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

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Each Figure in the mass is 21 set of principles, soon to be :L mold of the university pattern, LL number on fl card, a part of the filing system in B-3 a A L ,I J Before the class-room education cronies the sight, the sound, the beginning of the university feeling. Around each are the sights, the zidnministratioii provides the sounds, to the student l'0Ill2liI1S the zissimilzition, the feeling 2 E ,Q S 3 2 . 1 -01,71 45 sw - -X , M . 'D-Q i t 5.1, -N "4, N t to ,Q a--QC., A.. it Qin M X522 tif V- 'fx 'Q -v ,-,.,1i,gii 5. 'xt17f'f,t,:Qi',,,,'ft'?Q,gff'A5'5-:iw r s' "iw 'Jr LJQQSQA ,M xl ,. L. we ' ,?":r5+Mf ,,-. gwvu hui' f XTX, wif:- . ' 'vi . xui :Jft 147 ,V X3 s - 'X JD' I 1' af W 1 , if' if ,...... From the outside looking in, student motions vast the shadow of activity, lvstlessness, COllfU1'Il1iTf The Class-room Z1 daily habit, the we-ek-mid something zmticipzited and waited for. Mass education, the duplication system, exmcisvs the braiiu c-vlls active in Illl'lll01'iZ2lfi0Il :md 1'z1tiou:11iz:1tio11. The forui folloxxs vitllvr 21 svries of empty Sllll1l,I'0S or dllIJ1iC2LJfiUllS of lhlglislx lu. "'N- KlnnniHlwQ-uunnunilnnnl im-QW ai aw -..M -1. hug Q,- Supplimentation for duplication, located in the main library usually, allows the professor to cover more than an hour'sworth of niaterialg to require the student to dig for material on his own. The answers are thereg attentiveness is the trick. 3 E 7 , -- -----:xi Within the mass are, for each, ties still centered upon "home," but no longer is the touch with it a constant one. The unknown, around each, within each, makes in him something new, an desire to keep the old yet accustom to the new unknown, and yet ignore the loneliness. 1 I The "home" accomodates 5003 the nionients of being alone are Virtually iinpossiblcg the loneliness is quite possible. Every action is si slialrecl one, consciously oi' unconsciously. wk iiiw ,,.,vv!'1 Kai' ,va in 'Q ,arm To listen, to watch is the habit. To rezict is the conformity. Each I'C2li0f,i0Il a Siiatcli of individuality, czulgbt by the mass becomes a part of noneiitity. Y w ? Life bears the strains of the modern age of control. Watchers bear down through man, through the rnan-made. The command need not be spoken. The disobedient find the power and, if caught, see the result of the broken, unspoken law. Constitutional, academic freedoms are observed :md gloated over. The IJIIDCI' that they are written on, however, Illily he from the some roll which becomes the granule unpassed, the dean! note, the advice to drop from the student body. W The results, and to some, the significance of being a "power nation" touches here. Discipline becomes a reality which cannot be avoided, cutting a non- existent luxury. The fruits of a better position, a greater power over men make the requirement succeed To each following the maze of mass motion there stands out one, and that is he himself. The confusion, the moods, the reactions are all felt by him. He hears, learns, ermus, forgets. Classes spiral from interests to l'0K1l1iI'QI116IltS to existence: studies from 1'0sc:.L1'Cl1 to rc-zidiiig to 1'oqui1'cc1 work. But :Lt the end there is some- thing to share with some- one, the applied ideas, the mid of the day. Each finds a place where he can be conlfortable amidst the mass. Here, i11lt1l'10Llgll still 21 part of it, llc is an individual flll'0Ugl1 expression, zlcftivities. F llll0Yl the cluyls endg lw is alone. Q ? . - i j gif The reiiection of self, in the olassrooni through free time habits, begins with the movement which begins each day. It deals with Madison, its people, its businesses, its fuliilhnents of student needs. Through its opportunity for free vhoice it brings out the individual. The university controls, it also must provide. Through this provicling it draws to its Centers tho student in his free time. Wvhat the student docs with this UlCI'0t' time" is the reflection tooss of what he does. what ho wzmts to do well. of what ho thinks ho is. pm-,fn 2 if F f H LWLL fm ,f,27,-Q13 may-wa 414MQ'mm. 1 M 1 95: fy V' The university is a preparation. But the student has his own ways of preparing for the life he Wants to lead, the Way he Wishes to appear to others. It is in the preparation of the way that he will appear to others that he seeks his own conformity, a matching of IBM card numbers. 'BQ in ,gnu 2x93 mf ya, Q 2 S f 1 E , 1 a n M VVEVQES: -will "11- Zey aasl , - , A V . , . . , ,,,, L , A Q L 4 as wx xi 8 9 5 H 4 X Q g 9 gf, QQ X I 23:2 iq mi 51535, , , +1 A 1 K x , gx 4 E " X is rgfgigiiug ' fgpsiQ:w? gg,?'lfj'23s1 f, ,2M,lgS5:5wfgafgffgf1g gg, ff -M1 L- 7 71:-aw, faf,wRdA 13,aL4?w: : FmimgSfgaggsgxfgggggbggfgl 3- 3 K S e S Le , S' . 3, Q N K 4 , is fa- f33:sf4 an - Af' if fi' A ggi gs fmiial f f - 4 c .7 4 K g gi 2 P551 QW iq ,ws -. i fs 3,,g5i:tsigg?5 15,31 . gf ' vfggxg K U zu, A Tl 25iiai5fZ92 wfvgiifv' ,J- atvkgwgfv , 1. v AHF, 1 A .ii-'s,Qze s ':I'5Viv3f , 151 f '- Q ejgfsbwegsipg, ?4 4 2 -fiklsfgzfi ,mf - ' . i.'i'fMfd'f fm :L 5' 1 - nfl 1, ' 15233-Fi . fx-Q M K , ' iii? A5 f im ' A459 QW g f'- 2 ef ' Ji ffSf2!f3m45:.lQ 3 , Laygfijf Q,-K ug. 5, :S Aw yimgflff ' 9 5w 2f .- fum,- 1 ,iff fgflkiz v Afv,gffLgvksQgg,4W?3,gga,,E.Q,5.g fspzexiifixidigs' A f2.a,:f' X .. ,w SW.,,,. L W .4 .,A V X df 4 A Sa ,. 3 -:. X31-3252 Q F555 be ffiimll :ff- ' iY,lSi'k?! ' w . - ,gym 1 "i?fhm . 'ff J YN T.: iff , ,Q S Q 5 rx? iw ,, sw' s i . Lgv.g,f,gn S2 " 1 e f .mam If ww and f J Y A L, Mx pa "!4'N'P?:w Q 2 Lg, K fggswvyi A X' Hhwglwifsf' iii.-3555 ' A ., 5- ,.. A as . -V gg-f.3.fef,f ff .mi .. ,. :Wh Q' Life in the midst of the 111215805 is ll sovizxl systmn of Slliifillg as :Ls 21 joint I!2lfTOI'll of lc-zlrlliug. The social 0dllC'2Lli0Il brings :1 pair togetlwlz A CZIIIIIJUS life makes those- sm-iul spheres c-m1Ceht1'ir-. NVQ' Preparation is a two way street The student prepares for his life after college. The artist propLu'es for tho students' reactions to his porfornmzmoo. A11 apex of the two is oppo1'tunity,open to ull, taken advau1t:1,Qge of by some. 2 . , uw Q FQ N. ,. :.s!::l:2- . .,' - frm .gfw xA i A Q 1 . ,. M "W8f"' 'F ..4..., ,psf-T ,,.... jf Sunday, the jumbled pattern, anticipates tlw avadelnic' wack, 1'cHoc'ts thc- social week-end. It is il pattvrn of elements from within and outsidv the C1,llI1lJl1Sf Tl10f'0II1Il1llIliff' c'l1u1'0h. the worlcl filI'Ol1gil com111u11ic'z1tio11s, the IJL1l'CIlfSlCI'OlIl lmomo. the frie-1111s i-F0111 school, ,JL V A ' ' Lf Sunday, a maze of experiences, things each has no other time to do It is at close day, tied to the family, Close friends. It is :L moment of relzlxzxtion, :L lull between the social week-end, the zxczldemic week. A Q X :MSU V 555. 51 E. N Q 54 5 1 K 3 '73 rf , X A f Mfg?" ' iif: .Y , , , 3,53 ya , ' A f' ef 15 ' , i, 3555 1:5 " 5 .- :w2wL.g' i 'wsffieqfmfaifmfigafgy . . ,.,. V , sf.?:vfz-my-,W way-fy H 7 - . R J , U wsmz . K .2 V ,J W, , ,mm ,. -HM , Af. M fw inf , 1, 'lk m if ' 37 ,M-,ggg KX Aw, ,A.,, nw The last step the college can offer to the student as preparationga job interview. The future become a tangible result of four years. But how the individual has spent thein spells inuch of his success or failure. It is a compilation of social and academic education. The individual leaves the mass. But education hasn't ended. The formal class-room is past. The books the people, the experiences of education are ahead. If the university has taught the individual not to expect an end in four years, he will go out more prepared to study than he Was the night he crammed forfhis last exam. Xu. T110 cllllllilmtioxl of C2l.l'h vullvgc- I'fl.l'00I' may bv rvr'or'1lvd. The culluinzliiou of :Lu educa- tlfbll, hmvvvv1', may not, :xml Iwrvin Iivs the i'llil.H0l1g.fl'. For how IHILIIY will grzmduzltion be thf- mimi oi 1-duC:1t1o11? R -ew Qu., 2 was-V 3? 1, II - A r 41, ,.,. 7, Q. f, ,fkgxg 1 , I A 5 1 W at 1 1 31m!vl1!"""7' ' ww ,, 1 f 3 Xa Q2 "" ' QI' 'Qs -: he W I sr-21 ... ...Q--,w.,w......k.....w--.iw ,, . 'Si fm Sw 1. 'NU W-:H V, V, . University Peg Dickson 0 Editor N H111 niimlul lu H11 111 nh vlvv- llf.Il'2l.1lll2LtillII.' 'r'- U - '1 ' - 'A' 1111 f1UVl'l'Ill7l' ui xVlS1'UllSill, V1-rnun Tlmlnsull, by lslllvlll, l'Ilsc-nlmwm-l'. Ho lla llma wt.1l4 .uul ilu unlurnty thu ' uw u - ' wx' govc'rnm', V4-:LI luol I I Hull nl N i'l'Il0Il IIIUIHSUII, im' lv:lc1vx'sl1lp. Pr lu lm iltllllill tn tl '. - 10 2.fUVl'l'I10I'SlliD 'l'l1o1x1sm1 sc-rw-41 lln- smtm- :Ls :xtturrwy gs-m-ml. 52 Governor Vernon Thomson X4'I'llHIl XY IIIHIIISKHI t'llll'l'4Wl XXISVHIISIII DOllIl1'S In lll'4'HIlXilIg.I ,-Xssistnnl llislrir-I ,xIlHI'll1'yUtI Hil'lll2lllfl ctlblllllj 5rm11:lflfrl'l1is Ql:l'2l1lll2lliHll I-I'HlI1 Ilu- l'11ix'v1'siIy I42lXYSl'll1Hll Ilv 111011 Wont on In lwvulllm- IIIZIYUI' ui 1115 1101110 imvn ul . , . , . 1111411211111 KUIITUV. I'PIDl'4'Sl'Ill2lllX'4' IH llw ,Xssmlmlrly ul the Slllllx l.f1gisla1IL1l'v fm' nigh! If-rms, Spcfzxlwl' uf thnx Xssm-In lvly. 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C'.511-1551-13.1..l11111-s,.l1'., f,l.SIlll1ll, .X. l'1-11-1's1111, C111-11111. LJ A'- Board of Regents ,U. 111-11111-111111111. KI1's.M, l,:111'11. J. 1111111-. 1, 11:l111NYlll. lu,l4. 1'1'1-11, km Sinvo 1858 thv linarfl of Yisitnrs has lwvn ohsvrvinv' all 21 phasvs of vanipus lifv. 'l'h0 twelve Illl'Il1lJUl'S are appointvll for four year tvrnis. At monthly Ill!'1'llIlgS thoy study prohlvms and vavh your thvy r0pm't to tho Rvgvnts thc' results of their studios. In rec-ent years thv board has stuclivcl and iuadv sug- gvstions in the arvas of pre-1'c-gislratioil, housing vunrli- tions, and the stuclvnt counseling systvni. This ye-ar the-y lnolivcl into thc- pmlmlmiis of vanipus planning in rvlatinn to Jrcservinv' thv natural heautv ul' thv vam us. 'lll1l'Y b . . also studied aspvm-ts of graduate and llllll0l'gl'21Clll2Il'0 sc-howls al Wisconsin to clvlc-rinino where- vinpliasis lay. As seated around table, left to right: J. Ilnlrlwins, Mrs. li. liussr-ll, li. Gag lun, Mrs. IW. Hulmrl, II. Kmmak. Boa rd of Visitors cl, M. Plata-, Mrs. G. Chattvr- .--4"""' Academic Affairs Aft1-1' g1'Ll11l12Lt111g fr11111 l'urdue 111 1919, Mr. 1121lI1W1ll 1-111110 to t110 1'11i1'01'sity ol' 1Vis1'o11s111 111111 1'e1-0i1'011 his do1'to1'11t0 1101'0 111 19211. H0 112lS 110011 at 1Yis1-o11si11 si111'0 1927, w11e11 he joined the t0111-11i11g staff 11s 2111 11sso1-i11te professor of 1111ete1'i11logLy. 1,I'101' to l1e1'11mi11g ZL V110-p1'esid1111t, 1111 1111111 the posi- tio11s of Assist1111t 1302111 of the College of Ag1'1f'l111l1I'0, DQTZIII oi' t110 f11I'3C1L12l1!' S1'11o11l, and 1302111 111111 D11'9t'1fJ1' of the 1711110150 of Ag1'11'ultu1'0. As 1'i1'0-p1'0s111e11t of 111'11de111i1f t111'211l'S, 1112 B11111wi11 help01l 1'oo1'1lin11te 511911 things as 10211'l1111QQ, Sttlfifillg, the planning of 1'urri1-11lu111, 1'es0111'0h and p1111li0 service. Business ancl Finance A 1'o11111101'1-0 major 111 husiness 011111-11t1o11, B112 A. 11'. Petersoii lllxgilll 11is 1'2lI'l'OI' 111 1V1s1'o11si11 111 1924 as student f1111111e1111 11dviso1'. gxftfxl' holding EL V111'i11ty of positio11s 111 the 11usi110ss 111'- fiee, 110 11001111111 V11-0-p1'0sid011t of business 211111 1'1113111'0. 111 this 1-11p111'ity 110 111111111011 t110 three 111111 one-half 11111111111 doll111' 1110ll111ly ope1'11ti1111 of t110 1'11iV01'sity. Such things housing, pl1I'ChLLS111g, 111'1'11u11t111g and 0II1pl0yI11C1lf of 11011-111-11d0111i1' pe1'so1111111 0211110 u11de1' 11is 11i1'o1'tion. Besides his position 11s V11-11-presideiit of business 111111 111111111113 Mr, 1,eterso11 was 11lso Trust Officer 111 charge ot' investing the 1f11ive1'sity's f'11dOXYIT16111 funds. Student Affairs Kenneth Little first 11001111111 affiliated with the 1f11iv01'- sity of VViSt'011S1I1 when he joined its 031101181011 progr11111 111 193-1, working there 111 various 1-ap111'iti0s. 1"1'11111 19413 to 1950 Mr. Little was Wis1-o11si11's f111:111ty advisor to the Big Ten Coiifereiice. 111 1954 11nd 1955 he was Deputy 1f11it11d States Coni- 1r1issio11111' of 111du1fatio11. As V11-0-p1'11s1de11t of 8111010111 a1N.i1'es Mr. Little 1111s assisted 111'l'S1C1O111 1"1'e11 111 t'211'I'y111g o11t th0 student life p1'ogr11111 111111 student s01'Vi1'es Sl1I'h as lo1111s, scholarships, 9I11p10yI110111 and eourisoling 111111 111 di1'01-ting the Offiee of Admissions 2l11d Records. Assistant to President Leroy IC. liuberg became assistant to thc president in 1946 after being the assistant to the Commanding Otlicer of thc China, Burma, India Theatre during World War H. He was principal of VVcst Junior High School in Madison before the war. A graduate of River l"alls State Teachers College, hc received his master's degree at Wisconsin. As the assistant he has represented l'residcnt lfred at many meetings. His many duties included serving as chairman of thc l'niversity Committee on Public Rela- tions and Parents' Weekend faculty committee. He also served on other city and university committees. Secretary of Faculty Returning from a vacation in Mexico hir. Alden White was prepared for the many tasks required of the secretary of the faculty and his ofiice. The office was responsible for co-ordinating and arranging faculty meetings and fac- ulty statisticsg it published the campus timetable, direc- tories, catalogues, bulletins and the final exam schedule. He also had an important connection with the building program on the campus. Besides all these tasks, the office maintained the information office in Bascom Hall. To- ward the end of the year, Mr. VVhite helped plan the commencement program. Alden VVhite is a graduate of the University. Registrar Under his new title of Registrar, Paul L. Trump not only carried out his duties as director of admissions, but also continued to work on plans to improve the pre- registration program. All transcripts, enrollments, and records of achievement at the university were compiled in his office. As in past years, Mr. Trump collected six Week grade reports on each student and sent them to the individual advisors to aid them in counseling the students. Mr. Trump's work to streamline pre-registration in- cluded studying the possibility of extending the program to new incoming freshmen during summer months. Dean of Women A friendly smile and a cheerful hello were what greeted the women students this year as they entered the otlice of our new Dean of lXlOIH0ll, Martha Peterson. Born and brought up in Kansas and educated at the University of Kansas, Miss Peterson can truly be called a native of the "Sunflower State". She has her NIaster's Degree in math- ematics and is at present working toward her Ph. D. in educational guidance. This year she and her staff served advisors for Crucible, Mortar Board, AWS, and Pan- hellenic. Because of her previous ANVS work, she was of great help to this organization on our campus. During her leisure time, she cnjoys traveling and watching ath- letic activities. Dean of Men After 101111 11ssc1011111c111 with the l1l11Y0l'S11Y, The0r1r11'c XV. Z1ll111a11 w11s 11111110 1501111 O1'31CI1 111 July, 11151. Ill 1111s 011p1101ty 110 11118 110001110 Z1 g1g111c1111g 111111101100 111 the l1V0s of 1110 111e11 of 1110 l1ll1VCI'S11Y. 110 is always 1ll101'US1Cd 111 111011' w0lf111'e 111111 llllC10l'S121l1C11Ilg ol' 11101I' p1'o11l0111s. 1301111 Z1ll1111111 1111s Tiililxll illl 11011V0 p111'1 111 1110 1'0g11l11111111 o1's111C1el11 11101111 011111p11s. II0w11s01111i1'1111111 11111110 S111c10111 11110111111 1lll1PI'f'S11 CN111111111100, ll s111110111-l'z1.r-lllty f'OIHII111131'i' llfxilllllg with 2111 11sp0c1s 01' 1'21IllIJllS PX1VII-l'lll'l'llfL118l' 11011x'- ity. He was also Cf112I1l'l11211l of 1110 3101118 llzllls 1'121l'lIl1Y 1011111111190 11111011 servcml 111 2111 2lK1V1SOI'Y f'l1Di1i'11Y 10 1110 c1i1'01'11'11' of 1110 1'111V01's1ly li0s1cl01100 1111lls. This was an anniversary year for Porter Butts. He has been director of Wiseonsin's Memorial l'nion for 30 years. Thirty years ago his job eonsisted mainly ot' raising building funds. This year he was eoneerned with about 75 types of programs sponsored by the lfnion. Ile served as advisor to the Union Direetorate and the l'nion Council. He has devoted his life to students and says he has not found it dull or routine at any time. Because more university students are working their Way through sehool, the l'niversity Bureau of Student Employment directed by Miss Marion Tormey was kept busy this past year. Ninety-six pereent of the men and forty-six pereent of the women on the campus are self- supporting to some extent, so the offiee was kept active trying to loeate jobs for all the students. lNliss Tormey was able, by eontaeting Madison firms, to sec-ure work for about a sixth of the eampus. 60 Student .Xs student finaneial advisor liay llilsenhoft' assumed the i-nonumental task of supervising the finances of about 2300 student groups, llis work ineluded balaneing bud- gets, eheeliing invoiees, auditing aeeounts and generally seeing that these organizations were iinaneially sound. Mr. Ililsenhotl' was advisor of the llaresfoot Club and at-eompanied the group on their annual road trip. lle also served as a member of Badger Board. A former XYism-onsinite, lfred Kraeiner is well qualified to handle his position as activities advisor to all student organizations. lle directly aided student government groups sueh as WSA, Student Senate, Senior Class, and TSA. Mr. Kraemer assisted students in the sueeessful eomple- tion of speeial prolieets ineluding Campus Carnival, Orien- tation, Parents lVeekend, and mock VN eonvention. lle registers all soeial events held by student groups. tl Services l'rofessor Robert Taylor eame to 1Yist-onsin to serve as direetor of the l'nive1'sity's News Serviee in 1948. This otliee direeted the l'niversity's publit- relations in all fields. l'nder his guidance, the Xews Servim-e won yearly honors from the American College 1'ublie llelations Assoeiation of which he served as district direetor. Besides acting in this 4-apat-ity, l'rot'essor Taylor taught a course in radio and television news writing. The Wiseonsin Student Health Clinic- has been in opera- tion sinee 1908, and its poliey differs from that of many other student elinic-s in that it takes full responsibility for the student. A staff of four, headed by Dr. A. l'. Crosley, took eare of the elinie patients, while the medical students, interns and residents took care of most of the infirmary patients. Two of every three students used the 4-linie this year. 4 As the director of the Student Counseling Center, Mr. L. E. Drake helped students adjust to college life. Under his leadership, the center tried to help students to help themselves by teaching them responsibility and self-diree- tion. Bad study habits and the inability to select a major were the most persistent problems that Mr. Drake and his staff were ealled upon to solve. The eenter also direc- ted the giving of admission and New Student VVeek exams. Residence Halls are responsible for student housing, food service, and soeial education. Newell Smith, director of this organization, and his statt' have done a lot toward solving the problem of housing this year. In 1956 two eo-operative houses were organized: Bayliss House and Schreiner House. This year one hundred apartments were completed for married students. In addition, bids were taken this winter for a boy's dorm to be ereeted south of Kronshage. 61 p Y flllunfluas ggi! J - Top: Assistant to the President L. E. Luberg explained some of the universityls newest actions to Alumni Association members during an informal get-together. Bottom: Thousands of University of Wisctxiisiii Alumni keep in touch with the university's activities through the VViseonsin Alumnus, the ofiieial publication of the Alumni Association. 62 Wisconsin Organized in 1861, the Wiseonsin Alumni Association has increased until it now has nearly 20,000 members. These members have made it possible for the Association to develop a strong program of service to the l'nivc-rsity and to its alumni. Also important in the development of this program have been the IUO alumni elubs, which have provided a common meeting ground for the Assoeiatioifs members. The major function ot' the Alumni Association is to eonduet informative programs to interpret the l'niver- sity's aims, achievements and needs to its alumni. Une important medium of information is the "lViseonsin Alum- nus'l magazine, the otlieial monthly magazine for the l'ni- versity and alumni news. The ttNYiseonsin Alumnus" eon- tains alumni news, news on current school projects and eurrent activities of the alumni elubs. ln addition to the f'Wiseonsin Alumnusu, the .Xssoeiation also publishes the t'Alumnus Football Bulletinn, directories of Silver and Golden Jubilee Classes and the tive year class iiewslettei'. Other important functions of the lViseonsin Alumni Association include seeking legislative support for l'ni- versity programsg assisting with arrangements for elass reunions: furnishing class lists and addressing services to various classes and clubs: supervising the Alumni lieeords Utiiee, which contains i'eeords of all persons who have at- tended the Vniversityg cooperating with the l'niversity of iVisconsin Foundation in providing scholarships for outstanding students, and stressing the value ot' scholar- ship giits by alumni elubs and individuals. The Association received a large part of the funds with whieh to carry on these various programs from member- ship dues. Other sources were gifts and advertising. The president, who this year has been Lawrence J. lfitzpatriek, heads the entire plan of activities. ln addition to the president, the Alumni Association has a siXty-mem- ber board of directors, made up of thirty direetors-at- largeg seventeen alumni elub directors and twenty past presidents of the Association. llolieies and activities ap- proved by the board are carried out by the Assoeiation's nine standing committees, including the executive eom- mittee and members of the staff. The staff activities are under the direction of the executive director, John Berge. Alumni Association This conversion of the Olmsorvzitory into tlw I'nive-rsity of Wisvonsin Alumni Housv was the topic of conversation for l'0t1I'1Ilg W1SI5ODSlIl Alumni ASSOCHLUOII President Gordon WzLlkc:1', the Associa- lil0Il,S new president, Laiwronve J. F1tzp:Lt,1'n'k Q41-rite-I'J, and IllXCl'llf,lVC Director John Barge fflghtb. 63 Wisconsin Foundafion l Ground was broken in the fall for the new Wisconsin Center Building. The Center will be 21 three story building with foundation and structural members strong enough to support one or two additional stories it future needs require expansion. The building, containing a modern au- ditorium e uipped with radio and television broadcasting facilities as well as ample office space, will be ready for occupancy early in 1958. 64 Through the century-plus since its founding, the Uni- versity of Wisconsin has seen thousands of young men and women come to its Madison campus . . . support and enrich themselves by hard work in the classroom and out and go on to useful, valuable lives after graduation. To most of this University's students, the enrichment fand the practical dollars-and-cents valuefproduced by the years at Madison have been evident. To most of its alumni, this evident enrichment and value have seemed a giftfa gift from an unfailingly generous State and Alma Mater. There is much good reason to support this atti- tude. But in 1945, a group of Wisconsin menfalumni, former students, and neighbors of the Universityereal- ized that a gift which may be accepted may also be recip- rocated. They determined to help the University which had been of such help to them and to their State. The University of lVisconsin Foundation was formed specifically a tool for carrying out this task. It is a non-profit corporation, chartered for the purpose of pro- viding aid to the University. It docs not attempt to take over the normal, natural responsibilities of the State in the operation of the University. It does work diligently to help the University carry out certain public service and cultural activities. It is especially interested in the concept of the "Wisconsin Idea"' -the basic belief that the University exists to serve all the people of the State -and for the enrichment of human life and knowledge. The help which the Foundation has extended to the University has been in the solicitation and administration of gifts-gifts from individuals, from families, from busi- nesses, from other foundations, and from other sources. These gifts have been of very real help to the University. This help has taken several forms. The NVisconsin Center Building is one example. Others are scholarships, fellow- ships, special professorships, special research equipment, and other projects calling for substantial monetary in- vestment beyond the normal educational scope of the University. The University of XVisconsin will continue to welcome gifts to the University, and to help channel them into uses which further the Wisconsin Idea of Service. Active workers for the University of Wisconsin Foundation include the above members or the Board of Directors, Executive Committee, and other active elements of the Foundation. They are: Front row, left to right: Harlan C, Nicholls, Joseph A. Cutler, Howard T. Greene, Carl E. Steiger, Irwin Maier, Foundation President Frank V. Birch, William J. Hagenah, University President E. B. Fred, Hon. Oscar Rennebohm, Herbert V. Kohler, Howard I. Potter. Rear row: Basil I. Peter- son, Wallace Meyer, Emeritus Dean F. H. Flwell, UW Vice President Ira L. Baldwin, Wisconsin Alumni Association President Lawrence J. Fitzpatrick, Robert B. Itennebohm, Dean li. A. Canm- nitz, John Berge, E. H. Berners of Foeller, Schober, Berners, Salford cb Jahn, Architects, L. I-. Smith. ff . EMM Q mee' tg -,, ,,.:- Sill Q fa-fa: v L W 'rg . +1 . f if 'gage ,ei:,.,, . . 5 .V . A ' as san'-'M . my ' M-" ., f , W- 'WSQH-ww p . r. k ,io11igNa.. -. .. A, ' Ma 'sg .N .... , . Ng. X in ggw mravzw ..,.. :M ..: rf. 1, ., K , In 57 M fini i " ' ' " ' A 'H rvslimm - 5:5-fggggfiffi f 2 N, ,W ,Q pifmi ig 15553 -sf "f,'-H1555'?,3-Qfijl-:IK , Schools and Colleges 67 E Under the exe-ellent leadership of Dean Rudolph K. lfroker, the College of Agriculture aimed at improving agriculture and increasing the welfare of farm families in VVisc'onsin through research, the teaching of students, and information provided to farmers and others by the agri- cultural servic-e. The big excitement this year was not in the line of aca- demif' work, might be expected, but was a serious fire that broke out in the basement of Ag Hall and threatened to destroy the whole building. Luckily, it was brought under vontrol before extensive damage was done. 68 College of Agriculture Rudolph K. Frokc-r, Dvam ul' AgI'iC'llIflll'C W - -1- , , is . vw. 69 "l"'.:'. li:Ll1r'or-k Hull IS Hn- ITIIUEI' of 1lf'f1Vlfll'S Im' tln l1nivm'sity's iw i'I'l'Illll illi1lI5tl'y. Thv STlI4ll'l pr0'111c'ts furnish ull lllliVi'l'Sity 0IJOI'2ltt'4l 1l0I'Illl toriq-s as well as im- l'1'l'1ll1l r-one eaters. l'niv1-rsity ic-mf l'1'l'IlIll is :1 falvoritv l'011l1IllllIl1X for St,l1l10IlfS. Hulwor-k Hull haw Its own somln fnuntzxin to suit thx-sv llUIll1lIldS. fi vu Q N First row, left to right: M. Xvlson, nclvism: NI. Russ, .I. Iioiyqwrmlt, W. Siciiit-FQ, I.. linlilniunn, T. Iirtiiim-i'. I". Unig. Second row: li. Olfoii. II 7'tmtli I Ilnwv I lit-rg IS lic-iiiicttlv X liringzv IV. Tliivst-iilmst-ii, fI.BI2I1'i0Il. II. litn'lQliulz. Third row: li. llnvis. II.