University of Wisconsin Madison - Badger Yearbook (Madison, WI)

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1953 University of Wisconsin BADGER This is your university ... its buildings stand aloft against the Wisconsin sky and cast shadows on the blue mirror of Lake Mendota. It serves as a hub for educational activity drawing students from all corners of the state and of the world. From it go these students, wiser and more responsible to help make this life a better one for all. JACK HARNED editor THOMAS TOWELL business manager PHDLDGUE and J. HIS is the picture story of your state and its university. The students from all over the state come together in a common group where they study, play and live together and share common interests. In attaining the degrees these students meet the faculty and become acquainted with the buildings and the administration of the university. In activities they enjoy the many social doings. They live together in dorms and Greek houses. And finally, they leave " the halls of ivy " with diplomas in hand as graduating seniors. 3-:.iJ . -.,.--_ ■T jomE. aEias aEf ' j ' aiK. ' ia activities Page 97 UNIVERSITY Page 17 CDIVTEIVTS GRADUATES Page 345 D £ D I C A T I D IV Two men whose contributions to Wisconsin can never be fully measured died on July 22, 1952. To the memory of Frank J. Sen- senbrenner, 87, Neenah, president of the Boord of Regents, and Law Prof. William H. Page, 83, the staff of the 1953 Badger dedicates this book. Frank J. Sensenbrenner, who was appointed to the board in 1939 and elected its president in 1945, was one of the state ' s foremost industrial, cultural, religious, and political leaders. He never at- tended college, but served on the governing board of five state colleges and universities after rising from a postal clerk ' s position to be president of one of the world ' s largest paper manufacturing companies. He was one of the university ' s most loyal boosters and contributed freely of his talent and fortune for its betterment. Prof. Page, known to generations of students as " Herbie, " was on authority on wills and contracts, but will also be remembered for his amazing wit, jibes at unprepared students, and unpredictable lectures. He was the oldest member of the faculty and devoted his entire life to teaching. William H. Page jmym I Cgjjijjjjjjjj THE WISCDIVSIIV STDRY Industrial awards are given by the Extension Division. This is the story of Wisconsin and its university. Wide and varied services are performed by the uni- versity to better conditions in our state and to lead the march of progress. The extension division of the school gives residents of the state the opportunity to pursue educational inter- ests in a wide selection of courses away from the cam- pus. The university thus projects its educational services into every community in the state. Institutes and seminars are offered in various pro- fessional, commercial, industrial, political, and social fields. Wisconsin men and women attend these short- term " classes " at the University to learn the most re- cent developments in their field and exchange informa- tion with others in the same fines of endeavor. Broad indeed are the interests that the state university has in the progress of the " Badger State " and of the services it gives to the residents of Wisconsin. — The boundaries of the university are truly the boundaries of the state — ■ Correspondence classes exams come in to Extension Division. LeRoy Luberg, assistant to President Fred, represents the university at numerous functions. Typical of the university idea of service is the work of its visual aid department. Here motion pictures ilemonstrating new developments, edu- cational subjects and historical topics are filmed and sent throughout the state. By filming relevant material to supplement classroom instructions, the university adds to the enjoyment and easier learning. The University of Wisconsin has always been noted for its scientifie research. Its research labora- tories deal most specifically with those fields prevalent in Wisconsin, and its agricultural and dairy farming developments are widely known throughout the nation. The Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation is one of the pioneer scien- tific research programs of its kind. Many times the boundaries of the University extend far beyond the boundaries of the state. Angie Brooks, who came to Wisconsin from Liberia to study law, is now the only woman lawyer in her African homeland. She is representative of the many foreign students who spread Wisconsin ' s educational products throughout the world. Not onlv extension and institutes are offered to the state residents: the university also has a radio voice. The University of the Air carries into every Wisconsin communitv the voices of prominent universitv lecturers, for the university beUeves in extending its educational services into every corner of the state. The photographic laboratory acts in co-opera- tion with the university news bureau. It supphes photographv services to departments and com- mittees of the university and to campus groups. Its photographers record campus scenes, events, and students, faculty and administration. A com- plete record in photography is made by the labora- tory and adds to the better understanding of the university by the residents of Wisconsin. Robert Taylor directs the activities of the uni- versity news bureau which serves the important function of informing residents of the state of ser- vices offered by their university. The bureau prepares news releases for radio and newspapers, sends communications throughout the state concerning the activities of the univer- sity, and releases news to hometown newspapers concerning activities of Badger students. It serves as the University ' s pubhc relations agent and ties the state ' s people and their university together. Edgar B. ( " Pop " ) Gordon is known and loved by generations of Wisconsin youngsters. For nearly 25 years, he has conducted music classes over the air waves, teaching children of grade school age the fundamental principles of music. The children sing favorite songs in their classrooms following Mr. Gordon ' s directions. At the end of each year, thousands of his radio students gather from all over the state in Madison and other centers for music festivals, where they sing together the songs they have learned in their classrooms. J High school student programs are another radio function sponsored by the university. Spanish class taught over the air gives students in class- rooms throughout the state an opportunity to hear language spoken with correct pronunciation and grammatical structures. Classes in numerous other subjects are offered to high schools by the state radio network. WHA, " the oldest station in the nation, " is one of the primary examples of the university ' s slogan — " the boundaries of the campus are the bound- aries of the state. " It, and other state stations, offers a wide variety of educational and cultural programs to state listeners. H. B. McCarty, shown here, is director of WHA and of the State Radio Council. TOM HUTCHISON SECTION EDITOR UNIVERSITY . j -w ?»; Here is your university with its schools and colleges, its administration and faculty, and its professional societies. The following pages show the variety of classroom studies and extra-curricular activities which the university offers to its students, the men who are responsible for advancing the university ' s high standards of academic achievement, and the broad educational services of the university to its students and to the state. .•.•.•.•.•.•.•.•.•.•.•.•.•.•.•...•-•.•.•.•.•.•. •.•.oa .•. iW.j mmmmmm P: :: :::;:::x::ox??Si?::::::: : :-:-:-::::::-:.; :::::: x-v ' x W::::::::::x :.:.:-:-: ;o:-:-:-;-:-:v:-;-: ' :-:%-:-: ' : ' : ' : ' :V: " : ' m ss sT- H) irrrSHi Vi i- : PRESIDEIVT E. B. FRED The door is always open at 161 Bascom Hall to the offiee of Ktlwiii B. Fred, president of the university. Dr. Fred is always available for eonsultation with anyone, from a first semester freshman to a member of the Board of Regents. President Fred served as dean of the College of Agri- eulture before being named universit) president in 1945. He had already built up a reputation as a scientist when he assumed his job as the twelfth president of the university. Since then Dr. Fred has gone about his work with a friendly and co-operative spirit for everyone with whom he comes in contact. 18 GDVERIVDR WALTER J. KDHLER Governor alter J. Kohler has proven his ability to lead the people of the state of Vi isconsin. anil won re- election to his seconil two-year term in November. He was inaugiiratetl in January. (Governor Kohler has alwavs shown a great interest in the University of t isconsin and has been ready to serve it in every way he can. He has furthered such progressive programs as a campus postwar construction program and experimental work on disease control in dairv herds in the College of Agriculture. He has also favored state integrated education on the lii rlier levels. 19 BOARD DF REGEIVTS The University Board of Regents is responsible lor all operating policies and [tlans ol the university, ineliiding edmalional and building [irograins. Composed of ten cilizens appointed l) the governor, the Regents repre- sent all areas of the state of AX isconsin. A. Matt Werner, Sheboygan publisher, was elected Presi lent of the Board in Jul , upon the death of Frank J. Sensenbrenner. Mr. Sensenbrenner, Neenah industrialist and an arli e supporter of the University, had been a Regent sinre 19! ' ). Members of the Board of Regeuls are . Malt AX erner, Shebo) gan, president; Oscar Rcniicbohm, Mailison. vice-president; Leonard J. Kleczka, Milwau- kee; R. (i. Arveson. Frederic: Charles D. Gelatt. La Crosse; John 1). Jones. Jr.. Kacine; Mrs. McKiti |{. Laird, Marshlleld; George K. Watson, Madison; Carl E. Steiger, Oshkosh; and Wilbur N. Renk, Sun Prairie. Here seated in the presulent ' s office at Bascom Hall are the Board of Regents, fjoverninf; hody of ihe L ' niversily of isconsin. and other UW administrative officers: (clockwise aroiinti llic Kihlf) Regents Oscar Reniu-lxiliin. Madison: illiiir N. Kenk. Sun I ' rairic: Charles I). Gelalt. La Crosse; Mrs. Melvin R. Laird, Marshlielil: Dr. R. G. Arveson, Krederic: (;corgp K. W alson. Madison: Carl K. Sleiger. ( )shkosh: Leonard J. Kleczka. Milwaukee: John D. Jones, Racine; Miss Margaret Slighlam, secretary lo secretary of the Regents; (JIarke Smith, Secretary of the Regents; LIniversity Vice-Presidents A. W. Peterson and L L. Baldwin; University President E. B. Fred; and Regent President A. Malt. Werner. Shehoygan. Wj, . t " -- ! . N 1 Iiunl Kixc Ml- (,.i.r c( li.il li-rloii. la li-.i.ii. Mr- larciii Ilobart, K diision. Ill . l.iri . Iaw.( Iik a o: Miss (;relrlien H. Si liiMMilelier. Milwaukee: . . Pelcr-«)ii. L ' ni ersilv Vice-Pre-icleiU of Hiisiiies anil [ ' " inaiice. Iia,h Koii: Ben S. Reynolds, MailisorK Mrs. Emei) Owens, Dousnian: Col. Eniorv W . Kiaulhoefer. Milwaukee; ( ' .loii;;li (iaie-. Superior: Ji se])h W. Jackson. Mailison: A. J. Goedjen. (Jreen Bay. Not pictured: Abncr . Ileald. Milwaukee: and Kenfoid 1{. Nelson, Rarine. BOARD DF VISITORS The Board of Visitors assists the university in main- taining the highest possible standards in the university, especially in the lield of education. It examines the work of the university, compares the methods and sub- jects of instruction with other schools and colleges, and works to establish ihc latest and best in teaching methods and facilities. The Board is composed of twche members, three of whom arc nominated b the ' ' o crnor. six b tin ' Alumni Association, and three by the Board itself. Members of the Board of Visitors are A. J. Goedjen, Green Bav; Clough Gates, Superior; Mrs. Emery Owens, Dousman: Miss Gretchen B. Schoenleber, Mil- waukee: Abner A. Heald. Milwaukee: Joseph W. .lack- son, Madison: Marc . Law. Chicago: Ben S. Reynolds, Madison: Mrs. Marcus Hobart, Evanston: Kenford R. Nelson, Racine; Col. Emory W. Krauthoefer, Mil- waukee: and Mrs. George Chatterton. Maflison. 21 A. Vi . Peterson VICE-PRESIDEIVTS To help carry out the adininistratiou of the Univer- sity, President E. B. Fred is aided hy tliree vice- presidents, Ira L. Baldwin for academic alTairs: A. W. Peterson for hiisiness and finance: and Kenneth J. Little for student affairs. Mr. Hald in assists President Fred in planning changes and improvements of an academic nature which are not covered by a specific college or school. He was previousK dean of the (graduate School and dean of the College of Agriculture. He now also heads the Campus Planning Committee, which formulates plans for improvements and changes in the uni ersii . Mr. Peterson is in charge of all business and linancial operations for the university, including collection of student fees, purchasing, buildings and grounds, ac- counting, the Housing Bureau, emplovment of civil service staff, investment of trust funds, and the newly formed Department of Protection and Securit . Among the offices supervised by Mr. Little in the department of student affairs are Dean of Men, Dean of VI omen, admissions, registration and records, stu- dent employment, student counselling center, and stu- dent statistics and research. He is also chairman of the Residence Halls Committee. Kenneth Ijtlle 22 D.-ail .,nu r In.N.II IMin Tlu-dilon- W . Zillii STUDEIVT SERVICES Stuileiits at the I ni ' rsit ol W iscoiisin arc |n ided with adniiiiistralive services to hclji tliciii uilli proli- Icins in cver field. Mrs. Mark (J. Troxell. Dean of Vt omen, ser cs as a counsellor lor all women on campus, and through her office are met every type of women students ' needs. Theodore W. Zillman, Dean of Men, provides gui- dance and service for men students at the University. Dean illman is also chairman of the Student Life and Itiierests (lonunittee. the student-faculty committee which deals with all student extra-curricular activities. All funds for student organizations or all-campus functions are handled through the office of Ra mond llilsenhoff. Student financial Advisor. Porter Hutts has had his office as director of the Memorial Iriion since it began operations. As recorder, Vt . J. Harris heads the office of Registration and Records. S. Lee Burns is director of the L nivcrsity Residence Halls. Dr. .lohn U . Brown is director of the Department of Student Health. ' Hie position of director of the Stu- dent Counselling Center, which provides psychological testing and counselling for students, is held hy T . K. Drake. Marion E. Torniey has the job of director of the Student Employment Bureau. Paul L. Trump, as di- rector of Admissions, counsels with prospective fresh- men and transfer students, and advises incoming stu- dents about courses and degree requirements. Paul Trump K.IV lllU,Mlll. l1 Dr. lohll Br.mii S. Lee Burns Marian Tormey 23 UNIVERSITY DF WISCDIVSIIV FDUHDATIDIV Al.l.YN, STAM.K (.. Day Ion. Oliio BULL IS, llAKin . Miniiea|ii)lis. Minnesola cutlp:r. JOSEPH a. Milwaukee. Wisconsin EKERN. HERNLAN L. Madison, W isconsin EVEREST. D. C. Rolhsrhilil. Wisconsin gredp:, willlam j. Milwaukee, isc GREENE, HOWARD T. Genesee Depot. Wisconsin ha(;enah. willlam j. Clci Directors HAIGHT, GEORGE L Chicago, Illinois HODGKINS, WALTEU I. Ashland. Wisconsin KOHLER. HERBERT V. Kohler. Wisconsin LUHMAN, GEORGE B. Milwaukee, Wisconsin MAIER. IRWIN Milwaukee, W isconsin MEAD, (;E0RGE W. Vt isconsin Rapi ls. Wisconsin MEYER, WALLACE Chicago, Illinois PABST, FRED Oconomowoc. Wisconsin PHILLII ' S, LEWIS E. Eau Claire. Vi isconsin I ' on ' ER. HOWARD I. Chicago, Illinois RENNEBOHM, OSCAR Madison, Wisconsin STROUD, RAY M. Madison, Wisconsin TRANE, REUBEN N. La Crosse, Wisconsin UIHLEIN, ROBERT A. Milwaukee, Wii VAN PELT, CLAYTON F. Fond du Lac. Wii WOOD, PIERPONT J. E. Janes ' ille, % isconsin Ex Officin MemhErs KNOWLES, WARREN P. President Wisconsin Alumni Association BERGE, JOHN Exeeutive Secretary Wisconsin Alumni Association The University of Wisroiisiii Foundation is a permanent non-profit organization acting as a re- ceiving agencv for private gifts and bequests for the benefit of the University. These gifts are used for University development in areas which are not adeqtiatelv provided for by the ordinary sources of operating income, tax allocations, student fees, or income from earnings. In 1946 the Foundation ' s Centi ' iuiial fund was established with a goal of SS.()00,000 for some of the Universit) " s special needs. A successful re- activation of the campaign was begun in 1951 with a year-end solicitation of N isconsin industry. ith the fund goal nearly at the halfway mark, the campaign is now being focused on Wisconsin citizens, business and industry, and University alumni, faculty, students, and administration. The fund will provide for a Wisconsin Center building to be usetl for adult education: scholar- ships and fellowships for worthy and needy stu- dents: special professorships: and scientific instru- ments and apparatus for the University which cannot be reasonably expected from legislative appropriations. Officers HAIGHT, GEORCE 1. Chairman if tlw llinml BULLIS, HAKin . I itr-l ' rcsiili ' iit POTTER, now AKU I. President LL MM N. (;i;()|{(;k b. I it -l rrsiilcnt and Treasurer HAGENAH, WILLI Wl L Executite Director STROUD, RAY NL Secretary and Counse] ALLYN, STANLEY C. ( ice-President PETERSON. B S1L L , ( dm in istrati le Secretars Members of ihe executive committee are. clockwise arouiiil llie taljle. Joseph E. Cutler, Ray L Strourl. illiaiii J. Uu ciiali, Pres. E. B. Fred. George L Haight. Ilowaril I. Potter. Basil L Peterson. A. . Peterson. Chester E. Tucker, William F. Uoscher, and John Berge. Absent are Herman L. Ekern. Howard T. (ireene. Herbert V. kohler. (ieorge B. Luhman, and Oscar Rennebohm. WISCDIVSIIV ALUMIVI ASSDCIATIDIV ' 1 lie aim ol llif W iscoiisin Miiiiiiii ssu(iali(Hi is " to promote. 1)) organized ellort. the best interests of the iniiversit . " This is done h a large-seale program of organization and information ilesigned to reaeli every University of V isconsin ahiuiniis. The program is operated with the idea lliat the great- ness of the universit rests not oriK on tliose on the Madison rampus, hut also on the alumni who ha e moved out to many other parts of the worlil. The aluitmi represent the uni ersitN lieNond the rampus and outside the citN of Madison, and the in- fluence the have is ver important to the imiversit . It is through them that information can he spread about the research. Mlucation. and public service that is being done on the campus. One way in which the Munuii ssociation o| erales is through alunmi clubs. There arc nou 100 University of Vk isconsin alumni clubs scattered throughout the world. The last of these to be organized is a club in Mexico, vhi ' h came into existence on June 0. 1032. There are If Regent Wilbur Rank l;ilk hi mii -n(iation dii At the Alumnae luncheon. The goId-hea le(l cane is presented anniiallv lo llic »lil ' st alumnus at the Half-Cenlurv Club hnieheun. iliilis ill the state of iseonsin: the rest ate listiihiite l in this eoiintrv ami in other plaees in the world. To inform them of the eurrent University of Wis- consin news, information on camijus anil alumni activities is mailed out periodically to all alumni mem- bers. ' J ' hese ptiblications include the V isconsin Alum- nus, a niontliK magazine: The Wisconsin Alinnmis Football Hulletin: the liadger Report, which serves as a imi crsit% newspa])er: the Cardinal (Communique, which louccnlratcs on budget news and similar univer- sit matters: and the Newsletters, publications which provide recent news. Special emphasis was put on the iMii ersitv ' s building and budget needs this year. The Alumni Association was designated by the Uni- versity Rose Bowl coiiunitlee as the agency to accept contributions for the SoO.OOO fimd to scud the uni cr- sit band to the Rose Bowl. Abner lleald, Milwaukee ahnmius and member of the Board of Visitors, was in charge of the fund operations. Contributions poured in from all over the state, mainly from alumni who were interested in having the band help represent the univer- sit on the W est Coast. W arren P. Knowles, state senator from ]New Rich- mond, was president of the Association this year. The president works with the directors in settling Associa- tion | olic . John Berge. executive secretary, serves as a conlacl between alumni and the a lministration. Warren P. Knowles is longralulateil as l9S2-5 ' i ] resiilenl i)f the Associalion li liis [ireilecessor. W. (». Ascheiiltreniirr. Bisiiiwn (ini i nil; i;iiiiiii Some of liir |iiililiralions of llie Associalion. The Association raised more llian SSO.dtK) lo send ihe hand to the Rose Bowl. 27 IV-iin- .iihI ri-l - lin ' j niakr lor ;i cur;ili- i | Tirii Milalioii. IK r,ill,,rcs li. ' iir.- ill W r,-,Mi,l, wiscDnsm ALUMIVI RESEARCH FDUIVDATIDIV The Wisronsin Alumni Research F ' oiiiifhition was r )nn lefl in 1Q2S to sup[ ( rt research al tlie niiiversit and lo prolcci ihc |iiihlir honi nnwarranted cxjiloita- tion of inventions. Its organization was niainh (hie to the efforts of Dr. TIarry Steenhock, whose discovery of a method of manufacturing vitamin D was patented and assigned to it. Since lOS. " !. the foundation has gi cn more than SS.OOO.OOO lo sn[)[)ort all phases of research in the natu- ral sciences. More than a half million dollars has been used for the research assistanlship program, which was foriTUilalcd in l ' )3f lo hring outstanding yoimg men and women to the universitv for graduate work. Since the program was begun, about 500 graduate students have held lliese assistantships. The foimdation also operates a commercial testing laboratory and a vitamin concentrate processing plant. Kcconis are carefully kepi. Aiioilier W K1 ' mirarle |)r..,liictr ' 28 D.aii K. K. IVokc AG CAMPUS The College of griculture forms the hackbone and support for the fanners of America ' s Dair lan(l. Here young men and women are trained in seienlilie methods and teehniques of raising crops and livestock. They are instructed in the traditions of good management and living that arc so mucli a pari ol llic polic ol llie g School. Here is the center of agricultural training and re- search, the home of the short course, and the scene of important agricultural group conferences and meetings, the amiual Farm and Home week, and Little Inter- national Live Stock Exhibition. Babcock Hall, the new dairy building, is an important center of dairying production and marketing research. Horliciiluire classes are [ arl of a riculltire ciirriciiliim. K ' %rv. -JT , -.-J pt. I iirki ' . ami (Greece ?tU(lv American farm im(tlemenls. AG EXTEIVSID " Service to the state " is exemplified in every phase of agricultural extension work. The county farm agent, the 4-H leader, the home agent, the extension specialist are all regular ineniliers of llic I ni frsit of isconsin staff. 4-H leaders direct the i)iith of the state in pleasurable and profitable activities. Farm agents pass out information on improvement programs for crops and soils. Training is given by the College of Agriculture and the Short Course. The experimental stations at Madison and throughout the state carry out research into the fields of farming. The women of America ' s Dairyland are aided in their home-making by county home agents. Tlie coiintv a enl — frieinf t f all farmers. Bnicellosi research ill liciiflii ;ill ilairv farmers. Tree disease conlrol is demonstrated by county agent. 31 HDMH EC .SCHDDL D.an I ' raiucs iiill The iu ' » llcitiif Kc Buililin wins 32 ' J ' hc Srliool ul lloriii ' I ' lioiiorriirs is ;i sclioul lor llii- arl of li iiif;. I ' loni il xi liiir)ilri ' ils of noimii; [icu|iIi ' ail . well Iraiticil In llii ' liasii- lichU of foods and iniliiliori. clolliiii ' and Icxlilcs. rclalcd ail. oi- lionir rnana i-nu-iit anil lainiK li ino;. Combined niajors arc offered in I ' dn- calion. reerealion, journaiisni. and nnrsin r. (iradiiales obtain leacliing positions in the lii;;li selioois ol the state, serve as hospital dieticians. «ork as women ' s editors on newspapers and magazines, join the extension staff as county home agents, and become the liome-makers of the slate and the nation. ith the comjilelion of the new wing of the Home I ' jconomics Buikhng come phms for a wider and broader program of teaching, extension, and research. I ' rotn llie white kitchens of the foods laboratories to the pla room of the nursery school, from Dean ZiiiU ' s office to the researcli labs, the stuilcnts and lacnll of the llorne Economics School [ilaii and slud towards the service of the state. I{r.-,.r.l lillH ' ill lll AG STUDEIVT CDUIVCIL ' I ' lic Vg-Home Ec. Studeni Coniu ' il is the governing lioiK ol ihe College of Agriculliiic ami llic Home Eco- nomies School. The organization represents all the clubs and organized houses in the College of Agriculture and Home Economics. 1 The Council sponsors the annual Ag-Home Ec alk- Around, the Mid-Winter Ball, and the Ag-Home Ec Student Faculty Banquet, and gives support to the Wisconsin Country Magazine. Monthly meetings are held in Agriculture Hall. This year ' ' s officers were Les klehesadel. president; Phil Tichener, vice-president: ni Lou (Jard, secre- tary; and Ralph Meier, treasurer. Front row, left to right: D. Traeder, M. Swanson Mrs. K. Beacli, advisor; J. Hubbard, K. Spear C. Grueljen. A. L. tiard, D. Jindra. Second roic, C. Young, D. Moore, A. Gust, D. Magnin. D Holt. R. Meier, L. Klebesadel, H. Schmitt, C Huber. P. Tichener. Third row: L. Finder. B Fueik. K. Ilvde. . [,aii. . Janz. H. Slrassburg (.. Kust. lr. K. (;erUar lt. advisor. Missing: M Mulvane. M. Knilans, J. Piehl, J. Birdsall, T Piltleman, D. Miller, H. Brikowski, D. Hartung G. Weavers, J. Ludwig, J. Tonkin. 33 EUTHEIVICS CLLB First rnu left to right: E. Keskc. E. Klioury, N. Lindquisl, C. Stangel, B. Brriilriip. l. Homann, M. Jermo, M. Jahn, C. McCarlv. Smmd row: J. Boelliu-r. M. Kolles, N. Patldock, I ' . (;raham, II. Vtaefler. V. Fauerhach. H. Gade. Vl. Rorfhape, M. Kennedy. M. Conlin. Third roic: M. Hulchi- son, I. Scallon, C. Huenink, P. Brann, G. O ' Connor. Mrs. K. Beach. Miss M. Vandenbergh. Miss 1). .lullon, M. .Swanson. J. Meyers, S. Price. Fourth row: M. Nelson, M. Scliaaf, L. Perschhacher, P. Brazelton, E. Wald, C. Saner. A. Allenliern. J. Slrandu N. McCann. L. Han- son. J. Perrin. E. Walson. S. Larsen, M. Leach, E. Engel, J. Hubbard. Fifth row: N. Schidenburg, A. Henke. M. Goodell, M. Murphy, J. Relhke, C. Bice, D. (ronnering, J. Pieritz, J. Shirza, K. Torpliy, L. Miller. Sixth row: R. Ford, M. Ter- rill, R. Hansen, E. Gibbons, A. Schroeder, M. Dettmann, R. Niederneier, J. Boerner, A. Tur- ner, M. Demmer. This has been an active year for Euthenics Club. Both the State Home Economics Convention at Mil- waukee Downer College in October and the Province Convention at Chicago in Ecl)ruar had rcprescMilalioii from the university club. Besides participating in the annual Cliristnias bazaar, activities also undertaken were High School Day and the spring fashion show. The idea of having monthly club projects was initiated and found successful. Euthenics Club is an organization for all students majoring in home economics. It is affiliated with the Wisconsin Home Economics Associati »n and the Amer- ican Home Economics Associations, College Club Division. Officers were J eanette Hubbard, president; Nancy- Paddock, vice-president: .Teanne Schwartz, secretar% : Gardien O ' Conner, treasurer; Judy Meyers, historian; Mary Scallon, publicity; and Marji Swanson. Ag Student Council representative. Miss .Tutton, Miss Vandenbergh, and Mrs. Beach are the advisors. 34 BLUE SHIELD-4-H The Blue Shield Country Life Chih is one of the largest and most aetive organizations on ag eamjnis, and offers o[)portunities to students interested in the adN ancenient of rural soeiet) and culture. (Huh activities included trips to surroiniding com- nuuiities and sponsoring a theater grou|). the " Country Life I ' hners. " Odicers were Amy Lou Card, |)rcsi(lent; Duane Moore, vice-president; Mary Ann Kennedy, secretary; Wesley Noel, treasurer; and Harold Strassburg, Ag Council representative. Prof. .John Barton and Prof. James Schwalbach are the advisors. The University of isconsin 4-H Cluh is a medium through which members, former members, and leaders of l-Il gain leadership experience and maintain interest in Club work. Activities included extension work, camping trips, holidav parties, an annual barn dance, and participa- tion in the Ag Campus ' Lalent Show. Officers were Dean Lignin. president: llarolil Strass- burg, vice-president: Jean Slebens, secretary: Robert Osborn, treasurer; and Duane Moore. Ag Council rep- resentative. Advisors are Klizabeth Davis and Bruce Cartter. First run. left tii right: Roberl Reimann, Harold Slrassbuff;, Klilora Keske, Bob Blackbourn. Eu- gene Branilt, Duane Moore. Dennis- Johns, Ralph Schwarlz. Berul Nuju, William Bennett. Second run: Professor E. B. Gordon, Ruth Boehm, Mar- gie Tullle. Mary Conlin, Amy Gard. Betty Ber- nard. Calherine McCarty, Frank Schmitz. Pro- fessor Jolin Ballon. Third row: Ronald Meyer, llarvev Eii;;i-lkinf;. Mary Kennedy, Mary Klein- lieinz. (Jail I )av -n|M rt, Joyce Perrin. Elise Wat- son. Irvin Jahno. Lyda Cline, Marjorie Burcalow, Marion Root. Jean Stebens, Paul Baker. Fran Sheafor. Fourth row: Marvin Lafang. Oliver Jaoobsen. Joseph Delay, Robert Nelson. Albert Javorek. Dave Craig. Norbert DeByle, Robert Osborn. Llovil llollerman, Eugene Townsend. Fifth roir: Orville lleinke. Elmer Marth. Lowell Ilolloway. Mark Hansen, Wesley Noel, Dean Magnin, Everelt Roberts. 35 PHI UPJilLUIV UMICllUH First row, left to right: .|i;imic Schwartz. Maroia Larsen, Marjorie Siliir. ClKirloiie Biie. Mar- jorie Beach, Winifrt ' il Murklialler. SccomI roic: Miss Blanche Lee. Mitzi Asohenhreiiner, Lois Kasegiima, Margot Kiiilans. Helen (Jiller. Mar- tha Mulvane, Audrey Berg, Miss Emma Jorilre. Third rotv: Jane Burpee, Pat Hornby, Jean Kil- ter, Jane Griem, Shirley Scheerer. Kay Spear, Jane Piehl, Marv Lou Polzin, Signe Haaland. Phi Upsiloii Oniirroii is a professional home economics sorority with 37 active chapters all over the country. One ol liic major aims is lo promote and advance home economics ihrongh national and local programs and hold proCessional meetings featuring people in the home economics lield. Special events which Phi U ' s sponsor and participate in are the Senior Picnic in the spring, the annual Christ- mas party, the (Ihristmas Bazaar featuring hand-made toys, mittens, socks, and other items, and High School Day for seniors interested in home economics at Vi is- consin. Officers were Margot Knilans. president; Martha Mulvane, vice-president; Lois Hagen, secretary; and Lois Kasegiima, treasurer. Advisors are Blanche L. Lee, Emma M. Jordre, and Polly Friedrichs. 36 SADDLE AlVD SIRLDIIV Saddle and Sirloin is a national ortraniz;ilicin loiiinl on almost every agricultural campus and is composed of students interested in tlie livestock industrv and its various |iliases. I ' acli car the rhil s|)(insors dairy, livestock, and iiital jiiiltiinj: ti-ain . ilii-- car the meat judging team won lirst place at the International Live Stock Exposi- tion in ( !hicago. Saddle and Sirloin al-o sjiun-orcd the Liltlc Inter- nalionai Li c Stork SIkiu IhM at the Stock Pavilion in the s[(ring under tin- liadir-hip n( Jim Smrz, general chairman of the e eiU. Officers were Dv " aine Traeder, president: John Renk. vice-president: Duane Miller, secretary: Peter M ers. treasurer; Charles Eckels, promotions chairman: and Dave Craig. ser£eanl-at-arins. First rati: left to right: D. Miller. G. Drewn.-. J. Jopek, C. Eckels. Second roic; J. Renk. P. Slac- Iahn. B. Fritzpatrick. D. TraeJer. Third roic: 1). Barrett. V. Steuck. B. Bogdanoff. G. Chilton. N. Neumuellet. B. Mulllkiii. J. Smrz, D. Nelson. r„iirlh rou: . Bohn. I). Holt. E. Dineen. E. Buss. R. Nelson. L. Klehesadel. W. Hartz. Fifth run: O. Jacobson. B. Stewart. D. Craig. R. Sie- gert. J. Spencer. B. nlirman. D. Wescott. Sixth row: E. Rupnow. L. Holloway. H. Strassburg. L. Lundeen. L. Salzwedel. R. Erdman. E. ucherer. Sen ' iilh row: A. Javorek. E. Roberts. E. Kinnunen. (;. Hansen. R. Van Dixhorn. R. Mebille. M. Hansen. Eighth row: H. (iramling. W. Drajesk. H. Koch. F Kipp. 1). (;illilan.l. I. Schweppe, R. Schwartz. 37 I i,-.l ruir. Irfl In nuhl: l. iirv Das .m. 4 William (.lia.i.cllor. Norman OImmi. " ■ .S,.r„,i run: Bernar I W csriilMT;:. ( A Kiisl, I ' rofess.-r W alu-r Bjorak.r. Hoi. JMclv. Raloh Van Divlinrii. Tltinl row: i Waller Zai.la. Donald Timmnn-,. rmin Janz, Simon Kowatil Dean Massry. ALPHA ZETA Alpha Zeta, the national honorary agriculture Ira- ternit . was established to encourage and develop actual and potential leadership in the Held of agriculture. Its niendjers are chosen on the basis of high scholarship, fellowship, and character. One of the chapter ' s mem- bers, Dave ieckart. was a winner of the National Alpha Zeta Scholarship. Spring and fall initiations and banquets are held aiunialh. This ear President Fred was initialed as an hon )rar niendjer. The officers for the year were Cy Kust, ])resident: Les Klebesadel, vice-president: Ralph Van Dixliorn. secretary; David Woolhiser, reporter: and Norm Olson, treasurer. Dean Arny. Prof. R. Bray, and Prof. W. Bjoraker are the advisors. FUTURE FARMERS DF AMERIEA The collegiate chapter of ihc Kulnrc Farmers of America strives to provide leadership training for its members. Two sets of officers are elected each semester. ho are invited to go into local high schools to confer higher membership degrees to high school chapter mem- bers, and to offer assistance to them. This organization is affiliated with the national F.F.A.. the largest farm boys ' organization in the United States. The club has special formal ceremonies for opening and closing meetings, initiation of members, and award- ing higher degrees. T he F.F.A. is sponsored by the agricidtural education department an l is open to all high school F.F.A. members who wish to continue their acti ities or those who are preparing to be F " .F.A. adxisors as high school teachers of agricultiu-e. This year ' s officers were Lester Finder and rrnin Janz. president: Harold Strassburg and Orlin (Coleman, vice-president: Simon kowahl and alter Zaida. secre- tarv; Jim Tonkin and Al Javorek. treasurer: Frank Fentress and Everett Roberts, reporter; and Ga lord Unbehaun and Byron Walters, sentinel. Professor W. T. Bjoraker is the club ' s advisor. First roll, lift to right: I ' rofessor J. V. James, Frank Fentress, Simon Kowahl, Harold Slrassburg:, Lester Finder, Pro- fessor Vi alter T. Bjoraker. Snonrl rotv: Lester Hilden. (Jaylord Unl)eliaiin. Robert Miller, Cyril Rust, Armin Janz, Boh Reinhard, Herbert Jornes. Bill Reinhard, Ielvin Cooper. Tliiril rnir: Waller Zaida, Ralph L I tech. Rolland Schaefer, % illiam Becker. Rohcrl Jndy . Donald Crockett. Fourth rtm: James Clift, Eugene Rupnow, Kenneth Ben- eck, Charles Showers. Ralph Van l)ix- horn, Alberl lavorck. Kichanl llarvev. Fifth row: John Nol,l.-. lrrUn Kahc, Kngene Radloff. Kcnyon i;iese. Don Schwarz, Courtney Schwertz, William Ilarlz. 38 lirsl n„r. Irft to rialil: illiam li k, I. (iirlls Lehman, Vrlyn Gust, Pliili|i riik. Scrond row: Kenneth Lau . Donald Colson. (Charles Horsens, Ji)hn Binl«all, Kiidv Scharsr-hmidt, Dr. K. C. W.-rkel, llanild Maze. FDDD TECHIVDLDGY CLUB The L iii ersity of isconsin Food Technology Chib was organized in 1948 to provide for discussion of food technologv development bv representatives of industrv, to provide contacts for employment with indtistry rep- resentatives, and to enable field trips to food processing plants. Club members are students majoring in food technologv and related courses. Officers for this year were Arlyn E. Gust, president: Philip ruk, vice-president: and Curtis Lehman, secre- tary-treasurer. The faculty advisor is Professor K. G. Weckel. L llVDSCAPE CDUIVCIL RIHG The Landscape Council Ring is an organization for students interested in nature and its ramifications to associate for social and educational contacts. It is de- signed to promote both student and public interest in landscape architecture, and to concern itself with the First rmr, left to right: John Dustrude, ilham Fiicilc, Christa Bergan. John !.an«:, Scrond roir: Professor Joseph i;ifner. Kdward Hasselkus. Barbara Horn. Roman Romanowski. Theodore I ' illleman, Helmuth Sohweikart. TliinI niir: Koltert An le, Bernard esen- l:er , Joseph Johanning, Siegfried Eherhardt. preparation and training of its own members for capable service in the profession of landscape architecture. This year ' s officers were William C. Fucik, president; John W. Dustrude, vice-president; Christa E. Buergin, secretary: and John E. Lang, treasurer.. M) Ii,s( i„ii. Irfi i„ rifilil: Mi-. Mav Cml,-. lani- I ' irlil. latllia Miilvan.-. H.- ,il l,aiis..M. Srrnml niir: Milzi siliiiiliri-iiniT. Jean Clcmiiil. kadi- l.n.- l.aBuildc, Shirley Sihr.icr. Louis,- (-ilU ' r, Koseniarv Cams. iiclrr Kaa- sa. (iharlolle Bice. DMICRDIV N J (.)inicroii Nu is a naliimal li norai home economics societ , its purpose being lo [ironiote scholarship, leadership, research, and to further the public interest in home economics. l ]ach spring Omicron Nu sponsors a scholarship tea for outstanding home economics students. The organiza- tion cooperates with other home economics clubs in the sponsorship of a tea for new freshmen and transfer stu- dents and in spousorhig a Home Kconotiiics High Srliool Da). This car " s odicers were Martha lul aiic. prcsidcnl: Kay Spear, vice-president; Jane Field, secretary ; Beverly I.auson. treasurer; Mitzi Ashenbrenner, editor: and Carol Grueljen. Ag Student Coimcil representative. Miss May Cowles is the advisor. BABCDCK DAIRY SCIEIVCE CLUR ' J ' he Babcock Dairy Science Club is composed of stu- dents interested in the promotion of the dairy industry. The purpose of the chib is to help its members gain a better understanding of the problems and opportunities in the dairy industry. With the help of their advisor. Dr. W. C. Winder, the club has completed a successful ear of activities. One of their projects lliis year was furnishing tiic slud room at Babcock Hall, while another project was the begin- ning of installation of an inter-coni system in Babcock Hall. ' J ' he officers for the past year were Glenn Weavers, president; Carl Huber, vice-president; and Les Mark, secretary -treasurer. First roll. • ( til rifilil: John Zehren, I.esler Mark. I ' rof.-ssor Kverl Walleii- f.ll. I ' rof.-ssor llowaril C. Jackson. ( ; l.n W ( ' a i-rs. ( iarl 1 1 ilhcr. Scciiml rnw: (arl Villahranih. John Silliams. Nor- man Olson. Harold Wunsch, Bernie l.aahs. Waller Cook. John Liidwig, Kuilv Chercaskv. 40 ' the Dean I ' avcllc II. KKv. Statistics lahoratorv — remembered bv all cipinmi ' rrc stuilciits. COM SCHDQL Com 181 class 42 The School of CoimiitTce iin ler the (lirectioii of Dean Fayette H. Elwell has made an important contrihntioii to the preparation of future leaders in husiness and economic life. Major students in the commerce school have a choice of more than one hundred courses in thir- teen different departments from which to select a hack- ground of study. Graduate students in commerce have imderlaken a wide varietv of suhjects for intensive research leading to the preparation of theses for advanced degrees. Their research enables them to gain more knowledge in the area of their choice. Specialized training of this kind gives the graduates an opportunity for experience with some of the prohlems that they will find in their work. The School of Commerce has an extensive program of institutes and conferences for further education of both leaders and workers in business and industry. In the course of these programs specialists gather and dis- cuss suhjects of great interest and irn[)ortance to those who gather m the campus of the university for meetings. Prof. C. C. Center discusses thesis w ith a grailuale student. k A -x ' . 1). . iA First roif. left to right: K. Sather, R. Koehler. K. Keilel. J. Farris, D. Witas. iinulentified. Seciinil row: K. Ciiliela. C Nebel, Profes sor Westing. K. Kahl. E. Burton. J. Seconl. Third roic: E. Schiiltz, W. Erickson. E. Schinidl. R. Gronik. T. Briimm. R. Otlo. R. Liind. C. Rogers. D. Lolwin. Fourth roir: II. Laun. E. Kazanjian. W. Knoeller. R. Heeman. I.unde. R. Sihillfarlli. D. Coleman, D. Trecek. MARKETIIVG CLUB Marketing CItili. liiili i an affiliate of the Ainerieaii Marketing Association, is an organization ojien to those ronimeree stndents who are interested in finihng ont more ahoiit the retailing functions of the marketing world. This cliih. which is run on the semester basis, meets in the L nion with Professor X esting as the advisor. During the semester, ontside speakers present pro- grams to discuss the various aspects of merchandising. In this way the students are Itroiight into actual contact with marketing problems. Special events of the semester include field trips to the Board of Trade and the Merchandise Mart. Officers of Marketing Club were Karl Kahl. presi- dent: Bob Koehler, vice-president; Ken Keitel, secre- tary-treasurer; and Connie Nebel, corresponding secre- tary. 43 GAMMA ALPHA CHI (JariiriiM l|)li;i ( ' .hi is a iialional prorcssioiial aiKcr- tisinj; soniiiU , aftilialiiig ils fiu ' tiilicrs with ihc Vdxct- tisiiiu; Fcdcralion of Aniciica. tlonlacls willi |i( ' (i|)l ' siicccssrulK ciigagcil in ail i ' r- tisiiig are an iiiiporlant part of the group ' s aetivities. This year, imitations to study departments of Madi- son Newspapers. Inc. and llarr .S. l ancliesti-r pro- idcd interesting insiidit into the aetnal workini; liehl. Ganuna Mplia ( Ihi ineinhers are eliosen from tlie Sehools (if (iommerri ' . .lomiiahsm. Nome Ivonomies, and rt. ( Xlieers Icir l ' ). ' )2-. 3 were l h Ihs (rrossmann, presi- dent: Rose Hansen, vice-president; Arline Matt, secre- lar : and Marilyn Griffy, treasurer. Prof. S. Watson Dunn of the School of Journalism is the sorority ' s ad isor. ■Vrsf rail. Irfi til rifihl: l.vmi (Jriffv. Ami Hastino;s. .loan Alliiiis. .lane Moe. Sfcand niiv: Roseamie Hansen. Phyllis (Grossman. .li.i. ' l.ill. Thinl nm: Dorolhv t f;,.rl. Marjiarel Koa.h. Marl.ara DufI ' . Eslli.-r (;arvev. Mary koctller. 44 First row. left to right: J. Pick. R. Roelirs. K. Bockeloh. C. Koeble, M. Demcak. D. Ingalls. C. Coleman. J. Shannon. Second row: L. Erickson, A. Amlsen, A. Hamlin, A. Gonce. J. Yanikowski, W. Reilly. J. O ' Ronrke. J. Berglold. Third row: R. Laskowske, R. Hemke. G. Malthews, K. Diekroeger. J. Trochaska. NX Kosilzke. S. Reinholtz. C. Vaill. U. Krenz. H. I. aim. F. Opitz. ALPHA KAPPA PSI The iscuiisin cliapter ol Alpha Ka| ])a I ' si had tlu ' liuiior this car of heiiig liost cliapter for the (hstrict conlerenoe convention. Eleven chapters from schools all over the midwest and all national officers were repre- sented at the conference, held in Dci ' cinhcr. Alpha kappa Psi was formetl to promote mutual in- terests and friendship between commerce students and to serve as a source of help and information for them in their varied (ields of business. It intends to promote both social interest, along with high scholastic and pro- fessional ideals. The activities of the group this )ear included talks b professional people, research projects done by members, and lield trips to various business places. Officers were James Yanikowski, president; William Reilly, vice-president; Allan Gonce, secretary; Andrew Hamlin, treasiu-er; Raymond Laskowske, district con- ference chairman; and Dean F. Elwell, deputy coun- sellor. 45 BETA GAMMA SIGMA Beta Gainiiia Simula, a iialioiial i ri. ' aiiizati )n. was f( iiii(l ' il ill l " )!)? at llu- Lni crsit oi Wisconsin hv a f;r n|( l cornnicrci ' students. I ' he (irst president of Beta Gamma Sigma was Fa ette II. KI m-II. now Dean of the School of Commerce. The purpose of the society is lo encourage and reward scholarship and accomplishinent in iIk ' li ' lil of business studies, to promote the advancement and spread of education in business, and to foster principles of hon- esty and integrity in business |)ractice. Sinci- llic founding uf ihc Mplia lia|ilcr in l ' »07. llie society has expanded lo iiiiJMdc ldl -ll r diaplcrs and 2:5.000 members. Actixilies ol llie local cliapirr incluilc serving as an advisory group lo the facuilv ami dean of llic (Com- merce School. Oflficers were Sam Ingebritsen. [)residenl: Harley llinrichs, vice-president; and Miss Angeline Lins, secretary -treasurer. Miss Lins also serves as the faculty- advisor to the group. First roll; left to right: Mary Cafferly, Angeline Lins, Samuel Ingebrilsen, Fayelle Elwell, Chariot le Ankeney, Muriel Sorensen. Second row: Harley llinriehs, Philip Vn . Pauline Werdin, Gilberl Boenier, James Jacobs, Donald Thul. Edward Busse, Arlene Schmiege, Thomas Gavell. TbinI nnr: Darrpll Wilde. Donald Olski, Kimberly Pelerson, Kenneth Jones, Clayton Taves. David Uoff, Nicholas Galanos, Dean ( ' .dlcnian. 46 I irst niii. Irft la riglit: Mar Sholit-. Ilt-len Frt-ileriik. I ipla Siinmr. ( laire Roelandt. Mania Kmlehaver. Secund roiv: Jeanne llolle. Muriel Snren.-en. Marv Linilu« . Arlene Sehmiei;e. Ii .-. Lin?. I ' anline erdin. Third run: i.a Verne Lake. Carolyn Chrislen- sen. Geraliline Milliv. Eilna Meisekolhen. Dorothy Dedow. Dorene Strieker. Arlene Albright. Adrieune Kohinson. Jo Ann Secord, Char Ankenev. Pat Roberts. Fourth row: Nancv Salmi, Marcia Rose, Ellen Nyhus, Mary S aters. Joyce Schallert, Pat MacDonald. PHI CHI THETA Plii Chi Tlieta. national coininerfe sorority, had a hiisv program and varied list of activities in 1952-53. Because women are in the minoritv in the School of Commerce, one of Phi Chi Theta ' s most important functions is to give the girls in commerce an oppor- tunity to get better acquainted outside the classroom. W ith that purpose in tnind the sorority participated in field trips and toins. and met in the L nion to hear speeches b prominent business women in inan fields. Social events were also held with the alumnae of Phi ( llii riieta and with otiicr ortranizatioiis in the School of Commerce. Mcndicrs of I ' hi CJii Theta are majoring in almost everv field offered by the Commerce School — insurance, marketing, real estate, and accounting. A Founder ' s Day celebration on March 1st was attended bv School of Commerce facult} . alumnae and actives, and on May 21 the Senior Sendoff was held. Officers this vear were Arlene Schmiege. president: Marv Lindow. vice-president: Barbara Swift, secre- tarv: Pauline erdin, treasurer: and Mary Cafferty, rushing chairman. Miss A. G. Lins is the advisor. I ' ll SI nm: Irfl l„ riahl: I). SolKH-iifck. k. Scliall.-r. .1. Kr .viiski, S. Brajidon. 11. Joni-s. K. Illin worlli. ( :. Ko .r. I). llii.-l.M.T. B. (;,.|l- maii. Scitind nm: H. I ' ni- fian . . Slriikrr. K. Kaiil. K. Braiiiis.l» ei ' . J. (;«-sseil. J. Ciirraii. ( 1. Oil. ProfesM i Aiulirws. Thinl nm-: W . Il..,lnnm ki. . Croose. W . Sl.-novicli. 1). 11. .h. N. Kiuil- soii, A. K.-iiili..l.l. W . Sieger. REAL ESTATE AlVD HOME BUILDIIVG ASSDEIATIDIV The Real Estate and Home Building Association held its meeting this year in the various university huildings. The pm-pose of the ehih is to help the members make practical applications to the subjects which they stud at the university for job placements after graduation. The club ' s activities this year included field trips to the various manulacturers con cntions, and interviews with well known realtors and builders. The ofhcers for this year were Howard .[ones, presi- flenl: Stanley Gradgon, executive secretarx : Kirliard Knopke. treasurer; and Vincent McCarville, Richard Shaller and Everett Spehnan, directors. Professor An- drews and Professor Radclilfe are the advisors. SDEIETY FDR THE ADVAIVCEMEIVT DF MAIVAGEMEIVT The Society for the Advancement of Management — SAM, we call it — met at the Industrial Management Institute under the guidance of Prof. Harold Kubly and Prof. David Belcher. SAM. a nationwide professional society of managers in industry, education, commerce, and government, has for its goal extending the benefits of scientific management wherever management is needed. Our group is open to all college students, though Commerce School is best represented. We form a junior chapter of the national parent societ . Our program featured tours of nearb lirms and organizations which interested us because of their- man- agement setup. East January we visited the ash plant in Kenosha. Officers for this ear were Ray Easkowskc. president; George Mathews, vice-president; Corky iNielsou, secre- tary; and Dick Muller, treasurer. hirst ruw. left lu right: John Zimmerman, John Nimlos, Corbell Nielson, Ray Laskowske. (;.-orf;e lalh -«s. Richaril Muller. Richaril Sanlonl. .S,.,,.(, rmv: Ralph Trzesniewski. RIcharil (liirlis, Roy Huser, Glenn Laeillke, William Hemlock, Robert Lane, George Gaw- ronski, Arthur Arnlser, Clyde Jaworaki. Peder Falstad. Thinl nnv: Paul Rirh- ards. Joseph Killian. Donald Bailey. Larry Rogers, David Golenian. Jack Rhode, Robert Weix, Raymoiiil S hol- be, John Greisch, Rudy Sirnv. ,rs( n,». , ( („ rifiltl: Bui, W .-ll: U..I.,Tl .-l,i ,li,-r. Kol.rrl A |.lM»al I. H. H.m,r. l).-ll.erl KraiiM-. kiiiilH-rl I ' cli-r-on. Si ' difiil niii: (Pinion .lolui-m lio-.r IVl,rs,„i. lr in- Van,!,- r, ' ,l -, l.vl,- S|„-,T-(li,i,-i,l,-r. ,|,,1mi 111,,!; Ill,, mas !, ,1,111. Marliii Muslikin. Do, U.jiele, William I.emke. rlliiir LlI,l vi ' I liird row: Robert Luii,l, l),,ii (Jrulli l)„n Trawicki, Earl K„iksla.l. B..I Slephan, John Callahan, Diianr Kik ' IiI Kugene Irminger, James Jacol,. lvl«ar, Biisse. Fourth roiv: Frank Sclili- ;,-! |{,,l,erl Scolt. Paul Ja.olis. l) -ll.,n Kochm. Donald Nowalzki, l),,iial s, ' henbrenner. John Hinnenciael, Kar! ( artovskv. BETA ALPHA PSI IJfia Al|)lia Fsi. llie national professional accounting iraternit . was established at the University of iscon- sin in 1 .3:2. Since its founding, it has maintained a higli scholastic staniling and for the school term U)ol-52 was lir t among the professional fraternities on (■aai[)us. I ' roi ' . J. B. Bower is the faculty advisor of Sigma iliaplir. Sigma ihapter held four special a li ilic during the school ear. Commerce Careers l)a Lmicheon. an occasion for meeting men in the accounting field, was held on Oct. 10. Other events were a Homecoming buffet luncheon, a date dinner, and a joint meeting with the Matlison chapter of CPA ' s. The officers for the fall semester of 1952 were Robert Aspinwall, president: Robert Wells, vice-presi- dent: Robert Aebischer, treasurer; Kiniberly Peterson, secretary: and Delbert Krause, assistant secretary. IIVSURAIVCE SOCIETY Insurance Society was organized to further advance knowledge and understanding of insurance and to ac- |uaint students with actual insurance industr men in arious branches of work. The Society learns by first-hand information which included field trips to insurance companies and pro- grams featuring speakers from the insurance industry this year. Another important activity of the Societ was First run: left to riffht: . ahlfeil. A. Schmill. J. Peterson, D. Arnilt, K. Fink, C. Jaworski. G. Mathews, D. Keibie, W. Trachte. D. Roehm. Secowl row: J. Herro. T. Zamzow, G. Fruth. G. Diamond, T. Taylor, C. Bentzin. ' V. Anderson. L. Collins. R. iedfeklt. T. Vi enck. Professor Schuck. Profess,,, Cente r. Third roic: C. Olive. D. Wil- liams. D. Herrling. C. Stumpf. 1,. Blaokman. H. Metzger. D. Knulh. I.. Leifer, K. Knowles, I. VanileVrede. B. Wells. 1). Zautcke. W. Schreiner. Fourth rou: R. Pfleger, A. Heins, K. Wendt. II. Nicholls. S. Temkin, U. Lough. T. Murphy. C. Ankene) , I.. Lake. D. Kaercher. M. W aters, . Burdick. Fifth roiv: T. Tauhe, . Bruhn. W. Hustedt. W. Stringer, R. Pavlik. P. Smith, E. Darrow. N. Ather- ton, L3utheimer. R. Gardiner. J. Call- ahan. W . Batz, B. Rohotka, T. Schnei- der, k. W iUis. B. Larson. publication of the anntial Newsletter, a letter sent to in- surance companies and incltiding the activities of the insurance department, the names of the graduating in- surance majors, and their job preferences. Officers this year were Tom Anderson, president; Leroy Collins, vice-president: Charles Bentzin, secre- tary: and Rodney ,iedfeldt. treasurer. Professor C. C. Center was the advisor. ' tiel vour adviser to sign form ill REGISTRATIDH This is a slorx callcil rri;istralii ii. iir llic slraii ii case r (!licsl -r I ' . I)al rim|ilc mIki uaiilcd l lake " lar- riafje and tlic l ' ' aiiiil " l)iil gol " Viiimal lliisliaii(lr la. " (Chester was a small town hoy and had never seen a [laeket. C hesler still wishes he ne er had. (Ihester was III register at eight; th jiaekets weren ' t ready initil nine and then Chester got the wrong one. He is now the only hoy in the girls " l ' h ImI class. (A low lilow for (Chester; he doesn ' t like girls.) Chester linally got his packet two days late, hut his advisor was on a leave of absence to Key est to investigate vacations. This cojnjilicated things for him hecause he was new and had to have his cards checked seven times at the Quonset hut. This wasn ' t bad. but when Chester was thrown in the show- ers at the Armory, he got wet. and it was plenty wet standing in line for three hours while it dried. Chester didn ' t know it. but the ink on his program card had run and he had to start again. Well, Chester finally com- pleted his registration, hut lost his wallet just before paying his fees. He finally cashed in his checkers ' scholarship and got the fees paid, but three days later he was drafted, so it doesn ' t really matter. (He took his checkers with him.) It ' s not ra Id 111 " a -Imlent at Wiscoiisir Time out for fun al a dormitory street dance. Another of the many freshman tests in progress. m 50 Kfsearili in ihc Enzyme ln»lilulc. GRADUATE SCHDDL The University of Wisconsin Graduate Sriiool. second largest in the nation, hoasts a re[ ulalion l knii« ledge and achievement. Its students, working lor advanced degrees, become intellectual leaders serving our state and our nation. Their [)rojects and research in all iiclds of university study serve as sources for a eonstanti) growing finiil of information — information which leatls to progress. This fall the Knapp Memorial Center was opened. It is the ollicial home of U isconsin ' s Graduate Sciiool. and its lihrar), seminar and reception rooms are jpen to faculty, administration and graduate students. Form- erly the Governor ' s mansion on I ' ast Gilman Street, the Center was [)urchased h knapp funds lor the L niver- sity. Its opening marks a new step lorward in the his- tory of the (Graduate School. Grail stuileni Icaclu ' s umleri;raiiuates. Dean Conrad Elvehjem. ■ I) (.radiiaU ' (. 51 Nursery silicml cliildren enjoy a picnic. SCHDDL DF EDUCATIDIV The Scliool of Kdiication has a curricuhiin roinposed of general, art, ph) siral, and recreational ethication and in ad(htion. grants a degree in occupational lherap . Headed by Dean John Guy Fowlkes, the Ivlucation School works at its continuous goal of equipping stu- dents with a professional teaching education — students who will be A isconsin ' s future teachers. ' I ' liis goal is acconi|)lished through course work and actual Held experience, such as the practice teaching done by many education students in the Madison graded and high schools. Madison schools cooperate with this program by arranging the classes in which the practice teachers can learn and work. Thus experimenta- tion with teaching methods is accomplished along with the teaching experience gained. The education student also gains practical knowledge through comniunit work in Madison in cooperation with such agencies as the Y.M.C.A., the Boy Scouts, the Girl Scouts, and the Community Center. I )ean John Guy Fowlkes Art educalion faculty study studeiith " work. e Charts 52 Lk I ' ' 3 First run h ' Jt to right: Dr. II. Klausmeier. R. Winicr. K. Dahms. M. IVaiic, Mr. F. Ksi- all. Srrmul „,. • I). I.uliaill. I ' . DOra .i... I-:. Smilli. Tliinl mw: M. S lia|iliorsl, I). Vcilh. A. Brillliarl, unidenlifieil, K. Ilatn- ihim, J. .Schaefer. uniileiilified, iinideiilifieii, L. (larlcr. .1. Oaw- ford. Fourth row: l. I ' lilil. (;. Dooley, B. Quinn. I,. i|(m-. SCHEDERS The Scheders or School of I ' .ihii-alioii Cliil) in tlie year 1952- ' 5.3 found its scope of social, educational, and professional activities spreading into a variety of lields. I nder the capahle leadership of Edwin M. Smith, and with the assistance of Professors Frank J. Estvan and llerhert Klausmeier, the Scheders promoted such ser- ice acti ities as weekly coffee-hours, the annual School of Education open house, and many lecture-forums of professional and cultural interest. The Scheders is a social and professional organization affiliated with the N. E. A. of America. Its purpo.ses are to promote social activities among and hetween stu- dents and faculty memhers, and to further the pro- fessional growth and development of prospective teachers. First semester officers were Edwin M. Smith, presi- dent; Virginia R. Peterson, vice-president; Phyllis J. D " Orazzio, secretary; and Donald Lubach, treasurer. PHI EPSILDIV K PP l Phi I ' psilon Kappa is the only national professional fraternity for male students and teachers of physical education on campus. It was founded at ormal Col- lege of the American Gymnastic Union, Indianapolis, on April 12, 1913. The main purpose of the fraternity is to elevate the standard, ideals, and ethics of those teaching in llic lields of health, physical education, and recreation. This year the convention of the Midwest Association for Health, Physical Education, and Recreation was held on this campus. Another event was the Founder ' s Day celebration in April. Officers were Peter F. Kintis, president; Rollie Bestor, secretary; Raymond llendrickson, treasurer; and Richard Scherff, guide. Dr. Robert Francis and Dr. J. Grove Wolf acted as advisors. First ron: left to right: E. Laii ' ;- lienrich. K. Alfter. G. Bigley. L. Tuttle, Dr. R. Francis. Second row: Prof. R. Nohr. P. Kintis. B. Smith. R. Bestor. R. Hen.lrick- son. K. Met .ger. H. Kiienn. I). Trolla. Third roic: E. Kolerki. K. Sloedefalke. D. Firchow. Dr. J. G. Wolf, F. Lenjif.-ld. . Knieger. R. L nke. D. Hash. II. DeTnncq, A. Trolalli. D. (;plder. Fourth row: A. Cherne. 1). Scherff, t;. Hoehn, G. Gralinski. lirstrnn-J.-ftlnrinht: .)u,lv I ' ln;.. Barl.ara DufT. ( :.,ll ii.- IVcianl. Beverly l)r lulrll. Srcmd row: Jean Braun.Beverly llarl. I ' l.U- lis lirossiiiaii. Klleii Padoiis. Barb Elmore. alerie I ' reelaml. Joyce Roonla. 77ii . n.Mv ll a Keke. Betty Weilaiul. Barbara lathys. Pal Molm. (iraie Biriiie. Sue Beveri.l e. (;iee Sehalarger. Virginia llendrick- son, Joan Fagan. kalberine Monson. Sumilin : iil right: lr. Alfred Sessler. aclviser. SIGMA LAMBDA Sigma l.aiiilitla. prolcssioiial art sorority, was founded in 1926. with tlie purjiosc of stimulating interest in all fields of artwork. Partieularly in stressing the relation- shiji between art and all other areas of study at the university. Sigma Lambda feels that a wider and more eoniplete education is gained from correlating the artis- tic with the more practical sciences. To carry out these objectives, Sigma Lambda this year engaged in a field trip to the Chicago Art Institute, and held workshops on framing, silkscreening, and other skills. n important eyent was an art lecture by a na- tionalU known speaker. Coffee hours were held each semester to acquaint students, facidlv. and interested observers. The officers for the year were Katherinc Monson, president: Colette Trouard, vice-president; Virginia Ilendrickson. secretary; Pat Molm. treasurer; and Bar- bara Duff, rushing chairman. Mr. Alfred Sessler is the advisor. Aerial View of the Campus 54 Here ' s a view of the campus many students miss. COLLEGE DP ENGIIVEERIIVG B Merhaniral enpinoers sluilv the internal ronilmslinn engine. Tlu ' Clollci;c ol liiijiiticcrini;. Iicailcil l( l)r;in Morion O. Vv itliey, is slriviiig to I ' lillill the present deuunid rot- engineers in all lields — clieniieal. bioehcniical. (•i il. electrical, mechanical, inetalliirgical. atid mining. The Engineering College ' s curricula makes |)rovisioti for each of these iields. The policy ol the college stresses a ihoroiigh Iraitiing in riitidainentals snch as mathematics, physical sciences, and engitieering principles, and the ability to apply these fundamentals to problems encoimtered in en- gineering practice. After the stndent has gained a solid foundation of fundamentals, he receives specialized training in one of the major fields of professional engineering. Iti addilion to its ctirrictila. the Engineering College cotidiicts important research into industrial problems throtigh the Engineering Experiment Station, promot- ing the engineering and industrial interests of the state by the scientiftc study of these problems. The labora- tories of the College of Engineering provide a wide range of facilities for experimental studies, and many types of tests are conducted as a service to the state and its industries. •Iratliri " class situlfnt fre ' • D.Mri l,,il..ii . Witlic 56 Engineering iiislitulcs are held freiiuenlly fur iscoiijin imliislrialisls and workers. 57 PDLYGDN BDARD Since 1925. Foh ' on Dirt ' ciorate lias Ix ' cii the origin of College of Kngineering artivities. It is composed of two elected representatives from each of the professional engineering societies. It acts on behalf of the students in their relations with the engineering facnlt . Polygon sponsors Saint Pat ' s Ball as well as various social and cdiicalioiiai projects for the I ' lngineering College. Tlie officers were Reiniiart I ' oslwcilcr. president; llcn Scliniidlev, secretarv ; and Dchiiar 1 )( ' sens, treas- urer. The advisor is Professor Kenneth Sliicls. First ruu left to ri ht: Richard Polls. Mien SclimiiJIev. Keinliarl IVislweiler. Del Desens. Smmd nni: Jim Miilloiidorc. John French. Donald Dietmever. At Raluv Tliinl run: W a ne W hilled, l);ixe llanke. Slanlev Makowski. W ilhani Drier. Carl Thelin. 58 First row, left to right: T. kontos. G. Marr. D. Lang, D. Mynnino;, L. Hafeman. Second row: D. McCoy, W. Whitted, D. Hanke, E. Jackson. A. Isberner, J. Burke. 11. Elmer, R. Weigend. Third row: K. VI elton. N. Johnson, E. Laine, W. Zeeb, I. Senior, D. Mar- cussen. K. DOnofrio. K. Bastian. R. Pearson, G. Steiner. Fourth njic: (i. W eir. D. Herolil, R. Lorenzen, R. Killingstad, T. Koch, B. Stiie«e. J. Be.ii. K. W liile. E. Olson. 1. Engel. T. Kaups. R. Alherls. Fifth row: W . Tudor, C. Yderstad, W . Hunt, J. Williams, C. Ingwerson, K. Miller. H. Reese, R. Ketchum, J. Schackelford. M. (iarling. II. Hellen. D. Loos. AMERICAIV SOCIETY DF CIVIL EIVGIIVEERS The Ainericaii Society ol Civil Engineers is organizetl to gain a wider knowledge of current civil engineering. Meetings, conducted inthe Hydraulics Building, featured technical talks on various aspects of modern engineer- ing 1 prominent Madison] residents. ' J " he first semester I he society had lectures on prohlems of the consulting engineer, legal relations of engineers, and airport construction. The ASCK concentrated on three outstanding projects llie second semester: a St. Patrick ' s Day dance, for which the engineers cultivateil heards; the Engineering Expo- sition in April; and a graduation banquet at the close of the year. Officers for the first semester were Al Isberner, presi- dent: .lack Burke, vice-president: Elizabeth Jackson, secretary: Harvey Elmer, treasurer, and ayne Whitted and Dave Hanke, representatives to Polygon. Officers for the second semester were Harvey Elmer, president: Howard Anderson, v ice-president; Fred Cul- ver, secretary; Charles Fischu, treasurer; and Dave Mynning and Dave Hanke, Polygon representatives. Professor I ee . ( randall was adviser. 59 AMERICAIV IIVSTITUTE DF CHEMICAL EIVGIIVEERS The isconsin hraiicli of the Xinericaii Institute of Chemical Engineers was founded in 1925 as the fourth such eha])ler in the eountry. The |iriinar [nirpose of the organization is fostering the interests of students in ehemiral engineering, and tlie promotion of their welfare as prospeetive members of the profession. Membership in A. I. C. E. is open to all graduate and undergraduate ehemieal engineering stu- dents. This year A. I. C. E. met monthly to hear talks h) speakers from chemical processing industries and other relevant fields. They worked jointly with the national A. I. C. E. in an engineering problem solving contest held annually, and also participated in the National Convention held at the University of Detroit. In 1952 a Wisconsin member. Don Casser, won the trophy awarded for his essay entry. In April the chajiter com- bined efforts with Polygon on an engineering exhibit. A. I. C. E. was headed this year by Jack Buchanan, president; George Rasmussen, vice-presi lent and treas- urer; Clayton Bossart, secretary; and Allan Rabe and Russell Awe, Polygon representatives. Prof. W. K. eill is the advisor. First ruu left to right: V. S. Sandman. ( ' ,. W. Bar.l. II. W. Page, S. W. Humbert. H. F. Zimmerman. W. K. Nei.linger. J. S. Bu- chanan, H. M. Hinrirlis, ,1. R. Brown, C. J. Bossart, A. E. Kahe. R. W. Awe. Second row: R. C. Newman. W. A. VI ilierg, unidenti- tied, B. J. Marggraf, unidenlified, J. A. Dudck. F. Barllienliier, E. L. Springer, J. F. Hokenson, J. l. Krvin. K. L. Ralph. D. D. De ' Soung. R. H. Pusch, T. J. Koffolt. Tliinl row: H. k. Chi. W. I.. Krenier. C. L. Stoner, A. II. Siroud, R. S. Nelson. D. M. Herlz, J. C. Robinson. D. H. Rasmussen. R. H. (Jrieshach. R. II. Brink. P. Sehniill. E. W. Arneson. I ' mirtli roiv: I). . Delwiche, G. H. Rasmussen, D. Wier, J. R. Parrelle, C. F. Hopper. R. J. Schoofs. ,1. C. Ilealv, E. ). Riilz. E. W . Erskine. R. E. Piehl, G. ]. kopfhammer, S. W. Mckibbins, L. H. Froelich. 60 First row, left to right: P. Myers, J. Ilirselfcliler. R. Karow. W. Miller, E. Braun, J. Leer, 1. Johnson. K. I)oiil loila . L Kovwell, E. Kolh, C. Thelin. Second rota K. Marker. (;. Wempner, E. Maeder. R. Leisges, G. VanDewalle, K. Zelinske, X . Hooper, E. Sieverknopp, P. Winskell, W. Triekel. I. Ki. Iianlson. Third row: E. Puchonok, W. Wada, L. Sclnilz, O. Elirbardt, J. aldron, R. Hofemeister, C. Perchem, S. Carter, k. Kiilik. , lUfi-ie, J. Forsvtb. F. Callies, J. Davies, J. Friederichs, V. Walser, G. Clements. A. Thale, J. Karth, W. Schoof. I ' mirtU nm: I). STioevenbos, G. Peterson, R. Stanton. E. Privoznik, E. Jagodzinski, C. Vin, D. Hanison. S. Makowski, J. Rennat. E. Ilunipal. B. I-Vdor. K. Schmidt, R. Brahni. (i. Zavadil. W. Dries, O. Klieve. Fifth row: D. Allan, 1). Kuehlman, R. Carlson, R. Martin. P. I ' ailriilt, L. Schmidt. SAE-ASME Two professional societies affiliateil wiili tlie tiicchani- cal engineering department are the Society ol Atilonio- tive Engineers and the American Society of Mechanical Engineers. Many of the department ' s sttulents are members of both organizations. The SAE provides an opportnnity for stmlents to hear talks by practicing engineers, to visit industries in the state, and to increase their contact with the atito- inotive industry. Oflicers this year were Carl F. Thelin. chairman: Donald P. Haas, vice-chairman; James M. Karth, treasurer: Z gmunt J. Przedpelski. recording secretary; Paul Padrntt. corresponding secretary: and William C. Dries. Polygon representative. Phillip S. Myers is the faculty adviser. The ASME is set uj) to acquaint student engineers with the practical side of engineering and recent devel- opments in the Held. Officers this year were Walter Schoof, chairman; Gerald Wempner, vice-chairman; James Forsyth, re- cording secretary; Robert Stanton, corresponding sec- retary: William Miller, treasurer, and Stanley Makow- ski and illiam Boyes. Polygon board representatives. 61 ETA KAPP l IVU Eta Ka[)pa n. llic lioiiorai ■ clcclrical engineering fralernit , was lounded to assist its members throiigli- out their lives in becoming better men in their profes- sion. Its aim is to be a oonstruetive force in impnn ing the standard ol tin- profession and tlie conrses of in- structions in electrical engineering. The fraternity cooperates with the American Insti- tute of Electrical Engineers in bringing and publicizing lectures of common interest to the electrical engineering inidcrgraduah ' . The candidates arc chosen li a ' li e mcndii-rs hum ihc junior and senior classes on the basis j of scholastic achievement and persfmal character. The officers were Vi ayne Olson, president; Fred Hunt, vice-])residciit: William Miller, recording secretary; j Keith Buchanan, corresponding secretary: Clyde Rob- bins, treasurer: and Gorden Boetcher, " Bridge " secre- tary. First row, left to m K ( l il( Unliliiiis, Keilli Buchanan. Wayne Olson. Allon Zerhv, Harolil Pelerson. LiKlvig l arson, Frederick Hunt, William Mill i s- . ,„l n,i, I ' liilip Howard. Rieharil Potts, Elmer tJoelsoli. Francis Kalash. Charles Wiltkop, Donald Dietmeyer, John Soliail I) inn I t c.Kin. 62 First row. left to right: R. M. Karow, E. M. .Maeder. % . R. DoUase, B. Rakita. J. Johnson. Second row: A. T. Schmidley. D. D. Desens, E. Marth, R. J. Santo, E. A. Goetsch. J. Vt . W enner. L. E. Isaksson, C. F. Wittkop. Third roic: J. Verga, A. F. Galvan. R. Flex. R. E. Stebens, R. K. Frank. R. L. Kiililman. T. E. Martin, J. Galian, C. Holly. D. Sather. Fourth row: . P. Margo- poulos. R. Popp, L. A. Bahr, L. Strommen. R. J. Foils. M. NieUon. J. M. Patterson, J. Pugh, A. Laska, D. Rasque, T. Zander. KAPPA ETA KAPPA Kaj)[)a Eta Kappa, professional elertrical engineering fraternitv. believing that the attainment of e(hieation as well as technical training is the aim of all true engineers, fosters and promotes fraternal relationship among elec- trical engineering students. In addition it strives at all times for the maintenance of a complete and lasting understanding and fellowship between the faculty and the students. Its aim is to unceasingly cherish and de- velop character and ideals of service as the necessary attributes of the profession. The officers were Elmer Goetsh. president; ilUain Margopoidos. vice-president: Victor Muth, secretary; and Charles ittcop. treasurer. The faculty advisor is Professor R. R. Benedict. 63 TAU BETA PI Tail Bela Pi. naliotial li ii()tai engineering society, was foundeil in IHM. " ) at l,eliigli I ni ersil l) Edward H. X illiams, Jr. " to mark in a (itting manner those who have conferred honor on their Alma Mater by distin- guished scholarship and e em|)lar ciiaracter as under- graduates in engineering by their attainments as ahnnni in the lield of engineering, and to foster a spirit of liberal culture in the engineering colleges of America. " Tail Beta Pi. Alpha chapter, holds its monthly meet- ing in the Engineering IJiiilding. This societ is made up of 38 active rnembcrs who are ill the upper fifth of their class as seniors and upper eighth of their class as juniors. Officers were Zygmimt Przedpclski. presiilent: Mar- shall Finner, vice-president : Lenard Kutz, correspond- ing secretary; R. W. Leutwiler, Jr., treasurer: ami Thomas Berger, recording secretary. Professor Kurt Wen (It is the advisor. First niir. left In ri ilil: l ' ,il«;iiil Spriiijier, (Gordon Wicker, William Page. Keilli Buchanan, l.enard Riitz. James Walilron, Edward Diii-Hrl. S,r-.,„ ruir: Kjirl Sic ,rkro|i| , IVaiuis Balasli. Ch.le K..ldiins. Marsliall hinnrr. Harold Rrik.mski. lark Bokrns. Waller S.li,H,f. llu,,N Ur.nuil. I ' Loinas l!,-i -rr. Z -nnill I ri ed|M-l,ki. W a% nr Olson. 64 PPk Vti js- V fi ,t hid ' ■M ! -.; ' I k . i h l ' .-lr r| |0|,ni,yr,,,lP:r , First row, left to right: J. C. Bokros, H. M. Lampert. D. M. Heriz, D. C. Jeffreys, C. M. Auble, J. P. Weber. C. F. Thelin. E. E. Fleisi-hfresser. Second row: J. C Friederichs. W. J. Jacobs, E. M. Jagodzinski, G. V. Pokornv, Prof. G. A. Rohlich. Prof. H. A. Peterson, Dean M. O. Withey, K. R. Schmidt, R. Myers, D. J. Liska. Third row: J. W. Williams, C. M. Marschall, R. S. Nelson, G. E. Kempka, G. D. Linsey, R. D. Alberts, D. 1. Lang, G. J. Zavadil, D. C. Taminga, C. Kendziorski, Jr., A. H. Kautz. THETA TAU Reactivated since 1947, Theta Tau fraternity has be- come an organization promoting good fellowship be- tween all branches of engineering. bile scholarship is not stressed, the members of Theta Tau have been able to keep a very high scholastic standing. Outstanding among Theta Tau ' s social events was the Founders Day Banquet which was held on October 15 at the Hoffman House. The 26 members of Theta Tau meet every two weeks at the Hvdraulic Laboratorv with the following officers presiding: Edwaril Jogodzinski, president; David Tu- minga, vice-president; James Frederick, secretary: and Ken Schmidt, treasurer. First row, left to riglit: W ayiu- Olson, John Scliarf. K»-illi Biirlianiiii. Tom B» ' nt ' (!irl. Donald Di.-lni.-M-r. S,;-.,n,l row: K,l«ar(l Maod.-r. Mian S ' hnli ll ' . VnlliiMn ( ' .lax an. I ' ran.is Halasli. Dani.l C,..!- vin. Cliail.-s illk..|i. Thinl row: Janus Ihl.rl. llaroM Galtio. William I )ollas,-. Kl- mcr (;o.-ls.li. l,.-nnar.l Bahr. Dclniar Desens. Foiirtli niii: MauriiT Niolsen. IjcKox Isakssou. Kifliar.l I ' ot If. Ken- do Klc . Koberl Karow. Slanlcv Kaat, James Patter- AIEE-IRi; For the first tiiiu- litis year, the stiideiit chapters of AlEE and IHI-J, professional engineering fraternities, formed a joint chapter, and feeHng that by combining tlie two groups of hke interests, they conhl better ftn- ther their purpose of bringing new interest and meaning to the field of engineering. These men believe that en- gineering shoidd mean not only a technical job and skill, but a real profession, serving the world as truly as law or medicine. An interesting innovation this year was the Studcni Engineering Exhibition, held on April 10, II, and 12, representing the pet projects of its entrants, and attended by engineering students ami potential stu- dents from man state high schools. The officers of the joint AIEE-IKE were Francis Balosh, president; Anthony Glovan, vice-president; Daniel Colvin, general secretary-treasurer; Allan Schinidly, IRE corresponding secretary; Charles ilt- kop, AIEE corresponding secretary. Advisors are Prof. . C. Rideout and Prof. Glenn Koehler. CHI EPSILDIV Chi Epsilon is a national honorary engineering fra- ternity. Its purpose is to recognize and develop those traits which promote undergradtiate scholastic en- deavor and produce successful professional engineers. Its major activity is the selection and initiation of candidates. Excellence in scholarship, good moral char- acter, and professional promise are criteria for member- ship. The student chapter retains close contact with ahunni through a chapter newsletter and initialioit hanqtiets. The officers were Vernon Schiillz. president: illiam Franswick, vice-presi lent; Don Scheaufout, secretary- treasurer; Taavi Katips, corresp(»nding secretary: and Fred Plautz, local editor of national magazine. The advisor is Professor W. S. Cottingham. First row, left to right: Fred- erick Plaiitz, Taavi Kanps. Vernon Schultz, Vi illiani Franswick, Donald Schelf- hont. Second row: Donald Ryan, William Callin. Rich- ard Bastian, James Grant, (iordon Steiner, Don McCoy. } J u First roiv. Ivjt U rij hl: l.arr Olson, William Clianrollor. Joseph Wachula, llarol.l Wil- liamson, Ken Bacliman, Har- old Baar. Soiimd ruw: Dcw- ayne llillman. Norm Axnick, Iarsli Burrows, Harold Bri- kowski, Dave Hagen, Dave Snoeyenbos, Joe Johanning. Third roiv: Boh ( oon, Ron Larson, Jim Doering, John Balis, Marsh Finner. Dick Kelenhoffer, Fred Heim, Dick Zimmerman. AMERICAN SOCIETY DF AGRICULTURAL ElVGINEERS The Anieriran Society of Agriciillural iMif ineers which was founded in 1907 has completed another full year on campus. Their purpose is to acquaint peoj)le who have common interests and to secure movies and speakers to further these interests. ' I ' he Club ' s activities for this year included a smoker held in the fall, field trips, and a hanquet held this spring. The officers were Harold Brikowski, president; Har- old Baar, vice-president; David Hagen, secretary- treasurer; Marshall Burrows, reporter; and Darrell Hartung, Ag Student Council representative. Professor H. D. Bruhn is the advisor. PI TAU SIGMA Pi Tau Sigma, the national honorary mechanical en- gineering fraternity, pursues its objectives of fostering the high ideals of the engineering profession, developing the attributes necessary for leadership, and establishing a closer bond of fellowship between its student mem- bers and alumni. Initiates, chosen from the junior and senior classes, are selected on the basis of sound engineering abililv. scholarship, and personality. As further incentive to ii members, the F. M. Young award is presented to a de- serving member and is then displayed in the lobby of the Mechanical Engineering Building. The officers were David Tess, president; Alvin Borsuk and Paul Winskell, vice-presidents; Zygmunt Przedpelski, recording secretary; Alan Hegge, cor- responding secretary; and George Clements, treasurer. The advisor is Professor R. W. Fleming. First row. left to right: Zygmimt Przed- pelski, Gerald Vi empner. Prof. Flem- ing, James Forsyth, Thomas Berger. Second ruw: David Tess, Alvin Borsnk, Edward Duewel, James Waldron, Robert Leisses. Carl Thelin. Third row: Paul inskell. (reorge Clements, Carl Schoetler, Harold Brikowski, Stanley Makowski, Harry Rennat, Marvin Malik. Fourth rotv: David Slignani. Alan He " ge, Walter Schoof, Marshall Finner, Earl Sieverkropp. 67 One of the iiniversilvs exlension cenlers. Class al an extension crnlc 68 EXTEIVSIDIV DIVISIDIV Till ' liroad i(liil s )|(li ol (lie l ' tensioii l)i isi n at isconsin is to make tlie university an integral and il naniic part of the life and progress of the stale in every way possihie. To ai-liieve this goal the Extension Division works in close cooperation with most univer- sity colleges, schools and departments so that Exten- sion programs will he rooted in the basic teaching and research of the campus. It also works with a wide range of puhlic and private agencies so that programs will su|ipl the genuine needs and desires of Wisconsin citizens in the most practical way. The Extension Division operates centers in (en Wis- consin comnuuiities to [)rovide young men and women with an opportunity to begin college work in or near their home towns, and to give adults a chance to gain new knowledge for professional or cultural j)nrposes. To reach smaller groups of students in other parts of the state. Extension offers special classes conducted by uni- versity teachers wherever there is sufficient demand. Another important aspect of Extension ' s educational services is the broad program of correspondence study which it conducts for the benefit of high-school pupils, adults, and service men who desire knowledge in fields in which material is otherwise unavailable as well as for those who are working for college credit. These students are offered a choice of over 450 courses of study in all areas and have the guidance of over 300 teachers. Tape rec )rilers lak( ' llic |»ri)( ' t ' ss tr lo ihe sludeiil. Correspondence conrses go all i er llie moiM. L. H. Adolfson, extension lire(t lo i(s lake llie world into the grade siliool elassrm Merchandiiiing inslilute is one of many sponsored liy tlie extension livision. 69 WHA — The voice ol llie slate universitv. Extension offers many educational services to grade and high school students as well as college students and adults. Visual education movies which are made and circulated throughout the state, speakers which it sup- plies for special events upon the request of local schools, and sponsorship of radio programs over WHA are some of the ways in which it achieves this goal. Throughout the year, Extension conducts a School for Workers and Management Institutes to promote better management and to provide educational oppor- tunities for employees in fields of interest and impor- tance to them. Educational needs of Wisconsin com- munities are met through exchange of information at Extension-conducted meetings. Taking the " balloon test " at a criminologv institute. wK m .mmt-l 1 Hi — - riie Extension Division sends lecturers to state schools. 70 ,ettens ' ciencc u » Many and varied are the subjects of the College of Letters and Science. Basconi Hall at iiijrlit. Directing the operation of the Colle ' e of Letter and Science are. Ivft tn ri lit. Dean Mark H. Ingraham: H.manl G. Baelzhold. S. M. Riegel. Inex.i H Iever, F. Chandler Voiuif;. C. II. Riiedisili. Kohcrl B. Dorcniu . and k Ic.i . rnold. 72 It " s a haril olimli al 7: l. " a. L MB S To ]»i ) i(lt ' lilt ' stuilent witli basic and I ' xtensive edu- cational experiences in the humanities, social studies, lani uages. and sciences: to provide the foundation for work in certain professional and teciinical lields and for ailniission to [)rofessional schools — these are the basic aims of the midergraduate programs of stiuU in the College of Letters and Science. I he general educational background acipiired in am of the (our ear courses should, il ])ro])crlv applied, enable the student to be- come a well-informed, responsible citizen able to con- tribute to the direction of coinnuinit . luilioual. and iri- Icrnational affairs. Dean Mark H. Ingraham directs the College of Let- ters and Science assisted by Associate Dean (Jicslcr II. Kuedisili. Associate Dean Robert B. Dorenius. and Assistant Deans Ineva R. Meyer, Sieghart M. Riegel, and K. Chandler Young. Through its programs of study, the College of Letters and Science, the oldest and largest colle ge of the LTni- versilN oi W isconsin. carries out its aims of gi ing the stud Mil a liberal and trcneral educaliorial back " round. Willi cviTV loiirse llicre s an The ijiioiiset known ti all L ct S student: PRDFESSIDIVAL PAIV-HEL rill ' Frofessioiial I ' aii-llcllcnic ( loiimil. consisting oC l«i( representatives IVom eaili of l Nel e professional sororities, acts as a coordinating board for these organ- izations. These sororities are Phi Chi Theta, Sigma Laiiilida, Phi Beta. Gamma lpha Chi, Alpha Delta Tlirla. Coranto, Sigma Alpha Iota, Phi Upsilon Omi- ( roil. Kappa Epsilon, Zeta Phi Eta, Theta Sigma Phi, and Sigma Kappa Phi. l a hinclieoii inecliiij; i-ach monlh the Council dis- ciiss ' s prolilems of rushing, pledging, and inilialion. and Irum lliesi- discussions regulating policies are iormed. This year one of the major activities of the Professional Pan-llel Council was helping with the Careers Confer- ence. ( Xlicers were Mvra Handlovsky, president; Collette Trouard. secretary: and Geraldine Wisniewski, treas- iner. Our advisor is Helen Kayser. First ruit: left to right: Kay Carney, Geraldine Wisniewski, Myra Handlovsky, Collette Trouard, Joan Fagan. Second roiv: Marion Voiglit, Beatrice tins, Patricia Roberts. Joyce Hulbert, Lois Burgy, JoAnne Wienki, Donna Drill, Mary Waters, Nancy Dickin- son. Third roir: Nancy Oakes. Barbara Oclilberg, Sally Ann Anderson, Bea Lawrence. Jean Ritter, Catherine Vakos. 