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

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'RORY Business M anagcr Having a Wonderful Time The lights of Bascom Hall shine dimly through the early evening The shadow of Abe's statue blends with the darkness and the snow and The lights of the New Library shine brightly on Langdon Street A passing couple notice the people working inside and smile at the thought But studying is only one part of the great time of going to school There's registration and the Octopus salesman trying to earn money There's the freshman who eanlt find Science Hall and his advisor The cards and money are all part of the reorientation for the old and The beginning of a new and exciting life for those who are inexperienced You dig those crazy parties, with the beer and the songs Friday afternoons are for TGIF parties, brats are for study breaks, and The parties make you forget the term papers and 7:45 Rlonday morning quizzes This book is dedicated to the idea that going to school is a great time But one which leaves the graduate with a responsibility and obligation To the University, the State and to himself which he can not easily forget. 1954 BADCER CONTENTS UNIVERSITY. . . . ACTIVITIES . . . . ATHLETICS . . . . LIVINC UNITS . . . . SENICRS . . . . - ,Y :ffw-www wwww 4.,-sx , L Sw Memorial Union DEDI The Academic The University of Wisconsin is a conglomeration of textbooks, art collections, buildings, and people. There is a mixture of the old and the new. It is an expand- ing entity that began 105 years ago in a small school with a handful of students. Today its campus ex- tends from the fraternities and sororities on Lang- don Street, to the Ag College farms on the VVest side of Madison, and to the state and nation through its extension centers and research projects. It has pro- duced famous men in every field. John R. Commons, Frederick Jackson Turner, Max Otto, Selig Perl- man, Merle Curti, and Farrington Daniels, to name only a few, have spread the name of the University to every corner of the globe. It is recognized through- out the nation for its liberalism, Vitamin Bl, the Babcock and WARF projects, its history depart- ment, the beautiful campus, Ivy Williamson, and Johnny VValsh. It has students from Hawaii, India, and Sacramento. It has graduates in every field and is represented by these graduates throughout the world. To these students it is more than an institution, it is a way of life. Its heart is Bascom Hill, the New Library, the Engineering school or the Ag campus. It finds its life in the art classes, the zoo labs, the psych experiments, the J-school, and the people. if ' 5 J I If 1 5' fi Lf ff' 5. K 1 x E S .ww-fm mu A 21 The Campus The University campus is one of the most beautiful in the country. Overlooking Lake Mendota its ininienseness is alinost lost in the hills that skirt the lake. Its beauty lies in that buildings are not crowded but have expanded in every direction bringing together the aneient, the modern, and the utilitarian. 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He may enter campus politics, or run the all-campus blood drive. He may participate in intramural sports, student debates, or belong to honorary organizations. He may belong to a fraternity. He will Find an outlet in the Union where he is given the opportunity to hear Heifetz, Vililliam Vifarfield, or Jazz at the Philharinonic. He may try to sell Badgers in his favorite night shirt or find time to whoop it up at parties on the weekends. He may go to Northwestern for a football ganic or Deyil's Lake for a picnic. He may even fall in love and get nothing done for il semester. He will find that whatever he does will make his college life a more worthwhile experience. B F F T i Q L . ln ...L ...L-...LJ Q 3 3 i 2 Brownie Points The students at Wisconsin all belong to a system where grade points and credits indicate ability and desire. Some of the enterprising shoot for A's, others for C's. Whichever it is, extra work and curiosity count. Sorne call it Brownie Points, some don't. The surveying problems for engineers, the late labs for chem students, the Saturday field trips for future geologists, and ROTC inspections are all required brownie work before the student can show the grade point to the folks or the interviewer. Tradition r i llvisconsin too has its traditionsg traditions which will remain in the nicmory of the graduatc inany years after hc leaves thc campus. The green beer on St. Pat's day inixcd with thc curly boards of the engineers, the lawyers throwing their canes over the goal post on Honiecoining, Haresfoot, Senior Swingout, 'The oldest station in thc Nation," star gazing from Observatory Hill, and dates on Picnic Point, are all part of thc Vlisconsin scene. . va hw GVKV Nkffw W K in W ,f,A mm ,,,,.a-q. f wr Q L.'f,- Q BfSIt X5 V 'N- Administration Agricuhure Commerce Engineering L88 Medical Law x S A--,fNeffz:ai3g1gg:g,. ' - Q11 5122-S" ' - 331 f 4 1 fp Q. U,5wgej-11eewfgiafsfli' Y pf 'vszmgg'13,QCW:f- W1- iw f,-,g.:x 1 -uf Sf H sw 1qggf,f,g -, 1 3' f-:K 2:,- H vigfs . ,E,.::, A 'SAF X 'L 5 J ,I Q ' q,.. N rr M in .. t 'E i m ,,m':-- J . 5 an . 8 3 fx W 18 PRESIDENT E. B. FRED -P" Presiflviit Fred's Home President E. B. Fred Edwin B. F1'vcl,gv1iial Presideiit of the liiiiversity of Wisf-oiisiii, has siiive 1945 exteiiderl :1 spirit of co-operatioii and frieiidliiioss to all with whom he works, he they ai i'I'CShIIl2Lll, zz regc-iit or the gov- vriior. Before hovomiiig the l'11iVei'sity's twelfth president, Di: Fri-cl was Dc-:iii of the College of Agl'it'lliTl11'0 where he gained his replitzitioii us xiii admiiiistratoi' ziiid :iii outstuiidiiig sviviitist. Iioutiiiv visits to his offim-ci at 1131 liais- mm seem more r-zisiizil hemiiise of the ear ot' corn pzipewweigglit sitting O11 the wuhiut clesk. Ili: Fred, liow'ox'ei', refers to it his C'0llVt'l'S2lii0llili pieveg it typiflcs his clowii-to-vzirth r'i1z1i'uc'te1' whether vhzit I ing about the l'iiiYv1'sity policies or 21 Init of IIIISPZISOIIIUJIO XVt'2Liil6'l'. Dr, I"i'1-fi looks over :L iliploniai with two 1953 gnzicliizitvs. 19 Governor Walter I. Kohler Governor Kohler speaks to state listeners over tithe state stationf' 20 Governor VValtc-r .l. Kohler Three million eitizens of NVisc-onsin got a new gover- nor in 1951, lValt,er J. Kohler. In the 1953 eler-tions he was again eler-ted a Governor of t'Ameriea's Dairy- land." Goveriior Kohler has proved himself a symhol of eo-operation hetween the University of Wiiseoxisin and the state. He has favored a program which would have a single Board of Regents control all state operated institutions of higher learning. He has, also, furthered a vampns postwar eonstrnr-tion program and a pro- gram eoneerned with experimental work on disease eontrol in dairy herds, sponsored hy the College of Agrieulture. With Governor Kohler as the able head of 1Viseon- sin's government, the state and the University have become an integrated whole. Board of Regents 1 l l 4 i Left to Right: A. Matt Werner, Wilbur N. Henk, Dr. R. G. Arneson, Mrs. Melvin R, Laircl, C. E. Steiger, C. O. Wanvig, John D. Jones, Jixi Mzggaret Slightam, Clarke Smith, A, W. Peterson, Ira L. Baldwin, and Pres. li. B. Fred. Missing: C. D. Gelatt, Osear Renne- bo im, . E. Watson. A. Matt Werner, president of the lioarcl, greets the newest. Regent, Mr. C. O. Wanvig. The Board of Regents, made np of nine members appointed by the Governor and one member auto- matically a member by law, are responsible for all operating polir-ies and plans of the lvniversity. The Board makes all laws for the governing of the Uni- versity. The nine members appointed by the governor are Dr, R. C. Arveson, l"rederie, Charles D. Gelart, LaCrosse, John D. Jones, Jr., Rat-ine, VVilbnr N. Renk, Sun Prairie: Osear liennebohm, Vic-e-President, Matl- ison, Carl E. Steiger, Oshkosh, A. Matt Werner, Presi- dent, Sheboygan, and C. O. lVanvig, Milwaukee. G. E, Watson, State Superintendent of Publir- lnstrnetion is appointed by law. Mr. Clarke Smith is seeretary of the lioard. 21 Board of Visitors get Y Q Ng Sitting, Left to right: Hztrolcl A. lionmtk. Mrs. NTIIITIIS Holmrt. Igt'll'i2lITliI1 S. lit-ynolcls, Colonel lfmory VV. KI'2ll1llI0t'T0l', hirs. lfmery Own-ns. Mrs. George clllillffllftbll, Fred VV. fi0I11'it'Tl. Jr, Standing: A. .l. Golcljeii, Mart' A, Law. Ulotigli flutes. The liourd ol' Visitors is rzmmposrzl ol' twelve members, who provirle the lIlV2Llll1LlJlG serviee ol' offering help towzxrtl the Iiiziiiltelizxixre of the high stuiiclzmls of the lYl1iV0l'SlfY of XVlSt'0llSlIl. Three ol' the members :ire iiomimttod hy the Governor, six are vhoseii by the Wlist-oiisiii .Xlumni ,XSSOt'l2llltJll, and three :ire t'T10St'll by the lxourcl itself. One of the mum duties of the Bozirrl of Visitors is to t-ompztre the methods of il1Sll'llt'- tiou and t-11r1'it'ult1m of the Ivliiversity of W'ist-onsiu with those ol' other st-hools :mtl colleges llll'0ll2Tl0llt the voimtry. They ran then point out the weztkilesses ol' the l'11iVersity's tezirhiiig methotls zmtl ziiml in rorrer-tiiig them. The 2lSSlSl21llt'tl of the liourcl is am import- :tnt asset to W'ist'o11si11's students, fair-tilty, mul 1-itizeiis. The members of the lioztrtl ol' tlirevtors ure: Klart' A. l.uw, C'l1ir'ago, Illinois. flllLlll'II12lllQ Hrs.121114-iytlwt-iis,Dousmaui, Wise-ollsin, Yiee C'l1z1irmz1i1: Boiijuliiiil S. lieyuoltls, Maflison, sot'l'0tzu'yg Mrs. George flluttorton, Mzulisoii, ztssistzuit S0t'l'0lZLl'YQ Plough flutes, Superior, lViSt'0llSlllI A. .l. Clootljeii, Green Buy, W'isc-oiisiug ,Xlmer A. llealcl, WTllWilllli06'I Mrs. hT2lI't'llS llolmrt, Iivzmston, Illinois: .l. Wv. .lm-ksoii, Klzulisoiig Emory W. lii'uutlioefei', Milwaulieeg Hzrrolcl A. Koumili, lim-ille, TViSt'UllSll1Q :mtl Fretl W. citllll'lt'll. XYQLIISLIU, Wis- t'0llSlll. 22 YXN5 v ' Wit we WW 'SSM Vice-President Yll'l'-IJI'6Sltl0lllS A. W. Pcttvrsmi, lim-nnetli Little, :incl A lrn L. linlilwin assist l,l'PSlilOlll IC. B. lflrofl in tlw handling l ol' thi' l'nivm'sityls prulmlems. A. W. Petvrsnn, vim-0-piwisimlviit in 4-liargv nf businc-ss :incl fiinnwe, lizlnclles ull tl1vl'i1iVci'sity's 01Ji'l'l1fl0llHlll2lT 1 lull ll!llli'l' thc-sc' r'at0gmn'i0s. NIV. Petorsml supvrvises llw vnllvf-Iioil of slnflent forts, lllllX'0I'SlTY plll'f'll2lSOS, building und grounds npvrations, zxncl an-rfounting p1'olmloms. llv is wsprmiisililo for the invcsting ol' trust funds of tho lvlllX'0l'- sity :incl is il trust ofli1'v1'. llc- is alsn in c-lizlrggc of tlui liv- J pzwlmvnl nfl i'ntQf'timi n1ulSwiil'ity, the Housing Hurozui, :intl tln- c-mployment of the wivil SE5I'Vll'l' stuff. NIV. Little. ns Vit?-IJl'l'Slil6'lll in t'l1Zll'QQO OfSlllClUl1l z1f'fui1's. 'A ,WSOH luis, l1Iltl0l' his slipriwisioil, i'c-gistmtioii,i'c-vcnwls.zulnns- A. VS Pit 'Illl4'lll Littlv sions, stuclent f'0llllSl'lllllg. sturlvnt ernplnynu-lit, antl stu- tistu-s I'0Si'Zll't'll. Mr. Littlv nlsn slipvrvises tlui ruth:-4-s ul thc- D4-:in of Mc-n and llvan of Wnmc-n. lm ligxlflwin, x'ir-v-pwsirloiit in 4'ln11'gc- ot'zu'i1rlvr11ic' ziljfzlirs, worlts tli1'oc'tly llllilftl' l'i'c-siclc-nt Frvzl in 1X'l'l'UI'IHllIg.f ull mli itivs of tl nun-lmusinc-ss nziturv :intl those not 1-oiivt-i'11vil with tln- spvvitii- Sr-lnmls nnrl Colle-gvs. .Xniongg thvsv au-- tlvitig-s is tht- CVQIIHIJIIS l'lz1nningL Clfllllllllllflii ol' wliivll lui is l'll2llI'lH2l1l. This grmip forlns plans for irnprovelncints :incl wlntngges in thc l'nix'e1'sity. l3et'm'v lxewniiiiig at vim-- pix-sirlmit, Blix lizilflwin servocl ns llciznn of tlu- Grzuliiaitv Svlinnl and Ili-nn nl' tln- Collvgggi- of .Xg1'im'ult11i'c. Ynrinnis 1'UlIllllt'2ll1tl spc-1-inl tasks lull in tlu- work ul' tlu' x'ivs-pxvsiilm-111s. Tlnisz- muy invlude Sl1IJ0l'YlSlllgL thc- pulm- lirzition of tlut lIltllS1J1'llSillJlE' timv tzilmlv, making lil'0t1llt'llT spxwln-s on lat-linlf of that l'i1iwr'sity. m'm.li1'e4'tii1g l'0Sltlt'llt't.' lnills 1-miilnittvvs. li'-1 linltlwin 23 niversity of Wisconsin OFFICERS GEUIHIIC I. II.-XIGIIT S'l'.'XNI,ICY C. .XLIIYN RAY KI. S'I'IIUl'IJ fvfllll-l'NIlllI Qf Hu' lfnrlrrl I'Nr'-l'1'f'.v1'rlf'1zI Nfw'f'I1lf'g mul f'nfms4'l IIUVIHXICIJ I. I3O'I"I'EIi HARRY A. ISl'I,I.IS BASIL I. I'I'I'I'I'IIISUN I1l'mfrlr'1fl Ivl4I'!'-l'!'l'NflIt'l2f .'IIflllIAH'lANfl'fII!-IV' SI'1'!'I'I1I7"lf IVII.I.I.XKI .I. II.XfIIfIX.'XII GEUIIGIC B. I.I'IIlI-XN E.1'!'l'llff1't' lJffl'f'ffll' IYI-VI'-IIl'1'N7'll0!lf llllil Tl'f2fINlll'! 1' EX OFFICIO DIRECTORS Ii. T. .IUHNSTONIC .IOIIN ISEIICIIC Dvlmil. Mic'I1ig:m Mmlisrm. XWISVUIISIII l'1'fw!r1'r'11! l2I.I'l'f'llfI,l't' S1'l'l'1'fflI'.lj XXYISVUIISIII Alumni .Xssfwizxtiml Wism-rmsin .XIIUHIII Aswvintiml Members of the Exezltlve Committee are, stapding, Aleft to right: H1JXX'IIl'1I 'I'. cIl'I'l'lll', John liwgv, W. I". Dust-I I.. I.. DIIIIIII, I-vu1'gv Ii. IIIIIIIHIIII, Im I.. IILIIKIWIII, IIIISII I. PC'Il'l'SOIl. Seated, left to nght: Huwurzl I. Pottvr, Cu-or 1 I. H:1igI1l, IIv1'lwrL V. IiUIlIl'1', Holm:-rt .X. I'ihls-in. Hl?l'I1l2lIl II. I'IIil'1'Il. 'fl' .M 3 4-A A PCT .... 1 STANLEY C. ALLYN Dayton, Ohio HARRY A. BIILLIS Minneapolis, Minnesota H. T. HIIRROVV Beaver Dam, Wisconsin .JOSEPH A. CUTLER Milwaukee, Wisconsin IIERIXIAN I.. EKERN lVIadison, Vifisconsin D. C. EYEREST Rothschild, VVisconsin JVILLIAIXI J. G REIJE Milwaukee, Wisconsin HOVVARD T. GREENE Genesee Depot, Wisconsin Foundation DIRECTORS XVILLIAM J. HAGENAH Glencoe, Illinois GEORGE I. HAIGHT Chicago, Illinois WIILLIAINI J. HODGKINS Ashland, Wisconsin HERBERT Y. KOHLER Kohler, Wisconsin GEORGE B. LUHMAN Milwaukee, Wisconsin IRWIIN BIAIER Milwaukee. Vifisconsin GEORGE VV. BIEAD Wisconsin Rapids, VVisconsin IVALLACE MEYER Chicago, Illinois FRED PABST Oconomowoc, Wisconsin LEVVIS E. PHILLIPS Eau Claire, Wisconsin HOWIARD I. POTTER Chicago, Illinois OSCAR RENNEBOIIII Madison, Wisconsin RAY KI. STROUD Madison, Wisconsin ROBERT A. Y I H LEI X Milwaukcc, VVisconsin CLAYTON F. VAN PELT Fon Du Lac, Wisconsin PIERPONT J. E. VVOOD Janesville, Wisconsin The Iiniversity of Wisconsin Foundation is a permanent non-profit corporation organ- ized in 1945 by alumni and friends of the University to act as a receiving agency for gifts and bequests given to the university. These gifts are used for university development in areas which are not adequately provided for by the ordinary sources of operating in- come such as tax allocations or income from earnings. The Foundation has recently completed plans and specifications for the Wlisconsin Building, which is to be located at the corner of Lake and Langdon Streets. Actual con- struction is expected to begin as soon as the gymnasium annex has been razed to provide the site. This building will serve as a center for adult education. In 1946 the Foundation Centennial Fund was established with a goal of 355,000,000 for some of the universityls special needs. The purposes of this fund are to erect and equip the Wisconsin Center Building, to provide scholarship and fellowships for needy stu- dents with special ability, to finance special professorships for the enlargement of human knowledge, and to provide certain types of scientific instruments and apparatus required by the university for research and public service. A successful reactivation of the campaign was begun in 1951 with a year-end solicitation of Wisconsin industry. With the fund presently past the half way mark, the campaign is now being focused on university alumni, faculty, students, and administration, and VVisconsin citizens, business, and industry. The purpose for money raised in this campaign must not be confused with the long- term program to obtain funds by means of gifts and requests for endowment and other important needs. Therefore, when corporations, individuals, charitable foundations, or trust companies wish to make gifts to the University of Wisconsin, the Foundation is a proper and well equipped agency to receive and administer their gifts. 25 Wisconsin Alumni Association I fr f' 3? fr f' if I. .Gt , QM. .ffl Lawrenee .l. Fitzpatrivli tseatedj, treasurer of the Alumni Assoriation. signing the 312,705.50 elioek for new uniforms forthe Vnivorsity hand vontrihuted in the Alumni Assoriation-sponsorm-1l "Bucks tor the Band" Rose Bowl eampaign, Keeping the University's alumni in eontaet with the alma mater, and vivo-versa, is the mission of the lVis- eonsin Alumni Assoeiation, and it is a mission that takes a well-organized effort and much planning. Through the work of alumni clubs throughout the l'nited States, hy fund-raising projef-ts for the uni- versity's benefit, in the newsy lVisi'onsin Alumnus magazine, and through a variety of other ac-tivities, Badger graduates learn of and spread the universityls greatness. The more than 100 alumni eluhs are organized and run hy lVisc'onsin graduates all over the world and their activities are c-oordinated hy the assoc-iationls oHiee in Madison. To keep these c-luhs active. the association gives annual awards to eluhs with the hest at-tivities and avhiovements. The association also helps c-lasses plan reunions and projeets. 26 Part of the assoviationls informational program is the monthly Alumnus magazine, which tells of eurrent university projef-ts, campus news, news of alumni, and aetivities of alumni c-luhs. Ilireetories are puhlished annually for alumni c-lasses eelehrating 25th and 50th anniversaries. Newsletters and the fall foothall hulle- tins are other Alumni Assoc-iation puhlic-ations. An aetive program of l'niversity of lVis0onsin sf-holarships is also administered hy the assoeiation and its alumni 4-luhs. This inelndes awarding of alumni association seholarships and sponsorship of awards from other donated seholarship funds. The assoeiation also assists the university in deal- ings with other hranvhes of the state government, aids the University of Wise-onsin Foundation in its vam- paign for gifts and hequests to the university, and eo- operates with classes in fund-raising 1-ampaigns. -Q ---...,..n.,n' H X 3' , i N57 X"ClQv - as Gvougt- Rlt'lllll'tl. Htlitui' ol' tliv VVis1'nnsin .Xltnnnus Mngriziiw. works with Mrs. liluloivs .ltiwurslii tleftl :incl Pliovlmc- Pitts-rsnii in IltltlI'0SSlIl2.f tln' Wisvunsin .Xluin livcping the lYisr-onsin Alumni .Xsscwiatirmlfs nm- lmitiuus p1'ng1'z11n running is the tusk ol' Zl busy staff and at busy oflivv in the BIl'Il1OI'lILl l'nion. John Bergego, . , . . . . 1-lass ot 22, is tlui vxevlitlw sm-l'cita1'y und tlll'Ct'i01' nt thv wlinle- lJl'0gI'2lIH. lflilwzlrcl ll. Gihsnn, vlziss of '23 is fivl l sec-i'vtaI'y and works with alumni and 1-luhs within :intl hc-ytmnd the stzmtv lmouiulzwies. Mrs. Cl1'zu'e Clntttettnn, c-lass of '25, is ziliunnzw svr-ret try znnl pmnintvs pmjc-r'ts of NVisc-un- sin's womm-11 g1'21flllill9S. She also clircm-ts tho assovi- z1tion's Hlizitlgei' l,l'E'-Vil"sVll progrzini in t'0Il.ll11lt'il0l1 with the university 2lClfDlIllSiI'EliltJll. This is the 1H'Ogl'1lIl1 that scnfls Wisvnnsin stuilvnts ull over the state to tr-ll uutstznnlin'g high st-howl seniors about the university. Clcttiige llivliaiwl, t-lass of '17, is Qtlitoi' of the Wis- t-onsin Alumnus. .Xrt lm-ntz, zithlvtit- puhlivity clirvv- tor, 1-rnitriluites tn tht- .Xlumnus :ind tlui foothnll lmullotin. Thr- gCll0l'2ll pi'ug1'z11n nl' tlui zisswiutioii is plzinnc-tl lay its offivr-i's. This yvzug thvy werv li. T. .ltJl1llSl0llU. lilotruit, Mit-h., p1't-siflent: Clorrlon Fox, Cliivzigrm, first x'ic'v-pmsirlolit 1 Gfwcloii li. Wullwig l?:u'ine, svf-mul vivo- prvsitlvntg li2lWl't'llt'0 J. l"itzpz1t1'ic-li. Madison, tl'ous11l'c-it nnrl Hrs. Films Spviiglor, Henzlslnl, szwI'etz1l'y. SJW A .XTTlll'l1Illlicll'I1lllI'yfllllli lunc'ln-nn of 1953, .luhn licwgv, xxlllllllli ASSOf'lilllUI1 Ifxw-utivv Svc-11-tn1'y, pri-- sc-nts :t vaniv to Iiclwrml li. Stovllslniitl, Nl. tht' nltl- ost :lluninus pri-sent. John lit-rgv. :it tln- 11353 1 F0lIIltlC'l',S llny Dinnc-i', Wutvlit-s llrs. lf. li. lfiwl cut thc l'i1ivvi'sity's lxirtli- tlziy wilu-, 1 W S. Lee Burns W. J. Harris Porter Butts tudent To help meet the diverse needs of students at the University of Wisconsin, these student service offices provide the means for the guiding of student life. S. Lee Burns is the director of the University Resi- dence Halls. He is charged with the operation and management of all University owned Residence Halls and any other housing projects that are operated by the University. Director of registration and records is NV. J. Harris. He keeps records of students currently enrolled in the University as well as academic records of all former students. He also prepares all transfer records. Porter Butts, who has had his office as director of the Memorial Union since it began operations, is con- cerned with all aspects of the Union's operation. Student Financial advisorllay Hilsenhoff acts as a controller of student organization funds and invest- ments, and assists in the financial arrangements for all-campus functions. Ray Hilscnhoff Services Mziintaining Z1 large l1lliVl'l'Slty suvli XYisc'onsin requires the sorvives and skills of a vzxriety of people. Dr. J. W. Browii, direvtm' of the Depzlrtmont ot Student Health, supervises the various divisions re- lated to this field r'ente1'ed in the student. infirmziry. I.. A. Drake is the lJi1'9C'fUl' of the Student Coun- selling Center whit-h offers Vzirious typos of illt9lligJQOll1'9, aptitude and personzility tests for students. Pnul L. 'l'i'ump, us dii'ec'tm' of admissions, c'lvni's all pmspevtivc- students for admission to the lfiiiversity. Ur. .lolin VV, Brown Miss 312111011 Torrncv is the lJ1l'6t't0l' ot the Student I Employment Burezxu. This of'Hc-0 aids students to find jobs both on :ind off the Campus. I.. .L Drinks- l Paul Trump Marion Torrnoy l v fs, yfkifif Lf i' iff ' f.ls. 5' 1 fwkinsnf ' ' Jr " HQ v 1" ff-if ' f L' 2 iffiqf' rin k' 29 Dean of Women Wisvonsin vo-ods fI'PQll0Illly fam- many problems in thvil' years at W'isConsin, hut Dc-an of Wvomen, Mrs. Mark G. 'l'1'oxz-ll, is known a f'0llIlSGlOl' and friend who is always willing to listen to suvh prohlvms and uffoi' helpful aclvir-e. liosiclos the many offivial clntivs. Mrs. 'l'1'oXell is always really to help women siiulonts Inuit the demands of thc- vampus sf-lmlastic-, social and limior avtivit ios. liwli tliongh therv arv svveral thousand wmnvn on VZIIHPIIS, Dvan 'l'1'oxell knows many of them hy iheii' Hrs! names ancl has lu-lpvcl many murv of thom in Y2ll'iUllS ways, Dean 'l'1'nxoll is not a steifmtypozl afl- minisfratm' in an isolatc-rl nfhc-0 but a vollc-go liiviicl, rvacly and willing to hc-lp, advise-, and to know the women of lhv l'niVeI'sity of VVisc-nnsin. all i Dvan Lnnisv Trnx lim-an Truxvll is always ruznly to lonil a lwlping lianrl tn unc of ln-1' girls. ,V W Af-ff' iw? 4 W- 9 7,,. . J f 2 30 Dean of Men Theodore W. Zillman, Dean of Men at Wisconsin, has the job of advising and supervising the activities of male students at Wisconsin. Dean Zillman is also chairman of the Student Life and Interests Committee, the student-faculty com- mittee which is concerned with the campus extra- cnrriculzn' activities. The friendly guidance and help offered by Dean Zillmun and his staff helps many campus men to over- come cliHLicultics that may face them in their campus life. Dean Theodore W. Zillmnn Dean Zlllliltlll confers with ar group of students :ilmont their socizil :ind :Lcmlemic problems. we ,. 31 W. A. R. F. 'UF A study of the growth stimulating vitamin lil. by W..X.R.l". r'crs0a1'c'l1v1's. The Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation is a eorporation organized in 1925. The purpose of WARF is to promote, encourage, and aid scientific investigation and research at thel'ni- versity. Sint-e 1925, the foundation has given more than 85.000000 to support all phases of researvh in the natural srienc-es. More than half a million dollars has been used fora research assistantship program, whit-h was formulated in 1934 to bring outstanding young men and women to the university for graduate work. The foundation also operates a vommercial testing laboratory and a vitamin concentrate processing plant. 32 A niivroseopv study by :1 rc-searr-h assistant The Alumni Researvh Building located on Wttllllltf Street. .5 ,ls '1-ag -N '2- Q31 8' .4"', ,ff dal, AXg'l'iL'l1ltL 1x'42 ll:1ll Ag Campus Since 1862, whvn the College of 4XgI'lf'l1lflll'9 was os- tzllnlisllwl, it has sc-1've-cl thc- stzmtv not only through svie11tiflc' i11st1'ur'tiol1 to young mmm and women, but also through its short f'Olll'SIlS, exprwimvlltzxl stations, live stocfk c-xhilmitiolls, :tml farm 22Lth6l'lllQS. Vlllllt C'olleg0's most lIHp0I'T21lll role is milling the l'ill'IHGl'S ot .Xn1e1'ivz1's llilllyltlllll to improve fl1l'll' c-Pops, soils, zulrl mzmrketing ol' pl'o1l11r'ts. 34 glizilxfflkgiw ji,.a2fZ'1:':fZ'f."'.' 1 -1 lm H w . 1, Q 'B' 1 gg 17f'L zifwe W .531 lllilll ll. K. l'll'0li0F 1ll'I11lJCI'S gf Szuldlv illlkl Sirloin flllllb to111'i11g thc' Stock Pz1v1lio11. Tlw .Xg1'ir'11lt111':1l lQ11gi111-4-1'i11g l511il1li11g School llvn like l3z1lJc'oc'k. Stee11l1r1Ck, Russell illlil Illillly others have g,:iVe11 llllxll' lifv to z1dVz1111'eme11ls and dc-- Velopmeuts i11 The field of z1gL1'ic11l1111'e. 'llll0S6 1111111 ClI'2lfTlZIllZG lYis4'o11si11's SllC'f'l'SSl'lll past 111141 the Ulll- stz111cli11g ac'l1io1'eme111s the l711ive1'sity has II12LKlC. The Collc-go of :xg!Ql'lt'lllllll'0 has played il 111-1-at p:11't i11 01111- t1'ib11ti11g to the 111W-11lio11s 111111 clisr-411'01'ies 1vl1i1'l1 hzwv lJl'OlIQlll flistilwtiolu to lVisr-o11si11. l'11cle1' the prusvlllf g2g11i1lz111c'o of llc-2111 ll. li. Fl'0li0l', thc- Collvgc' of Agri- C'llltlll'0 striws to 111111111 this o11tstz1111li11g 1'vp11tz1tio11 5111101111 z1g1'ic-11lt111"z1l 1-ollvges i11 the l'O1llltl'Y. 35 .1 S, am X-xv xxx XXXX Dean l"ll'ilIl4'l'S Zuill C135 assists in thi- prvp- amitions for :x foods and nutrition lvc-1ui'v ,VX Cothing Class hc-gins il projc-vt. The Homo lic-onornivs Building Home Economics The svhool ol'Ho1no I'Ir'onomic-s p1'c-panes its students for home and family living, and for profvssions that grow out of home evonoinivs. Tho svhool has foul' dopzxrtmentsz foods and nutritiong rolatecl art: vlothing and tox- Iiles: and home IHiLll2lQK'H1G1ll and family living. The now wing of Ihr- Home lCc-onomivs huilding, first put to use in 1952, now is used for all typos of llomr- Economivs vlassos. The Svhool will ovvupy tho whole huilding when ai solution to the housing prohlern of the extension division is found. lvhcn the School has the entire building, the departments will be unified, whivh will he convenient for students and fzivlilty. The Sc-hool of Homo Evonomim-s is undvi' the able di1'or-tion of Doan l'1I'Zll1l'OS Zuill. Tho Home M:1n:igoInPnt Housu 36 an """""" we, i? 1' 'lm' ld' glmllllglf C" lllulll Hmlmdn' hp'-llxmg A vounty zigvnt at Spoonvi' spc-alas with lzn'invi's about show with Homo Agvnts. A Extension l A' 5 The motto of thc lXg.K1'lCllltlll'i1l Extonsion division is US0I'X'lf'6! to tho Stutof' The vounty farm agont, the extonsion spot-ialist, the homo agent, and tho 4-H lozulm' are all regulan' momlwrs of tho I'nix'ci'sity ot' Wisvonsin stuff. 'l'h0y oxemplify this motto in 1-very phuso of thvn' work. Tho County farm agents hclp XYisc'onsin l.21I'IIN'l'S by giving them information on improvement pl'ogi'a1msfoi' their soils and crops. Tho experimental stations, lor-ated in Madison :ind throughout NYisc'onsin, f'31'I'y on re- souwli p1'oj0c'ts that will henofit all fivlcls of l.1ll'IHl11g. The home agent uicls rural women in their homo- mziking, and the 4-H louder works with Wisoonsin farm youth groups. Training is also givon to f211'I'f'1OI'S by tho College of 4XgI'lt'lllll1T'0 and the Short Course. A L'0Illnt'I't'Ill'9 at .hQ,'I'll'lllUl1'0 Hall. A county agent givos an on the spot Ulzulys Molor-ho, Homo Nm' spf+c'i:1list, clisvnssvs fieldll0II1OHSlI't1ti0I1. clothing prohls-ms with ax ll0I110Illtlli01'S group. W'-W is X 1 -1 'S K.. ijt' 'sllE'l""'ifL,wz.,-'E i'1-2L8i1'9'W'..J""Q-,Lgr 'nf 'A W .t -ifsf lf, 5 fm ,125-r+fZ'm 444544 37 Ag tudent Council r 1 w 1 - - 11111 Ag 111111111-121' 51111111111 C10llIl4'1l, 111111111 up 111 1111- p1'11s11111111 111111 111111 1'11p1'11s11111g111v1- 1111111 11111111 Ag 1'1lI11- pus 111'g11111zz1111111, is 11111 g11v111'11111g l11111y 111 1,116 8111111111 111' 111111111 1'11'111111m11's 111111 11111 C11ll11gzg11 111' Ag1'1111111111'11. '1'1111 1-1111111111 11'111s 111 111'11m111e 11l11s111' 1'11l11111111s111ps 1111- 111111111 11111 s11111e111s 111111 l.l11'll11j' 111' 11111 .Kg 11z1n1p11s. 11 also l1'111s 111 s11n111l11111 111111 p1'1111111111 Illilllj' w01'11111'111111 111111111511 111'1iV111es, W1111111, 111 1lll'I1, will 111111111116 1he11111-1'- es1s of 11111 S1,l1d0I11S, f111'1111y, 211111 1-111111g11. A1111vi1111s Of 11111 1-1111111111 1111-1111111 11111 Ag Home-14111 11121111-Al'1lllIl11 116111 111 11111 12111, 111151 M111-1Y1111111' Bull. El s11mi-11111111111 11111111 111 1111 Ag C'2LI'I1IJ1lS s11111e111s, 211111 11111 Ag 1111m11-1'11- S1l111l'1l1 1":1111111y 1311111111111 held 111 11111 spring. '1'1111 111111111111 also s11pp111'1s 11111 1V1s111111s111 COl1ll1l'Y N1z1gzgz1z11111 111111 Ag 111111111115 11111 1-111'11s. A1111111 ,'X111xa11111111', 1111s y1':11"s p1'es111e111 111' 11111 1'o1111111I. p1'esi11es 111111' the 1111161111115 1111111 111 21113 ,Xg1'i1-1111111'e Hull. The 111111111 11f1'111e1's 211111 I,1111'11ll 11111l11w11y, V11-1--p1'es111e111 : 1N1z11'.1111111 1111111hi11so11, s111'1'111z11'yg:11111 1311111111 Kraeme11'. 11'e:1s111'111'. First row, left to right: 1711111 BIz1111w11'11, Mary 1iQ1lI1HC1y, 1'111z:11111111 G1'1m111111', Mrs. 1511111111, M:11'J1J:111 H1111'11111S1111, 111111111 ,1X111x111111111'. Second row: D6W1l5'Il1' H111Il12lI1, 1Wz11's11:111 1i111'1'1111's, E11w:11'11 H:1ss111k11S. 1111w11ll H111111W11y, 13111111 1VI:1g11111, .1111111 1.1111w1g. Third row: Gz1y1o1'11 I'111Jc11:1u11, IJ1lV1l1 Nvlson, .1111111 S11111111, George Dl'L5X1'I'y', 1101111111 M2L111kC'. sm T3 - W ,W 'A 38 l Phi Upsilon Omicron First row, left to right: liilflll-3l'lIl0 l"v1'1'0ll, Mary Kendall, Dorothy Lucey, Mary Bond, Judith Mc-yvrs. Second row: .loam Younglove, llgIlI'lllll'i1 Ohlln-rg, Nunvy Thayvr, .lvun Czilmlwvll, Marlomf Thi:-lo, Susanne Strvifl. Third row: .Xrlcnc Hn-nkv, M2ll"lOl'lix Beavll, Ellen Hvfty, Elizabeth Cll'lIl1Ill0l', Ann Dropp, Alivv Svllrovdvr, Luanne lllll6!I1llOl:l', .lzxnv Burpc-0. Fourth row: Marin- Anthony, Nancy liI'2lllS9, Shivlam Clinton, Joyvo Drwpke, lrr-nv lillrhzwln, Kat-lmlc-011 Torplly, Suralh Privv. Phi lfpsilon Omic-ron, :L llome l'li'0ll0II1li'S profes- varnpus arlivilivs. Thvy are Al2Ll"lOl'lCll0ZLC'l1, Bzu'nzu'd sional honrn'zu'y s0l'm'ity, trivs to furtllex' the fivld of P11-siclvllt, Suv l42Ll'S0ll, Elllll0lllf'S Prvsiclent, Phyllis Home E1'0llOIIlli'S :mtl develops lezulc-rship zunmmg its lVil10gz11', flnliwon Nu ljl'GSlLll'lll, and lfllizuhetll Grim- mvlnhers. mer, Editol' of clilllllllf' Magzrzille. VllllI'0l,lgll0lll thc your, Tho vluh spcmsors rzulio pro- Uflir-1-rs arc l3a1'hzL1'zL flCl1llJ0l'g!Q, Pl'OSlll0lll1, Shoilzl ggrauns over NYHA, il lligh Svlmol Daly, lY0l'li0l' Fo-ecl's Ryan, Vive!-l'1'vsi1le11t, .loan Y0llll2l0Yl', SOC'l'ClLll'Y, Mau'- Wc-vk and Farm :mil Home Wm-k. joriv lieavh, 'l'1'vz1s111'c-13 llorotlly Zahn, llP1'0l'fllIlglQ Ser'- Svvcml of their ITlGI'I1l30l'S are prmnilwntl in other l'CliLl'y, and PM M1-lnlyro, l'llSl0l'lLLl1. 39 addle and irloin First row, left to right: Dennis Kolba, Myren Ayrhardt, Arlen Wzilstm-ri, George Drewry, Joe Sehodtler, Pat MeMahn, Janet French, Pat Zopff, Ellen Grams. Second row: Mark Hansen, Donald Dittmar, George Bnrgermeister, William Vaitl, Les Klebesadel, Ralph Van Dixhorn, Lowell Holloway, Duane Kraemer, Norb Hansen, Don Johnson, Burton Lee. Third row: Jim Densmoor, Duane Miller, Dwight Holt, Bob Wuhrman, Radley Hyde, Arden Alexander, Ron lirdman, lingerie Rupnow, Rodger Owens. Fourth row: Dave Craig, Dave Nowman. Dale Mathwick, Jim Miller, Fritz Freitag, Don Fletz. Rin-hard Wescott, John Rossmiller, John Snttie, Norm Bnsse, Eugene Randolph. Irv Omtvedt, Arnold Awe, Alan Bringe. Fifth row: Franvis Lewandowski, Maynard Marshall, Verne Framer, Jim Schweppe, Frank Fentress, Dean Magnin. The Saddle and Sirloin Club is composed of stu- giate meats and livestoc-k and dairy judging eontests. dents interested in problems of livestock breeding Oflieers were Radley Hyde, president, Charles Eekels, and management. Vive-president, Arden Alexander, ser-retary, and Dwight The f-lub sponsors the Little International Live- Holt, treasurer. The advisors are Prof. R. VV. Bray stovk Show and also sc-lem-ts teams for the intervolle- and R. P. Niedermeier. 40 Blue Shield-4-H First row, left to right: Prof. John Barton, E. Watson, D. Nelson, G. Rupnow, H. Hasselkus, M. Kennedy, O. Heinke, M. Sears, H. Magnin, D. Magnin. Second row: IC. Morrow, K. Wehrle, D. Wulff, D. Drew, K. Reeb, D. Kroff, M. Burealow, M. Case, Third row: E. Engel, J. Butts, L. Grimmer, M. Hanson, ll. Cline, M. Root, C. Sehwertz, R. Homgreen. Fourth row: B. Wilsoll, J. Kennedy, L. Ream, B. Raudell, M. Bangs, B. Bernard, W. Brook, R. Ahrens. Fifth row: C. Burgermeister, D. Peterson, J. Lewandowski, D. Iireul, D. Sears, IC. Hasselkus, L. Holterman. Sixth row: R. Koegel, D. Goetsch, G. Pingel, R. Heinze. The Blue Shield and 4H Clubs both offer oppor- tunities for leadership ac-tivities and work eoneerned with rural life. The Blue Shield Club helped sponsor the Rural Art Show and the 4H Club held a barn dance in Novem- ber. Both organizations made joint efforts for a Christmas party, pic-nie extension trips to near-by communities, and partieipated in the International Farm Youth Exchange program. OHieers for the Blue Shield were Mary Ann Kennedy, president, Howard Hasselkus, viee-president, Elise Vifatson, seeretary, Hugh Magnin, treasurer, and Dean Magnin, Agriculture Student Council representative. The advisor was Prof. John Barton. Offieers for the 4H Club were Orville Heinke. presi- dent, Ralph Utter-h, viee-president, Mary Sears, see- retary, Euggene Rupnor, treasurer, and David Nelson, Agrieulture Student Count-il representative. Advisors were Elizabeth Davies and Vern Y. Varney. 41 Alpha Zeta Alpha Zeta is the national honorary agricultural fra- ternity established to encourage and develop leader- ship in the field of agriculture and to render service to students of various agricultural institutions. Its members are ehosen on the basis of high scholarship. leadership, and character. This year the Babcock chapter of Alpha Zeta has First row, left to right: D. Hill- man, A. Alexander, li. Van Dixhorn, li. Clodius, l,. Dennis, D. Arnv, U. Hagen. I7, Magnin. L. lg2ll'1'lll1S. Second row: C, Gitler. I'I.Sel1li1-hting. G. Meyer. J. lialis. lt. Vveseott, li. lilebes- adel, M, Iiurroivs, Ch Eeliels, L. llzissmv. initiated a tutoring service in which the members offer help to agriculture students having difheulty in certain eourses. A recently acquired othee in Ag llall is the 1-enter for this activity. Officers were Ralph Yan Dixhern, ehaneellorg David llafen. censor. Arden Alexander, treasurer, Dean Hagnin, scribe, and l7elYayne llillman, ehronieler. Future Farmers of America The Wviseonsin ehapter of Future Farmers of America helps give training, experience and encouragement to prospective Agricultural teachers. The chapter works closely with the state F.F.A. group. It also participates in the judging contest held here each spring and aids local high schools. Officers for the year were Frank J. Fentress, presi- dentg Roland Schaefer, vice-presidentg Eugene Rup- noxv, Seeretaryg Eugene Sehlieting, treasurer. The ad- visor is Dr. lYalter T. Bjoraker. Seliwerti. ll. Hilden, ll. Utteeh row: li. Henliard, ll. Sm-hwerz D. Ziegler, D. Vraig. l,. Dassow R. Vanllixhorn, li. Giese, J lVIarelts, ll. Sartor, IC. Roberts D. VV:illxer, P. Tltlfllllg, J. Clancy J. Peters, V. Martin. 42 First row, left to right: D. Rum- pel, C. liuehl, J. Noble, D. Hel- geson, li. Osborn, .l. Hipple. J. Clift, J. Carpenter, L. Mol':1l1. Second row: H. Joi-ns, J. James, JC. Seliliehting, l'l. llupnow, I". Fentress, G. llnbehauu, C. W. l5,ioi'alier, J. lioemer. Third First row, left to right: Sam .M Voytovieh, l Donald C 'olson, Fa rle- ton Olson, John liirdsall. Sec- ond row: Adolph l"e1lrer, litzc-r Cllll'0yll, liurt lVIar'y, Proi'essor K. C. VV4-1-kel. Food Technology Club The Food Teehnology Cluh is an organization of students majoring in the field, and its purpose is to hear the latest food teehnology developments hy in- dustrial representatives. Euthenios Club The Euthenic-s Club, part of the American Home Economies Association, serves to encourage friendship among home eeonornic-s students and faculty, and to promote interest in the subjec-t. The club helped sponsor a Christmas Bazaar, and held a Chocolate Hour for freshmen. First row, left to right: J. Meyers. J. Schackleford, C. Tinder, C l'lrieson, G. Holton, V. Pingle, unidentified, C. Huenink, M. Hutchison, N. Meng, M. Schaaf, M. Nelson. Second row: B. Prill, C. Martin, M. Srnithyman, unidentified, M. Harrington, Miss Vandenbergh, Mrs, lit-aeh, Mrs. Tutliill, S. Larsen, ll. Nie- derineier, N. Coppens, li. sen, unidentified, unidentified. Third row: C. Trenk, I. Burliacli, M. Parker, li. Klein, B. Sauter, li. Hulser, J. Crane, P. Grossen- lmavher, K. liussell, M. Dennner, A. C'hap1nan, S. Prive, li. Mc-yer, M. Lintz, li. Reese, A. Dropp, ll. liuehran, B. Nielwauer. Fourth row: M. Anthony, K. Torphy, J. Kennedy, R. Pratt, li. Ber- nard, J. Sehwennner, D. Wirth, A. Gilbrunsen, ll. Matson, D. Bardeen, M. Thessin, .I. Puritz. D. Flanagan, A. lXI1-yer. li. Ben- trup, unidentified, unidentified, IC. Taylor. sv 'Hhs- 'Nr' LNJ Carleton Olson was president, Donald Colson. Vive- president, and Sam Yoytovieh, secretary-treasurer. Professor K. C. Weekel was the faculty advisor during the year. Oflieers for the year were Susan Larsen, President Cynthia Huenink, vice-president, Judy Meyers. set-- 7 retary, Carol Trenk, treasurer, and MarJoan Hutvhi- son, Agric-ulture Student Counvil representative. Mrs. Katherine Beaeh and Miss Mathilda Yandenhergh were the advisors. Y T 1' First row, left to right: Ol'IJllIl llcrrick, Virginia Illllllliix, Vir- ginin Broinnn. Bzirlmm, Oehl- bc-rg. Second row: Ban-barn li:llltlgl'2if,P1lllllllQBtbI'SIlK'k,Jii11C'f Hclnis, Phyl VVincgz1r. emi Sm. , Omicron u Umicron Nu, is the national Home Economics hon- orary society. Its purposc is to promote scliolarsliip. leadership, and rcsczirch in the ficld. Socially, ax Chocolate llour was held in the fall for all Home lllc. students, and ai Christmas Bzizziar lzitcr in the ycur. Officers were Phyllis Vtlincgar, presidentg lSzu'liai'zL lV.2l!lflg1'3ii, vice-president: Pzxtricia Allen. secretary: Beverly Larson, trcusurerg and Geraldine Gulcynski. ,X,QQl'lK'l1lfl1l'0 Student Council. Misses Julia Dzilrymple, Betty Guycr, Sharon Judy, and Maxine McDivitt were advisors. Babcock Dairy Science Club The Babcock Dairy Science Club is organized to promote interest and study in the dziiry industry school at the university. Each year the club finances an inter- collegiate dairy judging team which is trained hy fuc- ulty members. Officers were John Ludwig, president, Rudy Cher- kzisky, vice-president, and Lester Bzrrchus, secretary- trezlsurer. The faculty advisor was Dr. lVinde1'. First row, left to right: N. li. llietz, li. Laabs. Graimley, G. Paulsen, W. Cook, li. Cherknsky, J. Ludwig, L. Bzirchus, Dr. Winder, J. Kloser, ll. Hill. Second row: D. Teu- scher, R. Riedel, P. Kloser, J. Pluclilizun, H. lledmzrn, J. Rund- lcy, N. Scluwister, J. Gaynor, . . 1 -af Yves! - ' Q 1 F N In idmdwmw N x -4 . J, ,. , . x fe A V . , R K 6, ,, Q ...M --W 7 I .fy ' F F. f . 2 , "T J- .. A ,gy 4 A , Mx, .Me-A , . S: . ,Q 5... 1 W. . .W .Y ., X .Y X .. i ,. g L.. , ,me- x t ' , ,. vw- ,mf ,.. ., .K Q wk f E " 5 5 A x mf, ls Q . 463 ,X ., Q-sw? , 'ri me 'V' X. .N Mm .ill 5 mi ...wwai .,. MM K , ix ,, K Q ik . K.. R MW 6 --S. -:,. e?'E-.e.-., . 1 'H I V X 1 A . u. 55555, ' ' - g3gLg.2Q4f:5af1 .. . W fur ef Wwe ,nWj,,,,.,mW K .35 , , .QV , i 4 Y' gg. P -ge. .b , ",..:iL,Si.ff: :" '?" ':-:f.2'-f-"f-5732" "' 6 ' ' . ., - .... H M 1 ' 1' ls . ww, , . ,f.. K' .. P vying' '.g. Q:-1- Q aff' ..,, - ., ,, ,.,,.,.- A ' ., ' ,, f Q32 ki' Wat' P . .. H x fi? W , ' 7g,- . . H9 Q., " L V. A -' . N1 A ' A ' ' nfl -- - m - ., f.. , 3 , 5 -,,4--,.,:b mf '--. , f ' f ' h ' Q f " h W S . .. ., ,. Qiwflw . Aid' M., .Q Y . ' .' . . a ' i" . ...... W. W, .. ' 9 v1Ls2mafsx,,' mm . f Q . . e . W LY ...www A V ' .xv 'HY ,, .W + Q ,4 1. Q K Wg, :Mp V . .Mm f T, .W-5 .W wi 5 I .0-..w.,.+ Commerce School lYisconsin's School of Cfommerce is one of the high- est ranking schools of its kind in the country. Through the years it has produced well over five thousand grad- uates, who have entered positions in business and economic life. lVith over one hundred courses in thirteen different fields being offered by the school, a student can get complete training in business administration and leader- ship required by our modern-day way of life. The school offers numerous courses in the fields of accounting, advertisingg, economics, real estate, insur- ance, and marketing. l'nder the able guidance of Dean Fayette II. Elwell, the School of Commerce will undoubtedly continue to hold its Well founded reputation for growth and ac- complishments. Finance Society Finance Society, organized in February, 1948, be- came afliliated with the American Finance Association during 1953-54. The purpose of the society is to promote greater interest and understanding of finance among students. Speakers during the year included James Day, presi- dent of the Midwest Stock Exchange, and Roland I. Dean Fayette H. Elwell Robinson, president of the American Finance Associ ation. Prof. I". M. Graner and lrof. H. Fraine were ad Visors. J Officers were Joseph Ferris, president g Robert Busse program, Arlene Albright, publicity, and Loel Hahn treasurer. 4 First row, left to right: J. VVilson. L. Hahn, Prof. l". cil'2ll10l'. J. Ferris, Mr. N. Tcrwilliger, A. Albright, R. Russo. Second row: W. Beattie, C. Nash, VV. lCb- lin,f1, R. Ozburn, D. Her- zcr, C. Ott, R. Stephan. -'llv Alpha Kappa Psi First row, left to right: G. Fahl, J. Hagv, G. Hanson, J. Fassie, D. Herrling, J. Higgins, ll. Christie, H. Harrison, H. Dolvorps, D. Ingalls, R. Endicott. Second row: R. lilirenlioldt, J. Fritz, J. O'Roui'kt-, li. Hirsig, A. Gonco, Dean Elwcrll, L. Whitcomlm, J. Bergtold, A. Arntscn. Thirdtrowz T. Mvlieod, W. Imhoff, R. Fladton, J. Hill, R. Stf-phan, J. Fats-k, W. Kositzkv, D. Potorson, H. Buchanan, J. Prohaska, R. Hitvhcock, W. Svh1'cine1', C. Coloman. Alpha Kappa Psi was formvd to promoto mutual interests and friendship among vommcrce students. Founded in l904, it is tht- oldest pi'oi'0ssional lmusinc-ss t'i'atei'nity. As a XY0ll-llll0gl'ill.0ll national fl'atv1'nity it omphasizvs professional at-tivitivs, hut also has fre-- quent social vvents. During the past YOZIV. vfforts wort' undertaken to obtain a vliaptm' house. l'lYv1'y otht-1' week a dinnoi' meeting, featuring a spvakei' prominont in Madison husinvss c'i1'c'lvs was fcaturvcl. F, ll. Elwvll, Doan of tho Svhool ot' flUIHIllt'l't'6 was arlvisor. Alpha Kappa Psi ac-tivitios invludv a stuclcnt loan fund, a plawment sei'vic'o, and rvsearr-li projm-ts. lt intends to promotv sovial intervsts, along with high scholastic and professional ideals. Roh Stephan, and a Ill0IHlDQl' of the l'l'L1lQl'Illlj', was presidont of St'LLl3lJ2Ll'tl and Blade, President ot' the at-- vounting fratornity. and r-hairman of 1953 C'oinn1ei't-ti Turnout. Tho offir'01's went ,Xl Goiivc-, prvsitlcnt plat-li U'llou1'k0. Ylt'0-pl'USlLlOlllQ Jim ICnclic'ott, ll'0i1Hlll'Pl'Q and .Xrt Arni- svn, SUt'l'9li.ll'y. 47 Beta Alphi Psi First row, left to right: J. Mayer, D. Garno, G. Long, W. Greaton, J. Anderson, T. Cavanaugh, D. McGregor, J. Jansen, D. Dreheim, B. Page. Second row: D. Appleman, J. B. Bower, B. Grogan, J. Callahan, D. Caldart, H. Vernon, A. Ludwig, B. Stephan. D. Kuchl, P. Walgenbach, IC. Blakely, IC. ZumBrunnen, H. Davidson. Third row: C. Stensby, D. Sturdevant, L. Sapiro, B. Lemko, B. O'Leary, B. Kositzke, J. Moore, R. Xt-hring, J. Hornung, C. Holtze, D. Ruehl, M. Prey. J. Fadden, H. Erickson, B, Iiubale, D. Nelson. Beta Alpha Psi, the national professional account- ing fraternity, consists of accounting majors with high scholastic standing and an interest in current aeeount- ing developments and practices. It is the only ao- Counting fraternity recognized by the American In- stituto of Accountants. The Wisconsin Sigma chapter was organized in 1932. The fzu-ulty advisor is Professor James B. Bower. 48 Events during the year were Commerce Careers Day Luncheon, Football Homecoming Luneheon, and a joint meeting with the Wisconsin Society of C.P.A.'s. Guest speakers at the dinner meeting were prominent 2lCC0l1llt2tl1tS Zllld 0XQCUflV6S. Officers were : Bob Stephan, president, Harry Vernon, vice-president, Duane Kuehl, secretary, Don Caldart, assistant secretary, and Art Ludwig, treasurer. Insurance Society First row, left to right: B. Trachte, J. Dimmiek, H. Solberg, R. Sommertield, M. Waters, D. Herrling, J. Rneth, J. Greve, J. Bennett. Second row: P. Ciulla, E. VVolter, M. Sehnette, G. Kznnmerer, W. Iibling. A. Albright, D. Kztercher, T. Mm-Leod, T. F1-znik, J. Foegen, T. Murphy, O. Bnlliet, A. Yousri, L. Neuman. Third row: E. Larson, A. Neill, D. Piepenburg, I.. Hight, J. Jaeger, K. Bruley, C. Stumpt, J. O'Rourke, T. Tierney, D. Kedzie. Insurance Society was organized in November, 1948, to raise standards of interest, performzinee, and ethies in the profession of insurzniee and to heighten appre- ciation ot' the social and er-onomie serviees of the insur- ance profession. Its members meet and talk to people who are part ot' the insurzniee industry and study enrrent trends in the field. Activities of the Insurance Society include publish- ing an annual Newsletter and at field trip each semester to nn insurance eompany otfiee. The Xewsletter is sent to over 250 insurzuire eompzniies in the l'nited States and lists the names, addresses, majors, and pref- erenre as to loeation and type of work of all grzxduzitiiig insnrunee majors. The Soeiety wats under the guidzuire of Professor Charles C'. Venter. Otfic-ers were Mary XVz1ters, presi- dentg Ray Sommerlield, viee-presidentg Don Zznitr-kc, seeretary, and Dunne Iferrling, treasurer. 49 Phi hi Theta Phi Chi Theta, founded in 1926, was formed to give girls in eommeree an opportunity to get better ac-- quaintecl outside the vlzissrooms. It is afliliatecl with the national chapter and its pur- pose is to promote the c-ause of higher business eclnva- tion and training for all women in business c'ai'eei's, and to eneourag.re fraternity and eooperation among women preparing for snvh Careers. Events during the your ilieliuletl Senior Send-off, ai party to honor graduating seniorsg on Founders' Day a banquet was held to c-elelmrate the founding of the organization and all alums :incl eommeree svhool faeulty were invited. Speakers were also present at other meetings held in the lfnion during the year. Prof. Angeline liins was advisor. Uffivers were: llziry lVaters. president: Diane li210I'f'll0I', Vive-president: Jeanne llolle, sewn-tai'y, and Adrienne Robinson, treas- nrer. First row, left to right: Joyve lioncl, Diane Kaeiw-lit-i', Prof. liins, Prof. Fox, Mary Waters, Nainry Salini. Second row: Agnes liroatlwaiy, Ili-len l"1'c-clerir'l4, lCclna Rogrilin. Betty Mueller, l'Iileen lilliott, Ch:n'l:ine Clnilcls, 'IOHIIIIK' VVilson, Put Jones, Mxirilyn Roth, Aclrienno Robinson, Mary Dyer, Sharron Griepentroq. Third row: .lm-:nine Hollv, Flaire lion-lrinclt, Nlziry lieth llongh. Connie lim-ziliy, Czitlierint- Tlieisvn, Arlene .Xllwright, liolzi Stegni-r, Shirley Ryan, NItll'Ql,'2ll'I'U' Antoine. 'cv T -0 we 7 Qs t""'v sb Society for the Advancement of ana ement First row, left to right: Gary Zenz, Don Witas, Ric-hard Creager, Joe Blitstein. Second row: Bob Lane, Jack Boyd, Joe Foegen, Richard Muller, Arthur Arntsen, John Ximlos, William Sehreiner, Gordon Housfeld. Third row: Rudy Sirny, George Weisbeeker, Charles Coleman, Don Weinkauf, Del Peterson, Robert Ozlourn, Norbert Esser, Don Zipter, Victor Saathoff, Richard De Bonville, George Falek, Some of the highlights for the Society for the Ad- vancement of Management were the dinner and smoker meetings in ivhieh executives and students both dis- carded formalism and really got together. Other high- lights inf-luded field trips to major companies to gain better insight into problems of industry and, last but not least, informal parties. The lViseonsin student S.A.M. ehapter organized in 1948-49 met during this year at the Industrial Man- agement lnstitute under the guidance of Prof Harold Kubly and Prof. David Beleher. The goal of this nationwide professional soeiety of managers in industry, edueation, eommeree, and gov- 8l'llII1Qlli, is to extend the benefits of seientifie manage- ment ivherever management is needed. The group is open to all college students. Offieers were Riehard Muller, president, Arthur Arntsen, vice-president, John Nimlos, treasurer, Joseph Foegen, seeretaryg Jaek Boyd, general program ehair- man, Rudy Sirny, arrangementsg Robert Lane and Robert Osborn, publieity, and Gordon Ilousefield and George VVeisber-ker, membership. 51 Beta Gamma 'igma Beta Gamma Sigma, first organized at the Univer- sity of VVisconsin in 1907, is now the only national honorary society in the field of business and commerce recognized by the American Association of Collegiate Schools of Business. Membership in Beta Gamma Sigma is the highest Marketing Club Members of the Marketing Club meet once a month in the Union to gain practical knowledge of trends and practices in advertising, sales management, marketing research, and purchasing. An affiliate of the American Marketing Association, it is open to all commerce students who are interested in finding out more about the marketing world. The club presents guest speakers informed in the First row, left to right: J. Ferris, li. l.c-liarron, J. Boyd. J. Trecek, D, Fry. A. Winegar. Second row: li.Be1-th, lf. Sathcr, W. Sweener, A. Gonce, K. Jones, G. Simon, D. Vtlitas, A. Ottoiv, J. Bergtold. Third row: J. Bartingale, ll. VVagenknc-cht, K. McConaghy, D. liintclman, IJ. Zipter, li. Kopfer, J. Shorr, A. Kleimen- hagen, L. Blackman. Fourth row: A. Roszknoski, li. Land- wehr, YY. Brennan, J. lilitstein, H. Boyce, VV. Knoeller, I". Heckcr, D. Piepenburg, K. Foster. scholastic honor obtainable by a student in the School of Commerce. Oflicers were Hob Stephan, president, Adrienne Rob- inson, vice-president, and Prof. .Xngeline l.ins, secre- tary-treasurer. Miss Lins also serves as the faculty advisor to the group. many fields of marketing and sponsors various social functions. Advisors are Mr. Edward VVerner and Prof. I. Y. Fine. Officers of Marketing Club were Kenneth Jones, president, John Doncheck, vice-president first semes- ter, iVilliam Sweemer, vice-president second semester, Al Gonce, treasurer, and Gilda Simon, secretary. First row, left to right: Prof. Ratclilf, Prof. Fox, Prof, Lins, Dean Nlwell, B. Stephan, A. Robinson, Asst. Dean Gaurn- nitz, Prof. Trumbower. Second row: A. Iiowitt, P. Hoffman, D. llaldnrt, H. Vernon, VV. Bruhn, R. Schmitz, lr. Gruhle, M, Waters. Third row: J. Foegen, U. Bentzin, N. ltlsser, IJ. VVQ-ndt, F. Wendt, B. Al- brecht, ll. Jacobs, D. Blac- Gregor. An interior view ot lxn rpp Grzduate Center. Dean Conrad Iilvehjem X graduate student turns tear-her. Grad School In the famous Wiseonsin Graduate Sehool, study and researeh in humanities, soeial seienees, natural seienees, and other fields are eneouraged. Researeh in all these fields is earried on so that existing knowl- edge and understanding may reaeh a larger seope. In seminars, elasses, and laboratories, individual students are helped to earry on independent and speeialized studies. The new Enzyme Institute, reeently eompleted, now has numerous researeh projeets in full swing. Interest in the Institute has heen shown by people in all parts of the eountry and the world. In 1952 the Knapp Memorial Center was opened as the otheial home of VVise0nsin7s Graduate Sehool, and its library, seminar and reception rooms are open to all faeulty members and graduate students. Specialized work goes on in all phases of sc-ienee, sueh as haeteriology, genetic-s, ehemistry, and physies. KIany students are also working for advaneed degrees in applied art, letters and seienee, edueation, and lfln- gineering. l'nder the guidanee ot' Dean Conrad Elvehjem, the Graduate Sehool eontinues its high reputation tor knowledge and aehievement. 53 K ,,J-My . D1-:ui l"owIkvs gi-1-vis 24 l'oi'c,-igii to:1c'lim's :is Ilivy :li'i'iVi' :lf B1IlfllS0ll. Stull:-ms i11 ri lHlSlIll'SS 1-cllic-ation voursv sponsors-rl by the Svliool ol' l'lll.llL'IlllUl1 :incl tlu- Cfoiiiriir-wc llc-puiliiioiit. School of Education The Svliozml ol' l'llllC'illlUIl, 1111114-1' llw lmulcrsliip ol Dvziii John Guy Fowlkc-s, luis workcwl lowurcl improx ing tliz- ll'2ll'llPl'S :mil instl'iu'1oi's who will mold thi miiifls wliic-li will guido lllll l'llllll'l' ol' our nation. The l'lIlllf'Llll0ll Svliool oIl'oi's fic-lfl trips lo spvc-ializv schools wlieirci uiiusuzxl ll'2U'lllIlQ lll'0l'C'lllll'0S ami studied iiistruc-tion iii zirlult l'flllf'illl0ll, :xml ziuiliting ziiicl pro mluc-ing 0,llll'L1llOllZ1l motion plf'lllI'0S. Uno of lliii main olmjrwtiws of tliv sc'l1ool's program is to clirwt Ilw iiitvw-sts of Ilw 4-mllivzitioii stuclvlit Tlu- l'l1liu':1tioi1 liiiilrliiig. D1-:iii .loliii Guy lfowllws The liducation Building l.iln'firy. toward the small child. The school offers a complete program of courses and additional opportunities are available in the city of Madison. To enable the study of the child in his natural environment students are sent to elementary and secondary schools, and youth clubs. Madison schools cooperate with this program by arranging the classes in which practice teachers can work and learn. lVisconsin, lVest, and East High schools as well as grade schools take part. in this activity, now part of the basic lab curriculum. Madison also offers additional opportunities for the prospective teacher to come in contact with problems he is likely to confront on the job. The Y.M.C.A., Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts, Uommunity Center, and other agencies provide students with opportunity to observe and work with children. Graduate work and research by the members of the faculty, together with an organized curriculum, point toward progress in raising the standards of teachers and, therefore, schools throughout Wisconsin. A student from the Uni- versity practice teaching :it VVisconsin High. 55 Scheders Svhoders, :L vliexptel' of the l"ntnr'e 'P01U'lll'l'S of Amerir-21 0I'QQ21lllZ21ll0ll, trivs to hotter rc-lations lwtweeii students and fzwulty and viir-oiiiugrvs professionzil atti- tnclos of thosz- going into the tezivliing profession. The c-lub, whir-h holzls its meetings in 312 Iiflnvzition Bllilclilig. sponsors sur-li zn'tivitic-s ns the Svhool of Phi Epsilon Kappa Phi Epsilon Iiappzfs purpose is to elevate the SfiLllflZll'LlS, ideals, and ethivs of thosr- viigzlgecl in teucli- ing in the fic-lcls of honlth, physivul eduvation. and I'0f'I'02LflOl1. During tho year the frzxternity sponsors tho P.E. and lieerezxtion Program for physivully lizimlirzlppecl First row, Iett to right: G. Colin-n D. Swlimiclt, .X. Grezison, l, Lnpinski,A.B1'illl1:1rt,IiI.Himvs VV. Svimll, K. Pnnlsr-n, S. Hnnsl R.C1rolm. Second row: M. Yonke- li. lf2lIlLl2'lll, K. Anmlorson, V fll'l'llj', R. Friwlinull, G. ltnlmin J, Iinsli, BI. Nelson, V. Dau-lin BITIIIIIIII, IC. Taylor, V. Klnclng, lllilll. Educ-ation open house, Weekly voffoe hours, and num- erous lOf'llll'0 forums. OH'ic'0rs are AlYOll21 Brillhnrt, presiclc-nt: Ed Hinios, Yic'e-pivsitleiitg Hill Soidl, fI'i'11Slll'Gl'Q Julie Zornzzug soc-- retaryg llorbcrt Iilzwsmeiei' :intl Julia llzilrymple, :ul- Visors. vhildron :Lt the Y.lX'l.C7.A., and the Health, Physir-all Edilrzition, and livweatioii Xzitional Convention. OI'I'im'c-rs ure: Gene Bigley, President: John Dixon, vic'e-Prosiclentg Clizwlvs Turner, sec'1'etzn'yg Paul Carter, treasurorg Al Trolnlli, guidog Bill Smith, sergeant- ut-armsp Russell Hippe and I,ZlWI'0llK'Q R:11'ii'k, :1dx'isors. First row, left to right: Prof. Jones, Prof. Hippo. D. Harsh. .l. 'l'nrnvr, G. Biglc-y. R. Smitli, C. Kofi-rki. Second row: I-1. Snltzv, li. Grollo, Prof. Amlorsoii, lf. Bw-lu-1', J. WYC'lI1l'l'l-, R. Honllrivk- son, R. Marsh, I.. Pnnsky, Prof. NVolf, Prof. Mzinsfielnl, Dr. Fl'llIll'lS. Stu G. Hawks, N. Grunsky, RI. Par- tc-kn, R. lWcC'ool, Prof. lil2lllS- nivimg G. Rnclilin. Third row: Knnfnizui, F. Plckenpol, M. Sf'lllllli', V. Lev, P. Munlc-y, M. Svlnizif, BI. llIll'l0lllD01'gI, li. ENGINEER! College of Engineering The College of Engineering, under its new dean Kurt F. Wendt, is striving to help fill the gap between the need for 35,000 engineers a year and the graduation ol' only 30,000 in the eountry's eolleges. Engineers are needed in all fieldsgehemieal, mining, inetallurgieal. nieehanieal, eleetrieal, lrioehemieal, and eivil. The t'lll'- rieula ot' the eollege makes provision for all these fields. The eollege stresses basic' eourses in mathematies, physieal seienee, and engineering prineiples. It follows sueh eourses with spec-ialized training in speeifie en- gineering fields. ln addition to its instruetional program, the College ot' ltlngineering eonduets important researeh projects eentered about industrial problems. This is done through the Engineering Experiment Station. which tries to promote the engineering and industrial inter- ests ol' Wisconsin by seientifie study of many problems. The laboratories of the College of Engineering provide many faeilities for experimentation and many impol't- ant tests are eondur-ted as a serviee to the state. The eollege under the leadership of Dean Wendt will eertainly eontinue training the best engineers of the state and nation through its eurrieulnm, extension. and institutes. lhr Inge poiti Lit ot' retired Dean Morton O. Withey won the plaudits of 400 engint cis tncl industiiilists -when it was unveiled and presented to the l'niversity at tht 1053 lln Xt xx I Ilglllttllllg Building I llglmfl A DU DIIIIWIH x K if 5 i i ,S A X WEA-f F:IlQ'iIll'l'IiIlg institute 011 l?ifll1T1iIll1OllS 1'0nc1'c-tv. rw J I lu, 011 A short, vourso fm' svwagc' Illilllt op01':1to1's giIlPOI'YS 1illl'Qll'j'. Pol gon Board First row, left to right: Fred Culver, David Vinton, David Mynning, .lim Mullendore, John Zahn. Second row: Don Pollock, Gilbert Bonrcrior, Ken Kulik, Roger Carlson, Larry Strommen, George Rasmussen, Isaac Senior, Bob Stebens, Phillip Howard. Organized as a. f'Gl1ll'2li body to promote the inter- ests of the engineering students, Polygon Board is vomposed of two representatives from each engineer- ing soeiety plus a president who does not represent any society. The Board sponsors au-tivities whivh are for the 60 benefit of all engineering students and among these are the Engineering Exposition, St. Pat's Dance, smokers, pivnivs, and lc-vtures. Of'Hcers for this year were: David G. Mynning, pres- ident, David Vinton, sevretaryg .lim Mullendore, treas- urer. American Society of Civil Engineers First row, left to right: D. Mynning, G. Marr, C. Fischer, H. Anderson, Prof. Rohlieh, W, Zeeh, G. Wiehrnan. Second row: R. De Bruin, B. Steuwe, H. Searles, lil. Garling, E. Jackson, F. Fox, F. Culver, J. Rehmzln, W. Rohde, I. Senior. Third row: J. Perry, C. Buyalski, R. Ketchum, R. Miller, S. Yzrhata, J. Shaekleford, R. Reese, D. Woolhiser, J. Hall, C. Brylla, D. Nerenhaiusen. Fourth row: C. Burnard, H. Brunmeier, J. Gordon, K. Welton, G. Weir, H. Ulrich, R. White, W. Huegel, J. Johainning, E. Dzrhlen. The American Society of Civil Hn 'ineers was formed Amon their Various an-tivities one of the soc-ial 1 7 tor the purpose of aequainting the student c-ivil en- highlights is the Civil Engineerls fall danee. ineers with the rinei les and oheetives of ai ro- The 0'ronJ is advised h Prof. Gerard Rohlic-h. , . as l Y lCSSlOl12ll society. The meetings, held in the llydruulies The officers are president, Howard Anderson: vnfe- lah, feature talks and diseussions leadinv' to the real- Jresident C'hzu'les Fist-hc-rg seereturv lVilliarr1 Zeehi C3 l 7 . - ? ization ot this objer-tive. treasurer, Gerald Marr. 61 American Institute of Chemical Engineers W First row, left to right: Pi-of. R. A. Rzuqutz, G. Rusniussen. A. Stroud, R. Hzisse. G. Hard, D, Puller-k, A, Baker. Second row: VV. lilmer- liart, .l. Iluiiilzert, A. Czirlsun. VV, VV:ilke1', C. .l0sv:111g.fe1'. R. G1'ee11k01'11, R. Tzilxzuii. R. cll'llll'l'f.f, VV. Nziek, H. Sievert. Third row: .I Leiiiwxuider, 17. VVolte1', P. Hauisen, J. Klugopolski, lt. Gelirig. J. Hula-nsou, N. Bermzin, U. Hopper. The American Institute of Chemic-al Engineers is at iizitioiml student pmfessioiiul afiiliate of .-X.I.Ch.E. This group is 21 teehiiieul sm-iety and its meetings feature speakers who ure employed in industry. 62 Meetings are held in the liemoriul Union, and thc QQIUIID is advised by Pmf. VV. K. Neill und Prof. H. .-X. li21g2llZ. Ofiieers this yezu' ure: limi llzisse. president Art Stroud, viee-presideiitg .lerry liurd. sec'i'etzii'y. v Kappa Eta Kappa rx... First row, left to right: J. Coruthers, J. Pickert, B. Rakita, W. Lehndorf, J. Rolefson, J. Galian. Second row: G. Machol, D. Meyer. L. Isaksson, R. Santo, J. Wenner, T. Zander, IC. Marth, M. Nielsen. Third row: li. The-lander.'G. lflonders, M. Kahn, E. Sc-hoenwetter V. Nesta, A, Laska, D. Rasque, E. Lundberg, R. Biles, J. Pugh. Fourth row: J. Stevens, R. Stevens, J. Patterson, li. Popp, li. Strom- men, C. Holly, A, Dargis, G. Stenklyft, J. McNaul, P. Barck. In its 29th year at the university, Kappa Eta Kappa, national professional eleetrieal engineering fra- ternity, t'0l1flllll0d to he one of the most active pro- fessional fraternities on the eampus. ln addition to its own aetivities for members and alumni, Kappa Eta Kappa has participated in rampus-wide soeial and professional engineering aetivities. The fraternity is founded on the belief that the sur-c-essful engineer needs eharat-ter, self-expression, and ideals of servit-e in addition to teehnieal training. Many of the frater11ity's alumni are prominent men in industry and on engineering faculties at universities throughout the eountry. Its students have distin- guished themselves srholastir-ally and in social and professional activities. tlfheers were Jaek W. lVenner, president: lludolph J. Santo, viee-presidentg Thomas A. Zander, set-retary: Raymond L. Kuhlman, treasurerg and Prof. R. ll. Benediet, advisor. 63 American Society of Mechanical En ineers I ,.,,. Isl J First row, left to right: W. Trickel, G. Knudsen, A. DeMatthew, T. Burger, C. Oster. Second row: K. Kulik, W. Miller, W. Boyes, Prof. Harker, B. Howe, D. Haack, R. Anderson. Third row: F. Kehrberg, M. liluever, G. Worseheek, D. Miirkwardt, .l. Platner, D. Edwards, R. Hantzseh, V. Overbye, O. Erhardt, G. Warren, W. Spates. Fourth row: R. Lnedtke, S. Hoersch, D. Wiekesherg, D. Nelson, R. Lculwke, J. llivard, D. Kerska. Fifth row: J. Williams, C. Degner, D. Scliaehfer, D. Ermer. .-X varied program planned to supplement members' academic education was carried out this year by the livisconsin chapter of the American Society of hlechan- ical Engineers. Prominent men in industry were in- vited to the monthly meetings to keep students up- to-date on new trends and developments. The purpose of the society is to develop an interest in the allied fields of mechanical engineering. 64 Among its other activities were co-sponsorship with other engineering societies of St. Pat's dance and the Engineering Exposition. Ofhcers were VVilliam E. Boyes, ehairmang Bruce Howe, vice-chairmang Dale Haack, corresponding sec- retaryg Ronald Anderson, secretaryg Wlilliam hliller, treasnrerg and John Zahn and Kenneth Kulik, repre- sentatives to Polygon hoard. First row. left to right: W. Bohn, li. Olson, VV. Schwartz, J. Dcwane. J. Hippie. IJ. Owen. Second row: 17. Kelnhofcr. IC. liiin, Il. Chancellor, J. Deering, M. liurrows, ll. VVoolhiser, D. llagcn, li. Hunder. Third row: li. C'oon, B. Pick. ll. Thompson. J. lialis. D. Shot-ycnbos, .X. Zinunernian. American Society of Agricultural Engineers The Wisconsin student branch of the ASAE pursues its objectives of fostering the interests of the agricul- tural engineering students in their profession, and establishing a closer bond of felloivship between stu- dent members and alumni. During the year ASAE secured both professional speakers and movies for their monthly meetings. .X smoker, mid-term field Chi Epsilon Chi Epsilon is a national honorary civil engineering fraternity with chapters in forty-six schools through- out the country. The purpose of the organization is to recognize and develop those traits of high char- acter and scholastic endeavor which serve to produce successful professional engineers. The main activity of the group is the selection and initiation of new members. Selection is based on ex- trip, smorgasbord, picnic, and various work projects highlighted the society's activities. Serving as advisors were Prof. ll. D. Bruhn and Prof. Gordon liarrington with Marsh Burrows, presi- dentg Jim Doering, vice-president-secretaryg Hill Chan- cellor, treasurer: and John Iialis, Bill Pick, Deiilayne llillman, and Dick Koegcl as committee chairmen. cellence in scholarship, high moral character, and pro- fessional promise. Initiations bring back many of the alumni who have become prominent in the professional field. The officers were: NYilliam E. Franswick, presidentg Bob Lorenzen, vice-presidentg Herbert Hellen, treas- urerg Elizabeth Jackson, secretaryg Fred Culver, editor of the Transit. First row, Left to right: .lim Williams, Fred Culver, Bob Lor- enzen, William Franswick, lfliz- abctln Jackson, ltichard White. Second row: liogcr Mueller. lfrick Laine, Jack Binning. Terry Mueller. Isaac Senior, liinar llahlcn, Milton Garling. 115 4-4 Eta Kappa u The honorary electrical engineering fraternity Eta Kappa Nu was organized to encourage academic effort and participation in extra-curricular activities. In the 1953 Engineering Exposition the fraternity won third prize in the organized groups division with an analogue computer. Pi Tau igma Pi Tau Sigma, national honorary mechanical cn- gineering fraternity was founded in 1916 to foster high ideals of the engineering profession, develop the attri- butes necessary for leadership, and establish a closer bond of fellowship between its student members and alumni. The fraternityls activity program is highlighted by ,, . E A . ---W H Q.. First row, left to right: Tlionias Benedict. Philip Howard, Pro- fessor Harold Peterson, Donald Schulz, Lawrence Strommen. Second row: Richard Genke, Frederick Hunt, Donald Diet- lneyer, Tlioinas Bray. John Scharf. Meeting in the Electrical Engineering Building and advised by Prof. H. A. Peterson, the fraternity's oHicers were: Philip Howard, president, Thomas Bray, vice-president, Donald Schultz, recording secretary: Lawrence Strommen, treasurer g Thomas Benedict and John Seharf, corresponding secretaries. several banquets at which initiates are elected from among the junior and senior elasses on the basis of engineering ability, scholarship, and personality. Serving as officers were: John Richardson, president! John Hickman and Bruce Howe, vice-presidents, Bruce Peterson, treasurer, Ronald Anderson, corresponding secretary, Orville Ehrhardt, recording secretary. ' First row, left to right: K. Cor- ' mack, O. l'lln'hardt, Professor lfleniing, J. Richardson, J. Hick- man, R. Anderson, B. Howe. ' Second row: B. Logerquist. li. Jarasek, J. Keating. D. Edwards, A. DelNIattl1cw, J. Rivard, G. Schwandner, J. Zahn. T. Berger, li. liuedtke, li. Pless, Third row: A. Menendez-.tXbarea, J. Wcyres, I". Callics, J. Sorge, Cl. Schock, li. Bond. D, Toft, P. Reed, I.. Reese. VV. Miller, K. Kelly, li. VVeiss. 66 First row, left to right: T. Krue- ger, 0. Ehrharclt, H. Luedtkc, F. Culver, R. Anderson, J. Schopp, P. Handt. Second row: C. Bach, H. Wilder, l. Senior, L. Strommen, G. Rasmussen, R. Awe, D. Dietincycr. ll. Volk- mann, T. Berger, A. Rube. Tau Beta Pi Tau Beta Pi is the all engineering honorary society which has as its purpose the marking in a fitting manner all those who have achieved distinguished scholarship and exemplary character as undergraduates in engineering. Each year the society awards a slide-rule to the A. I. E. E.-I. R. E. Sponsored by the National Professional Societies of the American Institute of Electrical Engineers and the Institute of Radio Engineers, this joint student chapter works for a mutually beneficial relationship between the engineering student and his profession. hfonthly meetings often include talks by industrial representatives. An annual student paper competition freshman student who has been most outstanding scholastically. Dean K. F. Wendt advises the group. Officers were: F. H. Culver, president, R. O. Anderson, vice-presi- dent g T. D. Mueller, recording secretarygli. L. Luedtke. corresponding secretary, J. C. Schopp, cataloger. is also sponsored, and campus members of the group receive the publication of their organization. Advised by Professors V. C. Rideout and Glen Koehler, the officers are: Rudolph Santo, president: Robert Popp, vice-president, Manfred Kahn, secretary- treasurerg Tom Benedict, AIEE corresponding sec- retary: Tom Bray, IRE corresponding secretary. First row, left to right: J. Scharf D. Selwyn, R. Genke, C. Bart holf, D. Dietmeyer, W. VVcrner, J. Verga. Second row: .I. llheiu gans, J. Hemker, J. Wm-nncr, I. Isaksson, M. Xcilsen. VV. Splees F. Janisch, D. Groth. Third row W. Mt-Lane. R.. Boomsliter, D. Kinclt, F. Kalm, H. Santo, R Popp, T. Benedict. T. Bray, un identificcl, D. Schulz. Fourth row: li. Stebcns, D. Sicvcrt, W. Bublitz, IC. Lim, T. filllll. J. Lernanczyk, ll. Levy, l.. Strom- mcn, A. Dargis, P. Howard, A. Luska, M. Rzulovich. Y ' " ' uja, ,. i,..1.... .. . , .,.,.M ,.f.Y,-svsfiii I. .' XI' Theta Tau A national pi'ofc,-ssional l'i'ntei'11ity open to all sin- dents in eiigiiiewiiig, Theta Tau is designed to develop fellowshim amonv' all on 'inoorin 1' stuclc-nts and to zul- 21 Vanin- the 911gllli'0l'lllg profossimi. The l'I'2lf91'1llij' spoiisors il soplioinniw- award to a stnmlont showing outstanding ability in the Hold of American Foundr me Organized in Jznniary of 1953 by students reveiving svholarsliips from the Foundry Educ-ational Founda- tion and others interested in fnrtliering their kiiowleclgc of the fouiidry industry, the l'nive1'sity of XXvlSC'0llSlll Student Chapter of the Amvrir-an F0lll1KlI'yITl0lllS Sovic-ty is one of twelity-five such organizatioiis on engineering First row, left to right: D, Min-- a V qnzirt. F. lJ2ll'illl'Illll'lf'I', li. Nol- ' sun, li. BIl1I'I'3ly, li. Floisvli- l'I'i'SSl'l'. G. Polmriiey. Second row: ll. Mvlin, li. Str-inc-, if liniliv, P. lim-il, J. Winters, J. lllVIlI'll. XV. J:1f'ulfS, J. Iiulu-ns, .X, linntz. ellgiiieoriiig. .Xn important 'Theta Tan activity was the I+'onndei's Day Banque! held Um-tolwi' 15. Aclvisi-fl by lJ1'. liohlir'l1,1l1v l'1'uie1'i1ityls ofhc-ers are: Ron Nelson, regoiitq Ed Floisi-lifwssc-i', Vice-1'0gc-nt: Frvcl llill'fl16'lIl10lOI', il'Q21Slll'f'l'Q l3i'uc'e hllll'I'2ly, SGi'l'0l2lI'yI and lion Mzu'qiun'dt, i'0I'l'OSlJOIlillllg2j sec'i'0ta1'y. ngs Society f-zunpuses tliroiiglioiit the c'onnt1'y. hlooting twice monthly in the Klining and hloial- lnrgy Building, the group is aclvised by Prof. Ric-harcl XY. Ileine. Serving as 0fl'ir'o1's were: James H. Daiive. presiflc-ntg Carl H. Loper, Vlf'G-p1'9Sllll'lllQ James ll. Davies, secretary-treasu1'ei'. First row, left to right: W. Kriilmszick, C'. liopvr, J. Daniel-. J. Davies, Prof. R. W. Iloino. Second row: D, SChII1il.lZ, J. W':1lt4-r. R. Sf'llll1l01', M. Grnlnn. ll. Slninnon, J. lfnright. Third row: C, Rzinils, G. BOlll'K'll'I', J. Si-Ili-. ll. Iii-lm. J. lxIllllC'llllOl'I'. li. lJI'l'II1l,'I', M. C'olegi'ovr-, VV. Miller. hx Director Adolfson discusses cor- respondence courses with Stll- dents. Extension Division Established in 1907, the University Extension Divi- sion is the vehicle for projecting Vniversity resources to the general public in all areas except those occupied by the Agricultural extension. The division is the instrument used by the university, and in a broader sense, by the state to discover new educational needs, to interpret those needs to the University, and to trans- late those needs into actual programs in all parts of the state. It also directs extension of university work-college credit program on both the undergraduate and grad- uate levels, conducts adult education programs, and cooperative services with other state and local agencies. Extension is an integral part of a balanced institu- tion, buttressing research in applied fields particularly, such as i11 the broad of technology and social An Extension conference on Agriculture. K .-I af- science. The extension division provides the auxiliary or managerial facilities necessary for the wide-spread dissemination, and in a sense, the popularization of the research of the university. Correspondence study was the original function ot' the University Extension Division upon its inception in 1907, and continues today as the core method of university instructional outreach. The role of corre- spondence study is to supplement and 'textendl' uni- versity teaching by providing instruction principally for individuals and small groups for whom this learn- ing method is the most appropriate. Correspondence study enables young people and adults to satisfy educational needs and interests through a tutorial system of individual instruction utilizing cor- respondence by mail with university faculty members. 352 ...M-wild I The library at Mcnaslia extention. Extension director Lorentz H. .Xdolt'son. A geography class at the Kenosha extension. tate Extensions The Extension centers ot' the l'niversit.y of lVisconsiu are designed primarily to otlcr freshman and sopho- more instruction for university credit in population centers of the state where adequate college oppor- tunities are not close at hand. They are an integral part ol' the total higher educational pattern of the state, and represent a direct extension of the core in- structional program of the university beyond the geo- graphic boundaries of the Madison campus, to equalize educational opportunities throughout the state. The university is now operating extension centers in eight cities outside of Milwaukee-fin Green Bay, lien- osha, Manitowoc, llarinette, Kleuasha, Racine, She- boygan, and Wausau. These eight centers have a total enrollment at the present time of over 800 stu- dents, approximately 12 percent of the university's freshman-sophomore student body. The centers are not. simply eight separate two-year colleges. They are a compact university system, closely integrated to- gether in terms ot' the way they are administered and staffed, and closely integrated with the Madison cam- pus in terms of the way their standards are prescribed and maintained, The fastest growing area ot' adult education work at llvisconsin is a wide range of institutes and short courses tailored to meet the specific needs of professional and functional groups in XVisconsin. Programs are offered through various division bureaus and depart- ments, each functioning as the operational agency for extending to XYisconsin citizenry the resources and skills ol' the university in its particular subject area. .-Xs correspondeiice study is direct extension ol' uni- versity instruction by mail, special classes represent. direct extension via periodic classroom assemblies throughout the state. Special classes carry the tech- nical, intellectual, and cultural resources of the Uni- versity to VVisconsin citizens ivhereyer they assemble for instruction, seeking to broaden both the skill and the intellect of the men and Women on Whom the state counts for commercial, professional, educational, and civic leadership. Q4 , I I ... I Something brewing at Clrccn liay. 6' its Nl: 111 Ill 1x11 ll 11111 Tll1lCIlIQ 111 :1 x1111l11'1y l:1l1111'.11111'y. 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There was no waiting for advisors. They had passed out earlier in tl1e day. Those of us who hadn't lost our paekets by this time, and had survived the erowd at Klusie llall fthe quonset's gone toreverj, Hnally reached the Armory where we got some more eards. At the Bursar's Office, systematie- ally and et'Heiently, we became members of the lVis- eonsin lfnion. lt was probably our imagination, hut it seemed that as eaeh new person walked in, the walls gave a low, painful groan. Maybe it was us. "Can you help nie?" gh as Q M , 5, A1 wgesszgyesg-4, :wg ,si gns-g5,.s.Uv ,L A 1 Www ,QD .,.. , , Q., wi 2,515 'fl 593521 1 YS M. .. swim f, 'L V W ,f wx W 925 W, f - gi E , fr kv -MM z I.l I,1111l11 ID1111 Il111g111" Il SDLIIIISII play p1'11s1111T1111 by 1111- 1l11p:11'11111-111 111' Sp:111isT1 :1111l l'111't11g1111-sv, y1'l111l1mgy st11111-111s try 11111 111-w 11l1-1't1'1111i1' 111utl1111ls 1111 1111 1111111 111111 ' 'ilSllI'iIlg' sl1'i:1l 11111 4 17111111 lXl:11'liII. 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Meetings anddiscussions regzgulat ing polieies are under the jurisdietion of President, Mary NVatersg Yiee- president. and Secretary, Lois Burgyg and rllI'02LSll1'6I', .loan Fagan. Dean Helen Kayser is the organizationis advisor. First row, left to right: Sally Anderson, Mary Burnham, Lois Nelson, Nancy Oakes. Second row: Mary Staidl, Joan Fagan, Mary Waters, Lois Burgy, Marlene Thiele. Third row: Diane Pallett, JoAnn Draeger, Nancy Rusy, Joyce Bond, Doris Zeehel, Geraldine Voss, Donna Drill, Barbara Oehlberg, Kay Carney. 76 Coronto Q. " vw' o U fs First row, left to right: Shirley Groniger, Eileen Jzivobson, Diana Pnllet., Ninn Meicher, Czwlzi RlCf'llllI1l'llt. Second row: Carolyn Keith, Sainclrzi Cota, Jnnet Mills. .lonn Bunk:-, Marilyn Willie, Mildred Enerson, Donnn Baker, licrnzuline Kontowt, Knaren Strauch. cl0l'0l1t0, an professimial journalism so1'01'ity, was C0l'0lll0 has three liomn'a1'y mnle members, l'rol'. founded at the l'niVe1'sityoflYisc-oiisiiinsaplnfessimizll llenry Ladd Smith, Prof. Grunt KI. Hyde, and Ur. orgzinization to 2tf'i1llil.llll girls with the j0lll'llil,ll5Hl lialphU.Nafzige1'. field and stimulate :Ln interest in journalism. Oflliveis of the sorority :ire Diane Palloit, president! The So1'0l'i1y, whivh holds its meetings in the Mem- .loan Blffillfilifxll, Vive-p1'eside1it3 Eileen .lZlf'0l'7SOll, sev- orinl lvnion, sponsors the Coronln Far-nlly Ten, ai tea rotary, Ninn Mi-ic'he1', f'u1'1'esp0mlii1g Ser'I'eta1'yg and given forthe Journalism School fnviilty :incl their wives, Marion Yoighi, l'l'021SllI'0l'. Phi Beta The aim of Phi Beta, professional fraternity for women, is to promote spec-eh and music-. This aim is slieeessfiiliy zu-r-ornplisheml in the National projeet through serviee to the defense program by providing assistzinee to the recreational programs of the Army, Air Foree, and Veterans Aclministrzmtion. Xi ehzipter pzirtieipated in the projeet by forming :L play-reading group at Truzix Field. Performanees were given at the base and at the YA Hospital. Uther aetivilies this yO2ll' inehulecl zi Faenlty Ban- quet and a program at the Orthopedic- Hospital. Mem- bers of the group were zletive on the produetion erew uncl zirtieiialterl as diseussion leaders tlurinv' Co-erls' Z5 Week. Offieers this year were Sharyn Uhessen Finkhine, Presidentg Rue Ellen Moore, Vic-e-l'resident,g Vera Gi1i'k,See1'etzu'yg Franees Shapiro, 'l'reas11rerg Naney Oakes, Historian. Mrs. Henry Ewhzlnk is the advisor. First row, left to right: K. Draper, C. Eininn, .I. Bell. li. Snlnn, IQ. Coogan, K. Homin. li. Werndli. li. Ferris. Second row: M. Rode, J. Beyer, F. Shapiro. R. Moore. S. Chessen, V. Gurk, N. Oakes, B. Swirller, J. Golcllwrg. Third row: B. Viull, S. Lewis, B. Johnson, B. Duwe, J. Fogel, M. Knox, J. .Xsehingeig li. I'Icler, P. Hyun, L. Limpert, M. Benner. 78 Xy' igma Alpha Iota yr f .Af ' 11 35 ' Mm First row, left to right: C. PiQ1'1'11, M. Quale, A. 1'1Ilgl'11lill'f1, L. B111'gy, 14. Mitvhell, D. Ploog, G. Voss, M. Rhode. Second row: G. Cllllllil- lor, M. S1'hoI11is1'11, P. Sutter, J. Payton, K. 1iIllSl'l', M. Griffin, U. lilmcr, IW. Stone, J. IqlljkilY2l, C'. Cohl, L. B1-11111111 13. Cook. Third row: J. Gotts1'h:11k, J. H111-1't, M. Struhl, J. Otto, H. Hosler, l.. W'oo11, F. Axlvy, J. G1-rko, M. K111'l11-11111Qist01'. Rho 1'11z1pt111' of Sigma .Xlpha Iota, 11z11io11z11 pro- 1'11ssio11z11 m11si1' f1'a1te1'11ity for women, was 111111111911 1111 1119 1'11iV111'sity of lVis1'o11si11 l'2l.IHpllS i11 l92l. Its 1111je11-tiv11s111'e to i11fl1111111-11 111111 1113110111 the highest i111-111s of 21 11111si1- e111111'z1tio11, to givv i11spi1'z11io11 111111 1111111111111 11i11 to its memh111's, 111111 to p1'o111ot11 il st1'o11g1-1 11111111 of IHllSl4'il.1 i11t1:1'12sT 111-1111-1111 fo1'0ig11 1'o111111'ies 111111 .Xn1111'i1'a1. Q'11z1p1111' :11'1i1'i1ie-s i111'1111111 21 wockly 1111si111-ss m9111- iug, 1llli0l'Il1il1 m11si1'z1111s, :111 11111111111 1-0111-121't, se1'vi1'11 p1'ojo1'1s lll the S1-hool 111' Musiv, 111111 1'o-sponsors ZL K1usi1' Svhool mixer 211111 the -X11-CJHTIIIJIIS '1'ou1'11am1111t of Song. OfH1'e1's :11'1- Both Mit1'h1111. p1'esi1111111 1911111121 Ploogg, 1'i1'e-p1'0si111-1113 Lois lglllfly, s01'1'11tz11'yg illltl Mz11'i1y11 Rhode, t1'11z1s111'111'. .-X11viso1's to 1.1111 group are Mrs. Helene 711110111218 Blotz, Mrs. l,o11is1- 1,111-kwood 6211'- pG1'19l', 111111 Nliss l1'11111- 1'1ilS1ITlZ1l1. Theta igma Phi Theta Sigma Phi is a national honorary and pro- fessional journalism sorority. There are usually about fifteen girls in lVisconsin's Beta 1-hapter, all outstand- ing in their field. The sorority's purposes are to unite women journalists and promote the ideals of their pro- fession, Eavli March the c-hapter gives a Matrix banquet at which women prominent in Madison viyif' affairs are honored. The Matrix table speaker is always a nation- ally known woman in the profession. Theta Sigs are Very avtiye in student affairs. Two of the most active members are Janet, Mills, President of AWS and Klarion Yoightl, soviety editor of the Daily Cardinal. This yea1"s oflivers were: Bea I,awi'enc'e Irminger, prcsidentg Jo Ann Drager. yic'e-presiclentg and Char Alme, treasurer. Mrs. Robert Taylor was again the c-hapter adviser. First row, left to right: M. Nelson, .l. Drager, Mrs. liolwrt Taylor, Advisor, li. Irminger, P. Greiner. Second row: D. Steinlmillmer, J. Mt'Guc'ken. S, Groninger, M. Voigt, IJ. Pallett, S. Cota. our as SU i l s I l 'Slip .. 'Q . S.. . , 3 . . , , , f 1, . .t K First row, lett to right: R. Berger, ll. Jesse, D. Delwiehe, A. Gor- mlus, L. Pesee, S. liuda, H. Chi, F. Groves. Second row: G. Barcl, F. Baumann, D. Stern. G Knapp, G. Svolmotla, B. Marg graf, W. Johnson, A. Rube, J Fritz. Third row: J. Spinmller, R. Kammiller, D. Flowers, N Cywinski, S. Morton, J. Mar shall, R. Tallman, E. Titus, D Allen, B. Radcle, D. Holder, B Berk. Fourth row: A. Nelson W. Dutton, L. Bzinaszak, M Barnett, F. Joffe, J. Pomraning G. Weiss, R. Meyer. J. Baran VV. Green. Alpha Chi igma Alpha Chi Sigma, a national professional chemistry fraternity was founded at the University of Wiseonsin in 1902. Hayrides, theme parties, and danees, as well as a professional program featuring prominent campus speakers, are enjoyed ear-h semester. Physical Therapy Club The Physical Therapy Club, established shortly after the course was instituted on campus, has grown with the Course and, today, attempts to aequaint interested students with the field and with eaeh other. Events this year included a faculty open house, a First row, left to right: M. Stiles, R. Branberg, J. Werner, B. Hanes, D. Tegtmeyer, J. Natter, S. L:1Duke, E. Lucas, C. Prixe, L. Morgan. Second row: M. Meliinney, J. Gunther, D. Blumenstoek, A. Gaston, E. Evenson, J. Felton, D. Oehler, S. Howe, R. Cooper, N. Edwards, J. Smiles, W. Bell. Third row: li. Searle, J. Lemke, K. Comer. T. Apple, D. Beek, li. Hutchinson, J. Bossanny, A. Washington, C. Neuhauser, C Kiengle, X. Trinclle, P. Mueller, M. Fliegel, S. Wintringer. Fourth row: C Kennedy, S. Winks, K. Lanter- wasser, J. Engelinain. E. Bor- eliardt, L. ixlidittllglliill, IC. Juhl, M. Malin, P. Riley, N. Gagan, J. Cook, J. Johnson, C. Floek, M. Moore. 81 Jack Fritz and Norb Cywinski are officers of Phi Lambda Upsilon, and Gerald Bard is secretary of the Ameriean Institute of Chemic-al Engineers chapter. The ofiic-ers of the fraternity are: president, Glenn li. Svobodag via'-e-president, Gordon C. Knapp, see- retarv Fred Baumann' treasurer lVilliam C. Johnson. V 7 3 7 kiddie Christmas party for the Orthopedic Hospital a banquet for graduating seniors and a pienie. Officers were Riehard Oehler, Presidentg Jean Pelton, Vive-President, Sue Howe, Secretary, and Eleanor Evenson, Treasurer. igma Delta Chi Sigma Delta Chi, professional journalistic fraternity, reeognizes outstanding achievements by members of that profession. The year's big event was the annual Gridiron Ban- igma Kappa Phi Beta ehapter of Sigma Kappa Phi, professional speech eorreetion fraternity, was founded for the purpose of bringing together people in speeeh eorrec-tion in order to promote the ideals and advanr-e the standards of the profession. Highlight of the year was the annual sp1'ing banquet Standing, left to right: Roland Smith, Otha Irinton, Dave Apker, Professor Frank Thayer, George liodgerson, Professor Seott Cut- lip, Dr. Ralph Nafziger, lliek Glaman, Fred Fischer. Sitting, left to right: Iiee Feldman, D. OIBrien, Conrad Fink, .Iaek Harned, Manning liookstaff, Richard Iivenson. quet with Thomas L. Stokes, Washington columnist. Officers for the year were Conrad Fink, president, Jack Harned, vice-president, Manning Bookstaff, see- retaryg and Dean O'l3rien, treasurer. honoring the guest speaker, Dr. VVendell Johnson of Iowa I'niversity, and the graduating seniors. This year's activities were under the management of Harriet liirehhoff, president, Mary Burnham, vire- presidentg llelen Suettinger, seeretaryg and Sandra Stein treasurer. 