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h «a BABIE 4.r UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN ■: . DEDICATION WILLIAM H. KIEKHOFER a constructive thinker ... a master organizer . . . the university has lost an exceptional leader and colorful personage known throughout the country as a teacher of economics. INTRODUCTION ADM I N IS T RAT ION E DUCAT lO N AC T I V I T I ES LIVING UNITS ORGAN I Z AT IONS SENIORS ADS AND INDEX Page 1-15 Faculty ]8 Student 32 Agriculture 40 Commerce 49 Education 60 Engineering 64 Letters and Science 76 Law 100 Medicine 110 Extension Divisions II9 Graduate School 123 Military School 127 Social 134 Publications 156 Sports 174 Union 207 Religious Groups 214 Honors 224 Special Interest 234 Music and Drama 243 Women 256 Men 280 Sororities 314 Fraternities 332 376 472 Seniors Leave an Improved Graduates of the Class ot 1952 at the Univer- sity of Wisconsin have attended the school during an unusual four years of building activir . When today ' s graduatinsr seniors entered Wis- consin as 1948 ' s freshmen they began their college days on the threshold of the post World War II long range building program of the University. During the succeeding four years this program has resulted in the construction of many new campus facilities. The new facilities of this progiam when cou- pled with completed future plans will result in greater means for building stronger minds and bodies among coming Wisconsin students. Stu- dents do not work alone but are greatly dependent upon the physical means at their disposal. New classrooms, graduate buildings, laboratories, and departmental additions will provide the equip- ment necessary for more effective and purposeful study. Even though enrollment is expected to decrease somewhat in the immediate period new construction will nevertheless accentuate these benefits. What the Class of 1952 has wiriiessed in campus construction presents a recoid the ' can look upon with admiration. Seniors can take pride in the improved and expanded univcrsir from which they are graduating. Alumni and graduate work has been exten- sively aided through recent building. In 1948 the $650,000 Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation headquarters was completed. This building of that famous Foundation furnishes the space for carrying out a greater program of WARF work. The Enzyme Institute, completed in 1949, was the second structure that the Class of 1952 viewed as part of the coming expansion. This unique building, the only one of its kind in the country, provided a place for enzyme research on graduate and post-graduate levels. The following year the Knapp Memorial Graduate Center was converted from the old governor ' s mansion on Gilman Street. Babcock Hall, a dairy and food technology center, followed in 1951- These notable construc- tions may well provide the means for successful graduate study bv many oi ' 52 ' s seniors. and Expanded Wisconsin Of direct benefit to present students have been new classroom and stadium developments. In the new Engineering Building ' s well lighted and spacious rooms many cla sses arc now held. This building was finished at Camp Randall in 1951. Seniors and students have also had a chance to see the new 8,000 seat addition to Camp Randall Stadium in use during the 1951 " gridiron " season. While these directly student used structures have been built, important additions to the Wis- consin General Hospital have also occurred. New wings to the hospital were completed in 1952, and a $538,000 hospital remodelling program is now in operation. A related constructit:)n to Wis- consin General is the Intern Residents Dormitory hich is now rising near the hospital to supply needed living quarters for interns. A one and one half million dollar Hygiene Laboratory paid for bv the Stare Department of Health is being con- structed on Linden Drive. The imposing Veteran ' s Administration Hospital on the far west end of the Lhiiversitv was completed in 1951. These buildings are examples of state and federal funds employed in financing campus building. Also under construction at present on the cam- pus is the familiar Memorial Library on the lower campus, a Chemical-Engineering Building at Camp llandall, and a new Home Economics Wing. With the completion of these projects in the near future a long stride will have been taken in meeting expanded student needs. From the construction of the WARP Head- quarters to the completion of additions to the Wisconsin General Hospital, the University long range building program has firmly established itself. What building ' 52 ' s class has seen will undoubtedly be seen in other forms by succeeding classes if present plans are realized. What will eventually result from all this building will be a much enhanced L niversity of Wisconsin well equipped to plav the leading role it always has in the development of better minds among its students. The Class of 1952 has been fortunate to see the beginnings of the building program and to share in some of its benefits. h: ' mM cm " w Home Economics Engineering Building Hygiene Building I n 1 i ■ itrt i.ii-l [I ■ i • " Wisconsin General Hospital Entrance Memorial Library Babcock Dairy Building isco »S|J AOGCi Faculty The faculty of the University of Wisconsin serves as the coordinator of student programs and activities and advises and counsels individual students through such organizations as the Student Counseling service and the student activities office. Student matters and morals are guided and regulated by the Student Life and Interest Committee. ♦s ? Lcjtto Right: Regents F.J. Sensenbrenncr, Neenah; W.J. Campbell, Oshkosh; G. E. Watson, Madison; A. M. Werner, Sheboygan; C. D. Gelatt, La Crosse; R. G. Arveson, Frederic; W. N. Renk, Sun Prairie; L. J. Kleczka, Milwaukee; J D. Jones, Jr., Racine; Mrs. M. R. Laird, Marshfield; Miss M. Slightam, secretary to secretary of the regents; C. Smith, secretary of the regents, Vice-Pres. . . W. Peterson, and Pres. E. B. Fred The Regents, appointed by the Governor, represent the citizens of Wisconsin in determining the educational, operational and physical plant development policies of the University. The members of the Board are: Frank J. Senscnbrenner, Neenah, President; A. Matt. Werner, Sheboygan, Vice-President; Dr. R. G. Arveson, Frederic; William J. Campbell, Oshkosh; Charles D. Gelatt, La Crosse; John D. Jones, Jr., Racine; Leonard J. Kleczka, Milwaukee; Mrs. Melvin R. Laird, Marshfield; Wilbur N. Renk, Sun Prairie; and George E. Watson, Madison. F. J. Sensenbrenncr, president ot the Board of Regents. BOARD OF REGENTS 19 BOARD OF VISITORS The Board of Visitors of the University of Wisconsin is composed of twelve members three of whom are appointed hy the Governor of the State, three hy the Board of Regents of the University and six by the University of Wisconsin Alumni Association. The Board of Visitors reports to the Regents. It is concerned primarily in rendering such assistance as it can in maintaining the highest possible stand- ards in all University activities and particularly in teaching. It is authorized to examine generally the work of the University, the condition of buildings and grounds and anv other matters relative to the welfare and efficiency of the University. Regular monthlv meetings are held throughout the school year. Sitting (1. to r.): A. J. Goedjen, Green Bay; Mrs. M Hobart, E%anbton, 111.; Mrs. E. Owens, Dousman; Miss G. B. Schoenlebcr, Milwaukee (hoard president). Standing: B. S. Reynolds, Madison; J. W. Jackson, Madison, M A. Law, Chicago, E. W. Krauthoefcr, Milwaukee; C. Gates, Superior. Miss- ■ Mrs. G. Chatterton, Madison; K. R. Nelson, Racine, A A Heald, Milwaukee. IRA L. BALDWIN— Mr. Baldwin, as ' icc-Prcsident of Academic Affairs, helps President Fred make academic improve- ments and changes that are not within the scope of specific schools and colleges. He also heads the Campus Planning Commit- tee, which forms plans f or improvement and changes of the University, and pre- viously served as Dean of the Graduate School and Dean of Agriculture. Ira L. Baldwin, vice-president of Academic Affairs. A. W. Peterson, vice-president of Business and Finance. VICE PRESIDENTS A. W. PETERSON— Mr. Peterson serves as ' ice-President of Business and Finance. He is in charge of all business and finan- cial operations for the University, includ- ing supervising the collection of student fees, purchasing buildings and grounds, accounting, and investing trust funds for the University. He serves as Assistant Sec- retarv of the Board of Regents, and this vear he also holds the office of Treasurer of the Memorial Union Building Committee. 21 Kenneth Little-, Registrar. KENNETH LITTLE Mr. Kenneth Lit- tle in his capacity as Registrar and Di- rector of Student Personnel Services is in charge of registration and records, student emplovment, student counselling, and sta- tistics research. He is also the President of the Department of Higher Education of the National Education Association, Chairman of the Residence Halls commit- tee, and Faculty Representative of the L ' niversity to the Western Colleges con- ference. VICE PRESIDEHTS Lcrov Lubcrg, assistant vice-president of Academic Affairs. LEROY LUBERG— Mr. Leroy Luherg is Assistant to the President, in the field of ■ public relations. He serves as " official I greeter " of the University, which includes making speeches to service cluhs, high schools and other organizations, and ac- cepting awards on behalf of the L ' niver- sity. Last year he left the University to serve in the United States Foreign In- telligence Service. 22 DEAN OF WOMEN As Dea n of Women Mrs. Mark G. Troxcll serves as a counselor to the women students of Wisconsin. In addition to this service her office helps Wisconsin women in other important ca- pacities. Under assistants to the dean of women Emily Chervenik, Grace Douma, and Pauline Utzinger aid is respectively given in occupational and placement prob- lems, Pan-Hellenic activities, and sopho- more and freshman women ' s questions dur- ing those vears. Through these services the widest range of women students ' needs are met. Louise Troxell, Dean of Women. Mrs. Tro. clI aiding a -.tuJciit choose her career. 23 DEAN OF MEN The office of the Dean of Men under Theodore W. Zillman provides guidance and help in university life for the men stu- dents at Wisconsin. Dean Zillman, also a member of the Student Life and Interests Committee, to- gether with his staff attempts to advise campus men in regard to any of the diffi- culties that may face them in their college work. Theodore W. Zillni.in, Dciii ot Men. Mr. Zillman advising students. 24 ' wr ' m tli ' .tiinulating properties ut it.iiiiiii b .nid John Winn, lab assistant, in the insecticide division- cleaning fly pupae from culture medium. Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation The Wisconsin Alumni Research Foun- dation, a corporation not for private profit, was organized in 1925. Its purpose is to encourage and aid scientific research at the L ' niversitv of Wisconsin by providing an- nual grants of money. These funds are ob- tained through the commercial promotion of a number of patents assigned to the Foundation. In addition the Foundation operates a commercial testing laboratory and a vitamin concentrate processing plant. Concentrate division — processing vitamins by incorpora- tion into milk solids for the fortification of fresh, evapo- rated and dried milks. 25 Shi)un rLxciving from Association Executive Secretary John Berge the 1951 golJ- tipped cane annually awarded to the oldest alumnus present at the Half-Centurv Club ' s Reunion Week banquet is Judge Carl Runge, class of ' 86. WISCONSIN ALUMNI ASSOCIATION A few of the Association ' s publications designed to pro- vide service to alumni, new and old. 26 Co-sponsored by the Alumni Association and UW athletic department, summer tours includ- ing Badger gridders help the state get acquainted with the University athletic programs. Seated at right is Ed Gibson, Association field secretary, while sports publicitor Art Lentz shows a football program to Fox River vallev fans. Mrs FriJ.i . klhv is in cspcrt .« tr rt tor newspaper and niagaz pious of termer Wisconsin students % . A. ' ' Distingiiislied alumni P. D. Reed, V. j. Asthenbrener, D. Barne Wackman at the 1952 Founder ' s Day banquet. J. Da In large measure, the stiength of the University of Wisconsin is dependent upon forces operating outside the campus at Madison. Whether these forces are favorable or unfavorable depends, in turn, upon the alumni of the Uni- versity. These alumni are the University ' s ambassadors. Better than any other group or organization, thev can disseminate information about the ideas of research, education and public service that come out from the Madison campus. To do this )ob effectively, they must iirst be informed about the University, its problems and achievements. Secondly, they must have contact with other Badger alumni so that a cooperative effort can be made. It is based on these facts that the work of the Wisconsin Alumni Associa- tion is based. The Association ' s motto is " to promote, by organized effort, the best interests of the University of Wisconsin. " Each year thousands of pieces of mail go out from the Association offices to the some 20,000 alumni members. Principal among these are the Wisconsin Alumnus, monthly magazine; The Wisconsin Football Letter; the Badger Report, which serves as a University newspaper; the Cardinal Communique, which concentrates on budget news and similar UW problems; and News- letters, publications which provide late news. Each year the Association elects a new president and some new members for its board of directors. The president this year is Willard Aschenbrener of Racine, Wis., who works with the directors in settling Association policy. John Berge, Association executive secretary, serves as the main link between alumni, alumni clubs and the University administration. 27 OFFICERS University o HAIGHT, GEORGE I. Chairman of the Board POTTER, HOWARD I. Presiiitttt HAGENAH, WILLIAM Executive Director ALLYN, STANLEY C. X ' lce-Presliletit UULLIS, HARRY A. Vtce-l ' resultin LUHMAN, GEORGE B, Vict-PreuJcnt ami Treasimr STROUD, RAY M. Secretary and Counsel PETERSON, BASIL I. Admiiitttrat t ' e Secretary DIRECTORS ALLYN, STANLEY C. Dayton, Ohio BULLIS, HARRY A. Minneapolis, Minnesota CUTLER, JOSEPH A. Milwaukee, Wisconsin EKERN, HERMAN L. Madison, Wisconsin GREENE, HOWARD T. Genesee Depot, Wisconsin HAGENAH, WILLIAM J. Glencoe, Illinois HODGKINS, WALTER J. Ashland, Wisconsin KOHLER, HERBERT V. Kohler, Wisconsin LUHMAN, GEORGE B. Milwaukee, Wisconsin MAIER, IRWIN Milwaukee, Wisconsin MEAD, GEORGE W. Wisconsin Rapids, Wisconsin MEYER, WALLACE Chicago, Illinois PABST, FRED Ocononiowoc, Wisconsin PHILLIPS, LEWIS E. Eau Claire, Wisconsin POTTER, HOWARD I. Chicago, Illinois RENNEBOHM, OSCAR Madison, Wisconsin SENSENBRENNER, F. J. Neenah, Wisconsin STROUD, RAY M. Madison, Wisconsin TIMM, ARTHUR E. Chicago, Illinois TRANE, REUBEN N. La Crosse, Wisconsin UIHLEIN, ROBERT A. Milwaukee, Wisconsin VAN PELT, CLAYTON F. Fond du Lac, Wisconsin WOOD, PIERPONT J. E. Janesville, Wisconsin HAIGHT, GEORGE I. Chicago, Illinois Left to right: I. L. Baldwin, University of Wisconsin Vice-President of Academic Affairs; W. j. Hagenah, Executive Director; G. I. Haight, Chairman of the Board; H. T. Greene, W. F. Doscher, Director of Centennial Fund Campaign; B. I. Peterson, Adminis- trative Secretary, J. A. Cutler, G. B. Luhman, Vice- President and Treasurer; L. L. Smith, Executive Secrc- tar - of Centennial Fund Campaign; H. I. Potter, President. 28 Wisconsin Foundation The University of Wisconsin FounJatii i is a receiving agency for private gifts to the University. These gifts are used for Univer- sity development in areas which are not ade- quately provided for by the ordinary sources of operating income, that is, tax allocations or income from earnings. In 1946 the Foundation ' s Centennial Fund was established with a goal of $5,000,000 for some of the University ' s special needs. A re- cent reactivation of the campaign, beginning with a year-end solicitation of Wisconsin in- dustrv, has been highly successful. With the Fund goal nearly at the halfwav mark, the campaign is now being focused on Wisconsin citizens. University alumni, the University ' ■Family " including faculty, students and administration. A Wisconsin Center Building, where in- dustry, business, agriculture and the profes- sions will hold short courses, seminars and institutes; and additional fellowships, scho- larships, and special equipment will result from the Centennial Fund. Therefore, when corporations, individuals, charitable foundations, or trust funds wish to make gifts to the University of Wisconsin, the Foundation is a proper agency to receive the gifts. 29 STUDENT SERVICES Meeting the diverse needs of sriideiits on the Wisconsin campus are the eight student services which provide tile administrative means for guiding student life. Frt)m clearing prospective students for admission to the University, direct- ing and aiding them in their registration, to providing the necessary guidance for their activities on the campus is the range of these services. Maintaining the statistics and records of student life, operating the University Residence Halls, and directing the Union; combined with the more personal services of the Student Financial Advisor, Student Counseling Center, and Student Health Service complete the wide scope of services that the University offers to its students. Dr J W. Brown 30 W.J. Ham s f A. F. Gallistd H. B, McCartv UNIVERSITY SERVICES Maintaining a large university such as Wisconsin requires the services and skills of a variety of people. Directors and staffs of the University radio sta- tion, library, and hospital together with the services of the Departments of Building and Grounds, and Physical Plant and Planning all work to provide the services necessary in running an effective university. The controller and secretary to the treasurer serve the University in business and hnancial ' Ct. J TF : ' ' ' ■ ' ' j . y J ' ' ' ' ' ■ ' . ' ■ ' . J ' ■ ' t " kM %¥■ ' ' — , ' " ' 7 - . ' .:■- -— • j j .f l ir:ry-, r. ii Student Government The students who took part in the governing organizations during I95I-I952 are serving the student body. Their aim is to maintain the record of self-government enjoyed by those attending the University of Wisconsin. Student Board Student Board in session. The Student Board has approved a Student Bill of Rights and has met prt)blems of academic freedom on the campus. It worked to secure an audit of student accounts and has formed a committee to hear student complaints concerning campus police. The Board selects student members for the Coop Board and Student Court. It interviews and nominates student candidates for the chairmanship of spe- cial projects and for membership on student-faculty committees. The Student Board, as the legislative body of the Wisconsin Student Association, also finances the activities of the WSGA and the WMA. The Board works on faculty evaluation, Junior Prom, and similar projects through its six com- missions. . rthur Laun, president of Student Board, 4s! jght:]. Langer, R. Revnolds. H. Hendricks, B. Barton, . .-Mhin, J. Jenson, J. Cutlip. B. Laun, M. Wade, A Laun, , R. Baer, C. Zabrocki, D. Mitchell, E, Nvhu,, D. Weir, J. Searle, D. Waid. SeMcd at riiht: D. Carter, R. Frirz Lip to Right, j. Langer, R. Re S. J " " -, . . L ni:MR. All AIRS l-.;-,f K " K J. to r _. 1) oss, L. Schcintcid, Pollack, A. Robinson, Professor Golighiiy. Sicond Row: S. DcMerrill, G. Jacobs, S. Sinaiko, J. Hansen, J. Cameron, V. Nickerson, T. Mora- tazani. NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL- froW Kow (I. to r.):J. Cutler, B. Besscrlich, T. Brown. SeceiiJKou.M. Mathicn, J. Scott, L. Werncckc, A. Scibold. Student Board Commissions N.S.A. — Left m Right: S. DeMerrel, A. Mathews, G. Bluin, H. Hinrichs, G. Watson, B. Dyrhovd, L. Scheinfcldt, E. L. Garwig, R. Hertlein, J. Quisenberrv, R. Wesner. PUBUC RELATIONS— i-M t (1- to r.): L. Stegner, G. Marks, P. Lohmann, L. Goldncr, P. Ash, V. Nickerson. Standing: L. Croman, J, Hciser, M. Weiby, D. Carter, J. Binninb, K. Klotz, P. Hays. SOCIAL AFFAIRS— Lt to Right: J. Ghisclin, I. Herman, T. Rosen- berg, N. Runkel, D. Waid, J. Frank, unidentified, C. Vakc-s, D. Stein- hilber, unidentified. 34 Lrft to Right: A. Lew, D. Vohlken, H. SJiuhL-rt, Larnall.J. Kuc-hncmann, B. Hamilton, A. Lapidus, B. Laun, M. Minton, R, Pellegrino. Barbara Laun, president of WSGA. WSG A In order to plan programs to meet the needs of the college coeds, WSGA began its year with a House President s conference. An annual highlight was the Careers Conference which emphasized the woman ' s place in the armed services. Wisconsin Men ' s Assoc, again had a very successful year. Last May General Hershey spoke to the men on their relationship to the draft for the coming year. Job Opportunities Conferences, Social Hygiene; Instruction programs. Men ' s Night, and the revised student-faculty basketball provided aid and information to the students. WM A Ltjt to Rigir B. Wada, T. Barland, C. Maier, F. Schroeder, B. Knolinski, J. Langcr, P. Ash, B. Stringer, J. Peliseck, T. Shannon, A. Allen. John Langer, president of ' M. . 35 Stilted (1. to r.): Mrs. Dons Willis, clerk; D. Sordcn, defense counsel; D. Palmaticr; C. Vandc Zandc, chief justice; N. Madisen; D. Mueller, prosecutor; A. Schumacker, prosecutor. StLindtng: F. Huber. L. Harring- ton, T. Barland, R. Miller, mning: W. Devine, N. Kvalheim. II Student Court Student Court is composed of seven University students. Its function is to provide a fair and impartial hearing hy students for student infractions of Student Board legislation, established student regulations, and student con- duct. Summer Student Board Besides handling various administrative problems, reports, and appoint- ments, the board set up a procedure for the registration and certification of solicitors on the campus and established the ground work for revising the University Social Regulations. The main project for the summer was a dime drive to help the migrant workers of Waupun and their children. Officers were: Jennie Stumpf, president; Dan Carter, vice-president; Betty Sime, secretary; Marvin Kahn, treasurer. Lt to Right: P. Roach, M. Sarles, C. . n.isto-, D. Mitchel, J. Davis, M. Vileden, . . Fields, M. Kahn, E. Green, B. Sime, J. Stumpf 36 Part of the job of the Senior Council is to keep the senior class informed of coming events. Senior Council We opened the activities of the Class of 1952 with a convocation to select the Class Gift; the members of the Class, it was felt, should have the real say about the gift . . . and they chose courageously to aid the Campus Literary Magazine. During the vears to come, other projects too would receive Class attention via the Memorial Trust Fund established bv the Class to make its gift a reality. There were things and events other tha n the Gift, however, some more, some less exciting. In January, with Max Otto at the speaker ' s rostrum, we said " Au Revoir " to some 900 mid-year grads . . . and President and Mrs. Fred gave them a reception. In the Spring, there was the drive to raise funds for the Memorial Trust Fund — hard work, but just part of the story . . . there was play, too, after the last hnals. We picnicked together, renewed acquaintances and made new ones over potato salad, chips and beer . . . we danced together at our last student dance, the Senior Ball . . . we held an honors convocation, and . . . . . . then our long awaited hour arrived and we too, as Classes before us, moved silentlv through the heavy doors of the Field House to take our place in the future. ont Kow (1. to r.}: C. Bvlsma, H. Blohm, R. Alschuler, B. Jahns, J. Kraase, L. Freizcr, C. Westerland, D. Wilke. md Rou: ]. Stumpf, H. Schuburt, B. Lail, D. Schaaf, J. Weber, M. Fraser, R. Patrow. Third Row: B. Douglas, D. ich, M. Johnson, D. Carter, .-V. Gruhc. fwrM Rsav C. Saunders, J. ' an De Bogart, T. Schmidt. Clarance Bvlsma, senior class president. m qpQ 37 " " ' ' OHUH aADOE., " ' " ■ ' K ,ec o„ J " " ° » on.-r ' ' " ' ' " ' ■ " govern editor. N, College of Agriculture S ' ji (jiily throu h irjstrucljou ui the JJictJjods, aud pnjblcms (jf farm- ing docs the CoJJcgc of Agriculture serve the state, hut a)s(j through its Experirrjc-ntal Station, short courses, farm gatherings, and home economic courses. The OjJJcgc ' s most important roJc is aiding the farmers (jf America ' s Dairyiand tfj improve their soils, crops, and njarketing of products. ' 4 Agricultural-Home Economics Student Council Ag-Home Ec Student Council representing the seventeen clubs and or- ganized houses of the College of Agriculture and the School of Home Eco- nomics, is the guiding force of the Ag Campus. Its members promote worth- while activities on the Ag and Home Ec Campus and foster better student- faculty relations. Activities include: The Ag Activities Junction, the Harvest Ball, the Mid- Winter Ball, and the Ag-Home Ec Student Facultv Banquet where awards arc presented. Officers were: B. Miller, president; L. Hansen, vice-president; M. Mayer, secretarv; C. Huber, treasurer. Ftrst Rm- 0- to r. : V. Tavlor, A. J. Pctric, C. Kractsch, M. Fuller, H. Killingscad, F. Brown. SiconJ Rou: Miss V. Lewis, C. Huber, L. Hansen R. Miller, I. Schowaltcr, C. Halada, D. Pringlc, M. Finncr, Mr. R. Gerhardt. TiirJ Rtnc: D. Connors, D. Magnin, D. Kucscl, D. Jindra, S. Hale, R. Craig, C. Kust, A. Brehm, S. Ebcrhardt, D. Holt, R. Scharschmidt, J. Dcnsmore, K. 41 Blue Shield and 4 H Blue Shield members experience group leadership with people of all ages. They sponsor Rural Art Show, Country Life Players, Rural Life Conferences, Extension trips. Promotion of the culture in agriculture is their aim. Officers are: M. Maver, president; P. Craker, vice-president; A. Janz, treasurer; Prof. J. Barton, faculty advisor. 4 H cluh members ' common interests were the annual barn dance, the Ag Campus Talent Show and the spring picnic with Blue Shield. Officers are: F. Brown, president; J. Schults, vice-president; S. Steele, secretary; J. Tonkin, treasurer; E. Hill and B. Carter, advisors. First Kow (I. to r.): H. Montford, R. Carlson, J. McCallum, C. Manke, A. Dunce, J. Stebens, J. Schultz, German student, L. Swatz, E. Lange, R. Scotch, R. Moslcy, D. Gaebaur. Stcond Row; C. Feathers, M. Conlin, A. L. Gard, M. A. Kennedy, L. L. Cline, M. M. Slaughter, Professor Barton, L. Mar- quardt, P. Sachsenmaier, E. Marth, G. Rahmlow, R. Hclbv. Third Row: ] . Wendt, Siamese student, not identified, M. [. Klcinheinz. G. Davenport, S. Steele, ). Sandemeier, F. Brown, J. Krause, M. Fierek, N. Wedul, H. Strasslurg, D. Craig, L. Jahns, R. Pringle, R. Block. Fourth Row: D. Yoeher, L. Shank, ' F. Bolett, C. Wieckcrt, R. Schcafcr, A. Javorck, O. Heinkc, N. DcBvIe, L. Colbeck, D. Magnin, R. Siegert, J. Slaughter, ). Krause, W. Noel, E. Arnold, C. Thcdens. Fifth Row: ]. Wclk, C. Schlaefer, D. G. Moore, Hanson, not identified, R. Bicderer, E. Hadafuss, P. Craker, N. Everson, M, Hansen, not identified, D. Wiedkcrt. 42 First Rou,il tor.jrM. Welbv.J. Pcrrin, N. Curtin, N. Paddock, M. ScallonJ. Kastc, G. Linthicum. StconJ Rou: S. Miller, M. Mohr, A.J. Pcme, Mrs. Beech, Mrs. Sigglekow, Miss ' andenbergh, M. Blackburn, B. Barret. Third Rm.- M. Marion, J. Benisch, E.Watson, J. Smith, M. Knilans, M. SamscI, N. Schulcnberg, G. O ' Connor, D. DuGomoise, J. Speith, M. Swanson, H. Townes, M. Jacobson, N. Newman. Fourth Row: M. Korfagc, D. Pallet, N. Seegcrs, R. Prochaska.J. Phcils, M. Vaughn, J. Janscn, M. E. Haslow, P. Lackin,J. Schwartz, M. Brusok,J. Hubbard. Euthenics Club is an organization for students and faculty members in Home Economics. It is affiliated with the Wisconsin Home Economics Asso- ciation and with the American Home Economics Association, College Club Division. Euthenics took part in Ag. Walkaround, the annual Christmas Fair, and the Spring Fashion Show which was held in the Union Plav Circle. The officers for the year were: A. J. Petrie, president; M. Blackburn, secretary; M. Mohr, vice-president; B. Barrett, treasurer; N. Paddock, his- torian; S. A. Miller, publicity; M. Fuller, Ag. Student Council representa- tive. Mrs. Lohr, Miss andenhergh and Mrs. Si gelkow, advisors. Euthenics Club 43 First Row (1. to r.): M. Fuller, P. Meyer, L. Von Dahlen, C. Kolb. Second Row: M. Aschenbrenner, L. Kaseguma, J. Ritter, Miss Cramer, S. Jevne, M. Wileden, A. Wehrle, B. Steffen. Third Row: H. Killingstad, B. Felt, M. Moore, G. Schubert, G. Bush, M. Brown, A. Brown, C. Kraetsch, D. Stevens, C. Sutherland. Phi Upsilon Omicron is a professional home economics fraternity with 37 active chapters over the country. It is an organization to promote and advance home economics through national and local programs. The local chapter holds professional meetings featuring people in the home economics helds. A picnic in the spring and a Christmas party were two highlights of the year. And to prove they can really " do " as well as study home ec, the girls put on a Christmas bazaar and sold all sorts of hand made items from stuffed toys to knitted mittens. Officers were: M. Wileden, president; S. Jevne, vice-president; M. Aschen- brenner, secretary; and L. Kaseguma, treasurer. Phi Upsilon Omicron 44 American Society of Agricultural Engineers First Row (,1. to r.;; P. Koslovvskv, J. Wachuta, V. Chancellor, W. Bohm, G. Hoppc, R. McFarlanc, L. Appleyard. Saonil Row: D. Woolhiser, D. Hillman, H. Baar, M. Fmner, W. Tcmpas, M. Burrows, L. Olson. D. Pringle. Thini Row: V. Gipp, D. Lindsav, D. Gash, C. Cramer, N. Axnick, F. Andersen, D. Nercn- hausen. Fo»rr Row: D. Hartung, J. Balis, D. Osenga, R. Wutke, W. Moilien, D. Hartung, H. Brikowski. The members of the Wisconsin Student Branch of the American Society of Agricultural Engineers consist of farm equipment majors and ag. engineers. Activities included field trips, speakers, annual banquet, and picnic. Officers were: M. Finner, president; W. Tempas, vice-president; M. Bur- rows, secretarv-treasurer; and Prof. H. D. Bruhn, faculty advisor. The Babcock Dairv Science Club, a student chapter of the American Dairy Science Association, is composed of students interested in the advancement of the dairy industry and in gaining invaluable dairying experience. The club strives to give the student a clearer picture of the dairy industry, its practices, problems, and opportunities. Officers were: Don Brick, president; Dave Connor, vice-president; Roy Tjepkema, secretary-treasurer; and Dr. W. C. Winder, faculty advisor. First Row (1. to r. L. C. Thomscn, D. M. Iruine, D. Brick, D. Connors, R. Cherkaskv. J. ]. fanzen. Sccom! Row: H. Jeiinski, H. R. Hanson, K. W. Smith, L. Mork, R. Gehring, N. Olson, D. Nepenuel. ThrJ Row: C. Degener, D. Hovt, C. Huber, L. Lederman, J. Zehrcn, H, Wecnsh, J. Schroeder. Babcocic Dairy Science Club 45 Future Farmers of America ...,„• K,m I u I h.n.k luin.v-. Don b.o. AriuK Boiirj ii, Pr. t J A J.iiiKs, Pml W T. H|or..kcr, Ausiin Buvk, Norbcrt SlIlilih i, Ir.ink Gukyiiski, Tom L.ir ' -on St ' iiiJ Rmv Willi.im Rciiihjrd, EvLrctt Roberts, Donald Hclgcson, Armin Janz, Norman Evcrson, William Becker, Herman Sartor, James Tonkin, Merlvn Rabe-, Lester Finder, Don Schwarz. Third Row: Jcrold Apps. Albert Javorek, Walter Zaida, Robert Miller, David Hagcn, George Olson, Diiane Kramer, Harold Strassburg, Harold Huth, Andrew Torrcncc. The Collegiate Chapter of Future Farmers of America, sponsored by the Department of Agricultural Education, open to former F.F.A. members and prospective teachers of vocational agriculture, provides beneficial experiences to future teachers of vocational agriculture. The Landscape Council Ring is an organization of students with similar interests by which they may associate themselves for social and educational contact. It is designed to promote interest in landscape architecture, and to concern itself with the enlarging of horizons in the profession of Landscape Architecture. Officers were: S. W. Eberhardt, president; R. M. Mortimore, vice-president; C. E. Arnold, secretary; R. E. Grunwald, treasurer. First Row (I. to r.): Prof. J. S. Elfner, R. N. Mortimore, S. W.lEberhardt,lProf. G. W. Longenecker, E. R. Hasselkis, R. C. Walkoc. Second Row; G. W. Wiedmann, D. ' M. Koegel, E. H. Zube, R. D. Espeseth, D. W. Oscnga, S. A. Malbon. Missmf,: C. E. Arnold, K. K. Clark,.). W. Dustrude, W. C. Fucik, R. E. Grunwald, ]. A. Hammond, W. D. Iverson, A. W. Kickel, J. E. Lang, R. J. Morten, H. F. Schweikart, S. C. Sevcrson, ' B. G. Wexcnberg, D. A, Woolhiser Landscape Council Ring VII DMi MmmiiiMM f|]ff Home Economics Frances Zuill, Dean of the Home Economics School. The School of Home Economics prepares its students for home and family living, and for professions that grow out of home economics. This back- ground can be obtained in the four departments of the school: foods and nu- trition; clothing and textiles; related art; and home management and family living. The new wing of the Home Economics building will be ready for use in the fall of 1952, and the School will occupy the entire building when the solution of the housing for the extension division is found. The departments of Home Economics will then be unified, which will be convenient for stu- dents and faculty. The Home Economics School, under the direction of Frances Zuill, continu- ed to further research into food methods. A new addition to the school, started in 1951, will increase the facilities available to the staff and students both in laboratory and class. Students working in the tood ' sjab. A nutrition class in the Home Economics School. 4Ul J 47 Omicron Nu, (ouiiJcd iii 1912, is a national honorary society tor outstandnig women in the lieid of home economics. Members are selected mainly on the basis of outstanding scholarship after they have completed five semesters of school. Objectives of the organization are the recognition and promotion of scholar- ship, leadership, and research in home economics. These, Eta chapter has accomplished in several ways. Omicron Nu First Row (1. to r.): M. RusscI, V. Bush, J. Miller. Second Row: M. Miller, M. Mellen, H. KiUingstad, M. Cowlts, M. W ' llcdcn. ThrJ Rou: M. Black- burn, V. Geraldson, A. Wehrle, J. deGoumois, M. Futtrell, C. Gibson, R. Chang. 48 L " l School of Commerce In tifty-two years of outstanding growth the School of Commerce has prepared over live thousand graduates for positions in business and economic life. With headquarters at Sterling Hall the school offers over one hundred courses in thirteen different departments. mi M I Alpha Kappa Psi Alpha Mu of Alpha Kappa Psi strives to focus attention on ail aspects of Commerce bv providing hi-monthlv dinner meetings with prominent speakers in fields of Commerce, and varied social functions. With a successful rushing session the chapter is assured of a bright future in the vears to come. Officers for the past year include G. A. Rice, president; J. J. Gessert, vice- president; J. J. Yanikovvski, secretary; and D. Rohm, treasurer. Dean F. H. Elwell acted as advisor for the chapter. First Row (1. to r.): D. B. Wilkc, M. J. Milinkovic, F. Hcider. W. F. Rcillv, C. Skmncr, N. D. Quartaro. Stcond Kow: D. DcLong, C. M. Poad, J. E. Gc-sscrt, G. A. Rice-, J. J. Vanikowski, R. G. Shcdcskv, J. R. Price, R. E. Skogg. Thml Row: C H. Rogers, C. I. Kocpkc, C. L. Trine, A. H. Hamlin, A. W. Dcnkcrc, R. D. Rochrs, D. Branson, D. H. Bennett, R. Laskowske, J. Bergtold. Fomh Row: J. Fassie, R. Briggs, R. C McGinre, |. R. Mills, D. R. Krcnz, G. Mathews, H. G. Laun, G. E. Turtle, A. Gonce. Mm;«j.- J. Alseth, R. E. Anderson, D. A. Beck, R. E. Bockeloh, |. C. Breckenfeld, K. C. Brulev, H. L. Buchanan, R. D. Cal dwell, J. J. Christenson, R. G. Flowers, R. C. Lasher, S. E. Rcmholtz, D. E. Rohm, H. J. Zick, 50 Fmt Row (1. to r. ): B. Davis, J. LcRosc, R. Lorcnz, R. Flowers, J. Bower, J. Brenzcl, D. Schaat, C. Christie. SuvnJ Ruk. J. Gcsscrt, R. Price. J. Christoph, K. Peterson, F. Moore, R. Wells, D. Curran, D. Wilke. Thml Kow: A. Hanlin, M. Sontag, R. Aspinwall, H. Hinrichs, A. Adkins, J. Joekem, K. Strutz. Fourth Row: P.Jacobs, G. Torgerson, C. L. Trine, C. Brockman, J. Lutz, R. Lampe, J. Walsh, O. Kuenzi. Fjft Row}. Peircye, D. Roehm, D. Nowatski. Stxr.h Row: G. Cope, D. Syftestad, R. Peterson, C. Jewell, D. Krause, D. Carlton, H. Lcmke, O. Buhl. Not in Picture: P. Galeski, A. Laun, R. Sergenian, S. Reinholtz, G. Rice, D. Rohm, A. Anderson, A. Messerschmidt. Beta Alpha Psi is the national accounting fraternitv. Promoting better accounting practices and methods is the primary aim of the fraternity. During the vear, outstanding men in the accounting fields address the group on the latest developments in the business world and the role of the accountant in these developments. Officers of Beta Alpha Psi are: R. Flowers, president; J. Brenzel, vice- president; R. Lorcnz, treasurer; S. Reinholtz, secretary; D. Schaaf, assistant secretarv. Beta Alpha Psi 51 An organization of national importance. Beta Ganiiiia Sigma lias 53 active chapters and over 20,000 members, and is unique in that it is the only hon- orarv fraternity in the field of commerce and business recogni ed b ' the American Association of Collegiate Schools of Business. The objectives of Beta Gamma Sigma arc to encourage and reward scholar- ship and accomplishment in the field of business studies among students and graduates of collegiate schools of business, to promote the advancement and spread of education in the science of business, and to foster principles of honesty and integrity in business practice. The officers were: A. Faun, president; R. Merow, vice-president; A. Fins, advisor and secretary-treasurer. Beta Gamma Sigma First Row (1. to r.): J. Pease, Professor Lins, A. Laun, Dean El well, Professor Trumbowtr, R. Merow, J. Conlin. Sicemit Raw: R. Anderson, A. Messer- schmidt, L. Makowski, H. Solberg, R. Kwapil, W. Engel, H. Brown, R. Flowers. Third Row: G. Kaasa, D. Geraldson, J. Lathrop, S. Fink, D. Roehni, D. Syftestad, F. Wilkens, G. Torgerson, L. Trine, R. Lorenz, R. Gerhard. 52 First Row (I. to r.): R- R- Rada, J. A. Pease, K. Kimmel, N. Kocppel, P. J. Roberts, G. F. Nilsson, K. Munir, T. D. Stocks. Second Row: G. E. Miracle, D. Ferrari, C. Mesoloras, J. Depew, Professor F. M. Craner, W. Engel, D. Lindstrom, R, Luper, R. A. Maltbv. Third Row: S. A. Thecroci, R. A. Cham- berlin, H. M. Lunde, R. E. Swcnson,,). R. Hoffman,]. Christensen, G. Bark, J. Terns, D.Johnson, H. W. Alles.W. D. Marx, P. McFee, W. V. Doering. Finance Society The Finance Society of the University of Wisconsin entered its fourth year on campus. The Society ' s purpose has been to promote an interest and under- standing of the many phases of the financial world and to familiarize the student with the actual problems of that world. Guest speakers from the various branches of the field, as well as field trips and discussion periods, have helped attain this objective. Advisors: Professor H. G. Fraine and Professor F. M. Grancr. Officers: W. R. Engel, president; R. Luper, D. Lindstrom, C. Mesoloras, vice-presidents; J. Depew, secretary; D. Ferrari, treasurer. 53 Gamma Alpha Chi Gamma Alpha Chi, national professional advertising sororitv, chooses its members from the School of Commerce, School of Journalism, Home Eco- nomics, and Art. Affiliation with the Advertising Federation of America gives Gamma Alpha Chi graduates valuable contacts with successful men and women in the advertising world. At the " Honors Dav Banquet, " Februarv 21, the top senior woman in Advertising and the outstanding woman in the advertising profession were given recognition. Officers were: J. Cox, president; L. Thiobeau, vice-president; B. Oberling, secretary; R. Holzer, treasurer; C. W. Dunn, faculty advisor. First Kou (1 tor ) P Grossmann, P Havs. L. Thibodcau,,]. Cox, B, Oberling, R. Holz Cunnicn, J Cohen,] Mot Second Kmc: A. Matt, N Krucgcr, D. Eggcrt, J. Haglund, M. 54 Classes 111 Industrial Management . . . Commerce School. Delt a Sigma Pi is a commerce and business administration designed to guide members in professional, educational, and social programs in addition to regular undergraduate work. The Psi chapter, formed on the Wisconsin campus in 1923, followed the organization of the hrst chapter at New York in 1907. The fraternity sponsors a professional program with a scries of speakers, industrial tours, discussion meetings, placement counseling, educational mo- tion pictures, and similar activities. The social program, designed for fun and social development includes annual Christmas and spring formals, after-game dances, costume parties and pledge parties. Officers were: E. Wojciechowski, headmaster; C. Nelson, sr. warden; P. Stronthenke, scribe; and W. Munz, treasurer. Delta Sigma Pi 55 The- University of Wisconsin Insurance Society ' s purpose is to raise stand- ards of interest, performance and etliics in the profession of insurance and to heighten appreciation of the social and economic services of insurance. Several scholarships have been secured and an inspection trip through a leading insurance company in Milwaukee was held early in the fall. The Society, through its Newsletter, has aided many insurance students to secure job opportunities throughout the country. Officers were: H. Solberg, president; J. Larson, vice-president; j. Stumpf, secretary; R. Larson, treasurer; and Professor C. C. Center, faculty advisor. Insurance Society Fmt Row (1. to r.); R. Anderson, C. L. Waters, C. Arndt, G. Diamond, C. Hughes, A. A. Daitch, R. E. Larson. SeconiJ Row: D. A. Schultz, N. A. Peter- son, P. Smith, R. Niedfeldt, R. Larson, treasurer; H. Solberg, president; J. Stumpf, secretary, C. Lau, W. Riffany. T iiril Row: Professor C. C. Center, faculty advisor; A. Usri, R. M. Heins, G. G. Gronert, J. A. Kanehl, H. C. Borland, J. F. Radtke, D. E. Andersen, K. K. Sepersky, C. T. Koepkc, L. M. Collins, E.J. Wojciechowski, C. P. Kcdzie, D. T. Aunc, J. M. Nimlos, F. O. Christian, G. R. Snow. 56 1 ' First Row 0- tor. , K. KcJtJ, W . S.ntMiiiLr, R. BL g on,J S:i c, E Buchniann, D. StolzmanJ. Ko-kr, SmiiJ R ' ur bl.mk, G Stiickcrt, H, Broun, W. Y. Nelson, M. Sorensen, E. Werner, I. V. Fine, D. |. Rvan, V. Karns. ThinlRmi:]. Burckle, blank, N. Hunger, C. Kranendonk, J. Thencll, R. Staerkle, R. Kochler, C. White, W. Berth, R. Peters, C. Podd, G. Kaasa, D. DeLong, D. Voss, M. Milinkovic. Marketing Club Organized in November of 1949, the Srudent Marketing Cluh at the Uni- versity of Wisconsin is one of seventv-five similar student organizations affiliated with the American Marlceting Association. The purposes of the club are: To foster scientific studv and research in the field of marketing and to develop sound thinking in marketing theory and more exact knowledge and definition of marketing principles. Officers were; D. Stolzman, president; D. Mitchell, vice-president; E. Lerner, secretarv-treasurer; E. Buchmann, corresponding secretary; Professors J. H. Westing and I. V. Fine, faculty advisors. 57 m f r. K.!, I to ' 1 ' W J. LidulJJi. H liiiih. M. Sorcnson, K. Cubcl Jin, O, K.KrdiLr.C. Ndxl, M, Sholtcs.C. ChrisansL-n, Smm Row: P, MacDonalJ, D. I ii,n,, 1 ( ,, ll ' ,r,l K,iw: E. MListkothL-n, M. FiirchtL-nicht, A. Sclimicgi;, P. Roberts, E. Murphy, C Aiik.iK) M. Waters, S. Stukins, G. Hocl, D. Dcdow, D. Stamitti. iniLn.R. Mcrow, |, Pea; A Robinson. Fourth Ro Phi Chi Thcta, national sororirv for women in commerce, enables its mem- bers to keep in closer contact with activities of the School of Commerce anJ with men and women already successes in the business world. On March 2 the annual Founders ' Day Banquet was held, with members ot the active chapter exchanging views with returning alumnae and faculty members. Guest speakers at business meetings and Senior Send-OfF were other highlights of the year. Officers were: R. Merow, president; J. Pease, vice-president; M. Cunnien, secretary; D. Pernor, treasurer; Prof. A. Lins, faculty advisor. Phi Chi Theta 58 o rs o P! n 8 i " ! S 8 8 Real Estate and Home Building Association r! rl (i ' p 4 F;rjf RoK ' (1. to r.): E. Burich; V, McCarvilie, director, H. joiio, executive secretary, W. NeUon, preMiieiit, Dr. R. Andrews, facultv advisor; N. Hvnek, director, D. Branson, social chairman; R. Knothe, treasurer; A. Larson. Second Row: t). Holt, A. Rcinhold, D. Flax, D. Brown, J. Imse, C. Rogers, director; O. Uggerby, I. Recht, R. Schallcr. Third Kow: F. Hrovat, R. Nicholson, N. Knutson, D. Kowing, R. Youell, S. Bragdon, R. Kletzien, E. Dumback. The Real Estate and Home Building Association of the University of Wis- consin was founded in January, 1948, under the guidance of Richard U. RatclifF, Professor of Land Economics. The Association was organized to promote greater interest and enthusiasm in the helds of real estate and home building. The purpose of the student chapter of the Society for Advancement of Management is to bring together all students interested in the various phases of management, so that thev mav broaden and develop these interests. S. A. M. stimulates interest and understanding in the scientihc principles of management. Officers were: J. Albritton, president; F. Hcider, vice-president; R. Kostner, secretary; and R. Koehler, treasurer. First Kow ( . to r.):J. Zimmerman, M. Milinkovic, |. Stumpf, |. Albritton, R. Koehler,], Erbe, C. Krucger. Stcond Kow: O. Buhl, C. Bingman, R. Mullcr, R. Ilehman, S! Stukins, J. Jentz, R. . cbischer. Third Row: H. Worden, R. Mergy, C. Sicowitz, R. Staerkle, C. Andcrbcrg, R. VandeLeest, R. Laskowske. Missmg: J. Mills, F. Hieder, C Nouri, I, Hcckman, . - Schumann, C. White, I. Abramowitz. Society for the Advancement of Management 59 1 " 1 i ■ GH SCHOQi : J« 1 School of Education Preparing future teachers with a professional education in the lields of general, art, physical, and recreational education is the function of the School of Education. In addition to these curricula a degree is also granted in Occupational Therapy. The School is under the direction of Dean Guy Fovvlkes. 1 ft A chtmistrv class, School of Education. Education The School of Education, under the leadership of Dean Guv Fowlkes, pro- vides the professional education preparation for prospective teachers. The professional preparation provided by several departments rests upon a solid platform of general education. Through course work and actual held experi- ence participation in both high school and communitv activities, the De- partment of Education provides the professional background needed in the teaching profession. Pamphlets and hooks arc a ailablc to Education students in the Education librar Speech class in action Scheders SrMrJO- to r): L. Guntcr, G. Schlacgtr, R. Dahni ., 1. H.iriT, M. Franc, R. Rczash. Sr.im nif,- Prof. T. Harris, B ' on Scpgtrii, D- Williams, L. Rczash, R. Winter, R. Peterson, B. Jacobson, Prof. F.J. Estvan. The Scheders or School of Education organization group promotes social activities between students and faculty bv undertaking various service func- tions. This year Scheders has become affiliated with the N. E. A. of America. Officers were: I. Harff, president; R. Dahns, vice-president; M. Shaw, secretary; and M. Franc, treasurer. To produce directors and instructors in physical education including coaching of all sports, health education, and general science is the aim of the Department of Physical Education. The courses provided are for a total of four years. Opportunity for graduate work leading to a degree is also offered. Up on your heels . . . down on your toes. Physical Education for Men Physical Education for Women A mastered serve in tennis can mean winning the game. The Physical Education Dcpartmcnr women) provides a course designed to prepare teachers for all tvpes of positions in Phv. Ed. and to lay the founda- tion for future specialization in this profession and related helds. Most of the future teachers in the School of Education practice then- train- ing at some time in the Wisconsin High School classes. These classes enable the University students to use their knowledge and to account many of the problems that arise in the teaching profession. A universirv student practice teaching at Wisconsin High School. Wisconsin Higii School 63 College of Engineering The demand for engineers is once again great as the United States prepares to face aggression. Training chemical, civil, electrical, me- chanical, and mining and metallurgical engineers, the School of Engineering is helping to fill this demand. Besides training future engineers, the college conducts important research upon industrial problems. M F:rsr Raw {[. to r.): R- Rosenkrantz, R. Susdorf, A. How.trth, j. Ringcnolous, O. Kastc, J. Brown. StconJ Row: T. Peterson, J. Haancn, J. O ' Mcara, C. Thclin, C. Meaning, E. Goetsch, R. Awe. Missing R. Wcigend. Polygon hoard serves as a co-ordinating group for the Engineering student body- Each of the engineering societies elects two representatives to form the fourteen-man board. Polygon sponsors the annual St. Pat ' s Ball as well as various social and educational projects for the engineering college. At present, plans for revising the Engineering Exposition are under wav. Officers were: J. O ' Meara, president; E. Goetsch, secretary; R. Weigend, treasurer. Polygon Board 65 The Wisconsin Chapter of the American Institute of Chemical Engineers began as the chemical engineers society shortly before the first World War and became affiliated with the national organization in 1925. Throughout the years it has been the aim of the organization to make better engineers, to liave the students become better acquainted with each other, and to better familiarize them with the chemical engineering profession. Officers were: L. Stueber, president; F. Bichl, vice-president and treasurer; J. Sporakowski, secretary; Prof, W. K, Neiil, advisor; Prof. R. A. Ragatz, counselor. A. I. ch. E r fin, R,M I. to r. ): G. Pliszka, R. Rudcnacht. C. Gandhi, |. Sporakowski, F. Bichl, L. StiiLbcr, H. Kanctki, G, Rasmussen, R. Wilson, G. Hicmcr, R. Burkhalter. ScconJ Rou: R. Pctrusek, J. Hoffman, R. Johnson, |. Schwind, R. Gottschalk, D. Pollock, S. McKibbms, L. Trimbtrgc-r, J. Rc-vnolds, W. Reynolds, L. Walker, M. Walsh, M. Mueller. Tbrnt Row. R. Zaffrann, C. Degner, R. Awe, J. Buchanan, E. Flcischfresser, C. Bossart, D. Deiwiche, M. Benson, L. Rutz, D. Weir, F. Prasynsk i, G. Drengler. Fo„rt , Row: D. Domrose, A. Eichlcr, R. Pflug, D. Bartholmew, J. Menkc, E. Treibel, G. Gcycr, J. Mcrgy, G. Simon, R. Hayw.ard, Jr., R. Gricsbach, D. Rasmussen, K. Chao. 66 First Row (1. to r.): O. Kri a, W Filbcv , T Yu, R balcmka, E Gcigcr, C Thclin, H Anton, D Zuttcr Second Kow: A. Antonisscrn, L. Haigh, R. Finkc, J. Enders, F. Fenske, C. Schoettlcr, G. Pokornv, R. Kacmarvnbki, H. Spcncc, L. Talker, J. Hustcd. Third Row: R. Lcisso, D. Pringlc, Blank, ). Quinn, F. Schulte, D. Scrvais, C. Menning, W. Stapcl, R. Smith, ' W. Barthel, W. Dries, H. Rcnnat, C. Bonner, R. Richards, J. O ' Meara. Fourth Row. T. Mocrc, R. Olcott, M. Bcheim, M. Randar, W. Prus, G. Kcmpingcr, D. Haas, E. Sicvcrkropp. A. HcggL-, R. Biitschcr, J. Friesser, R. Seidl E. Pcn- kalski, C. Krucgcr. Ftith Row: H. Watson, R. Fcnskc, W, Conrov, R, Rcimcr, K. Kiimnicr, D. Bngham, R. Stanton, R. Travcr, G. Zavadii, K. Schmidt, N. Fletcher, P. Winskell, G. Jacobv. Sixth Row: S. Carter, j. Mitchell, R. Zach. H. Brown. R. Wutke, E Jagodzinski, R. Lodzinski, W. Schoof, J. Gillc, B. Cafferty. A.S.M.E. The American Society of Mechanical Ent ineers, student branch, is the oldest engineering society on the campus. The purposes of the society are to broaden the student ' s acquaintance with the practical side of engineering. At monthly meetings speakers present interesting talks relating much of the student ' s classroom theory to practical engineering. Field trips and edu- cational hlms also provide additional knowledge in acquainting the student with applied engineering. Officers for the year 1951-52 were: R. Lcisses, chairman; P. Winskell, vice- chairman; R. Richards, secretary; D. Zutter, secretary; R. Seidl, treasurer; J. O ' Meara, and C. Menning, Polygon Board Representatives; Prof. 11. W. Leutwilcr, honorarv chairman. 67 Eta Kappa Nu Eta Kappa Nu is the Electrical Engineering honorary fraternity. Its mem- bers are chosen from the upper portion of the junior and senior Electrical Engineering classes, on the basis of scholarship, character, and personality. HKN works in close cooperation with the Electrical Engineering staff, the Polygon Board, and the other professional and honorary organizations. First Kow (1. to r.): W. Margopoulovs, j. MtL.inc, D. Van-Zceland, F. Balash, M. Clissa. Second Rim: T. More sea, F. Hagtdorn, G. Wong, P. Szcrcmeta, VV. Schultz, E. Perch, R. Fricton, T. Lambert. Third Row: B. Pvscr, R. Werdman, ]. Nelson, J. Keohler, R Susdorf, E. Buhmann, K. King, K. Buchanan, C. Robbins, W. Olson, O. Koste, W. Miller. 68 First Row (1. to r.); F. E. Schultc, R. J. Petersen, E. A. Goctsch, A. Howarth, T. J. Maresca, R. E. Stebens, A. T. Schmidley, D. D. Desens, T. E. Mar- tin. Second Kow: R. Flex, L. A. Andrews, J. R. Dunn, P. J. Szcremeta, R. R. Rodewald, S. Schleicher, E. N. Maeder, A. E. Stark. Third Raw: W. P. Margopoulos, J. W. Hicks. L. A. Bahr, R. L. Kuhlman, W. M. Scanlon, R. M. Karow, A. F. Galvan, N. P. Suplinski. Fourr j Row: E. Young, L. Debs, V. O. Muth, C. A. Larson, A. A. Chnstcn,sen, C. F. Wittkop, C. H. Bartclr, C. R. Mtiand, V. R. Dollasc, j. V. Wtnncr, Kappa Eta Kappa, National Professional Electrical Engineering Fraternity, was founded on the belief that character, self-expression, and ideals of ser- vice as well as technical training are necessary attributes of a successful engineer. This vear Delta Chapter acted as host to the three day National convention in addition to the usual non-fraternal activities. K.H.K. members participated in many organizations including the WISCONSIN ENGINEER, American Institute of Electrical Engineers, Institute of Radio Engineers, Polygon Board, Eta Kappa Nu, and Tau Beta Pi. Officers for the vear: T. Maresca and A. Howarth, presidents; A. Howarth and L. Debs, vice-presidents; B. Stebens, secretary; D. Petersen and F. Schulte, social chairmen. Kappa Eta Kappa 69 The Socicrv of Automotive luiginccrs is the professional society serving as the center of technical thought and discussion for engineers of the automo- tive industry. The program tor the student includes monthly meetings; held trips; movies; and monthly issues of the SAE Journal. Officers were: R. Korbitz, chairman; R. Meyer, vice-chairman; M. Beheim, secretary; R. Fenske, treasurer; C. Kendziorsky and j. Haanen, Polygon Board representatives; Prof. P. S. Meyers, faculty advisor. Society of Automotive Engineers First Row (I. tor.):R. Downham, R. F. Korbitz, B. L. Cafferty, D Servais, G Ucmprnr, D Brigham, G Jacobv, P. S Myers Second Rou: H. A. Brown, M. Morosa, E. J. Gciger, C. F. Thelin, F. Nagler, guest speaker, R H TraM.r, L H Tasker, D P Haas. Thm Rou: R. Smith, W. E. Barthel, G. Zavadil, K. Schmidt, P. Padrott, A. Sortnsen, L. W. Throndson, P L Wrnskdl, G Pokornv W C Dries, M, Beheim, J. C. Waldron, E. Ducwcl, R. Fenske, R. Olcott. Fourth Row: C. Krueger, A. Heinrich, R. C. Meyer, D. R. Johnson, J. L. Haanen, G. L. Schwandner, R. ]. Lodzinske, R. D. Double- day, D. J. Zutter, R. M. Seidl, R. H. Reineck, R. W. Wutke, E. Pcwkalski. 70 First Kow (I, to X.): B. L. Caffcrtv, H. M. Hinricks, R. M. Seidl, G. Wempncr, R. Downham, A. Sorenson, Jr., J. Bokros. Second Row M A Beheim H. O. Kronholm, J. P. Weber, W. C. Schultz, R. F. Korbitz, N. A. Fletcher, B. A. Bovie, E. Reich, R. Wiedman. Third Rou:- D. F. Root, S. McKibbens ' J. Waldron, J. Rozck, E. Fruehauf, D. Haas, L. A. Stueber, J. Sporakowski, W. W. Schoof, L. R. Schmitt, G. R. Wicker. Fourth Row: O C Kaste G h ' Telctzke, C. O. Cramer, J. R Brown, R. W. Rucfenacht, R.J. Ptlug, G. R. Geycr, R. H. Traver, R. N. Gottschalk, M. F. Finncr, R.J. Schoofs. Fifth Row: F. H. Koehler, C. R. Robbins, W. R. Olson, E. L. Springer, D. G. Wagner, J. E. Hensen, K. O. King, P. Szeremeta, R. A. Susdorf C W Mar- schall, J. G. Hilden, K. L. Harms. Tau Beta Pi Members of Tau Beta Pi are chosen from the )unior and senior engineering classes by active members of the fraternity, " to mark in fitting manner those who hav e conferred honor upon their University by distinguished scholar- ship and exemplarv character — " . Tau Beta Pi functions as the central organization in planning the social events of the combined honorary engineering societies program. Wisconsin Alpha Chapter officers were: R. Korbitz, president; N. Fletcher, vice-president; J. Weber and N. Brever, secretaries; V. Holmes, treasurer; W. Schurz, cataloger. 71 - : - f-f- ■ - ' ' ' iC yj}0n First Row (1. to r.); J. C. Fricdcnth.s, Professor H. A. Ptttr .on, Dc n M, O, ichc . R, W, lui-kc, Prok-sor A. E Whrtford, f. P. Wcbcr, P. L. Cowan, G. E. Kcmpka. Second Row: M. A. Behcim, J. W. BIcrsach, G. V. Pokorny, M. D. Ratclitf, A. E. Hcinrich, R, C. Mcyur, R. W. Wutkc, E. M. Jagodzinski, N. F. Pophal, E. E. Schultz, F. C. Marshall, M.J. Brudnicki, C. Kendziorski, Jr. While Theta Tau is not an honorary organization, its members have been able to maintain a high level of scholarship. Its primary objective has been to stimulate in its members a strong professional interest, coupled with an equally strong fraternal bond. Officers were: J. P. Weber, regent; P. L. Cowan, vice-regent; M. Brudnicki, scribe; C. Kendziorski, corresponding secretary; G. V. Pokorny, treasurer; J. W. Williams, assistant treasurer; R. W. Fenske, historian. Dean M. O. Withey and Professor H. A. Peterson are honorary members and Dr. G. A. Rohlich is faculty adviser. Theta Tau 72 A. I. E. E Firs; Rou. J. to r.,. P. W ' halcn, A. Howarth, D. Dcscn., E. Gott.ch, R. SusJort, C. Mcland, R. Petersen. Second Rou ' : D. Colvin, W. Scanlon, unidentified, F. Balash, E. Yound, L. Debs, unidentified, V. Dallase. Third Row:]. Hicks, A. Glavan, O. Kaste, unidentified, unidentified, B. Polcsma, unidentified, T. Lambert. Fourth Rou:- M. Clissa, R. Knowlinski, unidentified, P. Sreremeta, T. Maresca, J. McNall, F. Schultz, L. Andrews. The American Institute iif Electrical Engineers, a national organization founded in 18S4, is aimed at helping to hll the professional side of a student engineer ' s university life. Officers were: R. Susdorf, chairman; E. Goetsch, vice-chairman; R. Rode- wald, secretary-treasurer; E. Goetsch, D. Desens, Polygon representatives. The National Honorary Civil Engineering Fraternity, Chi Epsilon, seeks those traits of the engineer which will not only aid him as a student, hut will also lead him on to success in his chosen profession. Chi Epsilon has chapters on fortv-two ma)or engineering schools. The Wisconsin chapter was sixth to be founded and now has 387 members. Firs: Rou ij. to r.y. H. Kronholm, B. Frudden, C. Cramer, G. Teletzkc, V. Cottingham, C. Yderstad, J. Dcutsch, R. Sterna. Sicond Row: W. Catlin, F. Plautz, G. Steiner, R. Johnson, D. Schelfhout, D. Gay, J. Rozek, V. Schultz. {•:i% »i t% ' ' ' i ' » Chi Epsilon 73 mm I.R.E. First Row (1. to r): R. Peterson, R. Jahamiak, R. Madcr, E. Young, A. Schmidley, A. Glavan, E. Kovachik, L. Andrews. Sicond Row: O. Kaste, P. Szercmeta, J. Friedrichs, R. Hocft, L. Debs, B. Rolsma, J. Kufahl, E. Goctsch. ThinlKou: A. Howarth, R. Susdorf, M. Clissa, D. Dictmcvcr, T. Marcsca, F. Schultc. The national Institute of Radio Engineers was founded to advance the art and science of radio communications and to promote the professional wel- fare of member engineers. The object of the group is to aid in the technical education of the student. Each member receives the monthly publication of the I.R.E., which gives information on the latest electrical developments. Officers were: E. Young, chairman; E. Kovachik, vice-chairman; A. Schmidley, treasurer; A. Glavan, recording secretary; L. Andres, correspond- ing secretary; Prof. Koehler, advisor. Pi Tau Sigma was founded as a National Honorary Mechanical Engineering Fraternity. The objectives are " to Foster the high ideals of the engineering profession " and to develop " the attributes necessary for effective leadership and the assumption of the responsibilities of a citizen in a democracy. " Officers for the fall semester, 1951 were: R. M. Seidl, president; N. A. Fletcher, 1st vice-president; R. E. Downham, 2nd vice-president; G. A. Wemp- ner, corresponding secretary; R. H. Traver, recording secretary; E. P. Duevvel, treasurer; R. W. Fleming, faculty advisor. F.rst Row (1. to r): R. H. Traver, G. . ' R. E. Downham, I. D. Waldron, E. P Wen.p, Dllewel cr, R, M. ScrJl, R. F. Ku Mnuiii: N. A. Fletcher, ■hitz, Sn-omlRow M, A. Behe Pi Tau Sigma I A.S. C.E. The object of :hc Student Chapter of the American Society of Civil En- gineers is to afford an opportunity for the members of the civil engineering classes to become better acquainted with each other and with the staff, to promote a feeling of congeniality, and to provide those initial contacts with the profession that should be carried on simultaneouslv with studies in the classroom. The chapter sponsors such activities as monthlv meetings, inspection trips. Engineers smoker, Polvgon Board, and the St. Pat ' s Dance. Officers were: Wayne M. Whittad, president; Al J. D ' Onofrio, vice-presi- dent; James W. Williams, secretary; David S. Hanke, treasurer; Reinhart H. Postweiler, Polygon board representative; and Harvev D. Elmer and Charles W " . Brvlla as co-chairmen for publicity. •h First Row (1. to r.): Y. Tain, D. Mynning, I. Kontos, W. Catlin, T. Falck, L. Hafcman. Second Row: H. Disbrow, A. laizzo, R. Johnson, H. Kolback, R. Postweiler, F. Falck, R. Ericsen, R. Agamite, H. Elmer. Third Rau; }. Mechler, C. Brvlla, C. Blabaum, R. Hirsch, C. Dulak, H. Day, C. Cramer, D. Fredcrickson, A. D ' Onofrio, E. Joneo, G. Johnson. N. Brever. Fourth Row: D. Conger, D. Dautcrman, R. Pitz, J. Rozek, R. Betson, R. Alberts, W. Whitted, J. Linden, K. Bloom, B. Frudden. Fifth Row: R. Sterna, N. Johnson, E. Stasnv. J. Ringenoldus, H. Ross, J. Jarvis, D. Hanke, N. Pophal, D. Shelfhout, A. Isberner, C. Yderstad, J. Deutsch, D. Coughlin, G. Teletzke. 75 ii College of Letters and Science Letters and Science is the " core " college of Wisconsin. Courses in this largest of the university colleges supplement the curricula of everv other college and provide the broad general education now deemed necessary for those preparing in any held. Courses in the social and natural sciences, languages, literature, mathematics, music, and jour- nalism present many opportunities for a thorough liberal education. ■p First Raw J. to r , D Hcrgu-, H, NJson, H Johnson, C R ocrsh.iuscn, P. Rci-, A (.IKon, D Hcrtnig, H. Mason. Semi, Raw F, Grovti, B. McLcibli, L. Rutz, E. Freuhauf.J, Hard, D. Wagner, G. Svoboda, D. Delwichc,J. Ramsay, J. Buchanan, C. Dcgner. Third Row:?. Hosier, M. Williams, J. Brown, A. Rabe, J. Mclrvine, E. Crosby, V. Stueber, J. Sporakowski, G. Pliszka, R. Rufenacht, F. Bichl. Alpha Chi Sigma, national professional fraternity for chemists and chem- ical engineers, was founded at the University of Wisconsin in 1902. One of the founders, J. H. Mathews, is now head of the department of chemistry. The fraternity will celebrate its 50th anniversary at the national conclave to be held in Madison this spring. Alpha Chi Sigma is fortunate in havmg a chapter house where most of the fraternity program is carried on. The activities of the fraternity are both pro- fessional and social. The professional activities include a series of meetings at which outstanding speakers in a variety of fields are presented. A member ' s connection with the fraternity is not broken on graduation, for he can immediately enter one of the chapters of the professional branch of the fraternity which are located in most of the industrial centers of the country. Chapter officers were: Paul G. Reis, president; Edwin J. Crosbv and Ronald Ructenacht, secretaries; and David C. Herting, treasurer. Alpha Chi Sigma 77 Lctrcrs and Science School courses are designed for students desiring a broad cultural hackgiound in the humanities and social and natural sciences. A student from L S must have a major in one of the subjects. He will graduate with either a l achelor of Arts or Bachelor of Science degree. New courses, methods of teaching and scientific research are continually changing and advancing to meet the increasing demands for more and better know ledge. Letters and Science The outdoor classes are typical during the warm months of both spring and fall. The atmosphere may not be conducive for study, but then, a hot class- room is not either. 78 SeatidQ. to r.):C. Trouard, B. Lettsome, R. Holzer, P. Grossmann, K. Spaulding, M. Wileden, K. Church, A. Resh. Standing:]. O ' DonncIl, P. Roberts, B. Frank, J. Elliott, C. Vakos, P. Kyle, J. Wienke, M. Handlovsky, G. Wisniewski, S. Allan, G. Schubert, J. Hulburt, M. Kyle. Professional Pan-Hellenic Council Professional Pan-Hel Council is the coordinating board for twelve pro- fessional sororities on campus. These sororities arc: Phi Chi Theta, Sigma Lambda, Phi Beta, Gamma Alpha Chi, Alpha Delta Theta, Coranto, Sigma Alpha Iota, Phi Upsilon Omicron, Kappa Epsilon, Zeta Phi Eta, Theta Sigma Phi, and Sigma Kappa Phi. A luncheon meeting is held every month, with a junior and senior repre- sentative from each sorority attending. Policies regulating rushing, pledging, and initiation are discussed. Each time, senior representatives from two of the groups tell about the activities, plans, and opportunities offered by their sororities. The advisors of these two groups are guests at the meeting. Chief activity of the Council is the Pro-Pan-Hel brunch or banquet which is held each spring. Members of all the sororities attend. OfRccrs were: Mary Wileden, president; Rita Holzer, secretary; Karen Spaulding, treasurer; and Miss Grace Douma, advisor. 79 College off Letters and Science This c;ir Dean Mark H. Ini rahani is celebrating his tenth anniversary as head of the College of Letters and Science. Since Dean Ingrahani took over in 1942, new courses have continually been introduced, and methods of teaching and scientific research have advanced to keep pace with the Atomic Age. When the University was a single unit many years ago and began to break up into smaller schools, the L. and S. college, along with the Agricultural College, was the first separate division made. T. C. McCormick R. Quintana The College has been growing steadilv, with its curriculum constantly being revised and improved, so that all students mav have the best possible education. The BS and BA requirements have been revised to provide a maximum number of cultural subjects during the students first two years, thus assuring him a well rounded education before he begins to concentrate on his major. Included in the school are approximately thirtv departments plus the sepa- rate courses of librar -, music, )ournalism, pharmacv, and chemistrv. 81 Ml Physical Therapy Club First Row (1. to r.): S. Howe, H. Wicrsma, M. L. Simcox, S. Baker, M. J. Atkinson, M. K. Wood, M. Ni- qucttc, G. Aho, M. Best, D. Sutter. Second Row. S. Cheleniskv, R. Ducrr, M. Wald, P. Brann, G. Wheeler, F.J. Siadkv, J. Pelton, R. Hirokawa, D. Bolan, N. Thomas. Third Row:]. Koster, B. McColl, S. Mosher, B. Aumuelier, M. M. Kuhnert, V. Clumpher, E. Rivcars, V. Van Brec, M. L. Kennett, A. Alter, B. Below, J. Norum, P. Mueller, C. Blomgren, I. Wango. The Physical Therapy Club was organized to promote the better acquain- tance of the students with their profession. The monthly meetings include talks by prominent members of this and other allied professions, forum com- prised of members of the Wisconsin General Hospital physical therapy staff. The staff advisor is Miss Margaret Kohli. The officers are F. Slodky, president; G. Wheeler, vice-president; P. Brann, treasurer; J. Pelton, secretary. Sigma Lambda, Professional Art Sorority, is celebrating its twenty-fifth year on this campus. Its purpose is to further art on the campus and in the art department through increased study in areas not obtainable in the curriculum and participating in any campus activity where our talents will be needed. Officers for 1951: A. Robertson, president; M. Stiehm, vice-president; Al Stebbins, secretary; E. Thompson, treasurer; Mr. Alfred Sessler, faculty advisor. Firit Row (I. to r.): B. Radle, M. Stichn, A. Stebbins, E. Thompson, A. Robertson. Second Row: B. Lcttsome, j. Maechtle, I. Harff, B. Bordman, A. Holden, C. Trouard, P. Grossman, E. Padnos, B. Wherle. Third Row: B. Weiland, M. Catoi, M. Shaw, P. Roach, I. Sharbert, C. Mount, G. Schlaeger, B. Duff, L. Sulis. Foiirrh Row:]. Sherver, K. Monson, J. Pagan, M. L. Wood, B. Neesvig, S. Lenz, G. Berni, V. Hartman, A. Tobias, P. Havs, P. Molm. Sigma Lambda Italian Club To provide extra-class experiences with the Italian language and culture is the purpose of the Italian Club on campus. Outstanding activities during the vear include an Italian Spaghetti dinner, an Italian Play performed in Madison and Kenosha, and several showings of movies. Officers of the club are: R. Pellegrino, president; S. Trecroci, vice-president; L. Kane, secretary; B. Moorhead, treasurer; and the advisors are Prof. J. Rosse, Prof. K. Bottke, Prof. A. Galpin and Mr. George Hefke. Firtr Kow (1. to r.): M. Hope, L. Lucdtkc, A. Silverness, A. Kitchin, P. Jackson, P. Johnson. Second Row: S. Trecroci, R. Pellegrino, Prof. A. Galpin, Prof. J. Rosse, Prof. K. Bottke, L. Kane, B. Moorhead. Third Kow: D. Hart, L. D ' Amore, V. Nye, R. Reynolds, A. Campbell, J. Pleck, R. Micheln, E. Mitchell, B. Goodman, R. Troisno. 83 Spanish- Portuguese Club First Kow ( . to r.): B. Jenss, P. Creager, D. Nemec, B. Leuze. Second Row:}. Rieck, H. Salgado, R. Berger, A. Rosa, faculty advisor; H. Nino, I. Petter, D, Kehoe, H. Faillace. Third Row: N. Ncilsen, P. James, V. Dambekalns, J. Hoelzlhammcr, R. Stanton, N. Lankau, K. Stromgren. Fourth Row: A. Allun, J. Ebcrt, S. Fredrick, M. Mathieu, J. Levcrcnz, B. Lehnherr, W. Fitzpatrick, A. Goldsmith. The Spanish-Portuguese Club, sponsored hy the Department of Spanish and Portuguese, presented again this year a number of cultural and social pro- grams with emphasis on Hispanic customs and tradition. Officers for the year were: H. Nino, president; R. Berger and H. Salgado, vice-presidents; I. Petter, secretary; D. Kehoe, treasurer. Omicron chapter of Zeta Phi Eta, installed at Wisconsin in 1932 is a Na- tional Professional Speech Arts Fraternity for Women. The group represents all phases of the speech professions, including dramatics, correction and education. Activities were planned to integrate these fields and to promote professional excellence. Officers were: S. Haugen, president; R. Deren, vice-president; F. Briskin, secretary; J. O ' Donnel, treasurer. First Row (I. to r.): B. Kirchner, D. Carr, E. Grad, B. Funk, S. Fine. Second Row: B. Horn, J. Elliott, J. O ' Donnell, S. Haugen, F. Briskin, JR. Deren, S. Schneider. Third Row: C Richgcls, N. Lins, G. Grabinsky, P. Lohmann, G. Die, C. Weiss, D. McCullough, K. Carney, M. Hartenberg, G. Sanders, S. Sokol. Zeta Phi Eta School of Journalism Ralph O N.ilziger, Dean of Journalism School. One of the oldest of its kind in the country is the School of Journalism, the first course having been listed in 1905. Since that time and as a result of many years of experience the staff of the school has realized how important to an education for journalism is a general and liberal education and the under- standing of the relationship of the press and society, as well as training in enough technical courses to qualify the students as good craftsmen for the many fields of journalism. The school is located in South Hall and maintains photographical, radio, typewriting, and topographical laboratories which are available to jour- nalism students and students from other departments who are interested in taking journalism courses. Director of the school is Professor Ralph O. Nafziger. " J " School reading room. rnalism students preparing a radio script. The " copy desk " all " J s h ol tuJcnts arc required to use in man ' classes. A busy year was filled with social and professional activity for the young women interested in the field of journalism. The journalism students and faculty have a chance to get acquainted and exchange ideas outside of the classroom. Officers were: J. Lucal, president; R. Novy, vice-president; K. Spaulding, recording secretary; M. Rosenbcrv, corresponding secretary; R. BuckJin, treasurer. First Row (I. to r.): D. Hewitson, G. Simon, M. Gritfv, B. Fink, M. Hubbard, M. Grciner. Seem, Row: R. Bucklin, M. Rosenberg, J. Lucal, R. Now, K. Spaulding, M. Marshall, G. Wisniewski, J. Schulte. T ' ml Row: M. Voigt, J. McGuckcn, M. Melham, V. Gregory, S. Groninger, J. Wishaw, . . Hastings, Erdmann, M. Koehlcr. Fourth Row: S. Weber, B. Lawrence, N. Runkel, ]. Pollack, |. Zieman, S. Kaloustian, I. P.tt crsen, N. Plavman, B. Bovini. Coranto Sigma Delta Chi Sigma Delta Chi is the largest professional journalism fraternity in America, devoting itself solely to men who plan to make their careers in journalism. Perhaps the outstanding feature of the year ' s program was the annual Gridiron Banquet which brought professional leaders from all parts of the state and nation. Co-chairmen were M. Lea and A. DeCesaro. Officers of the chapter were: D. Davies, president; R. Mathes, vice-president; H. Sayre, secretary; Professor Frank Thaver is the fraternity ' s advisor. Ji i nt ' ., . ' First Rou ' (1. to r.): A. DeCesaro, R. Simonscn, T. Hutchison, L. Freizcr, N. Bovle, T. Inglis, C. Halada. Srcond Rati: S. Rau, Prof. F. Thaver, W. Normyle, H. Sayre, D. Davies, T. Segerson, R. Mathes, M. Lea, Prof. R. Nafziger, C. Kalvelage. Third Raw: D. Waid, D. Zischke, C. Banks, F. tropin, T. Hefter, L. Browne, O. Gillick, J. Nestingen, T. O ' Neal, V. Marcus, A. Marcinkowski, G. Schmidt, R. Studt, G. Stempel, J. Anderson. 