74 First row, left to right: Barbara Smith, Barbara Werndli, Mary Cutnaw. Second row: Kathy Einum. Marial Puhl. Nancy Oakes, Janice Beyer. Third row: Pat Rvan. Lois Limperl. Betty Swidjer, Sharyn Chessen, Kathy Church, Joy Bell, Barbara Riebe, Sally IVlerson. Sharon Stockberger, Ethel F " arris, Eve Peal. PHI BETA This year Phi Beta, profespioiial sjteech ami iiuisic sorority, will celebrate the 25th aniii ersary of its fo unding at a banqtiet honoring charter members of the Yi isconsin chapter. The purposes of this sorority are to ])romotc the best in speech and music, and to help girls professionally by giving them contacts in these fields after graduation. Phi Hcla Members in the spotlight lhi car were Joy Hell, who had a leail in " Old Acquaintance " ; Mar Lita Jensen, Sharvn Chessen, and Nancy Oakes who had parts in major prodtictions: and Barbara Smith and JNancy Fowlk.es, who took part in aluimii pla) readings. Juhe Severson was the recipient of the Phi Beta scholarship award. Officers were Eve Joan Peal, president: Marial Puhl, vice-president: Sharyn Chessen. secretary: Nancy Oakes, treasurer: an l Kathleen Church, historian. The advisor is Mrs. Henr Kwbank. 75 CDRAIVTD Coranlu oilers xoiiiif; « mcii an | |i(irtiiiiil lo lic- roini ' a ' li ' in llir lii ' lil il ioiiriiaiisiii ln ' liirf radiialion. I ' rolessiniial journalists arc Icatmed sjn-akers at their meetings, and ahnnni tell of their work at the Founders l)a IJainjuet whiih is held e er spring. Odicers were Geraldine Wisniewski, president; Bar- hara l?o ini, i -e-|)resident: Jane Zieinan. recording secretary; Margaret (jreiner, corresponding secretary; and Betty Fink, treasurer. First roir. Ii-fl In right: J. Mills. C. Alme. J. Uickersoii, K. lloniig. M. Andes. Second row: N. Huuhel, 1. (Jrelner. J. Zieman, G. W is.ii -«ski. B. Cheskv, M. Marshall. Third row: D. Palletl, J. Urager. G. Gross, J. Bunke. J. Caffertv. M. llubhard. Fourth row: E. Biirlnii. C. Beichhardt, P. Day, M. Muller, N. Meicher. 76 First row, left to right: D. Ploog, P. Suiter, S. Kiiinev, L. Wood. Second row: J. Hiilburt. 11. Chase, L. Feigenbaum, M. J. Kiichen- meisler. Third row: J. Kujawa, C. Jones, A. Engelhard, G. Voss, R. Ford, H. Hosier, L. Burgy, B. Mitchell. Fourth row: C. Mahan, N. Beckman, R. Hess, K. Zimnier, E. Toepel, M. Rhode, M. L. Shomish. SIGMA ALPHA IDTA Iiidiieiicing ami iii)hi)l(liiig the higlicsl ideals of iiiiisie eiiitcatioti, gi iiiji inspiration and material aid to its meinhers. and promoting a stronger bond of nmsieal in- terest between foreign countries and Ameriea are among the objectives of the Rho chapter of Sigma Mpha luta. national professional music fraternity for women. SAI activities include weeklv business meetings with informal musicales, an aiuiual concert, service projects in Music School, and co-sponsoring a Music School mixer and the all-campus Tournament of Song. Officers were Harriet Chase, president: Lorraine Fei- genbaum. vice-president: and .)oyce Hiilburt. secretary. Miss Irene Kastman is the advisor. SIGMA DELTA CHI X iscoiisin has one of llif laff;csl of tlio .)3 chapters of Sigma Delta (llii in tlie nation. Tliis professional jour- nalism fraternitN endeavors lo raise the standards of competence and lo recognize outstanding journalism achievement. Sigma Delta Chi sponsors luncheons higldighting lainous journalism ligmcs. and each s|iring liolds llie (iriiUron Banquet lampooning politicians and other national personalities. ( Hficers were Tom O ' Neal, president; George Schmidt, secretary; and Karl Ohm. treasurer. Prof. Frank Thayer is the advisor. First row, left to right: S. Hollenbeck. J. Harned. M. Bookslaff. D. Hopp, L. Brown, R. Knox. Sivmitl rim-. Professor Hawkes. Professor Taylor, Professor Thayer. T. ONeal. (J. Schmidl. F. Sappinglon, B. Wuttken. Dr. Nafziger. Third rote: M. Ilahlinger, R. Triechel. K. Foss, P. Emerson, Professor Cutlip, B. Mathes, E. Wobeck, J. Neslingen, B. Evazich, ( ' .. l " ink. J. Valleau, Pro- fessor Hovey, D. Anderson. 78 tirst nm: h-fl to right: Bea Lawrence, Marllvii Reinhardt, Ca lhy Vakos, Ming-wei Woo. Marlene Arbetter, Marfjaiel Criciier. Second niiv: lin -lisien Wu, Mrs. R. Tavlor. jnaii llolman. Jackie Balhey, Nancy Play man, Carol Heiss. Third row: Jackie l.arkin. Gerry isniewski. Jean Zieman, Joyce Nordslnmi. Marietla Marshall, Marion Voigl, Sally Sibbald, Dorothy Beclen, Mililreil Swanson. THETA SIGMA PHI IJt ' ia -lia|itcr of Tlieta Sigma Phi. nalionai lioiiorary and professional sorority for women in journalism, sponsors the Matrix Table earli spring wliieh features an outstanding woman in the field of journalism. The dinner honors prominent Iailison women and students. The Theta Sig " s also present a seholarship at Senior Swingout, co-sponsor the Journalism School mixer and picnic, and man iridi idual members are active on campus publications. Officers of the chapter were Joan Holman. president; Nancy Plavman, vice-president: Sarah Leonard, secre- tary: and Carol Heiss. treasurer. Mrs. Robert Taylor is the advisor. I-ir-l nm. Irfl l„ rifilil: ' . „ ,-r. {. IViliikmlliul. II. Clil. K. Sonis.-ii. (;. (;i,lclMiii(li. .1. UniiNn. Sr :,ii,l niiv: C. Sxoli.Hla. .1. IlillMT. I,. Kill .. ,1. lishcr, I ' j. Crosliy, AI. Kxaiis, V . Johnson, A. (rordus. Third roiv: K. Berger, O. Stern, J. Buchanan, A. Nelson, J. Frilz, O. Rasmnssen. D. Delwiohe, W. lohiar, N. Cvwinski, S. Darling. Faurth riitv: P. Reis, J. lelrvine, F. CJroNcs. B. Marggraf. .1. l.aml.prl, . Kahe. W. Mcleisli. J. Ramsax. II. Mason. ALPHA CHI SIGMA . l[)lia (]lii Sifiiua. national jtroiessional (ratetnit lor chemists and chemiral engineers, seeks to jiromote greater interest in chemistry in the high schools hy sponsoring the American Chemical Society awards for cheniistr . Other professional activities include a series of meetings at which (uitstanding speakers in a variety of lielils are presented. The social and professional activities of this fraternit), founded at Wisconsin in 1902, are carried on in their chaitter house. After graduation a members connection with the fraternity is not broken, for he nia enter one of the chapters of the professional branch located in in- dustrial centers throughout the countr . Officers were Edwin J. Crosby, president: Monroe V. Evans, vice-president; .John V. Fisher, secretary: and William C. Johnson, treasurer. The advisor is Prof. C. C. Watson. PHI MU ALPHA Phi Mu Alpha, professional music fraternity, is open to all men who have a sincere interest in furthering the iniiversity ' s musical activities iseonsin " s Phi chapter sponsors a concert annually featuring the music of American composers, and in order to present a balanceil program they borrow the talents of some music school students. They also co- sponsor the Tournament of Song held in the Union Theater, and the Music School mixer. Officers were William Gast, president: .1. Ludger Parr, vice-president and national councilman; Ronahl Scott, secretary: Roger Mason, alumni secretary; Wil- liam Graebel, treasurer; Darrell Aderman, program chairman; John McCully, historian; and Robert Schwartz, warden. First r ni left tii right: W illiam (iraebel. Ronald Scolt. William Gasl, J. Ijudger Parr, Mr. Ray F. Dvorak. Second roiv: Norbert Nevid. Bill Davison, Darrell Aderman. Kii-.s.-ll (iilligaii. IVter .laffe. Roger Mason. lissin i: Rolierl Schwartz. Richard Schwarlzlieck. John McCnllv, John Amacher, Lin Koch. 80 )l, V r ?! I ' irsl niir. lift l i rigitt: 1. J. McNcr. K. Laiilerwasser. B. l.ver. I). I ' uker. (i. Kcvm.l.ls. M. Lan.lis. 1). MiI,t. Seroiul rnic: 1). Briggs. K. SlianVr. 1. Brvte, S. Baker, V. Van Bree. 1). Mar- shall. M. Kilian, B. Carpenler. B. Branlierg, C. Neuhauser. M. Kolili. Third nm-: C. Kennedy. J. tieberl, A. Alter. J. .lackels, G. Heath. B. Rivears. J. Seolt. J. Werner. D. Bolan. PHYSICAL THERAPY CLUB riu ' iiieinbiTs o( the Physical riifra[ (jitilt Itecoiiie ai ' ijiiainled with physical nietliciiie and its related lields from guest lecturers at their meetings, activities such as demonstrations and open houses in the physical therapy department, and a Christmas party for the chililren at the Orthopedic Hospital. Officers were Dolores Bolan. president: Uick Oehler, vice-president; Suzanne Baker, secretary: and John Scott, treasurer. Miss Margaret Kohh is the advisor. ZETA PHI ETA Omicron chapter of Zeta Phi Eta, national profes- sional speech arts fraternity for women, aims to pro- mote an interest in professional speech activities. Proj- ects this year which developed these interests included radio programs at veterans hospitals, puppet shows given for children ' s groups, and play -readings. Officers were Marion Hartenberg, president: Shirley Sokol, vice-president; Diane Kirchner, secretary; and Carolyn Wilde, treasurer. Mrs. Lorna Lengfeld is the advisor. First row, left to ri ht: Kay Carney. Diane Derus, Joan Keiser. Second row: Diane Kirchner, Marion Hartenberg. Shirley Sokol. Peggy O ' Neill. Third row: Mrs. Lengfeld. Mary Hempe. Carolyne ilde. Beatrice Lins. Fourth row: Pa- tricia I ' liim. Vrless West, Polly Grahn. Charlcnc lcier, Arlene Sabin. Missing: I ' aiinic Bennett, Dorcus McCnlloch. (;. (;. (iraliinsky. Sari Schneider. Mrs. Kngel, Mrs. Reynolds. 81 I ' irst roic, left to right: Barltara Brciik, Barbara Be?l. ( onstance Wolf, Bar- bara Weriiilli. Barbara Buss. .S (wi n,M. IV;; Kyle. Miss Brillin. NaTuy Dickinson, Marv Jones, llebMi Sucltiii- gcr, Mary McNutl. Third row: Ernesl Nilo, Lois Nelson, Gladys Regen, Jane Rover, Sandra Siegel, Paula Cornish. Ma ' rjorie Rupp, Mary Burnliani. Har- riet Kirchoff. SIGMA KAPPA PHI Sigma Kappa Fiii, a speech correction organization, was founded on this campus just three years ago. This group, which holds its meetings in the Union under the suJ)er ision ol Dr. John Irvin and Dr. Donald Britton. is working to broaden the educational standing of the members by having outside speakers inform them on various aspects of speech correction work. Part of the work of Sigma Kappa Phi is to raise money for the S[ cech Clinic. Other service projects include painting the children ' s rooms in the Speech Clinic and making stuffed toys for the children. The big event of the year is the annual spring banquet. Officers of Sigma Kappa Phi were Nancy Dickinson, president; Margaret Kyle, vice-president; Barbara Brink, secretary; Ernest Nilo. treasurer: and Margaret Pew, historian. TIMLIIV LAW SOCIETY The purpose of the Tindin Law Society, as set forth in its constitution, is to adapt the student in his new environment as a law student and as a lawyer; to aid him in his understanding of the law; and to develop in the student a higher sense of social responsibility. Activities include luncheon meetings which feature speakers on law. and an initiation dinner each semester. Ofticers for the first semester were Curtis Carlson, chairman; Allan N heeler, vice-chairman; Milton J or- man, secretary; and Don Miller, treasurer. Second semester officers were Don Miller, chairman; Milton Lorman. vice-chairman; Herbert Nelson, secretary; and Joseph Silverberg. treasurer. Professor Vt illard llurst is the advisor. First roir. left to right: Curtis Carlson, Donald Miller, Bonita Stein, Eve Rab- inowitz, Bernard Goldstein. Second row: Joseph Silverberg, Monroe Orman, Her- vert Nelson. Alvin Richmond. John Edwards. Third roic: Alan Olshan, Royal Taxman, Irvin Kane, Milton Lorman. Alan Wheeler. 82 w f mf V Dr. Ilarolil 1 ' . Rusch, one of llie uiiiversilv ' s lancer researchists. MED SCHDDL One of the most outstanding developments of the University of Vt iseonsin JVIedieal School lias been the advancement made in cancer research at the McArdie Memorial Institute. Directed by Dr. Harold P. Rusch. the cancer research program has gained widespread attention and interest. The results of the studies, ex- periments, and total research will be of extensive im- portance to everyone. The medical training program is directed to give the finest professional preparation for the student who will then lead to better service to not onlv Wisconsin but the medical world. I ndcr the direction of Dean William S. Miildlclon. till- emphasis of both classroom and labora- Dean William S. Miildlelon ? ip " p i A •s UNIV. OF WISCONSIN SCHOOL OF NURSING GLASS ©F I9S3 If - _ » e-- ni " (9 ( A 5 -5? lemliers of ihc NaS gradiialiiig class of the School of Nursing are, top niir. Icjl to riglit. Patricia Mckcntia. Marilyn Nieman, Virginia England. Donna June Nelson, Jenese Farrel. Kllcn Diiwe. Louise Littniann, Mary Engler, and Marv t ' .iclicmski. Siamd rou Dorothy Dawson. Loraine Craig. Bonnie Allen, (Georgia Kolf. Mary Lange, and Kalinka Conger. Third rou BevcrK Slcinliurf, Mary Anderson, Norma Vt aelli, Jacqueline Hinke, Maxine Hoeliink. Marilyn Hall, Lois Angle, Sally Berner, Laura Taff, ami laniii- Kuehnemann. Fourth roif. Marylyn Forsyth, May Hornliaek. Marcella llarlwell. Belh (Joetsch, (iene Cranston, Helen Macgregor, Lois Siicliy. Santhy Skarakis, Dorothy Barry, and Jean allenfeldt. SCHDDL DF IVURSIIVG torv teaching stresses the scientifir and clinical basis of riifdical practice. Coni[)lelii)ii of the new Interns ' Residence Hall this year niarketl another step in enlarging the medical campus. The use of new additional space of the Wiscon- sin General Hospital will |)rovide more specialized tech- nical departments and treatment facilities, contribute to scientific research, and train more doctors for Wis- consin and the nation. Allied with the Medical School and its developments is the School of Nursing, dircclcd h Margery Mac- Lachlan as Dean. In ad lilion lo ihcir general training, student nurses «ork and stud in many specilic pro- fessional fields and recei e [irac ' tical training in the uni- versity hospitals. Time out at the Nurses ' Dorm. 85 D.MM Vi ' lliur II. I 111 PHARMACY SCHOOL The University of AX iscoiisiii Srliool of Pharmacy, estabhshed in 1883, is steadily advancing and expanding its modern laboratory equijtment to aid in greater re- search and (Hsco%er . ' I ' lie School of I ' harniacy was among the first departments to emphasize the student research ])rograms. Dr. Artliur H. Uhl has lieen the director of the school since IQ S. The school was the second of its kind to be connecte l with a state universitv. and Vi isconsin was the lirsl school in the I nited States to establish a fidl professorship in the history of pharmacy. I ' liarmacv sludenls in lah. I ' hariiiacy interns work at the " pharm. " 86 First nm; left to right: Carolvn Ziehm. vonne Evans. Cynthia Wu, Joan Jones. Jnle Kennedy. Second row: Phyllis Dettman. Elsheth Becker. Patricia Nelson. Thora Vervoran. Kathleen Ruchhoeft. Third row: Lola Hopkins, Sally Anderson, Myra Hand- lovskv. Helen Scharringhausen. Dorolhv Zevnik. Kniilv Roi-hnik. Lois Strassbnrger. KAPPA EPSILDN Wisconsin ' s pharmacy sorority. Kappa Epsilon, is a national gronp, founded on this campus in 1925. The group aims to stimulate high scholarship and profes- sional consciousness, while establishing lasting loyalty and friendship among members. The isconsin chapter of Kappa Epsilon was hon- ored in 19.52 h receiving the sorority ' s national travel- ing trophy for scholarship. Officers were Elsbeth Ann Becker, president; Pat Xelson. vice-president: Phyllis Dettmann, correspond- ing secretar : Thora Vervoran, recording secretary; Joan Jones, treasurer; and Nancy Lundgren, historian. KAPPA PSI ()ri rinall IuuikIimI licrr in I " t22. llir l?cla I ' si ha|(l.-r of Kappa I ' si phariiiacculical Iralcrnity was formed to further tbe aims of the pliarmaeeiitieal profession and lo unite men in tlie l ' harmae Scliool. Kaeh year the fraternity sjionsors a Homeeoming party for ahimni and an annual spring formal. Everv semester a seholarsliip is offered lo a ileserving phar- mai stndenl. ( )flieers were Fred Hecker. regent; Ben Petersen. ice-regent; James M. Ebert. serretary; Merv Hansing. treasurer: (larl Natter, soeial ehairman: Ranald (iui- dan. historian: Kdward Jiippie. ehaplain: an l Norm I., (harden, resident counselor. Dr. D. K. U urster serves as fac dt ad isor. First roH left to right: T. Dorn, H. Williamson, L. Luedke, B. Berrv. A. Thorsbakken. G. Schneider. Second row: Dr. .1. Swinloskv, C. Nailer. J. El)erl. F. Hecker. E. Hippie. 1. Hanging, B. I ' eiersen. Third row: B. Clark, B. Chelovich, J. Wliile. . MrC.url. E. Bach. K. Rn.leen, D. Dziczkowski. K. (iiildan. B. Rust. J. Rice. K. Eiider. F. Iverson. Dr. L. Parks. Fourth rot,-: ). W endorff, C. Versleegen, B. Colter, R. GoUschalk. E. knoechel, E. Sallander. W. Lange, B. Shaffer. L. Block. R. Jahn. D. Whalley. Fifth roiv: J. Pawaroo, B. Frank. .7. Jaeobson. J. Scherer, B. Schnartz, P. Tousignant, J. Sleiber. 1. Phillips, A. Pomush. J. Haas. (;. Jacohson. 88 hirst roiv. lefl to right: Stuarl Smilh, Myra Handlovsky, Etlvvin Knoechel, Dr. Lloyd Parks, Carl Nailer. Second row: Ray Slullz. liiilanil Borcliarill. James Norenl erg. .loan Kerslen, Palriria Nelson. Elgbelli Becker. Thora Vervoren, James Eberl, Dr. J. Swin- lnsL . Thin! roir: Sliiarl W elil). Jairaiii I ' awaroo. Edward Kippe. Philip Wiles. RHO CHI riic luiKlanu ' iital (•l)jt ' cti c of Klio ( lii. lioriorary l iiarinaceutit ' al society, is to promote the advanceineiil ol llie pharniaceutical services throiijrli the encoiirage- ineiit and recognition of inlcliei ' tiial sriiolarshi]). In keeping- with this purpose, higli standards of scholarshiji are necessarv for election to inenihersliip witli the view llial clii)larl allaininent indicates the ca] acil of tlic indi iihial for oiitstaiKhng achi -venieiit in pharinac . There is also an annual Rho Chi award to the freshman pharmacy student with the highest scholastic average. Kho Chi sponsors the annual Kremer ' s Memorial I ec- ture. given by an outstanding speaker in the field of science. Officers this year were Edwin L. Knoechel. president: Carl Natter, vice-president: Mvra R. Handlovsk . secretar : and Stuart li. Smilh. treasurer. Dr. Llovd I. Parks was Rho Chi ' s advisor. 89 WISCDIVSm PHARMACEUTICAL SOCIETY ii r-u|ili( m(iri ' . iiiiiii)r. or senior in the Siliool ol riiartiiac is eligible to lieeoine a inernlier of tlie Wis- consin Pharmaceutieal Soi " iet . Tliis organization has as its ol)jeeli e: " J ' o promote an active interest in the a l ancctncnt of |)harnia ami pliat inaceutical learning, and to create better under- standing and fellowship hetween those persons inter- ested in pharmacy. " I )nrin llic ear the SocielN sponsors two special cNctits. a (Ihrislmas |iarl for llic entire l harmac School, and a Senior Han |Mcl honoring graduating seniors. ( )IIicers were rl McConrt. president: lllmer Bach, ice-|)residcnt: Ha jahn, treasurer: and Jule Kennedy. secrelar . The advisor is Dr. Joseph Swintoskv ol the l ' harmai- School facnlt . First roiv, left In right: D. Wemlorff, F. Hecker, M. Orth, R. Berry, L. Luedke. Second row: K. Ruchhoeft, L. Benson, J. Oeloye, J. Swintosky. A. MrC.ourl. R. Jalui. I,. Hopkins. Third run-: G. .lacohson. D. Zevnick. J. Jones. Y. Evans. T. Dorn. l. llandlovsky, P. Nelson. B. Binkrr. I). I-iilis. F mrth row: O. Dziczkowski. S. Sinilli. U. Hiid.rn. H. Slc%ens. J. ScIkt.t. .1. I ,a.ii|il.rre. B. Stein, ,1. Schneider, liflh n,ii: K. Kri.MTliel. I ' , loiisi-noiil. ,). Sliclicr. .1. N,,rrid.,r;r. I,. MI.Kk. 90 I ' ir ' it rou: left to right: B. Bent. N. Ripp, K. Frev. ,1. Siliroeiler. J. Gregory, I. Liindherf;. U. Ihelaner. Second row: M. Schumperl, C. Braatz. V. (iehrig. Miss Alice Thomgate. ] ' . W ieiike. Tliinl roie: J. Vi ever. D. Martens. 1. Ahramson. S. Pitts. B. Faick, M. Feller. I ' oiirlh row: M. Singer. B. Rvnders. E. Cornf ' ieUI. U. Urill. M. Lanz, N. Schmidt. U. Marshak. R. Dunham. ALPHA DELTA THETA Fomiilcd (in the Vi isconsin oaniptis in l ' )Ki, Alpha Delia Tlieta is a professional sororit) for nicdical Iccli- iioldfrists. The sur((ri( ' s hig event of the year is Fotiniler ' s l)a . liflil aiiinialK on Fel)riiar 1. In addition, each y« " ar the girls gi e the ehildren in the Orthopedic Hospital an Easter party. This year ' s officers were Beverly Gehrig, president; Jo Anne Wienke. vice-president; Barbara Falck. re- cording secretarv: Mary Feller, treasurer; and Shirley Pitts, historian. Alice Thorngate, a member of the med- ical technology faculty, serves as advisor. 91 .hfllnrifihl: . I ' ' iihll,ri|. ' f. ' r. ( ;. II. H. W.illV ' rain. 1). Ihinincl. . II. (iiiss. W. (.aril. l. Sl.■ll .(• . W. OiiiTM.n. .S,r.m, r., ( ; |{. iiolilrr. S. Niilaiiil. W. Miin-un. I. l,ilU..l. I)a ls.(;. Mii.W. i:. i;a l«.„Ml. I). Wiriitr. !(. Skii|.iiii«iiz. |{. Hnn- ri.k. I). i,a«r..|i.r. .1. .Sirlirrl. 1. 1 1 ink.-, rilinl roll: I ' . Klilin-. W . Soliii. Herman, I. Sl.-ll.-n. K. Sl.rkrr. K. Sihwarlz, J. K.illi. I). Rail.%. K. I ' ezanoski. ( ' .. (iraf. I ' . HiMlir.r. M. Kusy, H. ' ainahiro, K. W.-i.m. .1. LeNiieux, (i. Ilolnit ' s. I ' lmnh nni: . . vres, I). Mann. 1.. Il.rinan. I). H ' ammes, K. Bir c. T. Mill.r. I!. Matacvnski, Vt . Kii-bcr, M. ()f iiiii. I,. Colts. ' F. Urban. K. Srimiidl. I.. li. Kenzic, D. Schul ,. (;. riiill. 1 ' . Kaillil. (). Grassl, J. Ciilli.l. PHI CHI riic Tail Beta chapter of Phi Chi medical fraternity «as csiahlished on the Wisconsin campus in 1921 as a Itruthcrhood of physicians and students of medicine. The fraternity ' s annual events include " Spanferkel. " a whole roast suckling-pijr dinner; the Hardeen Memo- rial Lecture in honor of Dr. Bardeen, the first Dean of the Medical Scliool: and the iiiitialion loriual held each spring. Officers were John B. Davis, president; Richard Holder, vice-president; Clarence J, Kluck, secretar : and Ka mond K. Skupniewicz, treasurer. Dr. (). A. Mortenson is the advisor. U SIGMA IVU The Beta Omicron chapter of u Sigma u medical fraternitv again distinguished itself hv attaining the highest scholastic standing on the medical campus, in addition to being tops in intramural athletics and social acti itics. The officers for the year were .lay Kee|tman. presi- dent: .lohn Wear, vice-president; Boh Brishin. secre- tarv; .John Kockey. treasurer; and Boh Douglas, his- torian. " Skip " Stebbins and Ken Sachtjen were chair- men of the successful rushing program, and Ralph Olsen and Ted Roberts were co-chairmen of the social activities for ihe ear. First row, left to right: R. Edmonson, L. Fink. C. Eid. M. Roesler, B. Douglas. K. lirishin. J. Keepman. J. Wear, J. Kockey. J. DnBois, D. Wood. Smmil run: Vi . Liechti. D. Anderson. B. Rou- man, G. Kronke, D. Morris, R. Thiirel. C. Filch, R. Fieve, J. Wiffen, J. Swingle. T. Olsen, T. Snbiteh. Third row: O. Arneson, D. Monson, 11. Failor, G. Sleinmelz, D. Fink, J. Simpson, (r. Mueller, S. Hobson, L. Lund, R. Szy- inanski. Fourth row: R. Ileilaniii. K. Whaley, R. Callin.J.Cinmlli. I). Frilz. S. Stebbins, R. Erikson. K. 1 ric. R. Olsen, T. Roberts, K. Sachtjen, (;. Thatcher, T. Montgomery, B. Roberts. C. Starr. LAW SCHDDL rill- I ni i-i it of ision in l.au Siliool. unili-r llu ' li-adtTship of Prof. (). S. Runilfll. who has served as ileaii since F)45. j)ro ides training ' and experience to pre- pare law er lor admission iiilo llic i coti-iii State Bar Association. The Wisconsin Law School, ihird in size arnon-; tali- nni ersit hiw schools, was the lir t -late law -cliool in the L nited States. It was estahlished in IHbH and ha since pro ided legal .services and henetits to the state a well as legal experiences |o i(- -luilcnis. Advanced law students staff the Madison Legal i l Bureau, providing legal service to Dane county resi- dent- iiiiaiilc to pav a law er " s fee and at the anie time gaining firsthand professional experience for themselves. Students are also given hypothetical cases to take to trial in the moot court. W inncrs of the inool rourl. w Im are chosen bv law seniors acting as judges, at lend tin- isconsin Supreme Court sessions. The Wisconsin Law Review conlainini: article- and information concerning the profession, is pnhlished 1p second and third year students four times a year an sold to members of the Bar throughout the state. Dt-an ()li rr S. Humlell Law ?tu(leius and the tradiliimal Hiim.-i-..iiiiii;; |iaracl. ' _ h • • td ffll M w ' - ' ' IflHHiSI ' W PS 5 IKSI T " ■ PHI ALPHA HELTA Foiiiicleil oil an acliial Irjial coiiltuNcrsx . I ' lii Mplia l) -lla is iifif ((( llic olilcsl law rralcttiili ' s un camiiiis. Its luembers arc promiiit ' iil on Sliidciil ' i)iirl. Mailison Legal Aid. and Voini ' Ki-pulilicaiis. The f ' lii l|ilia Delia |)ut|i((se is lo sii|i[ leiiieril l.aw Sehool ediiealioti uilli lalks and diseussions with nieni- hers iif llie hai ' . uliile nii-eling lelluw la sliidcnls and nietnliers oi llie IJar Society. OfTieers were Art Sells, justice; Vic Gerdes, viee- jnslice: Dick VIeKenzie. clerk: Dick Jenks, treasurer; and l)al ' I ' almalier. marshal. First roif. left to ri lil: H. Sells, R. Callawav, R. Stafford, J. FIvnn. D. Palmalier, A. Ionian, R. Younglove. Second row: H. mann. H. Bniiie. S. (irady, C. Jacol.s, R. Heider, W. McGalloway. J. Moll. R. Jenks. Third row: P. Gaffney, W. Sturm. S. I D. Johnson. P. Been. unidenliCied. J. Fritchler, U. Gerdes, R. MeKen .ie. J. Burschhifjer. Fourth row: T. iVIevers. D. Harm Olafson. J, W hitman. W . (iehnnan. K.. Ohm, F. Huber, E. McMahon, J. koeper. J. G.atlanach. Hillc- .uliar. I 94 K::jiyr I irsi mil . Irjt til right: R. Currie. A. igluman. R. Stange. L. Na h. F. Staiger. K. Plaislad. R. I ' erina. . Kaushenbush. R. aiia- M-k. W . Rogowski. R. Crowell. R. Damon. S. Gratis. Second nm: T. Bracken. J. Collins. 1. Neshek. F. lintz. A. Schumacher. W . Krevtag. A. Grant. . Sutherland. T. Kells. B. Reid. S. Ward. J. Keefe. Third roir: A. Laun. H. Becker. E. Seiberl. R. Nelson. W . Sullivan. J. Elsinger. S. Fink. M. Spoehr. C. Littlefield. S. Van Alstvne. D. Slice. J. Krueger. Fourth row: R. Brehm, D. Sorden. 1). SUtestad. R. Woml. F. Brewster. . Bleckwenn. L. Pooler. J. Morgan, D. Jury. PHI DELTA PHI Phi Delta Phi is an international legal fraternity Nhi li was established at the Lniversit) of iseonsin in 1891. Its purpose is to promote higher standards of |(ro- fessional ethics and culture. Dutstanding members include Frank Bi b . editor- in-chief of the " iseonsin Law Review " : Scott an Alstvne, Jr., executive editor of the " Wisconsin Law Review " : ami Robert Perina. president of the Law School Association. Officers were Robert Perina, president: Kenneth Plaisteo, secretarv: alter Raushenbush. treasurer: and James Jackson, historian, [ rofessor Howanl Hall is the advisor. 95 I ' irst row, k-ft to right: Nicholas Siscl, Alviii ll};ciil, William Vi il- kcr. {..-slrr l..-ill. ' l ' ..l, larto- it ' ll. Daiiirl Itiinis. ItaMiiond llliink,-. S,r.»„ ;,„.. Jcirv K(l- -ar. Norma.. I ' oiis. I),mal(l Shi.l.l . liomaii KI.Mslvi. avm- larliii. (;.raM KorlM-li. .loliii Wilkii.s. TItir.l m,r: ItaMiioml lar li,lia,l. MalrolmKi ' Mncdv. I.,, D.I,-. (;lia.l. lil.rk. KiK-h •|a l...-. W. ' ik.-i lli-iL.I.Mso.i. I)a- u I . ' I. II. ' ... GAMMA ETA GAMMA Gainina Kta (ianiiiia is a law IralfrriilN or aiii fil lu promote interest in the profession. Members are active in sports, participating in bowl- ing, basketball, and baseball this ear. The bowling team won the I aw School League bowling champion- ship for 1951-52. One of the most outstanding alums is George Currie who was appointed a .lustice of the isconsiii Siipn-nie Court in 1 ).)!. ( )ffi( ' crs for this ear were Da id L elman. [ircsidenl: Laurie Anderson, vice-president; Ray Thimke. secre- tary; and ,|ohn ilkins, treasurer. Professor Campbell is the fraternit advisor. DELTA THETA PHI Delta Theta Phi is a law fraternity designed to pro- mote legal learning. congenialit . and to surround young lawyers with an inspirational environment. The fra- ternity is about four vears old on this campus, though nationallv constituted for almost 50 ears. Odicers this year were Ralph G. Hohenfeldt. dean; William G. Meyer, vice-dean; .lames R. Frederick, Irihune: Arthur Kngel. master of rolls; Donald Straub. exchequer; .|ohn H. Danforth. master of rituals; and Floren 15. IIckec. l.ailiff. First row, left to right: John Zinos, Robert Silver. William Platz. Theodore Fierstein. Donald Hoeft. Second row: Donald Straiih, John Danforth, Wil- liam Meyer. Ralph Hohenfeldt. Art Engle. John Crawford, James Fred- ericks. Third row: Elmer Ungemach. George DeBruin. Edward Heyer, Roger S ' eidebeck, William Pors, Robert Ar- nold. James Larson, Loren Smith, Frank Remington. Fourth row: Gerald Noll, Arthur Wolter, James Sham o. John Siemien. John Maurer. Lee Dal- ton, Floren Hegge. 96 MAURINE WATSON SECTION EDITOR ACTIVITIES J J%- f:M( ' • • •■•:i ' ® ' " ' ' : ' : ' : ' i .•.• .•. .•.•.•aOO ' :•.•.•.•.•.•A Wisconsin students can work and relax in a panorama of activities and enjoyments for which numerous facilities are supplied by the university. Activities and social events are an important part of the university ' s educational program. These pages depict the opportunities for leadership training, social activities, responsibility, and student action which Wisconsin offers, and review the outstanding records Badger athletes have made in the past year. •:::::::::-:-:-::::-:-A%: • W:-: Off, 0£N) Mpus ' CIO otr ' - J ' n OArd Nov 19. fii m njfc, ' TSHi fENEl °1NE , Oootr ' mti ' cf f foa (OPa, Oist, roHf, ' f mr) J952 ' ' on.ore Wo i753 Studenl BoanI iiu-inhcrs arc. scdtal (iniiiiid talilc. left to right: Riilh Schwarzkopf, W ah Kl.lliif;. Sii liih, Beata Besserilich, Jim Si.m. lom Viul. Ms..n. .lii.lv Hawlev, John W il.- . Slan Kiilakcm Rice. Don Noel. Tina Henel. lar loorc. Ilrliind llir Kihic at left: Dave Slif;nani. Boh Knolinski, llinrichs. Bt ' hind the tohlcnt liiihl: ' Wuriim oi ' ' lil. Joan l.anda. W orking as the legislative, executive, and administra- tive branch of the Wisconsin Student Association, Stu- dent Board aitccts nearly every phase of each student ' s extra-curricular existence on the University campus. Subject to regulations of the Regents and Faculty. Board supervises and regulates the extra-curricular activities of the student body and authorizes and char- ters administrative bodies necessary to take charge of the needs of the students. The board is composed of 18 members, selected on a listrict basis. Positions are secured through a campus- wide election or appointments bv the ISA, Women ' s and Men ' s Dorms, Pan-Hel, and I F councils. The board meets once a week with committee reports, legislation, and matters of special interest on the agenda. Meetings are o|)en and students are urged to attend. Leading the Board this year was Tom Anderson, with Harley Hinrichs as vice-president. Judy Hawley was secretary and John Haydon was treasurer. • Iroh- . Bn .z Harlev STUDEIVT in. SlMiicnl BoanI Troidcnl. 98 V(liiiinislrati e council is the executive cabinet of Sluderil Hoanl and. as su ' h. is tlie controlling and co- Diiliiialiii;: ImmU for tlie anions I ' uncliotial commissions. Mcsides coordinating and controlling the eight com- missions, the council also coordinates special projects and an prohlcms that arise concerning student welfare. Till ' commission chairmen are chosen through inter- ic ss coridiicicd 1( the personnel chairman, members ol ' Siiidctit Board, and the Administrative council chair- man. The final .selection is made by Student Board. Mso serving on the council are the presidents of .S ami VMA. s vice-president of Student Board, llarle llinrichs automatically is the president of the Administrative council. The Kxecutive council is made up of the four officers of Student Board. It is their job to prepare the agenda for the coming meetings and to make decisions on issues when the Board is undecided. BOARD SukU-iU Board Kxt-iuliM- Coiimil. memhrrs. . ( In rinlit. are llarlrs lliiirii Viie-I ' ri ' sidenl: ' loin Anderson, t ' residenl: Judy llawley, Secrelar) . and Ji I anila, Treasurer. Left til rifiht are Erna Jalia-.. K eeuli e Serrelar; Schaefer. Deputy Court Clerk; Velaine Carnal Moore, Student Court Clerk. Slndenl H..;.nl; ( lliarlen.- VkSGA Seeretarv. Nlary Administrative Council, left to right: Hank Vi ' orlis. Beata Bes- serili.li. Joanne S liiel.le, Paula L. lnnan. Jim Sliorr. llarley Hin- rlehs. Martin Begun, Nancy Seegers. Adrianne Robinson, Diane Regez, Richard Van Home. 99 NATIONAI, AND INI KKNA- TIONAL — first nin. lift tn right: Kiilh Schwarzkopf, larlin H.- giiii, Anne Sagel. Sironil nnv: Joan (Jrecnfielil, Jim S dM, Jo- Ann l allquisl, Mari ui Bissin- ger. Third row: Konaid ,inf, ' l,T, A! Kiilakow. (nirdon oi.nf;. Dave Kovenock, Del koKe. STUDEIVT BOARD CDMMISSIDIVS It is the joli of llif I ' lililic Kclatioiis ( loininission to pnhlicize all events sponsored by tlie V isconsin Student Association and to keep the students informed about the activities of Student Board, through releases to the Daily Cardinal and publication of the Newsletter. The Commission also holds an open house for visiting stu- dents during the state hipli scliool basketball tourna- ment each year. sponsoring sucli events as Political Emphasis Week, and Student United Nations, the National and International Affairs Commission stimulates student interest along these lines. Student U. N. is a weekend conferente held ever) year anil attended 1) students from Mid-West schools. Political Emphasis eek coordinates efforts of campus political groups in presenting a series of speakers and meetings on current questions. I ' l BIIC KKr,ATIONS Le ( U right: Faye La Brocki, Lyfla Cline, Jiilin (iiivlilin. Marilyn Briiss, Wayne Taves. Jo Drager, Carol Tinder, linldrnlitlrd. The Student Service and Relief commission co- orflinates all the campus-wide relief and welfare projects. The big cliarit project is the Campus Chest drive held every fall, with money collected allocated to various relief projects and organizations. The commission also sponsors a book and clothing drive for materials to be sent to forcijin ' oimtries. STUDENT SERVICES AND RELIEF— •iV.sf nm: Irfi i„ rifihi: Nam Odegaard. Doug Kramer. Lois Erdman. Seciiiul n ir: Andy Walch. I ' liil Smith. Belly Weisse. 100 iDIAlU; ir lliS t-ir.sl niw. Irjt l„ rifilU: ' Sitnry L,n . I illir ( Hil.l.r, )ara ilamilton, Adrienne Kubinson. Anne Dropp. Joan Alkins, Vlarllia »er. Second row: Professors L. E. Noland, W. R. Agard, V. W. Meloche. SOCIAL AFFAIRS — ' irsf nm Ivjt l„ rinlit: Fd.-cii Ja.ohson. Jan Heiser, Paula Howell, Betty Kean. .S,.,«.;i n„r: C.ecile Hurf:. Fd Trapp, Pat Hays. The Vcademif Affairs comiiiission of Student Board, lliroiiijh a course evalualioii program, tries to bring llie opinion of the students regarding academic affairs to the attention of the facnity. Other major projects of the Commission are the fresliman course guide, the exam lile in tlie quonset hut reading room, and granting scholarships. The Social Affairs commission is a service organiza- tion which arranges a banquet for Student Board workers, the Prom, Parent ' s weekend, and tlie slate high school tournament open house. The Student Board banquet is a dinner given for those who have worked on various commissions and conimittees sponsored by Student Boarfl. The Student Welfare commission investigates prob- lems dealing with living conditions, wages and hours, and human relations and presents the results to the students. The group sponsors the fall lliunan Relations conlcrence. National Student Association links itself with the Wisconsin Student Association and acts as a clearing house of ideas, plans, and suggestions between the uni- versity and other universities and colleges in the coim- lr . and receives all informalioii from SA national head([uarters. NSA — Lcjl Id rifihl: Mary 1alin, Shirley Hudson. Harley Hinrirhs. Diane Re ez. Sylvia Tipj)el. DENT V.F.LF RE - First row. Irft t„ right: Dirk Hadgson, Nell lliniinel- Wvnn WilliaMi . S,;„,i,l r.,i,: Hank ..rli . D..„ Noel. Dnlores Friedland. Danee. r..ni I In l li.,r.ir. Stiulcnt Board plays an ini[ ortant part in llic life lA ' the campus. Student Board sponsors orienlalioii joiiith with other campus groups and the Student A ' li ilics office. Another important job of Student Board is lak- ing care of the campus elections held each fall and spring. Each ear StuilenI Hoard sponsors a United Nations Conference which is modeled after the sessions of the U. N. The conference draws students from six states. representing nearly twenty schools. ' I ' hc main speaker of the conference last year was William Epstein from the Department of Security Council Affairs. The pur- pose of the conference is to acquaint students with th ' working of the United Nations. A special project of the Student Hoard this ear was the sponsoring of the Student Rose Bowl Train. () er SOO students took llic train and sla ed at a Sliidcnl Board-sponsored hotel. C.ouulinji l all4 ls after a campus eleolion. 102 mssiBfi s!sm msis ss; sz:=::zz-. -i-c i .rf- ' iitn O.VrV -TT»r hfssg simmsm Bnar d PrDJBcls Tae Lniled Nations Conference. ailinp iii lin.- t.ir Slml.-iU H,.anl Ir OlDNTTAKi THi SI WENT BOARC -TRAIN fjUough saiill Al a Sliuleni Hoanl «( rk session. Hoard I ' rt ' sidcnt. SUMMER BDARD I tiller I ' ri ' sidcnl l)an (!;iilfr. iir I ' lcsidfiil Siiiii (MTfiilcf. Si ' cti ' larN ISuiiiiic Sit-in. and Trcasurrr Dim MilltT. SiimriKT Sliiili ' iil Board carried out a varied pru- grain. Projects included seeking to get open li)iida nights for women sludenls. planning lor a card cheering section at football games, and starting preparation of a course evaluation hook whi -li will explain courses to freshman and sophomore students in I, S. The Hoard also appealed to the legislature to make compulsorx the payment of fees necessary lor the operation of the stu- dent government. Slimmer Board members are, front ron left ta right: Shirlev Wvss. Don Miller, treasurer; Ailrienne Robinson, (cordon Stick, Erna Jabas, executive secretary sliidenl board: Ruth Schwarzkopf, Sam Greenlee, vice-president; Martha I anger. Hack roii: Bill Dcvine. Andrew X alch. Shirley I.emke. Dan Carter, president: Joan LeVine. Tliora Vervoren, Marion oi«;ht. Phil Smith. Bonnie Stein, secretary. 104 Ihc fourth annual drive to raise iiinn - for children of the Vt aupnii mii;rat )r workers was Summer Board s main project. Students ga e so generously that the goal of S40() was passed with total receipts reach- ing over S5()0. the highest amount collected in anv of the drives. Waupun Project collections show, Irft to right: Mary Ann Haber, Ellen Kne Busch, Pat Laffey. " Roundy " Coughlin, Mary Harrigan, Carolyn Sniitb. STUDEIVT COURT The Student Court is the judicial arm of student government, having the power of enforcing various uni- versitv regulations. Chief .lustice of the court was Fred Hiiber, with Mary Moore as Student Court ( lerk. Charlene Schaefer. l)eput Clerk, and William Cattin. judicial Chairman. F ' rsf rim, left ti right: Jean Gal- la-her. Vt illiam !).■% ine. Fre.l Hiiher, Larry Harrington. Mar ' lo( re. SrconH rinr: Don Johnson. Kichanl ( " .allawav, Tom Bar- land. Norman kvalheini. Dale Sorde-i. (Charlene Schaefer. Don Mneller. Art Schumacher. % illiam (Tchmann. % illiam Col tin. 105 Rirhanl ..i. Ilornr. W M I ' rcM.lc.u. I ' laii " our I ' uliirt ' Omfereiice — First roiv. left to right: Fred KraiiiiT. Boll I ' lipiier, Bob Kazmercliak. Seconil row: Boh Ki.liards. KonSchmhanh. Die Wisconsin Men ' s VssDcialioii is llic lci;islali c liiiih n ' lui ' scnlin;: all llii- nii-n cm iMrn(ius. lis piirixise is to inlci. ' tali ' inctrs arli ili ' s anil |no idc I ' or llu ' fji-n- eral wcllarc ol llif male sliidenl IioiIn. Ml men sliidcnls aic nicnilicrs of tlif assoriation. Joli ( )])|K)rtunitie.s ConlV ' rt ' nrc was icnarncd " I ' lan- ninfi Our I ' lilini ' " and Idoadcncd in sco|ic lo a|p|pral In more shidcnis on llic cainims. Sessions were [ilatined lo liel|( nniler taduates choose llieir rnajofs as well as lo aid seniors in gathering inrorinalion alioni specilic opportunities in their chosen lielils. Men ' s Night last year had as its main speaker Justice Grover Broadfoot of the Wisconsin Supreme Court. At this time tiie annual Goodnight Award was presented to an outstanding junior man. Ilarley Hinriehs. WMA has placed an important part in the campus Civil Defense Program, which is set up to proxiile emergency housing facilities in case of civilian disaster. Representatives of the Independent Student Associa- tion, Men ' s Hall Association, and Inter-Fraternit Council worked to set np programs holli in social and athletic events to coordinate the spirit am! iTilercst o( these groups. The officers this year were Richard Van llorne. president; Jerry Liden, vice-president: and Phil Steh- bins, secretarv. W IA - Lfft lo rifihl: r»m Ilarlsliorne. John Kainps. John Kamakcr. .|.rr% l,i.len. Kicliani Van llorne. Marvin Suhlan ;er. I ' hii Sl.l,l,in . Bol, UcTUilrk. 106 S- l- ' irsl iuu Icjl hi right: Jani-l lill . Heal;i B.-ss.-nlkh. Barbara Morley. Scamil row: Mar ' . ' iicril.- lichalson, Velaine Carnall, Mar Singer. Georgia Cohen. Third row: Nancy Playman, Ann SielioM. Jeanne Carroll, Linda Wernecke. Diane Regez. ASSOCIATED WDMEIV STUDEIVTS ConslantK growing and becoming more elTeetive. S sn ' cessfulh fulfilled its major purposes in its i.illi ear on campus: to regulate all matters pertaining e clusi ely to the undergraduate women of the univer- sity, to further in every way the spirit of unity am mg ih - women of the university, and to be a medium through which the social standards of the university can lie kept high. Highlighting the year was Careers Conference, a three-da session supplying the women on campus with facts about their future careers. A lairK new project of A S was the big sister pro- gram aimed to ;i((|uaint new university women yvith campus life, llach spring. AW S sponsors a fashion show to preview the coming styles for women. The organization changed its name this year from W omen ' s Self-Go ernment Association. Officers leading the organization this year were Hcala Besserdich. |)resident: Barbara Morley, vice- prcsidcnl : claiic (larnall. cxerutive secretar and Janet Mills. seiretar . CAREERS CONFERENCE— .Seoferf, left to riglit: Martha Iul- vane. Helen Frederick. Miirie Sorensen, Mary Yi aters. Caryl Raffman. Secuiid row: Barbara Weidner, Emily Smith, Miss Emily Chervenik. Marguerite Michalson, Mrs. E. B. Fred. Mrs. Louise Troxell. 107 TV COMES TD WISCDIVSIIV Demonslraliii a nioilel TV pro, t ihe oonlrols of ihe program inoiiilor. The Uni ( ' rsit Television Laboratory, a newcomer to the campus lliis ear, was estahhshed for purposes of training and experiment in communication ' s newest medimn. Worksliops are conducted and students are given the opportunity to study and partici] ale in all phases of television ] roduction — from (hrecting to stage setting. Workshop groups lake part in the planning anil producing and reading of such programs as " Campus Newsreel " and " Education on Parade. " The laboratory contains all equipment for production of television programs except transmission facilities, and can record programs for commercial stations or transmit programs over a closed university circuit. ii engineer controls itic IVngram announcements are made with these cardi 1 qiiahly of the program. 108 (pulli ■ ' 3»;i v Ktddiiiii Jniin riglil la It ' Jt iiiul ii isiilc iliiivii: ki-ii Eiclifiiliaum. execulive eililor some of the lime; Diane Draft, sleeping; Ronalil J. Carson, copy editor; Dick Seheuermann, aee a l-man; Richard Fuluvies C.hira. hcasl-hunlcr; Gerry Hase, official concentrator; Tandalaya Schwartelslione; teelli; Vnnie I iogan, secretary; Rnss Koesler, T-V consultant; Peo; Roach, girl; Wayne Arihood, shmenke; Leonard Malitz, poet laureate; Joe Kirkish, photo editor; Dardonella Drndle, for fun; Chuck Behling: Joyce Berliant, also also secretary; Alky Beaumont; drimk; girl; hoy; boy: girl; Gene Hiniz, a boy all through; boy; Sonia Shongren, ace party girl; bov; girl; girl; Helene Hershfield, female layout artist; Marty Greenberg, dancer. Not observed were Tom Lodahl, Pat Hays, Kurt Gross, business manager, Ellyn Padnos. and lots more. also, including George Ronsholdt. execulive editor also some of the lime. HUMOR MAGAZINE 110 Ken Eichenl)aum, editor, and a husky un- identified member of the Octy stafl fight valiantly to ward off an avalanche of angry subscribers who just minutes before re- ceived lliiir lirsi (•o|)ies of the new Octopus. Says Editor Eiihcnbaum, " Just hold " em off long enough for me to get out the back door. " Leii Malelz, supposedly one of llic lilcrale slaff nifmhcrs, eam ' riy pounds oul anolhi-r lularious fcalurc for ihr Ocly as other Octyiles spur him on lo erealer lici hls. I,en prac- tices Yogi in his spare time and Cop I ' .ililor Kou Carson, right, marvels at his fabulous Chinese Ivisl fri an lech- nicpie. Mr. Malelz ' s feel were washed expressly for this purpose, thus destroying three years of vegetation. Lovelv Sonia Shogren, htdding a pencil made t Tic4)nderoga ( ' ric( n leroga himself is not pictured), sells ( ct sidiscriplioiis as llie pin she is wearing attests. Clustered about her are droM-s of gullible, smiling students eager to liecome patrons of the arts. iU, light-lingered. sil er-longued Sonia already has their money safely locked away in the black lash box pictured on the table. Actually these students have no business hanging around, but they wanted to have their pictures taken. We aim to please our subscribers. Handsome executive editor. George Ron- shoUlt. waves for assistance as he is swarmed over by autograph hunting fe- male members of the Octy staff. " Back girls, back, " (Jeorge shouted, " you ' ll all get your share. " The girl, lower left, apparently got there too late. Gretchen Bosch, left, amid all the commotion, is seen (juietlv knitting an under -sized sweater. On her ltd look good! Ill MmErACE TELLS STORY. TOO WlSu.llMM " unlii| Mm|u in l ' ii l niii. Irfl Id rifilil: riiiiii .Ian .. Carleloii W nod. lar Jane Kleiiilieiiiz. Diane Pallett, Larry ( aine. Lowell Uolloway. karl Oliin, Beltv Fink, Eleanor (iraniling. Srciind roic; John Koss, Phil Tichener, Carl Huber, Les Klebesadel. WISCDlVSm CDUIVTRY MAGAZIIVE K M)iii 7 in griciilliiral Hall is the office of the It isconsin Counlrv Mafiazine, student publiration of the College of Agriculture. " Country Mag " is written for students, faculty, and alumni. The (irst semester officers this year were Phil ' I ' ichener. editor; Carl Huber, business manager; Dick Venne and Karl Ohm, associate editors. Larry Caine, agriculture alumni editor, Diane Pallett. home eco- nomics alumni editor; Susan Weber, home economics editor: Betty Kink, agricultural editor; Lowell Hollo- way, advertising manager: Mary Jane Kleinheinz. col- lections; Les Klebesadel, circulation; Armin .lanz. sub- scriptions, and Carleton Wood, promotions. For the secontl semester, Dick Venne was editor and Lowell Hollowav was business manager. Standing: Phil Tichener. Seatrtl: Dick Venne. Sftitefl: left In right: Carl Huher, Betty Fink. Stand- ing: Lowell II ol low ay. Dick Venne. Phil Tich- ener, Karl Ohm. 113 Si ' itioii ediliirs. Icfl to right, are Maurine alsoii, aclivilies: Jerry Trap]!, living iiiiils and Eslher Garvev, seniors. Missing (ire Tom JIuIchison, university; Rolanil Sniilh. sporls. I.rfl III right are Hclty alien, layouts editor: Katlilien Daubert, assistant photography editor; Sue Giese, per- sonnel manager; Peg Rainier Grant, photography editor. Missing is Lihhv Grimmer, copy editor. BADGER... If you ' ve ever spent a spare lioiir al llie liij; lM(ar l in the New York Slock Exchange or tlie Cliicago IJoanl of Trade. oii can well picture the hustle and bustle wliicli prevails when Badger stocks go up during a section deadline tlay about the Badger office on the third floor of the Union. The rhythmic click of the l pewriler as it bangs out the last [)age of copy interniingled with lli - never ending top-level planning talks between our Editor, Jack Harned and assistant editor, rllia .lean Petrie is a spectacle to behold. One ( li e energetic section editors. Jerry Trapp. Eiving Litiils; Matirine Watson, Activities; Tom Hutchison. University; Esther Garvey, Seniors; or Roland Smith. Sports, will be mak- ing last minute alterations and checking over page lay- outs for mailing. Photographers will stream in and out of the office for supplies and to turn in prints fresh Irom the dark room. Next door, our " Badger-minded " busi- ness manager, Tom Towell, is reviewing linances with our publications adviser. Prof. Lester llawkes, and directing his business staff into the final sales and adser- tising campaigns. Vi ith technical assistance from (Tcorge lleffcriian and Kobcrl Maiidel. our printing and en- graving representatives, the book is well on its way and the Badger staff can take in a Friday " elbow tipping " session. Tied in a top level diseiission arc. h-fl In right: Rosemary i eahy. co-edilor lirst semester; Jack ilarned. e lilor. and rtha Jean Petrie, assistant editor. Typing and filing — ihe daily roiiline llial gels llie Badger iml on limp. Hadg.M iili,,l,,Mr.i|ilirr , are. left to Wi if. , Second nm: lik.- K.T(l -r. Bd, I ' lilniai Bob Seher. r.ii.l 1I.1.I-. DiianpHopi 1 IJilirrndi. Tiiin Pinne n able and creative photography staff has spent many an afternoon and evening setting np their eqiiip- ini-nl and snapping sliols all over campus. A flexible, (■lc er la (iut |ilan with full coverage of adininistrati%e, activities, academic and social affairs, and li ing units lias been developed and previewed by a " new look in (h ision pages and a modernistic co er our cxpcrl Lnoiits editor, Betty Wallen. Supervising a corps ol skilled writers and typists and putting out reams of copy were some of the feats of our energetic cop editor, Libby Grimmer. Badger Board, the ad isor and control brain Inisl of the Badger, meets regularly to discuss and solve tin ' publication ' s linan ' ial and control problems, and hires the editor and business manager at the end of each ear. three facnlt members. Professors Harry Sclnick. Lester Hawkes, and Frank Thayer, and live student representatives comprise the board together with the editor, business manager, and Ray HilsenholT. iiiiaiicial adviser, serving in ex-officio capacity. I.ifi III rifilit an- Manila Brooke. Kmily Mullaney. [Jarlene I ' aiilson, Ja k llarned. Tom Hulchison, all rushing to meet a deadline. Li-jl III rifihl iirv: MariKn Hi-iiihardl. laurine W a I son. and ( " .lain Solomon. ;M-li ilv seclion workers. 1L=5 A senior turns in her proofs to " Lil " Felh Business staff, left to right, are Mike Sarles, adver- tising; Tom Towell, business manager; Sam Rey- nolds, assistant sales manager; Jim Shorr, sales man- ager. Taking the senior pictures. Tiiiiiiiifi out |)atii|)lil( ' ls. posters, legist ta lion week sales booths, stil)sefi|itioii hiaiiks, salesmen, and eon- tracts, this year ' s liiisthng Imsiness stall ' uniler the di- rection of Uncle Tom Towell took over the reins of the Badger enterprise and promptly broke all prev ious sales records. Towell and his two sales managers, Sam Rey- nolds and Jim Shorr have boosted sales beyond the 3.S00 mark. .lobn Sarles, our advertising manager. pro ided the leg work in advertising solicitation to put the iinish- ing touches to this edition. The Badger staff collaborated for the selection of this year ' s lovely finalists. From eleven finalists, four girls were chosen for full page spreads in our ' 5.3 yearbook. Wayne Taves was Ba lger Beauties chairman. Long range planning and teamwork have been the watchwords of this year ' s Badger, which features ac- tion shots of Wisconsin ' s football team in action at the Pasadena Rose Bowl. Only with such a conscientious and co-operative staff could there be added another creditable yearbook to the long line of Badgers. Booming business, these Bailger sales. First ron left to right: Jo Ann Saari. Nelda Keinmerer, Mary Louis-e Xuodfortl, Rosemary Leahy. Second roiv: Professor Le«ler Hawkes, Professor Harry Schnck. Ray Hilsenhoff, Professor Frank Thaver, Bob Erzinger, Jack Harnetl, Tom Towell. Boh Erzinger, hoani president. BADGER BDARD WISCDIVSIIV IDEA Ihese arcnl all tlii ' mcnilpcrs of the Vt isconsin Idea magazine stall, .since the nioiiieiitous (la this was taken was also the momentous day it was announced that some local stjuad was going to Calirornia for a parade and most of the intellectuals on the staff were celebrat- ing the occasion. That also might account for the non- esoteric attitudes of those of us who were present. Paul Aucrswalil. ecliL( Business slaff ineinhers are. Ifft to ri ' ic loan (;n)ve. I ' aul AuerswaliK and Del larlli. Editorial staff members are, left to right: Sam IeKay, Liz Burton, Charles Tink- ham. Lissv Engelke, Paul Auer.-wald. Charlolle Belshe. and Peter Lisea. 117 riie scicielv slaff. left lii right, are Valerie Freelaiul. Luis Kiler. Joan Holman, larv Malin and Sliirlev Hii ls,.n. Like oilier camiiiis itiililications, the I)ail Cardinal fought financial diflieulties all year. The twin orgres of higher costs and lower revenues were specters behind the editors as they endeavoured to bring in more money while maintaining the editorial standards of the paper. These standards were never lowered. To all pressure groups the Cardinal held up the Credo of the university: " that continual sifting and winnowing b which alone the truth may be found . . . ' " Many aspects of freedom were defended in ihe news columns of the Cardinal, and university social regula- tions were amended to give students more responsi- bihty in the conduct of group and individual activities after Cardinal editorializing. Tfil Oalih, inana-iii;; edilor lirsl sei seeoiiil semeslrr. ami Dirk Carler. assix sicr and eiliUi 118 , • III rifiitt: Arlie Srharill, sporls edilor ami Mike Drew, assislaiil spiirls edilor first semester and managing editor Tlif (iiriliiuil cililorial stall cDtitiiiiied its drive for " complete campus coverage " of tlie many significant and colorful events. Heading the editorial staff was David B. Filvaroli. Helping liini were Richard F. (barter, associate edilor and Ted Oahb. managing editor. The Sports staff foimd news plentiful as the football team wetit west to the Rose Bowl, rlie Schardt was editor with Michael Drew assisting liitii. Campus life — parties, dances, and charities — were reported on the society pages of the ( iinliiKil. Editing the stories were Joan llolman and her assistant Marion Voigt. And all through the year, reporters, rim workers, copy editors, news editors, photographers, cartotmists, and feature editors worked to put the news and views ol ihe iini ersit into print li e da s a week. Left to right are: Dick Roseman, university editor; Dick Schickel, assistant university edilor and Margaret Greiner. assistant managing editor. Harold Lerner, business manager. I )a id KilvarolT. editor first semester. 119 WISCDIVSIIV EIVGIIVEER Jack HiiMiin;;. KoImtI l.t-is Business staff, seated: James Collins. Slanding, left to right: Jim Chapel, Robert Kohn. Preston Koentop. The Wisconsin Enginerr, written and edited hy en- gineering students for student and professional en- gineers in the slate, had one of tlie most suceessfiil of its 57 years of pidihcalion. HighHghts of the )ear were tlie March issue which was sent to all slate high schools t ) encourage students to enter the College of Engineering, and the Exposition Issue in A|)ril which featured I ' ]ngineers Day and the 1053 I ' ngiiK-ering Exposilion. ' I ' he greal degree of cooperation wliich existed among staff inemhers made the work of all a pleasure. Engineer staff, left tn right: Gene Worscheck, Carl Thelin. EtI llnmpal. Jack Binning, Koberl Leisses. Professor James A. Gage. James R. Collins. Roherl kahn, Preston Koentop. Second row: John Du Bois, Rich Gurtz, Eugene Buchholz, Marc Momson, Don Edwards, Neil Johnson, James Chapel. Chanrcv Rcidcr. Carroll Rands. ¥. y ' r C f ¥. ..J " " K--JK « iS ' .lk« % hi Shown al llie Prom are Badger Beaulics Marge Hesse, Maryellen Bowers, Prom Chairman Ed Trapp. Tila Hashrook. and Barbara Ann Nohle. BADGER BEAUTIES The Enchaiiliiicnl of the I ' t ' i I ' lom l(rou ;lit with it the atininitiiiMiicnl id llic four I ' fSH Hadger Beauties. Eleven cantlidates for the lionor were ehosen bv the Badger staff on the basis of appearanre. per- sonaUty, scholarship, and activities. The four were chosen from these candidates by Movie Star Denise Darcel, Comedian I ' hil Silvers, Louise Marston, Wisconsin Stale Journal societv editor. Tom Anderson, president of Student Board, and .lack Harned, editor of the Badger. Vi isconsin ' s 195.1 Badger Beauties, presented on (lie following pages, are .Mar elleri Bowers. Fita Hashrook, Marge Hesse, and Barbara Ann Noble. Maryellen, a sophomore in art education Irorn Madison, was also a linalist in the conlesi for Prom Queen. Tila, who is president of Delta Gamma sororit}, is a senior in economics. Her home is in Green Ba . and her activities have included Vv S(iA. Fan Hel, Campus Carnival, Cardinal, elections. Ca- reers Conference, and vice-president and social chairman of Ann Emery hall. Marge, bacteriologv junior from Milwaukee, is a transfer student from the Lniversit) id New Hampshire. Her activities have inclurled drama- tics work, and she is president of the Junior Dolphin club. She is a member of Alpha Chi ( )mega. Barbara Vnii. senior in home economics, is a member of Kap|)a Kappa Gamma, of which she is social chairman. She is from Great Neck, Long Islaml. N. Y. Denise Darrel 122 • ' • Dun ll i EK Mimrop . . . (Uimma Phi Beta Chilli Developnienl i A. r nn KM K Hi -k Sheboygan . . . Delia (jamma Home Economics 4 NiNCY Smith Delafield . . . Delta Delta Delta Inlernational Relations 3 Emmy Lot (; r vii; Oildrii Dunes. Intl. . . . Pi Beta Phi Speech Correrlidii and Kn;;li h t Madison . . . Chi Omega Sociolojiv ( . M 1PI I ,111 KTJEN Waiinatii n . . . K i ' (i tl tha Theta Kelaleil rl- 1 Jeanne Schwartz Baraboo . . . Independent Home Economics 4 jm Ma eile4 Sacuen 6 2X -M : ita JtaiJ AjQ o.k 125 ' ' § , Ma u Jielle ii W l- 126 lianAan a A u J aLU 121 riie aleak soiimls " nod d Two please. WISCDIVSIIV WEEK-EIVD Vieek-ends at Wisconsin mean a cliaiice to lake a break (Voiii llie weeks stiulying ami relax. ii tliis page, Maureen Vt atson and Boli lloHnian sliow some of tlie favorite recreations of Badgers — daneing. movies, going to clnireh. anti going out lo dinner. But at the end of il aU. we lia e to go l)aek to the books aeain. The SalunI a uifihl .lan.-e. d m Mi r y | ' « 2 L ■ K Lt. Gov. George Smith crowns Queen Mary Alice Falk. Eiiclianttnrnl . . . The mystic enchantment of Friday the 13th and the equally mystic enchantment of love, symbolic of Valen- tine ' s Day which began before Prom was over, provided the motif for 1933 Prom goers. Couples danced under the celestial heavens, a huge rotating crystal ball, and signs of the Zodiac to the music of Ralph Marterie. It was a night to remember . . . 130 Ilor court an l llic Hailficr Beauties look on as Oueeii Marv li.e f;els her crown. Finall) the long awaited moment arrived. There was a hreathless silence as the Prom ehairnien. IJadger heau- ties. and I ' roni (,)iifcn candiilales were presented. Then l,t. ( ' ,ii . George Smilh irowned the " (,)iieen of the I ' ). ' ),? IVom " — Miss Mar) Mice Falk. eliosen li the votes of prom-goers. Miss Falk. sponsored by Delta Gamma and l heta Chi. reigned with her date Robert heatoii. Court ol honor lor Miss Falk was the three other Prom queen iiiialists. Mar ellen Mowers. Peggy Vail, and Helen Starr. The Badger beauties named at Prom were Marge Hesse, Miss Bowers. I5arl)ara iui Noble, and Tita Hasbrook. Excitement ciilminaling on the night ol Prom had been rising steadil) for weeks. Approximately 25 I ' o-eds entered the Prom queen contest. Posters dotted Lang- don Street and ihc ilorms. skils ami songs entertained students during dinner hours, and loi-al papers displa ed pictures of some of Wisconsin ' s prettiest and most poised co-eds. After an all-campus election four finalists re- mained, leaving the linal choice for Prom (pieen up to Prom-goers the night of the dance. The ilanccrs take lime out to hear a l.ola Anieche voial numher Casting their two votes for Prom Queen. 131 EIVCHAIVTMEIVT ' K(l Traint. I n m (ieucral (lliairniaii. ' I ' lu ' Pmm crowd gathers during the intermission. mi The lirass serlioii soiiiuls off. This was Wisconsin ' s 59th Prom since the first one was given in the gyninasiiun on Washington ' s Birthday. February 22, 1895. As it rrc v in size and popularity. Prom was held in the Capitol Rotunda imtil the Memo- rial Union was built. Since then it has been held annually in Great Hall of the I nion. An innovation in this year ' s activities was the pre- prom banquet in the Union o|)cn to all prom-goers. Formerly it was onlv lor the king and queen, their court, and committee chairmen. I ' rom is sponsored by the student board. The students, and the inan people whohaxe planned each Prom through the years have helped turn it into the most enjoyable cam[ us tradition, and an event never-to-be-forgotten in the history of the University of Wisconsin. Up llic slairs to Creal Hall. Marlerif sifjiis aulograplis for I ' rom-poers. Al the Pre-1 ' rom haiii|ii(l. S ,i i, ,i ; William W a.lis ( .; () aii.l Kolierl Bowen. Siuiiig: Joyce Mc- Nearney {left) and Ann Vanderwall. Sidiuliiig: Corky Nielsen and (i.cr Sleplian. Sitting: Phyllis (Jrossniaii ai Claire Solomon. Janice Heiser and Erv LeCoquc. Standing: Lolliar (iolilncr anil Wayne Taves. Sitting: Marilyn Johnson and Nancy Behling. PHDM COMMITTEE There were iiiatu weeks ol work hehind the seeiies. hut they all seemed worthwhile on the night of Prom. Things ran smoothly with a professional-like touch — from the eleetions to the pre-proin banquet to the grand march and coronation. Assisting General Chairman Ed Trapp in making Prom a success were Erv Le Coque, executive assistant; .lanice Heiser, executive secretary: Ann anderwall, publicity: Phyllis Grossmann. promotions: Lothar Goldner. finance: Claire Solomon, and Elizabeth Bur- ton, (lecoralions: Joyce McNearney and Bob Bowen, public relations; George Stephan, elections: X ayne Taves, arrangements: Al StaulTacher, music: Corky Nielsen, tickets: Bill W achs, invitations: anc Beh- ling, banquet; Donna Gillev, reception; Marilyn John- son, programs; and Joan Weber, grand march and coronation. Standing: Al .SlaulTachtr and Donna (yilley. Sitting: Joan Weher and Kliza- helh Burton. 134 ST. PAT S DAIVCE Saint I ' at. that jrratnl old " alli-u.-d " patron aint of the engineers was again honored this ear at St. Pat ' s Bail, lareli 14. Chuclv Brvila. lieard antl all. represented liini at tlie danee. And onre again. Clscar. the iron man Nat(lie l couiili- (hince to the music of Richard Kent. (jenerai cliairman Dave inton was assisted bv Al Rabe. pubhcity: Bill Boves. j)rograms: John Frenck. finance: and Don Dietnie cr. decorations. Drawings representing each of the five schools of engineering adorned the walls of Great Hall, along with a huge replica of the world held in inicroiiicter gauges, encircled li a gear hang-ine o cr the stajre. Contestants for St. Pat ' s lionor ' wen ' . Irft In rifiht. ( hiick Brylla, Jim Wert, Lrn.s l-;,k-.,n. ,.m.I ( ..irl Ih,-!,,.. " Oscar. " the Iron Man. lierame the center of al traction at the St. Pat " s Ba J35 Lijl U rinlu: ( Jiairniaii Di.k IcDonal l. Jarkie Nicolel. " ;reek Goil " Boh Aii.lerson. and larv Alin- Falk. Daiuin;; lo ihe music i,f Hiulilv Morrc IF BALL Pledges tlirectetl the Iiiter-Fraternity Ball for ) ' S ' . as the Pledge President ' s Council took charge and brought Buddy Morrow ' s band to Great Hall on March 27. ith a name band and an ambitions promotion, the coiHicil brought all Iralernities to their support and packed the I iiion lor ihc c ent. Climaxing a spirited campaign. Bob Anderson was elected " Greek God " at the dance over 15 other candi- dates nominale l bv sororities. Committee hairnien were Don Fry and Ted Stephen- son, co-chairmen: Dick McDonald. Henrietta Luedicke. Jim S Nab. ' I ' cudy Moss. Joex Ilackcr. Liz Allen, and Dick Blatlncr. (ireal Hall was packed for Ihe IF Ball. 136 PAIV-HELLEIVIC BALL TMhrnlM L n H jS ii hr , 1 ii H n H H ( .iitiimillee chairman, sliowii ' la rifiht with their dates, an- joaii Kaf!;an, Emmy I. on (iarwi . .Ian (Jraiihcrf:, and I ' al I ' loin. Sitlin " one otit. " Dear to Me " proxidi ' d lln- llicriif lor tliis gear ' s Pan-Ilel ball on Febriiar) 27. Favors consisted of small folders with vials of " Dear to Me " perftnne. Sixteen ideal sorority girls were introdnced. representing their sororities. Bob Arden provided the niiisic. and Dave Matson headed the entertainment. In charge were Pat Floni. general chairman; Lois Persehbacher. arrangements: Aileen Miller, decorations; tlmmy Lou Garwig. entertainment: (lecily Hnrg, fi- nance: Jan Granberg. |»nblicil . and .loan Fagan. tickets. The dance is given to promote inlersorority fellow- ship, and proceeds make up scholarshijis for deserving girls. Ck HJ Ml IkmI a . ' (Kxl lime danein;; al llie I ' an-llel Ha ' K.U1:; jllcr Killing ami Oni-oii Kiiiiii l.oii (iarwi il ii - -miare foot of room at the H( 138 Homecoming (A»mniillee members are. left U right: Shirley Lemke. Chuck Bentzin. Lee Dolnick. Al Stauffacher. Don Paape. Bud James. John lorg- ricjjie. Marion (rrillhoesl. Art Iaier ihiililpn). anfl W alter Ebling. chairman. Not pictured are Donna Holshuh anil % a tie Taves. C D M I G fM ' " Sl-ars of liw " Bujiw ! S1k»»i — Na " Kiiu: CoV- Sarah Vamhan, an J Slan K inl«n. HoiiiecoininE festi ntie formallv opened ith the " Bi|ji:e?t Shov of ' 52 ' " Frida iiurht. November 7 al the field hoii-ie- featiirin£ Sarah aii han. Nat " King " Cole, and Stan Kenton and hi? orchestra. Hand? clapjied and feet stamped a? these artists jierformed encore after encore- At intermission. Homecoming Chairman. al- ter Ebling. introduced his sub-chairmen, who awarded trophies to the winners of h nise decorations. Some 15 convertibles made up the traditional Home- coming parade on Satiirda . headed bv King Kbling and his ( ueen Emm Lou Garv Tg. ith pom ptmis. balloons, and buttons, amid color and ctmfusion. crowds poured out to Camp Randall for the game. Traditionallv too. law students t« ssed their canes over the goal post, and it was prophesieil that those catchiui: theirs would win their first case. That night couples dance«l in the I niou to tlie strain of three bands. hiise and elaborate mobile hung high over the crowd, glittering and sparkling Uke a prima donna under the sjMtlights. The theme was " Cardinal Capers " : and huge maps of lllinois-North estern terri- tor and isconsin-Badgerland made up the back- ground of the stage. Silhouettes on the windows of f M l- ball pla ers in action pi ses completed the scene. .loinini: in the o »n eriililr parade- MplLI I lli I ' ll 139 HDMECDMIIVG Slan Kenliiii aiinoimciv tin- nc i nimilifi ' I ' lie Wisconsin campus took on a flamboyant air as sororities, fraternities, and dorms hurried to put the inishing touches on their Homecoming decorations. Imagination and ingenuity ran wild, and the effect proved awe-inspiring to the many hands of students and visitors who tourefl the campus viewing tlie disphiys. Winners crc announced and awarded trophies by General Chairman W alt Ehling Frida iiiglil at the Big Show at the held liouse. ll-uni ersit) winner of decorations was Swensen house, which also took lirst place in the Men ' s dorms division. Barnard Hall won lirst phuc in (he Vt omen ' s dorms; Alpha Chi Omega placed lirst among sororities: [ hi Sigma Delta, lirst among fraternities: and Hampton hous« ' took lirst place in the independent di ision. Biickv makes ll liol for the Wildcats. ts. The Bi- U) iliaiiip, uf lyl2 LuiiK- lu.iii,- t,. l„aiii|. Randall. Tlu- (la of the Hoinecouiing game wa cipdI. ami tin- sin(l r.illiiT liri-k. and tlum aiKl- nl cliiTriiij. ' Iari |)ack.oil lilt ' stadium to see the Hadgir- lual tin- North- western Wildcats. 24 to 20. in a garni- lliat liad |)i ' ita- tors; perched precariously on the end- of ihi-ir seats. At the half. isconsin ' s 1Q12 team w a honored. They were the last team to uin the Hig Ten I ' liampion-hip before this year ' s squad. i calling the signals for this ear " s Homecoming celebration was alt Ebling. general chairman. He was assisted bv Shirley Lenike. executive secretary; Lee Dolnich. arrangements: Donna Holschuh and ayne Taves, decorations: Bud James and Donald Paape. publicity and promotions: Marion ( ii iiniin-l ami hihii Morgridge. buttons: Art Maier. show al ihr licid liou c: Al Stauffacher. ball: ami ( hiick Hcntzin. finance. Decoratioa jii lge:i inspect a house ' s efforts. Ihr ll..rii.-romin.i; [.arailt- nu - .I..%mi I.aiii;.lon Slrrel. riir Kiii ami Oueeii ride in ihe parade. 141 1 1 iiinoroldgv committee members are, left to right: Tom Towell, Betty Wallen. Carol Waile, Diik Marlin. Marilvn Reinhardt, Dave Wfiner. Mary Malin, Nancy Behling, Jim Sliorr, I ' aiiliiic Wcnliii, lleiirv Kerns, and Bol. Little. Football heroes (ieorge () " Bricn, (Jcorfre Simkowsik, and Bernic Scliinidl visil the Kiddie Camp. That ftin-loving show of student antics and wit — Himiorologx — again pro ed a huge stiecess in this, its seventh year. Dehghted ainlieiK es Idled the L nion Theater March 13 and 14. Sponsored l) the I-F and Pan-Hel Cotincils. proceeds went to the Madison Kiddie Camp. Directing Hinnorology ' 53 activities were Dave Wei- ner and Jim Shorn general co-chairmen; Nancy Beh- ling, .secretary; Marih it Reiiiliardi. |)iihli ' il ; Robert Little and Betty ' Wallen. promotions: Henry Kerns, tickets; Mary Malin, judging; ' l )m Towell, program; Dick Martin, finance; Carol Waile. productions; and Pauline ertlin, arrangements. Master ol ceremonies was - 1 Schwartz. llumorolo :i, co-chairmen Jim Shoii (hjl} and l)a c W 142 APPY DAY umsR CAMP Gamma Phi Beta and ill I ' ., i i I m h III M .Mi|i I )ays are Here Aij Winners of Humorolog ' r were Zcia Beta Tau and Gamma Phi Beta, first | la( ' willi " lla|)py Days are Here Again. " dejjicting a kiddie iain|) laken over bv ruffians; Noyes House, seeond witli " I ' lie Smirk Mil- lane Caper, " a take-olT on the Mickey Spillane: and Pi Lambda Phi and Alpha Kpsilon Phi. third ith Cotton Candy Town, a circus scene with unappreciateil clowns going off on a strike. Trophies were awarded to the winners, and a bronze plaque inadi ' by children at the Madison Kiddie camp was also awardcil lo the first place winners. 143 .. . (. ■■Sh-|i n;:lil ii|p and make iiiir cliolce. ' " liiilttun liji: ■ riuTf are easier wa b lo make a liviii;; 7 ' i riiilil: " K ery lillle liil eouiils. " ' liiillfim riflltl: " llmin. iio« what s all lliis ahoiilV A male reaelion to Moniea Lewis This year ' s All-University Charity Drive came out on top with S4,585. Headed by Chairman Allan Kulakow. the drive boasted a lot of " firsts. " including an ail- campus work day. Campus Chest-Greek Week dance, a radio marathon. Campus Chest Kickoff banquet, and the first Campus Chest schohusiiip limd ior all sludenls. Songstress Monica Lewis liigidiglilcd (lie week uilli her appearance at the Union. Other chairmen were Doran Lotwin. co-ordinator: Sally Grotegut. secretary; Bol) Bowen, solicitations: Dick DeHart, promotions: Ka Monson. publicity: Jerr Pick, finance: and Joan Greenfield, work day. Facultv advisor was Dr. Lowell oland. CAMPUS CHEST Left to right: Shel Gendelmaii, Allan Kulakow, general chairman; Joan GreenfieM, work flay chairman; and Sally Grotegut, sec- retary. J44 Oiii- of the rarnivals fm- slums. 1 liirt) -Ine booths . . . nine kinji; Kariiival candidates . . . I ' ourl een distractetl coininitlee cliairinen . . . two (vec shows . . . live trophies . . . pre-caniival radio shows . . . Tommy Bartlett as master of eeremonies ... a mile-and-a-hail long parade . . . Cotton CanrU . . . 4,000 people . . . the I ' urple I ' ole . . . The I5ig Sco(jp . . . Dixie Doings . . . ( iold-lishing . . . clowns . . . girls . . . leg-judging conlests . . . auctions . . . roulette . . . Inn . . . games . . . noise . . . eonlnsion . . . PROCEEDS OF .$2,500 FOR CAMPUS CHEST! ll these made Campus Carni al " The Greatest shou ..r " .i:r " ! I In- hip. wiiintT uH kiiij; Karnival coiilesl CAMPUS CARIVIVAL Anvlhiii can happen in a C-ampus Carnival I) m)IIi, King George Weisbecker and (,)ueen Diirie (Jdssell. 146 llLn m B l,l, HOAKI) Ivfl Ui riiiUt: «m Shau-lincssv. Mel Biiia. Bail MiDoiifial iSlwulinfii. Nick (ialaiK.s. Kav Kiihl.naii. Ka Vlillrr. ll of tlie ponip ami spectacle ol a inilitarv review were present to make the 1053 Militar Mall a true " Night of Knights. " The Granil Marili. led 1( Col. Robert J. McBride, professor of niilitar science and tactics, the precision maneuvers of the Pershing Rifles drill learn, the crowning of King George Weisbeckcr and his (,)ueen. Durie Gossett, and the knights and shields compris- ing the decorations gave a military atmosphere to Great Hall for the night. Dancers cnj ed llic music of Larry Ladd and Etldic Lawrcni-c luitil 2 a.m.. and the 1953 Military Ball was trul a night to remember. COHKT OK HONOR— p f t, right. « i . ; KmImi C.- aii. Sally Kt ' llv. Bcala Besserdifh. Standing: Susan Moll. Jean Kiley. Jan (Jranberg. CHAlfiMEN— . ' (t. n i(: l.ou Kr -i .-r. Sl.nvarl Junkman. {Sitting). Chuck Beliliuf;. James loiikin. SUB-CHAIRMEN — If l to right, standing: Marlin Begun, Jerry Levy, Don Taylor. James Nerad, Michael Schmilz. Robert Karp, Stewart Morrhouse. Sitting: Ken Russell. RoI.erl Braiidel. 147 EIVGIIVEERIIVG EXPDSITIDIV Suili bonders as a V-1 " buzz bomb " sailing across llic lifat-|H)wer lab. seeing oiirsell on television, watch- ing (■lectric sparks iiiTn|i a roiir-lool span. ( ing eggs on a pan suspemled in mid-air. seeing al ' r run up liill. and hearing tniisie phn ed eieclroniealK b llie a ' of a hand were some of the treats enjoNed by spectators at the Engineering Exposition staged April 10 and 11 the College of Engineering. The exposition was the first since 19 U held here, and was sponsored bv the Polygon board. In all. there were 41 industrial and 75 stuileni exhibits. d ' rnonstrating wonders in all fields of engineering. Kenneth Schneck was general chairman, assisted by Ja.k Miller. Kichard Groth. Richard Crag... .lack Hurke, Vt alter Fasciak. and John llicktnan as cuinmittee chairmen. al ihi ' aiiliimolive exliibil. The exposiiion crowd walches a V-1 rockel soar across tlie lieal-power laboratory. Frying eggs uitlnml lire in a su-.|h ' iiiI(mI pan. The magic of liquid air nivstilies the crowd. 149 RED, HOT AIVD BLUE l ' lx-c )ii ids. a national lollcrN. ami a waffle iron were sonu of the iniforgettable ingrerlient ol the W53 Hares- lool |ifo(lii(liori of " Red. Hot and Bine. " Written li Howard Lindsay and Russel Grouse, " lied. Hot anil IMne " features music by Cole Porter. It was a former {{roadway show. ada|iled lor Haresfoot s use after a search for a suitable original show jiroxed futile. Celebrating its 55th year, the Haresl ' ool cluii loured the state in j)ril receiving enthusiastic audiences every- where. The U)53 itinerary included Beloit. Janesville. I,aCrosse. Wisconsin Kajiids. |i|)lelon. Kacine. Mil- waukee, and Madison, for a total of sixteen perform- ances. Haresfooters were gratified to (ind " sell-out " houses in almost everv town. The stor involved a niillionheiress whose goal was llic rehabilitation of ex-convicts. She staged a national l()llcr . sith headquarters in Washington, D. C.. to raise money for the project. The aim of the lottery was to find " Babv " . the long-lost sweetheart of Bob Hale, llic niillionheiress ' attornev. " Babvs " oid mean ol identilicaticm is a waffle iron imprint on her liirid- quarters. The complications are evident. p|iro imatcK 101) students contributed time and ellort to make " Red. Hot and Blue " a success. Roger tell served as president. Dave einer. vice-president. John incent. secretary, and l Schwartz, memher-at- large. l.lo d IVipp was business manager. Heading the cast were veteran Haresfoot [)ertormers Dave latson and Allan Schwartz, along with two ri - - corners. Ron Haase and Bob Baker. The show was I ' i- rccled h Bob Heise. while Don Voegeli served as musi- cal director for the foiirlii consecuti e vear. Haifsf.M.I " ill.-.. Ui-tuve aiul aflc The fameil Hart-sfcu.t iliorus - in two moods. Jl i pnji A THi: HARESFDDT CLUB Straw hals mean s|iriii;:l iiiic ami llarolim Since IK )!? I larcslool lias l(n ii;!lil riKiii laui;lis ti. llie |(co|(l ' (il W isionsiii and llii ' iiiiildic U( 1. The |)ur|«)se lit ' hind the clid) is not just to put on one entertaining siiow in the sjiring. hut to give men of the Universit of W isconsin a rliaili ' e to act. sing, dance, ohlain liiisiness experience, and dire ' t professional-like shows, some ol which are original, and some, past Broadway hits. This year llarcslool presented iIk ' arirnial llareslodl Follies, and the 1 53 show. " Red. Hot and IJlue " . to the campus and the state. One of these lovely ladie- Is h. I„- naim-.l " Miss II ar -sf,M.i ' l,y llip olivioiisly-qiialified panel of jiiilp 152 WiIIkhii I ' .irn. ' ll D.iiu.M W. Ivrrell HARESFDDT BDARD Members of ihe Haresfonl liiianl are. cliukwise from lower left: John Viiicenl, secretary; Allan Sehwartz. member-at-larfie: Lloyd Tripp, Inisiiiess manager: Ray 1 1 iUenliolT. Inianiial ailviser: Daye W einer. yi e-presi leiit anil Roger Axtell. president. ' J ' lic policN -making unit of the Hare. ' l ' oot Club is its t ' i ' ciili (• lioaid coinposed of two alumni advisors, a lliianrial aiKisor. autl fmu- members of the chib. The ahimni members. D. W. Tyrrell, ehairman of the lioani and president of Ray-0-Vae, and Vt illiam Pur- nell of MaeNeil and Moore, have been associated with llaresrool siii(( as earh as 1Q20. Hnlli tiiiii are slill ery aeli e in club allairs. Ra liilscnholf. also associated with Haresfoot for many years, is the clubs linancial advisor, lie accom- panies ihc group on its annual spring loiu ' . Kor the tliird lime in Haresfoot history a student has seryed as president of the club for two consecutive y ears. He is Roger Axtell of Kenosha. The other student members of the board. inceiit. Schwartz. rri|i|). and W ciiKT. silli lcll. ysere all in the cast of the 1952 llarc -fool produclion. " Follow the Girls. " ew student mciidiers of the board are electetl each Max. 153 EEK Rod Eisele fiiiiinl ilic Chariot rare world winiiiiis. " Eta Hellenes, " meanino; " l et ' s Go Greeks, " was the theme of Greek X eek U)fi.i LeacHng oil ' events, a convoratiori in ihe I niun Piicaler featiireij |ir rnineii( universilv olliciajs ami laiuilN mcrriliiTs speaking; on llie merits and (leliciencics of tlie Iralernilx s stem. I ' iie program concluded with selections ity the IF chorns, and a lilm on rushing. orkshops. exchange dinners, and a panel discussion on disrriminati(m were heltl during the week. Friday ' s activities included an aflernoon OK uipiad with tug-o-war contests between sororities, and a ihariot race hctvvcen the fraternities. In the evening the IF-Pan I lcl-( larnpns (Ihcst benelit dance. " Boethia, " was held in (ircat Hall. Greek pledges went all out Saturdav to support the Cam])us (Sliest drive in civic work projects. Virginia ickerson and .lini Shorr were general co- chairmen of the week ' s events. The Week ' s activities incliuleil the Greek Week-Campus Chest dance (Ifft). the (ireek Olympiad, with a sorority tu ;-o-war (liip), a Charleston exhibition at the dance {right), and workshop and illscussion (hiitliini). Qflusic M 1 V ' i O iL; PLAVFRS Wis.oMMTi I ' lav.Ts ollir, [iresitlcnl; Hon I ' Veizrr, ire. ( III rifihl: Nai -|prcsiilenl: anil Barl i Oak,. Iav. A scene fr »ni " ()l(l r (uaiiitaiiee. " Wisconsin I ' laNcrs is " an ((ri;anizali )n lor the purpose ol liirthering the legilimate drama and lor (lie purpose of increasing and maintaining the interest of llie stu- dents al the I ni ersitv of Wisconsin in drama 1)y fur- nishing opjiortunities for participation. stud . and j)ro- (hiclion in llie theater. " To lullill these aims Pla ers sponsored, in addition to their regular production two plavwriting contests, an onstage party for ever L nion Theater production, and two Players " Open Houses. Players also partici- pated in several nation-wide theater movements. Social lnn ' tions this vear included a Christmas parts, the Masquerade Ball, and the annual s| ring l)an(piet. Officers were Don Phelps, president: Barhara Mescr. secretary: Nancy Oakes. treasurer: and Don Phelps. Carlos Mitlag, Gretchen llardl. atxl Mian Kulakow. theater hoard members. Two scenes from ' ' Caesar anti Cleopatra. 156 A CAPELLA CHDIR Ciiju ' lla Clidir. unilcr llic dinclion of .1. Hiiss.-ll I ' axton witli the assistance of Donn Weiss, has eorii- |p|ele l another successful year on campus. I ' irsl semester the (ihoir liail r meinhers. o er liall ol uliich uere music majors. It look part in the L niversity S inphon Orchestras fall program, performing selec- tions Ironi SignuiMil Kornhcrg. ShortK lielore (Ihristmas ihc choir a[i](eare(l in the annual [)rogram presentetl in l.iilher Memorial Church h all the L niversitv music organizations. In .|anuar it ga e a concert ior miil- wintcr nnisic clinic, composefl of musical high school students from all o cr Wisconsin. man of whom may be joining a music grou| here within a lew ears. The year ' s program came to a climax this spring when the choir went on tour. Officers were Dan Saunders, president: Karl Ander- son, vice-president: Patricia Lufburrow. secretary - treasurer: Ruth Hess, librarian: Jane Bandy and Gene Britton, robarians, and Richard Tappa, accompanist. I ' irsl mil-. li ' Jt til ri ht: M. Quale. C. Gromowski. 1 ' . Sutter. H. Clia e. Sraind row: G. Voss, M. Griffin, L. Feigenbaum, R. Zerler. 7Vii ( run: J. Pascoe. B. Jones. G. Holslein. M. Otto. Fuiirlh rim-. O. Heni| . N. (iriggs. V. Nve, L. Burgv. Tifth row: D. Ward. 11. Slarr. E. Toepel. J. Sehmi.ltman. Sixth row: Vi . Bevens. l. W ulk. ,1. llulliurl. B. litihell. S. Dawley. P. Cleasby. A. Keuhn. K. Zimmer. P. Lufliurrow. K. Hess, J. Bandy, S. Kinney. K. Appleliv. Srrrntli row: K. (iilligan. R. Mason. K. Bartz. J. Kunisli. D. Landberg. J. Valley. J. Hawes. R. Tappa. ' . Day. D. Reislad. L! Forrest. I,. 1(« ...rmick. A. Prisk. Eighth row: J. Goodrich. R. Lindau. J. Osterbaus, R. Scbneider. i;if i row: K. Anderson. D. Beffa. 1. (ilynn, S. Slilgen. Te;if i roic; D. Saunilers. (i. BriHon, B. Doak, E. Raffensberger. 