-IOIIIISIOII, C'.Klvitlv1'. I 3 ' .I.-Siilnivlit, G. lilmlin. A. IS:ti'cl1ii.A.I. I.:n'slin, G. Cnllin. I. Inttt-rton. Fourth row: YY. Stottvn, .I. lit-iiiiwly. I.. .Xlnw-ns. X. Iimpl. II, lim-Qttnv, M. Iivuliatn, I". Dnpp, G. Hill, VY. Prxitt. I.. Pratt, VII. I'1':1tt. P. I'I01IltWYt1ll, Fifth row: RI. IItIIl1IlIt'l'. S. Comix. K. Rnssttll. NI. .IIll11t'S. Y Iirmvn I Httwtlnrtn IJ Iitiwmiitti' .I t'nnn M. .Xln'cns. ID. I.flI'StIll. Sixth row: II. IIIIIUIIIDSUII. t'. lfinlt-y. X. Xivlsfni. nnknnwn, D. tlt'IllI'ILtI, Ilavlziiitl, IC.. fII'tLllAtlt'l'lLi,lI.. Wit-st-, IC. lilmy, N, Finn, S. cillllt'llll2l, C. Ilntvlic-ns. O. Pnllilli. li. II:n'txt-ll, nnlumwn. Seventh row. VV. Wnlsvn, .I. Stoltc-nlut-rg, IJ. Igl. D. I.ztlZot'li, .I. IN'I:ir'lciowiggf, .I. linll, II. Croft, Ii. livin-l1:ti't, I.. Htilmliznwl, I.. llvn. G. Catwy. VV, lirzinn- svliwt-itr C. RI:n'tt-n, VV. Sc'l1mrlc'i'. U Hurt. Eighth row: .I. lflrinnixtnn, Il. Ainlrows, VI. W'it'lwslwi'g:, li. cilIIlIlllllljJ,'H,.I,. Vhzingli, li. IIOIIHVIIII XY. Mtynlllvr. YV. Stvttl. II. limit-ss, D. Zittluw, ll. Yunng, H. Siiiimisnii. II, linlnit-. .I. Pnnls. li. INI:n'sli:ill. I.. NIYTIIIQPIIII. W. I'It nlsinrtn. Ninth row: .I. Slittpztrtl. .I. t':n'pt'ntt-i', S. Svlinlwt-i't. t'. Blvivr. t'.Stnl1l. li, Ilvpp. if StIll1IlltxI'4. t'. tlntt-nlmt im-in IJ. Xvlstni. ID. Kltttt. Inipnrtztnt zu-tivitic-s mwttpic-tl tln- c-c-ntvi' ol' iiitviwtst for . . . . 4-H iiivlnlwrs ul' tlitt -I-II Blum- Slnvltl Club. Inf-lntlvtl in tlns IJI'OgI'21Il1 WtIl'0I full and spring 1-annping trips at tliv Wis- t-onsin llc-llsg sclttuitf clznn-ing :intl siinilzn' l'Ot'l't'21tltJll, it part of 1-zwli wgtilui' nieetingg: at 1'tn'ul art slum' wlntfli was lictlcl at tliv I'nion: and XYvlvui1iv. CIIIYISTIHIIH, :intl Sond- tIl4l' pztrtivs. .Intlgtst1v:i,lti:i.tt- :tn 4-ntry in thec-lnli'si't1r:tl:n't slum-. Tllftlllgll tlic-so aivtivitios tlni 1-lnli Stl'tIX't' to stininlzitc' fvllt.mwsliip uiinnigg l'l1l'2ll yuntli wlio w01'0 wfwkiiig ItIXYiIl'tI iiiip1'm'1-liittlit ut' 1'tn'nl living. tIpptn'tniiity lm' lvztclt-1'sliip ninng t-lnlm nit-inlwrs mis ntilixcttl lmy tlw plziy pwsviittttl .- lll tliv spring ul tllv yt'ill'. .Xn nppnrttniity to olusttiwt- zu'- tnztl vmitlitioiis wits p1'ovitlt-tl Ivy tliv c-luli wlion it took ffw its extviisitm trip to at svlvt-tt-tl vnnnty wliortt clisvtissioii and i'0t-wzttimi XYtxl'O liQiI'tlll'tItI. The lilnti Sliivltl C'lnli wats ul'gziiiizw.l nt tlir- t111ix'tti'sity in ISI54. Slitwtly ul't01'itswgatiiixzttinii it nnittttl witli tlitt H -I-H C'lnli sin:-v tlic-ro was at gre-:it clcuil ul' SllllIl2ll'lIy Iw- twvvn tlwil' pnrposvs zinfl IIllt'l'txSlS. Otht-ws lui' tlio nnitotl t'llllJS WtIl'tII Allan liringti, tliv prc-sitlctlit: liill IIIlllGSt'lll1tNt'll, tlit- lirst vit-v-pn-sitlt-lit: wa:-tiiitl vit-ti-p1'vsitl0i1t: I31ll'lJ11I'll ISOIIIIOKIY, stir-1'Qtz11'y: :intl tlnrtlnn Nlztrtvn. tliv Il'P2lilll't'I'. nntl clisvttssimi wits also pi'm'itlvtl. Ihuiiiattit' tiliility ii- N l ,g r 1" - . - gg. 4-ti'i'c.'pmnl1i1g First row, left to right: I". Ri11gle. H. Reishus, D. wvtlllil'I'. T. Kussow, B. clilllllll, N. Ha111se11. Second row: O. Wirth. J. loh 11111cs li Xi 11111 1.11, B. Slll1llllEI1, F. Oemig. Third row: D. liflllllliih G. cl0I'il0ll, C. Gl1lCI1lDl'l'gl'l', VV. Tl1lC'SC'Ill10SLxI1. Fourth row: R. Rudisill P Pottc11to11 Il .XIl4l0I'SOI1, J. Brey, li. rllfblllll. Fifth row: J. Pt,-tc-1's. M. H2LSt'lltt. D. St:111l1. l. O111tvwlt. li. Sr'l1w:1ll. Sixth row: J. T'l00p0I'. t L11 4 N ll 111s The Ag1'ic'11ltl11'z1l Studi-11t C'o1111c'il is the 1'v-orgallized student g0Ve1'11111e11t loody i11 the College of .-Xg1'ic'11lt111'e. Its Il1GI11l3Ql'Sl'llp 1-o11sists of two 1'0p1'esc-11tz1tivvs f1'o111 vac-l1 of the sixteen o1'gz111ize1l 1'll1lDS O11 the ilgl'lC'lllllll'0 1'z1111p11s. Tho HOIll0-l'lC'fJllflIl1lf'S st11cle11ts are 11o lUllg3Q!'l' i111'l11decl i11 the c'ou11c-il's 1110111l1c-1'sl1ip. lt was fell that il i'o1111eil ex- clusive to k1gI'li'l1llllI'0 Slll1l0lllS would ll0ll1I'l' I'0pI'0Sl'l1f the interests of the st11clv11ts i11 the tield. The voum-il st1'i1'c-s to IJITJIHOTG a vloser 1-1-l11tio11sl1ip he- twee11 st11do11ts amd fur-lllty of the dep111't111e11ts i11 the College of 4hg1'lt'lllllll'!'. lt also Works to sti11111late and p1'o111ot0 all wo1'tl1-wl1ile vollege activities XYl1lf'll will ad- v:111c'e the i11te1'vsts 0l'fl10Sllltl6l1tS, far-ulty 111111 the college. The activities for the year i11c'l11flecl: the .-Xg1'ic'11ltu1'e Mid-WVi11te1'lSa1llg elf-c'tio11 ofthe Little lllf0l'll2Ll1l0ll2Ll queen 2LllCl a sopho111o1'o 1111111 to the Country ihI2Lg2LZlIl0 hoard of t'0llll'0lQ the Ag1'i1'11lt111'z1l Student C'o1111c'il l"111'11lty han- quetl and Z1 p1'og1'z1111 cl0sig11ed to z1tt1'z1cAt 111o1'v students to the College of .Xg1l'l4'lllllll'P at the 1111i1'e1'sity. The t'Ol1l1- eil also SIJOllS0l'Oll sales of ,Kg-uvtivity fee r'z11'cls wl1ic'h pre- pziy the vost of SlllDNf'l'lIJll0llS to Co1111t1'y ihliLg.I2lZlll0, 1119111- l1c-1'ship i11 EL c'l11l1 Oll the tLgLl'lf'llltLll'0 c'z1111p11s, Zlllll spo11so1'- ship of the 111iml-wi11tc-1' llilll. The officers of the voum-il for this yvzu' 11'e1'e: Thomas liussow, p1'esicl011t: ll:11'olcl lieishus, Vive-p1'esirlv11t: B. .l. Clo11li11, S6C'1'Pl21l'f'I illlll lJ1'2lll Vlvzilker, ll'02lSl1l'0l'. 72 Agricultural Student Council fffij 5255 M. ..,,,,. L J Alpha Zeta Alpha Zvtzl, un honorary i1g.fl'lt'l1lil1l'2il l'ra1tt-rnity organ- izvd to 1'0f'0glllZt' st-holzlrship, t-l1z1l'zn-tm' and lvadolsliip among students in tho fivld, was loundod ut tho l'niV0rsity of lVisi'onsin in lfltlo, Sin:-o thvn 2ll1ll0Sf 1,000 outstand- ing 21gl'lC'Lllll1I'0 stualonts l1:1x'o lic-on gin-n lnolnlwrsliip. This year 21 l211'gC lmzilnnxot und l'i'l0lll'21tl0ll was hold in connnegnorzition of lizilwot-li c'l1z1ptor's golclon zuniivorsary. ln addition the group hold at rvunion lJ2llll1l1l'l in the fall to honor active lll0llll'30l'S and alumni. Gordon hlarton I 1-hanvellor, lod tht- group. llzirold liolnpon was tho censor. First row, left to right: A. Zininiornizm, K. xrfillillltlll. l'l. Tobin, lil. ll. lVI:n'th, H. lit-mpt-n. G. Marti-n. H. Slnnnls, J. llt-nning, VV. I". VVotlin, ll. D. liruhn. Second row: li. A. .Xlu'ons, W. Thic- Si'llllllSl'l1, J. VVcisht-nnm', C. Ualstlc- 1 -- v lwrg, Cn. Nlf'lSl'Il, li.. W. Ahrons, li. Xvwinxui, H. Rt-ishus. li. Rzult-s, l. OIlll,Y'l'lll. D. VW-ssloy, VV. lin-t-iiv, lf. Stove-rlncr, P Stungol. Babcock Dairy Science Established in l"elu'l1z11'y, 1022, with ll. ll. SUIHIIICI' first acting c-hairinan, thc- liulmcock Dairy St-ionc-v Club was founded on c-annpus to further kllowltwlgo of the dairy industry. lffforts to an-liiuvo the rlulfs purposes invludvd sponsoring guest speakers :incl discussion sossions during their monthly meetings, and linzxncing tho inter-collegiate dairy judging teznn to represent Wisconsin at other col- lege stock shows. A spring llllllllllfll honoring seniors was held in May. Oflic'ol's were l'r0sidvnt William Breene, XYlK'6-l,I'6Sld0l1lf Glvn llic-key, 'l'rmsurcr Irv Johnson. First row, left to right: J. XVvint-r, li. Surprisv, li. liwolw, l. Johnson, G. llit-lqvy, li. Volilkt-n. Second row: li. Klug, M. C2lI'Il10flY, I.. lilolnns-. J. Suntlin, F. llzirris, ID. lfcnsk. ll. Suu- st-n. Dr. M, Owrannli, Ur. M. 'fulit-slr. J. liI'0lll'lllM'l"lf. Third row: F. Tor- gorson, VV. IIQLIISCII, M. Mzzrslmll, I.. liirkholtz, IJ. Fislivr, li. CllI'lFlK'llFOIl, P. YVl'llll'I', S. lillingslon, C. IiI'lllQK'I'. 73 Poultry Club A turkey pic-king bee, 21 poultry hour and u lmrbeque started off the season's aetivities for the lfniversity ot' Vlviseonsin Poultry Club this year. Additional uetivities ineluded il Christmas party, several out of town meetings, and un annual spring pienie. The poultry elub was the first organization to introduee exhibits at the lfarm and Home lVeek. It has been uc-tive in doing this sinee 1947. Leading the proup in these zu-- tivities were: IJHXVZIYIIQ Kohnke, presidentg Joseph Her-li. viee-president: and Curl Anneur, seeretary-treasurer. FFA The XVisc-onsin eollogiate l"l"A ehapter was organized in 1937. Eligibility for nieinbership is open to any fornier nieniber or to those training for LL Voc-ation in agrieultural teaehing. The ehapter holds meetings on the seeond Thursday of every nionth. Leading the group this year were: Robert Newnian, the presidentg John Hooper, the viee-presidentg Ronald Larson, the seeretziry, and Ric-hard Blaeknion, the treat- surer. lfueulty advisors for the group during the yeur were: Dr. George Sledge und Dr. YVulter Bjorulier. First row, left to right: R. VVigglesworth, H. Johnson, J. Marks, VV i lx, en, F Mc C uh n R I lx X lferg. H. Wvuterwortli. Second row: W. Sl'l11'0K'll9l', G, Sledge. li. I L cclxl Y hfllfllhfll ll lgllilxlllflll NIWVIIIILII. R. Larson, J. Peters, W. lijorfrker, B. Thiesenhusen. Third row VV lxoz nc G Xu lson H Pu ll R. Sanieressig, D. VVzrlker, L. Kruhn. P. Hormig, H. Austmnn. J. Apps Vl P1 mtt C' St John First row, left to right: P. Hzigvn. W. VVigglt-sworth, I". Iiorqwzrrtlt, I.. Brown, .I. Dopp, IC. Stt'Vt"I'I110I'. I.. Ron, T. Dnesler. Second row P. Hartwig, Ii. Rviiu-r, D. Henning, U. Pnfzilil, D. Olson. U. Iizizuwlsvtli. IQ. Hnglnt-S, G. Callin, li. Cotanwli, .I. Topvl. Third row: D. Mvycr N. Hzinsvn, Ii. lxfllbllfllth N. Bnsso. li. VVuln'1n:in, B. Frit-xv, I. Ointvoflt, .I. Conlin. R.P. Nivtlc-1'ni0iQ1'. li. Hcpp, .I. Bnrgy, D. SC'llOI11lJ0l'g Fourth row: M. Ross, T. Zwottlvr. IC. Rnpnow. Ii. Ehrko, .I. Allxiwwlit, li. Pvelilv. A. Bringv, N. liobothon, M. Hzivlw, .I. Rezirtlin, C. Gntvn berger, C. Krzmemer, li. Snuddcn. T. Bruunt-r. Fifth row: A. Remington, E. llOllllt1l', B. Knnzer, T. Bc-rxnzin, C. Hutchins, D. Thompson R. Hzirtzvll, J. lN'ICC':1rvillv, .I. .Ioh:nnnfS. D. Svliwzill, K. Clnppvrt. U. Hurt, R. .Xln'0nS, S. B:nir, H. Roislins. Saddle 81 Sirloin The loc-al Club of at national livcstovk orgzinizzition, Surldlv and Sirloin 1-oinpletvfl its 36th year of promoting nnderstznicling and stroking ZIIISXYGFS to prolileins in this held. Oflit-01's Irvin Ointvmlt, presitlvntg Billy lfriezv, Vive-p1'0si4lc-iitg Norman Bnssv, SPt'l't'liLl'yI .loo Conlin, t1'9z1si11'm', und advisors Bob Bray ancl lioli Nlt'tl0l'l1lGlf'l', lvtl the group in its monthly nivvtings untl st-liccltilvcl nvtivitios. These int-ludcd l"z1ll Roundup, an introrlur-tory mixer nt Pivnit' Point wlivrv stuclvnts in tho fitilcl got 2lt'flllilllll'l3d with thv lluitilty, bus trips to the Wutvrloo, Iowa, Dairy Czlttlv Congress and the Intc-rnationztl lrivostovk ltlxpo- sition zit Cliic-ago. Meiiihc-rs i'op1'0soi1tc-cl lYisr-onsin at Vztrions c-ontvsts tliroughout tho IIS. lay sponsoring judg- ing teains. The Little .Illl0l'llilllOll2ll l.ix'0stot-k show in lXIiLI't,'l1 simulated the Chit-ago oxhilmit, rind thc- Alllllltll Spring Picnic rounclvd out tl10i1'sociz1l l'21l0lltli1l'. Mvvtings int-ludvcl talks by loanling inon in the livvstot-k intlustry. 75 Ag-Economic Society l"oi'11ivml iii Blzirwli of l5l5-1, the Agl'ir'l1lturzil-lil-mloiuim-s Srwivty is 21 1H0llllNll' of illll Sillfllllli svvlioii ol' ilu' .Xmc11'i- c-:ui l'lill'Ill lfcioiiuliiivs Assoc-iutirmii. 'l'l11'uugl1 ils zu-tivitivs thc' vlulm pmvimlvs 21 iiivaiis ul' 4'4Jlli2li'T lwtwfxeil lliv stuflvnt :md lllfl liutimml 2lSSOi'l2lli0ll :md llllSlll0SS worlml. Club lwiclws lliis ye-iii' wc-rc: liia-lmrfl Hiulisill. pwsimlviil: Jzu-k .ltlllilllllllx X'l1'il-IJl'llSifl0lli. uml John Vlzitus, sm-i'vl:11'y. Badger Crops and Soils First row, left to right: .l. Iiriurgm-V, l". Olruig. J. Olson, D. lljiimn- luddin. Second row: S. Pai.1itl11':1sIill'a, Mr. Siitlliiilbliill, J. .lolm.l1r1eS. D. Alplionsv. J. FI'Cl'kIIlilIl. Mr. li. C'lmiiuS. Third rowri C'. Custlcl- lnwg, B. xxvlliil R Pilml, li. :XliI'l'l1F, C. A4'lliIll'l', B. lrlwziiwls, P. Sukdi. 76 Tho liziclgm' Crop and Soils Club was estzilxlishvd at xViSC'UllSlIl in 1955 iOSiiII1lll2li0 iiitorosl in zigmiioliiic- work zuiiong c-ullogf? si llilf'lltS and to i'0SUxl' El spirit of cmmpviutimi :uid livlpliullioss zuiimig stiulvnts in soils amd zigzgimimuy. Aimuzil field trips and tliv ziiuiuzxl vmivoiitimis of the .Xiiicwii-ziii Soc-ivty of Agimimiiy arc- zuiifmg its air-tivitivs. This yvzu"s ui'lif'0i's werc llvury Si-ln'oeclel', prosidoiitg Carl fil1l0lliDQ1'gC'l', x'ic'c1-pwsiclf-lit: liolwwt Rvzun, SC'1'l'l'- tary, :xml Max Ilzxsvliv, t1'mlsi11'01'. First row, left to right: R. :hllKil'l'S0ll. H. Kvinpvii. Dr. l'l.l,. 1C11glvlw1't. H. Sc'l11'or-mlm-i', M. Hxnsvlw. M.J. Wiiglit. P. PCJitlxI'Il12lIl, Ii. Iii:-lrlmrrlt. Second row: ll. l'I1'if'kS0u, J. Toiiiav, l.. Brown, K. Nc-lsou, J. Mitrliell, S. limlkv, li. Mamtlio. Third row: R. Kroftzi, C. Nehls, J. Ifiuiiz, lil. Straigslniirg, IJ. Spziiigoxilwig, Dmzil, H. Wigglvswortli, P. Hzwtwig. Fourth row: D. Sfmilm, H. Szuiorussig, H, l3:wi'sc'l1. G. Millilxll, li. IirilZm:u1, M. Pzilnicfr, W. Pvclmlvs, lf. Hiclenlgo. Ng ,f 3 Phi Upsilon Cmicron Nine otlieers led the members of Phi Upsilon Oniiceron, a sorority for students majoring in home economies. These otfivers were: Carolyn Giessel, presidentg Edith Roberts, vic'e-presidentg Donna Olstad, rec-ording ser-retaryg Bernice Mateir-ka, c-orresponding S6f'l'0l211'yQ Margaret U'C'onnell, treasurerg liuth Klingelhofer, m-haplaing Ruth Bird, Candle editorg Anne Ilarder, social c-hairman, and Gretchen Lowe, librarian. Through activities and mutual work the members strove to advanc-e and promote home ec-onomies on the univer- sity campus and within the sc-hool. In September they began their schedule by eo-sponsoring a chocolate hour to welcome new students. Outstanding students in home economies were honored in November at Phi Upsilon O- mif-ron's Honor Tea. The new dean of women, Martha Peterson was the speaker at the dinner given for new ini- tiates in November. At Christmas ac-tivities c-entered a- round the making of handic-rafts to be sold at a bazaar. First row, left to right li M iteicki C Iona M O Conn: ll B Pnsons, R. Bird. Second row: R. lic-bholz, D. Olstad, IC. Wagner, C. Gussml H C1 Lmel Ix Bc ich 1- Robots Third row C Peru S Butts, K. Reinbotb. P. .Xndringa, N. Nc-wing, J. Stoltenberg, L. Knaak, I Xlllglli N SQLVIL, C Iii Fourth row I lxrohn X Ioidhun J. Russell, D. Marling, G. Mvlienzie, li. Robertson, J. Oestreieh, f sh A fgy Hr 77 Omlcron Nu H111i1'1'1111 X11 is, hy1l11Ii11ili1111, 1111 h11111m1'111'y s111-i11Iy whi1'h 1'e1'11g11ix11s 1111i1i11Ve1111111t 11111111151 h1111111-1111111111111ists. l"111iow- ing 1'h11 1'11l11 of the 11111i111111l 111'g1111iz11ti1111 il 1'111ph11siz11s SL'i1Ui2ll'SililJ, l1'111ie11'ship 111111 1'11s11111'1-h. A high point 1.111 its Siillfx of 111'1iviti11s w11s tho 1'l1111'11111t11 h11111' for st111l1111ts ill ililllllx 1-1-111111111i1-s. U111i111'1111 Nll 1-11- sp1111s111'111i th11 11V1111t. Ufii1-111's this y11111' w111'11: Ruth Kli11g11ll111i'1-1', p1'11si1i1111t3 fiXVl'llll Wilson, vi1-11-p1'11si1l1111l3 J11y1-Q Riissvll, s111-1'11T111'y. st111 Euthenics First row, left to right: M, O'C'11111111ll M. l'IV:111s, C. Givssvi, J. K1-lI1'y. C' S1,11W:11'1. Second I'OWI KI. J11l111s1111 J. R11ss1-Il, Y. lJ111l1'i1'ks, R. liliiigvl- h11f111'. fl. 1111111-, G. Wviisoii. IC. Cihnp- Ii11LI1. Third row: !B11t1,s, P.'.X111l- 1'111g11, P. Ih11-ss1311, In. lX'Il'i'2Ll'ilIl, J C711hl1111tz, INT. J. VVyli11. A. W:1l1l111'i' J. K1'11l111. i'illii1Gllil'S, il 112111 111' the 1'11ll11g11 1hx'1s11111 111 ii10rxIll1'l'l4'2lll , . II111111- Inc-11111111111-s , Xss111-111l11111, IH 11ls11 11f'hh11t1-11 with 1h1' Wis1'1111si11 H1111111 1111-111111111i1's Ass111'i111i1111. Itst1'i1'11s111p1-11- 11111l11 p1'11f11ssi111111l 11llil111l11s 111111 i11l111'11sts, to Nil2ll'C' with 11th1'1's 1 '1 1 ' 1 thc X 1l111 111 1h1 p1'11f11ssi1111. 111111 to t11k1- 1h11 first 1 t11w111'1l p1'11f11ssi111111l 1'1'1:11g11iti1111. 0ffi11111's this y1-111' w111'11: B111'11i1111 KI11t11i1'k11. p1'11si1l1111tg , . . S1111 Z1111lh1111', vi1'11-p1'11si1l1-111: 5il1l'i1'y II11dle1', 1'1'1-1111111115 s1-1'1'1-t'11'V -11111 ii'll'0i St-1hl, 1'111'1'11sp11111ii11g ser-1'11t111'y. 1 1 ,1- 1 1 78 First row, left to right: M. M11ll1-11. lf. Giossvl, C. i'iI'iil'I'. Cf F11ssl1:1g1-, ll. Yam .fXkke1'1111, Cf .XiJK'Ilki1'0Th. J. c'iiiIl.lll'ii, M. Iilotz. Second row: J. IiILil'S, J. Thompsmi. C. Stahl. X. XXvi'iSSC', B. iVIIl.tCif'k2L, li. R11hh11iz, Mrs. O. H111- 1'i1'k, Miss li. H11lt1e1', C. S1f11lli1111, J. Waldvogvl. Third row: IC. B:1ss1-tt, M. A1111-1111. Ii. M2LQ'iJl', C. i311t1111111, li. Russvll. D. Ii1'11111111'. N. ciiii7l'l'i. Ii. OCFil'iC'il. M. VV1-11t111'f. H. i5111'sT11w. .X. Kropf. P. .'Xll4il'llS. I. Lilliqiiisl. li. Owens. Fourth row: G. P111-11. K. C11111111i11gs. IJ. ixil0I1l'11. J. Zivk, G. Ii2L1'fi.gl1l1iS, L. M11ttiso11. P. M111's1-, N. Bc1'c111l. li. Ht. C'l11i1', X. M1111ll1-1', B. L111i111', IC. l"i11l11y, G. Oglv. K. R:1lph, M. 1":I'il'iiN4lll. First row, left to right: O. VVi1'tl1, P. l'il'i'llI1ll. ID. l,l1XlJlll'j', vi1-1-- lJI't'SillQIlf, li. Tl1o1'sl1:1kke11, p1'6?Sill0Ilf, J. K:1is111', M. H:1j:1g1111:1l, R. K111111111ly, s0c'1'12t:z1'y-11'1+:1s111'1'1'. Second row: C. VVill1111', M. Yuuli, R. Giesoi-, N. Cz11'111111ly. C. Cluristiainsoii, D, Anmto, J. 15l1l'2LIl, Slllllfllll 1'1111111'il 1'11p1'eS1'11f:Lfiv0, J. Sl11'1l1l011. First row, left to right: .I. Muvriiig, L. Stizirigvl, D. H:1mm111'l:1, li. Klohu. Second row: ID. li. 1VlOII1IIlSl'Il, V. K1'1111zig111', C. C'l11'is- ti:111So11, R. G0llh:L1'11t, VV. .l12LII1b6l'l, K. Klohli, IJ. K1'1JeS. Third row: B. F1'111f1', G. B:11'1am1l, L. Tj'I14', T. Ri1'htQ1', Ii. Sailzvr. Food Technology 'l'h1'110 hzmsiv zivtivifivs lillod the s1'h11d11l11 nl' 11v1-111s i'1m1 1111-111lme1's of tho ,l'i0Oil 'l'111'l1110l11gy Clluh this y11z11'. Tlivy w111'11: Dlvvlillgs with 1'1'p1'11s1111tz1tiY1-s of i111l11sl1'y: 1'1Wi11w- i11gg11l'110w 11111x'i11s deziling with f11111l t111'l11111l11gy::11111sp1+11- s1m1'i11g 1'l11l1 p1'11j1-1-ts whivh p1'1111111l111l tl1ofi1+l1i. 'l'h11i1' 1111-111- ings were h11l1l Iilflllfllly. 0fli1'01's who lfxfl the g1'1111p ill those 111-tiviti1-s1x'111'11: Holm- 1'1'I 'l'l11m1'shzLkl11111, p1'11si1l1111tg D1-1111 lJl1Xl3llI'j', vi1'0-p1'1-si- ClI'lll7 :uid liillllllfl lx111111111ly, ser-1'1-I:11'y-t1'11z1s111'111'. Alpha Phi Omega A s111'Vi1-1- f1'11f1:1'11iity, Alpha Phi fllllixgil 1-111111111111 its ill- 1111'11sts a1'o11111l spo11s111'i11g 211111 1-z11'1'yi11g out s111'x'i1'11 111-11- jc-1-ts. 1111-111111111 ill these 111-tivitivs w111'11 p111'ti1'ip11ti1111 iii 1'z1111p11s vhest, the hl111m1l fll'iVG, illlil the 011gi1111111'i11g expo- sition. Ill tho spring they held 21 1'z11'11111' 1'1111f111'11111-11 fm' 1-x- pl111'111' svouts. Ill additimi to this Zl C'l11'ist111z1s party was l11-l1l for 1'1'ippl111l 1-hil1i1'1-11. Ul'li1'01's f1m1' the year w111'11: H1111 fi1Jllh21l'1ll, the p1'1Ni- 110111, and Viv lil'0l1ZigOl', the Vi1'11-p1'11si1l1211l. 79 Students in the Sr-hool of Commerce have now had a full year in which to enjoy the wonderful facilities of the new Commerce building, with its -10 classrooms, including auditoriums, labs, and seminar rooms. Sinee the building can accommodate more than 1500 students at one time, other departments of the University, whose own quarters are overcrowded, were able to make use of spare rooms. The administrative staff, headed by Dean Erwin Gaum- nitz, were very pleased with their bright new oflir-es, which were quite a change from their previous 3.t'f'Oll1I11Od2LtlO11S. Dean Ifrwi n Gaumnitz 80 School of Commerce ,4,,,.. wil!- ,M ,,.,,..w First row, left to right: F. Powell, F. Halverson, N. Wachtl, J. Homme, F. Strelow, H. Zill- mann, V. Mevlemans, J. Valaske. Second row: R.. Weitz, P. Boesel, B. Dibb, Dr. J. Wrage, IJ. Bomberg, Prof. R. Andrews, K. Lindow, R. Labbott. A. Korbel. Third row: E. Verstegen, A. Fowler, B. Bouvin, D. Kaske, R. Heinemann, R. Green, A. Chapman, T. Allen. F. Watter- son, G. Hollenberger. Fourth row: G. Vnderwood, J. Micldel, D. Koepsel. R. Havel, G. Schock- mel, lf. Schuh, T. Griesback, J. Anderson. Alpha Kappa Psi, the first and oldest business frater- nity, was founded nationally in 1904 at the School of Com- merce, Accounting, and lfinance at New York l'nix'ersity, and has been on this campus since HJ23. The objects of Alpha Kappa Psi are to further the individual welfare of its members, to foster scientific re- search in the fields of commerce, accounting, and finance, to educate the public to appreciate and demand higher ideals therein, and to promote and advance in institutions of college rank, courses leading to degrees in business ad- P ' ministration. The fraternity has a placement service to assist gradua- ting seniors and alumni members to make desirable busi- ness connections. A business personnel directory, with photographs and qualifications of members, is distributed to over 2,000 leading business firms. Also, the chapter sponsors professional programs with outstanding speakers from the business and education worlds to speak to the chapter members. Field trips, the Spring Sweetheart Dance, and the Homecoming Alumni Smorgasbord were also held. 82 Society for Advance- ment of Management The Soeiety for Advaneement of Klztnztgeinent. better known as SAM, was founded in 151537 to uid students in learning the inner workings of industry and management. It helps members learn new teehniques and proeedures in management, and aequaints them with eompanies where there are possible job opportunities. To learn more about industrial management, it spon- sored a field trip to Chieago, loeal field trips in Madison, and a dinner meeting with the senior Madison SAM ehapter. They have been led by Charles lforsberg, president: John Boesel, viee-president: James Homme, SUt'I'Pi21l'y. First row, left to right: li. Josephson, ltl. Strtttz, lfl. lietloque, J. l'fonnne, l'rot'essor ll. Kulwly, U. Foresberg, J. lioessel, M. Krebs, T. Grimstttd. lt. fiiI'2Lt'SSli.l, l". llttlverson, J. liztgneski. Second row: D. Wagner, W, Wahl, .X. fit'tl,t't3, ld. Laing, T. Sexton, J. l.in- dem, lt. ltueivrtnsky, ll. Koepsel, K. ltlztiler, J. l,Otltl.l1tl0, J. lirown. li. lDoekendorll'. Third row: S. lwcliier- non, X. Jostrul, lt. Heronemus. lf. St-huh, .l. Fineh. J. Grotlirius, G. l'n- derwootl, J, Middel, lt. lieppen, C. .Xnderson, VV. llrunnn, R. Sehowen- gerdt, J. Xeu. Finance Society .-Xtliliated with the .Xmeric-an lfinanee Assoeiation and organized at the l'niversitv of Wiseonsin in lfebruary, 1948, lfinanee Soeiety was extremely aetive. To promote greater interest and understzuiding of the field of finanee was the main purpose of' the group. In order to realize this goal monthly meetings were held at whieh prominent men in the field of finanee spoke. The trip to the Midwest Stoek lixeluinge in Chit-ago provided an opportunity for the members to observe the operation of a large exchange besides providing at short vaeation from their studies. l'rofessor lfrank firaner was the faeulty advisor for the Soeietyg C. llielmrd Oldenburg presided. First row. left to right: Adkins. Crooks. unknown. Korbel. Sehnett. Second row: unknown. l.e:ith. Vliilkens. unknown, Peterson. unknown, Samuels, unknown, unknown. Third row: Prof, Morton. lloughertv. unknown. Oldenburg. Prof. tlr:tner. lit-ller, Gt-ske. Sehmitke, lili- lers, l,und:i. Slettlnntl. Carolyn. Fourth row: Pike. unknown, VV:ill:iee, Grose- niek, lirognn. Joyee. Bleek. llziles. Vtttlizuikn. unknown. unknown, VV:i- lvnnkai, Curley. unknown. Sekroettor. Fifth row: Weinberg. Paul, unltnown, Johnson. unknown. Iinuer. Mztehn- sinke. lnirsen. Xllltlll. unknown. Me- Clnin. 83 , ,4 First row, left to right: .I. 'l':111o1-11, Y. Cross, li. P00111 1.. X1-lson L . ll 111131111 . -"' 10 H ' NI , . X1 11 s , I.'NI11g1 lt. Second row. 1 15111011 17. 1ii1'l1111r111c1, M. .1K'llSOIl, 13. I,K'l0l'Sl1Il. Miss G 1,i11s. 15. 1il10IlZ1. S. 1N1t'1ll'Ill'2l.Il1fJ, .1. C'11:1m1wir'k, .1. 11cwwi1111 Third row: S. 171111-1'ih, M. Sl,2lVlf'1i, li. C:1y01', G. 11o1s'11 1. 1.U1it'lI, M. :1ill1l!lIIl4l1't', U. Gulnriiig, lNI. hlrzis-1'. P. Gocfz K. 1":1.1'1'is, G. llzirvy. Fourth row: K, VVciss, 15. Si'llI'ill11i0l M. Ml1j'l11l2llK'l'. 15. 13:11'g11o1lz, NI. c11'K?ll1lVWJ01l, C. Holvn 17. 110l'l1IIl. S. 1N1:1H-In-ws, Nl. liossi. 'QQ' ii ""C? 32" K' 'l'o p1'o111ot0 tho 4'1111sv of higher 17l1S1ll0SS ed11c'11ti011 and l1'11i11i11g for 1111 XVOIIIOII, to fosfm' high ideals for women 111 1111si111-ss f'2LI'00I'S, to 0Ill'UllI'iLg0 l'1'uto1'11ity and ccooperation Zllllibllg thusv WOIIIOII, 111111 to 0IN'0llI'i1gf' the spirit of uu- sc-lfish llllillllllllxlll of thm-sv goals 1111- the aims of Phi Chi 'l11lt'i1l. It is il 1111111111111 vo111111o1'c'1- l'I'211G'l'I1lfY for college wo111c11. '1'hc'i1' I't'ffC'IJl10Il for Miss l,0l1'I'SOl1 was one of the Social highlights of tho yl'2ll'. Iivsidvs the l'0l'Pp11Oll. the party ut l'111'ist11111s 211111 I'llS1I1llg 11c'tix'itivs kc-pt the group active. l3111'1v11v 1,010I'SUll XY21S11lU 19513-57 p1'vsic1011tg assisting hm' was liigf-1111145 Kllllll, vivo-p1'csi11011t. 84 Beta Alpha Psi National professional accounting fraternity, Beta Alpha Psi, continued to meet twice monthly this year, alterna- ting regular hnsincss meetings with dinner business meet- ings at Madison restaurants. Professor li. J. Blakely from the School of Commerce ac-ted as faculty advisor to the fraternity. Members of the l'niversity of Wisconsin Sigma chapter of Beta Alpha Psi elected their officers this fall. They were Gerald Polansky, president, David Menzel, vice-presi- dent, Dwain Tanke, secretary, Lowell Lenz, treasurer: and Paul Mechler, assistant secretary. Business this year centered around planning for the national convention next September of the American Accounting Association. Members of this chapter will act hosts during the convention activities. Social highlights on the calendar this year were the annual Homecoming luncheon at the Cuba club and the spring formal. They even played intra-mural softball. First row, left to right: Mr. Mills, Prof. Blakely, P. Meeh- ler, L. Lenz, J. Polansky, D. Menzel, D. Tanke, Prof. Gib- son, Prof. Lynn. Second row: R.. Evans, M. Reitz, D. Schmitt, J. Sellers, W. Merrill. R. Elmer, D. Carlson, G. Reimer. Third row: L. Louden, N. Wolff, K. Houeh, N. Glaeden, J. Kositzke, T. Rust, D. Parlow. Fourth row: lff. Jolmson, W. March, K. Hammer, J. Boy, D. Finnane, G. Sorenson. Fifth row: D, Messner, H. Pfefferkorn, VV. Heins, G. La.Valley, G. Barry, T. Dolohanty, J. Rausehl, R. Hanson. Sixth row: T. Moore, R. Howard, T. Bra- zeau, M. Wendorf, D. Gresenz, J. Engel, K. Williams, J. Hepaal, T. Adler, B. Reinhold, E. Benson, D. Repaal, K. Lindow, P. Knutson. 