon, Richard I . v - I On, Richard W. w, 1 Nelaon, Hubert 330 Nelaon, Robert I u, i. Nelaon, Robert L, r,i, ( ,| i„i Nelaon, Robert w . h, Ni ' Ruth 35. 45, 82. 301. 311 l_: Ni laon, Ruth L. 153 Nelaon, Ruth M. Ni Nun, Sherman ... 80 Nelaon, Virginia 163 271 ... 328 27-, 352 207, 275 308 H(. 401 378 522 rf-osi Ijeaki . . . Students Uaue keen Laq,incj, " GET IT AT THE CO-OP " ■ %: A Complete Department Store of Students ' Needs . . . Under One Roof At the Ga-Ofi C. W. ANDERES CO. THE UNIVERSITY CO-OP STORE W. J. 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George 207 Neuman, James - 325 Neuman, Richard 164 Neumann, H, 431 Neumann, Mar] 301, 416 n. uatedter, ft illiam 62, 161 Neveau, Paul 207 Nevin, Richard 164, 326 Nevin, Sheila 164, 308. 353 Newald, Morton 330 Newberger, Joj .: I Newby, Marjorie 164 N. an omb, Frank 318, 331, 451 Newcotnb, Paul 320 Newell, Donald ...... 434 Newell, Gordon 318, 320 V well, Philip 323 Newman, Chadwiclt 29 I Newman, Donald 325 Sew man, Helen 164, 365 Newman, John 326 Newman, Judith 70, 164, 348 Newman, Milford 17 Newman, K 349 Newman, Robert 271 Newman, Ruth __ 34 Newman, ft . 324 Ney, J- ... 329 Nicholas, Major Jack . 212, 215 B. _ 249 Nicholla, Herb 120 Nichols, Joyce .... 305 Nichols, Peggj 307, 348 Ruth 307, 350 Nichols, Sally 375 Nil la, M. ... 348 Nil - l , Mar;;,. 314 Niebler, 1 rederii k ... 332 Ntebuhr, Janel 347 Niederer, N. ....._ 313 Nield, George _„ 164 Ellen .... 310 Nielsen, 1 lorem e .... 161 Nielsen, June ... 161 Nielsen, Mar) u Nielsen, ft illiam ...... 207 Nieinan, Henry .._ 57 Nieman, ft illard 218 Niemer, Kathleen 402 Niemei I orraine 376 Niemuth, Wallace 164, 242, 243, 259 Fn dm ick 328 Nietupskl, John _ 331 Nigam, Prakash .... 164 Nfklee, Uiho .... 164 1 ' ■ ' " 320 Ulen 165 Nfles, Harold 38 Nilea, Tom 263, 264, 291, 154, 470, 482 Nlllea, Joan 165, 301 D ft illi.un .... 214 Nflseon Christine ..384 Naomi 845 1 Edward .... 327 Rli bard 165 Sinow, R. ;uh Nits, ft 292 ' toyd . 273 Nobli , CI ... 328 abli lelson 165, 2 Nods Andrew 16 i 887 Noma, Shirley 219 Ci raid J20 Nolancl Rutfa Z05, 914 I M . land 165 Noll, 1 r ,; Nolta, R, 1 1 I |d toll R ibei 1 Nolle, Ruih 205 Nolle, S. 1 Noordhofl, Jtt m ■ 207 Donald . ' 77, 330 .Nordeen, Loo 430 5ti pben 326 J35, 259 Normington, John 288 V.i ri«. John 2i Norris, Nasi ) 801, 348, 112 Norria, l nomas .2. - ' Non-man, iolel Norihdiffe, Jeanne 358 Northi Lift , Lee 88. 429 Northrop, Patrii ia Norton, ft illiam - .39, 40 Norviel V- 351 Novak, Josephine 350 kovich, Joseph WO, 102 Novakowski, Uoyd 39, 312, 389 Nover, Patricia ' ' Novick, Bonita " 9, 365 Nowak, D. 354 Nowak, Stanlej 327 .. es, Virginia 385 Numricb, Earl 214, 263, 271, 394, 397 u-! .iui!i, lf.li Iiai .: 1 - ■ .1 ■ - Nuttelman, Mai g 40, 356 Nuaum, Evelyn 165, 353 Nuaum, PrisciUa - 81 Nygaard, Joe 253 % man, Everett 165 O Oakea, Henry J. 165 Oakley, Daniel I . 165 Oatmaa, I bestei ■- 330 Oberly, Lowell 165, 251, 259 Oberat. Maxine .... 