1 % J i . ISl The University of Wisconsin Symphony Orchestra. UmVERSITY SYMPHDIVY ORCHESTRA Ki.har l C. Church ; -s; The Universit S iii|)1i hin ( )i liestia. iiiidor tlic ili- rectioii of Professor Rirhard C. Cluirrh, presented sev- eral coneerts dtiriiig the ear and made radio traiiscri|t- tions of programs for presentation over W II . Officers were Bill de Malijinon. |iresidenl: Hetty Casida, vice-president: Rtilli Driickenmiller. Ireasurer: and Jeanne Rowley and Uick AInes, librarians. 158 MEDICHDIR Medichoir was originally organized lo rullill llit- nifil sliiilents " need for recreation. It is a groii| of niediral students who sing because they enjo it. First organized in the fall of l ' )| ). M.-diclioir pre- sented its first concert in Mn . 1 ). (). and uoii the all- campus Song Tournament in U).t1. In l ' ). " ll the Choir won its special division in the Song ' rournament. Medichoir exchanged concerts with the choir of Mar- quette University and also sang for several functions in Madison. One of the highlights this year was the Christ- mas Concert given jointly with the Nurses Dorm Choir. Officers were Bob Edmondson. director: (ieorge Stebbins, business manager; and Don Scluil . librarian. tint ro», ( t,i right: Bill ItMiiiiiaii. ,|..liii K.x-pkp. Kolirrl Hnmu. Sheldon Wagner. Don Sehiilz. Roger Hirscli, Richard Schwartz. George Kroncke. Carl Sdiniidl. (ieorjic Sichhins, Ray Skupniewicz. Warren Rieher. Ben Rusy. Slan llohson. John Sieberl. Roherl Weaver, Eugene W estoTi. Kohi-rl F.drnoiid.-ion. Second row: Don Hampel. Charles Ei l, Jame... Brandenburg, Gil Weed, George Bogumil, Ilarrv amahiro, Richard llcilman. Armin Fuhlhrigge, Philip Dihhle. Roherl Douglas, Julian Newman, Phil Boehrer. Bill Roberts, Theodore Roberts. James Hanson. Ralph W halev, Clarence Kliick, John Wear. Third nnr: Dale Everson, Richard Holder, Clav LaBrec. Richard Berge. Don I ink. Robert Brisbin. Ken Hurst. Rav Giistafson. Bill Schrader, Don Monson, Charles McMoran, Lloyd C,,lts. Marvin Hinkc. loin Miller. Richard Wallrick. Harlan Faib)r. Charles Kitcb. Richard Hansin. Elton Eai?twood. n fK ri ' -- ' 4T » ' ' - 7 ' I ? ' ♦ l.i9 A fl 1 « f ' I l-iisl n„r. Icfl to rifihl: I ' . Johnson. l.iir-on. k. nunf:. . Sliloss. 1) DiiMuin. ,). Ilnnllcv. J. Ri)l,erts..n W . (iasl. Sriiiiiil niir: P. Friedman K. l).-(;ran. .1. Kavni.r. I). Horner . Walslen. .1. Molslad. .1. Illlen feldl. K. l.r»is. {•.. Sinnipf. k. kei lei. Mr. .). K. I ' aMon. Tliinl ,„„■: (; le er. K. klessij;. . Consifinv. T Con.sijinv. .1. MeNall. W . .Slio ren J. Lord. ' K. Mnrrav. J. Nielsen. K Baker. K..Si.illi. I mlcr till ' aide diroclion ol ' .l. Kiisscll i ' axloii and liis assistaiil Domi Vi eiss, the Men ' s Chorus pre.seiUe(l a()|)i ) iinalel twenty-five programs this year, both on and oil ' rainpus. They also gave a combined Christmas program with Capella Choir and Vt Omen ' s Chorus. ( )nicers were Donald Dannm. president: David Horner, vice-president: and Nick Christopoulas, .secre- lar -treasurer. MEIV S CHDRUS Tlie University Women ' s ( liorus. imdcr the direction of Mrs. Helene S. Blotz, joined the Men ' s Chorus and Capella Choir to present the very successful inter ( ' .oncert. I ' he annual Spring Concert this year was given W n M F IVf ' 1 ' " ' " ' " .i " " « ' f ' " " ' th A Capella Choir. omen ' s Chorus was organized to further interest in P IJ H 11 ¥T P music by women of all the university colleges. In addi- tion to the two concerts, the Chorus presented pro- grams at several informal engagements. Officers for the year were .Jidie Gerke, president; .lulielle Gerke. vice-president: Marilyn Khode, secre- tar -treasurer: and Janice Beyer, librarian. First row, left to right: Professor Blotz. N. Williamson, M. Rhode, .T. (i erke. J. (;erke. B. Mtman. M. Srhomiseh. 1. Ilein. Second rou: I. .lohnslon. ,1. Beyer, J. Helgeson. .1. Payton, D. Rubin, A. Hollander. Third row: K. Kaiser, R. Niehl- hanser, B. Dougherty, C Buek. L. Bender, L. Feigenhaum, B. Olson. B. Garlier, C. . lahan, L. Greenfield. F. Rosio. Fourth row: P. Green. J. Faskinj; . Mossman. J. krogen. J. Kos.ri. I). Bruf-e. N. (Jilmour, J. tiollM-halk. k. Heideman. Fifth row: J. Anderson, J. Kujawa, K. Rey- merl. P. Grossenbacher, M. Parker, R. Williams. 160 SUMMER AT WISCDIVSIIV Kflaxiiij; m llie pier — a summer scIkhiI si ' This |)iir is more l i)ical: must lie e am time. Here ' s wliat I nion patrons see in llie summer walk lUmu l.eautiful Willims Ur 161 THROUGH THE YEAR... m .J ' 3 4l ZiS I Lliii -«?-,■ i-, . .«i HEART DF THE EAMPUS Tilt- heart of (lie catiiinis. llic Mcinorial I iiioii. rraincd agaiiisl picliircstjiie Lake Meiidola. |ini i(lesa eosiiio- politan, jet lioinej atmosphere for students froiii all points of the eompass. and all parts of the globe. Here (111- sliidcnl widens his intellectual and social horizons in this campus meeting ground (jf Kast, West, North, and South. Whether he wishes to relax with his home- town [»aper in the lounge, review the state of the nation in an animated discussion in the Rathskeller, hear a jazz session, see a movie, dance, dine, or play billiards or integrate himself in the vast connnittee work, he is cer- tain to find outlets for all the varied moods of his per- sonality in his V isconsin Union. 164 Girls learned billiards, too. Each year brings adiieil inctiiorifs and new programs to the ever-enlarging picture of tlie isconsin Union. Among tlie memorable special events in the Union in H)52-53 were the appearance of X alt Kelh. originator of Pogo: the fervor of the election party held in the Rat on Nov. 4; anil the gala excitement of the Rose Bowl victory dance. An innovation was the recording of pro- grams for the Veterans " Hospital. orld-known per- sonalities who visited were Frank Lloyd bright. Jan Peerce, Blanche Thebom, and Eleanor Roosevelt. Jazz and classic lovers ' mnsical tastes were satisfied with the presentations of Norman Granz ' Jazz at the Philhar- monic and the Boston Pops Orchestra, typical of the varied programs of the L nion. Kepiihlicans were all smiles at the Fonini ( -iminiit tee ' s election party. Taped programs were made by members of the Library and Theater Committees. the vietorv dance in Greal Hall after Wisconsin was selected for ihe Rose Bowl. p ■ ■■i MrB I HIiMnTT E ' ST Kiilxire co-orclinators are inlcrviewed f(»r llii- iMiltli - rela- tions committee. Theater Committee and the W isoonsin l ' laycr collaliDralc to produce a Studio Play. Not onl) does the Union provide the campus with recreational facilities and programs, hut it also serves as a training ground where students can learn how to plan and carry out programs, and most of all how to pet along with others. Serving as the Dej)artment of Social Education, the Union helps in training fiititre leaders in this iin])ortant (ield. Most important is the informal " learn by doing " editcation it gives to its over five hundred committee members. On these committees students plan, arrange, and execute the many and varied programs which the Union offers. From hanging an art show to running a dance, the Union ' s programs are planned and run by the students. The Union Directorate — program jilanninf; bodv of the Union. DEPARTMEIVT DF Mud. ' Ml d.iiirr al a DaiK ' r Conunlll.-r Kirk-dll Kail. 166 Judges look over entries in the Salon of rl »illi tlic (ial- lerv Committee. The Forum anil Gallery Committees merl Iraiik l.loyd right after his speech. DCIAL EDUCATIDIV Th.- II,.M-.- C.mml c,,„„s,,r- a .(.nV.- Iloilr ill ill.- I llicii I. Fans receive aiilo;ira|ili Irniii jaii Peerce, slar of a Music Commitlee coiucrl. Imlustrioiisl News Bureau. Ohrislmas spirit pervades the Union al iIk ralini; parly. L iiion policies and programs are worked out li tlie Directorate and Counril and represent the ideas and work of the various Union romniittees. The eomniittee system in llie liiion provides an outlet lor varied stu- dent interests. In the tail and winter interviews, imder the direction of the Activities Bureau, students apply for positions on Union committees. As a memher of one of these com- mittees, such as theater, a student member will help arrange for studio plays with Wisconsin Players, as well as make plans for touring productions such as the Salzburg Marionettes, and Vashi and Veena. Kick-Off Ball dances in the fall are a project of the Dance Com- mittee, whose interests a lso include Campa dances. Danskeller. 770 club, and various parties during the year. The I nion ( lonnril — policy-making lioclv of the Union. :inniial deco- fk n n 1 1 1 ' 5 .4 . . t - ' ' kI 1 i iii f - ' 1 H - ! Hfl [ I K fC in Iv . . I ' S 4 v bv A. 167 K.l.hrn l.r ihr lli)()fiT " s W iiilcr ( ' .a I 111- I ' jilerlaiiiers " (riiild presents The Hiiiiidingers at 770 rlult. Lli B B ■rm W ' Bil " B PSE l fl PCy G ig F -r ls X y 6 J rii£ (irail liMl,-iil,- lake [I It cm a Suii(la afleriioon for a cuni-. ' Iioi Cafeteria eiiisine tastes good to members of the Commons Commitle 168 Big needles kiiii fi House parli, . II III. ' Hon-..- C.n UHIDIV COMMITTEES FDR ALL Selfctiiif: and installiiij; iiKinlliK arl cxliihils i_ri ' s llir Gallery (loinmittee members an oji|) rliinit to obtain introdiirlions to the latest art forms and to meet the artists themselves. The Forum Committee uill recall llie a|(|(earaii e of Frank Lloyd Vt right, and the hepinning of the W iseon- sin Union Debates, whii-li produced some of the most interesting and stimulating discussions of the year. Members of the Xews Bureau are the nosiest people in the Union as they gather the news about Union activities and functions. They serve as the press agent for the Union. The Film Committee previews and selects films for weekly presentation in the Play Circle. Thev sponsor Cinema Shop and arrange for special lilm showings and discussions. Better relationship between merii ' an and foreign students is the prime objecti e of the International Club. For fifty years it has given students the oppor- tunity to get to know and imderstand other people and customs. International Club sponsors Dance Time, the Friendship Hour, as well as regular parties and meet- ings to promote friendship. The Grail Clubs activities are pineU social and in- clude Sports Nights. Simdav afternoon coffee hours, and social and square dances. It offers its members a varietv of recreation and a chance to meet other grads and facultv members. The annual Beefeaters Banquet is the responsibility of the Commons Committee. The banquet is a recogni- tion diiuier for Union committee members in honor of the work they do to keep the Union fimctioning smooth- ly and efTiciently. The Commons Committee sets poli- cies for L nion dining rooms and handles student ' s sug- gestions for impro ements of dining facilities. " Movies were belter than c i-i " " al the I ' lav Circle — ask the P ' ilm Committee. The Internaliiinal «!luli celelirateil its (.lili-n ami The House Committee is eonferned with many areas in the Union. Members serve as hosts and hostesses for the Union, sponsor the Friday eolTee hours, open houses, and all-rampus Hstening parties. Members also conduot tours for visitors. Jan Peerce was one of the featured artists of the Con- cert Series which is planned h the Music Committee. The committee members also handle the arrangements for the concert record hours, jazz record hours. Raths- keller jam sessions, and Sunday music hours. The coordination of campus opinion and the policies of the Union is the main job of the Public Relations Committee. The committee rei ' ommends and works on campus projects which have I nion support such as Parents fckcnd. Red Cr is IiIdoiI ilrisc. and Canipns Chest. The (;rafts Committee sets | (ilii ir- lur tin- ()rk lii)p and darkrooms. Th ev put on a ciinlininiu- -ale ot hand- crafted articles made by students in addition to the Christmas Craft Sale, and Village Fair. The displa) of articles in the workshop lobby and the I nion lounge is also planned by the members. Promotion of student interest in L nion games facili- ties is the objective of the Games Committee. They plan for film showings of isconsin football games, sponsor bridge tournaments, exhibitions and lessons in table tennis, bowling, billiards and chess. The creation of literary interests and recreational reading opportunities is the concern of the Librar Committee. A creative writing contest, discussions, book talks, and purchase of books and magazines for the Union librarv are projects of the committee. Ever bodv loves a dav out on the lake or a day climbing the bluffs at Devil ' s Lake. Hoofers is the Union group which sponsors excursions and week-end trips for those who love the great outdoors, and pro- vides equipment and facilities for acti itie- such as sail- ing, hiking, canoeing, skiing, hor-iliack ridiiii. ' . ami archer . W h., W ho on I ni. can tell vou. M.-i- ' 111.- cli ilip Bureau Costumes from many lands give color to tlie International Cliib " s Costume Ball. Mlfrn.cn.l left. Allcuiaiul riillil . . . Dame Coniinitto SiinilaN night square dance. Vwards are given in the Library Committee " annual ative writing contest. Lake breeze- an. I M,..- -kie- [.rere.inisite. f,.r Hoofers saMii l() ' ) PDGD VISITS WISCDIVSIIV i i(iii iir I?ailf;rrs have Ion;; liii ' fi iiilliii ia lic laii ( r ihal lc al l lilc ' NNaiii|i crilliir. I ' iilio. aii l all ol llic |i )ssimi " s liltif Iriciuis wlio cax nrl in I hi ' i(iiiiir |iaf:( ' s of llif lail ticuspapcrs. So wlicii I ' ofjo ciralnr. Wall Kill . isil -.l Madisiiii la l fall lli( liirnrd owl li llic tiiousands lo iiK ' cl llit- ricalui- nl llii- animal u has sctxed as (lie I?adj;ci " s nia -col lui- sr (ial cais. Kfll «a iTicl li I ' djio liiriiscir w lirii lie arri (d in Madison, much lo his snr|Misi-. and lofjolhcr lhc niadi ' a whirl- wind lour of ihi ' iil anil liic caiinms. «ilh ihc high- lighls |(i liiri(l on ihis page. A jaiii-i)ai-keil Ralhskellar hoar.l K.ll niii..,!,,.-,- his s«am[i folk. I Wall K.-ll au.l r,,-u,,un, lUc.ampii- fr.i.n Hasiciii Hill. H p k _ a lMP i II ;: " " ' Ir jr A i ' ,, " n larl k,-i-|. Ill:- ri.-.il.., Imi- .ill I . .1:1 ,,| ,1 11 II I k-. W all anil I ' m. ' o " ot a salute from Badgrr foolliall fans. 170 ' Omaniz ' t First roic. Irft tii rigln: F. F. Malrolmson. Ron Snill. l)i«ii Timmons. Jack Brissee. Fred Keiiiiaiiii. Bill ' i ar. Hill Ne idiiiger. Karl Alfter. SpcotuI nm- Don Silvir. Dick (;ahi-iel. jolui Ilcrr... Bill Brissee, Bol Cadwell, Paul Moors, Di k McAllister. Jerry Hoose. John Jonker. Third rim " . I ' cler Norf;. Dave Kiickiik. Andv Cochrane, Jim Johnson, Roper llollidav, Lyle Hi;:)!!. Dick Dana-Bashian. Dick Finch. John (;ad,m. ALPHA PHI OMEGA Alpha Phi Omega is a national service fraternity composed entireh of former Bov Scouts. As set forth in their constilulion. their purpose is " to assemble college men in the fellowship of the Scout oath, to develop friendship, and to promote service to humanity. " This ear to carry out iheir aims, the fralernil gave the annual Christmas party for the Bo and Girl Scouts of W ashington School, supervised the campus elections, and ran and sponsored the U. M. O. C. contest. Officers for the year were Fred Reimann, president: Hill l ' i ar arid Jack Brissee. i ' e-[iresidents: Ron Scott, recording secretar) ; Roger Ilollirlas. corresponding sec- retar : ,Folm Herro, historian: and I ' aul Moors, alumni secretary. Advisors are Dr. l)a id Kacrrcis. P. II. Norg, and K. F. Malcolmson. 172 •V;,s( „„ . . ( h.ii-hl: l!,.l,rrl Hrm n. Mov.l Walkins, Donald Hamiii. SiTniul row: l{ v,■l•| Sl,-nilM-r-. Sandra Si,-rl. Nanrx NcImI. MariKi. Nloillcr. I ' aula Cornish, Or. Winslon Brembeck, Juli.- Cranr, ( iisrla Saii.l.-rs. Kil„.| Karris. Hcn.tIn Uandall. Slaidev W lii-alrr. Third riiiv: Panl Thompson, Donald Levi, Geor{; ' lrir|iii . Slardcv k ri|i|)rr, r. crd.l KoIm-. (ic-rald I.epp, .lohn Burr. I)a id Ia((;regor. Harry Vernon, Carler (ircgg, John N.Mip -rt. IMiilip l ' , .isol.-. h„iulli r„n: (;ranl Blum. Koland Nehring, Gary Bormen, Robert Ozburn, Donald Taylor, Brude i ' clersen, Oscar Schmiege, David Kovenotk, Charles Nash, Jack Osswald. WISCDIVSIIV FDREIVSIC UIVIDIV The Wisconsin Forensic Union is (lie ntil forensic organization on campus, and is open to all slmlents. It is niaini) a debating society, but includes all kinds of forensic activities sucli as radio speaking. oralor . and other public speaking. The annual spring banquet is the highlighl of social activities. Officers were Robert Briider. president: Donald llainni. ice-president: Gisela Sanders, secretary-treas- urer: and .lean Uollc. historian. Dr. . I.. I?r iiilicck is the ad isor. 17.3 Iirsi n„r. Irfi i„ riulu: I.. Ka-lehur-jer. L. Kdsc. I ' . Ke ll,• . »,. l;iK. .1. M,inl.illM-r. J. Scliiiurr. N. lcNuli . J. l-i ilsililcr. K. Casllolx-if;. Srniiul rou-: H. Rowe. J. Jones, L. Persohhaclu-r. M.Clark. I,. S.li.-il.. 1. Vrcola. l. W.slphal. l. W alcrs. J. Helzer. Tliinl row: S. Rule, J. Bachus, M. Schmitz, D. kloiri. .1. Sill.ar. F. I)p(;ran. l. Mini. M. 1 liiinplirev. B. Kriilav. B. Flalley. r„„rlh n.ir: C. Gregg, P. Wangelin, E. McMahon. I). Kniilli. l-ijtli nm: V.. Kan.lall. I ' . .Inhiisoii; U. Jones. J. Cattanach. R. Oiil. I. Frye, R. Carlson, L. Alferz, K. Seidemann. YDUIVG REPUBLICAIV CLUB The largest political organization on the University of Wisconsin campus had one of its most successful years. In aililition to aiiling llic ictorious Rcpulilican campaign, its activities included such services as pre- senting informative programs for first voters on regis- tration antl absenti ' c hallols. holding ludcnl forums on current political issues, and pro idiiig opporlimities for practical political experience. Social activities for the year included an election vic- tor part . a reception for elected Republican state oflicials. and (he annual picnic. Officers were Jack Steinhilber, chairman; Ned Mc- Nultv. vice-chairman: Joanne Schnurr. corresponding sccrclar : Patricia kennev, recording secretary; and John Cattanach. Kohcrt liirra . and Ken Scidcmaiui. directors. 174 First run; left tu right: Wanda (Jiesc. Sue Nahbefeld. Mary Moore. Second rote: Elaine Boeder, Jean Kasmier, Adrienne Robinson, Peggy Elveh- jem. Third row: Grace Shaw. Peggy ooii. Terrv Kintllehintler, Virginia Hall. .-It right, standing: Donna (Jillev. Sitting: Jane Griem. LEAGUE OF WDMEIV VOTERS The League of omen oter. was organized two years ago on tlie W isconsin campus an l is open to any girl. Aetiyities includetl discussion meetings on goyern- nient, international alTairs. anil matters of public inter- est; programs featuring speakers from the Madison League of Vi omen Voters and the university faculty: and the annual mork V. . contest. Officers for the ear were .lane Griem. president: .Sue abbefeld. yice-president: Donna Gilley. secretary : Eya Perlman. treasurer: and Adrienne Robinson. Vir- ginia Hall, and Priscilla Rurhans. board members. Mrs. .loseph Shaw is the adyisor. ETA KAPPA LAMBDA Lla Kappa Lambda has been in existence on the campus for onh slightly oyer a year. This honorary grou[) was formed a year ago last February to recognize outstanding leadership and service of girls living in the uni ersity residence halls. Resides its objective of stim- ulating leadership, Eta Kappa Lambda also serves in the exchange of ideas among the v arlous women ' s resi- dence halls ami between the halls and the campus. Officers were Carol Parlow. president: Helen Wong, yice-president: Rarbara Hamilton, treasurer: and Marv W agcncr. secretar : J ' he group is advised b Mrs. Julia Hill. First roil, left to right: Eslelle Toepel. Kulh Merow, Barbara llamillon. Jo Ann Hornung. Second ron-: (larol Parlow. Mrs. Jnlia Hill. Helen Wong. Third nnc: Betly W eiland. Sally Peterson, Diane Dahl, Bar- bara Barim. Lucille Bodeau. 175 hirsi n,M. , ( „ riiilil: ( ;harlul I.- i:„((vs. IIk-i. Hr .iiiski. Ilrlrii M.-lcr ' iv. Conslanrc Kii.-.l. ami Sandra Baron. Sffoiul nnr: Patricia Swisher. Marion K ' rin, Joan Anchor Weinplein, Karen (iolilhcr , uniilen- tified. Jane Cole. I ' alricia JelTerson. Miss L. E. Halverson. PHYSICAL EDUC mOIV CLUB I ' he purpose of oincn ' s I ' lixsical I ' Murutioti Club is to promote good fellowship anioug P. K. majors, to fur- tlier llie highest ideals and interests of the profession, and to hring all people of the department into closer eontaet with each other. The constitution and the P.E. Hoard were revised this year in order t » hring the dance and general major divisions into closer coo[)cration. S[iccial e ents each year in the club are the F ' reshman- Transfer Tea. the P.E. banquet, the P.E. Christmas party, and a P.E. Senior Swingout. Officers were Connie Fried, president: Helen Melanv. vice-president; Theo Bryzinski, secretarj; and Char- lotte Calfey. treasurer. Advisor to the club is Miss Lola Halverson. WDMEIV S ATHLETIC ASSDCIATIDIV The Women ' s Athletic Association was established on the L niversity of Wisconsin campus about 1915. Since then its purpose has been to promote the participation of imiversity women in sports. W. A. A. this year added a new activity to its pro- gram by introducing co-recreational volleyball to the students. In addition to the many sports offered, W. A. A. also sponsors Wiskits, Dolphins Club, and Orchesis Club. Each )ear they offer scholarships to girls who have participated in W. A. A. activities, and in recent jears they have sponso red the Homecoming balloon sale. Officers of W V. A. were Marge Meridith. president; Mary Kekstad, vice-president; Mary Singer, recording secretary; Jean Babler, corresponding secretary: and Gwenn Sindle, treasurer. Miss Joan Martin acts as advisor to the group. .S™ c . , M.M ,(: .lean i)o|i|.. Lncy Lowrev. Marel Small, loan erner. Nancy Uci l. Mar Siiifier. .lean Babler, Carol W aile. ;wcn(l,.lyn Sindle, Marjoric Meredith, Marv Ellen IVksta.l, Belh Morrison, M ' . Patricia F ngland, Jane Curr, Karen Reymerl, Pal Jefferson, Pal Pnr- tell. Stantling: Lois Hunter, Joan Malley, Miss Joan Martin. 176 Fiisl nm: Uft to ri iht: K. Nicln.U. S. Slia«. .1. Jdliaiisfii. R. (H.ldmaii. K. Ki. .ail. (;. Olseil. L. Van Zailill. Smiiiil n,i,: 1. Winder. N. I.em. M. M.r. ' .lilli. . (iicse. Miss Fritz. C. Bnu ' ficmami. P. Heniltrechl, ( . Co.K. (,. Killer. J. Ciehler. TliinI n,n: J. Iliiminann. R (Jill. B. Biir- rnci liT. I). Daville. K. Larseii. L. Jolinsoii. J. Leiherniati. A. Albrighl. K. iiitim. J. kralscli. A. Stevens. fintrlh rmc: L. Uiinter, N. Mat- llicMs. S. Siverlu ' i;;. M. nemmer, l. Ki-rin. I,. Ki. livelier. l. Small. .1. I..nillil. J. Kilev. (;. Aiiders.m. K. Mid.lleton. l-iflh nm-. .1. Kilmer. . Deimliii!:. J. l.,rasli. K. Ban- man. WDMEIV S DDLPHIIVS )inen ' .s Dolphins is a club «liich has the Lathrop Hall j)ool as its unique nieetirij; plare. The cKib is artually a combination of junior and senior Dolphin Clubs and was organized on campus about 30 vears ago to promote interest and increase skill in sw imming. Outstanding activities this year included participa- tion in the Men " s Dolphins show in the fall, presenta- tion of the Spring Pageant in April, and the annual spring banquet after the pageant. Officers for the year were Carol) n Brueggemann. president; Ann Giese, vice-president; Priscilla Helm- brecht. secretary; Carolyn Cody, treasurer; Sally Roberts, historian: and Nancy Leni and Marge Mere- dith, co-chairmen of the Spring Pageant. Miss Kathryn Fritz is the advisor. MEN S DDLPHIIVS Men ' s Dolphins is a club which is open to all men on campus, and which is designed to promote interest in swimming. After a period of inactivity during the war, Men " s Dolphins was reorganized in 1948. Members presented the Aqua ( arnisal and jiarlicipated in the Women ' s Dolphins " program in the spring. Officers were Hob Mueller, president: Bavard Rich- ards, secretarv : and Bob Kevetter, treasurer. The club advisor is ,)ohn Hickman. Back row. left to right: Keith Chernc, Roily Bester. Al kueny. John Hick- man, advisor: Roderick Tillman, Robert kelhe. Richard Nigbor. Sec- mid nm-: Robert Baker. Bavard Richard. Robert Mueller. Rilbert Kevetter. Jack Iloagland. l- ' ronl rinf: Ken Opgenorth. Robert Kiie i . Jerry Berres. Tom Sprackliiig. Jim Longee. 177 U. W. RED CROSS riir I rii .r il of W i (oii iii r llif;r iiiiil of llic mi-r- icaii Nalional Kcd Cross, orjraiii .cd .)aiiuar l . I ' . ' )!. has spoiisort ' d all ( ' aiii|)iis hlood di-iv ' s and urTic lirsl aid classi ' s. (nkitif; u il li lu(litil -racidl (li il I )clriis ' CoinmiUecs it helped plan lor (a il Dcleiisc ciiicrjii ' ii- cies oil campus. hen r( ' (pi ' slc l. llic (•ollci. ' ;f iinil liir- nisiicd rcrn ' alioiial pi-isonnci lor 1 riia licid. Sinrc Jaiuiarv, 1952, sliidt ' iils, lacidtN. and civil service em- ployees liave contrihnled over 3. ()()() pinis of hlood al campus mohile o|)erations. Officers for this )ear were David Slignani, chairman: Peggy i ' lvehjem and Florence Frey, vice-chairmen; and Donna Martens, secretary. Silling, left to right: Margaret Selien- iiing. Florence Frey. Standing: Milton (Jesserl. Kolierl Levin. Dave Sti ' inani. SUMMER MUSIC ELIIVIC An annual summer event sponsored hy the Univer- sity of Vi isconsin School of Music is the Music Clinic for high school musicians, each vear attracting promis- ing young musicians from all over the state to study music, and to enjoy the university campus. Fred Waring was the guest comluetor at the 19.52 Music Clinic. 178 Fred Waring enjoys a laiigti al llie music clinic. ■ T T Hi 1 " (Juldoor classes make learning music more fun. i gl r V I iisl run. liji t(i riglil: Carol I ' urlow, Jraii Braalz, LdiiIm- Lillman. Frieda Maicaum, Helen Scharriugliauseii, Edaalull Harkliahri. Smm d roic: Paslor Wessliiig. Carol Braatz, Val Herzfelill, Virgil Naiiniaun. Armiii Fuhlbrigge. Third riiir: Eililli W eege. Duane Kuehl, Milt Engel, Harold Slrassburg, Elmer Martli, Edward ilugdahl, Larrv Dassow, Pat Hornbv. CALVARY LUTHERAIV STUDEIVTS COUNCIL Caharv IjHtlicraii Stiidents " Council wliicli lias been on campus since i ' J25 is a student center sponsoreil by the joint synods of Missouri and Wisconsin. Its aim throughout the years has been l pr() iilc a church home away from home. The Council ' s activities are nian and (h ersi(ied as may be noted by the fact thai llic organization won the Independent League basketball championsliip last year. Sunday evening cost suppers are one of the many help- ful services of liie group. Officers on the Council were Val Herzfield. |)resident; Armin Fuhlbrigge, vice-president; Carol Braatz. secre- tar : irgil Maiimami. treasurer: Kdilh Horciiardt. re- ceptionist: Carol Farlow. personnel chairman: Larrv Dassow. usher chairman: Erna Berndt, publicity chair- man: Diianc Kuciil. publications cliairman: Mill Lngcl. athletic chairman: Louise Leilmann. chief hostess: and Helen Scharringhauseii, program chairman. 180 Food, eiilerlaiiiineiil. anil ( Iirislian fellow- sliip are to lie found al ihe l iitheran Slu- (ient House cverv Sunday evening dur- ing iheir cost supper. LUTHERAIV STUDENT ASSDCIATIDH The Lutheran Student Association is maintained by the iseonsin Lutheran Student Foundation in eoopera- tion with the National Lutheran Council. Activities are directed hv Rev. . H. HetlamL canijius pastor for Lutheran students. Activities this vear inchided regidar Sunday iiight supper meetings, open houses, chapel services, study groups, informal gatherings, and parties. Officers were Rolf Giere. president: Kimherly Peter- son, vice-president; Shirley Scheerer. secretary: Erwin Oenes. treasurer: Joan Krenzien. hospitality chairman: Ben Frank, contacting chairman: Ivan Sletten. stew- ardship chairman: Vernon Briiette. recreation chairman: Katherine Monson. publicity chairman: Mary Belle Pierce, worship and study chairman; and Bill Genthe, Sunda ni ' dit chairman. The chai el is available to students at all time? for quiet meililuli Pastor Hetland assists students in their Bible studv. 181 • " n-n first run; left to right: D. Johnson, M. Michalson, R. Weaver. F. Schoenemann, D. Pallerson, C. Towers, L. Tihbitls, L. Erdmann, D. Palmatier, J. Pelton. Second roiv: H. V eart, J. Conley, B. Davey, H. Faillace, S. Conger, M. Bellville, i l. Heebink. Rev. Jack Collins, C. Huenink, T. Barlanil. Tliird row: D. Taylor, C. Miller. M. Jedamus, P. Jedamus, D. Burgess. H. Slarr. D. Beadle, K. Conger, T. Martin, H. Yainahiro, M. Pallister, J. Forsler, M. Kassowilz, C. Bosch. I). rill(T. Fniirth row: R. Brown, C. Wilson, J. MacRae. J. Brown, S. Smith, A. Bosch, V. Rabe, Rev . Bob Villwock. PRESBYTERIAJV STUDEIVT CEIVTER FDUIVDATIDIV A hav-windowed iannoiistoiie Iniildiiig on the corner of Murray and Slate streets: that ' s what Pres House might be called. But none of the students who worship there on Sunday morning (tr at Wednesday night ves- pers, or go to the Sunday evening suppers, the coffee hours, the student and discussion groups, or sing in the choirs woidd describe Pres House as just a building. Pres House is a commimity of students, responding to the need for something more than the book-learning of the Hill. Students who waul lo N )rshi[i atiil lia c fellowship with others, lo learn more about their Christian heritage and serve their Iclloumcu. and who desire a place where they can share llieir fears and hopes and find a homey, friendly place to relax, form this comnHuiity. There are fifty-six student officers led by Don Miller, Curt X ilson and Tom Barland, chairmen of the three administering boards. Rev. " Jack " Collins, minister director: Rev. Bob Villwock. associate minister: Miriam Bellville. music director; and Carol Towers and Fa) Schoenemann guide and direct the work of Pres House. 182 p O a -v 1 k w. . V- (5 V u ir ' Bach nm left li rii iil: Harr l.rii-k . |)..ii Levi, Don echstein. Waller Schweriii. Alan Olslian. Kmanual Staiilaii. Sninul row: Dolores Kohl. Bellv Pavne, Lorraine Shaffer, Renee Rohter, Jovce Rosenblall, Carolvn Jaffe, Eva Ferlman, Doris ran: uoiores ivoni. Deii i ayiie, i orraine onaner, r euee ixonier, jo ce rxoseiiuiaii, Vjaroivii j Marshek. Max Ticktin. Front row: Connie Wolf, Don Miller, Barry Goodman, Leonard Kaltman, Caryl Weiss, Hanna Bensinger. BIVAI BRITH HILLEL FDU BATID llillfl Foiiiidation has sought to promote interests in ciillural. reUgious. eiUicational. and social matters by tTiaking a aihihle to students classes in Hebrew. Bible -tuil . .)tui h histors. and .lewisli tlioiiglit. During the course of the vear ver tine films and outstamling speakers were part of the program. Social acti ities included a ha ride at li Hill in November, a spring picnic, and a banquet to honor officers of the past vear and outstanding members. Publication of the Hillel Review is another important club acti itv. Officers were Len Kollman, president: Caryl Weiss, vice-president: Barry Goodman, secretary, and Donald Miller. Ircasiuer. 183 i;i l I liisi ,.,„. I, II In n-Ui. l. l,ri a. Donald I ' iq.enl.iirg, (ieraltl Marr, U..I.. ' Knoliu ki, llarli lliiirKli , Aiuliuii Ciul.len. Smmd rim-. Alwyn Louden, Tliomas BarUuid. K, anudiiro. Josepli An field. Frank Kiililnian, (Iharle; Kuhlman. Robert Kohn, James lloniiold. Y M C A Cainpiis-witle activities iiirludccl the puMishing of the " W isc()ii8in Collegian " for freshmen, Freshman Cami). Faculty Fireside Forums, international stuflents " affairs discussion groups, a Christmas festival. Inter- collegiate conferences, cooperative programs with the student church groups and the YWCA, emergencv loan fimd service, individual and group counselling, and other activities which stimulate students to take con- structive action in those areas in whii-h the YMCA operates. Construction of the new $650,000 University YMCA Building on the corner of iV. Brooks anil . joinison Streets hegan in Seplemhcr. a lding another chaplcr to the rich historv of the Association on campus. lur tiic present, usi- of the old building is limited to the two lower floors and basement until the new building is completed. 184 l)( K iri()RY — Vm row. left lo ri ilil: R. (;ill,erlson. K. Nanz, J. W eiliaupt. K. Kuldman, K. CInpperl. Second row: J. Yanikowski. P. Jusl. J. Anslield, Mrs. Dais, C. kuldman. W . Mellu ili. A. Menza, T. Barland. Third row: L. Burckle, E. Reuler. R. Johnson. J. Leill, R. Rodeau. M. Booher, A. Pocse. N. liiisky, K. Srliroeder. G. Paredes, J. Honnold. Fourth roiv: (i. lescli, I ' . (;ill. ' lle. R. Bulir. W . Milliard, N. Anderson, W. Fields, A. Ludwig, A. Mayo. C. Thomas. I irsi r„i,. Irfl In ri-hl: :. Lmuliiuirk. I,. I,-iz .t. I.. Sli.,-s %. S. l{,,l„Tls. S. La- Harn,. I). Uorlini. V. l„v. J. S,l„„-,k. . .-ill,-nhill..r. J. !Viri..l. S,;,„„l ,„„: Mrs. .1. Wliill.l. .1. Il .n,lri.ks .n. 1 ' . I ' vr. ' . Miss W. Wvfial. M. ( ;allaf;her. ,1. Ovcrn. 1 ). IMoo " . E. SpU-ll. Thinl nm-: B. Milrfu-ll. |{. 1 ' ro.know. K. M.„„iT.-. K. Cleasby. N. I..I.1. II. Siniili, N. Scheur- rTUiii. .1. Swenson, Mrs. D. W.l.l,. B. Ilenel. J. llawlev. n. Bnmii. Y W C A The WCA is open to all women on campus, what- ever tlieir rehgious. vocational, or activitv interests are. The reaH .es that an open anil searching mind re- ijuircs the freedom to " doiiht " and ask questions ahout our lailh anil ciliiration. In their sharing ol ' ideas a strong group Iceling and spirit e ohes. The year ' s theme, " the place of women in inerican culture, " included weekly membership meetings, fresh- man camp and firesides, a Christmas bazaar and festi- val, and International week-ends. Officers were Beth Mitchell, president: Florence Menning, vice-president; Charlene Schaefer, secretarv: and Darlene Burgess, treasurer. ST. FRAIVCIS HOUSE St. Francis House is the Episcopal studeni i ciiicr on the cam| iis. Its activities are centered around ihurch aili itii ' - and include dailv church services and roffcc liours. Sunda) night suppers, and square dancing par- tics. St. Francis House also has basketball and bowlintr l- ' ir- t rnic. left to right: Norma Kin;;. I ' eler Kidder, Donald Tubman. Jane Loiittit. Second rote: Donna Gillev, Stan Kem- meter, Adrienne Robinson, Jo- anne Cramer. James McEvoy. Mrs. William Otto. Tliird roie: Rev. (herald White. Bob Teska. John Thomas. Todd Rabe. Ir- win Smith. Jim Ma ee. Diek (iillev. Dan l.airmore. teams competing in the Independent League. Officers were .)im McF ' voy, president; Stanley Kem- nieter, vice-presideiil: and Adrienne Robinson, social chairman. Advisors were Mrs. Yvonne Otto and T ' alhcr White. iiisl run: Irfi to rUlil: M Itiooks. l. ()|. ' .nnrlli. I) Wilni.r. |{. Diirr. I). I.ini.-. sou. I ' . Siaul .. K. Holiiii-.M. .S,r..M ■..»•; ,1. W I. l. W.-ir. 1). rra s,T. .1. W ;ill.ti- IVI,||. K. lrvrr. C. leioi. .1. Mci.-r. K.(;.iml rsun. .1. Mnvil. riiinl rniv: I). Spar- li.-r.;. 1). War.l. M. Dell- inai.n. 1). I{.. .•l■. II. V„if:lu- l.mdrr. U. ' H.rkina.i. ,1. Srlin.-i.lrr. .1. lu-alls. hmirlli n,i,-: K. llorli. 11. Bird. I . Hrinlls. 11. kan.-slii-... ( .. Marl.M. .1. HaW.r. k. ()|.- ' •riK.nli. ir Krhiii. ' k. UIVITED STIIDEIVT FELLOWSHIP The L nitfd Stiideiit Ft ' ll()«slii| is the center for all Congregational and K angelical and Reformed students on campus. The Fellowship House, where a lounge and library are available, offers a convenient place to relax between classes. Meetings, discussions, aflcrtioon colTcc hours, and recreation all have a share in tiic scckl program at Fcllowshi|) House. The offices of Kenyon Moyer, stu- dent minister, and Evelvn lwin. social secretary, are open to the students at all times. Officers were Bernice Duer. ])rcsidenl: John |{o d. vice-president; kathrine Gunderson. secretary : and Constance Nebel, treasurer. WESLEY FDUIVDATIDIV The esley Foundation Student Center is one of the largest religious organizatiojis on the university campus and is. to the students, a home away from home. V number of special parties were held during the year including the Christmas Star bamjuet honoring foreign siudents: the ' ' Meal in the Upper Koom, " a dinner eaten in silence with the reading of the Scriptures, which is held at Faster time: and the spring formal. Officers were .Jenny Shuart, president: .ludy Vi rage, vice-president: Rosemarv (rraudine. secretarv : and Ken Benson, treasurer. The student director is L. Paul Jaquith, and the associate director is J. Preston Cole. -:2 T ' f f V ;V -s( ;■.« ■. ,• ( ..;■ ■« ,(; K. klcwin. 1. Kkcrdl. R. Boehm. C. Crosby, J. Ladwig, 1. Pierce. Second roic: L. P. Jaqiiilli. Mrs. Jaquith. K. Beusou. J. Shuarl. J. Wrafie. H. (;randiMe. l. I.- Culloutili. . llaius»orlh. TItinI ntif: I. Seuseulireuner. I). (Iraifi. K. hidv, H. Hiues. J. Moe. K. Odell. V. Clumpuer. J. York. M. Brault. J. Smilh. E. Nicolai. J. (;ravlieal. J. Toniei. I ' mirlli n.n: 1. lil liell. T. Mckuinlu. I. I.akos. S. Kuralh, J. Baker. H. llisou. W. Morlou. J. Brauh. 1). Cdlemau. ( ». C.nlemari. 186 i ' irsi n,ir. Irfi t , rifilil: ,). Klirwll. C. Hiakr. I . 1ill,-r, K. MoiUi.-. ,1. Uaxl.T. i. Jiiclfic J. Sl.-warl. SrromI n„r: .]. I.im. (;. (ireen, M. Oan- .lall. V. la... R. Lee, J. Sum- iiirrall. .1. (Jn-en, C. Fisher. 77. , „,.; .1. Carlson. I ' . Mai.s.-n. .1. U.mmIv. I,. asli- infllon. I ' . Hraiil. . Milcliell. Mrs. . I ' nsl.-v. C. Siraighl. l. l..sli,r. Kev. G. L. Col- lins, iiiiirlli roiv: Rev. L. .-rill. Mrs. (;. Collins, Mrs. K. M.iss, Mrs. C. Cluireh. C. Chwr.h. M. Hill. .). .Nelson. C. Tavlor. B. Daouk, J. Iil- l.-r. .1. K(l«anls. L. Melzger. y. Drennrn. Key. C. Bell. I ' iftit nm: B. .Johnson, E. Wa.le. I ' . Bloeilow. B. - l.reihl. . Ilavden, D. Noel. .1. Van.ler an len. T. Ilonle. K. Damcran. K. Chn. W . Davie.s 1. Massengale, C. I arisen. BAPTIST STUDEIVT CEIVTER I lit ' liaptist .Student Center was organized in 1407 to promote Christian growth and fellowsliip. It is eurrentiv sponsoring two foreign students at the university, send- ing clothes to Korea, and eontributing to missionaries and world student movements. Speeial activities included fall and winter banquets and an annual stutlv trip to Chicago. The Student Center also sponsors a cooperative dormitory, an eatintr co-op, a Sundax morning Hible class, and a Simdav evening fellowship. Officers for the year were John L. Edwards, president: Patricia Allen, vice-president: Helen Green, secretarv: and Taavi Kaups. treasurer. Reverend George L. Col- lins is counselor for the group. THREE SQUARES ELUB The Three Squares Club is an eating cooperative which operates through the Vi eslev Foundation. It is designed to encourage Christian living, to effect econo- mies in the cost of daily living, to promote extra curricu- lar activ ities and education, and to inspire a coopcrativ e spirit in all endeavors and occupations. Officers for the year were David Akelev, president; Lawrence Brown, vice-president: Barbara Edwards, corresponding secretary: and Richard Chitwood, treas- urer. Rc . Paul L. .laipiith is advisor to the group. I«7 I ' irsi riiir. Icjl l„ rifilil: K.. Benson, H. Lan.li-l. K. i ' .ills. II. Clark. H. Turner. W. Green, J. Scoll, T. Anderson. J. Tonioi. I,. KlM-rlein. C. Soulhwick, II. Kehliolz. . Brown. Second row: [. Pierce, B. Peterson, P. Smith, J. Wea- ver. C. Ilildalil. II. Moghrabi. S. Whilesel. I). Krngman, G. Shuart, J. York, J. Smith, C. House. H. Southvvick. J. Milehell, B. Edwanls, E. Jacobs. Third rou: M. Koehler, J. Ladwig. J. Trecek. A. Alexander. R. Shuman, R. Jacobsen, E. Stowell, E. Nicolai, J. Graybeal, J. Sensenbrenner. H. Hines, R. Grandine. M. McCullough, M. Braiilt, A. Hainsworth, V. Clumpner. R. Allison. D. . kelev. Foiirlh row: C. Davenport. F. Wabers, J. Herro, Vi . Inda, F. Valentine, O. Coleman. D. Craig. J. Rice. R. Riisl. 1. BeaU, %. Sohn, C. Hulson. N. Ostenso, S. Kurath, R. Scoll, J. Burkhead. I. Lakos. M. Rilland. Fiflh roii : R. Chiiwood, R. Hollidav, B. Logerquist, C. Alexander. E. Riggs. D. Mvnning. R. Judv. W . Cook. R. John-on. .J. SlelTenson. V. Naumann, T. McKnight. C. uble. .F. Braull. J. Moe, J. Warner. D. Fuller. F. Patrick. R. Kren in. r I ' irfl run: Ir l In riahl: ornir Cosloii. Jane Kiil i-wa . lar- lliii I ' orlcr. (iU-una llopiior. Barliara Johnson. Koger Has- sle. Srrimtl raw: ie r e Cos- Irn. Dona (InKer, Patricia NiMihaucr. Mrs. C. Bull- winkol. Marv l.ou . niles. Kiisscll l -v.Ts. riilnl row: Don Koliinson. Hoherl Cos- len. l,lo (l (MoNor. Koherl Ilorhlor. HolM-rt llirks. Koh- rrt Burns. Don Ballenliorf;. Cliarles Ho|.|Mr. CHRISTIAIV SCIEIVCE DRGAIVIZATIDIV This vear the Chri. tian Science Organization was alilc to move into a new student center, where the Organiza- tion ' s weekly meetings were held. The big event of the year for our group is Rehgious Kmphasis i eek when a lecturer is invited to speak to the students and their friends. ' I ' wo open houses are held during the year, one each semester. onicers were George Costen. president: Russell Mever. vice-president: Dona Culver, recording secre- tary: Mary Lou Andes, corresponding secretary: and ,[anet Pieritz, treasurer. Mrs. George Bullwinkle was house-mother. IIVTER-VARSITY CHRISTIAIV FELLOWSHIP Inter-Varsit) Christian Fellowship is a campus group which has no denominational afliliation. It provides a means of fellowshi[» among Christian students, and sponsors fall and spring retreats, and an amuial home- coming banquet. Officers were Vt aN ne Mexers. president: Morgan Meyers, vice-president: Margaret Angliker. secretary- treasurer: Lxdia l.uft. program chairman: Philip How- ard, social chairman: .lames [artin. missionar chair- man: and Robert Thrall. pra er and Bible stuih chair- man. ' ] he advisor for the group is Dr. John Alexander. First rnw. left In riahl: K. Thrall. .1. Martin. . Vn ' liker. I.. Lufl. l Howard. W. Meyers. Ori- hashai. K. Vnilerson. M. levera. SnnntI nm: C. Barho. (.. lor- L ' an. E. Bon.l. II. Chase. A. Kiichn. C. Knighl. J. Charlier. M. Kranss. L. Chnreh. Vi. Olson. I ' liint run-: G. Lewlhwaile, J. IV|i|iernian. J. I ' osl. M. Daws. O. Coleman. V. Vrmaganian. J. Slewarl. ,1. W einganill. l. Sie- nie.is. .1. Ko.le. B. Brown. A. Sliiianuk. I.. Ilaii-rn. I imrlhnm-: 1). Kerr. C. n.lrews. N. Sipiier. i:. Cral.l.e. . Kos-. 1!. I ' oinlcr. ,1. Inner. M. Joln. o,,. .1. ( ;li„- lon. K. Dixhorn. |}i8 ATni.iiTir; DEPARTMKIVT ' I ' he men who co-orilinalc the athletir a(ti it at the Universil) are as iinportant to the smoolli ruiictioiiing of the athletic teams as are the players and coaches. (tiiv IVI. Sundt began as Athletic Director in October 1950 and his office directs all Bailger sports. Director of the Sports News Service is Art Lenz, whose job is to publicize all the athletic teams. Assistant News Service Director is Francis " Bonnie " Rvan. Walter Bakke is in charge of all the school ' s athletic training and as Head Trainer, has been at isconsin since WM). Equipment for the Hadgcr athletic learns is issued, re[ laced. and kept in repair by Gene Roberts. Dr. ,|obn I,. Bentlo is ph sician for all the varsitv teams. Vt illiani Aspinwall is Business Manager and director of ticket sales. illrain Aspinwall 190 a? 65 8B 21 4a 70 79 33 Hf 93 43 __ 88 35 41 IS 63 90 49 IB 52 31 69 ' S e i46 B7 68 89 88 53 B4 71 First rou. Ir i in rioht: H.rridi. Hurks, Hutchinson. Kennedy. O Hri.n. I ' llcr . I ' n lilik. Siinko ki. Stiinnieu. Suminski. Second row: Andrykow-ki. Vmeclie, Carl. L)i)rnl)urg. Stensby, Voss. Wilt. Cainiy. t;»a na. Dixon. Dnrkiu. Tliird run: Scliaefer, Gulseth, Esser, Hahle. Hansen, Hoegh, Jacobsen, Lamuhere, Martin. Miller, Proctor. Fourth row: Rebholz. Rendler, Ruetenberg, Schmidt, Torresani, Vergetis, Wilson, Wimmer, Wuhrman, Bonofiglio. Brandt. Fifth row: Bratl, Gingrass, Locklin. Lundin. Ronzia, Temp, Ursin. Wohlleber, mundsen. Barney. Destache. ,Si.vf i row: Gitlitz, Drevvry, Gray, Haluska, LaDuke, McCrary. Pierce, Scheucker, Shwaiko, Sternal, W ;ilk -r. Walsdorf. ' Woodruff. Seiviilh row: Eldredge, Manager, Betmett, Lamphear, Shaw. Bruhn, Head Coach Williamson, Odell, Marsh. Van Dvke, Bakke, Roberts. BIG TEN CHAMPS The 19.52 University of Wisconsin football team, led i Vkilliamson and his great coaching staff, brought a sliarc of the Big 10 championship to Wisconsin for the first time in 40 years by winning li e conlVrenoe games, lo.sing one, and t ing one. The Badgers ran up an impressiye oyer-all record of six wins, two losses, and a tie. and were chosen to repre- sent the Western Conference in the Rose Bowl, a fine Iriluite In a triil " reat team. W isronsin coaches are. Kneeling, Junior Varsity Coach an l Hea l Scout Frcil K . Marsh, Head Coach lyan Williamson, Backtield Coach Robert Od.ll SlinKlin-i, Freshman Football Coach George Lamphear, End Coach Paul K Shaw. Line Coach Milt Brnhn. (..ul llln.n li ii;:lil l.i.kl,- 1... (. .,r.l . Hflorf an ()|)( ning day full house llie IJadgers show tlieir i ' liain])ionshi] style by whipping a last Marquette team. Ilarlanil Carl leads the scoring with three touch- downs and gains 95 yards. Jim Haluska. Kent Peters and Roger Dornhiirg also score for the Badgers. Wisconsin . . 42 Marquette . . 19 ( ' .a|il;iiii (icnr-ic OBrieii v» ( 1953 Co-captain Jerry Wuhrman 1953 Co-caplain Roffer Dornbure All -conference lackle, Dave Suminski 192 ieiiior r ' Kln cml, Kent Peters Senior Center. Georee Simkowski Offensive guarii. Player ' s All-miilwesI oflen- Georg e Steinmetz sive tackle. Art Prchlik Slarting last for lli ' ir lit:st IMg IV ' ti crown in40 t ' ars, llic l?a(li;(Ts lake llic o|H ' iiitii. ' kick-oil atiil iiiarcli lor a score against the llliiii. ilarlanil Carl. Jerry itt and Alan Ameche score llic Badger touchdowns. Anieche goes lor 116 )ards in del ' ense oi ' his Big ' Pen rushing leadershi|) and Carl gains 133 yards. The victory gives the Badgers top rating in the national polls. Wisconsin . . 20 Illinois .... 6 Carl sweeps right end. Ameche drives to goal. 193 ► 1 C H Will eloppetl for no j;airi. 1 Wisconsin . . 14 Ohio State . . 23 Quarterback. Jim Halu ka Going to Coliiinbiis. the Hadgeis liiid it miglit tough as they fail to get going anil drop their hrst game of the year. The Badgers waste many ehanees and only Carl ami W itt seore against Ohio Slate. All-conference fnllliaik. Alan Ameche Hutchinson " moves in " on a Buckeye ball carrier. ' Left half, Ilarland Carl 1 )1 l-ionlfr.- Bob Kciineilv ard. Defeiisne Ijiklo. OIIcmmm riglu Utkle, Carl Martin Charlie Beriult Lefl halfl)ack. Bill lliilcbinsoii Getting back, on llit winning trail again, llic Madgers swamp Iowa at Iowa Cit . W ill scores two lourlnlowns and single tallies are racketl up by Carl, Ameche. Iliitrliinson and Gingrass. Paul Shwaiko boots a 17 yard field goal. The Badger passing attack is sliarp as llaluska and Gust Vergetis pass for 200 yards. Tlie defense intercepts six Iowa passes in liolding Iowa to one score in each half. Wisconsin . . 42 Iowa 13 Peters st |i|ii ' il aflcr a llaiiisku pass for 7 yards Canny leads a Conga line? 195 I ' eiers firalis pass lor si yard gain in first quarter of UCLA game. Wisconsin . . 21 Rice 7 Junior linebacker, John Dixon Sophomore tackle, Don Ursin Defensive halfliack, Paul Shwaiko I ' lie Badgers go to Houston. Texas, lo l)reak up llie Rice (h h and their Honieroming game. After a scoreless first quarter the Badgers moved from their 26 to score in nine pla s with llahiska going over on a sneak. From then on. it was all FJadgers. Aerials from Haluska to Witt for 42 yards and to Hutchinson for 20 yards brought other scores. Ameche rolled for 116 yards. 196 l Wisconsin . . 7 UCLA 20 In a game that coiilil have ended in a 7-7 tie. the UCLAns turned breaks into scores and came out on top to give the Badgers their only home tiefeat of the year. A 16 yard pass from Hahiska to I ' cters ties the score after four minutes of the lliird quarter. A 40 vard punt return, a pass in- terception, and a 23 yard nm-hack give UCLA two scores. The Badger running attack was held to 48 yards by a tough UCLA defense. Aiiieilie plows for five against UCLA. Vi iti takes a 40 yard Hahiska pass and runs the final ten yards for a touchdown against Rice. Hutdiinson ihroiipli larkle for .1 iircls. 198 Ev T l,..,h »aril llir l.all. Sophomore end. Jim Temp Junior halfback, Tom Cannv Wisconsin . ... 24 Northwestern . . 20 ' I ' lic Hadgers move one step closer to the cliampioii- sliip and the Rose Bowl in an exciting Homecoming game before a sell-out crowd of 52,131 fans, . orth- M ' slcrirs Wildcats jirove to he a rugged foe as Paul Shwailv ) " s 14 yard Held goal clinches a tight game in the fourth jieriod. Hutchinson, itt. and Canny score l(inclidii«tis for llic Badgers. Anieche continues to roll «itli I.tT yards in 31 attempts, and the whole offense moves for 419 yards. Haluska hits on 11 out of 18 passes for 126 ards. Offensive end, Norl) Esser Linebacker. Windy Gulselh The Badgers crush the Hoosiers to tii- «iih Miilii ' aii for the Big Ten lead. Ameche ' s running with 162 yards in 20 carries and Hutchinson ' s punt return of 65 yards lead the Badgers. Running up a total of 15 ) yards, the Badgers run Indiana all over the lield. Anieche scored three touchdowns, having his best day of the year, and ilaluska passes 11 times for 166 yards and one touch- ilown. Wisconsin . . 37 Indiana . ... 14 ■ ' Lgh.- lliitrhiiison tinds himself in wrong company as he tries left end for nine yards. 199 ' N T ' i lluU-liin Mii .rain 1 Carl aroiinfl ernl — sto( | e(l after . " van! ;;aiii ' Ji ' iii Wisconsin . . 21 Minnesota . . 27 In a wilil (iiiisli. tin- Uaili tTs arc tied l)v tlip (iophcrs in one of the most exciting games of the year, and I ' urdue ' s last minute defeat of Indiana sends the two into a lie for (he Big ' Pen lead. Hurt Hahle ' s pass inter- ception ends the game in which the hall exchanged hands 1 times in the last 65 seconds. Ameche with 12.5 yards and Carl with 102 ards lead the Badger attack. Paul Giel, Minnesota ' s great hack, sparks the Gophers. The vote of the Big Ten sends the Badgers to the Rose Howl, a fitting end to a great ear. ErN AiHlr ki)M»ki lakes o aril pass I ' niin Haliiska 200 Junior lackle. Senior defensive end, Mark Hoegh Hugo Wimmer Senior center, Jim Craine Offensive end, Erv Andrvkowski Sluilpiils skip classes and celeljrali- in trunl of ihc L iiii " Ho c i ISoiiikI: " The t.ig news iirsi liit the atii|iii ill 1 ll:ll(l. Several thousand stuileiils hegaii pouring Ironi huildings and band nieinlters le l a | ara le u Hasconi Hill for a rally in front of Abe Lincoln " s statue. Then, turning down Stale Street, traflie was lialted while the students niarehed up the eajiitol steps for a few words from Governor kolilir. ralK liillnued at the union, and ihere- aller inarn hours of arious forms of eelebralion. Kent Peters ami ( ' attain George O ' Brien lipok lKi|i|iy In Y mJ t 201 Jerry Will and USC defender Lindon Crow gi) up for Malnska ' s pass on Sonlhern Cal lliree yaril line late in the fourth quarter. .Irrry Will stiff-arms llic ap- proai ' liiiif; Tnijaii and { aiits 2 varils in ihe lirsl (inarlcr before bein}; bmnsihl iIi ti bv Charlie Ane (dO). The Badgers oiitgained Southern CaUfornia in total yardage 353 yards to 233 hut lost 7-0 when the eouldn " t score after haying penetrated deep into South- ern Cal territory. Before the first quarter ended, tlie Badgers drove to the Trojan I 1 hut were stopped as Alan Ameehe was dropped for no gain on the fourth down. In the second quarter Roger Dornburg stopped a use driye on isconsin ' s 13 when he intercepteil a pass. The half ended with the score 0-0. On the lirsl pla of the third (piarter Ameehe broke through left tackle and galloped 34 yards to the USC 33 yard line. Iml llii ' ilriye was stopped when Roy Burks fumbled on the SC 21. Then Rud Bukich started USC on a touchdown march by completing four passes to the isconsin 22 where he lired a strike t(» l Carmichael in the end zone for the score. At the end of the fomth quarter the Hadgers tried desperately to rall as Ameclie and jini Haluska led the driye into Southern ( al terrilor . long pass that Carl touched but couldn ' t hold sent the crowd to its leet. A fourth down pass was incomplete on the goal line, and S( ! took oyer just before the final Band plays " Varsity " dnriiif: half lime. l{.„l,i:.-,- N.„,i Soiilhern CaP: Viiiiiiidsen and George 0 " Brien gaii Al Carmichael. 203 Ka.Urr Uuml in ill. ' i.ara.lr RDSE PARADE Thousands of Badgers who saw the 1953 ' I ' oiirnament of Hoses parade will loiiif remeinher it. for it is truly a spectacle ecpiallcij l) no ullicr. Scores of floats decorated with millions of flowers foriTied the two-hour long parade which attracts I.SOO.OOO spectators to Pasadena and millions more to television sets. " Melodies in Flowers " was the theme of this year ' s parade, and each of the heautiful floats de- picted a song bv its design and operation. Vk isconsin was proudly represented in the parade with a flower-covered float carr ing " Alice in Dairy- land. " BexcrK iui Slclfcn. and two girls jiromoting isconsin ' s va( alionland. I lie song ' . ' " ( )n isconsin, " of course. And leading tin- wa for the state ' s float was the 1S5- man Liniversity of Wisconsin hand, second to none in the parade for smartness or precision. Vt isconsin ' s en- tries drew cheers from liolli Badgers and Californians viewiii " ihc classic iiarailc. W iscrinsin float moves ili » n ( Colorado Avenue during llie Tournament of R,,ses paraile. BADGERS m CALIFDRIVIA Sonic- l. ' iOO W i,(iin-in -Imliiil- liil Soiilliciii ( lali- IdriiiM jii l lirlorc till- calcridar iiioM-d In ! ' ). ' !?. and il a a liip llial «uri " l mioh be forirotten h an of tlifiii. Two Student Board-sponsored traiii . oilier train- and planes, private i-ars. and niavbe a (dU|)ii- ol tlininbs look llie Hadfier roolcrs to Los ngeles where the Rosshn Hotel beeanu ' lioine for a week to many. Los Angeles offered much to sight-seeing Wiscon- sinites besides the Rose Paraile and game . . . radio, television, and movie studios, night clubs, ihcsniisliinc (and some rain), shops and stores, the race track, and shows. The university provided 50-yard hne seats to students at cut rates, set up a student ser ices booth, and chaperoned tlic train and partic-. jlic Kosslvn became the scene of numerous impromptu and |)huined parties, inchiding one to welcome the New ear. all running far into the niglit. " ( ' onrtes rooms " of the Miiuaukee Itreweries were a [liace lo meet iViencU ami enjo llie refreshments. nd « ho will forget the t M -da train trips -tO honr in a coach! But there was never a (hdl moment, and parties, dancing, conga Hues, card games, and other diversions made the hours pas quieki . The stops at Las Vegas. Green River, or Albncpiercpie were also en- joyable. And so was the weeks sleep needed to reco er from sucli a tri[). Former Badger star iniler. Uon Gelirmann. ami Pat O ' lJea. fool- ball great of 189T-98-W relax at the National " W Club " Hospi- tality Room at the Biltmore. " " Jl JK-- •s ■1 m u W ' ' si| iri hb 1 i- mmI 1 A L -y ■ 3IN Living il up on the Student Bi ar l Sperial Alice in Dairvlan.l -e[ a .late There 6 a surprise in everN ' package fur Badger gridtlers. WF n £i i r m i 205 Lfjl to ri ihl: Coaih Kilev Best. Don l l.aiif;liliii. Hriiiu. lauer. I ' c Bill Inda. Bill McHiigh. ' loiifore. (ieiie Sultze. ' i ' onv (!a l«len. CRDSS CDUIVTRY SEASONS RECORD Wisfonsiii 27 Mit-higan State 28 Wisronsiii 33 Iowa 23 Wisfoiisin 23 Minnesota 31 The cross eoiitiliN leain uniler (loacli Rilc Rest finishcfl tlie 1 )52 season with a record of two wins and one loss. In a fonr mile race at Michigan State the Rad- gers won a close on - 27-28 with Don McLanghlin finish- ing second. On October 28, the Harriers lost to the Hawkeyes, 33-23, and a week later beat Minnesota 23-34 in their onl honi ' meet of the ear. Tom Mon- fore (inished third in the Loyola Invitational and twelfth in the Rig Ten meet at Washington Park, Chicago. Badgers win from Miiincsola in a Ooss Counlrv nii-el. 206 Sieferl irives in against ()hi Slalt- BASKETBALL Bfjiiniiiiig a mw nmiMl-ioliiii schfilule. i con.-in .- liaskcthall team lia l otiK two iion-CDnlVrence games be- liire the 18-gaine Big Ten campaign got under wa . I he Badgers were sparked b tlie hot shooting of For- ward Dick Cahle and Center Paul Morrow as they beat Marquette 76-55 and Loyola of the South 81-60. Start- ing the Big Ten season the Badgers defeated Iowa at Madison 74-70 as Dick Cable paced the scoring with 25 points and had an .523 field goal average, connecting on II of 21 shots. The Badgers were ice-cold when they went to Lafayette to play Purdue and came home on the short end of a 64-5 ) score. Things went better when back on their home court the whipped the invading California Bears 64-57 as Iowa was trouncing f )regon in the first game of the double-header. The next night the Badgers went to Iowa City and in their half of the double-header got dumped bv the revitalized Oregon crew 66-64. The Badger quintet spent the weekend in Iowa Citv where the dropped one to the Hawkeyes, 83-66. Back at Madison for revenge on Purdue the cagers nipped the Boilermakers 56-46 for a 2-2 record in Big Ten play. First row. left to right: Ron eisner. Roger Goilfrey. Dan Spika. Dick Cable, Ctiarles Siefert, Tom Ward, Gene Scliraitt. Bob Turner. Mike Dalv. Seainil roic: Pele Mevers. Owen Rolierts. Dave Massev. Dan Folz. Paul Morrow. Al Hinnriohs, Tonv StrarkH. II.-.i.M;...„Ii Hm.I I ' o-ler. -iManl C.arli W .-ner. HATIGER CAGERS FIIVISH FIFTH Goiiif; a »a lor llicir nc l l j;aincs llic hadficrs were l)eali ' ii 1) Mitiiicsola ( i- ' ) ' . and Illinois 71-61. In llii ' ri ' tnrn f;ainc af. ' aiiisl Minncsola. llii ' Had ' crs si-t a (■onri ' ri ' iici ' iVfc lliri % record l( sitikini Id onl of IK and C.aidi ' got 22 as iseonsin won liie llirilli-r. T()-T I. riie eagers had an eas time of it with Nortln estern " s Wildeats as they won 78-.)6 at l anslon. Two nights later the Badgers had anoliier eas lime, (lalde and Siraika each gol II! in the 61-. ' )! siri o er ( »liio Stale. In one ol I lie m(»l I li rilling games ol I he ear I he in ading mini got a Iremendoiis srare as the Hadgers iield il e en unlil the la. " ! ihiii- miruiles. and had ihc crowd on its I ' eel hel ' ore going down. 65-61. Guard (Ihuek Siel ' erl led the scoring with 16 [)oints. The I$adgers ran into the league-leading Indiana Hoosiers at Bloominglon an l were outclassed 66-48. Back at Madison the Badgers won a dull game 7.5-63 as they easily outclassed Michi- gan and gained a .500 rating in the conrerence with a 6-6 record. Led by Morrow ' s thirty points, the Badgers gave the fans a real tliriller losing to Indiana 72-70. The team then took lo the road and heal Michigan and lost to Michigan State for a 7-7 record with four games left in the season. 208 Senior " uanl tiliiick. Sieferl SEASON ' S RECORD IT isconsin OppOJlftllS If isconsin Opponent () Marquette 55 78 Northwestern 56 ' A l, ) ola of the S •uth 6(1 64 Ohio State 51 71 l ma 7(1 61 Illinois 65 59 Purdue 65 48 Indiana 66 64 California 57 75 Michigan 63 64 Oregon 66 70 Indiana 0 66 Iowa 83 74 Michigan 52 56 Purdue 46 45 Michigan State 53 53 Minnesota 64 69 Ohio State 63 61 Illinois 71 74 Northwestern 58 76 Minnesota Stracka 74 outmaiiiifcl 58 Michigan State 51 Junior center Paul Morrow Shar|.-liiM.l.r Di.k ( iai.le Cuhl.- r. ' lKMiii.i L- " J I Hvi ' 1 m M I 1 ■U } 1 r 1 1 ' ' HNSlN Sliimliiifi. Ivjt u ri ht: Boli (irollo, I ' aul Verwey, Ucl Vogt. Don Rose, Uoii Schneider, Frank W iirsala. Sitting: Coach Dean Mory, Ralph Nilles, Dave Schneider, Le Rov Bauman. GYMIVASTICS led li ( ;u- ;i|ilainh l)a c anil Don Sclincidi-r llic (ixriwiaslics sijuad has won oni- ami lost 7 in linal nit-rls lliis car. Winning lioni Noilliwcslcrn TO ' J 111 2. " ) ' J. ihc [{ailfrrrs hast ' liccn heatcn h li liif. ' an Slalc. l iinicsola (win-. 1 ichifian. jiiua. I Nitidis and I ndlana. I),-I ,,-l «,,rks OMI on Ihc sill.- horsi- Coach Archie Siinonsen ' s 1953 fencing team is one of the best in recent years. After an initial loss to the Shorewood Fencing Club, they defeated Ohio State, Michigan State, Iowa, and iN ' orth- western before being nipped by Illinois. 210 FEIVCIIVG Left to ri hl: Ed Willis. Ja.k 11,-iden. Bruce Hapke. Charles Koulier. Jot Demrrs. Wall El.linf;. Jim Downs. Martin lnshkin. Boh Searls. Arnold Rich r r r - ! % First row, left to right: Huh Kasegunia, Lee Schaefer, Ted Fox, Ralph Win- kowski, Elbert Suhm. Second row: Coach George Martin, Boh Reif, Jerry Seelier, Jack Ilammes, Bill Kevihii, Carl Bergsbaken, Ca] lain rl Prchlik. 1,1(1 l (;a|iliiiii rl I ' lclilik :iii l iincli fialfil ,|rrr ScclxT. Ilir Had-i.Ts liavc .Irjcal.-d Iar- (jucllc. Vt licatoii, ami Ohio Slate wliilc losinj; to Iowa. Illinois, Nebraska, and Northwestern. The Vi ' J ' cn meet has yet to he held at this writing-. Swealinj; il out. WRESTLIIVG Captained by Hob Baker, the 1953 swininiing team opened the season with wins from Iowa and Illinois before being beaten 1) Purdue. (]oa(li .lohn Hickman ' s swimmers then defeated Iniliana and lost to Northwestern and Ohio for a present record of 3-3. 211 SWIMMIIVG Silting, left to right: W ytin ilman, Larry Horwitz, Jerry Berras. Captain Bob Baker, Jim Loiigee, Bob kevetter. Rollie Bestor. Standing: Assistant Coach Al Cherne, Ray Kelbe. Jack Hougland, Ed Schelonka, Bob Kelbe, Keith Cherne, Al Kueny. Kenny Opgenorth. Coach John Hickman. (■,a| laiii I ' at Sir.- BDXIIVG Thf Lniversilv l iscoiisiii lioxiiin; It ' aiii. led l) Coach John J. Vi alsh, traihtioiiall) one of the great college boxing teams in the country, will have an ex- cellent chance of repeating its (ine recoril of 1952. ) asl season the Badgers were unheaten in live matches, drew two others and won the NCAA team championship for the sixth lime. Boh Morgan and Hoh Kanck hoth won in(li idnal championships in llic lourtiatnent. which was licid in Mailisuii. The l ' 5. ' } team will be led bv Captain F al .Sreenan. NC rninicr-ii|) at 13 ) lbs., and Champ Bob Morgan, who won six out of seven dual matches last ear. Other outstanding prospects are Bob Hennessy. rated last year ' s outstanding freshman, at 12S lbs.: Senior Tom- my Zamzow at ' .i ' 2: Charlie Magestro and rcrr W nan. « ho rc ;ularl smashed each other around in the First row, left to right: Joji Tomei. Tom Zamzow. Bol) Tlirall, Cliarles Magestro, Have li agawa. Bob Goodsitt. Second roiv: Assistant ( oacti Vcrn W lv.aril. Ron Rolierts. Ray Zale, Bol Nlealli. Robert Hinds, Coach John Yl alsli. Thinl rnu: Dale Kauf;. lanaf;er: Dirk Trainor. lana{;er; Terry Tynan. Paul Emerson. Bol) Morgan. I ' al Sreenan, (iene Lvnn. Manayer. ' , t , ' v(.a. viStP ISC0H5 ' I tfSCDMSI ' VisCONSli : IISCOKSttl ' | VI5C0IIS( 212 iuttti Coaches ern Woodward ami John .1. Walsh Meath lands a right to ( !haiiilii-rs in tin ' All-Lniversitv finals. I niversity tournauieuts at 139: Bob Meath at 165 lbs.; Ray Zale at 178; and Sophomore Bob Hinds. Heavy- weight. In the 11-L niversitv championships the " Fightin " est Fighter " award was won by Everett Chambers of Tomah «li( l(i l a thrilling dccisioii tn l?uli Meath. Cliaiiip Morgan houcd his aliihl and scored the only TK( ) of the e einng " s bouts when lie stoppecl Charhe Seheid in the second rounil. l..r an li.-al- ( .hmk Srhri.l in I1-L niversilv (inals Tviiaii and Ma raslro swin : a v£ Meath swings as Badgers whip Syracuse 6-2. 213 First roif, left to right: Sullze, Johnson. Firchow, Collins, Mars, Pickell, Mulrooney. Second nne: Assistant Coach Bennell, Inda, Wilking, Atkinson, Stracka, Girard. Cherne, Voss. Peters, McConnell, Coach Best. Third roir: Student Manager Don Bowman, Deike, Duewel, Mansfield. Diiis. Kellman, Carl. Greenlee. Monfore. TRACK 1452 SEASON ' S RECORD Wisconsin 59 Iowa 73 Wisconsin 47J4 Michigan State 84} Wisconsin 24 Illinois 108 Wisconsin 82 Minnesota 50 Tnfloor sprint star Harland ( !arl. 214 Coach Rilev Best awart ing vt al Deike a medal for w nnlng the NCAA lO.OOO meter run in 1952. %: S Head CoiKli Kilev Besl. Broad-juniper Bob Jolmsnii. Coach Rilev Best ' s 1952 track team (iiiished the oiit- (li)or season with a record of one win and three losses, losing to Iowa. Michigan State and Illinois while win- ning Irotn Minnesota. In the Western Conference meet at Ann Arbor, li ' liigan. the Badgers finished eighth with seven | oints. In the Central Collegiate meet in Milwaukee on June 7th, Wisconsin tied for 10th with seven points. At the CAA meet in Berkeley. Wisconsin linished 17th with 10 points. Walt Deike w on the 10.000 meter run in stadium record time of 32:25:1. The 1053 indoor track team weakened bv graduation and the loss of hroadjiunpcr Boh Johnson and quarter miler Jack Manslield. scored an unexpected win in its lirst meet by defeating Iowa 70-44. The Badgers took ciglit out of 12 firsts and swept the pole vault and low hurdles. 1953 Captain Kent Peters. Hail ;er mile relay team Jack Mansfield, Sam Greenlee, Don Soe, and LeRov Collins. ■IpriiUer jerr ill. Ji J . 215 BASEBALL Captain Harvey Kiieiiii CONFERENCE KKCOKi) isainsin ()f [)on - Piinl.ie 2 Indiana 5 6 Indiana 4 5 Northwestern 1 3 Nortlnvestern 1 3 Northwestern I o Illinois 5 12 Ohio State 25 9 Ohio State 7 Minnesota 9 7 Iowa 4 Iowa 5 5 Michigan Slate 4 11 Michigan 5 Michigan ( 1 1 inn. 1 6 Taccd l (!a| laiii ll;ir c kiiiiiii. iMonsin liiiishcd third ill ihc Hi;; Ten in ' 7y2 with a iDiilcrciK c record of ' ) Mill?, aihl () losses an. I an oserall record ..I IK and !i. One lie game was called in dislrici I (: |(la oHs where Wisconsin reached the senii-linals. Ontstanding |ilaNcr was llarvev Knenn who is now pla ing with the Delroil Tigers. Me was selecled Ml- inericaii and NCAA dislrici shortstop for his stellar hilling, a . ' .U average will) 28 hits that set a Big Ten record. ()llier records sel l) Kiieiin were least sirikeoiils. I in (hi times at hat. and most triples in a season, 5. lie also led the conference in RBI ' s. rnns scored, donhles. and lielding. Oilier W isconsin slnggers in the .. ' 500 circle were Dave Hash. Ted Baunigarten, Ron I like and (jiisl Vergetis. the team was second in hatting and third in lielding in the Big Ten. Oiilslanding pitchers were Unke (6-2) with 38 strike- outs and Mien Siiler (6-3) with 51. Ratike had a 2 and record lo ri)iiiiil oiil llic winning |(ilcliers. Thi ' (iiliire for this jears team, captained b) Tom Cooper, looks good with many replacements coming up from the .J. . learn llial rmished the season with a 7 and 1 record. First niir. lejt to right: Vergelis, Jahnke. Hash. Sor Manslielil. Temp. Canipl.ell. Barliian. OBrieii. Kn ThinI rnir: Suler. ' riillle. Baunigarten. Raether. i •r. Kadke. t ' nke, (hooper. Second row: Coach sa. I ' avlik. kiieiin. Assistant Coach Wegner. Iff, Sziilc ewski. I Jim score aga inst Badgers in 5-2 loss at liuv S. l ownian FieUi. Mav 9. } A Coach Arlhur " Dvnie " Manslielil. Ver;;etis pulls u|i safe al lliini m a rliisp [ ' lay in llu ' Illinois Gaii CREW (; ,acli Ni.rni Smiiji, 1952 Crew— Standing: Nelson, llcaly, Espe nl,. l,„.,,i. --i.N.k. r Ii. II I. 1;,,,,. ii K. .,, , .;; Iruiriin.r . H..-r. l,,,r (laiilain Bob Nelson 218 ' I ' lic iscoiisiti Ctfw stroked ils ua lliioiifili a luuf;li mIiciIiiIc in I ' ».i2. The t ' xccllciil Icaiii slaili-.l llic l iiioiillis season at Annapolis on Ma 3 l) losini; lo a- lional (:iiani| ion av . I ' lie ncxi dual meet al Madison Nas won irorii l.l. T. o i-r a r(Hii.di coursr. Tlic oarsmen then join-ne ed to Prineelon lor the ilastern Sprint Kefiatta. They finished second oid lo a in the hi ' lhU eoin|(etilive field while sellinj; the eourse reeord of ():0I :T o er the 2000 meter eourse in an earlier lieat. Tlie tie ( iciim of the powerful crew was the previously urihealen (lalifornia erew in a raie on Lake Meiufota. The other hig Regatta was the ()l mpir trials held in early July. The Badgers again reached the senii-linals losing to the champion Navy again h four seconds. Standout [)erl ' ormers over the year were Delos Barrett. Rohert I food. James Schmidt. Victor Steuck. James loran. Hoh Kspeseth. James Loren .en. Boh Nelson and Don Rose and Duane Daentl as Coxswain. The .1. V. Crew lost its two dual meets to California and avv. Their performance in the Bi-rnard .1. Sheil Kegatta in Chicago was outstanding and they were vic- tors over the St. Louis Boat Cluh. ' The Freshmen took their two dual meets from Purdue and Culver, but could do no better than eic.dilh in the Intercollegiate Regatta. The prospects for this year look very good and (!a|i- tain-eli ' ct Vic Steuck should turn in a line ri ' cord. Kad-cr- pra.-lirr oTi l.ak.- Mrnilola. 219 i ' i:.:i Cain.ii.i. Kill Hii,i ii,i TEIVIVIS ' )r 2 Tennis Team — Lift in rifihl. In i mir: (loach Sail ' ; DcLove, Reagon, Gnin.m. I ,„ li,iii: () " .-ill. Kiiilrlii Ohm. ' TiMinis at Wisronsin had a merliocre season in 1952, linishing with a 4 wins and 6 losses record. Conference wins against Minnesota and Purdue were the standout performances and the conference meet .showed the ex- cellent work of Captain .Jim DeLoye who reached the semi-linals of ihe No. 1 singles. Bob Reagan also reached the semi-lhials. GDLF The Wisconsin linksriicii crijo ed one o( llicir hcsl years in 19.52. jjlacing third in the Big Ten meet. ' I " he squad won 7. lost 5. and tied 3. Individual star was Captain-elect Doug Koepcke. who won the i li idual ' ham] ionship of the Vt estern Conference. Captain Curt .Jacobs reached the (piarter finals in the " NCAA cham- pionships, and the team was among the first ten in the country. (aplain-flect Doug Koepcke 1952 Golf Team — Left to right: Roepclie, Bruce. • Jacobs, Kaste, Engel, Coach Jamieson. 220 .S3 ' " Bl »«fi. . Bailfier Dorm (lliamps off for a Iciiif; aiii IIVTRAMUR ILS There is an extensive program of intramnrals at the university wliieh gives the stuilents an oppor- luiiilN In jiarliripate in a variety of sports. Touch football, volleyball, badminton, water polo, bowl- ing, tennis, golf, and baseball are offered for llic Dorms and the Greeks. Art ' i ' homsen is director of llic iiilraniural program. A highlight of the In- tramural program, pictured on this |)age. is the annual game between champions of the Vi isconsin and Minnesota dormitories. pla ed befoi-c the varsity game. Minnesota ' s Dorm champs complete pass against MM A champs on intramural field during Minnesota game. Toe dance a la MHA. 221 W CLUB Since llic lii -l iiilcir (llci;iiili ' allilclic Iciims. -(lliili. ulioM ' iiicmlicts arr major Idler uiii- ners. lias eliaiinelled allilelie liiilenls inio iiseliil acli ilies oi sliideiil iiileresl. I ' aeli ear. lliruugli sponsors! li 1 1 of allilelie evenls siieli as llie liij):li seliool liaskelliall iloiilde-heailer. llie Coiilender ' s Toiiniamenl. and llie rresliman loolliall •;aine. W-Club donates over SIOOO to worlliN eliarities. Other V -Cliil) aetivities include ( lajitain ' s (iapers. |ie|) rallies. -l)a . Dad ' s DaN. a earl liaiKjiH ' l and |(ienics. a lii di si-lioul iiiixer for llie W l ISaskelliall rouriiaineiil. an ll j -llop. and various homecoming events. Onieers for lliis ear were Koberl .johnsoii, | resident: Frank () is, vice-president; Don Kir- chow, serretarv : and H. Y. Nelson, treasurer, (loach rlliiir Manslield is llie advisor. hirsl nm. Irfl i„ rifiht: T. WnnU.r,: K. . N.-ls(,n. I), l-inliow. I ' . I)i„ . H. Johnson. A. Chenic. K. Miu-lk-r, k. Cherne. Srn,n,l n,„: .]. Schacffer. IJ. Kos,-. C. la-.slro. li. Ilun.lrr. K. !• r.-.l,-, i,ks. 1). liv.,f:a«a, T. Zamzow. D. Daeiul. C. Sternberg. Third r m: uni.l.-nliti.Ml. R. Kellman. B. Khuers. ,1. ll.aK. iini,I.Mli(i.-.l. li. II 1. V. Si.im k. V. Trammer. H. Keller, T. Tynan. Fourth row: W . Wilkin-;. R. Reagan, nni.lenlilie.l. W . Killing, iinidenlilie,!. .1. K,iil I,r. 1. ln likin, D. Koej.rke. (,. Nnssbanm, J. Mansfield. Fifth roir: L. Zim. nnidentifieil, F. Ialov, P. Scluienlieek. R. I ' aiilik. T. Clooper. A. SnK-r, P. Hash. R. Morgan. vBl " A AHMV H U T C fe Col. UoImti J. M.Uiicli- riaiis| iirlali n (iDrps caili-ls slmly iiiDlDr idiiv Tlic rtii Hfsfr - ( Xlicfis Training (! )r|)s nn- (l -r the su[ er ision ol ' Colonel Kobert J. MeHride has o| eiale(l ajrain lliis year at near ea]»aeil to liroijiice (|iialiliiil ollicers In rncel the national ernerf;ene . The trainini; [)rograni covers the Army ' s liranehes of (lorjis of I ' lnjrineers, Inrantr . Mili- tary Police. ' rransj)ortation Corps. Medical Corps, Signal Corps, ami Pharmacy Corps. The 1952- Fnjjiiiefrs view ni xlel of airborne bridge. 224 Milit K ' N I ' olirr. ' .MMlK ' r L ' inTill;i».irl ' an- ladies. r :5 ROTC enrollment totals 2.850 students, of whom apjjroximately 100 are at the Milwaukee l " , tension Center. I ' erriKineiil Regular rm) eominissions are now (illereii wiiliout huther tests except phvsieal ex- ariiiiialions lo llic outstanding ad anied ROTC graduates. feature of the d anted Course j)rogram is the six weeks summer eamp attended b advanced course students following completion of their junior ear at the I ni ersit . t camp these em- iirvo i)(liccrs learn lo apjiK the [principals and procedures learned in llie classroom. Infantry cadets learn l i rliarl linnj: ilala. Signal Corps students -ludv comiminications. 225 Gunnery class in the Naval Armory. IVAVY R n T C The Naval Reserve ( XHcers ' IVaining Corps at the University of Wisconsin inchitles thirteen naval staff members who function as instructors and about 260 selected students assigned as midshipmen. NROTC came to the university in 1946, and includes students from all colleges of the university. Midshipmen take courses in naval subjects during the academic year and participate in naval practice cruises afloat and ashore during summer vacation periods. This naval and aca- demic training aims at qualifying student midshipmen in a lour year program for a commission as a Navy, Marine, or reserve officer upon graduation. From the class of 1953, 32 ensigns in the U. S. Navy, 10 ensigns in the U. S. Naval Reserve, and 5 second lieutenants in the U. S. Marine Corps received com- missions at the universitv. Ciipl. No, Mian W . Klli. .Midshipmen stiuK ' (in the Hill loo! Boardint; lli.- I ' SS Caliol for a muiiimit- rmisc. Midshipmen meet Cardinal Spi ■ .... AIR FORCE R D T C The Air University is the major Air Force Command responsible for the direction and administration of all Air Force Reserve Officers Training Corps activities. The mission of each AFROTC detachment is to select and train the best candidates to be fine, efficient. Air Force officers. This is the fourth year in which the Air Force has had a ROTC unit at the Lniversity of Vi isconsin. At the be- ginning of the 1952-53 school year. " 29 basic cadets and 141 advanced cadets enrolled in the program. Among the extra curricidar functions participated in bv the cadets are the Arnold Air Society, the Mitehcll Airincn. the Rifle Team, and the Color Guard. The Air Force detachment handling the AFROTC [irograin at the University of Wisconsin consists of nine airmen and is commanded bv Colonel E. P. Archi- bald, USAF. Federal inspection brings out all ROTC cadets each s[ rin ;. ' m m -■ - 1 1 ii Col. Edwin Archibald % V - An Air Srience class. Celestial navigation is the subject for today. 22- First i..„.l,-ln.,n-lil: S.rinr I, ..pan. (.luirl.- Mnirl. Kri.rirll. ( ..r-. Hmm.I (.. ( ..I, Mian. l{..n,iM K. (.I..rk. larilr- W . I,,—,tI. TheddDri- £. Slephensou, Orlin E. Coleman. Srtwii roir; KkhunI . W illiurlli. I,a« riiic- I). l!..;;,rN. I )oiiii 1. Irtv, Melvin S. Bina, Lt. E. P. Capon, Lewis P. Hanson, Frilz M. Hanson. Thint nnr: ,|olni Ellis, Don liolTnuinn. I.oiliai Hoefl, William Francis, Ray Kuhlman, Harris Mahan, Robert Kazmerchak, Konalil Ryan, (Filherl Warren, Bill Walker, Kicliard Heeman, Ralph Knox. ARIVDLD AIR SOCIETY The Arnold . ir Society was founded in 1947, and was named after General " Hap " Arnold of the USAAF. Since this time it has expanded and has nearly 100 squadrons at univer-sities and colleges throughout the United States. The Wisconsin squadron of the Arnold Air Society was founded in 1948 ami was named after the World W ar II ace, Richard Bong. The members of the Arnold Air Society meet together in a bond of strong fellowship which creates a close and more efficient relationship among the Air Force Reserve Officers Training Corps cadets. The annual " Take Off Ball " and the banquet held each spring jusi bclore K Mlcral rns[)ccti ti highlight the social season. Officers for this year were MeKin Bina. comtnaiidcr: Lewis Hanson, executive officer: Larry Rogers, ailju- tant: and Orlin Coleman, recorder. The advisor was Lieutenant K. Capon. 228 First ruiv, left tii right: Nick (ialauos, I ' aul Trump. TliDinas Thonisen. Tom Sliaiighiiessy, Milch Mazur, John Co|)|i. Si ' cuiul row: Tom Towell. Don Kose. Major Bozemaii. Major Flint. Ed Hobhins. Bart McDoii al. Third row: John Lemanczyk. Arthur Kowilt. uniilcntilieil. Jerry Fox, John Beach. Harold Rebholz, Frank Gaydows, Elwyn Williams, George Crawford, Bob Bodeau. SCABBARD MB BLADE 111 l ' )()l ilic National Soriet) of Sral.l.anl ami Hladt- made its appearance on the University of Vi isconsin ranijius. Wisconsin ' s Company A was the first company oi il kiriil to be formed on a university campus. ' I ' oday llicrc arc I 14 active chapters with eight mure a| pKin j; lor t liarlcrs during the coming year. Scahliard and Blade is open to advance K( ) ' 1 ' C stu- dents of all branches of the service who are interested in meeting together to promote a friendly social and pro- fessional feeling. During the year the group has a mnn- ber of social fimctions in addition to its numerous mili- tary activities. Officers of Scabbard and Blade were Tom Shaugh- nessv, captain: .lack, l emanczyk. first lieutenant: Rollie McGinnis. second lieutenant: and Allen Kindt. 1st sergeant. Major Richard K. Bozenian and Major .1. H. Flint were the advisors. 229 First row, Ir l l„ ri iltt: l ( ls(iri. I{. Francisco, K. iiil T, S. Ki ' mioIiIs. A. Young, J. MiNall. .S,.,,m. -,;.. A. Rohde, C. llicliisch. .1, S|..ai . .1. Laurence. l. B.v.r, .1. W illiatn . riiird r„w: J. Kndic.ll, I). I ' aNliir. Capt. B. McKearmv. H. Miller, (;. Crawfonl. PERSHIIVG RIFLES Pershing Rifles, the nalional iioiiorarv military so- ciet was founded hv Lieutenant John G. Pershing in 1894. In 1935 the Soeiet y was established on the Univer- sity of isronsin rainpus as Company C of the Second Regiment of Persliing Rifles. This society meets to give its members more military experience and training and to give recognition to its members for outstanding military ability. During the year the society performs and enjoys man inilitar and social functions. Four mani ' u crs are s ' hedulcd for the ear as well as the animal Christmas formal which is held at the Union. The color guards seen at the football and basketball games are composed of members of Pershing Rifles. Officers were Ray Miller, captain; KIwin AXilJiams. executive officer; George Crawford, lirst platoon leader; Don Hess, second platoon leader: James I ' .ndicotl. adjutant; and D »n Taylor, public relations. VARSITY RIFLE TEAM The Varsity Rifle Club has a long and respei ' ted his- tory in the American rifleman ' s world. Through the years of competition within the Big Ten, the Varsitv Rifle Club has won many prizes and awards. The did) has aroused the interest of many young men in the satisfaction and enjoyment of rifle marksmanship. Officers were Hyron Wallers, president: l)a id Myn- ning. vice-president: John McNall, secretary-treasurer; and Clarence Ardelt, captain. First Lieutenant R. . Carlson is the advisor. First raw. left to right: Philip Reed. David Mynnint;, Donald Gerland. Rolierl Mehm. Second row: Tom Allen. Richard Dickson. Donald Hamilton, Richard Schwarer, Jo- seph Hacker, Steward Morehouse, Elgin Marsh. Third row: 1st Lt. Raymond A. Carlson, Fritz Callies, Clarence Ardelt, Merrill Klein- mann, Phillip Hoffman. 1 Sj;l. Roherl Jeffcolt. Missing: Bvron Vi alters. John Dustrude. 230 First row. left t(, right: " .. Camph.-ll. 1. St.-|.lii-nson. F. Hanson. K. kulilman. I). ( Idli-inan. K. (ilock. S. ( larl.r. Second roir: E. arne. C Clans, . Knepper. K. Mayer. K. Ti m, H. Nickt-I. W . Keiscr, I ' . koenlDp. Third roic: R. Brown. R. Mehn. O. Klans. J. Mirnberg, D. Lultilz. R. Leiglilon. R. laver. t ' .. Rands. Fourth rinv: B. W elcher. D. McLena, F. Josephson, R. Goildertz, R. Mehn. P. Reed. T. Sliker. MITCHELL AIRMEIV The Mitchell Air Society was fouiuled on our cainpiis last year. This Society is sponsored by the Air Force Association for basic Air Force ROTC cadets and is in accordance with the Air Force officers traininj;. Tlie Mitchell Airmen are a group of twel e active members and twent pledges. In addition to re rular miiilar business, the Iilcliell Airmen iield a (Ihrisimas formal. Officers were Kay [-. Kuhlman, captain: Dave Cole- man, executive officer; Ted Stephenson, adjutant: Charles Harlholf, first tactical officer: and Fritz Han- sen, second tactical officer. Captain Bevers is the ad- visor. ROTC color gnards parade al foolliall games .ii ' ,» ' i(« i ksiM_dUb » liiKl.nnliriL; nlcis receive reoogiiilion at the spring fed- eral insjteelion. 231 Vire-IVoiilriil ItirlianI Ni oii was a laiMli.lalc and sen- alor »litMi he spoke lieri ' on his whislle-slop lour. ov. 1 «as a ha|i|. ni ' hl for Wisconsin " oun- H.-|Mihhians. POLITICS DIV THE CAMPUS One of l ). ' )l! " s highest events, tlie |ircsi(lcrilial clcclioii (■arii|(aign. lound isconsin sIikIciiIs in llic lliick of ])oliti( ' al activities. Kisenhov er and Stevenson buttons adorned hundreds of lapels, students ean)|)ai ;ned lhrouf;li or;. ' aniza(ioiis oti the (ani|(ns and in Madison, and visits h candidates to Madison f;a c l?adf;crs a diance to sec and meet tlie politicians. Tlitmsarids tieard Democratic Candidale d!ai Sle ens speak al die Field House. ' I ' hoinas K. Fairchild spoke lo sUidents in his unsuccessful alleuipl Id unseal Sen. .Joseph R. McCarlhy. 232 JERRY TRAPP SECTION EDITOR LIVIHG UNITS Wisconsin students live together and share good times together in dormitories, independent houses, and fraternal groups. It is here where life-long friendships are formed, where students learn the problems and the returns of democratic living, where young men and women practice leadership and cooperation. Wisconsin ' s program of student management and leadership in living units is outstanding among the nation ' s colleges. .•.