7 First row, left to right: J. Person, L. Nelson, S. Stein, IC. Miller, S. Klurfeld, B. Bass, C. Berlin. Second row: F. Hang, li.. Erick- son, .I. lioyer, M. Burnham, Dr. Irwin, H. Iiirehhotf. N. Benja- min. H. Suettinger. Third row: G. VVilson, M. Hartenlierg, M. Ifldwards, II. Rugowski, N. Fitz- gibbon, li. Bewitz, B. Riebe, L. Zahour, IJ. Holshuh, IC. Farris, I.. Gottlieb. Fourth row: .I. Lassnian, Ii. Atkinson, .I. -- Beaniish, T. Speea, N. Fleve- ' land, A. Sabin, 82 First row, left to right: S. Stn-in, M. Hartenlmerg. Second row: Mrs. Mi1lllll', .l. Km-iser, P. 0'N0ill, A. Sabin, N. lionjaniin, Third low: J. Beatty, N. Nm-lx-l, S. Benson, li. Hopkins, Ii.l,it1lc-, J. Botliarn, C. P:mnc-nic-r. Zeta Phi Eta Zeta Phi Eta is a national professional speech arts fraternity for women representing all phases of the speeeh profession, invluding dramativs, Oorrec-tion, and education. Members of the group sponsor play readings, dis- Walking up and down hthc hill" to Basvom Hall, the center of I ind S cllssos is a flmlll L1 choir for Studi nts L Sz S Courses A chemistry quiz svvtiori discusses the week's work. Q smazvmzw H 2 wif Tr www mf W 2"3fMfZ North Hall :uid L QQ S studv11ts IH2l.iOl'illg in ninth are ir1S0pz11':1blc Chvmistry labs are fzuuilizlr to most L 8: S Studi-nts. licuimls :irc often given by music students iu L 5: S. 84 lllln-., STATE UF W! , ISCONSI CENERQ AL HCSPUQ AL IWM' . A ? vi ,. ff? I airpk V! FW 5323 iw? sa? Q I-5 tl' ' F Ag, T... 1 S "I y- K. if First row, lett to right: A. I.1-rnvr. M. Poll. M. ltovslcr, I.. Jost-ph. J. Toplinsky, I". Ha-iclnt-r. Svlnnitz, H. Class. C. Grail, M. Shnlliin. D. Ii:ll't'0IHO. Second row: IJ. Millor. I.. YVW-tl. IC. Rossi. J. Klint-. J. Kvith. J. Potcrsoii. VV. Ilzilmt-inn, I.. Hillvr. Ilr. Mirltlloton. Il. Morris, lt. Stockton, M. I.ovc-tt. J. IiIl1lt'l'lli, lt. Toll, li. Ht-lwicl. G. Ii1'UIlt'li0, J. Dnliois. Third row: D. Ilmnpel. C. Iilnvk, IVI. King. A. Iizigon, IJ. I.:irson, tl. I'it'ns. It. Stvin, J. Wwir. lt. l'll'tllllZ, D. VVoocl. .I. I.vlNIivnx. J. I.illy. G. O'Iirivn. J. Davis. Fourth row: P. Vilzxllestaitl. M. Stnt-ssy, Il. Johnson, Ii. Poznn- oski, J. Iiipponlmn. J. VVtfinstvin. ll. Frzinklin, J. lim-prnun. Il. Thnrvll. G. Mvlinv. ll. Mntzkc-. VV. Ilvin, H. Fnilor. YV. Ottvrson. G. Ilolrnes. Fifth row: lt. Ostvnso, I.. Hvinx, I. Sli-ttt-n. J. Dhnvy. IC. Stucllzili. ll. Songt-, F. IIl'l721ll, Il. ICtlinondson, lt. Fritz, lt. Ilzinson, M. Iirivlison, M. Spitz, 141. Iiaxstwootl. lt. Ulson, G. Nittz, IJ. IIHIHIIICS, VV. St'lll'tltl0l', P. Bot-ln1'r. R. Goodinztn, W. Card. I". flillllll. I.. Potts. Vledical School flrI'2L4lltLltl1lg in Juno, tho seniors in mocliral svhool have haul rich c-xptwioiit-vs in thvir professional training. iuiigiiigg from onclless anatomy tlissoc-tions :incl all-night reviews to pick tlirowing at the- Donn and the proclnv- tion of at stago show, HSkits-O 'l"roonia '53." Scholastic'- ully, there may have boon some tumblos. but as prep- aration for zirtivc meflivnl p1'zu'tir'v in tho near future, the t-loso relations among Class members have boon most pluastiiulmlo and profitablc-, and at unified spirit runs high. Tho senior your divitlos the vlztss into many sevtions, all at some time eiiguging in work in Chicago, at Statvszni. llc-nclota or XVIIIIIQIDZIQLO Stato Ilospitals, and at the lfnivvrsity Hospitals in Klzulison. VIIIIFCG months are also spent on at provoptorship wlu-ro the senior works with 21 pliysivizxn in somv XVISCOIISIII rommnnity. Nvxt year, out-h will he serving an internship in some hospital of his own vhoosing, untl subsequent paths are as tlivorsifif-tl us thorn- aro svniors. lit-fore long. onvli now Ilvisr-onsin clot-tor will have forgotten his tvnsions and znixiotivs, fatiguv and frustration. Ile will I't'IT1t'IHlJ0l' his morlivztl 0illlt'21ll0ll :is NV0llllOI'l'lll days. spent with XYOIltl0l'l:lll pvoplv, wliilo ltxilflllllg ai wonclt-rful prol't-ssion. The Dean ot' the Illtxtlltill school is Ur. NVillizun S. Klitltlloton Zlllll the rlziss oflLir'vrs ZIFGI Ilnvo Morris. Presimlvntq John Iiippcnhzin, S01-rotary-'l'1't-z1st11'e1'. 86 Donn VVilli:1ms S. Miclcllvton propnres his l0"t-ll1'G on Hllziwaiixin Mt-clivino ' ' 'PS' MESS I - M A it if l i l it f fi 4 'XSS 5 tt " ,Q .. A ' ' Y if jr If , T f . Q9 1 j sg . ' - 'ff' V ,Y 5 S, V , b A A Q.. Q 6 N--Y, -,. I ia ., ,W M H Q NULA 33094 ASHA DORIS ARNOLD SUZANNE BARNES ALTHEA CALVERT mama minute new me :warm BARBARA WUFRLII f f ac' f f my ff? ,Ag --' Q , W V., 'Y I A - T CLASS OF i954 M NANCY ummm mms ,ELLAN0 ttrnt W 4 ' J W' 41 ,.-V 3 X 5 ' ' "'i sv "us Q, .-, X M- 'I .p- ' ,ge- nmmf meme-M mmttes Mnegv nawn .iomsow PATRICIA mm BARBARA xeofrzn on-me Lwrineunc Q, x , I I , K . A ls lf T is N - i ti-vs T ' eg: M f K ' ii f " . 1 . , . 'F P ,. 'i .ai T N " ' w.,.,,,, MLSON ELLEN PAUL at ft most mm wav MARILYN stonemcxsu HOCHEU-E SONY! i W, Yf', A ",', A A - ,, -f :, ' ,Q s..'...f" I at Q , .Juan E wan S296 wi smurrta Amgug Sums Lois 'MURWAGHTER MARGMU LRIXMARDT on ZIEMLI Graduate Nurses The Nurses' Sr-hool is organized in assoeiation with the Universityls Medical Sehool and the State of VVis- llospitzil. The aims of the Sehool to give adequate preparation for eonsin General of Nurses are: the sympathetic' vnneed training eaire of the sic-kg to stimulate nd- und researeh in spec-itil fields of xmrk within the realm of nursingg and to foster :Leu- demie edur-ation us an uid to pi'ofessiom1l experienee. The Seliool was opened in 1920, and in June of 1927 the first eleven student nurses reeeived their eertifiezite of graduate nurses. Sinee then the number of girls grmrltizittiiig from the Sc-howl has inereased ear-h year. The direetor of the Nursing Sehool is Miss Klarjorie Klaelizieliluii. 87 Pharmacy School The Sc-hool of l'lia1'n1ac'y, ostablishod on the lfniver- sity vzimpus in 1883, has bevoino one of the best sc-hools of its kind in tho 1-onntry. This was tho sovond sc-hool of its kind in tho l'nited Statics to be vonnected with 21 stntc university, but in 1947, Wvisvonsin was first in tho nation to ostzrblish full professorship in the Hold. Tho first dirovtor of the school was Dr. Frederick B. Power. ln 1893 Dr. Edward Kremors, known as the builder of phzlrmzivy at XYlSt'0llSlll, took over. Now tho Domi of Phzirmavy is Ur. Arthur lfhl, who has been head of tho dopartment since 1935. Under its able loaders, tho Svhool of Pharmar-y is Constantly vontinuing its expansion of modern labor- atory oquipmont and aclvznic-iiig 1'vs0zii't'li and dis- oovory. uunts Ill t it S4 hool of Plinr1n:1Cy hnvv at lot of 1alJoi':ilory Work. t ,io ,. ,.,,. r,.W,i,s L 5,45 """ IQ-7-5-gif -'rf fgffifgf' fgififlfri -2 Qi: -1.8 M' W TVX l""' l.,v,M-H is l E:sf"'4W74,i H-my .rv X Yi f" S! J gffgfaigfsai ii Kappa Epsilon E9 if RTI' First row, left to right: Mary Stuitll, Sally Anclm-soil, Pnti-if-in Br-rgmzm. Second row: Mui-lys lim-1-:ilu-. Xmivy lAllllt,lf.fl'l'll, Phyllis lDt'll,II1IlIl, Cnrlzt St'll2l0ft'l'. Third row: Carol Stoltz, Sybil lilumc-r. Kappa ltlpsilon, :L nzttimml pl1zu'nizu'y sm'oi'ity, was Offir-01's werv Phyllis llvttmzm, prcsiclontg C'zu'ol loiimlvd on this vztmpus in 1925. 'l'ho ohjc-1-t mill pur- Stoltz, Viw-pivsitlciitq l,olz1 llopkiiis, I't't'Ul'tllllg sewe- posv of thc soc-ioty is to unite wonivii Slllfl0lllS in phzxr- tary: Pat Bergniztii, f'oi'1'ospm1clii1g soc'i'ottii'y: Mztrlys mzlvy, to stimulate- in its invnihvrs at clvsirc lm' higher Roxwiike, t1'ez1st11'e1'3 zmcl Mary Katy iispvrlwirn, his- sr-liolztrsliip, to lbstm' :1 pi'ol'c-ssimml voiisr-iotisiivss and toriati. The lltlYlH0l' ol' Kappa Npsilmi was llr. Louis topmvitlt-u lmrmrl ot'lz1sti11ggloyalty.:u1flt'i'iomlsl1ip. liusse. X9 Kappa Psi The Beta Psi chapter of Kappa Psi was chartered on this campus in 1922. This pharmaceutical fraternity is organized to conduct a mutual fraternal society to foster the profession of pharmacy. Every semester a scholarship is offered to a deserv- ing pharmacy student. A homecoming party for alumni and a spring formal are sponsored by the fraternity. Orhcers this year wore: Dennis Dziczkowski, presi- dentg Lyle Block, vice-presidentg Gerald Schneider, secrotaryg Robert E. Berry, treasurerg Ken Ender, chaplaing and Earl Sallander, historian. Serving as advisors were Dr. Dale Wvurster and Norm Carden. First row, left to right: R. Whalley, R. Hoffman, R. Schwartz, J. Donovan, H. Malnory, J. Sullivan. Second row: J. Stieher, IC. Sallander, K. Ender, L. Block, D. Dziczkowslii, G. Schneider, R. Berry, R. Hoffman, A. Pomush, C. Sleep, J. Gray. Third row: A. Chandek, D. Paulson, li. Kampa, R. Shaffer, H. Lange, M, Dlr-Xmore, H. Collette, R. Clark, P. Hartuug, J. Dickman, li. Harris, J. Sladky, Fourth row: A. Teplinsky, A. Tliorslmakken, H. Eglash, J. Kort, R. Rudeen. J. Degen, K. Coshun, V. Crane, J. Podratz, ll. Rust, J. Decker. 90 Rho Chi E First row, left to right: Iirirl Szilhuich-r. Koiiiwtli liiiiic,-i'. .lohii Gray, Sully ,Xllli1'I'SIlll, Cilz1I'h'S Sloop. Rif-h:ii'41 Childs, Gs-mimi Sviiiioiiiffi' Second row: R0f.fL'l'1ill4ll'UIl. Riolizml VVl1:1ilc-y, Dc-iinis Dzim-zkowski, liohort Sf-hmirtz. Holm-rt Clairk. I"i':mkli1i Ivorson. Rolwrt IgP1'I'y Tho pi'ii14'ipzLl purposc- of Iiho Chi, il0l10I'21I'y phar- iiizufoiitivzil som-iofy, is to promoio The zidvzLm'omoiiI of tho phai'nizu-oiitimil sm-i'vir'es through tho oiivoiiiuiggv- mc-111 of illi0iil'f'U1Z1i sc-holarship. High stziiidzmls of s1'iioiz1i'ship ziro ai Il01'0NSllI'y pi'o-wqiiisiio for momlmor- ship. ghll :uiiiual aiwuiil is givoii to tho froshmziii piimiiiziriy slluloiit with tho highost svholzistiv zu'oi':1gLc. Rho C'hi also sponsors tho Ii!'GIAIlC'I"S Memorial Loi-- lure, givoii hy an oiitstziiicliiig spozikc-1' iii tho Hold of Sf'i6Ill"G. The zulvisoi' is Ili: Parks, tho iiowly olevterl iizitioiiail si-4'i'etzLi'y-Ii'oz1s111'c-i' oi' Rho Phi Soi-ioly. The prosidoiir is .Iac-li Gray: Vivo-pi'esicioiil, Ken ICi1clei'3 svi'i'oIz1i'y, i Sully Aim .Xiirlorsoiiz ziiirl fI'0ZlSllI'01', ICzii'l S2liif'llill'l'. U1 Wisconsin Pharmaceutical Society The lYisconsin Pharmaceutical Society is a service group, whose olmjectivc is to promote an active interest in the advancement of pharmacy and pharmaceutical learning, and to create better untlerstaiiding and fellow- ship het Ween those persons interested in pharmacy. Members of thc Society automatically hecomc asso- ciate members of its two parent groups. the American Pharmaceutical Association, anti the Wisconsin Phar- maceutical Association. Memlwrsliip in the organiza- tion is open to anyone in the school of pharmacy. The group mc-cts monthly at the chemistry huilrl- ing. .Xmong the events sponsored hy thc Society this year were a Christmas Party for thc children of the Morningsitlo 'l'.B. Sanatorium, Madison, a series of professional programs of pharmaceutical interest, a picnic, semi-formal dance, and a senior hanqnet hon- oring graduating pharmacy students. One of its major projects has been thc cstahlish- ment of a stuclcnt spcakers hurcau to giyc information about the school and profession to interestccl groups. Officers are: Robert Schwartz, presidontg Jerry Stie- hcr, yice-prcsitlcntg Carolyn Ziehm, secretary: Lyle Block, treasurer, Dean A. ll. l'hl and Ilr. .Xl Lem- lmcrger, advisors. First row, left to right: ll, Berry, S. lgllIl11l'I', S. Anmlcrson. M. Staitll. X. lainmlgren, M. liocrnkc. P. lgL'I'f.fIIlI1Il, if Schat-t'cr. J. Tatarsliy, T. wltlgt'I11tlll. J. Mc-ycr, J. Donovan. Second row: VV. Quandt, li. Childs, Isl. Sallantlcr, ll. Herman, P. Dottman, R. St-liwartz, Dr. lmixilrcigc-i', J. Sticlmcr, li. Block, C. Stoltz, CT. Gorslic, A. Ptlllllltill, H. Malnoroy, C. Sli-cp, J. Gray, J. Schnciclcr. Third row: .X .Uhanclek, W. Kuhr, A. Telinsky, C. Stointlorl, li. lic-ichcrt, li. lianipa, K. Sclnii'l'cr, W. Lange, P. Stafslcin, A. Smith, M. D'Amorc, li. Collette. lt. f'larkc, P. llartnng, ll. Dziczkowski, J. Slaclkcy, .l, liampereur, J. Decker, llicharml Ilottman, llonaltl Ilollman. Fourth row: VV. Smith, H. Gglash, .X, 'l'liorshakken, M. Urth, F. Iverson, K. Forrest, J. tlrncinwalmlt, J. liort, J. Rice, ll. liutlccn, J, D1-gen. K. Coshnn, X. t'ranc. J. Potlratx, ll. Rust. li. liangc. J. Sullivan. li. lvliallcv 92 , lpha Delta Theta 2 f l . ,4 . Lfv l L, A First row, left to right: M. Lanz, R. ljllllllillll. D. M2iFSll2lli, ll. lflglin, J. Berk, J. .xSl'llPIllJI'GI111Ql', J. W1-lwr. Second row: D. Martens, D. Zeehel, D. Drill, Miss Thorngzite, M. Singer, B. Rj'IlflQll'S. Third row: D. Damvilm, J. Hiller, lf. Cornfia-lil, N. Sehniiclt, N. Leopold, N. Grosser, B. linrlm-n, B. Seals, M. lflric-kson. Fourth row: N. Daimmann, I.. Kvllvnlxerg, S. Smith, Ii. L4-clvina, M. Steiner, IC. Lund- inzirk, J. Ponti, li. llc-liner, M. Giesrlien, O. Hemminger. Alpha Delta Tlivlzi, ai p1'oi'essi011zil mediral fevlnml- ogy sorority, was founcled at the l,'niVersity of Minne- sota in May, 19413. The purpose ol' the Sorority is to zulvaiire soc-izil :incl llliOll0ClllZll 1-oopewitioii :incl fellrmw- ship zlnwng inoil-tw-li stiulz-nts. It vrezites aniong its inomlmers greziter llllil0I'S'KE1llllillg ul' other meclirzxl fields. The S0l'0l'llY. wliivli meets in ilu- Memorial lvlllllll, sponsors the Founders Daly Banquet on Fclmriia1'y ninth, :incl the Easter Party for rhildren in the Ortho- pedic lluspitzil. 0H5r'0rs are: Donna Drill, president: Doris Zeehel, Vice-presiclellti Donna Rl1l!'li'llS, treasurer: Mary Singer, SQI'I'Oii1l'y, Marilyn Lanz, f-cn'r0spoiicling Sl'C'l'0lill'yQ and Bonnie Hyllrlors, hisforizin. 93 , S C, Sehmidt, W. Liechti, R. Sybers. G. Roberts, lf. Rubin, T. Montgomery. R. Whaley, G. Groth, R. Douglas, O. Arneson, J. Swingle. Fifth row: F. Born, G. Stebbins, J. Roekey, G. Crandall, W. Seibold, T. Roberts, bc-rg, R. Stiehm, D. Fink, B. Stoehr, C. Starr, D. Hansen, R. Graf. u Sigma u Nu Sigma Nu, a professional medical fraternity, has been on the university campus for twenty-seven years. The fraternity sponsors the Tom MeCormiek Memorial Award which is given to a deserving freshman medieal student who has made a signifieant eontribution in one of the basie medical seieneos. The fraternity has many soeial func-tions including Phi hi The purpose of the Phi Chi medieal fraternity is to be a fraternal order of medieal students and prae- tieing physieians. The Tau Beta chapter on the Wis- eonsin Campus was established in 1921. The fraternity sponsors the Bardoen hfemorial lien'- tureship in honor of Dr. Bardeen, the founder and the first Dean of the first lViseonsin hledieal Sc-hool. pledging and initiation banquets held at Blackhawk Country Club, a f'Gay Nineties Partyn, a Christmas Party, and a tobogganing party. The ohcieers are Donald M. Monson, president, James D. Whiffen, vice-president, Richard VVallrieh, secre- tary, William H. Gadow, treasurer, and Dr. Robert Schilling, Advisor. Another annual event is the initiation formal held eaeh spring. Dr. Joseph Lalieh was the advisor, Thomas O. Miller was president, Ben F. Russy, presiding junior, Raymond E. Skupniewiez, seeretaryg Milford S. Of- strom, treasurer, and Robert VV. Edland, chapter editor. First row, left to right: C, Knight, IC. Miner, R. Mataezynski, A. Fuhlbrigge, lil. Pfefferkorn, R. Schmidt, T. Miller, J. Siebert, C. Graf, C. Sehoenwetter, C. Hut- son, J. Billings. Second row: S. Ayres, T. Martins, J. Kieraldo, VV. Munson, D. Sehulz, J. Her- man, R. Dougan, R. Bemriek. R. Taake, D. I.:1wrenl'e, VV. Ayres. Third row: D. Mc-Leod, M. Phillips, P. Kroening, M. Hinke, R. Holder, P. liadlet, S. Nuland, D. Bailey, II. Yama- hiro, R. VVolfgr:iin, L. Herman, M. Schultz. Fourth row: R. Pointer, R. Sneed, li. Smith, G. Wieston, C. VVQ-igent, R. Skup- niewiez. B. Rusy, O. Baertscfh. G. Gallo, G. Bryan, J. Kaufman. Fifth row: R. Iildland, J. Steffen- son, R. Berge, P. lifbling, H. llrgan, M. Ofstun, K. Beissner, R. Olson, .I. l+'erwerd:1, D. Downs, H. Jameson, U. Grassl, J. Goe- thel, J. Hughs. ai First row, left, to right: J. James, P. Poeniseh, W. Atwood, T. Olsen, J. Weat. J. Mc-Aleavy, F. Jansen, W. Gadow. Second row: D, Monson, P. Soder, J. Me- Kenna. H. Riordan, R, Szyman- ski. J. Szymanski, W. Cook, L. Fink, M. Roesler, T. Fox, P. Sc-hoenbeek. Third row: VV. Nieolaus, R. Brisbin, J. Ellis, R. Wallrich, R. Dorn, T. Subiteh, J. Keepman, D. Wood, W. Wolberg, J. llanson, J. Simpson. Fourth row: D. Miller, L. Weed, Steinmetz, J. VVhiffen, S. Wvag- ner, D. Baker, J. Tanner, H. H. Failor, R. Olsen, L. Rosen- Lf"-Q. m.,A,,..-ff L.,.a-was w MQW 4 4 -Q .-ff ' 1 . ,MSW Eivw ,fre-f .Nw ff X Mwmaig ww S F4 fm , 5' 'ifi 58i37.lg3ssig V. M gk .ffm Q' 7 .gy Q x 5 Xi ax, 2122 we 1 dm Law School l.aw l,ibrnry The lvniversity ol' Wiseonsin Law Sr-hool, one of the largest in the l'nited States, this year entered its eighty- sixth year ol' existenee, and its lirst under the leader- ship ot' Dean liitehie. It is the oldest state law sehool in the nation, and one of the first to institute a three year eourse of study. It has always stressed the need for previous eollege training before admission to the sr-hool, and the neces- sity for praetieal experienee as an apprentiee in a law otlire, previous to being granted a degree. Those stu- dents xvho sur-eessfully eomplete the Law School p1'o- gram, are made members of the bar immediately upon graduation. The Law Sr-hool has an excellent library eontaining approximately 70,000 volumes. It has its own student sell'-governing body. the Law Srhool Assoc-iation. The lVisr-onsin liaw Review, founded in 1920 and published four times a year, eontains numerous artieles on legal eases and problems. The board of editors is made up of seeond and third year law students. Many law students, too, are at-tive in the Madison Legal Aid Soeiety. The lVist-onsin liaxv Alumni Assoeiation is responsible for several scholarship funds and helps maintain con- taet between the law sehool and its graduates. The Law Sehool Building ,lb Dean John Ritchie Phi Delta Phi First row, left to right: R. Swatek, A. Sehnmar-her, F. Mintz, A. Lann. L. Hammond, C. Littlefield, P. Zrimsek, B. Reid. Second row: W. Chipman. H. Miller, D, Rumpf, S. Cratis, N. Daley. M. Klien. J. Bremer. Third row: G. Rice, L. Gram, T. Bracken, W. Sutherland, R. Nelson. S. Fink, R. Consigny. Fourth row: D. Gruender, L. Culver, M. Sager, J. Shannon, J. lilsinger, IC. Grutzner, R. Damon. Fifth row: li. Krueger, W. Rutherford, P. Sr-hwarz, l.. Hall, D. Casey, K. Tippet, J. Maelver, D. Heaney, S. Brnger. Sixth row: li. Smith, R. Wanasek, F. Brewster, J. Peyton, li. Stewart, T. Priebe. Phi Delta Phi is a legal fraternity whose purpose is to tive Board, and the Law School Assoeiation Connell. promote scholarship and foster legalethies. Otlir-ers for the year were Lanrenee C. Hammond, Several members were prominent in Law Sehool l'112lglSlt-'l'Q:hl'll1lll' Laun, exeheqnerg Charles Littlefield, activities. John Collins was editor-in-ehief of the Law elerkg Franeis Mintz, historian. 'Phe advisor is Profes- Review. others were members of the Law Review Exeen- sor Ilowartl L. Hall. 97 X ncy, G. Lynn, li. Cunniiiglnini, R. Callaway, D. Johnson, D. Lund, li. Heidcr, J. Whitman. Second Row: P. Sreenan F. Black, J. Halfcrty, G. Tcsch, E. McMahon, J. Flynn, li. VVcbstcr. Third row: L. Swcct, B. Hackman, J. Burcliingcr, W. Sturm, H. Bruno, H. Nichols, E. Nix, R. Meyer, D. Rush, D. Wnrtinzm. Fourth row: D. Dc- vinc, li. Newcoincr, J. Stein- hilbcr, G. Moorc. S. Stagnitto, P. Stebbins, K. Ohm, M. Miller J. l"ritschler, J. Grust, B. Ku- balc, T. Purcell, J. Peitri. Fifth row: W. Gehrmann, C. Senn, M. licistichow, A. Hillman, li. Reed, G. Grossman, D. Schef- rine, K. Kimmel, P. Kapell, Phi Alpha Delta Phi Alpha Delta, one of the oldest law fraternities on the campus, aims to supplement Law School educa- tion with talks and forums with members of the Bar, and fellow law students. Gamma Eta Gamma Gamma Eta Gamma, a professional law fraternity, is organized "to promote legal learning, to reconcile practice with the theory of law, and to promote fellowship in study and practice." Several members are prominent in the Law J. lgllllll, J. Jacobs. The fraternity, founded on an actual legal contro- versy is headed by: Earl McMahon, Justice 3 VVarren Sturm, Vice-Justice, Jack Steinhilber, Clerk, Harrison Nichols, Treasurer, James Burschinger, Marshall. Association iBoard, and the Wisconsin Law Review. Raymond H. MacMichael was chancellor, James Deliouche, vice-chancellor, John Oswald, treasurer and Carl Brill, secretary. Professor Richard V. Camp- bell was the advisor. First Row, left to right: D. Burns, A. lfgent, T. Marko vich, J. Deliouche, M. Levine, J. Wakasuki, R. Blazek. Sec- ond row: F. Taylor, J. Knchck A. King, H. Lcnsky, J. liictl, J. lflclgzir, R. Thimke. Third row: J.yRicharcls, N. Fons, H. Millcr, C. Brill, J. Cogne, N. Sicgl, R. MacMichael. 98 First Row: left to right: P. Gridi- ann - A 1-...N X vw K MW hwwwua... pw.- ,S 'E ,,,, museum v-. we -I ,1.M.f5,, ,el-V' -HF ai nr E A . , A: t in f ,E.... , V I W fr ,4 4 ii., -wg.,-My ww M A-.N-.N MM., -my ,. "h...,w M X f W--..,., rw--.M 5-,pin-sf-..Q,NQ,...at...,w-uv 4 1 5 K 4 , ff" ww A MM. ,-.sf - W 11-wr M . awww: wwf. ...M WIQQFZN ' -'1iP.5?'3isvv-umm' :Q M . VL . I. . . -1.,, mm K M ""'ff.f f.. ,Kg f ,ff A ., sux- 4, .ef 'XR , A . 1 .'ff., " - f -ak, in i'4w'n'f.f' ' 1 fy . 1' I .QV i F 'iv Ndqv., i ,f - R35 Z K. agqa, L' if A V' 7 if ' , X Q ...Vs i , xii , xi ,mini K f' I Md' Nr 2:36 X Dm. x., 0 Cx 'T - IWYJ 5 New Memorial Librar ,,,,,,,...:i ' "v- """ T ig .Th -T' 'lu 'Y 'V' I -, fwfv 'W' in-n...... One of thc main reading rooms in the New Library. Looking in at the rare book room on thc fourth floor. Architect Roger liirchhoff, designer of the Memorial I Library, describes the new building as "a modern of the formal classical design of several surrounding campus buildings." The L-shaped building, set on Q, 443 g the eastern edge of the lower campus, has brought Rllll ll00KfTXllll5!' 'V llew beauty to the Vniversity of Wisconsin campus. llRlTfiRf,fmR, ls In contrast to the pillared Historical Library, the i i Memorial library is without columns or other oriia- mentation. The plan for this five story, grey stone and glass structure, was excepted after seventeen other Q ii plans had been studied and rejected by the Univer- sity's Library Building Committee. The committee tried to pick a library plan that would be a total service, a laboratory for research, particularly in the social sciences and humanitiesg a place where any citizen might Hnd and use its printed matter, a building that would offer adequate and accessable study space, a library that would be both flexible and provide room for expansion if necessary: and mainly an aid to good teaching. The Committee picked just such a plan, the new library has 2,250 seating spaces, reference rooms, corresponding rooms, graduate reading and reference rooms, typing rooms and almost every other type of room that would appear in a Hpcrfcct library." i?1fWi" "tml A - , Several years ago, university libraries were thought, of exelusively as repositories of knowledge. Today, however, a library is the c-enter of a eampus, with 'textension eentersl' in many other eampus buildings. Although the new Memorial l,ibrary's ten stories of staeks now eontain about 500,000 volumes, all the library books on VViseonsin's eampus are not in new surroundings, for within seven braneh and four eollege libraries, additional books are eoneerned with speeial fields. Eventually, every volume in the braneh librar- ies will be listed by author in the Memorial Library, a goal now elose to realization. No longer, as in the 1870's to the 1920's is the l'ni- versity leaning heavily upon the library of the State llistorieal Soc-iety. Our new library has eome of age, and now takes a position in eomplement to that of its landlord of fifty-three years. Together these libraries now offer adequate serviee to the university students and faeulty and to the eitizens of Wviseonsin. As stated on a plaque inside the main entranee to the Memorial Lib1'a1'v,"tliis building isdedic-ated to the men and women of the l'niversity who served in the armed forees of the l'nited States in the set-ond iVorld war. Many of them gave their lives that we might live in freedom. Let us not forget 'tthe Memorial Library is a beautiful and fitting tribute to these men and women who served in Vllorld lYar H." , ,.i i l +-ff wxk, M ,,,.,......--- -if 4 , tg IH' 51559 Q? ,lit '17 xi 1i7A4 tg fm if . X 5,51 1 ,: la . :ga i i g 3 X l XX Slide-out shelves are handy for books not in daily use The sound-proof typing rooms are always in use. nvenient st udy eorners are provided among the referenee "star-lasf' lOl ,,...-aw N if C'onn- on, Hurry" Tlu- l"1-Ut l - is all PE rout tru strirt 5 5 .un-.N Liz VV:it,1-rs Pi-ir on ri typivzil wc-ek-rlxiy aifteriiorni. ummer School Iievziiise seveiul thousznid students attend summer sclioul does not ll0l'0SSiLI'lly mean that ull these same students spend all summer hitting the hooks. As the pivtures on these two pages might indiwite, most of the time piers are 4-i'mrtlecl, cfanoes float ut will. and ,Q smiling hunts suil regulznrly. The two pivtures on the top were posed. The violin avtuully haul no strings, it :incl the pages of the hooks were blank. lint summer svliool is :in excellent plziuw to c-ateh up on clt-linqiieiit vrcdits und grade points while having ai Dl02lS2llll Vzivzltioii. The status quo nt' the regular year disuppezirs as the girls luke over the liI'tll0I'llllf' houses, :ind stay out until 11:00 nn week nights. Shorts, szinduls, und swimniingg suits go side by side to r-lass. The grad student min he spotted by the pzilo 1-olor he gets spending his nl'tei'iiomis in the sttzwks. All being vfmiisitleiwl summer sm-liool is an expel'it-me xvhieh any nurinul r-nllege student should not miss. X flu-11 again you miglut gvt to lw tlw Illillillll man. On :L 5 yi' L il .. ,W if M ' ,fgfvrv m,,Q,,sr5'g f f . ff 'L X , if I J - HEL , R K an 14. S , , , N M . , 4,.g9x.,. i -,V X . A X ,, A Q ,A ' Ai .4 L av fr I ' 4 4 ' A N , sf 7 .. - M ,, V i X, " I 4, ., fx 51. 5, 4 A I yi 6 Agn' lr '71 Ls' " ' SUIIIIHOI' I11llSil' stuck-mls listcn to nu inlprolnptu l'0llf'PI'f.1 Summing :md studying am- always vollbirlcd :lt HUIHIHOI' school. HI f'21Il,t swim." 'F .41-f I e "" v. 'Y' i , 41? f ll zllwuvs IIZIVK' to do SUIIN' work :nt Sl1Il1Illl'I' svlmul, but ' sunny clay Hlf'I'i',S not am Ulllllly 1Ji0I'UIl Mzulismfs "Rivi1'1':1', 103 lf' ' 7 t w AL, f ,. . A L "' ,. A x fs, . M, ,. ,W , , .R W .- .. L, 'SL 1 3' a x an 1 154' 'ska' w A 5, . '55 1 Rathskellar Easy does it, boy. EvvrVhodV's ot :1 U iokvr fave." ., ., l The lizithskeller, loeated in the ground floor ol' the Memorial Vnion is an important part of lVisr'onsin's vampus. Here you min disvuss the affairs of the nation, hear :L jazz eomfert, see vampus vampaign skits ol' various and sundry sorts, informally dine, drink, and espeeinlly he merry. In the summer the boundaries of the Ruth- skeller are the l'nion l6l'l'2L4'P overlooking lltiillllrllilll Lake Mendota, hut in the winter the atmosphere of the Rathskeller is contained within the German sf-ript r-orc-rocl walls. The liathskellc-r takes on ar new nir when Prom night 1-omes around for then the formally attired prom goers take time off from the dune- ing Great Hall, to listen to some Dixie-land jazz, played at this yearls prom hy the River- boat liasvals. On other more typical nights of the year, Rathskeller is frequented hy those who find studying amid zwtivities more to their liking and hy those who find studying altogether impossible. All in all, the liathskeller offers zwtivity, atmosphere, and fun for all. l.l111l'lllIliIlll' "Ratt" 104 3 1 2 3 4 ff f 3 2 5 3 sk 5 s S K, x K f Y s. K 9 3 E 51 2 -2 K N S ju gm- ,mm ., . :- str N55 4 :: :::'f.:!" 5' ttudent Senate E l i l l Outside, left to right: John VViley, Joan Pomprowitz, Dave Stignani, Bruce Mann, Mrs. Don Hamm, Marsha Pallister, ltenni Kangas, Tom Chalkley, Statton Rice, Martha Langer. Helen Potts, John Hobbins, JoAnn Hallquist, Dick Creager, Kent Peters, Jim Iierglund, Kathy Daulmert. Inside: Don Johnson, Fred Kramer, Prof. Hartshorne, Ted Crabb, Prof. Halls-rman, Jim Srott, Kay Carney, Mary Ni:-liolaus, Tony Cadden, Jack Harned, Miss i'll'tllll'4'S Cumbee, and Mary Mzilill. The lVisr'onsin Student Association is the all eampus governing body of which every student at the lfni- versity of Wiseonsin is a member. The Student Senate is the legislative branch of WSA and is eomposed of presidents of representative groups and those senators chosen in campus wide eleetions. The offieers of WSA ' are eler-ted by the student body ear-h spring for a one year term, and among other duties, the otheers preside over the Senate meetings. Any legislation c-oneerning YVisr'onsin students and their aetivities must pass through the Student Senate. Wiseonsin students are best aequainted with WSA through its eampus wide projec-ts. These projeets inelude the Prom, Considered the soeial highlight of the yearg Campus Chest and Campus Carnival, the proeeeds of whieh go to eharityg the Badger Bleek, responsible for spirits at the football gamesg and Par- ents Weekend, two days in the spring devoted to aequainting the parents with the eampus and the School. Statton I.. Rice, President. 106 Left to right: .luihin ll :llc uist Tum Flu ilk . 4 , , . lt-y. liulhy lJtllllN'l'l. .lim livrgliiml, Mary Nll'llUlIlllS, llnvv Slip 11:u1i. Inside: John lluhhins, :xml rlitlllj' Vulfltn Executive committee: i E ft Tom C'l1:1lkls-V, Buzz liirc-. Murthzi lizuigvr :xml lit-imi lizmgus. Legislative Council ,Xll lc-gislutiuii whivh pzlssos il1l'OllQQll thc Stllll0lll Stxlldilf? must first hc- pmsmittotl :il at meeting of the l.vgislutix'e C'm11111iltm-. This romrnittt-0 is vomposvcl of the XYSA Vive-pl'c-sitlelil amd tho eight flistrivt l'0pI'0- smltativos. .Xny pc-rsmi or group wishing lcggislulimm mixsiclwvcl hy the Svlxute-, first hriiigs the proposal to tht' lmigislatiycf Corriniittvv. Tho ronmiitte-0 passes it on to thc- seimtv with itsl'c-f'u111n1t'mlati1ni. Huvh of the hzisit- work of XYSA is dom- hy its stzmding c-ommittc-vs. 'llhv Puhlif' llcilatiolis Dc-pt. plays :ui iliipmtziiit pzirl hy infurniing stutlcnts of XVSA zu-tivitivs. l,0l'SOIlllOl c-oiuliirts intc-iyivws for for all mlvpzirliuviits :mtl spc-4-iul pmjewl m-liuirmvii. 'l'hv l'llll2tIll'U clvpl. tlrziws up tho lillilgltll, clirovts tho XYSA 'llrzivol lillI'021ll. tho stile ol' xYlSl'UIlSlll rings, :incl uwuiwls WS.-X St'll0l2ll'SlllpS. llumzm Ri'l2l.ll0ll 4-ummittvo spun- surs illl uiiliuzll 1-olill-i'c-i1r'v all CQIIHD Aiiokijig. 'l'h0 Inl'e1'11:1tiui1z1l lielutions voriiliiittm- plains thx- zumuall ruovk VN t'0lli.Gl'0Ilf'O whiwh was zitlvmlecl hy more than 300 stlulc-iits. Tho SlllLli'lll S1-1'vir'v zmcl NVQ-ll'm'0 clUIT1lHlllf'0 is in rlimgce of c-lmriiy clriws lllI'tJl1g2QllUlll thc svlmul your. 107 tudent Court ,pf rs 1 Standing, left to right: G. Dennenberg, R. Tc-han, B. Kuhali, D. Rosenberg. Sitting: J. Haydon, W. Gehrmnnn, D. Johnson, C. S4-liaefer, Clerk of Court. Student Court is the judicial braneh of Student Government and through it are handled eases of in- fraetions of Student Senate rules, some types of traffic- violations, and specific: Regentls rules. Court is staffed by interested students, primarily those studying law, who find they can gain useful experience in this way. This year was a husy one for the twenty mem- bers who serve as Justic-es, public' defenders, and prose- ruting attorneys. Besides the regular eases, they hear 108 many arising from the new ruling whicfh required regis- tration of student driven automobiles. Court sessions were held Thursday afternoons, and the business ofHCe was open daily to hear vomplaints. Charlene Sehaefer was Clerk of Courtg Nant-y Oakes and Jan Lueal were deputy vlerks. Bill Cehrmann was Chief Justin-e, and Don Johnson, Court representative to Student Senate. Standing, left to right: .1:111111 l,1.1'1'1'1'. J:111111 .1111i1111. .111.X1111 U1s1111, 11111 S111111g1':1ss, Mary 1g1J1lI1, S11s:111 1'Iv:111s. Sitting: S11i1'111y 1,1-wis. .l11:111 17111111. .1:111111 Blills. X2111l'f' N1111111, 51151111 1111130111 A T1111 big p1'11-111111 of the 1Xss1111i111e11 1Y11m1111 S1111111111s 1his y11z11'w11s U11-ed 1V1111k. 1111111 i11 1+'11111'11z11'y the pro- gram i111111111e11 11 1'z1s11i1111 show, 11111111 days 111' 11a1'11111's 111111f111'11111111s, 111111 displays of 1'111'11i1111'e, 1111i11z1, sil1'111', 111111 1i111111s. New 1111mi11z11i1111s 111111 51111111111 sys111111s,S1111i111' Swing- 11111, 211111 plans for 1Vis11111i1111111111, 1111111 the 1111111111i1 111111 111he1's busy 1'111fi11i11g 11111 AWS p111'p11sef 111 be 11111 11111161 111' 111111 1111 w11m1111 s1111111111s. O1'H1-1111s 1111- the your W11111 .11111o1 Mills, p1'PS1C1f'll1Q .1111111 Dopp, vi1111-p1'11si11111113 N1l1lC'j' N1111e1, S111-1'111z11'y. .XVYS 1111-1-11's W111111 was 11111 lvig Il1'U'11'1'1 101 1111 11 11 w1111111 1111111111111 g1111s1 S1l02l1i1'I'S :11111 11111 ' ' 11 K 77 M:11'11111 . ummer Senate Front row: -lllll Shorr, Howard Jan-obs, Bonnie Stein, Fred Krauner, C':1rleen Sauer. Joel Kinnnel, Marilyn Moeller, Jounne Mornsh. :ind Libby GfiIIlIllltI'. Back row: Janet, Mills, Peg Greiner, Ted Crabb, .lohn Israel, John l'lI'llSl'l1l1:'1', :indJoz1n PUII1IJ!'OXV1fZ. Summer Senate ezrrried on LL varied program during the summer session. The biggest projeet of the summer was the fifth zuunial drive to raise money for ehildren of the Weupon migratory workers. 'l'he money was raised to send teaehers and reereationul equipment as well us aid in reereutional fueilities for ehildren in the urea. .lounne Morzish wus ehairmun of the drive. Members ot' the Senate spent 21 day visiting the projeet. 110 Another projeet begun during the summer wars an attempt to get at workable exam file whieh would be eonvenient and useful to students during the year. Old exams were eoller-ted and various departments in the l'niVersity were asked to help out. Summer Senate also wrote new students eoneerning the NYSA fee and diseussed il program by whieh the purehuse of eluss rings und pins would be faeilituted ampus Chest Aguila we returned to yesteryear for tht- 1953 Cam- pus Vhost slogan . . . "An Eduf'atc-cl Dollar Makes Sollsvf' l'ncler the spark and enthnsizisni of Bob Lvvin and the vommittcv, S2900 was r'ollvc't0rl. Solici- tations wore f'hieHy rztiscd through appeals to Vniver- sity honsus, dormitories, sororities, and fmto1'nities we-ll as from street vollovtions. The drivv was supple- montvcl lay the annual Clnnpns Carnival whivh brought tho clriw within its goal. C'hz1irm0n were Pat Willie-r, c-0-01'di1n1to1'3 Bill Duff, Arlc-nv Traps, and .loy Boll, dormitoric-sg Dirk Lane, fratornitiosq Marilyn Jones, sororiticsg Ilan Tehan, pulmlivityg Don Fritz, clisplaysg Pat Wutzkv, svc'retaryg Dan Weiss, strevts: and Iilltllill' Goldnor, flIl21lll'6. 5 V Top: Campus Clic-st rolls-r'lor Nuncfy Hr-rric-k Qollovts from tivo rivli students. Bottom: Prvsidcnt IC, IS. I"rc-ml is presents-cl with tlll' first 1953 C:unpnsC'l1vst lmutton. Campus Chest committee, left to right: lifllllill' Goltlnvr. .Kr- lcne Trvps. Marilyn Jonvs, Iiolm Lovin, Pat VVillnn', PutW:11zlu-. IJIil1r1lt'lHlll, GQ G15 S..-V l M3 Iv! ILUN1' Joe Stone .lim Sliorr and Jim llieff were the big wheels in the Badger Blloek during the football season. Badger Block The Badger liloek 4-ard r-heering seetion, XYiseonsin's latest addition to the half-time gridiron spectacle, enjoyed its initial sueeessful year performing flash eard stunts and serving as a ventral eore for eheer- leading aetivities and general spirit at the games. Founded early in 1953 lay Stan Kulakow and .lim Shorr as a department of the XViseonsin Student Assoeiation and sponsored liy the Inter-Collegiate Athletic Department, the lmloek ranks as one of the more reeent avr-omplishments in the great strides taken by student government. The liloek lioasts a memliership of some 1100 partiei- pzints seated between the 45 and 30 yard lines in the west, stands and performs during programme and half time eeremonies. Its program eonsists of simple and animated series stunts exeeuted for our visitors. Expansion of hloek aetivities features: installation of student ushers, elevation of loud speakers to',10-12 feet, addition of eommentary to stunts by the of'Hc'ial band narrator, teehnieolor films of the stunts, and use of Walkie talkie devif-es at the Hnal game to eorreet mistakes in stunt exeeution, alignment in seats, and flipping proeedure pref-ision. The group is supported jointly by the lViseonsin Student Assoc-iation, Inter-Fraternity Couneil, Pan- Hellenie Count-il, Men's Halls Assoc-iation, and Inter- Collegiate Athletie Commission. Joe Stone and .lim Short have served as direetor and ehairman respeetively. Y -Q . if wma? asm 41,4 ......i"""--f-""' i L Sig tt 63, K., A if . I , Q 7,7 Hua , Seated, left to right: Maret Small, instruction card ehairmang Bunny Luliin, Banquet: Karen Tackle, Administrator: .lol-Stone, Direetorq Xaney Faber, IJI'OdllCl1OI1SQ .lim Shorr, eliiefg Geri C'olien, seeretaryg Fred Hart, eardsg Jim Ric-tl, designer. Standing: Carole Eisner, public relations. Ill I! X 7 The Badger Bloek ellairmen spent many long nights working on new designs and ideas tor this year's lun session at Camp Randall. A New Experience The Badger Block was probably the greatest thing that ever happened to the students who usually viexv the football speetaele from behind the goal posts. The advent of the Bloc-li brought to mid-field a rabid group of semifore artists who under the direetion of a small eult of enthusiasts, thrilled thousands of fans at eaeh home game. Besides flashing a number of brilliant designs the liloekers used the eards as pro- teetion from the rain and from the splinters. Oeeas- ionally eards took to the air and sailed merrily into the eroxvd below. But despite the weather and a few students who didn't put their heart into it, the Block survived the first year and should beeome a perma- nent tradition at lYism-onsin. ,iw .Toe Stone blasts instructions over the loudspeaker to the puzzled members of the bloek while handymen Shorr and ltieti gave invaluable advise. The peanut vendor lost his peanuts in the exeitement. fic:- -my KYLS 'Sf if "The lCnd of iowa" and it looks like it was. Some say the eommittee in eharge ol' entertainmeiit spent most of their time entertaining themselves. ampus Carnival The Sigma Phis and the Kappas portrayed the violent life in their skit, "The Shooting of llungerous Mr. Mc'Goo". The Chi O's mulled their rabbit throu h the streets and linall ' D l SI 3 got it to the heldhouse. W The 1954 Campus Carnival will long be remembered by the 4,000 people who jarned the fieldhouse, April 2 Two firsts were established in this yearis show. 353500 was donated whic-h is 351800 more than has ever been given. Partic-ipation hit an all time high fifty houses joined fort-es to make this year's 1-arnival the most sueeessful ever held. 'yTwirl a Girln presented by Vietoria llouse and Alpha Epsilon Pi vaptured the best partir-ipation and fieldhouse ticket sales award, Chi Omega and Sigma Phi Epsilon won the trophy for the best all-around Booth, while Kappa Kappa Gamma and Sigma ,Phi won a trophy for the best non-audienve participation entry for their show "VVherels Nlr. lXlagoo'? H 'tAnimal Alf Al VVhc-eler, won the Karnival Knight vontest in a close raee. The Blade, Chartruse Moose and Philon, who was one step away from Mars were other aspirants in the vontest. The vommittees were under the leadership of Mau- reen Sinnott, Associate General vhairman: Carol Sielaff, set-retary, Lefty Butensky, programs. Joanne Morash, public-ity, Lloyd Hornbostel, Fieldhouse, Dave Marsh, booths, Al Gay, promotions, Dave VVallac'e, arrangements, Lowell Goldman, finance, Nancy Mueller, buttoms, Diek Thomas, eontestg and Mary Agnes Hope, judging. Carnival Cornmitteemeng l.owvll Golcluiuii. Nunvy lVlllIlll1'l',i limi Carol Sim-lull, IA-fly liiifc-risky, .luruiiiv Mimmsh. Lloyil llmhslmsmli-1, Supiro, lNl:i111'c-M1 Simiutt, llivk rllllflllliw, Aggie- llopo. Dxivv Mursh. Missing: Al Guy :mil Dzivv W:xIl:1c'1i. 'l'hv C'hi Omvgns slum' thx- l.0l'I11 which won thc-in '49 first plzicv ut thc- H354 C':1iupus cl2ll'lllV1ll. Tha' .l 1'm11initlvs- f'0l't:1i11ly was justifiml in giving illt'Il1 thx- honor. i 1 .P-W Philoii :it lwxst :ittl':u'tv4l mzuiy girls vvm-ii though he llllllllf get Illllllgl 1 vfffw T0 lwill' fxlllmfll M- 'l'lll'fl:ll'lllVill500110 lmuluwllikvtliistonll wlmgot into thc- ilppvi' mlvvk :xml looks-rl ilu v , fM17rn-M -'13-1 1-4A----inf A f A group cliseusses one ol' .the problems f'fHll,l'0I1l-Htl by the VN. 'ewE ,.. XA "-Na., Two of the manycliseussionslielcl during: the two-clziy eonferenee. llfv The movli VX General Assembly lu-lcl in liirge Hall, - K ' W'y 7 fi? . A.,W . UN Conference l The Eighth Student United Nations Conferenee l was held on the ezimpus Marr-h 26, 27, 285 and was l attended by more than 300 students. The International Relations eommittee of the lYiseonsin Student ,Xssoeiation plans the eonferenee whieh is attended by many notable speakers. This year, Arthur ll. Liveran, Delegate of Israel to the linited Nations General Assembly wars the prineipul speaker. The purpose of the eonferenee is to zu-quailit stu- mlents with the workings of the linitecl Nations through zietuzil partieipntion in a Hhloek VN" session. Be- sicles the General Assembly there are many Cfounc-il Sessions during whieh many of the zietual problems fueecl by the UN :ire cliseussecl. JoAnn Hallquist was ehairmzmn of the Conferenr-e Committee. l K V "fury-,RY ,f f- . . ,ff .M-ff" ,J-f" -ii i-I s ark . W-H K, .HL--, i .::s::5: . : zz, egg, 4 .. A w:n,fw, :: ., fm.2,, 2 .. W-ffsefk V- , -my mailsm- 1:---4,-:: ,, fm Q . vwsrskgf H iii D L Q 'SJW' 2' . 1f,. .5 ..l,, ' I - f "f5Q +-fviv F Z, 5' 1 fe. ua , K X ..... . 25 2, 5 L if EW L 2 .,.,,., V,iw , LQ W igigi -FMA - W WT, zz sfi e. Q- 1 7 ,, E .K Zi? 55 1.2 Q 5 . Qwff 4- ,JM F. If ' 5 G 35? Q fli 5 ggi M, 1 V.. ,r ,Q Q N ff 5'-s WV ,A J: , I M' L-I Hz. 57 21 36 XT' , , Qi X f ' xii? ' V f y Ks!-gr A E. MQ - . .. - g b--f- 4. ,. ' ' i KFQWQEV SY Mjigiglziff ' -. 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Jerry McNeely, a graduate student at the Uni- versity, wrote and directed 'KVVait and See" for Haresfootls 56th anniversary year. It was the Hrst Haresfoot original in five years. Approximately 100 students contributed their time and effort to make HWait and Seen a great success. Dave lVeiner served as president, assisted by John Vincent, business manager, and Harry Bandouveris as Public relations director. Other officers were Chuck Redel, vice-president, Fritz Friday, secretary, and Bob Teska, member at large. Heading the cast were veteran Haresfooters Dave Rlatson, John Yincent, Arlan liosenbloom, Dave Weihaupt, and newcomers Tom Sankey, Hank Dop- kiewitz, Bob Herold and John Dittrich. The 16 piece Haresfoot orchestra was under the direction of Don Voegeli for the fifth consecutive year. The choreography was conceived by Harriet Nelson Narowetz, who did another excellent job. The famed kick chorus' -in two moods. Harcsfoot Hgirlsu before and after. 9 FULLER OPERA HOUSE TUESDAY, FEB'Y. 1899 THIS "HARESFO0T" Cl.l'B PRliSl2Nl'S .xi,i:x.xxniei: iurxnxs' ROMANTIC DRAMA EDWPTN KM DIRECTION OF MR. Nl.-XRCL'5 FORD. CFXST The Haresfoot Club Mr. Louis Ward, Mr. Gray Montgomery. Mr. Edward Fox. Mr. Marcus Ford. Dr. C. C. Chittenden. Mr. Michael Lynch. Mr. Sidney Ainsworth. Mr. Fred Peterson. Mr. Charles Vilas. Mr, Robert Gay, Mr Fred Clausen. Mr. Henry Esterly, d Mrs. Richar Briggsx Miss Jessica Davis. Miss Ethel Virgin. Miss Leora Moore. llanngcmcm ui llr. Ernst Krmisliagc. PRICES: i'5i.o0. 75C. 506. 256. The liig 'l'lu'vc- .lorry lNIm'X0vly, Illllhlll' amll cliiw-1-toi': Harrivt Xvlson Xarmwtz. Ch01'wigi':iplim'g ami Don Voc-goli, iiiusival mlim-r'toi'. aiicl staiiflarcls of The many llarvsfoot lJl'Oillli'llOllS Siiivf- 1898, llarvsfoot has liven tho "l'aVo1'ilv eve-- lllllg at the theatefl for ITlld-WOSf6l'll auclieiic-vs. Fai' more than all amateur 0I'g2i,l1lZill'lOll, llaresfool stages shows that oftuii surpass p1'ofessio11al pl'OLlllI'llOllS. Several thousamls of dollars are iuvostecl oar-h year to assure that a professional appearing show is preseutocl and that Oar-h show live up to the quality of the past. This yua1"s show was another in a serios of originals staged hy Haresfoot. Book and lyric-s were written by .lerry Mc'Neely as well as most of the musiv. Don Vocgeli assisted Mr-Neely in tho final proparatioii of tho musir-. 'RKQFHM - Q Svated, HMiss llarosfoot ol' 1953" surrounrlml hy judges. Thr jiulgm-s wow rm-al girls. this uizuiy c'nnt0st:1iitsaiicl Members of the Haresfoot Board of Directors: seated, Ray Hilsenhoff, Bill Purnell, and Don Tyrell. Standing, Harry Bandouveris. John Vincent, Fritz Friday, and Bob Teska. Haresfoot Board Haresfoot's laws and policies are made by the Board of Directors. The Board consists of four students, two Haresfoot Alumni advisors, and one financial advisor. The alumni advisors are D. W. Tyrell, chairman of the board and president of Ray-O-Vac, and William Purnell of MacNeil and Moore. They have been associated with Haresfoot since as early as 1920, and are invaluable to Haresfoot's policy makingi body. Ray Hilsenhoff has accompanied Haresfoot on the annual spring tour for many years. His assistance as financial advisor makes it possible for Haresfoot to conduct activities necessitating a huge budget, the largest of any campus activity. Dave Weiiier, president in 1954, serves as chairman of the board. The others members of the Board include John Vincent, business manager, Harry Ban- douveris, public relationsg Fritz Friday secretary and Bob Teska, member at large. Y . 7 Dave Weiner, President 121 Military Ball Clievkmattf . . . Kings and Queens flaiict-cl as the game of 4-hess unfolded at Military Ball, April 105 The vhess motif, symbolizing war, was enlivened by striking red-orange and blavk decorations. lYhile a massive liingls vroxvn and rivhly voloreml Quoenls Coronet surveyed a towering rook and im- posing bishop engaged in battle eavh with their knights and pawns. Blore rhesslmoards and pawns completed the lavish set over the vastle whit-h hold the hand of Monty Hacker. The six Badger Beauties reigned as Court of Honor for the Mil Ball King, Mike Cyivana, who presided over the festivities. In vividly volorful military fashion, the traditional Grand Marrh was led by the Com- manders of the liilitary Departments. The Joint Military Board of seven military sovie- ties as sponsors, selec-ted Ray Hunder, general chair- mang John Michael, decorations, Bob Schmitz, pub- livityg Dirk Gilbertson, Finaneeg and Wayne Taves arrangements. Top: Col. lVIt-Bride presents Svrolls to Badger Beauties Mary lin kt-r and .lo ii Dortvr. Bottom: The grzintl mnrr'h 122 i 1 King Miko Cywzum :mil his nlzite. Mil Ball chziirmziu, Ray Hunder Committeemen, top row: Chuck lngwc-rsori, .lim Lawson. Ed lJl'2Lgl'l', Pvto Jziffu, Jim Hillvr, Bill Kivssling, Stu lNIOI'i-'ll0llS9. Bottom: Mark Silber, Erir- Frvitzig, G14-ri Knllflllilll, Bill Spovm-Ok, Top Row: Idvg Wm-mf, .larry Hgigey Bob Kgwmmw-lmk, Bottom :uid IJOII Kc-ith. row: Huy Miller, Milt Gvssvrt, Bob G:u'dium-r, :mil Bob Stephan. nQgnf.f1! - .ilwqq Humorology Committee: sitting, left to right: M1111-111111 G111'11111' .11-1111111- 111'l'l'y. 111'IlI'y 1i1'I'l1S, 111-111-1111 1'111111'1111111: 111' AIIII1' 1911-1111 .1111- S113lll'. Standing: A1 .1111'1111S. 11111115' 111111, .11111 1V111 1311111-1-. 11111' c1IlI'll1'j', 111111 -11111 11111111-. ,!!,f1'1', .11111 1111. Humorologv J . 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Qlim-ii Corky lJI'l'XV1'y is prose-iitml with 11 lmqllvt. Flu 1' L if Xt, , 5 Pix 115,-:fltlxx ?"'v- I ,xl AJ!! 'Pr -Q gfl , -Y ..u' It t:,ff,,'K af If in ,lt 1 ,J six Nl. 1' ,. ,ix ' ,215-L Q gVig'4Kv'l . L! x, 8 5. A' XP wits following tlic- livcstnvk judging guvc- thc- taxis swim-tliiiig to smile' att. x an Pan hel committee, left to right: Pat Melntyre, Sue Hilgers, Cathy Einum, loin Fagan, lliz Burton, Marilyn Johnson. and Shirlee Stafiel. Pan-Hellenic Ball Rouge and ruffles roused revelry at Pan-llel's an- nual Ball in Great llall this year. .lust for kieks, a lively Can-Can ehorus in 90's eostumes with net stoekings and pantaloons daneed to 'Tlaite Parisian." You guessed it, the theme is Moulin Rouge. To the delight of t"l'oulouse Lautrerv who sketc-hed her, Florenee Filleul of Paris, Franee Con Pan-Hel fellow- shipl, impersonated a left hank eafe singer. .Ioan Fagan, Alpha Phi, really got the Ball rolling as its general Chairman. Gamma Phi Beta Kathy Einum arranged the entertainment, and Pi Beta Phi Pat Maelntyre arranged the arrangements. Marilyn Johnson, Delta Zeta, ereated an evening in Paris with her 1'ed-mill-ef'l'lel-tower deeorations. Elizabeth Burton, Kappa Kappa Gamma, adapted the Lautree posters in four eolor silk sereen as pulmlieity ehairman, Sue Hilgers, Kappa Delta, designed the tiekets, a lnlaek leg with gold garter. Mary Ann Strong, Kappa Alpha Theta, took over promotions. Shirlee Stafiel, Sigma Kappa, Hfondled the franc-e", that is, the finanee. Profits of Moulin Rouge will he used for Panhelle- nie seholarships whieh are given to needy eo-eds. 127 A left. lmank singer and Toulouse llautree better known as Florence lfilleul and Tony Stelvluns. onn VVeiss direets Pan-hel Chorus ttopli the Noulin liougc ean-eau gals entertain "just for kieks". Pledge Presidentgs Dance Blow Tllilll 500 voiiplos were v1'o11'rl1-cl into l1I'02l1 llz1ll for 1111- 1954 Pledge P11-siclo11t's lJL1111'v as the musif- of .limmy Hllaiir-iiig Slim-S" l'z1lme1' kc-pt most of the c'1'm1'cl claiir-ing. Divk Sc-lineidei' reigiwcl ovoi' the llLLllK'6 as he was vlifmsvii as Greek God by the students atteiicling the claiwci. Dick is ZL Beta T111-ta Pi. E1l1i'I'12ll11IH91l1 was offwvrl by the ll21I'QS1i00i orgziiii- zatirni who lllld0l' the di1'c'r-ti011 of Uhivf Dave- 11111111-1' presented suverzil singiiig iiumlmers 211111 111011 treziic-nl the 1-mwcl to 21 sw-119 from UWz1it and See". liurb XV0ll1l91', 1954 Prom Queen i11t1'orl11r'ed the twelve c'a11rliclates for C111-ek God duriiig iiitc-1'missi1111. Der-r11'z1tio11s 1-oiisistod of l'Cpll1'2lS of Various pledge piiis of f1'z1l01'11iti0s and sr1ro1'ili0s. MOIQ th 111 100 couples 1111 1141041 the 1954 Pledge Pl'0S1lll'I11,S Dainve. 1 ' 11- ,, I 1 'PW The Phi Delts featured a Hreal gonell Dixie Bash. Greek W eek The eampus again took on a llellenie atmosphere as the 1953 Greek Week got under way. The lively 1'ound of events was initiated by a general eonvoea- tion of Greeks in the Ifnion Theater, featuring the Pan Hel chorus and prominent speakers. Problems of organization, finanee, and ways to pro- mote the ideals of fraternity life were the topies during the week at Greek workshops, but soeial diver- sion was not overlooked, Exehange dinners and a bridge tournament brought out the fraternal spirit. Friday afternoon a Greek Olympiad at Conklin Park found sororities out in full foree pulling a tug-a-war rope while the fraternities sprinted over the grass in the annual ehariol raee. WVinners and losers eelelirated together at four Dixie Bashes. An all out pledge workday on -Saturday morning was followed Saturday evening lay a well attended danee in Great Hall, a elimax to a sueeessful week. Iiy Anne Fleming and Don Glotzen were eo-ehair- nien of the week's events. llfl Left to right: eo-ehairniang If Q? Bob Little, I-F president: Ly Anne Fleming, general Donn Weiss, direetor of the Pan-Hel ehorusg Maurine Sinnott, eonvoeution ehairman, and Ralph Schneider. The Greek VVeek Olympiad featured :1 group of galloping Greek ehariotiers and zi sorority t,ug-of-War. omecomin l i 1 ln Xlphi Xi s incl tln Phi bigmm lx Lppas took ulv nit lgc of the sunny day to drive on Langdon Street with the top down. The "Biggest Show of 1953," the theme of this year's homer-oming show, aehieved great suecess as the high- light of the weekend. Friday evening featured the Sauter-Finegan Orchestra with ''doodle-town-tones'', the BillylVilliams Quartet with their rendition of MBe- eause Your Mine", the eomie dance team of Rochelle and Beebe, and Ben Beri, the master juggler, all com- bined talents before a erowd of 10,000 in the Held house. During intermission the homeeoming eommittee pre- sented the eampus deeoration trophies. Sigma Alpha Epsilon eopped the all lfniversity trophy and first plaee for the fraternities. Other trophies, presented lay members of the eommittee, went to 'l'urne1' House, lX1en's Dormsg Barnard, lVomen's dorms trophyq Luth- eran Ilouse, independent housesg and Alpha Gamma Delta was awarded first plaee for the sororities. The Badgers, playing before the past All-Americans from W'iseonsin on Saturday afternoon, nipped a fight- ing Iowa eleven in an exeiting game whieh ended in a seore of 10-6. 130 19 Saturday night at the Homecoming dance, 'KHome- coming Haunts", 1000 spooks were swept away under the haunting refrains of Ted Wayne, in Great, Hall, Wally Stebbins, in the cafeteria, and the "Riverboat Rascals" who added their touch of Dixieland to put the finishing touches on the evening. The main event of the dance was the crowning of the Homecoming Queen, Marge Hesse by Gene Lyn11, general chairman for the weekend. During the homecoming week such events the Egg Hop, a competitive egg hopping battle between "W Club" members and women's living units, at- tracted enthusiastic crowds. The honors, for the first time in the history of the event, went to the Alpha Chi Umegas. The other event was the all campus parade held Saturday afternoon, won by the Kappa Sigs. Due credit goes to the homecoming committee ably directed by Gene Lynn. Those working with him were: liay Hunder, assistant chairmang Mary Ann Strong, co-chairman of finance, Tashia Frankfurth, buttons co-chairman, Ellen Xyhus, decorations, Joanne Morash, publicity, Charles Bentzin, Big Show, Leon Dolnick, arrangements, Al Gay, co-chairman of pro- motions, Bud James, co-chairman of Homecoming ball, Paul Conaghan, co-chairman of promotions, and William Gibb, co-chairman of finance. The advisor for the committee was Wialter Ebling. Al Gay and Ray Hunder perform before 1000 students on Bascom Hill and invite Abe to ride in the Homecoming parade. Xf fi! . 4 . dk' MQW Mack House had the right idea this year. Gene Lynn, chairman of the atiair shows his committee members just Who's boss. Cowering on Hoor: Joanne Morash, Al Gay, Bill Gibb, and Emily Perreault. Flinch- ing: Bud James, Paul Conaghan, and liay Hunder. 131 Homecoming Is a Big Hair K :lf-' 'UUA A me of rry, xxvlxiillll. Hopi- Illlll Grailminski S114-:ik oiitsidv to play with swine toys. ff girls from Norris Hall go up on tlir- rc for 21 ln-tim' vis-W. Hunclrvds Pilllll' to the "IIoim-voiiiing I'Iziii11ts" :11T:1ir :it tlw lvIli0I1 :it whim-li sovm-rail groups of lovxll lulc-nt Ilf'l'i'lDI'I11l-'LL 132 -W'W'1 Wi Thv Billy lYilli:ims Q1i:11'tvt :iml thx- clzuive t4-:im of liuwlic-llv ai B01-lm Panic- along with thi- SIilll4'l'-l"lI1CflI1Il m'm'lwsti':1 to thv fin-lmllmusv. Blurgc- Hvss pn-sm-iits Ihv Sklif with thv :ill-l'1iix'1-nity Hmm-- 1-oliiiiigtiwpliy. V. 0. I 4 MN T1 5 Thu llvlts tlmught it W0lll1llPl'l-llll Lnllipllic ' lluwlis. 133 Q fs? .. ,,' Tflrigf 4. :M 914 X 4 i 1 I Firv :incl Irv it wus :is Wbocly llc-ruiain :intl his 01't'lll'SiI'2l pluvwl to If'0lflfl lfirv :intl it-0 . . . ai clash of lnrilliznivo zincl glittor, ai tonvli of rt-cl, ai smootli 0l't'l10Sll'2l, and the 1954 l'rmn was llllCl0l'W2ly. Great Ilzill lmevzirnv ll setting ol' sophistimition with silhoiicttes nl' ai top llzit, main in tails, gloves, c'oi's:igL0, :intl fashion-plate fommes against pant-ls of solitl glitter. Tliv music- of lY0ody llvrman :incl his Tliirtl llc-rtl r-olnplvted tlic- sc-tting :Ls promgm-rs tlzinr-c-tl until 2:00 A.M. Holm Arclc1n's orrlivstrzi in Tripp C'ommons untl the llivvrbozit lizisvals in the Raith- skvllzn' piwwiflotl 21 re-l'i1g0 from thv 1-rowclotl tlzinve floor. il full lmnst-. 4C'9r-sb K' :U ,gr ,E A1199 gk lin, is fits ES , A i ft 7 if gs , tff g Proin vlmirlnrin Ann XY1lllllPl'XYIlll Thx' six prom qnc-4-n finalists nn tho stairs :is BtlfllVV4'llI1t'l'lSIlllll0llllC'0ll2lSlllt'NYillI10l'. ...nr ,- The high point of the evening was the moment Barbara lVehner was crowned Queen of the 1954 Prom by Mary Alice Falk, last year's Queen. Her court of honor was composed of the Hve other final- istsel'eggy Caffety, Sallie Hathaway, Teddy Luedicke, .lean Riley, and Merrill Wheeler. The campus-wide excitement began weeks before the Prom witl1 the annual campaign for queen. Fifteen of Wisconsin's prettiest co-eds enlivened the halls of learning and campus bulletin boards with their smil- ing portraits. Dormitory and Greek house dining rooms were the scenes of entertaining skits and songs each featuring "the best candidate for queenfl Mc- Carthyism, and such controversial issues lost ground to the all important topic of the day -who gets the vote Friday night? Miss VVehner, top choice according to promgoer's votes, was sponsored by Phi Gamma Delta, Barnard Hall, and Delta Delta Delta. As her escort, Dick Wood, reigned as unofficial prom king. This year's prom, VVisconsin's 60th, was incorporated with the annual W'inter Week activities, being the climax of a planned week of winter fun, Hilarious and serious competitive events of ski jumping, barrel- stave races, skiing, skating, a11d ice sculpture were scheduled, but unfortunately W'isconsin weather wilted, and events were cancelled. Prom was preceded by a pre-prom banquet for queen candidates, committee chairmen, and their escorts. The Wisconsin Student Association sponsored the prom and banquet. 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University Life S Strenuous Right, top to bottom: The 'Doltsn :ind duties drink up. Shop-talk :it :1 Sigimi Kappa-Phi Kappa listening party. A quivt party :it thc- liousv. The Gamiufi Phis provide- fun :incl frolic in thc form of a sqiizm- clzmr-0. Thx- Chi Phi Uhmwolwc-s liolcl :L pow-wow. 1 A 4 X J ,. 'if 4' , .F ' X i i ..N...,v.ggf, ...M- Man v A ei u Q 4 5 X Q .P Wisconsin Players .X not so-happy sm-110 from tln- "Happy Timo." The Wiseoiisin Players 0l'g.f2llllZ2lllfJIl provides an ex- c-elleiit trziiniiig ground for Iizulger Bernhzirdts :xml Barrymores, hoping to t'I'92llf' g.Il'llllll10 Slllfl!'llt interest i11 The legitimate clrzrma. All of the exe-itement, lir-2111211-lies. :xml problems of 9. Brozulwziy p1'ocll14'tioi1 go into il lYisc'o11si11 Players play. This spring ended u SlI1'f'l'SSflll season of five highly enjoyed proclur-tions, "Bell, Book, :md Candle", "The Vlierry fll'i'll2ll'lT,H 'lliitier Sweet," "The Happy Time." :xml i'Tl1e A-Xclcliug KIz1c'l1ii1e.'l In ziclclitiou, am Open Ilouse aml ai play-wi'itii1g woiitest is held i'2lC'll semester. It is not all work us sovially there was :1 Clhristmzis party,Spriilgbaliqllet,z1mlz1pz11'ty with envh procluetion. Uffivers were Bev Speivh, presicleut: James Keutzler, Vic-e-presiclentg Nunvy Oakes, sec'l'etz1i'yg :uid Ethel Farris, treasurer. Mr. E. F. Reynolds :Lclvises the group. llorin Link :mrl C'lmm-IQ lleild in "lim-ll, Book. :mil C':mrlle." l l Two seem-s from the AiQllki'l'I'y OI'L'll21l'fl.Tl The A Capella Choir is the largest of the liniversity vhorztl groups ztntl stars in at great many vztmpus music' funcftions. The full zivtivities were rw-iitc-1'c-cl 21I'Ollllfl the procltlv- tion ol' Hliing Daniel," at dramntit- work for 1-horus and ensemble, given hy the lviliversity Symphony Orehes- tra and .X Capella Choir. Highlights of the winter nvtivities were the l,nthei' Mt-inorinl cllll'lSlIUilS 00111-4-l't A Capella Choir and the Krenok festival. An extensive tout' was Illililt' of l10I'll1CZLStCl'll Wisvonsin, visiting viviv, high svhool. and 1'llllI'K'l1 groups. fliTil'0l'S this your were Ken Szuinders, presidentg Hill Dany, vicfe-p1'esiclc-1115 Helen Starr, secretany-t1'eas1n'e1': and Jzwk Osterliutis, lih1'zn'izn1. The group is di1'c-etml and zulvisod by J. Russell Paxton, with Donn lYeiss assisting. First row, left to right: D. Brown, Ii. Mitchell, M. Otto, P. Sutter. J. Gm-lui. J. Gerke. Second row: M. liirlale. R. 'l':tpp:t. J. Past-oe' A. Cztlhoini, M. Rhode, D. Ploog, J. Payton. Third row: D. Vt-time, li. Us-Moe. Fourth row: P. Slightnun, M. Wnlk. Filth row: .Y Host-nlnlooin, J. H2ll'I'illjl,'llJIl7 J. Gottsvlmlk. Sixth row: J. Osttwlmiis, R. Hess. Seventh row: M. Rust-li. H. Starr, li. lint-gy. Eighth row: J. Goodrich, D. Hemp, P. Goetz, IQ. Spit-th, li. Gross, J. Hawes, J. I+'it,zgc-mlcl. Ninth row: B. Donk, H. Hoslt-r. Tenth row: IJ. Gallon, VV. Bevens, IS. llyr-bond, li. Wagner. Eleventh row: D. lietia, D. Sc-hnltz, D. Wnrtl, C. Pierc-e. Tweltth row: J. Plowmun, D. Smiilclvrs, J. Kujawzt. J. Mc-Kenxir-. Thirteenth row: S. Stitgvn, C. Hieltl, li. Ns-lsou, B. Cook. Fourteenth row: D. Ilornr-r, A. Prisk. S. Robinson, M. Griffin. Fifteenth row: B. Colvlnann. D. Mc'Go11gh, G. Voss. M. Qnztlv. Bmw i l-H 142 Director Ric-liaml U. Church Universit Symphon Urchestra The l'niVe1'sity Symphony fil1'l'hCSlI'Ll is one of the most an-tive vampus music-ul groups. These talented instrumentzilists are fortunate in having an enthusi- astif' clii'er'toi', lllr. R. U. Churvh. The Orc-hestra presented Concerts in the lfnion Theater, Music Hall, at Mid-winter Music- Cliniv, at the Senior Convocation in January, and the Krenek festival. ln spite of this husy agenda, The orchestra is avziilzihle for spontzineous llladison engagements. Their musir- is also available at one's fiiigm'-tips they are the l'0l'OI'illllg artists of many YVHA x'ec1ol'dings. Offir-ers were O. D. lJl'0IT10, president: lieth Blitchell, Vif-e-presimlontg Helen Hoslor, sec'1'etzn'y-I1-4-z1s111'e1'g Carol Kohl and John Kolpitvky, librarians. Amidst the muscles, morphine, microscopes, and medicine, the med student finds time to croon a tune occasionally. The efforts of the music minded medics culminated in the organization of Medichoir in the spring of 1949. In that short time they have become a top choral group on campus, winning the all campus Tournament of Song in 1951. Each alternate year the Marquette Medical School Glee Club joins Medichoir in a spring concert in the Mediohoir lfnion Theater. This year our med students journeyed to Milwaukee to sing with the Marquette Choir. Also on the program was a Chicago trip to sing for a national medical convention, Tournament of Song, a State Med- ical society conference, and field day at the Med school. A special feature is the Christmas concert with the Nurses' Dorm. Officers were George Stebbins, director, Ben Rusy, Business Managerg and Ken Beisner, librarian. First row, left to right: Dale Everson, Dick Schwartz, John Kieraldo, Tom Martens, Don Price, Bill Nicolaus, Sheldon Rosen, Gil Thatcher CAccompanistJ, George Stebbins CDirectorD. Second row: James Brandenburg, Kenneth Beissner, Richard Stiehm, Dolf Pfefferkorn. Richard Berge, Ben Rusy, Armin Fuhlbrigge, Warren Davidson, Ralph VVhaley. Third row: John Siebert, Edward Miner, Raymond Gustafson, Raymond Skupnicwicz, Harry Yamahiro, Jerome Szymanski, Carl Schmidt, Ted Roberts, James Hanson, Fourth row: Richard Bunge, William Cook, Paul Bauman, Hubert Simonsen, Don Fink, Bruce Stoehr, Philip Hellman, Ralph Dorn, Milt Philips. 143 First row, left to right: Kay Calvi, VVeyno Ohlrogge. Barbara Skalitzsky, Beth Kinn. Joyee lirogen, Arlene hflasear, Sally Gentile. llenette liortesma. Second row: Mr. J. R. Paxton, director, Mary Ann Johnston, Mary Huggins, Allene Kenney, Karen Kaiser. Gloria lietrum, Roinell Roeker. Lorelle VVood. Nlarv llou Sehoniisrli, Nancy lillis. Third row: Jane l'ltta libert. Marian Odbert. Peggy Nloungey, Joyce Fagg. Lorna Rell, Carolyn Parker, Ruth lilewin, Sandra Marsh, Judith Otto. l.ois lingelberger. Fourth row: NOTIIIAI Rrandt, Janiee Helgeson, lluaine Render, Dawn lfliner, Nina Krause. Joan Piowaty, Jean Zinn, Joyce Russell, Helen Godfrey. Judy Rehrens. Womenis Chorus The lVomen,s Chorus, like their male eounterpart. is an organization to stimulate musieal interest of all university women and is open to any Badger eo-ed. Vnder the direetion of J. Russell Paxton the group presented a l.uther Blemorial Christmas program. a spring eoneert, and undertook a six day spring tour of state high sehools. tJI'lieers were Joyee Krogen, president, Helen God- frey Vive-president: and liorelle NVood, seeretary- treas- urer. Menis Chorus This year Prof. Paul Jones took over the 3len's Chorus and direeted it in a series of fine eoneerts. The ehorus joined the A Capella Choir and Women's Chorus to present the annual Christmas program at Luther Memorial Chureh. The Milwaukee Extension Convoeation, Farm-Home VVeek, and numerous Xladi- son banquets also featured the chorus. A spring con- eert elimaxed the year's aetivities. Uhfieers were Robert Smith, president, Jim Robert- son, Vive-president, and Jim Klc'Nall, St'f'l'Gl2Ll'y-fl'GiLS. 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Realizing the part that these students have played through the years in the growth of the 1'nion idea. the weekeml ol' Nova-inlmer 13-15, 1953, was set aside for the 25th lmirtlulay party. Attended lmy alumni, favulty, and students, the velelmration inc-luded dis- plays, r-offc-0 hours, an anniversary hall, and a birth- day llillltllltd. But the rer'urrenc'e of old memories didn't mean that the l'nion was just looking lmavk, and as students began to gather around last fall's newly installed TV sets, it was apparent that tl1e XYisc'onsin l'nion was still keeping in front of the vampus in 1954. Television sets, installed last, fall, gave the Union living room :1 "new look" tor the :lIl111V4'I'SIlI'y year. l i A huge silver "25" on the liuilding front welvolned luzwk alumni from all parts of the vountry. Phose who r'ouldn't attend sent many letters and telt-grams of congratulations. The old "C'ounc'il Room" alppears tlrm-arv 4-oniparvd to its suec-4-ssor, tln- nnun lounge ot' today. .X eulor 11111vie 1-11111-1'i11g :111 pliznses of l'11io11 :11-tivity has l1ee11 :1 lug 2lIlIllVf'l'S2ll'X 1111111-1-t this ye:11'. The IHOVIK' will he I'l'li-'ilSt'l1 next 11111. f 1 P J: 'M 1 .4 +1 '-v Huofers flllfll'fCl'S is the :111 se:1s1111s 0V0l'Y1lllI1g 111111111t:1i11 eli1'11l1i11g. eeuter for o11t1111111' sports :uvtivities trom Sillllllg 211141 2ll'C'lll'I'y to skiing M.. 1 1111 211111 Candles Home 111' the h1'11a1lest parts of tl1e 11111011 IJl'0gl'2lIIl are 1-lII'l1lS1l0i1 hy its three C'1lllJH, Hmmfers, l11te1'11z1ti1111:1l Club 111111 f1l'Zll,1ll1l1Q C'l11l1. ll1111fe1's' big 21111111111 prrrjeet Hvvlllltfil' ll11li1111xe" was this year, for tl1e first time, 1-0mlmi11e1l with l'r11111 L1 Sllf't'1'SS1.lll e11111l1i1111ti1m11 exeept for one 1111eo11pe1'11tix'1- 1111tsi11e1'. tl1e NYCll1119l'IH2ll1. who 11ee1'ee11 that tl1e uvis- e1111si11 11111111115 111111111 h111'e 1111 NYlll1t'l' tl1is year. 'l'he1'e was 2111112111 si11e. 11111111511 HxVlll10l' XVill'II1-UPN fthe l'11i1111 XYlll10l' open housej, HS1111-Bull," 111111 1,I'0I11 all went 1111 even hetler 1111111 11s1111l, 111111 eo-eds' hare legs i11 tl1e Winter Week 1121111110 es1'z1pe11 the 11511111 1.l'Pi'Zlllg 1l'IHIJQI'l11llI'0S. l11te1'11z1ti1111z1l C'l11l1 111111 11 Very SllI'K'GSS1.lll year, 11s interest in lI116l'll2l110ll1ll 11111le1'st111111i11g11111 high. 'l'11111's. Fl'l0llL1S1llIJ hours, Overseas lieuefit Suppers, 1-11111111115 111111 hook e11lle1'ti1111s, 111111 the 11111111111 C'11st11n1e Ball 11igl1light,e11 the 1953-54 sehool year. 1111111 Club. to whieh 1111 g1'11111111te st111le11ts 1111 eam- pus helong, helcl sports nights. eoffee hours, 1'ee1-pti1111s 211141 tl1e lluse 1D2llll'9 11s well :Ls sp1111s111'111g Z1 '1'h1111ks- gix'i11g1g party with the 111te1'11:1ti1'111:1l fllllll. l11te1'11:1ti1111:1l Chilm ILIIK1 1117111 Clllll IHK'IIll7l'I'S get 10gl'llli'l' for 1111 1111111111111 party I'i'1IlXlllg' III 1VI:1111s1111 while 111111-h 111' the e11111- p11s1s1111 ,Tll2lll1iSglVlIlg v111':1t11111. l'11i1111 C1111111-il, f'UIllIJOHl'l1 111' S1l1l1l'Il1S, 1:11-11lty, 211111 :1l1111111i. 111:1kes 1'11i1111 peliey :11111 f'flll1l'01S free 111'11g1':1111 Ivlldgets. and ake Free all rampus events agziin this your formed thc- I1'12ljOl' part of Vnion programs. A feature initiated lust spring that Vflllflllllltll Very slit-vessflllly this your was the House Cornmittivvls "C'ofif0e: flrouncls for lJist'ussion," 1-omposvtl of i11- formal groups wlic-re stutlonts :intl fzirulty discuss rur- rent sulijvrts together. Workshops sponsored by the Frzzfts Committee ut- trzu-ted many stuclentis, 111'tistit'z1lly inclined or not, in- elucling surh sulijt-vts as wood work zinfl t'oppo1'o11amol- ing. In atldition, 21 cll1l'lSlIl"lilS il0l'0l'21Tlllg.I party, Village Fair, and Christmas C'rz1fts Sale were offert-cl. The third annuzil c'1'e-zitivv writing contest was the major event spo11sored by the liilmrary Committee tl1is year. Other features im-liitlcid ro-sponsorship of .lzinios T. Farrell with the Forum c-01n111itt0e, and liook talks on t'lll'1'6lll literature. Beefeaters, an tllllllllll family party for t-o111mitter- memliers, was one of the Vnionis Clhristmzis sezison highlights. A lJi1't't'to1':1tt+ H11-'I11lJl'l' is t-srortetl to the lim-fez1t01's ljlIlIlt'I', holtl tllllllltllly lor :ill t'0Il1l'11lill'l' 111e111lw1's. ' W1fa.153f.-1:1 "'t its 1 f-.fl -Q, .vjv i lJll'l'l'iUl'tliP, I'UIl11JOSf'tl of stutlont r'l1:1ir111e11 ol' :ill l'nion F0111- 1H1fft'l'H. plans :intl f'00I'lllI1Il,ll5S l'nion IJl'0gl'2llllS. 1 we 555, f QP If if 9, 3 i ww- -1 1 we 5 C'r:1fts t-o111n1ittcftf 1110111111-1's worli with the Lll3l'2ll'Y K'OI1lIlllllC'0 to run oll' silk Sf'I't't'Il posters ill the Fnion worksliop. Vllllflllgllt provoking sulijc-rts ure clisvussecl informzllly ut House t'UlIlIl1ltU't?iS "Collier: Gronntls for lJisf'ussion." me ,ft"'..."2'-x , . L . ',:f'4f7"- " :Qi -V .Neff f V we -I x s, L -XM nd Une to Grow Un The l'nion's fourteen committees this year plannecl nncl pnlilieizetl ai great Variety of in-tiyities and aicletl ezieh other in eswrying these ont. The year stzxrterl with interviews, eoinluetecl lay the Plaeernent eommittee, whit-h also planned the 'ilvnion Committee Daly" for new eommittee members. Piilmlieity for all prograrns was tlone hy the News lgl1I'0iLll, lvnion eenter for newspaper releases and pnh- lieity eznnpnigriis. The llonse liODl'9S0lll2lllX'0S, estzilmlished last year hy the Pnlilie llelzitions eommittee, fnnetionetl as eoorcl- inators with other ezimpns groups, besides helping to pulmlieize lvnion events in eznnpns living nnits. "Billiards for eonplesw was stressed by the Tourna- ments eommittee this year. This group also sponsored Wisc-onsin's purtieipation in intereollegizite games tonr- naments. hlemlners of the Film eommittee proved that Hmovies are lxetter than flyer" lay ezxpzteity erowds at Uhlovie- time" und the 'lflrezit Artists" Cinema Shop series. Agnes de Mille and Annu llnssell were among the names featnrecl hy the Theater eommittee. A new sub-eommittiee on rziclio and television aided other eom- mittees in planning rzulio nntl TY shows. Left, top to bottom: Pl2Ll'llIllK'Ill eonnnittee meinlmers :mill in eontlneting interviews for News Bureau Illl'Il1lJQI'S. During the summer, many lvnion progrzuns migrate onto the terruee or one ol' the ontmloor deeks, Members of T1JllI'Il2lIT1llllf-S :ind Pnlmlie Relations eonnnittees join in an inter-eonnnittee hillrircls game. Film. Tlienter, :intl Mnsie f'OIH1l1iiitll' meinluers are likely to lie fonncl in the Green Room, planning vairions theater events. A meinlier of the Virtnosi tli Roma shows :1 Mnsie eommittee member how the small hrwpieliorcl works. fm, The Music committee brought Heifetz and lluke Ellington to the campus as well as William Warfield, Lillian Kallir, and a host of other musicians, some as part of the 34th Concert Series. Other programs in- cluded Folk Sings, Concert Record Hours, and the 265th Sunday Music llour. .X color movie of the l'nion's many programs and facilities was one anniversary project that took place throughout the year. The film, to be shown for other l'nions and colleges all over the country, will include sketches of nearly every Union activity this year. Big names, from both today and yesterday, hit the Union this year for dances, speeches, and gallery shows. Freddy KIartin's band played for the Anniversary Ball, held November 13. The Dance committee, spon- sors the Anniversary Ball, offered 770 Clubs, Campa Dances, Kick-Off Balls, and llanskellers to add to the yearls dance picture. A few of the many Forum committee speakers were Trygve Lie, Dr. J. B. Rhine, John Dos Passos, Arthur Schlesinger, Jr., and James T. Farrell. A show of Leonardo da Vinci's inventions sponsored by the Gallery committee combined lectures on many phases of the great artist's work as well as a film of his life. The Gallery committee also showed the 19th Salon of Art, the 26th Student Art Show, and the 7th Camera Concepts Show. So, the Union's twenty-fifth year is coming to a close ibut ask anyone who helped with l'nion pro- grams this year whatls next on the agenda-J'Why we're thinking about our Fiftieth Birthday nowf' A show of ''Clontemporary Toysll was exhibited in the Gallery providing, as do many Gallery colnlnittee shows, a new out- look on art. Dr. J. B. lihine, who spoke in the l'nion on Uextra-sensory perception" talks informally with l'lUl'l1Il1 committee members for most students, the highlight of the UI1l0I1lS twenty-fifth birthday party was the Anniversary Ball and dancing in stgreainer-decked Great Hall to the niusic of Freddy Martin. . by t 1 x 1, This your tht- 3-lth lvllltbll fl0lll'0I'l svrivs l11'o11g2gl1t to tht- 1'2tIHIJllS tivo 1'0llt'l'l'lS hy UlllSfillllllllg1Q miisic-iz111s. Tho svrios was tmpoiuvtl i11 Xovt1111l1t11' lmy thv YlI'll10Si cli Ronin, rmiiptmsticl of swim- ol' tho finvst mllsit-iz111s ill Italy. 'l'l11- Yic-1111c1sv SOIJIHIIU, Wilma liipp mziliiiig hill' .VX111v1'it':111 lilllblll this yvzir, 2lIJpUt1l'0ll lzito i11 NOYQI11lJ91'. l,illi1111 lizillir,:1yo1111gt'1111c-1-1't pianist was11111-mnpziiiiecl hy tho l'11i1'c11'sity Syniplicmiiy fJI't'l10SlI'2l. William Wzirfivltl 111111 lla-ill-tz fillvcl out the sw-oiid SUIIIOSIOIJS IHllSll'2ll p1'f1g1'z1111 with highly Sl1C'i'OSHlilll 1-011- vorts. 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Ii, iq C-sb 'sf Sitting, left to right: Leonard Maletz, Wayne Arihood, editor. Second row: Sharon Smith, Ronald Carson, Tanya Sanders, Bob Keyes, Phil Glander Phil Schaeffer, Third row: Jim Reiff, John Nimlos. Pete Leach, Business Man- ager, Murray Humphrey, Gretchen Boesch. Miscellaneous heads courtesy of Ben Weiss and Murder Incorporated. Octopus The most unusual group on the Wisconsin campus is the one shown on this page. These students publish the Wisconsin Octopus, campus humor magazine. Octy, piloted by Wayne Arihood, editor, and Pete Leach business manager, published six issues this year. They ranged from the Interplanetary issue to the traditional Cardinal parody. Steeped in tradition, the Octopus operates on a strict schedule-one month late. Rather have the Carillon Tower crumble or Bascom burn to the ground than have the Octy come out during the month for which it was intended. Painstaking care and concern are lavished upon each issue. The group picture on this page is evidence of the high quality and craftsmanship attained in all Octyls endeavors. Although the mag is the highlight of Octy's activ- ities, many promotional stunts amuse the campus too, according to the editors of the mag. Occasional radio and TV appearances and humorous sound cars Ca trick in itselfj dot Octyls efforts to sell. Anything goes as long as it bears out the slogan found on all Octy stationeryf"'l'he Really Fabulous Clever and Scintillating Humor Magfl 154 Here are some of the Octy staff caught in one of their promo- tional campaigns. Advertising the Christmas issue, this group toured the campus and neighboring areas, filling the area with screams of glee, apparently f1'om reading the current magazine. Sales were low again for that issue and perhaps this group of urchins was partially responsible. Q Gigi C? 6? 9 1954 TTIE 62 0 NO O36 S ,Q .N ,-.g,Mm, , ,, ,f .- X Vffflifr, 5.,i.,, . , I ROLLHC SNHTH Editor BADGER ff ,IAFK MCC 'RORY Iillsilwss Mmmgel' li Badger -wut in A,if1,gfy W f-'grew ' Huntt-r, trzicll-r, and trappr-r .lavk Hariiml tvlls a small grmip uf HQXIJGICIQ wnrlu-rs of his latt-st 1-xpm-1'iv1it't-s. Naiivy Nivult-t aml Gail Tu rm-r, liowvvvr, IlI't'l't'1' to rvzul hiiiny sturivs, lNI:1i'giv Gfwtz. liarl clllI'I'it'I'. :tml Mary Clovlwl talk it ovvi' whilv XZIIIVY Stviiiiiic-tz rpm-tm-iicls to work. This :L familiar sw-iw in tht- IQADGICIK ofhvvs. l5tn Editorial taff Amicl a grvat iwissl. 4-mifusimi aiifl tiirmoil tho 1954 l5.XDtllCli was put tugvthei' piove hy pievc- until mi uni- warm clay in Hay the lmok hit thci vampus. ll took latf- nights, Suiiclay 21ffUl'lltJOllS, 3.2 lx-o1'. aiirl a 1-nllevtioii of lltttllllililll girls to kovp tho w'm'kfo1'r'v smiling 1-iiougili to eiijoy tht- work whivh at tinu-s tiiriiml into a ggainv ul' hirle aml soc-lx with thc- printvit aiitl eiigLi'aVei'. Trips to t'lii1'aggo, cliiim-rs at tho lluljf- maii lluiisei. aml snmkv fille-tl Vmxins at the l,tiI'1'i1lIltx pi'm'iclvtl the whztvls with cliwisioli aml oiitwtziiiiniviit whivh t-limiiiatc-tl tht- iivvessity of lx-apiiig out of top flum' wimlows poi'iorli1':1lly. 1 're ' Some ol' the Business Staff got on the editorial pages by drinking a toast to the first I054 ISAUGHR to eolne off the presses, ,X loose organization sometimes ealled the editorial staff used the BADGER ofliee as an ext-use to get on the third floor of the Tvnion whieh is sometimes known as the wheells paradise. But wheels or no wheels the editorial staff was responsible for putting the book together, organizing the groups for pieture- taking expeditions, writing eopy and identifications, eompiling the index, designing layouts, and typing the 1000 or so sheets of eopy. The editorial staff did many things during the year whieh eould be elassified as important and useful. The editorial staff was broken down into lesser divi- sions whieh ineluded the important funt-tions of sec-tion editors, sub-sec-tion editors, photography editors, eat- aloging editors, typists and Collie labor. Anytime a wandering bird might ehanee to look in on the offiee just before or after a deadline he would see the same neat, tidy, well organized group of BADGER staffers bent eagerly over their typewriters, proportioning pietures, drawing dummies, or organ- izing organizational meetings at the Pub for Friday afternoons. During the year there were really no days when you eouldn't see at least one or two of these hard- working staffers working hard. In spite of missed deadlines, Friday afternoon meetings whit-h often lasted until Saturday. broken eameras. and lost en- gravings, everyone had a pleasant year and the book finally got to the presses. Gayle Grelle missed a deadline this yeln. .lt tn Brandenburg does the honor beeause everyone else liked Gayle too much. Gayle took the whole thing very nieely. XXX llarned tells another one to liolly Abendroth and Gail T. K., .loyee Anderson tells the ehief that she doesn't, think lnueh of his idea. Mary Goebel doesn't either. 62 M-al C52 .loan Nason, Al Gay, Don lVIueller, and Sam Reynolds bother year, J. P. CPM-kyj McCrory while J. P. plays business manager. Business Staff As Director of Publicity, Public Relations, Pro- motions, and Entertainment Al Gay did a good job of keeping the campus confused over the Badger. ATOAST...!! UMl.ifFI YHRBUDK 039078 tcm Sales manager Sain Reynolds gloats a little as he files his last sales slip. Sain had a lot of fun this The Business under the leadership of .lack McCrory condueted all activities which had to do with business, This included such things letting contracts, entertaining Visiting photographers and printers, sign- ing page contracts, keeping the hook within the bud- get, and buying beer and chips for the overworked editorial staff. .loan Nason, Bill Rayne, and Don Mueller comprised the ad department and were in charge of arranging the ads for the book. Sam Reynolds was responsible for selling the 3400 copies of the Badger and directed all selling activities and salesmen. Al Gay planned and supervised all publicity and promotions which wei'e geared to inform the students of Badger plans. Miss Nason, Williiim Rayne, and Don Mueller sold ads this yi II This is more important that it might seein because it is almost necessary to have ads in the book. l' 4 ff ,t t l l l 1 1 9,2 C u Badger Board l s fl gl t E 5 E 3 'pdf Left to right: Rollie Smith, BtlI'll21I'tl Mitvlika, Prof. l'll'Il.llli Thayer, Prof. llc-sts-1' ll. Hawkes, .lark Harnml. .lurk Mm'Crory, Prof. .l. C. Gihson, Gail 'lllll'Ill'l', Ray Hilsenhoff, liolm lirzinger. The liaclger Board is 1-omposcml of four favillty mem- bers and five students. It has the job of sllporvisilig the pnhlir-ation of the lVisc'onsin BADGER, llniver- sity of lViseonsin yearbook. The Board pivks the printor, engraver, senior and group photograpllers, 1-ow-1' and binding vompanic-s. The Board picks the editor, l7lISlI1CSS manager and approves thc luulgot for the year. The editor :intl lmusinc-ss manager arc- clirwtly responsible to the Board. The Voting members on the board are the five students: who this ye-ar were Barbara Mitwhka, Gail Turner, sec-retaryg Don Petersen, Bob Erzinger, and .lark Harned, prosiclvnt. FzLr'ulty mem- bers are l'rot'. Frank Thayer, Prof. Lester I.. Hawkes, advisorg Prof. .l. C. Gibson, and liay llilsm1off,fina11c'ial advisor, The lioard holds Nlglllill' montly meetings in its lvnion linilcling offives. ISV e to rlght lc1l1 K l1c1so11 Bev bllllllllgtl C 11111 S1 lllllll News LllllOI'Q A1111 Host-11l1111'g, l"1'wl l"isl1v1'. Night f1dito1': 130111121 li11l1i11. Alt1ho11gzgl1i11itst331'clye111' of 4-o11t1i11u11l se11'1'i1'1- to thc u11iveI'sity 1-omm1111ity the present Staff of thc D11ily C111'di1111l m11i11t,:1i11s its youthful vigor for se111'1'l1i11ggg out thc truth 1'c1g111':llf1ss of where that saarvh may lozul. Roc-r1g11im-cl for Hlillly years as the ot'I'im-i11l Stlltltull 11ewsp11pe1' ot' tht- l'11ive1'sity the Daily C'111'1li1111l llt1S Hlkllllfilllllitl its t1'11flit 11111 of "complete c'11mpus 1'11vc11'11ggv" this yc-111' 4111 llll'l'tl IJlllJllt'11ll0llS per wvek EIS it 111111 ill the past 1111 fivv. To tho Sl2lf:fl'I'S nt' tht- Daily C'111'di1111l thc- t1'11clitic11111l f1'11eclc1m of 1-xp1'11ssir111 that has made thv l'11ivc-1'sity ot' XVisc'1111si11 t'1111141us is s11111etl1i11g that must lw glllll'tlOll with vigil1111r'11. lt is this 111111 its 1'0g111'al fm' fair play th11t ll1lS moti- v11t11rl the C111'1li1111l's e11lito1'i11l 1-1mp11ig11s fm' 1111 1-ml to 1'111'i11l illltl l'0llgl0llS l1i11s i11 11ll student l10llSlllg, for ll more 1'v11so1111l1l:1 lllllVi'l'SllY budget from the Sltlll' lvgis- liLll1l'0. 111111 fm' tl1:1 1-r111ti11u1-tl t'1'eed0m of 11pr11'11tic111 tm' 11ll stuclvut m11'g1111iz11ti4111s l'GgalI'Q1l8SS of tl111i1' p11litif'11l 1'ol111'11ti1111. vw., .un--Walid V W... it .ri , 3 3 QT ,xx L1 . 1 Business Mnnnger Tom x2lIHHl2lt'llt'l' :ind ,Xtlvisor Lester ll. Hawkes diseuss the linuneinl situzzt-ion. The Daily clllfdlllill eonsiders its first responsibility that ot' eolleeting and 2Lt't'll1'21lQly reporting the news of life on and about the university eampus. The three day per week publieution sehedule plum-ed on the shoulders of the Editor-in-Chief and Assoeiute Editor, Boger Thurrell and Bielnird Shiekel, the responsibility of making sure that 'tc-omplete eampus eoveragew was maintained. The evaluation of all news that entered the "uni- versity newsn basket was vested in the Vniversity editors Stan Zuekermun and .Iohn Israel. Working overtime to maintain top-noteh eoveruge was George Armour, Sports editor, and keeping up with soeial events fSoeiety editors lllarion Yoight and Kzniren Struueh. Following the light, humorous, and extra speeiul events were Feature editors Bob Chambers, Chair Alme, and later Phil Ebersole. Keeping the university informed on signifieant loeal, national and world problems were the editors of the Daily Cardinal 'tFriduy Forum", Mary .lean Bates and Dottie Billings. Pic-tures were supplied through the yezn' by photo editors Dunne Hopp und later Ben Wells. The finzineiul stability of the Cardinal was IIl2Llll- tained by business managers Thomas Nammaeher and later Dave liovenoek with the helping hand of Prof. Lester Hawks, publieutions finzineial aidviserg and the mental stability of staffers was kept up by personnel direetor Peg tlreiner. Cardinal Board, left to right: Dick Brilliot, Judy Heigho, Marv Drnek, Chuek Stephenson, Stu lylorehouse, Dave Kovenoek, Roger Thurrell. ., A4 Top, left to right: Dm-:in Martin, John lsrnel, Lee l'lt'ltlll12lIl. Middle: Carol Sehiller. Marion Voight, Ann Rosenburg. Bottom! cllltll' .Klint-, Dotty Billings. und Mary Jenn Bntes, lol X rl 1 S 4 1 2 Seated, left to right: lileanor cifilllllillg, Janet French, Pat MeMahon. Libby Grinnner, Jeanette Kennedy, Courtney Sehwartz. Mary Lon llrnek. Standing: Arlen VValsten, Verne liruiner. Howard Hasselkus. Missing: Carlton VVood, Royal Fraedrieh. Larry Olsen. Don Sehwarz, Denny llennerlein, Carol liinerson, Joe Haeker, Lowell Holloway, .laek Sehliek, .Iaek Stewart, Lois Ream. was Wisconsin Countr agazine Room 7, .-Xgrieultural llall a familiar address to any member of the staff ot' the Wviseonsin Country Blag- azine for its their oflieial headquarters. The C'ountry Mag is published monthly during the year by the stu- dents in agrieulture and home ee., and serves as a workshop for journalism majors in those fields. The Country Mag eelebrated its 47th birthday this year. The first issue of the magazine, then known as the student Farmer, appeared in January, 1907: and in 1911 the magazine was given its present name. This year Libby Grimmer was editorg Jim Murphy and Courtney Sehwartz assoeiate editors. Business manager was Howard Hasselkusg Arlen W'alsten, adver- tising managerg Janet French, eireulation managerg Eleanor Gramling, eolleetions manager. Left: llditorial ehiefs Libby cil'lIIlI11E'I', editor, and Courtney Sehwartz. asso- eiate editor. Right: business ehiefs, Arlen Walsten, advertising Illilllilgef, and Howard Hassellius, business inan- ager. 162 ff' W 4 f J f Al ri 1 2 . Left to right: Preston Koentop, business manager: Professor Gage, advisor, and Jack Bllllllllg, editor. The VVisr'onsin Engineer, the student engineers' mag- azine for 57 years, provides technical writing, man- agerial, and business experience for the staff of about 30 members, a11d provides a semi-teehnieal publif-ation for the student and professional engineers of the state. Highlights of the publication year were the High School and Engineering Exposition issues. The first was sent to ear-h high sehool in the state to give seniors an idea of the requirements and opportunities in en- gineering. The spec-ial Exposition issue in April was staffs, Contribution to the sueeess of the event. Rightftop: Sitting, Gene Bnekholz, Jac-k Binning. Standing, Donald Edwards, Robert Hentges, Kneeland Godfrey, Dick Groth, John Du Bois, Dick White, David Dauterman, Ronald Parkinson. Wisconsin Engineer ang-rs 16 G.O.S.S.D.B.D.Y.W. ALPHA CHAPTER, UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN Pee Wee MaeGoo S. Wilson Jones P. L. Higgens E. Bear Brown William Flagstone Founded, 1950 CLASS OF 1953 Georgianna McSohultz Joe Coneret Bunny Hopp 1954 INITIATES Chiekering Cornerstone Bird Dog Bulldrum Grand old Society of Slightly Delapitated and Broken Down Yearbook Wheels P+ " Some wheels look slightly more delapitated than others. IIJJ g9gvMW aww' Ili if: Q, ,V W A we. my 1, L65 4 QT, if iii gf 1 1 A A if as ff' 11351 R ,lik-2 44 bf r B sf ikafffw I wi ' 5 . 