356 Obert, Bevi rl) 165 Km. ... George 165, 31 » Brien, John 272 () Brien, Marguerite 310, 154 O ' Brien. Patriria 165, 349 O ' Brien, Richard 275 O ' Brien, Robert 283, 441 O ' Brien, Rosemarie 310 O Brien, William 428 O ' Connor, F. 255 (i i onnor, James 342, 389 O ' Connor, M 348 O ' Connor. Sally 422 Ochsner, Carla 428 Odland, L. 456 o Donnell, Robert 165, 275 O ' Donnell, William 275 Odorice, A 354 Oehlberg, Virginia 358 Oelhof. Howard 165. 322 Oesterle, Ellen Ann 301 Ofstedahl, Marg 345 Ogilvie, Douglas 384 Ogilvie, Lois 303 Ogren, Herman 214, 217 Ohde, William 332 O ' Hearn, Leo 165 Ohm. Edward 331, 458 Ohm. Patricia 353, 299 Oheman, Rozanne 165, 36 J. 303 Okanski, C. 346 Okey, John 165 Okey, Paul 323 Olberg, Prank 275 O ' Leary, Donald 325 Olejniciak, M. 348 Oleson, Merval 58, 166 Olig, David 319 ill,-. Reinhart 166 Oliver, Joan 364 Oliver, William 287 Oik. James 94, 166 Oik, Jay 330 OUinger, K. 321 Olmsted, John C 283 Olmsted, Nancy 111. 121. 168, 175, 480 Oleen, Dorthy 370 Olsen, Everett 38, 116. 268 Olsen, Geo rge 322 I llsen, John „ 166 Olsen, Julius 166. 319 01b en, Richard 166, 354 Olsen, Robert 64, 320 Olsen, Roj 166 Olshanskl, H. 230 Olson, Barbara 35G Olson, Beth 36, 362 Olson, Borgen 207 Olson, Burton 40, 340 Olson, Edward 39, 56 I tlson, Clarence 311 Olson, Harlan .. 207 Olson, Harry , 381 Olson, N I ■■■ " 19, i ' i " . 268 Olson, Jayme .... 325 ' llsln, l- inettt .. 317 Olson, I lUian 84, loG, 301 Olson Louisa ... 45 Olson, l ri« 116 ' .in 127, 347 forria 18, 166, 207, 288 Olson, Pelei !Q ■ II oi Roberl 207 Ron ild 2ii7. 2;., Olson, Stanton 326 Olszewski, Delphyn Olynli sail M ■■ ■ 10; I I Mi at i Nam ) 166 MW O ' Mi si i Roberl 166 rm ellna, It. 292 Onari Joyt • 160 ok, ft ill 820 O ' Ni ii. I.. k 826 O ' Neill, C _ 230 Ni ill. Lawrence 166 Onosko, Joseph Jll, 220, 318 Ons lad, Sharon 307, 424 Onstad, Shiriej 424 Ontko, Juiiua - _ 326 Opita, F. 291 Opits, Marilyn 353, 381 Oppermann, Walter „.. 333 Oppenheim, Robert 207 Orazem, (..raid _ 207 Orensteim, Hill .... 28(j Orkin, Irene 166, 421 Orlando, Daniel lbo Orlansky, George 296 Orlich, Han 259 Orlowski, Arthur _ 253 Ormond, Robert 166 Ormson, Gilbert 207 ii Rourke, Sail) SO ' ) O ' Roarke, Willard .207, 323 Ortmayer, Marj 166, 308 Orwlg, James 166 Osborn, Otis 273 Osborne, Eugene _ 293 Osen, Mary 378, 387 Oshansky, Florence 371, 454 Osmund, Juhn _ 207 Ostby, Byron 289. 105, 111. 114, 470 Osterhaus, Gordon 57 Osterheld, D 444, 455 Osterhout, Richard 167, 271 Oswald, Gene 167, 290 Oswald. John 332 Otis. Stanley 61, 167 Otjen, Carl 74, 294 Otjen, Chris 74 Ott, Robert 167. 328 Otten, Joyce 310 Ottenstein, Jean 167. 370 Otterbach, Harold .259,230,236 Otteson, Donovan 167 Otteson, Lloyd 167 Otto, Arliss 40, 107. 