•M ' lsv :-:.:-::v:-:-:v:. $-:vAit::« ::::::« •t ' lwisH ' X ' I ' M - I 1: t n4 lllDLlitrBi THE WISCDIVSIIV LIFE 234 A • ' rsf roif, left to ri ht: Luaine Bt ' inJfr. I.oIt. Ooiiiiellv. JoAiiii Secord. Patricia Oiiindt. Dorothv »»rnl)erjier, Mari;e Hesse. Marianne Schiichardt, Joan Jones. Betty Fink. Barbara Zimmerman. Mary Schaffitzel. Joan Gartinkel. Virginia Humke. JoAnn Fnjko. ervl Shimon. Second rote: Beta Pratt, Sn anne Kruschke. Betty Bernard. Faye Schmidlkofer. Joan Benson. Carol Vandre. Jane Ridgeway. Joan Volkmann. Ethel Mossberg. Thora er oren. Patricia Reasor, Dolores Hodgson. Jane Zobel. Mar ' Feller. Margaret Hubbard, Jeanne fiehwinkel. Third rvic: Joan Mackrie. Jean Knaup. Joan Wollenberg. Jeanne Peloquin, Charlotte Ankeney, Rosemarie Piper. JoAnn Krenzien. Janet Nelson. Mary Sears. Delia Hanson. Janice Helgeson. Jean Natter. Eimice Erdmann. Margaret (Jruenewald. Patricia Mattson, Ami Keppel. Fourth row: Nancy Stotl. Joyce Mueller. Betty Naysmith. Carol Taylor. Barbara J ' rocknow. (Jloria Kromrey. Mary W agener, Janice Reukenia. Marcia Clark. Lois Scheili. Sondra Siuiilstrom. Lucy Neff. ( arol Christensen. Mardell Scbultz, Phyllis DOrazio. Mary Lamb. Margaret L rban. BADGER CLUB The houses at 819, 820. and 823 Irving Phi ' e are houif to a[(|in) iiiiatfl TO dI " us who make oiir home in Badger Chib at liite House. Squire Hall, anil Hodag House, respectively. Vt e opened otir social season with an open house. At Homecoming time we addeil another tropin to our growing collection: it was a result of a dream — " e dreamed we crtished iNL . . . ' " and using Bucky Badger as the central character we won the third place trophy. Through the social year we entertained our friends and dates at coffee hours, formals, a faciiltv dinner, tree trimming parties, and other informal parties. L nion committees. Student Board. Dailv Cardinal. Orchestra. L RC. Y CA. Hoofers, and iiianv other campus clubs and commissions were our extra-curricular activities. Oflicers were Thora ervoren. president: Marv agener, vice-president; Lucv Neff. secretar : and JoAnn Secord. treasurer. The Badger Club girls get together. 23; BARHARD HALL The girls of Barnard ilall went all out for a hiisv and successful social calendar this ear. Chief c cuts wer ' tlieir fall open house, the Senior Swintroul. a (Christmas formal, the Kresh- tUiiii |{arii|iicl. ami l ((iiirsc. ihc atuuial harnanl-M ack lard |)arl . lan j;irLs were active in campus activities, loo. includini; Mernice Duer. president of Pi l.andida Thela: Gerr X isniewski. president of Coranio: Marfrot Knilans. president of Phi Upsilon ((micron and (j iiian Defense rliairinari of women: anil iSarliara lorle . vice- president of Vi SG A. Members who received honors were Harl)ara Hamilton. Marfjol Knilans, and Susan i eber. Mortar Board: and Barbara Morle . Crucible. Officers were Barbara Hamilton, president: Barbara Bo in. vice-president: Iellie Swan- son, secretary; Coralee Stokke, treasurer; iVancy Huckanan, social chairman; and Carol Guetschow, WSGA Representative and judicial chairman. Miss Jessie A. Allen is the housemother. First rmt: left to rifilil: ]. Mayer. C. Alme. K. Markwardl. N. Johnson. V. Kluth. N. UUsch. Seconil row: D. 1erow, B. Duer. M. knilans. l. X aril. I . Nenhauer, G. Anderson. N. tFilmour. L. Lcpke, E. Vacheron, Miss J. Allan, B. Sleplii-ns. B. Ilamilli.n. B. Bovim, M. Owens. E. Leh. E. Elilers. l. Ehhen. S. Kenbler. M. tJildermeisler. S. Ni-nrka. TliinI run: B. fierce, J. Nelson, J. Vanphn. J. Kralsrh. S. Brecke. S. Benson, 1 . Waeilekin. .1. Tanel. I. " i.shimura. J. ,.n«;. N. Lins, G. Bergmann. 1. Miir|.lu. ,1. Kina. . Ollow, C. Tliiele, K. liarniisDn. S. Slafeil. K. Carney. G. Brockway, E. Kil .|.alriik. .1. I ' linih. I ' . Jiiluisim. I ' mirtli ri)ic: l. Mnllei. S. Glinlon. N. Knaiise. M. Swanson, C. Pierce. G. isniewski. .1. I ' elle rino. .1. Zaunieyer, K. O ' Leary, S. Thurman. D. Sliearier. M. Beach. S. Anderson. .1. Perrin. 1. I,inilii«. P. Brown. . Lassila, M. Berg, J. Zimniermann. M. Snllivan. P. Teska. Fifth niir: 1. Merrill. 1). I.ukas. J. Maidimalil. 1. Bulu- heris, E. Slraltman. J. Sager. I). Klein. C Rausch, L. Sutton. V. Daws. L. Lindow. E. Nelson. P. Nanjoks, J. Kno ' .l. S. Blumer, L. Rupnow, M. Durkin, D. Miller. Sixth ruiv: E. Berndl. P. Helmhrechl. C. (iuelsrliow, B. Peterson, R. Biddick, C. Slokke, N. HaU, J. Schallerl, J. Lloyd. B WMW4 mm mm First row. Ii ' t lu right: D. Sarchet, J. Carroll. M. Seelig, N. Papke, B. Behm. M. Tullle, A. Kiiehn, . Thibo- deau, G. Karagunis. N. Brushert, J. MacFarlane. J. Raymond. A. Hollander. J. Anderson. Second row: k. Heideman. M. Grouesleen. K. Kalir. j. .lakiek. J. Anderson, N. Mueller. I ' , kennev. H. Watson, H. Lunkiewiez. F. Kline, E. Hvan. 1. Neiperl. M. llelgeson, J. Fellenz. 1. Johnson. .1. Jossi, R. Meyer, T. Draper, P. Wilbur. C. Reiehhardl. Tliinl n-ii . 11. Myint, H. Cohen, C. llolmen. I ' . Walzke, C. Halsor. J. Griilzik, J. Perry, K. Weilzel, C. Mann. ( ' ,. Druvor, G. Spencer, S. Pusk. k. keohane. (;. W einer. D. Jaehnig, J. Anderson, M. Schroeder, B. kiiehn. S. Warzinik, N. Benjamin. R. Diiroiher. ( .. Cliilds. I ' oiirlli row: IN. Maclntvre, A. Jurkins, J. Carlson. L. Hermann, S. Dance, J. Hiller. J. Jaekels. 1). arkol. k. Mueller, P. Langsford, C. Parmenta. J. Cox. B. Heideman. (;. Dressen, G. kenlon. M. CJrebel. L. Radke. D. Unselb. Fifth row: B. Fotrnev. P. Taeberman. B. Prill. J. Achtenberg, E. Boerner. M. Ilohnan. 1. Benson. . Swee, J. Dederich, J.Cabalek. A. Muhich. F. Alberts, C. Knezevich, L. Stahl. (:. Ebrolh. B. Gregg. J. Kujawa, K. Kelberman. Sixth roiv: D. Sperberg, N. Klapprolh, J. Kvarda, J. Greenwood. M. Volkmann, V. Anderson, D. Ward, M. Schwartzburg, D. Lovrine, Ruth, M. Eifler, J. Egre, E. Giese. CHADBDURIVE HALL Chatlbourne Hall vas scheduled to he torn down this suniiner, hut due to liie great housing shortage for women the university decided just a few weeks before the beginning of .school to open it again temporarily until vacancies were found in the other dorms for the girls. Chad had sever al social functions and lots of spirit. Several informal dances, exchange dinners, and listening parties, along with a faculty tea and an open house made up the year ' s pro- gram. Because Chad is eighty -lour wars old. llie oldest women ' s tlorm on a ro-cd campus, the girls often had to endure lire drill about one o ' clock in the morning. Officers were Margaret Neipert, president: Helen atson. vice-president: Patricia Kenney. secretarv: Mar Helgeson. treasurer: ,It)an Merritt. social chairman: and Gertrude W einer. judicial chairman. Miss Frances Kline is the head resident. Chadbonrne girls entertain at open house. 237 ELIZABFTH WATERS HALL J ' lif W3 girls of Klizaheth Waters had several special functions this ear in addition lo the traditional ones held every year. " Shoeless Shuffle, " an informal fall dance: " Mistletoe Magic. " the Christmas formal; an open house; the Junior-Senior Banquet; a spring informal and formal were a few of the parties held. Among the traditions continued this year at Liz were the Unit picnics around the Council Ring in the fall, candlehght dinners everv Saturday night, singing during the meal, and singing Christmas carols around the piano in ilie main lounge led by " Pop " Gordon. laii of the girls won honors and were active in campus activities during the year in- cluding Carol Parlow and Jackie Bathey. Mortar Board: Adrienne Robinson, Crucible; Joan Landa. district 5 representative on Student Board: and Carohn Brueggemann, president of Dolphins. Officers were Lucille Bodeau, presiilcnl; joAnn lionuini;. ice-president: IJiane Dahl. secretary; Arless West, treasurer; Bette Wetmore, social chairman; and Marion Schuette. judi ' ial chairman. Mrs. Julia Hill is housemother. 238 ■ ' irsi niir. Irfl In liiiht: M. IrcM ' iiuiii. M. (:iia| inan. L. Si.ls.-i.. 1 ' . In-llin rr. M. ilcC.ii;;!!. ( ' .. Niiaiiiii. A. ;cl,lianll. C. WillH-r. I. lih. l. liil.l. .1. I ' ranko. -r,,m,l ,.,„: S. Kurlll.T. S. I.i»a.cl. .1. l)n.|.|.. »;. W.r- irr. l.(:.,l l».II..I.S.Iiwartz, W. IJniMik. .). Ciel.ler. A. ilcM ' iis. J. I liiinipson, A. , .-sl. l. Sclioinisih, E. viiu-.T. Thinl n.M, K. Je- :i.-r. 1 ' . lil simiii.ms, N. ' .(.pix-iis. K. Hiulilioefl, A. iehroeder. K. Nii- liTm -ier. kl. Dchmanii. 1,. l.il.lilicUl, ;. Voss, B. Bulilil . I ' . (;iaii- I.T. S. Iloll. I{. I ' iiilev. Iniirlli nw: I). Her iiiann. II. Oe- raiidtT. K. Kaiih. .1. Blnniiif;. {. p:ricksoii, Iv Bonlianh. K. lasch, H. Peha.k. !•.. VWir.. . Rol erl80ii, 1. (iii ' rlirn. L lever. N. ( .miiiiii-luiin. W. Sc.ricla. K. B.MMlrr. V ( , " ...■ J. Na-v, .1. Ballu-N.A. ;.liii,-i,l.T. 1. Biirlui.li. K. lorpln. M. M.M.rr. ( ,. rlnMii ' .-l. J. riirnl-uli. ,1 . {iM-rlik,-. 1 ' . C.lliii-.. ;. ka-- ni-iT. I). KcillM-rk. . Bailk- ■r. Sixth n,„: ,1. loliiisoil. l. Mal.ic. (.. CnisliN. C. riiei- (11. 1 ' . Mckril.ia. l. Wulk. •. II. ,h. l. Diier. 1). lal- (.11. l. (irillin, C. Smilb. K. )mi.ha.n. Seienth row: I. •ikr. I,. Krdmaiin, M. Stralil. {. S.M-hodllcr, L. Pierce. J. l .lMi-...n, M. .Sieiner, W. A illc. ,1. Aschenhrenner. J. U)riiuiiji. ,1. Kam ay. B. Slock. B. Drvluiu.l. UHIT I First run. left to rigUl: C. I ' .laliol . S. Oicpcnlro ' , J. |,.l,ii-.,,M. K. Scliiillciilicrf;. C. Wii. K. KohlclT. B. llolTner, i;. MalllicH.s. B. Bagiiall. B. Baer, C. Schemmer. B. Hen- tiing. Secimtl row: B. Serra- cino, M. Roth, R. Eekert, M. Eckert, K. Knudson, S. Price, S. Mieritz, B. Seals, M. Pal- lister. B. Mueller, G. Har- w.hmI. E. Smith, A. Claren- liacli. IN. Wetzel. Third row: .1. I. em. L. Ziebarth, B. (ialirif:. J. Zieman. A. Engel- liard. A. Calhaiim. M. Gris- i ld. ,1. Tiielken. S. Shogren. I.. Wells. S. Kcclcs. B.Brown, I ' . Whllncv. Fourth row: S. koTinak. 1). Bohlman, D. Burr. H. Morrison, G. Ben- son. I). llcMitson. J. Ness, B. I.aw oii. K. Kerslen, M. I ' alk. I,. Rossow. T. Apple, I). WIrlli. H. Vorpahl, M. loi-aii. ;. Wallers, H. Ges- scrl. fifth row: S. Haaland, l. Ilaslow. L. Koch, A. Gul- liraiK en, J. Loehning, B. Trexell, E. Carstens, B. Ko- pitzkee, J. Bardeen, M,. Otto, J. Ransom, N. Odegaard. Sixth row: N. Revzen, N. Ball. ,1. Dahle. J. Bowlby, D. krueger, G. .Moses, M. Smity- man. L. Hanson, L. Eber- hardl. C. Grade, M. Hast- reiler. UNIT II 239 fmfM9)P. O oj iP,OJ A UNIT III First n,i,. Irfl l„ lifihl: S, r. iM ' ika. II. Kiiix ' iisiriii. : . T,,lrlf.M. l. (iiiiN. S. hnn. .1. .l..ilanll „■M. S. ' Iilr . |{. l i k.M. M. .-rr. I.. Uoil.-au. ,S,-,-,»„ n,n . 1. Kc ' IziiifiPr. K. Dcrir. .1. S,.»Mi-. K. Kloi . l. Kill. . liaf;,laNiaii. I ' .. lallirk. N. Oak,-. I). (lUoii. H. HI.-Im-. I hint ,,„ : I. Winikc. I,. lal.,,lm. |{. Kalz. M. D.Min. (;. la . ,i. (.. .S.haclrr. I,. l,K,-n .ir. I ' . lainaii. II. S.Imih-iI.t. K. oj;l. U. Wrliii.MT. I.. SrIiMli.ll. l. H..,r,ik.-. I,. l,.-,lxii,a. I„tiill, n„i: l. I ' mI- l,r. I,. K. ln. K. Ki.i;;, S. KiiMiii . C. Miiciuli.pw. V. (.liii.-. K. laVucldr. 1. Dril- k.Tl. I?. Ci mclilr. C. Hi.r- inan. .1. Srliull ,. N. I ' imIis. |{. .Mil,. M. Ilusi.r. k. r.%.-. ,1. (iaiii kx. I ' iflh nni: I). (m-IiI. 1. ll.-iMlnscii. K. I ' aiilMii. i;. Ilrckmann. V. Cmk. S. Cn.niil-t-r. N. linkhani. (;. Wrifihl. (;. M.ml. ' s. l. I ' mI.I. |{. Vifiillicri. L. Ba liaiU■lle. 11. Mlrr ' oll. N. Thayer. Sixth ran: 1). (Jrasse, A. Sil- erness, I., l irnperl, ( ' .. l-ea- liv. II. I ' ,. lis. (;. Barriiifilun. i. Vol-I. .1. B,-vcr. I). Dal. I. K. Kii(mI,-I .is(Ii ' . K. 11,-nVr- iian. W. Mall. K. Homer. I- . IJraiiill. I ' . Bussy. Scicntli rttjv: B. Biiriiieister, S. Schar- fenber ;. B. Jopke, C. Urewr - M. Colvin, P. England, M. Small, N. Teasdale, N. Slcjll. E. Roknieh. UIVIT IV 240 First run: Irfl to ti«ht: D. Marshak. (J.Sinion. W. Lintz, J. Slnillz. N. MtCann, E. Mc. rlhiir. (1. Kerndl, . McFarland. E. Kohls, I. Freeman, C. Brue " j;emanii. D. Dahnke. Second roiv: J. Fran .el, J. Schaefer. B. Ouinn, S. Nahl.efeld, B. Gee. .S. Cola. .1. Kosler. J. Weiss. 1. Sihiille. . Rol.inson. ,1. Charlier. 1. ( )lsen. I ' . I ' lek- enpol. A. Blakelleld. S. Han- son. Thirtl roiv: N. Lando, P. Sehullz, E. Karris, A. Green, ,1. Byrnes, B. Phillips, 1). Hemp. 1. ShiUin};. E. (mi- hler, U. lenm. D. Klanafiaii. A, Dropp. B. Dinkel. t ' oiiilh n,H-: B. Sandor. (;. Droenin . 1,. Bur ' v. k. Vinlon. 1. ;oli-lilly, .1. Paylon, H. Giil- lirandsen, E. Simonis, E. Siinonis. M. Cameron, S. llrinp. .1. Balchelor, M. Kin- ney. Fifth row: I. Awe, I. kolies, C. Huenik, E. Zahn. 1. Innian, J. Fenske, .1- Sunons. l).(;ienn.D.Siekerl. K. Boll). .11. M. Marsh, J. Kosen. Sixth row: N. Port, I). Elmer, M. Kadtke, J. Chris- tian, J. Younglove, J. Fischer, D. Darnell. K. Amundson, D. Slelzner. M. Stone. J ■V ( 1,111. Irfi 1,1 right: M. Win;;.-.. S. Slia». I). Baker. .1. lof:,l. H. l.liil,., I ' . S.liafor, 1. Ham.ii. ,1. Ilickok F I ' i.ril . l. I)n,t. ,1. Hii.h,. S,;,m,l ,„„■: 1). Ilxi I Crooks. l. C. ()|,p.noilli it l,,•i .•l. S. I.i.-ll,r. 1. N„l„,l I.. I...M I.-N. .). Kro-Ml l Dclliinir. C. DillMiaii. I I ' ljl IVi. . Ml.irrlil. I). Bii.l ,ri riiinl n,in .]. Johnson s Imimmi. r. Dav. C. Giomow ski. |{. lullin. C. E.lwar.ls .1. Dai.iclso,,. I., kell.nh.i (.;. Slollz. K. o. 1 Sclihit.r. H. Kkslrom. I hn a. C. Dahl. B. Slemberg. I ' iKiilli niir: L. Van Zandt, J. Coleman. S. Klavon, C. Bar- l.-l. . liniKT. .1. . Kowlrv. I. KolTkr. l. Lon-.-ncker. M. IlioMipson. B. l,.,kl,-n- l.iTf;. 1. Iliill. (;. la,ler. J. UU-s. U. l.ione. l. Collins. I ' ifll, niir: S. I ' ills. N. I ' lav- niaii. 1 ' . Koll. K.. Dalv. T. S|MMa. C. Bi.e. W (;ralin. I. Wnlh. 1. IVnil.a.h. I. E. Ilnnnn.-I. I ' . S.-rf.-r. I). Cas- ciaio. 1). ,„l,.,-son. V. l,-- C.o%. 1. k. Slaidl. Sixth row: W Chn.lnolT. J. Pratt. J. Koil,lo«. |. Marker. J. Miirikc. I ' . Dunimer. J. Mc- Narnara. I). Gonnering. N. I is, licr. (;. Schmidt, B. Gim- nilcr. I,. P ' rank. riviT V Liz " Homecominf; Deroralion. i ELiZABETH WATERS- i HALL I ' ll.- iMaiililnl lakeshore setting of Elizabeth ' ftalers Hall. 241 STAFF — First row. left to right: Ann Duiikle, Caroline Crooks, Palricia Ciirran, Mrs. Hill, Grace Matthews. Helen Sihroeder. Second row: Jane McNamara, Ann Banker. Frances Johnson. Ruth 1erow. ELIZABETH WATERS DFFIEEflS EXECUTIVE ' COUNCIL— FiVsf r„w. left to right: Lucille Bodcaii. Marion Schutte, Mary Moore. Jeanne Arnold. JoAnn Hurnun ;. Nancy Flavman. Second row: Arless West, Diane Dahl. Marjorie Meredith. Joan ounglove. Patricia Curran. Betle Wetmore. Helen Polls. 242 The beautiful seltin " of the dorin liuK- for a slu.lv hreak al the P ine ttoom. The Men ' s Halls Association is the sell-government for all residents of the men ' s dorms and of Slirliter. The purpose of the MHA is to serve its members through making available to them such lacilities as special interest clubs. I;iuiidr rooms, a librar . the Pine Room, a store, free movies, and party rooms. The Cabinet, made up of representatives from the various houses, is the governing bodx of llic 11IA. In adililioti ihcrc are a number of standing committees set up (o [icrform specific functions in the organization. The Association business ofTice keeps linancial |■l•(•o|■d for llic house social chairmen and for the Cabinet ' s budget, regidates parl equipment and party room usage, and does all other clerical work of the MHA. Business managers were Reid Mevis (first semester) and Glenn T aedtke (second semester), and assistants were Glenn Laedtke and Harry Vernon, who also limctioned as co-social secretaries. Officers were kenneth Jones, president; John iley, vice-president: Reid Mevis, secretary: and Stan Kulakow. Student Board representative. MHA One lump or two? 243 MHA CABIIVET hint row. left tu right: M. Singer, J. Jensen, J. Wiley- K. Jones, R. Mevis, S. Kulakow, N. Nebel. Second rniv: V. Zaida, J. Randall, T. Kilze, B. Barringlon, T. Koppenal, R. Hasse, H. Chalekian, G. Long. Third row: R. Green, C. Koeble, T. Chalklev, R. DeHarl, T. (;avell, J. Vollelz, W. n.ilH.n. D. Price. SLICHTER HALL FonnciK ;i nuirs dormitory, Slichter was converted into a temporary home for displaced Cha lh()iirnil(s. The new residents of " Boys Town " quickly oriented themselves and be- caiiic aciiM- members of the MHA. Mirnorable events of the year included after-game coffee hours: an open house: " Hark, Hark, the Snark. " an informal party: a freshman tea: and a senior swingout. Our service jiroject consisted of entertaining and making tray favors for the McElrath ursing Home. Among our outstanding campus personalities were Helen Starr, prom queen candidate: -Mary Singer. Crucible: and Catherine Vakos and Helen Wong. Mortar Board. Officers were Helen Wong, president: Sally Peterson, vice-president: Lois Kaseguma. secretarv: Bettv eiland. treasurer: .lime Rakok. so.ial chairman: and Helen Starr, judicial chairman. ' I a R Ji « ii if II n 1 1 II n 245 BIERMAIV HOUSE I ' irsl roil. • ( In ri ilu: lar- ii«ri Biirralim. Virginia Nvc, loan I ' a ' i-1. ( :arla C.orlsi ' ii. Nii-iiiia H-.llc. Kallirvii llol- laiiil. Srr.m. n ii; Doris l.iiriil- Iht-. ,1,1, h Ko|,|,lii,. Jan,- ( riniMi. Manoraina llo all. NariiN MrCMlchin. Xiip-la I ' .-.ak. Nanrv W illianis..M. riiinl niii: Orlamla 11,-mrniM- -,T. ,|o nn (ia.kril. ,I.-m.- Kiiri. Arlim- r.-l.-1 .kc. liar- hara Faick, Uiane Si liaili-. KoljtTlaShernoff. Carol W It.- ,11. •■|.»rf i n,„-: Pal B,.iilan- j:iT. ?San,-vaiiii (iroftser. Jaiirl Kalkir. Ora,.- Kick. E.lna- l„-ll,- BarklialiM. Bellv Olson. lai-,- Knf:,-llan,l. Siiian Bar- li..ll . M,IU ,llanil. Diane ,n,llan,l. 7 i njic: June |- ' ri, ' ,lrirhs- Beverlv Graves, Sii aniie Esch. Helen Dries, Helen (rodfrev. (rayle Gross. LaVerne Mashnda. Nane Brunsell, Sallv I ' elerson. GAVIIV HOUSE First rinv, left tii right: Pal- rieia Stenman, Janel Ciin- nolK . Patricia (.longer, Salh Por,li. nn (Jregory. Naney Willnian. Sue Hawley, Don- na Martens, Si ' contl nnv: (!on- nie Tice. Mililreil Morse. Marilvn Breitiing. Mthea Hill. Doris Kool,. Carolyn (Jammeter, Margaert Fliegal. I ' -leanor Evenson. .Tovre ()u,-ns, ThinI n,ir: CaroKn ( ;iM-i-,lenseii. Kiilli ,|anirk. „An■ Kolhniaii. Donna Karl,-n. Bessie Tan. lar ll,in|i. l uetta Pelnar. Mari- l n ( )lsen. t mstanee Nehel. I ' liiirlli roiv: ISanev I.eni. lani.e Hainpel. Eli .aliell, Fr,.,-lilke. Canilvn Zieliin. BeM-rly Fleiseher. ' Sarah Rol.- erts. l.ois Sluessv. .Shirlev Van Dvcke. Melittz Kie- inann. Njarllla M nirane. V W, nnr: Vnile lleian. Ka% S|„-ar. S u,■ ,■ H :m. Marl.ara Horn. I, I, la l{el,er.D,,rotlu Daville. Kiiili Beese. Marion K jn,- Selienrman. Priseilla W il.lisll. 246 l-ir l nni.lrllK.riuhl: H.-mtK l-i.-ill.r. l.Mla (line. Ilelt-n Kil.N. Ilcieii Wonj:. nila KanuiK ' ii. Naiu Masiiii. Ann Fearer. ScvuikI roir: Mary Singer. Betlv Kade. Joyce Lehahn. Klaine Moglowsky. I.iiis Kasegunia. Beltv (lenn- rl.li. Nan Keid. Margar.l Hannigarlner. Vngeline Diir- .lall. Thin! nm-: Barbara Miilir. Margery Bnokeridge. lanel Streal.low. Sally Cliff. lar Nienlans. Sally Dean. Darlene W e er . Bonnie Ri- le . Bonnie loulton. loiirlli niir: Ellen Keller. Marilyn Klio.le. .Inne Rakow. I.oi, Miller. Sonya Smith. Mary lorenz. Claire Gootlrich. Ber- nailine Brentnip. Joan Rook. C nlliia Cauger. Fifth run: Helen Starr. Donna (Jennn- zio. Kstelle Toepel, Barbara Burnham. Connie Cams. nne (iiese. Kathleen Criffin. Joan Branks. Mildred Kranse. Anita Oimden. GOLDBERG HOUSE First mil. Ivfl III right: P. Grossenbeeker. S. an Cleef. M. Dickey. J. Lanz. B. Man- erinan. C. Potratz. Secuiid nnc: L. Manson, J. Hill. Q. Tinder. J. Riiffolo, . Arnia- ganian. C. Hagen. . Geor- gieff. V. Boyle. Third ron-. M. Millard. K. Landmark. N. Ncbel. K. Kniith. 1). (;reen- «ood. J. Alexander. K. De- longe. P. Mueller. B. Boyd. Fimrth nm: B. Bartz. K. Han- sen. (;. Meyrick. J. Nord- strom. S. I eonard. N. Kriim- beuer. H. Beliling. k. K.m e. F. LaBracke. M. Brass. Fifil, row: I). Sclmanilt. B. Ker- sten. P. Bergman. M. Sie- mens. N. iirbuch. A. Ray- mond, iw. Birnie. N. Nielsen. C. Ritler. C. Vakos. L. Haack. LUEDKE HOUSE % VM First nin Ivjl In riglit: Jaiiies Limil, Charles llass, Giislavc Carlson, Lyle Block, Osnmiul Holm-llaiisen. Viilliam Triokel, Eugene Schultz. Eugene Reynokls. Second row: Trenton Ross, Fred Wiviolt. Norman Weilzel, Norherl Cvwinski. Ralph Eosler. James Selle, Jack Burke. Third run-. Michael Baumblall. Howard Siewert. David Rut, Riiliard llecnum. Donald Wold, lunirlh nm: Donald W endorff. Jerrv Kellev. Walter Seymour, William Scoll. Don Baundilall. Ralpli Kno . Charles Mairr. John (iaynor. Fifth nni: Donahl Kaatz. Lynn Gordon, John Hopkins. John ( arcy. Edwin Herrmann. Edwin Knoechel, Glenn Laedtke. Jack Bokros. BASHFDRD HOUSE The men of Bashforil House like to think of their house as more than just a place to live. To them, it is the hub of the campus, academically (highest grade point average in the resi- dence halls), athletically (no Supremac) Cup, hut doggone it, we tried!), and sorialK (from a football game with Liz IV to our senior banquet). The respect for our mascot Basil, the Bashford wolf, rcllccts tii " spirit and iiilcfrralcd co- operation which dominates all the house functions. This is why the men of Basiiford proudl agree with Basil that, ' ' Bashford is Best. " Officers were Lyle Block, president; Gustave Carlson, vice-president: and William Triikcl. secretar -treasiu-er. 11 a Bashford 11, parly. 248 llll,i;ri(.S ;Vrs( ;■„, . Ivfl U, rifiUl-. l ' .M.-r n-,ll M-,k .Naiio Nrlicl. I ' .llirrt Sulim, Blair tallK-«s. Sr,;m,l ,„„ B..I) K.-lf. NDrm riirk. Beriiie Slumbras, llarr Cliair kiaiK DaNt ' ' riioiiipsoii. f Sw BDTKISI HOUSE Hdlkin lloii c is |it( ii(l of ils iiKiiu iiicmlicts wlio vt ' i» arti t ' in camiiiis arli ilics lliis eat•. Tlie long list includes Paul Krocning. rl Mi ' es. ami lOin ctick. Mil (inniniuns (]()niniitt« f. alter Zaiila. MIIA Cal)inet ViOrkshop: Jack Bowen, Union Fiiljlic Relations (loininillee: Len Brinknian. Blood l)ri e: Mike Cwavna. varsity footliall; Kil Heins. haskell)all: Karl Selle.k. Mil lliiiiling and Fishing Club: and Jim Nt ' sliill. Mil Library (ionnnittee. Kd lleins. Sam Austin. Paul Kroening, and Tom Olsen distinguished theniseKes by earn- ing membership in Phi Kta Sigma. A earnival party, a casino part , a Homecoming celebration, semi-annual lian(|uets. and various picnics were outstanding social e ents during the year. As l pical Bolkin Bulldogs, we continue to soar to the top in social, alhlclic an d scholastic events. Throughout all of our activities we are guitled by our motto " Sui Generis. " Onicers were Earl Selleck. president: I arl Rockstad. treasurer; James Follensbee. social chairman: and Kd Ib ' ins. alhlclic cliairman. First row, left to right: Frederick Culver, Donald Allen. Earl Selleck, Blair Malhews, James Ewart. Harold Willis, John Kilch. Second row: Luis Jimenez, Sam Austin, John Karlh, Roberl Baxter, Charles Kleninie. Paul Truesdell. asuo Mivazaki, Leonard Brinkman. Third row: John Ellis. Charles Kilger. James Vnienl. Roherl Bruie. Kolierl Keicherl. Roger Wilsnaok. John Zick. Louis Getzin. Fourth row: Charles l)ii»raiil. Richard ()h all. Karl Rockstad. Jerome Abraham, Peter Hahn, James Follensbee. Thomas Olsen. Kd«ard Heimslreet. (iary Zwicky. Fifth roti: Thomas enrk. Alan Herro. John Bowen, Michael ( vayna, Edward lleins, Ral] h Meyer. Jack Horn. Ralph Lui-ier. Donalil einkauf. First niu: left to right: ,). Keochekian. J. S])ears, D. Scluillz, I). Klei n, K. Poralh, R. Slracka. Second row: T. (;ann. ii. P. Bagdassiaii. I). Hanauer. R. Shaw, R. Crago, D. Kuechle, W Jones, R. Fahres, S. Mainz, D. Decker. Third rote: V. Loii.lono. R. Neale. J. t )s valcl. P. Sliiirpil. R. Larson, I. Rohr, W. Krieger, J. Schroe- der, R. LAUier, G. Diaz, J. Murphy, M. Xndersoii. I ' ourth rote: T. Michler, D. Sehmatz, W. Wiberg, W. Gresenz, D. Hainer, J. Pope, R. Boini, R. Messar. J. Hanson. W . Riie. K. Srhauer. Fifth rote: ,1. Werl. H. Chalekian, F. Wiesner, D. Ruehlman. G. llehlinger, P. Koss, . Murphy, (J. KupfersrhmitI, A. Mills, W. Wiegel, J. Ryrne. I), nderson, W. Kiessling. Sixth rote: J. Frost, D. Ludvvig, P. John, R. Sehwanke, J. Frenck, (i. Alhriglu. W . Pasciak, R. Teumer, P. Morrow, P. Thomsen, A. Seahorg, B. (Jelhnan, D. Regele, T. Pittelman, J. kealing. CHAMBERLAIIV HOUSE Sports were IValurccI i[i tlhaiuln ' rlain IFouses a(li ilifs tliis M-ar. witli liaskclltall teams in court and hack icajiin ' linals. r No outstanditif; alhlelcs from ( !l)aml)crlaiii were Paul Morrow. arsit Itaskctliall. anil Tom Michler. arsit track. riie Cliristmas in Hawaii informal dance was llie lop e enl in llic llrst semester social season. Officers were Richard Crago. president: Don Seahorg. viee-presideni and secretar : Walt Pasciak, treasmer: and l?ill IJrnnkou. social cliairmaii. I)a e Kiieihle is hoiiselellow. RI)S First rote, left to right: Dojiald F.rnn-r. Paul lorro«. Harry Chalekian, oahinel aiMsor. Seeoiiil roie: James Mars. Pliilip E. Jensen, ehairman; l)j pil Tlionip- •,en, John Balikis, housefellow aiKisor. 250 l.l MM lil l loir. Irjl In , Drhail. Jmiic Uac-,,«. S,;.,i„l Marriiii;!..,!. Ih.rrv I- i-lwr. Uht: HcM-ih linllrr. Dirk ,m: KoImtI ( lailurll. lUn.n CDIVDVER HOUSE riioiii; (]()no er " s oiilslaiidiiii. ' camims celebrities this year were llarlaiid Carl. .ferr W ill. anil Mark lloegh. arsit loolliall team: r )ni Govert. I iiiuii I ' uriirii ( !i)rTiiiiil lee: anil Hoi) I.eisses. editor of the Vt iseonsin Mngineer. ' I ' he highlight of the fall soeial season was the Sewers in Paris | arl . Honors went to (lono er for winnini; the Kronshage haekeourt howling ehanipionship led h i Brotherhood, and lor seeond plaee in ice sculpturing in the I0.S2 inter Carnival. Officers were Buzz Zick. president: Richard Genke. vice-president; Tom Fisher, treasurer; and Russ Frederick, social chairman. First nil,. Irjt U, riglil: Russell Freilri.k. C-nr W orsehei-k. Lowell Seliuening. l)a iil Fraser. lliifrlilaml Zick, Norris knighl. Russell Brockman. keilli Miller. Robert Tiernev, David Nelson. Sciiiiiil niw: Hulierl Jorns, Sheldon Schiel.ll. John X illiams. Thomas rcnekhoff. (Gordon Hoppe. Donald Pollock. Harold Biller, William Rolzoll. Paul Johnson. Tliinl niiv: James lanscn. Calvin Hartleh. Robert I.eijses. Ilarve S.hulze. Rov Haller. James Knaak. Bruce B .Md. DaN id Mcl .cr. Rol.crl Tchan. Fuiirlli row: l.arrv llahcrmann. Dan Griegorezvk, Thomas Fisher, karl kundcrl. Donald W i. kr.l.iir-. F. Don lla ranck. James l.ocke. Don-las Roberts, Robert Gemeinhardt. Da%id Met;, man. Richard Bauerfcind. ' ' ' ' " " ' • ' ' I ' lon Thics. Bruce MetJowan. Donald Peterson, George Edges, Thomas MeClellan, Gary Engels. John Dol . Charles Jos- vanger, Bruce Kramer, Richard Bond. James Close. Richard (ienke, Fred Reich. l-irsl n,u left to right: 1). W alker, F. Marshall, W . Kunlz, W . Webster, R. Kempski, M. Daliliiiger, C. Schullz. Second roic: W. (Jast, G. Scheer, A. Samarrai, F. Krom, T. Chen, T. Curro, L. Liieschow. J. PoHikv. TItird roH-: l. Krichniar, D. Gerlach, J. Peterson, D. Hostvedl. R. Kohlmami, G. Holtz, D. O ' Brien, R. Spahr. Fourth roiv: . Buihmann, P. Sorge, J. Bartingale, A. Iverson, H. Andreis, D. Thusius, M. Pnlzier. H. Vernon. Fifth roir: 1). Branton, L. Eiserl. D. Schoeneck, C. lerow, T. Lekhl, A. Tncker, T. Treichel. I FALLOWS HDUSE Fallows House started the social season off right with a terrifir part . ' " Hawaii Calls. " and kept up the good work with hay rides and more siiceessfid parlies. Scholasticalh and athleticalK. loo. (lie " Fallows Kats " were in llicrc pililiiiig ail year long. OfTieers for the ear were Bill Kinitz. president: George floltz. secretary: l Iscrson, treasurer: .lack Bartingale. social cliairuian: Prank kroni. athletic chairman: .|(»lm lialis. scholarship chairman: and Dean O ' Mricn. |ndilicit chairman. FILM hirst roH. Irft to rigltt: Dorolhv Sih»ainll. Joseph Kxchlak, William (;rael el. Ilowar.l Dietzman. S,, ,. » n,i. : Earl Brinknian. John Newell, Robert Brand,!. W illiani Dolson. FINANCE — First nnv. left to rl ht: Have Kuechle. Burton Gellman. Aniieniai- Koliii. SitdihI inir: illiam Bruiikrm. Koherl Brown, Uouulil Kmlil. Keid U%is. FMILLE HOUSE Faville House gave three terrific parties each semester of which a record party and a Roaring " 20s Flapper Part were the most outstanding. Another important social event was the annual Tri-House formal, the only all-orchid dinner dance in the men ' s dorms, which Faville sponsors. Faville House adopted a new emblem this year showing a student holding a stein of beer and looking through snark glasses. Officers were Marsh Burrows, president: Dick Buerger, vice-president: Dick Le Barron, secretary-treasurer; Marc Momsen, social chairman: and Jim Price, athletic chairman. Hugh Lovell is the housefellow. First n,„. h-Jt to right: R. LeBarron. J. Price. M. Burrows. H. Lovell, W. Hoffman. M. kamatsu. R. Cal.l- well. Second ruic: D. Grolh. H. Dielzman. O. Klaus, R. Gafvert, J. Grunwalill. R. Beckman. T. Subitli. J. Hetzer. Third row: W. Buhlitz. R. Buerger, E. Feirtag, R. McCool. E. imnii-r. (;. koeliler, K. Seitlemann. M. Momsen. F ourth row: K. Western, L. Coifel. C. Willuir. A. Eisenberg. J. I.uilil. R. Kerler. R. Steckling. N. Picha, J. Dittrich. Fifth row: A. Joahnknecht. C. Bartholf. R. W ilke. J. Burt. J. Alirens. D. Ware. L. Peterson, P. Wernick, M. Chapman. J. Burlingame. J. Branks. N m vp«Mpt!B9ar7 pa!7R-issr«!i liisl nut. Irjl u, riglil: K. kcllcg. A. Jt-nseii. W . Dull. K. I)ifkn ef;.r. W. Alwood, E. Ouandt. K. Boiima. Secoiul nin-: A. Behreiis. Vr. Kionquisl. D. Bniili, L. Olsmi. B. Barrlujilon. D. Loos, N. Quiiiii. Third niiv: J. Mcliilyre, S. Krippner. G. Keen. S. Naysmitli. K. Veslerhy, J. Selher, D. Saunders. Ftiurlh row: T. Iloule. B. Reinhold, R. Kershek, W. Meissner. J. loede, D. Sherwood, J. Cook, K. Liiloff. Fifth row: ]. Jasculca, W. Boyce, D. Thompson. C. Witlkop, H. Jacobs, W. Bartzsch, T. Bubollz, T. Daley, R. Mar- quardl. FRAIVKEIVBllRGER HOUSE Frankenhiirger men take pride in tiicir coopcraliM ' house spirit ami llieir parlies wiiicli ha e proved to be some of the best in dorniland. The oiilslan(hng eelebration of the year was tlie " House of Horrors " party to which all ghosts, goblins, and spooks were eordially irn ited. The annual hop-seoteh lournanient with I nit IV of Liz aters was another big e ent, and. ol course, we won! Officers for this year were Ken Diekroeger. president: Kdward Quandt. vice-president; Donalfl Bruch. treasurer: Howard Jacobs, soi ' ial chairman: and (]la ton ' I ' aM ' s. athletic chairniar). Mil C.nlral Social CommiUe 2.54 Jl niCl l. FiVsf n,„. 1, ' fl l„ rialil: Jack Sluirtleff, Dennis lii-rrllnf;. Mack William-. SrrumI n,it: Don Swetle. Tom (iaiK-lt. DaM- Kii.-ililc lorn Sliolls. GILMAIV HOUSE This vear has been one of championships in athletic events for Gihnan House. The foot- l)all team won the all-ilorm football cbampionshiji and also beat the Minnesota dorm (■iiain]iii)ii . and tin- lia-ki-tl all team Min tin- ili i-i()ii lla ketlpall chanipioii liiii. In addilion to these honors. Gilman mpii the lidctir Suprenuu Cu]( for the best athletic acliicveuients of any dorm house. House members are acti e in all campus events including Winter Carnival. Campus Chest, and Homecoming. John W ilev was a member of Student Board. Officers were Anthonv Melhenitis. president: Bill icolaus. vice-president and secretary: Ken Brulc . treasurer: and I ' om Dcrse. social chairman. l-irsl nm. Irft to rislit: W . G. Uamiinj:. 1. . Ramiiur. J. J. (,«iiU. K. A. R.il.l.in-. R. F. Douglas. A. S. I»-lhenili-. D. S. McCov. E. . Kuime. (;. C. Gros . F. Sa| i iiiglon. Secunil run: Vi . D. Davidson. J. P. Sullivan. R. K. Ialnory. H. .S. Bir.l. j. W . McDonaUl. D. P. Morton. D. C. Daulerman. D. O. Tremain. J. J. Gensicke. 11. 11. Goeltzer. D. D. llohn. Third nm: J. S. Sorce. H. J. Samulowitz. J. C. Berganer. H. J. Hellen. ii . P. Graebel. E. R. Reinhold. J. R. Remley. W . M. Hulkower. V. H. Nicolaus. J. I. Wiley. T. J. Egger-. E. C. Gruner. Fourth roiv: J. R. Gadow. R. W . Steinwand. D. E. Ziegler. R. DeByle. J. H. (jray. C. H. Sleep. W. G. Garens. E. Kazanjian. D. T. Nelson. K. C. Brulev. W . F. ttohn. J. E. Bizer. Fifth rou: T. J. Murphy. J. J. Downs. A. H. Hartwig, W. C. Zeeb. M. B. Sifber, D. A. Boeller. J. C. Scales, R. J. Evans, R. C. Gaaswindt. G. C. Cramer, B. J. Stoehr. R. J. Deterville, A. F. Walch. R. Sommerfield. R ». V Jt I ■ n nf f . V t V n .L.5 First roic, lejt to right: W. Edwartls. K. Hoffman, G. Fadilen, D. Palmalier, F. Frieilericli. Second row: R. Downinn;. F. Bins, J. Greish, J. Killian, B. Klalt, C. Eggerl, A. Blanchar.l. Third row: R. Hoffman, W. Boallie. R. Dickson, R. Conners, 1). Bover, J. Popson, A. Langeni-gger. I). Shoeiiliaum. Fourth row: J. Kolia.li, W. Bruhn. R. knoll, K. Johnson ' , R. Higgins, R. Ralhlmrn, .1. Vii.l.ison. I), lagnin. J. Kaynarcl. I ' ijlh roll-: J. Rasmussen, D. Carney, U. Vogt, R. Smith, E. Jagodzinski, 1. I ' rey, l. Gary, R. Hafemeister, E. Duewel. GREGORY HOUSE Conceiitraliiin on inliamural sports witli special einpliasis on f(M ll)all was one l our goals this year in the hehel ' that sports activities huilil comradeship and eiiaractcr. (Il iiroiiglit results, too — none other than the Tripp Mall foothalj title!) Successful parties and high scholastic standards N " rc also our goals, and under aide leader- ship we had an outstanding year. Officers were Gerald Fadden. president: Roilne Smith, secretar : illiam Beattie. treasurer; Dehnar Vogt. athletic ' hairnian: and Richard ijoifman and I)a id Srhoctihaurn. social co-chairmen. HUNTING AND FISHING— First row, left to right: P. (Jinsberg, T. Derse, E. Zavrl, L. Baerlseh, F. Votava, J. Volletz. Second row: D. Coleman, J. Heiden, F. Sap- pinglon, L. Luedke, C. Maier, R. Caldwell. Third row: P. Vloeller, G. Sansburn, R. Sohn, F. Heim. 256 STLIJKNT coy m:CT— First row. Irfl l„ right: (;,rdl.l Randall. David McGregor, % illiam Kiessling. Soconii nut Fred I.eysieffer, James Stainpp. Peter Schmidl. Ircil Bouma. HIGH HOUSE Some " Veal George " parties, including the annual Dad " Da ' lcliratii)ii on )c|( l)er 25. highlighted the 1952-53 year at High House. During the intramural sports events, house spirit hit its peak and was rewarded with some line trophies. Scholastic standing was certainl not neglcclcil .illicr. and lliiili llou e ranked near the top. Officers were Paul . Rabenhorst. president: .lames Votava. vice-presi lent: Glenn C. Sansburn. secretary: Bernard A. Murray, treasurer: and Richard C. Neuman. social chair- First row, left to right: G. Buck. R. Neuman, D. Rogers. P. Rabenhorst. IJ. Kotvis. Secund roir: A. Cap. G. Speich, S. Staniszewski. F. Votava. G. Ische, P. Shapiro. Third ruw: R. Mahnke. B. Murray. R. Traeger. W. Cords. J. Garner. J. Klinner. D. Lucas. Fourth row: E. Ruchhoeft. A. Shapiro, J. Heider, J. Votava, G. Sansburn. R. Niere. J. Oppolil. J. Murphv. Fi th row: J. Snevd. D. Minshall. R. Awe. R. Awe. J. Verage. R. Pusch. F. Riddle. J. Calkins. J. Mead. ' First niic. left to right: 1). Etlgarton. K. Jiilinson. R. Hanl .sih, I). Jensen, L. Vlalelz. R. Grant, J. Gordon. Svciid rmv: G. tioelz, J. Effa, F. Laula, K. luller, J. Rv.hlak. V. Schullz. S. Tse. J. Leuhrinj;, D. Martens. J. Vauf;hn. ThinI row: R. Stieg, R. Quentmever, T. ()s«al.l. (;. Iloiisefel.l. W . Willif:. T. Cluiuv. K. (ireen. ;. I,op,r. I). Berens, A. Scbulz. Fourth rmv: D. Ru.lil. I). I )i,lni.N,r. I{. V,,lknianii. li. Mirlil.r. J. Rav. R. Jonel, J. M.inloch, E. Cooper, G. Piets.her, T. Schiiknr, hi. I!. Neiinumn. Fifth n,„: H. (;r..lli. I ' . Srhultz. R. Stillson. J. Heller. II. Klaim. I), (in.selll. I. KeilK. I.. I ' ,,lai lierk. (i. ( illunli. ( .. Zahn. W . 1 1 iMcl.ran.lt. W. Barney, A. Kiif. U. Miller. Sixth ro„: V. , ,■ . W . (i.-.iien. |{. ( .uiniskev. J. (;ant ., E. Doepke. P. Berk, R. Gehrig, W . Noel. K. Dalinke, I ' . Zulise, K. W ei.er, K. V alley, V.. Blum. R. Erickson, B. Erirkson. JDIVES HOUSE The " Vtarriors " of Jones House onre again were active in campus and dorm activities. In athletics, Jones won the Kronshage side-court basketball championship and won .second places in both football and bowling leagues. Social activities were highlighted by the Dante ' s Inferno party. Jones has the greatest turn-out for dorm paities. In addition Jones won second place in the dorm Homecoming display. Prominent members included Tom Maletz. Octopus staff: anil Dick Green. " Dorm Duke " of the W 2 Dormsylvania dance, and active on M.H. A. committees. Officers were Richard Green, president: Ronald Volkmann, vice-president; Robert Jonet. secretary: Donald Ruehl, treasurer: and Paul Heck, social chairman. Joe Rychlak is house- fellow. ll are liapp al the .lones House party. 111.- l.al- .llrllr parU LA FDLLETTE HDUSE LaFollette House, led bv F ' rank lli ltiii-s as our president, had a good year. The foothall team finished second in the league, aixl the basketball team won the all-dorm championship for 1 )51-1952. Several returning members from last year ' s championship team played on this year ' s team. " Cider Swig, " the fall party was a tremendous success. George Ronscholdt. editor of the ( )( ' topus, and Tom Pinney, a member of the Badger photography staff, were two li( s in (lie house outstanding in campus acti ities. Officers of LaFollette were Ed Green, housefellow: Bob Dronke, vice-president and secretary: Bill Stanavich. treasurer: .lack Marvin, publicity chairman; Bob Sclieer. educa- tional chairman: and Don Boscher and llarr Bandouveris, social co-chairmen. First row, left to right: L. Foxwell, R. Paul, K. (ireen, F. Holmes, A. Thate, J. Huebner. Second roie: T. Godfrey, T. Hicks, R. Meng, J. Larsen, D. Batiino. Third row: W. Stenavich. R. Scheer. J. Humbert. M. Garling, T. Olson, D. Boscher. Fourth row: R. Faske, M. Ntiikogu, J. Swanson, E. Golembiewski, H. Afdahl. G. Schaeffer, R. Schalow. Fifth row: H. Emmermann, C. Vaitl. J. McCullv, J. Ausman. H. Bowman. J. Marvin. J. Iolstad. C. Pushkash. fii-,lnm l ll In rifilil V ■ dimill. 1 ' Imk-oii Kulakciw. .S,v,m, n.iiv R. Sclnvarl lH-ck. A. l.fl.ahii, I,. Marshak, B. llolamla. (;. Jeiitz, K. Stoll, K. l-imell. I. Sliolls. . I ' uariea, G. Arnold. Tliinl nm: (i. Kosen. W. Sihwarlz. R. Reiiihard. L. Thiele, D. SwclH-. J. lr .j.k. L. Jahiis, R. Helse, ll.Wood, R. Carson. Fourth roll-. D. Rumpel. P. Jensen, R. CeciL 1. Sliannoii. l. Sensenbrenner. S. Darlin, R. Shenker, R. Miller, J. Thiesen. J. Davles. R. Gehring, F. Ilarl. b ' ifth nm: R. Berrv, H. Pierce. II. Paries. B. Wesenberg, R. Slaby. R. Dehler. D. Ermer. T. Arnold. R. Livinf;slon. F. Barllienheier, R. Nelson, H. Brunmeier. Sixth row: E. Dolven, J. Clark, E. Privosnik, R. Wangeniann, I. Meyers, II. Sleinhaner, R. Ozburn, T. Mueller, W. Lemke, T. Glaessner, G. .4damson, J. Mutschler, R. Pouchert, R. Dehart. MACK HOUSE Mack House was activity -minded this year: among the outstanding participants in extra- curricular activities were Ken Eichenhaiun. Octopus editor: Boh Ozhurne. debate team: Boh Heise, Haresfoot director: Stan Kidakow. Student Board: Kon l.ocklin. arsity loot- hall; and Tom Shannon, active at W.H.A. I ' he annual Barnard-Mack card party residted in a win 1) Barnard and a dip in tlic lake for Mack. A Western party was also one of the features of the fall social calendar. Officers were Robert Scott, president: Richard Schwartzbeck. vice-president; Tom Sholtsz, secretary-treasurer; and Gerald Rosen, social chairman. Gaylord Jentz is housefellow. EOLIPMENT AND MAINTENANCE— F.VsJ ro,,. left to rifiht: Frank O. Staiger, Norman Axnick. Dexter Thusius. Scroiifi row: Richard Heeman, Eugene Buclioll ,. Robert S,„.,k. 260 KLKC.TIONS l ' in.l rn,i. Ir I l„ rifilu: Kirlianl llrniuin. Charles kopl.lc. William (.alliii. Srr „i l inw: Sam uslin. KoiiaUl .iii!;l T, James Mars. IVDYES HOUSi: IlifllilifjJits of the social life in Noyes House were a series of rollicking ' houseparties which included a spectacular honhre and a Noyes " noise " party that still rings iti the ears of many. riic men of Noyes iliti nol ncglcci ihe iiilcllccliial aspect of dorm life, and led h our I ' hi Beta Kap[)a scholastic chairman. Dean ( lolcman, and a quiet house, we reached new heights in scholastic achievement. ()ur foothall and haskclltall teams imder the supervision of Frost (Ilothicr. with such stars as John Uramm and Robert Fleisch ' r showed tremendous athletic al)ilit . ( )ur howling team, which took second place in all-dorm competition last year, also performed mag- nilicenlK . Onr successful school year was largely due to the " calm " supers isiou of our affahle, warmhearted housefellow. Ruds Postweiler. ( Xlicers were Lester Barchus. president: Donald ( aldart, vice-president: John Lahudtle, secretar : and Jack Sorge and illiam Zicmer, social chairmen. Firs; nm: left In rifilu: F. Heim. J. Dickman. W. Bosshanit, R. Postweiler. L. Barchus. R. Eiifiel, R. Wenii.-er. II. Mer-elcr. Srrniid rnw: I ' . Hamll. W . ' eskie. (;. Hmkluii. W. Kehr. R. Lezkowski, W . Ker -. TliinI r„w: K. Wellcm. B. Siieel.erper. R. Kehihofer. R. .ar|i iiler. K. Ru«h. ,T. LaBiidde. E. Cldliirr. C. Weir, L. Ilorwil ,. I ' mulh nm: B. Kaston, J. Tliiel.-. .1. Dremin. . Hamlin, j. Kelsh. R. Braeedirilie. V. Overlne, I), r.al.larl. I). Ki.ler. Fifth row: R. Zirl..!. J. Srhmiil ler. ,1. Daporret, R. Winter. B. Zieher. B. Fleischer, .). Saal.saa. I). Coleman. K. Buchanan. W. Ka|i|.li-. A A i " KSKisj i- First row, left tu right: C. Konkol, J. Adsit. D. Hopp. D. Hansen. (J. Barich. S. Fujiwara, R. White, J. Langen- berg. Second roir: R. Gibson. E. Busse, D. Malbwich. D. K. knuth, R. Fritsch, E. McTavish. D. Wiest, B. Ber um. Thinl rmc: R. Clark. S. SUngcr. J. Graham. K. Breyer. R. Simenz. L. Leifer. Fourth roir: 1,. Wragg, R. Lamlwohr. I. kro.hcr. K. Hohn. W . Dnlson. R. Kakila. F. Callies, G. Piehl. Fifth row: K. S.hl.-g. V.. Liden, E. Sclinndl. 1. Williams. J. km-lil. A. Muss,,. I). Keinke, J. Yurk. C. Di.lils. Missiiifi: R. G.-rgrn, R. Taschner. J. Smith. T. Hocking, F. Fluckhan. W . Shogren. E. Schoenfeld, T. Lueilers. H. Gorrigan. K. Miles, P. Pnttkammer, Z. Przedpelski, D. Spengler. Vr. Manhardt. DCHSIVER HDUSE Oilisiier lloiisf liad another successful year. The " Ochsner Tigers " fought wholeheartedly to regain the Supremacy Cup which they have held more times in the past than any other house. The Barher Shop party will be remembered as a liighlight of the social year, especially by the men uiiforliniate enough to be conteslanls in tlic shaving contest. .lerry Liden, WMA vice-president, and Hill Dolsoti. 1 HA Cabinet, have been oiilstanding in campus activities. Z ginimt Przedjtelski, elected to Pi Tau Sigma and honorar) [)resi(U ' nt of Tau Beta Pi, and Dick bite, who became a member of Phi Eta Sigma, have again brought back the laurels to old Ochsner House. Officers were Gerald Barich, president: Rodne Simenz, vice-president: Lee Leifer, secretary-treasurer; Gerald Liden, social chairman; Jack Phickhan, athletic chairman; AS illiani Dolson. scholarship chairman: and Diiane Hopp. publicity chairman. SPECTATOR— V;.,; ,-m, , ( („ ri lht: Carol Winell, Pal Mueller, Naomi Krumkerer, Liz Limdmark. Faye La- Bracke. Second row: Jerry Wesslen. ken Eichenhaum, (Jene Hintz, Linn Brown, Ron Carson. 262 l.UJKAH ' l ■( n,i,. Irfl U, riahli J. .Mr l.,ir.,«. Wil- liam Meissiicr. kurt (Jross, Dick Dellarl. Sviiinil rnu: James Nesliiu. Tliomas (Javell. Koliert O .lnim. IIitIutI Turvev, Daviil Rogers. c- RICHARUJiUIl HOUSE Ricliardson House has the (listiiiclioii cil ' having given the first ew Year ' s Eve party of the season on November 7. 1 )52. cr Miccessful Cave Man party was also inchided in the sorial calendar. A number of the Richardson men are active on campus. Bill Catlin is campus judicial chairman. Llovd Baertsch is House Presidents Council chairman, and Chuck Koeble is a cabinet tncnibcr. ( XHcers were Bob Brandel. president: Stan X oiler, social chairman: Jack Heiden. treas- urer: Jerrv Lepp. secretarv; and Jim Hember. athletic chairman. Bob McClellan is the house- fellow. First r,m. left to riaht: C. Lehnen. K. McNiiltv, 11. Chernin. R. Brandel. R. McClellan. W. Molnar, E. Zavrl. I). Dahlke. Seam,! run: J. Siliin.ll.-r. k. Ranch. F. IVrri. (i. Lepp. R. Thvgeson, S. Morehonse. B. Weirds. Third run: I). Carl. V,. U„lmen. . (in.iholski. R. Hedlierf:. J. Birney. L. ' Baerlsch. Vi . Catlin. k. Theni. R. Burkc. Fnitrth nm: J. Heiden. 1). ipperman. J. Hemker. J. Tanner. J. Baumgartner, R. Jensen. M. ' akin. S. W oiler. J. Leverenz. R. Alberts. Fifth row: J. Linipert. G. Abel. T. Lupinski. F. Young. W. kosilzkc. C. Oerlel. F. LaPlant. G. kaschner. . Velta. E. Buchholz. first roil. Itfl to n lil I) li(» m h. 1 1 ixl.ihl. C. Ardell, R. Kopfer, E. Rexilius, T. Berger, H. Kainnier, r Dei ' iier ' Xiiiml nm 1) Hhiiil. 1) llucliiier. K. Srhwariz, S. Walilshan. M. Marquanll. R. Leslie, J. Ralilvi-, i Baiich. ( s.,„Mi, l..,n II Mill, r riiinl n,ir: B. Manii. (;. Zvwkke, P. Cux. R. in-ler. I. I), Ml, ik 1 ,i f,lill K K,i-.,f:iima ( (Miillari, J. I ' iik. W. Bniinan. W. Waller. I). Krmiiil . (;. kamin. R Mori.m loiiilltinii I ill,r, I) Ion,-.!? Stniiii. . k iilakim . K. S»ens, n. . I. Thomas. . Son-nson. W llamman H lii,,lkl, ( I,(a?ln.l) W ,ij zak. W . t |Mlik.-. .1. Himi-rmaii. I,. ll,ii. . l,(;oiigh. I ifth rou (, (lull k,.-liak. lla-; ' nM,k 1. Iliml. I). W als..ii. 1., W alsh. 1 ). RailiN . 1 ). KiKvanls, D. ' Ir,. ke, R ( i, liu-. I I-., iihirj:. I I ' laliK-r K I,,.ke. .S(.v( i n,„: K. klinl.all. ( :. Marllii. K. S.rvais, G. J,)lin ' ion. ' Callagli, I, ( ailsoii. V ilr,)iiil K. Hiiii ;e. K. (airlis. B. Heise, k. kurlli. .1. W .•rrhacti. K. Kell ,H imin, riiiaii. I Shaw i sifi S Mirsh. H. Rieh(er, J. Wagenen, G. Walstlorf. SHDWERMAIV HOUSE Sliowcrtnan ll,)iis,- mcinbcrs wfic actis, ' in allilt-lics. sorial lilV. ami , lli, ' r caininis ' eiils this vear. Showerman court won the Kronsliage Hall intramural foulhall litlc. The Home- coming party was the social highlight of the year. Showerman participated in 1032 Humor- olog ilh ( ihadliourrii- hall. Active tor Sluiwerman. among others, were Tom Berger. Gene Rexilius, Don Watson, Jon Vterrbach, and Sid Friedland. Campus personalities included Allan Kulakow. general chairman of Campus Chest and co-director with (Jlen .|,)hiison ,)f " Clid) Hadgcr. " a (irogram on Wise, and Jerry Pick, active in Freshman Orientation follies. Officers were Jack Thomas, president; Pat Gallagher, vice-president: ami (Charles Sam- uelson an, I Dick Curtin. co-social chairmen. .o I ' LBLIC RELATIONS— First run. le t to right: Gene Hiiitz. Faye LaBracke, unidentifietl, Carol Winell, Robert Ooiijilas. Second row: Duane Kiiehl. Diiaiie (Jriesliaeh. Norman Feige, Charles Koeble, Ken Them. 264 STORES First 11)11. left Id right: Sam Aiislin, Peter Jolui. John C.allalian. Si; iii(l niir: Edward Ka .anjian. Boh Cail- well. Brme Sloelir. SIEBECKER HOUSE riie iiu-n of Siebecker oiife again r-()in| lete(l a successful year, socially alhl li(all . and scht)laslicall . Social events incluilcd nuiii.rous house parties, the annual hanqiiet. and a series of lectures bv various facultx members. Jn athletics, the Siebecker Saints were tops in the Adams Hall football and bowling leagues. Members prominent in i ani|iii aili ities were Ted Kitze. MHA Cabinet; William Paleen. Dogrin chairman: and James jacol). a member of Beta Alpha Psi. House members turned out in numbers for blood donations, and 100 of the house donated to Campus Chest. Officers were V ilUam Paleen. president: Donald Haugen. secretary: Donald Ieane) . treasurer: William Nack. publicity chairman: Jack Johnson and Jack Jamburs. social co- chairnien: Ted Kitze. schoiar liip cliairinan: and John Becker, alhlclic cliairniaii. James Jensen is the housefellow. First nm. hfl to ri«ht: L. Ehhen. H. I.e . H. Ilau ' en. J. Jenson. V . Paleen. F. E. Suhm. J. Ru h. J. Claiisin?. Svrimd row: I. kunkel. K. ( .ors. 1 " . n ' lhec k. .1. Johnson. U. ' m. R. Dehne. R. Fineh. k. Niehuhr. J. Sladkev. Tliird row: R. Rosandi.h. I). Il.an.n. J. Jai oh. C. Rock. D. Xelson. F. Clarke, k. l, lka . T. Kitze. k. kUng. Fourth nm: W . Bnuker. J. korl. N. A uiek, . Nack. J. Becker. R. Speck. C;. Baumhaoh. J. C.appv. J. Oegen. fifth row: D. pker. I ' . Janke. J. Jambura, C. KleinscUmidt, J. Morrison, G. Groskopf, F. Runs, E. Roberts. D. Cockfield. C. Ra.lmer. ( ■■■ H H B. - HF : HF ' i i ' IlH I I ' fll ' f A y r I 4 I First run. lift tnrifihf. ( .. Fischer, P " . Staiger, I). Barllii)l(Mii.-H . J. Hiirn.-ll. (;. Irving. Soioiid rnw: U. Uolinan. K. Liin llM-rn. J. Kuliii .. R. Mill, B. Steinhaus. L. Fris(iiie, K. Willwer. T i r, row: H. Orihashi, N. Chris- lopoiilds. S. Iiigrlirilseu. M. Lemkc, J. Bohnirich. R. Kuclher, G. Giilgescll, D. Hayden. Fourth row: W. llcrlcl. (;. Nii-lscn. J. Parrelte, A. Schubert, R. llernies, W. Meisler, H. Kaiser, V. Saathoff. Fi t i roic: C. PriiilcM-lil. K. I ' oss, J. Geisenfeld, R. Hentges, J. Bergman, D. Schroeder, H. Budner, R. HerrUng, D. Grieshacli, J. Foils. SPDDIVER HOUSE Seplcinher ' r 2 hroughl 34 new faces anil m IH laniiliar one. ' back to Sjtooner, liut in the Spooncr Itaililion il was inevitable that we shonlil a . ' airi make our mark in unixersity activities. Painting the South Side Youth Center was one of our many [)rojects anil our house paper, the " Spooner Scribe, " was another. The social season got off to a whirlwinil start Nilli tiie lirst ] arly. ' " Club Sjjooner. " com- plete with a combo. The spotlight shone on us scholaslicall as Sam Ingebritsen made Phi Beta Kappa, anil Jeff Barrette became a member of Tan Beta Pi. Athletically speaking, we did all right. The secontl place Supremacy Cup and the all- dorm bowling championship for 51-52 belong to Spooner. Officers for the year were Dale Bartholomew, president: Peter Stacy, secretary: Jack Burnett, treasurer: Charles Fischer, social chairman: and Duane Griesbach, athletic chairman. Mil A C ommons Comniitlee. 266 Mil Ka.li.. i.nu SWEIVSDIV HOUSE The biggest i- int ol llie yar lor Swensoii House was winning the all-canijms Home- coming deeorations trophv. The theme of the decoration was a barber sliop. To add to tlieir laurels. Swenson also placed in the iee sculpturing contest of the 1053 inter Carnival. Till ' aiuuial Christmas parl . Icaluring a rc oh ing (!hristmas tree, was a top social e ent. thlelic-minde l were Bruce Hapke. varsit fencing, and Ed Schelonka, varsity swimming. )fficers were Ross Bartz. president: Duane Rasmussen. vice-president: Joe Ferris, secrelar -treasurer: and Hill Jirikowic. social chairman. Dave Davies is hotisfffllow. First row. left to ri lif: P. Farmer. N. Neviil. W . Jirikowir. J. Binning. T. Brickie, R. Bartz. D. Davie . fellow: E. Sallan.ler. P. Jones. D. Dzirzkowski. S,;o,„l run: . lo;;l,mskv, P. Koentop. E. Zeischolil. J. Mever. J. Pral.st. E. (;r.. s. N. Larson. B. I).-1.t. II. Bov,,-. T. Brogan, R. Costen. D. SpiegelhofT. Tliirrl row: .1. Ilcin. W . SrliMberl. M. kl.innuuiii. 1). Ilen.lcl. D. Tess. (;. Brenzel. F. Knill. H. Bennell. F. Kohls, k. illi . .1. Kli.-inL ' ans. II. Baumann. Vv rf i r.„ ; 1. Madapbian. J. Tanko. C. Cnielzmaclier. I). Shanahan. K. Bo.-chen. ,1. i. rlluir. I. S,ni,,r. ,1. Hansen. I). Favram. (;. Klim.micz. B. Ha| ke. B. Wenllan.l. Fi j i roic: W. Swartwout, J. Ferris. D. X alters. D. Schelonka. X . Ratherl. . Rallu-rt. K. Barlz. H. Nelson. D. Rasmnssen, D. Smith. H. Kanecki. D. Dittmar. G. Kuter. D. Westphal. First run left to right: R. Dodge, G. Moselev, R. Shaffer. P. Ginsberg, R. Scharschmidt, E. Brinkman, L. Coiilson. H. Gardner. Second row: H. Sixt. ' C. Wusenich. R. Knilans. D. Wilas. P. Tsao. R. Planlon, G. Kulclu-ra. Vi . Ba.hl.ul.er. R. C.alclw. ' ll. t,. R.-iscr. TliinI row: II. Bolil. W . Oslun. C. W iiil.-rf.-ldl. S. Vogel, U. KlM-rhardl. K. Mm. .[. Culla. I). Hli(ln..(k. I,. Bnmil. O. Hav.-r. Folirlh row: (). Sli-iil .. K. KIcliler. W. W iniii, ' . II. ll.ii. II. (iollmaii. I). Jiilir. ,1. Vollrlz. W . I.iuher. C. IIiiImt. W . (iradv. 1). .ls..i,. I iftli row: R. Treiehel, K. Sielafl, V. Moeller. J. Kealy. K. agaard. I. S, lii.-iil,-. ,1. Mi, liacl. 1). S.lnimak.r. T. l..iil- gomerv, R. Zentz, H. Sillielm, F. Levsiefler. T RR IVT HOUSE The Beer Basketball game witli Spooner House lor ihe " l?al( IJowl " am] the l»a. el)ali game with Ochsner Hou.se, traditional annual s|)orls events, were lielil suceessfull) by tlie men of Tarrant house again this year. The outstanding soeial season was highliglileil hv the " Tarraiil Tropacahana " part). Active in campus activities were Fred l eysielTer. Cardinal, and ,)ohn MaeRae, Spectator. Officers were Rudolpli .Scharschmidt, president; Robert Aagaard, secretary-treasurer; and Jionald Treiehel. soeial chairman. I ' aid ( insberg was housefellow. W ( IK KSIK )P — First row. left to riiiht: Daviil Bauer. Eldor i ' aiMid.iuL ' . Bill Webster. S,;oml row: l{ud,,li h Poslweilcr. Donald Diilmeyer. Robert Brandel. Waller Zaida, Frilz (iailics. .jerry Kulcheria. 208 Mil A D.mn Catnims Commillc TURIVER HDUSt Big news was made on the campus this spring when Turner House invited 30 Rockford college girls up to Vi iseonsin for a week-end mass blind date which proved a great success. Vniithrr oul liiiiilirif; I ' Nciil uii (lie social calendar was the " Springtime on the S(|uare " lormal held in _ la with Mack and (iilman Houses. In athletics. Turner men were the l)o ling champs of ihc Krorishagc L nil. while a special Christmas time activity was a party giyen lor a groiiji of Madison in alids. Officers were Don Aschenbrenner, president: .|crr I ' ortcr. icc-jiresideni: Duanc Kuchl. secretary-treasurer, and Gene Hintz and Dick For ark. co-social chairmen. First row. Ifft to right: T. BasseU. J. Barker. J. Cain. J. Cailden. II. Fischer. N. Feige. T. Ca.lden. K. Ilasse. R. Mever. (;. Rasmussen. Smmil row: V,. (i.m I singer. D. Kinkel. D. Reelz. B. Wallers. B. Dnescher. II. Wong. J. X esslen. T. Spreckling. B. Beck. J. Bowers. I). Vrndl. Thir.l row: D. Foss. M. llillerv. A. Sloess. S. Bragtion. D. Kuehl. R. Espe. R. Ilin ls. K.. R an. .1. Behrend. J. Jennrieli. D. Linilsay. D. Larson, lunirtk row: H Thomas. 11. Uenker. N. Andersen. J. Bossarl. R. Anderson, P. Forwark. R. Sohn. T. inkel.JS. Blnm. J. Haves, P. Hoffman. (;. Hinlz. Fiftli row: B. Wallers. V. Nelson, D. (;nllickson. 13. kolve. E. Kindwall. J. Temp. D. Folz, D. Asehenhrenner. C. W yss. B. Brown. R. Carlson. R. Walker. D. Porlh, J. Kalfahs. J. Smilanich. First roll: Ir t Id right: (). ThompU), J. Callahan, J. VanEimeren, C Starr. K. MdlT. J. Aiulersoii. I), (idrdoii. Second rim-: V. Sears. N. Sears. J. Tarzvnski. I). MacGregor. G. Randall. J. L.eiker. S. Canlield. Tliiril roiv: K. Jones. 1). Draheim. R. Roholka. R. Cadwcll. L. Smith. R. C.arr. C. Ilarljes. J. Netlerhlad. D. Oppen- heim. Fourth row: R. Smith. A. Cizaufkas. G. Bartsili. S. Ra. miissen. I . Slnhenraueh. R. Anderson, J. Heyey, C. pA-kslein, A. Morsell. Fifth row: R. Mevis. W . IViinid. U. Taylor, I). Fehrer, R. Jacobson, J. Ghiselin, L. Slrommen, W. Jachlhuber, J. Mills, H. Mueller. VILAS HOUSE This year, as always, Vilas House worked hard to help the university go over the top in the Campus Chest drive. They partiripated in men hall ' s intramiirals, and they have many active men on campus. Mike Rutzier is vice-pitsiiltnt ol tlic senior class. Ken Jones is president of MHA, Bob Jacobson is on the varsil) football squad. Hcid lcvis is secretary- treasurer of MHA. and J.mtv Randall is on the MHA cabinet. Officers were Jim Van l ;imeren. prcsidcnl: Bob Jacobson. iic-|ii( ' sidcnt: Jcrr Hanilall. secretary -treasurer: John Callahan, so.ial chairman: and Jack Anderson, Steve Caulicld. Bob Cadwell, and Jim Crawford, floor chairmen. Charles Starr is the housefellow. LOANS FiVsf roif, left to right: Ted Kit .e. William Nicolaus, Mechael Madaghian. Seionil riiir: Vk illiam At- wood, Andrew Walch, William Nack. Mil K.liicalioii uikI S. ' li lar,«lii| ( ioiniiilt I. ' WIIVSLDW HOUSE Winslow House, llie smallfst tlorin in the MHA. eoinpleted another sueeessful year. Social events included Hollv Hopj . a house party to honor 3 married men, one of whom was the ex-houselellow Alex Hopp; and numerous other informal parties. inslow men won the Open House prize for heing ' the most sociahle. In sports, the W inslow team tied for first placi- in intranniral tootliall. I arzan Honor was a memlier of the track and foothall teams, and Moli Keif and Paul Stivers were on the wres- tling team. Ofllicers were Don Price. ])resident: James Mars. secretar -treasurer; Holicrl Ki ' il and James Stueck. social co-chairmen; John Verga and Vi encil Stanek. athletic co-chairmen; and Don Barnes, scholarship chairman. Don Peer is the housefellow. First rim: left In riiihl: ,1. Mars. W . Slaiiek. I). Price. I). Peer. J. Sliieck.. Si-cimd niir: J. Ferris. P. Slivers. J. Baker. L. Bun klianll. A. Bcrsecuik. J. Olson. Tliinl roii: I). ' ainaurlii. L. t ' .aniion. R. Mirsherger. J. Nelson, I). Barness, C Anion. Fmtrth row: ]). (. )iiif;ley. K. Sorenson, W . Engel. U. Snoeyeiibo.s. G. Saunders, R. Brown, J. Reinhardt. Fifth run-: R. Synnes. J. Verga. R. Harklau. J. Newell, E. Wollmann. R. Brenton, W. Schreiner, R. Parlow. Mil CIIOHUS lirsl i,m. Irjl u rifiltl: 1). Ml.-ii. U. (;asl. (;. Mrls.m, C. AikI.t- .»i, .1. m,-nl. B. Blaii.liard. rn„„l n,„: } . H.r aii.T. C. Mr- (a-ln. I{. Mlll.r. I ' , l.aiila. I). IVirc. 1{. Knoll. I ' . Sliiippil. R. t.lark. Iliinl niir: K. Kririliaril I. I.. iViM|,i,-. (;.(:iiMr(ii.j. (;aiio«. I). HoliMi.s. I), irrrar. DaM- S,1miI . I). Uliciii.ck. L. Bar- .lius. F„i,rlli nm: .1. Vollel ,. l. B.rnal, J. W orrl.arli, A. Tucker. A. Lebahii, R. (ranswiiidl, K. Kelly, E. Privoznik, ( ' ,. Jeiilz. IHA HOUSE PRESIDENTS I ' irst niii Irft la right: Earl Sel- Ifck. Ki.l.ar.l Leslie. Llovd Baerlsch. Helen W ou , David Hansen. Lesler Barehns. SrnintI n,„: nlli,,iu Melhanilis. Ross Ban . Bill ' I ' ale.-n. Rnd. l| h Seharselnnidl. Ilii-ldand i.k. lini an Eimereii. Riehard raeo. William Kuntz, Lvle Blork. Kolierl Seoll. Thiril row: Marshall Burrows, Franklyn Holmes. Jerry Fadden, Ken |)iekroe-er. Bob Brandel, Nor- man I ' eige, Dale Barlholomew. Paul Rahenhorst, Gerald Barieli. I )oa Price. Mil HOUSEFELLOWS I ' irst row, left to right: Robert Douglas, A. Roy Anderson, Mary Belli Dickev, Anita Kana- nen, Sally Porch, Etlward Green. Si ' coiitl row: John Batikis, Blair Matthews. Joseph Rychlak, Frank Slaiger, Donald Peer, Da- id I ' raser. llarrv Fischer. Third n,H-: (Javlord Jenlz, Paul (;ins- lierg, Rudy Poslweiier, Dale Palmatier, Frank Powell, Wil- liam Webster, Charles Starr, David Hansen. Fourth row: Rob- ert McClellan. DaNid Kuechle, Osmund Holm-llanson, Hugh Lovell. David Davies, James Jensen. William Alwood, David Rogers. 272 ii«mj| l 1 1 M L n 1 1 1 1 First rvii. Irji i„ 11-1,1: U.irl..ii.i riiiili. hir jolin oii. I .-itn S|MMa. Miir-arcl Mdil.-ns.-ii. .,,i Pershbaih.T. S,, ,m, ntii- JucU lla«kv. Shirley Ziirbuch. Paula l. .liiiKiiiri. HcmlliN Zt-vuik. Ellen Rosenwald. Jd Boetliier. Third ruw: Joan F ' agan. Judy Moeser. Marjiaitl .IuIuisdu, Elizabeth Burton, Linda W ernecke. Harriet Kirchoff. Joan Sexton, Donna llokendon. Joan Kaste. PAIV HEL CDUIVCIL Pan Ilel is tlie coordinating and governing body for tlu- sixteen soeial sororities on cam- pus. The organization handles ail rushing regulations and also sjionsors the Pan Ilel Mall, the profits of which are given as scholarships. Officers were Paula Lohmann. president: Ellen Rosenwald. i e-president; Dorothy Zevnik, secretary; Shirley Zurbuch. treasurer: and Jtid llawlex. Sliident Board representa- tive. Miss Helen Kayser is the advisor. Paula l.oliniann. Pan-Hel Presi lent. 274 lur. ' il roil. Irjt to rifihl: J. Ui-riiificr. l. W als,,ii. H. ...rrh. H. (;ilni..n-. B. Sallt-r. A. Mavo, P. Spelbring, M. Briisok. L. ahnur. C. N.-I .n. Snoiul nm: L. JuI.mm.h. J. Kisrii.r. .1. 1, ,.-..■■■. J. MalU-v. J. Kellenz, D. Tavlor. i.. lal..ii.-. ,. Kcjahii. l. M.v.r. N. ' I " liu (i. . Hall. 1. (icor-.-. Tliird row: J. Crane. J. Vk enstadt, J. Silar. B. M.kc.-. V. Van Br.- -. J. I.ars.m. . Bailies, E. koester. Mrs. Slemmons, D. Hoff. k. Seels, V. Nelson, k. kaUer. J. Kasniiisseii. I ' mirth roiv: K. ilhey, R. Mever, D. Hanson, C. Nu .iim. E. Hefty, J. Koeneke. L. Ahendrolli. J. lcEaiif;lilin. 1. lloniann, G. Turner, S. Hudson, J. Pagel, VI. Bewitz, N. Walkoe. J. MeNeaniev, B. Bewilz, A. Vanderwall. Fifth row: D. Forresl, C. Agnew, S. Freudenberg, B. KadlolT. K. Jung. I). Kege ., B. Bruusell, J. Beamish. J. Caldwell, C. McCartney, S. Norg, N. Foerst, M. Ebling, M. Olio. 1). Schunim. C. Sod.-rslrom. ALPHA CHI OMEGA The Alplia Clii Omegas started out the year h winning first prize in the sorority division of Honieeoniing tieeorations with their (Hsphty, " Piiinochio ' i ose ' We ' ll Win. " The sorority, originalh rounded nationalls in 15585 as a niiisie sorority, anniiall) presents a Halloween serenade and (his ear took part in Campus Carnival and iskits, as well as sponsoring informal parties and open houses throughout the year. The girls also aid ehildren with eerehral palsy. Officers were Klaine Koester. president; Lois Rojahn. vice-president: Ann Battles, secre- tary: and Carol McCartney, treasurer. Mrs. Sarah Belle Slemmons is the house mother. Some l unkins. lliose Alpha (_ .his! 275 - TheAEPhis linn .miI 1. ALPHA EPSILDH PHI A «iiil T dinner dance, a s| rinf; lornial. and a pledge party in November include some of llie aried aetivilies llial liast ' kepi memliers of Alpha Kpsilon Phi sororit busy this vear. The national organization of Mpha Mpsilon Phi. founded at Barnard College. October 24. 1909, has a national philanlbrop fund which al present offers scholarship endowments to universities and colleges. Oflicers were Irene Herman, dean: Audrev Jean Sherman, siih-dcau: ( reta Mever. scribe; Ruth Valk. treasurer: Sally Sinaiko, house president; Lon Gersten. social chairman: and Judy Elder, rushing chairman. Mrs. Frank Peck is house mother. I ' irst riiir. left Ui right: Juililli Krit ' dlander, Marian Mishilow, Valorie Freeland. Juan Kollinan. Maria h ' rnend. Raya Czeriier. Jean ager, Ellen Rosenwald, tlindy Raffman. Second row: Judy Elder, Sally Sinaiko, Ruth Volk. Irene Herman, Mrs. S. Peck, Audrey Sherman, Greta Meyer, Lon Gersten. Third row: Eileen Jacob- son, Nancee Wise, Faye Lassen, Dolores Kohl, Janet Pious, Dorina Chamison, Norene Revzen, Joyce Gordon, Trudy Moss. Revella Herman, Cerna Druck. Fourth row: Gae Rosenberg. Sharon Kostel, Corky Miles. Joanne Paschen. Phyllis Salilt, Carol Rosen, Joyce Minkin, Dale Goldberg, Sleffie Roulnian, Lois Benjamin. Rhoda Goldman. I ir.l mil. Irji i„ n-hl: .1. |)..r in. K. M.illirk. . ll,ri-lil. 1. 1)n.-. N. I?..1I. I. I ' .illi-irr. U. Knimm. .1 KilTU-r. I ' . Wlila. 1). Miir;;,— . II. 1 .iir.lirk.-. K. Hill. B. .immrrmaii. l. dual.-. .•,„„, r..„ . K. 1 1 .iileiilail V. BovH.ii. J. ..-rnza.k. 1. Kric k-on. I). Drill. B. Kyn.ler . B. OI.erling. lr . J. Ragon.-. P. Miller. 1 Monsenkamp. N. Rvnders. l. Vsoln ' iilireiiner. I. Klaim. J. Bauman. J. Cramer. Third nnv: M. Mueller M. Bjel li. l. Jiilinson. K. Crime. . Metz. J. I.arkin. F. Frev. C Goodrich, C. Cams. J. Janseii. S. Ilaalarid B. Thaller, S. Moen. R. Krebs. M. Cattoi. C. Hiieninck. D. ' Slricker, N. Thone. L. Strassbiirger. V. Sla-iini Fourth run-: D. Kaercher. C. Chapman, C. Stangel. A. W ilson. E. Engelke. J. Thorpe. N. Meyer. B. DulT. P. Locken. A. Silverness. M. Moore. N. Kamm. P. Chandler, J. Harrington. X. Fay, J. Hanson, . Hiik 1. (;ill ertson. ALPHA GAMMA DELTA Alpha Gamma Delta began the ear with a place in iskits. The Alpha Gam s philanthropic project, helping tho;re afflicted with cerebral pals . annualh takes an active form when the girls give a Christmas part lor children at the Vt ashington School Cerebral Palsy Center. Social events for the sororitv included two formal , an itilormal partv. exchange dinners. Christmas caroling, open houses, and listening parties. Founded in 1904 at Syracuse Lniversity. the Beta chajilcr al Wisconsin was started in V)OS. Officers were Pat Miller, president: Bctl l)crling, pledge trainer: Sign llaaland. secretary: Diane Kaercher. social chairman: and Jackie Larkin, activities chairman. Mrs. John Ragone is housemother. At the Alpha Gam Christmas formal. The l|.lia I ' hi- r.islicd I ' ,,;;.. Kio. ALPHA PHI The 1952-53 school year for the Alpha Pliis hegan wilh a sinccsslul rushing si-ason, on the Hawaiian tlieme, " Phi-Plii Ishind. " The ehih ' s campus specialty is the (lanipus Song Tournanienl. Mon in the spring of 1052 alter one loss and five years of victory. The Alpha Phi girls annnalK help those suffering from heart disease by a Cardiac id Style Show and Dessert Bridge held each spring. Officers were Jane Hasselman. president; Mary Kay Caflcrl . pledge trainer: Harhara Heindel, recording secretary: and Diane Moreland, treasurer. Mrs. K. T. Link is house- mother. First row. h-fl U, rifihl: N. Rnsv, B. Karleii. M. F. Caffertv, J. Fapan. B. lalon.-. J. Troili. M. lleiser. K. Weil , -l. l. I.M,rc. .1. Moorhead. M. Ha( -s. l. Owens. Srcml rnw: M. ll.ii. .1. I liil.l.anl. H. Ia.kin. I). Morelaii.l. .1. Hasselman. Mrs. IJnk. B. .cnls, A. Miller. B. llein .lel. .1. I ' liorniison. l. K. CafferU . S. Tiernev. Third rnir: B. Friday. J. Conlev. K. O ' l-earv. C Draeper. J. I ' drnian. 1,. nderson. S. Feliland. S. Troxei; V. Bolle. A. Uaslinfis! J. I ' ankonen. A. Vl olcott. S. Haasl. C. Brown. 1 ' . Shade. .1. W erner. B. W aleh. Fourth roir: 1. Hnmphrev. 1. Barry. N. Kojiers. . Schwielerinj:. P. lek.nna. M. I ' riee. B. Widen.w. M. Griem. J. Fahlniever. J. Aelilenl,er ;. IV I ' elkei. S. Wermnlli. 1. ll...,ker. R. I,.,,rliead. First riiii. Irfl to riiilil: K ( ..m. r. I - Ii. . 1 oepfcr. G. Norlhev. I. (roeta. ( .. hauer. S. Heiheriuj;. A. All. nl,.rn. k. McGaiiii, 1 ' . Keisiu-. N. l.iliiiaiif;er. H. Kr..,-iiiining, N. Lmidgren. B. Davis. S,; ' nml n.M ; k. (;iMi.l.rs,,n. M. Barlkey. C. Ku.clilr. I " . MacD.maM. .1. Siramll, Mrs. Lovell. I ' . Bra .l.-l,,ii, K. Bu.kliu, B. W .i.liiri. (;. OCoimor, J. Smilli. ThinI ;,„.. |{. ll,,l.ii«,-. I . Kemiv, J. Lanz. K. Giiniler!-..ii. l. IVi.-.U. .1. IVanI ,. II. Scharriiifiliausru. .1. I ' ,ll.,ii. II. I.ln.iiiisl. S. Kvaii. E. Wald, B. Geunrich, B. Walleii, J. Cram- in.r. II. .S|,.inl.li. I). (;ill . FniirtI, .„.. |{. Kl,»lii. I ' . Slrandl, P. Elvelijem, C. Treiik. , I. Noll, M. Lanz. L. BiilleiilKifl ' . K. Ni ' luT, K. .Siolz. I ' . Braiiii. W . Burkhaller, J. Kaste, S. Champion, J. Biiller, . 1. Giinlher. ALPHA XI DELTA The dual purpose of Alpha Xi Delta sorority is to provide encouragement, friendship and pleasant conditions for women seeking a higher education and to be an active influence for good in the student bodv. The group ' s social activities included serenades, listening parties, after-game coffee hours, an annual square dance, spring and Christmas fornials. buffet suppers, an annual senior picnic, a Dad ' s Day tea and a Parents " Vi eekend buffet supper. Officers were Pat Brazeltou. president; Rita Bucklin, vice-president; Gardy O ' Connor , recording secretary; and Pal McDonald, treasurer. Mrs. Nyla Lovell is the housemother. Kushing — minstrel style — at Alpha i. 279 Cllit), ill ...I.- „i ll.f .liv. l.i ,lini.rr . ' CHI DMEGA Christmas and spring fornials. Campus Carnival, ami Wiskils all fdrmcd |)arl of Chi Omega sorority ' s activities tliis vear. Founded nalionallx at the LIniversity of Arkansas in W)r and al W isi-oiisin in l ' )()l. the Chi O ' s celebrated their liftieth anniversary on the Wisconsin campus last ear. Besides regular social events, the Chi Omegas served their adopted conimunil helping the Red Cross. Pledges r ll -il bandages or did other work, at Madison hospitals or the Red Cross center. Officers were Susan Wegener, president: Karen Revmert. vice-presidciil: Doris Zechel, secrelarv: and Sharon Yeo. treasurer. The housemother is Mrs. William C. Smith. First nm: left to right: 1. Srhnx-ilcr. M. NkIkiI. D. Dallelsweig. B. Schweitzer McGregor. J. Murphv. B. Ma.lolc. ■,„;» roir: D. Uruels. M. Schaffelzel, J. Weiss, N. Murach, C. Dorwin, J. LasMiian. I ' . lcCarlv. J. Burns, K. Schmidl, A. Ohlso Third roiv: B. Marsh. P. James, S. Sl.irkhcrger. A. Pelrie. J. Bancroft. K. Revmerl. S. Yeo, M. Nelherland. B. Smith. L. IlinUer. V. Ilarh. I ' imrth r„n: ' .. Kanii . I. Zeebel, N. Fuchs. N. Dammann. (i. I.inlliicuni. 1. S»anMin. I ' . SnMlcr. N. Hrllcr N. Pels. C. Ziehm. N. Seegers, A. Sal)in. M. krctchnu-r. II. Zcrhcl. liftli r,m: I). Trin.lle. H. Hosier, L. Luedke, C. (;em|)ler. I). Jenkins. M. korfage. I ' . Kveiillc L. Karclur. J. Engle, S. Sibbald. C. Wolf, A. Garter. A. Nordmark. , J. Foster. J. Row . N M. (;rimn 1) Kruegnr n. S Bcnii. It. S. W nks Mr .Smill . S Weg ner S.h Mniin " . C. Kcga 1. V) .J. Dra.T. r. 1 ,. lie mer I ' ae s,l.. s crger -. N . l SillTlU 1. ' .rsi ■laff First roil. Irfl tii n«ht: M. Hill, E. Krause, B. Matlieys, J. llolmaii. ,1. S.luilles. 1. I.-rr.-ll. 1. Orliiian, L. EiK-r. I), krrslfii. .1. (iregory. Second row: S. Waring. K. Cubela, J. II. Kohc. II. ( las aii.mgli, I ' . Kohert- son, B. Hi ' lilin;;. M. Malln. J. Bardeen. A. Kitchin, J. Denison. P. Thi)Oii . Third tow: J. Boeltner, M. Wood, B. Bovce, I). Holinsdahl. B. I,ei,-er. S. Mueller. S. Heni|.e. Mrs. Bla.lcs. S. Evans, J. Beelen, J. Thatcher, N. Wetzel. M. llaiiKs. ,1. Shackclfonl. J. Kerslen. Fourtit nm: B. I ' itzpalriik. C. Tinder, M. Antes, N. Metz, M. Jens, J. (Jerkf. .1. Sludl .. S. Mcllugh, L. Grimmer. K. knudscn. . Swee. L. Steussv. J. Gerke. J. Le- Febvre. N. Fal.er. ,1. kro-.n. B. Brown. N. McCann. II. .Ionian. S. Mickells. Fifth row: N ' . Dawson. J. Wheeler, L. Bardslev. .. M.k.nzie. V. Humke. A. Field. C. I ' lii.s. B. Kdwards. K. l, lahon. .1. Kng.-lman, P. Jefferson. C. Rhodes. J. Jossi. I). Leule. A. (;reo:orv. K. 1 1 loninudieu. l. Ilaslreiler. M. Barlon. l. L. Morgan. V. Bell. l. Brksla.l. J. Julien. P. Deltmann. DELTA DELTA DELTA " Oh Tri Delta, you are the one for me. for me — , " echoed thirty new pledges this fall. Other niemhers agreed as they proved their enthusiasm by being active in chapter and campus affairs. We were represented in extracurricular activities 1) Paula Cornish. Mortar Board: .loan Holman. president of Theta Sigma Phi: Mar Kilcn Kckslad. vice-president of A A: Lou Bollinger, chairtnan of S inter Carnival Ice (Cabaret, arrangements chairman of Senior Swingout; Sue aring. Greek. eek exchange dinners ciiairman: Alice Kitchin, Greek W eek workshop chairman: Nancv Smith, Crucible and l.ibbx (trimmer. Badger copy editor. Honors went to . ancv Smith and Nancy etzel chosen for the 1Q.S2 Prom court of honor. Tri Deits were also busy in Delta Sigma Rho. Pi Lambda Theta. Phi Chi Theta. Alpha Delta Theta. Italian Club. Dolphins. Forensic L nion. Badger and Cardinal staffs. Officers were Paula Cornish, president: Doris Kersten. ice-prcsideni: Lois Filer, recording secretary; and Kathrvn Cubela. treasurer. The Tri-I)ells Iransporlrd rushing lo inider-lhe-sea. 281 I) (; " s xcrsus I ' m I i i a n.nii.l-iol.iii |.iiif; ,m• lill. DELTA GAMMA Campus activities ami social alTairs kept members of Delia (iamma sororit) busy this past season. The j;roup s project of aiil to the blind is carried out b reading to blind sluilents al the university and assisting the Janesville School for the Ulind. Founded in 1873. the sorority was established at isconsin in 1880. Officers were Tita Hasbrook, ])resident: Betsv Dixon, vice-president: Barbara Barnes, reeor ling secretary: Kathrvn Ginimler. corresponding secretary: and Rose Mary Ritzier, treasurer. Mrs. Mabel De X itt is housemother. First row. left to right: D. Dean, A. Busse, L. Raesow. D. Lahn, M. Lonpenerker. J. Perkins, K. Kellet. S. Hickey. J. Saari, K. Gimmler, P. Case. B. Mitchell. P. Gill. Second rou: 1. .I.ns.ii. M. . Falk. J. Gill. (i. Merrick. D. Inftwcrson, M. J. Swift. N. Dunsten. A. Emans. B. Farl - . I.. Ilarkiiis. ,|. Wade. P. Sleiner. B. Bagnall. J. Sloll. Thini ron: U. Mack. J. Schaller. B. Ilurlcv. N. K.. l,,ski. K. Kilzlcr. B. Dixon. T. Hasbrook. Mrs. D.Will. R. S»ifl. B. Barnes. H. KircliolT. .1. Scxion. .1. Inpl.lirl.l. S. Hofiers. rmirlli row: A. Connell. 11. McMalion. N. Nirolel. N. Schnci.l.r. N. Bakrr. B. Miir.ili.ini. . IVrrirk. 1. Sliaw. 1,. [cl,aiif:lilin. (.. Hoss. . Hiuliic. N. Dickinson. M. Slci ' cr. It. Koss. P. Collins. N. ( »ikerinan. S. Kcdes. Fiflli row: (;. .lolinson. B. Thomas. 1,. Tall.ol. C. Il.,l,l s. V. Rowman. S. lilihcl. ,1. Ilaimen. A. Evans. C. Hol.inson. . Schliclcr. J. ;il.son. II. llnnler. l. Bnrnhani. (i. Sin.llc. P. Nelson. E. Evans. L. F.owrev. J. (;ro e. .1. Cannon. I. Miles. 1. . While. P. S«an. i ■ ■ ' V„ I 282 A I First run; left to right: Carol Krushke. Marilyn .Mackessey, Mary Roth. Jean Oldigs, Dolores Grasse, Helen Hoofl. Nancy F.ckhlad. Martha Wiesse. Nancy Burmeisler, Janet Teichart. Irma Smith. Second row: Joan (lol K lialk. Oris Oiler. Pat Day. Lois Perschbachcr. Barbara Ii( iiirmick. Beatrice Lawrence, Ruth c-iirliiiKl. Mrs. Ilunn. Jean Gnndlach, Jean Rillcr. MariKn Null. ' ' i ri roic: Barbara Becher. Nancv Ko -I.icl. Sue Mar lioll . Sherry Dimn. Jackie Puffer. Jan Osiliat . Dorotlu Egbert. Audrey Paff. Margaret Sa|.|i. I ' olly (;ralni. larria (ilark. (;imiy Pile. Karen k.rin,-.|y. Marilvn Reinharl. Betty Rowe Baker. Fourth roll: ]jr Nenperl. Caroline Karel. Carol mii Siliwarlz. Pat Kile . Donna Leverty. Marilyn Vogl. Colleen lioughlon. Joan B..eseh. Margaret Parker. Molly Sloner. Ilelej. Vor|.ahl. Mary Sliolles. DELTA ZETA DZ lamps gleamed espeeiall briglitl litis far-. as lite cliaiiliT leleltrated the liltietli anniversary of their sorority ' s founding at Miami I iiixersitx. ' i ' he Founder ' s Dav dinner highlighted a year of gay social activities which inclttiled a fIa[i|»T party, several open houses, a Christmas formal, and the annual spring formal. Besides helping a Kuropean war orphan adopted by the chapter, the girls gave a Christmas party for deaf children. Another special event was a card party s[»onsored to raise money for the Cardinal. Members prominent in campus activities inelutleil .lanet Oschatz and Audrey Palf, co- chairmen of W iskits Piiblicitv: Jean Ritter and Lois Puschbacher, Phi Upsilon Omicron: Carol Winter. Sigma Kpsilon Sigma: anil Bea Lawrence and Iaril ii Reinhardt. Theta Sig ma Phi. Officers were Ruth X esterhmd, president; Audrey Pall, vice-president: Irma Smith, secretary : and .Mary Sholtes, treasurer. Mrs. R. C. Huhn is the Delta Zeta housemother. Time out for cards at the Delta Zeta house. 283 .lulHlanl (iainiiia I ' liiV an.l ih.ir .hues jl a I ' all liavri.l.-. GAMMA PHI BETA Gamma Phi Beta sorority, foimded iialioiialK in i I. riaiiiis one of ilic liroadest programs of Wisconsin sororities. Now active in many campns alTairs. Gamma Plii nicml i ' rs liuld liigli positions in organiza- tions sncli as Vi SGA. Crucible, and Mortar Hoartl. On the social agenda were annual formals. listening parties, and informal parlies. I ' o help others, llic (Jamnia Phi ' s nalionalh sponsor camps for unilcr|iri ilcged chiMreii. and locally do service projects in Madison hospitals and institutions. Officers were Diana Houser. president; Jean Cameron, vice-president: Donna Vohlken. secretary, and Kllcn Dehhink, treasurer. Mrs. Olga Riday is housemother. First riiir. ( U right: A. Ijowry. I ' . IVlersoii, K. Daubfrl. C. Price, J. (Jrout. J. Helmes, J. Parker, G. Grahiuskv. C. Kiniiin. SpciiiuI rinr: l. Tiileiir. P. Williams. S. Bums, N. Emmons, S. Wake, J. Berry, S. Coullhanl. J. Ii,mi. M. Il,in|,c. (;. W ilson. S. Jacobs, P. Ohlson. Thin! row: L. Griffillis, B. Hughes, C. Edler, M. Culna . I), olilkiri. K. Dehliiuk. D. Houser, Mrs. Riday. A. Gausewil ., J. Cameron. J. Weber, (r. Zimmerman. I). H eiiilon. .1. an Vnlwerpen. . Greenawall. fVx rf i niiv: M. Jones. ( ' .. Korsberg, S. Jhri;;. C. GrifTilli. B. lorlev. B. Bessrnlich. 1 ' . I ' lom. . M.-nipe. S. Breikr. I.. Slron.l. (;. Allan. K. Slo.ldard, P. Droughl. P. Nolle. (;. Ilaase. I). Siik.rl. l. Hope. ( ( . n.n . B. klein. J. Kartell, j. ' Pbom .m. M. Learv. B. Smvlh. . kLeiuIon, K. i ' imni. 1. Wuss.m. S. I ' ii .-ibbon. ;. C.ba.lwlck. N. Ilninii.ull. P. (;ranl. (;. B(,s(b. F. Fe ou. . Seibold. ( !. Pip,-,. I.. Moeliu;;. P 1 ■« -» ' i s( rm(. ( f (II rifiltt: N. Kcmmerer. B. Koherly. B. Keck. B. khoury. M. McLean, L. Voelker, U. Miller. I ' . Vale. l. L. Polzin. N. Nelr on. Snonil ruiv: L. Atkinson, B. Brenli. J. Beck, K. Lnhman. E. Westburv. Ir . (;;Hi.liat. M. (irillh.iesl. I). Ilildebrandt. K. Culhanc. B. Frazer, P. War.l. M. Forsvlh. Third row: . W i.lirlMir-. B. Johnson. K. Moore. J. Charn. I ' . Cluncv. D. Garloch, J. Langjahr. 1. Hopkins. M. Lanfiir. . Foster. T. Speca. " » . Hanson, T. Franklurlli. 1. F. Norton. A. Mossman. haiirlli mn: F. Allen, J. Hciplio, J. Herbnveaux, J. Hinman. G. Helsin-;. S. F.-«is. T. Strong. S. Winters. 1. Mal.ie. J. Dalile. J. Bowlbv. E. McCord. _ F A. Strong. S. Moll. S. ' l " oii|.. I ' iflli row: J. Hunt. C. Ganger, B. Brenk, K. Dalv, M. J. ilolley, P. Ward. S. (;iese. S. White, A. Gillfry. ,1. Sorris. K. Albers, k. Ghristoffersen. KAPPA ALPHA THETA Tlie Pjii cliapter of Kappa Alpha Theta was founded at Wisconsin in 1840 and claims num- erous distinctions among isconsin sororities. Traditional Theta events include an Kg ; Hop with the Cliih and participation in many campus activities. Tiic group anniialK aids the institttte of Logipcdics, as well as sponsoring a Foster Parents Plan for the tenth ear. and presenting scholarships to I iiited States and foreign students. Officers were Elinor Westhtirx, (iresident: (larole Gruetjen. vice-president: Betty John- son, treastirer: and Donna Miller, sccrelarx. The liuuscmother is Mrs. Rtttli Gatichat. ' I ' lie ' nielas |)ulled in a lug ol (i 285 KUs follow llic fiaine rlosely al lliis lisleniiig parly. KAPPA DELTA Social evoilts sponsored li Kappa Delta sororilx iiieluile a pledije ilaiiee lo iiilrodiiee and Iioiior new pledges, a spring " prison " party, and a spring formal. Listening parties and in- I ' ornial parlies also constitute a part ol the year ' s social calendar. Founded in 1897 at Virginia State Normal, the sorority helps support the (Irijipled Children ' s Hospital in Richmond. Virginia. Officers were INancy Paddock, president; Shirley Lenike, vice-president: Agatha Meyer, secretary; and Barbara Barrett, treasurer. Mrs. Edithe Davis is the housemother. I Fi.srf niii: left u, rijiht: M. Terrill. N. B.liliiif;. K. Van Duze. C. W ild. C. Crelle. L. Slegner, J. Sawyer. M Kilt, B. Vogl. J. ttianilenlmrg. K. Klol ,. ( ' .. I ' liomsoii. Second niii: 1. ilciiilerson. J. lleiser, P. Lovvman, K. Werner. M. Larson, N. Faa.loek. Mrs. Davies, P. Reasor, B. Mill. M. IVielis. 1 ' . Peterson. M. I ' ' nller, V. Niekerson. Third inw: J. Morasli. U. Bergman. B. Sokoloski, I). (;elil. M. n,lre«s. B. Anderson. L. Frank. J. Henilriekson. M. .Moeller. [). Baker, B. Barrett, S. Lemke. .1. Ila»!e%. S. LaBarro. I.. (;riffy. Fourth roiv: M. Nelson. D. Olson, H. Melency, A. Alter. C. Waile. J. Thonipson. S. liilgers. P. ONeill. A. Ilafinieister, M. L. Schaphorst, J. Nicolet. J. Peterson, P. Werilin. B. (iihson. Fifth row: P. l ohniann. I,. I liming. A. Mever. M. Llovd. M. McAleer, D. Grosenick, B. Frederick. C. Bnrg. R. Ginke. R. Bnnnier. 1). ieth. M. Well.v. R. Jeffrey. First n,ii . Ir i lu Mii ir ness. 1). (;i, mH. j. II.I C. loill.r. l. M.irlMii. K. (:,„,-aTl. II. K.anlcM. H. Iliill.r. l. Wind, ik.-. J. Krilh. Sraiml run: J. llei.pes, J. S.liillTarlh. .N. IVader-asl. S. Jacobus, B. Carle. S. olverton, E. Biirliiii. l. Hell. 1. Titohie, A. Swiniiey, A. Calhoun, J. Flynn, M. Cafferlv. TliinI run-. L. Burke. A. Deimliii " . 1. I ' r«. K. IcVav, S. Seifert, L. Lvman, M. Trebilcock, Kirs. Manpiarl. A. Noble, L. (iossetl. P. Kri e. B. Carpenler. P. Penilergasl. 1. Porler. Fourth row: M. Baird, J. n..|.p. K. Aheru. N. lla%nes. I). Wilson. (;. W edseilofl. .1. Boxer, (i. Har.lt. .1. (Milenki.nst, L. Dawson, J. Mill-.. N. Bassell. J. E.ljiarlon. l. lr(;allo»a% . K. Carle. M. I-Vntress. B. Sprinfjer. S. Kosenlieimer. t ' ijth niii: 1. Stevens, P. MeCiinnis. W . Kikkers, (,. Selmarni. J. Ilein, S. Benzies. M. kre s, C. Cody. K. Baldwin. 1. Thomas, J. Thomas. J. Hutchison, S. Smith, k. Kozan, V. Hall, J. Becker, J. Hadley, K. Larson. KAPPA KAPPA GAMMA Kappa Kappa Gamma, tlie oldest sorority on campus, had mam niembt ' rs piomiiieiit in campus activities this year. Tliese inchided Carolyn Roger and S (via Pickell. Badger Beauties; Jean Froehlig Maier, Mil Ball court of honor: Connie Kraelscli. i,iiile Interna- tional court of lionor: Janet Mills, WSGA secretary; Linda Wernecke. WSGA administra- tive council; Nancy Eckholm. Crucible. WSGA Fashion Show chairman; Nancy Fowlkes, Wiscon.sin Players; Carolyn Cody, Dolphins treasurer; and Jean Dopp. Sigma Epsilon Sigma. Officers were Mary Trebilcock, president: Pat Free, vice-president: Bett Carpenter, secretary: and Nancy Eckholm, treasurer. Mrs. Florence Marquart i.« the housemother. 28: ,.. I I ' i I ' lii |il;iLliT pari PI BETA PHI Many Pi Phi ' s again joined aii()iis i-anipus activities. Emmy Lou Garwig was secrelaiy of N.S.A., and Anne Matthews was chairman of High School Pubhcations Committee. Jule Kennedy was secretary of the Wisconsin Pharmaceutical Society, and Donna Vi enger had numerous roles in isconsin Players productions. Scholarship was prominent in the chapter. Pat Maclntvre and Marlene Thiele were mem- bers of Phi L psilon Oniicron: Carol lleiss was treasurer ol ' I ' hcla Sigma Phi: and Pat Krebs was a member of Sigma Epsilon Sigma. Social events weren ' t overlooked either. INorma Cross reigned as 1952 Mil Ball ( ueen, and Emmy Lou Garwig was 1952 Homecoming Queen. Officers were Ellen Nyhus, president; Jule Kennedy, vice-president: Kathy Church, secretary: and Barbara Dewey, treasurer. The housemother is Mrs. Herbert S ' hmitl. First row, left to right: D. Monk. I». larcks, B. Best. G. Nelson. l. 1.. Himinan. k. Hansen. N. Clurlin, J. Bockman, S. Benson. J. Earle, A. kneline. Sfcottd row: N. Meyer, M. (iales. M. Schiiinpert, J. Alexander. J. DeLove, M. Rup]!, J. Steinecker. M. Jones, J. Dudley. S. Buster. D. Lacey, J. Ransom, J. Riley, N. Archie, M. L. Schmidl. Third row: S. Wallerius. P. Brown.J. Rapp. N. Cross, C. Heiss, P. Pidcoe, E. Nylius. Mrs. Schmidt, J. Granherg, C. Close, M. Thessin, P. laclntyre, C. Leich, M. Johnson, J. Talge. K. Church. Fourth rotv: B. Gariepy, J. Lively, N. Mason, C. Leahy, G. Worel, S. Streiff, M. Thiele. P. Randall. B. Griem, D. Craine, D. Seyberth, A. Wegner, M. Rodehaver. J. Zaumeyer, E. Eggebrechl. R. Tasker. C. Stephenson. S. Capitani, C. Dyrehy. Fifth row: F. Forrer, N. Marshall, P. Albjerg. J. S limiiltmann, P. Krebs, B. Taylor, L. Litchfield. L jolinson. I). Bergman. K. Sturm. M. Wiseman. B. Dewey. B. Mathys, A. Mathews. E. L. (;arwig, B. Burks. B. Stein V. Walson. J. Buelte rs A. " n AA.. . 288 ni o f,o,0ao First row, left to ri lu: J. I Ilil. M. Kcrkmaii, N. Nehel, I). kr(if;li. I). Axotis, J. Paulson, G. Engelhard. J. M. Jones. Svcond row: K. Smilh. I. Lowe, M. A. Bearder. 1. kn.ni ke. Mrs. Nelson, C. L. Anderson. J. Garlzke, J. Franz. J . Moe. Third row: N. Nelson. M. A. I ' etranck, K. Denton. R. Hornig, M. Voigt. M. . uffant, S. Slaliel, S. Ziirliiicli. l. Barron. M. ScluiUz. P. Henderson, M. Kyle. Fourth row: J. Harris, M. (Jreiuer. B. J. BollliolTer. I.. Kninnleno. K. Gever. M. Van Sleenderen, B. Hoibv, G. Anderson, D. Stefenson, J. Mekeel, K. Axley, N. Basl ' ord. I,. Meyer. J " . Tessman. SIGMA KAPPA Sigma Kappa ' s campus leaders iiicliiiled Marion Voight. assistant society editor of the Cardinal: Peg Greiner. assistant managing editor of the Cardinal: Margaret Kyle, vice- president of Sigma Kappa Phi: and Jane Moe. a reporter for Gamma Alpha Chi. Jane Louttit and Joan Franz swam for Dolphins. Senior Honors were received by Joan Kaye, and Peg Greiner was a member of Crucible. " Cloud No. 9, " the spring formal, was held at the chapter house after a dinner at Leske ' s. Post -game open houses, listening parties, exchange dinners, and informal parties filled out the social calendar. Officers were Mar Kroncke. president: Carol Lee Andersen, vice-president: Johanna Gartzke, seeretar : and lar nn Bearder. treasurer. Mrs. Henry Nelson is the house- mother. Chrislinas-linie al the Sigma Kappa formal. ■w — - 289 l a Ih.