87 Thefa Sigma Phi Thct;i Sigma Phi is the national honorary and professional soroiitv tor women in journalism. Beta chapter was founded forty-one years ago on this campus, and was the second chapter established in the country. Thcta Sig ' s biggest undertaking is the Matrix Table which is given each spring. The formal dinner, which is held in Great Hall, honors Madison ' s outstanding women. The speaker for Matrix is someone famous in journalism. Tradition says that the name of the speaker and the date remain a secret until a month before Matrix. Members of Theta Sig are very active on campus publications. Jean Mathe- son is editor of the Daily Cardinal, Rita Bucklin is assistant society editor, and Molly Melham is secretary of Cardinal Board. Officers were: Molly Melham, president; Janet Lucal, vice-president; Louise Arnold, secretary; Rosemary Blackburn, treasurer; and Karen Spauld- ing, archivist. First Row (I. to r.): S. Wever, H. Mahnert, J. Bathey, C. Vakos, D. Steinhilber. Second Row: G. Wisniewski, K. Spaulding, J. Lucal, M. Melham, Mrs. R. Tavlor, R. Blackburn, E. Bic. Thin R w: ]. Zicman, M. McKay, J. Nordstrom, V. Gregory, R. Bucklin, S. Loenard, M. Radle, N. Plavman. M. Rciiih.irJt. ( Hlis., D Ch.imKrt J l{ Library School Rachel K. Schc-nk, dia-ttoi The Wisconsin Library School was organized in 1895 first as a summer school course, and now gives an MS degree on graduating instead of the usual Bachelor of Library Science degree. The Library School is now located at 811 Sterling Ct., the former Phi Kappa Psi fraternity house. The director of the Library School is Rachel K. Schenk. A famili.u lihrarv scene. . student librarian checking the return of books Library School Under the able direction of Professor Rachel K. Shenk and her staff, the Library School students learn the fine points in directing a library. A comprehensive in- structional program including practical library experience opportunities produces the finest. The school also maintains an extensive placement bureau to aid all graduates. . wtlcoiiK rclax.ition after extensive ivurk in the Lihr.iri Sehool. People are always willing to .lid vou in finding .1 hook 90 School of Music Prof. Lcland Coon, director. After a four year course, graduates of the Music School tind it possible to go into more Helds than orchestration and teaching. Other helds open to them include vocal and orchestral arranging, professional recorders, and musical therapy. When the school, under the direction of Prof. Leland Coon, brought the Pro Arte Quartet to the University, Wisconsin was the first American Uni- versity to have a string quartet in residence. A [■ ' ortion of the string section practicing before a performance. Music School student mastering the techniques of the organ. Phi Beta Plays, fashion shows, group readings and round table discussions are just a few of the activities which Phi Beta, professional speech and music sorority, sponsors. Behind the footlights this vear were Ann Louise Resh, who had a lead in " Mourning Becomes Electra " , Phyllis Johnson, who starred in the studio play " The House of Bernarda Alba " , and Delores Kosbob, who played in " Hay Fever " . For the coming year an original fashion show to help the Ways and Means committee, headed by Ann Slater, is planned. Program Chairman Delores Locke is kept busy planning for guest speakers outstand- ing in educational and professional speech and music fields. Present officers include: Rose Mary Kalfsbeck, president; Eve Joan Peal, vice-president; Julie Pfankv, secretary; Jean Day, rushing chairman; Mary Lita Jensen, historian; Pat Miller, treasurer; Betty Beaver, pledge representa- tive. First Row (1. to r.): S. Chessen, D. Locke, N. Oakes, M. Puhl, M. Burnham. Saonii Rou.- B. L. Havdcn, P. Miller, M. L. Jensen, R. Kalfsbeck, J. Day, P. Halverson. TUrJ Row: A. L. Resh, P. Johnson, V. Endmann, A. Christensen, M. McGallowav, G. Hardt, D. Kosheb, B. Beaver. 92 Front Row (I. to v.j: D. Barncss, V. Gratbcl, D. A.xt, R. Becker, W. Cast, R. Scott. SeconJ Row: R. Crane, M. Bcckman, R. Jensen, M. Davison, D. Sorden, H. Axlev, S. Burns. Third Row.- ]. Markclz, J. Amacher, E. Gasserc, R. Schwartz, O. Mielenz, R. Mason, L. Kelliher, D. Weiss, D, Aderman, R. Giiiigan, J. McCully, J. Goodrich, E. Stadelman, R. Pett. Phi Mu Alpha, Sinfonia, is a fraternity for all men sincerely interested in advancing the cause of music in America. The Phi chapter at Wisconsin, to- gether with Sigma Alpha lota, music sorority, sponsored the All-University Tournament of Song. Officers were: M. Davison, president; R. Jensen, vice-president; M. Beek- man, secretarv; D. Axr, treasurer; R. Crane, advisor. Phi Mu Alpha 93 il The Rhi) chapter of Sii mia Al[iha fora, National Music Fratcrnif ' foi- women, has established a reputation for " setting the campus singing. " Along with Phi Mu Alpha the chapter sponsored the L ' niversity of Song. Student musicales, guest speakers, and social and husniess meetings made up the program ot weekly meetings of SAI. Officers were: Rosemarie Mutch, president; Donna Hahn, vice-president; Marlvs Rudd, secretary; Irene Eastman, treasurer. Sigma Alpha Iota BirstKowQ. tor.):M. Bersing, H. Chase, M. Rudd, R. Mutch, D. Hahn, ]. Weiss. !««« Rouv L. Nedland, E. Toepcl, K. Zimmer, B. Trcxd, |. Hulbcrt, J. Pfefferkorn, M. Kyle, M. McKinlay. Third Kow: D. Burns, J. Pease,,] ' . Kothlow, S.James, B. Mitchell, C. Trombla, L. Burgy,J. Fischer, S. Wolf. 94 tffl Pharmacy The School of Pharmacy, established on the University campus in 1883, soon became one of the leading schools of its kind in the country. In 1947 Wisconsin was first in the nation to establish full professorship in the held. The School of Pharmacy is constantly continuing its ad- vance and expansion of modern laboratory equipment and greater re- search and discovery. W Kappa Epsilon Kappa Epsilon, Natitinal Pharniacv Sororitv, was fouiulcJ on rhc Wis- consin campus in 1925. Ir has been Kappa Epsilon ' s aim to stimulate a desire for high scholarship and professional consciousness. In doing this a bond of lasting loyalty and friendship has been established. Bi-monthly meetings are held, which are both social and professional in nature. The chapter of Kappa Epsilon was again awarded the traveling trophy for having the highest grade point of all the chapters. Officers are: B. Rubin, president; E. Becker, vice-president; P. Dettman, secretary; E. Havvley, treasurer; K. Ruchoeft, historian. First Row (I. to r.): A. Mankowsky, G. Friedman, L. Benson, D. Zevnik, A Gold, S Blumcr, S Anderson. Stcond Row.- S. Allan, K. Webster, advisor; K. Riichhoeft, B. Rubin, B. Becker, E. Hawlev, P, Dettman, M. Handlovsks Thirii Rou J Hoover, J. Kennedv, F. Fu, N. Lundgren, C. Ziehm, A. Kohn.T i n,.,,, I j.i,K,. P WKon. E RokniJi.L Il, | kllls, C u M . «i, E m- H Scharringhausen, L. Strassburger. First Row (I. to r.): D- Jelinik, A. Grube, B. Frank, social chairman; R. Bemrick, secretarj ' ; W. Hoffman, chaplain; D. Sanders, regent; L. Doyle, his- torian; J. Instefjord, treasurer; M. Zemple, R. Fitzgerald, C. Keller. Sicmd Row:]. Haas, E. Bach, D. Wendorff, M. Phillips, J. Swintosky, A. Chandek, E Kncchcl, H. Williamson, D. McNamara, E. Sallander. ThirJ Rou: A. McCourt. T. Dorn, R. Smith, R. Gabel, G. Jacobson, B. Peterson, C. Natter, R Kastcn, P O ' Connor. Fourth Row: F. Heckcr, K. Gcigcr, M. Hansing, D. W ' robclcwski, J. Jacobson, R. Green, R. Gottschalk, P. Tousignant, J. Bittl, R. Jahn. Fifth Rou:]. Ebert, N. Garden, B. Hemz, W. Gilles, E. Kohlschmidt, R. Slaw. This fraternity exists for the purpose of furthering the aims of the pharmacy profession and to bring together men of that profession. This is accomplished by acting in conjunction with the School of Pharmacy and the Wisconsin Pharmaceutical Society here on campus. Officers were: D. Sanders, regent; M. Zcmpel, yice-regent, R. Bemrick, secretary; J. Instefjord, treasurer; L. Doyle, historian; W. Hoffman, chaplain; B. Frank, social chairman; Dr. D. Wurster, faculty adyisor. Kappa Psi 97 Rho Chi The piomocion of mtoJ schol.irship iii rlic prolcssion of Phaiinac is the principal oli|ccrivc of Rho ( hi. Members are elected on the basis of acaJeinic and scholastic achievement. This -ear, as is the policv, a special Rho Chi Honor Award was presented to the freshman in Pharmacy maintaining the highest scholastic average. Officers were: R. Bemrick, president; N. Garden, vice-president; l . De- Groff, secretary; B. Perske, treasuix-r; Dr. L. Parks, advisor. Front Row (1. to r.): N. Garden, D. DcGroff, R. Bcmnck, J. Merkel, J. Frank, W. Perske, Dr. J. Swintesky. Stcmd Rou . C. Barnstein, A. Kinkel, T. McGregor, A. Conny. Membtrs Absent: Dr. L. Parks, D. Gallenberger, L. Kcnnon, Scth Speerstra. Front Row ( to r ; J Jones, M. Handlovskv, L. Benson, K. Ruchoctt, S. Alien, B. Ruhin, P. Nelson, J. Kennedv, D. Zevnik, E. Roknich. Secoml Row: P. Smultz, L Dovle, S PressIer,J. Perske, B.Bemnck, R. Fitzgerald, D. DeGroff, H. Williamson, C. Keller, J. Frank, J. Merkel, D. Laurenzi, G. Lucas, R. Hebl ThirdRou D Jelinek, J. Schcrcr, D. Rath, J. Haas, E. Bach, D. Windorf, M. Phillips, Dr. ]. Swintoskv, A. Chandek, E. Knoechel, E. Sallandcr, D. Si.homisi.h, R Btrtelson, J. Eldridge, P. O ' Conner. Fourth Row: C. Barnstein, L. Leudtke, P. Wiles, A. McCourt, T. Dorn, R. Smith, R. Gabel, G. Jacobson, B. Petersen, C. Natter, M. Zcmpel, J. Instcliord, C. MacNamara, R. Kasten, G. Holt. Fijth Row: D. Sanders, W. Hoffman, A. Conney, N. Chaimson, M. Hansing, D. Wroblewski, ]. Jacobson, R. Green, R. Gottschalk, P. Tousignant, G. BittI, R.Jahn.T. McGregor, A. Kinkel, H. Wiggins. Sixth Row: A. Grube, K. Gieger, B. Frank, F. Hccker, J. Ebert, N. Garden, W. Heinz, W. Gilles, E. Kohlschmidt, R. Slaw, D. Burgovne, C. Kircher, W. Schulz, P. Nuckelbender. Wisconsin Piiarmaceuticai Society The University of Wisconsin Pharmaceutical Society is the student govern- ment of the Pharmacy School. It was founded in 1941 to create greater student interest m their chosen profession and to more closely unite the pharmacy school with the parent organizations, The Wisconsin Pharmaceutical Asso- ciation and The American Pharmaceutical Association. The organization has provided a verv full program of social and professional activities for all Pharmacv Students. Officers were: Roger Fitzgerald, president; Lloyd Kennon, vice-president; Donna DeGrofT, secretary; Thomas Winters, treasurer; Bella Ruhin, social chairman; Gerhard Fisher, publicitv chairman; Donald Wroblewski and Edward Kohlschmidt, publication co-chairmen. 99 Law School The Wisconsin Law School was the first state law school in the United States. Since its establishment in 1868 it has kept in advance of legal requirements for admission to the Bar in Wisconsin and neighbor- ing states and has provided a flow of men and women of legal training to the area. First Rou ' (I. to I 1 « ililJcbrand, D. E. Bcckwiii: ' • i ' i xiin, W. R. Sutherland, M, H. jarchow, T. H. Lucas, R. L. Boerner, N. E. Madiscn, L. A. Prccourt.J. A. Burgtson. Second Row: B. D. Hoiuk, R W Hrchm, W.J. Willis, T. M. Kells, ' ,]. C. Smith, D. E. Engebretson, A. W. Neuses, H. A. Field, E. R.Jackson. ThinlRow:]. F. Bremer, H. W. Wilkie, R. M. LaFoIlette, A. G. Mecrdink, D. R. Herrling,J. R.Jackson, A. L. Sevcitzer. Fourth RoK ' .J. Y. Morozumi, R.J. Damon, T. H. Bracken, H. M. Herriot, D. S. Farlcv, W. B. Raushenhush, F. L. Bixby. Fifth Row: C. E. Grandbouche, K. M. Plaistcd, L. W. Sigler, C. G. Vande Zande, D. R. Schroeder, R. C. Kremcr, R. I. Perina, D. F. Rumpf. At a law school like ours where the only meeting place for law students is the classroom, there is a need for legal fraternities. Phi Delta Phi, the oldest of these, satisfies this need through its dinners, luncheons, and social activi- ties. Its members gather at weekly meetings to hear speakers from the bench and bar of the Stare discuss current topics. Highlighting this program in the past vear was the honorary initiation into membership of Dean F. X. Sweitlik of the Marquette law school and Joseph E. Davies, distinguished lawyer and statesman. Directing fraternity activities have been D. Herrling and T. Lucas, magis- ters; N. Madison and T. Lucas, exchequers; J. Christenson and M. Jarchow, clerks; and G. Quale and R. Boerner, historians. Phi Delta Phi 101 William H.Timlin Legal Fraternity First Row (I. to r.): W. Evans, W. Fitzpatrick, B. Rosenthal, B. Ressner, E. Rabinowitz, B. Rosenberg, M. Orman, D. Collins, C. Parish, C. Carlson, H. Stein. Second Row: D. Miller, S. Rapkin, A. Richmond, D. Koehn, F. Mintz, E. Kane, A. Wheeler, B. Kailin, B. Lepp, V. Zulty, J. Silverberg. Weekly luncheons, stimulating discussions of the law, and the initiation of former Chief Justice Rosenberry as our first honorary member highlighted the fraternity ' s varied program. Timlin produced spirited basketball and bowling teams, three of the executive editors of the Law Review, as well as bemg represented on Legal Aid and the Law School Association. The officers: D. Y. Collins, chairman; H. B. Stein, vice-chairman; D. E. Koehn, secretary; H. A. Lins, treasurer; Professor W. Hurst, faculty advisor. skik THEODORE P. BIDWELL |amcsvi!le . . Law Delt.i Epsilon, Delta Theta Phi . . . United Student Fellowship, House PrcM dent ' s Council; MHA Open House, General Chmn., MHA Christmas Formal, General Chmn., Dormsylvania, High House, President, MHA Social and Athletic Comm. ARTHUR V. BIGGS . Superior . . . Madison Legal Aid Society. DAVID E. BIRKHAEUSER Delta, President. Law . . . Gamma Eta Gamm.i Milwaukee . . . Law. . . Phi Alpha KENNETH E. BROST . . . Madison . . . Law. HENRY B. BUSLEE . . . Madison . . . Law . . . Gamma Eta Gamm.i WILLIAM D. BYRNE . . . Madison . . . Law ... Phi Kappa. JOHN H. CASSIDY ... La Crosse . . . Law . . . Young Democrats. FINER CHRISTENSEN . . . Union Grove . . . Law ... Phi Eta Sigma . . . Legal Aid Societ . MELRIN COHN . . . Brooklyn . . . Law . . . Madison Legal Aid Societv. 102 DAVID Y. COLLINS , . Beloit . . . Law . . . Timlin Legal Fra- tcrmtv . , . WiscoiT-in Law Review , Exec-Editor; Madison Legal Aid Socn:t . FREDERICK. F. CURZAN . . Badge CLARK. DEMPSEY Whitewater Phi Kappa Phi; Sophomore Honors. Phi Eta Sigma; STANLEY E. DENNIN . . . Oshkosh - - . Law. CHESTER L. DILLAHUNTY . Little Rotk, Ark Law DONALD E. ENGEBRETSON . , . Beloit . . . Law ... Phi Delta Phi. WILLIAM H. EVANS . . . Milwaukee . . . Law . . . Timlin Law Frateriiitv . . Young Democrats. Law ... Phi Delta DONALD S. FARLEY, JR. Madison Phi , . .Theta Delta Chi MARK J. FARNl ' M . . . Jamesville . . . Lav FRANK J. FEIL, JR. . . . Racine . . . Law . . . Phi Delta Phi. HENRY A. FIELD . . . Wisconsin Dells . . . Law , . . Phi Delta Phi . . . Newman Club. JOHN K. FLANAGAN ... La Crosse . . . Law ... La Crosse State College . . , Phi Alpha Delta , . . Newman Cluh, Young Democrats, President. MILO G. FLATEN River Falls . . . Lav Tau Delta GENE J. FLEMING , . Madison . . . Law . . C;ARR0LL H. GRAPEL . . . Tomah . . . Law GEORGE J. GREISCH . . Appleton . Lav lege ... Phi Delta Theta. STEVE W. GREMBAN . , . Goodman . . . L ASME, Boxing, Student Athletic Board. . Baseball . . . Delta Boxing; ' W Club. Lawrence Col- DONALD C. HABERMAN Phi . . . Alpha Chi Rho. Madison . . . Law ... Phi De CLAYTON R. HAHN . . . Milwaukee . . . Law . . . Delta The Phi . . . Football; Junior Prom King. EDWARD J. HAMMER Gamma . . Hand KARL F. HEIMKE Hillsboro . . . Lav Sheboygan . . . Law . . . ■h Mtim MtM tf ' 0 A.i| it 103 HOWARD M. HERRIOT Adams Lau Phi IXlta I ' hi . . . AIEE . . Purdue UnivcTsitv, IRHOERICK. W. HILDEBRAND . . Shcbovgan Law Phi IXIt.i Phi , . . Phi Kappa Phi . . , Lawrence College , . Phi Kappa Tail NHIL L. HOHHS rive I-ditor Law Review, Exccu- DREXEL D. JOURNEY . . . Westfield . . , Law . , . Phi Alpha Deira ... Phi Eta Sigma; Phi Kappa Phi . . . Theta Delta Chi JACQUELYN J. JLIRKINS . . . Oshkosh . Law ELEAN F. KERLEY . . . Whitewater . . . Law . . . Women ' s Law School Association. PAUL J. KLEIN - . Madison . . . Law . . . Football. Swimming. Crew . . . Sigma Chi GEORGE L. KNOLLENBERG Madison Law . Gamma Eta Gamma. DONALD E. K.OEHN . . . Sheboygan . . . Law ... Phi Eta Sigma . . . Sheboygan Extension. EUGENE J. KOENEN . . . Calvary . . . Lav BURTON LEPP Hillel Music Commi Madison . . . Law . . . Phi Kappa Phi Union House Committee, Chairman. EDWARD S. LEVINE Democratic Action; NAACP. FRANK. C. LISHERON Gamma . . . Phi Eta Sigma . Milwaukee . . . Law Marquette Univcrsitv THOMAS H. LUCAS . . . Madison . . . Law ... Phi Delta Phi President . Football, Basketball . . . Sigma Alpha Epsilon. DAVID E. LUND Trustee. ROBERT MARK.OWITZ Zcta BetaTau. ARTHUR G. MEERDINK Delta Phi . . . Iowa Central College University Co-op Bloomington. 111. ... La Shebo gan Falls . . . Law . RONALD C. METEIVER . . . Kenosha . . . Law ... Phi Alpha Delta . . . ' W " Club, Student Board, Orientation; Union House Com- mittee, Student Alliance . . . Theta Chi. OWEN F. MONFILS . . . Green Bay . . . Law . . . Basketball, Bowling; Arnold Air Society . . . Acacia. RODNEY T. MORRILL . . . Madison . . . Law . . . Beta Theta Pi PETER J. MURPHY . . . Chippewa Falls . . . Law ... Phi Alpha Delta . , . Band, Men ' s Chorus . . . Theta Delta Chi. 104 RICHARD C. MURPHY . . Jancsvilk , , . Law , , Phi Alpha Delta . . . University of Michigan . . . Newman Club WILFORD NEHMER Mrhvaukee Law ARTHUR L. NELSON . Milltown . . Law . SAE, ASME; YMCA, Ritle Team; Y ' s Owl, Editor. ARTHUR W. NEUSES . . . Sheboygan . . . Law ... Phi Delta Phi . . . Georgetown University. MELVIN W. NITZ . . . Madison . . . Law . . . Gamma Eta Gamma. JAMES PAPPAS . . . Milwaukee . . . Law ... Phi Alpha Delta. JOHN R. PETITJEAN Green Bav . Lav Delta . . . Denver University; St. Norbert ' s College Omega. LYMAN A. PRECOURT Madison . Law GERALD PROOST . . Racine . Law Phi Alpha Alpha Tau GLENN R. QUALE Bar Delta Upsilon. ROBERT K. ROBINSON Gamma. Phi Delta Phi Superior . . . Lav BENJAMIN J. ROSENTHAL . . . Applcton . . . Law . . . Timlin Legal Fraternity . . Phi Kappa Phi . . . Hillcl Council, Law Review, Executive Editor; Universitv Religious Council. FRANCIS N. ROTT . . . Richland Center . . . Law , . . Notre Dame University. HUGH E. RUSSELL . . . Oshkosh . . . Law ... Phi Kappa Phi, Delta Epsilon. president . . MHA Cabinet. FRANK. J. RUSWICK. . . . Milwaukee . . . Law . . . Student Griev- ance Committee; Madison Legal Aid Society. DUANE K. RUTH . . . Ashland . . . Law . . . YGOP, Intramural Basketball . . . Lambda Chi Alpha. KIRKE D. SAUER . . . Rhinelander . . . Law. JOHN P. SCHNEIDER . . . Madison . . . Law EDWARD D. SCHEIDERMAN . . . Milwaukee . . . Law . . . Madison Legal .Aid Society ... Pi Lambda Phi. DONALD R. SCHROEDER . . . Sturgeon Bav ... Law ... Phi Delta Phi . . . Phi Eta Sigma . . . Bicrman House, President. ROBERT D. SILVER . . . Madison . . . Law . . . Delta Theta Phi . . . Student Board; MHA Cabin et, Vice-President; Campus Carnival; Orientation; Red Cross. 105 ' Ll ARCHIli H. SIMONSON Aililctic Board; Fencing. JOHN SINITZ ■, . . M,iri|iicttL Uni Milwaukee . . . Law . . sitv . . . Delta Tail IXIta DAVID II. SINNIK CLAYTON G. SMITH Madison . HAROLD B. STEIN . Milwaukee Fraternity, Vice-Chalrman, Hillel. ROBERT E. STORCK. . . . Band. . . Law . . . Studell . (ianiiiia Eta (iaiiini. Law . . . Ciaiiiina Et; Law. . La« Slinger " . . . Law . . Timlin Legal Pill Alpha Delta WILLIAM D. SI THHRLAND Janesville Law. ERVIN P. TOPCZEWSK.I . . Milwaukee . . . Law. WAYNE W. TRIMBERGER Granton . . Law . . . Delta Theta Plu . . Yoiins; Repiihlieans; Union Games Committee. CLARENCE G. VANDE ZANDE . . . Waupun . . . Law . . Delta Sigma Rho, Phi Delta Phi . . . YGOP, Forensic Union; Varsii Debate; Greek Week, Chairman, Student United Nations Confcrenc JOG; IF . . . Alpha Tau Omega, President. CHARLES C. VICTOR Delta. Marinette . . . Law . . . Phi Alpha ARTHIIR J. VLASAR . . La Crosse . . . Law ... Phi Sigma Kappa. GEORGE R. WALDUM Gamma . . . Legal Aid Societ Superior . . . Law JOHN P. WARD Durand MURRAY WESTLER Madison . . . Delta Tau Delta. Law . . . Young Democrats WILLIAM J. WILLIS . , Rhinelandcr . . . Law ... Phi Delta Phi . . . Wisconsin Law Review, Editor-in-Chief. ROBERT J. WINTERS Madison La Cluh. ELLEN J. ZIEMANN . . . Milwaukee . . , L . . . Alpha Gamma Delta. JOHN R. ZILLMER Wauwatosa . . L; ROBERT H. ZOELLNER . Fond du La Sigma ... Phi Sigma Kappa. WESLEY J. ZULTY . . . Madison . . . Lav ternitv. Chairman . . . Alpha Epsilon Pi. . Embr ' o Lawyers ' . . Senior Dolphins . Phi Alpha Delta. . Law ... Phi Eta Timlin Legal Fra- 106 DALTON L. ANDtRSON . . . DodJ!L ■ . . . Gamma Eta Gaiiima . . . Track; V Club. LESTER H. AFFELDT . . Portage Alpha Sigma Phi. . . , Pre-Lavv . . . YGOP . HAROLD BARIAN Milwaukee Phi. . . . Pre-Law . . . Delta Th RICHARD F. GHBHARD . MiK ■aukce . . . Pre-Law. ALBERT C. HANNA . . . Milwaukee . . . Pre-Law . . . MHA judicial Committee; MHA Cabinet; Orientation; MHA Awards Comm.; Winter Carnival, Promotions Chairman; Humorologv, Publicity Chair- man; IF-MHA Picnic, General Chairman, JCC, Finance Chairman; Pershing Rifles; Student Alliance, Executive Chairman, Crew . . . Zeta Beta Tau, President. JUDSON W. HOFF Alpha Delta . . . Swimmi Los Angeles, Calif. . . . Phi Delta Theta. Pre-Law Phi GUENTHER W. HOLTZ . Appkton . . . Pre-L.iw Phi Alpha Delta, CHARLES K. KENYON . . . Tomah . . . Pre-Law . . . Student Board; Prom, E.xecutive Chairman, Elections, General Chairman . . . Delta Theta Phi. GEORGE W. LYONS . . . Badge Fraternitv. Pre-Law . . . Timlin Legal NEAL E. MADISEN . . . Madison . . . Pre-Law ... Phi Delta Phi . . . Phi Eta Sigma . . . Student Court . . . Sigma Nu, President. EDWARD J. MALLOX . . . Kenosha . . . Pre-Law ... Phi Alpha Delta . . . Phi Kappa. T. RICHARD MARTIN . . . Cleveland, Ohio . . . Pre-Law . . . United Student Fellowship, IF Council, Treas.; Junior Prom, Dance Chairman; Greek Week, Finance Chairman; Humorologv, Finance Chairman; Track; Cross Countrv . . . Sigma Phi, President. FREDERICK. A. MOEGENBURG . Milwaukee . . Pre-Law . . . University Chorus, MHA Bookstore, Co-Manager. WALTER W. RAEBEL Madison . . . Pre-Law . . . Alpha Chi Rho. JOSEPH H. SILVERBERG . . . Madison . . . Pre-Law . . . Union Forum Gommittee, Summer Chairman; Union Trends Committee, Chair- man; Forensic Union; Debate Team; Boxing, Manager. JAMES G. SISOLAK. . Milwaukee . . . Pre-Law. IRVING W. SMITH, JR Niagara . . . Pre-Law . . . Wisconsin Law Review. HOWARD I. WITTENBERG . . Chicago, III . Marketing Club ... Pi Lambda Phi. 107 SB Finr Row to r. ); J. Fritchlir. F. HuKk, P, Gaffnc-v, E. Macmahon, D, Palmatick, R, Murphi, R StaHorJ, C. Victor. Second Row; W. R. Sicsc-, S. Nolan, S. Grady, P. Mcissncr, R. Younglovc, R. Storck, A. M. Sells. T unl Row: j. Pappas, VV. Callawav, J. Flynn, J. Flanagan, E. Mally, J. Karch, J. Fagan. Fourth Row; A. Weiss, J. Ames, D. Birkhauscr, P. J. Murphy, J. Zillmcr, R. Kastemier. Phi Alpha Delta, unique in that its roots were nurtured in legal controversy, is truly a legal fraternity. Ryan chapter has been on campus for 48 years fostering principles that tend to form a higher type of manhood. Ryan chapter bids farewell to Dean O. S. Rundell who has tirelessly de- voted himself during his many years of service to promote the principles for which we stand. We thank him for all that he has done for the law school and for Ryan chapter of Phi Alpha Delta. Officers were: D. Journey, justice; W. Giese, vice-justice; R. Murphy, secretary; A. Sells, treasurer; J. Pappas, marshal. Phi Alpha Delta 108 !T State Department for German Industrial Relations Trainees The Gtrni.in SruJr show in Chicago. iting the Frazil This year the Industrial Relations Center conducted a special program for the United States Department of State for twenty-five young German Indus- trial Relations Trainees. Though their primary interest has been labor rela- tions, they studied all aspects " of life in America. Although special classes were set up designed to ht their particular needs, they were integrated into regular university life as much as possible. Their work in the classroom was supplemented by many field trips about Wisconsin, both to industrial plants and social institutions. Between semesters they spent two days in Chicago and during Spring vacation they made an extensive tour through the South, visiting New Orleans and TVA. ' On Campus they lived in the dormitories and each had an American as a roommate. With such an adventure in world understanding, the boundaries of the campus which embrace the boundaries of the State are extending to include an international sphere. Slated (1. to r.): E. Hassmudler, H. M. Rasbach, H. H. Meyer, E. Kristoffersen, G. Belz, H. P. Zupke, M. Bahr, P. Fiemer, J. A. Wedel, E. O. Hauser. Standing: R. W. Fleming, D. H. Kruger, President Fred, R. F. Mader, C. A. Schuster, G.J. Figger, F. Russ, H. K. Woerner, K. M. Remold, G. M. Langebeck, P. A. Hermann, H. V. Brenneisen, . . Brunn, A. E. Martin, F Krcttner, R. Graeff, G. Pohlman, G. C. Hoffman. In the " American Way, " the German students donated blood to the Red Cross. mtt MI Itll MJdllSi: W VlilMH l. , Jfj ' l « IIAIMS Medical School Directed by noted Dean Middleton, the Wisconsin School of Medi- cine prepares prospective doctors through an intensive training pro- gram. Closely allied with it is the School of Nursing which adminis- ters similar concentrated training in medical fields. Notable improve- ments in Medical School facilities were accomplished in 1952 through the completion of additions to the Wisconsin General Hospital. Med School Crowded medical library reading roon The new addition tt) the State of Wisconsin General Hospital, with its additional space and improved service and technical departments is greatly aiding the continuance of the three prime functions of the Medical School; the training of Doctors of Medicine; contribution to scientific research; and adequate and proper treatment facilities for the people of Wisconsin. Dean Middleton and his tellow tormentors. First Row (I. to r. j: R. Harkavv, R. Songc, R. Stcrnlich, H. Yamahira, C. Eid, G. Stcbbins, D. Hampcl, G. Kronchc, L. Kahn, R, Whalcy, C. Fitch, T. Theiler, C. Kluck, J. Tibbitts, L, Lund, J. Sicbcrt, R. Edmondson. Second Row: G. Sullivan, J. Brandcnbutg, R. Franz, J. Kccpman, R. HL ' ilman, R. Schwartz, ' ]. Koch, G. Weston, W. Smollcn, W. Dushaclc, P. Baer, M. Bocksenbaum, J. Wear, H. Tailor, D. Larson, R. Berge, S. Hobson. Third Row: .]. Bacr, R. Brisbin.R. Matzke, E. Eastwood, R. Holder, W. Fieber, P. Dibble, M. Hinkc, R. Howard, A. Fuhlbrigge, L. Heina, M. Farrar, C. McMoran, L. Westman, P. Ebling, W. Schrocdcr, F. Utaman. A new arrival on the campus is the University Medichoir. Rehearsing only one hour a week, the 55 medical students in its membership iind wel- come relaxation from a strenuous curriculum singing for their own enjoy- ment and recreation. To climax the year ' s activities they won first place in the all-campus Tournament of Song. Officers are; Boh Edmondson, director; John Wear, business manager; George Stebbins, librarian. Medichoir 112 Ku Sigma Nu First Row (1. to r.): R. Songe, C. Fitch, R. Tievt, D. Howland, R. Frantz, F. Hcidncr, G. Shonat, E. Su Dr. T. Henney, L. Lund. Semi.l Row: S. Hobson, Dr. L. V. Sprague. G. Kakaska, D. McGrath, R. Olscn J. Wear, J. Fitzsimmons, J. DuBois, A. Sarris, R. Thcisen, V. Rosenkranz, J. Tibbitts. Thml Row: L. Weed R. Whalcv, F. Roberts, R. Bothani, R. Shamburck, R. Thurrell, W. Brodhead, G. Armstrong, M. Rocsler D. Wood, ' G. Kroncke, R. Toll, G. Stebbins, R. Douglas, R. Hansen. Fourth Row: ] Kcepman, L. Phillips R. Mackenzie, K. Sachtien, M. Erickson, W. Smollcn, ]. Tuura, L. Fink, J. Simpson, V. Gicschen, F. Dracopoulos, F. Jansen, G. Yurich. Fifth Row: R. Edmon ' dson, F. Catlin, R. Heilman, ]. Baer, J. Whitfen J. Rockev, R. Brisbin, H. Tailor, D. Miller. Last spring, close fellowship and united spirit placed Nu Sigma Nu, Medical Fraternity, highest in scholastic standing on the Medical campus, first in the independent baseball league, and tops in social activities. Officers are: Don Rowland, president; Gene Sullivan, vice-president; Marv Rocsler, secretary; Jim Du Bois, treasurer; John Wear, historian; Dr. Lindiey . Sprague, faculty adviser. Phi Chi, Tau Beta Chapter, is the first medical fraternity on campus to re- establish themselves in a house since 1929. Officers for 1951-52 are: Herb Sandmire, presiding senior; John Davis, pre- siding junior; Gerhard Tank, secretary; Chris Graf, treasurer; Bill Card, alumni secretary. Jerry LeMieux was chairman of the successful program of rushing activities. Social chairman for the year was John Lilly. First Row (1. to r.); J. Lilly, D. Werner, W. Card, C. Graf, G. Tank, J. Davis, H. Sanomire, j. Le Micux, W. Ottcrson, F. H. Urban ' , J. Goethel, R. Kjentvent. Stcond Row: D. Koepke, E. Pezanoski, D. Barcome, D. Hampel, I. Sletten, H. Gass, M. Stuessv, C. Kluck, M. Asplund, G. Stuesser, F. Schroeder, H. Yamahiro, W. Schroeder, N. Cohen. r «W Ro«v J. ' Reinemann, R. Schwartz, J. Kippenhan, P. Dibble, G. McKay, J. Herman, J. Keith, T. Miller, R. Wolfgram, D. McLeod. Fourth Row: }. Dhuey, R. Skupniewicz, W. Hcin, G. Holmes, P. Boeher, A. Fuhlbrigge, J. Kmicak, C. McMoran, M. Griem, J. Coryell. Fifth Row:}. Siebert, G. Weston, R. Power, L. Cotts, D. Bradlev, W. Fieber, L. Heinz, L. Langlois. Sixth Row: R. Holder, j. Brandenburg, P Radlct. S, Nuland, D. Howard, G. Nitz, W Schradcr, W Dushack, M. Farrar, E. Eastwood, Phi Chi 113 Jm iiA hi mkiM w. c;k()R(,i: isinc.ham, jr. Nn Si nia Nu . , . Alpha Delta Hh], LLOYD C. DeMARAIS Beta Pi. DAVID J. FREEMAN . . Fond du Wausau . . Madison . Lac . . . Medie . Medicine . . . Pli ne ... Phi Beta P C. WEIR HORSWILL Editor . . . Medithoir, Band. . . Medi me . . . Phi Beta P BERNARD M. KRAMER Milwaukee . . . Medicine . . Phi Eta Sigma . . . Phi Delta Epsilon . . . Medichoir; Med Ball, Gen. Chrni. ... Pi Lambda Phi. CLYDE H. DRATOCHVIL . . Racine . . . Medicine ... Phi Beta Pi . . . Sigma Sigma. PHILIPP H. MARTY . . . New Glarus . . . Medicine . . . Senior Honors ... Phi Beta Pi. ALOIZY MISCH . . Arcadia Medicine. IRVING I. MOSKOWITZ . . . Milwaukee . . . Medicine . Phi Eta Sigma, Phi Kappa Phi . . . Phi Delta Epsilon. JOHN I. SANDERS . . . Madison . . . Medicine ... Phi Beta Pi. ERBY J. SATTER . . . Prairie du Chien . . . Medicine ... Phi Chi, President. GEORGE W. SAVAGE . . . Brandon . . . Medicine ... Phi Beta Pi, KENNETH L. SCHROEDER . . Camp Douglas . . . Medicine . . Phi Beta Pi BENJAMIN SCHUSTER . . . Milwaukee . . . Medicine , . . Sigma Sigma, Alpha Omega Alpha . . . Phi Delta Epsilon. GEORGE C. SHONAT . . . Berlin . , . Medicine ... Phi Kappa Phi, Phi Eta Sigma . . , Nu Sigma Nu; Alpha Phi Omega. WILLIAM A. WEIDNER . . . Fort Atkinson . . . Medicine . . , Nu Sigma Nu. 114 i ' lT Front Row (I. to r.); J- Pious, M. Maso, S. Troxcll, D. Kcrsten, D. Vohlken. Second Rou E Strattman, J Lc Roux, R. Rocgner, C.Volk, E. Golkin, D. Click, E. Zahn, J. Cramer. Third Row: G. Riley, M. Dose, P. Peterson, E. Ehlers, C.Thompson, O.T.R.; J. Gauchat, O.T.R., C. Schommcr, F. Mennmg, N. McGann, R. Anderson, J. Julien. Fourr i Row: E. Ahern, L. Hunter, S. Benzics, C. Howland, J, L. Cramer, J. Campbell, C. Gregerson, N. Berrvman, B. Lowe, K. Gimmlcr, L. Van Zandt, R. Buntrock, L. Knudson, M. Ortman. N. Odegaard. Occupational Therapy Club Occupational therapy is a wide-open, pioneering career that combines manv of the elements of medicine and teaching. The Occupational Therapy Cluh was organized to stimulate professional interest and acquaint the stu- dents with the advancements in occupational therapy and allied professions. These aims are realized through exchange of ideas with other occupational therapy clubs, presentations bv guest speakers, recreational activities and the publication of the club newspaper. Odds Trends. Officers were: Charlotte Liebl Howland, president; Donna Vohlken, vice- president; Nancy L. Odegaard, secretary-treasurer; Joan M. Gauchat. O.T.R. adviser. 115 Alpha Delta Theta The Epsilon chapter of Alpha Delta Theta, the professional sorority for Medical technologists was organized on the Wisconsin campus in May, 1946. The purpose of the sorority is to further social and intellectual cooperation and fellowship among medical technology students. The officers are: D. Cohen, president; L. Grinhaug, vice-president; V. Crompton, recording secretary; M. Stuhcnrauch, corresponding secretary; R. Galst, treasurer; V. Ames, Pan-Hel representative; C. Wagenknecht, historian; Miss A. Thorngate, adviser. First Row (1. to r ) C Clark, C Brinkman, M Uc Secmd Row: M. Feller, J. Olsen, B. Faick, B. Gehrig, B. Glass, J. Wienke, J. Volk. Third Row R. Galst, V. Ames, D Cohen, C Wagenknecht, Miss A Thorngate, B. Wahlfcil, V. Crompton, L. Grinhaug, M. Stubenrauch. Fourth Roh ' .JB. Buboltz J. Kraaxe, L. Sims, B Brandt, D M Thelaner, J Pihringcr, M C. Kalfsbeek, J. Levenick, A. George, E. Frank, D. Habeck, E. McKay. 116 Margery MacLachlan, Dean of Nursing School. r Nursing Nurse ' s school is associated with the Medical School and Wisconsin General Hospital with its coordinating committee composed of the Dean of the Medical School, Superintendent of the Hospital, and Director of the school, having " capping " as an outstanding activity. Orthopedic hospital scene. In their training, nurses aid in man fields. Wanda Bcandcr Dorothv Gray Helen Beinema Dori Grossen Barbara Davis Sallv HucbncT Kaihcrinc Dcutsch Eleanor Idtsc 1952 Nursing School Graduates y , , Edna Johnson Shirley Kalas Pat Lovvman Ruth Schneeweis Helen McCune Marilvn Stubbc 118 ine .7 Extension Division The Wisconsin Extension Division under Lorentz H. Adolphson brings the University to the state and fulfills the motto that " the boundaries of the campus are the boundaries of the state. " Extension centers located in many Wisconsin cities offer a wide program of undergraduate courses to off-campus students. Extension Division further serves the state through a program of adult education by radio and correspondence. • - 1 m Extension Center class in bot.iin nvntiiiji lor Tui.iv I kM Extension Divisions The University of Wisconsin Extension Division, serving as a link between the University and the citizens of the State, offers a planned program designed to fulfill the needs of all people in all portions of the State. The Centers, located in ten Wisconsin cities, might indeed be termed " regional community colleges. " Extension class in art for adults. Extension Institute for countv traffic office 120 English discussion group. In addition to offering freshman and sophomore college work for many voung men and women who would not otherwise be able to get the beginning of a college education, the Centers provide opportunities for adults of all ages who desire new knowledge for professional or cultural purposes. Zoology: Does he bleed " Math class . . . complicated? 121 a Political Science discussion group University Classes A study of the clothes and customs of Spain and Mexico. 122 X Graduate School y In the renowned Wisconsin Graduate School projects in humanities, social sciences, natural sciences, and other fields are encouraged. Re- search in all these fields is carried on so that knowledge and under- standing mav reach a broader scope. In seminars and laboratories in- dividual students are helped to carry on independent studies. iii|i Enzyme Institute EnzuiK Resell Ji BiiiMiii.n. The Enzyme Institute, JiixctcJ by Dean Elvehjcm, provides a center for re- search in Enzyme Chemistry. Other functions are to train Post-Doctorate Fellows from all over the country and to ct)ordinate enzvnie research on the campus and the state by providing materials. The Industrial Relations Center, directed by R. W. Fleming, is an organiza- tion working directly out of the president ' s office. Its purpose is to act as a co- ordinating agency in the Held of industrial relations and to combine the in- terests of labor and management elements. Industrial Relations Center State Laboratory of Hygiene The State Lab of Hygiene checks any- thing that is suspected of containing dis- ease. These disease specimens pass through the laboratory here and branches through- out the state. The director is Dr. Wm. D. Stovall. W. D. Stovall, State- Laboratory of Hvgicnc University News Service Robert Taylor, director Unr The University News Service is the publicity agent of the University. Under the direction of Robert Taylor, it dispenses all information of the Univer- sity through various media; such as radio, newspapers, television and magazines. __ , , The University Press, under the leadership of Thompson Webb, is primarily willVerSIWy the publishing company of manuscripts by both Universitv and State authors. These manu scripts, when submitted, are screened and edited, and then given to different printing companies for their completion. The organization concentrating on men- tal disease is the Wisconsin Psychiatric In- stitute. It performs checks and tests on the mentally ill and its work is done in co- ordination with the hospitals throughout the State. Dr. V. F. Lorcnz, director Psychiatric Institute. Wisconsin Psychiatric Institute T WV-bh, Uiiivci-sitv Pro 125 i4 Graduate Students JUNE A. BEHNKE ... Mi Milwaukee State College. TEODORO R. CAGUIAT M.S. Mechanical Engineering . M.S. Applied Art . San Juan, Rizal, Philippines International Club; Grad Club. VICTORIA F, DANS Chemistrv. San Juan, Rizal , Philippines . . , MS. Education . , , Tau Kappa BILL D. FRANCIS Salem, 111 Epsilon. ROBERT J. HANSON . . . Rockford, III. . . . Political Science . UniverMt ot Cincinnati . . . Graduate Club. BILL HOPKINS . . . Milwaukee . . . M.S. Applied Art . . . Wiscon- sin Painters and Sculptors; Businessmen ' s Sketch Club; Gallery Com- mittee, Summer Chairman; Track. KENNETH M. KING ARIIORA S. MAMAUAG Club. Hickson, Ontario . . . Agriculture. . - . Quezc:)n Cit ' , Philippines . . . Grad JOSEPHINE J. MARQUEZ . . . Manila, Philippines . . . M.S. Bacteriology . . . Sigma Delta Epsilon . . . Phi Kappa Phi . . Interna- tional Club, Newman Club; Grad Club. ELMER H. MARTH . . . Jackson . . . M.S. Bacteriology ... Phi Sigma . . . Blue Shield, German Club; Saddle and Sirloin; Utopia House, President . . . Delta Theta Sigma. ROSALIA R . MERINO . , . Manila, Philippines . . . Education . . . Senior Orchesis, Junior Dolphin; Grad Club. EDWARD M. MICHALAK . . . Milwaukee . . . Electrical En- gineering . - - AIEE. MOKKA N. RAO . . . VValfair, Madras, India . . . Ph.D. Chemical Engineering . . . Sigma Xi . . . India Association, President; Common- wealth Club, Treasurer, International Club. ROLLAND P. SCHLIEVE . . . Eau Claire . . . Education ... Phi Delta Kappa . . . Alpha Phi Omega . . . Student Board, Treasurer. JOSEPH J. SHL ' TKIN LOl ' RDES C. VELEZ Science. WILLIAM E. WALKER Letters and Science. Milwaukee . . . L.L.M. Manila, Philippines . . . Letters and . . Port Hope, Ontario, Canada . . . 126 • Military School The purpose of campus ROTC units is to supply the regular and re- serve military forces of thc ' nation with educated and trained officers. ROTC has necessarily assumed a vital role in the present emergency situation, and the University Air, Naval, and Military advanced corps units have increased with the draft eligibilitv of college males. ' • ' ' ™rHH Intjntry Cadets learn operation of the 73 nim Rei:oilk s Rifle Engineer Cadets learn the construction of a Bailey Bridge ROTC Some 3600 men students go to make up this year ' s Army, Navy, and Air Force ROTC, affording a great pool of officer material for the years to come. In the present year the Army ROTC will have commissioned 500 second lieutenants in the 7 branches represented here at the University of Wisconsin. Most of these officers will he actively serving their country by September of this vear. Cape. RobLTt E. Blu Col. WinfrL-d G. Skciton. Lt. Col. Glc-n A. Stcll. 128 Arnold Air Society The prcanihic of the Arnold Air Society of the University of Wisconsin aptly states the purposes of this military organization when it reads: " to further the purpose, mission, tradition, and concept of the United States Air Force as a means of National Defense, to promote American Citizenship, and to create a close and more efficient relationship among the Air Reserve Officer ' s Training Corps cadets. As the future of all the members of the AF ROTC has become a certainty and active duty will call practically the entire group, the members of the Society have taken a great deal of interest in Society ' s Meetings. Officers for the year were: Donald M. Hegg, commanding officer; Keit h M. Nodolf, executive officer; Richard A. Larson, adjutant; Howard H. Brun- meicr, treasurer. Major Robert Fisher of the Air Force staff acted as the Arnold Air Society advisor. Fmr Row (_l. zo L NUttLl, J. Burke, M. Bma, L Roger, O Coleman, J. Fncdcrichs , ,.-«.; «„„ 1) Wru.k.H It. uiimm, , 1 - Hcgg, Lt. Caponc, Ma). Fisht-r, K. Nodolf, R. Larson, K. Schmidt. Third Row. J. Goscrc, B. Wells, L. Hoeft, H. .Mahan, K Benson, S. Cohen, R Kuhlman, D. Hoffman, B. Francis. 129 !i) ' A ' M n ■ - 1 U sv 1 K w if T 1 c i 1 ' nl i,:,v UMkL_.,. First Kow (1. to r): D. L. Rose, T. J. Shaughncssv, A. W. Groskopf, R. P. Haves, E. B. Goodman, C. R. Robinson, E. D. Mahlke, C. M. Bailev. Stcond Row: C. P. Whittlingcr, R. A. Chambcrlin, W. A. Barncv, T. H. Burkhaltcr, A. R. Allen, Major |. H. Flint, W. E. Kindt, J. W. Hendricks, J. A. Englander, W. E. Arnold,]. F. McNall. Third Kow.i:. Tovvell, J. A. Copp, A. S. Oakford, E. G. Young, N. G. Galanos, R. L. Kuhlman, T. J. Thomsen, P. L. Ash, T. A. Friesch, A. C. Kindt, J. Pelisek, D. L. Rice, W. Halpcrin, G. T. Glvnn. Fou rth Row: R. A. Ross, A. L. Woodmansee, J. C. Hilpertshauser, 2nd Lt. S. T. Raskins, P. L. Trump, R. C. Bowen, P. H. ' Sigwalt, C. H. Christie, W. M. Norgren. The National Society of Scabbard and Blade had its origin at the Univer- sity of Wisconsin. Thus Wisconsin ' s Company A, First Regiment, is the " Mother Company " to more than one hundred colleges and universities throughout the United States. The group ' s military activities throughout the vear are mixed with numer- ous formal and informal social functions. Officers were: W. E. Kindt, Capt.; A. R. Allen, 1st Lt.; T. H. Burkhalter, 2nd Lt.; J. W. Hendricks, 1st Sgt.; and Major J. H. Flmt, Advisor. Scabbard and Blade 130 F Pershing Rifles Company C-2 Staff Co»i»hiiuln:t, Ojlicer John F. McNall, 1st Lt. Platoon Leader Neil H. Kempf, 1st Lt. Platoon Leader Robert A. Ross, 2nd Lt. Adjutant Charles Whittlinger, 2nd Lt. Pledge Officer William Norgren, W.O.J.G. Frrst Sergeant Donald Hess, 1st Sergeant Charles Bartholf George Crawford Dave Dybdahl James Endicott Allen Fisher Allen Gooch James McNall Raymond Miller Actives Dale Mueller Floyd Olson Phillip Pearsall Fredrick Schalla John Williams Elwyn Williams Kenneth Winter Evans Warne Pershing Rifles is a National Honorary Military Society, founded in 1892 by Lt. John J. Pershing. The Society was established at the University of Wisconsin in 1936 and is Company " C " , of the Second regiment of Pershing Rifles. The purpose of the Society is " to encourage, preserve and develop the highest ideals of the military profession, to promote American citizenship, and to provide appropriate recognition of a high degree of military ability among the basic cadets of the Reserve Officers ' Training Corps units. " The Militarv Police Corps Honor Guard presents Signal Corps seniors learn communications on The Transportation Course Cadets learn the oper- arms. latest equipment. ation of a railroad system. mnm ' ikm-U 131 WHP fefJH " : ■ ?SSWt fei.- W ' SeOMsiN BAOOen Activities creafp « j. Social A couple hurried to the door — 12:30, just in time. Perhaps they had been to a fraternity party, a formal; or Mil Ball, where all the brass and polish whirled their dates around the floor. Whatever it was, it must have been a wonderful evening. L. Wcrneckc, M. Trcbilcock, A. Hillcr, M. L. Jensen, J. Saan, B, Besscrdich. The Pan-Hcl Ball skit . . . Cleopatra and the king. PAIT-HEL BALL February 22nd saw Pan-Hcllcnic ' s outstanding social event of the season, Hi-Ball. The dance is given annually to promote intersorority fellowship and to give deserving girls scholarships. Beata Besserdich, general chairman, and her committee of Jo Ann Saari, publicity, Mary Trebilcock, arrangements, Linda Wernecke, promotions, Jane Larson, tickets, Mary Jensen, entertain- ment, and Aileen Hiller, decorations, were in charge this year. Looks like people are enjoying themselves at Pan-Hcl hall. 135 Greek Week 1951 hct an on Wednesday, October 17th w ith Workshop [dis- cussions on Chapter Leadership, Pledge Training and Chapter Service Projects. L ' ndouhtedlv the most popular event was the Open House held on Friday at Tripp Commons. The work on Saturdav the 20th, of the fraternity pledges at Vilas Park, and of the sororitv pledges at the Red Cross Center was very much appre- ciated. The informal dance at the Loraine Hotel the same evening was well attended and enjoyed h all. On Sunday one sorority house and three fraternity houses were the scene of teas for faculty and students, and Tuesday ' s Banquet brought the events to a close. Designed to bring the Greeks on campus together and to publicize some of their aims and accomplishments, Greek Week was organized by Ellen Nvhus and Bill Groham and sponsored bv the Pan-Hellenic and Intertraternity Associations. The Greek Week dance in the Loraine Hotel, Tlu- head tabic .u the Greek Week Banquet, Faciiltv reception at the Kappa Sigma house The Sigma Chi house tacultv reception. GHEEE WEEK Faculty reception at the Chi Phi hous. Greek Week Open House held at Tripp Coninions in the Union- Greek Week workshop session. 137 if WSCiA Fashion Shi) v , , . prcttv dress? The Slimmer Delta Gamma house prom queen skit. Summer Gaiety The Beta house summer skit . . . eucss who The Sigma Chi " girls " campaigning tor proii queen. 138 J-sz i Campus Carnival The 1952 Campus Carnival directed bv Richard Schillfarrh, contributed over $2,500.00 to the Campus Community Chest. Gamma Phi Beta and Sigma Phi won first place in the non-participating class. Alpha Epsilon Pi and Shoreland won the participation event trophy. Theta Delta Chi and Kappa Delta won two trophies: one for most tickets sold and another for largest ticket sales in the audience participation class. Delta Tau Delta and Alpha Chi Omega won a trophy for the most tickets sold in the non-participating class. Clockwisi: Kappa Alpha Thcca and Phi Gamma Delta. Sigma Kappa and Phi Kappa Sigma, Alpha Chi Omega and Delta Tan Delta, Pi Beta Phi and Delta Upsilon. 139 l v IVTWC ' HOMECOMING Paul Fishtr, chairman of HoriKconiing. Homecoming " 1951 " Style came in with cold weather. Red faced students and alumni bounced around the campus Friday afternoon watching the " W " Club beat the Thetas in their Annual " Egg Hop. " They then continued their tour of Homecoming decorations. The awe-inspiring " Budah " of Conover House won first place hands down. Fifteen divisional trophies in all were awarded. At seven o ' clock on Friday night, lower Langdon echoed with shouts of " go Badgers " as the pep rally moved into the full swing of Homecoming Spirit. Talks by Joe Steinauer and " Roundy " Coughlin added the necessary punch to the team ' s send off. The rally continued in the form of marching behind the band out University Avenue to Pot Po ' urri at the Field House. Over 5000 fans watched such acts as " Swan Lake, " " The Four Taps, " and " The Goofy Gobs, " not to mention the attentive ears tuned to hear the University band, Men ' s Chorus, and Haresfoot ' s Bob Harks. ■ V " Cluh egg hop K.ipp.i Alpha Thcta challenging. President Fred receiving a homecoming bntton from Mirzi Forsvthe 141 Jl! Dave Lee, publicitv chairman. Dick Fjcldhcim and Dale Reistad, entertainment. Saturday the blizzard came. Traffic came to a standstill, but the crowd poured out to the game bucking the driving snow already a half foot deep. Those who saw the game remember it for the howling wind, heavy snow, and cold spectators. The muddy football players played the game with cold, numbed hands. It was a real thriller and up to the last minute the score was still 0-0. And then came the break. John Coatta passed to Bill Hutchinson who ran it all the way for a touchdown. Homecoming was saved! Wisconsin beat Indiana, 6-0. People then streaked out of the stadium heading for the old meeting places. That night Homecoming Ball was attended by a capacity crowd. Besides dancing to the music of Larry Ladd, Don Voegley, and Dick Reuidibush, they watched the coronation of Carol Jean Cherry, Homecoming Queen. This year ' s team running Homecoming included Paul Fisher, general chair- man; Dave Lee, publicity; Jim McCormick, finance; Paul Sigwalt and Gene Cramer, Pot Pourri; Art Maier, Homecoming Ball; Bud James and Barbara Jahns, decorations; Don Paape and Mitzi Forsvth, buttons; Jane Pablick, promotions, and Gordy Johnson, pep rally. The Four Taps at Pot Pourri. Homecoming king, Paul Fisher, and his queen, Carol Jean Chcrrv. 142 SAINT PAT ' S BALL Lawyer or Engineer? BEARD REGISTRATION— Lf r to Kight: R. Roscn- kranr, H. Boricko, H. Henricks, E. Erskine. Stubble chinned engineers and their dates danced to the music of Richard Kent ' s orchestra, amid enormous pipe wrenches, slide rules, and Osear, the iron man. The ball, in honor of the alleged patron saint of the engineers, climaxes a week of button selling, beard contests, and the engineer-lawyer basketball game. Presented at the dance were the candidates for " St. Pat of ' 52 " and the winners of the beard contest. The ball is sponsored by Polygon Board, a representative governing group of engineering students. ST. PAT ' S CANDIDATES— Lf r to Kit ht. Stundtm, O. Kastc, Polvgon.J. Kolicr, M.E.;C. Marshall, M. and M.,C. YJcrstad, C.E. Siat,d: R. Stcbens, E.E., H. Hinrichs, Ch.E. no r itaa , HUMOROLOGY 1952 At the pi.iiw (1. to r.): D. Wciik R. Martin, D. Fiircr, M. Nclsoi J. Holman. Stu !j. Sylvan, W C. Wcsurlund, i! S a v . ' ,i ift ' Fun for all and funds for a good cause were the incentives which spurred Humorology ' 52 on to success. Sponsored by the I-F and Pan- Hcl Councils, the shows rewarded good humor to audiences and part- icipants and awarded large proceeds to the Madison Kiddie Camp. Vying for trophies, eight hnalist skits performed before capacity crowds in the Union Theater on March 14 and 15. Operations behind the project were guided by General Chairman C. lund who was assisted by: R. Martin, judges; M. Nelson, ar- ingements;D.Weiner, productions;]. Holman, programs; W. Grunow, romotions; R. Purer, publicity; J. Sylvan, tickets; and R. Martin, nancial director. Wcs X-. y r r :U ' - ' i a m W ,v Humorology tryouts ... Pi Lamhd.i Phi and Lake Lawn skit. m |)iL.ini music ... a sweet date ... an enjoyable evening They dance laugh . . . and have fun. I. F. Ball " March Roar " was the theme of this year ' s gahi I.F. Ball. The dance was held in Great Hall on March 21, with Bob Arden ' s band providing the musical background. The king who presided over the ball was a pledge selected at the dance from a court of most eligible gentlemen selected by sorority pres- idents. Above the bandstand appeared a truculent lion together with a meek little lamb. This same couple appeared together in miniature throughout the hall signifying those two well known March personalities. This was the second year that the Pledge President ' s Council handled the arrangements for the dance, and once again they proved themselves quite able " Little Greeks " . M. Sinnott, Chi Omega, was the General Chairman, and was assisted by the executive council of Pledge President ' s council consisting of C. Schmidt, L. Mitchell, M. Garstang, and P. Wangelin. The shores of Lake Mcndota. A Campus Spring Outdoor studying on the steps of Basconi Hall. Ditk DoublLdav, ixtoitnc charrman of Mil Ball. Military Bail ■ " A Modern Maneuver, " the theme for the 1952 MILITARY BALL, was carried out in highly imagina- tive three-dimension decorations. Space ships, inter- planetary space, and the black of airless atmosphere set the mood for the capacity crowd, composed largely of Army, Navy, and Air Force Cadets. Said Dick Doubleday (General chanman of Mil Ball Committee) to his chairmen as thev planned for the Ball, " We want this to he a ' Basic ' military affair--one every cadet will want to attend. " ' Highlighting the evening was the Court of Honor, the King, elected by all cadets, and his chosen Queen, and the Sabre Ceremony and the Grand March. The evening was a success thanks to months of hard work by all of the committee members. Something new was even tried when a girl was given an honorary com- mission and a chairmanship. We say that the military went all out for MILITARY BALL. Darwin Yoran. arrangements uhi)l.is (,.il.nioN, hnance Phyllis Grossman, publicity Phil Ash, administrative assistant Robert Bowen, promotions James MacLachlan, decorations 148 Dc-an Masscy, radio Lawrence Clancy, special events ;ill Catliii, CoLirt of Honor David and Robert Lowell, Newspapers display T vost marsii . uAli Stewart Jungman, purchasing Richard Outland, photography Stanley Altenbern, tickets and boxes Albert Stauffacher, Comp. Dinner and band 149 Good ol ' boat riding. What would Madison be without Lake Mcndota? Is this rcallv summer school? Mav not he real water skiing . hu 150 m ' oim l r ' n .ui ;v . ' " S: ' . » ppfc? PEOM ?© ' ' ; ' A I hat hcuvccn dance- FROM J 52 THE COURT- Standing (I. ro r.J: J. Brandenburg, D. Pigorsch, F. Knapp, Donna Erickson, D. Davits. SeiiteJ: P. Berg, N. Wctztl, N. Smith. As the first couple entered the dance floor at the ' 52 Leap Year Prom February 29, they were met by a beautifully decorated " The King and I " motif throughout the Memorial Union. This was Wisconsin ' s 58th Prom since the rtrst one was given on Washington ' s Birthday, February 22, 1895- Unlike the 57 Proms preceding this year ' s, a Prom Queen replaced the traditional Prom King to reign over the royal affair. At 11:30 all eyes were focused on the presentation of Prom Chairmen, Badger Beauties, and Prom Queen Candidates. At 11:45 Regent Wilbur Renk, crowned Miss Donna Erickson " Queen of the 1952 Prom. " Miss Erickson is a member of Alpha Phi Sorority. Sharing the reign of this year ' s Prom with Miss Erickson was Fred Knapp, a senior from Shell Lake, who was named " King of the 1952 Prom. " Ufr to Right: S. HaasI, Banquet: E. Trapp, co-puHI., K. Klatz, invitations; . . Schmiege, co-piibi.; H. Schubert, arrangements sec; L. Eggers, Arrange- ments ehrjnan. 153 Irfr to Ri hi: P. Grossman, promotions; M. Schlangcr, Jicorations; P. Lohman, c-xcc. set., T. Anderson, Imancc; B. Buckles, programs. A large measure of credit for rhe success of ' 52 Prom was due to its Chairman, Dan Carter, Beta Theta Phi, his assistants, and the hundreds of co-eds and their dates who danced to the music of the nation ' s best dance band amid colorful and realistic dec- orations reminiscent of a Siamese Kingdom of old. Left to Right: A. Stanffochcr, music; J. Dunn, lounges, ]. Caldwell, coronation, C. Rover, reception, R. Lund, queen ' s chrmn. Lijtto Right: Dan Owen, Ned Buchholz, Henry Yin, and Gerald Meyers of Seibecker house in the Men ' s dorms look over last year ' s Badger to see what they ' ve purchased for ' 52. 1952 Badger Contest Sigma Phi Fraternity and Gregory House in the Men ' s Dorms were picked the out- standing houses on campus last ■winter by the Badger. They outshone all the other living units in buying books and their courage and devotion were appreciated by the unsung heroes of the sales staff. It takes nerve to buy a BADGER, sight-unseen, and these men put their money on the line in a worthy cause and now, as they read this, we hope they are happy. In this tribute to the machine age, sales manager Tom Towell (at the wheel) and his assistants canvassed the campus during the fall and spring to sell this year ' s pamphlet. Here is one of the reasons that the Sigma Phi ' s got 75 ' c of their house to buy Badgers If the only wav vou can get a look at the book is a p r,i- mid, something must be Publications h wouldn ' t be a morning at Wisconsin without the Daily Cardinal. And what would coeds do without the Badger to look up their blind dates in, or the Octopus for laughs; and the Wisconsin Idea. Through these publications Wisconsin students have every approach to a com- plete coverage of campus, national and world-wide events and thought. SiMc l (1. to r.); C. Halada, S. Suclt. C. Hubcr, J. Ross, M. ArK-ttcr. Sramiitii,: D. Peterson. M.J. Kleinheinz, J. Holman, S. Hale, H. Murray, K. Spaulding. Wisconsin Country Magazine The Wisconsin Country Magazine puts its spotlight on complete Ag campus coverage. Published each month by Ag and Home Ec students, the Country Mag with its statewide circulation is an excellent means for people of the state to get a view of the College of Agriculture. C. Halada edited the Wisconsin Country Magazine last fall and M. Mohr this spring. Coimtrv Mag staffers get together once a month to mail our the Mag. Lc-fr ro n hr .ire: D. Carew, photographer, M. Mohr, cilitor C SutherlnnJ. L. Wells, Ag editor, L KkKs.iJcl, M J Klnnheinz; P Tichcnor, associate editor Wisconsin Engineer The Wisconsin Engineer, one of the oldest and most stable campus publica- tions, was founded in 1896 and has been a continuous publication ever since. The magazine serves as an excellent campus activity for engineering stu- dents and an outlet for technical and semi-technical writing. It does not attempt to compete with authoritative technical journals, but bridges the gap between school and practice for the engineering student. It is the official publication for The Wisconsin Society of Professional Engineers as well as the students ' engineering magazine. EDITORIAL STAFF— Firsr Ron- (J. tor., ' : D. Dcscns, W. Filbcy, N. Suplinski. Second Row: O. Kriva, R. Leisscs, .). O ' Mcara, K. Godfrey. Business manager Rithard Dav ' ' " X Editor VVrlliam Filhev at work " . BUSINESS STAFF— First Row to r.): J. Collins, j. Chapel, J. Bokros, R. Sommerfeld. Second Row: A. Christenscn, R. Davies, G. Boettcher, W. Dries. 158 Jean Marheson, Cardinal editor Bill Marcus, executive editor, and Dav Filvarotf, managing editor. Cardinal This was the Cardinal ' s 60th vear of publication. There was little time for birthday celebrating, though. The staff worked long hours, five days a week, to produce the kind of campus dailv which made Badger students sit up and take notice. For more than half a century the Cardmal has distinguished itself as a newspaper which has exercised an active voice in university affairs. Never content to act simply as a campus mirror or bulletin board, this year ' s staff — in true Cardinal spirit — spoke out vigorously and often on campus contro- versies and sometimes created controversies, itself, when the paper raised new issues. Dave Filvarotf, managing editor; Jacqueline Bathcy, news editor; Allan Seltz, ass ' t university editor. DcCcsaro, assistant sports editor, and d Lea, sports editor. Top executive of the staff, responsible for Cardinal editorials, was Editor- in-Chief Jean Matheson. She was assisted in general staff management by Executive Editor Bill Marcus and Associate Editor Jim Dickson. Managing Editor Dave Filvaroff was in charge of the nightlv production of the paper, supervising the live news editors ' work from the time the copy was sent to the " rim staff " for editing until it appeared in print sometime during the earlv morning hours. His assistants were Howard Sayre and Chuck Banks. Responsibilitv for news coverage and supervision of reporting was the job of University Editor Jerry Schecter, aided by Assistant Al Seltz. The Cardinal ' s unique Saturday Magazine section was edited this year by| Leona Protas and the feature department was headed by Feature Editor Marietta Marshall and her assistant, Dick Roseman. Judy Reinitz aided with work on the " mag. " Sports Editor Bud Lea and Assistant Sports Editor Al DeCesaro were in charge of the Cardinal sports staff which turned in extensive coverage on major, minor, intercollegiate, and intramural athletics. Social life on the Badger campus was reviewed by Society Editor Nancy Boebel and her two assistants, Rita Bucklin and Marv Cunnien. Lcona Protas, magazine editor. Cardinal Business Manager Chuck Biedcrman and his staff ' took charge of the mammoth task of financing and distributing the Cardinal to its readers five mornings a week. John Nowicki filled the post of advertising man- ager and Dolph DuMont was circulation manager. Operating as general overseers of the pa- per was the Cardinal hoard of control. Student-elected members of the board were Elaine Koester, Dick Larson, Molly Mel- ham, Rollie McGinnis, and Jan Lucal. Faculty members were Professor Lester L. Hawkes, journalism; Professor James A. Gage, mechanical engineering; and Pro- fessor Bryant E. Kearl, agricultural jour- nalism. Rita Buckliii, Joan Holnian, Nancy Bochcl, Mary Cunni Pcgg) Roach, Ed Through the difficulties of contracts, personnel, pictures and all the other things that pertain to publishing a book, the BADGER has come through with living colors. With the help of Mr. George I. Heffernan, better known as " Heff, " and Bob Mandel, who were the representatives of the printing and engraving companies respectively, the book had technical advice and aid. Then, of course, there was the staff, and what a staff it was! Everyone from the assistant editor right down the line accomplished miracles with the ma- terial for the pages. Calling people for copy, taking pictures, writing cap- tions, re-writing copy to brmging cokes up to the office were just some of the " miracles. " Mike Sarlcs. business manager of 1952 Badger. 163 THIS IS TO CERTIFY THAT HAS BEEN DULY ELECTED AND INITIATED AS A FULL AND WORKING MEMBER OF G.O.S.S.D.B.D.Y.W. you sr.KvicK as )F THF. BADGER ( land olti AiHtcttf of sliiflitlif delapitdted (in(l n ' n hi ' n ilou n ifvaihook ulteel.S UNIVKRSITY OF WISCONSIN Klu Erthcnbaiim. art cditoi, .uid Mill Ij photography of the main division pages. Bob Finkbint, AiiJrtv Zilisch and Jill Bump checking tnyr.n im; onKis 164 I Wisconsin Badger The 1952 BADGER stresses the recon- struction that is going on all over the campus. The new buildings which have been built, and the ones to be built in the future, demonstrate how the University is forever expanding to create better facili- ties for its students. The 500 pages of this year ' s book con- rain full coverage of all the administrative, academic and social affairs, plus the living units, sports, and index which we hope has correctly-spelled names. There are also four pages of Badger Beauties to represent the co-eds of our campus. The Business staff sold the page con- tracts and the books, and arranged for the selection of the Badger Beauties, while the Editorial staff plugged through all the copy and pictures. At times, people could hardlv wade into the offices due to the pa- per and cardboard scattered around. In the end, however, everything seemed to clear away. Long hours and furrowed brows existed during deadline times, but when the new 1952 BADGER arrived in May, smiles were " Bigger and Better " than ever! Joan Bitner, Maurine Watson, and Dick Larkin filing and checking the copy for the 1952 Badger. Tom Towell and Roscnury Leahy, the future Business Manager and Editor, resptctiveiy, discussing plans for the 1953 Badger. BADGER PHOTOGRAPHERS- John Mitchell, Milt Leidner, Tom Ferderhar, and Del Desen 165 ggj Lrft to Right: Ki Hilscnhoff, Peggy Roach, editor; Mike Sarlcs, business manager;.)iil Bump, Toby Reynolds, Prof. Frank Thaver, Sally Schaefcr, Kent Braunstein, Gloria SutclifFe, Prof. Harry Schuck, faculty adminis- The Badger Board is the governing group of the BADGER. The five student members and the three faculty advisors including Prof. Harry Schuck, faculty administrator, serve as a check against the editor and business manager. The Board decided the printing, engraving, cover and senior photography contracts, plus the editor and business manager, in the spring of 1951- The following school year, the Board met every two weeks to determine the total number of pages on the BADGER, to check the budgets, and to control and settle anv problems. Badger Board Sally Schaefer, president of the B. doer Board. 166 1952 BADOEK BEftUTIES s. emi Ina ilAtd First Rmc (1. to r ): J. Inglcftcld, M. Rupp, C. Wcstcrland, C. Rover. Second Rou: J. Mondschinc, D. Houser, P. Jackson, L. Gossert. Third Kow: S. Pichcll, C. Swanson, B. Howard, M. Bochm. The selection of the Badger Beauties is an event that is always looked forward to with anticipation. This year the Badger has again attempted to find the best of the many campus beauties. From the results shown on the following pages, it seems as if they did a very good job. From the original seventy candidates sponsored by campus organizations, a group of student judges narrowed the field down to 36. The second judging was more difficult, with each girl talking to a group of judges for a few minutes. These judges cut the held down to twelve on the basis of beauty, poise, and personality. The final- ists ' photographs were sent to three na- tionally known judges for their opinions. This vear Jim Whiffen, Badger Beautv Chairman, selected Walt Kelly, John Rob- ert Powers, and Arthur Godfrev to do the choosing. 167 0 ' B A D G E il ••w. I ' .f ffi . ' ji MtiyjA BS crriES SB5 SSS5 ' " 1 M. .H W ' c nccJ compctLiit representation. Fall Elections I ' m voting for him . , , good looks The ' Democratic way " . HK4 1 A H - ' H Wm M x m ' Bk l H H r r M " ' - t Slw ' WR m t ' " " l JI Hl M h- ' ' - iML r ■- riERF WSA fee helps support and aid the studcnrs. Registration S ' : " .f P f $75 or $225? He ' s not a convict . . . iust for the record. 173 ..f .-fi Spotts " You pays your money and you rakes your choice " might be a statement applied to the held of sports at Wisconsin. The natural sur- roundings of our campus act to stimulate everything from swimming to ski jumping. Football, basketball, fencing, track, and countless other sports are present for both the spectator and participant. Men Behind The Scenes Administrative head of the Wisconsin sports progra Athletic Director Guv Sundt. Athletic Publicity Director Art Lentz busily disseminating sports information to Badger fans. Serving as the general foundation for the Wisconsin athletic system are a group of men whose work can be classified as the ' " behind the scenes " activities. Guy M. Sundt is the Ath letic Director of the universitv, beginning his position in October of 1950. A graduate of Wisconsin, Sundt has within his task the direction of all sports. Art Lentz serves as the director of the Sports News Service, and it is within his range to govern all issuing of news on the various reams as well as managing the various publicity assignments. He is as- sisted by Francis Ryan, Assistant Director of the Sports News Services. Walter Bakkc is in charge of all the school ' s athletic training. Bakke, as head trainer, has been in this position since 1936. Equipment for the Card athletic squads is issued, replaced, and kept in repair by Gene Roberts, while Dr. John L. Bentley fulfills the tasks required of the physician in charge of all Badger sports. 175 , w • • niir I w iW " ' iriiii II B,i " " " " -nwiii B T, I Best uaager i «?«■■■ — — i i if „ ,hc pS iwiscomin ' s legendary mouna.n o g. . ,, an a rose bowl bid, by only ° " ' t ' ' deaJloci: with a tough Ohio State I inois and a missed extra point » h» ' ' J " ' ' " fact that they wiU remain ' I ' he ' b ' S f erin " th " he « a .d -; » ' ' ' ' ' ' " ; Z Brief on Ivy Previously a member of the coaching staffs of Yale and Lafayette, Ivy Williamson made his coaching debut at Wisconsin in 1949 and has guided the Badger grid fortunes steadily upward since then. An All-Conference End at Michigan in 1930-31-32, Ivy consistently emphasizes sound strategy in grid- iron principles and rigorous training, plus top-notch spirit among his men which has paid great dividends by raising Wisconsin to a high and well- respected position in Big Ten football. First Kow (1. to r.); J. Coatta, G. Felker, H. Gilbert, D. Hansen, B. Gable, Capt. |. Hammond, B. Lane, B. Leu, P. ODonahue, J. Smith. Sicoml Rou R. Strchlow, D. Tetealc, E. Withers, H. Favertv, B. Schleisner, C. Berndt, B. Kennedi, G. Simkowski, G. Stemmetz, D. Suminski. Thml Row: K Burks, B. Hutchinson, N. Ace, G. O ' Brien, C. Bachman. B. Hable, G. Martin, B. Miller, K. Peters, B. Lamphcre. Fourth Rou:- A. Prchlik, T. Proctor. E. Andrykowski, H. Carl, T. Rcndler, T. Canny, J. Dixon, R. Dornburg, N. Esser, W. Gulseth, Fifth Row: G. Becker, manager;.]