353 Otto, Dolores 353 Olio. Marjorie 310 Ottiim, Duane 38, 167 Overby, B. 346 Overby, Elizabeth 167, 424 Overman, Robert 207 Overton, Richard 328 Owen, Charles _ 330 Owen, Clifford 434 Owen, Orpha Lea 307 Owen. Russell 378 Owens, Audrey 304 Owens, James 63 Oyaas, Robert 167 P Packard, Jim 330 Page. D. 242, 252 Page. Lloyd 167 Pagel, Allen 64 Pagenkopf, H 354 Pahnke, Alden 54, 59 Pake, Betty 367 Palay, Gil 286 Palermo, Alberta 167 Paley, Harold 28b Pallet. Celia 40 Pallis, Edward 167, 331 Palmatler, Dale 62, 167 Palmer, Graham 167, 272 Palmer, Kenneth 167, 320, 438, 439, 440 Palmer, Loris 167 Palmer, Roger 64, 263 Pal miter, Harry 39 Pampel, Fred 281 Pan rit , Felix „ 40 Pandowj Mary 205 Panetti, Carol 205, 366, 428 Panfil, Conrad 214 Panfil, Raymond 329 Pankr.il . Felix 167, 268 Pansky, Ben 167 Papcke, Harry 40 Papeniuss, Carl 327 Papke, Richard 293 Papke, Roberl 265 Paradowaki, Leonard 321 Parelskin, Ken 286 Pai ham, Natalie 304 Pat i-, Broadua 218 Paria, Gloria ... 375 Parkin, Roberl 46 Parka, Dr. Uoyd i 90, 92 Pariah, Forreal .... 333 Pat 1-I1, arren 325 Paris!, . 245 Parker, Mr-. 1 . 1 ... 310 Pai kins. George 32: Parry, I 1. 1 ol. Robert .. 212 Pai lona, Illiam .... 275 Partridge, Leslie 331 Pascal 1 leanoi 345 Paschen, Bevei I) 374 Paschen, Bumalu 969 Paschan, Patricia hi, 167, 305 Patlow, Janel 186, 304 Patneaude, Harold .;i P it oka, Donald . IS Patterson, I oil Patterson, tt illiam B, 387 P ill " 1 ion, ft lllism V ;tH Pttlon, Rev. K. 1, 1 ., Patake, Alien $] Paul, Archie 207 319 Paul, Dorothy jy 29Q Paul. John ' j 8y Paul. Martin _.; : Paulson, Janet j03, 347 P lUSChert, Patricia 30 Pause, Robert Pauetian, John Pavalon, Paul | :1 Pavlat, Russell hjq Pawl. George 332 Paj ne, Dorothy 352 Payne, Rodnej 322 Paynter, Paul 327, 427 Peyton, James 290 Pearce, Harold .. 203 Pearce, William Pearlman, Bernice P« arlman, Jean . . 168, 375 Peanall, Charles 211 Pearson, David ioa Peai aon, T. 2) ' Pease, Davi.l 39 333 Peck, AJyce jb8 Peck, Helen 3jn Peck, Merton _,r Peek, Virginia 80. 168, 350 Perk. William .... 274 Peckham, Donald Peckham, Phillip 28« Pederson, John 289. 328. 332 Pederaon, Thomas 168 Pelikan, Patricia 351 Pellett, A. 311 Peloquin, Pierre .... ... 333 Pelser, B. 350 Pendleton, David „ 380 Penman. Charles ... .. 312 Penney, George .. 60 Pepper, Lou .... 287 Ft rkins. P 34Q Perle, Marilyn i71, 451 Perlmutter, Es telle .. 35b Perlmutter, Jack .._ .... 2 »6 Perlson, Sam [„«, 280 Perrenoud, Merger) 3J5 Perry, Roger ... ]„:; Person, Philip . i g, 429 Perterson. John ... J28 Perthel, Charlotte 34, 307 Pesut, Margaret Ann 168, 301, 404. 413. 11 " . 466 Peterman. Albert . 28 ' » Peterman. Mary Jane .... 308 Petermann. Roberl .... 168 Peters, Charles 324 Peters, Farnsley ... 265 Peters, James 207. 325 Peters. Lynn 328, 1- ' " Peters. Maynard ... 319 Peters, Dick 275 Petersen, Anita .... 205 Petersen, Dorothy 30I Petersen, George 214, 252, 324 Petersen, Glenn 207 P ' -t.-i-on. Vdeliiu- 345 Peterson, Ani,-u 342 Peterson, Arthur (,. ]68 Peterson, A. ft . 30 Peterson, Basil . 26 Peterson, Clifford .... 325 Peterson, Cynthia 45, 303 Peterson, D 256, 258 Peterson, Dean 61, 320 Peterson, Donald ....259, 277, 310 Peterson, Dorothy I08. 299 Peterson, Elaine 310 Peterson, Eugene 40 Peterson, George 287 Peterson, Prof. H. A 62 Peterson, Ina Marie 308, 353 Peterson, J. 210. 