85 I n S u n i iresideng Altfforlqell and Viee-President Jisn Dtfolenian picscn er ie c un at the Rational Illtlllcllltl, So eiety's exhibition. The University of VVisconsin Insurance Society was or- ganized in 1948 under the direction of Dr. C. C. Center, CLU, to raise the standards of interest, performance, and ethics in the profession of insurance. The membership now numbers 115, the largest of the commerce organi- zations. This year, a newsletter telling about the society events and containing a list of graduating members, was sent to many insurance companies, insurance men, and alumni. The year started with a banquet in Great Hall, spon- sored by the Life General Agents and hlanagers Associa- tion of YVisconsin. Field trips were taken to Continental Insurance Co. in Chicago and Hardware Mutuals in Ste- vens Point. Each month a guest speaker in the insurance business gave the members a practical view of insurance a career, and the spring picnic was the last big event of the year. f Officers were: Al Korbel, president, Jim Coleman, vice-president, lien Lane, secretary. First row, left to right: C. Hortsch, N. Nordeen, R. Nelson, lj. Poorbough, J. Coleman, K. Lane, A. liorbel, C. Center, P. Rogan, F. Gaum- nitz, R. Heins, W. Bickwell, W. Mitchell. Second row: R. Paul, R. Breitriek, N. Collins, O. Wvtll't', P. Cobabc, S. Mathews, M. Rosci, F. Gehrig, T. Halverson, B. Brebm, C. Simmons, G, Hansen, H. Zillman. Third row: Larson, D. Oldenburg, W. Stacey, F. Renz, J. Scharer, G. Gilson, R. Giesfeldt, W. Behling, R. Rohm, B. Duckert, D. Bartelson, R. Farley, R. Reuter, H. Larson. Fourth row: E. Zegurowicz, F. Steele, J. Sloan, C. Burhop, F. Kramer, R, Wegenke, R. Lankota, J. Darling, T. Himmenthal, J. Peters, J. Stevens, D. Peters, F. Watter- son, D. Derfus, D. Miller, J. Watts, T. Grote. Fifth row: G. Guinn, T. Nolan, J. Anderson, F. Cassidy, S. Horman, J. Barnes, E. Rudnick, D. Feder, B. Simkowski, R. Slaby, W. Cors, D. Kirsehling, E. Thompson, G. Gilbert. Sixth row: F. Olson, H. Kling, D. Spletter, J. Cum- mings, W. Murray, J, Pamperin, S. MacLean, G. Wertheimer, J. Reesman, D. English, D. Sneider, F. Foye, J. Kill, "wg-.qs Q ' 4 First row, left to right: L. T111- w:11'tl1:1. T. Iil'llC'gIOI', IJ, Tub- 111:1.11, J. live, IC. XYt'I'IlU1', Y. lXIl'l1ll'1llIlIlS, TNI. Slillliliy IJ. Pc- ll'l'SlJIl, C'. B11tn1:111. Second row: A. iSC'llWC'C'l'S, J. hT11rpl1y, .l. IJIL- vis. ll. D111rl111e1', D. ll:1.11s4'11, J. Vvilzislw, A. Clvsmn, T. Cries- l1:11'h, A. Glxuitler. ll. l'utt1't-ll, M. Jr-ssvii. C. IJllK'llllUlZ. Third row: J. XVLISFOXV, YY. T,4'l0l'S0ll. T. '1Jll0I'l'Sf'l1. C. Pl'0l'liIl0XV. J. Illc-ll. lf. Klein, M. l'ittvl111:111, P. Ilurnwitv, R. Il:111s11.1. H. P1-tlt-1's4111. N. Wolil. Marketing Club The Al.2ll'liCliIlg Clllll was estalmlislwcl 1111 this t'2lI11pllS for 1111-purpose of I'l'l2llil1g!Q the 111ilI'li0llllgL p1'i111'iples l92ll'llUKl i11 the f'l2lSSl'O0l11 studies to actual p1'111'tim'es i11 the ll12ll'- litdlllg pmfessioii. The 111o11thly 111111-tiligs uf the c-lulm are held ill the C01111111111-0 Building 111111 ull st11f1e11ts who pus- sess ZL sincere i1ll0l'0Ht i11 111a1'keti11g :ire eligible for 1110111- lX'l'Silip. The zietivities of the year 1110111111141 a field trip and ll Cllllll8I'G21f'i1 sr-1111-stc-1' and talks 211111 clis1'11ssi011s with 111111'lwti11g experts. The offit-e1's for this your were: John Lee, pwsiclc-111: Dim-k l'eterso11, Vive pn-sirle11tL 3l2ll'lf'IlO Stztvik, SOC'I'0T2ll'j'. 111111 Yi11c'e Bl9lll9I112lllS, lI'i'2lSlll'GI'. 7.3 limi. Beta Gamma Sigma Beta fillllllllll Sigma is the llilllllllill hOllOI'ill'y l'1'z1te1'11ity whieh pl'0Il1Ol0S the 1'e1'og11itiu11 of Ollfsltlllillllg sc'l1ola1r- ship and 1-ivim' z11'r'o111plisl111101its lll the fields of 1-11111111011-0 and E'f'0Il0Il1lt'S. It was fllllIltlOtl ill 1907 here ut the lvlli- Yersity of lVist'o11si11 by the l'111'111e1' 1502111 of the C'o111111e1'1-e Svhool, lfziyvtte H. Hlwell. The 111'g:111izz1tio11's 111e111l1c-1'sl1ip is c'o111poserl of vom- 111e1'c'e 1H2lj0I'S with gmclvs i11 the top :Eff of all f'0I11Il1Ql'l'0 students. This year, as they t'l'l0lJI'ilUtd fifty yours of 01'- galiizzitimi, they were lerl hy J1111 Vdell as pI'i'Slfl0Ill. Miss ,XIlgPlill0 l.i11s, illl zlssrwizitc' IJI'Hf0SS0l' i11 the fiHl11I1191't'C Svhool, was the HUf'1'6t21I'Y. First row, 1eftLto right: If. lilwt-ll, th-:111 c1111v1'itus. Pml. .X. l1iIlS. 5 1 Sl't'I't'l2l,l'j'-l1'0LiSl1l'0l'. G. l'iIlLfl'l, P1'r1l'. P. Fox. J. Vdc-ll, 1111-si1lv11t, li. fiflllltll, P. Iilll1lSOIl. vivo- p1'11si1lv11t, Dean IC. G:11111111itz, Pmf. li.. llzxtelitli. Second row: ll. Pl'll'I'SOI1. P. G01-tz, lS.Zilis1-h, ll. Tuiike, YV. Detroyc-, T. R11- grttz. G. Viiderwooml, li. .I:1il'w. D, fil'l'SCI1Z, L. ,XIIll1llllSfJll, X. lV11lil'. 87 2 We 43 A X M 2 E , I iw' f, .. .fd ,J -w ,w:f:ffm+wmX.,iaiQ:w' 'XX NSA! Q. ,K N Dean Kurt F. W'endt School of Engineering ..-f"""""Nqmr l g I The School of Engineering granted degrees in five courses at the undergraduate level and six at the graduate level this year. Undergraduate degrees were granted in mechanical, electrical, chemical, civil, and mining metal- lurgical engineering. A degree in mechanics was also a- vailable at the graduate level. Under the able administration of Kurt lf. lVendt, who has been dean since 1953, the School of Engineering ear- ried out a wide variety of projects during the year, much too numerous to try to name here. Of great importance was the work done in the solar energy research department. Q . fp Wt' vb mfr lviwgvim f fm '5 gl Q :WU kg 'ON l':ll'Cfl'iC2L1 testing, am important part of the ISIC m:nJor's studles, om-mpicml :L Saturdzuy zmtterrmoxl for one ot the stluhfllti, Another phase of rusting: supplimeuteml class- room study for l?Ilf.fiIIOCl'illg majors. Kappa Eta Kappa is the social and professional frater- nity for electrical engineers. The group occupies a house at 204 North Murray Street. The house was purchased in 1951, and the membership of the group now stands at 67. Earl Schoenwetter headed the list of officers for the organization this past year in the position of president. VVorking with him were Norman Posepanko, vice-presi- dent, Gene Pezon, secretary, and Ray Biles, treasurer. Social activities for the year included house parties, in- formal dinner parties, and the Homecoming banquet and party. On several occasions they also had speakers from various fields of interest. The group has striven to better acquaint it's members with opportunities in the field of electrical engineering. Actives: S. Bart, R. Biles, D. Chapman, D. Clarson, M. Cornell, J. Czcck, B. Falk, G. Flath, D. Frosh, R. Gollhardt, J. Hauser, F. Her mann, E. Hersher, B Homrig, B. Hoy, B. Iverson, R. Jacobson, D. Kracmer, B. Krause, V. Krueziger, L. Martinson, C. McKnight, R Munson, D. Olson, G. Pezon, J. Pozcrski, N. Posepanko, B. Rae, J. Raymond, B. Richardson, H. Savage, E. Schoenwetter, D. Sobocinski T. Stafford, E. Strandt, J. Stcnklyft, B. Stringer, M. Tolzman, B. Wahlin, A. Willie, O. Ziemelis. Pledges: A. Bahr, K.Baus, A. Boehme J. Buss, L. Dietrich, J. Donaldson, A. Goshaw, B. Haas, F. Hrubccky, O. Kipfer, D. Kleindl, V. LaTorre, K. Mei, K. Olsen, R. Onsager G. Parsons, B. Quirk, B. Schlof, B. Simons, C. Strauss, D. Stephan, D. Wall, L. Eikenseer, C. Grube, C. Kaack. 91 Polygon Board The engineering students on eampus thought it neees- sary that there be some organization to represent them in their relations with the Sc-hool of Engineering faculty, so the Polygon Board was established with this purpose. The Board is the organization whieh sponsors the an- nual St. Patriekls Day Beard Contest among the engi- neering students on eampus. lCaeh year, the student with the largest beard is proelaimed the winner of the eontest. Along with the eontest is the St. Patls Danee whieh is also sponsored by the Polygon Board. President Kenneth Stahl, Sec-retary David Hartmann, and Treasurer Carl .loeek were the ottieers this year. Stahl, D. Kraemer, H. Jonas, professor Reitan. Second row: .L Hauser, W. libel, B. Hoy, .L Savage, P. Noth, .L Nyhus, P, Reiehelsdorfer, B. Gilpin, D. Rex. Theta Tau Theta Tau works to establish a elose fraternal bond of fellowship to the mutual benefit of nien engaged in all the fields of engineering. The Alpha ehapter of Theta Tau was formed at the Vniversity of Minnesota in 1904. The Wliseonsin chapter was founded nineteen years later in 1923 and there are now twenty-four ac-tive ehapters in leading teehnieal sehools throughout the nation. The ehapter's outstanding soeial activities for the year were l7ounder's Day liialiquet and the Semi-Formal Party Danee in addition to the Initiation Banquets, pledge parties, smokers, and pienies. First row, left to right: L. Ma- kela, VV. Luethy, L. Richard D. Kjell, L Kitchen, A. Glavan E. VVilkom1nen. Second row: C. Lueek, E. Bowers, A. Clauer, R. Andersen, D. VVilliams, T. Ken- nedy. Third row: R. DeDeelfer C. Kuehler, J. Buending, T. VVit.- zel, R. Carlson, D. Bonarner, S. Ansell. Absent: VV. Kincaid D. Fox. 7 1 x 92 First row, left to right: K. Re- nard, D. Hartman, C. Jaeek, K. First row, left to right: P. Phillips, W. Snyder, J. Hartung, D. Glass, R. Farnum, J. Weikel, H. Ellison. Second row: K. Renard, D. Tormey H. Jonas, H. Kallsend, J. Steffes, D. Kottke, D. Melbnaghty, W. Taylor. Third row: D. Plimpton, J. Hauke, C. Buyalski, P. Utie, J. Wall den, M. Larsen, L. Holt, J. Muegge, D. Gostomski, If. Wilharm, R. Russell, R. ltusnak, J. Maxheld. Fourth row: C. Stephan, X. Ward R. Cook, L. Johnson, R. Young, R. Pelton. J. Gaskell, G. Weir, J. Culp, F. Hanson, R. Winat, N. Pierce. Fifth row: C. Weir, W. Casper son, F. Heim, R. Sohr, G. Lorenz, L. Bnhlitz, R. Wihbens, K. Hennennin, W. Bublitz, L. Graham, L. Kolste, E. Orsett, G. Krueger. lfornied to afford an opportunity for ineinhers of the eivil engineering elasses to become better acquainted with each other and with the faeulty, to promote a feeling of eongeniality, and to establish the initial contacts with the profession that should be earried on simultaneously with . the studies in the elassrooni, the American Soi-iety of Civil I lingineers, a pre-professional organization, sur-eeeded this . . . year in sponsoring a program for their group whieh a- C I E g ehieved all of these purposes. n The program eonsisted both of prominent social activ- ities and informative professional serviees. Ineluded a- mong them were the annual fall danee and banquet and the annual St. l'atriek's Day heard growing eontest. They also held meetings every second lVednesday night and feat- ured speakers froln the soc-iety's field of interest as well as films. The ASCE ehose as their officers: Joseph L. Steffes, president, David Kottke, vice-presidentg Donald Ble- Conaghy, secretary, and Donald Toriney, treasurer. 93 First row, left to right: R. C1111s11111', C. S1111111111, J. Vil111l11l111s, G. Iillll 1111 uw 1 1 x 1111 IIN VV S1 1 1 Second row D 1 111111-Ii, .I. H1'K'Il, II. C1OQIl1'1Ilgf, P. Noth, C. S1111111'S1'111111i11111', I,. M1111111N 1 1 1 1111 N111 N111 111,12 1 S11 111 Third row: R. VV:11t111', D. Hillllllbll, D. T111'11111y. R. K1'11s1-, 11. 151111, 11 SXK IH1111 Q 111111111 X N111 11111 I IXI111 111 11 111 fl 11 S Fourth row: H. I'I11is1111. R. Ii:11ll1-1', C. c11lItl'1SlJIl. J. H2Lll1il', Ii. HQISIX1 11 Ix 111s 111 H1111111 11 VV. 11y:111, T. S:11111wski, J, Triggs, 11. Hi1111-11. Fifth row: J. f1l11ID. . 111 N 1 ll R Ott Ii. Si:1I1I, R. c110Ill', J. P1+:11's11, IJ. Ii:1l1111vi11, .-X. S1'11111itt, P. 111-11111111 ll x 1111 1111 111 I 51111 1 llll I S111 lll 1911111111011 i11 1888 at I,1'11ig1'h 1'11iv1-1'sity, 118111 131-111 P1 was 11sta1111is111111 as 2111 h1111111'111'y e11gi1111111'i11g f1'z1t111'11ity T0 111111111' 1111tstz11111i11g j1111i111' 111111 59111111 1111gi11ee1'i11g st11111111tS. T1111 basis for S0101-ti011 is 1111 the s1-1111111sti1- a1'11i11v111111111ts 211111 1-11211111-1111- 111' the st11111-111. Se11i111's svlecteci i'111' 11111111- 11111'ship must h11v11 1'a11k1111 i11 the 11pp111' 11116-fift11 111' their 1-lass, while j1111i111's must 1l2lYC' 1'1111k1111 2111101152 11111 uppei' 111111-11ig11th 11f t1111i1' class. '1':111 Beta 1'i is tho HI'11i Beta Ii:1pp11', of th1- 1-11gi11ee1'i11g w111'111. Si111'11 the 111'g1111izati1111 was 11stz1111is111111 as 2111 h1111111'a1'y g1'1111p, social zwtivities w111'1- 11x1-111111111 f1'11111 their I7l'0g1'HIl1. A p1'11111i11e11t 1'1-1-11111 i11itiz1t11 111 Tau 1511111 Pi was II111'11111't IC. 1111111ve1', Jr., I'11der-S111-1'11t111'y of State. 1"iv11 of thv 1111111111915 W1-111 s111111't911 111 1'2ll'I'Y 11111 11111 ex- 111-utive duties1-111111111-11111 with 11111 1'11'gz111izz1ti1111's f11111'ti1111- ing th1'1'1ugh11111 11111 51'h11111 y11111'. T1111 11fIi1'111's w111'11: 11. IJ. B:11'1', p1'11si111111tg 111111011 IC. Ii1'11s11, 1'i1'11-p1'11sid1111tg 111111011 IC. S1111H11w, 1-111'1'11sp1111di11g H111-1'1-t:11'y3 13011211111 IC. '1'111'11111y, 1111-111'11i11g s111-1'1-tz11'yg C. Ig21I'f'12ly Gilpin, 1'z1ta11.1g111'. I'1z11'h 111' 11111 11fH1'1'1's x1'111'11 50111111-11 101' his uhility 111111 11-21111-1'ship. 94 I .4 .., Era Kappa Nu llta Kappa Nu. 21 IJI'1ll-1'SSlOll2ll l'1':1le1'11ity, was HI'QQ2il1lZt'1l Ull the l'11ix'e1'sity of Wisf-o11si11 11111113115 for the l'l1l'lh6'1'- :1111'1- of the IJl'0l'i'SSl0lI ol' 1-le1't1'i1-z1l e11gLi11ee1'i11g, Tl1e ol'- g::111izz1tz11io11 was filllllllilll i11 lll04:1t the lf11ive1'sily ot' Illi- nois illlll has si111'e sp1'e:1cl to sr-hools ull over the l'11i1e1l States. The Theta C'l1z1pte1' at lYis1'o11si11 was l'Ullllll9Cl ill llllll. Tho group l1eld VL11'io11s social OVOIITS tl1l'UllfLll0l1l the ya-111' 1111'l11cli11g the 21111111111 l'l'0Sl11H0ll UIlQlll0QI'lllg.f017011TIOUSU. liesponsilmle for the uetivities of the l'1'z1te1'11ity this year we1'eJa111es l". Spitzer, lJI'0Slil6lllQ ,'Xllz111 H. :Xl1flUl'S4Jll, Vive- presicleiit, illlfl Peter Wilson, eo1'1'espo11cli11g ser-1'et111'y. First row, left to right: li, S1'l1Ill'li1'l', T. l.11l11111l. P. cillilllltjll, T. SlIl,l.lilll'1l. M. Gish, S. Ilf'lTll, .l. Miirpliy, J. Svliillintl, H. Niehols. lf. St1':1,114ll. Second row: J. Chiu, D. HILIlIl4lIl. YY. llorspelc, XV. lgU0llI'lll'l'. W. l':11- toi. .l. S1itZQ1'. fi. C':11'lso11, X. .XH- 'l4'l'SUll, xxllSUll, lt. Sulflow. .l. Buss. Third row: W. Stiwlc-. if lx'IIl1llI'l'l'. J. Browii, lt. .l:11'ol1so11. .l. li11i11l1:11'1ll, H. hIf'fil'illll. vl. P1':11's1n lt. llilllK'I1. D. lY11i11g:11't1-1'. li. li1i1- trfr. IJ. ll:11't111:11111, ll. filISlHl'Sllll. I.. M:11'ti11so11. if lllollgzi.-11. Fourth row: .l. C'l1:111tiIvs. IJ. IJ:lVl4lSUIl. lt. S1:l1:1v0r, G. lic-ml, T. l'I1lw:11'1ls, T. li:11111111111111, li. SK'l1VV0l'lX. l'. lllll4l'll, K. Stahl. l.. Vl':1g11er P. I S. Pi 'llilll Sigma is illl llOI10l'2ll'j' 111ec'l1z111i1':1l e11gi111-111'i11g l'1'ate1'11i1y whil-h 2lll0Il1lJTS to IBITIIIIOTK' s1'l1ol:1sti1' z11'l1ie1'e- 111e11t for 111111-l1z111i1'z1l e11gi11ee1's. The fl'2ll0l'llllj' was estzilm- lishecl i11 Ifllii as the Alpha 1'l1z1ple1' of the o1'gz111izz11io11 whieh has g1'o1v11 to sixty 11z1tio:111l 1-l1aptc-1's. Along with p1'o111o1i11g sc'l1ol:1s1i1- ac'l1ie1'e111e11t, the l'1':1- teruity also sends out seine-stei' ll0XVSl0ll0l'H to 21l1111111i 111er11he1's of the f'l12Lpl0l'. Tl1is is to keep the z1l1111111i i11- l'or111e1l ol' the up to date aetivities ot' the l'1'z1te1'11ity. l,1'esi1le11t Ric'hz11'1l Sholts, lst XYil'0-PI'9NlLlUlll .lohii Xlis- SOlh0l'll, 21111 Xvil'0-l,l'0SldGlll .'hl'll0lfl E1111epe1', iillll Sewe- tary All'1'ecl Huhlwl were this ye11r's offivc-1's. First row, left to right: R. Svl1o111- 111112. N. l.:'11'so11, li. lil'0llIll'll. A. Xvitjliillltl. VV. l"owle1'. F. XYC'llSlllLf. .l1'., li. lVI:11'c'11s, ll, cillllilK'l'SUIl. Sec- ond row: J. Shelton, .l. lvlihSf'lllOI'Il. .L l'lIll10IJf'1', A. llulnlwl. H. Sliolts, li. lDllt'l1UXV. I". l.:11111, l.. l3:11'1'. .X. Sliflm. Third row: C. SUIUHII. Bl. f':1ll'1-ily, O. SC'llILl'fll', .l. Smith, ll. Mawr-l, VV. lilwl. li. l4'1'1-iw:1l1l, lf. i'lt'l'll4lIl, M. Kmll, VV. lhrIIlI'l-l'll, lt. 1Xll111:111. T. lglllIll1'IlSl0l'lC. Fourth row: .l. Priec-, .l. XI1'C'ollo11g:l1, VV. l7:1l1l. ll. B111'11s, .l. Villulolwos. lt. li1'11s1-. P. H1'111l1'1'so11, H. Nll'lll2LIll- lIlC'l', li. liiLllSt'll, M. YV1-iss. li. H1-lslw, lt. I'ilEllSlit', if 'lIl,t'f'li. IJ. S1'llWf'llZ4'I'. 95 First row, left to right: IJ. Prusnk, F. Felix. J. Priee. VV. Killian, F. Dekker, D. Kjell. Second row: CY Jueek, W. libel, R. VVilcla, ll. lic-eker, Cl. Soldat, R. Saekett. Third row: li. liuslmy. li. llelske. li. liuehrke, D. Kun-ny, lt. llngen. li. Pauls, T. Neprud, .X. linneper. S. RILIlltLt'llIlllllI'2lll. Society of Automotive Engineers To acquaint the prosper-tive engineer, partir-ularly those interested in automotive and aircraft engineering, with the new developments in his field is the purpose of the Society of Automotive lingineers. This year they selem-ted as their ofheers, Rohert lVilde, ehairinang Janies Priee, viee-ehairlnan3 Donald lien-ker, secretary, and Gilbert Soldat, treasurer. During their monthly meetings, held every fourth Wied- nesday, the organization worked out a sehedule to pro- vide soeial events as well as engineering programs. American Society of Mechanical Engineers The W'isc-ousin chapter of the .-Xnieriean Soeiety of Kle- ehanieal ltlngineers is the student section of the oldest en- gineering soc-iety. Oflieers of the group were headed by John Bollinger. t'll21ll'llli1ll. Serving with hini were: Robert tlehr, viee- ehairnian and program c-llairinani ltohert lioherts, trea- surer, liohert Kruse and liolmert lVesolowski, seeretaries, and Dave Rex and Peter liiekelsdorfer, Polygon Board. The group tried to further ar-quaint engineering students with asper-ts of the senior professional soeiety. First row, left to right: F. Huntley. VV. Clark, R. Klingheil, J. Correz, P. Gates, R. Healy, J. Hogan. Second row: P. Meyers, li. Ferdon, D. Peterson, A. Goloviteh, li. Sholts, D. Becker, C. Jai-ek, R. Fenske, D. VVeinke, J. Follette. Third row: J. Glonehek, F. Wensing, T. Bluinenstoek, R. Kruse, Professor Otto l'yehara, J. Bollinger, R. Gehr, P. Reiehelsdorfer, D. Rex, R. Roberts, F. Boine. Fourth row: B. Spates, B. Shaw, R. Kruehten, R. Vmland. V. C'h:unhers, M. lingleheek, G. Schuman. R. Schroeder, li. Caldwell, unknown, F. Dekker, W. Nleisncr, D. Ratzlaff, J. llenkes, li. Helske. Fifth row: P. Gruendeman, li. Sl0gIll2Lll, N. Hirseh, li. l.c-nikuil, A. Hubbell, D. Hagen, l.. Hagner, S. Knight, lf. Pauls, J. Merrick, B. ZOI'll1llt'l1li0ll, lf. Freiwald. M. Catlerty. ulsa.wu.fQ. tr 5ma:v i . uw f-fwv1ffo' '.w f AIEE 8t IRE Alllllll and Ilili stand for the Ainerieun Institute of lilet-t1'it'ul lingineers and the Institute of liuclio ltlngineers, the two largest engineering ussoeiutioiis in the c-ountry, which are eoinbined on eanipus into 21 joint student brzuic-li. Earl ll, Strzindt wus seleeted president for the year, and Norinun Posepanko und John J. Pozorski served the group us Vic-e-president und S0l'I'0l2lI'y-lI'02lSl1l'Pl', respeetively. The joint orgzuiizutioii promoted lezulership develop- Inent :Ls well development of ter-hnology in the related fields of engineering. Their monthly meetings in the elev- trieal engineering building l'O21llll't'Cl progrzuns led hy re- p1'esel1tutix'es of the power, elec'tronir', and t'01111Hllllll'tl- tion fields. The group eleetecl two iiiemlmers to at-t as re- presentatives on the Polygon Board, an :ill-engineering body. As the joint organization is one of the largest engineering groups, .Xllili and IRE I11Oll1lJ0l'S were fun- tlklllltilllill in the sum-ess of the St. l'at1'ic-k's Day tlzmee. st row, left to right: H. ltucle. l.. Jzwolmson. YY. liulgren ll, Dunning. M. Tolsnmn. li. Goomllxinml, lf. T,:1nry. ll. Rogers. J. l'lri1'lu, G. Carlson. econd row: T. TALIIIDCIT, D. I'T2ltI'lII12lll. J. Urulme. K. lliseliel. I.. VVoloszyk. J. Stnnton. J. llzuiser. ll. clfllllTill1F. K. Pc-1'i'ic'l4, D. Flynn, J. li C zilon Plot C1 lxotnlci I Polos li l xlllllll on l ll ull own, YV. lillaund, C. McKnight. Third row: R. Kant, li. Munson, . V ' J Y -.v' f,.' 4 4' J.. .z's, '., '.st,..,. -,.h.L1 . Posepnnlio, li. Solooeinslti, li. Lum, P. Uztrlson, J. Buss, J. Czeeh. Fourth row: l'I. Selioenwetler. L. Pownw:l.ll, K, Bet-rnink. T. Stzmllorfl, tephnn, lt. Onsnger, J. Kernnn, ll. Suelflow, J. Seliilling. K. Vollwevlit, VV. lluus, D. Olson, D. lizinlt. T, Kinney, G. .lc-wee, G. lilec-lt, elf-don, lt,SerI1i:nk. Fifth row: 12.84-lmm-tz, R. -IIlK'fllJSf,JIl,D. Hunt, Cl. Johnson, M. Diaz, ll. liuelts. D. Kroef. J. Reinlmrclt, ll, Knntlmk, I luylor, G. l"ortney, l., XY2L1.flll'l'. ll. Golllizirdt, D. .XlttlIllS. Sixth row: J. lfllmert, T. Coniport. li. Hoy. K. Stahl, .l. l.:-iler. A. Iiilllll ll. iuppner. J. ltnyniond. K. Asplunrl. .X. .Xnderson, T. J2lI'l'l1l7XY. .X, Vtilke. ff K:1:l.f'k, ll. Strelilow. V. lijerlte. lf. clllILlHlTl'l'lllI. 97 First row, left to right: R. Jesse, R. liziksc-hi. D. Meier, .I. INIarc-ox im T Wn 1 I Sclm cl H I Second row R Ixu Lf unknown, unknown, li. Svlizieffc-1', D. l'Irii'kson, F. Wvair, R. Igllk0ViNll Ie ncns X511 I 'IHSIIILII Third row It lx Lphr im I Ol thanx, Ii. St.od:s,l:r, P. Notli, J. Szivaigv, .I. Fc-rron, G. Ponn'zx.ning, It R tlflll I Moy I Mikela. -X Cl win F Witsnu Fourth row Twvsino. P. Anderson, .I. Weiidt, G. .I:wger, unknown, unknown, W Sxotitl R Rr ttf s P , W I -Ulll Dziwn. R. Votzivn, W. llyzm. R. HKtlllll'l'S1II1. Fifth row: IG. I"r0clrir'kson H 'NIox R P11 lil I lllbllgiq D I5 Llc ovin Ii ge M Stl 1 R. Honglnnfl, A. Multi. IC. Herman, IJ. Coward. H. Nm-lnncl. D. Hn 12114 American Institute of Chemical Engineers The American Institute of Cliviiiic-al Eiiginec-rs had 175 members this year, the highest membership in its history. llveting monthly, the A.I.Ch.l'I. works to zivqliziiiit the students with thc Various fields open to them in industry. These meetings are highlighted with guest speakers from inclnst ries employing c-hemic-al engineers. Une of its sovinl zivtivities is n pivnic' held ezivh spring to zuwliiziiiit members and I-ElI'lllly with one another. lmutliiig the .'X.I.C'h.E. this your were Ciemlcl Pem- miiiiigj, presidentg .Iumes Moy, Vive-president and trea- surer, and Lloycl Klzikela, sw-1'c'tz11'y. Philip Noth and .Iznnes Savage ww-rv the Polygon Board representzitives. 98 Chi Epsilon Chi Epsilon which is a national honorary civil engi- neering fraternity was established at the l'niversity of Wisconsin in 1925. Its purpose is to develop the charac- teristics of the students who will aid in the course of in- creasing the efficiency of the engineering profession. The semi-annual initiation banquets were their main activity. Presiding at the bi-monthly meetings was .James Chris- tiansen. Other officers were: William Snyder, vice-presi- dentg George Kreuger, secretary, and C. II. Carlson, trea- surer. Professor W. S. Cottingham served as its advisor. First row, left to right: S. Cliarlson, gcr, J. Uulp, li. Otto. Second row: T, Cfcrlnanson, H. lfllison, J. Haukc, IJ. Iluettner, R. VViblicns. J. Moeller, ll. W Perkins, ll, Hinz, D. Paulson, I'. ' Jenkinson. American Foundrymen The American I"oundrymen's Society was organized to span the gap between industry and the educational insti- tution in foundry and related metallurgical studies. Du- ring the past year, prominent members of the foundry in- dustry gave technical lectures to the members at their twice monthly meetings. Although they were still students in college, they felt the need for better and constant con- tact with developments in the industry. To give a lighter touch to the year, a picnic was held in the spring. This year's president and organizer was Joseph Duwell. First row, left to right: A. Slit-rwin, A. Slillunzi, li. liernlancl, J. llrcn. J. Du- wcll, Professor li, VV. llcine, .l. VVtxl't.. Second row: J. licliring. Ii. Gregory, ll. Vl':illcr, ll. llucliow, J. YYitlincyer, A. Scliniitt, T. lioswortli, J. Iiolstzul, IJ. Yantlcn Xoven, I.. Alcc. 99 li. Snyder, IJ. Toriney, J. Christen- son, Professor cltltlllllllllllll, G, Ixrue- College of Letters and Science Thr' Collm-go of I,0ttol's :md Sf'it'lll'4' is thc- largest and olde-st part of the LllliYOI'SifY. Although it c'm'v1's il brozul range of NlllJ.i0C'tS, thv vollvgv has mlm-vvlopvcl its pl'0g1'zm1 so that lvtfvrs and sf-ivllvv students mm now r0c'0ix'v Cithvl' il, lmsir' or zz spevializvfl odlwaliml. Clvlleullly, howovvr, thc polivy is to offer 21 wiclo Variety of subjer-is to the stu- clvnts ill OITIUI' fo givv thvm 2111 vxtc-lxsive gI6'lll'l'ill bzlvk- g2Ql'0lllld. The Ilxtvgultoni Liberal Studivs Dl'0gl'21IH has pmvell an uid to stllflonts l1llC'OI'f2Lill of thvix' Illiljill' i11t01'c-sts. Mark H. Ing1':nl1:L111, Dczm of the Collvgce of Lvtf01'S :mud Srimlm- 101 ki X First row, left to right: G. lhtle, Professor and Mrs. lhde. B. Hynison. J. L2UK'I'tll1f'0. Standing, left to right: J. Miller, L. Sehwegler. S. Brown, J. lhde, R. Dingo, T. Peterson. K. linepp. G, Seott, M. Craiwtord, Mr. Nelson. Integrated Liberal Studies The depzirtment of Integrated Liheml Studies, eoni- Inonly referred to as ILS, is at two-year progrzun open to entering freshmen. liueli freshinau group is limited in nuinher to 3300. The ehziirmzui or the orgginiizzition was Robert C. Pooley. t.JHieers of the student eouneil, the eo-ordinziting body for the entire group, for the year were: Mary-Kate Lorenz, president: Steve Glauher, Viee-president, and Surah Sea- stone, seeret'zu'y-treasurer. The eouneil zitteinpted to pro- mote at eonnnon unity within the group, :ind they also planned the soeizil aetivities. The soeizil zietiyities for this year ineluded: pienies, dzinr-es, tireside get-togethers of students :it the homes of their protessors, CJlll'lSlIll2lS eziroling, und at Dis-inte- gration lmzinquet. This integrated progrznn ol't'ers at new type of zipproaeh to the fulfilling of the retluireinents for the Vollege of Letters und Sc-ienee. The students in this eourse follow at set sehedule of suhjeets, designed to give at hroud basic' edueution in preparation to latter speeizilizution. 102 First row, left to right: Mr. E. Meyer, S, Glznilier. M. K. Lorenz S. Seustone, Mrs. A. Hundt. Second row: M. A. Ramsey. li. Mar shall, M. W'yn,9,':1:ird, J. Kester, J. Hilt'iiIll2lIl, D. Rewey. Third row A. Davidson, L. ltitvaili, J. VVesolowski, G. Kettleson, H. Thompson Fourth row: J. Davis, li. Bull, N. Griese, J. lVIeHa.le, ll. Steiger we .W 12? 4 C7 bf .Q -1 . Q. 2. First row, left to right: J. Sehroeder, J. J:u-kson. V. Dedril-ks, K. Yun Vlfzigenen, M. Harrington, M. Mulligen. Second row: J. Koppel, li. Hobart, V. Cross, B. Brenzel, J. Kiedrowski, l.. BtII'l'2LI'li. Onee il month on alternate 'l'hursdz1y nofins or Sunday evenings the l,l'UiAGSSlOll2ll llilllllfxllllllli' Couneil inet to for- inulzite the plains for events whieh would hest tit the pur- poses for whieh the eouneil was estzihlished. These pur- poses inc-luded regulation of sorority rushing, pledging, and initiation into the ten professional sororities whieh are . ineinhers of tho eouneil, and establishing eonnnunieations H helween these groups in order to solve eonunon prohlelns and proinote mutual cooperation. Realizing the iinportunee ofe001'dinz1tingaetiyities with their ac-tual i'lllll'll01llllg, the eouneil strove, through ai list of zietiyities, to estzihlish elleetiye eoininunieutions he- tween their ten nieinher groups, and planned to 4-urry out Z1 seryiee project siinilzir to the one which they had sponsored for the last three years. The guidzinee of this eounm-il wus provided hy their advisor, the :Lssistant dm-:Ln of women :Lt the university, Dean Helen Kayser. l'rox'iding guidzinee from the stu- dent standpoint were the otlieers whieh the eouneil eler-ted to an-t as this yeur's offieiuls. These girls were: Virginia Dedrieks, presidentg liaiwinkn Yan Wugenen, yic'e-presi- dent, and SOK'l'0l2lI'y, and Sue Klellenezunp, treasurer. The Nllllilllllllg lneinhership was eoinposed of the representa- tives of the ten groups who were chosen hy their sorority inenihers to he tl spokesman of their group's interest. They were 1-hosen hy their representzilive groups through the sorority eleetions held ezieh year. 103 First row, left to right: E. Babb, l'I. Allan, Mrs. F. Goodman, I N 1th znson I 7cll Second row S Edwards A Kearbv P Rtce Beta chapter of Theta Sigma Phi was established on The University of Wisconsin Campus April 8, 1900. This national honorary professional journalism sorority honors outstanding women in the field of journalism and func- tions for the purpose of promoting higher standards in this field. The outstanding event of the year was their Matrix Banquet. It was given to honor 500 outstanding women, prominent in either civic activities in the Madison area or on campus. The speaker was Mrs. Esther Van Wagoner Tufty, who is a past-president of this chapter. This so- rority also joined other journalism groups for a journal- ism open house. In addition to this, Theta Sig also pre- sented tivo scholarships. One was presented this year to an outstanding junior woman majoring in journalism, and the other to a graduating senior. Theta Sigma Phi selected as its officers for the year: Leah Nathanson, president, lileanore Allan, secretary, and Nleanore Babb, treasurer. Laurie Pike acted as their Professional Pan-Hel representative. 