1 X' Q K 'vi W 1 Q I K 1 J x K x ., x gg Mb 4 Ai' 1 z 1 qw' 1, 1 - f fu ,X 4 i, Q1 I 'X If lzjd' 05:4 620, If ,8 lrid 0611209 0CfQl' 'N '-wx 1 555 543 Q -U5 IIJJ 01112 Qfkzlfze Ql"l"Ql. Ihr, , ,XA , 4 1 Q M uf B '27 N , ' W' 'lf W,.J W 1. yllfv 4 5 ,M f hi? ,, Q-veg. M .lk ZIJJ 0119 0 125012 JCM fr -if 4 Bzulger Beauty COI1lGSl21l1lS :lppeurerl llelore three pllIlUlS of judges before the fillall Sl'lC'l'll0IlS were lllillllh Badger Beauties l'l'es:-lllecl als the court of h0ll0I' ut the Nlililzlry liull, the lgilflglfll' lg0LLlll'l6S were hlury E. Baker, llois liurlxe, JOZLIIIII' lD01'l'Hl', Emmzljalle Herreid, .lolle Johllsoll, Zlllll SIISQLII Kohl. lllzlry, al sophomore, is from L30lZLV2lll zlllcl is II12L.l0l'lllg ill speeeh f'0l'l'G!'ll0ll. Lois, 21 lI'2lI1Sl:61' from Stephens College, is 21 junior ill .Xlllllropologgy. She's 21 Kappa Kzlppzlflzllllnlzl memller. ylflilllllll. is u sophomore ill Home FlC'OIl0ITllf'S. ller home is ill llzleille Zllld .lo is 21 member of Pi lglllil Phi. Enlmujzllle, from liueille, is al sophomore ill llome Eeollomies. She ll'?lIlSl'9l'I'0il from li2lC'lll0 l'lXl0llSl0l1 where she reeeived the Silver Pill for zletivilies. ylilllll, il future killclel'gzll'tell tezlellelg is :L sophomore from Blaek River Falls. She is treusurer of Nlizzllletll XVQLTGFS l'l1it II :uid El member ol' Alphal l'lli. Suszlll tl'21IlSfQY'I'Cd to XXYlSl'0llSlll this year from Luke Forest Follege allfl is 21 sophomore l'l1ilj0I'lll,QQ ill F1'CIlf'l1. ,-X member of Kappa Kzlppu ciZlIHH1E1, her home is ill Green Buy. Badger Beauties: Mary lirllwl .l1JIll' -lUllIlSlIIl. l.ols liurlie, hue lxolll. .lililllllt llol-ter. l',llllll:lAl:ll1e Ilt'l'I'C'lIl.2lIlKl U GHHIZHTI QM - rs? ' , ' First row, left to right: Diane Chase, Andy Hershman, Barbara Sachs, Jeanne Holle, l7r. Winston Brembeek, Plthel Farris, Barbara Skalitzky, Kay .lo Kuester, Naney Sehoenotl, Stanley Wheater. Second row: 'Charles Monnier, Robert Bruder, Arthur King, Osear Sehmiege, George Gerner, Del Kolve, Don Tayler, Robert Ozburn, Charles Nash, Vern Pfanku, Gisela Hamm. Third row: Arthur Kiser, Jerry Polisky, Raymond Howard, Auhrey Fowler, Herbert Lawson, Paul Thompson, John Burr, Gerald liepp, Burton Natiirus Wisconsin Forensic Union The Wiseonsin Forensic- Union provides an excellent ehanee for all interested students to polish up their forensie talents, particularly in the art of debate. They also gain experience in diseussion, oratory, extempor- aneous speaking,and radio work. The Forensie l'nion earries on university intereollegiate eompetition in de- bating and forensies. Sponsorship of the Delta Sigma 174 Rho debate and rliseussion tournament here on eam- pus is an animal projeet of the group, and soc-ially, the liighliglit is their annual spring hanquet. Ofiieers for the year were Robert Brucler, president. Chuek Nash, Vive-pi'esicleiit, Ethel Farris, seeretary- treasurer, and Jerome Poliky, historian. The group is arlvisecl hy Ur, llv. L. Bremheek. -f fn w First row, left to right: Alvin A. Grt-aso11,Jat'k.l. llvtzt-r. Mary VVatvrs. George' J. Maly, Jr.. Gwvn Driiyt-r, Mary Connor, Gary .'htl1llllS0ll, Phillip Wflllglxllll. Second row: Carol livnnt-bolnn. Shirlt-y Hut-bnvr, Carol House: Ruth Klvwin, Janv Qualy, Nancy liusy, Uarol Mcfilin- ley, Janvtt Savhs, Clara VV:u-flvr, liarl Mt'Mahon, Jack Stvinhilbcr, Louis J. Cori. Third row: Dorothy C'0c'i, JoAnnv lfujko, Charles Duvall, Lawrvnvt- llurning, Javk llrt-W, Duanv Mf'Gough, John F'ritsc'hl9r. Bruce Vlfatson, Patrivia Kvinivy, Cartvr clI't'gLf, lit-0 Host-. Fourth row: Joan Nc-lson, Harvy Rowe, Gt-rald Randall. Douglas Pomasl, Murray Humphrvy, Douglas .lont-s, ltobt-rt liowt-ll, Gilbort Churvh, Jack Mvrriman, John Ncttcrblad. Young Republican Club The l'l1iv0rsity's Young livpublivan Club is the old- ist at-tive politival organization on the rampus. At its bi-monthly Inc-vtings it holds disc-ussions :ind debates on topivsofc'11rr0nt politivul intvrt-st and brings prom- inent speakvrs to thv r-ampus. lt is af'l'iliz1tc-tl with tho Wisvonsin l"odc-ration of Young liepublivans and thc- Nliclwt-st l'l0Cl0l'illl0ll of Collvge ltopublivan Cllubs. Thr- C'lub's mvmbers at- tend tho annual 1-onvontions ol' thosv two organizations wlierc tht-5' lvarn to ilSSl1Illl' tht- dutitts and rosponsi- bilitivs of llc-lvglatc-s to a modvrn Arita-1'ir'z111 politival 1-onvvntion. The Young liepublivans take an zlvtiw part in both national and state liepublit-an politic-s, ptll'llf'lll2ll'ly in elcwtion vampaigllilig. Tho t-lub also is 21 st-1'x'ic'v organ- ization for the r-umpus in its lvalclvrsliip of tho "First Yotorsu program whivh helps studonts I'0QQiSll'l' and ob- tain almsz-ntee ballots. Tho ycarly progrzirn vulminates with a May pit-niv. Ol'l'it'ers were Cilvorgggv llaly, Jr., vliairmanp .lark llot- zer. Vic'o-vhziirmang flWExl1 llruyor, 1-orrosponding sorro- tary: Mary lYatt-rs, rot-ording SOt'l'0l2ll'j'1 Clary Adam- son, ll'621Slll'0l'Q Phil xvilllglltlllll, Alvin firm-ason, Mary Connor, directors. Thr- group advisor is Mr. X. S. Barr. 175 V"-N '-1'--" s-v Alpha Phi Ume a Alpha Phi Omega, a national service fraternity, is an adulthood earry-on of the work and principles main- tained hy the Boy Hr-outs. The members, all former Boy Seouts, carry on serviee projeets for the l'niversity sueh as sehool elec-tions, Campus Carnival, and State Vareers Conferenee. Their speeial philanthropic proj- Fraternit Buyergs o The Fraternity Buyers Co-operative is the ventral otfiee for the purc-hasing of goods and services for 50 student houses inc-lucling all fraternities, one sorority, and student eating eo-operatives. The purpose of the FRC is to obtain goods and serv- ,' -X es Q15 . . 2 p ppp QQ First row, left to right: Charles Willadsen, James Mooring, Carl Salzer, Kenneth Klohn, James Svotl. Second row: Fred Rei- inann. C'harles liauinhaeh, Will- iain l'n'issee, Ronald Seott. Tom Bauer, Paul Moors. lion Poll, Glenn Gritzniaeher. Third row: .laines ltund. Rohert Hill, Roger llathlrurn, Lyle Hight. Andrew Clow-lirane, Fred Royee, Donald Kroes. eet was a Christmas party for ehildren of the Ortho- pedic' llospital. Elef-ted as offir-ers were Torn Bauer, president, Paul Moors and lion Sr-ott, vic'e-presidents. Ron Poff and Charles liaumlmaeh, seeretaries, and Hill Brissee, treas- urer. Advisor is Dr. David llaerris. OP iees at a minimum eharge and to help keep the eos! of operations for houses as low as possible. The FBO is a non-profit organization. Dick Ada- many is the manager and John Falk assistant manager. 42, k .1- Ml W X Uiek .Xdamany and John Falk are in eliarge of running the FRC whit-ln is constructed for the ln-neht of students who manage their own houses. 16 I F35 First row, left to right: Virginia liall. Vorecn Tanmllmerg. lion Ann Zieliarth, Terry Kantlllxinder. Second row: Mrs. Joseph Shaw, .Xnlrienne ltoliinson, Joanna Uvern. Lou .Xnn l.cplie. Lou .Xnn Yan Zanclt, Donna Gilley. Third row: Sally Bittner, Mary Klargaret U'Xoil, Helen Potts. ,a sq-f' League of Women Voters The League of Women Voters is unique in lweing the only campus league in Wisconsin. This active organization aims to promote an informed, active par- ticipation in government, They produce radio pro- grams over VVHA, and participate in the annual Eta Kappa Lambda Eta Kappa Lambda was founded two years ago in fulfillment of a need to recognize the outstanding l service and leadership of residence halls women. Be- sides this honorary recognition, the girls strive for inter-dorm coordination of activities and a high degree ot' interest in dorm and campus activity. Speakers l l . K iw A gt 9 it Ei V JURAIW my Aj jim Vai r1r" T, v- QW K ws ,get Bn, L17 .MV Qi? mock l'.N. contest on campus. Officers were Donna Gilley, presitlent, ,Xclrienne Robinson, vice-presitlent. Terry Kanrllhincler. secre- tary, and Virginia Hall, treasurer. Mrs. Joseph Shaw is the group atlvisor. from the faculty and various groups luring aclcleil in- terest to their organization. Otlicers were Faye I.aBracke, president, Klelitta Heimann. vice-presitlent, Lu Yan Zanclt. secretary, and Mary Singer, treasurer. Klrs. .lulic Ilill was advisor. First row, left to right: Melitta Rl'llIltlIlll, Mrs. Hill, Fay La- Braclce, Mary Singer, hlarjorie Beach. Second row: Lou Van Zantlt, Sally .Xnclc-rson, Helen Potts. lrycla Cline. .Xlice Schroe- tler. xv ll fda 5 'Vs 15" l77 6 'Q- was 'WR A , ,V 3 'Y-Z7 fx .sr enev, Man-et Small, Miss I,ol:1 Halverson. Second row: Put Purtell. Sue Hanson, Ii:n'1-n Vey, C':n'ol Attoe. Physical Education Club Good fellowship in the Hphy ecll' department is the major concern of the VVomen's Physical Education C'lulJ. Representatives from each class form the governing hoard, while all PE. majors make up the membership. The eluhls active social activities inelutle the Fresh- man-'l'ransfer Tea, Iligh School Day, the PFI. lazin- quet, Co-Hee Night, ai S0lll01'SOIlt,l-Off and professional meetings featuring guest speakers. OHLR-ers are Helen Meleney. president, Maret Small, vit-e-president, Pat Purtell, secretary, and .Ioan Harvey, treasurer. The elubls aflvisor is Miss Lola, Halverson- Womcnis Athletic Association Vniversity women have a great opportunity for sports-fun through the Women's Athletic Association. lV.A.A. offers a seemingly onclless number of activ- ities including tennis, softball, golf and swimming, all lm:-ing played in tournaments. The Dolphin Show, Orehesis and VViskits are lV.A..'X. sponsored events each year. A canoe trip and VV.A..X. Spring Pienie are major recreational highlights. Active pzirtieipants are eligible for scholarships given by the- elulm. Olivers were Beth Morrison, presidentg Kfary Singer, vic'e-presidentg Blary Matthews, recording seeretaryg Pat England, eorresponcling seeretaryg and Pat Jeffer- son. treasurer. Kliss .loan Martin is the eluli advisor- l First row, left to right: Joan. Mzillev, Mary Matthews, Put Jefferson, Nancy lllinstian, Part Hulxin, Miss Joan Martin. lieth Morrison. Second row: Marilynr Roth, Susan ljlilllllllltl, .lzinet Nelson, Sully Silverlms-rg. Pztulxir Rubin, Ginny Bell, Lois St!llt'L", Delores St'llCl'. 178 .rf7liaul 1 i1.'u1 , l First row, left to right: .limo Cole, Put Jefferson, Helen Mel- Stotz, lieverlv Hill, Joan Hur- First row, left to right: N. McGregor, C. A. Rloxilorf, M. VVinger, S. Shaw, G. Antlerson, M. Collins, li. linens, M. Singer, .l. LeMere. Second row: A. RfIllSgl'iLVK', J. liem, C. liezihy, B. l.it,tle, J. Johzinnsen, lieni, li. Stotlclairil, S. Roberts, S. Owen, S. Kemineter, P. Wilscmii. Third row: S. Silverberg, C. J. Attoe, G. L. Roll, N. Squier, C. J. livenson, J. Seott, N. Poli, M. Ryan, A. Flaicler, J. Phillipson, B. Sipowski, D. Rlu- nienstoek, S. Hanson. Fourth row: C. Gempelor, B. Rurmeis- ter, B. Zeitlin, M. Gates, K. Hrubeeky, D. Dzivitte, N. Thomsen, P. J. Riley, lil. Roberts, S. lhrig, K. Kziy, C7. Ritter, J. Liebermzin. Womenis Dolphins Synehronized swimming is the speeizil talent of the water-happy Dolphins who przu-tiee their talents in Lathrop pool. The elub is eomposed of junior and senior Dolphins, this year the junior elub being made open to all girls without try-outs. New ideas and teeh- niques of synchronized swimming uncl water bullet are learned ut zz national ziquzitie meet in Florirlzi. Menis Dolphins The Dolphin Club was organized for the promotion of swimming at lYiseonsin. In the full, the men put on ai water show to raise funds for sending the team to the January East-'West swim meet in l"lori1lz1. ln the spring, some of the men take part in the lVomen's Dolphin show. The Dolphins also sponsor il Hweek- The elnb plans are eentered zirouncl their annual Spring Waiter l'aig'eant. Oflir-ers were: Nant-y Lem, president, Maret Small, viee-president, Jean Riley, secretary, Sally Roberts. tl'O21Sl1I'CI', Gloria Anderson, historian, Sally Silverberg, public-ity, and Jane Johannsen and Ellie Stoddzzrcl. eo- ehuirmen oi' the pageant. enclll every spring to eneouruge prominent high sehool swimmers to eome to lYiseonsin. Otfieers :ire .Xrlie Seliurdt, president, Jaek Hoagluntl, Viee-president. Ken Opgenorth. seeretziry, Bayziiwl Riehurtl, treasurer. .Xclvisors are John Hiekmzin and .Xrt Krueger. First row, left to right: Rob Kellie, Xiek XXJOUQRIS. Ray Culti- well, Dave Parris. Bob lieeker. Drive Hiililfunl. Second row: Rob Kevetter, Ken Opgenorth. Jnek llonglunfl, Arlie Sehxirclt. l5:iy:1i'1l Rielizirtl, Dale Meyer, Lou Pnnslay. Third row: Rob Pzittlinst, Drive liziuin. Keith C'herne, liill l'l2lI'llllIl1, Ray Kelbe. lifl Sehelonlizi. lr21l'l'j' Horwitz. Dun liernh:n'1l, Dick Xigbor. 179 YM A abinet The 1'niyersity YMCA Cabinet is responsible for the YMCA student program at the Vniversity. This year a seven man student and faeulty program plan- ning and survey eommittee has been studying tl1e pro- YMCA Dorm The 1'niyersity Y.M.C.A. Dormitory, first organized in 1905 and loeated next door to the lvnion, will be moving in the summer of 195-1 to the eorner of N. Brooks and W. .Johnson in its new 3806.000 building. The Dorm has always been very ac-tive in eampus life. Expeeially prominent aetiyities are intramural 1 .-?H-.1i First row, left to right: Martyn lfrye. David Minslntll, John Boyd. Anthony Vxtdden, ltoy Y2lI1121lli1'tJ, Frank liuhlnirtn. Uonzild Pit-penlnu'g:. lfdwurd Thorp, Iinrry Vl'olters. Second row: Glen llnlton, Robert Tho- inuek. John Griffith, liernurd Rt'S111t't'itl, Kenneth Vluppert. .lon Jenson. George lillllllllilll. Alwyn Loutlen, liielnxrtl Bur- guns, Robert Selnnnpert. gram and services of the YMCA in the light of the new 1'niyersity YIICA building at the eorner ot' NY. Johnson and Brooks. The new building will be ready for oc-eupaney by June 1954. athleties, homecoming, eampus earniyal, and partiei- pation in the NY" Association at-tivities. OHcic'ers are Frank Kuhlman, president, Arnold Lud- wig, yiee-president, Jaek Boyd, seeretary, George Iiuhl- man, treasurer, Ken Cluppert. sergeant-at-arms. Mrs. Emma Dais is housemother. First row, left to right: George Kuhlman, Peter Just, Jziek Boyd, M1's. Itlnnna lluis, Frank Kulilmzin, Ken Cluppertt, Uiek Gilbertson, Jiln Dryden. Second row: ltlbenezer Iuwugwu, Abio- clun liuyode, ltld Renter, .Xl ltitzenberg, Ken Meyers, lion lietelliohn, Curl Ilolstrom, Jiin Ireitl. John Vvigllilllilll. Third row: .Xl Louden, Arnold Ludwig. BillSt'lll11112lt'lll'1',tlllll1Sl0IIl,rl10Il1 'l'runnell, lfrunk Soraei, 1it'1'Ilill'll lic-stil:-ein. 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Calvar Lutheran tudentsv Council Sponsored by the Missouri and XVlSt'0IlSlIl Syiiocls of the lriitheruii ftllllltll, Czilvziry offers lllllX'UI'Slly Slll- deiits a full-time program of worship, religious, 04111- ezitioiial and soc-ial zietivities. Two Slllltlilj' serviees are the foeal points of the week. lizieli Siiiiclzly 0V0lllllg, 21 supper and fellowship hour is followecl by il program usuzilly religious iii theme. Ac'tivitiesd11ri11g the week lIlf'lllKl0 lllSlI'llt'll0ll 1-lusses in Chl'lSllklll Iloetriiie. cliseussioii 111111 coffee hours. lIlfI'21-IT1lll'2ll sports, ai eluh for g1'z11l11nle students z1111l eoilples, 211111 Friday soeial events. C'alV:1I'y's govern- ing hoily is the 1'o11111'il pietured on this page. Uffic-1-1's for this year were l.11rry Dassow, president: 1711111111 liuehl, viee-president: Ruth Biuhammer, sec- l'0l2ll'j'Q Virgil Xauimzuiii, treasurer. The Revereiicl lC1lwz1r1l XYessli11g is the pastor. Jeaiiiiiiie lYils011 served during the year us Czilvziryls first fiill-time St'l'I'Ol2ll'j'. Stliclent, worshippers i1 Clmpel. .V 182 the cT2LlV2l.l'Y l,11Il11-mil Xu tlllllt'Illltlll2ll progimin 4-ntltlf-ml .Xn lnlrollur-tion to tln- Old lt-stuinc-nt, is -fix n ln l'lol't oi X l llllftllllttlll to luluuu- lloxt-y. .Xltlt'Il l"l:IIlSt7ll, .hllIlt' lluy llt-im-r'lit', Klum' .xlltlt'I'SUIl, Pfllll tn l':m'ow. llonnu llurr. C':u'olyn Gaun- iut-tt-ig liolwt-rt Szunpson. , -. p t?-swffi-filrf lim i- fiili ,. W iw ---H----+---.--......,. ....... " 1?f2.s-:forum rv'-ss V-,ff Atta-r thc- Cost suppc-rs on Sundays. LSA II1t'IIllM'l'S paust- for studs-nt-led Worship S0l'Vlt't'S. A vault-tl prog:-:un ot spe-:ilu-rs, disc-ussion groups :uid i'c-1-rs-utloil follows. Lutheran tudent Association The- liutherzin Studi-nt Association provides an op- portunity for stud:-nt exprc-ssion of Christian faith, for grrowtli in religious knowlvdge and for cultivation of lasting t'ric-ndships. The- Lllth0I'iLll Studi-nt House- is nmintuiiu-d lay thc- lYist-onsin Llltl10l'2H1 Studs-nt Foun- clution in r-oopf-ration with thc- National C'oun1'il. Ar-tiyitic-s for thc- your invluded Sunday 1-vc-iiiiig 1-ost suppers, rt-ligious 4-rltivatioiiail progrziins, vlizipel serv- ivc-s, pzirtic-s, and thc- student vhoir. tlffir-ers for the- yc-au' wort- Gordon llunson, president, liogor Putrow, Vivc--pi'esidc-lit, Donna Zimmc-rmzui, set'- rc-tzlry, and John Smith, tl'0ilSllI'QI'. The lic-V. Glenn W. lirzigstzul is tht- pastor and Evi C'hristt-nson se-ryc-s us vounsc-lor. Tha- housf-mother is Mrs. Curl Hanson. . , , . 1- ' ' ogt-. tlorelon llunson. l,:u'i'y Tlu-is. olnln-s, lfyi t'lu'istt-nson, liogn-1' 183 , 1 A 'f,,-'Flin . 7' . , Vt," . f ...L J h s gg ..., ., 5 . 1 First row, left to right: K. lfriela, C. Huenili, C. Roberts, li. Johnson, ll. Hopf, M. Pnllister, M. SlI':lllll. J. Rosen, C. Miller. Second row: ll. Meintzer, P. Jenkinson, J. Bezuunont, D Burgess, li. Villwoek, P. Hurst. li. Bltllllllll, IJ. llnrris. Third row: M. li. Jones. J. lnngf. V. Hallie, VY. Pridhzun. Ii. Stark. D, Pntterson. A. Olsen. J. Huy, 9. Uonger, M. lleelmink, G. Ynnden Heuvel, J. Olsen. J. Miehnel, M, liellville. J. Collins. Fourth row: S. Fllflllil. L. Slttllllllllll, H. Cretney. F. Plekenpol, A. Dropp, J. Brown. li. VVillis, BI. Sehilling, N. Fay. ll. l,:llIl2ltllI'Il. J. Mir-Ike. N. lil'llIllllt'lll'l'. Presbyterian tudent Center The Preslmyterizn1 Student Center is ai community of students who ure responding to the need for some- thing more than the hook-learning of the Hill. Ati Pres House, those students who want to worship and halve fellowship with others, and who desire il plziee where they eau always shzire their hopes and fears find :L friendly plat-e in whieh to do so. TM-atetl on the corner of Murray and State streets. Pres llouse offers worship serviees on Sunday morn- ing and also Wednesday night Vespers. Sunday even- 184 ing suppers. the eoffee hours, and the student diseus- sion groups offer fellowship for the students that form this eommunitty. There ure 56 student offieers led by Duane l,2lli6'l'- J son, Boll lirundel, and leggy llurst. ehuirinen of the three administering boards. The Rev. flair-li" C'ollins, minister-direetorg Her. Boll Villwoeli, asse- eiute minister: Klirium Bellville. music- direetor. and C'lnn'lotte Miller and lientriee Cretney guide und diret-t the work ol' Pres llouse. First row, left to right: Hrirric-t Be1'kc'r, Sally li0tlliHlIiIl. Phyllis Klein. Second row: Don VV:-vlistein, Hurry lmnsky, B1-tty Payne, Dick Behr, Martin Topzil, l'Il:iine Grant. Robert Miller. Third row: lNl:1X Tivktin. dirc-1-tor, Bertf-n Singer. Danny VVeinstein. Albert Miller. Jerry Steinberg, Jerry Safer. lAlllI'l'llt'l' Fl'lf'tllllIlIl, Binai Birith Hillel Foundation By niakiug available to the students elasses ill llehrew, Bihle study, Jewish history, and Jewish thought, llillel Foundation has sought to promote interests in r-ultural, religious, eduvational and sovial matters. Outstanding speakers and Hlms were part of the program during the course of the year. Some of tho soc-ial at-tiyities for the year were a hay- ride, a spring pivnie, and a hanrluet in honor of the officers of the past year and other outstanding mem- hers. The vluh also publishes the llillel Review. OHic'ei's for the year inf-luded liivhard Behr, presi- dent: Martin Topal, yir'e-presidentg Trudy lloss, as- sovizite Vic'e-presidentg lflotty Payne, sevretary: Don We-f-kstein, treasurer. 185 t. Francis House St. Franc-is House is the Student Church and soeial eenter for Flpiseopal students at the university. Life at St. Franc-is House eenters around ehureh aetivities and ineludes daily ehureh serviees and coffee l1ou1's, Sunday night suppers, and various soeial at-tivities. Oflieers were liiehard Gilley, president, Todd Habe, treasurer, Stanley Kemmeter and Donna Gilley, soeial YWA Among the many busy third floor l'nion offiees, one will find the lfniversity YWCA. The YNV offers women students a ehallenge to take responsibility of leadership in the ehureh and eommunity. The arts group, international group, eommunity serv- iee group, and politieal aetion group are among the aetivlties the X W offers. Over anil almove the speeial P7 Q t First row, lett to right: Orrin inan. li, Lottsl't-ldt, D. l.ot-filer Second row: Mrs. VV. lt. Otto. li. lierry. M. Steiger. IJ. Oilley. M. Sehettler, li. Vinton, IJ. Pole. Rev. G. Wlhite. Third row: J. Niinlos, R. Teska, J. Meltlvoy, S. liemmeter, ll. Halloek. l. Smith. T. Italie, L. Mielnuul, li. Oilley. and program eo-ehairnien, Norma King and Carol Drewry, supper eo-ehairmen and Kayleen Vinton and Mary Steiger, tea eo-ehairmen. Mrs. William Otto is the housemot her. The ehaplain, the liev. Gerald YVhite. eonduets serviees and directs all religious and edueational aetivities. interest groups, there are numerous activities sueh as the YM-YW Freshman Camp, a Christmas Bazaar, and regional and national eonferenees. Otfieers were ltllsa Splett, president, .lean liell, viee- presidentg Patrieia Cleashy, seeretaryg Evelyn Thom- sen. treasurer, Bliss Donna .lones is the YYVCHX exeeutive direetor. First row, left to right: Dixie .Xr:rl4:nki. .ludy Seymour. Donna Ploog, C'lrarlotte lielshe. Pat llengel. .Xlinera liroolis. Second row: Violet- llaehn, Kay .lo liuester, Virginia Jahn, Ifay VVisniewslii, Pat Cllt'tlSlly. ltllsxl Splett, .lean Bell. lieth lliteluell. Donna Jones. Third row: C'onnie lioivzrlslii, .Ian Petrie, Sue lini- eriek, ltasina 'lllI'lllllS, Beverly Garslte. Martha Stone. lit-tty Sperling. ll1t1'lJ1lI'Il Shafer. liitzi Vleaslmy, Ruth .lzrquislr l':rt Mc-Orntlr, Peggy Moungey. Phyllis Xiekerson. lilo w fvzvsntxvvrcwzw lloward. P. Truesdell. ll. Tub- First row, left to right: J, Lon- worth, P. Jameson, H. Ralilcr, IC. Robinson, li. liicbcnburg. R. J. Vial. M. C. Upgcnorth, B. Xichaus. J. Clay. X. Mal- rnanger, R. Wagner. Second row: D. Ward, D. Witmcr, J. Murlcy. R. Fonlston, R. Hull. A. Kluinb, J. Fogt, F. Stautz. D. Romainc, B. Winslow. Third row: H. Sliands, IC. Moorc, H. Pfctfcrkorn. B. Gcinm-inli:n'tlt, J, Royd, N. Al-Rubnvi. G. Hawks T. Benson, K. Opgcnortli, J. Baker, G. Booth. Fourth row: J. Wood, D. Iiierkman. J. Taylor, D. Liebcnburg, D. Hubbarfl, D. Hostrcdt, K. Roval. B. Clark A. Hubbcl, S. Zclllncr, V. Kron- zigcr. l 7 United tudent Fellowship United Student Fellowship functions on campus as a center for students of the Congregational and Evan- gelical and Reformed Churches. Activities for the USF include Sunday evening suppers, fellowship and relig- ious services, week-day discussion sections and Bible study, afternoon coffee hours, and a Friday night Wesley Foundation It is the aim of the VVesley Foundation to provide forthose who enter Wesley's door. This Methodist or- ganization offers a means for university students to develop their religious, academic, and social life. Some of the year's activities included the Christmas Star banquet, the Meal in the Upper Room on Maundy Thursday, the fall and spring retreats to Pine Lake, recreation program. The Fellowship House lounge and library offers a convenient place to relax between classes. Floyd Stautz, Emily Robinson, and John YVood make up the executive committee which help guide the program of the lfnited Student Fellowship group. coffee hours, and Sunday evening suppers. Officers were Ross Allison, president: Shirley Daw- ley, vice-president, Kathleen James, secretaryg David Craig, treasurer. The Rev. Paul Jaquith is the student director, and J. Preston Cole is the associate director. First row, left to right: J. Burk- licad. J. Dean. G. Brown. S. Thurman, VV. Morton, A. Kay- odc, J. Kopplin, A. Prisk, C. Hicld, J. Tomei, H. Hcllcn. Sec- ond row: F. Patrick, J. Stcffcn- son, M. Ritland. R. Langerinan, R. Klingclliofcr, M. Aust, R. Allison, C. Nagcl. R. Jacobson, M. lilirliardt, R, Riddick. R. Iiochman. J. Spin-lock. Third row: P. Jaquitli, R. Ratsliinskc, A. HllIllIllll't'y', I.. Martinson, H. Ruclianan. R. Clrandinc, M. Huggins. li. Lcacli, D. Dough- crty, J. Calclwcll, D. Blank, D. Gnauck. A. liakos. J. Vaughn. C Honsc. Fourth row: J. St'llIlCltl01',ci. Hildalil. H. Hincs. M. Sniitll, C. Polzin, J. Ogdcn, D. Taylor. N. Rasmusscn. I. Rambo, P. Moungcy, M. Mason. l,. Attoc. D. Dawlcy. D. XVolcl, R. Haync. Fifth row: R. Rurk- licad, J. Warner, R. Slunnan. M. Sclilutcr. VV. Nelson, J. Balls. M. Rurrows. K. Gelliaus. F. Grovcs. VV. Moorc, J. Pcrry. J. Wilson. R. Moslcy, C. Rushncll. D. fil'l'L'IlHt'lfl, l. Lakos, S, Sortlcn. 187 Baptlst Student Center tlrgaiiized in 1907, the Baptist Student Center l1elps to ehalleiige and train students to he aetively Christian i11 personal living and i11 all relationships. Inc-luded i11 their speeial aetivities are the fall and xvinter lJZllltlllt'lS and an annual st11dy trip to Chieago. The student eenter also sponsors il eooperative dor- Three Squares Club The Three Squares is an eating t'00p0l't1'tlVC that operates through the lVesley Foundation. Its purpose is to promote Christian fellowship and friendship, to he il daily living examp eeonomies i11 daily livi11 First row, left to right: R Murrziy, K. Leach, J Rice, D Young, Nl. Beatty, M. Wiley M. Mnttliews. M. Orth, V Italie, WY. lfll:111d, H. Hellen, M Jzrnssen. Second row: J. Cratty ID. Greene, B. Bot-ek, C. V Howard. G. IJ2lVt'llIJOl'l, C. Pol zin, J. Young. IC. Davis, li Sttllllllltlll, IS. BOt"ftl'llt!l', J. Me Culloueh, J. York, IJ. Ar:1li11lii P. Sanders. Third row: ll. Burk head, C. House. H. Klewin, li Smith, H. Klll'2lIl10tU, H. Hue, IJ Ray, L. Kennon. D. Linke, li Cnhill. li. JIlt'tJl7S0ll, li. Allison J.Seott.li.C:11npl1ell,l'l.Ni1'ol:1i J. fil'2lf'lDt'2ll. C. VVyss. G. liet ruin, IS. 1illlll'tJVl'. Fourth row: li Grundine. li. VVy1n:111. W. Cook M. Willis. .l. Treeeli. J. liilll Ineister. ll. Coleinnn, li. Rust R. Sifjllltltlli, IS. Odeen. li St'lltJ0ll0Vt'l'. C. Bushnell, li Pike. J. Peterson. V. llo1v:1r1l,J Caldwell. ll. SlllPlYt'l'. D. Blllll ning. Fiitd row: li. Seott, N llrllllxl, b. lZ111l1111tl. H. C.l.11lv, M. lillis, I". R21ll'lI'liY, R. Holli day. B. lit'tlVlll. VN. Noel. J clllI'lSililllStJll. ll. l5111'l1:111:111. J liroxvn, V. Nillllllllllll, D. Fuller 1 - w J. Vtnrner, H. Hines. S. Aelier- lllilll. le g. of eooperation and to effeet First row, left to right: J. Kor- don, ,-X. Smith, J. clIll'lSOll,xlXI. Cranidall, P. liedin, I". Iloelien- hull, M. Gale, Feng Ming Chu. Second row: VV. Kreunen, .l. Bush, S. Frey. lf. Cmlihe, .l. Williston. .X. l51'illl111rt, L. Kret- zinger, F. Hansen, M. Meliin- ney, C. FlSllt'l'. Third row: li. Clnrli. L. lil'2llllt'l'tl, P. .Xllen, M. Bond, Mrs. Collins. Rev. Geo. L. Collins, li. Hogen, O. Cruz, Mrs. Annie Belle Presley. Fourth row: J. Gan. 'I'.Slike1-. Nan Sing Ling. H. Presley. ll, uiililtk M. Mnsseiigale, G. Lllltltlllblfltl, L. li1':1,gg, A. lfislier. L. Ngo, C. Dixon, P. lfedors. 'l'. Kxiups. Fifth row: R. lDIllllt'l'tlll, S. fitllll0Sk2ll', IJ. Noel, H. .Xl- lwreelit, L. Slilte, J. Sipple, 'l'. Ilonle. li. l'll't'lllgilIlQI, ll. Suni- Illt'l'2lll, J. Stevens, .X. Hayden. rnitory, an eating eo-op, a Sllllll21yIllUl'lllllg liilile 1-lass, and tl Sunday evening fellowsliip period. tlffieers for the year were Taavi liaups. president: Henry Surnnierall, viee-preside11tg Jean Bush. seere- taryg and Holm Allin-elit. treastirer. Rev. tleorge I.. Collins serves as eounselor for the group. Offieers for the year were Joh11 Hive, president: Marvin Beatty, viee-president, Ruth Campbell. see- retaryg Virgil Ndllmilllll, ll'02LSlll'9l', and Fred Odell, executive see1'eta1'y. Rev. L. Paul Jtltlllllll is advisoi to the group. sh 2l5E .d'2sEEki5W'Y0!J''.:i'5'?+iQE?!'5.iaf4f'iS"J" gafsklgaa-91 First row, left to right: .lt-an Cratty, liRlI'lJill'll Bagnall, .lanot Petrie, Donna Culver, Janet Pic-ritz. Second row: Carl Srliauer, .lune St-li:nu'r, Boll liuennnin. Virginia Kun-ininin. Lloyd Glover, lmnoro Glover. Boll Fasten. Third row: Margo l'lulilw:u'd, Russell Myers, Jr., Martha Porter, Roger llaase, Kenneth Hallam, Virgil VllI'llIIl- nior, Charles lion-lilor, lit1I'l'y Taylor, Mary Both Hough, .lane Ridgeway. Christian Science Organization During lleliffious lim Jhasis lVeek the Christian P9 25 Seience Organization s Jonsored a lecture for its mem- rs hers and their friends at the university. ,Xt the be- ginning of ear-h semester this organization also holds an open house for the benefit of the new students. Inter-Varsit hristian The Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship on this vam- pus is one of nearly 500 chapters in the lvnited States and Canada of the inter-deiiominational and evangel- ieal organization. It provides fellowship in Christian living through prayer, Bible st-udy, and social ac- tivities. First row, left to right: VVillia1n Knop, lidith Howard, Carol Mor- gan, Geraldine Hirsrhy, .lean Cill2lI11lN'l'S. Second row: .loyro .Xnderson, Amy Birkett. John lfassie, Ralph Van llixhorn. lillen Cralblw, Margaret Ang- liker, Mildred Krauss, Morgan Meyers. .lark 'l'royi-r, .lorry Meythaler. Third row: Mar- garet Yolkniann, .loan Green- wood. Virginia Madagliian. .Xutlrey Kun-lin. Gwen Sf'lllIllZ. lfilm-on Douglas. Philip lloward, George .Xndrs-ws, Ray Sf-liofit-ld. Melvin Jolinson. Fourth row: .lalnes lil'tlUIlll'l', ltollort Smith, .laniesTlioinpson. Ross Douglas, liolmort Norton, lilt'lltll'll Norton, Curtis Knight. Vlvayrio lNleyers, liolmorl Tlirall. ISU Offirers were Mary Beth Hough, presidentq liussell Myers, vice-president: .lean Cratty, ref-ording serre- taryg Martha Porter rorresponding serretary: Fharles Koehler, treasurer. Mr. and Mrs. liolmert liueinniin served as the house couple. Fellowship Oflieers were Morgan Bleyers, president, Ralph Yan Dixhorn, vir'e-president, Mildred Krauss, serretary- treasurer, Peggy Angliker, program rhairman, Ellen Crabbe, missionary chairman, Marlys Siemans, social chairman, Jim Martin, prayer and Bible study rhair- rnan. The advisor for the group is Dr. John Alexander, . ,,i.....,.w..-, s ww 4 9 M Q 'I gy N , s u x xi. .1 K I 115 - ff J! 4 " f I l' ,v sig UU' umm v nu n f Q.. wi wg lf L8 wg, X.w 'wm- I ' w 5 5 Y 'nf ,L 4 A if 6,0 1- Q E KL 2 Q E E 5 3 S 4 X A ,A WWWWZWWWV W. wif., I R X . 'HW K I . ,W , A 5, , ,, ,- U ,WN Aw wwf-V W- ww-4e,,,Q1W Arm ROTC Thai Army livseiwe OH'ir-ers Training Corps, wliivh ut XVisc'onsin is under tho supervision of Colonel liobwt .I. Mc-Bride, continues to be 'thc' largest brzinvh of tho thrvv military units at the lviiivvrsity of Wvisvonsin. The vncl of the war in Korea CLLIISPCT a cloc-roase in the numbor of mon going into the zulvanc-od corps, but There is no clangvr of the army ever "going ont of busin0ss". Brzinr-hes rovored in the Army ROTC program are the Infznitry Corps, Corps of Engineers, the Blililzmry Polivo, the Trznlspmtzxtion Corps, the Signal Corps. and the Pharmziry Corps, making 21 total of 698 mon in tho ROTC udvaiic-eil vourse. 1,454 slndenfs vom- prisv basic- ROTC. is Col. Holm-rt J. N11-Bride spovtion. Outstzincling Cadets I'i'l'0iVC military z1w:11'mls Cach spring at Fvdm-ml Iuspvvtioii at Camp Rxuiclnll 197 3 g f . . , ies f - Af ,CQ ,f,:fMw,, ,, y , kggagsigsa, i.ffm.i.:fffq MQ, A FV, A .Winn 41"--V Y A -A' 172. ,Ea -'M ifffs I , " if - - ,A - 1: . by . V . ,x X , X- , , f-,f my, .,. - .f -w?35:,Q 'f f-wg. 'flfY-'Wftfxiieagw C - Tjiggw , . - L T - T 51351541,155f+i:S?72iifeg3,'f-,', ,. f f is-.mi f . . f . K . if wif - faylqbjpsia gws-Csagzfg , fairer: ,f,:f:sf-.isiz f Qismqaifff'-A L , . . , 0 :3,,::ggggqagggyf Az .,., jgw " mg sw4.sg3j,f:i,sf'1mgsgs if ,, q -A i' . .sf-izif5545i'f H'5i1szg9Z:1i5L5f3i??f1w .- , M- i4..,, VVism-onsin ROTC Gaul:-ts line up :xt thc Hold housm- lic-foro passing in rvview :ltr l'iGtT01'1lT In- l vi .Xfter spc-ucliug two years in basic- li0'l'C, military stucleuts may vhoose to serve two years iu the ad- vziiivecl vorps of the brauirli whirli they selert. Two university vredits each semester are given for the zulvzlm-ml vourse in military svieiive. Aclvzim-ecl stu- tlr-nlszu'v pziirl 90c-entsaclayuml1111-gix'r-ii smart oFfic'0rs' uniforms. lflltbll 1-ompletiou of their junior year the vzulets are I'l'llllll'0ll to iitteucl summer rump for ai period of six we-c-ks. M summer camp the students apply class- room lmowlmlge and gain zulclitimizll Dl'21l'llf'ill iii- st rum-1 ion. After 1-umpletiug the zulvzim-eil ROTC' 1'0lll'S0, out- slzuuliug vziclets are awarded vomniissious as sc-coiid lic-uleiizuils iii the lfuitecl States Army. 1 The Military Police drill team prep:u'm-S to slum' the results ol :1 yr-:lr of c'om'e11ti':1te4l pmc'tic'v. Top: Cumlm-l Cl:u'vm'e Steuslvy avts tlie part of il prisoner pl' war :it the 1953 military police summer L-aunp, Bottom: .X group of Signal CV'o1'ps-cwulets at work ou the .-XXf'I'Rf' :it Camp Gorclon. G4-m'g1u. Willi lln- 1-unuiiziml "lCyf-s'rigl1ll" ilu- liilzxutry passes lmy ilu- I'1'VlC'Wlllf.I Slillltl mi .Xrun-ml lfmuh lJ:iV. 193 i Air Force ROTC The AI"Rtl'l'C has eompleted its fifth year as a part of the Reserve Uffif-ers Training Corps at the l'niyer- sity of VVisc-onsin. The Air Foree program was estab- lished here to develop in students an understanding E X K of the purpose and func-tion of air power in the defense of the Vnited States. The eourse teaehes the principles of modern warfare and helps train ezmclidates to be intelligent, eompetent, and alert .Xir Foree officers. At the l'niversity of lViseonsin the Air Foree Ile- serye Olheers Training Corps cletaehment is eom- manded by Colonel E. P. Arc-liibald, l7.S.A.F. The training program as it is set up at the Vniversity per- mits students to pursue the eourses of their own . liclward Arehibnlrl choiee, thereby gaining the interest of the men and enabling them to use their own aptitudes to their best advantage. In order to provide praetieal experience in the ap- plieation of the information and taetties whieh the AFHOTC students learn in the elassroom during the aeademie year, the advaneed eorps students are re- quired to spend at few weeks at summer 1-amp upon eompletion of their junior year. Air Foree students are also eneournged to pzlrtiei- pate in military ext1'a-et1I'1'ie11la1' uetiyities. for both the soeial and the professional experienee they offer. Therefore the AFROTC sponsors Arnold Air Soeiety, Mitehell Airmen, and the llifle 'll1'2lm. ln a few years these Air Foree Cadets may :1.et.ually be seeing these eountries instead of merely l0f'IlflIlg them on the globe. Xn' Force men gain v:1lu:1ble praetieal expr-rienee nt their summer training base. ix! I K l In ,k.k,e K r , l K 1.27 t s 'r Lim V ,. f .- M, ,,,e K f-Hr:-A 5 :sw 'I ' J 'iff'-tl?f5ii7?'I- ALLL t as 3 - i ggi egtzsgi . i l - - - ' r W, H t In ' -if.LI15552,sagelfwgemeX , wffatil' QSQMQ5' -- -i ,- V ,. , - My t-riiils' fi. R5-', , ZQ EE".." ff: "M" N: K M M Knew' H5 ' iw' J 545 " ' -:-.J T f' -35" "'.-f'fZf-5:-'5:.E:i.I-:Q"?!:5f.I' fi f f S11 as 7 -Vi : - , , . . My ,gre QW' 2 ,X . l . , ,X I Capt. Norman WV. lfllis Navy ROTC To provide a souree of eompetent eareer and re- serve oH'ieers for the l'nited States Navy, the Naval lleserve Urlieers Training Corps was established in 1946 on the l'niversity ol' lYiseonsin eampus. The NHUTC' plan at lViseonsin is a four year pro- gram. during whieh time the midshipmen take exten- sive eourses in naval seienee, In addition to studying naval suhjeets during the aeademie year, prospeetive naval offieers partieipate in praetieal applieation ol' their training during summer vaeation eruises, lmoth afloat and ashore. l'niversity of lYiseonsin NHOTC l'nit members underwent amphibious warfare training at the VS. Naval Amphibious Base at Little Freek, Norfolk Yirginia, as a part of their summer training this year. The training exereise involved more than 800 juniors from 26 of the nation's eolleges and universities. They took both elassroom instruetion and praetieal work to at-quaint them with fundamentals of amphibious war- fare. Naval litJTC provides its members with opportun- ities in extra-eurrieular aetivities, also. Among the organizations sponsored hy NlitJTCl are the NliOTK' tllee C'lulm, Nautilus Soeiety, and the NHOTC' Pistol Team. During the year the naval unit also puts on speeial events sueh as Navy liall and Military liall, whieh is eooperatively sponsored hy all the military units on the eampus, Vaptain Norman W. Ellis, l'.S.N,, is the eommand- ing offieer of NHUTK' at the l'niversity ol' Wiseonsin. li. B. llussell was the Midshipman Battalion Com- mander ol' the 271 students enrolled in the naval seienee l'Ulll'Sfx. Top: .Xll knowledge ol' naval seienee need not lie olmtained tli it from a textlmoolc, Center: Midshipmen are taught the torpedo is a lrasie part ot' modern warlrtre. Bottom: Summer eruise lielps earry ont the slogan. "Join Navy and See tlie World." the W5 K 5 .et ...,.., First row, left to right: Gilt VV:Lrren, Holm Knxiiierelizili, Major Asprev. Colonel .Xrehihztlfl, lill'l1lt'Il21llf Cfupon, Dave Coleman. Ray Iluncler, Kenneth Corinzu-li. Second row: Douglas Meflezin, Vernie Lopztn. .luek Merriinnii, Diek Heeinxtn, Dtmiie cil'lt'HlJ2i.f'll, lion Ryan, Ron Uelmruin, .lint Hume, llnve Vinton, l':1rroll Huncls. Arnold Air ociety Juniors and seniors in the 21LlVtlllt't'Cl AFl?O'l'C' make up Arnold .Xir Soeiety, at military organization whose members meet together to further the purpose, mission, trzulition, and eoneept ot' the l'nitetl States Air Foree as :L means oi' nzitionzil defense. The memhers of Arnold Air Society feel that their meetings help promote ,Xmeriean eitizenship :intl ereate at friendly :intl more effieient relationship zunong the stir eztdets. The sqnzulron of Arnoltl Air Soc-iety at the l'niver- sity ot' XYiseonsin was nztmetl utter liiehzirtl liong, the World lVztr ll nee. unrl it wus estzihlisheml in 1948. Het-nlise ot' the interest in the Soeiety and the respeet it has reeeivecl, this military orgztnixzition has grown until there :ire noxv over lilllSt1lltltll'HllS all eolleges and universities throughout the eountry. lilly Beezutse aviation has heeome so important hoth in pezieetime and in time of xvztr. the members of ,Xrnolcl -Xir Soeiety take great enthusiasm in meeting together to learn hy means of lQt'illl'0H, movies, :intl disenssions of the latest Air Foree plans :incl ohjeetives. Soeizil zxetivities are not hy any means overlookecl hy these .Ur Fort-e ltU'l'C ezulets. Of their soeial events. the 'Ullztke-Off Bull", and il banquet helfl eaeh spring hefore lfetlerzil lnspeetion :ire several of the Soeiety's biggest. Uflieers were: llztvicl G. Volemzin, eonnnztnclerp lloh- ert liztzinerehzik, exeentive offieerg Dunne CiI'lt'Sl?Zlt'll, ndjntzuit 3 liiehttrcl lleemzin, eomptroller: ltonaltl llyun. puhlieutions ol'hr-er. .Xdvisors were Major ,Xsprey :intl Lt. cltlIDl'0ll. si f, 1 , ,ess First row, left to right: Kvn Rnsst-ll. VVynn VVilli:L1ns, First Sc-rgvriiitg lluroltl ltvhholz, First Lll'lllt'llIllltf Mujm' R. li. lltlllillilll, Atlvisor: Holm Stvplnm. Clnptzting Ray Nlillc-r, Bob liowvll. .lohn Murphy. Second row: Rogvr Srliwvgvr, Lovl Hahn, Holi Brntlc-r, ,lim liiiclivott, VVvslvy Nocll, lfloytl Pnt1'ic'li. l"rwl Suppiiigtnn. Gary Sl'llWtIlltlK'l'. Brin Luger- qnist, .luck Burnett. Scabbard and Blade Klemhvrship of Sr-zihhzml and Blziclo is vompnsecl of Army, Navy, and ,Xir Forvv zlclvaiivc-rl ROTC' vadots :intl is onv of thc- highest military honors for ziclyulirctl vorps cadets. This nzltional l10ll0l'lll'y military sovitrty had its origin ut tho 'University of XYisc-onsin in 1905. Thus Wisvon- sin's Company A, First livgiment is tho ttrnothei' vuinpzuiy of over 120 other 1-olnpzniivs in vollc-gcs and nniversitivs throughout thc- 1-ountry. Smihlmzlrcl :ind lilziclv was founded for the purpose ot' promoting ai frienclly and prot'0ssionzil feeling among tht- lies:-l'v0cl Oflir-vrs Training Corps vznlots of ull lmmiivlivs ot' the sviyice. ln thoir activities thc invmlwrs tlvyelop qualities and zittitnclvs Whivh are ossvntial to 1-mnpete-nt ofhc'0rs, kc-vping in minrl that military serv- if-0 is an lllllDOl'lllIll obligation of vitizc-nship. Thr- momlwrs of Svnlmlmaiwl and Blzulc- ropresvnt var- ions majors in the lllllYi'l'Slly, and all are at-tive in their own fivlds as well as in the military fir-lcl. Purtit-ipa- tion in vzimpns avtivitivs is t'UllSlClQl'0fl :Ln important. mvzlns of clovoloping lozidership and is lll9l'Cl.0I'0 flesir- able- for futnrv oflirers of the .Xrmefl Fmm-os. Manly forinzil and i11fo1'n1:1l t'nnc'tions are sptmsorecl llll'0llgl1Olll the year lay this OI'g2Q21lllZ2tii0ll. Eau-li year Sf'tllblJ21I'd :intl Hlnclv memlwrs take nn zultiye pzlrt in thc tlirevtion of Military Bull. Sczilmlmzml and lilzule sponsors ziwzmls to vzulets givvn at thc- Foclvrzil ln- spcr-tion he-ltl vvery spring. 0H'it'0rs ot' St'Z1l3l7tll'tl and Blutlv wort! Holm Stvpliun, Cziptziing llzirolcl livhliolz, first liuntvnznitg Frzink Gat- yais, sovoncl lie-ntenanl: :incl Wynn lYilli:1Ins, first sor- gvznit. Major' li. S. lgtllillllilll was tht- z1rlyism'. 197 Mitchell Airmen The Mitt-hell .Xirmen Soeiety is at military organiza- tion eomposed of basie .XFRUrl'C' endets. Organized on the 1Visc-onsin ezrmpns in the fall of 1951, its mem- bers meet toget her to promote Hesprit de eorpsfl pro- vide leadership training, and stimulzrte interest, in Air Foree eareers. Pershing Rifles Pershing Rifles has been :retire on the Wiseonsin eznnpns for seventeen years, eiiconrugingzg the high ideals of the military profession, giving its members more military experience, and reeognizing the high degree of the ability of its members. This military organization is 21 national honorary sot-iety. founded in 1894 by Lieutenant John J. Per- First row, left to right: John llewnne, Ken llonlevy, Ron Plnnnner, Dick Onstad, Jim Kissinger, Donald Russell. Sec- ond row: Satin Reynolds, l'Ilwyn Vl'illi:1lns, Ken VVinter, Rziylnoncl Miller, Lt.. Volonel Wvilliznn Vl'ikot'l'. MAfSerge:u1t- Robert Jell- eol t, Jzinies MeN:1ll, Floyd Olson, John 1Yilli:rms. Third row: tllerzild Mrrlmlko, Riek Dettloll, Ulnirles lliekisell, ltlrie lJl'f,iI'2ll-l-. Donald Jones. C'lnrrles llielison. Glenn liruskiewiez, Herbert Rriltlwin, xyillililll Ilow- zlrd. 198 First row, left to right: J. liretseh. M, Sehmitlley, D. Arc-nz, ll. Martin, ll. llnstretlt. N. Ilzinsen. Second row: J. l'er-la. Cf lQlt'llllIlt', R. Rrown. P. Just. C':1pt. Xvllllillll Byers. li. Ylnrne. R. l.1-igliton. R. Shaw. I". Tliorp. J. lleitlt. Third row: . l1:1sey,VV. tl:nierke, R. Amos. P. Jeghnn, J. lloffmain. X. Stein- lnetz, lf. Nystrom. G. llnnsen. J. Martin, ll. lnwson. J. Stem-ge. Fourth row: J. linenzi, J. Tyler, BI. Vlvztglit-1'. .X. llzimele, li. Rive, A. Hensc-hell, I". lVinterboth:un. ID. linbitz, T. livnns, G. Bliss. J. lioehnlein. I3 Uffieers were l'lVilllS 1Vzn'ne, president: Stephen Varter, exeeutive oflieer: Riehurd Brown. udjntantg lid Thorp, finzniee oflieerq Riehan'd Leighton, first tzietieul ofl'ieerg Peter Just, seeond tzietiezil offieerg :ind Roger Shaw, third tactic-:il offieer. Fnptain 1Villizim Beyers and l,lt'l1lCIlZ11ll Leslie King were advisors. shing, and it was established :Ls Company C, See-ond Regiment of the National Soeiety of Pershing Rifles nt the Vniversity ol' lYiseonsin in 1936. Lieutenant Colonel 1Vikoff is the soeiety's advisor. and offieers were Raymond Hiller, eziptziing Kenneth Winter, first platoon leader: James NleNztll, exec-lltive oflieer: :ind Sam Reynolds. ztdjntzxnt. W ., H . ts,-5 Y, ,iw-ww M-L., , . First row, left to right: f1l!Il'l'Ilt'l' Xrdelt, Merrill lilttlllllltlllll, Reu- l7t'Il l'lI'lt'liSUIl. David Rlylllllllg. Fritz C':1llit-s, F1'edel'ir'li l1llll- mam. Second row: Leo lilllllS- iali. Riellrlrd llielison, llflllilltl H:1111ilto11, ll:11'old 1511114-1'. S1lltlI'1- lVIOI'4'llUllSl'. Third row: C':1pt. Rtlyllltbllll f1tLI'lSUll, Roln-rt lXIt'llIl, Clillwrt Soldat, Phillip .lost-pl1, Riehzlrd Sf'llXY2lI't'l'. Phillip Reed, David l"o1'1-st. ll Sgt. Rolrert Jel'feott. arsity Rifle Team The Varsity Rifle Team has enjoyed IHZLIIY years ol' lC69ll eo111petit,io11 witl1 other Big 711011 rifle teams, llllll it has 1-ome llp with its share of prizes 211111 awards. The Rifle Team traveled to i11vitatio11al matehes at Illillly Big Te11 1111ive1'sities tl1is year, 111111 it was host to 11111 NRA mateh i11 l'1OlJl'lli1l'Y. Provost Corps Provost Corps, a Illllltbllill orga11izatio11 founded hy Zllld eomposed of Nlilitary Police, hoasts forty mem- bers Oll the VVlSt'0llSlIl eampus. These members are a part of the NLP, l7I'2lllt'll of the R.tl.T.C. Sinee tl1e emphasis is plaeed 011 seeing rather fllilll o11 heariiig. the Corps took Illally field trips during tl1e year, tlllt' of the trips taking them to lVa11pa11, where X. l.-- ' all :Ja ,je AA'-ark :gf .,. e. 4 The team litllllld a great deal of e11joyme11t and satis- faction 111 tl1e eompetition of riHe marksmauship during tl1e year. About 1011 members eomposed tl1e Yartity Rifle Team. and their advisor was Captain Rtlyllltlllfl A. Carlson. they visited the State Prison. Movies and speakers comprised tl1e program when there was no field trip planned. OHLieers were: Robert Gardiner, provost marshall: Ray XValker, deputy marshall: .James -lllllg. adjutautg TQOII lg0f'lil'Il21ll, f'lIl21lll'P oflieer. Lt. Col. .loh11 Smith was the advisor. We gf . fi 2 J. ViI1ee11t-. 17. llt'l'I'llllg. J. H i ltlI1L1, D. ZIlll1t'lit'. H. Redm D. Sllilllllllll, XV. liiesslirig. First row, left to right: J. Mt lfvoy, R. l'lt?t'llIH1lIl. H. Zimmer Illtlllll, Lt. Colonel -101111 Smith . Major .Xlfred Sauelli, T 5 l51'Ollglli, R. Rodgau. VV. Taves Second row: .l. Lyke, S. D1 W Merrell, M. M:1eA1'tl1111', J. .lung R.. Ga1'di11e1-, R. wY21lRi'l', G Moore, R. Massey, D. Ho1g I'l'f'0gIliZ0li :it l'ml4-1':ll Inspcvtiou for their Svrv iccs iluring the your. VViSl'UllSil1 li.O,'l'.C'. sluclonis gain p1'zu-livzil oxpvri- 9I1C'G at vamp in thc SlllTlTHl'l', obtain kimwlcrlglc in tho c'l,Lss1'omn Cilll'il1gJQ thc yvzlr. und arc l'i'f'UglliZ0ii for thoii' work ut Federal Inspnwlion in the spring. In thvse history-nizikiilg yvzirs Ihv Army, Navy, and Air F011-9 livswvvd Offivors Tlnlillillfl' Forps pl-iv 21, 1 r-w 4. Vital Polo in the lizltiolfs clcfolisv IJl'0QQl'21ITl. With thv kiiowlerlge thvy huvv 211-qliin-ul in iil0il' li.U.'l'.C'. traili- iug progmnis, young mon may c-ntvi' tho sz-1'Vir'e wvll equipped and volificlc-11t of doing thc-ii' juli wvll. Pl'I'SlJIl2li gc-zu' is vln-1-lwml lvui'm'0 lankm--UH' on :xii rn'iv1il:1Tim1 filgilf. i Outstzuidilig mon of the ,'Xdv:111r'0f1 Corps art , 4 ,www ,, ..-.flaw-2 K' U1-mv:f.iQ--w any , . .Q ,, lfw yfitzggiiiazsrxf. M .-..1gS-igagii-iffflfal ,f-hiL,,,-w3kff,55g4g.-- .3 Nw'-Sfh-5,5-QZLTQ -W Q K Wai h-SSM 4,115--K.:s?NS5f?5i??Fmgff:Z1sEs,g??5gSag-Eid-Q'fxfzwafsesfmn Q4 W . .fwlf-gag-in - 1 - 3 -fvgfzgfiffvl: f- vwgffpfasfs R F 1 f 5 nw I - li tdffu Blot lx silntc s Illinois. eremonies at the Ohio State g Badger Block The Badger Bleek was something new to the VVis- eonsin football seone this year. Improving with every game, the Hloek, under the r-apalmle direetion of .lim Shorr and c-ompany, t-ame to be quite adept at produv- ing eye-pleasing patterns that many times drew Hohs" and Hahsw from the Visitors aeross the field, The pietnres on this page are two examples of the Bloek's fine work. Due to the industrious work of the Badger Bloc-k members this year, the Block should he here to add color to Wisconsin football games for many years to come. Some day, the home team rooters may get a View of this speetaele in aetion. me as they look from enemy territory. fx VM AN Am. AMEXZHCAN - WMAL-f MV WCTUZE wx-X9 ON VEGETABK-E1 we .mms GLEASON snow- O2 'WNERAL MY NNMTIALS ATZE THE SAME A9 A FAMOUS CLUB'- NNHOAM 1? 'THIS CRAZY , BENCH. WHERE 5 7 THE 1 THOUGHT EAY2 2 Q vow wuz , , NN 'VEAINW . T ,- GET TOUGH , YOU CAN COURSE . 'THE SHELL. SAN 1551- A OUTA 6AlN ' HEEE " , f OOEO XJ! E ON OONNER 8 t ON BLNTZEN , ,N Q5 WXSCONSIN. f FROM DMTZEN K W O45 WXFAN A a O,--0 . A 6, TEIQAEE I 1'-+-rv, -f-f Guy M. Sundt Art Lentz Athletic Department Behind the scenes of Wisconsin athletic activity lies a well-coordinated athletic department. VVithout the planning, the time spent, and the hard work done by this group, it would be impossible for the Vniversity to have the fine athletic program that it has now. Guy M. Sundt, who has headed the department since October, 1950, has done much to make the ath- letic program the finest one in years. The Sports News Service is headed by Art Lentz, who issues all the news on various teams as well as managing various publicity assignments. Mr. Lentz also announces basketball games and has other radio and television programs describing athletic activity. Assisting him is Bonnie Ryan, who has proven him- self an indispensible aid to Various campus publica- tions in securing pictures of athletics. The job of planning ticket distribution rests with William Aspinwall, who is also the business manager for athletics. HBonniol' Ryan William Aspinwall ...nt si. Coaches- -George Lampheur, Freshman Coach: Paul Shaw, End Coavhg Fred Marsh, Junior Varsity: Ivy VVilliamson, Head Cozlvhg Milt Bruhn, Line Coachg Bolo Odell, Baekfield Coavh. Une half of the 1'eason why lVisconsin footballers fooled the experts this year is to be found in their coach- ing staff. Ifnder the generalship of Ivy Williamson and his staff, lVist-onsin piled up an overall recford of six wins, two losses, and a tie. In vonferenee play, the Badgerls record was five, one, and one. This same record was good enough a year before for a champion- ship tie and a trip to the Rose Bowl, and this year it was worth third plave, a half-game out of another championship tie. VVisr'onsi11 was rated in the sevond division at the beginning of the season due to the loss of some key players through injuries. However, neither the team nor the coat-hes paid any attention to the Hsooth- sayers" and by the third or fourth game, it was evi- dent that Williamson and his staff had produved another hard-to-beat hall Club. Under their dire:-tion, the team was a title contender going into the last game. oaching taff Hwzu-m Vpll' Wiz: my ff Firgt row, left to right: cfillllly. Vznrl. C'yw:x11:1. Ill-s1:1f'l10, Cn-Capt. IVJUI'IllDllI'Q.f. ci!!-fiillli. xVlllll'IIl2lH, Dixon. Nssc-1'. Gulsvth. Second row Iluvgglm, l,I1IIlIJlll'I'0. Millvr. VXVHSUII, Vwgzvlis, liolnwts. lic-lmlmlg. Hitt. .XIlll'I'ht'. Third row: .hIlll1Ili1SK'I1. Iilmlclt. I'n':1tt. llrf-wry, fliIlj.fl'1lSS 1.01-klin. Lllllliill, Mnlxsfivlcl, Mvssrlc-V, l'iv1-1-1-. Fourth row: Stmaslxy, T4-mp. I'l'SiIl. Voss. xV2llSll0I'f, Bouhvr. Cfmtruzli. Uittrivh. fglily Fifth row: H2llliSll, Hs-rtel. Kilgvr, Millvr. Kulizm. Iim1ovsky. Llulwig. lX1t'XtlIll2lI'2l. IIu!'v1'. Iluqzm. Norby. Sixth row: N:m':nk:x. lJlSK'Il Pm-sv, Iiosnmlic-lu. Sf'l111I11:u'l1v1'. SIIIHFHII. Slilijllxf, Stillwh, Tllfmlas. VFI'1li'y. xVC'illl'I'T. Seventh row: Sl'Il2iI'I'i!lQ,'llIll15011, Jr. Mgr.. Lain lmlc-y. Asst. Ifquip. Mgr., VVcmz1w:u'1l. l42lIl1IJlll'1lI', Shaw. Bruhn. XXilliIlIl1SHll, Oda-ll, AIIIVSTI. Yun Dyke-. Bakkz-. Rnlwrts. Team C'0-f':1pt:1i11s Rll'LU'l' lJm'11ln11'gx:1111l Jv1'1'y xVllIll'Ill1lll Zur, Football Practice Football is not all glory, The team spent many long hours eat-h week getting in shape for Satnrclay's game. For every hour of ac-tual game time, the team spent anywhere from fifteen to twenty hours in prae- tieo sessions. It is here that the groundwork must, be laid for a winning season. The opposition's running plays are studied and run through in dummy serimmage so that the defense may be adjusted to be able to stop them. The offense work eonsists mostly in reworliing plays that have been snr-c'esst'nl against the opponents in the past. Along with this, grinding workouts on the tackling dummies and the slefls are earrietl ont eaeh day. Pit-- tnres of last weekls game are shown to help the players improve themselves. The players and the eoarhes work hard here, and this year's winning team bore the fruit of the long afternoon prac-tiees. .L . T 3 5? 'Z 1 i Pass defense practice '?f uljllllllllyll sr-riminagc 207 .-3.5. ,,,,,- EBL Bill Miller sharpens his kieking toe Linenien Work on taekling "Dnmmies'l Miles ot' tape lielp make a Winning team ff- ?il it owffwi CN A DV Penn tate l Wisconsin 20 "The Horse" is llfjlllllilll lvy P01111 State '1.'i' The 1953 1Visr-o11si11 football team 'displayed 11 well l1ala1111-ell 011101188 and 21 solid defense as the Bzulgcrs downed il highly 1'9gLlI'ilQIl P01111 State team hy 21 20-0 svorv before -19,000 opening day fans, 19111111111-k Alan .XIHE'f'l1P pac-ed the l311clg91'ls altar-k he gain- ed 115 yards i11 20 attempts. A111111-he svorel from the four yard lill1' i11 the serfmid q11a.rte1'. Wis0011si11 scored in the third period 011 a 11i110 yard F1111 hy Clary Bratt, and i11 the fourth lll13,I'tE5l' on Bob Giugrass' four yard 1'11ll. c2112:l1'10I'lJB,f'li Gust Vergetis kim-lied the extra points. Cl211'EIlC'0 S11-11sl1y vvx 1,11 1111 ,, ,, , ,, , tml U lm 11151-o11s111s detonse allowed the Visitors a gillll of o11ly 120 yards offe11sivelyg 50 yards Ull the ground dllll 70 yards 011 passes. "Yo11'll S021I'l'l1 and you'll Sl'Ill'lfll, but yO1l,ll IIPVOI' find" . . . OH! Amechc drives across after a six yard plunge. Victory was especially sweet for approximately half of the 51,363 fans who remained, despite a game long downpour, to see the Badgers come from behind twice to beat a stubborn Marquette contingent 13-11. Marquette scored immediately after receiving the kick-off. The Badgers tied the score late in the first period when Alan Ameche scored on a three yard rung the drive began on the Hilltopper 31 where end Norb Esser broke up an attempted punt. Mar- quette regained the lead before half time on a safety. Ameche electrified the soaked spectators in the third period when he spun away from a tackler and dashed 24 yards for the deciding touchdown. Marquette's other two points came on an automatic safety in the waning minutes of the game. The ond of the line. Top, John Dixon, Bottom, .lim Temp Wisconsin arquette Y VN itt Alam ,xIllt't'llt' Hfirlamtl C':11'l .lim Millvr "May 1 t'lll i11?' 1 lgQltlgK'l'S llilll IvC'li1llS sl1ort ot' goal. Wisconsin .C.L. . 13 VCTIA 1'z1pita1lizc-rl o11 two ol' its Illillly St'Ul'lllQQ tDpIJUI'llllllll0S to llc-feat visiting.: Wist-o11si11 I3-0 i11 il ggzune played ut night lmcforc' 70,000 l'2lllS 111 the Los ,'Xll,ElC'l0S NlVOIHtbl'l2ll clOllSl'l1IH. 'l'l1c- l'C'l,.XNS 111 t-l1allqi11g:g up lllt'll' fOlll'll1 yivtory of thc sezxsou. 11'o1'c1 IJIll'lltl by lllll l11'illiz111t luillll C'z1r11vro11, 'l'l1o l3r11i11s put on Illill't'll6'H lll the Hrst Zllltl thircl poriomls for their sc-ores. A 1'cc-oy- ered l-llllllllt' lay l'C'lA i11 the first pf-riotl Oll tlw Wism-o11si11 24 yard lime lml to il ltJllt'llllIbWIl five-playslaterwl1e111C':1I11c1'o11 st-orwl. liolm lJ2lY0llI30l'l sm-ororl lll tllc- tllirtl poriocl on ll two yard elriyv to rap :1 51 y2ll'tl 1111111-l1. 'l'l1c1 l31'11i11s' 1l11l'c-11sv was Gflllillly vffvv- tive 11s tlw olicf-11sv as it helcl Wisc'o11si11's i1Tl2lt'li to 21 totz1l ol' 109 yurcls. .xlilll All1t't'llt'gL2l1lll1'll 5tly:11'rlsz1gz1i11st tl1vst11l1- lb0l'll lgI'lllIlS to loaul the B2liljli'l' :1ttz1r'l4, The grunt- 111:11'lu-tl the first loss ol' tl111 svason for tlw lizulgers and the only timm- thoy wc'1'0 l10l1l s1'orf1l0ss. ix , Wisconsin Purdue Jim Miller runs away from the f'Boilermakers". Wisconsin opened the defense of its Big 10 Co-Cham- pionship by defeating its co-titleholders, Purdue 28-19. Quarterback Jim Miller, starting his first game for Wiscorisiii, scored two touchdowns and directed the Badger attack smoothly. Wisconsi11's devastating ground attack shattered the Boilermakers' homecoming hopes before 30,700 spec- tators. The Badgers rolled up 313 yards they scored twice in the second quarter, and once in the two final periods. Midway in the second quarter, Gary Messner recovered a fumble on the Boilermakers, 365 a few plays later Harland Carl scored. Millerls first touch- down followed a 77 yard run by halflnack Clary Bratt. Miller's second touchdown came in the third quarter when he raced 50 yards behind perfect blocking. Bratt picked np a loose ball in the last period and ran 20 yards for Wisc-onsin's final sc-orc. Bill Miller converted after each touchdown. Gary Messncl Mark Hoc-gh lion lion-klin Milam C ww 11 1 Il l I in Bill Miller Bill Mr-Nzunzuni lVI:1rty Booher B1 att s tackle too late to prevent Watkins' score for O.S.U. Gulseth upends Buckeye-Ameehe, Carl Hassistu Wisconsin 19 Ohio tate 0 lVisconsin lost a heartbreaking game to Ohio State before a revord breaking crowd of 52,819 in Camp Randall. The seore was 20-19. The Badgers seemed to have the game won at the end of the third quarter when they led 19-7. The Bur-keyes scored twice in the final period 5 the winning touch- down coming on a 60 yard pass from lieg- get to Cassidy with only two and one- half minutes remaining. A last second field goal attempt by Bill Miller was wide. Ohio State scored first midway in the first period on Cassidy's three yard run. The Badgers hounc-ed back when Jim Miller scored on an eleven yard run late in the initial periodg and in the second period when Miller passed to Esser for four yards and the seore. Both of Wiis- c-onsin's extra point attempts failed. Miller scored again in the third period on a11 eleven yard run after which Bob Gingrass Converted to give the Badgers their 19-7 lead. Watkins, score early in the final period moved the Buckeyes to within striking distance. .graft Q.. 'Wg 8 Wm ff-e fir-sf 1 'sz 4 A if "Cats" close in to claw Car . is 385 A potent Wisconsin offense and a stubborn defense enabled the Badgers to ruin Northwesternls home- coming by defeating the Wildcats 34-13. The 47,000 people in Dyche Stadium, plus the na- tional television audience, saw the Badgers score in every period. Wisconsin received the kickoff and scored on an 80 yard drive which ended when end Ron Locklin caught Jim Nlillerls 47 yard pass. A Miller to Harland Carl pass was good for 52 yards and ascore in the sec- ond quarter. ln the third period Wisconsin scored twice to make the count 28-0. Carl scored on a four yard walk, and Jerry Witt, on a seven yard run. Bill Miller converted after the first. four touchdowns. The Badger line of Locklin, Esser, Hoegh, Gulseth, and Bill Miller was especially effective on defense. Norm .Mnundscn Wisconsin 34 l orthwestern Norlm lisser sr Wgssfsax ., . ,jeg .1 id x, .K to is sl . Z :3'f352. ' Clary Bratt R V V -,--. . A 1 f, Boll Gingrass .,, ,,, ,,,'. Q N ' 4 i-: . . 'V - Q.. .. ..: --'1 i t , 5 , 1 .. 'I L ' . , . B' "' df? 3 K m fR3.i ' :Q-'lf W. x . 5EffHy""f3f .f YW ,V if ME, 1 V W. xp W 1 L,'. .A-X Nw. X-Q g .15- MW.. -, K, I K 1 4 I '!r4'i4'Wg Wisconsin I0 Iowa An enthusiastic homecoming crowd of 52,819 saw Wisconsin bound back from the previous week's one point loss to Ohio State, to defeat an ever improving Iowa team 10-ti. The victory gave the Badgers a 2-1 conference record and kept them in the thick of the championship race. The game winning play was typical of the action throughout the contest. .IimMillerthrew a 25 yard pass to Harland Carlg the Hawkeye defensive back cut in front of Carl and momen- tarily intercepted the pass. The ball, however, bounded out of his arms, Carl grabbed it and ran 1ti yards for the touchdown. Bill Miller provided the Badgers with the margin of victory. He converted after Carl's touchdown and in the second quarter he kicked a 23 yard field goal. A 37 yard pass to George Rice following the field goal gave Iowa a ti-3 lead at halftime. Wisconsin's offense proved itself a puzzle to the highly rated Iowa defense. The Badgers gained 163 yards by rushing and 211 more via passing. Ameche gained 76 yards to add to his ever mounting seasonys average. Also instru- mental in the Badger attack was the punting of Bob Gingrass and Wendall Gulseth, that kept the Hawkeyes deep in their own territory most of the afternoon. .lim Miller had a suc- cessful afternoon in the passing department completing nine out of nineteen attempts. lion Locklin caught four of Millerls tosses for a total of 46 yards. Iowa could only gain 170 yards against the Badger defense. Williamson and his coaching staff have never lost a homecoming game. Out for an afternoon st roll. 14 1 55? . M fi life?" I .. if W? .. W 7 :wwf Pri. ta . 7,0 :V f' ' ,fl ei El '?vz5Ii'f?af 1:3 gif-vi f ef'2:a:2l52ezae.a'- 21 ni' '4 fi 93559171-"5't2f'I"'Efia" . V if r-fi, We 3 t'Praise to Tliec we sing," - I An-... K-- U8 - 9 - 10 - Weelll Miller bounced out by Iowa's Vincent. Closing in on Caroline . . . Vaunted Illinois got s down to dc fc it Wisconsin 34 Illinois Wisconsin played its best game of the season when it sent Illinois down to defeat hy the lopsided seore of 34-7. IVisc'onsin revealed a defense whieh rendered ineffective the previously unstopped team of Caroline and Batesg while offensively VVisc-onsin eompiled a rush- ing and passing total of 394 yards. Illinois took the opening kiekoff and marched 66 yards to score. Wisconsin, not to be outdone, rec-eived the ensuing kim-koff and drove 66 yards with Jim Miller scoring on a K1ll2lI'IOI'lJ21l'Ii sneak. In the sec-ond period Ilarland Carl put the Badgers ahead with his 40 yard touchdown dash. Following a scoreless thi1'd period, IYisr-onsin turned the game into a rout. Miller sc-ored on an eight yard rung Jerry Witt, on a forty yard side line rung and Bob liamphere finished the scoring for the day with a three yard run. Bill Miller converted after the Badgers' first four touelidowns. Bob Iinlnphere Toni Canny bust V1 igf tis - i"fe4' 9,l' ' I Q ' ' f-Sl .SCH 61-H' iii? Locklin grabs a Miller pass for a Badger score. .lohn Dittrich Charlie Thomas Ron Roberts Minnesota Wisconsin Wisconsin's hopes for a share in the Big 10 cham- pionship were rudely jolted by Minnesota as the Gophers tied the Badgers 21-21, in the season's final game, played in Memorial Stadium before 62,154 spectators. The Badgers avoided almost certain defeat in the final seconds of the game when Bill Mc-Namara re- covered a Gopher fumble on Wiscoiisiiils two yard line. All-American Paul Geil scored on a two yard run, after setting up the touchdown by throwing a 47 yard pass. Jim Miller threw two touchdown passes in the sec- ond period. He threw 24 yards to Essergand completed a 52 yard pass to Jerry lVitt in the closing seconds of the half. The Gophers scored once in the third and fourth periods to lead 21-14 before Alan Ameche's scoring run, and Bill Miller's third conversion tied the score. t'Don't touch mel'--Miller talks him out of it. is ,, K fs i Y ' ,Sir .mx -' 5 we Az' fi-dig ' Pls A sw. . A . 4-si Left to right: Coach Riley Best, Tom Monfore, Iiary Ba rrct, Gene Sultze, Bruno Mancr. .Ion Dalton, Mark Whelan, Carroll Sternhcrg, Bill Inda, Bill McHngc. VVisconsin Wisconsin Wisconsin Wisconsin RECO It D Michigan State ..,. Iowa U. , ..... , . . Wheaton ......... Central Michigan . . N. Illinois Teachers Illinois State Normal Michigan State ..,, Indiana ....,... . Michigan ....,. Captain Tom Monfore shows the form he used to win for Badger Harriers. Cross Country Captained by Tom Monfore, the Badger Harriers got off to a flying start. They were rated a hig power and they proved their potential by crushing Michi- gan State at East Lansing. Garvey from State took first place hut Wisconsin dominated all the other places to walk away with the meet. Next the Badgers entertained Iowa If. here. Rich Fergusen of Iowa, a fine runner, took first and Mon- fore, Dalton, Sultze, Mauer, and Sternberg tied for second. Wisconsin won easily. Wisconsin then flew to Chicago for the Loyola In- vitational at Montrose Beach. The team did very well with Monfore, Dalton, and Sultze for Wisconsin tak- ing second, third, and fourth respectively. The win- ning time was 17:25. Monfore ran in 17:33. At the Big Ten Conference Championship the Bad- gers managed to get third place running over the four mile course at Washington Park in Chicago. Ferguson of Iowa II. won in 192432 minutes. Best for Wiscon- sin was Tom Monfore who ran fifth with a time of 20:05. W'isc-onsin was given a good chalice to win this one but didn't show up as well as it might have because several of the hoys got stomach cramps. In the NCAA Championships Wisconsin finished eighth. Wes Santee of Kansas crossed the line first in 19:43.53 minutes over the four mile course at East Lansing, Michigan. .Ion Dalton finished first for Wis- consin t34th in the meetj with a time of 21 minutes. Co-Captains for next season are Tom Monfore and Gene Sultze. 'XX et . wwmxwmmxwwm ,A ,mvwf , www! Aa ,xwmem-mam nmfnmwzwm Badgers Tie For Fifth '1'he 1Vis111111si11 1mz1s1111t11z111 team 1111511111 11111 1953-54 s11us1111 by 111111111111 t1111i1' first four 1'1pp111111111s, 111111 111911 w1111t 1111 to 1-11n1pi111 at s11z1s1111's 1'111'o1'1,1 111' 12 XY11lS 111111 111 losses. 111 the W11st11r11 C'1111fe1'e111'11 play 11111 1g2l11QQQ1'1S 13-8 1'111-1.1rd ti1111 11111111 wit11 N1J1'111XVQS1OI'll for fifth p1z11'e. C'11z11-11 1111111111 11111111 1"11st11r, 111 his 11i11111111111t11 y11u.r as the Bztdger 1'1J2L1'1l, 11s1111 Virtually 11111 s1111111 stznrting 1i1111-up 1111111111311 11111 s11:1s1111. 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Daley drivvs in luml umlc-1' thv o11tst1'0tr'l1ccl arms of Uklnlmmzl :ulvc-1's:1l'y. l:iJI1LiWK'iSlll,'I' :Lili-lnpls :L layup against Olilillllllllil, :md trius an Jump shot! ilgilwilllil lllmms. 213 Wisvonsin VVist'onsin VViseonsi n Wiseonsin Wiseonsin Wisconsin VVism-onsin IiEC'OIIID Indiana Mieliig: Illinois .....,,A . . Xortlnvt-stern. . . . Ulrieago ...,,,, . . Iowa I Michigan State .. . Paul Verwey takes a ritle on the 'III':lIl1IJOllIlt'. This is rnneh harder than it looks. 224 Bolm Grollo shows form on the flying rings. Captain Bolt was a standout for VVISUUIISIII. Gs mnastics Ired by Captain Iiolz Grollo. the Iiadger Gymnasts opened the season with a promising win against Indi- ana. They dropped the next two to Northwestern and Illinois. The team eame haek to win the next ones from Northwestern and Chic-ago hut they didn't have enough to eontinue their wins and they dropped the last ones to Iowa, Michigan State, and Minnesota. Their record in regular eompetition was three wins and five losses. Beeause tI1e team had only two returning Iettermen in the personage ol' Paul Yervey and Bob Grollo it was inexperienved and did very well under this handi- c-ap. They improved upon their one win season of last year. The definite improvement was due to the hard work of the hoys and Coat-h Dean lfory. Left to right: ,lim Murphy. liolm Grollo, .Iames Golley, Gerald Inst-, John Om:-rik. Coach Dean Mory, Gerald Fadden, Paul I"rec'hette, Paul Ye-rwey, Frank VVorZala. Roger Sehluter. "Q QW W F' '- Top row, left to right: Iinc'l11n111111. li0l'lIl'l', Kimlwzlll, Millvr, Wcingziriit, cIU2lI'll A1't'l1it- Siinonson. Bottom row: PIlI'Ill:lt'ltli, I-It-idt-11, Cloronv, Sclinztf, Hit-l1. clO'clIlIJl2llIlS .lm-la HL'lllC'Il and Bulr 1i0I'lll'l' wt-1'v stnnd- UlltS for Wisvonsin. Fencing The Fciiviiig tmun, llllflel' the leadership of C'o-C'z1p- tains .Iuvk Ilc-idvn :ind Clizirles IiOI'TlGI', had onv of its most Slli't'USSl.lll st-:Lsons i11 I'0f'CIlt1 years as it vompilcd at 1'eg11lz11' soztson l'0f'0I'Kl of nine wins zind fotn' losses. Heiden, fo11r-i11g i11 thc' foils division compiled at l'l'f'0l'll of 28 wins and ll losscs and malniggvtl to Olll-IIOIIVO sew-1'ul highvi' mnkcd opponents. C'l1z11'los Kortit-1' fought i11 tho Szthro division and led tho tvznn with al 31-8 STZISOIIYS 1'c-c'o1'cl. Ill the Big Vllixll l'v11r-i11g vhztmpionship hold nt Iowa City, XYist-onsin finishvd sevond hcihind Illinois und one slim point lwttoi' than Ohio State. Kortioi' was the Oiitstundiiig main for Wisf-onsin in this mc-vt as ho took Sevond i11 the sztlmrv division to be high man for IVis- c-onsin. Illinois dominztted the meet and the svnson. YVisc'o11sin. , . VVISUUIISIII. , . Wisf-r111si11 .. , Wisconsin. . . Wvist-onsin, . . VVist-onsin. . . XIYISVOIISIII. , . 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N1JI'11IYV1'S11'I'Il . 1Y1s1'1111s111 I7 0111115111111 . . .. 1Y1s111111Q111 111 XVYUIIIIIILI If Wim-1111s111's w1'11s11i11g 11111111 1-1111111191611 21 very N 1111ss1'111 s1111s1111 11y f1111s11111ggg 111111 111 1110 Big 'I'1111 11111111 11111111 111 11111 1111111 11111111 11111111111 111' 11111 yc1111' 11111 I11111g111's I1li1Il1lg1'11 21 11-4-1 I'01'1JI'11. S1111111111111111 I1e111'y1V111g111. 151111 Ii1111111'sky, 13011 11111'1k11w11111. 112111111111 .I111'1'y Sl'1'110I', 111111 I'111 KI1111111ws w111'11 11111 11111s1 111111f1f11'1111 111 C'11111'11 12111111111 AI1iI't1lI. Ii111111vsky was 1111110fea1e11 11111'111g 11111 1111111 11111111 se11s1111 111111 W11111 1111 111 XVIII the 1-1111I'111'11111'11 1'1111111p11111s111p. I5111'1k1111'111k 111111 1XI111h0ws 1111111 1111 8-2 1'111'111'11s QIIIVIIIQQ 11111 1111111 11111111 s1111s1111, while S111111111' w1111 7 111111 111s1 3 111111 1111111111-1111 11,1 1110 semi-f111111s 111 11111 1-11111'111'11111'e 11111111. W11111111g s1111s1111s were z11s11 1'111-111111111 115' 131,111 111111, 11-4, 111111 'I'1111 Fox, 3-2. 1 x1111111 S111 11111111 11 1111 111' ll IX 1 1v111g111 1'1'11w11 1111' Bottom row, left to right: 111111 111111. .I111'1'y S1111111-1'. 171111 112111 k11w111k, 711911 I"11x. Top row: 911111111 f11'UI'gl' 1xI1lI'1III, .I111111 VV1111ds, 111111 Ii111111vs11y, I'111 1xI2l11l1'XYS, .l. ISIIIIIZLIIQQII, Ass1s111111 l'11:11'11. 3111 ll l1L!n11X 111 VVist-onsin Wiseonsin VVist'onsin Wisvonsin ..,. Wlisvonsin VVist'onsin RECORD '50 OhioSt:1t4 ',..... til 27 Michigan State . 4 titi 42 low:1l'. ..... .,. 50 -17 Pnrdnt -...,. .. 46 50 Minnesota ...... 34 32 Nortliwestvrn -ll Swimming The Swimming team, despite the confines of the Armory pool, vontinned to improve this year as they registered 21 dnzil meet reeord of 3-3, and finished sixth in the Big Ten meet. Highlight of the year wus the Badgers' first victory over 21 Purdue team sinve 1939. lndividually, the stztndonts for Coavh .lohn llick- IH21lllS swimmers were Captain Rollie Bestor who won five straight dual meet diving events and .lac-k Hoag- land who set three svhool ret-ords in Bac-kstroke and Freestyle events. In the t"Ulll'6I'6I1f'0 meet Bt-stor Hnished fifth, while Hoagland was third and fourth in the 100 and 200 yard Bavkstroke events. Bob Kevetter finished sixth in the 100 Bavkstroke. Top: Captain liollie Ilestor. Below: A Badger swims the Breast stroke in meet against Minnesota. l First row, left to right: Bill Fzirnnm, llivk Niglmor. Lzirry Horwitz, Rollie l-Testor. Arlit- SK'l1t1l'lll. Vvyn Gilliam. Lon Pzlnsky. Top row: Art Kruger. Holm Kevm-ttt-r, Dave Bxnnn, Tom Schultz. lid Sc-lielonkzr. .lzwk Honglnnd, lioh livllw. Ken Opgenorth, Co:u'h John Hivkmzin. ,- W M, Y , Boxing Wiseonsinls boxing team rontinned its traditional role as the nation's most formidable squad as they won the first four matehes of the 1954 season to run their streak of unbeaten fights to 23 in a row. Following the annual Contenders and All-lfniversity tournaments, the Badgers downed Penn State, 6-2, Syraense, 5-3, Idaho State, ISM - IM, and VVashing- ton State 5-3. Undefeated rec-ords are held by: former N.C.A.A. ehamp Roy Kyboyama at 125, Co-Captain Bob Meath at 156, and heavyweight Bob Hinds. Hinds is unbeaten in his two years of boxing, having won all 12 of his fights. Charles Magestro, at 139, has won 2 and lost 2 this year, while Terry Tynan, at 1325 has won 1 and lost 2. Co-Captain, Bob Morgan has won 1 and lost 3, and Everett Champers has won 2 and lost 2. T.K.O.'s have been seored by Kuboyama, Meath, Zale, and Hinds, who has three. The season opened with the Contenders tournament held for those boxers who have not won a major letter. Sophomore Truman Sturdevant received the award for the 'Best Contender' after his light with Ron Roberts. Dick Trainor won the applause of the 6,000 fans who saw him win the 165 pound title of the All-Uni- versity tournament from Chambers and then reeeive the "Fightin'est Fighteru award. The other All- University champions were Knboyama, Carroll Stern- berg, Tynan, llorgan, Bleath, Sturdevant and Hinds. Hinds was awarded the deeision in his bout when Salvatore Carlino suffered a dislocated shoulder in the first round. Top row, left to right: J. lierndt, Vern Woodward, Bob Morgan, Bob Meath, Ray Zale, Bob Hinds, Everett Chambers, John Walsh, Dale Lang. Bottom row: Charlie Magestro, Bob Goodsitt, John Hobbins, Terry Tynan, Carrol Sternburg, P. Doyle, Roy Knboyama. 228 Boxers Q-' PDIIII Firm- l'UlllIll'Ii1l1I' lc-:ms :lwny 1111111 :1 Iimlgza-1' Iilmwk-Ii11,tn1. H1-2111011111-InJohnW:1lsl1st:1mls with c10'f'2lfJl2liIlS l5ul1Klo1'g1:11l :xml Bob Mwmth. limb Himls wnrcls off il srxvngrm- lf-I't tl11'ow11 by c'iIl'liIlU in ilmv Xu-lvI1iVK'I'Silj' finals. All University Champs 'Bottom row, left to right: Roy Kuhoy :1111:1. f':ll'I'Hll S1C'l'IllYl'!'Lf, 'l'K'I'I'j' rlwyllilll. Top row: Hula M+11'g::111, Holm BIUIIIII. 'l'1'11111:111 S1111-cle-v:111rll. :mnl limb Ilimls. i WW W"-kwa, 1 "AX inn' 1-xvliziiigo is no lmrgziin . . ." Fights Top left: Tynain doeisions Mzlgestru in All-l'nivei'sity Finals. Middle left: The Tminer-Chainbers fight was one of the high- lights of the evening. Bottom left: Rey Zale and Bob Kois of Penn State mix it up. Wiseoiisin won the match with relative ease. An unidentified Badger throws :1 rocking right-left at Penn State Gladiator 230 "'1. NW'l "" "M Q-K M, L -..,...... A "Ar-.psf , , Kent Peters and Coach Riley Best. Captain Peters did very well for Wisconsin in the Shotput event. Track Wiseonsin opened the 1953 outdoor track season late in April hy competing in the Drake Relays where they managed to get a fourth in the spring medley relay and in the two mile relay respeetively. They moved to Lafayette, Indiana, next and out-ran Purdue and Northwestern. The Badgers r-ompiled 82M points to YUM for Purdue and 10 for Northwestern. At Iowa City the traekmen lost to Iowa If 76 to 32 2 3 in a triangular meet and won again from North- western who c-ompiled 12 1,f'3 points. In a dual meet at Madison, Wisconsin was overwhelmed by a strong Michigan State eontingent S4 1X3 to 47 2f3. On May 23 Riley Bestfs men won from Ohio State, lXIinnesota, and Northwestern at Camp Randall Stadium. lVis- eonsin sr-ored 55 points to 52 for Ohio, their nearest eompetitor. At the Big 10 Meet, VVisc'onsin planed 9th with five points. Kent Peters was fourth in the shot put with Front row, left to right: Toni Monfore, Bill Inda, Gene Sultze, Bill Mc-Hugh, Kent Peters, Jerry Piekell, Bob Mul- rooney, Tom Miehler, Bruno Mauer. Back row: Coaeh Riley Best, ldd Duewel, Rollie McGinnis, Gene Plitt, Tony Straeka, Glenn Johnson, Werner Wilking, Bob Anderson, Steve Behar, Asst. Goaeh Tom Bennett. 232 , , , 'ww i,- v- '5:. - h,.:'.su swf.. ,U .' at-w--.W Num av. mv. k ?J a throw of 47 ft. 5M in. and Tom Monfore took a third in the 880 yard run. Peters and Sultze were just out of contention as they both placed eighth in the discus and Two Mile run respectively. Jerry Pickell tied for fourth in the polo vault with a vault of 12 ft. li in. at the Central Collegiates in Mil- waukee while Tom Monfore placed fifth in the half mile. Wisconsin didnlt send a complete team to that one nor to the NCAA Meet at Lincoln, Nebraska. Tom Monfore was the only entrant. He didnlt qualify in the 880 yard run but ran seventh in the mile event. Wes Santee of Kansas set a new record for the mile run with a fast 4:03.7. On June 23 the Big Ten took on the Pacific Coast Conference at Ann Arbor, Michigan. Tom Monfore did the honors for W'isconsin with a 5th in the 880. The time was 1:53.7. Werner Wilking was outstanding for Wisconsin in the 100 yard dash and in the 220 yard dash events. His best broad jump of the season was 22 ft. 4 in. Other outstanding men from Wisconsin were Captain Kent Peters in the shot put, Tony Stracka in the high jump and the discus, Tom Monfore in the half-mile, and Ed Duewel in the High and Low Hurdles. Co-Captains for 1954 were Tom Monfore and Tony Stracka. 3 l X ,,,, j 5 ' HPSR K V. ,V , an ' ' bf " frigijr .H-1 " Wilking goes over the top for Wisconsin Running the Quad meet at Illinois. . . Wa' ,.. :K 14 of if Baseball .l 'Nu !",r!iif ri is if, k ' N it 1,7 Fit Ngiiiigiirfrtgliflf Coach Mansfield led another successful team this spring. The 1953 Wisconsin baseball team led by Captain Tom Cooper, finished their season with an impressive record of 19 wins and 8 lossesg while in Big 10 compe- tition the Badgers finished with a li-5 record and fifth place in the standings. Throughout the season, the Badgers were sparked by the fine picthing of Ron l'nke, Allan Suter, and Harold liaether and the hitting of lion Barbian and .lim Temp. Sutcr had a record of six wins and two losses, and against conference pitching batted an impressive 400. Raether, a junior, gave the Badgers a very strong number three pitcher as he chalked up a record of six wins and three losses, and allowed the opposition only -12 hits in 67 2 3 innings. First baseman Barbian led the team in Iiuns-batted- in, triples, and batting average with a percentage of .358 for the season. Temp, despite early season in- juries, still managed to hit 342. Unke, who was named the team's most valuable player, excelled on the mound, at the plate and in the field. The righthander won seven, lost two, batted .313g and when he was not pitching, played a very dependable left field. Unke was named to the first team of the NCAA district for All-Star Team, while teammate Dave Moran was named to the second squad. The 1954 team Captained by Gust Vergetis, presents a nucleus of eight lettermen and the members of the 1953 .l.V. squad which had a record of 8-1-1. Front row, left to right: Krysa, Trotta, Suter, Cooper, Barbian, Unke, and Jahnke. Middle row: Ass't. Coach Wegner, Puls, Vergetis, Moran, Pavlick, Samels, Carter, Sorce, and Coach Mansfield. Back row: Wagner, Burger, Raether, Temp, Primeau, and Mgr. Tom Osterberg. Gust VVisconsin . , . Wisconsin . . . Wiscrorisin . . . Wisconsin . , . Wisconsin . . . Wisconsin . . . Wisconsin . , . Wisconsin , . , Wisconsin . . . Wisconsin . . . Wiscorisin . , . Ron Barbian's b Vergetis-1954 Captain Elect. RECORD 5 Purdue ..., 9 Purdue .... . . 13 Ohio State . . 4 Illinois ..... 0 Illinois. . . 5 Iowa ...... . , 10 Minnesota . . 0 Minnesota .... . . 2 Michigan , , ..., , . . . . , 10 Michigan State .... . 1 Michigan State .,... 5 4 5 0 0 Catcher Tom Coopcr and pitcher Ron I'nkc proved to be 4 of invaluable service to the team. 2 6 4 7 3 5 at added nccded power to the Badger batting order while Alan Sutter contributed a lot to the picthing staff. fi -:ff 235 r2:I'VA Crew Coarh Norman Sonju's Badger Crewmen stroked their way to another sueeessful season as the Varsity, Jayvee, and Freshman Crews proved hard to beat in the dual meets and the regattas. Captain Vic" Steuvk led the varsity to a one and three-quarter length vietory over Syraeuse on Lake Mendota in the seasonls opener. The following week the Badger Oarsmen placed third in the Eastern Sprint Regatta behind defending National C'hampions Navy and Harvard. In the morning trials, Wviseonsin swept past Cornell, Rutgers, Prineeton. lI.I,'l'., and Volum- lmia to win its heat. For the next rare of the season the Badgers travelled to the west roast, where they out- elassed a strong f'alifornia erew, beating them hy four lengths. In the last dual meet of the season, YVisr-onsin defeated Stanford by approximately one and one- quarter lengths over the one and three-quarter mile Lake Mendota c-ourse. In the seasonls finale, the IRA Regatta on I.ake Onondaga, New York, the Badgers finished fourth behind Navy, Cornell, and VVashington. The .Iayvees prefaeed the Varsity's triumphs of Syraeuse lmy beating the visitors' .Iavees by two and one-halt' lengths. Un the lVest Coast the California .layvee turned bark the Badgers by three lengthsg and in the IRA Regatta the Jayvees finished third. I rll pr lltlil means 1 lu ttll sm rson tor tlu tt im 'Ihr boys uf. getting the shells off the raeks for :L hard afternoon workout. Xftei they gct through lOXX1I1gllltX vslll lun two milu to gct in shapef' ,, ' f A, r A , .Y .AA 4 . Q ff -my ,.,.,. A ' -- w'. "J , ' . ' 3 -'Nfl A Z' -W f-:Q ' It K 4 +fz r ' -1 V wt,-4 U , 'Jih- vl N Ja K M . .. . h , 'fu ,. , k . , . ,,N,,.4..f, . ark Q k ' '- Y V - . +-. ' + ' ' .. . f Y .ff-v 1 , . Top row, left to right: J. Loronzvnf V. rlll'llIIlIIl1'l', J. D. Fink, M. Johnson, J. MQJl'IlIl, li. Hood, J. Hvaly. V. Stuock. Bottom row: li. Millm-r, Bob Roolmrs, D. Rose, C. Morzmn, H. Millvr. The lizlclgm- 1-row had to go to Florida botwcc-n sc-lnostc-1's to uphold the fabulous I'0DllfLLf-l0ll they onjoy l,lll'0llf.fll0llt the rest of the country. ln two rzwcs they beat Florida Southcrn and Rollins Collugv. "Ng.,,,v5 Golf Front row, left to right: Hansen, Brucc, Schoenbeck, Miller. Back row: Coach Jamieson, Car- penter, Baker, Tanner, Soder, Koepcke. The individual performance of 1954 Captain-elect Jack Vincent, paced the 1953 Wisconsin Tennis team through an otherwise mediocre season. Vincent was runnerup in the number 1 singles match at the con- ference meet. During the season he compiled a record of 8-3. I Other individual performers on Coach Carl Sanger's team were: number 2 singles man Bob Reagan, who also had an 8-3 season record, and Captain Carl Rudelius, the number three singles man, who had a seasons record of 7-4. As a doubles team, Reagan and Rudelius, proved very tough on the opposition as they finished the season with a record of 9-2. As a team, the Badgers Won five of their 11 dual meets. In the Big Ten meet, Wisconsin Hnished eighth in team standings with 14 points. Wisconsin's golfers defeated the eventual conference champions, Purdue, in a dual meet to highlight the Linksmen's 1953 season. Defending Big 10 medalist, and Badger Captain, Doug Koepcke, paced the Bad- gers throughout the season as he finished with a 9-2 dual meet record, and tied for third in the confer- ence tournament. As a team, the Badgers won six matches and lost three, four of the victories were against conference foes. In the Conference tourney, played in Madison, Wis- consin finished fifth, forty-five strokes behind Purdue. At the NCAA tournament, held in Colorado Springs, Colorado, the Badgers four man squad finished 17th. Aside from Koepcke, Coach John Jamieson's squad was made up of: Bob Bruce, who had an 8-2 season's record, 1954 Captain Elect, Phil Schoenbeckg James Tanner, Wayne Hansen, Durward Baker. First row, left to right: Jack Vincent, Jack Schmidtmann, Bill Hintsen, Carl Rudelius. Back row: Owen Roberts, John Chyle, Bill Romero, Bob Regan, Coach Sanger. Tennis 238 l ,Z ' VQEQEF. 9 : Intramurals The Intramural program at lYisr'onsin has been highly s11c'cessf11l. Teams eompete in football, basketball, badminton, golf, tennis, water polo, and baseball. Volleyball and bowling are also offered. Art Thomsen directs the program whieh gives all the l'niVersity men a ehanf-e to eompete whether they are Greek, Dorm, or Independent. Each year the MHA Cfhampion plays a game with Minnesota preceeding the Varsity foot- ball game. The game, played at Minnesota this year, was a sloppy affair in which neither team seored but Minnesota won by two first, downs. i Bullet at the Armory. Q as I "Get, that horrid thing out of here!" W- ' has u 51 Football is always highly coni- petltive as for some :1 win means :L t'll1lI1t'Q to play at MlIlIlfiSt7l2l. ' as-all 1 ,,W,, 'WW hm N X Xt' M. , wif A f val' ' Sf? , gf" fL,,w' ,iff M' iw. ' L'.u".3'v VV-Club has sponsored many worthwhile aetivities on eampus sinee its ineeption with the Hrst intereolleg- iate eompetitions. W-Club, whose members are major varsity letter winners, eurrently sponsors sueh events as the high sehool basket ball doubleheader, freshman football game, C'ontender's Tournament, and XV-Day. YY-C'lub do- nates over 551000 to worthy eharities every year. Other W-Club aetivities inelude sueh things as lJad's Day, an annual banquet, several pienies, a high sehool mixer for the VVIAA Basketball Tournament, an Itlgg-Hop, and many homeeoming aetivities. Among the "many other aetivitiesf' are the "Pep Rallies" held eaeh Friday night on the steps of the Vnion. These are usually Very poorly attended. It is hoped that someday Wist-onsin's future students will be able to partieipate in an event sueh as this without a riot and thus reeeive the eneouragement of the Faeulty and the toWn's eitizens. First row, left to right: Art Mansfield, Gene Sultze, VV:1lter ltlbling, Kent Peters, Ron Weisner, Bill Inda. Second row: Bob Grollo, Rollie liestor, Jaek Heiden, Keith Cfherne, Bruno Mauer. Third row: Terry Tynan. .lim VVinslow. Charles Magestro, Mauriee Johnson, Bob Hinds, Dave Hash. Fourth row: Bob Meath, Bob Morgan. Caroll Sternberg, Jerry Seeber, Bob lit-iFf, Otto Puls. Fifth row: Virgil Trummer, Carl Murrow, Jerry Fink, Don l'rsin, Jaek Mansfield, Harland Carl, Wlnyne Hansen. 2 l 240 islgys-uw"""' 4 Q 1 I , Q X' Ilvlng U nI'lS Dnrms Greeks Independents A. .J 'Y' I,-Tgzl-ff Q, gt'- .""'-1' ' Rf , , 4, ev 4 ,wi nmfms f, Q Dorm Llfe fin QS?-.11 51 -- 5: You can't study all the time . . . Even though they are the smallest living unit in the dorm system, the 70 women of Squire, White, and Hodag Houses are active members in campus or- ganizations and activities. Beginning with the open house in October, Badger Club followed through with Homecoming decorations, Christmas and Spring formals, individual house parties, exchange dinners, listening parties, and service proj- ects such as the Campus Chest and Red Cross. Officers were Patricia Mattson, president, Marge Hubbard, vice-presidentg JoAnne Fujko, secretary, Eunice Erdmann, treasurer, Jeanne Peolquin, judicial chairman, and Janet Nelson, social chairman. Miss Jessie Allen is the head resident. First row, left to right: M. .l. Collins, J. Kiedrowski, S. Perry, M. Ruvolo, J. Volkrnann, M. Lamb, J. Muller, N. Nicclcrer. Second row: A. Loge, M. Gruenwald, J. ltisley, J. Zoeller, B. Shanahan, V. Doneit, M. Roth, J. Ridgeway, J. Fujko. Third row: R. Lepinski, E. Zeincmann, R. Cotter, S. Sundstrum, .l. Lieding, L. Bender, E. Morgan, M. Hubbard, E. Erdmann, C. Scliclling, IC. Joyce, lt. San- derson. Fourth row: C. Roman, M. Kruse, V. Foster, M. Nelson, B. Frank, J. Papenfus, S. Culver, S. Denton, M. J. Duliors, S. Kruschke, N. Anderson, B. Phillips, J. Thorton, .l. Matravers, K. Thompson, A. Arthur, P. Sullivan. Fifth row: L. Stewart, J. Spies, J. Wollen- burg, M. Sears, R. Pratt., B. Bernard, N. Hanson, J. Nelson, J. Graham, J. Kellogg, K. Hanson, C. Wenzel, C. Einerson, J. Erickson, J. Williams, S. Kemmeter. . - Celebrating its 40th anniversary this year, Barnard Hall has long been known as the home of Badger Beauties, Mortar Board and Crucible members. Barnard is the home of Barbara VVehner, 754 Prom Queen, Lee Speich, president of the Wisconsin Players, Char Alrne, Cardinal staff member, Kay Carney, Cru- cible and VVisconsin Players, and lVlary lvanka, lnter- national Club officer. Officers were Marge Beach, president, Dorothy Tegt- meyer, vice-president, Nancy Cleveland, secretary, Barbara Pierce, treasurer, and Miss Jessie Allan, head resident. First row, left to right: G. Chandler, N. Johnson, B. Skalitzky, J. LeMere, S. Gentile, K. Calvi, J. Chido, Joan Lloyd, Grant, K. Harmison. Second row: S. Richardson, N. Gilmour, D. Mueller, C. Godar, M. Beach, E. Vacheron, Miss Allan, V. Mularz, N. Cleve- land, D. Tegtmeyer, K. Carney, B. Pierce, J. Phillipson, B. Ehlers. Third row: E. Doubonis, B. Saunders, I. Yoshimura, M. Osgood, L. Rabedeau, J. Vaughn, S. Clinton, N. Knause, B. Armaganian, L. Brainerd, R. Braunschweig, F. Cushman, M. Cooper, J. Piper. Fourth row: K. Nelson, E. Pilon, J. Krueger, D. Borgwardt, M. Rode, J. Nelson, S. Wegener, M. Ward, P. Brown, L. Lepke, E. Nelson, J. Fina, C. Fox. Fifth row: P. Johnson, R. Roseberry, S. Waarala, C. Stokke, J. French, M. Durkin, C. Muller, M. Bullaxnore, L. Steni- manitis, H. Krikelas, S. Nencka, K. Markwardt, K. Bayles, D. Koch, D. Newman, D. Grangaard, l. Erickson, A. Deer. Sixth row: S. Unferth, M. Jensen, B. Hayne, J. DeMark, E. Hunziker, D. Klein, C. Rausch, P. Zurfluh, P. Foldvary, S. Knutson, N. Ultsch, V. Kluth, S. Brecke, J. Pellegrino, C. Corry, M. Schaepe, G. Barrand. Seventh row: L. Elmgren, J. Russell, R. Biddick, A. Kneubuehl, G. Brockway, L. Bell, J. Mayer, C. Lenschow, J. Stroessner, J. Murdoch, M. Odbert, P. Borsack, K. Brown, A. Flader. fwfr" 4 'J' 4 7 2 SFU A quiet afternoon. g 3 . F' 5 x lie! that 1t's not :1 text hook .,.. ' fl Chadhourne llall,filled with 85yearsot' tradition,the oldest women's dormitory for a Co-ed eollege, reveals the youthful spirit of a modern eampus. 