251 Peterson, Jacqueline 310 Peterson, Joan 168, 308 Peterson, John ._ 168 Peterson, 1. _ .... 352 Peti raon, M „ _ 351 Peterson, Marian 168 Peterson, P. 240 Peterson, Phyllis 34, 355. 362 ivi, non, R. U.K. 12 Peterson, Roger 126 Peterson, Ruben 287 Petersoi, rheodore 207 Peterson, ornon 272 Peterson, Walter 1(»8 Peterson, ft illiam H. 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George 55, 6-1 Pipkorn, Russell 63 Pire, Elmer {30, 331 Pirtle, Rett) 169, 330 Pitschke, Fred 53 Pitt. Hyman 169, 207 Plaee, John . 215, 220, 137 ,,; I ' ■ I 1 " - 245 Plank. Lloyd 63, 64. 290 Plant, Mildred 169, 304 Plantico, Roger 207 Plaakett, Clyde 55, 60 Plants, Donald . 207 Plf.it , Ronald 333 Plemts, Arvy 216 Plettner, Phyllii 70, 71 169, 301 Plier, William 268 ' ' ' " " - R- .... 255 Plop, F ' U.tr.l ;;ir Plorobon, Julian . 322 Plotkto, C. 352 Plough, Alonso . 278 Plots, A. 252 Plumber, Misa .... 347 Plumtner, Rosemary 3-15 Plummer, S. 351 Plzak. Dean 381 Podoll, Ruatell ... .... I69 Poehler. Henry i,,u, 327 Poehler, Pauline 169, 367 Poehla, Ciena 217. 332 Pocnigch. J. 348 Pocech. Edward 223 I atberim 82. 84. 169, 252, 305 Pofale, L, „ 252 Pohle, W, " _ 292 Poker, Dolorea I " 91 Pokorn, Gilbert Pokrzywlnski, Larry 243 Polai hei I Don tld | } Polansky, Sol ... 282 in 120 Pollack. Sydelle 37] Polbrd, David , r»« . 124 438 I ' " llny, Elynoi 112, .174, S5 I ' olUr. Rirry ir,o, 263 Pollock, B ion. ..; Pollack, li..,,. 169 365 Polnn u ill. 1:1 1 olw Jamu r, 161 Pobii 1 rim PolxJn Uili,,,,, K,o, 1 12, 279 3ej ,1 16 1 ' .,,,,,,. renin, Glen Pool 1 , 11 1 1 , 169 Pooler, Don ild I ' .-l " itl,„r 170 331 Pop) Robert 294 171 19 Man :c Porn 1 -iw.,,,1 1 ,,,,. ,1 17(1 -l.l. Pol ' • , Ml. ,, 1?7 Porter, Allm 1.. ' 117 I ' " rr r. All. ,. - 1 c 1 .,,,1 I. 1 rank iii ' p HI • Porter, Loulie 855 Porter, Patricia .. 3. " -8 Porter. R. . . 32 " Ed I Poi th Robert 287 Porth, Robert L. 60. 170 Porte, Herbert 33, 37, 38, 170 (■-.-, I,, l dward 60, 170, 279 Port, K. ..... 456 Poalweiler, Reine 288 Poller, Clarence 207. 276 Poller, Howard -26, 29 Potter, Jean ,._ 170 Potter, J P i John 71 270 Polti, Betty 299, 353 PotU, lo k 290 Ponlsen, J. (46 Powell, P. . ... 349 Powell, Patrfi ia 309 Powell, Patricia B. 70, 380 PowoU, Patricia I. - 170 Powell, Robert 216 Powell, Susan 380 Power, Margaret 145, 457 Power, Vim, enl - 293 Power a, R. 329 Prange, Henry _ 273 ! ' ■ tail Join. 331 Pratt. Jack 170, 327 Praxak, Muriel 170, 346 Preeahl, Frank . 170, 325 Prehn, Joanne .. 302 I rehn, Luanne 302 PrelwiU, M - 350 Preai nt, Alice 170, 369 Presley, Mrs. Annie 387 Preat, Claire, 374 Prestegard, Anna 367 I ' i. -ton. Eileen 379 Pirn. Hani ... 295 Preu. Henry - 295 Prcuss. Albert 12, 325 Price, Arthur 207 Price, Barbara 431 Price, Don 333 Price, George - 283 Price, Jamea 170, 295 Price, Jane ... 369, 377 Price, Jay 294, M6 Price, Lois ... - 205 Price, M 432 Price, Marjorie 381, 430 Price, Moreton 170, 295 Price, P 348 Price, Priacilla 84, 349 Price. Richard 293 Price, Thomas 283 Price, W 230 Pride, Robert . 