. Friedl, manager; R, Hoenisch, W. Hansen, G. Vergetis, G. Wilson, ' ]. Witt, G. Wuhrman, J. Grain, W. Bakke, G. Roberts. Sixth Row:T. Bennet, G. Lanphear, P, Shaw, M. Bruhn, Head Coach, Ivy Williamson, B. Odell, F. Marsh, L. Dykes. Jim Hammond Team Captain 1951 Ed Withcri Gridiron Record All-Amcrican Dctensivc Halfback Bill Gable INS All-Midwest Guard Harrv Gilbert Honorable Mention All-Big Ten Guard WISCONSIN |T] | 6 | [o] [T7| MARQUETTE | o] [T] [0! [T] Step in the Right rection, 22-6 After a scoreless first quarter before 46,000 Camp Randall Stadium fans, the Badger defensive platoon racked up eight points on a blocked Hilltopper punt and a 53 yard pass inter- ception bv sophomore linebacker Rodger Dornburg to start the 1951 Cardinal grid team towards their initial victory. Halfback Rollie Strehlow punched over for the Badger ' s final two scores after long runs bv Harland Carl and Captain Jim Hammond had set up the respective opportunities. Marquette tallied their onlv touchdown on a 60 vard pass play from quarterback Don Leahy to Halfback R. Esposito in the hnal stanza. Q)llisioD ahead — Strehlow drives towards the open arms of a determined Marquette tackier. Dornberg on the wav to the initial touchdown of the season with an intercepted Hilltopper pass. Sprint star Harlaml Carl races for seven valuable yards against the fighting Illini. ILLINOIS WISCONSIN 0HH0 i°] H H Birth ol the Blues, 10-14 Wisconsin hammered out a huge statistical margin of 20 first downs to eight and 274 yards in total offense to 142 over the fighting Illini in a heartbreaking contest played under threatening skies at Champaign. Yet, the Badgers lost 14-10 when they let a golden opportunity slip through their hands and failed to score from their oppo- nent ' s one yard line in the third stanza. Captain Jim Hammond recove red a Karras fumble in the Illinois end zone and Johnny Coatta added the extra point and a 24 yard field goal in the second quarter for Wisconsin ' s scoring effort of the after- noon, while All-American John Karras sprinted over for both of the Illini ' s tallies. Football Action . . . Storming Alan Amcche is finally brought down after picking up thirteen yards against the Northwestern Wildcats. George O ' Brien Captain-elect for 1952 DcrrtI Teteak Oavc Hansen All-Big Ten Defensive Guard Honorable Mention All-Confe cnce Center 180 o WISCONSIN OHIO STATE 6 1, 6 Defensive hack Ed With cr hangs on detcrninK-dl ' ro bring down ( Gene Felker Honorable Mention All-Big Tc End Pat O ' Donahue All-American Defensive End rry Smith All-Conference Tackle Bob Leu Honorable Mention All-Conference Tackle Buckevcs tic Badgers 6-6 in a bruising defensive game before 51,000 excited Camp Randall fans . . . Coatta to Faverty, Jano- wiez to Armstrong aerials produce only scores . . . Wisconsin is statistically vic- torious for the second straight week. All-Anierican V K.iit wr . ,m..-, Iii,i;li l,H ,1 t . Mx Frtish liillbjck Alan Amcche rips for vardagc against the W iMc.us of Nortfiwestcrn. Badgers smash Purdue ' s Homecoming hopes, 31-7 . . . Witt, Ameche, and Strehlow pace initial conference victory hy crashing Boilermaker end zone four times . . . Card defense is deadly, causing repeated Purdue fumbles and forcing across two safeties with rugged play. WISCONSIN H I j] PURD UE WHEH ■3 John Coatta Hal Favcrt ' Top Big Ten Quarterback and 1951 Most Valuable Player Passer Rollie Strehlow Bill Lane Honorable Mention Superb Safety Man All-Conference Halfback 182 WISCONSIN ift ' » ' .S=: - ti. ' tr. 5«WIl»l5 ' .A ' i Teteak and Haim back for no gain ni missing a block. 7 14 0H Ciptain l)(iii MacR.K grimaces alter NORTHWESTERN | 0 | | 0 | | " o] | 0 | Thanks for the Memory, 41-0 Led hv sophomore hack Jerry Witt who scored the first four touchdowns to equal a school record for a single game, the Badgers trampled previously undefeated Northwestern 41-0 before some 50,000 spectators in Dyche Stadium at Evanston. However, the Card offense in reaching their highest point production of the season did not steal the whole show as the " Hard Rocks " limited the vaunted Wildcat ground attack to a net gain of 23 yards. A live yard pass from Burt Hable to Junior End Kent Peters in the end zone and a two yard counter hv reserve fullback Bill Schleisner rounded out the scor- ing in Wisconsin ' s best team effort of the vear. Kent Peters Tup-tliglit |unior offensive end Rodger Dornburg Rough sophomore linebacker (F Touchdown bound — Witt has |ust taken a Coatta aerial and is dashing towards the Northwestern end-zone and his third score of the da Fullback Bill Schlcisiur bangs through the Quaker line for five yards Hard Rock ' s Sweet Sixteen Shakes the Quakers, 16-7 WISCONSIN 14 H PENNSYLVANIA fo " ] fo] IV] fo " The Wisconsin defensive pJatt)un, rated statis- tically as the finest in the nation, scored all of the points against an " up " and fighting University of Pennsylvania grid team to gain the Badger ' s fifth victory of the year. Line-backer Deral Teteak pounced on a bad Quaker pass from center bounc- ing in the end zone, tackle Boh Leu rambled 39 yards with an intercepted pass, and All-American End Pat O ' Donahue tackled Penn back Robinson behind the goal line for a safetv to accomplish the " Hard Rocks " scoring. A Robinson to Halon pass-plav, good for 68 yards, resulted in Pennsyl- vania ' s only touchdown. Tackle Dave Suminski sprints across to wipe out the Penn afc[ man as .Achleisner bucks through for Badger ' 4r It.. : jm. Bob Kenncdv Jcrrv Witt All-Conference guard Lciding B)g Ten scorer D.ive Suminski Honorable Mention All-Conference tackle WISCONSIN IOWA 13 1 14 7 0HEH Arc Prchlik Honorable Mention All-Big Ten tackle Alan Ameche Leading Big Ten ground game Rov Burks Expert punt return man Bill Hutchinson Speed ' )unior halfback Nothing can stop us now, 34-7 After spotting Iowa an early touchdown lead on a Britzman-Rice acrial strike in the first stanza, the Badgers thundered to an impressive 34-7 Dad ' s Day triumph before a throng of 46,000 in their hnal home game of the season. Unable to spot .in opul r.Lcn .r, John Lo.it Hawkeyes ' left end with four determined, hut out-di: lowans in futile pursuit. Three burly Hawkcyc linemen defend their goal line unsuccessfully as Alan Ameche gathers steam to rip through for a Card touchdown. Iowa Hawkeves. ' Halfback Roy Burks is tossed for a loop in the Marquette contest. This Was the Sweetest Conquest of Them All, 30-6 On ;i frozen field and in near zcrt) wcarhcr, Wisconsin unleashed an awe-inspiring ground attack to crush the Minnesota Gophers 30-6 and chalk up their greatest victory margin in the 61 year old history of the bitter rivalry since the early ' 20s. Alan Ameche, freshman fullback who shattered all previous existing Big Ten rushing records, powered his way to a net gain of 200 yards on the ground and scored two touch- downs to turn in the outstanding individual performance of the sea- son ' s finale. Stellar quarterback Johnny Coatta also had a big day as he kicked his second field goal of the year, pitched a touchdown strike to end Hal Favertv, and raced around end eight yards to the end zone to account for the rest of the Badger ' s points. George Stcinmetz Tough reserve guard George Simkowski Slashing junior center Don N ' oss can frosh team Clarence Stensby AU-American frosh team guard WISCONSIN MINNESOTA 13 7 10 Z] HLi 186 m:MsSS» WISCONSIN |T] [7] fo | [7] INDIANA |_oJ [71 fo " ! Last ditch aerial blow with only 48 seconds left to play gives Badgers 6-0 win over Indiana ... 36 yard Coatta to Hutch- inson touchdown pass does the trick . . . 50,000 shivering homecoming fans watch bitter struggle in driving snowstorm. End Erv . ' ndryko vski|hnd it rough sledding as a Hoosicr dc tensive back climbs high to dellcct a Coatta aerial. Charles Berndt 270 pound junior tackle Erv . ndryko vski First string offensive end Jt-rrv W ' itr t.ikcs a pitch our .ind dashes around left end for a seven y.nd gain before being forced out-of-bounds V ' oss crashes through to block an Indiana punt attempt. Captain Jim Hammond closes in on a Hoosier hall-car Norris Ace senior halfback (d X f ' 1951 Homecoming Game Indiana, homecoming foe for the power- house Badgers, received a frigid welcome via the Madison weather-man in the form of a freezing, driving snowstorm. The combined efforts of the Hoosiers and the adverse weather conditions kept the Cards in check for all hut 58 seconds of the con- test when a Coatta to Hutchinson aerial strike payed off in victory by a six to nothing tune. This surprising shot in the dark sent 40,000 chilled Wisconsin fans who braved the storm home well satisfied with the game and ready to celebrate an- other successful home-coming day. Bill Schleisner rugged, reserve fullback Gary Bachman .senior center iff. Junior Varsity Football It was a contident Junior X ' arsity football team that began the 1952 season, and rightly so. Of the live games played, the Badger Jayvee eleven succeeded in winning them all. Added to this accomplishment was the tact that many of the c:)utstanding plavers on the junior varsity squad went on to N ' arsity competition, and in doing so won for themselves honors that were of an equal basis to the original Varsity eleven. In the initial tilt of the ' 52 vear, Wisconsin ' s Jayvee squad trounced Iowa, 27-12. Alan Ameche scored twice, demoralizing the Hawkeye aggregation with his bull-like plunges through their defense. In the second game, the Cards defeated Illinois, 24-14. This time it was Bob Young who sparked the local attack, pushing across two t.d ' s against the Indians. Meeting Ohio State, Wisconsin dominated the whole scene with the final score of 26-0. Jerrv Witt scampered to pay-dirt twice in the Buckeye encounter, and in the hnal two games of the season the Badgers downed Iowa, 6-0, and Northwestern, 12-0. Coached by Fred Marsh, the 1952 Badger junior varsitv squad turned in one of the hnest performances vet to be recorded in the annals of Wisconsin jayvee football. Finr Row (1. to r): D. . bbaja7, F. Aiello, A. Ameche, R. Badura, R. Bonofiglio, M. Bonofiglio, W. Brandt, C. Bratt, G. Braunschweig, R. Brown. SrcomlKow: G. Clark, J. Cvengros, R. Frecka, R. Gingrass, R. Goldman, J. Hensen, N. Knutson, R. Locklin. Third Row: K. Lundin, J. Mansfield, R. McMuUcn, G. Messner, T. Monfore, L. Morris, R. Nicolazzi, D. Pierce, R. Roeder, E. Ronzia. Fourth Row: L. Spvcalla, C. Stensby, J. Temp, D. Ursin, D. Voss, T. Wilcock, R. Young, J. Zillman. 1 r r T r T 1 e V f 9 3 Cross Country Led hy Captain Wait Deike, Wisconsin ' s 1951 cross country squad defeated Marquette, Notre Dame, Purdue, Minnesota, Michigan State, and Iowa to extend their conference record since 1948 to a total of 17 victories, losses. Outside of individual conference competition, the Badger harriers hammered their way to second place in the Big Ten meet and captured third in the N.C.A.A. meet. First Row (I. CO r.): B. McHugh, B. Inda, B. Mauer, E. Sultze, S. Costanza, D. Be captain; S. Murphy, F. Duis, T. Ward, C. Sternberg, D. Firchow, G. Des Jarlais. nan, student manager. Second Row: Riley Best, coach; V. Deike A S K E T ALL ■iSTT " , Badger basketball toachos Bud Fosic Conference guard Ab Nicholas. and Frirz W ' cgiier talk things o er lth Captain and AH- Basketball Season On all-around good defensive play and sparked by Center Paul Morrow ' s 18 points, the Badger quintet started the season off right by defeating their perennial rivals Marquette, 48-46. Wisconsin ' s winning ways soon went by the boards, however, to the tune of 63-53 played by a classy and confident Notre Dame five, but were quickly revived in a 66-47 conquest of Loyola of the South and a thrillmg, one point 55-54 victory over nationally fourth ranked St. Louis. All-Conference Ab Nicholas led the way with 26 big points in this, the Badger ' s finest triumph of the vear. Badger guard Si Johnson dribbles in tor a shot in Wisconsin ' s thrill-packed, one point victory over favored St. Louis. m ' lI nHH |PnBM Leading BaJgcf Atior r, Ab Ni hol , hook6 one in against Lovola of the South as the Cards triumph 66-47. After a 51-47 revenge loss to Marquette, Wisconsin posted a new all time high for a Badger five b y blast- ing Oregon 82-77 in San Francisco ' s famous Cow Pal- ace, vet showed a complete reversal of form the next night in a disappointing 68-49 defeat by California. On Januarv 5th, the Cardinal hoopsters opened their Big Ten season at Madison against Purdue and fell bv a 79-64 count before the free-shooting, sizzling Boilermaker club, and two nights later the Badgers turned in a fighting performance before bowing by a narrow four point, 53-49 margin to the eventual conference champs, Illinois. For the first time during the season, the Badgers turned in two consecutive Big Ten victories, defeating Ohio State 58-51, and Northwestern 74-58, before they ran aground against a tough Michigan State defense that resulted in a 50-39 loss to the Spartans. Wisconsin deserted conference play to dump Butler 62-60 and returned unsuccessfully to five straight Big Ten defeats at the hands of Minnesota 54-57, Purdue 78-67, Michigan State 57-55, Michigan 56-55, and a sharp, fast-breaking Indiana live 63-48, before they snapped back into first Row (1. to r.): H. Dean, T. Ward, D. Spika, C. Siefert, D. Cable, R. Weisner, S. Johnson, R. Godfrey, M. Daly. Stcmd Row: F. Wegner, P. Anderson, A. Nocholas, C. Dahlke, R. Weber, E. Carpenter, K. Harried, T. Stracka, B. Foster. Basketball Record 1951-52 i.HoiiMii Oppdiiein.i 48 Mari ucttc 46 53 Notre l ' )ame 63 66 Loyola (Souths 47 55 St. Louis U 54 47 Marquette 51 82 Oregon U 77 49 California 68 64 Purdue 79 49 Illinois 53 58 Ohio State 51 74 Northwestern 58 i.UdiiMii Opponeii .i 39 Michigan State 50 62 Butler 60 47 Minnesota 54 67 Purdue 78 55 Michigan State 57 55 Michigan 56 48 Indiana 63 69 Michigan 53 56 Ohit) State 69 78 Iowa 75 Junior Varsity Record 1 1 I. scons HI opponents 47 Wisconsin Varsity 60 62 Ntjrthwestern 49 52 Whitewater State 47 57 Northwestern 48 47 Whitewater State 69 54 Iowa 52 the vicrorv column with a 69-53 walloping of hapless Michigan to avenge an earlier one point decision. After losing to Ohio State at Columbus, the Badgers exploded to an amazing seasonal finish by blasting the Conference ' s two top teams. Iowa fell 78-75 and N.C.A.A. bound Illinois, ranked second in the country, was dumped un- ceremoniously by a 58-48 count. These blazing wins gave Wisconsin a five won, nine lost record in conference play and de- posited them at seventh place in the final Big Ten standings. Soph LL-ntcT Paul Morrow goes high in the air in an attempt to block a shot b a Notre Dame hoopster. Irish won 63-53. pS 5iBBE3e=V ■ ' Frosh swim stars Jim Lougee and Bob Bruncllc will add kick to the Badger prospects for hftv-threc. Finr Row (1 . to r Row: Asst. Mgr. Cherne, Mgr. H, S» • onka, B. Kelbc, 1 wimining Led by the aquatic efforts of co-captains Dave Anderson and Al Cherne in the free style sprint events. Coach John Hickman ' s 1952 Varsity Swim- ming Squad has thus far rung up a dual meet record of two victories as opposed to three losses. One-sided victories over Minnesota and Illinois highlight the Card tankmen ' s seasonal performances, hut are overbalanced by defeats at the hands of Wrestling Guided by the excellent coaching of George Mar- tin and paced by the outstanding performances of Captain Don Ryan, the local mat-men have earned a seasonal record up to this time of seven wins and rive losses, with Marquette, the Conference trials, the Conference hnals, and the N.C.A.A. meet still ): R. Kelbe, B. Brunelle, F. Woida, D. Suhm, J. ReJdemann, L. Elliott, B. Richard. SccoaJ K. Opgcnorth, B. Kevetter, D. Anderson, B. Kueny, A. Cherne, P. Fisher, B. Baker, K. Brickson. Third Row: Asst. Coach J. Smith, R, Bestor, J. Hoaglund, S. Mattson, E. Schel- . Lougee,.). Malinouski, Coach. J, Hakinan Abietit: . . Schardt. L. Horwitz. Indiana, Iowa, and Purdue. Junior swim-man Bob Baker, a sprinter and mid- dle distance performer, Jin Lougee, breast stroke specialist, and frosh Jack Hoagland, who excels in the back stroke and free style events, are other notable team members and should form a strong nucleus for next vear ' s squad. in the future. Ryan, who ended competition in February, has suffered only one loss in thirty-one dual meets dur- ing his entire c ollegiate career and is rated as one of the hnest wrestlers in the history of the sport at the Univcrsitv. Head Coach George Martin carefully checks the Height of his prize grappler. Captain Don Ryan. Lijt to Right:]. Nussbaum, D. Hill, L. Zur Coach G. Martin. Seeber, D. Rvan. Mathews, .J. Falter,.) Kumprcv, . . Prchlik, Head Boxing Coach John J. Walsh. Hc.kI boxing coach jiiii Walsh is often called a producer ot champions and rightly so. Arriving as boxing mentor in 1934, Walsh has thus far turned out five N.C.A. A. championship teams, 25 individual titlists, and an over-all team record of 87 victories, 10 losses, and five draws. Capablv aiding Walsh is Vern Wood- ward who competed on Wisconsin ' s mitt teams of 1936 and ' 37 and was appointed assistant coach in 1937. Boxing Following the rich and glorious tradition that is associated with the ring sport at the University of Wisconsin, this year ' s boxing team so far boasts an undefeated record and is recognized as the leading contender for the NCAA title in the national tournament that will be held here in Madison earlv in April. •Nb? V iO Consummation of the annual contenders and All-University Tournaments — Head Boxing Coach John Walsh is shown presenting the " Best Contender " award to Terry Tynan of Chicago. 196 1952 Annual All-Univcrsity Boxing Tournament Champion Wisconsin ' s rugged co-captains, Bob Ranck and Diclc Murphv, give a CardBoxing schedule the " once-over. " Led hy two 1951 NCAA champions in the heavyweight and 156 pound divisions, Co-captains Bob Ranclc and Dick Murphy, the Badgers have punched their way to three victories and one draw during the season up to now and are favored to continue their triumphal wavs against their remaining three opponents, Minnesota, Miami, and Michigan State. As the boxing attraction for the Sugar Bowl sports festivities in New Orleans, the Cardinal mittmen started their season off right by scoring a 5 to l} 2 decision over Louisiana State University. In spite of a forfeit to NCAA champ Bob Ranck in the heavvweight division, Wisconsin was held to a rugged 4-4 draw bv Washington State, but came back strong the next week to smash the Panthers of Penn State bv a 5} to 2J count. Showing their best form of the year and definitely nominating themselves as the team to stop for the 1952 NCAA matches, the Badgers slugged out a 5 to 3 victory over previously undefeated Eastern Intercollegiate Champion Svracuse. Giving the " Fightingest Fighter " trophy to Charles Magestro for his outstanding performance in the All-Universitv bouts is Coach Walsh. Assistant Boxing Coach Vern Woodward. 197 .ukI trust home; a member of the fenc mi» squ.id shows his form in one of thi Badger practice sessions. Coach A. L. Masley ' s fencing squad so far this year has experienced a mediocre season by dropping four out of their first five matches. They bounced back from their initial loss, a close 14 to 13 verdict at the hands of the Shore- wood Fencing Club, to score their only victory over the University of Iowa foilcrs, 15 to 12. From this point on, the Card team has dropped three straight contests to squads from Notre Dame, Northwestern, and Ohio State. Lift to Right: B. Hopke, D. Zautche. R. Sterns, A. Leipold, S. Wagner, Simonsen. 198 % BS ■J? ■J 1 Gvninastic Captain Gordy Johnson prac his specialty, the trampoline. 1952 Gymnastics r r ' r r c r y m Sr iNiinii R (. rollo L Ihon pvon 1) lHi uder t bred .TKk, V X ipl s. M B lo ■■IS haefcr. |. Eldred Km tlins : C; pt. G. lohnson R Sehk ter , G. Uhlmann, P. Kint s, D. Rose Coach D Morv Captained by a superb performer in Gordy Johnson, tile 1952 Badger gymnastics squad has rung up three victories as opposed to two defeats so far this season. Northwestern, Indiana, and Ohio State have bowed to the Cards, while Minnesota and Michigan have notched wins at Wisconsin ' s expense. The Conference and N.C.A.A. meets still lie ahead of the team as this copy goes to press. Indoor Track Coach Riley Best ' s indoor track squad en)oved an excellent 1952 season, trouncing Iowa 61 and two-thirds to 52 and one-third in the hrst meet of the vear. In their second encounter the Badgers downed Northwestern 91 to 23, and at press-time had yet to meet Minnesota. Outstanding performers were numerous on the team, with Captain LeRoy Colins running a superb 440. Jim Englander competed in the low hurdles, with Sam Greenlee and Frank Duis running the half-mile and mile respectively. Other excellent indoor track men were Harland Carl and Jerrv " Witt in the dashes and Kent Peters in the shot-put. Sprinter Jerry Witt Low hurdler Jimmv Engicnder. Sam Greenlee whips around a turn in the 880 vard run. Firit Row (1. to r.): Englander, Atkinson, Peters, Bleckwenn, Cherne, McConnell, Hoffman. Second Row: Ass ' t Coach Bennett, Firchow, Von Trebra, Friesch, Starr, Pickell, Coach Best, nird Row: Kellman, Collins, Mars, Carlson, Deike, Burks, and Student Manager Scribncr. Outdoor Track Highlights of the season included an 86-46 victory over Purdue and a 76-56 triumph over Ohio State, which coupled with a 100-32 defeat at the hands of a brilliant Michigan team gave the Badgers a commendable dual meet record for the year. Wisconsin hnished eighth in the Big Ten Meet held at Evanston, Illinois v ith eight points to wind up their regular season. Head track coach Riley Best checks the time iin some of his Badger runners. Stellar sprint star Harland Carl. 201 X ! W- ) - Shellv Fink, Captain of the 1951 Baseball St|uad. Baseball Dvnnie Mansfield Captained hv Sheldon Fink, the 1951 Wisconsin baseball team played above average ball thix)ughout the season, ending the year ' s campaign with an over-all record of 14 victories chalked up against eight losses and one tie. The Badgers battled their wav into fourth place in the Conference standings, and in doing so, set a new league record of five double plays in a single game. First Row (1. to r.): Jahnlcc. Cooper, Hash, Moore, Fink, Schnurr, Radkc, Gaestel. Second Row: Asst. Coach Wegner, K. Slottcn, R. Slotten, Van Eerden, Kucnn, Suter, Furseth, Andrews, Coach Mansfield. Third Row: Trotta, Kenefick, Barbian, Unke, Van Dien, Student Mgr. J. Stroebel. § 9 fL, § 202 an Mel Gaestcl. Pitchers Ron Unkc, Al Surer, and Ron Moore. Most valuable player Paul Furscth. Several outstanding individual performances highlighted the past season. Outfielders Jim ' anDien, Don Kcnefuk, and Paul Furseth produced perfect 1.000 fielding percentages in circuit competition while the latter boasted a new Wisconsin record of nine home runs for a single season. This tremendous hitting ability, coupled with alert defensive play in center held earned Furseth the title of most valuable plaver for 1951. The Wisconsin batting championship was captured bv ' an Dien, who hammered out an impressive .337 average. -« i Catcher John Schnur Firsr baseman Ron Barbian. 1952 Captain-elect Harvcv Huenn. Catcher Tom Cooper. 203 Varsity stroke Pete Wackinan. Crew Intercollegiate rowing history was made on the swirling, muddy waters of the Ohio River at Marietta, Ohio on June 16, 1951 as the University of Wis- consin Badgers became the first midwestern crew of all time to win the Inter- collegiate Rowing Association Regatta which is symbolic of the national championship. In gaining this honor they stroked over the two-mile course in the record time of 7:50.5 minutes and finished V4 lengths ahead of defending champion Washington. In their three regular season meets. Coach Norm Sonju ' s crewmen lost races to both Yale and California and emerged victorious over Columbia and Coach Norm Sonju is shown giving instructional advice to All -American Coxswain, Duanc Daent J.uiKs SclinilJt, nunihi.r three All-Anicrican Coxswain oarsman on the varsit ' crew. Duane Daentl. .u-M! and junior v.irsitx erew standing in tront ut their hotJ on th ( .ilitmin.i tup Left to Right: Healy, Espeseth, Moran, Schlick, Hood, Van Egeren, Schmidt, Sieuek, Torphy, and Malick. Rutgers in a. triangular race held on the Harlem River in New York. This average record gave little indication of the crowning glory that was to come when the Badgers upset all advance predictions in their climactic national triumph. Captain Duane Daentl, James Moran, and Victor Steuck were named to the All-American Crew and Robert Nelson was elected to captain the 1952 squad. Hopes and expectations run high for the coming year considering the fact that onlv two men, Daentl and Pete Wackman, are lost by graduation from the championship varsitv crew. Standing: Borrett, Hood, McKenzie, Wachman, Moran, Steuck, Heaiv, Vonegerm. Kneeling: Co. ' sw-ain Daentl. iiri ' s ' : ■ .4 - 205 K«rf «i. Ohm, Ruaduis, NtgLna.uik, Ddoyc. Sn,n,l„:e,: Endrc-s, Reagan, Grunow, CoaJi IlilJthi and. Tennis Coach AI Hildchrant ' s 1951 tennis team experienced a mediocre season due to the general inexperience of the Badger nettcrs. Of eleven matches scheduled, Wisconsin defeated only Marquette, Lawrence, and Minnesota. The Cards placed seventh in the final Big Ten standings, with Bill Grunow, outstanding team performer, carrying his winning streak as far as the finals of the No. 6 singles division. Warren Mueller began the 1951 year as captain, hut due to his entrance into the service was replaced hy James DeLoye. Turning in one of the finest seasons in several years, the Wisconsin golf squad ended third in the Conference race and went on to grab sixth in the NCAA team standings. Coached by Joe Steinauer, the Card golfers were paced bv the excellent per- formances of Captain Tom Mould and Curt Jacobs. Jacobs finished sixth in Big Ten individual standings, and with the aid of four other " W " lettermen, earned the golf team an over-all record for the 1951 season of 11 wins, 6 losses. Golf Present Coach John Jamieson is giving valuable club adv and Captain-elect Curt Jacobs look on. to Harry Lean while Bill Engel, Doug Kocpcke, Head Golf Coach Joe Steinauer, ■1 f Union The Wisconsin Memorial Union is second to none in the country and we of Wisconsin are justly proud of this fact. The facilities ,re numerous and varied. You can find dances, movies, plavs, recreation areas, and art naileries plus prohablv anv other activitv vou ' re seekin. somewhere in the Union. ' ' mt:--- A Trip Thru ittcf chairmen meet as Dir iron out program problems This is a " behind the scenes " view of the Union ... a look at the com- mittees designed to keep the Union programs which you know functioning ... a tour through the more unfrequented corridors and rooms to show the people of the Union at work. Council and Directorate are the groups which formulate Union policy, general policy and budgets in the case of the Council, and more specific pro- gram policy by the Directorate. Council is composed of students, alumni, and faculty members, while Directorate is the student committee chairmen. House committee, whose members are the hosts and hostesses of the Union, struggled against odds to keep up the tradition of Thursday coffee hours this year. They instituted a new program in the all-campus listening parties, whose success promise their continuation. Experimental theater, puppet shows, legitimate stage productions and even " staging " coffee hours filled this year ' s program for the Theater committee. Thev climaxed their efforts by sponsoring the world premiere of William Faulkner ' s play " Requiem for a Nun. " Union Cratts committee members learn first, then teach in Workshop clas Commons committee, which forms policies in the food units, tapped its Suggestion Boxes for student-advised improvements in the dining rooms. Beefeaters and Smorgasbord, two hig Union family get-togethers were phmned hv this committee. Flagstad and Arrau were among the names of famous artists which the Music committee printed on its Concert Series tickets this year. Besides such big events, the committee ran a weekly series of record and concert hours where the students absorbed their Bach or Jazz. The biggest decisions on Union policy come from the Council JthcT when Its planned over coffee. Climaxing their activities with the annual semi-formal " Rose Dance, " the Grad club offered grad students a full program of Sunday coffee hours, and the " Sports Nights. " Indoor sports enthusiasts discovered Union facilities last year as the Games committee campaigned to promote student interest in the Union game rooms. Besides increasing the wide selection of books and magazines available in the Union library, Librarv committee sponsored book talks on timely sub- jects by campus speakers. Crafts committee had a busy year organizing craft institutes, the Christmas craft fair, and decorating the Union for holidays. The fair sold low-cost articles made by students. Public Relations aimed at maintaining co-operation between the Union and other campus organizations. They distributed information on Union facilities and services to all campus houses. Forum committee members will remember informal discussions with Ogden Nash and Owen Lattimore, and Professor Howard Gill singing " Father, Come Home with Me Now " at the Oxford-style debate, " Is Father ' s Place in the Home? " Activities Bureau members, student personnel managers, and interviewers for committee applicants, began research on the relation between students ' work in the Union and their later community activities. The Wisconsin Salon of Art and the Student art show were chief events in the Gallery committee ' s schedule of art exhibits. Members obtained first- hand introduction to the latest art forms. Foot-shuffling opportunities were varied this year through the efforts of the Dance committee. Weekend programs included the " 770 " Club, and Campa dances in Great Hall, The News Bureau wrote and distributed publicity for Union programs to the Cardinal, radio stations and papers, and published its own paper " Union News. " " The Film and the Fine Arts " and an " International Film Festival " of foreign movies were two topics illustrated by the Film Committee during Cinema Shop. Armed with ample drinking water, Forum debaters consider " Students or Jcllvlish " lloii-iiobbing with the famous — here, Wittemore and Lowe — is a Music committee sideline. 211 Bl i 1 r 1 „ liucrnational s .ind Ani.iu 1 ii quainted o ' c c-xoti c H.1U.1 i.in d shcs. Informal discussion on inrcrnatioiial topics, a Lostunic hall, relict baixjiicts, and orientation program toi- new foreign students, and toui ' s were sponsored by International Club so that American and foreign students might get better acquainted, following the club ' s ideal of international brotherhood. With cjuarters way down in the depths of the Union, Hoofers, the univer- sity outing club, became the center of operations for riding, hiking, sailing, archerv, mountaineering, and sailing fans, topping its activities with a week of Winter Carnival. That concludes the tour . . . the varietv and extent of Union activities reach evervone, and these people are the people who keep them running. Card sharks camp on Hoofers ' rug during football 212 Dance sponsored by the D.inee Commitcee of the Unn Deep in the dim Rathskeller, Danskeller patrons polish the floor to luke-hox tunes. Top: Diplomats-in-training, Public Relations mem- bers co-ordinate Union and campus proiects. Bottom: " More women pushing cues " is a goal for Games committee approval. Film committee gets a movie ' s-eye view of the Play Circle. Religious Croups Representing many creeds, the religious groups on the U.W. campus help to provide the activity needed in the religious side of college life. Sunday teas and open houses together with service to their church or temple make up the main part of their activities. Firir Row (1. to r.): ' . Naiiman, R. Schumacher, W. Schultz, A. Fuhlbrigge. Second Row: V. Hcrrfeld, E. Weegc, R. Sorgc, R. Genke, H. F. Linse, C. Parlow.J. L. Schultz, C. Braatz. Missing: L. Littman, J. Braatz, M. Dasse, D. Jindra, C. Willick, E. Berndt. This year signals a quarter-century during which the tudor-gothic chapel and center at 713 State Street has served as the " base of operations " for Calvary ' s student-geared program. The aims — Christian knowledge, service, and fellowship — find expression in such varied activities as the regular Sunday morning services, weekly dis- cussion hours and programs, instruction classes in Christian fundamentals, choir, the administrative tasks of the Students ' Council, coffee hours, and social events during the week, and supper-fellowship hour every Sunday. Officers were: W. Schultz, president; A. Fuhlbrigge, vice-president; R. Schumacher, secretary; V. Naumann, treasurer. Calvary Lutheran University Ciiurcii 215 The l.iitluT.in Sriklciu liousc, 22S l.ai i don Srixcr, is maintained hv the W ' iseonsm l.iitheran Stuclent [■ ' ouiKlation in cooperation with the National Lutheran C ' oiineil. Work arnon students is directed bv Rev. A. H. Hetland, campus pastoi ' for Lutheran students. Included in its activities are re,t;ular Sundav night supper meetings and Wednesday night open house, chapel services, study groups, committee meetings, informal gatherings, and parties. Besides its variety of activities localh ' , the LSA promotes fellowship with other campuses through Lutheran Student Association of America. Officers were: K. Lutterman, president; W. Nelson, vice-president; D. ' eith, secretary; and D. Svftestad, treasurer. Lutheran Student Association First Row (I. to r.J: B. Napstad, D. Vcith, P. Grange. K. Liittc Luedcrs, M. Fredrick. Missing: K. Monson. nan, H. McdcnualJ, L. Fluck. Stcond Row: R. Ycazcl, B. Nelson, Pastor Hetland, F. 216 F,r,t Rou (1. to r. - D. P.Umaficr, B. WV.ncr, T, M.irvin, |. Collins, L. Tibhitts, P. Jcdamus, S. Smith. ScconJRou: ]. Vrcciand, M. L. Milkr, P. Peter- son, H. Yamahiro,.). Hulburt, T. Boasch, C, Bopf, j. Forsttr, M Minton, M. C. McMurtru-, M. Bcllvillt. Thinl Row. ]. Walstad, j. Pclton, T. Conger, G. Cranston, F. Schochemann, M. Heebink, S. Conger, A. Brown, C. Sturm, M. Meierant, I. Reidlc, C. Davev. Fourth Row: W. Jewkes, G. Rief, A. Trimble, C. Wilson, J. Van Hisc, C. Davidson, R. Brown, L. Banks, D. Bartholomew, W. Hawlcy, H. Faillace ' . Presbyterian Student Center Foundation Under the guidance of the Rev. " Jack " Collins, our Minister-Director, the Pres House program for 1952 is aimed at increasing vigor in both our spiritual and social life. The students who hold offices on the four governing hoards of the Center plan conscientiouslv to enrich its ministry to students through the inspiration and power of common worship and by widening the scope of its service in the community. 217 }:■ ■ K : tor D- Licbcnbcrg, B- Duct. D. Brick, D. TravscT, F. Challoncr, C Mawrv.J Mcicr. D Nlaitiand. Second Kou: K. Luhman, E Robinson, j. Walltnftldi, J. LongtmcclcCT, C. Gcsscrt, N. Trayscr, E. ' Rosin, R. Holland, C. Bdz. Tha-J Kou: R. Rczash, L. Rczash, J. Norcnbcrg, J. Bovd, S. Lcntz, A. Cascbccr, W. Bailcv, M. War, G. Hoffman. Fourth Reu.- W. Ducrson, D. Witmcr, J. Kirch, D. W ' hcclcr, R. Wcrmcr, E. Eclc, D. McGowan, E. Hoch, W. Tong. Lnitcd Student Fellowship functions on campus as a union center for stu- dents of the Congregational Christian and Evangelical and Reformed Churches. The focal point for U.S.F. activities is Fellowship House on Murrav Street. The house offers a convenient place to relax between classes. A lounge and library are alwavs available and music lovers mav browse through the record collection. Meetings, discussion groups, and recreation share the weekly schedule at the house. Club 422, and eating co-op, also has its headquarters here. The offices of D. Maitland, student minister, and E. Rosin, social secretary, are open at all times. United Student rellowship 218 Badger Christian Fellowship First " Row (l. to r.): N. Squicr, B. Dacnn, J. Carlscn, H. Cha se, L. Halladay, B. Kundcrt. H. Green, M. Anglikcr, E. Bond. Second Raw: B. Bent, B. Knower, M. Williamson, L. Luft, .]. Johnson. V. Rabt, L. Marklev, J. Paulsen, ). Charlicr. Third Rou: V. Lao, D. Scaquist, C. Barbo, R Dixhorn, M. Meyers, L. Collins, L. Ransen, P. Howard, J. Stewart, S. Sung, P. Ito. FaartI? Raw D Logcrquist, M. Madeghian, R. lulin, T. Monfore, R, Thrall, A. Ross,,]. Martin, G. Andrews. C. Knight, L. Anderson. The Badger Christian Fellowship is a campus group without denomina- tional ties. It aims at providing a meeting ground for Bible believing Chris- tians, and for all those interested in learning more about its message. The officers were: M. Johnson, president; V. Rabe, vice-president; L. Macklev, program chairman; M. Peirce, secretary-treasurer; L. Luft, mis- sionarv secretary; Dr. H. Houman, advisor. During its twentv-seven years on the University campus, the B ' nai B ' rith Hillcl Foundation has been the religious, social and educational center ot the Jewish students. Officers were: S. Kohl, J. Lorant, B. Kanter, S. Orlovit?:. Firsr Row (I. to T. ' y. H. Belitskv, L, Saltzburg, B. Rosenthal, E Fruchol, Rabbi Tictin, D. Miller, J. Scldin. Second Row: P. Hulbtrt, 1. Lorant, A. Orlowuz, S Kohl, R. Katz, ). Schreiber, M. Hoffberg. Third Raw " » B ' nai B ' rith Hillel Foundation 219 Newman Club l-irst Row (I. to r.): M. M.ckli.-, Father Kutchcra, R. Bruniicr, L. Hufl. Saoml Rm: H. ]anlcnski, R. Lcain P. Molm, S. Rvan. The Newman Club in cooperation with other religious organizations within St. Paul ' s university chapel is sponsoring a social, educational, and religious program for Catholic students on campus. The officers are L. Huff, president; P. Molm, vice-president; Shelia Ryan, recording secretarv; M. Mickle, correspon ding secretary; L. Santullin, treasurer. St. Francis House is the student church and social center for Episcopal students at the University. Unlike most student churches, it devotes its min- istry to students only. Life at St. Francis House is centered around the altar, and a full schedule of Sunday and weekday services is maintained. The officers were: K. Morley, social chairman; J. Johnson, treasurer; T. Parson, Sacristan. Fint Row (I. to r.): K. Morley, F. Putney, Father White, Mrs. Otto, H. Curtis, B. Morley. Stcoml Row. H. Ford, M. Marmura, R. McEvov, J. Thomas, K. Svmes, D Semnies, S Kemmeter, E Mankle, |. Johnson, C. Hewlett. St. Francis House Three Squares Club First Row ( 1. to r.J: Touissaint, Ostenso, Langford, von Gobbles, Pickering, Wuhrman, Kitznian, Edwards, Bcclc, Southwick, McKnight. Second Row: Peterson, Hunt, Ladwig, Scott, Boehm, Krugman, Bryan, Stuart, Hopkins, Metrick, Geller, Letenbaum, Sacmisch. ThirJ Row Pscheidt, Stockiey, McCullough, Naumann, Schumacher, Greeley, Boniface, Stclter, Turppa, Graybeal, Grandine, Benson, Spinar, Strebe, Moc, Deike. Fourth Row: Cook, Ganjawala, Trecck, Lane, Hida, Hutson, Lakos, Sensenbremcr, Thelaner, Thelaner, Tomei, Springer, Haurowitz, Pscheidt, Brandt, Scott, Lewthwaite, Hollidav, Fifth Row: Rust, Ward, Chit- wood, Rebholz, Mynning, Gabcl, Rice, Wilson, Berry, Krcnzin, Kurath, Brault, Riggs, Nelson, Brooks, Javne, Conant, Hinke, Anderson, Krueger, Youell, Castleberg, Baker. " An experiment in Christian co-operation " was the motto of the Three Squares Club when it was founded nineteen years ago; today the experiment is a proven success. The 105 members of 13 different faiths have made the co- operative a real experiment in Christian fellowship. Officers were: E. Geller, president; E. Nicolai, recording secretary; B. Petersen, executive secretarv; and W. Deike, treasurer. The University Religious Council is composed of two student and one facultv representatives and the director of each campus religious group. Religious Emphasis Week, March 2-12, was the major part of the year ' s program. Student officers are R. A. Garske, president; P. J. Miller, vice-president; and J. R. Cohen, secretary. Firit Row y. to r,): R. Droegkcmp, I. Rcidle, J. Cohen, E. Jabas, R. Garske. Second Row: L. Jaquith, W. Williamson, R. Brandt, K. Morlev, C. Bopf, E. Voorsanger, M. Tawfeek. TiirdRow: W. Nelson, R. Schauer, A. Louden, D. Habeck, J. Jayne,L. Rezash, F. Ponder. University Religious Council 221 First Raw (1. to r.): Rev. G. Collins, F. Chu, F. Goctsch, H. Green, G. Kav, E. Mctzgcr, R. Hahn, P. Fcdors, D. Kav. SmiiJRow: A. Wade, N. Ling, V. Lao, ]. Washington, S. Holland, P, Brant, C. Blake, H. Prcslcv, E. Wade, G. Fisher. Thinl Row: D. Johnson, F. ' Uehling, S. Frev, M. Bong, M. Crandcll, J. Hancock, M. Kav, E. Kcmpton. Faiirri Row.- C. Degner, A. Presley, P. Allen, F. Hackcnhull, N. McAlpin, |. Wood, ]. Edwards, H. Chapman, K. Mcjint, D. Swatslev, E. Evans, ]. Miller, ). Chanev, M. Fisher. Fifth Raw.- t. Kaups, B. Griffith, R. Campbell, P. Flint, J. Spears, R. Brunner, A. Mills, C. Webster, D. Lagerquist, D. Seaquist, J. O ' Donnell, D. Fowler, R. Albrect. Wayland Club The- emphasis of the Baptist student work is on challenging youth to put Christ first in their lives above all other loyalties and to help young people grow in Christian character. The Wayland program is especially designed to accomplish these aims. The Wesley Foundation is an integral part of the Methodist Church, de- signed to help University of Wisconsin students achieve a vital, meaningful relationship with God, to provide an opportunity for Christian fellowship through working and playing together, and to express Christian love by serving others from campus to world community. First Raw (1. to r.): C. Stockley, E. Brooks, J. Kitzman, .|. Quisenbcrry, G. Hildahl, J. Schiiart, J. Tomei, I. Geller, I Lakos Second Row- B Daniel, R Boehm L Spnnr A Haurowitz J Moe T vW Row- Pastor L P Jaquith, D Stowell, R Schwartzkopf B Daniel N Ostenso F Skillman, M Gibson, D Hopkins, D Schaucr B Edwards, J Ja ne Wesley Student Foundation I YMCA Around Table ( . to r.): R. Reneau, R. Jobin, A. Louden, R. Chambcrlin, F. Schroeder, W. Stringer, D. Davies, R. Schroeder, R. Schumpert, R. Knolinski, R. Meyer, R. Garske, A. Nelson, J. Honnold. Standing: T. Barland. H. Hinrichs. R. Rennick. The University YMCA cabinet is composed of committee chairmen who are responsible for campus wide programs such as Wisconsin Collegian, Fresh- man Camp, Intra-mural sports for independent students. Faculty Fireside Chats, International Committee, Major-in-Marriage, Christmas Festival, ■•y Chorus, Phi-Y Club. Officers were: D. Davies, president; W. Stringer, vice-president; R. Schroe- der, secretarv. The Universitv Y VCx , open to everv woman on campus, in non-denomi- national, encouraging democratic participation, and campus and community service. Activities for 1951-52 included Freshman Camp, Fireside Chats, weekly coffee hours, Christmas Bazaar, major-in-marriage series, Y-Teen day, and intercollegiate conferences. Officers were: B. Hegg, president; R. Cleasby, vice-president, D. Stevens, secretary; B. Henel, treasurer. First Row H. tor.);E. Jabas, F. Hawlev.J. Yehle, B. Mitchell, A. Weitenhiller. StconJRou:]. Whittet, B. Thompson, J. Bacon, R. Brandt, R. Cleasbv, M. Marshall, B. Henel. Third Rou: C. Schaefer, M. Elvehjem, M. Steckling, B. J. Hegg, F. Mcnning, L. U -r ( (,,n YWCA 223 " " « ' " Vl.l, i ' l iJO m 9 ii - Honors High scholastic achievement has always been stressed at Wisconsin. In recognition of those who succeed in meeting the University ' s standards of scholarship varied honors are awarded each year. The leadership and service given by campus men and women in the Uni- versity community is taken note of and encouraged through selection to honorary service societies. h first Kow (1. to r.): N. Kosloski, K, Cornish, R- Buckim, M. Moore, Suom! Rou: M. Trcbiltoek. D. Vohlkcn, K. Gimmlcr. R, CIcasbv Crucible is the organization for outstanding Junior Women on campus. Chosen on the basis of scholarship, leadership and service, the girls were in- troduced in the spring of their Sophomore year at the annual Senior Swingout. Thev were: C. Ainsworth, R. Bucklin, R. Cleasbv, P. Cornish, K. Gimmler, N. Kosloske, M. Moore, L. Protas, J, Roscnbloom, M. Trebilcock, and D. Vohlken. An informal Christmas party was given this vear to honor the past Crucible members. An initiation banquet for the new members was one of their Spring activities. Officers were: P. Cornish, president; D. ' ohlken, secretary; R. Cleasby, treasurer. Crucible 225 Iron Cross Senior Men ' s Honorary Society Class of 1952 A. Roy AnJcrson Robert R. Burkert Clarence Bylsma, Jr. Gerald W. Churchill Harold G. Fischer Robert C. Gesteland Arthur W. Guenther James E. Jensen Donald R. Johanning Arthur H. Laun, Jr. Gerald A. Michaclson Burton P. Olson Samuel B. Roth Donald P. Ryan Theodore H. Schwedenbcrg Gerald M. Smith David S. Staiger Glenn J. Wilpolt Professor Walter R. Agard, Honorary Member 116 Ill w FHiliS. Mortar Board FirsrRowQ. to r.);J. Marhcson. A. Hoidtn, D. Giegerson, R Mirow, P. Smith, N. Wildcdcn. Srcoiid Ro. R. Pellegfino, S. Sut Clif, R. Baer, J. Lucal, B Conneli, M. Minton. Members of Mortar Board , national honorary sororitv for women, are chosen from the junior class each spring on the basis of scholarship, leadership, and service. During their senior year these women work to develop citizenship and fellowship on the campus. Officers were: C. Gregerson, president; R. Merow, vice-president; M. Minton, secretary; R. Pellegrino, treasurer. L_ 227 Phi Eta Sigma Phi Eta Sigma, the freshman honorary fraternity, is a national organization that boasts of chapters in some forty-three leading colleges and universities. The fraternity is a means of recognition for men who have attained superior grades during their first year. It is the aim of Phi Eta Sigma to attempt to acquaint incoming students with the University ' s academic system and to encourage scholastic achievement. The fraternitv assists in the orientation of freshman men; suggests programs designed to promote freshman scholar- ships, and recognizes those men who have fullilled the fraternitv s motto . . . START WELL— END WELL. Officers were: D. Weir, president; R. J. Kahn, vice-president; K. M. Jones, secretary; J. M. Glick, treasurer; C. R. Starr, historian. Class Initiated Dec. 6, 1951 W.J. Bruhn R. A. Chudy W. P. Gracrbel G. A. Grossman J. B. Haydon F. W. Leysieffer J. D. Loeffler S. M. Miller R. A. Petrusek N. O. Picha R. G. Sather J. W. Weiss E. J. Zavrl 228 Class Initiated . . . May 3, 1950 R. C). Anderson R. W. Awe RE. Berry J. E. Binninsj R. W. Bae JR. Bohrod G. L. Borman L. W. Brinkmann P. G. Brown P M. Bruden R. W. Bruder ' . R. Bruecte H. M. Budner R. P. Bunge D. E. Caldart J. I. Callahan A. D. Carlson H. A. Chalekian R. C. Clark E. J. Conklin R. L. Crolius J. H. Dance, Jr. W D. Davidson R. G. Dorn R. I. Dummer C. K. Eckels, Jr. G. L. Eckert C. A. Erickson G. L. Fadden J. H. Roegen L. J. Forrest T. C. Fox J. D. Geisenfeld D. E. Gradv J. H. Gray J. J. Gwidt Loel G. Hahn F, J. Hammerly R. F. Hanson E. W. Harding T. F. Hartman R. A. Hasse R. O. Herrmann R. N. Hitchcock D. G. Holinbeck J. E. Horton R. R. Howard J. W. Humbert R. C Jacobson H. D. Jameson W. F. Jirikowic D F. Johnson T. L. W. Johnson J. G. Jung M. R. Kades K. B. Kelly D. M. Kinkel R. J. Kispert M. D. Kleckner T. J. Koppenaal P. M. Kroening E. A. Larson W. A. Lemke R. M. Londrv J. P. Lovell D. L. MacGregor S. R. Callin J. E. McKenna A. A. Mees A. A. Menendez S. D. Morton D. W. Mosher T. D. Mueller R. G. Mullet A. K. Nelson T. K. Nelson D. L. Noel J. E. Ohm G. H. Orians T. W. Osterberg C. D. Patterson R. Popper D. W. Price G. H. Rasmussen W. B. Rathbun J. T. Redfield S. J. Rosen L. E. Rosenberg J. T. Safer A. A. Sathcr R. W. Schmitz, Jr. R. Schwartz W.J. Seidl T. E. Sholts R. W. Sievert M. B. Silber H. W. Simonsen C. H. Sleep J. W. Slowey P. Soder E. Sodos R. A. Stephen D. E. Steybe E. R. Stiehm J. F. Szymanski J. W. Tanner, Jr. R. J. Tappa H. W. Turvey H. H. ' ernon R.J. olkmann U. L. Walters A. E. Ward F. J. Wendt A. B Wheeler D. L. Wickesberg E. P. Willis S. A. Witzel.Jr. S. M. Woods " J.J. Zahn 229 Phi Beta Kappa Honorary Scholastic Society Founded in 1776 Officers of Alpha of Wisconsin Phi Bcra Kappa were: Pro- fessor Henry R. Trumbower, president; Professor Rudolph E. Langer, vice-president; Professor Helen Crawford, secretary; Alma L. Bridgman, treasurer. Initiates John Rilev Collins Rocknc George Flowers Doris Kohn Arthur Henrv Laun, Jr. Class of 1952 Reuben Henry Lorenz Ruth Beverly Merow John Henry Rockey William Borah Ross Niorton David Scnhner Harvey Shapero Bernard I. Weinstein Audrey Elaine Zilisch June Andel George William Andrews Carl Edward Bereiter Charles R. Boardman Philip Michael Boehrer William C.Bradley Marilyn Jean Carbon David Bromwell Cary Florence C. Challoner Samuel Chelemsky Judith C. Chemerou Loraine Dean Davies Walter Ernest Deikc Bernard Drabkin Anne Lenore Drake Robert C. Edmondson Robert Charles Ernest Ronald Robery Fieve Charles Fimian Mary Becker Fleischauer Joyce Ann Forsmo Dennis James Fox Richard David Fritz Gladys V. Garmager Virginia GeorgiefF Donald Dean Greenwood Class of 1951 John Patrick Guimond Leslie William Gunter Arthur John Haltner Shelby James Harris Ardin George Hartman Jean Mary Hartman Eugene Frederick Haugh David Frank Healy William Edward Hein Robert Joseph Hemsing Leo James Higgins, Jr. Rosemary Libbie Hlinak Millard Wallace Johnson Allan Edward Kagen James Franklin Kress Mary Ann Kuehl Peter Mouat Kuhn Bruce Leon Lercher Eugene Thomas Leverentz Marshall Eriksen Lindsay Mary Lou Loewe Jean Marie Matheson Gerald Francis McKay Louise Ann Moede Louise Eleanor Nelson Rohald W. Olson Ronald Joseph Pavlik John Robert Peterson Charles Louis Picus Mildred Joan Rieder Rae Marie Rockey Per Sandven Helen Louise Schaars Elizabeth O. Schmidt Myron Gordon Silbert Jennings Richard Simon Milton Baron Spitz Pauline Holt Stedman David S. Steiger Justin Sweet Edward Paul Torrey Cleo Tubekis Dolores W. Urrutia Richard Paul Van Curen Gretchen Ruth Webster Arthur Earle Welby Vincent N. Wiesenberg Darrell Elmer Wilde Patricia Bly Williams Elected as Juniors 230 Phi Kappa Phi The honor society of Phi Kappa Phi was founded in 1897 as a national scholastic organization. Its primary objective is the recognition and en- couragement of superior scholarship in all fields of University study and of leadership and general good citizenship in the University community. There are 54 active chapters in the United States; the Wisconsin chapter was founded May 21, 1920. Election and initiation of new members takes place in the spring of each year. The local chapter of the society contributes annually the sum of $100 to the national office of the society which grants three $1200 fellowships each year to candidates from among the active chapters. Class of 1951 R. Abb S. Audenby T. Barland J. Bartz N. Becker M. Braun C. Brum J. Bolender R. Burkhalter A. Busacker L. Carlson J. Casida J. Chemerow A. Conney H. Davidson L. Davies W. Deike P. Dorner R. Edmondson J. Endres R. Ernest J. Farnsworth R. Fievc S. Fink M. Finner N. Felts G. Garnager P. Gibson M. Gilbert F. Groves J. Haasch B. Hampton J. Hartman L. Heller A. Hirsch R. Hlinak J. Honnold D. Huebner J. Hunter M. Hyink J. Johnson W. Johnson S. Jones A. Kagen J. Kalas H. Kaneshige M. King J. Kissel J. Kittrick M. Keonecke K. Kopp E. Kramp J. Kress R. Kress S. Kritzid J. Durse J. Langenegger J. Larkin D. Larson M. Loewe C. Maier W. Marcus C. Matel T. McCormick D. McGary T. McGregor B. Meythaler A. Middleton M. Miller J. Mittelstaedt L. Moede J. Munson L. Nelson R. Nelson J. Nevvberger J. Oppenheimer J. Papenfus C. Picus C. Porter B. Price J. Price R. Raabe R. Rasmusson D. Benner I. Reynolds M. Rieder J. Roudebush R. Safford H. Schaars D. Schleif F. Schmidt W. Schowalter W. Schultz R. Scott L. Smithyman D. Sorden K. Stieghorst E. Struckmeyer C. Styne W. Sutherland F. Szczesny P. Taylor y. Taylor C. Termansen C. Thomas E. Thronson G. Tiegs S. Toraason C. Trine R. ' an Curen R. Wackman A. Wiess R. Wiesenberg R. Winter D. Wittry I. Wolff ' G. Wood H. Wright P. Wu P. Zastrow D. Zaff M. Zentner R. Ziller 231 Sigma Epsilcin Sigma, honorary society for women who have mamtamed a high scholastic average throughout their freshman year, was founded at the University of Wisconsin in 1927 to encourage leadership among outstanding women students. Alpha chapter recognizes those students who maintain a 2.5 grade point average during their entire hrst year. The officers were:C. Edler, president; M. Lamb, vice-president; B. Morley, secretary; M. Cotherman, treasurer. The advisor is Mrs. Grace Shaw, Assistant Dean of Women. Sigma Epsilon Sigma First Row (1. to r.): E. Keller, S. Davidson, L. Nelson, P. Allen, R. Grandine, M. Hoekstra. Second Row: J. Badura, J. Schooff, J. Gerke, N. Ekholni, J. Granberg, P. Everill, A. Robinson, M. Angliker, B. Dyrhovd. Third Row: C. Boyd, S. Hertz, N. Smith, B. Morley, C. Edler, Mrs. Shaw, M. Lamb, M. Cotherman, M. Timm, J. Green. Fourth Row: B. Smith, V. Bovson, M. Hcrlaclic, S. Anderson, D. Holschuh, C. Molstad, M. Cattoi, L. Burgv, E. Borchardt, M. Herb. M. Panctti, E. Berndt, H. Macke. Fifth Row: N. Lellcp, J. Brewer, J. Saari, D. Roob, A.Tziritas, B. Landgraf, J. Pclton, B. Mitchell, G. Simon, E. Cornfield, E. Schaefer, H. Ostrander, C. Kowalski, L. Attoe. 232 Special Interests Ouclets for student interests and abilities are made complete through the activities of special interest groups at the University. Scout, forensic, physical education and political organizations lend oppor- tunities to Badgers for developing skills in their interests. The features of special interest groups are highly supplementary to a college edu- cation. ' i .!l ' I .-Hr AD . Alpha Phi Omega Alpha Phi Omega is a national service fraternity composed entirclv of former Bov Scouts. Being the onlv such organization on campus, A Phi O is kept husv carrying out the four-fold service ideal of the organization : Service to the facultv and student hodv, service to the communitv, service to the members, and service to the nation as fullv participating citizens. Officers were: J. Brissee, president; T. Ogren, vice-president; D. Timmons, recording secretary; K. Alfter, corresponding secretary; and J. Shirv, treasurer. Robert Aagaard, Karl . lfter, William Brissc, Robert Cadwell, Robert Ebcrhardt. Richard Fi.v, Robert Gebhard, Edward Hida, Lyle Hight, Robert Kazmerchak, Edward Klune, Russell Knight, Otto Krahl, William Molnar, Paul Moors, William Neidinger, Ted Ogren, Jerry Pick, William Pivar, Gerald Randall, Fred Reimann, Byron Schwartz, Ronald Scott, Don Silver, Larry Tasker, Jim Thiry. 235 Fir t Row : I, to r : B Wilson, L. H.ilvcrson, P, HclmhrLchc, K Lutz, C. Fried. StcomI Row: E. Walsh, E. Look. M. Trotter, B. Napstad, M. Mclcncv, M. Small, L. Koubcntc, M. Mcrcdrth. Physical Education Club The club functions as a professional and social organization and maintains a scholarship loan fund for assistance to students in Physical Education. Officers were: K. Lutz, president; C. Fried, vice-president; P. Hclmbiecht, secretary. Women ' s Atiiletic Association The Women ' s Athletic Association provides the opportunity to all women students for participation in he ld hockey, volleyball, swimming, badminton, bowling, golf and softball. The activities of W.A.A. are guided bv the board whose elected officers for I95I-52 are L. Husman, president; P. Browning, vice-president; A. Dondlak, treasurer. ing race in the Lathrop Hall pool Volley ball game. Student ' W Club The Wisconsin Student ' W Club has increased its activity to the point where its projects realize over a thousand dollars a year for charities. In addi- tion, their sponsorship includes Homecoming, Dad ' s Day, Pep Rallies, and the mixer for high school students in Madison for the WIAA basketball tournament. Social events include the annual informal school dance, Captains ' Capers and a spring banquet. Membership in the club is limited to major letter winners who show an active interest in the ' W Club ' s projects and ideals. Kt ' ft » r « « fAr i First Rou- (1. to r.V D. Kcllman, A. Lcipold, M.Torphv, S. Costanza, D. Randolph, D. Murphy, P. Fisher, H. Faverty, B. Cartwright, A. Mansfield. SmiiJ Row: P. Farmer, T. Barland, B. Grunow, D. Rvan. D Hill, D. Koephc, T. Zamzow, D. ' Oaentl, G. Johnson, third Row.- P. Ashbv, B. Nelson, I. Healv, P. Sreenan, B. Reagan. H. Englke, B. Baker, ]. Schaefer. Fourth Row: L. Collins, C. Sternberg, S. Johnson, D. Firchow, H. Dean, R. Unke, ' a Slitter, L. Atkinson, D. Teteak. Fifth Row: W. Deike, K. Carlson, B. Johnson, D. Lione, R. Barian, H. Kuenn, A. Nicholas, G. Felker. Srxrh Row: T. Ward, D. Barrett. B. Hood, |. Schmidt, V. Steuck, J. Moran, B. Espeseth. Seventh Row: B. Roehrs, R. Matvkc, J. Smith. 237 First Rou U to r I L W atkins, F Briskin ) CraiK, R Olson, Dr Brtmbca, P Cornish, | Ro (.r, M Barth H Denton Sccomi Raw: ]- Burr, 1- Silvcrbcrg, R. Nanz, F. Wysock], R. Visco, D. T.ivlor, R. Larson, C. Nash, D. Stignani, G. Porter, C. Grc-gg. Thmi Row: G. Lcpp, D. MacGrigor. S. Krippner, |. Nevpert, A. Frank, R. Ozhurn, C. Hildchrandt, D. Kolvc, R. Brudcr, H. Virnon, |. Osswald. The Wisconsin Forensic Union launched its largest intercollegiate forensic season this year with forty-two members participating in debate, discussion, oratory and extemporaneous speaking. The timely debate topic was, " Re- solved: that the Federal Government should adopt a permanent program of wage and price control. " Wisconsin teams travelled to such schools as Mar- quette, Iowa, Purdue, Eau Claire, St. Thomas and Minnesota. Visiting Madison for public debates were the University of Marquette and the Uni- versitv of California. The Wisconsin Forensic Union 238 I International House First Row (I. to r.): C. Gandhi, India, J. Schrc-ibcr, Canada; H. R. Hcincckc, U.S.A.; T. Lehman, France; L. Mender, EI Salvador; S. N. Bhattacharva, India; H. Fardai, U.S.A.; L. Richter, Gcrmanv. Stcond Kou: N. Sanjines, Bolivia; P. Y. Ito, Japan, K. ' Chao, China, R. Davis, U.S.A.; J. C. Dowling, U.S.A.; G. R. Gonzalez, Panama; E. Zikria, Afghanistan; C. K. Chuan, China; J. C. Alexander, Canada. Third Row A. Concheso, Guatemala; E. Bradford, Canada; D. Bloch, U.S.A.; A. D. Stewart, U.S.A.; A. A. Campbell, U.S.A.; I. Michael, U.S.A.; H. W. Sartor, U.S.A.; J. S. Harwell, U.S.A.; M. Leff, Canada; C. Papachrysan- thou, Greece; R. Memmmger, Germanv; F. Draeger, U.S.. .;0. Sugimiira, Japan. A long dreamed of goal was attained on campus this year when an Inter- national House was established for foreign and American students. The House provides living facilities as well as an atmosphere which stimulates the ex- change of ideas and international understanding. Phi Epsilon Kappa is the onlv national professional fraternity for male teachers and students of Phvsical Education. Phi Epsilon Kappa members are instrumental in numerous campus activities. Foremost of these, quite natural- Iv, is athletics. Officers are: J. Glatting, president; A. Cherne, vice-president; J. Craine, sergeant-at-arms; D. Firchow, treasurer; D. Grubb, secretary; P. Kintes, guide. Fint Rou ' O. to r.): S. Rodich, J. G. Freidel, J. O. Glatting, A. R. Cherne, D. A. Firchow, D. M. Grubb, P. F. Kintis. Stcond Rou: ] . E. Anderson, faculty advisor; R. J. Murphy, E. Withers, L. Hanzel, R. F. Leu, R- J. Kirchner.J. A. Metzen. facultv. R. J, Francis, facultv advisor; R. Sternloff. Phi Epsilon Kappa 239 4 ' ' ■ . T ' ..--;,tf :-ip. aiT 1 f r j-Roa ' a t- I K -.;; ' ,.il!,| I ) u ,m!i I h.i , S W Cuh.r.L NLM.ilioii, L. R. Rose, J. LuikUkd, | Lox, J. C. Fritschlcr, J. Zcitlcr. J.toW Kokv R. Aspinwall, U Kusu.thal, P. Oruss, |- Movuzlmi.i, K.. Rockuxll, C. Carlson, G. Rcif, ). Rosen, S. Amundson. Thrd Row.- K. D. Hanson, N. C. Mc- Nultv, R. Gronik, L. S. Eaglcburgcr, C. Dc-gncr, L. H. Herman, T. Fox, R. Lowell, [. ' Murray,]. Grimmer, R. Murrav, R. R. Fiatlev. Fourth Row: J. Cutler, K. Seidemann, |. Hctzcr, G. Schlosstein, [. E. Opdvke, A. A. Grcason, E. H. Marth, D. W. Zautcke, R. G. McClcllan, T. Feierstein, R. L. Currv, R. D. Silver. F:fth Rou: K Krenter, C. Kutc ' hin, |. Srnvth, R. Brink, G. Randall, P. F. Legler. The students in the Young Republican Cluh are interested in a practical approach to politics. The year 1951-52 was the year in history for the Young Republicans here at the University, and through dynamic club leadership, they participated in debates and meetings with other political organizations, and in state and national conventions, making this club the most active political organization at Wisconsin. Officers were: E. McMahon, chairman;J. Steinhilber, vice-chairman; j. Cox, corresponding secretary; J. Lundsten, recording secretary; and 1 . Rose, treasurer. Young Republican Organization 240 I U. of W. Red Cross Seated Q. to r.VJ. Rcardon, R. Ritzier, J. Bailey, B. Ellis, D. Martens, M. Blaii Schaefcr, S. Gillcn, C. Kutchin, R. Galstad, H. Kerns, P. Elvehjem, F. Frey. SiiDhling C. The University of Wisconsin College Unit of the American National Red Cross was organized January 8, 1951- Since that time the members have been active in sponsoring various blood drives on the campus. Officers were: J. Bailey, chairman ;C. Schaefer and H. Kerns, vice-chairmen; B. Ellis, secretary. The Christian Science Organization held its weekly testimony meetings of healing and inspiration in its newly acquired Student Center at 315 North Mills Street. Its officers were L. Glover, president; M. Mulder, vice-president; K. Spear, secretary; R. Kletzien, treasurer; A. Olson, advisor. First Row (1. to r.): M. Harris, R. Kletzien, L. Glover, J. Hess, R. Runzheimer. Second Row: M. Nott, D. Hewitson, D. Culver, J. Ridgewav, H. Merten, P. Wildish, P. Neubauer. Third Row: E Merten, W. DchncI, R. Kothlcr, R. Hicks, R. Hardcll. Christian Science Organization 241 Helen SLhuhurt, co-Lh.iinnan, C.inipiis Chest 1 Fm R,m([. to r. ) J Thompson, R. Studt, H. Schubert, A. Kulakow. Second Ro H. Lcrner, R. Holfnian, R. Martin, M. Momson.J. Cox. Missnt : N. Kosloskc. Campus Chest " The Educated Dollar Makes Sense, " annual All-University Charity Drive, headed by H. Schubert and R. Studt collected $4,444 this year. The only charity drive on campus, held October 17 and 18, the campus chest drive was aided to success by visits from several German welfare workers and students. These people appeared in lectures and classes, including Sociology 2 in T-16. They were part of the solicitor-training program directed bv M. Johnson and A. Kulakow. Additional funds were received from the faculty auction held October 19 and the Sweater Prom held October 27. These activities were headed by M. Momson and R. Martin respectively. J. Cox acted as coordinator of promo- tions and publicity which were chairmaned by J. Thompson and H. Lerner. N. Kosloske acted as drive secretary while R. Hoffman was finance chairman. Through rain or snow, people solicited. Boh Studt, co-chairman of Campus Chest. mm- Music and Drama Every avenue to musical and dramatical expression is open at the Universitv of Wisconsin, In the music, drama, and dance groups on the campus excellent training is afforded to mterested and qualihed stu- dents. Music and drama groups reach across and out of the state through the spring tours of the Wisconsin Band and the Haresfoot Club. " Good-bvc Mv Fiin . Scene trotn " The M;id (Jm;i WISCOITSIN PLAYEHS Wisconsin Players presented Hay Fever, Mournbig BecoDie.s Electrii, The Mdd- u ' oman of Chaillot, Uncle ILirry, and i iiig John to more than 32,000 patrons in the Wisconsin Union Theatre. It was a season-hook sell-out long before open- ing night of Players ' 29th season. In the Play Circle, The House of Bemanla AIha, Shadow and Substance, and Three Original One-Act Plays were among the six student-directed experi- mental productions offered jointly with the Union Theatre Committee. Audience and staff got together for constructive " hash-sessions " after per- formances. Officers are S. Benson, president; S. Feirn, vice-president; P. Johnson, secretary; D. Olson, treasurer; D. Wickenberg and J. Jacobson, theatre board. HAK1-,MV)()T HOARD Ltjr ta Rj bt. Dave M.umki, Bill PiirnJl, D.n c W.in.r, Roger Axrcll, R.n HiUailn.li, Don T r -ll, Loud! Reed. I HAHESFOOT The Show The annual rour of Wisconsin with the 1952 show " Follow the Girls, " climaxed Haresfoot ' s 54th vear in the entertainment world. " Follow the Girls, " a hroadway hit of 1945, was the story of the lighter side of Navy life during World War II. Appropriately enough for Harcsfoot, the show in- cluded a Navy man ' s masquerade as a woman to gain entrance to a WAVE camp. Once again J. Dietrich added the master ' s touch in his staging and direction of the show. D. Voegli supervised and directed the music. K. Hubhard acted as choreographer for the show and G. Kravat as dance director. Roger Axtcll, proidcnt of Haresfoot Club. Dave Lee and Dave W ' eincr. 245 i Follow QLJf I " Dinkey " — " Bud " Groskopf A veteran of two previous Haresfoot shows, Bud left the chorus ranks for a lead role this year, ably taking the part of " Dinkey. " He is also active on campus as a cheer- leader, emcee, and several other campus activities. " Spud " — Allen Schwartz Serving as an emcee in USO work in the last war, Al gain- ed valuable experience for his role as " Spud, " the third member of the comic trio of Goofy, Spud and Dinkey. He has entertained at many campus functions. " Bubbles LaMarr " — David Matson This was Dave ' s second Haresfoot show but his tirst in a lead role. A sophomore in speech, he is a resident of Madison and is known throughout the city and campus leading the Dave Matson Quintet. " Capt. Hawkins " — Lloyd Tripp A veteran of the last war, Lloyd operates and directs the " Racine Summer Theatre " during vacations and has appeared in many campus productions. As " Capt. Hawkins " , this was Lloyd ' s first experience with Haresfoot. " Bob Monroe " — Arthur Dorlag A member of Wisconsin Plavers, Art IS a graduate assistant in the speech department here. As " Bob Mon- roe " , Art played the part of the romantic movie star who falls in love with the Russian singer. 246 The Girls tr r " B.inncr " — Kc-nncth Buzzcll RLniimhtri-d as the football trainer in " Good Niws " , Ken had anotlKT highly humorous part in " Banner " , the tough Chief Pettv officer. He has been in several produc- tions sponsored by the Wisconsin Players and Madison Theatre Guild. " Phvliis Brent " --Joseph Cutler A senior in commerce, Joe has worked on many com- mittees and hoards on campus including Student Board. For his first Harcsfoot production, Joe played the part of Phyllis Brent, the social sophisticate. " Anna Vishniakova " — Don Phelps Don has participated in various campus dramatic productions in- cluding the 1951 Haresfoot show " Good News ' . He is a member of Wisconsin Players and active in Plav Circle Productions. " Goofy " — E. C. Reynolds A graduate in speech, " E. C. " is well remembered for his performance in the 1951 Haresfoot production, " Good News " . As the comic lead in " Follow the Girls " , he again helped make this Haresfoot produc- tion another success. 247 Lowell Rccd, vice-president of Haresfoot. The Club Since 1898 the Wisconsin Haresfoot club lias given top notch entertainment to Wisconsin theater-goers, dramatic and business experience to students, and nation-wide publicity to the University of Wisconsin. Each year the club produces a show cast and staffed entirely with Wisconsin students. The cutting of expenses possible with student actors and business staff makes it possible for Haresfoot to produce full scale shows, some of them past Broadway hits and some of them original, at a reasonable cost. R. Axtell acted as president of the club in 1951-52. Other officers were: L. Reed, vice-president and D. Matson, secretary. E. Cramer was in charge of productions for the road show. S. Blumenthal took over as business manager, after j. Shlimovitz, who started the year in the capacity, was drafted. D. C. Lee headed the public relations department. Tin Parades and Elenhants in the Haresfoot shov 248 liRsr Violins M, H.inkil.1 M Voigt R Lvnn R. Cherkaskv Trombones M. BLriii.in J. HollIKs A. Wingtrt R Pett L. Fluck M. Be-ckman IV Casida S. Kashoii |. Ptefierkorn M. Kiichenme i Clradc L. Mihvard lOLONCIU.LOS L. Schneider Bassoons ). Miller n Hahn F. Murpltv M. Barron N. Malmanger Charles Walli 1- H.hirv P. Rice C. Jackson Flutes D. Mason 1 liivtih.ino J. Ridj-cuav E. Pcrlman R. Druckcnmiller D. Roehni Tub R ■ RctlurlorJ P. Robertson R. Pluim I. Fischer H. Steinich D. Weishaar S. RcvnoMs C, Schubert E. Schweitzer ' B. Mitchell N Schcnck W. Sclnvcrm J. Snelling A. Seibold French Horns Tympani D. SchoLnbaiini C. Stokke- ' lOLAS M. Stitgen B. Tracy Oboes R..Iensen M. Reagles J. Rohcder M. Strahl H. Allmaras M. Trvtten M. Gallagher V. Revnolds P C. X ' andrc H. Axltv E. Williams E. Sadowsky E. Smith R. Gilligan A, Zand.r W. dcMalignon K. Kiiij; E. Thoresen CoN rR.MiASSES Trumpets P, Lufhiirrow Second Violins B. Rakita O. Broqiiist Clarinets O. Meilinz Harp R Bochm D. Schricbcr M. Davison R. Applebv D. Seaquist M Dobbs A. Timplcton C. Hageinan G. Brown D. Spcra S. Stitgen University Symphony Orchestra The Universitv Svniphonv Orchestra, Professor Richard C. Church con- ducting, performed a full concert acclaimed a " Complete Triumph " hy the Cardinal Critics, assisted the Mid-Winter Music Clinic, plaved for the February graduation convocation, accompanied several senior recitals, made about 20 transcriptions for state wide broadcasts, and collaborated with pianist, Saulima Stravinsky, to help commemorate the 250th Sunday Music Hour. The 84 piece orchestra consisted of students from 33 Wisconsin communities, twelve states, and Canada. m First Row J. to r.j: Profcbior Jones, B. Boud, W. Da , P. Nocr, K. Kuttl, P. Slightham, M. W aJc, C. Stunipt, D. Damon, R. Smith, D. iis.s. SclohJ Row: V. Hopkins, K. Tcstwuide, C. Albert, H. Axley, C. Gunderson, L. McCormick, G. Britton, J. McNall. Accompumst: R. Tappa. Mit.„ng. D. Cho- dash, D. Dcvinnev, R. Fjeldhcim, |. Goodrich, C. KIcssig, T. Lueders, P. Puttkammcr, D. Rcistad, G. Steiner, D. Horner, E. Stadelman, D. Ohmen R. Burns, V. Paleen,.]. Ihlenfeldt ' K. Young. Men ' s Chorus Paul G. Jones, director of the Men ' Chorus and A Capella cho ' r. The L ' nivcrsity of Wisconsin Men ' s Chorus enjoyed a very active and suc- cessful I95I-52 seasc:)n. The chorus participated in a variety of campus activi- ties, singing for Potpourri, Christmas Festival, Mid-Winter Music Clinic, radio broadcasts, and for numerous groups visiting the university. In addition to this, formal concerts were given in cities throughout the state. Aside from the regular chorus program, various smaller ensembles from the group provided entertainment on campus, for UW Alumni functions in the state and for the universitv public relations division. The most signihcant performance of the year took place on March 30 in Music Hall, when the chorus presented a joint Spring Concert with the Uni- versity Women ' s Chorus. The Chorus is conducted by Professor Paul Jones, with Donn Weiss as his Assistant. Officers were: D. E. Damon, president; C. Albert, personnel man- ager, M. Wade, concert manager; G. E. Britton, secretary-treasurer. The select voices of 40 students compose the University A Capelhi Choir, conducted by Professor Paul Jones. Radio broadcasts, recordings, and h)rnial concerts on the campus and over the state comprise the activities of the choir. Gowned in collegiate robes trimmed in Wisconsin Cardinal, the A Capella Choir presents a striking pic- ture at its formal concerts. Officers were: T. Anderson, president; L. Kelliher, 1st sem. vice-president; W. Gast, 2nd sem. vice-president; J. Weiss, secretary-treasurer; K. Zimnier, 1st sem. girls ' roberian; R. Hess, 2nd sem. girls ' roberian; and K. Anderson, men ' s roberian. A Capella Choir First Row (I to r.): Professor Jones, E.Toepd, R. Hess, R. Zcrlcr.J. Pappaport, V. Nye, J. Ladwig.J. Weiss, H. Chase, S.James, G. Garmager, D. Weiss. Sicotid Row: K. Zimnicr, V. Wagand, J. Bencrisutto, K. Ruppenthal, B. Hanke, B. Nvhus, S. Dawlev, S. Wolf,,). Hagemann, E. Mitchell. Third Rmc: K. Anderson, J. Huihert, N. Griggs, W. Gast, T. Anderson, T. Bassett, A. Ro ' senbloom, R. Kav, R. Miistch, M. McKinlav, W. Getzinger. Fourth Row R. Lewis, R. Stcckcr, M. Hedliind, J. Speerstra, R. Mason, L. Kelliher, M. LaDu. D. Saunders, R. Schumann. o o First Row (1. to r.): M. Scallon, L. CJrccnIkId,.!. McNair, K. Birtclonc, S. Thibtrt, unidentified, A. Baasch, B. Best, H. Hosier. SeconJ Row: K. Logan, N. Springer, M. Quale, |. Gerke, j. Gerke, J. Bever, Mrs. S. T. Blotz, E. Mossberg, P. Sutter, M. Otto, A. Fox, D. Paris. Third Row: M. Ross, N. Mever, P. Cleasbv, G. Glashow, S. Naeheir, E. De- Forest, M. Seegers, S. Moen, H. Starr, M. Root, C. Trombla. f mirth Raw: D. Tinini, B. Moorliead, ,|. Kothlow, C. Johansson, L. Burgy, C. jorenbv, M Parker. K. Revnert, P, Neuhaur, L. Feigenbauni, C. Kow.ilski. B Humphrev. M. Meyer. Women ' s Chorus The University Women ' s Chorus, under the direction of Mrs. Helene S. Thomas Blotz, joined with the A Capelhi Choir, the Men ' s Chorus and the University Chorus for a Christmas Program on December 9 at Luther Memo- rial Church. For the Spring Concert, the Women ' s Chorus combined with the Men ' s Chorus at Music Hall on March 30. The year ' s work also included broadcasting for WHA. The officers were: H. Hosier, president; M. Meyer, vice-president; M. Scallon, secretary-treasurer, S. NachefF, librarian. The big bass drum of the marching band. - -6.