11 The women of "Chadl' set a lively paee with open a houses, football teas, a 'l'ri-Dorm formal, Freshman banquet, an K'l'nder the Sea Party", faeulty banquet, H and the Christmas formal. a Arlene Treps, ehairman of women's solicitations for Campus Chest, headed the sueeessful drive, helped by Pat Watzke and Pat lVilliur. Patrieia Kenney, the seeretary of Young Repuhlieans, and many others make up the list of Chadbourne's eontrihutions to campus leadership. Ufeers were Patrieia lVilher, president, Nant-y Mueller, Viee-president, Nancy Benjamin, secretary: Diane Sperberg, treasurer, Joan Greenwood, soc-ial ehairman, and Audrey Kuehn, judicial ehairman. Miss Rosemary Seott is the head resident. First row, left to right: S. Danee, R. Hinkins, S. Thompson, P. Langsford, IC. Yucas, J. Grutzink, B. Kontowt, D, Johnson, A. Holtz, J. Opie, C. Wittkoiaf. Second row: M, Tuttle, C. Mann, A. Heian, N, Benjamin, N. Mueller, E. Young, Miss li. Seott, R. Meyer, D. Sperherg, J. Greenwood, A. Kuehn, J. Larson, M. McMahon. Third row: M. Helgeson. R. Arnold, B. Johnson, M. Schwartzliurg. D, Lovrine, L. LaFond. A. Truesdale, P. VVatzke, J. lfmhoefer, N. Brushort, K. Weitzel. G. Loehning, S. Warzinik, D. Vnseth, L. Serio. A. Sehweers. Fourth row: M. Sehreilmer, J. Kleis, J. Weaver, J, Anderson, D. lirikson, C. Reiehhardt, M. Peotter, L. Halsor, J. Ded- erieh, K. Knez, J. Henseh, I. Foulkes, C. Minshall, B. Puerner, D. Roberts. Fifth row: IC. Zellinger, li. Garens, H. Sehirpke, J. Wolfer. A. Gromme, M. Wallaee, R. M. Morrison, M. VVerling, L. Nank, J. Keller, J. Knope, M. Kelner, G. Malme. Sixth row: M. Volkmann, D. Jaehnig, M. Houteff, E. Kandlloinder, L. Korth, L. Persen, S. Imray, C. Kroeplin, IC. Bassett, li. Mollien, I, Zalevits, L. Vogel, D. ltlmer, N. Oherholzer. Seventh row: E. Aderholdt, B. Geer, B, Sehinitt, D. Keller, li. Prill, G. Pike, J. Raymond, C.LaBuy, D. Painter, L. Hermann. ll. Knight. C. Sehiller. J. Karardfi. Ehzabeth Waters lfllizaheth lYaters llall. home of 500 lYiseonsin eo- ezls. did not find its 13th year jinxed. Hl,izites" have the opportunity to lend a helping hand to others through the Christmas sfn'viee projeets and party. The Spring l"ormal, Junior-Senior Banquet, fall in- formal parties, Christmas formal. hopseoteh and jar-ks tournaments with tl1e me-n's dorms, and the tradi- . tional eandlelight Saturday night suppers are all events .. ' J to he rememhererl. ltllizalmetll Waters is the home of Lois ltlrdmann. Crueihleg Helen Potts. Mortar lioarzl, Janiee Beyer. President of lnter-.Xrts Assoeiationg Joan Landa, Dis- -- v triet Ill representative on Student Senateg Naney V Y y Oakes, the W'iseonsin Players, Maret Small, Badger Bloc-li and A.VV.S. dorm eoordinatorg and Merrill Wheeler, Prom Queen candidate, Oljfieers were llelen Potts, president: Lu Yan Zandt. Viee-presidelitg Marilyn Demmer, seeretaryg Jane llam- say, treasurerg Judy Meyers, judieial ehairniang Caro- line llrewry, soeial ehairmang and liarbara Baer, eom- mittee eoordinator. Mrs. Julia llill is housemother. First row, left to right: C. Cauger. li. Daly, J. Bowlliy, M. Malwie, M. Griffin. C. Grade, IC, Hallork, S. Sehleunes, M. Soridzx, J. Meyers. S. liensman, N. Iillis, J. Catalanello. L. Zimmer, IC. Nielmauer. l.. .Xnderson. Second row: N. Harris, B. Paleen. l1ousel'ellow:J. Nagy. V. Gurk, li. llyrhovcl. M. Uiesehen. l'l. liaseh, R. Nriekson, J. Binning. M. Steiner, J. RIIIIISZIY, hi. Strahl, l. Fike. li. Bleek, D. liohllmeek, S. Holt. Third row: M. Sehomiseh, hi. Stiles, C. Groehowski, J. Joehem, M. Golightly, R. Dunham, A. Schroeder, M. Dett- Illtlllll, R. Nierlermeier, N. Coppens, J. Behrens, B. Cejlca, C. llinse, K. Kuester, M. Peterson, R. Pommerening. M. Duer, li. Sayles, N. Leader, J. Johnson, B. Chapman. Fourth row: l. Thomzilt. M. Claflin, C. Theisen, J. Gielmler, D. Miles, P. Sullivan, C Olson. C. Stroinnien. M. Henson. J. Harris. J. lfreeek, C. liusher, M, Evans. M. Hilt. M. lleernian, J. Hartig, .X. Goh- hardt, A. Tork. li, Bammel, L. l'nderhdahl. Fifth row: P. Fitzsinnnons, G. Doyle, K. Torphy, l. Burhaeh, li. lioreliardt, M. Haul, B. Groves, D. Eras- mus, C. Butian, J. Sehimelpfenig, X. Huhin, B. Iiuri, N. Koehler, ID. Hood, C. Sehwiugel, M. MeCargo, C. Xusum, J. Turnlwull, J. Jegier, IS. liulolitz. First row, left to right: J. 'l'11vtlic-11, T. Applv, A. CillllJl'2lIlllSOIl, -l0lll!.l0llllS0l1, S. Clrim-pv11t1'oLt, J. liowlcy, fl. Mattlwws, M. Glillnmnlsc-11, J. Kigor, li. Brwr, N. li:1l1n, X. Nll1'l'lllH'l'g'C'I'. Second row: ll. VVirtl1, K. KK'l'Sii-XII. .X. lwvyvr, L. Zivlmrtlu, X. Slllllll, M. YVnlli. J. LUI11. L. l'lI'ilIlli. T. l5:11'11vS. C. Stoltz, C. SIIIIIIJP, S. Mvllf-11f':11np. D. lvtllilillilll. ll. lic-rn. li. liirn. S. Pzulc-. Third row: D. liruvqer, J. King, J. Fl'l'llfll'll, S. lVIilI'l'Sll, M. l'l2lllil'Ill'Iifl1, M. lClw1'clt, ll. Brown, H. lilu-lwlt, L. lillIDl'l'l'Sl'lIll1ifl, L. lAlPUlll', L. IiIN'll, P. llzwr-, L. lilwr- Q l1:n'clt, M. Stuifll, R. Riclnnonfl, N. Brnnsvll, M. .lallnlu-. li. Dnwv, R. WiClfxI'- lworg, J. Popv, Fourth row: ll. linrr. L. llnnson. J. lA?l'lllllI1g, C. WIllliK'l', C. l llrvwry, M. Srnzlll. M. Snllilling, lf. Curstl-11s, B. liopitzlwc-, G. llzlrwooml, N. , l'lIlllSl'll, lil. Mnvlll-r, BI. Lolalu-r, C. Corlf-lt, .X. VVan'cl, C. Clulwots. H. Vorpulll. Fifth row: L. Koll. li. Halls, LI. KVitr'lnn:1n, S. Dunn, li. I5:1g11z1ll..l. Johnson. BI. Wl1f'f'lf.l1'. M, W'ille, ll. Matson, G. W:1ltcK1's, li. Ps-tc-rson. M. limuss. li. Snn, li. Grznn-lulv. C. Sllllllltlllflillillll. li. Van Sanln, li. Hviss. First row, leit to right: F. lr!llllS4'll. li. Srlppingtorl. J, Gmrn, M, VVll4'2lf0ll. J. lim-yor, li. Vinton, M.G1':1y. ll. linlmonstvin. J. WR-lls. S. l,llSSi1lllT,cl.SlIl1S. M. lfigy. .l. Wvznwl. Second row: ll. Rue. S. Slmw. M. XylllQ,'I3I', P. llm-insvy, B. Joplin, ll. Blll'lIli'lSiK'I', B. filIllI11l0I', B. lJ0l'l'l', L. VVi1'tl1, A. Mnisic-r, S. Snell- rnnnn, J. Hake-, li. l'lI'flIIlilIlIl, li. Knvnzi, ll. li1'c.-nzvl. Third row: X. .hIlllI'lIl,Q,'21, S. Milvv D. Graxssx- M. BUl'l'lllil' L. L1-flvinn S. Sf'llIll'l'l'lllJO1" M llwwllv B . 1 v ' 1 ia' ' ' ' r ' lXIo1'1'iS, R. H47llSl'K'lll, N. Stott, C. SK'llllllZ. .X. Silvvr'm'sS, C. l5l0I'I1IilI1I1, C. . lirm-zinski. X. llill, J. Sf'llllliZ. Fourth row: N. Oukvs, .L Bvicr, S. Com. P. Hyun, J. Olson. ll. Potts, ll. lilllllli-'lJ1lSI'll, J. Ls-nike-, L. l5:1sti:1nclli,.l. Payton, NI. P2ll0Il, li. Hn-rlanf-llc, M. l'lllllIlN7iO, VV. llull, .l. Trapp, L. Gerlaml, ll. llvmp. li. liyv, M. Millvr. Fifth row: G. Wright, S. Grollingvr, G, Voss, P. Glmider, li. liiulw. S. Popl-llcu. B. l-losivr. J. Hs-lwr-IM. M. Bolton. li. King, li. Austin, S. Clnmpnitsky, P. linglannl, li. lizxlclwin, .X. lit'lII1E'l'. C. Kc-nnofly. IC. llc-lzllivy. M. Sc-lniettv. P. SC'l1lllfZ. L. Kvvin. D. l'll2lll2lQ,'PI1. Sixth row: .l. l"r'4-yt:1g. B. Bnvk. G. Lonlny, L. Limpm-rt. X. Tlieiyor, S. Srxltwivk, J, VVilson, li. li0t'gIl91', L. Svlnnirlt. Il. .Xltvr,f1ott, M. l'I1'lldPI'SOIl, IJ. Gohl. li. lloinvmzinn. S. Simon- svn, S. liiesvln-l, P. Jzimivson, C. Cllilcls, S. lfrvy. L. liorrco. num-wt ,,,,,,,,....g,-, 15. . First row, left to right: N. Lnnrlo, M. Fuller. H. Ogr-on. M. Bakr-r. A. McFar- lnnv, J. Bzitvliclm-1', A. Dropp, D. Dzzrnc-ll, C. Rowv, J. Hivkok, J. Pif-ritz, F Plvnkvnpol, D. Mnrslnik. Second row: M. Lintz, N. Cook, J. Grunt, J. Tyler Cl. llolhinson, W. Ulllroggo, C. liloxflorf, J. Zinn, M. Corpe, I'l0llSl'l'l'll0VVQ J llolmos, B. Littlo, M. lizirron, J. Knjziwzz, J. Rhic-ngzins, V. Hoyor, C. lizxlmlci' Third row: D. Glvnn, M. Inrnnn, NI. filllll'I't, C. lil'I'Ilfll, J. Owons, J. Stn-Vvns J. l"0nske, B. rlllllllflllixilll, G. Simon, M. Mzxrsh, S. Young, D. Stvlznor, N Pnpkv, P. Strznnlt, J. Bw-km-, H. Pvttuc-k. N. Bull, S. Smith, Fourth row: M CQIIIIPVUII, lfilvvn Sinionis, Elninm- SllllUIllS. S. Hr-lnpv, l.. Longley, C. Taylor C. Scliimpf, li. Kohls, A. MiiSIll'l', S. Swanson, J. liosr-n. L. Bnrgy, li. Zahn M, Olson, M. :XI1f.flllil'I'. J. Christian, J. liryne, M. Zif-glvr. Fifth row: C. Kohl C. Gillmertson, ll. Winter, G. Lowv, J. Oleson. S. Strr-low, J. Bach, M. Lewis S. Hzuvortli, U. Dinglr-dine, G. lic-lingvr. M. llustwitc-1', J. O'liivlly, S. Jr-ns V. VVohlfo1':l, lf. Mrlgglowsky. First row, left to right: A. Svhnc-tx. N. l'JlSC'lllxl'. L. lirown. J. li.llJI'IllllSl. S Hose-h, M." M1111so11,'-,YEMcCoy, S. Klzn'on, P. Qninmlt, li. BIl'l'lill'IllH'l'Q.f. C' l,2lI'iIl0lll0I', J. lim-lu-1'. M. H:1c'lw1'. Second row: li. l.:umlg1'a1l', P. lgl'lll'li, X Vainos, I". Bllgcil, li. lh'I2l.A'CI'S2lli, li. linkko. li. lfllliott, A. Thanos. ll. Sf-hnltz M. l-lanlmzingll, li. Sl-l'l'lll79l'g, S. llyvr, li. Lion:-, ll. llwr, li. l'Ikst.rom, Y 'lJl'tlf'Il0I'. Third row: J. Johnson, M. llznrington, li. Pzxrsons, S. lllliolt. li Grvqg. G. Kvnton. S. liannpc-1', li. llnrzwk, M. Collins. G. Muclor, A. M. Nostcl' C. SOVPFSOII. li. Gonlcl, P. Dawson. M. A. P:u't0k:1. l.. Knllc-11lv01'g. L. Johnson J. livtlmiml, ll. Kwsv, Fourth row: L. Amundson. X.Sf-l1ovnoii', lf. lh'Il'.Al'lllll1' IJ. Anrlvrson, li. X1-lson, M. B:n'1', ll. Towns, J. J:1l1n, S. l'Jl'OlCll-'11, NI. liokkoclal ID. lJ:ll'll00Il, J. Lolmrlc-ll, J. WYllll2lIllS, J. linsvli, L. film-llficilcl, D. Sr-ott. M. B llongh, A. Brvttimx. Fifth row: T. ChuclnoH', J. Pratt. M. A. Svhlntvr, J Lzlnflai, L. Xyilllztlllill, A. Kc-m'lJV, J. linnlie. P, Wnllu-r, li. Hziuke, M. llvmmor U. Wovks. J. l3vr'lim', P. Thvisvn, M, Lolikv, J. Stnvlw, M. Davis. First row, left to right: C':11'olim- IJ1'0Wl'y, .llulltll Mc-yt-rs, li11l.l1 lC1'ic-ksm1. Second row: Marilyn IVJC'IYlINP!', I1llf'l'l'1i2l Vam Zzmclt, Helen Potts, Nutty MIPI'l'iS, .lum- IQILIYISMY. Third row: Ilfmllu Svhultz, Annu Ilrupp, Lf-ti1i:1 Kovh, Row Rovgllvr. wo First row, left to right: M:1rjm-iv IIill'llIlllQ.fll. G. Multlwws. Mary lifm-111: Second row: li. BI:-rmv, Mrs. Ilill. .xllllfl lllmkll-. Third row: Nilllij' II:11-Vis, Ii:u'lr:11':a l':1lzw11, Iivliy Mmwis. Maury i'm'yw, ,Xph1'u4liIr' VIXIIIIIIUS. 249 ,.v llu f1Il'Ill'l :nt Llz glvvs thc-5,11-I4 250 4, ,,-. ',,,,J.,, f-Q, ,JK fffg-,IL ,. 4 4 Flu- "lim-lx" wzmts To "Fam IoW:l":1t thv 1953Holm-1'omi11g. mf: f, , yv 501 fm zwef,,L3f'1'5S. kin V 'TI.n.'s'kJgJ I fwwswy.. AM 1' I llvy hit the lmm W -ln: fm T' ,,,.,-- 1.43, ,,--f ,,.,..-1 Tln- vivw tlml 1-Imkr-s you ull up: Liz from thx' WY-sf. K: ,:-,W, A . H, Q Q-swf-iw? ffsfmff Ng. , f- M, J. , 1 H WATE ,, 1 3 " "' ?M ff- WY rf ax c-luulvv to get 1 :ks lVlen9s Halls Association Twenty four men's dorms and four women's dorms comprise the Men's Halls Association since the girls took over Slichter Hall in 1952. The MHA is a self- governing body headed by the lN'THA Cabinet which supervises the activities of the other MIIA Committees. The Pine Room, a library, a laundry room, store, harbershop, movies, and the party rooms are only some of the features of the MHA program which is designed to provide facilities for the dorm resident. Officers were John Wiley, president, Tom liodahl, vice-president, Harry Vernon, business manager, Tom Treichel, house president's council president, Clifford Maier, housefellow advisor. ENl4ICl'TIVlC---First row, left to right: Thomas lrodahl, John Wiley, Clif- ford Maier. Second row: Harry Vernon, Donald Ruehl, Thomas Treichel. CABINET--First row, left to right: Elizabeth Froehlke, David Kuechle, Thomas Lodalil, John VVilcy, president, Jack Anderson, Nancy Nebcl. Sec- ond rowz Russel Frederick, William Garens, Duane Rasmussen, William Kiessling, Robert Brandel, liyron Barrington. Third row: Ronald Volkmann, John Moede, Robert Aagaard, Thomas Treiehel, Norman Axnick, Dewey Ware. Fourth row: William Duff, Vern Nelson, George llueekert, Theodore Kitze. HO US IC P R ICS I D IC NT'S COUNCIL -First row, left to right: ll. liucthcr, li. Buerger, W. Paleen, liouscfcllow advisor, T. Treichel, chairman, M. Sin- ger, secretary, C. Samuelson, li. Miller. li. Volkmann, cabinet ad- visor. Second row: D. Thusius, li. Sielaff, li. Dassow, VV. Trickel, li. Forwark, V. Ovcrbye. Third row: G. Kaschncr, li. Stcinwand, D. Seaborg, H. Jacobs, lt. Awe, H. Plotkin, ll. Clark, 251 CHORUS--First row, left to right: Dick Meyer, lflclwzml Alim, Jim Kozily, Jack Fitzgerald, David Schulz, Bill Brunkow, Dave Steyhe. Secondrowt Robert Boomslitor, Dave Kuohhle, CUnid0n- tiliedj, Dave Mc-.loynt, Bill Pnleen, Gilbert Church, Bruce Bond, Russ Brockinzinn. Third row: Ron Svllroeder, .lolin l.in- clow, Dave Reinliv, Glenn Jolinson, Rir'lun'd lioblmins, liolmert Svhrriidt, Tom HOl:l'IIl2lIllI, Mark liusch. .-XTHI.ETlCS -fFirst row, lett to right: Leoiiurd Brinkman, Bill Dull, r'han'm:1ng Ba1'lJzu':L Pitt, Blair Mathews, Housefellows advisor. Second row: Chuck Giuttriri, Harry Wong. Al Mills, Herb Afdnhl, Fred Pliivklizm, Jim Ferris. Not piftured are: lim-rnie Mul'1'ny, MHA zulvisorg Horst Hirtler, Tllomzls Rif'll:n'cl, Fmnk Holrnr-V. Mike lluunlmlutt, .lim Remely. Mengs Halls HOl'SEFl'Il,l.OVVSf First row, left to right: li. .louvs. A. Kun- zxnvn, H. Vovlz, P. Ginsln-rg. M. li. Dir-key, VY. Falcon, R. Svlnlr- sclimidt, H. King. Second row: G. I.. Williams, F. Stuigvr. B. Mathews. D. Peer, A. Bc-omaln, li. Douglas, A. Metlwnitis, C. Maier, F. Powell, ll. Wmgg. Third row: O. Holm-Hzulson, ll. C2Il'llJCl'g, D. Kin-1-lilo. T. Guvvtt, G. .lohnson. W. Wvlmster, D. Hansen, .l. Fitzgm-1':1l:l. O. Stvntz, W. Atwood. STVDEXT CONDUCT- -First row, left to right: Russell Frml- rim-k, Fred L0ysioFFer, Hzirolcl King, Doris Clow. Second row: Chong Mo Pali, Fred Bounnl, Dunno Ware, Dennis Herrling, Don Klein, John Leiker. l -wig-llli W-1 --0.4 f lung- M 4 ommittees EQVIPMICNT and MAINTICNANCIC First row, left to right: Dave Hansen, Norm Axnivk, Hirrlmrml Heemzxn, liobort Sprwk. Second row: Sum Austin, Russ Holmb, Bill Tr-in-lwl, Dale Muth- lVlf'll. FINANCEwFirst:row, left to right: Bill Welmstc11', Donald Rllifllly Al'lIl:lIll2lC1fOllll. Harry Vox-non. Second row: Art Poesko, Gordon long, Hob Spook, Dan lim-lior, Boll Jonet. PIQRSONNIQL--First row, left to right: Joyce Hnflolo, Tom EDUCATION and SCHOLARSHIP-fFirst row, left to right: llodnhl, f'llil,lI'I'fli1I11 ll2LXVI'0llC'6 Vyrzlgg, housvfollon' ll,llVlSOI'. Sec- Tom Gavott, John Movclv, Ch2llI'IIl2lIlQ I32Ll'lJ2ll'QL Mohr. Second ond row: Gordon Long, Ted Ixltzo, Byron B2iI'I'lllg'tOll. row: Steve Canfield, Neil Berrnun, Don KI:-in, BOARD OF DIHICCTORS- -First row, left to right: Ii0lllll'iil Jonvs, Housvfclllow advisor: David W. llaxgvii, Vim--Pi'c-siclc-1113 Iltlllillil 0. Ziptcr, C'l1:1ii'1n:nn of thc' Bozmlg Rrmliwt H. Uzlmurn, Pwsiclvilt: liolwrt VV. .X:1g:1:11'fl. Cilllilltvl Advisor. Second row: .lamivs A. J2l1'f.flxl', Chnrlvs H. Mr-Cugliy, ljtlllillfl IC. Czilclmt, Nancy L. liI'l'iIH211lll. William ll Duff, Riclmrfl R. BllPI'j.IK'I'. BVSINESS OFFICE---Left to right: Loo Ebbe-n, Harry Ve-rnon AWARDS-Left to right: Duane Wzirv, James Jugu Don 1111 and Jack :XIlill'l'S0ll. E1'Il1CI', Verne Pivkcring, Orvn Stvntz. CENTRAL SOCIAL -First row, left to right Nancy Nvlmul, William Jirikowiv, Lvo Ebb:-11 Kutlilc-mn linuth. Second row: Ilvlnu-1' Watson Uvzuw Svhzulv, Marvin Sc'i1lm1g4'1'. Dvxtel' Thus ins, Marry Nicholas, 'FilOIHiiS CIIITO. 254 , ,Y FILM First row, left ta right: How:u'cl Dietz- mam, liiulolpli Sl'll2ll'SPllIlllfil, Earl lirinkmzm. Second row: Sillllllill Austin, .lzuuos lVIK'l'iQ1llll'0ll, George Scliiic-imlvwilicl. PVBLIC RICLATIONS -First row, left to right: D. Clow, D. Mzirvins, M. Reimzum, D. Riim-lmari, .I. liouriet, li. Froehlku. Second row: S. Morehouse, G. Holmen, G. Buvholz, B. Swerzmor, P. Farmer, K. Them. WORKSHCP-First row, left to right: W. Atwood, F. Callivs IG. Peapoubin-g, R. Pruuss, J. Mocde. Second row: li. White J. Freitag, llnidentifim-cl, D. Hziuck, W. Plugvl, C. 'Bziumbach Third row: unidentified, uuidcntifiocl, D. Rciuko, C. Bzirtholf, uu iclulitified, R. Rcinert, R. Malsch. X , . HVXTING and FlSHINGf f First row, left to right: Fmuk Votouvn. Second row: lion .lrmmr-s, Doug SI'lll'00dBl', Don Gordon. Third row: Katy Siolzilt, P John Plaltos, l"1'f-nl Heiin. lrloyml lin:-1'tsr'li. fl .H 255 3 1 " 1.14m-f 'Muir -M "iii"-4nu. COMMONSNFirst row, left to right: Frank Powell, l3z1r'lm:n-a. LIBRARY-f-First row, left to right: Kathleen Knuth, John Horn, Roger Wilsnxwk, Byron BlLI'l'lIlgt0Il. Second row: Frm-d Burr, Dol Kolvo, Lidn li0l'J9l'. Second row: Dan lieichard, Vor- Bouma, Carrol Rock, lloclnov Bohn. non Nelson, Dunno Mr-Gough, Rohm-t Ozburn, Roger Perkins, V Pote Tsao. ALUMNI-First row, left to right: Lois Manson, Molitta Roimunn, Anthony Mctlienitis, Audrey Rothman. Second row: Samuel Austin, Robert, .'x2l.g2iill'd, Stuart Morehouse. BARBELL---First row, left to right: Jerome Ifivitag, Lee Williams, .lohn Fassio, lflrnst Krub- szwk. Second row: Don Staab, Pm-to Momscn, Morgan Moyers, Fran Langer, Howard Gotchy. 256 LOANS-xFirst row, left to right: Ozzie- Holm-Hanson. Rohm-rt JVDICTIAL--First row, left to right: Joyce Rnfiolo, Dennis Svlnwnnke, Tod Kitzc-. Second row: Sain Austin. Frank Marslnull. H4-rrling. c'hni1'1nnn: Frank Smiger. Second row: Don Swettv, Czirroll Rook, Tom Richzirrl. Fred l.vySir3l'T0l', Jim Healy, Russell Fi'mli'if'li. RADIO CLVIS -First-frow, left to right: Leigh Bnglwv. Lee Willin1ns.hRoIwrt Spock, pri-siclc-lit: Jnlnvs Newing, Rit'l1:n'cl fil'l'lll1'l'. Second row: lfrvin Fulk. Friiz Czlllics. C':n'l Ri1ClIIlf'l'. VVilliz11n 5 lingvl. Donald Dis-tineyer, .Xlli-n rxllCll'l'S0ll. Third row: John Spvlllnnn, Ch:n'ls-s l3z11'tl1oll', Gs-01'g0 J' O'l'lv:n'n, Rob:-1't Gvhring. CAMERA CTLVB -First row, left to right: .I F1'0itng, C. Ziplvr, G. KilSl'llIlK5l', G. Holmvn. D. Hopp, D. Wiitns. Second row: D. 0'I5ric-n, F. Mnrslmll, D. Hnrtwig, W. Dolson, M. Muse Third row: B. Bs-rnie, D. Kinkaid. F. Callies. D. 'l'x-nvie, B. Pic-olin, D. Dnlxlko. Fourth row: J. Amlm-son, G. O'Ho:n'n, T. Aiigille, J. .lamsvlilcn O. Holm-Hunsr-n, R. Pronss. 257 First row, left to right: S. Snolliug, J. l"1irdr-k, N. Iiovgvl. M. 15111-r':llow 1 S. Toolwy. ll. Stuse. J. Svliiwtt, B. I"ic-lilvrx G. liolwlfins. Second row: V ixr'IIlli2lQ,'ili2lll, J. Kopplin. O. Iiviuriliilgvr, N. Grosszfr. Miss Morgam, J. Spur lor-k. E. Ba11'klu:1I111. M. Millzmi, N. Mi'C'l1tr'l1i11. Third row:M,Kz11k, R.ix'Iii1ITl House Gavin House Y. YVvbm'. li. Pophul, IC. l,11l1ch11:1i'k. P. Bohm, G, W'c-rnick, li. Martin D. Liiricilmwgr, IJ. VVemil:1n1i. Fourth row: IJ. Fowler, M. Gioriimis. J. Prusv S. Burt. H. Gom1i'i'oy, J. VVm-lwr. C. Zvisvlunlfl. P. lic-rglilzmll, J. .Iulsotl1, N iiI'0iIHii.IlIl, A. Kohn. First row, left to right: IC. R.ogahn, IC. livonson, M. Morse, J. Siu-homol C. Gaxmmvtvig J. Owens, I". Floriue, li. Wilson, R. J:u1ivk. Second row: A liothmall, li. Grivb, M. Pir'kc-ring, M. fiiliiiigililll. D. Rumthun. H. Vooiz J. Haimps-l, M. Olsen, N. Kll1'l'VCI'F. V. iJl'KiI'if'kS, G. Pulkrzzlmek. Third row .-X. Gregory. .L Grunt, IC. Owm-S. S. Ryan. S. Hawley, S. Fitzsimumls, K Kfrover. N. VVittmzm, J. C'om1vlly. P. Uoilge-1'. Fourth row: D, Ste-inliilbcr P. Steiiluzm, S. C7ollw1'g, Ii. Horn, J. I'Ihlors, I.. Rclwr, R. Iiousv, IC. i'il'UUi1iii6' IS. Tun, L. Stun-ssy. First row, left to right: C Bolz, C Sclnldok, M. Cclmroswki, T. Topitzes, M. Singer, A. Kamznlelx, J. Maxon, S. H6I'I1l2lllll. Second row: K. Knuth, J. Rulfolo, J. linlzor, N. Hoimorl, N. Nobel, M. Hllckcriclgo. F. Olin, L. Nzlpv, M. cJi1V2l.Il1Lllf.fl1. Third row: M. Nivolaus, S. Cliff, li. Olson, L. Cline, N. Hom-fs, A. Mm-yor, F. l,:Ll31'a0k0, M. Fliegvl, li. Pitt. Fourth row: D. Sclmilv, R. Shvrnoff, H. Starr, S. Bargholtz, J. Sr'l1w:n1de1', IS. Fritz, lil. Roberts, li. G'll'VL'I'l Y. Weisse B.Bll1'l1ll'tIH P Mum-llvr C Rittm' B. Moulton Fifth rdw: Lf Kolvv, ,Kvllmg J. liook,.M. Billlgli Krnnendonk, B. Could, H P. Doyle, H. Lange, D. M:u't0ns, C. Ziclirn, R. Kvys, J. Hoffman. I First row, left to right: R. Sarlf-S. M. Dickvy, L. Manson, M. Roth, D. Rzullm, I B. Vis, C. :hl7l'0l1S, S. Lum-svhow, M. Bllrkv. Second row: R. Rau-skv, F. Holl, B. Riley, J. Zollingc-r, L. Gooch-ll, K. Dunlop, V. lioylo, V. Iiolte. Third row: B. Downer, V. Guorgieff, J. Ebert, K. Rouse, J. Russell, N. lgewing, A. Clayton, J. Kuttor, B. Bchling, D. Witllrow. Fourth row: B. mvos, S. Norris, C MUI'f1ll2lI'llf, L. lvl'f1llll2il'l. N. Dean, li. li6l'Stl'Il. J. Brzmks, li. Hrulbecky, J. Klnsc-nclorf. First row, left to right: fl. lillllllSQl1, li. C rown. VV. T1'ir'lwl. 0. llolm-Huiisr-11, R. llvlflw, li. Reynolds, J. l'owo1'S. Second row: J. Kle-ilmlmzm. W. Ottm-iismuim. J. flIlj'Il0l', VV. DN-W, J. lllllltl. H. Liv, S. .lz11mi1l0S. Third row: li. Iilllllll, li. l'Il1lv1't. T. Ross. VV. St'j'IllUlll', F. VViviott, lf. Jzivolmy. 17. Monzcl. H. .-Xllwrts. Fourth row: li. lll'l'lll2ill, G. lN'Iljf'l1kv, J. l4lIlQ,'0SlVlI'li, M, Foster, J. Selle, J. l'll'l'NVSl01', VV. Zll'fl,'ll'l'. Fifth row: ll. Wrmlml, I3. liuf, ll. Cook. J. Kc-llvy, U. Gilwou, l.. li2lX2lllfl2lll. li. llvrrmanmi. J. l'll0l'lll7 U. liilllflllilll, ll. l'lllNllf'li. First gow, left to righf: W. lll'lIl2.YS. Austin, H. Willis, B. Mutlwws. Culver. I.. l'lI'llllilll2Lll, D. Wvinlxzuii, J. lx1'110111m'. Second row: J. lJ0lilllll'. N. Tugolcl, P. Hoekstrzl, li. Snlnion. ll. llofmziiin, J. liitvh. I.. Getzin, N. Soliioszczyk, Third row' C' liilgvr C' Zwivkv X liv-mi-1 li WilQ11'1c'k P Hunter D QH Hnyor, S. liniory. li. iliziiftvr. Foilfth -roilvii lizuiton, lfnviist. G. Phillips: W. l'll!llll'I'lV, D. Miller, M. Pinion. T. M2lillllFSl5ll, L. 'l'l11'c-li, J. Zick. Fifth row: R. S:LinuelSon, J. llzmicls, P. Krovniiig, P. Hahn, J. liowmx, R. Trout, fl. li, Stvi11lu11'dt. H. Vilworxt, li. Liiisis-1', li. IA-vihu. First row, left to right: C. Richards, R. Porzlth, R. Schwanke, D. Decker, R. Schcndt, T. Gannon, R. L'Allier. Second row: J. Wztlsdorf, R. Shaw, J. Miller, W. Kiossling, W. Grcscnz, D. Kncchle, A. D. Scaborg, M. Andor- son, W. Kriogcr, R. Fuhrcs, R. Nozzle. Third row: R. Pogorzeslki, R. Meyer, E. Hummctt, J. Bjcrkc, D. Schmzttz, J. Pctzisnick, M. Baron, G. Diaz, A. Wiugand, A. Fowler, R. Anderson. Fourth row: C. Pak, A. Toth, D. Mann, R. Larson, F. Londono, W. Jaffe, D. McJoynt, D. Heineck, C. Fischer, D. Otto, M. Rohr, H. Lippert. Fifth row: F. Wiesncr, R. Kulakow, J. Pope, W. VViesnar, R. Strar-ku, P. Koss, A. Mills, A. Blackman, T. Michler, D. Strchlow, R. Klockow, W. Brunkow. R. Schauer, G. Shimek. Sixth row: K. Grill, A. Carfcr, F. Iwcn, B. Stnrnbms, W. Pziscizrk, D. Ludwig, R. Teumer, J. Hoogerhciclc, D. Snoidcr, M. Stnnkc, R. Kicssling, B. Ebert, R. Bernhardt, J. Sander, J. Aleff. First row, left to right: R. Hallcr, G. Woincr, N. Grzzntman, R. Fredrick R. Vivian. Second row: G. Strelow, W. Shentfcr, T. Bcurdsley. L. Schoening, L. Dassow, A. Beernan, D. Bernhard, A. McClendon, D. Belzer, J. Knuth. Third row: R. Setter, A. Wickort, R. Quentmeyer, D. Havranek, R. Kopp, W. Scharf, J. Schiferl, R. Brockrnzxnn, J. Spindler. Fourth row: R. Tierney, R. Witt, D. Kindt, R. Wigglesworth, K. Johnson, F. I'h'azelton, J. Hauko, K. Cohen, K. Lerdahl, W. Isbell, P. Heimun, P. Brorcton. Fifth row: J. Wcstphal, G. Engels, K. Bridge, W. Rooney, A. Nesbitt, G. Kosmicki, R Chamberlin House Conover Jztsehob, R. Gollhardt, IC. Mikalofsky, R. Wnnek, M. Hoegh, H. Hill. Sixtli row: R. Williznns, R. Ott, K. Muhlos, J. Schumann, J. Close, W. Beverly, li. ffiltz, C. Josvanger, L. Habermnnn, J. Dittrich, J. Schwellingcr, B. Bond, .. eese. Fallows House Faville House First row, left to right: H. Amlrivs, G. Holtz, R. Leim-ht, B. Webster, D. Thusius, T. Trc-if-llel, A. Povskv. Second row: IS. Wiclnnunn, F. K1-om, W. Gootze, J. Brown, K. Fe11e1'pfoil, J. Grout, D. OYBUIJUII, T. Curro. Third row: J. Bartingzlle, B. Wm'nvr, P. Dahl, IC. Culvert, B. Brown, J. Hill, L. Dif-kor, D. Lompko, B. Wolf. Fourth row: H. Conner, P. Surge, F. Mzzrsliull, K. Royal, D. Hostvedt, R. Kzlspc-r, J. Yule, H. Vernon. Fifth row: J. Mc-I'I:nt,h- ron, R. Ba11n1guo1't11e1', T. Soulen, D. Brunton. D. Sr-hoeneck, A. Tuvkrrr. C. Schultz, J. Lindquist, A. Iverson, J TlJIl1ilf'. First row, lett to right: R. Sr-llwuan, R. B1w1'gm', F. Powell, E. Feirtag, D. Wuro, V. Sorenson. Second row: R. Mf?cJlltf'lll'0Il, H. Dietzman, R. Ilouf- f:u'd, J. Price, ll. PfoFfer, R. Ruppin, D. Barely, W. Simon. Third row: G. De- Rzmgo, L. PIL-ss, P. Silbert, A. Johnson, J. Quigley, IC. lmmkuil, R. Ver- lmzulwliodc, J. Grunwaldt, W. liulmlitz. Fourth row: O. l'Iitl:1nd, M. Smith D, L4-nike, R. Hrmglzuld, H. Balldwin, G. B1-stor, D. R1-ic'l1:u'd, R. Hoppe D. WlxlIlg21l'lK'Il. Fifth row: B. Slniw, K. Fritzsvhe, K. Wm-stem, D. Sc-zmrs, C Burtllolf, H. limit-r, ll. IH-'llllll2!,, T. Lohr, li. Augustin, J. lluvlit. f 1 1lz .r 1 ' '17v1. min! First row, left to right: R. Mvfioy, T. Halluclu, F. Oakes, H. .lm-olms, W. At- wood. W. Duff. R. Hill, J. Cook. Second row: G. lioc-nquist. D. Bruvli, D. Loos, IC. Quunmlt, D. Thompson. J. J:1svul1':1, N. lielln-1'i1c-, L. Olson, li. li2ll'l'lllgl'Ul1, F. Bounm. Third row: J. Freitag, W. Nolwlt-y, S. K1'ippI1ex', W. Mvissmrr, J. Coloinam, E. Pauls, li. Klein, G. Guss, L. Kulmisiuk. Fourth row: X. Quinn, A. Bcrlirens, D. Paulson, W. Grinker, R. Kmiegc-1', D. Spent-cr, A. Hubbell, J. Ruvmoiul, H. Gollrnun, P. M:n'tinea1u. Fifth row: K. Lulloll, IC. Johnson, L. Auigustine, K. Bendix-Otto, ll. Roeske-, J. Tehun, B. Slvvr-ns ll. Kersliok, J. Movmlv, D. Slu-rwoocl, ll. Duloy. Y I First row, left to right: B. ZllfTk0l'Ill2lIl, J. Gwimlt, J. Pzlsterski. Second row G. Hicmlu. Pl. Kuslm, W. Grzmebel, li. Steinwzlnd, ll. Douglas, W. Gurons, T. Eggers, J. McDonald, M. RllSCll. Third row: J. Solve. A. Attigzm, J. Kus- liin, WT. Pm-trillu. IC. Gruner. D. Lungtvnu, J. Gzldon, J. Remlcy, W. Rotzoll lhI.lIi1llSI'l'llI1ll, R. Svhmiflt. Fourth row: W. Davidson, W. Xivoluus, G. Niel- son, W. Stoffol, J. lillllIl0l', L. Kooser, D. lJ2l.llt,Ql'IT12lIl, E. P0lLp0I1lJlll'g, .l .Xnderson, T. Phillips, PI. Prine, R. Holfmun. Fifth row: D. Toft, J. Scale-s J. Matson, R. Oslmorne, R. Walters. W. Swovlnvr, N. Holley, J. Downs, D lioeltor, ll. Roblmins, R. DoTc-rvillv, R. Otto. Sixth row: A. Ptavvk, li Wirth, T. HOl:l'Ill2LIlll, J. Womlf.-rs, N. Peterson, li. Evuns, R. Dorn, D. Toft C'. Cir1'LlIll'W2lld. P. liudiv, D. Nelson, D. Luxulvrs, L. l'lI1gCll1ill'llt, J. Hoff Gilman House First row, left to right: T. Mast: IC. Mvycfrs, M, .I:1r'olmsu11. M. Prvy, J. Rus- IIIIISSUII. L. VVilli:1ms, YV. iJI'lIilIl, J. Grzxpvr, C . Ilulmvrt, li. Vi1I'itViI'2l. li. K1'11c-gm. Second row: li. Moorv. G. Iiuclclvll. .X. i42il1Lfl'llllC'g'C'l', F. Sc-lnruelzs-r, R. Hlavznv, IC, Jarvis, C, Snrxlsol, J. Swv:-, C. lflggwt, G. Dixon, CT. Kohn. Third row: C. D1lV:1ll, T. Kuklinski, W. Iiovttvlmw. P. Zurbock. li. Higgins, U. Mairtr-n, J. Molmllx R. Rilfilllllfll. 17. IJl'lliI'f'. R. Hmm-, T. Mnlm-g, Fourth row: P. Gulldw. D. Stvllu. K. iiUTilIHl'yC'I'. D. Built-r. D. D:1vir1son. H. ixI2lthiSUIl, J. Nic-ks-1'son, J, SIITJIII, I". Royvc-, IJ. Svllovlnlmlllil. High House First row, left to right: I". Votzxvu, R. '1'1'z1vgc1', W. Silllllllllll, R. Sl'iI2ll'SK'hll1iCil R. .Xwaz J. Vutnvu, P. Shapiro. Second row: li, Hosvll, U. Zwivkvy, G. Kw- nmr, D. Mirlshaxll. U. Ili-flow, li. NOIIIHHII, fl. Spvic-ln. K. i3l'l'gSiJ1liiQI1. VV C':mtwc1l. Third row: li, HCIlliI51'SIJll, .-X. H2LK'iilfllii:Lhl, li. Digmun, li. OiJ9I'ill'll R. Rox, F. Svluatllc-rt, W. Treitz, G. l5r'zu1tl:1.ml, P. l"rv1u1ci. Fourth row: M Svlnucidgr, J. SI1l?yd, VV. Morrison, M. Krvlms. J. Xy0I'21gl', D. Jmws. G. Suns- lmlml. X. Osgood, VV. II:1:111011. First row, left to right: D. Boyd, C. Lewis, B. BOI't'llCl, H. Iinf, C. Barnum G. Crowcll, K. Hagen. Second row: C. Zahn, D. Ln-Duc, F. Lzulta, li. Volk- Illftll, H. Plotkin, H. King, B. Jonet, D. liuelul, T. Schiwlmorflit, J. Ryan J. Koch. Third row: C. Hzimilton, N. Wvlllfilillll, G. Housfeld, K. Mzititzm Fathi J. Effu, C. Lopor, B. Glllll'lH, B. Wittig, T. Oswald, ll. Variclmilmorg, P. Stephl, C . Muth. Fourth row: J. Blitstein, S. Herrlnnn, P. Conant, S. Hay, E. Holan J. Lum-ining, R. Weber, G. Akin, R. Gromme, T. Chicallu, F. DvVinney X. Roberts. Fifth row: D. Pantiur, J. Rogers, D. Gray, li. Gnat, J. Dorr B. H2llJQ?l'Stl'OIH, D. Williams, D. Cline, G. Weiss, D. Glen, D. Stieg, E. Cooper B. Mvisenheinu-r, P. Reinhold. Sixth row: R. Tlnois, R. Svlnnidt, J, Brom D. Die-tmcyor, D. M:1l'tc-11s, P. B1-Ck, G. Blum, G. Clarkv, BI. Strzlulm, C Porter, G. Clllll'K'll, B. Mdienziv, IC. Kzirns, B. West, D. Groth, D. Snyner B. Dutton. First row, left to right: G. Pauls, J. Haytor, E. Falk, T. Bryan, O. Stvntz T. Olson, B. Snudden, M. Gan-ling, D. Bosm-her. Second row: R. Sclu-er, Rl Keyes, J. Ward, R. Paul, H. Tlliodo, R. Krzxhnkc-, R. Chency, R. Wuosner, K. Hzxslow, E. Holmes. Third row: R. Potrnschkv, S. Rnsvli, R. Strand, J Huinlwrt, J. Larson, D. Due-lmor, T. Zilavy, R. SlllllV21ll,iW. Gu-en, R Paskv, D. Kirsvhling. Fourth row: Ii. Risr-li, P. Cox, J. Elloson, T. Sclmofei- L. Mngsfe, J. HllK?l5Ill5l', M. Krouning, W. Orgas, I". Fischer, H. Afdalhl, T Monrov. y 7 1 v I ones House La Follette House Mack House Noyes House First row, left to right: J. Gvring, IG. Stowe, H. Pierre, IJ. Saifc-r. R. Roherty. Second row: D. Iiumpol, VV. Schwartz, T. M111-lle-1'. J. .lzxvgmy R. Miller, T. Gzlvvtt, D. Hagen. D. Kzilmls-r, J. Tomkin, K. We-hrlc. Third row: J. Svliroedcr, J. .lox111o1'j:1h11, Ii. Slahy, W. Smith, J. Fetek, W. Ebe1'h:u'dt, K. Knudsen. P. Plrivksou, G. lilievkert. R. Syanizmzuidzi. Fourth row: H. Svhuoll. IC. Callan. F. Fowvll. J. Stoner. H. Jzinkowski, IC. Dolvs-11, M. Bil'lliH1llII1, J. Iintou. D. Mzixson, L. Ellis. R. Geiger, C. Clflipluam. H. MI'Ii4xl1Zil', J. Weinstor-k. Fifth row: D. Kreul, L. Buiiaszzik, J. Kun-nzi, C. West, J. Clark, G. Weir, A. P:u1riez1. R. Oehler, R. Livingston, ll. Sweetv, H. Kerler, M. Serlsenlmreriner, H. Vzlkos, D. Bluvmke, R. Price. Sixth row: IC. Munson. R. Gottsr-hailk, P. From-hette. A. Young, D. fi00IlPIl, P. Jenson. W. Knee, R. Jalms. R. Ozhurn, J. Tosen- thul. H. Wv1iIlgl'I1l21IlD, R. Sf'hwa1'tzlmc'k, M. Moyers, C. Gaither. J. Rumba. C. Prust, J. Churvhill. First row, left to right: Ii. l"1eisc'lic-r, J. Drumm, V. Ovvrlwyc, C. Maier, R. Carpenter, W. Sim-mer. Second row: P. Hamdt, J. Sorge, W. Giger, W. Yeskie. T. Lolmenow, R.. Mi1IlilI'Ski. G. Pico'-Dominquez. Third row: R.. Pzwkmuii. J. Tellivr, R. Jziujoks, T. WKJlJS6Ili'l'2li'i, L. Horwitz, N. Hzmsen. D. Steybv. Ii. Welton. J. Shzinuon. Fourth row: R. F1'z1e4l1'ir'l1. J. Sazilsam, A. Zimmerman. E. Clothier. D. Svhroedvr, G. Weir, K. Engel, li. Watson. E. Ausorge, F. Heim. Fifth row: A. Zia-geiiiuigeii, N. McCoy-mic-k, J. Ks-Ish, J. Hickmzui, J. Kolpitvko, R. Ric-hier, R. Duiihzmi, W. LIIIICIO, P. Heir-lwlsclorfn-1', J. Green- burg, .l. Dagorrr-t. First row, left to right: K. Breyer, D. Wiosf, B. Clark, D. Hanson, G. Kalman D. Hopp, D. White, Ii. lflrnst. Second row: J. Moy, R. Gergc-n, D. Lawton J. Smith, P. Puttkammor, H. Bcstoman, J. Langonberg, D. Mathwivh, R James, J. Gohrig. Third row: J. Anderson, J. Lindow, F. Czrllies, D. Nelson R. Bolin, D. Scllneidc-rlnzln, B. Kcrrkam, K. Nelson, W. Chan. Fourth row D. Foltz, W. Diostlcr, D. Landwohr, D. Zipter, IG. Schleg, K. Hocking, F Schoonfcld, H. Kummor, D. Brolin, H. Corrigan. Fifth row: G. O'Hn-urn, J Hanson, T. Kitzv, F. Clark, G. Trzrnmal, D. Smith, D. Roinke, J. Bancroft F. Plum-khan, J. Yurk. First row, left to right: J. Bennett, D. Duhlkc, A. Methm-nitis, K. Thorn G. Kzxsc-hnc-r, B. Picolin, D. Hzrrtwig. Second row: A. Wvsnoiy K. Mosuch C. Goldsworthy, A. Pond, R. Kupheim, B. Burke, T. Coldwell, J. Olson l. Non. Third row: K. D-Llby P. lovonh-mgon J. Homker D. Moon B. Firn halwr, D. Hzmrk, R. Pri-nssj H. 'l'urveyi, D.l lDCI'gllII1, D. Xossmah. Fourth row: S. Loo, G. Holman, E. Burhholz, G. Holbavlu. J. Birnvy, A. Srhnlwring J. Pmsch, B. blnxrioix, b. MOlCl1llllSL, P. Iiuchev. Fifth row: J. Biooks, W Szrnclrnzin, J. Glzmvich, T. Kzxiiiic-num, J. li:l.llII1g2LI'illl'l', B. Brzxnclel, C. Ocrtel M. Bc-riiclt, G. Sclinoimlm-winfl, I". Bralncl. J 7 howerman House Siebecker House First row, left to right: W. Ryan, R. .-hI1ClCI'SOll, L. Wrngg, T. Viltvr, C. Jones, R. L. Anclorson. Second row: ll. Kopfer. W. Brennan, M. Mzirqiizirdt, C Mr-Caighy, J. Wailsdorf, C. Samuelson, R. Iiairich, D. Carlson, G. Kamin D. Huebner. Third row: G. Zvwir-kv, J. S1'llllI'li. S. Frimllzmd A. Schwindl D. Mueller, J. Donklv. IC. Heriilius, IC. Quzinllt, D. Kvmnitz, ll. Kass-,lzumzi Fourth row: W. Updikv, X. Jungv, H. Rozoff, R. H1-nlv, S. Mc-nmlvlsolm li. Kimball, D. Blunt, li. C. Anderson, P. Hass, T. Burger, A. llnmuth, W. Bm-liliolz. Fifth row: D. Vorbrivk, L. Stzinflorf, R. Loko, D. limlwzirds, J. Grosklzius, T. Lodalil, H. W. Zilisvli. J. Ist-iilmwg, J. Lzingkau, J. Silber, H. Smith, L. Wzilsli. Sixth row: A. Mc'Gough, J. Kimmey, D. Rawson, R. Seifert. D. l.VIf'GOllf.Ill, J. Williams, A. SfI'0llil, C. Dvgner, D. llintelmzin, li. Beivr J. lif'iIllliiI'1ll, li. Holler, J. Pl:itmvi', ll. Gr:iliow. First row, left to right: R. Spock, G. Johnson, N. Axnivk, T. Kitzo, D. Nelson. J. Cnppy, F. Svhultz. Second row: L. Lindon, D. Thi-zirin, H. Wt-nliam, B. Mziisvli, E. Runge, K. Svliiffmayi-1', D. Mormzln. J. Slziclkoy. Third row: L. Biiglwo, K. Cors, R. Roszmdicli, J. Halverson, G. Hwk. D. Covlgfield, D. Counscll, G. Alnwihainsoii, C. Bauiinbzich, L. libben. Fourth row: S. Suhm, li. Sulim, C. Roc-k, D. Apkor, J. Plzitos, D. Roinort, D. Ric-hardson, J. Rook. Fifth row: F. Fruze, D. Kerska, C. Radmor, J. Saxton, C. Illgvn, F. Ruos, B. Btlillllll, G. Homstuml, J. Heinvkv, J. Bec'km'. v First row, left to right: IC. lillrkc-, R. Doulwlns, li. Kiln-lwtmg I". Stuigr-r, J. liuruvll, D. lil'2l,Ill0l', R. lim-rrling. Second row: F. 'l'i1'l1er1m', J. Pekrm-li, K. Maunis, D. Stem-lv, D. llolmam. li. Clougll, G. 1'lllI'lll1'YC'l', Ci. Gutgf-sc-ll, li. Shi. Third row: VV. Grzxssl, S. Clizlrlson. R. Stznlisluwslii. VV. Mc-ister, J. XR,2l.X, li. Vllvnz. D. '1l0llSIHi1Il, N. H9l'Ill2lll. K. HtJllf'li, B. G1-living. Fourth row: fl. Produc-Ill, J. Spvllmzm, li. Lowe, li. Singh. li. Polzmsky, P. Foss. A. Amlvr- sou. D. Hill, A. Riley. S. liitze-r1lmll1'g. Fifth row: J. Hams, li. liogowslii. J. Plowiunim, R. Kvlm. B, lim-lse. VV. Sr-l11'oc'cls-1', S. Stoltz, D. Kott. H. linilxms. T. Kinslvy, G. l5:n'r'y. li. liimlel. First row, left to right: J. Cll'l1ll0I', l.. Rowell, D. Stzmlw. J. Pzmlson. Second row: VV. lioblvv, P. Fzwiiwr. lil. ll0li21IlCll'I', H. VVvntl:u1d. H. Nelson, K. Jones, l. Senior. D. RIlj'l'ZllIl, J. llllic-Ingalls. H. Konig. Third row: M. Curs- well. li. Selclu-rt. D. Klein, H. Gofrlly. N. Neviil. J. Hemlmoml. lil. Hills. H. lizullmulll, H. Oeoliler. R. Clzildwell, M. Kleinnizmu. Fourth row: R. Ifelicimlo, J. Rvimll. D. Kumbem, R. Ferris. J. Ifussio. F. K1-ull, R. Wm-st, D. Rasillllssc-11, D. Mzllrplxm-, H. Kingstnrl. D. SDli'f2,'l'lll0i:l'. D. Nivkel. Fifth row: Q. Czlllies, li. Yates. VV. liI'lll1S21f'li. D. Tozuitz, li. Pitsvll, J. Hinniiig, .l. Iwi-rt, li. Bicwk, J. Harvey, V. Pic-lic-1'i11g, G. liong, li. Sch1'0uclm'. Sixth row: T. Ric-lmrml, J. Fserris, R. Smith. D. Knsten, D. Purdy, K. liurtz, J. Nm-wing, J. AIldl'l'SOI1, li. Svllelonkzn. D. H2lIlSl'll, D. Dittmar, D. Omernik, H. Rtlilllilll, H. Humke. pooner House Swenson House Tarrant House Turner House First row, left to right: W. liaoliluilmur, IC. Lim, IJ. Witas, R. Siolalif, J. Fitz- goralml, G. ldinrno, G. Z1-ntz, H. Garclnor. Second row: R. Iiommslitvr, R. Svliwartz, L. Brown, W. For-nholz, P. HSll1g-lSlll'I1 Tsao, IC. Geraldson, J. Hattlvs, H. Scflnnidt, H. Rll'illl-?1'. D. Rlwillevk. Third row: C. Pvterman, S. Vogvl, R. Knilans, D. Julio, D. Winniv, W. Vflllllllt, V. Sr-idx-l', K. Planton, H. Bohl. Fourth row: D. Bootle, W. Vetter, W. Opie, R. i"0llCI'SCi1llf,Z, P. Tinsman, IC. Iirinkman, R. Shalfor, ll. Bart-vll, ll. Gohclvs, F. Loysiotfor. Fifth row: P. Moeller, R. O'Har1-ow. IC. Bathkv, J. Koaly, W. Brandt, L. Coulson, R. Upiv, R. Croymans, D. Svllulnakvr, J. Mirhr-al, R. Aagaarcl. First row, left to right: R. Avs, J. Cain, J. Carlile-n, R. Angclhof:k,'R. Suxv. Second row: W. Preble, J. He-nker, B. Bossart, G. Vogt, V. Kolvo, W. Paloon, R. Forwark, K. D. Lindsay, R. Howard, H. Wong. Tnird row: C. Ingobrit- svn, P. Lindsay, H. ID9llSl'll0I', G. Koi-hlcr, S. Wollso, R. Kostriski, D. Loh- man, W. Sc-lniforl, J. Hamilton, T. N1-wcomer. Fourth row: R. Burpov, D. Ratzlatlf, D. ICQ-koldt, G. Porter, J. Hayes, K. Hs-llning, J. Buss, D. Kyohl J. Burr, R. Perkins, A. Cadden, R. Walters, D. Newman. Fifth row: G. Schuman, J. liossart, K. Spoork, J. Baum, R. Wiki-n, D. Palocck, T. Friallf, W. Huegol. R. Hasse, K. Ryan, J. Bc-hrond, M. Whelan, R. Anderson. Sixth row: IC. Thomas, V. Nc-lson, D. R1-tzlaff, T. Lnpinski, G. Rasmussen, li. Kindwall, J. Tc-mp, D. Hvrrling, D. Folz, W. Fvigv, W. Galligan, R. Carlson, J. I'rban, R. Harsevoort, J. Stellivk, J. Wcsslvn, W. Dooring. 1 First row, left to right: H. Swzmson, R. Rivtz. C. Tvlm. li. Carllwi-gr, VV J:1r'ktl1l1lJe1', O. Tlmmpto, J. l.4'ikvr. J. :xIlfl4'l'S0ll. Second row: R. l':ulwr-ll D. Domuhoski, R. liuvkholz. H. Pl'eflm'korn. li. Dz1m:1cli:m, D. lil'iiIlll'I', li Stvin, li. Baking J. cjtlllllllflll. Third row: I". Sm-urs, G. lizxrtsvln. D. Gorllon J. Mf'cllll'flj', G. Oluuam, J. Syty, C. Iivkstvin, li. Bzxrtlmloms-w, D. Dmlwim S. Caulfield, L. L4-nz. Fourth row: N. Brzmrl, W. Hahn, D. Hurt, D. Duxlmury D. l51'mw1', D. Mzllthei. D. Baxlcloviu, R. Puff, H. Gustofson, S. Okrvnt Fifth row: J. Burkh:u't, J. Bri-w. J. Bolzmml, T. Wvl'l'IlC1l'. J. Lune-, L. Strom Il1f'll, H. Klingvlmivl, C. Taylor. D. Ferkiu, G. lfnlok, B. flflllllll. First row, left to right: R. Bulclwiu. A. Bon-sm-cfnik, R. Pc-ttis, J. Mars, IJ. Poor, R. Harmuth, A. Abai, li. Marsh. Second row: R. T':l'lf'kSOI1, I.. Tro- XV2ll'lllil, W. Engel, R. Schwzirtz, R. Harklzlll, R. Sylllll'S. D. Barncss, T. Kirk, J. Ferris. Third row: R. cllll'0llSi-'l', R. SOFUIISOII, J. W2tl'l'l'll, L. L21 Plilllll! L. Lisowski, J. Clzwperltor, D. P1-iw, J. Kvinhau-dt, K. Hvlloi'.Fourth row: G. W1-cllake, A. Ntukogu, V. Coffey, A. Svlllzwk, M. Fitzgm-mlcl, D. Quiglvy, li. Pzirlow, O. Fvlton. L. Cjilllllflll, J. Beurcl. Vilas House inslow House -ri - 1 r gsm,-.mafgzq V , Q -uf.-M-:QQ1 , :l?LQlfl'W'ST lloc-ated in Mm-k House, the BIen's Halls Store serves the 1700 residents of the Mc-n's Halls Assoc-izition. It is the largest slmlent owned :Lml operated store in the eonntry. :xml is staffed entirely with stmlents of the Mens Hesiclem-e lI:1lls. 1 f " f cw , , ' First row, left to right: Hurry Bzxmlonveris, Ruth Reese, .lim .l:1nsen. Second row: Nnney Wltllllilll, lJonVVit:1s, Dave Menzel. 1 Third row: Bill Sweeiner. George Klilnowitz. Dnrry Nelson. Doris Q Flow. Fourth row: :lim Keuly. Dennis Herrling, Cl2lI'K'lll'K' lXI2ll'l0ll. lirnee Boml. 4 First row, left to right: Kenneth Jones, Houscfellow mlvisor: l Uznvicl Hagen, x7il'l'-Pl'C'Slll0I1l2 Donaxlcl Zipter, First selnestel' ' f'll1l.iI'IIl2lllQ Robert Ozlnn-n, President: Robert Aagnzu-cl, Culminet Advisor. VVilli:1n1G:1st, see.-t1'e:1s.: liolwert Ozlnlrn, I?rc-sirlent: :xml Dzrvicl Hagen, Vlee-Presimlent. 272 wwf' .":"""" wi' ,M Pan Hel Council This is the first year that PanHel Conneil sponsored a counseling service for all rushees. Every rnshee had a counselor. and Barb Morley was chairman of this service. PanHel sponsored and paid for all the expenses of Florence Filleul, a fren:-h student living at the Alpha Phi house. PanHel also helped to put. on Greek Week, and to raise money for eight 315100 sc-holarships for university women, put on PanHel Ball. 0H5c-ers were Carolyn Piper, president, Harriet Kirc-hhoff, vice-presidentg Lynne Sc-hwarm, seeretary, and Terry Spec-a, treasurer. Miss Kaiser, the assistant- Dean of lVomen, is PanHel advisor. Front row, left to right: Aggie Mandt, Janet Hanson, Carol Tinder, Joan Forman, Nancy Leader, Mary Hopkins. Second row: Lorayne McKenzie, Barbara Morley, Harriet Kirchhoil, Terry Speca, Carolyn Piper, Lynne Sehwarm, Carol Rosen. Third row: Janet Grout, Mary Lou Drnek, Dottie Seylierth, Betty Gennrieli, Joanne Doctor, Kay Hopkins, Joyce Krogen, Norma Trindle, Mary Jane Seegers, Carol Draeger, Janet Burns, Kathleen Daly, Gayle Anderson, Karen Kennedy. 274 l 5 5 l e . E 6 :TNA-.. The Gamma Phis :md Don Peterson onte1't:1ined frzrtornity mon at their annual Grvck VVL-ck exchange d.lI1IlCl'. mall and Intimate Bzirh Boyd, Sandy Champion, and Marty Small e-njoy 21 private jokl- at tht- Alpha Xi's open housv. The Alpha Gauns go Wfountry Style" :mt il Squzm Dfxnu 'AYO inch." ll grunt :xml you groan, lmi somvtlnlr-s you Uilllll llllllgf' illl 275 Alpha hi Omega Alpha Chi Omega was originally founded as a musiv sorority at De Pauw l'niVersity in 1885. Kappa rhapter was founded at the l'niversity of lVisc-onsin in 19113. Sorial activities of the chapter this year ineluded the annual Hallowe'en serenade to the fraternities, the Algae Island party, winter and spring formals, and listening parties and exchange dinners. Alpha Chi's aetive members on eampus this year were Ann Vanderwall, 1954 Prom general chairman, Shirley Hudson, l'nion Crafts Committee chairman, Joan Pomprowitz, Yvisr-onsin N.S.A. Chairman, Marge Hesse, 1953 Badger Beauty, and Gail 'l'urner, Badger Senior Section editor. Offirers were Joyee lieamish. president, Paula Spel- hring, vice-president, .loan Koeneke, sec-rotary, and Jan Helms, treasurer. Mrs. Sarah Belle Slemmons is the house-mother. Front row, left to right: B, Thatcher, B. Radloll, S. Overby, L. Clark, J. Fisher, R. Jung, J. Asehenlirenner, L. Ahendroth, L. Herman, M. Heermann, J. Heald, J. Maxon, M. Scanlan, M. Homann. Second row: P. Dawson, M. Meyer, J. Johnson, Ii. Bewitz. C. Malone, P. Spelbring, C. Mc-Cartney, Mrs. W. S. Slemmons, J. Beamish, J. Caldwell, J. Koeneke, M. Brusok, B. Gilmore, J, Rasmussen. Third row: R. Matthews, J. Malloy, S. Freudenberg, D. Hanson, J. McLaughlin, L. Zahour, S. Hanson, D. Regex, C. Dinkel, J. LaPour, N. Krause, N. Nason, M. Burke, L. Johnson, B. Dinkel, M. Grisvold, N. Thayer, M. MeCargo, M. Hesse. Fourth row: 15. Lione, C. Nazum, M. Brooks, J. Pomprowitz, N. Heiden, J. Gustin, M. Ebling, B. Brunsell, S. Xorg, J. McNc-arney, S. Hudson, G. Turner, P. Craig, A. Mandt, M. Bewitz, J. Pagel. Fifth row: C. Eichstedt, M. Thill, S. Malone, B. Salter, K. Kersten, G. Jostad, C. Anderson, J. Helms, S. Ohlis, M. McLaughlin, A. Vanderwall, C. Soderstrom, N. Walkoe, D. Holsehuh, M. Hilt, J. Deringer. 276 h i N 1 Front row, left to right: Elziinv Meglowsky, lrvnm- HPI'Ill1lIl, llflntilv Rothsvhild, liclythvl'n'mi'zu'sky, Anna-Volk, ldllyn Pnmlnow, Dnvicln SHSSIIHHI, Doris Sue Katz, Suv Hollborgc-r, .loan M6CllIiIlli'. Second row: .loan lA'llll?l'II'lil.llll, Nanry Wiser, Nils-on .l:u'ohs0n, .lnmlith Friorl- laiiclvxy Candy liill:l'IIlil,Il, Mrs. :XIIIIP Pork, .loznnw Pz1sc'hm-n, Corky Milos. .loan Kollman, Uonniv Schwzirtz. Dahl Golclbc-rg. Third row: .loannv Cohn. Norine- livvzc-n. liitzl Nic-lithansr-r, Revvlln Bs-rinnn, Bwlnclzi Saul, Mary Bonn, Corky VVic'k. Nfllllj' Glfflt'Ill21ll, Sha-ilzi VVald1nzu1, Sully Sinniko, .loan Ynger. Fourth row: COVIIII. Drum-k, Mzirvin Bra-nnvr, Eleanor L1-vy, Marilyn Grnbin, Marilyn Grunt, Carol Roson, Carol L1-vine, Holm-n Goomhnzrn, Dolores Shvr. Lois Sher, Hvlen Rothman, Gail Rrlpoport. N Ng-X 'fsiqgf' .. s, fs. -1-. . A 2 Alpha Epsilon Phi arftivities this your invhnled n winter formal at lhv Lorraine llotel, 21 spring formal, Zl show put on for tho V1-to1'z111s by The pledggvs, and tho annual zivlivitic-s l7Zlllflll0f, whore Ronny Sviv won thc- svholnrship vnp. Fnrol Eisnor and 'll1'l1lly Moss were given thc' 4-np for tho most zwfivo ploclgos. Offir-ers wore Cnnmly liilllilllliill. dc-un: .lonn llllSL'll6ll. slilm-mlwnig .loun liolhnnn, St'f'l'6'fill'yI and Judith lfriorl- lunrlor, t1'v:1sl11'e1'. l lpha Epsilon Phi Alpha Gamma Delta Front row, left to right: J. Dorwin. .l. -lOf'll0Il1, NI. l'lI'lf'liSO11, M. hlarsli, N. Hailfivlcl, S. G1-ntile, M. Stelffeiisvn, H. l4illlllgI'iiVl'. Second row: li. WiJl'gllll. K. Bakor, M. Mivliel, H. Rugowski, H. liin-clirke, C. liloxdorf, J. Zvrnzavk. M. Blain, A. Albriglit, M. VVing0r, NI. Reardon, R. Guhrcal. Third row: S. Wintringor, C. Stangel, D. Drill, li. Ryndvrs, D. Marti-ns, Mrs. Ragonc-, S. Haalancl, V. lioyson, D. Kas-rrhor. M. Mooro, M. Pallistc-r, A. lioarliy. W. Hicks. Fourth row: X. Ball, M. Mvsrnkamp. C. Gooclrirli. N. Kamm, li. Plotz, ff Olwrling, fl. f'arns, IC. Smith, P. VValkvr, J. Harrington, li. Thomas, N. M1-yor. li. lilnioro, C. Chapman, D. Burgess, M. Trost, N. Fay. A. Vliilson, SIlllllllPI'S. Fifth row: Bl. Hntli, li. Hill, A. Steflvn. E. Mattick, J, DPVV1-sc-, B. Thallvr, M. Svhnltz. ll. Blitz, li. Krlnnni, B. Shafcr, N. liyudvrs. V. Stannn, V. li0nno1', L. Trary, ll. l"roel1lliv, li. Krc-lws. Sixth row: M. lijvldo, li. Millor, C. Ryn- rlers, li. Frank, K. S0llOI'll0llll, X. Papke, J. fll'2l1H0l', P. Chanfllvr. D. Strirkor, P. Cattoi, P. Lock, J. Moy:-r, S. Moon, G. Grnnor. 1953-Sl was a busy yciar for Beta Chapter of Alpha Gamma Delta. llighlighting the sorial calunclar werc the spring and Christmas formals, a sqnarc darn-r party, an opon housv and sow-i'al lislcning parties. Alpha Gamls were loaders in rampns activities with mvmlwors elertc-ml to exc-riitivo ol'Hc-es in Crum-ilmlc, AWS, Uiwlicsis, l'11iv01'sity Religious C'ounf-il, and svvv1'al pro- fessional sororities. Blemhors were also ac-tivo in Mortar Board, Srhoclvrs, Hoofvrs. PanHel c-horns, and 278 other rampus vw-iits. Philanthropim- projcrls iiirliulc-fl r'0r'0ln'al palsy aicl and a party for the vhilclrvn of the llvashington Sc-hool C'orelJral Palsy Velnter. Uflir-vrs were Signy llaalaiicl. prc-sidenf: Mary Moorv, first vivo-p1'esirlciiit3 Barbara Iirnmm. sw-retaryg and Diane liaerchor, Treasurer. Mrs. John llagone is tho honsrmothor. lpha Phi Front row, left to right: D. Slw:1riv1'. S.lV0l'lllllll1. N. Gluntx. M. .x.l5UNYIll2lll. M. J. Hovrlz-n. M. A. llunml. X. Ott. J. Johnson, A. Nc-nsns Second row: I". Fillvlll, JMX. Olson, M. Hvisr-V, J. ,lll'Ol'l1, N. Lvznlvrg li. York, J. llloorlwzul, J. Panxkonc-n. K. Mc'G1':1tl1. S. Tivrllcy, J nrpc-1-. Third row: Mrs. li. T. Link, E. Us-Mow. M. I". C':1ll'erTy. J. Conlvy. M. .-Xllvn, J. Fugc-n, li, Muvkin. J, xNY0I'lll'l', S. llanwl, M lllplm-y. li. Monrlmm-:14l. Fourth row: G. lNInQf-s. K. O'l,s-:n'y. A. ll21SflIlgS, li. Yunllg. li. .logic-V. N. R024-rs. K. Paulson. P. BIl'li0l1ll2l Hu S. Troxvl. A. l'1-telrsnlm. J. l'lUl'lIlIlIl, X. liusv. S. lfillllilllll. C. lJI'Ill'g'l'l'. M. Nvlson. l1.Winlw-mn Fifth row: G. lioltf-, li. Kzirlc-n, L. Mc-Gunn N, llUSl'll. N. lvll6'l'l'. li. linlnrow. U. Paulson, L. Mmlml, IJ. llelfvo, J. Lanw, E. Allrin, J. llukv, l.. .Xnnlc-rson, C. clil,l'llIll'l, M. A. Yllll 1 .Xlplla Phi was fonnclvd at Sy1'zu'l1s0 lvlIlV6?l'SllY in J0lll1ll0lllS0ll, .Xclminisll'aLtiv0 Council ofA.VV.S.ga1n 1872 unfl was csfzllylislulfl at the lvlllVGl'SllV of Wis- Juno linrive. 1954 Prom lmnc not t'l12lll'IHZ1I1. . l 10115111 Iota Cllillfllfll' lll 18943. Offir-ws werv liOl'llll'D RlV2ll'lilll, pri-s1clontgJoan lfagan 3l0Il1l7Ol'S ac-tivo on vurnpns this your wmv Joan Vivv-pl'0si1lQ11t: 3l.2ll'QQill'6'l llurnpllroy. SK'1'l'6lZll'yQ and lwagzln. ,QQ0llOl'L1l i'l12lll'U12lIl of l'unl'lel Bull: Janet Moor- .Ioan YYY-1'11e1'. tr'c-z1s111'ol'. Mrs. E. 'lf Link is thc llfllliill hezul and Anita S1-llwoiic-l'i11gzg, Sigma Epsilon Sigma: mother. 279 Alpha Xi Delta was fouuclvcl at l.omlizu'tl Collvggv, ci2Ll9SlJl1I'j!Q, Illinois iu 1893. Tlivtzx Chapter was foumlt-cl at Wisvousiu iu 1905. The zuuiual Christmas formal and the spring Ros? Formal we-rv he-lml at tho vhaptvi' house. Early spring at thc sorority house is also the svviw of thc filllllllll squm'e clzuwe. llumorology, Campus Czmiival. and tlrvvk Wvvk wvrv Othlxl' important evviits of the year. Klemlwrs prominent iii Campus at-tivities wQx'0 Bm'- lmm VVvicli1el', Careers Co11fel'c-111'-e Hospitality Chair- mziuq Donna tlilloy, prc-sideut of tho Campus League Alpha Xi Delta ot' Vllomvu Votorsg Jzuw Loohuiug, AVVS Persoiiuvl stuff and Co-lflcls' Vllivk Pluiiuiug Committee: :mtl Muret Small, Haclgei' Blot-k. tJHir'0i's were Marilyn Nott, presidviit g BdI'lJ2Ll'3 Vlioicl- uvr, vivo-p1'esi1l0iit: Czirlvue S21ll6l', S0t'l'0fZ1l'yl and Carol lil10t'lll0. t1'eas11i'e1'. Mrs. Nylzi Lovell is the house- mother. Front row, left to right: C. WY2lgl'I1C'I', N. lilumvr, M. Got-ln-l, M. Grieh. li. Boyd, C. Schiukn, B. Grit-li, R. Pickett, li, Dum-W, H. Xt-lu-r, K. gintou. Second row: J. Straus, J. Butlc-r, C. Kllt't'lllLl, J. Pt-lton, M. Lanz. BI. Nott, Mrs. N. Lovvll, H. Wc'idl1e1', ll. Ste-ixiivli, D 1 illvy, K. Comm: Third row: J. Hill, J. Lakin, B. Hzirris, F. White, S. Hvilwriug, R. H4llt'IlWX'61f.f, S. Champion, N. Quinn, J. Chlzmrlzi. C SHIIUV. M. ci1Illf.l10I'. C. Xort-lirup, K. Fzlrroll, S. Hzuivs, J. K1-rr. A. Altt'I1l'X'!'g, li. Davis. Fourth row: N. I4llIltlgIl'l'Il, M. Corclvs, S. To S Ili in M Slvi llc Il S Rohn opfvr, J. '1lllt'lill1', U. jz , . U '.: ' . S. -'ts. F. Plvkc-npol, NI. Small. M. Liuclquist. B. Us-11u1'it'ln, J. St'l1llIlHtCllt'I'. J. HtlI1SK'l1. ll. S1-:u'lv. Fifth row: .X. KQIIIIUX, D. F1'itsf'l1. J. llvclulm, J. Loelmiug, P. lit-Huey, J. Lanz, li. Stotz, N. M:1lm:mgm', C. Trvuk, E. Wzilcl. '7 80 38241: .l""'V" "' . . Many Chi U's were aetive on UZLIHIJIIS this year i11- ar Vlllllllljl Phyllis XYIIIPQHIQ Ik7l'GSlfl0llt ot Omieron N111 Nnney Seegers, president ol Pan-llel eliorusg Maureen Sinnott, general eh11irmz1n of 1954 Campus cl2ll'lllV1llQ Carol Sielaff, executive seeretury of Campus Ctll'lllX'illQ Jo Drager, president of 'l'hetz1 Sigma Phi: Norma 'l'rindle, Senior Conneilg 111111 Arlene Selmin, Si'C'I'E't2ll'y of Zeta Phi Eta. I11 Otllixl' eampus aetivities. Cl1i Omega won sec-ond place for their Homer-oming deeorations. partieipated ill Greek Wleek, Campus Carnival, YVinter Cz1rnival, and assisted the SAFE i11 thezu111ual olcl folks Christ- mas Party. Oifieers were Karen Reymert, president: Carole flempeler, Yiee-presiclentg Joyee Lassman, seeretaryg and Louise llelmer. treasurer. Mrs. XY. C. Smith is the hOllS0fI10lll9l'. Front row, left to right: D.VVeeks. M. Braun, C, Jenks, S. lXIf'ciilliVI'2lY, M. Grub, I. Kerr, M. CIfillIlgl1P1'. Second row: C. Goetz, li. Calclwell, M. Olsen, R. G:1I'eI1s, C. LaB11y, C. Hnsher, J. Jaeolmsen, I. Hennessy, B. Mayor. Third row: A. liretting, S. Bennett. X. Xiehol, J. Burns, M. We1'liI1g, D. liobery. .-X. Polloek. N. Ruggles, M. Tenpas. M. Lenz, G. Loehning, M. Leurnefl, N. Ellis. Fourth. row: V. H:11'l1, H. Hossler, M. Sehroeder. J. Drager, L. Helmer. D. Zeeliel, Mrs. VV. Smith, li. RQyII'lt'l'i, C.Gen1peler, J. IAIFSIHIIH. N. Ijtlllllllilllll, D. Krueger, M. Seegers. Fifth row: T. Mason, X. Stromgren, B. Roberts, L. Lnedtke, J. Weiss, M. Reitzm, N. Seegers, A. Olsen, M. Kr11inik, M. li0!'f-l1Zi,gI', N. Brnshert, P. Watzkr-. D. Sperlmerg, J. Thornton, J. Wilflllltlll, M. Loeke.gC. llorwin, Sixth row: NI. MeGrz1tl1, A. NfJl'LlI1121l'li, L. Hnlsor. P. Mc'C:1rty, M. Griffin. X. Steinmetz. S. Winks. D. P:1etsel1. P.kWfiI1l'g2lI'. C, Sielall. M. Sinnott, C. Kenny. IJ. Dnttlezweigr. N. Mr-Gregor, M. lil'0fSC'lIIIlltl', J. Lnelwke. wg? vu Q59 .Z-.fi .fe Delta .fx 'XS Delta Delta fx The Tri Delts opened the year Hl'nder the Sea" at rushing, when 28 girls were pledged. The DDD s were especially active on campus this year with Nancy lVetzel, Greek Wleek publicity chair- man, Cardinal society staff, liorry McKenzie, Greek Week workshop chairman, Nancy Faber, production chairman for Badger Bleek: Libby Grimmer, VVisconsin County Magazine editor, Badger Living Fnits editor: .Io Boettner, Related Art Club president, and Sue Evans, AWS sorority coordinator. Social life included winter and spring formals, an in- formal party, exchange dinners, listening parties, the animal spring Pansy Breakfast, and several slumber parties for the pledges. tlflicers were Sue Evans, president, Jan Bardeen. vice-president, Janet Julien, secretary, and Jo Boettner, treasurer. Mrs. Grace Blades is the housemother. Front row, left to right: B. Fritz. J. Beelen, V. Hlunke, F. Flinn, P. VVood, J. Boettner, X. l.:1ndo. J. Gerke, J. Gcrke,L. Melienzie, B. lilHfJIllIllt'tllLjll, J. Sllackelford. Second row: A. Field, X. Schroeder, P. Jeltlerson. J, lingleinan, I.. Griinnier. H. C'av:inaugh, J. Schultz. P. Robertson, N. Faber, X. VW-tzel, B. VVehner, P. Dettnlann, J. Julien. S. Manke, V. Bell. Third row: R. Mcalahon, D. Sarchet, M. Malin, J. Krogen, IC. Cole, P. Randall, L. W'allace, S. Evans, Mrs. G. Blades, S. Mueller, M. Collins, B. Liezer, S. Hempe, B. Behling B. Wetzcl, S. Miertz, L. Morgan. Fourth row: N. Niederer, B. Boesel, A. Hollander, J. Oleson, N. Jueds, J. Faber. C. Smith, M. Barton, B. Edwards, N. Dawson, B. Fitzpatrick, J. Freitag, B. Brown, J. Bardeen, X. Sniith, K. Kaye, M. Baumgartner. B. ldckstrom, N. Mietz. .l, Jossi. M. llastreiter, .X. Hanke. Fifth row: F. Tm-Salle, J. I.:-Febvre, C. Tindcr. J. Dennison. X. Gebhart. J. Schalur, X. Ash- lnan. B. Randall, B. Boyce, S. Colberg, lN'I. Durfee, J. Julscth, D. l'lI'IlSIl1llS, J. Fox, li. linudson, ll. l.uete, l.. Theis. M. Adler, ll. Perkins, A. Gregory. z 282 Front row, left to right: G. Beglinger, J. Brown, D. Dean, S. Melleneamp, M. J. Swift, P. Gill, N. Dustan, J. Cannon, R.. Pommerening, J. Mitchell, R. Boeker, S. Morgan. Second row: L. Bark, L. Harkins, M. Burnham, L. Mel.aughlin, J. Saari, Mrs. DeWitt, Z. Talbot. D. Zahn, H. Kirehhoff, G. Johnson, H. Maeke, C. Hobbs, L. Lowrey, V. Bowman. Third row: C. Robinson, J. Gill. S. Rogers, A. Sliehter. A. Williams, J. Wzide, D. Jameson, B. Melvin, M. A. Falk, B. Bagnall, J. Stoll, M. Emery, P. Collins, A. Evans, P. Swan, N. Oeker- man, S. Tuttle, S. Eeeles. Fourth row: A. Norris, M. Cameron, L. Swain, N. Herriek, L. Wessell, H. Willis, li. Silvis, S. Hathaway, N. Baker, G. duliois, J. Freitag, M. White, J. McCabe, X. Nieolet, J. Hanian. A. O'I.eary. Fitth row: N. Anderson. G. Mc-Kenzie. C. Ross, R, Lenhart, L. Pike, J. Carpenter, J. Marshall, C. Young, A. Ritehie, K. Watson, C. Sehwabe, K. liraut, M. Hanson, M. Steiger, G. Meyriek. The DG,s outstanding partieipation in Greek VVeek activities won them the Hrst plaee trophy this year. Individual members ar-tive on eampus were Mary Burnham and Ilarriet Kirehhoff, Sigma Kappa Phi, Ann Evans, Young Demoeratsg Jo Saari, Blortar Board, and Gina Johnson and Margie Collins, Badger am- bassadors. In addition to their many eampus aetivities, the DG's found time to read to blind students and pur- chased a tape reeorder for their use. Officers were Suzanne Talbot, president: Dorothy Zahn, viee-presideiitg Helen llaeke and lllary Burn- ham. seeretaries: and Lynn lxlvliilllgllllll, treasurer. Mrs. J. A. DeWitt is the housemother. Delta Gamma Delta Zeta ' ., -.0 f jjj af 5 if Delta Zeta enjoyed an exeiting and busy year. ln Yi' Greek VVeek partieipation, Homeeoming deeorations, Christmas and spring formals, and pier parties, DZ's played hard and worked hard. They partieipated in VVinter Carnival, Hnmorology, and the Spring Sing, among many other aetivities. Their winter formal was 2 n E decorated as Toyland, in keeping with Christmas. Members belonging to honorary sororities a1'e Bea Lawrenee Irminger, president of Theta Sigma Phig Carol Winter and Ann Meyer, Sigma Epsilon Sigmag Ginny Pile, Omieron Nug and Dohna Denlir, Sigma Lambda. Offieers were Audrey Paff, president, .laekie liadandt and Bea Lawrenee Irminger, viee-presidents: Xaney Burmeister, seeretaryg and Molly Stoner, treasurer. Front row, left to right: Carol Floek, Virginia Kluth, Chari Madding, JoAnn Haas, Brenda Smith. Diane l'Iseh. Second row: Nant-y Eekblad, Karen Kennedy. Dohna Dnehr, Carol Seliwarz, Carol Winter, Mrs. Hnnn, Andrey Pail, Molly Stoner. Xaney Rogstad. Bea Lawreiieelrminger, XaneyBnrmeister. Thirdrow: l.oAn11 Zielbarth, NaneyJolinson, Marilyn Johnson, Carolyn Keith, I.oisWallsehlae- ger, Janet. Riemersma, NaneyGagan, Virginia Pile, .lean Oldigs, Ma1'y Roth, Elaine SC'l1lltlt'lll?Q1'g, Mary Smitliyinan, Mary Gibert. Fourth row: Betty Bradburn, Aliee Knhnig, Genny Tolar, Wanda liee Hall, Mary Barr. Ruth Towns, Susan Barglioltz, Sherry Dunn, Joan Gottselialk, Naney L. Johnson, LnAnne Napp, Ann Meyer. Fifth row: Pat Day, Elizalmetli Kirn. .Indy Stein. Caroline Karel, Janet Hart. .loan Boeseli. Pat Riley. Mary Selieekler, Sally Johnson. v 284 egg 352 f- S tg? Front row, lert to right: C. Privv, M. Tuteur, P. Crmgvr, J. Grout, G. Zimmf-rman, ll. Frvtlvrir'k, D. Sick:-rt, P. Sf'll0Ol., G. Cirzilminsky, G. VVisiol, li. Daulwrt. G. VVilson. Second row: P. Haxller, L. Mooling, J. lic'l'ry, K. ltillllllll. S. Walw, C. Bnllauittyriv, IC. PC'I'I'l'2llllt, Mrs. Hiflaty. J. VVc-ltou, .l. Sliolwr, N. HllIlllil'llll, V. Dznrlmw. J. JOl121IlSl'I1, J. .XI1tlCI'SOIl. Third row: S. liurus, S. Rc-ynolcls, A. Jfmcs, M. PC!'I't'lllllt, M. Pete-rsrm. P. Gibson, C'.Sf'l1wi11glv, P. Pvtcrsoii. C. Etllvr, D. I'l0Vi-'l1!ilt'll, P. Nolte: K. M:1rqu:i1'flt, M. Hope-, K. Olffonnvll, J M. Mulvcy, ll. Bailvy. J. Plawv. Fourth row: M. Wussow, C. Griflitln, M, Lt-ary, J. Farwc-ll. B. Nyhus, S. Young, P. Sl2Lt'lil'01'll, M. Elliott, L. Timm, J. Tliomson, J. Pairkviy IC. Stodmlzlril. C. Stocldxxrtl, NI. Mlllvey. li. Jcmvs. G. Friclaty, J. limliu, N. Phnluolls. Fifth l row: K. Hvrry. I-I. C':uu0ron. D. Hurling, H. xxv6l'Ill'l', S. VVzlll, J. Pvrrizo. K. Kmlirig. BI. St'l1!lllZ. .X. Raitt-litf. li. Jones. M, Hompt-. l D. Qil2ll1Sl"ll. S. lhrig. V. Gxulst-witz. M. Ftlllt-rtoii, l.. Grifiith. Gamma Phi B1-ta was the third national social soror- ity t'ounc1vrl in tho Vliitwl Statcis. lt was also the thircl social sorority on the lvniversity of XVlSt'OllSlll vampus. and the first sorority on vampus to own :1 house. Gamma Phils avtive-s 011 c-:Lmpus this year wore Carol Edlvr, Phi Betta Kappa: Carolyn Pipvr. presitlc-nt of P2111-Illxl Counvilg B1-tty Kloiu and Doris Sickort, Or-ty dream girls: Emily l'0rreault, soc-rc-tary of Homo- c-oming: Joyve Slumber, Kick-off Bull 4-hairmaiig and Holt-li Frc4l01'if-k, Vnimi Comnioiis C'ommit't00 vhztir- man. OH'ir-Us were limily PQI'l'0illlll, pl'c-side-1115 Kathy Eimim. Vivo-p1'0si1lc111tgSallyWalw, l'04'OI'dlIlQ SOt'l'6'llll'YI and Farol B2Lll2llllyl1E'. ll'0i1Sl1l'0I'. Mrs. Olga liiflay is thv liousvmotlicr. Gamma Phi Beta i i 285 l r t 1 Kappa Alpha Theta Kappa Alpha Theta was the first Grevk lotter sor-it-ty known among women and was founded nationally in 1890. Many momhors were prominvnt in c-arnpus avtiyitivs this yt-ar. They inc-luclccl Sue Larson, prvsident of Eutihoiiir-s Club, Crucible, Blarty Langer, sovretary of Student Senate, Mary Hopkins, Pan Hel rushing chair- mang Tashia Frankfurth, Homvc-oming buttons vo- :-hairmang and Marcia Claflin, Homecoming jiidgzge-s vhairman. Officers were Tashia Frankfurth, president: Margzgarvt Mortensen, Vivo-p1'eside11tg Marvia Claflin, secretaryg and Mary Jane Holley, social chairman. Mrs. Ruth Gaucfhat is the housemother. Front row, left to right: M. liilllgixll RI. Hopkins. S. Ti21I'SK'll, J. Norris. J. lic-rk. M. Ulaflin, VV. Wviclvrlmorg. D. Garlovk, A. Gilfry. Sec- ond r0w: C. Keurhvl, S. W'cgc-ner, P. Fritsvh, S. Svhroodor, K. Kunz, J. Park, C. C'aug0r, J. Ht-igho, M. Mc'Kittric'h, P. Dunham. Third row: K. Nulson, P. lirehm, J. Langjahr, M. Mortvnsvn, Mrs. Gauchat, T. Frankfruth, M. Potvrson, M. .l. Hollt-y, T. Spcva, A. Fostc-r, M. A. Strong. Fourth row: S. Winter, J. Bowlby, M. Mabiu, T. Drapc-r, S. Giesv, J. Hunt, K. Daly, M. Llaflin, P. Ward, IC. McCord, H. Brvnk. T. Strong, D. Patty. N. H1-Witt. R. W'iclc-rlJo1'g. S. Morvy. Fifth row: P. Wilson. B. Drclivr. I . Svharclt, K. Allin-rs. G. Hvl- sing, J. Dillnian. J. Dilhnan, V. Blavk, S. Dickinson, M. Hanson, M. .-Xrnolcl. J. liowlanrl. .l. livnish. l. C'ulb0rtson, K. clllI'lSi0lTE'I'SOIl, B. Ivvrson. 286 Front row, left to right: N. VVandrey, G. Olson, M. McAleer, J. Sawyer, P. Petersen, D. Groseniek, C. Parmenter, N. Port, S. Schee, S. Buetenik, B. Grzmehle, L. Vogel. Second row: J. Gram, K. VanDuzee, P. O'Neill, G. Grelle, B. Frederick, R. Brunner, Mrs. E. M. Davies, J. Hawley, H. Melcney, M. Priehs, B. Gibson, D. Gehl, C. Burg, J. Tallis. Third row: J. Hinsch, P. Fuller, J. Seaboth, K. Klotz, S. LaBarro, J. Morash, J. Laliarro, R. Rauh, B. Morton, C. Abrahamson, B. Vogt, J. Gaskell, L. Fleming, M. Henderson. Fourth row: G. Johnson, B. Eglin, J. Archer, A. Goerke, E. Sehramm, A. Zander, D. Beck, M. Ritt, M. Andrews, J. Hoflmann, B. Ander- son, L. Frank, M. Alter, J. Owens. Fifth row: M. Meany, S. Hilgers, H. Haelig, L. Gunderson, P. Lowman, S. Maloney, M. Moeller, J. Nieolet, J. Brabender, J. Brandenburg, L. Stegner, M. Meyer, J. Alexander, R. Murray. Events on the K D social calendar this year included a pledge dance, Christmas and spring formals, a pledge open house, and listening parties with the Beta's, Sigma Chi's, Kappa Sig's, and Theta Chi's. In other campus activities, LuAnne Fleming was co-chairman of Greek llieek, and Joanne Morash was publicity chairman for 1953 Homecoming. Officers were Ramona Brunner, president, Judy Hawley, Vice-president, Barbara Frederick, secretary, and llelen Meleney, treasurer. Mrs. Edith Davis is the liousemother. Kappa f J ,sr Delta 287 Kappa Kappa Gamma Front row, left to right: L. Praug, M. liaircl, P. C'at't'vrty. .l. Vamplwll, C. Slaughtt-r, .-X. St'llIlt'lliQ1', D. Gussett, M. Davis, H. Mmmgc-y, J. Chatlwivk, S. Holmes. Second row: S. ROSCIlll1'lll10I'. F. liikkvrs. S. lflahlwiu, J. Dopp, G. Harflt. M. Mf'Gall0way, S. Kohl, A. Spaugri, P. Iiakvr, G. Calclvn, R. Gutviikuust, .X. Diomlling, Third row: M. l'li'Ilfl'0SS, A. VVard, J, lflymi, P. Svhonlau, J. Hcrppvs, ll. Bumhy, K. Larson, M. Ritfliiv, S. lit-nzics, li. Springer, J. VValkvr, M. Portvr, J. Hlltf'llillS0fl7 J. llarrisoii, C. liienkv, M. Bc-ll. Fourth row: G. Kullc-l, S. Milly, M, Stvlllwris, N. Sc'l111eids'1's, M. Jom-s, li. Kuttvr, S. Jacohlis, J. St'hillTarth, IJ. Wilson, S. Smith, K. Rozali, H. R92ll'IlUIl, S. VVolvt-rton, I-I. fltlllgiill. M. Morton. J. Keith. Fifth row: l.. Burkv, .L Svlivrtz. .l, Hatllwy, G. Hall, .l. Hoyt-r, J. Mills, I., YVe1'm't'lu-, l.. liurton, J. Cil1i0llklll1Si. J. Thomas, M. Thomas, X. Bassrtt, M. lftlgarton, li, Carle-. Kappa Kappa Gamma, the oldest sorority on tht' vampus. 1'ec-eivvrl the AWS sc-holarship vup last yvar a result of ranking first among the sur-ial sororitivs for two s110c'0ssix'0 svmvstcis. llvnilaeiw l'0l'l'lVil1g high lioiiors 011 campus im-llitlotl Hargarvt Caffc-rty, Margaret liitvhic, and Marvia VVimh1vss, Sigma lllpsilon Sigma, Joan Dupp, Crum-ihlv and .XWS Yivc-p1'e-sitloiitg Gwtt-lioii Ilartlt. Mortar Board prosicleiit, Pnioii Theater Omminittvv Chairman. and lvllllill llirovtorato socwetaryg Janet Mills, .UVS pre-siclc-lit: Jam- lloyer, Pi Lambda Thr-ta: Lyimv 288 Svhwarm, Pau-llcl SQf'l'l'i21l'j'Q Ruth Ami Springs-r, vtlitor of lVisf's-ttiquotteg .lxllll Xohlv, Barlgvr Beauty: Durie Clossett, Military Hall Qiwmi, and Evelyn cltlflgklll, Military Ball Court of lloilor. Other Kappas at-tive on campus iuclurlc-cl partiti- pants in Dolphins, Theta Sigma Phi, Corantu, AWS 1-ommittrws, the Badger, Sigma Kappa Phi, Hoofvrs, th'c'l1e-sis, lvlliflll r-oniinittvvs. and Pan-H01 vhorus. UHif'0rs were Mary Kim-C lalloway, prf-sideiit g I l1'ett'l1vi1 Ilardt, vit-0-prosiclmitg Jutlilh Thomas, sec-rotary, ami Linda Wvrnecko. troasiirm-r. Pi Beta Phi Front row, left to right: J. Jeftrcss, J.gZaunieyer, B. Mathys, D. Craine, N. Wildcnradt, J. Beckman, M. Thicle, N. Curtin, P. Brown J. Brandley, N. Hanley, B. Iverson, C.gSchindlcr. Second row: G. Andcrson, F. Von Rcdlich, K. Lichtfcldt, K. Kinne, J. Rapp, N Archie, Mrs. Schmidt., P. Maclntyre, A. Wegner, J. lCarle,!M. Headley, A. Kuehnc, M. Johnson, C. Eugenia, A. Forsberg. Third row. J, Overton, D. Petersen. K. Ball, D. Lacey, B. Griem, J. Hotham, P. Randall, D. Hood, B. Steinecker, S. Buster, J. Granberg, E. Nyhus, D. Seyhcrth, S. Streilif, P. Krchs, J. Schulte, M. Runkle, S. Hopkins. Fourth row: C. Stephenson, J. Docter, K. Hopkins, l. Funk- houser. E. Eggchrecht, J. Livcly, P. Rcndcnhach, L. Rohcrts, J. Pomainville. M. Purtell, B. Little, C. Leahy, L. Vrquhart. R. Tasker, S. Wallarius, J. Otto, J. Riley. Fifth row: G. Nelson, K. Hansen, B. Gariepy, M. Thessin, L. Johnson, S. Benson, M. A. Falkenrath, S. Capitani, B. Shanahan, J. Scott, B. Taylor, M. Connor, R. Smcvog, B. Hall, V. Watson, L. Litchfield, V. Temple, L. Joycc, J. Bucltcr, M. Taskcr. The Pi Phi's were' prominently active in campus ac- tivities this year with Jan Granherg as secretary of the senior class and Mortar Board, Eugenia Carroll, president of Sigma Delta Pig Pat Maclntyre, historian of Phi lfpsilon Omicrong Dorothy Seyherth, president of Ann Emery, Ellen Nyhus, chairman of Homecoming decorations, and Barbara Gariepy, Sigma Epsilon Sigma. The social calendar was full, too, with numerous parties, a Christmas and spring formal, a Christmas party, the Founder's Day Banquet, and a tea given hy the alumi-iae for the seniors. A tea was also held for the Settlement School, Pi Phi's national altruistic project, which provides schools and workshops for underprivileged children in Gatlin- burg, Tennessee. Officers were Pat Maclntyre, president, Ann lVeg- ner, vice-president, Katie Sturm, secretary, and Mar- gic Thessin, treasurer. Mrs. llerhert Schmidt is the housemother. 289 Features of Sigma Kappa soc-ial life this year were . the winter and spring formzils, the Fzieulty Sing at Cfhristmas, the Senior Breakfzist, and the Senior Aue- tion, when graduating seniors auetion personal and 7' house furnishings to the underelassmen. Members prominent in ezrmpus zietivities ineluded Peg Greiner, BIUITQII' Board and Cardinal staff: Marion Voigt, Cardiiml soeiety editor, and Iianela Johnson, 1953 Greek Week eommittee. Oflieers were Dotty Stephenson, presidentg Carol Iiee Anderson, Viee-president, house president, Klyru Barron, seeretaryg and Peg Greiner, treasurer. Mrs. Marjorie Nlinium is the housemother. Front row, left to right: Yvonne ,'Xlli:fdl1f, Kay Jo Kuester, Georgia VVz1lters, Nlardelle Kerkninn, Kanelln Johnson, lVI:u'ily11 Kunipanus, Rita Fose, Doris Krogh, Lois Meyer. Second row: Nzxney Bnsford, Myra Barron, Marty Van Steenderen, Dottie Stephenson, Nlrs. Miniuni. Carol Lee Anderson, Gayle Anderson, Peg Greiner. Third row: Nancy Hoefs, Mary Evans, Terry Kolinski, Marita xxllfftillt, June Loutt-it, Nlarion Voigt, Szmflm Lung, Iiuehel Smith, Shirlee Stzrfrzil, Iffmily Krueger. Fourth row: Luey Brziinanrd, Janice Swenson, Bette lVIeC7:1Ffrey. Betsy Znhl, Kzrren Geyer, Frzlneis Axley, C'zu'ol Ritzlnnnn, Connie Smith, JoAnn Dropp. f I ,.,.,... , .V.. . 2 ' ,Q 290 as-AL , I ,, Q 1 , , ,3 3, 1 V! f J it S f fi J 5 . q ' X , f . v g , 'lt an ? if .1.:. fi ttf It 'I tiff? .f A ,Y ,'5"if ' as , ug, . ' Au- . V' - f 1- J ' 4' tl Theta Phi lpha It's been at good year. and ai busy one, for Thetn Phi. The eombinzxtion ol' :L full progrzim of soeizil zu'- tiyities and house-hunting, proyitled both fun and at stimulating challenge to Nu. Soc-itil aelivities ineludetl exelizuige dinners, eziroling at the Ortliopedie Hospital with Phi Kappa, ai Christ- mas formal, a spring Sweet-llenrt Dzniee, and at F0lllltl61'lS Day Banquet. lnclividuztl aetiyities were eampns witle. .lan Seheekel was on the Little International Court of Honor, and Mary Lou Drnek was eleetecl N0t'I'E'l2ll'y-tl'GZlSllI'E'1' ol' Cardinal Board. l'nion eommittees, lVPhS, Coranto, VVAA, Kappa Epsilon, and Phi Chi Theta were at few of the activities members partieipatecl in. Officers were Mary Lon Drnek, presidentg Mary Kay Staitll, Viee-presiclentg .lnnet Sr-heekel, seeretziryq and Betty Oxnem, treasurer. Mary Ellen Brown was alumni advisor. Front row, left to right: Ninn Meieher, IgI1l'lb21I'2L Meyer, B2ll'll21Y'11i Sipowski. Second row: Marry Iiny Stnitll, Mary lion Drnelc, Mnry lfllen Brown. Janet Seheekel, Third row: Lois Mr'C'z1be, Marry Selnnxf, Mary Ann Fnhl, lietty Oxneni, Putriein lffiiglnml, llosemnry l,enl1y, Carrol Sehnltz. M:n'g.fnrete Antoine. ZUI Interfraternit Council u Front row, left to right: l'nidcntificd, David Stn-wart, Mark Ne-shit, lid McTavish. .Iohn Dana-Bashian, Gary Adamson. Second row: Clarcncc Schwocrcr, Irv Jahns, James Dance, Charles Hall, Ervin Znhe, H. Wilson Little, Richard C. Creagcr, Stanley Cohcn, nn- idcntificd, Kenneth Hilgendorf. Third row: Don Marcnsszni, Bill Brennan, Edward Poorc, David lloclfler, Richard Hollcrn, William Scott. Sheldon liapen, Gr-orgc Bandcr, Robert Levin, Ray lirckke, James Iinazik, Keith Glisch. Tom Godfrcy. Fourth row: Richard Karfunkle, Ed Drager. Dan Hanuuer, Flemming Sanderson, Gcnc Malloy, Clam-imc-c Stensby. Hon Seipinan, Bol1Otto, William McLane. Richard Welton, Richard lirli. The Interfraternity Council is the governing body for the thirty-six social fraternities on campus. It is divided into two groups: the executive commission and the judicial commission. The executive commission co-ordinates rushing and is the administrator of the IF Council. The judicial commission advises the Pledge President Council and 292 co-operates with Pan-Hel in sponsoring Greek Week. The Council also sponsors the IF Chorus, led by Donn VVeiss. Ol'Hc-ers were Bob Little, presidentg Dick Creager, vice-presideutg Chuck Hall, secretaryg and Jim Dance, treasurcr. Pledge Presidentvs Council Front row, left to right: SIIZIIIIIN' Bosch, Nnnvy Hoofs. Juno Tlioriitoii, June Tiivkt-1', Judy .xll'X2lllilPI'. Judy Hake, Diane Esvh, Carol liloxdorf. Nunvy Hewitt, Cllill'l0llK' Gl'POI1lllll, Mary H69l'Ill2lIlIl, Jan Place. Second row: Dain lll'l1ClI'lC'liF0ll, Jiin Sitriek, t1'0:1s111'e1'3 Surah Miley, sec'1'etaryg Holm Munro, p1'0Si4lent: Pillll Vl'i1'tz. vic'1'-p1'eSiflent: Holi Nopnr, Trinkiv YVIITSOII, Third row: Dick lliulisill, Mike lllllrpliy, 1l2l4'liJ21f'Ol7llF, Hill Falk, Bill P1-rlwseii. Bill Johnson, Curl H. l.opvi', JV.. Frank NI2l1'l,0llg2ll, Jny liosveky. Roger fll'l'lli'll. Fourth row: Petr-1' H. John, Allen L. Weit11Sl11z1, Wallace Pl'll'l'S, Be1'I1zml l-lletko. Donzilfl Sf'lll'0IlIlPI', Don lwlfflillllllll, Ken Sivvc-rt, Jz1yJu.ffe, John Srnilanir-k, Pets- Stvhhiiis, Don lillII1f9l'II'12lll. liill l":1lSt:11l. The purpose of the Pledge Presiclr-nt's C0llllK'll is to further the eo-ope1'z1tion between ull the som-i:1l sororities 111111 l'1'11t01'1iities on ezimpus :incl to promote the prestigz- ot' the plotlgvs. The group is zulviserl by ll". Among the C'o11nc'il's many act-oinplishmeiits has been to provimle 9l1l9l'lillllIllOlll for the Y0l0l'2llllS llos- pital and in orgzliiizing un annual Pledge l,l'GSlilGlll'S Daiive. linflcly Blorrow und his o1'c'l1ost1'z1 played for the 1953 Pledge lJilll1'f' nt which 21 Greek flocl was elected from the many l.l'i1l61'llllY pledge c"ai11li1l11tcs, eavh ol' whom was sponsored hy lL sorority as well as ai f1'z1te1'nily. Oflivf-rs were Bob Munro, p1'0si1lont: Paul lYi1'lz. Vive-p1'0si1lvi1t: and Surzih Miley. sv1'1'c-tz11'y. W 9.3 , Q' N 'n U8 f ' 't . .l M 4 ki T' nl' .v ". 'IQ ' sl' -.5 as i 71, -wk l iyfign ...A Acacia Avavia again ranks high both scfholastivally and in aetivities. Prominent members inf-lude Dim-k Creager, Student Senate and Vic'e-prosiclent, of IF Counc-il, Paul lVi1'tz, vivo-pI'esident of lllodgzge Presidents' Council, Dick Fjeldhoim, Haresfootg Don Johnson, Student Senate and Student Court, llivk Xllelton, lF .ludiviary Committee: and Boli Svhmitz, president Entertainers Guild. Bc-sides the Christmas and spring formals, the men of Avar-ia held two costume parties, a t'nut'l party and a "Nite on the Nilell an lllgyptian fantasy. Ofhvers were John Ellis, presidentg Dir-k Fjolcllieinl, Vic'e-president: Dick Massey, sec-1'eta1'yg Jerry Svhacht- sehiieicler, treasurer, Bob Dell, social i'l1LllI'Hl21llI and Roh Xvllfxillflll, housefollow. Front row, left to right: Don Fry, Don Johnson, Mzirvin Jumes. Cannon llvsst-l'lJ01'l. Second row: .lerry Selnnvlitsvlineider, Hob Bell, Dick Fjeldlwiln, John Ellis. lNIr. J. A. Fitsehen, Dick lVI:lssc-y, Diek Welton, FOSYPI' Joscphson. Third row: Dean lVI:1ss0y, Bob Schmitz, Verle Hzinnnli, .lim Robinson, liill Schultz, Forrest Davis, Harry liaym-ns. .lznnes Nesbitt. Fourth row: John WIlllSC'lIltllxg.fl'I', Ali Sllllliil. Brian l.yn1'h, lwvstafa Mzunvesli, Paul VVi1'tz, Boll Wheaton, Clili lme, Russ Hanson, Loc- liozvllc-. 294 2 Front row, left to right: RlI'll21l'l1 Harm-, ldiigmio G1111gst1'1111, 1J2lVl11 Sf'lll'06l1l'l', Willi:1111 H111111111, 111011111-11 H2lllSfl11. Second row: Huy llugowslii, .1111111-S .11111g, Al Hiillllil, 132111 l111111111111', Gary S1'l1w11111111v1', .l11l111 111111152 licl Bl111'klc-dgv, NUI'lll2lll .l41r4l1111. Third row: l,l'IlIllS 'lltlj'10l', l'lri1'l1 C'l11'isti:111sc-11. lC11g1'1111 Plitt. 13011 li11lll1'CI'1ll2lll, D1111 3111011012 11111111 l1Ul1l'Cl'. G1-orgv liillllilh T11111 Mivliler. Fourth row: Stuart Z0llIHl'l', 13011 Klein, VV11lt1'r Gl'0t'f'l1K'l, 11101111111 Pll'lIll, .l1111111s lmig, llogel' Suhr, 1,ill:11'1l c11llVK'l', Ri1'l11111l Mill11r, 1,011 S1110 ' l'11'i1:h l,11v11tkc'. The homo of 1Xlph11 Chi 11110 is k1111w11 as U11 pc11'fe1'1 0XZlITll7l0 of 1119014 111'c'l1iTe1't111'c1" 111111 1111s 1101111 Z1 1111111- II1211'li 111 M11r1isr111 for over 11110 1111111111111 y02Ll'S. Spa-1'i11l s111'i111 0V9ll1S wwf- 11111 sprilig 111111 Wlll16'l' 1'11rm11ls, stag piLI'1l6S, 1111111411-1111111115 lmffct supper 111111 party1'11r11l1111111s. 111111 1110 21111111211 linglisli BOWC'I'YIJ1ll'1y. P1'11111i11c1111 111111111101's were 110110 P1111 111111 Tom Mivk- l1-1' 111 11'111'k, 15011 C'o11t111'1lii11 foo'11111ll, 211111 13011 1i1lIH1.9l'- 1111111 111 1-1'ow. Offim-1's were Clary SC'llXYilllI1ll6l', p1'esic1v1111 131111 ll11111111v1', vir'0-p1'c-sirlc-111 3 E1'i1'11 l,11v1'1tli1-, s01'1'111111'yg 111111 .111h11 l,i1111y. sic-11'111'11. lpha Chi Rho 011. .4 vt"4MiQf' ' 1 - 1- 'M' gm- Q :-:i'1n-:fri pguyfz. 1 295 Alpha Delta Phi Front row, left to right: Rielniiwl Berg. Gm-mlcl Nc-n, Gillmc,-rt Clin rc-li, George Moselc-v, Arnold Bing Eugene Kuhn. Second row: Dncllvx Lewis, Mark Neshit-, Toni Klapprotih, Iionzllcl l5i':ic2egir'dle, Iiverett Iielter, Dean Hayek, Robert Baker, Jziek Sczhinidtmznin. Thirii ll Honild Iiinksi Id li ph row: Robert Iiiii'g4'i', Ronald Knilzins. Lev lworse , a : Hoffmann. Alpha Delta Phi has the unique position of being the only fi'zite1'i1iiy with u hoathonse, whieh 21f'i'0ITl- modules honts on one level and parties on the top floor. The fall and spring formzils topped their soeizil 1-uleml:1i'. Menihors prominent in cunnpus an-fiviiies were Bob 2911 ' 'I S inion, John Fiteh. .lnek 1.1-issring, Peter Bennett, Jose I.z11npl1e1'e. foothnllg Iioh Bl1l'Q2Qt'l', lmsehaill: .luv Sehmidtmnn. tennis: :ind Hob Baker, enptziin of the swimming team. OHic'e1's were Ilveretl H. Helier, president: Dc-un Hayek, Vive-p1'esinlei1t: .Iohn 'f2llli'0l', ser'i'etzn'y: lion BI'2Ll'0QQiI'fii0, i1'92LSlll'9l'I :ind Xrnolcl Lewis, hoiisefellow. k A Alpha Epsilon Pi Front row, left to right: H. Bz1l:1lmu. IJ. Blur-k, J. Fino. S. Mf'llllKllFOIl. J. Blitstvin, S. Zinrler. L. flI'lIllii'I'. Second row: D. Levy. D. Keismrm. A, Vlfvyoer. BI. Slmpiro. R. lVIille1'. X. Katz, J. LlOlN'l'Il12iI1. A. Gooclsitz-. lll. llltillliiilfllll, B. Iiulmle. Third row: J. Polisky. H. Smith, T. Blum, ll. HC'I'IHIlIl, ll. Wnlm-S, H. Pinske-V, G. L9Vlll0. M. Cmnplls, l.. l.:1mlmc-rt. lVI. ,vX1'mir1, li. Nzzturlls. Fourth row: ,L Blum, D. Trosvh, S. SIlI'21Yl'0f.f2lll, R. Mzltoll, M. liewrnzm, N. Pinsky, D. lAWYOIllll2ll, ll. Goldmzm, ll. Axol, R. Wvil. During tho past year, the A li Pi's had an lsmoli stlulonl living with them. Ono promillent momlwr was lAJlll2ll' fl0lClllC'l' who was on Prom c-ommilteo :mtl Campus Fhost. ln zulclifion to thc-11' zmmlal winter :xml spring for- muls, the soviul Villtxllfldl' was higllliglltvcl hytl1ozm1111nl Empororls Waltz which is 21 l'ovix'z1l of tho pomp, 4folo1'l'11l f'0HlllIH6'S, und guioty of the days of l'lII1p61'Ul' FI'lLllZ Josef of tho old Austro-lllllxgarizm empire. Uflic-01's wore liussc-ll Millcr. rnzlstorz Myron Sllzlpiro, ll6lll0Il2ll1l muster, Neale Katz, plorlge nmsfery lionalcl Golrlmzm, svrihe, l,:uvI'0I1r'o Wulf-S, exf-llvquerg liurton N21f2ll'llS, svlltiuelg liurton Nliidllllilll aml llernmn Bul- uhan, mvmlmc-1's-at-lmge. 297 Q lpha Gamma Rho Alpha Gamma Rho had many members prominent in eampus aetivities. Among these were Radley Hyde, president of Saddle ctr Sirloin, Charles Er-kles, president of the lViseonsin Country Blagazine Board of Control, Dean Magnin, seribe oi' Alpha Zeta, Robert Herr- mann, lvnion Forum Committee: George Drewry, foot- ball, Duane Miller, General Chairman of Little Inter- national, and Charles Iilemme, sophomore basketball manager. The annual Farmer's Ball, Bowery Party, Christ- mas and spring formals, and Founder's Day Banquet highlighted this year's social events. Ofhc-ers were Charles Eekels, president, Dean Mag- nin, Viee-presidentg Robert Herrmann, seeretiaryg Dwight Holt, treasurer, and Eugene Starky, house- fellow. Front row, left to right: Donald Myhre, Ron Caldwell, Wayne Segner, Charles Klenime, A. DeBuln'. Second row: Rad Hyde, Dwight Holt. Charles Fleliels, Dean Magxiili, Robert Herrmann, Warren Bohn. Third row: Lloyd Zeman, David Nauman, George Drewry, Nlerwyn Mickelson, Dave Nelson, James lVIeXall, lfhiugene St-arky. Fourth row: Rieharfl Marquardt, Rieliard Rudisill, Joe Haeker, Richard Bartz, .lolin Neupert, Don Mahllie, Robert Marqu:u'dt, Rielnxrd Sehoenoll. 298 ,yi- fg YQ Campus activities and social affairs kept members of Alpha Sigma Phi busy this past year. Besides the Christmas and spring formals, they held the annual "Sig Bust", whit-h is a reunion for alums. Among the many Alpha Sig's in eampus af-tivities is Everett Chambers. who is on the boxing team. Ofheers were Don Klein, president, Charles Showers, Vic-e-president, Yineent Crane, treasurer, Lloyd Berkle, seeretaryg and Everett Chambers, social chairman. Front row, left to right R01 ind Van Holl ind In n H1lf.,LIXl1OIf Don Ixlein, Charles Shower, Vince Craine. Second row: Stan Herman, Eugene Rush I IIC Dc G1 ill 1'VGIIi tt Ch imbcis I ec Sl1OglllNlxV I loyd Bnrckle. lpha Tau Ome a Two of .-X'l'O's most illustrious mc-mbc-rs arc "Beauti- ful Bob Klommf' who was chosen as one of the most l'beautifnl'l women on vampns and Don llenclrif-kson. who was chosen "Miss Harosfoot of 1954? Tho A'llU's had a Yvry busy soc-ial season higzgliliglitc-cl by the annual t'South0rn Comfortu Party vomplm-te with coiilk-cle1'atv flags, and 1-art-ying out the themz- ol' their Southern style- housv. A "Manhattan" party was hold in f'OIljllIll'll0ll with their homer-oming defvora- tions whivh was vntitlvcl 'tllown that Hawk-Ryo Ball." Prominvnt mvmbt-rs inc-lndecl .lim Mc-Goo, Crook XV:-ok pnblivity vhairman, and llnmorology program vhairmang Wvayno Tavvs, Badger Blovk membership rfhairman and Mil Ball arrangemvntsg .lim llvllor, Mil Ball band 1-hairmang Daw Marsh, Campus Carnival booth Chairman: Carroll Sl0l'l1lJ0l'Qf, trzlvkg and Tom Bnttorbrorlt and Irv Smith c-rew. Utlivers wc-re llavo Marsh and Ed Gvstelaml. presi- clentsg E11 lD1't1QQ0l', Vive-prosiclentg .Iim Ilellcir, sewe- tary1.lohn Olfson, l1'Q21SllI'0l'Q lVay110Tav0s, sovial r-hair- man: and Pete Murphy, plvclge trainer. Front row, left to right: G. Tnoinas Crow.-Il. Rollo L-ivlan. D. Grcg g s I Carroll SlPI'IllNlI'g'. Second row: J. Pvtvr Murphy, Hobvrt Klvnnn llJlll1TllDll1l I Illlllllltl Ui Lgu H D1 M lN Nightingale-, llobt-rt Gorv. VVay11c-'l'avvs. Plclwzircl clt'SllIlllll. Thlr row nncs cn Ill s c s limiicltjcii, Hans 'llllKlIHSl'Il. .lamvs Korli. .Xlbx-rt Slt'I'I1lil', llohmvi' Sentx oni c l nson lo ph I lm nnnlf Fourth row I nm Snnmo 11 .Iainvs Magw. Ham-n Hwltis-lcl, Martin Lyon. C'harlvs Gillc-t, lihninl Hmnmlinlx TS in now inns Q s 300 Front row, left to right: H. Whitc, D. l"orbos, C. Brown, S, Tsc, R O 1l to11l D S111 11gl11 I D1 lllgll H lhbl olf D Wllflll 111 I P1 ll son, R. Pri11111. Second row: B. clI'OZllil', S. McKay, J. Hay. G. H lg 11-111 I C sc 1 ns I 1ppl1-1 IIOII 1 mothcr: A. Sl"llIll'di, .I. Forbes, VV. S1-l111ei1lc1', J. Haydon, R. Lina Lll G Bl11m1 Third row I 11 up RIC UI L W 11t111 III W:1lt1-1'. I.. Cainc, M. Iiilllllllf-EF, T. Mcnns, P. HILIISCPII, 'Tl.Bvl'il,tl0l 'I lrggus D Hubl11rd W Illllllg S Iungm 111 B Sllgg Ix IIN S1-ll. Fourth row: P, N1lil'iIIlC'Ii11, ,f..xIltlCl'SOIl A. .'hSli0l21lltl, H. RLINNKII P Smith Ix IUlIfSf 1b VN Pe I' S1 l111 1 I1. H:1bc1'111:11111, R..-X1111c1-so11, .I. I19VPI't'IlZ, I.. Hall, S. Slagg. Fifth row x 1 11s 1 1 II 1 1 01111 lll It B111 tl Ht'Ill. Ii. Stevenson. F. flOllII1Q,'t', W. I'ltll'Hl1IIl, D. Parris. .I. Bu1p11 S S1 lllllfl T C OODCI Sixth row 11111v111t 1111 Donklv. H. Hull, R. I.ow1-ll. B. S1'h111-i1l11r, S. Ordahl, INI. fi0ltlSIlUtll S It Loc Beta Theta Pi took high ho11ors i11 activities and II" sports and were the Badger Bowl Champions this Ye-11' 1 . Highlights of the social season was the 'tChristmas ill Paris" formal, at which thc Consul-C lencral of F1'ance was a guest. Duke Ellington a111l his orchestra stayed at the Beta House for the '53 Miami Triad. l,l'OTIlIll6llt members were Ted Crabb, president of the Memorial I'nion, .IOIIII Hayden, president of Phi Eta Sigma, Dale Walker, t'h3.II'l'I13,ll of MHA Christ- mas formal, Bob Bruder, president of Wisconsin For- ensic IIIIIOIIQ Ken Russell, Naval Battalion Com- manderg Arlie Schardt, Cardinal Board president, NIen's Dolphi11 president, Prom music chairman, Chuck Bvntzin, Homecoming Show chairman, Prom arrange- ments chairman: Jim Forbes, basketball managerg Terry Gautsch, Cal Collinge, Foster Smith, Dick Stev- enson. Cardinalg Hal Rebholz and Ron Roberts, foot- ball, Arlie S1-hardt, Tom Schultz alld Bill Farnum, swimmingg Bill Schneider, and Foster Smith, crew, Tru Sturdevant, boxing and "Best Contender ,54'Ig alld Marty Hammer, golf. Officers were George Hilgemeier, presidentg George Raiibacker, VI08-IJI'6SId8Ilt, Phil Frensz, treasurerg Bob Anderson, corresponding secretary, and .Ian Hein, alumni secretary. Beta Theta Pi Chi Phi ' 70 ini' Front row, left to right: W. Wlll'l'gC'l', ll. Teskzi. D. Matson. l". Puls-n. M. liurmzistvr. VV. Howl, .X. Jeiismi, li. Silber, VV. Cook. Second row: li. Mueller, li. MZLlll'I', D. lAlXVl'CIll'0, J. I'llIIlO1'II1iLIl, Pl. W':1ll0nfs'l1lt, D. lfyfs-. C. Olson. IC. Zulu-, F. .lc-useli. ll. Sic-prmuin, ll. Kimmel, C. Stumpf, li. Liim. Third row: ll. livaills, IJ. Gehr, J. Umliscliee, S. Sf'l1l'l'lllCl'. ll. Rehlwrg. ll. Blovk, J. Seiher, C. Mvrow, J. lmren- zen, J. Kunkel, ll. Onstzul. G. Gilhmlisoli, S. Buss. J. Jzmtz. Fourth row: H. SlI1lOl1Sl'Il. J. lqIll'lli1C'll. F. Sami-ls. li. Hill, VV. Arihood, G. Wagner. lXfI. Buss, P, Stalfslien. D. Hurt. VV. lJieclric'h, T. lloyd. J. Kolmvli, J. Hamel, T. Rerlfivlrl. Fifth row: B. lialsten, VV. Turner, R. James, ll. Hoover, ll. Cliziivliii, A. Mt'GOllQ,'ll. C. lileiusflmiiclt, D. Mzixson, T. Pi'eiHc-, ll. W2ll1g4'lll1, D. Gelirig, P. Stn-phl. Chi Phi was foumlvd ill 182-l all Princ'e'f4m and is the oldest sovizxl frziterriify in exisfelive. The 'Twine as an Iiicliuif' Cliemkee clllllgdl-lllg p:Lrty slmred the spoiiliglit with their Uliristrnas amd spring formals. The lisquire Party spmisorecl by lis- quire Mzigzizine :md Mil Brawl party were also out- stzuimliiigg. ljl'0IT1lll0lll members were Dave Matsrm. senior 1-lass 302 president 3 Ronald Sir-pmzum, Campus Chest: Jim Lor- enzen and Carl Moron, Crew: Carl VVzLg1ner :md Frzmk Samuels, lmsehzlll: Bruno llzmer. trzmk: amd Bob Teska, Hzwesfooli. 0l'l'i0c-1's were Carlvtoii J. Olson, prvsicleut: llmiald Siepmalm, Vive-p1'esifle1iTg lfreclerik Jensen, ser:1'elizL1'yg David Fyfe, ll'QdSlll'l'l'Q Evert lVz1llc-lifelflt. historiamg and Robert liziftzm, eustorliaii. Chi Psi Front row, left to right: F. S2llltl0l'FE'll, H. Mivlwls, J. 'l':tiii10i'. li. H:irris, J. Holmlniiis. T. Hzislmrook. T. Pinkvrton, F.W0nmlt. D. Prosseig .I. Adsit, M. 'l'i'z1nt, C. Vik. VV. Boivs. H. Holulis. Second row: R. Lzimni. T. Taft, li. Bm-rko, J. Hzinilvy, VV. Johnson, I.. Gomlric-li, ll. Walkmw, W. Rnyiiv, S. .-Xiiilmmso, J. Heft, IJ. Fclgzirtoii, W. -l0I1tZl'll, R. Noonzin. Third row: D. Hcwvtvlrw. J. liI'lClf.fl'I1ltlI1, F. D0- Vinnoy. F. Prnssing. H, PIll'tOI', D. Momii, C. li:u'nnin. ll. Ht-lrl, D. llflvycr, H. M2ltllll'll, R. Hopkins. H. Mf'cll'2ll'5'. G. Bc-nflkis. Fourth row: J. VVUUQI, B. VVilSon, F. Saiinpson, G. Cziinvroii, J. Hoff, P. Hnsting. J. Holt-onili. H. Gziml, l.. Clillwy. J. Burt, VV. VV:1lkt-r. VV. Boy- svn, J. Ulvzrvcr, J. Rziinscly, .-X. Svhwinml. Chi Psi has been zwtively 0llt'0llI'LLglllQQ at pi'ogi'zim of bringing Svzuicliiiaviztii stuclvnts to the wunpus and had two snvh stnclcnts living with thom rliiring the past yvar. Sinvc it. was their Diamond Jubilee Annive1'szi1'y your at Wist-oiisiii, they had many alumni got-togothers. Prominent members wvrv Dave Momii, lmsc-ball and Uadvt COH1Ill21llLl0I' of .