104 First row, left to right: B. I1i1I'S0I1, J. Owen, J. Pc-uman, B. L11l1:11'. J. Sfhrooder. Second row: L. QlllIlll'1il, Mrs. H. Walcl1111. J. Ac-kley, A. r.llOl'I'l'. H. Rue, R. Ghle. Third row: J. Sholts, D. Stein, S. lidwarmls. J. Walclren, R. Mathisou, X. Bakkv. J. Jackson. Coronfo Miss Patterson, Professor Nafziger, Lll1'f'C'fOI' of the school of Jour- l1fLllSIl1, Professor Hyde, 111141 Professor Thayer discuss a to11t1z1tive pl'0gl'2LIl1 with sever:1l Coronto memloers. 1'lOLllK10L1 at VV1St'0l1Slll 111 192-1, c10l"011t0 has 110011 p1'o111- 1116111 Oll c'a111p11s ever Sllll'0. C7o1'o11to, a pl'0f0SSl0ll2L1 jour- 11al1s111 SOI'0l'l1y 1111111011 after' the first newspapel' to he printecl, was 1-stahl1sl1ec1 011 the t'21ll1pllS to p1'oV11l0 sO1'V1re 111 the j0lll'll2l1l5l1C' tields to the rollege, to the 111cl1v1dual, and to the p1'ot'essio11. The sec-111111 Thursday of the 111o11th was 11100111111 day for the 111o111l1e1's. Speakers were often feat111'etl at these 111eet111gs to 011211719 the group to becolue aware of job oppo1'tu111t1c1s 111 their held. Their ac't1V1ty 111 the fall was the 0l'QQi1l1lZ2l1l0ll ot' the 'lOl1l'll2ll1Sll1 sc'hool's llllX61' whim-11 emilnled the jo111'11z1l1s111 51111101115 to 139001116 2lf'f1l1211llf0i1Q their f111al artivity lll the spring was the plan- 11i11g of the j0lll'll3,1lS111 sc-hool's pic-11111. V1l1ll'0llg'h0l1t the year the group held a 1'l0l1Ili10I'7S Day Bdlltlllltf, a Christ- mas party, QLIIC1 a faculty tea to whirh all the professors 111 the j0lll'll2l11Sl1l school were 111v1t0d, giving the lIl0IHlJQl'S the oppo1't11111ty to her-o111e hotter 21CtlllZ11ll10C1 with the factllty. A p1'o1111111-11t lHOII1l7Cl' of COI'0llf0 was Joyrv liieclroski, the Society I+Irl1tor of the Carclinal. l'1'os1do11t for the year was JO2l,ll Ar-kleyg vice-prf-s1c1011t1 was Adflilllll '1'orr0. 105 'XX Sigma Delta Chi Sigzgina Dcltu Chi is the oldest and largest, professional orgunizzitioii in thc journulisin field. It strives to proniote lmcttcr, and more outstanding journalisni. The officers, who guided the workings of thc organiza- tion for the past ycur, were: Dave Dean, president! Mich- ucl Belasco, Vice-prcsiclcntg Donald Kinnncl, treasurer, Gerald Cornell, sccrctury. Meetings were hcld ut 7:15 on Thursday cvcnings in the l'nion. Among their social events were scvcrul Jour- nulisni school niixcrs, of which they were co-sponsors. The aniuial Gridiron Banquet, one of their biggest cvcnts. was given for journalists and lmusincssincn. First row, left to right: IJ. iliiiuniunn, Cirulicr, IJ. Mc-ndykc. lx. l'lII1ll'l'i ll' - 1 I A,, Alpha Delta Sigma Alpha Delta Sigma was founded at the l'niVcrsity of Missouri in 1913. There arc now eleven zilunini chuptcrs und forty-six 11IldQI'gl'214lll2ll0 chapters. Sturtcd ut the l'niversity of XYisconsin in 19223, the purposes ol' this or- ganization ure to help students in the advertising field to nicct professionals in the suine licldg to provide honorary rccoygnilion for work done in this tieldg and to render all possilmlc services toward thc iinproveinent of advertising, cspccizrlly in college puhliczitions. The officers for this ycur werc: Roger Sienicrs, presi- dcntg Bruce BIcGariglc, vicc-prcsidentg Bernard licstuc- ciu, treasurer, and Michucl Cunipus, rushing cliuirinuu. 106 First row, left to right: Ii. Rf-stucci:L, T, Mullcr. li. McGarrigle, li, Sim-rncrs, M. Vuinpus, M. Borlunil, -l. Morgan, Second row: J. Scliillingzcr, W. llolicck, .l, Vllllllllltl-S, T. Dziggctt. R. liohncck, X. Goldsmith, Third row: li. lYikcn, li, lnitx. lt. Cucsilix A. Oli-son. J. Sclk, IJ. Tlioiiic. l.. Trcwurthai. Absent: li. liornhucttcr. B. Tcssincr, ll. Ycnu. IS. lfislikiii. J. liiinieiisclinciilcr. ll. Sunfl- lcr. IH. Spilgcr. IJ. Ili-un. M. lielaisco fu. Curncll. U, Kinnncl. lt. Horne. SBQOUQ YOWZ 'l- Nclson. C. liuinett, .L lioi, li, C l.ulx. First row, left to right: M. Mnllig: S. Xt-tzle, X. llushek, J. Y2lllSil'illlHIl IJ,Y:n1Str:1tlm1,.X.Depne,C'.lint-blein S8C0l'ld row: D. Clunell, D. lie- Met, S. Nelson, .l. Nlnllendore, IW. liri- kelzms. M. S. fuse, X. Gneiltlie, B. Szzn- "Q lJ:.l.:1s. Third row: l. llillrrn li liezxclte, S. Strelillce. Zeta Phi Eta The XVisc-onsin 1-liupter ot' Zeta llhi litn seeks to I BPO mote the speeeh arts nniong wonien and to uphold high SlZlIlll21I'ClS in all Speeell activities. All of its Il16I11lJ9I'S have worked on Wviseonsin Players' produetions in Various eu- pzleities. Among the eha.pter's projec-ts were play readings in the spring, working with the f'C'hildren's Theatre," and rend- ing for Senior Swingout. Its otheers were Shiela Fuse, president, Aliee Gaedtke and Marge Krikelas, Viee-pres- idents: Sonya Nelson, seeretary, and Dee llehlet, zxeti- Vities. First row, left to right: li. Stevens, P. Naipper,l,.Clerlzn1d, N. liinnnd. Second row: J. Still, Miss Sloan, rulvisor. l.. llerxnzzn. M. Zietlow, l. Slllltltlllldi, l'. Greiner. Third row: S. litLll2ll0Ht'l'. S. lIcl.e:n1. S. lllnelilixnlrler, Y. CY-pres, G. Ogle, li. Cooper, J. Levis. Missing: C. l.L-niperl, li. llnviclsmi, li. Sillers. Women's Recreational Association Of major eoneern to Xvli.-xlHBl1llJCI'S was the study XVllll'll they earried on this year. The study covered the advis- ulwility of providing extrznnural eonipetition ut a univer- sity the size of lViseonsin. Another serviee rendered by YVRA meinliers was the ponx-pon sale at football gullies. The funds raised through this projeeti were applied to a scholarship given to 3 eo-ed uetive in NYHA aetivities. Officers lending the group were: Louise Ilernian, presi- dent, Carol Rempert, Vic-e-president. si ,W tr: if ,. Q QR' V-r 107 tvrnzil spirit :inning its invnilwrs. Ther uffir'vi's guiding Phi Mu Alpha l'hi Mn Alphzr Siiifmiizi, t-gi-spriiisuiw' of tho Tmirnzi- invnl nl' Sung, vhief pnrposvs 2ll'P to uilvznir-cr thcr f'flllYU nl ninsit' in .xIl10I'li'El.lfJlUSlf'I'lll1'Illlllllill wvltz1i'1-zxilxl hrnili- wlimnl nl stnrlcnts oi II1l1Slt'.2lllfll0il0Y0lfJIJlll0lI'lllNl lru- grunp wt-i'mr: llit'l1L1l'fl Wulf, pri-sitlvnt: lJvWz1ym- Clitlrlm-lt, . , v. . , x'1t-cr-pwsitlviit: lz:l Wirth, sm-1'vtz11'y, and Iliivial N-hnlz. First row, left to fighti 0, SllC'lIlUf', D. llvoll. lf. llvirth. U. Sf'lll1l7f. S h E li. Polk. M. Rnsvli, li. S4'llI'll'!l0l', Second row: ll. liurlinv. ll. Row- p a low, J. Close-. D. Lt-iris, l.. Svhnlz. R. SyJvx'm'1-Ii. C. .xIl1Ilf'lii'l'. P. ll:m.t'k, T. Allclvrsml. Third row: J. l'l:ms0l1, D. lxlilflillihlll, AX. liwk- nvll. l". Nlirr, R, Klnssy, C'. Zivlkv, R. lilnlvrt, J, C'ln'istc-nson, D. ,. , . . . . , Uhlm., G. Divkuy. hignni Alpha lutzi wus Hl'gL2llIlZ0tl lJl'lIHll1'lly lor 4'l'0illlllQQ :in inlorvst znnong vollvgv stnmlvnts in thv urvzi of spc-wli und hvziring to vontinnv in vlinivzil 2U'ElLlGIHl4' zu'tivitic-s. 'l'h0 X Yisvoiisiii vhziptvr, nltlmngh il fairly new group, has . ,,,. . . he-vii wrv 21C'l1VG. rihvn' C llI'lHlll12lS pnrtv for that f'lnlth'vn ul tho c-loft palate vlinic' was il highlight during tho first sc-invstor. The xYlSl'lJllSlll Spvm-li fl0l'1'0i'll0ll C'm1x'viitim1 nu-1 in Madison this spring: thc' loc-nl c-haptvr haul f'll21l'g.Il' oi thv 1-ol'l'co hour for thv visiting inmnhers. First row, left to right: li. lit-rn:n'cl, lr, Rnht-vitz. IS. - w ' ft w 1 Mnslmwitz, C.. lxxnnpnvr, R. .lc-nsvn, h. hC'llll'11lll'l', li. Qotlm' Second row: J. Yrinnuv, M. linrr. P. Psvlit-itlt. C'. Ilmisff-lcl, K. Hrnnlnvlt. Ur. Irwin. li. Pollovli, li. llvinlnwmk. Third row: .l, Umpltly. li. lluvis, M. Pvrlnmn. Y. llnllnrtl. M. Kinsr-llzx, C'. C'r4mln1. lf. litlhring, M, lxrvssv, li. lirunn, V. C'lzn'k. li. llnnxiltvr. l,. .Xslnnm'o. J, Cohn. 108 ther Phi Beta Phi Beta is a national professional fraternity for women majoring or nnnoring in music' or speec-h. The girls in Phi Beta are enc-ouraged and inspired to strive for the highest ac-hievenients in their chosen fields, to obtain fine svholarship, to give outstanding service to their school and fellow students, to develop the highest, type of woman- hood, and to give material and professional aid both to nieinbers and non-meinliers in the fields of either niusit' or speec-h. Xi vhapter of Phi Beta was installed on the campus of the l'niversity of lViseonsin in 1927. One of the ac-tivities of the year included the annual banquet whivh Phi Beta gives for the far-ulty. The nieni- liers of Phi Beta also went Christmas earoling at the Or- thopedic- Hospital and the Xeurologic-al Center, gave at play reading in the I'nion Play Cirt-le and put on the pa- geant for Senior Swing-out. The oflieers who Carried ont the administrative respon- sibilities were: Clharlotte Malkin, president: Baniona Ot- teson, ref-ording 5ec'retary: Suzanne Sealson, eorrespond- ing SQt'I'Ul2ll'j'Q and Betty Tlionipson, treasurer. First row, left to right: L. ,XI'Ilt'St'Il. lt. llisSer,U. Tztsli, C. Mistavliliiii. Second row: li. Otteson, S. Seztlsozi, B. Tlionipson, B. Iizxiigtezzll. U. Malkin, L. Slnnnrtn, J. Hays, Third row: tH. Mzntin, A. Nordly, J. BI'll9SOCli, J. Pratt, R. VValerstein. li. B2LI'I'2lK'li. g Q7 ""w. 109 First row, left to right: K. C':1lvi, S. Tl1l'l1C'I'. li. Xolt. P. C':1lvi. Second row: 1. l'1I'1t'liS011. B. Dzuro, G. fllllllltllvll D. Nltltod 1 1 11111 X. lillis. D. ljlmer. Third row: 11. li11lJ111li.J. Ii:1l1le1', S. Me1.:1re11. J. cllll'lS1t'llSl'll. N. 154-ek11el1. S. Iilllltlitlll, P. Peterson. J 1 1 ou li 171 Fourth row: IJ.l'iI'1liSOIl. 11. Bell, J. 1.z1dd, V. Zilllllllll Cf f2l12ltlC'I'l'I'. lr. D1 Il1'1'Il. The Rho Chzipter of Siggiim Alpha Iotzi NYlllI'l1 is il 1121- tio1111l p1'ofessio11z1l music' frz1ter11ity for NVUIIIUII was estah- lished at the l'11iVersity of XViSf'Ol1Sl11 i11 1921. S1111-e the11 it has tried to uphold the highest ideals of 21 11111810 edu- 1-z1tio11 and to raise the S12llldELI'llS of produetive luusieal work zimong women students. The 1111101111211 lI1llS1l'2LlS which the ehziptel' gave through- out the year served as e11tertai11111e11t for t11e 111e111l1e1's as well as the 01'gt11l1Zil11U1l for which they were given. Be- sides these musiearls, the chapter eo-spo11so1'ed the 21111111211 'll0lll'1l21IH9l11 of Song held i11 the spring of the year. III this 10lll'1121IH01l1 singing groups 1.117111 all orgziuized houses 211111 elubs competed with ezieh othe1'. The 1Yl1llll'1'S of the 1Ull1'Ilt1l1161l1 partieipzited i11 21 p1'og1'z1111 held during l,2l,l'6l1tS, Week-end. l'1'esidi11g at the lmusiness 111eeti11gs XYll1i'll were held ev- ery 1Ved11esdz1y night i11 the l'11io11 wus lJ111'll'1lt' Bleheod. Uther girls lltlltllllg orhve were: Gwen fll1211l1ll01', Vive- p1'eside11t: Xauiey lillis, N0t'l'01E11'yQ Isabel lC1'i1-ks:-11, eorres- 1101111111114 SGt'1'0121l'yQ 1111110 Iittu Iihert, 11'l'2lSll1'0l'Q litllflllliil Yilll lV2lQ1Q6l1i11l. el1z1pli11. Kay tlalvi, Sl'l',LI02llll-ill-211'I11S, lllltl l,ilXY1l l'1l1HE'I'. editor. 110 Sigma Alpha Io'ra Occupational Therapy The Student Occupational Club is organized for U.T. students to become better acquainted with the field and the people connected with it and to engage in activities that in the future may be advantageous to the profession and its members. This year the officers were Mary Ann Fahl, president, Caroline Meyer, vice-president, Susan Stark, seeretary, and Ann Clayton, treasurer. Marna Krueger was respon- sible for the paper, Odds and Ends, which contained ar- ticles about the O.T. Club. First row, left to right: J. Chapman, Fahl, S. Stark, Meyer, B. Breuch, berg, S. Leatherman, M. A. Perkins, Third row: L. Rabedcau, G. Irewnau, Hitzlie, A. Egli, S. Lukens. Physical Therapy The Physical Therapy Club was established on this campus to provide an opportunity for physical therapy majors to become acquainted with the field of physical medicine and the people connected with it. The major activities for this year were the annual Christmas party and the spring banquet and picnic. This year's ofiicers were: Willard Jost, presidentg Jane Scales, vice-president, Gail Barrand, secretary, and Jane Keim, treasurer. Their paper, "The Whirlpool", was ed- ited by Nancy Edwards and Carol Conring. First row, left to right: J. Sehnaitter S. Butler, A. Ruseh. K. Asplin, li. Burke, L. Johnson, F. Littmann. Se- cond row: iN. Edwards, G. liarrand, J. Scales, Miss Kohli. W. Jost, C. Gone ring, D. Lampe. Third row: C. Sette- casc. B. Schleet, li. Jones, J. Zollar, V. Plazewski, B. Jones, S. Meyers. lNl. .L Ludwig, J. Greengard, J. Moody, C. Goldberg, lil. Seymour. Fourth row: lf. Hussli, B. McGuire, M. McComb. G. Smith, M. Jensen, J. Hood, H. Grit- lith, lNl. Krueger, B. liuol, M. Johnson. 111 B. Barry, Mrs. J. Jcnnerjohn, M. A. D. Howard. Second row: H. Skund- li. Clauer, lf. Summeril, J. Klusendorf, S. Benn, F. Schwcr, M. Johnston. E. Erickson, J. Hogan, P. Grams, M. Phi Epsilon Kap a The purpose of Phi lCpsilo11 Kappa is to proinote phy- sieal edueatimi and raise the stanclards of the p1'oliessir1111 and te proyirle aetiyities and events of interest to stuclents in the fields of health erlueatioii, physieal ediieatifm, aiicl ree1'eati011. Tl1e aetivities for the year iiieludecl two sup- pers, and llltblllllly talks by p1'o111i11e11t guest speakers. This yearls ofheers were: llohert 'll0I'l'0S2llll7 presiflenti llalph Neale, yiee-p1'eside11tg llarolfl lflyans, seeretary, aml llunalrl Kerr, ll't'lLStll'0l'. First row, left to right: lf. Schuette, ll. Hester, VV. Rebholz, R. Nelson, R. Schoo11ove1', G. Larson. Second row: .l. .AI1tl01'SOI1, J. G. Wc1lf, R. Xeale, R. Kolseth, R. Toiresani, D. Kerr, R.. Francis. Third row: R. Heim, VV. I.11kaS, D. Spika, li. liiseh, J. Acker- 1111111, P. Olson, D. Rowlands, J. Hal- V01'Sc111, L. R121-1'iKfli, F. Tieheiior. Physical Education Club Tl1e Wmneiils Physieal lldiieatioii eluh met every Klon- clay 2ll.i0l'lltJOll i11 the Cluh 1200111 of Lathrop Hall. Their purpose was to IJITJIIIOTQ DI'tJf0SSltJII2ll aetiyity in physieal ecliieatimi. Offieers for this past year iiielurlerli .lo ,X1111 llec-k1'otl1, presifleiitg Sue Stuiiliel, Viee-p1'eside11tZ lllmeye Napper, seeretary, aiicl Gail l'll'tlII1ZlIl, t1'eas111'e1'. Speeial ac-tivities for the year were liigliligrlitecl hy tl1e annual HlllClGlll-filtdllly hanqiiet. First row, left to right: M. lxllllfllly, J. llz11'ti,q, S. Swinyartl, tl. Te11111le. D. Dol.ul.:i1is. Second row: K. Miller, li. Stevens, S. Stiimlel, .l. M111-cloel-1, G. l'lrrl111a11, P, Napper, .l. Hf't'lil'fJil17 Miss K. lNIeye1'. Third row: T. lVIal1i111pl1y, S. Yoiiell, Cl. Palmer. S. li:111clolpl1, K. Sureeve, K, Klug, M. Long. First row, left to right: P. Dunham. J. Morris, C. lngle, K. Slireeve. M. Hayden. X. Speitli. lt. lxfilllllllfg, M. Bobo. Second row: M. Dodds- lic-langer. M. l'lZlSiiID1lIl, T. Jantzer. S. Overlney, J. Sl,or'knnin, J. O'lteilly, A. fiLLl'lOI', lj.SiUl'liXVl'21i-lll'l'. K. Milla-1', K. King, A. Toles, Third row: J. Kagel, D. Dobbins, A. Sc'l1wc-luke, B. Rosen, C. Sc'ln'oc-der. S. Slawltlioiise, D. ltns- son, hi. Stewzml. M. A. Long. , Senior Orchesis Womens Dolphins Urehesis is the workshop for the liniversity danee niajor lYomen's Dolphins is well known on vanipus for its syn- or any other eligible and interested University student. chronized swimming show which is presented eaeh spring. Besides presenting productions in the Play Circ-le and Meeting weekly, the group prac-tives swimming ter-hniques Vnion Theatres, it provides lec-ture demonstration groups. and works to promote sportsmanship among its members. sponsors master danr-e 1-lasses by well known dam-ers, and Senior Dolphins are chosen in tryouts held in the fall does television presentations. Otfieers for the year were and Junior Dolphins is open to anyone interested. Julia O'Reilly, presidentg Ann Carter, vive-presidentg Jan- Officers for the yeat were Carol Bloxdorf, preridentg Sue ic-e Stoc-kman, corresponding ser-retaryg Shirley Overbey, Stunkel, vic-e-presidentg Ellie Heiss, sec-retaryg Sue Ches- revording secretary, and David Starkweather, treasurer. lwough, treasurer. Miss Ross is the faculty advisor. First row, left to right: C. Robinson C. Sutton. B. liarry, S. Sehwaller, J- Hansen, S. Avery, ll. Van Zillllbll- Second row: S. Farland, R. Him-ken, li. Heiss, S. Stunkel, C. liloxdorf. S. Cheslnough, .X. ltnsy, NI. gXl'II1ll1'llSit'l', l.. Potter, K. Kuhn. Third row: M. lSnll:unorc-, B, lilnvlc, li, Strong, S. Sea- stone, J. Payne, Miss Ross, J. VVillu-ns, li. Ceevliirii, S. Hutvhins. G. l'lI'4llI1ilIl, C. Tally, K. Grentoii, H. ltnliey, A. Olyniev, J. Troyc-r. Fourth row: M. lSull:nnore, S. Fishinzin, l.. Brown, A. Stoelting, lil. Aliilllilll, li. Bull. P. Burgess, D. ltielters, IC, Bassett, J. Boone, M. Maylnoe, IS. Mnthison K. Kopp, J. Saiilwrlic-li. 113 111111111-3' S1i10s, D1-:111 111' 1111' 501111111 of IQ11111':11i1111. School of Eclucafion T110 S1'1l0111 111' 1'1L1ll1'1l11lJll, 11lI'1Jllg1l g1'z11111z110 w111'k, 1'0- S1'2ll'1'1l 115' 111e11111e1's 111' 1110 1'2l1'll11Y, 111111 its 111'gz111iz011 1'lll'- 1'i1111111111, w111'ked 10wz11'11 1'z1isi11g 1110 s1z11111z11'11s 111' 10111-1101's 111111 s1-1111111s 111 1Vis01111si11, s11 1112111 111057 01111 11111101' 11111111 1110 111111118 of 1116 1il11l11'0 10:11101's 111' 11111' ll2L11OI1. T11 011111110 1116 study 111' 1110 0111111 111 his 11a1111'a11 1'IlY11'1lll- 1110111, 011111'z11i1111 s111110111s p1'z101i1'0 10z11'11i11g 111 0101110111111'y 111111 s01'111111z11'y s1'h001s 211111 111 y1111111 1'11111s i11 1110 x12l111S1lll z11'0:1. This is 110W part 111' 1110 11z1si0 12111 1'111'1'i1-11111111. Wis- 01111si11, YV1-st, and Fast High S1'h11111s, w011 as lllllllUl'- 1111s 13111110 s1'110o1s, w01'0 1110 s1A0110s for 1his a1'1iVi1y. 11110 111' 1119 1111j01'1iv0s 111' 1110 1'1d110a1i1111 S1'1111111's 11111- g1'z1111 was 111 1111001 1110 111111111111111 student ill s00i11gzg 1111w i111p111'1z1111 11 is 111 10:11-11 1111' 1110 i11111vid11z11 C111'1i1'1'0l11'1'S. E 5 , , Fltst row, left to right: Cf M111'1'i1111111. X. K110p111:111, .X. P1f111111111, IC. M1111111, li. fNI11y1:1'. S. North. IC. Kuplitz. M. .Xt11'0011, 11. 1i1Il1llSIlll'14'l', 1.. P1-t111's1111. Second row: IC. SU11111, R. .1l1Ilgl'l'F. P. 1101-km-11. A. 1.ipp. li. J111'ks011. L. 151ev1-1', P. Nll'I'1'Ill11L, 11. S1'1121K'1l1, P. S1-111111111-. X. 11I11Ill. J. Byc-rs. Third row: J. J0h11s011, J. 1N1it1'l11-ll, 1. 11l'11I11l1l1I1, M. C'111'1s011. A. 131-111111i11. G. 1S1'itt.011. 11. VV1-111-1', X. 'I01lllSO1I. T. 151111-tt. V. J11w01'ski, 13. 15011011 Fourth row: J. 1Dl1Ill'illl, IJ. 1JI'1LVl'S, E. 1'111sti1'1-. 13. V1-1't1-111, J. Bc1'111.1, G. SK'1l1l'1i, 11. -11Lf'O1JS, 11. 111Ill1l'IllilllIl, YV. 11:11't1x11111. D. 111-pp1f11, VY. XVi1-1's11111, H. 1'1111:111s. Phi Delta Kappa l'hi t'1l2lIJ1l-'I' 01' 1,111 13111111 1i11pp11 is tho p1'01'11ssi01111l 111111- 1'11ti011 f1'11t111'11ity for 1111-11 011 1'ilIl1pl1S. This Yfxill' 1111-y 1111111 thvii' 111111-tihgs 011 11111 first '1'1111s1111y 110011 01' 1-111-h 1111111111 i11 11111 1111111-11ti1.111 1Dll11111llQ2Q, 111111 11ls0 01111 11v1111i11g 1111111ti11g pm' 111011111 011 01' 111-111' l'illllDllS. 1'1l111111' 11. N1Gj'G1', J11. s111'x'1-11 11s p1'0s1dP11t 01' 11111 g2Ql'UllI7. f1i1ll'l' 01111-01's we-1'11: S11111'111't 13. North. V11-1--p1'11si111111t: 11. K111S0ll Atwoocl. s111-1111111'y-t1'1-11s111'111'1 1'1llg0Ill1 ID. Kup- litz, 1'111-01'11i11g2g S61-1'11t111'y: 111111 N01'he1'1 E. K00p1111111, 11111- 101'-11ist01'i1111. '1'h1- gLl'0llp st1'i1'11s 10 11111111010 free p11h1i1' 1111l11'11ti011 11s 1111 11ss1'11li111 10 11111 1111x'1-1111111111111 and 11111i11t111111111-11 01 ll i1OIll01'l'21l'Y 1111'0llg2Q11 1111- 1'011li1111i11g 111te1'p1'11t11ti011 01' 11111 i111111ls 01' 1'11se111'1'11, s111'1'i1'11, 111111 11-111101'sh1p. This 1'h11pte1' 1111s 0x'111' 500 11111111hQ1's, 111111 11111 i'1'11t111'11ily has 1'111-1111t1y11Xpa111l1-11 10 1111 i11t1-1111111011111 s110p11 hy i11s1111- 111ti011 01' 1-1111pte1's ill 1'1111111l11, N111xi1-11, 111111 1111w11ii. 1 '1'h1- 1'1'11t111'11i1y 1111s Ll jtbilli 1111111111111 with Pi 1.11111h1111 11111111 11111 p1'01QSSlUll2l1 1'11111'11l1011 s01'01'1ty, 01lI'1l yl'il1'. 1 First row, left to right: I., t'uupm'. G. l'il'0I1Stlll, D. Platt. G. Mt'l7mn:1ltl. H. lilliugt-r, C, Hvlstml, G. CillI'lSlltlIlSOIl. I.. l'il'lt'liS0ll. Second row: li. Ilztvirl- swirl-I. lA'IlSiIlg.fl.lltlllSl'Il, It.IIir1kins, M. Yniiglnzm. S. lvlllit'l'lll, M. Pc-tc-rsmu, l. Fromam, .l. NIt'l'i1ll'llll. Third row: J. ltolminson, P. Psvlwiflt, S. S4'ln1'rwtlv1'. H. Cliatclwivk, H. Zivgltw, M. .lvnsvn, G. Bl'l'lll'lll7tlC'll, N. ltugglvs. Fourth row: IN1. St-lnivirlt-r, C. Git-sst-l, G., 'l'lwisol1. lf. lioriam. lf, Lic-ss. l,. linu- m:um. M. lN'l:1rg1':1vt-, lf. Dolilu-n. Fifth row: li. liztmllmt-rg. IJ. livrn, J. ltllilltlillfl. X, I4lIltl2'l't'Il. J. ltussc-rt, li. l'iSlV1lll, lf. Sf'lllYt'I7Ilt'. G. Pvtc-1'so11. N0 SHONNG First row, left to right: J. tit-llmus, .l. :XIUl'l'Sl'lli'l, Second row: S. llussztult, li. Mr-l':mi1.S.'l'l1m11psm1. Y. Kl'l1l',2t'l'. ti. lllnlu-, l.. M111-llc-1'. Bliss ltliutl Third row: if lit-mpt-rt, C. Zatvlmw, lilllilltllkll. .l. Hula-. X. ICng10swir". Pi Lambda Theta l'i liilllllitlkl strivvs tn lw ut' s0l'vim'v lmth tu tho svlmol of l'lCll1l'2lll0l121llll its stutlt-nts. llS21llllS2ll'l' twofold. l"irst it works tuwzirfl l'0St9l'lllQ: at lJI't,Ji'ONSl0l121l spirit 211110112 its ll1tflHlN'l'S. Sec-omlly it strivvs to mztilttzliii :tml 9llt'tllll't1g0 high svliolulsliip Zlllltlllg wumvn 4-mlm-zltimi mzijors. Scheclers Sr-livtlws is tm 0I'gi1lllZ2tll0ll clvsignticl tu 2ltlY2llll't' thtr p1'0t't1ssim1:tl growth and tlt'YGl0plIlUlll ot' tiiturc itt2ltt'll0l'S. St-lic-tlws' otlit-vrs for this your wvrv Bt1l'lJ2ll'il Klm't':1i111, prvsiclc-iltl Tom lilll'llS, vit-ci-p1'vsirlu11tg .Izmir tlvstwif-li, St't'l'1'i2lI'j', zulcl Nlury Lou livnsmi, il'02lSl1l'0l'. fn 49' -4 'flirutngli avtivitivs thvy t'2l1'1'l0tl out tho 4-luh's purpusv liivlutlvtl wore: Q1 ll1I1t'l1f'0ll at thc- WIC,-X t'UllY0llflOll, ioiut mvetiiigs with Phi lleltzl liztppa. :mtl sex'vl'a1l trials. l,m14lm's we-rv: tic-iwva Nl:-Drmultl, lJl'6'Slill'lll 1 llatlzl l':lllll0Q2QUl'. vivv l'PSiCl4'lll, :mtl C'l1ztrlottct llvlstzul, t1'vzzsi11'vl'. ln ualclititm to the six lllliUl'lllill lllt'0llllQIS he-lil hy vlulm momlwrs, tho Svliotlfws f'll1l1Jit'l' cnt' tho Wismmsiii l'illlll1'f lvuc'l1v1's .XSStI!'ltllltJll spmisun-rl at stzltv 1-uiivoiitmii tlll .Xpril tilt h :tml sixth. Bliss Surat lluv avtvrl as svnim' :ul visor to thv U'l'UlllJ, Miss llvlmi llanwo, 'Il1lllHl'ililYISUl'. 21 117 Graduate School Grzuluate Sc-11001 is made up 01' the xiiiiiiomiis depart- nwnts which Olllilxl' 11lSlI'l1f'l10ll lourling to tho gllilllllllg of zulvzilirlvcl clegrvvs. Last yvzu' C1955-5151 tho 1'i1iVe1'sity of lVisc'o11si11 gl'2L11l01l 3-113 c1oc'to1'z1tPs, and 817 I112iSl9l'lS 114-gm-vs. The llIllV0l'S11'y grants zilmut 4.5 pm' wut of all Phllls clcgreos givon iu the Lvllllllll States mu-h your. Vllllfx fllilllllklll' School helps SfllCl0Il1S to S0f'l11'0 111131101211 zissistuiivv tlirougli fellowships, sr'1io1z11'ships, and tvavhiiigg :xml 1'OS02lI't'11 ussistzmtsliips. This yrti' thvrv ZIIT' 3,1011 211111112110 stlulvnts 0111011011 in 1114- Lmix'01'sity. llvzm Cl. A. lfllvvlijuiii spent 1111 of his sturlvnt lift- at thv ll1llY01'S11y with 1110 vxvr-ptioii 01' um- year HIJOII1 ut Cmn- lrriilgv. H0 l'c'vc-iw-41 his hm-livlms in 19223 :tml his P1113 iii 11127. His iiizijm' livlrl Ot' stucly is 1miur'1i011iist1'y. 118 C x lilvulnjom. Dum of the RTK' Sfflmul. John Bowvrs, tiC'2lIl 0 in-:il Svhool. f thc' Mul- Medical School Klcwliwil mllivaitioii :il thcl l'iiiwi'sity ui' XYisf-uiisiii has iiif-wzisvcl its viiiphusis mi thai asp:-vt ot giving thc- Silltiftllt thv opportuiiity ut' 'tkimwiiig pcluplvf' Its p1'0c'vptoi' pro grain ai uiiiqiu- vxzimplv of this. Yiii1I'Ul1gh it thv stuclviit has the opportiliiity to vstzxhlish 1-lusv pvrsoiizil 1-mitzu-I with il111i7lli2lTUl'y pzltic-nts, pi'z1c-Iii-ct with 21 physiviziii :uid z1pp1'vc-izito his rmitiiiv, and gain ohstotrir-all vxpm-i'i4-iii-v Tho pl'0gI'21lll is ut'I'vi'0d to :ill iiwclivzil studviits fluriiig thvii' sviiioi' yvzu' ot' svhool. lvlltil'l' it the studviit spx-mls llirvv months with ai pi'z1c'tic'iiig pliysii-iziii. fig? kgs --Qs: ,ii iliikgg f fi 'siglli' QV , f,,Qfwi55gL vm Wikgiig -mmszwiq-gf,.3zfgs hw ff , 1 ,E 'Y 1 Q- dim if A...A., A - ff -:wmv win 'e:LS11ia:1g:v -7? I rg Qfifzfikiigwfe Af, .ww Tllfifilk . Q i . A A, zvbw Q5 'E Ik 'fwusl i few First row, left to right: J. X1- 111'ig11t, If. K1'111111, II. IJ1-vi111', W. U1s1'11, II. 1111111-. IJ. IillI'2lIl11T IJ, S11:111:1111111. IV. 11111, J. I,l'1'1- Illitll, 17. S1'11111i11t, Ii. 1J:1111'01'111, 11. I501'1'l1:11'11t. A. Iilll'1iIil'lJ. Se- cond row! ll. Al1111s, CI. IiI'UIl- Illl1Si, 11. 131'11w11, 11. IiK'114'l'. 11. VV1111:111, T. IC1'1-:11111'1L, II. VV1111g. Ii. Y1-1-. 11. I5111111q11isl. X. 1111- x:111s11y. If. M1111-1'. Ii. O1s1111. Third row: A. I'I111'l1:11'11t. D. I5:11'111'1'. AV,S1'11111-11111-111-1'. J. I"1'-V. ID. P1-1111, I". M1-1111s, J. I.:11's1'11. Ii. X01'11'11, Ii. S:11'1'11. A. SWM- 1:11111, IJ. 5111111111-, I". M111'1':1y. Fourth row: Q. 1':111i1-s, J. 1'11"11'v J H1-1111-11 I Iil'll11ll ID SI1111'w11111l. J. Ii:1,111111, G. C'1':11111'1', T. C'11:1.1k111y, IZ. A11111'1'f011, G. Y:111111-1'v111'f. Ii. VVi11i:1111s, Ii. X111'111i11gt011, IC. IQIUIJIJUKIILI. Fifth row: AY. IY1-sllvy. H. IiIll!II1l1lIlI9I', Ii. K111'11i1z. IJ. OTQ II'IlSIl1l'yl'I', .I. I5111x11111'l, P. Mv- I1111111. G. I.:111g, T. 1,1-i1'111, J. S1'111111'z11t111'. P. S111111'111':1111'11, VV. M1'K1111, K. M:11111is, A. Iiilllij G. P1'11ts1c11, T. Mz11't1-11s. Phi Chi Nu Sigma Nu 71121.11 1311121 1'1111111111' 01' 1,111 C111 A118 ut 1 111w 11 51541111 I1 ' l'11iv1-1'si1y 111' Wim-1111si11 i11 1021 101 111 11111110 111 11 N I1 1 1 X911 111 IIN s 111 0 ship1111111-st1111y01'1111111i1'i111 511111 111 1I11lN x 1 It 1 Ill 11 1 N As 1 CX 1111x111 f 11'1-1'1- 11111 21111111111 "S1111111'1111k1 1111 111 1 N1 1 N X 11-ssi1111111 121111111 1111111ti11ggs. 211111 11 1 ,. 