- -- Z University marching band in the traditional Wisconsin " V. Good or " W. U The difficult maneuver of rotating Hags 233 4 ' . , - ' 1 ' SCONSIN BAOOCR Women ' s Independent House President ' s Council Every month the twenty-hve independent house presidents meet with their co-ordinator from the Women ' s Self-Government Association. The meetings help establish contact between diflerent living units and keep the houses in- formed of affairs that are of interest tt) women students. I.H.P.C. meetings enable the girls to obtain information and exchange ideas contributing to their positions as leaders in their groups. First Row Q. tor.):F. Breskin, R. Ruscr, N Lew, V arncN, J Markoff Suoml Rmc: M. Zahrt, M. Sit Nathanson, M. Marshall, M. Handlo ilv , P Peterson M Trcbian, ] Billings ck, E. Peters,.]. Frecdman, M. Rothman.J. 256 HOUSE COUNCIL F,r,rRou . tor.);B. Muldrows, N. Dick- inson, C. Mihni. SicohJ Row. M. Ste- venson, J. Brewer, P. Nelson, J. Saari. Ann Emery Hall Memorable events for the vear included a partv for the freshman and transfer students, the traditional " open house " after football games, the Saturday night candlelight dinners, and the Christmas tea. Ann Emery girls filled Christmas stockings for the soldiers at Camp McCov, sent clothing to Germany, and entertained local underprivileged children at a party. Members of the House Council were: N. Dickinson, president; J. Brewer, vice-president; J. Saari, secretary; M. Stevenson, treasurer. PROCTORS AND HOUSE COMNOTTEE First Row (1. to r.): J. Lytle, J. Reardon, M. Griem, N. Nelson, E. Nhyus, J. Loper. StconJ Row: J. Beamish, J. Hanson, M. Merrill, P. Stoecker, N. Schuelenberg. Third Row:]. Egerton, J. Guetenkunst, J. Thomas, D. Jones, J. Frieberg, B. Barton, J. Julien. 257 First Row (1. to r.): B. Fink, M. Hubbard, J. Garfinklc, M. Feller, P. D ' Orazio, G. Love, P. Donnelly, C. Forbush, H. Sasse, J. Jones, J. Krenzien, M. Wagencr, T. Vervoren. Second Kow: C. Christensen, E. Erdmann, B. Best, N. Moore, R. Nagasundram, K. Thomsen, E. Morgan, N. Smith, J. Fuiko, M. Miller, J. Ridgcway, J. Steffen, J. Volkman, J. Ellis, J. Thimke. Third Row: J. Secord, M. Ccrlctty, B. Jenss, L. Riley, M. Schuchardt, S. Culver, R. Piper, M. Schultz, N. Krumheuer, E. Lundmark, J. Rieck, M. Flannagan, B. Prochnow, M. Schuchardt. Fourth Row.- L. Milward, E. Mossberg, S. Huebner, N. Lankau, M. Panetti, M. Herb, L. Neff, J. Sulcwsky, C. Vandre, V. Humke, L. Schmidt, N. SeidI, E. Case, P. Schultz, G. Kromrey. Opening its hfth year on campus — Badger Club — proudly displayed its top honor, the winning trophy of the all-University Tournament of Song. The Badger Club social season opened with a successful open house in October. " Comic Opera, " featuring Pogo, was the main theme. Other social events included a coffee hour after the Penn State game, a winter formal in December, faculty dinner, and freshman banquet ex ' change dinners. Senior swingout filled in the remainder of the social calendar. The Irving Place occupants of Squire, White, and Hodag houses were active all around campus — from the Union committees to the symphony orchestra. Officers were: J. Garhnkel, president; J. Jones, vice-president; T. Vervoren, secretary. Badger Club 258 1 Barnard Hall Barnard Hall sparkled with atmosphere this vear as the dormitory changed its dress from the " Show Boat " gaiety of Open House to the sugarplums and cookies of " Candv Land, " the annual Christmas formal. Barnardites will always remember the Christmas Faculty tea, birthday dinners, the homecoming " Humpty Dumpty " display, senior swingout, and the scores of shoes they polished for the " Mighty Men of Mack " for losing their annual card tournament. The hall was proud of its campus celebrities including R. Pcllegnno, WSGA judicial chairman, B. Hamilton, WSGA civilian defense co-ordinator, and P. Smith, Mortar Board. Officers were: R. Now, president; J. Omernik, vice-president; B. Steffen, secretary; and B. Hamilton, treasurer. First Row Q. tor.):P. Johnson, J. Thick-, N. Meyer, D. Tegtmeyer, K. Hansen, P. McMahon, M. Durkin.J. Evans, L. Rupnow, M. Dupont, D. Miller. Second Row:]. Schallert, P. Speas, K. Mayer, R. Deren, J. Zimmerman, G. Anderson, J. Biason, D. Kirchner, E. Ehlers, D. Gallen- bergcr, M. Brose, D. Cripe, G. Sullivan. Third Row:]. Peters, A. Lassila, N. Buchanan, B. Hamilton, J. Omernik, R. Novy, C. Tubekis, Miss Jessie Allan, L. Melbve, B. Steffen, P. Smith, M. Bahr, I. Jimos, S. Holland, M. Cotherman. Fourth Row: C. Kaems, M. Ostrander, E. Nelson, M. Berg, E. Gramling, M. Mulicr, M. Felker, M. Beach, B. Horn, G. Pierron, M. Simonis, J. Doepke, I. Boerner, B. Smith, J. Janz, M. Myers, E. Watson, C. Schuman, B. Sanford, M. Lee, A. Otto. Fifth Row: N. Lins, C. Hucnink, C. Godar, D. Jenkins, G. Wallace, B. Mun- son, J. Pcrrin, A. Hanneman, J. Hanson, N. Krause, P. Helmbrecht, E. Look, J. Oldigs, N. Cleveland, J. Schwemmer, R. Pellegrino, M. Williams, K. Carney, J. Kratsch. Si.xth Row: M. Murphy, F. Hankins, P. Borsack, M. Smith, B. Motley, G. Grabinsky, S. Kuebler, G. Wisniewskv, C. Pierce, M. Lindovv, J. Leverenz, D. Schmidley, M. Dobbs, S. Blumcr, S. Anderson, E. Smith, E. Boughey, L. Lindow. R. Rogowskv, ' S. Anderson, C. Scokkc, j. French. Seventh Roav J. Putnam, E. Uehling, H. Saltmeris, C. Gempeler, J. Freihammer, M. Knilans, P. Yabs, b. Merrow, R. Mutch, D. Hahn, B. Rivicrs, I. Gilbertson, C. Guetschow, L. Madsen, P. LaPour, M. Hempe, E. Salter. 259 Chadbourne Hall Once known as Ladies Hall, C.hadhourne is rhe oklesr doi-mirorx ' on the campus, hur ir houses 176 husv and modern coeds. With the traditional charm of Chad, its residents this vear held after-game coliee hours, a faculty tea and formal faculty hantjuet, Wniter Nocturne formal, freshman banc]uet and senior swingout. Officers were: A. Lapidus, president; P. Drews, vice-president; H. Wong, secretary; P. Indermuehle, treasurer; B. Lang, social chairman; B. Weiland, judicial chairman. Miss E. Morgan is head resident. Fint Row (1. to r.); J. Nordstrom, D. Roob, B. Bowman, S. Van Dvkc, A. Hill, P. Grcgor, M. Cattoi, D. Martens, P. Wcrdin, S. Grant, D. Grcnunzio, N. Schtnck, V. Nye, P. Nciibaucr. Stcanil Row: V. Cliimpncr, C. Chrisunscn, B. Horn, B. Mohr, L. Clinc, E. Barkhahn, L. Kascguma, M. Singer, |. Zcrnzach, M. Blaim,J. Devinc, E. Barton, A. Gccsc, B. Urbanski, B. Lchnhcrr, M. Lthniann, M. Dunn, D. Dcrus. nirdRou.P. Molm, P. McDcvitt, N. Lcm, A. Rothman, E. Smith, H. Rilcv, H. Wong, A. Lapidus, Miss E. Morgan, C. Moisted, P. Drews, B. Wetland, B. Lang, M. Millard, N. Nebel, M. Root, S. Frings. Foitrt Row. }. McLanghlin, S. Peterson, R. Holenweg, E. Berndt, M. Kuchenmeister, M. Morse, G. Robbins, E. Frochlke, A. Maitland, M. Reiniann, L. Grotjahn, B. Malone, M. Hagelin, S. Coughill, J. Franz, J. Hagemann, B. Bartz, M. Mulvane, G. Gogat, C. Tinder, R. Morrison, K. Gallerhall, S. Bergholtz, L. Moshuda, H. Dries, F. Clialloner. Fifth Row: S. Muhich, N. Turgeson, L. Pelnar, N. Reid, M. Harrington,]. Vogel, S. Koepsel, F. LaBracke, P. Mueller, B. Dulton, H. Schu- bert, H. Lunkiewicz, R. Berger, D. Gilman, T. Brzezinski, B, Wallen, M, Smith, C. Nebel, P. Cottam, B. Baker, J. Morrow, M. Gunther. Sixth Row: N. Yokota, N. McCutchin, R. Novak, B. Olson, L. Bill, A. Kohn, P. Johnson, B. Wentich, E. Hassmuellcr, V. Schlegel, M. Gilbert, K. Guffcn, C. Vakos, K. Spear, V. Schoofs, M. Dose, E. Rasmussen, A. Brown, D. Ivey, G. Fick, M. Hau, B. Burnham, S. Grotegut, D. Berger. Seventh Row: S. Roberts, L. Schultz, G. Lorenz, J. Merritt, D. Craine, C. Cams, P. Goodrich, B. Buboltz, P. James, A. Raymond, D. Oates, C. Ritter, B. Gennrich, D. Fritsch, N. Wangsness, M. Fliegel, P. Bergman, D. Schwandt, N. Nielsen. o. 15 onpA Pf}t4 f oiinj . I 260 nU lt l ' iil i!;l iMfltli icHtin HMiillillUi iHMMMM tr ' ih i ?v j ' f ? fi OK r te floor (1. to r. ): M. Fox, A. Dunklc. SctitiJ. M. Ohrmund, |. Chcmcrow, Mrs. Hill, G. Smvthcj. Hess, P. Blesch. St.nulw : P. Curran, J. McNaniara. Elizabeth Waters Hall This year Elizabeth Waters began the second decade ot its existence, and with this new chapter came many changes. Mrs. Hill (Julie) took over as Head Resident; the Christmas partv became a service project; and a Women ' s Dorm Society was originated. But such traditions as the 12:30 rush hour, the pop-calls, birthday dinners, hredrills, housemeetings, Hobo Hop, football teas, candlelight dinners on Saturday night, the sun bathing, and all the other things so familiar to a " Liz " girl are still with us. Among our campus personalities are S. Jevne, Dorm president; Joann Schoof, Sophomore woman on Cardinal Board; Marianne Johnson, Senior Council; and Lois Husman, WAA President. First Row ( . to r. " ,!: K. Aniundson, R. Zerlcr. Second Row: L. Ott, S. )cunf, M. Esscr, H. Potts. T urJ Row: M. Johnson, N. Plavman, D. D.ihl, C. Parl,)w, j. Hiss, R. GaKt. First Row (1. to r.): D. Bergmann, M. Thessin, R. Nicdermeicr, H. Steinich, J. Qualv, D. Ransom, P. Robertson, C Tines. B Bkck, | Shrader, K. Ruchhoeft, D. Carr, A. West. Sicond Row.- }. Grout, P. Hornby, M. CaldWell, N. Rahn, B. Glass, P. BksLh.J. Homiing, C Parlow, J. Schooff, J. Schwartz, C. Blomgren, A. Erickson, J. Bathcy, S. Haast, P. Larson, D. Kaercker, N. Duwe. Third Row: L. McKenzie N. Coppcns, N. Stutzman, R. Erickson, ]. Ramsay, M. Steincr, A. Busse, P. Case, L. Pierce, V. Gurk, J. Johnson, M. Wille, D. Snvder A. Calbaum, R. Schodtler, L. Erdmann, S. Sargeant, J. Zuidweg, M. Moore, J. Giebler. Fourth Row: B. Van Bcckum, R. Donaldson, D Steinhilber, L. Wels, P. England, M. Pallister, B. Duwe, P. Fitzsimmons, A. Altcnbern, G. Engelhard, C. Theisen, D. Wolf, J. Bmnmg, M Ulrich, A. Riebe, E. Borchardt, E. Rasch, P. Albee, M. Brusak. Fifth Row: B. Mueller, M. Furchtenicht, R. Krebs, C. Malo ' ne, S. Nachell R. Katz, N. Schneider, A. Stevens, J. Franke, J. Boernke, B. Johnsen, M. Rich, G. Harwood, B. Mueller, K. Torphy, J. Burbach, M. Dctt mann, A. Schroeder, H. Ostrander. Unit I ' Liz Waters ' students enjoying the sights of Lake Mendota. 262 f Vjf Row (1. to r.): C. Franke, B. Serracino, M. Barnecut, C. Schommer, J. Marquez, S. Koren, S. Eccles, H. Mahnert, B. Gant, C. Agnew, N Ode aard Second Raw: L. Titzchner, P. Dettman, D. Bohlnian, M. Noll, A. Rhode, N. Oakes, C. Wu, M. Nott, J. Goodell, J. Chemerow, R. Gals ' t, B. Wisland, M. Hope, L. Lucdtkc, N. Behling, N. Wetzel, B. Seals. Thtrd Koiv: C. Bailey, M. Roth. J. Bunke, L. Koch, V. Boy- son, S. Haaland, M. Barron, B. Lauson, H.Jordan, R. Lighter, S. Buster, B. Radloff, A. Boettchcr,]. Bardeen, M. Otto, E. Erb, K. Knudson, N. Zurhuch, D. ' Schumm. Fo:irth Row: E. Smith, B. Baer, B. Gehrig, A. Berg, N. Revzen, M. Falk, K. Kersten, B. Trexel, B. Beaver, D. Evans, A. Richardson, H. Zamponi, C. Mowry, S. Price, J. Jansen, P. Locken, C. Canetti. Fijth Row: L. Strubc, H. Kahn, B. Klessig.J. Fitz, D. Hewittson, G. Wilber, L. Benson, B. Morrison, M. Trotter, Y. Haggard, C. Sauer, V. Vincent, J. Zieman, M. Niepert, S. Heibering, S. Chang, M. Puhl ' , D. Habeck. Unit II Unit III First Row (1. to r.). J. Sawver, S. Teeter, G. Barrington, H. Potts, M. Esser, S. Fredrick, L. Henze, B. Kietzmann, R. Gawlitta, B. Vogt, M. Williamson, M. Strahl. ' C. Leahy, G. Mazzei, A. Silverness. Second Row: D. Weiss, S. Frev, J. Boerner, J. Felix, N. Doyle, M. Okoneski, N. Shirra, N. Thaver, J. Hess, N. Walkoe, B. Skalitskv, M. Best, V. Gallagher, J. Welton, B. Huhn, M. Reardon, G. Wisiol, A. Wichser. Third Row: ]. Carlson, ]. Ferguson, S. Marsh, E. Grob, N. Tinkham, S. Groninger. P. Mcjovnt, D. Boerger, N. Springer, P. Manley, L. Schmidt, M. Austin, J. ' Arnold, D. Olson, N. Hetherington, A. Gilfrcv, P. Evcrill, B. Wctmore, N. Fcis, N. Fuchs, S. Sibbald, A. Dunkle, E. Doerr. Fourth Row: D. Peterson, A. Robertson, E. Fierek, J. Wieneke, B. Riebe, G. Olson, E. Roknich, M. Potter, L. Bodeau, W. Rikkers, C. Drewrv, J. Gamskv, M. Small, ]. Silliman, J. SiUiman, K. King, M. Nelson, B. Drone, G. Calligaro, K. LaBudde, J. Drager, J. Fischer. Fifth Row: G. Wickham, B. Davis, J. Hein, R. Jung, S. Popelka. P. Spelbring,J. Helms, M. Voigt, K. Stromgren. C. Muenchow, N. Radtkc, E. Stevens, D. Dahl, S. Kienitz, V. Wicgand, M. Ortman, F. Fu, V. Peterson, M. Colvin, D. Williams, B. Rubin, M. Dunn. 263 O 6 CiOr r ( e a O OTID ( ry f»0 ! V Vif P r r .P O fm K M- (1. to r.): D. Flanagan, V. Shimon, L. Awe, K. Spaulding, M. Scallon, I. Pcttcr, ). Bevcr, R. Nobks, E. Tillman, M. |ackson, N. McCann, R. Stasc, M. Schuttc. SeconJ Rau:- V. Clcin, L. Ott, E. Scvcnich, D. Dahnkc, B. ' Brandt, ]. Olson, C. Laubcnsain, B. ' Laikin, B. Lettsomc, M. Lintr, M. Orhmand, R. Zerkr, H. Fischer, [. Pfc-ffercorn , M. Riidd, R. Gulbrandsc ' n, M. Holtcs, E. Ahrcns. Third Row: A. Foster, M. Gudcrt, E. Bie, B. Humphrey, M. Freeman,.!. Wilets, P. Karcl, J. Stevens, D. Glenn, E. Heckman, G. Roberts, N Chyle, C. Klatt, M. Grebe, G. Scheibel, L. Knutson, L. Fluck, J. Younglove. Fourth Row:]. Franzel, C. Bureggemann, J. Schaefcr, E. Quinn, S. Ka- loustian, D. Pcrnot, M. Mellen, E. Zahn, D. Marshak, |. Maversak, G. Simon, M. Norman, A. Robinson, D. Gillev, A. Dropp, C. Klein, L. Thibodeau, G. Prochaska. F:fth Row: M. Inman. M. Kinnev, ' A. Laarsch, M. Johnson, F. Flov, N. Riedel, L. Burghv, N. Fuchs, E. Hosier, D. Boland, Unit IV Work pro)e 264 The Seots are m Will 1 A ri3 ri " A w 1 !i ' « H,.- ' kW K ' ' ■ 1 ' Liz Waters homecoming dccoratiuii Unit V Fmit Row (1. to r.): S. Shogrcn, C. Dittman, C. Schacfcr, P. Schafcr, ]. Hickok, B. Little, ]. Fogel, D. Baker, J. Hess, D. Gomienng, T. Speca, J. Ransom, |. Pientz, M. Boehm. Sccon, Raw. C. Sampc. B. Worguli, J. WendstaJt, D. Drill, M, Llovd, J. Benedict, j. Pulfer, G. Petersen, D. McCiiiioch, K. Amundson, C. Paape, P. Tuppcr, B. Miller, E. Young, B. Nelson, R. Weigler, N. DeRochc, G. Schmidt. Thmt Row: B. Hcnning, K. Rohloff, R. Buntrock, M. Kvic, M. Retzingcr, N.Jackson, M. Cashman, B. Gwaltnev, L. Kellenburg, D. Casciaro, T. Apple, E. Kelscv, M. Olsen, ]. Nanscawen, C. Stoltz, N. Gafkc, L Tallgren, M. Greincr. Fomh Row: P. Grahn, M. Mulder, J. Bahr, M. Girard, ]. Shirza, P. Herfort, ' A. Turner, C. Bartcl, J. Olson, M. Bollman, S. Hansen, L. Van Zandt, B. Mecklenburg, D. Bardcen, J. Mc- Namara ' , B. Gimmler, f . Rrav ). Schulte, H. Watson, M. Hollev, R. Rem, M. Norrman, T. Chudnoff, ]. Kothlovv, M.. Johnson, H. Andren, ). Pratt, N. Plavman, M, Accola, M. Demmer, B. Sandor, ]. Hciser, P Curran. i vihAno y o Of) AP P A iwA fM A ' First R ;«(1. to r.):J- Architect, S. Chcsscn, B. Dyrhovd, J. Link, S. Gottfrics, J. Johnson, C. Co(l , M. Trclaar, G. Anderson. Stcond Row: N. Mascngarb, J. Olson, D. Larson, M. Mueller, ]. Schneider, G. Lew, A. Christiansen, L. Hunter, ). Norris, J.Perlick, A. Metr, M. Malin. Thml Rou: ). Ellis, P. Hall. A. Scott. A. Mankowski, M. Nehcr, E. DeMoe, B. Landgraf. N. Gillick, A. Edgerton, M. John- son, S. Schlegcl, M. Flannery, J. Ziegler. Fourth Row: M. Sutton, M. Mcnsenkamp, F. Smith, M. DcBcrry, D. Zimmerman, L. Flem- ing, J. Dravton, M. Nelson, S. Wolf, K. Porte M. Shettler, L. Savles. Filth Row: N. Wood, D. Nelson, M. Wood, B. Mill, J. Harris, M. Whelan, C. Regal, L. Limpert, M. Schmidt, P. Blaser, M. SchaelFer, H. Mclenv, Sixth Row: C DeBruin, C. Urban, S. Gilson, ' S. Babbitt, M. Neson, S. Story, A. Hansen, L. Gruhlc. N- Luck, G. Briggs. ■zCXAK i ' - i .♦ h ' ' i Langdon Hall Conihinc talent, spirit, and cooperation, and the final product is good times at Langdon Hall. Homecoming weekend saw " reptilia Langdonia " (our big green worm) take the second place trophv. Dr. Agard ' s talk created much enthusiasm among the female population. December was marked by rising spirits, and we celebrated the yuletide season with a " bang up " Christmas party. To climax the year, we donned our gowns and grabbed our guys for the big spring formal. Officers were:M. Sutton, president; D. Farrell, social chairman; H. Meleney, treasurer. First Row (I. to r.): B. Mercelis, S Smith, G. Schilling, E. Roscnwald B. Fitzgibben, M. Whitestone, P Schade, R. Hansen, M. Terrill, D Kasson. Second Row: M. Rothschild A. Matthews, N. Hunnicutt, M Burnham, H. Hunter, E. Garwig, ) Perkins, M. McGalloway, B. Mc Vay, B. Clare, C. Leich, S. Clever son, S. Bennett, B. Funk. Third Row J. Burt, L. Smith, A. Maye, L. Sho bcr, M. Sinnott, P. Gaynor, L Lourc , M Hornbeck, A. Parker M. Pinch.ird, P. Schweikert, S. Den son, |. Gilhcrtson. Fourth Roir: P Bowcn, B. Biegick, M. Lindquist B. Hanke, M. Schaperst, M. Priehs K. Ruppenthal, D. Houghton, M Ellston, G. Schlaeger, C. Stangcl E. Zinn. Fifth Row: C. Swann, J Burke, R. Rcchel, M. AutTant, j Louttit, N. Hobbs, L. Croman, M Wier, J. Wiswell, M. Ducr, P Mainwaring, A. 0 ' Learv,J. Thomp- son, M. McDowell. Sixth Row: S Hudson, E. Morrison, C. Martin M. Ganther, B. Hinderlitcr, N . ndcrson, A. Schertz, P. Carter, J Hutchison, J. Kelbe, M. Van Steendercn, M. Strong, M. Norton. M. Lee, P. Snvder, M. Seegers. 266 r Groves Co-op The rhrcc storv, brick structure at the corner of Mills and Johnson Streets houses the only chartered living cooperative for women at the University of Wisconsin. It was conceived nine vears ago as a means of not only keeping the expenses of living at a minimum by cooperative maintenance, but of learning first-hand the meaning of democracy by encouraging the self-govern- ment of as many races, religions, and nationalities as possible under one roof. Named after Professor Harold Groves of the University economics depart- ment, it now houses twentv-nine members. Officers were F. Rubinstein, president; M. Krumbach, secretary; and M. Gisk, treasurer. First Row (1. to r.): B. Bobb, M. Johanski, E. Foster, M. Silverman, E. Handler, R. Shill. Sicotiii Row- G. Riley, F. Rubinstein, C. Wruck, W. Tcrwilliger, Mrs. Weslev Terwilligcr, . . Zurao, M. Krumhach, A. Baasch, C. Sutchcr. Thmi Row: M. Meyer, M. Gisk, M. Reuling, J. Skolnirk M Rrinrr F Arnol.l F Hriin.rr H Fiunn. B L.r.rh. M Ronbal, H, Cutni.m. M RittLT. L P o o 267 First Row (I. to r W kl o Ml l ini.is.N ,,,,J. | H..lk, H,.,s,| Ho,,i.,, l.ui. I Ikni-t.in i, ..«, K«kv B. Levine. S. Pitts, M. Charry, Mrs Mikr, M Hdtfkrg, L. Bavis, F. Antoni, F. Engk. Ihmt Kmr: H. Allrcd, M. Rcinharat, D. Egbert, M. Kcnnctt, P. Lowman, S. Goldstein, B. Isaac, M. Marthaler, M. Oswald, M. Mueller. Missing: N. Rcnard, L. Mitter, D. Klewicky, B. Owen, D. Young, G. Sanders. Down at Hoofers, in the Rat, on the L ' nion committees, in hihoratories, singing at Camps, at Pres House — you ' ll lind us everywhere, hut seldom at " The Manor. " Our major is men, our minor is hridge hut we have extra-curricular activi- ties, too, such as OT, speech, art, bacti, and marketing. Coming from many states and varied backgrounds we are able to pool our many ideas and interests. Officers were: Pat Engle, president; M. Kassowita, vice-president; P. Low- man, secretary; B. Owen, treasurer; A. Tziritas and T. Berstein, social co- chairmen. Langdon Manor 268 Lincoln Lodge The girls of Lincoln Lodge won ' t have to thumb through their scrap book to recall 1951-52 memories. Who could forget the sleepy midnight rehearsals of " The Lincoln Lodge Department Story, " the house ' s contribution to Wiskits — Homecoming George, the 10 foot giant — bruises acquired at the roller skating party — beastly brunch elections. Of course the girls remember their industrious officers — Cookie Robin, president; Georgia Cohen, vice-president; Barbara Kanter, treasurer; Harlyne Kohlberg and Diane Glick, co-social chairmen. But the memories that will remain with them the longest are those of the 43 terrific girls at Lincoln. First Row 0- to r.): C. Volk, N. Benjamin, D. Fuldauer, I. Goodman, S. Altman, L. Shaffer, N. Katz, S. Sokol. Second Kow; ' E. Katz, D. Glick, H. Kohlberg, G. Cohen, Mrs. S. Kailin, R. Robin, ' B. Kanter, E. Rattner, S. Wolf. Third Raw: N. Wise, E. Golkin, M. Rosenberg, A. Jasper, M. Jacobson, S. Gessncr, J. Bravcrman, A. Hirsch, L. Ugarctz, L. Weiss, J. Pines, G. Cohen, D. Ruben. Fourth Row: M. Schain, j. Berson, J. Rosenberg, R. Gordon, N. Himmelfarb, D. Gordon, C. Solomon, S. Hertz. 269 Front Row Q. tor. .0, UJikr, K C..ni;u. S Skarakis, D. Barry, S. Bcrnu, P kohl, H, Rl.JcI, O Doyle. Second Row: D. Johnson, P. Hadlcy, S. Conger, J. Kuehncmann, M. Englcr, G. Cranston, P. McKenna, R. Schmitz, E. Diiwt. TbirJ Row: M. Hartvvell, J. Mondschine, M. Hee- bink, J. Hinkc, L. Suchy, G. Rasmussen, L. Thurwachter, J. Wollenfcldr, D. Beck, A. Calvert, M. Storbaken, M. Maske, D. Dawson. Fourth Row: O. Ziehli, A. Suehs, R. Dettmann, D. Sense, E. Paul, M. Rusv, B. Kloftcn, M. Bailev, N. Farrer, D. Nelson, B. Fagerlie, S. Stouffer. The impressive capping ceremony always starts the new school vear in a serious way. Work and study keep us busy much of the dav, but we have time for outside activities, too. Again this year our Homecoming decorations took a iirst place. Many of our students were active on various committees. Jenese Mondschine was Mil Ball court of honor finalist last spring and summer prom queen. We had a Christmas Dance and went caroling in the hospital on Christmas morning. Our formal in the spring was a beautiful highlight to a busy year. Officers were: D. Dawson, president; M. Forsyth, vice-president; D. Barry, secretary; and S. StoufFer, treasurer. Nurses ' Dorm 270 Morris Hall " There is never a dull momeiir at Norris Hall " swore those who followed our gals — swore those who were our gals. This year the house scored again in the Homecoming decorations race as it has done for the past five years, taking hrst place in the Independent group. We donated blood to the Red Cross and had several wonderful theme parties. Officers were: June Freedman, president; Joan Forman, secretary; Monique Purris, treasurer; Barbara Becker, social chairman. Lijt to Kight: E. Shepp, G. Rosenberg, B. Bleckman, M. Dick, J. Barbrow, S. Mall, G. Cohen, D. Schulman, S. Posner, J. Fosman, J. Freed- man, Mrs. B. Schulman, M. Purris, H. Lauritzen, J. Green, S. Monsein, R. Eckerling, J. Adler, S. Drabkin, E. Schwartz, B. Becker, N. Fellner, S. Gell, S. Siegel, H. Munchick, . ' . Kahn, P. Canter, S. Bachman, .]. Nagel, C. Cohen, N. Adleman, E. Rosen, C. Podzarsky, S. Teldman, M. Soloman, J. Wigdor, B. Metzger, C. Zax. 271 r,nr R„„ , 1. to r, : |. Herman, L. Ka , B. Scnn, G. Goldberg, P. Klein, C. Bcckerman, B. Alberts, N. Packtor, R. Goldman. Stcond Row: E. Roscnstock, H. Lapidcs, M. Waxman, B. Cohen, E. Brest, Mrs. R. Benjamin, D. Ross, S. Fine, C. Winkler, j Pious, j. Maelaire. T .m Row; D. Dener, D. Davis, L. Weiss, P. Boss, P. Mcrvis, C. Sherman, D. Lewis, M. Klein, M. Wirth, F. Nathan, N. Aiisman, B. Sapiro. Shorcland ' s 18 freshmen were quickly impressed hv their living room view and rhe many other wonderful features of the house. Dolphins, Zeta Phi Eta, Delta Sigma Rho, Hoofers, Plavers, and Campus Carnival kept the girls busy outside, while parties, food, knitting and study- ing kept them busy inside. The officers were: F. Briskin, president; E. Brest, vice-president; J. Maelaire, social chairman; J. Herman, secretary; and N. Poktor, treasurer. Shoreland House 272 Tower View Active participation in campus cvL-nts, a high schohistic average, and a congenial, social-minded house, are the standards of the girls of Tower View and their housemother, Aunt Belle. The - enthusiastically entered Wiskits and were chosen as one of the six finalists to appear in the annual show. The girls will also remember the fun and work that went into the Homecoming display, after-game open houses in front of the wood-burning fireplace, and the successful parties. House officers are: M. Handlovsky, president; F. Katleman, vice-president- treasurer; A. Metch, secretary; P. Tubin and S. Ward, co-social chairmen. Firft Row (I. to r.): D. Luff, E. Lewis, E. Lewis, D. Kaplan, K. Kipcn, M. Mavcr, D. Cohn, A. Lozoff, J. Steinberg. Saoml Row: S. Ward, P. Rubin, A. Metch, M. Handlovskv, Mrs. H. Halperin, F. Katleman, C, Jacobson, D. Locke, C. Cohn. Thini Row: J. Cohen, H. Plotkin, L. Fos, L. Paradise, M. Locke, J. Ncmschoff, G. Cohen, E. Goldfedcr, N. Kaufmann, M. Arbetter, C. Levin, R. Hall. Fourth Row: R. Samuels, J. Gordon, E. Brodnaz, F. Vogel, M. Lang, S. Edelstein, E. Weissbard, S, Hertz, S. Lebow, G. Regen, L. Romanoff, J. Reimer. 273 f;rrrRoK ' (l. tor.);R- Bcriiiaii, I ' ii-i,.M I ' M, ; - i: ' , II,. V, I II I - - ■ • , 1 Elkin, S. Frolich. j-««« Ro«v I. Kollnian, G. Rubin, C. Rallman, P. EngJ, LV SuiJkr. A. Gold, Mrv H. Kopptl, M. Ruthnun, |. P.isLhcn, S. Friedman, B. Hoffman, D. Mois. ThrJRou:- B. Sicgcl, S. Kostd, R. Goldberg, N. Schmidt, R. Lopsen, S. Billcr, B. Lopman, J. ' Wciscr, N. Lapin, C. Kranson, L, Small, H. Dcvorkin, E. Cornfield, N. Chudcoff, L. Schneider, M. Alter. Fourt j Row: S. Bach, J. Gordon, P. Sweet, A. Levvin, D. Lotwin, B. Lubot- sky, ]. Minkin, C. Rosenberg, E. Levin, S. Routman, N. Leopold, J. McGucken, J. Gottfried, E. Rickcnsohl, R. Lipton, L. Fcigenbaum. Vivacious " Victorians " commenced their social season with a " Prison Party " attended by members of the University police force who added to the " corrupt " atmosphere. This successful affair was followed by the whirling magic of a Carousel dance. Jolly Saint Nick appeared at our annual Christmas party for the Martin Lutheran Orphanage. With winter ' s disappearance, we donned our jeans and plaid shirts for an " allemande left. " A well diversified year was clima.xed with our spring dinner dance. Officers were: M. Rothman, president; B. Swidler, vice-president; A. Gold, treasurer; S. Friedman, secretary; C. Raffman and G. Rubin, social chairmen. Victoria House 274 Villa Maria Take ]15 lively coeds in a Spanish-styled house, add the graciousness ot their housemother, Mrs. Eleanor McCann; blend with an ever friendly co- operative atmosphere, and the result is Villa Maria. This past year has been both busy and happy for the gals at Villa, as they put their energetic spirit to work in social and intellectual functions. Some of the activities were: the Christmas Party, the Winter and Sprmg dances, ex- change dinners, and outside speakers. Activities were not all confined to Villa proper, and the girls participated in Wiskits, Humorology, Wisconsin Players, and Easter service projects. The officers were: R. Reiser, president; A. Resnick, social chairman; J. Rosenbloom, secretary; and H. Cellarius, treasurer. First Kow (1. to r): R. Sacman, N. Krakora, S. Blake, M. Schatz, D. Katr, E. Aaron, M. Bcrman, R. Grodjesk, G. Mark, H. Kast, T. Trom- mcr. Sicomi Kou: C. Roclandt, F. Wcincr, J. Lorcnberg, A. Murashige, H. Cellarius, E. McCann, M. Dwyer, R. Reiser, J. Kolbur, J. Drogy, L, Haddcn. J. Cohen. ThirdKou: M. Yatzkan, B. Mosher, D. Cizon, J. Begun, B. Radin, L. Scheinfeld, B. Bowman, M. Rosenberg, J. Yoeber, R. Parks, J. Bell, T. Leudicke, S. Radbil, S. Bcrhant, E. Peal, R. Goldberg, J. Gould. Fourth Row: G. Steincr, J. Licberman.J. Schwartz, M. Gorman, E. Musekothcn, L. Benjamin, P. Mendelsohn, S. Keating, S. Waring, L. Piggot, J. Fnedrichs, D. Burgess, J. Adashek, L. Schwartz, J. Foster, R. Anstcrdig. Fifth Rou: H. Wiersma, R. Blanchard, J. Bitner, A. Edwards, M. Schneider, R. Berman, B. Kloser, M. Martin, M. Grant, ]. Hess, P. Rilev, M. Simco.v, S. Mosher, S. Stokes, S. Dunn, B. Shatz, M. Hild. Sixth Row:]. Chaykin, C. Atkind, A. Sagel, E. Rosen, P. ' Smith, V. Phillips, F. Walker, J. Block, G. Davenport, A. George, F. Henderson, J. Dietz, S. Catyr, P. Randall. 275 First Row (1. to r.): Q. Cattell, C. Wolf, T. Cohen, C. Shmitt, E. Shugan, A. Mamoulidcs, V. FrLcland. Snond Row. B. Johnson, N. Ltwis, E. Neher, Mrs. V. Seymour, J. Markoff, L. Harper, P. Woloshin, D. Sanditen. Third Row: G. Rosenberg, A. Brovan, S. Block, L. Lavinc, Z. Golden, J. Aron, E. Liebling, E. Caserta, J. Cohen, J. Mandillcr. Fourth Row: H. Hcrshficld, F. Fried, B, Seigel, J. Friedlandcr, P. Bou- langer, T. Sander, J. Nicolet, M. L. Andres, D, DcGoumois, M. Yarke. Walden ' s doors were flung wide for a successful Open House to start a husv year. And the 37 girls went ahead to further build upon the fine reputation bv having after-the-game Coffee Hours, Homecoming Decorations and bv par- ticipating in numerous other Campus Affairs. " Walden Wows ' Em ' " headlines announced that the girls had made Wiskit Finals and spurred them on to wow the judges into awarding second place. The house party followed the traditional Christmas theme and was enjoyed by all. Officers were: J. Markoff, president; E. Neher, vice-president; L. A. Harper, secretary; N. Lewis, treasurer. Walden House 276 Fint Kow . to r. : E, Thompson. ] Ychlc, R, F.iskini . S co„dKou: M. Shipman. M. E. Arenz, M. A. Steckling, M. Frank, J. Rand. Third Rou: E. Rcid, M. Jones, R. Pi.tcrson, M. L. Zahrt, K. ' Badc, R. Fasking. Tabard Inn Tabard Inn, home for thirteen girls, began another year of cooperative living with Open House as its first social event. Other social activities for the year were Homecoming, the Christmas party, and the two formals. Officers were: M. Bahat, president; M. Jones, vice-president; and B. Thomp- son, secretarv. Cochrane House The girls at Cochrane House had fun planning their homecoming decora- tions, the havride, the Christmas decorating party, and the spring picnics. The house was well represented in campus activities: Dolphins, the IDEA, International Club, Cardinal, Badger, and Orchesis. Officers were: D. Kanameishi, president; T. PattuUo, treasurer; B. Mitchka, social chairman. First Kou ' { . tor. P. Cunningham, L. Garvaglia.T. Pattullo, D. Kanameishi, B. Mitchka, N. Runkcl, B. .Johnson. Second Row: L. Nedland, . Marglv, C. Edier, Mrs. Hcndrick, S. Spicth, J. Holmes, A. Gilbert, R. Hornig. Thml Rou: B. Krause, J. Hulburt, M. Johnson, M. Korf- hagc, D. Korticr, B. dc Forest, E. Strattman, J. Gehcrt, S. Fields. Fourth Rou: H. Wunsch, N, Squicr, G, Wagner, J. Mackrie, L. Swant, M. Maihieu.J. Quisenberrv, P. Williams. i " J l-,r,t Rnu S. Z. Lev C. L. Ed«- Hilton, P Thocnv, j I to r . |. C, Farago, I, O DouKh.iii, I ' M ( liass, t L Sandow, E. A. Louc, A. C. Fox, T, Roscnhctg. SeconJ Kaw: S. Frank, nc, M. J. Albert, J. J. Nathanson, Mrs. M. Fritz, j. H. Sompcr, M. C. Rose, S. L. Lcvine. J. R. Mond. Thml Row: I. S. LeverL-ncc, rds, N. J. Cope, C. A. Gructzcniachcr, B. J. Bass, C. R. Aberman, J. G. Becker, N. J. Hold, M. L. Bernstein, J. Kautfman, J. M. 1. Silverman, J. L. Pachtman. Fourth Row: K. R. Goldberg, K.J. Bertolonc, B. L. Bainia, B. V. Bernard, M. A. Lictzan, P. A. E. Thorpe, D.J. Anderson, J. M. Charlicr, B. Gee. Hampton House Another gala social year for Hampton began with Hampton ' s open house which was followed shortly hv the opening night of Cluh Hampton. Par- ticipants from Hampton were numerous in Dolphins, Orchesis, Cardinal, Octy, Student Board and Union Committees. Officers were: J. Nathanson, president; M. Bernstein, vice-president; and B. Bass, secretary. Jordan House Eleven new girls made life interesting at " J " House for the " Oldies. " Getting acquainted was easy, however, and a round of activities began. Homecoming decorations, intra-mural sports, and a Christmas party. Second semester two new girls received their mail at J House, followed by a get- acquainted party and a picnic. Officers were; M. Trebian, president; G. Markowitz, vice-president; B. McCann, social chairman. First Row (I. tor.): B. Enicrich, H. Chase, I. Barca. SicondRow: M. Uetzmann,J. Davis, B. McCormick, M. Trebian, J. Swanson, B. McCann. Third Row: P. Mcidenbauer, J. Gilbert, M. Duncan, G. Babbitt, D. Thines, M. Sommers, M. Spolar. 278 First Row (1. to r.): M. Lewis, A. Cogan, D. Sussman, J. Safe, S. Duhrin, B. Branson. Stcond Row: D. Sher, L. Sh. rger, J. Atkins tirst Row y. to rj: M. Lewis, A. Logan, U. Sussman, J. Safe, S. Uutirin, U. Branson, rcoiut Kow: u. aner, L. sner, v . Derger, j. AtKins C. Weiss, N. Kadin, R. Luber, N. Lew. Third Row:]. Bailin, J. Stone, ]. Goldberg, Mrs. Rosenthal, M. Sitnch, J. LcVinc, R. Czerner, C Wolf, T. Stern. Fourth Row: C. Kurtz, S. Marcus, F. Shapiro, S. Drv, B. Pavne, J. Rappaport, D. Kohl, J. Bcrliant, G. Stern, L. Lang, H Cohn. Fifth Row: P. HofTberg, C. Reis, D. Goldberg, L. Goldsmith ' , S. Kroft, J. PfetTcr, V. Lurie, M. Sigman, D, Kraft, B. Lipschultz, B Stern Two open houses; Made Humorology with skit called " Fumbled Funnies " ; gave two parties, Wiskey and Sin, and a sleigh ride; Carol Weiss won the all- campus talent show; Nancy Levy — Independent Women ' s Co-Ordinator. House officers were: J. Cohn, president; R. Czerner and D. Goldberg, social chairmen; J. Pheffer, treasurer; J. Atkins, date chairman; B. Lipshultz, secretary. Lake Lawn House With the top three floors of the University YMCA dormitory closed off, a J C A spirited and enthusiastic group of thirty-eight men kept the house program of intra-mural sports, homecoming, social activities, discussion groups and other programs alive. Student officers are F. Schroeder, president; R. Meyer, vice-president; J. Yanikowski, secretary. First Row (1. to r.): J. R. Westerlund, A. J. Menza, G. N. Mart, W. P. McHugh, Mrs. E. B. Dais, F. A. Schroeder, L. J. Leitl, T. H. Bar- land, R. J. Tappa. Second Row: M. H. Erdman, R. J. Bucci, T. D. Baehman, R. S. Buhr, W. O. Stringer, J. J. Yanikowski, J. G. Ansfield, E. C. Blanks, N. L. Johnson, R. A, Garske, F. J. Snacken. Third Row: H. J. Wills, H. M. Salgado, W. J. Milliard, F. G. Schroeder, A. R. Prchlik, R. W. Schroeder, N. K. Anderson, F. R. Kuhlman, R. A. Mcver, C. F. Kiihlman, R. E.Jensen, A. M. Louden. 279 Men ' s Living Units Thirty separate living units comprise the " men ' s dorms. " These modern buildings are far more than just a place where people live; they area well-governed, efficiently-run section of campus which pro- vides the social and recreational facilities for the men living in these living units. MHA CABINET Fraiir Row (1. to r.): T. McGregor, D. Dcscns, L. O ' Connell, A. Adkins, C. Maicr, D. McCoy, J. Shampo. Sictrnd Row: A. Kinkcl, K. Jonc G. Jentz, D. DeLong. Third Row L. Robinson, O. Stentz, D. Price, D. Mucnch, R. Heeman, J. Searle. MHA M H A HOUSE PRESIDENTS COUNCIL First Row (1. to r.): B. Mathews, V. McCarvillc, G. Brcnzei. B- Wada chairman E. Pctcr , B. Ernest (housefellow advisor), H. Lex, A. Mikhciian, J. Searle (cabinet advisor and member). Second Row: D. Schrocdcr. R. Awe, R. Bargans, D. Wipperman. J. Barron, R. Cooper, D. DeLong. L jan nn. R Burns. R. O ' Brian, P. Ginsberg. First Row (I. to r.):J- G. Price, P. T. Steffensen, L. W. Kangas, K. E. Seidemann, W. J. Duxbury, A. G. Klitzkie, R. Cameron, (housefcllow), V. M. McCarville, (president), R. G. Koester, H. E. Dietzman, J. J. Hetzer, R. C. LeBarron. SrcondKow: A. H. Eisenbcrg, R. R. Buerger, A. E. Gust, H. R. Hanson, D. A. Standiford, D. B. Edwards, T. J. Subitch, S. Ellner, J. M. Grunwaldt, T. R. Hanson, R. Becknian. Third R»KV G.Mueller, J. Burt, J. H, Smith, D. H. Lenicheck, R. J. Szvmanski, D. N. Ware, E. Feirtag, R. C. Schmidt, M. F. Momsen, R. C. Walker, H. P. Zupkc. Fourth Row: T. C. Shen, H. R. Ahrens, ' R. E. Schwaan, R. ]. Nickles, R. C. Mvers, P. J. McKinzie, C. F. Anderson, T. O. Haas, R. Wilke, M. C. Burrows, P. C. Radlund, N. O. Picha, D. F. Pomasi. Tri house Tophatter formal and banquet foremost in Faville and a notable campus event; outstanding parties coordinated by social chairman J. Hetzer; talent and teamwork in Faville ' s athletes as R. Buerger coached them on to victory; wallets emptied hv the relentless secretary-treasurer M. Burrows. Competent leadership exhibited by V. McCarville, president and R. Cameron, housefellow. PUBLIC RELATIONS Fmt Row (1. to r.); G. Magdech, C. Poad, R. Schmeling, R. Tushaus. Sicond Ro L. Peters (advisor . L Hrinkman, ]. Murphv, C. Koeble. Faville House 282 First Row (I. to r.): T. Pinnev, R. Rehberg, O. Jacobsen, D, A. Stoizman, J. J. Searle, E. Hugdahl, R. Krahnke, J. Humbert, N. Harris, P. E. Koslowskv. Secorid Row: D. Olson, E. Busse, W. Schwantes, G. Belz, M. Gary, R. O. Weisman, D. Baver, A. Nelson, J. R. Verduin, S. Blum, D. Domrose. Third Row: W. Stcnavich, R. Schalow, L. Foxwell, N. Wood, F. X. Shcllman, J. Derusha, D. Misselhorn, J. Menke, R. Holvenstot, H. Afdahl, J. A. Mullendorc, K. Diethman. fourth Row: R. Paul, A Thate, R. Haasc, W. Krichn, R. Yatzeck, J. McCuliy, H. Mahan, R. Weber, P. Crump, J. Meier, C. Kust, R. G. VanCaster, C. Kimpfbeck. Along with rhc traditional social and athletic program. La Follettc had men active on campus. They included R. Weber, basketball; G. Ronsholdt, " Octv " executive; E. Hugdahl, M.H.A. Chorus director; and J. J. Searle, student government and politics. Another feature was the reactivation of the " Third Floor Rounders. " House officers were: J. J. Searle, president; K. Diethman, vice-president; M. Carv, social chairman. CENTRAL SOCIAL First R«« ' (l. to r.): D. Shoenbaum, D. Desens. H. Boreiko (chairman), . . Hubbard, R. MuUer. StcondRow: ' ? . Espe, D. Faber, D. Thusius.J. Vollutz, M. LaPlant. H. Meyer, T. Haugen, D. Caldwell. La Follette House 283 m F,r,i R„u I tor ■ R WnllsJiki;.,, R k kouski.R R.d.r, O Hurlini;, k lUahus, R Kiinh.ill.W Cilh.ini, S U-niLk, llC.ilJ.iit StcondKow.T. Voight, W. Snnhu,i;u, 1, Thicic, ]. Boic, |. Sorgc, H. Rashach, R. Lvon, R. PcClts, D. Mann, G. Drcwrv. T ml Row: B. Marggraf, R. Gcrlach, G. WKjni.inn. V. Schwcrin, K. Buchanan, W. Hcnkcl, D. Kazanjian, F, Clotlmr, G. Suhr, E. Potts. Fourth Row: T. Clay, J. Saalsaa,J. Schmutzlci , W. Easton, J. Jacohbon, O, Fink, K. Swcrtfcgtr, W. Thurow, L. Larson, B, Stochr, A. Hariilin, D. Coleman. First Row (1. to r.) J Adsit, W. Molinc, R. Hcnncssv, D, Hoff, G. Wagner, E. Peters, J. Ames, R. Badcr, M. Miiajama, J. Janis, R. White. Siconil Row: C. Starr, R. Allison, B. Bcrgum, R. Clark, P. Piittkammcr, A. Fiedler, E ' Hattori, C. Hughes, W. Jacobsen, G. Barich. Third Row: R. Hertlein, J. Licen, H. Green, R. Landwchr, ,|. Smith, G. Margworth, J. Amundson, L. Leifer, F. Pliickhan, J. York, W. Dolson. Fourth Row: ]. Kummer, D. Rcinkc, L. Wragg, M. Leistickovv, E. Schleg, P. Doering, K. Knowles, |. Dovle, R. Simenz, G. Schmidt, T. Liieders. Noyes House ATHLETICS First Row (I. to r T. Brumm, H. Baar, | Shampo, J. Ames. Snoml Row: F. Putzier, E- Luhn, H. ' Lcx, K. Jcffrcv, J. Stcphani, D. Nel- son, P. Krocning. A srai parrv to welcome rwcnrv-six new men to Noyes House opened a highly successful social program, which included house parties, exchange dinners and the Spring picnic, and was climaxed by " Tri-House " formal and the traditional farewell banquet. In addition, the men of Noyes were well represented on the athletic field and in campus activities. Officers were; L. Barchus, president; E. Kazanjian, vice-president; B. Stoehr, social chairman; K. Buchanan, treasurer; and R. Peters, secretary. The 33 new students who joined the ranks of Ochsner men took over in the best Tiger tradition. Social activities began with a house party October 10 and saw the Tigers square dancing to the calling of R. Bader. The high point of the fall semester was the winning of the Adam.s Hall football championship. House officers were: E, Peters, president; W. Jacohsen, vice-president; C. Starr, social chairman, B. Bergum, secretary-treasurer. DOWN CAMPUS First Row (I. to r.): J. Callahan, J. Binning, R. Wcsncr, S. Kulakow, V. Larsen. SrconJ Row: G. Magdcch, D. Wipperman, D. Wicsmcr, N. Johnson, G. Knop. Ochsner House First Row (I. to r.): J- Libby, B. Schmidt, B. Catlin, D. Wipperman, J. Daffcr, R. Sieger, J. Lepp, A. Tamayo, H. Hinterthaur. Second Row: P. Hoffman, C. Koeble, P. Angelbeck, G. Paulson, W. Barthel, E. Meave, J. Levy, B. Brandel, J. Leverenz, S. Woller. Tiird Row: R. Herman, K. Koepplcr, E. La Plant, ]. Jacob, B. Briggs, D. Faber, E. Christiansen, ]. Able, ). Tanner, R. Alberts, E. Zavrl, L. Baertsch. Fourth Row J. GroessI, P. Putra, C. Roszkowski, A. Schuster, T, Rhyner, W. Molnar ' , T. Tho ' mscn, E. Buchholz, F. Barthenhcicr, J. Price, N. Pophal. Richardson ' s only " Detour " this year was a huge success, winning second phicc in MHA Homecoming displays. Our second annual New Year ' s Eve party on November 9 was the most successful party ever held by Richardson House. Many of our men were also active on MHA committees. Officers were: D. Wippermann, president; L. Baertsch, social chairman; C. Koeble, secretary, J. GroessI, treasurer. Richardson House AWARDS First Row (1. to r.): N. Pophal, D. Gardner, E. Treihel, I, OTi.nnrM 286 FinrRouK.1. tur. .E. Sultzc, R. MujjuLsuii, H. Yin, H. L.x. L. P tui, K.JclLiv, |. Rush, K, Cois, J. SlaJktv. Second Kow: G. Kopfhammtr, R. Schrinncr, V. Hilarov, E. Suhm, D. Hansen, N. Buchholz, D. Nelson, W. Daugird, D. Owen, R. Dchnc, D. Sorcnsen. Third Rou:- C. Ruck, J. Johnson, J. Kort, W. Palccn, |. Becker, D. Richardson, W. Nack, R. Gump, R. Speck, ]. Knokc, ]. Sccphani. Fourth Row: R. Alcxandri, T. Kitzc, J. Dcgtn, J. Morrison, R. Badura, R. Smith, A. Deukcrt, D. Cockfield, G. Meyers, N. Axnick. Want some action? See the " Saints, " Campus Carnival, Tournament of Song, Humorology and painting the Southside Community Center. These are some of their accomplishments. Fine house parties, good athletic teams, and the fastest chug-a-lug team on campus round out the list of Siebecker activities. House officers are: H, Lex, president; L. Hilden, vice-president; D. Nelson, treasurer; W. Paleen and D. Owen, social co-chairmen. COMMONS First Row (I. to r.): J- Peterson, T. Pinney, B. Schlackhtenhaufen, A. Denkerr, H. Hillcman. Second Row T. Wenck, P. Kroening, B. Franz, J. VoUetz, J. Sharapo, H. Fischer. Siebecker House 287 iRf : %(j .n 4: ' " " ■wr:- ? ' k-.-- «- i ' Mel rta se S ;i - First R n I tor R KiDl.in R Ccincn u , H Ts.ui, A Ehict, W WVhsur, L KKrt, | Colla, R, Ebcrhardt, G KutJiir.!, R Sh.illu, ), Rilev, W. Bachhiiber. Second Row: P. Mocllcr, D. Beadle, W. Wonnie, C. Bartdt, H, Hafs ' .J. MacRac, W. Tavlor, P. Sprcchcr, J. Christoffe ' l, L. Reiser, V. Grady, E. Dutton. T jinl Row: R. Aagaard, K. Siegesmund, D. Salan, R. Sielaff, R. Treichel, P. Szarcmcta, E. Brinkman, D. Krueger, M. Liethen, P. Mantey, E. Lim, R. Schickel, F. Leysieffer, G. Jentz. FotirtJi Row: L. Coulson, R. Webster, R. Scharschmidt, D. Hanson, R. Russett, L. Hight, R. Fix, H. Meyer, R. Hickson, T. Montgomery, D. Schuraaker, J. Volletz. Pint Row 0- tor.): G.Johnson, R. Falk, C. Poad, D. DeLong, A. Hopp, P. Stivers, R. Somsen, C. Maier. SecoiiJ Row: S. Fcidman, S. Schocn- enberger, A. Frenz, P. Bennett, A. Borsecnik, R. Reif, V. Wada. ThmlRow: R. Svnnes, T. Gautsch, F. Sanderson, J. Branishreiber. D. Price, E. Triebel, G. Saunders Fmirth Row N |ohnson, E Marcus, R. Fowler, K Kcllv, W, Schreiner, D. Snoevenbos. Tarrent House EDUCATION AND SCHOLARSHIP FirttRou ' J tor.;:;K. Dicthman. C Ecklcs, B Barrington, H. Ziclc, R. Mcvis, T McGregor Secotiii Kow: L. Brinkman, C. Bartclt, L. Ebert, R. Bunge, S. Wollcr, W. Davidson, J. Knakt-, K. Jones, K. Gross. Gas and zombies do nor mix, indecent exposures got hovs in a fix; the bahv how 1 we got was Spooner ' s, and the H-T harbored Tarrent ' s crooners. Dead rabbits and tooth powder were the fashion, in den card phiving some met ruinatit)n, others were claimed by inehriatic:)n. Officers were: W. Webster, president; H. Hafs, vice-president; E. Dutton, treasurer; P. Mantev, secretary. Winslow, the smallest house in Adams Hall, took no back seat in dorm activities. The " Mighty Mites " were prominent in football, basketball, bowling and baseball. Among our housemates we numbered M.H.A. Presi- dent C. Maicr and three other cabinet members, and W. Wada H.P.C. Pres- ident. Our officers were: D. DcLong, president and D. Snoeyenbos, secretary- treasurer. e- :s - X SPECTATOR Edited by Jim Van Eimcrcn, the " Spectator impressed everyone so that when it missed an issue people asked about it. George Ronsholdt. cartoonist, shows Ken Eichenbaum, assistant editor, the latest. Erling Thoreson is managing editor. Winslow House First Row (I. to r.): M. Rohr, H. Chalerian, N. Amend, D. Desens, C.Johnson, W. Wiberg, L. Godson, R. Versclure, R. Larson, R. Pctrusclc, B. Hcilman, A. Mikaclian, D. Fayram, G. Goldsmith. Second Kow: W. Pasciak, J. Kcochekian, P. Bagdassian, B. Ableman, T. Michlcr, R. Anderson, A. Mills, W. Gresenz, L. Bcrgcrson, H. Brenneisen, R. Buyan, R. Schmeling, W. Wiegel, M. Levinc, W. Wachs, W. Kneger. Third Row: D. Klein, L. Strommcn, K. Grill, R. Crago.T. Dutton, D. Ruchlman, j. Pope, j. Frost, G. Kupferschmid, R. Gottschalk, R. Nelson, J. Thompson, J. Hanson, A. Grady, P. John, D. Schmidt, C Eckels. Fourth Row: J. Keating, D. McGaragle, E. Bciitler, J. French, A. Schaefer, E. Laine,J. Penningroth, G. Wuhrman, C, Balian, B. Gcllman, P. Morrow, R. Tciimer, T. Pittelman, J, Hoogcrheide, F, Mar- shall, D. Seaborg, H. Simonsen, T. Simonsen, J. Spears, J. Heinsohn. The Chamberlin " Cobras " coiled themselves and struck forward once again in sports, scholarship, and social activities. What really swelled our heads and gave us a united house spirit was our social season which included the " stage, " Hallowe ' en party, Homecoming party, and early New Year ' s Eve party. House officers were: Andrew Mikaelian, president and Larry Godson, treasurer. EQUIPMENT AND MAINTENANCE Firit Row (I. to r.): B. llcilrnan, V. Robertson, J. McGinnii Heeman, N. A.vnick, N. lohiison. Chamberlin House 290 First Row (1. to r.): D. Honold, P. Davies, G. W orschcck, R. Hailcr, R. Fnednch, R. Neubauer, D. Fraser, R. Hirsch. A. McCourt, T. Dorn, R. Weimar, D. McGowan, J. Lucht, D. Peachey, K. Hilgcndorf, B. Davidson, A. Goldberg. Sicotid Kow: G. Hoppe, J. Marquardt, L. Schoen- ing, G. Wicker, W. Scapel, F. Nick, L. Robinson, F. Russ, E. Thies, J. Williams, T. Schneider, C. Nielson, C. Engels, G. Witt, R. Kaufman, D. Wickesberg. Third Kow: R. Friedman, B. Kramer, P. Goes, J. Jcntz, T. Fisher, D. Belzcr, L. Grinker, G. Peck, C. Schmidt, D. Huechle, K. Smith, R. Leisses, K. Schmidt, R Cotter, E. Buhman, J. Adams, J. Schweninger, K. Godre . Fourth Row: R. Langer, G. Edges, L. Dassow, B. McGowan, H. Jorns, R. Bond, |. Hrubeckv, D. Ritter, M. Holman, J. Jensen, C. Josvanger, R. Fenske, H. Zick, G. Zavadil, R. Genke, H Hubert, H. McLean, R. Hoenisch, D. Kondert. The hiifhlighr of Conover ' s activities this vear was in taking the three first places for our homecoming display. Socially, the ' Kings of Conover " had a listening party, exchange dinners, and several house parties including a terrific pirate party. Athletes: Jerry Witt, Harland Carl, Mark Hoegh, in football; Rollin Cooper, crew; and Roger Hirsch, the " " Cvrano " of the fencing team. Officers were: Rollin Cooper, president; Keith Smith, vice-president- secretary; and Jim Jenrz, treasurer. HLM COMMITTEE Firsr Row (1. to r.): D. Mitchell, N. Feige. T. Pinncv. Second Ro Graebel, C. Bartelt, D. Stolzman, D Ros . R. Espc, B. Conover House 291 v ir tirst How l. zor.j-.J. tlk-rt, . Turk. K. Sttr no, R. Pllug, G. Gucr, D. Murcon, R. Spcro, M. bnnkiiuii, D. NkCov, A. Been, R. O 13rn.n, F. Sappington, N. ScholbcJ. Gwidt, D. Kniith, J. Wiley, N. Katz. SicondRm:]. Schvvind, J. Hoffman, W. Douglas, R. Mergy, K. Brulcy, D. Wcishaar, W. Graebcl, W. [akcl, D, Dautcrnian, R. Higgcns, V. Davidson, K. Strutz, C. Turner, W. Nicolaus, A. Alexander, A. Rein- hold. Third Row: D. Thut, F. ' Zoerb, A. Walch, G. Reinhold, T. Derse, E. Gruncr, T. Eggers, D. Boelter, W. Garens, D. Schneider, N. Peterson, W. Schneider, D. Wicker, R. Dance, D. Casser, R. Morton, J. Bizer. Fourth Row: D. Brown, N. Knutson, D. Toft, T. Wiley, R. Steinwand, F. Moegenburg, L. Luedke, R. Evans, D. Ursin, G. Bark, J. Christensen, R. Detcrvillc, J. Downs, C. Martens, A. Methenitis, J. Sorauf, V. Hohn, T. Murphy. First Row (I. to r.): R. Muller, R. Hanire, V. Larson, |. Kulahl, G. Doepke, A. Anderson, B. Perenchio, R. Green, D. Wcstring, L. Maletz, R. Farnum, E. Smith, D. Gerhart, Z. Matoltsy, J. McAloon. Second Row: V. Schultz, R. Cumiskev, R. Ferraro, B. Boyle, J. Rehman, R Wood, R. Martin, F. Anderson, J. Aibritton, C. Bingman, R. Cook, H. Plotkin, W. Barney, N. Christofferson, E. Maeder, H. Shovers Third Row: R. Miller, J. Gantc, E.Johnson, D. Hansen, F. Kolackc, W. Drews, C. Thcdens, E. Young, J. Mason, R. Walkoe, D. Mever W. Ralph, G. Hanson, J. Luehring, R. Wesner, R Jewel. Fourth Row: G. Blum, C Dahike, W. Noel, F. Palen, D. Dietmcvcr, A. Schumann P. Shovers. Gilman House CAMERA CLUB Camera shutters weren ' t the only ones blinking on portrait night as the new club members took pictures of the models. They learned a new angle to this photography business. Left to right .m B. Gresenz, G. Giles, A. Mills, J. Spears, K. Grill, D. Desens. .). Laneville, president, is not present. With memories of the winning homecoming display of 1950 and the Dorm Duke crowning of 1951, the Mighty Men of Gilman started off the new school year with a September " New Year ' s Eve Party. " Other highlights of the year included a get-together with Delta Tau Delta fraternity; our backside ' s win- ning of the divisional crown for football; and the traditional house banquet. Officers were: Boh O ' Brien, president; Don Casser, secretary; Don Thut, treasurer. Jones House may be way out in the wilds but it ' s still the best place to live. Once again Jones has lived up to its party reputation. A top-notch den speakers program was presented and adding up athletics and other house events the result was an A-1 Jones House. Officers were: Bernie Perenchio, president; John Hughes, vice-president; Dick Muller, secretarv-treasurer. JUDICIAL Fint Row (1- to r. ) N. Kvalheim, R. Carter, G- Torgerson, H, Russell, G. Groenke, F. Molgenburg. G. Jeniz. Jones House First Row (1. to r.): J. Been, L. jahns, S. Kulakow, D. Rumpel, L. Sable, G. Rosen, T. Jamieson, Oswald, J. Barron, W. Kirschner, W. Schwartz, L. Alfery, R. Heisc, R. Schumacher. Second Row: D. jochman, R. Carson, M. Black, R. Scott, J. Pontius, D. Hix, D. Zautcke, K. Eichenbaum, K. Kiesow, P. Schmitt, J. Wcdcl, C. Brockman, W. Gilles, F. Eichenbaum. Third Row: S. Darling, J. Bartholomew, T. Sholts, W. Scritsmicr, R. Livmgston, E. Hipke, H. Allmaras, R. Trzesniewski, B. Stanlv, F. Hart, J. Davics, W. Berg, R. Bierman, J. Christoph, G. Brown, R. Schwartzbeck, S. Trecroci, W. Sobol. Fourth Row: P. Erickson, R. Mundt, L. Schulz, W. Tang, E. Hegna, A. Lehahn, R. Oaburn, E. Privoznik, R. Hoskin, M. Friehert, H. Schwcikart, H. Drunmeier, W. LLnike, W. Brandt, R. DeHart, S. Hopkins, R. Bradk, K. Gross. Hail ro Mack — where all good trophies come to rest. Our overloaded shelves this year made room for the Supremacy Cup. All Dorm Singing Championship, and the Wisconsin-Minnesota foothali cup. Parries also reached an all time high under the able direction of R. Heise. Officers were: J. Barron, president; E. Privoznic, vice-president; H. Brun- meier, social chairman; and R. Scott, treasurer. LIBRARY Fint Row (!. to r.): |. Lcpp, T. Thomson, K. Gross, A. Weiss, H. Hillcmann. Sramd Row: R. DeHart, R. Ozburn, |. Moldenhauer, O. Stcrtz. Mack House 294 I-irjr E.ou ' J. to r. ,.S. Kasho , M. StrtKh, R. Ka tgllIll.l, C Yu, A, Miller, G, Johnson, E. Chrostowski, R. Barich, L. Janson, C. Samuelson, M. Walsh, R. Bertelson, A. Koshak, G. Urton, W. Updike, P. Pearsall,J. Baitikis. Second Row: R. Sturm, N. Fischer, A. Kinkel, F. Novak, A. Kulakovv, J. Thomas, R. Zingler, B. Slegg, H. Zimmerman, W. Smith, D. Schneider, T. Kancshiro, G. C. Hoffmann, C. Steven. Titrii Row K. Mueller, D. Wojczak, D. Kortebein, E. Holz, R. Swenson, R. Luedtke, R. Schlachtcnhaufen, D. Prusak, R. Andrus, D. Schroeder, R. Leskie, J. Pick. D. Bailev, C. Ardelt. j. Platner,,]. Mason, S. Smith, D. Trocke. Fourth Row.T. Wilcox, G. Zywickc, D. Huebncr, W. Black, C. Man ' delert, T. Brown, E. Hasselriis, G. Johnson, A. Stroud, H. Miller, D. Lawrence, R. Curtis, R. Bunger, L. Walsh, F. Hunt, D. Ed- wards, D. Jones, P. Langer. ' %u w Those " Scxv Bovs " ! have done it again. Showerman is still the hub of dorm aiistoeiacN ' . Showernian ' s alumni flocked " home " to help make our Homecoming dance the biggest in dorm annals. The " men " flexed their muscles to the tune of brilliant records in football, basketball, bowling, volleyball, and baseball. Officers were: L. Janson, president; A. Kinkel, vice-president, R. Leslie and P. Langer, social chairmen. MENS HALLS-LOANS First Row( . to r.): J. Halfertv, J. Jockem, ). Daffer. Sao ,:i Row: K, leilcrv, V ill Dundas. Showerman House 295 I yW F,rsr Rou J to r , R Gr,u(r, P, Komtop, J. F.issic, A. Moglowskv, F Krnll, D, Davus Ftllou;, W. Brcnzd, R. Lcuatkc, C. Skinner, M. Frascr, C. Gruetzmacher, D. Hollister, R. Kasscl, W. Jinkowic, R. Cope, W. Tavior. Sicotid Row: G. Tcsch,J. Mcvcr, R. Moll, H. Hart, M. Klcinmann, E. Sallandcr, ,]. Ferris, J. Weihaupt, G. Habich, J, Shogren, F. Larsen, D. Hcrold, A. Pirhofer, A .Wevccr, K. Willis, G. Long. Third Rou: ]. Binning, M. Madaghian, D. Kiosclf, D. Kramer, D. Tee, j. Tanko, W. Throndson, L. Grant, G. Witcrak, B. Hapke, C. Halvcrson, H. Lemke, J. Halferty, H. Bennett. Fourth Row: E. Geiorge, H. Kanccki, R. Blonigren, W. Rathcrt, C. Kortier, J. McManus, R. Meyer, I. Senior, L.Johnson, D. Rasmussen, A. Leipold, D. Dittmar, D. Winters, G. Svoboda, R. Bartr, W. Janovetz, E. Schclonka. First Row (1. to r.): M. Gelenian, E. Kristoferson, D. Arndt, C. Kuehn, D. Kiwkel, A. Bowers, H. Yu, G. Groenke, H. Fischer, R. Janus, J. Norwich!, J. Kessler, W. Cjien, J. Shurtleff, B. Beck, J. Barker, C. Coleman. J. Burr. Second Row: M. Tessner, R. Shern, W. Jost, D. Kuehl, D. Meyer, J. Goeltzer, R. Lee, N. Namagiri, D. Mitchell, R. Hinds, W. Doering, G. Knop, G. Kaasa, R. Espe, R, Schallcr, D. Linsav, J. Cain. Third Row:T. Wallen, F. BichI, R. R. Meyer, J. Bossart, L. Stueber, R. Anderson, R. Forwark, R. Stebbens, R. O ' Learv, P. Hoffman, K. Ryan, R. Lane, A. Cadden, W. Rahr, J. Pleier, W. Mulligan, T. Bassctt. Fourth Row: A. Hems, Gene Hintz, G. Porter, R. Heinek, D. Aschenbrenncr, R. Mills, V. Nelson, J. Stampp, L. Eiserv, J. Temp, J. Moldenhauer, N. Feige, D. Reif, G. Rasmussen. R. Hovland, D. Poss, R. Brekke, D. David, R. Collette, B. Wislinefsky, M. Hillery. Swenson House S iupiison BARBELL CLUB Grunts, groans, and clanking metal sounds coming from the numerous ambitious cluh members as they feel the strain placed upon unused muscles. Here are a few of the bleep builders. September 1951, saw fortv-thrcc new Swensonites helping to maintain the high esteem of Svvenson ' s social lite. " Club Norge " initiated the proceedings with " X ' ictor Borge " Hapke, and the Victory Chant " Oom Ya Ya " leading the way. Athletics, trophy-swipmg, activities, studying (?) — all found Swen- son men actively engaged. House officers were: B. Brenzel, president; J. Ferris, vice-president; L. Grant, secretary; A. Leipold and F. Larson, social chairmen. After our highly successful " Alumni Party, " two hundred people attend- ing, there was no doubt that Turner House spirit was still strong. This was again demonstrated when our homecoming display captured second place. Activein university functions were:J. Nowicki, Advertising Manager of the Cardinal, and G. Kaasa, Business Manager of " Octv. " Officers were: G. Groenke, president; j Shurtleffi, vice-president and secretary; D. Arndt, treasurer. FINANCE Fhn Row (I. to r. V L. Robinson, A. Adkir A. Rev, D. Mosher, A. Anderson. Second Ro L. Bergerson, D. Gellman, G. Meyers. Turner House .1; ' ii; olbr «■■••■• Ht M %4f •r.. h- ■; I V juv , tl, H .1 I I ,., ' V . .1 I f t-, ,,., I ,,, ,K, II " ti cn. Gavin House .i iJ. lii Birsi R,ow }. tor.j: T. flrumm, D. L(.vv,l ' D. Haas, J. Stucck.J. Ferns, G. Torgerson, A. Wtiss, J. Shanipo, H. Suttle, J. Os N. Mart, W. Newman, N. DcBvlc, |. Pomes, M. Yankin, E. Purtell, H. Siegfried, T. Brvan, H. Hillemann, J. Hoerres. Th. J. Gray, F. Hagedorn, H. Nicholls, W. Hucgel, W. Rice, [. Rozek, R. Mcvis, T. Haugen, J. Hanson. Fourth Rrav W. Wo D. Hanson, W. Wulff, H. Wocrner, H. Hasselkiis, R. Johnson,]. Erbie, R. Lodinski, D. Hotton, D. Vinton. J. Shampo, H. Suttle, J. Ostrander. Second Ro ' ird Kow: ]. Sullivan, Wolfhiei, C. Wicckert, ton. First Row (1. to r.): C. Richards, D. Wiest, E. Mathews, F. Bilkovich, V. Rotzell, E. Levine, housefellow; B. Mathews, J. Dobrushkin. Second Rou:- ]. Jansen, N. Olson, R. Gilbert, W. Langcr, P. Mallow, J. Jambura, [. Memberg, ). Young, J. Melzer. Third Row. ] . Troller, D. Wolters, F. Callies, C. Hartleb, R. Blust, G. Schwandncr, ]. Knaak, ]. Stentz, B. ' Polster. Fourth Row: R. Klockow, R. Rodewald, S. Mallin, V Wett-, L. Huliek, E, Th.iringer, W. Held, J. Hoanen, M. Schroe ' ter, M. Chapman, M. Peltin. Goldberg House r ALUMNI COMMITTEE First Row (J. to r.,: K. [ono, D. Darr, D DcLong, D. Ricck. Snomi Ron: B. Hildcbrandr, R. Cherkask ' , K. Gross, D. Palccn, M. Lcvinc- The Tuesday night speakers; our gallant " de-emphasized " football team; the all-powerful bowling team; a short black-out after the " blood " visit to the Red Cross; " Baraboo via Ferry " ; the beer and songs issuing from the " H. T. " — this was Goldberg of 1952: a center of culture and learning with men who know how to relax. Officers were: G. Torgerson, president; T. Brumm, social chairman; H. Suttle, secretarv, K. Wieckert, treasurer. M S 1 ... 1 C ivil war raged once more between the Dixiecrats and the Damnvankees of Luedkc during the 51-52 school year. Spirit, cooperation and brotherhood were the direct results. Social activities reached their peak under C. Richards. Sports were popular and the two political forces joined together to rank high in the intramural standings. Officers of the aggregation were: B. Mathews, president; N. Olson, vice- president;J. Stentz, secretary. P. RTY ROOM Time for fun! This scene from a New Year ' s Eve party shows that we took time out to relax, too. The girl on the right seems to be wondering whether she ' s looking at a hat or a unicorn. Luedke House i-irst Kow i. tor. iO. Holm-Hanscn, D. WcnaorllJ. iVkkiiinon, P. Noniaa , P. Crown, G. Kiiuascn, J. Ludwrg, J. Hi.rkc,.|. Calbghcr, N. Cvwinski, R. Aadland. S icon J Row: V. Carlson, ]. Christoph, A. Schmidlcv, E. Knocchtl, T. Koppcnal, R. Knox, D. Stupck, E. Rcutcr, L. Block, J. Richardson. Third Row: D. Wold, R. jahn, R. Ginsberg. C. Jowctt. K Remold, F. Hammcrlv, D Bauniblatt, ]. Bokras, G. Bittl, R. Hccman, P. Wruk, H. Sicwcrt. fourth Row: D. Kramer, R. Lah ' r, J. Imig, V. Trickel, E. Pint, E Schuliz, R Nis ' ke, P. Leach, B. Hable, L. Gordon, A. Campcll, J. Ebcrt, G. Laedtkc. W ' irh athletic and academic fortunes reaching new heights, Bashford cnjoved one of its most successful years. Brawn won the Tripp Hall Cham- pionship while brains contributed their share of three point students. To- gether, they made the Bashford Basil known on campus. The social season included a Halloween costume party, the Christmas Kiddie Party for a local orphanage, and ended brillianth with the tradi- tional Senior Banquet. House officers were: P. Ginsberg, president; G. Laedrke, ice-prcsident ; and J. Christoph, secretary-treasurer. MHA BUSINESS OFFICE House accounts get an efficient going-over bv A. Adkins, busi assistant, R. Mcvis. The business ollice handles party room s .iildii v v tirnv, -hhI most iniportani ol all, the money. Bashford House ncss managi jheduling, t r ,and his he public 302 hint kirw 1. tu I.J. • . Wain, M. Kifiuar, «.. Timnjcl, £. Stilcck, H, Lovcll, F. Powcii, f. Cuivcr, »v . Zaiaa, L. brinicman, H. Willt , K. Tomita. Stcond Rmti: R. Gitter, E. Hcimstrtct, W. Strombcck, L. O jnncll, T. Olscn, J. Follcnsbcc, R. Wilsnack, L. Gctzin, R. Kroening, R. Traver, D. Stiby, J. Kitch. Third Rim: E. Rockstaa, R. Ohvall, B. Schwartz, H. Balaban, S. Austin, E. Bullard, F. Joscphson, C. Miller, E. Neitzel, J. Ncsbiti, G. Spears. Fourth Row: R. Lindholm, J. Zicic, D. Flaadcrs, D. Elliott, A. Klokocr, E. Heiiu, M. Cwavna, H. Dutcher, R. Cable, D. Grady, R. Peterson. We ' ve had men in dorm and campus activities, we ' ve won our share of trophies, and we ' re proud of it! The biggest thing we ' ve done, however, is to learn to live together; to exchange ideas and ideals which have helped to make the Botkin Bulldogs a group of distinctive and mature individuals. House officers were: H. Lovell, president; E. Selleck, treasurer; R. Timmel, social chairman; F. Powell, housefellow. PINE ROOM— MHA The dorms counterpart to Duffy ' s Tavern " where the elite meet to eat. " Many of the dormitory activities arc discussed over a cup of coffee here, and occasionallv Botkin House 303 k ♦ ■ - tr v 11 lA m Firsi Raw (I. to r.): T. Gcrgen, C. Groscnick, W, Cast, G. Pohlmann, J. Pctrcvf, D. Pollock, R. Tushaus, J. Murplu . i ,,.«, K " » J N isi.n, T. Wilkinson, S. Sniadajewski, J. Meier, F. Kroni, R. Kcrstcin, D. Burgoync, W. Kuntz, D. Massen. Third Row A. Kluge, D. Bradley, H. Williams, R. Piehl, R. Hasse, H. Vernon, C. Mcrow, L, Gunderson, J. Peterson, D. Thusius, A. Iverson. Fourth Row: ]. Mulhern, J. Balis, J. Harden, C. Schultz, M. Putzier, J. Bartingale, N. Kvalheim, T. Tre:chel, N. Levvinskv, A. Busacker, R. T. Gustafson, L. Tuttle. Not present.- D. Bailey, R. Carter, R. Grouse, C. Roberts, Y. Sawatari, J. Snyder, G. Wempner. FJrjt Row (1. to r.): J- Karth, G. Langebeck, L. Brazale, A. Jensen, B. Ninabuck, D. Bearder, B. Hildebrandt, D. Werner, F. Bounia, S. Thorp, H. Ingclsc. Second Row: D. Fickau, D. Jameson, J. Mclntyre, H. Murray, K. Kiekroeger, J. Ricff, D. Loos, J. Hartz, D. Sherwood, C. DeSoto. Third Raw: R. Kershek, S. Kripncr, T. Chalklev, E. Quandt, J. Heimerl, B. Harrington, R. Roeske, E. Yaillen, R. Marquardt, P. Keen, B. Duff. Fourth Row: B. Meissner, H. Burdick, G. Kaufman, L. Weisner, K. Kav, C. Wittkop, H. Jacobs, J. Rule, J. Meubauer, E. Flvnn, W. DeBlaise, L. Olson. Fallows House MHA LIBRARY Offering classical records, current magazines, shelves of fiction and academic hooks, plus a file of old examinations; the library was the eager beavers " refuge from noise. Sporting the highest grade point of any organized living unit, the men of FaUows plunged into an expanded social schedule opening with " Falloween Frolics. " Great house spirit was expended toward constructing a clever homecoming display which rated high among the exhibits. Officers were: Dick Carter, president; Bill Gast, secretary; Harrv Vernon, treasurer; and Dick Tushaus and Dex Thusius, co-social chairmen. Frankenhurgcr started the year out on the right foot by regaining the hop- scotch championship from the girls in Unit 4 of Liz Waters. J. Rieff was our petite nomination for " Miss Haresfoot. " Social life was featured by parties with G. Langebeck, German student and house musician, as chief entertainment. House officers were: D.Jameson, vice-president; E. Quandt, social chairman; and D. Bruch, treasurer. MHA STORE Almost every Halls member stops in Mack house basement for magazines, candy, cigar- ettes, school supplies, or any of the numerous other articles stocked. But it ' s a sorry sighr, that " We ' re outa dough " sign, when all ou have is a check. Frankenburger House First Raw (I. tor.):E. Erickson, J. Killian, D. Stephenson, P. Kintis, C. Primeau, D. Palmetier, J. McGinnis, H. Boreiko, E. Reich, j Chcskv Second Row; E. Zdanko, W. Beaitie, D. Magnin, J. Anderson, D. Bover, W. Robertson, J. Wockenfuss, C. Eggert, J. McClcllan. Thini Row D. Schoembaum, G. Rosenmeier, R. Dance, R. V ' ita, R. Smith, P. Ricnier, R. Hadinger, S. Holie, R. Rothe Foi,rrh Row. D. Dower, R Hafc meister, E. Dvewel, F. Koehler, E. Jagodzinski, K. McConaghy, E. Thoresen, W. Bruhn, G. Fadden, D. ' ogt This vcar Grcgorv House once again flourished in football prowess, and brought back the high standing it held in previous years as a house that rated high in sports. Numerous parties throughout the year rounded out the social life, while scholastic standards again ranked high. House officers for the year were: J. McGinnis, president; J. Wockenfuss, social chairman; B. Pfleger, treasurer; W. Bruhn. Gregory House 306 WORKSHOP— MHA A man ' s home shop dream with plenty of power equipment. Left to lit ht: V. Zaida, C. B.irtholt, D. Baver, and E. Selleck. First Row (1. to r.): F- Votava, W. Miller, O. Coleman, G. Spcich, R. Awe, D. Gardner, A. Cap, J. Kaiser, G. Ische, R. Ernst. Srcond Ron:- R. Frischman, H. Bigallc, B. Murray, J. Votava, J. Garner, W. LaCourt, J. Lathrop, S. Staniszewski. Third Row: A. Maruszevvski, D. Ruedy, D. Guttman, J. Cleave, R. Pusch, P. Rabcnhorst, R. Neuman. j. Jochem. Fourth Row: P. Hermann, R. Stephan, R. Niere, H. Young, J. Perry, J. Mead, J. Verage, W. Dundas, G. Sansburn, R.Johnson. The traditions of High House again ruled most ot its activities. The annual Dad ' s Day open house and the house partv staged entirely hv the new men were two of the outstanding functions. Though scholarship was not ignored, extra-curricular activities did reign supreme and all the men made the most of their spare time. Officers were: R. Awe, president; R. Neuman, vice-president; W. Dundas, secretarv; j. Jochem, treasurer; R. Ernst, social chairman. RADIO CLUB— MHA MH. Radio " Hams " culling the band for prospective receivers from our own station., WSGOC. High House 307 I-.;,.- R u J. tor. .L. Milkr, E. SicrLikropp, 0, Holni.m, T M.ith.i , 1. MHkr, R NkClcll.in. A. Eithlcr, M Umiic, G. Figgc, R Morlcv, S. Schilling. Seconii Row: K. Krcshcsk, ]. Tourvillc, E. Smith, J. Parrctte, R. Wittwcr, J. Dimmick, K. Ricck, D. Wilke, C. Holzmann, G. MagdcchJ. Burnett. Third Kow: P. Harris, W. Gtnthc, D. Coleman, D. Craig, F. Wilkcns, S. Makowski, D. Pack, R. Evans, R. Zylkc, S. Ingebritsen, M. Lemke. Fourth Kow: ]. Rvchlak, R. Johannmg, K. Foss, A. Walton, D. Ltartholomcw, C. Fischer, J. Dixon, G. Irving, H. Kaiser, D. Griesbach, P. Stacy, C. Holly. First Row (1. to r.): D. Wright, R. Douglas, K. Jones, G. Randall, R. Barg.ins, H. Russell. T. Scieszinski, S. Cantield, R. Holznun, F. Sears, R. Kalebic, D. Draheim, W. Remhard. Snond Rou: A. Hubbard, D. Holt, J. Waldron, D. Rath, R. Robotka, A. Reinhold, J, Callahan, R. Franz, R. Hirsch, J. Crawford, G. Wong, ). Van Einieren. Thinl Raw: G. Bartsch, |. ' an Lierde, D. Fellows, D. MacGregor, K. McLaughlin, R. Carr, R. Cadwell, D. Wagner, R. Doiiiek, R. Kaczanowski, R. Schuman. Fourth Row: A. Wcningcr, J. Mills, R. Jacobson, R. Potts, G. Bcthke, F. Putzier. D T.nkir. R Knicht. A M.irtui. O R.idke. G Mcrtins. G Petersen Spooner 0Wl$ Giiv Nineties Partv. H.ivint; won acclaim last vcar as winners of Humorology and the Tripp Hall ht) vlm league, Spooner gave indications that its new group would again do much toward making itself heard. Under the tutelage of housefellow Lvle Miller, the house produced more bridge players per square foot of den space than anv other institution on campus. OfHcers were: B. McClellan, president; J. Parett, treasurer; R. Zylke, social chaii-man. With Dick Bargans as President, Ken Jones as " ' ecp, " George Wong as Sec.-Treas., Al Hubbard as Social Chairman, Mike Putzier as Athletic Chair- man and through the efforts and cooperation of an outstanding group of residents ' ilas House is either proud or forced to rept)rt that: scholastically — " We got by, " socially — " Did we have some parties!! " and in athletics — " They had to he good to beat us!! " MH.- Photo Dark Roon Vilas House HOUSEFELLOW S MHA F,rsr Row { . to t. ' ): C. H.ilm, lK,iJklk)» , t, Giirda, advisor- R. Ernot, D. Eraser, B. Hul man, D. Stoizman, A. Hopp, G. Giles, " i ]amieson, A. R. Anderson, , . Weiss. Stun, J ' Row: L. Peters, ]. Ames, J. Batikis, L. Millu, E. Levine, H. Fischer, O. Holm-Hansen, | Petreve, H. Cameron, D. Palmatier, J. Dalle I Merkel, F. Powell, D. Gardner, D. Davk n Herrling, L. Ebert, H. Russell, W. HiM, br.indt, P. Been. CHORUS- MHA FmtR(,w{ . tor.):E. Hugdahl, R. Kasegum.i, W. Gast, J. Tourville, T. Dorn, R. Moll, K Lvon, R. knoll, L. Barchus, P. Stcffensen. K Clark, J. Pontius, D. Westring, |. Price, K Allison, E. DuHon. SaimJ Row: ' S. Faber, | Dimmick, P. Stivers, R. Rehherg, R. Biier i R. Ptleger, W. Nack, G. jcntz, .]. Smith, D Domrose, V. Larson, D. Selbv, P. Angelbec k T unl Row: S. Kashou, ]. Murphv, M ' Fra-u , W. Kriehn, |. Bloxdorf. ' D. Price, E. Privoziiik, 1- Mills, R. ' Haase, R. Cumiskev, L. Peters. | Volletz, D. Kortebein, J. Petreye. Fo;,rrh Row E. Quandt, C Brockman, J. Verdiiin, H. Ahrens, B. McGowen, P. Sprecher, C. Kii-c. K Kellv, J. Ebert, P. Crump, D. Gradv, R Yatzeek, [. McManus, R. Aadland, R. Genki DELTA EPSILON -MHA First Row (I. to r.): D. Han,sen, E. Beers, L Peters, L. Ziebell, L. Oleson, L. Mcinhardt, A. Dammen, D. Fricdiani. Sccoml Row: ]. Scaric, T. Bidwcll, A. Mever, W. Hildebrandt, T. Yclle, R. Sullivan, R. Gilbert, G. Gurda. Third Row: L. Stcighorst, T. Jamison, R. Har- nack, F. Hintz, D. Wittrv, G. Janke, F.John- son, D. DavK-s, A. Hubbard, ' D. Miller, J. Munscn, K. Eichcnbaum, D. Merriam, J. Jen- sen. Fourth Row: R. Anderson, D. Frazer, C. Maier, L. Miller, L. Halle, B. Hcilman, J. Merkel, C. Bvlsma, H. Borland, D. Lawrence, A.Schmidt, H.Russell. 310 f rfcRoK(l tor. " ::C. Ruclkt. | W ,ijii;[,i O Ki.uiiicr, R. Erdman. C Halada, T. Tibbitts. S cmJRou: F. Brown, R. Schaeffcr, K. Young, D. Hillman, R. Osborn, D. Jindr.i. C Hiih.r, l i Knipf, K. Bachnian, P. Tichcnor. G. Weiss. Third Kow: M. Rvdberg, D. Moore, L. Hanson, J. Tonkin, N. Schachcner, G. Meyer, J. Zchrcn. A. Janr. R. Bcckman, D. Peterson, H. Linse, W. Becker, ' R. Ambrose, M. Beckman, J. Birdsall, J. Falter, V. Sharrat. Babcock House Thirty-four men in the College of Agriculture are members of Bahcock House which was left by the late Dr. Stephen Moulton Bahcock. Annual social events include a freshmen initiation partv, a Christmas partv, and a spring semi-formal. Officers this year are: Carl Huber, president; De Wayne Hillman, secretary- treasurer; Gavin Weis, social chairman. Thirteen freshmen, seven with Ford scholarships, a sophomore, a lawyer, an engineer, and a physicist occupied the Racine House this past year. They introduced their dates to " Mom " Atkins at the Christmas and St. Pat ' s parties, and tramped to isolated areas for picnics during the spring. Officers were: Wavne Niemuth, president; Art Schumacher, social chairman. Racine House First Rou 1. to r. : J. Shultes, Y. Pilch, D. Skwire, R. Karlan. Sa-» u Kou: M. Sklar, A. Cromer, V. N ' lemuth, Mom " Atkins, A. Schu- macher, R. Malbin, K. Pursel. Third Rou:]. GoUev, W. Cords, E. Munk, J. Ghiselm, E. Gaido, A. Glav.in, G Ro..nhauer. ■w k H - ' Jijxfi i H » ;aBK liH ij B s ■ Ml Er r ' ' 1 J H H ' I B I ' H H i l ' u l ' % f: iiLLL " «coiis,N BAoeen ' " 5 m relatively .„„„ Rose Mary , °. " ' ' " ' socio and „ j ' " ' •l ' ' section editor ' " ' " ' ' ' ' " ' erest. Sororities Perpetual smiles and cocky hats start off sorority life with fall rush- ing. The climax of a busy week is pledging. Sororities, besides pro- viding social and cultural opportunities, contribute to the spirit and activities of the campus and the community. The Pan Hellenic Council is the ruling body of the sororities. tirsr Kow I. to r. : E, Dchbink, A. Bisscll, R Finn . ..««.; Km. S, Ip on, M. TrcbEkoch, M. jL-ffrR-s, C. Petrol, C. Wc-tcrlunJ, R, Bacr. Th Row: B. Smith, B. Stam, C. Hcndrichs, M. Schneider, S. Zerbach, M. Mclham, K. Cubiila, M. jonev Panhel Council Panhcllcnic association is the regulating bodv for all intcr-sorority matters. The purpose of this governing council is to further better rela- tions between the sororities, solve common problems, and co-ordinate the activities of the groups. Council projects included Panhel ball, an informal dance, whose pro- ceeds went into ten $100 scholarships awarded at Senior Swingout to outstanding Wisconsin women, " All-Sorority Night, " Greek Week, the IF-Panhel Big Ten Conference, and the sponsorship of a foreign girl stu- dent for a year ' s schooling at Wisconsin. Officers were: M. Jeffries, president; R. Baer, vice-president; C. Tetrol, secretarv; C. Wcsterlund, treasurer; Miss Grace Douma, assistant to the dean of women, advisor. 