-Xii' ROTC: Cllon lYilson, font- liallg Bill Bliiollvr. c'1'vw3 Tod lluslimok, lVlSt'0llSlll Playvrs and ltlditoi' of HNoi'tliligl1tl'g Jim lizunsey, Wis- consin Plziycws: Jim rll11llIll'l', golfg :intl Bill Hentxvn. tennis. Ofiivvis were Frank lV0ndt, Ted llaslmmok. Tom Pinkerton, Dzivv l'i'ossei', and Bill lVzilkei'. .303 304 This year, Delta Sigina Pi did away with Hell Week aiicl Slllwllflllllll Wvork We-ek. High ou the social 1-alenclar were the Founders' Day 1-elehraliou and The winter and spring formals. Meiulmers prominent iii rampus avtivitivs were Norln Q . ldsser and Mike Cwayiia, football, Paul Morrow, has- ' kethallg aiicl Pete Yargulirk, hasc-lmall. I UHi4'c-rs were Norlm lisser, presiclvntg 1010 Yargiiliek, shuior-vim-e-priisiileiil 3 Ted liaflis,j1111ior-x'im-v-pwsifleiiT2 John Love, ll'0i1Slll'l'l'I and Dick Pryse. sem-i'etai'y. Front row, left to right: J. Cox, T. Tiller, B. Hlvtko, T. Brockman, J. Wm-iry, G. Kasr-hiivr, D. Hart-wig, J. Kitvh, P. Ciiilla, B. Trofalli Second row: G. Buekton. G. Kuhaupt. J. Rhode. P. Vargulic-h, N. lisser, W. Woodrufl, R. Pryse, T. Kattis, J. VValsnlorf, J. Bohm- rir-h. Third row: T. Benson, P. Stacy, V. Saathoff, R. Simkowski. H. Blanding, C. Clemons, M. Cwayiia, R. Braiiiiseliwc-ig, R. K1-rshek, D. Karfunklr-, H. Boyce, VV. l'lreunc:n, G. Zywirke, J. Rueth, H. Krom, D. liintelman. Fourth row: R. Lanrlwehr, li. Schmidt, VV Tram-ht,e, J. Jansen, C. Hartli-lr, W. Pope, G. Irving. F. Bauer, ll. Goemaus, T. Fountain, A. Nc-itzel, li. Kopfvr, J. Kroll. Q , gg, ,V mi 25353 f-'Hx . X num The mm-n of ijlxiiil Tam Dollar hard ai busy social sval- son with the aumual Christmas amd spring formads. squuro damvc, amd Casino gaunblingzg party plus many D vosturnca amd informail palrtic-s. 6 3' Among tho mamy Dc-its prominvnt in vaimpus avtiv- itivs wmv Stan Stitgc-n, drum marjor for thv band: Los Klevaiy, gynlllastir-sg Ed Stowc, iI2ll'QSf00t1 IA-e ' Baxamdall, Uclopusg Don Mr-Callllun. r-row: amd Tc-d Fox amd Jim Stoner. wrestling. UfHf-ers wore Slam Stitgen, presidvntg Bob Thygeson, x'ice-plwlsidvlltg lid liivill, 1-orrosponding scw'1'etal'y: liogm' Trumborc-, rom-ording s0c'r'0taLl'yg amd .John Nim- mor, t1'0asurer. First row, left to right: J, lilaldt, Ii. Baixamdaall, IJ. Biltiliill, R. Prima. S. iXIl'Ki91'IlllIl. E. Sr-lnultz, J. Churvhill. Second row: Ii. Boguv, P. Grostamd, D. Bvnson, R. Tllygvson, D. Ammc-ntorp, li. K. Bischoff, Mrs. li. Gcitilnain, ll. Stolmncl, IC. Pooro, R. Visvo, J. Nimmc-r, K. TI'llIl1iDfJl'4x. J. Swaalm, R. Stumlro. Third row: R. I3laLsf'hkc', J. Wirth. J. Stoner, M. Stitgon, R. G1'llIIlIl1f7. Ii. D2ly'1', R. Morton, D. Yam ds- wYilt1'I', D. Morton, IC. VV. Longo, G. Cont. L. Klevaxy, D. M1-nzcal, D. Hlstvr. Fourth row: R. O'Iic-vii: T. Fox. H. Normam. YV. Annnentorp. F. Born, K. Johnson, J. Goodlamd. li. Hedlwrg, IC. Heidi, T. SilI'l'IIl2i1l, C. Stonvr, J. Pinkvrton, C. Spalding. Fifth row: J. Bushnvll, C. I"o1'sb1-1'g, R. Busby, D. Sic-tlal, I". Iiraizvlton, D. MC'CTfliillIl1, D. Waillls, M. MIll'ixI'flll1l', S. Stitgm-n, R. Xv0l1llgiJl'Y'g, J. X1-wing, NI. iwI2ll'f1l1ilI'Kit, J. ffhawoy. , Ti Delta .L if I Theta igma Gamma 1-hapter of Delta Theta Sigma, agrirultural social fraternity, was founded in 1927. Their soc-ial Calendar is highlighted with a Christ- mas party and spring formal. Members prominent in campus activities were Arden Alexander, president of Agrirultural Student Counril 5 Iron Cross, Les Klebesadel, Iron Cross, Lowell Hollo- way, business manager, and Howard Hasselkus, ad- vertising manager, Wisronsin Country Magazine. Offic-ers were Edward Hasselkus, president, James Knaak, vire-president, George Burgermeister, rerord- ing sec-retary, David Craig, corresponding seeretaryg and Howard Hasselkus, treasurer. First row, left to right: K. Roch, D. Ziegler, H. Magnin, R. Burkman, P. Pawliseh, C. Schwc-rtz. Second row: L. Holloway, D. Schwarz, H. Hasselkus, G. Burgermeister, L. Klebesadol, E. Hasselkus, J. Knaak, L. Kenelick, D. Craig, K. Bac-hman. Third row: A. Alexander, E. Rupnow, D. Teuscfher, F. Haldemann, J. Lawless, W. Schmid, A. Walstien, E. Marth, R. Steinhauer, F. Temhy. Not pictured: K. Giese, R. Jung, G. Strommen, R. Zimmerman, T. Kussow, J. Stewart, J. Apps, W. Cook, N. Grantman, R. Kimball. 306 X First row, left to right: D. Jeffrm-y. D. M1'VQy, J. Bernfl. D. Qnailv, H. Woltvrs. A. Ml'l'l21C'hl'f7ll, P. Ellwrt. Second row: T. Sill:-rs, I". l'lI'lll3f', D. Wsxliflt, T. Hurley, J. l"l0I'6Sl0I'. R. Goilfrvy, C. Tzisvlw, J. C1n'r:111, J. Hoc-1'1'c-S, P. Gluiiflvr. Third row: J. Pc-tvrsoll. li. Kcllw, C. Ott, D. Morkol, A. lizigzitz, N. Goclfroy. T. Monrov, A. I32l.llI1l8.I1I1, S. Wulkvr, T. Wvgner. Fourth row: D. Wa1'11, D. Grogory, J. Davidson, J. Stzivliowiak, J. Klovkovv. li. Davidson, B, Kempfe-1't, J. Jzivobus, T. OySll1'l'lfl3.Il, P. Jo1'gvns011. Fifth row: J. Ovflvin, li. Kvlbe, H. Kenipvn, B. Huiimarin, E. Hipkc-, M. TI'l1l7fx1llJilC'll, T. Rodenkirrrh, D. Loth. A. Tetzlzili, M. PllfZl6'l'. Delta Upsilon is an i11to1'1111tio11a1l f1'atv1'nity with 70 ffliaptviw. Their 11111111111 Bowvry Party was one of the llc-st all- i'2ll'HpllS parties. Also i11 tho spotlight wore tho winte-1' and spring formals. Prominent 1r1cmlw01's wow Rogol' Goclliey, lmslwl- lmll: Fritz Friclziy, llzircsfootg X1-rl Gomlfroy, tliv lYis- vonsin EI1glIli'0I'Q l,l1llfll2LllLlQ1', the Or-topusg Andy xII'E2ll'lll'lJl1. li0IlI'lll2LIQ Dong Holt, Tom U'Sl101'iclz111, Matt l711lZli'l', lvasolmllg Dain Spikzi. lmziskcxtlmnllq :incl llziy zinrl Bolm liellm, swimming. OHif'v1's Worx- Rogvl' Goxlfirxy. pwsimlm-lit: Phil Moi'- gi-irlgo, Yli'9-lJI'0SlCl0lllQ Jim l'l0l'l'Sl0l', 1'c'm11'di11g1g sec'1'0- tury: Jim B1-rncl, ll'O2lSlll'91', :incl Dave Sc-l11'iQl1e-1', lionsv- follow. Delta Upsilon Kappa igma First row, left to right: T. Co01'pv1'. F. Rvigvl, B. Pl'll0l'SOI1, li. Knapp, L. Kamgus, D. M0011-. .l. Imse. A. Hove. Second row: C. Sc-lmcfer, li. Pohlv. P. Crllmp, J. TNIC'MIlIlllS. BIPS. Grzice l'lI'2lllllt, ll0llSQI110tlll'l'Q M. Daly. B. Moll. F. l'll'l'llZ1g. J. Gossmm. li. Nic-klus. Third rowi C. Shlllcr. J. lifliltlllgf. if w'fJC5l'llUI', J. VVOods, D. Missvlhom. R. Kfvffllllflllll, T. Sr'l1:11111011, ll. C:11'pm-11t01', G. VVl1itl0w, D. POllf'Tl9I't, H. Mvym-r, T. Godfrey, li. Luvlmkv. Fourth row: W. Plznk, J. Me-y'111', D. li1'i11k, J. P0tv1'so11. K. liI'Qlll0l', li. S1'l1w:111te-s, ll. f:T1K'SlJI'0l1gll, J. S:1l111c'la, li. lltxillllllltl, H. T'lIl0li0I1Clii.lll, B. G11111. Fifth row: D. liilgelllilll, ll. Sviff-1't. D. lillgixlllilll. J. Lf-0, ll. liOl'l,ll'l'. P. Thomsen ll. l.:111t0w, G. Groskoplh R. Persons, l". lNIeyv1's, P. Sr'h111idt, D. Gillvy. IJ. COI11l-0l't. 1 The- Kappa Sigk were ilglillll l9i1llt'I'S 111 social 1-Vents and hugl IHZLIIY IT10II1lJ6I'S p1'omi11cs11t'i11 campus activ- liios. lll'0IHlllf'lll 1110111111-1s wr-1'v l,e1111i Kz111ggz1s, pl'OSlll6Ilt of thv Big I0 Slllll0lll. C'o1111c'ilg Bill lX'If'N2lII12lI'2L, foot- hzlllq l-Koh lVol101' uml Hikv Daly, lmzlsketlmllg Bula Ches- l7l'0llgl1, swi1111r1i11g3g3 Iiilllkwlc-1'se11. Wl'0SlllllgQ Je1'1'y lmso, gyn111z1stic's3 flllllvli liodvl, vivo-p1'1-side11t of H2111-sfootp Bull li01'tio1'. CO-Villllillll l'l0llC'lllgQ illlfl P010 Tho111ps011, tennis. illTlI'?l'H- w01'0 Mike- Daly, p1'esiml011tZ Jim iXTf'iXlVZllll1S, Vic-ck-p1'esicl1-11t: Bula Pol1lv, pleclgr- f1'HlllOl'j Boll Moll, sevlvturyg amd Phil C'1'11111p, tI'0lLSllI'9I'. 308 Lambda Chi Alpha First row, left to right: Gilbert lioureier, Thomas liaznpert, Jerome Lawrie, Arvid Halla, George liauder, Donald Nerenhausen, James Kruempelstadter. Second row: Robert Kay, Ronald Kellson, Richard Melahn, John Hoogerheide, Donald Huggett, Donald Wallin. Third row: Donald Reed, John Bueh, Phil Russell, Vernie liopau, Gilbert Bleek, David Woolhiser. Ray Mleezlco, Donald Selnoeder, Bernard I' aust. Highlighted by the 2lIlllll2Ll VVhite Rose formal in the spring, outstanding soeial events were signs of Lambda Chi progress during the year. Only those dressed in hillbilly-eostumes were admitted to "Mountain Mad- ness", when the house was dec-orated in the finest Dogpateh style. The annual 'tlled Light and Brew" party traditionally opens the second semester. "Sleepy Timell entertained members and guests in pajamas and nighteaps. 0Hicers were Arvid Halla, president 5 Jerry Lawrie, Vic-e-president, George Bauder, set-retary, a11d Ken Meffonaggliy, treasurer. ,Y . ,v- M, Hr' J'-if-457.25-t.,, - --H Phi Delta Theta K First row, left to right: .-X. Brxunhzill, K. l"euerpheil. J. Coleniun, x ,1 The Phi llelts are starting their seeond year in their new house after hc-ing loc-ated on Xorth Lake for over four dec-alles. Speeial events ineluded Miami Triad which is the annual spring formal whieh the Phi llelts attend, with the Sigma Chi's and the Beta's. Prominent members were Al Stauffac-her, Prom musin- ehairman, assistant husiness manager of llaresfoot: Tom Hit-ks Senior Ball ehairman' Jim Berfland Stu- 7 7 7 dent Senateg Gene Sultze. track and cross eountry: and Ray Zale, NCHA hoxing champion. OH'1f-ers were Al Stauffar-her, presiclentg Paul Ryan. seeretaryg Lee Miskowski. reporterg and Ed Arnold, soeial ehairman, ilh Q1 D. Lou:-ks, M. Essex. J. Sluilzinieh, ll. liuf. D, Martin. ll. liunfl. Sec- . , . . . ond row: D. Van Clit-sen. G. Stephan. J. Morrison, D. Belnlon. R. Otto. A. St:u1lf:1eher. li. Cunninglnun. P. Hyun. L. lNl1sltowsk1. J. liergluncl, J. Kalfnlis. Third row: R. l.uncllnu'g, li. Cors, T. Hieke. P. Downing. G. Sultze, C. Stziiger. J. Seliunmnn. B. Sullivan. J. Lesh, K. lVIeCormir-la. H. Olson. Fourth row: D. llzulaway. D. Glasennpp, H. Xiglwor. J. cllllvlllitll. J. Grimm. J. lNlielke, ll. Diez. U. Sehmiege, R. Johnson, C. Hulmer, K. Gliseh. Fifth row: G. Culluni, D. l"elclhausen, J. Lawson. lt. Sehnietler. J. liergman. ll. liowmun, J. Marvin. J. Clow. J. Xule. li. Vlagner. 310 3 .934 Phi Epsilon Pi celebrates its 50th an11iversa1'y in November as a national fraternity. Prominent members inf-lude Marty Topail, Hillel . vic'e-presidentg Don lYet'kstei1i, Hillel trezisnrerg Al lrl1Z3l'llS, football: Roh Rosen, fenc-ingg Aaron Starolmin, Tau Epsilon Rho, Dit-lt Wiiinogrud, IZFA presiclentg . V , Clhuek Fine, lVisc'onsin Players. Huresfoot: Lefty Butensliy and Guy Knimowitz, C'nrclinnlg and Steve linndziy, Phi Eta Sigma Conneil. Oflic-ers were Donald T. Weeksteiii, president: Ray Kowalsky, vim-e-president: Larry fl1't-eiifielclalnl Gabriel Knimowitz, ll'9ilSlll't'1'S1 und Alex Salomon and llownrd Stainiun, sec'l'etz11'ic-s. First row, left to right: A. Rutensky, D. Hahn, Lniulnw, S. Colivn. Second row: ll. Bt-rrnnn. ll. Brnll, A. Stxxrolmin, D. VVeckstcin, R. lfowzilsliy, Ii. Greenfield, D. Svlioenfm-lil. Third row: B. Rosen, A. Solomon. M. Miller. G. Nlzison, II. Gulir, A. Jzwolison. H. Stai- mxin, A. Rosen. Fourth row: S. linpen, G. Marsh. I7. Levine. hi, Topnl, A. Jaieolms, G. Roseiilwrg, D. hlzirliowitx. Phi Gamma Delta First row, left to right: H. Wilnis, R. l"l'r-clvi'ir'ksori. ll. Mc'lVlillan, J. King, D. liO2ll'll0l', B. Bridges, ll. Calnpbell, T. Kollolt, J. Fox. R- 1914-miiig. R. Brilliot. J, .xlllll'I'SUll. Second row: li, Ruth:-rforcl. D. Mavlloimlcl, P. Cmniglialm, B. Glonn, R. vV0lSlIl2lI1. K. '1'cstwniclc, R. l'lI'ZlI1gK'l', li. Cope, .-X. Wittv, J. Hntrliins, IC. Olson. Third row: D. Tovlian, li. Baillmloiiis-w, T. l'lv0i11'llclv. R. liaigsdalv, J. Mc-ally, R. llf-irivvk, J. Fvrrill, VV. Gr2iil'K'll4, R. livrnnlt, P. Cliinvtti, S. Juclml, M. Moss, G. Mmhiloy, li. lil-'I'gSl,I'OII1, J. Hunilwrt, M. Smith, D. Chzirlwivk. Fourth row! VY. Ks-rk, J. Gorinaii. IJ. M:u-lntyrv. li. VVood. li. Cliunmllvr, B. llincls, D. Wllfllillllll. D. Ste-wart, W. Donglrii, M. Srlnnitz, R. Yillu. H. li2lllK', U, Borg, D. lNl:il'F..z. Fifth row: D. l'lI'0fli-'l'lI'liSOl1, R. Lutz, J. Prnsvli, T. Har-n, li. Murphy, J. XNT0l'l?2lC'll, G. Whitnvy, J. Franz, J. lic-rryllill. C. lllimplw, D. llIlVi-'I'. R. BKJI'glllilH, li. Wzigwlizils, Cl. VVOst,ring. The Phi Gains had a very Sllf'f'6SSl-lll som-ial season. highligliiccl with thc-ir annual Figzgi Island, and Fl'C'llK'l1 Apzwlie partivs. l'i'omii1z-lit mvmlwrs in 1-zimpus artivitic-s inc'lnrlvcl Don lvrsin and Carl Olson, t'ootlmallgGo1wLynn, Horne- voining rhairmznii Holi Erzinger, liaclgvr Boardg Toni Nanimavlior, lJllSlIl0SS nizuiagc-1' of cl2I.l'dlll21l, Dirk Brilliotl, Cardinal Board: Bob Hinds, boxing, Bill Smith, lmsoliallg Holm l"1'ecl01'ic-ksmi, lvniun clzlnr-Q vlmir- mang and Mila- Mass, presiclenii ll" flllOl'l1S. 0f'Hf'01's wero Toni lioffolt and Holm l'lrzingcr, prosi- dents, Dirk lYl'lSII121ll, t1'eas11rf-1'g Conracl 'll0Slll2ldl', re- cwmliiig S0f'l'9l2lI'f'I :incl Dalo Lang. r'orl'0spo11cli11gg sm'- ret ary. 312 Phi Kappa First row, left to right: D. Schmitt, J. Annen, H. Bartlett., R. Greiten, Second row: A. Morrow, E. l.im, B. Byer. J. Hage. N. Maier, J. Foegun, W. Welch. Third row: D. Reclovich, L. Whitehair, D. Knauf, J. Doering, J. Bolstad, B. Fougen, D. Mendyke, F. VVysock1. Fourth row: T. Murphy, D. Stat-bell, B. Gorene, D. Irnhotic, G. Malloy, J. Basseler, V. Mayer, R. Hnkolt. This year, the Phi Kappa's moved intn their new house on Langdon hand. Amid their moving, they still . found time to have many entertaining parties high- A X ,I lighted by the winter and spring formals. ' N Members prominent in t-ampns an-tivitiies inc-lncled Jim Doering, ASAE Vive-president 3 Jim Foegen, SAM, Newman Clulig Bula Gorene, fenclingg Yic' Mayer, Badger photograplierg and other members in IF r-lmrus, ASAE, and Xewman Club. Oflieers were Norman lNflaier, presiclentg Jerald llage, viee-president 3 Joseph Foegen, seeretary: William Byer, M comptrollerg and Dave Hagen, honsefellow. E ! Phi Kappa Sigma was founded in 1850 "to serve vollege youth and soc-iety through eo-operative effortf' . Alpha Theta chapter was founded at Wisconsin in 1901. The soc-ial calendar was topped by the Christmas formal and a Dragnet Party, the latter to whir-h every- - one eame dressed as gangsters. Among their other activities, they eombined their talents with the Sigma Kappas to win the Campus Carnival topper trophy. Officers were Don Newhall, presidentg William Ternes, vice-presidentg William Rahr, treasurerg Mare Mom- sen social ehairmang and John Stonis, housefellow. First row, left to right: J. Stonis, W. Rain-, K. Mack, D. Newhall, M. Momsen, D. Grascr, .I. Grimstad. Second row: J. Larson, W. Rathert, R. Kramer, P. Momsen, R. Your-ll, W. L4-ngacher. Third row: D. OlHora, D. Tess, J. Froemining, F. Butteri, A. Iiiddicoat. it alt , L ,,,.e.z -A Tho Phi Sigma lJolta's again plan-ed high on campus sf-liolastically by winning tho Phi Eta Sigma trophy. Bvsides their many parties and formuls, they gave a Cliristnius party for thc- orphans of Madison. Among their mvmliers prominvnl in campus zivtiv- itivs was Imon Dolnir-k, who was 2lI'l'2lIlg2Q6'IH0l1lS vhair- main for llomevoming. Ohivers we-re Engone XVhite, prvsiclentg Irv Rosen- berg, Viva--p1'vsiclc-lil: Holwrt Monyek and Philip Fein, ser'l'cta1'i0sg Sheldon AIISIIIHII, fl'0llSlll'6l'Q and Donald Robinson. ll0ll59lll'llOXY. First row, left to rlght M Bnnli nnn D C ilmhn in X Sl oclx I Rosciiln-rg, M. VVvisl'f-lllt, R. liswc-li. Second row: li. Mnlliin. W. nl P 1"llll ninwon i mn l Znblc-. Third row: H, Plotkin, lfl. White, li. Brody. R. l'llSl'IllDCI'g. W H1 Ni, H. Sm-hnoll. Fourth row: L. lllJI'l19ll'lIl. I.. Josvpli. A. Xnnliin. ii with I ann in Ro mnlmzinin sw xi gh' 551 ., n. 1 fs .1 lo Xlphzi Xi Doltzfs 1'0s11ltvcl i11 XYiIlllillQl first 11121111 ill tho iitllllfltffllliillgl t't111vv1'tt1l1lt- Dilllltitk Hush 211111 spring t'o1'111z1l was that z11111u:1l "Lust c1il2llll'K' 4z1lm111" gzuiihliiig party. flllgjgtxlltblfil, sviuitn' D1illlilQQt'l' of x'a11'sily swi111111i11g1 tez1111: 11111 Iirut-v iX2LlliITl2LIlll 111111 .It1h11 l?1o1'so11, tl'ilt'ii. 111'csidt-11t: Ili:-lc I.0Bz11'1'uw, set'1'vtz11'y: Ken tJ11g:v11f11'tl1. . I ,X W1 4 ,X-a."w ' iflgagf' 1 5 Eff ? ' 4,5 ' g Phi igma Kappa riiilfx t'OH1iDilll'li tzilmits ot' the Phi Sigfllkl Iizippzfs illlti Silillillg tht- sm-ial spt1tligl1t with tl1vCl11'ist11111s Dixiv hICI11iJ6l'S p1'o111i11e11t i11 t'2lIH1DllS zivtivitics wt-rv limi f,H'il'l'l'S xvvro Sam Sfmffzi, p1'esitlv11t 3 .lim I3:11'lw1'. vivo- 1'va1sl11'e1': :mtl liogei' I'vt1't111. iitniisvtvlltww. First r0W, left to right: llzivitl l"t11'f'st. f1i2lI't'llt'l' Sc'l11x'ut'1'01', 124111 llf-l111s. liir'h:11'1i Lt-IS:1l'1't111. .I:11110s Rt1lw1'tsf111. vllbilll Sl1:111114111, Rug: l,:1t1'r1w. Second row: II:11'ol4l Unviflsuii, infill Bvttiri. Kc-l111t'th f,I7Lfl'Il0I'fil. Sillll Strttzi. .lztliivs li:11'kt-1'. Jim NIt'fiI'2lW. iI'X'iIl .I:1h11s. tiitlllt Xrmlt. Third row: Gultl i'1IIll1t'l't'C'. H1'11t't1 li:111t'111:111. IJ1111 St'ilI'tl4'tit'I'. Ht'IlI'j' .xill't'IlS. Ifitltl -I2lt'jLt'I'. .lr1l111 BItJI'Q't'Il, .lulm Ric-1'sv11. fit'Ilt Iii-tmlas, Jay XVilltl'I', Ciirirlt-S C'11l0111:111. 11411111111 ,X1111w. 3111 4 XX First row, left to right: H. liohlmsxn, M. rlll'2lllflIl2lI1, ll. Gunlvt. li. l3u1n'v, R. lfzilk, WV. Sl'llllIHIlt'll0I', li. Mills. R. Hzilv, T. Jonvs. Sec ond row: J. lJz111c'c:, D. Sr'l1a1el'v1', K. l"1'it,z, M. VV:Lll, J. Armll., J. liloXfl1n'f. J. Newvll, R. lilllC'll4'l', W. l'lI'llI1SVVli'k, D. Wold. Third row T. Nc-lson, D. Xrvvvxiai, T. Sc-han-cl, M. lmisticuw, D. lVICC:1lw, ll. Gln-zxsml. VV. Fnlstucl, T. lvvrson. G. Kilp:1tl'ic'k. VV. Mills, J. Stalin l". VVul'zzLli1, J. Miirriimzm. Fourth row: R. Mzzhnke, J. Oswald, C. Collins. P. Stehlwins, l.. H9IIlIJL'lll1Illl, R. Munro, VV. Zceh, VV.Sc-Ott, li. lVIcwTzmvish, J. llyclzc-wski, W. Williamson, N. Hanson, ll. Chnrc-hill. Tllfx Pi li .Vs outstanlling soc-izll season was high- lightvcl hy the Annual Cl0lOlll21l Uostumo Ball whivh was ln-ld in thc spring. Anmng their prominonl mvnihcrs were Dun XVviss, lJii'0c'lo1' ol' l-F and Pan Hel C:llOl'llSOSQ Jim Dzuive, ll'C'llSlll'CI' of lnte1'fi'zllei'nity C'o11nc'il3 and Hill Frans- wivla, prosiclont of C'l1i Epsilon. Uflir-ers wvrc- linliwt O. liliic-km. presiclc-nt: Bill Svott, Vic-1--pwsirlvilt 3 John D. .'xl'lMll, t1'0zLsl11'0l': Clinton Collins, Sf'l'l'0lilI'j'I nnml Jzunf-s .X. Nowell. ll0llSUl.9lllJXY. Pi Kappa lpha I Pi Lambda Phi l'i Lambda Phi was fonnclecl in 1895, lo app1'oc'izitr- the neerl for ll f1'21l0I'l1lly whim-li would oliminnfe ull prejnclif-e and scw'tai'iui1isin. Prominent mc-mhz-rs were Henry lic-rns, lreasnrer oi' the senior c-lass, llolmert Levin, general vhairnnni of Campus Chest, Lon Sapiro, gOll0I'ill f'l'1illl'II13ll of the 1953 Campus Carnival, llerm Marla-ll and Fred Gou- ser, Wise-onsin Playcrsg lll'l1C'C Bac-liman and Lvonarcl Parmaeek, fenr-ing, Hon Weisner, huskethzrllg Robert Goorlsitt, lmoxingq Robert Goldstone. rampns Red Cross chairman, and liic-hard Behr, Hillel president. Ofhvers were Ric-hard Behr, rex: Harry Isslor, agp.. arc-hong Robert Goldstone, keeper of the exvlieqnerg Dave Wallace, sc-riheg and Ric-hard Heilprin, marshall, M.. First row, left to right: M. Pvrlow, K. Sons-, .l. Gliekmzni, L. livriistviii, J. Golclinnn, H. Hnrinnn, J. H01'llll2lI'd, .l. Metz. Second row M. Bornstein, H. Kohl, R. Goldstone, D. xV3ll2iC'1', H, lssler, ll. Behr, B. liacliiimiiri, lil. Miller, li. VVeiSner, S. Marc'ns, H. Shapiro Third row: A. Selig, C. Horwitz, A. Kahn, IC. Safer, R. Robin, R. Sc-llmy, IJ. Selby, M. Margolis ,F. Goldstein, H. Prinve, A. Thomas Fourth row: H. Fink, li. Levy, J. Nnthenson, N. Finkolman, K. Cooper, C. Berke, M. Cherie. C. l'llll1I'lH21ll. M. Gaynor, J. Pzilay, J Sitrivk, D. S2lI1dll'l'. Fifth row: S. Brzifmzin, H. Mzirkell, W. Fishmaii, ll. Wollif, N. Fiselir-r, D. Weiss, H. Kerns, W. Kommel, ll. Levin DH Gregg, l". Glzisf-r. Sixth row: B. Field. li. Jzillee, T. Gl:1ussn01', ll. Pol:1f'l1ec'li, M. Pearl, li. Hs-ilprin, li. Gonld, M. Rosenfeld, S S c-r, .l. Kutzow. 318 First row, lett to right: W. Kimberly, D. Moore, L. Middleboe, H. cle Kerhor, R. Hunder. li. Blue, W. Kellett, R. Sharp. Second row: J. Peters, J. Dickert, J. Burlingame, J. Ramaker, H. Monson, D. Monson, C. Stensby, W. Walker, Stu Mant-hester, T. Walker. Third row: W. Conner, G. Warren, A. Bryan, M. Dean, J. Williams, J. Zeitler, H. Williamson. ll. Bootfarcl, J. Ward, D. Nelson, Il. Tolley. Fourth row: J. Lyke, J. Miller, J. Dunn, J. Moss, C. Weston, R. Tillman, J. Chadbourne, G. Johnson, R. Monson, D. Moore. The Psi Us possessed a bit of France and Denmark, since two foreign students lived with them during the past year. Speeial events ineluded winter and spring house parties, and Christmas and spring formals. Prominent members in eampus at-tivities were Clar- ence Stensby, football, Hay Huntler, Military Ball chairman, assistant Homeeoming ehairman g Jaek Chad- bourne, ehairman Union Musie Committee, and Dave Nelson. erew. Oflieers were John llamaker, presidentg VVilliam Walker and Clarenee Stensby, Viee-presidents, James Peters, treasurer, and Dave Moore, secretary. Psi Upsilon .......... igma Alpha Epsilon The SAEE had ai full sottiul t'21l9Iltl211' with cll1l'lSlTI1llS and spring formals, listening parties, tho HSM-k" party and the annual Cllll'lSiT1lilS party for the Dune County olrl-folks home. Members prominent in vumpus at-tivitivs invludt- Buzz Ric-0, p1'esiclc-nt of Student Sennteg Boll Little. president of Intel'-l+'1'atc-rnity .Xssot-iution: Divk 81-hou- ermzinn and Pete lQt-ach, business and zulve1'tisi11g man- agers of the Octopus, Rich Hollern. t'l12lll'IH2ll1 of the cmnpus llecl Cross hlootl driveg Jawk Illllogzml, vhair- man of Greek llveokg llivk Ht-llonulcl, IF rushing t'hz1i1'mz1n: Jzwk Vinvent, tennis team t-aptziiily Jim Hume, liill llolwit-hallrl, Jar-k Xowku, Pt-to Olsen, baseball. Uffir-ws were Tom Drought, presiclentg Bill Nina- buvk, vic'e-presiclenti John Mc-yer, S0t'l'0l2J.l'y, and Jim Hume, ll'Q?1Slll'Cl'. First row, left to right: ll. lVIK'l4tlllQ.':llllll. J. Szuirle-rs. VV GI'K'iltl7ll, C'. Jznnt-S, ll. Hltl'l2,'ill't, J. liuvlit. R. Mf'Don:iltl. Second row: C. Hovl, J. I.inclsoy. J. Golley, H. Groth, T. Drought. li. litlZIl1i'I't'lltlk. li. Bomlc-nu, .l. Hunn-. ll. Hollt-rn, ll. Dzlnfortli, C. Kant-. Third row: D. Boyle, VV. Sf'll2Ll'I'lllgll2LllS4'll, ll. lil'l1l'lli0Il, VV. Lllifl101', J. lCllug:n'd, lt. SK'll0llQl'Il1llllIl, J. Heitlt-r, C. liultlwin, J. lflolts, J. N0l'll0Illitl.lli, lVI. Miller. M. llllgiti-lH'llIll. M. Phillips. W. Siioidvr. Fourth row: W. Johnson. J. lllt'll2lI'tlSOIl, P. Mf'CllllI't', lf. Hussey, W. Lzunlsvlinlz, VV. NiI1:llJl1t'li, G. YU-isl1et'l4vi', ll. Vinton. J. Mc-yv1', ll. llolmln-rg, A. liutlwig. ll. Dawson. C. .-Xt-iorto. Fifth row: P. Wrolmlr-ski, ll. llnssett, S. Iit'IIIll10ll'I', lj. Xowliu, li. l"1'ivlwl'g, P. Olsen, li. Gamlills-i', P. lit-rwli, ll. Folmlt, VV. Slziuson, P. l.umlsc'l111lz, C. Oertel, H. .-Xllwrts. 320 Hilfe Il 4 First row, left to right: J. I.1111s-. B. Pc-triv. li. Miller. J. Mumiirxg, J. Rick, li. Iirvhm. Second row: I.. TT:llVOI'Sl'I1. T. Mahiv, B. Mahler Ii. James, A. Tulum-ko, J. Hz-hlw. C. .X11ch'i11gz1. H. Iiic'l1:11'dS, R. Huusr-, J. Novotuy, D. TDIIIIIIHPIZ Third row: H. HilI1TSC'll, Ii. Bolgricri VV. H1-lfrivll. J. IAOLITP, T. CQUHTPT. U. Waigvkm-wht, R. Walks-1'. J. POt0I'S0ll, I". Hzillorzul, T. N1'W4'0Hll'I'. Fourth row: L. I'11'iC'kSOIl, P 7 Hunk. J. lic-1-11. T. Wilvcwk, li. xvikl'Il. B. I'gQI'i'llll. T. Olivvr. J. Liclen, IJ. YV:1ll1'i1'h. Fifth row: C. Sc-hnller, B. Raul. J. MQIIIIITIIQ, D Meng, D. l"vldl11:111, T. c'llVilll2lllgTl, P. Koss. D. Jorgm-11s0I1, K. Si41vc11't. Sixth row: T. w7lXI'll1'I', V. Hil:11'uv. B. Marshzill. B. Thor11psoi1 R. G:1umnitz, I". Hilclvlmmliri, T. M111-k, T. Rugntz, Ii. Mum-. Seventh row: IS. F1-ism-. C. .hIldf'l'SOIl, D. Zvigz-1', J. Pill'ii0I'. P. f'1':1ig, C' Hurmltkv, ll. Hmv:11'fi. IS. Jolmsoil, T. St1':1r'k:1. v ' Q. xxx xx I The Signm C'hi's h11w- IDZIIIY TIIOIIITJQVS p1'11111i11e11l in " 11111113115 zwtivitivs z1gz1i11 this yc'z11'. being 1-spvc-iully well mp A' rp 1'0I11'ose11lml in h11skethz1ll with Dirfk Cahlo, 'l'u11y Stl'z11'kz1, Jzwk Nlilllllillg, John l'z11'km'. Ili:-k JOI'QQ2lllS0ll. 111111 Tom Hawk. T,l'0IHill6llf in OITIOI' 111-tivitios wwe Ihul Jzum-s, Ilomef-omi11g d2lIl1'9 C'Tl2lil'ITl2lllQ I.2lI'l'Y IIa1l- vc1'so11, Prom Iivkc-is 1'l1z1i1'mz1l1: R011 Hzluse, l'1'on1 pro- , 111olio11S: Don Pet:-rso11, linrigm' z1ss't. sales II1Zlll1lglC'l'. Tvllillll Film C'oIn111ittef1: Jerry Liclvii. XYiSf'UllSill Pre- vivwl Bill IJOX'il10, j11sfim-0 011 Sfllllixllf C'o111'l. N Miami T1'i:1ml. Ihv SXY0l'Ih02lI'i IJz111m1 :md Ihv pledge N i'f11'r1111l llighliggllic-cl the sm'iz1l r'z1lv11f1z11'. 1 Uffir-1-1's worm- Jim Ifehho. pn-siclo11l1 C':1sey .XIlQll'iIlgil. Vive--p1'c-simlc-111:RunII11z1sf-.sfwiw-tz1x'y1z1114ll3ol1liic'l1111'cls, igma Chi 321 igma u First row, left to right: C. Ready, ll. Steel, R. Norclby, J. lrlrickson, B. llic'l1:n'cl, D. Mxircussr-n, L. Kocsis. P. Rzullund. li. Eisvle. Sec- ond row: C. .Xi'endt, J. llflc-C7u1'cly. M. llzine, W. Ht'lll1txI'l. J. Peters, T. liabe, li. lVIez1t.l1, T. Parkinson, l'l. Dixon, D. Tnbnnin. Third row: A. Klitzliie, U. FOSSll1LgG, H. Bloom, W. Hersliberger, W. Morrison, R. Hentgvs, D. MZLI'C1ll2ll'llt, .l. Riemensbnietler, li. Felrlt li. Klmle. D, ligensicks. Sigma N11 soc-ial events will be long remembered as some of the best and most unusual parties on f-ampus. Besides listening parties, winter and spring formals, the Prohibition and HX73l'Ll0liCl0illl, parties were succ-essful, Members prominent in campus activities included Bob Meath, Bob Morgan, and Terry Tynan, boxingg 322 Bob Gingrass and Bob Nordby, footballg and Lee Aust Vive-p1't-sidelit of lloofers. ilmI'0l'S were Bayard llivharcl, presidentg Don lllar vusan, vic'e-presidentg Gerald Ericfkson. ll'0LISllI'0l'Q Rob ert Norclby, sec-retaryg Bill l'l0l'Sl1l'JOI'gI,6I', pledge trainer and Bill Sutlierlancl, honsefellow. igma Phi t-TX? . First row, left to right: li. Iiuine, M. Murphy, IJ. Horton, R. Hzu-ned, T. Kurtz, .-X. Alexrinder, H. Zinnuermzin. Second row: S, Rey- nolds, D. Fink, IX. Guy, J. llnrned, li. Smith, II. Iielnnnl, D. Fellows. Third row: li. l"it-dler, G. Murphy, X. Petersen, J. Fink, D. Criswc-ll, N. Kurtz, J. Mr'C'i'm'y. P. Fndv. li. Ilettwer, J. Dalton. Fourth row: J, Ileiden. I.. lfllintt. IC. C7urric'i'. J. lluvis, T. Winkle. li, Regenlieixlz, B. Pope, li. Suekett. li. Loetiler. Signizi I'hi's will never lziek for memories when they look hut-k on 1954. Xot tn he li0l'glQtJifOll :ire the C'hristnizis und spring formzils, weekend parties, ezimpus ezu'nival, song eon- test, eleetion ezunpziigns, pledge work Czind even zietive- workj, intert'rzitei'i1ity zithleties, bull sessions, sludge time, and drawn-out ehziptel' meetings. Indivizluzilly, Sigma l'hi's were zietive in ezimpus uetivities, puhlieutions, student government :ind on varsity zithletie teams. One nr another was known to sleep through the fornizil, pilot at jeep, work simul- taneously ns house operator and sneial ennduet enm- mittee, misplaee personal helongings, strive to insure "ser-oiidsl' on fund, run the dining room with military ettieieiiey, pass out adviee on dating hel1z1Vini', und promise ai Badger Bowl yezir. 0H'ie0i's were Jziek Ilzirned and Ned Kurtz, presi- dentsg Hnllie Smith and .-Xl Gay, Vive-presidents: and Al Gay and Jack KleCrory, see1'etz1i'ies. llairnld Leland was housefellow. 323 igma Phi Epsilon Among the many Sig Eps prominent in rampus ar- tivities were John Shaw 1-row' Don l,0Dur and Paul 7 7 Berk, Jones House president and Vic-e-president: Don Taylor, puhlirity chairman of lYisronsin Forensir lvnion, president of lVisr-onsin Christian Youth Coun- vilq and Carl lllanns, University Band. The highlight of Sig Ep sorial life this year was a pre-Prom dinner held in the honor of broth:-r Woody Ilorman. Other prominent events inf-luded a dance at the Edgewater and a Foundc-r's Day Banquet. Olihrers were Bill lYittig, president, .lim liyan, Vire- presidentg Don Taylor, 4-omptrollerg Bill Iiurhholz, historian, and John Shaw, S0i'I'6l3.l'y. First row, left to right: Donald Taylor, liirhard Rc-inholdt, Carl Manns. Donald Le Duc, Robert Nanz, Thomas SC'lllllillCl'lll. Second Row: John Weihaupt, VVilliam Motz. John Shaw, William Wittig, William Burhholz, James Ella, Carl Loper. Third row: Thomas Oswald, Frank Wehvr, Robert Gehrig, Paul Berk, Donald Martens, Ralph Kerlor, Rivhard Hass, Charles Zahn, Russell Mading. 324 iw 1 "W ""' pu, Qi 'H '-s 'a ff 3 First row, left to right: N. Sr-isc-r. J. Sclirovclc-i'. 'l'. Sliolts ID. Ilillm-rnil. 'l'. K osu-n, J. l.:nn wrm-nr. Second row: R. r1lllUlllilf'li. fl.1lgl'tIIllll. , - V N H. Klaliun, VV, Drews. T, Otto. li. .Xspnnx':1ll. P. lonsvgiinnt. ll. hnntli. Third row: . a '- s . . A wk. lu. Dolvvn. ll, l'z1lwv'. ll. Twcsmv, W. limwllmg li. Ste-vkling, S. lilnni, J. VVvinp.5:1ncl1. P. liiunnll. Fourth row: .l, fil'ilIlT, l'. l"owc'll, J, lXI2lllll'l', lf. Vlirnnu-r, J. 7 ll2lIl6Vllll'. W. Strivklainrl, li. Smith, X. livlnx, G. .lwsf-, M. l5l'2lIl4ll. Tau Kappa Epsilon was founclvcl in 1899 at Illinois Wesleyan as the Knights of Classiv Lorv. H.-Xlmow all else' Tau Kappa Epsilon stands for MEN . . . not for wealth, rank or honor but for pvrsonal worth and f'll2ll'21l'fOl'.U TKIC social life inf-lnflod tho annual l3zn'11yarcl Party ancl Sl1ipwi'0r'k party plus the Rod C'zn'nalion Hall. which was the spring formal. Offir-01's wvre Bill Di'0ws, Dl'6Sltl0l1lQ llolwrt Otto, vim-0-pl'vsicl0nlg Yi-rlyn 'llh0Ill2l,Cli, S9I'l'l'lZ1l'yQ liolwrti .Xspinn'all. ll'02lSlll'K'l'Q and llarris Cl. Nlahaln. house?- follow. Tau Kappa Epsilon Us Theta Chi In addition to a guy and sm-1-essfiil son-iul season of listening parties, formuls, and exc-lianigo dinners, Theta Chi had many mc-mlmcrs ac-tive in campus affairs. Oiitstaiidiiig were Khirk Silber, 770 Club chairmzing Carl Meissiielybffampu Danve r-liuirmang Ron Pavlik, bziselmallg :ind Bob TIIFIIQI' and Al Hinnrivhs, basket- bull. Omcers were John Krauss, presidentg Ray Breclde, vir-0-presimleiitg l'ete1'Ai1glelmec-k, SOI'I'6tLll'yQ Bud Holtze, f1'02LSl1I'6l'Q and Joe Dliuey, housefellow. First row, left to right: J. Rcicl, J. Rosvc-ky, T. Sands, D. Tlieil, D. Polil, .l. Lmnzniczyk. J. lirnuss, li. Holtz:-, R. lirekko, Ii. Levine D. Pirner, li. Nark, B. Svlimiclt. Second row: l.. Allroy, li. B1'EI1ll'l', B. Stifvutvr, .L Hogan. IJ. Iimwii. B. Bl'0llt'Illl:lt'll. P. Billllllllllll A. Hinni'ir'lis, G. liivkefts, C. Ingwersvn, T. .'xSlJ0llI'I10, D. Hollzwk, M. Uolvgrovc, R. Calkins, T. l"i1llc-rton. Third row: D. Pomnsl G. J:1r'kson, M. Sillwr, Henry liuvh, J. l50lll'0lltl. R. Sawlissy O. W:1i'rl, R. Slinw, IJ. Laiigztvzni. li. Congsfr, li. Svhmill, C. Mvissm-r, li Eiigi-sf-tliw, D. Drvxlvix S. Me1':1c'lc-. 326 First row, left to right: C. Magestro. D. Bartkowiak, D. Bcrcns, B. Brennan, J. Ray, B. Reese, D, Thoinas. J. Walter, R. lirockman Second row: J. Nettcrlmlad, J. Brandenburg, K. Ohm, B. Berg, J. Gallagher, B. Yost, R. Sime, J. Jahnkc, R. Nelson. Third row: P Erickson, G. Adamson, M. Johnson, C. Solomonson, P. Schoenheck, C. Hall, G. Schmitt., T. Koppenaal, B. Macurda, P. Stivers, C Prust. Fourth row: C. Thur, J. Hursh, C. Johnson, B. Schauer, R. Meads, D. Wcstring, R. llathkc, J. Swan, D. Heiln-in, X. Consignv R. Tocklin, B. Fraincv, D. Kioseff, B. Walter. Fitth row: B. Reif, F. Barthenheicr, D. Belzer, B. Nut-ssc. T. Consigny, IC. This-ss, J Cliyle, J. Hoaglund, J. Anderson, J. Mansfield, J. Slipper, A. Birkeland, li. Lucptow, J. Hursh. I The Theta Delts had a very successful social season highlighted with the Magna Parta Party at which everyone is dressed in 12th century costumes and the house was decorated to resemble a medieval castle. Prominent members were Phil Schoenlieck, captain of golf teamg Anders Birkeland, Roberta Frainey, Jack llansfield, Ronald Locklin and Don Voss, footliallg Tom Consigny, Jack lllansfield, Don Hebein, liouis Zur and Jerry Hursh, boxing, Jack Hoagland, swim- mingg Don Bartkowiak, Bob lieif, wrestlingg Ron Lock- lin, hast-lmallg Don Smith, gymnastics, John Chyle and John Schmitt, tennisg and Ned Consigny, Hares- foot. Officers wcre Eugene Schmidt, president, John Walters, trcasurerg Charles llall, Senior Klang Lowell liucptow, secretary: and Dick Thomas, Junior Man. Theta Delta hi 327 Triangle The 111011 ol' 'l'1'i:111gle, 2111 E'llQjil16Ol'il1g i'1'z1te1'11ity, zu'- quired il new rnascot ill the form of a t'0f'k0l' spzmiel puppy numerl HZip". Besides h2lYillg il gay soc-1111 sez1sc111 of fo1'n1z1ls and billlflllltfi T1'iz111glv members 1v01'c p1'0mi11e11t ill edit- ing the xYiS4'0llSil1 I'1Ilgill0Ql'. They 11'c1'o Robert Kohn. assm-iate 1111si11ess ma111z1ge1'3 C'z11'1'oll Rands, Ililtitlllal z1flve1'tisi11g 111z111agc-1'3 211111 Xt-il Jol111sc111, 1'il't'lllHfi0I1 mz111age1'. f,HiI'0l'S were C.'z11'1'c1l1 liz111ds, p1'eside11t3 H0114-1't Kuhn. fI'02LSlll'0l'Q Ric-1121111 BI'0ll6l', S91'1'0t2ll'yQ 211111 Howzml Chilgllllll, 1-r11'1'espo11di11g secA1'etz11'y. First row, left to right: R. Igl'0I19I', H. Eggm-rt, D. Sievc-rt, C. R:111ds, Zip, J. Ig0l'QQtllll'l', J. C111-1'wi11kz1, C. Rltidvli Second row: A. Cup, W. Mr'I1z11141, L. Hilftxlllilll, J. Radkv, N. -IOIIIISOYI, J. Klirwfeltt-1', R, S0mr1101'feld, H. 13011111-'. Third row: M. Steele, T. M21l'TiIl, ll. John- son, J. VVilliz1111s, R. liillllj, V. Sliupus, IC. lC1'iCksO11, H. Qihilgll 328 ,Y . 1 5 -fwmimgg Y 1 l Y . . 1 "'v. ZB'l"s wen- wvll 1'ep1'c-sr-litwl in campus acftivitivs again this yezu' with Dave VV:-ilier, prosiclc-nt of llares- foot, Al St'llWZ1l'lZ, Harosfoot :uid his own television show, .lim Sliorr, Student SCIIZUO and c'haii'man Bzidgoi' Block: Joe Stone, K'l12lll'IT121ll Humorologyg Stanley Cohen, IF, and public wllzitimis dii'ec'toi' of Student Souatel Ben Glotzvr. m'l1z1i1'mzn1 flwek YYOek: Jerry Lpx'y,. llzu'esfootg JlTI1.ll0l'2LCl und Ric-liarcl. Bloc-kinau, clisk Jon-keys on lhinlio C'a1'cluiz1l: Stu Miller. ffreek Vlbekg Jerry Levy and Don Keith, Mil Ball, and ,Xrnolcl Ax. hznselmll. Officxws were llivliarcl Dulmin, prvsidcnty Juv Lev, vic'0-president: Marty lizides, ll'Q2iSlll'0I'Q l.a1'ry Wolf, lllSlO1'l1lllQ zuul Stuart Miller, seC1'etzu'y. First row, left to right: B. G:1i'1'iso11. li. Ornvr, P. Lynns. L. OStlxI'1llIlll, T. VV0lf, .X. Yaffc-. D. Dvith. H. VVinL-hzius. Second row: P. Kzibot. G. Horwitz, T. lilzittiier, R. Uuhin, Mrs. Lvwis, L. Wolf, J. Kimmvl, S. filllllkill, li. Shun. T. Iiwziss. Third row: M. Leviuv, B. Pulmw, J. Lee, S. Tosin, D. Wviuvr, A. Paisslnan, J. Katz, M. Golflsmitli, S. Cullen. IJ. Cluulucfoll. Fourth row: A. Slmnzuin, J. G4-isvnfelml. A. Lipschutz, T. Tosvulwrg, C. Stiiwhcrgcr, T. llvllin, ll. Rattiwr. T. Spirt. Il. Begun. L. l'lI'lGClIIltlI1. Fifth row: .-X. lizirth, J. Sliorr. li. Epstein, X. Clcwslioii, L. BiIll'Sl12lli, M. Holmxin, J. Stunv, J. Stone-. J. Tilllll'Sll1gPl'. mx V9 .J Fraternit Life The Phi K:Lpp:1's ll'2ll'Il that it iSI1,l all a party :LS thvy IIIOVI' to thvir new hmmn n , 4 :mm1sng-n The IYJUHYS go mlnwn to the S021 :lt the-ir Pimtxo Party. Sigum Phfs usually arise lute :mul lumvu lwonkfzlst, IJiII'fNiC B1-iclgc t0l1I'IlIlHlUI1I miuriuu Grvvk Wvcck. 330 Q- 9""'Hw-g,.....m, WWW-if wwfQim,,,.,.mhw W W www ,E PW AX iw X h ff Qi-fill-iiviw-A-M.'i-'+ ,, :fr 5-,M 'f',i'-vw--v Pg L L V L h N V JVE ,'mA1 '15 ,. Ann Emery Hall Ann Emery Hall perpetuates the name of .Xnn Croshy Emery, first and greatly loved Dean of Vllomen at the l'niversity of lVisconsin. Ann Emery had many members prominent in ram- pus avtivities this year, inf-luding Ann Yanderwall rhairman of the 1954 Prom, public- relations ehairman for the Student Senate Personnel Departmentq Martha Brooks, Student Senate secretariat, executive seere- tary of the 1954 Promg Dorothy Perkin, Cardinal staffg Kathleen Dauhert, Badger photography editorg Carol Schindler, exec-utive count-il of Young Demo- c-ratsg and Venus Peteoff, junior Orc-hosus. Oflieers were Dorothy Seyherth, presidentg Kathleen Dauhert, vice-presidentg Nanry Nic-olet, soc-retaryg Cynthia Robinson, treasurer: Marc-ia lVindness, judi- cial c-hairmang Jean Mit.:-hell, Senior Sisters 4-hairmang and Barbara Fitzpatric-k, public relations ehairman. Mrs. llozan is the housemother. rr ,fr A saiga . urs.. M ? Y fra t,V.f ,IM w E lr . M., LV..,Vy,. First row,. left to right: J. lleppes. C. lit-i114-lu-. G, Frirlaav. M. Morton. J. liytle, Ii. llopliin H S1 c 4 li llllpllll l Seco row: if lillllllilllz ll. Sr'hin4ller. ll. Grohe. li. Mudd, N, Nirolet. ll. Seylwrth. li. lJ21l1lll'l'l, P. hltllltl M C nst mg M Wlndnrss T lr rovri S, llflSl'llllU1lllt'l'. X. Xorgrexrd. M. Tuteur, l. liloppenlierg, nssistnnt Counsellor: Mrs. llO7lll sum 1 ow IISSISYIIIIT, f10llllSPll0!'I H. Bopt, A, Armstrong. Fourth row: .l. Flynn, li. Mr-Cowl, S. Grulue, P nnn A 'NI xnct C Rolnnson 332 1'l-Y ,.,., ,v""" ,JF ' fi First row, left to right: J. Svlirivimlx-i', P. llnnliznn. li, Vizill. C, Sc-l1w:ii'lz, A. lfilvlliv. N. fllnntz. Cl. Sf'llllilg0ll, M. Mm-nn. C. C':n'lnn't. Second row: M. Allvn. M llistanl, J. Brown. M. liotlisvliilil, S. Tippvt. Mrs. C'i'oinwvll, D. Martin, li. flllllli-'l'. G. Mzirvin, l.. VVessi-l. li. Blznlliolm. Third row: li. C'zn'rnic'lnwl. ll. Loovk, U. li1'oc'ki-tt, B. lNIvCz1ll'1'4-y, Y. Clzulsc-witz, M. Stziirk, X. VV:ill01', li, lVlUl't,6'I1S4'll, li. Spolir, J. Olson. VV. Hicks, li. .Ions-s, I. l'llllllillHllSl'I'. .l. lily. Fourth row: M. lVIc-yor, l.. Sc-l1ovi1c'c'k1'1', .l. VViswvll, Cl. Johnson. S. Stinm-, ll. Krall. S. Wlinlqs, li. Svlim-i'. .l. lin-isliiivr, ll. Zcwln-l, M. livc'ln'i', l.. fll'lllllK'. M. Glnss, Fifth row: J, Sc'lnnvi,fz. .l. llc-r'k1'oth. J. Hnrvvy. .X. HoIl:infl0i'. Cf C'o:'ln'zn1v, l. Hl'llIli'SS5'. ll. D4-lfi-o. D. lisvli, M, Mc'C':nnrnon. .X. flu-1-ilvwxilt, li. XNv0l'IllllUllllf, S. Arnold. Again thc- Langclon llull girls c-iitercrl into many zu-tivitios, ini-luding voffov hours after home footlmll QQIHIPS. clorni clanvos and open ll0llHOS. lntc-rdoi'm vom- pc-tition in lmridgv tournziments zincl the VllUlll'Il2UIl0lll of I I Song also hi-lpeil to kvvp them busy. along with thelir' Studia-s. Oflir-ora wcwcl Sylvia Tippet. presimlmitg Mutilv Hotli- sf-liilcl, Vive--pI'esifli-iitg .loyve S0ll1l'21il0li. S0f'I'0l2il'y-lI'92lS- lll'0I'Q and Nc-llio llinmrnvlfurlm. sovizil vhziirman. Mrs. ll. W. Cromwell is tho ll0llSOIll0fllf'l'. First row, left to right: S. Ornst, X, M1n':u'li. li. Wvtzf-l, M. Dunn, .l. C'z1rnplwll. .l. Van llnskicf. S. Hnlnn-S. S. linings-, li. Iinrlain. IJ. Il. Diiiwzui. Second row: Y. Miflziiil. M. llovmlvn, M. Skzinlvii. .l. liir'li:n'4lson. ll. Hnrlig, M. Trust, Mrf. C'rornwvll. S, Hzwtvlt. S. Om-n. if floc-tx, D. Clmsv. .l. liin-invrsinn. Tnird row: S. llxinson, li. M:n'l'vll. Cl. Hiinnnllstcin, S. lim-trfiiili, M. llillinnml. li. R01'lll'l', X. lfrvrilis, if Kzirol, N. Sll'UlIlLIl'l'll. M. Sc'hvtllvi', li. livrry. G. Mnivr, A. Pollovk. Fourth row: -l. S1-liimflvli. V. 'llc-niplv. .l. Payne-, IC. Polo. S. llinrnonll. P. Sinnnons. J. Stvin. M, lililrc-rl, S. liolil. N. Hzinlf-y. P. llvnillvy. G. flll21I1llll'I'llIl. B. lizniflnll. Fifth row: li. l.:n'son. li, liiirgilwylll, Knlli-l. li. Sinvrog, M. 'l':islwr, CK Oiislvy. li. Miillnni-y. l. linlin. .l. Pclrrizo, M. llnzison. S. Strom. M, Miilvvy. I. lizifltlu-. . mn on, 1 ,1-MMM. M-1-a k ,. m4g 1 Q.. r Lakota House .Xt 515 Xorth Lake Street, just about as 4-lose to lienneliohm's as you van get, and elose to the pulse lmeat oi' the eampus, the New Memorial Library, is Lakota House. Soc-ial events for this year ineluderl some coffee hours, one after ear-h game, two open houses, ext-hange tlinners, a Christmas party, and a formal. The girls at-tive on eampus were Karen Meier, XSA: BtI1'l'321l'2l Sipowski, Laryl Kay, Joann St-ott, and Sonny Clansheroff, Dolphins: Pat Zopff, Saddle and Sirloin: Nzuiey Nason, lloofers: Bonny Stein, pulmlieity ehair- man of the AWS, Junior Dolphins: and Betty Martens, Barbara Sipowski, lvniyersity Chorus. Uffieers were .Ioan Lohman, president: Ardie Wang yiee-presirlent: Sandy Beeker. treasurer: and Sonny Gansheroff antl Ann Leif-ht, sorial chairmen. Mrs. Gertrude Fuelleman and Miss Josephine Casey are the houst-mothers. First row, left to right: S. Ganslneroff, li. Sipouski. VV. Bell, B. Lee. Second row: J. Frzuizel. li. Nlattek. A. Perehonoli, S. Bt-eker, C' Tesser, li. Villelln, M. Vane, S. Singer, li. Spitz, M, VVeinlJerg. Third row: A. lfrecltlirk. J. Muller, Mrs. Fuelleinan. lltJIlSQ1110I.llt'I'I G VVult, li. Nleyer, V. Owen. Fourth row: J, Grove, J. Bl'2llPOI1tlt'l', A. Loivht, I.. Rankin, S. Skin-chi, M. Sweet. li. Iiaiken, A. VV:Lng, B Stein. H. VVerner. K. linker. Fifth row: li. Krause. E. Mortens, N. Nason, .l. Lolnnan. li. Anclerson. J. St-ott. li. Gunderson, A. Goerke P. Zopll. 1: ,V 334 1 Tower View First row, left to right: S. Howard. L. Mayer. E. Gres-nhnh. li. Stetson. L. Greenhnh, M. Levitin, N. Slzivin. S. Brc-ginzni. Second row: S. Shapiro, J. Zell, B. Rosenhlum, P. linbin, G. Cohen, Mrs. H. Halperin, F. Kntleinzni, Ii. Zilherhrzind, R. Mullin, R. SllIlll1PlS, P. Miller. Third row: G. Shapiro, P. Sninnels, N. Kinifimni, I. I+'zn'mzin, N. Kzn'lz1n, J. Cohen, A. Torre, S. Lebow. IC. Lewis. G. lizxkita, A. Stern, B. Gzrlmy, S. Gordon, D. Szrlc-in. Fourth row: A. Rnhin, J. Cohn, D. Ansimni, M. Shzrinoek, li. Rosenberg. H. Goldberg, L. Marks, J. Bahin, S. Ginipli-, L. Kaplan, S. Antonoff, L. Tzilpis, M. Wzillenstein. li. .'hI't1I10l:f. M. Maiggnns. The girls romhined fun and philanthropy in their projerts for the year. Along with fnn in Wiskits and an znnnial diinier-dzinr-0 they aided the needy in ron- trihntions to Czirnpns Chest, the Red Cross Blood Drive, and a C'l1ristmas party for crippled rhildren. Prominent on eampns were Paula Rnhin, VViskits rlniirmang Fern Kutloman, Wiskits and Hillel, and Geri Cohen, secretzn'y-treasurer of Badger Bloc-k. Ohieers were Fern Katleman, president: Geri Cohen, rim-e-president, Bei' Zilberbrznid, see1'etz1ry: and Paula Hnhin, soc-izil f-hairmzni. 335 Victoria House Again this your the girls of Victoria llouso kept Svhniiilt, x'ic'e-plvsiiloiitgFrieilaC'li1-plovitz,sm'I'0lal'yg busy with a woll-roniicled varic-ty of ac-tivities whim-h Auclroy lialiiish, ll'01LSlll'6l'Q and Sylvia Bac-hman and inf-luclvrl open-houses, partir-s, and parlic-ipation in Donna C'haimson, sovial rfhairmon. Mrs, Koppel is many 1-ampus ac-tivities. the lionsoniotlier. UH'ii-ers wen- Phyllis Kloin, pw-siclr-lit: Natalie- First row, left to right: Adrianne Fi'0vcl, Arlene- Plotkin, Audrvy Iialmosh, Sanclra Kloin, Sanmlra Havh, Gloria Jaffe. Marion Chaimson, Carol Laiden. Second row: Lois Markowitz, Donna Chaimson. Marlyn Wynn, Darlene Cash, Phyllis Cohvn, Ann ROSllf?itl'ilCl', Janet Silva-rman Sharon Kostvl, Doris lic-vin. Third row: Rose R6-snivk, Bonita Hoinvr, Nancy Hellor, Anita Fino. Mrs. Helen Koppel, Phyllis Klein, Mal-Gia Rosoiiliorg, Barbara Savhs, Sylvia Karnowsky. Fourth row: Marr-ia Rosenberg, Alim- Fox, Natalie Sc-hmidt, lishor Coru- fiold .Ioan Pollachovk, Marjorie Yagomla, Carol Cohvn, Pat Wrilf, Frivda Choplovitz, Roberta Kalin, Barliara Willis, Gay Rubin, Truciy i W1-lilrm-i', .Ioan Mf'Gllf'kK'll. Fifth row: Sylvia Iiavhman, Iris Floiin, Rosa V0i'goi', Barbara Kopald, Sandra Rosviiherg, Slll'I'I'lll Lewis, Joan Gordon, Nanvy Lvvy, Loah Nathanson, Joyvo K1FSChK'lll72lllII1. Sandra liothvhild. 336 Villa Maria First row, left to right: Nancy Benjamin, Phyllis Pump, Judy Fogel, Martha Brown, Leonie Goldberg, Sheila Sacks, Toni Miehle, Ann Carter, Sue Hotfberger, Arlene Adasheck, Shirley Livingston. Second row: Enid Horwich, Charlotte Landau, Nadyne Graniek, Mary Leibrock, Sue Fishman, Mrs. Eleanor McCann, Jean Picholta, Rhoda Frindell, Marcia Rodehauer, Nancy Mann, Muriel Wallenstein. Third row: Jackie Thomas, Shirley Bell, Nancy Johnston, Eileen Farberg, Lexie Hill, Mona Kaulinian, Karen Hansen, Dawn Elmer, Grace VVerch, Carole Troy. Fourth row: Norma Brandt, Katherine Miller, Sally Victor, Judith Brone, .loan Freda, Barbara Weissman, Sue Harris, Jeanine Wernitznig, Karol Burpenthal, Phyllis Stowell, Helen Taylor, Harriet Brenner. Fitth row: Catherine O'Conell, Sheila Breault, Sallie Hathaway, Nancy MacVeigh, Marino Steinberg, Harriet Becker, Betty Montaron, Donna Stone, Ellen Polsky, Nancy Varney, Barbara Rohrer, Arlene Freidland, Sue Tumarkin, Nancy Hamill, Judith Babin. The girls at Villa again had a full year in campus W'iskits, in which the theme of '1l'remiere" took sec- activities. Outstanding members included Eloise Suhm, ond place. Also at Christmas time we gave presents Union vicc-president, Trudy Moss, Hillel Foundation to the patients at Mendota Hospital. and University Religious Councilg Joy Bell, Union Officers were Joy Bell, president, Sue Fishman, vice- Directorate, Wisconsin Players productions, Campus president, Rhoda Frindcll, secretary, Marcia Rode- Chest, and ISA Social Chairman, and Barb Eder and havcr treasurcrg Barbara Eder, social chairmang Gail Donna Stone, Wisconsin Players. Jacobs, Judicial Board chairman, and Bea Rubenstein, The social activities included the annual open house, Ynion representative. 'il'nder the C'hristmas Treef' the winter danceg and 337 liabcoek House is an independent men's house organized to provide room and hoard for aggri- eultural students. Members prominent in campus activities are Duane Kraemer, Cardinal circulation manager, Nleatf Judging team, treasurer of Ag Student Couneilg Ronald Erdman, hleat Judging Team: Delllayne Hillman, Alpha Zeta: Glenn Meyer, Alpha Zetag and John Suttie and Robert Hendrick- son, Phi Eta Sigma. Ofheers were John Rossmiller, presidentg Roger Ambrose, vice-presidentg Robert Hendrickson, ser-retaryg John Suttie, treasnrerg and Duane Kraemer, steward. After a successful hayride party at Nob Hill early i11 the fall, the girls from Cochrane House be an lannin 1' other social events. Amon these were the traditional Christmas tree decoratin 1' . I3 5-5 g 5-, party and the spring picnic. The daily schedule was usually broken by singing around the piano and after dinner coffee breaks later in the evening. House 'irls were active in S anish Club, Dol hins Hooters Orr-hesis, Euthenies, Country D P 7 y . .. BIZLYZLZIIIQ Board of Control Union committees Bad 'er staff and church choirs and committees. 1 3 g 7 Officers were Geraldine lwitby, presidentg Patricia Riley, social ehairmang Lois Garvaglia, see- retaryg and Betty Johnson, treasurer. Mrs. Paul Hendrick is the housemother. -5.5.-L '35 E7 Babcock House First row, left to right: D, Wultt. C. Leonard, J. W2Ll'lll1t2i. G. Him-key, A. Hniras, D. Soukup, S. Imliflm, D. Drew. Second row: C. liuelks, K. Young. A. Slnullvolt, hi. liydlverg. J. Sllttlix. J. liossniiller, ll. Hendrickson. li. Osborne, li. lireene. U, Hill- man. Third row: D. Kropt, U. Mever, li. Barden, J. liirdsall, B. -'lien-klnan, ll. AIIIlJ!'OS9. lx. Runlee, I. Orntverlt, J. Peters, M. Mzirshall, A. Brin2U- R- VV:-iner. Cochrane House First row, left to right: J. De- VVQ se, J. Scales, l'l. Cade, B Mitelika, C. Belshe, N. Ashmun B. Harris, P. Riley. Second row: A. Fredriksen, J. Pierce, J Tallis, li. Maclole, Mrs, Hend- rick, S, Sehee, S. Case, B, John- son, G. Mitlmy. Third row: R Duzinski, C. Gruenmlernann, P Grage, li. GiII'V2lg'll2l, lVI.Wl1el:u1, B. Iiaflin, J. Quisenberry. Fourth row: N. Nclwartls. li. Hoyt, C. Stotlrlartl. Nancy liafltke, P. Mulliern. G, fi2lll2lfl,'llf'I', C. Doherty. 338 v Groves Co-op First row, left to right: .lackin- Vronik, Stephanie Posner, Toby 1,4-twin. Second row: Doris .lack son, Hilda Cohen, l"loren4'e VVl1ite, Mrs, Grave Witt, house' motherg Kathy Keohane. Third row: Norma Diamond. Charlene Widener, Uynthizi Jackson, Lar- oline Parker, Ruby Glides. Valda Albokalns, M2ll'g21l'll2l Bobo, Brita Brown, Mitzie Fields. Hampton House First row, left to right: A. Rosen, l.. Klyde, M. Skorodin, li. liisen. M. Kern, J. Bobrow. S. VV:1ld- nnin, J. Cooper. Second row: ll. liloek. H. Bass. l', Hirseli, li. Steinman. Mrs. Fritz, li. Solo- inon, B. Fogelmain, J. Koppel- man, B. Dt-Vore. Third row: A. hliller, L. Grossman. l. Fein- glass. J. liuhai, J. Gordon, l., VVasman, IC. Forinan, Ci. lnclig, J. Silber, lt. Stein, S. .iXdelman, H. Lubin. Fourth row: D. Navin. .I, Kunar, G. Spalter, H, Good- man, J. Piowaty, C. liebine, Y. Xtkins. C'. Krohn. P. Grossburg, l,. liognrt, P. Silbs-rt. 339 In 1943 interest in a inter-ravial, low-eost women's house prompted several girls to begin a drive to obtain a house shaped around those prineiples. After two ehanges of loc-ation. Hnaneial headac-hes, and membership problems, Groves is now a thriving, stable, eoopeiative house. Groves is run completely by its 26 members, and leaking bathrooms and a tempermental furnace seem to be problems for the girls to eope with along with their aeademie endeavors. The result is the praetic-alities of life whieh supplement the eollege educ-ation. This year Groves won first plave in Wiskits, staged a suec-esst'ul openhouse, several parties, and the animal Groves pir-nie. First semester ofheers were Brita Brown, president: Doris Jackson, seeretaryg Yera Sakaw, treasurerg Mary Mc-Kinney, judirial ehairmang and Carrie Cammon, education chairman. Again this year Hampton House Oolleeted a trophy for Homeeoming def-orations, a seeond plare in the independents division. House girls are ac-tive in other Campus activities also. Among these are hlimi Bernstein,ELXViseonsin Players, YVSA Personnel: Barbara Bass, VVisr-onsin Playersg and Helen Goodman, Cardinal staff. Ofheers were Enid Solomon, presidentg Ruth Steiman, viee-presidentg Ursula Hirst-h, seeretaryg and Bobbie Fogelman, treasurer. Mrs. Mary Fritz is the housemother. was .7 C7 Xa... ,. ,Q .. L I Nw """"-X ,. ' fx This yoar Lako 11ZLXYlllS sovial 211-tivitios i11vl1111e11 four houso parties and tho llllllllill formal. Along with 1111- lillll 211111 stuclying girls 1-Ollllil Timo to partivipate 111 vampus z11"ti1'itivs. Jllllftf 1,1'01i61'XVilS Ollgxxys Boardg 116110f1011lO, was Vic-11-p1'esi11e11t of ISA: and Alive Stern waS1SA fI'CtlSlll'0l'. 1JHiC'GI'S were Barbara Stern, prosi11e11lg Franvis Shapiro, sevrotaryg 1511111151 I,il1i11, t1'11as11rer: 111111 llarriet Cohen 111111 131111111 lilIl11'lll, sovial CO-1'1l21lI'IT1QIl. l,a11g11o11 Manor has many promi11e111 m1zmlw1-rs, ill o11isi11v avtivitivs as wvll as Zli'i1f1OITll1'2lllj'. Among our avtivv girls are Alarilyu 1i0l1I1611, V0-i'11Zl1I'IT'l3l1 of 7703 Sheila Busvh, WAA B1D2ll'l1. liivk-off Ball Committee, Ba11go1' Blovk Committee, a111l Carclinal staffg Samlra f16ll110l', fJl'l'11f'SlS, liivk-off Ball C'ommitt1111, and Badger lilovk C'ommittG-eq C'arol Eisnvr, Badger Blovk, Puhliv liolations Committee 1'll2lll'II12lll, FI'90l10II1 Committee, National SU11111111 ASSOI'llL110llQ Jvau Hollv. Wis0o11si11 FOI'CllHl1' U11io11, Phi Chi Thotag liosey M1-Maho11, Cl2L1'fllllLll Staff, 770 Clulmg Joyvv Jirush, 770 Club, 1ll1G1'll2l1iOil2l1 Club: 111111 Lilly IAZIIIQQSQUU, HCJ1J1.6l'S, Tampa C'o11'1mittv1-. Ofivers were Georgia I5ar11sl11y, presi11e11tg Marilyn K1111111-tt. vivo-p1'esi11e-1115 Sue ZlppCl'IHilll. sov1'etaryg Marvia Seligman, 111'GLLSlll'6I'Q 111111 Hosoy lX'lvlX'1ah1111 a1111 A1111 l1ose1111111'g1g, sovial t'112,LlI'Il10Il. Mrs. A11111- 1'Iil1'r is the ho11semot11e1'. Lake Lawn First row, left to right: M. R.11l1i11, V. S2Ll'IlUll., I. c10ll1l'il1g, I. Gold, S. lfssovli, J. L1-vi11. Second row: 1. .Xl1Sf'1lllll'l', H. Altvr, M. VVi1lis, ll. l"1'ie11111:111, l.. Boxor, S. l'l11l1-1ua11, Cl. Uohon, D. Millvr. Third row: 11. lfssovk, 11. C0lll'll, l". S11iifliI'0, 1VIrs. l.. Mvllvn, 15. S1l'l'Il, D. lilllXVill, li. l.11l9i11, Ii. Vivk. Fourth row: li. Stilllllillt, G. Svlmll, N. Asvhor. J. St'lNVOl'SUIl. N. Kzuiin, ll. Kraft, J. P1'I'f9I', R. Cohl, l.. Lang, G. Ste-1'11, P. Press, N. Pollvr. Fifth row: J. At li1IlS, 11. Goldsmith, ll. Roberts, A. Storm, ID. TCIIlIPlixI'. Pl. l11:l11'm:111, J. Y:11111w. C'. Nvisvr, S. Kozvll. 'l'o1l11111l11-1'g:, U. -IOSl'Illl. Langdon Manor First row, left to right: N. Bard, S. liusvh, S. Gvntor, S. Ovorby, li. Clark, J. HOlll'. Second row: N. YYo1111. S. Zippe-1'111:111, G. lS:11'11s1cy, Airs. H1111-r, M. K1s111111Lt, M. Soligmam, P. wv11S4JIl, A. Sl1:11111o11. Third row: N. Gitt1v111:111 ll. H1:11111'ix, A. lifJSQHlJt'1'g.f, 1"vvl1- luvimvr, J. Patrm, C. A1111-, H. Mv- 1X'IIL1l0Il, l.. Tkfillll, C. 'l':1.l111:111g1v, C'. Glz1ss11111', P. Englv. Fourth row: Carol liisiior, li. lallllgtitllll, D. l111lJi11, .l. .li1':1sl1, J. xItllill'l'. Fifth row: li. VV:1tso11, li. B1'2Ll1lll1l'1l. Lincoln Lodge First row, left to right: I. Rubin. Ii. Sherman, A. Brown. H. Priee, ll. Slot kin, A. liolmin, IJ. Ilorowitz, D. I.oc'ke Second row: IG. Iielmowitz. IC. Gollcin li. Aaron, M. Cowan, J. Wallfe. .X G. Colin, B. Ross. Hanclmaeher, I". Golden, M. Isenstein S. Sehulner, Mrs. Stella Kailin, C7 Solomon, D. Iinlmen, M. Grossman, J Pines, .I. Glazer. Fourth row: I. Oppenheini, I. lfeldnian, S. Marsh, G Rappaport, N. VVeiner, S. Iieafman F. Quint, L. Mendelsohn, Ii. Finelnan L. Sc-liuster. Fifth row: IC. Deutsr-li M. Pallas, H. Cohodes, .I. Cowen, If Freedman, J. Hays, I. Gold, .I. Berson G. Taitellnan. Worris Hall First row, left to right: J. Sidlow. I-I. VVinter, Ii. Neuman, C. Malkin, X. Solomon, J. Gross. IC. lirowarsky, J. tiale, R. Haber, J. Shapiro. Second row: X. Dunn, BI. Hnnian, J. l"oy, Ii. Green. Mrs. Cl. lYood, II. Ilersli- tirld, I". llalheini, 'l'. Sandrr, M. Free- man. IC, Tarnow. Third row: II. Ulswang. .X. Yanipol. M. Ilirseli. S. .XI'I'llt'Illltlltl. Y, liiyo. P. Morrison. J. lYintergreen, li. Selieftel, NI. ltein- lierg. I.. Petaslinivk, I. IA-vy, lt. Ilall. Fourth row: J. Cohen, S. I.ei-ner. I., Silliernian, M. lmyinsky. fl. Pereli- onolx, N. Friedinan, II. Gross. XI. llosset, lt. lireiger. I.. l'Idg:n', J. llodor, IC. Fink. Ronsley, B. llnlmin, F. 'l'eleel1a1isky, Third row: S. 1 1:7 Our house is a plaee of great aetiyity with many soc-ial affairs, ineluding eoffee hours, exehange dinners, open houses, speeial parties on various holidays, and partir-ipation in all eampus affairs. In other aetiyities, Grave Cohen is in senior Orehesis and Human Relations Conferenr-eg Rachel Perlman, University Orc-hestra, and Elaine Golkin, Claire Solomon, Barbara Sherman, and Rachel Perlman, Oeeupational Therapy Ulnb. Officers were Claire Solomon. presidentg Myrna Isenstein. yiee-president and see- retary' Sandy Sc-hulner, soeial ehairman, Dossy Ruben treasurer, Angie Brown his- 7 I 7 torian, and hlarilyn Grossman, tire warden. Mrs. Stella Kailin is the housemother. The girls of Norris Hall were again liusy all year with their well-rounded program ot soc-ial aetiyities. Beginning in the tall with eoffee hours after games, a hayride, and an open house, they continued with exehange dinners, guest speakers, and Varied other parties elimaxed hy a theater party in the spring. .Xetiye on eampus were Audrey Yampol, ttliittersweetnq Helene Hershfield and Tanya Sanders, Oetopus staff, Natalie Friedman, winner of the greased pig eontest at the Little International, and Ildythe Browarsky, Cardinal Veterans Show. tlffieers were Helene Hershfield. president: Fern Pelheim, yiee-president: Helene Fox, seeretary, Beverly Green, treasurer, and Marilyn Hyman and Tanya Sander, soc-ial ehairmen. it at x. rv . i quit 11 7 . 1' ff No Bi l i. . W- 9' .sf 579. f . gzism "'l'he nurse with a well rounded c-mllirzltion will be ai better nurse" is the nnrsc-'s motto, 23,01-omplishefl lioth avzxclomivally and socially. 'l'he nurse on a university mmpns has the opportunity to take university cfonrsvs and oiigzige in vzlmpus nvtivities in zuldition to hor professional training. Some of thc- zivtivitivs this year n'oro an open house, pzxrtiripzition in the 'l'ournzLmc-nt of Song. a 1-oin-vrt with Medic-hoir, ll Christmas pi'og1gl'u1n for the Veterans' llospitzil. and ai dorm hirtlulziy party. One of our prominent rnomhc-rs is Mary llvrlm, presiclc-nt of the Wisconsin State Stn- dent Nurses Association. Ofirirers were Janie Miller, p1'e-sitln-nt, lic-tsy Lang. x'it'e-pwsicloiitg Carrol Wooilforcl SCt'l'0llll'YI Evelyn Smith, ll'921Slll'0I'1 :incl Host-iii:1l'y llollonweg. soc-izil c'huir1nz1n. Gmac-- Vivvo lierigan is the zulvisor, l .M-tive members at 1021 C'lym0r Plante inc-llule John Ile-llmle, Spanish Clnlm and Vnion vommittee mc-nilmerg Jeff Kziplow, l'nion rommittee member, Eugene Martin, Carcliiiul stuff and Nlitrholl Airnimig Tom Divine, golf: Phil Eliersolv, Caiwliliail staff, ILS Pioneer, Phi Eta Siggnmg and Gmw Reimer, golf. Uffivers were John lla-llmle, president: Dave Bervns, social t'll2liI'IDilIlI and Roger liiesel, ISA l'0pt'cseiitzLtivv. Mrs. Ali1l'g21l'Ol Atkins is the housemother. FW Wm Q W icing' , M ii: ."-92" 2 M4133 11? ,W flu!-sim . -wf'fe1u ,.w..Q.. -ser ferns.. . vkggmffy ,, kk Nurses? Dorm First row, left to right: li. Fri:-k, X. Dvliocrlio, M. cillllf-ll0I', C. Hanson, M, Munn, X. Rm-iml, M. Bond, C. Drives. .X. llill, M. Norton. Second row: P. Doll, C. Rolwrts, Cl. clUl'lll'2iI1, .X. Wilson, NI. llzitltlio. Y. livkstviri, l.. lilll0Illl0l:ii, li. Thx-is, S. Shirvs, PI. Loh- nninn, N. Srhirzam, B. Gm-0, li. Ahern. Third row: J. Iinsk. N. Svliiim-1'11iu11i1. S. Smith. A. Holflriclge. D. Svliwuliclt, M. Stvinkc, l.. Lindow, D. Lukas, P. Spies, C. CiiI'2ll'tlt?tl.ll, X. Fay, X. Squires, N. Znrlmc-h. Fourth row: li. Tlioinpson, M. C'o11w:1y, P. Tuppc-r, M. lloflel. li. lluhlv. M. C'olc-maui. Y. Swhoofs, Laing, M. Boz1vv1', J. Ellis. .l. Zniflweg. M. lVillinms. J. Jones. Racine House First row, left to right: G. Reimer, P. ltlliorsolo, A. Blum, IC. Mzirtlin, D. llomll. J. Kuplow. Second row: .I. Sta-vcns. R. Biosc-l, D. iil'l'UllS, Mrs. Mairgziret Atkins. J. Helblf-, T. Divine. Third row: D. Rank, D. Hoffmann. D. Fzilclet., 141. VVhitc-, J. lioyiiark, li. Rzithnizinn. Tabard Inn First row, left to right: D. Sigiivr. K. .'Xll4l0l'SOIl, J. Cram-. Second row: G. Gulvyuski. J. C1ll'lSOll. B. Piilikowski. M. Krvgvl. 'Ihird row: J. Yohlv, Y. C0l'l1j', J. Ovstrc-i:'h. J. Gzirliz-li, L. lfnglc-. Y. Dau-liii. ll. B01-r. The purpose of 'l'ahiii'cl lim is to provide a c'o-op0r- ativv, low vos! home for girls who havo high grzulos and are working part time. Manly girls have svholur- ships, among them Vera Ceriiy, zi Panholloiiir- Svholzir- ship: Jane Uvstreic-h and Donna Signer, liiiupp Si-holzirships: amd Lois lfliiglv, im .XAVW Scholarship. Social events this year invluded am old-fashioned open house, a "Paronts VVelr-came", ai Christmas formal, and 1-offoo-Lifter-games. 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Ear-h yvar sophomoro girls who mtfvt thflsv l'0t1llil'0Il1UlltS zlrv selcwtc-cl for membership in thai organization and introclur'etl nt Senior Swingout. This yvar marks the golclvn 2ll1IllYOl'S31'y of Cll'llt'llJlG. founded in 190-1, as :Ln organization on this c-zlmpns. .Xs at spewiul projvc-ti this your Cruviblo worked with othor orgnnizzitions on thc' Hudgvr ltQp1'0s011tzitix'0 pro- gram. This involve-rl ll'2lVPllIlQQ to high svhools through- out thv state explaining tho zulvznitugos of the Vni- vorsity of lVisc-onsin to prospc-vtive students. CI'llt'il7l6 mcfnihers hvltl positions of lc-adcwsliip in thc following organizations: AWS., l'nion Committevs, Ilutht-nic-s, Sigma Alpha Iota, Studvnt St-natty Wiskits, llumorology, M.II..'X. clLllDllli'l, and lVisc'0nsin Players. OI'fic'ors for the yvzu' wervz Iflmily Smith, president, .Xnn lVilson. soc-1'eta1i'y: untl llvlon F1'0tl01'it'k, lI'02tSl1l'0I'. First row, left to right: Susan I.:1rsvn, .Xnn VVilson, liniily Smith. Holt-n F1'oclm'it'k. Carol Sf'l1lIltllt'I'. Lois l'll'tlIHI1Illl. Second row: Jvzln Dopp, Donna Ploog. Kay CtlI'Ilt'j', Nant-y Nz-lwl. .Xnnv lNI:tttl1c-ws. my j t 346 Arden NY. Alexander Iron Cross SENIOR MEN'S HONORARY SOCIETY CLASS OF 1954 rPh0Il1tlS R. Anderson Theodore E. Crabb Leslie J. Klebesadel David L. Matson Stratton L. Rice 347 Mace .R f ,jf 5 t ig, Q. 753 4 iJ'i2J'r Z XA f xddsifrf if N. I J it g, e fa Av 9' fhiif 5.--' ,- 'J ,,,, -4 ,..- Maee an hoiiorury fI'ill01'Ility for Junior men. The purpose of the orgzniization is to enc-oiirzige under- graduates to pa1'tit'ipate in CZIHIDIIS aetivities while maintaining ai high sr-hohistir' averzxge. Members are seleeted eaeh spring on the basis of scholarship and leadership. Throughout the year at Have meetings 0l1fStL1!ldillg fzmeulty members Speak on the polieies of their various departments as well as those of the university as 21' whole. Mac-e members were prominent in many eznnpus zu-tivities including Student Senate, Sigma Delta Chi. Badger, and M.H.A, Cabinet. Officers for the year were John Wiley. president and .Iaek MeCrory, sec-rc-tary-treasurer. First row, left to right: John H-urr, John Israel. Don Price. Jul-k Hzirned, Stun Krippner. Don .'Xl.JI'2iilIlll1. Toni Chailkley. John VVi1ey. Second row: Lenin lxamgns, Fritz Friday, Jnvk hIK'ciI'0I'y, Bob Ozbnrn, Dave Kovenoek, Bob lirnndel. Lowell Holloway, El'il'kIiI1iIlP. Dirk Groth. 348 s- 'ctr - 'C f"" fi, Wnt' . .af our 'QF First row, left to right: Mary Siligm-i'. -ltkxllll Szmri, B:1i'l::u':1 Morley, Umtclis-in Hnwlt, Dmlmiv Iiurgrvss, Mary W':1tc'1's. Second row: Juiivt fil'tlIliN'I'Q2,'. H1-lr-11 Potts, Hlszt Splvtt, NI2lI'jl,'2ll'l't fil'l'illl-'I'. C':L1'yl IZ:LtTIu:1i1, liitai C'lm-zislwy, lXI:1i'y DQ1nm:tc'1'. Mortar Board ,rs ,JS Mtwtui' 15021111 is at mitimizil htlIlUI'2ll'y SOI'0l'iiy fm' :tml maiiiituiii high SC'h0iill'ShiD mul l'0t'0gIlliZ6 leaflet'- seiiiui' woiiictii. Sc-levtioii is iimdo c-z1f'h spring mi thnx ship. basis of lvznclwsiiip aml sc'-hnlairship. Thv purpose of OHivm-1'sfm'tiicryoui'wvi'0G1'vtr'h011 IIarclt,p1'0simlvi1t: the mqraiiizzttioii is to imiintziiii at spirit of fvllowship l5z11'hz11'u Murlcty, x'ir'c-pwsiclciiitz -Ifhxllll Szuiri, swift- zmd sm'x'if'c- unimigr UlliX'0l'Sity XVUIHOII amd to promott- tary, zuicl Blztry xY2lf9I'S, fl'9llSlll'6l'. 3-P' 1 Phi Eta igma Phi Eta Sigma is at national honorary seholastir' society with c-hzipters in eighty-one leading volleges and universities. The purpose of the organization is to encourage and give early recognition to high quality sm-holarship among freshman men. The requirement for eligibility is at 2.5 grade point average or better for the first semester of the freshmzui year or for the entire year. Aetivities this year ineluded sending out HStz1rt XVellfEnd VVell" letters to promising new freshmen to enc'ouruge good sm'hohu'sliip, assisting freshmen orien- tation in the full, eo-sponsoring the freshman party in the spring orientzition program, giving :iid to the VVis- vonsin Preview program, grunting scholarships and trophies, :ind distributing "How to Studyu pamphlets. Uffieers for the year were: John Haydon, president: I,ziwrenc'e Mr-Cormivk, Vive-presidentg Andrew Ferber, sevretaryq Eric-k Laine. trezisurerg and Norman Peter- sen, historian. Dean Paul Trump is advisor to the group. First row, left to right: Andrew Ferlmer, Thomas Johnson, Dean Paul Trump, John Haydon, LiiNVl'l'Ilt'0 Mf'l'ormit'k. Second row: Nor- mun Petersen, Robert Brudvr, Mark Boerner, Pzitriek Fairrnvr, Willizirii Barlow. R1rh:u'd Bond. 350 First row, left to right: Irvin BllI12il'Cl, P:1trim'k lVlI'Kl'0llf.fll, Olgvrts Gilis, Howzu-ml cl0IlIll'l', Pm' Dahl. Second row: Pantrivk l":u'nvr, l,aw1'c111r-v MI'i7fJl'Il1lf'k, NOITHIIII P6'T4lI'Sl'll, 1902111 l':u1l'l'1'1u11p, -l0llI1 Haydon, .XIllll'l'XV l"c1'l1c-r, 'l'l1on1:1s Johlnsou. Rolwrt BI'llllK'I'. Third row: Prof. K4-nmrtli Shicls, Joseph Oottiiigc-1', Stvpllm-11 Mzxrkowitz, lliark BO0l'I10l', liil'll:1I'il liuml, Stvplwu I421I14l21lV, VVilli:11u lizmrluw, Phillip 'TI'1llliI1l2l.llI1, Gary Zwicky, Leo lfllllvll, lVir1i'1's-fl livzvllnp liincritus Dvzm, Scott ll. fiiklllllgllf. Fourth row: .leflery linplow, .lar-k Kingsley, Louis Sliifrin. Larry H2llJLlI'Ill:lI1ll, flI'l'g0l'j' lfitzgm-mlrl, Bvrtcll Ollmam, Siclnvy l.4'0Iliil'll, Thomas Huston, C.'l1a11'ls-S l"isvln-r, lilmcr H1-rm:1m1. Fall initiation Phi Beta Kappa NATIONAL HONORARY SCHOLASTIC SOCIETY FOUNDED IN 1776 Officers of Alpha of Wisconsin Phi Beta Kappa were: Professor Grant M. Hyde, President, Professor Lowell E. Noland, Vice-President, Alma Bridgman, Treasurer, Assistant Professor Helen Crawford, Secretary. Budner, Harvey Morton Davidson, Warren Douglas Dorn, Ralph George Geisenfeld, .Jackie David Anderson, Beverly Simpson Ankeney, Charlotte Dart Bathey, Jacqueline Bowman, Robert Edward Brandt, Francoise Mariette Burks, Archie Roy Christensen, Edward Earl Doering, Werner Walter Edler, Carol Mae Forster, Joy Frances Gurk, Vera Hable, Burton Frederick Hamilton, Barbara Jean Hoff, David Bechtold Jacobs, Richard Oliver Johnsrud, Alan Edwin Koehler, BIary Hilsee Kreis, Verena Ursula 352 INITIATES Class of 1954 - Juniors Harvancik, Gilbert Louis Horton, John Edwin MacGregor, David Lee Nelson, Louis Audrey Class of 1953 A Seniors Kulakow, Allan Marvin Kupferberg, Lloyd Sherman Lakos, Ivan Andras Larkin, Jacqueline Ellen Markowitz, Gloria Paula Moore, Mary Kathryn Moran, James Thomas Mueller, Gustave Charles Mueller, Robert Francis Nelson, Thomas Keith O'Kane, Patricia Mary Peterson, Kimberly Kay Pierce, Linda Lee Pierce, Ralph Morris Roberts, Gomer William ' Rosenberg, Donald Rosenbloom, Judith Muriel Rychlak, Joseph Frank Rosenberg, Leon Emanuel Steybe, David Elliott Tanner, James Wallace, Jr. XVoods, Sherwyn Martin Schaefer, Jacqueline June Schneider, John Hoke Severson, Julie Pfanku Sexton, Mary Joan Sorensen, Muriel Annette Steinmetz, George Philip Swingle, John David Taves, Clayton LeRoy Thayer, John Alden Thoresen, Erling Thorger Thut, Donald Arthur Thwaites, Thomas Turville XVard, Helen MacDuffee VVeir, Margaret Florence VVerdin, Pauline Alberta Wiilliams, Phyllis Joan Zank, Elmer Eugene Zingler, Ronald Elmer First row, left to right: J Moorheznl, P. f':1lTorty, T iiIl.l'll0S, li. l'lastwood,' li Voopr-r. IJ. llaeiitl. J. lioelin ing, J. Lung. P. Kc-niiey. Sec- ond row: V. Svliwinz, V Kluth. J. Stolteiiliwg. li Kvvin, .L Stn-rn. ll. Ru sts-in, li. Austin, X. Smith M. A. Rvinka-. Third row: D liurr, K. Rouse, IC. Clzirtsons. M. VVindnvss, M. liarton. S Vllilllfllliill. M. HyIJtllliJll'l'. M Gray, G. Shaw, J. Rowley S. Savlitjc-n. Fourth row: N Port, S. Ornst, L. .Xlwndrotli Ii. liiigvllu-. V. Jzihn. B Slinfer, G. fliltillliJOI'ilIl, B lhuidall, M. Albright, J lim-vandowski, J. Pellegrino l.. Sutton, li. Mor-ling. J. Gi'c-c-iiwooml, S. Padma Fifth row: A. Hs-nke, B. Gariepy C. VValker, M. Ii. Aspei hc-iin, J. lily, P. Koll, M Dyer. S. Kremer, W, Hiek. li. Tliullw, S. Spriggs, I l'lunder, A. Iiiigelhnrd, J Krogen. igma Epsilon igma Sigma Epsilon Sigma was founded in Der-ember 1927 by Susan IS. Davis for the purpose of commending those women who in their freshman year were outstanding in scholastic- achievement. Membership requires a 2.5 grade-point during the freshman year. Activities during the year included the annual spring tea for freshman women who attained a 2.0 or better average for their first semester and a party given for entering freshmen in February in co-operation with Phi Eta Sigma. Each year a scholarship is given to an outstanding and deserving freshman woman to further her edu- eation. Officers for the year were Shelly Thurman. Presi- dentg Marvia VVindness, Vive-Presidentg Nlartha Cray, Sec-retaryg and Mary Barton. Treasurer. F ii . . f .Z N' gg. 'ai ...4.. . View if-:bfi L, First row, left to right: .lane Burpee, Mary Singer, Kathleen Knuth, Fay LaBracke Kolster, Corrine Miles, Carol Waite. Second row: Ray Hunder, John Vincent, Henry Kerns, Dave Matson, Jan Granbcrg Bremer, Bill Paleen, Jack Pelisek, Don Witas. Third row: Carol Ritter, Norma Trindlc, Dick Wendt, Al Jacobs, Dave Fyfe, Al Greason, Gerald Liden, Ethel Farris. 5 f'I'M ONE OF ONE HUNDRED AND ONE . . . A New Century . . . A Fresh Beginning . . .H With this motto in mind, the Senior Council of the one hundred and first graduating class of the University of VVisconsin really set about to provide a fresh be- ginning to a new century. Two big firsts included the job of putting on the annual mid-year convocation for February graduates after the administration dropped it because of budget difiiculties. Jack Pelisek and Kath- leen Knuth were co-chairmen of the convocation and Pelisek also gave the senior address. The second big first was the appearance of the first senior publication on the university campus, appropri- ately named ONE HUNDRED AND ONE. Edited by Mary Singer, it appeared monthly and was distrib- uted free to all seniors. Outstanding seniors of the Class of 1954 were honored second semester as Senior of the Week, a senior council project under Dave Fyfe and Al Jacobs. The senior class gift decided upon by the senior class was a backdrop curtain for the l'nion theater with a symbolic scene representing the Class of 1954. It was presented in honor of the theater's fifteenth anniver- sary. In spring of 1954, the annual senior week was SFYIOR CI .XSS OFFICICRSWHOMV Komg 'hm sponsored by the council under the direction of John C11f,1,,l,,Y,,.g If,.Q,,m.,.y mu P,,l,,,.,,, :md ljzm. Mzftsmll Vincent. Officers for 1954 were Dave Matson, President: Bill Paleen, Yiee-President, .Ian Granberg Bremer, Secre- tary, and Pat Kerns, Treasurer. 354 Q ' BX?- .NX 'XX XX', KlY,Cf,'t ,Y:QffY'5w CBR' 1 X A Q -A 9 "-i 'N ' R5 Q? xx, , x x-,xp xx X. ,xf x ,K , 3 , i3 ,f1'i,f Q RIXHE, 'j.4 3E hXEAl.fR'iXQYl UK 'H'R'fJ. M F fi R X E133 X, CSL 'ifzffx XMAB-JxbX': 'V,'v9 X ,Iifx5'f AX'?S 21 5f3 '5HgR fl-F13 wwf, X3?1l3XW,'x1i. C32 R5r3f,X'iXiB S3211 fix? QFZIKWQSQTRQ cf S-gi:.xzf?1e:'xg1,fl ,f5f,4:, E ff HU! 'QVSQRX MAX.'Yf'vXX', XXC'b"13s'lfN?fw,YMl,X'iY'1w ilfzfm 'W?f EEXfN .1 ' ,wi if X is, EBV .x2,x x, Km:-2. Xfi1YYHv1if,fif:+, wzlIxw 3Lx,,c:pxN 'iam ww HM. if 1 :uf Q YA. E 17491 , 'Q,X'Yx '+wX,5wX, K.3'i 'Y'z kX, 'l3'tfi.X'+IY,X1,.15YX"f f'i:+l1 b XHXX 'WI 5: lf? '.'a'9,?R R f Q i'1.f X ?aM'x f.i Uk HEX Xvsiffifgilifws p-.1gl'A,y'fiXVig X"sg1..!fjwXY1s'i j'if..'i 4433. REX 23 if Q , . ffl I fffviiwaff-ifxl igdffffgf-445 'ff' ffff K gf z'1sx. r1 9.42 fff1w,3w 'affix aaa 'iw Q51 gkrgaq new R ' 'fLlfl , ' -ff f.2 '2masm, wif al as 2225- f2.xsx E-i'a s x 1 511 Y , 'am1,m kb at 2'1ifa1fHvx'w 5-sam 2 Q my fi as LR x, i El 233511 F' C AAGAARD A ANDREWS f Q 1 if Ev: I Q HMM R A 'wa ff 3 6 risk an-.Q ROISICRT AYILLIAM AAGAARD . . , Marin:-ttcf . . . Eronoinivs, Law . . . Artus - ..., - Alpha Phi Onn-ga . . . MHA clI1lJlllUi . . , MHA Sitors- cl0IIlIIllHSlOl1 . , , MIIA Alumni Commission C'hairmau . . . Flarraut House-, St'I'l'l'I1lI'j'-IIIIWIIFIII't'I'. DONALD I.. ABRAH.-ABI , . . lflkliart Lalw . . , Political Sviviim- . . . Maw : . . Sophoinors- Ilonors . . . ILS, Prvsiflm-nt, V100-PI't'SItIt'llT . . , l'o1'vr1s1vs I'niou . . , l'nion Forum C'onnnittr-v . . . I'uitotl Stuclvnt Ifcllowship. FAMICRON ADAMS . . . Madison . . . I'lr-onoinivs . . . Psi l'psilon. VVARRIIN RALPII ADAMSON . . . Madison . . . l'ltluf'ation. HIHIRIIICRT GLICNN APDAHI ,... Hanunontl . . . Pll2l1'1'11IU'V . . . VVisc'onsin PllZlI'IHtlK'l'llIICAII Society .... AI!lI'I'lC'2lll Pharuiar'eutitial As- sociation. HENRY RICHARD AHRICNS . . , I12lcll'0SS4' .... Iournalism . . . Sigma Dvlta Chi . . . Bililgtxl' . . . Cardinal . . . M.H.A. Chorus . . , Il" Vhorus . . . Phi Siglna Kappa. St'c'1'Ptary. A'Ylf'l'-P1'PSl4I1'llI. GEORGE S. AKIN . . . Hortonville . . . lN'Iatln-inatir-s, Eduvation. AILl'II'lN HILLER ALBICRT . . . Wauwatosa . . . Ovcupational Therapy . . . Sophomore Honors . . . 770 Denim- Committee. Chair- man . . . Pan HftIlf'IllC' Ball . . . Pot Porri . . . Snow Hall, Chairman . . . Clampa Dancer Committee . . . Oriontation .... A lpha Phi Vico- Pre-sidout. ARLICNE LILLIAN ALBRIGHT . . . Oshkosh . . . f'oInnu-i'r'v . . . Phi Chi TIN-ta . . . Finanvo Sovis-ty, Vivo-P1't-sitlcnt . . .IIlSlll'2lI1I'l' Soc-is-ty . . . WAA: Dolphins . . . Alpha Gamma Delta. ARDICN VVAYNE ALEXANDER . . . Rice Lake . . . Agriculturv . . . Alpha Z4-ta, Treasurer: Iron Cross: Sophomorv Honors .... A gri- 0llItllI'2ll-HOIIIQ' Economics Student Council, President I... Saddlv and Sirloin Club. Svvretary . . . Little International Livestovk Show . . . Agrir-ultural Mid-Winter Ball . . . Orientation: Student Sc-natv . . . Delta Tlietzi Sigma. .' CILYN L. ALLICN . . . Dolavau . . . Lvttors dz Sri:-nr'v . . . Young: Rclpulmliczuis . . . I'nion Danve- Conimittvc- . . . Studio Plays .... P Alpha Phi. ICLIZABILTH ANN ALTI'lNI3PlRN . . . Iiurlingzton . . . Holm- Evo- nomivs . . . I'llIflli-'Illi'S . . . I'nion Library C'onimittc-0 . . . Carve-rs Con- fviwiiw . . . W.A.A, . . . Alpha Ni Dm-Ita. DENNIS DI'ANl'l AMMICNTORP . . . VVausau . . . Maths-matirs . . . Dc-lta Tau Dulta, Sl't'I'0t2lI'A'. HOWARD .IOSICPH ANDICRSON . . . Madison . . . Civil Iiiigim-eriiig . . . A.S.C.l'l., Presiflvnt, VlK'0-Pl'l'SIlIl'llI. MARY MARGARICT ANDERSON . . . Galt-svillsf . . . Nursing: . . . Lutht-r Collcgv. MILTON ANDRICVV ANDICRSON . . . lfond Du Lam' . . . Iiavlmloi' of Svivliccl. RONALD O. ANDICRSON . . . Ravine- . . . Mt-r'hanit'al Ifngim-1-ring . . . Phi lita Sigma . . . Pi Tau Sigma . . . Tau lit-ta Pi ...I A ASME. SALLY ANN ANDIGRSON . . . VVaupar'a . . . Pharma:-y . . . Sigma Ifpsilon Sigma: Sophomore- Honorsg I-Ita Kappa Lainlulag Rho Chi, Serrctary . . . Kappa lfpsilou: ProI'c-ssional Panhc-llvnic' fl0llI1l'lll VVist'onsin Pharmar'vutic'al Assoviationg l'niou Gallery Conunittwl liarnarfl Hall Iixvc-lltivc C'ount'il1 Orientation. THOMAS ICLDON ANDICRSON . . . VVashhurn . . . Lalmor Managv- nivut . . . lAI:u'c-.1 Iron Cross . . . VVSA Prvsimltfnti IIllIOI1.cl0lllN'll1 Prom. Ifinanw COIIIIIIITIQWI Studvut Iioartl At-axlf-Init' and SOVIIII Alifzurs Com- missiong Bamlgvr lilovlig Canipus Chvsti SLIC: MHA Clalmiut-t: Beta Thvta Pi. ! '54 Hizxm' .IICROMIC .xxlmmcls . . . xiiiwttttkttt- , . . .A2,'l'lf'llITlll'l' . . . A Milw. hlxtvnsion. MARY ICLLICN ANDRICVVS . . . Highland Parlc, Ill .... Philosophy . . . Promg I'lllglll0t'l'IS IJILIIPUQ Ihlpgiiic-oi'iiig lixpositiou , . . Kappa Dvlta. t I 356 MARGARET S. ANGLIKER . . . Monrov . . . Etluvation . . . Sigma Epsilon Sigma . . , Intor-Varsity Christian Ft-llowship, St-t'1'4'ti:11'y- Treasurur. MARGARET MARY ANTES . . . Evansvillif . . . BS . . . Brvnau Collogte . . . Dvlta Delta Delta. DIXIE F. ARAKA KI . . . Madison . . . Zoology . . . YVVCX . . , Loon ard Houso, Prvsiflvnt: Tlirw Squarvs Clulm. NANCY ARCIIIE . . . II'auwatosa . . . c.lOI1Il'T1i'I'l'l' . . . Phi Chi Thotai Marketing Clubg Chi Chig Pi Beta Phi. CLARENCE ARTHVR ARDELT . . . wllIitK?XX'21tllI' . . . 3IOI'll2ll1iC2ll Enginvvring . . . Baschallg Varsity Rifle Tvam. JEAN SMITH ARDELT . . . VVhitewator . . . Home I-It-onomic-s . . . I'niv0rsity of Illinois . . . Ivnion House Cornmittsa-. ALICE M. ARMSTRONG . . . Hinstlalt- ...A Xrt Ecluration . . . Arts 85 Craft Cornmittt-cg Gallt-ry Committeeg Ann Emery St-nior Council. .IOHN DANIEL ARNDT . . . Wauwatosa .... A rrcounting . . . Pi Kappa Alpha. ROBERT W, ARNOLD . . . Elkhorn . . . Law . . . Dt-lta Thx-ta Pi . . . Pi Kappa Alpha. ARTHVR L. ARNTSEN LaCrosse Commerce . ,. Alpha Kappa Psi . . . Sovic-ty for Advanvcment of Management. THOMAS L. ASCHBRENNER . . . Hamburg . . . Mvvhaniral En- gineering . . . Sigma Phi Epsilon. JOYCE M. ASCHENBRENNER . . . Eau Clairo . . . Medic-al Tech- nology . . . Eau Clairv State College .... Xlpha Dc-lta Thr-ta . . . Alpha Chi Omega. JANE MARIE ASCHINGER . . . Milwaukee . . . Spwcli . . . Sigma Epsilon Sigma . . . French Clubg I'.W. Television Workshop. ROBERT MICHELS ASPINWALL . . . Fort Atkinson .... A rvount- ing . . . Beta Alpha Psi, President . . . Young Repulmlicansg Throt- Squarvs Cluhg Tau Kappa Epsilon, Treasurer. LEANNE KAY ATKINSON . . . Green Bay . . . Spot-vli Corrt-c'tion . . . Sigma Kappa Phi: Sf-lwders . . . I'niversity Choirg Panhollenir' Chorusg Hoofvrsg VVayland Cluh . . , Kappa Alpha Theta. HAMPTON LEE AITST . . . Madison . . . Politival Scimivt' . . . Sigma Nu. RICH XRD WII I I XM AWE Waiiwatosa Chr mir 11 En inecr ,I ,in . . - '21f.f.!- ing . . . Phi Eta Sigma: Tau Beta Pi: Phi Lamhcla Epsilon . . . AICHE . . . High House Pri-sident. NORMAN WALTER AXNICH , . . Milwailki-1' .... A Xgrivultural Economics . . . MHA Cahine-t: I'nion Puhlic Rc-lations Commission: MHA Open Houseg Humorologyg MHA Athlvtir' Committwg Siolwc'kr-r Housv, Vitro-Prcsidc-nt. DIIRWARD ALLEN BAKER . . . Wauwatosa . . Mvcliviiiv Nu Sigma Nu . . . Golf . . . Chi Psi. HERMAN ALVIN BALABAN . . . Manitowoc' . . . Commt-rr-o Campus Carnival . . . Alpha Epsilon Pi. RUTH A. BALDWIN . . . Eau Claire , . . Physical Etluvation . W.A.A ,... I'niVersity Choirg P.E. Club. 357 -,Q ,V Fi: is 'S' .ef ANGLIKER f BALDWIN E74 , , . M if f :wa sw BALIS -- BEACH its fs?-'fi it li Q if .gm iff . ,.:! 'ga ' S Ii . ,yn fit' Q Q K ...ii 7 :Sis C Q . F , My i "" 'Sb 5' Y 4 ,,,, 6- -.4 ,A . .... . K z .,' :: 'bs f I, . . V v J if If i': 1. A 9 I . Q, 5, . ,R . hiiffii.. .N x i - 3 f V'f5?j'7i3l1 2' P Wfkil iii, .iX "A 2 ff A if -N QM li . a s il -+ P f' A 25' .mf xi ,4.iik.x,v x JOHN S. BALIS . , . Footvillo .... ' AgI'iCllli,lll'2ll EIl2lIlC'l'l'iI1g . . . Alpha Lvta: ,AIIll1l'1f'2lll Society of Agrivultural l'il1glI19E'I'S. Ll'ISTl'Ill BARCHVS . . . Madison . . . Dairy Industry . . . MHA Chorus . Union Commiitosr . . . Noyes House Prc-siclont . . . Bah- vork Dairy Sf'i!'ll1'l' Cluh, St-r-.-Tre-:is ,... Alpha Zola. DIOXIC ALTHICA l3AlllJI'Il'iX . . . Ravino . . . Home l'lCOIl0l11l0S . . '. lillllllK'IllCS . . . Elizalu-th VVaLf-rs Dorm Porsonnol Chairman . . . Phi l psilon Omit-ron. Gl+lOliGlA BAHDSLPIY . . . Barron . . . Sc-rondary l'I4lur'ation . . . Ormnvll Collvgv . . . Langdon Manor, 'Pl'K'21Slll'l'I', Prosillvnt. and Judirial Board. RICHARD BRVCIC BARICH . . . Sturgc-on Bay . . . Medical Srioliro . . . Sophomorv honors. ICDNAISIQLLIQ J. BARKHAHX Verona Home liconomics I+Iclnc'ation . . . 4-II . . . Bluv Shioltl Calvary Lutheran Student Council . . . Slirhtor Hall Counvil. BYRON L. BARRINGTON , . . Manawa . . . Psychology . . . Men's Halls Assoriation Cabinet and Commons Cornmittvv . . . Psychology Club . . . MHA . . . Frankc-nhurgs-r House. JOHN A. BAll'l'l'ILS . . . Maclison . . . ,'AIIll'l'iC2ill Institutions . , . YMCA Cahinvt . . . Daily Carclinal Advortising Stall . . . l'Ixt1-nsion Publiration Sorvivv . . . Barlgzor Av4'll'l'2LllS Organization Publicity Chair- man . . . Studs-nt Allianro Party Ms-mlwr . . . Baclgvr Veterans Or- ganization Mvrnlwr . . . YMCA Basketball . . . Golf. ALEX BARTH . . . Morrill . . . Pharmacy . . . VVisc'onsin Pharma- r't-utival Soriety . . . Banil . . . lixulgor Blork . . . Zi.-ta Beta Tau. CHARLIQS H. BAKTHOLF . . . VVauk0sha . . . Pllortrir-al Pliiginvvriiig . . . lN'Iitrh0ll Airmvn . . . Pc-rshing liitlos ,... ' XIIQH . . . Pres. of Wvork- shopri . . :ladio Club . . . Military liall Dovorations . . . Cross Country . . . ram. DALIC C. BAllTHOLOMl'IVV . . . liau Clairv . . . lVIvtallurgim'al En- gineering . . . liau Clairv State Collugo .... X.S.lW ..... -X .l.M.l'I. . . . l'nion Camera Cluh and House Committvo . . . Spoonor Housv Presi- mlvnt, 'l'rc-asurer, Sm-rrvtary . . . Prvsident. llouso Choir. ROSS li. BARTZ . . . Chippf-wa Falls . . . l'l.S. I"lK'OIl0Il1ll'S . . . Swen- son House Presiclr-nt ,... Tri-as1u'1-r, Social vhairman . . . Dorlnsylvania . . . MHA Christmas Formal . . . Convert lianrl . . . Chorus . . . Delta lipsilon, BARBARA J. BASS . . . Bronx. X. Y .... Speer-h Corrertion . . Sigma Kappa Phi . . . VVis1'onsin Players . . . Wiskets. NANCY L. BASSICTT . . . Shaker Heights, Ohio . . . Ame-riran His- tory . . . Kappa Kappa Gamma. DAVID J. BASSVFINICIK . . . Milwaukee- . . . liducation . . . Mil- waulurc- lixtension. MARY JICAN BATES . . . Wauwatosa . . . Anthropologyg Latin . . . Daily Cardinal: l'nion Forum Committveg IC. A. Ross Clubg Young Dm-mocrats . . . Alpha Phi. DONALD G. BATHKE . . . Oshkosh . . . Physics. . . Dvlta Tau Dclta. THOMAS J. BALICR . . . VVausau . . . Sociology . . .Alpha Phi Onwga. Prclsiilc-nt: Stumlvnt Govt-rnmvnt: l"orcnsir's. OLADYS R. ISAIVMISLATT . . . Madison . . . Spa-1-vii Corrvction . . . Siglllii Kappa Phi . . . lNI0nlwiv1-s , . . Dolphin Club. MARJORIE A. BICACH . . . liariiu- . , . Home l'lc'onomic's . . . Phi Vpsilon Omirron, rrI'021SllI'0I' . . . l'lta Kappa Lamhmla . . . Prcsitlont of Barnard Hall. THOMAS A. BICACH . . . Madison . . . lNIc-cliral Svii-iirv . . . Chi Phi. 358 DAVID HAMLEY BEVXIJLIC . . . Galvsvillc' . . . Music' . Marching: Band: Orr'l1c-stra: Cardinal Bantl: clflllf'K'I'f- Bantlg llnivc-rsity Chorus: Iflntcrtainc-rs Guiltlg M.lI.A. .IOYCE MAILIORIE BEAMISH . . . Aurora, Ill .,.. Spvovli Cor- rection . . . Sigma. Kappa Phi . . . Orivntation .... Xlpha Chi Omega. Vice-Prcsimlciit-. Prvsidcnt. VVILLIAM ll. BEATTIE .... Xntigo . . . Coinnu-rr'o . . . lfinanro Sovit-ty . . . Lanilnla Chi Alpha. .IANE E. BECK . . . VI'ausau ..,. X lpha Dc-lta Thm-ta . . . Kappa Alpha Thvta. .IOHN VV. BECKER . , . Sauk City . . . Physical Etluvation . . . Phi Epsilon Kappa . . . Humorology . . . l"oot,lmall. ' ' l' Bl' 'Kl'll Cilcclonir Pl'l'll'Il1'1C'Y Wliaron- VIALLACL ut. 2 . . . : X 1 . . . . . l . . ' sm Pllt11'Ill2l4't?l1ilI'1ll Assoviation: Ainvric'an Pharniacf-utwal Assort- ation. RONALD BECKMAN . . . .Iancesvillu .,.i Xpplim-cl Art . . . Provost Corps, Finance Officer: Cross Countryg 'Travk . . . Sigma Nu. .IOE BEEN . . . Madison . . . Civil I'IIll2,'lI10I'l'illg. . . A.S.C.E .... Sigma Chi. PAIIL VVAIIHEN BEEKS . , . Madison . , . Geography . . . Il" Hop- rescntativoz Froslunan Orientation . . . Thvta Dvlta Chi. RICHARD ALLAN BEHR . . . liovliforcl lll .... Et-onomirs . . . Hillvl, Pl'0SlliOI1f . . . Pi Lamlnla Phi, Prvsiclont, VIVI'-Pl'CSltll'IlI. .IOY BELL . . . Milwaukvv . . . Spevvli . . . Phi Bc-ta . . . Union Direv- torato: Campus Chest: ISA. Sovial Chairman: Wvisvonsin Players Procluvtion . . . Villa Maria. House Pmsidt-lit. INIXRY M. BELI ,,.. Oshkosh . . . Bac'l1e1lorofArts . . . Spanish Clulm . . . Kappa Kappa Gamma. CHARLOTTE BELSHE . . . l+Irnn1ctsl.iurg, Iowa . . . Anthropology . . . Bryn Nlawr College . . . Y.VV.C.A.: IInivs-rsity Chorus. VVist'onSin Idea. PAI'I. H. BENISHEK . . . Manitowor- . . . Geology. HLGH F. BENNETT . . . Chippowa Falla . . . Goology . . . Hooters. DONALD LEE BENSON . . . Madison . . . Dvlta Tau Dc-lta. CHARLES GILBERT Bl-INTZIN . . . VVate1't.ow11 . . . Insuranrc- . . . Beta Gamma Sigma. Sc-vit-tai'y: Insuranvo Sovivty: Prom Pro- mat1onS, I'lI121Ilt'K' Chairman: Hornt-roming: Huinorologyg Orivnta- tion . . . B4-ta Thvta Pi. SANDRA JOAN BENZIES , , . Baraboo . . . Oc-r-upational Thi-rapy . . . Smith Collcgv . . . Kappa Kappa Gamma. M.-Xli.IOliIE .I. BERGE . . , Madison . . . Ilomc- I'lt'0Il0IllICS Ecluva- tion . . .Sigma IJOIIQIPi1fllHit'I'ltl1Xl1 . . . LSA.: lflltlioiiic-sz NN'.S.fl..X. TOM C. BERGEB . . . Two llivvrs . . . Mc-1'hanic'al ltliigim-twitiu . . . Phi Eta Sigma: Pi Tau Sigma: Tau Bc-ta Pi. St-r'rvtaryg A.S.M.I'i. . . . Campus Carnival . . . Humorology. JAMES Il. BEllGl,I'ND . . . Boonv. Iowa . . . Eronoinic-s . . . Stu- tlvnt Svnatv . . . Phi D1-lta Thvta, Sovial Chairman. 359 ,, ' gf BEADLE A BERGLUND -.1 It ig I Xl ti is-1 A' wh 'ga ' ,z cv 3 I W, Yiwu is 7 J' Q ' 3 - 2 ...Jz'0-3? ,. M-:fd s Ii .k -ww. Q .185 """'2 Pivk ,vm up. tum 'vm iii. sign this, fill out that thaifs thc- rolitillv of I'f'giSlI'IlIi0I1. his Not Easy to Become a tudent 1 use 1111 lllx 1 sn :iw of lim S 1 llyI'l' not 1'vgristm'ml until yo1l'v0 pziicl your fm- :mal iiilI'ilI'j' fim-Q. llvgistrzitioii is 'z K' 2 Q X " znvugr. - f L- hu www CAROL M. ISERCINIANN . . . livloit .... English Erlur-ation . . . S0pllHIIl0l'K' Honors . . . Vllisvonsin Playors: OI'f'lllxSiI'Zl' c1lI'i'l'l'S Con- l't'I'0lll't'I Lnion House Conimittc-v. JAMES L. RERGTOLIJ . . . Vlllstby . , . Colnmr-i'c'v .... Xlpha Kappa Psi, Mastvl' of Rituals . . , ixI2ll'li0ilJl.Q' Club. REVELLA L. Rl'llilN'IAN . . . Cliivago, lll .... Physic-al E1lu1'ation . . . VV.A..X.: Jr. Dolphins Club: Physival Ecluration Club: Hillc-l . . . Alpha Epsilon Phi. CHARLES VV. BERNIYP . . . VVz1usau . . . W. Cflub . . . Football. ERNA R. RERXIJT . . . Wausau . . . Spanish . . . Sigma Epsilon Sigma: Sigma Uolta Pi. MILDREID L. BERXSTEIX . . . Gln-n Covv, N. Y .... Psyn-hology . . . Sigrna Epsilon Sigma: High Sophoniorv Honors . . . VVisl'onsin Playvrs: VVSA. Pc-rsonns-l Board: Psychology Club. GERALD .l. BERRES . . . K1-nosha .... Xvvounting . . . YV Club . . . Dolphin Club . . . Swimming. DONALD W. BERRY . . . Vvrona . . . Gvology . . . Gvology Club. ROBERT E. BERRY . . . Milwaukee . . . Milwaukvc Exit-nsion . . . Pll2ll'I1lIlf'y . . . Rho Chi: Phi Eta Sigma: Kappa Psi, '1'1'o:1s111'm'. BARBARA A. BEWITZ . . . Wlzuwatosa . . . Spot-1'l1 flUl'l'l'f'il0Il . . . Siglna Kappa Phi. . . Orientation: Alpha Chi Oinvga, xiii?-PI'ltSill6'Ill. GENE G. BIGLEY . . . Madison . . . Physical Ecluvation . . . Phi Epsilon Kappa. PI'0Sid0Ili . . . Football. JACK E. BINNING . . . Eoncl clu Lam' . . . Civil I'll1giIN'0l'illg . . . Fond mlu Lam' Extvnsion . . . Phi Eta Sigma. Chi Epsilon, Tau Beta Pi . . . Wisconsin l'iIlgi11l'0l', Assoviatt- Editor, Emlitorg Cardinal Board ol' Control: Manager ol' MHA Book Marty Chairrnan of MHA Down Campus Connnittvv: Stumlvnt Board Sovial Aflairs Commission: l'nion Publix' Relations Committee. MARGARET L. BINZEL . . . Oconomowoc . . . Zoology . . . Wis- kits .... A lpha Chi Orni-ga. AGNES K. BIRO . . . Rockford, Ill .... Social Work . . . Rot'kl'orcl Colle-gc . . . Intc-rnational Club . . . Som-ial Work Club . . . Wisconsin Players: Thi-ator Vsher . . . Houso Juclic'ial Boarcl , . . Ganuna Phi Beta. ROBERT K. BISCHOFIV . . , Milwaukc-C . . . Ec'onornir's . . . Pararlv Marshall, Campus Carnival Parade! . . . Dvlta Tau Delta, Trvasl111-r. L. SALLY IHXBY . . . lVIarlison . . . Political Sf'lK'llff0. FRED E. BLACK . . . Chippvwa Falls . . . Law . . . Phi Alpha Delta. CHARLES G. BLACKMER . . . Milwaukvc- . . . History . . . Soph- UIHUIT' Honors. MARILYN M. BL.-YIM . . . Kvnosha . . . Spf-t-r'l1 . . . Rial Cross Club . . . Oricaitation .... - Xlpha Clannna Dclta. SHEILA K. BLAKE . . . Royal Oak, Mivh .... Coniparatiyv Lit- 1'l'2iilll'O . . . VVisr'onsin lclt-a . . . Tlivatvi' clOIHHllll1'U, Sc'r'!'0tax'yg Wis- vonsin Playvrs. l5EX.lAMlN BLATT . . . lylt. Vt.-rnon, N. Y .... 1'lI'0Il0IIllt'S. 361 Q BERGMANN BLATT . . jifEif..::i:f. fy is . , or 43' ' A H , Q. A ,. .hx an R gn. 5 I-I 'ki' . iw, l X W if MM .,, ., N M . Q-,J '5lf'1 Siu 3 'Fu- W, if M -lan' ,.....1" 4595 BLECK - BOWMAN fb f 1 ., f ts g P X 34 2 EX iff, , Y Y t "1 ville Q .gig 4 i sr l I ,E ef ,gn- 11...- 1 w 'A f 3 ff" ug u KJ. -"1 1 fi' .23 .ig K Wig. 9 53 gf. .J . 1-v' at ,gs 2' ne 'A I . Q K W . 3 x Q W it E fv . :G- Y9' ,I A V l 1 AAA- H g ., X .,: , x -. ff 'E Bl'1'l"I'Y MAE RLECK . . . licaver Dam . . . Bacteriology . . . VVAAQ Hoofersg Dolphins. LYLE WILLIAM BLOCK . . . Rirnamwood . . . Pharmacy . . . VVis- consin Pharmaceutical Society, Treasurer: American Pharmacy As- SO4'l2ltI0llQ Ilasliford House, President . . . Kappa Psi. ROIjlER'l' OLAF RLI'CKER . . . North Little Rock, Ark .... Chemical Engineering ..., e XICHEQ YGOP . . . Pi Kappa Alpha. President. QRVANT VV. lilrl'M . . . Monroe . . . Speech , . . Wisconsin Forensic l mon: International Club: NSA. MHA Education Scholarship Com- mittee. SYRIL I'RSI'l,A Rl.l'MER . . . Monroe . . . Pharmacy . . . Wis- Eonsm Pharmaceutical Society: Orientation: Barnard Hall Executive 'ouncil. GORDON CHARLES ROARDMAN . . . Madison . . . Art Education . . . Military Police Provost- Corps. ROBERT F. RODEAV . . . Racine . . . Mathematics . . . Scabbard K Blade: Provost Corps . . . Football: Wrestling . . . Sigma Alpha Epsilon, NORMAN L. ROEBEL , . . Madison , . . Law . . . Phi Sigma Kappa. ELAINE CAROL BOEDER . . . Milwaukee . . . Social Work . . League of Women Votersg Social Work Club. JOAN NANCY ROESCH . . . VVilmette, Ill .... Economics . . . Car- dinal: Octupus: Badger: Promg I'niv1-rsity Chorus: Dolphinsg Home- coming: VV1nter Carnivalg Hooters: Vnion Dance Committee, Wis- cettlquette, Careers Conference . . . Delta Zeta. .IOANN CYNTHIA BOETTNER . . . Fond du Lac . . . Related Art . . .Winter Carnivalg Panhellenic Councilg Related Art Club, Chair- man, Coeds Vifeek, Euthcnies Club . . . Delta Delta Delta, Treasurer. HENRY ROHL, .IR .... Milwaukee . . . Applied Mathematics and Mechanics . . . Calvary Student Choir, President: MHA Chorus . . . Football, Manager: Basketball. Manager, Track, Manager: Base- ball, Managcrg Swimming, Manager. VVARREN Ll-ZIGH BOHN . . . VVaukau . . . Agricultural Engineering . . . American Society of Agriculture Engineersg Saddle Sz Sirloin . . . Alpha Gamma Rho. JACK CHESTER. BOKROS . . . Wisconsin Rapids . . . Metallurg- ical Engineering . . . Phi Eta Sigma: Sophomore High Honorsg Tau Lt-ta Pig Phi Kappa Phi . . . Mining QQ Metallurgy Club: American Society for Metals: American Institute of Mining dz Metallurgical Engineers: Wisconsin Engineer: Theta Tau. MANNING MAX ROOKSTAFF . . . Milwaukee . . . .lournalism . . . Sigma Delta Chi, Secretary ..., A lpha Epsilon Pi. IQDITH MARIE BORCHARDT . . . Milwaukee . . . Physical Med- icine . . . Sigma Epsilon Sigma: Sophomore Honors . . . Cniversity Orchestrag Physical Therapy Club: Humorologyg Campus Chest. RONALD AYERS BORLAND . . . Madison . . . Political Science . . . Wisconsin Insurance Societyg Inter-I7raternity Council . . . Lambda Chi Alpha. PAVLINE RORSACK . . . Westfield . . . Child Development . . Omicron Nu. FREDERICK JOHN ROCMA , . . Chicago . . . Hispanic Studies . . . Sigma Delta Pi, Treasurer: Spanish-Portuguese Club, Treas- urer . . . Winter Carnival. JOHN EDWARD BOWEN . . . Greendale . . . Sociology . . . l'nion Publie Relations Committeeg Ivllltlll House Committee, Cjlllllflliilllg l'nion Directorateg Student Senate Academic Freedom Commission. VIRGINIA LOCISE BOVVMAN . . . VVaunaliee . . . Art Education . . . Dolphins: Pan Hellenic Chorus . . . Delta Gamma. 