11 N JI gg 11111 111itiz1ti1111 I'I0l'Il12l1. Ilflllg 115 h 1 111 1 1 lll JI N 1 IX 1'1'1-11 Iikli. V11-11-p1'11s111111111 130111111 13111 111111 Ill 1 111-111'y IiL1I1l', S1-111'111z11'y 11111 11112 2,1011 s N 1 N 11111 1 lIl0ll 01 01 1111111 First row, left to right: .I. IJUII- k11', J, 1.1-iss1'i11g, H. Si1111111, I". IZ11y11oI11s. J. I'1'11:111, VV. Y1111111. If, Mil1'111111, II. fJOI'IIIl'l'. Second row: J. Millor. A. I,ips1111tx, 11. 11:1gs11:111'. R. I'i1'IiSil'IIl, K. I'IIl- 111'1', .I. AA111'11:11'11, I. 1111s1'1111111'g, I..11111-111.R.T1111111l11, Third row: 13. BI111111. I7. S11y1111111, J. A11pg1-- vi111-. S. lIz11'k111:1.11, M. 1i:1.1111111'1'. I.. K111:1vy, I". I11'1111'1-1', .I. Iillis. Fourth row: A. I1:1ss111', Ii. Nlvr- 1111w, S. 1NI111Z111, X. X:11'l11'I1, 17. 1":111:1s1'1i. 17. G11111111111111g.g11, S. W:1,1L111'1'. ID. ciI'1l-Y, J. IIiIlllIll'I- 1'1'i1-11. Fifth row: T. Kiv1i11, T. 4l1z1ss111-1'. I.. P011:1,1-111111.G.fl:111t, 11. 110s1111111'1'g1. 1,. I'Il'HIil'1'. I". 150111. Ii. N11'111:111s. 15. 51l'IlIll'. 122 .,, :W i Vtl First row, left to right: li. l+'ri4-tl- lnzin, ll. Sntliwttrttz, S. Woomls, A. lVIillm', J. Wrix, ll. Slieiiluw, J. Vivciss, J. Zitzer, P. Stein. Se- cond row: Ii. Horwitz, VV. Wi- Viott, ll. Gzmhr, P. lionml, lll. Ur- iuzin, K. Bogost, l'f. Pizer, .X. Corntit-lil. Third row: M. lizunn- blzltt. J. hfloskowitz. J. Fink, lf. Slinlkin, l.. Stein. Almsl-lit: S. Mullin. H. Oxnmn, VV. Dnvill- ,,,, son, D. B:unulml:1tt, ll. l.oellle1'. , ' i Phi Delta Epsilon Phi Delta lipsilon was foundecl ai few years ago ou the University of NYist'onsin vunipns to honor niediczil stu- dents. lt strives to promote fc-llowsliip lmetween fellow students and with the fzu-ulty. Kleetings, lligliliglited by guest spezlliers, rushing fum'- tions :incl parties wc-i'e iniporlunt evellls on the vulendei' for l'hi Delta lipsilon nieinlwrs. Mmnlnors ol' the medical school stall' servecl its the speakers. .l t'.Q.,, x af" X . ,lg ti nn...Q+- A ll i"'f Q. an Alpha Delta Theta The interest of Alpha Delta rlllllxlil lies in promoting social and intellectual c-oopvrution :intl fvllowsliip tnnong medical tee-hnologists. A l'1OL1l1LlPl',S Day lmliqliet hvlrl in l"0lJl'll2ll'j' Zlllll Christ- mas caroling at the hospital 21l'0SOI11t'0l.llS social uc-tivities. The oflicers for this year were Y0l'Il2L lloyer, prvsillvntq Dorothy Hughes, Vic'e-presidelitg lizithryn lloovor, swiv- tary, and Sandra Paprovki, tix-zLsi11'ei'. First row, left to right: li. Beig- niain. J. lim-nglf-r. M. Ht-Hy, li. liloom. H. Xivlts. J. IJMYQ-sl-. S, Ht-t-kt-r. Second row: Ii. Bloom, X. Hornigolfl. li. lingel, IJ. Hnglies. Miss .L 'l'lio1'ng1:i11-. Y. l'l1lj'l'I'. li. lloovt-1: l'l. lvvlwr. S. P:1pi'or'ki, S. Gif--'l-. Third row: S. lilrlo. ll Nl'lIl'Ill'f'llll, IJ. lvjillllll. S. SXYHIISHII. l'. lim'- lrrillgl-. li. lfruulr-. li. lJl'llSt'XYllZ. M. linllnltf-. Y. llovnitx. S. llf-iivlu-l. .-X. l42!l'St'll. X. Morton- svn. J. l'rowvll. .l. t'c'ln1u-igx. Miss Marjorie M:mcL:ichlin, di- rvrtui' ol tho Svhooi of Nursing. In thv past, the nursing dvgroc- at the Ifnivvrsity of Wisconsin was giuiitecl after the student had Stlldifxd for h I f iivv ycrzirs, inrluding two sunnner sf-howl sessions. During O this past year, at four year r-nurse was hc-gun, whivh ro- , quiros three sunnners of study. Vnder this plan, there is N u no separate pre-nursing c-nurse, for the first nursing courses are offorcci the student during her freshman yoar. The third and fourth year 1'6l112Iill approximately tho same, GKURGIA NIUE R308 1 ,J U W Q P fy -EZ,.:,,.3:g:' W . gg? 2 ' x 5' 'cw ELS! E356 R m S, 3 P5 4 4 'iff A 3 Y 'P' w l JB PNN GASKKLL N 91? , 4 4 DOREEM KOCH JOAN ISYNMUS Graduate Nurses . . Q, .,,. .v , A , Ms l wil 3, 'M ii 1 if X H y war name no samsv cow: Qmiwmrsiilg mf Bmismmmgim Sfslhuml IUVE Nmmixmg Q of ww NANCY HALL b 1 iff, k 121 W i fi - " K Zi -4 I R 1 A . 4 Jill Lllilllci JOAN! RUSGO ,, if . , 9 vt 322215 -M ki? ?3?A'Q'g5 . S , Q rw m V, be QP' ia 8, E, Eg 2 :iv f-fi V' me BKRBARA EASTWOOD 4 511,115 Primm x w QM R :Q . 5Kr9V' M DONNA AQNNSQN 2' 'JS 4, . ' Q i 'fy Dom-in? PAEYSQQ .X gg Z -KNO! stuawzx causuncs smrn School of Pharmacy Arthur H Ihl D f tl SCI I fPh Two hunrlrc-rl 211111 Iifiy llIli10l'Q!Ql'2l1ill2lIUS, plus svvelity uluuto sillclciiits, viijnyf-cl spvilcliiig Ihv full sr-howl yvzu' in the iivw l'l1z1i'im1vy Wing of tin- C'I1c111iisti'y Iiuilcliiigf, xxiiivh was fwigilizllly mpc-mill lam' in thv spring of 1950. '2ll1gXl'lill1l' II. l'hl :md his sfziii' also appi'vc'iufm1 thi' llllpl'0V6'ii insti'i1c'ii011 fzu-ilitivs. Br-sides c-l:1ssxx'o1'k iiistriim-timi. thi- fzivillty and students -rvvmmstzliitlyc-z11'1'yiiigoi1 l'0Sl'ill'f'il iii the f'hPIl1iSfl'y, pw- Tzitioii, fvstiiig, ami siziiiciuixliziiig of drugs, :md in thi' ysic-S of lzilmlvt i'OI11lJI'l'SSiUl1. " .. . if- First row, left to right: Y. B011-11. 11. B1'1f11z11, M. 1i1':111l1-, N. 1111111195 111 I Ill 1 , 1 L0 N x '111 1 Xichm D Hlgf 111. Second row: 11. Vz1.11111-11l1111'g, I". Migli1111o, F. 11111111-ki, J. Slmw, R. N 1 It t 1 LN li lla T ir row 1015 1111 511111111 T. J1111111111, J. G111'11Q11ie1', D. T1111s1111111, 11. D1111s1'11111', T. Nivmizwivc 11 li M 1111117 1 1x1111g11 H Hoffmin Four row 11111111 H2lI'kl'I1112l1l1, M. OI'12ll1f10, VV. VV:11'11, J. 11iI1f1OXV, if 1i:1s11111ss1-11. L. Iii Ill 1 I' qf'1111fJ4I 1111 IX Absent from picture I Im 1 Wisconsin Pharmaceutical Society Tho XVis1'1111si11 P11111'111111-11111i1-111 Society is il p1'11f1-ssi1111111 group of ph111'111111-y Stl1l1Gll1S 111111 EL st11111111t h1'11111'11 of both the A1111-1'i1'1111 Lllld VVis1-1111si11 1,h2lI'lI12ll'0l11iK'lL1 Assm-i11ti1111s. The S111-ivtyis monthly 1111s11111ss 111110ti11gs 111'11 11igh1ightP11 with guvst sp1'11ke1's i11 ph111'111111'y 111111 111111111 fi11111s. 1111 tho so1'i111 sidv, 1111- groiip has 21 p11111'111111-y 11151111 hoiiso, 21 spring 111111113 21 spring pi1-1111-, 111111 21 s1111i111' 11111111111-1. This yvar, il Ch1'ist11111s party was g1Yl'I1 for 11111 p11ti11111s 111 thc- tubal'- vulosis s1111ito1'i11111 111111 gifts W1-1'11 11ist1'ih11t1111. Tho 11f1i1'111's for this y11111' w111'1- 11111111115' B111111, p1'11si11e11tg Gerry 1i111l11s, Vive-p1'0si1111111: 111111 BI111'y 1,1111z, S1-1-1'11t111'y. 128 Rho Chi Rho Chi, lCta chapter on this campus, is a pharma- ceutical honor society. They recognize honor in phar- macy, and attempt to promote the advancement of the pharmaceutical scicnccs through the encouragement and recognition of intellectual scholarship. Officers for this past year were: Raymond Madritsch, president, Gerald liarahench, vice preside-ntg Anne Loge, secretary, and Malcolm Mr-Cutcheon, treasurer. The group met monthly, with meetings being held in the pharmacy school. Activities for the year includcd sponsoring the annual Hlidward Kumus memorial lec- ture"and an awarding to a freshman pharmacy student. Left to right: J. Karahensh, vice-pre-sidcntg R, Maclritsch, presi- mlentg A. Pauly, secretary: M. McCutclioon. treaiurcr. First row, left to right: Ur. G. Sonncrlcckcr, J. Katalmcnsli, R. Maclritsch, A. Pauly, M. McC'utcl1con. Second row: M. lic-nz, D. Canliam, S. Kramer, L. Dittcrt, T. Mcclwick, D. Tousman, IC. lircnzel. Third row: A. Hackcnclahl, J. lim-instein, J. Gus-ntlicr, W. Tillman, A. Dru- Iiulis. Fourth row: VV. Haddad, D. VViti:ik, W. Rchlmcrg, B. T. liho. 129 F' t 1 ftt ' ht: lf l 1-'s . if W'l." , M. Cl: ss fl, M. Kunkel, li. l,e111a11slii. Second row: .l. Healey, NI. Kraulo KI. Lenz, B. Breii- ztiliSXr.0lZl11Sy, lgriieier, lW.lCgh1ilii1, M, Thirdirdw: J. Kelsey, M. Smith, H. Jones, ll. Brautll, D. Sehlapper, N.,Lu11clgrcn. Fourth row: P. Murray, IC. Kraty, li. l'll'tLIlX, N. Saxton. E 'I The highlight of this yearls aetivities ot' the lviiiversity of lYiseo11si11's ehapter of Kappa lipsilou, uatioiial pll2lI'- maey sorority, was tht' sororityls national t'O1lVPllflOll which was held 011 eampus May 17 and l8. Women phar- maey students from all over the lvuited States attended. Siuee its liouudiug i11 HJ25, the l'11iversity,s ehapter l1as worked to fulfill Kappa l'lpsilo11's purposes. The first of these is to unite woiueu pharmacy students. It also tries to sttiinulate a desire for high seholarship among its 111e111- hers and to foster a prot'essio11al eouseiousiiess of their lield i11 them. Besides i11fo1'111al husiuess iueetiugs whieh are held lllUllll1ly7 Kappa Epsilon has its soeial side too. This year its Il10Il1lJ0l'S had a party with Kappa Psi, pharuiaey t'rater11ity, and had Zlll i11itiatio11 party at tl1e home ot' their advisor. They also made a tour ol' lYiseo11si11 Gen- eral Hospital. The otlieers who guided Kappa lipsilou this year were Betsy lirenzel, presideutg Mary Lenz, Viee-presidelitg Nauey lilust, treasurer, and llarbara lfrauz, seeretary. 130 First row, left to right: ll. Clwvii. S. lNIiu'ry, l". iXllu'ecl1t, T. Nil-tlzwivr-lei. J. Mvyt-r, T. Phillips. J. lull P li D T ll mm Secon row: .l. Hung. K. Mayvr. R, SQlc'hv1't. J. liILl'IllJt'IlSll, S. IiUSl'Il, KI. Oxiuan, H. Maclritsvli. T. He-artl lu I lloluiin l C ml I T 1r row: IJ. Kamiass. N. Jvnny. VV. Zoclrow. D. llass, J. Liilclow. .X. llac-kt-ntlalil, I.. l'h':u'lqz-1'. li. llikaloi ln 'Nl N11 lll l lusin Fourth r w ll. Kilrlsig. J. Kcalv. liunalcl llarris. ll. liulm. li. lliivsvlit-1'. ll. llullinaii. A. Sinliula, li. liramlt. C linll nicht F1 ' J. M4-Mt-iialuy. D. l'Iln-rt. lt. Hilgllll, J. fYlllt'lllllt'l'. li. SI'llIlllllllll'. Kappa Psi, pll2Ll'lll2Lt'0llllt'Zll fi'at01'i1ity, was foiimlvtl in l8Tll at Russel Military Avadciny. The l5vta Psi r-haptvl' was vstalmlishecl at tho l'i1iV01'sity of Wisvoiusin in llllfl. lfoiimlvrl to fostvi' high iclvals, St'll0l2ll'SlllIJ and pharnia- vvutival 1'csva1'vli aiming its inoiiilwrs, Kappa Psi also works to inspirv lasting pridv in tho fratviwiity and in tho pi'ot'vssioi1 of pllarlliavy among them. flll thc- professional sitio, Kappa Psi invc-ts the first Nlmiclay of oavh month. Speakers ill tht' rvlatc-d fields of 1114-tliviiw arlclross the l'l'2lft'l'llllY at thvsv lll0t'llllgS. Un thc' sfwial siclv, Kappa Psi has a clllI'lStIl12lS somi- t'm'mal, a spring fornial, and date' partivs llllvllglltllll thc- vt-'ii' 1 . 'l'ln't-v of Kappa Psi's most pmiiiiiwiit niemlwrs aw llr, A. l'hl, Dean of thv Phariuac-y Sm-liool, Dr. I.. Buss:-, .Xssistant Dvaii ol' thv l,l1ill'lll21f'Y Svliuol, and Dr. ll. Wiirstcfr, lllllll' favulty aclx'iso1'. Thv ufiir-Prs ul' Kappa Psi for this ylllll' wvrv Josvph ll. Nlayc-r, rvgviitg Thomas J. Phillips, Ylt't'-ITXQQUIIT, ai1cl'l'vtlcly Niwlxwit-1-ki, S0f'l'0li1l'y. Kappa Psi John Ritl'llif', D1':111 111' 1 Svhfml, Tho XYiSC'0IlHill Law S1-lmol was 111111 of thv first gxlllfxfi- 111111 lam' sc'1111ols to establish u H11'11v y0:11'w1111's11 lPadi11g1t11 Ll I3111'l1v1o1' of I.11w Ilvgggxwlv and to adopt thv vase hook 11111111011 of i11sl1'11c'tio11. T110 FGQQLXIEII' g1'11cl1111tv p1'11g1'z1111 i111'l11de-5 the Masters Daf- grvv ill Law, whivh l'0flllil'GS il yvzu' of 1'0siclv111'o 9111111111- sizing the 1111111811 work. After 11111111 S1'h00lillg, 21 law stu- dvnt 1-1111 OIlI'll H10 Drwtol' of J111'i1li1'z1l Si'if'llf'0 Degrev. T110 IV1's1-011.1171 Lau: 1f1f1'1'w11' is 21 p1'of1-ssi1111z1l 1l12IgilZillP pllblishfld by the sr-howl fm' its st11clc'11ts four times il j'l'LlI'. Lam! School 1- 1. Sitting, left to right: J. Brower II, J. Berry, L. Tiimlmitts, I.. Knutson. Standing: IC. Hodson, R. Grinnn, K. Benson, R. Alierg. Law School Association if 5 ,, .MA The Law School Assovintioii is the self-governing ol'- gzinization of the law student hody. It is a part of tht' .-Xinerican Law Student Association whivh is thc! national organization of law studvnts sponsored by thv A11101'ic'uii Ban' Assovintion. A sevoii niciinbei' lflxm-ntive Council guides the activi- tivs of thv l,.S.A. Rvpwsviitntivos to the l'Olll1I,'ii nw 1-lcwtod eavli spring. The L.S.A. is an ac-tivo orgzniizzition, both zimicl01iiic'zil1y :ind soc"izLlly. It is in 1-hinge of forum and spozikc-I' pro- grznns, thc- Law Ball, und the stndvnt-faculty pivnii-. Ro- sidvs this, it 1-:1l'1'ies on il joh plzwviiiviit progruni und vo- ordinatos that new stndc-nt advisory progrznn. It also vondur-ts ii hook ext-innigv mart for law stndvnts, von- dncits an inti'i1-sc-hool nthlvtiv progrznii and pnhlishos t"l'l1v Advoc-z1tv',, thc- svhool's newspaper. Uf'Iivei's for tho your wmv Lewis W. Tihhitts, prvsidmitg Iivnnoth Y. Hvnson, x'ic'0-p1'0sidenf 1 .Ioan Berry, sc-c'i'0t:11'y, und Lo Hoy W. Knutson, il'9Z1Slll'Ul'. 133 111111151 1111111111111 111 1811.1 11111 1.111x'111's11y111 111s1-11115111 1'11ZlID- 11'1', 112l1'1illl 11111, 1111111111111 111 18511, IS 11111 oldest 11111111 1I'Ll- 11'1'1Il1y 1111 1-a111p11s. I1 was 11111111111 111 111111111' 111 .111s111-11 .1111111 x1211'S1l1l11 1121111111 1114 11111 1'.S. S11p1'1111111 i'11111'1. 1111111 111 111z1s1 11111-11 21 1111111111. xY110f', C111V111'11111' Yl'1'1l111I '1'1111111s1111. 111111 1.J1'2l11 .1111111 11111-11111 111' 1111! 1'11i1'111's11y 1,z11VS1'1111111. '1'11is -YGZLIJS 11111111113 11'111'11 1'12l1'1 1,i11y1111111, 11111gis11'z1111: 11:11'11y Smith, 11x1-111111111113 1111111 151'11'ks1111, 1'11'1'1i, 111111 11111111 111111111111111. 111S11J1'1il1l. 134 First row, left to right: 11. 111'11'1iSU1l, 11. 1111111111-11. H. S111i111. .1. C11111111111111. 111. 1.111y1111111, P. 11Zl1'1lSl'1, V. S111111:1s. 13. S1i11111111'. Second row 17. M111'111111. .1. By111's. 11. 1,1S1Jl1, 1'f. .XSI11-11s1111. 19. 1111Il11, .1. 1il'SS1l'l', T. 1i1'j'S11tl1i, 11. .1111111s1111. Third row: 1.. '1'11111111s, 11. G:L1s1:111, 15. 11:1.11 111111, W. vV2l111I112L1l. 17. C'1':1ig111i111, .1. 111111, .1. 11i11s, T. 1i111111y. Fourth row: 11. 11:11v111's1111, .1. 11iss111', .1. S011JIl1l111, .1. Si1v111', VV. 1Zi11s111', P 1gI'111l1i1HV, .1. C':111:1g11:111. Fifth row: S. 111111111'1s. IC. Nl'l1I111'j'l'1', C'. 1'1111'I1121Il. M. M:11'g111is. 1.7. 131111111-11y. D. A111':111:1111. P. N111s1111. Sixth row 11. l11'i111111, D. 1111111111 .1. 1'111'111s. C. .X11111'111g:1, 11, VV11111111. 11. SXY1'1X, P. Hi111111. Seventh row: .1. 1i1'1111'111'. P. Z111'k1111's1ai. 1,. 1'11111s. 17. 111'1'l'111l1l I XY 1111111s. P. 1,11x'y, 112. 1111411111. .1. 1i11'11..1. KI:11'1i11s1'111. 11, 1.11w111'11. .1. I1:111s. '1'. 1111111111: Phi Delta Phi 11111 13111111 P111 is 11111 1111111s1 1152111 1'1'111111'11i1y i11 11111 1'.S.. . . - ,..t 1- Y . . . v. . 1,11111'11111111 01' C111l11l1I' 1111111111155 XY111l g1111s1 sp11z1k111's 11111 .X1111111g its p1'11111i1111111 1lll1I111J1'1'S 111'11 S1111z111'11' 1X111x:11111111' Th Phi Alpha Delta "N-1-1 111'1111i11gs. 01111-1-rs 1111' 11111 y11111' i1111111111111: Ci11y1111'11 J11111z, j11s1i1-1 .1111111 K1111'11z111, X'11'1'-'11lS111'l'Q 11111111 I111111111111, 1'1111'1i: Wil 1111111 J111111s1111. Il111l'S1lil1, 111111 1'1'111'. 671111111511 XY. 1'1US11'1' NVQ 1111x'is111' 111 11111 g1'1111p. 111111 2111111111-Q 111111 i111111s 111 11111 1111111 111' 111111 '1111PY 111517 111 111-rs, 111111 21 S111-1111 111111111 l.I'0lll 11111 1'ig111's 111' s11111y. rl11l1' g1'111.1p 11'i1-s 111 p1'1111111111 "p1'11f11ssi1111:111s1111' by p1'11 g1'11111s 1111111111: 21 p111is11, Hl1IlIJ111I119ll11llg3Q 1-lass 1I1Hf1'l1f'1111Il 10111111 111 p1'111'i1111 1111-1'111s1111g:g 1-l'l1UNVS1l1ID 111111111g1111-11' 1111-111 1111111 1'1li1p1C'I' 111 1111111131121 17111111, 11111' 11'111111'1111x'. 111-111 11s 1111-1-111115 1111 'l1111l1'S11ilj' 11X'1'1l111g.KS 111 N11111is1111 1'1-s- 111111'11111s. S111'111':11 1111111 11i1111111's 1111111 1111111 1111 S2l1lll'11l1y , . ls Sxtting, left to right: I". .11111:111ss1111. 11. lill1l1S1Jll. G. IN11111111, P. P11111-11. J. 1-111w111'11, XI. 15111'111:1s11-1'. VV. Sw:11'111'11111, G. 1511y1'1-. T. Ki1k. Secon d W: YV. 1VI!lllS1il', D. M:11'1i11, 111. S1'1111111:11'11111', J. 151111-11. J. M:11'11:111, G. J1-1112, .L 11111111111'11, VV. .1111111s1111. M. 111-11vi1111, J. G1'111'1111':1111, A. .X111-11. ir1.i row: 13. J111'111:111, 11. f1i111'11111'1, J. 1i1111'111. P. C'1'11111p. 11, lil1'1Z14'Il, 1,. Koss. J. Davis. 17. i,l1V1'1', 11, M1-VVi11i11111, 111. 1I1111Q1111, IJ. 11.:1y, 11. 1x:1y. 17. 111111111-11. 19. Y:111g,fL1111. Fourth row: J. l1II.I'l'j', F, P111is1-11. K. M1'i'111'111i1'k. G. 1Z:11111:111. YV. C'11i11gL. 11. c1lK'I11'y. M. 1'111y1-1'. .L -1111 111s1-11. W. NY1111111111. 11. 1111-1:1-11111111. Ci. lIll41', 13. 11111-1'w:11'111111'. S. 111g:11111'11s1-11. Cl. 11:11'i1'11. J. 1iy:111. 13 5 1 . W 6 , X, - L. --.M I-T' N, - f L,f, ,W 4, Yfffafg ,M-gp N4 5 . syn I tI'Xll4 lu mn lwm 11111 nu tml: 111- M10 the lIltXl1llJll 111 -1 7-Q--'r.,,.,,.q K 4 1 as Army Thv primary purpose of the :XVIHY Roscwvv Uffic-01"s 'l'1'ai11i11gL Corps at thc! l'11iYc-1'sity of xxviSf'OIlSill is to To train and prvpurv vollege mvn as ofHc'4-rs for thv .Xrlny livservv Uorps and also for lhv regular army. l'ml0r tho r-0111111211111 of 131101101 Chvstor I". A-Xllc-11, the military 1lUD2l1'tIH0llt p1'esP1m1d i11st1'uvIio11 pertainillg to six b1'21lli'h0S of thc! s01'vic'0 whim-h we-rv: Infalliry, Uorps of lflllggillc-ws, Military Polivv Uorps, Signal Corps, 'l'rz111s- pmtzitioll Umrps, :uni Blvdimll S1-rvirv Corps. Thr- Army's hm-:mvy tanks shook thv fUllIld2LtiOI1S uf State Strvr-T but brought vxclzuuzztions from thc- vrrmwd during the Arun-fi Forces Dany paimde-. Volonr-I ctllixilvl' F. .Xlll'Il, Al x A stiff right u1'111, tlw p1'v1'oq11isitc for :1 II1ill'Cll 011 Arruvcl Forces Day past the rf-vivwiiig stzmd. Air Force f7olr:11c-l Pziul I. 1'lI'0llllll'g0 l7o1'c'e. 138 Tho air force progralu at thc lvlllV6I'Sltj' of Wisconsin was established to dc-vvlop an lllld0l'Sl'2.l1dlIlg of the pur- poses and the fum-timis of air powvr in the rlvfvnse of tho lfuited States. Colmwl l'. I. l'l1'OllJllI'g9I' and his staff taught the prin- ciples of modern wul't'a1'e and helped train vzulclidates to be intelligent, t'0Illp0ft'lli, and alert Air l"m'c-ci ofhcers, including traiiiiug flights in their progrzim. 1'11l11111-I I31111gl:1s IC. R1'l'Vl'. lfh M11 riiws. Navy T1111 Nz11':1l H11s111'x'11 H1111 1 1 1111111 111ps 11 .1x PN lished 111 1111' l'11ix'1'1'si1y 11 1 1x1 1118111 111 1111 111111311111 111'1'e1'i11g s1'l111-ted M11111-111s llc 1 1 1'1f111ly with 1111191 11111111-11111 111 ll 1411 mg, 111 1 1111111 si1'111 ill 11111 Navy 111' KI111'i111 CUIIHN N 1 IJOIIQIITS 11111111 g1'a1l11z1ti1111. NIids11ip1111'11 wow s11l1'1-1111 1111 1 IIS 1111101 llll 111 Q11 11-1 11 two ways: 1'C'111111'111-ls" 11 11z1Val s1-i11111-1- 1-l'0Ill 21111111115 gis11'a1i1111 111-vk: Hlivgiilz 11ppli1'1111t's Slxllifll' y1-111' ill 111511 S1114 111 1111 1 11111111 11 basis. This 1111i1 is 11111- 111 11111 11 1111111 4 .Q SL 1-1-ar Kneeling, left to right: l,, Snprisv, IJ. Ht1Il1,ll'l'SfPIl. Ii, Svxi-. Second row: J. I.:i:1lms, W. F1-in, G. T'il'0fii'I'ii'liSUIl. M, Iillis, li. Pivlm . . Third row: J. Bnlziml, .l. C'iri:u-ks, J. liI'2ll1liF. J. Milf-lu-ll. ll. Julmson. R. lim-vlu-i', HSI:-g1n:n1,'1'. BlllIlll'llSllN'li. l,t. Col, VV. Hulvs. i Society of Military Engineers Arnold Air Society Thr- Society of .'XlI1Ol'li'2lll Military l'illg.flllUl'I'S was or- To gain 21' l'l0S0l'2l1lLl I110l'f'C'li'i1'i0lll wlzltioiisliip ln-twun ffunizvd to avr llililli the ROTC cadets with militurv life ,'Xl+'Ii0'l'U .Xdvzuiced Cor as czulvts is tho VOZISOII wllv ilu :-Q I . . and what to expect wllilv in military svlvic-v. Arnold Air Society was iiflllllillltl. The society, iiUl'llli'Kl 11 Nlurvin Ellis sv1'vr-rl :is president: Dirk Pic-lil, sr. Vive- VlviSK'4lllSlIl in 1949.15 one of ITT ,Xrnolcl Ai1'S0l'i0ij' Sqlmml prvsirlvnt. and Bill l'ill'll, jr. Vir-G-president. runs, with llOZitlC1l13I'i0I'S in Wusliillgtmi, D. C. First row, left to right: M. Slizunvns. J. Nami. P. .XIlfll'l'SlJIl, Camry, M. Tdlliilllli A, I,:iz:iruS. R. liuknli. R. Wilrlai. Second row: .l. Sm-1 ll. Loi-llc-ii, B. Rlmc-rt. IJ. llvrlvl, R. Rc'l1ttvr. J. l.i1ki1-r. li. I,lK'lil'l', P. Jvglum, Cl. linz. li. Klinglwil. Third row: R. ixlilllfll ll. lA'lllll'Iil ll. Brown. T. blur-Iw, P. Ilzinwon, lu. Bl'illll1Sl'llXX'l'lgL. lx. Xvlllllllllll, S. Pvvll. Cf .loImsun, J. Timm. l R Plllllllllll i Mitchell Airmen First row, left to right: P. 1Jil11111. if 111111'11i11s, .X.C'11111111. 11. G:111i. J, VV11111. X, l1:111s1111. J. l.1l11'S2l1l1l. 13. R11'llIlI'1lS, D. l"j11111s11111, l'1.'l'llllI11I!S, . .1 1 . , 1 ,, . '.. 1 . 1, .,.., ',. '.' 1. ,, ' 0: Second row. 11. 1111111g11. li. K 111111111. IJ. l1l'K'1x. A. L11111111111. P. C11111f11.11l1, M. 1 5.1111 1. T. .l1lI1lx1. 11. M111g,..11. 11. 11111111-'1, 1.1 Il1llf1.Th1I'd r w IJ. 111-:1s:1. 11. 11i111z. D. Spring. 11. lgillllllilll, M. lgUI'11Oll. ll. Zl1Ilk1'I', J. Hi11i1i11r. 15. VVi11i:1111s1111. 11. 1li111x. Fourth row: Cf l11111k. 11. liI'll1'g1'I', G. Olson, C. lxI1'j'1'1', D. S11111111111, lf. J111'1111i, l.. .X111'111111I1'1s1111. VV. l"111l1. YV. S11111l11r. J. S1l'1!1Z. '1'1111 S1111i111y 111. NIi11-111111 .Xir1111111 11'11s 111'1L1111iz111l 111 11151. '11111' C'111111' 111111111 211111 11111 C'1'111-14 S11111111. 11111111i11111111 11'i111 1"1'i1z Nl. l11111s1111 11s C'1111l11i11. '11111' 11rg1111ix111i1111. 111111111. l11211'1'll 111 1111 11111 p111'111111s 111111 11111 C'11111r 111111111 if XYll11'll 11215 sp1111s11r1111 11111 .Xir l'1111'1'f' c10l01'f11l2l1'11 211111 1'r111'14 pI'l'Si'1ll 111 1111 11111 111111111111 111111 1111s1c111111111 g1111111s 111' 11111111 Drill 'l'1111111 111'11r si111'11, 1111s 1111s 11s its p111'1111s11: 111 1111111 111111' 11111 Air l'1Hl'1'O is 111 1111 1'11111'11s111111111. 1111si1- .X1"1111'l'C' 1'11d111s 111 11111 111'1 111' lP2l11111'Sll1D 111111 111 pr11- N111'l1 H1111s1111 11'11s 11111 1111111111111 J1111111s NY11111, 11111 11xe1-11 p11r11111111111'11r1l111A1111111111111 11111115 111111 1111' 1i1'1111s 1111 11f1i1111r 1i1'11 011h11'G1', 211111 J111111 1,i1111s111111 11111, 1111111111111 111. 1111 111 11111 1'. S. .Xir 1'lO1'1'1'. s111'i111y, 11'11i1111 111111 ll sing S111-1111 111e1111i11yg 111'111'y NY1'11li. 1111 141 Kneeling, left to right: H. li:1fli11g, li. lill'Clll1l'I'Q.fUI', T. liulloc-k. D. P1-:11'clo11. Standing: Sl'l'gL'2illi li. White, D. C"owli11g:. lt C1pl i11Vl'1l1t1 1 it111 1 t C1 ' Illlllll ll l1 N. Pll'l'f'l', B. Sl'llllll . ': :Q f 1 :ss s til 1-o11'l1. .1Xl1sv11 2 il Dlillll ' , 'r zu' . Varsity Pistol Team U of W Rifle Team Tho Varsity l'istol lilillll exists and l'ill'l'lOS out it's av- The Wis1'o11si11 Yz11'sily Rifle Yllllillll illltl tho liU'l'C' 1 tiviticfs i11 vo-o1'cli11atio11 with liU'l'C'. t0z1111 mot 'l'l1111'srlz1ys 111 the st111li11111 to p1':11'tic'c- llill' 111 ll The 1955-56 season was very s11c-c'essl'11l for tho pistol 4-hes. They then 1-o111p1'tvcl i11 postal 111z1tc-hes i11 NYl'11lll team. illlll tl1is past your the tl11'vv l92llllS z1tto111ptvd to svorvs of tho 1-o111peti11g lllPllllJi'l'S wv1'11 sont to other col 1110111 this c1st11l1lisl10d 1'01-o1'tl, wl1if-l1 i11c'l11cl0cl only Ullll loss. logos, illlll also i11 Sll0llllll'I' to Sllllllllltll' lll2llt'll0S 11'l1c11'11 thi 1 Tho group 1-xpz111dQrl to three lc1:1111s l101'z111sv of i111'1'0z1secl t1'a11'vlc-cl to other Big Vllvll Svhools. 111e111l11-1'sl1ip. illlll it allowvcl 111c1111lw1's to pz11'tif'ipz11c' lllOl'0. ljlbllillil Hz1111ilto11 Zlllll liolw1't Wood wi-1'v tho Vilplil First row, left to right: l.. Klllxisiak. ll. li:1c'l1111:'11. T. Stl-11klyl't, R. llit'liso11, ll. H:1111ilto11, .l. Ong, l':1'1tza,i11 ll. R11 Second row: Lt. IJ. Sells, li. Sc-l1111iflt, A. Newc'o111l1x-, J. l,:1:1l1s, D. llll'll2!1l'ClS, ll. Vl'oocl, Cl. Soldazt, if ClllI'lSlli?llSOIl SC'llVl'2i,I'l'l', Sfv. L. K4-ll11e1'. Scabbarcl and Blade First row, left to right: S. Murray. .l. Plmriiixtrl. ll. liwass. H. Zm-llvr. VV. SUI'Pll5K'll. J. llviilvkv, It. Rust-liln-1'g. Second row: R. Bm-auimmt, I". .Xll7l'llt'lll, T. Stall'o1'tl. R. Pt'IllllIlQ.fF. D. Huwlamls, J. lxliifklltllll, YY. Stoltz. D, Wfmtl. J. Hofft-rnan. IJ. Gaviiiski, P. liIl1'i'llPl', P. C'as1'y. Third row: VV. lfviu, S. Patch. C. lim-ssc-1', .X. Moollcfly D. Bach, T. lNIartiiwau, YV. lil't'lll'll, D. Fram'lu-, H. Shands. St'ahharfl aml Blade was l-Olllltll'Cl at thv l'l1iv01'sity of Wist-onsiii hy tivo aclv:1iic'vtl vurps 1-adets in 1904. Thr' National Suri:-ty ul' Sr-ahharcl aml Blade has lwt-01110 tho t'm'c-iuost military orgaiiizaticm ul' its kiml in thc- lvnitvrl State-s. Its ptirposv is to r-mwclimttv thv military depart- mvnts of tht- l1lllVt'l'SilY tlimttgli aclvam'0cl vorps meiuhvrs nl' thv Air l"m't'v, Ariny, and Navy ltvsvlwt- Ofhr-e1"s 'lll'2tllllllg Corps. The zu'tix'itic-s ul' thv yt-ar imfltttlcd livltl trips, talks by prominvnt gtwst spvakvrs, iuovivs, partios and the Military Ball. The mcmlwrs of this h0Il0l'itl'y military soc-it-ty I'6pI'f'St'lll the upper mm-fourth of thvir rospcr-tivo military classvs. The ullic'v1's of the yvar were: llc-rlwrt Zoollvr. tht- t-aptain: William Srmlwmsvln. the first livutvnaut, Iiolwrt Kwass, thv st-vmlfl lit-iitcmmt, and .Iamc-s Pluwman, lirst ss-rgoant. 143 raw Left to right: UM. Iillis. R. Zi kLU'l'. M:1jo1'G. Hzzllc-ntim-, Cl. Malizillw. Major R. Hull, D. fiIlIl1lUI'S4,lI1. H.Zoo1lc1', X, Ilzuisvu. Criptriin C. Illl P. Cxmiy. Joint Military Board Pershing Rifles I'J0l'lIl0tl in 1953 to sponsor' Military Bull, Joint lX'lilitaI'y On lVednQsdz1y I'X't'lllllgS in tllv IXlt'1110l'lZ1l Allilc-In Bozlrd has sim-0 brz111m-hed mit. C001'Clllli1llllg.f tl10 aims of Bllilding, 1110I1llTUl'S ot' l'01'sl1i11gL liiflvs, t'm11pa11y C'-2 mit eight military som-ietios and 1'vp1'cse11ti1ig thv interests of for drills and disc-missions 4-mmm-vriiing military Slllliltxt' sturlvnts in ROTC lmvv lwmi thc main goals of the year. 'l'l11'o11gl1 thesv I1lt't'llIlgS tho Il1C1IllJUl'S wmv helpccl in lu Pzitrif-k J. CHN-y was c'l1z1irmzm of thv lmmtrcl. Vflllllllg lwettm' zirmvrl l'm'c-vs otfif'0l's. First row, left to right: K. Killiiigstaul, J. Hanson, I", llvttlolt, G. Mulinllm, li. Iiilc-s, B. Niigc-I, J. Si-vw1'. Second row: G. Zciglc-1'. G. Ifislni L. Bliiitlim-1'. VV. Wvxtguer. J. rlJl'IllIllt'I', R. Attcw, M. Mmwgmi, E. G2LI'lltxl', IJ. llzmllotlsr-V, G. lltll1Slt'I'. Third row: li. Staiztckv, li. Mason, H Nlxxttlims, .X. liloyvr, J. CJlllIllIJl1t'I', VV. Long, R. P:L1's4n1, lt. VVitkowski, J. Svlivrz, D. Lvwis, li. Nvvv. Iwvn in vxislvilve' :ll IIN' l'l1ix'0l'sily of XYis4'u11sir1 sinu- pn, 1411111 . 