170 Prideaux, Waltei 448 Priebe, C 350 Pri.bc. Carol 424 Priehc, LaVeme 40 Priebe, Richard 72 Priebe. Richai.l 397 Priem, Richard J. 330 Prlnalow, Edward 207.330 Prinz, John ... 288 Pritzert. Sidney - 72 Pritzlaff, Frederick 207, 283 Pritxlaff, Kipp .214, 269 Prooat, Gerald 328 Prothero, Clarabclle 361 Proudfoot, Dorothy 171, 308 Proulx, Clyde 207 Proulx, Patricia 219 Prucha, M. 351 Pruzan, Judith 76. 171, 361 Pryde, K. . 42 ' t Przyczyna, Edward 319 PuchinBky, E 346 Puehner, Mary 302 Puelicher, Albert 288 Puerner, Mary ' tlO, 353 Puerner. Paul 265 Puhek, Norman 93 Pulford, Mary 171 Pull, Harold 171 Pula, Jean 171 Pun roil, Beverly - 371 Partly, Kendall .. 279 Purdj Kenneth 223 Purncll. William lift. Ill Putman, Norman 207, 281 Putt) rman, A. 252 Putti rman, Robert Pyle, Verbs .... 171 p] in, p. ,t, i. [e 302 Q ( le, Helen 171 Quale, Cbn 277 I] Robert 171 Quam, Bonnie 35, 171 ' ■■ .i.i Raymond 207 Harold 428 Quayb « rnthla 10 i I »i Qui i ...it. Harlan Quei li- rohn 2n: 11 in n nil 859 Qui rni, inn Mar J 10 ' Quid loon 29 1 Lawrence 272 R P. i. .li. Robert 37 I 10 H.ili. mm William 2ii: h h, R ill ■ .i Rabin, i(. rbi rl !fl Rabin, Ruth I, Rabinowit . P. jjo Racine. Warren JH7. 330, 380 Raddatz, Earl ... 61 Rader. Prof. Lloyd F. I 61 K i.i. i - !),,,.:• J I I Ha. Ike. Judith Radoff, Arnold 171 Radtke, Arlene 345 Radtke. Gordon ... 63, 321 Radwill. Richard .._ 329 Raeborn, George Raetder, Marvin .... 323 Rafeld, Ernestine :i: Rafeld, Hope i . i 299 Rafeld, Tina 29 Raffi l. D. C. .. 44i Raffel, Fr.-d 18, 171, 20, 296 Ragatz, R. A. .....60 Ragone, Mra. John 301 Rajeck, Marcella 171, 358 Rnkita. Evelyn .... 373 Raleton, Norma ... 171, 384 Ramsak, Lorraine 347 Ramsey, J. 313 Ramsey. John .... 171 Ramsey. Julie 1 71, 394 Ramsey, Marion 370 Ramus. S 431 Ranck. Robert ... 333 Rand. Myrton .... 171 Rand, Roger ... 207 Randall, Beryl 171.421,424 Randall. Deronda ... 420 Randall, Gait her 388. 428 Randall. Marvin 428 Randall. T 245 Randell. IT. 2 40 Randle, Ruth .... 300 Randy. Warren . 296, 399 Rankin. Steffcn J71 Rapoport. Joyce 312 Raskin, Ellen 312 Raskin. Lila ... 312 RasmuHsen, B. ............. 35] Rasmussen, Elaine .no Rasmuesen, H. 431 Rasmussen, John 64 Rasmussen. Merten 72, 171 Rasmussen, Peter 64, 324 Rasmusson, Don ... 446 Raamusson, Phyllis 35, 171 208, 405. 406, 408. 412 RasmiiBSon. Robertta 299. 348. 330. 429 Rastall, Patric 172, 281 Raster. Otto 207 Ratcliff. Melvin " 55 Rathbum, Roberta .. 345 Rathkamp, Clifford 289 Rathmann, Donald .... 172 Rauchechwalbe, Elaine in. 375 Rauwald, Edward 259 Ravin, Erling ... 293 Rayford, Richard .... 207 Raymond John ... ... 172 Raymond, Marjorie 17_- Rayne, George 283 Reapan, James . 259 Rechnitz, Map 207 Redknagel. Eugene .... 172 Redel. Charles 279, 428 Reder, Jean 303 Redeman, William 287, 331 Reed. Harry ... 329 Reed, James 270 Reed. Marjorie 84, 348 Reep. Daniel .. 172. 