315 FintRowQ. tor.):C. Wuudkj.a. M Ebling. M. Otto, J. Wcnstadt, B, Radlof, M. Nelson, M. Mever, C. Forth, J. E. Mundt, J. T. Mundt. Sicom Row: I- Helms, A. Mavo, L. Zahour, S. Freudcnberg, G. Turner, R. Jung, L- Bakken, D. HolT, A. Battles, E. Koester, C. Urban. Thinl Rou: K. Singleton, ' ]. Larson, J. Koenekc, M. Dean, K. Kaiser, P. Laffev, B. McKee, BrBrunsell, H. Klingsporn, S. Norg, M. Schuhardt, J. Mallev, E. Hcftv, C. Malonc. Fourth Row: K. Seels, A. Gauger, P.Johnson, M. Mclham,J. Campbell, Mrs. Slemmons, B. Krueger, M. Ouwencel, M.Jeffries, B. Barton, B. Lail.J. Adams, B. Thatcher. Fifth Row: ]. McNearnev, B. Gresbach, S. McGreevev, ]. McLaughlin, C. McCartney, M. Hanson, J. Beamish, J. Moeser, J. Gillis, D. Rentschler, D. Holschuch, D. Schumm, N. Walkoe, K. Kersten, M. Bewitz, S. Hudson, R. Blackburn. ' ,y« Row: P. Bird, J. Hansen, J. Caldwell, P. Sp elbring, C. Martin, J. Crane, B. Bewitz, L. Ro|ahn, T Kannewurf, R. Brandt, J. Sitar, M. George, D. Regez, L. Gilham, J. Jones. Alpha Chi Omega Left to Right: J. Campbell, M. NeLson, H. Klingspoon, J. Moeser. Alpha Chi ' s helped welcome the freshmen this year through Bcttvc Lail and Molly Melham, co-chairmen of trcshnicn Orientation Week, and Marv Jeffries, Pan- Hellenic president. Campus and social activities, including our traditional Halloween serenade and Wiskits, helped to make this an eventful year. Our pledges were hostesses at " Gobble Gab, " an informal Thanksgiving party for all the sorority pledges on campus. Handknit argyle socks for our dates decorated the iireplace for the Christmas Formal. On the all-sorority party night, we gave our " Algae Island Party " with a South Sea Island theme. Officers were: Joyce Campbell, president; Marilyn Nel- son, hrst vice-president; Mary Jeffries, second vice-presi- dent; Bettve Lail, secretarv; Helen Klingsporn, treasurer. 316 From all over the U.S., Canada and Ccncial .Vnicnca caiiic members of AEPhi. Ir was oiiIn a hop into various accivirics, Union positions, Badi cr, Gamma Alpha Chi, Sigma Lambda, Coranto, and Student Board, j. Pollack was Chairman for Academic Affairs Commission and the Hoofer Riding Club. C. Aronson ' s sculpture entry won a spot in the Wisconsin Salon of Art; R. Alschulcr worked on Senior Council. The social season began with an open house for the pledges and was highlighted by the dinner dance. The serious side included monthly overseas Care packages, volunteers to Neighborhood house, and blood donations. Officers were: L. Seigal, dean; B. Mendelson, sub-dean; S. Fink, treasurer; L. Schwartz, scribe. Alpha Epsilon Phi Sirniii, I. to r. : L. Sicgal, dean; B. Mendel- son, sub-dean; L. Schwartz, secreiar) . Standing: S. Fink, treasurer; S. Baratz, house president. First Row (1. to r.): R. Czerner, H. Devorkin, S. Sinaiko, J. Paschen, C. Raffman, A. Hanen, C. . ronson. StcondKou:]. Kollman, L. Beniamin, R.Valk, D. Moss, .K. Tobias, M. Freund, E. Padnos, M. Grabin, E. Jacobson, R. Greenwald. Third Row: N. Revczen, P. Lefcowitz, B. Lipman, M. Schneider, L. Schwartz, Mrs -Anna Peck. L. Siegal, B. Mendeson, S. Baratz, S. Fink, R. Bloom, D. Katz. Fourt t Rou-: L. Dcutsch, G. Mever, R. Berman, J. Anker, D. Katzman, R. Goldman, M. Grant. M. Lang, C. Mrlnick, B. Lubotskv, S. Ziven, N. Chudacoff, B. Sigal, S. Dry. Fifth Row: J. Lerner, C. Gold, J. .Mandtlkcr, M Segal, C. Miles, P. Havs, J. Pollack, M. Mishelow, J. Friendlander, V. Freeland, J. Yager, G. Levy, J. Gordon, T. Bernstein. 317 Ltjt la Rig i : H. Colviii, tclctary; F. Frcy, treasurer; J. Larkin, vice-president; A. Zilisch, president. Alpha Gamma Delta Our year began with the introduction of our pledges at a picnic and open house followed by the traditional Slum- ber Party. P. Roberts was general chairman for the Greek Week banc]Uet, with two others as co-chairmen. The Alpha Gams were the lirst Greek group to donate blood in the fall drive. Honored this year were: A. Zilisch, Phi Beta Kappa, assistant editor of the Badger, Pi Lambda Theta president; N. Boebel, Cardinal society editor; R. Baer, Panhellenic council vice-president, Mortar Board editor. Student Board secretary, and Union Council member. Others active on campus were: R. Kalfsbeck, Phi Beta president; P. Miller, URC vice-president; J. Larkin, " At Ease " chairman; D. Stevens, YWCA secretarv; B. Buckles, Campus Carnival finance co-ordinator. Officers were: A. Zilisch, president; j. Larkin, lirst vice- president; A. Berg, second vice-president, E. Colvin, secre- tarv, F. Frev, treasurer. Firxr Row (I. to r.): P. Chandler, M. Karwcick, V. Stamni, M. Russell, C. Bopf, j. Goodwin, M. Von Burg, N. Boebel, D. Burgess, B. Rvnders. Secoml Ron: M. Eritkson, E. Colvin, M. Gottschalk, M. Krucger, V. Wiegand, P. Roberts, M. Davis, ). Hanson, D. Sense, E. Barton, J. Devine, M. McCor- miek. ThirdRow: B. Kloser, L. Weitermann, R. Diaz, R. Kalfsbeck, M.Johnson, A. Zilisch, Mrs. ' Ragone, B. Buckles, S. Reeder, C. Hclgcbv, N. Thonc, B. Krumm, P. Miller. Fourth Rou:- ]. Larkin, F. Frev, |. Holmen, R. Cams, E. Oberling, R. Bruemnier, N. Potter, E. Plotz, N. Kamm, P. Grange, S. Moen, P. Locken, S. Uhl, R. Krebs, M. Mesenkamp, D. Kaercher, A. Metz. Fifth Row: D. Chambers, M. Stubcnrauch. ). Thorpe, B. Duff, E. Frank, S. Haaland, V. Boyson, R. Baer, D. Martens, A. Wilson, D. Stevens, A. Berg, M. Aschenbrenner, N. Fav, B. Ellis, B. Fagerlie, L. Strassburger. Sixth Row: B. Marshner, N. Moe, M. Maso, M. Blaini, E. Crone, M. Schultz, j. jansen, J. Baumann, J. Zernzach, B. Follett, M. Dunn, S. Grotegut. M. Reardon, E Zieinann, 1. Cramer. l_»f-|.tLJt« f«-.f« 318 FiruRou ' l tor J Hiissi , R Finn, S H.i.sJ.H Mki-Jk.uI, B M.ukin.H FnJ.n .Sco,„J R..:, P SIi.kIlJ Z.itkr, H Zuii-, M. CiHcrtv, N. HocIz Z. Lundeli, A. Fries, B. Friday, A. Hillcr, M. Bates, P. Carton. Thmi Row: C. Sutherland, ]. Hassclman, H. Humphrev, J. Bramberg, M. Atkinson Mrs. K. Link, J. Sylvan, P. Jackson,]. Forster.J. Conlin, P. Frankland, S. Amundsen. Fourth Row; M. Price, M. Cafferty, N. Rusy, B. Hirsch, R. Lee M. Hooker. B. HeindeL M. Leibrock, D. Erickson, A. Hastings, J. Fagen, M. Thorton, M. Hoffman, L. Barelman, M. Allen, E.Johnson, J. Schultz f i Row: A. Richardson, S. Sutherland, M. Humphrev, K. McGrath, S. Batiste, [. Hubbard, B. Smith, D. Moreland, E. Roach, M. Griems, S. Storv P. Fclkcr, E. DeMoe, S. Troxel, J. Thompson, S. Tierney, P. O ' Brien. Alpha Phi Last spring. Alpha Phi took second phicc in the Univer- sity Song Tournament. Individual honors went to Joan Davis chosen " Sweetest Girl in Wisconsin " in an all-state contest; Sallv Gurley, Chi Phi Esquire Girl. Val Grunow was originator and chairman of the newly organized Big Sister program. Alpha Phis participated in Badger, Union committees. Student Board, Euthenics, Orchesis, Dolphins, Pot- Pourri, Campus Chest, University Chorus, Zeta Phi Eta, Sigma Kappa Phi, Phi Upsilon Omicron, Phi Chi Theta, and Sigma Epsilon Sigma. The spring formal and the annual Cardinal Aid benefit stvle show concluded the vear. Lrjf to Right: J. Br.uidenh.rg. Sylvan, H. Humphrev. 319 Front Kuw k}. to r.j: M. Thompson, B. Scailc, N. Huct, D. Johnson, C. Sjucr, N. Witt, D. Gillcv, R. Pickett, J. SlIhUui. i,,o,ui Kvu. J. IVIton, U. Zweifd, S. Sang, K. McGann, V. Halvorson, B. Weidncr, R. Holenwcg, M. Gunthcr, B. Bruc.J. Thomas, J. Cramer. ThmlKou:]. Udischcs, P. Mac- Donald, P. Brazelton, W. Grant, P. Elvchicm, J. Lucal, Mrs. Wincklcr, J. Cox, J. Kastc, S. Manlcy, H. Scharringhausen, J. Smith. Fourth Row: K. Gunderson, F. Smith, C. Frankc, M. Nott, L. Butenhoff, R. Gav, B.Johnson, G. O ' Connor, C. Kuechlc, N. Norg, M. Barklev, L. Yanke, L. Williams, M. Brown, D. Bennett, D. Decker. Fifth Row: A. Altcnbern, C. Petroll, P. Brann, A. Seymour, J. Strandt, G. Northey, K. Stotz, E. Neher, R. Bucklin, J. Link, S. Ryan, J. Longcnccker, R. Anderson, J. Zuegc, N. Lungren. Alpha Xi Delta Lift to Right: B. Nc send, C. Johnson. J, Weiss, D. Toun- Most rcmcmhcrcd during the active year will he the huffet suppers, serenades, listening parties, after-game cof- fee hours, annual square dance, and spring and Christmas formals. Once again Alpha Xi ' s were seen in campus activities such as Careers Cc:)nference, Dailv Cardinal, Cardinal Board, Orientation Week, Homecoming, Student Board and Union committees, WSGA, Dolphins, and Humorology committees. Members were also in Crucible, Mortar Board, Sigma Epsilon Sigma, Phi Kappa Phi, Theta Sigma Phi, Sigma Lambda, Omicron Nu, Pi Chi Theta, and Gamma Alpha Chi. Officers were: J. Cox, president; J. Lucal, vice-president; S. Manley, recording secretary; and P. McDonald, treas- urer. 320 This being Chi Omega ' s hlticrh anniversary on the Uni- versitv of Wisconsin campus, our rushing skits portrayed the songs and fashion of these fifty vears. This theme was carried out in many of our other activities throughout the vear. Under the leadership of B. Neesvig, Chi Omega received the hrst place for homecoming decorations. Our skit for W iskits, ■ " Alice in Collegeland, " was one of the six finalists. Individuals who took honors were J. Stumpf, Summer Student Board president; H. Hosier and C. Zahrocki, Student Board; A.J. Petrie, Euthcnics ' president; J. Weiss, Chaplain of Sigma Alpha Iota; H. Hosier, president of the Univcrsitv Women ' s Chorus. Officers were: D. Townsend, president; B. Neesvig, vice- president; J. Weiss, secretarv; C.Johnson, treasurer. Chi Omega Left to Kilht: B. Neesvig, J. Weiss, D. Townsend, C. Johnson. First Row ( . to r.); C. Gempler, N. Seegers, J. Qualy, D. Jenkins, S. Grube, J. Engel, M. Best, J. Drager, N. Damman, M. Schenning, L. Karchcr. Su on J Row: M. Gudert, S. McMahon, L. Luedtkc, P.James, N. Fuchs, P. Evenll, M. Sinnott. J. Boughton, J. Urban, L. Helmet, J. Harris, C. Regal, N Heller. Third Rou-: M. McKinlev, M. Gilbranson, B. Werhle, M. Uhle, C. Zabrocki, J. Weiss, C.Johnson, D. Townsend, Mrs. Smith, B. Ncsvig, P. Robinson, J. Eggebrecht, N. Hoffland, B. Kane, M. Rott, S. Marsh. Fourth Row: iM. Pels, A. Carter, M.J. Seegers, B. Sager. B. Smith, C. Schultz. . . J Pctric, D. Williams, G. Linthicum, S. Stockbcrger, J. Williams, J. Guenther, J. Klosterman, J. Day, S. Wegener, J. Bancroft, Y. Lee, P. Snyder, . Sabin. Fifth Row: M. Korfhage, M. Lee, H. Hosier, ]. Rcvnolds, B. Zabrocki, D. Zechel, N. Trindle.J. Smith, S. Yeo, K. Revmert, M. Netherland, S. Sibbald, L. Hunt.r. C SicLiff, j, Stumpf, M, Swan- Jn, . 1 Leitzan, A. Tolford. 321 Floor.S. Haugcn. Ckur: M. L. Holt,.]. Schukk- Standing: D. Beelen. Delta Delta Delta Tri-Dclra ' s Srars and Crescent had more than three stars this past year: R. Mathys, Sweetheart of Sigma Chi; D. Dcrus, Military Ball Queen; C. Wagenknecht, Junior Prom Queen; J. Kruse, Little International Queen. We were represented in campus activities by: P. Cornish, Forensic Union and President of Crucible; L. Eiler, Public- ity Chairman for Campus Carnival; S. Haugen, President of Zeta Phi Eta; D. Dawson, President of the Nurses ' Dorms; L. Bollinger, Chairman of the Winter Carnival Ice cabaret. Tri-Delts were members of: Alpha Delta Theta, Phi Chi Theta, Sigma Epsilon Sigma, Dolphins, Orchesis, and Union Committees. Officers were: M. L. Holt, president; P. Cornish, vice- president; S. Haugen, recording secretary; D. Beelen, treasurer. Front Row Q, to r.): N. Smith, M. Miller, L. Eiler, D. Dawson, M. Holt, M. Schwingle, P. Minne, S. Kosky. Second Row: S. Hopkins, R. Mathys, C. Wagenknecht, C. Christopher, M. Navin, S. Haugen, J. Brown, D.Jones, J. Wheeler, N. Wetzel. Third Row: H. Cavanaugh, E. McNamara, J. Gerke, J. Gerke, B. Mathevs, B. Dixon, M. Ortman, P. Cornish, Mrs. McLean, ]. Schuldes, J. Gregory, D. Beelen, A. Kitchin, [. Schieble. Fourth Row: B. Seals, J. Julien, K. Cubela, L. Bollinger, K. Cunningham, M. Merrell, M. Haen, J. Clemans, J. Holman, M. Malen, J. Hessler, J. Boettner, B. Miller, M. Murphy, P. Sear, L. Carr, |. Rediske, P. Dettman, P. Mainwaring. Fifth Row: M. Hill, R. L ' Hommedieu, E. Grimmer, |. Engleman, J. Bardcen, P. Jefferson, M. Reksted, P. Th ' cony. ). Beekn, N McC;inn. H lordan ' , B. Daycy, S Evans, D. Kerstcn, S, Wanni, ' , B Brown, ' K Knudson. ' Finr Row (1. to r.): K. Sundncss, J. Works, M. Franlvcll, D. DL-an, M, A. Falk, K. Gmimlcr, N. Koslo kc, K. Nichols, S. Ecclcs, K.Tvlcr. Suoiul R, R. Ross, B. Mitchel, J. Schaller, B. Dixon, J. Mondschinc, M. Sisk, D. Whiteside, J. Sexton, B. Farlev, P. Browning, D. Zahn, ]. Beckwith, B. Butler T .irJ Raw: G Clarke, R. Eastlack, G. Sindle, R. Ritzier. A. Bissell, F. Helders, V. Bush, Mrs. DeWitt, L. Clark, C. Gregarson, " B. Hasbrook, B. Ross C. Dovie, A. Emans, K. Kellett. Fo ,rt Row: S. Gillan, K. Stromgren, L. McLaughlin, M. Shaw, J. Bach, K. Latimore, B. Barnes, P. Parkinson, G Ahlschwede, N. Dickinson, A. Ellis. G. Frautschi, J. Wade, J. Saari. R. Hurlev. B. Hammer, A. M. Bussei, A. OXearv, D. Timmans, N. Schneider S. Hickev, Frl ' l ' K«r, H. Daniels. L. Lowrev, M. Burham, H. Hunter, H. Macke, P. Williams, J. Perkins, S. Nolte, J. Ing ' clficld, V. Bowman, B. Swift ] . Gibson, J. Groves, M. Jensen, P. Roach, A. Pierick, G. Schubert, E. Evans, P. Nelson, H. Kirchhoff, E. Thomas. Delta Gamma The Delta Gamma ' s began the season pledging twenty girls, with Tita Hasbrook rushing chairman. Representatives in extracurricular activities were: Bar- bara Laun, Women ' s Government Association President; Peggy Roach, Badger Editor; Nancv Berrvman, Whiskets chairman; Mary Lou Lowie, and Louise Nelson, Phi Beta Kappa; Cathy Gregarson, Mortar Board President. Others joined Omicron Nu, Phi LTpsilon Omicron, Sigma Epsilon Sigma, and Kappa Epsilon. Katie Gimmler was initiated into Crucible. Honors went to Delta Gamma with the winning of the Sorority Song Tournament under the leadership of Debbie Whiteside and second place in the Sorority Homecoming decorations. Officers were: Virginia Busch, president; Louise Clark, vice-president; Betsy Ross, secretary; Frances Helders, treasurer. ...;,. I to r.y; F. Helders, treasurer; v. Bush, prcsi St.iih irif : B. Ross, secretary: L. Clark, vice-president 323 tint Kaic J. to 1. : P. Smith, S. Dunn, P. Ali hiLii, M, Wtisvo, M. Mann, D. Duchr, J. Architect, N. Hall. Stcond Kow: C. Houghton, N. Eckbad, B. McCormick, C. Paapc, M. Dixon, R. Wcstcrhind, B. Lawrence, L. Dunn, H. Pokrandt, L. Perschbacher, M. Noll, N. Gagan. Thml Kow: P. Rilev, H. Towns, F. Carr, J. Puffer, K. Kennedy, J. Ritter, Mrs. R. Hunn, A. Paff, S. Barnes, M. Sholtcs, j. Gundlach. Fourth Row: R. Rcillv, A. Hansen, J. Reichart.J. Oschatz, S. Babbitt, B. Baker, M, Vogt, D. Dedow, G. Allen,,). Boesch, D. Lcverity, D. Eggert, J. Shrader, M. Parker, M. Furchtenect, J. Kovm, M. Kleinhcinz. Fijth Row: V. Pile, M. Reinhardt, C. Westerlund, M. Barnecut, C. Mueller, J. Roberts, J. Kuehnemann, S. Stukins, I. Smith, M. Mohr, R. Huehnel, I. Carolla, R. Webb, C. Solsrud, B. Esser, N. Erickson. Delta Zefa Seattti (I. to v.): D. Ucdovs, treasurer, S. Stuknis, 2nd vice-president; N. Erickson, 1st vice-president. Sttindinf,: J. Ritter, president; H. Towns, secretary. Last fall DZ ' s returned to active participation in campus affairs with Carol Westerlund, as treasurer of Pan-Hell, co-chairman of Greek Week dinners, general rushing chair- man, ' 51- ' 52, senior council, contacts chairman for career conferences. Jan Koym guided the Union News bureau and Nancy Erickson was chairman of Union Crafts committee. Gamma Alpha Chi and the Badger claimed " Dottie " Eggert; Alpha Delta Theta, Jan Kraase; Phi Chi Theta, Dorothy Dedow; and Coranto, Bea Lawrence. This year ' s formal Christmas dinner was held at the Hoffman House. Officers were: Jean Ritter, president; Nancy Erickson and Shirley Stukins, vice-presidents; Helen Townes, secretary; Dorothy Dedow, treasurer. 324 " Where can one lind beauty . . . happiness . . . knowl- edge? " Eight Gamma Phis who took Philosophy 123 this year agree that these things can be found at 270 Langdon St. We participated in many campus activities: Barb Con- nell was Union president; Jean Day, Senior Class secretary; Gill Bump, Sophomore woman on Badger Board; Jo Schoof, Sophomore woman on Cardinal Board, and Beata Besserdich, Panhel Ball chairman. Gamma Phis on Mil Ball Court of Honor were Jean DePew and Bettv Gross; while Mortar Board claimed Barbara Connell and Anne Holden, Crucible bid Donna Vohlken, and Mary Ann Uhlenhopp was elected to Phi Beta Kappa. Officers were: J. DePew, president; P. Bayles, vice- president; D. Dean, secretary. Gamma Phi Beta Left to Right:]. Pease, treasurer; P. Bayles, vice-president; J. Depew, president; N. Dean, secretary. Pint Row I. to r.): C. Renncbohm, J. Helmes, C. Edlcr, C. Gallahcr, J. Elliott, J. Day, K. Garnoclc, N. Jardinc, M. Breese, A.Trcdwell, B. Morlev, j. Wther, Second Row: S. Pulitzer, H. Frcdcrich, M. A. Hope, D. SicLrt, E. Dcbbink, J. Wclton, D. Houser, J. Bump, N. Hunnicutt, G. Haase, J. Shober, J. Rendall, M. L. Jensen. ThtrJ Row: G. Zimmerman, P. Gale, P. Berg, J. A. Pease. C. Ruminer, P. Bavles, C. Swanson, Mrs. O. R. Ridav, J. Depcw, D. Dean, K. Kclsey, B. Connell, L. Thurwachtcr, P. Williams. Fourth Row: N. Fitzgibbon, M. Jones, M. Hempe, E. Grams, J. Schooff, A. Holden, [. Cameron, C, Ballantvne, S. Docring, J. Holmes, N. Tilscth, I. Harff, E. Boardman, A. Seibold, P. Schooff, G. Allan, G. Grabinsky, ]. P.irker, E. Stoddard, C Piper, M. Raimer, P. Halvorsen, Fifth Row: S. Wake, S. Coulthard, J. Bcrrv, B. Gross, S. Stouffer, G. Wisiol, A. Gausewit ' z, n Vohlken, G Bos.h, B Bcsverdith, J. Pihringcr, A. Langenherg, N j Malonev, J Murra ' v, G Goal, E Stroud, B Nvhus, P. Drought, S Krohn. 325 Lffr to Ki hr: B. Johnson, treasurer. N. Kcmniercr, secre- tary; S. Riblett, vice-president. Kappa Alpha Theta With M. Forsyth as Homecoming Buttons Chairman, J. Pavlik on Homecoming Promotions, and C. J. Chcrrv chosen Homecoming Queen, Tlieta started the fall with enthusiastic participation n campus activities. Representa- tives in other e.xtracurricuhir activities were; M. L. Soren- son, chairman of judges and awards for Wiskits, K. Cul- hane, vice-president of Senior Dolphins and E. Wcstbury, Panhel Summer Rushing Chairman. Highlights in our social season were a tea for our new housemother Mrs. Ruth Gauchat and our Christmasformal. Academic honors went to P. Stedman, Phi Beta Kappa; D. Huebncr, Senior Honors, and B. Roherty, Sophomore Honors. Honors also went to B. Johnson, Summer School Prom Court of Honor. Officers were: B. Bajace, president; S. Riblet, vice-presi- dent; N. Kemmerer, secretary; Marge Forsyth, treasurer. Fiyst Row (I. to r.): M. Mortenscn, M. Grillhoese, L. Epstein, S. Riblett, M. L. Sorenson, M. Forsyth, C. Keuchel, P. Boerner, M. Ale. ander, J. Cul- bertson, M. DcsRochers, P. Bowen, P. Ward. Second Row: S. Voelker, D. Miller, B. Frazer, W. Widerborg, B. Roherty, D. Hildebrandt, B. Bajace, K. Culhanc, N. Kemmerer, N. Nelson, C. Gruetjen, M. Forsyth. Third Row: B. Brenk. M. Strong, M. Keucliel, M. Hopkins, T. Frankfurth, E. Khoury, E. Westburv, K. Trinke, M. L. Polzin, |. Langjahr, ). Jacobson, J. Silliman, J. Silliman, M. Langer, D. Pattv, |. Norris. Fourth Row: E. Johnson, A. Gilfrev, N. J. Holler, V. Milbacher, P. ' Vail, M. McLean, J. Pavlik, M, Claflin. A. Foster. H. Schlueter, P. Clardy, L. Voelker, M. Lund, S. Larscn, M. Garstang, K. Luhman, M. L. Norton. 326 u ,„,,,,„„ , ,„,.,. .i.,,,.,,;.,., I. u..,,., I. M ,;■,.;,,.., k ;.., ..,.., L I,:..,;, I- .:. j u :,: ... M. Lloyd, M. Griffy, P J_ J,r««, Kow: B. Sokoiowskv, M. Schcs, B. Huston, J. Grant, M. Fuller, B. jahns, Mrs. H. Davn,- , S. StaliorJ, J. Davis, D. Olson, B. Frederick, A. Durdell, P. Lohmann. ThirdKotv: K. Klotz, J. Moras ' h, P. O ' Neill, V. Alexander, S. Lempke, V. Niekerson, S. Mills, M. Varncy, A. Lowum, L. Peter- son, A. Meyer, N. Behling, R. Brunner, B. ' Kuehn, A. Fox, J. Heiser, J. Hawley, M. Priehs. Fourth Kou : L. Thompson, J. Hendrickson, M. Rusy, G. Carlson, M. ' Nelson, D. Bergmann, M. Schaphorst, C. Brady, G. Heron, N. Rogers, J. Bradcnberg, K. Van Duzee, J. Pease, A. Hafenmeister, M. Larson, J. Grimmer, C. Burg, B. Mills, B. Gibson. Fifth Zow:]. Thompson, C. Waite, H. Meleney, J. Levenick, B. Anderson, C. Hendricks, M. Schjump, M. ' Wclbv, D. Veith. Kappa Delta Social activities were brought to a new high this year with A. Lowum as social chairman. Listening parties, ex- change dinners, and slumber parties for our new pledges highlighted the football season; while the Christmas formal at the Blackhawk Country Club and spring formal at the house were two other top events. Outstanding KD contributors to campus doings were: B. Jahns, co-chairman of homecoming house decorations, member of Senior Council, executive secretary of Campus Carnival, and chairman of freshman orientation teas; J. Grant, v. pres. of Senior Orchesis and participant in the Wisconsin Idea Theater; P. Lohmann, chairman of Student Board social affairs commission and member of the Octopus staff; L. Fleming, chairman of summer school fashion board, union entertainment committee, and Potpourri. Four KDs, B. Barrett, M. Fuller, S. Miller, and N. Paddock were Euthenics officers, and M. Fuller served as Ag. Student Council representative. Kappa Delta boasts of L. Fleming and M. Tcrrill as two of the first girl cheerleaders on campus. Officers were; B. Jahns, president; J. Grant, vice-presi- dent; N. Paddock, secretary; and M. Fuller, treasurer. Sitting, (I. to r.): B. L. Jahns, president; N. Paddock. St.imlini,: M. Fuller, J. Grant. 327 Front Row {,1. to r.): B. Hindcrlitcr, P. Carter, E. Baldwin, J. Hutchison, J. Depp, C. Codv, B. Clare, K. Rozan, B. Bowman, S. Smith, P. Smith, S. jacobus, ,1. Schilffrath, M. Bell, L. Schwarm, N. Proctor, P. McGinnis. SicimJ Row: S. Benzies, S. Van Cleef, M. Oilman, B. McVav, N. Haynes, B. Ahern, G. Fauerbach, F. Rikkers, S. Wolverton, D. Wilson, A. Carney, G. Wcdseltoft. M. Kress, N. Pcndcrgast, N. Hicks, A. Schertz, |. Lytic. Third Row: M. McGalloway, A. Doan. |. Burke, R. Chambers, L. Gossetti C. Krcatsch, R. Schneiders, B. Becker, Mrs. Fry, A. Rehfefeld, S. Schacfcr, P. Buell, B. Carpenter, R. Burch, S. Bell, |. Hall, N. Fowlkes. Fourth Row: F, Nethercut, H. Worsencroft, A. Noble, L. Wernecke, ]. Froehlig, G. Hardt, |. Royer, N. Ekholm, J. Mills, ]. Hagglund, N. BassettJ. Edgarton, |. Hein, J. Thomas, M. Thomas, M. Hollander, L. Freeman. P. Free. Fifth Row: C. Clark, M. Havey, K. McCurdy, J. Meigs, P. Pendergast, C. Allen ' , N. Croal, G. Davis, M. Pew, H. Heuston, J. Becker, N. Johnson, E. Carle, S. Seifert, C. Royer, M. Trebilcock, S. Reid, P. Ba.xter, E. Kiekhofcr. Lrft to Right: S. Schaefer, treasurer; C. Clark, vice-president; A. Rehfeld, secretary; B. Becker, president. Kappa Kappa Gamma Kappas integrated campus participation with scholastic ratings this year with G. Webster, Phi Beta Kappa, and N. Eckholm, Sigma Epsilon Sigma, freshman line leader in Senior Swingout. C. Kraetsch, sorority co-ordinator of WAC and WSGA, junior line leader for Senior Swingout; M. Trehilcock, Crucible, WSGA secretary; S. Schaefer, Badger Board president; to name a few other Kappas in campus activities. S. Reid received the Milwaukee Journal Purchase award for $100 with her painting; D. Taster won the Madison Critic award for the leading actress. Military Ball queens were S. Bell and L. Gossett. The Kappas participated in Humorology; placed first in Winter Carnival float; took third place in Campus Carnival. Officers were: B. Becker, president; C. Clark, vice-presi- dent; S. Schaefer, treasurer; A. Rehfeld, secretary. 328 Usint; a raili ' iiad thcnic, the I ' l Phi ' s lushint season under the direction of B. Dcvvcy, resulted in the pIcdi Mng of thirtv-one girls. Our new housemother, Mrs. Schmidt was introduced tt) the campus ar a tea given early last fall. Special honors go to G. SutclifFe, Mortar Board; C. Heiss and M. Radle, Theta Sigma Phi; J. Granherg, Sigma Epsilon Sigma; E. Nyhus, Student Board. Alpha Delta Theta, Phi Beta, Phi Upsilon Omicron, and Phi Chi Theta were represented by Pi Phis. On the less academic side. Pi Phis participated in Home- coming, Greek Week, Humorologv, and other campus activities. G. SutclifFe, president; J. Seyhold, vice-president; S. Resh, secretary; E. Edler, treasurer. Pi Beta Phi on Lcjr 10 K ; • j , 1 .||J, vice-president; E. Edler, treasurer, G. Sutcliff, president; S. Resh, secretary. First Row (l. to r.): B. Van Beckum, L. Rilev, J. Ransom, N. Gillick, . . Chnstcnsen, D. Sevberth, M. Schmidt, J. Rapp, L. Roberts, . Rasmus, S. Resh, ], Scvbold, M. Sherman, A. Edgerton, N. Curtin, D. Lacev. Smnd Row: B. Mueller, M. thiele, P. Marcks, M Rupp. J. Gaumnitz, M. Woodford, I. Gra ' nberg, N. Archie, M. Kalfsbeek, G. Nelson, M. Koch, J. fatge, M.Johnson, J. Botham. ThmlRow. B. Fitzgibhon, M. Jones, J. Marsh, B. Dewey, ). Stcinecker, A. Pidcoe, M. Schumpert, J. Mueller, Mrs. Schmidt, G. Sutcliffe, P. Mever, J. Lichrfeldt, ]. Zillmer, B. Wiseman, S. Schlegel, M. Syl- ' vester. Fourri Row: M. Flannery, J. Nichols, D. Winn, F. Henderson. C. Schindler, P. Krebs, S. Buster, P. Randall, P. Pidcoe, C. Heiss, A. Nester, D. Bergman, M. Johnson, P. Maclntvre, B. Mathvs, A. Matthews, E. Garwig, H. Tavlor, ]. Schulte, S. Burkett, M. Connor, N. Wildenradt, P. Kamm. F:fr Row:}. Dudlev, M. Thessin.V. Worle, .V Wegner, S. Grcgcrson, J. Alexander, M. ' Radlc. E. Lewis, C Dvrebv, E. Carroll, K. Church, D. John- son, J. De Young, B. McCall. M Wi.cm.ui. E Nihil., N Knn.tt. C Lcich, B. Wohllcil.J ZKgLr, E Edkr. Lu.k, B Best. ' O OOa0OOOC O flk 329 treasurer; E. HaninuTiv. president. Sigma Kappa Sigma Kappa had an exciting year with manv social and University functions filling the calendar. Winter and spring formals, a Hallowe ' en parts ' , a to- boggan party, 12:30 get-togethers for the whole chapter, and the traditional faculty sing at Christmas time are among the social high-lights of the Sigmas. University professional and honorary sororities have Sigma Kappas in Phi Chi Theta, Coranto, Gamma Alpha Chi, Alpha Delta Theta, and Pi Lambda Theta. Pledges and actives also belong to such University groups as Hooters, Junior Dolphins, Cardinal and Octopus staff, orchestra, Phv Ed Club, and WAA. Front Row (1. to r.): L. Lynn, P. O ' Connor, T. Olson, G. Anderson, M. Beardcr, J. Moc, N. Faust. Second Row: L. Grinhaug, M. Cunnien, M. Dye, E. Hammerly, Mrs. Schultz, M. SlJx wright, J Kd c., S Jcffery Third Row K Karduz, M. Schultz, B. Ness, M. VanSteendcrcn, S. Zurbach, J. Harris, M. Voigt, I. Low, S, Dawley, J Gartzkc, C Andtistn Mining J Paulson 330 f w Ro« ' (1. to r.); V. Pingel, L. McCahc, M. Hartenberg, B McNcr, K Thomsen Stcoiul Kou M Kcrin,, Strassman. Third Row: B. Oxnem, E. Scvenich, D. Zevnik, M. Cashman, T. Trczinko, R. Cleary. King, B. Stam, D. Larsen. M. Schaaf, G. Theta Phi Alpha The lack of a house for the Theta Phi Alpha members did not result in a decline of the sororitv ' s participation in social and campus activities. The girls just moved their meetings to the Union and their rushing functions to the Edgewater Hotel. The 1951-52 social calendar was highlighted with such events as the home- coming buffet dinner, the Christmas semi-formal, and the spring formal. Rounding out this schedule were informal affairs such as sleigh rides and to- bogganing parties. On the more serious side, Theta Phis combined their talents with the Phi Kappa fraternity in putting on the annual Christmas party for the child- ren at the Orthopedic Hospital. Officers were: B. Stam, president; D. Larsen, vice-president and social chairman; E. Sevenich, secretary; J. King, treasurer; iVI. Hartenberg, rushing chairman. 331 Fraternities An cssc-ntial part of Wisconsin ' s campus is the Greeks. From Langdon Street to the Lake is the domain of the fraternity groups; it is here that the parties are larger and longer. Here is where a pinning means a serenade, meetings mean Monday night, and a pin means you ' re a member. First Row (_ . tor.):G. Schlosstcin, T. Htrz, D Martin, J PclisckJ. Benton, C. BLchtcl, B. Gchnmum. Snomi Row. ,]. Davis, B, Franswick, S. Manns, unidentified, F. Plautz, P. Beers, N. Murry, R. Sticker, D. Gruegic, D. Carr, H. Olson, G. Pomeccning. T nnl Row: N. Kocppic, J. Dcnnibcrg, unidenti- fied, unidentified, B. Knolinski, D. Grant, E. Zube, R. Stemmcl, B. Goldberger, J. Mason, L. Soyka. The Intcrfraternity Council at Wisconsin fulfilled its major putpose of integrating the action and providing for the joint welfare of thirty-nine Wisconsin fraternities in the year 1951-1952, as it has done since the early days of the century. The IFC supervised its main job of regulating rushing under the guidance of the judicial commission. Several impcMtant rule changes, designed to restore fair competi- tion to rushing and pledging were instituted. The important activities of the IFC during the year in- cluded Humorology, Greek Week, and IFC Ball. Humor- ology held at the Union Theatre in March raised several thousand dollars for Madison " Kiddie Camp " . Greek Week brought together representatives of sororities and fraterni- ties to discuss and confer about their mutual problems and was concluded bv the Greek Week Dance and Banquet. Interffrafernity Association Jack Pelisek, president. 333 Jof Benton, vice-president The Greek Life The Greeks make social Hie (in i. .iiiii-iLis a little more memorable, a little more intimate in a unnersity of this size. There is nothing that can replace the feeling of be- longing to a small group that has mutual respect and affection for its members. Deep friendships grow easily in the atmosphere of the fraternity. Lasting pride in the house and in the friends that we make there tend to give fraternal living more value than life in just a club or group. There are the little quirks of the Greeks which make them look slightly strange, obsessions for possessing unusual dogs, getting pinned to sorority girls, wearing white bucks, all these things make for a real college experience. Hours are spent over coffee in the evenings in preparation for studies, but somehow the amount of pleasure received is far more valuable than the time spent. Rushing, however, is the most hazardous part of Greek life. Try as they may the actives can never seem to put the rushees at ease. This tumult departs after what seems years, and the fraternities settle down to training the pledges. That too, is torture of a sort for both parties, but everyone is happy, and pledgeship, particularly in retrospect, seems like good fun. Then comes the big moment with the initiation and the wonderful feeling that goes with being a full member. Then of course there are the parties. The little informal Saturday night record dances, the Christmas forinals, and sundry other special parties. The beauty of it is that all the parties, large or small, have that same spirit of good fellow- ship, camaraderie, or what you may call it. Dick Martin, treasurer Tom Herz, secretary 334 Acacia has several elistinctions as a fraternal group: it is the only social fraternity that docs not use Greek letters for its name; it was reactivated on this campus a year ago, and has fifty members nt) v. On the scholastic side, Acacia ireshnian pledges last year were awarded the Phi Eta Sigma scholarship trophy; so- cially there are traditional events and other social doings which tax the ingenuity of the boys who plan them and the observation of those who attend them. Athletically Acacia men are active in intermural sports. Over all reigns the spirit of brotherhood and good fellowship in the carrying our of the fratcrnitv ' s motto, " Human Service. " Acacia Left r i Rig tt: J. Robinson, (., Rcistad, R. Kcslin, J. Wclton. First Row (I. to r.): J. Larkin, D. Lund, A. Blink. |. Rose, R. Bill, |. Schachtschneider, W. Woods, SmimI Row: D. Schulcr, F. Ahrcns, C. Mesoloras, G, Schlosstcin, R, Crcagcr, J. Wclton, D, Hocppncr, E. Lippcrt, O. Monfiks, ThirJ Row. R. Fctt. IC. Htinikt, |. Robinson, ]. Jones, D. Rcistad, N, Knutson, R. Kcslin, J, Opdyke, D. Mas.scv ' , D. Hansen, D, Mass, Fourth Row: R, Lippcrt. A, Laudcnklos, ,|, Schuctz, R. Lohrcy, C. Hcssclbcrg, D. Johnson, E, Pinner, R. Conrad, G. Messing, G, Borst, R. Erb, A. Messing, Fmr Rou ' O- tor.;;R. Wcizlcr, A. Larscn, L. Grahni, V. Hainan, D. Court. , | Muiiisoii, |. Ling. SaoiJ Row. W. Racbic, J Collnl , R. Cole, |, Pinter, E. Zube, K. Luedtke, J. Ck-ment, K. Peters, G. Borden, ThrJ Row |, MJnur., I) Szu ' lczewski, W. Smollen, R. Grucnwuld, N. Zicbell, j ' Jung, L. Walker, R. Grucnwald, F. Peters, F. Brown, E. Ollniann. Fo rth Ron: T. Ogren, R. Fricdrichs, R. Schmidt, D. Shelfhoui, G. Kapke, P. Kcarns, G. Gill, R. Schoofs, R. Larking, L. Reed, D. Voss, G. Schwandner. Alpha Chi Rho Lift toRie ht: ]. Pinter, J Collins, h Zulx. k Lu.dtke This isn ' t the biggest fraternity on campus, but we are proud of it all the way down to the TV set. We have some prominent men though — " petite " J. Jung, that tender elephant in Haicsfoot and L. Reed and D. Conitc who kick- right along with him. Then there ' s K. Peters who plaved offensive end for " Ivy " this year. Like all fraternities we like sororities and beer. It s carolling and tobogganing in the winter and picnicking in the spring for us. We have those " sinister fraternitv base- ment parties ... " Yet we ' re proud of our Christmas parties for needy chil- dren and of fellows like J. Collins, our newest Phi Beta Kappa member. Officers were: j. Pinter, president; K. Luedtke, vice- president; J. Ct)llins, secretary; E. Zube, house manager. 336 f rr Rott ' O. tor.):R Qu.i-t,TMi.iu,uhrKs i. M Nushit.W H.ns.W T.illiii.iJgc, P Kuinctt, (•: i ' mull .Su,„u K.,i, K H.iLu.S Juhnsuii, L Nash, R. Fmkc, R. Sicvert, C. Lund, D Kitzrow, R, Avhv.ird.j Schmidt, T, Klapproth. 7A , R„u ,] Salter, R, Sicvcrt, A. Groskopt,J. Van BcLkum, R. Burktrt, T. Fricrsch, R LamphLTc, W. ConistOLk, C Nelson, M, Bowman. Faurth Raw}- Graf, R. Schultz, E. Abbott, T. Nelson, E. Peterson, P, Bunde, R. Stiehm, F. Wardenburg, D. Mucnch. Alpha Delta Phi celebrated its 50th anniversary on the Wisconsin campus with outstanding success in sports, so- cial activities, and campus participation. By working hard for a high scholastic rating and resting by means of beer parties, three-way formal with the Dekes and Psi Us, Christmas Party, and Spring and Pledge Formals, a co- ordinated balance of personal development was attamed. Alpha Delts in campus activities were: H. Johnson, basketball; B. Leu and B. Lamphere, football; T. Friesch, track; B. Baker, swimming; J. Schmidt, champion varsity crew; B. Groskopf, cheerleader and Haresfoot; B. Burkert, Octy advisor; and P. Bunde, Winter Carnival Special Events chairman. Officers were: B. Sievert, president; C. Lund, vice- president; J. Van Beckum, treasurer; and E. Peterson, secretary . Alpha Delta Phi Sntiiig [,}. to r. ): C. Lund, vice-president, R. Sicvert, president: Standing: E. Peterson, re- cording secretary; J. Van Beckum, treasurer; F. Wardenburg, corresponding secretary. 337 St.mJ,Ng: ]. DaM ,, piLMduit, L. Palock, t- rctary. Sirring: V. Crane, vice-prcsidenti L. Affeldt, treasurer. Alpha Epsilon Pi Scholastic honors, memorable social events, and athletic prowess characterized A. E. Pi ' s activities during the past school ear. The traditional Emperor ' s Waltz costume ball high- lighted the earlv social activities ot A.E.Pi. In January, our winter formal at Manchester ' s climaxed the lu-st semester ' s events. Oakton Manor provided the setting for our spring formal, the last big social function of the school year. Brothers participating in school activities were: Union Film committee, R. Immerman, chairman, J. Kaufman, A. Hcrshheld; Union House committee, N. Bodec; Union Music committee, A. Biller; Student Board Human Rela- tions committee, F. Harris; Student Board Co-ordinator, S. Reiss; Band, S. Orlovitz, L, Aronin, R. Schwartz, R. Goldman. Officers were: A. Biller, master; R. Goldberg, It. master; S. " Wagner, scribe; E. Goodman, exchequer; A. Cohen, sentinel; A. Orlovitz, B. Skurek, members-at-large. First Row (1. to r.): I. York, L. Levvcnsohn, R. Kaufer, B. Gillman, B. M lan, Smergikoff, N. Kajz.J. Kolko. Secomi Row: A. Reiss, L. Wales, R. A. Orlovitz, S. Loeb, C. Picus, A. rrrsf is oiv i. to r.j: i. lorK, L. Lewensonn, k.. A.aurer, d. kjuiman, d. ivieiuman, niergiKorr, in. I .at2, i. koiko. Ciecomi i ow: A. Keiss, L. wales, K Miller, E. Saul, L. Appel, L. Gnnkcr, A. Weycer, M. Gish, M. Shapiro, W. Newman. Third Row: E. Goodman, A. Orlovitz, S. Loeb, C. Picus, A Biller, R. Goldberg, S. Wagner, A. Cohen, A. Drucker, A. Fisher, R. Taxman. Foiirrh Row: A. Katz, L. Aronin, S. Bordow, D. Keisman, M. Mushkin B. Anchell, M. Goodman, N. Bodec, N. Stoller, J. Lieberman, R. Goldman, B. Newman, S. Cohen, H. Lerner. Fifrh Row: S. Koltin, N. Winnig, A Rosenbloom, P. Harris, J. Steiger, G. Lew, B. Bodec, M. Kahn, H Mever, H Rosmm. [. Cohn,,|. Maver, L. Goldncr. 338 On April 24, 1916, lota of Alpha Cianima Rho was founded to form a greater bond among agricultural students and a more unified nucleus in the College of Agriculture. This association hy men in a fraternity with individuals of like interests greativ stimulates interest and activity in their field. The chapter ' s social life was highlighted hy the annual Christmas formal and spring formal. The Homecoming party renewed old acquaintances, and informal parties were held after the football and basketball games. The officers were: James Densmoor, president; Joe Colli- son, vice-president; James Hoeft, secretary; Larry Wells, treasurer. Alpha Gamma Rho FirstRow(l. tor.):J. L. Hocti, sccrct.irv;.]. W . Collison, vice-president. Stcond Row.- L. H. Wells, treasurer; J. A. Densmoor, president. F nl Rau (I to r ) C Degener, L. Wells, J. Hoeft, J. Densmoor, E. Naber, J. Collison, E. Lueder, W. Tempas. Second Row: D. Mhure, P. Myers, R. Hood, ' Stcuek, G Gramling, D. Helgcson, C. Buchel, R. Craig, D. Thompson, D. Schmidt. Third Raw: D. Carevv, S. Hale, A. Lau, R. Hyde, J. Neupcrt, R Herrmann, [ Gorske, D. Miller, W. Bohn V Radant Nor Shown- K Kopp, R Miller, R. Schwartz, J. Rentk, J. Wendt, R. Stewart, D. Magnin, C EckiK, T H.ivter. 339 tirst Kou- U- to r, : R. Schubert, E. LaPlant, F. LdutDrt w KuinLd clav- Third Kow: D. Heenan, B. Baars, I. lames, N. Minskv, W Stc cn Alpha Sigma Phi Alpha Sigma Phi was founded in 1845 and ranks as thc tcnth oldest national trateinity. Throughout its existence it has enjoyed excellent growth and today there are 55 active chapters with a total of 18,350 members. Up until 1938 the Kappa Chapter was a leading fraternity upon the University of Wisconsin campus. The fall of 1950 brought reactivation of the chapter through the hearty support of the alumni. The Alphas ' social highlights were: the annual " spring bust " at Nakoma Country club with dinner preceding the dance at which many of our alumni were present, and Homecoming at which time the chapter initiated their newlv hnished recreation room. Siinni, I. to 1 ,. , Crane, vice-president; L. Aifeldt, treasurer, St.iiiJiiig.- ]. Davis, president; L. Petlock, secretary. 340 First Row (I. to r.): L- Hanev, E. Gesteland, G. Sluiltz, R. t)in)u, U , kiuji hurv, C. Sternberg, R. Gore, W. Frances. Second Row: S. Trecrosi, J. Cutler, S. Webb, C. Christie, R. Gesteland, R. Ellis, H. Olson, D. Gav, A. Hanson, P. Ibach. Third Row: W. Shied, R. Prick, S. Brandtjen, R. Kehr, J. Sandal, D. Marsh, K. Morley, P. Sigwalt, D. Mauger, J. Wendt, J. Olfson. Fourth Row:]. O ' Reilly, T. Henley, R. Bartel, R. Scott, R. Kecgan, R. DeKoker, D. Beck, D. Mueller, R. Moore, F. Charlesvvorth. Again the experts have proven correct in picking our chapter as the finest chapter of Alpha Tau Omega at Wis- consin. ATO was the first fraternity to be tapped by the Red Cross for blood and it took the lead in establishing a Help Week for initiation period bv working for the United Givers. A house full of wheels kept in each other ' s hair by pro- moting their own activities as the greatest on campus. Among them were: K. Morley, St. Francis House; T. Henlev and P. Sigwalt, Pot Pourri; C. Strenber, Cross Country; J. Cutler, Board Commission; and D. Mueller, Student Court. Officers were: R. Gesteland, president; S. Webb, vice- president; D. Gay, secretary; C. Christie, treasurer. Alpha Tau Omega Ftrst Row .xor:.: D. Gav, H. Olson. Second Row: S. Wchh, R (,..,rcl.uul. C. Christn- 341 Lrjt to Kiih:]. Boughton, T, DL-ticnrK-, R. MLGinrir; Beta Theta Pi I was curious . . . I plcdt cd . . . I was initiated . . Now I know that ternitv in the world . (Endorsed by over ninety members on this campus.) Officers were: Tom Detienne, president; Jim Hammond, vice-president; Rollie McGinnis, secretary; Jack Boughton, treasurer. Beta Theta Pi is the greatest fra- Froiit Raw (1. to r.): J. BramschrcibcT, T. Crabb, D. Hansen, L. Quarberb, J. Nelson, P. Shotskv, R. McGinnis, C. Kuehn, J. Lougee, D. Ockcrlander, R. Croak, E.Johnson. Second Row: P. Halverson, L. Campbell, A. Winegar, L. Sovka, G. Pagel, K. Forrest, Mr. I. G. Brader, T. Detienne, Mrs. Mc- Lean, K. Russell, D. Bennett, S.Schultz, W. Piper. Third Row:]. Hav, T. Gautsch, F. Fravsur, |. Blodgett, L. Halin, K. Albrect, W. Barney, J. Langdon -■ler, W. Cartwright, L. Hall, G. Bearce. Fourth Row: D. Trentadue, ]. Kaestner, E. James, ]. Hil ' pertshauser Ebling, ,1 Hendricks, J. Obourn, R, Gerhand, H. Rebholtz, A. Schardt, D. Mevc-r, E. Hobbins, ]. Boughton .te, L. Reinke, K. Kahl, ]. Havdon, D. Schwenker, h, G. Stephens. R. Erb, ' D. Jordan, W, Brown, T, 1, D Carter, R Lowell Solomon, D SI Pctric.W Hutchinson, R. Roberts, R. Murphv, A. Oakford,.). Bi Hammond, W. Bender, G. Hilgemeier, S. McKav, P. Poen 342 In the 36th year on campus. Kappa of Chi I ' hi has had continuous success in social, athletic and campus activities. Athletically, we have had good representation on the various varsity sc]uads. Wayne Hanson and Ronnie Hoe- nisch, football; Brune Mauer, cross country; Jim Lorenzen and Frank Palen, crew; Loid Atkinson, track; Don Weis- singer, tennis. On the social side, Chi Phi added to campus life with its hill-billy serenaders, active participation in Humorology and Campus Carnival, and the Christmas and Spring for- mals, 5th annual Mil Brawl, and 6th annual Esquire Party. The officers were: John Hovind, president; Harry Kramer, vice-president; Jim Murphy, secretary; Darrell Tcsch, treasurer. Chi Phi Fust Rr w ij. to r.)-.J- Murphy, secretary, H. Kramer, vice-pre ' sidcnt. Second Row: D. Tesch, treasurer: J. Hovind, president. First Rou( . to r.): I- Wiseman, F. Palen, T. Abramofskv, K. Wiesc, D. Weissingcr, H. Kramer, [. Einicrman, Butch, R. Jobin, H. Humphrie, C. Stumpf. Sfcoml Row: ]. Marshall, C. Guibranson, D. Olson, H. Simonsen, R. Ravmond ]. Hovind. ]. Folcv, H. Horning, J. Wierdsma, P. Noer, L. Atkinson. ThiniRow: G. Chesney, W. Hansen,.!. P ' ke, R. Hill, G. Cain, R. Locbci; R. SchAudt, A. Bertelsen.H. Mussman, K. Bradbury, C. Clatlin, R. Peterson, ]. Weidabach, R. Stecker, D. Fvfe, B. Mauer. Fourth Row: E. Wailenfcldt, D. Thomas, R. Korbitz, R. Siepman, .A. Gompper, D. Matson, P. Bruden, j. Murphy, W. Hansen, D, Te ch.j Vin.cnr, V. BoJ.irt, J. Lorenzen, P. Stafslien. 343 Fint Row Q. to r.): J. Raniscv, V. Walker, R. Pfarr, J. Cleaver, G. Wilson, W. Hentzen, C. Martin, P. Purcell, C. Greene, T. Bakke. Seem, Rou: W. Boves, M. Traut.J. Dekker,.|. Tanner, C. Kalvelagc! R. Dunne, T. O ' Neal, T. Wilson, J. Allin, D. Worthman, B. Bakke. Thm Row.T. Pinkerton, P. Bunn, J. Hoff, K. Kilmer, T. Mount, R. Walkoe, H. Michels. L. Clancv, H. Roughen, J. Kiivpers, D. Hoeveler, ]. Bridgemen, D. DeVinnev, J. Wood, R. Porter. Fmrrh Row.- P. Hickev, R. Hopkins, D. Mever, J. Smith, E. Sampson, D. Baker, W. Romero, V. Tate, W. Ravnc, D. Moran, F. Wcndt, R. Tehan, T. Hughes, M. Hams ' , M. Taft. Chi Psi Seattd (I. to r.): C. Kalvelage, president; P. Mickey, vice-president. Standing: W. Hentzen, secretary; R Dunne, treasurer. A well-rounded program of parties, athletics, campus activities and study contributed to a successful 74th year of Chi Psi at Wisconsin. Prominent in athletics were Jim Moran, All-American in crew; Carl Martin and Glenn Wilson, varsity football; Bill Romero and Bill Boyes, tennis; and Dave Moran, baseball. A strong internal spirit produced many parties with the annual Beaux Arts Ball and the Christmas and spring for- mals the most outstanding. Active on the campus were Tom O ' Neal, Daily Cardinal; John O ' Meara, Campus Carnival; Bob Tehan, Hugh Michels, Tom Pinkerton, Tom Wilson, and Lorry Clancy, Union committees; and Peter Bunn, Haresfoot. Officers were: Thomas O ' Neal, president; Clark Kal- velage, vice-president; Thomas Wilson, secretary; and Robert Dunne, treasurer. 344 frow R»« ' (I. to r. ): C. Halkrow, J. Warner, C. Richards, D. Grccnham, J. Ketchuni. I i " : ,i d Zwick, J. Fagan, W. Boggs, W. Ziebur, J. McUod, G. Wilpolt. Third Kou:- W. Gregorski, B Moo J. Ellis, M. Drew. Fourth Row: D. Wescott, C. Saunders, R. Vucker, J. Kamps. Missing:]. Kelley. ' s,. :.;. Kw, R Startord, C L.ui. | Li.hl, F Pcttcgrcw, R. Brandt, L. Swcitzcr, Delta Kappa Epsilon social fraternity was installed on the Wisconsin campus in 1906. Now in its 46th year the Rho Delta chapter is one of the 50 Deke chapters located on the nation ' s major campuses. Its present home, built bv Magnus Swenson at the turn of the century, provides one of the largest lake frontages in Madison and is the setting for the Deke ' s social activities throughout the year. Among these are the traditional Deke Blackface Partv; the Triad Formal, given in conjunction with Psi Upsilon and Alpha Delta Phi; and the annual Deke-Chi Psi Winter Carnival. Officers are C. Saunders, president; T. Cochrane, vice- president; W. Boggs, steward; J. Ketchum, secretary. Delta Kappa Epsilon Sitthig (I. to r.): W- T. Boggs, president, C. L. Saunders, vice-president. Standing: ]. R. Fagan, master-at-arms; R. Wescott, pledge president; W " Zichur, steward. 345 St,iU,l: E. J. WuiCKchuwskl, lRadlll..stcr. .U. W ;i; (I. to r.): C. Nelson, senior warden; W. Munz, treasurer; E. Kalupa, junior warden; P. Strothenke, scribe. Delta Sigma Pi Delta Sii ma Pi is a commerce and business administra- tion fraternifv designed to nide members in professional, educational, and social programs in addition to regular undergraduate woi ' k . The Psi chapter, foi ' med on the Wisconsin campus in 1923, followed the organization of the hrst chapter at New York University in 1907. The fraternity sponsors a professional program with a series of speakers, industrial tours, discussion meetings, placement counseling, educational motion pictures, and similar activities. The social program, designed for fun and social develop- ment, includes annual Christmas and spring formals, after- game dances, costume parties, smokers, and pledge parties. Officers were: E. Wojcicchowski, headmaster; C. Nel- son, senior warden; P. Stronrhenke, scribe; and W. Munz, treasurer. ScatedQ. to r.): D. Mohr, G. GIvnn, E. Kalupa, C. demons, N. Hams, L. Theis. First Raw: G. Gralinski, C. Nelson, W. Munz, W. Navin, E. Woj- ciechowski, F. Perlwitz, R. Kells, J. Clegg, T. Bauer. SecomI Row: G. Bergmann, W. Rohbins, ]. Love, [. Ottusch, R. Ncalon, G. Maclil, C, Kattrch, R. Pandl, T. Kells, D. Schaaf. Third Row: N. Harris, K. Stocdefalkc, K. Kircher, H. German, ' W. Woodruff, G. Simkowski, J. Vezina, R. Hanson. B. Coughim, K Diethman Fourth Rou J Biwan, D. Fisk, P. Vargulich, N. Esser, J. Schwartz, W. Schneider, R. Kwapil, C. Kimpfbcck, R. Johanning, P Strothenke, R Van Caster 346 Delta Tau Delta cclchrarcJ a successful school year, both socially anJ scholasticallv, hv maintaining ' its tradition- al role as an outstancii nt; fraternity on the University of Wisconsin campus. The Delts, continuing with the same spirit and good- fellowship that has been its tradition since 1888, were well represented in fraternal and campus activities. Big men in campus circles were: J. Benton, veep of IF; D. Schilffarth, chairman of Campus Carnival; S. Stitgen, Drum Major and Haresfoot member; G. Johnson, captain ot the cheerleaders and the gym team. Well known on the sports held were: G. O ' Brien, foot- ball; J. Evoy, baseball; W. Wilking, track; and T. Fox, wrestling. Officers were: B. Forsberg, president; J. Benton, vice- president; D. Norman, secretary; G. Gronert, treasurer. Delta Tau Delta n, iccretarv; R. Forsberg, pre -president; G. Gronert, treasurer. First Row (1. to r.V M. Malik, W. Pagels, J. Protiva, R. Norman, G. Gronert, R. Forsberg, ]. Benton, V. Lange, D. Hoagland, R. Outland, R. Truni- bore. Second Row: D. Ammentorp, T. Fox, ' C Bailev, R. Pfeil, D. Miller, Mrs. E. Geittman, Col. W. O. Hauck, F. Hanson, N. Hartwell, R. Cntser, E. Schultz, C. Waters. Thirti Row: A. LaFond, R. Morton, R, Bisehoff, R. Stommel, R. Wirth, M. Stitgen, T. Ferderbar, G. Gant, S. Stitgen, R. Kav, D. Benson. Fonrth Row: K Hansen, R. Hillis, C. Doman, R. Fritz, M. MacArthur, R. Trautman, R. Schwaan, C. Stoner, E. Poore, R. Schilffarth, W. Wilking, |. MllK.l, I l n 347 FinrRowi i. tor.;:H. EuLk-suii, R. SumiiKht, H. Thacher, R. Sosnovskc, E. Bri.skt ,J. E ut , W . OBnen, T. Larson, U. RussJIJ. VcdwLk. Jf,»W Row: W. Wedin, P. Wcstin, H. Brikowski, R. Blake, V. Hucbner, D. Wiechcrt, N, Folts, J. Hunter, R. Mcrkcl, E. March, R. Meier. Thin Row: B. Breidenstein, R. Luchow, R. Zimmerman, L. Holtoway, B. Liska,J. Kindshi, P. Craktr, M. Fredrick, T. Clay, L. Kenefick, O. Pynnonen. Fourth Row: D. Craig, G.Jung, M. Finner, C. Kust, L. Gauthier, E. Arnold, D. Druckrey, N. Olson, A. Javorek, K. Bachman. Missing: L. Grant, C. Hutson, G. Olson, H. Schmitt, I. Shefchik, F. Lenders, J. Schmidt, K. Ohm, J. Smrz, C. Schwertz. Delta Thefa Sigma Left 10 Kigf ' f: R. Sosnovskc, assistant treasurer; M. Fredrick, secretary; E. Brisker, president, HI. Thacher, vice-president; J. A. Everts, treasurer. Gamma chapter of Delta Theta Sigma scholasticallv, has been on the top in combined grade point of both actives and pledges. However, the bonds of friendship have con- tinued to grow in atmosphere of the cellar below. First in leadership, DTS men hold offices in all Agriculture clubs, church organizations, college organizations and chairman- ships m many college events. Participation was very great m all college athletics, with men on varsirv teams. The Christmas party and Spring formal highlighted the social events, with homecoming another prominent event. Officers were: Ernie Briskey, president; Harris Thacher, vice-president; Martin Fredrick, secretary; James Everts, treasurer; Bob Sumnicht, steward. 348 First Rou 0- CO rO: D. Paape, J. Hoerres, J. Botham, E. Hipkc, R. Sieger, R. Walker, R. Prudlow, D. Morgridgc, R. Lione, D. Curran. Srcond Kou-: J. Curran, J. Hurlev, T. Sillers, R. Girtings, D. Goodland, C. Pope, D. Grugel, T. De Crow, V. Jahns, J. Maver, H. Kremer, G. Becker. Third Rm-: C. Grellc, J. Morgridge, P. Elbert, N. Godfrey, J. Wells, D. Koepcke, A. DeCesaro, F. Meckel, D. Quale, B. Sceuwe, D. Herzer, W. Davidson, R. Rasmus, J. Beauchaine, A. Terapleton. Fourth Rou- S. Farley, R. Rehman, G. Brown, J. Walsh, K. Lehman, A. Suter, J. Mahoney, R. Gillick, J. Bujst, J. Dur.T, A. McEachron, J. Stachowiak, R. Wcndt, T. Ward, K. Lindemann. Delta Upsilon opened irs 66th vear on the Wisconsin campus with a prominent program of social, athletic and campus activities. The social season was highlighted hv the pledge partv with a French Morocco theme. Representing the DU ' s in varsitv sports were A. Suter, R. Barbian, B " . Wolff, and W. Jahns. baseball; D. Lione, track; T. Ward, R. Godfrey, basketball, D. Koepcke, golf; D. Andersen, swimming; A. McEachron, fencing; B. Gir- tings and G. Becker, managers of Crew and Football respectively. Outstanding in campus activities were Co-Homecoming Buttons Chairman Don Paape; James Dunn, Haresfoot; and A. DeCesaro, assistant sports editor of the Dailv Cardinal. Officers were: D. Pope, president; D. Grugel, vice- president; D. Goodland, recording secretary; J. Buist, cor- responding secretary and T. Ward, steward. Delta Upsilon Si4ittd (I. to r.): A. Deccsayo, vice-president; R. Rehman, president. Standinf : K. Lehman, secretary; T. Ward, treasurer. 349 if.irttt 1. to r.): P. Buran, pledge trainer, D. Aker vice-president; Standing: A. Butler, president. Kappa Sigma Kappa Sigma cii|()vcd another vcar of participation in all aspects of campus life. Many Kappa Sigs took a prominent place in campus activities. There were outstanding wheels like Paul Fisher, general chairman of Homecoming; Gary Moore, Cardinal Board; Mike Daly, basketball; Don Soe and Bob Hoffman, track; Paul Fisher, swimming; Harry Dean, golf; Bud Sciples, gymnastics; Pat Farmer, boxing; and Bill Priestly, crew. A new housemother, Mrs. Bradt, was welcomed to the house to add greatly to a good year for Kappa Sigma. Officers were: Lew Tibbitts, president; Bill Butler, vice- president; Chuck Beaumont, pledge master; Bill Gibb, sec- retary; and T. O. Mayhew, treasurer. Front Row (]. tor.): J. Keating, D. Miller, G. Peck, K. Krcuter, N. McNulty, J. Speaker, R. Kalupa, J. Bieberstein, R. Knapp. Second Row: R. Whitman J. Steinhilbcr, J. Go.ssen, A. Butler, L. Tibbitts, Mrs. E. Trowbridge, T. Mavhcw, C. Beaumont, R. Eisengrein, C. Schmidt, A. Dietzel, F. Knapp Third Row: P. Farmer, R. Nickles, W. PIzak, D. Misselhorn, R. Danner, D. Brigham, J. Imse, D. Hovde, C. Redel, R. Brink, R. Luebke, C. Kutchin R. Johnson, M. Dalv. foi,rrh Roir: C. Schmidt, J. Owen, L. Eggers, G. Derendinger, W. Winter, S. Altenbern, D. Soe, L. Suhm, T. Thomscn, W. Plzak W. Van Ert, R. Moll, D. Aker, S. Larratt Fiffh Row P Buran, J Smvth, W Hawlev, R Howard, R. Meyer, F. Sciples, K. Lallier, R. Weber, W Mathei, L. Pettersen, W. Schwantes, | Mason, F Frcitag, R Hornigold, G Froehlig Sixr t Rou J. Bruno, D. Spika. C. Korticr, W. Fucik, P. Fisher R. Studt,J. McManus, W, Pne tlcN.R Siekert, L DaMs, C Schaefer, R Bauman 350 Sitit(d( . to r.): R- Stephenson, alumni advisor; E. Neuen- dorf, president. Sriinding: A. Halla, secretary; C. Weber, rushing chairman; J. Johanning, ritualist, R. Rosen- meier, treasurer. Thn)Ui;h tlic clloi ' t and cooperation of all members we have maintained a well halaneed proL;raiii of study and social life throughout the entire vear. Our success in scholastic standing, of which we are justly proud, empha- sizes one of our basic prmciples. Highlights of our social calendar during the past year in- cluded two successful formals, our Annual Founders Day banquet, the active-alumni picnic, and the innumerable weekend parties. Officers during the 1952 school year were: Eugene Neuen- dorf, president; Howard Endres, vice-president; Arvid Halla, secretary; and Robert Rosenmeier, treasurer. A large degree of the success of these activities belongs to our social chairman, James McCabe. Lambda Chi Alpha First Row (1. to r.): E. Neuendorf, R. Nelson, C. Weber, R. Swenson, C. Horsens, W. Beattie, R. Rosenmeier, C. Johnson. Second Row: H. Clark, D. Rush, C. Wiita, J. Heise, B. Laabs, P. Loue, E. LaBrec. Third Row- E. Getting, J. McCabe, W. Kurtz, J. Ptaschinski, J. Johanning, R. Stephenson, D. Finnessy, D. Krenz, A. Halla, E. Van Boxtel, R. Evans. 9 C J f 331 FmrRou 0. tor.j.F. Staigtr, | Will, Rc , |- Hurkc-tt, N. Miskowski, P. MarLh, R Cn,irc, W. Cascv, R. Mcsser, A. Maar SeumJ K« 1. Misfcowski, L. Bonneville, w " . Taylor, R. ' Mittcl.stadt, D. Black, A. Stauffacher, D. Burkett, D. Rvan, ]. Maclvcr, R. Von Trcbra, W. Winter, R. Cook, W. Cor- nelius, J. Turco. r;W RoKv T. Schneider, P. Rvan, G. Stephan, P. McDonald, R. Lond, E. Arnold, J. Gabor, C. Nielson, J. Ritzier, R. Roberts, R. Johnson, J. Pickell, J. Overton. Fourth Row:], tiesberg, R. Murrav, D. Hagcn, J. Copp, R. Douglas, R. Haenle, R. Bodden, F. Plautz, H. Markcll, j. Lesh, W. Bennett, R. Wheeler, ). Heuer. Ftff j Row: R Burks, R. Fabricius, H. Bolte, F. Hoehn, R. Zale, J. Foster, J. Dobev, R. Hentschell, T. Schnei- der, T. Kenkel. Sixth Row: W. Wolbcrg,J. Crame, G. Dobrinski, R. Frandsen.J. Gibbons, H.Jackson, C. Salomon, R. Ranck, L. Hanzel. Phi Delta Theta Ufi to Rif,ht: ]. Will, secretary, S. Ry.in, prcMdent, F. Staiger, treasurer. Phi Delta Thcta, one of the first fraternities on the Wis- consin campus, was the iirst to establish private residence in its present house. The house with its famous " six white pillars " has been in continuous operation since 1905 shelter- ing campus scholars, politicians and athletes. Among this year ' s outstanding brothers are: Dave Staiger — Rhodes Scholar; " Colonel " Roy Burks — varsity football; Bob Ranck — NCAA heavyweight boxing champion; Art Maier — Summer Prom King and Homecoming dance chairman; Don Ryan — Prom King and retiring Memorial Union president. Officers were: Don Ryan, president; Bob Crane, reporter; Jim Will, secretary; John Maclver, social chairman; Bob Ranck, pledge warden. 352 a P. Si ( « First Row (1. to r.): C. Fine, L. Kallm.in, A O.han, D. WVckstcin, D. Miller, M. Topal. Secomt Rou-: M. Althoz, R, Winnograd, L. Lew, A. Mann, H. Staiman, R. Stein, J. Ehrlich, G. Mason, A. Butenskv. Third Rou: C. Rubinstein, R. Zamil, M. Kascn, R. Kowalsky, H. Finkelstein, A.Jacobs, A. Katzowsky. Phi Epsilon Pi opened 1951-52 by refurnishing its chapter house, addmg a spirited pledge class to its ranks, and giving two early outstanding social events in " A Wild Knight at the Phi Ep Castle " and the Homecoming dinner dance. Phi Ep took first place in the Campus Chest drive, com- peted successfully in a full athletic schedule, and carried on a complete social calendar. In sports A. Jacobs and C. Fine were out for the varsity crew and gymnastic teams respectively; J. Mason, Campus Chest drive; L. Kallman, Fraternity chairman of the Hillcl USJA drive; L. Butenskv, Cardinal staff; A. Mann, Cardinal and sports editor on the Hillel Review; D. Miller, com- mittee chairman to rewrite the Hillel Foundation constitu- tion and executive council of the Young Democrats. Chapter officers were: A. Olshan, superior; C. Weckstein, vice-superior; L. Kallman, treasurer; C. Rubenstein, re- cording secretary; A. Mann, corresponding secretary; M. Topal, social chairman. Relaxation at the Phi Ep house before their fireplace. Phi Epsilon Pi 353 Lrfr to Kii,bt: M. Hcttinijcr, R. noulin,n. J Ellili, W. Gchrm;inn. Phi Gamma Delta 16 Langdon Street is the address of the house with four floors of fun and frolic. The fraternity house of Phi Gamma Delta stands nobly with 85 members frequenting its halls, all of whom are eager to make friends and influence people. Fijis are active in all campus activities including par- ticipation in the intramural competition. The highlight of the social season is the annual Fiji Island party where sarongs and beachcomber outfits re- place the traditional skirts and sweaters, and white bucks. OfHcers elected last spring in a successful coup d ' etat arc W. Gehrmann, president; M. Hettinger, treasurer; J. Elliff, corresponding secretary; P. Elbert, recording secretary; J. Archie, pledge trainer; R. Dowling, historian; F. Nitney, warden. Fint Row (1. to r.); P. Kublv, P. Connaghan, F. [arrard, R. Weisman, J. Howe, R. Polzer, J. Schapcr. Second Row: ]. EUiff, W. Freytag, D. Askt, B. Davis, W. Jacobs, T. Nammacher, M. Hettinger, R. Dowling. Third Raw: D. McMiilian, P. Trump, G. Steinmetz, K. Van Tine, W. Gadow, W. Gehr- mann, C. Gehrmann, P. Sullivan, K. Richardson, K. Testwuide. Fo»rrh Row: W. Wierdsma, D. McDonald, T. Johnson, W. Selsmever, R. Westmore, |. Archie, R. Wood, R. Brogan, D. Weir, M. Halvorsen, W. Smith, T. Koffalt, E. Fredrick, P. Elbert. Fifth Row: R. Berndt, W. Revenaugh, G. Nolfkc, H. Fager, C. Cossitt, R. Schumerth, H. Bielefeldt, J. Gibson, D. Suguardt, W, Price, J. Anderson. Sixth Row: J. Moe, H. Schlictmg, B. Douglas, M. Sarles, J. Prohaska, W. Schreiner, D. Grant, D. Fullerton, I BLrrvhiM, R Galstad, C. Elliot. 354 Despite the perpetual emphasis on the more scholarly effort of acquiring an education, Lambda Chapter of Phi Kappa maintained a stiff pace in the season ' s social whirl under the management of Gene Malloy, the fraternity ' s social chairman. The Phi Kaps treated their dates to a wide variety of parties, ranging from a hardtimc " Dogpatch " party to the two highlights of the year, the Christmas Formal at Knights of Columbus Hall and the Spring Formal at the Park Hotel. Representing Phi Kappa on the campus were T. Zamzow and J. Saxby on the boxing team, R. Reagen in tennis, and R, Sponholz of the Badger staff " . Officers were: R. Kessenich, president; T. Zamzow, vice- president; J. Cherweznik, secretary; and I. Heckman, comptroller. Phi Kappa Lift to Kii,h: H. Jclinski, R. Kcsscnich, T. Zamzow,.]. Cherweznik. Front Row ( . tor.):G. Knowles, R. Brennen, R. Foegen.J. Hage.J. Vi t:ch. Second Kow.E. Krueger, H. Jclinski, T. Zamzow, R. Kessenich, I. Heckman, G. Cherweznik, W. Ehman, W, Esser. Third Row: M. Walicki, E. Mallov, R. Simons, R. Shay, J. Bolstad, J. Jaeger, J. Foegen, C. Richland. Fourth Row: ]. Bassler, R Sr.i.kll, R Sponholz, R. Riipnow, 1 Saxhv, T. Bradv, ' A. D ' Onofrio, R. Reagen, N. Maier, E. Duffy. 355 First RouQ. tor, . I L .ins, K |(ihnsoii, K- Dcrusha, L. Porter, R. Kellogg. SnMiJ K,„c H. Lunde, E. Docrtler, A. Lar-on, C, L.irKon, K Kii D. Murrav, J. Morgan, D. Hoiiiherg. Thinl Row: N. Decker, D. Riggs, W Scharnagi, J. Grimstad, R. Vidas, W. Olson, H. Granger, C. Burch, F, „rr Row: I. Johnson, B. Youcll, F. Shcllnian, R. Burns, J. Murrav, J. Dcrusha, J. Tcrnes, W, Tcrnes, D. Koegel, D. Odden. Phi Kappa Sigma Alpha Thcta of Phi Kappa Sigma entered into its 51st| year on campus with invigorating spirit. Enjoying a social program noted for its rapid pace, thel Phi Kaps, under the social chairmanship of Don Murray,! dined and danced at the Christmas and spring formaIs;| sang and drank at listening parties, the Roaring Twenties, Pledge and annual Poke-a-long Cassidy western parties. Coach Gene Doerfler led the Black and Gold warriors] through a highly successful athletic season, with the] accent on volleyball and basketball. Officers were: Rufe Runzheimer, president; Alvn Larson,! vice-president; James Evans, secretary; Gus Carlson, treas- urer. Sitting (I. to t.j J. Grinist.id, G. CirKon. Stiinding: A. Larson, R. Runzheimer, president. 356 First Row (1. to r. ' ): W. Apnel, M. Herman, C. Saniton, B. Polansky, B. Feiman, Duke II, C. Luber, T. Pearlman. SecomJ Row: ]. Spcctor, I. Raffe, N. Sweet, R. Cohen, J. Volk, S. Temkin, M. Stern, A. Panzer, J. Briskin, A. Anton. Tlnrd Row: K. Kimmel, J. Recht, A. Smith, S. Stein, II, Malawsky, S. Schnoll, S. Gendelman, N. Koeppel, A. Briskin, S. Switzkv. Fourth Row: D. Rosenberg, C. Holzman, L. Bodner, W. Rabenn, A. Daitch, J. Denncn- burg,P, Marin.S. Mallin, S. Smuckler. Fifth Row: K. Edelman, P. Mayer, J. Linn, S. Levin, S. Ausman, R. Monyek, G. Hart, L. Rosenberg, P. Rogers, E. Orman. The 1951- ' 52 school year saw the Phi Sigs reach a new height in social, athletic, and scholastic prowess. Besides the formals and the weekly parties, we showed that a fraternity can do more than entertain its own members. We gave a tine Christmas party for a group of orphans, sent Thanksgiving presents abroad, and regularly sent pledges to work in local public welfare institutions. Phi Sig finished high in the many intermural athletic events. The Phi Sigs found enough studying time to place them- selves eighth among the campus fraternities in scholastic rating. The officers for this semester are: Jerry Volk, president; Richard Cohen, vice-president; Sherwood Temkm, treas- urer; Irving RafFe, secretary. Phi Sigma Delta First Row (1. to r.): R. Cohen, vice-president; S. Temkin, treasurer. Second Row: J. Volk, president;!. Raffe, secretarv. 357 Phi Sigma Kappa Occupying their new house at 508 North Francis Street, Zeta Deuteron of Phi Sigma Kappa spent a successful year on campus. Besides a full round of athletic, academic, and social activities, the actives and pledges combined forces to redecorate their new house. The original colony of six men was formed in May, 1949. Official re- activation on the Wisconsin campus took place in the spring of 1950 and by the fall of 1951 counted twenty-two actives. Officers of the organization were: Pat McCole, president; AI Phngsten, vice-president; John Shabaz, secretary; Norm Boebcl, treasurer. First Row (1. to r.); VV. W ' lncrt, L. FriL-dd, |. Shabaz. Second Raw: M. Enn-Tson, C, Conwav, R. Brahm, S- Soffa, P. Holt, ). Winter, H. Williamson. Third Row: n. Boebel, R. Wilburth, I, lohn ' -., 1 Rvall. Fo„rr R«u-: ). Walsuorth. K, . pucnoith. D ZoJIncr. R. Zocllnrr. R, Bl.uk, c; Brooks. B. Ahrens, D. Zinniel, P. McCole, A. Pfiny-ton 358 • I. K " . ' 1 u. r W T;ikcokc puiilus, sCLrttur dint; J. Dance, treasurer With the refrain of " Honevnioon " echoing through our halls, the men of Beta Xi Chapter of Pi Kappa Alpha opened its ' 5l- ' 52 social season. The Christmas formal, the Founder ' s day banquet, the annual Dream Girl formal, and numerous informal affairs helped to ease the strain at school. Some found additional opportunity to devote their tal- ents to extra curricular activities as: Union committees. Badger staff, varsity athletics, men ' s chorus and various honorary organizations. The president of the Interfrater- nitv Council and College chairman of orientation were also Pike brothers. To a crowded schedule of social affairs and campus activities, the Pikes added a full intermural competition. Pi Kappa Alpha ,; K ' lU Ij. Scelller, pi Fir, Row( . to r.): P. Stebbins, R. Borgeson, N. Taktokopolous, W. Fransvvick, G. Steiner.J, Dance, W. Wood, R. Niedfeldt. Scco ' id Row: ,]. Melzer, L. Post, D. Schaefer, R. Zaitz, F. Drexler, |. Larson, D. McCabc, W. Schar, J. Lord, F. Pelisek, R. Smith. Third Row: E. Mecklenburg, W. Dries, G. Trapp, J, Merriman, ]. Sachse, C. Klessig, R. Arnold, J. Quinn, D. Krause, G. Ingwell, R. Johnson. Fourth Row: N. Huenink, L. Nicholson, J. Thiele, D. Hart, D. Bloom, j. Hard, J. Bloxdorf, R. Crollu , E Klevsit;, P. S.iwin, W H.1II. K Kutel- 359 First Row (1. to r.): B. Fuhrman, D. Levy, J. h.ictor, M. Chcris, C. Gitlcr, M. Barid, L. Kupfcrberg, L. Rane, H. Issler. Stcond Row: D. Riesclbach, B. Spcro, C. I3erkc, K. Cooper, B. Levin, A. Lever, D. Levitt, A. Ferber, H. Schuster, N. Bayer, D. Heilprin, S. Engel, M. Brickman. Third Row: M Sugarman, H. Wjneberg, R. Hcrzberg, H. Wittenberg, J. Oppenheim, R. Finkbine, E. Palay, F. Cohen, B. Sidman, J. Englandcr, H. Brat. Fourth Row. ]. Goldman, L. Sapiro, J. Rawitscher, G. Winston, P. Kerns, R. Davis, R. Aronson, H. Schachter, R. Weisner, R. Goodsitt, H. Goodman, E. Riibm, ' R. Reichenstein, K. Barry. Fifth Row: B. Kommcrl, M. White, K, Werner, D. Behr, D. Marcus, N. Kopald, J. Nathenson. Sixth Row: G. Shapiro, B. Elnian, R. Martin, B. Stern, E. Deutsch, D. Rice. Pi Lambda Phi Jr. f,w ll. to r :: S blumenth.ll, trL.lsiirer. h P.il.v, r , H. Kerns, dichon. Standing: C. Copiin, marshal, H. Schachter, scribe R. Behr, marshaL Pi Lambda Phi celebrated its 25th year on Wisconsin ' s campus continuing the same tradition which has marked their activities. Twenty-eight pledges swelled the ranks to 80 men. The scholastic record of not having finished lower than 6th in grades out of all fraternities for the past decade was kept intact. Seven men helped with Haresfoot, with Jack Shlimovitz and Shel Blumenthal most prominent; outstanding in var- sity athletics were Shelley Fink, baseball captain, Ron Weisner, basketball, Bob Goodsitt, boxing. Officers were: Bob Finkbine, president; Earl Palay, vice- president; Jack Oppenheim, secretary; Don Cohen, treas- urer; Larry Stein, marshal; Fred Cohn, Shel Blumenthal, social chairmen. 360 • »,; R„u . I. to r I Hoffman, D, Mon on, C AJ.ims, R Hu.u.i, |, Zcirlcr, R, Dovon, T, Mor.in, SauiiJ R«u A l.cith, S. Dc Mcrcll, R Songc, L, To!1l , E. SpL-lman, ' R, Van Hornc, B, Stcbhins, T. Walker, ]. Raiiiaker. Thin Ro,r: W. Connor, W. Walker, J. Koeper, G. Warren, D. Downey, J. Lvke, ' R. Maczen, R. Nelson, J. Mass, J. Rockey. Foiirrh Row: A. Bryan, J. Dean, A. Quisling, A. Haswell, R. Johnson, J. Tomlinson, P. Ash, J. Chad- bourn, R. Fritz, W. Kellett, D. Silverman. The Rho Chapter of Psi Upsilon held several social func- tions with at least one of them that could he termed " Memorable. " The fraternity, both individually and col- lectively, participated in all the various forms of campus athletic endeavors. Hov xver, campus life in other forms was not ignored. An excellent pledge class was obtained; studies were pursued; R. Y. Nelson was chosen captain of the Wisconsin Crew; the actives beat the pledges in a race of vaguely re- lated nature; and this year, as usual, was the best one yet. Officers for this year were: Everett Spelman, president; Robert Matzen, R. Y. Nelson, vice-presidents; Robert Doyon, sccrctarv; Richard VanHorne, treasurer. Sirniig (1. to r.): E. Spelman, president, R. Motzen, vice-president. Stiitniing: R. Dovon, secretary; R- Nelson, 2nd vice-president; R. Van Home, treasurer. Psi Upsilon 361 Lffr to Kight: T. Drought, sccrLtary, D. Adamany, president, T. Price, treasurer, B. Rice, vice-president. Sigma Alpha Epsilon The men of the purple and rhe i old, residing at 627 North Lake street, ranked high in the student activity pro- gram, finishing sixth in the race for the Badger Bowl with the basketball grand championship highlighting the intra- mural season. In Varsity athletics were: J. Vincent, tennis; B. Gardiner, crew; W. Green, baseball; R. Proctor, B. Rutenburg, R. Knutson, football; J. Connors, boxing. In student activities S. Rice and B. Kaznierchak were co-host chairmen of job opportunities conference; F. Tyrell, Haresfoot tickets; B. Johnson, Wisconsin Players; D. Olson, debate; B. Schultz, Union Committees member; R. Fievc, Phi Beta Kappa. The Pledge Formal and Christmas Formal were the toast of the fall social season with the annual sack party and the Spring formal highlighting the spring. The Sig Alphs ' reputation for friendliness were evident in its listening par- ties. Officers were: P. Welle, president; K. Buxton, vice- president; T. Price, treasurer; D. Hiller, secretary. 362 Proud to have LH)ntributcd to Wisconsin ' s outstanding fraternal tradition, Sigma Chi salutes: In sports: Ab Nicholas, captain, Pete Anderson, Tony Stracka, Ed Carpenter, Carl Herriad, basketball; Bill Lane, football; Curt Jacobs, Jr., golf; Jim Healy, crew. In campus activities: Bill Devine, Student Court justice and Dogrin chairman; Chuck Biederman, business man- ager of Daily Cardinal; Al Tolocko, business manager of Wisconsin Idea; Roger Axtell, president of Haresfoot; John Langer, president of WMA; Gene Cramer, production manager of Haresfoot; Dolph Dumonr, circulation man- ager of Daily Cardinal. The chapter officers were: Bill Devine, president; Don Ulenhopp, house fellow; Glen Pommerening, vice-presi- dent; Del Hendrickson, secretary; Herb Bnckson, treasurer. Sigma Chi Sirniii (J. to r ; : H. Bnckson, trciMircr, W , Devine, president. Sliiruling.- G. Pommerening, vice-president; D. Hendrickson, secretary. First Raw (1. to r.): R. Mack. K. Cormack, D. Frev, R. Rowland. T. Mabie, M. Jacobs, J. Hehbe, R. Macuba, C. Buckstaff, C. McCov. SecoiiJ Row: B. Kallcstad, B. Hilsenhoff, P. Smith, Professor F. ' Thayer, D. Hendnkson, D. Ulhenhopp, B. Devine, G. Pommerening.H. Bnckson, D. Furcr, D. Wallrich, B. Fritz, D. Newcomer. ThirJ Raw: ]. Schoenbergc Pease, J. Leute, D. Dummer, P. Sodcr, J. McFadyn. Faurth Re Lane, R. Axtell, P. .Anderson, D. DuMont, T. Stracka. f • Re cock, B. Richards, D. Smedal, ]. Healv, J. |ames, G. Schlossci Rov,e,,I Siggclkou. R Thiel G. Comiskev, D. Smith, B. Lambert, D. Wageknecht, J. Eckelaert, C. . ndnnga, D. !•: T. Koch, j. Mannmg, A. Tolocko, J. Sodolski, B. James, J. Langer, R. Walker, B. r: F. Plencner, B. Popper, B. Mahler, J. Van Egeren, D. Peterson, K. Seperskv, T. Wil- D. Ehman. Stxrh Raw: K Eddv, P Wangelin. J. Gibbs, C Carlson, G. Crawford, D. ..,, K, K J rcir, J I..mJiv,R XlKiik,,) IV.iiinci, 1) Rurrt, C Allxri, A Cisclxu, JM.inthrv, E. Irmingcr, K. Wheeler, R. Rucprng. H. Hindrrcks Smmi Row: D. Ohmcn, C. Holderbv, P. Hortman, A. Klitzkc, G. Anderson, R. Burns, J, Mitchell, D. Qualv, T. Stephenson, N. Eritkson. ThirJ Row R. Juckem, E. Fredrick, R. Damerau, R. Gingrass, N. ]. Hvnek, W. Gorham, J. Erickson, B, Richard, A. Schmidt, V. Dunbar, ). Drives. Fourth Row R. Parr, D. Marcussen, W. Cain, D. Rhude, J. Nicholson, D. Fosshagc, P, Kloser, P. Radlund, |. Pinkerton, ). Cvengros. Sigma Nu Left to Rigit; ] . Brunner, treasurer; J. Manthey, secretary; A. L. Casebeer, commander; G. Albert, It. commander. Sigma Nu, celebrating its golden anniversary, can look back on fifty successful years as a Wisconsin fraternity. During these years, Gamma Lambda Chapter established itself as a leader in campus activity. The fellowship re- sponsibilities and good times within the chapter plus cam- pus activities have given the brothers of Sigma Nu some- thing extra in fraternity life. Men active in campus activities were: Bill Gorham, co- chairman of Greek-Week; Norb Hynek, president of Sigma Lambda Chi; Gene Albert and John Mitchell, Distin- guished Military Students. The athletes were Earl Fredrick, gymnastics and W Club; Bob Gingrass, football; Terry Tvnan, boxing. Officers were Arthur L. Casebeer, Com- mander; Charles E. Albert, Lt. Commander; James E. Brunner, treasurer; James C. Manthey, recorder. 