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'x F g E743 University of Wisconsin Milwaukee Plans for the new Milwaukee extension of the llniversity ot' Wisconsin Combined the minds of Dr. J. Martin Klotsehe, former president of Wviseonsin State College and provost of the new school and Dr. E. B. Fred. president of the l'nivei'sity of Wiseonsin. On Ortolmer 15 speakers from both Madison and Milwaukee gathered to reeognize the oflieizrl opening ot' VW-M. Speakers Cfrom left to rightj were: Dr. J. Martin lilotselie, provost VW- M: William D. Melntyre, President, Board of Regents, State College: Donald Ramlmalt, pres- ident ofthe student body, VW-M: Walter Kohler, Governor: Dr. Edwin li. Fred, president. l'nivc-rsity of Wiseonsin: Helen Rehlmein, president of the student body in Madison, and Char- les Gt-latt, president of the lvniversity Board of Regents. On September 2-l the merger of the University Exten- sion Division and Wiseonsin State College into the new l'niversity of VVist-onsin-Blilwaukee beeame a part of history. The popularity of the move was evident from enrollment figures for the first day of elasses. There was a I5 per eent increase over the combined enrollment of the two sc-hools a year ago. The present-e of a university program in Milwaukee now enahles many who otherwise Could not do so to eon- tinue edueation and thus lmeeonie more useful citizens. Dr. J. Mzirtin lilotselie. pro- vost. l'niversity ot' Vl'iseonsin in Milwaukee. l47 li 1 . W, 1 ,V Maw-ef. Afhletics Wayne Rogers o Editor il 2: 551. , i misfit sw :wx Q ,.k. f m iz A X x ,w Q. l x VS f xg 5 .,. v K 'N R E R xxx.. k VW 5-Qs xg R , .1-.f vw X x 'x Athletic Department The four men gazing out over the snow-covered, vacant stadium on the opposite page represent the University of Wisconsin Athletic Department. From the left, they are: Ivan Williamson, Jim Mott, Oscar Damman, and William Aspinwall. Ivy Williamson took over his present position late in the '55-'56 school year after seven successful seasons as Badger football coach. Previous to this, Williamson was head gridiron coach at Lafayette College. Jim Mott is a graduate student in Journalism and has worked as Assistant Publicity Director for the past three seasons. He became acting Director last fall after Art Lentz went to Work for the Olympic Committee. George Lanphear was later named to fill the vacancy. Oscar Damman is in charge of that hugh enterprise that handles all the ticket sales and ticket reservations for all of the Wisconsin sports. This includes tickets for over 53,000 at each home football game and from five to six thousand for basketball and boxing contests, besides tickets for several other minor sports. The man heading the cashiers, accountants, and cleri- cal workers is Business manager, William Aspinwall. Football With the fans on their feet, center George Chryst t51D and right half-back Ken Hofer C425 lead the Badger team into Camp Ran- dall Stadium to open the Dads' Day game with Purdue. 151 Head coach, Milt Bruhn. The Coaches From line to backfield, these seven men are responsible for the coaching duties for the Varsity football team. Left to right: Paul Shaw, liaVern VanDyke, Milt Bruhn, Fred Marsh, Bob Odell, Tom Hearden and George Lan- phcar. Milt Bruhn, last fall, completed his first season as the head of the Badger coaching staff. After graduating from Minnesota, where he played guard on the Big Ten cham- pionship teams in 1934 and 1935, he has used his football know-how as line coach at Amherst College CMass.j, end coach at Minnesota, line coach at Colgate University, lfranklin and Marshall College, Lafayette, and VVisconsin, respectively. Paul Shaw came to Wisconsin as an end coach in 1949. Prior to that he had served at Lafayette under Ivy Wil- liamson. LaVern Van Dyke is a Stevens Point graduate, and had worked seasonally with the Badgers since 1949 -making it full time in 1956. Fred lyfarsh, Who played both football and basketball at Bowling Green, came to Wisconsin in 1949 as chief scout and junior varsity coach. Bob Odell, the youngest of the coaching staff at 35, came to the Badgers from Temple University in '-19 also. He was an outstanding halfback for three seasons at the University of Pennsyl- vania. Tom Hearden, the defense coach, has returned to the Green Bay Packers, and George Lanphear is now the Athletic Publicity Director. lYis1'n11si11's 11101111111 11111111 fzlilm-cl to Will 21 Big VFPII ganw st fall. hut it WLISIIJ1 lNll'2lllSl' of il lark of effort 011 the 13111 of the IT S1'l1l0l'S who 1111111 1l1Z1Cl0 their final z1pp011r- l . . 111111 1111 Czimp 1111116121111 110111 ul battle. iiwlllx1l010I'1l11ll1l1lU1l 211111 ligliting spirit of the 11156 Sllllilll h T nas the finest 111 lllilllj' yours Zllltl this 01111 he z1tt1'ih11t0cl T e to the lf-z1clc'1'sl1ip 111 clll-1111111111115 Pat l.9V0llh3gP1l 111111 IJQIYQ' llmx':11'1l ulmmg with 1110 Illiillj' otlivrs who kept 011 iightinv' NYll1'1l oclmls were 2l"'2l1llN1 th11111. These 1'0llows 5 21 xwrv l'f'Spll1lSll1l1' lm' the 111111111112 'tWz1it 'til next ycz1r.l' Fr NI C 170111111111-1'g. J, -lf7yl'l'. li. Nic-uluzzi, X. lilac-1lo1'11. J. Hobbs, F. l,11ksi14. li. S1Ill1HlSUll. VV. C11-lilvr. P. CVf'I1g1'0S. Fourth row: G. i'f11'1-o1':111. T1-teak. 17. liIlt'4l11l'l'li. R. lJ:1ws1111. G. l3l:11'k1111111, R. f'i11elli. J. 1'JI'ilSC'I'. M. Morris, li. .hllllI'11S, S. VYilli:1111s. Fifth row: li. Tillvy, lf. Hill 1 gluis. . .' -lsr . P. Zo11v:1s, if S 1111 uv, lf. Melvin. T. Hfbliillltlllll, VV. 11:1 111-l. lf. 11:1 flwrf. Sixth row: P. Gray. P. 1gl'0S11'UIll. G. cJlll'Y t ont row left to right: J. flVl'Ilgl'US. J. 151-11191-111z111, J. Rvillliil. P. lmvc-11l1:1g1111. W. 1.41111-. ll. llmmwaml, S. Aiiihrosv, R. iiflliilll. Second r . '1111111-1'. VV. l31':111clt. ll. livx. M. 151111111-1'. li. f':11'ls011. D. Lewis. ll. Sumlin, 'l'. lirilms. li. Mxuislic-lil, K. Hofer. Third row: J. I-1111111-lui 1111 li X1 Ill 1 g Il 5, g, Cn. Grmlrlviilmm-111. li. llllllili. M. lfssvx, N. Sc-l1111i1lt. M. A11clc-1'sc111. A. l,:1111lmlvy, G. 1l::1'4'11s. VV. liukkv. Seventh row: G. 1,:111pl111:11'. I.. X lll T Dykv, T. llc-:11'1l1'11. Milt liruhii. I . Slizxw. F. BIIi11'Sll. 13. Oclcll. 153 Wisconsin 41 Wisi-onsin's football teani ushered in the 19515 season in fine fashion with a resounding 41-0 vic-tory over intra- state rival Marquette. A r-rowd of 52,700 was on hand to witness the debut of Xlilt Bruhn, the Badgerls new head c-oar-h. Oddly enough l5ruhn's predecessor, Ivy 1Yillianison, who moved up to athletic direr-tor last year, began his eoaehing era at Vis- eonsin by trouneing Marquette by the sanie score, 41-0. The Badgers wasted little time in determining the even- tual outeonie as they piled up two touchdowns within the first seven minutes of the game. 1Viseonsin eoller-ted at least one touchdown in every quarter, with two markers eoniing in the first and third periods. Six players took part in the scoring, with a 715-yard sc-ainper around right end by Danny Lewis in the first quarter ranking as the longest seoring play. Gene Melvin, a pint-sized sophomore halfbaek, turned in the most sensational run of the afternoon, with a twist- ing, fighting 30-yard jaunt to paydirt in the third period. wyiill his head literally Clown, left half- baek John Bridgeman makes a flying one-point landing after being tripped up by Marquette's center Diek Camp- bell and halfbaek Tom Flaherty. With 37 seeonds remaining in the first 1950 game, the big score- board at the south end of Camp Randall shows the greatest score ditferen4'e enjoyed by the Badgers during the whole season of play. 154 Ma rquette O The aerial attack was a far cry front what Badger fans have grown accustomed to in recent years, hut on this particular Saturday afternoon the powerful running at- tack more than 11111110 up for the inadequate passing game. Dick Sinionson started at the quarterback post and connected on his first two tosses, then missed his next three attempts. Gil lilackniun failed to connect on three aerials, but a pair of halfhacks, Melvin and Billy Lowe. completed a pass each. Melvin caught a 12-yard pass from liowe in the second quarter to put the hall on the lVarrior I0 yard line. The play was then reversed Melvin took over the passing role and pitched a touchdown heave to Lowe. The other Badgers who got into the scoring act were Captain Pat Levenhagen, who made the first tally on a one yard plunge, fullback Glenn Bestor, who also scored on a one-yard smash and added four extra points from plaeementg sophomore halfhack Dick Tilley, who galloped I4-yards for the final six, and Paul Brostrom, who kicked one extra point. No matter how interesting the game, someone always notices the camera man's aim, or then. the-re are times, also, when conversation with a neighbor just draws our attention away trom the action. There is still time if hc finds an open reccivcr somewhere. He did, and the pass was completed. Southern C:Ll's right, halflmaek Tony Ortega f37D and ql1artel'h:u'k Frank llall C185 rush in to break up zz. pass to Wiseonsin's Earl Hill in the second quarter of' the game on the third down with nine to go. Wisconsin So. California 13 All-Ameriean .lon Arnett and his Trojan teammates just managed to edge hy a gallant Wisconsin team that refused to yield to the heavily f'ax'ored Southern California squad. A small matter ol' a single ineh might. have reversed the final sc-ore, sinc-e the Badgers moved to the one-ineh line the first time they got the hall, but a deterinind efifort. hy the Trojan line stopped the drive. The Trojans then started the longest trout-lidown drive in Camp Randall history as they moved aeross 99.519-ya1'fls to sc-ore the first toni-hdown of the game. The play was a 35-yard aerial from lfrank llall to end Bob liosendahl. Arnett aeeounted for the final seven Trojan markers with 9:58 remaining in the final period. The tlouehdown Came on a yard slash off' tackle. Quarterhaek Diek Siinonson finally got the Badgers in- to the scoring Cilllllllll with a seven yard piteh to end Dave Howard with 4:19 remaining in the final quarter. Diek's toss eliniaxed a 54-yard mareh. Wisconsin regained pos- session on an on-side kit-li-off lnlt was held on downs. Arnett ac-eounted for 182 ot' the 272 Trojan yards. The driving deterlnination of left- lialflmaek Danny l.ewis flflj is elieeked by one strong arm of So. Cal's Tony Ortega as Vllisc-onsin's Tony Fi- nelli U65 and Pat llevenhagen MID and l'SC's George lielotti look on. F The game strains upon :L eoaeh are seen here as eoaeh Milt, Bruhn paces lmehind the lieneh in a game at Camp Randall, CAt this partieular point, his team was leading, tO0.D Iowa 13 Wisconsin 7 The inability to move the hall in Iowa territory was the hig faetor in lYiseonsin's I3-T loss to the Hawkeyes at Iowa City. The eontest was the first Big Ten encounter of the 19563 season. Seven times the Badgers erossed the midfield stripe, hut on only one oeeasion were they ahle to seore. Three times Viliseonsin moved inside the Iowa 20-yard line with- out seoring. The Hawks tallied the game-'s first touehdown with only one second remaining in the first period. After battling through a scoreless first quarter, Iowa finally got a sus- tained drive going in the last minute of the first half. With til seeonds remaining in the half the Ilawks took over the hall on their own 17-yard line. liight plays later quarterhaek lien Ploen hit Collins Hagler with an l l-yard pass play for the seore. l'loen was the hig thorn in the Badger's side as he eonneeted on four out of six tosses in the touchdown drive. Iowa needed only seven plays to seore after the seeond halt' opened. Ploen did the final damage with a one-yard smash into the end zone. That made the seore 123-0. Wiseonsin finally got into the seoring eolumn in the fourth period on a 215-yard pass play from lton Carlson to Gene Melvin. Glenn Bestor kieked the extra point. A tall blur of speed raees up the sidelines elutehing doggedly to thx-'double handful of pigskin as right end Earl Hill earries for the iam gers. fl --we M--M 'far l Something new wus added to the game color this year. Here they are -the six girl elieerleaclers, along with the boys. They nizzde their debut on Dads Day at the Purdue game. ln order to win a Big-Ten foothall game a team must make the most of its opportunities and the Badgers found this out the hard way. Time after time Wiseonsin had golden opportunities to score, but finally settled for a single touchdown and a 0-0 tie with l'urdue's Boiler- makers. The capacity erowd of 53,09-1 watt-hed Coat-h Bruhn's team raek up first downs inside the 10-yard line on three different oeeasions without being able to reaeh paydirt. On two other marches the Camp Randall spectators eheered the cardinal and white inside the Purdue 20-yard line, hut like the preeeding game against Iowa, Wisconsin was unable to move the ball goalward. Danny Lewis, the Badger's powerful halfbaek, raeked up Wisc-onsin's touehdown on a 30-yard gallop around right. end. The TD romp elimaxed a 08-yard mareh the first time YViseonsin got the hall. Glenn Bestor's attempt for the extra point was wide and the Badgers took a G-0 lead. The Boilermakers came hack to tie up the sc-ore mid- way through the seeond quarter with an eight yard pass from All-American Lenny Dawson to 0'-G". Lamar Lundy. It was the first time the Boilermakers were able to pene- trate Badger territory, and an estimation of the Wisconsin defense ean he gathered from the fart Purdue was only able to move into XViseonsin territory four times. 158 The team eaptain wasn't the only one who worked at the games. Here senior drum major Fred Fleury prepares to lead the Wiscon- sin marenmg band through o11e of its many intricate formations. Dawson's extra point, plaeement was wide, and the score was deadloeked at ii-fi. The missed conversion was the first of the year for the eelebrated quarterbaek, after hit- ting on eight without a miss in the first three eontests. The halftime seore was unchanged as neither team was able to get a sustained drive underway. Dick Kolian intercepted a Dawson pass in the opening minutes of the seeond half and ran it hack 21-yards to the Purdue seven. l"our plays later the Boilermakers recov- ered a fumble on the I2 to end the threat. Two plays later Lewis recovered a fumble on the 13 to give the Badgers their final opportunity. But, after mov- ing for a first down on the two, Bestor was held for no gain O11 two smashes and Gil Blaekinun lost the hall on a fumble. And onee again the Bruhnmen failed in the eluteh. Neither team eould put forth a serious threat in the remaining period and a half of play. Purdue had a big statistieal advantage, but the tremen- dous punting of Capt. Pat Levenhagen, who put the ball out of hounds inside the Purdue I0 on three different boots, kept Wiseonsin in the driver's seat. Coach Bruhn praised his team for its rugged perform- anee and singled out sophomore guard .lon Hobbs, Hof-eo Cinelli, Dave Howard, and Lewis for their fine play. llus onc is mme ill mnul Pudiui s left half lun Mikes fills on i fumbli is Bmdgei s Pit Ievenh igin ind Davi Ixorouiek Llosa i 1 Wisconsin 6 Purdue This streteli play turned into a, losing liattle for Badger Pat Leven- hagen as the Hoilermakefs 6-6, 226 pound, left end Lamar Lundy C445 pieks the hall out of the air --pass eompleted. 'LK' 'ire' 544' 'YQ isaqi-5 ig.. ii liixeitenlent, anxiety, hopefulness. and fighting 4l9t0I'Illlllilfit7I1Q all Could he used to deserilwe this fixed gaze of eheerleader Sandra VVahl as she intently surveys the game before her. Wisconsin Ohio S'ra're 21 Ohio State's powerful ground attaek was more than the Badgers eould handle in their fifth game of the season and Wisconsin suffered its third sethaek of tl1e year, 21-0. The Buekeye win set a new Big Ten reeord sinee it was the fifteenth in sueeession for the Bueks, Tl1e loss followed a jinx pattern for the Badgers. They have never won in the Ohio Stadium. Coaeh lVoody Hayes, teani seored their first tally in the elosing stages of the first quarter with sophomore Don Clark blasting the final 215-yards in a 55-yard niareh. The eonversion was good and the Bueks had a 7-U lead. VViseonsin made its only serious threat after the ensuing kiekoff. A elipping penalty put the Badgers haek to their own ll where they started a drive that earried them to OSl"s 15. A fourth down smash by sophomore Earl Hag- herg failed to piek up the neeessary yardage and the But-ks took over. The Badgers were not able to threaten again. The Buekeyes netted touehdowns in the second and fourth periods to wrap up the seoring. It's that Danny Lewis again-f-fingers interwoven around the pigskin, sweeping aroinid end. evading three would be taeklers. That's it dad! Our boys are getting in there IIUW. "Hold that linel Plug that holel Get away from that taekler. Come on, you guys. let's have some lmloeltingg the quarterback Cant do it all." Diseussing the game as he walks off the field, VViseonsin eoaelx Milt Brulin has an interested listener in another Big Ten football head- nian, George Elliot of Illinois. Rx! .QW . st, if-N5 Wisconsin Michigan State 33 The mighty Spartans from Michigan State sent Wvis- eonsin down to its ser-ond straight shut-out defeat, 33-0 at East Lansing before a bored eapaeity erowd. After suiifering its first loss in 12 games the week be- fore, the Spartans were in an ugly mood as they blasted the hapless Bruhnmen into submission. The Spartans left little doubt in anyone's mind as to the eventual outeome when they moved the opening kiek- off' into paydirt in seven plays. Only 2:37 had elapsed on the seoreboard and the Badgers trailed, ti-0. The VViseonsin fort-es were only able to put together two sustained marc-hes all afternoon. They rear-hed KISl's 35-yard stripe in the initial period and the 31 in the serond quarter. In the final half Wisronsin rearhed the 8 and Titi- yard stripe in the initial period and the 31 in the second quarter. In the final half TViS'Ol1Sl11 real-hed the 238 and 36-yard markers but the frustrating drives died qniekly. The most exeiting play of the contest was a 67-yard punt return by Dennis QThe Menaeej Mendyk to give the Spartans their final touehdown in the third period. The Badgers held HSV sr-oreless the final 27 minutes of play . 161 Wisconsin 7 The largest crowd in Camp Randall history was on hand to witness VViseonsinls forty-ninth annual Homecoming, but it became a disappointing afternoon for many as the Badgers fell victims of defeat. 17-7, at the hands of North western. The win was the first for the Wildcats sinee the final game of the 195-1 grid season, and left Wisconsin as the sole occupant of the Big-Ten eellar. The game was filled with fumbles and pass interceptions. The Wildcats lost control of the ball 8 times, and Wis- consin fumbled on five occasions. Badger aerial artists tossed the pigskin into enemy hands on six occasions and Northwestern had one pass intercepted. Wisconsin was in control of the game during the first half as they spent most of their time in enemy territory. Four Wildcat fumbles landed in Badger arms, but each time the inept offense failed to take advantage of the mis- cues. The liruhnmen looked impressive until they moved in- to scoring territory. But, like the previous eneounters. they eouldnlt get the touchdown when they needed it. "Well, I seem to get a better focus if I use this type of shot." Bc- tween halves when the action on the Held is otfg what better time is there to show off that new camera or to explain the way it works. lfullbaek Glenn Bestor C333 blocks out Northwestern's fullback Fd Quinn as the Badgers' speedy halfback Danny Lewis sweeps around right end. The Wildcats' Bob MeKeiver, C46D, a flashy left halfback all afternoon, lingers back to make the possible tackle. Northwestern 17 After a sm-oreless first half, the Wildvats capitalized on a Badger fumble midway through the third ,period to notr-h the first, touvhdown of the afternoon. Dan Lewis fum- liled a handoff on the I7 and Northwestern recovered. Five plays later NU pushed across for the score, hut they had to fumble to do it. lYilmer Fowler fumbled the ball when hit, on the two and Captain Ted Ringer lauded on the pigskin in the end zone for the tally. Halfback Bobby Melieiver kit-ked the extra point. Northwestern still maintained their 7-0 lead as the final quarter began, hut, in the matter of less than four minutes, Mc-Keiver booted a 24-yard field goal, after the NL' team had suatcfhed a Badger pass on the 39 and marehed to the Sl. That made the sr-ore IO-0. Five minutes later lfowler sc'urried 44-yards on a re- verse to give XY a 17-0 lead. Wisconsin finally dented the scoring column with only 3:32 left on a 34-yard heave from quarterback Dick Si- nionson. That ended the frustrating affair. V ftxfg. ftirsw-ada V' 'S f tu, --'f':-EIA, f Offi- f v I .Q 'U 'ia' luv-2y"5"i ' .-.rw . ' 7' xr 9 . A N 4... Sn , HO, say c-an you see hy the dawn's early light. , Right end Dave Howard breaks through the opponents' line on lui way out for a possible pass reception as his teannnates hold lmek 1 wall of tar'lclers. is 'F F., .Q V25 ! in , e , 'A if , v tl-tiff' t N Q A : ,ggi-K' iv Ya 54' Z . A W, . f r t f .. 5 ' wdfvzii-ftill-:Iwi Cl? ,rf 'fi i' 2 WET V- . rift: if gags N ga ' r qi . .M S ,, is 7 3' ff ' v-is f I q is V W 'M 1,3336 at 1, -M M ,Q ,,.M.,r..,....,., W-aim M- Both teams congregate together on this play at l'rhana in the fading moments of the game against the Illini. This is a common sight, in most games where the score is elearly one-sided near the end of the game-empty stands and the time-consuming plays. Wisconsin 13 You have just got to come well equipped for the game! The name of this hearty fan is unknown, but she had the idea all right. Illlnols 13 II'isconsin ended a three game losing streak by coming from behind to gain a tie with Illinois, 133-13. It was the second Big Ten tie of the season for the Bruhnmen and still left them without a conference vic- tory, but the draw was especially pleasing to the underdog Badgers who made a b1'illiant come-from-Ibehind effort in the final minutes of play to escape defeat. Sid IVilliams was the shining light in the eyes of the the many Badger fans who made the trip to Champaign as he made a success story out of his starting quarter- baek debut. Sid eonnected on T of ll passes Cwithout an intereeptionlj and tallied the tying touchdown on a nine- yard carry in the fourth period of play. Halfback Billy Lowe, who started only his seeond game of the season scored the other touchdown on a one-yard play early in the second quarter. Lowe was the leading Badger ground gainer with a net of 59-yards and a 7,1 average. The Illini took a 7-O lead with three minutes left in the first period. A missed conversion put the Badgers one point behind minutes later as Lowe scored. Illinois seored again in the second quarter to take a 13-6 halftime margin, The second half was all Wisconsin as the Badgers dom- inated play. .Ion Hobbs kicked the tying extra point. In the last, and eoldest game of the season, the VVise0nsin hand oecasionally worked np enough eonrage to erawl from under their blankets Wisconsin 13 Minnesota 13 The mighty iXfinnesota Gophers moved into Vamp lian- dall Stadium on this final Saturday of a long and dissa- pointinggg grid season a heavy favorite to eop the tradi- tional hattle forthe Paul linnyon Axe. But, the Badgers thought otherwise and the Gophers left the field happy to settle for a hard fought IIS-123 tie. t'oaeh Nlilt Bruhn's team played its finest game of' an otherwise hardluek eampaign. A-Xvtnally the eontest wasn't deeided nntil the final play ofthe game. .lon llohhs, soph- omore guard, attempted a field goal from the 27-yard line in the last. two seeonds of play, lint the pigskin fell short of' the erossbar and the Badgers had to settle for a tie. The bitterly fought lmattle in freezing temperatures eli- maxed Wiseonsin's first winless Big 'lien season sinee lfliift. lVism-onsin seored the initial tonehdown of the game in tl1e first quarter. After reeeivingr a punt on its own 41, the liadgers rnarvhed 59 yards in five plays to seore. Dan Lewis did the final damage on a one-yard plunge, lint the big gain of the drive was a 48-yard pass play from Sidney Williams to Dave Howard. llohhs kieked the extra point. XVisc-onsin weakened in the third quarter and allowed Minnesotals Bobby Cox to sneak over for two toneh- downs. But the Badgers roared haek in the final period to tie the tilt. 13-13, on lVilliam's rluarterhaek sneak. A ball is on the loose, lint not for long. 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Y ,mx Irmw: ' PURDUE AT OHIO STATE S AT MICHIGAN STATE II ls, MSI Il . First flow s Total YIIITIIIQQI' 2413 TI III , . I bf URI' IH QI .XlI'I'I'IiS' V' . I,IlI'4Ill4' H I3 0 0 li 0I1ioST:ITv7 T II T 'PI vw M, I'III'SI Iluwns I2 23 'I'u1:1l y:1l'fI:lgL4- ITS 352 I'-wsinq y1I-l'4-1-11l:lg1- .162 .-H37 YIIIPIIIC HY QI'.XII'I'ICIiS: VI'ivrn1xsil1 ll II 0 II 0 AIII'IIII.fJlIlSI'IIi' I3 lfi T 0 33 M BIG TEN STANDINGS 'new A - 1. M, , , - - W W:,,,' an 'W Y A M" LTI ' W. NORTHWESTERN WIA, XI. I II tmluwns I2 I2 Int 1I yauxlzngw 2258 232 I 1 IIlQ,'III'I'4'.'IIIIl2,'I' -Emi ,IIIIII xI'OIIIC IIY QI'AIi'I'I'IIIS: AAN-fyxnsiln II Il II 7 7 Xol'tI1wvsI,1-111 II II 7 III I7 ,,,, iwgx-QW - VA' IOWA .3 M I N N ICSOTA MICIIIGAN 5 OIIIO STATIC 4 AIIVIIIIIAX S'I'A'I'IC I NIIIZ'I'IIWICS'I'I'IIiX 3 I'I'IlIJI'IC I ILLINOIS I WIHFOXSIX 0 IXIJIANA I .1 I. T I Il I 2 2 II 2 II '7 II 3 I I 2 -I 2 -I 3 5 II AT ILLINOIS MINNESOTA 4" 'I'ut:1I y:11'4I-lgrv IIIISSIIIQL p SVOIII IYISI-ull Illinois E Y I l1'sI,1Imv s Wir. III 275 220 '-1'r'm-l1I'nf'4- SSS ,250 I In Ol Ixle'1'1Q1:s: Il A ml I I IXIIIIIIIIS .: . fs 'E Sw 5 9 on I 'C 'Q un .550 .'s. .. .- ar "Hoy, roll" Sophoniors- Brian Knlas lays tlirw restraining fingers on tht- shooting f0I't'21l'I1l of lllinois guard Billy Altc-11h01'gc1'. Illinois handed tho liaclgors a 70-63 lll'llK'Ilt. Othc-rs ill thu pirturr- arc- Bob Litzow 4429 and the two c'4-Iltt-rs, Ray Gross anfl Gvorgv Bon Sallo Qlllinoisj. Wisc-onsin's 1956-57 lmaskvtball tcam linishml in ninth plan- in the Big Ton with a 3-ll 1'6'l'OI'Cl, and vompilocl an nniniprvssivo 5-I7 mark in ovvr-all play. Coarh Bud l'ostvr's vagvrs gavo an 4-arly indivation ol' tho 1-omplvxion of thc svason whvn thvy suffvrecl hvart- hrc-aking defeats in tlirvo of the first four rontvsts playful. The Badgers lost tho svason opvnvr to South Dakota in an overtime tussvl. 58-56. and follow:-cl that up with a 1-losv loin' point sotlmark at the hands of Butler. 54-50. Notre- Dame hanclc-cl tho l'l0StCl'II10Il a voiiviiiciiig deft-at in thc' nvxt onc'ount0r, T5-55, and thvn Nolnaska got into thc art by pinning a two point loss on Wisvonsin, 53-51. But it wasn't only the' ll1lITlll1Cli clvfvats that hampc-rccl l"ostvr's squad for tho tc-am Sl1l:l'91'Pfl mort- than thoir shari- of injuries. llavv l,oic'htf1iss. a high valihvr junior guard who was 1-xpc-vtvcl to rarry mnvh ol' tho havk r-onrt hurclen was forvc-cl out of artion for thc- soason whvn hc- suffered a km-0 injury in latc llovvinlrc-1'. Anothor kim- injury l'lll't2lllf'tl sophomoro vrfiitm' .lohn Stark in varly svason prar'tir'c anrl l'orr'r'4l him to sit out tho season. lifgllllill' startvrs Brian liulas. sophomorv guard, and Ray Gross, ti-T sophomorc- veiitor, also wore liampciwcl hy injnrivs. The two 1-agcrs worn t'or4'v1l to miss onv gann- 4-olnplvtvly and soo only limitod avtion in svvvral othc-rs. 'l'h1- Badgers wc-rv also at a mlorimll-cl 1llS2LflY2llllilgl' in that thc- squacl was youthlill and iiicsxpwir-:irc-cl. 'l'hc-11-am was 1-oinposml vnlirvly ol' sophomorvs anml juniors as not ll singlvisvnior was listul on tho rostvr. Basketball Shown he-rv arc- tho only two I'l'llII'IllIlg lQtt6'l'Il10Il around whom roach Burl Fostvr had to lniilcl this yt-ar's te-am. They are Oo- Captains forward Glenn Borlancl C461 and Bob Litzow C-125, both Juniors. 