-la I ' lil ll lcniiif; |.arl THETA PHI ALPHA Theta Phi Alpha ' s contributions to the 1953 Badger were Rosemary Leahy, co-editor, and Esther Garvey, senior section editor and co-editor of IVorthliglit. Other campus notables in- clude Marion Hartenberg, president of Zeta Phi Kla. and DorolliN Zcvnik. secrelar of Pan 1 lei. Christmas and spring orrn;d . llic While Rose Dinner, anil Kuundcr ' s l)a IVslix ities were the annual social functions. Vnotiicr interest was ciiaritx work lor the Glenmary Missions. Officers were Dorothy Ze nik. president: Arline RaNUiond. social and rushing chairman: Marv Maher, secretary; Joan GalTerty. treasurer: and Mar Lous Drnek, historian. Lillian Schrocdl is the alumni advisor. Fi N( roll. (■ ( III rifiltl: Kospmarv l.i ' ali . Jii(l Kiiia. JoAnn Seroril, Barliara Elmore, Arleiie KaMiioiiil. Smiiul roic Carol Schullz. Joan ( ' .aflVriy. Mary Maher, Dorothy Devnik. Peg Mailland, Janel Sohei-kel. ThinI row: Marv Sehaaf. Marv kav Siaiill, Bett ' v Oxnem, Pal Kreger, Marv Lou Drnek, Pat Klee, Therese Trczinko. Lois l.(.al.e. Juilv W eillenheck. 290 Now, heres a pretty ga SDRDRITY LIFE Fun at the Delta (iainiiia ftirinal. More cider and doii;:liimts ' Aiid what are voii lak.ii Becoming Hawaiian — for rushing purposes. Erv iilic. IK president. •■ s( n,i,. Irfl l„ light: Dale Sieverl. Jolm l.an-er. l.,mell Hall. .|..hn Ollisli. iinl.leiiliri -il. Sr.,„i,l n.u: Slu Weill.. I ' reil IMaiilz, John Ramaker. Va Ziil.e. William l ' ran «ick. I ' eler Tieilemaii. Kolierl Kellin. Third r„w: Uuss Jung. John Chyle. John kamps, WufU Mirhaels. I.e,,a Kosenher . Di.k Wen.ll. William Dries, unidenlilied, Kichard Creager. Fourth roiv: unidenlilied. John I leiniendael. Kolaiid Johnson, unidenlilied, Harry Issler, uniilenlified, nnidenlified, George Borden. IIVTERFRATERIVITY CDUIVCIL Your l- ' ratfrnil — that extra soniclliini; llial makes your years at the L ni ersit of Wiseonsin tlie finest of your Ufe — is where group interest, i ' riendship. aetivitx and seliolarshij) reach tlieir peak. The meaning of f ' ellowsliip thai is the root of fraternity life is usually found In those who live and work within the fraternal s stem. Vie. the Inter-fraternit) Associa- tion, the coordinators of this system, present to you in the following pages the indi idual fraternities, the Greeks enjoying the " good life " at the LIniversity of Wisconsin. In promoling the fraternity system, ami in coordinating the activities of the system the I nlcrfralcrnity Association is assisting all fraternities to inculcate a sense of responsihility lo self, to college, to country and to societv and stresses the spiritual values of life as the loundalion of ihi ' truh democratic way of living. . l an IF meetin: Making a weighty point. 292 293 FRATERIVITY RESIDENT EDUIVSELDRS ASSDEIATIDIV I ' he KralrriiilN Kosidciil ( ioiiiisclor ' s Association was roriufil four years ai;o lor a live car trial proi rain of lioiiscinotlicr rt ' plarement in IVatcrnit) lioiiscs. Tlie counselors, many ol ' whom arc in the Schools of Law or Kducation anil are nsually graduate students, act as advisors to the I ' ratcrnitN ' s mcndrcrs on social, scholastic, and financial matters, and may also be chaperones at inlornial parties. The Association holds semi-monthly meetings for the purpose of discussing fraternity problems. Speakers who can give some insight into counseling problems are invited to the meetings, anil nian prominent faculty members have appeared before the gron| . Officers were Eugene 11. Irminger, president; Eugene H. Eabree. vice-president: and Leo ,1. Friedel. secretary-treasurer. Roger Fritz, the Advisor to Fraternities, is also advisor to the Association. Firsf roic . ■( f- na i . II. Haar. C. Hall. P. Reis. R. Burns. D. Schriel.er. 1 I immIcI s r ,.;i, ;,.i R I ril , K. NahiT. . W.h ' kI. 1. r,,r| hv. E. l aBrec. II. k..|.| a. B. Colilsl.-iii. . si „,,|,iii K I ' i1im» llunl n,i, C. Bunli. N. Car.lei). R. Il.i.jer. ,1. Olfson. k. Kin-. ,1. 1aiilli. . I). l,,ii-,,ii R -mImm W -miiIi, i I iii.l F(.( rt ir.,ii. I " . lliiLer, ,1. Dliuov. C.Nclsoii.G. Poiumerciiiiig. W. Ral)i-nii. II lii.-cn W W . iliii I lailli firs; nm-, Ivjt to ri ht: I). Johnson, D. Fry. D. Lunil. R. Creagor, J. Wright. R. Massey, J. Larkin. Second roir: R. Kjeltlheim. G. Lippert. C. Hesselberg. K. Sahin, N. Knulson. R. Wellon. G. Wegner, J. Schallschnei- iler. n. lassev. Tliinl ron: R. Gvr. (i. Sohlosslein. G. Borst, N. Nitka, R. Lippert, S. Snigger, H. Bayens, N. t;erhrke. F. Jahas. ' wirf i ruii: l. Jiimes, D. Hoeppner, R. Bell, R. Wheaton. R. Erb, D. Schuler, J. Robinson. G. Messing. L. Ohlsen. F. Josephson. ACACIA Acacia, the iVatprnity with tiie ideal location iirroimdecl 1) ioiir sororities, will iiii- (loiilitedly be best remembered this year for the many unusual parlies that highlit;hled the year ' s activities. In the fall, we had a Nut Party to which everyone came dressed accordinglv. ami a Skid Row ])arty. December 13 was our Christmas formal, and we finished the first semester in granil style with otir famous IViglit on the Nile. The As You Like It costume party and the spring formal culminated a year of successful parties. Acacians also took scholastic honors with Tim Larkin in Phi Beta Kappa and Guv Messing in Phi Kta Sigma. Officers were _ orvin Kniitson. president: .1. Richard Welton, vice-president: Da id Lund, social chairman: Dean Massev. secretarv: and Don Johnson, treasurer. Acacia members antl their dates spend an evening on the Nile. 295 1 ALPHA CHI RHO Beer, soup an.l f;irls al I| Iki ( .lii Kli. This year, as in years past. Alplia Clii Kho was well represented in eampus activities, athleties, and honorary groiijis. Erv Zube was 1-F ] resident, Kent Peters played varsity football, Diek Marino played baseball, and Diek Schoofs and .John Collins took honors as members of Tan Beta Pi and Phi Beta Kappa, respectively. The Schnitzelbank party, the Dixieland jazz party, the English Bowery party, as well as the annual Christmas and spring formals and fraternity picnic topped the social season. Officers were James Jung, president: John Barden. vice-president: Bob Hainan, secretary; Dick Schoofs. house manager: and kent Peters, mess steward. First row, left to right: Erich Liieillke. Don Sclielfhoul, Koland Friedrioh, Jim Morrison. Bill Hainan. Second row: Erv Zube, Lawrence (iram. Dick Schoofs. Boh Burns. Jim Jung. (Jeorge Borden. Morris Yakin. Dave Knuth. Third row: John l.ihhv. Don (ierhanl. Eric C.hrisliansen. Norm Jordan. Jim McKinnon, Dave Schroeder, Al Parmenlier. Bill I ' rcuiid. I ' oiirth ron: Dan llanauer. Boh W elzler. Gene Huske, Jack Lang, Dick Marino. Don Conlardi. (;ar Scluvaiid.r. Cm.- Plill. Ed Bla.kl.-dt;.-. 296 First roll; left to ri«hl: G. Moseley. R. kiiilans, J. Schmidtmann, E. Beller. D. Spera, A. Mor-ell, K. Burger. Second row: R. Schiillz. R. Bunde. ( " .. Nelson. S. J thnst»ii. T. Friesch. R. Baker. T. Shaiig}xiiessv. C. Lund. R. Sieverl. Thinl nm: T. PMrlell. l. Nesl.it. K. Mm ii. P. Bennelt. T. Nelson. R. Finke. E. Peterson, D. Sievert. R. Slielim. F. ardenliiir ' . I). Iueiirh. R. I ' elrusek. L. Nash. Mi sin»: C. Carpenler, W. Crocker, D. Hevak. T. Klapproth. B. IjanijtKere. W . Sleliliins. IJ. Bennett. J. Peterson. J. Tangen. ALPHA DELTA PHI If you are interested in [lolitics. jtistire, or acting. Alpha IJelta Phi is the fraternitv to pledge, if alumni are an criteria to judge b . Famous Alpha Delt alums include Franklin D. Roosevelt. Theodore K( se elt. Harlan F. Stone. Oliver endcll Holmes, and Frederic March. Here ou campus, Alpha Delta Phi is also noted for its illustrious members. Some of them are Bob Baker, captain of the varsitv swimming team: Bob Burger, junior varsity baseball, Jack Schmidtman, tennis and junior varsity basketball: Dick Stiehm, tennis; Don Muench andDonSpere, band and Haresfoot: Bob Lamphere. varsity football: Tom Frish. track: Hap Johnson, varsity basketball: and Jim Peterson, captain of the freshman football team. Officers were Bob Baker, president: Tom Friesh, vice-president: Tom Klapport. secretary: Bob Lamphere. corresponding secretarx : Fred ardeiiliiirg. house manager: and Don Muench, steward. 111.- l|ilia Delts and dale j;ather for a round of songs. 297 AEPfs aroun.l llu- nian » for iniproinplii sin r. ALPHA EPSILDIV PI This year was the fraternity ' s twenty-fifth anniversary on this campus, and the AE Pi ' s again made a name for themselves on campus, carrying off more than their share of honors and activity participation. f specially prominent among llic many niemhers wlio participated in activities were Dave Filvaroff. Phi Beta K.ap[)a and Carthnal editor; Bob Immerman. Phi Beta Kappa and Film Committee chairman: Marvin Kahn. Radio Cardinal; and Harold Lerner. business editor of the Cardinal. In spite of their nian activities, the fraternity found lime to hold some exceptional parties. The r i " l Abner party, the hah) party, and the winter formal at iNoh Hill were outstanding events in the (irst semester; and the annual Emperor altz and the spring formal at Oakton Manor highlighted the secimd half of the school year. Officers were Floyd Harris, master; Sigmund Cohen, lieutenant master; A. Norman Drucker, scribe; Joseph Mayer, exchequer; Jack Kaidnian ami Sheldon Wagner, niembers- at-large; and Russell Miller, sentinel. First r,m: left ' " right: G. Fink. M. Blankslein. M. Shapiro. N. Kalz. A. Ellinan, S. Zimler. B. Axel. A. Wevcer. Smuul n,„-: I). Keismaii. B. Scliwarlz. M. Bonkslaff. I. Kane. I ' . Harris. N. Tlnukcr. J. Mayer. B. Gol.lrtlein. . laiulel. .1. I,i.l«rmaii. Third nm-: S. C.licii. 11. Ilerinan. II. Balabaii. . Coo.lsile ' , R. Goldman. L. Rosenzweio;. J. Frank. R. Feldslein. B. Nalanis. L. (iojilner, R. Alkins, E. Frack, L. Wales. Foiirlh row: A. Cohen, H. Kahn. D. Levy, J. Abrahms. B. Talkow. L. Goldman, H. Meyer, J. Steiger, S. Sprayrepen. D. Trosch. J. Spiegel. J. Nussbanm. L. (irinker. o a m n 29K First row, left U riglil: {]. Biirlu-I. K. HIci.k. 1). ( iillilaiid. K. Sl.-VNail. I., .man. ,S,, o u toic: J. Schn)p ler. G. Drewry. R. lly.le, A. l.au. J. Woii.ll. K. Nalx-r. K. Ilrrrina.iii. Thinlrnn: 1). II..U..I. UacUr. .). ( lollisim. V. Sleiick. R. Hood, E. Thorp. I). Ilelgesoii. C Krkels. V. arocii. I ' liiirlh row: E. I)iiiet ii. E. Van Ornnni. D. Miller, V. Radanai, J. Neup.-rl, D. Malilke. ,1. Renk, G. Gramling. ALPHA GAMMA RHD " To make better men, and througli them a belter agrienlture. " ' iluis reads the purpose of lola Chapter of Alpha (iamina Kho, founded on this campus on A|)ril 2 f. iyi6. Highbglils of this ear " s social calendar were the Farmer ' s Ball, the Hower |)art . and the Christmas and spring fortnals. as well as the annual Founder ' s Day Ban(piel. Meniliers prominent in campus activities were Vic Sleuck. captain of the varsit crew: Bob lloiiil. arsil crew: and (rcorge Dre vr . junior football. Officers were Al I, an. president: .John Wendl. ice-jiresident: Rad Ilvde. .secretary; and Vic Steuck, treasurer. Time oul al the (;R lion; 299 I|.1k, ALPHA SIGMA PHI Few indeed arc llic rriil Tfii(i ' s of llic nation tlial lia e as itUerestiiii; and sii nilicant a hisloiN as llial i i Mpiia Sif;rna I ' lii. Il is nol a dull sIoin of loundinf; and gradual dc fl()| - ment. but rather it is the story of an organization that has reflected the ups and downs of our nation ' s history. Vi e liave grown, prospered, and struggled. an l now. after having gained strength during one of the most tr ing times in the world ' s history . are enjo) ing the brightest period since our foiniding. Special events hehl li the lratcrnit during the vear were the " Sig Hust. " which is an annual gathering of alumni, and the Bowery party, featuring l!i )() decorations and costumes. Officers for the year were Kenneth Taube. president: James Barclay, vice-president: Don Klein, secretary; and Vt ahlemar Drneger, treasurer. First row, left to right: Gary Glenn. James Barclay, Lloyd Berkle. Second row: Denis Gerber, Bob Briggs, Ken Taiibe, Norman Minsky. Vince (Irane. Third row: Ken Hilgendorf, Charles Showers, James Manthey, Don Hahn, Everett Chambers, Don Kline. 300 First roiv, left to right: E. Chabanian, R. Senlv. J. Fleming. T. Hauge, K. Scully, V. KIciirv, |{. l- ' ahor. Sec ond row: R. Consignv, R. Frick, J. Olfson, R. Moore, S. Webb, F. C.harlesworlb. A. Hati .-ii. j. lag.-c, C. Stern- berg. Third roir: L. llanev, J. Olfson, E. Ronzia, J. Siinninnils. H. Ki-br, W. Kingsbury, W. Seeliger, E. Osteland. K. Oll.m. 1). Oav. Fourth roic: S. Bramltjen. J. Il.ller. W . Francis, W. Taves. J. Wendt, W. Wilting. K. Drag.-r, 1). Manger, D. Mueller. ALPHA TAU DMEGA Founded in 1865 at the Virginia Military Institule. l[»lia Tan Omega was the first fraternity organized after the Civil ar. Carrying niil their Kehel tradition, the ATO ' s have hung a Confederate flag on their new " Soutliern Mansion " at 216 Langdon Street. ATO was one of the originators of " Help AX eek " to replace the traditional " Hell Vt eek. " and substituted constructive work projects for hazing. The fraternity has worked at ieigh- horhood House, The East ' Side Youth Activity Center, and lirlpi-d with the Red F eather Drive. One of the highlights of the )ear was a reception lur Wall kcll . creator of the comic strip " Pogo. " Fornials, a " Southern Comfort " parl , and numerous informal parties added to a successful social calendar. Officers were Stu ehh. president: Dick Frick. vice-president: Frank Charlesworth. secretarv: and Ron Moore, treasurer, .lames Olfson is tin- huiiscii-lluw. . TO " s entertain . l| lia (llii Omega " ? at a beer supper. 301 1 k _ jEjgaBBc BETA THETA PI AI|iIki I ' i lia|)lii of l?il;i Tlicla I ' i. IoimkIi ' iI al W iscoiisin in IK7: ami oldi ' st -;(nial IVatcriiit v in ( " on limn ins i ' islrn( ' on I lie cafTiims. Iicj an I lie l ' ). ' )2-. ' ) 5 school car illi I lie lar f csl nicrn- bership of tliiil -seven Wisconsin social fraternities. Initial hifililigiits of this year ' s social calendar were tlic |)le(|i;c ami (Ihrislinas fonnals. For the (Ihrislnias Cornial the chapter house was decorated in a Christnias-in-llavvaii setting. Prominent among menihcrs in campns activities this year were ' I ' om Anderson, president of StndenI Hoard: I ' anl Ancrswald. cililor of the Wisconsin Idea; Ted Crahh. an execntive Carilinal editor; Arlie Schardt. Cardinal sports editor; Walt Ehling, Homecoming chairman; Tom Cooper, captain of the baseball team; Ron Roberts, football: ,fim Lougee, swimming; Frank Fraysur, Cardinal and Jerry Trapp. Badger. Officers were Albert L. Winegar, president; Karl Kahl. icc-|)resident; Lester Rcinke, treasurer; Frank Fraysur. corresponding secretar : and liobcrl llrh. alumni sccrctar . Mrs. Harry M. Lappley is the housemother. First run: left Ui lifiltl: k. allers. T. Sliiidi-vaiil. 1 . Hanson. T. (looper. J. Korbes, T. Andersim. F. Fraysur. J. Lonpeo. I). Mever, 1 . Hansen. S.-raiid n,u-: K. Bii lfuricii. ' .. Hcnl in. W . Ehlinf;. T. Brailcr. S. Tse. T. Delienne. Mrs. B. ' I.applev, A. Winegar. 1i. I. Hrailer, K. Manlev. J. Ohoiirn. B. ( lanipi.ell. K. kahl. II. Rebhollzs. L. Hall. Third ruiv: (,. knelni. J. llaMl,,n. B. (,r.,ake. B. I,,mell. B. Sehneider, .1. Pearson, S. Mckay. r. IJilev. D. Slagg, k. Forresl. (i. Hilgemeirer. W . Bender, B. .Slagg, D. F,rl . .1. Bramselirieber, B. Farnnni. h ' niirlli row: D. Dakford, 1. I{ammer. T. Means. J. Burpee. L. Reinke. P. Frensz. I). Lowell. R. F rb. K. Ablemau, R. Guy. K. Avery. B. Anderson. F. Smilli. 1). Stevenson. R. Lindau. I). Ocki-rlandei. Fifth nm-: I). Spengler, R. Bruder, T. Gaulsch. S. Jungman. J. Stephens. J. Pagel, P. Auerswahl. 1). Jordan, A. Oakford, R. Murphy, S. Schultz. J. Trapp. L. Wartman. P. Poenisch, J. Hay, R. Bock. A. Schardt, D. Carter. ' M2 I ' iixl mil. left III rifllil: I!. Mueller. I{. I ' l-lersi.iv. J. Lonnzen. W l rain,.lsky. 1 ' . Sumels. K. Teska. Scuiul run: K. kleinseliiiiiill. T. Jauke. J. Kiineiinan, K. Ltjeliel. I . Been. (I. Sluiii| f, V . Slalon, D. Ainacher, U. Smith. Third row: II. Horning, M. Buss, C Wagner, J. Selber. J. Kobach. L. Logas. J. Pike. R. Siepman, E. Wallenfeldl. R. Bloek. D. Peterson. Fourth row: F. Perkins, T. Bovd, R. Rehberg, K. Hill, D. Malson, T. Redlield. B. Ma.ier. J. Miller, J. Marshall, W. Bwlart. Fifth r(»»:W. Cook. D. Dinnies, F. Jensen, R. Carr, H. Simonsen, T. Beach. C. Merow, J. Liesniaii. R. Teseh, R. Kimniel. W. Hansen. CHI PHI Chi Phi social events tliis ear. as alwa) s. will he lonj; leiiiemhereil as some of the hesi and most unusual parties on campus. The Cherokee Chug-a-hi ' . with its Indian costmnes and decoration.s. and the Mil Brawl, a campus institution founded b) Chi Phi, as well as the Christmas ami spring formals all eontrihuted to a successful year. Most outstanding of all. however, was the Ksquire part . ' I ' his party was not onh inspired, hut |)artially sponsoretl by " Esquire " magazine, who provided the invitations and pari of the decorations. Officers were Richard Loebel. president; Evert Wallenfeldt, vice-president: and Jim Lorenzen. secretary. Good cheer at a Chi Phi parly. 303 LHI PSI .1 ih.- Chi IM li. The Wisconsin chaphr i ( ' . n I ' si. in its seventy-fifth ear on the Wisconsin rampiis. ran he justly proud ol il nian |iailiiipants in campus a(li ili( ' s and alhh ' lics. Proinincnt in campus a(li ili( ' s were Tom OWeal. iitcsidcnl of Sigma Delta (llii: IJill Mueller, president of Pledge l residenl " s Council: Hoh Telian. head of Forum Committee; Ted Hasbrook. Wisconsin Pla ers and Octopus slalf: John Moll ' . Hoofers: and Lorry Clancy, Union committee. Chi Psi athletes included Carl Martin. Roger Dornberg. Glenn Wilson, and Boh Sternal. arsil football; Glenn Demoske. freshman football; Jim Moran. varsity crew: and Dave Moran. varsity baseball. Officers were Robert Dunne, president: Dave Moran. ice-presi(lenl: William Hentzen, secretar ; and Frank Wendt, treasurer. First roiv, left t i rifiht: V. Walker, D. Prosser. D. Slalil. Schoonrr. J. Siiiitli. E. Sampson, D. Hoeveler, J. Briageman. Srcmul i„i : I ' . I ' lind. 1). Meyer. W . Miirlltr. K. Ilasl,r,.,,k. H. Walk...-. W . Hentzen, R. Stear- nat, J. Ailsil. J. (mmI. riiini n.M. C. Vlariia. J. I l..l,l iiis. (;. I ),-ni,,skr. W . |{ , mii. I ' . Pinkert.m, A. Pabst. R. ileider. W . Ravne. II. Malhier. K. Wendt. J. Ramsey. G. Smith. V. Prussiag, M. Tafl. Fuurtli row: D. Craigmile. G. Benakis, J. Tanner. H. Mi.hels. I). Baker, T. O ' Neal. V. R. Tate. H. Hobbs. H. (ia.l. 1.. Clancy. I. Trant. C. Hold. W. Boyes. 11. R.mchn. 304 First nm Ivjl l, rifilil: .|,,liri Kaiii|i-. U..ImM 1,„„,-. .|,,lm W unu-r. Tom ( ;,„liiaiu-. Carl Nunlim-ver. Don (Jreeiiham. Jim Kflrhiim. S ' ciinil rnir: Charles Kirlianls. Beriiie McNamara, W illard Heiikel. Buzz Mink. Tom Pfeifle. Jack I ' Voemming. Homer Erickson, Ray Freilmaii, Walt Gregorski. Third row: Dick Wescott, INeal Atherton, Jack McLeod, Jack Ellis, Bob Tucker. DELTA KAPPA EPSILDIV 15) maintaining a small group. Klio Delta chapter was aide to liirther its goal of fellow- ship. Aetive on campus were Mike Drew, assistant sports editor of the Cardinal, and Donald Greenham, who worked for Interfraternity News. A well-rounded athletic program included Carl iXordmeyer on the fencing team, Tom Phiefle on the foothall squad, and Stewart Beyer in crew . Dekes and Chi Psi ' s enjo ed a traditional weekend of winter fun. Other acli ities in- cluded exchange dinners and a sports program, and a cooperative dance with Alpha Delta Phi and Psi Upsilon. Christmas and spring formals plus a hiack face partv were other annual affairs. Officers were Tom Cochrane, president; Charles Richards, vice-president: alter Gregor- ski, secretar ; Jack Ellis, treasurer: and Homer Erickson. housefellow. Dekes calcli up on their lileralur 305 DELTA SIGMA PI Crallllliiilf: al I lie Delia Si Iumim- Delta Sigma Pi is a professional I ' raternit) to rurtlier I ' ellowsliip l)etv eeii men majoring in the iield of eonimerce and business administration. Christmas and spring formals headed this year ' s social funetions. ' I ' lie traditional ral(iaii Nights party spotlighted late spring events; fantastic costumes and oriental splendor carried out the theme. Sports-minded were George Simkowski. Norbert Ksser. Watson oodruH ' . and Bcrnie Schmidt on the varsity football squad, and Paul Morrow who played varsity basketball. Another notable was Charlie Clemmons on SLIC. Officers were George Simkowski, president: Norbert Esser, ice-president: Bill Kobbins. scribe; Joseph Biwan. treasurer: and George Durgman. junior warden. Joe T?arr is the house- fellow. First row, left to right: G. Kaschner, T. Vargiilich. J. Rliixle. B. Sclimiill. P. Ciiilla, G. Kiilia|i. Ci. Buiklon. Second row: J. Cox, B. Pandl, N. Esser, G. Simkowski. J. Bi«an. T. Bauer. W. WoodriilT, J. Barr. Third row: J. Love, C. demons. T. Katlis, B. Hletko, J. Otlus. Ii. B. Haker. B. Ilolden. J. Scliwarlz. V. l-iel.l. F,«irt i roir; N. Harris, B. Neitzel, P. Richards. R. Sloedfalke, B. Bla .ek, U. Price, C. Olive, F. Malalski. 306 « ■ •: m s 4 V .S rriK . left Id riolil: P. Stubeiirouch, L. kleary, % . C.otaiich, . Kramer, S. McKiernaii. K. lledliui ' , L). Hoagland. Second roic: K. Trumhore, P. Sorge, D. Norman, R. Schilffarth, T. Fox, R. Visco. R. Slommel. R. Bischoff, D. Ammentorp, V. Larson. Third row: A. Kiekel, A. Sittnick, J. Goodlantl. F. Born, J. Wirth. C. Stoner. R. Stumbo. M. Stitgen, J. Miller, E. Sehultz. Fourth row: M. Malik. B. Degler, T. Sherman, F. Hanson, R. Trautman, K. Smith, S. Stitgen, W. Lange, D. Morton. Fifth row: D. Riedel, J. Bushnell, C. Forsberg, D. Wahls. I. MacArthur, J. Swab, R. Morton, E. Thiel, R. Thygeson. DELTA TAU DELTA The Delts have completed another successful year on campus. Listening parties, formals. and week-end parties highlighted the social life, while the chapter was also well represented in campus activities. Ted Fox acted as Bucky Badger at the football games, and Gordy Johnson was captain of the gym team and head cheerleader. Dick Schilffarth was general chairman of the 1952 Campus Carnival, and Vic Ijarson was program chairman for Campus Carnival. George O ' Brien represented the fraternity in athletics as captain of the football team. Marv Mallik was elected to Tau Beta Pi and Pi Tau Sigma. Ray Stommel was president of Provost Corps. Officers were Joe Benton, president: Dick Hanson, vice-president: Jerry Gant, recording secretary; Dave Hoagland, corresponding secretary: ' i ' ed Fox. treasurer: and Ray Stommel, pledge trainer. Dinner at the Delia Tau Delta rounil table. 307 DELTA UPSILDH rill ' 1)11 pier is dismantled a- ' J ' lie i isconsin cliapter of Delta Upsilon has since 1885 (ollowed its four prinri] les of promoliiii; friemlsliip. aiKaiu ' ement of justice, diffusion of liiiiTal culture, ami development of character. This Near saw Al Suter, loin l{ari)iaii. and ISoh Wolf on ihi- haseliall learn, and Tom ard and Roger Godfrey on the baskelhall liain. ( )n the fencing team was nd Mclsachron. and a prominent golf figure was Doug Koepcke. Jim Dunn was in llaresloot. and Don Paape was a member of the Senior Council and Homecoming promotions chairniaii. The fall Bower party was given bv the pledges, and new ideas in costumes and enter- tainment were added to the traditional theme. Formals were held at Christmas time and in the spring. Officers were Douglas Koepcke, president; Roger Godfrey, vice-president; Andrew McEachron, secretary; and David Schreiber, housefellow. First row. left to ri lit: R. Rasmus. A. Ragatz. R. Hill. T. Remharl. T. Bluett, R. Lione. C. Tasche, G. Kranich, D. Paape. .1. Kelly. Srcimd roiv: J. lliirlrv. J. lloerres. J. Beauihaine. J. Mahoiiev. R. Barl ian, D. Koepeke. J. Buisl. T. Hurley, J. Spicuzza. H. Bridges. Tliird row: W. Ieuer. C. Ott, P. Klherl. K. Godfrey, J. Dunn. J. Forester, J. ' Curran, J. Stachowiak, R. Wendt. A. McEachron, W. Dewey. W. Dayid- son. D: Holt. Fourth roiv: S. Farley, F. Friday. J. Meyers, D. Grugal. G. Brown. E. Hipke, J. W .lis. K. T.ehuKMi. T. Ward. M. Pulzirr. .1. fVrnd. S. T.ohr. 308 First rail. I, ' ll la, idil: IV Killv. I , I I). I ,r,-. I ' . Cnniiii. (..Mllnv. I,. K.iii .i-. ( ,. l.rliii.M. I. M.nnrr. Socoiul nm- li. Moll. K. Ki.nl.i. I!. II..Hriuin. W . Fusilk. I ' . Kiiapi.. It . Uracil, K. IMiimmer, 1). Miller, D. Hovde, D. Akor, (.. H.amiK.Ml, . MrNully. Third row: li. I l.,riTif;..l.l, .1. Keating, F. Reigel. R. Liiebke, T. Sbaniion, C. Kedel. I- . Sc iples. 1). MissellKlru. R. Kna|i|i. K. DaiiTi.r. K. Brink. ! ' . Sehmitt, B. Nelson. R. Weber. I). Sulim. ' mirf i ;.,ii. |. Whiinian. C. Shuler. W . IVilerson. K. Kalui a. J. Steinhilber, W. Scbwanles. .. Tibbills. V. Me ers. J. Inise. M. I »al . K. Ni kles. K. Kei liim. .1. Burl. S. Allenbeni, L. Eggers. I ' iftit row: i. Kogemaiin, R. ( .bcslin.iigb. W . McNamara. .1. McCorinick. .). laiebring, H. Lampert. G. Moore, C. Korlier, C. Sebaefer, J. MeManus. J. Smytb, R. IVr-ons. R. (iilley. R. Niske. R. .Meyer. KAPPA SIGMA Bfla I ' jpsiloii cliaiilcr ii Kii|(|(a Sigma possesses the Hadjicr Howl ti( |»li wliieh it won by a record hreakiiif; ' )l I |(oii)ls. ()tlier campus sports activities included Hob t eber and Mike Daly, basketball: Hud Kortier, fencing team; and Bud Sciples. gymnastics. Pledges shackled to their dates led the way to the annual Kappa Sig Prison party. More formal social affairs were the annual (Christmas anil sjiring dances. Politicall) S|)eaking. it was a most successful year as .lack St ' inhill)er was elected president, anil Aed McNultv. vice-president of Young Kepublicans. Bob Studt was senior class presi- dent, and l.arr Suhm. | residcnl of the Union. ' -i Dinou was a reporter for the Cardinal. Officers were Fred Knapp. grand master; Hob Phnnnier. vice-president: Bill Fucik, grand master of ceremonies, and Don Miller, grand scribe. Mrs. Brailt is the housemother. lies " i.f llie kappa Sigma Prison Parly 309 LAMBDA CHI ALPHA LaiiilMla Clii 1|.1ki |H.k,r .rill.i LAMBDA CHI ALPHA Lainlxia Chi Alplia sln-sscs lii li slamlards of scliolarslu]!. wcll-lialatKcd social lilV. and participation in campus; acti ilit-s. It was rounded at Boston l;ni Msil in l ' )(W with a basis of democratic and progressive principles. The Wisconsin chapter ' s most significant achieve- ment this year was the occupation of its new house at 615 Henry Street. The social whirl was started off a housewarming party. Other highlights were the sweater parl and " l.ainhda (Ihi Mcalraz. " The Vi hite Rose spring formal climaxed the season. Officers were Joe Johanning. president: Jim Ftaschinski. vice-president: Arvid Halla, secretarv: and Don Krenz, treasurer. First row. left to right: Vern Lopaii, Tom Lampert, Ray Mylesko, Jerry Lawrie, Nyole Fuller, Mike Kiiyawa. Second row: Bob Reager. (ieorge Bander. John Ricci, Harry Griesmer, Jim Heise, Flip Hawley, Don Krenz, Chuck Horsens, Arv Ilalla. Third roic: Murray Wheeler, Bill Casey. Gill Bourcier, Don Huggett, John Doty. Ken McConaghy, Joe Johanning, Jim Plaschinski, Don Nerenhausen, Ron Borland. Jim Shannon, Rog Stephenson. 310 First run: left to ri«ht: T. Sprackling. J. LawiciRi ' . K. (,li c li. .1. Morrison, Rex, J. Schmidtman, L. Coffel, C. Staiger, T. Tracy. Svcmil n„r: (i. Borg. C. iNielseii. ( .. Hall. U. Iluilt, H. Bolle. J. Foster, D. Roberts, D. Firchow, T. Schneider. .. liskowski. B. Johnson. Third niir: I). Boldon, G. Calhim, B. SulHvan, R. Wood, D. Massey. J. Dobey, K. Thurwachter, D. Jacol)Son. J. Marvin, J. Teisberg, G. Sultze, E. Arnold, K. McCormick. Fourth row: (i. Slephan, J. Berghind, B. ConieUus, J. Lnsh, J. Copp, T. Kenkel, D. Von Trebra, D. Ryan, J. Will, D. Otto, P. Ryan, J. Mieike, K. Cors. PHI DELTA THETA This year was another successful one for the Plii Delts. George Stephaiis was chairman of prom queen elections, and 1 StoUifer was dance chairman for Prom. Art Maier was chair- man of the " Biggest Show of " 52, " and Al Stauffaclier was cliairnian of Homecoming. Bob Johnson was " W " Chih president and captain of tlie track team. Pat Sreenan was captain of the boxing team, and he and Rav Zale were riinners-up in the 1952 NCAA meet. Don Turco was secretary of " W " Chib. Bob Ranck was a co-captain of last year ' s boxing team and was iNCAA heavyweight champion. Representatives of the Big 10 co-champion and Rose Bowl football team were Roy Burks and Jim Craine. Members honored for scholarship were Robert Messer and Robert Douglas who were initiated into Phi Beta kappa. riie vear was not all work and no play. A weekend party was held with Zeta Beta Tau. The annual Triad with Sigma Chi and Beta Theta Pi was also a tremendous success, as was the " She Delta Theta " party, one of the manv weekend fraternity social events. Officers were Dick Roberts, president: Harold Bolte. secretary: Jim Lesh, reporter: and Corbett Nielsen, rushing chairman. Charles Hall is the housefellow. The Pi Phis and Phi Delt ' s relax at Fall listening party. 311 PHI EPSILDIV PI Keminisciii " over I ' hi E I ' i hisl irv. Phi Epsilon Pi has been aeli e on eanipus since its fonndinf; in l ' )2S. Its chieC aim is to promote better social and cultural rclati )nslii|(s. Prominent nu ' inlx-rs of this car iinlii lcii Leonard Kallniaii. |(rcsi(lciit ol ' Hillel Founda- tion, and Donald Miller, treasurer i Hillel. Charles Fine was in the Vk iseonsin Players, while . lan Olshan and Donald Miller were members of Timlin legal fraternity. The honor of being in Phi Eta Sigma was earned h Richard Schoenfeld and Herbert M. Gahr. Officers were Abraham Mann, president; Alvin N. Jacobs. ice-president; Harold Finkel- stein, treasurer; Richard V . X inograd, corresponding secretary; and Sheldon Kapen, re- cording secretar . Aaron Staroliin is the housefellow. First n ti: left tii right: H. BratI, 1). Miller. H. Gahr. S. Horowitz. Second row: I. Winston. A. Butensky. A. Jacobs. A. Mann, H. Finkelstein. L. Feder. A. Solomon. Third rntv: A. Olslian. A. Rosen. G. Kaimowitz, P. Rosenthal. L. Greenfield. A. Shloss, M. Soliel. R. Hahn. Fourth row: R. Selioenfeld. R. Rosen, G. Mason. M. Kasen, R. Kowalskv. H. Staiman, S. Kapen. 312 I,r ' .n mj -ftln,inlil K B,-r-Mr..ni. 1 larr.ii.l 1 ll..u,-.ll 1!,. I,l,l,li . I ' I mm,,,,. I ) Si,u .,. .1. I! I . .::lu.,„. 11 S, 1,1,1 liiiii;-. ) „,lrr-,nn. ( , ,lfre ,l{ H, ,11,,. i. . ,,.„, ;,-„ 1 I l„h i,,,i-. |{. i;iv.,,iyc,. 1. .Nai.iu.a. Ii, , . (, lf,„i„i ' l . ( (, l,i,„.,i,i, Krf lap, 1). eir. T. Kiilliili. .1. K,,, . K I ' lfdericksou, J. Fox, W. Grunow. I ' hinl ,n,i I ' » ,.,ia-l,aii 1« W ,» ,1, 1) ' IVelian. ,1. 1. M,lla,,. H. W .■i-„,a,i. K. Olson, B. Cady, R. Kiihly, 1). bi ' il -riiks(,ii, |{. .S Ua,i, D. Favriitn. . Cizaiifkii,-.. 1). Stai,l - . I ' . S„llivan. , 1. Schniitz, R. Perin ' a. roiirlh i,m 1). (.hadwKlv. R. Beriuil, I ' . Col.ab,-. W . l)aiifila . C ( .o|.c. I). MacDonald, D. Bearder, J. rcliic, J. Sarles, R. l ' ol ,er, D. (irant, _ I. llaKorsoii, ). Ba fr. S. .lucid. I). Lang. Fifth row: R. Zodtnes, M. Moss, W. White, G. NolTke, K. Testwiiide. R. Villa, W. Smill,. R. Ilcil .kamp. C. Elliot, J. Berrvhill. b. Weihaupt, J. Ferrill, T. Ilaeii, J. Werrbach, D. L rsin, R. Ileinick. PHI GAMMA DELTA The highlight of the Phi Gamnia Deha social season, the Fiji Island Party, transformed the Frank Lloyd Wright house into a South Sea Island, with members and their dates dressed in sarongs and heachconiher outfits. The house was decorated in cabaret style for another important event, the French Apache part). Men of the cha[)lcr important in campus acti iti -s this car included Douglas Vi eir, l hi Eta Sigma [)resideul: William (»rimow. tennis: ,|olui IJcrrxliill. IF (ihorus president, and George Steinmetz. football and cited for exceptional grades in pre-med. Officers were William Fre tag. president; Carl Gehrmann. treasurer: Doug eir. cor- responding secretary: George Steinmetz. recording secretary : and Thomas Koffolt. historian. Arriving al llie I ' lii (Jam Fiji Island Party. 3i: I.I lllr I ' lll K l|. Iiui PHI KAPPA The Greek riosliniie |i;iil ;il llic cud of Greek. Week this year hig;hhghte(l the Phi Kap soeial aetivities. which also inchiiied the annual St. Patrick ' s Day party, Humorologv. Campus Carnival. Ice Carnival, and a party (or the children at the Orthopedic Hospital. Phi Kappa was rcjircsciilcd on the campus h Joseph Koegen. president of Newman Cluh: Thomas Zamzow, hoxing: and Kohert Reagan, tennis. Officers for the year were Robert W. Kessenieh. president: Richard . Staehell. vice- president: John P. Keich. secretary: and Gerald F. Cherweznik. sergeanl-at-arnis. First rou left to right: Jerry Hagc, Fattian Wysocki, Don Mendvke, Gerry Cherweznik, Tom Zamzow, Gerry Soderberg, Ivan Morrow. Secornl row: Ed Rrueger, Bob Sponholz, DuWayne Knauf, Dick Slaettell, Bob Kessenieh. John Keieh, Roger Patrow, John Bassler. Third rotv: Dick Imhoff. Bill Esser, Bill Welch, Norm Meier, Bill Bver. Jim Bolstad. Rich Simons, Joe Foegen, John Barden. Hank Jelinski. Fourth rinv: Al Mor- row. Jim Xnn ' en. M DOnofrio. Jim Doering. Slan Rnle, Bob Foegen. liene lalloy. Jim Duffy. Bob Reagan. 311 First roll. ( ' In ri iht: Mike Woldenberg, Gene White. Sam Switsky. William Appel. Jack S[)tHtor,[, mie Panzer. Second row: Bernie Plotkin. . lan Briskin, Jerry Dennenber " ;. I ' ele Marin, Lee Uolnick. Sandy Malliii. Bob Malbin. Phil Fein. Third roiv: Sherrv Temkin, Wallv Ral)emi. I eon Rosenberg, Bob Monvek, Bob Eisenberg, Ted Perlman, Shel Ausman, Burt Polansky. Fourth n»n; Mike Steinnian, Ray Berson. Jay Linn. Leon Joseph, l orry Bodner, Dave GoUin. Vic Shainock. Don Rosenberg, Norm Bander, Jerry Zabel. PHI SIGMA DELTA This fall the energetic Phi Sig " s received first place for their Homecoming decorations. Among the social events which kept us busy this year were listening parties and other weekly parties, a formal at Hotel Loraine, and a spring formal and outing at the DelKiew Country Club. Members were also active in intramural athletics. The chapter was represented in campus activities by Leon Dolnick, in charge of Campus Carnival: Sheldon (rendelman. chairman of facidty contributions for Campus Chest: and Leon Joseph, Haresfoot Follies. Officers for the year were Charles Luber. president; Gerald Dennebcrg, vice-president; Peter Marin, secretary: and Lory Bodner, treasurer. In the Phi Sigma Delta chapter room. 315 PI KAPPA ALPHA " Dink. " llii-ir Itcafilc tiuiscol. wi-lcoincd llif men ol I ' i Ka|i|i;i l|ilia hack lo a coiiiiilftclN redecorated house this ear. In our 32nd _ ear on cani[)u.s the Pikes had a hus social pro- gram. Included anionn; tliese a li ities were the PiKA V isconsin and Midwest Dream Girl Fornials. Homeconiiiii; and [liralc parlies, (lampus (larnivai. intramural sports (in which the were the divisional champs in howling), and the pledge-active football game. The chapter won third place trophv lor their llomeconiing decorations. Members prominent in carn|ius acli ities were Bill Franswick. IF secretarx : Phil Steb- bins, MA secretarx: Donn t eiss, director of the JF Chorus and the University Men ' s Chorus: and Dtm }lr c)na. Jack Merriman, and Boh Mills. Phi Kta Sigma awards. Officers were James II. Dance, president; Kenneth Keitel. vice-president: Glen Vk . Looker, secretary : and Krnesl Mecklenburg, treasurer. First roll, left tii ri ht: Darl Bloom. Jolin Bloxdorf, Donn Weiss, John Melzer, Kolicrl Sniilli. jack Merriman. Harold Kohlmann, William Franswick. Second row: William Wood. Ernest Mecklenhuri;. ( ' .linlon Collins, Roderick Niedfeldl, Edward Klessig, William Scott, James Quinn, Richard Dance, John rndl. Koherl Monroe. Third roiv: Mark Leistickow, Fred Drexler, Donald Schaefer, Ron Stewart, Phillip Stelihins. Don Hrvcvna, James Dance, Kenneth Keitel, Richard Johnson, William Dries, John Lord, h ' ottrth roic: Jim Oswald, Robert Iverson, Donald Mosher, Tom Nord, John Dewane. Robert Mills, Jim Rvdzewski, Robert Janus, Christy Reehl. Mb First ronjjcft to right: A. Selig. J. Weiss, B. Cohen. R. Shapiro, H. Prince, D. Selley, J. Goldman. L. Doppelt. L. Parmacek. A. Rosenberg. S. Isler. D, Lew, Srcond n}n-: R. Siiran. K. Cooper, M. Greenberg. N. Finkel- man. J. Richman. A. Epstein. H. Isman. F. Glaser. E. Rifas. II. Bratt. N. KopalJ. Third row: F. Cohn. K. Reiner. E. Sapiro. A. Lever. W. Cheris. C. Fiihrman. (... Berke. V. Ferijer. H. Issler. C. Gitler. E. Rubin. -NE Sngerman. Fourth roic: K. Bern.-. J. Nalhenson. K. Ruliloff. E Brickman. R. Morris, R. Goodsitt. H. Kerns. R. Miller. H. Schachler. R. Davis. R. Goldslone. B. Levy, B. Bachmann. Fifth roiv: J. Rawitscher. B. Komniel. C. Coplin, S. Engel. M. Gitlitz. R. Levin. R. Weisner, R. Heilprin, L. Kupferberg, R. Riesel- bach, J. Glick, J. Oppenheira, R. Behr. PI LAMBDA PHI The men of Pi Lambda Phi thi- ear maintained their liigh scholastic averages, and also found time for several parties, a dinner danee in December, and a spring formal. Members active on campus included Robert Levin, chairman of the Blood Drive, and Henry Kerns. IF committees. Officers were Henrv Kerns, president: Charles Coplin. vice-[)resident: ITowanl Schachter. secretary; and Richard Morris, treasurer. Get-togelher at the Pi Lam ho 311 PSI UPSILDIV I,ir.lfiiiii - | arl ni iIk- IM I psilon house. ' I ' lic Hall of l{h() has. in its 56 years of existence on the University of Wisconsin campus, a |iiircil a certain arnoinil of tradition. Not the least of these traditions is " having a good ear. " This year was no exception. «illi iieer parties, exchange dimicrs. and Christmas and spring formals. iiullicr tradition carried on was active participation l) members in man campus events. Officers were Robert Nelson, president; Lee Tolley and Ton Stebbins. vice-presidents; Ray Hunder, secretary; and John Tomlinson, treasurer. First rmv. left to righl: J. Kopppcr. 1). Moore. (1. Weston, R. Hiintler. R. Dovoii, J. Van Weganan. L. Bouifard. .S,,,„„ rmv: S. DeMerrel. R. DeMerrel. J. Zeitler. B. Stebbens, D. Monson, H. Monson. R. Nelson, L. ' rolle . T. loran, J. Ramaker. ' I ' hinl roiv: K. Spelman, J. Burlingame. S. Manchester, J. I.vke. J. Williams, (;. Warren. H. Williamson. B. Blue. J. Ward. C. Stensbv, C. Adams, T. Walker. Fnurth row: J. Peters. S. Miller, A. Haswell. R. Monson, J. Chadboum, J. Tomlinson, P. Stebbins, W. Walker, F. Trowbridge, ,1. Moss. R. Van Home. ■(■■■Pi m IHHII !!■ •1 ■ ip. if 1 ' ' k tX£ m " W , - • ■ ' ' L.vJ l H H A BHi r .: W j !P 1 318 First row. left to rinkl: ' ]u , !,(.Liin-. .I.iin,- 1, ■„•,-. ,l..M-[.h Hartz. Richard .Scli.-iirrMi.iiiii. Jani,- Ml.n-rlil. Frank Tyrrell. Rulianl llollerii. Ihiima- (.lark. Howard Koppa. Roberl kaziii.n hak. KoIktI lr- Laughliii. Bnli Little. Thomas Moll. James Golley. Frederick Bussey. Lamar Blankeiiship. Stanley Kemmeler. Robert Peldt. Second row: Ronald Kelly. Roberl Trayes. Richard McDonald. Jerry Cotter. Richard Ross. Clark Danforth. Thomas I ' rice. William Landschidtz. David inton. John Sanders. Rogelio Llerandi. Robert Vinton. I ' liilip Smile . Morris I ' liillip-. Thomas Kyle. James Hume. Third roic: William Scharringhansen. Ronald Rie e. Richard (!hudik. Rolicrt Bodeaii. Station Rice, James Hanson, Theodore Oppel, George W eisbecker. William Ninabuck. William Rutenberg. Theodore Gunkel, Paul Lamlschultz, John EUcMrd. James Lindsey. Richard Luther. William Sneider. Fourth row: Kenneth W ahl. William Weekes, Ronald Frieberg. John incent. Wayne Harless. Llewellyn Johnson. Thomas Drought. Jack ISowka, Dan Smith, Jack Thompson, Robert Gardiner. James Black, Peter Leach. Keith McKinley. W illiam Slauson, Harrv Groth, Norman W eitzel, Robert Koenig, Donald Johnson. SIGMA ALPHA EPSILD isronsin Alplia ' ha])ter of Sigma Alpha l psiloii juoikIIn relebratfd her golden anni- versary on the campus ol the L ni ersit of isconsin this fall as 23 new pledges raised the ranks of SAE to 84. Sig Alphs prominent on the eampiis incltided. in sports. Tom Proctor and Bill Riitenherg. football: Frank Tyrrell, fencing: Jim GollcN. gymnastics: Jim Hume, baseball: and Jack incent. tennis. Harry Groth and Ron Fieye were selected for membership in ii Sigma Nu and Phi Beta Kappa respecti ely. Other members yvere active in man campus groups and committees. SAE ' s social life hit an all time high sith a wide variety of events including four football listening parties, three formals. and the anntial sack party. Officers were Tom Price, president: Bob Vinton, vice-president: Dick Chiidik. treasurer; and Jitii (iolley. secretary. The SAE " s catch up on news. 319 SIGMA CHI ik ■nK. .T. ,lia|.|.r adviser The iiicti of Sitrina Clii. rarrying out the ])riiici[ le that true strength lies in a well-rounded and s innielrieal development of individual character, are active campus eontril)ul »rs. Nolalile among these are Roger Axtell, president of llaresfoot; Charles Biederman. (iresident of Cardinal Hoard: illiam Devine. justice on Student Court: Kohert Popper, Joh Oppor- lunilies Conference chairman: and John Langer and Phil Smith. Senior Council. Active in athletics are Carl Ilerried. Dick. (Jahlc. Jack Manning. Ken Mnierson. ' ron Stracka. Chuck Seifert. and Owen Roberts, haskethall: and Bob Bruce, golf team. Aside from regular parties and exchange dinners highlights of the social season arc the Sweetheart Formal, at which the Sweetheart of Sigma Chi is chosen; the Christmas part for the children at the T.B. Hospital; and the Miami Triad, the spring formal with Beta Theta Pi and Phi Delta Thela. Officers were Dick Jameson, president: (Jharles Biederman, ice-president; Dick l{o« land, secretar : and ( !asc Andringa. treasurer. First row, left to right: R. Royce, D. McLeish, F. Woodworlh, T. Wilcock, R. C;auinnilz. R. llilarov. I . Nelson, H. Hanish, R. Razner. Second row: H. Mahler, W. Helfrich, R. Bruce, J. Eckelaerl, C. An(lriiif;a. C. Biederman, R. Jameson, R. Rowland, G. Pommerening, A. Tolocko, K. Emerson, J. Sodolski, F. Drey. Third row: A. Stracka, J. James, W. Divine, K. Cormaek, R. Raid, R. Frise, R. Dummer, D. Smedal, ft. Walker, D. Wagenknecht, R. Richards, J. Langer, J. Manning, R. Macke, R. Maze. Fourth row: P. Smith, J. Eddy, R. Meng. J. Peterson, D. Peterson, T. Koch. J. Healy. D. P hnian, J. I.ente, E. Comiskey, J. Been. P. Soder, R. Popper. Fifth row: B. Thompson, 11. James. R. Theil. J. Burriil. E. Schlosser, O. Roherts, C. Siefert. F. Ilildel.rand. C. Crawford, C. Anderson. R. Cable. J. Manning. 320 first r„i,. l(jl l„ rifilil: H. Kiic|.iiig, L. Aiisl, M. Rcillv. I ' . Kadlim.l, T. I ' viiaii. K. Eiscle, K. (iiiifsrass. Si ' timil ri.ic: P. llotTniaii. ( ' ,. ll..l,l,rliv. A. klil .kip. J. Erkksoii. I{. .Iii kem, G. Inninger. K. l(.rf;aii. J. Moffat. B. Kkhar.l. Thinl n,ir: W . llershherger, (;. Amlerson, II. lliiiriclis, D. Fosshage, 1). Oualv. J. tanlhev. K. Sleel, C. Hea.ly. R. I -I ll. 1. Lane, R. Nonlhy. Foiirlli n.n: T. Stephenson, R. Meatli, ' E. Frederick, R. Parkinson, R. Castlelierj;, J. Gessert, T. Hanson, L). larcussen. SIGMA ]VU I ' his ear Gamma l ainbda cliaptt ' r oi ' Sigma ii chaiigf-d its iiiitialioii program Crom " Hell Week " to " Help Week. " Sigma Nu Ork Day was observed by all members who devoted one morning to the perlorinaiiee of some worthy eoniiininity service project. Sigma Nu ideals of warm friendship are extended to all ineinbers bv a raccoon named Cedric, our official mascot. Following his example of character and social development. many men were active in campus affairs, including Kiigene Irminger. president of the Resi- deiil House Counselors Association: Bob Nor(lb and Bob Gingrass, football: Bob Morgan. Terry Tynan, and Boh Meatb, boxing: Bayard Kichard. swimming: and I ' arl Frederick, gymnastics. Officers were Robert ( ' ,. Jukem. commander: Vance ( ). Diuibar. lieutenant commander; David A. Qualv. recorder: Jerold K. Frickson, treastirer-steward: Man G. Klitzkie. chaplain; and David R. Fosshage, reporter. In the Sifj:nia ii li in(; room. 321 SIGMA PHI Si :iiia riii " saiicl llirir ilalcs at llii- (i.liirfiil |iajaiiui [larly. Sigma l ' lii " s wcll-ltalanri ' il |)roi;tam of scholarsliii). a(ti ilics, social r fills, and ;inup living made the iscousiii eliapter one of the top fraternities on campus again this ear. Ranking again in tlie top ten of fraternity scholarship ratings, and witli an ainliitious social program of two formals. the Persian Kitty part), and numerous oilier llicinc ami informal parties. Sigs ranked tops in these departments. In activities, Sigma Phi has perliaps the highest ratio of any fraternity of its men active in campus positions. Its membership includes the treasurer of the IF council, members of the football, boxing, crew, cross country, track, and skiing teams, members of Phi Eta Sigma. Phi Beta Kappa. Tail Beta Pi. the Daily Cardinal sports staff, the deflating leaiii: the business manager and editor of the IF News, the business manager and editor of llie Badger, and the president of Mace. Officers were John Baiimann and Tom Towell. presidents: Towell and Bill Miller, vice- presitlents; Harold Leiand and Don Fink, secretaries; and Mike Torphy and Leland, house- fellows. F ' r.s niti: left lu ri ht: IJiik Kieslin;;. Bart McDougal, RoUie Sniilh. Ron Fiedler, Erick Laine, Jack Harned. Serimd row: Al Gav, Bill Miller, Tom Towell. John Baumann. Harold Iceland. Bill Roiiman. Sam Reynolds. Third roiv: Earl Carrier, Jim Davis, Geor;;e Iiiriihy. Dave l.oi-Hli ' r. jerry Tink. Dave Caswell, Lowell Kroker, Jack McCrory, Ned Knrlz. Fourth niir: Boh I ' ope. I.ary Kllioll. Don Kink. Dave Fellows. Roger Sackell. Jon Dalton. Forrtiroitnil: l hoehe. 322 , s ,.„.. . ,,,,(g i(: V. ThoMiark. C. Hniri.ll. J. (;ranl, T. Sholls. J. l,aniii,-r. iii N, ., , ..» I I „ll, r. I ' . IIuIm r. I). 1 ..l,ir. H. Mahan. A. K kf. W . Urows, K. Aspi.nvall. TliinI nm: I ' l. In. IJlmii. (. I iiiik. P. ' I ' oiisi nanl. W. Mack, P. Brandt, G. Isclie. Fimrth rmr: K. Carlovsky, J lliiiiieiiilaol, I,. iMaiii;!, E. Doepke, K. Olio, M. Brandt, J. Laneville. TAU KAPPA EPSILDIV In 1947 Wisconsin ' s Lamlxia cha[)ter of Tan Kappa Ep! il( ii was reactivated with the purpose of training men who will he leaders in the diflicnlt times which we face. Honsepainting and the drive sponsored hy doing this construction kept TKE biis this year. Other glimpses at their busy schedide reveal the annual Shipwreck [)artv and the spring formal. Members active in campus activities this year were Fred Huher. chief justice of the Su- preme Court: Robert Aspinwall, president of Beta Alpha Psi: and Al Meske, commodore of the Sailing Club. Officers were Harris Mahan, president: Robert Thomack, vice-prcsiilent; Daniel Faber, secretary: Robert Aspinwall. treasurer; James Fuller, historian: Claude Brandt, chaplain: Al Meske, pledge trainer: and illiam Drews, sergeant-at-arms. I ire brew al llie Teke house. 323 THETA CHI l)o»,. Ill ll.r llnla Clii |Mrt r.Hiiii Psi Clia|)liT ( r Tliclii (ilii il tc|iti ' .- rilc(l in cjiiniiiis ;i(li ilics lliis c;ir li .i ri;i|)[i. i ' rom chairiiiaii: IJoli Howcn. cliairmaii ( l( ' .ani|)a: l v I,( ' (;o(|mc anil ' ,i rfa|)|). I larcsloot: and l{i)n Pavlik. Iiaski ' ll)all. I ' lic men il iIk ' cliaiihr liail a nis social season willi iIk ' atnnial ( Ihrislina forinal. sprini, ' Dieatn (Jirl lurnial. 1 1 iiinon)l() . ' . Campus (Jaini al. and a (ihiislinas part lor nccdv • liildn-n. ( Xlircrs «crc Holint Houcn. | ri- idi-nl: Holicrl l,a inc. irr-prfsidrnl: l)a id l5lowtic . sccrrlar : and William aclis. Ircasnicr. I ' irsl n,„; Irfl t„ right: W. Kuss.-ll. J. I)iih -v. K. Trapp, B. Lcvine, B. Bowcii. I). Blowncv. B. Wa.hs, N. Krmpf, (;. Kickells. Svcmd rmr: I). Tli.-il, I ' . ii{:K-l)e k. I). Opring. I). I ' ircliammcr. J. Slcjihani, K. Fiiller- loii, B. Brandl, C. M.-issm-r. J. Il klrr. I). I ' avlick. Third nn,-. I). I ' omasl. .1. l,.-maii. ,yk. B. Engersether, Joliii kraiiss, I ' . BaiiMiarin. K. Hnkkr. K. Rarg. 1. Jolnisoii. B. Il„ll .,-. I ' . Saiid:.. D.Oliver, B. Turner. rmirlh r,m. M. Sillx-r. . kiiiill. li. U.ainan. (;. Ja.ks.iri, B. Ilarliiiig. I ' . Doiialii.r. R. Sachse, B. Conger, K. I, ' (;i..(iie. I). Demilros. I,. llrc , P. I ' ie.lcmann, S. Collins. A. Ilimiriclis. I ' ijth rim-: J. McKenna, C. Ingvverson, IJ. Sanwick, J. Krisrii, li. Chapman, R. Scliuchardl, J. Rauliacker. B. Slillson, B. Schmilt, B. Ilarlung. B. Breilenbach, D. Pohl. Sixth row: B. Nicholson. J. Rciil. B. Scliroeder. A. Sachse, B. Stringer. :vi s j Cv, w -» . -. ., , _ - - ,lr. 1). r ull. W. lii.ia. 1. .|..l.u-..n. W l;. _ ;, . W. IdM.T. J. Wdrr.ri. K. ' l.-i. I . Hjll. v,,,,,,,, r..„: K. K..drk. J. Brki.h. . I mlaii.l. I. » .iim-ii%. i SoU ni n:i n. Jr.. G. Liica i. J. Jahnke. R. M«-a U. J. Bramleiilmrs. J. Domivan. K. Uill. i ' .. Rudeliu--. Third run: Vk . SeilK.I.I. P. Betrs. C. Thiir. C. J..hns,.n. R. Rallike. A. Birkoland. I), kio-eff. (;. ArUm im. D. Thomas. I). Hollister. R. ' . « k. D. Weslrinf:. D. Stisnani. L. Ziir. J. tiallasher. t ' a:inh rvif: W. SulhcrUnd. J. Dyer. J. Bailey. J. Vk aller. R. TaM-hnrr. J. Nellerbla.l. I- I.ii«|.I..v». F. Sthniilt. II. G. Weavers, N. Coa»igny. R. Marquanll. 1). V» . J. chullz. J. Cli le. K. Barlhenlirier. J. Htia luml. Jr. THETA DLLTA CHI Theta Delta (llii -ontiniifcl ti) inaiiitaiii a »fll-r ninile l frat» ' riiit which coinhincs srh« hjr- ship with H-ial a -ti itie and fellow ship. Members were prominent in almost all campus athletics. These incliicied Bill Riicleliiis. tennis: Dt n Voss, f«M tl all: Louis Zur. track: Gene Sehniitt. basketball: Phil Sch H ' nberk. p {: .lack lloaglund. swininiin«r: anil .lohn Jahnke and .lim Sehultz. liaseball. Social activities for the ear inchiileil listening parties, exchange dinners, fornials. and informal parties highlighted by the annual Magna Parta party. Ofiicers were John Jahnke. president: Gordon l.ucas, vice-president: Bill SieboM. secre- tarv: and Bill Rudelius and Bob ost. co-treasurers. l..«.kiug o -r lr |»lii -s al Tlii-lj Delia " .lii. :V2F, TRIAHGLE I ' ll.- sli.l,- nil.- |M-rvu,les ovciy rriaiifilo Pa iiifr a call l 438 jN. Frances Street, you will lind a dwelling in which ihc walls are pa- pered with logarithm graph paper, wherein sHde rules replace tooth brushes as standard equipment, calculus is the diety, and law students are regarded as the last remains of a decadent civilization. It is the home of " Oscar, " the iron man, arch enemy of shysters and defender of the engineers. Triangle, a fraternity of engineers and architects, was founded at the University of Illinois in 1907. The Wisconsin (Ihapter made its first appearance on the campus in the S[)riiig of 1913. Triangle members are active in engineering societies. Student Hoard, Wisconsin Engineer staff. University YMCA, and honorary fraternities. Social activities included informal house parties, rushing smokers, and exchange dinners. The highlights of the season were the Christmas se mi-formal and the spring formal. Officers were Richard J. Davies. president: LeRoy B. Shaw, vice-president: .fames C. Chapel, secretary; and Frederick N. Gruner, treasurer. Kenneth O. King is housefellow. First roir. left lo right: T. Kontos, L. Hafeman, J. Collins, 11. Eggert, C. Reider, J. llreii. Srriiiul niir: R. Haywanl, W. McLane, C. Rands, R. Davies, L. Shaw, J. Cherwinka, R. Brener. Thin! row: N. Johnson, J. Chapel. F. Grnner, R. Griesbach, R. Knolinski, K. King, E. Stasney, V,. Beotleher, R. Weigand. R. Somnierfelil. D. Sievert, L. Ernsl. hirst n,u: tijl to rifilit: 1). Blatliier. I), keilli. 1.. Ilamillon. I.. W oil. I). .|ol,, k . 1. SiTiilh. . Lipscliiilz, S. Alpir. S. S«epl. Scimd r,m: . SiliHarlz. 1). Milan. R. Kailn.i. l. l.iMiir. H. DmI.iii. I). Diibiii, B. Braiin. Mr .. (;. W . kaysen, J. Slono, L. Kric lman. J. Kiiniiu-I. J. ( )liff. Tliinl r.m . 1). Milan. T. Herz, (;. KlnrlVlil. !,. Dresser. J. ' Sliorr. D. Weiner. L. Mil.hell. A. Barlli. T. Spun, W . Meyers, F. Burshslein, B. l lniil, H. Kiilinil . L. Freizer, ,1. Lee, B. Koerner. Fourth row: S. Minlz, J. Nera l. K. K.ari . D. Cuttman, K. Keilin, R. Bloom. J. Lew, M. Uolnian, S. Rosin, 8. Rollienl.erf;. W. Weil, S. Miller, B. Rodell. A. Wax, W. Riiilnick, A. Slomann, Ft. Blank. ZETA BETA TAL " Should old acqiiaiiitance — " this tune ran he heartl JVom the ehajiter house at 625 N. Henr Street when old and new members ol ' ZBT join together to tie more lirmlv the bonils of fellowship. The ZBT ' s are kept busy during the year with many soeial events which this year in- cluded Christmas and spring formals, a hopscotch tournament with the Thetas. an exchange week-end with the Phi Delts. Humorology with the Gamma Phi ' s, and Senior Banquet. Members prominent in campus activities were James Shorr, general chairman of Greek Vt eek and Badger sales manager; Allan Schwartz, chairman of Entertainment Guild; Dave Weiner, vice-president of Haresfoot; Albert Hanna, a member of the Fraternity Buyer ' s Co-op Board of Governors; Bennett Glotzer, IF Public Relations Council; and Leon Hamil- ton, University Debate Team member. Officers were William Braum. president; .loseph Stone, vice-president; .lay Oliff. treasurer; Robert Rellen, secretarj and Sheldon Sweet, historian. The housemother is Mrs. Grace Kaysen. By Ihe liresi.le at Z B T. 327 PHI KAPPA SIGMA h..i l lo riii K;i| |ia Sigma. l| lia Tlirla rlia| liT ( I ' lii Ka| |ia Sigma liighligliletl the year with many sorial events, iii(hi(hiig lislciiiiig | ailits. ihc atituial Western rostiime party, the Skull Dance, and Christ- mas and sj)ring I ' ormals. The X i scon sin cha|)lcr «as lionorcd this year when il rccciscd the national Phi Kai)pa Sigma " Vrlliiir Marks Jens " award for scholastic im|iro eincni. Noteworthy among Phi Kaps active in campus activities was Ralph Pierce. ])rcsidcnt ol llic Finani-e Societ and chairman of Commerce Turnout. Officers were Jim Grimstad. president: Don lloulherg, vice-president; Vk alter Scharnagl, secretary ; and Doug Kramer, steward. I irst nm. left In ri :l,l: Wall Schamaf;!. Kalpli I ' i.-rc. ' . Dav.- Iarlrll. ( lliarl.-- Hunli. Srr,„i,l ,„„: Don lloiil- U-T ' . Jim (irimsla.l. Kollaiid Jc.luis.m. Kiigi-ni- Dcrllcr. William IVrms. Douglas kram.r. Tltinl nm: Norm Decker. Marc Momsen. Don IVllerin. Don Murray. Kufe Kunzlicimer. William Sleadman. William Kalir. Fourth roiv: Lowell Larson. Don (Jraser. I ' lli-r Momsen. Al (lasario. .328 hirst niir. left In ii}iht: CdiiiI- u-v S(li«ci-| . K.Mi Ban.Mk. r.l;.v..rek. I,rs klrlM-sa.!.-!. Kalpli Mfi.T, Cv K.lsl. Wull Wr.llii. Ken Baihman. Klnn Trniliv. Second nur: Dirk .Mii.-. I av. ' ( ' .rai :. Kit Kiii- iiuiicn. H..I, l.rkrk Klin.-r 1ailli. N,,rmaii ( )|-.on. Hinl kciu-liik. Xnliii l.- ancl.-r. ThinI roir: Don SrluNarz. Dale Dnnlin-v. Kiiss.-ll Jun;;. Jimknaak. I,(nvellll .ll .«a . Gerald June. Kiigene Kup- now. Fourlli run: Howard Hasselkiis. Tom Clay. Ro- man Romanowski. Ed Has- selkus. Kenyon Giese, Her- bert Sehmill. DELTA THETA SIGMA I ' loniiticnt members of D.T.S. this year included Les klebesadel. Ag-Honie Kc Stiidenl Coiinril president: Karl Ohm and Diek Venne. associate editors of the Country Magazine; Jim Smrz. Little International chairman: Cy Kust. Alpha Zela president; Harold Brikowski, A.S. A.E. president: and kenyon Giese. state president of the F.F.A. Ernest Briskey received the Iron Cross, and Dave eichart, the Alpha Zeta national scholarship. Social events included a homecoming party and dinner for alunmi. a novelty party honor- ing Pogo. and the Christmas and spring formals. Officers were Ralph Meier, president: Les Klehesadel. vice-president: Cy Kust, secretary; .lim Snuz. treasurer: Marshall Finner. steward: and K »man Romanowski. historian. Waller Wc.lin is the houscfellou. PHI SIGMA KAPPA First roir. Iff I tti riglit: Costa Perchem. Charles Coleman. John Shaba .. Sniiinl roiv: Norman Boel.el. Rirl.ard WMI.nrlh. Leo Freidel. liar- old Davidson. Rirhard Rosl. riiini rim: R, d Helms. Ir Jahns. Henrv Ahrens. Rolierl Blark. P icDe(;raaf, Rieh- aril I.eBarron, Ken Opjien- orlli. Fimrth rinv: Jerome l ol- laek. William W einerl. Rich- ard Brahm. John Rvall. Sam Soffa, David iimiel. Jay Winter. Zeta Deuteron. one of 6.5 national chapters of Phi Sigma Ka|)j)a. was reactivated on Wisconsin ' s cam[)us in P).SO. The annual Foimdcr ' s Da liaiKpict. a semester Dixieland part), the costinne " Hay- shaker ' s Ball, ' " and a s|)ring formal were important Phi Sig events this year. Officers were Robert . Black, president: Sam .1. Soffa, vice-president: Kenneth Opgen- orth. treasurer: and llcnr Ahrens. secretarv. FRATtRIVITV HIIVERS CDDPERATIVE ASSDCIATIDIV .a.ia Mplia Clij Kli » Alpha ( lii Sij;iiia Alpha l)i-lla Phi Alpha Kpsilon I i Alpha Gamma ]{ho Alpha Sifima Phi Aiplia Tail Omega Anderson House Bela Theta Pi Catholic ivjl Co-oj) Chi I ' hi Chi Psi Delta Kappa Kpsilon Delta Sigma Pi Delta Tail Delta Delta Theta Siema Delia li[)silon Delia Zela I ' tcnch Mouse liilernalional House Kappa Sigma Kappa iMa Ka[ipa Lambda Chi Alpha Lincoln Lodge Phi Chi Phi Delta Theta Phi Kpsilon Pi Phi Gamma Delta Phi Kappa Phi Kappa Sigma Phi Sigma Delta Phi Sigma Kappa Pi Kappa Alpha Pi Lamlxla Phi Psi L psilon Si. Kran ' is Mouse St. Paul ' s Chapel Sigma M]tha Kpsilon Sigma Chi Sigma ii Sigma Phi Tahard Inn Tau Kappa I ' .psilon Theta Chi Thela Delta Chi Three Squares Club Triangle Wayland Kating Co-o|) Vi eslev Koundalion Zeta Beta Tau The FraternilN |{iners Cooperati e formed in l )32 hy the actives and alumni of several fraternities has grown in 1953 to be one of the largest undertakings of its kind on an) campus. Providing goods and services in better quality and at lower prices, the Cooperative now serves fifty-one 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 llnion. Membership in the Fraternit) Buyers is open to all University of Wisconsin non-pro(it oreanizalions. IVDRRIS HALL Norris Hall occupies a building (irst used as a girls ' dorm, taken over by a fraternity during the war. and later re-named Norris Hall and re-converted to a girls ' dorm. In addition to holding o[)en houses after football games, we had several house parties, at one of which we ieatiired s|)eakeasies and flappers. Officers were Bonita Stein, jiresident: Mary Bonn, vice-j resident: Klaine Schwartz, secre- tary; Sandra Siegel, treasurer: Byrna Stone, social committee chairman, and Jan JNagel, judicial commit lee chairman. Mrs. George Wood is the housemolher. First niii: left In ri hl: E. Tar- now. B. Melzker, I. Spiegel, K. (;raii.)f. K. Weiiislein, N. (;..!, lin. ,1. Nagel. C. Cohen. Sr,;iii(l run: M. Bonn. N. l,,«is. B. Slone. V. Engel, C. Zax. Mrs. Wood, B. Stein. J. Katz. S. Sehmaihausen, E. Browarskv, M. ( ' hudnof. Thinl n,„ ' : E. Volk. .1. Aron, II. Il.r.lifeld, B. (ireen, E. Siliwarl . (;. Perrhonok, M. I.(nin-k%. ,1. Babrow. N. (;ia cr. I. Magalena, J. Wol- ihrr. I " ' . Dt ' lhcrni. Fnitrth riiw: S. Si.-f;.-l. ,1. lin kv. C. Jaffe, I. Kunik. B. ( )i; Tfrl,l. B. Krirl.er. C. Podzarsk . S. Ilimmel, S. Bacliman, M. Ilirsili. T. Cohen. T. San- ders. % . ' z3nJejtenJenis f H (., . w Yk " Ski. t ' ,: W N IIOUSF, COUNCIL First nil,. Irftt.i rifiht: Mrs. Kosan. NnrriKi Kill;;. Mcll Milchcll. lai% ll..|,kiiis. NaiicN W.r- n,Mk -. Srciiul nm: I ' al Nrl- smi. iin andiTwall. i ' al kr.lis. ,|(mI.-II.- S.liiiii.llmaii. AIVIV EMERY HALL A lU ' w t [H ' il scH-iroNcrririiciil iiniNcil siicrcsslnl (or llif irls ol iiii I ' .iiiit tliis ear. Among tlif (■% flits wliich iiiadf llic Icriii a incin )ial)l( ' one were a tea gixen for Mrs. Kozan. the new lioiiseiiiotlier. a ilate sii|i|) ' r. an ojmmi liouse after each game, and participation in Wiskits. Sharing some of ihi-ir own Cliristmas spirit, a group ol girls uorkeil al an ( )l(i People ' s Home, while another group traveled to the Veteran ' s Hospital lo p!a rards with the pa- tients. Officers for this car were Hell Milchcll. president: Pat Krebs, vice-president; Norma King, secretarx : Ann andcrwall. treasurer: I ' al Nelson, judicial chairman: Mary Hopkins, chairman of senior sisters: and jodelle Schiniiilmaii. piihlic rclalions chairman. Mrs. Milton Rozan is the housemother. co.MMrrrp:E mi; ibkks — First roll; left to right: Dor- othy Seyberlh. Ellyn Mr- Cord, Sue Lawrence, Joilelle Schmidtman. Maiirine Wat- son. Seninti riiw: Tasliia Frankfiirlli. kris Rosan, Mar- ilyn Kierh. Jean Wheeler. Dora Schindler. Mary (iar- slang. Third niiv: Marilyn Jensen, Lynn McLaughlin. Carolyn Soderstrom. Martha Judy Norisr Brooks. Fourth row: Judy Sch alter, Agnes Mandt. Barbara Krumm, Barbara Taylor, Bobbie Lou Brink. 332 First run. Irjt tu rijiht: Shirley lliulson. Delores Bromberr;. R seinar Du iii-ki. Il.l.ii (ia.lf. Jean K.h.-rl. Pat Cunningham, Nancy Runkel, Roherta Hornig. Seamd ron: Juan I ' tpperniau, Jovce Hulbert, Mro. Henilrick. Joyce Savage, Marila Auffant, Grelchen Holslein. Third rnii: Nina krause. Barbara Bauman. Barbara Mitchka. Geraldine Mitby, Jo Sherman. Nanc Ashman. Bellv Jolinson. Lois Morrell. Futirth row: Mar Jane Leach, Ehzabeth ier. Nancv Squier, Jean )uisenberrv. Beatrice kraiise. Lois Garvagha. Betsv zahi: ■ p . CDCHRAIVE HOUSE The tliirt girls at Cochrane House come from many states and varied backgrounds. With the help of Mrs. Paul llendrick. housemother, they combined their talent, cooperation, and spirit to make this year one of the best. Traditions such as ednesday night candlelight dinners, meeting in rooms after dates, " quiet hours, " house meetings, bridge games, and after-dinner singing were mixed with studies. Activities were not confined tostudies alone. Girls participated in Dolphins, the Cardinal, the Badger, L nion committees, religious groups, choirs. University Chorus, Hoofers, WSGA, AA, Euthenics, and honor sororities. Officers were Jeanne Gebert, president: Helen Gade, social chairman: Pat Simningham, treasurer: Gretchen Holstein, judicial chairman; Jane Kerr, intramural chairman: and Geraldiiic litli . ISA representative. A slmlv lireak at Cochrane. 333 GROVES CD-DP Ardiiiiil lilt ' (i • {ijaiui. (irovefi Co-()|i lias been in ojicratioii for nine years as the only cooperative liouse on Cam- pus. There are twentv-nine girls living in the house who do most of the maintenanre work and manage all the business carried on by the house. This vear the girls held a very successful o[)en-house. Groves girls active in campus activities were Dolores Friedland. .Joint Council for Human Rights, jVAACP: Barbara Mayer, Wisconsin Players; and Toby Rosenberg, International Club and Cardinal. Officers were Georgia Wright, president; Charlene Widener, vice-president; Marion Johanski. treasurer: Vera Goldsmith, educatio n chairman: Cynthia Jackson, work chairman: and Dolores Friedland, judicial chairman. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Witt are the houseparents. First row, left U) right: Brila Brown, Margarelta Bol o. Doris Jackson. Barbara Kiley. Eileen (Jronik. S -r ind row: Cynlhia Jackson, Charlene Widener. lr. lioherl Will. Mrs. Koherl Will, liiilli Harris. Tliinl raw: Carol Fox, Ruth Friedlander, Vera Sak«a. Helen Joelink. Slephanie I ' osher. Delores IVieillan.l. (;e..rt;ia Wright, Marion Johanski, Alice Johnson. 334 t inU run. Ifjt In ri iu: Mii-iia Bu- !i. Kila Lips n. Lily Lani-am. nne Ki 5eQber2. Jane Makler. lillev Cannel- Georgia BarcUley. con( roic: Cora Rubin. Sue Zipperman. Sandra Center. !Mrs. Anne Miler. Marlis Kassowitz. Donna Rubin. Anne Tziritas. Third roir; NIarie Oswald. Frances Stiles. Edith Ensle. Sally Scholz. Man-ia Seligman. Donna Hendrix. Marilyn Kennett. Lorraine Zastrow. Carolvn Parker. Carol Eisner. Jane Ten Eyck. Fuurth roiv: Jeanne Holle. Helene Johnston. Patricia Engle. Rosemar v McMahon, Man Bam ' . Gi§ela Sanders. LA GDD IA DR A homey atmosphere dominateii Langdon Manor this year and welcomed girls from as far as Rhode Island and Florida in addition to Wisconsin girls. Social events during the year included open houses, coffee hours after football games, exchange dinners, a " twins " partv at Nob Hill Ranch, and informal parties. Girls from Langdon Manor were active in Dolphins. Orchesis. Women ' s Chorus. Forensic Lnion. the Cardinal and student rehgious centers, while others worked on Union com- mittees and the International Club Board. Officers were MarUs Kasso -itz. president: Donna Rubin, vice-president: Sue Zipperman. secretary: Georgia Bardsley. treasurer: and Sandra Gender and Carol Eisner, co-social chairmen. The housemother is Mrs. Anne Miler. Lan«:doa Manor in ninler setting. 335 lii-l ,„.. . ( („ rinlil: . SrIi.Ml . M. l l)(mrll. I ' . Uollichild. S. lippcll. 1. I i.llcr. I,. W I. .1. K.mr. .1 . Dc-rln .T. Sr,„i„l n,„: 1. S.all..,,. II. Hi.fi.m ki. l. I,.ar . l. I ' iiiclianl. C. S(;in- Hcl. (;. S lil.irf;.T 1. Sli.a. Mrs. Cnmiwrll. l. l ' ,llsl ,ii. H. Miirllrr. 1.(;riil,. I ' . IVl- l,r ..„.V7,„- ,„;,.- I).(;.illi.c,ii. l. l.irMl.l.liM. 1. Srii.dl.r. . K.. k.i. s.(:ii|iiiaiii.j.(;iii. It. liiipiicnllial. .1. Olson. .1 . I.accv. S. I, »is. M. Coril.-s. hniilli ni,i: H. karliii. mi- i.lrlllilinl. M. Kilrliir. K. Ol- son. C. loliiison. I ' , kral. S. Sliiii. K. I.i-lil.-r. I ' , lai.i- uarin;;. .OI,car . l. kr.l- sihitiir. 15. licckir. (.. kanl. .1. I ' .l.rson. hiftli rn„: B. DaNis. k. Killers. . Hall. I,. (;rMlil.-, N. Anderson. . .■iilierlz, L. Karcher, L. Burke, J. Fischer, D. Fores I, A. Ritchie, L. Brussock, D. Paetseh, E. Aderholl. LAIVGDDIV HALL Willi llicir new house mother. Mrs. Cclisto ( ' rumutll. llic i;irls IVoiti Larijiddri Mall imi- Icn ' d into tin- 1952-53 school yar with iiiiirli e ' lUhiisiasm. I ' heir iiiaiiv activities such as fall ojn ' ri houses ami codee hours, a Halloween partx. the Spring formal and hantjuet. arid (lie TouriiaincTil ol Souj; kepi iheni husy and nnieli a [)art of the social whirl. Officers were G. Schlaeger. president: (larol .Slan ' el. treasurer; Mar Auti Finiiiard and Mary Lou Ellston, social chairmen: Marge McDowell, judicial cliairrnan: and ,lan Harvey and Mary Shay, assistant hostesses. First nm; left to right: R. Keyef, V. Harb, A. Kuhniig. N. Himmelfarb, J. Brings, .1. Schneider, P. Solum. Si ' iniid row: V. Watson, A. Biro. 1). Vruel, P. Speas, C. Drives, J. Wiswell, P. Blazer, E. Gil- more, N. Howard, G. Mar- vin, J. Troch, A. Nordmark. Third row: S. Ornst, P. Sim- mons, G. Chamberlain. B. Randell. J. Semradak. P. Stowell, M. Eldeed, M. A-an. W. Hicks, M. Krets.limer. M. J. Lewis, N. Gillirk. Fourth roiv: E. Mulanev. ,1. Harvey, C. Griffith, E. Grif- fith, R. Wallers, A. Ritchie. D. Forest, M. Fentress, S. Chessen. 336 First roiv.lcft Id litiln: S. lloMuril. L. 1aver. l. lagnes. L. Kutslein, K. Slalsiui. 1. W alleiistein, J. Cohen. SVronrf roil • K. Saiiui -I . .1. Sti-iiilifr :. I. ' Iarkcll. C. C.i.liii. Mrs. J. Halperin. 1 " . Kalli-nian, N. Kaufmann, E. Lewis. D. Salem. .). (; )l(llH ' i-f;. Tluril nnv: R. Iallin. J. Gordon, G. Re en, J. Bal.iii. N. Cohen. S. Lehow. D. Kaplan, 1. llan llox sk . J. Nemsehoff. S. Bernstein, D. Cardon, E. Lewis, H. Herman, L. Brooks. Fourth niir: S. Giniple. I). Liifl " , B. (Jeorje. E. Broilnax, G. Cohen, G. EhrUch, A. Metch, L. GoUlmann, R. Alberts, B. Zilberbrand. D. Cohn, P. Rubin, G. Rakita, M. Arbetter, L. Kaplan. TOWER VIEW The girls of ' Power View mixed social fun and service projects with scholarship for a ear that lhe all «ill rciiiciiiher. They enjoyed the after-game open hon.ses throtighont the fall, planning and htiilding their Homecoming display, the novel parties, the work that went into iskils (rewarded h the third place trophy), and service projects that made them all feel a pari of llic university community. Honorary and professional fraternities represented in tiie house were Theta Sigma Phi, Sigma Kappa Phi. Rho Chi. and kappa Epsilon. The house officers were Carolvn Cohn, president: Feme Katleman. vice-president and treasurer: Erma Lewis. secretar : atid .lud SteinlicrK- social chairman. Officers are, first rou; left to right: E. Lewis, L Markell. N. Kaufmann. Secotifl roiv: J. Steinher " :. C. Cohn, F. Katleman. 331 VICTORIA HOUSE The girls of Victoria Mouse lia e heen kept busy this year with their extra actiyities. The whirl of social actixities began with the " Victoria Play House ' " house party featuring a . C. Fields silent film :inil |)lcnl of cider anrj |M)| c )rn. In (i cinhi-r. Victoria House won its way into the finals of iskits. A spring formal |irece(lcd , dinner at ol Hill, put the finishing touches to a er successful season. Prominent mendiers on cani|Mis were Betty Swidler. arrangements chairman of Wiskits; Lois Small, l ' )52 Mil Hall court of honor: Sue Frohlich. Student hoard: and Irene Elkin and Esther Cornfield, freshman honors. Officers were Joan Weiser, president: Phyllis luigel. vice-president: and Joan McGucken, treasurer. Mrs. Helen Ka]ipcl is ihc housemother. First ruu left lu right: V. Clirplov ilz. 1 ' . kaiser. K. Shapiro. 1 . Salil. J. I ' loiis. I,. I- ' recnian. G. Holfander, J. Stern, J. Wexler, D. Davis. J. Rogoff. Scnm,! row: E. Ricliei.s,,lil. (;. Kiiliiii. 1{. kailiii. F. Lassen, J. Weiser, S. Frohlich. P. Engel, E. Cornfield. L. Schneider. J. Pasch. I. Klkiri. I ' liird raw: H. Swidler, L. Feifen- baum, B. Lipman, N. Schmiill. D. I.otwin. J. MctJucken, P. Halpern. N. Leopold. I ' , klein, C. Dranson, N. Lapin, R. Goldberg. R. Herman. C Wick. Fourth row: . Devorkin. 1. Friedman, R. LipUm. A. Volk, L. Small, S. Kostel, J. Minkin, VL Klein. E. Borkin. B. Lubolsky, J. Gollfried. C. Rosenberg. Sib I Mm • ' irst TOM ' , p t to riglit: C. Wolf, M. Silbar, M. Sleinberg, M. Barnes, K. Saemaii, S. Blake. J. PichoUa, M. Rodehaver, B. Morse, T. Moss, A. Kahaker, R. Scliiilnian. Sfconil rim-. D. Kohl, R. Anstendig, J. Saklail, II. Edelsleiii. R. Cehred, F. Flinn, J. Chaykin, T. Tromnu-r. ,1. Kolhcir, J. Oxmaii. J. Feldman, H. Wiersma, J. (;..ldl,.r :. I ' . Wdloshin. Third nm-: R.Slase, J. l,o«,id).rg. I). Ilirk . I ' . Randall, J. Schwartz, C. Roelandl, Mrs. M.CaTiii. l. DwMr. S. Radliil, E. Peal, B. Kiiliin-I.iii. S. Simon. 1 ' . Green, T. Smith. Fourth row: D. Slone. B. Kuril ,. K. Ilansoii. 1. Kaufman, G. Wereh. H. Gellarius, G. Troy. J. Mechanic, J. Kohner, B. Kal .. S. opaik. K. Kusl. M. Dranier, F. _Mov, J. Greenfield. Fifth row. B. Eder, E. Kirchner, E. Schuster, L. I ' ick. .1. Sluahan. .1. Bitncr. A. Mamoulides. N. Gafke, J. Bell. E. Levy, S. Diamond. J. DuMont, R. Smith, G. Kenny. Sixth roir: J. lladley. L. Atkinson, M. Peterson, C. Freund, . . Resnick. H. Kast, P. McGarty. P. Wcioil. J. Straw-bridge, J. Charn. I. Schneider. R. Frindell. Si ' ienth row: S. Dunn. E. Burton, S. Stokes. H. Brenner. S. Marachowsky. P. Mendelsohn, F. Weiner, P. Albjerg, J. Hess, B. Steinecker, M. Abramson. VILLA MARIA Picture a circle of girls ftirioiisly knitting argyles arouiitl Christmastime and you have the picture at Villa Maria, the Spanish casa; as a special project we had decided to give the waiters socks for Christmas. We won third prize at Homecoming with " Tweety Bird " under the ahle direction of Phyllis Mendelsohn: had a dress} party in December with " Rose Champaign " decorations; and the annual formal in the spring. Other social activities in- clttded ihc antuial open house and the coffee hours after every football game. Villa girls are not restricted to house affairs. Eve Joan Peal was president of Phi Beta, and Claire Roelandt and Marcia Rodehayer were nunnbers of Phi Chi Theta. There were many members of Union committees in the house, .loan Creenlleld did Cardinal work and was a chairman for Cam[)us Chest. Officers were Claire Roelandt. president: Sara Radbil, vice-president: Eve Joan Peal, social chairman: Patricia Randall, secretary: and Jo Schwartz, treasurer. Mrs. Eleanor McCann is liotisetnother. and Margaret Dwyer is assistant housemother. 339 p I irst n.K. , ( „ rifihl: l)e ;.M,rllillinan, Karl doling. l)iK,n.kr;i.ii„r. IMulli|,l ' ich. inor. Dan .lirwlra. Marvin Kvillxr;;. Itonal.l Krdman. Carl H.T- hak.n. James Ton- ki,i. S,;,„„l ,„„■: .],„• Wa- .liNi.,, Charlrs K.iclkc. Tlieo- ■ I....- TIMmIs. Darald Drew. Iial|.li Herkr.uiii. Kclierl Bar- den. John K„ssnilller. Mian Sliacllinjl. Dnane M.M.re. Ver- n,,n WnllT. K.lwanl Keiehel, I ' rank l{r, wn. Ihinl row: Dale WnllT. (;iern. lever. arrenSel.arr.,il.J.,lni Bir.l- sail. John .eliren. Ilarlev I ' iene. Donald I ' eler.son. Johli .Sniiie. Bill Hendriekson. Ro- ller .Vmhrose, Robert Os- borne. BABCDCK HOUSE At 432 X. Lake Street is a groiqi of fellows living in a eoopeialive house for agriculture students. Babcock House. Among the social events of the ear the Chi-istnias and spring formal were most outstand- ing. Last spring Babcock House celebrated its 20th anniversary with many noted alums present. One of the members prominent on campus this year was Phil Lechenor, editor of the Country Magazine. Officers for this year were Carl Huber, president; James Tonkin, vice-president; Duane Kraenier, secretary -treasiuer; and W arren Scharratt, athletic chairman. The house steward is Dan Jindra. HAMPTDIV HOUSE This vear Hampton House won lirst prize among the independent dorms for their out- standing Homecoming decorations featuring a beautv treatment. Each semester the girls put on a successful open-house and house party. This year Hampton girls participated in manv campus activities such as Orchesis, Wis- consin Players, Universitv Chorus, and voile vball and bowling teams. Officers were Lorraine Daubchan, president; Barbara Bass, vice-president; Mimi Bern- stein, secretar ; and .ludilh Farayo. treasurer. The housemother is Mrs. Fritz. First row, left to right: D. Sedlet, M. Skorodiii, B. Fo- " elman, M. Kern. L. Ugerotz, . . Kassoff, B. Sehwade, C. Spitzer. Srmiid ruic: 11. Eigen, B. Rnllenberg. J. Farago, B. Ba .s. Mrs. Frilz. L. Doub- ehan. I. Bernslein. ( ' ,. (Gold- stein. A. Rosen. Third row: L. Heiny. E. Fornian, E. Soloman, J. kiinar. E. Pol- sky, I. Napuck. . 1. Rose, E. ■Shappro. M. Slone, R. Slein- nian. . ' . I ' lopper. J. Kanfman. I iiiirlh roll-: S. Ilerlz. I . llirsh. A. Miller. L. Hurwilz. B. Eisen. L. Klyde, E. Spilka. M. Rovner, R. ' Robler. .540 First nm: left to right: Caml Sorensen, Ada Anderson. J(i- anne Sclniur. Beverly Ia t ' r. (rioria Hollon. Srcmiil ran: Carol Roberts. Doris W a- leeka. Ann Delfeld. (iladx- Vanden lleiivel. Third run: Jndy Silverman. Norma 1a . Marfie Ionlag. Lois Nelson. Karen Frirk. Marisa Bron i Kutli klewin. Connie Gooil- man. Carolyn Helwig. Jean- el te Saltzherg. Fourth roic: Joy Forster. Diane Bhimen- stoek. Jennie Shnart. KETTERER HOUSE Kill.rtr House girl were activit) -niiinleil this Near anil participated in Dolphins, Hoofers. Fres House ami other religious groii|) actixities. L nion romniittees. International Club, the Octopus, and the W.A.A. swimming and howling tournaments, in addition to holding open houses and special parties among the house girls. Oflicers were Gladys Vander Heuvel. president; Lois Nelson. ice-president: Carol Koherts. social chairman: and Carol Sorensen. judicial chairman. JORDAN HDLSE The girls ot Jordan House, an independent girls " house, are interested in Union activities, and a number of its girls are active on Union Committees. Laura arren is a member of isconsin Players, and Gloria Markowitz is on Senior Council. Union Public Relations Committee, and is a member of Mortar Board and Sigma P psilon Sigma. Officers were Joan Swanson. president: Marv Duncay, vice-president: Joan Gilbert, treasurer: and Gloria Babbett. judicial chairman. Mrs. Anton Jordan is the housemother. Fir. ' .l nut. Irjt til riiihl: Idain McCarville. Lanrel Warren. Berniee Rmmerich. (iloria Bal)hill. Phyllis Meidenbauer. Second row: Angeline Zim- merman. Joanne Swanson. Marie Trebain. Dorothy Thines. Harriet Chase. Gail (iill en. Third rou: Gloria Markowitz. Linda Franklin. Berneva Buhrow. Joanne Gil- bert. Mary Duncan. Ka Gebhardl. 341 I ' ll St niir. 1,-1 1 1,1 lifilil: J. (MTii.-. H. ill,lla. l. Vane, 15. Mliiiaii. I{. Mclilliauser, S. Hci-k -r. S.ri. ; rnir: M. II., soli. C. Kris. i;. ,-isB- l anl. . I ' cirli,,ri,,k. L. UI.M.rii. Mrs, FiM-llcMiaii, C. klall. ;. Haiidrr. l. Isen- hecker. Tliinl niic: J. Capey, N. Nasoii. S. Kickclls, B. Turiliaii. I,. ;.rkp, C. Ven- skc. .1. I, oilman. (;. Slrom- ni.n. l. (Min-n. S. Mcllugh. I ' oiirth niiv: 1). Oreiislein, P. Gill. l. Johnson. B. Ka- haner. N. Lcllop. C. Ver- ko.nv. I . lllK-e. J. Lii.lzen. I). Rolnisilahl. I). Billings. LAKDTA HDUSE l,ak()ta House, perhaps better known as the " old ATO House, " inilialeil its lirst ear on eanipus as a girls ' dorm this year. House girls participated in surh extra-curricular activities as Union committees, the Cardinal. Dolphins, Prom committees, Inter-Arts, and A Ca])ella Choir, while members also were acli e in Homecoming, the Song ' I ' ournament, anil Ilu- morologN . OfTicers were Carol Klatt. president: Penny Gill, vice-president-treasurer: Donna Hohns- dahl, secretar ; and Mar Ann Vane and Helen Hammes, co-social chairmen. LAKE LAWIV HUUSE l ake Lawn ' s social activities included open houses after games, a fall open house, a housemother ' s tea, and the spring formal. With the Phi Lambda Phi ' s, Lake Lawn won Humorolog for 1052. Prominent members on campus are Joan Baslin. managing editor of the Cardinal: Joan Kappaport. president of IN.S.S.; and Caryl Weiss, LInion Music Conniiittee chairman and a member of Mortar Board. Officers were Nancy Levey, president: Diane Kraft, secretary: Dolores and Ijois Sher. co- secretaries: and Cynthia Kurtz and Barbara Stern, social co-chairmen. The housemother is Mrs. Lillian Mcllcn. First row, left to riffht: N. Mann. J. Rihner, F. Shapiro. A. Cogan. S. Marcus, M. Lewis. Second roiv: S. llollo- how. B. Luhin. ;. Rosen. I. Gold. N. Ka.lin. .1. Berlianl. n. kul»in. Third n,„-: H. Roilhurcl. I). Krall.G. knrlz. H. Slern. Mrs. Mellrn. N. l,evy. !.. Sher. 1). Sher. G. Weiss. Fourth roir: B. (Jain- hiirg. J. Bailin. L. I ang, B. Pavne. C. SarnoR ' . B. Berger. L. ' t;ol(lsniilh. ,1. Slone, J. Alkins. J. I ' fefer. R. Dilkow- skv. Fifth ron: G. Wolf. D. r.-mplcr. I). K.-llin. I ' . Bass, li. Golil. II. Golien. . Slern. ,1. Rappaporl, I). I ' riedman. I). RoImtIs. (;. Slern. S. Ivsoek. 342 First run. lift tn ri ht: 1 nui Isrnstfin. Vrli ' iie Nirliol. Ka- chel IVrlllKiM. Shirlev S..kol. Saiiil Sriiiiliier. Lorraine Shaffer. Sainlv Vltinan. San- dy Sniilli. Rhea Slolkin. Siiona l,eclerman. Second rou-: Ju.ly Riihar U. Nancy Pac- U)r. Amlre Jasper. Claire Solomon. Virs. Stella Kailin. ( eorgia (-ohen. Elaine t» l- kin. D(i sy K alien. Carol Horhlier-;. Third nin: Joan llernian. rlene Ronslev. C.erna Dru.k. Jn.ly Braver- man. Barbara llofman. Riilli Trujrman. Rae HixMiher . Rhea kahn. Barbara Aaron. Janel Pines. Doris Horowil . Nina W einer. Sandy Fiii ' Fintrtli roil ' : Cirace CoIumi. Jiuly (ilazer. Bunny Cohen. Lois Jacobson. Margit W orth. Nancy Ausman. Barbara Gar- ber. Judy Marks. Sari Schnei- der. Joyce Rosenblatt. Jo % alke. Donna Daneiko. LIUCDLIV LODGE An independent girls house. Lincoln Lodge, activeh participated in W inter Carnival. AA activities, house parties, coffee hours, and in the Homecoming festivities. Girls active in campus organizations included Ruth Trugman, a copy editor for the Cardi- nal: Janet Pines, Cardinal society staff: Lois Jacobson and Grace Cohen. Orchesis: Sari Schneider is a HA Player: Shirley Sokol. vice-president of Zeta Phi Eta: and Claire Solomon, decorations co-chairman of the " 53 Prom. Officers were Georgia Cohen, president: Claire Solomon, vice-president and secretary; and Elaine Golkin, treasurer. The housemother is Mrs. Stella kaelin. Fi ' rsl roir. left to ri ht: Pat Buwen. Natalie DeRoche. Marv (iiintlee. Marv Hodel. Sally LTil. Carol Woodford. Jackie Jones. Peg Williams. Second rote: Pat Shifrin. Bar- bara Dahle. Margaret Barne- cut. Rita Rogowski. Martha Coleman. alerie Schixifs. Pat Tupper. Jane Zuidweg. Eunice Buege. Florence Schu- chardt. Third rote: Rosemarv llollenueg. Betty Thompson. Jeanne Burke. Carol Mack. Mary Mann. Frieda Mai- baum. Marv Herb. Carolvn Cochran. Jane Miller. Jean Biiske. era Schlagel. Liz Miilillelon. Fottrth rote: Eve- 1 n Smith. Rosemarv " Carnes. lary Beaner. Rose Ann Em- merich. Rosemary Prochaska. Betsv Lang. Lee Thomas. Joan Schmid. Marian Smith. Joan F Mis. Kav McNamara. Helen Heuston. Mitzi Con- wav. Fifth rote: Sue Barnes. Ona Ziehli. Sarah Conger. Marianne Maske, Beatrice Rieiiel, Barbara Kloften. Lois Thur %achter. Marv Rusv. Donna Sense. Dawn John- son. Sue Stonffer. Barbara Fagerlie. Doris Beck. Doris Davie. NURSES DDRM The Nurses " Dormitorv is one of the busiest dormitories on campus. Activities begin with the capping of the new nurses. Following this there is the annual Christmas formal held at the Lorraine Hotel, and the Christmas concert, and the spring formal. Last vear the dormitorv was first among the women " s dormitories in scholarship. Outstanding members are Paula Abramson. chairman of the Union House Committee; and Ruth Dettman. vice-president of the MSN A. Officers were Lois Thurwachter. president: Paula Abramson. vice-president: Jean Busk, secretary: Barbara Klaften. treasurer: and Sallv Lhl. social chairman. I ' ll SI iiiN . (■ ( ;„ ri iht: Kobert Kullw.uin. Davi.l Levim-, Yo- spf I ' ilcli. loll,, ll,.|,l,-. I)a ,•,l Skwirr. S ;„,i,l ; „(•; |{ ,I«tI Karia,,. .Ia„„-s l,i,„ls,-%. l,s. lar arc-l iki„s. I ' l„v.l Clan. kov. Willia,,, l,a,l,l ,l,„lz. riiinl nm-. la„ ( :r„„„r. I ' a,,! l,a„.lMl.„l .. Frnl lialh- „,a„„. K,M„,ll, l!i,rM. KHlli RACIIVE HOUSE Racine House this ear was coinposeil of as distinguished a group of celehrities as one could hope to (ind. Members prominent in campus activities inchiderl kenneth Hurst, Medichoir; Roger Heineck. MHA Chorus: Richard Faldet, freshman basketball squad; Alan Cromer, December Dream chairman: David Skwire. S isconsin Idea: Robert Karlan, orchestra: and Paul and William l-andschidz. band and IF Choir. Scholarship was not lacking, as we had among us live members of Phi Kla Sigma. Officers were Kenneth Hurst, ])residenl: keith Pursel, social chairman: and Man Cromer, ISA representative. Mrs. Margaret lkins is housemother. TABARD INIV Tabard Inn ' s social activities this car included an open house, a spring fortnal. and several informal parties . Members were active on campus and |(arlicipatc(l in Kuthenics Club, ihurcli choirs and student religious groups. Vi isconsin Plavers productions and I nion committees. Out- standing were Geraldine Gidlvnski. Lois Engle. and Mary Kuntzhall. all members of Sigma Epsilon Sigma. Officers were Margaret Slii| man. president: larihn Jones, vice-prcsidcnl: Jean 1 ' asking, secretarv : Judv Yehle. treasurer: and Geraldine (julivnski. social chairniati. first nm-. left to ri iht: ,l„,lv Nellie (irrrv (illlKn-ki. I )o„- „a Sijiner. Srrm„l ' r ,„: Mold l)a,-l,ii. larilvn .|oM.-s. Mrs. Khoiles. lar ar -l Sliii man, Kr ina Baer. Third n:ir: Lois F,„(;le. Vera Orny. Mary Kiiiitz. Joyce (iarlick, Jean Kaskiii " ;. Jenelle Crane. 