364 First Rou y. to r): S. Reynolds, R. Pope, R. Fiedler, T. Towcll, R Kiesling. Se. J. Gay, J. Harned. Tiird Row: ] . McDougal, R. Smith, V. Miller,,]. Baumann, j M. Mossman, J. Weber, W. Knop, A. Gay, V. Roiiman, D. Fellows, T. Tavlor. ml Row: H. Leiand, R, Reynolds, J. Grant, M, Torphy, W. Kuhns, McCrory, N. Kurtz, D. Fink. A sei:r. ]. Fink, D. Cody, T. Martin, Founded in 1827 at Union College, Sigma Phi is the oldest national social fraternity. The Alpha of Wisconsin is the second youngest chapter in Sigma Phi, founded in 1908. The house, designed by Louis Sullivan, is admirably suited for the type of fraternity life that is the ideal of Sigma Phi. The undergraduate roll is limited to about 25 men, thus the house is never overcrowded. Creditable scholarship has always been one of the many concerns of the fraternity. Yet campus activities have never been neglected by Sigma Phi. Its ratio of prominent men in athletics to total men is perhaps higher than any other Wisconsin fraternity. The chapter boasted the following: A. Laun, Student Board president. Phi Beta Kappa; T. Reynolds, Badger, Student Board member; T. Towell, Elections chairman. Badger, Alpha Delta Sigma president; D. Martin, a key man in I.F.; J. Gay, Union committee; M. Torphy, crew; B. Miller, football; A. Gay, fencing. Sigma Phi also won the fraternity song contest. Sigma Phi Sating (I. to r.): W. Knop, treasurer; R. Mar- tin, president; Standing: M. Torphy, secretary; ]. Grant, yice-president. g % in 1 1 iki % M JP ' h " ' r ' k k s Tl j m m 365 Sr.irfJ _l- to r, : B. Huiiphill, vict-prcMdc-nt; R. Sanders, junior marshal. Sf iticlin : B, Martin, president: H. Braun, historian. Sigma Phi Epsilon This year Si_t,Miia Phi Epsilon cclchratcd its Golden Anniversary In rhcsc hfty years the fraternity has rown to ]12 chapters. The Year ' s social activities included the winter formal at Kehl ' s Casino and the spring formal, combining a day of sports with the dance and banquet at the Sterlingworth Hotel. Roger Marthi was president of Arrus and chairman of sweater prom, Bill Lowe held a Military Ball chairman- ship and aided in founding the Mitchell Airmen Society. Bob Martin was on Student Board and a member of Artus. " Double-no-hit " Gripentrog and Pvt. Jim Braun led the chapter to a successful athletic year. Front Rou ' 0- to r.): C. Manns, R. Hirtc, P. Zrinisek, R. Hciscr, J. Rose, R. Snnc. SecoiiJ Row: A. Roso, H. Braun, R. Knopf, K. Krahn, R. Martin, R. Nanz, T. Aschbrenner, R. Stevens. TiM Raw: K. Schiltz, R. Sanders, D. McGarigle, C. Kissenger, W. Hemphill, R. Martin, D. Roehm, J. Braun, N. Anderson, E. Gripentrog. Absent: R. Volp, J. Loefficr, N. Carmeas, R. Coan, H. Hicks, W. Huth, S. Sefer. 366 Lambda chapter, Tau Kappa Epsilon, is in the midst of its fourth year of reactivation on the Wisconsin campus and seems to he headed for its most successful season in several decades. Within the year TKE has become active in Hoofers, the Speakers Bureau of the International Club, Interfraternity Council, football, boxing, and has several members in various honorary groups. The fraternity, standing for the equality of men, feels that the goal of any successful fraternity must be " ser- vice. " Our iirst service belongs to the University, then to the chapter. Officers were: H. Van Roo, president; D. Waid, vice- president; R. Gross, secretary; R. Aspinwall, treasurer. Tau Kappa Epsilon iitinig I I to r R Asprnwali, treasurer, A. ' an Roo, presidcDC Standtng- J Hinncndacl, pledge prcbident, D. Waid, vice-president. Front Row (I. to r.): J. Hinnendael, J. Grant, V. W. Thomack, E. Korth, G. Chesnick. Second Kow: P. Smith, R. F. Gross, D. Waid, H. M. Van Roo, R. M. A,spmwail, G. Ischc, R. A. Ornst, L. Hendrickson. Thml Row: R. Hughes, L. StengI, P. Crooks, C. Brandt, J. Davis, D. Faber, P. Brandt, E. Carionskv, F. Huber. Fo Mh Row: B. D. Francis, F. Stugenv, A. Meske, L. ,]. Connell, L. O. Kreuger, T. C. Ebenrciter, ,H. G. Mahan, W. Drews, E, R , hrahamson. birst Row [J. to T.J: B. Graves, E. Bcrghaninicr, R. Lcvinc, H. Thatcher, J. Glenn, D. Roberts, F. Kile. Second Row: j. Raubacher, C. Ingwerson, E. LeCoqucJ. Burnett, A. Gregg, M. Erdman, T. Sands, W. Wachs, K. Berg, J. Pope, R. Rosecky. Third Row: }. Heckler, C. Meissner, J. Lemanczyk, A. Ward, T. Emmer, J. Reid, F. Orcutt, R. Bowen, R. Schrocder, D. Blowney, T. Baehmann. Fourth Row: D. Beaman, C. Holtzc, E. Elledge, E. Brandt, C. Engsberg, J. Osgood, L. Conger, W. Schmitt, R. Schuchardt, D. Oliver, R. Turner, P. Tiedeniann. Fifth Row: E. Trapp, R. Russell, G. Ricketts, K. Rush, J. Warmie, A. Kindt, R. Thiel, F. Lisi, W. Lenling, L. Happle, H. Walters, A. Sachse, W. Stringer. Theta Chi Lift to Right: D. Blowney, secretary; J. Leman- czyk, vice-president; B. Bovver, treasurer; C. Engsburg, president. Spotlightini; the social season were the Christmas and Dream Girl formals, with two semi-annual pledge proms. Psi Chapter ' s men were active about campus including E. LeCoque, chairman Campa Dance committee; G. Rick- etts, Union Gallery committee; L. Conger, chairman Union Camera club; D. Blowney, committee for Freshman Receptions at President Fred ' s residence; J. Heckler, Social Activities committee; J. Glen, Tours Committee Inter- national club; B. Graves, University Band. In athletics Theta Chi was represented by R. Pavlick, baseball; B. Turner, basketball; F. Orcutt, swimming; C. Meissner, golf. Other members were active in crew, var- sity rifle team, and intramural sports. Officers were: C. Engsberg, president; J. Lemanczyk, vice-president; T. Emmer, secretary; B. Bowen, treasurer. 368 First Row (1. to r.): L. Zur, E. Diamond, R. Burris, J. Dvcr, R. Becker, T. Vlaskovics, E. Roark, F. Gill, C. Lovell, R. Butts. Second Rokv L. Lueptow, C. Rudclius, C. Sime, P. Pearsall, J. Clapp, G. Barrv, D. Ritchie, G. Weavers, P. Schocnbeck, M. Pugh, R. Meads, G. Lucas. Third Rou:- ]. Bailcv, D. Westring, D. Stignam, F. Schocnbeck, C. Hall, J. Cole, D. Haack, K. Clark, R. Paull, J. Delove, J. Jahnke, W. Scibold. Fajirrh Rou.- D. Hollister, ]. Farrell, R. Yost, D. Boyd, E. Marty, G. Grupe, R. Hicks, J. Szulczewski, R. McKcnzie, W. Sutherland, R. Cook, J. McCarthy, R. Spies, J. Walters, H. Vocgeli.J. Warren. Fifth Row: j. Brandcnberg, P. Beers, D. Barrett, D. Bredeson, S. Nuland, J. Chyle, F. Schmitt, J. Hoaglund, S. Mattson, M. Morris, M. Below, C. Mandelert, J. Donovan, D. Kioscff. Trying to continue to maintain a well-rounded fraternity socially, scholastically, and athletically was again the main objective of Theta Delta Chi. Socially, the fraternity had listening parties, exchange dinners, and formals, highlighted by the annual Magna Parta party and the torchlight parade on Langdon Street. On the scholarship and athletic side K. Ohm, engineer- ing, and K. Clark, agriculture, were elected to the honorary fraternities; J. Bailey headed the campus Red Cross chap- iter. D. Barrett rowed bow on the JV crew; K. Ohm, B. Rudelius played varsity tennis captained by another Theta Delt, J. DeLoye. Officers were: D. Haack, president; F. Shoenbeck, vice- president; C. Hall, secretary; J. Cole, treasurer. Theta Delta Chi First Row (I. to r.): J. Cole, treasurer; D. Haack, president. Sicotid Row: K. Clark, vice- president, C. Hall, secretarv 369 Triangle Wisconsin ' s chapter of Triangle has had a busy year packed full with numerous parties, formaJs, engineering society meetings and dinners. They still find time to study however, as they won the University of Wisconsin ' s Scholarship Trophy of 1951, compiling a two-point average. Many members are active on campus in the Wisconsin Engineer, Polygon Board, Engineering Societies, and Honorary Fraternities. Officers were: Robert Sommerfeld, president; William Filbey. vice- president; James Collins, secretary; Richard Davies, treasurer; Ray Griesbach, corresponding secretary; Otto Kriva, house manager; James Ringenoldus, steward; Earl Newton, chapter editor. First Raw (1. to r.): R. Davies, J. Collins, H. Scarlcs, W. McLanc, R. Sommerfeld, W. Filbcv, )- RingLnoldus, H. Eggcrt, L. Shaw. Smml Row: H. Kolbeck, L. Hafeman, R. Weigandt, E. Kovachick, R. Gricshach, E. Stasncy, R. Ernst, O. Kriva. ' TAm Row, P. Tarnowski,J. Chapel, j. Zokaites, N. Johnson, F. Gruner, R. Knolinski, M. Champion, R. Rocher, N. Breuer. Missing: T. Vogt, W. Edwards, E. Newton, W. Conroy. 370 Scared (1. to r.): T. Herz, treasurer; A. Hanna, president; W. Gofen, vice-president. Statttiing: R. Rattner, historian; K. Braunstein, secretarv. Zeta Bcra Tau is proud of its high standards of scholar- ship and brotherhood. Last year ' s active body achieved a seventh place in fraternity scholastic standings. And some of its fraternal interest was reflected in campus activities, in which ZBT assumed traditional prominence. T. Herz was I-F sec; K. Braunstein, Badger Board v. pres.; j. Lorant, Hillel " veep; " M. Weiss, Job Oppor- tunities Conference leader; and L. Freiaer, station WHA and Wisconsin Players member. In the Haresfoot Follies were D. Weiner, Miss Haresfoot chairman and Pot- pourri music director; S. Cohen, arrangements; and follies girls F. King, J. Stone and G. Scher. C. Schwam was asso- ciate editor of the Hillel newspaper; S. Allper was fresh crew manager. Homecoming highlighted a splendid social season. ZBT ' s football team lost only one division game and entered the I-M playoffs. Officers were: A. Hanna, president; W. Gofen, vice- president; T. Herz, treasurer; K. Braunstein, secretary; R. Rattner, historian. Zeta Beta Tau First Row (1, to r.): B. Glotzer, J. Shorr, R. Rosenthal, L. Freizer, R. Dubin, F. Dubin, W. Braun, R. Epstein. Saond Row: M. Lcbow, G. Scher, J. Berger, T. Herz, K. Braunstein, A. Hanna, Mrs. G. Kavsen. W. Gofen, R. Rattner, E. Peck. Third Row: F. Burshtein, J. Stone, R. Rcllin, F. King, R. Goldberger, E. Klurfeld, H. Unger, M. Weiss, B. Goodman, J. Cliff. Fourth Row: D. Weiner, S. Allper, H. Blank, L. Dresser, M. Kades, R. Herr, L. Mitchel, L. Friedman. 371 Fraternity Buyers Cooperative Association Acacia Alpha Chi Rho Alpha Chi Sigma Alpha Delta Phi Alpha Epsilox Pi Alpha Gamma Rho Alpha Sigma Phi Alpha Tau Omega Anderson House Catholic Eat Co-op Chi Phi Chi Psi Club 422 Delta Kappa Epsilo Delta Sigma Pi Delta Tau Delta Delta Theta Sigma Delta Upsilon Delta Zeta French House Kappa Sigma Phi Chi Phi Delta Theta Zeta Beta Tau Phi Epsilon Pi Phi Gamma Delta Phi Kappa Phi Kappa Sigma Phi Sigma Delta Phi Sigma Kappa Pi Kappa Alpha Pi Lambda Phi Psi Upsilon St. Pauls Chapel Sigma Alpha Epsilon Sigma Chi Sigma Nu Sigma Phi Sigma Phi Epsilon Tabard Inn Tau Kappa Epsilon Theta Chi Theta Delta Chi Three Squares Club Triangle Wayland Eat Co-op Wesley Foundation The Fraternity Buyers Cooperative formed in 1932 by the actives and alumni of several fraternities has grown in 1952 to be one of the largest undertakings of its kind on any campus. Providing goods and services in better qualitv and at lower prices, the Cooperative now serves tifty-four campus organizations. The Cooperative is owned and operated by its student members who elect a Board of Governors. The Board employs a manager whose offices are located in the Memorial Union building. Membership in the Fraternity Buyers is open to all University of Wisconsin non-profit organizations. 372 First Row ( I. to r. ' : L, Lew (Phi Epsilon Pi i, C. Rudcrshau cn ( Alpha Chi Sigma P. Smith (Tau Kappa Epsilon ), C. Bloom (Triangle). Secotul Row: J. Cole (Thcta Delta Chi), R. Pcrina (Phi Gamma Delta), H. Koppa (Sigma Alpha Epsilon), J. Foley (Chi Phi), E. Nabcr (Alpha Gamma Rho), E. Irmingcr (Sigma Nu), L. Fricdcl (Phi Sigma Kappa). Third Rou R. Fritz (Adviser), D. Uhlenhopp (Sigma Chi), L. Sonderman (Pi Kappa Alpha), J. Mclntvre (Alpha Chi Rho), R. Ellis (Alpha Tau Omega), F. Carpenter (Theta Chi), I. Heckman (Phi Kappa), M. Torphy (Sigma Phi), R. Porter (Chi Psi). Fourth Row: G. Wilpolt (Delta Kappa Epsilon), E. Labrec (Lambda Chi Alpha), P. Zrimsek (Sigma Phi Epsilon), R. Songe (Psi Upsilon), W. Rabenn (Phi Sigma Delta), C. Picus (Alpha Epsilon Pi), F. Perlwitz (Delta Sigma Pi), C. Burch (Phi Kapoa Sigma), F. Staiger (Phi Delta Theta). Norm Picture: K. Burkert (Alpha Delta Phi), P. Aschbachcr (Alpha Sigma Phi), W. Wedin (Delta Theta Sigma), T. Decrow (Delta Upsilon), D. Koepke (Phi Chi), K. Heimke (Acacia). The Fraternity Resident Counselor ' s Association is or- ganized to improve fraternal living. The individual fra- ternity resident housefellovvs comprise its membership. The group discusses common problems and establishes policy. Programs are planned and speakers engaged to broaden the resident counselor ' s knowledge in areas of concern to him and his fraternity. Briefly the objectives of the resident counselor are emphasizing and stimulating scholastic achievement, encouraging social development and assisting the individual student in adjusting to college life. The resident housefellovv has a responsibility to the University as its representative in the fraternity house. Officers for the first semester were: W. Wedin, chairman; J. Foley, vice-chairman; E. Naber, secretary-treasurer. Fraternity Resident Counseior ' s Association 373 . jjRC " » ' % " ' COHS.H BADce. f n o A. edifof. Nvor d • • best wishes. Class off 1952 fi ! . fJ.JiTJ ' Ji " UAL .Vill - -= 1- Tw t: . t r, . . r f iKf ' yjia ' i ' iiU ' i ' iJ i i Te J j ' » t A kiA U We found ourselves at last preparing to leave a great university, and to commemorate our leaving, we held several class convocations, an honors convocation, a reception with President and Mrs. Fred, a picnic, and a dance. We presented the University with the Trust Fund of the Class of 1952. Then commencement was upon us, and as we waited soberly in the long line of black, we recalled the days which our hearts will always keep fresh. We left knowing that our time had been well spent, and that over the years we would reap the fruit and the riches which are the heritage of a great University. We left with a hope for our University: may she always live up to the greatness of which her creed so proudly speaks: " Whatever may be the limitations which trammel inquiry elsewhere, we believe the great State Uni- versity of Wisconsin should ever encourage that continual and fearless sifting and winnowing by which alone the truth can be found. " 376 i tfl RICHARD G. ADAMANY . . . Janesville . . . Economics . . . Inter- Fratfrnit Council, ' icc-Pres.; Inter-Fraternity Bali, Publicity Chair- man, Pot-Pourri . . . Sigma Alpha Epsilon. ELAINK Y. ADAMS . . . Chicago, 111 L S . . . Cirinncll College . . . International Club. Uni ersitv Chorus. ARLAND D. ADK.INS . . . Readstown . . . Commerce . . . Alpha Kappa Psi . . . MHA, Business Manager, Cabinet Secretary, Finance Committer, Advisor. ROGER H. AGAMAITE . SCE; Wisconsin Engineer. Green Bav . . . Engineering . Green Bay . . . English GEORGIA M. AHLSCHWEDE Delta Gamma, CHARLES E. ALBERT . . . Madison . . . Economics . . . ROTC Ritle Team, Universit ' Men ' s Chorus; Cardinal, Badger Photographer . . . Sigma Nu. JOSEPH T. ALBRITTON . . . Kenosha . . . Economics . . . SAM, Pres., Jones, Vice-Pres. MARY M. ALEXANDER . . . Wauwatosa . . . L S . . . Milwaukee Downer . . . Humorology . . . Kappa Alpha Theta. SHIRLEY V. FABIAN ALLAN . . Madison . . Pharmacy . . . Kappa Epsilon . . . Professional Pan-Hellenic Council. ARNON R. ALLEN . . . Mauston . . . L S . . . Sigma Delta Pi . . . Phi Eta Sigma; Sophomore Honors; Scabbard and Blade . . . WMA, Vice-Prcs., Swenson House, Pres.; MHA Judicial Committee; New Stu- dent Week— 1951, Student Board. JOHN H. ALLEN . . . New York, N. Y. L S. LOUISE I. ALPORT . . . Richmond Heights, Mo. . . . Pre-Law Women ' s Law School Ass ' n . . . Mills College . . . Student Board. ROSALIE C. ALSCHULER . . . Aurora, III. . . . L S . . . Sigma Epsilon Sigma . . . Union Gallerv Committee . . . Alpha Epsilon Phi, Pres. ART H. AMES . . . LaGrange, III. . . . L S ... Chi Psi. VIRGINIA B. AMES . . . Wausau . . . L S . . . Alpha Delta Theta . . . Dolphin . . . Alpha Phi. WARREN L. AMMENTORP . Wausau . . L S . Intcr- Fraternitv Publicity Committee . . . Delta Tau Delta. SUSAN C. AMUNDSON . . . Eau Claire . . . English . . . Carleton College . . . Alpha Phi. CARL M. ANDERBERG . . . Stockholm, Sweden . . . Business Administration . . . Finance Society . . . International Club, SAM . Sigma Nu. DAVID E. ANDERSEN . . . Madison . . . Business Administration . . . Dolphin Club; Varsity Swimming . . . Delta Upsilon. A. ROY ANDERSON . . . Green Bay . . . Commerce ... Phi Eta Sigma; Mace, Iron Cross; Delta Epsilon; Beta Alpha Psi; Beta Gamma Sigma. DAVID H. ANDERSON . . . Racine . . . Economics. 378 DAVID G. ANDERSON . . . Lake Mills . . . Finance. JAMES E. ANDERSON . . . Mellen . . . .lournalism . . . Sigma Delta Chi. PETER R. ANDERSON . . . Rockford, 111. . . . Business Adminis- tration . , . " W " Club. S. M; Finance Society, N ' arsity Basketball, Golf . . . Sigma Chi ROBERT E. ANDERSON . . . Long Beach, Calif Business Ad- ministration . . . Alpha Kappa Psi . . . Insurance Society. RUTH H. ANDERSON Michigan . . . O.T. Club, Unii TOM R. ANDERSON . Tau Omega. HELEN G. ANDREN Honors. . Dearborn, Mich. . . . University ot House and Crafts Committee. Wauwatosa . . . Economics . . , Alpha L S . . . Sophomore LAVERN A. ANDREWS . . . Juda . . . Engineering . . . Kappa Eta Kappa . . . North Central College . . . AIEE; IRE " W Club, Varsits Baseball. HERBERT D. ANTON ing . . . ASME. Randolph Mechanical Engineer- ARTHUR C. ANTONISSEN . . . Niagara . . . Mechanical En- gineering . . . ASME, Program Committee; Pershing Rifles. BRUCE E. ARNDT . . . Barron . . . L S . . . Ritle Team. EDWARD W. ARNOLD Pittsville Shield; 4-H . . . Delta Theta Sigma. Entomology LOUISE ARNOLD . . . Racine . . . Journalism . . . Coranto . . . Theta Sigma Phi . . . Daily Cardinal. CHARLOTTE A. ARONSON . . . Chicago, 111 . Art Educa- tion . . . Sigma Lambda . . . Dolphins . . . Senior Suingout, Union Gallery Committee . . . Wiskits . . . Prom . . . Alpha Epsilon Phi. PHILIP R. ASHBY . . . Madison . . . Track. CAROL ATRIND . . Paterson, N. J. . . . Newje College. LOID R. ATKINSON . . . Portage . . . Business Administration . . . Scabbard and Blade; Marketing Club; Haresfoot Follies; Track . . . Chi Phi. MARILYN J. ATKINSON . . . Physical Therapv Club. Physical Medicine Edu WSGA MADELINE M. AUSTIN . . . Appleton Judicial Council, Career Conference. HARTMAN AXLEY . . . Madison . . . Economics ... Phi Mu . lpha; Scabbard and Blade; Provost Corps; Insurance Society; Hares- foot Club, Student Board Wages and Hours Committee; Winter Carnival; Hoofers, Ski Team; Tudor Singers; UW Orchestra; Men ' s Chorus, " Bartered Bride. " mm- DANIEL G. AXT . . . Concert Band. , Cottage Grove . . . L S ... Phi Mu . lpha ' 1 379 RICHARD J. AYLWARD . . Ncvrnli Eiiginccrinj. . . Mm- iiii; .iiul Mi-t illi.rfjv Cluh - . . Alpha Odta Ph.. JANirr C. BACH . WILLIAM J. BACHMAN . . . Phi Sigma Delta. iikLV - . . Hospital Ou-tctKs . . . IX-lta . . Miiwaukc-c . . . L S . . , Hoxinji Biochemical Engineering DAN J. BADIA . . Madiso Phi Kappa ELKANOR HAEBLER . . . Madison . . . L S . . . Social Work Cluh, Spanish Club . . . Alpha Kappa Delta. RITA K.. BAER . . . Madison . . . Journalism . . . Mortar Board . , . Theta Sigma Phi . . . Student Board, Secretary . . . Panhellenic Council, Vice-Pres. . . . Co-Chm. L S New Student Week I9 ' I . . . Alpha Gamma Delta, Vice-Pres. ANASTASIA BAHORAVITCH . Milwaukee . . . Education. M. JEANE BAHR . . . Avoca . . . Education . . . Scheders. Cl ' RTISS M. BAILEY . . . Shaker Heights, Ohio . . . Agriculture . . . Scabbard and Blade . . . Poultry Club, Secretary ... Mil Ball Board . . . Western Reserve University . . . Delta Tau Delta, Pres. BETTY L. BAIMA . . . Hurley . . . Education . . . Sigma Delta Pi ... Pi Lambda Theta, Secretary . . . Superior State Teachers College. Madison . . . L S JOHN E. BAKER . SUZANNE BAKER . . . Dolphin. . . Macalester College. Wisconsin Rapids . . . Physical Therapy KENNETH BAKKE . . De Forest . . . L S. Kenosha . . . Journalism . . . Daily CHARLES J. BANKS . . Cardinal . . . Sigma Delta Chi. ROBERT BARATZ . Chicago, III Pi Lambda Phi SHEILA M. BARATZ . . . Chicago, III. . . . Recreation . . . Fresh- man Orientation Treas. . . . Hillel . . . University of Illinois . . . Alpha Epsilon Phi. JAMES C. BARCLAY . . . Ripon . . . Agriculture . . . Alpha Sigma Phi. RAYMOND BARENGO . . . Kenosha . . . Pharmacy . . . Wis- consin Pharmaceutical Societw KENDALL E. BARG . . . Wauwatosa . . . Law . . . Theta Chi. Wauwatosa . . . Economics . . . Financ GEORGE A. BARK Society. ANN M. BARKIN Lodi . . . Social Work . . . Octopus. 380 MITZI BARNKTT . . . MiKv.iukLv . . . Honn EainoniiLs. WILLIAM A. BARNEY . . .Sparta . . . CoimiK-icc- ... SLaHbard and Blade . . . Lehigh University . . . Octopus, Advertising Manager . . . Beta Theta Pi, Sec. CHARLES H. BARNSTEIN . . . MamtDwoc . . . Phannao . . Phi Eta Sigma, Rho Chi . . . WPhA; APhA. DONALD M. BARROW RONALD W. BARTEL Alpha Tail Onitga. WALTER E. BARTHEL . SAE . . . Sigma Delta Omega. . Chicago, 111. . . . Geology. Racine . . . Mining Engineering . Milwaukee . . . Engineering . JON W. BARTHELS . . . Wausau . . . Business Administration . . . Finance Club; Marketing Club. JOHN F. BARTHOLOMEW . Mukwanago . . . Applied Mathematics and Mechanics ... Pi Mu Epsilon. BEVERLY A. BARTON . . . Milwaukee . . . Education . . . Law- rence College . . . Alpha Chi Omega. RICHARD S. BASSINDALE DAVID J. BATZNER . . . Sheboygan . . . L S. RUTH R. BAUMANN . . . Edgar Education . . . 4-H Club . . . Blue Shield Board of Control. . Home Economics and Wisconsin Country Mag. GLENN BAUMBLATT . . . High House, ' ice-Pres. Racine Hillel. Pre-Med . . Baraboo Rille Team . Education THEODORE E. BAUMGARTEN . . . Baseball, PATRICIA A. BAYLES . . . Wauwatosa , . . Education . . . Greek Week, Secretarv . . . Gamma Phi Beta, Social Chr. GORDON P. BEARDSLEY . . . Madison . . . Engineering . . AIChE. ELIZABETH J. BEAVER . . . Manitowoc . . . Education . . Phi Beta . . . Union Forum. Theater and News Bureau Comm. Cardinal. DEAN A. BECK . . . Madison . . . Business Administration . . -Alpha Kappa Delta. Alpha Kappa Psi . . . Cross Country, Track . . Alpha Tau Omega. ALVIN M. BECKER . . . Milwaukee . , . Agriculture . . . Saddle and Sirloin . . . Hillel Cabinet. BARBARA J. BECKER . . . Elm Grove . . . L S . . . Badger Beaut) ' . . . Kappa Kappa Gamma, Pres. GORDON R. BECKER . . . Madison . . . Economics . . . Finance Club; W Club . . . Football Mgr. . . . Delta Upsilon. - i M 381 MYRON (;. UHCKMAN I ' hi MuAlph.. Sindini.i.Scc. . . MII.TON A. HHHKIM . . . Milwaukee- . . . Engin Tau Sigma; Thcca Tail . . . Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Sec. , . Musii. ... Phi Kta Sigma, Contei-tHaiulaiHlSvniphonv A. HARVEY BELITSK.Y . Arms . . . Union Forum Comni. SALLY BELL . . . Oshkosh . . . English College . . . Military Ball Court of Honor BONNIE L. BELOW . . . Stanley. . Phv tal Therapy Club. ROBERT J. BEMRICK . . . Superior Psi, Secretary; Rho Chi, President . . . WPhS. Labor Economic . . Pine Manor junior ical Medicine . . Phvsi- . Pharmacy . . . Kappa DAVID BENNETT . . . Portage . . . Business Administration . . . Alpha Kappa Psi; Mace; Scabbard and Blade . . . Student Board; WSA, President . . . Beta Theta Pi. RICHARD E. BERGE . Medichoir. . Madison . . . L S ... Phi Chi . . . DONALD A. BERCEY . . Milwaukee . . . L S. FREDERICK R. BERG . Club, WPhS. . . Bloomer . . Pharmacy . . . Newman JOSEPH S. BERGER tion . . . Zeta Beta Tau. . Fond du Lac . . Business Administra- RITA L. BERGER . . . Crandon . . . L S . . . Spanish-Portuguese Club, Vice-Pre-sident . . . Sigma Delta Pi. LAURIE E. BERGERSC:)N Strum . Administration. MARIAN B. BERMAN . . . Chicago, 111. . . . Applied Art . . . University of Oklahoma . . . Wisconsin Players; Union Theater Com- MERTON E. BERMAN . . . Eau Claire . . . L S . , . Alpha Epsilon EUGENE B. BERRES . . . Kenosha . . . L S . . . Social Work Club . . . Alpha Tau Omega. NANCY D. BERRYMAN . . . Wauwatosa . . . Education . . . WAA, Wisconsin Plavers, Union Theater Committee . . . Delta Gamma. ELIZABETH C. BERSIE Green Bay Uni trsit Chtirus , . . Sigma Epsilon Sigma ARNOLD R. BERTELSEN . . Spring V: Stout Institute . . . WPhS ... Chi Phi. Home Economics . ROBERT C. BERTELSON . . . Milwaukee . . . L S ... Phi Eta Sigma, Phi Lambda Upsilon; American Chemical Society. WALLACE E. BERTH . . . Oshkosh . . . Business Administration . . . Marketing Club. WANDA V. BERTHELMANN . . . Madison . . . Education Pi Lambda Theta . . . Sophomore Honors . . . Campus Chest Driv( KATHLEEN J. BERTOLtlNE . Pence . Education . Superior State College . . . University Women ' s Chorus. GEORGE W. BETHK.E, JR. . . W hitefish Bav . . Chemi . . . Phi Eta Sigma; Phi Lambda Upsilon FRED J. BICHL . . . Port Washington Vice-President, Alpha Chi Sigma. MARGARET E. BIE . . . . Phi Upsilon Omicron . . HERBERT R. BIGALK . . . Phi Eta Sigma. Engineering . . . . IChE, Home Economics Journalism Cudahv . . . Business Administration Racine . Orientation ARMIN G. BILLER . . . Milwaukee . . . Education . . . Haresfoot; Union Music Committee . . . . lpha Epsilon Pi, President. JUNE E. BILLINGS 4-H Club. CHARLES F. BINGMAN iration. Cobb . . . Home Economics . . . Euthenics; Milwaukee . . . Business Adminis- DONALD G. BINNINGER . . . Kenosha . Jou Madison . . . Agriculti alism. JOHN J. BIRDSHALL Dairv Society. ANNE K. BISSELL . . . Wausau . . . L S Careers Conference; Badger . . . Delta Gamma. , . Babcock Smith College . . . GERALD B. BITTL . Milwaukee . . . Pharmacv . . . Kappa Psi . . . WPhS. ALOYSIUS P. BLACKBIRD . . Waupun Pharmacv ROSEMARY BLACKBURN . . . Union Grove . . Home Eco- nomics . . . Theta Sigma Phi; Coranto . . . Euthenics . . . Humorology; Orientation ; Union Commons Committee ; Wisconsin Country Magazine. ROBERT V. BLAKE . Waukesha . . . L S . . . Blue Shield; Saddle and Sirloin . . . Harvest Ball; Livestock Judging Team . . . Delta Theta Sigma. WALLACE J. BLANK ASME Neenah . . . Engineering . . . SAE, ALLAN J. BLINK . . . Milwaukee . . . Engineering . . . Acacia. HELEN A. BLOHM . . . Milwaukee . . . Occupational Therapv . . . Hoofers; International Club; Wisconsin Idea, Secretary. CAROL V. BLOMGREN . . . Milton . . . Physical Medicine . . . Physical Therapy Club, Sec; Union Crafts Committee, Campus Carnival; Senior Swingout . . . Lawrence College. KENNETH A. BLOOM ASCE. Civil Engineering 383 dMiM RIIA n. m,l Mlil RC; . . . Ncu York, N. Y. .. . L S . . . Hilkl; ISA KLIZABETH A. HOARDMAN . . . Madison ... Art Education . . . Sigma Lamlxia . , . Careers Conference; Orientation . . . Gamma Pill Beta. NANC;Y G. BOl ' miL . . . Plaiteville . . . I. S . , .Corant(i;t;amma Alpha Chi . . . Cardinal; Coiintrv Maf;azine . . . Alpha Camilla Helta NORMAN I.. iu)i;bi;l Kapp., DONALD I. BOIiRNER tion . . . Milwaukee Extension. WARREN T. BOGGS Delta Kappa Epsilon, President . Milwaukee . . . L S . . . Phi Sigma . - Madison . . . Business Adiiiinistra- Philadelphia, Pa. . . . Economics . . . JOHN E. BOIE . . . Throp . . . Education. A. DAVID BORCHARDT . West Bend . . . Economics . . . Delta Sigma Pi. HAROLD F. BOREIKO , . Kenosha . . . Engineering . . . Gregory, President. CHARLOTTE W. BOPF . . DesMoines, la Home Economics . . . University Religious Council . . . Alpha Gamma Delta. RAYMOND J. BORGESON . . . Minneapolis, Minn. . . . Busi- ness Education ... IF Council, Summer Prom, Parents Weekend . . . Pi Kappa Alpha. ALVIN BORKIN . Milwaukee Pi . . . Pharmac . . . Alpha Epsilon EDWARD G. BORNOWSKI . . Milwaukee . . Education . . . Baseball. JOHN H. BORT . . Madison . . . Sociology . . . Bands. CLIFFORD F. BORUCK.I . . . Milwaukee . . Bacteriology Alpha Phi Omega . . . Wrestling. JOHN W. BOUGHTON . . . Milwaukee . . . Speech . . . Alpha Delta Sigma, ' ice-President . , Octopus, Business Manager, Prom . . . BetaThcta Pi, Treasurer. DWIGHT H. BOWDEN . . . Almond . . . Engineering. Friendship . . . Economics . . . Alpha ALFRED R. BOWERS Delta Sigma. DONALD E. BOWMAN . . . Davton . . L S ... Big Ten Con- gress, IF Congress, Greek Week Banquet; Track . . . Phi Delta Theta. MELVIN H. BOYCE . . . Madison . . . Sociology. RICHARD G. BOYER St.ink-v . Education. 384 BRUCE A. BOYLE . . . Tomahawk . . . Engineering . . . Eta Kappa Nil NORMAN V. BOYLE . . . Applcton . . . Jcn.rnalisni . . . Oshkosh State College . . . Sigma Delta Chi. DOUGLAS D. BRADLEY . . . MiKvuukec . . . Prc-MeJ . . . MHA Radio Cluh . . . Phi Chi. CATHLEEN A. BRADY . . . Wmnetka, 111. . . . Sociology . . . Union At Ease Committee, Hoofers; Crime Club . . . Kappa Delta. JANE A. BRAMBERG . . . River Forest, III English . . . Union Crafts Committee, Badger Staff; Campus Carnival; Humorology . . . University of Colorado . . . Alpha Phi, Vice-President. JAMES BRANDENBURG . Madison . Pre-Mcd ... Phi Chi . . . Men ' s Chorus; Medichoir; Boxing; Tournament of Song . . . Theta Delta Chi. RAYOLA I. BRANDT . . . Ladvsmith . . . Education . . . Lawrence College . . . YWCA Cabinet; University Religious Council, Three Squares; University Chorus. DONALD C. BRANSON . . . LaCrosse . . . Light Building . . Real Estate and Home Building Association, Treasurer . . . Alpha Kappa Psi. KENT BRAUNSTEIN . . . New York, N. Y. . . . Economics . . . Greek Week Banquet; Badger Board, Vice-President, Dorm-Greek Picnic . . . Zeta Beta Tau, Secretarv. JAMES C. BRECKENFELD . . . Kenosha Alpha Kappa Phi ARTHUR W. BREHM . . . Colby . . . Agriculture . . . Saddle and Sirloin; 4-H Club, Livestock Judging Team . . . Alpha Zeta. JOHN L. BRENZEL . . . Kaukauna . . . Business Administration . . . Phi Eta Sigma; Beta Alpha Psi, Vice-President. NED W. BREUER . . . Manitowoc . . . Engineering ... Chi Epsilon; Tau Beta Pi . . . ASCE . . . Triangle. CECIL L. BREWER . , . Madison . . . Engineering . . . Arnold Air Society. FRANCIS A. BREWSTER . . . Kaukauna . . . Business Adminis- tration . . . MHA Finance Committee. DONALD B. BRICK . . . Sheboygan . . . Education . . . Recreation Leadership Club. HERBERT O. BRICKSON . . Madison . . . L S . . . Dolphins . . . Sigma Chi. ALVIN L. BRIGGS . . . Fall River . . . Sociology. DONALD G. BRIGHAM . . . Madison . . . Engineering . . . Sigma Delta Epsilon; ASME . . . Track . . . Kappa Sigma. CAROL S. BRINKMAN . . . Madison . . . Medical Technology . . . Alpha Delta Theta . . . University of Minnesota. FRANKLIN BRINKMAN . . . Madison . . . L S . . . Finance Society, Marketing Club, WHA Players. 385 ROBERT L. BRISBIN Sigma . . . Nu Sigma Nu - . . . Union Grove Medichoir. ERNEST J. BRISKEY iilsboro . . . Agriculture . . . Alpha Zeta . . . Saddle and Sirloin, Sec; Blue Shield, FFA, Scabbard and Blade . . Co-Chairman, Orientation, Country Magazine, Advertising Man- ager, Ag, Council, ' ice-Pres. . . . Delta Theta Sigma, President. FRIEDA BRISKEN . . . Delta Sigma Rho, Se- V ' arsitv Debate Team. Wausau . . . L S . . . Zeta Phi Eta, Sec. . . Wis. Forensic Union, Sec. . . . Women ' s CLARENCE A. BROCKMAN . . , Appletou . . . Commerce . . . Beta Alpha Psi. ALBERTA J. BROWN . . . Friendship . . . Home Economics Education . . . Phi Upsilon Omicron ... Pi Lambda Theta . . . Eu- thenics, Blue Shield, 4-H Club. DOUGLAS W. BRC:)WN . . . Milwaukee . . . Commerce . . . Real Estate and Light Builders Assn. . . . Men ' s Hall Ass ' n, Cabinet. . Fond du Lac . . . Agriculture . . . 4-H Club, Pres.; Blue Shield . . . Ag. adison . . . Engineering . . . . SME FRANKLIN G. BROWN Fond du Lac Extension Center Student Council, HARRY A. BROWN . . . . . . Sigma Alpha Epsilon. JOANN 1. BROWN . . . Honcon . . . L S . . . Sigma Epsilon Sigma . . . Orientation; Sophomore Honors; Panhellenic Council . . . Delta Delta Delta. LOUISE M. BROWN . . . Madison . . . Home Economics ... Phi Upsilon Omicron . . . Euthenics Club; State Pres. of Home Ec. Clubs . . . Career ' s Conference; Little International Court of Honor. PATRICIA V. BROWNING White Plains, NY Educa- tion . . . Women ' s Dolphin, Pres., WAA, Vice-Pres, . . . United Student Fellowship . . . Delta Gamma. BARBARA M. BRUE . Wauwatosa . . L A ... At Ease Union Committee . . . Alpha Xi Delta. AMELIA M. BRUECKNER . . . Madison . . . L S. WILLIAM D. BRUESKE . . Madison . . . Education. LORR AINE V. BRUMMEL . Milwaukee . . . Education Occupational Therapx ' . , . Sigma Epsilon Sigma. JAMES E. BRUNNER Club . . . Sigma Nu. JAMES F. BRUNO . . Racir . . . Octopus . . . Kappa Sigma, MARGUERITTE E. BRYAN tion , , . Union Dance Committee. Leopolis . . . Agriculture . . . Babcock cine . , . Histor ' . , , Newman Club Hutchinson, Kan. . . . Educa- . Beaver Dam . . . Medical Technology Milwaukee E.xtension, Oshkosh State BETTY A. BUBOLTZ . . . Alpha Delta Theta . Teachers. ROBERT BUCCI , . . Waukesha . . . Psychology . . . Y.M.C.A. NED H. BUCHHOLZ . . . Wauwatosa . . . Economics . . Sie- becker House, Vice-Pres. 386 EMMELY C. BUCHMANN . . ministration . . . Gamma Alpha Qhi . . . Sigma Epsilon Sigma. BETTY L. BUCKLES . . . Villa Park, III Education . . . Union Dance Committee; Parents Weekend; Wiskits, Campus Carnival . . . Alpha Gamma Delta. ORVIE G. BUHL . . Gree Psi . . . SAM. Milwaukee . . . Business Ad- . Marketing Club, French Cluh Beta Alpha EUGENE J. BUHMANN . West Allis Phi Eta Sigma; Tau Beta Pi; Eta Kappa Nu . Sigma Delta Omega. K.ENNETH H. BUHROW . Edgerton tration . . . Cardinal . . . Sigma Chi. NORMAN P. BUNKER . Badger . . . Bi . Engineering Bar Bell Cluh . . Business Adminis- iness Administration. L S . . . Haresfoot; Men ' s Chorus; PETER BUNN . . . Madison Gymnastics . . . Chi Psi. RUTH D. BUNTROCK . . . Wausau . . . Occupational Therapy . . . Occupational Therapy Club . . . Wausau Extension. PHILIP F. BURAN . . . Madison . . . Education . . . Nautilus Society . . . Kappa Sigma. ROBERT R. BURKERT . . . Racine ... Art Education ... Phi Eta Sigma, Iron Cross; Mace . . . Octopus, Editor, Asso. Art Editor, Badger, Wisconsin Idea, Asso. Editor; Gallery Committee Union. DANIEL B. BURKETT . . . Milwaukee . . . L S . . . Union Dance, Publicity Chairman; Greek Week Dance, Publicity Chairman . . . Phi Delta Theta. ROBERT E. BURKHALTER Madison . . Engineering . . . Alpha Chi Sigma . . . Tau Beta Pi, Phi Lambda Upsilon; Phi Kappa Phi . . . AIChE. THOMAS H. BURKHALTER and Blade. ROBERT P. BURNS Sigma. Madison . . . L S . . . Scabbard Oak Park, III. . . . L S ... Phi Kappa Art Education . . . Var- RICHARD S. BURRIS Madison sity Boxing Squad . . . Theta Delta Chi. AUGUST W. BUSACKER . . . Milwaukee , . . L S . . . Fellows House, Pres.; Union Forum Committee . . . Phi Kappa Phi. VIRGINIA R. BUSH . . . Green Bay . . . Home Economics . . . Phi Upsilon Omicron . . . Sigma Epsilon Sigma, Pres. . . . Delta Gamma, JEANNE M. BUSK Blue Shield. Lodi Home Econon 4-H Club; ALLEN W. BUTLER . . . Milwaukee . . . Business Administration . . . W Club . . . Track . . . Kappa Sigma, Vice-President. ELIZABETH L. BUTLER Delta Gamma. ROBERT C. BUTSCHER ASME. Ripon . . Milwauke Home Economics . . . Engineering 387 KI ' ITH M. BUXTON . . . Applcton . . . Business Administration . Lawrence College . . . Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Vice-President. RONALD A. BUYAN tion . . . MHA Cabinet. HONNIF L. BYI:RS ■c . . . Business Admitiisti " Art Education. .V dBiM (k . hi T K CLARENCE BYLSMA . . . Racine . . . L S . . . Delta Epsilon: Mace, Iron Cross . . . German Club . . . Wisconsin Union, Vice-Pres.; Class of 1952, Pres., MHA Library Committee, Chairman . . . Campus Chest, Solicitations Chairman. BASIL L. CAFFERTY . . GRACE T. CALLIGARO . . . Spanish Club. Madison . . . Pence Engineering . . . ASME. . International Relations Motherwell, Scotland ALLAN A. CAMERON . - . International Club. EMERY L. CAMPBELL . . . Monroe . . . French . . . Gustavus Adolphus; Iowa State College. University of Kansas . . . French Club. JOYCE C. CAMPBELL . . . Mt. Carmel, III. . . . Education . . . Sigma Epsilon Sigma . , . Occupational Therapy Club ... IF Movie, University Chorus, Badger, Union House Committee, . ' V Cappella Choir . . . .Alpha Chi Omega, Pres. NORMAN L. GARDEN . . . Milwaukee . . . Pharmacy . . . Kappa Psi, Pharmacy Society . . . Rho Chi. DAVID D. CAREW . . . Green Lake . . . Agriculture . . . ASAE Wisconsin Country Magazine; Saddle and Sirloin . . . Alpha Gamma Rho REX L. CAREY Redgranite . . . Agricuitu GERALDINE F. CARLSON . . . Moline. III. . . . Recreation Dolphin; WAA Board, Parent ' s Weekend, Badger, Homecoming . Kappa Delta. KEITH R. CARLSON W Club. .Ashland . . . Agriculture . . . Track; IDA CAROLLO . . . Madison . . . Social Work . . . Delta Zeta. EDWARD E. CARPENTER . . . Rockford, III. . . . L S . . . Basket- hall . . . Sigma Chi. FLORENCE M. CARR . . . Janesville . . . Education . . . Union Craft and Games, Senior Swingout . . . Delta Zeta. DAN J. CARTER . . . Peshtigo . . . L S . . . Summer Student Board; Junior Prom, Student Board, Daily Cardinal; Unuersitv Band, Senior Council . . . Beta Theta Pi. WILLIAM H. CARTWRIGHT . . . Madison . . . Bacteriology . . . Scabbard and Bhide . . . Fencing; W Club . . . Beta Theta Pi. RUTH J. CASE . . . Oakfield . . . Economics. ARTHUR L. CASEBEER . . . Madison . . . Recreation Leadership Young Republicans, Recreation Leadership Club; Hoofers; Geology Club . . . Sigma Nu, President. 388 MARY A. CASHMAN . . . Dl- Per.- . . . Education . . . Sisnia Epsilon Sigma . . . Wonit-n ' s Chorus . . . Thcta Phi Alpha. PHYLISS M. CASS . . . Ontario . . . L S . . . Freshman Band. NATHAN D. CHAIMSON . . Milwaukee . . . Pharmacy . . Forum Commiitee, Student Alliance, WPhA . . . Zeta Beta Tau. FLORENCE C. CHALLONER . . . Lakewood . L S . . . Sigma Epsilon Sigma, Phi Beta Kappa . . . Union Forum Committee; United Student Fellowship; WSGA Freshman Banquet, Chairman. RICHARD A. CHAMBERLIN Administration . . . Phi Eta Sigma . Blade. . Hecla, S. D. . . . Business Finance Societ ' , Scabbard and DORIS A. CHAMBERS . . . Madison . . . Home Economics . . . Gamma Alpha Chi . . . Theta Sigma Phi . . . Union Commons Com- mittee; Euthenics Club . . . Alpha Gamma Delta. HAROLD F. CHARRON GERALD F. CHERWEZNIK Phi Kappa. STEPHEN M. CHOREN . . . MiKvaukei Sturgeon Ba ' . . . Law. . . . Milwaukee . . . Pha Engineering. ALVIN A. CHRISTENSEN . . . Kenosha . . . Engineering . Kappa Eta Kappa . . . Wisconsin Engineer, Circulation Manager. JOHN R. CHRISTENSEN . . . Green Bay . . . Economics . Finance Socictv. JAMES J. CHRISTENSON . . . Berlin . . . Business Administ: tion . . . Alpha Kappa Psi. CLARENCE CHRISTIE JR. .. . New Lisbon . . . Accounting . . . Beta Alpha Psi . . . Scabbard and Blade . . . Sophomore Honors . . . Alpha Tau Omega, Treas. JAMES C. CHRISTOPH . . . Waupaca . . . Business Administra- tion . . . Beta Alpha Psi . . . Ripon College . . . Band. CAROL A. CHRISTOPHER ... La Salle . . Psychology . . . Newman Club; Winter Carnival; Union Music Committee, Student Welfare Commission . . . Delta Delta Delta. JOAN A. CHRISTOPHERSON Wisconsin Dells . . . Educa- tion . . - Lutheran Student Association, Wisconsin Plavers Productions. GERALD W. CHURCHILL Relations . . . Iron Cross. NANCY CHYLE Honors. Scotia. N. Y. . . . International Wauwatosa . . . Ps ' cholog ' . . . Sophomore WILLIAM G. CICHOWSK.I . . . Madison . . . Engineering . . . ASME, Pershing RiHes, Hoofers; Intercollegiate Sailboat Team, Captain. KENNETH K. CLARK . . . Rockford. 111. . . . Agriculture . . . Phi Eta Sigma, .4lpha Zeta . . . Landscape Council Ring . . . Theta Delta Chi. " LOUISE W. CLARK . . . Burlington, la. . . . American Institutions . . . Pan-Hellenic Council; Union Music Committee, Wiskits; Orchestra; Humorology . . . Delta Gamma, Vice-Pres. 389 Shcbovgan . . . Business Administr GERALD H. CLEMHNT tion . . . Alpha Chi Rho. MI(;HAEL CLISSA . . . Waukesha . . . Enginrenng . . . Eta Kappa Nu , AIEE, IRE.Foothall. HENJAMIN COHEN . . . Chicago, III. . . . Economics . . . Foot- hall, liasc-ball ... Pi Lambda Phi. DORIS K.. COHEN . . . Madison . . . L S . . . Alpha Delta Theta; Phi Beta Kappa; Sigma Epsilon Sigma; Pan Hellenic Board . . . Student Bo.ird Committee, DORIS M. COHEN San Antonio, Texas . . . English. Business Administration RICHARD J. COLE . . . Chicago, 111 , . . Alpha Chi Rho. BENNIE C. COLEMAN . . . Milwaukee . . .journalism . . . Alpha Delta Sigma . . . Sigma Delta Pi . . . Kappa Alpha Psi. JOHN R. COLLINS . . . Madison . . . L S ... Phi Beta Kappa, Phi Eta Sigma . . . Union Theater Committee; Wisconsin Players . . . Alpha Chi Rho, Secretary. ELIZABETH COLVIN . . . Morristown, N.J. . . . L S . . . Ripon College . . . Alpha Gamma Delta. JOANNE C. CONLIN . . . Madison . . . Business Administration . . . Sigma Epsilon Sigma . . . Marketing Club; Orientation; Crafts Committee, Sophomore Honors . . . Alpha Phi. BARBARA L. CONNELL . . . Waukesha . . . L S . . . Sigma Epsilon Sigma, Crucible, Mortar Board . . . Union Council Directorate, President, Union Music Committee, Chairman; SLIC Subcommittee; Greek Week Banquet, Chairman; Student Board . . . Gamma Phi Beta. ALLAN H. CONNEY . . . Winnetka, III. . . . Pharmacy . . . Sopho- more Honors, Phi Eta Sigma, Rho Chi; Phi Kappa Phi . . , Band; Table Tennis Club, Pres., Llnion Game Committee. DAVID W. CONNORS cock Club. JOSEPH L. CONNORS Committee, Campus Commun . Madison . . . Agriculture . . . Bab- . Elkhurst, N. Y. . . . L S , . . Dance Chest . . . Sigma Alpha Epsilon. ROBERT L. CONOVER . . . Plainfield . . . Agriculture ... Phi Eta Sigma . . . Babcock Dairy Science . . . Alpha Zeta. WILLIAM E. CONROY . . . Madison . . . Engineering . . . ASME Triangle. ROBERT H. CONSIGNY . . . Madison . . . L S . . . Alpha Phi Omega . . . Orientation . . . . lpha Tau Omega. CRAIG R. CONWAY . . . Milwaukee . . . L S . . . MHA-IF Picnic ... Phi Sigma Kappa. CHARLES F. COOK JOHN D. COONS . . . Beloit . Madison Pharm.tcv . . . WPhA. . Engineering . . . Chess Club. ROLLIN B. COOPER . . . Edgerton . . . Agriculture . . . W Club; Crew, Saddle and Sirloin, Blue Shield, Conoyer House, Pres.; Men ' s Halls House Presidents Council. 390 GEORGE E. COPE , . . Two Rivers . . . Business Administration . . . Beta Alpha Psi. DENA E. COSGROVE . . . Fond dii Lac . . . Education . . . Sigma Epsilon Sigma; Pi Lambda Thcta . . . Spanish Cluh. SAM D. COSTANZA . . . Chicago. IM. . . . Education . . . Cross Country; Wrestling; W Club, Treas. DAVID J. COIGHLIN WESLEY COURTOIS . . Portage Appleton . . Engineering . . . ASCE. Business Administration. KENNETH H. COWAN . . . Erie, Pa. . . . Business Administra- tion . . . Mace . . . Independent Student Assoc, Vice-Pres.; Student Board, December Dream, Publicity; Men ' s Chorus. PAUL L. COWAN, JR. Tau, Vice-Pres. Madison . . . Engineering . . . Theta JANET M. COX . . . Washington, D. C. . . . L S . . . Coranto, Gamma Alpha Chi . . . Campus Chest; Octopus, Account Executive; Llnion Commons, Secretarv . . . Alpha Xi Delta. RAYMOND L. CRAIG . . . Mukwonago . . . Agriculture . . . Sad- dle and Sirloin, 4-H Club; Ag. Student Council; Harvest Ball, Chairman; Wisconsin Countrv Magazine, Editor; Militar - Ball, Promotions . . . Alpha Gamma Rho. PHILIP CRAKER . . . Reedsburg . . . Agriculture . Sirloin, Blue Shield, 4-H Club, Livestock Judging Te Theta Sigma. Saddle and . . . Delta CALVIN O. CRAMER Tau Beta Pi, Chi Epsilon . . JAMES CRAWFORD Sigma. . . Prairie du Sa ASCE; ASAE. MARGARET A. CRAWFORD . . El Paso, Texas . . . L S . . . Coranto . . . Cardinal . . . Delta Gamma. DONALD E. CREAGER . . . Manitowoc . . . Education . . . Fencing. PHYLLIS J. CREAGER . . . Manitowoc . . . L S . . . Spanish Club; Wisconsin Plavers ' Production. RICHARD C. CREAGER . . . Manitowoc . . . L S Alpha Phi Omega . . . Hoofers, International Club; Campus Red Cross Drive, Campus Elections, Pledge Pres. Council . . . Acacia. NANCY M. CROAL . . . Wauwatosa Universitv . . , Kappa Kappa Gamma. HOWARD H. CROOKS . . . SaukvilU L S . . . Marquette . L S . . . Asia Club. NANCY E. CROOKS ... La Crosse . . . Education. JEAN M. CULBERTSON . . . Glencoe, III. . . . Home Economics . . . Skidmore . . . Badger Staff; Senior Swingout . . . Kappa Alpha The.a, MARY T. CUNNIEN . . . Madison . . . Gamma Alpha Chi ... Phi Chi Theta, Secretary . . ■ Newman Club; WSGA, Cardinal, Ass ' t Society Editor; Junior Prom; Union Dance Committee . . . Sigma Kappa. 391 . . Waiiwatosa Delta Upsilon. . Lake Geneva . DANll-X S. CURRAN . . . Wai.watosa . . . Business Admniistr tLon . . . Cross Country . JOHN W. CUSACK. . Council . . . Sigma Chi. JOSEPH A. CUTLER . . . Milwaukee . . . Business Administra- tion . . . National International Commission, Chairman; Administrative Council, Chairman, Student U. N. Conference, Chairman . . . Alpha Tail Omega, Treasurer. ANTOINETTE T. CWYNAR . . . Rocklord, 111. . . . Quincv . . . Polish Cluh. VIRGINIA J. CZEBOTAR . . . West Allis . . . B SONJA DAFFINRUD . . . Madison . . . L S . tion; Universitv Chorus . . . Alpha Phi. . Bacteriology. Freshman Orienta- DOROTHY J. DAHNKE . . . New Glarus . . . Dietetics . . . Union Dance Committee . . . Euthenics. ALFRED A. DAITCH . . . Bronx, N. Y. . . . Economics . . . Uni- versitv of Miami . . . Insurance Society; Finance Society; Young Demo- crats, Campus Chest, Chairman, Greek Week; Winter Carnival . . . Phi Sigma Delta. JAMES H. DALLMAN . . . Fond du Lac . . . L S . . . Sigma Alpha Epsilon. ROBERT A. DAMERAU . . . Brandon . . . L S . . . United Student Fellowship . . . Sigma Nu. JOAN A. DAMS . . . Tomah . . . Home Economics . . . Euthenics; Blue Shield. HELEN G. DANIELS . . . Rhinelander . . . Education . . . Delta Gamma. GLENN E. DARKOW Club. MERLYN L. DASSE Students ' Council. . . . Cedarhurg . . . Geology . . . Geology Kendall . . . Education . . . Calvarv Lutheran DONALD K. DAVIES . . . Berlin . . . lournalism . . . Sigma Delta Chi, Pres. . . . University YMCA, Pres. JEAN G. DAVIES . . . Madison . . . Education . . . Film Com- mittee, Co-Chairman; WSA Tours Committee, Gallery Committee; Freshman Orientation; Campus Community Chest . . . Kappa Delta. PAUL G. DAVIES . . . Berlin . . . L S . . . Hoofers, Nautilus So- ciety; Down Campus Committee. BERNARD O. DAVIS . . . Appleton . . . Engineering . . . ASME . , , Freshman Orientation, Cheerleading; Humorology . . . Gymnastics . . . Phi Gamma Delta. JAMES G. DAVIS . . . Delavan . . . L S . , , Summer Board; Waupun Migrant Children ' s Campaign, Chairman, I-F Constitutional Revision, Chairman . . . Tau Kappa Epsilon. JAMES W. DAVIS . . . Ripon Sigma Phi . . . I-F Representative . . Speech Correction . . . Alpha Alpha Epsilon Phi, President. LAWRENCE H. DAVIS . . . Delavan . . . Zoology . . . Carroll College . . . LaFollette House, President; MHA Homecoming, Chair- man . . . Kappa Sigma. 392 MALCOLM C. DAVISON . . . Sun Prairie . . . Music ... Phi Mu Alpha, President . . . Greek Journament of Song, Chairman; Uni- versity Band; A Cappclla Choir; University Orchestra. DONALD R. DAWLEY Band. HAROLD J. DAY Madison MiKvauk Engineering . . . ASCE. JEAN E. DAY . . . Madison . . . Speech ... Phi Beta . . . Wisconsin Pia ' ers; Union Theatre, Senior Class, Secretarv; 1951 Homecoming, Publicity . . . Gamma Phi Beta. WILLIAM H. DAY . . . Oconomowoc . . . Economics . . . Elections, Finance Chairman . . . Sigma Phi, Vice-Pres. DOROTHY A. DEAN . . . [anesville . . . English . . . Summer StvleShou. Orient.ition . . . Gamma Phi Beta, Sec. HARRY J. DEAN . . . Madison . . . Education . . . W Cluh, Golf; Basketball, Manager . . . Kappa Sigma. MARGHERITA DeBERRY ANTHONY W. DeBLAISE Madison . Kenosha Chemistry. . Engineering. Janesville . . . Business Administr GEORGE M. DeBRUIN tion. LEO J. DEBS . . . Madison . . . Engineering . . . Kappa Eta Kappa . . . AIEE, IRE. ALBERT F. DeCESARO . . . Kenosha . . . journalism . . . Sigma Delta Chi . . . Daily Cardinal, Asst. Sports Editor . . . Delta Upsilon. Carleton College American Institutes DONNA M. DECKER . Wausau . . . B A. . . . Alpha Xi Delta. NORMAN E. DECKER . Thorp Phi Kappa Sigma. CURTIS D. DEGENER . . . Markesan . . . Agriculture . . . Alpha Zeta . . Babcock Dairy Science Club, Ag. Student Council . . . Alpha Gamma Rho. CORVIN E. DEGNER . . . Oshkosh . . . Engineering . . . Alpha Chi Sigma . . . Oshkosh State College . . . YGOP. DONNA R. De GROFF . . . New London . . . Pharmacy . . . Kappa Epsilon . . . Rho Chi; Sigma Epsilon Sigma . . . Wis. Pharmaceutical Society; Concert Band, Freshman Orientation; WPhS Executive Council; Professional Panhel. WALTER E. DEIK.E . . . Freeport, III. . . . L S . . . Sophomore Honors, Phi Eta Sigma; Phi Beta Kappa; Phi Kappa Phi . . . Weslev Foundation . . . Cross Country, Capt.; Track . . . Three Squares Club, Treasurer. RICHARD C. DEKOKER . . . Chicago, III. . . . Political Science . . Crime Club . . Pershing Rilles . . . Albion College . . . Militarv Ball 1951, Decorations Chairman, Cross Country, Crew . . . . lpha Tau Omega. MARY E. DELMATER . . . Racine English. DELMAR E. DE LONG . . . Clinton . . . Business Administration . . . Alpha Kappa Psi . . . Marketing Club, Winslow House, Pres.; MHA Cabinet. 393 ROBERT E. DEMERS Milwaukee . . L S . Milwaukee State College, Milwaukee School of Engitieering . . . Newman Club. JEAN F. DEPEW . . . Madison . . . Economics . . . Finance Society, Sec; Summer Stvle Show, Chairman; WSGA Model, 1951 Military Ball Court of Honor, Orientation . , Gamma Phi Beta, President. LESTER J. DEQUAINE . . . Green Bay . . . L S. RHEA DEREN . Milwaukee . . Education . . . Zeta Phi Eta, ' ice-Pres , Sigma Kappa Phi . - . jr. Orchesis; Union Dance and Coffee Hour Committee, Victoria House, Treasurer. DELMAR D. DESENS - , . Appleton . . . Electrical Engineering . - . ICappa Eta Kappa . . . Sophomore Honors . . . MHA Cabinet, MH.A Camera Club, Pres,, Wis. Engineer, Feature Editor, AIEE. CLINTON B. DE SOTO . . Colfax . . L S . . . Eau Claire State . . . Chess Club, Vice-President. MARGARET T. DES ROCHERS Evansville Hoofers University Chorus, Union Theatre Comm., Career Conference Comm. Chairman , . . Kappa .Mpha Theta. THOMAS L. DETIENNE Milwaukee . L S LF. Movie Director; Freshman Orientation, WH.A Pla Theta Pi, President. Pot Pourri; r . . . Be ta VIRGINIA M. DETTMAN Union Dance Committee. . ppleton WILLIAM J. DEVINE . . . Clintonville . . . L S ... Phi Eta Sigma, Delta Sigma Rho, Pres. . . . Student Court, Justice, Homecoming, Arrangements Chrm., Wise. Men ' s Assoc, Scholarship Chrm.; Varsity Debate . . . Sigma Chi, President. DAVE DE VINNEY . . . Columbus . . . Economics . . . Host and Hostess Comm.; University Men ' s Chorus, Sec. and Treas.; Freshman Orientation, Commerce Co-Chairman; Union Activities . . . Chi Psi. JEAN M. DE YOUNG . . . Madison . . . Home Economics . . . Student Board, U. N. Committee; Badger, Activities Junction . . . Pi Beta Phi. PHILLIP A. DIBBLE . . . Baraboo . . . Pre-N Medi Choir. NANCY L. DICKINSON . . . Lake Geneva . - . , Sigma Kappa Phi . . . Willamette University tative, Ann Emery Hall, Pres. . . . Delta Gamma. Speech Correction . WSGA Represen- RUTH M. DIEZ JAMES F. DIXON Spring Dance Comm. Home Economics Wisconsin Dells . . . L S MARTHA J. DOBBS . . . Monroe . . . Education . . . Sophomore Honors; Pi Lambda Theta; Sigma Epsilon Sigma . . . University Chorus; Symphony Orchestra, Concert Band. I CHARLES A. DODSON . . . Whitewater College . . . Sigma . lpha Epsilon. L S , Wis. State SYLVIA A. DOERING . . Racin Beta. WERNER W. DOERING Finance Society . . . Phi Eta Sigma MILDRED B. DOSE Two . . . Occupational Therapy Club. Education . . . Gamma Phi Milwaukee . . . Economics . . . Rivers . . . Occupational Therapy 394 ROBERT F.DOUGLAS. . . Waiiwatosa . . .L S. . .Phi Eta Sigma . . , Orientation . . . Phi Delta Theta. KENNETH W. DOWLING . . . Dodgeville . . . Education. RAY G. DOWLING . . . NcLnah . . . L S . . . Southern Methodist Universit ' . . . Union Games Comni. St. Croix Fails . . . Engineering DENNIS G. DOWNER Mining and Metaiiurgs Cluh. CYNTHIA M. DOYLE . . . East Lansing, Mich. , . . Home Eco- nomics . . . Mills College . . . Senior Dolphin Club; W ' AA. LEONARD J. DOYLE . . . Janesville . . . Pharm.Kv . . . Kappa Psi . . . Camera Club, WPhA. NORA J. DOYLE . . , Reedsburg . . . Home Economics . . . Edge- wood College - . . Orientation Comm. MILTON DRAGINIS . Racine . . . L S LILIAN E. DRAKE . . . Madison . . . Physical Education . . . WAA. JOHN G. DREWS , . . Madison . . . Education . . . W Club, PATRICIA A. DREWS . . . Marshfield . . . L S . . , Sigma Epsilon Sigma. PHYLLIS A. DREWS Union Dance Committee. BETTY J. DRONE . . . Euthenics. River Forest, III. Muscoda SHIELA H. DUBRIN . . Milwaukee Kappa Phi . . . Union Forum Committee. JAMES K. DUCHENES . . . Beloit . . . Political Scien Dance Committee, MHA Social Committee. Home Economics Education . . . Education . . . Sigma Campa ROBERT E. DUDGEON vefsit ' Bands. RICHARD M. DIERR, JR. Therapy Club. ladison . . . Economics , . . Uni- Milwaulcee . . . L S. . . Phvsical ADOLPHE J. DUMONT . , , Evanston, 111. . . . Economics . . . Provc " )st Corps, Adjutant, Dail - Cardinal, Circulation Manager; Spanish Club . . . Sigma Chi. WILLIAM J. DUNDAS . . . Milwaukee . . . L S. LOIS A. DUNN . . . Milwaukee . . . L S . . . Alpha Kappa Delta . . . Senior Swingout; Union Entertainment Committee . . . Delta Zcta. JACK A. DURRA . . , Memphis, Tenn. . . . L S. 395 KARL H. DUTTON . . . Little- Suaiiiao . . . English . . . I ' lii Mii Alph.i . . . MHA Chorus; Union Music Coniniitttc, Union Film Coni- niittL-c, T.irrniu House Secretary; Barhcll Cluh; MHA Library Com- iiiittee. RICHARD D. DUXBURY . . . W ' PhA. Black Ri Falls Pharniac ' RUTH li. HASTLAC;K . . . Oc-s Moinc-s, Iowa . . . English Union Theater Coininittcc; Campus Committee Chest . . . Delta Ga WAYNE A. EASTMAN . . . Madison . . . Agriculture. Madison . . . Landscape SIEGFRIED W. EBERHARDT Architecture. E. LARRY EBERLEIN . . . Wausau . . . L S . . . Phi Eta Sigma; Sophomore Honors . . . Union Dance Committee, Chairman, Union 770 Committee; Sweater Prom; Junior Prom Promotions; MHA judicial Committee; Union Directorate; Union Puhlic Relations Committee, LInion Open House Committee; Orientation, Campus Carnival. LOUIS V. EBERT, III . . . Green Bay . . . L S . . . Spanish Club; International Club. Medellin, Colombia, S. A. SERGIO R. ECHAVARRIA Economics. DONALD J. ECKELBERG . . . Tomah . . . Geologv . . . LaCrosse State Teachers College; Stevens Point State Teachers College. ANNABELLE L. EDGERTON . . . Chicago, 111. . . . L S . Union Crafts Committee ... Pi Beta Phi. ELIZABETH S. EDLER . . . Chippewa Falls . . . Home Econoi . . . Sr. Dolphin, Trcas.;Jr. Dolphin, Pres. ... Pi Beta Phi, Treas. JAMES E. EDWARDS Phi Eta Sigma; Tau Beta Pi Honors . . . AIChE. . Madison . . . Chemical Engineering . . . Phi Lambda LIpsilon, Sophomore High EDWARD G. EEG . . . Newman. JEAN EGGEBRECHT tion . - . Union Dance Con La Crosse . . . Engineering . Va littee u . . . Social Work . Chi Omega. . AIChE . Orienta- WILLIAM D. EHMANN . . . Madison . . . Chemistry ... Phi Eta Sigma . , Sophomore Honors . . . Hoofers, Newman Club, Union Games Comni . . Phi Kappa Sigma. GILBERT H. EICKHORST . . . Racine . . . [ourna Delta Pi, MARCUS A. EIKEN . . . Stoughton . . . Sociology. . Sigma LOIS J. ELLER . . . Madison . . . WAA . . . Campus Carnival . Delta Delta. ROBERT F. EISENGREIN tration , . . Milwaukee E. tension . L S . . . Sigma Epsilon Sigma Extension, Green Bay . . . Delta Milwaukee . . . Business Admini . . Orientation . . . Kappa Sigma. JOHN B. ELLIFF . . . Glencoe, III. . . . Business Administration . . . Campus Carnival, Promotions; Greek Week Open House; IF . . . Phi Gamma Delta. JOAN L. ELLIOTT . . . Madison . . . Education . . . Zeta Phi Eta . . . Activities Junction, Decorations; Orientation, Union Dance Com- mittee; Senior Swingout, Publicity; Elections Committee; Wis. Idea Theatre; Union Theatre Committee . . . Gamma Phi Beta. 396 REBECCA A. ELLIS ology . . . Delta Gamma. BARRY D. ELMAN . ... P. Lambda Phi. MARK. E. EMERSON Kappa. . Appleton . . . L S . . . Wiskits, HiiiDor- Chicago, III. . . . Business Administration . . Chippc-wa Falls . . . Li cS . . . Plii Sigma HOWARD A. ENDRES . . . Madison . . . L S . . . Lambda Ch Alpha. RICHARD F. ENDRES . . . Sauk City . . . Education. WILLIAM R. ENGEL . . . Kenosha . . . Business Administration . . . W Club; Student Athletic Board, Finance Society, President; Com- merce Council, Golf, Team Captain. . Economics . . . Alpha Delta JAMES A. ENGLANDER . . . Milwaukee . . . L S . . . W Club, Scabbard and Blade, W Club Dance, Publicity, Track . . . Pi Lambda Phi. ROBERT W. ENGLE . . Madison Sigma . . . Marketing Club. LENORE L. EPSTEIN . . . Shaker Heights, Ohio . . . L S . . . Monticello College . . . Pot Pourri, Assistant Chrm., Union Film Com- mittee, Huniorology . . . Kappa Alpha Theta. ELSBETH L. ERB . . . Milwaukee . . . L S. Milwaukee . . . Journalisn BYRON W. ERCK. Phi Epsilon. MILTON H. ERDMAN . . . Milwauke AIChE; UW Bands, " Miss Haresfoot of 1951 ' ALBERT E. ERICK.SON Sigma . Engineering Theta Chi. ANN K. ERICK.SON . . . La Crosse . . . Natural Science Education . . . Lawrence College . . . Union Crafts Committee . . . Delta Gamma. DONNA J. ERICKSON . Madison . Euthenics, WSGA Stvie Show . . . Alpha Phi. Home Economics . Agriculture . . . Blu Physical Medicine. EDWARD J. ERICKSON Oss Shield, 4-H Club. MARY A. ERICKSON Milwau NANCY G. ERICKSON . . . Madison . . . Recreation . . . Campus Carniyal, Publicit ' Chm., Prom Promotions, Union Crafts Committee, Chairman; Union Directorate, Careers Conference . . . Delta Zeta. ROBERT C. ERNEST . . . Wild Rose . . . Business Administration . . . Beta Gamma Sigma; Phi Beta Kappa; Phi Kappa Phi. DONALD W. ERNEST . . . Milwaukee . . . Chemistry. ROBERT D. ESPESETH. . . Cameron . . . Agriculture . . . Hoofers; Nautilus Society; W Club; Crew ... Phi Delta Theta. 397 Home Ect)n()niics IJHATRICl-: M. ESSER . . Madisc IjitliL-n.cs . . . [ lca Zcta. MARGARET A. ESSER , , , Pr.unc du Sac . . . L S . . . Union IXiiKc Comni., Union Crafts Conini., Vicf-Prc-sidcnt, Elizabeth Waters H.ill RICHARD (), I ' VANS . . . Monroe . . . Eeonomits . . . Carroll C:( llei;e . . . liname Society. VIRC;iNlA M. EVANS Committee; LSA. NORMAN O. EVERSON . Band; Blue Shield; FFA; 4-H Madison . . . Ediic. . . Milton Junction JAMES A. EVERTS . . . New London . . . Agriculture . . . Saddle and Sirloin; Blue Shield; 4-H; Meats Judging Team, Livestock Judging Team . . . Delta Theta Sigma. JAMES R. PAGAN Epsilon. HAROLD W. EAGER THOMAS R. FALCK . . . Tan Kappa Epsilon. Delta Kappa Kewaunee Green Bav L S. . Engineering JOHN M. FALTER . . . West Bend . . . Agriculture . . . Ag. Student a)uncil, 4-H, Blue Shield; Saddle and Sirloin . . , VV Cluh, Wrestling. MARGERY J. FARNSWORTH . . . Portage . . Natural Science Education . . . Phi Kappa Phi . . . Student Board, Scheders; University Chorus, Union Music Committee; Orientation. SHIRLEY A. FARRAR . . . Madison . . . Home Economics . . . Euthenics Club . . . Wesle ' Foundation. NORMA A. FAUST Mawille Student Association . . . Sigma Kappa. DAVID M. FEIGES BRUCE B. FEIMAN . . . Phi Sigma Delta. Madison . . . Milwauke L S . . . Hoofers, . . . Business Administration SUSAN FEIRN . . . Madison . . . Business Administration . . . National Collegiate Players . . . Wisconsin Players, Vice-President; Wiskits, Technical Director. SHELDON J. FELDMAN Club. Hi JOANN C. FELIX Committee. Milwaukee Prairie du Sac . . . English ... Barbell Union Craft FRED C. FENSK-E . . . Beaver Dam . . . Engineering . . . ASME. RUSSELL W. FENSK.E . . . Milwaukee . . . Engineering . . . Theta Tau, SAE, ASME . . . Milwaukee E. tension. THOMAS E. FERDERBAR . . . Madison . . . Journalism . . . Camera Club, Dail ' Cardinal, Photographer, Badger, Photographer, WSA, Photographer, Octopus, Photographer. 398 DONALD E. FERRARI Society, Treasurer. RUDOLPH V. IHRRARO ASCE. RICHARD L. IICKAU . Milwaukee . . . L S . . . Finaiue . . . Kenosha . . . En ineerin) . . Milwaukee - , , Engmeerlnj; . . . ASME ELMYRA M. FIEREK. . . . Wittenberg . . . Home Economics . . Ag, Countrv Magazine; Euthenics Club; 4-H; Blue Shield. RONALD R. FIEVE . . . Stevens Point . . . Pre-Med ... Eta Kappa Nu, Tau Beta Phi, Nu Sigma Nu . . . Phi Eta Sigma, Secretary; Phi Beta Kappa, Phi Kappa Phi; Sophomore High Honors . . . LSA; Medichoir . . . Sigma Alpha Epsilon. WILLIAM L. FILBEY . . . Fond du Lac . . . Engineering . . , Wis- consin Engineer, Editor; SAME, President . . . Triangle, Vice-President. ROBERT S. FINK. . . . Wilmette, III. . . . Business Administration ... Pi Lambda Phi. SHELDON FINK . . . Chicago, III. . . . Business Administration . . . Phi Eta Sigma; Beta Gamma Sigma; Phi Kappa Phi . . . Baseball; W Club, Treasurer ... Pi Lambda Phi, President. RICHARD A. FINK.E . . . Sheboygan . . . Mechanical Engineering . . . ASME . . . Alpha Delta Phi, Treasurer. DONALD J. FINNESSY . . . Eau Claire . . .Journalism . . . Alpha Phi Omega . . . Lambda Chi Alpha. DONALD A. FIRCHON . Kenosha . . . Education Phi Epsilon Kappa , . , W Club, Track, Cross Crountry . . . Phi Delta Theta. GERHARD H. FISCHER Milwaukee Pharmacy Con- over House Athletic Director. PAUL S. FISHER . . . Rockford, 111. . . . Finance . . . Dolphin Fra- ternity, President, W Club, Secretarv, Swimming, Red Cross Chairman; Homecoming Weekend, General Chairman, Dolphin Water Show, General Chairman; Student Athletic Board . . . Kappa Sigma. ROGER }. FITZGERALD . Milwaukee . . . Pharmacy . Kappa Psi . . Newman Club, Wisconsin Pharmacy Society; Pharmacy Week, Chairman. WILLARD E. FITZPATRICK Legal Fraternitv . , . Sigma Delta Pi . American Club. . Oniro . . . Spanish . . . Timlin . Spanish-Portuguese Club; Latin RICHARD C. FIX . . . Milwaukee . . . Chemistry ... Phi Lambda Upsilon . . . Alpha Phi Omega. MARY C. FLANAGAN ... La Crosse . . . Dietetics ... La Crosse State College . . . Newman Club; Young Democrats, Blood Drive Chairman. TOM J. FLANAGAN . . . Bear Creek . . . Physical Education DONALD R. FLANDETS . . . Fond du Lac . . . Historv . . . Fond Ju Lac Extension, PATRICIA J. FLOO . Milwaukee . . . L S . . . Milwaukee E.vtension. ROCKNE G. FLOWERS . . . Wausau . . . Business Administration . , . Beta Alpha Psi, Alpha Kappa Psi . . . Beta Gamma Sigma; Phi Eta Sigma; Phi Beta Kappa, Sophomore High Honors . . . Commerce Council mdkd WMd 399 LOUISE M. FLUCK. . . . Algoma . . . Medical Bacteriology . . Sigma Epsiion Sigma . . . LSA; Barnard Hall, Treasurer; Orchestra. MILTON E. FOELSKE . . . Milsvaukee . . . Education. NORMAN D. FOLTS . . . Dancn . . . Agriculture ... Phi Eta Sigma Alpha Zeta; Phi Kappa Phi . . . Saddle and Sirloin, Blue Shield; Camer; Cluh, Crew . . . Delta Theta Sigma. ROBERT A. FORSHERG . . Madison . . Agronou Eta Sigma; Alpha Zeta . . . Delta Tau Delta, President. MARY J. FORSTER . Madison . L S . . Zeta 1 Sigma Epsiion Sigma . . . Alpha Phi. ROGER T. FORTNEY . . iroqua . . . Economics. JOAN FOSSHAGE . . . Mount Horeb Kappa Phi . . . Alpha Gamma Delta. WILLIAM B. FOWLER . Wausau FREDERICK W. FOX . . Milwaukee Theta Chi, Vice-President. Sigma Geograph ' . . . L S . . . Track L S . . . Alpha Delta The BETTY J. FRANK. . . Madison . . . Alpha Gamma Delta. JORDON FRANK. . . . Milwaukee . . . Pharmacy ... Phi Eta Sigma, Sophomore Honors, Rho Chi . . . . ' lpha Epsiion Pi. MARY S. FRANK.EL . . . Racine . . . English . . . Delta Gamma. M. PATRICIA FRANKLAND . . . Marinette . . . Speech Correc- tion . . Sigma Kappa Phi . . . Sophomore Honors . . . Union At Ease Committee . . . Alpha Phi. MORRIS C. ERASER East Troy Council, Men ' s Halls Chorus. ALLEN H. FRATER Watertown Tau . . . SAM, SAE ... Phi Kappa Tau. GLORIA A. FRAUTSCHI . . . . . . Delta Gamma. DAVID N. FREDERICKSON . . . ASCE. Engineering . Engineering Senior . Theta Home Economics Engineering A. MARTIN FREDRICK. . . . Pardeeville . . . Agriculture . . . LSA; Babcock Dairy Science Cluh, Food Industry Technologist Cluh . . . Delta Theta Sigma. SALLY J. FREDRICK. Delta Pi . . . Spanish Cluh . . Westfield . . . Education . . . Sigma Senior Banquet, Invitation Chairman. LUETTE D. FREEMAN . . . Toledo, Ohio . . . Speech . . . Bradford junior College . . . Union Music Committee . . . Wisconsin Players . . . WSGA Civilian Defense . . . Kappa Kappa Gamma. JOHN G. FRIEDEL . . . Waterloo . . . Physical Education . . . Phi Epsiion Kappa . . . Football, Student Manager. 400 GLENN A. FREIER . . . Racine . . . Agricult sion . . . Hoofers . . . University Chorus. Racine Exten- Soc.al Work . . . Carroll JOANNE L. FRIBERG . . Waupaca . . . College . . . Dolphin Club . . , Alpha Xi Delta. EUGENIA A. FRIDAY . . . Markesan . . . Home Economics . . . Euthenics; Human Relations Committee, Campus Communitv Chest; Orientation . . . Alpha Phi. MARVIN N. FRIEBERT SAE; AIEE. ELDON L. FRIEDE Badger Villag, Phi Omega. JEROME P. FRIEDRICHS . . Sheboygan Phi Eta Sigma. Milwaukee . . . Engineering . . . Pharmacv . . . Alpha . . . Engineering . . . GUY M. FROEHLIG . . . Little Neck, N. Y . . . Swimming . . . Kappa Sigma. ERNEST FRUEHAUF . . . Green Ba Chi Sigma . . . Phi Eta Sigma . . . AICE. RONALD G. FRYE . . . Kenosha . . Light Building . . . Engineering . . . Alpha Pharmacv . . . APhA. MARY J. FULLER . . . Milwaukee . . . Home Economics ... Phi Upsilon Omicron . . . Euthenics; Ag. Student Council . . . Kappa Delta. BETTY J. FUNK . . . Wauwatosa . . . Speech Correction . . . Zeta Phi Eta, Sigma Kappa Phi . . . Wisconsin Players; Union Forum Com- mittee - . . Washington Unuersitv. RICHARD A. FURCHTENICHT . . . West Salem . . . Eco- nomics . . . Finance Societv . . . Insurance Society. RICHARD N. PURER. . . Milwaukee . . . Inter-Fraternity Council; Octopus; Homecoming Promotions Chrm. . . . Football; Wrestling . . . Sigma Chi. WILLIAM GABLE, JR. . . Madison . . . Education . . Varsity Football. RLISSELL W. GABRIEL . . . Madison . . . Agriculture . . . Saddle and Sirloin. JERRY GAGLIARDI . . Madison. JAMES E. GAGNON . . . Two Rivers . . . Economics . . . Vilas House, President. PATRICIA M. GALE . . . Beloit . . . Applied Art . . . Gamma Phi Beta. CHARLOTTE W. GALLAHER , . . Appltton . . . Home Economics . . . CARE, Chairman . . . Gamma Phi Beta. HELEN M. GALLOGLY . . . Milwaukee . . . Sociology. ROSILYN J. GALST . . . Milwaukee . . . Medical Technolog - . . . .Alpha Delta Theta . . . Liz Waters — Unit II, President. 401 RICHARD D. CALSTAD La Crosse RlJ Cross; IF Ball I ' lii (,.imm.i Delta. RAYMOND (iANKM . . . IVooklvn, NY... L S. KARL !■:. CANHS Milw,iiik«- . , , Afjruiilturc. BARBARA J. GANT . . . BlaiKh.irdvillt . . . L S . . . Crime Club. KATHHRINL GARNOCK . Eau Claire , , Home Economics . . Gamma Phi Beta. ROBERT A. GARSK.E . . . Wausau . . . L S ... Phi Eta Sigma . . . YMCA; University Religious Council; Lutheran Student Associa- tion, Regimental Band; Football Hand. ARLYN M. GAUGER . Milwauket-Downer College Rockhcid . . . Home Economics . . . Alpha Chi Omega. JACK R. GAY . . . Madison . . . Education . . . Union Gallery Chairman, Wisconsin Union Directorate; Men ' s Chorus . . . Sigma Phi. ROBERT G. GEBHARD . . . Chippewa Falls . L S . . . Alpha Phi Omega; YRO; Newman Club. WILLIAM H. GEHRMANN . . . Davenport, Iowa Administration . . . Phi Gamma Delta, President. EUGENE J. GEIGER SAE. Engineering Business . ASME, AUDREY C. GEORGE . . . Milwaukee . . . Medical Technology . . . Alpha Delta Theta . . . Sigma Epsilon Sigma. EARL R. GEORGE . . . West Allis . . . Economics . . . Milwauke Extension . . , Scabbard and Bhide. DAVID A. GERALDSON Phi Eta Sigma . . . YMCA Cabii Rockford. III. . . , Comnier - . Theta Delta Chi, Treasun VELMA T. GERALDSON . , . Rockford, 111 . . . Home Economics Education , . . Sigma Epsilon Sigma, Omicron Nu; Phi Kappa Phi . . . Euthenics . . . Delta Delta Delta. WERNER R. GERHARD . . . Beloit . . . Accounting . , . Beta Gamma Sigma . . . Beloit College . . . Union Games Committee, Humor- ologv; Winter Carnival; LSA . . . Beta Theta Pi. JOHN E. GESSERT . . . Menomonee Falls . . . Accounting . . . Alpha Kappa Psi. ROBERT C. GESTELAND . . . Madison . . . Electrical Engineer- ing . . . Eta Kappa Nu, Iron Cross . . . 1951 Badger, Editor; Summer Student Board; Hoofers Ski Team; Wisconsin Engineer, Associate Editor, IRE . . . Alpha Tau Omega, President. ELISABETH E. GEVERS . . . Longview, Wash. . . . Home Eco nomics . , . W ' ashington State College. Milwaukee . . . Engineering . . . Phi Eti GERALD R. GEYER Sigma . . . AIChE. BARBARA A. GIEBLER . . Elkhart Lak versity Chorus; WHA Minnesingers. Enginee c . . . Education . . . Uni- 402 WILLIAM n. CILARDI . . . Madison . . . L S. MARJORIK A. GILBERT . . . Broadhead . . . Chc-mistiv . Sigma Epsilon Sigma; Sophomore Honors . . . " PNA and DNA Lc in Normal and Ca re inogcMi -Treated Monse Skin. " GEORGE C. C;iLL . . Madison . . . L S . . . Alpha (In Rlio Bridgeville, Pa, . . . Psvchologv SUZANNE GILLEN Delta Gamma. RICHARD O. GILLICK . . . Niagara Falls, N. Y. . . .journalism . . . Job Opportunities Conference, Publicity Chairman; Navv Ball, Arrangements . . . Delta Upsilon. DOROTHY C. GILMAN . . . Port Washington . . . Child Develop- ment . . . Ma|or in Marriage, Ticket Chairman; All Dorm Picnic, Entertainment, Crime Cluh. JEAN F. GIRARD Sigma; Sophomore Hoi Madison . . . Education . . . Newman Club. RICHARD H. GITTER MYRON J. GLASSEN . . Hortonville . . . Madison . . . L S Sigma Epsilon Education. JAMES O. GLATTING Epsilon Kappa. President. GENEVIEVE E. GOAL . . . Gamma Phi Beta. TANA M. GODFRIAUX . . . Madison . . . Dance Secretary, Union Dance Committee; Union Music Comm . Milwaukee . Lake Geneva Education . . . Phi Child Development Orchesis, LARRY D. GODSON . . . Marinette . . . Business Administration . . . Phi Eta Sigma . . . Chamberlin House, Vice-President. WILLIAM H. GOFEN . . . Chicago, III. . . . Badger, Sports Editor; Greek Week; Pot Pourri . . . Zeta Beta Tau, Vice-President. HELEN T. GOLDBERG . . . Milwaukee . . . Correctional Ad- ministration . . . Union Gallery, Theatre and Film Committees; Student Board Personnel Committee; Floofers; WSGA, Secretary; WHA Players; Wisconsin Players; Athenean; Junior Orchesis; Senior Council; Foreign Student Weekends. . South Milwaukee ALAN D. GOMPPER ISA ... Chi Phi. JEAN E. GOODELL . . . Columbus . . . Home Economics Educa- tion . . . Sigma Epsilon Sigma. ERNEST B. GOODMAN . . . Chicago, 111. . . . Business Adminis- tration . . . Scabbard and Blade, Real Estate Society; Wrestling; Foot- ball . . . Alpha Epsilon Pi. JOAN C. GOODWIN Gamma Delta. DORIS B. GORDON . . . . Sophomore Honors . . . . Milwaukee Hillel. 