362 CAROL J. BOYD . . . Berlin . . . Secondary Education . . . Sigma Epsilon Sigma . . . Pi Lambda Theta, JOHN M. BOYD . . . Milwaukee . . . Industrial Management . MHA, Chairman Equipment and lNIaintenance . . . I'.S.l". Vice Presi- dentg S.A.M. General Program Chairman . . . YMCA Cabinet, Public Relations, Secretary of YMCA Dormg AMAQ AIME. WILLIAM E. BOYES . . . Mexico . . . Mechanical Engineering . . . American Society of Mechanical Engineers . . . Polygon Board . . . ASME . . . International Club . . . Tennis . . . C'ln Psi. VIRGINIA B. BOYSON . . . Poysippi . . . Home I'lK'.llll0II1ll:S . . . Phi Ifpsilon Omicron . . . Sigma Epsilon Sigma . . . Omicron Nu . . . Sophomore High Honors Pan Hellenic Chorus ..., A Xlpha Gamma Delta. JEAN M. BRAATZ . . . Sheboygan . . . Related Art . . . Related Art Club . . . Calvary Lutheran Student Council. TOM R. BRADY . . . Bancroft .... -Y griculturc . . . Phi Kappa. STANLEY B. BRAGDON, JR .... Milwaukee . . . Light Building Industry . . . Real Estate and Home Building Association. JEAN BRANDENBLRG . . . Madison . . . Home Economics . Badger . . . Euthenics . . . Homecoming . . . Kappa Delta. FRANCOIS M. BRANDT . . . Delavan . . . English . . . Sigma Epsilon Sigma . . . Phi Beta Kappa . . . French Club . . . Ski Club . . . Sailing Club. VVILLIAM B. BRAUN . . . Milwaukee . . . Commerce . . . Hesperia . . . Wisconsin Players . . . Zeta Beta Tau, President. ROBERT A. BRAUNSCHWEIG . . . VVatertown . . . Commerce . . . Real Estate and Home Building Association . . . Delta Sigma Pi. JEDITH C. BRAVERMAN . . . Chicago, Ill .... Geography . . , Geography Club . . . Student Board . . . Campa . . . VVisconsin Players. . . Theater Committee. THOMAS E. BRAY . . . Whitewater . . . Eleetrical Engineering . . . Eta Kappa Nu . . . American Institute of Electrical Engineers . . . Institute of Radio Engineers. PATRICIA M. BREHM . . . Waukesha . . . Oceupational Therapy . . . Student Representative for Wisconsin Preview Meeting . . . Kappa Alpha Theta. RALPH C. BRENNAN . . . Marshfield . Speech Correction . . , Sigma Kappa Phi . . . Scheders . . . I'nion Games Committee . . . Il" Council . . . Phi Kappa. BERNADINE J. BRENTRVP . . . Plymouth . . . Home Economics . . . lfluthenies Club. ALVENA N. BRILLHART . . . Hobart, Okla .... Secondary Edu- cation . . . Scheders, Vice-President and President. RICHARD H. BRINK . . . Chicago, Ill .... Chemical Engineering . . . Missouri Ifniversity . . . Young Republican Club . . . Freshman Honors . . . Kappa Sigma. LEONARD VV. BRINKINIAN . . . LaCrosse . . . Geography . . . Phi Eta Sigma . . . Sophomore Honors .... Junior Honors . . . MHA, Ath- letie Committee, Public Relations Committee, House Treasurer . . . Campus Chest . . . Blood Drive . . . Orientation . . . Geography Club. FREDERICK G. BROWN . . . Madison . . . Psychology . . . Phi Eta Sigma . .. Orientation . . . Sophomore Honors.. .Alpha Chi Rho. LINN L. BROWN . . . Milwaukee . . . Journalism and Economics . . . Sigma Delta Chi . . . Cardinal . . . Spectator . . . Tarrant House. 363 id BOYD W BROWN, t i . t o of J, y W., 4 as vm. 'GSE M' E i Gil? 'M ,X w A ew. am -S " fr emggw- . ' ,TQIHW if 'ifi iiigt 1 J.. ft. T.. W.. at is E 'Q 1 5 M K at ' as 1 X 'W K . 5 ,V . 3 + MW 5 af N.-Y 4 - Gs" x. ii L zi. . E 'VK f is ' EB? Q vi-' 1 KT y 1s: 4 -- . . . , - '--.1 Q.-5' . , .3-.,s551QS f ,..,..l . f" , - 1 Y 'fe X an .., -K . 4--N - I av 'Q J ,fe-'-' ev. '2T""? BROWN, P. - P BURGESS if ' Q W' ' - .- P .. H Vt . , f lgstagml . . 1 V. - - V .- ' Z. A ' itat, it 2 E L 415, . . 395 , ' 3522.1 f ' i I K M . , ' 1: ,Q K, r :say t t if D i N . .4i'.-5' PllYl,l,l?w'lCll.l.l'lAN ISROVVN . . , 'llOlll2lll . . . linglish licluc-utioii J: l.1ln':n'y Sl'll'IlK'lx . . . liutlvr l'1liv1-rsity . , . Pi licftfi Phi. AYAl,l.Al'l'I li. BROWN . . . Alzltlisun . . . lmlustrizml Psyvlmlogy . . . Provowl Curyw . . . livtzi 'l'hvt:L Pi. HARISA 'l'lCCl,A BRONZI . . . lifvloit . . . Spc-c-Cli . . . AYisr-uiisiu rtyviw. DONALD C'l,AlR lSRl'C'll . , . limioslin .... Al'l'OllllllIlSI . . . Beta Alphxx Psi, ROl5l'lR'l' VV. BRVDICR . . . Pmtrigv . . . Murlwtiiig . . . Blzirlivtingg Chili: Phi lim Signm: Dvltn Sigma Rho . . . St-filmlmmwl tk lSl:ulc-3 Wis- vmusiri Fm'v1wirr llnimm, PI'l'Slll0Ill . . . litem Thvtri Pi. Kl'INNl'lTll CASPICR BRVLICY . . . flllllJIDQXV2l Falls , . . gXt'K'OllI1tll1Q,' . . . Aloha liupym Psi . . . llisurzunr-Q Sovivtyg Nilllt-llllS Sewictyg Navy Glu- Club. HOVVARD lf. liRl'Nl'I . . . xIOI1flIHO11l6' . . . Law . . Phi Alpha Doltai . . . Prcsitlr-lit of l5u:u'cl of TI'LlStl?llS of the lfuivvrsity fb-op. VVll,l,IAlN'I C'l.ARl'INCl'I ISRPNKOVV . . . .lumlzi . . . QlOIHIllP1'l'0 . . MHA Fixmiwe Vorlirnittt-1-. HOVVARD H, liRl'NMl'llR . . . Sl1PlJOy,Q'21Il ..., A ggrir'ultui'v-Civil lfixuiiicwiiig ..., Xruoltl Air Sfwivty: ASCE: ASAIC: Muck Houso, Stllllf'Ilt SllIJ0l'VlSOl' Dormitory Dining Hull. RAMONA THPIRICSE liRl'NNl'lR . . . lieopolis . . Rucrreatioli . . . Nvwmau Clubg lvlll0ll Gunies Committvcg Wiskitsi New Stlulellt W'00k . . . Kappa Delta, Pl'E'Slfl0Ill. MARIE .IOAN BRVSOK . . . Sheboygan . . . Home lCc-mioniivs . . . l'lllfl10l1lf'S Vluh ..,. A WS Style Show . . . CHIIIIIJIIS Czirnivall .... ' Xlplm Chi Omvgxl, Sowizml Cliairmsin. VVll.l"RlCD YVALTIHIR liI'Bl,lTZ . . . Milwziukoo . . . l'Ilw-trim-:il l'lllg'lIll'0l'lllg' . . . Fzlvillt- Housv, Sc-c'1'ct:1i'y: Allilfg IRIC. ALVIN BVCKMANN . . . Milwaukee . . . Af'f'0llI1tlllg. MARGERY JANE BI'CliERlDGPI . . . Slit-lioyguii History, l'Id11c':1tiio11. DANIEL CLYDIC BI'C'liSTAFl" . . . Oshkosh . . . l'l1'OI1OIlllf'S . . Sigum Chi. GORDON T. BUCKTON . . . Milwzuxkvo ..,, -X !'4'OllIlTlllg' . . . ln- s111':1I1c'e Cluhg NIHA Cnmc-111 Cluhg S,-XM . , . Delta Sigma Pi. HARVEY MORTON Bl'DNlCR . . . Milwxullivr- . . . BIClllt'lllL' . , . Phi Eta Sigma . . . Phi livtu linpprx. RICHARD PAl'l, BPNGIC . . Alma-11:1 . . . Mvtlivim- . . . Phi I-It:1 Sigiuzl . . . Mi,Qllf'llt7lI'. lll'GH li. ISPRDICK . . . Lulw Gem-vu . . . Pro-Mvnl K Psychol- ogy . . . lvlllflll rPll021l0l' C'ommitt1-1-. CICCILY ANN RURG . . . Pittshurgli. Pa. , . . Humax l'ft-uimrxiics . . . l'lllfll0lllC'S . . . Kappa Delta, DARLINIC MAIC ISURGICSS . . . Kr-llogg, ltlziho . . . History Edu- r-:ttiuu . . . Crum-ilmlvi Mortzu' liuzxrclz Pi l,:1n1lnl:1 Thvtui Sopliomou- Hm1o1'S . . . Sfllllixllf lifmrcl, l,f-:ull-rsliip flOI1fOl'K'llf'K' Clll2lll'Il1IlIlQ Sl.lC'1 Pre-slsytferizui Stutlt-nt C,lC'llllll' .... A lphu Gammzx Delta. 364 Q 4:53 Q Bzulg flx' salvs l11c-11 put frrl TII1'Dl'0SFlll'U. Registration Blues Aftvr this ormloul, thvse Your f's'1fr':"f Wcfvv got an spot fm' you in tho 7:45 Glass. will bv happy To rvlnx in vlnss Iwxt wevk, BURGY a BYER . .mv .,.,.. wifi -V .t.5.-- -.W flgtfzgiigggf M35 Q . t " Y A ' Q "M 1. an 1 fn. it 3 Q lt . G! ,T 3 h , , t. ta is 1. - L L " ,. 2 Q fa.- ...X sg, If W at ...V 5 J. ali' , fe X 'ig " 4 il 'G' 1' .7-:, Vg l .P 31" it y X . 52: fi 559' in Q' K. X . gs, I .pf 9' 1 s pu ' i C H wt' 0 V V" 9 LDIS li. HVRGY . . . Monrov . . . lNIusit' . . . Sigma Alpha Iota . . . Sigina lilpsilon Sigma . . . Phi Kappa Phi .... X Cappvlla Choir . . . ltniversity Symphony Orchestra ,... Womvn's Chorus . . . Musit- 'l'c-af'li01's National Assoviation . . . 'llournanivnt of Song Division Chairman. IGLLIVIN ISVRKIC . . . Matlisou . . , History . . . VVis4'onsin Playvrs. NANCY li. l5l'RKlCR'l' . . . Ravinv .... V Xppliwl Art . . . Sigma lCpsilon Sigma . . ..Crut'ilmlo . . . Wisconsin Idea, Art Editor . . . WSGA, Fashion Show Chairman . . . Cnion Music- Coininittcv . . . Union Gallvry Coin- nnttve , . . Senior Swingzout, Stutlt-nt Committvo on Bonn-Wisconsin Affiliation, Chairman . . . Kappa Kappa Gannna, Troasurer. NANCY M. Bl'RMElS'l'l'IR . . . Michlh-ton . . . Ifnazlish . . . Luthcrn Stutlvnt Association . . . Dt-lta Zota. JDHN C. lH'liNl'lTT . . . St. fi0l'IH2llll . . . Journalism . . . l'nivs-r- sity of North Dakota . , . SCtlllD211'Ql antl Blatlo . . . Spoons-r House, Sc-t'1'otai'y, troasurvi' . . . Tau Kappa Epsilon. BARBARA A. Bl'RNHAM . . . VVaupar'a . . . Ovcupational Therapy . . . Orfvupational Thorapy Cluh . . . MHA CUIHIHOIIS cl0I1'1I11iiit'G :intl Ctrntral Social Cornmittt-1-3 Dolta Gannna. MARY BVRNHAM . . . Mit-higan City, lntl .... Spoerh Correc- tion . . . Sigma Kappa Phi. Vit-t--Pmsitlciit . . . Dolphins . . . Delta. Gamma. ALLICN M. BVRNS . . . Sc-yinour . . , Chemistry. DANIEL J. BURNS, .IR .... Kaukauna . . . Law . . V. Gamma Eta Gamma, Prvsiflvnt . . , lixvcfiltivo Council of tho Law School Assori- ation, Trl-asurei' . . . Moot Court Competition. JANE B. ISCRPICIC . . . liclgvrtoli . . . Homo I'lfTOI10lHlCS Iiclucation . . . Phi l'psilon Omicron . . . Home lflvonomics High School Day . . . Svnior Counvil, Orientation, Vniou Crafts Committvog Prom Ban- quvt Chairman: Big Tc-n Dorm COI1i.CI'l'Ilf'OI lClizabeth VVate'rs, Treas- uror . , . Alpha Phi. JOHN C. Bl'RPl'll'l , . . Iidgvrton . . . Speovh . . . Daily Cardinal . . . Batlgvr . . . lnsuranve Sorioty . WHA, Proclllrttion Staff . . . Provost Corps . . . Proin Puhlivity Coxnmittc-v . . . Beta Thcta Pi. MARSHALL C. BVRROVVS . . . Plainfield . . . Agricultural lin- ginovr .... ' Alpha Zvta ..., A SAIC. l+IltlZABl'ITH 15. BURTON . . , Wtvlisttii' Groves, Mo ..... lournal- iSIll . . . Colorado Collvge . . . Cardinal . . . VVisr'onsin ltlva . . . Prom, Decoration Chairman. . . AWS Promotions Chairman, Panhcllenic' Counril . . . Kappa Kappa Gamma. JAMES li. BCRIYLL . . . Stoughton .... A grim-ulturv .. . . Sacltlle anrl Sirloin . . . Lutlwraii Student. Assoviation . , . Amorivan Sovioty ot Military l'Ir1ginoo1's . . . Boxing. HAROLD N. BVSCHKOPF . . . lVIt'Farland . . . Pharmacy. JOYCE A. HVSH . . . Madison . . , Home l'lm'onomic's . . . Colorado A ah M . . . VVaylantl Cluh . . . Svliotlt-rs . . . Dt-lta Dvlta Dvlta. MARSHALL R. RUSS . . . Carolina . . . Hvonomirs . . . Chi Phi. lCl.I,liN D. BVSSIC . . . liirrliwootl . . . Social VVork . . . Bluv Shit-lal . . . Sovial VVorli Cluh . . . lntlia Assoviation . . . Int.vrnational Club. RUISISRT A. ISVSSIC . , , Oxfortl . . . COIHIlll'l'l'G antl Finanvt- . . l"inam'v Sorioty. SHARON BI'S'l'lCR . . . VVauwatosa . . . Home Evonoinirs . . . Ph i l'psilon Oinirron . . . Pi Bvta Phi, Rushing Qfllillfllllill. VVIIJAIAM J. HYICR . . . Glvnvif-w, lll .... Animal Hushanmlry . . Phi Kappa, Tri-asurer. 31-It JOAN MAR IE BYRNE . . . Milwaukee .... Xpplied Arts . . . Sigma Lambda . . . Humorology. ROBERT ARTHVR CADWELL . . . Milwaukee . . . Labor Man- agement .... -X lpha Phi Omegag Insurance Society . . . Chairman MHA Store Committee: Treasurer MHA Alumni Committee, SAM. MARY F. CAFEERTY . . . Madison . . . Applied Arts , . . VVSCA Style Showg Orientation . . . Alpha Phi. JAMES VINCENT CALABRESA , . . Milwaukee . . . Agriculture. DONALD EDWARD CALDART . . . Kenosha . . . Commerce Ac- counting . . . Phi Eta Sigmag Beta Alpha Psi . . . Noyes House President, Vice-President, Treasurer: Secretary of House Presidentls Council: MHA Stores Committee. .IEANNE LOUISE CALDWELL . . . Madison . . . Home Economics Education . . . Phi Ifpsilon Omicron . . . Orientation Sub-Chairman: Prom Sub-Chairman: Winter Carnival Sub-Chairmang Wiskitsg Ifnion Campa . . . Alpha Chi Omega. RICHARD DORLAND CALDWELI .... Rhinelander .... A eeount- ing . . . Delta Epsilon . . . Dormitory Blood Chairman: Orientation: MHA Central Social Chairman . , . Alpha Kappa Psi. JOHN KEVIN CALLAHAN . . . VVestHeld . . . Accounting . . . Phi Eta Sigmag Beta Alpha Psi . . . Vilas House Presidentg House Presi- dent's Councilg MHAg Down Campus Committee, Store Com- mittecg Insurance Society. STEPHEN FREDRICK CANFIELD . . . Sparta . . . Correctional Administration , . . Ripon College . . . Campus Chest . . . Rifle Team. ALBERT DAVID CARLSON . . . VVauwatosa . . . Chemical En- gineering . . . Phi Eta Sigmag Phi Delta Upsilon. CURTIS W. CARLSON . . . lylarinettc . . . Law . , . William Timlin Legal Society, Chairman. Secretary . . . Wayland Club. ELGENIA CARROLL . . . Winnetka. Ill .... Spanish . . . Sigma Delta Pi, President, Secretary: Badger: WAC Council of WSGA . . . Entertainers' Guildg SLIC Sub Committeeg Dogrin Party Secretary . . . Pi Beta Phi. DANIEL F. CASEY . . . Greendale . . . Milwaukee Extension . . . Commerce . . . Society for the Advancement of Management. CLARENCE A. CASSON . . . Racine . . . Journalism . . . Varsity voice . . . Haresfoot Club: Wisconsin Playersg Racine Extension Playersg Racine Extension Student Council . . . Alpha Delta Sigma. RICHARD CATLIN . . . Madison . . . Medicine . . . Phi Iota Epsilon . . . Haresfoot Club . . . Theta Delta Chi . . . Nu Sigma Nu. MARIAN CATTOI . . . Hurley . . . Art Education . , . Sigma Epsilon ggpiag Sigma Lambda, Secretary: Pi Lambda Theta . . . Alpha Gamma e ta. CATHERINE HARRIET CAVANAVGH . . , Whitefish Bay . . . Home Economics . . . Delta Delta Delta. VERA ANNE CERNY . . . Racine . . . Education . . . Daily Cardinal . . . Newman Clubg Schcdersg Far East Asian Atifairs: Inter- national Club. ' JOHN ATWATER CHADBOVRN . . . Columbus . . . Economics . . . Provost Corps . . . Union Music Committee . . . Psi Upsilon. HARRY ARTHLR CHALEKIAN . . . Racine . . . Education . . . Pl1i Eta Sigma . . . House Athletic Chairman: MHA Cabinet Rcp- resentative. ROBERT GERALD CHAMBERS . . . Milwaukee .... lournalism . . . Sigma Delta Chi . . . Octopus: C'ardinal . . . Hooters. 3157 BYRNE A CHAMBERS 3 fn A Q- karl 4-N lil 4' N 44 . at ..: -l.V , . C fy E 9 gt -'-Ii Q , . -.-:i, - A A . ..'t 3 ' A ::: - f . . . CHANCELLOR CLEVELAND X hr fi , -i Ni, 3563, A 4XfQ..:L.5:g, vg'k'f'V I I H Q4 NA G- K' E livlg . . KL W ' p I Nez' . s 'I '.'a. - .M -.. - K., EL I 'X ""' iv px 'Q V ii. . - , , WILIIIIAM J. CIIANCICIILOR . . . Mt. Horolm . . . Agiicultural lin- gIlIlt't'l'lllQ.I . . . Alpha Zn-ta ...A ' AI'I1Cl'lf'21ll Sovir-ty of Agrir'ultui'al lin- g.flllt'01'S. Alilil-IRT .IOSICPII CHANDIGK . . . Milwaukc-0 . . . Pharniacy . . . Kappa Psi . . . VVisc-onsin Pll2ll'lllIlt'Cl1lII'tll Soc-ic-ty .... ' Xniei'ic'an Phar- I1l2lt'0lllII'2ll Assoviation: Iloofvrs. ROISICRT CHICLOVICH . . . Chivago. Ill .... Pl1i11'IllIlK'V . . . Kappa Psi. RVDY CHICRKASKY ..., I Xpplvtou ..., I AgQl'lt'fllltlll'l' . . . liaclgorg Carilinali Octopusg Band: O1't'llf'Sil'2i. KICITH DONALD CHIGRNI-I . . . Milwaukc-o . . . Mochanim-al lin- ginvering . . . Swimming Tvaln: Dolphins: W Cluh. PIICTRO K. CHIICLLO . . . Waukesha . . . liconoinivs. TING IISIN CHIN . . . Taipoi, Taiwan, China . . . EleCt,rir'al En- ginf-ering ...A ' XlI'lEg IRl'l . . . Newman Club: Chinr-so Student As- soviation. FIIORIAN DONALD CHLEBROWSKI . . . Pulski . . . Agriculture- economic-s ANN CHRISTFINSICN , . . Glc-ncov, Ill .... Political Science. ICRIC T. CHRISTOPHICRSON . . . Madison . . . English . . . Crew. RICHARD L. CHUDIK . . . Milwaukee . . . Economics . . . Sigma Alpha Iipsilon, 'I'x'easurvi'. TICRRY CHVDNOFF . . . Milwaukee . . . Corrcr-tional Adminis- tration. JOHN .IAY CH YLIC . . . Wauwatosa . . . Geology . . . Geology Cluh . . . Travkq Tennis . . , Theta Delta Chi. PETER .IACK CICIILA . . . Madison . . . Idcrmomivs . . . Frcslinian Ifoothall . . . Insuranvv Society . . . Delta Sigma Pi. IIAVVRICNCE CIIANCY . . . Iiast Troy . . . Politival Sviviive . . lVIilitai'y liall, Chairman: Prom: Rand . . . Chi Psi. PATRICIA ANN CLANCY . . . Drs-xol Hill, Pa .... Zoology . . . Wilson Collcgv . . . Kappa Alpha Theta. ROBICRT CARTER CLARK , . . Mailisou . . . Pharmac'y . . . Phi lflta Signing Rho Chip Kappa Psi . . . Sc-ahharcl and Rladeg Wisvonsin PlltlI'II12ll'l'lliIf'21l Soviet-y3 Unitvll Stuflvnt Followship, Deacon: Orion- tation. ROBERT .IOSICPH CLARK . . . lVIILIllt0W0t' . . . l'ldur'ation . Uclisnc-r Housr-. Prosirlvlit: Mvnls Halls Chorus. RITA M. CLIGASBY . . . Madison .... I Xin:-ric-an Institutions . . . Sigma l'lpsilon Sigmag Cruc'ibls-g Mortar Boarclg Phi Kappa Phi . . . l'nivc-rsity Chorus. CHARIIICS HICNRY CLIQMONS . . . Iialw Gvueva . . . I'l4'Ol1OIl1ll'S . . . Sc-nior Counvilg Campus Carnival: Humorologyj Campus Chvstg Coniiiimw-o Turnout: Ilf' Counvil . . . Dvlta Sigma Pi. WI'ISI.l'IY RAYMOND CI,I+lVl'Il.AND, .IR .... Waterloo . . . lico- uomivs . . . Dclta Sigma Pi. 368 J 1' ff' I I Clulr lu 1 lllll ., 1 .Ish KX gg CLINE COSHUN THC? wg V .LM ' -- ' Q :.,, .:,.,.,, f if , ' , 56 k E522 'U ,-5 1 K " . V Q 4' 'mx , rl' , ,,kC:f K ' 5 ' 'uf --A f 55, ' S .1 ,i m S 'Q 2- L VV in 31 S fmil mlulxf L 1 A 1 at 4 Sv kyhrj ,k,. , K, ',.-7 kL,.,6 or ll lx Q ii 2 S fd auf isa Emi J Sitting um' out :it mimi of tlw I'nion7s 1-:lily full mlzunc-vs. 111111, ,iuorv iww iiivilclsliips urn- Illtiliih Getting Acquainted ...apr 1- liaulgm-1' Club opvu lioiisv. VVilUl'K' thi- girls gilt :nvqiiziilitr-11 with the boys. .i if Hi VVv 370 XVUif'4lII1l'Yj'flll to Tho Ivlliilll UIWII housv liuvv an goml Im SANDRA ANN COTA . . . Gillvlt .... lournalism . . . Mount- Mary Collc-go . . . Coranto. THEODORE E. CRARR . . . .lancsvillo ...A A mm-ic'an Institutions . . . Iron Cross . . . Daily Cartlinal, Editor, Managing Editor: Carmlinal Roarml of Control, Pwsimlmitg IIIIIOII IDIl'Cf'l0l'llif', Presimlvntig l'nion Councfil, Prvsidentz Student Lifo and Interests Cormnittf-0: SLIU Pulm- livations Sul,-Colmnitte-oz Studi-nt Svnatc- . . . Beta Theta Pi, DENNIS D. CRARTREE . . . Madison . . . .lournalism . . . llaros- foot: Entvrtaincrs' Guild. DAVID GEORGE CRAIG . . . VVaukvslia . . . Dairy Huslmanclry . . . Wesley I"ounrlat.i0ng Saddlr- and Sirloin Clubg 4-H Clulmg Future Farnwrs ol' Ainc-rivag Blume Shim-lcl . . . Delta Theta Sigma. .IODELL LOUISE CRAMER. . . . Milwaukee . . . IJUUIIDILI-l0ll21l Therapy . . . 0.T. Club: Wiskits: Wintvr Carnivalg P2lIlll6'lll'lliI7 Chorus . . . Alpha Gamma Delta. ROBERT DWIGHT CRANDALL . . . Nlonrou . . . Rusinvss Aclmin- istration . . . Phi Dolta Theta. VINCENT CHARLES CRANE, .IR .... Tomah . . . Pharmavy . . . Kappa Psi . . . Wisvonsin Plia1'nia4'vutim'al Association . . . Alpha Sigma Phi. RICHARD CHARLES CREAGER . . . Mamlison . . . Clif-rnistry and Imlustrial Managvnic-nt .... ' Xlpha Phi Omc-ga, VIVO-PI'f'SidOIli . . . Hooforsg Stutlent, Svnatvi SLIC Sub-Committ1-1' on I'lI'Zltl'l'Il2ll Sovivtivs and Social Life, Co-Chairman: Campus RMI Cross: I-I" Congrvas, View-P1'vSifl0l1t .... ' Xvavia. ROBERT E. CROAKE .... I ann-svillcf . . , Finanvo . . . Bvta Thvta Pi. ALAN HERBERT CROMER . . . Chivago, lll .... Physivs . . . Phi Eta Sigma . . . ISA I"iX1'l'llilVl' Counvil. ELIZABETH PERCY CRONE . . . Summit, Nvw .lwsvv . . . Phvs- ival Etlucation . . . OI'K'llt'SIS, Prvsiclvnt .... A lpha Gamima Dm-ltai PHILLIP EDGAR CRVMP . . . Lalw Mills .... A Xvcounting . , Beta Alpha Psi . . . MHA Chorus . . . Kappa Sigma. FREDERICK HOWARD CCLVER , . , Eau Clairv , . . Civil En- gim-vi'i11g . . . Tau Rota Pi. Prosillenti Chi Epsilon . . . ASCE: Poly- gon Board. NORMA F. CVRTIN . . . Port CII10Sll'I', N, Y .... Emluvation . . . International Affairs Committvo, Svc'1'c:t:n'yg F11-11r'l1 Clulng WSGA . . . Pi Beta Phi. FLORENCE CPSHMAN . . . Madison . . . English. MICHAEL BERNARD CWAYNA . . . Slim-boygan . . . Einanvs- . . . lfootlmall . . . Dc-lta Sigma Pi. NORRERT I". CYWINSKI . . . DvP4'1'1- . . . Che-niistry . . . Phi Lamlicla l'psilon, Se-c'1'vta1'y .... Xmcrivan Chi-mival Sovivtyi Nvwman Clulv . . . Alpha Chi Sigma. MARK RAYMOND DAIILINGER . . . Milwaulu-v .... lournalism . . . Fallows Housv, Sem-ra-tary . . . Sigrma Dc-lta Chi. MICHAEL CHARLES DALY . . . Wisvonsin Rapids . . . IIlSllI'ilIlC'll . . . liaslwtlmall: "Vi" Club: lnsuranm- Sovim-ty . . . Kappa Sigma. PI'0Sltll'11i. MICHAEL JOSEPH D'AMORE . . . Milwaulwm- . . . Pharniavv . . . Kappa Psi . . . Vliwonsin Phal'lnac's-utic'al Sovivtyg Amvrivaii Pll2lI'IIlilf'0l1ili'Ill Association. JAMES HAROLD DANCE . . . XYauwatosa . . . lNIvtallurgif'al En- glIll'4'I'lll2 . . . Phi Eta Sigma . . . I-F. ,IIl'OtlSl1l'0l'1 .'AIIll'1'if'2lll Founmlry- mc-n's Son-i4-ty. PIWSIJIUIIT . . . Pi Kappa Alpha. P11-siilviit. 371 COTA A DANCE x, ix "' -fs 1, ie ,X td Q' s X :Qi .. sew.: ,. it 1 'rr' A ' 4 , 'L i 51 S I, 7.33, 353352 K .Zi H 1 fl it-Q. . .v'i -wifi: fi l tfifiigifw 'z - I .sri ' A val I W A . ..,'3,f- K A ., ff-V. A ,Z M3 ww' -- , j . 5' it x s e '2 ft! J K 3 x , E '-3... DANEIKO - if x Q DEMETER ff ,.,. W, ,in X! Eiifff I A-1? fy, I ""' -M M qw - . f 1 e x 98- M , , 5: " I W ,. gym? gf ,- . iw T x 2 E351 gg A-93 I S143 A E' 3 T27 gg .,,,, . X , gf'-'fm I I 3553 X i 'IEXEYIV 4 . 'Wm surf? "" 4? . if A DONNA MAIC DAXICIKO . . . Hihhingz. Minn .... Mvclir-:il Twh- nology ...A ' Alpha Dvltu The-t,:1. S'l'lCPHI'IN DICZIICI, DAIILING .... Applvtuii . . . C'I1c'111istry . . . Snplioluurc- IIoiioi's: Phi Iiaiiiilnln Vpsiluii ..., Alpha Chi Sigma. LARIIY OTTO DASSUVV . . . Mmliorcl . . . .AfIl'If'llIIlll'i" .,.. -A lphrl Zvtzi . . . I"l1fl1l'K' I'11il'I1IOI'S of Ame-i'ir':1. S4'K'I'4'i2lI'yI Iiiflz- T1-:img C':1l- vziry IIlllIlUI'2lIl SIIICIPIII C'c-nits-r. Pl't'SI1Il'llI. lCI.IZAl5IC'I'H THOMPSON DAVICY . . . Mmlismi . . . Vhihl Dm-- vvlupiiiviit . . . I'11ivc1'sity Clmrils. ? . I '1 Sl'S.-XX KIQIQFIC DAVIDSON . . , Iil'l'I'Il Iiuy .... Ai11v1'i1':m Insti- '-vi tutions, Sm-iolugy . . . Sigma Iipsilun Signm. ii -.-....-, --::. . "'E:'?k'if , Q W, A ,, 1.""' I f 'lbs' WARREN DOUGLAS DAVIDSON . . . Milwaiukw . , . Meedim-:nl Sf.'If'IlC'i' . . . Phi Ifln SIQIIIIIIIS0DIlUIl1fJI'U High IImm1's: Phi Brita Kappa: - 1 Ifpsiluii . . . Mc-rlic-lm11': XOIIIILI Dviiimwzitsi SAMA. III'iIiI5I'lIl'I' VVYXX DAVIHS , . . IIIIIWIPII P1':iil'i0. Ill .... Ilulitivul Svim-iiw , . . VIIVZIVIQ . . . VV:lyl:1mI CIIIIP. .IANIIQS IIICNRY DAVIICS, .IR .... Milwulikc-el . . . Ix'Ii'I'Il21IlII':lI Ifrigiiivwiiig . . . Pi Tau Sigma .... A1111-ric-:in I'10lIllIII'VIIl2'lD,S Sovivty. Sc-c'i'c+t:1i'y-'I'l'0:1sl111-1'3 .AIlIl'I'Il'2lIl Suvivty of IVIM-Iiaiiiiml ICilgii1vvi's, If'OIiICS'I' If. DAVIS . . . Mzulisuii . . . II21f'I1I'IUI'Ui'SC'I4'Ilf'C' .... Af'au'i:1. MAIIIIIYX .IANICT DAVIS. . .NVz111wa1toS:1. . .Om'i1p:ltiori:il TIl0l'ilIlj' . . . Milwziiikw Dmvm-1' Uollvgv . . . UT VIIIID. SIIIIILICV .IICAX DIAWIIIJIV . . . MZLKIISKJII . . . IIOIIIP I'Il'0IlOIIlIf'S . . , A C':1pp0ll:1 Choir: fhillvry IIOIHIIIIIIVPI VV1-sh-y IRUIIIICIQIIIOII, Vim-- I'i'c-sich-lit. I I4"I'I'I'IA A, DAVVSUN . . . Iowa City. Iowa . . . IIlI1'l'IlIiIIlDIl21I Iii'- I I Izntinns . . . IIDIUII Plihlim- Rn-lntioiis c1l7IHIIIIIIl'I'f Dunn Assm-iution I Uniiiiiittm-v . . . Kappa Kappa Gzuiinm. GI'IOIiGlC MVRIIAY Dl'Il5Kl'IX .,.. lzmcsvilh- . . , Law. .IOSICPII .IAMICS DIiX'IiI'IR . . . Slim-huygzm . . . PI12lI'Ill:ll'y . . . Kappa Pwi. JOHN DI'II,MAli IJICUICX . , . SIlf,'DUA'g2lI1 . . . Pli:u'in:u-y . . . Kappa Psi. C'AliI, U. IJICGXICH . . . NIiIW2lllIil'1' . . . IAIt'4'IIillIIl'IlI Ifliigiiwc-i'iiig IAIIIW:lllIi0l' IGXIPIISIUII ...I ' ASME. WII,I.IAM JAY DICHXICI ,... VVz1us:x11 . . . Iiusim-ss .AlIIHIIlISII'1lIIOIl. IIOVV,-XIII! C. DICLCUIIPS . . . Nlumlismu .... ACUOIIIIIIIIII, .... Alpha Kay Pi Smintx fm Ihr Ml ii cu nt ' ut lpn s : .' ' ' I. V: ir'-1 c- oi RIIIIIAIQUIIIQ' . ANXAIXIAIC DI'lI.I"ICIiIJ . . . Mayvillr- . . . Sl'I'DlllI21l'y Iimliivutioii . . . IVuiiivii's CIIIUFIISI I'nivvrsity Chrnwisg Nvwinzni C'hih: VVisc'01isiii I'l:1yc-rs. DONALD ANTHONY DI'II.WIi'Hl4I . . . Sllll P1':1i1'if' . . . CIIITIIIIUZII I'IIlgIl10l'I'IIlg ...I A1114-i'ic':111 Institute- uf C'lic-liiim-:il I'IIlQ2,'Ill0f'l'SQ IIoofvrs: ctillllfxfil IIIIIIJI I"l'0SI1IIl2lll fJI'Il'IlI21II0ll Wvvk . . . Alpha f'hi Sigma. MARY DICMI'I'I'I'IR . . . Blilwnlikw- .... Xpplic-QI Arts . . . IVIUVIIII' liorurclg Sigma I.:imhfI:i, . . . WIISUUIISIII Irh-:iq Gzillvry Coimiiittcf-. 372 MARILYN .IOYUIC IHCINIMICII . . . cll'00Il Iiny . . . Chilcl Dvvvlup- me-ut . . . I'llllIli'Illl'SQ Dolphiiisi Uricntzxtion. , GICRALDDI'INNl'INl4l'IRG...lN'Iilw:u1k1-c-... Iiziw .. . Fill:111c-vSur'i- vtyi 770 Chili, lfiitf-1'tziiii1i1c-lit c'll2lIl'IH2lll . . . Phi Siglnzi llvltzi. .IAIHICS ALAN DICNSMOOII . . . INIIIVIQOSIIII .... Xriimnl IIllSlJ2l!lllI'y . . . Smlmlle :incl Sirlniii flllllll Ag Stull:-nt C'mmc'il .... Xlphn flilllllllil Rho, Pl'f'Slfll'lll, DEMMER --' DONCHECK DOROTHY IJICNTON . . .fl0lllll1lJl21,S. C, .... lim-m'm-:nlioil . . . HooI'4-rs. GABIIIICIA I"li.'XNK IHC ILXNGO . . , Kvliosliu .... NCCUIIIIIIIIQZI . . . ,gm V IIool'v1's. 'Q' IIICHARIJ JOHN llli 'I'I'IliVII,I,lf . . , Gr:-4111 Buy . . . PllilI'IIltlf'y 1 . . . Wisconsin PllI1l'lIl2ll'f'lllll'2tI Sovivly. MADICLYN l+:l,AIx1c l'DIG'l'TMANN . . . miukwmmgu . . . niiwlmn- ii 5 "A1 ' , clisiug . . . CIVIIIIL flUIIlIHllll'l'I lilltlleliivsl HllIll4lI'OItJ1Ij'. K 4 PHYLLIS A. IDETTMANN . . . Milwauikev . . . PllIl.l'IHiLI'y . . . Wis- aw VUIIFIII Pl1Lll'l11IlC'0llllK'tll ,Xssovizitimli Kappa Epsilon, Pl'C'SlllUIlI . . . I A6 Delta Ilvltax IV :. ""' '- .,,: .. " NORMA .loycfn DIAMOND . . . nil-iimomi Hill. N. Y ..... x mmm- I pulogy . . . Intv1'1i:1tiui1z1l Fluid: N..X..,X.ff.P. IJONAXLIJ LICO DII'ITMI'IYl'IR . , . XVIIIISIIII . . . ICIvr't1'ir':1l I'I11qir1n-c11'- ing . . . lim Kappa N113 Soplioniore High Hmmrsg Tau Iir-tai Pi . . . Institutv of Rzidio I'Il1gi1wv1's: Polygon liozml. Nw. 1 -fr ..p" .4--x Qs fs. l"RElJl'IIiICTK HDVVQXRIJ DIGICIIT . . . NIIIIVHIIIKPC' . . . Gm-ulugy . . . Ge-ology Club. I5.XRI5.XR,-X .IOYCIC IJINKIQI 4... C'l1ippr'w:L Falls . . , ICdu4':llin11 . . . Alpha Thi Onivgam. IIARRY CI,YDI1I DISBRUYV . . . VVZIIISZIII . . . Civil I'lllI.flI1PK'l'lllg' . . . ASCTIN.. LYLIC IVIHIQIJIIICIQ IJOISISICICIQIG . . , Oshkosh . . . Plmrliilu-y, lCI'GI'lNIC Z. IJODIJ . . . Iizivim- . . . l'I4l114':itim1 . . . I5:1Llgv1'2 Octopus. IJICAN IJICLII IJOICLI A... Mmlisoli . . . Soil CIOIISITVIII-lfill. I,l'ION .XLBICRT llOI.NIC'Ii . . . NIIIWIIIIIQOI' . . . Iivmm Vs . . . Q Alpha IJ4-lm Signizi . . . Curmliiiail, News ICclitm'3 Octopus . . . Filmlic-1' Q ' f Suviely: I'IOIlH'l'0IYllllg. Fir1:u1c'0 flllIllI'IHIlIl, A1'r:n11gQI1w11ts: Prom. 1 - fi kg' livity C'l1:iirm:u1: II:1rc-sfout Follivs. .Xl'l'i1llIl,'l-'ITIUIIIS f'I1:1irm:111: Cami ms ,V':- A 'fn' Clzmrnivail, QIUIIPHII flllIllI'lll2lllI 770 Club, MC: Phi Sign :1 -tu, "sl in IICIII. Iil+ITTl'Z I.. IJUI.Y.X . . . INIIHIISUII . . . Iil'f'I'f'2l ' . . .. ' ' ' s. IIUISIQIVII ICIIVYAIIIJ IJUNIICK . . . IlI'fMlIlt':l1l . , . I'll'UllUll1ll'S . . . I11sl11':1m-1- Sur-ic-Ty: MHA .Vlilm-tiv Uoriiixiittml. IJONALI7 iXI,I.l'lN IIOMROSIC . . . AIIIXYIIIIIQPU . . . M1-1:1ll111'g1ir':. I'lIlfI,llll'l'I'lllQ,' , . . AIMICZ ASM: MHA flllUl'l1Q. ' .unix M. llONCHl4,L'li I . . Tw., iam-VS . . I A1211-lu-lim , . . emu- jf Marla-Lilig .XSSfN'I2llllIll, X,Ii'l'-PI'l'SI4IKllll. g ai' A: IW- ' ' if IQ E -.5 5 . mic P ilu ,gk I f 1 IMI P11 1 lion Illllllil Iyflljllllll I . I I if f ? ff ' X3 I ' xr r A -.Si N Ill i ik is in 3 Ex, , 'Q iz' DORN e- ECKERT we at Hu J- xg' N . - f "" L. Q" A . ii E H Q ' 'K A fiifiilii 5 X ,f ,151 in L , 5' 'Z Q- If W ' .e.r . . Q , . .73 9 Md, ' M 4 l :ri t ' 2 X t 3 I, x RALPH GEORGE DORN . . . Milwaukee . . . Meflieine . . . Phi l',ta.Sigma: Phi Beta Kappa: Sophomore High Honors . . . Merli- flll0ll'1 SAMA . . . Nu Sigma Nu. ANNA IWAY DOLDLAH . . . Brooklyn . . . Oeeupational Therapy . . . PE Club: Oeeupational Therapy Club, Seeretary: VVAA, Treas- urer: VViskits. VVILLIAM DOLGLAS . . . Milwaukee . . . Meehanieal Engineering . . . SAE . . , Phi Gamma Delta. WILLIAM GEORGE DREVVS , . . Green Lake . . . Marketing . . . Marketing Club . . . Tau Kappa Epsilon, Vive-President, President. DONNA MAY DRILI .... Prineeton . . . Medieal Teehnology . , Alpha Delta Theta. President , . . Alpha Gamma Delta. THOMAS .IAINIES DROLGHT . . . lfox Point . . . Politieal Seienee . . . Provost Corps: l-E Couneil . . . Sigma Alpha Epsilon. President. JAMES A. DRYDEN . . . Milwaukee . . . Speeeh. DOHNA JEAN DCEHR . . . Madison . . . Applieml Art . . . Gainmt Alpha Chi: Sigma Lambda . . . Delta Zeta. PATRICIA ANN DHMMER . . . Milwaukee . . . Eclueation Psychology Club. RICHARD IRVINE DVMMER . . . Parrleeville . . . Ameriean ln- stitutions . . . Phi Eta Sigma . . . Cardinal . . . Sigma Chi. RLTH KATHRYN DIINHAM . . . VVauwatosa . . . Memlieal Teeh- nology ...A A lpha Delta Theta. MARJORIE ANN Dl'RlilN , , . Milwaukee . . . History. DAVID JOSEPH DYHDAHL . . . Hlaek Earth . . . Agrieulture . Pershing Rifles. BEVERLY ROSE DYRHOVD . . . Kenosha .... A rt Etlueation . . . Milwaukee Extension . . . Sigma Epsilon Sigma: Pi Lambda Theta . . . NSA: Sigma Lambda: Gallery Committee: University Chorus: A Cappella Choir. DENNIS FRANK DZICZKOWSRI . . . VVest Allis . . . Pharmaey . . . Rho Chi: Wisconsin Pharmaeeutieal Soeiety .,.. - Xmerir-an Phar- maeeutieal Association. Student Branch President . . . Kappa Psi, President. JANE LOUISE EARLE . . . Milwaukee . . . Home Eeonomirs Milwaukee Downer College . . . Pi Beta Phi. E. LARRY EBERLEIN . . . W3.llSILll , . . Law . . . Phi Eta Sigma, Sophomore Honors: Senior Honors . . . W'iseonsin Law Review: Ifnion Danee Committee Chairman: 770 Committee, Chairman: Danskeller , . V, . I Y . . . . f . Committee, Chairman: IJIIIOII IjlI'0l'fOl'2tt-QQ Wiseonsln Players: Orien- tation: Campus Carnival. NANCY ELAINE ECKBLAD . . . New Riehmoncl . . . Child De- velopment . . . Badger: House Committee: Library Committee: Vui- versity Chorus . . . Delta Zeta. CHARLES KEIYYON ECKELS, JR .... Hartford ...A A nimal Hus- balidry . . . Phi Eta Sigma: Alpha Zeta: Sophomore Honors . . . Country Magazine, lioarfl of Control President: Sarlmlle anml Sirloin Club: Ag Student. Couneil: Orientation: Campus Chest . . . Alpha Gamma Rho, President. JEANNE H. ECKELS . . . Vl'auwatosa ...A Xpplieml Art . . . Crafts Committee. GORDON LEE ECKERT . . . Milwaukee . . . Ivlemlieine . . . Phi Eta Sigma . . . Phi Beta Pi. 374 Buvky wishurl luck to tho I3af1gv1's e-:u'l1 gzuuc- in tho Haclgm-1' Bloclis first season. U! Rah! Rah! for the Football Season No B:1clgo1' will 4-X'l'l' 1' 111' gc-1 sirlgillg "Varsity" O 111'. tx x'1J . fl1l'QC '... Curfls . . . Vp. bf' '52 l Q 30 W it X EDGARTON - ELDRED if '23 - i Lx, ., 6 i ,f. i i E 7 sw A .QP Y , ,- ,S . ,435 a li 'tw MARY JO EDU,-XIKTON . . . Foml flu Lac' . . . linglisll . . . Kappa V lxuppa Chuiimzi. ' C llifllf C'LAltI'INC'l'l HDGICS . . . cll'I'PI1 lizny .... lournzilism . . of V. V C':u'cl111:1l: Lmon Blusir' Uommittl-r'. if ' V 1 v w . .,A, ' fv,vXliOI.'lW-. lulilflzli . . . Plymouth . . . lutvrn:xtiou:il li9l21ll0IlS . . . slglllii l2IlSll0I1.SIf.flll2i. Pr:-Sid:-lit: Phi llc-tai Kappa: Phi Kappa Phi: ,E hophoniorv High Honors . . . lntc-rn:1tio11:1l Club: cl0I'fI1illl Clulig RHFSIHII C'luh . . . Gzinnua Phi Pwtzi. iii? -4 1' wr?" si' ll 31 '....,! JAMES IVRANK ICFF,-X . . . XVZIIISIHI . . . l'lf'0IlUlIllf'S . , . S.-XM: Radio Clulm . . . Sigma Phi lipsilon. lll'lJOLPH .IOSICPH l'Xll'lNl'lll . . . lXI2lfllSllIl . , . Sociology. HOVVAIIID-JOHN l'IGGlCllT . . . Slmwzzuo . . . lVI0r'l1:111ir':1l l'lllglI1f'f'l'- mg . , . xylSf'0llSlIl l'l11g'lIlt'!'I' . . , 'l'1'i:111pjlv. ISAICBARQX Ll'lI'l lCGLlN . . . C'liic'z1go, lll .... B11-rlit-:il Tvvlmology . . . Alpha Dvltzi 'l'l1vt:1 . . . Kappa Dc-lt:1. l'Il.lZ.-XBl'l'l'HV.XNN HIll,ERS . . . Tllimisvillcf . . . Owllpzitioiml Tllf-rztpy . . . Dolphins: Of't'up:1tio11:il 'l'lwi':1py C'lulm: Clzuwlimilg Wintf-1' clZll'lllV2ll, Skating fll1ZllI'IllIlIl. QRVILLIC WlLLlAM IGHRH,-XRDT , . . South Byron . . . Movhziri- u':nl l'lllglllN'l'll1f.f . . . Pi Tatu Signm: Tau llvtzl Pi .... XSMIC. lil'lllN.XlilD NORMAN l'IHliM.'XN . . . B12illlSOll , . . flUYlllIl0I'C'0. ALVIN MICHAICL ICICHLHR . , . Milwziulu-v . , . lVI0l,2lllllI'glf'2ll linigiiic-c-1'i11g . . . Mining :uid lXfIm-tullui-gy Cluh: AIMIC: ASM . . . Sigma Dvltu OIIIUQII, MARION J. lllllflilflll . . . lizwinv . . . Zoology . , . llipon Uollfigv. JOHN P.Xl'L l'IlMlillMAN . . . VV:u1w:1toS:1 . . . Fiiiaulvc- . . . Soph- omorv Honors . , . Chi Phi, Xr'lt'l'-Pl'6Sllll'lll. C'.X'l'HlClilNE ANN l'1lNl'M . . . Rim- Lakv . . . Spot-r'l1 1'lllllf'litlOIl , . . Phi llc-tn . . . Forvnsic' Luion: Stuclvnt Lilo :incl lnterc-sts Coni- Illllilfml WVlSf'0llSlll Pluyvrsg cl2ll'l'l'I'S cl0Ilf0FC'lll'l'I AWS Styli' Show, Svript C'lmii'm:u1 :incl NllI'I'2ll0l'I Prom. Grzuicl M2ll'Pll cllllilflllilllf Llll- vlfrsity Chorus . . . Gauiilim Phi Bfxfll, Vice-Prosimlvilt. lS.XllBARA RIYISINSTICIN ICISICMAN . . . Milimulu-v . . , Psy- r'l1olo,f1y. OSCXXR L. lCl'l'I,.XND . . , VVilso11 . . . Zoology . . . flOIlC'0l'l Buml: lx'I:ll'f'lllIlg liumlz l'IllV4'l'Sllj' Cfhorusg l"1'c-11c'l1 Club. MARILYN ICLXINIC ICKICRIYI' . Ilz11'tfoi'll . . . Sociiology: . lx, AX. Ross I lull . . . Wvsloy ltlllllllltlllfrll btuclvut :XFSOK'l1lllOllf I .Rl . llumzui lic-lations cl01llil'l'4'Ilf'CQ Joint, C'oum'il on Human Rights . . . Kappa llvltra. li0SI'IMiXliY .l. l'fKl'IlilYl' . . . ll:u'tforcl . . . Sociology . . . lAlXYl'l'I1l't' C'olls'2v . . . Woslr-y l'lOllIlIl2lll0l1 Student nlssovizitiori . . . Kappa Delta. lilllGI'l'.X ICKMXNIS . . . Milwniikw- . . . Cllli'lHlFll'j'. PlllLLlP MYHON l'll,lilCR'l' . . . Maywood, lll .... l'lc-ouomim-N . . . Fiuzuur-1' Sovivty . . . llc-lt:1 Lpsilon. Prvsillviit. MARY VVARD ldlilllllill , . . flltl'l'0llltJll, lll .,... Xi11v1'i1'z111 History . . . Grimm-ll Coll:-gmt . . . Hoolvrs: Preis. Housv. 376 .IOHN C. I'lI,I,IS . . . Frzmlisvillcr . . . M4-Ilia-iiw , , . N11 Signizi N11 . . . Ar':u'i:1. Pl'l'SllIlxlll. JICRRAY AIAFIIICID I'lI,SINGI'Ili . . . H:u'll'm'ml . . . I.:1w . . . Young Ilcpixhlivziiis . . . Phi Ilcltxi Phi. IIICRNICIC ICMICIIICII . . . lirivim- . . . Ilistrwy. Iil'1NNI'1'I'II ISAIII, l'lNI1I'lli . . . l'1I1lIcllIlI'. . . I,llilI'Ill2li'j' , . , Suplm- morn Ilmmrsg Rho Chi, Vim--I'i'1'siclf-ii! . . . Iizippu Psi. IXMI9 C I'Nl1ICO'l'T NI uli 'on fXwm1iltii11' .... Xlplm u. ...lah g., Kappa Psi: IIlSIIl'2lIlf'l' Sovivtyq Sr-zilwlmzml :xml Iilzulv. IIONAIID NOIIIIIS I+IPS'l'I'IIN . . . lNI:1clism1 . . . BIIVIIOIUI'1ll'Sf'll'IlI'l' . . . Z1-Tu lic-tu 'I12lll. I'IIfNICI'I MARGAIZIYI' ICIQIJMANN . , . Iloniim .... 1 X1-1 Iligtury. MARILYN AIIICIHI ICRICKSON . . . lklmlisrm , . . Mwlivul 'I'n-r-h- nology . . . Alpha 17:-ll:1 Tlwtri . . . l'lI'l'Fl1IIIflIl f,I'l1'llltlllIJIl ...1 Xlphn Gzimnm Dm-Itzi. DONALD STANIJCY IHIIIMICR . . . Milwziulu-v . . 3 Mvr'l1:mic-:il I'lllglllK'l'1'lllg1,' . , . MIIA Awzniwls Cfmiiiiiftw, Clmiriiizxiii SAIC: ASMIC. RONALD KI'INNI'l'I'II IGSPIQ . . . Oimlziskai . . . Civil Iiiifziiivr-1'i11g . . . ASCII. NORI5I'IH'l' JOHN ICSSIHIC . . . lNI2llllSOIl , . . I1:1liu1' INIIIIIHQOIIIOIIT . . , Soplioiiium Ilmiorsi Hurlxui 15. Rngf-rs .-NXYIIITI . . . Ifootlmrill: Sm-iety fm' thv :X4lVIllll'4'Ill4'l1f of MIlllZlgff'll1C'lllI Dvllzl Sigiuu Pi. Pri-simlf-lit. ROBERT JOHN ICYANS . . . IYIIIIIUWIIII . . . Clvolugy . . . Crafts Comniittev. SUSAN ANN ICYANS . . . Oshkosh . . . lI4'l'I'4'IllIOll . . . Ilrilphiiisi Ilousv Uoiiiinittwi WKJIIIGAIIIS Amlniiriistraitivv CIOIIIICIII AVVS Somrity Coonliiizitm' . . . Delta Dvltn Dc-lm. P1'c1si1l4-nt. ICMII, WIIIIIIAM ICVICNSON . . . M:ulism1 . . . Soils. IJANIICI, J. IJAISICII . . . IVIIIVVIIIIIQPI' . . . Zoology . . . rlltlll Kappa I'1pSIl0Il. NANCY ANN l",XI5l'lli . . . lNIIlXV1llllil'l' .... Xrt I'I1l1u':1Iiu11 . . , lim-11:1 IJ:-lm llc-ltu. GICRAIID I,. FAIDIJICN . . , lNIilw:i11lu-v .... Ni'I'OllllllIlQ.I . . . Phi I'It:i Sigliiuj 15013 Alplm Psi. JOAN IIIHIIJCN IVAGAN , . , Mzulisoii .... Xrt I'I1l11f':1tim1 , . . Sigma I.:1mlul:1 . . . Pzinlie-Ile-nic' Colm:-il: P1'uI'vssim1:1l I,IllllIl'lIl'11lI' cl0llllf'llf Yuuiig lhlplllilimilisg O1'ic-iitzitiong Giw-lc VVM-li, Plvrlqm- W'm'lul:iy Co- flll2llI'Hl2lIlI VVSGA Stylv Slum' .... A lphzi Phi. Viw-Pi'c-siclviii. mvww -if'-wiry , -1 1- i.XlIII',li1Nlz C-I NlJIzlihON l'.XlZlilaI.I .... Mmliwii . , . lhilnl Ilvvvlopim-lil . . . Phi IIIPSIIHIIf1IllIf'I'KlIl . . . l'i1itwlStmlm1t l"vllmvsliip, Sc-r-i'c't:11'y: Ciwifts Coliiiiiittz-vi SUIIIUI' Swinguut. ...1 Xlplm Ni Dvltzi. I'I'I'HI'lI, DOROTIIY IVARIIIS . . . W'iss'mlsi11 Iixipids . . . I+lcl11f':11imi Sipfiiiu Tau llvltu: Phi livtzi. . .VViQ"u1isii1 I'l:1vvi'S: I"u1'misim' IIIIIHIII C':u'w1'sCui1I'v1'vin-v3Sv11im'Swi11gu11I:I'1uivc-rsity Cl1m'11sgSvl1im'l'mmf-il: Sigmai IQIIIJIJII Phi: Sc-lil-ch-VS: YUIIIILI IIUIIIIIJIIVIIIIS. JOHN li. FASSIIC . . . Iiaivim- .... NUVIIIIIIIIIILI . . . 111191110 l'lXll'llSlUll . . . Alpha Kappa Psi . . . I"i'vslulii:1n Oi'im-iitzitifmi clIlIllIJllS Clwsti lnsnmmi-11 Suvic-ty, G' ELLIS A FASSIE I I uf 'I SW 'X 'Y 1' w- ,.. CSC? :J W is -- ". 2 ws""1'Ri ,F - 5, I IS I ding. f 'CII-' fa 'll' is gb' , 2 . 'C 'QQ Q C-sg. .. W , illlizwfw . v ij' xi 46. FECHNER 77 FITZSIMMONS , ff 1 I MP ii I - if ,"' ,m, ., ff , A X 'CN7 i d.. 3 I i v ':" 'F 'fi - . 1 ' ' S if if YT? VVILIIIAM KIIAPVI' I"I'ICIINl'III . . . Mvrrill . . . liziw . . . I.:1w llc-View IAINY Svliiml Assuc'i:1t,iui1. SPSAN I"l'lIII,AND . . . WIIIIISIIII .... Xpplivcl Art . , . cllll'll'fOIl Col- lvgl- . . . C:11'0c-rs COIll'l'I'CIll'l' Clmmiittn-mr . . . Alphu Phi. PHIl.IP IS. PICIN . . . Milwulilwv . . . l.:1w . . . II0m1-1-oriiing Ai'i':ingel- uiviits Cuiiiiiiittw-1 Nvw Stmlc-in IY4-clk lllllfll' . . . Phi Sigma IM-ltzi. SONIA I.OI'ISI'I I"EI.I7MAX . . . Slmlwi' IIL-ights, Ohio . . . Bzuzlie-lor of Arts , . . .Iuiiior Oiwlwsisz I"i'u11r'li Chili: IIli01'I12lll0l1ill Chili, FRANK Ii. FICN'I'Ill'ISS . . . BI2LlllS0l1 . . . Agi'ivulturc Iflll11'ili.l0Il . . . Ag Stl1tlK'IliclU1ll1l'llQ I'll1illI'l' F:1ri1ivi's ol' Aim-i'icu. Collrzgints' Chapter Prosimls-nt. MAR Y C. I"I'lN'I'RI-ISS . . . Wiiiiivtlczi. Ill .... Iinglish . . . VYQ-llc-slay Collvgm- . . . Kappa Iixippai lhiiuiiiai. .IAMICS AI.I.YN FERIIIS . . . YYc'St IJvI'v1'c . . . IAf.IilI'li0tlIl2.f . . . lfni- versity' Cliorus: Mzwlictiiig Chili. .IOSICPII ROGICR FICRRIS . . . fll'00I1 Iiziy . . . Filiziiivc . . . Firiulicv Sovivty. I'r-4-siclmitz Slllllixlll limml Fiimiic-0 Cumniiltevx Conimc-rev COllIll'1lI Coriiiiiwc-0 VIIIIVIIUIIT. A1'i':mgvuic-i1tS Chnirmam Ts-miis. II.A M. FIKIC . . . lA'IllNX'illlliI'l' . . . Mzitlivriizitivs . . . IIool'm's: VVA.-X. .IPIJYTIIIC XAI'liI'll'lN FINA . . . Keiioslm . . . Ijfllivaitiuli . . . Mil- lX12llllil'l' Iixtoiisiuri . . . Sigma lfpsihm Sigma: Suplioliimv High Honors: Sigma Iizmilwclai . . . IIIIIOII Gzillvry Curiiliiittvv: Nvwnizui Chili. CONRAD CHAlil.I'IS PINK , . . Iiimlstroni, Mimi .... .luurnzilisni . . . Nortlivrn Mivliigzui Collc-gm' of I'lCllll'2l.tlOIl . . Sigmzi llollri Chi, P1't'Sl1ll'11f . . . C1ll'4lIIl:ll1 "VY" fhili . . , lfciotlmll. SHICIADON IVAN PINK . . , Maimlison , , . Iiuw . . . Phi U1-lt.:1 Phi: Phi Kappa Phi: Phi lim Sigma: livtzi cltillllllil Sigma . . , Law R0- viowl "VVS Chili . . . llaisvlmll . , . Pi Iizuulmcln Phi. YYUNNIC HANSICX PINK . . . I"m'0Ht Park, Ill ..... A rt l'Iclu1':lti0n . . . C2ll'i'i'I'S Cmifc-i'c-xic'4-. Art Cl1:llI'Il1ilIl . . . Kappa Alpha Thvtzi. ROISICRT W. IVINIKISIXH . . . IA!XVl'0Ill'l'l5lll'f2,'. Incl .,.. I'Ic'ouoniic's . . . Suplioiiimw- I'IOIlO1'SISC'2llllJ2ll'll1lllllBliilllx. . . Iizidgvr, Sports Iiclitciri Iiaclgvi' Iiomwl, Prvsialoiit . . . Ifcmtlizill . . . Pi I.:milul:l Phi. SHARYX CHICSSIQX FINIQISIXIC . . . Dllllllll, Mimi .... Spw-vli . . . Phi Bm-tu, Prc-sidcnt . . . flll00I'll'Il4l9l'I Dolphins: Wisf'o11sir1 Plziyi-rs: Bziclgvr Iiluvk. C0-Amlmiiiislrutiean Ch:1ii'm:1n: Campus Cziruivzili Wvisliits. 1. 5. Q LHAIIIJCS li. FISCIIICR . . . li:1c'i111- . . . Civil Iiiigiiis-1-1'i11g .... A SCIC. NANCY ANN IVISCHICII . . . Slmwaiiiei . . . IJi0t1-lim-s. .IOAN IVI.-Alillil IVISCIIICII . . . lilllllillfl, N. Y .... Pliysii-ul I'l4llll'1l- tion . . . Illissc-ll Sago Cullelgm- .... Xlphu Chi Umvgn. AI,l.lCN IVISHICII . . . liriglituii. Mziss .... Iivoiioiiiivs . . . Stiulmit J ' Iioaircl Public' lim-lutiuiis Coiiiliiittw- . , . YMCA. if WII.1.1AM .IOIIX Fl'i'zc:1c1z.xI.1i . . . ii'.iw-iw-ii . . . I'lK'UllllII1ll'S A 5 . . . N0l'lllWl'Sf0Y'll Collvgm- . . , Phi lizlppal. PIIYl.I.IS FITZSIMMONS . . . .lriiic-svillv . , . Ilispniiia' Stiulim-S , . . . . izircliiml. 378 ROBERT ARNOLD Fl.AD'l'EN . . . lXIilwai1lu-v . . . Avvounting . . . Alpha Knppn Psi . . . lnsu1':1nc'm-Sovivty. MARGARET C. FLIEGEI .... R1-tliloliviii, Pai .... Physivnl Mvel- ic-inv . . . PllA'Flf'I1l 'Tln-rnpy Clulu. FELIC IA FLORINE . , . Mnclison . , . Bzmvlwlol' of Scivlivo . . . Eflgc- woocl Collm-gr-. JOSEPH HENRY FOEGEN . . . liilllliilllllil . . . liillllbl'-BIHIIILLIL5Illtllll . , . Phi Ein Signing Bm-tn G:m1ii1:1Sig1nn . . . Nowrnam Club . . . Soviotiy for thx- .AflV2lI1I'l'lll0l1t of Mznnigviiic-lit, S0l'l'llii1I'A' . . . I-l'l.Cl,1OI'llS . . . lfnion Pl'I'W1l1lIll'l Connnittev: IllSlll'2lIlL'G Soviety . . . Pln Ixzippzi. DON li. FOELKER . . . Gillm-tt . . . B2iC'lll'l0l' ol' Scif-In-an NORMAN .I. FONS . . . Milwaiukov . . . Law . . . Gzunnizi Etzi flaunnln . . . Law Sc-hool Assoi-ixition, Prosiclviit. JAMES li. FORBES . . . Monroe ...A s Xe-voiuiting . . . Sophoniorc- Honors . . . 'AV' Clulm . . . livtzi Theta Pi. ELAINE RE'1"l'Y FORMAN . . . lNIilw:n1keo . . . Ecluvzition . . Hninpton Ilousu, PI'ClSlllK'llt. x, FLADTEN A FREEDMAN F wiki, if A f , i ,s if Q' KENYON LEE FORREST ...A Appleton . . . Plnn'n1:u'y . . . Wis- consin PlIIll'I112lI'lxlItlK'Ill Orgzniizzition . . , Rm-ta Tlwtu Pi. LEEMAN JAMES FORREST . . , Kenosha . . . l'lf'Oll0IIlll'S . . . Phi Em Sigma .... - X Czippollu Choir, RICHARD GEORGE FORVVARK . . . Rawinv . . . Coiiiinvrvvk . gif, Turnvi' Housrg Prvsiflvllt. FRANKLIN PAFL FOVVELI .... Viola . . . History . . . Alpha Phi Om:-gn . . . Tau Kappa Epsilon. FRED IQENNETH FOX . . . .lunvtion City . . . Civil E11giiiuoi'ii1g . . . ASCE, f 'SA .N JEREMY RICHARD FOX . . . Muclison . . . Chi-niistry . . . Corns-ll yffj, ' Fnivvrsity . . . Now Stuclont, Wevk Guido . . . Phi Ginnma Dvltzi. THEODORE CONRAD FOX . . . Rnvins- . . . Modivnil Svic-m'v . . g A J, 1 G HW" Club: W?I'L'SillHgQ Nu Sigmzi Nu . , . IM-ltzi Tau Dvltzi. ig , "1 ' K 2 f, ,Q , . K ii ii is xg' I .. BUNNY FRANK . . . Shofliulil, Mass .... Spvwli . . . VVisr'onsin lmlf-11: Hoof:-rs, Prvsimlc-nt: VVint0i' C:n'niv:1l, Clllillfllliilll Vnion l7irf-r-- toraitc. LOIS CAROL FRANK . . . lAf'IllXV2lllliP6' . . . Chilfl IJOV1'l0IJIllK'Ilf . , Cannpus C:n'niv:1l: Huniorology , . . Kappa Ds-ltn. THEODORE ALFRED FRANK .... Xpplvton . . . Business Aflllllll- istrntion . . . lnsuranvc- Sovivty. VVILLIAAI ERYIN FRANSWICK . . . Mzniitowoz- . . . Civil lin- giiu-vririg . . . Phi Ein Signing Chi Epsilon: Tau livtzi Pi . . . l-F Asso- vizition, Sw'1'et:1l'y: ASCE . . . Pi lizippn Alpha, Pi'esi4lm1l. BARBARA J. FREDERICIQ . . . Full RiV4'I' . . . English l'lclu4':1Tion . . . l'IllI1l0I'0lOgyI Pzn'f'l1t's W4-vlcvml . . . Kappa Ur-ltzx. JFNE FREEDMAN . . . Now York, N. Y ,... Rzu-lwloi' of Arts . . VVisf'onsin Icleug Hillvl: Frm-nr'h Clulm. 379 fp? 'V , 'mit' i I --. , Q 'Q 1 if K 4 N ,Q 'mer .I A , f - ' 11 , 'L j. Lk .1 ui 1 K -qu I5 k , my .uf 1. -- ':ss-u- -X f I . 0 K . R, . X f -A ' R . 'Lf fw- 'Qii"" i E 's J nl Alf' 5, wrkfbi Thx' 52.000 SIJi'I'f1Ilf0l'S :ure :ts illtctwstillg us thx- 22 plztyvrs. Footballvs More than a ports Contest LLTIH- lziwyc-Hs paumlc is fI'3lliii0Il2l1 at the 1101114-'C'0Il1i!lg guxuv. Tivlwt. lulzmket. :xml fiolcl glassvs am- sps-vtzitux' vquipm ,....,w 1- ,J 5 llillilillrl' lCl.MlCR l"lil'IlGANG . . . Milwauilwv: . . Lis:-lit-liiiillliiiff . . . Milwniilwrr lfxtviisimi . . . lil-:il I+Ist:ltvz1ml lilghl liuillliiig Assn- c'i:iti4m. l"lll'IlJl'Illll'K K. FICICITAG . . . W'Ill1NW'1llIlS1l .... Xnimril H11sh:mcl1'y . . .Silllllll':1IlflSlI'lUil1flllll1 . . . K:1pp:iSign1:i. XVIILIAM H, l"lll'IY'l'Afl. .Ill .... YVilliznius liziy . . , l,:iw . , . Phi l5vlt:i Phi . . . Phi flilllllllil Dvllai. l,l'l'Slll4'lll. ill'IRAl.lJ S. l'Kll'Il7lil'Illfl . . , C'liif':iL:o, lll .... l'l1'HllflIIlll'S . . , Viiimu Plllilil' lla-lritifms Vrmiixiittf-v . . . Pi l,:1mhil:i Phi. .ll,Dl I H .IOX I'lill-,lJl.AI',NIJlull . . . Cliimign. Ill ..... Xrt luiliim- lion . . . lllmfi-rs: lvlllfjll Dniiw- flfilllilllliiwl lvlllflll Gullr-i'y fllhlll- rnittvr- .... Xlphzi lipsiluii Phi. THOMAS ALAN l"lill'lSf'll . . . wYIlllXN':ll17F2l . , , Imw . . . Phi Uvllzs Phi . . . 'WV' flllllbl Sr':ihh:ii'cl :incl lilmlv . . . linsluillmllz 'l'r:u'li . Alpha llvltzi Phi, PI'i'Ylll6'lll. IIOVVARIJ .IAMICS I"RlSIil'I . . . 3IllNVtllIlif'I' . . . lfnglisli. Kl'lXXl'ITll M. l"lll'l'Z . . . Sauk City . . . Zoology . . . Ma-11's K'lim'uf . . . Pi Kz1pp:iAlph:i. lJONAl.l'J I'Il'GI'lX-IC FRY , . , Clrvr-ii liaiy . . . lxI2lI'li4'llllH . . . Mzlrlwt- ing C hih .... Muir-iii, .YOAXXIC MAllilAlll'I'l' l"l'.lIi0 . . . Hnyfie-lil .... Xpplil-ll Art . Mzuuilc-sta,-1' C'c1llm-Liv . . . C':u'4lii1:1l: clfllllllltl Alpha Phi: Gallery Com- mittvv: fll'2ll-li clfblllllllllflif WAA: lvlllfbll Nvws Hlll'K'1lllI ll00l'4'I'F. DAVID .L l"YFl'I . . . Milwuiilu-u .... A Xpplioll Art . . . I-lf' C'l1m'1is: Se'l1i0rC'oili1r'il . , . C'hi Phi, ARTIIVR S'l'l'Illl.Y GAl"l"Nl'1Y . . . St-mln-y . , . Pmr-twiulugy. MAHIANXIC Rl"l'H GAl,l,AGlll'Ill . . . llzwiiiv . . . NllI'SlIlg :xml lfnglish . . . llzivilw Iixtz-iisioii. LOVIS AXTHONY GALLO . . . Km-noslixi . . . liusiuc-ss Ailmiuis- trutirm . , . Kerinslm lfxte-nsirm. NICAI. llIC'HAlll7 GAINISKY . . . Klviizislizi , . . Svvoiillziiy l'lrl11r"1- tion . . . Svnim' Ilfmorsg IC. A. Russ Chih . . . Sc'lnr-cle-rs: X1-winiiii Vliih. lll'llil5l'fll'l' llAXll'fl, GAlll3Nl'lll . . . lillll cll'UVl' . . . IAIIXY. MILTUN ICIJYYARD G.XliI,IXG . . . XIilWill1li1'K' . . . f ivil lfxlgiiiw-i'- ing . . . Hool'v1'sg ASVIC. IJIAXIC l'Il,lZAlilC'l'II GAlil,0C'K . . . l,m1g111m1llmi'. Mass. . Hmm- l'If-ulmiliivs . . . Kzippn Alpha 'l'h0t:i. IJAYIID FRANCIS GAHXO , . . Fuml ilu Liar- ...A Xi-miiiitiiig. Bvm Alpha Psi , . . lhimi Musir' Cbiliiiiitlve. WILLIAM l70l'ClI,AS GAST . . . Slmwanm ..., Xvr-mirililng . . . Phi M11 Alpha Sinfoiiiai, Pri-sillviit , . . 'll4J1ll'IlIlIH0lll ol' Swing, A1'r:n11,qn im-nts flllll1l'Il121I1I SLUT Miisir' Sill:-Vrnriiiiiitlr-1-1 A C':1pp1'll:i Clhoii Mr-11's clllUI'llSQ MHA Cliorus. ICIJITH GORTUX GATES . . . Mlulislm . . . lluinf- lflf-mmliiivs :xml l:lflllPZllilH1. . . l'I'itl1vr1ir's, lili1vSlii1'lfl: 1-ll flllllll Wm-slr-y lnfillllllflllfbll. A J FREIGANG A GATES, E. rg I if me f , f i 351 - 1 . , fl P 5255 '92 iii' ' as if iikkii , K, A , Ii. f ki' f . ,I-1,1 A ish qli Ein 'tv GATES, T. - GLANDER ui. H sv' N . .,,,,' I ' 1 . fe x , , ,,.,07 , is A .ww ,wp ff- -4 . L,,, , . . it . f , r ' '.rXwsX'i:v,2aa-al ' A , !'- if - A fi if-5 . 2 I f' ..,r 51 Dj s If Vs? M 1 " H- :'- W' .. -- 221211: ww N Q., I r?wg..1sw1 1 W' lv- i i , .4 . ,.. fi X AS' If . , ' it 252352 . ' ' 5 in Q , I Lyix E IXUS I r- . Alf s I THOMAS EDWARD GATES . . . Oxford, Nebraska . . . Eeonomies . . . Delta Theta Phi. FRANK GATYAS . . . Madison . . . Agrieulture . . . Seabbartl and Blade. ALBERT H. GAY . . . Madison . . . Education . . . Badger, Pub- licity Director: Prom, Publicity Chairman: Campus Carnival, Pro- motions Chairman: Homecoming, Promotions Co-Chairmang Senior Week, Promotions Co-Chairman: I niversity Chorus . . . Feneing . . . Sigma Phi, Ser-retary. JOHN WILLIAM GAYNOR . . . Green Iiay . . . Agriculture . . Dairy Seienee Club. BARBARA DEANE GEER . . . Oshkosh . . . Iiaehelor of Seienee. LOIS .IEAN GEHRKE . . . Milwaukee . . . Iiaehelor of Seienee. CAROLE JEAN GEMPELER . . . Tomah . . . Home Eeonomies . . . Dolphins: Prom . . . Chi Omega, Viee-President. PAUL GEORGE GENGLEH . . . Elm Grove . . . Finanee . , . Finance Soeiety. .II'LIE GERKE . . . Iwamlison . . . lN'IusiC . , . Sophomore Honors . . . Sigma Alpha Iota . . . Women's Chorus: A Cappella Choir . . . Delta Delta Delta. .IIILIETTE GERKE . . . Madison . . . Musie . . . Sigma Epsilon Sigma: Sophomore Honors . . . Women's Chorus: A Cappella Choir: Vniversity Chorus . . . Delta Delta Delta. RICHARD ELMER GERLACH . . . Sheboygan . . Pharmacy. ROYAL D. GIBSON . , . Sheboygan , . . Business Aclrninistration . . . Cartlinal. .Il'DY C. GIEBLER . . . Elkhart Lake . . . Natural Seienef , . . Soph- omore Honors . . . Dolphins. WILLIAM LESLIE GILES , . . Evansville . . . Meehanieal Engi- neering . . . Society of Automotive Engineers: American Society of Mechanic-al Engineers. ANNE M. GILFRY . . . Stevens Point . . . Medical Seienee . . . Alpha Epsilon Iota: Sophomore Honors . . . WAA: Orehesis . . . Kappa Alpha Theta. PENELOPE ELIZABETH GILL . , . Winnetka, Ill .... Er-onomies . . . Wells College . . . Dolphins . . . Delta Gamma. DONNA MAE GILLEY . . . Rhinelander . . . Soeial VVork . . . Prom Committee: Senior Swingout: St. Francis House: Campus League of Women Voters: Dolphins . . . Alpha Xi Delta. BEVERLY J. GILMORE . . . Monroe, Mich .... .Iournalism , . . Theta Sigma Phi . . . Cardinal: Ifnion News Bureau: I'nion Public- Relations Committee .... - Xlpha Chi Omega. MARY ELIZABETH GISVOLD . . . Chippewa Falls . . . Geography . . . Alpha Chi Omega. CARLOS GITLER . . . Mexico City, Mexico . . . Agriculture . . . Alpha Zeta . . . Campus Carnival: Poultry Club: Saflclle and Sirloin Club . . . Pi Lambda Phi. PHILIP FREDRIC GLANDER . . . Manitowoc' . . . German Delta I'psilon. 382 .IAMES M. CLICK . . . Oshkosh . . . Bac-tvriology , . . Phi Eta Siflmil . . T1-unis Team . . . Pi Lamhmla Phi. RAYMOND EARL GNAT . . . lNIilwaulwc- , . . Coiiiiiiviw' . . . VVr0sl- ling. ROGER K. GODFREY . . . VVauwatosa . , . cIUII1IIN'I'C'0 . . . llaslwl- hall . . . Dvlta I'psilon, Prvsitlc-nt. VVILLIAM NVALLNER GOHDES . . . Vl'ausau . . . Pharmac-y . . PIl1lI'IT12i4'ltIlIIUZII Som-ivty . . . Kappa Psi. DALE I. GOLDHICRG . . . Chivago, Ill .... Spwvli . . . Sigma Klappa Phi . . . Foreign Studi-nt Committc-0: I'nitMl Nations Cominitticvl Pan Hvllvriif' Reprvsontativo .... Alpha Epsilon Phi. LOTHAR JUSTIN GOLDNICR . . . hflilwaiikov . . . fIOHlIll0I't'I' . . . Senior Count-il: Campus Carnival: Wintvr VVetjk: Campus Chest: Par0nt's Vvvc-km-rid: Stuclm-nt Boarclq Prom Qucc-n Co-C'hau'man3 SLICT . . . Alpha Epsilon Phi. ELAINE RITA GOLKIN . . . For:-st Hills, N. Y .... Om'c'upat,ional Therapy . . . Ocvupational The-rapy C'lulJ . . . Linvoln Lodgs-, Prvsiclvnt. DAVID ARMIN GOLLIN . . , Milwaulivv . . . Bar-holor of Sc-iviivc . . . Phi Sigma Dvlta. RICHARD ALLYN GONCE . . . Madison . . . Cloniniercs- .... Xlpha Kappa Psi, Sccretaiy, Vice-Prvsidvnt, P11-sitlmlt: Markm-ting Ululw, Soc-mtary-Treasurer5 Freshman Orivntatlong Commorvc Counml. JOHN SHARMAN GOODLAND , . . Madison . . . Coiiiiiivwr- , . Intm'-Fraticrnitv Council . . . Dc-lta Tau Delta. PONSTANCIC ILLICANE GOODMAN . , . Str-tsouvillv . . . lflrluvation . . . N1-wman Cluh. ROBERT D. GOODSITT . . . Milwaulnar . . . l'Ir'onomir's . . . Foot- lmall: Boxing: Pi Lambda Phi. SALLY LEE GOTTFRIICD . . . Norfolk. Va .... Political Sc-ic-in-0. MARGARET KATHERINE GRAB . . . Madison . . . Homo Evo- nomics . . .Phi Ifpsilon Omicroni Professional Pan Hellenic- Counvil . , . Gannna Phi Betta. MARILYN DIANA GRAHIN . . . Highland Park, Ill .... Spanish . . . Northwestorn Vniversity. . . Vniversity Chorusg Spanish Fluh: Pan I'IOIIl'I1ICCIl0I'l1SQ Dolphin Club . . . Alpha Epsilon Phi. VVILLIAM PAIIL GRAICREI A... Slwlwoygau ...A Xpplivtl lNIathv- mativs and Movhanirfs . . . Phi Eta Sigmag Sophomrov Honors . . . I'nion IIIIIPHIOI' Committvc-3 MHA: I'nion House Rvprc-svntativv: Band . . . Phi Mu Alpha. ELLEN MARIE GRAMS . . , La Crosse' .... A nimal HllSI721IliII'f' . . . Colorado A 8: INT. JANET ANN GRANBERG . . . Milwaulwo . . . I'II1'II10llItlI'y lfmlu- cation . . . Sigma Epsilon Sigma: Mortar Boartlg Pi Lamlmrla Tlwta . . . Orivntation, Co-Chairman: AVVS Style' Show, Chairman: AWS Frm-shman B2ill41ll0t, Chairman: Pan Ilellonim' Ball: Vnion Entertain- mvnt Commititvu, Svwetaryg Prom C'ommittvv: 1953 Military Rall Court ol Honor: Svnior Class St'l'l't'IQ1l'A' . . . Pi R1-ta Phi. Prm-sidvnt. ROSICMARY RIITH GRANDINE , . . Argonnv . . . Psychology . . . Sigma Epsilon Sigma . . . Psychology Uluh. Svcrt-tary. HOWARD EIIOENIC GRANGICR . . . Kvnosha . . . Marla-ting . . . Phi Eta Sigma . . . Phi Kappa Sigma. DONALD W. GRASICR . . . Kvnosha . . . livonomir-s . . . Kvnosha Extm-nsion . . . Phi Kappa Sigma. 383 GLICK A GRASER .... 1--. 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Mil. 111111 c1l1IIlIl1ltlI'I'Q Mll.-X: P11111ic' 1-is-1z1tio11s . . . l'1011t11a11. .IAMICS P51111 C1l1lMS'l'1-XD . . . W21llNN'Il1l1SIl . . . lh'I01'1l21IllK':l1 lill- gi1111v1'i11g .... XSMIC . . . Phi liilflllll Slglllil. C1l,1'INN SYLYAN Ul1lTZM.XC'Hl'111 . . . W21llS2lll . . . li11111'z1tio11 . . . 11111'1'vati1111 11011111-1's11ip C'11111. Prmfsiflc-111 ,... Xlpha Phi Ornega. C'Dl,Ll'1'l"l'l'1 11.111 GROCHOVVSKI . . , lVlllXV2ill1il'l' . . . SP1-11114lary l'11l11c'z1ti1111. Sllll1l,1'1Y .IANIC Gl1ONlNG1'1li . . . S111'i11g . . . .lo111'11alis111 . . . 'l'11v1:1 Phi Sigma . . . C'c11':111to: l'11i1111 News l311r1Ja11: l'11iza111-111 Watc-rs, D111'111 Clblllliill . . . 11111-1'11:11i1111al C'11111. D0li1CNl'1 F. Gl1OSl'1NlCli . . . lx'1llW:lll1il'l' . . . Psym-11111ogy. . l'l11111'1-1's: 770 C'11111: PIlIl116'llC'Illl' C11111'11s . . . li:11111:1 D1-11.11. NXNCY .XNN CEROSSICR . . . Mi1w:111k1-1- . . . Blorlivail rl-1PCllIl0l0gj' . . . lxfI1l1V2lll1i0I' l'1xt1c-11si1111 . . . Alpha Dvlta Theta: Sr1p110111c11'e Honors. l,D1iN.X Gl1l'lll,1f . . . S1l1'1NJj'2'ilIl ..., X1-1-111111ti11g, C1l11CNN Gll,li1'll1T G11l'P1'1 .,.. 11317101011 . , . 111-11111111111-s . . . 'l'11c-ta Dvlta f'11i. Sovial C11:1i1'111:111. JUAN M. Gl1l"l'ZlK . . . I111l11p11111111111'1- . . . Sovial VV01'k . . . N1-w111a11 C 111111 l1c111fc1's. D.XNllCl, ll. f1liZl'X'10liC'ZYli . . . Maclismi . . . Zo11l11gy . . . LSA: wY1Sf'fJllSl1l Baml. 3114 ,L kk k Ifrom fur :xml IN'2Il', people jam the-nxselvvs into C':1Iup Rumlull slurlium for ax S:11l11'41:1y j.f:lIl1b', People and Players Thr: lmml gives :1 surprisi- Irilmtf- to its :lin-r'to1'. o11:Ly's KIHIIC' is illXV2lyS :L big om- for tlw Te GULBRANDSEN - HANSON, w, ...,.. . T.. ig I 55?i:?ffii33i .li fifii...-'fl 2 :'-' " ' WM" I ,, 5' A ., .Y C S . J. .1 V, 3 Q .' fi' ' M wi Y if Q0 X iw I , up . A - ,R . N . . ..., N. In X ri i . . . r g I U fm 5755 I ... . IW. ff ,A-,,fk, ...W Kr iv ANNE GIILBRANDSEN . . . Viroqua . . . Child Dm-vc-lopnn-nt . . . VVAA: Dolphins: Ivnivc-rsity Chorus. VZERA GIIRIQ . . . Milwaukoo . . . Spcovli . . . Phi Bvta Kappa: Phi Ixappa Phi: Sigma Epsilon Sigma . , . VVIIA Playm-rs: TY workshop: IIIIIOII Library Committvv. JOAN ANITA GI'TENKI'NST . , . Milwaukvv . . . Child Dvvolop- nn-nt . . . Kappa Kappa Gamma. JOSEPH JOHN GWIDT . . . VVausau , . . Pharmavy . . . Rho Chi: Phi Eia Sigma: VVisc'onSin Pl1arma1'0lltir'al SoCivty . . . Kappa Psi. VERNON EARL HAAG . . . Kenosha . . . Pharmacy . . . Wisvonsin Pharmar'e'utiCal Assoviationi Amerivan Pliarmam-utic'al Association. SIGNY MARGARET HAALAND . . . Milwaukcv . . . Child Dvvvlop- mc-nt . . . Phi I'pSilon Omivron ...A I Alpha Gamma Dvlta, Scvrvtary, Prvsidmu. SALLY MARIE HAASL . . . Poshtigo . . . Spvvvh Eclurfation . . Orivntation: Prom, Banquvt Chairman: YGOPg Alpha Phi. LYLE ROBERT HAFEMAN . . . Milwaukee . . . Civil I'II1fIIIll'K'I'Illg . . , Milwaukm- Extvnsion . . . ASCE . . . St. Patls Danvv. Business Chairman . . . Trianglv . . . Baseball. CHARLES P. HALL, .IR .... Wauwatosa . . . Conimorrc . . . Insur- ance- Sovivty: II" Counvil, Svvrctaryi Orivutation: IF Chorus . . . The-ta Dolta Chi, DOROTHY ANNE IIALI A... Madison , . . Psychology, VIRGINIA HALL . . . Madison . . . Er-onomivs . . . WSA: S1-nior C'ounc'il: Campus Imaguc of Womvn Votvrs, Tl'1'2lSllI'l'I' . . . Kappa Kappa Gamma. ARVID EDVVARD HALLA . . . Clintonvillo . . . Evonomir-s . Lambda Chi Alpha. Svc'1'vT:11'y, Prcsirlont. LEON DAVID HAMILTON . . . Appleton , . . Spec-vh . . . VVHA Ramlio Players: Campus Chest: De-hate: Wisvonsin Play:-rs: Student I"af'ully Committee on Human Rights . . . Zeta. Beta Tau. GISELA SANDERS HAMM . . . Shvboygan . . . Spem-ch . . . Dclta Sigma Rho, Prvsiclcnt- . . . VVHA Players: Ifnion Forum Colninittcl-1 I'nion Counvil: VVisc'onsin Eoronsir' Union: Stuclc-nt Scnatv. .IANICE ANN HAMPEL . . . Milwaukvv .... I Art Education . . . Ilnion Gallvry Committee: MHA Commons Committevg UWM Ari Club. S1-r'rvtary: IIVVM Sovial Chairman. PAI'L ROBERT HANDT . . , Milwaukc-si . . . Chi-niical I'IIlKIll00I'lllg . . . Tau Bc-ta Pi: Phi Larnbcla Vpsilong .'AI'I'll'I'IC21Il Instituto of CIIUIIIICIII Ifiigiiie-m's . . . l'niv0rsity Chi-ss Club . . . Bowling. LAIIREL AMOND HANEY . . . Kvnosha . . . Sc-voinlary Emlurra- tion . . . Alpha Tau Orns-ga. MARK BONDE HANSEN . . . Bvavvr Dani .... Animal HllSll2llllIl'A' . . . Sarlmllo ancl Sirloin Club: 4-H Club: Blue Shiold Club: Summvr Prom: Rural Art Show. PAI'L EVANS HANSEN . . . Grc-on Bay . . . Clnlinival I'IIlgIllf'l'I'IIlf.f . . . AlC'l1E . . . Be-ta Theta Pi. VVAYNE NORMAN IIANSEN . . . Racinc' . . . Evonoinivs . . . "AV" Club: II1Slll'2l1ll'f' Sorivty . , . Eootball , . . Golf . . . Chi Phi. GORDON NORMAN HANSON . . . Eau Vlairf- . . . Elc'c't1'ir'al En- 2lIll'f'I'IIlg . . . LSA, Prosiflviil. 386 JACK l.Ol'IS HANSON . . . Raeine . . . Civil Engineering . . . ASCE . . . Monroe Park Village, Seeretary-Treasurer. JANET LOI'ISE HANSON . . , Janesville . . . English . . . Hoofers: Junior Orehesisg Orientation . . . Alpha Gamma Delta, Rushing Chair- man . . . Panhellenie Representative. RVSSELL ALLEN HANTASCH . . . Milwaukee , . . Meehanieal Engineering .... A SME . . . Sigma Delta Omega. EVERETT WAYNE HARDING . , . Baraboo . . . Applied Mathe- matics and Meehanies . . . Phi Eta Sigma . . . Wisconsin Band. GRETCHEN ELIZABETH HARDT . . . Appleton . . .h Seeondary Education . . . Mortar Board, President: Eta Sigma Ph1 V. . . Wis- eonsin Players: Theater Committee, Players Chairman: IIIIIOII Diree- torate, Secretary . . , Kappa Kappa Gamma, Viee-President. JACK HARNED . , . Madison , . . Politieal Seienee . . . Mace, Presi- dent: Sigma Delta Chi, Viee-President . . .Radgeig Editor: Badger Board, President: New Student Week, Co-Chairman: Student Senate: SLIC, Publications Committee Co-Chairman . . . Sigma Pln, President. JOAN l+ILIZABl'lTH HARRIS . . . Tipton, Iowa , . . International Relations . . . Cornell College . . . Vniversity of London . . . YGOP: lnternational Relations Club , . . Chi Omega. MARION HARTENRERG . . . Madison . . . Speeeh Correction and Speeeh Education . . . Zeta Phi Alpha, President . . . Treasurer: Sigma Kappa Phi , . . Orientation: Senior Swingout: Newman Club: Wis- eonsin Players Stage Crew: Seheders: Inter-Arts Assoeiation: l'nion Open House and I'sher's Committee . . . Theta Phi Alpha, Rushing Chairman. DARRELL .I HARTl'NG .... P Xrkansaw .... Xgrieultural Engi- neering ..., A XSAE. Dl'AINE HARTVNG .... Xrkansaw .... - Xgrieultural Engineer- ing .... ' XSAE. PAI'L JOSEPH HARTI'NG . , . Platteville . . . Pharmaey . . . VVis- eonsin Pharmaeeutimil Assoeiation . . . Kappa Psi. DANIEL WALTER HARTWIG . . . West, Allis . . . Commeree . . . Milwaukee Extension . . . Rho Omieron Tau . . . Richardson House, President: Marketing Club, Camera Club, Soeiety for Advanee- ment ot Management . . , Delta Sigma Pi. GILBERT L. HARVANCIK . . . Milwaukee . . . Politieal Seienee . . . Phi Eta Sigma: Phi Beta Kappa. EDVVARD FRANCIS HASISROOK , . . Green Ray . . . Journalism . . . Phi Eta Sigma , . . Octopus, VViseonsin Players . . . Chi Psi, Presi- dent. DAVID LARRY HASH . . . VVaupun . . . Physieal Edueation . . , Phi Epsilon Kappa . . . "VV" Club . . . Baseball. EDVVARD R. HASSELKVS . . . Dousman . . . Hortieulture . . . lilne Shield: -I-H Club: Landseape Couneil Ring: Ag Student Council: Orientation: Mid-VVinter Hall. Finanee Chairman . . . Delta Theta Sigma, President. ANNA VVENIEAN HASTINGS . . . Aladison .... Iournalism . . Coronto: Gamma Alpha Chi, President . . , Alpha Phi. JI'DlTH ANN HAVVLEY . . . Baldwin ..., - Xmeriean Institutions and Edueation . . . I'nion Couneil: SLIC: Student Board, Seeretaryi Panhellenie Couneil . . . Kappa Delta, Viee-President. JOHN HASTINGS HAY . . . Old Lyme. Conn .... Baehelor of Arts . , . Crew . . . Beta Theta Pi. JAMES RAYMOND HEISHE . . . Fort Atkinson . . . Personnel . . . Sigma Chi, President. RICHARD JOSEPH HECHT . . . Menasha . . . Geology . . . Geology Club: Newman Club. 387 HANSON, J. - HECHT N51 gi. is: XXX 7? Y'-T.-Y' : 'fe'1L- s gg.: R t .X .gi Mp, .. ' if . .-,..,,,.,-5. .. 1-,.. HEEMAN ss HETZER ii ,-1 Ei P A3 , 'Z-K li ,inf 'Wh , K j,,.,l . I, ,. .. 4.51 .55 if bgffgg A A iimesl . . fjgggiw - 2 ismjgi, Uv X M V H ...Mx , X A K ,X x X f R gy, ,lL 'Q-4' I ' I. A. RICHARD LERUY HIQICM.-XX . . . Kenosha . . . Marketing . . . Arnohl Air Sorivtyg MHA Cuhinvi: lizishforml Housv, Prcrsiilvntg Mur- lwting Cluh: New Sturlvnt Wvvk: Campus ciIlI'IllV21l. l"l.l.lCN MARIE H lCl"TY . . . Vvronu . , . Homo lironoinirs lcflllfil- tion . . . Psi llpsilon Omirron . . . Now Stuch-nt Wc's-k . . . Alpha Chi Uinvgzx. NANCY ANN HICIIJICX . . . Milwxuikee . . . Holm- l'lCUI1UllllI'S . l'futh1-nic-sg Ilomovoining .... Xlphzi Chi 0IIl1'22l. Cl..XlllCXCl'I l.Ol'lS HlCl.lJ, JR .,.. Vl':n1wutos:n . . . llc-onomirs . . Milwzuilwc- lixtm-nsion . . . Chi Psi. lJl'll.l,A HANSHN Hl'll.fll'lSON . . . llflzinitowor . . . Home lfuo- noniivs. IDUNALIJ KICITII lll'Il.CilCSOX . . . Vaxlmlors . . . .Af.fI'llfllllllI'2ll Edu- Vi ltion . . . Futurr- l'lilI'Illl'l'S of Alni-riL'z1: Sznlfllv :lnml Sirloin Club: l'l1'l'SlllH21ll Urivntntion .... Xlphu ciilllllllil Rho. Hl'Ilil5l'lli'l' .IAMICS HI-Il.l.lCX . . . Milwmlks-v . . . Civil l'Inginm-r- ii lg . . . Chi lCpsilon .... A XSCIQ. SCIl.l.A A. lllCl,MBlllCCHT . . . Mxivvillv . . . Plwsirzil Edu- ,gl nation . . . llolphinsg NUXYIIIHII Cluh: YV.-XAi 5 X nf? Q, Q. x 'lhga ' X ,Qi ,yy YZ! ...,, .lANl'IT M. HICLMS . . . limvvi' Dum . , . Horns- lfcfononiirs linin- rzition . . . Psi Vpsilon Uinir-ron: CDIl1ll'l'UIl Xu . . . Commons Coni- initlvv: Orin-ntzition: VVAA ..., A lphai Chi fllllffgil. l.l.0YD A. HEXIDRICKSUX . . . lilam'l1:1rrlvill1- . . . l'lronoInic's . . Tau Kappa lipsilon. lSl'I'l'TlNA UHARl.OTTI'l HHNICI .... Madison , . . French and fil'l'Il12lll . . . Sophomore Honors . . . YWCA: IS.-Kg l"i'g-iicli Clubg Ger- ni:1n Cluh: Student Soiizxtc-. VVlI.lilAM R. HICNTZEX . . . MllNW'illlliFl' . . . Conuuvrce :ind Chem- istry . . . SAM . . . Curclinzil . . . Tvnnis . . . Chi Psi. .ll'lJY Hl'Ililil'Vl'IAl'X . . . Williu-ttv, Ill .,,.. A pplim-ll Art . . . VVells Collvgv . . . Zvtn Psi . , . Dolphins . . . Kappa gxlIJll2lTlll'i,1l. IRICXE l'Il.lZAl3l'I'l'll HICRMAN . . , Lexington, Ky ..,. Plrronomirs . . l'nion Pvrsonnm-l Bure-nu. Clmirniarig l'nion 1JlI'0CtOI'Illi'f Union Housv Connuittw: VVSA Puhlif' llc-lzitioils Committcwe . . . Alpha l'Ipsilon Phi, PFflSi4ll'lll. Cll.XRl.l'iS C. Hlflilllfili . . . Montcllo . . . Hispanic Studios. IJIAXIC liillllili lll'llilil.lXG . . . lNIudison . . . lnsumnvm- .... A lphu 3' A li:1pp:1 Psi: Provost Corps: lllSlll'1lllf'l?S0f'll'ly. l . - Q Z IllCl.lCNlfI S. Hl'IRSIIFIlCl.lJ . . . Jolivt. Ill .... linglish . . .QJCTOIJIISI C:n'm-vrs flillll'l'I'9Il1'l'I Vliislqits, DAVID ULICN Hl'IllZl'ill . . . YV:n1wz1t0s:1 . . . l'llllilllf'l-' . . . l"inzinrfo X Sorlvly' . . . llvltn l'psilon. lil"l'H ll. lll'iSS . . . Blnclison . . . Blush' . . . ArYIlI'll7lll'g Coll!-gi' . . Siggnin Alpha lotn .... X Capps-ll:1 Choir. CARMICX XICVVLANIJ lll'ISSlCl.l5l4IRCl . . . lior-lalzunl . . . Iivo- , noniif-s ..,. Xrzn'i:1. J JACK .l. IllC'l'Zl'Ili . . . llurznnl . , . lVI:n'lu-ting . . . YGOI : M:n'lu-t- ing: Cluh. i 4 J 88 NANCY L. HICKS . . . Kenilworth, Ill .... English . . . Iiraflforll Junior Collvgv .... - XWS Style Showg Sonior Swingout. KENT AR'I'HI.'R HILL . . . Parclve-ville . . . Iizivlioloi' of Svioiivv . . . Chi Phi. RENETTE HILLER . . . lNIilwaukcL- . . . Pharmavy . . . Wvisl-onsin Pharma0eutir'al Assouiationg American PllIll'Ill2if'l'lltIl'2il JASSOCIIIIIOIIQ Hillvl: Kappa Epsilon. JCDITH ANN HILLER . . . Milwaukvv . . . Mudical Torflinology . . . Alpha Dm-lta Tlivtag Chi Alpha Pi . , . Intvrnational Cluh: flrovvs Coop, Serrs-tary. JACQCELINE HINKE . . . Dorvhvstcr . . . Nursing. VERNON W. HINKEL . . . Madison . . . Finance . . . Provost Corps: Society for the .AtlVIlllI'9Il1l'Ilt of Managvmt-nt: Finance Soviety. DAVID OTT HOAGLAND . . . Bronx, N. Y .... Sociology . . . Pro- vost Corpsg Svabharfl and Blamlv . . . IF Count-ily Military Ball: ciI'l'f'K Wee-kg Prom . . . Dc-lta Tau Delta. CAROLEE HOBRS . . . Shakc-r Heights, Ohio . . . Economic-s . . Connm-c'ticut, College . . . Delta Gamma. RICHARD HENRY HODGSON . . . Rico Lake . . . Spec-rli . . . Stu- dent Svuato Human Relations CIOIIIIIIIIICOQ Anokijig Confvrvnce. Chair- man: Harvsfootj Harosfoot Follivs, Dvrorations Chairman. WALTER L. HODOROWSKI . . . Milwaukvm- . . , liavlwlor of Sf'll'llt'lx . . . Light Building Association. JAMES L. HOEIVT . . . Waukvsha . . . Agrirultural Eronomirs . . . Saclrllr- ancl Sirloin Cluh: liluo Shia-lcl .... Xlpha Gamma Rho, Ss-c'i1-tairy. MARGARET JANE HOEKSTRA . . . Marshtivld . . . Mc-flical Sc-iviic-ti . . . Sigma Epsilon Sigma: Sophomoro High Honors . . . VViskits. DAVID HOEVELER . . . Maclison . . . Rarlwlor of Sr'i0nr'v . . . VVre-st- ling . . . Chi Psi. EAY HOH . . . Hsin Chu, Taiwan, China . . . Baclicilor ot' Arts , . Chinvsc- Stutlvnt Assoriation. JEANNE CARROLL HOLLE . . . Oak Park, Ill .... Lahor Man- agemvnt . . . Sigma Dvlta Pi . . . Phi Chi Tlieta, Socrvtary: Forum CIOIHIIIITIQ-'01 House- Committee: VVisc'onsin Forensic' Vnion. VVARREN ARTIICR IIOLLENRECK . . . New llolstoin .... Iour- nalism . . . Sigma Delta Chi. MARY JANE HOLLEY . . . VVauwatosa . . , Child D1-vm-lopiuont . . . Vivintvr Carnival. Chairman: Ilumorology: Campus Carnival . . . Kappa Alpha Tlu-ta. CLIl"l"ORD M. HOLLY . . . Rac-inv . . . E14-r'tri1'al I'lIlLIIll4'l'I'lllf.f , . . Ravine- Exte-nsion . . . Kappa Eta Kappa: IRE: AIEE. DARRELL CHARLES IIOLMAN . . . Km-nosha . . . I'llll2l1ll't' . Ifinanr-0 Som-ivty: MHA Ilousv Prvsiflvntls Council. DONNA L. HOLSCHVII . Groon Ray . . . Spt-orli Corrm-r'tion . . . Sigma Epsilon Sigma: Sophomorv High Honors: Sigma Kappa Phi . . . Ilomeconiing. Doc-orations Chairman: I'nion Crafts Com- lnittvvz I'nion Housv Rl'l?l'OSOIll2llIVl' . . . Alpha Chi Oni:-ga. DVVIGHT H. HOLT , . . VVashhurn , , . Agronomy . . . YVis1-onsin Poultry Cluh, Pri-sich-nt: Sadcllc' anrl Sirloin Cluh, 'l'1'vasui'vi': Ag Stu- nlvnt Counrilg I'nit4-tl Stumlr-nt Evllowsliip .... P Xlpha Oaninia Rho. TI'!'tlSllI'l'I'. 389 HICKS A HOLT 45 312: . sf! ikgf Wi. 1117! eg ,vo-.. in., . SD it ,. it ,R 'X 1.30" 4' sy, . rw- 5, A A 9 P ,RN ,.,. ,...-. . X . Y 7 M i:.:i . 1 . to AV , I , r W V . X N , F Q if if ' Kappa Sigmas hail the mlrivei' of their winning c'hz1l'iot. The Creeks Have Their Week Some sororitios definitely pull hzmlm' than the otlu-1-s. Lots of girls wmild hitch their 4-hariots to those happy horses 390 GICORGIC ALLAN IIOLTZ . . . MIlAA'IlIlKf'4' . . . I'fc'onoinic's . . . Mil- wankc-o Idxtcnsion. MARY L, HOMANN . . . Madison . . . Rulatcml Art, . . . I4IlNYI'0lll'l' Collvge . . . Bznlger: AWS Fashion Showg I+Iiitl1viiif's: Hoofvrs: I'nion Cialis Coinmiltw: R1-latvcl Art Cllnh . . . Alpha C'hi Onnfga. RICHARD ANTHONY HOPKINS . . . Mont:-lair. N. .I .... I'ff'o- noniics . . . Chi Psi. Um I 41 . ,.., iff, R, A HOLTZ E HUN 'f -we Q, .:: '- GORDON ALVIN IIOPPIC . . . Collnnhns . . . VVi'a'stling .... A gri- il f'IIlI1ll'i'. " .IAMICS RAYMOND HORNIINCI . . . MZLZIPIIIQIIIII' .... A f'l'0lll1l-IIIQJQ Z .V 5. A TZ, . . . Reita Alpha Psi: Sovivty for tho A1lvam'vmc'iit of Maiiagi-inmit. - ' JOHN ICDWIN HORTON . . . Milwanksw . . . History . . . Phi I'lta I Sigma: Phi Bc-ta Kappa: MHA I,iln'ai'y Coininittw- . . , Iianll. I X I K x BIGTH LICONA HOSIICR . . . Milwankev . . . Vhilcl Ilvvvlopms-nt I . . . Ifiitllm-liivsl Honn-Corning: Dormsylvania. HICLICN NEAL Hos1.E1z . . . Miifiim . . . Mimi- . . . sigma Alpha - H QA Iota .... A VVS: O1'f'l1vst1'a3 A Cappvlla Choir: Wonienls Cliorns . . . QV Chi Onn-ga. ,ay A 3 'Q zi.. , li MARY IiI'ITI'I HOLGH . . . Oshkosh .... - Xc'c'onnting . . . Ripon l Colligo . . . Phi Chi Theta . . . Christian Scivnvo Organization. ' PHILIP HERl5ICR'I' IIOVVARD . . . I.nC1-ossv . . . Iilvc-ti'im-:il Iingri- iivvring . . . Iita Kappa Nn, Prvsiclviitq Phi Eta Sigma .... XIICIC: IRIC: Polygon I5oai'il3 Intvr-Varsity C'ln'istian Fc-llowship. BRVCIC ALAN HOVVIC , . . Madison . . . Mec'lianic'al I5Ilfl,'IIll'0l'Ill1.f lA , 'I ' ax . . . Pi Tan Signing ASME . . . VVisc'onsin Eiigiiivviz 1 4 'H MARGARICT II. HVRBARD . . . Rio. . . PUlItII'i1lSf'IQ3Ill't'. . . Voranlo I 'A' . . , Carclinalg I'nion Gzunvs Coinmittvc-. I'nion Nvws Iinreani I'nion f', ,Q House Ihipif-sm-iltativrlg Orin-ntation: Campus Carnival: Ig21Qlf.I1'I' Clnh. .i AIIf'l'-P1'f'SILlI-'Ill , IQ, , fl. DONALD HIGNRY HIIISISNER . . . Wvanlu-sha . . . Light Iinilmling M g . Inelustry . . . Real I'lstat0 and IIOIIIU Building Assoviationg Mai'lmt,- 5 R , ing Chill: Bzulgvi' :AIIIO Clnlm. V ' . SIIIRLICY A. IIIIICIBNER ..., A Xntigo . . . Homv lic-onomivs, A I. A ' I gk GIQORGIC ICDVVARD HI'IINKl'I . . . Milwankw- . . . Spvm-li. - XX . Y, -I, gfgiiiil L " I is im , JOHN VVARRICN HIIVIISICRT . . . Kohlvi' . . . C.'l1o1iiic'al l'llugii1N-i'- ing . .. Phi I'lta Sigma: Phi L:nnhcla I'psilon: Sophoinorv Honors, fIHIlK'0I'T Iianili IAfI2lI'l'llI11,!.I Rainlq Symphony Owlwstrag AIl'hIC. xx YIRGINIA MAIC IIIIMKIC . . . Shvlroygan . , . Homo I'lf'OI1OIllII'S ,sum . . . Oniivron Nn . . . liiltlic-ilivs . . . AYhitc Ilonsv, Prosiill-nt . , . Dvlta Dvlta Dc-lla. ., X2 MARGARET I"LORICNC'l'l HVMPIIRINIY . . . AYansan . . . Vhilrl D1-vvlopinc-nt . . . Iiaulgmt Young R4'pnhli4'ansg I'lIllll0llIl'S ...I Alpha Phi, Scviw-t:1i'y. RAY ALLICN IIUNDICR . . . Stoilalarml . . . Agi'i4-liltllrv Hiigiiiclwiiig . . . .Af.fl'II'lIlfl1l'l' I"lllQ.fIIl00l'lIlg Sovioty: Arnolml Aii Sovicity . . . Honw- r-oniing, Assistant G1-lwral cll12lII'll1211lI Svnioi' l'onnr'il: Il" Chorus: Mil- itary Brill, Chairman . . . Boxing . . . Psi I'psilon, Sw'i'c'1a1'y. NANCY .IEAN HI'NNIl'I'T'I' . . . Pasanli-na, Calif .... IIl'I'l'K'21II4lll . . . Hoolursg Winks-1' Carnival Cloormlinatoi' . . . Gainnia Phi Rota. l"RlCDl'IRICK ISARK Hl'NT . . . VV:u1watosa . . . Iilvc-ti'im':1l Iingi- IlI'l'I'IIlg . . . I'l1a Kappa Nu: Tan Bvta Pi. SUI 'ZZ' HUTCHISON 3- JASCULCA M.XR.l0.XN Hl"l'CHlSON . . . Domlgvvillv . . . Honu- lCc'onoinir's tl new l'llllll4'lll4'SI .Kg Stuclc-ut Counril, Svf'1'vtury, Thx- Spvvtulor: Suflcllc :lull Sirloin Cluh, Prvsimlont: .Kg Stuclvnt . mm Clrnnmu Rho, si't'l'0ltll'y. ll XXXIC X. lNCl'l . . . Ruriuv . . . SK'!'0llllIl1'f' lirlurzution. V: 1 l f x ' Wll,l,IAlVI S. IXIJA . . . lY1llWiLlllil'f' . . . :xg!'ll'lllflll'0 . . . Cl:-ology Cluh: HW" Club . . . Cross Country: 'l'rz1c'la. ' CllARl,l'lS HENRY INGWRRSON . . . Shorewood . . . Civil lingi- , 111-v1'irlg2,' . . . llf' Nowsz Proln, Invitations Cll2ill'Ill2illI l'nion l7:1nC0 Coinrnitte-vi Cnion Pc-rsonnvl Rurenu: Hoofm-rs: ASCE . . . Thvtn Chi. l if 5 um 1.,xwnr:Nc'r: IRMINGICR . . . Wluiwlmmi . . . .lournulism Tlwtu Siglnn Phi, Prvsimlvnt: Corrinto . . . Car1lin:1l: .NYS Fashion Show: Wlisvcfttiqllvtv, .'Xc'tivi1i1-s l-Irlitor: l'nion Xvws Rurvau . . . ' D4lt17rt1 ' 'lt : Ji : . x7lf'l'-PN-'Sli 1-n . l.l'iRUY l'lRlCli ISAKSSON . . , Ht'l'lJSlf'll . . , l'll1'c'tri1':1l l'lIlglIll'9l'- W' ing . . . Kuppu lim Kappa .... Xll'Il'I. l"RrXNlil.lN VVll.l,lS IYICRSOX . . . Sirs-n . . . Plnn'1n:u'y . . . Rho Chi . . . VVisc-onsin Plltll'IH2ll'K'llllC'2il Sorioty. ,YN VV, IYICRSON . . . R:u'inv . . . l'l1'ononii1's . . . BIHA Christ- ir-orutions Clniirinun. .XLYIN NU,-Xll JACOBS . . . llullns. Ts-Xus . . . lnmlustriul lingi- - gn V nm-1-ring . . . llf' Nc-ws . . . Svuior Counril . . . Crm-w . . . Phi lipsilon ' V 1 i 3:-4 1 Pi. Vivo-l'1's-simlcllf. Y TIP: WAXYXIC JOHN .moons . . . vm. iaylw . . . All-uiiim-gil-:li 141.gi- , W nw-ring . . . 'l'uu Rc-Tn Pi . . . Tluitn Tung Mining :incl Me-t-:illurgy 'M X Clulv, Viw-4--Pwsiflr-lit. X f ilHIR'l' l"RlCl7 .IACORSICX . . . Munitowof' . . . Civil l'Ingins-c-r- N I llljl, ..., XSCF . . . Foollmll. l x V A ill.YX R. .l.XHN . . . Mzulison . . , Chilml llvvolopnic-nt . . . 1 'L ulnivsg VVAX liozmli llnivvrsity Chorus. .IOIIN VVAIATICR .l.vXllNKl'l . . , Milwznilws- . . . Civil lingiru-vriiig ' incl City Plillllllllll .... XSCIC . . . Rnsvlmll . . . 'Flu-tu Dvltu Chi. Prvsi- uzwix nrinorrn .uuxs . . . 311.1-in-will .... YLfI'lf'lllllll'lx . . . 4-H g Cluhg Rluc- Shia-lclg Snmlcllv mul Sirloin Clulrg l'nion Caunvru Cluh . . , li K Phi Slglllil Kappa. Pre-sirlvnt 4 i .iP4l fig, 'Z C 'l l Q! Rfk .Q . ' Q ml..-ff, " :W ' -I ' z- ' 2 "' by 1 L ,M- C ll.XRl.l'lS VIfII.ll'1.I.XMlCS . . . lYIllVl'Illlli0l' . . . Gvogrzipliy . . . Priure- tou l'niv1-rsity . . . lnsurxnnw- Soriety. i l'l.XlX'IlL'l'0X SPICXCIGR JAMICS . . . lloclgm-ville . . . Politivul Svivlire- . Young Rvpiihlifmnsz Proniq Hoinvroiniiig , . . Sigma Chi. 'lH M. .l.-XX i . . . Criv' x . . . I ish lHImluc':1tion . . . llwvii Av 1 ' -u-:lc " N 1 mr-xrv Cl0lllllllitlfl'. Rll HARD A. .l.XNlQOVVSlil . . . lN' ' W-nllu-v . . . Moc-l1unic':1l lingi- r' ..,. X SMIC. 5l'IRl .XNDR 'IVV .IAXRAS ' ' , . . Llilwaulliw . . Mvrllziiuirail 'nginccr' . . . l' rluu Signni . . . ' 'z 'P Q 'av 5 'bv ,f '-fxmizeh' 7 ,i 'ZKU .QL Y . ' . . . . 4YY2llll" . . . Mollivino . . . llllfll-QI'S. l if : .- ,ff 7 .M .Q -f ' Wk -.U V we-fimzijza Jl,l'lY GlllRl'lR'l' llYDl'l . . . Wzxuwutioszi .... - hllllllill Huslmmlry inrilg liittlv lIlf0l'Il2lllOIlIll. l'slu-rs Illlll Grounds Chnirlnaln . . . ROSICMARY .ll+lFl"lH'lY . . . Norfolk, Vu .... Applicrl Art . . . Kappa De-ltu. PHll.lP ICLDICN JICNSICN . . . Clinton . . . Nuturxll Svim-ru-v . . Sclu-llvrs: Vnion Conunons clOIllIIlllfl'I'Q MHA VVoi'k Shop . . . MHA Awzmls. NIARIAN MAIC JICRMO . . . lmgzuivillv , . . Clhilml lJl'Vl'lOPIIlllIll . . . l'lllfll0IllI'S. JOSl'lPH VVll,l.lAM JOHANNING . . . Highlauul ..., AjLI'li'llllllI'f'. Civil lfllQ.L'll1f'l'l'lIlg .... ' XSAICQ ASVICQ lNl'XVIll2ll1 Club . . . Cfrvw . . lilllllidil. Phi Alpha. Prvsidonl. ALICE A. JOHNSON . . . Mt. llorvlm . . . Oc'm'lip:1tioi1z1l 'l'l1c'rnpy . . . OT Club: Sczuulinziviun Cluh. CLl'llDA J. JOHNSON . . . SfllI'gI1'Oll Bay . . . History l'l1lum':1 ' , . . l,:1w1'4-iivc' C'0ll1-gc' . . . Hoofcrs .... ' Xlphu Chi Onic-gn. DAWN l'Il.Ll'lN JOHNSON . . . WVIIUSIIII . . . Nursing . . . l'lI'0SllIl1IiIl JEFFREY E ...E-ff' '- ,, Orioutatioug Wintvi' cli1l'IllV2llQ fl:1l'1'l'I'lS flOIll'0l'l'llC0 ..., ' Xlphu Ni Dvltzl. .N E ' . DAGMAR CAROLINIC JOHNSON . . . XVIIIISRIII . . . Ban-lu-lor of 5? 1 Q, Arts . . . Wausau luxtension . . . Dolphins. FILDON LYMAN JOHNSON . . . liclgvrton .... ' Xgi-im-ultim-. JULIE ,zifiiif-Q E if 2 Lzfvgfzv ftzi ,?W?E -in .ff if l W ? A ifE E. v ,Q N, fe' E . A 5- .lun f ,K g I., si l,l4'Q"" GLICNN STI'IVVAli'l' JOHNSON . . . Milw:u1kc-0 ..,. lournnlis . . . lfoollmlli 'l'i'z1,r'k. JOAN IHISTICR JOHNSON ..,. Xshlzuul . . . Physivzil Mmliviiiv , . . litzi liuppzi Lzunhdn .... Physical 'l'l1o1':xpy C'luh . . . Dvltu Zvtzi. w-... LEROY li. JOHNSON , . . lNIilw:ulk0c' . . . M1et:1lli11'g.:ic':il lfliigziiww- ing .... P Nlll0l'lI'2lIl Instituto ol' lVIvt:1lli1i'g.5ic':1l liiigziric-c'1's: Mining :uirl Metrillurgy Clulm . . . liansvlmll. MARILYN ANN JOHNSON . . . .lzirivsvillv . . . l'Inglish l'lcluc':1tion , x . . . lftzl Sigma Phi. SCC'I'l'l2lI'Y .... luniol' Dolphins . . . Pi livtu Phi. A MAiu1.yx I., .ionxsox . . . swim ima. Calif .... cal-f-mmfimmi H 1 ' ' 'l'lier:1py . . . l'nion Gzillvry flOIHIl1lff6'l'1 Prom, Progrzun fllllllflllillll , V . Hoofvrs . . . Doltzi Zvtzi. law' NEIL EDVVARD JOHNSON . . . Wruiwutoszi .... Civil lCi1gi11vv1'il1g . . . VVisc'onsin l'fngin4-Or: ASPH . . . 'lJI'l2lllglK'. RIf'HAKD KI'INNl'I'l'H JOHNSON . . . lllllIll'l2lI1ll4'I' . . . livorioiiiivs. THOMAS LEONARD WlfIMPl,lC JOHNSON . . . lim-Q' ' , .... , . Pulitii-:nl Sr-iviivv . . . Phi litn Sigma. Pl'l'Slll4'lllI Sopliouiorv llonors. ' EVunNE1ucuAnn,unJA'...Gwuinw'...rnwmmnmm' fy5Q . . . liho C'hi: Phi Slgllllil. . Lx L. DOl'Ol.AS JONICS . . . liwive-1' Dxun .,.. N5I,l'l4'lllf1ll':ll IC:-oiinniivs . . . Young: liz-puhlir':u1s. l.l'lON JOSICPH . . . lNIllW:lllli1'l' . . . lic-ono1nir's . . . llooll-rs: 770 Voiiiiilittm-3 l'IIll'0SllOOlQ Hillf-l . . . Phi Sigma Dvltn. 'WJ' DON l'l. Jl'l.ll'I . . . Milwruilivc- . . . lXI:1tl1vin:1tic's. .JUN .X rw' 3 JULIEN s KEISMAN V Q Q JC ,, ,. 4-V f 7 -, Q ,Q - ' '232313 :QQ nf .3-Q A. ,W ' fn- , , ,. V 4 Isifigi .N 'ff' f- fi liz-1 'fiiq -wig- 112 I 2 'vi 41 . , Wu X X. v Q' S X x A C 5 f lk yy. 15' 'M 254 Ml Q84 gy ar'-' -Q .gs f Y, pu., :S , ' .. li . . s 12'-v 7 Q ,R I 'Q' Qi 7 Sf. X - fi xanga? K gl, 1 . I J.XNl'l'l' R.'Jl'l.ll'lN . . . Honolulu, Hawaii . . ..cJ1'4'IlIJ2lllOll21l 'l'lwi':1py . . . llHXY2ill2lll Clulw: 770 Cluh l,IlIlf'l' Ciollluuttc-vg P2lIIllf'llt'lllf' lirill lJl'l'O1'21llOIlS ..., XVVS .lllfliviul Clmirmaui . . . llc-lt:1 llvlm Dvltzx, Svc-rc-t:n1'y. M.XR'l'lN ROlll'IR'1' KADICS . . . Mzulisou . . . Coililiivwv . . . Phi l'l1:1 Slfllllil . . . Za-fn lic-tal rllilll, 'l'i'm1sil1'vI'. lJl.XNl'I LICNORIC K.-Xl+lRClll'lR . . . VV:itvrtown .... P Xu-ountiug :mil li1sui':uu'c- . , . Phi Chi Tlu-tai. Vivv-l'i'c-sinlm-lit .... Xlphri fliillllllil lh-ltzl, 'l'1'c-zislirs-r'. lll'IRRl'lR'l' KAMMICR . . . Milw:u1lu-4- .... 7 Xg1'ir'11ltl1i':1l liIlf'lCl'l- ology . . . Hool'0rs . . . MH.-X Photo Cluh. ROY .L KNMPN . . . liulvpf-11111-iiw . . . Plli1l'Ill:lI'j' . . . Kappa Psi . . . Wisvonsiii Pll2lI'Ill2Ll'0llfiPill .Xssoc'i:ltiou. ROBICRT .VXLLICN K.XMPMl'Ill'IR . . , WVIlll'l'lOO . . Civil llngi- Ill'l'l'lll2!2. IRVIN HOMER K.XNl'I . . . Milwmlliw .... ' M-1-ouutiug :uid l.:nw . . . Tau lipsilou Rho . . . VVilli:uu H. Timliu l,cg:1l l71':1tc'ruity, Prvsi- clc-ntq Alpha lflpsilou Pi, KlCNNl'ITll .l.'XlVIl'IS K.XN'l' . . . VW-st Salt-m, lll ,... Comnu-rm-v . . . Siguizi liumhilu Chi . . . R1-:il lCst:11s- :xml Light liuilclc-rs Assoviziiiou. ROBERT DAVID K.-XRIAN . , . Flushing, N. Y .... Physivs . . . Phi lftu Sigma . . . HS Couun-il . . . l'uiv0rsity SyuiphouyOrr'lwsl1':1. li.XRl5.XR,X ANN KAR l,l'lN , . . hlolllivvllo . . . lNIvLli1':1l 'lll'f'lll1OlOjIj' . . . Alpha llvltzn Tlu-1:1 . . , Dolphins . . . MQli'Ml11'l'2lj' Collvgrv . . . .Xlphu Phi. OLICNN Vl'll.l,l.XM KASCHNICR . . . lXIilw:111lwc- . . . cl0illI11t'I'l'0 lillOfJIl1lC'l'lll1T1lll. . . NIilI'lit'll11gCll1ll . . . Sovivty for,Mlx'u11m-riiorlt of M2lllllgl'Hl1'Ill . . . cl2lIIlI'l'2i Club . . . Dvllai Sigma Pi. llARRllC'l' l. KAST . . . Kenosha .... xIlll'I'll'21-I1 Institutions . . . Vniou Housv Commiltvo . . . Stunlc-nt lioairml Ar-rulciuiiv .Xl'l'2lll'S Com- mittcw- . . . Vuiou Music' Committcs-, l"lQRNl'l R.Xl'l K.XTl.l'llVliXN . . . Omullal, Nvlm .... Sorinl VVo1'k . . . VViskits . . . Stage' Crvw .,.. ISVVF . . . Som-izil VVo1'k Cluh . . . Rn-ml Cross . . . llillol, 'l'Hl'IODORl'1 KNTTIS . . . Rwll'o1'cl, lucl .... Mc-vliuiiir-ul l'I11gi1m-1'- ing . . . Dvllzi Sigmxi Pi. OLICN F. KAl'l"lX'IAN . . . Fort Atkinson . . . Spvwli Corrc-r'tiou . . . Sigiun Kappa Phi . . , NVisvonsi11 Pluyors . . . Spaniisl1-Poi'tug110sc- Clulm . . .'Cll2ll1'Ill2l11, Vnion Film Comluittw . . . lvllltbll Di1'uCto1':itv. JACK K.Xl'l7MgXN . . . Clvvvlzuul llvights. Ohio . . . Cnion Film cl0IHIl1lll't'l' . . , Alpha lfpsilou Pi. JOHN S'l'l'IPHl'lN KAY . . . lilllIl0ltlll4ll'l' . . . Civil l'lllgilll'l'I'l1lg . . . lfootlmll , , . lioxiug. RORICRT JOSEPH K.XZMlCRCll.XK . . . Owl-u Buy . . . Civil R11- gim-cfriiig ..,. - Xlphu Phi Omvgzi .... loh Opportuuitivs . . . l'lI'0SllIll2lIl clI'l0lllilllOll VVOvk . . . l3:14lg:v1'S:1l1-s . . . lvlllllll QlOll1IYlllll'l'S . . . 770 Clulm . . . Craft Committc-v . . . Campus Chvst . , . Campus C:u'11iV:il . . . llumorologgy . . . Arnold .Xir Soc-ivty . . . Sigma .-Xlphu Epsilon. .IAMICS ROl5l'lR'l' Kl'lAl.Y . . . lilYl'l' Pulls . . . l'l1'o11ou1ic's . . . NIH.-X Comuiittvv. JOHN P. KICARNS . . . Ns-illsvillv . . . clOl'I'C't'llOll11l .NilIl1lIllSlI'2lllOIl . . . Crimv Cluh lixc-vlitivmr Coiuiuittvc-. DANIEL l". K ICISMAN . . . Chii-ago, lll .... liuw . . . Provost Corps . . . Stuflvut lioruwl Committw . . . l'l11t1-1't:1im-rs Cluilcl .... ' Xlphn lfpsilou Pi, 394 K-4-4' E itil, f 2 x mf 54 el warms ou , 005 wn Q,,,. . F:1villv's IIOIISK' ml0r'm':1ti011 p1'c-flivtccl f'0l'I'I'f'IlY thv outvomv uf thc- I'IOI'IlUf'0ITlillg gzunv. f Welcome Back Alumni. Tau Ka 5:1 F msil0n's mrizc- wiuninf 70 wvo :md PI . lis giant pips-. .Xlpl 1:1 Phis :111 pitc'l1Qdi11 011 thc-ir 4lM'01':1lio11. . Lots of IIIHIIDUNYUI' gm-S into 21 ll0IH6'l'0Il1illg display. " ' ? V, 4,1 - F""" RK' ',TS1Z15vKa.a-ni" L"1!f'K'ii.- ,4vllk.iW KELLY KLURFELD, E. if 'IW J ff- , H ,gy 'Irv A C i RUN.-Kl,D Kl'll,l.Y . . . Madison , . . Sovivty for thc' :XtlVtlllt'l'IIlt'Ilt ot' lNIanagenn-nt . . . Sigma Alpha Epsilon. l'Il,Ll'lN M. Kl'll,l.l'Ili . . . Sheboygan . . . Hisp:1nit'Stu1livs , . . Sigma ff-nr!" lipsilon Sigma . . . l'nivc-rsity Choir. CAROL Ml-Xlilli KICNNICDY . . , Franlilin Park, lll .... Physival Mvclivinr- . . . lirafllvy lvlllVt'I'Slij' . . . National lfofloration ot' Svholars Physival Tlivrapy Clulm. MARY ANN KICNNICDY . , . Morrisonvillt- . . . llomm- l'lt'0I10Il1it'S litluvation . . . YVVCA . . . -t-H Club . . . Eutlwnif-s . . . liluv Shit-lcl, ' Prvsiclu-nt . . . Chairman for Youth Day at Farm ancl llomt- lVeffk . . . 'k V1 Chairman ot' Rural Art Show Blllltlllill. 5 MARY PHILLIPS Kl'IND.XLL . . . Sun Prairiv . . . llomv l'lt-onoinic-s . . . Phi Cpsilon Omivron . . . YWCA. H Q HENRY K. KICRXS . . . lvlilwatlkev , . . l'l4'0IltDllll1'S . . . Gmwral ym j ' Chairman ot' llumorology 1954 . . , Ch-noral Chairman ot' Campus Z' . lilootl Drive- . . . llml Cross. XYlt'U-cil12ill'Ill2ll1I Humorology: Prvsiclr-nts A ilkjiiiffgpei l Convoc-ation, Chairman: llf' Counvil . . . Senior Class Tri-asurvr . . . Pi llilllllbtlii. Phi, Pri-simlont. Vif'0-l'l'c-simlvrlt. Z RUSS WHITNICY Kl'fl'Cl'll'lN1 . . . Mamlison . . . Civil l'hlgir1w1'iiig . . . Crt-w NIIIIIRIZUIH -' A f lCOl5l'lll'l' C. KPlVl'1'l'Tl'lR . . . liovktorml. lll .... Connnvrvv . . f ' lnsuranvv . . , Dolphin Clulm . . . "WH Clulm . . , Swimming. liI'Tll KEYS . . . llivhlanml Ctfntvr . . . Hispanim' Studies. b WIl.l.l.XM l'IDVV.XIlD KIICSSLING . . . Lakv Mills . . . lle-ography 'Ulf Qs! E , VP . . . Law , . , Provost Corps . . . Military Ball . . . MHA Calminvt. 'l'HOlNI.XS SCllll.'XNl Kll.PATlllC K . . . Xvtllllilltillil . . . l'lm'onomic's . . . Swiininingg . . . Psi Vpsilon. .XRTIIVR OICIS KING . . . VVausau . , , lCconomir's . . . Dt-lta Slgllltl. to . . . "st-onsin l"orvnsic' l'nion . . . fiilllllllil lita Gamma. .Xl,YCl'I MXH KIXZICI ,... SllPlJl'Jyjl2lll . . . Busimxss lfcluration Program . . . liaclgt-r lllom-la . . . NEA . . . Sf'l1wl01's. ff Q IIARRIICT KARICX KlliCHH0l"l" . . . Matlison . . . Spt-vc-li Cor- - .. H K 1 i .'?""' w f' . r C J F I 3.11,-..-I ' 5 , ' 2 ihf' ,.,Y.4v rvvtion . , . ldclucation . . . Sigma Kappa Phi, Pre-sitlonti Dolphins: CU l'nion Danvv Cominittrw: Panlu-llcniv Count-il: Campus Carnivrlli yi Wintvr Carnival . . . Dvlta Gamma. i DIANE H. KlRCllNl'lll . . . Wauwatosa . . . Spool-ll , . . Zeta Phi , ' ional Collc-giatv Plavvrs . . . VVis1'onsin Playa-rs. rrtr M' W liOl5l'1ll'l' KlSPl'lll'l' . . . ci1'60Il Hay , , . liavliolor ot' .Xrts . . . Phi . lCta Sigrna . . , Sophomort- Honors. fi l,l'IS Kl,lQBl'1SiXDl'Il .... llomira .... Xgronomy .... Xlpha Zeta . . . ha V' Phi Kappa Phi . . . lron Cross . . . VVist'onsin Country lVIagazinv . . . Ag. Studs-nt Counvil, Prvsiflt-nt: Sacltllv :incl Sirloin Clulm: Stuch-nt Sltllllitf Littlv lntvrnational Show: -I-ll Club: Fl'1lll'l'l1lif' lic-siclmit Counsvlors .Xssoviation . . . Dvlta Thx-ta Signla. DOROTHY .XXXIC Kl,l'llX . . . Kauliauna . . . llispanit- Stutlivs . . . Sigma Dvlta Pi . . . Spanish Club . . . Mt-nasha lixtvnsion Cc-ntvr. .llCliUMl'I J. KLOSICIQ . . . VVatz-rvillc-, N. Y .... Dairy lntlustry . . llalwovla Dairy Sc-imir-1' Clulv . . . Nt'XYlll2lIl Clulv. K.XllDl,l'I NAIC Kl.U'l'Z . . . lYllllYtlllli4't' .... Xgrivultural liac't4-ri- ology . . . Prom Sulw-Chairman: Parvnt's Vlbvkoiiml: Sovial .Xtlairs Commission: Panln-llvnit' Chorus . . . Kappa Delta. , V C , . . , Milwaulwt- . . . lfvonoinics . . . Intra- lfrats-rnity llvlations . . . lulmliv Relations, limlgc-1' lilovk Zvta 596 fo' fn :-' fi Za: 73 I : 3' -A .. I'-T E,- wr'-f S A Sf ,,,.. J . :Ji I P Z ,- 2.7 O 'T' :- PZ W 'E' "'n-4 5.74 HL Zhu ,,. jf. 21:1 172 :- Ed. Pi Sw 7? vfxzlw JAMES liRl'ClC KNAAK . . . Waiiwamsa . . . Dairy Hushamlry . . , Sadfllv anrl Sirloin C'll1h: IF C'oum'il . . . Dvlta Theta Sigma. Vive- P11-siclcllt . ROBERT lClJVV.XRD KNAPI' . . . Shvll Lake . . . flOIlS1'l'V21llUI1 . . . Kappa Sigma. NANCY lil,l,ICN KN.Xl'Sl'l . . . Rivlilaml cl1'Ill0l' . , . Hmm- lim- nomivs l'lilllf'2lllOIl . . . Phi llpsilon Omif'i'1m . . , l'llltlll'Y1lf'SI l'11ion Pl'l'SOllIlUl Cfiiiiniittvv. JOYCE ll. KNIGHT . . . Milwaukvo . . . Psyvlmlogy . . . SOpllOIl1ill'E' Hfmurs . . . Psyvlmlogy Cluhg l"1's-m'l1 Clllll. ROISERT KNIIANS . . . lk-lavan . . . Gs-ology. HARRY VVll.l,l.XM KNOBLOUK, JR .... Wauplui . . . Zoology . . . Vnimi C'an1c-ra Vluh: clI'1'lll'Stl'2l. lVll,l4l.XM A. KNOI'll,l,l'IR . . . llc-Ps-rv . . . Marka-ting . . . Markvt- ing Vlulm: Hfmfors . . . Tau Kappa lipsilou. DON.-Xl.lJ YV, KNOl.l .... Milwaukm- .... Ngl'll'lIllll1'l'. DAVID TOM KNl'TlI . . . Hortonvillcl . . , l3at'f01'i0l0gy . . , ll" C'0l1l1r'il: YGOP: Pm-rsliing Rifles .... Xlpha Chi Rho. K.-X'l'Hl.lCl'IN MAH KNl'TIl . . . Ravinc . . . l'llll1f'IlllOll . . . Ravinv lixtvnsion . . . Sl'lllUI' cllJllllf'llQ Durlusylvania Summor Prom. l.E'I'lTl.'X KOCH . . . Mvnaslia . . . c,K'f'llID2itlOIl2ll Tlivrapy. JOAN KOl'INl'IKl'I . . . lilm Grovv . . . Chilil Dovc-lopment .... -X lpha Chi Omvga. IIAROLIJ THOMAS KOHLMANN . . , Four! du Lac' . . . Dairy Huslranflry . . . Cattle Judging T1-ani . . . Pi Kappa Alpha. AXNNAM.-Xli KOHN . . . Rilm Lalw . . . liusinvss l'lClllf'Jlll0Il . . . MHA Fiuamwi cl0IDIllllf1'1'. JOAN M.-Xl-l KOLLMAN . . . C'hir'agn. Ill .... Spanish . . . Vuion Pc-rsmnmll lgllI'l'2illI Parilivllenim' clllOI'1lSI Sparlisli-Po1't11gc-lisv Chili . . . .Xlpha Epsilon '. MARILYN MARIIC KOl,S'l'.'XlJ .... Xrpin . . . l'lllll1'2l A . . . ' l,amlula Tlwta . . . S1'll4'1l6'I'S. XXRON KOMXIICI. . . . Nc-w York. N.Y, . . . lic-miolliic-s . . . li Lamlula Phi. Kl,YlJlC ll.XROl,lJ KOPAN . . . Blarlison . , . liar'llc'lor of .X!'IS. RODNICY l..OI'lS KOPl"l'lR . . . Milwaulwv . . . cl0IIlll1l'l'I'l' . l"111am'LeSur-wty: lnsuraiwv Swim-ty . . . Dc-Ita Sigma Pi. 'l'l'll:IOlJORlC KOPPICNAXYAI .... XNILIUYIUOSII . . . N1f'l2llllll'QIlI'Ill E'3ilf,IlIll'CI'lllQl . . . Phi lita Sigma , . . MHA clIll1lIlf'l . . . 'l'hvta llc-lta ui KLURFELD, S. -- KOPPENAAL ,mkhg g igvf M. 1 11- Q ' - . , ' A , , V - N 5 an . ,k.,r . , GX . A f ,,., 'A A ,. fa -Y .iff ' K9 Q 1: ' wi fb '55 i , ::,,. ,ggi 'wr i A I -In Q-f X an l i X W L r ,...- KOSITZKE g KUBLY I W. 9 N 5 N 1 X , ,fs M . M' r ' 'K F wwe if '15 if .1 4 if x.w'4"4 S ig R 3. Q r iffy eil 4' X ' E Y -ff f . 4 . ,Q-. wer hh.. w. E .l 'A 1 , WGN f W' V S Z ,M if E lil. l .S ' "FY f if V sifw w 2 ' s . , A Y, 2. A if WILLIAM AIKTHVR KOSITZKIC .... Xpplvton .... Af'l'4ll1llllllg . , . Alpha, lxappa Psi: livta Alpha Psi, ICIQVVARD Gl'IOllGl'I KOTI-ICKI . . . Milwaukvo . . . Physim-al limhi- f'2lllOll . . . lYIllXVIll1li0l' lixtvusioli . . . Phi Epsilon Kappa. JOAN IC. KOTIILOVV . . . Ulnippvwa Falls , . . lhxglisll . . . Sigma Alpha lota . . . l'I1iv4-rsity Claorus: cJI'lI'lll2llllDllI lvlllfjll Musir' Vom- iulttmn KONSTANCWC MARY KOWALSKI . . . Madison . . . Spanish . . . Sigma lfpsilon Sigma: S0pll0II1Ul'l' Honors: Sigma D1-lla Pi . . . YAYUIHDIIYS C'horus: Vnion liilmrary cl0fIlIl1lll'01'Q SIJ2llllSl'l-POI'fl1gllC'S1' Chili. KOVVALSKY . . . l'll'01lX. N. Y .... Pl1arm:u'y . . . Phi lfpsilou i. PICGGY lIl'll.l'lN KRAI ,... Sll1iVl'2lll0 . . . Psychology . . . li2lNYl'I'llf'l' Vollvgv . . . Alpha C hi Omm-ga. IJOVGLAS H. KRAMER . . . Manlison . . . l'if'0I1UIllll'F . . . Phi Kappa Sigma. l5EA'l'RIi'I'1 MARION KRAVSI-I . . . cll'l?0ll Hay , . . Institutional Managvmvnt . . . flI'09Il Bay l'lXlOIlSi0llI Nvwman Cliilw. NINA KliAl'Sl'T . . . Uolumhus, Ohio .... A Xntiliropology . . . xNVOIIN'Il'S C'l1oi'11s: l'lllOIl COIIHHOIIS Committc-v: Vniou Puhlir' R1-lations Com- mittm- . . . Alpha Chi Omvga. JOHN KRAPSS . . . Nm-w Yorls. N. Y. . . . liar-lic-lor ol' Sc'ivm'c- . , . lvllltjll Damw- cl0IHIllllfOU . . . 