1 34J ESTHER GARVEY SECTION EDITOR SENIORS i!iH The class of 1953 lays down its books and takes its place in the history of the state as the 100th graduating class of the University of Wisconsin. These graduates have received generously of the university ' s benefits and offerings. Now they leave the university to return these benefits to the state and nation as they take their places among the leaders in the various endeavors of society. ■I AfltfMliiSN ' M ? Firsl riiK. Iiji tu ridil: .nu Ikln.ltTi. 1iiry Singer, Barbara Morley. Elsa S|ilfll. Sranul nni: Wa Mitchell. Jo Ann Saari. Naniv .Sniilli. Darlone Burgess, Adrienne Robinson, Caryl KalTnian. irel (jreiner, Beth CRUCIBLE Crucible is the junior women ' s honorary society, whose members are chosen on the basis of outstanding schohirshij). leadership, and service to tlie university. During the past vear meud)ers parti(i|)ated in such service projects as being hostesses at university teas and giving information about the imiversity to higli school seniors. Other special e ents irxlndcd the (Torliam Siver Survey, annual ahnnni Christmas party, spring initiation banquet, and presentation of new members at Senior Swingout. The society is proud of its members who are promi- nent in other campus activities. Beth Mitchell is presi- dent of YWCA; Candy Raffman is chairman of L ' nion Activities bureau: Adrienne Robinson is chairman of Academic Affairs Commission of Student Board: Bar- bara Morley is vice-president of WSGA; JoAnn Saari is on Badger Board; Mary Singer is on Women ' s Ad- ministrative Council of WSGA; and Alita Letwin is president of Labor Youth League. Other members include Peg Greiner. Nancy Smith. Darlene Burgess, ancv Kkholni. and KIsa Splett. Officers were Barbara Morley. president: Mar Sin- ger, secretary: and JoAnn Saari, treasurer. The ad isor is Mrs. Louise Troxell. 346 Iron Cross Senior Men ' s Honorary Society Class of 1953 Ernest J. Briskey David B. Filvaroff David C. Hansen Gaylord A. Jentz T. Richard Martin George S. O ' Brien Donald R. Reich Robert R. Studt Lawrence L. Suhm Joseph R. Washington 347 Mortal iSoiii ' il. iKilioiial liciiiurarv (ii ' ( r ' il liii si ' iiior women, cliooscs ils ineinlier on tlie basis of scholarsliip. l(-a li ' rslii|) ami scr ice. Selections are made IVom llie junior elass and are announced al Senior Swingoul in the spring. Dminj; ' the senior ear. these women de- clop jirograms o( ser ice lo I lie inii iMsil . coinmniiilN . and stale. i;i,i:(;i KKs i v ' i r,2 ,lai " (]ueliiie ISalhcv Kila Mui ' kliii I ' aula (lornisli Harliara Hamilton Diana Houser Margot Knilans Gloria Alarkowilz Marguerite Michalson ( arol f arlow Ann Seihold Catharine Vakos Thora ervoren Donna Vohlken Susan M. Vi el)er Caryl Weiss Helen Wong OfTieers were Ann Seil)old. president; Donna Vohlken. ice-])resiilent; Helen Wong, secretary; and Thora Vervoren. treasurer. MDRTAR BOARD Fir.it row, left to right: Helen Wong, t ' aula Cornish, Ann Seibold, Maurguerile Michalson, Gloria Markowitz. Seconil row: Margot Knilans, Caivl Weiss. Carol t ' arlow. Diinna Vohlken, Rita Bucklin, Thora Vervoren. Third row: Diana Honsor, Catherine Vakos, Barbara Hamilton. Susie Weher. Jackie Batheys. . 48 Phi Beta Kappa National Honorary Scholastic Society Founded in 1776 Officers of Alpha of Wisconsin Phi Beta Kappa were: Professor Rudolph E. Langer. president; Professor Grant M. Hyde, vice-president; Professor Helen Crawford, secretary; Alma L. Bridgman, treasurer. Initiates " Class of 1953 Ayres, William Hamilton Coleman, Dean Powell Filvaroff, David Benzion Heaney, Donald Lee Hinrichs ' , Harley Henry Ingebritsen, Samuel Albert Kossow, Peggy Jean Liechti, ' erner Hugo Messer, Robert Haskell Perlmari, ' Eva Ross, Robert Alhson Searle, John Rogers Starr, Charles Roger Abel, Virginia Ann Baima, Betty Lu Bertolone, Kathleen Joan Bissell, Anne Kenney Braidt, James WilUam Brisbin, Robert Lee Bryan, Margueritte Elaine Bylsma, Clarence Gene, Jr. Conlin, Joanne Catherine Douglas, Robert Frederick Garske, Robert Allen George, Audrey Carol Gieschen, Victor Woodward Gregory, Verna Mae Groth, Harry Edwin, Jr. Harris, Lois Price mm Helders, Frances Elizabeth Hitselberger, WilUam Edward Hoelting, Joyce Madelyn Class of 1952 Hulbert. Phyllis Peggy Immerman. Robert Mayer Janecky, Dolores June Jayne, Jerrold Clarence Kaasa, Gordon Robert Kaplan. Mary Rose Kavolis. Vytautas Martynas Kee. Jackie Duane Kohlberg, Harlyne S. Laatsch, Audrey Frieda Lail, Bettye Flora Larkin, James Brian Lathrop, John Clayton Mathys, Ruth Arm McHugh, Richard ilson Meier, Manfred John Minton, Mary Ehzabeth Myers, Neil Nichols, John Richard Ovem, Joanna Andrea Postich. George Reich, Kenneth Edward Roehm, Delton Alan Russell. Marjorie Rose Sachtjen. Kenneth Michael Schmidt. Charlotte Andrae Schultz. Marvin Allen Shapson. Milton Silverberg, Stanley Charles Sims, La Verne Ann Skeels, Jack WilUam Solberg, Harry Julius Syftestad, David Vick Tinkham, Charles Bonar Torgerson, Glenn Orval WilUams, Janet Dickson Yanke, Louise Agnes 349 Pin ETA Sir.MA I ' lii llta Sii;ma. liuiioraiN IrahTiiilN lor ircslimaii men. lill- till ' nccil uT ir iif;iiiliipfi loi- lirslimari irii-n uilli high scholastic slainliii ' . I ' lie W isconsin i lia|ilfr iiiilialcs tm-tril(ct cacli sciiifs- Icr. (io ( ' riiiii ; lioilics. i-oiin il. ami caliiiii ' l arc elected ari r llic initiations. I ' lii Ija Si ' ' nia oilers each memlicr a cliaucc to render ser ice lo the nni ersil lliron;ifi s(liolarshi[)s. Ireshmcn oricnialion. and scholastic liel|) to Ircsliman men lo fnllill the i ' rateriiit ' s tnollo: Start Well .iu Well. (Xlieers were Fhili|i I " . I ' urcell. [prcsidetil: Tom .lolm- son. xicc-presideiil: Holicrt W . IJrndcr. r-ccrelar : and I. con Koscnherg. treasurer. Dean I ' ani Trinnii i liic iacnlt ad i.sor. Cla.ss Initiated December 4, 1952 Richard C. Bond Alan S. Briskin Ernest VV . Fleischer, Jr. Thomas W. Hurley Paul M. Jeiikinson Anthony J. Kisley James A. Leinwander Carl M. Lewis Thomas M. Lodahl Thomas E. Monfore Roland (t. Nehring Lorcn G. Pless Keith A. Pursel Roger C. Rnch Allen W. Schnhring Ronald D. Scott Douglas Shanahan Ronald Shenker Frank D. Vi avers Djiniitri W iggert Richard I). inograd Frank .1. orzala first «.m; T. JIurlfv. N. IVtcrM-n. T. J..liiis,.n, I,. K.wnli.Tg. IVof. P. rriim|., 1 ' . I ' lin ,11. 1). W rir. .1. llaMloii. I ' . .|( ' nkins,,ii. !. SjIImt. Seamfl Run: E. Laiiie, A. Briskin. R. Winograil. Iv Fleischer. Jr.. C. Lewis. A. Scliiilirint;. . Kisle%. K. Scoll. R. Shenker. F. W orzala, R. Ruch. Third Row: L. Pless, T. Monfore, R. Bond. ). Wiggert, T. Lodahl. J. Leinwander. R. N ' eliring. I). Shanahan. F. W ahers, A. Ferber. .350 lirst Ruu: Pruf. Blum. Ur. Hauley. Pn.f. Sorum. T. J,,1iiim,.i. I ' n.f. Trump. Ui-an Tliumj..,.,!. 1 ' . I ' iuvlH. D. Weir. R. kaliii. K. Jones. M. Vi ade. Dean Goodnight. Prof. Merriman. L. Rosenberg. R. Bruder. 1. Silber, R. Sather. Secunil Ron: J. Novotny. J. Heiden, W. Hoefs. G. Hedstrom. N. W eitkum. J. eyres . P. Palmer. L. Holme;-. H. Wong. S. Austin. E. Levine, R. Shenefelt. R. Gmjdman, F. Glaser, D. Teehan. R. Brown. K. C.ady. T iirrf Ron: O. Roberts. C. Schaefer. J. Leiker. R. Heinzen. G. Meyer. J. Lucht, D. Scbulz, J. Fleck. L. Zimprich. B. Marggraf. J. Burr. G. McComb. D. Schoenbaum. R. Daiiforlli. W . Nack. Fuurth Ron: J. Mever. E. Laine. R. Barneson. R. Mills. R. W bite. . Pikli. A. Kerber. M. Sklar. C. Burdick. D. Aiiken. A. Sabroff. E. Cnare. H. W olff. T. Kitze. Fijth Row: C. Nelson. F. llaber. G. Porter. N. Berman. R. F ' ahres. R. Karlan. R. W eninger. U. (ielirig. P. McCormick. J. Nesbitt. J. Spears, R. Stanislawski. G. Maehol. R. Groth. T. Chalkley. V. tioffey. D. Gresenz. Sixth Run: H. Eglash. R. Rott. R. Schoenfeld. H. Gahr, J. Langkau. R. Ehlert. J. Spindler. L. McCorraiok. R. Henlges. . Kolve. J. Jansen. A. Mills. J. Severance. C. Gunderson. Seienth Row: R. Eckerle. D. Kovenock. R. Rieselbach. R. Levin. D. Levy. D. Toft. J. Fetek. A.Cromer. T. Hoffmann, R. Bemhagen. Eighth Ron " R. Lecker. A. Puariea. M. Bemdt. J. Merriman. D. Hrycyna. D. Skwire. F. Mehlos. R. Goldstone, R. Brandel, R. Schmidt, L. Re ese, H. Herman. A. Rosenbloora. C. Gorske, N. Petersen, R. Zirbel, W . Kolasinski, J. Israel, R. Robbins. 3.51 t f rJ iU J liisl r;i(. Irft K, rifllil: Helen Fredeiirk. Jean l)oi |). Joan Biasoii. Jaeciiielim- imnieinKiii. Caroline Crewry. Einil Sniilli. lr . Shaw. Nancy Filzgibbon, Mary Rose (Gallagher, Beverly Hurl. Mary l,ou Sieinir. rle:ic llinke. Martha Brooks. Snaiiil niir: Donna Ploog. Judith Goldberg, Joan Bunke. (Jeorgiana Harwood. JoAnn llulliiMisi. SM ;in l,ar i ii. Lois Engle. Ann Meyer. Mona Gie.sehen, Patricia Delaney. Donna Hiniz, Helen Haban. Rhoda Frindell. I ' at krebs. Mary I. on Kotle. Third run-. Norma Ander- son. Einiice W iechman, lietty Ann Rose, Toby Cohan. Cailene Saner. Nancy Ockerman. Clara Waefler. Karen Frick. ( arol Vi inter, Irene Elkin. Jane Wiswell. Mary lioss, Jeanetle Saltzberg. SIGMA EPSILDIV SIGMA Sigma Epsilon Sigma, freshman women ' s hon- orar s jroritv. celebrated the 25th anniversary of its foiiiiding this ear. The chapter on tlie cainjitis of the L iiiversity of isconsiii was the lirsl chap- ter of llie national sorority. ii iiiroriiiai anniversary party was held on De- cember II. Prof. Margaret Dobler, head of the physical education dance department, and Prof. Elizabeth McCoy, of the bacteriolog deparlment were awarded honorarv memberships. The annual spring tea was held for freshman women with a two point, or better, average grade. Sigma Epsilon Sigma was founded for the pur- pose of encouraging and rewarding the effort re- quired (o achieve a high scholastic record. Mem- bership requires a 2. .5 grade-[)oinl during (lie freshman year. Each ear a scholarship is awarded to a neech and deserving girl to help further her education. Officers for l )53 were anev FitzGibbon, pres- ident: Caroline Drewrv. vice-president: Emily Smith, secretary; and Mary Rose Gallagher, treasurer. Mrs. J. L. Shaw is the group advisor. 352 l.ak.- liMi,l,.id, I ' l.ni. P,,ini.uii.l lli,-«.ilk i,, " " B.. -. ' I.,»i A lieautiful scene in « inter or spring — the lakeshore ».ilk. Lctr ceneJ Full sail aheail — a typical Lake Memlota scene. ime made it up to Bascom in time for a T: 15. 353 PC C-3 354 lliirior " radiialcs I ' ll.- inlo lllc Union. Ildiiort ' tl tradilioiis of the University of isconsin are carried througln)iil (he ceremonies lield for the graihiat- ing seniors. Kach year there is an honors convocation for senior and graduate students which begins the traditional ex- ercises. One of the most scenic graduating exercises is tlie Senior Swingont held each spring on Bascom Hill to honor outstanding women on the campus. The year comes to an end when the graduates assem- hle in the Field House in the traditional garb of cap and gown to receive the diplomas at Commencement ex- ercises. M ■i jBK v,sa -£ ' v- VB •■:.7 ' Senior Swinjj-Out, honoring; ut.staii4lin : women ;raduales. The end of the trail — Commencenienl. D . a Member. of llie Senior Council are. Ir l la right. Jir t run: Lou Freizer. Karl Kalil, Phvllis Grossman. Jane Larson, Bob Studt. Second roic: Ralph Lund. Paula Lohmann. Myra Handlovski. (;ioria Markowitz. Joan Vieber. Third row: Erv- LeCoque, Ed Trapp, Bob Bo»eii. John Maclver. Gay Gentz, Larry Eggars, Al Kulakuw. The Senior Couiicirs activities this year included choosing the gift given bv the Senior Class and sponsor- ing Senior eek. Since this is the 100th graduating class of the L niversitv of isconsin. a centennial celebration was held in the spring. In 105ll-5. ' 5 the Senior Coiiiuil held a series of educa- tional inter iews designed to acquaint the seniors with actual job interviews. Officers were Bob Studt. president: Mike Putzier, vice-president: Joan X eber. secretarv: and Louis Freizer, treasurer. Fred Kramer is the advisor. A busy moment at a Senior ( ouneil meeting. SEIVIDR CDIJIVCIL Bob Studt. Senior Class Presiflent 355 iHti. !- Bel»een rlasscs at T-lO. 356 I ' ll. ' I ul,. (;, , ril .,r•lKln slii. It-ills. Krni. ' iiilM ' i lli.ll rorinal? MEMORIES Memorie.s are intaiigilile and et are carried away by graduating seniors just as the diploma is. As the years go on, many will forget the small details of college life, and yet looking hack, and remenihering, we shall think of onr uni ersil life as a major jiorlion of life. Some things are never forgotten, long walks along the tree bordered road to Picnic Point; gab sessions in the wee hours of the morning: a quick cup of coffee in the " Rat " between classes; formal dances and the excite- ment of the football games. Ilacli ol us will take awaj (lillcr ' ul memories, but none of us will ever forget our days at isconsin. inl iliiii ihi ' ir » ere classes. New I ' llci ' lriral I ' .niiiiu ' t ' riiii; BuiMii Music Hall, long a landmark on the Hill. hull ( f the uiii Buildings are cold and einptv without people and the struitiiifs which house the schools of the iniiversity are no exception. But the iniixersity huildinirs are filled with people from all over the state and world who. witlioiil common background, get acquainted and become friends. ith these friends, we groan about the long trudge up Hascoin Hill to Bascom Hall and often the longer walk down the other aide f)f the Hill to T-lf). riie " church on the campus " or Music Hall re alls Kcon 1 A lectures by Prof. W illiam " Mld Hill " " Kickofer to man gra luates. lan long hours are spent in the libraries on the campus gathering material for those term papers, and quiet stud . One of the " pride and j ) buildings is the new Electrical Kngineering Building located near the P ' ield House. All the buildings hold memories. A renter of learnin " . the Historical Lihrarv. 358 CLASS DF 1953 This year 100 Wisconsin senior classes liave come and gone. Now. we too have gone. Now we, as all hefore us, leave Vt isconsin. IJut we shall never actually leave her. She has now heconie a part of us wherever we shall go. To each of IIS isconsin is now yesterday, something only to he renienihered, for each of us. unforgetahle. For here we have learned to love, work, laugh. |)la . and cr . Here — we leave some loves forever, some laughter, and some tears. Here we ha e lixi ' d and hegun the process of learning to li e. Mere «c could look al the world as if it were a stor hook. W e could laugh at its antics, cry with its tragedies, respect its greatness, and solve its failures and [irohlems. Now as we take off the mortar hoard and gown we mo c into that storybook. We become a part of the M)ilil. f become its antics, its greatness or its failures. And now we leave now and forever Farewell Wisconsin. (J3oo S tudty Class President 359 First Rn,,: EDWARD ABBOT . . . Elgin. III. . . . English . . . Universilv Chorus: Mens Chorus . . . Alpha Delta Phi. • ROBERT L. ABLEMAN . . . Muriroc . . . Markeling . . . Marketing Clul. . . . Beta Theta Pi. • JOEL RAY ABRAMSON . . . Milwaukee . . . Accounting . . . Alpha Epsilon I ' i. Second Row: MARILYN L. ACCOLA . . . Alma . . . Social Work . . . Y ;OP. • JAMES H. ACKLEY . . . Edmonds. Wash Business Ad- ministration. • CAROLE J. A(;.NEW . . . Milton Junction . . . History . . . Lawrence College. Applelon; Wisconsin State College. Milwaukee . . . Water Ballet . . . Alpha Chi Omega. • DONALD C. AKER . . . Nladison . . . Chemistry . . . Provost Corps . . . Phi Lambda Upsilon . . . Men ' s Halls Chorus: Lnion Commons Committee: Pres House Choir: Young Democrats . . . Kappa Sigma. • L RIO ALBI . . . Kenosha . . . Speech . . . Italian Club, President. • LYBERTY JEAN ALEXANDER . . . Wausau . . . Child Development . . . Student Board. Public Rela- tions Committee ... Pi Beta Phi. Third Roiv: KARL G. ALFTER . . . Milwaukee . . . Recreation . . . Phi Epsilon Kappa . . . lpha Phi Omega . . . Council of Wisconsin Student Recreation Association, Junior Representative. • (iAIL ALLAN . . . Kenosha . . . Child Developmenl . . . YGOP: Student Board Relief Com- mission . . . Gamma Phi Beta. • HERBERT NEAL ALLEN . . . Lake Geneva . . . Commerce . . . Finance Societv; Universitv Chorus. • THOMAS C. ALLEN, JK. . . . Madison . . . Botany . . . Pershing Rifles: Military Ball Decorations . . . Rifle Team. • HELEN MYERS ALLRED . . . Savannah, (ia. . . . English. • STANLEY E. ALTENBERN . . . Free])ort, III. . . . Industrial Management . . . Nautilus Society: Band: Ticket Chairman, 1952 Military Ball . . . Track . . . Kappa Sigma. 360 y rs , ' ,„(. l ) { ' A .). M;| ' I;I! . . . Man Dilia. • lOSKI ' H I ' . AMHKOSW (;K . Cluiinlinllii lions.-. I ' rosiil.-iil: lll C.iinn liiil V. I ' l-rsiilcnl: llni frsil Chorus: Ne AiM)l ' .US iN . . . Mailisou . . ' . Clu-iiiisln . « r . . . Physical Medicnie . . . Physical ' riicrapv Club; lailheran Student Association . . . Kappa Poll Carbon, Pa. . . . Applie l Art. ' • NOKBI ' .KT W. AMEND . . . Portage . . . Aecounliug . . . U-r Cluiirnian. • KATURYN AMIJNIXSON . . . Haraboo . . . Kducation . . . Rli .abrlh Waters nan Clnb. • 1 K1LYN AMUNDSON . . . Nekoosa . . . Ilisiory. • BKVKKI. ' l SIMPSON Sifjnia l p llon Simula . . . Hoofers. Second Row: FRANK E. ANDERSON . . . (Jreen Lake . . . Pharmacy . . . High House, Secretary and Committee Chairman. • (;()RI)ON W. ANDERSON . . . Madison . . . Chemical Engineering . . . Sigma Nu. • JAMES W. ANDERSON . . . (;reen Bay . . . Marketing . . . Marketing Club; MHA Social Committee. • KOBKRI W . M)ERSON . . . Ladvsmith . . . Pharmacy. • THOMAS F. ANDERSON . . . Riyer Falls . . . Insurance . . . Insurance Socicu. I ' roi.lcnl: R( ) TC Chorus, Director. • WAYNE (i. ANDERSON . . . Mt. Horeb . . . Pharmacy . . . Wisconsin, American Pharmaceutical Associalions. Tliinl l „ii: FRANK S. ANDRLIS . . . Milwaukee . . . Law. • ROBERT F. ANGLE . . . Milwaukee . . . Soils . . . Landscape Coimcil Ring. • CHARLOTTE D. ANKENE . . . DayKm, Ohio . . . Business Education . . . Beta Gamma Sigma; Pi Lambda Theta . . . Phi Chi Theta . . . Hoofers; Hodag House. • JOSEPH G. ANSFIELD . . . Milwaukee . . . History . . . YMCA, Treasurer; YMCA Cabinet; Pershing Rifles. • JOHN J. ANTHONSEN . . . Madison . . . C.mimerce . . . Finance Society; Lutheran Student Association. • LAWRENCP: A. APPEL . . . Milwaukee . . . Economics . . . Alpha Epsilon Pi. i;,„rlli Koii: ROBERT W. VPPl.FB ' l . . . Bcloil . . . Music . . . Band; Orchestra, Presideni; Chorus. • MARLENE RUTH ARBETTER . . . Chicago, ill Home E .n..niir,..lMnrTiali ni . . . Thcla Sigma Phi . . . Union News Bureau; ( lounlry Magazine; Cardinal. • JOHN L. ARCHIE . . . Wanwatosa . . . Me.liarn( il I ' .n-iincring . . . VSri ' ,: S IE . . . Freshman Oricnlalion: Si. Pat ' s Ball; Homecoming; Greek Week ... Phi Gamma Delia. • VIRGINl l{ MSIRl )N(; . . . Ma.lison . . . Psychology . . . Psychology Chd.. Secretary; Union Public Relations Committee, Secretary. • DONALD H. ARNDT . . . Theresa . . . Commerce . . . Insuranie Society; Tnrucr House, President, Vice-Presi lenl. Secrelarv. Treasurer. • ORRIN N. ARNESON ... La Crosse . . . Medicine . . . Nu Sigma Nu. 361 W%J. f .1! K JEANNE DKl.OKES ARNOLD . . . Racine . . . English . . . Elizabeih Walcrs lliiil . ' i. IVrsidcnl; W iiiU ' r (larni al l ' ' l al ( iliainiian; lliimor- olopy CMiairiiiaii: Clionis. DON l,l) . XSCIIKNBKKNNKR . . . Sliel.oygan . . . Accounting . . . liila Mplia I ' si. IMi ' ilfic Chairman . . . Turner ilouHR, Treasurer. MriZI S(:ilKMU KNM ' ,K .. . C.udaliv .. . Dielelirs. . . I ' l.i Upsilon Oriiicnin.. .Oini.n.ii Nu. . . V.adeniir Affairs ( :..nimission . .. .S.(;.A. Soriirily Coordinator . . . Alplia (iamma Uella, House President. I ' llllll ' I,. .SII. IK Milwaukee . . . Sociology . . . Provost Corps, .Srald.ar.i iS Hladr. IVrsl.in- Rifles . . . Mace . . ' . W. I. . Council; lililar Hall; .junior I ' rom; Humorology; Homecoming Hall; Tickets Chairman; Mens Night. Chairman, Parents Weekend, Co-Chairman; |{a(i;;cr. .Section P ' ditor; Campus Carnival; I.E. (jommitlees . . . Psi I psilou. Pharmacy . . . Wis. DONALD D. A.SPENES . . . Ladysmith Pharmaceutical Association. NEAL M. ATHERTON . . . Cedar Rapids. Iowa . . . Economics Insurance Society . . . Delta Kappa Epsilon. JOAN ATKINS . . . Chicago . tion Week. Cardinal. Advertising-Jr ROBERT SHELDON ATKINS . . . Chicago . . . Political Science . Usher; Union Music Committee . . . , lpha Epsilon Pi. GEORGE AVGOULAS University. . Wauwatosa . . . History Manpiette RUTH LAURIS AWE . . . Milwaukee . . . English Education . . . .Scheders. Tnter-dorm Conference, University Chorus, Orientation Week, Big Sister Program. WILLIAM H. AYRES . . . Columbus, Ohio . . . Medical Science . . . Phi Eta Sigma: Phi Beta Kappa; Sophomore High Honors . . . Union Gallery ( ominittee. HAROLD BAAR . . . Oshkosh . . . Agricidture . . . Delta Sigma Pi, Resident Counselor . . . Delta Epsilon . . . M.H.A. Committee, Union 770 Club; Social Activities Council; Interdorm and Big 10 Conference Representative. ANNA KATHRINE BAASH . . . Washington Island . . .Nlusic . . . Elizabeth Waters, Music Chairman; Groves Women ' s Cooperative Board . . . Sigma Alpha Iota. JEAN E. BABLER . . . Monroe . . . Physical Education . . . Physical E lucation Club; Dolphin Club: WAA; Corresponding Secretary. ELMER A. BACH . . . Milwaukee . . . Pharmacy . . . Kai)pa Psi. TED BAEHMANN . . . Thiensville . . . Accountinp . . . Milwaukee Extension . . . Beta Alpha Psi . . . YMCA . . . Theta Chi. LLOYD M. BAERTSCH . . . Fountain City . . . Medicine . . . Phi Eta Sigma . . . Hesperia Forensic Society; MIIA Hunting and Fishing Club; House Presidents Council, Chairman; Richardson House, Presi- dent . . . Sophomore Honors. PETER BAGDASSIAN . . . Racine . . . .Accounting. LEONARD A. BAHR . . . Cecil . . . Electrical Engineering . . . Central State College . . . Kappa Eta Kappa . . . IRE. DONALD E. BAILEY . . . Milwaukee . . . Industrial Management . . . Society for the Advancement of Management . . . Campus Chest; Campus Carnival. JAMES M. B ILE . . . Madison . . . Mechanical Engineering . . . Campus Bed Cross (Chairman . . . Student Civil Defense Committee; Men ' s Chorus; A Cappella Choir . . . Theta Delta Chi. alism Theta JOAN D. BAILIN . . . Sioux City, Iowa . . . Sigma Phi . . . Cardinal: Film Committee. BETT1 ROWE BAKER . . . Tomahawk . . . Correctional Adminis- tration . . . Spanish Club, Craft Committee . . . Delta Zeta. Til ROAN T. BAKKE . . . Milwaukee . . . Economics . . . Chi Psi. 362 I ' KWC.IS .1. I? MASH . . . Madison . . . Kl.-rirical Kiifiinoeriii!; . . IKi;. l ' n i(l iH . . . IKK. IVesidciil . . . ' I ' iM. lirla I ' i . . . IMii Kla Sl-m . . . I ' I a Ka|p|)a Nil. I ' resicli-iil. IIVKOU) I). MM, l) IN ... I.a Crosse. . . ic,.iiiiliii;i. 11! K . H M.KSI ' KKMl . . . 1il»ank - - . . . Civil Kiigiiierriiif; . . .S(.i ' ; . . . Citv anil Kesional I ' laiininjr Cluli . . . Sigma Delia Omega. IKI.MINK BANCROFT . . . Ma.lison . . . Sociolcgv . . . I niversilv of Colorado . . . (.hi Omega. LOW KM. W. BANKS . . . Superior . . . (Musical Kd,i(alion. IAIO J KAN BARCLAY . . . Madison ... Art Kduealion . . . Union Crafi Commit lee; WSGA Style Show; Campus Carnival . . . Alpha i Delta. RICHARD J. BARGANS . . . West Allis . . . .Social Work . . . Union Crafts Committee: MHA Alumni Committee; Down Campus Com- mittee: Vilas House. President; House Presidents " Council. CKRAl.D R. BARICH . . . Sturgeon Bay . . . Kinance . . . Finance VAuU . . . Oclisner House, President. SANDRA BARON . . . Brooklyn. N. Y. . . . Phy.sical Education . . . Women ' s .Athletic .Association; House Presidents " Council: Junior Orchesis; University Chorus: Physical Education Cluh. Program Chair- man: Physical Education Magazine. Circidalion Editor. BARBARA BARNES . . . Milwaukee . . . History . . . Carleton Col- lege . . . Delta (Jamma. Secretary. BARBARA JEAN BARRETT . . . I.annon . . . Home Economics Education . . . Euthenics, Treasurer . . . Dorm H ligious ( iliairman . . . Kappa Delta, Treasurer. WILLIAM BARRETT . . . Winthrop, Mass Dairy llusl.andry . . . Dairy Cattle Judging Team. GERALDINE BARRINGTON . . . Waupaca . . . Physical Educati. . . . W AA Board . . . Elizabeth Waters, Unit Til, Vice-President. CAROLYN J. BARTEL . . . Lake Mills . . . Sociology. HENRY FRANK BASSETT . . . Madison . . . Zoology. RICHARD K. BASTIAN . . . Beloii . . . Civil Engineering . . . Chi Epsilon . . . ASCE; SAME . . . Varsity Crew; Varsity Rifle Team. JACQUELINE BATHEY . . . Mdwaukee . . . Journalism . . . Theta Sigma Phi . . . Sigma Epsilon Sigma: Mortarboard Editor: Daily Cardinal. News Editor. Feature Eilitor: Union News Bureau: Prom I ' uhlicitv Committee. .ANN B.ATTLES . . . Wauwatosa . . . English . . . Alpb a Chi Omega. WILLIS E. BAT , . . . Sun Prairie . . . Acco.u iting. JO CK H. BAUKR . . . Duran.l . . . Malhen, latics . . . Haas House, President. Social Chairman. BARBARA ANN BAUMAN . . . Stevens P.i .iiil . . . Chemistry . . Central Stale College. JANE O. B.AUMANN . . . Milwaukee . . . Recreation . . . Hoofers; Library Union Committee; Campus Chest: Winter Carnival. Special Events Chairman: Wisconsin .Student Reireation Association . . . Alpha (ramnia Delta. . Liiiversity Re- a Phi, President. JOHN S. BAUMANN . . . Wausau . . . Hist, ligious Council; YMC.A Cabinet: Orientation . . I.i: ROY BAUMAN . . . Madison . . . Germa.i . . W Club. 363 • • ' ly H h ,c r . ,. i men I{I) ,1. BAUMANN . . . I ' Im nil . . . Economics . . . Sliulenl Itiiiiicl: l (lommiltee (iliairniari: I iiliiii Commiltees . . . Kappa Si ' Miia. KI ' .NM ni II. BAZZELL . . . Milwaukee . . . Correctional Aclminis- Iralioii . . . Crime Cliili: NAACI : Union Enlcrlainmenl Guild. 1 K ANN BEAKDER . . . Mca ' SlalT . . . Sij ma Kappa. Treasurer. Oclop, . Beaver Dam . . . Nursing . . . Wayland WANDA I,. BEAKDEK junior College. MEATA BESSERDICH . . . Madison . . . Imemalional Kelalions . . . S(; . I ' residenl; Student Board; SI,IC: Pan-Hel Ball Chairman: Sinnnicr I riion Dance Coniniil Ice. ( liairman; Careers Conference rulilicily Chairman . . . Gamma I ' lii Beta. CHARLES DAVID BEAL MONT. Ill . . . Annapolis, I,I. . . . Political Science . . . Photography Cluh . . . Kappa Sigma. DENNIS COLLIN BEAUMONT . . . Wauwatosa . . . Applied ri . . . Washington University . . . Octopus Staff. BENNY BECK . . . Oshkosh . . . Chemistry . . . Tennis. ELSBETII ANN BECKER . . . Moniicello . . . Pharmacy . . . Rho Chi . . . Kappa Epsilon, President . . . Wisconsin Pharmaceutical Society. WILLIAM BECKER . . .Sussex . . . Agricultural Education . . . FFA: l-II; Blue Shield; Daily Cardinal, Circulation Manager. DOROTHY M. BEELEN . . . Appleton . . . Home Economics- Journalism . . . Theta Sigma Phi . . . (iamma Alpha Chi . . . Badger; Daily Cardinal . . . Delta Delta Delta. MARTIN S. BEGUN . . . New York . . . Political Science . . . Military Police Provost Corps . . . Inlernalional Clidi, Vice-President; National- International Commis-sion, Chairman; Young Democrats; Campus Chest; UN Conference. EDWARD F. BEHM . . . Oshkosh . . . Spanish . . . Sigma Delta Phi. STEPHEN PRIESS BEHR . . . Highland Park, III. . . . History . . . Track; Union Music Committee. WILLARD A. BENDER . . . Monroe . . . Commerce . . . Finance Society . . . Beta Th eta Pi. W TSON I. BENNETT . . . Tomahawk . . . Pharmacy. II NNA F. BENSINGER . . . Milwaukee . . . Social Work . . . Kappa Epsilon . . . Hillel. Secretary; Interfellowship Chairman: JSWF Drive, Secretary; LIniversity Religious Council, Vice-President: Human Rela- tions Ccmference Planning Committee; Ketterer House, President: Cjinema Club, Vice-President, Treasurer. JOAN I. BENSON . . . Sto Stale Teachers College. ghto . . . Soci Work KENNETH A. BENSON . . . Viola Arnolil Air Society. Physics . . Wliitewater Three Squares; Kappa G. LINNEA BENSON . . . Janesville . . . Pharmacy Epsilon . . . Wisconsin Pharmaceutical Society, Social Cha Orientation. PAUL M. BENSON . . . Madison . . . Metallurgical Engineering Mining and Metallurgy Cluh: FEF; AFS: ASM; Crew. ELIZABETH BENT . . . Benton . . . Medical Technology . . . Badger Christian Fellowship. JOSEPH L. BENTON . . . Applelon . . . Speech . . . Inter-fraternity ssociation. Vice-President: l-i ' Paii-llel Big 10 Convention, Co- ( liairman . . . Delta Tau Delta, President. l DRK A. BEKG . . . Whitewater . . . Home Economics Education . . . Oniicron Nn . . . Phi Upsilon Omicron . . . Ban l . . . Alpha (»amina Delta. 364 I ' ll I. MS K. m:K(; . . . MadiM.n . . . |.|.li,Ml ,i . . . l ro Courl: Slmlenl An »anl . . . (iamma I ' lii M.Ma. HKKNMU) hKK(;i 1 . . . Ulark Karlli . . . Ch.-nlislry. CHARLKS A. HKKKI1)(;K . . . Mra.lnc-r. ()lii, . . . (:i,rn,i lr HVKBARA BEST . . . W ausaii . . . Speech Correrlioii . . . Sigma Kappa Phi ... Pi Beta Phi. MKl.VIN E. BE ER . . . Black Creek . . . Hisioi P.r hiilK Rifl s. (;il Kl,()TTE LEILANI BICE . . . Honoh.hi. Hawaii . . . Mer- chandising . . . Universily of Hawaii . . . Plii L psiloii ( )nii(T(iri . . . Euthenies. 1 RI )N S. BIDDICK . . . Pine River. Minn. . . . Geography. NELDA JEAN BILKEY . . . Povnette . . . Home Economics . . . ( )shkosh State College . . . t-H Cliih. MELVIN J. BINA . . . Anligo . . . Physics . . . Arnold Air Society, President . . . Mitchell irmen. Executive Officer . . . Nelson House. President. MARION H. BISSINCER . . . New York . . . French . . . International Club Board . . . International Club. Secretary: French ( lub; Spanish Club: Cerman Club . . . Hoofers: Human Relations (Conference: Na- lional Inlcrnalional Commission: Senior ( " ouncil. JOSEPH A. BIWAN . . . kohler Treasurer . . . Phi Eta Sigma. Accounting JAMES E. BIZER . . . Medford . . . Pharmacy . . . Rho Chi . Club: Mil . Delta Sigma Pi. Camera ROBERT . BLACK . . . Monroe . . . L S . . . I-E Council . . . Phi Sigma Kappa. President. Vice-President. ROBERT ROSS BLACKWOOD . . . Milwaukee . . . Metallurgical Engineering . . . Mining and Metallurgy Club . . . ASM: AIME: FEF . . . Sigma Delta Omega. HOWARD E. BLANK . . . Baltimore. Md. . . . English ... Job Opportunities Conference. Publicity Chairman: Haresfoot Follies. Arrangements Committee . . . Zela Beta Tau. ROBERT H. BLOMOLIST . . . (;heen. Minn. . . . Pharmacy . . . Rho Chi. LUCILLE M. BODEAU . . . Racine . . . Math and English . . . Sigma Epsilon Sigma . . . Student Board: Elizabeth Waters Hall, President. ALAN L BODNER . . . Jersey. N. J Zoology. ROBERT E. BOCKELOH . . . Kenosha . . . Accounting . . . Alpha Kappa Psi. WILLIAM R. BODART . . . (;reen Bay . . . Marketing . . . Chi Phi. W ausau . . . Occupational Therapy MARION JEAN BOERNKE . . . . Occupational Therapv Club ALDREI L. BOETTCHER . . . Appleton . . . Home Economics Education . . . Elizabeth W aters. Unit II. Secretary. RL ' TH I. BOEHM . . . Rhinelander . . . Home Economics Education . . . Blue Shield: University Symphony Orchestra: W SEA: Three Squares. GILBERT J. BOERNER . . . Cedarburg . . . Accoimting . . . Beta Alpha Psi . . . Phi Eta Sigma. s } r) 365 I ' riilay iiiglil is pep rally lime Saliirdav is viclorv linif. First Row: JOAN MARY BOERNER . . . Kenosha . . . Home Economics . . . Elizahetli Waters Unit III, Secretary; Euthenics; Union House Committee; Newman Club; Orientation Sub-Chairman. • ELMER A. BOETTCHER . . . Milwaukee ... Art Education . . . Scheders; VMCA; UWM Art Club, President, Vice-President; Art Students " League. • GORDON E. BOETPCllEK . . . Rhinelander . . . Electrical Engineering . . . Eta Kappa Nu . . . AIEE; Marching Band; Wisconsin Engineer, Advertising Manager . . . Triangle. Sfciiiul Ron: TRAVIS G. BO(;(;S . . . Waterloo . . . Law . . . Senior Honors . . . Wisconsin Law Review. • DOLORES (i. BOLAN . . . Mil- waukee . . . Physical Medicine . . . Physical Therapy Club, President; W S Special Prospects Committee. Chairman; W hirlpool. Kdilor: llumor- oloi ' V Committee; Union Entertainment Committee, Secretary. • LL CILE N. BOLLINGER . . . Marietta, Ohio . . . tlorrcciional ilininistra- tion ' . . . Crime Club; Winter Carnival Ice Cabaret Chairman; Senior Swingout . . . Delta Delta Delta. • ROLAND A. C. H( )!{( ,1! KI)T . . . Madison . . . Pharmacy . . . Rho Chi. • GAYLORD M. BORST . . . Green Bay . . . Applied Mathematics and Mechanics . . . Acacia. • LV1N BORSUK . . . Madison . . . Mechanical Engineering ... Pi Tan Sigma, Vice-President . . . ASME. Third Ron; BARB.4RA ANN BOVIM . . . West Allis . . . Journahsm . . . Eta Kappa Lambda . . . Coranto, Vice-President . . . Union Dance Board. Secretary: Barnard Hall, Vice-President. • ROBERT C. BOWEN . . . Rockford, III. . . . Mechanical Engineering . . . Phi Eta Sigma; Sophomore Honors; SAME Outstanding .limior and Senior Awards . . . Scabbard and Blade; Pershing Rifles . . . SAME; ASME; Campa Dance Committee, Chairman; Military Ball, Promotions Co-Chairman; Campus Chest: Oricnlali.m . . . Thela Chi. President. • HAWLEY M. BO ' CE . . . Milwaukee . . . Commerce . ' . . SAM; Hoofers Sailing Club. • DANIEL L. BO " ! I) . . . South Bend, Ind. . . . Speech . . . Junior Prom Decora- tions Committee . . . Theta Delta Chi. • DINON R.ALPH BOYER . . . Wisconsin Uapids . . . Commerce . . . United Student Fellowship, Na- tional Vice-Chairman; Academic Affairs Commission, Vice-Chairman; Human Relations Connniltcc: Union Public Relations Commiltcc; Studeiit AUiance Governing Board; Gregory House, Secretary: Junior Prom; Summer Prom; Mililarx Ball Sergeant of the Guard; I iiion Siininicr Di- rectorate; Union Open House Committee; Student Afl ' airs Workshop; Wisconsin Ecuni ' jiicai Conferences, Chairman. • I ' VTKICIV ANN BRANDT . . . Beloit . . . Correctional Ailininislraticm . . . Crime Club; International Club: W a land Club: Uni.»n Library Commillee. 366 •Vrs7 K,,,,: IlKKBKUr S. BK XTI ' . . . lil«;iwU,-,- . . . I ' liarnia.v . . . Phi Eta Sijjma K(»SK BKW ' l ' . . . . Sll,•lM. f;an . . . Midi.al IV.IiiioIm x . . . XIplia Delia Tliola . . BK II 1 . . . lil«auk.-,. . . . l.-,l.aiii.al Kn-iiHTrinc . . . S K; XSMK . . . I ' lii Sij;m i;o.n..nii.s . . . IVrsliinc Kill.-s. . . ' I ' lirla Clii. • SI I Kl.l )( )N .1. UK M )I ' ,IKN . . . Slior Tan Oiiif • I ' ln I, I, IS BKANN U Child l)0M ' l. | . . Ba k,ll.all Maiui-cr . . . i ' i i,.iiiilMla IMii. • IXKOI, (:al ar 1 .11 1 lirrail Si ii.Irn I Coilllril. • KICIIAKI) C. Ka|.| a. • W 11,1,1 l K, BKANirr . . . Madison . . . «,M,d . . . l.-.liarii,al KiifiiiKcriiif; . . . ASME . . . Alpha Doll.liin C.liili; Kiulu-iiics . . . Mpha i Delta Secoiul Him: l ' TRICIA 11. BKAZELTON . . . Milwaukee . . . Home Econoniies-Ediuatioii . . . Orientation; Eiithenics . . . Alpha i Delta, President. Ieml.er4iip (.hairnian. • PETER BRAZON . . . Milwaukee . . . Art Education. • DUANE 11. BREDESON . . . Ma.lison . . . Minin;; Engineering . . . Arnold Air Society . . . Mining Cluh . . . Theta Delta Chi. • B RH R . BRENk . . . Milwaukee . . . Speech Cor- rection . . . Sifrma Kappa Phi, Secretary . ' . . Professional Pan-llel Delegate . . . kappa lpha I ' li.la. • JOHN BRKF M NN . . . Milwaukee . . . Journalism. • DONALD L. BRICK . . . Madison . . . Dairy Industry . . . Scahhard and Blaile . . . Bal.cock Dairy Science CInl. . . . Delta Sigma Phi. Tliinl H,„i: ;ER LD1NE BKIGGS . . . Des Moines, la. . . . Home Economics . . . Uniycrsity of Iowa . . . WSGA Style Show Model . . . Delta Delia Delta. • ROBERT E. BRIGGS . . . Racine . . . Lahor Management . . . Alpha Kappa Psi . . . Alpha Sigma Phi. • HAROLD J. BRI- KOW Ski . . . Merrill . . . Agricidtural Engineering . . . Alpha Zeta: Tan Beta Pi: Pi Tan Sigma . . . ASAE, President . . . Delta Theta Sigma. • (;ENE E. BRliroN . . . Madison . . . Recreation. • ROBERT B. BKLCE . . . Madison . . . Finance . . . Finance Society . . . Sigma Chi. • ROBERT W . BRl CE . . . Oconto . . . Geology . . . Band; (;eology Clidi. Fourth Row: CAROLYN BRUEGGEMANN . . . Wauwatosa . . . Oecui)atioual Therapy . . . OT Cluh: Senior Dolphin Club, President. • THOMAS T. BRUMM . . . Racine . . . Marketing . . . Marketing Cluh. • MARILYN M. BRUSS . . . Wauwalosa . . . Child Development . . . Student (;oyernment. Public Relations: Campus Chest. • THEP] M. BRZEZINSKl . . . Sobieski . . . Physical Education . . . Newman Club; International Club: Physical Education Club. • JACK SCOTT BUCHANAN . . . Nekoosa . . . Chemical Engineering . . . Alpha Chi Sigma . . . Tau Beta Pi: Phi Lambda Upsilon . . . AIChE, President. • KEITH J. BUCHANAN . . . Chippewa Falls . . . Electrical Engineering . . . Wisconsin State College, Eau Claire . . . Institute of Radio Engineers . . . Tau Beta Pi; Eta Kappa Nu. Corresponding Secretary . . . MllA Radio Club; Chess Club. i i o 367 O NANCY I,. BUCHANAN . . . Chippewa Falls . . . Kelale.l Aris . . . lliiion Crafi- CimiiniHee; Ilifjii-Scliool Day; Civilian Defense Training ( ' .liairnian; Harnant Social Chairman. HVy Rl CkMN . . . Onalaska . . . Joiinialisin . . . Cuiarilo. . . I ' hcla Sifinia I ' hi; l.,rlar Hnar.h CriK-ihle, Ircasiirrr . . . I)ail Cardinal. ssislanl Si ri M I ' .ililor, National Adverlisinf; Manafjer; (Careers Con- frrcnrc. ( iU ' i ' ks and llshers (Chairman; Senior Swinj;oiit . . . Alpha i Delia. Vi.e-1 ' residenl. JOHN BUONOCKKK. ,11!. . . . Nr« lork. %.- .... Economics . . . Scalihard and Blade . . . SliidenI Board Snh-Commillee; Baseball; () ' lopus. RAl ' HAEl. BLIIK . c JOHN C. BLISl . . . Ml. Vernon. N. Y. . . . liidnslrial Psychology . . . Davis and Elkiiis Collefje; larielta College . . . Society for . dvance- nienl of Maiia emenl; iiUer Carnival . . . Delta Llpsilon, Secretary. I ' lcd ' e Master. I ' l; l ' i:i{ W . BLM)K . . . Wisconsin Rapids . . . Political Science . . . I ' crshiiig Killes; Winter Carnival. S[ ecial Events. 19.52; Inter-Frater- nitv-Coinicil Uepresentalive . . . . lpha Delta Phi. JOHN W. BURCKLE. ..(;reenBay Psi . . . Marketing Club. Mpha Kapp; EDWIN R. BUR(;ER . . . Madison . . . Civil Engineering. DONALD E. BURGOYNE . . . Milwaukee . . . Pharmacy . . . Wis- consin Pharmaceutical Society. PRISCILLA P. BURHANS . . . Alexandria. Va. . . . English . . . (iollege League of Woman Voters; Prom. Pnblicitv Committee; ILS Banquet. WIMI-RED G. BURKHALTER . . . Madison . . . Child Develop- ment . . . Phi Upsilon Omicron . . . Dol] hins; Panhellenic Summer Rush Alpha Xi Delta. ( ' .o-Chairman XRCHIE ROY BLRKS . . . Louisville, Ky. . . . Mathematics . . . Phi Eta Sigma: Mace . . . Insurance Societv; " W " Clidi; Football; Track; Military Ball King. 19.52; ROTC Chicago Tribune Award; ROTC National Defense Transportation .4 ward . . . Phi Delta Theta. President. THEADORA BUSCH . . . Milwaukee . . . English . . . Dominican College. Calif. ANNAMAE BUSSE . . . Sheboygan . . . Home Economics . . . Carroll College . . . Phi Upsilon Omicron . . . Union Crafts Committee . . . Delta Gamma. EDWARD C. BUSSE . . . Newton . . . Accounting . . . Manitowoc Extension . . . Beta Alpha P. i . . . Phi Eta Sigma. MARY KAY CAFFERT . . . Ma lison . . . Accou.iling . . . Phi Chi Theta . . . Sigma Epsilon Sigma; Beta Gamma Sigma . . . Sophomore Honors . . . Mpha Phi. Vice-President. KENNETH CAHN . . . Highland Park, III. . . . Mechanical Engineer- ing . . . Purdue . . . ASME; SAE; Jazz Club. (;ERALD E. CALDER . . . Oshkosh . . . Pharmacy . . . Rho Chi. JE N CAMERON . . . Lincoln. III. . . . History . . . Academic Affairs (ionnnittee; Big Sister Committee; Scholastic Workshop; Campus Chest . . . (ramma Phi Beta. Vice-President. LEONARD CAMPBELL, JK. . . . Milwaukee . . . Economics . . . Finance Club . . . Beta Theta Pi. R0(;ER J. CAREY . . . Milwaukee . . . Agricultural Engineering . . . Basketball: Boxing; Baseball . . . Sigma Alplia Epsilon. . Kappa unting . . . Beta 4? ELAINE C.XRLE . . . Wauwatosa . . . Home Economies Kajtpa Gamma. EARL E. C;ARL0SKY . . . Fond du Lac . . . . c Alpha Psi . . . Tail Kappa Epsilon. (;USrAFE RAYMOND CARLSON . . . Lake Geneva . . . Iiulustrial Management . . . Fraternity Buyers Cooperative . . . Phi Kappa Sigma. 368 JLD ' I (AKMKN . . . (;ln|.|H«;. lalU . . . |.|,lir,l ,l Swiiigoiil, L slicrs Cliairniaii; W S( ; Sl lr Sli.i«. . lil«.(Nk.r . . . l ' liv i,;,l ■|■l„■,•a|. I ' lixM,;,! Ihcr.ii.N Cl.ili . . . Ka|.|ia ELIZABETH CMU ' ENTEI! . . . Hra.lfonI .liiiiii.r ( ...ll.-c . Kappa (rainina. lilCll Mil) I,. CVKK . . . Janrsxillr . . . American liisliluli.ms . . . lll Miinnil (.(..ninitlcc: lll Eilirary Commitlee; Vilas House rrisidcTil : W iri l(i lliiiisc Pri ' sideiil ; llisperia Forensies . . . Hispanic . . . Si ni;. Delia I ' i . . . Clii I ' M. ANN L. CAK ' l ' EK . . . Bronv%illc, N.I V.ntiU , . . . Coll.y Jiinior College . . . Chi Omega. KICII Mil) EHKMONT CARTER . . . Benton . . . Journalism . . . Mil linli.ial Board: Daily Cardinal, Editor, Managing Editor. Asso- ciate Editor; Eailovis House, President, Social Chairman: Wisconsin Regional National Student Association, Public Relations Chairman. DOLORES JOAN CASCIARO . . . Racine . . . Hispanic Studies . . . I panish Cliih: Hoofers; International Club; House Presiiletils " Comicil: iskcliquclte Publicity Chairman . . . Sigma Delta Pi. ANrilO.N J. CASCIO . . . Madison . . . Spanish. P. TRICIA A. CASE . . . Two Rivers . . . Applied Art . . . Union Crafts Committee, Union Gallery Committee . . . Delta (iamnia. ROBERT L. CASTLEBERG . . . Durand . . . Economics . . . Ii. San nlonio College . . . Delta Psi Omega . . . Sigma Nu. WILLIAM (;. C TLIN . . . Loval . . . Civil Engineering . . . Chi Epsilon: Delta Epsilon . . . niA Cabinet: Student Board; Chairman of Military Ball Court of Honor. NANCY C. CAVANAUGH . . . Wauwatosa . . . Economics . . . Mil- waukee Extension . . . ISA, Public Relations Commitlee. HELEN CELLARIUS . . . Madison . . . Russian Literature . . . Inter- national (]luh; Russian Club. CAROL A. CHADWICK . . . Nashotah . . . Economics . . . W cllesley College . . . Gamma Phi Beta. DIANE K. CHADWICK . . . Nashotah . . . Applied Arts . . . Milwau- kee State College . . . Gamma Tlieta Upsilon. JAMES C. CHAPEL, Jr. . . . Kenosha . . . Electrical Engineering . . . Wisconsin Engineer Staff . . . Triangle Fraternitv. FRANK I. CHARLESWORTH, JR. . . . Kaukauna . . . Civil Engineering . . . ASCE . . . Alpha I ' au Omega. JANICE M. CHARLIER . . . Luxemburg . . . Home Economics- Education . . . Inlervarsity (;hrislian Fellowship. Social Chairman. Assistant Program Chairman. JANET R. CHARN . . . Winnetka, 111. . . . French . . . Denison Uni- versity: University of Geneva, Switzerland . . . University Chorus: Women ' s Chorus; Student Board. I ' ublic Relations Committee . . . Kappa Alpha Tlieta. HARRIET R. CHASE . . . W atertown . . . Music . . . Sigma Alpha Iota, President . . . Phi Kappa Phi . . . Inler-Varsity Christian Fellow- ship; Concert Band; A Capella Choir: Tournament of Soug, 1952, Co- Chairman. HELEN CHASE . . . Waukesha . . . Social Work. JUNE CHAYKIN . . . New ork . . . French Area Studies . . . WFSA, Chairman of Recreation Commission: SlnilHe Shop, Chairman. JOHN A. CHECK . . . Sliebo gan Committee . . . Boxing. Manager. ALVO R. CHERNE . . . Milwaukee Epsilon Kappa . . . Dolphins. (;erali f. cherweznik . . . S isconsin I ' liarmacculical ssocialior Secretar . . Sociology . . . L iiioii Cirafis . Phvsical Education . . . Phi lil» i; NcM ikcc . . . I ' harm nan tllul. . . . IMi Kappa. 369 CMiOl, .1. CIIUISTKNSK.N . . . Iil»aiik.r . . . Kcliiralioii-Kcorea- lioii . . . I nixrisil% ( .lioriis: Krcnalion I .alinraloiN : IJad ' i-r Club, Si ' crilar) ami .lii li( ' ial (iliairinan. CAHOIAN CIIKISI ' KNSKN . . . I ' almvra . . . ISusiiicss K.lii.all.m . . . I ' lii C.lii Tlirla. lU KI ' ON (111 DM.Ol ' K . . . MciK.inniii. ' . . . c. iiiniliiif; . . . Zela Hcla laii. K rill.KKN CIlllKCII . . . Mailison . . . Speeih ( ..imTiic.n . . . I ' hi H.la . . . I ' i Beta I ' lli. Sccnlarx. FOKKSr .1. (lAKK Point . . . Ecoiiomii ' s. M |{(;i . « ' .l, l{k . . . Weyauwega . . . Home Etoiiomics " ,,un- lir|Hil.li,aii- . . . Drlla Zela. THOMAS N. CLAKK . . . Ma.liso.i . . . I ' olilical S.irnre . . . Pnn Corps . . . Sigma Alpha Kpsilon. CVKOI, KLEIN CLEMENS . . . Ma.lison . . . ri. JOILN A. CLEMENS . . . Madison . . . Finaiiie . . . HuMK.rol.i Fraternity Sing; Campus Community Chest . . . IJella Upsilon. CAROLINE CLOSE . . . Milford, Ohio . . . Frencli . . . Wis.onsin Hoofers; French Club ... Pi Beta Phi, Activities Chairman. THOMAS O. COCHRANE . . . Portage . . . Soil Conservation an.i Agriculture Economics . . . Delta Kappa Epsilon. ARTHUR A. COHEN . . . Milwaukee . . . Economics . . . National Inlernalional Commission of Sludenl Board: Campus Chest, Fraternity Chairman; Asia eek. Chairman . . . Alpha Epsilon Pi. DONALD J. COHEN . . . Milwaukee . . . Medical Science . . . Phi Eta Sigma ... Pi Lambda Phi, Secretary, Treasurer. GEORGEA L. COHEN . . . Toledo. Ohio . . . Social Work . . . Social Work Club; Special Projerl Commission. Secretary; WSGA Independent Co-ordinator; Campa Dame. ( lonunil li-c Si-crclary; Community Chest; ISA Representative; i kils: l.iiiiulii l.oM c. W A Representative, Co- Social Chairman. President. ice-Presidenl. Secretary; Union Usher. DONALD FREDERICK COIIN . . . Monroe. Mich. . . . Sociology . . . Hoofers: llalian (ilub: Usher: Campus Blood Drive, Publicity Chair- man; Ice Cabaret ... Pi Lambda Phi. LEE S. COHN . . . Milwaukee . . . Medicine . . . Phi Eta Sigma . . . lpha Epsilon Pi. MARVANN COLDWELL . . . Port Edwards . . . Physical Therapv . . . Mount Mary College . . . Physical Therapy Clidi; Senior Dolphin Club; Newman Club. ORLIN E. COLEMAN . . . Lowell . . . Agricultural Education . . . Taylor University . . . FFA: Saddle and Sirloin: MHA Wooilworking Club; Wesley Foundalion; Badger Christian Fellowship; High House. Social Chairman; Arnold Air Society. Adjutant. BARBARA A. FALCK . . . Green Bay . . . Medical Technology . . Mpha Delta Theta . . . Sigma Epsilon Sigma. BRUCE D. COLLINS . . . Appleton . . . Accounting . . . Phi El Sigma. Appleton . . . .Accounting Electrical Engineering JAMES R. COLLINS . . . Wauwatosa isconsin Engineer . . . Triangle. DANIEL E. COLVIN . . . Middleton . . . Electrical Engineering . . . Eta Kappa Nn . . . AIEE. IRE, Secretary-Treasurer. EUGENE COMISKEY . . . Wauwatosa . . . Economic . . . llarcsfool: I -I- ' Chorus . . . Sigma Chi. M VRV G. CONLIN . . . Columbus . . . Home Economics-Education . . . Phi Upsilon Omicron . . . Oniicron Nu . . . Edgewood College . . . Blue Shield; 4-H; Euthenies. 370 imiN . Cdl ' l ' . . . liiili c.ii . . . Irilriii.ili.Mul |{.-l.,li,,n- . . . S,-.il,l,.,nl ,11, . I Ulailr . . . I ' lii Delia Tli.-la. W II. 1. 1 M i;. COKNKLILS. jli. . . . I ' ;iik Ui.l-r. Ill I ;, oMomi.s . . . I ' lii Delia riiela, Soeial (.liaimiaii. I ' L l-A . .N COKMSJI . . . I I. ikiii .,ii . . . S| Ii Cunriioii . . . Delia Si ma Klio. Viee-Prefiileiit: I ' i l,anili la Tliela. .Seerelar . . . W iM-onsin I ' on ' iisie I iiioii. Seirelar . Viee-I ' resideiU: S(; jiiilieial Heard: SI.IC Siilie.immiiiee: ( ;riieil le. Presideni: lorlar Board: IIS Coumil. Seerelar : liiiM-rsilN Deliale Team: W iseiiiisin Muiniii »ard ftir ( tiilslandiili: Junior W , ' ,iiiaii . . . D.lla Delia Delia. I ' resi- denl. Viee-lVeside.U. GEORCK E. COSTEN . . . Kenosha . . . Mechanical Engineering . . . .ASME . . . l!hri. tian Science Organi alion, Presideni. ROBKKT ;. COTTER . . . Waukesha . . . Fharmaev . . . Newman Chih: .Sailing Cliili: WPIIS Studeni Braneli: House Puhlicily Chairman. lERRV T. COWLEY . . . Blanchardville . . . Natural Science . . . Hoofers, . rchery (Chairman, Heel Chairman: Union Camera Club: CJardinal, Photographer: Winter Cariii al. I ' holographer: Varhl Cliili Dance Chairman. RICH RI) . CR (;0 . . . Milwaukee . . . Metallurgical Engineering . . . ASM . . . l ME . . . Chanilierlain House, President. JAMES E. CRALNE Epsilon Kappa . . . " W ' Secretary. JOANNE CRAMER . Coffey Junior College . . W ale Cluh. . .m . . . Physical Education . . . Phi irsilv Kootliall . . . Phi Delta Thela. Institute Commit If slii| Chair Ardmore, Pa. . . . Occupational Therapy . . . . Phi Thela Kappa . . . Craft Committee. Chairman: OT Cluh . . . Alpha i Delta. Scholar- JLILIE ANN CRANE . . . Chippewa Ealls . . . Speech Education . . . Delta Sigma Rho . . . Wisconsin Forensic Union-Varsity Debate . . . Alpha Chi Omega. NORMA CROSS . . . Buffalo, N. V Speech . . . Pan Hel Ball, Co- Chairman Tickets; Military Ball Queen ... Pi Beta Phi, Song, Intra- mural Chairman. KERMIT G. CUDD . . . Shawano . . . Economics. KATHRYN J. CUBELA . . . HiUsboro . . . Marketing . . . Phi Chi Theta . . . Sophomore Honors: Marketing Club; Panhellenic Council: Cardinal . . . Delta Delta Delta, Tr KATHLEEN FRANCES CULHANE . . . Rockfor.l. Ill Sociology . . . Gulf Park College . . . Hoofers: Senior Dolphins. Vice-President. I ' ulilicity Manager: University Choir . . . Kappa Alpha Thela. I ' ATRICIA A. CUNNINGHAM . . . Canton, Ohio . . . English . . . A Capella Choir: Wisconsin Athenaean: Wisconsin Klea. Business Manager. RICHARD V. CURTIS . . . Milwaukee . . . Economics . . . SAM: Campus Chest. Finance Committee: Campus Carnival Finance Com- mit lee. MARY-FRANCES CUTNAW . . . Stevens Point . . . Speech . . . .Scheders . . . Phi Beta: Sigma Tan Delta . . . W isconsin Players: Student Board, Promoticm Chairman; Badger, Assistant Activities Editor: Union House Committee; Union Dance Committee . . . Gamma Phi Beta. DUANE DAENTL . . . Madison . . . Si.eech . . . Varsity Crew . . . Tan Kappa Epsilon. DIANE A. DAHl Bloomer . . . Medicine ... Eta Kappa Lambda . . . Dolphins: Bailger Star lusters: LS. : Elizabeth Waters, Presideni. Secretary: Orientation: Junior Prom Promotions. CHARLES F. DAHLKE . . . Princeton . . . Economics . . . " W ' Club; arsity Basketball. DONALD E. DAMON . . . Madison . . . Recreation . . . DMS . . . Recreation Leadership Club: Provost Corps: University Mens Chorus. President. KlCIIAKl) L. D NNER . . . Rhinclander . . . Accounting . . . North- western College . . . Varsity Crew . . . Kappa Sigma. EVERETT H. DARROW . . . New London . . . Insurance . . . Insur- ance Society; Jones House, Secretary. DAVE G. DAVIES . . . Waukesha . . . Economics . . . Delia Epsilon . . . YMCA; MH. , Social Committee, Elections Committee: WSSF: Swenson House; Fallows House, Social Chairman; W ork Dav Promo- tions Committee; Job Opportunities Speakers Chairman: W HA .Studeni Announcer, Campus Carnival. Dormsylvania . . . Sigma Phi Epsilon. h ' ir l Ron: RICHARD J. DAVIES . . . Waukesha . . . In.lustrial MaiiagemeiU . . . AIChE: SAME: SAM: The Wisconsin Eii ;incei-. Vdverlisinj; Business Manager . . . Triangle. President, Treasurer. • GRETCHEN A. DAVIS . . . Royal Oak. Mich. . . . Correclional Adniinisiralinn . . Ohio Wesleyan University . . . Kappa Kappa Gamma. • DONALD R. DAWLEY . . . Mailison . . . Geography . . . Band. Seamd Row: MICHAEL DAYENIAN . . . Waukegan, 111. . . . Pharmacy . . . Kappa Psi. • ELLEN DEBBINK . . . Ocono.n.m „ ■ . . . Ps chology . . . Sigma Rpsilon Sigma . . . Panhellenic Representative: Union House Committee . . . Gamma Phi Beta. Treasurer. • jnllN . I)K HKl IX. JR Kenosha . . . Zoology. • NORBERT V. DE BYLE . . . Green Bav . . . Soils . . . Alpha Zela . . . 1-11 (luh: Mhic Shield; ll,H,f.r Pro- vost Corps. • DOROTHY E. DEDOW . . . Van Dyne . . . Accounting . . .Phi Chi Thela . . . Delta Zeta, Treasurer. • I WIKS I- . DKI.O ' E . . . Milwaukee . . . Insurance . . . Student Athletic Board: Varsity Temiis, Captain . . . Thela Delta Chi, President. Third Row: WILLIAM E. DE MALIGNON . . . Aberdeen. S. D. . . . Malhematics-L S . . . Phi Eta Sigma . . . International Clid.: Sx mphonv Orchestra. Vice-President, Librarian. • MICHAEL J. DEMCAK . . . Milwaukee . . . Accounting . . . Alpha Kappa Psi. • J. J. 1. DKMKKS . . . Milwaukee . . . Economics . . . Wisconsin Idea Theater: W Club: Fencing. Co-Captain: Northlight, Circulation Manager. • ELI.I N DE MOE . . . Evanston. Ill Music . . . Young R. puhlicins; A Capella Choir . . . Alpha Phi . Song Leader. • AVERY W ILLIAM DENKERT . . . Neenah . . . Business Administration . . . lpha K.i[ipa Psi . . . Pershing Rifles; MHA Commons Committee: Siebecker House, Treasurer. President: Prom Finance Committee. • THOMAS A. DKRSE . . . Milwaukee . . . Zoology . . . Hunting and Fishing Clidj . . . Gilman House, Publicitv Chairman. Social Chairman. I 372 I V s i ' ,i, . 1)1 VM; I)I;I!I S . . . K.iNk.iiHi.i . . . S|.,M-, li K.liirali.Mi . . . Zcla I ' lii Kla . . . W II I ' hncrs: Miliiary Ball Queen; Wiskclickel Cirrula- lioii Slall . . . I),lla D.lla Drlla. • II l{()l.l) K. ) : 11 NCI.) . . . W esl Bend . . . K.ital S.Mioloj. ' % Kcrrealion • BAKBAUA I,. DKWK ' ) . . . aiu%al.. a . . . KiifrJir-li-Kcliiralicn ... I iiloii liclnal. ( : .-( .luilrman: L nicm Aili ilii-, liiinaii. Si-.niarv: ( )ricnlali n-. I lwiii..n.ln;. ' v: llnmr- ,nmiii- . . . I ' i B.la IMil. Inasiint. • W 11, M l l{. I )( )l .1 , SK . . . Vl. Alkinsoii . . . KIcriri.al Kii-i.i.-.rin- . . . kappa Kla kappa. I ' uMicilv Cliaiiinaii . . . AlKE. • W II. 1. 1 l I ' . DOI.SON . . . .Soiuli .Milwaukee . . . Science. • AAUON Dl M()M) . . . Goodrich . . . Economics. Snaiiil v ' .,i(. Kl in 1)1 , . . . Milwaukee . . . Keerealion . . . Recreation Clul.: Winter Carnival: Campus Carnival: -Teen Advisor . . . lplia Camuia Delta. • l) MKI. DICklll T . . .West llis . . . rt Education . . . Newman Club: Art Club. • KENNETH II. 1)1 EK Kl )K(;EI . . . W .st Sal.m . . . Veeounlin- . . . lplia Kappa I ' si. • kENNETH V. DIETHMAN . . . Spencer . . . Social Work . . . Educatioual-Scliolarsliip Co.niiiii : Lal ' ollette House. Vii e-IVesident. • Md.EN E. DINS . . . Colby . . . Economics . . . Finance Society. • CVKOEE I.. Dll T- l W ... I, a Crosse . . . French ... La Crosse State (iolletre. riiinl Kou: ANN N. DO. ' VN . . . Madison . . . Agricultural Bacteriology . . . Ohio Wesleyan University . . . Kappa kappa (;amma. • KOBEKT I. DDNN . . . New York . . . French . . . French Club. I ' resident: Hugh Smith Prize. • ALFRED J. D " ON()FRI() . . . Euclid. Ohio . . . Civil lai-iricering . . . ASCE . . . Phi kappa. • IMl ' i LI. IS DOR ZIO . . . Susex . . . English . . . Scheders, Secrelarv. • lllOM S .1. DORN . . . Milwaukee . . . Pharmacy . . . Kappa Psi . . . W isc.usin Pharmaceutical Society; Men ' s Halls Chorus. • RICIIVRD I). DDL BLEDAV . . . Madison . . . Mechanical Engineering . . . Nautilus Society: SAE . . . 1952 Military Ball Executive Chairman: Navy Choir. Fimrth Him: MICHAEL DREW . . . Neenah . . . Political Science . . . Cardinal. Assistant Sports Editor; I-F Council . . . Delta Kappa Epsilon. • FREDERICK L. DREXLER . . . Manitowoi ' . . . Economics . . . Young Republicans; I-F Chorus ... Pi Kappa Alpha. • WILLIAM C. DRIES . . . West Allis . . . Mechanical I ' .ngineering . . . Sigma Delta Omega . . . S.VE. Secretary. Polygon Board Represenlalive: - SME ... Pi kappa Alpha. • JOHN J. DRIVES . . . Madison . . . Dairy Husbandry . . . Sigma Nu. • ALDEN N. DRUCKER . . . Brooklyn, N. Y English . . . Alpha Epsilon Pi. • FRANKLIN RONALD DUBIN . . . Milwaukee . . . Accounting . . . Military Ball, Finance Chairman: Campus Carnival; _MIL , Finance Committee, Social Committee . . . Zela Beta Tau. 373 .ii; N i. i)iii)i,K C.ll.-. ' ,- . . . nii Km.T ' . Madis. rrcasiim . lloMir l ' .( I ' l hrl.l I ' ll Si,-|,l„ IJKKMCK 1)1 Kli . . . I ' oiid ilii l,ar . . . K.ir.-alioii . . . .Sif;ina Kpsiloii Simula: I ' i l.aiiilMla I ' licla. rr.si l. nl . . . I iiivi-rsil y Chorus: liiilcl Sliidi-iil l ' .-ll()«slii|), Kccii-alioii I )ir Mlioii. Mdilcraliir: Wisconsin Slu- (Icnl Kecrcalion As»o ' ialion. KDWMUl I ' . DUKWKL . . . lil«aiik.c . . . Kncinwrin;; Si-nia; I ' au Hila I ' i . . . SAK: ASMK; Varsiu Track. I ' i I ' ai H |{H U .). 1)1 I ' I. .. Madison... rl Kducaliou... Si-ma KpsiloM Si-nia; I ' i l.amlida llicla: Sifjina I.and.da; (iamma Al| lia ( llii . . . So|.lionior.- iionorf.; Careers Confcroiuo . . . Mplia (ianima Delia. i; l IKr .1. 1)1 |•|• . . . Kenosha . . . llislor . . . N. niari CImIk I-I Cliorns; Schcdcr.s: Oricntalioii . . . I ' hi Kappa. FRANK R. DUIS, .IK. . . . Slerhng, III. . . . Physical Educalion . . . I ' lii Kpsilon Kappa . . . " W " Club, Vice-Presidenl; Uads " Day Chairman: Track: ( Iross !oiinlrv. .I.AMES F. DUNN . . . Madison . . . Economics . . . Haresfool; Finance Sociely: Newman Club; Campus Carnival, Co-Chairman Proniolions: Orienlalion; Prom, Boxes Chairman: Vt inler Carni al: llumorolofiy . . . Delta Upsilon, Social Chairman. 1 RI,ENE DUNN . . . Fall River . . . En-lish lloniecoming: Wisconsin Plavers; Inler-Ualls Confei llumiirolo;;v: ROBERT DUNNE Treasurer, President. Whilefi-sh Bay N ANNETTE M. DUWE . . . Milwaukee . . . Speech Education. 1 WIES A. DYER . . . Madison . . . Economics . . . Orientation Thcta TJella Chi. EVERETT R. EASTMAN . . . South Wavue . . . Chemislrv. WILLIAM J. EASTON. JR. ROBERT D. EBERIIARDT Chi Sigma: Al| ha Phi Omega . MiKvaukei- . . . tJeography. Milwaukee . . . Chemistry Mpli . German Club: French Club. SIEGFRIED W. EBERIIARDT . . . Madison . . . Landscape An lii- lecture . . . Phi .Sigma . . . Landscape Council Ring: Citv and Regional Planning Club: (;ra.l Club: Ag Student Coun il. .FAMES M. EBEKT . . . Milwaukee . . . Pharmacy . . . Rho Chi . . . Kappa Psi, Secretary . . . Pharmaceutical Sociely; Mens Hall Chorus . . . Kappa Psi. DOLORES L. EBLING . . . Milwaukee . . . Correctional Ailminislra- tion . . . Crime Club; United Student Fellowship. WALTER R. EBLING . . . Madison . . . Industrial Management . . . Student Board; Student Athletic Board; Nautilus Society; " " Club: Military Ball Board: Homecoming, General (Jhairman; Fencing, i ' .n- Captain . . . Beta Thcla Pi. lACK F. ECKELAERT . . . Niagara . . . Mechanical Engineering . . . ASME; SAE; Mil A. Social Chairman; Christmas Dance; Varsity Fool- ball . . . Sigma Chi. MERL SHELDON EDELMAN . . . Milwaukee . . .Journalism . . . Sigma Delia Chi . . . Cineclub, E ciuti e Board; Octopus; Rochdale Mens (.( -( )peralive Association, Se relary. ROBERT W. EDLAND . . . Madison . . . Medical Science . . . Phi Eta Sigma . . . Phi Chi . . . Sophomore Honors. L RR J. E(;(;ERS . . . lerrill . . . Economi cs . . . Forensii- Uni. ii: Prom Arraugenenis Chairman: New Sliulenl Week, Chairman: Sopho- more Honors: Mil A Chorus . . . Kappa Sigma. DO ' TTIE A. E(;(;ER ' T . . . Manitowoc . . . Home Economics . . . (iamma Alpha ( hi . . . Homecoming Ball Dance Chairman; Winter liarnival Ball Chairman: Badger; Orientation; Home Economics Day: Country Magazine; llnion Dance f ommit ti-i-; Hoofer, . . . Delta Zela. KENNETH EICHENBAL l . . . Milwauke.- . . . pplied Art . . . Delta Epsilon; Mace: I!I Workshop: Proiu. Chairman; tlanjiii- Chest; Summer Prom, Art Dircitor: Badger, Art Editor; Spectator. Business Manager, Associate Editor. Art E litor: Cardinal, Cartoonist: Octopus, Art Editor: Executive Editor. 374 JOHN W. KI.I)KEI)(;K . . . Niafiara I ' alls. N. V Pharmacy . . . Wisconsin Pliarnia eiili al Assoiialinn . . . I ' oolhall Mana irr: W cslcv Foundation. l ARIE L. ELLSTON . . . Janesville . . . Home Economics . . . ISA rcpresenlalivc: Langdon Hall, Social Chairman: ISA Christmas Dance, (General (chairman. II VKVE D. EIAIEK Treasurer. Civil En. ' inee l ' E(;(; A. EEVEHJEM . . . Madison . . . Home Economics . . . (.am|uis Eeague of Women Voters: Campus Red Cross . . . Alpha i Delta. I ' VUL T. EMERSON . . . Chippewa Falls . . . Journalism . . . Sigma Delta Chi . . . Boxing: Liiiversily Chorus: Cardinal: Northligbt. ANN EMANS . . . Eau Claire . . . Child Development . . . Delta Gamma. LOIS O. ENGEL . . . Madison . . . Child Development . . . Eli, alielli W aters. Unit III, Secretary. Mil. TON O. ENGEl W alerlown . . . Civil Engineering . . . ASCE: SAME: Calvary Lutheran Student Center, Athletic Director. (JRETCHEN A. ENGELHARD ... La Crosse ... Art Education . . . Alpha Psi Omega . . . Wisconsin Players Stage Crew: Symphonv Orchestra: Newman Cluh. MARJORIE A. ENGELLAND . . . Menasha . . . Child Development . . . At Ease Committee. VIRGINIA M. ERDMANN . . . (Jreen Bay . . . Advertising . . . I ' hi Beta: Coranto . . . 770 C luh, Ban i Chairman: Lnion House ( ' ommitlec; Tours Committee: Cardinal: Lhiion News Bureau: oung Repuhlicans: W HA Student News. I.KIF ERICKSON . . . Negaunee . . . Marketing Cluh. Markelin " Alpha Kappa Psi LE ROY ERNST . . . Warren. III. . . . Chemical Engineering . . . IChE . . . Triangle. .1 MES A. EVANS, JR Carmichaels, Pa Industrial Manage- ment . . . Phi Rappa Sigma. MONROE V. EVANS, JR. . . . Madison . . . Chemistry . . . Alpha Chi Sigma . . . New Student W eek, Sub-Chairman. YVONNE EVANS . . . Milwaukee . . . Pharmacy . . . Kappa Epsilou . . . Wisconsin Pharmaceutical Association . . . Delta Gamma. RALPH N. FABRICIUS . . . Waupaca . . . Economics . . . IMii Delia Theta. lll(;0 R. FAILLACE . . . Barranquilla. Columbia . . . Industrial ManagemenI . . . I niernalional Club: Spanish Club: Press House. DEAN POWELL COLEMAN . . . W auwatosa . . . Marketing and Finance . . . Phi Eta Sigma: Beta Gamma: Phi Beta Kappa . . . Noyes House, Scholastic Chairman: Chairman of Facidty Contacts for Com- merce Turnout: Freshman Honors: Sophomore High Honors: Nielsen Scholarship: Finance Society, Vice-President: Marketing Clid): Spanish Club: Hunting and Fishing Club. PEDER J. FALSTAD . . . Devils Lake, N. D. . . . Economics . . . { mcordia College . . . Society for Advancement of Management. STEW ART D. FARLEY . . . Wauwatosa . . . Economics . . . Delta Upsilon. JENESE M. FARREL . . . Eau Claire . . . Nur-mg . . . Sumnu-r Prom (,)ueen: WSGA Modeling Chairman: Svmphoiiy ( )r heslra: Delta Gamma. JOHN W . FARRELL . . . Madison . . . Mclaihirgiral Engineering . . . ASM . . . Mining and Metallurgy Club . . . Thela Delia Chi. Rushing Chairman, House Manager. JOHN R. FASSIE . . . Racine . . . Business Adminii tration . . . Racine Extension . . . Alpha Kappa Psi . . . Campus Chest; Freshman Orienta- tion: Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship: NHIA Down Campus Com- mittee: Barbell Club. .;j f.lS 375 HI ' .HWUn A. FEDOK . . . Uoihs.liiM .. . S llv. SAK: ■ AC: N.-wman Cluli. l H I ' KI.I.KK . , . (;rr..,i HaN . Drha ' I ' lirla ... I iiioii Canu.. Com W 11,1,1 l r. I i;i,l) I N . . , 1ai Mr.haiii.al [ ' , Mrdi.al ■|Vrliii,,l,,- ii . . . Kcoiioiiiii ' s. Mplui . . .I.Mirrialis.n . . . I -I ' Daiu-e (l.-nls Council; (;rrrk Week; I ' M I. M. I ' EINCOl.l) . . . Milwaiikr CfTiimillcr: liiter.lorm l-l ' : I ' ledfic IV Canllnal: Zcla Hola Tan. I.OKKMNK I ' EIGENBAl i l . . . Kasi Chi.af;... In l. . . . Music . . . Si nia lplia I. .la. Vicc-l ' rc i(l.-nl . . . Sifiuia K|im1.mi Sifinia . . . Slu.lciii- laciill Hclaliuus CouiMiivsicu: Capclla Cli.iir; rouruauu-Til oC S,„i-. Xrraimcniculs Cliairmau: llili. ' l Music Cliairnian: Collegium Museum. N NCY L. FELS . . . Soulh Milwaukee . . . IMucali ( lollege . . . Union Dance Commit Icc . . . ( hi ( )iiu ;;a. roll ,1 CK !• :. FEI.SEK . . . Milwaukee . . . rl K.lucalioTi . . . Ill, ■la ( :hi. IMIII.IP Cluh. J. FERSTL . . . Mi.l.llclo, . . . . Markclin- . . . Ma rkcl u f. BEVERLY FIEDLER . . . Berlin . . . Child Developmenl . . . Ri| . n College . . . Eiilhenic.s (Jliih ... Pi Delia Omega. VICTOR H. FIELD . . . Millslou . . . Labor L)nagenient . . . Delia Sigma Pi. W ILLIAM S. FIELDS . . . Milwaukee . . . Economics . . . Milwaukee Extension . . . Alpha Phi Omega . . . Extension Student Board; Exten- sion Badger Record. Advertising Manager: Finance Society. DAVID B. FILVAROFF . . . Janesville . . . Economics . . . Sigma Delta hi . . . Phi Beta Kappa; Phi Ela Sigma: Beta Gamma Sigma; hice. President; Iron Cross . . . SLIC Publications Snb-Committee; Cardinal, hniaging Editor. Edilor-in-Cbief. BETTY .1. FINK . . . Fremont . . . gricultiiral Journalism . . . Coranto. Treasurer . . . Saddle ami Sirb.in (iluli; In ion News Bureau: isconsin Country Magazine. DON FINK . . . Wauwalosa . . . Food I ' cchuology . . . Carlcloii C..llege . . . Hoofers Ski Team . . . Sigma Phi. DONALD W. FINK . . . Sparta . . . Medical Science . . . Central State Collesre . . . Nu Sigma Nn . . . Mediehoir. HARRIET FISCHER . . . Milwaukee . . . Recreation . . . Social Regidalions Committee: Recreation Leadership Association Coinicil; University Chorus. THOMAS R. FISCHER . . . Beaver Dam . . . I ' inance . . . Finance Society. ANN T. FITZSIMMONS . . . Milwaukee . . . Education . . . W isconsin Players: Newman Club . . . Mpha (iamnia Delia. PATRICIA J. FLOM . . . Lansing. 111. . . . Speech . . . University of (Chicago . . . Zela Phi Ela . . . Summer Prom Committee Chairman: Pan-Hel Ball, General Chairman; Union Dance Committee: Union Entertainment Committee; Freshman Honor Night; WSGA Style Show. Senior Coimcilor, Gamma Phi Beta. JAMES (;. FOLLENSBEE . . . Walcrtown . . . NaU.ral Science . . . Botkin House, Social Chairman. Atbleti,- (Jiairman. JAMES D. FORSYTH . . . Dearborn. Mi.h Mechanical Engineer- ing . . . ASME . . . Beta (iamma Sigma: Pi Tau Sigma: Phi Ela Sigma . . . Hoofers, President: Union Directorate. RENDO FLEX . . . Kenosha . . . Electrical Engineering and Racine Extension . . . Kappa Eta Kappa. RITA FORD . . . Janesville Newman Club: S(; : Won and Publicilv. KARL F. FOSS . . . Milwaukee . . . Journalisii tension . . . Phi Eta Siifina . . . Cartlinal. Home Economics . . . Euthenics Club: s ( ' .horns: Brides ' Bazaar, Promotions 376 JOHN W . I ' OSri ' .H . . . lil»a.ikr,- . . . Kronoinics . . . S(ll(,lasli,- CluiiiilKi.l . . . SlMili-Til c-.Ml.-riiic- rr.ilr C.niinill.T . . . 1 1 uiii.in.ln N . . . I ' lii Delia Ihrl.i. I.OIS J. FOX . . . (:iii a!;.). ' H- ■ • ■ S,Hi,,l. ... I iiio.i I ' iliii ( :,.iii- iiiillee, Secrelary . . . Spfakor for HI I DriM- . . . Ciiii- ( ImIp. I.KO ;. rdWXKI.l. . . . Milwaukee . . . Meehanical Kn ' ineeriii!; . . . Si. ' iiKi Dell. I OriH-.i . . . S IK: SAE. W II I I l l. I l{ XNCI N..illi Dak, .la . . . ]:,., „ , l,l KKD . lU NK Ne» Horklonl. . 1). . . . . niuM ii S, iel i.lison . . . Soeiology . . , Kilucation . . . . . lplia Tail Crime ( liil.. Phi Ela Si rma ALL. N D. FRANK . . . Sheboygan . . . Extension Division Activities . . . Wisconsin Forensic Union Slinleiii (.ourieil eaeia. HK.NJAMIN L. FRANK . . . River Falls . . . Pharmacy . . . Kappa I ' si . . . LS.4 . . . Wisconsin Pharmaceutical Society . . . Nautilus Society I 1 IE FRANKE . . . Wausau . . . L S. lU HT ON M. FRANKLIN . . . Milwaukee . . . le,heine . . . Pli Delia KpsiloM . . . Phi Eta Sigma . . . lplui Epsilon Pi. lURBARA FR.VZER . . . Wauwatosa . . . L S . . . Co-Chairman Homecoming Buttons . . . Kappa Alpha Theta, Social Chairman. CI, EN G. FREBEH . . . Walerl.M, . . . Vppjie.l An . . . Fooil.all. .junior Manager . . . Sluilenl Art League. I ' VTRICIA G. FREE . . . BronxNill.-. I ni ersilv Living Coiulitions (iomiiii ( Chairman . . . Kappa Kappa Ganiina. Home Economics . . . Langilon Hall Floor JOHN P. FRENCK . . . a . . . I 1E . . . S 1 . . . Fi;i ' PoKgon Board. DELORES M. FREIDIG . . . Brooklyn . . . Nursing. LOUIS A. FREIZER . . . New York. N. Journalism . . . Sigma Delta Chi . . . Editor. Union News . . . Newswriting Chairman Job Opportunities Committee . . . Campus Chest, Editor . . . Wisconsin Players. Publicity Director . . . Chief Student News Editor, WHA . . . Gridiron Banquet Chairman . . . Senior Council . . . Dogrin Party Exi ' ciilive Council . . . Wisconsin Plavers Writing Committee . . . Senior Class Treasurer 19.53 . . . Zeta Bela Tan. ilosa . . . Metallurgical Engineering Inlranniral baseball and football . . . JOAN FRENZ . . . Bloomer . . . LAS . . . W iskits Ticket Chairman . . . Careers Conference . . . Dolphin ... V . . . Intramural Sports . Sigma Kappa. ANITA M. FREUND ... San Salvador, Central America . . . pplied Art . . . International ( jlub . . . Gallery Committee . . . Prom Piihlicitv . . . lpha Epsiloii Phi. DONN M. FKE . . . Cambridge . . . L S . . . Newman Club . . . . niold Air Society . . . (iampus Carnival . . . Haresfoot Beauty Contest . . . Sigma Chi. FLORENCE E. FREV . . . Scarsdale. N. . . . . Medical Technology . . . Alpha Delta Theta . . . Campus Red Cross . . . Alpha (Jamnia Delia. Treasurer, B KBARA L. FRIDAY . . . Markesan . . . Sociology . . . Eulhenics ( liili: Women ' s Chorus: Badger: SGA Careers Conference: Toiirna- nieiil of Song: Campus Conimunilv Chest: Young Republicans . . . lpha Phi. J WIKS C. FKIEDERICHS . . . Chilion I ' aii . . . rnold ir Society . . . AS.ME. rjUgmeerin " Thela DOLORES S. FRIEDLAND . . . Milwaukee . . . L S . . . Human Rights Coinicil Corresponding Secrelary . . . Ilillel . . . Internatiimal Club . . . Student Board Human Relations (Conference . . . Union House Committee. iU TH FRIEDLXNDER . . . New " iork. . V . . . ri lii,lorN. lOHN C. FKI ' I ' SCHLER, JR. . . . Superior . . . I.a» . . . oimg Kepublicans . . . Student Court Prosecutor . . . Liii ersily I ' irsI Voters Committee . . . Pres House . . . Phi Alpha Delta. 3 " : i iil-.ir-li)wn football j;aiiics iiicaii a lislciiing parly. First Roiv: RICHARD G. FRICK ... Si. Charles, III. . . . Pharmacv . . . American Pharmaceutical Association . . . Alpha Tau Omajra. • CON- STANCK R. FRIED . . . Warren, Ohio . . . Physical Education . . . ' WAA; Dolphins; Women ' s P. E. Club, President. • WILLIAM F. I ' M 11 . . . Madison . . . Mechanical En ;lneerin ; . . . ASME . . . Sigma Chi. Second Row: LEONHARD H. FROEIII.ICII . . . Reedsburg . . . Chemical Engineering . . . AlCliE. • SUSAN J. FROHLICH . . . New York, N. V. . . . English . . . Rockford College . . . Slutlent Board: ISA; Careers Conference; Campus Chest. • WILLIAM C. FUCIK . . . Delroii. Mich. . . . Landscape Architecture . . . Freshmen Track; Landscape Council Ring. President; Rifle Team . . . Kappa Sigma. • N OI.K N. FULLER . . . New London . . . Finance . . . Newman Club; YGOP: International Relations Club . . . Lambda Chi l|.lia. Social ( .liairtuaii. • WILLIAM H. GADOW, JR. . . . Waimakee . . . Medical Science . . . Phi Gamma Delta. • LEXANI)FK J. c; LFTSK. . . . Ma.lison . . . Russian Literature . . . Camera Club. Vice-President; Ru.ssian Club. PresidcnI. Third R,m-: PATRICK K. (GALLAGHER . . . Racine . . . Chemistry. • MARJOKIE GANTHER . . . Oshkosh . . . Occui.ational Tlicrapy. • M LOU GARD . . . lola, Kan Home Economics Education . . ' . Blue Shield Country Life Club, President; Ag Student Council, Secretary. • LESLIE J. GARFIELD . . . Farest Hills, N. Y History . . . Freshman Crew; Hoofers; French Club; United World Feileralists. • JOAN GARFINKEL . . . Milwaukee . . . Speech Correction . . . Sigma Rappa Phi . . . Eta Kappa Lambda . . . Student Board. • ESTHER E. (;ARVE . . . Appleton . . . Journalism . . . Gamma Alpha Chi . . . Newman Club; Co-Editor Northlight; Senior Section Editor Badger . . . Theta Phi Alpha, Treasurer. 378 V s( ' ,.,(. I;M 11 ini (; U K; . . . (iarv. In.l i;ii-li li an.l S|.. .tIi . . . alionalSliHleiU Ass.MialM.i.: I iiion Musi,- Co.iimin.-r: Campus (h.-sl: (),i,.„lali..„; NS . Clialriuau. S.-rnlarx -Inasurvr . . . I ' i R.-la IMii. • DOI.OKKS (JASPARDO . . . Lake hculali . . . I ' lnsiral Ivlucalion . . . I ' lnsiral K.lu.ali.M, Clul.. So.ial ( Jialiuiaii: W . (...-( Jiaiiu.au of Iriliauiural Basketball. • UAKOI.I) . (iXri ' lK . . . Itari,,,- . . . Kloc- lii.al Kiif;iM.-.ilu- . . . Kappa iMa Kappa . . , MKK: lUK. • !( .lOI! ( ). (; IILKK . . . Madis.m . . . Kconomio. • N NK (; DSKWITZ . . . lil«auk,c . . . Ciiihl Dcvclopiucnl ... I niou Nous. ' ( lou.inil Ire: Campus Cli.-sl . . . (Jamma Phi Bda. • l.lvS ' lKK (iAUTHIKK . . . I.ona . . . f;ri(Millurc I ' .ii iiicc-riri . . . Aiurricaii .S i,iii of Afrriiullurc Ivifiiiieers; Ainctiiaii SiifiiMy of Mililaiv I ' .ufjineers . . . Delia ' I ' liela Si;;ma. S ;nn,l Hon: TIIOM S W . (iVVKir . . . MiKvaukee . . . I ,al.or- l anaf;em.Mil . . . Phi Ela Sigma . . . I ' oium Coinmil le.-. l II Cal.nrl: Blocl l)ii ,i Cairipus Clicsi. • (i Kl )U( ; K (; W K )NSK I ... 1 il« aukce ... I .alior- Management ... SAM. • l)()N l,l) I). (; 1 . . . Ma.lison . . . Civil i;.i-i,i,rii if;.ln.lusl.ial l auaf;eni.-nl . . . Clii Kp.ilou. V iir-PivsidciU : Badf ' cr. Assoriale Editor: W is.-,.nsiii Ku-in,-,-r: luler-IVal.ruil v Couu- ril; Wirilci (anlixal. Busiu.ss lauaf. ' ,-r: V.SCK. Scin-laiN ... lpha I ' au ( »iii.-a. • I.KIM ' .I, . ( ; " l U( )N . . . New " ork. N . V . . . Ku-lisli . . . P.isluii Hillcsl Inlrriialional Clul): IC . So,ial ami l).r,,ta I ions Counilil Ir,-. • .1 f, NK II. ( ; KB KKT . . . I.arvill. In l . . . I ' livsi.al Mc.li(iii,- . . . Ciue Clul,: W AA: W l ' S : Physical riii-rapv Cluh. • KICIIAKI) A. ( ; KM M I A M{ ' l ' . . . Milwaukee . . . Agrono-iiy . . . ,Sa,l,lle ami .Si,i,,iM; l.an.lsrape Cluh. Tliir l Ron: BEVERLY JEAN GEHRIG . . . Wauwatosa . . . Medical Technology . . . Alpha Delta Theta. President . . . Freshman Orientation. • NORBERT S. GEIIRKE . . . Milwankee . . . Applieil Math and Mechanics; Crew . . . Acacia. • CARL 11. (JKIIRNLANN . . . Davenport. Iowa . . . Mechanical Engineering . . . ASME . . . Phi (iamnia Delta. Treasnrer. • KENNETH W. GEI(;ER . . . Ma.lison . . . Pharmacy . . . W iscousin Pharmaceutical Society. • BIRTON A. (JELLM N . . . Mil»auk e . . . Real Estate . . . Badger Ph, lographer: MHA Finance Com- millec. Chairman: Real Estate and Home Builders Assorialinn. I ' uhliriiv Dirc.ior: MII Camera Cluh. Vi.e-President. • SHELDON GEN- DKI.M A.N . . . Milwaukee . . . ConKiune . . . I ' lii Sigma Delta. Fourth Row: WILLLWI K. GENTHE . . . Milwauke.- . . . I ' hvsi.s . . . I.ulhcra.i Student Association. Program Chairman. • DONNA LEE (;EN11NZIE . . . Racine . . .Correctional Administrati.m . . . Crime Cluh . . . WStiA Fashion Show: Careers Conference. • MARGARET (;K0R(;E . . . Madison . . . Occupational Therapy . . . Ociiipalional Therapy Cluh: Lnion Directorate: Linion Crafts Committee, Chairman; WSt; . Program Chairman; Style Show; Union Open House. Decoration Chairman: Wiskits. Program Chairman, Arrange-nents, Cast; Orienta- tion, Suh-Chairman; Careers Conference Facnhy Relations Committee: Presidents ' Teas Committee: Campus Red Cross; 1952 Homecoming Decorations Committee: Hoofers . . . . lpha Chi Omega. .Activities Chairman. • DENNIS II. (jERBER . . . Kenosha . . . Zoology anil Natural Science . . . Racine Extension, Freshman Class President . . . Delta Chi. • LON M. GI ' .RSTKN . . . Monticello. N. Y. . . . English-Frcmh . . . Student Board Committee: WSGA, Public Relations: Panhelle lic Committee . . . Alpha Kpsilon Phi. .Social Chairman. • WILLIAM T. (JIBB . . . Kensington. Md. . . . . ccounting . . . Phi Ela Sig ' ua . . . Daily (janlinal; Track hinager; I-F Council: Finance Elections Comniiltec. Chair- man . . . Kappa Sigma. 379 1 II.KKN (MBHONS.. . Ilu.li-v .. . 11. .m,- i:,,,,,,,,, ( ..ll.-c... I ' lMlliniics. ics. . . Si. Callicilnr .|l) (;|HS() . . . Waiikc-lia . . . liail.iiol,, liisir Coiniiiillr.-i 1 loni.-ioriiiiif;: (;am|Mis ( ilir i . . . . S(; ; I Minn . Drila ( aiiiiiia. WNK 1,. (;ll:Sl ' . . . . l-.Na.i-Nillr . . . K.Tnali..n Hrrnalioii 1 ,,a.l.-i lii|i ( ;li.l.: W W: W oin,„ ( ill, . . . Dolpliiii Cliili: KOHKKI ' (;1KSI ' , . . . Ma.li .M, . . . |.|.l,r,l ,l I rillarlan Cliiinli. IV. ' sldrnl: I iiloi. (;allri Coin . . Cllalllilll;: dull. W l) (;ii:SK . . . Ma.liso.i . . . Mall.cmali.s . . Cliaiiiiiii- CImIi. I()M ; (;II,BKK ' S() . . . Sli.lM,%;;aii . . . S.M-ial Work . . . Sif, ' ma i;|i»iloii Si-ma. Viic-l ' r.-sidr.ll . . . S(; .lllilirial Coiiiiiil . . . , l|)lia (;aiiiina Drila. JOAN B. (;|LBI ' ;RTS()N . . . Vlelmse . . . ()rc.i|iali Mial ' nicrapv . . . La Oosse SlalP ( ' .i)llpi;e . . . Occupational Th erapy ( lluli; Union C.rafls ( ]oniiiiillcc. I ' KKDKKK. |{. (;il,l, . . . I ' rccporl. III. . . . (ico rapln ... Mplial ' lii Oiiicfia . . . Tilda Delia Clii. KL SSKl.L I ' . (;il,LI(; AN . . . Gillell . . . Music . . . IMii Iii lplia . . . (loiicerl Banil, Symphony Orchestra, A Capella ( Ihoriis. KATHERINE GIMMLER . . . Milwaukee . . . Occupational Therapy . . . Sigma Epsiloii Sigma, President: Crucible . . . OT (lliili: Capella Chorus; Chairman Union Craft Sales Committee . . . Delia (Jamma, ( .orresponding Secretary. IIEUEN LOUISE HAGEN GITTER . . . Madison . . . Home Eco- nomics-F.diicalion . . . Phi Upsilon Omicron, Secretary . . . Omicron Nu . . . Kiilhciiics: l-II: Blue Shield: Home Economics High School Day, Programs Chaii ' inan: Farm and Home Week Demonstrator. (; II.I.1KNNE GLASHOW . . . Boca Raton, Fla. . . . Music Ediica- lioM . . . House President; Folk Song Meet; Band; (Chorus. ANTHONY F. (;LAV N ing . . . Kappa Eta Kappa Aurora, Minn. . . . Electrical Engineer- Baskethall: Bowling: Softball. ELMER A. GOETSCII . . . Juneau . . . Electrical Engineering . . . Kappa Eta Kappa. President, Treasurer, Secretary: Ela Ivappa Nil . . . Polygon Board, Secretary . . . Arrangements (.hairman. St. Pat ' s Board; Student Branch. ' AIEE. Chairman: StudenI Branch. IKE; New SllldenI Week Staff. KICII KD l. (;()LI)BEK(; . . . Milwaukee . . . Political Science . . . Boar l Mendier of Mack House Board: Hillel; Union Entertainment Committee; 770 Committee. Chairman . . . Alpha Epsilon Pi. President, Vice-President. .Secretary. Rushing Chairman. Kuril KD ' ' IIIK (;OLI)BERG . . . Milwaukee . . . Sociology . . Cine Club: Oclopns; House S ecretary -Treasurer. KOBFRT (iOLDBFKGER . . . Mdwaukee . . . Medicine . . . Phi F.ia Sigma . . . eta B -la Tail. (JLF.NN (;OI.I)SMri ' ll . . . Mosin. Sigma . . . Phi Kla Sigma. Chemislry . . . lplia Clii BKKNVKD (;()L1)SI ' F1N . . . tlantic City, N. J. . . . Political Scienie . . . Tindiii Law Fralcrnity: Provost Corps; Union (iallery Conunillee; Sliident Housing. ERVIN J. GOLEMBIKWSkl . . . Milwaukee .,. . .Vccounling . . . Sophomore Honors . . . Beta Alpha Psi. CASPAR GONALEZ-JA . . . Puerto Rico . . . Spanish . . . Spanish Club. President: ArnobI . ir Society; Mayor of Monroe Park; Union Library (committee. JILL WILSON (;0NALF;Z-JAY . . . Madison . . . ri llisiorv . . . International Clid). B Kin (;0()l) l AN . . . New York ... English ... Hoofers; l-F-MH I ' iriiic: W inlir (.ariii al Barrel Stays: Campus Carniyal Bullous tlliair- nian: Hillel I niiiidalion: l-F Representative; Badger ' .SO . . . ela Beta laii. IIKNR IK WIS (;OODMAN . . Wisconsin I nion Foriiin Commillec New ork . . . Economic! . . Pi Lainb.la Phi. 380 J l H A N |{. (,()K I N . . Montana i College. U(»(;i:k . GOTTscii i.k IM. W 11,1,1 l 1. (.U l) " l . , S.H-ii ' l ; lii .naTi( -Siici.-l%. mciiAKi) A. (;hai ' llaM.-. loril Kn li li . . . Ni.iiIi.tm . . Sha«.ill.. . . . I ' harinarN . . . Kappa Kariiic . . . I ' xi)ii(inli -s . . . I ' ' inaiu ' e Ia :.S . . . IMii (;ainnia D.-lla. . . Dietetics . . . Clolora l i l " ll LLIS J. GRAHAM . Necedah omen ' s College . . . Enthenies. I ' OLLY J. GRAHN . . . Deerfield . . . Speedi . . . Zeta Phi Ilia . . . Wisconsin Plavers Production Council; Hoofers; Lutheran Sliidcnl Associalioir. Hnniorolo. ' N : Talrnl Sllow. F.DW KI) JOSKIMI (;i{ 1,K ICZ . . . MiKvaiikee . . . Physical Kducalion . . . Pershing Killes; W resiling: Social Chairman, ' Voss House. FKKDEKICR E. (JKASSE . . . Sister Bay Russian Cluh. JOE s. (;heco Russian . . . SAME: rt . . . Trident House Presi lenl. HOW K1) (;REEN . . . Milttaukee . . . I tS. RICHARD D. GREEN . . . Mihyaukee . . . Metallurgical F:ngineering . . . Sigma Delta Omega . . . Phi Eta Sigma . . . Mining and Melalhirgy t.lub; . H1A Cabinet: Dorm Duke; Sophomore Honors. JOAN GREENFIELD . . . NeyNton Centre. Mass. . . . English . . . French Cluh. Publicity Chairman: International Club: National Inter- national Commission. Student Board: French Plays; Campus Chesl. ork Day Chairman: Daily Cardinal. tJopy and News Editor. DONALD R. GREENHAM . . . Canton, Ohio . . . Modern Humanics . . . French: German: Inter-Fraternity News . . . Delta Kappa Epsilon. JEAN I. RGARET (;RE(;0RY . . . Racine . . . Medical Technology . . . Alpha Delta Tlieta . . . Dolphins . . . Delta Delta Delta. ALLEN F. GREESE . . . Menominee Falls . . . Light Building . . . Real Estate and Light Building Association. JO N M mE GROVE . . . Madison . . . Social Work . . . Stephens ollegf . . . Junior Dolphins; Daily Cardinal: Wisconsin Idea . . . Delta ( anuna. Correctional , dniinistr PATRICIA GREGOR . . . Sheboyga tion . . . Psychology Club. JOHN R. GREISCH . . . Edgar . . . Industrial Mana Society for the Advancement of Management. IIARRV R. GRIES.MER, JR. . . . Beaver Dam . . . E( Insurance Society . . . Lambda Chi Alpha, Ritualist. KATHLEEN GRIFFIN . . . Racine . . . r Miles. (;ER LD frank GRALINSKI . . . Milwaukee . . . Ph linn . . . Delta Sigma Pi; Phi Epsilon Kappa. RAYMOND GRANDE . . . Madison . . . Chemistry. I)F:AN p. GRANT . . . W auwatosa . . . Political Science . . . onng Republicans: MHA Representative; I-F Coinicil: Dorm Store Board of Directors: Vilas House. Social ( .hairman . . . I hi ( amma Delta. .Steward. JAMES E. GRANT . . . Superior . . . Civil Engineermg . . . Superior State . . . Chi Epsilon . . . Prom l ' )5l: Badger: ASCE . . . Sigma Phi. 1 ■ ' ' ' T- -.-m o D ■ Hj ' ▲ , k -• O ■ 1 dM ! p% M 4% O- r ! 1 ' .- i o 4i 1 M a e « titM ' i- ' Vsvr r i iuk- M. 381 I, " I WK cmi ' i " ImIi;i ( ' .III . . . (:il;i i viiioN (;i{ii,i,ii(ii;si. Iloinrc ' iiiiiiim KiJllnii (IkiIi V I. III. . . K. | |.a Drii.i lUalnsM . . . Cllll.l l rxrlo| K;i|.|M l| ll;i III. ' I.I. kl K ' P I ' . (;|{()SS . . . Niciuili . . . Inl.riKilioiKil lirl.ili. RiisiiK-ss MiiMiif;.-!-. S I ' lililic K.-lali.ins: I iiioii li BiHl " .T I ' iirlv. lll l.iliiarv ( iominil Ire. .(»,l,i,i, ' : l)(»l I.. (JKOSSEN . . . Ml. Ilon-li . . . Ward Mana rcmenl ami I lailiiiif; . . . Sopliomore Honors . . . Niirsiv I )oi;ii Sorial (.hairmaii. I ' ini.l.lS .|t) N (;|{( SS IVNN . . . Hloomdcld, N. J rl Kiliicalii.n . . . (;aiiiiiia l|ilia ( Jil. I ' r.-si.l.-nl. ' I ' rrasiir.-r: Sif;iiia l,aiiil (la: Sliiilriil KoanI I ' lililir Krial iiiii.s (loninilllci ' . . . IVoin. I ' nimotions Chairman: ( :am|.iis ( .arni al. I ' nim.niiins Cliairnian: Iilllarv Ball. I ' ublicilv and IVoiiKilicms Chairman: .Senior Coiin.il: Wisconsin I ' lax-rs: ' (inck W ri-k: Cam|,a: Ori.nlalion: W iskels: Careers Confer- em-e. Senior .S«iiif;oi,i: I ' rofessional l an.|lel Coiineil . . . l|,ha (;ainma Delia. J NK. 1,. (;UIK I . . . Madison . . . I ' oods and Niilrili li|isiloM Oinlrroii . . . Cain|iii. League of Women oleis. Ml . . . IMli RAY H. GRIESBACH . . . Ma lis.m . . . Chemieal Kn;: SAME; AIChE; Pershing Rifles . . . Triangle. neering . . . RICHARD . ;R0NIK . , . Milwaukee . . . Markelin- . . Chil.. . .Marketing GERALD A. (;R()SSM N . . . Milwaukee . . . Criminol Sigma Delta. .gy . . . Phi DON 1). (;R()TII . . . Milwaukee . . . Aeeoiinliiif: . . . UomMS . . . Bela Alpha Psi. Sophomore CAROL (iRUETJEN . . . Wauwalosa . . . Relaled rl . . Nu: Sigma Delta Pi . . . Eiilhenics: Forum; Agrienlliire ( ' . Ivap]ia Vljiha ' I ' heta. Vice-President. CARL J. (;RUETZ L C11ER. jr. . . . Miluaiik.c . . Engineering . . . AIEE. FREDERICK W . (;RUNER . . . Shawano . . . Electrical Engineering . . . Triangle. RUTH GLILBRANDSEN . . . Viroqua . . . American liisliliilion . . Dolphins; Scheders. RANALD GULDAN . . . Rhinelamler . . . Pharmacy . . . Kappa Psi . . . American, Wisconsin Pharmaceutical Associations. AKLYN E. GUS ' T . . . Bloomer . . . Food indiisiry . . . Food Tech- nology Club, President. GERALD GUTTMAN . . . Brooklyn. N. Y. . . . Accounling . . . Entertainers (Juild: Cardinal. Advertising Manager: Campa. Puhlicily Chairman: Kickoff Ball. Chairman. JAMES W 11 S . . . Racine . . . Pharmacy . . . Kappa Psi . . . Wis- consin Pharmaieiitical ssociation. JOSEPH J. 11 S . . . West Allis . . . Economies. DALE H. UABECK . . . Bowler . . . University Religious Council. Vice President . . . Entomology. History . . . Phi Eta Sigma . . . BURTON HABLE . . . Bio Football; Sophomore High Honors. ALICE L. HAFEMEISTER . . . Milwaukee . . . Psychology . . . Northwestern . . . Badger . . . Kappa Delia. YVONNE HAGGARD . . . Lake Mills . . . Physical Educalicm . . . Physical Education Club; YGOP; WAA; Dolphins; Elizabelh Waters Unit II, Treasurer. JOHN R. HAGLUND . . . Hurley . . . Agricultural Bacteriology . . . Society of American Military Engineers. 