770 Committee . . . Alpha . . Business Administration LORNA D. GOSSETT . . . Wilmette, III. . . . Home Economics . . . Mary Washington College . . . Badger, Office Manager; Military Ball Court of Honor . . . Kappa Kappa Gamma. f Ml 403 MARILYN GOTTSCHALK . . . Shoa-wuud . . . Home- Economics . . . Phi Upsilon Omicron . . . Euthcnics , , . Alpha Gamma Delta. ROHHRT N. CJOTTSCHALK. . . Shoawood . . . Chemical Iji meciirig . , . Phi Eta Sigma . . . AIChE. ROUIK T I.. CKAH . . Madison . . . Geology Phi iua Sigma. . . Education . Administration Kappa . Alpha ESTHERS M. GRAD . Wauwatosa Dclt.i. JOHN I " . GRAF . . . Tomah . . . Biisinc Delta Phi. JO-ANN A. GRANEY . . . Madison . . . Home Economics Educa- tion . . . Stout Institute. PAULINE A. GRANGE . . . Madison . . . L S . . . Lutheran Student Association . . . Alpha Gamma Delta. LOWELL G. GRANT . . . lola . . . Agriculture . . . Delta Theta Sigma . . . Swenson House, Pres., Treas. BENJAMIN B. GRAVES . , . Shawano , . . Business Administra- tion , . , Marching Band . . . Theta Chi. MARILYN C. GREBE . . . Fond du Lac . . . Education . . . Sopho- more Honors . . . Union Library Comm. WILLIAM M. GRECO . . . Racine . . . Business Administration . . . Insurance Society; SAM. BARBARA GREELEY . . . Lancaster, Ohio . . . Chemistry . . . Sigma Epsilon Sigma . . . WA A, Sec. ; Hinrichs, House Pres. ROBERT A. GREEN Racine . Pharmacy Kappa Psi. WALTER V. GREEN . . . Schenectady, N. Y. . . . Metallurgical Engineering . . . Mining Club, Hoofers Club. AUDREY I. GREENLEAF . . . Washington, D. C. ,. . Home Economics Education . . . Euthenics . . . Careers Conference . . . Kappa Kappa Gamma. SAMUEL E. GREENLEE, JR. . . . Chicago, III. . . . L S . . . NAACP, Pres.; W Club . . . Cross Country, track. Union Danskellar Committee . . . Kappa Alpha Psi, Pres. CATHERINE M. GREGERSON . . . Stoughton . . . Education . . . Sigma Epsilon Sigma; Mortar Board . . . Occupation Therapy Club . . . Union Music Comm., Chrm.; Union Directorate . . . Delta Gamma. GORDON A. GREGORY College . . . Sigma Pi. . Janesville . . . Zoology . . . Beloit VERNA M. GREGORY . . . Kenosha . . .Journalism . . . Coranto . . . Sigma Epsilon Sigma . . . Cardinal. GENE S. GRENGS . . . Eau Claire . . . L S. FULLER O. GRIFFITH . . . Madison ... Art Education . . . Alpha Delta Sigma . . . Wisconsin Idea, Art Editor . . . Theta Delta Chi. 404 LOIS A. GRINHAUG . . . Shawano . . . Medical Technology . . . Alpha Delta Theta, ' ice-Prcsiden . . . Sigma Kappa, Treasurer. RUTH N. GRODJESK . . . Arlington, N. J. . . . English . . . Coranto . . . Theta Sigma Phi . . . Daily Cardinal . . . Phi Sigma Sigma. GORDON G. GRONERT . . . Niagara . . . Business Administra- tion . . . Insurance Society . . . Greek Week . . . Delta Tau Delta, Treas. AUBREY W. GROSK.OPF W. foot; Cheerleader . . . Alpha Delta Phi. PHILLIP W. GROSS, JR. Ml aukee Engineering. HARRY E. GROTH, JR. . Wauwatosa . L S . . Phi Eta Sigma . . . Hoofers; Winter Carnival; Noyes House President . . . Sigma Alpha Epsilon. DONALD M. GRUBB Kappa . . . Track. ALFRED GRUBE Psi . . . Hoofers; Ochs BRONKO GRUICHICH ASME. Madison . . . Education . . . Phi Ep.silon rniacv . . . Kappa Engineering . . . Palm Harbor, Fla. . . . Pha r House, Social Chairman. Wauwatosa Agriculture RICHARD GRUNEWALD Alpha Chi Rho. ROBERT E. GRUNWALD . . . Milwaukee . . . Landscape Archi tectiire . . . Landscape Council Ring; Saddle and Sirloin; SAM. CELJIE F. GUDERYON . . . Hartland . . . Home Economics . . Euthenics. MARIETTA A. GULBRANSON . . . Burlington . . . Economics . . . Student Alliance . . . Senior Swingout, Union Commons Committee . . . Chi Omega. DOROTHY A. GUMM . . . West Bend ... Art Education. RAYMOND T. GUSTAFSON . . Marinette . . . Pre Med . . . MHA Workshop; MHA Public Relations. HANNA R. GUTMAN DONALD P. HAAS . . . Racin Eta Sigma . . . ASME, Hoofers. MARILYN J. HAAS . . . John; Chi Omega. Milwaukee . . . L S. Mining . . . Tau Beta Pi; Phi Alpha DOLORES A. HABECK. . . . Wauwatosa . . . Med. Tech. . . . Alpha Delta Theta . . . Campus and Dorm. Orientation. RICHARD B. HABERK.ORN . . . Oshkosh . . . Business Admin- istration. RICHARD T. HAENLE . . . La Grange Park, 111. . . . L S . . . Varsity, Wrestling; Hoofers; Finance Society . . . Phi Delta Theta. 405 rRllD i:. HACHDORN . . . Slu-Hovg.ui . . . Engineering . . . Eta K.ipp.i Nu . . AIEE. CAROLYN J. HACiEMANN . . , Mauston . . . Education. DONNA M. HAHN . . . La Crosse . . . Music Education . . . Sigma Alpha Iota, XicL-Pres, . . . Concert Band: Symphony Orchestra, Vice- I ' res., Dornisvlvania, Duchess. LAWRENCE A. HAIGH ASME. WILLIAM A. HAK.ER Socictv. . . Green Hay . . . Engineering . . . Milwaukee . . . Economics . . . Finance CYRIL F. HALADA . . . Algoma . . . Agriculture . . . 4-H Club; Blue Shield; Saddle and Sirloin; Ag. Student Council; Wis. Country Magazine, Editor. SCOTTEN K. HALE . . . Washburn . . . Agriculture . . . Marketing Club; Saddle and Sirloin, Blue Shield, Ag. Student Council; Wis. Country Magazine, Poultrv Club, Pres. JAMES B. HALFERTY Cabinet. . . Lancaster . . . Economics . . . MH. PATRICIA A. HALL . Theta . . . Macak-ster . . . Ne . Wheaton, III. u Student Week . . . L S . . . Phi Chi . . Chi Omega. WILLIAM A. HALL . Kappa Alpha Sturgeon Bay . . Engineering ... Pi LLOYD I. HALLADAY . . . Salem . . . Education . . . Kenosha and Racine Extensions . . . Badger Christian Fellowship. WALTER HALPERIN . . . Chicago, III. . . . Business Administra- tion . . . Scabbard and Blade . . . Alpha Epsilon Pi. CURTIS H. HALVORSON . . . Milwaukee . . . Zoology. HAROLD E. HAM ANN . . . Sheboygan Falls . . . Correctional .administration. PHILLIP H. HAMMEL . . . Kenosha . . . Economics . . . Insurance Society, International Club, Student Board. EILEEN M. HAMMERLY . . . Albany . . . Education . . . Orienta- tion . . . Sigma Kappa, President. ROBERT H. HAMRE . . . Berlin . . . Chemistry . . . AIChE. HILDA A. HANEN . . . Calgarv, Alberta, Canada . . . L S . . Sigma Kappa Phi, Zeta Phi Eta . . . Wisconsin Plavers, WHA Plavcrs . . . .■ lpha Epsilon Phi. Manitowoc . . . Child Development ANNE E. HANNEMAN . . . Euthenics. JOHN M. HANSEN . . . Racine , . . L S. KENNETH H. HANSEN . . . Frederic . . . L S 406 BORG HANSON . . . Evansville . . . Business Administration . . . Marketing Club. DONALD B. HANSON . . . Racine . . . Engineering ... Phi Eta Sigma, Tau Beta Pi . . . Mining and Metallurgy Club, Vice-President. HARRY R. HANSON . . . Bloomer . . . Agriculture . . . Babcock Dairv Science, Food Tech Club. LEROY J. HANSON . . . Suring . . . Agriculture . . . Saddle and Sirloin, 4-H, . g. Student Council; Little International, Chairman, Tickets Chairman; University Meats Team; University Livestock Team; Country Magazine Board of Control, President. MARILYN J. HANSON . . . Viroqua . . . Home Economics Educa- tion . . . Euthenics . . . Alpha Chi Omega. SUSAN C. HANSON . . . Evansville . , . Home Economics and Education. IRENE E. HARFF . . . Sheboygan . . . Education . . . Sigma Lambda . . . Scheders, President; Orientation; Winter Carnival, Campus Carnival . . . Gamma Phi Beta. Engineering KEITH L. HARMS . Milwaukee Beta Pi, Phi Lambda Upsilon . . . AIChE. BETTE F. HARPER . . . Haverford, Pa. . . . Economics . . . Mount Holyoke . . . Kappa Kappa Gamma. JOAN P. HARRIS . . Hoofers; Campus Chest . . THOMAS I. HARRIS GEORGE M. HART Society . . . Phi Sigma Delta MARY V. HARTMAN . . . Monroe . . . Education . . . Sigma Lambda . . . MacMurray . . . International Club, Gallery Comm.; Kick Off Dances, Decoration Chairman . . . Gamma Phi Beta. Avenel, N. [. . . L S . . . Neu man Club, Sigma Kappa. , . Madison . . . L S . . . Wa land Club. . Milwaukee . . . Economics . . Insurance SHIRLEY P. HARVEY . . . Baraboo Euthenics, Commonwealth Club. STANLEY R. HASKINS . . . Madison Blade. Home Economics . . . L S . . . Scabbard and FREDERICK. E. HATCH Sauk Ste. Mane, Mich. MARGARET S. HAUGEN . . . Evanston, 111. . . . Speech . . . Zeta Phi Eta, President . . . Union Gallery Committee; Wisconsin Players, Wiskits; Professional Pan-He! . . . Delta Delta Delta, Sec. MARIANNE HAVEY . . . Madison . . . Applied Arts . . . Sigma Lambda . . . Homecoming Ball, Decorations Co-Chairman; Union Crafts Committee; Career ' s Conference . . . Kappa Kappa Gamma. WILLIAM C. HAWLEY . Baldwin . ] House . . . Kappa Sigma. VIRGINIA R. HAY Old Lvne, Conn. . THOMAS N. HAYDEN . . . Fond du Lac . . . Newman Club; International Club. L S . . . . Politi. Phi Beta, al Science 407 ■■ - Kl ' THERl-ORD P. HAYES . . . Sw irthmorc, P;i. . . I. S . . SL.ihh.irJ .inJ Bl.iJc . . . Intcrfraternity Council . . . Alpha Delta Phi. FREDERICK. A. HECKEL . . . Manitowoc . . , Economics . . St. |ohns University; St. Norbc-rt ' s College . . . Campus Carnival, Publicity Chairman, ' job dpportunitv, IF Rushing Program . . . Delta Upsilon, Sec. ANDREW V. IIIIIERNON Madii Agncultu BETTY J. HEGG . . . Madison . . . L S. DONALD M. HEGG . Green Bay . . L S . . . Arnold A Society, President. EARL T. HEGNA . . . Colfax . . . L S . . . Phi Eta Sigma. W ' iLiwatosa . . . Engint-ering . . . Theta Kappa ALLAN E. HEINRICH Tau. JOHN G. HEINSOHN ... St. Croix Falls . . . Business Adminis- tration . . . Alpha Phi Omega . . . Wisconsin Hoofers; Lower Slobovia, Entertainment Chairman. WILLIAM E. HEINZ . . Milwaukee . . Psi . . . American Pharmaceutical Association. FLORIAN H. HEISER . . . Sauk City . . RUDOLPH A. HEISER . . Watertown Phi Epsilon O. WILLIAM HELD . . Wauwatosa . . . Extension . . , Finance Society. . L S. . . . Economics . . . Sigma Economics . . . Milwaukee FRANCES E. HELDERS . . . Chicago, III. . . . Chemistry . . . Sigma Epsilon Sigma . . . Student Elections, Polls Chairman; Women ' s Careers Conference; Ann Emmer ' Hall, Sec. . . . Delta Gamma, Treas. CLARA HELGEBY . . . Flint, Mich. ... Phi Beta . . . Dolphin; International Club, Scandinavian Club; Campus Entertainment Com- mittee, 770 Club Entertainment; Campa Entertainment; Greek Week Entertainment, Senior Picnic Entertainment. JOAN F. HELLER lege . . . Orientation . . Appleton . Pi Beta Phi. Education Lav •Col- WAYNE F. HEMBERGER WILLIAM R. HEMPHILL Phi Epsilon, Vice-President. JOHN W. HENDRICKS tration . . . Scabbard and Blade Graduate. Madison . Abbotsford L S. . L S Sigma . . Appleton . . . Correctional Admin is- Sec, ; Dramatics; Distinguished Military DELMAR G. HENDRICK.SON . . . Madison . . . Education . . . Military Police Honor Guard . . . Sigma Chi, Sec. THOMAS E. HENLEY . . . Arcadia . . . English . . . Dogrin Party; Badger Senior Council . . . . lpha Tau Omega. CLIFFORD D. HENRY .Agriculture. 408 PATRICIA A. HERFORT . . . Bamboo . . . Hoiiil- Economics . . . Wisconsin Hoofers, Sec; Kickolf Ball, Decoration Chairman. CARL P. HRRRHID . . . Blair . . Education , , . Kaskethall Sigma Chi. ALBERNA M. HERRICK . . . Madison . . . L S . . . Senior Swinj;- out; United Student Fellowship: Tours Committee; Whisketticut WSGA. VIRGINIA F. HERRIED . . . Verona, N. j. . . . Applied Art . Union Entertainment; Symphony Orchestra; Women ' s Chorus; Harp Choir . , . Alpha Chi Omega. MICHAEL J. HETTINGER . . . Ripon . . . Business Administra- tion . . . Alpha Kappa Psi . . . Marketing Club; Finance ... Phi Gamma Delta. ROBERT S. HICKS . . . Madison . . . Business Administration . . . Christian Science Organization . . . Theta Delta Chi. RONALD A. HICK.SON Societw Insurance Societv. GEROLD F. HIEMER . . . Sigma Delta Omega. NANCY HIGGINS Walworth . . . Economics . . . Finance . . Milwaukee . . . Engineering . . . AIChE Madison . . . Political Science. CARL F. HILDEBRAND . . . Sheboygan . . . Business Adniinistra- ticn . . . Interfraternitv Congress . . . Delta Sigma Phi, Treas. ROGER K.. HILDEBRAND . . . Sheboygan . . . Agriculture . . . Food Technologv Club; Babcock Dairy Science . . . Delta Sigma Phi. WILLIAM E. HILDEBRANDT . . . Wrightstown . . . American Institutions . . . Delta Epsilon . . . MHA Cabinet; Siebeckcr House President; MHA Loan Committee, Chairman; MHA Alumni Committee. LESTER B. HILDEN . . Cashton Club; Siehecker House, Vice-Pres. Agriculture . . . Scandina JOSEPH R. HILL RC:)GER J. HILL Marinette . . . L S . . . WHA Players. Superior . . . Engineering. DON A. HILLER . . . Milwaukee . . . Commerce . . . Interfraternitv . . . Sigma Alpha Epsilon. MARVIN L. HINKE . Stanley . . . L S CAROLYN E. HINRICHS . . . Washington, D. C. .. . Education . . . Dolphins; Hoofers, Ice Cabaret, Chairman; Freshman Orientation Teas, Homecoming Decorations; ILS Council. Honolulu, Ha L S RICHARD T. HIROKAWA . . . . Physical Therapy Club. ANITA HIRSCH . . . Chicago, 111. . . . L S ... Phi Kappa Phi, Sigma Delta Pi . . . Lincoln Lodge, Pres.; Sophomore Honors; Union Dance Entertainment Committee. BONNIE J. HIRSCH . . . Eau Claire . . . Sigma Kappa Phi . . . Wisconsin State College, Eau Claire . . . Student Board, International Relations Committee, Badger Staff; Union Theater Committee. 409 ROBERT E. HIRSCH . . . Milw.iuk«- . . . Civil Engineering . . . ASCE . . . Hoofer Sailing CliiH. GEORGE H. HODSDON . . . Mdlen . . . Education . . . Nautilus Sotiets; United Student Fellowship; MHA Cabinet; All Dorm Picnic, Piihlicitv Cliaiinian; MHA Store Committee. RAYMOND H. HOEFT . . . . Sigma Delta Omega. , Milwaukee . . . Electrical En gineering GWENDOLYN J. HOEL . . . Rhinelander . . . Business Adminis- tration . , , Sigm;i Epsilon Sigma . . . Senior Council; Financial Com- mittee; United Student Fellowship. MARJORIE A. HOFFBERG . Flushing, N. Y. . . . Education . . , Union Gallery Committee, Hillel Organization. NANCY M. HOFFLAND , . . M.idison . . . Phvsical Medicine . . . Physical Therapv Cluh . . . Chi Omega. Milwaukee . . . Engineering . Cedarburg . . . Pharmac) AIChE. . Kappa JOHN P. HOFFMAN WAYNE C. HOFFMANN Psi . . . Boxing. ANNE HOLDEN . . . Madison . . . Applied Art . . . Sigma Lambda . . . Sigma Epsilon Sigma; Mortar Board . . . Union Music Committee; Union Gallerv Committee, Student Board; Campus Carnival, Oricnta- RICHARD L. HOLDER . Black River Falls . . L S. ANTON J. HOLICEK . Milwaukee . . . L S. RICHARD J. HOLLANDER Huntington Station, N Y . . L S . . . Phi Eta Sigma . . Student Board; Campus Carnival, Sophomore Honors . . . Alpha Epsilon Pi ETHELINE A. HOLMES . . . Madison . . . Education. JANET J. HOLMES ... La Salle, III. . . . English . . . Univcrsitv of Illinois . . . Svmphonv Orchestra . . . Gamma Phi Beta. GEORGE F. HOLT . . . Kenosha . . . Pharmacv ... Phi Eta Sigma . . . Wisconsin Pharmaceutical Association, Wesley Foundation Student Association . . . Alpha Phi Omega. MARY-LOUISE HOLT Activities Bureau, Orientation Milwaukee . . . Home Economics . . Delta Delta Delta, Pres. ROBERT J. HOLT . . . Madison . . . Pharmacy . . . Wisconsin Pharmaceutical Association; American Pharmaceutical Association. RICHARD R. HOLVENSTOT . . . Washburn . . . L S. EARL K. HOLZ . . . Milwaukee . . . Engineering . . . Mining and Metal lurgv, ASM, Sophomore Honors. RITA E. HOLZER . . . Lancaster . . . Applied Art . . . Gamma Alpha Chi, Treas.; ISA, Professional Pan-Hel, Sec, ISA " December Dream, " Decorations Chairman. SHIRLEY L. HOPK-INS . . . Montclair, N. J. . . . Home Economics . . . Chevy Chase Junior College . . . Orientation, Commons Com- mittee . . . Delta Delta Delta. 410 ALEXANDER HOPP . . , Sheboygan . . . Political Science. BETTE M. HORN . . , Two Rivers . . . Education . . . Unii Forum Committee. ROBERT L. HORNECK. . . . Fond du Lac . . . L S ... Phi Ganii Delta. HARRY W. HORNING, JR. . . . Milwaukee . . . Education . . Haresfoot . . .Chi Phi. JAMES C. HORTON . . . Oshkosh . . . Agriculture . . . Alpha Zeta . . . Blue Shield; FFA; Union Crafts Committee, Associate Chmn , Student Board Awareness Committee; Lower Slobovia Dance, Chair- man; Dorm Blood Drive. ROBERT N. HOSRIN Wausau L S ... Phi Eta Sigma, DOROTHY HOUGHTON Rochester, N Y JOHN K. HOVIND . Eau Claire . . . . Real Estate and Light Building Assoc. Business Administration . Chi Phi, President. RICHARD K.. HOWARD . . . Madison . . . Pre Med ... Phi Chi . . . Pershing Ritles; Men ' s Chorus, Medichoir, Orientation; Dis- tinguished Military Student . . . Kappa Sigma. ARTHUR HOWARTH, JR. . Oshkosh . . . Electrical Engineer- ing . . . Kappa Eta Kappa , . . AIEE; IRE; Polygon Board, President. CHARLOTTE L. HOWLAND . . . Shehovgan . . . Occupational Therapy . . . College of St. Scholastica . . . Occupational Therapy Club, President. DAVID G. HOWLAND Mer Dance Committee; A Cappella Choir President. . . Education . . . Campa Tau Kappa Epsilon, Vice- DALE L. HOYT . . . Badger . , , Dairv Industry . . . Babcock Club, FRANK. HROVAT . . . Milwaukee . . . Commerce . . . Real Estate and Home Building Association. ELAINE J. HRUPKA Teaching . . , LSA. Kenosha . . . Ward Management and ALLAN P. HUBBARD . . . Kenosha . . . Business Administration . . . Delta Epsilon . , , Men ' s Halls Association, Vice-Pres.; MHA Cabinet, MHA Open House, Tours Chairman. vauke En gin ing. Sigma HARVEY G. HUBERT Mi Delta Omega ... Bar Bell Club, VICTOR R. HUEBNER . . . South Milwaukee . . . Agricultun . . . Delta Theta Sigma . . . Babcock Dairy Science Club, Band, RUTH E. HUEHNEL , , , Wauwatosa , , . L S . , , Sophon Honors , . . Dance Committee, Squire Hall, Treas. . . . Delta Zeta. LAWRENCE M. HUFF Newman Club, President. JOHN B. HUGHES . . . . . . Richmond, 111. . . . Commerce Winnebago . . . Pre Med. 411 PHYLLIS P. HULBERT . . . Racine . . L S . . . Sigma Epsilon Sij;ma . . . Hillcl Rtvic-w, Editor. LEO P. HULICK . . . Janesville . . . ComriKrcc . . . Student Marketing Assoc; Liiedtke House, Treasurer. JUNE D. HIJMRE Work Club; WSGA. Shehoygan Soc Work Soc. a I HELEN K. HUMPHREY . . . Wausau . . . Comparative Liurature . . . Young Republicans; Careers Conference; Orientation . . . Alpha Phi, Secretary. LOIS C. HUSMAN . . . Gillett . .. . Physical Education . . . Women ' s Physical Education Club, President; WAA, President; WAA Board. PHYLLIS L. HUSTEDT . . . Eau Claire . . . Recreation . . . Recrea- tion Club; WAA Board. BARBARA F. HUSTON . . . Roseville, 111 Bureau; WAA Board . . . Kappa Delta. HAROLD E. HUTH . . Madison Saddle and Sirloin; FFA. Union .Activities Agriculture Education . . . CHARLES H. HLITSON . . . Hillsboro . . . Agriculture . . . Delt Thcta Sigma . . . Saddle and Sirloin; Little International Winner. RICHARD D. HUXTABLE . . Madison . . . Education. NORBERT J. HYNEK. . . . Mcnomonee Falls . . . Light Building . . . Sigma Lambda Chi, President . . . Newman Club; Real Estate and Home Building Assoc. . . . Sigma Nu. ANTHONY E. lAIZZO ASCE. Keewatin, Minn. Engii ing PALIL E. IBACH . . . Madison . . . Business Administration . . . Orientation . . . . lpha Tau Omega. JOHN G. IMSE . . . Milwaukee . . . Commerce . . . Kappa Sigma. Business Adminis- STANLEY R. INDERBERG Madison :ion. HARVEY P. INGELSE S. E, ASME. THOMAS T. INGLIS JULIAN K. INSTEEJORD Psi - , - WPhA. Sheboygan Fall Engineering Madison . . .Journalism. Osseo . . . Pharmacv Kappa PEGGY L. ISHMAEL PHILLIP D. ISRAEL . . . BEVERLY D. IVERSON Epsilon Sigma. Madison . . . L S. Milwaukee . . . Chemistry. . . . Antigo . . . Education Sign 412 MARY M. JACKSON . . Wausau . . . L S . . . Cardinal; Wis- consin Players. PATRICIA M. JACKSON ... La Crosse . . . Sociology . . . Stcphc-ns College . . . Italian Club . . . Alpha Phi. WILLIAM JACOBSEN . . . Racine . . . Light Building Industry . . . Ochsner House, Vice-Pres.; Real Estate and Light Building Asso- ciation. CORINNE D. JACOBSON . . . Milwai Signia Kappa Phi . . . WSGA. ELMER J. JACOBSON . . . Green Bay . JAMES L. JACOBSON . . Cottage Grov Epsilon. ikee . . . Education . . . . Education. . . . L S . . . Tau Kappa MARJORIE D. JACOBSON . . . Chicago, III. . . . L S. EUGENE P. JACOBY . . Kaukauna . . . Engineering . . . SAE, ASME. MARIANNE P. JAGODZINSKI . . . Krakow . . . History. DANIEL F. JAHN . . . Madison . . . L S. BARBARA L. JAHNS . . . Sycamore, III. . . . Recreation . . . Senior Swingout; Orientation; Humorology; Junior Prom; Homecoming; Campus Carnival . . . Kappa Delta, President. WILLIAM F. JANOVETZ . . . Milwaukee . . . Economics . . . Finance Club. LYNN D. JANSON . . . Milwaukee . . . Showerman House, President. NANCY JARDINE . . . Waupaca . . . JAMES A. JARVIS . . . Madison . . .Thcta Delta Chi. . . . Business .Administration . L S . . . Gamma Phi Beta. Civil Engineering . . . .ASCE CLYDE A. JAWORSKI . . Mihvauk tion . . . SAM. KEITH A. JEFFERY . . . Appleton . . SHIRLEY A. JEFFERY . . . Madison Kappa, President. . . . Business . dministra- Business .Administration. . . Education . . . Sigma MARY K. JEFFRIES . . . Shawano . . . Journalism . . . Wiskits, Panhcllcnit .Association, President; Student Alliance . . . .Alpha Chi Omega, Vice-President. RICHARD E. JENSEN . . . lola . . . Music Education ... Phi Mu .Alpha . . . Tournament of Song, Co-Chairman. JAMES E. JENTZ .Alpha Delta Sigma . . . . Appleton . . Hoofers; SAM. Business .Administration 413 MIIRI.HY A. JliVNl-: . Eau Claire . . . Home- Eu)m)mrts - , I ' hi UpMlon Oiiiaron, ' ii.i.-Pr«ident . . . Studfiit Board; Hoofers, HutheniLS, Winter Carnival, Elizabeth Waters Dorm, President. CHARLES R. JEWELL . . . Madison . . . Business Administration . Beta Alpha Psi. RDBERT E. JOBIN . . . Ferndale, Mich. . . . Economics . . . VMC. , Milii.Mx Ball, Homecoming, Lutheran Student Choir . . . Chi Phi. JOHN E. JOCHEM Honors . . . Band. Cedarburg . . . Commerce . . . Sophomore CHARLES W. JOHNSON CLARENCE E. JOHNSON Racine . . . Engineering . . . ASCE. . Wausaulcee . . . Chemistry. DOROTHY M. JOHNSON . . . Chippewa Falls Economics . . . Freshmen Orientation ... Pi Beta Phi. EDWARD C. JOHNSON . and Blade . . . Beta Theta Pi. GAYLORD M. JOHNSON . ing . . . ASCE ... Pi Kappa Alpha Home . Fort Thomas, Kv. . . . Scabbard . . Milwaukee . . . Civil Engineer- JAMES P. JOHNSON Political Science. JEAN E. JOHNSON Theta. LEONARD C. JOHNSON Alpha Zeta. . Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada . . . Madison . . . Education ... Pi Lambda Blue River . . . Agriculture . . . MARIANNE L. JOHNSON . . . Sturgeon Bav . . . Education . . . Sigma Kappa Phi . . . Elizabeth Waters, N ' ice-President, Campus Chest, Scholastic Workshop. PHYLLIS C. JOHNSON . . . Belvidere, III. . . . L S ... Phi Beta . . . University of North Carolina . . . National Collegiate Players; Wisconsin Players; WHA; Careers Conference, General Chairman . . . Alpha Chi Omega. ROY L. JOHNSON . , . Elmwood . . . Engineering . . . ASCE. SILAS G. JOHNSON . . . Madison . . . Business Administration . . . Basketball; W Club . . . Alpha Delta Phi. DORIS E. JONES . . . Milwaukee Delta. LEONARD C. JONES Education . . . Delta Delta Business .• dministration. ROBERT H. JONES . . . Appleton . . . Agriculture . . . Military Hall, Food Technologv Club. BETTY M. JORDAN . . West Bend . . . L S. GERALD A. JUNG . . . Wauwatosa . . . Agriculture , . . Alpha Zeta . . . Freshmen Orientation; 4-H Club . . . Delta Theta Sigma. 414 JAMES M. JUSTF.SEN . . . Mosinoc . . , Ednaition . . , I ' hi Upsil.m Kappa . , . Baskc-tball. GORDON R. KAASA . . . Columbus . . . Business Administration . Alpha Delta Sigma . . . Sophomore Honors . . . Senior Council, IVtopus, Business Manager, Student Conduct Committee; Dorm Chorus, Band. RUSSELL T. K.ACMARYNSK.E . . . Green Bay . . . Engineering . . . ASME . . . Sigma Alph.t Epsilon. PATRICIA A. K.AEMPFER . West Bend . L S CHARLOTTE J. K.AEMS . . . Shehovgan . . . L S , . . Sophomore Honors, Sigma Epsilon Sigma . . . Sigma Delta Pi . . . Winter Carnival, ANNE K.AHN Phvsical Medicine BERNARD H. KAILIN . - . Madison . . . Business Administration . . . International Club . . . Hillel. MARY C. KALFSBEEK. . . . Eau Claire . . . Medical Technology . . . Alpha Delta Theta ... Pi Beta Phi. ROSEMARY A. K.ALFSBACK . . . Madison . . . Speech Correc- tion . . . Phi Beta, President . . . Alpha Gamma Delta . . . Wisconsin Idea Theater, Campus Carnival; Campa Union Committee; Tours Com- mittee, Communiti Chest. . . Education. ' aLikee . . . Journalism JACK S. KALKOSK.E . . . Neenah SONA S. KALOUSTIAN ... Mi Coronto. CLARK KALVELAGE . . . Milwaukee . . . Journalism . . . Sigma Delta Chi . . . Daily Cardinal, Spores Editor . . . Chi Psi, Vice-President. RICHARD J. KAMPS . . . Appleton . . . Economics. BARBARA J. KANE . . . Monioe . . . Home Economics . . . Rosary College . . . Union House Committee; Careers Conference . . . Chi Omega. WILLIAM J. KARN ingClub. L S . . . SAM MARY E. KARWEICK . . . Appleton . . . Home Economics At Ease Union Committee; Orientation . . . Alpha Gamma Delta. DOROTHY KASSON Phi Alpha . IRE ORRIN C. KASTE . . . Alma . . . Electrical Engineering . . . . . . Phi Eta Sigma; Eta Kappa Nu. Tau Beta Pi; Sophomore Honors Polygon. ROBERT P. KASTEN , . . Milwaukee . . . Pharmacv . . . Kappa Psi . . . Newman Club . . . APhA; WPhA. ALBERT M. KATZ . . . Janesville . . . Business Administration . . . Union Commons Committee . . . Humorology . . IF Council . . . Alpha Epsilon Pi. GERALD J. KATZ . . . New York, NY... L S. md 415 ■RpHHlK k ' RONALD L. K.ATZ . . . Brooklyn, N. Y. . . , L S . . . Alpha Phi Oim y.i . Phi lira Simula . . . International Club; Orchesis; Wisconsin l ' la cTs; Crew; ShuUlc Shop, Yi- G.ith Inn, PrcsiJt-nt. ROBERT KAUFIVIAN ( ' luh . . . Octopus. JOAN M. RAYE House Committee . . Signui Kappa. I,«iS . . MHA Camera , . , Hoofers , . . Union WILLIAM W. K.EAN . Madison . . . History. DANIEL P. KEDZIE . . . Milwaukee . . . Business Administration . . . insurance Societ . JACKIE D. KEE . . . Mound City, Mo. . . . L S. DENNIS W. K.EHOE . . . Watertown . . . Education . . . Sigma IX-lta Pi . . . Spanish Cluh; Portuguese Club, Newman Club; Boxing. CLIFFORD G. KELLER . . . Milwaukee . . . Pharmacy . . . APhA . . . Kappa Psi. HERBERT A. KELLER . . . Milwaukee . . . Education ... Phi Epsilon Kappa . . . V Club; Gymnastics, Captain. ROLLAND F. KELLOGG . . . Power, W. Va. . . . Chemistry . . Newman Cluh; American Chemical Society . . . Phi Kappa Sigma. ROBERT E. KELLS . . . Milwaukee . . . Economics . . . Milwauk. Extension . . . Delta Sigma Pi. BARRY M. KELTON . . . Belvidere, III. tion . . . WSA, Marketing Club; Union Libra . . Business Administra- Committee; Hillel. CASIMIR KENDZIORSKI . . . Mihvauke Theta Tau . SAE, ASME, Polygon Board. Engineering . . . . Prom . . . Beta AVERY B. KESSLER . . . Madison ... Li Theta Pi. JAMES J. KESSLER . . . Wauzeka . . . Business Administration . . Alpha Delta Sigma . . . Marketing Club, ILS Student Council; Men ' s Hall ' s Store, Manager. PHYLLIS E. KETTELHON . . . Columbus . . . Nursing . . . Alpha Chi Omega. CAROL L. KETTER . . . Milwaukee . . . Nursing . . . Sigma Epsilon Sigma. PHYLLIS L. KETTER . . . Milwaukee . . . Nursing . . . Sigma Epsilon Sigma. CONSTANCE J. KEUCHEL . . . Lake Geneva . . . American In- stitutions . . . Crucible . . . Senior Swingout; WSGA Personnel Com- mittee, Chairman; Student Board; Wisconsin Players; Panhellenic Council . . . Kappa Alpha Theta. JOHN J. KIEHLBAUCH SHIRLEY ' A. KIENITZ . . Sturtevant . . . L S. Stratford . . . L S . . . French Club. 416 DOUGLAS R. KILDAY Sigma. FREDERICK O. KILE Mil Student Association Convention . . FRED KILGUST . . . Madison . vaukee . . . L S . . . LSA; National ThetaChi. . . Political Science. CURT C. KIMPFBECK . . . Racine . . . International Relations . . . Delta Sigma Pi. WILLIAM E. KINDT . . . Milwaukee . . . Economics . . . Scahhard and Blade. JEAN M. KING . . . Providence, R. I. . . . International Relations . . . Newman Club; International Club; YGOP, Hoofers . . . Theta Phi Alpha, Treas. . Oshkosh . . . Engineering . . . AIEE . KENNETH O. KING . Eta Kappa Nu; Tau Beta Pi ARLYN W. KINKEL . . . Waupun ... Phi Eta Sigma; Sophomore Honors . . . Rho Chi . . . MHA Cabinet; WAPhA. PETER F. KINTIS Kappa . . . Gymnastics. Milwaukee . . . Education . . . Phi Epsilon B. WILLIAM KIPPENHAN . . . Madison . . . Engineering . . . AIEE, CARL A. KIRCHER . . . Barton . . . Pharmacy . . . Delta Sigma Pi. RICHARD J. KIRCHNER . . . Schenectady, NY... Education . . . Phi Epsilon Kappa . . . Phi Eta Sigma . . . Nautilus Soc iety, Treas.; YMCA, Executive Council. JAMES A. KITTRICK Zeta . . . Phi Eta Sigma, Phi K. DONALD R. KITZROW Alpha Delta Phi. DAVID H. KLANN N ... Chi Phi. Milwaukee . . . Agr Milwaukee . . ukee . . . L S . ulture . . . Alpha Economics . . . . Finance Society . Sheboygan Oostburg . . L S Home Economii CHARLES E. KLESSIG Corps ... Pi Kappa Alpha. EVELYN V. KLESSIG Central College. ROBERT H. KLETZIEN . . . Menomonee Falls . . . Business Administration . . . Symphony Orchestra; Christian Science Organiza- tion. DOLORES L. KLIWICKY . . Kenosha . . . English. ALFRED H. KLUGE . . . Sheboygan . . . Business Administration . . . Campus Carnival, Tickets . . . Delta Tau Delta. EDWARD J. KLUME . . . Greenwood . . . Business Administration . . . Alpha Phi Omega Newi 1 Club. 417 M kdM JOHN k. KNOKK , . , IVslikr . . . liritonii)li Ky . . . Alpli.i Zt-t.i . . . SciplioiiH.rr Honors. GERHARD I I-. KNOl ' . . R.icinc . . . Civil Kiif iixrriiij; . . . ASCE. LOIS M. K.NUDSON . . . Brooks . . . Occupational Therapy . . . OT Club; Union Crafts Committee; Humorology. FRANCIS F. KOBLITZ . . . Coli.mbus . . . Chemistry. LYNNF J. KOCH . . . Madison . . . Agriculture. DONALD M. KOEGEL . . . Milwaukee . . . Agriculture . . . Alph, Zeta . . . 4-H Club; Landscape Council; Ag. Student Council. FREDERICK. H. K.OEHLER . . Cudahv . . . Engineering . . . Eta Kappa Nii , . AlEE. ROBERT P. KOEHLER . . . Appleton . . . Business Administra- tion . , . International Club; Marketing Club; SAM, Christian Science Organization, Treasurer. KENNETH H. KOENEN . . . Calvarv . . . L S ... Chi Psi. CARLTON T. KOEPK.E . . Appleton . . . tion . . . Alpha Kappa Psi . . . Insurance Society. NOEL KOEPPEL Neponsit, L. I , N. Y. Society, IF . . . Phi Sigma Delta. SHIRLEY J. KOEPSEL . . . Milwaukee . . waukce Extension . . . Sophomore Honors. SIDNEY A. KOHL Hillel, President. Business Administra- . . L S . . . Finance Education . . . Mil- HARLYNE S. KOHLBERG . . . Milwaukee . . . L S . . . Sigma Epsilon Sigma; Phi Beta Kappa . . . Sigma Delta Pi . . . French Club; Spanish Cl ub; WSGA; Union Activities Bureau. ROBERT C. KOHLS . Milwaukee . . . L S. EDWARD A. KOHLSCHMIDT . . . APhA. ROBERT R. KOHOUT Societ . . Economics . . . Financ CARLA A. KOLB . . . Berlin . . . Home Economics Education . . . Phi Upsilon Omicron . , . Euthenics, Pres.; Ag. Student Council; Harvest Ball, Jr. Prom Queen; Union Dance Comm. . . . Chi Omega, Vice-President. HENRY J. KOLBECK . . . Milwaukee . ASCE, Treas. . . . Triangle. OTTO C. KOLPACK . Bowler . . Phi Eta Sigma. SEYMOUR M. KOLTIN Milwauke tion . . . Spectator, IF . . . Alpha Epsilon Pi. . . Civil Engineering . Education . . . Artus . e . . . Business Adminis 418 EUGENE J. KOPRO WSKI Pulaski ROBERT F. K.ORB1TZ Sigma, Tau Beta Pi, Pres. . . DONA J. RORTIER . Woods College . . . WAA . . . , Medford LSA; SAE . . Engine , Chi Phi Eau Claire . . . Sociology . . . William . Gamma Phi Beta. HELEN D. ROSUAB . . . Rhinelander . . . L S ... Phi Beta . . . National Collegiate Plavcrs; Wisconsin Plavers- RICHARD L. K.OSER . . . West Allis . . Pharmacy . . . APhA DONALD G. ROWING . , . Madison . . . Light Building Industry . . . Real Estate and Light Building Cluh; W Club; Boxing. JANET C. K.RAASE . . , Milwaukee . . . Medical Technology . . . .Alpha Delta Theta . . . Senior Council . . . Delta Zeta. CONNIE K.RAETSCH . . . Winnetka, III. . . . Home Economics . . . Phi Upsilon Oniicron . . . Orientation; Badger Staff; Humorology; Greek Week, Co-Chairnian; Ag. Student Council; Panhellenic Council . . . Kappa Kappa Gamma, President. KURT H. KRAHN . . . Wausau . . . lournalism . . . Lambda Psi . . . Carroll College . . . Dailv Cardinal, IF Council . . . Sigma Phi Epsilon, President. NANCY E. RRARORA. . . Dodgeville . . . Social Work ... Mi waukee State College . . . Social Work Club; Newman; Hoofers. SARA RRASNO . . . Milwaul OTTO A. RRIVA consin Engineer; ASME , Racine . . . Triangle. . English. Engineering HERBERT O. RRONHOLM . . Wisconsin Rapids . Civil Engineering . . . Chi Epsilon; Tau Beta Pi . . . ASCE. DONALD H. RROPF . . . Watertown . . . Agriculture . . . Alpha Zeta . . . Saddle and Sirloin, 4-H Club; Blue Shield; Ag. Student Council, Little International, Chrm.; Ag. Orientation; Meat Judging Team, Livestock Judging Team. WANDA M. RROPF Club. Racine Educatii Ne BARBARA F. RRUEGER . . . Shorewood . . . Child Development . . . Panhellenic Council; Wiskets . . . Alpha Chi Omega, Treasurer. JOHN W. RRUEGER . . . Marinette L S. Education MARY E. RRUEGER Milwaukee . . . tion: Recreation Club . . . . lpha Gamma Delta MYRON W. RRUEGER . . . Oconomowoc . . . Geographv . . . Arnold Society, Regimental Band; Concert Band; Union Dance Com- mittee; Distinguished Military Student . . . Theta Delta Chi. RALPH H. RRUEGER Milwaukee sin Pla ers, THADDEUS F. RRYSHAR . . . Wausau man Club. Education . . . Wiscon- . . Pharmacv . . . New- 4 19 ALVIN R. KUBLY . . . W.ucrtov Agriculture. . . Agritulturt- DONALD C. K.UESEL . . . Mad. son Ti-tlinology Club. NicL ' -Prcsidfrit. MARY M. KUHNERT . . . Nckoosa . . . Phvsical Medicint . Ripon College . . . United Student Fellowship; Ciuh 422; Dolphins MARILYN M. K.ULIK . . . Madison . . . Education . . . Sigma Alpha Iota . . . Women ' s Chorus; A Cappella Choir, Orientation, Campus Carnival; Badger Band. MARIAN KL ' RICK . . Elkhorn . . . Home Economics . . . Inter- national Club; Hoofers; Euthenics; Dormsylvania, Entertainment Chairman. Business Administration RICHARD A. KWAPIL . . Racine . . . Phi Eta Sigma . . . Delta Sigma Pi. MARJORIE A. KYLE . . . Prairie du Sac . . . Education . . . Sigma Alpha Iota . . . Orientation; United Student Fellowship; University Chorus, A Cappella Chorus; Badger Band. MERVILLE S. KYLER . . . Wausau . . . Applied Art . . . Table Tennis Club; Richardson House, Social Chrm. BERNARD E. LAABS . . . Mos . L S. . .Lambda Chi Alpha. EUGENE H. LA BREC . . . Milwaukee . . . L S . . . Lambda Chi Alpha, Secretar ' . WESLEY A. LA COLIRT . . . Milwaukee . . . Economics . . . Hoofers Sailing Club, Dormsylvania, Decorations Chairman. AURIEL A. LA FOND . . . Coleman . . . Education . . . Marinette Extension . . . Delta Tau Delta. BYRDA L. LAIKIN . . . Milwaukee . . . Dietetics . . . Euthenics. BETTYE F. LAIL . . . Madison . . . L S . . . Alpha Chi Omega. DAVID R. LAMBERT . . . Milwaukee . . . Accounting . . . Nautilus Society. WILLIAM A. LAMM . College. RONALD G. LAMPE Alpha Psi. Milwaukee . . . English . . . Concordia . Madison . . . Accounting . . . Beta . Football . . . WILLIAM H. LANE . . . Edgerton . . . Pre-La Sigma Chi. ALYCE J. LANGENBERG . . . Kimberly . . . Education . . . Union Crafts, Campus Carnival; Freshmen Orientation . . . Gamma Phi Beta. WILLARD T. LANGER . . . Janesville . . . Business Administra- tion . . . SAM. NANCY A. LANKAU . . . Fond du Lac . . . Spanish . . . Spanish Club. 420 ALICE LAPIDUS . . . Kenosha . . . Education . . . Chailbournc, President; Union Crafts Committee. JAMES B. LARKIN . . . Wauwatosa . . . Education . . . Alpha Phi Omega . . . Phi Eta Sigma . . . Campus Carnival; Freshmen Orientation . . . Acacia. RICHARD P. LARKIN . . . Wauwatosa . . . Finance . . . Sophomore Honors . . . Badger, Living Units Editor; Goldberg House, President . . . Alpha Chi Rho. STUART W. LARRATT . . . Hartland . . . Economics . . . Kappa Sigma. DONNA M. LARSEN . . . Thorp . . . International Relations . . . Newman Club; Union House Committee; Freshmen Orientation . . . Theta Phi Alpha, President. ALYN H. LARSON . . . Whitehall . . . Light Building Indiistrv . . . Phi Kappa Sigma, Vice-President, FREDERICK. H. LARSON ScahKird and Blade; ASCE. GRANT S. LARSON Madi; Wevauwega . . . Engineering , Soils. JAMES L. LARSON . . . Clarendon Hills, III. . . . L S . . . Delta Theta Phi . . . Hoofers; Barbershop Quartet Club; Insurance Society, Vice-Pres.; Finance Society ... Pi Kappa Alpha. LLOYD K. LARSON M. JANIS LARSON Green Ba ' . . . Geology. Ogema . . . Nursing. RICHARD A. LARSON . . . West Bend . . . Business Administra- tion . . . Arnold Air Societ ' . . . Delta Sigma Rho . . . Insurance Societv; Debate; Cardinal Board of Directors; Military Ball Court of Honor, Chairman; Prom; Homecoming Finance Chairman, Forcnsics Union, Vice-Pres.; Student Alliance Governing Board. RUTH A. LARSON . . . Ogema . . . Nursing . . . Gustavus Adolphus College . . . Wisconsin State Student Nurses Association. BEATRICE L. LAST . . . Johnson Creek . . . Home Economics. JOHN C. LATHROP . . . Milwaukee . . . Business Administration . . . Phi Eta Sigma; Beta Gamma Sigma . . . Bar Bell Club. . . Lookout Mountain, Tenn. Badger . . . Delta Gamma. . . Business Administration KATHARINE B. LATIMORE L S . . . Bradford Junior College . . . CARSON R. LAU . . . Madison Insurance Society. CAROL J. LAUBENSTEIN . . . Madison . . . Child Development . . . Euthenics . . . Manitowoc Extension ... At Ease Committee. ARTHUR J. LAUDENKLOS . . . Green Bay . . . Engineering . . . Mining and Metallurgv Club . . . Acacia. ARTHUR H. LAUN . . . Sheboygan . . . Accounting . . . Beta Alpha Psi; Delta Sigma Rho . . . Phi Beta Kappa; Phi Eta Sigma; Beta Gamma Sigma; Iron Cross; Mace . . . Union Council; Student Board, Pres.; Wisconsin Men ' s Association; Wisconsin Alumni Association Award; Outstanding Junior Man, Varsitv Debate . . . Sigma Phi. BARBARA BARNUM LAUN noniics . . . Phi Upsilon Omicron Milwaukee . . . Home Eco- Crucible . . . WSGA, Pres.; Student Board, Co-Chairman Orientation; Promotions Pan Hel Ball; Campus Chest . . . Delta Gamma. 421 JOHN P. LAWRENCE . . . Cambridge . . . Education, MERLYN D. LEA . . . Green Bay . . . Journalism . . . Si ma Delta Chi . . . Daily Cardinal, Sports Editor. LAWRENCE W. LEARN . . . Delafield . . . Pre-Law . . . Provost Corps-Honor CiuarJ . . . Scahhard and Blade. MARTHA A. LEE . . . Blair . . . L S. SIGURD K. LEE . . . Deerfcld . . . Education . . . Wisconsin Plav WHAPIasers. YVONNE J. LEE ... La Crosse . . . Home Economics. . . EutI ics . . . Stephens College . . . Chi Omega. BETTY L. LEHNHERR Club; Scheders. ARTHUR H. LEI PLOD . . . Racine Extension Center JAMES L. LEMEROND . . Green Bav Evansville . . . Education . . . Spanish . Racine . . . Histor - and Sociologv W Club, Fencing. HOWARD K.LENKE . . . Wayside . . . Business Administration . . . Beta Alpha Psi . . . MHA Store Committee. WILLIAM C. LENLING . . . Madison . . . L S . . . Finance So- ciety . . . Theta Chi. EVELYN A. LERNER . . . Milwaukee . . . Commerce . . . Marketing. JOYCE LERNER . . . Madison . . . Speech Correction . . . Sigma Kappa Phi; Zeta Phi Eta . . . 770; Dancekeller . . . Alpha Epsilon Phi. JOHN J. Psi . . M LE IB ROSE . . . Kenosha . . . ill Finance, Sub-Chairman A jcounti ig Beta Alpha JO ANN J- LE ROUX . . Sherry . Educat ' " . OT Club. BONNE Lambda. R. LETTSOME . . . Racine . AppI ed Art . . . Sigma ROBERT . . . Financ G. .■CI LEUDTK.E ub, MHA Loa . . . Racine . Business Adi linisiration JANICE C. LEVENICK. . . . Madison . . . Medical Technology . . . Alpha Delta Theta . . . Orientation Week; Campus Community Chest . . . Kappa Delta. roNE S. LEVERENZ French Club. JEAN B. LEVERENZ Pi . . . Spanish Club. SYLVIA Z. LEVINE . . . Marinette Sigma Kappa Phi. . Milwaukee . . . L S . . . Hoofers; Milwaukee . . . L S . . . Sigma Delta Speech Correction . . . 422 HENRY LEX . . . West Allis . . . Ediicarion MHA; Siebecker House, Pres.; Wrestling. . Athletic Cluh (il Cliip[v v.i F.ills . . . Cnil Engineering . . . WILLIAM D. HEBER . . . Neen.tli . . . L S . . . Ripon College. JOHN C. LINDEN ASCE. JESSIE LICHTFELCLT . . . Thiensville . . . Statistics ... Phi Chi Theta . . . Orientation ... Pi Beta Phi, FRANCES J. LICARI . . . Madison . . . L S . . . French Club, Crime Club. DAVID J. LINDSAY . . . Manawa . . , Engineering . . , American Socletv, Agriculture Engineers; Concert Band, Marching Band. DAVID L. LINDSTROM Society. LORAINE L. LINN FREDERIC LINSE . Sirloin Club, Blue Shield. BETTY LIPMAN . . Alpha Epsilon Phi. DOLORES LOCKE consln Players, Tower Vi DONALD A. LOCY Secretary. . Madison . . . Education . . . Sigma Kappa. Mondovi . . . Agriculture . . . Saddle and Sheboygan . . . L S V House, President. Sigma Kappa Phi . . , . . . Phi Beta . . . Wis- Agriculture . . . FFA, ROBERT J. LODZINSK.I ASME. RICHARD E. LOHREY . . . Acacia. JANIE M. LC:)NGENECHER . . M.idison Dolphins, OT Club, WSGA . . . Alpha Xi Delta. . Milwaukee . . . Engineering . . . Algoma . . . Biology . . . Nautilus Education REUBEN H. LORENV . . . Madison . . . Accounting . . . Beta Alpha Psi . . . Phi Eta Sigma; Beta Gamma Sigma; Phi Beta Kappa. BEVERLY J. LOWE . . . OTClub, The Bart . . Clintonyille . . . Occupational Therapy ed Bride " ; Uniyersity Chorus. PATRICIA A. LOWMAN thenics; LSA. Nursing . . . Eu- ALICE I. LOWUM Athenean, WSGA Style Milwaukee . . . Related Arts . . Kappa Delta. JOHN E. LUBBERS . . . Sheboygan . . . Sociology. JANET A. LUCAL . . . Benton Hatbor, Mich. . . . Journalism . . . Coranto, Prcs. . . . Theta Sigma Phi, Vice-Pres. . . . Crucible; Mortar Board, Sophomore Honors . . . Cardinal Board; Senior Swingout, Publicity Chrm.; Careers Conference; Newman Club . . . Alpha Xi Delta, Vice-President. 423 HERBERT LUCKS . . . Brooklyn, N. Y. . . . Physics. JOHN HIDDEN . . . Long Branch, N. J. . . . Economics. ELROY J. LUEDER . . . Cc- Jarburg . . . Dairy Husbandry . . . Saddle- and Sirloin . . . Alpha Gamma Rho. WILLIAM A. LUEDTK.E sin Ph.irmaccutical Association MARJORIE E. LUFT Milw.uik(. ' L- Extension. Madison . . . Pharmacy . . . Wise . Tau Kappa Epsilon. Wauwatosa . . . Child Development . FREDERICK L. LUICK . . . Madison . . . Agriculture Economics. HARLAN M. LUNDE . . . Madison . . . Economics . . . Finance Society, Hoofers . . . Phi Kappa Sigma. HELEN M. LUNKIEWICZ . . . Milwaukee . . . Russian . . . Crime Club; Newman Club; Russian Club; Polish Club, Vice-President. RICHARD E. LUPPER Society; Sailing Club. Wauwatosa L S Finance KENNETH G. LUTTERMAN . . . Madison . . . Sociology . . . Forensic Union, Union Forum Committee; Lutheran Student Associa- tion, Pres. JEROME J. LUTZ . . . Nekoosa . . . Business Administration . . . Beta Alpha Psi. KATHRYN I. LUTZ . . . Chicago, 111. . . . Education . . . Women ' s PECluh, Pres; WAA Board. THOMAS J. MACKIE . . . Ashland . . . Education. JANET A. MADDEN . . . Milwaukee . . . Philosophy . . . Bradford Junior College. RUSSELL F. MADING . . . Rice Lake . . . Pre-Med ... Phi Beta Pi . . . Phi Eta Sigma. LOIS M. MADSEN . . . Appleton . . . Education. JOAN MAECHTLE . . . Sheboygan . . . Applied Arts . . . Sigma Lambda . . . Beloit College . . . Campa . . . Delta Gamma. GARY O. MAEHL . . . Milwaukee . . . Commerce . . . Delta Sigma Pi. ERNIE D. MAHLKE . . . Middleton . . . Education . . . Scabbard and Blade. HELEN A. MAHNERT . . . Milwaukee . . . Journalism . , . Theta Sigma Phi. IRVING G. MALAWSKY . . . Milwaukee . . . L S ... IF Repre- sentative . . . Phi Sigma Delta. 424 MILAN G. MALIARIK . . . Chicago, III. . . . Applied Mathe- matics and Mechanics - . . Phi Eta Sigma; Sophomore Honors , . . Ger- man CkiH, President and Vice-President. PHILOMENA K. MALIN . . . Genoa . . . L S . . . International Cluh: French Club. NANCY J. MALONEY . . . Madison . . . Home Economics . . . University of Colorado . . . Hoofer ' s . . . Gamma Phi Beta. NANCY L. MALONEY . . .Joliet, 111. . . . Education . . . Dolphins; Dolphin Pageant, Co-Chairman . . . Gamma Phi Beta. RICHARD A. MALTBY . . . Antigo . . . Economics . . . Finance Society . . . Delta Sigma Phi. LAWRENCE R. MANDERFIELD . . . New London . . . Pharmacy. Education . . . Work Shop; PAUL W. MANDLI . . . Racii Radio Club; Wrestling. ANITA A. MANKOWSKI . . . West AUis . . . Pharmacy . . . Kappa Epsilon; Sigma Alpha Iota . . . University of Marquette; Wis- consin College of Music . . . Wisconsin Pharmaceutical .Association; American Pharmaceutical . ssociation. SALLY A. MANLEY . . . Portage . . . Child Development . . . Euthenics, Vice-President, Senior Swingout; Kick-off Ball . . . , lpha Xi Delta. DAVID M. MANN . . . Fond du Lac . . . American Marketing Association. PAUL C. MANTEY . . . Janesville . Sigma . . . Marketing Club. TOBY E. MARCOVICH . . . Superio . Business Administration Marketing . . . Phi Eta . . Economics. . L S . . . Sigma Cardinal, Executive DAVID MARCUS . . . Chicago, 111. . . . Societ ... Pi Lambda Phi. WILLIAM C. MARCUS . . Milwaukee Delta Chi . . . Phi Eta Sigma; Phi Kappa Phi Editor JEAN MARKMONT . . Chicago, 111. . . . MARIE L. MARK.LEY . . . Madison . . . Education. LORRAINE J. MARQUARDT . Milwaukee . Home Eco- nomics . . . Euthenics; Blue Shield. LEE S. MARSH . . . Eltoy . . . Education . . . Nautilus Society . . . Sigma Phi Epsilon. JANE N. MARSHALL . . . Madison . . . Home Economics . . . Alpha Xi Delta. JAMES P. MARTINEAU . . . Oconto . . . L S . . . Boxing . . . Alpha Delta Phi. WILLIAM D. MARX Societv. Antigo . . . Economics 425 HAROLD C. MATHIS . . . Madison . . . Pharmacy. ROHHRT A. MARTIN . . Wauwatosa . . . L S . . . Artus . . . StiRknt Board, IF Council, Golf . . . Sigma Phi Epsilon. ROHHRT R. MARTIN ... San Antonio, Texas . . . Economics . Scahhard and Blade . . . Provost Corps; Tours Committee, General Chairman, Student Life and Interests Committee; Campus Carnival . . . Pi Lambda Phi. ROGER L. MARTIN . . Wauwatosa . . . Economics . . . Artus . . . Do rin, Union Film Committee; Sweater Prom, Chairman . . . Sigma Phi Epsilon. JEROME R. MARTINSON . . La Crosse . . . Pre-Law. ADOLPH J. MARUSZEWSK.I . . . Milwaukee . . . Engineering . . . AIEE. CASIMIR J. MASLINSK.I . . . Milwaukee . . . Business Ad- ministration. JOHN A. MASON . . . Menasha . . . Education. EFTHIMIOS MATHAS . . . Milwaukee . . . Business Administra- MARIAN L. MATHIEU . . . LaSalle, III. . . . International Rela- tions . . . LPO Jr. College . . . International Club; Newman Club; Student UN Conference, Chairman . . . Thesis; Getiilio Vargas: His Election in 1950. RUTH A. MATHYS . . . Green Bav . . . L S . . . Sigma Epsilon Sigma . . . Senior Swingout, Promotions Chairman; Activities Bureau . . " . Delta Delta Delta. QLIINN R. MATTHEWSON . . . Crime Club. FRANK W. MATUSINEC University Chorus. South Milwaukee Players; ALBERT R. MAU BERNARD F. MAY . . . Insurance Societ . Marinette . . . L S . . . Music. . . Greenwood . . . Business Administration GORDON E. MAY . . Stoughton . . . L S . MARJORIE A. MAYER . . . Slinger . . . Education President, Countr - Life Club; Universitv Chorus. Crime Club. Blue Shield, KATHARINE MAYO Hoofer, Union Crafts, BARBARA McCANN . . , Newman Club. Beaver Dam . . . Education . . . Dolphin; . Janes " ille La Crosse State JAMES L. McCLELLAN . . . Madison . . . Agriculture. JOHN R. McCLELLAN . . . Delavan . . . Dairv Husbandr University of Illinois . . . Blue Shield. 426 PATRICK J. McCOLE . . Sigma K:ippa, President. ANSLKY G. McCONNELL DWIGHT V. McCONNELL IViNing. Mlhviiuke . Madison . . Geologv , . Phi . . English. Geology . . . Track; Zoologv - . . Sopho- MARCY C. McCULLOUGH R.cnu more House . . . Three Squares Chib. MARILYN T. McCORMICK. . . . Madison . . . Education Recreation Cluh, Band. Harp Choir . . . Alpha Gamma Delta. KAY E. McCURDY . . . Milwaukee , . , Child Development HoineLoming Hall Decorations . . . Kappa Kappa Gamma, JANE M. McELVAIN . . . Madison . . . Home Economics . . . Union House Committee, Summer Chairman; Freshman Union Open House, Chairman, Summer Union Directorate, Sec; Union House Committee, Sub-Chairman, Senior Swingout, Careers Conference . . . Phi Upsilon Omicron. ROBERT H. McEVOY Kenosha Sociology. DONALD M. McGARIGLE . . . Wauwatosa . . . Business Admii tration . . . Freshman Orientation, Suh-Chairman, Marketing Cluh . Sigma Phi Epsilon. Applied Art PATRICIA M. McGOVERN . . . Madisi Kappa Alpha Theta. THOMAS D. McGregor . . . Eagle River . . Pharmacv . . . Phi Eta Sigma; Rho Chi; Phi Kappa Phi . . . MHA Cabinet; MHA Education and Scholarship Committee. RAYMOND F. McGUIRE . . . Oconomowoc . . . Business Ad- ministration . . . Alpha Kappa Psi. PATRICIA A. McJOYNT Janesville MARILYN J. McKAY . . , Shebovgan . . . Journalism , . . Theta Sigma Phi . . . Union News Bureau. ROBERT A. McKENZIE . . . Sun Prairie . . . L S . . . Theta Delta Chi. MARIANNE McKINLAY . . . Dodgeville . . . Music Education . . . Sigma . lphalota . . . Concert Band; A Cappella Choir . . . Chi Omega. DAVID J. McLEOD . . . Rice Lake . . . Medical Science . . . Superior State College, St. Norbert College. MARIBETH McMAHON . . . Portage . . . Nursing. DAVID G. McMillan . . . Shorewood . . . Etonomits . . . t tilus. Finance Society . . . Phi Gamma Delta. CHARLES W. McMORAN . . . Milwaukee . . . Pre-Med Phi Chi . , . Phi Eta Sigma . . . German Club; Medi Choir. CATHERINE H. McNAMARA . . . Madison . . . L S . . . Wi Hostess Committee, At Ease Committee. 427 KAI.PHA A. McWRIGHT Biisirifss Adniinistra- joHN J. mhc;hli;r Marshfield Engineering HELEN D. MEDENWALD . . . Madison . . . Education cal Education Club; Recreation Leadership Club; WAA. ASCE. . Phvsi- DANIEL E. MEIER . . Milwaukee . . . Pharmacy. MANFRED J. MEIER . . . Milwaukee . . . Psychology ... Phi Eta Sigma - - . German Club; Wisconsin Players. JOANN K.. MEIGS ... Elm Grove . . . English . . . Kappa Kappa RICHARD W. MEISTER . . . New Glar Education. CREIGHTON R. MELAND , . . Madison . . . Engineering . . . Kappa Eta Kappa . . . AlEE, IRE; Football. MARY LOU MELHAM . . . Madison . . . Journalism . . . Coranto; Gamma . lph,i Chi, Phi Upsilon Omicron . . . Theta Sigma Phi, Pres. . . . WSGA Publicity Chairman, Cardinal Board, Sec.-Treas.; University Religious Council, Summer Cardinal, Society Editor; Union News Bureau; Wiskits; New Student Week, Co-Chairman; Activities Junction; Panhellenic Council; Professional Panhellenic Council; Mademoiselle College Board; Senior Swingout; IF Movie Script . . . Alpha Chi Omega. MAXINE E. MELLEN . . . Peshtigo . . . Home Economics . . . Sigma Epsilon Sigma; Omicron Nu; Sophomore High Honors. Milwaukee . . . L S . . . Octopus, MALCOLM MENDELSOHN. Editor-in-Chief. BEVERLY E. MENDELSON . . . Chicago, 111. Careers Conference; Humorologv; Wiskits; Badger Phi. . Education . . . Alpha Epsilon JAMES I. MERGY Engineering JEROME G. MERKEL . . . Oshkosh . . . Pharmacy . . . Rho Chi; Phi Eta Sigma; . . . Delta Epsilon; Sophomore Honors . . . . " KPHA. RUTH B. MEROW . . . Sparta . . . Business Administration . . . Phi Chi Theta, Pres,, Beta Gamma Sigma . . . Phi Beta Kappa; Mortar Board . . . Careers Conference; Inter-Dorm Conference; Badger Club, President, EDWARD A. MERTEN tion . . . Table Tennis Club. GUILBERT E. MERTINS ASME. Milwaukee . . . Business Administra- . Racine . . . Engineering . . . SAE; L S . . . Freshman CHRIST N. MESOLORAS . . . Onalaska Orientation; Finance Societv . . . Acacia. ARTHUR R. MESSERSCHMIDT . Oi . . , Beta Alpha Psi . . . Beta Gamma Sigma. BARBARA A. MEYER . . Sheboygan . Newman Club; Hoofers; Commons Committee . MARION A. MEYER . . . Milwaukee . . . L S . . . Alpha Kappa Delta . . . Sophomore Honors . . . Dolphins, Symphony Orchestra. Home Economics . . . . Theta Phi Alpha. 428 PATRICIA E. MEYER Pcwaukee . . . Home Economics . . . Phi Upsilon Omicron . Eiithenics; WSGA; Union Theater Usher; Panhellenic Ball; Orient.uion ... Pi Beta Phi. RICHARD C. MEYER . . . Wauwarosa . . . Engineering . . . Thcta Tail . . . Milwaukee Extension . . . SSE; SAE. R.JEAN MEYERS . . . Milwaukee . . . American Institutions . . . Hoofers; Union Colfee Hour, Chairman, Badger Staff. ROBERT J. MICHELS Manitowoc . . Agriculture. MARY L. MIDDLETON . . Madison . . . Music. ALLER L. MILLARD . . . Marshheld . . . L S . . . Delta Sigma Phi BETTY J. MILLER CLARK T. MILLER . EDWARD C. MILLER Zeta. Madison . . . Social Work. . Chicago, III. . . . L S. . . . Peshtigo . . . Agriculture Alpha MARY L. MILLER . . . Fall River . . . Home Economics . . . Law- rence College. ROBERT H. MILLER . . . Janesville . . . Agricultural Education . . . Alpha Zeta . . . Saddle and Sirloin; Agriculture Student Council; FFA; Forensic Union . . . Alpha Gamma Rho. SUE A. MILLER . . . Oconomowoc . . . Home Economics . . . Eu- thenics; Wiskits, Judges Chairman; Kick-off Ball, Decorations Chair- man . . . Kappa Delta. THOMAS O. MILLER . . . Madison . . . Medical ... Phi Chi .. . Medichoir . . . Theta Chi. PATRICIA A. MINNE . . . Shawano . . . Economics . . . Orienta- tion . . . Delta Delta Delta. MARY E. MINTON . . . Hudson Falls, N. Y. . . . L S . . . Sigma Epsilon Sigma; Mortar Board . . . International Club, Vocational Affairs Chairman; WSGA; Careers Conference. GORDON E. MIRACLE . . . Oshkosh . . Business Administra- tion . . . Finance Society, Union Games Committee. NORMAN D. MISK.OWSKI . . . Wausau . . . L S ... Phi Delta Theta. DONALD F. MITCHELL . . . Omro . . . Business Administration . . . Marketing Club; Summer Student Board, MHA Cabinet. JOHN D. MITCHELL . . . Madison . . . Engineering . . . ASME; Union Photo Club; Freshman Orientation Sub-Chairman; Badger; Engineer Magazine; Union Dance Committee. CARLOS F. MITTAG Speech RUSSELL J. MITTELSTADT . . . Eau Claire . . . L S . . . Provost Corps, Scabbard and Blade . . . Hoofers; Gymnastics; Ski Jumping; Cheerleader; Winter Carnival. MlHiiil 429 IhiM LOIS M. MITTKR . . H.uton . . . Education. KARL J. MOK . . . Merrill ... Art Education . . . Football. RHIUJHN N. MOEN . . . Milwaukee . . . Chemical Engineering - -Mpha Chi Sigma, MARILYN M. MOHR . . . Mukwonago . . . Home Economics . . Euthenics, Vice-President; Wisconsin Country Magazine, Home Ec Editor, Senior Swingout; Careers Conference . . . Delta Zeta. WALLACE R. MOILIEN . . . Westby . . . Zet.t . ASAE . . . Sophomore Honors. JAMES G. MOLDENHAUER . . Racine Agriculture Alpha ROBERT P. MONTABA Port Washington FLOYD G. MOORE . . . Mechamcville, N. Y. ministration . . . Beta Alpha Psi. HENRY E. MORAN . . . Milwaukee . . . L S Epsilon. . L S. Business Ad- Sigma Alpha JAMES T. MORAN Crew ... Chi Psi. JOHN O. MORELAND. JR Insurance Societ ' . MICHAEL MOROSO SSE, SAE. Madison . . . L S . . . Phi Eta Sigma . . . Hayward . . . Commerce . . . Kenosha . . . Engineering . . . ASME, Business Administra- MILTON MORRIS . . Madison . . . Ph.at GERALD W. MORRISON La Crosse tion ... La Crosse State Teachers College. RONALD N. MORTIMORE . . . Lamoni, Iowa . . . Agriculture . . . Landscape Council Ring, Vice-President. DELBERT J. MOSHER . . . McFarland . . . Pharmacy . . . Wiscon- sin Pharmaceutical Society. CYNTHIA C. MOUNT . . . Wauwatosa . . . Art Education . . . Gamma Alpha Chi, Sigma Lambda . . . Gallcrv Comm. . . . Gamma Phi Beta. CHARMAINE G. MUELLER . . . Wausau . . L S Epsilon Sigma . . . Campus Carnival . . . Delta Zeta. Sigma JEAN MUELLER . . . Wauwatosa . . . L S . . . Activities Bureau ... Pi Beta Phi. MILTON W. MUELLER . . . Menasha . . . Engineering . . . Alpha Chi Sigma . . . Oshkosh State College . . . AIChE. SHIRLEY A. MUHICH . . . Milwaukee . . . Education . . . Sigma Alpha Sigma . . . Union House Comm. . . . Campus Orientation; Badger, Copy-Editor. 430 MARV (). MULDER , . . Beloit . . . Educational Recrc-atiori . . . Hoofers. CAROLYN E. MULLIGAN . . . Glen Ellyn, 111. . . . Education . . . Sigma Delta Pi . . . Albion College . . . Spanish Cluh; French Club. WILLIAM J. MULLIGAN . . Portage Senior Council; Hesperia, Union Forum Cc FREDERICK J. Ml ' NDT Shauano . . . Blue Shield, Football, Track. JOAN E. MUNSON . . . Green Bav ministrative Council; Student Board. WERNER C. MUNZ . . . Delta Sigma Pi. Political Science . . . Education . . . Scheders L S . . . Crucible . . . Ad- . Business Administration AMY S. MURASHIGE . . . Waiakoa, Maui, Hawaii . . . Education ... La Crosse Teachers College . . . Education Club; Union Usher. JAMES E. MURPHY . . . DePere . . . Mathematics ... Chi Phi. RICHARD J. MURPHY . . . Milwaukee . . . Education Phi Epsilon Kappa . . . Boxing, Captain, NCAA Boxing Champ, Athletic Board, Vice-Pres.; W Club, Vice-President. FRANK. E. MURRAY . . . Montfort . . . Psychology Fencing. HYDE H. MURRAY . . . Ogdensburg . . . Agriculture . . . Campus Carnival; Wisconsin Country Magazine . . . Football. JEANNE R. MURRAY Phi Beta. Oshkosh . . . Philosophy . . . Gamma Madison . . . Bacteriology . . . Cre HARRY C. MUSSMAN IF . . . Chi Phi. ROSE M. MUTCH . . . Richland Center . . . Music . , . Sigma Alpha Iota, Pres. . . . Women ' s Chorus, Pres. ... A Cappella Choir. CLARENCE R. MUTH . . . Wauwatosa . . . L S ... Phi Eta Sigma, Delta Epsilon; Mace . . . Artus . . . Wisconsin Players; Mil Ball; Golf; Hiimorologs; Union Film Comm. Chrm., Nautilus Society, Campus Carnival ... Chi Phi, MARGARET N. MUTIMER . . . Madison . . . Chemistry. MAL ' RICE B. MUTIMER . . . Madison . . Chemistry NEIL MYERS . , . Plaini eld, N. T. . . . L S . . . Wisconsin Idea. CHARLES P. NAPP Vice-President. BETTY E. NAPSTAD PEClub, WAA; LSA. Madison . . . L S . . . Delta Sigma Phi . Madison . . . Physical Education . . LAWRENCE R. NASH . . . Port Edwards . . . Business Administr tion . . . Phi Eta Sigma . . . Alpha Delta Phi. 431 FLORENCE B. NATHAN . . Rock-lord, III. . . . LiiS . . Univi-r- sitv ot Illinois . . . Delta Phi Epsilon. MARILYN L. NAVIN . . . Madison . . . Education . . . Union Gallc-rv; Union Craft Committee . . . Delta Delta Delta. WILLIAM J. NAVIN . Madii . . . Delta Sigma Phi, President. business AdniinistratK RICHARD F. NEALON . . Milwaukee . . . Business Administra- tion . . . Finance SoLiet . . . Delta Sigma Phi. LOIS E. NEDLAND . . . Prairie Farm . . . Music . . . Sigma Alpha Iota ... A Cappella Choir; University Chorus; Band. ELIZABETH L. NEESVIG . . . Madison . Lamhda . . . Chi Omega, Vice-President. Mukwonago . . . L S CHARLES W. NELSON Committee . . . Delta Sigma Pi FRANK R. NELSON . . . New London . . . Pharnuu Psi . . . Wisconsin Pharmaceutical Society; APhA. JOHN H. NELSON . . . Marinette . . . Engineering . Nu; Tau Beta Pi, Phi Eta Sigma . . . IRE. . Sigma . . Cam pa . . . Kappa Eta Kappa KENT W. NELSON Society . . . Orientation. MARGARET NELSON . . . Alpha Chi Omega. NANCY L. NELSON . . . Racine . . . Education Chorus; University Chorus, Union At Ease Committee. Clayton . . . Economics . . . Arnold Air . . Viroqua . . . L S . . . Spanish Cluh Women ' s RICHARD E. NELSON . . . Milwaukee . . . Business Administra- tion . . . Lambda Chi Alpha. WILLIAM D. NELSON . . . Madison . . . Light Building Industry . . . Sigma Lambda Chi . . . Real Estate and Home Building Assn., Pres.; Society of American Military Engineers. WILLIAM V. NELSON . . . Eau Claire . . . Business Administra- tion . . . Marketing Club, LSA; University Religious Council, Alpha Phi Omega. BARBARA L. NESS . . . Black River Falls . . . Commerce ... Phi Chi Theta ... St. Olaf College . . . Sigma Kappa. JAMES R. NESTINGEN Delta Chi. JOHN R. NEUBAUER tion . . . Gamma Eta Gamm . Madison . Wauwatosa Journalism . . . Sigma . Business Administra- EUGENE H. NEUENDORF. . . Beaver Dam . . . Business Admin tration . . . Lamhda Chi Alpha, Pres. ALFRED K. NEUMANN . . . Wauwatosa . . . L S. LESLIE L. NEUSTADTER . . . Camp Douglas . . . Agriculture. NANCY A. NEWMAN . . . Milwmik. Ecliicalion . . . Euthenics; Oritiitatipn. EARL W. NEWTON Triangle. ALBERT O. NICHOLAS ball . . . Sigma CliK . Home Economics Oregon . . . Engineering . . . ASME . . . . . . Rockford, III. . . . L S . . . Baskct- ANN K.. NIENABER . . . Madison . . . Child Development . . . Orientation; Senior Swingout; Prom . . . Theta Phi Alpha. GERALD W. NOLL . . . Milwaukee . . . L S . . . Delta Sigma Phi, SUSAN NOLTE . . . Delta Gamma. Waukesha L S ers Conference CLEMENT J. NOURI , . . Baghdad, Iraq . . . Business Adminis- tration . . . International Club; Newman Club; Student Board; SAM . . . Tau Kappa Epsilon. ROSEMARY NOVY . . . Hillsboro . . . journalism . . . Coranto . . . Barnard Hall, Pres. JOHN C. NOWICK.I . . . Nekoosa . . . Business Administration . . . Alpha Delta Sigma . . . University of Washington . . . Advertising Federation of America; Daily Cardinal, Advertising Manager; Winter Carnival. STANLEY J. NULAND . . . Theta Delta Chi. DOROTHY H. OATES . . . Wauwatosa JOHN J. O ' BRIEN . . . Madison L S . . . Phi Eta Sigma . . . Education. )ournalism . . . Chi Psi, ROBERT G. O ' BRIEN . . . Two Rivers . . . Business Administra- tion . . . Oilman House, Pres. . . . Dorm Duke . . . Band ... Pi Kappa Alpha. WILLIAM F. O ' BRIEN . . . Madison . . . Agriculture . . . Delta Theta Sigma . . . Saddle and Sirloin, Livestock judging Team, Band, Orchestra. LAWRENCE E. O ' CONNELL . . . Bavhtld . . . Business Adminis- tration . . . MHA Cabinet. L S Sigma PATRICIA A. O ' CONNOR . . . Mihvauk: Kappa. PATRICK. F. O ' CONNOR . . . Mosinee . . . Pharmacy . . . Kappa Psi . . . Central State College . . . WPhS., Senior Banquet. DONNA J. O ' DONNELL . . . Madison . . . Education . . . Zeta Phi Eta; Sigma Kappa Phi . . . French Club; Union Theater Committee, Senior Svvingout, WSGA Style Show . . . Gamma Phi Beta. KENNETH W. OHLGART Engineering. GERD R. OIE . . . Madison . . . Education . . . Zeta Phi Eta . . . Norse Club; LSA; Wisconsin Players; WHA Players; YWCA. DONALD E. OLIVER . . . Theta Chi. Marquette 433 dM f m,- ' 1 M 7 ifiL EDMUND H. OLl.MANN . . , Rauia- . . . Hiisim-ss Administra- tion . . . Orientation . . . Alpha Chi Rho. DONALD A. OLSON . . . Racim- . . . Education ... Phi Eta Sigma; Sophomore HonorsjSigma Kappa Phi . . . Haresfoot, Wisconsin Players; Theater Comm. , Octopus; French Club; Orientation; Union Directorate. GEORGE E. OLSON . . . Sparta . . . Agriculture . . . Alpha Zcta . . . Saddle and Sirloin, Vice-Prcs., FFA Cluh, Unuersitv Meats and Livestock Judging Team . . . Delta Theta Sigm.i. HARRY A. OLSON . . . Madison . . . Metallurgical Engineering ... IF Congress, YMCA; United Student Fellowship . . . Alpha Tau Omega, RICHARD L. OLSON . . . Edgerton . . . L S . . . Delta Sigma Rho .... Debate, Union Crafts Committee; Pot Pourri, Tickets Chrm.; Wisconsin Forensic Union, Pres. . . . Sigma Alpha Epsilon. ROY E. OLSON . . . Appleton . . . History Education. WILLIAM H. OLSON . . . Clayton . Sigma. WALTER OLSYEWSRI Franksv lomics . . . Phi Kappa Agriculture. JOHN E. O ' MEARA . . . Madison . . . Engineering . . . ASME; Campus Carnival, Gen. Chrm.; Activities Junction, Gen. Chrm.; Job Opportunities Conference, Union House Comm.; Polygon Board; Junior Prom Promotions, Wisconsin Engineer . . . Chi Psi. JANET OMERNIK. . . . Madison . . . Home Economics . . . Eu- thenics, )r. Dolphin; WAA; Union Dance Comm.; Barnard Hall, Vice- Pres; Careers Conference. SHEILA C. O ' NEILL . . . Leonia, N. J . . Political Science . . . Wis. Forensic; Young Democrats; NSA; League of Women Voters; Mil Ball Court. RAYMOND J. OOSTERHOUS Badge AARON ORLOVITZ . . . New Rochelle. N. Y. . . . Business Administration . . . Student Board, UJSA Drive, Hillel, Marching and Concert Band . . . Alpha Epsilon Pi. FRANKLIN H. ORNSTEIN . . . Long Beach, N. Y. . . . L S , . . Pershing Rifles, Provost Corps ... IF Treas., Elections Chrm.; Greek Week, Huniorology; IF Dance; Military Ball, Orientation; Job Confer- ence; Advisor-Pledge Pres. Council; Llnion Dance Comm. . . . Zeta Beta Tau. JOHN H. ORTMAN Universit ' of California. Tujunga, Calif. Mathematics DON W. OSENGA . . . Milwaukee Council Ring; ASAE; Tennis. JOHN K. OSMOND Kappa . . . Geologv Club NED A. OSTENSO . Phi Omega Agriculture . . . Landscape . Janesville . . . Geology . . . Phi Beta Chippewa . . . L S . . . Crew . . . Alpha DAVID L. OSTRANDER . . . Madison . . . Engineering . . . Hoof- ers, AlChE. MARY E. OUWENEEL . . . Milwaukee . . . Philosophv . . . Western College for Women . . , Student Board Tours Committee, Dolphin Club . . . Alpha Chi Omega. JACK. OVERTON . . . fanesviUe . . . Education . . . Union Music Committee ... Phi Delta Theta. 434 DORIS M. OWENS . . . Chi Omega. DONALD H. PACK vatDsa . . . L S . . . Carroll College . Beloit . . .Journalism. WILLIAM H. PAGELS . . . Milwaukee . . . Psvchologv . . . MHA; Mack House, Vicc-Pres., Union News Bureau, Union Games Com- mittee . , . Delta Tau Delta. RICHARD W. PALM . LLOYD L. PALMER . . Alpha Zeta . , . 4-H. WILLIAM J. PANAGIS quette University. Superior . . . L S. Wisconsin Dells . . . Agriculture . . . Sociology . . . Mar- DANIEL S. PARKINSON . . . Milwaukee . . . Education . . . . lpha Kappa Delta . . . American Sociological Society . . . Acacia. RITA S. PARKS . . . Milwaukee . . . Speech Correction . . . Sigma Kappa Phi . . . Union Music Committee, Human Relations Committee; juclicial Board. RICHARD D. PARR . . . Madison . . . Business Administration . . . Marketing Cluh; Nautilus . . . Sigma Nu. NEAL W. PARSONS Badger . Art Education. Education . BARBARA J. PASCOE . Port Edward Craft-Sales Committee, Chairman. ROGER L. PATROW . . . Chippewa Falls . . . Recreation . . Ripon College . . . L nion Games Committee; Union House Committee; Campus Committee, Tennis . . . Phi Kappa Pi. ANTONETTE M. PATTULLO . . . Wilmette, III. . . . Art Educa- tion . . . Dolphins, . rt Show . LESTER W. PAUL . . . Madison . . . Economics . . . W Cluh, Bo.xing . . . Sigma Alpha Epsilon. RICHARD A. PAULL Delta Chi. DONNA J. PAl ' LSEN Cluh, President. Madison Engineering . . . Theta JOAN M. PAULSEN . . . Holcombe tion . . . Badger Christian Fellowship. NORMAN L. PAULSON Delta Pi . . . Universitv Band. . . Russian . . . Russian Home Economics Educa- Hollandale . . . L S . . . Sigma M. JONE PAVLIK . . . Kenilworth, III Related Arts . . . Home- coming, Promotions Chairman; Orientation Committee, Chairman; Winter Carnival, Promotions Chairman . . . Kappa Alpha Theta, Secretary. JOYCE A. PEASE . . . Wauwatosa . . . Business Administration . . . Phi Chi Theta . . . Sigma Epsilon Sigma . . . Union Activities Bureau, Panhellenic Council . . . Gamma Phi Beta. JOYCE J. PEASE . . . Monticello . . . Music . . . Sigma Alpha Iota, Sophomore Honors . . . Hoofers; Junior Orchesis, University Chorus; . Cappella Choir, Band, Wisconsin Players; Campa Committee . . . Kappa Delta. 435 DOKIS J. PI:DI:RSEN . . Rucmc . L S. JAMKS R. PtDERSFN . . . Racine . . . Engincc-rinj; ... Phi Eu Sigma . . . Photography Cliih. ERANK. J. PELISEK . . . Manitowoc . . . Chemistry . . . YMCA; Student Hoard; Orientation, Parent ' s Weekend; IF; WMA Cabinet . . . Pi Kappa Alpha. RUTH E. PELLEGRINO . . . Kenosha . . . Education . . Mortar Hoard, Trea.s. . . . Italian Club, Pres. ; Barnard Hall, Sec; WSGA judicial Chairman, JAMES PELLIZZI Business Administration. BETTY J. PEOTTER . . . Seymour . . . Home Economics Educa- tion . . . Phi Upsilon Omicron . . . Euthenics; 4-H; Blue Shield; Ander- sen House, Vice-Pres.; University Chorus. JEANNE C. PERLICK . . . Milwaukee . . . L S . . . Beloit College. Chicago, 111. . . . L S . . . Cinema Shop, Haas LILA J. PERLIS House, President. DOREEN S. PERNOT . . Phi Chi Theta. WILLIAM F. PERSKE Treasurer. Business Administratii Rho Chi, MARY F. PERTZBORN . Madison . . . English. ELROY J. PETERS . . . Kaukauna . . . Agriculture . . . Oshsner House, President. FARNSLEY L. PETERS . . . Alpha Chi Rho. ARNOLD O. PETERSEN Tigard, Ore . . . Hoofers, President; Military Ball Board. DONALD E. PETERSON La Crosse . College ... Phi Gamma Delta. Glen Ellyn, III. . . . Football, Track . . . L S . . . Nautilus L S ... La Crosse State DORIS M. PETERSON . . . Lone Rock . . . Home Economics . Gamma Alpha Chi . . . Euthenics; Country Magazine. PRISCILLA J. PETERSON RICHARD D. PETERSON . Wisconsin Rapids . . . Education. Eau Claire . . . Business Adminis- LLOYD N. PETLOCK . . . Ripon . . . Commerce . . . Alpha Sigma Phi. JOSEPH J. PETREYE Community Chest. CONNIE PETROLL . Panhellenic Council, Sec. Antigo . . . L S . Alpha Xi Delta. Accounting . . . Campus Careers Conference; 436 RUSSELL C. PETT . . . Fond du Lac . Phi Ml. Alpha IMOGENE L. PETTER . . . Beloit . . . Hispanic Studic-s . . Spanish Club, Sec: Symphony Orchestra; Orientation. GRETA PETTERSEN , , . W.unvatosa . . . Education . . . Coranto. JEAN H. PFEFFERK.ORN . . . Waupun . . . Music . . . Sigma Alpha Iota . . . Sigma Epsilon Sigma; Pi Lambda Theta, Sophomore Honors. . . University Chorus; A CappellaChoir;Concert Band;Orienta- tion. ROBERT J. PFLl ' G ATTLA J. PEIPER . Miluauke Baraboo . . , . . Engineering . . . AICE. Pharmacy . . . Boxing. Port Washington GRACE PIERRON Omega. JANE M. PIHRINGER . . . Burlington . . . Medical Technology . . . Alpha Delta Theta . . . Saint Teresa . . . Newman Club . . . Gamma Phi Beta. JULIUS R. PINTER . . . Cudahv . . . Agriculture . . . Landscape Club, Saddle and Sirloin Club . . . Alpha Chi Rho, President. WILLMER M. PIPER . . . Madison . . . Engineering . . . Footbai: . . . Phi Gamma Delta. WORTH S. PIPER Society; Young Republicans . . GILBERT A. PIRHOFER nance Socictv. RAYMOND G. PITZ . . . Oshkosh ERVIN F. PLACZEK . Milwaukee Club. Madison . . . Economics . . Beta Theta Pi. Finance ; . . . Fi- Engineering . . . ASCE. Agriculture . . . Newman GEORGE C. PLISZKA . . . Milwaukee . . . Engineering lpha Chi Sigma . . . AICE. Milwaukee L S Phi Eta Sigma; DONALD PLOFF Sophomore Honors. CLAIR M. POAD . . . Hancock . . . Business Administration . . . .Alpha Kappa Psi . . . MHA; Public Relations Comm.; Marketing Club. GEORGE V. POKORNY . . . Milwaukee . . . Engineering . . . Theta Tau, Treas. . . . ASME. BURTON B. POLANSK.Y . . . Milwaukee . . . Business Adminis- tration . . . Phi Sigma Delta. JANE B. POLLACK . . . New York, N. Y. . . . L S . . . Coranto . . . Riding Club; Academic Affairs Commission, Sec. . . . Albright College . . . Alpha Epsilon Phi. MICHAEL POLLAY Medical Science. 437 JAMES N. POMLS . . . Three Lakes . . . L S. CHARLES R. POPE . . . Racine . . . Engineering ... Phi Eta Sif nui, Tail Iki.i Pi; Phi Lambda Upsilon . . . AIChE . . . Polygon Bdunl . . . Delta Upsilon, President. NEAL E. POPHAL . . . Wans; ThetaTaii. . . ASCE. Chemical lingineering iger . . . Pharmacy . . . Wisconsin Chicago, III. . . . Economics . . . HENRY W. POPPE . . Pharmaceutical Assn. LEONARD L. PORTER Boxing . . . Phi Kappa Sigma GEORGE POSTICH . . . He Kalh, III. . . . Political Science Phi Eta Sigma . . . Nautilus Society . . . Millard Manor, President. NANCY L. POTTER . . . Baltimore, Md . . . Home Economics . . . Home Economics Club . . . Alpha Gamma Delta. RALPH PRATT . . . Columbia . . . L S ... Phi Eta Sigma . . . Union Camera Club; MHA Cabinet; Union Darkroom Comm.; Camera Club. Alpha Psi Accounting . . . Beta Alpha Phi Kappa Phi; So phomore STEVEN PRESSLER . Madison Club . . . Alpha Epsilon Pi. ALLAN L. PRICE . . . Madison Omega. JAMES R. PRICE . Madison Psi, Alpha Kappa Psi, Pres.-Treas. Honors . . , Phi Gamma Delta. GERTRUDE J. PROCHASKA . . . YGOP, Wisconsin Players; WHA Play JOHN M. PROTIVA . . . Mihyaukee . . . Journalism . . . Alpha Delta Sigma . . . Cardinal, Octopus . . . Delta Tau Delta. OSCAR PYNNONEN . . She Theta Sigma. NICHOLAS D. QUARTARO tration . . . Alpha Kappa Psi. m . . . Agriculture . . . Delta Lannon . . . Business Adminis- DONALD L. QUATSOE . Green Ba Sociolog ' DAVID D. RABIN . . . Milwaukee . , . Pre-Med ... Phi Eta Sigma . . . Sophomore Honors . . . Phi Sigma Delta. RALPH R. RADA . . . Wauwatosa . . . Finance Society; Insurance Society. Business Administration GEORGE A. RADL . . . Madison . . . Agriculture. MAUREEN R. RADLE . . . Stillwater, Minn. . . . Home Eco- nomics Journalism . . . College of St. Catherine . . . Neunian Club; Hooters, Country Magazine, Hoofers Riding Club, Pies. ... Pi Beta Phi. BETTY A. RADTKE . . . Appleton . . , Art Education . . . Sigma Lambda . . . Alpha Xi Delta. 438 JAMES F. RADTK.E . . . Marshfteld . . . Economics . . . Insurance Society; Newman Club . . . Phi Kappa. ZOE R. RAEBEL . . . Madison . . . Applied Art . . . Public Rela- tions Comm. . . . Alpha Xi Delta. IRVING H. RAFFE . . . Mi lwaukee . . . L S ... Phi Eta Sigma . . . United Jewish Student Appeal, Chrm. . . . Phi Sigma Delta. MAGNUS R. RANDAR . . . Milwaukee . . . Engmeermg . . . ASME, Scandinavian Club. ESK.il R. RANDOLPH . . . Madison . . . L S . . . Alpha Chi Sigma . . . Camera Club; Geologv Club, V Club, Pres.; Cross Country, Track. EUNICE M. RASMUSSEN DAVID W. RATH . . . Milwauke tical Society. STUART R. RAU . . . Oshkosh Chi . . . USF. JOHN R. RAUBACHER . . . jancsvill Wages and Hours Comm. . . . Theta Chi. Home Economii . Pharinacv . . . Pharmaceu- journalism . . , Sigma Delta Labor Economics . . . JACK RECHT . . . Milwaukee . . . Light Building . . . Light Build- ing Society . . . Phi Sigma Delta. GEORGE D. REED . . . Milwaukee . . . Engineering . . . AIEE, LOWELL A. REED . . . Kenosha . . . Accounting . . . Haresfoot, Vice-Pres. . . . Alpha Chi Rho. NANCY REESE . . . Larchmont, N. Y. . . . Sociology . , . Orchesis; Dolphins . - . Gamma Phi Beta. WILLIAM W. REEVE . . . Oshkosh . . . Engineering . . . Badger Christian Fellowship. RICHARD H. REHMAN . . . Wisconsin Rapids . , . Business .Administration . . . SAM, Baseball . . . Delta Upsilon. DONALD R. REICH Union Council. Treas. Student Board; Phi Eta EUGENE A. REICH . . Kenosha . . . Engineering Sigma; Tau Beta Pi; Eta Kappa Nu, President. RONALD E. REIDENBACH . . Kenosha . Business Admini; tration . . . Marketing Club; International Club, Band. JAMES O. REIELS . . . Middleton . . . Education . . . University Chorus. GORDON H. REIF . . . Portage . . . Education . . . Young Re- publicans; G -mnastics; Presbvterian Student, President. ROSEMARY L. REILLY . . . Milwaukee . . . Social Work . . Milwaukee State College; Marquette Universitv . . . Newman Club, Prom, Publicitv; Campus Carnival. iMtfi 439 JOHN M. KlINl ' MANN ALLAN R. RIINHOLO Kolilcr . . , Prc-Mcd . . . Phi Eta Economics. Port Wushinj tc: STANLEY E. REINHOLTZ . . . Madison . . . Business Adminis- tration . . . Alpha Kappa Psi; Beta Alpha Psi, Sec. . . . Sophomore Honors. JUDITH REINITZ . New York, N. Y. . . . L S . . . Dailv CardLnal, News Editor. ROCHELLE R. REISER . . . Milwaukee . . . Speech Correction . . . Sigma Kappa Phi . . . WSGA, Independent Coordinator; Union House Committee; Student Board Promotions Committee; Victoria House, President; Villa Maria, President. ALVIN H. REISS . . . New York, N. Y. . . . L S . . . Student Board . ' dministrative Council, Chmn.; WMA Housing, Chnin.; Student Wel- fare, Chmn.; Awareness Committee, Chmn.; WSA Laundry Business Manager . . . Alpha Epsilon Pi. DONALD P. REITER . . . joliet. 