3 )2 Reep. Eunice |72 Rcetz, M ,113 Reevs, L. R 222 Regan, Jim 253 Regez, Barbara 299 Reghanti, Thomas 275 Regtter, B. 281 Rehberger. Jamea 172 252 Rehieldt. Don 243 Rebrauer, Robert 207 Reich, Fred 290 Reichard, Norman i:j Reichblum, Elaine 375, 131 Reichman, Lee 214, 296, 146 Reichnunn, Rrnesl 172 Relcbmann, Ceraldine 172 Reid, Charles . 172. 325 Reld, Harvej 282 lt( Reld, w alkei 289, 1 11 Reidbauier, Edith 172 Reidle, tsabel 15, Iff 172. 350 Refder, Mai il) n i:,3. 165 Relerson, Robert 172, 27(S Reiff, Donald 63, 64, 172. 331 Rciffd. Francta 369, 155 Reiliev. Charles 1 Rellly, Irene R2. 87 Keillv. Roaemarj 225, 306 Raimann, Han- 320 Reinti Man In u 172 Rein, Roberi 2ft Rl ittl 1 1, rmin o| |72. .122 Rebibardt, J, 555 Ri Inhardt, Marj t.i, n ■ , Ri In! 11 Pati li la 172. 312, 173, 152 Relnhold, Janei m. 172. 303 ,; ' ' gol W .ill... - 172 Relnke, Donald 63, 173. 207 Ri In n In ■ rnon 173. 325 Reii, Alvln ,48 Reis, Marj 353 Reiter, Charles _ 173 Reiter, Holl 307 H.-ith. Ii. 31y llcitli, Marianne su Renmol, John 269, 325 Remmel, Rex .... 289 n en trd, Hem . . Rendall, Jem it j g Rend all, i. ' 353 Rennebofa tn, J 1 ed _ 289 Rennebobm, John 333 Rennebohm, Robert 173. 230. 236, 259 ii. am bofam C01 , ' -• ..1 1;, li ' oner, August Reppen, Anna 1 Rerucfaa, Patricia 173.353 Resnitk, E 329 Resnick, Joyce _ 375 Resnick, Marvin 267. 405, 111 170 Resnick, Richard .. 267 Rettinger, Maxine :r; Retxinger, David 54, 59, 329 Renter, Shirley ... 173, 340 Reutei . illi.un 288 Reyneldson, John .... 218 Reynolds. 1. .... 429 Reynolds, Nan. 370 Rezin, Artbui .61, 173 Rhode, Dolorea Rhodes. Keith ,. i Rhodes. Robert .. 37 Rhode, Carry 420 Rhude, Maurice 290 Rice, Cynthia mi, 17 ; R«e, David 57. 58, 173 Rice, E. 405 Rice, Elaine „ ... 353 Riec, Elizabeth 209, 311 Rice, Gerry 300, 361 Rice, Cyla ;;,. 173, 352 Ki. e, James 2H (, 323, 325 Richard, David .. 40 Richard, Frederick 173 Richards, Gene ... 173 Richards, Glenn 266 Richards, G. S. 437 Richards, Howard 39 f 173 Richards, Joseph . .. 267 Richards, Paul 331 Richards, Holland 268 Richardson, Carolyn ... .... 205 Richardson, Janiece .... 173 Richardson, William 289 Richman, Warren S. .... ... 173 Richman, W. W. . 437 Richman. William ... 322 Richmond. J. 343 Richter, Herbert 214, 240, 274, 332 Richter, June ;;) t, 375 Riehter, Marvin 328 Ricker, Marilyn 173, 298. 313 I ' . " Rickert, Thomas .. I7i Ricketts. C. Abbott .... 293 Riddick. Frank . 60 Riddlesbarger, Gwen .. 173 Rieboldt, Norman .. 207 Rieder, Kay 1111 Rieder, Marilyn 171. 304, II " . Rieder, Robert 429 Riegelman, Sidney „., 92 Ricmer, Robert 171 119 Rienke, Donald .... m Rierson, R. 217 Ries, Mary Kaj ... 30 ) Rieachl, Robert 171 Riggert, William 207, 329 Riggs, Mary ;n , Rigler, Richard 296 Rfley, Elisabeth 305 Riley. John 171. 2KK Riley, Put (61 Riley, Reva 300 Riley, Robert , ft] Rill. Riissel 171 Rindy, Philip ;i; Riiic. Don 322 Rippc. Russell 171. 228, 229, 230 Rippe, Tom 242, 243 Rialey, M .{. 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Shlrlej, i«(, ft assermann, Felis 42 ft ators, Catherine . 196 ft atera, lames 2117 ft .nil. 11 La wren 1 1 88. i.t Walking, Roberl 71 ftti ' v. William 126 ft ai.., i, Beverl) 81 196 Wation, Ellen 317 ft 11, George 283 ft atson, rlarrj 2117 ft atson, I. mi ii; ft itson, . :t,f,i ft. .mm. in, l.l.,,,. 