382 I,(» i;i,l, II. II M, . . . Mii.li on . . . I-|- Cm,,, Mil . . . Itrl.l Ihclil I ' i. II KIO N. II l, IKSCIN . . . |-,ll,li ' I lillllr.. llllKhKKI ' II l . . . loi,,,M . . inllr, l Coll,-,- ' l ' r.lTIS|„„ ' l.,|M ,l .,,,,1 ,-,■ lark,liii " . li Ui! H .1. HAMILTON . . . Maiiilowm- . . . UolatiN . . . l,.ilai lic.inl; 111., Kappa l.amlula: Sipma Kpsiloii Si ' ina . . . W ...niiis l- miiiisliali - Comiiil: Women ' s lliiilii- sM iialio,i. Boaril: Sliideiil Boar.l. Civil Dcfi-nse Chairniaii: S,,plioin,,i ,■ lli li Honors; Barnanl Hall, I ' residenl, Treasurer. KIIODA 1IA 1I1;[()N . . . Maiiil.U.- . . . nnri.an Inslilnlions . . . Hoofers: Inlernalional Clnh. ANDREW 11. HAMLIN . . . Bdoil . . . Aee.mnlinf; . . . H.Ma Alpha Psi; Alpha Kappa Fsi, Treasurer. M ' R K. HXNDLOVSKY . . . Superi.,r . . . Pharmaey . . . Kappa Epsilon . . . Kilo (ilii. Secrelarv . . . Senior .oinicil; i-consin Pliarma- eeiiliial Soriely: WS(;A House Presiilenls C.,uneih Professional Pan- liellenic Council, President; New StudenI Week, Sub-Chairman: Tower iew House, House President. L " » LE G. HANGARTNER . . . Clinlonville . . . Mechanical Engineer- ing . . . Naulilus Society: ASME; Football . . . Sigma Chi. ARNOLD HANSEN. ,IR. . . . Richlaml Ccnier . . . Finance . . . Finance Society: Humorology: Pol Poiirri . . . Alpha Tau Omega. DAVID C. HANSEN . . . Eau Claire Iron Cross: Mace . . . W Club: Foolhal DAVID C. HANSEN . . . Green Bav NANCY FARRELL HANSEN . . . Milwaukee . . . Child D ment . . . Euthenics. Medicine . . . Delta Epsilon . Alpha Sigma Sigma. . Science . . . Beta Thela Pi lop NIELS J. HANSEN . . . Kenosha . . . Physics. RICHARD H. HANSEN . . . Mauston . . . Journalism . . . Naulilus: Campus Carnival, Pidilicily; Winter (Carnival, Publicity . . . Delta Tan Delta, Vice-President. ROSE ANN HANSEN . . . Sparta . . . Home Economics . . . M,.i.nl Mary . . . Euthenics; Gamma Alpha Chi, Vice-President. W ILLIAM HANSEN . . . Milwank,-,- . . . Finan.e Provost Corps; Fireside Chats . . . ( hi Phi. MERWYN A. HANSING . . . Ontarioville, 111. Kappa Psi . . . Wisconsin Pharmacy Association. DONALD L. HANSON . . . Alg.mia . ASME; SAE: Goldberg, House Preside YMCA Cab . Pharmacy Mechanical Engineering DON l.l) v. HANSON . . . Sloughlon . . . Accoiniting. JAMES R. HANSON . . . Fon,l d i La,- . . . Letters and Science . Nu Sigma Nu . . . Sophomore Honors; Medichoir; Hoofers; Band . Sigma Alpha Epsilon. JOHN C. HANSON Pharmacy Society. . La Crosse . . . Pharmacv KENTON D. HANSON . YGOP. LEWIS P. HANSON . . . Barabo,, . . . Markelin; rnold Air Society, Executive Officer. BRLCE W. HAPKE . Fencing: Student U. N. . Bachelor of rls . . Marketing Cliil Physics . . . Phi Eta Sigma . . baiim. I • % ,ki! -_ ■ i 383 I ' irsi Hdir: WAYNE O. HARLESS . . . Chippewa Falls . . . Economics . . . Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • HARLOW BIELEFELDT . . . Waukesha . . . Zooli.gy . . . Union Games Commillee: Campus Carnival . . . Phi Gamma Delia. • DONALD J. HARMAN . . . Milwaukee . . . Correc- lioual Administration . . . Alpha Tan Omega. Second Row: FLOYD A. HARRIS . . . Milwaukee . . . Lahor Economics . . . Harcsfool; W ages and Hours Committee; Human Relations Commit- tee; Campus Chest . . . Al] ha Epsilon Pi, Master. • MEREDITH R. HARRIS . . . (ire.n Bav . . . Economics . . . Finance Society . . • Chi Psi. • NORMAN HARRIS . . . Racine . . . Marketing . . . Delta Sigma Pi. • RODGER S. HARRIS . . . Waukesha . . . Geology . . . (Jcology Cliil). President; Cluh 122. President. • W ILLI l F. HARRISON. JR Madison . . . Engineering . . . AIEE . . . Phi Eta Sigma. • ANA- STATIA SMITH HARTMANN . . . Madison . . . History-Education . . . Student Affairs Secretary; Student Board; Union Activities Com- mittee, Chairman; Parents Weekend, Chairman of Displays ... Pi Beta Phi. Third Ron: MARCELLA J. HARTWEl.L . . . Madison . . . Home Economics and Nursing. • S. NEM, 11 RTWKLL . . . Wauwalosa . . . Speech . . . Campus Carnival Program Chairman: Dogrin Party Publicity Director . . . Delta Tan Delta. • HL RRALl, 11 SR1{( K)K . . . (.iciti Bay . . . Economics . . . Ann Emery Hall, Vice-President; W ' SGA; Campus Pohlics and Careers Conference . . . Delta tiamnia Presidcnl and Rushing Chairman. • JANE A. HASSELMAN ... La Salle, III. . . . Education . . . Penn Hall Junior College ... Phi Theta Kappa . . . Al|)ha Phi President. • ANTHONY HASWELL, JR Dayton, Ohio . . . Economics . . . Kenyon College ... Psi Upsilon. • JOHN N. HASVtELL . . . Windsor . . . Zoology . . • Marching Banil: Concert Band, President. 384 i;,-l Km,: IIIOM ,S .1, II liG . . . Ma.lison . . . Mr, JK.rii, ,il iMi-liK-criuf; . . . S IK . . . I ' , i.,ri;;l,-. • DnN IIAUGE " . . . West llis . . . ]■],„■ noiMi, . . . Si(l„-,k,i IImiisc. Viic-IVcsi.Icnl . . . W rcsllin-. • l ' T II V S . . . Miluaiikcr . . , |.|,li,-,l rl . . . Kipon Collcf;.- . . . (;amma Mplia Clii. (;o,r, iM,nillTi- S.cniji : Si-riia l.ainlMla . . . Spaiii li ( liili: W i 770 ( luli, I ),M-,,ialii.iis ( iliairmaiK Pn.m. D.-corations Suh-C lliairman: I;|| .iIm|Ii .ilri Call.iA l{,|.i,-s,rilali r: SKiiJciil M.kiicI. Sorial Mlaiis ( ...iiinii iori: (),ln|Mis. Ail I ' alilor: Snow Ball I ).-i .rali.)ns Comiiiitl.T: lloMl.comlMf; Hulluris. Sul.-ClialriiuiM . . . Alpha KpMJon I ' lii. Vssislalll ' ln-a iinr-. • WII.IU l I). II 1,K . . . Ncijlsvill,- . . . Mark.-litl " . . . V(;()l ' ; Markeliiif: Cluh . . . l.amlMla Chi Alplia. • KICII KI) K. II 1 W l{l). IK, . . . Madison . . . Chemical l-ai. ' inrrrin. ' . . . ICIiK . . . Campns Carnival . . . Trian ' lc. • DONAM) II. 1 1 X .KI A OOI) . . . W uN an . . . Malli.-.iialics . . . Newman CInh. sVn. i. I „„: .1 Mi;S C. lli; IA . . . Miiuaiikcr . . . Chcrniral Kn-ineeiing . . . ASCliK . . . W Cluh . . . Crew . . . Sigma Chi. • l!( )|{i:iri ' J. IIKHI I ' nrlage . . . I ' harma. % . . . Vniciiian an. I W i-r,,.i-iri I ' harmacenliral Ass.M-iali,,.!. . . . Kappa P.-i. • FRED C. HECKKK . . . Mani- I. .«,, ■ . . . I ' harmarv . . . Kappa IVi; W iM-r.nsin I ' li.u rn.,, .m iral Society. • JULIAN W H ) 1 1 lU ;K I.EK . . . Waukesha . . . Political Science . . . Social clivilies Committee. Chairman; Pre IIoiim-. I ).a, ,n . . . Tliela Chi. • K W 1 1 KI ' KM KISTER . . . Milwaukee . . . Mechanical En- -incrinf: . . . SME; SAE. • LEONARD E. IIEIIEL . . . Ma.lison . . . English-Educalion . . . linion News Bureau . . . Sigma Alpha Epsilon. ( ' .orrcsponding Secretary. riiint Kmv: ALAN IL HEGGE . . . Racine . . . Mechanical Engineering . . . AS ME . . . Phi Ian Sigma. • ALFJSON EDWARD HE INS . . . Kan Claire . . . Journalism . . . Phi Eta Sigma . . . MIIA Pnhlic Relations Committee . . . Baskethall. • KEITH W. HEINZ . . . Shawano . . . Pharmacy. • JAMES F. HEISE . . . JanesviUe . . . Mechanical Krigiiicring . . . Lamhda Chi Alpha, Secretary. • ROBERT CHARLES lll ' .ISE . . . Racine . . . Speech-Education. • JANICE 1. IIKISKR . . . Milwaukee . . . Social Work . . . Social Affairs Committee; Parents " Weekend. Water Carnival Chairman: Prom, ssistant Ticket Chairman . . . Kappa Delta. I-nurlh limr: CAROL J. HEISS . . . Milwaukee . . . Journalism . . . Theta Sigma Phi . . . Pi Beta Phi. • NORENE HELLER . . . Chicago. 111. . . . I ' aiglish-I ' .ducation . . . Junior Dolphins; Union (James Committee: WAA . . . Chi Omega. • J ) N llOlAl N . . . Waukesha . . . Home Economics-Journalism . . . Theta Sigma Phi. President; Phi Upsilon Omicron . . . Cardinal, Society Editor: llumi rologs: High School Nome Eco- nomics Day. Program Chairman: lunniac l ' ,dil(.r. Wisconsin Country Magazine; Student Government . . . Delia Delia Delia. • DOROTin C. II()LZ . . . (Jreen Bav . . . Wan! Maiiagi-mcni anil Teaching . . . Green Bay Extension Center . . . Sigma Ep iloTi Sigma: Sophomore Honors . . . While House, Treasurer. • W ILM 1 E. HllMLOCK . . . Whitewater . ' . . Lahor Management . . . Alpha Kappa Psi: SAM ... Pi Kappa Delia . . . Sigma Tau Gamma. • JOYCE A. HENDRICKSON . . . Westby . . . Natural Science-Education . . . Rochester Junior College: La Crosse State College . . . Kappa Delia. iik ik n c p r 38S K ' MOM) lll ' .NDHK KS«) . . . IM.i K|.sil„n K.iMM. iK(;iM i;i.i.i; iikndkickson lion . . . Sijiiiia l,iiiiil«la. Sccrrlarv, HK ' IS I1KNN1N(; M;MliM il . . . I Ii I mI K.lucaliuii Ma.lix.M . . . il i;,liira. New (;ianis . . . Naliiral SiirMcc IvIiiialloM. I) l,h; (;. Ili:|{(l|.l) . . . lil»aNk(i- . . . Cixil Kii.-iniriin. ' . . . Si..ina DcllaOin.-a . . . S{ K: Hum I in- and l ' i l,in-: |{arlMll . . .1 n I raiiiural. LA VKKN II. III;K I N . . . K.,rMlN,l . . . lc,li, al Sri.„, ,-. ALLAN r. IIKKSIIl ' lKLl) . . . (.hl.a-n. III. . . . I ' ,,liil,al .S.-i.-nic . . . Union I ' ilni ( : miinillo-. Cliairiiian . . . W 1 1 Ua.llo I ' laMis. l( roH II. IIKKiriNC; . . . ainval..sa . . . Kinancc. I) N l. IIKirrZ . . . ()slik..-li . . . Clinnical Kn inc.-rinf; . . . i ' lK-la Tail . . . AlChi;. THOMAS G. A. IIKK . . . MiUNai.k,-,- . . . Vic.iMUln;: . . . ■ oun;; Oemocrals: Sliiilciil Alliance . . . liUcr-lraleraily. Secrelary; W L . Kelalion Chairman . . . Intramural . . . Ban l: Cardinal, Finance; Mail lall. Editor . . . eta Beta Tau, Treasurer. HOBKK r W. IIKS.S . . . MadiM I ' lii JMa Sigma. .|(»M;K K. IlKSSLKK . . . Milwaukee . . . Kelated Art . . . Dolpliin (lull-. Standards Cummittee for Sorority . . . Delta Delta Delia. DOKOTin MAK UEWITSON . . . Milwaukee . . . Journalism . . . Coranto . . . Union Theater Usher. Christian Seience oulh Organiza- tion, WHA Continuity Writer. SARA L. HICKEY . . . Winnelka. III. College . . . Delta Gamma. English . . . Marv mount JOHN E. niLAND. Jr. Madison . . . Sociology. JOHN J. IIILBEK . . . Milwaukee . . . Chemical Engi l|.lia Chi Sigma . . . Newman Cliili. lll . lhlelii- Mai CALVIN E. HILDEBRAND ... Me Coinicil President. P ' orensics. . Speeih Student DOROTHY J. HILDEBRANDT . . . Wauwatosa . . . t;hild Develop- ment . . . Dolphin Chih . . . Ka] pa Alpha Theta. EREEMAN E. HILL . . . Barron . . . Chemical Engineering. 1 RY HILL . . . Kenosha . . . ( :iiil.l l)c%elopmcnl . . . Delia Delia Delta. JOHN J. HINNENDAEL . . . Luxemhurg . . . Accounling . . . Beta .Mplia Psi . . . Tau Kappa Epsilon. President. II RLE ' 11. IIINUICIIS . . . Madison . . . Finance . . . Phi Beta Kappa: Hcia (i.niiina Sigma. iicl ' roident : Phi Eta Sigma; Bela lplia IVi: lplia Ka|ipa Psi . . . I ' inance Society, International Cliih Bciard. I(;A Cahinet, Union Lihrary Committee: Student Board. ii c-Prcsidcnl; Union Council; WMA Council; NS. ( " ommission Chairman; X S- Administrative Council, Chairman; Independent Sludenls Association, President; Wisconsin Region of National Stu- dent Association, President; Goodnight Award. IIEKMXN IIINKICIIS . . . Madis.m . . . Chemical Engineering . . . Tan Bela Pi. Plii l.amhda I psiloii. Phi Ela Sigma . . . Sophomore and Senior Honor, . . . Sigma Nu. ORVAL D. HINTZ . . . Milwaukee . . . V.coiiiuing. R0(;ER S. HIRSCH . . . Milwaukee . . . Medicine . . . Phi Ela Sigma . . . MH. Chorus. Mediehoir. Fencing. Soph and .Senior Honors. 3a6 KDMLM) ll()|{|U S . . . Madison . . . I ' inaiicc . . . I|.Iki D.Ii Sif;ma . . . Scahhanl and Hladr: U.S. I ' rrsid.ril. Vicc-l ' n-sid.MiU ( »ri„|„n I ' roiiiolion. ( lirculalioii Manager : Sliidriil I ' Jrclliin roll Cliaiiiiiai Oririilaliim . . . Ucia Tlirla I ' i. .i( . . . Pcrshinj; Kill.-: House Presidenl. l.OI II l! (). IIOKKT . . . Anligo . . . I ' ll Miirlicll Mrmen; ArnoUl Air Society: Nidso (;i:()K(;k k. hokiin I ' lii K| siloii Ka| | a. DAVID B. IIOI ' K . . . West Salem . . . Accounling . . . Alpha Rappa I ' si . . . I ' lii I ' .la Sifjiiia . . . Haresfool; Arnold Air hociely; Sophomore llif;h Honors; ll.S Kaculty Evalualion Committee. HVUBARA H. HOI ' MAN . . . Chicago, 111. . . . English . . . Cainpns ( arnival; W iskits: Shoreland House. Vice-President. DI ' I.OKES HOEF . . . Milwaukee . . . English . . . Chairman Elizaheth alers Talent Show; llumorology . . . Alpha Chi Omega, Social Chair- Hl.in 1, HOI I l N . . . Kenosha . . . tlomparalive Literature. PATRICIA SMiril HOFFMAN . . . Monm Horeh . . . (education . . . News Bureau. DONALD A. HOFFMANN . . . Ccdarhurg . . . History . . . riiold Air Society; Union Games Conuuiiiic. I ' F rEK HOFFMAN . . . Black Ki cr Falls . . . Commerce . . Phi I ' .la Sigma . . . Sophomore Honors . . . Sigma Nn. UOBEKT E. HOFFMANN . . . Wauwatosa . . . Recreation . . . Union (Janu ' s Committee; Campus Chest. Chairniau: Human Relatii ns (lamp: Traik . . . Kappa Sigma. DWIS HOHN Beloit College. W WNE F. HOHN . . . Two Rivers . . . Economics . . . I ' lack: Band. .1 WIES L. HOLI Lidis.,n . . . iMonomics. |{()(;ER W. HOLLIDAI . . . Ami- Malhcmatlc. ( College . . . Alpha Phi (Jmega . . . Three Si[uares; ISA, Tr Rule House President. MMton ■r; Slide CRETCHEN ELLEN HOLSTEIN . . . Stevens Point . . . English . . . Ilomiletics; Judicial Chairman; A Capella Choir; Universitv ( :iiorus. DONALD R. HOLT . . . Milwaukee . Real Estate and Home Building Sociel ' CONRAD C. HOLZM N Sigma Delta. . Liglu Building Industry . . , ikee . . . Economics . . . Phi Psychology ROBERT I). I1()1. ,M N . . . Milwaukc .Iw.logy Cluh. ROBERT G. HOOD . . . North Prairie . . . Dairy Hushandry . . . .41pha Zela . . . Saddle and Sirloin; 1-11; W Cluh; Crew; Sophomore Honors . . . Alpha (jamma Rho. W ILLIAM R. HOOPER . . . Waukesha . . . Mechanical Engineering . . . Society of Automotive Engineers . . . Wesley Student Foundation. I,()l, VIR(;iNL HOPKINS . . . Wisconsin Rapids . . . Pharmacy . . . Kappa 1 psilori . . . Newman Cluh. Treasurer; Northlighl; St. Pauls (lioir: Viisiciiiniii Pharmaceutical Society. CHARLES FRANCIS HOPPER . . . Oshkosh . . . Chemi. al laigiueer- i.ig . . . Phi Eta Sigma . . . Hoofers; AIChE. .|() ANN HORNUNG . . . Rhinelander . . . English-Spanish ... Eta Kai pa Lamhda . . . Women ' s Chorus: Spanish; Elizabeth Waters, Vice- President; Humorology; Big Ten Conference Report Chairman;Talent Show; WSGAStyle Show; Senior Banquet: Big Ten Conference Delegate. 387 M |{||, N IIOHNKKCK . . . () .,ii.,iiHm,«- . . . Cl.iM I).m1,,|.i . . . ;,r lnni,y Collr-c. I ' V ' IHICI . llOUMn . . . iru(|iia . . . II..I11C K(,,Ti..rni,, . . I |i ilc ii Oriiirron . . . Union Crafls ( loinniillt ' c. CM Mil.KS K. HOKSENS . . . Sliawan.. Coiinlv . . . I ' .kmI IVrhm . . . !■■ I Tnli Cliih: I.S . . . l.aml.da ( ;iil l|.lia. DONALD MAK ' I ' IN IIOl I.HKKC . . . Lake (im.xa . . . l,i l,a,ii al Engineering . . . ASM I ' . . . . I ' iii Kappa Si nia. DIANA HOUSEK . . . Monnie . . . Child Developmenl I ' lii Upsilon Omicron, Vice-PresiilenI . . . Morlar Board . . . Slndent Serviee ami Relief Commission. Chairman . . . Gamma Phi Beta, President. DONALD HOVDE . . . Madison . . . Finance . . . Finance Sociely . . . Campns Carnival. Finance Chairman; Financi- Society . . . Kappa Sigma, Social (Chairman. KICIIAKD P. HOVLAND . . lion . . . W isconsin Stale Colleij JEANF;TTE IlLBBARD . . . Milwank WSGA; Orienlalion, Ag; ( o-Chairman CARL J. HUBER . . . Beaver Dam . . . Dairy Indnstry . . . Bab.-o. k Dairy Science Chih; Ag Slndenl Council, Treasurer; Wisconsin Coiuitry Magazine. Business Manager; Bahcock House. President: Dairy I ' rod- ucts Judging Team. FRED D. HUBER, JR. . . . au«alosa . . . La« . . . Pl.i Alpha Delta. . . YGOP; Student Court. Cliief Justice; l-F Judicial ( ' .(.niniil tc. ' . . , Tan Kap[ a Epsilon. EDW IN F. IIUMPAL . . . Virginia, Minn. . . . Mechanical Engineer- ing . . . Virginia Jimior College . . . Delta Psi Omega . . . Hoofers; SME; SAE; Wisconsin Engineer, Story Editor. LOIS HUNTER . . . Madison . . . Occupational Therapy . . . Univer- sity of Maine . . . Dolphins; OT Club: Winter Carnival . . ' . Chi Omega. ROGER H. HULBERT . . . Burlington . . . Dairy llushandry . . . Racine F xtension . . . Sa lille and Sirloin; Poidtry (ltd); Dormsylvania, (general Chairman. JO CE R. HULBURT. . . Reedshurg . . . Music Education . . .Sigma Mplia lota. .Secretary . . . .Sigma Epsilon Sigma . . . Women ' s Chorus; Capella Choir; Orchestra; Tournament of Song; Sophomore Honors; Professional Pan-Hellenic (Council. Clain- . . . Busii CSS (hnii islru- Finance S.Miety; ( .oiiccrt Ba ud. ukee . . . I)ietetic . , . Eulli cnies; n . . . Alpha Phi. HARRY J. HUMPHRIES . . . . . YMCA; Baseball . . . Chi Phi Milwaukee . . . Physical Educatii ROBERTA M. HURLEY . . . Racine . . . Recreation . . . Rccreati(m ( lub; Hoofers; Careers Conference; Campus Carnival; Humorology . . . Delta Gamma. ROY C. HUSER . . . Pittsville . . . Labor Management . . . .Society for the Advancement of Management. lllO L S . HUJ ' CHINSON . . . New London . . . Journalism . . . (Central State College . . . Sigma Delta Chi . . . Newman Club; Badger. CLARE FREDERICK HUTSON . . . Kendall (German Club. RAYMOND P. ICZKOWSKI . . . Milwaukee . ELEANOR M. IDTSE . . . Beloit . . . Nurse Association; Wisconsin State Ni Judicial Chairman. Nursing . . . Madison Stude rse Association; Nurses ' Dot RICHARD ILLlN(; ORTH . . . Racine . . . Light Buil.ling Industry . . . Light Building Association. ROBERT M. IM MERMAN . . . New York, N. Y Intcrnaiioual Relations . . . Phi Beta Kappa; Phi Kappa Phi; Phi Eta Sigma . . . Union Directorate; Llnion Theater Committee; Union F ' ilm Committee, Chairman; Dailv Cardinal; Inter-Arts Association, Secretarv. PHYLLIS INDERMUEHLE . . . Jackson . . . Speech Hall Treasurer; Militarv Ball Court of Honor. Chadb. 388 SAMUEL A. INGEBRITSEN . . . Lanrasler . . . Acouniin;: . . . Plii I ' .ta Si ma; Bcia Gamma Sigma: Phi Beta Kappa . . . NRO ' IC (ilee (Miili; Nautilus Society; Band; MlIA Cabinet; Humorology. W MM AM M. IN(;iSH . . . Milwaukee . . . Journalism: Humorology. 1,1 r. : V. II. IK 1IN(;ER . . . I.lalio . . . Arcouminp . . . Beta Alpha I ' si . . . Kesi.l.iil House Counselors Association; NKOTC . . . Sigma Nu. B KH |{ I ' .. IS C . . . Chicago . . . p;(lucation-Recreation . Assistant AiKisor of Hoofers: Orchesi s; Symphony Orchestra; Clio Beecroft House. President; Dance Committee; Wisconsin Players. ALBERT W. ISBERNER SCE President. (iORDON LStlHK Kpsilon. . E ' orlage . , . Engineering . . . S. E; ikec . . . Krontiniics . . . Tan Kappa . Beta Alpha Psi . . . ■onsin L nion Bowling Beta Alpha Psi. JAMES R. JACOB . . . Kohler . . . Accounting Phi Eta Sigma . . . MHA Loans Committee; i Team. ' Vh J. COBS . . . Madison ccounting . W ' NE J. JAC;OBS . . . Van Oyne . . . Engineering . . . Theta Tai Historian . . . Tan Beta Pi . . . Mining and Metallurgy Club, Vice President: LSA. GENE R. JACOBSON . . . Hixton . . . Pharmacy . . . Kappa Psi . . . Wisconsin Pharmaceutical Society; . merican Pharmaceutical Society. JEANNE JACOBSON . . . Appleton . . . Applied Art . . . Gallery Com- mittee; Anokijig Human Relation? Retreat: Hillel Educations Com- mittee. JOHN C. JACOBSON . . . Kaukauna . . . Pharmacy . . . Kappa Psi . . . Wisconsin Pharmaceutical Society: Men ' s Halls Chorus. . Speech Correction LOIS JAC(JBSON . . . Shaker Heights, Ohio . . . Hoofers; Orchesis; Wiskits, ( o-Director. JO CE . L JAEKELS . . . W auwatosa . . . Physical Therapy . . . Marquette . . . Physical Thera]iy Cluh; Newman Club; University Choir. li WMOND H. JAHN . . . Milwaukee . . . Pharmacy . . . Kappa Psi . . . Wisconsin Pharmaceutical Society, Treasurer: Kappa Psi, Athletic ( iliairman: isconsin Druggist Magazine, Stuilent Rejiorter. LOW ELL JAHNS . . . Milwaukee . . . Engineering . of Engineers; Mack House - thletic Chairman. EDWARD M. JAGODZINSKI . . . Milwaukee . Theta Tau. President . . . . SME; SAE. KDW ARD L. JAMES . . . Beloit . . . Engineering Air Society; Concert Band . . . Beta Theta Pi. P.AT JAMES . . . Racine . . . Hispanic Studies Prom; Careers Conference: WSGA Style Show . American Society . Engineering . . . . . ASME: Arnold . . Spanish Club: Chi Omega. RICHARD E. JAMESON . I oming Buttons Chairman . . . anwatosa . . . Engineering . Sigma Chi. President. .|( NN M. J.VNSEN . . . Appleton . . . Home Economics . . . . Alpha (iamma Delta. . . . Home- Eiithenics R IIN (;. JANZ . . . Ashland . . . Agriculture . . . Alpha Zeta . . hiiture Farmers of America; l-H; Blue Shield: Ag Student Council. ALBERT . L JAVOREK . . . Knowlton . . . Agriculture . . . 4-H: Future Farmers of America: Blue Shiehl: Saddle and Sirloin . . . Oella riirta SigiTia. Treasurer and Publicity Chairman. i ) WID C. JEFFER ' S . . . ' Toledo. Ohio . . . Engineering ... I niyer- ity of Toledo . . . Theta Tau . . . Mining and .Metallurgical Club: IME; American Society for Metals; Snow Ball. Tickets Chairman: Hoofers Ski Meet, Ticket Chairman. 389 rl% »,Tk-ci..l ni-lu ;i iUuuo ran he IonikI at III. ' I iiioii. ihA First Ron: DONALD G. JELINEK . . . Racine . . . Pharmacy . - . Wisconsin Pharmaceutical Society. • HENRY JEI.ENSKI . . . Chica-jo. III. . . . Dairv Industry . . . Bahcock Dairy Science Cluh: Newman Club; Catholic Student Council . . . Cross Couiiirv . . . I ' hi kappa. • FAMES JENSEN . ; . Neenah . . . Engineerinn; ' . . . Iron Cross: Delia Espilon: Tan Beta Pi: Phi Lambda Upsilon; Phi Kappa Phi . . . Student Board: WSA Treasurer: MIIA Cabinet: Union Council: Dorm Bloo l Drive Chairman. Hecwiil Row: MARY LITA .JENSEN . . . Madison . . . Speech . . . Phi Bela . . . Theater Committee: Wisconsin Players: Junior Orchesis: Dance Committee . . . Gamma Phi Beta. • THOMAS F. JENSEN . . . Madison . . . Agronomy . . . Racine Extension Center . . . Chamberlin House. Social Chairman. • G. ' VYLORD . . JENTZ . . . Waupun . . . Law . . . Delta Epsilon. Vice-President; Iron Cross . . . MHA Advisor to Alumni: .Student Conduct Board: Judicial Board: House Presidents ' Council: Tarrant Hou e. President: Senior Council . . . Tennis. • DAN G. JINDK . . . Mishicot . . . i;ri iillure . . . Saddle and Sirloin: Ag Student Council; Aiiriiiilliire (,)iiartet Contest: Bahcock House Steward . . . Foolhall. • DONALD W. JOllN.SON . . . Pepin . . . Law . . . Finance Society . . . Acacia. • (iOKDON 11. JOHNSON . . . Milwaukee . . . Accounliii . . . Beta Alpha Psi: W Club; Pep Rally. Chairman: Student Athletic Board . . . Head Cheerleader: (iymnaslio. Captain . . . Delta Tan Delta. Third Row: JACK W. JOHNSON . . . Milwaukee . . . Electrical Engineering . . . Kappa Eia kappa . . . AIEE: IRS; lES; international Clnl.: Radio Club: Siebecker ll..ii e. S( holaslic and Social Chairman. • JACQUELYNE M. J( )ll S( )N . . . Tuskegee Institute. Alabama . . . Sori,,l,,;: . . . NAACP. Social Chairman: Joint Council on Human Rights. Vice-President. • JF.AN F. JOHNSON . . . Clinton . . . Pharmacy. • Kllini G. JOHNSON . . . Racine . . . Marketing . . . larketing Club . . . Gregory House. President. • LLEW FI.L N R. JOHNSON . ' . . Milwaukee ... American Institutions . . . Brown University . . . Job Opportunities Conference Host . . . Sigma Alpha Fpsilon. • MARCJ RET A. JOHN- SON . . . Lanesboro, Minn. . . . Education-English . . . Pan Hellenic Council; Orientation . . . Alpha Gamma Delta. 390 I irst «..M. l in i:. JOHNSON . . . Ilarlfoni . . . Kn :lisli . . . Lawrence CoIWe . . . I ' i Bcia Phi. • MILTON M. JOHNSON . . . Es.a ial.a, liili. . . . Kiifiinerriiif: . . . S 1K . . . llicia Chi. • NOK l N C. JOHNSON . . . Monroe . . . Education-Natural Science. • RICHAKI) C. JOHNSON ... Xurora. Ill Phannaiv .. . W abash t.ollege .. . Banil: I-F Chorus: Summer Prom. Suh-Cliairman; Pi Kappa Alpha. • KOLANI) I . JOHNSON . . . kenosha . . . Psyihology . . . Psychology Club: I-F Kcpresentative: I-F Chorus . . . Phi Kappa Sigma. • RONALD A. |( )H NSON . . . isconsin Rapids . . . Accounting . . . Kappa Sigma. Scidiid Hull: KONXLD I). JOHNSON . . . Ocononumoi- . . . Recreation . . . Haresfoot, Executive Secretary . . . Union Dance Committee . . . I.ir c Mall Co-Onlinalur. • WlLI.IWl F.JOIINSON . . . Charleston. V. Va Economics ... Activities Bureau; Wisconsin Plavers: Cn.k W ck W ,,rk-h..p Chairman . . . Sigma lpha Kpsil.m • ALAN E. JOHNSRL I) . . . Manitowoc . . . Physics . . . Phi Eta Sigma . . . German I lull. • HOW KI) L JONES ... La Crosse . . . Light Building Industry . . . Sigma Lambda Chi . . . Real Estate and Home Building Associa- lioii. I ' n-iil.Ml. • JO VN C. JONES . . . Beaver Dam . . . Pharmacy . . . Kappa Epsilon . . . Wisconsin Pharmaceutical Society . . . Student Board. • KKNNKI 11 M.JONES . . . Endeavor. . . Marketing . . . Phi Eta Sigma . . . VIHA Cabinet: MHA Alumni Association; Student Board. Third Row: LOU . NN JONES . . . Madison . . . Medicine . . . Alpha Epsilon Iota . . . Chorus; A Capella Choir; Union Directorate: Union Dance Committee: Wisconsin Players, Assistant Stage Manager. • MARIAN R. JONES . . . Chicago, 111. . . . Education . . . Pan Hellenic Council; (Campus Carnival; Union Activities Bureau; Union News Bureau; Orientation, Sub-Chairman ... Pi Beta Phi. Secretary. • MARILYN JONES . . . Prairie du Sac . . . Home Economics . . . Symphony Orchestra. • MAR ' l HK, I ' ll JONES . . . Madison . . . Medicine . . . Alpha Epsilon Iota . . . Women ' s Chorus; A Capella Choir; Union Music Committee; Soplmniorc Hiiiior-. • ROBERT I). JUDY . . . Peshtigo. . . Agriculture . . . lpha Zcla. President . . . 1-H Club. President: Blue Shield: Saddle and Sirloin: (;()P: FFA; Agricultural Student Council: Country Magazine; Farm Short Course. • JAMES G. JUNG . . . Okauchee . . . Internalional Relations . . . Provost Corps . . . Phi Eta Sigma . . . Religious Open House Chairman . . . Alpha Chi Rho, President. Fiiurth Run: RAYMOND JUSTUS . . . Bronx. N. Y. . . . Economics . . . Finance Society. • STANLEY KAAT . . . Sheboygan. . . Engineering . . . AIEE. • K R1. K MIL . . . Milwaukee . . . Marketing . . . Alpha Phi Omega . . . Marketing Club, President: Athenaean Society: Senior (ioimcil: Elections ( .hairman: Ailministralive Council. Student Board: Wisconsin Idea, Business Manager: Winter Carnival, Business Manager. • ROBERT J. KAllN . . . New ' ork. N. ' Zoology . . . Phi Eta Sigma. Vice-President. • ALLEN CLARENCE KAISER . , . Milwaukee . . . Finance and Labor Managemenl . . . SAM. • C VTHERINE R. KAISER . . . Fond du Lac . . . Home Economics . . . Eulhenics . . . Wiskits . . . Alpha Chi Omega. i 391 now UI) W. K ISi;i{ . . . lil»;„ik,r . . . In.lusirial hm; m,;u ...SWl. 1 H IN S. K ll . . . lil»;,„k,r. . . I,a» ari.l c,oun I in- I ' a,, K|.sil.,n Klin. I ' lr.icl.iii . . . ll;,n- fM,,l; l,,--al l,l SuricU: Ha.Tio ( lar.li- llal: W II Slii.lrMI iin ic.r: .S|,„|,iil lioanj. irrasMrrr: | l 0|.n.,r- liMiili.- (.,„if,rrn.-, ' . I ' n.inoiioMs Chairinarr. W S I iiirrnalii.nal Coiii- irii-iiiri: .junior l ' n Mi Iciiiimil Ins: lll Sh.ii- ( iinimil Icr. Sorial CoiMiiiil . . . l|,lia i;|, il,,n I ' i. : ■ . ■ . .. K l,|{| S . . . (),lik,,,li . . . (;!„• nisirv. KDW l{l) .1. K l,l l ' . . . lil»auk.-,. . . . l-MNM.al i;.lur,li..,i IVIla.SI-ma I ' i. KDBKUr .F. KM,L I ' A . . . MiUsauk,-,- . . . l.aK-l ' liil.. .,|,l,v . . . |-|„ i;iaSI;;mai I ' re.slimaii ami S( |iliimioic llii-ini ... 1 riioii I )aikrM,,rii ( ; .m iiiillt ' p . . . Kappa Sij ma. IIKNin STAM.KV K VNKCKI . . . Kcioslia . . . ( ;i,r,ni.al Isn-iiM-iT- inj: . . . AlChF. . . . Hill,- ( :l,il,. Vi(f-lV -i(lciil; IMu.lo-rapliy ( iiiil.. K i; KAROIX . . cinil. i«e-Pre il lpiil. KOBEKT I. KAKOW . . . Ree.l. l.ur- . Kappa Ela Kappa: AIRE: SAE . . . lES. .FAMES M. KARTFF SAE; AS IE . . . Si.rm; . . Milwauke Delia Omesi Fsii lisli . . . Sifiina Kappa, i ' rr -- . . . EliTiriial En ' iiu-i-riiif; . Mn-haiiiral Eii»:ineerin r . I ()1S KASEGLM . . . F5elavaii . . . Home Economics-Clot liini: and TexLiles . . . F ' hi Upsilon Omicron. Treasurer . . . Sophomore IFonors . . . Slichter IFall, Secretary; Home Economics High School Day, RegLstralion Chairman; Union Activities Bureau; Careers Conference. AFARLIS KASSOWITZ . . . Milwaukee . . . Occupational TIk Chorus; Pres House; Langdon Manor, House President. iipy JOAN KASTE . . . Filv . . . Eulhenics; Orienlati( aukee . . . Dietetics . II . . . Alpha Xi Delia F ' hi Upsilon On N()R F N S. KATZ . . . Jaaesville . . . l,a«-( :(mimerce . . . Uni. Forum Committee; Siuiimer Sludenl Board. KACFFEL PEARL KATZ . . . Marinette . . . merican Fnstitulions . Marinette Extension . . . FFillel Review; Campa Dance Commiltcc. ALVFN P. KATZOWSK " . . . Chicago. III. . . . I ' harmacv . . . Hill. HONAI.D B. KAL EM N . . . Atlantic C:ily. N. .1 l liilosoph% . . . Arnold Society: Fililary Ball Committees . . . Alpha Epsilon ' . TAAYF KAUPS . . . Tallinn, Estonia . . . Civil Engineering . . . VSCE . . . Tau Beta Pi, Chi Epsilon . . . Wayland Cluli; International Club. EDWARD KAZANJFAN . . . Kenosha . . . Marketing . . . Kenosha Extension . . . AFarketing Club; Men ' s Halls Store, Manager. BARBARA KF :CK . . . Watertown . . . Xmcri.an instiluli.ms . . . Kappa Alpha Theta- House F ' resident. RICHARD H. KEHR . . . Elm Grove . . . Civil Engineering . . . VSCE . . . Freshman Crew . . . Alpha Tau Omega. House President. lOFFN I ' . KEICH . . . Chicago, III Markclin- . . . Newman ( Inl.: Marketing Chd); I-I " ' Chorus; Orienlatioii . . . I ' lii Kappa. S.-irilar . K EN N I:TH E KEITEL . . . West Bend . . . Marketing .... Markelin ( lidi: I ' inance Society; I-F Chorus; .Men ' s Chorus . . . F ' i Kappa lph ii I -I ' nsident. W II. 1.1 M II. KKI I II K A I, E.N KELLEIF ' . . College . . . Delta (janinia . . ( l-llkosh Mcnasha . . iMlglish llislorv . Brandfoid li 392 lUCII Mil) r. KKI.IAl N . . . Madison . . . (.li.-miral Eiifriiio.rin;; . . . W Cliih: MChK . . . I ' rark. rilOM S M. KKI.LS . . . lil«aiik Drha Si.-rna I ' i. La N . . . I ' hi Dtlla I ' ll ll l kKl.l. . . . Cliipi.cwa I ' alU . . . Bii inpss Vclminislralion. NKLDA L. KEMMKKKK . Itiiaril: Ba(l " er, Personnel Ma iir. III. . . . Spanish . . . Badger Kappa lpha Tlieta. Seerelar . NF.IL II. KEMPF . . . Madison . . . Soeiology . . . Pershing Rifles: Seahhard and Blade; Military Ball Board, flhairman . . . Thela Chi. (;ILBERT H. KE IPIN(;KK . . . Oshkosh iiig . . . Newman Cluh: ASMEi S K. Mechanical Engineer It LE C. KENNEDY . . . Kenosha . . . Pliarmaey . . . Kappa Epsilon . . . Wisconsin Pharmaceutical Society. Secretary; Orientation ... Pi Beta Phi, Vice-President. HOWARD KENT . . . Port Chester. N. Y. . . . Journahsm-Education . . . International Club; Union Danskeller. Committee Chairman: Cardinal: Union News Bureau: International (jlub News, Editor. JOHN KEOCIIEKIAN tlommiltee. . Racine . . . Economics . . . MIIA I ' ihu l R10N K. KERIN . . . Ma.lison . . . Physical Education . . . Senior Dolphins: Physical Education Chih: ft AA . ' . . Theta Phi Alpha. DORIS KKKS ' l ' EN . Clid) . . . Delia Delta , . Bonduel . . . Occupational Therapy . . . )! Delta, Vice-President. ,|0 N KERSTEN . . . Wittenberg isconsin Pharmaceutical Society . . Pharmacy . . . Rho Chi . Delta Delta Delta. ROBERT KESSENICH Sigma . . . Newman Club . Madison . . . Market Phi Kappa, President. ELIZABETH MARIE KHOURY . . . Evanston. III. . . . Home Eco- nomics Related Art . . . Euthenics . . . Kappa Alpha Theta, Archivist. JOSEPH S. KILLIAN . . . Chicago SAM; IRC . . . Scholarship Chairman. . Iniluslrial Management HELEN F. KILLINGSTAD . . . Madison . . . Home Economics l.ducalion . . . Phi Upsilon Omieron . . . Sophomore Honors: Abby Marlalt Memorial Award; Omieron Nu, President; Sigma Epsilon Sigma . . . Euthenics: Agriculture Student Council: Harvest Ball rrangements Chairman; Careers Conference; Senior Swingout; House Molhers. Presidents Tea, General Chairman . . . Chi Omega. ROLF T. KILLINCSTAD . . . West Allis . . . Civil Engineering . . . ASCE . . . Pershing Rifles . . . Acacia. KENNETH P. KIMMEL . . . Milwaukee . . . Economies . . . Finance Society; Arnold Society . . . Phi Sigma Delta. FREDRIC KING . . . Brooklyn, N. Y Accounting . . . Haresfool: au. Hispanic Studies . . . Sigma Blue Kixer . . . Music Edu.alio,. . . . MARILYN KINNEY . . . llartf. 1 )el(a Pi . . . Careers Conferenci ' . SALLY JAMES KINNE Sigma Alpha Iota. SHIRLEY KIRCH MAN . . . Algoma . . . Nursing. ALICE C. KITCHEN . . . Cedar Rapids, Iowa . . . English . . . Coe College . . . Alpha Lambda Delta . . . Italian Club; Greek Week, Clinic Chairman: Academic Affairs Commiltee: Junior Prom . . . Delta Delta Delta, t.baplain. CAROL GATES KLATT . . . Waukesha . . . English-Education . . . Humorology: Union Music Committee Tournament of Song. 393 KI.IZABRTll ANN KI.KK . . . h,.li ..,. . . . .i i:,l„r.,iio„ . . . I , (Irafl (iofiiiiiilliT. H jWK kl.KIMIKlNZ. .. Ma.lis.m . . . ll.mir K, „n,„„l, l-ll Cliili: Kliii ' Shield: Kiilliriiirs: l,illl - Iiiti-riiiilional Co.irl of lloi (;niinlr Mafia inr ( :,.ll,-,ii,,ris Maiiafrrr . . . IVIla ..-la. (VI ' TO I ' . kl.lKVK . . . Mil«aNk.c , . . Knciiircrinf; . . . SMI ' , Sifjma l|.ha Kpsiloil. H |{U K M. KI.O.SKK . . . Chicago. ..Home Kcoiiomi. ki-liii ; Cluh: Newman (lliili: Eiitlienies: Union llonse ( ' .nii Ml.liaCanima Delia. I ' RKDKKICK lu,,l: I ' n.M. kill. kN MM ' . . . Shell Lake . . . kappa Si ' ina. I ' resideiil . l RC; )T C. KNILANS . . . Camhri.Ice . . . Ilom.- K, ..noniies . . . I ' lii Ipsil.m Omieron. I ' residenI . . . l.irlar Hoard . . . Dolphin ( .hih: Enlhenie,;(:i%ilian Defense House Warden. EDWIN L. KNOECIIKI. . . . Miiwaiikee . . . l ' harMlae . . . kappa Psi. Program Chairman . . . Kli.t Chi. Presi.lenl; I ' lii ICla Sigma; I ' lii Lamlida Upsilon . . . Ameriean. iseonsin Pharmarenlieal Assoeialioiis: Slndenl Board; New Student Week; Campus Carnival; Sophomore High Honors. K( »BKKr D. kNOLI St. Croix Falls . . . Engineering . . . Society of ntomotive Engineers . . . HIA Chorus, President and Secretary. ROBERT K. KNOLINSKI . . . Antigo . . . Engineering . . . MACE . . . AIEE; Newman Cluh: VMCA, President: Student Board; WMA t:onneil: Inler-Kraternil v Congress; Hi- ' Dav Chairman . . .Triangle. KENNETH O. KNOWLES . . . Manitowoc . . . Commerce . . . Uni- versity of Wisconsin Insurance Society. NORVIN A. KNUTSON . . . Milwaukee . . . Light Building Industry . . . Light Building Association; University Band , . . Acacia. President. JOHANNA KOCH THOMAS 1). kOCll . . . Milviaiikce . . . Engineering . . . ASCE . . . Sigma Chi. CHARLES E. kOEBLE . . . Milwaukee . . . Commerce . . . U. W. Extension. Milwaukee . . . MIIA, Cahinet. Pid.lii- Rclatiojis Commil- tei ' . I lections (Committee, Chairman. I.KROI kOEHLER . . . Milwaukee . . . Commer.e. MELVIN L. KOENU; . . . Marshliel.l . . . nimal llushandr . . . Saddle and Sirloin; University Meats .ludging Team. ROBERT . L KOENK; . . . Pittshurgh. Pa. . . . Eccmomics . . . Stu- dent Chairman: Joh Opportimities Conference Host; (Jreek Week Com- mittee . . . Sigma Alpha Epsilon. PHILIP DOUt;LAS kOEPCKE . . . Ma.lison . . . Light Building In.lnstry . . . Sigma Lamhcla Chi . . . Phi Eta Sigma . . . (iolf . . . Delia Upsilon. ELAINE KOE.STER . . . Milwaukee . . . English Edueatio.i . . . Sigma Epsilon Sigma . . . Cardinal Board, President . . . Alpha (.hi Omega, President. ROBERT E. kOHLS . . . Portage . . . Entomology. DANIEL 1). kO.)IS . . . Cudaliv . . . Engineering . . . ASCE: Si. Paul Co-op. K )11N H. KOLLER . . . Madison . . . Engineering . . . Society of ul. motive Engineers; ASME. M RV S. KOLTES . . . W aunak.-e . . . Home Krouo.ni,- ... I iunc, sity Chorus; P nlhenics (Huh. IIIOMAS J. KONTOS . . . Bntte-des-morls . . . Eiigimering . . ( )slikosli Slate College . . . , SCI; Lyceum. I 394 NOFl, S. KOrVI.I) . . . Cllira;;,,. 111. . . . i ' lll. (lUlil.KS K. K()UM)i;U . . . (l-lik,, li . ( loiicerl Band: Manhiii Muriil. KK.NM ' .TII V. kOKK . . . I.lklutrl l.ako ■ounliMf: . . . I ' i l.ainlMJa iM-onornirs-l ' inancr . . . (Fef)j;rapliv-K(liicalion. NANt; C KOSLOSKE . . . Menasha . . . Economics and French . . . Crucible . . . Careers Conference, Discussions Chairman; Campus C.hesl. Screlary: .S(; .Iiidiciul Couniil: Hadf;er. P:xchant;e Edilor . . . Delia Canuna. I ' llll. E. k().S () SK . . . C.ileman . . . Afirlcullural Kn-ln erinf; . . . ASAE . . . Sidi-tlhairman. Ilalls| |i|ien. I ' KCGV JEAN KOSSOW . . . Slurficon Ba . . . Malliemalics . . . S|i;ma Epsilon Sigma: Phi Beta Kappa: Sophomore llish Honors . . . . I ' reshman Scholarship Banqucl Commillec. LOKRAINE J. KOUBENEC . . . Batavia. III. . . . Physical Educa- llon . . . Physical E.lucalion Cluh; WAA; Dolphins: Hoofers. l.iniN . KOTH. IK. . . . Milwaukee . . . M.rhanical En in.eriuf; .. .S K: S 1K. SIMON .1 WIKS kOW AilL . . . Independence . . . Agriculliiral Edu- cation . . . Alpha ela. HKLCK E. kRAMEK . . . Shel.oy ;an . . . Melallur-ical Engineerinf; .. . Mining and Melallurgy Cluh: Foundry P ducalional Foundation: Union Crafts Committee. DEI.BEKT D. kRVLSE . . . Coleman . . . Accounting . . . Beta lpha Psi . . . ( lonunerce Senior Banquet. KI.AINE M. kKAl SE . . . Green Bay . . . Economics . . . Green Bay Extension Center . . . Sigma Epsilon Sigma . . . Prom Decorations Com- mittee . . . Delta Delta Delta. VERENA URSULA KREIS . . , Hinnlngen. Switzerland . . . French . . . International Cluh: French Cluh. WALLACE L. KREMER . . . AlChE. Shchovgan . . . (ihemical Engineering; DONALD K. KRENZ . IM . . . Insurance Society Hamluirg . . . Insurance . . . lpha kappa . . Lambda Chi Alpha. JO ANN C. KRENZIEN . . . Green Bay . . . Home Economics- Dietetics . . . LS A. Choir: House Presidents ' Council: Badger Club Treasurer. EDW RI) R. kRl F ;KR . . . Milwaukee . . . Dairy Husbandry . . . .■Saddle and Sirloin Clidi: Campus Chest: Dormsylvania: Wisconsin Play ers . . . Phi kappa. W LDE L4R KRUEGER . . . Muskeg.. . . . Geology . . . Alpha Sigma Phi, Treasurer. DL NA KRUGMAN . . . Milwaukee . . . Home Economi. Nutrition . . . Three S(piares: Haas House, President. JOSEPH C. KRUSHAS . . . Milwaukee . . . Economies. STANLEY F. kRYSA . . . Hudson. Mass. . . . Baseball. E -onomii .JOHN kR NSkI . . . Madison . . . Light Buililiug liuhistry . . . Real Estate and ilonic Buililiug Association: Inler-Fraternitv CoiukII . . . J " hi kappa. SALLY JE N kl FBLER ... La Crosse . . . Art Education . . . Sum- mer Prom. C.o-(!liairman Decorations: kickoff Ball Dance Committee: Barnard Hall, ssistanl Social (Jhairmau. Mi I I Kl i;ilN . . . Milwaukee . . . Si.ani h . . . Spanish Club: Social llaii- ( rMriM- ion: (Chorus: WAX: llomecomiug Committee: Prom I ' ublicily Committee . . . Kappa Delta. 395 First Riiir: CHARLES ELLIS KUEHN . . . Sheliovgan . . . Law-Economics . . . Sheboygan Extension . . . Sn| hn ril . . . Bola Thela Pi. • CHARLES I ' , kl HL I VN . . . Lake Mills . . . Nalnral Science-Eiliualioii . . . Kna|i|i llonse Presidml; Provosl Corps. • SIIIRLEI kUHN . . . Chillon . . . Social Work. lore Flonors . . . Student ( oiin- iliolar.lii|) Winner . . . ICA, Sramd Koiv: BOB Kl JEI,L1S . . . Ka.ine . . . Correclional Adniinislralion . . . Crime Clnlii (;aller ConnniHee. • ALLAN 1. KULAKOW . . . Milwaukee . . . French . . . Phi Kla Si ' ma: National Collegiate Players . . . Frenili Clul.. I ' re-idenl; International Cluh: Student Welfare Commission, Chairman; Senior Council: iMiin iri I ' layers; Theater Board; Campus Clie t. Solii Itat iori ( hairrnan. (General ( liairnian: Fire Prevention Week Chairman; Showerman Mouse I ' ldilicitv Chairman; Student Life and Intiroi ( (UTiruit tec • SI ' WI.I ' A Kl l, K()W . . . Milwaukee . . . (;eologv . . . Delta Epsilon . , . (ieolo rv Cluh; MHA Cabinet; Student Board; Mack House. Secretar% ; Mil A Dottii C;anipus Com- mittee; Mil Store (iommitlee. • FRED ( ). kl I IKRFELDT . . . Two Rivers . . . Natural Scienee-Eilucation . . . Outstanding Sliideni Award at Mariito»or Extension Center. • K RL RICIIVRI) kUNDERT ... Monroe ... Finance ... Finance Society ... Tennis. • DONALD GENE kUNTZELMAN . . . Egan, III. . . . Zoology and Conservation. 77ii liwv: LLO ' l I) S. kL PFERBERG . . Phi. • (;eorge F. KUPFERSCUMID . . Medical Technology . . . Alpha Delta Theta Chicago. III. . . . Economics . . . Phi Eta Sigma . . . Ilaresfool; Campus Carnival ... Pi Lambda . La Crosse . . . Bacteriology . . . Camera Club. • RLENE M RIE kURI . . . Milwaukee . . . . . Sigma Epsilon Sigma. • ' C RIL . kl ST . . . Pound . . . grieullural Education . . . Sopho- more Honors; Alpha Zeta. President. Vice-President . . . FFA; Saddle and Sirloin Cbdi; 1-1 1 Club; Newman Clid); griciillure-Home Economics Student Coun.il: l-F Council: Harvest Ball Finance Chairman: Mil V Cliorus: W VI New Student Week; Freshman Convocation . . . Delta Theta Sigma. Sccretar%. • CI! RLES R. kUTCHIN . . . Oshkosh . . . Econ.miio . . . W l : nierican Red Cross First id Committee. Chair- man: (;ol ' : Cardinal: Men s Night. Chairman; Pledge Presi.lent Council . . . Kappa Sigma. • 1 R(;ARE ' I ' k LE . . . Milwaukee . . . Speech Correction . . . Sigma kappa i hi . . . .Sigma kappa. 396 First A ' ..n. l DKI : I . I IS( II . . . l ilu uikc- . . . Serial W ..rk . . . Si ;ma Kpsiloii Si-iiuu I ' lii Kj|.|m IMii; I ' lii l!,l,, Ka|.|.;i. • K I ' ll- I.KKN I Vld l. in I)|»i: . . . SlMhox-an Tail- . . . Horn,- I :,-,„i,,itii,- . . . Sifima Kpsiloii Si;. ' ina . . . Kiilli.ni,-, ( ImI,: I!Im,- Slii.l.h I iiioii Cu.ii- iiions Com. nil I.-.-. • ,|( )li . I, HI DDK . . . aii»alo«a . . . Cl.cniislrv . . . I ' lii Lamliila I |. il ..l . . . Sn|,t,.,;iM .,- Ili:;li ll,,iioi . • JOAN IADWK; . . . MiKvaiik.c . . . S.Mial Work . . . (Wimv Cliil,; Spaniel. ( ,l.il.: I ' olk I ' i.-sla Coniiiiil l.r. • (;|,I;NN I. I . KDI ' K K . . . ).likosh . . . c:,Mrim.T -.- . . . S(..i,u l,„ Xclvanri-iiicnl ,,f Mana-.-.iuiil . . . D.lla Kpsilon . . . Mil l lsin(■, Mana;;.-.; Ha lilMnl II.,iim-, I ' lvsi.lciil. Vice- I ' nsi,l,-.,|. • I ' Vimci l. l I 1.1 . . . Rarinr . . . S(Mi,,lo-v . . . W i.kil s . . . Ipha ( hi O.iic-a. S,;:m,l l ,m: . VKKM ' , 1 )i;i,( )l{ KS LVkK . . . K.,lli ,lnM . . . Commrnr . . . I ' lii Chi Ihrla . . . N,»..ia.i Chih: Doxirt Cl.ih; l,i-M.a.i..- S( .iel : LniN.-isilN Chor,i : SiikIimiI (i.ncrnmpnl Confcrcm-.-. • KKITII W . I, AM, IKK . . . MiKvaiikre . . . Kighl Biiil.linu . . . Ka|)|.a Si-i.ia. • JOIIN M. l, SDin . . . (iiicn Bay Vccounlinf; . . . Boxing . . . Sigma Nu. • LAWRENCE LANE . . . Wymore, Nehr E, ono.ni. - . . . Finance Sociclv. • DON L ANCJ . . . Kaiine . . . C ' ivil Engineering . . . The I a Tan . . . Vmerican Society of ( " ivil Engineers; American eld- ing Sociely. • JOHN K. LAN(; . . . Del ' ere . . . Lan.lscapc n hilciure . . . I,an,l ca|.c Council . . . Mpha flhi liho. Thinl l{,m: JOIIN 1. LANGEK . . . Barahoo . . . llislorv . . . la.c . . . W isconsin Men " s Associalion. Presidenl. Vice-PrcidenI: Siiidcnl BoanI: 11IA .lu.licial Commillee; Senior Conncil: l-F Congress ' : LnixirsilN Bands . . . Sigma Chi. • PAUL F. LANGEK . . . Two Ki ers . . . Kco- noniics . . . MIIV llonse Presidenis ' Conncil: Shoucrman llon c. I ' roidcnI. • JOSEPH I,APCE MCII . . . Kenosha . . . Commerce . . . Rcnne- h. hni Scholarship. • J COL KLINE K. LVKK IN . . . aii«alosa . . . Journalism . . . Sigma Epsilon Sigma . . . Sophomore High Honors . . . Alpha (iamma Delia. Vici ' -I ' residenl. • ClIESIKK . LAKSON . . . Chippewa Falls . . . Engineering . . . Kappa Ela Kappa; Sigma Pi Kho . . . AIEE. • EDDIS KOBERT LAKSON . . . Ma.lison . . . Economics . . . Finance Socielv: Cross Counlrv. Fiiiiilli lion: J NK I.VRSON . . . ladi-on . . . Home llcononiio-Kchicalion . . . Senior Conncil: )rieMlali..ii ( io-Chairman: Badgi-r: W iskils . . . Mpha Chi Omega. • I RCI L LAK.SON . . . Joliel. III. . . . Home Ec.momics . . . Phi I psil.m Omicron . . . Dolphins. W A: Commons Commillee. . . Kappa Delia. • IC TOR J. LARSON . . . au»alosa . . . Hispanic Stndies . . . Mens Halls Chorus: Lniversilv Meas Chorus: Inlernalional Chih. Parenls Weekend . . . Delia law Delia. • KA ' 10ND P. LASKOWSKK . . . Beloil . . . Induslrial Managcmenl . . . Mpha Kappa Psi . . . Soeiely for Advancement of Management. President. Vice-Presidenl. • ARLENE R. LASSILA . . . Spooner . . . Child Development. • ALFRED t. LAU . . . Sheboygan Falls . . . Dairy Industry . . . Balicock Dairy Science Chih: Agriculture Student Council; Band . . . Alpha Gamma Rho, President. 1 1 5 - ■-- ..V ) n ft 397 A t iiiAin (;. i, i . . . w .u, iuik,r . . . i,,,k.ii„.. . . . i|,ii.i K,,|.|., I ' -i . . . hirkrllM Cliil.; Nr iiMii Cliil, . . . W n- llin... DIM) l, l lii: l . . . Kciiu li (■.■iili.Ml ,. iallMll . . . Wrolllr l ' li;iriria ' N . . . »M ' ,,r.,„ I ' h, ■. jr il : I ' ImII Xhiru.;;.-! lilA KHI, l. l SON ... I ' l.ria;;.-, ,. Il-.n,- E.oiK.mics I )i,-l.li,s riii I |ivilciii (Iriiicniii . . . .Sii;iiui K|i. ' -il(iii Sif;ma; ()micri)n ii. W " l M ' ' , l, l I ' KN . . . .•w Loiulon . . . Corri -elioiial A.lminislralion . . . Criiii.- Cl.ili; |.| ' Ciiiiniil: I ' l aiikf.il.iir er House. Social Cliairman: l,u. lk - I louse. Sorial Chairman . . . Trark. DAVID L. LAWRENCE . . . Milwaukee . . . Medicine . . . I ' ln Cln. KOSEM RV LEAIIV . . . Slevens Poinl journalism . . . W iscn- sin .Slate College, Stevens Point . . . ( ' oranto . . . Newman ( luli: Radficr. Co-Editor. Section Editor; Norllilight, Co-Editor . . . Tliela Plii l|ilia. ICRV J. LE C()( LIE . . . Manitowoc . . . Personnel Management . . . Ilaresfoot, Piihlieitv Director: Efirensie Union; Senior ( ' »un il; ISA, Viee-Presi«lent; " Decend)er Dream. " Ceneral Chairman; I vecutive . ssistant. Prom; Joh ( )| |iorInuilics Conference, I ' inaricc Chairman; Campa Chairman . . . Theta Chi. DAVID C. LEE . . . Wisconsin Rapids . . . Economics . . . Phi Ela Sigma . . . Haresfoot; Homecoming, Publicity Director . . . Kappa Sigma. PAUL A. LEE . . . Milwaukee . . . Geograph . . . Inlernalio ud Cluh. JOHN ). LEER . . . Eaii Claire . . . Mechanical Engineering . AS ME. . AIEE; CURTIS L. LEHMAN . . . Neosho . . . Food Industry . . . E. riology Club. od ' lech- I ' llEODORE LEHMANN . . . Madison . . . Political .Science . International Club; WSA. LEE D. LEIFER . . . Manitowoc . . . Insurance and Real Eslale . Insurance Society; Ochsner House, Secretary, Treasurer. MILTON K. LEISMAN . . . Madison . . . Journalism . . . Norlhlai College . . . Sigma Delta Chi. RORERT A. LEISSES . . . Beaver Dam . . . Mechanical Enginecrii . . . ASME ... Pi Tan Sigma . . . Cardinal: W isconsin Engineer. Edit. (;E0R(;E C. LEIST . . . EIrov . . . Metallurgical Engineering MMME . . . United Student Fellowship. Milwaukee . . . Sociology M RK E. LEISTICKEW Pi Kappa Alpha. NANCY LELLEP . . . W auwatosa . . . Occupational Therapy . . Sigma Epsilon Sigma . . . Student Board; Lakota, House President. JOHN C. LEMANCZYK . . . Milwaukee . . . Electronics . . . Scahhani and Blade . . . Speakers Chairman, Job Opportunities Conference . . . Football . . . Theta Chi. SHIRLEY A. LEMKE . . . West Bend . . . Recreation . . . Junior Orehesis; Student Board; Parents " Weekend, Invitations Co-Chairinan: Homecoming, Executive Secretary; Unman Relations Committee . . . Kappa Delta, Vice-President. JL!I) I.ENETT . . . Chicago. III. . . . Speech . . . Wisconsin Players: W II Players; Film Committee: Campus Chcsl: Wiskits; Humorology : Cardinal. ' SARA LEONARD . . . Portage . . . Journalism . . . Theta Sigma Phi . . . Sigma Epsilon Sigma . . . Senior Council; Union Forum Committee. HAROLD LERNER . . . Milwaukee . . . Advertising . . . Student Board. Public Relations Cominiltee; Campus Chest, Publicity Chair- man; Cartlinal, Business Manager . . . Alpha l ' 4)silon Pi. 398 men Mil) s. i.i ' .si.iK . . . sii.,n-» I . . . i;.M,.uriii, . . . , ' II.Mi-i ' I ' rr.i.l. ' nl. Serial (:ii..lr ' ii.iii: I iiiori rlnili( ' s Kiirra ..1,,-v. DONN IKW Li; KKl " . . . Clilra ' c III. . . . Kii-li li Tialiiiiial ( iliili: Spanisli (lliili: L iiioii (ianics ( lomtnil vi Siiiii riiari . .. I ),-lla .rla. . Iiilri Cliai. IHS. UOSM.IM) I.KVIN . . . . SiMiior Si irii; )iii ( ' .ommitlt ' . Milwauk.r . . Union (;ani.- (. iMl lisll-Kaliirarl SOI, I.KVIN . . . MilsNa.ikr Delia. .If) N l,K VINE . . . Cliica-... III. . . . Kiif;li l.-K,lii,-alion . . . ,Sif:ma Dilla Pi: Summer Stndfiil Hoard: I iiioii horum ( loinriiiltee. Chairman. S.rrelary: Parenls " W eek.-.id. I ' id.lic l{.-lali.,ns ;iiairnian; Lake l,a«n House. Social Chairman; Si uden I Board « ari ' iie s( ionunil ler. omenV I ndependenl Co-Ordinalor. KOHKKT K. l.F.VINE . . . Chi.aKo. HI Vceounlinf; . . . lon- moulh Collef:.- . . . Campus Chest C.i-Chairman . . . Thela Clii. Vire- I ' r. ' sideul. EUGENE - KON LEVITT . . . Bronx. N. Y. . . . Kn-lish . . . Inler .4rtg Council . . . One-Act Plays Director. NANCY LEVY . . . Chicago, 111 English . . . W omens Adminislra live Council: WSG. I ndepen lenl ( j-Ordinalor: Lake Lawn House President, Social Chairman. DOKIS CKIPE LEWIS . . . Madiscm . . . Lal.or-Managetienl. W iskils: Canipi NANCIE LEW IS . . . .|,,lici. III. . . . Soriolog Chest; United Jcwisli Student ppcal. KOBERT A. LEWIS . . . Madison . . . Philosophy . . . Badger Chris- tian Fellowship; K Capella Choir: Chorus; Moravian Student Fellow- ship President: Madison Christian Youth Council Chairman. HENRY LEX . . . West AUis . . . History-Education . . . MH. Athletic Committee Chairman: Sieliecker House President. Athletic Chairman. Blood Donor Chairman . . . Wrestling. BRVDFORI) K. L1BB . . . Evansville . . . Sociology . . . Prov Corps . . . Crime Cluh. PAUL D. LIDRAL . . . lgoma . . . Z(,ology . . . Union Bowling Cha man: Badger Classic Bowling Leagiu " President. WERNER H. LIECIITl . E ta Sigma; Phi Beta Kapp, Darlington . . . .Medical Science . . . Phi DONALD N. LlKCiri ' l . . . Milwaukee . . . Mechanical Engineering . . . SAE. RACHEL LI(;HTER . . . Milwaukee . . . English . . . W AA; WSGA Style Show: Student . rt Board; Careers Conference; Orientation. KEITH R. LINDEMANN . . . Madison . . . Economics . . . Wisconsin .Slate College, Oshkosh . . . Union Public Relations Committee. MARY W. LINDOW . . . Florence . . . Business Education . . . Phi ihi Tlieta, Vice-President. NANC V. LINDOUIST . . . South Milwaukee . . . Home Economics- Clothing and Textiles . . . Union News Bureau; Union Film (Committee; Eulhenics ( luli; Lutheran Student . ssociation. ROBERT G. LINDSAY . . . ladis.,Ti . . . Kngli.li. BEATRICE NANCY LINS . . . Spring (Jreen . . . Speech-Education . . . Zeta Phi Eta . . . Sigma Delta Pi ... L iiion Forum C ommittee, Sec- retary: Wisconsin Players: Barnard Hall Jiiilirial Council: Professional Pan Hellenic Council; Concert Banrl; Symphony ( )rchestra. GLENN D. LINSEV . . . Racine . . . Electrical Engineering . . . Theta Tan; AIEE. BENJAMIN E. L1NSK Alpha Psi. c -ounliiig . . . Beta 399 NOKMAN SHKI.DON Lll ' Slll! ' ! ' . . . . Siimms l „ini . . . Medicine . . . Oiilral Stale Ci.llci;.- . . . I ' lii D.Iim K|. .il,,ri . . . Mami . . . Zria Bela Tan. IWIKS T. LOCKK . . . Milwaukee . . . ,nr,„:n, I n l i hiliolis . . . Milwaukee Stale Teachers Collefje . . . Alplia I ' lu trncfia . . . (ieriiiau C.luli: I.SA; National Serviee Kraternilv. l ' IKU;i A. I.OC.KKN . . .Black KiNer I ' alls lilc!. . . . Kiillieiiic ' M lianil: Muck I . N. Conferei Delta. W ll,i,IA l M;») |{|) I.OCkWOOl) cation. , Clolliin-arHl Tex- . . . l| lLa i:anuna PAULA LOHMANN . . . I ' ckin. Ill Specch-KdMcalion . . . I ' an-llel Council, President; Student Board Social ffairs ( oinrnissiun. ( .liairrnau: Chorus; Octopus; Administrative Council of Student HoanI; I ' loin: Co-Chairman, Parents " Weekend . . . Kappa Delta. EUGENE W. UOH MILLER . . . Madison . . . Pharmacy-Chemislry . . . Sophomore Honors . . . Phi Eta .Sigma. KICHAKD W. LOOHKL . . . Mil»auk.-e . . . Commcr, ,■ . . . (.hi Phi. President, Social ( Ihairniaii. (;LEN W. LOOKEK . . . Owen . . . Husin.ss Education . . . Insurance Society . . . Inter-Kralernily C horiis . . . I ' i Kap| a Mplia. JANE E. LOPER . . . Oshkosh . . . Medicine . . . Alpha Epsilon Iota .... Sigma Epsilon Sigma . . . Cardinal: (German Club; (German Chorus; International Cluli. JEAN C. LOPER . . . Oshkosh . . . Medical Science . . . Mpha h.psilo.i lola . . . Sigma Epsilon Sigma . . . Cardinal; German CIuIp: (iernian Chorus . . . International Club. JOHN LORANT . . . New York, N. Economics . . . Ilillel Vice- President; Union News Bureau; Freshman Orientation: .loii ( ppor- tunities Conference; Sophomore Honors . . . Zeta Beta ' I ' au. ORLAND R. LORCH . . . Eau Claire . . . Pharmacy . . . W isconsin, American Pharmaceutical Associations. JOHN A. LORD . . . Madison . . . Mechanical Engineering . . . Hoofers Men ' s Chorus; Inter-Fraternity Chorus. Director ... Pi Kappa Mpha House Manager. PATRICK F. LOVE . . . Stevens Point . . . ( :i il Kngi,ic-,-rin- . . ASCE . . . Lambda Chi Alpha. INEZ MARGARET LOW . . . Wauwalosa . . . Chemistry . . . Badgc-i . . . Sigma Kappa. WILLIAM F. LOWE . . . Clevclaml. Oliio . . . Mc-rhanical Engineering . . . Military Ball . . . Arnold Air Society . . . Mitchell Airmen: Per.shing Rilles: ROTC Color Guards Commander. SHELDON B. LUBAR . . . Madison . . . Law . . . Phi Eta Sigma . . . doling Repid licans: Inter-Fraternity Coimcil . . . Law Ball. . . Pi Lambda Phi. CHARLES P. l.UBER . . . Milwaukee . . . Economics . . . OricnIatioM . . . Phi Sigma Delta. GORDON D. LUCAS . . . Rockford, 111 Pharmacy . . . Phi EtaSignia . . . Hoofers; I-F Coimcil; Tennis; Wrestling . . . Theta Delta Chi. SHIRLEY LUDOLPll . . . Shawam . . . Nursing . . . Dolphins . . . WAA Board. KATHARINE LUHMAN . . . Oconomowo. ' . . . Pdiiiial Science . . . United Student Fellowship . . . Kappa Alplia riu-ta. Metallurgical Engineering (ieography . . . Acacia. Ho CARL H. LUND. JR. . . . Racine Alpha Delta Phi. Presidenl. DAVID B. LUND . . . Milwaukee Manager. RALPH W. LUNFX JR. . . . Milwaukee . . . Marketing . . .Prom Queen (.Chairman . . . Homecoming Arrangements Chairman . . . Senior Ball . . . Octoims . . . Phi Delta Iheta. Ru.shing Chairman. 400 l { K. I,IM)HKH(; . . . (; IllKii. . , . Mrcli.al ■| ' ,Mli,iMlof;v . Alpha Delia ■| ' l..-la . . . N.-«inan Cliil,. DEl.MAK HICIUUl) I.INDK . . . Ma.lis.ni . . . Maikcim- . . Mark.-liiif: Cliil.. LUCY L M N ... Kast Lansiii " . Mi.li. . . . S,„ i„l.. N . . . D.l ' aii Universilv . . . I ' rfslinian Honors; Honorary Sorioloyv ( iluli . . . Hoofi ' r Badpter . . ' . Ka|.|ia Kapiia (ia.nma. H |{H U .1. M.CM.I, . . . (;raml Haven. Mich. . . . Physical Meili- riric . . . IMi i(al rherap Clnh; Pres House Choir ... Pi BeLa Phi. PresiilenC. NANCY J. Mr.CANN . . ment . . . Euthenics Club , Racine . . . Home Eeonomies-ChiM l)r eIo[t . . Delta Delia Delia. CVIHERINE McCARTY . . . Brownsyille . . . Home Economics- Dielelics . . . Ml. Mary College . . . Blue Shield; Euthenics; Newman Cli.l.. ROBERT (;. McCLELLAN . . . (;reen Bay . . . Hislory . . . Alpha Phi Omega . . . Hoofers; International Cliili; Barbell Club; Camera Club; YGOP; Spooner House. President. Social Chairman; Slfidenl Board. Treasurer. Siholarship Committee Chairman; Union Council: P21ectious; Orienlalioii; Mil Down-Campus Commitlee; Union ( )nicc Space Committee; Humorology: Dogrin; Richardson House, House Fellow. BARBARA ANNE McCORMICK . . . Devils Lake, N. D History ... Delta Zela. JAMES McCORMICK . . . Rhinelauder . . . Accounting . . . Job Opporliuiities Conference, Displays Chairman: Homecoming. Financi ' Chairman; Union Games Committee; Orieiilalion . . . Track Manager . . . kappa Sigma. ARTHUR L. McCOURT . . . Burlinglou . . . Pharmacy . . . K.a(ipa Psi; Wisconsin Pharmaceutical Society. President; American Pharma- ceutical Society, Vice-President . . . I ewman Club; Pharmacapella. DON STUART McCOY . . . Tomahawk . . . Ciyil Engineering . . . ASCE; SAME . . . Chi EpsiUm . . . 11IA. Cabinet. Appoinlmenis Chairman. HELEN L. McCUNE . . . Augusta . . . Nursing . . . Wisconsin Stale Nurses Association; Stale Student Nurses Association . . . Ilinricbs House. Treasurer. MARGARET McDOW ELL . . . Oak Park. 111. . . . L S . . . (;rinncll College. ROBERT W. McFARLANE . . . Columbus . . . Agricultural Engineer- ing . . . ASAE . . . Little International. NOLA KAYE McGANN . . . Madison . . . Occupational Therapy- Education . . . OT Club, Program Chairman; United Student Fello» ■ ship. .. Alpha i Delta. ROLLAND S. McGINNIS . . . Birmingham. Mich. . . . Speech . . Scabbard and Blade, Treasurer . . . Cardinal Board. Vice-President . . Track . . . Beta Theta Pi. BARBARA McKEE . . . W bitel.sh Bay . . . Kecreation . . . Chorum Omen ' s Chorus . . . Alpha Cihi Omega. KICHARD R. McKENZlE ... La Crosse . . . Law . . . Phi lpli Delta . . . Homecoming Cane Parade, ( ' hairman . . . Football. SAMUEL WAYNE McKlBBLNS . . . West AlHs . . . tlhemical Engineering . . . Sigma Delta Omega; AlCliE; SSE . . . Phi Ela Sigma: Tau Beta Pi; Phi Lambda Lpsilon. 1 R1LYN ANN McLEAN . . ' . Stone Lake . . . Child Deyelopmenl- Home Economics . . . Stephens College . . . Kappa Alpha Theta. JOHN McMANUS . . . lil«auke. lil« Michigan Slate College . . . P St C . American Institiiti rps. JOHN F. McNALL . . . Madison . . . Electrical Engineering . . . AIEE; IRE . . . Pershing Rilles, Captain; Scabbard and Blade . . . Military Ball, Sub-Chairman, Decorations Commitlee; Wisconsin Engineer . . . Rifle Team; Pistol Team. NED C. McNULTY . . . Milwaukee . . . Economics . . . M;OI ' : McCarthy Club, Chairman . . . Crew . . . Kappa Sigma. BETTY LOU McVAY . . . Platteville . . . Psychology . . . Platte%ille State Ccjllege . . . Kappa Kappa Gamma. -■M 401 First Rotv: JEAN L. MacDONALD . . . West Allis . . . English . . . Oricnlatioii; Kick-Off Ball, Secrelary. • PATRICIA N. MacDONALD . . . St. Clair Shores, Mich. . . . Commerce . . . Phi Chi Theta . . . Freshman Orientation; Senior Swingout . . . Alpha Xi Delta, Treasurer. • STEFAN MACKO . . . Racine . . . Law. Spcond Row: JOHN MacIVER . . . Whilefish Bay . . . Political Science . . . Caucus Parly; lloineiomiiig Ball Chairman; Jo!) Opporlnnily Facully Chairman; I-F Committees; Senior Council . . . Freshman Football and Track . . . Phi Delia Thela. • JOHN P. MacRAE . . . Laona . . . Eco- nomics . . . Alpha Phi Omega . . . YGOP; Finance Society; MHA Spectator, ssociale Eililor; MM V Down Campus Commillop: Big Ten Dorm Conference, Finance Committee; Pres House . . . Alpha Sigma Sigma. • MK.IIVKI. l D (;ill N . . . Racine . . . Lahor-Managi-inciil . . . Racine Extension Center . . . Phi Eta Sigma . . . Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowhhip; Mil Bailicll Cluh: Summer Dormsylvauia. Assislanl (Gen- eral Chairman; Freshman Orientation; MHA Store Committee: MHA Loans Comniitlce. • 1I{S. JEROME MEADER ' . . . Madison . . . Vocal Music Education. • MARVIN MALIK . . . Milladore . . . Mechanical Engineering . . . SAE . . . Phi Eta Sigma; Pi Tan Sigma . . . Crew . . . Delta Tau Delta. • JEROME J. MALLMANN . . . Kohler . . . French . . . French Club; Young Democrats. 77u {,m; WILLIAM J. M AKCK ... W ausaii ... tlhcmistrv ... American Chcnii.al So,i,i . • LAWRENCE MVCIIKSKKI . . , (iile . . . GpoIojv . . . Geol y Club. • EDWARD N. MAEDER . . .Racine . . . Electrical I liiginc.i ing . . . IEE: IKS: S E; Kappu Eta kappa. • JAMES MAHONEV . . . Milwaukee . . . Economics . . . Finance Society; Homecoming Rullori-; Ni-« Smdciii W iik l.cgislalc.rs ' Day . . . Crew . . . Delta Upsilon. • ARTHUR J. MAIER . . . Milwaukee . . . Economics ... I-F Rcprcscnlati c; General Chairman, llom(C )ming Ball, Senior Ball; Elections Chairman; Campus Carnival; Summer Prom Promotions Chairman; Variety Show, General Chairman . . . Track . . . Phi Delta Theta, Rushing C.hairman. • JEANNE FROEHLIG MAIER . . . Little Neck. N. " . . . . English . . . Badger; Homecoming Decorations Com- mittee; Military Ball Court of Honor . . . Kappa Kappa Gamma. 402 First Row: TKANK L. l AI.W ... I nivcr.sal. I ' a Mnliaiiic leal KnciiifcrinK . . . S IK . . . .Imirs lliiusc So.ial ( lliaiiinaii. H H I,. l I,(»M " . . . . Hlno.iicr . . . K,Mrrali..nal 1 .ra.l,-i lii|. . l|.lia I ' lii. • M ' llHODI I I, 1 WlDl I.IDl ' .S . . . (,io»l,%. I.a. . . . Carllia-r ( ;..ll(-.-. H.L.il ( iull.-u,- . . . ( .i.iiimil lr - ..ii W af;.-s an Knsincrriii ' . . . (...H. • I.IK ) l l) l I,ETZ . . . Vlilwaiikoc . . . Mf.liau- I ' HIMI ' l l,l.(» . . . Walirlimii . . . Zoology and Economics. • H K- l)olpl,i,i (liih: KcnalioM ( iliih: ( an-cr. Conference: WSGA Slvle Show . . . . Clicn.lsirN. • I.DW |{|) II. l M,I:Y . . . Rockton. III. . . ' . Economic Ch. Di if . ' liiilciii clfare (Committee . . . Bela Tliela I ' i. .Scr.m Hon-: LE ROY L. M NLE . . . Iloi i .nville . . . Conservation . . . MHA Camera Cluh: Hoofers. • ABRAHAM MANN . . . New York. . . . . . Journalism . . . Sigma Uella (In . . . Cardinal . . . Phi Epsilon Pi. • ERNEST F. MANNER . . . Madison . . . Machine Design. • I WU ' ZS MANTHEY . . . Sonlh Si. Panl. Minn. . . . Economics ... Phi Ela Sigma . . . Sigma Nu. • SHIRLEY R. M H f.Il() SK . . . l ' oria ' e. • FREDERIC C. MARCH . . . Madison . . . Economics ... Phi Delia Thela. I ' hinI Hon: XNTHON 1 KC I NK( ) SK 1 . . . Berlin . . . Journalism . . . Sigma Delia Chi. Vice-President . . . Scabbard an.l Blade. PublicilN Chairman: Wisconsin Idea; I riil.d ,„l,l I ' c.lcralisls: Green Lanlern Co-Op. • PHYLLIS L. l KCkS . . . Harvard. HI. . . . Child l)evrl.,|.- Muni ... I ' i Beia Phi. • It )LK ' I U. 1 K(;LY . . . Chicago. 111. . . . Sociology . . . Spanish Chih: Newman Club. • GLORIA P. M l{k()- I TZ . . . Newark. N. J. . . . Psychology . . . Sigma Epsilon Sigma: Mortar Board . . . Internaticmal (;luh. Yice-President: L nion Lil)rar Com- iniiiee Chairman: Union Directorate: Jordan House. President: Union House Committee: Union Public Relations Committee: Orientations. • II ) M RKS . . . Cleveland Heights. Ohio . . . Lincoln Lodge. Vice-President: Hoofers; Hillel; Union Dance Committee. • IRINA MAK- nil ' . . . . Madisim . . . Russian Literature . . . Russian Club: International Club. I ' mirlli li,m: CHARLES X . l KSCI1 LL . . . Eldorado . . . Metallurgical Engineering . . . Mining and Metallurgy Chih: ' lliela Tan . . . Tan Bela Pi. • H KR1 (;1LM()KK M RSH. JR. . . . Madison . . . Art Education . . . Art Students " League . . . Delta Upsilon. • DOREEN M KS11 LL . . . Physical Tlierapy . . . Physical Therapy Club. • MARIETTA MARSHALL . . . Chicago. 111. . . . Journalism . . . Sigma Iota . . . Tliela Sigma Phi . . . isconsin Idea: (Cardinal. Feature Editor: YVl CA Publicity Chairman: Campus Community Chest: Motk If.N. Confer- ence . . . ILS Pioneer. Circulation Manager. • D.WID T. MARTELL . . . Kenosha . . . Economics . . . Kenosha Extension . . . Plii Kappa Sigma. • PETER G. MARTHENS . . . Correctional Administration . . . Fond du Lac. f ' ■ O A 403 (.M«)I, .IE N 1 KTIN . IN ' Mii Hall .junior (.oil.;. ' . ' . . . KdHKIM ' 11. 1 I I ' IN . . lllldDOKK K. I UriN . . . Kappa Kla Kappa: I UK . Campus Carnival. H.M.lhClia li.Misan.l I ' olili. ' s. . .-nia. Ohio . Mpl.a Chi Oni. ' . Ma.lis.m . . . Kl. ' clri. ' al Kn in. ' criri lnl. rnalional Chih: ' oini D.-iMocral. ; nan; Sl.l C S.ih-( ...nnnil I.-.- on ( )r. ' ani .a- VKTOK Wll.l.lWl I SI, K( . . . Ma.liM.n . . . Kussian l,an- . ' ua .- . . . I ' r.nosl Corps . . . S.al.hanl an. I HIa.l.- . . . Russian Chih. ic.-.| ' r.-si.l -nl: l ' ..lisli Clnh: lnl.Tnali..nal Chih. Sp.irls Chairman. Sp. ' aktTs Bnrrau Chairman. I KANK KDW AKl) 1ATELSKI . . . Kenosha . . . Imluslrial 1an- a cmt ' lll. lU.MK II. 1 VrilKWS . . . Green Bay . . . llislor -i;.ln. ali.m . . . Ilnnlin an.l Kishin " Clnh; Botkin House, I ' nsi.l.jii . S.inlar . Coini- .il. llousefellow; MllA Athletic Commit Ic.-. Ii-ll. « .l isor; l..a.l.T- ship Conference . . . Freshman Baskethall. (;1:()IU;K r. MATUKWS . . . la.lis,,n . . . In.lusirial lana-cm.-nt . . . SAM . . . Alpha Kappa Rsi. BETTYE JEAN MATIIE ' S . . . Slurgcm Bay . . . Ke.realion . . . D.ilphin Chil). Vicc-l ' resident; Badger Club . . . Delta Delta Delta. torv . . . (Jreek Week, I ' lihlicitv . Zeta B.-ta Pan. EAKL MATKA.S . . . Milwaukee . Chairman: I ' le.lge I ' resi.lents C. u ARLINE MATT . . . Milwaukee . . . Advertising . . . (;amma Alpha Chi . . . Summer Prom, Court of Honor Chairman; Union Eihrary Com- mittee, Displays Chairman; Badger, Co-Copy Editor. Mechanical Engineering DAVID W. MAUGER . . . Milwaukee . . . SAE; ASME . . . Alpha Tau Omega. ANNE MICHELLE MAYO . . . Clevelan.l. Ohi Skidmore College . . . Alpha Chi Omega. BARBARA JOAN L YER . . . Washington. D. C. . . . Speech . . . Sigma Epsilon Sigma . . . Wisconsin Plaver. , .Secretary; WHA Players: Cineclid): Wiskits, Assistant Director; Union Film Committee. MARGARET M. MAYER . . . Mosinee . . . Labor Econo nics-Law . . . Wausau Extension . . . Tinikin . . . Senior H. nor S.x-iety . . . New- man (!luh; oung Democrats; Finance Society; Joint ( ' .oniiiil .111 lliiinan Rights. JOHN F. MEAD . . . Marshfield . . . Economics-Finance. RICH C. MEICHEI Ma.lis.m . . . E -. n..mi.s . . . Sigma Nu. PHYLLIS H. MEIDENBAUER . . . Lancaster. N. V. . . . II. .n iM ' .nDmics . . . Ho.tfcrs. CHARLENE MOWRY MEIER . . . Kenosha . . . English-Educati. . . . Zeta Phi Eta . . . Wisconsin Players; United Student Fellowship. American lnsliluli.)ns-Eiliii ' atii JOHN C. MEIER . . . Kenosha . . . United Student Fellowship. RALPH J. MEIER Slu.lent Council, Tre; EDNA MEISEKOTHEN . . . Madison . . . Accounting Theta . . . Dolphin Chd : Orientation. . . Merrill . . . Dairy Husl.an.lry . . . Agri. surer . . . Delta Theta Sigma, Prcsi.lenI idt.iral M.i Chi JOHN H. MELZER . . . Sheboygan Falls . . . E.-.,n..mi.s . . . Provost Corps . . . Finance Society; Chorus; I-F Chorus ... Pi Kappa Alpha, Historian. PHYLLIS MENDELSOHN . . . Chicag. . III. . . . pplicd ri . . . Union Oafts Committee: Campus Chest: Jinii.ir D.ilphins: (farcers Conference: Parents Weekend: Independent House Prcsiilent and .S.)cial Chairman. FLORENCE E. MENNING . . . Milwaukee . . . Occupational Therapy . . . OT Club; YWCA, Vice-President, Membership Chairman; Calvary Student Church. I 404 l |{.|()|{|i: Ii;Ui;i)ri ' ll . . . llKwmk,c . . . l-ln ical K.lucalion . . . niN i. ' jl I ' Mm.miIoii CI.jI,. I ' rn rani Cluilrniaii: Dolphin Club. Co- Cliairnwiri ( :i.il, I ' a-caiil; Madison ll..,k -% Vsw.cialion; WAA. I ' resi- ilrni; Kli .al»-lli Walirs. I nil l ' r.-si U-nl an.l Viic--l ' r.-si lriU. DOKI ' llKA MKKOW . . . IVo Rivers . . . Clothing and Textiles- Home Kconomii ' s . . . Kulhenirs Club; Careers Conferenee. Hnspitality t ;hairnian; St; A Bij; Lillle Sister Committee; Barnard Hall Store anil Dorm (ommillees; Pjlizabeth Waters, Vice-President. l l{(;ii; |{. MKRKELL Cliih . . . Drila Delta Delta l HKI ' .I l MKSSING i|.er Oshkosh Hispanic Simlii Ski ( :ii. AN■nl() S. MPrrHENlTIS . . . Wanwatosa . . . Light Buildinf: Industry . . . Sigma Lambda Chi . . . Real Estate and Home Building Association . . . (rilinan House, President; luter-Ilails ( -onference; ( )ricnlalion Week. M.I ' RED H. METHFESSEL . . . Milwauke Biochemistry. |{|)i; 1ETZ . . . Fond du Lac . . . Applied Art . . . Newman Club: l;( l ' ; Daiiskcllcr (.onnnillcc: Campus Carnival, Publiiitv Coni- mi . . . Mpha (;amnia Delta. W 1 1.1,1 1 .1. IEl ER . . . Madison . . . Economics . . . St. Norbert College . . . Delta I psilou. REID E. MEVIS . . . Princeton . . . Finance and Statistics . . . Bands: MHA Assistant Business Manager, Business Manager; MHA Cabinet Secretary; MHA Finance Committee, Advisor; MHA Education anil Scholarship Committee. Secretary. (;IU: ' I ' ME " ! EK . . . Milwaukee . . . Sociology . . . Hillel . . . Alpha Kpsilon I ' hi. W ILLIAM (;. MEYER . . . Melrose, Minn. . . . Law . . . Delta Thcta IMii . . . Wisconsin Law Review. (;ERALD E. ME ERS . . . Milwaukee . . . Economics . . . Dogrin Party, Secretary and Treasurer; Siebecker, Adams Hall Chairmanships. JE. N L. METERS . . . Tomah . . . Nursing-Ward Management and Teaching . . . .Madison and Wisconsin Student Nurse Associations. BERNARD ML NECKI . . . Raci . . . Rai ' inc I ' xtension. M K(;i ERITE IICHALSt)N . . . Madison . MoanI . . . S ;A: Careers ConfereiKc: Pres ll( ( Correct ional . lminisl ra t ion Spanish se. Deaco JEROME M. MICHEL . . . Milwaukee . . . Political Science . . . International Club: Cardinal; MHA Library Committee. Secretary. K( (;KI{ LOUIS MICHELN . . . Appleton . . . Speech . . . German CImIk Italian Chd.; Mack House, Social Chairman; WIIA Staff An- W ll.l.l l C. MICkLE . . . .Madis •|erhnol,.g Club. President: Sa.ldle Conlesls. . . . Food IVclmologv . . . Food d Sirloin Clid.: Meal .Itidging ANDREW A. MIKAELIAN . . . Racine . . . Electrical Engineering . . . Racine Extension . . . . IEE . . . Chamlierlin House, President: ll-Dorni Picni -. ( " onuuitlee Co-Chairman. n :TV .lEAN MILLER . . . Portage... Correctional Adniinistra- lion . . . Crime Clid ; Robl»ins House, President; WAA. DONALD DAVID MILLER . . . Green Bay . . . Real Estate-Law . . . limlin . . . Student Board. Treasurer: Hillel. Treasurer: Legal Aid Societx . . . Phi Epsilon Pi. DONNA LEE MILLER . . . South Bend, Ind Child Development- Home Economics . . . Humorology: (Careers (Conference . . . Ka] pa Mplia Thela, Secretary. HARVEY S. MILLER . . . Milwaukee Accounting . . . Showerman House. Campus Chest Chairman, lldetie Chairman; Men ' s Halls Store, .Assistant Manager. I CK B. MILLER I IME, Treasurer. cal Engineering .M . W ' ' .. W rV ' 405 LOIS l. Mll.lh.H . . . Miluailk.r . . . .o,,l,,f;v . . . U.C.L.A. . . . Olirril.illoiL. l. ( l{l. lll.l,i:i{ . . . horiil l.l l,;„- . . . i:.l,l,ali..n . . . ( ;.■,. r;l|.ll CImIi . . . I ' ii Kjppa KpMluri. li:i. IN l. MII.IKH . . l-JklKMl I .ik,- . . . l ' ..lili.Ml Sii.ncc. I ' MKICIX .)( lll,l,i;i{ . . . MiiiMi. N. I) .. . . S| li-ll.lu.Mii,,,, . . . I ' hl lifla. iMM iiir, ... I iilhMl SliMl.-nl IVII,.» li,|,: H.-li-i.His C irik irr-l n ' i.l. ' iUL llilin.iM li.-ki I iMilt. ( iuinillll Ir.-i lliiMian liila- lio.i Conf.-rriHr. ( liairrnari: Sliiili-nl I ,ra(lrislii|. ( :onl -rc:i.r . . . l|,lia (;aMiMia D. ' lla. I ' n ' slili ' nl . ' li ili. ' s ( Miairmaii. |{ 1 MOM) . MII.I.I.U . . . Waiikc-lia . . . Cli.-.iiical Engineering . . . MCliK . . . .)..ii,. lloMsr. llil.ii,- Cliaiirnaii. ( liairman of lloime S|icakiTs Conimiller, ( ' .oniic-il; Bi-ii nii llimsc-. ililriii ' ( liairirian: Mil Open llou.se Conimillec. UOHKUT I. MII,l,i:i{ . . . (;iii|.|H»a lall . . . CoMiiiKiTc. J. MES R. MILLS . . . Rock Islan.l. Ilk . . . In.iii.lnal Ma.iafre iienl. Naval Science ... Alpha Kappa Psi .. . SWI: Markdirpi Cliili; Nautilus Soiiely: I-F Council . . . Tenuis . . . l.aiiilMla ( ;iu lpha. NOl{M N C. MINSK " ) . . . Uc-rliu . . . Me.luMli.al Kn;:inerrin(; . . . Alpha Sigma I ' hi. BKTTY . MITCHELL... Whilelish Hay .. .Soriolog% ...Lawnrue College . . . Ann Enu ry Hall, Presiilenl . . . I)i ' lla ' (»aninia. ,IANE E. MOE . . . Slevens Point . . . Adverlising Journalism . . . (.annua Mpha Chi . . . IL.S Pioneer; Oelopus: Badger . . . Sigma Kap| a. ROBERT MOERICK . . . Wauwalosa . . . Economics . . . ' MC . .11 l) MOESER . . . Port Washinglon . . . English . . . Orienlalio-i: Pau-llel . . . Alpha Chi Omega. RICHARD E. MOLIN . . . Milwaukee . . . oology-E.lualioi . . . Lulheran Sludenls Associalion. CARLYN MOL.STAn . . . Whiielish Bay . . . Meli.al Siiei -e . . . Sigma Epsilon Sigma. KATIIEHINE F. MONSON ... La Crosse . . . An . . . Sigma Larnhda. I ' rcsidenl . . . Sihcders; Lulheran Sludenl Association, Conu ' ll: I niou il (iaIlcrN ( ' ounnillee: Decemher Dream, DecoralicDis (Ihauinan: Cha ll)ournc Hall. rl Direr-tor: Campus Che t. Puhlirii% ChairriuMi: Careers Conference. M K(;Kin I,. I()NT. G . . . Augusta . . . Sociology-Corrcitioual Vdministrallori. TERRY BKOOK ION ' l(;o l KK " I . . . au«alosa . . . Mr.li.al Sihool. DUANE G. MOORE . . . Mmena . . . Soil Sricurr . . . Provost Corps . . . Phi Eta Sigma: Mpha da . . . Ill Clid.: Blue Shield; ISA: . gri- ruhural Student Couii ' -il: 1,, ,.,rt Chorus. M R " i K l ' IIR .N MOORE . . . (Mrs. Harriso.i Wood Nichols) . . . MadisiMi . . . English . . . Sigma Epsilon Sigma: Criicihle . . . V(1 . Cabinet Member Christmas Bazaar. Chairman: National and Foreign .Affairs Commission; Studint Court ( ' Icrk; Campus League of o:uc i Voters, Vice-President. ' ni() r S ,1. MOR N . . . Sharon . . , E, oaomics . . . Provost Corps . . . Finance Soriel : Parents W cekejiil. I ' irianre Chairman; Haresfoot. ssistant Business Manager: Octopus: (;rcck Week: Winter Carnival. Piddicily Co-Chairmaii: TTI) Cluh . . . IM I psilou. DEAN L. M0R(;RII)(;E . . . Wauwalosa . . , (;eolog . . . Delta I psilou. .lAMES MORRISON . . . Milwaukc- . . . Gcograpln . . . Greek Week Banquet, Arrangements Cliairniau . . . Mpha Chi Rho. .|0 CK MORROW . . . Mcrrimac . . . liislor% . . . lll LihraryJ ColUTUillCC. P TR1CK F. MO ' I ' LEI . . . Mma . . . Corrc; tioual Vdnii.iiM ra t i.m . . . Crime Clid ; oung Democrats: Badger: Bro,,k ll,Mi c. llde Chairman. 406 i: 111, ' I I. MOUNGEV . . . Madison . . IIIOMVS W . MOINT . . . Sun Prairie . l|ilia I ' si . . . Carnival, ssistanl Chairman KHiN I . ii:i i:k . . . w.iimIi,-. a. . . . ( Inhl l)(n( ' lM|,ni . . V.coiinlinf: . Clii l ' i. lal lln-Kanilr W III I 1 i : F.K ,llr. Va. . . . ninial lli.slian.lr I ' VIKICI MOl.M . . . Cass i!U- . . . Vppli.d rl . . . Si nia Lamlida . . . .Si ;ma Epsilon Sigma . . . iNorlhlifihl: Newman CInli; Slinlenl An w arils: Prom, Decoralions Snb-Chairman. W IM.IAM STEPHEN MOLNAR . . . Cmlaliy . . . Chemislrv . . . l|iha Chi Sigma . . . German, Prcsidenl. |(l C. I()I{(;AN . . . Oshkosh . . . Speeili . . . W II Players. II H K MLELBROEk . . . Shehoygan . . . Meilicine. I? KB KA J. MUELLER . . . Milwaukee . . . Oeeupalional Tlierapy . . . Denison Lniversilv. GUSTAVE C. E. MUELLER ROBERT ALLAN MUELLER ( ' Inli: Dolphin ' s, President: Swimming Princeton . . . Medical Science. . Wauwatosa . . . Physics . . . W ROBERT F. ARTELLER Sigma . . . (ieology Club. . Sherwood . . . Geology . . . Phi Eta DONALD P. MUENCH . . . Wauwatosa . . . Insurance ... lll Cabinet . . . Alpha Delta Phi. CVROL LOIS MUENCHOS . . . Cedarlmrg . . . Psychology ami C..r- reilional Administration . . . Psychology Club. L RTHA R. MULVANE . . . Milwaukee . . . Clothing and Textiles . . . Phi Upsilon Omicron . . . Sigma Epsilon Sigma; Omicron Nil . . . Careers Conference: Bride ' s Bazaar, Secretary. H |{B I{ ,1. MUNSON . . . Cambridge . . . Home Economics- Hclulc-d rl . . . Women ' s Chorus. MVRILYN F. MURPHY . . . Portage . . . Home Economics . . . I ' .iithenics: Teen Adyiser; Barnard Open House Co-Chairman. HON l,l) W. MURPHY . . . Chicago, IlL . . . Finance . . . Scabbard and Blade . . . Octopus, Account Executive; Elections Committee . . . Hcia Theia Pi. DONALD F. MLKKAY . . . Madison . . . Physical Education . . . {■ ' rcshman Football: resiling. DtJNALD L. ML RRA Y . . . Kenosha . . . Speech . . . I ' lii Kappa Sigma. WAYNE MUNSON . . . Deerheld . . . L S . . . I ' hi Chi . . Phi Eta Sigma. NL RTIN MUSHKIN . . . New Kochcllc, N. V . . . ccounling . . Beta Alpha Psi . . . W Club; Fencing: Hoofers; Student Boar.l, Publi. Relations Commission Chairman . . . Alpha Epsilon Pi. VICTOR MUTH . . . Milv Fia Kappa . . . AIEE. kappa Animal Husbandr PETER MYERS . . . Racine . Sirloin: MHA Cabinet: Basketball Manager: l.i stock .ludfi . . . Alpha (iamma Rho. 407 First Roiv: SUZANNE NABBEFELD . . . Applelon . . . Economics. • CARL E. NATTER . . . 1-ancaster . . . Pharmacy . . . Kappa Psi . . . Phi Eta Sigma: Rho Chi . . . Nautihis Socielv; Wisconsin Pharmaceulical Association . . . Foolhall . . . Kappa Psi. Social Chairman. • CON- STANCE NEBEL . . . Sliirgeon Bay . . . M ' arketing and Advertising . . . Phi Chi Thcla . . . Mark.ling Chih; Unilod Sliidrnl F.-INmship . . . Theater Committee. Second Ron-: LUCY NEFF . . . Wauwalosa . . . English . . . Wayland Chib . . . Badger Chib, Secretary. • WILLIAM NEID1N(;KR . . . Mil- waukee . . . Chemical Eng ineering . . . AIChE; . lpha Phi Omega: Union Dance Committee . . . Phi Sigma Kappa. • L R(; RF r II. NEI- PERT . . . Jefferson . . . English-Education . . . Elizabeth Waters Chorus: Campus Orientation . . . Chadhourne Hall. President. • CHARLES R. NELSON . . . Eau Claire . . . . lpha Delta Phi. • FRANKLIN L. NELSON . . . Paulsboro, N. J. . . . Natural Science . . . Truax. House President . . . Wayland Club. • NANCY JEAN NELSON . . . Rockford . . . English . . . Greek Caucus, Secretary: Humorology . . . Kappa Alpha Theta, Judicial Chairman. Third Row: PEARY A. NELSON . . . Fredonia . . . Electrical Engineering . . . YGOP: AIEE . . . Bauman House, Secrelary-Treasurer. • PA- TRICIA A. NELSON . . . Baraboo . . . Pharmacy . . . Kappa Epsilon, Vice-President . . . Rho Chi . . . Wisconsin Pharmaceutical Society: Union Usher . . . Delta Gamma. • ROBERT . NELSON . . . Edgerton . . . Business , dminislralion . . . W Club. Treasurer . . . Crew. Captain . . . Psi Upsilon. President. • VIRGINIA NELSON . . . Chicago. Ill French . . . French Club . . . lplia ( Ihi Omega. • DOI.OHlsS NFMEC . .. Madison . . . Spanish . . . Sigma Delta Pi . . . International Club: Spanish Club: Librar Coniinil ; I nioii Dance tlomniiltic: Studciil Board National and International Commission. • JEAN NEMSCHOFF . . . Fond du Lac . . . K.igli li . . . W iskiis . . . Senior Swingoui: OricTiiaiion. 408 ■Vrv, A ' ,,,1 I ' MKK.I . M;I mm KI! . . . lak.- 1,IU . . . I . . . l;i.liM,ii . . . i; -, ii,,nli(- . . . ll .» i;,lil .r: ItiOl " . • .11 I.I N .lOSKI ' ll NKW l . . . kiiio. ia . . . Mcli.iiir . . M.W MAN . . . kcnosha . . . Clu-mlial Kimiiu ' i-riii- . . . IM l.a»-K MiTrriij: . l|.l.a Drlia I ' i. • l,( UIS ]■ ' . NF.l; l N . . l{r,Mlli(ail . . . Kcnii.imir . . . Si ma ( .lii. ()Mi,-f;a . . . l|ilu. K|.mI,,:i I ' i. • W M.TKK W 11,1,1 l , I. NKW l N ... Krnoslia .. . a! Kffiulation.s ( ' .miiminec: IValfriiil Kesiileiit Counselor: Lcsal Aiil Soiirlv: AlEE . . . Alpha Epsilou I ' i. I ' retidciU. ,ic K(li.,ali..ii . . . CiM.ru-.: Maud . MICH KI) 1,. NKWCOMI ' U . . I ' hi D. ' lla Kpsilon . . . VIplia I ' ll l.amlHia I psilon . . . MCliK. • Seroml Ron: JEANETTE E. NEWMANN . . . Racine . . . Nursing. • VIRGINIA NICKERSON . . . .SpriiiglieM. III. . . . I ' hysical E.lu.alion . . . I ' ln siial Education ( lub; Senior Dolphins: Orchesis: Senior ( uncil: Parenl ' s Weekend. General Co-(jhairman: Greek W eek: Acliv ilics Bureau: Soc iai Affair- ( ouiniidcc . . . kappa Delia. Social Chairman. • EVELYN . NICOLAI . . . kendall . . . Child Developmenl . . . ilirc.- Sipiares (lull. • UODI ' .MKk I. NIEDEEEDT . . . Vi esl Salem . . . Business . dminislralion . . . Insurance Society. Treasurer: Finance Society . . . InlcT-l lalcriuiN Clinrus ... I ' i kappa lplia. • COKMETT . NIELSEN . . . Milwaukee. . . Kcmomics. .. SA.M; Greek Week; Prom: I ' hi Delia Tilda. TliinI lii.ii: DELE K. NIENABER . . . Madison . . . Nursing . . . Hoofers: Norihlighi. • ERNEST R. NILO . . . Racine . . . Speech Correc- lion . . . Si;:uia kap|)a I ' hi. • (iEORGE F. NTLSSON . . . Madison . . . Economics . . . Finance Society . . . Hoofers; Winter Carnival; Chorus. • M KM |{ NNE NOBLE . . . Great Neck. L. I. . . . Home Economics . . . (ramma Alpha Chi . . . kappa Kappa Gamma. Social Chairman. • (;LEN a. NOFFKE ... La Crosse . . . Marketing . . . Marketing Club . . . Phi Gamma Delta. • MVRILVN A. NOLL. . . Waterf.inl . . . Home Economics . . . Euthenics: International Club: Y GOP . . . Delta Zeta. r.mrih R„„: JOYCE NORDSTROM acme . . Journalism . . . Theta Sigma Phi. • BARBARA BANGHART NORMAN . . . Madi.son Home Economics. • MARIE ANN NORRM N . . . Vi illiams Bay . . .Social W ork . . . Hoofers: Ski Meet Banquet: Badger Exchange Eililor . . . Alpha Chi Omega. • (JERALDINF, R. NORTHEY . . . Su ' lliyan . . . Recreation . . . Hoofers: DormsyUania: Orientation: Union Open House: YWCA; WSGA . . . Alpha Xi Delta. • WILLIAM B. NORTON . . . Monroe . . . Dairy Husbandry . ' . . Saddle and Sirloin. Pres- iiliiil: Ag Student Coimcil: Little International. Publicity: Liyestock Judging Team . . . Alpha (Jamma Rho, President. • FR.VNK W. NOVAK . . . .Sheboygan . . . Ciyil Engineering . . . ASCE . . . Showerman, Officer. n " MJ 1(J9 Aiikvv i mx lioni.KT M. NOWAK IMil l.aiiilxia IJpsilon . . Malli (:iul . I ' lii :u, Si ' s.,, DONALD J. NOW I M . . . Wai ( aiiimu Sif ina . . . Hiiii l|ilia I ' -i . . I ' KANK H. N0 I(;KI . . . 1a.lis, ■Sorirlv, Secretary, Treasurer: Foolhal ANAKAKNK M. NTIJKOGLI haiiilry . . . Agrieullure (Huh . . (;i;hald s. nhsshmm . . CIuIp . . . .S Kin- C.liairman . . . Oniilsha. Ni jeria Phi Bela Siirina. Chi.-a;;.., III. . Wresllin;; . IIU;iMA NVE . . . Kenosha . . . lusi lusie . . . Women ' s (Ihorus; A (la|Mlla (In alers Music Commillec. Comnuicc . . . W . . Mj.ha KpsiloM I ' l. . Ilalian Cluh ... I MJun I ' olk Sii.u . . . Kli ahelh ARTHUR OAKFORD . . . Peoria, 111. . . . Ivonomlcs . . . Pr.nn; l-l ' Ball . . . Scabhar.l and Blade . . . Beta Theta Pi. HF.TT ' l K. ()BERI.IN(; . . . Rockford, 111. . . . An KdMraii.Mi . . . ( ainnia M|)ha Chi . . . Co-Chairman, Parents " Weekend . . . l|ilia (ianima Delta. Vice-President. (iAUDIKN OUJNNOR . . . Fond du l.ac . . . Home Econ.miies- Kiluralion . . . Iowa State College . . . Eullieiiics, Treasurer . . . Newman Cluh... Alpha i Delta. NANCY L. 0DE(;AAKD . . . Union Craft Committee . lil»ai.k,-, , OTCluh. |;DWIN ,J. OENES . . . sturgeon Bay . . . Orrupali.Mlal I ' herap Accountiii " . . . LSA Treaf R.ARU OHM . . . Madison . . . Agricultural Journalism . . . Sigma Delta Chi . . . Blue Shield . . . Wisconsin Country Magazine, Association Editor . . . Delta Theta Sigma. KKNNKTII I). OII l Milwaukee Exlrusiou . Kela Pi-. Eta ka|.|ia Nu . Wauwalosa . . . Electrical Engineering . . Phi Alpha Delia . . . Phi Eta Sigma: Ta . W Chd), Tennis . . . Theta Delta Chi. KICIIXRD A. OIIVAUI. . . . Superior . . . Pharmacy . . . merira Wisconsin Pharmaceutical Associations . . . Orientation. JA RONALD OLIFF . . . Chicago, 111. . . . Accounting ... I ui Furu ' u; JewLsh Student Welfare. Treasurer: Ilumorologv: Soplu.mi llniiors . . .ZetaBelaTau. CHARLES EDWIN OLIVE . . . West Allis . . . Marketing. lEAN C. OLIVERSON . . . Madison . . . Correctional Administration . . . Women ' s Welcome Night: clivities junciion: Orienlalion. RONALD (;. OLKOWSkI . . . Thn-c Lake . . . SoriologN . . . Crime Cluh. THOMAS (;. OLSEN ... La Crosse . . . Medical . . . Phi Eta Sigma . . . IHA Public Relations Committee . . . Botkin House, President. Monroe . . . Home Economics Education DONNA LOIS OLSON . . . Kappa Delta. EDWARD t;. OLSON . . . Sturgeoi ASCE. NORMAN F. OLS(JN . . . Edmund . . . Dairy Industry . . . Phi F;ia Sigma: lpha Zela . . . Delta Theta Sigma . . . Bahcock Dairy Science Cluh. W AVNE R. OLSON . . . Clayton . . . Elcclrical Engineering . . . Phi Kla Sigma: Tau Beta Pi: Eta Kappa Nu . . . IEE. L N A. OLSHAN . . . Milwaukee . . . Law . . . Timlin Legal I ' ra- Icrnity . . . oung Democrats . . . Phi Epsilon Pi, President. 410 DllNVLI) W . Ol.SKI . . . Madisiin . . . Vrcmiiilin- . . . I ' lii Kl;i Sif; lii ' la (Taininu Si iiia . . . McnaAha ICMciision. (;I:()1U;E L. ONCKKN . . . Waunakec . . . Agronomy . . . I.iilli. Siiiilriil ssorialioii. KIIIN h. ONCM ' .N . . . Slouglilon . . . Agronomy . . . I.iilli. Sdi.loni ssorialioii. KIM O ' NEAL . . . Cliiiago. III. . . . Jonmalism . . . Sigma Delia Clii. I ' resiilent . . . Cardinal: I ni -rsilv Sporls News Service; Football . . . Chi Psi, President .1 Mi;S K. OPD ' I Ki; . . . Heloil . . . Baclcriology . . . Mens Nislil. Cliairman . . . iaeia. Presidiiil. , Campns ( !arni al I KI.DKKICK F. OITIV, . . . Porl W ashinglon . . . Comnu- Mplia Kappa I ' si: Insurance So.ieU: S M . . . " i MCA. ,1 (;K OI ' PKMIFIM . . . Foresl llilis. N. l i Lambda Phi. FOWARD S. ()K L N . . . Cndal Sigma . . . Phi Sigma Delia. L ' RILYN OKT r N . . . Ihr. or Club . . . Delia Delia Delia. . Political Science . . . Political S ience . . . Phi Isia Lakes . . . Oceiipalional Therapy . . . J NET OSCHATZ . . . Chicago. 