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Swimming The lYlSl'0llSlll swimming team had one of its finest seasons in many years as Coaeh John Hiekman's team ehalked up a 3-4 mark in dual eompetition and finished sixth in the Big Ten meet at Minneapolis. .Ks lliekman stated, HlYe have the finest team and the poorest pool in the Big Ten," the sophomore studded Sophomore Fred VVestphal, who swam 22:2 in the 00-yard freestyle was our first Western Conference Vlialnp in 33 years. squad was at a deeided disadvantagzge in not being able to praetiee in a regulation sized pool. Sophomore sensation, Fred lYestphal, broke a Badger jinx by beeorning the first lViseonsin merman to eapture a first in tl1e Big Ten meet in 333 years. lVestphal took tirstwplaee in the 50 yard free style. llis best time in that partieular event had been 22.4 seeonds against Purdue. The Badgers elaimed dual Wins over Minnesota, Xorth- western and Purdue. ln two other meets they dropped Close 55--I0 deeisions to Ohio State and Iowa. Captain Dave Middleton paved the squad in the 220 yard free style. Other scoring leaders were: Kline Wil- son, in the 200 yard butterfly: Tom Wlissing in the 200 yard baek-strokeg and Brian Steinke. in the 200 yard breast stroke. Just after the gun for the first lap of the -4-10-yard raee are VVis- eonsin's Tom VVatts tleftj, Captain Dave Middleton. and lowa's Tom Jaeobson. A Badger foil-man surges in for an attack as a Mich- igan State opponent, on the left, prepares his defense. Fencing Coach Archie Simonson's 1957 fencing squad won the Big Ten Championship for the second time in three years. The title climaxed a brilliant season for the Badger du- elists and was a fitting touch to the impressive 12-1 record Wisconsin chalked up in dual meets. The only team to pin a loss on the Simonson crew was the Shorewood Fencing club by a 14-13 margin in the first meet of the season. The Badgers gained revenge later with a 16-11 win over that same team. Six men, led by co-captains Frank Tyrrell and Chuck Barnum, paced the Badger attack throughout the season. Tyrrell and Harry Alberts handled the sabre weapons. Barnum and Paul Mortenson were the eppe representa- tives and Jerry Bodner and Paul Lambeck the foil duelists. First row, left to right: J. Konnak, B. McClintock, Coach A. Simonson, Assistant J. Clark, L. Lewensohn. Second row: K. Brant. C. Barnum, Co-Captain J. MeCafTery, R. Green, C. Palit. Third row: P. Mortenson, N. Hanson, G. Bodner, H. Alberts, Co-Captain F. Tyrrell. i """'-"' ------ M- - - f -A ..- ..-W. . .....W......,il Wrestling l0u'a's Gene liuttrell flight jvrsoyl trys an arm hold on Vlvisronsin s Steve Cole. Volt-, :L l30-pounder IS one of only two seniors who an graduating froln thx- team this year. Coavh George Martin's mat team had one of its poorest rec-ords in many years as the ll10Xp9I'll'lll'OCl squad man- aged to pic-k up one win in dual meets as against eight set- hac'ks.'l'he grapplers lone Victory vame against Wheaton College, 20-ti. The high point of the dismal season 0K'f'lll'0Il in a quad- rangular mc-vt at Ohio State. The Badgers emerged Vic'- to1'ious hy ravking up 46 points against Ohio Statf-'s 44. liarle lfldwards, 137 pound junior, was fXIartin's most vonsistent performer. He won' 10 of his I2 matvhes. Cap- tain llivk llammes was the only other performer to hit the .500 mark. he had a 5-5-2 record. The team finished 8th in the Big Ten moot at Columlius, Ohio. Steve Cole. l3O, led the team with a 33rd plave. Front row, left to right: D. Hafernan, IQ. liclwarcls, J. Lowe, S. Cole, D. Hammes. Back row: George Martin, roach, D. Olsen, J. llpLllllgI'OVC, G. Kallas, G. Nlodahl, W. Popp, D. Olsen, R. Neale, 2lSSlSltl11li. 75 ,V 5 XL Q 3 41, it ,, . V, X e S? 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A few individual performances eclipsed and equaled existing school records during thc 19513 indoor and out- door track seasons in what was otherwise a mediocre year for coach Riley Best's Badgers. Sain Mylin's jump of 6.6 31'-l set a new school mark in the high jump, and a toss of 53.5 by sophomore Toni Peters shattered the school shot put mark. The VViscon- sin varsity record of 6.2 seconds in the sixty-yard dash was equaled twice by Don Hebein, who also matched the existing school record of 8.1 seconds in the seventy-yard low hurdles. All of these performances were indoor coin- petition. For the combined seasons the Badgers split even in four dual meets and finished first and second in two tri- angulars. They were seventh in the outdoor conference meet and ninth in the outdoor Big Ten meet. VVeight man Charles Thomas and quarter-miler Jack Mansfield, both seniors, were co-captains for the squad. Front row, left to right: F. Schalclach, B. Brennan, B. Thompson, R. Carlson, S. McGinnis, D. Hebein, K, Hofcr, J. Hoffman. Sec- ond row: Assistant coach Tom Bennett, J. VV0nders, J. Pamperin, T. Peters, S. Mylin, C. Thomas, J. Mansfield, D. Verbrick, lf. Jacobsen, B. Guerts, J. Dalton, Coach Riley Best. Z Cross Country Wisc-onsin's fifty-first consecutive cross country team finished the 19513 season with a rather unimpressive record, but there are possibilities of more improvement in the teams in the next two or three years. Coach Riley Best had three seniors and one sophomore among his more con- sistent runners last fall, but he lacked the five man depth necessary for victorious competition. They came close to a Vietory over Iowa but were edged out 26-30 when a NVisconsin runner was unable to tinisli. Badger eaptain Ron Risch won on the Iowa course in 221013. Vlfisconsin earlier had lost to Marquette, Michigan State and Illinois, with Marquette being the only home race. Minnesota handed the Badgers a 22-35 defeat in the last meet before the Conference on the home course. Major "Wl'ls went to Ron Riseh, Diek INIeyer, Dick Wi gglesworth and sophomore Tom Koenig. Dave Thomp- son and Dick Blaney were awarded minor letters at the annual cross country banquet. At the banquer Risch received the Bill Goldie trophy Quniversity's bestj. Koenig the 1913 team trophy Chest sophomorej and lfreshman Alan Koehler the 1912 Cup. The Ba,dger's Ron Iiiseh pulls up and passes an unidentified op- ponent m one of VVlSC0l1S1ll'S last and colder meets. The 1956 cross country team, left to rightg Coach Riley Best, R. Riseh, R. Blaney, D. Thompson, H. Meyer. T. Koenig, R. VVigglesworth. l Tennis The 19515 tennis season here in Badgerland found Coach Carl Sanger's netters registering an over-all 2-I0 record in dual competition. During the season the Badgers faced teams from all of the Big Ten schools, with the exception of Ohio State, and non-conference teams from Great Lakes Naval Training Station Qtwiceb, Notre Dame, and Lawrence College. The team's two victories were gained at the expense of Law- rence, 9-0 and Purdue University, 6-3. In the Big Ten meet, held May 2-L-26 in Minneapolis, Minnesota, the squad collected six and one half points, giving them ninth place among the field. Chosen as captain for the '56 campaign was Bill Ziemer, the team's number three singles man. Captain-elect for the '57 season is Al Hentzen, number one man last year. Hentzen and Don Curtis combined for the number one doubles team alld complied a 3-9 record. Dave Shepard and Joe Weycwer, with a 2-7 record, and Ziemer and Jack Wingstrom, possessing a season record of 5-2, were the Badgers' second and third doubles teams, respectively. These six received major "W" awards while five others were awarded 1956 freshman numerals. We- X,-M Pictured above is Vniversity of Wisconsin Tennis Coach Carl Sanger with his 1956 Team Captain, Bill Zeimer. Zeimer, a 1955 letterman, was one of the shining lights for the Badgers last season, playing No. 3 singles, and team- ing with John Wingstrom at No, 3 doubles position. First row, left to right: D. Shepard, J. Weycer, A. Hentzen, D. Curtis. Second row: Coach C. Sanger, B. Zeimer, J. Wingstrom, J. Hill, T. Rolando, J. Cummings. QQQQHSS TES-if' 'VM i f ,sf A 9 .... '-... '- A sf R X Y enete 9 .J . s Nm- 9 TENNIS .sw 184 Crew Boasting a clean sweep of four dual races and strong showings in two regattas and the Olympic final trials, the 1956 Wisconsiii crew team, coached by Norman Sonju, met with considerable success. In the first action of the year the Badgers downed Florida Southern, by one and one half lengths, and Rollins College by a scant margin. These meets were held at Lake Maitland, Florida, on January 31 and February 3. Wisconsin was fourth in its heat in the Eastern Sprint Regatta, and followed that with a third place showing in the Steward's Cup race at Philadelphia. The Badger crewmen next hosted Navy and California on Lake Mendota, adding two more victories to their record. Closing out the season, they copped third place in the I.R.A. regatta and finished fifth by two lengths in the final Olympic trials. Robert Graves was Badger captain for the '56 season. With the coxswain bellowing instructions, another of Normou Sonju's successful teams cross the finish. A familiar part of the scenes during the spring raC6S OH lake Mendota are these small sailboats which are rent- ed to students by the Hoofers. TI i951m...n.mw..w 'i""' ' Vip. .fl Kneeling: Coxswain G. Huskv. Standing, left to right: D. Walker, J. Irwin, B. Madzar, Captain B. Graves, L. Vuhling, J. Morgan, F. Smith, li. Smith. It is stroke for stroke for this tough race between the Badger crew team Cforegroundj and the boys from California. The official boats and several boating spectators are in the background. l 185 an nw... w . a 1... Baseball Slugging right fielder John DeMerit pounds out another one on his Way to becoming Wisconsin's most valuable player for 1956. He ended the year with a .354 percentage and a place on the All-Big Ten team. 186 Wisco11si11's diamond team nailed dow11 third place in the conference standings while compiling twenty wins and seven losses throughout 1956 season. In trailing Minnesota and Ohio State to the title, the Badgers had an 8-4 record and were second i11 team batting and fielding department. Prior to big ten play, Coach Art Mansiield's men jour- neyed to Tallahassee, Florida, where they took thi1'd in the Florida State meet, winning six and losing three while getting in their spring training. John DeBIerit led the team in RBI's, home runs, triples and doubles, batted 349, and was chosen the Badgers' Most Valuable Player. He was chosen to the first team on the All-Big Ten squad, and was joined by teammates John Aehl on the second team and Dick Hrlevich and Bill Rubin on the third. Jack Xowka was the Badgers'captain. Earned run averages sparkled for starting pitchers George Schmid C2.58D, Sheldon Rusch C2.43j, John Aehl t2.78D and Norb Schachte C2.-LZJ. Pat Cvengros, with a 4-0 record, and Dave Rowlands, at I-0, rounded out the mound staff . It's an out with steps to spare as first sacker Jim Temp hauls in the ball. 1956 WESTERN CONFERENCE STANDINGS W Pct. Minnesota . .. . 11 846 Ohio State . .. .. 9 731 WISCONSIN .. . 8 667 Michigan .. .. .. 6 545 Northwestern 6 462 Indiana .. .. .. .. 5 455 Iowa .. .. .. .... . 5 393 Michigan State.. .. . 4 364 Purdue .. .. .. 5 333 Illinois 4 267 UThat's impossible! What did you call that?" Xorthwestern's coach Fred liindstrom complains to umpire Art Iintz as thc Badger catcher Kenny Townsand Chands on hipsb watches the play. R Put Cvengros, in his windup, was one of the , Baidgofs top pitchers with ii 4-O season's record 3 pitvhing 11, total of 2-l 2X3 innings. Front row, left to right: J. Ae-hl, S. Rusc-h, D. Hrlevich, J. Nowka, A. Cincotta, N. Schachte, W. Kelliher, B. Jensen. Second row: H. Nieniun. W. Holt, C. Tyggum, D. Rowlands, J. Schultz, B. Rubin, G. Schmid, B. Torresani, J. Fuhs. Third row: Coach Art Mansheld, Assft. F. Wagner, Ass't. G. Calhoun, J. D0Merit, K. Townsend, J. Sopich, R. Knoll, J. Mattson, P. Cvengros. 'rw-ww rx Aw is-'www-Qnfgsfwnw-Q-m,m. ...,..-,lam -up' -.uw -vw M-wa Q- -zum ---- ww- f- Gramm-uf-Hip... ,W X- , 5 .. ,, A ...,, ...M -..Wi V ,W ,.. ,,,,.W ...,,....,..,i Y ,.... ,-.,,..,. nfl tra 451' First row, left to right: J, Mm-Donzrld, J. Allen, D, Forlws, J. Halverson. Second row: Couch J. Jrnnis-son, A. Birkelarnd, R. Ruhendall, J. Ames, F. Dettloff. xVlSt'0llSllllH 'Stl golf teznn E'lll0l'g0tl from their season with :L reeord of thirteen wins and three losses in dual 1-olnpetition, and added to this at fourth plaee showing in the Big Ten meet at lflvnnston. Led hy junior r-o-ezrptzlins Roger Rllllllllflklll and Dave lforhes, the Bzrdgers journeyed to Evanston, Illinois for the 'ilmign nreet on May 25 and 26. Rubendall, defending Big Ten cfhznnpion, finished third, l"orhes was seventh and Jack Allen ezune in to tie for fifteenth. W'ith sr-oring based on eighteen hole pay, Rubendall and Allen led the linksmen with individual rec-ords of 17- 7-l and 17-4-4, respectively. The 1956 letter winners, in addition to the three players mentioned above, were Anders Birkeland, Jeff Ames and James lN"It-lloilzrld. Tl1:1.t, Illll-ililfllllftllllfl grip is expertly denronstlrnted lw Cozwh John J:unison :rs Jaxtek Allen tlzzkes it :ill in. 188 ' it 'lr ' - ' Flhv W vluh was vstalmlisluwl iu mmlvi' to pmvltlv at uumrv vl'l'vi'tix'ti mmigztiiizzititmii with tht- iiittiwsts of tho lvttoi wiiiiiors us will us thu lvl1lY0l'SlTj' iu ufiiutl. Bc-sith-s piwwimliiig u IIN-'Oflllg plzuw hu' lhv atlilc-tvs, tht HW"1-luhspmism-Sztiulvomluf-tsmuuy1-zuupus-witlouvtiv- itivs. lt has zisstiiuvtl thv spoiismwsliip ol tho All l iux'4-i'- sitv liuxiuv' 'l'ou1'iuuu0ut thc- l'll'llSl1ll12lIl-xYill'SllV Bzislwt- . P5 E .. hull gguiiiv, K' W" vhih day Cthc' xYlSt'0llSlIl-Nlill'tlll0llil gzuiu W-c this vv irl -iuml N X A ' ' X -'X ' z 1 ' a l z . . smut hall-tiuu txmutu it the lmmthtll gguiuvs. Hut- ut' its lzirgggest piwjwts is huutlliug thc- llmuv- r-muiug 1-vviits ll0I110t'OlIlllIg2Q Hull, luuisv tlec-mutimis huttuu sulvs, that Pup Rally, uurl thv hull'-tiiuv pzirzulvs The- luiu-tieuis ul' the c-luh its:-lt' plwvitlvs iiitou-stiiig, af-tivitic-s lm' its iuviulacrs. Tliosv ium-lumlv thv Spriug pit'- uu- uucl lmzuiqur-t plus ovt-asiomil outiugs tm' thv outirt group. Thv iuouthly iuvvtiugs arch wuicliu-tvrl iu the North 1-url of Czuup llzuulztll Stufliuiu, with x'z11'ifu1s guvst spvukvrs First row, left to right: ll, llauilwr. ll. Miyzilutclii, li. lC4lw:L1'4ls, .X. Goltlsluitli. VV. lim-luu, l.. th-rrtltlsuii, J. M1-llmutlrl, li, liostroski. Sec- ond Rowz J. l3vMei'it. li. llult, ll. St-hiuiclt, R. Nic-iuuu, ll. Ilzii'luvir'li, H. Nc-:mlm-. Third row: K. Hoff-i', H. lfiiafvllw, .X. C'iur7ott:L, J. .Xvhl P. Murtviisrui. lg. Fmlws. J. Kruiupvlstzwtltcr. H. Mc-yvig li. llitskvu, T. Allvu. li. limwii, J. Sc-pivh. Fourth row: .X. llviitzwii. .l. XYvy1-vi' .I l liurpliwiy ll. XXlgglCSXYllI'Tll. li. llrtuiuu-S, D. Slitfpzml. Cl. lStu'l:1url, li. Thompsnu. ll. liiviiiiztii, lf. .l:Lf'oliscm, T. P1-tr-rs, BI. lissc-x. Fifth row ll, Mirltllm-tliui. R. Bcvkvig S. Myliu. Cl. Iizu'uum, K. liiscfh, J. .Xiuvg J. Mirlrlcl, .l. 1,4-1-liiivr, li. Litzow, R. .Xhut-V, ID. lVzillwr. G. Muttsrm J. xvl'l' wif' Q. RMK K . :ff-umga . 2 189 Achvlfles Cynthia Northrop Q Editor gk H ff? rg E 5 W2 M if 2 ,Q i , 41 I fl we lfQ 5' " X aa. Q an ' Siam :EERE K . is if M., , Homecoming Homecoming weekend was a particularly big and mem- orable one for Dick Hammes, this year's general chairman and homecoming king. Dick, a senior in geology from Madison, was able to say later that everything went smoothly-except for the game of course. Sharing the honors with Dick was his queen, lfrede Schwartz, a Madi- son girl niajoring in secondary education at Beloit Col- lege. Friday night a sell-out crowd thronged into the field- house to see the highly successful homecoming show, high- lighted with the singing of Pat Boone. Homecoming awards were given out a11d the TKl'l's again won the over- all championship trophy with their moving house decora- tion, "I'll Take You Home Again Kat-leen."' Dick Hammes was selected by the athletic board to be this year's Homecoming king. For his queen he selected Frede Schwartz, a secondary education major from Beloit College. 192 June Vullm-, thx- pc-rt bl'llI10tt4' who highlighted I"1'iml:1y nightfs Put, Bommc-, star of the 1956 I'Iumec'o1uing show. program ut thu Fic-ld Housc. hifi 2 f G1 as if ,A FS - 'ri 152,11 xxx, .W ,mg I, -, gg i -rf, ' 'QW-ff-z'1z:f. ,Q V, . ,..,,.kg, lg g :M U2 .ffigffff , ,v..,, ,Q 'Nu' w w ififz? EE G -Q.. auf a ,Y gH?5?i?,,13,gf 53, 5, gQ?l55nsf4 :Hifi F' ffwfsf. ,. lm, , ,,, 1' - L' xy 5 5 in i if S 1 3 11 if js? 1 459 5,-1., lima .. E E .4 . Smiriifki- I f 1 .- wfw, V -2-vm,,f A, ,, ,,,fm,i4131vyf,W. . ' Q0-,,-W, L, X x " I K W V! mp A ww :g1M?f,i,L,3g.5:1gE'wf' ,zu ,ww Homecoming displays-rl spcctzxtor sport for students. Sitting, left to right: D. Bell. R. Hsunnuxs, S. Boll, .l. Drmttilo. Stand- ing: .I. Pvrrizo, R.. Nlincer, J. P. VVilsrm, J. IIC'i'f0I'I1Z!,Il, T. Lupinski ll. l'v'i'm-r, I", Gimlwl, P. Lynch. Absent: VV. Mi'iSIll'I', Laryngitis was Worth it to the ttYe11 Like Hell" contes- tants, each one yelling and waving banners to beat the losing game score. The TKE's again walked off with first prize in the homecoming displays and copped the trophy for the third year as successive winners. Festivities got under way Friday afternoon when a colorful caravan of floats wound its way along the tradi- tional homecoming parade route. Then the pep rally and Yell Like Hell contest got started when the parade dis- banded at thc Union. Friday night was the homecoming show. Saturday morning things got off to an early start with a coffee hour in the Union for grads, parents and stu- dents. Game time was Saturday afternoon and the Badg- ers lost a close one to Northwestern. Saturday night 1,100 couples jammed into the lvnion to dance to the music of Dan Belloc, a11d to close "Musical Memories," Homecoming 19513. 195 " ltepliquen was the theme and the atmosphere was tres lfreneh at this year's Pan-Hel Ball. About 400 soror- ity girls and their dates rlaneed to the musie of lCddy Law- renee in a glitteringly-deem:rated Great Hall, eomplete with a giant perfume bottle and lfreneh poodle. As a favor, eaeh girl reeeived a small bottle of the Freneh perfume, Hl'it'IJllllll9.U Fifteen girls, ehosen as representatives hy their respeetive sororities, and known as 4' La Magiiiiiqiief' also reeeived a perfume atomizer initialed with the names of their sororities. General ehairman, Benita Alk, said that over 351,100 was made. This money went to seholar- ships for women students on eampus. First row, left to right: Mary Harrington, Delta Zeta, Mary Lou Sehauntler, Signia Kappa, Dorothy Bell, Alpha Chi Omega. Second row: Marjorie Toal, Alpha Xi Delta, Mareia Peterson, Gamma Phi Beta, Lynn l'larr:u'k, Alpha Epsilon Phi, Judy Phillipson, Chi Omega, Mary Kehoe, Alpha Phi. Third row: Sue Duerst, Kappa Delta. Annette liantlness, Alpha Gamma Delta, Janet, Pratt, Pi Beta Phi, .laequeline Julsetli, Delta Delta Deltn, lillen Herman, Delta Gamma. Suzanne Priteharcl, Kappa Kappa Gamma. , . M., Ser ' 551 . K . .mf ar . asia mt M. .I Su. - M7 -mf sw "QM to entertain Pan-Hell liall goers. A-GVUWH 'l'he DG hill-lJilly's ramlmled down trom their upper Langmlon Street home Prom Y' my ,-,4 3 " -MW' f ' BP-H-?""1fm T119 voters' s4-1vm'tioI1--Ginny IJOIIIJOOVUII 11141111 11-ftj :Ls 11157 Prom f21l1'l'll. Uvvi' 1400 p1'f1111-gm-1's V014-11 mi thu L11-cisioii, i11'1t'1 1-:1r'11 of thi' 1-:11111i11:1t0s 111111 5119111 weeks 01' Y12.fUl'UllS f':1111p:1ig11i11g M2111-11 first was 2111 vspc-vi1111y 1111-111u1':1111c1 xlutv fm' six 1Y1Sf'0IlS1I1 1-owls. '1'110sc1 girls wel? 11161 11111111 Q1141011 1i11:11- ists. Mauiy wiki-ks 1,11 1-11111p111g11111g, 1121111 wcwk. and :mx ivty, 011411111 fm' them 11lil1 night at 1'Yv11vziz1,1' thi- 11157 1,1'0l11. Thi- 1-li111z1x 1-111110 :1 liltlv past 1111111111-t11i1'ty w11r-11 g011v1'z11 1'11z1i1'111a111, Dir-14 1'1'1'0I'. 1111114111114-M1 f111ll1y 171111 llofwcxii lllllwll. 211111 shv was l'1'0NVlll'i1 115' 1111lC1L1 .12l1'1i11ll 111-111, 111513 11111111 Qiwvii. C1i1111y, w11u 1'2lIl1p2l1gIlUl1 :is "f'z11'i11111-1111 Q11w11" is :1 SUp1l0I11OI'f' 1111111 N4-viizlh, Wis vmisiii. '1'hv fivv 01111-1' finalists 1'OI'Il11llg2Q c111l1ly,S K'0ll1'1 111 11111101 wv1'v S:111c1y C'111'isIi:111sv11, S11f11myg:g:111: 130111121 1f1I'4'1l- 111z111. A111W2ll11iPi'I C1z1y1c1 1,vim'11, W11itv1is11 Buy: Kathy Xieihsiiw, N11l111101YO4'1 :11111 S1l!'S11111Y2lI1, 1,:1kc-w0m1.lJ11ir1. 197 Hu- lung xvzllli up ilu' nislv In ln- f'I'OXYIl1'tl, ligfllfwl Ivy Ill1U11Jgl':LIll1L'I'S' fiaxslws :md 2lt'1'4lIIlI7Il.IliU11 lay wilwl vlls-wilxg. Qui-vin for :1 nigllt In-stoww-ml by the 1956 Prom CZIIUUII is the syrulmol of pmnl. A The five l'l1lll10I'S ll 1 i11 the rom 1 uct-11 com Jctition 0 L1 to the stu e to 'oin C ueen Ginnv and form ll1'l' roval Court ol' honor. 1 . . It was 21 night of 1,'0Illlll01llZ1l t'll2lI'Il1 thc- M1-111o1'ia1l l'nion lwc'z11110 '4Ye11eziz1" for ljl'0Ill, 1957. l,l'0ll1-gO0l'S strolled zunong gracious Italian settings, 1-oniplc-tv with goiitloliers, soft lights, statues, illlil eveii 21 pool. 'l'l10I'f' wv1'v three places to clz111c'11, and niost 1111111-01's took 21 TllI'll ut 0:11-li. l"1'0clcly Dale played fI'0Ill nine until two i11 11111211 lIz1ll. .-Xncl l'l'OIll nine until one llll'I'9 was tlLlIlt'lI1g i11 "l'1'ipp cl0IlllllllS with Holm .X1'rlo11's 0l't'l10Sfl'Ll ff' :intl ill the lint with Holm lA'j'SOl1lS jazz 1-oniho. In Gwzit llull, the lftllll' l"1'esh111:111 yguve it thvii' all to lllllliil l,I'0lll il sum-cess. it elevvii-tl1i1'ty, about I,450 people 1-rowdefl llllfl ci1'l'2ll llull to wut:-li the cil'21llil Bl21I'f'll and to see Ginny Den IDoox'en t'I'UXVIItlll 11110011 ol' thc- H357 l,l'Ul1l. Seated on floor: NI. 3II'lEl'llJlll'LI. B. Alle. Seated left to right: B. Bz11'1'y, 14. Ltllllliv, J. Stoffcl. P. llvgflll. .l. P:1nfl0lh. P. H:1ll0I'. N. lmv, I.. Clairk. Standing: D, lilllllllfll, P. Uollins, Y. l.i:1, H. Brinton, ll. I I'l'l'I', D lllllH'I'. li. H01'11st1-i11,.I,S1-ll. i Y. 5 it l 3 "kv 'lio111'111tic' V1-11i1'e", 199 Military Ball Seated: Clarenee Lohlm, Howard lirinton. Tom Thompson. Stand- ing: Ted Stowe, .lohn Yaeger. 200 ROTC' eaiididates for Military Ball King first row, left to right: Diek Xeuheisel. Dave llawson, .lohn Lovaas. Second row: Bill Soren- son, Pat Casey. John Volpel, Brian lireiner. Six Badger lieauties were ehosen hy hoth members ot' the Badger stall' and the military hoard. The nnmher ot' entrants in the eontest was lt35. lfifty of these girls were ehosen duringzg the first eliminations, twenty-live during tlie seeond. The linal six, pieked from among the twenty- live, were: .lean Clayton, llary Nlc-Kenzie, Patrieia lford, .laequelyn Heal, Kay Swisher, and Clayla Ogle. These six girls represented the Military Ball Court ot' llonor on the evening of the danee, Prior to the danee itself they appeared on radio and television programs and at events on the university eampus. They also appear in the Badger as oflieial Badger Beauties. .lean Clayton, a sophomore, is from lVild Rose, Wis- eonsin. She is majoring in llome lleonomies. Mary Mr-lienzie, also a sophomore. is from the l1lllVt'l'Sllj'lS town, Madison. ller major is music- with piano as her speeialty. Pat lford, a Green Bay girl. has ehosen see- eondary edueation as her major field of study and is now in her second year at Wiseonsin. .-X journalism major from Shawano, .laekie lleal like all the other girls selec-ted, is a sophomore, Kay Swisher and Clayla Ogle have hoth ehosen Home lic-onomies as their majors. Both are sopho- mores, Kay from Waupun and tlayla from Park Ridge. Illinois. Larry Smith was in eharge ot' Badger Beauties this year for the military hoard. Tho 1957 Military Bull, spolisorvcl hy thv Joint Military Hozml, was hcfld on April 12 in Grout llull with danving to .Iinnny l,2ll111i'1' :incl in 'llripp Ccmnnons with danc-ing to il, loc-:Ll hand. To 4-zirry ont the tlwmv, "'l'1'iu1nph," lzirgv division insignia worse hung on thi- walls of Grvat llzlll. In Tripp zz lightvr l0lll'll was gin-n to the niilitaryg lwsiflc-s lllll niorv i'0Il1it'2ll insignizls of thv past wzlr. Bucky Biltlglvl' was also fvaturvrl. l"0l'IlllIlg the C'0l1I'l of honor for tho king 1-loc-tecl that 4-vmnirig wvrv thv liuclgvi' livzuitivs. 121-11- vrzml cllliLlI'Il121ll this yt-zu' was 'llvcl Stowv. Assistilig hini :incl forining thc' l'lxvr'i1tiV0 cl0Il1Illilll'0 were Ilowzml lirintun, John Y2ll'g2QPl','l'Ull1 rl'll0I11IJSOll, C'lz1re11c'v lmlmlm. Q Mw- 'N vs Jean Clayton ,Q Mary McKenzie 7 "Wk Kay Swisher ? l K Gayla Ogle 205 7 ,,.,x,wW-sw 1., - 1. 'K fg -- M1 J- - W , ...,, I V, -QQ X, , :Q 1, ' A A,q.,,:,.. rw. Hx, ww xv 1 X v -pw M.5,,m,, Kam, ff K L. A AWK Q Un mpg? if EK Q: :,, Qi f :Wg : g , Lf L, V552 , N E Z Q' ' T sf dx 9 un , swag, .,.-wQzQw:7 y 212 ' I 1 A : :I ' i E 1 jx K 4 gli Eg '43 r z F ,f 5 .m g - ' y I ak 4 3334 1 fm :gg E55 3 3' , I L E . 5 H2 u g If 1 fi? I fi g f Q -,if5?T - 5 2 A Z ,Z fgxleewisi I2 Y mg fw-Lmsyl lh , . 2 we fwezizs Q M ' Ezsz f fm: fume an S Jackie Heal f ffw1e1 if Pat Ford Humorology Z Th llllIl1OI'0lOgy 1-olnpotitimi. 08 A 1 The Alpha Chi O1I1l!g2LySi111fl the Delta Txmu Dvl1:m's C'0I11lJil1Cd their t.:1l1-his to plli on their whining vnlry 'Tho Lfiddio and this Vamp 1- Ixlls uswl fllllDlll'I'll cl:Lm'4+ to highlight ll1l'll' ulllmy in Two now things woro uddod to this yozn"s llumorology. Tho first was the addition of at fourth porfornmnoo of tho show to tho traditionzil throo. A Thursday night por- formztnoo on llaroli 28 wus udclod to tho two ovoning por- forniunoos and tho Silllll'll2ly nizttinoo on Al21I'l'l1 29 and 230. Tho fourth IJ0l'l-tbl'Il1illlt'tl was not-ossitzitotl hy in- orousod tiokot sales. Tho som-ond innovation was tho hiring of :tn ovor-ull skit diror-tor. .lini Kontzlor, at 1954 giucltiato of tho uniyorsity :intl tho llairosfoot dirootor of 1953 and 1954 wars solor-ted. lluniorologzgy itsolf is :1 oontost for originzil skits writton and protluood lay lYist-onsin studonts. It is sponsorod hy tho Pun-llol and Intorfrzitornity Count-ils. This your, the proliniinury tryouts for tho skits were hold on Szlturday, Alill't'll 12. Of the IS skits that ontored, I2 woro ohoson to 4-onipoto in tho finals. lfinzil tryouts woro hold on Rlondziy, lXIzLrc-li 12. Sovon skits of the 12 woro solootod for tho show. lt haul originally luoon plzlnnod to se-loot only tivo or six skits in ordor to shorton tho longth of this YOZIIJS show. llowoyor, duo to oloso oonipotition and at g1t'IlUI'2ll high quality of the skits, it wus impossible to c-hooso loss than soyon, zu'oording to Toni Tows, gonerzil ohziirniaui. Tho sovon skits in this your's Ilumorology woro: Dolta Gzniiniu, Chi Phi, "Soniothing Nowf' Alpha Chi Omoga, Doltzl Tau Dolta, H liaddio and tho Yampf' Kappa Kappa tluiniiiu, Pi liilllllldil, Phi, "Bad Bad Monclz1y3" Kappa Alpha Thotzl, Phi Gznnnizi Ilolta, "A Coniniittoo Grows in Iirooklyngl' Alpha lipsilon Phi, Signiu Alpha lipsilon, "Co-tlrdinated CO-I'3XlSl2lll1'01H Alpha Ciillllllllllltxllil, Bota Thotii Pi, t'SpeCtaoi1lzn':l' :ind Delta Doltu Iloltai, Zota Botti Tau, "M0thergooso 'l'oyshop." Proooods from tho show will go to tho Capital Times Kiclclio Kamp Fund for ohildron with I'h0llIIl21llt'lli0Y0l'. Humorology committee tfrom loft to rightxl Lo:Ltrioo Iitilmon, Carol Clornior, Dick Koim, Lynn Mztttison. Tom Towos, Dim-k Harrtwig, Slgfltl Hzinson, Frank Gimlmol, lioAnno XRlZl.llSC'lllILOgt'I', Miko Fox. Top: "Spor'tzic'i1lz11"' wus intlood doscriptivo of tho Alphzt G: Blllil. skit, ono of tho winning groups. Middle: "A Committoo Grows in Brooklyn" oroaitotl strouuo s oxorcist: for tho oust of Thotfils and Phi GZIIIIVS skit Bottom: Humorottos, tho trfiditionzll intorruot vent-1-:nu girls, :Lcldsc spfnrklo to tho final show. 2 1111 7 Campus Carnival ..,,,1i. 4,1 'Sys us. TI10 kitts-ns 11011101 iv., I :md pu1'1'wl for Kimldiv Kamp c'011t1'ibl1Tio11S l l 1 l, Flztssifietl us ILptLl'tlClpllllllf.fUIll1'C0. thf- VVl1irl- 11-VVhil0 booth allow l1lllllllK'tlS uf contt-stunts. First row, left to right: li, lll'l'l'llllt'l'Q.I, li. Mr-- f'utt'lwu.u. f'l1:1.i1'111:L113 li. -lUllllSUll, .l. liill lmviv. Second row: ll. l'1'cli:ll4-s. J. lJ4'11g:li-V, M. llivv. ll. lill'l'llIYltl.ll. Absent: A. Mvlii-:ltli .l. Mflhoiu-y. QQ' 1, I??52 i'g- sf ws , .wma M "Come on you guys!" B3l'li0l'S, skits, g2lll10S0f clizmr-0 and cluuc-ing girls guvv The lVisr-ousiu AlC'Ill0l'lLil Building 21 t'21l'lllV2ll atmospllc-rv the night of Blay ll. And rightly so, fm' the or-1-asian was the 1957 Campus C211'IllY2ll. Th0llS21llllS of stuclc-nts and othvrs througzgml through thv building, stopping to watch the skits or test th0i1' luvk ou thc gzuuvs. Latvr, tho juclgc-s zlwarrled trophies to tho lwst 11011-pans tim,-ipation amd pz1l'tir-ipatiou lmotlis set up by the VElI'lUllS student 0l'g'1il1lZ21fl0l1S. Russ Mc-Cute-hooim, this yezu"s gelioml f'l1il,lI'IT12Lll, szlirl the c-aruival r-an ln- 1-olisiderod the stuclvutsl gift to the peoplc of Maclisfm sim-0 the money is donated c-hurity. gr! t.,.f sv-s 211 An Evening of Dance 'l.Xn live-iiiiig ol' llziin-il" tho Oivlia-sis prcsontulioii this yc'z11',lwguii froinani imlvzi in Ihv niinrl lJl.1'2U'll ol' ll104l21lll'QI'S this suinmc-r. ln the laill they woikvcl out the clzuives, closigiivcl and in llllblly inslznif-es inzulo the t'USlllIl1GS, and in six of the ininilwrs p1'c-smiled, 1-oniposvcl their own ninsiv. '1'l1f-iwiilt was ton ilunc-es put on in lhv Nlcinorizil l'nion and pwsviilcil on ai toni' to BlllXY2llllif'l' ,Xpril 33. Among thc mlznic-vs pwsviitvcl was 4' l'zitlvi'11s of l'l0I'f'9H. ln it tvnsions, pulling uncl stretching wr-1'v illnstrutvd by unique ligl1ti11g:vl'l'vi-Is. "Ont Town", un znlnplutioii from tho originzil play, hronglit sciven invmhors of tho speech vlzissos to thi' claim-0 floorfall of llllllll we-rv hoys. HMiopia", Lniotlim' highlight of the show, iinitaiod the nvzirsigzghted tl1l'OllgJQll nioclr-rn dam-0. Tho au-1-onipzininienl to it, was original :incl 4-zn'i'ied out Ontirvly hy pcwilssions. Lonisc- lilo:-ppm' tho :ulvisor and llll'0K'l0I' of O1'c'l1uSis:1i11l.Iosvph llziwi-S, thv ziwompuiiist zinil CUIIIIJOSOY' lol' fl10gI'Ol1DXYillf'll Vlxinclizi Sc-ln'oc-:lm-1' :mil Sully Staicklioiisv 1'vl1v:n'sc- for thvn' HIZVUIIIIIQ ol l,QlllK'l'H. A highlight of the progrznn was the elzxstiif ilzuivv, illustraiting the pziftvrns of l'oi'c'v involved in stxxrtvliiiig, pulling, 00lltI'2i.l'llIlQl,l5XpQll1fllIlg 212 Music and Drama Haresfoof The cntirm- canst lmws lu the :Lpprc-ciamtion of Hmcsfoot ladies, each one of them an 20llt1l'IH2lIl Tha- stars that stolm- thc- show: kneeling: .Iolm Whmls :mul Chuvk Svluzxllvr. Standing: .Iolm Divtrivh, Twin Puwvll, Art Sc'hw:L1'tz, .lon I'Iviclc-V, Hunk Uopkivwitz, l,2lVCSl'Il1I1l0S, Dick MCf1l2llll'lllill, Tom '1'uw0s. Roy Lillillxilll. 