111. . . , Pharmacs . . . WPhS. BrookUn, N. Y. . . . Home Economics NORMA RENARD . . . Sigma Epsilon Sigma. DOROTHY L. RENTSCHLER Chi Omega. Alpha ANN L. RESH . . . Madison . . . Education ... Phi Beta . . . Wis- consin Plavers; " Fixin ' s, " " Still Life, " " The Bridal Gown, " " Uncle Vanya, " " Miss Julia, " " Mourning Becomes Electra " ; Union Gallery Committee. SALLY A. RESH . . . Wauwatosa . . . Education ... Pi Lambda Theta . . . Union Film Committee ... Pi Beta Phi. MARY O. REULING Club. L S . . . Chorus, German ROBERT H. REZASH . . . Green Bay . . . Education . . . United Student Fellowship; Scheders; Badger Christian Fellowship, Bachelor Inn, President. LAWRENCE J. REZASH . . . Green Bav . . . Education . . . Sopho- more Honors . . . Green Bav Extension . . . United Student Felllowship, Board of Deacons, Pres.; Scheders, Badger Christian Fellowship; Uni- versity Religious Council, Chrmn. Clothing Drive. SALLY M. RIBLETT . . . Eau Claire . . . L S . . . Dennison Uni- versity . . . Badger . . . Kappa Alpha Theta, Vice-President. DAVID L. RICE . . . Whitefish Bav . . . Economics . . . IF Congress; Track; Elections; Orientation ... Pi Lambda Phi. GORDON A. RICE . . . Beloit . . . Business Administration . . . Alpha Kappa Psi, President, Beta Alpha Psi . . . Sigma Pi. LEMONT K. RICHARDSON . . . Sheboygan Falls . . . L S . . . Phi Gamma Delta. CAROL G. RICHGELS Zeta Phi Eta, Sigma Kappa Phi . Club; Badger. Madison . . . Speech Correction . . . . . Union Forum Committee, Newman CARL W. RICHLAND tion . . . Phi Kappa. Chicago, III. . . . Business Administra- ARDELL E. RIEBE . . . Milwaukee . . . L S. 440 JANESS E. RIECK . . . Elk-horn . . . L S . . Sigma Delta Pi, Sec. . . . Sigma Epsilon Sigma . . . Spanish Club, Portu guese Club; Sophomore Honors. KENNETH W. RIECK . . . Shebovgan . . . Chemistrv Course . . . Alpha Chi Sigma . . . Barbell Club. KENNETH W. RIEMER . . . Milwaukee . . . Economics . . . Beta Theta Pi. L S . . . .Alpha Xi GRETCHEN T. RIESER . Fond du I Delta. WILLIAM T. RIESER . . . Madison . . . Economics . . . Scabbard and Blade . . . Finance Society; Basketball, Manager . . . Sigma Chi. DAVID N. RIGGS Sigma. Janesville . . . Economics Phi Kappa GERALDINE RILEY . Milwaukee . . . Occupational Therapv . . . Wisconsin Plavers; Studio Plavs; OT Club. JOHN M. RILEY . . . Fox Lake . . . Social Work . . , Haresfoot; Miss Haresfoot. JAMES C. RINGENOLDUS ASCE . . . Triangle. Milwaukee . . . Engineering . ROBERT C. RITTMAN . . Milwaukee . . Engineering . . . ASME; Mining and Metallurgv Club. JOHN J. RITZLER . . . Milwaukee . . . Geologv . . . Geologv Club ... Phi Delta Theta. GEORGIA A. ROBERTS . Wauwatosa . . . Bacteriology. PATRICIA J. ROBERTS . . Wild Rose . . . Economics . . . Artus . . . Hoofers; 770 Club; Snow Ball; Greek Week; University Chorus . . . Alpha Gamma Delta. WALTER D. ROBERTS Wausau . . . L S . . . Theta Chi. ANITA M. ROBERTSON . . Rice Lake . . . Art Education . . . Sigma Lambda, Pres. . . . Campus Carnival; Careers Conference; Union Gallery Committee. RACHEL ROBIN . . . Brockton . . . L S . . . Pembroke College . . . Hillel . . . WSG.A; Civilian Defense Committee; University Chorus; Senior Swingout. CLARIE R. ROBINSON. . . MontelU and Blade . . . Ripon College. LESLIE E. ROBINSON Racine . . . . Insurance Societv . . . MH. Cabinet. . Economics . . . Scabbard Business Administration PATRICIA A. ROBINSON . . . Sheboygan . . . Home Economics . . . WSG. ; Euthenics; Union At Ease Committee . , . Chi Omega. JOHN H. ROCKEY . . . Madison . . . L S ... Phi Beta Kappa, Phi Eta Sigma, N ' u Sigma Mu . . . Psi Upsilon. ROBERT R. RODEWALD . . . Milwaukee . . . Engineering . . . Kappa Eta Kappa, AIEE. 441 DliLTON A. ROKHM . , Applcton . . . Accouininj; . . Plii Hi. Sigma; Beta Gamma Sigma; Beta Alpha Psi . . . Union Music Com- inictee; University Symphony . . . Sigma Phi Epsilon. RO HHRT i;. ROI-SKI- . . . Wayside Ps ' chology Ki:NNi;rM J. ROirrS . . . Milwaukee . . . Correctional Adminis- iiaiion . . Cnnie dull, Crew. CHARLES H. ROGERS . . . Oshkosh . . . Business Administra- tion . . . .Mpha Kappa Psi . . . Marketing Club; Insurance Society. JOHN D. ROGERS . . . Skaneateles, N. Y. . . . Engineering . . . . lplia Delta Phi. DON M. ROISUM . . . Madison . . . L S. Trenton, N. .].... L S New .Jersey EMILIi; L. ROSEN College. MORTIMER G. ROSEN . . Brooklyn, N. Y. . . . L S ... Phi Eta Sigma . . . Student Board, Special Projects Committee, Chairman; Interfraternity Council Representative . . . .Mpha Epsilon Pi, Treasurer. MARILYNNE H. ROSENBERG . . . Green Bay . . . journalism . . . Coranto, Secretary; W ' HA, Career Con terence; Orientation, Sub- Chairman. RONALD G. ROSENK.RANZ . . . Rhinelander . . . Engineering . . . Mining Club; Polygon Board . . . Delta Sigma Phi, President. ROBERT E. ROSENMEIER . . . Beaver Dam . . . Business Adminis- tration . . Newiium Club, Rifle Team . . . Lambda Chi Alpha. ELIZABETH ROSS . . . Green Bay . . . Business Administration . . . Carlton College . . . Delta Gamma, Secretary. JOHN W. ROSS . . . Kohler . . . Agriculture . . . Brooklyn, N. Y. . . . L S . . . Phi Beta Kappa, Sophomore Honors . . . Hoofers; Campus Carnival. WILLIAM B. ROSS Sophomore High Honors Tau. HERMAN C. ROTH Brooklyn, N. Y. . . . Phi Beta Kappa; Campus Carnival; Hoofers . . . Zeta Beta Milwaukee . . . Engineering. ROBERT Q. ROTHE . . . Fcnnimore . . . Business Administration. MARLENE ROTHMAN . . . Chicago, III English . . . Wiskits . . . University of Illinois. MARY J. ROTT . . . Richland Center . . . L S . . . Union Stiident- Facultv Committee, Chairman; Union House Committee . . . Chi Omega. BELLA D. RUBIN President, WPhS, One CHARLES RUBINSTEIN ... Phi Epsilon Pi. ARDIS B. RUBISCH . . . Thorp . . . L S Milwaukee . . . Pharmacy . . . Kappa Epsilon, tion. La Crosse . . . Finance . . . Hillel 442 RICHARD J. RUCK HaJgc- MARLYS L. RUDD . . . Eaii Claia- . . . Miisit , . . Sigma Alpha Iota, Sec; Concert Band; A Cappella Choir, Tournament of Song, Co- Chairnran, North Central College. RONALD W. RUEFENACHT . . . West BenJ . . . Engineering . . . Alpha Chi Sigma . . . Tau Beta Pi; Phi Eta Sigma . . . AIChE. DEAN A. RUID . . . Madison . . . Physics. CAROL D. RUMINER ... La Grange, 111 Education . . . Signi; Kappa Phi . . . Pan Hel Ball; Elections; Campus Carnival; Pan He Council; Gamma Phi Beta. HOWARD J. RUSCH Light Building Association KENNETH G. RUSH Club . . . Theta Chi. GEORGE D. RUSSELL . FFA . . . Delta Theta Sigma. Phelps Springheld, Ohio . Apple Ri 111. Agriculture MARY A. RUSSELL . . . Madison . . . Home Economics . . . Phi Upsilon Omicron . . . Omicron Nu . . . Euthenics; WSA, Sophomore Honors; Orientation, Union Library Committee. DUANE RUTTE JOHN E. RYALL DONALD J. RYAN ministration . . . W Club Marion . . . Agriculture . . . Sigma Nu. Kenosha . . . Geology . . . Phi Sigma Kappa. . . . Council Bluffs, Iowa . . . Business Ad- WVestling Team, Captain. DONALD P. RYAN , . . Janesville . . . Civil Engineering . Phi Eta Sigma . . . Memorial Union Pres.; Games Chairman; Activ Bureau; Humorology . . . Prom King; Mace Society, Iron Cross Phi Delta Theta, President. RICHARD P. SABIN . . . Acacia. Stoughton L S KENNETH M. SACHTJEN . . . Madison Nu. Phi Eta Sigma, Pn Football; W Club. Nu Sigma DELORES E. SAEMISCH BEVERLY SAGER Union House Comm. . . Wvnnewood, Pa. Chi Omega. DAVID W. SALAN . . . Waupaca Comm.; Music Committee. L S. . Home Economics . . L S . . . Band; Union Filn HERBERT M. SALGADO . Forraleza, Ceara, Brazil . . . Eco- nomics . . . International Club; Spanish-Portuguese Club, ' ice-Pres. BARBARA A. SALISBURY Orientation, Social Wc rk Club . . LIONEL D. SALTZBERG Union Commons Committee. . . Madison . . . Social Work . Delta Delta Delta. Waukegan, 111. . . . L S ... Hi 443 JOHN i;. SAL .1-:R . . . Madison . . . Busux-ss Admrnistration. FRANCES M. SAMSFL . . . Racine . . . Education . . , Eiithcnics. JOHN J. SAMSELA . . . Madison . . . Education. DAVE H. SANDERS . . . Elkhorn . . . Pharmacy . . . Wisconsin Pharmaceutical Association. Kappa Ps RAYMOND L. SANDERS ... Elm Grove . . . Engineering Newman Club; Orientation, AlChE . . . Sigma Phi Epsilon. JANET B. SANDMIRE Cottage Gr CAROL SANDOW . . Brooklyn, N. Y L S . Publicity Chairman. . . ISA;Hillel, LAWRENCE J. SANTULLI . . . Madison . . . Phar man Club, APhA; WPhS. iiac)- . . . New- EDWIN SAUL . . . Port Jervis, N. Y. . . . L S . . . Pi. Alpha Epsilon CHARLES L. SAUNDERS, JR. . . . Evanston, III . . L S . . . Senior Class, Vice-Pres. . . . Delta Kappa Epsilon. JOANNE SAXE . . . Milwaukee . . . Business Administration . . . Washington Universitv . . . WAA; Marketing Club; Hillel; Union Trends Committee, HOWARD J. SAYRE . . . Edgert on . . . |ournalism . . . Sigma Delta Chi . . . Dailv Cardinal. WILLIAM M. SCANLON ... La Crosse . . . Engineering . . . Kappa Eta Kappa ... La Crosse State; St. Norbert ' s College . . . New- man Club. NORBERT D. SCHACHTNER . . . Beaver Dam . . . Agriculture . . . Alpha Zeta . . . 4-H; PEA; Blue Shield; Ag. Student Council. SALLY E. SCHAEFER . . . Appleton . . . L S . . . Sophomore Honors . . . Badger; Homecoming; Orientation; Prom Executive Sec- retary, Badger Board, Pres., Secretary . . . Kappa Kappa Gamma. JAMES C. SCHAPER . . . Milwaukee . . . Business Administration . . . Sigma Epsilon Chi . . . IF, Orientation; Finance Society; Badger Beautv Contest . . . Phi Gamma Delta. WALTER Rifles, Univt F. SCHAR rsity Chorus; . . Madison Pi Kappa . . . Economics Alpha. Pershing DAVID B Internationa SCHEFRIN . Club; Young R . Mihvau ;publicans kee . . ... Pi Econom Lambda Ph SAM; JEANNINE M. SCHEIBEL . . M arshali . . . Edi cat on CHARLES W. SCHEID. . . Sparta . . PhN sics. WILLIAM D. SCHEID . . . Sterling, III. . . . Political Science . . . Fencing; Badger , . . Alpha Tau Omega. 444 NANCY E. SCHENCK . . . Galesville . . . Music . . . Sigma Alpha Iota . . . Northwestern University . . . University Symphony Orchestra. RICHARD G. SCHENK . . . . Sigma Nil. Green Bay EUGENE D. SCHILLING . . Madison International Relations Chemistry. RICHARD J. SCHLAFER . . . Madison . . . Social Work . . . Social Work Ciuh. VERA E. SCHLEGEL Epsilon Sigma. Milwaukee . . . Chemistry MARVIN SCHLEINZ . . . Sheboygan . . . L S. Sigma JOHANNA E. SCHLICHTING . . . Shebovgan . . L S. HELENE M. SCHLUETER . . . Oshkosh . . . L S . . . Humorology . . . Kappa .Alpha. ROBERT G. SCHMELING . Milwaukee . . . Journalism . . . Dailv Cardinal. PAULINE L. SCHMEUSZER . . . Milwaukee . . . L S . . . Heidel- berg College . . . Wisconsin State Student Nurse Association. ROBERT E. SCHMID . . . Appleton . . . Business Administration . . . Mace . . . SAM; WMA; Crew; Homecoming; Orientation; Campus Carnival; Badger, Humorology; IF Council; Job Opportunities Con- ference, General Chairman . . . Sigma . lpha Epsilon, President. DONALD R. SCHMIDT . . . Arlington . . . Agriculture . . . Saddle and Sirloin. JAMES A. SCHMIDT . . . Wauwatosa . . . Metallurgical En- gineering . . . W Club; Crew; Orientation; Pot Pourri. LESLIE J. SCHMIDT . . . Ogema Sirloin. LOIS E. SCHMIDT . . Jefferson House, Treasurer, Secretary. Agriculture . . . Saddle and . L S . . . Badger, White RUSSELL P. SCHMIDT . . . Reedsburg . . . Agriculture . . . Inter- Fraternity . . . Alpha Chi Rho. DONALD L. SCHMITT . . . Edgerton . . . Agriculture . . . Alpha Phi Omega, President . . . Colorado , M . . . Newman Club, Pres- ident, Saddle and Sirloin . . . Alpha Gamma Rho. THOMAS H. SCHMITT . . . Milwaukee . . . L S . . . Finance Society; Senior Council; Homecoming . . . Sigma Chi. BETTY J. SCHNEIDER . . . Monroe . . . L S . . . International Club. DONALD V. SCHNEIDER Biology . . . Newman Club. Oshkosh . . . Medical Micro- LEONARD J. SCHNEIDER . . . Stoughton . . . Music ... Phi Mu. 445 T f7 ' - ■kmM MAKKHNIi j. SCMNIilDIiR . . . Cliicigo, III. . . . EJucat.on I ' .inluik-nic. ; LIriion Dance- Committee; Senior Swingout. ROSIiMARY G. SCHNEIDERS Beauty, Miiitarv Ball Court of Honor Madison . . . L S . . . Badger . Kappa Kappa Gamma. SHELDON I-. SCHNOU. MilwuukeL Insurance Society . . . Phi Sigma Delta. DANIEL R. SCHOMISCH . . Hurley . Pharmacy College . . Wisconsin Pharmaceutical Association. QUINTIN C SCHOW ALTER FFH;4-H . . . Alpha Zeta. GERALD C. SCHROEDER tration . . . Marketing Club. . Agriculture . . Business Adniini; HELEN C. SCHUBERT . . . Cedarhurg . . . Education . . . Carroll College . . . Coronto . . . Wiscettiquette Editor; Cardinal, Cop Editor, Exchange Editor. JOHN SCHUETZ . . Mad.son . . . L Association. FREDRICK E. SCHULTE R acine trical Engineering . . . Kappa Eta Kappa AIEE; IRE. Lutheran Student Mechanical and Elec- Band, Track, ASME, MARION N. SCHULTE Schoeders. Racine . . . Education . . . ISA; Long Beach, N. Y. . . . L S . . . Dailv CHARLES M. SCHULTZ . . . Auroraville . . . Agriculture. CAROL SCHULTZ Cardinal. DONALD A. SCHULTZ tion . . . Insurance Society. Business Administra- ELMER E. SCHULTZ . . . Oconomowoc . . . Engineering . . . Theta Tau . . . SAC; ASCE. JOYCE D. SCHULTZ Harp Choir . . . Alpha Phi Home Economics . 4-H, MARVIN A. SCHULTZ . . . Milwaukee . . . Psychology ... Phi Eta Sigma. PATSY O. SCHULTZ ... La Crosse . . . Economics . . . Stephens College . . . Gamma Phi Beta. ROBERT A. SCHULTZ . . . Neenah . . . L S . . . NSA; Union Committee Activities Bureau. WILLIAM C. SCHULTZ . . . Sheboygan . . . Engineering ... Phi Eta Sigma, Eta Kanpa Nu, Vice-Pres.; Tau Beta Pi; Phi Kappa Phi; Phi Mu Alpha-Sinixjnia . . . Sheboygan Extension . . . UW Bands, Calvary Lutheran Church, President. WILLIAM A. SCHULZ . consin Pharmaceutical Society Wauwacosa . . RUTH L. SCHUMACHER . . . Watertoun Pharmacy . . . Wis- . . Nursing. 446 ROBERT J. SCHUMERTH . . DePere . . . Geologv St Norbcrt Qillegc . . . GeoIogv CIiib; IF Delegate; Winter Cariiiviil, Provost Corps. CLIFFORD B. SCHWAM . . New York, N. Y .. . . L S . . IF Public Relations Chmn.: Cardinal; Badger . . . Zeta BetaTau, Secretary. MARILYN SCHWARTZ . . . Bronx, N. Y. . . . L S . . . Union House Conuiiittee, Dance Committee, Entertainment Committee, Court ol Honor Committee. RALPH J. SCHWARTZ . . . Kennan . . . Agriculture . . . 4-H, Blue Shield; Saddle and Sirloin Club, Meats, Livestock Judging Team; Little International Livestock Show . . . Alpha Gamma Rho. WALTER R. SCHWARTZ . . . Lancaster . . . Medical Science . . . Phi Eta Sigma; Phi Chi . . . Band; Medichoir. THEODORE H. SCHWEDENBERG . . . Seaford, Del. . . . L S. . . . Iron Cross . . . Wisconsin Idea, Editor. CHARLES E. SCHWEIGER . . . Lad smith . . . Geologv. Sheboygan . . . L S Soci PATRICIA A. SCHWEIK.ERT Work. EUGENE W. SCHWEITZER Orchestra, President. ' erona . . . Music . . . S mphon ' JAMES N. SCHWID ceutical Societv. JOSEPH J. SCHWIND AICHE. Milwaukee . . . Pharmacy . . . Pharma . . Milwaukee . . . Engineering . . MARY A. SCHWINGLE . . . Muscoda . . . Economics . . . Ros; College . . . Student Board Committee . . . Delta Delta Delta. ANDREA L. SCOTT . . . Belle ... At Ease Union Committee. L S . . . Sigma Delta Pi MORTON D. SCRIBNER . . . Milwaukee . . . Commerce . . . Phi Eta Sigma; Beta Gamma Sigma, Phi Beta Kappa . . . Track; Cross- country, Manager, Freshman Orientation ... Pi Lambda Phi. WILLIAM A. SCRITSMIER . . . Bloomer . . . Commerce- Marketing . . . Marketing Club, MH. Workshop. JOHN J. SEARLE . . . Markesan . . . Political Science . . . MHA; Student Board Representative; Mil Ball, Tickets Chairman; LaFoUette, President. WILLIAM T. SEEMAN . . . Madison . . . Marketing Delta Sigma . . . Marketing Club, . rnold . ir Societv. THOMAS M. SEGERSON Delta Chi. Madison . . .Journalism . Alpha Sigma ROBERT M. SEIDL . . . Manitowoc . . . Engineering ... Phi Eta Sigma, Pi Tau Sigma . . . Newman Club; ASME; SAE. MARILYN J. SEIVWRIGHT Western Springs, III. ... L S . . . Sigma Epsilon . . . Sigma Kappa. WALLACE R. SEMROU . . . Milwaukee . . . L S. 447 dMmM Cliitago, 111. . . . L S . . . SigtiKi Delta . Hillcl Foundation; Cincnia; Acailt-niic HARHAKA R. SENN I ' l, SojihoMioic Honors . Allans Coinnnttfc; NSA. KENNliTH K. SEPERSKY . . . DePcre . . . Commerce . . . Sc ab- liarj and Blade ... St. Norbert College . . . Insurance Society; Mil Ball Board, Chairman . . . Sigma Chi. ROHHRT M. SERGENIAN . . . Madison . . . Business Adminis- ir.inoii . . Beta Alpha Psi . . . Boxing. . Kenosha . . . Engineering . . . S. . Menasha . . . Hospital Dietetics Ne.wman Club, Euthenics Club. Home Economics . DONALD A. SERVAIS SME, FEE. ESTHER E. SEVENICH Theta Phi Alpha, Secretary . JOANNE SEYMOUR . . . Elkhorn Newman Club . . . Alpha Xi Delta. INEZ M. SHABALT . . . Milwaukee ... Art Education . . . Sigma Lambda . . . Milwaukee State College; .American . cademy of Dramatic Art . . . Winter Carnival. Business Administration JAMES A. SHADLER . . . Racin . . . SAM. JACK. A. SHAFFER . . . Monticello, N. Y L S . . . Sophomore Honors . . . Union Library Committee; Hoofers; Hillel; Jr. Orchesis. JOHN E. SHANNON, JR. . . . Madisoi . . . Phi Sigma Kappa. EUGENE B. SHAPIRO . . . Chicago, III. rion . . . Haresfoot ... Pi Lambda Phi. GLORIA C. SHAPIRO . . . Milwaukee . Committee . . . .Mpha Epsilon Phi. . . . L S . . . Baseball . . Business Administra- Education . . . Gallery HARVEY SHAPIRO . . . Erie, Pa. . . . Political Science ... Phi Beta Kappa; Sophomore Honors . . . Hillel; N. ACP; Cinema Com- mittee. MILTON SHAPSON MARILYN E. SHAW Lambda . . . LSA. Madison . . . L S . . . Phi Eta Sigma. . Superior . . . Education . . . Sign RICHARD G. SHEDESKY . . . La Crosse . . . Business Administra- tion . . . .-Mpha Kappa Psi . . . Insurance Society, Newman Club. ALBERT L. SHEPARD . . J.ickson Heights, N. Y. . . . Commerce . . . SAM .Marketing Club. IRVIN S. SHERMAN . . . Highland, Ind. . . . L S. JANICE L. SHERVEY . . . Arlington, Va. ... Art Education . . George Washington University . . . Gallery Committee; Art Student League . . . Chi Omega. VIRGINIA S. SHOCKLEY . . . Union Gallerv Committee. JOAN M. SHRADER Zeta. Thiensvillc . . . Art Education Wauvvatosa . . . Sociology . . . Delta 448 RICHARD G. SICKERT , . . Wauwatosa ASME . . . Kappa Sigma, Vice-President. CHARLES D. SICOWITZ, JR. SDA. JOHN T. SIEBERT . Mulison Engineering . . . Milwaukee . . , L S . . .SAM, L S . Phi Chi SAMUEL M. SIEBERT . . . Baraboo . . . L S . . . Crime Club. LILLIAN I. SIEGAL . . . Chicago, III. . . . Speech Correction . . . Sigma Kappa Phi , . . WSGA; WAA; Hoofers . . . Alpha Epsilon Phi, President. HILBERT E. SIEGFRIED Kappa Eta Kappa. Engineering LEROY W. SIGLER . . . Port Edwards . . . Business Administra- tion and Law . . . Phi Delta Phi . . . Badger Village Council. PAUL H. SIGWALT . . . Madison . . . Speech . . . Scabbard and Blade . . . Haresfoot . . . Pot Pourri, General Chairman . . . Alpha Tau Omega. CORINNE K. SILVER Nursing . . . Delta Zcta. STANLEY C. SILVERBERG . . . Brooklyn, N. Y. . . . Economics . . . Phi Er.i Sigma, Arms . . . Union Forum Committee; Daily Cardinal. ELIZABETH M. SIME . . . Madison . . . Education . . . Sigma Epsilon Sigma . . . Student Alliance; League of Women Voters; YGOP, Student Board, Secretary; Freshmen Orientation; Homecoming, Careers Conference; Campus Chest; Badger, Personnel Manager; SLIC . . . Delta Gamma. WILLIAM A. SIME . . . Madison . . . Agriculture. GERALD D. SIMON . Phi Eta Sigma . . . AICHE HERBERT C. SIMONSON Upsilon. RICHARD D. SIMONSON West Orange, N. J. . . . Engineering . . . Alpha Epsilon Pi. Madison . . . L S ... Phi Lambda . Wittenberg . . . Journalism. LAVERNE A. SIMS . . . Milwaukee . . . Medical Technology Alpha Delta Theta . . . Sigma Epsilon Sigma . . . Newman Club. RUTH E. SINNESS . . . Devils Lake, N. D. . . . L S. MARGIE L. SITRICK. . . . Davenport, Iowa . . . L S . . . L Lawn House, President. BETTY G. SKALITZKY . . . Milwaukee . . . L S. CURTIS E. SKINNER . . . Racine . . . Commerce . . . Alpha Kappa Psi . . . Finance Society, SAM; Union Dance Entertainment Committee; MHA Commons Committee. RICHARD E. SKOGG . . . Green Bay Alpha Kappa Psi . . . Insurance Society; ISA. Public Utilities ) miM I i rA, M St k, 44.9 CI.ORIA N. SKULDT . . . Madison . . Psychology. RAYMOND E. SK.UPNIEWICZ . . Stevens Point . . BS I ' hi Chi , . Stevens Point State College . . . Newman Cluh, MHA Workshop, President. KAl.l ' H J. SI.AW . Cleveland . . Pharmacy . . . Kappa Psi. EARL K.. SLOTTEN . . . Wittenberg Honors, Eta Kappa Nu . . . Baseball, LSA. Mines . . . Sophomore JOAN K. SMADER . . . Racine . ALVIN SMITH . . . Milwaukee Sii-nia Delta. Education. . L S . . . Swimming . EDWARD J. SMITH . . . Franksville . . . Pre-Med. ELVA A. SMITH . . . Endeavor . . . L S . . . Sophomore Honors , . . United Student Fellowship. EUGENE O. SMITH . . . Forest Hills, N. Y. . . . L S . . . Daily Cardinal; Union News Bureau. JAMES H. SMITH . . . Appleton . . . Education Favillc House, Sec.-Treas.; Men ' s Halls Chorus. KEITH W. SMITH . . . Waupaca . . . Agriculture Dairy Science Club, Conover House, Vice-President. MARGARET J. SMITH . Wauwatosa Hoofers. Scheders; Babcock Psychology ■ , , PATRICIA A. SMITH . . Elkhorn . , . L S . . . Mortar Board . . . WSGA; House Presidents ' Council; ISA; Careers Conference, Chairman. RAYMOND V. SMITH Psi . , Wis, Pharmaceutical So . Milwaukee . . . Pharmacy . . ciety. Kappa RICHARD H. SMITH . . . Wauwatosa . . . Mechamcal E ing . , Sigma Delta Omega . . . Milwaukee Extension . . . SAM, Student Board, Homecoming; Prom . . . Sigma Chi. ngineer- ASME, STUART B. SMITH . Beta Pi; Phi Lambda Upsilon. Wauwatosa . . . Engineering . . . Tau WILLIAM C. SMITH Beta Pi; Phi Lambda Upsilon . Wauwatosa . Phi Eta Si . . Engineering . gma. . . Tau GEORGE F. SNOW . . Bl Blade; Insurance Society. ue Hill, Me. . . L S . . . Scabbard and WILLIAM W. SOBOL . . . Kenosha . . . Engineering . . . ASME. DONALD J. SOE . . Wisconsin Rapids . . . Business Administra- tion . . . W Club; Student Board; Track; Freshmen Orientation; IF Council . . . Kappa Sigma. PATRICIA M. SOELCH . . . Madison . . . L S . . . Theater Com- mittee; Student Alliance Governing Board . . . Delta Delta Delta. 450 HARRY J. SOLBERG . . Madison . . Commertf . . . Insuraii Society, President. KEITH E. SOLHEIM . . . Poynette . . . Economics . . . Finance. CAROL J. SOLSRUD . . . Milwaukee . . . Home Economics . Hoofers; Junior Prom . Delta Zeta. MARVIN A. SONNTAG . . Fond du Lac . . . Business Adminis- tration . . . Alpha Phi Omega. ARTHUR S. SORENSEN, JR. . . . Milwaukee . . . Engineering. EARL O. SORENSEN . . . Madison . , . Education. MARY LOU SORENSEN . . . Madison . . . Home Economics , Euthenics, Home Economics Style Show, Chairman; Wiskits , Kappa Alpha Theta. LOIS-EVELYN SORRENTINO . . . Whitestone, N. Y . . L . . . ILS Council, Secretary. ROBERT A. SOSNOVSKE . . . Gleason . . . griculturc . Delta Theta Sigma. LESTER F. SOYKA . . . Bartlett, III. . . . Pha Fraternity Congress, Fencing . . . Beta Theta Pi. JEROME G. SPAAY tion. Appleton . . . Correctional Administra- KAREN K. SPAULDING . . . Madison . . . Home Economics Journalism . . . Coranto, Secretary . . . Theta Sigma Phi . . . Professional Pan-Hcllenic Council, Treasurer, Wisconsin Country Magazine; Orien- tation. SETH F. SPEERSTRA . . . Whitehall . . . Pharmacy . . . . Wisconsin Pharmaceutical Society. HARRY R. SPENCE . . . Milwaukee . . . Engineering . ASTE; International Club; Gallery Committee. ROY H. SPIES . Scabbard and Blade Chi. Milwaukee . . . Business Administration . . . . Finance Society; Orientation . . . Theta Delta SHIRLEY A. SPIETH . . . Racine . . . Home Economics . . . Carroll College . . . Euthenics; Hoofers. JOHN D. SPORAKOWSKI . . . South Milwaukee . . . Chemical Engineering . . . Alpha Chi Sigma . . . Tau Beta Pi; Phi Eta Sigma . . . AIChE., Secretary. SUZANNE STAFFORD . . . Madison . . . English . . . Gallery Committee, Summer Film Committee, Badger; Careers Conference . . . Kappa Delta. FRANK. O. STAIGER , . . Port Huron, Mich. . . . Commerce . . . Football ... Phi Delta Theta. ROBERT B. STAN AT . . . Racme . . L S . . . Orientation, Greek Week; Crew . . . Theta Chi. BERNARD J. STANLY . . . Milwaukee . . . L S. 451 Engineering . . . ASME WU.I.IAM K. STAPEL . Miluau . Workshop. (iEORGE G. STEBBINS, JR. .. . Madison L S Nu Sigma Nu . . . Phi Eta Sigma; Sophomore Honors . . , Harcsfoot, Orthe- sis; Men ' s Chorus; " Bartered Bride " ; Medichoir Alpha IXIta Phi ALICE R. STEBBINS Lambda, Secretary. Sign MARYANN R. STECKLING . . . Wausau . . . Medical Micro- Hiology . . . Sigma Epsiion Sigma . . . YWCA Cabinet. SORA M. STEELE . . . Cottage Grove . . . Home Economics . . . 4-H, Blue Shield, Wisconsin Country Magazine; Library Committee. BEVERLY A. STEFFEN . . . Appleton . . . Home Economics . . . Phi Upsilon Omicron. SEVERINA B. STEFFES Euthenics. JOSEPH D. STEIN . . . Clmtonvillc Home Economics FERDINAND G. STEINER . . . Mondovi . . . Business Adminis- tration . . . Band; Men ' s Chorus ... Pi Kappa Alpha, President. LEONARD E. STEINER DLIANE R. STELLMACHER tration. DONALD K. STEPHENSON . . . Union Dance Committee. Madison . . . Pharmacy . . . APhA, . . . Nekoosa . . . Business Adminis- [anitowoc . . . Engineering ASHER STERN . . . Chicago, III. . . . Business Administration . . . Sophomore Honors ... Pi Lambda Phi, Treasurer. MARSHALL D. STERN . . . Milwaukee . . . Business Administra- tion . . Student Board, Wages and Hours Committee; New Student Week, Chairman, 770 Club, Chairman, Wrestling . . . Phi Sigma Delta. ROBERT L. STERNA Oilman House, President. JOHN A. STERNKOPF waukee Extension . . . NSA. DONALD F. STEVENS Engineering Oconomowoc DONNA J. STEVENS . . . Cassville . . . Child Development Phi Upsilon . . . YWCA . . . Alpha Gamma Delta. MARION G. STEVENSON . . . Oshkos cello College. GERALD A. STEWART . . . Madison Society; Hillel Council . . . Zeta Beta Tau. KENNETH R. STICHA . . . Madison . . . . . English . . . Monti- . . L S . . . Insurance Education. 452 MARY L. STIEHM . , . Madison . . . Arc . . . Sigma Lambda, Vice- Presidenc . . . Junior Orchesis; Union Gallerv Committee. THOMAS D. STOCKS, JR. tration . . . Finance Societv. Business Adniinis- Economics MARGUERITE L. STOECRER . . . Waukesha . . . Dolphin, Union Dance Committee; WSGA; Badger KARL G. STOEDEFALKE . . . Milwaukee . . . Education . . Delta Sigma Pi . . . Swimming Team; Cheerleader. DONALD A. STOLZMAN . . . Tigerton . . . Business Administra- tion , . . Alpha Delta Sigma, Vice-President . . . MH. Cabinet, Student Conduct Committee, Chairman; Commerce Council, Marketing Club, President HOWARD L. STONE . . . Manitowoc . . . Education. BURTON A. STRNAD ternitv ... Pi Lambda Phi. JAMES A. STROEBEL . . . Milwaukee . . . Education ball. Soph. Manager. Baseball. Junior and Senior Manager LILLIAN O. STRONG . . . Madisc University Chorus. L S . . . Inter-Fra- Basket- Nursing . . . LSA Choir, PAUL J. STROTHENKE . Pi. jkee . . . L S . . . Delta Sigma MARY L. STUBENRAUCH . . . Sheboygan . . . Medical Tech- nology . . . Alpha Delta Theta, Treas. . . . Sigma Epsilon Sigma . . . Senior Swingout, Careers Conference; Sophomore Honors; Senior Honors . . . Alpha Gamma Delta. LA VERNE A. STUEBER Alpha Chi Sigma . . . Tau Beta Pi Fond du Lac . . . Engineering . . AIChE, President. SHIRLEY J. STUKINS . . . Madison ... Phi Chi Theta . . . Union Dance Committee, SAM . . . Delta Zeca. Vice-President. JENNIE G. STUMPF . . . Madison . . . Commerce ... Phi Chi Theta . . . Summer Board, Pres.; Insurance Society, Secretary, SAM; Ciyil Defense Committee, Chairman; Orientation . . . Chi Omega. DANIEL STUPEK . . . Milwaukee . . .Journalism. JOAN C. SULEWSKY . . Wauwatosa . . Hall, Pres. . . . Lawrence College. MARILYN J. SULLIVAN . . . Milwaukee . . . Milwaukee State College . . . LSA. ROBERT E. SUMNICHT . . . Shawano . . . and Sirloin . . . Delta Theta Sigma. Psychology . . . Squire . . . Home Economics Agriculture . . . Saddle KAREN E. SUNDNES . . . Milwaukee . . . Sociology . . . Dolphins, Hoofers, Pledge Pres. Council; Ski Team . . . Milwaukee-Downer College . . . Delta Gamma. NORMAN P. SUPLINSKE . . . Green Bay . . . Engineering . . . ICappa Eta Kappa . . . AIEE; Wis. Engineer. WALTER B. Sl ' RERUS ... Los Angeles, Calif. . . . L S. 453 GLORIA C;. SUTCLIFFE . . Madison . . . L S . . Mortar Board, Sophomore Honors . . . Badger, Senior Editor; Badger Board, Secretary; Orientation ... Pi Beta Phi, President. CAROL W. SUTHERLAND . . . Milwaukee . . . Home Economics , . . Phi Upsilon Omicron . . . Euthenics . . . Alpha Phi, DOROTHY J. SUTTER . . . Milwaukee . . L S HENRY J. SUTTLE . . . Milwaukee MARY M. SUTTON . . . Peoria, 111. . . . Langdon Hall, Pres.; Dorm Presidents Coiinc . . . Kappa Kappa Gamma. GLENN R. SVOBODA . . . Racine . . . C Sigma . . . Marching Band. Education. . Education Hoofers; Colorado College ry . . . Alpha Chi DOUGLAS C. SWACINA . . . Madison . . . Agriculture . . . Alpha Gamma Rho. CHARLOTTE A. SW ANSON . . . Racine . . . Education ... Pi Lambda Theta , . . Sigma Epsilon Sigma . . . WSGA Style Show, Sec; Career ' s Conference, Chairman; Senior Swingout . . . Gamma Phi Beta. MORRIS SWEET Hoofers, Treasurer. L S ... Phi Sigma NORBERT A. SWEET . . . MUwauk Delta, ROBERT E. SWENSON . . . Underhill . . . Economics . . . Fina Society , - . IF Representative , , . Lambda Chi Alpha. DAVID V. SYFTESTAD . . . Madison . . . Commerce ... I Alpha Psi. JANE L. SYLVAN . . . Fanwood, N. J. . . . L S . . . Pan-Hellenic, Vice-Pres.; Student Board Nat ' l, Internat ' l Comm,; Badger, Activities Editor; Homecoming; Greek Week; Campus Community Chest; Crafts Committee . . . Alpha Phi, President. PETER J. SZEREMETA . . . Milwaukee . . . Engineering . . . Kappa Eta Kappa . . . Phi Eta Sigma; Eta Kappa Nu . . . AIEE; IRE. DALE H. SZULCZEWSK.I . . . Waukesha . . . Pharmacy ... Phi Eta Sigma . . . Men ' s Halls Chorus . . . Bierman House, Sec; APhA . . . Alpha Chi Rho, NICK G. TAKTOKOPOLILOS . . . Milwaukee . . . Engineering . . . M ME, Secretary, AIMME, ASM ... Pi Kappa Alpha, Secretary R. PETER TARNOWSK.I . . . Milwaukee . . . Engineering . . . ASCE, President; SAME, Vice-President . . . Triangle. LAWRENCE H. TASKER . . . Madison . . . Engineering . . . Alpha Phi Omega . , . Scabbard and Blade; Pershing Rifles, ASME, SAE. THOMAS S. TAYLOR . . FREDERICK H. TEBEAU Dance Committee. SALLY L. TEETER . . . Stevens Point Freshmen Orientation; Euthenics. Sparta . . . Economics . . . Sigma Phi. . . Middleton . . . Socic " )logv . . . Union 454 GERALD H. TELETZKE . Beaver Dam . Chi Epsilon, President, Tau Beta Pi . . . ASCE. FLOYD A. TELSAMPE Kenos Engineering SHERWOOD E. TEMK.IN tration . . . IF jiidiLial ConimittLe losha . . . Business Administration. Milwaukee . . . Business Adminis- . . Phi S[gma Delta. WALTER J. TEMPAS . . . Cedar Grove . . . Engineering . . . ASAE; ASME, S. E, Saddle and Sirloin . . . .Mpha Gamma Rho. ROGER R. TEMPLAR . . . Horicon . . . Economics . . . Finance Society. JACOB B. TENHOVE . . . Patchogue, N. Y. . . . Business Administration . . . Hooters Sailing Club. MARILYN K. TEPLINSKY . . Madison . . L S . . Zeta Phi Eta. JAMES J. TERNES . . . Marblehead, Mass. . . . Business Adminis- tration . . . Finance Societv; Marketing Club . . . Phi Kappa Sigma. DARRELL D. TESCH . . . Wausau . . . International Relations . . . IF Council, Student Alliance, Treasurer, Baseball; Scabbard and Blade ... Chi Phi, Vice-President. HARRIS I. THACHER . . . Zenda . . . Agriculture . . . Saddle and Sirloin; Blue Shield . . . Delta Theta Sigma. CARL J. THEDENS . . . Pittsville . . . Agriculture Education . . . Rural Art Show, 4-H, Blue Shield, Treasurer; FFA, MHA. JOHN D. THENELL tion . . . Marketing Club. LOIS H. THIBODEAU Alpha Chi, Sigma Lambda . Sturgeon Bay Business Adnunistra- W ' aukesha . . . .Applied Art . Professional Pan-Hel Counc JAMES R. THIRY . . . Green Bay . . . Sociologv . . . Alpha Phi Omega . . , Elections, Polls Chairman. ELIZABETH M. THOMA . . . Madison . . . L S . . . Freshmen Orientation; Campus Community Chest. LAWRENCE M. THOMAS . Berlin cock Club. ELLEN G. THOMPSON . Madison Sigma Lambda, Treasurer, HELEN A. THOMPSON Spooner Euthenics. Agriculture . . . Bab- . . rt Education . . . Home Economics . . . JEAN M. THOMPSON . . . Madison ... Art Education . . . Cam- pus Chest, Junior Prom, Union Dance Committee, Campa; Activities Junction. JOHN M. THOMPSON Ride Team, WPhA, APhA. LEE F. THOMPSON Verona Chemist Phi Lambda Upsilon . . , Varsity Rifle Club. Pharmacy . . , Varsity Phi Eta Sigma, 455 MARDHRV J. THOMPSON Sp;irt . . . Alpli.i Xi I lt.i MARY A. THORNTON Ciiki, III. ol Giioculo . . . Ii.ulf;ur . . , Alpli.. Phi. SIDN1:Y li. THORP . Hivuiiil . . Collc-j;i.- . . . Chess Ckih, D.i.Iv C irdiiiid. I . . . Honic Kcoiiomics , . . L S . . . Univt-rsity L S . . . Superior State L. WILLIAM THRONDSON . . . SAE, Chairman. WILLIAM H. TIFFANY . . Cameron State College . . . Insurance Societv. EDITH H. TILLMANN Mora, Minn. . . . Engineering Insurance . . . Superior Green Bav . . . L S . . . Dailv Cardinal. MARY N. TILSETH . Ht usc Commirree . . . Gai . Menomonii nil Phi Beta. RUDOLPH W. TIMMEL . . . Oconomowoc . . . Economics. NAOMI S. TITLE . . . Detroit, Mich L S ... U. of Michigan . . . Sigma Delta Pi. GLENN O. TORGERSON . . Hayward . . . Beta Alpha Psi . . . Phi Eta Sigma . . . MHA judicial Committee; MHA Public Relations Committee; Goldberg, President. HELEN J. TOWNS . . . Janesville . . . Home Economics . . . Eu- thenics Club . . . Union House Committee; Harvest Ball, Arrangements Chairman . . . Delta Zeta, Secretary. DOROTHY L. TOWNSEND . . . Omaha, Nebr. . . . L S . . . University of Omaha . . . Chi Omega, President. RAYMOND H. TRACHTE Engineering. ROBERT H. TRAVER . . . Milwaukee . . . Engineering ... Phi Eta Sigma; Pi Tau Sigma, Tau Beta Pi . . . ASME, Radio Club, SAE. DAVID A. TRAYSER Student Fellowship; SAE. Madison . . . Engineering SILVIO A. TRECROCI . . . Kenosha . . . L S . . . Finance Society; SAM . . . Alpha Tau Omega. ANNE C. TREDWELL . . . BronxviUe, N. Y L S . . . Gamma Phi Beta. FLOYD F. TREICHEL . . . Appleton . . . Economics . . . Menasha Extension. DOMINIC TRENTADl ' E . . . Racine . . . Economics . . . Freshman Orientation . . . University Chorus . . . Beta Theta Pi. C. LEWIS TRINE . . . Dodgcville . . . Business Administration . . . Beta Alpha Psi; Alpha Kappa Psi . . . Phi Kappa Phi; Beta Gamma Sigma . . . University Chorus, A Cappella Choir. CHARLOTTE J. TROMBLA Manitowoc . . . Music . . . Sigma Alpha Iota . . . University Women ' s Chorus. 456 PETER H. TSAO . . . Shanghai, Chin.i . . . L S. ALAN J. TURNBULL . . . Racine . . . L S. ARVONE A. TURNER . . . Colfax . . . Nursinj; . . . Hoofirs; LSA. JOAN C. UDISEKES . . . Milwaukee , . . L S . . . Careers Con- ference; Humorology . . . Alpha Xi Delta. MARIANNE A. UETZMANN . . . Wacertown . . . Education . . . Libr.tri Committee Union . . . Northwestern College. MARGERY H. UHL Galesv La Crosse Stare . . . Chi Omega. American Institutions . SALLY S. UHL . . . Madison . . . Home Economics . . . Union House Committee; Euthenics . . . Orientation . . . Alpha Gamma Delta. GARY J. UHLMANN Gymnastics. Chicago, III. Political Science MARILYN R. ULRICH . . . Racine . . . Education , , . Sigma Epsilon Sigma . . . Racine E.xtension; Sophomore Honors. STEPHEN URBANEC . . . Madison . . . International Relations . . , Russian Cluh, Polish Club, Sec. -Treasurer. aukee . . , Education . . . . . Spanish Club; Dolphin, BARBARA A. URBANSKI . . Mih Pi Lambda Theta . . . Sigma Epsilon Sigma Recreation Club. EINER E. VALDE . . . Madison . . . Economics . . . Finance Soc . L S . . . Crime FFA, Saddle and SALVADOR J. VALDOVINOS . . . Badger Club. H. M. VACE . . . Sun Prairie . . . Agriculture . Sirloin . . . Pl.itteville State Teachers College. JAMES A. VAN DE BOGART . . . Sevmour . . . L S ... Dor Duke. RICHARD H. VANDE LEEST . . . Green Bav . . . . SAM. JAMES W. VANDER ZANDEN . . . Green Bay . WILLARD L. VAN ERT . . . Milwaukee ... Con Council; Greek Week . . . Kappa Sigma. KENNETH G. VAN TINE , . .Jacksonville, Fla. . . . Psychology . . . Pictures Committee . . . Uni ' ersity of Delaware; Syracuse Uniyersitv . . . Phi Gamma Delta. DONALD L. VAN ZEELAND . . . Milwaukee . . . Engineering . , . AIEE. MARCIA J. VARNEY . . . Madison . . . Occupational Therapy . . . Union Crafts Committee, Campa . . . Kappa Delta. 457 MARGERY E. VAUGHN . . . Elkl Uiithc-nics Cluh . . . Alpha Xi Delta. ARTHUR J. VENZINA S. maP, lAMIS A. VIERHKII.IG (.Kologv CItlH, , flomc EcononiKS . . . . St. Croix Falls , . . Soils . . . Delta Badger . . . L S . . . Insurance Society; ROBERT L. VINTON - . . Manitowoc . . . Engineering . . . Sigma Alpha Epsi Ion, HOWARD F. VOEGEHI Theta Delta Chi. Monticello . . . Agriculture . . . JOYCE L. VOGEL . . . Milwaukee . . . L S . . . Euthcnics Club. THOMAS L. VOGT . . . Grand Island, Nebr. . . . Engineering . . . ASM . . . Mining Club, Wis. Engineer Staff . . . South Dakota School of Mines . . . Triangle. JAMES C. VOLKERT . . . Madison . . . Beta Theta Pi. MARJORIE A. VON BURG . . . Madison . . . L S . . . Union Host and Hostess Committee . . . Orientation; 770 Club, Decorations Chairman . . . Alpha Gamma Delta. LOIS E. VON DAHLEN . . . Eagle . . Upsilon Omicron . . . Euthenics. EDITH A. VOORSANGER . . Mih . . Union House Ser ' ice Committee, Care Home Economics aukee . . . L S rs Conference. DAVID A. VOSS Student Hoard Acaden . . Racine . . . Business Administration Affairs Committee . . . Alpha Chi Rho. MELVIN C. WADE . . Madison . . . Recreational Education . . . Phi Eta Sigma; Sophomore Honors; Mace, V ' ice-President . . .Recreation Leadership Club, Pres. ; Student Board, Vice-Pres.; Men ' s Chorus; Track; Orientation, Sub Chrm.; Octopus. Fort Atkinson . . . . Junior Prom Queen CHARLOTTE L. WAGENKNECHT Medical Technology . . . Alpha Delta Theta . . . Delta Delta Delta, President. LE ROY C. WALKER . . . Bismarck, N. D. . . . Engine AIChE . . . Bismarck Jr. College . . . Alpha Chi Rho. WILLIAM J. WALLMAN Delta Theta. CHARLES S. WALSH . JAMES H. WALSH Psi, Sophomore Honors Madison . . . Education . Delta Upsilon. Business Administration. Beta Alpha MICHAEL P. WALSH . . . Mineral Point . . . Engineering . . . AIChE, Newman Club, Bar-bell Club. JAMES F. WALSWORTH . . . Manitowoc . . . Education . . . Phi Eta Sigma . . . Phi Sigma Kappa, President. THOMAS R. WARD . . . Madison . . . Education . . . W Club, Cross Country, Track. 458 LEO J. WARDEN . . . Two Rivers . Economics. JOE R. WASHINGTON . . Madison . . L S . . Harc-sfoot. CHARLES L. WATERS . . . Ripon . . . Commerce . . . Insuranc Society . . . Delta Tau Delta. HARRY J. W ATSON SAE. Engineering . . . . SME; Nu Sigma Nii ROBERT C. WATZK.E . . . Madison L S . . - Phi Beta Kappa, Phi Eta Sigma; Sigma Delta Pi RAMONA J. WEBB . . . New London . . . Social Work . . . Social Work Club, Union Library Comm. . . . Delta Zeta. CARLOS A. WEBER . . Milwaukee . . . L S . . . Lambda Chi Alpha. JOHN E. WEBER . Menasha . . Commerce. JOHN P. WEBER . . . Pewaukce . . . Engineering . . . Theta Tau, Pres.; Arnold . ir Societv . . . Tau Beta Pi, Phi Eta Sigma; Sophomore High Honors . . . AlChE. RICHARD C. WEHNER . . Kenosha L S. AGNES R. WEHRLE . . . Fennimore . . . Home Economics . . , Phi Upsilon Omicron . . . Sigma Epsilon Sigma, Omicron Nu . . . Eu- thenics. Blue Shield Club; Saddle and Sirloin; Student Board; Regimental Band, Crucible, President. BEVERLY K. WEHRLE Lambda . . . Chi Omega. JEAN E. WEIDEPHUL Orientation. Badger Education Sigma BERNARD I. WEINSTEIN . . Madison . . . Medici Eta Sigma, Phi Beta Kappa . . . Hespena Forensic Societv. JOHN G. WEIHAUPT . . . Green Bav . . . Geology Phi Epsilon. L S . . . Dolphin Club, . . Phi Sigma WILLIAM E. WEINERT . . . Manitowoc . . . Policital Science . . . Phi Sigma Kappa. HOWARD L. WEINREICH . . . Jamaica, N. Y. . . . Accounting . . . Sophomore Honors . . . Student Board, Athenean; IF Delegate . . . Alpha Epsilon Pi. JANET D. WEISS . . . Milwaukee . . . Music Education . . . Sigma Alpha Iota . . . Sigma Epsilon Sigma; Sophomore Honors ... A Cappella Choir; Women ' s Chorus, Union Music Committee . . . Chi Omega. . Chicago, III L S . . Cinema; French . Portage . . . L S . . . Job Opportunities , . . Zeta Beta Tau. DONALD E. WEISSINGER . . . Milwaukee . . . Business Ad- ministration . . . Finance Society, Tennis . . . Chi Phi. LENORE M. WEISS Club. MARVIN A. WEISS Conference, General Chrn 459 LOti WEITERMANN . . . Sturgc-on Bay . . . Recreational Educa- tion . . . Recreation Cluh , . , Alpha Gamma Delta. CERALD O. WELCH PAUL G. WELLE Comni.; Greek Week Milwaukee . . . Education . . , Hoofers, Milwaukee . . . Economics . . . Huiueconiing . Sigma Alpha Epsilon, President. LAWRENCE H. WELLS . . . Mauston . . . Agriculture . . . ASAE. Saddle and Sirloin, Ag. Student Council . . . Alpha Gamma Rho. ROBERT L. WELLS . . . Solon Springs . . . Business Administra- tion . . . Alpha Beta Psi . . . Delta Upsilon. GERALD A. WEMPNER . . . West Allis . . . Engineering ... Pi Tau Sigma, Phi Eta Sigma, Tau Beta Pi . . . ASME; SAE. DONALD L. WERNER . . . Randolph . . . Medicine . burg er. President. RICHARD J. WERTEPNY Marinette . . L S. MAYNARD D. WERTZ . . . Sparta . . . Pharmacy. CAROL A. WESTERLUND . . La Crosse . . . Home Economics . . . Euthenics Cluh; Activities Bureau; Greek Week; Careers Confer- ence; Panhel Representative . . . Delta Zeta, Vice-President. Florence . . . Agriculture . . . Alpha Zeta PAUL R. WESTIN . . . Delta Theta Sigma. PHILIP K. WHALEN . . . Madison . . . Engineering . . . Kappa Eta Rappa , Newman Club, AIEE; SAM, Activities Junction; Orien- tation, Campus Carnival. RALPH C. WHALEY ROBERT C. WHEATON Beta Pi, DAVID L. WHEELER ME Club. janesville . . . Medicine. . . . Stoughton . . . Medicine . . . Phi Wauwatosa . . . Engineering . . . M GLEN L. WHEELER . . . Madison . . . L S . . . Phvsical Medicine . . . Physical Therapv Club, President. JAMES D. WHIFFEN . . . Madison . . . Medical Science . . . Nu Sigma Nu . . . Senior Council, Humorology, General Chrm.; Junior Prom; Badger Beauty Contest, General Chrm., Orientation . . . Phi Gamma Delta. CORKLEIGH E. WHITE . . . Madison . . . Business Administra- tion . . . Marketing, Photography. DONALD L. WHITE. . . Calmar, Iowa . . . Applied Mathematics and Mechanics . . . Phi Eta Sigma . . . Octopus, Associate Editor . . . Delta Sigma Phi. MARGARET P. WHITESTONE . . . Gaucher College . . . Alpha Phi. RUSSELL L. WHITMAN . Milwaukee, tion . . . Swimming . . . Kappa Sigma. Bronxville, N. Y. . . . L S Business Administra- 460 HAROLD C. WICHMAN consin Pharmaceutical Associati Milwaukff . . . Pharmacy . . . Alpha Epsilon Pi. Wis- . Phi DORIS WICK.ENBERG . . . Rockford, 111. . . . Speech Beta . . . Wisconsin Players; National Collegiate Players. GWEN A. WICK.HAM . , , janesville . , . English. CARLTON A. WIECK.ERT . . . Madison . . . Agriculture . . . Blue Shield Cluh; Food Technology Club. DAVID A. WIECK.ERT . . . Appleton . . . Agriculture ... Phi Eta Sigma; Alpha Zeta . . . Saddle and Sirloin, Blue Shield . . . Delta Theta Sigma. RONALD E. WIEDMAN La Crosse . . . . Tau Beta Pi. Eta Kappa Nu . . . UCLA . . Electrical Engineering AIEE, IRE;IES. CLIFFORD B. WIITA . . . Iron Belt . . . L S . . . Pershing Ritle Club . . . Lambda Chi Alpha. MARY A. WILEDEN . . . Madison ... Phi Upsilon Omicron, Pres. . . . Mortar Board; Crucible; Sigma Epsilon Sigma; Omicron Nu; Pi Lambda Theta . . . University Religious Council, Pres.; Student Board; Delegate to President ' s White House Conference; Professional Pan-Hellenic Council, President. DOYLE B. WILKE . . . Waterloo . . . Business Administration . . . Alpha Kappa Psi . . . Senior Council, Spooner House, Secretary. FRANK WILKENS JAMES A. WILL Theta. . . Hayvvard . . . Business Administration. Wauwatosa . . . Agriculture . . . Phi Delta DOROTHY C. WILLIAMS Epsilon Sigma. Sigma Delta Pi . . JANET A. WILLIAMS. . Kenosha . . . Education . . . Sigma Union News Bureau Committee. L S . . . Chi Omega. PATRICIA A. WILLIAMS ... Hot Springs, Ark. . . . L S Bradiord Junior College . . . Badger . . . Delta Gamma. MARILYN R. WILLIAMSON Ar . - . Universit ' Band, Women ' s Chorus. Speech and English GLENN J. WILROLT . . . Milwaukee . . . L S . . . Iron Cross . . . Dailv Cardinal, Business Manager . . . Delta Kappa Epsilon. MARY E. WILSEY . . . Brodhead . . . Nursing . . . Alpha Phi. THOMAS K. WILSON . . . " Wausau Music Committee . . . Chi Psi. . . . Agriculture . . . Union HARVEY S. WINEBERG . . . Chicago, III. . . . Commerce . . . Dailv Cardinal ... Pi Lambda Phi, President. EDWARD J. WINSLOW . . . Madison . . . Engineering . . . AIEE. GORDON H. WINSTON . . . Chicago, ministration . . . Badger, Cardinal, Fraternity Board of Directors. III. . . . Business Ad- 3uyers ' Co-op, Secretary 461 WALLACi; t. WINTER . . . Waus.ui . , . Comnicra- ... A Cappella Choir . . . Kappa Sigma. THOMAS W. WINTERS . . . Ladysmith . , . Pharmacy , , . WPhS. ROBERT W. WIRTH , . . Madison . . . HiisHK-ss Administration . . . Finance Society . . . Dt-lt.i Tan IVlta. BETSY J. WISEMAN . . . Janesvillc . . . Home Economics Educa- tion . . Union Music Committee; Euthenics Club; Student Board Record Sales ... Pi Beta Phi. GERALD E. WISEMAN Menomom tion Leadership Chib . . . Chi Phi. JAYNE C. WISHAU Racin . . . Coranto . . . Cardinal. Education . . . Recrea- lournalism and Advertising BETTY J. WISLAND . . La Crosse . . . Social Work . . . Social Work Club. GEORGE J. WITCZAK. . . . Milwaukee . . Agriculture. BETSEY A. WOHLFIEL . . . Columbus . . . Medical Technology . . . Sigma Epsilon Sigma . . . Alpha Delta Theta . . . Dolphins; WAA, Sec, Orientation ... Pi Beta Phi. SHIRLEY M. WOHLT . . Fremon Band. EDMUND J. WOJCIECHOWSK.I . . . Delta Sigma Pi. RICHARD C. WOLFGRAM Chi. Bacteriology . . . Concert Milwaukee . . . Education Oshkosh . . . Pre Med . . Phi GEORGE H. WONG Eta Kappa Nu, Treasurer . . Beloit . . - Engineering . . . Tau Beta Pi, Scabbard and Blade; Pershing Rifles. MARY LOU WOOD . . . Rochester . .. Art Education . . . Sigma Lambda . . . Union Gallery Committee, Careers Conference; Campus Carnival. MARY K. WOOD . . . Lakewood, Ohio . . . Physical Medicine . . . Physical Therapy Club; WAA. NORMAN B. WOOD . . . Two Rivers . . . L S. Milwaukee . . . Sociology HAROLD WORDEN, JR. Haresfoot; SAM; Swimming. HELEN L. WORKS . . G Euthenics Club. Hospital Dietetics JOSEPH E. WORTH . . . Stevens Point . . . Journalism. BONITA M. WRIGHT . . . Appleton . . . Education. DONALD E. WROBLEWSKI . . . Milwaukee . Pharmacy Newman Club; WPhA; APhA. 462 DONALD A. WRIJCK. . . Norwalk Air Society, Mining and Metailui y Club. Engineering . . . ArnolJ EVELYN C. WRUCK. PATRICIA A. YABS . . Norwalk- Kc-nosha . . Education. Dic-tL-tics. DONALD E. YAHR . . . h Kappa . . . Theta Chi. HELEN M. YAMAHIRO Education . . . Phi Epsilon Madi; L S. LOUISE A. YANK.E . . . Milwaukee . . . L S . . . Sigma Epsilon Sigma; Alpha Kappa Delta . . . Milwaukee Extension . . . Social Work Cluh; Hoofers; Student Board, Secretary, Senior Swingout, Chorus . . . Alpha Xi Delta. CHARLES L. YDERSTAD . . . Ashland . . . Engineering . . . Chi Epsilon . . . Football, ASCE; SAME, W Cluh . . . Thesis; ' Hydro- logic Studies of the Lake Mendota Drainage Basin. " IRVING YORK . . . Milwaukee . . . Education . . . Union Games Committee . . . Alpha Epsilon Pi. EDWARD J. YOUNG . . . Whitewater . . . Electrical Engineering . . . Kappa Eta Kappa . . . IRE, Pres.; AIEE, Crew. JEROME A. YOUNG . . . Merrill . . . Pharmacy . . . Kappa Ps . . . APhA, WPhA . . . Luedke House, President. HENRY T. YU . . . Kowloon, Hongkong . . . Engineering. Home Economics . . JEAN Y. YUNKER Milwaukee Extension . . . Wauwatosa Hoofers. CAROLYN M. ZABROCKI . . . Madison . . . Child Deyelop- ment . . Union Library Committee, Union Council, Euthenics, Stu- . . .Chi Omega. dent Board RICHARD E. ZACH . RALPH D. ZAFFRANN Newman Club; AICHE. Madison . . . Engineering . . . ASME. . . . Wauwatosa . . . Engineering . . MARY LOUISE ZAHRT . . . Wausau . . . Education Lambda Theta . . . Faculty Firesides, Co-Chairman. HAZEL ZAMPONI ALEX J. ZANDER . Exeland . Milwauke GERALD ZATLIN . . JUNE E. ZEITER MARTIN J. ZEMPEL Vice-President . . . WPhS. Green Bay . . . Pre Med. Marinette . . . Education . . . Alpha Phi, . . . Hartland . . . Pharmacy . . . Kappa Psi 463 ?? WARRKN 11. .UK . . Madison , , . AgriuiliuR . . . Alpha Zit.i . , . BluL- ShiL-ld, 4-H Chih; Rural Art Sliou, Chairman, RL-lig.uus Emphasis Week, Publicity; Ag. Home Ec Bant|uet, Tickets, University Religious Council . . . Delta Theta Sigma. WILLIAM J. 7.IEBUR New London Commerce. JHAN M. ZII:(;LI:R . . Lancaster L ' liK)!] n.iiice Committee; Campus Carni RICHARD J. ZIELINSKI L S . . Union News Hurt al, YC;OP ... Pi Beta Pin Bacteriolog ' AUDREY E. ZILISCH . . . Deiavan . . . Sigma Epsilon Sigma, Phi Beta Kappa ... Pi Lambda Theta, President . . . Orientation, Humor- ology, Badger, Assistant Editor . . . Alpha Gamma Delta, President. JEAN A. ZILLMER . . . . Union Theater Com Wauvvatosa . ttee; Hoofers English . . . Beloit College . PiBera Phi. iMdk RONALD C. ZIMBEHL WILLARD ZIMMERMAN Milwaukee . . . Wauwatosa Economics. , . Economics. THOMAS F. ZIRBES . . . Caledonia . . . L S . . . International Club; Russian Club, Mock UN Conference; Student Board International Committee. MARY ANN C. ZLATNIK . . . Two Rivers . . . Pre Med. ARTHUR H. ZRIMSEK. . . . Milwaukee . . . Metallurgical En- gineering . . . Indoor Track; Mining and Metallurgy Club. Oconto . . . Engineering . . . ASME, DONALD J. ZUTTER Sec.;SAE. WAYNE R. ZWICKEY Club, RALPH B. ZYLKE M CHANDRAVADAN I. GANDHI leal Engineering. Oshkosh . . . Geologv Geologv Journalism . . . Humorologv. . . Bomba , India . . . Chem- NORMAN A. FLETCHER . . . Birmingham, England . . . Me- chanical Engineering . . . Phi Eta Sigma ... Pi Tau Sigma, Vice-Pres- ideni ; Tau Beta Pi . . . ASME. 464 1952 Badger Staff Editorial Assistant Ediioi Audrey Zilisch; Copy Editors, Shirley Muhich; Sally Riblett, Production Editor, Toby Reynolds; Photography Editor, Jill Bump, Bob Sponhoiz, Assistant; Art Editor, Ken Eichenbaum; Administration Editor, Barbara Moorhead; Education Editor, Phil Ash; Activities Editor, Jane Sylvan, Beverly Mendelson, Assistant, Bob Finkbine, Sports; Living Units Editor, Dick Larkin; Organizations Editor, Rosemary Leahy, Barbara Morlcy, Assistant: Senior Editor, }o Saari; Office Managers, Lorna Gossett, Jean Culbertson, Nancy Bassett; Personnel, Nelda Kemmerer. Business Advertising Manager. Tom Towell; Ojfice Manager, Bob Erzinger; Badger Beauties, jim Whiffen. Photographers Gene Albert . . . Del Desens . . . Tom Ferderbar . . . Milt Lcidncr . . .John Mitchell . . . Leon Peterson. Photo Credits Subdivision Pages: Art, Ken Eichenbaum; Photography, Milt Leidner, Bob Gesteland; Badger Beauties, Bob Madigan. Production Staff Bud Ahrens . . . Billie Alexander . . . Sue Amundson . . . Anne Bissell . . . Joan Bitner . . . Denise DeGoumois . . . Peggy Des- Rochers . . . Dottie Eggert . . . Barbara Fitzpatnck . . . Barbara Friday . . . Joann Hallquist . . . Tom Henley . . . Paul C. Henlein . . . Roberta Hornig . . . Barbara Kloser . . . Nancy Kosloski , . . Bob Langford . . . Eileen Nagel . . . Nancy Runkel . . . James Shorr . . . Carolyn Soderstrom . . . Phil Stebbins . . . Mary Thomas . . . Jerry Trapp . . . Maurine Watson . . . Mary Louise Woodford. The School AH the faculty . . . particularly the University News Service, the Activities Office, the Union, and the Photo Lab. Last of All Our Sincere thanks to . . . Baker, Jones, Hausauer Savage, Inc. . . . George, Bob and Toots Mandel Engraving Co. . . . Bob, Don and Charles Mandel Durand Manufacturing Co. . . . Paul Nelson 465 Allis-Chalmers Makes Machinery To Help People Produce More — Have More — Enjoy More Leisure Time — ILive U etter " i Turbines Steam and hydraulic tur- bines that help provide low cost light and power for homes end factories. Tractors ► Wheel type and crawler type, plus implements and accessories — for agricul- tural and industrial use. i Motors 1 hp up — ac and dc — ft along with control and switchgeor, turning electric power into useful energy. Transformers ► Large power transformers to small distribution type — also circuit breakers and voltage regulators. i Graders Road machinery for con- struction, resurfacing and of street and highways. Kilns ► Also crushers, screens and grinding mills for the cement, mining and rock products industries. Serving All Industry for More Than a Century ALUS-CHALMERS § MILWAUKEE 1, WISCONSIN ik Sales Offices in All Major Cities 466 Personal Index Aa,lla,„l. 11 Aagaar.l 1(. Abb. H. Abbajav, I). Abbolli K. Able, .1. Able ., ' B Abral,a„,s„„. E 397 Adainariy, I). .,gj Adams, C. 3gl Adams. K.V STS Adams. J .11,1 .jiii Aderman. D ' 9-i Adkins, A. D. . . 51. 81, -an. .-ITS Adsit, .1. .)u,. Aebischer.K.:: I;) •Vdald. H. . , ' " Jt Affeldt, 1 |„7 -ns Abeam. A. F. 1 , •J ' ; " »-B .r]« Aberii, K I,, Ahlschwcde. (;. -i-j.am Abo, (.1. t,., Abrens, B.. .:. .,?; •iJ;---K ' «4 Abrens. H. R.. o„., ; ' ,Y, Aitllo, F. ■ ,„ Aker, D. . !, " , ' Aibee, P. :,;; " AlbrrtC. E S5(l. .-IM. :(7S Albert, 11 .,„. Alberts. B. ;! Alberts. R. ogg Albrect. K. .oj Albrect. R JH Albriltun, .1 59, SI92.378 Aexan.e. M. M „g Aleianiler. A. . . ggg Alev, ' !, ' , " ! " - Ai ' ■ 4SI9,3«9 Alexander, . .,.,- Alexan.lr. H. .,; :; Alfcry, I,. j„, Alighieri. P. .-, " ,: Alker. D. hf. Allen. A. ... ■,, ' Allan, S. V. F ■i7« u« AlUn A. H.. ...:,,„-• " »■ G- •■■■.:.:.;.:.. 3,4. J?° -M " - " - " 499 jf " ' ' !-, «9. .344 • ' " • ' 319 A ' . ■ ; ■ 99, 79 Allen, A. A. . .,70 Allen, C Zl Allen, J. H. . 07s Allen S AlleWH. .-; II lil ' " " ' " v, 310, ,85 AIImar.is, H. . . 040 ,»q . Allper, S. • ,?f Allred, H. . . . . : 3fii AILvn.S.C... S tl ' ' ' S -J; •■•- ' ' ■■■ 3 .Mschnler. R .•17.317 .378 Mir " T " ' ■ ' ' " • ' ' ' " ■Jjl ' " -: - 353 Aiyward,R..::: :; ::::;: «? Amacher, ,1. . q» Ambrose. R. 3„ Ameche. A istj, 185, 190 Amend N MO Ames, A. H 37g A° " ' ' J; . . 108, i85, 310 ■»I1 ' " ' - ... , " «.378 Ammentorp, U. L. 378 Amundson. K ' ..[.[.[iei Amundson, J jgj Amundson, K. . . gg Amundson, S. D. 440, 319, 378 Anaslos. C. . . o„ Anchell, B... 337 Anderberg. C. M M, 378 Andersen, C. . 330 Andersen, D.E 58,378 Andersen, F 45 Anderson, A. R. «9i, 497. 310 .378 .Anderson, B. . 3,7 Anderion. C. F. ,8 .Anderson. D. (i. 195, 107.349.379 Anderson. D. H. . . 378 Anderson. F. ,9, Anderson. G. 364, 459. 330, ««(i Anderson. J. E. 439. 30(1. 354. 87. 379 Anderson, K. Anderson. 1, Ander,ui., N. Anderson, P. K. Anderson, P. R. Anderson, R. H. 115. 49(1. 5(i 490. S4fl. 3 1 0. 54. 379 .Anderson, S. . , Anderson, T. Andren, H. (i. Andrews, L. A. ,Andrews, R. . . Andringa, C. . Andrus, R Andrykowski, E. Angelbeck, P. AnglUker. M. Ankenev. C. Anker, ,1. 58 -Anton, A. Anton, H. D. Antonissen, A. Apgenertb, K.. Appel. L Appel, W. . . Apple, T Appleby, R Appleyard. I,. . Arbetler. M. Archie, .1. 354 349 344. 4ti(i 495 Arni.slrong. (;. 483 Arndt.C. Arndt. D. Arnolil. C. Arnol.l. K.. .,-(i7. 354, 44, 348. 379 Arn..l.l. .1. 483 379 Arnold. W. E. Aronin. L. . . Aronson, C. A, . . 317. 379 380 Arveson, R.G.... 19 Asrhbrenner, f. ' 386 . c■henbrenner. W. 47 Ash. P. 34. .35 Ashb . P, Aske. 1 . Aspinwall. R, 4411. 51. 367 Asplund. .M. Atkind, C. 113 Atkins. A 479 Atkinson. I,. K. 437. 379 AlklMSOM. M. ,1. .84. 319. 379 Atloe. 1,, 434 431 486 Aumu.ller. B. 84 Anne. D. T. 56 474 .Ausnian. S. 357 463, 379 Awe. L 463 , , -,. " " ,307,85,481 Axley. H 93, 450, 449, 479 Axnick, N 45, 487, 490 .Axt, D 93 379 Axtell. R. 160. 445. ' 36. ' i A,vlw.ird. R. .1 3S0 lla.h. HachI lla.h r ll;..bir ll;olur; lia.l,!,. ll:..l.l„ Ha .h, l)ah..r; Hahr, Babr. .344, 466 . . .97, 99 .343. 380 190 487 ..SSO .388 463 114 113 459 447. 315. 318 .380 486 490 380 Bahr, M Bailev. I Baile ' v, ( BaileV, J Bailev, . l. Bailev, W. Bailin, ,1. Bailv, C. Raima, B. I Baitikis. J Aadland-Bergtold . i. Ba , B. 130, 380 441, 369 , 470 .495 Bak Bak Bak Bak. Baker, .S Hakke. B. Bakke, I). Bakke, K. Bakke, T. Bakke, W. Bakken. I,. Balaban. H. Balasb. F. Baldwin, E.. ' Baldwin, I. L. Balian. C 346 195. 437, 460, 344, 336 465,344 .380 337 84, 380 344 ... 364 175, 178 316 303 , 68, 73 Barclay, " J. c! 380 317. 380 193. 4114. 403. 349 419 380 380 481. 308 Barland. T. Barnecnt. . I. Barnes. B. Barnes, S. Barness, I). . . Barnett, M. . Barney. W. A Barnstein. C. H. Barret. B. Barrett, D. Barrington. Barriniiton. Barron. .1 Barlel, C, Rartel. R. W. Barlcll. r. H. Barlh. .M. Marthcl. W. E. Barthels. ,1. W. Barlbenheicr t Barlholf. C. Harlbol.new. 1) Barlholomew. J Barlingale. ,1., Barton. B. A.. Bart..n. E. Ilartscli, Ci. Bartz, B. Bartz, ,1.. Bartz, R. Bass, B 380 .35, Se, 431, 437 344, 463 .69, 489, 491 .70, 486, 381 499. 308 66. 417. 308 494, 381 ,R,S. ' . — -,,.. N. Bassett, T. Bassindale, Bassler, ,J. . Bates, M. . Bathev, J. Batikis. J. Batiste. .S. Battles, A. Batzn» ' r, Baun Baun.. Baumann. R. R.. . Baumblalt. D. Baumblalt. G. B.. Baumgarlen. T. E. n. R. Bayles. P. Baxter, P. Bayles. P. A. Beach. . I. Beadlw. U. Beaman, I). Be.amish, J... Beander, W. Bearce. G Bearder, D. Beardcr, M. Beatti, Bea Beav _ Beaver, E. Becker, (i. Beaumont, Beardslev. G Beaver. B. Beaver, E. J Bechtel, r. Beck, B. . Beck. I). A Beck. Becker, B. Becker, G. R Becker, J. Becker, N. Becker, R. Becker, VV. Beckerman, ( Beckn , J. M.. 96, 348, 381 178. 349, 381 487. 348 Beck Beck Beck Beckwith. J. Beehm. M. Beelen. D. Beelen. ,1 Been, A, . Been, J. Been, P. Beers, E. Beers. P. Behsim. M. A. Beheim. M, A. Behling. N. Behnke, J. A. Behr, R Beinema, H. Belitskv, A. H, Belilsky, H, . . . Bell. M.... Bell. S. . , Bell. R. Bellville. Al. Below, B I.. Below, M. Belz, C. . Belz, G. .. Belzer, D. Bemick, B. M. C. 93. 449. 311, 384 494 494 . .499, 310 310 369, 333 .67, 70, 71 74, 74, 384 347, 483 146 SS8 348. 384 335 ick, B. Ick. R. Bender, W. Benedict. J Benisch, J. Benjamin 1 Benj Be . R. , I . , D. Bennc llenne,., . Bennett. H. Bennett. P. Bennett. S. Bennet. T. Bennett. W. Benson. K. Benson. L. . Benson. M. Bent. B. . Bentley. J.. Benton, J. . . . Benzies, S. Bentzin. C. P. Bercev. D. .A. Berg. A Berg. P. R. Berk. K. Berg. M. Berg, P. Berg. W. Berge. J. Berge. R. E.. Berger, D Berger, J. S. . Berger, R. L. Berger, T Berger, V, Berger.son T. f Bergha B ergholtz Bergman, D. -A. Bergman. P. Bergmann. D. Bergson, R Bergtold.J 334, 383, 347 115, 348 114, 384 77, 460 371, 384 84, 384 460 349, 484 460 347 467 w Our bathroom is our beauty secret kohler fixtures in pure while or pastel shades, coiiihiue duraiiililx willi iieaul thai has hislinj: a|(|(eai. rhe lit into varied decorative elTeets with in(nvi(hiaht and eharni. Time-tested materials and careful worknianshiji guided b unexcelled engineering experience make kohler [ luinl ing a sound investment in health-protection and lasting satisfaction. The smooth, lustrous Kohler enamel hnish of the Cosmopolitan Bench Bath is glass-harfl. easy-to-clean — and free from ellects of stress and strain because it ' s fused to a base of non-fle ing iron, cast for rugged strength. I ' he Gramerey vitreous china lavatory is typical of the beauty and practicalilN of Kohler design. Kohler chromium-plated brass fillings work easily and efficientlv. Be sure to specifv them for all your Kohler fixtures. Consult your Kohler dealer on selections for bathroom, washroom, kitchen or laundrv. Kohler Co., Kohler, Wis. KOHLER OF KOHLER Bergum-Carlson lir. ' .-k. ' iir.l.l, .1. 1 1.1. 389. 3«3 BiTl.l.MU-. K. iSi BiTl.-ls.-ii. A. K. 384 Bert.-I»nn. II. C. !l!) Jit.i. 384 Berth. W. K. 57. 38« Berllu-lMiaiiii. W V 383 Berl.il.iTi,-. K. .1. . .383 B.-ss,r,li. h, 11. :M 13,5, 345 Best, H ■!5i 458, 329 Best. M. Si 463, .341 Best. K. lilO 199, 400 Best.ir. R. 195 Bethke. (J. V. 308, 383 Bets.ili. H. 75 Belli I.T. K. 490 Bewitz. B. Be.ver, .1. 316 454, 464 BhattailiHrya. S, M. 439 Biasiin, .1. 459 Biohl. F. .1. ti(» 7T 496. 383 Bidwell. T. !■ Bie. E 104, 310 88, 464 Bie. M Iv BieI.ersle,,,, .1 .383 350 lll. ' l.f. ' l.ll. II. Ml ' l 354 .494- .1 V. HitMlk. II U 307, 383 IliL ' ir-. V 102 llilk.ivi. li, !■• 300 Bill. 1,. 260 Billcr. . . 337, 338, 383 BillinRs, .1. E. . .456, 383 BiiKi. M. 149 Binfliiiiii. V. (;. 114 HiiiKliMii. C. V- 59, 992, 383 lliniiiiiK. .1. :lt. 462, 285, 496 Biiiiiiiii;er, I). (, 383 Bird, H 316 Birdsall, J.J 311, 383 Birkhaeuser, D. E 104, 108 Bissell, .K 315, .323, 383 Bittl, G. 99.304.383 Bittl. J. 07 Bishv. K. L. 101 Bizc Blaliuum. r. Black. I). Blark, M. Blark. R. Blark. W. Blaekl.ir.l. . . I ' . Blaekl..irn, M. Blarkluim. R. ■2 - 75 Bla M. Blake. C. Blake. R. Blank, H. Blank. VV. Blaser, P. Bleek, B. Bleckwen, T. Bleseh, P. Blink. A. J. BInst, R. Bloeh. D. Block. J. Block. L. Block. R. Blocgett. J. Blohni, H. 461. 464 3.35. 383 300 Bio Blonifr. K. Blot7.. S. T. 452 Blowney. I). .368 Bloxdorf, J Blue, Capt. R. E. 148 Blum. G .34, 294 Blum. S. Blumberg, R. D. Blumenthal. S 384 370 Blumer, S 259, 96 Boasch, T 217 Boardman, E. 345, 384 Bobh, B 267 Bodden, R 352 263 Bodec. N 337, 338 Bodner, L 357 Boebel. N. G. 162 318, 358, 384 Boebcl. N. I. 384 Boeni.T. li. I, Bo.TMkc, J. Bo.-s,li, J. Boellcli.r. . . Bocltcll.T. C. Boel I Bn. Bolllll V. I . :144. 345, .384 Bokrns. J. 71. 304. 158 Bolan. I K4 Bolaii.l. 1). 4(i4 B.ilen.lcr. J. 231 Boleh. K. 42 Bol inger. 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Famous for QUALITY, SERVICE, DEPENDABILITY Since 1927 Official Senior Photographer 1952 BADGER 470 Carlson-Dixon (■;ir|i.iil,T. !• ' . . ,.S73 Carr, n. 308 Varr. I). S4. idi, 333 Ciirr. K. M. 3 ' J4, 388 C-.irr. L. 322 Ciirriill. K. 320 Carson. R 294 CarliT. . 321 Carter, D 34. S7. 153. 154 266. 342, 38, 388 Carler. P. .328 Carh-r. R. .. :.203 (■.■irl. n. P. . ..319 Carlurit ' lil. H. 2.S7 Carlnrit ' lil. V. H. 342. 388 c ' ul ' r ' . K. .1. 258 3SS Cius , D.. Catlii Catlin, W. . .73, 75, 149, 286, Cattoi. M 232, 82, ) Cavanaugh. H ; Center, C.C Cerlett.v. M ( Cerne.v, V i Chadhourn, J ; Chaimson. N. D 99, : Chaleria, H ( Chalklev, T : Challoner. F. C 218. 260. i Chanilierf. D. Chamlierlin. R. A. 130, 53, 22.3, : Chambers. D. A 318.; ClianilM-rs. R : Champion. M. ! Chancellor. V. Chamiek, A, .97. Chandler. 1 ' . : Cha Chang. R. Chang, S. Chao. K. . Chapel, J. Chapman. R. Cha Charlii Charr.m. 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M 304 Dillahuntv, C .L 103 Dillman, B 298 Dinimick, .! 2tlS. 310 Disbrow. H 75 Dihman. C 205 Dishorn. R 210 Dixon, B .322 Dixon, D .323 Dixon, J. F. 178. 308. 304 Dixon, M .124 471 Through three generations it has been our constant aim to help those we serve, attain and retain the mark of excellence which wins national recognition. ARTISTS • lUUSTRATORS • RtTOUCHERS -PHOTO ENGRAVERS PROCESS COLOR PLATES • OFFSET LITHOGRAPHERS • PLANOGRAPHERS MILWAUKEE 12, WISCONSIN 472 Doan— Fox [)o:,n.-, (.. II .11 Dol.bs. M..I. ■; ,:i. i. ' i!), 3!)4 Dolxy. .) asi Dobrin.ski, (i 3Si Do lson. C. . .. :Wi, .194 Doepke, G aii Doepke. J. ■i.ii) Doerller. E. :15fl DoerinR. P. ■iS5 Docring. S. A. ■MS. 394 Doering, W. W.... 53, «»6, 394 .463 Dolhise. W. R. 69 Dols.in. W. iS.5 Donihack. E. . ' .!) D„mek. R. .10.S Doiimia. G ■- ' 4 Doiiirose. D. lili. .iH:!, 11(1 J«i Donnellv, P. «8 DOnofrio. A. J. 7.5, .lis DOrazio, P 458 Dorlag. A 846 Dorn. T 9 . 99, S9I, SIO Dornhurg. R 178, 179 Dorner. 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NEW YORK -4 Complete Service Comprising ART • ENGRAVING • LETTERPRESS PRINTING • OFFSET LITHOGRAPHY • BINDING mom ( o igra hi ta iiot i J to the Graduating Class of 1952 University of Wisconsin rom Makers of World Famous FLASHLIGHTS and LEAK PROOF Flashlight Batteries RAY-O-VAC COMPANY MADISON, WISCONSIN 478 Grube-Holle .v .l.l. li. :il.|, li, K. ;il.|l. .1. M. CiiikIIu, li. .1 (HiMk.l, (iiinll,, ' T, , M. Ciirk. Ciirl.-v, S. Ciisl. A K. Cllshlf- .11. n 1 (.iilniiii . 11 li ll;.u l, S. Ila 15. ' ! si, s. -. ' ()•; Hulii ' ik. I). A. I Hi. i ' il, -ias. 405 Halurk.irii. U. H 405 IIulMr.iiaii. DC 103 llal.icli. C. 396 llil ' li. V. .178. 183, S0« Ihi.k. ' i.lmll 3ej lla.lafnvs. K 44 Hii(liii(, ' fr, R. 300 Ha,IU■ •, P . 70 Haen. M 3ii Haenic, R. T 3o . 405 Hafiinan. L 75, 370 Hafiiimeisler. A 347 Hafiiimeister. R 306 Hats, H 489 Hage. J.. ' . 35S Hagedorn, F. E. 68, 300, 408 •• eliii. M. 449 . C. .1. lliili " . I. ,, 344 Hait ' lL. 1.. 67. 406 Ilaiglil.C;. 1 48 Hak.T. W. 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H. 494 Might, L.. 489 Hilarov, V. 487 Hilar.v, F. 449 Hildahl, (i. , JO Hil.lel.ran.l. A. 4116 Hilil.-I.ran.i. K. V, 1(11, 1(11 Hil.l.l.raml. Ii. K. K19 Hildebrandl, C. 438 Hildebrandl, D, ,346 Hildebrandt, V. E. 301 3( 4. 310. 409 Hilden. .1. ;. 71 Hilden. L. B. 1(19 Hilgemeicr, (i 3 44 Hilgen.l.irf. K. 49] Hill. A. . 460 Hill, 1). . 195, 437 Hill. .1. K. 409 Hill, Mrs. 461 Hill. M 344 Hill. R.J 409 Hilleman. H 487 Hillermann. H 494,300 Hiller, A 135, 319 Hiller, I). A 364, 409 Hillerv. M. . . . Hillman. D 45, 311 HilpertshaiLser, J. C 130, .344 Hilsenhuff, B. . . 363 Hilsenhoff. R 160. 445 Hilsenhoft. R 30 Himmelfarb. N... 469 Hinderliter. B, . . . .466, .348 Hindricks. H .364 Hinds, R 496 Hinke, J 470 Hinke, M. L, . .114. 409 Hinrichs, C. E... 409 Hinrichs, H .34,51, 144 Hinricks. H. M. 71 Hinterthaur. H 486 Hintz, F 310 Hintz. G 496 Hipke, E .494. 349 Hirokawa. R. T. 84, 409 Hirsch. A 431, 469, 409 Hirsch. B. J . .319, 409 Hirsch, R. E....75, 491, 308, 410 Hirte, R. Mix, D. 494 HIinak. R 431 Hoaglnnd. J. 195, ,369 Hobarl. .Mrs. M. 40 Hobbins, E 344 Hobbs, N. L 104. 466 Hobson. S. Hoch, E Hodgkins, Walter J. 48 Hodson, G. H 410 Hoefl. L 149 Haeft. R. H 74. 410 Hoegerheide, J 490 Hoehn, F. 354 Hoelzlh Hoenisch. R. .178. 491 Hneppner. I) .335 Hoerres. .1 .300. ,349 H.iekslra. M. 434 Hoeveler, U .344 Hoff. D 485. 316 Hoff. J 107, .344 Hoffberg. M. A 419. 410 Holfberg. P 468. 479 Hoffland. N. M 341.410 Hoffman, B 330 Hoffman, G. C 109, 418 Hoffman, J. P. 53. 66, 494, 361. 410 Hoffman. M 319 Hoffman. P 486, 496, 364 Hoffman, R 149 Hoffman. W Hoffmann. G. C. . Hoffmann. W. C. Hohn, C. R 103 Hohn, W 494 Hohnson, J 431 Holden, A 84, 447. 345. 410 Holder. R. L 114. 113. 410 Holderbv. C ,364 Holenweg, R. 400. 340 Holtman. R 444 Holicek. A. J 410 Holland, R 418 Holland. S 842, 859 Hollander, M S28 Hollander. R.J 410 Holle. J 468 Holle. S.. :liW .97. 99 . .495 . .410 479 oww ail Oxygen . . . ihe basic clement of hie. It breathes life into IMcmature babies . . . plucks the bick from the grave ... produce? sicel . . . helps build bridges, planes, ships. It is the partner lor building tools of war- and peace. Economical . . . versatile they cut and sew metals into strong, one-piece units From o.xygen for incubators to o.vyacetylene flame cutting . . . from gases for beverage carbonation to sign lighting . . . from steel mak- ing to synthetics, you ' ll find Air Reduction products contributing to the comfort and convenience of daily lite. Results of continuous research and development, these products are but small parts of Air Reduction ' s family of materials and processes aimed at filling tomorrow ' s needs and the requirements of today. In fact, wherever progress is racing ahead to new frontiers, you ' ll find an Air Reduction Product. Ohio Chemical Surgical Equipment Co. of Madison, V isconsin, is the medical products division ot the Air Reduction Company, Incorporated. Ohio Chemical joins Madison Industry in congratulating you, the 1952 graduates of our State University . . . with best wishes for your future. OHIO CHEMICAL SURGICAL EQUIPMENT CO. A Division of Air Reduction Compony, Incorporoted 1400 East Washington Ave. • Madison 10, Wis. Divisions of Air Reduction Company, Incoiporoled, AIR REDUCTIOt l SALES COMPANY, AIR REDUCTION PACIFIC COMPANY, AIR RE- DUCTION MAGNOLIA COMPANY... Indus- trio Caiei, Welding and Cutting Equipment • AIRCO EQUIPMENT MANUFACTURING DIVISION • NATIONAL CARBIDE COM- PANY . . . Colcium Corbide • OHIO CHEMI- CAL SURGICAL EQUIPMENT CO., OHIO CHEMICAL PACIFIC COMPANY... Medico Gases — Apporotuj — Hospilol Equipment • PURE CARBONIC COMPANY . . . Carbonic Got ond " Dry-Ice " • AIRCO COMPANY INTERNATIONAL. .. Export • AIR REDUCTION CHEMICAL COMPANY At the frontiers of progress you ' ll find 480 Hollern— Kelley rii. I). V. M , .1 Mnlli l.r. I). »,n. L HolK ( ■ lliilii 11 .■ Mnlr, .IM. I). H,, ,1. II,,],, .11. M. 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C 344 Houghton, D 466, 411 Houlherg, D. . . 356 Houser. D 167. ,345 Hovde, D 35(J Hovind, J. K. , , . .•!41. 411 Howard, B. 167 Howard. P. -. ' 19 Howard. R. K. IH. :l. ' .ll. Ill Howard. S. 1 :i Howarth. . . ( 5. iO. 7:l. 74, 411 Howe, J :M4 Howe, S Howland, C. L. . . 115.411 Howland. D. G. lis. 411 Ho.vlanil. K. 496 .45.411 Hroiial. K. 59 Hri Hrupka, E. .1 411 Hrovat, F 411 Hsia, H 498 Hubbard, . . P. 483, 308, 310, 411 Hubbard, J 46.319 Hubbard, M 86,458 Hubek, F 108 Huber, (■ 41, 45, 157,311 Hub.-r, F 36,37 Hubert. H. G 491,411 Hudson. G.H 498 Hudson. S 466 Huebncr. D 431, 495, 346 Huebner, S 118, 458 Huebiur, V. R 348,411 Huechle. I) 491 Huegil. V. 300 Hinhiirl. K. .344,411 Hueniiik. r. 459 Hueniiik. N. 359 Hull. 1. M 440,411 HuBdahl. E 483, 310 Hughes. (■ 56,485 Hughes. .1. B 493, 411 Hughes. H. , 367 Hughes. T. 344 Huhn. B 463 Hulbert. ,1 94, 451 Hulbert, P. P. 419, 414 Hulburt, J 79, 417 Hulick, L. P 414 Hullick, J 300 Humbert,.). .483 Hume. .1. 364 Humke. .1. I) 414 Hunike. 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D 414 Jabas, E 417. 441 Jackobs, H 304 Jackson, C 449 Jackson, E, R 101 Jackson, H 354 Jackson. J. R 40. 101 Jackson, M. M 464, 413 Jackson, N 465 Jackson, P. M. 83, 167, 319, 413 Jacob, J 486 Jacobs, A. 353 Jacobs, r. 406 Jacobs. G. 34 Jacobs. M, 363 Jacobs. P. 51 Jacobs, W 354 Jacobsen, 483 Jacobsen, W 485, 413 Jacobson, B. 64 Jacobson, E. J 317, 413 Jacobson, G. D 97, 99, 413 Jacobson, J. L. 97, 99, 484, 346, 413 Jacobson. M. D 46, 469, 413 Jacobson, R 308 Jacobus, S 348 Jacoby, E. P 413 Jacoby. G. 67. 70 J. Jagodzinski. E. M. Jagodzinski. M. P. Jahamiak. R. Jahn. I). F. Jahn. R. Jahnke. J. Jahns. B. L. Jahns. I. Jahns. L. Jahns. V. Jakel, W Jamburs, .1. James. H 355 74, 306 97, 99, 304 193, 369 37, 347. 413 Ht. Wl 04. Jameson. I). Jamieson. J 406 Jamieson. T 494, 310 Jamison, T 310 T 498 96 Janhnke 404 Janis. J 485 Janke. G 310 Janlcnski, H. 420 Janovctz, W. F. .496. 413 Jansen, F 113 Jansen, J 46, 463 300. 318 Junson. L. D. , - , , 481 495. 413 Janus. R. , , 496 Janz, ,V. 311 Janz, J. , , 459 Jaquith, L. 441 Jarchow, .M. H. 101 Jardine, N .345. 413 Jarrard, F. , . . 354 Jasper, 469 Jarvis, J. A. . . 413 44 Jaworski, C. A. 413 Jeda IS. P. 441, 444 , 417 Jeffersi , Jeffries, M 315, 316 Jeffer.y, K. . .485, 487, 495, 413 Jefferj-, S. A 330. 413 Jeffries, M. K 315. 316. 413 Jelinek. D 97. 99 Jelinski, H. 45. 355 Jenkins. D. 459, 341 Jennett, N 349 Jensen, A 301 Jensen, J. 491, 310 Jensen. M. L 94, 135, 343, 845 Jensen, P. 499 Jensen, R. E 93. 449. 413 Jenss. B 84. 458. 847 Jentz. G. 481. 489, 493, 498, 310 Jentz. J. E 59. 491. 413 Jevne, S. A 44, 461, 414 Jewel. R. 494 Jewell, C. R. 51, 414 Jewkei W 417 459 Jindra, I).. . 41. 311 Jirikowie. V. . -imi Jlchman. I). 494 Jobin. R. E. 443. 414 Jochem. J. E. , 307. 414 Jockem. J. 51. 495 Johanning. J. 351 Johanning. R. 308 Johansson, C. 454 John, P Johns, I. Johnsen. B. 464 Joneo, E. 75 Jordan, B. .M. 414 Jordan. D. Jordan, H. 463. 344 Jorns, H 491 Josephson, E. 303 Jost. W 496 Josvanger. C. 491 Journey, D. D. 104 Jowett. C. 304 Julien. J. . 115, 457. 344 Julin, R. Jumcs, M. Jung, G. A.. . 348. 414 JuBg, R. 463. 316 Jungman, S. , 149 Jurkins, J. J. . . 104 Justesen, J. M. 415 Justiliano, J.. . 449 Johnson, B. . . 77. 437. 346. 364 Johnson, C. . . 490. 340, 341, 351 53, 444, 470, 340, 349, 335 John. John Johns on, D. M. on, D. R on, E. 118, 494, 319 on, F. 414 70 347, 344 Johns Johns on. G 75, 199 495 on, H.. 437, 488 347, 414 .Tohns on, I 356 419. 440. 464, 466. 487 Johnson. J. E 414 Johnson, J. P 414 Johnson, L. C 496.414 Johnson, M 37, 461, 464, 465 466, 318, 349, 414 Johnson, N. - . . 488, 490, 348, 370 Johnson, P. 83, 94, 459, 460, 316, 414 Johnson, R. 66, 73, 75, 300, 307 350, 354, .356, 359, 361, 414 Johnson, S 194, 437, 337, 414 Johnson, T 354 Johnson, W 431 Jones, D 457, 495, 344 .l.ines. H 59 bines..!. D 19 ■bines. J 99, 458, 316, 335 bill. s. K. 481, 489. 301. 308 iMiies. .M 315. 345. 349 Jones. P. G 450 Kades, M.. Kadin. N. Kaelber. I). Kaempfer. P. 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