'l'he-ta Chi, Prvsiilviit. MILIDRICID HARRIICT KHAVSS . . . Monrov . , . Svc'oml:u'y lithi- vation . . . IIlll'I'Il2lllUI1ill Club: Pllllll21l'lIllJI1il' clll0l'llS. liAC'lHQl, KRICISS . . . VW-st Allis . . . Gm-ology . . . l'nivr-rsity C'l1o1'l1sZ Geology C'hih ..., P Xlpha Ganmia Dvlta. NANCY l,lCl'l KRICIMANN . . . Milwaulwcr . . . fl0II1IUl'l'K'K' . . . Card- inal: AVVS Fasliion Show, Svc'1'1't:11'y: MIIA Puhlim' llelatioiis, WILLIAM A. KRllCGl'lli . . . Milwaiikm- . . . Ba1't01'iology. STANLICY C. IQRIPPNICR . . . Fort Atkinson , . . Spvevll Qj0l-'l'l'f'- tion . . . Maw: Dvlla Sigma liho: Sigma Kappa Psi , . . clilfilllltlll Ivlllibll Forum C'ommitt0v, CjllillI'HlIlIlQ Fora-nsir' Viiion. TOBA PRESS KRISTAL . . . lY'Iarliso11 ..., A 1lVl'I'llSlllLf . . . l'11i- vvrsily ol' Illinois. IVRANK ROSS liliUlY1 . . . li1'llOSllIi . . . l'l4'OllUIl1lI'F, Ml'lllTON FIDVVIN KRVG . , . Rf'c-clslmlirg . , . History . . . VViSf'olusill liiograpliy. lflllill lililll Y... Vlluiwatosa .... Xppliwl Matlwmativs aml Mv- vhanivs . . . ll0Illt'1'0I1'1lllg. lgllllOllS Chairmail. liUl5I'IR'l' .IAMICS Kl'l'rlAli . . . Pulaski . . . Pliarmavy. l'll7GlCNl'I ARLEN KI'l3l.Y . . . Mamlison ..,. Xrt, l'lmlli1'atio11 . . . Provost Vorps, ClllIlll'IT11lIl of l,l1llllf'2lllUIlS aml .'AllVl'I'llSl'lYlClllS1 Harris- loot Follws. 398 ROY KVBOYAMA . . . Lahaina. Maui, llawaii . . . Psyvhology . . . Vnivvrsity of Hawaii . . . Hawaii Club . . . Boxing. .IOSICPH CHARLES KUCIRICK . . . Wausau . . . I'lt'0l10llllCS . . Newman Club . . . Gamma Eta Gamma. CAROL JUNE KUICCHLIC . . . Wauwatosa . . . linglisli , . . History . . . Pi Lanibtla Theta: Sophomore Honors . . . Panlwllenn- Cliorusi KUBOYAMA - LAND GR,AF Orientation .... ' Xlpha Xi Dvlt-a, 'IlI'l'tlSlll'l'l'. DAVID Kl'l'ICHLI'l . . . Wausau . . . Law . . . Dolta lipsilon. DYANIC VVALTICR KVIZHI A... Nr-vnali .... Xvvounting . . . Bvta 55 Alpha Psi. I W b .IANICE MAE KI'IiHNI'lM,-XNN . . . Vlvatvrtown . . . Nursing . . . A L. Crucible: Phi Kappa Phi . . . WSGA. Vir's--Prosidvnt.: St-nior Swingout. Arrangcnivnts Chairman: l'nion News Burvau: Prom: Cart-1-rs Con- 'I i'l'l'6Ill'O . . . Dc-Ita Ze-ta. - WAYNE K. KVHR . . . Monasha . . . Pharniavy. KENNETH K. KULIK . . . Madison . . . Mevliaiiival Engineering . . . Polygon Board: Amvrivan Sovic-ty of Mvr'h:1nir'al I'lllglIli'l'l'Sf Soviety of Autoinotivce Engineers. JACK RICHARD KI'NKl'lI 4... Milwaukve . . . Evonomivs . . Prom, Tivkvt Chairmang Orin-ntation: Hoofs-rs . . . Chi Phi. WILLIAM OMICR KVPFICR . . . Kenosha . . . Law . . . Dt'lt2lTlll'tt1 Phi. GICORGIHI KYTICR . . . Milwaukee . . . Appliocl lNIatl1ematit's antl Mechanics. .IICANNE ISABICLLIQ KVAIVI IXIIIXYIIIIIKUP . . . llnglish . . . Stvplit-ns College-. BERNARD D. LAABS . . . Abbotsford . . . Dairy Industry . . . Bab- cor-k Club. FAY MARIIC LA BRACKIC . . . Milwaukvv . . . Child Dvvelop- mont . . . Phi Ifpsilon Omirfrong Eta Kappa Lambtla . . . Senior Con Oil: Stuclont. Board: MHA Public Relations. ll- ICLIZABPITH LAFFIN . . . Rovkton. Ill ..,. Psyvhology . . . Mil- waukov Downer Uollvgc' . . . Hoofs-rs. I'nion House Connnittm-: Ivnion Public Relations. ROBICRT ALLAN L.-XIKEN . . . Milwaukc-0 . . . Pharmacy . . . VVis- consin Pll2lI'II12LC0llllI'2Ll Assoviation .... Xlpha Epsilon Pi. IVIARY IC. LAMB . . . Shoboygan . . . linglish . . . Sigma lipsilon Sigma, View-P11-Sitls-lit: lita Kappa Lalnbtlaz Sophoniorc- Honors. .IAMICS .IOSICPII LAMPERICUR . . . Luxt-niburg . . . Pharlnavy . . . AIllltl'Il'2lIl Pharmac'vutif'al Assoviation: VVisr'onQin Pl1arm:u'z-utir'al Assoviation . . . Saint Norbm-rt'S Umllvgtf. HAROLD INI. LAINIPIHIRT . . . Maflison . , . Mvtallurgival l'l11giiwv1'i1ig . . . Tlnfta Tau . . . Mining and Mt-tallurgy Club . . . Kappa Sigma. JOAN MARIIC LANDA . . . lvlilwaukw .... I Xrt I'IfluCation . . . Stu- clvnt Sc-natv: Stutlt-nt Boarfli Sc-nior Counvil. BARBARA JUANNIC LANDGR.-Xl" . . . Chilton . . . Hoinu ltlr-onolnivs . . . Sigma lipsilon Sigma . . . Omit-ron Nu. 3 9 9 we-3 Hs . Ku . fa-, YC V t g, I A Q .Q -Q- i R I - WN .ff " I in is K N ,- . 5' -r , H W ,X 1 xy W 523911 1 I 4 5 Zzhhxtg 1 E iggfiw ct1 S N l11d thc pmxu to 1'1111 HILII XXIII!-'N t1 1111 th1011g,1 ll H11 1 Homecomlng Happlness H LX Hundgx 111cl lu lx H41111 I1 sl1mxo1'fthQ11 1111111111 the I gg Hop M 1119 lsll1S0l'x shows the -Xlpha C Ill N 1x11111111g, fo1111 liOlil'IRT l,ANlC . . . Svymour . . . lutlustrial TNIilll1lgE'IDl'I1i . . . Sovivty for Aclvaiivvim-lit ol' M2lll2lgl'lI1i'I1i, .IAMICS FIIEIJIQICK l.ANl'IVlLl,lC . , . Brorllwafl . . . liavts-riology . . . liaclgm-r: Cardinal: SLTC . . . Tau Kappa Iipsilon, PI'0Si1lPllT aurl Vim--P1'0siclc11t . ICDVVARIJ VVAI.Tl'lli l.ANKllC . . . VVauwatosa . . . Phai'mac'y . . . Kappa Psi . . . Wiavousiu Pl12lI'IHil,C'0llilf'2ll gXSSHl'l2lll0ll1 ll" Chorus . . . llvlta Tau Holla. RPSSICLI. LANGIC . . . Madison . . . Pharmaf-y . . . VVisr'ousin Phar- Ill2il'1'lltl1'2ll Sovivty. .IOANNE ISABEI, LANGJAHH . . . Milwaukvr- . . . Ovvupatiorial Therapy . . . fJC'Cllfl2iil0Il2ll Therapy Clulm: Paula-llcuic' Chorus . . . Kappa Alpha Theta. MARILYN .lUANNlC l.ANZ . . . Mouroz' . . . Moflival Tvs-huology . . . Panhvllenir' Chorus .... A Xlpha l-Jolla Thvla . . . Alpha Ni Dvlta. RTCHARID TNIURTON l.APP . . , Kviiosha . . . l'lf'ouomic's . . . Ili' Chorusg Vuion Publif' li0l2lfl0IlS Committr-v . . . Pi l.aml1wla Phi. PEDICR Il. LAKSICN . . . Vihorg, Dvumarli . . . Journalism . . Cardinal. ALFRICD D. LASKA . . . Stvvous Point . . . Pllc-m't1'ic':1l I'lIlQiIll'0I'lI1g , . . Kappa Eta Kappa .,.. - Xllfli . . . llili. JOYCIC FAYH LASSMAN . . . Gs-uc-va. Ill .... Sp:-vc-li Corri-c'tio11 . . . Sigma Kappa Phi . . . Sl'lll'llt?1'S1 YGOP . . . Chi Onu-ga, Sl'C'I'I'T!lI'y. ARTIIPH. H. l.AI'N, JR .... Shi-lroygau .... Xc'c'0unTiug and Law . . . Phi lita Sigma: Bvta Gamma Sigma: Phi lic-ta Kappa: Maw-3 TI'0l1 Cross . . . Beta Alpha Psi: Phi Kappa Phig Phi Delta Phi . . . Wisconsin Law livvis-W, lilditori liaclggvr: Silllllflll Board. PI'9Slll1'llTf Sigma Phi. .IICROMIQ THOMAS LAVVHIIC . . . Milwaulwv .... loumalism . . Lamlnla Chi Alpha. ARTHUR C. LICBAHN . . . YVOst Allis . . . Soils . . . MHA Chorus. RICHARD LE BARRON . . . LaCr0sSv . . . Marketing . . . Markvt- ing Clulm: flU11C'l'l't Baud . . . Phi Sigma Kappa. SAMVICL LEIC . . . Honolulu. Hawaii . . . Mvtoorology KEN LEHMAN . . . Kc-uosha . . . lfvouomic-s anal R1-al lfstatc- . . D1-lta Vpsilou. Sc-011-t:1i'y. l.l'lSTl'iR .lAiN1l'lS l,l'lITl ,... Plattvvillx' . . . liaw . . . Gamma lfta Gamma . . . YMCA. l,lCI'I l,l'ILl,lCP . . . VVauwatosa . . . Sociology . . . CVUIHIHUIIS Com- mittcv . . . li. A. Ross Club. NANCY l.l'IM . . . li:u'im- . . . RC'l'I'OiillUll . . . Dolphins, Prrlsiclc-ut: YVVCA: 1i1'f'l'i-'ilillbll Couhc-il. MILTON CHARLIQS l.ICMKl'I . . . YYausau . . . liavlioloi' ol' Sc'iom'v: MHA: Hunting and Fishing Cluh. VVILLIAM A. l.l'lMKl'I .... AlDIJll'lUll .... X:-vouutiug . , . Phi lflta I Sigiuag Sophomorc Honors: liota Alpha Isi. 401 LANE - LEMKE 'S' 6 -J i ' - " 2? , .Q if 1 ..,. ...ff is M 1. ..',,f' "Uf,iiis.,,s.i li' f.- ' wwf w mv- - .. sw Q-.:.2:m1.ih. V ' '- " - '--PM nw? ri-1' . - an gf.,.,Q.i. 4 sw- P K Q' S 5 1 sllv if 4' sl ill K wx, 'A " TT . 1 I A li V' 'it wa K 3 S Q26 l ii iw gif' N' S if s N QM, fx if 1 ,X A . f lk 'IT' . 'EY HEY ,Y , di .1 J, ' . , LEN SKY A LOPAU V. ...Q- Qny .V . . A - mfinh 'G . JV. I M. I HARRY LICNSKY . . . IYIilwauk1-41 , . . Law . . . Tiinlin: Ganuna V- lfta Ganuna . . . l'nion Isillll Conunittm-cg Hillel. NANCY J. LI'IOI'OLD , . . Milwalilu-tx . . , Mm-diral 'I'1-vlinology . . . Sigma Iipsilon Sigma: Alpha Dolta Thvta: ISA. LOI' ANN CLICONIC LICPKIC . . . Cliasc-burg . . . Sovial VVork . . . Sorial VVork Club: lntvrnational Club: Campus Iitxilglllx ol' VVoint-n Yotvrs. GICRALD Pl'I'l'l'IR LICPP , . . Ks-nosha . . . Intornational Rvlalions Ds-lla Signia Rho: Sophoinorv Honors . . . Foxx-nsit' Ivllllbllf l'nion 'lllll Coniniittvvq Young D1-morrat Club, Pre-sith-nt. AYILLIAAI CARL LICYIHN . . . lhfloit ..., Xgrirultural I'lI1,!Lllll'l:I'- ing . . . WI'l'SlllIl2'. MICHAEL IIOVVARD LICVINIC . . . Sllfllflygfjlll . . . lim-ononiivs Vnion Forum Connnittvv: I'nion Nous llurt-au . . . Zvta Rvta Tau. A GLORIA LICYY . . . Norfolk. Va .... Spot-rli . , . Phi Rota: Sigma Dfllta Pi . . . National Collvgiatt- I'laye1rs3 Ortopus: I'llIlltl'lillllf'l"S 5 Guiltl: WHA Playtbrsi Wisvonsin Playvra .... - Xlpha Epsilon Phi. W. JOHN L. LIRRY . . . IVIilwaukm-v . . . Entomology . . . lY'Iilw:n1ilwcf uf-eg? . Ifxtvnsioii , . . Alpha Chi Rho. I ICDWARD A. LIRRA . . . Jackson, Minn ..., Agricultural l'li'OIlOIlllt'S Q . . . 4-H Club: Blue Shir.-lil Club: Saclrllc- and Sirloin Club: VVSA. ff? GICRALD LIDICN . . . Dc-lavan . , . Philosophy . . . Mare: VVMA. , Vic'v-Prt-siclt-ntl . . . Sigma. Chi. '9' A 'E QL JOHN SAMVEL LIICSIXIAN . . . Maclison . . . Geology . . . Gm-ology Y x V Club . . . Crm-W. is fi fl V ICDWARD ANTIION Y LIM . . . Manila, Philippinvs .,,. ' Agrivultural U I'IIl,ZlIlt'l'l'II1g ancl lCl0c'trir'al l'II1gllll'0I'Ill!Z', . . . I'ni0n Commons Coni- x I iaiifgfilj l nlittoe: Ifnion Gamvs cIOIIlIIllff4'0Q ,'AIll0I'lI'ilIl lnstitutc of Elt't't.1'u'al xx I I"lIlgllN?K'I'SQ Amvric-an Instituto of Agrrivultural lfiigiiit-vi's . . . Nt-wman A. Club . . . Phi Kappa. ax 4. ' LOIS LITCHFIICLD . . . lCau Clairc- . . . Mwlival 'I'vc'l1nology . . I,:lXV1'l'lll'C Collcgc .... Alpha Dvlta Thvta . . . Pi Beta Phi. HORACE WILSON LI'I"I'LE . . . Slll'l'2lllIl'I1tO, Calif .... Polit-ival ww Srivrlf-0 . . . IF Counril, Prvsitlentg Publix' Rvlations Sorial Comnnsfiong ""-fi Humorology, Promotions Chairman: SLIC: Student S1-iiatv . . . Sigma 1 Epsilon. CHARLES A. LITTLl'IFIl'ILD . . . Nt-vnah . . . Law . . . I,awl'cin'4' Colle-gv . . . Phi Delta. Phi . . . Moot, Court, Surrctary, Chairman. MARJORIIC ELLEN LLOYD . . . Fond flu liar. . . Danvv , . . YGOPZ Oiwlwsisg I'Int0rtainer's Guild . . . Kappa Delta. it It A ISICNJAINIIN ARNOLD LOGl'lRQl'IST . . . Bailvys Harbor . . . Mvvhaniral I'lIl,ElI10CI'lllg . . . Pi Tau Sigma . . . Svabbarcl and Blath- . . . Wrestling . . . SAM: SAME. K A FABIO LONDONO . . . Colombia, South Arne-rira . . . Cll0Il1l4'fll , IG f 1- ' f. E Lp I llglllt 1 ring GORDON RAYMOND LONG . . . S2lyIll'l' .... A rvounting . . . Bt-ta Alpha Psi: Delta Vpsilon , . . MHA Cabinvt. fi? DAVID SHERMAN LOOS . . . Colby . . . Civil I'IIlgIllPOI'lllg . . ASCE. VICRNIIC LOPAU, JR .... Madison . . , I'ltlf'l10l0I'Ol'SC'I0lll'1' .... Arnolll Air Soricty . . . Boxing . . . Lambda Chi Alpha. DOKXN l".'XYl'l l,OTWlN . . . Munoriioiiio . . . Mlll'li1'llIlLl . . . Sf'Ill0I' C'o11111'il: C':11up11s Chest. C10-fJl'illIllit4lI'Q M:11'kvti11g C lub: HOfJl'4'l'SI V XVlSl'UIlSl1l Plaxyc-Vs. . : . .IOHN C'Alil,lQTON LOVIC . . . M:1cliso1i .... - Xc'f'01111ti11g . . . Pi'l'Slllll2 V I liiflvsz I11s111':111cv Sovioty . . . llc-lm Sigma Pi. - DAVID TOXY l.OVVlCl,l .... lxfIC'll0Ill'j'. lll .... H11g5lisl1 . . . lizxflgvri xh,., V P111111: Milit:11'y liumli fi:11'mli11:1l .... Xlphzi llvltu Sigma. Vlll'CI1Slll'l'l' . . . livin 'lllivial Pi. V V V V V liOlSl'lli'l' PHILP l,OVVlCl1ll . . . M1'llv111'y. lll ,... Cl7Il'1IIlI'l'l'f' . . . Sr-:1l1lm:11'cl :111cl lllmlv . . . C':11'1li11z1l: Militrlry Brill: lg1lllLL'l'l' Blfwli, C0-C'l1:1i1'111:111 of Plllilivityi O1'ic-11l:1tiu11: YGOP: lvlllllll I'l0l'llIH Cum- mittr-1-: P10111 .,.. livin 'l'h0fz1 l'i. PAl'l,lXl'I LOVVMAXN . . Miami. l"l:1 ,... flf'f'llI?tlll0llIll 'l'lw1':1py . . , Kznppu, D1-lin. l,l'C'Y ll. LOVVRICY . . , cllPllVll'lV. lll .... l,llyS1f'i1l lucl111':1t1o11 . , . lvlllllll Dniiw C'o111111itt1-11: lllllflll l'1':1l't Clu111111ilt1-vi Paiiiliellc-iiif' flll0l'llSf VVQXQX Buzirml liIC'H.Xlil3 VV,XlililCX l,I'lJl.OVV . . . BItHllSllll .... X Illl'l'll'Iill ln- stitutions. l,OVl'l'll.l, AXIABICIKT l,I'lClJKl'l . . . XIllW2illli1'l' . . . Pl1:11'111:11-y . . , vi- .-X111s'1'ic-:111 ljllilI'Il12lI't'llflI':Il Assm-izltiriing VVisr'u11si11 Pliz11'111:u'm1livzxl Sovivty . . . lxzippu PS1 LOTWIN PPP MAHAN 4"" ' 1-nf V f , VPJVV . 15... Ja AMY .IOANXH l,l'lCSC'llOVV ...1 Xtlwns . . . Homo l'll'0Il0Illlt'S l'l4l1lr':1ti011 . . . Vniori fl0IllIHOllS C'o111111itte-4-. sf R X i-11 yu? Q liOlil'IliT HQXXS l,l'XlJ . . . Mmlismi .... X1-v'o1111ti11g . . . B1-t:1Alpl1:1 Q Psi. 1 f- . .V V V 1 Q LVVVF HIHAM JOHN LYKE . , , LDCOIIOIIIOWIN' . . . Psyclmlogy . . . Provost wk if V if V Uorps . . . Psi Vpsilon, S4'f'I'6UlI'j'. 37 Gl'fNl'l lf. LYNN . . . lNIu11tir'0llf1 . . . l'll'Ul10llllf'S . . . Phi Alpha lJ1'llIl A ,, - 1 . . . "Vim flllllll llo111wu111i11g, G4-11v1':1l Cl1:1i1'111z111: Stuclvnt ClUIll'l2 5 yVg.VA V :V Boxing . . . Phi Gzuiima llvltzi, 1' in Q fy 1 v 1 1 f liOl5l'lliT GLENN MAC'llO'l'li.'X . . . Morirov . . . Sociology. VVll,l,l,-XM MACK . . . Milwaiiliw . , . Matlu-111:1tic's . . . rrilll Kappa V V l'lpsilo11. 1 1 A V . , . . , , , . . if Hlnl.l'.X MARX lNI.'XClxlu . . . Oshkosh . . . l',f'0IlOIIllK'S . . . Sigma f lipsilmi Sigma . . . llcltn fiillillllil. lSl'IliXlCl'l l'Il,lZAlil'lTl-l MACKIN . . . Grvvii Buy . . . -1'1'c-:1 ' . . . O1'ie11t:1tio111 Dolphins: Bzulgvi' .... V Xlphn Phi. Iwsiflviit. JO.-XX C'AliliOl,L lVIAC'KRll'l . . , lVlllVl'1lllli1'U . . . l'lc'011o111i1's. JOAN BRYXA M.XCL.Xllil'l . . . Cliimigo, lll .... livc'1'1-:ltioii , . . Sviiim' llolpliiimg Put Polirri, Tim-kvt l'l1:1i1'In:111g l'nivv1'sity flll0l'llS. YlliGlNI,'X AIIMAGAXIAN MADAGIIIAN . . . llznviiic- . . . Fl'l'lll'll . . . RIlf'llli' Extcmsioii . . . lllllV1'l'Slty flllOl'llSQ Sf'l1i'ilUI'S. Ulf.-KN ALICC MQXGNIX , . . lmim ..., V Xgimionly .,.. 1 Xlplm Zvlzi . . . Ag Sfllilvllf Collm-il: liluv Sliivlflg 4-H Cilllll, Pl'OSllli'Ilf .... V Nlplm Gz1111111:1 Rho. HARRIS GROSS MAHAN , . . SllIJl'l'l0l' . . . Ell'l'll'll'1ll l'l11gi114-1-1'- ing .... -X rrinlfl Air Sovic-ty . . . SllIl0I'lUl' Stats- C'oll1-gv . . . rlltlll Kai : lfpsiloii. Piwsinlvlit. 403 WEE , P? 5 X73 M , 'Q i".... S '. " :ff5'i3i?5g',Tl ,'L' 2, PPV 1 VV V E 1 Sa Vi 5 3 MAI-IER i MAY K: -ff I EN? . X' 'sf YB! x:- 21 if K Hi Q. ., x f 2 'Hit is em . ,L i X ff .Af 'M MARY MAIIFIR . . . Maflisou . . . FI'PIlt'll . . . Sigma Dvlta Pi . Fri-ur'I1 Cluh: Grad Club . . . The-la Phi Alpha, Sr-crotary. NORMAN RAYMOND MAIIHIR . . . Thorp . . . Dairy Iuclustry . . . Bahcfock Dairy SUIGIICO Club: Dairy Procluvts Judging Team . . . Foothall . . . Phi Kappa. IJI't'SIdftlli. SANFORD RICHARD IVIAI,I,IN . . . Milwaukm- . . . lNT1-1lir'alSr-im1f'c- . . . Phi Eta Sigma: Sophomore Honors . . . I'niou I'l0I'llIIl C'ommitt0v . . . Phi Sigma Dc-lta. ROBICRT ICIIVVIN IVIAIINORY . . . Waupuu . . . Pha,r'ma1'y . . Kappa PSi. CHARLOTTIC R. MAIIONIC . . . Nlilwaulu-ce . . . lCuglish . . . Orivu- tatiou .... Alpha Clhi Om:-ga. GIQORGIQ JOSEPH MAI.Y, .IR .... lYauwatosa . . Couiuu-rnc . . . YGOP. PATRICIA INIAIC BIANLICY . . . Marshall . . . liuglish . . . Bamlgc-r: Octopus: AVVS .Iumlivial Council: Svlioclwsq Prom. CARI, VV. IXIANNS . . . Groeu Bay , . . I'lCOIl0IXlll'.' . . Sigma Phi Epsilon. TOBY ICRVVIN MARCOVICH . . , Sup:-rioi . . . Ilaw . . . Gammi Iita Gamma . . . Wisvousiu Law Review. DONN GRAY MARCVSSICN . . . Raviuv . . . Civil liiigilu-1-ring . . . .AIl16f1'lC'2lI1 Socit-ty of Civil l'lIlf1,'lIl0CI'S . . . Sigma Nu. .IAMICS ICDVVARD MARS . . . Milwaukw . . . C'l1v1nistl'x' , , . VVHA Awarmls Committvv. A DAVID HOWIC MARSH . . . Madison . . . English . . . IF Chorus . . . Alpha Tau Omvga, I'11'sicl011t. SYIIVIA ANN MARSH . . . Shawauo . . . Spvvvh . . . Chi Omega. DORIS .IICAN MARSHAK . . . Marshfim-lcl . . . lNIedir'al Tevhuology . . . Alpha Dvlta Theta. DONNA .IICAN MARTICNS . . . Darliugtoxl . . . Medical Technology . . . Orientation: Stlllllxllt Board: I'uion Library Committee . . . Alpha Dc-lta Theta, TI'6'2lSlll'K?l' . . . Alpha Gamma Delta. EIIMICR HICRMAN MARTH . . . .Iavksou . . . Bavtvriology Ph.D. . . . Phi Sigma: Sigma Xi: Kappa lflta Kappa . . . Wisconsin Country lVIagazino: Blue Shit-lcl: YG-OP: Gorman Club . . . Delta Theta Sigma. GICRALD MASON . . . Now York, N. Y .... l'lf'o11omic:s . . . Phi Plpsilou Pi. DICAN THOMAS MASSICY . . . Maflisou . . . lfconoiuivs and Ilaw . . . Phi Eta Sigma: Alpha Zeta: Sophomorm- Ilouors. . . YGOP: Pershing Rifh-s ..., Xvxicia, Svc'1'f1t:1l'y. BARBARA ANN MATHYS . . . Madison . . . Art, Ifltluvatiou . Sigma Ilamhfla . . . Dolphins . . . VVSGA Style Show . . . Pi Bvta Phi. DAYID LAIRD MATSON . . . Madison . . . Philosophy . . . Iron Cross . . . Svuior Vlass Prvsitlm-ut: Stumlvut Svuatv: Harusfoot, Sec'- retary . . . f'hi Phi. NORMA A. MAY . . . Miuvral Point, . . . Iiuglish . . . Sulieflws Nvwmau C'luh. 40-I WWA: ,L KI, ...H-"4'i Wh mlmft know what ganna this is, hut it looks likr- hm. ix t renult 1-njoy their quic-I iWTXVPUII-d2lllf'C'S ganna-. Tlierc-'S not Qlll unlmppy pvrsrnl in this 5301111 :mc Fun at the Formals iilfilll'1iII1UXYIlSil2Uiilj'Z1H. MECKLENBURG A MILLER, D. ..... 11. i iiil 1 51 1 'sf' F4 A if 4 ai . ' Q m k av '-"2' 1. -,.,. ,-ff I '5- 3 A E ,,' W' 11 f N A5 '4 f iilii A P 'A QR 115 2 W X N 1 . uf A 'AN I sm., W A , rrli A 1. . IQRNISST MIfC'Kl1ENRl'RG . . . VV:1lwor1h . . . c,0I1'lIHK'l'!'Q . . . Pi lxnppa Alpha, 'lll'021SllI'1'l'. PAINI. A. MICIQKS . . . liviiosliu . . . l'Ic'o11o111ir's . . . l"o1'11114if1 'l'o11r1111- nivnt. HOVVARD RALPH MICINDI ,... Muiiitmvov . . C'l10I11i1':1l lfii- 1LlIIK'!'I'lIl2,'. C'ARL MICISSNICR . . , I'I2ll'll'Ol'Ll . . . Poliiivul Svii-111-11 . . . clillllllll. flllillflllilll . . . Golf. . . Thvln Chi. Vl.ll,l,lAM H. MICISSNICR . . . Hzirtlaiml , . . History . . . MHA l.llH'2iI'y C'ommitt1'e'. HICLHN lCl.lZARl'l'l'H Ml-ILICNIQY . . . lim-tlieschi, Mfil .... Pliysivul l'.1l11r'z1t1o11 . . , lgIlflgl'l'I lvlllfbll Pcrsoniivl B111'11z1113 Physirzll l'lllllf'2lfl0ll clllllbl lxuppu D1-lm, P11-Hiclvilti :mtl Vive--P1'c'sidc11t. NANCY JEAN MENU . . . VVhit1-fish Buy . . . Chilml Development . . . l"lllfllt'Illl'S. MARIAN RVTH MICNSENKAMP . . . Ro1'kfo1'd, Ill .... Sovial Work . . . Ifuion Housv COIllIllli.l'Pl'I YGOP: Soc-iz1l Work Chili . . . Alpha f:2lIT1Il'lIl. D1-lt:1. AYLICXANDER .l. MICNZA . . . N0w:1rk, N. .l .... Economics . . ISA. Pulwlif' R0l2l,ll0IlS CllI1ll'Ill2lI1I YMCA ffabillcktg WSA Roprvsoiit- :1fiV6 lCYlCRl1I'l"l' VV. Ml'ITC'Al1F . . . Grvviiwoocl .... Agl'li'lllfll1'2ll .lo111'- nulism . . . Wisc-ousin Statv Collego. ANTHONY S. METHICNITIS . . . W:111wz1tosa1 . . . M:11'k1-tillg . . . D1-lm lipsilonq Signm liaimhclzi Chi. Pwsitlviit . . . M2iI'lil'tlI1g Club: S1':1l1h:11'1l and Rlaulog Pzireilts Wr111k1111d, fl0I10l'2il Ch2Lll'II12l,Il2 flom- iiivrve f70lll1C'llI Rval l'lst:1te :xml Light Buihling .'ASSOC'l2lfl0ll. BARBARA MICTZGRR . . . Ro1'l111st.e1', N.Y .... E1'or1omir's . lllllllll Grimes C'o1nmitt1-0: CEIIIIIJH clOIU1'I1ltll'l'f ISA C01111c'il, liI'INNl'I'l'H NYLPI MICTZGICR . , . Milwmilioc , . . Physivzil lCd11- ration . . , Phi lipsilon Kappa. AGATHA MARILYN MEYICR . . . Bethf-scl:1, M11 .... Ed111':11ion . . . Cardinalg Vnion Nvws lslllviill . . . Kappa D1-ltzi. ANNA MAE MEYER . . . R:1r'ine . . . ELllll'2lf1l0Il . . , Do1'1usylv:111i:1. DONALD W, MRYICR . . . Wz111W:1t,os:1 . . . lC1'or1omic'S . . . Chi Psi. MARY .IO MICYICR . . . Dzwoxiport, Iowa . . . Music I'Icl11c:1tio11 . . l'11iversity C:llOl'llSQ Womvuls Chorus: Lvllllbll Musir' Cjlllllllllflmf . Alpha Chi Omm-gn. ROISHRT WALTER MHYICR . . . Slivhoyguii . , . l'If'o11on1i1-s . Home-r-oming, Sllb-Clllilll'IT121IlI llllTTl0l'0l0gy . . . Kappa Sigma. C'ORlNNlC R. MILES . . . C'hif':1 o lll . . R411'1'c-:itiorl . . . l'11io11 H . . - , , House COII1I1'1lfll'1'Q Scfmor Cllllllffllj Orrhs-sis: G11-1-li VV1-ok. Plilmllolty C'l1:1irm:1.11: l'11io11 Opt-11 Houma Piihllvity clll2lll'lT1itIl . . . Alpha lzpsilon Phi. Rushing cllliilflllllll, DAVID BOLTON MILLER . , . MIlCllSfJIl . . . llistory . , . Dvltil rllilll D1-li:1. Dl'ANl'I ALBl'IR,T MILLER . . . Oregon .... A Animal Hl1SlJ:lllCll'y' . . , Little' lrltc-1'11:1tio11:1l. f7l1:1ir111:111: Szulcllv 211111 Sirloin Club: MMT vlllilglllg Tvzimi Ag St111l011t K'o1111f'il . . . Alpha G:1mm:1 Rho. 406 IX xx 111I 11 1111 11111I1:1IIZ I S IXIII I R1111111 Xg,1111I11111 11111 IIIII !11'I11i11L 1 H1111 MII I M xx llII11 V f IXSVII SSI I 1111 I S 11111-11 11,1111 I p 1I1111Pi VN II I IXM IIOW XIII? 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XR X II XXXI IXIIIQHRX X lllNIl1 1111I gXl'l C11II1g1 111 S 11111 TI11 If Sl 11.11 ,g11 411 111 I1 fI2lII1'l'j' IJ XX ID II XIx XIII MIX X1 XVX X llll II 1xx 11'1-11111111 P1111 ll I5 xx Lll C I1 I511xi11g. III X X I IIOI I ut I51111I I I1 1111111 ll I1I111'11111111 II1111 I 11111 11 I 1111111 I 111I111II1111111 II XXIII M MOC III? XIZI s 1 1 1 II111111'11I1111'1- s 111 ll S1111I1 111 XQs111-i- 1I I'.11g1- 11111 1, tlll 111 1 N S1111 1x W1'-11111S111 I'11g.1:1111-1-1' I 11' .X11111 Ii:1p11:1 Phys- Mum' v11I1-111: 4117 MOORS A MURRAY 'R "yi 5 -.sf 5 iii --Q 13' it 1 if Al if 'azz' nu' I 1' -fs kk AK ?'afi5- it I ,A RT PA'l'L C. MOOHS . . . Grwii liay . . . History ol'St'i0i1c'0 .... - Alpha P111 Omvga. Pre-sitlvntg Campus Eli-rtionsq Campus Carnival. DAVID lf. MORAN , . . Madison . . . I'lt'OIl0II1lC'S . . . Crt-wg Iiasvlmall . . . Chi Psi. LEO JOSICPII MOHAN . . . Darlington ..., A A,QIl'lf'l1ll-llI'65 . . . Plattv- villm- Colle-gc-. JOANNIC MARY MORASH . . . B1-loit . . . Physival lCflut'ation . . . P1 Lamhmla Tlivta . . . Dolphins: CI1l't'I'li-5tl4l6!l'Q I'nion Craft KIOIHIIIIUIQUCI I'IOIl1t'l'0Il1Illg'. Publicity Chairman: Promg Humorologyg Kappa Delta. ISARBARA C. MORLIQY . . . Tallal1ass0v, Fla .... Social Work . . , C1'llt'llJlt', Prc-sifle-nt: Mortar Board,Vif'e-Presiclt-11t3 Sigma lipsilon Sigma . . . Panhvllvnic' Counsc-ling Svrvirc-, Chairman: AVVS, Vim'- Prosidciltt Vnion News Burt-an: AWS Judicial Committvc . . . Gamma Phi Beta. ISIHITH ALPINE MORRISON . . . Portage . . , Physival I'lflllt'2LtIOI1 . . . VVAA Board: Physiral l'lclnr'ation Clulx: Physiral Iimluvatioll lioartl, J, PAI'L MOHROW' , . . St. Croix Falls . . . It'i11ai1c'ff . , . t'W'l Cluhl Stutlcnt Athlvtic lioartl . . . Baskvtlrall . . . Delta Sigma Pi. MARGARICT ANN MORTENSIQN . . . Madison . . . Spf-crh Cor- revtion . . . Pi Lamhcla Theta: Sigma Kappa Phi . . . Kappa Alpha Tln-ta. RAYINIONDAJOIIN MOHTON . . . Iivnosha ..., AOFOIIIIIIIILI . . . liatlgerg Dormsylvania, Chairman: Laildsvapo llnhg llf' Chorusg P1'UVOSl.fl0l'lJS . . . D4-lta Tau Dvlta. STIGPHICN D. MORTON ... Madison . . . Cla-lnistry Phi l'ItaSign1a . . . Alpha Chi Sigma. DONALD VVILLIAM MOSIIICR ,... Milwaukt-0 . . . COIIIITIPITO . . . Phi lita Sigma: SUIJIIOIIIUIT' Honors . . . Pi Kappa Alpha. BONNY Llili MOI'l.'I'ON .'. . East Troy . . . Sociology . . . Campus Cha-st. NICIL ICDVVARD Ml'lCLLljR . . . Madison . . . St'i'0lltl21I'y l'Iduc'ation. PATRICIA LICILA MI'I'lLI.I'Ili . . . Milwaulwe . . , Physiral Tlwrapy . . . Physical Thx-rapy Club. TICKRY D. MI'lCLLl'IR . . . Milwaukvf- . . . Civil l'h1gi110c1'ing . . . Phi Eta Sigmag Tau liz-ta PigAChi Epsilon . . . American Soc-lvty ot Civil Iflligim-I-1's. EMILY STARNIQR MVLLANPIY . . . Shaker Heights, Ohio . . PInglisl1 . . . Wellesley College . . . Badger. JAMES ALAN MIILLHN DONE . . . Stiurgvon Bay . Mutallurgiral Engines-ring .... - AH1l'l'lC'lil1 Instituto of M1-0h:nnPal I'lIlf2,'lI16t?l'SI Polygon Iioarcl, RICHARD GEORGE MVLLICR . . . Musvoda . . . liconouiim-s . : . Phi Eta Sigma: Sophomorv Higl1 Honors .... A rtus . . . Sorlvty for rA4lVil11t't'IHPlll of Managvxmriit, President: Comnicrmf COllIlf'1l, .IICIIOMIC G. MLRKYIHI . . . Madison . . . Mining Itlllgllllfirlllg , Mining and Metallurgy Club: Polygon Board . , . Delta Slglllii Pl. JOHN CARLOS MVRPHY . . . Mount Horn-ln . . . History . . . Svalmhartl and Blatlv. BRIICIC JOHN MPRRAY . , . Manitowor' . . . Chemical Eiiginocr- ing . . . Thvta Tan. 408 CIIARLIQS RICIIARD lVII'TII . . . IAIIIWIIIIIQGC . . . LlUIIlIIN'I'1'4'. DAVID GII.Ii MYNNING . . . Oshkosh . . . Civil -I'l11gillt'cf1'i1ig . . . Polygon Iiourtl, Presitlm-nt: :AIlll'l'Ii'2lIl Soviety ol Civil I'I11g1110m's . . Rifiv 'Ilt'2lIIl. MALCOLM DOVGLAS INI,u'AR'I'III'R . . . Wzishingrton. D. C. . . . MUTH X MCGRAW Politivnl Svir-nr'v . . . Provost Corps . . . 'llrzn-li . . . Dc-ltzi T: I : . DONALD VV. M,xcDONAI,D . . . flI'9K'll Bray . . . I'I1'OIIOI1llI'S . . . Phi Gnmnm Dvltal. ' ' I v V 1 , , - 'Swv ,A 'K' SE VIRGINIA MII.DIiI'lD IVIAtfI"ARIiAN If . . . Ovonto . . . hovlnl Work V ff I . iv. i 7 . . . I'nivc1'sity Chorus. '25 J ,1 DAVID IIICIC IVIACGREGOR . . . Wzitvrtown , . . .'AK'C011lllIllf,l :incl X I 5 5 I li K A I I Law . . . Phi Bvtzi Kuppzig INIEIVUI Phi Eta Signnii Iivtzx Gznnnm Sigma 2 . . . Iicflax Alpha Psi . . . I'l0I'0l1SIf' Union: Stntivnt Conmlnvt, Bo:n'fI, gx LYNETTH PATRICIA INIACINTYRIL . . . Mnclison . . . Ilomv Iivo- nomics . . . Phi Oniivron I'psilon . . . Pi Rein Phi. WILLIAM IC. MVCARTHY . . . Iilvznisvillf- . . . cIOIHlll0I'f'l' . . . Rc-1:1 Alpha Psi. CAROL MAIC MCCARTNICY . . . Milton . , . Homo I'il'0IlUIHIf . . . Phi Ifpsilon Omirron . . . Alplnt Chi Ornvgn. PAI'I,A ANN MFCARTY .... A kt-on, Ohio . . . Soriology . . . Pain- hells-nir' Chorusg linion TIIOQLIOI' Conimittoe . . . Chi Onivgzi. KICNNICTH LICIC MVCONAGHY . . . lioaivt-r Dum . . . Connnniu . . . Marketing Club: IF Chorus . . , Iiznnlnln Chi Alpha. ROBERT MARTIN M1 CORMIC K . . . Mznlison . . . liconoinn , . . SOIJIIOIIIOIT' Honors. e . uf 4: Vi ir'-of i ts DORCAS .IICAN McCI'IiI.OCII . . . Manlison . . . English . . . Zeta Phi Eta . . . VVist'onsin Playersg Cniversity Chorus. H fn 1 J .IOHN .IAMICS Mt'CI'I,I.Y . . . I.o1Ii . . . Coiiiiiivwc . . . Rzintlg Phi 1 Iv' 1 7 5' MnAlph:1. . ' I Q. 'H W NANCY ANN Mr'CI'TfTI-IIN ..., ' Xrmm . . Homo I'll'OIl0Il1II'S :intl ":l I I Iitlnvation. I ii" 'b.-' 'I . 59' A I 1 A .. 1 I f PATRICK RICRNARD M1'DONAI,D . . . AYIIIISIIII . . . Iivononnr . . . Wausau Extension. JAMES HERRICRT MIICVOY . . . Kenosha . . . CUIISOVVIIIIOII. ANDRICW HUNTER Mr'I'lACI'IRON . . . AVUIIHIIII , . . I'lf'ononiic's . . . Orivntzitioni I"in:1nr'v Sovic-ty . , , Fvncing . . . Dvltu I'psiIon. IVIARY DONOVAN MKGAIILOWAY . . . Foncl mln Lac' . . . Bavlwlor of Arts . . . Kappa Kappa Gznnmu. DAVID MICHAICL MCGOVVAN . . . Miliwiukc-v . . . I'It'onon1ic's . . . Union Commons Coinlnittvvi Soviety for :'AdV21llI'K'IIlD!lt of Mzin- :igement . , . Thvtn Dvlta Chi. JAMES .IOSICPH MIGRAW . . . Iilgin III .... II1t6I'Ili1tIOll2lI Rvlzi- tions . . . XGOP . . . Phi Sigma Kappa. 'rv' , . 'IR 3, .61 1 E 5+ I ,P 409 ' Izti . If . it I l I 9 ' ""iun-...W M .m: i Robin Homlk 1'lll'I'I'y mmm, pm'tl':1yvd by Dolpl1i11's nic-rry SNViIl1I'I1l'l'S. i,OiIJilillyS vvrsion of medieval joustiug c'0r1tusts. Swimming with The Dolphins The girlis Dolphins lisim-11 to iI1Sil'llK'ii0I1S for thvir NViiifl'l' bzmllvt ' ' an ' . MCGREGOR W- NELSON, L il . K .fi NANCY JEAN lNI4'GREGOli . . . Oak Park. lll ,... Psym-hology H N.-- H H . . . Grinnell College . . . Hoofc-rs: Union Publim' Ri-lations Coinmittvc- A' .I " JOAN D. MQGUCKEN . . . VVauwatosa . . . Journalism . . . Mar- 'V'. i l1ll0lll' l'niv1'1'Sity . . . Coranto. Vive-Pl'vsiclr'l1t: VVisc'onsin lllr-al A "" J "':: , WlSI'4xitlflll9tflFI Careers cf0lll'L'l'l'Ill'l'I AWS Fashion Show. 'L i 3 DONALD FRANCIS McHl'Gll . . . Sturgeon Bay . . . QlOIIlI1ll'l'l'4'. P "'A AVHAZA I A ii 5 if WvlLLlAlNI PAl'L N1f'Hl'Gll . . . Zion, Ill ....A Xnthropology . . YMCA, Vicv-Prcsiclcrit . . . 'l'1'a1'k. RALPH Mc'lNTOSH . . . liavino . . . Sc-1'onmlary Emluvation. JAMES AHTHPII MVINTYRE . . . lihinulanflm' . . . Oc-ology . . Delta Sigma Pi. SAMPEL A. MCKAY . . . SXY1llllflSf'Oli. Mass .... English , , . VVis- vonsin ltlva, Managing Editor: Atlwnavan Sorivty . . . Bvta Thx-ta Pi. JOHN EVGENE MCKENNA . . , Antigo . . . Meiliviiic- . . . Phi Eta Sigmag Sophomore Honors . , . Svnioi' Council . . . Thvta Chi. VVILLIAM CASE MCLANE . . . Elmhurst . . . Elvr't1'if'al Enginvvr- ing . . . Eta Kappa Nu . . . VVisr'onSin Enginvf-ri Anivrim-an lnstitulf- of l'llK'I'll'lI'5ll l'lIlg1Ili'0I'S . . . Trianglo. JOAN AVDREY MCLAKGHLIN . . . Milwaukvc- . . , Child Dm-- vclopment . . . Badgcrg l'nion Film Committoc .... 5 Xlpha Chi Omc-ga. EARL EDWARD lVIC'lNIAHON . . . Arkansaw . . , Law . . , Phi Alpha Delta .... A lpha Phi Omega: YGOP: Nautilus. El FXNOK ll NEHFH Chic 1 o lll .... English . . . C'arc-1-rs Confvrem-v . . . Alpha Xi Dc-lta. X 1 . :bf uwsi , .b , V 5,1 'sz i , ag ' L A . -fw5T.-- f- ALISTAIR NEILL . . . Erlinlmurgh. Svotlancl . . , Coinrnewo . , lvnivorsity of Edinburgh. ARTHUR KENDALL NELSON . . . Washburn , . . Clic-Inistry . . . Phi Eta Sigma: Sophomore Honors: Phi Lambda Epsilon .... A lpha Chi Sigma . . . Band. CEC'lLlA DYREHY NELSON , . . Nvonah . . . Chilnl l-Jvvs-lop- ment- - ' i Pi Beta Phi. ,A CHARLES EDVVARD NELSON ..,. A shlanml . . . Gvology . . Gvol- ogy Club. DOLGLAS NEAL NELSON . . . liohlvr . . . Mvvhanival Enginm-cring . . , Pi Tau Sigma . . . Alpha Sigma Sigma . . . Anwric'an Soc-is-ty of NIGC'll2lI1ll'2ll EIl5l,'lI1P0l'S. EVELYN LAVRA NELSON . . . Toniah . . . Homo l'lI'OllOIl1lI'S. flllAC'E SUZANNE NELSON . . . Nlaclison . . . C'hil1l lilvvolop- I ment . . . Pi livta Phi. HAROLD ALLEN NELSON . . . l'nion Grow- . . . AgI'll'llllllI'i'. LOIS AVIJREY NELSON . . . Stoughton . . . Eiluvation . . , Sigma Epsilon Sigmag Phi Beta, Kappa . . . Sigma Kappa Phi: Pi Lamlmcla , Tlwtia . . . VVonien's Chorus: Orionlation: liluv Shivlml. 411 NELSON c NORMAN , ' e':'..,' wgfwi . any . e2 3ag3 'S5y,, 1f.M.ma .J'la-Wa . Q - ' .Q W , ff' I ., 5 1 ,- . -I gb- . A - V S ,f ...Ns ef ' V, R la . t 1-. Vi' Egg. E , ,Q Q-A gay , Q W i ,N g af. A 49 V n. 'Q 1 , 5 'fa .Y- s Aff . t j -Nw fk ffitlfli-""'12 5 -qiiiii g 45557 5. 9, , S ezfrfl- . .f:fr:1.. I MARGARET ANNE NELSON . . . Eau Claire . . . Journalism . . . Sigma Epsilon Sigma: Theta Sigma Phi . . . Gamma Alpha Chi , . . Entertainer's Guild, Chairmang Humorology, Arrangements Chairmang Greek Week, Publicity Chairman: Badger Block, Promotions Chair- man: Vnion Puhlie Relations Committee . . . Kappa Delta. MARILYN JOAN NELSON . . , Madison . . . Home Economies . . . Euthenicsg Scheders: I'nion Ilouse Committee. NANCY LEE NELSON . . . Naperville. Ill .... Bachelor of Arts . . . Delta Delta Delta. ROBERT L. NELSON . . . Fond du Lac . . . Economics. RONALD STPART NELSON . , . LaCrosse . . . Chemical Enginheer- ing , . . Tau Beta Pig Phi Lambda Ifpsilong Theta Tau . . . American Institute of Chemical Engineers. THOMAS KEITH NELSON . . . VVauwatosa . . . Sociology . . Phi Beta Kappa: Phi Eta Sigma: Sophomore High Honors . . . Phi Kappa Phi . . . Scahlmard and Blade. Sl'ZANNE NENCKA . . . Richfield . . . Applied Art . . . MIlXY'21lllif7i? Extension . . . Hoofers: VVisconsin Players. H. DONALD NERENHAVSEN . . . Oconto . . . Agricultural En- gineering . . . American Society of Agricultural Engineers . . . Lanihda Chi Alpha. .IIINE E. NESS . . . Milwaukee . . . Dietetics. DALE ROBERT NEl'MANN , . . Chippewa Falls . . . Speech Edu- cation. .IOHN SANFORD NEWELL . . . Green Bay . . . Mechanical Engi- neering . . . Union Dance Committeeg American Society of Mechanical Engineers . . . Phi Delta Theta. DONALD GEORGE NEWHALL . . . Evanston, Ill .... Economisc Phi Kappa Sigma, President. WILLIAM H, NICOLAIIS . . . Wauwatosa . . . Medicine . . . Nu Sigma Nu . . . Medichoir. .IACKELEN NICOLET . . . Berlin . . . Art Education . . . Campag Panhellenic Counselor: Panhellenie Chorus . . . Kappa Delta. RI'TH LINDA NIEDERMEIER . . . Milwaukee . . . Merchandising . . . Dolphinsg Euthenicsg Hoofersg I'nion House Committee. MAIIRICE IVER NIELSEN . . . Racine . . . Electrical Engineering . . . Racine Extension . . . Kappa Eta Kappa . Senior Council: Ori- entationg American Institute of Electrical Engineers. JOHN STEPHEN NOBLE . . . Richland Center . . . Agricultural Education . . . Saddle and Sirloing Future Farmers of Americag Men's Chorus. DON NOEL . . . Madison . . . Bachelor of Science . . . Phi Eta Sigmag Sophomore High Honors . . . Student Senateg E. A. Ross Club. WESLEY ALLEN NOEI ,... VViseonsin Rapids . . . Soils . . . Scali- bard and Blade . . . Blue Shield Cluh: Saddle and Sirloin Club. PHYLLIS WINIFRED NOLTE . . . Milwaukee . . . Home Eco- nomies . . . Gamma Phi Beta. DVVIGHT GEORGE NORMAN . . . Madison . . . Bachelor of Science . . . Delta Tau Delta. 412 lYAl,'l'l'IR IQIJVVAHIJ NORTHRIP . . . Mzulisun . . C'hz-mir':1l l'lI1glllI'i'I'll1g. MARILYN NUTT . . . XVIllUVIllUSIl . . . l'lIlj2,'liHll . . . ljflflil l.vncl1-r- ship C'uunCil . . . Alpha Ni Dvlln. PI'0Sl4ll'Ill. l5Alili.XllA KAY NYllllS .... Xshlnnfl , , . l'lc'm1m1iir-s . . . flilllllllll Phi livin. l-ILLICN .l. NYllI'S . , . Ottawa, Ontnrifv, Cxnuulau . . . Mnrkoting . . . Phi C'l1i'1'lwt:1. linshing Cll2liI'll111Il . . . Mmlu-tirig Chili: Stllll4'Ill Burmlg lloinw-wining. l7w'o1':1tim1s clllllll'lll2l.llI G11-1-li VV:-nik, Uo- Clinirnum . . , Pi Bm-tn Phi, P11-siilmlt. NANUY VVlNll"Hl-Ill ONKICS . . . YVlSI'llllSlll llzipicls . . . Spvvvli l"llllll'illl0Il . . . Phi lil-tn, T11-risiiim-1' . . . xVlSl'0llSlll Pli1j'llI'Sf Nzitionzil Collvg.5i:1t0 Pln,yv1's, Pl'l'SlllK'llTQ Sf-nim' Swingnntg l'nion Tln-:lim-1' Cmn- lnittvz-: Sl'l1Utlt'l'S, JOHN L. 0li0l'liN .... lain:-svillv . . . lfvmioliiir-s :incl l'llIl2lIlI'P . . f,'1'c-w . . . Bc-tn Tlwtzl Pi. DEAN YV.Xlilil'lN O'l5lillCN . . .YXXv2lllli1'Sll21 . . . ,loiwnzilism . . . Sigma Dcltn C'hi, TI'l'ilSlll'i4l' . . . C2ll'4lill:ll. N4-ws liditolt Octopus: llonfs-rs: MHA f7z11ii0i':1 Chili . . . Tun Kzippzi Plpsilon. BAICIEXRA OlClll,Bl'lliCl , . . liivl . . . llume l'lr'm1u11iic-s-IC1lxlvntioll . , . Phi Vpsilun fJIHll'l'Ull, Piwlsimlvlit . . . ,Kg Stllflm-nt C'nl1m'il1 Pnn- hvllc-nic' Cniinvil. RlCll.XRD .ll'Ili0Ml'i OICHIAIRICRG . . . Sliehnygxin , . . f'l1v1nif'nl l"lllglIll'l'I'iI1Q ...A -X mm'if-rm lnstitntz- ol' C'ln-mic':1l lflngiiiicc-rs . . . Fum- lmllg lizislwtlmll. lilC'lliXRD OlCHLl'Ili ..., -Xppli-ton . . . Physivnl Mvflii-inn . , . Phi lim Sigma . . . Pliysii-:il Tliompy Chili, View-l'i'c-siclvilt, nnfl Prvsi- clvnt . . . Crvw. .ll-IAN ISARISARA OLIJIGS . . . xIllXY2lllli1'l' . . , Physivnl l'I1lnc'utim1 . . . XWYLXJXQ Pliysii-:il l'l1llll'ItllOIl Ulnh . . . IJ4-ltn Z1-tn. C'.XliLl'lTON .l.XlNIljS OLSON . . . hlzicliscmli . . . lfoml IIlflllSlI'l0S . . Fowl 'llwliiiology Chili . . . Chi Phi, Prvsirlr-nt. JH.-KN lQLLl'lN OLSON . . . Park Ridge. lll .... l'lf'UIlOIlllC'S. . . lialflgg-1': Or-lupus: Oriont:1tion, Slllj-Cllllllflllillll l'nion Drinve Cniiiiiiittvc-I f7z11'w1's COI1fl'l'l'Ilf'6'I Stnclvnt linzumli CIIIIIIHIS Chi-sf. Sc-4-1'0tnl'y. .lO.XNN OLSON . . . VVinnc-tkn, lll .... Spanish . . . Czxrls-ton Collvgc- . . . WAC Cj0llIlt'llQ AVVS Big Sistm' P1'0gI'2lI11 .... Xlphzi Phi. l..Xl'lil'lNCl'I l"lilCDlilf'li OLSON . . . C'l1ippr-wn lfnlls .... X grivnl- tural lhigilim-1'i11g .... Xniui'ic'z1n Society ul' ixgI'li'lIltll1'1ll l'lIll1lI10K'l'S. DIANIC FORD O'Nl'llL . . . lVlilw:111lwv . . . Mc-ilir-nl Micmlmiology . . . Snpliomurc Honors. Kl'INNlCTH LOVIS OPGl:lNOli'l'H . . . Kclwnsluiiii . . , Soils :xml flOIHIlll'1'!'P . . . F1'C'SllIU1lll :intl Svnioi' Swimming NI:1i1:1g:v1'g Mc-n's Dolphins, Sc,-1-11-t:1l'y . . . Phi Sigma linppn, Svr'1'r't:ll'y. .ll'lliliY A. 0'IiIiILI,Y . . . AlllXY2ll1lii'l' . . . l'i1ll14':iIim1 . . . Boxing . . . Alplm Tun Oinegzi. .lOllN CHARI,I'1SO'liOl'IiIiI4Z , , , Blznlisun . . . lllSlll'2lIll'l' Alpha linppn Psi . . . lIlSlll'2lIl1'4' Sur-if-ly. MARLO Ali'l'l'll'li URTH . . . lC:1n Clniiw- . , . Plm1'i11nf-y . . . VVis- consin PlliiI'IllIli'l'lltll'Ill .Xssor-ixltioii, HOISIGRT DIQXNE OSHURN . . . Gmnwl Marsh .... xLfl'll'lllllll'l' ...4-ll f'h1h1 lilnv Sllic-lil:C"ollr1t1'yLifvC'lnh:S:ulmll1':1n1lSii'luinChill. 413 OTTO PAUL 9""a sam. 'VW 4- x . X, .5 YS-f 4: v Ivy f ' .e KF 5 aw' gi "mr, '30 ia.. if 'nw 5 N AY if -1 4 5 ,fs , W F Q , f I- QM nr N l R Y, lllCH.XIllJ A. O'l"l'O . . . vVZlll'l'l0NYIl . . . Markl-tiligg . . . Phi Dcilla Tlwta. JOYCE A, OVVICNS . . . liariivvclcl . . . lffuglisli aml Srwial SlllQlll'S . . . Orivnlatioii. H.vXROl,lD LIQON ONMAN . . . N1llXYIllllil'lf . . . Mmliviiiv . . . Phi llcilta Iipsilori . . . VVi1-stliiig, NANVY J. PAC'K'l'Oll . . . C'hi1-ago, Ill .,.. Spanish . . . Sigma llvlia Pi . . . liuwliiigr flllllb. ICIJAYN RVTH PXDNOS . . . Oak Park. Ill ..... Xppliwl .XVI . . . Sigma Lamlula . . . Ovtopus. Prumotiuiis l'illiTUI'1 Gall:-ry Cmiiixiittvc 1 .Xt Fasv Oviiiiiiittvv .... V Xlpha Iipsilmi Phi. .XPDIRICY .X. PA FF . . . Maflismm . . . l'il'OIlOIDll'F . . . Wlislsiis. Pula- livity f'hairmaii: lvlllllll Nvws aml Pwsmuiivl lilll'l'fll1 . . . llr-Ita Za-Ia, Pl'9Sllll'Ill aiicl Vlc'1--P11-simlm-int. CH.-XllI,l'INl'l JOAN PAGIG . . . Kalamazoo, Mivh .... SIll'l'l'l1 . . . Phi Iivtag Sigma Kappa Phi . . . ,Plll'2lll'I' Fcmriiiiiittcwz WlSC'lJIlSlIl Playm-rs: Puhlir- lln-lations lioarcl. JOAN PXOICI .... Milwaulwv . . . li1'I'I't'2lllOll . . . lNIilwaukm-0 ICN- tension . . . VV.-MM Dormsylvanizi ..., Xlpha Chi Omega. .IANIUIC PAHLMICYFR . . . Mallismi , . . Clothing aml T1-xtilvs . . . Alpha Phi, ICXKI, SHFRMNN PALAY . . . Milwaiilwv , , , ClUIHI11l'l'l't' . . . Pi liamlula Phi, Piwsimlvilt aml Yic'c1-Piwsimlviit. Vl'Il.lil.vXM PALFICN . . . Milwauke-v . . . l'llll1l'2lll0ll . . . Max-vi Dvlla Ilpsilon: Svuim' Class, Vim--P1'4-sillviit. FRANK PALICN . . . Milwaukee . . . Us-ology . . . lXr'I2l,I'l1lll'll0 lvlll- vvrsify . . . Guolugy Chili . . . Chi Phi. llOBICll'I' PALMICHN . . , Kc-imslia . . . Marketing. . . lVIai'k1-ting Chili. JEVVFI. M. PARKER . . . VV0oflst0m'k, Ill .... llc-c'1'c-atimi . , . Laks- Forvst Uvllvge . . . Oriviitatioiig Prom: lvIll0l1 CO-Lulilillllllll' for C011- ll'IlI1l2i,l Classg Commons Crmilimittvc-5 Puhlir' llvlatioiis Ckmiiinmittr-vi Hoofvrs , . . Gamma Phi Bvta. JPSTIN l,l'DGFll PARK . . . Maclisrm . . . Mwlical SI'll'llf'P . . . Phi N111 Alpha . . . Baud: Iiaml Yvarhook, Fclitult TCJlll'IIIll1lI'l1l of Snug, Gm-iivral C10-Ull21lI'ITlilll, AI'I'21I1gl'IllI'IllS Chairmaii, aml Tivkc-t Chairman. MARY ANN PAll'l'IQKA . . . Milwaukvv . . . Friglisll l'iCllll'ill-lOl1 . . Sigma Fpsiloii Sigma . . . Sr'l1wlr'l's JOANNIC PASC'l'lICN . . . Milwaukcw . , . English . . . Pninni Housi- fl0II1I1lllll'Uf VViskvts, Pulmlivity Cliairliiaii .... - Xlpha Fpsilmi Phi, Vitro-Pwsimll-11t. FLOYD .'XI.BICR'l' PATRlC'K . . . lin'-lifmwl. Illinois Sm-ial VVorl4 . . , Svahharcl and lilarlv: fl0llf'l'I'l Baml. K'HAlll,I'IS IJIINNIC PATTICICSON . . . Limo lliflgv . . . l'1uropc-ali History . . . Phi Fla Sigma: Sopllmiilwv Honors. JAMICS MYHON PATTICRSON . . , Of-olitn Falls . . . l'Ilv0ti'ir-al l'lIlglIllll'l'lIl2,' . . . Fuplmmorn' Honors . . . Kappa Fla Kappa .,.. P Xmvri- van liistitlltc' of cllll'Il1lI'21l lfiigilicifws, llOI5I'Ill'l' J. PAl'I, . . . Urivilz . . . lIlllllSll'l21l Maiiagomvnt. 414 w I I i 1' Part Time, Uur Favorite Time 5 3 s 1 V:111-flwf'nlIvgL': S ' 1 A' jx SUIIQI. xx' ff , 'JAAB W Signm Plnis say thc-ir pzijzunn parties are the gwaitvst for good f'iE'21ll fun. Sigma Alpha Iipsilons :md Kappa Sigmzxs join for ai party, :incl whut's umrc' iypiwll of the Wise-onsiu parties than thc- dzimw Noor? me- 'T' H Q' 2 PAULSEN - PINNEY .4t. A 4' if " Q A W' 5 X ? FF A Q g i 3 . It -g 'L-. " .. iii-QI .wi - ff: xv-fwxilr iffgizfi ' ff' is if 1, 'UU . , .K If I . K A i? ii f fw li 1 f fff' ggi- ,g ,izfleh I IfATI'IIQRINl'l CORINNIQ PAI'ltSIfN . . . HfJll'1llIllJi' . . . Homv IHCOIIOIHICS I'AlllC'lit10ll . . . I"lllllll'Illf'SI Panliollenic' Cliorusg Svlicclers . . . Alpha Phi. RONALD S'I7l'lPHlCN PAVLIK . . . Madison . . . IllSI1l'2lIlf't' . lnsui'anr'c- Sovivtyl "W", Clulm . , . Rasvhall . . . Thr-ta Chi. TIIICODORIC PEARLMAN . . . Cl'2j,IlI'0l'il, N. .I .... FIIltl,ll4'0 . . Finanve- Sovivty: Oi'ir'utati0n . . , Crew . . . Phi Sigma Delta. RORICRT PIIILLIP PICCORIC . . . RIQIIUIIIUIIIQ . . . Civil Iiiigim-1-1'ii1g. .IICANNPI ANNIQ PICOLQIIIN . . . Sheboygan Falls . . . Plnirmacvy. .IICAN ELIZARICTH PICLTON . . . Rock River, Ohio . . . Physival Tllvrapy . . . Sigma Iipsilon Sigma: Sopllomore Honors . . . Phygival Tlwrapy Clulr, Vir'v-Prvsideut: Sc-nior Swingoutg Orientation . . . Alpha Xi D1-lta. FRICD G. PERKINS. . . Pompton Lakf-s, N. .I .... R:1r'h0Io1' of Sl'Il,'IlI'K' . . . Chi Phi. EMILY Pl'lRRI'IAI'IfI' . . . Vlfcnmlstoc-li, Ill .... I'Ir'oi1mniCs . . . Home- cunung. ICX4-1-lltivfl Sc-f'1'vtary . . . Gamma Phi Bvta, Prflsitlcnt. .l. RRAYTON PERSON . . . Milwaukvc- . . . Spf-c-vh Cl01'1'l'l'iIOll . . Alpha Sigma Phi . . . VVis0onsin Playvrs. DORIS ISICRGMANN PI4l'I'lCRSl'lN . , . Milwaukw . . . Ovcupa- tional Thvrapy . . . II0tblIK'1'S. Smwial Chairman . . . Kappa Dvlta. HICLICN PI'I'I'ICRSl'IN . . . D4-Pe-rv . . . Dim-ts-tivs. DICAN VVILLIAM Pl'l'I'l'IRSON , . . IItlclI'OSSU . , . IA'IIl'1'S1lINI Sviemw- . . . Chi Phi. Dl'll.RER'I' WALTICR PICTHRSON . . . Milwaukvv . . . CIOIIXIIICITC' . . . II1SllI'Il.IlI'l' Sovivtyg Sovivty fm' Advanr'r-ment ol' Managcmcut. DONALD ICRIC PI'l'I'l'lRSON . . . Doclgovillc- . . . G4-nlogy and Gs-ography . . . Nautilus Sorfivty. MARY LOVISE Pli'I'I'IRSON . . . Lakr- Mills . . . Related Art . . . Panhelle-nic' Chorus: Panhellvniw- Rushing Counselor: Relatvfl Art Club . . . Kappa Alpha Theta. JOHN PEYTON . . . Ravine . . . Phi Dm-lta Phi . . . Law. VICRN CLAYBORN PFANKI' . . . Madison . . . Mvc'hanim'al Iingi- l" 'X Q' ' ma-ring ...A I XSMIQ3 VVisC0nsin OIKIINIC SUIIEIQ. CAROL .IONICS PIICRCIC . . . Madison . . . Musir- PRIIIPIIIIIIII . . Pi Lambda Tlwtfi . . . Sigma Alpha Iota. VIRGINIA ANN PILIC . , . llmlgvvillv . . . Homo Pff'o11omic's . Phi I'psilon Omic'i'on . . . I'Illilll'llIK'SI I'nivv1'Sity Chorus: I nivcrsity Ranmly YGOP3 I'ni0n Gaines QYOIHIHIIIUQ' . . . Dvlta Zvta. THOMAS ICDVVIN PINKICRTON . . . Minneapolis, Minn. . I. . I'l1'Ull0IT1IK'S . . . Orivntatiou: 770 Cluhg Campus Chvst . . . Swimming . . , Chi Psi, SeCi'vt:u'y. TOM PINNICY . . . Silll'g00Il Ray . . . Landscape Dc-sign and Nursery P1'ar'tif'0s . . . Alpha Z4-ta: Snpliomoro Honors . . . Dormsylvania, Finance anml Tickct Chairman: Commons Comlnittwi Iiaflgtwz Ovtu- pus: Country Magazinm: 41 1. 'J CAROLYN C. PIPER . . , INIadison .... Xrt Education . . . Pan- hellenic Council, President . . . Ifnion Gallery Committee , . . Gamma Phi Beta. DONALD DALE PIRNER . . . Milwaukee . . . Bachelor of Arts . . . Theta Chi. JACK LELAND PLATNER . . . Whitewater . . . Mechanical Engi- neering . . . ASME . . . Foothallg Track. CAROL LEICH PI.AI,'TZ . . . Milwaukee . . . Education . . . Schwlers . . . Pi Beta Phi, .IAMES FREDERICK PLEIER . . . Wausau . . . Correctional Ad- ministration. HAROLD MORTON PLOTKIN . . . Milwaukee . . . Political Science . . . Alpha Phi Omegag Campus Red Cross: MHA Radio Olulmg Cam- pus Civil Defense. EVALYN RI'TH PLOTZ . . . Madison, N. J .... Child Develop- ment . . . Euthenicsg Orientationg I'nion House Committee . . . Alpha Gamma Delta. JACK FREDERICK PODELL . . . Nladison . . . Chemistry. PAUL EDGAR POENISCH . . . Milwaukee . . . Medicine . . . Phi Eta Sigmag Sophomore Honors . . . Nu Sigma Nug Phi Kappa Phig Alpha Delta Sigma . . . Badger: I'nion Gallery Committeeg Dorm- sylvania, Decorations Chairman . . . Beta Theta Pi. ROBERT WAYNE POINTER . . . Ripon . . . Medicine . . . Phi Chi . . . University Chorus. DONALD CHARLES POLLOCK . . . Milwaukee . . . Chemical Engineering . . , Polygon Boardg American Institute of Chemical Engineers . . . Alpha Chi Rho. BI'RL L. POLSTER . . . Milwaukee , . . Mining Engineering. JOAN ANN POMPROWITZ . . . Green Bay . . . English . . . Saint Maryls of Notre Dame . . . Student Senateg NSA Co-Ordinator . . . Alpha Chi Omega. ARLYN JAY POMUSH . . . Superior . . . Pharmacy . . . VViseonsin Pharmaceutical Association: American Pharmaceutical Association . . . Kappa Psi. ROBERT NEVILLE POOLEY . . . Madison . . , Physics . . . Gamma Delta Iota . . . Hooters . . . RiHe Teamg Tumbling. JAMES R. POPE . . . Montfort . . . Economies. ROBERT POPP . . . Lakewood . . . Electrical Engineering . . . Kappa Eta Kappa. MARTHA JANE PORTER . . . Madison . . . English . . . YGOPi l'nion Lihrary Committecg YVVCA . . . Kappa Kappa Gamma. HELEN ELAINE POTTS . . . VVaupaca . . . Occupational Therapy . . . Mo1'tar Board: Eta Kappa Lamhzla . . . Elizabeth VVatcrs, Presi- clentg Senior Swingout, Chairman. JEANNIE GLADYS PRATT . , . Milwaukee . . . Speech Education . . . Wvisconsin Players: I'nion Games Committee. MERLE A. PREY . . . Clintonville. . . Accounting . . . lim-ta Alpha Psi. 417 PIPER - PREY ,vs -10 I. Wa t"'G15Vl 'Wu ,X PRICE - RATHBUN xi 'Jams' 89" ll i N .,.., ' 'U . . 'W . . up. l 'r ii is Qi.V g . r.i.i . A ,', A if , ., Vg nrt , E, ., ,,:V,,:V,,., I X AMX its 11 1':"" 1- -t DONALD WILLIAM PRICE . . . Wauwatosa . . . Medicine . . . Melee, Delta I'psilon . . . Mediehoir: Men's Halls Chorus, MHA Cabinet. CHAR PRIEST . . . Portland, Ind .... Recreation and English . . . WAAg Scheders, International Club. CHARLES WESBEY PRIMEAL' . . . Milwaukee . . . Bachelor of Science . . . Baseball. CHARLES ALBERT PRODOEHL . . . Wauwatosa . . . Chemical Engineering . . . Sigma Delta Omega. JOSEPH VIRNEY PROHASKA . . . Madison . . . Finance .... A lpha Kappa Psi . . . Phi Gamma Delta. DAVID M. QIIALE . . . Baraboo . . . Finance . . . Finance Society . . . Delta Ivpsilon. EDWARD RALPH QUANDT . . . Theresa .... A ccounting . . Men's Halls Chorus. DONN PETER QIYIGLEY . . . Green Bay . . . Geology. JEAN ANN QUISENBERRY . . . Chicago, Ill .... Home Economics. ALLEN EDWIN RABE . . . New Holstein . . . Chemical Engineer- ing . . . Tau Beta Pig Phi Lambda Upsilon . . . Alpha Chi Sigma, Viee- President . . . Polygon Board: Saint Pat's Dance, Publicity Chairman. VIRGIL WILLIAM RABE . . . Monroe . . . Philosophy . . . Golf. JACQUELINE PUFFER RADANDT . . , Milwaukee . . . Home Eco- nomics-Education . . . Euthenicsg Scheders . . . Delta Zeta. BARBARA E. RADIN . . . New York, N. Y .... Spanish . . . Sigma Delta Pi. BETH LOPISE RADLOFF . . . Wauwatosa . . . Child Develop- ment . . . Orientation . . . Alpha Chi Omega. CARYL LESLIE RAFFMAN . . . Paterson, N. J .... Speech Cor- rection . . . Crucible: Mortar Board . . . Union Directorate, Junior Orchesis: I'nion Activities Bureau: Hoofersg I'nion Open House, General Chairman . . . Alpha Epsilon Phi, President. WILLIAM RAHR .... Nianitowoc . . . Light Building . . . Hooters . . . Track . . . Phi Kappa Sigma. BEATRICE ALLEN RANDALL . , . Fall River . . . Home Economies Education . . . 4-H Club. GERALD J. RANDALL . . . Sparta . . . Commerce . . . LaCrosse State College , . . Alpha Phi Omega, YGOPQ Pershing Rifles. JOAN ELLEN RAPP . . . Milwaukee . . . Bachelor of Arts . . . Span- ish Cluhg Humorology , . . Pi Beta Phi, Social Chairman. GEORGE RASMVSSEN . . . Neneah . . . Chemical Engineering . . . Tau Beta Pi: Phi Eta Sigma . . . Polygon Boardg American In- stitute of Chemical Engineers. WILLIAM BURTON RATHBIIN , . . Niadison . . . Zoology . . . Phi Eta Sigma, Sophomore Honors . . . Hooters . . Gymnasticsg Rifle Team. 418 RONALD DAVID RATTNER . . . Clllt'11g0, Ill .... Labor hIan- age-mont. GEORGE EARL RAIIBACHER ,.... lanvsvillt: . . . B3.!'lll'IOI'0fS1'lt'IlCt . . . Beta Thvta Pi. JACK JOSEPH RAVVITSCHER . . . W'illistlon, N. D .... I"inanc't . . . Orivlltationg University CUIlt'0l'f Iilllldg I'niv0rSity Band . . . Pi Lamhcla Phi. VVILLIAM I". RAYNE . . . Madison . . . Ec'fu10n1ir's . . . Bamlgc-r Chi Psi. MARY ELLEN REARDON . . . Dr-lativltl . . . Dancv . . . O1'c'l1vsis3 Orie-ntation: l'nion Danve f:OIHIlllff0l'2 Physical Eclucfation Cluh . , . Alpha Gamma Dcltal. HAROLD SLTTON REBHOLZ . . . Arlington. N. J .... I'il'Oll0ll1it'F . . . Svulmbarfl and Blarlv . . . Basketball: Football . . . Bt-ta Thvta Pi. CHARLES LOVVELL REDEL . . . Mount Horch , . . Labor . . . Uiiivorsity Band: Octopus: Hart-sfoot, Vive-Pr't-sirlt-lit . . . Kappa Sigma. JOHN THOINIAS REDFIELD . . . Stow-11s Point . . . Bavliolm' of Arts . . . Phi Eta Sigma: SODIIOIIIOFQ' Honors . . , Phi Phi. SHIRLEY JEAN REED . . . Iiavinv . . . En,f.glish. ROBERT LEE REESE . . . Gita-iiwcmtl . . . C'ivil l'II1gllltt61'lllg!,. DIANE RENEE REGEZ . . . Plymouth . . , Political Sciviicc . . Vnion House Comlnittovg Careers Cl0Ill'1'l't'llt'f'Q S4-nim' Swingout, Ovu- vral C'l1z1irn1an: AVVS C'0unr'ilg NSA COIIIIHISSIOIII Stuclvut Senatv: SLIC' .... ' Xlpha Chi Olnvga. RICHARD ELLIS REHBERG .... larlvsvillv .... IOlll'I1tlllSIH . . . Sigma Dc-lta Chip Alpha Dvlta Sigma . . . Cardinal. Assistant Man- agvr: Ovtopus. ROBERT GARY REICHERT . . . Loyal . . . Pharnizlcy. JAMES MONROE REID . . Milwaukee . . . Economics . . . Theta Chi. MARY ELLEN REITZ . . . Chili . . . Home Econumir-s Etluvatiml . . . Phi Epsilon Omivron . . . l'Iutl1c-nir's. ROBERT REITZ . . . Marslifwld . . . Dairy lndustry .,.. Xlpha Zvta: SOIJIIOIIIOFO Honors. MARY ELLEN REKSTAD . . . Downers Grove, Ill .... Physit-al Etlucation . . . Physical I'idlli'21fl0Il Clulr: VVAA, Yif't--P11-siclc-lit . . , Dvlta Delta Delta. ROBERT RELLIN . . . Milwaukt-rf . . , Et'ono1nic's . . . I'i1ivv1'sity Band . . . Zeta Beta Tau. JERALD REMY . . . Maclison . . . Rcvrt-ation . . . Ifnion f1I'1l,flS Coin- inittvvi Clit-vrlcatlclx PAIILA RENDENBACH . . . VVhitPfish Bay , . . Politival Sl'Il'llt'Ix . . . Lawrc.-nt'0 Cnllflgo . . . Pi Bvta Phi. 1 ROBERT MORRIS RENNIVK . . . Pt-oria, Ill .... Sm-iology . . YMCA, Viral-P1'0SitlQr1tg Eolk Eiest-ag VVist'or1sin Collt-gian, Etlitur. 419 RATTNER - RENNICK 3... .xr .4 T15 .Lb "-. gases' 'S' 1 My 'ii' '-sf X ll x li 'NI WM., ,-f .V W, 'i ,W 'QR A L f 3: 5 "UN YT' B W N Stlulvnts S01 another blood donation 1'c-M1111 this your. F ll A t' 't H' hl' ht Trygvc Lic was omk of thu lfI1iv0rsity's rlistillgllislmd visitors. "Jazz ut, tlw Phi1llIll'H10I1if'H played to H full house at the Ifuiou EDWARD ALLEN REUTER . . . Milwnlikr-v . . , clll6'lHIl'l1l Engi- nccring . . . YMCA. KAREN .IEANINE REYMERT . . . Rzitzlvizl. Il-l ,... Honie-Ec'o- nomics . . . Hoofvrsg YGOPQ WAA liozml . . . Chi Oiiic-gil, P1'CS1flf"1t and Vice-Prcsiclmrnt. JOHN DANA RICE . , . Bosvoluel . . . Pli:u'111zu'y 2 . . Vi'isf'onsin Plum'- ni:u'vx1tir'zil Assovintion . . . Trzick . . . Ixappu Psi. STATTON L. RICE . . . Dc-lmalr, N. Y. . , . Rolitivul Scivnrlc . . . Maw: Iron Cross . . . AKIISUOIISIII Stuflvnt Assoviaitiong Stutlvnt Svnzxtv, Prosidentg SLIC . . . Sigma Alpha Epsilon. BAYARD RICHARD . . . Iiligvlw, Ore .... Atlvvrtising . . . Dolphins . . . Swimming . . . Sigma Nu, Prosident. THOMAS A. RICHARD . . . Rulmivon .... A gl'Il'llIt111'l', GWYN THOMAS RICKETTS . . . Mzulison . . . Rm-late-ml Art . . . Sopliomorv I'IOI10I'S . . . Ivnion Gzillvry Committc-0, Cli:1i1'11i:in: I'nion Dir'oc'tor:1t,og Orieritatiioiig Related Art Clulig I-Iomvrioming Rzill, Dvcorzitioris Chziirmzin . . . Theta Chi. .IANE ELIZABETH RIDGEVVAY . . . Eonfi flu Lau' . . . Sc-c'0ntizu'y Eclut-atioii. BARBARA L. RIEBE . . . Fond Kill Lau' . . . Speech Co1'1'ct't,ioI1 . . . Sigma Kappa Phi. EARL FREDERICK RIEDERER . . . INIanitoWoc . . . Evonomivs. BONNIE .IANE RILEY . . . Rzlvine . . . Child Dcvvlopnivnt. DONALD RINTELMAN . . , C0ll21l'l7lll'2 . . . Mairliotiiig . . . Blil- waukec Extension . . . Rho Omit-ron Tau . . . M:u'keting Clulig Finzmvo Club: Sovicty for Advzniivviiic-iiti of INfIZiIl2lf.fl'IHOIlI. ALICE RITCHIE . . . Evanston, Ill .... English . . . Grinnm-ll Collvgv . . . Hoofz-rs. CAROL JEAN RITTER . . . Rau-ino . . . Sevomlary licliivzitioii . . Scliodersg St-nior Councilg Dolphins. SAI'L RITZENRERG . . . VV:tshington, D. C .... History . . . Hoofc-rs. WILLIAM CANAVAN ROBBINS . . . Kvnoslul .... IUl1l'IlRlliSlll . . . Phi Em Sigma . . . Sturlvnt Ro:u'ci . . . Dc-lt:1 Sigma Pi. BARBARA OWEN ROBERTS , . . Lotli , . . Iloniv Er'onomic's Erlu- Catlon . . . Mount Mary Collvgc . . . YGOP: PIIIIIIQIICIIIC Chorus . . . Chi Oiiivgzi. DIANE SUE ROBERTS . . . Detroit. Mivlu ..., Sccolimlmy Erliic':1tion. GEORGE ROBERTS . . . M:1c'liSon ..., A rt Ecl1ir':1tion. RONALD DALE ROBERTS . . . Cliimigo, Ill .... Pliysivall Edlival- tion . . . Ifootlmllg Boxing: Wrestling . . . Bc-tn Thx-tu Pi. ADRIENNE ROBINSON . . . Kc-noslni . . . Businvss I'IlIllK'ilIIOI1 . . . Sigma Epsilon Sigmag IIIWIOIIIIPQ Both Gainniu Sigiiiug Phi Kappa Phi . . . Student Bozml: I'nive1'Sity Cliorusi Svnioi' Swingout: In- t01'miti01i:1l Clulmg Humorologyg IA'il.g'lUA ot' VVonivn Voters, I 421 , x. fb x ' 'H ar Q' Y' , -nr fi . A I :il km Q-W-it--f W Z x I fa, f f G W Y K . X 1 an W Nav! N VI! if in X 91 'v it sn, , 1 . , REUTER A ROBINSON ., Q, X . X fiiify. - 1 if! 1 EQ? - 'G G3 A ' X ,si F I IW N X lim - 1 , 'Q I x N 1' xr I -3 r If . 5 If ,gash H wif , K,,, F S F, is f- . X If I N J' dw Silly' A .5 5,34 2 Ii - so at 5 1 FE at O ,ff A.,- 1-'nj wt' 'Cwr 'fu Q I if GP I RUEHL 3 I - iv J .1 .qw 5 1. R17 fi "11- . A 1 X i .. t 1 ilgi fx' 1 X mu 1 if . rg: 1 1-fif' ' U 1 vigil' , W... If :S H 1 , .ff ixikllaw' 3 3 fi 1 ' fi QQ' . , ,, 111 -A 12-yi 1 MARY .IANIC ROTH . . .IAMICS C. ROBINSON . . . I121c.ll'0S5l Qh1J111111l L11g111111111g MARC-IA CAROLINE ROIJICHAVICR R11ths1h1l1l 511 1 111111t111g, . . . Plll Chl Theta . . . Pi Beta Phi. CLAIRE LICONH ROPILANDT . . . Chic 11,0 Ill C1x111n1c-111 . Phi Cl1i Theta . . . National Collegian Pl 1x11N W1 1o11Q111 Pl 13 81 Wisluts, Stage M21Ililg1'l'1 C11111'1-rt Svrlu M1111 P1 C 11111111 ll 1'l1111t lioardg IvIllOI1 Music Cu111111itt11-1-. WILLIAINI ROEMICR . . . li0110sl1a . Ph 111111111 WINCIJIINIII Pll2ll'll1iii7Qlltli'2ll Assm-111t1o11: 1X111o1'11-:111 lllllllllllllll X 11111 NANCY .IICAN ROGSTAD . . . l42lclI'0SNL R111L 1t11u1 l 1 10 1 State College . . . Dvlta Z1-ta. DORIS ROOB . . . Sl11wboyga11 . . . clltII1lHl'lV Slgml l psilon Sigmag Sophomore H1111111's . . . Ca1'1li11al H011l1 is -X1111 111 111 C l11 11111 1 SHICLDON J. R,OSl'lN . . . Milwa11k1-1- lVI11l11 1l S1 ll 1111 P ll Eta Sigma: SOIJl1OII10l'l' H1111111's . . . Phi Dvltx l 11211011 M11l11 llOlI HARRIET CARY ROSS . . . lhrIlllVtLlll 11 H1Qt0Iy B1 lllfOIll .I1u1i111' Collr-gf' . . . D1-lta Ga111111a. TRICNTON ROSS . . . NIlllV2lllliC0 . . . I 1701 FRANK ROSSI . . . lil'IlOSll2l . . . Flll2lIlfL I11111111 b0111tx lN ll ALl'lNANDl'lR ROSZKOVVSKI . . . R111111 NllV6IIl llll., Rz11'i111- l1lxt1-11si0r1 . . . Mi1l'kl'llIl2 Club CIIHSTER ROSZKOVVSKI . . . li:lf'llll l 1g.,l1t B111l1l111g Sigma ldilllllllil Chi . . . R111-i1111 l1lxt1-11si1111 . . . R ml l st its lllll H1 111 l5111l1l . Milwa11k1'11 Zttlllll Club . . . Ijilfllllgtflll . Ma11it11w111' Fi11a111'1- S0111-tyg I1lSlll'2lIlI'0 S111-iotyg Hootu .IANlC ROYICR . . . Mayvillc- . . . Sp11111'l1 Co1111 on Sigm 1 lx lppl Phi: Pi La111h1la Thvta . . . l'11iv111'sity llOlllN I01v11N11'Q P10111 GAY MARSHA RlllilN . . . T6'2llll5C'l Phys111l l1l1111 tion . . . I'11i1111 Crafts C0111111itt1'0g VVA X V11ll1wb1ll C l1 111111 Ill PAl'l..-X R. RIIBIN , . . GlC'llf'fJEl. Ill. l111111111l1s111 O1top11 Vlfisliits, GC'Iltll'3l cilltlllilllllll llolphins WAN H0111 ROGER RVIJEIAIN . . . R111-l1t'111-11. lll. Pl111m11x Rho Clil . . . Wisconsin Pl1a1'111a1'o11ti1':1l Sovit-ly lx1pp1 PN1 ICLLICN RI'l'1DEBI'SCH . . . Mayvillv Sp111h WHA Pl1x11 DONALD ICARI1 Rl'l'IHl1 . . . Wa11wat11s1 X111o1111t111g B0t1 ROBERT RIYEPING . . . Oconomowoc . . . Psychology . . . Sigma Nu. JOHN EDVVARD RLETH . . . Milwaukee . . . Insurance . . . Insur- ance Society . . . Delta Sigma Pi. .IOYCE ELAINE RUFFOLO . . . Racine . . . History . . . Sigma Epsilon Sigmag Pi Lambda Theta. DONALD RUMPEL . . . Plainfield . . . Agricultural Education . Future Farmers of America. EUGENE H. RIIPNOW .... Iuneau . . . Agricultural Education . . . Saddle and Sirloin Clubg 4-H Clubg Future Farmers of America . . . Delta Theta Sigma. KAROL KAY RUPPENTHAL . . . Bangor . . . English . . . Lawrence College . . . I'niversity Chorusg French Club. KENNETH BASFORD RUSSELL . . . Glen Rock, N. -I .... Naval Science . . . Sophomore Honors . . . Nautilus Society . . . Swimming . . . Beta Theta Pi. ROBERT LOREN RUST . . . Boscobel . . . Pharmacy . . . Wisconw sin Pharmaceutical Society . . . Kappa Psi. PATRICIA ANNE RYAN . . . Lodi . . . Speech Correction . . . Mount Mary College. PALL M. RYAN . . . .Janesville . . . Finance . . . Oricntationg Finance Societyg Iinion Music Committee . . . Phi Delta Theta. SHEILA MARY RYAN . . . Madison . . . Child Development . . . Phi Ilpsilon Omicron, Vice-Presidentg Concert Band . . . Alpha Xi Delta. BONNIE RYNDERS . . . Madison . . . Medical Technology . . . Alpha Delta Theta . . . Student Boardg linion Library Committee . . . Alpha Gamma Delta. .IOANN HELEN SAARI . . . Milwaukee . . . Economic History . . . Mortar Boardg Crucible: Sigma Epsilon Sigmag Artusg Sophomore Honors . . . Badger, Senior Section Editorg Badger Board: Union Forum Committeeg Union Music Committcep Panhellenic Ball, Pulm- licity Chairman . . . Delta Gamma. ARLENE SABIN . . . Palmyra . . . Speech Correction , . . Sigma Kappa Phig Zeta Phi Eta . . . Dolphinsg University Chorus . . . Chi Omega. ' JOSEPH SALITLRO . . . Kenosha . . . Political Science . . . Phi Eta Sigma. EARL EVERETT SALLANDER ,... DeSota . . . Pharmacy . . Rho Chi . . . Kappa Psi. CARL RICHARD SALZER . . . VVausau . . . Bachelor of Science . . . Alpha Phi Omega. CHARLOTTE ROSE SAMPE . . . Milwaukee . . . Related Art . . . Related Art Cluhg l'niversity Chorus: Union Gallery Committee. EDVVARD VV. SAMPSON . . . Dayton, Ohio . . . Economn Finance Society . . . Chi Psi. RUTH SYBIL SAMUELS . . . Newark, N. .I .... Child Development. RICHARD ALLEN SAMUELSON . . . VVest Allis . . . Applied Art . . . l'niversity Art Clulm. 423 SAMUELSON . 3 .,Q.4, 4 fm x W xv . , S xt iiii ,.,., : L . H K .. 3 53 .-"t - v 5 Q 'J' AIM.. I if 47' S .W ,., J-df! .. i bn. mitggiagx 'N ,w SANTO we SCHLICHTING 5 ' 5 wwf , ' li, .X yi -if ,ww 1 ,f . . A I . 1 ii . : 5 'I .Q 3 'Q' glyfvgg, 4 Wqfilgiig, as .HSI 4 X uv-'Rf ,gli xv' I A F M. ,I vt H, . ,, , I Q ilu.. P Q shi' pm. ,ww " 1- A .V 4, K, Q I g iii f RPDOLPH JOSEPH SANTO . . . 3IIlVV2lllIil'l' . . . Elor't1'ir':1l Engi- nwring . . . Iiuppzi Eta Kappa. LEWIS HENRY SAPIRO . . . Milwaukee .... -X vvounting . . . Rota Alpha Psi . . . H:n'0sl'oot: Campus C':11'nivzxl, JAI'1'2i.llg0111l'Ill'S Clmirinzing :incl Gviioiuil fllliiIl'lllliI1I Senior Council . . . Pi IAIIIIIXIII Phi. ROSEMARY DOROTHY SARLES . . . Rrwins- . English . . I'11iV91'siI3' CIIUYIISI YGOP1 K':n'mli11:1l .... - Ylphzx I'hi Onif-gn. ROBERT GLEN SATHER . . . Iiluir . . . IYIan'k1+ting . . . Phi Eta Signizi . . . INI:n'kcting C'lul1. DAVID EVAN SAIINDERS . . . lIilw:1ulu-1' . . . Psyvhology . . . Psyr-hology Club. PIIYLLIH SAVVYER . . . Dv Pc-rv ..., -X wounting . . . Grvvii Ray Exif-nsion . . . Hool'e1's. MIRIAM FAYE SCANLAN . . . IJPOIIOIHOYVUI' . . . OC'IfllIJE1liIlJIli1I 'I'l1vmpy . . . I421XYl'l'l1C'l' Collvgo . . . Dolphins: Bzulgeit Occ-upationzil Tlu-mpy Clulm . . , Alpha Chi Oinc-gin. MARY ELIZABETH SCHAAF . . . Maulison . . . Home Evononiics IZIIIIICHI-itll! . . . Eut-lionivsg Sc-liellc-rs . . . Tlwtei Phi Alpha. .IERRY SC'IIAC'I'I'I'SC'HNEIDER . . . Milwaulwe . . . l'he1nist1'y . . . Avrlciai. DONALD VVERNER SCHAEFER . , . IY'I:ulison . . . B:u'tc1'iolo1:y . . . Ifootlmll. DONALD VVESLEY SCHAEFER . . . YRIIIIIXVQIIOSQI . . . Ml'fZl12iIlIi'ZiI I'IllgI1ll'l'I'Illg . . . YGOP: Orin-ntaztiong Il" Counr-il: IF Clnorusg Band . . , Pi K:1pp:iAlphn. ESTHER, VIIARLENE SCIIAEIVER . . . Madison . . . IIl'i'1'l'ZlIIOI1 . . . SILUI18 Epsilon Signm: Pi IAIIIIITKIII Theta . . . YWf'A: I'nion Pub- lix' Rvlutions Connnittf-4-. ARLIE VVELLS SCHARDT . . . Milwnukov . . . English . . . Carmlinzil, Sports Editor: C:u'cli1n1l Bozml, Pr:-Sitlvlntz Dolphins, Pl'lxSICIK?IllI Prpni, Music- Clizxirnnnig I'nivv1'sity Chorusg Club liaclgvr Showg Swimnnngg Tm-nnis . . . Rc-tu Thr-1:1 Pi, XYIN'-PI'l'SIlll'lll. JOHN LEE SUIIARE Pznwlvvvilla- . . . Elvc't.ric':1l I'lIlgIIl.K'l'l'II1g . . . Eta Kappa Nu ..., A lll9I'I!'I1I1 Instifutm- of El0c't1'ic':1l lhiglils-s-1'S. ROBERT LOI'IS SCIIEER , . . IAIIIYYZIIIIQPP . . . I'If'OHUl1lIf'S . . liuclga-ri Or-topus. RICHARD YVAYNE Si HEVERMANN . . . Oshkosh . . . Lzihor . . . Ovtopus, Busins-ss lIZlIliigC'I'I lYisf'o11sin Plziyvrs . . . Sigllm Alpha Epsilon. MARILYN RORERTA SCIIILLING . . . N1-wHoIstvin . . . Clothing :Intl Tvxtilc-s . . .Stvvvlw PointVViSc'o11sil1St:1tv Collvgf- . . . Phi Upsilon IIINIKTUII . . , Siginu rllilll Dc-ltu . . , l'nion Ilousv Cominitlr-1-. MARVIN JACOB SFI-ILANGER . . . Cliivzigo, Ill ...., Y11lf'l'Il'2i11 Institutions . . . fIilI'CllIl2llI SLIP: ILS Culrinc-I :intl Vice-I'1'es1ilvi1tg Prom. llr,-r'o1':itiol1S Cl1:ai1'1n:1n: Stuflcnt I502ll'iI. EDIYARD CH-XRL SCIILECZ . . . Slwlvoygann . . . I5:u'tQ1'iology . VV Cluh . . . Crvw. EVGENE VYAL'I'ER SCYHLICIITING . . . Ellxlmrt Lrikv .... - Xgri- vulturc- ..., AIDIIZI Zvlzx . . . Futurf- I":n'1nvrs of Ann-1'ir':i: 4-H C'luhZ Suclcllv :incl Sirloin C'luh. IIENRY A. SCIILICIITINCI . . . Slmvlvoyguli Falls . . . IA-tfflrs :mil S4'iv11f-v . . . Hurvsfoot Club: I'I:n'oslioot Folliosg IF Chorus . . . PII! ilzunnnn D4-Ita. -12-I S, Hzu'vsI'o0t l:u1ieS zlrv tho pivturv of sopllisficzitiml, H 9 h C' 1 CTC S to t C II' S Pll0fULfl'il1bll4'l' Hopp got on the right siflv of thnx f'tlTIll'l'!l :xt lust, :xml :1 nivv simlv it is with tlw prom qllw-I1 finalists. 'ba xx GCR" M456 ' hair, I Cilllyt do :1 thing with it' 42 SCHLUTER M SCHUST ER . .., uc' A .4- 15 if SN' 22-5rss.z5i2?5ir -.., -,M -vf-3 ' as 'Lf- . -.-E . rf ,3 ,, if 1 3' I 1. . .2 2, 2 I . mmmk fjsii fegllf-F ' 1 .1 !T""" '23 4 ii L, -... e',"5 ROGER LEE SCHLITTER . . . Baraboo . . . Mechanical Engineer- ing . . . Gymnastics. BERNHARD RICHARD SCIIMIDT . . . Milwaukee . . . Economics . . . Football . . . Delta Sigma Pi. DONNA JI'NE SCHMIDT . . . Milwaukee . . , Speech Education . . . Milwaukee Extension . . . French Club, Scheders. LEILA RUTH SCHMIDT . . . Neenah . . . Bachelor of Arts . . VVintcr Carnival . . . Campus Chest. NATALIE SCHMIDT . , . Milwaukee . . . Medical Technology . . . Alpha Delta Theta. RAYMOND WILLIAM SCHMITZ . . . Sauk City . . . Accounting . . . Phi Eta Sigmag Beta Gamma Sigmag Sophomore High Honors . . . Beta Alpha Psi. .IOYCE AIJDREY SCHNEIDER . . . North Bergen, N. J .... English- Education . , . YGOP3 Badger, VViscetiquette, Section Editorg Scheders. AWS Fashion Show. GERALD CHARLES SCHNEIDER . . . Milwaukee . . . Pharmacy . . . Rho Chig Sophomore Honors . . . Wisconsin Pharmaceutical Society . . . Kappa Psi, Secretary. CHARLES H, SCHOCK . . . Ottawa, Ontario . . . lvlechanical Engi- neering. PHILLIP JOHN SCHOENBECK . . . Stoughton , . . Bachelor of Science . . . Golf. . . Theta Delta Chi. DONALD FREDERICK SCHOENECK . . . Milwaukee . . . Light Building . . . Sigma Lambda Chi, President . . . Real Estate and Home Building Association. PHYLLIS ELIZABETH SCIIOOFF . . . Janesville . . . Merchan- dising . . . Orientation . . . Gamma Phi Beta, Rushing Chairman. STAN SCHREIBER . . . Sheboygan . . . Economics . , . Chi Phi. RUSSELL ALBERT SCHRINNER . . . Manitowoc . . . Bachelor of Science. ALICE ANN SCHROEDER . . . Big Bend . . . Child Development Eta Kappa Lambda, Phi I'psilon Omicron . . . Euthenics, Union House Committee. JOY SCHIILTE . . . Madison . . . Economics , . . Activities Exposi- tion, Chairman: Ifnion Personnel Bureau, Orientation . . . Pi Beta Phi. CHARLES GEORGE SCHELTZ . . . Menasha . . . Pharmacy . . . Wisconsin Pharmaceutical Society, Amcriean Pharmaceutical Society. STEVEN A. SCHLLTZ . . . Wisconsin Rapids . . . Political Science . . . Beta Theta Pi. FREDERIC ROBERT SCHVLZ . . . Wauwatosa . . . Real Estate . . . Real Estate and Light Builders. NORBERT WALTER SCHURHOFF . . . Milwaukee . . . Commerce . . . Insurance Society. ROBERT KAY SCHUSTER . . . Cleveland Heights, Ohio . . . Polit- ical Scicnce . . . Baseball . . . Pi Lambda Phi. 426 MARION BETTY ANN SCHLTTE . . . Milwaukee . . . Gehman and Eduvation . . . Sigma Dvlta Pi . . . German Club: Svlu-clersg I mon House Committev. ELAINE HELEN SCHIfTTlCNBERG . . . VVausau . . . Social VVork . . . Social Work Club . . . Delta Zeta. WILLIAM R. SCHWANTES . . . Fort Atkinfon . . .. Conimc-rc-Q . . . Orim-ntation: I'nion Games clOl'I1I1lllI4'4' . . . lxappa Sigma. ALLEN MARVIN SCHWARTZ . . . Chivago, Ill .... Lettf-rs anml Science . . . Harosfoot Club: EIlU'l'I2liIl0I',S Guild, Pmsitlmitg Humor- ology and Pot Pouriv, Mastvr of Cert-iiionlr-s . . . Zuta Brita 'lau. ROBERT SCHWARTZ . . . Madison . . . Pharmavy . . I. Rho Chig Phi Eta Sigmag Phi Mu Alpha: Kappa Psi . . . Wisr-onsm Pharma- veutival Society, Prosidoutg Band: Coiimwt Band .... A lpha Epsilon P1. WAYNE E. SCHWARTZ . . . MilYll'2llllit?9 . . . Agrivulturo . . ..Uniou Gamc-s Committee . . . AmQ1'ir'an Sonic-ty ot' .Agl'IClllfLll'Zll Eiigiiwvrsg Mar-k Housv, SOCl'0f2il'j'-Tl'l'2lSllI'l'I'. RICHARD A. SCHWARTZBECK . , . Milwaukov . . . Soils . . . Nlilwaukm-Q Extonsion . . . Phi Mu Alpha . . . Food Tvclmology Club: Ifnivorsity Band. IVIILDRED E. SCIIWARTZBLRG . . . INIilwaukor- . . . English. HENRY G. SCHVVARZ . . . Bc-loit . . . Soviology. NORMAN WALTER SCHWISTER . . . Wauwatosa .... Xgrivul- ture . . . Babcock Dairy Sc-in-live Club. CLARENCE PETER SCHVVOERER , . . Now Holsts-in . , . Chem- ival Enginvering . . . Ani0i'ir'an Instituto of Chr-miwal Enginevrs . . Phi Sigma Kappa. LYALL WILLIAIVI SCOTT . . . Wrisvoxlsin Rapimls . . . l.1'tt1'1'S antl Sf'I6'IN'0 . . . Young Doniovrats, PI'C'Sll'l0lll . . . Travlc. ALBERT DONALD SEABORG . . . .lauesvillo . . . Soils . . . Cham- berlin House, Presiilm-nt: MHA Cabinet BONNIE ELEANOR SEALS . . . Milwaukvv . . . Merlival Technology . . . Alpha Delta Thx-ta . . . Dblta Delta Dc-lta. BETTY ANNE SEARLE . . . Mamlison . . . Physical Mmlivinc . . Physival Thvrapy Clubg Panhollenir' Chorus .... A lpha Ni Dc-lla. HAROLDE NAPTON SEARLES . . . Colombia, South .AIIll'I'Il'Il . . . Civil l'lI1gIIl001'IIlf.f . . . Spanish Club: ASCE . . . Triangle. ISAAC SENIOR . . . Colombia, South :AIH1'I'IC'2l . . . Civil Engineer'- ing . . . Chi Epsilon: Tau Beta Pi . . . Amvrivan Sovivty ot' Civil Eu- gmcors: Polygon Board: Eiigiiic-oi'iiig Exposition. CHARLES GEORGE SENN . . . LaCrosse . . . Law . . . Phi Alpha Delta. BARBARA CAROLE SERRACINO . . . Evansvillc . . . Soviology . . . I.aWr0m'e College- . . . E. A. Ross Club . . . Kappa Dolta . JOHN ELVVOOD SHACKELFORD . . . Antigo . . . Civil Engi- neering , . . Amurivau Som-iety of Civil l'iIlgIl106I'IIlg. SCHUTTE - SHAFF ER 4 l 1 1 Z. C, xx A AJ ,ry Av ROBERT CHARLES SHAFFER . . . IVIanitowoC . . . Pliarmavy . . . Wisconsin I'l1:1i'Inal'1rutival Assoviation . . . Kappa Psi. 427 SHANNON - SINGER F 1 I, W5- ,ff-. v-Q 'UN mn' 'QI7 I '61 im . Q! 4' ' - . 3 f g , 4-'51 Q., V Ai., .4 , . ff if., , , :Z H A 5 V , 'li .XP ' Pi 1.5 Q 1 A gi . Q- W H ' I VLI, 1 .S t I , .L 'PHOMAS SHANNON .. . . Milwaukvt- . . . Em-onomivs . . . Dt-lta l'1l'Sll0113 lVIar'v'. . . Fnianvt- Sovic-ty: Forvnsivs I'nion: VVisc'onsin Mvn s Association, Sec-rt-tary . . . Kappa Sigma. llOllEH'l' CLYDE SHAVV . . . Ovononiowom' . , . Sociology. JOANWSHIRZA . . . Wauwatosa . . . Mvrcliandising . . . Gamma Alpha cdllli luutlic-nu's. JOYCE LEE SHOIBEIC , . . Kvnosha . . . Svvondarv Eduvation . . . SQplloInorc- Honors . . . I'nion llanvc COIIlIl'llifQG,iflO-Cllilifllltlll ot' Ixivk OH . . . Gamma Phi lit-ta. JOHN P. SHOLTEH . . . liivhlancl C4-ntvr . . . l"inanc'v . . . l"inant'v Soi-lefty. 'PHOQMAS E. SHOLTS .... ' Npplvtton . , . History and Law . . . Phi Eta Sigma: Sophomore Honors . . . MHA, .ludivial Chairman: Mvnasha Extension: Student, Counvil. Vic'v-Pmsitleiitt . . . Tau Kappa Epsilon. JAMES W. SHOHR . . . Highland Park. Ill .... C01nmerr'1- .... A Alpha I?c-lta Sigma t. . . liadgvr, Salvs Manager: Badger Board: Badger lilor-li, Clem-i'al Chairman: Senior Counvil: Hnmorology. Gt-ncral Chairman: Gl'l'l'kli Wtlcli. C0-Chairman: Military Ball, Tivkvt Sales Chairman: IF K ounml: St udc-nt S1-nate . . . Z1-ta Beta Tau, JOHN SHI'lCTLEl"F . . . Glendale, Calif .... Pc-rsonnvl Managvj mc-nt and Industrial Managvmvnt . . . Sovietty for Advanvvmvnt oi lhianagvinenrz Nautilus Sorivty: l'nion Pe-rsonnm-l Board: MHA, .ludi- f'l2ll Board Chairman. CAROL SIELAFl" . . . Fort, W'ayne, lntl .... Svvontlary Edut-ation . . . St'lital01's: Svnior Swingout: Orvhvsis: Campus Carnival, Wintt-r Carnival: Prom . . . Chi Onu-ga. RAYMOND JOSEPH SIELAFF . . . Niagara . . . Gt-ology . . . Crew! Tarrant Housv, Prvsidvnt. MARLYS .IEANNE SIEMENS , , . liavinv . . , Eduvation . , . l'ni- vorsity Chorus: Svlic-tlvi's: I'nion Lihrary Committvv. DALE WILLIAM SIIGVICRT . . . Madison . . . Elm-r'tric'al l"lIlglI10l'l'- ing . . . Triangle-. LEROY VERNON SILAMPA . . . Madison . . . Labor Managv- mt-nt . . . Pnion Pvrsonnel Bureau: Hoofers: Sovicty for Advanc'vmcnt of Managemc-nt . . . liasvhall. INIARK ISISCHOEIV SILBER . . . Milwaulu-0 . . . Clinival Psyvliology . . . Phi Etta Sigma: Sophomort- Honors , . . Orientation: 770 Cluh, Cwnt-ral Chairman: Pinion llama- Board: Hooft-rs: Haresfooti UOYIH- sylvania, Chairman: Psychology Club: EI1i,1'I't2lllll'I',S Guild . . . Th0t,a Chi. JOSEPH HELLICR SILVEIIBERG . . . Madison . . . Law . . . Timlin Lvgal Sovivty: Foronsit' I'nion: l'nion Trvncls Cominittc-si: Hoofvrs: Dvhating . . . Boxing, Managvr. SALLY A. SIllNIl'llIBl'lliG . . . Madison . . . licvrvation .. . PiYl.amhd:1 Tha-ta . . . Cardinal: WAA. Puhlivity Chairman: Dolphins: St-hcdvrs. JAMES A. SIMMONDS . . . Madison . . . Politival St'itait'0 . . . ln- suranr'v Sovivty . . . Alpha Tau Omega. GILDA SIMON . . . Marincttv , . . Marlwting . , . Sigma Epsilon Sigma . . . Coranto: lNIarkoting Club. Hl'GH WILLARIJ SIMONSEN . . . .lant-svillv . . . liavhr-lor of Arts . . . Phi Eta Sigma . . . Badger . . , Chi Phi. SALLY HELENE SINAIKO . . . Cvdar llapids. lowa . Sperm-li Corrvvtion . . . Sigma Kappa Phi . . . Cnion Thvatvr Coinmlttve . . . Alpha Epsilon Phi, MARY LOIS SINGER . . . Manitowoc . . . Mt-dical Tcvhnology . . Cruvihlv: Sophomorc- llonors: Eta Kappa Lanihtla: Mortar Board . . . Alpha llc-lta Thvta, Sca'l'0t:ii'y . . . NXIlSUiflflll0tU', Editor: Slivhtvr Hall, Prvsidt-nt: llolphins: VVAA. Swwetary and Vim--I'i'eisitlvI1t: Ivlllfill Crafts Connnittvv. Svnior Counvil: NYo1nvn's Administrative Counvil. 428 wi U ' A y It A up nicfiuxsox VVILLIAM SINNOTT . . . iqemim . . , Pititmpity. I I I O 1. aw ttlt JAMES JOSEPH SIADKEY . . . Mzinitowof' . . . Pl1a1'n1at'y . . I S W'isr'onsin Ph:u'1n:1r'vl1tit':1l Association. Z ' in c'HARI.ics HENRY SLIQIQP. . . lim-iiugnmt . . . Phan-inavy . . . into ' I I Chi? Phi Eta Sigma . . . Kappa Psi . . . WVisr'onsin Pltarnizufeutival ' P- Soviet-YZ 1AITl0I'll'ilI1 Pllill'IIl2lI'0lllll'2ll Assor'iation. 3 , A QQQ' DARRELL ROGER SLETTE . . . Blair . . . Zoology . . . Phi luta 3 O' Sigma , . . I4llilll'I' fwfillvgv . . . I'11ivv1'sit5' Chorus. yi ""' K ANN SLICHTER . . . Milwaukee . . . Applied Art . . . Pina- Manor I Junior Collegu . , . Delta Gainnia. Q ASHLLQY H.x1cof,n sLoMAxN . . . Stl-vs-ns Point . . . sticiolugy it , . . Zn-ta Beta Tau. , IJ, Q E isiANc'HL3 wixiifni-in SLOVLIN , . . xlatiistm . . . Iattttft-S :mtl A Sr'ie'nr'0. :'-, X ANDREW JOHN SMITH . . . Ravine . . . Pll21I'IHilK'A'. - :QH I fi A LJ. .JAMES SMITH . , . ositkosit . . . rx-tmomitfs . . . Html-1-S . . iilil I I Basvhall . . . Tau Kappa Epsilon. ROLAND A. SMITH . . . Evansvillr- .... Iournalism . . . Sigma D1-Ita i Chi . . . Barlgvr, Eclitor and Sports Editor: IF News, Editor: YGOP . . . Sigma Phi, Vivo-P1'm-sicle-lit. WILLIAM JOHN SMITH . . . Milwaukr-tr . . . Pharinacy . . . Wis- consin Pl121I'llltl.C9lltiC't1I Soviety . . . Tau Kappa Epsilon. PAHRY SODER . . . VVaulQt-slla . . . INIQ-tliciiirf . . , Phi Eta S'g z . . . Nu Sigma Nu , . . Golf . . . Sigma Chi. ERVING SODOS . . . Milwaukoe . . . Iiavliolor ot' Svicnc-Q . . . Phi Eta Sigma . . . VVrcstling. 'Q' SAM JOHN SOFIVA . . . Foncl du Iiar: . . . Evonoinics . . . Phi Signia W Kappa, Prcsitit-nt and Vit?-PI't'SidPI1f,. RAYMOND DANIEL SOMMERFIELD . . . Milwaukee . . . Coin- IIIPFCG . . . lnsuranr-v Society: liantl. ROBERT Cl SOMMERl"IjI,D . . . Oshkosh . . . IA'IOt'lltlIlit'ti,l I'IllL,l IlK'0l'ill2,' . . . VVism'onsin I'lIlgiIl1'Pl'I Sovivty of Automotive l'Il1gim'01's . . . Trianglv. GREGORY SPEARS . . . Bruve . . . Pharniavy. ROBERT SPECK . . . Gret-n Ray . . . l'lls+c:trit'al l'lllQi110I'l'lI1g' . . Aincric-an Instituto of l'lll'I'tl'll'Ill Engiiic-vrs . . . MHA Ratlio Vlul: Prvsiclviit. JACK W. SPEIl.l.ER . . . lvtiva, N. Y .... Journalisin. PAVLA MARGARET SPELRRING . . . Eau Claire . , . Ot'r'upational Tlivrapy . . . Orivntation: PIlllllt?lll'lllt' C'ounsc-lorg AYAA .... 7 Alpha Chi Onu-ga, Vivo-l'i'vsitls-lit. DANIEL J. SPIKA . . , l.:1C'1'oss0 . . . Phvsic-al Eclut-ation . . . Phi Epsilon Kappa . . . liaskvtlmall . . Dvlta l'psilon. 429 'mv , 3 SINNOTT H SPIKA i I -. .,'- P , I .tiff Y -QV l WV , if . ,, ix gh 4 CN. x 'iv' 'sz-sv '?Lr:.5f ' A ii N' There Were Classes ' rl, I 5 wiv- ""'TWlNl"'T50'lYexff2?:f'i" ' ,. f- .ff is nf , - ' ' A .5 a--- ,H Mmfwf -4 ' - f ' .- -lm, 1" sd, . I f- H, mfwl 4 1 f A ay M A ' P l -"' xv ...W - ' - .W Qffm. V , ' ' ' wi ,H gigs Bw ' 3 5l'X.f:lf5LE.?' Z , ,H gy l L,- Y, M . k I , '-.N A .fs , l 'f T X ' ' ' l fs, l C' ' 1 .4 Qf'If? 15",9l:f .Sl ffl ' 2 g Q-mfg' 5 A ,li 3 eff. 1 s V4 J Y .H 35 'gf ,v',f2.",,' I Z' N. . H-in . ,fy , Geology students go to the so111'0m-s on :L field trip. O0 Nf . F-iq' X K 1 ,l my , -. ' mfs 9 H .4 L The Il1l1l'h trudden BZISUOIH hill walk Art students moved to new qlmrters in the Flclllc-ntlioll lruilcling and went right to work, ELSA S. SPl.l'ITT . . . Madison . . . Ameriean Institutions . . . Crueihle: Mortarhoard . . . YWCA, President: A Cappella Choir. RUTH ANNE SPRINGER . . . Winnetka, lll .... Eeonomies . Smith College . . . Kappa Kappa Gamma. RTCHARD ANTHONY STAEBl'll.l ,... Madison . . . Marketing . . . Phi Kappa, Viee-President. PHILLIP ALLAN STAFSlill'lN . . . Viroqua . . . Pharlnaey . VViseonsin Pharm:u'eutieal Assoeiation . . . Chi Phi. FRANK OWEN STARTER . . . Port Huron, Mieh .... ltaw . . Phi Delta Phi . . . Phi Delta Theta. CAROLE MARIE STANGEI. . . . Manitowoc' . . . Home i'lf'0ll0l1liC'S . . . Eutheniesg Orientationg Senior Swingout: Panhellenie Chorus . . . Alpha Gamma Delta. HELEN JEANNETTE STARR . . . Richland Center . . . Music- Edueation . . . St. Olaf's College ..., ' X Cappella Choir, VVomen's Chorus, Sliehter Hall, Judicial Chairman: 1953 Prom Court of Honor. ALBERT H. STAUFFACHER . . . Monroe . . . Finanee . . . Oeto- pusg Orientationg Prom, Music Chairman, Mil Ball, Musie lllld Ran- quet, Chairman: Homecoming Ball, Chairman, Haresfoot . . . Phi Delta Theta, President. ROBERT E. STEBENS . . . VVarrens . . . Eleetrieal i'lllgll10t'l'iI1gf . . . Polygon Board, Alneriean lnstiture of Eleetrieal Engineers . . . Kappa Eta Kappa. l,Ol.A .l. STEGNER . , . Madison . . . C0lT1IHC'l'1'0 . . . Phi Chi Theta . . . Student Board. Soeial Af'l'airs Committee: Marketing Clulmg l'nion Crafts Committee . . . Kappa Delta. VVILLIAM H. STEIDTMANN . . . Madison . . , Pharmaey, MARY MlNNETTE STEIGER . , . Oshkosh ..., A Xrt History . Pine Manor Junior College . . . Delta Gamma. ISERNHARDT ERWIN STEIN . . . Milwaukee . . . Pharmaey . . Wiseonsin Pharmaeeutieal Soeiety . . . Alpha Epsilon Pi. BONITA PAITLINA STEIN . . . Milwaukee . . . Law . . . Phi Delta Gamma . . . Timlin Law Soeiety . . . Cardinal: Wiseonsin Idea, Cir- culation Manager: AVVS, Publicity Chairman, Student Board, See- retaryg Careers Conference, PlllJll4'li,y Chairman. .IEANNE STEIN . . . Madison . . llaw. LAWRENCE MICHAEL STEIN . . . Chicago, Ill .... fl0I1llIlltIil . . . Oetopns: Haresfoot . . . Pi lianilmda Phi. SANDRA JEAN STEIN . . . Milwaukee . . . Speeell Correetion . . . Zeta Phi Alpha: Sigma Kappa Phi . . . lforensies l'nion. MANINE Rl'TH STEINBERG . . . lvlilwaukee . . . Soeiology. MARGAR ET ANN STEINER . . . VW-stfieltl, N. .I .,.. Psychology . . . Dolphins. MARY .IO STEINER . . . XYesttield, N. J .... Art Edueation . l'nion Gallery Connnittee. DOLORES STEINHILRER . . . Milwaukee .... lournalism Theta Sigma Phi. 431 Y 1 SPLETT 3 STEINHILBER .dw , Bax ' i'YZF"' 5. .aut az, L .S , 5 it tl Q 1 R Q..-.4 Ml 'rx ig? qi? 'f:1.fi ' i Q D 'I .,..,. , ft - if N i .' 1 , is 1-N. ill .Tl gt f a , ..,t . . tiee If fb! W ' Q7 'N ft Va, S Q ...si 9 STE INWAND -- STUEWE 'he- N- if f...,,,-Mi G E -:Q. I gt YS" 'H' - 4'-is 11533-fgwf 6 .U 4 RICHARD IYILLIAM STICINVVAND . . . Dulmuque, Iowa . . Pluu'mar'y. Gl'lORvGbl'I PILITICR STIQPHAN . . . Milwaukee . . . Politieal Seienee . . . Inion Iforum KWDIIIIIIIUUCQ Prom, Illeetions Chairman . . . Phi Delta Theta, ROBERT A,S'l'l1IPHAN . . . Madison . . . Aeeounting . . . Reta Gamma Sltilllil, P-resident: Phi Ifta Sigma: Sophomore High Honors . . . Beta Alpha Psi, Presitlent: Alpha Kappa Psi: Sealwliard and Rlzule, Presi- tleutr . . . Finanee Soeiety, Insuranee Society: Coinnieree Couneilg SHOP: Comnieree Turnout, General clll2lI1'IHQlll . . . Military Rall Conunittee. RORI-IRT FRANK STERNAT , . . Rush Lalie . , . Colnineree . . , Football . . . Cfhi Psi. RICRNARD FRANCIS STICVVART . . . Janesville , . . Law. .IOIIN ICDVYARD STICIVART . . . Rivlilancl Center .... Xgrieulture . . . Platteville State Teavhers . . . VViseonsin Country Magazine. DAYID ICLLIOTT STEYRIC . . . Watnvatosa .... I Xpplienl Mathe- Ill2lflf'S1lIlll Meehanies . . , Phi Beta Kappag Phi Eta Sigma . . , Inter- national Relations Cluli, Viee-P1'eside11t. JIQROMIC HIQNRY STII'lRl'IR . . . Marathon . . . Pharmacy . . . WlSf'0I1SlIl Pliarn1ar'eutii0al Society, Viee-Presitlentj Ameriean Phar- inaeeutieal Assoeiation: National Student Pharinaeeutieal Association. Vive-President . . . Kappa Psi. DAVID A. STIGNANI . . . Madison . . . Meelianieal lingineering and Coinnieree . . . Pi Tau Sigma . . . Campus Red Cross, Presiclentg Student Senate: Forensics l'nion3 Union Gaines Committee, Orien- tation, lfngineering College Chairman . , . Theta Delta Chi. CARL Al'GI'ST STILLICR . . . Green Ray . . . Iileetrieal Engineer- ing . . . l'nion Dance Committee. SALLY STINIC . . . VVaukesha . . . Soeiology . . . Lawrenee College . . . l'niou House Committee . . . Alpha Chi Omega. IQIIICANDR STODDARD . . . Princeton, N. .I .... Physieal Iitluea- tion . . . Dolphins, Physieal Edueation Club . . . Gamma Phi Beta. WILLIAM STOICBICR . . . Lannl O'I.akes . . . Civil Plngineering . Sigma Lanilxla Chi . . , Mil Ball, Air Foree Representative . . . R1He Team . . . Sigma Nu. RAYMOND ROBERT STOMMICL . . . VVauwatosa . . . Sp:-eeh . . . Pershing Rifles: Provost, Corps . . . Delta Tau Delta, President. CIIARLICS LICVVIS STONICR . . . Milwaukee . . . Chemieal lingi- neering . . . Delta Tau Delta. KAREN STOTZ . . . lngzrain, Penn .... Physieal l'ldueati0n . . . Physieal litlueation Club .... Alpha Xi Delta. PHYLLIS LORINIC STOWICLII .... Xurora, Ill .... linglish. ANTHONY .IOIIN STRACKA . . . Hartford . . . Physieal Ililuezi- tion . . , liasketiliall: Track, Co-Captain . . . Sigma Chi. LAIYRICNCIC A. STROMMICN . . . Milwaukee . . . l'lleetrieal Ifngi- neering . . . Phi Iita Sigma: Tau Beta Pig lCta Kappa Nug Ixappa Ifta Kappa . . . Sophomore Honors . . . Polygon Board, Allilli. .ARTHVR HUVVARD STROUD . . . Two Rivers . . . Clieniieal lin- giueering .... Xmeriean Institute of Clleniieal I"llU.flIl0QI'S. RVRLYN H, STI'l'lWl'l . . . Manitcmpe . . . Civil l'Ingineering.: . . Delta l'psilon. 432 CII.XIiI,I'IS Ii. S'I'I'MPI" . . . Mzulisrm . . . I11sl11':111c'0 . . . Ivllllbll QIIISIDI' Co111111ittv1'3 I11s111':111f'v Sovic-ty: IF Cl1u1'11s: IVIPIIIS CIIUVIIS . . . CIIII Phl. IQXY STIIIIINI . . , I'Il1r'Ii1I, Ohio . . . S111-iqil Wiurli , , . Snwizll Vlvurli Chili . . . Pi Bvtzi Pl1i. VVAIIIIICN A. STIIIIM . . . IYIIIIXYIIIOSSI . . .-lClvc't1'ir':1l I'I11gi11s-1i1'i11g :1111l I.:1W , . . Phi Alpha Ile-ll:1 . . , Iiilflllll SILIIIIEI. ICI10ISI'I li.-XRTOX SVHM . . . M:1cIis4u11 . . . II,e1'1'v:1tio11 . . . Iilll Helm . . . IYIIIUII. XrIIf'1'-PI'l'SIIII'IlTI I'11io11 I1llJI'ilI'y ciI0ll1IHI.IIl'4'. LIIIIIIT- Illillll 770 Chili: SIIIQIUIII Bozml. H11111:111 li11l:1tin11s Co1111111tts-1-, Ch:111'- 111:111 .... ' Xlphn Ci:1111111:1 Ilvltxi. .IAMICS PATRICK SIIIYAX . . . QIOIIIIIIIIIIS . . . I'I1:11'I11:1f'y WIISl'f7IlSIll Pl1:11'11m1ro111iml Sovietyg A111v1'i1':111 Pl1:11'111:1c'f111lwill Asso- ci:1ti1111 . . . Kappa Psi. WILLIAM ROISICRT SI'TIII'IRI,.XND . . . Mnilisoii . . , I.: v . . . ix Phi Dvltn Phi . , . 'PIIUIII Ilvltai Chi. IVII,I,I.jXM FRANCIS SW'I'II'IMICIi, .IR .... NIIIXYHIIIQCP . . . M:11'lu'l- lllg' . . . Siglllil Ilvltzi 01111-ga . . . M:11'lic'ti11g Chili: Socivty for .hIIV2llN'l'- 1111-111 of Ix'IQilI2l,Lf1'II10IlI. LICU EAIII, SW'I'IICXICY . . . Vc'1'o11:1 . . . I'Ic'u11o111i1-s, BI'l'I'TY IIVTH SWIIIIIIIII . . . IxIIIXV2lllIifx0 . . . Spw-c'I1 Co1'1'e1'tip11 . . . Sigma Kappa Phi: Phi Iir-1:1 . . . Wislcits. .XI'I'iLIlf.f0IINll1IS Cl1:111'- mam: I'11in11 Film Co111111itt1-v: OI'Il'IlIQ1IIflIlI P1'o111. P1-n1110tio11s Cl1:111'- 111:111. ROI! LICIC SYXNICS . . . G11-1111 Buy . . . .I0111'11:1lis111. .II-IIIUMIC IVRANK SZYMAXSKI . . . IIa1I1-s cIUI'IIl'I'S .. . Iizwlivloi' 0fS1-ieiivv . . . Phi ICt:1 Siglllill Sr1pl1c1111o1'z- HOIlfll'S . . . N11 Signm Nu. INIAIILIN IiI'GI'INIsI 'I'.XG.X'I'Z , . . Oshkosh . . . Zoology, SPZANXIC TAI,I3O'I' . . . Glviicov, III ..... Xrt History . . . VVvll1's- Ivy Coll:-gv . . . DPIt:1 Ciiillllllil., PI'l'SILIl'IlI. COICINXIC .-XNXI'lT'I'I'I TANITBICIIG . . . VIrI2llllIi'I'0US . . . I'I1'0110111i1-s . . . Rivvr Falls Stan' Colle-gc-. .IAMICS W.-XI,I..-XCR 'I'ANNI'IIi . . , Emu Clfiiru . . . Mecliml SC'II'IlK'C . . . Phi Iivtzi Kappa: Phi I'It:1 Sigma . . . Golf . . . Chi Psi. RICHARD .IOSICPH 'I'.XPP.X . . . Maclismi . , . Mllsil' . , . Phi litu Siglllii . . . A C:1ppvll:1 Choir: Mv11's IIIIOFIISI Wisvuiisiii Cullegiiill, C41-I'I1Iito1': H2lI'l'Sl'fJfJi. WIAYXIQ TAVICS . . . I'I2Ill Clziirc- . . . I11t1+1'11:1t-i011:1l Ilvlntiuiis . . . Alpha Phi 011111511 Provost Corps: HU1111-c'u111i11g. D1-1-111':1tio11s Ch:1i1'- 111:111: P111111, A1'1':111gv111c-111s Cl1:1i1'111:111: Grvvk IV1-1-k. P1'0g1':1111 Ch:1i1'- Illilllj Baulgvi' Iilovk, IxIC'lTlI7l'I'SIlIIJ Cl1a1i1'111:111 .... I Xlphal TQ111 Oiiivgzi, Vim--P1'vsi1lv11t. BAIIISAICA LOVISIC 'I'.XYI10R . . . Ix'IilWiLlIli0l' . . . Soviulogy . . Mi1l1IlvI1l11'g: Collvgc- . . . YGOP . . . Pi H0111 Phi. DON I.I'II'I 'I'.'XYI,OIl . . . IYQIIIIQUSIIZI . . . I'IIIl:lIlf'P . . . Dvltzn Sighm Rhea: Sr':1l:l1:11'rl :ind Iilmlc- . . . C:11'1Ii11:1l1 FIH'K'llNIl' I'11iu111 P1-1'sl1l11g Riflvsg Mil. Iiznll, Tickvt fIIl!III'IHIlll2 YGUP: SIIIIIPIII S1-11:1ll', I'IIIlIlIlf'l' Cn111111itt4-11 . . . Signiu Phi lipsilfm. I'I'I'III'lI, IIUHXINIQ rI'.XYI.UIi . . . Iwi-11o111o11i1' . , . II01111- I'Il'0IlIlIlIli'S I',rIl1c':1tio11. I"I'I'CH .IAMICS 'I'.XYl.OIi . . . Mnmlisnii . . . Iiziw . . . fiilllllllil, l'fl:1 ciilllllllil , . . Chvss Chili. IJI'1'SIIII'Ill. 433 STUMPF TAYLOR, F ' -1 'J 'fs . ,: ,I 3, f -' bi. I g i 'Q TEMBY A TOPAL fi ' is X2 . V .5 , GW . mf X54 I I K Z ,-A: ffw ,-Q2 in I .X X, , I I 2 wk , .3 lk - I '15 ,-A W.. .4 I"RIfDRIlX'K l'II.ROY TICMISY . . . Domlgcvills- ...A Xgmiioliiy . Dvlta Thvta Sigma. UAROI, MARIIC THATCHICR . . . Wanwatosa . . . Cfhilcl Dvvvlop- mm-nt . . . Carllinal . . . Alpha Chi Omega. IIICSLIIC GEORGIC TlIl'II.ANl'IR . . . INIilwankw . . . l'1lm:trim-al Iin- gilwe-1'ii1g . . . Kappa lfta Kappa. MARGl'l'IRITl'I ANN THICSSIN . , . Milwanlu-0 . . . Home- lico- nuinivs I'I1lL1r'atim1 . . . Hooh-rs . . , Pi IS1-ta Phi. RIFHARD GORDON THIICI, . . . Mamlisnn .... Xrt l'lclnc'aliun . . l'nion Gallery f'0IHIlllllf'0 . . . Thvla Chi. ROY VVIIIIIIAM THIICI. . . . Fond mln I.a4' . . . Iivimiiuiiiirw . . . Sigma C'I1i. MARLIQNIC DOROTIIICA THII'Il.lC . . . XYanwatusa . . . Ilona- l'll'OIlOlUll'S . . . Phi Vpsilon Omivron . . . l'nion 'l'li0atvi' Coininittca' . . . Pi Rc-ta Phi. Rushing c'll21l1'1H2lIl. RAYMOND CIIARIIICS TIIIMKIQ . . . Clintonvillo . . . I'Il'OIlOl11IC'S anal Law . . . Gamma ICUL Gamma. ARMAND THOMAS . . . Cliivago. Ill .... Pliarinavy . . . Pi Iiamhcla Phi. .ll'DITI'l TRICAT THOMAS . . . Ririningham, Mivh .... Spanish . . . Kappa Kappa Gamma. MARY I", THOMAS . . . '1I2l1'0IHil, Wash ..... A Xml-ri:-an Ilistory . . I'lI1llfZ,'f'I' . . . Kappa Kappa Gamma. DAVID W. THOMPSON . . . C,g1l4'I1lJlll'g . . . ,NgI'Il'llllllI'ill lingi- llK'l'l'lI1Q,' ,... A SAIC . . . Foothall .... ' Xlpha Gamma Rho. .IICRROIID GICORGIC THOMPSON . . . VVa.nke-sha . . . Cluology . . Inta Pi lipsilon . . . Iloofc-rs. ARDIQN IIYIIIC THORSBAKKI-IN . . . Barron . . . Pliarlnavy . . Wisvonsin PIlai'liiaf'0i11ival Assoviatimi . . . Kappa Psi. CALVIN CURTIS THVR . . . Milwankev . . . COIIIIXIPITQ' . . . Financ-0 Sovivty . . . Thvta D1-Ita Chi. DICNTICR A. THI'SIl'S . . . Wiitl'I'lKJlY'I1 .... A mlvvrt-ising .... Alpha Dm-Ita Sigma . . . Bamlgc-rg Marketing Chili, TIMOTHY AI,I,IHIN TIERNICY . . . Supa-rioi' . . . Finanvc and In- Slll'2lIlf'l' . . . Sllpvrioi' Slatv Crillogv . . . lnsnranc'v Soviutyg l"inan00 Sovivly. SYIIVIA .l. TIPPET . . . fiI'l'0Il Ray . . . Soviolrmgy . . . Lawrc-nrfu Uvllvgrf . . . Ovtopus: Ski Chili . . . Iiangmlon Hall, Prcsills-nt . . . Pan- hc-llvnir' Cliorns . . . D4-Ita Gamma. ALFONSO LOl'IIQ TOIIOUKO . . . IVIa,clison . . . I'Ic-oiioiiiivs . VVis00nsin Ifle-a, linsinvss INIanage11' . . . Sigma Chi. JOHN PISK TOMIIINSON . . . Madison . . . Financv . . . Insurarivc Society: I"ir1anr-vSor'ir-ty . . . Psi Vpsilon. MARTIN TOPAL . . . Iiong Island, N. Y .... Pulitival Sviviivv . , I'IIll01'l2lIllPl',S Guild . . . Phi lipsilon Pi. 434 For HOIIIC unknown I'l'2lSOIl, fhesv Tri-Dc-Its and Kappa Ueltzxs got togvthm' ni, thv Hmtll Extra Curriculars "Now this won't hurt :L bit. :md your blood will go to :1 worthy muulsc. hliilly thx- lim-In-I", had his :lay lust full, stngod hy the Kappa Sigxnas. T OPP - TUTTLE 409 ww, 'Q k -is 31 T? ff X . N ,av fs 'td Tv' J aw S ll' I E Q xg '. f.I -1. k kwxkk , m:gA Q ,I 'bf Nl krmf DOLORIQS LOVISE TOPP . . . Clintonvillo . . . Nr-onoinirs and Law .... Xrtus . . . YVonu'n'S Law School Association. ROISIflRT TORGICRSON . . . Milwaukuo . . . l'lI70!1OIlll4'S . . . Artus. JOHN AIQTHIJC TORIHCSANI . . . Wvisvonsin liapicls . . . Physical limlur-ation . . . Phi Epsilon Kappa . . . W Club . . . Footballg Baseball. P.Xl'I. IHIVGICNIC TOVSIGNANT . . . Janesville . . . Iiavtc-riology l'nion Commons Commititc-Q . . . Kappa Psi . . . Tau Kappa Epsilon. WIIIIAM F. TRACHTIC . . . VVatc-rtown . . . lic-onomics . . . In- suranvc Sovivty . . . Dolta Sigma Pi. MILTON IS. TR.XI'TMANN . . . Prairir- du Sac . . . I-Inglish . . . Mvn's Chorusg l'niv0rsity Chorusg Band: Convert, Band . . . Pi Kappa Alpha, I7lCI,I-SEIIT IC. '1'RICAGI'lIi . , . Wausau ..., I Xvcounting. JOSEPH BOTTICN TRICCICK, JR .... Bosvobel . . . Marketing . . . Markc-ting Club: Convert Band. THOMAS KEITH TRICICHICII . . . Burlington . . . Pharmavy . . . Orif-ntation: VVisc-onsin Pharlnavvlitival Assoriationi QXIHOYICIIII Phar- mac'vutir-al Association. MARION TRI'fI.OAR . . . Milwaukev . . . llr-lated Art. CAROL M, Tl-IICNK . . . Madison . . . Home Iflvonomivs . . . I'Iut.l1vnif's . . . Alpha Ni Dvlla. VVII,I,IAM BRYAN TRICKICL, .IR .... Oshkosh . . . M0r'haniCal lhlgilivc-1'iilg .... ' Xmorivan Sovivty of Mvvhanir-al Iingineers. NORMA J. TRINDLIC . . . Madison . . . Physival Medicine . . . Panhellcnir- Council: Oricntationg Senior Counvilg Physival Therapy Club . . . Chi Omega. SOLVEIG TROXPIL . . . Chic-ago, Ill .... Occlipational Therapy . . . l'niv0rsity Chorus: Campa: Snoball, Chairmang Hoofcrs . . . Alpha Phi. VIRGIL FRANK TRVMMIHIR . . . Madison . . . Applied Art . . Christian Scienmr Organization: Crew, Co-Captain. RICHARD M. TVRKIC . . . Hinsdalo. Ill ..,. Chemic-al Ellgllll-?Ql'lIlg . . . Amc-rir'an Instituto of Chvmival I'lllglI1Q6'l'lIlH. .PXVDHICY M. TIIRNICR . . . Lake Mills . . . Home l'I4'onomif's . I'lllll1C11ll'SI Country Magzazine-. CII.XRI,l'IS ROISICRT TIIRNICR . . . Palmyra . . . Physival lCduva- tion . . . Phi Iipsilon Kappa . . . Travk: Basvball. HOISIQRT IA VICRNIC TI'RNlCli . . . livlvifls-rv. Ill ..,. Labor . YGOP: Il" Chorus . . . liaskc-tballg Basvball . . . Thr-ta Chi. IIl'IliBI'IliT VV.XI,TEH TVRVICY . . . lNIoclforfl . . . Political Svielm- . . . Phi lita Sigma: Marv: Sopholnoru Honors . . . Wisvonsin Idm-al Vnion Forum Coinrnittw. Ml'IliRI'l'T DALIC TI'TTI.Ii . . . livansvillu .... Xgrim-ultural Evo- nomif-s . . . Insuranve Clubg Markvting Club. 436 ANNE E. TZIRITAS . . . Chicago, Ill .... Occupational Therapy . . . Sigma Epsilon Sigma . . . Hoofers: Union News Bureau: Enter- tainer's Guild: Occupational Therapy Club: Pniversity Chorus. GAYLORD K. UNBEHAUN . . . Blue River . . . Agriculture . . . Future Farmers of America, President. RALPH OTTO IFTTECH .... Iohnson Creek ..., ' Kgrieulture . . . 