1 L I __■ ;,,| Weaver, Eugene 10., ft 1 ivei , 1 ,. 1 - M . . 2i ft ' .n.i. Ronald Weavors 1 n. ;ioi Webb, Harv. r - Wcbb, Mi ■ 207 ft. i.N Mildred (45 ft ■ bb Nam n,,. ij., w »bb i ' ll.. .,,1 Webb, William .9, ft fiber, Ml. .11 aj g7 ft ebei ( Union 196, 295 ft fiber, Constance Weber, D. ft ebei . 1 nancii Weber, ll.. |. Weber, J. 302 S29 I ' M. 34 . 281 310 . 62 .. 196 .. 40 272 Weber, James . ft fiber, Joanne . ft eber, John Weber, Nil bohu Weber, .N.-.l Weber, Robert C ft eber, Robert J. . 328 Weber, Theodore ... 207 ft eberg, Eileen _ 545 Webster, Chauncey . |96 ft ' b.irr. H. Neil 93, 94, 196, 32 5, 384 ft fibster, Jean 353 ft ebster, I.. Charles 288 ft .■Ij-.i.t, lb. .map 326 ft.. l.l. Oscar . 55 Wedemeyer, ictoi 197 ft edin, Walter w ft eeka, (.. 247, 2tti Weeks, Patricia 197. 301 Wegener, H. 350, 431 ft egener, Helen 304 ft egnei , Fred . 253 ft egner, Janli - 2U5. 305. 347 ft. l.l. 1 . Ralph ft . lu man. Roy Jo? ft eidephul, J. .143 ft eidler, Sten-Eric 2 ' ) ft c.dman, Mark !• :, 250 Weier, Charles 197 ft ' ii:..ld. Crace 3u7 ft igle, Robert . 197 Wein, Sandra 361 ft einberg, Charlotte . (72 ft einberg, ft illis . 427 ft .-iiilurter. (ieorjie 207, 322 Weinkauf, Donald .., 325 ft. ins, Theodore 207 ft eiiuteio, Helen 36.1 Weinetein, Helen Louise 1 7, 300 ft .iiiHhiii. Harriet 369 ft .-11111.1111. Lewis l u 7 ft •■!-, James 218 ft eisbenner, D 340 ft eiser, John 216 ft ei-.ke. R. .... 230 ft eiake, R.d.eri 236. 259 Weiskoph, nita P 7. 298, 300 ft fiiss, Au.lrienrie 197. 117. 451. 464, 483 Weiss, David 289. 423. 434, 446 Weiss, Julian ne 311 Weiss, L. .... 429 Weiss, Leona . . ... 347 Wei9s, Sandra 197, 373 Weisse, Carl 333 W.-i-ner. Rhoda 197, 361 ft eitei Injun. Jam.-.- .... 299 Weitman, Lura .... 302 WeiUel, R. .... 249 Weix, Josepb 289 Weix, Mary 311 Weix, Winogene 311 Welch, Arthur 277 Welch. Lieut. Euyen.- 212 ft elch, Peter 207 Wdk. William f,l Welke. Virginia 197. 303 ft elle, Paul 288 ft ell. -i, Francis 331 Weller, Marjorie 311, 439 Wellers, Annette u, 1 " 7. ;i: elllngton, Florence 197, 366, 458 ells, Captain Frederick . ' 12. 211., . ' 17 W .ll- J. km, .. 303 Welsh, James .... 333 Wenck, George Jam.-. 207. 326 ft endel, Jeiahline 7H. 197 Wendland, Donald 9 I, 94 ft endorf, Gerry ft endorf, l. „ 255 ft endoi 11. foj 1 - 1 " 7. 2118, 379, 405. 408 ft .n.lt. Frank i. ' H ft endt, J. din 319 Wendt. Roberl 179 Wengel, R. ft. ft enger, Herberl 197 ft -nil. Mid. Robert ... 55 ft si f. Robert 12. 197 ft entort, ft Inlfred I 381 Weniorf, Phyllis 353 ft... 1. nit. Phyllis 380 ft ensel, Brace 28 " Weniel, Marls 84, 197, 303 ft epklng, Betty, ft erdei Itsch, Harrfeti ft 1 1 1 ' . 1, II. in,. 1 ft l M.I, ( .III. I. .11 ft .111. 1 . Mat I Wei i ' i. l. Werner, id.!,.... I ft -■ k, Adeline ft .1 1-. Herberl ft - n , Haj 11. u.l West, 1 ... ft .