111. . . . Jonmalism . . . i;r College . . . Coranio: International Club: NAACP: Cine CInb. CLARE OSGOOD Madison . . . Insurance. Ma.lison . . . Corr oiial A lminislrali Phi Eta Sigma noHFirr r. osiikim .. .Crime Club. JACK OSSWALD . . . Wausan . . . Ilisior Newman Club: Forensic L nion. LEILA A. OSW ALD . . . W anzeka . . . Natural Science ... Pi Lambda Thela. MARIE K. OSWALD . . . Milwaukee . . . Psychology . . . Psychology Club . . . Newman Club; luleriiational Club: Camera Club; Hoofers. JOHN J. OTTUSCII . . . Milwaukee . . . Law . . . W isconsin Law Re- view . . . Delia Sigma Pi. RICHARD A. OLITLAND . . . Milwaukee . . . Speech . . . COP: Symphony Orchestra; Military Ball. Photography Chairman: Oelopus: Presidents Recepliim . . . Delta Tan Delia. JOANNA ANDRE OVERN . . . Madis.m . . . English . . . I ' lii H.ia Kappa: Phi Kappa Phi: Sigma Epsilou Sigma . . . llaliau Club; Campus League of omen Voters. HAKIJAKA OWEN . . . Milwai.ke,- . . . French . . . French Club: llfiofers. DONALD W. PAAPE . . . Milwaukee . . . (;eolog . . . Phi Ela Sigma . . . I-F Judicial Committee . . . Homecoming; Senior Week: Senior Council; Campus Carnival; Prom; Job Opportunity Conference. N N(A II. PADDOCK . . . Milwaukee . . . Home Economics Educa- I i«in . , . I ' ailhenics; Union Dance Commit Ice . . . Kappa Delta. Presitlenl. WILLIAM H. PAGE . . . Madison . . . Chemical Fngin Tan Bela Pi; Phi Lambda Upsilon . . . Chi Phi. GERALD (;. PA(;EL . . . Milwauke. Ilisl. Bela llicla P D LE II. PALMATIER . . . Port Edwards . . . Law . . . I ' ll Mpha Delta . . . Sludenl Court. Chief Juslicc; Legal id SociciN . . FIdcr-Presbvlerian Sludenl Chun li. lli i:i (;i:m: i ' muin ll.irllir (:il , . ,1, 412 (AliOl. K. I ' Mil.OW ... MiUwMiW.T . . . S.Miol(.}; . . . Si;;i.ia Kp-iloii .Sii iiiii: iMa Ka|i|ia l.aiiilxlu. I ' rcKiileiil: Morlar Kciaril. .IKI ' l-KH ' l l(. r in{i;rrK . . . Spon.-.-r . . . Clicmi.al KiiyiiK-rrin;; . . . laii Una I ' i: IM.i Kla Siciiia . . . MCliK. 1 . : (;. I ' KK()M . . . Madi- I!, w. i ' ri: i i)i;...(;nrii Ua l)i:i.INK KMKH I ' VriL .SiKM ' ch Corrrrlion I ' Valrrnilv. MAKSlIAI.l, . I ' ' I ' M;U silv of lllinoi.-i . . . ' I ' liealpr C . . I,a«-Kn li.l.. , (;.-ol..!; . . . l|.lia i:|.sil.,ii I ' i. anl . . . Sp.c.li Coirrili,,!! . . . I CQUELINE PAULSON . . . la.li oM . . . IVmIi„I,, s . . . I ' hi Chi Tlicia . . . I ' sycliology Club: I ' liiuli Cliil. . . . I ' mm . . . .Sif-nia Ka|p|.a. .lOllN . I ' M I. .SON ...Racine... Lijjlil Buildiiif; i lu . . . l,i " lil Building . ssociation. . Siurna l.aiiilMla KVE JEAN PEAL . . . Green Bay . . . Si.cc.li-I.d.x ali..ri . . Bela. President . . . Wisconsin Players Band. KMMKTT .lAMES PECK . . . Milwaukee . . . Animal llusl.andr Saddle and Sirloin Club . . . Zela Bela Tau. PATRICIA . PENDERGAST . ka|)| a Kappa Gamma. Lake (rcncva COSTA PERCHEM . . . Far Rockaway, N. Y. gineering . . . AS ME . . . Phi Sigma Kappa. .TANE CAROL PERKINS . . . Bryn Mawr. Pa. Bradford Junior College . . . Delta Gamma. EVA PERL r N . . . Sigma: Phi Bela Kap| Orchestra. . Mechanical En- . Psychology . . . Madison . . . Mathematics . . . Sigma Epsilon a . . League of Women Voters, Treasurer: JOYCE A. PERRIN . . . Milwaukee . . . Child l)c%cl..pnicnl . . . Euthenics Club . . . Wisconsin State Teachers College. LOIS . PERSCIIBACIIER . . . Milwaukee . . . Hospital Di.lciics, I Ionic iMcinomics . . . Milwaukee State Teachers College . . . Inlcr- nalional ( . i . I ' .iillicnics, Union House Committee. ouiig Uipnblicaiis ... Delta cla. BKNJVMIN 11. PE ' IERSEN . . . Mukown;i Kappa I ' si . . . I ' lirce Squares Club. (;ORDON M. PETERSEN . . . Wauwatosa . . . ing... ASME. KIMBERLY K. PETERSEN . . . Milhown . . . lpha I ' si: Banil: Men ' s ( ' horus: Sophomore Hon ERLEND I ' KTEUSON . . . Shcbovgai Phi. . . . Pharmacy . . . Mechanical Kngineer- cc-oiniting . . . Beta Physics . . . lpl.a Delia JOHN O. PETERSON . . . Marinctle . . . Business dniiuislrali . . . Insurance Society. ROGER E. PETERSON . . . Kockford, III Accocuii Alpha Psi . . . Phi Eta Sigma . . . Sophomore Honors. ROSS G. PETERSON . . . Milwaukee . . . Economics President . . . Chi Phi. . Bela 1KL. 1 S l,l, IT IKKSON . . . Hiulnc . . . S|M-.-,li IMiM-.illoii . . . liariii,- i; l,-n iMii . . . Ilia Ka|i|.il l.aiiilMla , . . S,ImmI.t . IHCIM l{. I ' l I ' I ' .KSON ... I rii.Mi (iioM- . . . Kii lisli Kdiiialinn . . . S,ll.-,I.T-. . RT1I ,)I, N I ' KI ' KIK . . . ( hicapi. III. . . . Home Kconomics and EdiiialiiiM . . . I ' .iitlicnics Cilub. Prcsiilt-iil . . . V;; Sliulent Council . . . Orirnlalioii . . . lli)nuHi)mini; . . . .S(; ,Si l,- Show . . . Senior Swiiifi;- o.il . . . 111 :1. S.lioo! Dav . . . I.illle Inlernali.Mial Courl of Honor . . . Hadfier Board ... I nion Decoralioiis . . . Kiillnniis Si vie Sli.mClialr- iiian . . . ( aMlpM (;arMi al . . . Had er. s islanl Kdilor ' . . . (.hi Onn-a. l H(; i{KI ' I ' KW . . . Madison . . . Speech Correction . . .Sigma Ka|i| a IMii . . . Women ' s Dolphins: Orienlalioii I ' nion Comniillcc . . . Kappa Kappa Gamma. KICH AKI) .1. I ' KF.U. . . . Milwaukee . . . Kronomi. s . . , Delia Ian Delia. DOKDIin ,j. I ' KIS ' I ' EK . . . Madison . . . Child Developmeni . . . I nion House Comniillee. MOBKK ' I ' II. PFLEGER . . . Milwaukee . . . Insurance . . . MHA (enlral Social Commiltee; Insurance Society: MH Chorus. I ' PRICIA PHALEN . . . Sheboygan . . . Ke.reation. DON A. PHELPS . . . Middleton . . . Speech . . . Phi Ep=ilon Delta . . . Haresfoot . . . Wisconsin Players. Presitlent: Wiscon.sin Idea Theater. MILTON C. PHILLIPS . . . Green Bay . . . Pharmacy . . . Kappa Psi . . . Wisconsin Pharmaceutical Society. JEROME SELWVN PICK . . . Milwaukee . . . Statistics an l Account- ing . . . Alpha Phi Omega . . . Campus Chest; (Campus Carni al. I ' inan- cial (. ' .Itairman: Humorology. .1 VISED K. PICKELL . . . Madison . . . Economics and Philosophy . . . Kinaitee Society . . . Track . . . Phi Delta Theta. SYLVIA T. PICKELL . . . Madison . . . Zoology . . . Ba.lger Beauty . . . Kappa Kappa ( amma. ANNE (;. PIDCOE . . . Madison . . . Sociology . . . Ho, fers. Dolphin Club, Pan Ilel ... Pi Beta Phi. PATRICIA M. PIDCOE . . . Madison . . . Sociology . . . I ' nion Committees ... Pi Beta Phi. JANE B. PIEHL . . . Delavan . . . Home Eccmomics . . . Phi Llpsilon Omicron . . . Union House Committee . . . Omicron Nu. CAROL O. PIERCE . . . Palmyra . . . Sociology . . . Crime Club: Badger. LINDA LU PIERCE . . . Deerfleld . . . Inlernalional Relations . . . Sigma Epsilon Sigma . . . Sophomore Honors . . . Oclopus . . . Campus Carniyal. RALPH M. PIERCE . . . Rucklord. 111. . . . linan.c . . . Phi Eta Sigma, Sophomore Honors: Beta Gamma Sigma . . . Finance Society. President . . . Phi Kappa Sigma. ALDRE " J. IMFKICK . . . Milwaukee . . . Psychology . . . Sophomore Honors . . . l ' s cholog ( lluli: -Democrats Executive Committee . . . I nion Forum Comniillee . . . Delia (Jamma. JOHN ROBERT PIKE . . . Madison . . . Economics . . . Chi Phi. . 1AR ANN PINCHARD . . . Green Ba Newman Club. House Judicial Committee. ROBERT A. PITCEL Madison . . . Accounting f f SHIRLEY ANN PITTS . . . Platteyille Alpha Delta Theta. Medical Technology 413 First Row: ROBERT R. PIVAR . . . Milwaukee . . . Eng lish and Speech . . . Fooihall . . . Piii Sigma Delta. • WILLIAM H. I ' lV l! . Milwaukee . . . History . . . Milwaukee Extension . . . Alpha Phi Omega. Vice-PresideiU . . . Union Crafts Commitle?: Preiideiil. SI) i Slidi ' i Board: Campus Elections, Administrative Assistant: (General Chairman, UMOC. • EREDERICK L. HLAUTZ ... MiUvaiike.- . . . Ci A E gineering . . . . SCE . . . Phi Eta Sigma: Chi Epsilon . . . 1-E Council, Chairman. Judicial Ccmimillee . . . Phi Delia Thcla. Srconil Row: NANC Pl-A " ! MAN . . . Applclon . . . Journalism . . . tloranto . . . Thela Sigma Phi. Vice-President: Ela Kappa Lainlida . . . Wesley Foundation: Dorm Co-ordinalor, WSIJA: Elizabeth Vi alers, Lnil V. Social Chairman. President: New Sludenl Week Suh-Chairman. • ROBERT W. PLUMMER . . . Madison . . . Economics . . . Kappa Sigma. • JEROME S. POLLACK . . . Brooklyn, N. . . . . Pohlical Science ... Phi Sigma Kappa. • PETER D. POLLAND . . . Milwaukee . . . Ec momics . . . Provost Corps; I-F Representative and Puhli. ' Relations Committee: Humorologv . . . Zeta Beta Tan. • ROBERT T. POL ER . . . Eau Claire . . . Economics . . . Pledge Presi.leni Council. President: Greek Week Committee, Chairman . . . Phi Gamma Delta. • M R ' LU POLZIN . . . New London . . . Home Economi.s . . . Law- rence College . . . Phi Upsilon Omicrtm . . . Eulhenics Club . . . Kappa lpha Thela. Thinl Row: J. MARIO PONCE . . . Tegucigalpa D.C.. Honduras . . . Agricullural Economics . . . International Club: Spanish Club; 111 (lob. • EUXNCIS L. PONDER . . . Cleveland. Ohio . . . Economics . . . Wavland Club. • CARL N. POOLE . . . Viroqua . . . Journalism. • ROB- ER1 ' POPPER . . . New York, N. Y. . . . Political Science ... Phi Eta Sigma . . . Haresfool; Job Opportunities Conference, ArrangemciilN (Ikut- man; Forum (ommiltee; Union Public Relations Committee . . . Sigma Chi. • GERALD G. POST . . . Madison . . . Chemistry. • Rl ' IN- HART POSrW 1.1 1, KR . . . Madison . . . Civil Engineering . . . ASCE, President . . . Polygon Board, President: igS,? Engmeermg Expos n . . . Sigma Mjilia Epsilon. 414 Ilrsi li„„: UK ' iNOI.l) I ' OITRBADM . . . Diibiuiur. I. ma . . . Af;iirullun,l Kr.,iii.ini.s . Iil«aiik,r . . . .lour.ialisin . . . Ba.lficr: Cine Cliih. • KKI ' I ' , POI ' I ' ll SI ' . . . k.-nosha . 1. I ' OI ' IS . . . Mil «aiik.T . . . Kl.Tlri.al Kn ' iil in- . . . kappa Kla kappa . . . I ' lii Kla I ' H l ' l . . . Ma.ii.o.i . . . r,,,Nnliii;;. • 1 lO J M, I ' liK.I ' . . . . I ' riii. ,l..,i. III. ... II, . Newman Clnh. • I 1UIA N .1. PO ' I ' IKR . . . . Chemieal Kn ' ineerin r . . . MCliK. • RICIIVHI) i ' ma . . . l ' ,,K;. ' .,n I5,,ai;l: Mil ' .. • W 11.1,1 l I ' . le K.oTior.nr- ' . . . lplia I ' lii. Srnmil Huh: I ' lKtMVS K. I ' KICK . . . lil«ankee . . . Eeonomie I ' iname . . . Si;;nia lplia Kpsilcri. I ' n iilenl. • KDW Mil) l ' KI 0 .Mk . . . (»slik . li . . . Mcrlianieal Kn{;ineerin{; . . . ' SME . . . Newman C.UiU: Mens Hall ( .In, nisi l ' r.-si,lrnl. kn.nslia-r Hall. • I.KON l ' l!(» ' l S . . . l.akrw.Hicl. N. .!.... Ili li,r . . . Crnoihle . . . Car.linal, Magazine Kililur; I nion (;aller ( Icminil h-.-: Sliidi.. I ' laxs. • ( .1 il.SI T.K KlSKI ' ll |•K , HI I.SkI . , . Slexens I ' oiiil . . . Labor-Economics . . . Exlensi.Hi Dixision .Srli,,,,l f,,r Workers. I ' nI.lie Kelalioiis an. I llMMsir,;: Dire.lor: I nixersil l,il,rar% ssislanl. • .1 WIES H. I ' T S( .11 INSk I . . . Beaver Dam . . . . rt Eduealion . . . Marelnn;; Band . . . l.ainlMla Chi Mplia. iee-l ' residiMil. • MN KON KDW I{I)S I ' l (;il. lie . . . Mailisoii . . . Metallurgical Engineering . . . Mining and lelalliir-y Clnli: Co-Cliair- nian eli ilies Jinielion: l-E Kepresenlali e . . . Theia Delia Chi. ' ' iin Kmr; M KI 1, 1. IT III, ... Milwaukee ... Speech ... Phi Bela ... Inlernaliimal Clid.: Spanish CInl.: Seheilers. • IMIIl.ll ' I ' . I ' lB- CEI.I, . . . Madison . . . (;eo rapli and Law . . . Phi Ela Sigma. President . . . Sophomore Honors: Freshman Orientalion . . . CIn I ' si. • MIkK PI I IEK . . . Ellsworlh . . . I.al.or Management . . . Senior Class Viee-Presi.lent: Vilas House. Pre-id.nl. thlelii Chairman; HIA Alhlelie and P ' inance Commillees . . . I ' reslunan Swimming Team . . . Delta Epsilon. • D.WID . . OL.VL . . . Burlington . . . Marketing . . . Marquette Univer.sily . . . Sifrma Nu. • KM . BK TH . NN OUINN . . . Fond du Lac . . . Latin Education . . . P ' .ta Sigma Phi . . . Spanish Club; Classical Club: Scheders. • JAMES B. OL INN . . . Neenab . . . Mechanical Engineering . . . ASME . . . MHA Cabinet and Athletic Committee . . . Pi kappa Alpha. luiirll, Knir: W 1 M-: A. RABE . . . Madison . . . Natural .S.ience. I ' nsidenis- C.MMi.il. • EVE E. RABINOWITZ . . Ilillel I ' onridalioMi International Club; French Clul H DM11 Milwaukee . . . English and French . . illa Maria. Vice-President. • GENE C. RADKE Baseball Representative . . . Baseball. PALL W . RABENHORST . . . Manitowoc . . . Zoology ... Mil V House Lakewood, N. J. . . . Law . . . Timlin Legal Fraternity . . . Committee on Discriiniiiatio r, • NANCY A. RACE . . . Oshkosh . . . Recreation ' . . . Dolphin Club: WAA. • SAKA French Club: Hillel Foundation: Hillel Review. Feature Editor: LInion Librarv Committee: . . Waterloo . . . Physical Education . . . National W Club: W Club: Student ihlelic Board. AtMmk » ,C3 i JUNI ' , HAKOW . . . Waiisaw . . . II„ni.- K .,, KMthciiics; 1IIA Cdilnil SoiirlN C.mimil I,-.-. inil, ' s.R..| al,-,l r| . . . i;i (;i;M ' ; i.. kammi . . . Min.iai i ' ..ini ... . . .SiikIomI CliapKTof MC.liK. Ch, ' ;iii,Ml " - - 1)1 ANK II. KASMIIS.SKN . . . I,a Cross,- . . . .. . Alpha Chi Si ' ina. . . l|.ha IMii ( )in(f;a: II .• i)f Chemical FMigineers. Cli, ' :lli, ' a r-; lll,r 1 E,i;;i,„-,-rlnf; icari Irislilule KOBKKT J. K. SMUSSEN . . . Waukesha . . riii (Fanima Delta. . l,Mli, ' al 1 .S,-i,.,i,-,. . . . (;i,()KIA HELEN RATZSCH . . . Milwai.k,-, . Kelalecl . rt . . . Norlhweslern Uiiiversily. . . Il, iii ,■ Er,,n,.,iii,-s. HOBKKT P, TRICK REAGAN . . . Nhulis,,,, W ( :iiil . . . Tennis . . . Phi Kappa. . . . h;,- , ri, iiii,-s . . . EUGENE I. KOAKk . . . Madiscn . . . S,«i.,lu- ...Tl., la l), ' llaChi. KENNETH KEDDIN . . . Neenah . . . I ' sveh., (;i.il.l. .!..- . . . Eiil,-rlain,T. JEAN I. UEDISKE . . . Ilarllan.l . . . II, .me Delta Delia. E „ii„m i, ' s . . . Delu, DON J. RE(;ELE . . . Milwaukee . . . Accounting . . . Phi Eta Sigma. Recreation . . . Union Games Corn- Newark, N. J. JANET REICIIART . . . Kiel miltee . . . Delta Zeta. ROBERT EDWARD REICHENSTEIN Economics ... Pi l.anili,la Phi. WIUIJAM REILLY . . . Milwaukee . . . c,-ounliii ; . . . lpha kappa Psi. MARILYN H. REINHARDI ' . . . Milwaukee . . . Journalism . . . Theta Sigma Phi . . . oung Republicans . . . Delia Zeta, Activities Chairman . . . llumoriilogy Publicity Chairman . . . Badger Student Events Eilit,)r . . . Wiscetirjuette . . . Cardinal. ARNO W. KEINIIOLD . . . W auwatosa . . . Li hl Bi.iMing ln,iusirv. EUGENE R. KEINIIOLD Band. RICHARD A. REri ' SCH . Play, ' rsChd,. HARRY O. KENNA r . . . ...Pi Tan Sigma; Tan Beta I ' . . . Port Washington . . . Economies . . . . . R Kkf, rd. III. . . . Nalural Science . . . Blue l,Min,ls . . . Merhanical Eimineerins ALAN RESCHENBERG . . . West Allis . . . ppli,- 1 ri . . . lpba Phi Omega. ALICE RESNICK . . . Far Rockaway, N. Y Comparalive Lilera- ture . . . Players Club; Junior Orchesis. ANNE L. RESSNER . . . Lakewood. N. J English. Lakewood, N. J. . . . Law BERNARD E. RESSNER Legal Fraternity. JUNE E. RETIIKE . . . Madison . . . Home Economics E,lu,ali,.ii . . Euthenics; Wisconsin Players; Dolphin (Mub; W( ; (iamjius Cai nival. MARION T. RETZINGER Eagle River . . . Ba,l,ri,,l,i 416 .1 WICK l. nil Kl, l . . . lil«..Mk W . W 11,1,1 l U. KKLTKK, JK. . . . Ocoiiomow «• , Ha-rliall . . . Sigma Alpha Epsiloii. Vice-I ' resiilenl. I ' iiN.Mral K.lurali.m WII.MAM i. rp:venal ' gh . . li) tit(itioiis . . . Boxing; II aresfoot Carnival. Lake Bluff. III. . . . American . Phi (iamma Delia . . . (Campus KOBEK r 1.. Kin NOLUS. JR Madison . . . Classical Humanities . . . Eta Sigma Phi . . . Mace . . . (Classics Club; Badger . . . Sigma Phi. Student Board . . . Badger . . . Fall General Elections (Chairman . . . NS . Prom. Sludenl Alliance and Dogrin Parties. Orientation Promo tions ( Chairman. JACK V. KlIOUK . . . Mauston . . . Personnel Management . . . Delta Sigma Pi . . . Society for the Advancement of Management; Band; Baseball. CARLO R. RICCIARDI Science. . Economics and Political I.VWRENCE W. RICE . . CHARLES J. RICHARDS Kappa Epsilon. ROBERT E. RICHARDS . . . Lancaster . . . . ASME: . rnoId Air Society. Beloit . . . Law. . . . Kenosha . . . Economics Mechanical Engineering JOHN C. RICHARDSON . . . Pewaukee . . . Mechanical Engineering . . . ASME . . . Regimental Band . . . Sigma Alpha Epsilon. HENRY J. RICHGELS Madison . . . Geology. . Law . . . Timlin Legal Fra- ALVIN RICHMAN . . . Milwauk. ternity . . . Phi Beta Kappa. NANCY E. RIEDEL . . . Cudahy . . . English Education . . . Sigma Epsilon Sigma. RUPERT J. RIEDER . . . Spring Green . . . Industrial Management: SAM. DONALD RIEMER . . . Wauwalosa ... rt Education rt Club. HELEN RILEY . . . Racine NANCY L. RIPP . . . Madison . Delia Thela . . . Alpha Phi. THOMAS D. RIPP . . . Madison English. Meilical Technology . . . Alpha Political Science . . . Track. EDWARD G. RIPPIE . . . South Beloit. Ill Pharmacy Psi . . . Rho Chi Society. DONALD A. RITCHIE . . . Rockford. III. . . . Zoology Delta Chi. ROSEMAR ' RITZLER Gamma. W liitelish Bay . . . E( onomics Kappa . Theta . Delta . Sheboygan Falls . . . Physical Therap BETTY R. RIVIERS Physical Therapy Club. MARGARET A. ROACH . . . New Augusta, Ind Applied Art . . Octopus . . . Gamma - lpha Chi . . . 19.52 Badger Managing Editor. Delta Gamma. CLYDE R. ROBBINS . . . Milwaukee . . . Electrical Engineering . . Phi Eta Sigma; Wisconsin Engineer, Eta Kappa Nu; Tau Beta Pi. 417 dl ' AHATk FAKKF IT X. IIOBEKTS . . . (.cniiiriii . . . V- . . . ' ' : Sailillr ;m.l Sirloin (liil,-. 1 MCX; l-ll. (;() ii:k w. kobkkis . . IMii Kki Sigma . . . ' I ' lirta ( ;ii: I ' MKICIA ANN KOBEKTS . . . Madison . Clii lliela. UH;|| KI) I. liOHKHIS . . . h . . . I ' hi D.ha llula. KKNNETII KOHINSON . . . Iu ROBERT (;. KOBOTKA . . . Ka, Siirma . . . Insurance Sorielv. Ilural E.lMcalion M.-ili.al Sii.-Ticr . . . Real Eslalc . . . I ' lii . Z(iiil(ig . . . (.ynuiastics . K.onoini. ' s. Mallw.nalics . . . I ' lii Kla 1NC;ER marie ROCKNE . . . Trondheim. Norway . . . Inlernational (ilub; Hoofers: Scandinavian C.Uil). EARL ! I. KOCKSTAD I ' si. Treasurer. Superior . . . Accounting ROBERT D. ROEHRS . . . Wonevvoc . . . . kappa Psi . . . Vt Club . . . Crew. Mph CHARLES J. R0(;ERS . . . Milwaukee. . . Light Building . . . Mark,- ing Cluli. JOHN R. R()(;ERS . . . Racine . . . Chemistry . . . NROTC: Soph, more Honors . . . Phi Lambda Upsilon; Phi Eta Sigma. LAWRENCE D. ROGERS . . . Prairie du Chien . . . Commerce . . Newman Club; Arnold Air Society; Sx4M. ELIZABETH ROHERTY . . . Madison . . . Hispanic Studies . . . Sigma Delta Pi; So] homore Honors . . . kappa Alpha Theta. kAY CECIL ROHLOPT . . . Milwaukee . . . Comparative Literature . . . Junior Orchesis. LOIS A. ROJAIIN . . . Milwaukee . . . Child Development . . . Women ' s Dolphins; Hoofers: .Ski Team . . . Careers Conference; Orientation: Lfnion House Committee . . . Alpha Chi Omega, Vice-President. EMILY ROKNICH . . . West Allis . . . Pharmacy . . . Wisconsin Pharmaceutical Association. Kappa Epsilon ROMAN R. ROM NOWSKI. JR Cudahy . . . Horticulture . . Newman Club; Horticulture-Landscape . . . Delta Theta Sigma. GEORGE A. RONSHOLDT . . . Racine . . . Applied Art. JEROME B. RODS . . . Milwaukee . . . Speech . . . Mpha I ' hi Omega . . . oung Republicans; Crime Club. DON ROSE ... Ft. Atkinson . . . Journalism Mpha I ' hi Omega. . . Pershing Rifles: Scabbard and Blaile . . . Cardinal: W Club: Crew: (rvmnastics. BERT THOMPSON ROSENBERG . . . Racine Aid Society. Law . . . Legal DONALD ROSENBERG . . . Milwaukee . . . Political Science . . Phi Eta Sigma; L ' nion Commons Committee . . . Phi Sigma Delta. lOBY ROSENBERG . . . Forest Hills. N. Y. . . . Psychology . . . Hoofers: Public Relations Committee: International Club, Social Com- mittee Chairman . . . Cardinal. JUDITH ROSENBLOOM . . . Gary. Ind. . . . History . . . Sigma Epsilon Sigma: Crucible . . . Hillel. 418 JLiNK K. KOSS . . . Milwauk.-L- . . . S.,.i..l.. . . . C.riiiio (lliih: ir roiisin IMavcrs. W I I.I.I l (.. I!()| M N . . . rniiialKi»k Nm Si-nui Nil . . . M.-di.l.cir . . . Si-iiM l lii. lilCII K1) II. ROWLAND . ( lull . . . Boxing . . . Sigma Chi. . . . Mar l urn . . Mnlical Sr . . Sociology . I.DW KI) lU |{| . . . Madison . . . M.Mlical Sci.iic- . . . I ' i l,a.M IMii. KVrill.KK.N KUCHH()P:FT . . . Manitowoc . . . Pharmacy . isroii iii I ' liarniaceutical Society; Newman C.hih; Union Games ( ' ■ mil lee . . . Kappa Epsilon, Historian. ANNE G. RUCIITE . Des Moines. Iowa WILLIAM C. Rl DELIl S . . . Rockford. III. . . . Mechanical Engineer- ing . . . Phi Ela Sigma: Tan Rela I ' i: I ' i I ' au Sigma . . . W Club . . . Tennis, Captain: New Sliidenl eek. Co-Cliairman . . . Thela Delta hi. Treasurer. |{( )LAND RUECKER ' I ' . . . Rhinelander . . . Chemistry . . . Sophomore Honors; Education anil Scholarship Committee; MHA Parents " Weekend. RTIIUR H. Rl F . . . Wausan ( itmnnillee. Chairman. Mil A Finance RUFUS E. RUNZHEIMER . . . Chicago, 111. . . . Speech Education . . . Dogrin Party and Student . lliance, W isconsin Forensic If Congress, If Chorus, Christian Science Organization . . . oung Republicans . . . Phi Kappa Sigma, President. LINDA E. RUPNOW l niversitv. Milv ikcc Social Work . . . Valparai |{( )t;ER F. RUPNOW . . . Madison . . . Urban Plannin I ' liiKa I)pa. MARJORIE RUPP . . . Madison . . . Speech Correction . . . Sigma Kappa Phi . . . Orientation; Badger Beauty ... Pi Beta Phi. WILLIAM E. RUTENBERC;, JR. . . . Chicago, III. . . . Physical Education . . . Phi Epsilon Kappa . . . Football . . . Sigma Alpha Epsilon. LENARD OTTO RUTZ . . . Milwaukee . . . Chemical Engineering . . . Alpha Chi Sigma; AIChE; SAE; ASM . . . Tau Beta Phi, Secretary. RONALD J. RYAN . . . Wausauke . . . Economics . . . SAM; Arnold Air Society. .lOE F. RVCHLAK . . . Cudahy . . . Psychology . . . Phi Eta Sigma . . . Psychology Club. ARTHUR P. SACHSE . . . Milwaukee . . . Horticulture . . . Milwaukee Exten ion . . . Theta Chi. RUTH A. SAEMAN . . . Cross Plains . . . Education . . . Newman Club, Secretary; Villa .Maria. Secretary: Music Committee; National and International Committee; Student Board. ANNE SAGEL . . . Gary, Ind. . . . Sociology . . . International Club: Assistant Commissioner, International Commission of Student Boards: Unite l Nations Conference; Hillel Education Committee. VERA SAKWA . . . Hastings on the Hudson, N. Y. . . . History . . . French, German Clubs; SDA; Chorus. DANIEL SALLIS . . . SAE; SSE. DONALD SAMOSKY BETTE T. SANDOR auwalosa . . . Mechanical Engineering . . . -Milwaukee . . . Pharmacy. . . Racine . . . Child I Jeyelopment. 2 C f 419 First Rmv: JOHN J. SANDOR . . . Racine . . . Journalism. • MARGARET SAPP . . . Milwaukee . . . Applied Arl . . . Delia Zeta. • FRED- ERICK CARL SAPPINGTON . . . Marinelle . . . History-Pre-Law. Second Roiv: JOHN H. SARLES, JR. . . . Minneapoli.s. Minn. . . . Commerce . . . Mace . . . Summer Siuilenl Board: Badger, Business AIanaf;er: I-F Council; Greek Week; Campus Chest; Elections Committee . . . Phi Gamma Delta. • SI S S (;()()1. . . . Viola . . . English. • I ' A- TRICIA R. SCHADE . . . Milwaukee . . . Enghsh Education . . . Alpha Phi. • MAR1 K VlllK ' i N SCXM.ON . . . Steuben . . . Hospital Dietetics . . . Euthenics; International Affairs Committee; Women ' s Chorus; Theater Committee; Music Committee. • RICH ARD L. SCIIAL- LER . . . Mt. Horeh . . . Light Building . . . Real Estate and Home Building Association, Board of Directors. • JACQUELINE SCHAEFER . . . Brownsville . . . English Education . . . Sigma Epsilon Sigma; Sophomore Honors . . . Scheders; Campus and Dorm Orientation; Union Library, House Committees; Careers Conference. Third Row: ENDS SCHAPER . . . Greendale . . . Political Science. • MARY LOU SCHAPHORST . . . Brookings, S. D. lish College. Poughkeepsie, N. Y. . . . Spanish t;hil ; Hoofers; Chairman, Plaid Shirt Week . . . Kappa Delta • HELEN SCHARRINC;- IIAUSEN . . . Park Ridge, 111. . . . Pharmacy . . . Kappa Epsilon; Wisconsin IMiarriKK iniiral Soiiety . . . Senior Swiiigoul. Marching Chairman; Careers Conference; Calvary Student Coimcil . . . Alpha Xi Delta. • RUDOM ' ll SCII 1{S(.UMIDT . . . Markcsari . . . Food Industry . . . Food Tech Club, President; Babcock Dairy Science Club; Ag Student Council: Tariaul Mouse, President. • 1 KJ()1{IE SCllEE . . . Blue Island, 111. . . . Home Economics . . . Gamma Alpha Chi; Phi Upsilon Omicron . . Senior Dolphins; .Academic Affairs Commission, Chairman of Faculty Evaluation; Summer Prom, Decorations Co-Chairman; Union Craft Committee. Secretary . . . Kappa Delta. President. • SHIRLEY A. SCHEERER . . . Madison . . . Home Economics Education . . . Phi Upsilon Omicron . . . LAS Secretary . . . UR( Secretary. 420 First Row: LOIS M. SCHEIB . . . Shebov ' an . . . Social Work . . . YGOP. • LF.SI, SCJIEINFELD . . . Chicago. 111. . . . American liisiim- lions . . . Phi Theta Kappa . . . NS A: Mock IN Confercnj c: French C.luh: Art Club; Choir: YMCA; tnlernalional Cliih; Batlger; Cardinal; Book F.ailor. W isc.n-in l.Ica: W IIA N. Carnival, ( lo-Ch.iii man. Vdxcrlisiiif; Coi . . . Wi -ciiM,, I ' lurrnacnilical Soriclv. . SCllllll VKTIl . . . au«al.Ha . . . S : CaniiMis CarniNal. (;rncral Chair Delia Ian Delta. llo,,f,r . • (;F,R I.D SCllER . . . Madison . . . Finance . . . Military Police Provost Corps: Campns .iilhc; lla e fool . . . Boxing . . . Zeta Beta Tan. • JOHN II. SCllEKKK ppleton . . . Pharmacy men K1) SCIIKKFF . . . Madison . . . Physical Edncation . . . Phi Epsilon Kappa. • KICIIARD inance and Marketing . . . (iOP: American Markelin " . ss M:ialion: SAM: Pnhlic Relations (Committee, an: Haresfoot; Publicity Chairman, Tri-House Formal: Prom Committee; Union Public Relations . . . Sccim.l l{„„: (;i.EK SCIII.AE(;ER ... La (irange. 111. ... r[ Ednc alion . . . Sigma Lambda . . . YWCA; Scheders; Norge Club: W St; : House Proidenis " (.ouncil: House Judicial Committee (jhairman: Gallerv C ommiltee: Prom Decorations: Beaux Arts Ball. Invitations (Chairman: Lang- don Hall. Presi.lcnl: Senior S» ingout: (iirl Scout Leader: Clothing Drive. • FRANK (;. SCHLEGEL. .. Hustler. .. Accounting. • THOMAS W 11,1,1 M SCHLKISNKR . . . Janesville . . . Economics . . . S Clid) . . . p ' oothall . . . Beta Theta Pi. • JOHN S. SCIILOM . . . Madison . . . (ieologv . . . (ieolo. ' v Club . . . Baseball. • ALLEN T. SCHMIDLEV . . . Janesville . . . Electrical Engineering . . . kappa Kla Kappa . . . Hoofers ' : MHA Ra.lio Club: Polygon Board; IRE, Treasurer. • BETTY J. SCHMIDT . . . Racine . . . Physical Education . . . W : B.ml- ing Club: Ba.sketball Club: Physical Education Club; Golf Chairman. Thinl R,m: VRTIILR R. SCll Mil) T ... Rliinelander ... (;eographv ... Hoofers. • CARL F. S( 111 M 1 DT . . . lil« aukee . . . Medical Science . . . Track . . . kappa Sigma. • EDW ARD 11. SCHMIDT . . . Sheboygan . . . Marketing . . . Marketing Club. • (;E0R(;E H. SCHMIDT .. .Oshkosh . . .Journalism. . .Sigma Delta Chi. Secretary . . . Newman Club: Men ' s Halls Public Relations Committee. • JO . NN SCHMIDT . . . Madison . . . Sociology . . . University of W isconsin Dames. • KENNETH R. SCIUMIDT . . . Elm Grove . . . -Mechanical Engineering . . . Theta Tan. Treasurer: S E: ASME . . . rnolil ir Society. Fourth Row: UOWELU M. SCHMIDT . . . Clintonville . . . Mechanical Engineering , , . ASME: SAE. • MARY LOUISE SCHMIDT . . . Upper Montclair. N. J. . . . Social ork . . . Library: Y -Teens: Carnpus Chest, Publicity Committee: Social Exchange Chairman ... Pi Beta Phi. • RICHARD SCHMIDT . . . Madison . . . Geology. • ARLENE L. SCHMIEGE . ' . . Madison . . . Accounting . . . Phi Chi Theta. President and National Councillor . . . Sigma Epsilon Sigma: Sophomore Honors: Beta Gamma Sigma . . . National and International Commission: Summer Prom, Executive Co-Ordinator: Prom, Publicity Chairman: Commerce Turn-Out, Arrangements Chairman; Freshman Orientation; Campa Publicity; Commerce Council: Mock UN Conference: Delegate, Collegiate UN and UNESCO Conferences. • HERBERT H. SCHMITT . . . Merrill . . . Soils . . . Saddle and Sirloin Club: Agricultural Student Council; Band; . griculture Midwinter Ball. Arrangements Chairman . . . Delta Theta Sigma. • JAMES E. SCH.MUTZLER . . . Wansau . . . Economic Geography . . . Bar-Bell Club; Camera Club. 421 KKNNKTII II. SCIIM ' . C.K . . . Waimatosa . . . Mclallursical Kti- fiiiift ' riiifi . . . Iiiiiiifi aiKJ Metallurgy Cliih: IsiigiiU ' cring hiXposilioii. (Jriioral ( liairinan. ALLAN WILLIAM SCIINICIDLK . . . Ma.lls.m . . . Law- V... Miming . . . Wisrimsiii Law Koviow, Hoaril tf Kdilors. DLHOUMI (iUKKMU ' .Kt; SCIINKIDKR . . . Ma,li oii . . . I ' sy- liolo " v . . . .S(; , .liidiiial Commillce; Union I ' ilni ( Miinrnillre. NANr. .jO ' lC.K SCIINKIDLI? . . . MilwauU.- . . . Ilis|ianir Slu.lics . . . Wiiilcr (iariiivah S|ianisli-I ' rliigiicse ( lliili: I ' .li aliflli Walcrs L ' nit 1. Social Oliairniaii . . . Doha (rainma. SARI ANN SCHNEIDER . . . Milwaukee . . . Sp.-edi . . . e(a I ' lii Ida . . . Wisconsin Players; WIIA Radio Players; Sliidcnl t ioN ernmciil. Personnel Oliairman; Union Comniillee; Speakers Bnrean. THEODORE W. SCHNEIDER . . . Kenosha . . . Commerce . . . Plii Delia Tliela. Wilmol ... II .lOANNE SCHNURR lion... (;oP; ISA. RERNVRD SCHOKNBERG . . . New York . . . Cine Cluh; Union Eornm CommiHee. CHVRLES D. SCHOENWETTER (Jernian Club, President. Kconon.i. ' s and Kcluca- . American inslilulions Milwaukee . . . .oolofrv . . . CARL A. SCHOETTLER . . . Boscobel . . . Mechanical Engineerin;; ... Pi Tau Sigma . . . ASME; Foundry Educational Foundation. RAYMOND F. SCHOLBE . . . Milwaukee . . . Business Adniinislra- tion . . . SAM. CAROL SCHOMMER . . . Racine . . . Occupational Therapy . . . Racine Extension . . . OT Club; Union Games Committee, Secretary; Oafts Committee. WALTER W. SCHOOF . . . Milwaukee . . . Mechanical Enginccrin;; . . . ASME; SAE . . . Tau Beta Pi: Pi Tau Sigma. RICHARD SCHOOFS . . . Milwaukee . . . Chemical Engineering . . . Tau Beta Pi; Phi Lambda Upsilon; Phi Eta Sigma . . . Hoofers . . . Alpha Chi Rho. JOAN SCHROEDER . . . Madison . . . Medical Technology . . . I ' hi Chi Theta; Alpha Delta Theta . . . Winter Carnival; Careers Conference: Folk Fiesta lpha i Delta. lOHN EDW RI) SCIIROKDEK . . . Shawano . . . Dairy liuluslrv . . . Balicock Dairy Science Club . . . Mpha (;amma Rh... ROBERT W. SCHROEDER . . . Milwaukee . . . Sociolog . . . " I(:A Cabinet. Secretary; YMCA, Alumni Chairman and Mcnilii-rship Chair- man; Sociology Club . . . Theta Chi. MARVIN E. SCHROETER ...ASCE. Milwaukee Civil E RONALD SCHUCIIARDT . . . Sheboygan . . . Industrial Manage ment . . . Hoofers: Swimming: MHA Chorus . . . Theta ( hi. I ' L L A. SCHUETTE . . . Racine . . . Math and (;eograpliy . . Malli Club: Geography Club; Scheders. JO CE .lEANNE SCHULDES . . . Milwaukee . . . Hispanic Suidie . . . Student Board I ' uMicily . . . Delia Delta Delia. Rusliing Chairniaii NANCY .lOY SCHULENBURG . . . De Kalb. III. . . . Dietetics . . . Eulhenics. EUGENE E. SCHULTZ . . . North Fond du La.- . . . 1 ' u.cli Marketing; Bashford House, Secretary-Treasurer. PHILIP F. SCHULTZ ... La Crosse . . . Accounting. Ilospilul 422 KOHKKI ' H. SC.IIl I I ' ... l.aCiriin;;.-, Ill t. ' riinlliiral Re- . .. Uaiid . . . l|)lia Delia I ' lii. VKKNON II. SCIIULTZ . . . Kenosl.a . . . Civil Kn ' iiuM-riii ' Kpsilon; Tali Beta Pi . . . Jones House. I ' rcsidenl. Medicine . . . Slevei DONALD W. SCIIl I, Slale(.oll.-. ' e . . . I ' lii Chi . Coll.v Meclieli, , . Chi I ' oini I.K !{»» " II. SCIIlIiy, . . . N(,illi Ion. I hi l.ae . . . l.-,haniral K flineeriiif: . . . Oslik.ish Slale Cille e. W 11,1, KI) C. SCIIliM KKK . . . i; lf;erlon . . . I ' harmaev. ! l{rr SCIIUMPEKT . . . Madison . . . Medical Technolof-y . l(iha Delia I ' liela . . . Dolphins, .Secrelary; Women ' s Chorus; Lliii (;allci ConiMiillee, Secrelarv ... Pi BetaPhi. C.AKl, SCllW l)l ' ,l{r,l{ Cluh. W auwalosa . . . Accounting ... I ' ;eo;:ra|.hv . . . BM ON V. SCHWARTZ . . . Manii.mo,- . . Phi Omega . . . Al|)ha Epsilon Pi. i:i,AINE .JEAN .SCHWARTZ . . . Peoria . . . Sociology Hall, Secrelarv. Mplui Norris JEANNE R. SCHWAR rZ . . . Barahoo . . . Home Economics Educa- tion . . . Phi Upsilon Oniicron . . . Eulhenics, Secrelary; Coiinlrv Maga- zine Board, Secrelary; WSGA Style Show; Home Economic High School Days; Elizaheth Waters, Unit Treasurer. Accounting . . . Delta Sigma OconK JOHN H. SCHWARTZ . I ' i . . . Foothall. Rl I ' ll SCIIW KZKOPF . . . Maplewood, N. J American History . . . Student Boanl; National anil International Commission; Wesley l ' uundali,.ii: llison House. President; NAACP. UELML I ' ll 1 ' . SCHWEIKART . . . ThiensviUe . . . Architectural Landscaping . . . gricultural Student Council; German Chih; Land- scape Council Ring. WALTER J. SCIIWERIN . . . Sheboygan . . . International Relations . . . Phi Eta Sigma . . . Symphony Orchestra; llillel (Council; Union Forum Committee; WHA; Forensics; MIL Education and Scholarship Committee. FRANK J. SCIPLES . . . Milwaukee . . . Economics . . . Haresfool; Winter Carnival; Campus I ' nlertainment Guild . . . Hoofers . . . Gym- nastics; Cheerleader . . . Kappa Sigma. JAMES A. SC:0 IT . . . W auwalosa . . . Political Science . . . Milwaukee Extension . . . International Cluh; Three Squares; Stiideiil Board: IS ; National and International Commission; U N Conference. ( . -( iliairnian: Wesley Foundation; Rochdale House, Trea.snrer; L nileil World Fed- eralist ' s; lplia Phi Omega. Puhlicily Chairman. JOHN P. SCO I " I ' . . . Milwaukee . . . Physical Me.li.ine . . . Scal.hanl and Blade . . . Physical Therapy Cluh; (Camera Club; MHA Librarian. ROBERT (;. SCOTT . . . Neillsville . . . Accounting and Naval Science . . . Beta Alpha Psi . . . Phi Eta Sigma . . . Mack House, Presi- dent, Seeretarv-Treasnrer. ROBERT L. SEARLS . . . Madison . . . Cheniislry . . . Newman Club . . . Fencing. JO ANN SECORD . . . Green Bay . . . Commerce . . . Phi Chi Thela . . . Marketing Club; Winter Carnival; Kick-Off Ball; Squire Hall. President; Badger Club, Treasurer; Dorm Activities Chairman . . . J ' hela Phi Alpha. KVI ' HERINK SEELS . . . Chi, ago. HI. . . . Economi. College . . . lplia Chi Omega. ( rriiuiell ANN MARIE SEIBOLD . . . Madison . . . English-Education . . . Mortar Board . . . Symphony Orchestra; WSGA; Judicial Chairman: Wiskils, Promotions Chairman . . . Gamma Phi Beta. WILLIAM R. SEIBOLD . . . Madison . . . Medical Scien.e . . . )rienla- tion . . . Theta Delta Chi, Secretary. KENNETH E. SEIDEMANN menl . . . V(;OP. . Kenosha . . . Iriduslrial hi ,»n n 423 SUSANNK SKIKKKT . . . JcfTerson . . . rsiifilish K.lii.alioii . . . Kappa Kappa (raiiiiiia. I. Mil, l{. SKI.IKCK . . . Milwaukee . . . Commem- . . . MIIA Work- .lii pL lliiriliii : anil I ' l.-liin ( iliili; Bnlkiii House, President, Treasurer, liliioci DriM- Cliairiiiaii; l,.a.l rsliip Coiiferenee. ALAN .SKI I ' . . . . Bronx, N. Y. Universilv K lilor. American lil lilnlr Car.linal. AII.AN SKKSTAl) Stoughlon Market in;;. JLiMK IM ' ANKU SEVERSON .. . Ma.lis.m . . . Sp.r.li r,,hi.aiion . . . Phi Bela . . . Sigma Pjpsilon Si ma . . . (ianuna I ' lii Bila. MAKY JOAN SEXTON . . . Ma.liso.i . . . S.M-iolocx . . . S».ri Briar Collcfie . . . Delia (;amnia. MARGARET ALEXANDER SHAFER . . . Evansion. III. . . . Psvrliolor;v . . . Northwestern . . . Chi Omei;a. W KKK .1. SI! KB VVT . . . I ' oml ilii Lac . . . Soils . . . lond ilii Lac I ' Xicnsion . . . tricnialion. THOMAS .1. SHAL(;HNESSY . . . Delaliel.l . . . Correctional il- minislralion . . . Scalihard and Blade, President; Crime Cluli . . . Milwaukee Stale Teachers College . . . Alpha Delta Phi. LE ROY B. SHAV . . . Baraboo . . . Engineering . . . Tan Beta Pi: Kta Kappa Nn; Phi Eta Sigma . . . AIEE . . . Triangle, Vice-President. MILDRED SHAW . . . Wauwatosa . . . Sociology . . . Lawrence College . . . Delta Gamma. AUDREY JEAN SHERMAN . . . Milwaukee . . . Sociology . . Hoofers; Wiskits . . . Alpha Epsilon Phi, Vice-President. JOSEPH J. SHIFF . . . Appleton . . . Law . . . Tan Epsilon Rho, Vice- President . . . Legal Aid; Wisconsin Law Review . . . Alpha Phi Omega . . . Zeta Beta Tan. VrARGARET SHIPMAN . . . . Hoofers; Wisconsin Playei Inn, President. HENRY B. SHOVERS . . Societv. , Milwaukee . . . Occupational ' llierapv , OT Club; Tournament of Song; Tabard Racine . . . Insurance . . . Insur MAR L. SHOLTES . . . Richland Center . . . Marketing . . . Phi Chi Theta . . . Marketing Club; Dolphins; Hoofers; Student I ' aciilt Rela- tions; Ice Cabaret . . . Delta Zeta, Treasurer, GENEVIEVE A. SHUART . . . Kenosha . . . Home Economics . . . Three Squares; Blue Shield; WFSA, Presiilenl. SALLY J. SIBBALD . . . Wauwatosa . . . Journalism . . . Carroll College . . . Union Games Committee; Entertainer ' s (iuild . . . Clii Omega. CHARLES J. SIEFERT . . . Madison . . . Accounting . . . Sophomore Ibmors . . . W Club; Varsity Basketball . . . Sigma Chi. EARL G. SIEVERKROPP . . . Racine . . . Engineering . . . SAE; ASME . . . Tan Beta Pi: Pi Tau Sigma. DONALD R. SILVER . . . Madison . . . Bacteriology . . . tlhorns; Alpha Phi Omega; (ilenwood Moravian Youth Fellowship, President. GEORGE R. SIMKOWSKI . . . Chicago, III. . . . Econcmiics . . . Delia Sigma Pi. President . . . Football; W Club. RICHARD P. SIMONS . . . Kenosha . . . Art . . . Newman Club . . . Phi Kappa, Serretary. GWENDOLYN L. SINDLE . . . Little Falls. N. J. . . . Physical Education . . . Physical Education Club, Secretary; WOmen ' s Athletic Association, Treasurer; Dolphins Club; Concert Band . . . Delta (iamma. 424 l l)l{i; " SINNOTT I NKT SI PAH . . . Madii . . . OritMitalion. Siil)-( ' ha ItlUN I{1) . SKI KKk il . . . (llioir. Home Economics WS(;A Sivio She . I{i| »i Colle ' ie . . . l|)lia Clii S ' PVNLEY SLAGG . . . Edgerlon . . . Economics . . . Octopus, Promo- lions: Kick-Off Ball; Police Provosl Corps . . . Beta Tliela Pi. CKKM.D G. SLUSSER . . . Green Bay . . . Economics. S M) )K SMEJIOFF . . . Chicago, III Pharmacy. BAKBAKA SMITH . . . Madison . . . Speech . . . Panhellenic Council: Kanphellenic Rushing Chairman; IFC Big Ten Convention; Careers (Conference: Activity Junction . . . Chi Omega. BARBARA J. SMITH . . . Poynette . . . Speech . . . VWCA; WHA I ' Uners; isconsin Players: Scheders: Chorus: C A Christmas Ra aar. (Jrncral Chairman. DAN SMITH . . . Madison . . . Lalx lplia Epsilon. EDWIN M. SMITH . . . Neillsville . . . Zoology-History-Economii Education . . . Scheders. Speech . . . l{i[ion (iollege . . . Delta IRMA K. SMITH . . . Edgar . Zeta. S ' lTlART B. SMITH . . . Winnebago . . . Pharmacy . . . Phi Ela Sigma: I ' lii Lambda Upsilon; Rho Chi . . . Wisconsin Pharmaceutical Associa- lion. ,|()V SMITH . . . De Kalb. Ill French ... Pi Lambda Theta . . . lpha i Delta. nilLlP R. SMITH ... La Crosse . . . Insurance . . . Beloit College . . . Insurance Society: Sludent Board: Senior Council . . . Sigma Chi. RODNEY GRANT SMITH . . . Milwaukee . . . Botany . . . Pre- Forestrv Club: Gregorv House, Secretary. ' , .lAMKS .1. SML RZ . . . West Allis . . . Dairy Husbandry . . . Saddle and Sirloin: Little International, General Chairman; Meat Judging Team . . . Delta Theta Sigma, Treasurer. JAMES W. SMYTH . . . Oshkosh . . .Economics . . . YGOP: Home- coming, Publicity Sub-Chairman . . . Kappa Sigma. JOHN SODOLSKI . . . Menasha . . . Political Science . . . City and R.-. ' ional Planning Club: I-F Commillces . . . Sigma Chi. SHIRLEY .SOKOL . . . Milwaukee . . . English . . . Zela Phi Eta, Vice- President . . . Student Welfare Board: Studenl Living Conditions. Chairman. BARB R A. SOKOLOSKI . . . Madison . . . Sociology . . . Recrea- tion Club: Crime Club: Newman; W. A; 770 Club; Orientation: Kick- ( )ff Ball: L nion Open House: Tours Committee: Senior Swingoiit . . . kappa Delta. l R(;ARET ANN SOLUM lion . . . Chi Omega. Racine . . . Correctional Ailminislra- I ROGER A. SOMSEN . . . Blo.mur . . . Clwuiislry . . . Alpha Chi Sigma. JAMES SORAUF . . . Wauwalosa . . . Geology . . . Geology Club: Sophonmre Honors. D LE L. SORDEN . . . Ma.lison . . . Law . . . Mpha kappa Delta: I ' hi Mn lpha. National Council . . . I ' lii Eta Sigma: Phi kappa Phi: Scabbaril and Blade . . . Crime Clid), President: Student Court, Chief Jnsiire: Sophomore and Senior Honors; Concert Band; Drum Major; Mililarv Ball. Q 425 Hail j:ers meet faeiillv anil aluiiitii al informal receptions. First Row: MURIEL A. SORENSON . . . Madison . . . Labor-Management . . . Phi Chi Theta . . . Beta (Jamma Sigma . . . Newman Club. • KAY E. SPEAR . . . Milwaukee . . . Home Economics . . . Wisconsin Slate College. Milwaukee . . . Phi Lipsilon Omicron . . . Omicron Nu . . . Christian Science Simlent Organization. • JACK SPECTOK . . . Milwaukee . . . Medicine . . . Phi Delia Epsilon . . . Phi Sigma Delta. Madison . . . . ccounting Beta Alpha Fsi Phi Lambda Upsilon. • ROBERT F. STANCE EDWARD L. SPRINGER . . . Baraboo . . Milwaukee . . . Political Science . . DOROTHY K E STANLEY Madii Socioloi Sramd Row: LYLE J. SPEERSCHNEIDER . Chemical Engineering . . . AIChE: Tau Beta Pi Phi Delta Phi . . . Phi Eta Sigma . . . Alpha Tau Omega Union Dance Commillee. • ROBERT L STANTON . . . Chicago, III. . . . Mechanical Engineering . . . ASME; SAE: Hoof. guese Club. • CARL A. STAPEL . . . Appleton . . . Economics . . . Alpha Delta Sigma . . . IHA Camera Club; MHA Rad Badger, Pht logra]»her. I?oo Hoofers; Cam])a; s; Spanish-Portu- o Club; Cardinal; Third Row: CHARLES ST.- RK . . . Richland Center . . . Medicine . . . Phi Eta Sigma; Phi Beta Kappa . . . WMA Scholarship Committee; Men ' s Halls Association Open House Invitations Committee; Mace; Ochsner House, President; Mens Halls Chorus, President . . . Track. • ELMER F. STASNEY . . . South Milwaukee . . . CnW Engineering . . . ASCE . . . Triangle. • PHILLIP E. STEBBINS . . . Milwaukee . . . History . . . University of Cincinnati . . . MiOP; Men ' s V-Mirialioii. Scirelarv; Student Board. I ' ubliciiv Commission; Badger; I-F Chorus; Uni- versity Chorus; Scabbard and Blade ... Pi Kappa Alpha. • .ll ' .VN L. SIKBENS . . . Warn-.. . . . Home Economics . . . 4-H Club. • PAUL T. StEFFENSEN . . . Kenosha . . . Sociology . . . MHA Chorus. • ' M I) II. STEFF(;KN . . . Lake Ceueva . . . Economics. 426 First Row: BOM I I ' M I IM I I IN . lilu.iuk.-,- . . . S.., i..I..j;n ■( ,,ri.-, ii,,i..il Vilrmni-lralioii . . . Milwaukee Extension . . . William T. Timlin FraterniU . . . An Mu.linl- I..m:;iii ; I1...iIit : 1 . S.i r.tarM SliicliiiL H..ar.l. l ' tr-..rniil ( lomniil lee: Nnrris Hall. Presiilent. Jiulieial ( ' .hair- man: Careers C onferenre. l ' iililnii ( lia ii man: iMonsin Idea. Cireiilalion Manafier: ( ianlinal; W SGA Fashion Show: Pnni Comniillee . . . Omega Omega Omesa. • .II.KK ' l IMlll 11 ' Sl ' KlN . . . Klizaheth. N. J. . . . Racine Kxlension . . . Clinical Psychology . . . Hoofers: Psychology Chilr Camera Cluh. • J() N Sl ' IilNKCKKK . . . W ausaii . . . Speech . . . Lnion Entertainment Committee ... Pi Beta Phi. • COKDOlN R. STEINER . . . Richlaml Center . . . Cisil Engineering . . . SCE: SAME . . . Phi Eta Sigma: Chi Epsilon. • JACK I). STEIMIII.BER . . . Oshkosh . . . Elconomics . . . ' GOP. Chairman: ()cto|nis . . . kappa Sigma. • (iEORtiE P. STEINMETZ . . . Madison . . . Medicine . . . .Nu Sigma Nu . . . Phi Eta Sigma . . . W Cluh . . . I ' oothall . . . Phi Gamma Delta. Srrnnil K-i( . 11CH EL F. STEMPKK . . . ( )( onomowoc . . . Hislorx . . . Milwaukee Extension . . . Hoofers. Choir, ami Inter-Organizalioii Council at Milwaukee ExIcn-ioTi. • W 11.1.1 1 .1. STEN WICH . . .Racine . . . Light Building In.luslrv . . . Eight BuiUlers Association. • AI.EX STEMIOl SE . . . la.li-..ii . . . ..cial Sluilies. • OREN W. STENTZ . . . Shebovgan . . ' . Political ' Science . . . MHX Cabinet. • VIC- ■POK II. Sri ECK . . . Osliko-h . . . Vgriciilliire . . . Saddle and Sirloin Club . . . Crew. Captain . . . Alpha Gamma Rho. • . NN STEVENS . . . I.ancaster . . . Education . . . Carleton (lollege . . . Dolphin... Third Run: SHARON I. STOCKBERGER . . . Fort Wavne. Ind. . . . Speech Education . . . De Pauw University . . . Union Theater Commit- tee: t omens Chorus . . . Chi Omesa. • BRUCE J. STO ' EHR . . . Gresham . . . Letters and Science . . . Newman Club: MHA Stores. Assistant Manager. • CHARLES F. STONE . . . Madison . . . Geolo . . . Valparaiso I niversitv . . . Geology Club . . . Football: Golf: Pocket Billiard Team: Three-Cushion and Straight Billianl Team. • JOYCE ' SANDRA STONE . . . Chicago, HI. . ' . . Recreation Leadership . . . Recreation Club: Vi SGA Fashion Show: Badger: Lake Lawn House. Social Chairman, Secretary. • NEAL G. STOVEKEN . . . Pembine . . . Political Science-Law . . . Crime Club: Vouiig Deiiocrats: Badger. • JOANE STRANDT . . . Hales Corners . . . Related Art-Home Economics . . . Phi Upsilon Omicron . . . Euthenics Chdi: (.areers Conference Committee: Home Economic- W ' vzh School Day: Senior Swingout Committee . . . Alpha Xi Delta, Membership Chairman. Fourth Roic: HAROLD W. STRASSBl RG . . . Shebovgan Falls . . . Agriculture Education . . . FFA: 4.H Club: Blue Shield: Saddle and Sirloin did): Agricultural Student Council. • LOIS STR SSBUR(;ER . . . Hvde Park. N. Y. . . . Pharmacy . . . Kappa Epsilon: Wisconsin Pharma- ceutical Association . . . Alpha (Jamma Delta. • EUNICE S. STRATTNLVN . . . Wauwatosa . . . Occupational Therapy . . . OT Club: WSGA: Union Crafts Committee. • F.I.I . HETH T. .STROUD . . . Iowa Citv. Iowa . . . Political Science . . . Orientation: Union Gallery Committee . . . Gamma Phi Beta. • W ll.l.l 1 I). STRlNtJER . . . Mondovi . . . Insurance . . . Insurance Society: WMA: Y ' MCA. Cabinet, Vice-President . . . Theta Chi. • ROBERT R. S IT 1) T . . . Arcadia . . . Labor. Economics . . . Sigma Delta Chi . . . Iron Cross . . . Campus Chest. Chair- man: Human Relations Committee. Chairman: Senior Class. President: Spectator. Editor: Pres House. Deacon: WMA. Secretary . . . Ka|ipa Sigma. s . -- -T5iJ r d) 1 o 427 It Y IOND E. STl ' I.IV, . . . Itorki,,.,. III. . . . I ' liaii.ia.% . . . lUi,, C.lii. liODNK .1. STURM . . . Ii.nd l.i l.ui . . . L.-ll.rs and Sci.n.v . . . Canirra Cliili. ril() l S ,1. SUBITCll . . . Waukesha . . . lnli.al Sci.iicr . . . I ' lii l ' ' ,la Sifiina. I. KKNCK SIMM . . . lil»auk,r . . . lire rcaliM.i . . . Iron Cross . . . I nion . ' li ili. ' s KunaiK Slil l. ' nl Knanl. Iliinian K.lalions Com- millrr: KrnlluTlioo.l ' rk. (:iiairniaii:Slu li-iil Koanl: I nion I ' rcsMenI: W i c■onsln Stnilinl Kcrnalion .-. oiialion . . . Ka| |ia Si nia. I,VNN SULIS . . . Ma.lison . . . Applieil An . . . Sifima l.amlKla. I ' llILIP M. SULLIVAN . . . Park Kid ' c III. . . . Comm.rre . . . Colorado College . . . Ne wnaii Clnl.; ( )rienlalion; W iiiler Carnival . . . Phi (Janinia Delia. ALLAN D. SUTER . . . Kalamazoo, Mich. . . . Phvsiral Educalion . . . W Clul. . . . Baseball . . . Delia Upsilon. M R.IORIE S NS()N . . . Madison . . . Home Kc-.momirs ... Si. Olaf College . . . Eutlienics: Xgricnlliire Sludenl Conneil: Lillle Inler- nalional. Court of Honor; S(; Slyle Show; Eullienies. Christmas Caril Commillee, Chairman . . . Chi Omega. MILDRED E. SWANSON . . . Brule . . . .Tournalism . . . Superior Stale College . . . Orienlaliou; Barnard Eiall, Secretary; Tri-Dorm Formal, Tickets Chairman. JUSTIN SWEET . . . Madison . . . Law . . . Phi Ela Sigma . . . Phi Bela Kapiia; Sigma Delia Pi . . . Wisconsin Law Keview. Execulive E.lilor. ROBERT (;. SWENSON . . . Milwaukee . . . Acc.mnting . . . Bela Alpha Psi . . . Showerman, President . . . Freshman Tennis. BARBARA SWIFT . . . Milwaukee . . . Business Education . . . Phi ( hi Theta, Secretary . . . Stmlenl (.a il Defense, Secretary . . . Delia Gamma, President. JOHN D. SWINGLE . . . Richland Cenler . . . Medical Science . . . Phi Eta Sigma. RONXLD J. SZYMANSKI . . . Hales Corners . . . Medical Science . . . S phomore Honors; Mil A; Camera Cluh. MERRILL TAFT . . . Milwaukee . . . Finance . . . Finance Society; I-F Council; Orientation . . . Chi Psi. YIU N. TAIN . . . Rangoon. Burma . . . Civil Engineering DAVID C. TAMIN(;A . . . Kevil, Ky Electrical Eng riieta Tan, Vice-Regent . . . AIEE. ROBERT W. TATKOW . . . lpha Epsllon Pi. Br.M.klvn. N. Y. . . . Zoology . . . Crew KENNETH D. TAUBE . . . Milwaukee . . . Geography . . . lpha Sigma Phi, President, Social Chairman, Rushing Chairman. THOMAS N. TAUBE . . . Kenosha . . . Political Science and Eco- nomics . . . Insurance Society; Campus Carnival; Y MCA, Cabinet. CLAPTON TAVES . . . Waterloo . . . Marketing . . . Frankenhurger House. Alhlelic Chairman. ROYAL C. TAXMAN . . . Milwaukee . . . Law . . . Timlin . . . Tal.lc Tennis Chd , President; Union (iames Commillee; Union I ' ornin . . . Tennis . . . Alpha Epsilon Pi. ROBERT E. TEHAN, JR. . . . Milwaukee . . . History . . . ILS; Sludenl Council; Union Forum Committee, Chairman: oimg Demo- crats. Execulive Boaril. I R(; RET . TERRILL . . . Mineral Point . . . Clothing and TcMilcs . . . Eutlienics; l-II Clidi; Choir; Cheerleader; Campus Carnival; llumorology; Potpourri; Daisy Chain, Senior Swingout; Iililary Ball. Courl of Honor . . . Kappa Delia. 428 K(iMi:nr i;. i ' kscii W II. I, I M ,1. IICI .I.M I in;: . . . Milling ami MrlMlliu . lllv CliiK ik,,- . . . M.-iai . Drh., I |»il., Clii I ' lii. ir ical I ' M iiirrr- M.KKKD TllATE . . . W (■ l lli . . . Mrrlianira! K.. SME; SAE: Lafollell.- II„m-.-. il,l,li. ( .liair hum.. I ' KTKI! l. TIIKIN J WIl.S K. IIIKIKI, . . . A IKE. I ' orl ashingloii . . . Efoiiomics . . . Trark. . Chippewa Falls . . . Rleclrical En iiiciTiii ' DONNA W. THELANER . . . la.lis„„ . . . l,-,li,al Teilinold Alpha Delia Theta . . . Gerniaii Cluh . . . Si ina Epnilon Sigma. (; RI. I " . TIIEI.IN . . . Milwaukee . . . Me. Iiaiiical Eiifrineeriiig Thela Ta.i ... Pi ' I ' aii Sigma . . . VSME; SAK. ( hairmaii: l ' ol Hoard. La Irnsse . . . Home Eeoiiomie? I ' M ' KKIA A. I ' llOENX Delta Delia Delta. KKLING T. THERESON . . . M.n.nl ilorel, . . . Economics . . . Phi Eta Sigma: Phi Kappa Phi . . . Coneerl BamI: Symphony Orchestra: -Scandinavian Cluh: Union Music (.onimittee: American Red Cross: Spectator, Managing Editor; Inter-Arts Association, Treasurer: (iregorv House. Secretary. CATUKKN THIELE . . . Allen Grove . . . History . . . Dorm Librarian: Dorm Judicial Coinicil: Big Ten Dorni Conference: Newman. BARBARA GRACE THOMAS cousin Players; French Club. Waukesha History . X JOHN Psi . . L. THO. L S Campus Chest . . Green Bay Accounlii • • • ll ha Bt la J I !)-» Dolplii THOMPSON 1 . . . Alpha Ph . . kirks ille M His anic Stu. ies M in LOIS THOMPSON . . . Racine . . . Applied rl . . . llo,.fer.. I ' HOMAS J. THOMSON . . . Neenah . . . E:conomics . . . Scahhanl and Blade . . . Tennis; Swimming . . . Kappa Sigma. NYLA THONE . . . Ashland . . . . rt . . . Campus Carnival; Winter Carnival; -Teens . dvisor . . . Alpha Gamma Delta, Decorations Chairman. J M:r E. THORPE . . Chippewa Falls . . . French . . . llamline L ' niversily . . . International Cluh; Lutheran Student .Association: Seamlinavian Cluh; Orientation: Legislator ' s Day, Alpha Gamma Delta. MARJORIE THUSS . . . Lawrence College. elte . . . Comparative Literature . . DONALD A. THUT . . . Medford . . . Accounting . . . Beta Alpha Psi . . . Sophomore Honors; Gilman House. Treasurer. THOMAS T. THW AITES . . . Physics . . . Phi Eta Sigma . . . Sopho- more High Honors. LEWIS W. TIBBITTS . . . Melrose . . . Electrical Engineering . . . Phi Eta Sigma: Eta Kappa Nu; Tan Beta Pi . . . Orie:itation. Religious Chairman: PSf!. Board of Trustees; VIEE. Kappa Sigma. President. PHIL TICHKNOB . . . Sparia . . . Vgricnllnral Jonrnalism . . . Blue Shield, Ag Student Coinicil. ice-Presideiil ; Wisconsin Country Maga- zine, Editor. PETER ITEDEMANN . . . Montreal. Canada ... Economics... Inter- Traternity Congress; Campa . . . Theta Chi. HELEN P. TIMBERS . . . Madisim . . . Economics ami Commerce . . . Phi Chi Thela . . . Newman Cluh: Cardinal. 429 DONM.I) l{. 11 1 MOWS . . . 1,„„ I| Im IMii Oinr a . . . III. I li;S K. I ' lNCiSIM) . . . Mndix.Ti Wisconsin nuirnKK ' . ' illi.al s .M ' ial ion. N I ' LIK A. riNKII l . . . Ui|..)n CoiiiiiiilK-c: Kli alMlli al,-. . I nil Trc . . Snils . . . I|,Iki Z. ' la; I ' JKir.lKMV . . . Hlin Chi . . . . i;ni;li li . . . Lim.ii l.iliiar iia l| lia lola A Capclla ( llr • ««y . .S V. . .V. TOKI-KI, . . . Iti ' illioM . . . liisir . . Ilia Ka|.pa LamlMJa . . . W (..luiin Clionis; Ch. N.uiiiaii Club. M.HKKT R. TO-MSON. JR. . . . Milwaukr.- . Kr.Miktidc. President. .IWIKS K. TONKIN . . . Minrral I ' oinl . . . ;;ii.iillure Killlialio.l . . . .Sraliliar.l ami Blade . . . KKA: l-ll: Blue Shield: Saddle and Sirloin: IS ; Bahiock House. Vice-Presidenl: Inlra-Collegiale Meals Juclsin};: lallle International, Showman. THOMAS TOWELL . . . Madison . . . Hisl,,i . . , l|,lia I ' hi Ome ' a. Viee-President; Alpha Delia Sijiuia. President . . . Scahhard and Blade: I ' rovosl Corps . . . Eleitii iis Chairman: lililary Ball: I ' rom: Orienta- tion: Badger, Business Manafier . . . Winter Carnival: Homecoming: Campus Carnival: Humorology; Cardinal: Commerce Send -Off; (iOP . . . Kille Team . . . Sigma Phi, President. RICHARD G. TRACY . . . Nekoosa . . . Economics . . . Sigma Nu. KDWm A. TRAPP, .IR. . . . Milwaukee . . . Marketing . . . Mon- mouth College . . . llaresfool: Social Affairs Commission: Senior Class C nil: Prom. PuhlicilN Chairman. (M-ncral Chairman: Parents Week- end: ( )rientation. Men ' s Welcome Nile (Chairman . . . Crew . . . Thcta Chi. ROBERT G. TRAUTMAN . . . Milwaukee News, Social Editor . . . Delta Tan Delta. . . I-F DONALD J. TRAWICKI . Extension . . . Beta Alpha I ' si Edgar . . Phi Eta Si| M R TRKBII.COCK . . . Madison . . . Occupational Therapy . . . (Iriicihh ' . . . .S(; , Secretary; Wiskits, Arrangements Chairman: Pan-Hell Ball. Vrrangements Chairman: WSGA Style Show: Orienta- tion. Activities Jiniclion. Co-Chairman . . . kappa kappa (;amma. Kl ROV E. TREIBEL . . . W ' ausau . . . Chemical Engineering AlChE. RONALD F. TREICHEL . . . Milwaukee . . . .journalism . . . i Delta Chi . . . Tarrant House, Social Chairman. BETTY J. TREXELl Beloii W ' omen ' s Chorus. . Music . . . Sigma Alpha Iota LLO D M. IKIPP . . . Rachie . . . Racine Exlensiou . . . Speech and Drama . . . Haresfoot, Business Manager; Wisconsin Players; Wisconsin Idea; Racine Extension Players, Director and Advisor; WHA Players. M RIE KATHRYN TREBIAN . . . Waieriown . . . Social Work . . . WS(; .judicial Committee: Social Work Cluh: WSGA Style Show, Promotions Chairman; Badger Christian I ' cllowship. DlCk TROTTA . . . Madison . . . Physical Educati Kappa . . . Junior Varsity Baseball. Phi Epsilon MARl ' LE RAE IRorrEK . . . Plane, 111. . . . Physical Education . . . Physical Education Chd): YGOP; WAA; Dolphins; Orchesis; Chorus. COLETTE TROUARD . . . Madison . . . Art Education . . . Sigma Lambda, Vice-Presi lent: Professional Pan-IIel Council, Vice-President and Secretary; Professional Pan-IIel Brunch, Decorations Chairman. FELICITY M. TRUEBLOOD . . . Alexandria, Va. . . . International Relations; Octopus; Cardinal . . . Alpha Chi Omega. RUTH NAN TRUGMAN . . . Chicago. 111. . . . . Cardinal, Go! v Editor, Business Staff; (la Lincoln Lodge, Treasurer, Vice-President. PAUL L. TRUMP . . . Madison . . . Zoology . RALPH N. TRZENIEW Ski . . . Milwaukee. . Society; SAM . . . Swimming. Institutions lal: Wiskits: . . Phi (;amma Delta. . Clominerce . . . Finance 430 HOBKKT S. I ' liCkKU D.llii k;i|)|.ii Kpsilnii. i, i{|{ w. 11 rill I ' lii Kpsilnii Ku| | a . . . lias.hall . Ma.ll M.ik«c na o . . . IMivsit ' al Ivliiralion Kallows lldusi-, IVi ' sidfiil. OVE UG(;F,RBV . . . KariiK- . . . Liftht Buil.liiif; . . . Sigma l.arnlMla Clii. President . . . Keal Estate and Home Builders Assoeiation. UONALD (;e()iu;e unke . . . Baseball. .1 WIES E. V MIE ' l . . . Clioir: Cardinal . . . C.lf. MARGAKET .1. Ml, . . . . Kappa Alpha Tlirla. West Allis . East Tn.y . . . Ilislor . . W l.ilesl.Mie. N. . I ' livsical Ivlucalion . . Band: Capella . . Home I ' A ' ononiies CARL F. VAITI Milwaukee . . . Accounting . . . Alpha Kappa I ' si. CATHERINE k().S . . . Raeiiie . . . Journalism . . . Tlieta Sigma I ' lii . . . lorlar Board; Sigma Epsilon Sigma . . . Student Affairs Work- shop. I ' nlili ' it Chairman; Leadership Conference: Campus ChesI: Cardinal, Assistant Managing Editor. RUTH VALK . . . Sergeant Bluff, Iowa . . . Social Work . . . LUiion Easter Party, Chairman; Union Dance, House, and Theater t ommil- tees: Summer Prom, Publicity Chairman; Union Open House . . . Alpha Epsilon Phi. VIRGINIA T. VAN BREE . . . Grand Rapids, Mich. . . . Physical Therapy . . . Physical Therapy Club . . . Alpha Chi Omega. IRVINC; L. VANDE VREDE . . . Sheboygan . . . Accouniing . . . Beta Alpha Psi . . . Insurance Society; Inter-Varsity. GEORGE H. VAN DEWALLE . . . Madison . . . .Mechanical En- gineering. JAMES L. VAN EGEREN . . . Green Bav . . . History . . . Newman Club; YGOP; W Club . . . Freshman Football; Crew. ' JAMES JOHN VAN EIMEREN . . . South Milwaukee . . . An Education . . . Union Gallery Committee; Vilas House, President: MHA Spectator, Editor; .MHA Open House, Publicity (Chairman . . . Tennis. RICHARD VAN HORNE . . . Berlin . . . Real Estate . . . Provost ' Drps . . . Real Estate and Home Building Association . . . President WMA . . . Psi Upsilon. EVAN CORDIE VAN ORNUM . . . Marengo . . . Dairy Husbandry . . . Saddle and Sirloin . . . Freshman Boxing . . . Alpha (iamma Rho. DOROTHY M. VEITII . . . Madison . . . Geography-Education . . . Scheders; Spanish Club; Lutheran Student Association Council, Secre- tary . . . Kappa Delta. GEORGE G. VELTEN . . . Tonv . . . Chemistry. DICK VENNE . . . Stratford . . . Agricultural Journalism . . . Blue Shield; Saddle and Sirloin: Coinitry Magazine, Associate Editor . . . Delta Thela Sigma. THORA VERVOREN . . . (;reen Bav . . . Pharmacy . . . Kappa Epsilon . . . Rho Chi: Phi Kappa Phi; ' Eta Kappa l,ambda; lortar Board . . . Baud; ' Tri-l)orm Formal, Entertainment Chairman; Course Evaluation Chairman: Badgi ' r Club. President: Hoofers; Student Board. LINDA ANN VOELKER . . . Racine . . . Sociology . . . llumorology . . . Kappa Alpha ' Tlu ' la. DELMER C. VOGT . . . Milwaukee Athletic Chairman . . . Gymnastics. English . . . Gregory House, English-Eduiation . . . MARILYN ANN VOGT . . . Milwaukee . Delta Zeta. DONNA M. VOHLKEN . . . Freeport, 111 Occupational Therapy . . . Crucible. Secretary; Mortar Board, Vice-President . . . Campus Chest; Pan-IIel Ball; Senior Swirigout: OT Club, President; (Chorus; Women ' s Administrative Council; WSGA Educational Affairs, Chair- man . . . Gamma Phi Beta, Secretary. ■M x mm 431 •V .s( Hull: (JERALD VOLK . . . Milwaukee . . . Pharmaov . . . Wisconsin Pharmaoeiitii-al Society . . . Pliarmacv. Chairman; New Sludenl Ori- entation . . . Phi Sigma Delta. President. • JOHN W. VOLLETZ . . . Sturgeon Bay . . . Economics . . . MHA Cabinet: Tarrant Social Chairman; Freshman Orientation . . . Alpha Sigma Sigma. • RAYMOND M. VOI.P . . . Lake (Jeneva . . . Accounting . . . Linion (James (Committee . . . Sigma Phi Epsilon. Second Ron: JOAN A. VOLKMANN . . . Milwaukee . . . Eaucation-IIistorv . . . Sigma Epsilon Sigma. • CVRL II. VKEDENBKE(;T . . . Milwaukee . . . Sociology . . . Crime Clul ; Secretary of Dorms Eilucalional and Scholarship Commillee. • W II.LIAM W CIIS . . . losinee . . . Iniluslrial ManagcnuiU . . . (ihairman Arrangements for Campa; ln ilalions Chairman, 1953 Prom . . . Thcla Chi. Treasurer. • W II.LIAM T. W ADA . . . Madison . . . Mechanical Engineering . . . ASME . . . W M Council; Chairman, Mil House I ' residcnls Council; President. Winslow House. • MAKV E. W.VGENER . . . W. Sturgeon Bay . . . Recreation Leadership ... St. Pauls Chapel Choir: Vice-President, Social Chairman, Judicial Chairman, and Council Representative, Badger Cluh . . . Eta kappa Lamlxia, .Secretary. • DAVID (J. WACiNER . . . Sheboygan . . . Chemical Engineering . . . Alpha Chi Sigma . . . Tau Beta Pi; Phi Lambda Lpsilon . . . AlChE; Senior Honors. TItinI Row: SHELDON L. WAGNER . . . Milwaukee . . . Medical Science . . . Phi Eta Sigma . . . Humorology: Sophomore Honors. Medichoir; Fencing . . . . lpha Epsilon Pi, Secretary. • B. RB. K. ANN WALCH . . . Escanaba, Mich. . . . English . . . Harcum Junior College, Brvn Mawr, Pa. . . . VGOP . . . Alpha Phi. ' • JAMES C. WALDRON . . . Milwaukee . . . Mechanical Engineering . . . SAE: ASME . . . Phi Eta Sigma: Tau Beta Pi: Pi Tau Sigma; Phi Kappa Phi . . . Dorm House Council. • DONN O. WALDUM . . . Black River Falls . . . Accounting . . . Oregon Slate. • RICHARD WALLRICH . . . Shawano . . . Medical Science . . . University of Michigan . . . Sigma Chi. • VERLYN R. WALSER . . . Middlelon . . . Mechanical Engineering . . . SAE; ASME. 432 hir. l Knir: i KON J. Vt Al I ' KKS ... I ' . . . lloiiir K -..i...mi.s . . . I ' hi I psiloii On mail. Ilislorl.iii. • IIIOMV.S 1 . W UI) • I KKDI.KK.K W. W MJDI.MU Hi;. Itiirtau: sNi laiil Dorm ( lliairmaii. ( iamj . . . . ' iMilli . «aiisea. Ma.ss. . . . Knpli.sh . KO W AISO.N . . . Jamaica. B.W.I. 11.110 . . . -ilriiliiiial Kcl.iralioii . . . KifleTeain. PresideiU. • PATRICIA WARD . . . Wauwalo.sa roll . . . llllillorolo : W .S( ; Sn Ir Show; Careers Conference . . . Kappa Alpha Tliela. Social Cliair- . . Wauwalo.sa . . . Mcclumlcar Kiifiiiiecriiif; . . . I ' lii Kla Sifinia . . . Baskell.all . . . Delia Ijisilon. I, a Crosse . . . Riij iiiess iliiiiiiislralioii- liiiluslrial lanai;enienl . . . SliiilenI Alliance; In ion Ailivilies IS Cliesi; Reserve I )(li ers ' Associalion . . . Alpha Delia I ' hi. Treasnrer. • SUSAN C. WARING Hoofers; Kxchanfje Dinner Chairman, Creek Week Chairman . . . Delia Delia Delta. • CM ' .NVILLE . Meilical Microliiolo " v . . . Inlernalional Cluh; NSA. Second Kutr: (il.ENN WEAVERS . . . Madison . . . Dairy Mannfactiiring Industry . . . Bahcock Dairy Science Cluh; New Student Week; Agri- culture School Chairman; Activities Junction (Ihairman; ' l-E Council; Coiintrv Magazine . . . Theta Delta Chi. • STU.ART (i. WEBB . . . Rolfe. Iowa . . . I ' harma.v . . . I ' hi Eta Sigma; Rho Chi . . . I ' ns House; l-F Clounci! . . . Alpha Tau Omega. President. • JOAN I. WEBER Janesville . . . I ' oreign Languages . . . College of Saini Teresa. iiiona. Minn. . . . Ela Sigma Phi. Vice-President . . . .Spanish Cluh; Prom tlommitlee; Senior Council; Senior Class Secrelarv: t lassical tJuh . . . Camma Phi Beta. • ROBERT F. W EBER ... La Crosse . . . Accounting . . . Basketball. • RONALD C. WEBER . . . Milwaukee . . . Soils and Agronomy . . . Theta Chi. • SUSAN M. WEBER . . . Sturgeon Bay . . . Home Economics Journalism . . . Phi Upsilon Omicron . . . Theta Sigma Phi; Eta Kappa Lambda; Mortar Board . . . Union Dance Commit- tee; Union Directorate: Country Magazine, Section Editor. riiinl l „„- KICIIVKD J. W EB.S ' IKK . . . Badger Village . . . Personnel . . . SAM . . . Badger Village Council. Vice-President. • SUSAN J. WE(;ENER Waunakee . . . Home Kcnomics. • ROBER ' I " E. WEIGEND ... Milwaukee . . . Civil Engineering . .. A.SCE . . . I ' olvgon Board. Ireasiirer; St. Pat ' s Dance. Program Chairman . . . Iriangle. • BETTY ANN WEILAND . . . West Bend . . . Art Education . . . Sigma LamUla . . . Ela Kappa Lambda . . . Chadbourne Hall. Judicial Chairman; Slichter Hall. Treasurer. • WALTER C. WEINK;. JR. . . . Sha- wano . . . Bolanv . . . Ontral State College, Stevens Point. • DOUiiLAS WEIR . . . Brighton, Victoria, Australia . . . Chemical Engineering -AKlhE . . .I ' hi Ela Sigma, President; Sophomore Honors: Mace . . . Commonwealth Club; Student Board; Orientation Chairman . . . Phi Gamma Delta, Corresponding Secretary. Fourlh Rtm: MAR(;ARET EIR . . . Rochester. Minn. . . . Psvchologv . . . Unite.l Student Fellowship; Psychology Club. • WALLACE G. W EISKNBORN . . . Marinette . . . Iv onoiiii. s. • JO N IK NCI,S NVF ' JSER . . . Brooklyn, N. Y. . . . International Club; WS(;. ; Careers Confereiic.-L Big Sister Program. • C l{ 1, 1) N W I ' .ISS . . . Chicago. 111. . . . Speech Correction . . . Sigma Kappa Phi; Zeta Phi Ela . . . lorlar Board . . . French Club; Slinlcnl Welfare; I nioii Music Committee Chairman; llillel Vice-President; WH A Radio Players; Wisconsin Players; Theater Usher; Union Directorate: Orientation: Legislators " Day; Campus Chest: WSGA Academic Affairs Committee. • ELAINE Maplewood. N. J. . . . Sociology. • MARTHA R. WEISSE . . . Sheboygan Falls . . . Economics . . . Delta Zela. wf!issbard O f . ' ■ iT Mr -S " N« ' 433 liOHKirr W . WI ' .IN . . . Slia«aih. . . . Ciiim.-r.r . . . S...i.lv for Ad- Naii.riii.-,,! „f Mam.ji.-in.nl. 1 MO K. WKI.in . . . Madix.ii .. .Cliil.l D.Mluimicnl .. . Kulli.-ili.s. Newman Cluh. I-II. Cariii-a ( ...iiimil l.r. Srtiior S» ,t-i„n{. Ilimior- ..l. :v . . . Kappa Delia. W II. 1. 1 1 V. W I.I.KKU M{l»aiik ' Vl kapp. DONALD K. W KNDOKIK . . . Milwaukee . . . I ' liarmaey I ' si, W iseoiisiii anil . meriean riiarniaeeuliea! -Xsstic ' iatioiis. JKKOMK D. WKNDT . . . Ma.lUon . . . Kngineering-Imlnslrial Man- a};cnienl . . . . S( ' .F,. SA 1K . . . Iloofer.s Ski Jnmping, Men s ( ' .horns . . . Alpha Tan Omega. JOHN G. WKNDT Secrelarv-Treasnrer . Marshhelil . . . Agricnilnre . . . I ' oullrv CInh, lpha (;amnia Kho, Vice-President. I ' llOMAS L. WENCK . . . Waterlown . . . Insuran.e-Indii.slrlal Maiiagemeni . . . Insurance Society. JtJAiN M. WKNSTADT . . . Manitowoc . . . Home Economics . . . Union Committee, Elizabeth Waters Committee Chairman. Summer Prom Committee . . . Alpha Chi Omega. I ' M IINE WERDIN . . . Sheboygan Falls . . . Business Administra- lion . . . Phi Chi Thela. Treasurer . . . Sigma Epsilon Sigma; Sophomore High Honors . . . Union News Bureau . . . WSG. Judicial Committee . . . (;reek Week Workday . . . Kappa Delta. ROBERT L. WERMUTH . . . Madison . . . Ac.-ouniing. RUTH MARY WERNER . . . Wauwaiosa . . . English . . . Spanish Club . . . Humorology . . . Campus Carnival, Winter Carnival, Kick-Ofl Ball Comniillee . . . Kappa Delta. BERNARD (;. WESENBERt; . . . Underbill . . . Landscape Design . . . Alpha Zeta, Sophomore High Honors. ARLESS V. WEST . . . Milwaukee . . . Speech-Education . . . Humor- ology, Elizabeth Waters Treasurer . . . F ' hi Delta Delta, Milwaukee Extension. LACKIE G. WESTBROOK . . . Milwaukee . . . History . . . Young Democrats. ELINOR WESTBUR ' i . . . Madison . . . Home Economics . . . Eu- thenics . . . Pan-Hel Sununer Rushing Chairman . . . Kappa Alpha Theta, President. KL Til M. WESTERLUND ... La Crosse . . . Recreation . . . Union Crafts Comniillee . . . Delia Zeta, President. MAR " L. WESTPHAL . . . Madison . . . Art . . . Newman Club, Art Students " League . . . Cardinal. DWAIN M. WHITE . . . Decorah, Iowa. . .Chemistry . . .Phi Eta Sigma, Sophomore IIi)nors. W ILLIAM E. WHITE . . . Milwaukee . . . Mechanical Engineering . . . Phi ( amnia Delia. CHARLES P. W HITTLINGER . . . Madison . . . History . . . Pershing Rides. Scabbard and Blade. WILLIAM A. W IBERt; . . . Neenah . . . Chemical Engineering . . . AIChE . . . Phi Eta Sigma, Sophomore Honors. GORDON W. WIEDMANN . . . Milwaukee . . . Agronomy. JO ANNE MAE WIENKE . . . Milwaukee . . . Medical Technology . . . Alpha Delia Thela. Vice-President . . . Professional Pan-Hel. WILLIAM (;. W lERDSMA . . . Madison . . . Mechanical Engineering . . . Phi (iamina Delia, President. 434 KKNNKN W IKSK . . . S.Ninour . . . r, . .....ll.i.s . . . Cl.l I ' l.i. AI PKK .1. WIKSNKK . . . lil»inik.-, Norlierl Coll.-.-. ■...! ' . li(i. ' al S.I.-...-.- KKBEC.CA C. WII.HI li .. . miin.hm.l more Honors; l ' sy li. l.i ' ; (Juli. ir . . . 1 ' s .-li„l..f; . . . KUaiAKl) . W II. in HI II . . . lil«; Arnold Air S... i.-l ; ii.M.r.rs . . . I ' lii Sifinui Induclor. uik.- - . . . Ba.-l.-ri,.l..f; 1. .SoilalChairni CAKOLYN S. VI ILUE . . . Ma.lison . . . Spee.- li E.lii.-alion . . DARRELL E. VklLDE . . . Matlison . . . Commerce . . . Beta Gamma Sigma. President: I ' lii Kappa I ' lii: Delia Epsilon; Phi Beta Kappa: Plii Ela Sigma . . . Mll . Business .Manager; Goldberg House, Vii-e- president . . . Delia Sigma Pi. PRISCILLA M. WILDISH . . . Milwaukee . . . Child Developmei.i . . . Union Craft Committee; Christian Science Stnilent Organizati.in. PHILIP DANIEL WILES . . . Ami WPIIS: APIIA. THOMAS J. WILEY . . . Antigo . . . Applie.l Art Formal, Decorations Chairman. Pharmacy . . . Rho Chi . . . Tri-l)orm ALAN L. WILLIAMS . . . Wanpun . WII.A Student . nnouncer. Specch-Educati JOHN K. WILLIAMS . . . Hazel (ireen . . . Dairy In.lustry . . . Balic.)ck Dairy Science Clidi; New Student Week, Sid.-Chairman. PHYLLIS X ILLIAMS . . . Franklin, Ind S.nial W..rk . . . W illiam and Mary, University of Maryland . . . International C luli; League of Women Voters; Cochrane House, Judicial Chairman . . . (Jamma Phi Beta. ROBERT J. WILLIAMS . Chorus; Ba.lger; Cardinal. Madison . . . Zoology HAROLD K. W ILLI WISON, JR Milwaukee . . . Pharmacy . . Kappa I ' si . . . Vmerican, Wisconsin Pharmaceutical Associali.nis MIIA Elei-lions Commiitee; Hoofers . . . Phi Sigma kappa. KENNETH REED WILLIS . . . Wauwatosa . . . Insurance . . . Mil waukee Extension . . . Insurance Society. EVELYN H. WILSON tion . . . Chorus. Madison . . . Spanish and Enghsh-Educa- Milwaiikee . . . Spanish . . . JOAN CHARLOTTE WILSON .Milwaukee F xtension . . . Hoofers, CAR(JL R. WINELL . . . Green Bay . . . Psychology . . . Green Bay Extension . . . Sigma Epsilon Sigma, Sophomore Honors; Psychology Clid , President. P,4UL L. WTNSKELL . . . Benton . . . Mechanical Engineering . . . University of Duhutiue . . . ASME; ASAE; SAE: Pi Tau Sigma . . . Ag Student Coimcil; Parents Week-End. . . pjducatitm . . . Scheders; ROBERT F. WINTER . . . Madison FT. ; ILS .Stu.lent Council, President. DONALD R. VilPl ' KRM NN . . . Cohnnl.us . . . Electrical Engineer- ing ... Delta F psilmi . . . W 1 A C.un.il: MHA Homecoming, Inter- halls Conference; Summer Stu.lent Board; House Presidents Council; Orientation; Prom; Richardson House, President; Militarv Ball; Union Open House; Tri-House Formal, Arrangements Chairman. ;E0KGE H. W 1R rz . . . Sheboygan . . . Zool. gy . . . Hoofers: MHA Chorus. MARY LOUISE WIRTZ . . . Chemistry . . . Sigma Epsilon Sigma . . . W omen ' s Chorus. MARGARET WISEMAN . . . Janesville . . . Home Economics . . . WSGA Style Show ; Home Economics High School Day ... Pi Beta Phi. A Alk (f I 435 CEUAI.DINE E. WISMEWSKl . . . Wosi llis . . . Jounialism . . . (loranli). I ' rfsidoiil . . . ' I ' lirla Sicjiiia IMii . . . Senior Swiiifioul: I ' lililicil y (Ihainiiaii: isicl li(|iiolli-. 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Social ( ' .liairnian. W1LIJ. .M M. ()I.BE|{(; . . . Ma.lison . . . Me.li.ine . . . I ' hi Delta Theta. ANN W. WOLCOTT . . . W asliington. D. C Sociology . . . Alpha Phi. CONSTANCE E. WOLF . . . Chicago, III. . . . Speech Correction . . . Sigma Kappa Phi . . . Union Forum Committee, .Se ' retarv: Student Appeal C.MUKih Milleh Ushers; Tal.le Tennis Cluh. PMYLl.IS WOLOSHIN . . . Chicago, III. . . . Sociology . . . Human Relations; Union Library and Film Coniniitlee.s. HELEN WONG . . . Beloit . . . Occupational Therapy . . . Mortar Board, Secretary; Eta Kappa Lambda; Sophomore Honors . . . Career ' s Conference; Union Crafts; Slichter Hall. President. MARY LOUISE W OODI ' OKD . . . Madison . . . Child l)e%elopnienl . . . Badger Board. Secretary; Orientation ... Pi Beta Phi. VIRt;iNIA O. WOREL . . . Manitowoc . . . Home Economics-Educa- tion . . . Euthenics; Hoofers; Winter Carnival: Ilumorology: Campus Carnival ... Pi Beta Phi. HELEN M. WORSENCROKT . . . Madison . . . Medical Science . . . Sigma Epsilon Sigma . . . Sophomore Honors; Orientation . . . Kappa Kappa (Jamma. (;EKALD A. WOZNIAK . . . Milwaukee . . . Sociology . . . Student Court; Camera Club; Hoofers; Newman Club; University (Chorus . . . Chi Psi. PHILIP J. WRUK . . . Milwaukee . . . Food Technology . . Food Tech Club, Vice-President. CINTHIA WAI-YING WU . . . Hong Kong, China . . .Pharmacy . . . Kappa Epsilon. II VKOl.l) H. WUNSCH . . . Pulaski . . . Dairy and Food Industry . . . Halicock Dairy Science Club. MORRIS YAKIN ... Los Angeles, Mexico City. . .Psychology... Track; International Club; Spanish and Portuguese Club: Wisconsin Players; Ilaresfool . . . Alpha ( hi Rho. D0U(;LAS A. Y ANGGEN . . . Madison . . . American Inslilutions . . . Phi Kappa. JAMES YANIKOWSKI . . . Berlin . . . Economics . . . Alpha Kappa Psi, President, Secretary: YMC Executive Council: Cardinal; Com- merce Council. SHAKEN L. YEO . . . Racine . . . Clothing and Texlik- ... Chi Omega, Treasurer. ELLEN YOUNG . . . Spooner . . . Sociology . . . Macalester College. 436 WALTER F. AIDA . . . Criviiz . , . -ri. iili.in.l K.l.i Zeta . . . MHA Worksliop: I ' KA; Mil Cahiiut. THOMAS P. M .() . Insurance Socielv; W (iliili Ma.liHon . . Boxin " . Business Adminislralion . . . . I ' hi Kappa, Vicc-l ' residriU. GARY J. ZAVADIL . . . Wauwalosa . . . Mechanical Kii Theta Tau; SAE; ASME . . . Arnold Air Society. n " incerui«! JOHN 1,. KIIKKN . . . K.-ikImcI . . . I)air Induslry . . Dairy Science Cluli. KOBKKT II. El.liNSkE . . . Mcnaslia . . . Mcrlia.iical I . . . llniversity of Michigan . . . ASME. BARBARA JEAN ENTS . . . Cuyahoga Falls. Ohio . Economics-Helaled rl . . . Stephen? College . . . lpha I ' hi. ROBERT J. ZENTZ . . . Beloit . . . Mechanical Engineering . . . ASME . . . Campus Chest: Gavin House, Chairman, Vice-President, Secretary, Treasurer. DOROTHY A. ZEVNIK . . . Miildlelon . . . Pharmacy . . . kappa Epsilon; W isionsin Pharmaceutical Association . . . Newman Cluh; Pan-Hel Couucil. Secretary; New Student Week . . . Theta Phi Alpha, President. Pvililicily Chairman. HUGHLAND J. ZICK . . . Columhus . . . Business-Education . . . Alpha Kappa Psi . . . Conover House. E ' rcsidenI, Education-Scholarship Chairman; NHIA Education-Scholarship Commit lee. Chairman; MHA Bookstore, Manager: MHA Dancing Inslruciion, Chairman. JEAN ZIEMAN . . . Cambria . . . Journalism . . . Coranto, Recording Secretary . . . Theta Sigma Phi . . . Oricnlalion; Cardinal; Union News Bureau. RONALD E. ZINGLER . . . Green Bay . . . International Relations . . . Phi Eta Sigma . . . International Club; Union Commons Committee; MHA Cabinet; Student United Nations Conference, Chairman; Na- tional-International Commission; Finance Society. DAVID W. ZINNIEL Sigma Kappa. Fond La Applied Art Phi ERVIN H. ZUBE . . . Bulternul . . . Lau lscape Architecture . . . Landscape Council Ring; I-F Association, President; Fraternity Buyers Co-op, Board of Directors . . . Alpha Chi Rho,Vice-Presidenl, Treasurer. SHIRLEY M. ZURBUCH Pan-Hel Treasurer; WAA . . , Lake Mills ;ma Kappa. . Zoology . . . Hoofers; lome Economics NANCY L. BUCHANAN . . . Chippewa Falls . . . Phi Upsilon Omicron. IRVING L. CHORTEK . . . Madison . . . Law . . . William Timlin . . . Legal Aid Society ... Pi Lambda Phi. RICHARD C. CREAGER . . . Ma lison . . . Commerce-Induslrial Management . . . Alpha Phi Omega . . . International Club; Campus Elections; YMCA, International Committee: Campus Blooil Drive, Chairman: Hoofers; Pledge President ' s ( " oimcil; I-F Council, Chairman . . . Acacia. JOSEPH WILLIAM DENISSEN . . . De Pere . . . Law. HELEN R. DRIES . . . Sheboygan . . . English . . . French Club; New- man Club. RAYMOND E. EDELMAN . . . Richmond Hill, N. Y. . . . English and Meilical S ' ieii ' es . . . Sophomore Honors . . . News Bureau Com- mittee . . . Phi Sigma Delta. LESTER HERBERT FINDER . . . Waterloo . . . Agricullnral Educa- tion . . . Alpha Zeta . . . F ' FA, President; Agriculture Student Council: Dairy Products Judging Team. ELAINE E. FITZ GERALD Law School Women. President. JAMES ROY FREDERICK . . . Madisoi Phi, Tribtme . . . YCiOP; Legal Aid Society. BERNARD HUGH GOGGINS Boaz . . . Law . . . Association of Law... Delia Thela Wisconsin Rapids . . . Law. 43: S i i lli First i{oR : FRED GOLDMAN ... Si. Charles, 111. ... Kcononiics ... Union Commons Commitlee, IiUeriialional Club. • DONAI.l) 1.. (iOOD- MAN . . . Badger . . . Law. • DAVID F. GROMAN . . . Madison . . . Law. Second Ron: JERRY GROSSMAN . . . Milwaukee . . . Criminology . . . Phi Sigma Delta. • HAROLD W. GROTHMAN . . . Poriage . . . Law. • EDWARD E. HEYER . . . Wausau . . . Law . . . Delta theta Phi. • DONALD B. HOEFT . . . Antigo . . . Law . . . Delia Theta Phi . . . Delta Sigma Phi. • RALPH G. HOHENFELDT . . . Milwaukee . . . Law . . . Delta Theta Phi, Dean. • DONALD L. JUR . . . Appleton . . . Law . . . Phi Delta Phi, Historian . . . YGOP . . . Delta Sigma Phi, President. Third Row: GEORGIA RASSMUSSEN KOLF . . . Madison . . . Sociology . . . Newman Club, Publicity Chairman ... Theta Phi Alpha SUSAN A. KOSKEY . . . Madison . . . English . . . Delta Delia Delia. • LOUIS LEX . . . West Allis . . . Law. • MILTON LOKMAN . . . Fori Atkinson . . . Law . . . Timlin Legal Fralernilv . . . Haresfool Club . . . Alpha Epsilon Pi, .Secrelary. • WAYNE W. MARTIN . . . Fort Atkinson . . . Law . . . Gamma Eta (;amma . . . Student Court. • ROBERT C. MATZEN . . . Milwaukee . . . Chemical Engineering . . . I-F Council . . . Psi Upsilon. 438 Hrf l Koh: JWtES W. MOM Milwaukee . . . Law . . . Phi Alpha Delta . . . Pheta Delta Chi. • DONALD 11. MUELLER . . . Milwaukee . . . Law . . . Alpha Kappa I ' si . . . Slii.leiil (., url I ' ro.seeiitor; V(;01 ' . . . Alpha Tail Ome a. • THOMAS P. NEUSES . . . Madi.son . . . Law . . . Phi Delta Phi. • KICIIAKD A. I ' AULSEN . . . Winneeonne . . . Law . . . Phi Alpha Delia. • HOLLAND R. ROGGENSACK . . . Lan- caster . . . Law . . . Phi Delia Phi. • (iEORGE C. RISSEL L . . . Merrill . . . Law. Second Row: RIC11. RD A. SANP ' ORD . . . Wauwatosa . . . Inthistrial .Management . . . Delta Sigma Pi . . . Society for the Advancement of Management. • JOHN C. SAVAGE . . . San Prairie . . . Law . . . Delta Tau Delta. • JUDITH SCHALLER . . . Janesville . . . Spanish . . . Lawrence College . . . Delta (Jamma. • ( ' , KY B. SCHLOSSTEIN . . . Cochrane . . . Political Science ... Phi Alpha Delta . . . YGOP, Execu- live Council: Badger Photographer: lplia Plil Omega . . . Acacia, President. Social Chairman, House Manager. • WILLIAM L. SEYMOUR , . , Elkhorn . . . Law , . . Delia Theia Phi. • BEKTON D. SHERMAN . . , Eau Claire . . . Law. Third Ron-: FRANCES R. STILES ... La Crosse . . . Hispanic Studies . . . French Club: International Club: Camera Cluh. • C. DONALD STRAUB . . . Madison . . . Law . . . Delta Theta Phi. • ELIZABETH L. THRONSON . . . Madison . . . Law . . . Phi Chi Theta: Kappa Beta Phi . . . Phi Kappa Phi . . . YGOP: Sophomore Honors: Hoofer Horse Show, Entry Committee . . . Chi Omega. • WALTER D. THUROW . . . Milwaukee . . . Law. • ROBERT VANESKA . . . Milwaukee . . . Law . . . Gamma Eta Gamma. • NORMA M. WAELTI . . . Monroe . . . Ward Management and Teaching . . . United Student Fellowship . . . Delta Zeta. Fourth Roll ' : JWIES ZIPPEKEK . . . shland . . . Pharmacy • SEYMOUR LXWUKNCK KANER . . . Superior . . . Medical Science . . . Phi Delta Epsilon. • WILLI l II. V, ILKER . . . lola . . . Law . . . Gamma Ela (iarnma. • WILLI M S. WOOD . . . Clinton . . . Law . . . Delta Theta Phi ... Pi Kappa lpha. • JIM KELLY . . . Chippewa Falls . . . Business dminislration « JOHN ANTHONY NAMEIKA . . . Providence, R. I. . . . Social Work. 439 H ...N ' tlHlii The 1953 Badger Thanks , Now. as the last ropN ol llu- l . ' i.i H I)(;KK rolls oil ill.- press, it ' s time to gi f a word of recofjnitioii and a whop- ping ote of tiianks to the loyal core of workers who inider- took tlie iiiamnioth lask of editing this, the University of Wisconsin ' s 68tli vearhook. It was a big. soinetinies thank- less job. hut in the end. if you ' ve liked this annual, it was worth it. And now Badger readers can tip their hats to these people who made the whole edition possible. Editorial Staff Business Staff Jack Harned Artha Jean Petrie Elizabeth Grimmer Betty Wallen Margaret Raimer Gra t Kathleen Daubert Sue Giese Helen Frederick Rosemary Leahy Editor A ssislani Editor ( ' opy Editor . La YOU Is Editor 1 Fhotoitrapliy J Editors 1 Personnel J Editors . Co-Editor Tom Toh ell . Jim Shorr Sam Reynolds Mike Sarles . Wayne Taves . John McCrory Business Manafier 1 )■ Sales Alfinagers Advertising Alanager Badger Beauties . Office Manager Section Editors Maurine Watson . . Activities Sue Coulthard Barbara Mitchka Jim Shorr Claire Solomon Marilyn Reinhardt Jerry Trapp ] Sue Giese } Living Units Gene IIintz J Tom Hutchison I ' niversitv Barbara Brussock Mary Lou Drnek Elizabeth Vier Shirley I kwis Mary Lou des Margaret Gre;i er Esther Garvey .... Seniors Roland Smith .... Sports Photographers Tom Pinney Mike Reeder Carl Stapel John Behrendt Fred Cohn Tom Lodahl Bob Scheer Milt Leidner Del Desens Paul Haas DUANE Hopp Dean Block 441 The Badqer Salutes , . . The Ba(lg( ' r " oil are now reading lias been the effort of a lol of jieople — tlie prodiiel of the eo »[)eratioii of hiiixh-eds who have performed various jol)s and services, hirge and small. I ' d llie follnuiiig. llie liadger says thanks . . . willioiil ( ur help it wouldiri have heen possihie. Production Staff iMartha Buooks S M)Y COTV II vnoi.i) I)i:Lai. 1 Will Michel KmII.Y Mll-LANY Sue Streiff Betty Gennrich Jim Grant Sue Hilgers Barbara Vmw vrds Roberta IIahmi; Marilyn Jones Darlene Paulson Richard Reinholdt GVVENN Vt ILSON Jean Dopp Freddy Rikkers Gayle Grelle Bunny Lubin A R LINE l0TT Liz Miller Helen Steimck Beth Solveson Ann Vt ' iLsoN Gail Turner Jane Moe Jean Brandenburg Tlie University The Badger is grateful for the cooperation and help of many faculty members of the University who assisted in preparation of [)ictures and copy in the University section, and to these who have offered wonderful cooperation: The University News Service — Professor Robert Taylor and Esther Doll. Sjiorts News Service — Art Lentz and Bonnie Ryan. The Photographic Laboratory — Gary Schulz and Miss Effie Appleby. Photo Credits Sub-Division pages — Tom Pinney and Bob Scheer. Rose Bowl game and trip — Carl Stapel and Del Desens. Sports events — Dean Block. Tom Pinney, Bob Scheer. 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It is the hope of the staff of the 1953 Badger that the next one-hundred graduating classes will carry with pride the spirit of Wis- consin throughout the world as have the pas classes. 442 The Badqer Board Bob Erzinger, Chairman Mary Louise Woodford, Secretary JoAnn Saari Nelda Kenimerer Artha Jean Petrie James Shorr Prof. Harry M. Schuck Prof. Frank Thayer Prof. Lester L. Hawkes. Adriser Ray Ililsenhoff. Financial Adriser Jack Harned, Editor Tom Towell, Business Munafier These eight University of Wisconsin alumni ENGINEER J F Roberts Mechanical Engineering 1918 — is now Vice-President and Di- rector of Engineering. General Machinery Division. SALESMAN Kalvin Kruse — BS. Agriculture 1950 — is a sales- man in the Tractor Division ' s Harrisburg. Pennsylvania Branch House. LIBRARIAN Sylvia Nicholson — BS, Speech Pathology 1939 — supervises the firm ' s 10.000- volume library at the West AUis Works. PLANT PUBLICATION EDITOR Llovd Zellnier — BA. 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