4-H Club: Future Farmers of America. NDIIWEZE IIZOMA . . . Nigeria, West Africa . . . Zoology . . . ln- ternational Club. DONALD JOHN VACHA . . . Madison . . . Mechanical Engineering. ANTHONY W. VALENTINE . . . Milwaukee . . . Political Science. ROBERT GERALD VAN CASTER . . . Kenosha . . . Economies . . . Delta Sigma Pi. LAIIRENS VANDER HOOP . . . Detroit, Mich .... Journalism Sigma Delta Chi: Pi Delta Epsilon . . . Chi Phi. DOUGLAS K. VANDE WATER . . . Sheboygan . . . Bachelor of Science . . . Phi Eta Sigma: Artus . . . Delta Tau Delta. RALPH VAN DIXHORN . . , Sheboygan . , . Agriculture .... A lpha Zeta: Phi Eta Sigma . . . Phi Kappa Phi . . . Future Farmers of America: Saddle and Sirloin: Livestock Judging Team: Ag Student Council: Little International, Awards Chairman. KAREN ANN VAN DVZEE . . . West Allis . . . English . . . Kappa Delta. JAN VAN SANT . . . Madison . . . Geology . . . Geology Club . . . Sigma Alpha Epsilon. LLCRETIA VAN ZANDT . . . LaCrosse . . . Occupational Therapy . . . Eta Kappa Lambda . . . Dolphins: Union Crafts Committee: Occupational Therapy Club. JOHN J. VERGA . . . Milwaukee . . . Electrical Engineering . . . Milwaukee Extension . . . Hoofers. PATRICIA ANN VERNETTI . . . Hurley . . . French and Spanish Education . . . Sophomore Honors . . . Spanish Club: French Club: Scheders. HARRY HOWARD VERNON . . . Waukesha . . . Accounting . . . Phi Eta Sigma: Sophomore High Honors: Beta Gamma Sigma . . . Beta Alpha Psi . . . Pershing Rifles: Forensic I'nion. CARL ARTHUR VERSTEGEN . . . Little Chute . . . Pharmacy . . . VVisconsin Pliarmaeeutical Association. ROSEMARIE GAWLITTA VEZINA . . . Madison . . . Journalism . . . Theta Sigma Phi . . . Cardinal. JOHN J. VINCENT . . . Madison . . . Insurance . . . Provost Corps: Badger Block, Promotions Chairman: Haresfoot, Secretary and Ex- ecutive Boardg Senior Council . . . Chi Phi. MARION FLORENCE VOIGT . . , VVatertown . . . Journalism . . . Theta Sigma Phi: Coranto . . . Cardinal . . . Symphony Orchestra . . . Protessional Panhellenic Council. RONALD JACK VOLKMANN . . . VVauwatosa . . . Chemieal En- gineering . . . Phi Eta Sigma: Tau Beta Pi: Phi Lambda l'psilou . . . American Institute of Chemical Engineers, 437 IM Voss M WASSON, K. 'mf JFK' 'Q 4-""' V . 'A if QW' ww., 'kr '6- Pr' 7 'if' rn? aff' A 17 I if -.,,,3 ,211-'f., GEIQALDINE JEAN YOSS . . . M:1zoxn:1nir- . . . Music- I"Itllll'IlflOll . . . Siglnzl Alpha Iotai .... X Cfzxppm-llzi Choirg Symphony Oi'rlwst1':l. SAM YOY'l'OYlC'H . . . Stnnlvy . . . Dairy :intl Foocl Tvclinology . . . Food Tech Cllnh, Sl'C'I'9t1ll'A'. DAN A. VVAGENKNECHT . . . Fort Atkinson . . . IIlllllSlI'llll Blun- xrgvlnclit . . . Murkc-ting Clnh: Sorit-ty for Aflvailivr-iiwllt of Nlillltlgit- inc-ntg Union Avtivitws I'Illl'K'tlllI Bnml . . . SIQITHI- Chi. CAROIIE KAY WAITE . . , lNIilwzulkvo . . . .lollrnzllism . . . ffzmliinilg WAA Bonrrlg Wiskits, fIBlIK'l'tl,l Cl1IilI'lT12tIlQ Humorology, Pl'04ll1i'l10Il clll2lll'I112lllI Hllllltlll Rvlntions IIOIHIHISHIOIII Senior c:OllIll'll. EVELYN ALICE WALD . . . Milmnikoc- . . . Sociology . . . lizikv Forest Coils-go . . . Pzmlu-llviiic' Chorus .... A Alpha Xi Dc-ltzx. WILLIAM VVALDBIIILIG . . . Nizxgalrzx . . . J0lll'Il2LlISIIl .... ' Alpha Dvltzi Slfllllil . . . Curclinnl. DORIS VVAIIECKA . . . Km-wzuiiu-v . . . IA-tt.v1's :ind Sc-ionce. RAY ALISERT WALKER . . . Milwziukw . , . Law . . . Fllltlllfi' Sorivty: Provost Corps: I'nion Puhliv Relzitions Comlnittveg Palrc-nts We-okcml, Public- Relations Cliuirrnzin . . . Crow . . . Sigma Chi. VVILLIAM ALLEN WALKER . . . Mzulison . . . Che-niical Engi- nm-ring . . . Arnold Air Sorivtyg :AIll0l'iCLtll Institut-1' of Clic-lniczil En- ginvvrs . . . Psi Vpsilon. HOISEIVI' C. WAIIKOE . . . VV21l1W2Ll.OSLt . . . Laimlsrapc- AI'Cl1lfl'I'llll'i' . . . Chi Psi, Prvsimlvnt. JOHN WAIILSCHLAEOER . . . Lziflrosse . . . CIIOIIIISI-l'y . . . Lzlifrossv Stutv . . . Ani1'rif'z1n Clic-n1ir:1l Socivty . . . Arzicizi. .IOHN HENRY WALTER . . . W2ll1YN'2ltCJSIl . . . Metallurgical Engi- nvm-ring . . . Mining :md Mvt:xllurgy Cluh: .Arlicwir-an F0llI1dI'ylllGIlS Som-ioty . . , Tha-tai Dvltzl Chi. rIIl'f'tlF!lI'0l', WILLIAM LEROY WALTERS . . . Iiurino . . . Applivd Mathc- matics and Mer-lnmics . . . Phi Eta Signia. PHILIP BENJAMIN WANGELIN , . . W!lllYY'2lt,lDS2l . . . Economics . . . YGOP. ARLEN EDWIN WARD . . . Madison . . . Pllzirlnzicy . . . Phi Eta Signing liho Chi: Sophomorm- Honors . , . Wisconsin Pl1tl.I'l'Tl2M'0l1I,II'Ill Association: Amvrican Pl1a1'1n:nf'eiit1c':1l Assomationg Initvd Stndvnt Fc-llowshlp . . . 'l'h0t.:1 Chi. MARY A. WARD . , , Fort Atkinson . . . Botany . . . Milton Collvgv. DIIANE NEVVTON WARE . . . WtlllIJILC2l ...A A gronomy . , . Orion- IIIIIOIIQ Young Dvinovrzitsg MHA Cuhinct: Student Conflurt Bonril. DAVID GEORGE WARTMAN . . . Ashlzinml . . . Law . . . Beta Thvtn Pi. IIEVV EDVVARD VV,-Yli'l'MAN .... Ashland . . . Law . . . l'11ivvrsit5' C'horus . . . Bvtu The-tai Pi. ALFRED RIIDOIIPII WASHINGTON . . . Iizxltimors-, Mil. . Physirzil 'l'l1e-rzipy . . . Pllysivzil 'l'l10r:1py Clnh: NAACP. KEN G. WASSON . . . M:n.dison . . . Mvrlnmir-:ll Enginm-uring . . VVisrronsin Plays-rs: MHA VVorkshopg Iizinil. 438 VIRGINIA QfLlNl'l VVASSON . . . Mznlison . , . Oc'1'11p:itioi1:1,l Tlicrzipy . . . Pi lilllllllllil Tlivtu . . . VVisc'onsin Plsiyorsi Om'np:1tion:1l 'l'l1ei':lpy Clnlw. MARY LOUISIC VVATICRS . . . Maulison ..., A Al'4'0llliiillg :nnml ln- sni':nn'0 . . . Mortal' Iioaml, Tl'l'iiSlll'0l' . . . l'nion N4-ws liniw-:in :ind Gzillcry Conimittvv: Intvrnutionzil Club: WSGA Style Show, Pulm- livity C'li:1irnnn11 LN fl0I1iL1'l'0Ilf'l', Pnlmlivity C'lnlirnn111: cl1ll'0l'I'S Con- l'c1'ol1c'vI Oriontaition. Pllhlivity :incl Promotions clll2lll'II'l21Il1 YGOPZ lnsnrzinm-0 Sof'ic'1Y. SQl'I'l"Ltll'y :Ind Pre-siclvnti Phi Phi VPlll'lil.I Prolvs- sionznl Punlwllc-nil' Council, P11-simlmit: COIIlIIll'I'C'l' Council. ICLISIC VVATSON . . . Port l'l1lw:n'cls . . . Horns- l'lc'ononiicV-s l'lCllli'11- tion . . . l'nivoi'sily -1-H Ulnlr: lilnoSl1ivl1l Country Life Clnh, Sc-1'l'ot:1i'y. PATRICIA .IIGAN WATZKPI .... A Xlnory . . . lClm-1nenl:n'y lCmlnr':mtion . . . Saint Olaf Colll-go . . . Chi Oinc-gn. JOAN MARUC VVICBICIQ . . . Mmlicnl Tu-linology .... Xlphzi Dc-ltu rPl'l1'i21 . . . Chi Onn-gn. ROBERT JOHN Wlfllilili . . . Lomli . . . VV Clnh . . . Bzxskvtlmlli '1'r:n'k . . . Kappa Signnl. WASSON, V. K WENNER s . 'f . . DONALD 'l'Hl+1OIJOlil'l Wl'lCKS'l'lillN . . . Newark, N. .I .... Lam' V :incl COII1I1ll'I'C'l' . . . IF Social flUIHIlllfil'i' . . . Hillel . . . Phi lipsilon Pi. V VV Pre-sidont, Vice-Pre-sidont, :ind Ser-rotary. -1-Q. my 3 ANN WEGNICR . . . Milwznikoo . . . l'lnglish . . . Pi Rota Phi, Vivo- K Q, i Pre-sicloiit. I 1sAnB.x1z,x WI-ZHNIHZR . . . ii.-nosini . . . Psyc-hology , . . Psyf-iiolngy 'f f'lnh. S4-c'1'vt:n'y-Ti'v:1sl1i'0r' . . . Dvlta Dollar llc-ltai. BARBARA ANN W'l+Ill'7NlCli . . . Milwanikvo . . . Politivzil Soil-Iwo , 1 is . . . . . Siglllil lipsilon Signm . . . fl2iI'K'l'l'S C'o11l'm'4-114-1-1 Pot Ponrrig Stull- A dont, Board: Svnior Swingont3 Orivntation: Alpha Ni Dc-ltn, Prvsiflm-nt. :am V V ,gr .Q 'DAVID L. WICINICR , . . Cliivrlgo . . . C'o1nlno1'r'o . . . Bzldgvrg Poi M i i A ' Ponrri, Mnsivzil Di1'0f'to1': Hinnorology. Qifllljlfli flll21ll'IH21ll and Pro- ik Y ' ductions Cll2llI'lllZ1IlI I'IIlI'9Sl-00i. Pl'1'SlllK'llil :incl xriC'i'-Pl't'SillI'I1tI Hznvs- ,QW foot Bourml: H:n'osl'oot Follil-s, H0114-ml cllliliflllilll . . . Zvtzi Bc-tn Tun. X " DONALD IQDVVARD VVl'IlNliAl'F . . . WvIlllS2lll . . . liconoinics . . . Hoofe-rsg Sovin-fy for Aclv:n1r'm-lncnt ol' lVIllIl2lHl'Ill4'Ili. X is .JOAN A. WEINSTI-IIN . . . noun, N. Y .... imm- . . . L11-on-sis ...V 0 1 . . . Alpha Epsilon Phi. N35 M wg, bf.: DARYL A. WICISHAAR . . . Mmlison . . . Phzn'in:1c'y . . . cllPIll'0l'i A ' A :intl Footlmll Bannl. V RONALD VVIHSNIQR . . . Elgin, Ill .... l'lr-ononiios . . . VV Ulnh . . . Buskvtlmll . . . Pi Lannhmln Phi. 1 .V IQOISICIVI' VVILLIAM WICLCII . . . Madison . . . Light linilcling. V .l. RICHAR D WELTON . . . Boloil . . . l"in:nn'v . . . Sophomore Honors A . . . . . . Prom: YGOP: l'nion Honsv c'OIllIIliTiK'C'I MHA Pnhlin' Hvlzitions P . , H. Connnittcs-1 ll" Chorus: ll" Jnmlir-i:1l Connnission . . . Ac':1c'i:1. Vivo- ,VY ' Prvsiilc-nt :incl 'l'1'c-:1sl1wi'. JANE UALIC VVliL'l'ON . . . Slioiw-wood . . . Honn- l'l4'OIlUIl1il'S Joni'- nulisni . . . Gcinnnn Phi lim-tn. l"liANliLlN .ll'Ll'f VYICNIJT . . . Manlison . . . Pvrsoiins-l lNI:n1:1gv- mont . . . Phi lim Sigma: Soplioinorc- Honors . . , Sovim-ty i'0I'AflVtll1l'1'- ' nif-nt ol' BIIlI1ilf,2,'t'I11i'lli . . . C'hi Psi, Pri-siflont , . , Tl'2ll'li. . .sv Q f HIVHAIQD Kl'R'l' VVICNIJT . . . Mnclison . . . IllSlll'2lIlf'l' , , . Phi A , A l'lt:l Signiu: lic-tu G:1nnn:1 Signm . . . IllSlll'2lIll'1' Society: Svnioi' Conn- 'l5P'N ' EV" . vil . . . Delta Vpsilon. ' 'J-M3 VV ' ' A . '-.' fi . 4 JAFK WILLIAM Wl'INNl'Ili . . . Mimhllvton . . . l'llec'lri4':1l lingi- ,V.. -' ii ,,,. ' s.s1 ji' iw:-riiig . . , Kappa liln lizippn. Prf-siclr-nt :inml Vi4'i'-Pl'l'Sill!'Ili . . . A .f TV y . Qi 3 Hoofvrs' l'nion Grnnos Coininiltr-1-. ' ',:-. 'kli' '--":i 5 'fig Y ' g X ' f :" '--'. . '--: . 439 A A fisil. ,-. 3 . H ii'. i ,E . " . if KI we! N11 .Xly .3 In-I H 4ll"lW 2lllflIl1l'l' brew :md sing IIIIUTIIDI' sung to :xml till l'IljUj':lIJIt' paxrly. There Were Lots of Good Times lI'1'1'lKll'I' tHI'Illt'g.fllt I 11 ilu mlm l'lu ,H up:-I1 llHllrl'. -H0 1 V 'Q -I f X 'Ymlr lmmls 1111- r-nhl." Gllifzll' 2H'K'0I11Il2UliII1OIlf he-lps out ilu- srmgf :Q7'75iSi5'E'-fflwliliifgiif? -wkiii' "f9?'f' " "l?9'e?- ""' f9i?i+'V,:E15ii':9',...4Q51.l...uu..ias?'' 'Vi-W" -' I :E2'2 ' , 1. K W, BARBARA VVICRNDLI . . . INIEIIIISOII . Spi-vvli flOl'l'l'f'ti0ll - Sigma Kappa Phig Phi Bvta . . . Orivntatiioii. LINDA W'I'lRNl'lCIil'l . . . Plvanstioii, Ill .... Polic'i1al SK'lQIll'C'-. . . Ol'Il'llt2ifIKJIlI IIIIIOII I'l0I'l1lll Coiuiuittee, SQK'l'l't2il'yZ AWS, l51g.5lSt"l' Chaimiaug Panliullcuic' Rusliiug CI0lll1SK'l01'Q Panlwlleiuc' Cf1llIN'll - - - Kappa Kappa Gamma, 'I'rvasu1'vr. JOAN WERNICR . . . Gale City. Virginia . . . Pliysi-c-al lVImlic'im- . Physival Tl'lt'I'iiPy Cluhg VVAA lioarcl .... ' 'xlpllrl Plll- GICORGIC RAY VVPIRTH . . . Markm-sau . . . Mcvliaiiival I'illgIlll't'1'IIlfI, . . . Pi Tau Sigma, Sl'1'l'0i1l1'y . . . ASMIC. RICHARD RRIGSLICH WESCOTT . . , Oak Park, Ill. . .V.'xgI'I- Cllli-lIl'6 . .. Alpha Zeta . . . Livm-stock .luflging Team . . . D1-Ita lxappa Plpsilon. ' RICHARD A. WISSH . , . lfllizabetili, N. .I .... Gm-eulogy . . . Geology Clulm . . . Baseball. LI'CILl.I'l O. VVICST . . , Maclisou . . . l'lnglisl1 . . . Iiaulgvli YVVCA Cahiuotg Hoofcrsg Russian Cluh: Stuflent, Board. DICAN J, WESTON . . . Baraboo . . . I4ll0r'tr'ir'al EllgIDl'l'l'Illg . . SOPIIOYDUFO I'Ion0i'sg AIPIIC. NANCY WICTZIGL . . . Milwaukm- . . . S01-ondary I'lllllf'2ltIOI1 , . . Carcliiialz G11-ek Week, Puhlivitiy Chairmaug Panliollvuic Rall: PGI'- souuol R0ardofWisco11sin Studi-ut Association . . . Delta Dulta Dvlta, Rushing Chairman. RICHARD WALTER WHALLICY . . . Marlisou . . . Pll2il'lll2lK'y . . Rho Chi . . . Kappa Psi. ALLEN RIIRTON WHEELER . . . Hillsboro . . . Ge-eulogy . . . Phi Eta Sigmag Sopl10111o1'v Honors . . . Goology Cluh . . . Crew. ljI'Gl'lNl'l VVHITIC . . . INIIIXVHKIIQPQ . . . liaclivloi' f1fSr'ie-11c'v . . . Phi Sigma D4-lta. VVILLA M,-XRII-I VVIDICRISORG . . . W'auwatosa . . . S0l'01lilll1'V I'lCIllC'2LtI0ll , . . Huiuorologyg Wiutvi' Carnival . . . Kappa Alpha Thvtzi, Rushing Cl1ai1'1r1a11. .ILDITH ANN VVlI'lDI'lNlilQCK . . . Maflisou . . . C0l'l'l'l'lIU11i1l Aul- uiiuistratioii . . . Rosary Collc-ge . . . I'llltPI'I12LIIll'l'7S Guild: Ivllllbll Music' Coiuiuittcv . . . Theta Phi Alpha. JOHN .IAY VVIGI'l'1'M.XN . . . Milwauks-11 . . . Spw-r-h. PA'I'RIC'lA ANNIC VVILBVR . . . Waukvsha . . . I'lI'l'll1'll and Spanish . . . l'ita Kappa I.amhcla . . . cll12lfll70lll'Il0 Hall. Pre-sitlviiti Spanish Cluhg FI'Ullf'll Cluhg Campus Chvstg Hiiiuorology. .IANIQT MARY VVILDl'fMAN . . . hlaclisou . . . Hispanic' Stuilivs . . . Spanisl1-Pm'tuguQss- Cluh . . . Chi OI1ll'gil. MARILYN I". WILLIC . . . Milw:1l1lu'c' . . . ,AllVC'I'lISI1lg . . . fl01'2llll0I flllflllllilll l'llizal1c'tl1 WAYIIIUFS, Vit-1'-P11-siclc-111, I'uit I. JAIVIIGSAW.-XRD WILLIAMS . . . Maflisou . . . Civil I'IlljIllli'1'l'lllQ.f . . . fllll lfpsilou . . . ASCII: VIIIIOIII Tau . . . Psi l'psilou. ICDDMVNIJ PIIILIP IVILLIS . . . Pvmhiun- . . . History . . . Phi lita Sigma .... Nautilus Sovivty . . . lfviiviiig. .ll'DITH MAIC VVILLISTON . . . Grvoii Ray . . . liuglish . . . l'r1i- Vvrsity Syilipliouy f,l'f'Ill'SiI'Il. 441 I 1.5133 3 ", - X 221133 X Z f 1 . - Q aa V ' -V-XT J K i ii 1, ly WERNDLI -- WILLISTON -' T2 K 1. if W1 l ,ji .ffl . 1 I -iii' -.....,, as 'Za 5-, A -MS 3 ff? .75 ii WILSON -1. V S Q ,ga wif J WUTT KEN i lSlC'l"l'Y WILSON . . . W'y:uulutlv, Mivh .... Pliysivul lflmllwzilimi , . . Pi l,:uuhrl:1 'l'hc-in . . . VVAN: Wmiivinls Physivzil lilliimtioii Cluh llOVV.XlilJ WILSON . . . Mzulisou . . . lluiry llllSlJ2ill4ll'y . . . -l-H Cluhg liluc- Shia-lfl Clulm. iXl,Bl'IllT WVlNl'Ifl.Xli . . . livloit . . . 5IIll'liCllIlf.f . . . Marketing Cluhi Sr-:ihhrirrl :mil Bl21Cll'l Camliliaill O1'in-i1t.:1t,imi, Sllll-clllilll'lll2lllQ Mil lixill, Puhlir-ily :uul I'i'u11m1i0iis Cliziirmziug l"i':itc-1'11ily Prvsimli-ut's Couum-il. . an ,X Clianirmaui . . . livtu Tlwtzi Pi, SK'f'I'l'lIll'j' :uul Prc-sillcut. PllYl.l,IS l'IVl'Ilillil, VVINECI.-Xl! , . . lla-loit . . . Hquuf l'lI'OIlOIl1lI:S 2 :.. . . ,, . . . Siginu hlpsiluu Signing Omivrou Nu, PI'K?Slll0IlTQ Phi l psllou Quu- vmii . . . C:u'fliu:1l limml ul' Cmitml. Sl'f'I'0l2ll'yI PITJIHI.l'I0lll0f'0lI1lllf. 'N lll-c'rn':itio11s Cl1z1ii'iu:lu . . . Chi OlI1l'g2l, Rushing flllillflllilll. Ai, "" .lmllfzs iulu. wixsmw . . . Milwxuilwc' . . . isiwiii-101' ol'Sc'ivl.14'0 . . VV Cluh: Wisconsin Crvw PI'llLfl'2lIllS, lfhliloi' . . . Crew: Boxing . . . liuiulnlzi Chi Alplizi. V .INMICS VVll.l.l.XM VVlll'l'll . . . Milwzuilwu . . . l'Im'o11o11iic's . . . llultzi 'llilll llvltu. ...I f ' ' ' NANCY C.XROl,lNlC VVISH . . . Sliulwi' Hviglits, Ohio . , . Politivzil sv . gf -- is Svieiwu . , . Czircliuulg Hmuvcfmiiing, Posh-i' Cliziirmmig Campus C:u'1u- JQ. Q A V WJ " ' 5 vzil, Spvclail live-nts Clizurmzilip :xl'llV1lll'S Bllrm-:111: 770 ffluli. Dm'o1'z1- -il: f ,,....f'. . A Q tions cll1Zill'II12lllQ Stuclc-ut liozirrl .... X lphal lflpsilon Phi. ,k,,fl.xi1-5:7 U Xb Y U 3 ' 5 DONALD ANTHONY VVITAS . . . Milwaullwe . . . Mzu'lu-tiilg . . . 'iz' ' V fl A H gf L lizuulg Murkctiug Clubg Sovic-ty for :XklV2LYll'l'IIl0Ill of lNI1lIlilg'0l111'IllQ 13 ' ' , gk as ' ? KVVL E flIlIlH'I'2l Club. 6 V i X K , g lj l'.Xl'l. PIICRRIC VVl'l'TliOPl" . . . lfniicl ilu liar' . . . lfluglish. PIQGCIY MAIC WOl.l7M.XN . . . lXr'IllW1llllii'l' . . . liiiglisli. ii ill S'l',vXNl,l'IY NI. W'Olll,l'lll . . . Stui'geon Hay . . . liituriuztimizil Kula- A tions . . . Sigma D1-lt:i Pi . . . lI1fUl'IlIilllHl2ll Cluh: SIJ2iIl1Sl1-P0l'lllP,fllK'Sl W Cluh. Vx if 6' C.vXlll,l'ITON WAYNIC VVOOIJ . , . Maulismi . . . :NQ,'l'lL'llllllI'l' .- . . Szidcllm- :lull Sirloin Cluhg VVism'm1Sii1 Cfuiiitry MtlgilZlllK'. ClI'f'lllilll0llP M:u1:1gv1'. JOHN l5.X'l'l'lS WOOD . . . lluytoii, Ohio . . . Soils . . . Chi Psi. MAllG.vXlilC'l' .XNNIC VVOOD . . . Clixitlizuu, N. J. . llauir-v . Pi l,:i11ihcl:1.Tlim-tai . . . lmziguv of Wumvu Votvrsg fJI'l'll0SlHQ Pzuilu-lloiuc' Cliurus . . . Us-ltzi llcltxi Dvltu. lilCll.XlZlJ JOHN VVOOD . . . li:u'im- . . . Bi1f'll0l0l' of Sl'l.0Ill'C . . . Sovioty lm' Aclvailiw-iiic-111 of lNI:111:1g:1-iiwiil: llmillws . . . Phi Guiunm Delta. WATSON BYRNIQS WOOl7lil'l"l" . . . North lfouml ilu lim' . l'lc'o11muic's . . . NROTC llillm- Tc-:un . . . lh-lla Sigma Pi, Vllf0-Pl'0Sl- clout . . . lfoothzill. SHICRWYN lx'I.'XRlllIN WOODS . . . Mmlismi . . . Mc-fliviuv . . . Phi litzi Sigma: Phi Bc-1:1 Kappa: Soplmiiiwv High lluiiurs. IBAICISARN WOlZMHOl'D'l' . . . Musmi City. lowu . . . l'1I1llliSl1 l1llt'l':lT1lI'l'. .ll'lDl'l'll C, Vl'Ol'l.FlC . . . liivvi' lfuiw-st. lll .... liuglisli . . . limlicolt .luuior Collogv . . . YOOP , . . Alplm Phi. Ml'l'Zl MARY Wl'l,li . . . Nclw Lomlmi . . . Musical Vovul l'lllLlI'fl- tion , . . l,:iwi'v1u'v Collc-gr' .... Xlphai O4-lfzi Pi .... V X Cappm-llzi Choir. l5l'll'l' ,-X. VVll'l'TlilCN . . . lVlllW2lllli1'l' . . . -lOlll'llIlllSlll . . . Czuwliuzil C iuw-lulv. 442 F l .IICAX YAGICR . . . Foncl flu Lam' . . . Spw-vli C'o1'i'f-c'tio11 . . . Sigma Kappa Phi . . . Cfarclinalg I'nion Forum C'onunittwg Stumlc-nt Board . . . Alpha lipsilon Phi. ROY YAMAHIRO . . . Madison . . . Psyvhology . . . YMCA, Prvsi- cls-nt, and Ualminot lYIOIl1lDl'I'. .ll'DI'l'H KAY YICHLIC . . . Milwaulwm- . . . lil'C'l'l'2lilOIl . . . .lunior Dolphins: li1'l'I'P2lllOIl Cluh: YWFA. ROHIQRT YOST . . . Nlaclisou . . . Marlwting . . . Markc-ting Clulw . . . Thm-La Dvlta Phi, 'Tl'l'2LSlIl'i'l'. RAYMOND ROBICRT YOIYICLI ,... Lakv Gviiuva . . . Light Iiuilcl- ing . . . Tlm-me Squares: Real listatic- and Light, Ruilcling Association. BARBARA GRIIPIVITH YOVXG . . . l'1l'i'C'IJOI'l, Ill .... Sociology . . . D1-nisou llnivc-rsity . . . Alpha Phi. DONNA H. YOUNG . . . Wmist Allis . . . Sovial Work. JOAN SARAH YOPXGLOVIC . . . Bcrrlin . . . Home l'Ic'onoiuif's l'I1luCation . . , Phi Vpsilon Omivrou, S6'C'l'0tIl.I'y . . . l'l11tl1vi1ir's: AWS. BARBARA JEAN ZABROCKI . . . Madison . . . Spvcch ciOI'I'l'l'llOll . . . Sigma Kappa Phi . . . Chi Omvga. C'HARI.l'lS ALAX ZAHN . . . Milwaukf-0 . . . Baclwloi' ol' Sc'im-nc'c- . . . Young Dvmoc-i'atS: MHA C'anwra Club . . . Sigma Phi Epsilon. DOROTHY ANN ZAHN . . . VVauwatosa . . . Chilcl D1-vc-lopmvnt . . . Phi Ppsilon Omivrou . . . Wvlllll'l' Carnival, Parade i'haii'man: l'I1lOIl Crafts Coininittw- . . . Dvlta Gamma, Pr's-Siclvnt. I'Il'NIC'l'l MAH ZAHN . . . Fond flu Lam' . . . Ovvupational T111-rapy . . . O1'4'upational Tlierapy Clulr, Sf-r'r0t:u'y-'l'r0asl1l'c-1'3 fnion Crafts ClOII1lllilil'Q. .IOHX JOSEPH ZAHN . . . B1-avei' Dam . . . lXfIc-ffhanival liiigiiivm-i'i11g . . . Phi Eta Sigmag Pi Tau Sigma: Tau Bcvta Pi . . . l'lI1giIll'0I'iI1g ICX- position. Chairman Mvc'hanir'al Engineering Exhibits: ASMIC: Poly- gon Board: SAE, Rc-m'o1'mliug S1-c'1'ctaryg Saint Pat's Danve, Chairman. LOPISIC Iil.lZABl'ITH ZAHOVR . . . VVauwatosa . . . Spvvvli Un'- rc-vtion . . . Sigma Kappa Phi .... Xlpha Chi Omega. DOXALD VV. ZAVTCKIC . . . LlC'llIll'lJl1l'g . . . lIlSlII'2llll'C . . . YGOP: Svahhaiwl :incl Blzulvg lIlSllI'21llC'l5 Sovivtyg Provost Corps . . . Fcluving. l'lliGl'INH JOHN ZAVRL , . , Shvlroygan . . . l.L-ttvrs anml Sm-if-m-e . . . Phi Eta Sigmag Sophomors- Honors. DORIS RUTH ZICCHICL . . . Chivago, lll .... Mc-rlival Tc-c-lmology . . . Alpha Delta Theta, Vim--P1'c-sicls-lit . . . Stuclvut Board: Pnion Xvws liurc-au . . . C'hi Omvga, Sc-r'1'v1ai'y. l,Ol'lS Zl-IDXIK . . . Milwaulwe- . . . C'h4-mir-al lingiiwering. NYILLIAM if Zlflili . . . Milwaulivr- . . . Che-mir'al l'll1glIlK'l'l'il1LI, . . . .All19I'lC'llI1SOf'lK'ty Olicll10Illll'2ll l'Ii1gii1w1's. , . Pi Kappa Alpha . . . Travk. .IOYCIC ZI'Il,l,lXGl'IR . . . Phillips . . . llomm- lfvononiic-s . . . Vl'is- c-onsin Sfatv . . . Collvgv at Sic-vous Point. . , . C'ai'clinal. Jl'LIA l'IMll.Y ZKRXZACH . . . Oshkosh . . . S0c'oml:u'y l'Irluf'alion . . . Ifta Sigma Phi: Sf'lll'll0I'SI Orivntatiou .... Xlpha Gamma Ijflliil. 443 YAGER ZERNZACH v. ME, ! 9. if . ,-fy my' .. fi ig gp A Q , at ,ig A . .. . .V I U W? 'ii' ig niz I3 - .. ,,, x --sn CAROLYN IC. ZIICIIM . . . Bvrlin . . . Plnmnzivy . . . Kappa Epsilon . . . VVisConsin PllIll'lllilf'l'lllll'2ll Snr-ivty, Sc-c'1'clt:n1'y: Vnion Crznfts cllllll- inittm' . . . Phi Onwgzz. .IAMICS RAYMOND Zll,l.lQR . . . Milwuukvc- . . . Plizi1'1inu'y. CHARLES IQDW.-XRD ZIMMICIKMANN . . . l-liistisllml , . . Soils :intl .Xg1'o114miy. GRICTIQL RUTH ZIMMICRMANN . . . Wzitortown . . . Or'c'upatioI1:il Thc-rzlpy . . . Oricritzitimmp Film Coininittcw, Sec1'vt:11'y: lYlllVl-'I'Slij' Cll0l'llSI Summer Prom . . . Gnnnnzi Phi Bfltil. DONALD ZIPTICR . . . Wvst Allis . . . lVl21l'lil'l,lllg . . . Rho cJ1'I'lll'l'OIl Tau . . . Nlilwzillkvc Extc-nsion . . . Mzirkelting Club: Hunting :ind Fishing Club: MHA C2lllli'l'21 C'l11l13 MHA Stores Inv., Clniirman of Bozml of IJlI'0Ct01'S. STANLEY A. ZVCKEHM,-KN . . . Brooklyn, N. Y ..... l0llI'llil.llSIll . . C7ardin:il, Summer l'lclitol': Studvntw for llemovmtiff Avtioii. 'wg f A -my . . y Aix A 'xiii . ., Jw i ' nl' W . my W in H 'Lg' X P, . gl Q ,M-fn 5 'KV S ,J - 5 5 my I Jr K A xl' ls ,va A f 3 I ,A I ax ,Q W4 ..k,V This Space Reserved For the Editor and Business Manager to get choked up. Now that the book has gone to press-all 476 pages-we can sit back and take a breather before we make our collective hasty retreat. Before we go we would like to thank with all sincerity those many persons who made thc 1954 BADGER possible. The editorial and business staffs did a wonderful job and all can be justly proud of their contributions. EDITORIAL STAFF SECTION EDITORS University Nancy Steinmetz and Sue Giese Activities Annie Heian and Joyce Anderson Athletics Earl Carrier and John Burpce Living Units Libby Grimmer Seniors Gail Turner PRODUCTION STAFF University: Janet Burns, Nancy Dohr, Sue Rogers, Darlene Paulson. Activ- ities: Nancy Nicolet, Jean Rasmussen, Judy Weiss, Mary Goebel, Dick Hall, Nancy Herrick, Bill Walker, Jim Ramsey, Isabelle Kerr. Living Units: Barb Harris, Margie Goetz, Sue Bennett. Seniors: Nancy Seegers, Lolly Abendroth, Nancy Eckblad, Sue Bartelt, Nancy Emmons. Layout: Evelyn Aderholdt, Nancy Healy, Elizabeth Mattox, Marianne Baird. OHice: Dave Skvvire, Mitzi Arnold, Martha Brooks, Barb Bagnall, Audrey Nilles, Marcia Hastreiter, Gayle Grelle, Jean Brandenburg. WALT DIT ZEN: A real thanks to Walt for his wonderful Fan Fare cartoon which gave a tremendous boost to the new Athletics section. It was a lot of work, VValt, and we really appreciate it. 446 SPECIAL THANKS TO : Ann McElrath, Senior picture receptionist. Mrs. Min Boden and Aldo Provenzano, Senior picture representative and pho- tographer from Delma Studios. Captain Baker, for his assistance in planning the Military Section. Art Lentz and Bonnie Ryan of the Sports News Service for their cooperation on the Athletic section. Mrs. Robert Taylor of the Memorial Union Theater for assistance on the Arts section. The Photo Lab, Gary Schultz, and Miss Effie Appleby. George Richards of the Wisconsin Alumnus. BUSINESS STAFF Sales: Sam Reynolds, sales manager, Don Peterson, assistant sales manager, and all the BADGER salesmen. Advertising: Don Mueller, advertising manager, Joan Nason, and Bill Rayne. Publicity and Promotions: Al Gay, director, Bill Berg, Lary Elliott, Dave Caswell. PRODUCTION REPRESENTATIVES Rogers Printing C'o.AMr. John A. C'ulley and Mr. Oliver Rogers. Brock Engraving Co.-Mr. Eldred Olson. 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E3 USERS PIQII NTIIENIG CQIMIIPAENW DIXON, ILLINOIS ik CHICAGO, ILLINOIS 307FirstStreet 919N.lVlicliigan Avenue Advertisers? Index Allen Bradley Company ............ Allis Clhalniers Manufacturing C'o. . . Cf XY. Anderes Clornpany ........ . Black Photo Service ....,....... Brock and Rankin ............ Brock Engraving C'o. .......... . BroWn's Book Store, Inc. ....... . Vornell Paperboard Products Fo. . . . Delnia Studios .................. Farmers Mutual Insurance Vo. , , . Kohler Coinpany ............... Ladish ClODlD9.IJY ............. Le Roi Company ............. Harry S. Manchester, Inc. ........ . Milwaukee Brewers' Association ...,. . National Guardian Life Insurance Fo. Ray-O-Vac clO1l1D2lI1y ............... W. J. Rcndall's ....,.............. Rennebohrn Drug Store, Inc ..... Rogers Printing Coinpany ..,.. S. K. Smith Company .............. The University Fo-op ............... Wisconsin Power and Light VOIIIDIIIIB' V' O K Y lVIonona Broadcasting Vo. . 470 462 474 466 472 .,. 450 474 474 452 472 454 456 464 468 458 474 460 470 472 448 466 468 470 472 Picture Credits Agricultural Extension Fritz Albert Delongls Studios Bob Hssock Duanne Hopp Milt Leidner Illinois Illio Los Angeles Tiines Milwaukee Journal Minneapolis Star Tribune Dave Nieniann Northwestern Syllabus Toni Pinney Bob Scheer Gary Schulz UCLA Southern Vanipus Arthur Vinje Wisconsin Alumnus lYisconsin State Journal 440 f-Hx 1' iw ' J 30,1-fiiiirggig an . ' i , ,?m,.J N ,yr-. . V Q X' 24, ri , sf." mg Q , 'if wa, " . wi . 5 M 'WA Ng' , 'V ,g .- . 3 f .., in L. ,W P W M5 X W3 Aww .Z an R gk ww . Km "W, ff fww.. ,JM sf- ,M e19 -X Capella Choir ,,A,,A,,,A ,,,,,,,,,,,A,,,, Agricultural Extension ,,..,.R. ,...., Ag Student Council ,...., A1ChE , ,,,,,A,,,,,,,, AI EE ,,,,, , ,, ,,.,,,7,,,,,, Airforce ROTC ,,,,, .,,,,,, , Alpha Chi Sigma ,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,, Alpha Delta Theta ,,,,..,.,, N Alpha Kappa Psi ,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,, Alpha Phi Omega ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,..,,,, ,,,, Alpha Zeta ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,.,,,,, ,,., , .. Organizations Index 141 37 38 62 67 194 81 176 42 93 47 Alumni Research Foundation ,,,,,, 32 American Foundrymen's Society 68 Army ROIC ,,,, ,,,,,,,,s,, , , , ,,,,,,,,,,, 192 Arnold Air Society ,,,,,,,, . 196 ASAE , ,, ,,,,,,,,, , ,.,,,, W 65 ASCE VV .,,,, ,,,,,,.,, ,,,,,.., . . ,,,, , , 61 ASME V V V .,,,,,,, ,....,,,,,1,,, , , 64 Athletic Department I ., ,,,,, , AVVS VV , ,,,.,,, ,,,,,., ,. I 204 109 AWS Co-eds VN eek ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , 344 Babcock Dairy Science Club, ,,,, 44 Badger ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,sYYYYYYY,,YYY, ,,,,,,, 1 5 5 Badger Beauties ,,,,,,, ,,,,-.i ,,,,,i,,,,, , , 165 Badger Block ..,,,,,.t,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,, 1 12 Badger Board ,,,,, ,,,,,,,, ,,Y,,Y , , 159 Baptist Student Center ,,,,,,,.t,,,t ,,,t 1 88 Baseball ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , , 2,234 Basketball ,,,,,,,t,,,, ,,,,,,,,, ,,,,, , , 220 Beta Alpha Psi ,,,, , ,, 48 Beta Gamma Sigma ,,., , 52 Blue Shield ,,,. , , 41 B'nai B'rith ...,, ,,,,,, ,185 Board of Visitors ,,,,,, ,,,,,,, 2 2 Board of Regents ,,,, ,,,, , , 21 Boxing ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , ,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,, , ,228 Calvary Lutheran St. Center V H182 Campus Carnival tt,,,, Y ttttt,,,,,, N11-l Campus Chest ,,,,,,,,,,., ,, ,,,,, H111 Cardinal ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , ,,,,,,,,, , , ,,,,, M160 Chi Epsilon , ,.,,,, ,,,,,,,,, ,,,,, 6 5 Christian Science Organization M189 Commerce School ,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,, , 46 Coronto H ,,,,,,,.t,t,, ,,tt,,, , ,,,,,,,,, 7 7 Crew ,,,,,, ,,,,,,, , , 236 Crucible ,, ,, M1346 Dean Troxell ,,,,,,,,, , ,A 30 Dean Zillman ,,,, ,YYYYYYY 3 1 Dorms ,.,,,,,,..... , ,,,, ,,,,,, , , 241 Badger Club ,,,, ,,,,, ,,,,,, , , ,242 Barnard Hall ,,,, ,,,,,, , , 243 Chadbourne Hall ,,,,, , ,,,,,,,,,, 244 Elizabeth Waters tt,t,,t ,,,i . MHA Committees , Bierman house . ,,,, , Gavin house ,,,,,,,,,,, .U Goldberg house ,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,, Luedke house V VV ,, Bashford house ,,,,, ,, ,, Botkin house ,,,, ,,,,,,, , , Chamberlin house ,,,,, ,,,,,, , Conover house ,, L Fallows house ,,,,,, , ,,,, , Faville house , ,,,,,, ,, N Frankenburger house Gilman house , ,,,,,, I Gregory house ,,,.,,,,, ,. High house ,,,, ,,,, , Mack house ,W Noves house , I, W Oschner house I , , Richardson house ,,,, I Showerman house ,,,,, ,,,, , Siebecker house V, . ,, Spooner house . Swenson house H ,, , Tarrant house , , , , Turner house Vilas house VVinslow house V , Education School , ,, ,,,,, ,V , Eta Kappa Lambda , ,,,,,,,, , Eta Kappa Nu , ,,,,, , 246 251 2,258 ,,.i,.,258 259 259 260 260 261 261 262 262 263 263 264 264 266 266 267 267 268 268 269 269 270 270 271 271 54 177 66 Euthcnics , 43 Extension , 69 Fan Fare 202 Fencing ., W ,v,, ,,,,,,, 2 25 FFA ,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,, , ,,,,,, 4 2 Finance Society ,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,, ,,,,, , 4 6 Food Technology Club ,,,,,, N V, 43 Fraternity Buyers Co-op 176 Fraternities Acacia ,, , , ,.,,,,, ,,,,,,,,, , 294 Alpha Chi Rho ,,,,,,i 295 Alpha Delta Phi ,,,,,, 296 Alpha Epsilon Pi ,,,,,,,, 297 Alpha Gamma Rho ,,,,, 298 Alpha Sigma Phi ,,,.,,, 299 Alpha Tau Omega ,,,,,, 300 Beta Theta Pi 301 Chi Phi ,,,, ,,,,,,,,,, , , 302 Chi Psi , ,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,, 3 03 Delta Sigma Pi , ,t,, 304 Delta Tau Delta ,,,,,,,,,, ..,,,, ,,,, 3 0 5 Delta Theta Sigma ,, ,, L , 306 Delta Upsilon ,,,,,,,,..,Y,, 307 Kappa Sigma ,,,,,,,.,,,,, ,,,, , 308 Lambda Chi Alpha ,,,,,,, ,,,,,,, 3 09 Phi Delta Theta ,,,.,,, ,,,,,,, 3 10 Phi Epsilon Pi ,,,,.....,, .,,, 3 11 Phi Gamma Delta ,,.,, 312 Phi Kappa , W ,,,,,, ,. ,,,,,, VVV3l3 Phi Kappa Sigma ,,,., 314 Phi Sigma Delta , ,,,,. .315 Phi Sigma Kappa ,,,., 316 Pi Kappa Alpha ,,,,,,,,, 317 Pi Lambda Phi ,,,, ,,., 3 18 Psi Upsilon ,,,, W ,V ,.., , ,,,,, V 319 Sigma Alpha Epsilon 320 Sigma Chi ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 321 Sigma Nu ,,,,,.,,, ,,,,.. ,,,, 3 2 2 Sigma Phi ,,,, ,,,,,,,,, 3 23 Sigma Phi Epsilon 324 Tau Kappa Epsilon ,,,,, ,,,,., 3 25 Theta Delta Chi ,,,, . 326 Triangle ,...........,,,,.,,. 328 Zeta Beta Tau 329 Gamma Eta Gamma ,,,,, ,, 98 Golf .,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,, ,,,,,,,. V . 238 Graduate Nurses ,,,, VV 87 Graduate School ,HV 53 Greek Week ,,i,,,,. 129 Gymnastics ,,,,,,,, 224 Haresfoot. ,,., ....i.... Homecoming ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Home Economics Humorology ,,,,,,,,i ,, ,WLI18 n,,,,,130 36 L,.,,124 IF Council .,..,,,,,,,,,,,.,,..... ,,,,,., 2 92 Illinois Game ,,,., 2 ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,..,, 2 16 Insurance Society ,,,,,,......,,,, ,,,,,,, 4 9 Inter-Varsity Fellowship 189 Intramurals ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 239 Iowa Game ,.,.,..,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,, 2 1 4 IRE , ,,,,,,,. ,,i,,,,,,,, V V .V 67 Iron Cross ..., . ,, 347 Independent Houses Ann Emery L ,, V , 332 Babcock house . ,,,, 338 Cockrane house V 338 Groves Co-op ,, 339 Hampton house ,,,, 339 Lake Lawn ,,,,,,,, 340 Lakota house H , VV VVVV334 Langdon Hall , 333 Langdon Manor , 340 Lincoln Lodge 341 Norris Hall 341 Nurses Dorm ,, 342 Racine house I 342 Tabard Inn ,,,,, 343 Tower View ,,,, 335 Victoria house V 336 Villa Maria 337 Kappa Epsilon ,, , 89 Kappa Eta Kappa 63 Kappa Psi ,, ,, 90 L at s ss.,uuus 2a22aa....22 agaaa. 7 4 Law School .,,,....,,,,, ,,..f a .ff------- ----f- 9 6 Legislative Council VVV.......-Y"'---,-,V-' 107 Library V ,,,,,. ,,.,,,,,, V ffffff-----f-----A--,-,-- 1 00 Lutheran Student Association ,.,,., 183 Mace ,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,. V VV V V - ---- 1348 Marquette Game ,ttt,, rrfffiifa 2 U9 Medichoir ...,,,,.,,,,, V V- -VV14ff Med School ,,,..,.., --------- 3 D Menls Chorus ,,,,,, V fffffag 144 Men's Dolphins ,.,,, V rfrii VVV179 Military Ball ,...,,,,,, fafffffff 1 22 Mitchell Airmen ii.VV 7777V7--- 1 99 Mortar Board ,,,,, VV V f,-, VVV349 Naval ROTC .2222222, VYYYYVV V V- ----- 95 Northwestern Game iiiir, 77V7-V,V' 2 13 Nu Sigma Nu ,..v.,,,, 94 Ohio State Game ,, ., 212 Omicron Nu ,ifrfffffr ffff-- 4 4 Pan Hel Ball 222222,22,,.. ------f-- 1 27 Penn State Game ,,,,, ,',,,,., 208 Pershing Rifles ,,,,,,,. ,,,,,,..,198 7 Phi Alpha Delta H V V VV Q8 Phi Beta ,,,,,,,,,,,,.fv,,, ---------- 7 3 Phi Beta Kappa V .,,,, .V7.- V V352 Phi Chi ,,,,,,, ,.i,,vVi,i ---,f- 9 4 viii chi Theta .,aau. V VV 50 Phi Delta Phi t...,,,,,,7 ---f,- 9 7 Phi Eta Sigma ,,,,..,,,,,,,... .f-f,f,,, 3 50 Phi Upsilon Omicrou Yffr VV VV 39 Phv. Ed, Club fffi. V f.,,,1 --'--f'-ff 1 78 Physical Therapy V V. VV 81 Pi Tau Sigma ,,,,.V7V,7 fffff- 6 6 Polygon Board ,,,, V ,,ff-f 60 Press House ,,,,,. V VV ------ VVV184 Professional PanHel ,,,,,, -ff-f- 7 6 Prom ,,..,, ,,,,,,,,,,,, .iiff V V V ------1- 134 Provost Corps ,,,,,, 199 Purdue Game ,,,,,,,, 211 R110 chi oooo.saas vaaa sssass 9 1 Saddle and Sirloin 40 Senior Council ,,,,,,,,, 354 Scabbard 81 Blade 197 Sigma Alpha 101121 Y.fffff -- f- 79 Sigma Delta Chi ,,,, ,.,,,, 3 2 Sigma Epsilon Sigma .,i.V7V .arrrrrf 3 53 Sigma Kappa Phi ,,,,,,. VV 8- Soc. Advancement Management, 51 St, Francis House t2,,,Vff,,f7ff VV ---,f 186 Student Court ..,,,,,, 108 Student Senate ,,,,, V106 Student Services VV 28 Summer School ,,,,, 103 Swimming .,,,.,, VVV ' 227 Tau Beta Pi ,,,,,,,i 67 Tennis ,,,,,,,,.,, V fff,, 233 Theta Sigma Phi ,,,7V V --f--f 80 Theta Tau ,,,.,,,,, V f,1..,,,,, V - 63 Three Squares Club 188 Track VVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVf--- ----- - - 233 United Student Fellowship ,,,,,, 187 l'niversity Religious Council 190 University Symphony Orchestra 142 Varsity Rifle Team VV VVVVVV193 Vice-presidents .V.VVV.V VVVV f 23 XVe5ley Foundation VVV.VV..VVV. V VVVVV 137 XYisconsin Alumni Assn, W, 26 VVisconsin Country Magazine 162 VVisconsin Engineer ,,,,,,.,..,,,,,,,. ,, 163 VVisconsin Forensic Union ,,,, ,-,,, 114 VVisconsin Foundation , ,,VV Z4 XVisconsin Pharmaceutical Soc. 92 VVOHICIIYS Chorus V VV VVVVVVVV V VVVVVV 141 1Vomen's Dolphins 119 YGOP VVVVV VV 175 YMCA ,,,,,, 130 YXVCA 196 251 N I DELMA STUDIOS 521 Fifth Ave. New York, N. Y. OUR OFFICIAL YEARBOOK PHOTOGRAPHER Main Office and L b t y 9 W. 20 bt NEVN YORK 11 N I T VS A 9 1880 A Aagaard, R. 170, 356 Abai, A. 271 Abendroth, L. 276 Abraham, D. 356 Abrabamson, C. 287 Abrahamson, G. 268 Abrens, C. 258 Acierto, C. 320 Ackerman, S. 188 Adams, C. 356 Adamson, G, 175, 292, 337 Adamson, W. 356 Aderholdt, E. 245 Adleman, S. 339 Adler, M. 282 Adolfson, L. 69, 70 Adsif, 303 Afdahl, H. 265, 356 Ahrens, H. 316, 356 Akin, G. 265, 356 Allan, E. 279 Albers, K. 286 Albert, A. 356 Alberts, H. 260, 320 Albrecht, R. 188 Albright, A. 278, 356 Aleff, J. 261 Alexander, A. 42, 306, 323, 356 Alexander, J. 287, 293 Alfrey, L. 326 Allison, R. 187, 188 Allen, D. 81 Allen, M. 244, 279, 333, Allen, P. 188 Alter, H. 340 Alter, M. 387 Altenhern, A. 280 Altenbern, E. 356 Altegott, H. 247 Altschuler, I. 340 Ambrose, R. 338 Ambrose, S. 303 Ameche, A. 210 356 Ammentorp, D. 305, 356 Ammentorp, W. 305 Amos, R. 198 Amundsen, N. 213 Amundson, L. 248 Anderson . 269 Anderson, . awk 287 Anderson, . 32, 276, 290 248 99 Anderson, Anderson, . 179, 274, 289, 290 595 IPS' 33. 8.5. rnrn'QIrnrn wg,-f-vw UZJI-4U1Vl OO CO FFEP? '-a N ,- jg-xgX.P.3Q ,QB Q rs?-8 tudent Index August ine, L. 257, 263 Aust, H. 357 Aust, M. 187 Ausman, D. 335 Ausman, S. 315 Austin, K. 247 Austin, S. 260 Autonoff, S. 335 Avs, R. 170 Awe, R. 67, 264, 357 Axel. B. 297 Axley, F. 70, 290 Axnick, N. 268, 357 Ayers, S. 94 Ayers, VV. 94 B Babin, J. 335 Bahler, C. 248 Bahosh, A. 336 Bach, C. 67 Bachhuber, W. 270 Bacllman, K. 306 Bachmann, B. 318 Back, S. 336 Backman. B. 98 Badura, B. 268 Badura, R. 220 Baeb, D. 262 Baeh, J. 248 Baer, B. 247 Baertsch, L. 94 Bagnall, B. 189, 217, 283 Bahler, H. 187 Bailey, D. 94 Bailey, H. 285 Bailie. C, 68 Baird, M. 288 Baker. A. 62 Baker, D. 77, 94, 287, 357 Baker, E. 271 Baker, I. 187, 190 Baker, K. 278, 334 Baker. M. 248 Baker, N. 283 Baker, P. 288 Baker. R. 296 Bakke, B. 248 Balaban, H. 297. 357 Baldovin, D. 271 Baldwin, C. 320 Baldwin, H. 198, 262 Baldwin, 1. L. 21. 24 Baldwin, R. 247. 271, 35 Baldwin, S. 288 Balls, T. 42, 65. 187, 358 89 245 257, 263, 267, 269, Anderson, M. 183, 261, 356 Anderson, N. 243, 283 Anderson, Prof. 36 Anderson, R. 232, 261, 66, 67, 270, 268 263, ssc, 64, 301, Anderson, S. 76, 89, 91, 92, 177, 356 Anderson. T. 301, 356 Andreis, H, 262, 356 Andrews, G. 189 Andrews, M. 287, 356 Andringa, C. 321 Andringa, N. 247 Angelbeck, R. 270 Angliker, M. 189, 248, Annen, J. 313 Ansorge, E. 266 Antes, M. 357 Anthony, M. 43 Antoine, M. 291 Apker, D. 82, 268 Appel, W. 315 Appel, T. 30, 247 357 Arakaki, D. 186, 188, 357 Aranott, R. 335 Archenholo, S. 341 Archer, I. 287 Archibald, Col. 196 Achie, N. 289, 357 Ardelt, C. 199, 357 Ardelt, J. 357 Arendt, C. 322 Arenz, D. 198 Arihood, W. 302 Armaganian, B. 244 Armin, M. 297 Armstrong, A. 357 Arn, D. 42 Arndt, J. 317, 357 Arneson, O. 94 Arneson, Dr. 21 Arnold, M. 286 Arnold, R. 245 Arnold, S. 333 Artsen, A. 357 Arthur, A. 243 Ashourne, T. 326 Aschenhrenner, J. 94, 2 Asehenbrenner, T. 357 Ascher, N. 340 Aschinger, J. 78, 357 Ashman, N. 282 Askeland. A. 301 Aspinwall, 325, 357 Asprey, Maior 196 Atkins, I. 340 Atkins, V. 339 Atkinson, L. 82, 357 Attiga, A. 263 Attoe, C. 178, 179 Attoe, L. 187 Atwood, VV. 94, 263 Auffant, M. 290 Auffant, Y. 290, 333 Augustin, B. 262 76, 357 Ball, K. 289 Ball, N. 248, 278 Ballantyne. C. 285 Balzer. J. 259 Bammel, B. 246 Banaszak, L. 81, 266 Bancroft, J. 267 Bangs, M. 259 Banker, R. 296 Baran, J. 81 Barbian, R. 234 Barchus. L. 44, 358 Barck, P. 63 Barcome, D. 86 Bard. G. 62, 81 Bard, N. 340 Bardeen, D. 43, 248, 358 Bardeen, T. 282 Barden, R. 338 Bardsley, G. 340, 358 Bargans, D. 190 Bargholtz, A. 284 Bargholtz, S. 259 Barich. R. 268, 358 Bark, L. 283 Barker, I. 316 Barkhalln, E. 258. 358 Barnes. T. 247 Barness, D. 271 Barnett. M, 81 Barnum. C. 265, 303 Baron. M. 261 Barr, M. 248, 284 Barranfl. G. 244 Barret, L. 218 Barrington, B. 263. 358 Barron, M. 240. 290 Barry. G. 269 Bartell, R. 270 Bartels, 1. A. 358 Bartelt, S. 333 Barth, 329, 358 Barthenheier, F. 68. 327 Bartholf, C. 67, 262, 358 Barthowick, D. 226 Bartholomew, D. 358 Bartholomew, R. 271, 312 Bartingale, I. 262 Bartkowiak, D. 327 Barton, M. 282 Barton. N. 260 Bartsch. G. 271 Bartz, K. 269 Bartz. R. 298, 358 Bashford, N. 290 Bass, B. 82, 339, 358 Basseler, J. 313 Bassett, B. 245 Bassett, N. 288. 358 Basseuner, D. 358 Basten, B. 302 Bastianelli, L. 247 Batchelor, 1. 248 Bates, M, I. 358 Bathke, D. 305, 358 Bathke, E. 270 Battles, J. 270 Baurlcr, G. 292, 309 Bauer, F. 304 Bauer, H. 199, 262 Bauer, T. 176, 358 Bauglm, J. 187 Baum, D. 179, 227 Baum, J. 270 Baumann, A. 307 Baumann, B. 307 Baumann, F. 81 Baumann, H Baumann, P. Baumback, C. 176, 268 Baumblatt, G. 358 Baumeister, J. 188 Baumgaertner, R. 262 Baumgartner, J. 267 Baumgartner, M. 282 Baver, D. 312 Baxanclall, L. 260, 305 Baxter, R. 260 Bay, D. 188 Bayard, R. 179 Bayens, H. 294 Bayles, K. 244 Beach, M. 177, 244, 358 Beach, llrs. 43 Beach, T. 358 Beader, D. 312 Beadle, D. 359 Beamish, J. 82, 276, 359 Beard, J. 271 Beardsley, T. 261 Beattie, VV. 359 Beatty, M. 188 Beaumont, J. 184 Beavin. B. 188 Beck, B. 81 Beck, D. 80, 287 Beck, 93, 286, 359 Beck, P. 265, 324 Becker, B. 179 Becker, H, 185 Becker, J. 56, 248, 268, Becker, NI. 333 Becker, S. 334 Becker, W. 359 Beckman, B. 338 Beckman, R. 199, 359 Beduhn, I. 280 Beede, D. 270 Beelen, J. 282 Beeman, A. 261 Been, J, 321, 359 Beers, P. 359 Beese, R. 43, 258 Beglinger, G. 283 Begun, H. 329 Beliar, S. 232 Behling, B. 258 Behlin. B. 282 Behr, R. 185, 318, 359 Behrend, I. 270, 326 Behrens, A. 263 Behrens, J. 246 Beier, A. 247 Beier, E. 268 Beischel, S. 247 Beissner, K. 94 Bekkedal, M. 248 Belinger, G. 248 Bell, B. 294 Bell, G. 178, 179 Bell, I. 78, 186, 244, 359 Bell, M. 288, 359 Bell, V. 282 Bell, W. 80, 334 Bellerue, N. 263 Bellville, M. 184 Belsche, C. 186, 359 Belter, E. 296 Belzer, D. 261, 327 Bemrick, R. 94 Bender, L. 79, 243 Bendix, O. 263 Benedict, T. 66, 67 Benish, J. 286 Benishek, P. 359 Benjamin, 82. 83, 245 Benclkis. G. 303 Benner. M. 78 Bennett, H. 359 Bennett, ff. 267 Bennett. P. 296 Bennett, S. 281 Bennett, T. 232 Bensman, S. 246 Benson, D. 305, 359 Benson, ltfl. 246 Benson, S. 83. 289 Benson, T. 187 Bentrup, B. 43 Benzies, S. 288. 359 Berend, B. 265. 321 Bentzin, C. 359 Berens, D. 327 Berndt. E. 361 Berg, B. 327 Berg, R. 296 Bergauer, J. 328 Berge, J. 24 Berge, M. 359 Berge, R. 94 Berger, R. 81 . 269 326 Berger, T. 66, 67, 268. 359 Berglund, 1. 310, 359 Bergman, I. 310 Bergman, P. 89, 92 Bergman, R. 312 Bergstrom, R. 312 Bergmann, C. 361 Bergmann. P. 258 Bergtold, J. 361 Berke, C. 318 QQW KOHLER PLUMBING FIXTURES Kohler fixtures and Fittings will odd to your home the value of recognized first quality at no extra cost. Made in ci wide range of styles and sizes, they are practical for any space or budget. First Quality and Value The Cosmopolitan bath and Hampton lavatory are of rigid cast iron, coated with lustrous, glass-like Kohler enamel. Chro- mium plated fittings are made expressly for the Fixtures and match in style and quality. Consult your Kohler dealer. KCHLERQF KQHLER Brune, Berlin, C. 82 Berman, D. 311 Berman, M. 291 Berman, N. 62. 209 Berman, R. 277. 361 Bernard, B. 43 Bernd, J. 307 Berndt, E. 361 Berndt, G. 361 Berndt, J. 228 Berndt, M. 267 Bernhard, D. 179. 261 Bernhard, J- 318 Bernhardt, R. 261 Bernstein, L. 318 Bernstein, M. 361 Berres, G. 361 Berry Berres, J. 179 333 Berry, B. 186. Berry, D. 361 Berry, J. 285 Berry , K. zss , R. 90, 91, 92, 361 Berryhill, J. 312 Berson, R. 315 Best, R. 218, 232 Besteman. R- 267 Bestro, G. 262 Bestor, R. 227, 240 Bessart, B. 270 Bethard, J. 248 Beverly, W. 261 Bewitz, B. 32. 276. 361 Bewitz, M. 276 Beyer, I. 78, 247 Biddick, H. 244 Biddick, R. 187 Bierkman. D- 187 Bigley, G. 56, 361 Biles, R. 63 Billings, J. 94 Bills, E. 269 Binhammer, R. 182 Binning, J- 65. 246. 269. 361 Binzel, M. 361 Birdsall, I. 43, 338 Birkeland, A. 327 Birkett, A. 189 Birnbaum, M. 266. 315 Birney, J. 267 Biro, A. 361 Bischoff, R. 305, 361 Bittner, S. 177 Bixby, S. 361 Bjelde, M. 278 Bjerke, J. 261 Bjoraker. W. 42 Bjorquist, J- 243 Black, B. 246 Black, C. 286 Black, D. 297 Black, F- 98. 361 Blackledge, E. 295 Blackman, A. 261 Blackmer, C. 361 Blades, G. 282 Bladholm, B. 333 Bladt, 305 Blaim, M. 273. 361 Blake, S. 361 Blanding, H. 304 Blank, D- 187 Blanksyein, M- 297 Blaschke, R. 305 Blatt, B. 361 Blattner, T. 329 Bleek, B. 362 Bleek, G. 309 Bliss, G. 198 Blitz, H. 278 Blitzstein, I. 265, 297 Block, L. 90. 92 Block, L, sez Block, R. 302, 339 Blom' 111181322 oom, . Bloxdorf, C. 179, 248, 273. 293 Bloxdorf, 317 Bluebaugh, 1- 226 Blucker, R. 317. 362 Blue, R. 319 Blumke, C. D. 266 Blum, A. 297 mum, G. 265, 362 Blum, J. 98 Blum, S. 325 Blum. T. 297 Blume, G. 301 Blumenstock, D. 80, 179 Blumer, N. 280 Blumer. S. 89, 92, 362 Blunt, D, 268 Boardman, G. 362 Bockman, J. 289 Beckman, R. 187 Bodeau, R. 199, 320. 362 Bodin, J. 285 Bodrow, J. 339 Boehel, N. 362 Boeck, B. 188 Boeder, E. 362 Boehnlein, J. 198 Boehrer, P. 86 Boeker, R. 283 Boelter, D. 263 Boernke, 89, 92, 247 Boerke, R. 303 Boesch, J. 284, 362 Boessel, B. 282 Boettcher, B. 188 Boettcher, W. 264 Boettner. J. 282. 362 Bogart, L. 336 Bogue, B. 305 Bohl, H. 270, 362 Bohm, P. 258 Bohmrich, I. 304 Bohn, VV. 65, 298, 362 Boies. W. 303 Bokros, I. 68, 362 Boland, J. 271 Boldon, D. 310 Bolgrien, B. 311 Bolin, R. 267 Bolstad, J. 313 Bolle, G. 279 Bolte, V. 258 Bolton, M. 247 Bolz, C. 259 Bond, B. 261 Bond, ,l. 76 Bond, M. 188 Bond, R. 66 Bond, VV. 302 Bonders, G. 63 Bonn, M. 277 Booher, M. 212 Bookstaff, M. 82, 362 Boomsliter, R. 67, 270 Booth, G. 187 Bopf. B. 184 Borchardt, E. 80, 182, 246, 36 Borgwardt, D. 244 Borland, R. 362 Born, F. 94, 305 Bornstein, L. 315 Bornstein, M. 318 Borree, L. 247 Borsack, P. 44, 244, 362 Borsecnik, A. 271 Bosch, S. 248, 279, 293 Boscher, D. 265 Bossart, J. 270 Botham, J. 83, 289 Boubonis, E. 24 Bouffard, L. 319 Boulfard, R. 262 Bouma, F. 263, 362 Bourcier, G. 60, 68. 309 Bowen, J. 260, 362 Bowlby, 246, 286 Bowman, H. 310 Bowman, M. 279 Bowman, V. 283, 362 Boxer, L. 340 Boyce, B. 282 Boyce, H. 304 Boyd, B. 280 Boyd, D. 265 Boyd, I. 180, 187 Boyd. T. 302 Boyes, VV. 64 Boyle, D. 320 Boyle, V. 258 Boyson, V. 278 Boysen, VV. 303 Bozeman, R. 197 Braatz, J. 182 Brabender, J. 287. 334 Bracegirdle, R. 296 Bracken, T. 96 Bradburn. B. 284, 340 Brader, T. 301 BraFf, H. 311 Brafman, S. 318 Bragg, L. 188 Brainerd, L. 199, 244, 290 Bramhill, A. 310 Branberg, R. 80 Brand, F. 267 Brand, N. 271 Brandel, B. 184, 267 Brandenburg, 1. 287, 327 Brandley. J. 289 Brandt, C. 325 Brandt, CMrs.1 G. 308 Brandt, M. 325 Brandt, P. 325 Brandt, VV. 270 Branndtjen, R. 300 Branks, J. 258 Branton, D. 262 Bratland, G. 264 Bratt, C. 213 Braun, M. 281 Braunsrzhweig, R. 244, 304 Bray, T. 66, 67 Brazelton. F. 261, 305 Brecke, S. 244 Breene, B. 338 Bergman. S. 335 Brehm, B. 321 Brehn, H. 267 Breitenbach, B. 326 Brekke, R. 292, 326 Brembeck. VV. 174 Bremer, E. 68, 326 Bremer, ,l. 96 Brener, R. 328 Brenk, B. 286 Brennan, 56. 292, 327 Brennan, VV. 268, 304 Brenner, A. 315 Brenner, M. 277 Brenzel, B. 247 Brereton, P. 261 Bretting, A. 248. 281 Brewster. J- 96, 260 Breyer, K, 267 Bridge, K. 261 Bridgeman, ,l. 303 Bridges, B. 312 Brill. C. 98 Brillhart, A. 36, 188 Brilliot, R. 190. 312 Brink, D. 308 Brinkman, E. 270 Brinkman, L. 260 Brisbin, R. 94 Brissee, VV. 176 Brockett, D. 3.13 Brockman, T. 304 Brockmann, R. 261. 327 Brockway, G. 244 Brody, E. 315 Brom, J. 265 Broman, V. 44 Brooks, A. 186 Brooks, 1. 267 Brooks, M. 276 2 Browarsky, E. 277, 341 Brower, D. 271 Brown, B. 262, 282 Brown, C. 301 Brown, D. 326 Brown, G. 187 Brown, J. 184, 188, 262, 383 Brown, K. 244 Brown, L. 248, 270, 363 Brown, M. 271 Brown, P. 244, 289 Brown, R. 198, 247 Bruck. D. 263 Bruck. P. 248 Bruder, R. 174, 197, 301 Bruger, S. 96 Bruley, D. 264 H. 98 Brunkow, VV. 261 Brunmeier, H. 62 Brunner, R. 287 Brunsell. B. 276 Brunsell, N. 247 Brushert, N. 245, 281 Bruskiewicz, G. 198 Brusok, M. 276 Bryan, A. 319 Bryan, G. 94 Bryan, M. 179 Bryan, T. 265 Bryne, J. 248 Brytla, C. 62 Bublitz, B. 246 Bublitz, VV. 67, 262 Buch, J. 309 Buchanan, H. 187, 188 Buchholz, E. 267 Buchholz. R. 271 Buchholz, VV. 268, 324 Buchman, B. 43 Buck, B. 247 Buckeridge, LI. 259 Buckton, G. 304 Budic, P. 263 Buehl, C. 42 Buelter, J. 248, 289 Buerger, R. 262 Bugbee, L. 268 Bugel, F. 248 Buhai, J. 339 Buhrow, B. 188, 279 Bukolt, R. 313 Bullamore, M. 244 Bumby, B. 288, 333 Bunke, I. 77, 248 Bur, A. 296 Burbach, I, 43, 246 Burcalow, 258 Burckle, L. 299 Burdick, H. 260 Burg, C. 287 Burger, R. 296 Burger, T. 64 Burgermeister, G. 306 Burgess, 184, 278, 364 Burgy, L. 76, 79, 248. 366 Burke, B. 267 Burke, E. 366 Burke, L. 288 Burke, M. 258, 276 Burkhead, 1. 187 Rurkhead, R. 187. 188 Burkert, N. 366 Burkhardt, J. 271 Burkman, R. 306 Burlingame, J. 319 Burman, H. 318 Burmaster, M. 302 Burmeister, B. 179, 247 Burmeister, N. 284, 366 Burnard, C. 62 Burnett, J. 197, 269, 366 Burnham, B. 259, SM Burnham, M. 76, 82, 283, 366 Burns, D. 98 Burns, J. 274, 281 Burns, S. 285 Burpee, I. 279, 301, 366 Burpee, R. 270 247 Burr, D. 188, Burr, J. 174, 270 Burrows, M. 42, 65. 187, 366 Burschinger, J. 98 Burt, J. 303 Burt, S. 258 Burton, E. 366 Burton, L. 288 Burull, I. 366 Busby, R. 305 Busch, S. 340 Buschkopf. H. 366 Bush, J. 56, 188, 366 Busher, C. 246, 281 Bushnell, C. 187, 188 Bushnell, I. 305 Buss, 1. 270 Buss, M. 302, 366 Buss, S. 302 Busse, E. 366 Busse, R. 366 Bussey, F. 320 Buster, S. 289, 366 Bntensky, A. 311 Butler, D. 264 Butler, I. 280 Butman, C. 246 Butterbrodt. T. 300 Butteri, F. 314 Buyaliki, C. 62 Byer, B. 313 Byer, W. 198, ssc. C Cable, R. 220, 221 Cadden, A. 270 Cadden, J. 270 Cadhill, B. 188 Cadwell, R. 271, 367 , WU HND Blllli lllllllllllllllllll Nm ummm umm IES T0 lllIlLll 5- Slll3lll':SSFllI. BRREER Ill ADI. Sli 0 This sound, progressive organization- -recog- nized as a leader in the production of Controlled Quality pipe fittings and drop forgingsfoffers interesting opportunities. The modern, streamlined Ladish plant cover- ing 1,500,000 square feet provides unsurpassed manufacturing and metallurgical facilities. What- ever your interest . . . quality control, research, engineering, production or sales, there's oppor- tunity waiting for you at Ladish. You have at Ladish a place to grow in your chosen profession, working with men known and respected in industry for their vision and com- petence. And, equally important, you have an opportunity to advance as this company's long- range expansion program constantly develops. For more details, write to Ladish Co., Cudahy, Wisconsin. A representative will be glad to arrange an interview in Madison to discuss your career. Thousands of determinations are made daily in this chem- ical laboratory. Each lot of steel received is tested in this physical lab- oratory. Hydrostatic and mechanical- load service limits are de- termined in this burst test chamber. Behavior of metals at ele- vated temperatures is charted by modern testing equipment. me commits mrmcs LINE 80'000 MKG Counter- Aufomolloally- oooffollofl blow hammer Cwor1d's heat treating develops physi- PRODUCED UNDER ONE ROOF...0NE RESPONSIBILITY largestj is typical of ad- cal properties of steel. vanced Ladish production facilities. EZESHDH Q CUDAHY,WlSCONSIN ...,'. nuLwAuuf susuna 43' -"' D I voir N von. . nmol, . rambwgh . Philadelphia - Cleveland . crfwqo . sv. Paul f sn MI I H r TI L.,xAngel.,,.s F ' H vm..,.Mexaco cay.amnrfofa,o.1 llll 5, 5 "3 1 - .. . . .... I -1 A I S f P I ll'n fy R V f I . WU- K4 'E X .51 ,. rr- .,,.,..,...,, l - - j . 5 1 ll' ,.--V--' ' L 1 4 0 ,fl . 'tzz -:" f -- - ' wi? Q ii'iii' 1 "-- 2"ll' 2 ' my iff: ,1 v 1 -. 1 ."' iii ' PRODUCER OF FORGED AND SEAMLES5 WELDING PIPE FITTINGS . . . LARGE 0.0. AND T.E.M.A. FLANGES . . . WELDLES5 ROLLED RINGS UP T0 40,000 LBS. . . . DROP FORGINGS UP T0 10,000 LBS. Caflerty, M. 273, 367 Cafferty, P. 288 Cain, J. 270 Caine, L. 301 Calabresa, J. 367 Caldart, D. 367 Calden, G. 288 Caldwell, I. 187, 188, 276, 367 Caldwell, K. 281 Caldwell, R. 179, 269, 298, 367 Calkins, R. 326 Callaghan, M. 258 Callahan, J. 271, 367 Callan, E. 266 Callaway, R. 98 Callies, F. 66, 199, 257, 267 Callies, 269 Callum, G. 318 Calvert, E. 252 Chrouser, R. 271 Chudacolf, D. 329 Chutlic, R. 368 Chudnoff, T. 248, 368 Church, G. 175, 265, 296 Churchill, J. 266, 305 Churchill, R. 317 Chyle, J. 238, 327, 368 Ciulla, P. 304, 368 Clahots, C. 247 ClaHin, M. 286 Clancy, J. 42 Clancy, l.. 303, 368 Clancy, P. 368 Clark, B. 187, 188, 267 Clark, F. 267 Clark, H. 188 Clark, J. 266 Clark, L, 2f6, 340 Cline, L. 177, 182, 259, 369 Calvi, K. 244 Cameron. E. 285 Cameron, G. 303 Cameron, M. 248, 283 Campbell, D. 312 Campbell, J. 288, 333 Campbell. R. 188 Campus, M. 297 Cantield, S. 271, 367 Cannon, J. 283 Cannon, L. 271 Canny, T. 216 Cantwell, W. 264 Cap, A. 328 Capitani, S. 289 Clark, R. 90, 91, 92, 368 Clarkw, G. 265 Clausen, D. 285 Clay, J. 187 Clayton, A. 258 Cleashy, R. 186 Cleashy, R. 186, 368 Cleaver, J. 303 Clemons, C. 304, 368 Cleveland, N. 82, 244 Cleveland, VV. 368 Cliff, S. 259 Clift, J. 42 Cline, D. 265 Capon, Lt. 196 Card, VV. 86 Carhardt, C. 279, 333 Carl, H. 210, 240 Carlberg R. 271 Carle, B. 288 Carlson, A. 62, 367 Carlson, C. 367 Carlson, D. 268 Carlson, J. 188 Carlson, R. 60, 199, 270 Carmichael, E. 333 Carney, K. 76, 244 Carns, C. 278 Carpenter, J. 42, 271, 283 Carpenter, R. 266, 308 Carrier, E. 323 Carroll. E. 376 Carstens. E. 247 Carswell, M. 269 Carter, A. 261 Casey, D. 367 Casey, P. 198 Cash, D. 336 Clinton, G. 369 Clinton, J. 220 Clinton, S. 244, 369 Clodius, R. 42 Close, 261, 310 Clothie r. E. 266 Clough, B. 269 Cluppert, K. 180 Cochrane, A. 176 Cochrane, C. 333 Cockfoeld, D. 268 Cody, P. 323 Coerper, T. 308 Coffey, C. 369 Cohen, C. 336, 340 Col1en, H. 190, 340 Cohen, J. 335, 341 Cohen, G. 56, 335 Cohen, K. 261 Cohen, P. 336 Cohen. S. 292, 311, 329 Cohl 19 , C. 7 Cohl, R. 340 Cohn, J. 277, 335 Craig, D. 42, 306, 371 Craig, P. 276, 321 Craine, D. 289 Craine, V. 299 Cramer. J. 278, 371 Crandall, G. 94 Crandall, M. 188 Crane, J. 43, 371 Crane, V. 90, 92 Cratis, S. 96 Cratty, J. 188. 189 Creager, R. 292, 371 Cretney, B. 184 Croake, R. 301, 371 Cromwell, Mrs. 333 Crone, E. 371 Crowell, G. 265, 300 Crown, R. 260 Croymans, R. 270 Crump. l'. 308, 371 Cruz, O. 188 Culbertson, L. 286 Culver, D. 189 Culver, F. 60. 62, 67, 260, Culver, l.. 295 Culver, S. 243 Cunningham, B. 98, 310 Curran, J. 307 Curro, T. 262 Curtin, N. 289, 371 Cushman, F. 244, 371 Cutlip, Prof. S. 82 Cywana, M. 211, 304, 371 Cywinski, N, 81, 371 D Daehn, V. 56, 186- Dagorret, J. 266 Dahlke, D. 257 Dahl, P. 262 Dahlen, li. 62. 65 Dahlke, D. 257, 267 Dais, E. CMrs.l 180 Daley, M. 220 Daley, N. 96 Daley, R. 263 Dalton, J. 218, 323 Daly, K. 246, 274, 286 Daly, M. 308 Damadian, R. 271 Damadien, R, 184 Damerau. R. 188 Dainmann, N. 93, 281 Damon, R. 96 D'Amore, M. 90, 92 Dana-Bashian, J. 292 Caskey, D. 96 Casson, C. 367 Casten, B. 189 Caswell, D. 323 Catalanello, J. 246 Catlin, R. 367 Cattoi, M. 367 attoi P 278 Colberg, S. 258, 282 Cole, D. 186 Cole, E. 283, 333, 369 Cole, J. 178 Coldwell, T. 269 Colegrove, M. 68, 326 Coleman, C. 369 Coleman, D. 188, 196, 369 Coleman, l. 263, 310 Collette, R. 90, 92 Dance, J. 68, 292, 317 Dance, R. 317 Dance, S. 245 Daneiko, D. 93, 372 Danforth, R. 320 Daniels, J. 260 Dargi Darko s, A. 63, 65 w, C. 285 Darling, S. 372 Dassow, L. 42, 182, 261, 3 C , . Cauger, C. 246, 286 Cavanaugh, C. 367 Cavanaugh, M. 259, 282 Cavanaugh, T. 321 Cebrowski, M. 259 Ceci, D. 175 Ceci, L. 175 Cejka, B. 246 Cerney, V. 56, 367 Chadbourne, J. 319, 367 Chadwick, D. 312 Chadwick, J. 288 Chaqnon, H. 328 Chaiclin, R. 302 Chaimson, D. 336 Chaimson, M. 336 Chalekiam, H. 367 Chamberlin, G. 333 Chambers, E. 228, 299 Chambers, J. 189 Chambers. R. 367 Champion, S. 280 Chan, W. 267 Chancellor, VV. 65, 368 Chandek, A. 90, 92, 368 Chandler, E. 312 Chandler, G, 79, 244 Chandler, P. 278 Chapman, A. 43 Chapman, B. 246 Chapman C. 278 Chapnisky, S. 247 Charlson, C. 269 Chase, D. 174 Chase, D, 333 Chasey, J. 305 Chatterton, Mrs. G. 22 Chelovich. R. 368 Cheney, R. 265 Chehlovitz, F. 336 Cheris, M. 318 Cherkaskv, R. 44, 368 Cherne, K. 179, 240, 368 Cherwinka, J. 328 Chesbourgh, B, 308 Chesson, S. 78 Chi, H. 81 Chicalla, T. 265 Chicoya, E. 43 Chido, 244 Chiello, P. 368 Childs, C. 247 Childs. R. 91, 92 Chin, T. 67, 368 Chinetti, P. 312 Chipman, C. 266 Chipman, W. 96 Chlanda, J. 280 Christensen, A. 368 Christenson, E. 183, 295 Christian, J, 248 Christianson, J. 188 Christopherson, E. 368 Christofferson, K. 286 Colling e, F. 301 Collins, C. 317 Collins , Rev. G. L. 188 Collins, J. 184. 369 Collins. M. 179, 243, 248, 282 'ollins P. 283 L , Colson, D. 43, 369 Comer. K. 230, 333 Comfort, D. 308 Conant, P. 265 Conagh an, P. 312 Conger, L. 326, 369 Conger. P. 258, 285 Conger, S. 184 Conley, J. 279, 369 Cunlin. B. 271 Connell, K. 369 Connelly, J. 258 Conner, H. 262 Connor, M. 175, 289 Conno1'. W. 319 Consigx ly, N. 327 Consigny, R. 96 Consigny. T. 327 Coogan, E. 78, 288 Cook, B. 79 Cook, D. 260 Cook, J. 263, 369 Cook, N. 248 Cook, VV. 44, 94, 188, 302, 369 Coon, B. 65 Cooper, E. 265 Cooper, J. 339 Cooper, K. 318 Cooper, M. 244 Cooper, Cooper. R. 38 T. 234, 301, 369 Cope, R. 312 Coplings, S. 369 Coppens, N. 43, 246, 369 Cordes, M. 369 Corlett. C. 247 Cormack, K. 66, 196 Cornfoeld, E. 93, 336, 359 Corpe, M. 248 Corrigan, H. 267 Corry, C. 244 Cors, K. 268, 310, 369 Coruthers. J. 63 Coshun, K. 90, 92, 369 Costen. T. 325 Cota, S. 77, 80, 247, 371 Cotter, R. 243 Cotts, L. 86 Coulson. L. 270 Counsell, D. 268 Cox, J. 282, 304 Cox, P. 265 Coyne, J. 98 Crabb, T. 371 Crabbe, E. 188, 189 Crabtree, D. 371 Dattlezweig, D. 281 Daubert, K. 285 Davenport, G. 188 Dauterman, D. 263 Davey, E. 372 Davidson, B. 307 Davidson, D. 264 Davidson, J. 307 Davidson, W. 263, 372 Davies, Mrs. E. 287 Davies, H. 372 Davies, J. 68, 372 Davis, B. 280 Davis, E. 188 Davis, F. 294, 372 Davis, J. 86, 323 Davis, M. 248, 288 Davitte, D. 179 Dawley, D. 187 Dawson, L. 372 Dawson, N. 282 Dawson, P. 248, 276 Dawson, R. 320 Day, P. 284 Daye, B. 305 Dean, D. 283 Dean, J. 187 Dean, M. 319 Dean, N. 258 DeBuhr, A. 298 DeBuhr, J. 260 Debouch, J. 98 DeBruin, G. 372 DeBruin, R. 62, 196 Decker, D. 261 Decker, J, 90, 92, 372 Dederich. J. 245 Debow. D. 264 Dedricks, 258 Deer, A. 244 De Fe0, D. 279, 333 Degen, J. 90, 92, 372 Degner, C. 64, 268 Degner, C. 372 De Gratfe, E. 198, 299 Dehne, R. 328 Dehnel, W. 372 Dehrmann, W. 98 Deiheim, F. 341 Deith, D. 329 De Kerhor, H. 319 Delaney, E. 247 Delcorps, H. 372 DelHe1d, A. 372 Delwiche, D. 81, 372 DeMatthew, A. 64, 66 De Mark, J. 244 DeMerrell, S. 199 Demeter, M. 372 Demmer, M. 43, 248, 373 DeMoe, E. 279 Dengel, P. 186 n iriconziin . VVisconsin's great tradition of freedoni . . . in the search for truth . . . in the pursuit of knowledge . . . in the choice of curricula . . . in the acceptance and rejection of theories, is a heritage of which you are rightfully proud. Outside the great University, this tradition of freedoni remains the intellectual badge of the Statels citizenry. Upon you rests the future of Anierica. Yours will be the task and the responsibil- ity. Many have fought and died for its future. Guard it Well. I MIlWHUKll HHlWlHS' HSSHEIHHHN Fox HEAD BREVVING C'oIvIPANY NIILLER BRENVING COMPANY A. GET'l'ELMAN BREWING C'oMPANY PABs'I' BREXVING COMPANY INDEPENDENT NIILXVAUKEE BREXVERY Jos. 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P. 310 Downs, D. 94 Downs, J. 263 Doyle, G. 246 Doyle, P. 228, 259 Draeger, C. 274, 279 Draeger, 292, 300 Draeger, J. 76, 80 Draheim, D. 271 Dramm, J. 266 Draper, K. 78 Draper, T. 286 Dreher, B. 286 Dreunen, W. 188 Drew, J. 175, 271 Drew, W. 260 Drews, W. 325, 374 Drewry, C. 247 Drewry, G. 298 Drexler, D. 326 Drill, D. 76, 93, 278, 374 Drnek, M. 274, 291 Dropp, A. 43, 184, 248 Dropp, J. 290 Drought, T. 199, 320, 374 Druck C. 277 Di-yor, G. 175 Dryden, 180, 374 Dryhovd. B. 246 Dubin, R. 329 du Bois, G. 283 Du Bois, J. 86 Du Bors, M. 243 Duck, Don, 17 Duebner, 265 Duehr, D. 284, 374 Duer, M. 246 Duescher, R. 270 Duewel, E. 232 Duff, W. 263 Dummer, D. 321, 374 Dummer, P. 374 Duncan, D. 333 Dunham, P. 286, 333 373 Dunham, R. 93, 246, 266 Dunlop, K. 258 Dunn, J. 319 Dunn, M. 333 Dunn, N. 341 Dunn, S. 247, 284 Dunstan, N. 178, 283 Duraek, B. 248 Durfee, M 282 Durkin, M. 244, 374 Durning, L. 175 Dussault, S. 247 Dutton, B. 81, 265 Durall, C. 175 Du Vall, C. 264 Duwe, B. 78, 247, 280 Duxbury, D. 271 Dybdahl, D. 374 Dyrhovd, B. 374 Dyer, S. 248 Dziczkowski, D. 90, 91, E Earle, J. 289, 374 Eastwood, E. 86 Eaton, J. 266 Ebben, L. 268 Eberhardt, L. 247 Eberhardt, W. 266 Eberlein, E. 374 Ebert, B. 261 Ebert, J. 79, 258 Ebling, W. 301, 240 Ehling, P. 94 Ebling, M. 276 Eccles, S. 283 Eckbiad, N. 284 Eckblad, N. 374 Eckels, C. 374, 298 Eckels, J. 374 Eckert, G. 374 Eckoldt, D. 270 Eckstein, C. 271 Eclstrom, B. 282 78 Eder, B. Edgar, J. 98 Edgar, L. 341 Edgarton, D. 303 Edgarton, M. 288, 376 Edges, G. 376 Edland, R. 94 Edler, C. 285, 376 Edleman, S. 340 Edmondson, R. 86 Edwards, B. 282 Edwards, D. 64, 66, 268 Edwards, N. 30 Edwards, M. 82 Effa, J. 265, 324, 376 Egener, R. 376 Egensicks, D. 322 Eggebrecht, E. 289 Eggers, T. 263, 301 Eggert, C. 264 Eggert, H. 328, 376 Eglash, H. 90 Eglin, B. 93, 287, 376 Ehrhardt, O. 66, 67, 376 Ehrhardt, M. 187 Ehlers, B. 244 Ehlers, E. A. 376 Ehlers, J. 258 Ehlert, R. 260 Ehrman, B. 376 Ehrke, E. 269 Ehrmeyer, G. 269 Eichler, A. 376 Eichstedt, C. 276 Eifler, M. 376 Eimerman, J. 302, 376 Einerson, C. 243 Einum, C. 78. 285, 376 Eisele. R. 322 Eiseman, B. 376 Eisen. B. 339 Eisenberg, R. 315 Eisner. C. 340 Eitland, O. 262, 376 Ekerdt, R. 247, 376 Ekerdt, M. 247, 376 Ekern, H. 24 Ekmanis, B. 376 Ekstrom, B. 248 Elbert. P. 307, 376 Eldred, M. 333, 376 Elleson, J. 265 Elliot, L. 323 Elliott, E. 248 Elliott, M. 285 Elliott, S. 248 Ellis, J. 94, 294, 377 Ellis, L. 266 Ellis, M. 188 Ellis, N. 246, 281 Ellis, Capt. N. 195 Elmer, D. 79, 245 Elmgren, L. 244 Elmore, B. 278 Elsinger, J. 377 Elster, D. 305 Ely, J. 333 Emerich, B. 377 Emerick, S. 186 Emerson. M. 77 Emery, M. 283 Emme, G. 270 Emmons, N. 285 Emory, S. 260 Ender, K. 90, 91, 377 Endicott, J. 197, 377 Engel, G. 315 Engel, R. 266 Engel, W. 271 Engelbrecht, Prof. 183 Engelhard. A. 79 Engelhardt, L. 263 Engelman, J. 30 Engels, G. 261 Engesether, B. 326 374 92, 374 Engeswick, J. 260 England, P. 247, 291 Engle, P. 340 Engleman, J. 282 Enright, J. 68 Epstein, R. 329, 377 Erasmus, D. 246, 282 llgrg, R. 685592549301 .r mann, . Erdmann, E. 243, 377 Erhardt, O. 64 Erichsen, I. 244 Erickson, E. 328 Erickson, 243, 327 Erickson, 321 Erickson, M. 86, 93, 278, 377 Erickson, P. 266, 327 Erickson, R. 82, 199, 246 Ericson, C. 43 Erikson, D. 245 Ermer, D. 377 Ernst, L. 267 Erzinger, R. 312 Esch. D. 284, 293, 333 Espe, R. 377 Esser, N. 213, 304. 377 Essex, M. 180, 310 Essock, H. 340 Essock, R. 315 Essock, S. 340 Eugen ia, C. 289 Evans, A. 283 Evans Evans Evans Evans , M. 246, 290 , R. 263, 377 , S. 282, 377 , T. 198 Evenrude, T. 312 Evens Evens Evens Evens on, C. 179 on, E. 258 on, E. 30, 377 on, R. 82, 325 Eye, K. 247 Faber, Faber, Faber, F D. 325, 377 J. 282 N. 282, 377 Fadden, G. 224, 264, 377 Fagan, J. 76, 279, 377 Fahres, R. 261 Fahl, Faik, M. 291 E. 265 Failor, H. 86, 94 Falck. G. 271 Falk, Falk, Falk, B. 293 M. 283 R. 317 Falkcnrath, M. 247, 289 Falsta Falsta Farma Farme d, B. 293 d, W. 317 n, I. 335 rw P. 269 Farnum, B. 179, 227 Fanum, W. 227, 301 Farrell, C. 377 Farrell, K. 280 Farris, E. 82, 174, 377 Farwe ll, J. 285 Fassie, J. 189. 269, 377 Fausch, N. 247 Faust, B. 309 Faust, D. 260 Fay, N. 184 Fechheimer. S. 340 Fechner, W. 378 Fedors, P. 188 Fedrer, A. 43 Fehland, S. 279, 378 Feiger. W. 270 Fein, P. 315, 378 Feinglass, I. 339 Feirtag, E. 262 Feldhausen, D. 310 Feldman, D. 321 Feldman, L. 82 Feldman, S. 378 Feldt, R. 320, 322 Fehleiano. R. 269 Fellows, D. 323 Felton, O. 271 Feltz, D. 267 Fenske, J. 248 Fentress, F. 42, 378 Fentress, M. 288. 378 Feox, T. 226 Ferkin, D. 271 Fernholz. W. 270 Ferrill, T. 312 Ferris, E. 78 Ferris, J. 269, 271, 378 Ferris, R. 269 Ferwerda, J. 94 Fetek, J. 266 Feuerpfeil, K. 262, 310 Feverschutz, R. 270 Feyke, J. 175 Fiedler, R. 323 Fiehler, B. 258 Field, A. 282 Field, B. 318 Frigy, M. 247 Filliel. F. 279 Fina, J. 244, 378 336 Fine, A. Fine, J. 297 Fink, C. 82, 378 Fink, D. 94, 323 Fink, E. 341 Fink, H. 318 Fink, J. 240, 237, 323 Fink, L. 94 Fink, S. 96 Fink, Y. 378 Finkbine, R. 378 Finkbine, S. 378 Finkelman, N. 318 Fike, I. 246. 378 Firnhaber. B. 267 Fischer, C. 62, 261, 378 MAKERS OF WORLD FAMOUS RAY-O-VAC LEAK PROOF BRAND OF FLASHLIGHT BATTERIES CONGRATULATES UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN CLASS OF 1954 When You Buy FIasI1IigI1I Batteries 'FEEL THE STEEL" 4y0fV A 5 ,I z 5 , . 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B. 187 Forbes, D. 301 Forbes, J. 301, 379 Forest, D. 199 Forester, J. 307 Forman, E. 339, 379 Forman, J. 274, 279 Forrest, K. 92. 301, 379 Forrest, L. 379 Forsberg, C. 305 Forwark, R. 270, 379 Fose, R. 290 Foss, P. 269 Fosshage, D. 322 Foster, A. 286 Foster, H. 220 Foster, Nl. 260 Foster, V. 243 Foulkes, I. 245 Fountain. T. 304 Fowcll, F. 266 Fowell. K. 379 Fowell, P. 325 Fowler, A. 174, 261 Fowler, D. 258 Fox, A. 336 Fox, C. 244 Fox. F. 62. 379 Fox, J. 289, 312, 341, 379 Fox. T. 94, 226, 305, 379 Fraedrich. R. 266 Frzxiney. B. 327 Frank, B. 243, 278, 379 Frank, L. 247, 287, 379 Frank, T. 379 Franke, N. 188 Frankfurth. T. 286 Franklin. R. 86 Franswick, VV. 65, 317, 379 Frantz, R. 86 Franz. 1. 312 Franzel, J. 334 Fraysur, F. 301 Frechette, P. 224, 266 Fred, Pres. E. B. 18, 19 Freddick. A. 334 Frederick, B. 287, 379 Frederick, H. 285 Frederickson, R. 312 Fredrick. R. 261 Freeck, J. 246 Freedman, J. 379 Freeman, M. 341 Freed, A. 336 Freiden. S. 248 Freidman. N. 341 Fregang, R. 188. 381 Freitag, F. 308, 381 Freitag, J. 257, 263, 282, 283 French, J. 244 Frenz. P. 301 Freriks, N. 333 Freuden. J. 247 Freudenberg. S. 276 Freund, P. 264 Frey, S. 188, 190, 274 Freytag, J. 247 Freytag. VV. 381 Friauf, T. 179 Frick, K. 184 Friday, F. 307 Friday, G. 285 Frieberg, R. 320 Friedberg, G. 381 Friedland, S. 268 Friedlaender, J. 277, 381 Friedman, D. 340 Friedman, L. 185, 329 Friedman, R. 56 Friesch, J. 381 Friesch, T. 381 Friske, H. 381 Fritsch, D. 280 Fritsch. P. 286 Fritschler, J. 98, 175 Fritz, B. 259, 282 Fritz, J. si Fritz, K. 317, 381 Fritz, R. 86 Fitzgerald, J. 270 Fritzsche, K. 262 Frize, B. 321 Froehlke, E. 258, 278 Froemming, J. 314 Fry, D. 294, 381 Fry, N. 278 Fruze, F, 268 Fuelleman, Mrs. 334 Fugua, S. 184 Fuhlbrigge, A. 94 Fuhrman, C. 318 Fujimoto, M. 247 Fujko, J. 243, 381 Fuller, P. iss, 287 Fuller, M. 248 Fullerton, M. 285 Fullerton, T. 326 Funkhauser, 1. 289, 333 Furdek. J. 258 Fyfe, D. 302, 381 G Gaby, B. 335 Gad, H. 303 Gadon, J. 263 Gadow, VV. 94 Gaffney, A. S. 381 Gafvert, B. 259 Gagan, N. 284 Galir, H. 311 Gaither, C. 266 Gale, M. 188 Gale, J. 341 Galian, J. 63 Gallagher, M. R. 381 Gallagher, J. 327 Gallagher. M. 281 Galligan, VV. 270 Gallo. G. 94 Gallo. L. A. 381 Ganimeter. C. 188, 258 GHl1lSlfY, N. R. 56, 381 Gan, J. 188 Gangstrad. E. 295 Gannon, T. 261 Gansheroff. S. 334 Gardiner, R. 199, 320 Gardner, H. D. 270, 281 Garens, R. 245. 281 Garens, VV. 263, 312 Gariepy, B. 289 Garling M. 65, 265, 381 Garling, E. 62 Garloek. D. 286, 381 Garno, D. 381 Garrison. B. 329 Garske. B. 186 Gash, S. 315 Gaskell, J. 287 Gass, G. 263 Gass, H. 86 Gast, VV. 381 Gaston, A. 30 Gates, C. 22 Gates, E. 381 Gates, M. 179 Gates, T. 382 Gatyas, F. 382 Gauchat, Mrs. 286 Gaumnitz. R. 321 Gauerke. VV. 193 Gausewitz. V. 285, 333 Gautsch, T. 301 Gavett, T. 266 Gav, A. 282. 323 Gaynor, J. 44. 260, 382 Gaynor, M. 318 Giese, K. 42 Giese, S. 286 Giger, W. 266 Gilbert, J. 182 Gilbertson, C. 248 Gilbertson, D. 180 Gilhranson, G. 302 Gilbrunsen, A. 43 Gilfry, A. 286, 382 Gilham, W. 227 Gill, J. 283 Gill, P. 283. 382 Giles, W. 382 Gillet, C. 300 Gilley, D. 177, 186, 280, 308, Gilley, R. 186 Gilmore, B. 276, 382 Gilman, S. 329 Gilmour, N. 24 Gimple, S. 335 Gimniler, B. 247 Gingrass, G. 213 Gisvold. M. 276, 382 Gitler, C. 42, 382 Gittleman, N. 277, 340 Glaessner. T. 318 Glaman, D. 82 Glander, P. 247, 307, 382 Glantz, N. 279, 333 Glasenapp, D. 310 Glaser, F. 318 Glass, M. 333 Glassner, C. 340 Glavich, J. 267 Gleason, D. 384 Gleason. R. 317 Glenn, B. 312 Glenn, D. 248, 265 Glick, 383 Glickruan, J. 318 Glisch, K. 292, 310 Glover, L. 189 Glover, L. 189 Gnat, R. 265, 383 Gnauck, D. 187 Godar, C. 244 Godfrey, N. 307 Godfrey, R. 220, 307, 383 Godfrey, T. 292, 308 Godrey, H. 258 Goebel. M. 280 Goemans, R. 304 Goerke, A. 287, 334 Goethal. J. 94 Goetz, C. 281, 333 Goetze, VV. 262 Goffey, V. 271 Gohdes, P. 183. 264 Gohdes, R. 270 Gohdes, VY. 383 Goidring. I. 340 Gold, 1. 340 Goldberg, D. 277, 383 Goldberg, H. 335 Goldberg, J. 78 Goldjen, A. 22 Goldman, D. 315 Goldman, J. 318 Goldman, L. 297 Goldner. L. 383 Goldsmith, L. 340 Goldsmith. M. 301, 329 Golstein. F. 318 Goldsworthv, C. 267 Golightlv, M. 246 Golkin, E. 383 Golley, l. 224, 320 Gollhardt, R. 261 Gollin, D. 383 Gollman. .H. 263 Gonce, R. 383 Gont. G. 305 Goodell, L. 258 Geatty, J. 83 Gebhardt, A. 246 Gabhart, A. 282 Geer, B. 245, 382 Gehl, D. 247, 287 Gehr, D. 302 Gehred, R. 278 Gehrig, B. 265 Gehrig, R. 62, 324 Gehring, B. 269 Gehrke, L. 382 Gehrig, D. 302 Gehrigy J. 267 Geiger, R. 266 Geischen. M. 93 Geisenfeld, T. 329 Geittman, Mrs. 305 Gelatt, C. 21 Gelhaus, K. 187 Gempeler. C. 179, 281, 282 Gengler. P. 382 Genke. R. 66, 67 Gennrich, B. 274, 280 Genrick, F. 22 Gentile, S. 244, 278 Gentor, S. 340 Georgieff, V. 258 Geralclson, E. 270 Gergen, R. 267 Gering, J. 266 Gerke, J. 79, 282. 382 Gerke, J. 282. 372 Gerlack, R. 382 Gerland, L. 247 Gerner, G. 174 Gershon, N. 329 Gessert, C. 300 Gestland. E. 300 Getzin, L 260 Geyer, K. 290 Gibert, M. 284 X Gibson. C. 260 Gibson, B. 287 Gibson, Gibson, Giebler, J. 246, 382 Giemens, M. 258 Gieschen, M. 246 P. 285 R. 382 Goodlan il, J. 305. 383 Goodman. C. 383 Goodman, H. 277, 339 Goodman, R. 86 Goodrich, G, 278 Goodrich, L. 303 Goodsite, A. 297 Goodsitt. R. 228, 383 Gordon, D. 271 Gordon, T. 62. 336, 339 Gordon, R. 333 Gordon, S. 335 Gordus, A. 81 Gore, R. 300 Gorenc. B. 313 Gorman, 1. 312 Gorske, C. 92 Gossen. 1. 308 Gossett, D. 288 F1 Gotchy. 269 Gothoskar, S. 188 Gottchalk, J. 284 Gottfried, S. 383 Gottlieb, L. 82 Gottschalk, T. 79 Gottsclialk. R. 266 Gould, B. 248, 259 Gould. R. 318 Goulet, R. 317 Goulet. T. 321 Grab, M. 383 Grahin, M. 277. 383 Grabow. 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V Granger, H. 383 Grant, A. 258 gram, E. 185, 244 Grant, J. 248, 325 Grantman, N. 261 Graper, I. 246 Graser, D. 314, 383 Grasse, D. 247 Grassl, O, 94 Grassl, W. 269 Graves, B. 246, 258 Gray, D. 265 Gray, J. 90, 91, 92, 384 GFAY, M. 247 Greason, A. 56. 175 Greaton, W. 320, 384 Green, B. 341 Green, W. 81, 265 Greenberg, M. 384 Greenburg, J. 266 Greenen, D. 266 Greene, D. 188, 384 Greene, H. 24 Greenfield, D. 187 Greentield, L. 248, 311 Greenhub, C. 335 Greenhub, E. 335 Greenhut, C. 293 Greenkorn, R. 62 Greenkown, R. 384 Greenwalt, A. 333 Greenwood, J. 189, 245 Gregg, B. 248 Gregg, C. 175 Gregg, D. 318 Gregorski, W. 384 Gregory. A. 258, 282 Gregory, D. 307 Gregsbaken, K. 264 Greiner, P. 80 Greiten, R. 293, 313 Greiner, M. 384 Grellft, G. 287, 384 Gresenz, W. 261 Greve, J. 334, 384 Grieb, 258, 280 Grieb, M. 280 Griem, B. 289 Griepentrog. S. 247 Griesbach, D. 196, 384 Griffin, M. 79, 246, 281 Griffith, C. 285 Grithth, L. 285 Grill, K. 261 Grimm, J. 310 Grimmer, L. 282 Grimstad, 314, 384 Grinker, L. 297 Grinker, W. 263 Gritzmacher, G. 176, 384 Grob, R. 56 Grochowski, 246, 384 Groechel. W. 295 Grollo, B. 240 Grollo, R. 56, 224 Gromme, A. 245 Gromme, R. 265, 305 Groninger, S. 77, 80, 247, 384 Grosenick, D. 287 Groskiaus, J. 268 Groskoph, G. 308 Grosnick, D. 384 Gross, H. 341 Gross, J. 341 Grossburg, L. 336 Grossenbacher, P. 43 Grosser, H. 384 Grosser, N. 93, 258 Grossman, G. 98 Grossman, L. 339 Grostad. P. 305 Groth, D. 67 Groth, H. 94, 320 Grout, J. 262, 274, ess Grover, H. 300 Groves. F. 81, 187 Grub, M. 281 Gruber, J. 269 Gruenwald, M. 243 Gruemwaldt, J. 92 Gruhle, L. 333, 384 Gruner, G. 278 Grunewald, C. 263 Grunner, E. 263 Grunwaldt, J. 262 Grupe, G. 384 Grust, J. 98 Grutzik, J. 245, 384 Grutzner, E. 96 Grzegorczyk, D. 384 Grzmehle, B. 247, 287 Gudert, M. 248 Gulbrandsen, A. 386 Gulbrandsen, M. 247 Gunderson, L. 287, 334 Gunther, J. 30 Gunther, M. 280 Gurk, V. 78, 246, 386 Gustafson, H. 271 Gustin, J. 276 Gutenkunst, J. 288. 386 Gutenkunst. R. 288 Gutgesell. G. 269 Gwidt, 263, 386 H Haack. D. 64, 267 Haaf, M, 246 Haag, V. 386 Haaland. S. 278, 386 Haanen, W. 264 Haas, J. 269, 284 Haase, R. 189, 264. 295, 321 Hassl, S. 56, 279, 386 Haber, R. 341 Habermann, L. 261. 301 Haberstroh, B. 265 Hackendahl. A. 264 Hnckenclahl, H. 308 Hacker, J. 298 Hacker, M. 248 Hadtield, N. 278 Hadley, J. 288 Hadlig, H. 287 Haen, T. 312 Hafeman, L. 328, 386 Hage, J. 313 Hagel, C. 187 Hagen, D. 42, 65, 266 Hagen, K. 265 Hahn, D, 311 Hahn, L. 197 Hahn, P. 260 Hahn, W. 271 Haight, G. 24 Hake, J. 247, 279, 293 Haldemann, F, 306 Hale, R. 317 Halferty, J. 98 Hall, B. 289 Hall, C. 327, 386 Hall, D. 386 Hall. G. 288 Hall, H. 301 Hall, 62 Hall, . 96, 301 Hall, R. 341 Hall, V. 177, 386 Hall, W. 247, 284 Halla, A. 309, 386 Hallada, T, 263 Hallam, K. 189 Haller, P, 285 Haller, R. 261 Hallock, D. 186 Hallock, E. 246 Hallock, S. 246 Halloran, F. 321 Halls, E. 247 Halperin, Mrs. 335 Halsor, L. 245, 281 Halvorsen, L. 321 Halverson, Miss 178 Halvorson, J. 268 Haman, J. 283 Haman, W. 295 Hamel, J. 302 Hamele, A. 198 Hamilton, C. 265 Hamilton, D. 199 Hamilton, J. 270 Hamilton, L. 386 Hamm, G. 174, 386 Hammes, D. 86 Hammett, E. 261 Hammond, L. 96 Hampel, D. 86 Hampel, 358, 386 Han, C. 292 Hanauer, Hanauer, Hanawa Hand, M. Handt, P. Haney, Hanes, Haney, Hanisch, L. B. L. D. 295 D. 292 y, D. 310 279 67. 266, 386 386 30, 280 300 H. 321 Hanke, A. 282 Hanley, N. 289, 333 Hanna, A. 295 Hannah, V. 294 Hansen, P. 94, 207, 269, 276 Hansen, F. 188 Hansen, J. 280 Hansen, K. 289 Hansen, M. 283, 386 Hansen, N. 198. 266, 317 Hansen, P. 62. 301, 386 Hansen, R. 86 Hansen, W. 240, 386 Hanson, A. 183 Hanson, G. 183. 198. 386 Hanson, J. 94.1 178. 167, 2 87 Hanson, L. 43, 247 Hanson, M. 333 Hanson, R. 294, 295 Hanson, S. 179, 276, 333 Hantszch, R. 64, 387 Harb, V. 281 Harbaugll, M. 248 Harding, E. 387 Hardt, J. 288. 387 Hardtke, C. 321 Harker, Prof. 64 Harkins, L. 283 Harklan, R. 271 Harlig, H. 333 Harmison, K. 244 Hamley, J. 303 Harmutli. R. 271 Harnerl, J. 82, 323, 387 Harnerl, R. 323 Harris, B. 280 Harris, D. 184 Harris, J. 246. 387 Harris, N. 246 Harris, K. 90. 303 Harrington, J. 278 Harrington, M. 43, 248 Harrison, J. 288 Harshrock, E. 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G. 86 Kroph, D. 338 Krubsack, W. 269 Kruchten, R. 320 Krueger, D. 247, 281 Krueger, J. 244 Krueger, R. 96, 263, 264 Krueger, T. 67 Kruempelstadter, J. 309 Krug, M. 398 Kruger, A. 227 Krull, F. 269. 398 Krumheuer, N. 184 Krumm, B. 278 Krusehke, S. 243 Kruse, M. 243 Kubale, B. 98, 297 Kubiak, R. 398 Kubisiak, L. 199, 263 Kuboyama, R. 228, 399 Kubly, E. 398 Kuchek, J. 98 Kuchenmeister, M. 79 Kucirek, J. 399 The Earl of Chesterfield Once Said HWhateVer is Worth doing at all, is Worth doing Wellf' We Find It,s Still the Best Policy! ,I .T Side v,,ii tbW' ii. 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M. 177, 259, 3 LaBuy, C. 245, 281 Lacey, D. 289 LaDuke, S. 30 LaFeber, J. 282 LafFm, E. 399 LaFond, L. 245 Laiden, C. 336 Laiken, B. 334 Laiken, R. A. 399 Laine, E. 65, 323 Laird, Mrs. M. R. 21 Lakin, J. 230 Lakos, A. 187 Lakos, I. 187 Lamb, M. E. 243, 399 Lamm, R. 303 Lambert, L. 297 Lampereur, J. 92, 325, 399 Lampert, H. 399 Lampert, T. 309 Landa, J. 248, 399 Landaw, S. 311 Landgraf, B. 44, 248, 399 Landgrave, E. 278 Lando, N. 248, 282 Landschulz, P. 320 Landschulz, W. 320 Landwehr, R. 267, 304 Lane, J. 271, 279, 321 Lane, M. 322 Lane, R. 401 Laneville, J. F. 325, 401 Lanferman, R. 187 Lang, D. 228 Lang, L. 340 Lange. E. VV. 90, 401 Lange, H. 259 Lange, R. 92, 401 Lange, S. 290, 333 Lange, VV. 92 Langenneger, A. 264 Langenberg, J. 267 Langer, M. 286 Langjahr, J. I. 286, 401 Langkau, J. 268 Langsam, L. 340 Langteau, D. 263, 326 Lansford. P. 245 Lantow, B. 308 Lanz, J. 280 Lanz, M. 93. 280, 401 Lamphere, B. 216 LaPlante, L. 271 LaPour, J. 247, 276 LaDP. R. M. 401 Lappley, Mrs. 301 Larsen, H. 401 Larsen, 43, 286 Larson . 86 WTC' FTW" mmm "1'1'1 MMIII ooo FH. RJNFU N wma, E225-" N wc- Q-an Q.. OJ ,.. -A Laska, A, 63, 401 Lassman, J. 82, 281, 401 Latsch, F. 247 Laun, A. 96, 401 Lauta, F. 265 Lauterwasser, K, 30 Law, Marc A. 22 Lawless, J. 306 Lawrence, B. 284 Lawrence, D. 94. 302 Lawrie, J. 309, 401 Lawson, H. 174, 198 Lawson, J. 310 Lawton, D. 267 Laylan, R, 300 99 Leach, K. 187, 188 Leach, P. 320 Leader, N. 246, 274, 279 Leafman. S. 185 Leahy, C. 179, 247, 289 Leahy, R. 291 Learned, M. 281 Leary, M. 285 Lebarron, R. 401 LeBarrow, D. 316 Lebine, C. 339 Lebow, S. 335 LeDuc, D. 265, 324 Ledvina, L. 93, 247 Lee, C. 294 Lee, J. 308, 329 Lee, S. 267, 401 Lee, V. 56, 334 Lehman, D. 270 Lehman, K. 401 Lehndorf, W. 63 Lehrman, E. 340 Leibermann, J. 277 Leicht, R. 262 Leighton, R. 198 Leiker, J. 271 Leinwander, J. 62 Leissring, 296 Leistickow, M. 98, 317 Leitl, J. 180 Leitl, L. J. 401 Leland, H. 323 Lellep, L. 401 Lem, N. 179, 401 Lem, J. 179, 247 Lemanczyk, J. 67, 326 LeMere, J. 179, 144 LeMieux, J. 86 Lemkuil, E. 262 Lemke, D. 262 Lekme, J. 30, 247 Lemke, M. C. 401 Lemke, W. A. 401 Lempke, D. 262 Lengacher, VV. 314 Lenhart, R. 283 Lenschow, C. 244 Lensky, H. 98, 185, 402 Lenz, L. 271 Lenz, M. 281 Leonard, C. 338 Leopold, N. 93, 402 Lepinski, P. 243 Lepke, L. 177, 244, 402 Lepp, G. 174, 402 Lerdahl, K. 261 Lerner, A. S6 Lerner, S. 341 Lesh, J. 310 Leute, J. 321 Levenhagen, P. 267 Leverenz, J. 301 Levihn, B. 260 Levihn, W. C. 402 Levin, D. 336 Levin, J. 340 Levin, R. 292, 318 Levine. B. 326 Levine, C. 277 Levine, D. 311 Levine, G. 297 Levine, M. 98, 329. 402 Levinsky, M. 341 Levison, F. 315 Levitin. M. 335 Levy, B. 318 Levy, D. 67, 297 Levy, E. 277 Levy, I. 341 Levy, N. 336 Lewenthal, D. 297 Lewis, Mrs. 329 Lewis, C. 265 Lewis, D. 296 Lewis, E. 335 Lewis, M. 248 Lewis, S. 78, 336 LeysieB'er. F, 270 L'Hommeideu, R. 282 Libby. J. 295, 402 Lihrae, E. 402 Lichtfeldt, K. 289 Liddicoat, A. 314 Liden, G. 321, 402 Liebenburg, D. 187 Liebenburg, L. 187 Liechti, W. 94 Lieding, J. 243 Lietl, J. 98 Liesman. J. S. 402 Liezer, B. 282 Lilly, J. 86 Lim, E. 65, 67, 270, 313, 402 Limpert, L. 78, 247 Linae, C. 246 Linden, L. 268 Linrlow, 267 Lindsay, D. 270 Lindsay, P. 270 Lindsey, J. 320 Lindquist, J. 262 Lindquist, M. 280 Lindenhlad, G. 188 Lindau. R. 301 Link, Mrs. E. T. 279 Linke, L. 188 Linn, R. 302 Linton, D. 190 Linton, O. 82 Lintz, M. 43, 248 Lione, B. 276 Lippert, H. 261 Lipschutz, A. 329 Lisowski, L. 271 Litchfield, L. 289, 402 Little, B. 83. 179, 243, 289, Little, H. W. 292, 402 Littlefield. C. 96, 402 Liv, H. 260 Lively, J. 289 Livingston, R. 266 Lizama, A, 260 Lloyd, J. 244 Lloyd, M. E. 402 Lobdell, J. 248 Lobenow, T. 266 Locher, R. 301 Lock, P. 278 Locke, M. 248, 281 Locklin, R. 211 Lodahl, T. 268 Loehning, G. 245 LoefHer, D. 186, 292, 323 Loehning, G. 245, 281 Loehning, J. 247, 280 Loge, A. 183, 243 Logeman, D. 308 Logerquist, B. 66, 402 Lohman, J. 334 Lohr, T. 262 Loke, R. 268 Lokker, M. 247 Londono, F. 261, 402 Long, G. 269, 402 Longe, E. W. 305 Longley, L. 248 Lonworth, J. 187 Loock, D. 333 Loos, D. 263, 402 Lopau, V. 196, 309, 402 Loper, C. 68, 293, 324 Lopge, C. 265 Lorenzen, B. 65 Lorenzen, J. 237, 302 Loth, D. 307 Lottsfeldt, R. 186 Lotwin, D. 403 Loucks, D. 310 Louden, A. 180 Louttit, J. 290 Love, J. C. 403 Love, M. 315 Lovell, Mrs. N. 230 Lovett, M. 86 Lovrine, D. 245 Lowe, B. 269 Lowe, G. 248 Lowell, D. 301, 403 Lowell, R. 175, 197, 301, 403 Lowman, P. 287, 403 Lowrey, L. 283, 403 Lubin, B. 340 Lubin, H. 339 Lubitz, D. 182, 193 Lucas, E. 30, 179 Lucht, J. 320 Ludlow, R. W. 403 Ludwig, A. 180, 320 Ludwig, D. 261 Ludwig, J. 44 Luebke, R. 308 Luebke, J. 281 Luebke, R. 64, 308 Lueders, D. 263 Luedicke, H. 278 Luedfe, L. A. 403 Luedfke, E. 295 Luedtke, L. 282 Luedtke, R. 64, 66, 67 Lueht, J. 262 Lueneing J. 265 Lueschow, A. J. 403 Lueschow, S. 258 Luete, D. 282 Luhman, F. 199 Luhman, G. B. 24 Luisier, R. 260 Lulloff, K. 263 Lund, D. 98 Lund, 176, 260 Lund. . 310, 403 Lundberg, D. 258 Lundberg, E. 63 Lundburg, R. 310 Lunde, W. 266 Lundgren, N. 89, 92. 280 Lundmark, E. 93, 258 Lupinski, T. 270 Luska. A. 67 Luther, W. 320 Lyke, H. J. 403 Lyke, J. 199, 319 Lynch, B. 294 Lynn, G. 98. 403 Lyon. M. 300 Lyons, P. 429 M Mabie, M. 246, 286 Mabie, T. 321 MacArthur. M. 199, 305, 409 MacDonald, D. 312, 409 MacDougal, F. 293 MacFarlane, V. 409 MacGregor, D. L. 409 Maclntyre, D. 312 Maclntyre, L. P. 409 MacTntyre, P. 289 MacIver, J. 96 MacNamara, W. 212 Machol, G. 63 Machotka, R. G. 403 Mack, K. 315 Mack, T, 220, 321 Mack, W. 325. 403 Macke, H. 283 Macke. H. M. 403 Mackin, B. 279, 403 Mackman. S. 315 Mackrie, J. C. 403 Maclaire, J. B. 403 Macurda, B. 327 Madaghian. V. 56, 189, 258, 403 Maddinfz. C. 284 Mader, G. 248 Mading, R, 324 Mafell, R. 297 Magee, J. 300 Magee, L. 265 Magestro. C. 228, 240 1954 will be remembered by you Seniors for ai long time. We will remember it too, because it is thc 75th birthday of the electric lamp bulb. The electric industry has come a long way since October 11, 1879, but it still is il young venture com- pared to so111e others. Welre proud to have played 21 part in the growth of electric service- -ei111provi11g facilities, lowering rzrtes and giving better service. Were proud to have pro- moted lightmg in its early days. So, coriglutulations OII your acliievemerit and Iet's salute the electric lamp together. LIGHT FOR FREEDOM - POWER FOR PROGRESS WISCONSIN POWER AND LIGHT COMPANY Ouality I I I I I VONGRATIYLATIONS MOIO' Comm' I and BEST wisiiiis for - Electronic Parts YEARS fs COME I I I llni I ' I MADISON, was I " Headquarters for Hue M1LwA1'Kr1E 4, VI' 1sc'oN six I I Women's Apparele 70 e Miller, Russell 407 McGregor, McKenzie Maglowsky, E. 248 MaGough, D. 175 Magnestio, C. 327 Magnin, D. 42B, 298, 403 Magnin, H. 306 Magnus, M. 335 Mahalko. G. 198 Mahan, H. 325, 403 Maher, M. 404 Mahler, B. 321 Mahlke, D. 298 Mahnke, R. 317 Maier, C. 266 Maier, G. 333 Maier, N. 313, 403 Maikin, C. 341 Mailer, Mrs. 83 Malster, A. 247 Makler, J. 340 Malbin, R. 315 Malin, M. 30, 282 Malley, J. 178, 276 Mallin, R. 335 Mallin, S. R. 404 Malloy, G. 292, 313 Malmanger, N. 187, 190, 280 Malnorey, R. 90, 92, 404 Malone, D. 269 Malone, C. 276 Malone, C. R. 404 Malone, S. 276, 287 Malsch, B. 268 Malueg, T. 264 Maly, G. 175, 404 Mameesh, M. 294 Manchester, S. 319 Mandt, A. 274, 276 Manke, S. 282 Manley, R. M. 404 Mann, C. 245 Mann, D. 261 Manning, J. 220, 321 Mannis, K. 269 Manns, C. 324 Mansfield, A. 240 Mansfield, D. 234 Mansfield, J. 240, 327 Manson, L. 258 Marcks, J. 42 Marcovitch, T. E., 404 Marcus, S. 318 Marcussan, D. 292, 322, 404 Marcy, B. 43 Maresh, S. 247 Marfell, B. 333 Marggraf, B. 81 Margolis, M. 318 Markell, H, 318 Markowitz, D. 311 Markowitz, L. 336 Marks, L. 335 Markorich, T. 98 Markwardt, D. 64, 244 Marquardt, C. 258 Marquardt, D. 322 Marquardt, K. 285 Marquardt, M. 268, 301 Marquardt, R. 298 Marquart, D. 68 Marling, D. 285 Martens, C. 264 Martens, D. 324 Martin, George 226 Martineau, P. 263, 301 Marth, E. H. 306, 404 Marr, G. 62 Mars, J. 271, 404 Marsh, D. 300, 404 63 Marth, E. Marsh, G. 311 Marsh, M 248, 278 Marsh, R. 56, 271 Marsh, S. 404 Marshak, L. 329 Marshak, D. 248, 404 Marshall, B. 321 Marshall, F. 257, 262 Marshall, J. 81, 283 Marshall, M. 338 Martens, D. 259, 265, 278, 404 Martin, B. 258 Martin, C. 43 Martin, D. 310, 333 Martin, E. 198 Martin, G. 226 Martin, J. 178, 188, 198 Martin, T. 328 Marin, V. 42 Martins, T. 94 Martinson, L. 187 Marvin, G. 333 Marvin, Masaer, 1. Mase, T. 264 Mason, G. 311, 404 Mason, J. 175 Mason, M. 187 Mason, T. 281 Massengale, M. 188 Massey, D. 294, 404 Massey, R. 199 Mataczynski, A. 94 Mather, J. 325 Mathews, B. 260 Mathews, E. 226 Mathewes, E. 226 Mathews, M. 178 Mathiesen. T. 260 Mathieu, H, 303 Mathison, H. 264 Mathwich, D. 267 Mathys, B, 289, 404 Matta Fathis, K. 265 Mattek, E. 334 Matthei, D. 271 Matthews, G. 247 Matthews, M. 188 Matthews, R. 276 Mattick, E. 278 Matrauers, J. 243 J. 310 2 248 Matson, J. 263 Matzke, R. 86 May, N. A. 404 Mayer, L. 335 Mayer, V. 313 Mensenkamp, M, 278, 406 Menza, A. J. 406 Menzel, D. 260, 305 Meracle, S. 326 Merkel, D. 307 Mayersak, R, 248 Mayor, B. 281 Mauer, B. 218, 232. 240, 302 Maurice, G. L. 402 Maxon, J 259, 276 Maxson, D. 266, 302 Maze, B. 321 McAleaVy- J. 94 McAleer, M. 287 McArthur E. 248 McAuley, G. 312 McCabe, D. 317 McCabe, J. 283 McCaffrey, B. 290, 333 McCagl1y, C. 268 McCallum, D. 293 McCammon, M. 333 McCargo, M. 246, 276 McCartney, C. 276 McCarty, P. 281, 409 McCarthy, W. 409 McCarthy, C. M. 409 McClean, D. 196 McClendon, A. 261 McCollum, D. 305 McConaghy, K. L. 409 McCool, R. 56 McCorrl, E. 286 McCormick, K. 310 McCormick, R. M. 409 McCormick, N. 266 McCoy, R. 263 McCoy, V. 248 McCrary, H. 303 McCrory, J. 323 McCullouch, J. 188 McCulloch, D. J. 409 McCurdy, J. 271, 322 Merow, C. 302 Merriman, J. 175, 196, 317 Messner, G. 211 Metcalf, E. W. 406 Methenitis, A. S. 406 Metz, J. 318 Metzger, B. 406 Meyer, A. 43, 247, 259. 284 Meyer, A. M, 406 Meyer, B. 291, 308 Meyer, G. 42, 338 Meyer, D. 278 Meyer, D. 63, 179, 303, 400 Meyer, 1. 43 Meyer, J. 92, 278, 303, 320 Meyer, K. 334 Meyer, L. 43, 290 Meyer, M. 276, 287, 333, 406 Meyer, R. 81, 98, 245C, 261. 406 Meyers, E. 264 Meyers, F. 308 Meyers, J. Meyers, 43. 43 246 189 266 M- , Meyers, R. Jr. 189 Meyers, W. 189 Meythaler. J. 189 Meyrick, G. 283 Michale, J. 184, 270 Michaud, L. 186 Michel, M. 278 Michels, H. 303 Michler, T. 232, 261, 295 Mickleson, M. 298 Middleboe, L. 319 Middleton, VV. S. 86 Mielke, J. 784, 310 Mietz, N. 282 Mihon, R. 258 McCutcheon, R. 262 McCutchin, N. 258, 409 McGucken, J. 336 McDonald, J. 263 McDonald, P. 409 McDonald, R. 320 McEachron, A. 307, 409 McEvoy, J. 186, 199, 409 McFarlane, A. 243 McFathron, J. 262 McGalloway, M. 288. 409 McGann, L. 279 McGillivray, S. 281 McGinley, C. 175 McGinnis, R. 232 McGough, A. 268, 302 McGough, D. 268 McGowan, D. M. 409 McGrath, K. 279 McGrath, M. 281 McGrath, P. 186 N. 179, 281, 411 Mikalofsky E. 261 Miler,' Mrs. 340 Miles, C. 277, 406 Miles, D. 246 Miley, S. 247, 293 Millar. R. 295 Millard, M. 258 185 339 Miller, A. , . Miller, B. 321 Miller, C. 184 Miller, D. 86, 94, 190, 260, 340 Miller, D. A. 406 Miller, E. 82, 318 Miller, E. B. 407 Miller, H. 98, 237 Miller, J. 210. 261, 319, 407 Miller, K. 278 Miller, M. 98, 247, 311, 320 Miller 335 , P. Miller, R. Mill r, R. 62, 96, 185, 197, 198, 220, 266. 297 G. 407 McGucken, J. 80, 411 McGuire, P, 320 McHuge, B. 218 McHugh, D. F. 411 McHugh, W. 232, 411 Mclntyre, J, A. 411 McIntosh, R. 411 McJoynt, D. 261 McKay, G. 86 McKay, S. 301, 411 Miller, T. 94 Miller , W. 64, 66, 68. 237 Miller, W. Hubert 407 Miller, W. Howard 407 Mills, A. 261 Mills, J. A. 407 Mills, J. 77, 288 Mills, R. 317 Mills, VV. 317 Milly, S. 288 McKenna, J. 94, 411 McKenna, P. 279 McKenzie, B. 265 McKenzie, G. 283 McKenzie, L. 274, 282 ,R. 266 McKiernan, S. 305 McKittrich, M. 286 McKinney, M. 30, 188 McLane, W. 67, 292, 328, 41 McLaughlin, J. 276, 411 McLaughlin, L. 30, 283 McLaughlin, M. 276 McLaughlin, R. 320 McLeod, D. 94 McMahon, E. 98, 175. 411 McMahon, R. 282, 340 McManus, J. 308 McMillan, D. 312 MCNaul, 63, 198, 298 McNearney, J. 276 McTavish. E. 292. 317 McVey, D. 307 Meads, R. 327 Mean, M. 333 Means, T. 301 Mealy, J. 312 Meany, M. 287 Meath, B. 240, 322 Meath, R. 228 Mechanic, J. 277 Mecklenberg, B. 248 Mecklenburg, E. 406 Meeks, P. A. 406 Meglwsky, E. 277 Mehlos, K. 261 Melin, R. 68, 199 Meicher, N. 77, 291 Meindl, H. R. 406 Meintzer, R. 184 Meisenheimer, B. 265 Meissner, C. 326, 406 Meissner, W. 263 Meissner, W. H. 406 Meister, W. 269 Melahn, R. 309 Meleney, H. 178, 287, 406 Mellen, L. 340 Mellencamp, S. 247, 283 Melvin, B. 283 Mendelsohn, S. 268, 297 Mendyke, D. 313 Menendez-Aharca. A, 66 Meng, D. 321 Meng, N. 43 Matson, D. 43, 43C, 247, 302, 404 Meng, N. J. 406 Miner, E. 94, 407 Minf' Chu, F. 188 Minium, Mrs. 290 Minshall, C. 245 Minshall, D. 190, 264 Mintz, F. 96 Miskowski, L. 310, 407 Misselkorn, D. 308, 407 Mitchel, L. 407 Mitchell, B. 79, 186 Mitchell, B. I. 407 Mitchell, E. 407 Mitchell, J. 283 Mitchka, B. J. 407 Miyafzawa. D. H. 407 Mleczkp, R. 309 Moe, C, 340 Moede, J. 263 Moeller, M. 287, 407 Moeller, P. 276 Moelingf, L. 285 Moen. S. 278 Moering, J. 176 Mograbi, H. 407 Moilirn. B. 245 Moll, B. 308 Molnar, J. 264 Momsen, M. 314, 407 Momsen, P. 314 Monarski, R. 266 Monfore, T. 218, 232 Monnier, C. 174 Monroe, T. 265, 307 Monson, D. 94. 319 Monson, H. 319 Monson, R. 319 Montg omery, T. 94 Monyek, R. 315 Moore, D. 183, 267, 308. 319 Moore, E. 187, 264 Moore, 98. 199. 407 Moore . 30, 278 Moorej M. R. 407 Moore, R. 78 Moore, VV. Moorh 187 cad, B. 279, 407 Moors, P. 176, 408 Moran, C. 237 Moran, D. 234, 303, 408 Moran Moran Moras . J. 237 , L. 42, 408 1 J 287, 408 l, . Morehouse, S. 199, 267 Morey, S. 286 Morga Morga n, B. 240 n, C. 189 471 MODERN BOOKBINDING is DIFFERENT The mass production of books requires modern machines, eflicient methods and the Hknow hown. Select for your bookbinder a progressive concern with the experience and ability to give to your book the style, Hfeelll and durability it should have. The best is available. 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