-1, Nsm ft ■ itbj . David 1 v : 371 |9« (II 350 198 190 ■ 27ti 353 427 ft- -I- in. .mm,. Donald 60 - Westerrell Robert 271 534 Holmes Tire Supply Co. •fa All records prove that the new Miller Imperial, built with GRS-10, a vastly superior new kind of rubber . . . and new, stronger Hi-Density Cord . . . gives far more mileage . . . greater resistance to bruises than ever before. STRONGER - LONGER WEARING THAN EVER BEFORE! WIDER, FLATTER TREAD means more rubber in contact with the road to share the load . . . gives you longer, more economical tread wear ..less scuffing... maximum traction . . peak skid resistance. NEW INNER CONSTRUCTION features new Hi-Density Cord of greater tensile strength, 12 " more cords, and an extra-hen , double breaker strip to cushion the shock of road bumps and bruises — giving you extra pro- tection against blow-outs Holmes Tire S Supply Co. 431 West Main Street Madison, Wisconsin RECAPPING — VULCANIZING — EXIDE BATTERIES — ACCESSORIES 535 Weetfahl, Clarence 38. 40. H8. id, loan ft tStpbsli I itllelllie W8. ihtl, in.. ij ' Weetphal, Robert 205 Weotoo. Donald w . itoa. Nan 5 ii Wethem, Robert 1-1. II. Idins II. i,. .M I, , J.. ..ii 198. Wader. I») ft exler, J " , i ■ ft i,., i. . Geraldine Wharton, Pel wi I... David Wheeler, Doneld Whet I 291, 389, In " -, Marion w beeler, N mi | W heeler, Rodi rii k Wheeler, Sue Whelew, Aim Whipple, Geoi 248, Whipple. R. Wlulr. Amv ftliil.-. 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Zuchowakl, Lawrem , .: 1 h. .12; Zuck, II.,, Zuehlke, M,l. m 60 201 ...hike. 11. .bell .128 lint. Will, am 12 " Zurhedde, Lois Zuill. Frances Zwicker, Irdyih ..t.k,.. Donald Zwlcke) . 1 a i. v.,. ky. II. .... kv. Warren vein mil. It.. I. eil 203. 209 net man in,,,,, ' , man 536 MOM, IT ' LL BE A PLEASURE! Good plumbing is of daily importance to your family ' s health. The quality of Kohlcr fixtures and fittings makes them an investment in safety, costing no more at first, and relieving you of worry and expense over the years. Kohlcr fixtures are pleasing in line and proportion and have a smooth, lustrous hard surface that is easy to clean. Kohler fittings, of chromium-plated brass, have the strength and precision that assure serviceability. Your Kohler dealer will help you select the fixtures that will serve you best, in matched sets or individual pieces, for bathroom, kitchen, washroom, or laundry. Unified supervision watches over and coordinates every step of produc- tion, for Kohler products are made in one great pla nt. Kohler Co., Kohler, Wis. KOHLER of KOHLER Plumbing Fixtures — Heath- ° Equipment — Electric Plants Tribute to the Hands that Rocked Our Cradle With pleasure we pay tribute to the hands that rocked our cradle . . . yours! Yes, you helped bring us up! You, and many generations of University women before you, have told us what you wanted from us, have .neouraged us to serve you ever better. Now a newly enlarged Manchester ' s is in an even better position to serve you, anil it is a pleasure to do so now, as always. Harry S. 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