21-L Y Tho Hzirosfoot lovolics Hank llopkiowittz :incl Art Svhwzirtz, showt-tl the nmlo spwios that thc-y shoultl ntrvvr lllltlt'I'0Slil1ltl,l4' tht- lcatclin tluilmttlv of thc sexes in thc-ir holiday sprct: in Paris. llurvsfoot wats itaimwl nftvr the ago-oltl pmt-tif-Q ol' using at rz1hhit's foot to apply nutkc'-up. Thr! group sturtc-cl in 1898, and their first procluvtion was one of at svrious 1l2lllll'6. Whon other schools started pirking up our iclvas, wo turned to the now trzitlitional lnusit-all roniedy. It wasn't until 1909 that llztrvsfoot hoc-anne an ull-nmle mst, and this wus done so that the show 1-ould go on tour. During tho two wars, tho r-luh lwr-aiiiiv inzu'tix'e. Aftor the show in 11117. that Ontirv c-mst onlistocl in tho arinvfl lorves hut ut't,er tho win' thc group was strongt-r than he-forv. Original shows lutyv ofton hvvii protluvotl hy tho group. with the first ont- living givon in 19013. lt was at whooping Sllt't'0SS, untl inspirml thc innny originals that liavt- lwvn prvst-tiled sint-1-. Asiclc- lront prc-svnting original shows, tho group hats also shown tho 1-ainipus sum-h grciat lztvoritcs :ts Hfloiitlvilioii l'refer l3lonrl0s'l, ztnrl this yvztrls show 'tl'ull M0 Nlzul:nn". t'l':1ll N10 Nlzulznnl' is lmsc-tl upon tho story ot' Pt-rlo Nlostn, tht- lznnous lVz1shingtonHhostt-ss with tho inostost on tho hztllv. This inusir-:tl voinvfly portrnys hc-r cluring tht- tinw ol' ht-r znnlmsszultmrship in 1,uxt-nthourgh. Nluny at lztugh wats lizul hy tht' various yivwing ziiicliviivvs at the st-viningly iiivoiic-oiyzlhlv situntions in whirh this fznnous hostvss finds liorsolf. Tho rozul tour, as it has in tho past, wus given cluring spring vzu'ution. - 1 Survival of tho littvst lirought 'lllllll Lnngt-, .lohn Dietrivlt. llvrlm ill tc tth D iw N Innu s intl Bolt lit it ntl nc n to lrlow tot 11n trot 1. ,fi 1 t-- t , , .,t lwztuty Hunk 17opl4iowitz. 'S ' I 'US t , 215 The Haresfoot chorus line, oilxmvvise known :Ls thx- ponies, flaunt theil'-fcllmlc c'lm1'n1s. Ponies and l'jl0lJll2LIltS c-mulminccl p1'0r1L1f'vcl ilu' lJ!Ll'kgI'U1lIll1 for thu old zulrxgc- 1'Gc-111111111011 PI'0f01' Bloudvsf, Xml Consigny, Hzmrcsfoot Puls dvnl. Heading the activities of Haresfoot this year has been Ned Consigny, president. Assisting him were: John Hamel, vice-president, Toni Powell, secretaryg Jack Joyce, member at large, Rawson Price, business manager, and Bruce lfishkin, public relations. Ray Hilsenhoff has served as the club's financial advisor since 1936, and he and two alums, Vernon Hamel and Walter Frautschi, plus the officers of Haresfoot, consti- tuted the Executive Board. This board makes all the major policy decisions for the club. For the past several years, and again this year, Fredrick Buerki has directed the show, with Harriet, Narowetz doing the choreography. James Jorgensen was this year's musical director. Last year's show "Gentlemen Prefer Blondes", cen- tered around two girls on leave from the Follies. The girls, who took a trip to Paris, found that the city of love had caught them with some of its magic. Lorelei Lee, played by Hank Dopkiewitz, found her attentions in Paris shared by Henry Spoiiord, played by Jon Heider, and Josephus Gage, played by John Dietrich. Dorothy Shaw, played by Art Schwartz, marries Gus Esmond, played by Dave Semmes. Top: The Haresfoot Board seated from left to right: V. Hamel, N. Consigny, R. Hilsenhoff, W. Frautschi. Standing: J. Doyze, T. Powell, R. Madigan, N. Hamel. Bottom: Rawsou Price, Business Manager, Bruce Fishkin, Public Relations Director. Harriet Narowitz, Clioreographerg Jim Jorgenson, Musical Directorg Fred Buerki, Director, Ray Hilsenhotf, Financial Advisor. 217 TI1 4- firsl :mel l:LI'91s-st Ill'0lllIf'1iUIl llf'fll1'yl'Ill' fm' XYiSi'OIlSiIl Pluym uns "Of Tlwv I Sing". Hvrc- limi: Kim: :md .Xrtlnlr Sl'llWill't,Z, Sl1l'l'Ullll1lI'1l luv tln- 1-utirv vast, l5IlIl,l'11'll thu f'iI1:Lll'. 2 First row, left to right: I.. Slwrmrm, .X. II1-iuy, I.. Imvin, M. F. Rusult, M. Ii, I,m'v11x. A. Gurfltlw. Second row Ii. Mzzrkgrxnf. KI. Pim-us, J. lgIlI'1lIYl'IlVSll. T. Tm-ws. S. ftlibllgll, P. Svzlrlvg. Third row: K. Iiuynl. X. IjfJI'I1f'il'lIl. IJ Sl1ll'kNYl'ilTIl1'I'. T. A1I'cQl2il1f'Illlll. R. lx:n.1'th, J. Hun-s, Ii. f:!'l'l'll. G. Imvltt. Z Q-Q 18 .ww WW Q-.,.,1,,.... .119 Wisconsin Players W'is1'011si11 l'lz1y1v1's, to fulfill its goal of f11st1'1'i11g C1I'21lllil 011 the i'21Il1pllS, 111111 21 busy y11111'. The g1'1111p 11111 1111ly 11s1111 tho lllillly 1111-ilitivs of 11111 Illillll 1l1G2l1t'l' 111111 the l'l11y -'K-.5-- -s. C'i1'1'l11, but l11'z1111'l11111 out 111111 t11l1w'isi011 11ls11. lll1'lllf1CC1 Ull 1110 1511-757 lllll lim' T110 11121111 lll0z1l1'I' WOI'l'Z l'l111l11:1. G:1l1l1-1' was g1iV1-11 l1y Wis1'1111si11 Plabyvrs ill 111i1l "Of 'l'l11111 I Sing", liHi'L1Kl2l 11111111-1'1'. 1'Tl111 11111115111 Llllfl tl111 Wl'1l"i1" vTh1f ,Il'S"" Play EWS fm" Ulu llllff l""1'l11'fll'mS in 1 H H , X H H' ,A ' , N NVll1i'l-1 111111 l1111'l4, lxrmy G1111111s1111, xllllliilll Flllllll, Illlll Nurs , 1I111'11111gLs ut heyvn , 111111 l',l1z11l111Il1 11111 Q11111111 . 'l'I1:1li11 P1-1111-S1111 C1IJpl'1ll'l?1,l. St111le11t11111111111plays1111-111111-1l:'1B11x111111Fox", lJilYlll St111'k11'0atl1111"s 111'iv'i1111l HKlz1U'U'i1- of 1111- l3:11'0'z1i11 1311x11- P5 2-525 8 1111111t", 211111 "'1'l11r Cheat 111111 lgl'0Wl1ll, by 1511131-1111 OlN11il. 'l'l111 :1wz11'1l wi1111i11g 1111111111 lay l'1'11f. 11111111111 31111-111111 111' 11111 1'.lY. sp1-111'l1 1l1111z11'11111111I. '1'l'l111 Sl11111111:1k111'1s H1111s1-." was z1ls11 p1'111l111'111l. 01111-1115 i111'l1111111l: T0111 T1-ws, p1'11si111-1111 131111 Cil'0t'Il, 1'x1'1'111iVC V11-0 p1'1-1411111111 111111 1'll21ll'Il1iL11 111' 1111- 11111111 th11z1t1'1' 111111 TY p1'1111111-ti1111s3 lillllyll liillllh, x'i1'11 p1'11side11l 111 1-l1111'g11 of Studio Play p1'1111111-1i1111sg 31111 l"11i Rosult, s1-1'1'1-tz11'y. 219 Thv Wisvonsin lforvnsic' l'nion. liljllllililll lo proniolv forvnsivs, debutc- and other spvi-vh avtivilir-s, roprosvnts thv l'niV01'sity in ull such iiilvl'-1-ollvgiutv vonipotilion. This YPHF, Tho Il1l'I1llJ0l'S of ihv Yarsity :incl l'Jl'GSTlIl12lll toznns pz11'ticfiputvcl in well ovc-l' 100 clehutos. Tho annual vhznnpionship dvhnte, whim-h is hvlcl on mnnpns vavh spring, is the rnztin vvvnt of tho your for thv l'JOI'0llSli' lvnion. Tho four host ch-hz1t01's among its nioin- W' ' hors airs- chosen Io pz1rtic'ipz1tv in the contost. Thvy :irr- S I n pziirvrl off into two vonipvting tvznns. Tho host lI1dlVlllll2ll . . dr-hztior of the four rvvoivvs ai. prize of 515150. A prizv of 351100 is given to ihv soc-ond-host, and lhv OHIPI' two ro- vvivv S50 c-avh. Tho money for the prizvs is rlonatvcl hy NYilliznn J. llzigvmiii, an alunins of the l'1iiVc-l'sity and thc- lYisvonsin lforvnsir' l'nion. Another big projcc-t of tho l'lUl'0llSlK' l'nion is tho Dvlizi Sigma llho dehutv whim-h it 4-o-sponsors. Social zictivitivs invludv il full get-to-gvtlim' for nr-w Il10l1llJ0l'S and 21 spring hanqnvt at which zxwzircls are inzulv. This yvar's oflic-ors wvrv lloggvr Reineinznin, presidvntg Bonnie liishoff, sc-1-rotary-tN-z1s11i'm'g and llngo Anderson, historian. First row, left to right: J. Hzinsvn, C. Puls, li. ll1'lIl0I111i.llIl, li. Bishoff, S. lfrim-s. Second row: VV. Histow, G.Stvrn. J. Mirzom-il', C.Dink4-1. VV. liroinhock, lll. J. Korn-s, T. lirnnnr-r, A. Frank. Third row: C. Kores. li. lgI'l'IlllCI', J. Hzirriniamn, D. H1-ri'c'l, T. Juvkson. P. Mzirtiiiozmn, S. Cohvn, N. Cohen, C. Foth. Fourth row: A. R. l"owl0r, P. lilliott, L. Brnvli, l.. Staingvl, L. ll:lj'IHOIlLl, ll. Fry, J. Rorlvsvli, G. S90l1IlXYl'l', H. Anhorson, K. Coiigvr. 220 Concert Band i x l 2 Flute and Piccolo: li. llnblee, J. Stollc-l. C. Bjwlic-, J, Boyd, M. .Xl3l'tlll1l.IllSi-'11, R. Sr'o1'gic-. M. Fols, M. llallnnan. E Flat Clarinet: ll, lilassy B Flat Clarinet: li. Lutz. D. Milla-r. Cf Stowers. ll. lioycl, K.. Ott, J, llc-id, T. Howl-. V. VVall:1c'e, li. l"vr1'is, M. VVQ-lr'l1, .L C'arswvll. G. ltliitv CT. llvctly, L. Svlnilz. T. Corth, ll. lit-lly, VV. Ganclt. E Flat Alto Clarinet: R. liawitsvlwr, S. Honnnc-. B Flat Bass Clarinet: P. Kcrstun, J Marshall. B Flat Contra-Bass Clarinet: R. VVit.t,v. Oboe: T. Motrnlma. Oboe and English Horn: Ci. Polansky, G. lironzor. Bassoon: IJ I.ic-lwnlmerg, J. lirac-111o1', C. Brnlmn, W. Wahlin. E Flat Alto Saxophone: G. Howard, li. Znokcrinan, ll. Wilson, B Flat Tenor Saxophone C. Q11aclo1'cr, ID, Blunt. E Flat Baritone Saxophone: li. Craig. E Flat Tuba: D. Markham. B Flat Tuba: J. Wnssow. S. Collins. li. linz ll. Aspnes, C. lVlllltlI'tlXV. String Bass: R. Sc'ln'oc-rlm-r. Percussion: P. Conant, D. Donolioo. VV. Zviglvr. B Flat Cornet: R. Lewis, P. llaavk C. liausclika. ll. lil'2Lllll1St0Cll. J. liowalslqy. D. lmwis. B Flat Trumpet: M. Krebs, J. .lc-niwrjohn. F. l"lvnry. R. Roc-kow. Horn: J. Clwoso man, li. Polk. ll. lVoll', D. Peterson, ll. Miller. J. lVt-lmlpor. C, Sc'l1ivlmls'1'. B Flat Trombone: J cllll'lSlt'IlSt'Il, R. lilton. li. limiter, K. Topp J. Iiwlw. Bass Trombone: J. .Xln-aliani. J. Golllriaiix, B Flat Baritone: IJ. Gl'6?fjll. li, Spa-vavvk, T. Kaininvr, E. VVirtl1, Tympani: J. Volnn-r The lfnivvrsity of lVisc'onsin Bands are a part of thc- Svliool of Mnsiv. l'istablisl10cl in l885 with twelve nnisi- c-ians, today tln- l'0l1llJlllCCl inf-rnlwrsliip totals 226. Tlwro are three lmantls: a C'o11vo1't Bancl, a Baclgvr Band and a C'artlinal Banfl. l'l2lt'll lmanml roliearsvs sc-paratvly ancl plays at least one t'tJllt'Pl'l a St'lll0Slt'I'. lYisr'onsin's famous Nlarvlnng lianrl is voinposotl ol' nnin solcw-tml from all tlnw-o bands. l'1'ol'. Dvorak has been tlio clirom-tor ot' lmancls for the last 223 years. Two now assistants were appointed this yoarg ltlclward Mirr is tlio c-ondnrtor of the Baclgzgol' Band ancl is also teavlwl' ol' brass lllSll'lllll0lllS, and lioitll Polk is tho 4-onclnvtor of tlw Carninal Banml who also liatl the respon- silmility of tliv Klarvliing Banfl last fall. 'l'l1c- bands arc- tho inost at-tivo student organizations on ' t'2LlllIJllS. More than 55 appvarznn-os arc- xnaclo vavh yvar. i lllusic by tllv hands is also hoard on sovvnty-six Wis- Imymond F. Dwmk' Inmcmr Ui. Immig- vonsin radio stations on a progrrain known as "The lVis- :-onsin llvovklyll, broadvast onvc a wee-li. 221 Flute: H. Sl1i1111, J. '1Ill0IIllJS0Il. Oboe: .I. F11-1'1i. Clarinet: R. 1501111112 li. B1'11w11. G. fllliill 111111. D. M1'Leo1l, li. 1hTi'l'l'f1lllli. P. Pete1's1111, H. Sl1:1pi1'11, li. S111oo11y, K. S111111. Saxophone T. Guse. A. Tl1l'1f'I1. C C'111l11-1'ts011, .I. P01'tC'l'. French Horn: I.. Boll, IJ. l'11st111', A. H111- gvss. R, Xzzfzigor. Trumpet: R. A1111-s, -I.1Jl1f1Olll'Slll, Y. Craig. B. Figi, J. Gil11111'ts1111. M. Hahn, B. .I1111so11, H. K1-1'st1-11. P. 1il'Gl1l, J. l::1,ws1111. 11. 11111011 A. P1-t1':11111k. P. Plfllltllfi H. Tz11l1'11th, B. V:1l1111zz1. Trombone: A C'11111's, T. H111111z111. Ii. Hosig. I:. I.:1111l1'y, A. Maki I". P11t1'1'io11, P. St11i111111-tz. Baritone: J, Gatos, G. H11ff1111111, P. Mvili. Bass: li. I3l111'k J. J111111ke, R. Kl11s111', IC. X1'lS0ll. Percussion: M. I711g11111'. D. Elmor, T. St111'11l1-. Badger Band 1'111le1' the1li1'e1-111111 111' 1'l1lWz11'd AIi1'1'. tho Bz11lg1'1' B11111l this z11'ti1'iti11s. Its 111e111be1N 11x11 pa1t11 ipated 111 NI111h111g, year pa1'ti1'ipate1l 111 1111 2111111131 1-11111-111't 111111 s111'111'z11 other 11111161 zwtivities pdllli ll lllX 1t spoltx uente The Ca1'di11a1 13111111 111011111911 i11 its 511-tivitivs playing at 111111111111111111111111 lxe-1111111111 11111111st5eQ11 1111 1111 NI 11111 1'11111'erts, n1ilitz11'y 11v1111ts, athletiv e'Ve11ts, 211111 tho spring ing Iiilllll, wzlb 1111111 tol 111 C 1111111 11 B'1l1dfI1lS 11 ll Flute: I1. Booker, J. H:1:1s1'11, J. Iiustok, S. Mt'j't'l'S, J. R:1lp11, B. VV:1ll:1.1'11. Clarinet: 1U Ilivhl. D. Cooney, V. J11111-S, P. Iirivitz, H. SW111-t. T. Szy111:111ski. H. hltbllllg. VV. A111611 li. Nowak. Oboe: J. 15111111-1', G. VVhit1-. Saxophone: IJ. D:111ho11s1f1. A. F1-l11l1:111s1f11, J Hopp. J. Sp:111gl111', Ii. Bliss, M. .I11y1'11. R. TlltJH1IJSCJll. Cornet: T. BOC'k13l'. I.. 111111, Ii. Cz1rl- H1111. P. Hasty. H. H1Jlli'1, VV. Holt. Cf. H11t1'11i11s, J. K111pitl11-. J. Mz1r1'11S. J. M:1y111', 11. P11t1-rs Ii. S1'11ikofk11, C. Shultz, C'. S1'1111ltz. B. wI1lll'll, IJ, W'i1l1'i1'k. French Horn: li. Atwo1111, R Mj:1:111vS, M. Ii11s1'11, Cf. S1'11i11l1l1'1'. Baritone: C 011111. C. I'l111'1't, VV. Holllv. K. lNI'1l111'g, H M11111-rly, J. Ros11111:111. Trombone: L. A1'g1111, I". IillI'lilIli, J. Phillips, T. St:111l1-y, G. Tivo Bass: J. IqOB1'llQl', A. I1i1:1111t,1':111, F. N0ls1111, J. SllIlf.fC'l', J. Zi1111111e1'1111111. Percussion: S. Chris- t1-11s1111, J. K:1pl11111gst,, I1. Ii.111111lph, C. Son11111r1-s. String Bass: J. MIICQKC5, ii I1 sig. .Jig Hifi .,1w1f1,1 . I , 1 :Q 1 52 111 ,f f"" Q. Marching Bancl The famed University of Wisconsin Marching Band presents- With these words at each football game, the band presented many spectacular marching formations and musical prog1'ams. For the 23rd year the band was under the direction of Ray Dvorak, professor of music and director of bands. Edward Mirr and Lt. Keith Polk, IIS.,-Ll". were co-directors this year. The drum major was Frederick Fleury, who led the 150 men in their formations. For the opening game of the season against Marquette, the band paid a tribute to Milt Bruhn, the Badgers' new head football coach. Their regular program dealt with the woes of a freshman entering the University. "Orien- tation and Registration Week" depicted a freshman' s tour of the campus with the standing in line for registration, seeing his advisor, paying of fees, and enduring the physi- cals. Between halves of the Southern California game, the band gave its impressions of Monitor. "Going Places and Doing Things" gave the stadium a wonderful variety show. The UW Monitor took us to Muir Knoll on our campus to hear the Wisconsin Carillon in "The Bells of Saint lNfTary". The next stop was the Imperial Theater in New York City to hear "On the Street Where You Livel' sung by Burr McWilliams. Upon returning to the stadium, "Varsity"completed the program. Frank Ben- criscutto and James Christensen did the special band arrangements for the program. Homecoming provided the theme of "Musical Memor- iesu for the bands' program of characteristic dances from the turn of the century to the present. Dancers from Haresfoot did the various dances. "Wisconsin", a new song written for the University by Edwin Franko Gold- man, was introduced at the halftime program. The final "Varsity" as sung by the band will keep up spirit until the exciting season next fall. 22 University Symphony Orchestra The Symphony Orchestra, under the direction of Pro- fessor Richard C. Church, rehearsed four and one half hours each week. The result was a high degree of ability displayed in every performance, all the more remarkable since many members are not music majors. There are future doctors, engineers, and teachers, all chosen by tryout. This yeai' was a busy one for the Symphony. In the fall it assisted the Wisconsin Players in 'fOf Thee I Sing". lt performed in the University Composer's Exchange Festi- val and, at a Sunday Music Hour in the Union, gave a formal concert featuring the works of university compos- Later there was thc lllidwinter hlusic Clinic and the midyear Convocation. At the end of February the Orchestra left Madison for a three day concert tour. ln hlarch concerts were played in Vifhitewater and Oshkosh, and the Spring Scholarship Benefit Concert was held in the union. A new feature this year was the televising of rehearsals every second Thursday by VVHA-TV. Officers of the Symphony Orchestra were Jim Christen- sen, president, Jim Kowalsy, vice-president, and Nancy Ellis, secretary-treasurer. First Violins: M. Feldman, L. Hamrus, R. M. Pedersen, T. Wvaller, G. lhde, D. Stewart, L. Meincke, S. Burgoon, L. N. Gilman, li. B. An- drews, K. Schaede, N. Taber, G. Heideman. Second Violins: C.Sehumpert, J. McDonald, L. Douglas, D. J. Bartz. J. Bcnnin, J. Larson, J. Lepinski, B. Orchard, H.. Sweet, K. Mortensen, M. Tuttle, B. Barslow, S. Dixon, G. McClanahan, J. Cooper. Violast J. Kolpitcke, W. de Malignon, K. Zander, H. Smith, C. Denniston, A Becknell, J. Smith, S. Henckel, R.. Temple. Cellos: D. Tomatz, H. Potter, A. Zander. M. L. Daniel, R. Daellenbach, P. Rafoth, J. Vlvalker, J. VViecki, M. Schwab, F. Axley, S. Lueth. Bass Violsi L. Johnson, M. Toal, E. Allen, N. Fllis. K. Calvi, S. Metz, T. hiurphy, li. Gohlke, J. Johnson, Pl. Price, R. Rockow. Flutes: M. Weckel, J. Jones, A. Church, K. Beadle, Oboes: D. Caddock, P. Bertram, G. Kreuzer. Clarinets: F. Bencriscutto, L. Cooper, A. Rieff, V. Wallace. Bassoons: M. Huibregtse, A. Wll1klC1', J. Tjotlat, M. Lutzke. French Horns: K. Polk, N. Beckncll, D. Peterson, G. Dickey, H. Flmer. Trumpets: J. Kowalsky, H.jBrahmstedt, R. Lewis, F. Westphal. Trombones: J. Christensen, R. Renter, J. Abraham. Tuba: D. Markham. Tympani: J. D. Volmer. lPercussion: A. Becknell, F. Allen, P. Bertram. Harps: M. Rupp Cooper, M. Capron. Piano: N. Becknell. 224 First row, left to right: G. cIl1ZlIlLlll'l', N. lfllis. Ii. I,ZIlI'17, I'1. I'II'Oll1Il1, KI. K1-ll111'. .l. l1:11's1111 I l'l1111 I IIl.l1IfI Ii Iiilll If II11x I7 N11I1111l I l51ll IJ l'l11111 Y IBOCIIIILIIII I flllll 1111 1 .- - - - 1 1 1 .1 .1 1 -4. s1111, lZ.h1111tl1, Second r0WZ If. Iillilllil, li. Ilnvis, N. I,I'll1'I'. Ii. Xvitll Vli:1g:1-111-11. VI'.Ul11-1'11gg1- S. Nl1'l.:1111'1-11, P. li11111111l. .I IlILlf'liL'l', N. IxI1'fIll'll1'Il. M. C'1'1111111:11'li111'. .l. iXI1Jli,LfIlll. I.. .X11111111ls1111 I,.C'11ll1-11 li, Y1111lx, P. 'I.'i11kl1:1111, KI. l.:1111-. Third row: If N111113 T, VIY1-iss, .l. C'l11s1-, .I. S11-11111 il NI1'I'l1'll 9 I'Iil1-V. T. Howe-. NI. Ii11f1'l1, 'lf X111':1ff1-1', IJ. Mi 1'l11l. IJ. S- I., IV ,- 1. l . , ,. 1 cl flllllll 11111 M, M1'U1':11l1. IJ. I,1'lL'I'FOI1. Fourth row: W. II1ll'l.1'l' IJ. M1111l41x X, lYill11-1111. T. .xIl1'1ll'S4lll Y l'l11 11 l' I'11111l1111 I1, I Iii 1.111111 'I' NI111y1l1x IJ Qlll 1111 111 I NI111l11ll I I 111ll1x I3 K111-1111, Il. li111's11'11. K. G11ll1:111s. IJ,S111i1l1. A Cappella 'l'l11- .X fI2l 1111ll11 i'l111i1' 9111111111 111-w 1'111'111:1l 2lllll'1', Silllll' 1 P1 F 11111 1111 lllllll1'l'1lllS 111'1'z1si1111s d111'i11g 1I111 y11:11'. l11 IX1lX'l'llllJl'l' .QI : . 1 lllll 111111111 2llJI1l'ilI'llll 111 the I'11iv111'si1y C'111111111s1-1'e llx 1'l1z111g11- l"1-s1ix':1l. .IIISI l111l'111'1l C'I11'1st111:1s x':11':11i1111 lllll 1Il1Jll 11z11'1i1'i11:11111l 111 il C'l11'is1111z1s C11111-111'1 111511-1l1111' x1i1l1 1l11- . . . . , , , , , l111x'111's11v xl11lllllll s C IIIIIIIIS illlkl 1l111 XI1-11 s 11l1-1- C l11l1 II11111 111 1l111 s111'111gL 11 lvll KI111,l1s1111 l111' 21 W1-11l4 111 Iillifl :1 s111111wi1l11 1'11ll1'1ll'l 1111113 :1111,l 111 May i1Il11llll'l' 1'1lIl1'1lI'l was glw-11 111 1l11' NIIISII' Ilzlll. ,, . . , .1 ,, .W ,.1.. .1 1 15 1- 1,1 111111 151111 11111111 111111 I'II'lll2lV 111 11:55 111 Nl11si1- l'I11ll, was H 1 lf: II111 l1lll'llllllI 1l11'1-1-111111 111 .l. liussvll l'11x11111, XYII1 J XY'li 'li- wisic-1l l1y ,XI'llllll' H111-k1111ll. 'l'l111 11111111l1111's, 11111 ull 11l' wl111111 2lI'l' 11111si1' lll2l'l1ll'N, w111'11 1'l111sc'11 l1y 11'y1 . ' , . 1l1111'1' w111'11 slxly-I11111' x'1111'11s. D1111g1glz1s Nl1l1'l111ll was l,1'1's1- 11l1 111 lx1 lNllll1' II11x 1l11111, Nz1111-y 1,111-NI1-C'l11ll:111. Vive-l'1'11s' - , ' ' , v- 1 1- 1- b111'1'111:11'y, :1111l X11'1111' lzl1111'1. l1'1111s111'111'. Illl' z ist 1x':1s,l11y1-11 ll:1l1l111'. l1'1'11Il1lllll Fz1st11r, y1111'v1+g111, 111 sing 1':1s11-1'. 225 V 1 llllx NI1111's GI1111 C'l11l1 NN j1l'1PllIJ. 'I'l111y w111'11 I'1'11111111111ly 1'z1ll111I 11111111 111 p111'1'111'111 1111 I111-11l 111'g11111zz11i1111s. lilQ11 1l111 IYIIX 111111 1l111 lCz1sts11l11 Bus 1111ss1111111's Cllllll. lJ111'i111L 1l111 1111111111 1l1115'. 111g111I1111' 1vi1l1 1l111 l111x'111's11v lX111111111's C'h111'11s :1111l 1l111 A fl2lJJl'lll l I C'I11111', IJ2ll'Ill'lpilTOll 111 :1 C'l11'1s1111z1s clflll1'f'l'I. l.z11111' 1l111x :1p1111111'111l 111 il I'111'111:1I 1'111-1111l 211 1I111 1111i1111, 111111 111 1l11 wp1'1111zg llllxf' wz1X11l g11111ll1x'11 111 XI:11l1s1111 11s 1l111y I11I1 1111 il 11'1111lQ llll 1l11111' 'lIlllll'll 1 11111: lglll 11x'1111 11'11I1 s111-I1 :1 l111f f1'lll'1lllll' 1l111V I1Il1ll1l 1111111 111 S1112 111 l1:11'l1111'sl11111 1lll2ll'l1'lr I S c II11- 111'g:1111z11111111 111'11x'111l 111 llll 11s lilltxlllfxil as 11 11.11 IIIISY. AX1 1l111 illlllllill s111'111gg l'11ll1'l'l'I sp111'i11l k11ys 111111 111'11s11111111l 1111l111s11 WI111 l1:11l sung 111 1l1111ll1111f'l11l1 I'1ll'SlX NlIlIll'Sll'I'S. II11111111111l1111'1x'l111W11s11l111s1111 1l111 IIlllSI2lIl1llll,., l'll'1'NllIllIlIl IIIIS y11111' was Sl1z111'11 llll11j'. lll11 1lIIl1'l1l'S 111111 Xl11y11:11'1I Klaus l11ll lJI1Nl1I1Illl. l11ll llllblllillll. Yl1'11-IDI'1'SI 1l11111, :1111l l'1'11cl l'l11111'Y i1'1'l'f'Iill'y-I 1'11:1s111'111'. .Xs11x'i1l111111111l ln' 1l11111' IJl1l'I0l'1ll'lll1'1'4 11ll 111 1I111 I1iI'lX'-llblll' 1111111 111111 1 sl4ill111l. I'111l111' Illlx 1'2lI32llIIi' 1li1'111-1111'sI1ip 111' l'1'11l'11ss111 ll :11'1'1111 li. xx1l11ll'l1lLI1l. 1I111 l1l1?lllS KII1111 C'I11I1 l1111'1111111 111l1111 XYIX1' l41111w11 als1l111.X111l1z1ss111l1'11's111'S1111g. 1Il', First row, left to right: P1-1111 W1111l1l1'i1lg:11. li.4lilIi11g1l111111. li. Ii111l1111-, ll. lJ1ll1jllll'l'lj'. Ii. Y111 5. Ii. S1'lIl'1'2LSl'. B. H11w:11'1l, l1'. l'lIl'l1l'y, W. lvl11l1,l1:1114. J. fll'1PllI, A. lII'K'IUll'll. Second row: Q1 Ii:111s1'l1li:1. IJ. ,1X111l111's1111. ll. Sllllflll. P. W111'1l1111,1:11111, IJ. VV:111gl1. J. 1l0Illll'I. M. i11l11111, ll S:1111-rssig. Ii. Ii11ll111', Cl. li1':1l11111. Third row: G. I11111g11111111k111', M. M:11'Ql1:1ll. ll. li1LSSl11'l'. li B111 lx. Ii. 01111, li. Iilug. I.. SXYIIII. T. Mills. .l. Cl11is11111s1111, T. Oliv111'. Fourth row: T. flI'1'l'Il1' II C-1ll ii11Q. .l. l"111'l111s. BI. Fox, 'l'. 'l'I111111ps1111. .l. K11sw:1lsky. Ii. Wi11sI11w. M. C:11' Illtllly. .X. KI:!:1SI1. C . lI1'lf'lll. 226 1 -: 'us wi1I111111 1l1111l11 Et x'111'y busy First row, left to right: li. limgmizi-i', B. Noll, li, Czilvi. C. Stvwiirt. A. Rus-. . C. C: I Fcnmlvi' I Griffin X C'olcllni'g, M R tl 'll NI YY l ' 0 ch S Swl ii - f. . 0 nw , - . vs , J. Mille-r. Second r w: J. M IJ. Iniholl, lf. Slivni. S. TIll'Ilt'I', AI. Sc-ligson, li. f2l10IliIllQ'j'l'l', M. C'lnn'1'h. M. lirviik liingetcr. V. Dailnikv, I. lizilcli, J. I':1ttvi's011. Third row: P. Culvi, M. Bigelow, A. Nic ll son, P. Pm-ti-i'sm1, C. c2ll2LlIl'l'Cl', IJ. Olson, J. Willizims, IC. .XIUIILLH7 J. St-offcl, J. W'l1ovlL1, 'X liunv, L. Ile-in. Fourth row: A. I':n'lu-i', J. NIulin:n'o. S. Iinliflson, N. Sf'llLI1'gC1', Ii. Klctzien IJ. Joyvc. V. l.oP0u1', IC. ,Xnclri-ws, M. cllfllllvlli. Fifth row: U. Zzihoiir, li. Mc,-011111, I.. Brennri Cl. Kopp. J. AIICIOTSOII, Ii. Yzilosh. B, llaiyf-s, K. Km-lsey, XY, Yvorclvll. M. Pvteison, ID. fin sim-lion. S. 3I1'CllO. 'l'h0 l'nix'v1'sity XVOIIIUIIYS flll0l'l1S. c-oinposvcl this yvzn' of sixty mvrnlwrs c-hosvn hy tryout, pa1'tir'ipz1Ivd in ai ninnlwi' ol' imisivzil vvviits. 'l'h0 IHFIOCIIOIIS group zlppvzirvcl at The l'niV01'sity C'omp0s0rs' lfxcliziiigzgv lfvstivzll hvld in Madison in Nov0i1ilw1'. If pz1i'ti1'ipat0fl in The flllI'lSilH2J.S cl0lll'C1'i togvthvi' with thv ,X Uzippollzi clllflll' and thx- lI0n's C1109 Chili and also in thv Nliclwintvi' Music' Vlinic' held in Jun- n:n'y :it thv Ivnion 'Illl021iGI'. In thfl spring thc m'lioi'us wi-nt on loin' giving pc-ople in plzu-vs otlivi' than IXIILKIISUII an nppollliiiity To hc-an' lhvm. In tho lwginning of May ai wvitzil was givvn in Music' Hull. 'l'h0 nHic'oi's of tho nrggziiiizzitimi werv l':11 Czilvi, presi- flc-ni, Anclrvy Nll'lii'l'SOll, i'ic'v-pivsiclviil, Joan NVli0vl01', S04'I'Pi2ll'Y-Il'!'2lSIll'l'l', unfl Mwcirlith Cll1ll'f'll, puhlir' Volu- tiuns. lliivvtm' of thai I-lioriis was Dzilv Clillwrt. live,-i'y Xlonday, XYOLIIIGSQIZLX, :ind l"1'icl:1y aftwiiooii at 212250 the 1-0-mls l'0ll02ll'S0fI in thc' Music- Annvx. Women's Chorus ci' lx , . 2 Medichoir 15111 C'11t11111'h 11211 fifty-fivv 111111111-111 st11111211ts, 21w:1y 1-Nllll t111-11' 1101112 tlIlt1 tiss1112 st111li11s 1itll' tl11' 111111111211t, 111 1-x1-1'1-1s111g1 t111111' v111'21l 1'l1111'11s. This Q.f1't1llI7 111' 1111111 st11111211ts XV01'tx t111- 11111111l1121's ot t111- 1957 1VIc1111'111111'. '1lh21t 21 11101111-211 st11111211t 11111 1111 11111111 wit11 V111'211 1'11111'11s 1111111 1111-1'121y st1111y t1111111 21s il, p211't of t1111 11111112111 Zlllilltlllly w21s p1'11v1111 211121111 this y11211' by the M1'11i1-1111112 A111,111t f1fty- 11112 1111111, 2111 111 11101111-11111, 111211121g1?11 to t11211' t1111111se1V1-s QINVUY 11I'tDlH t1112i1' text books 211111 s1'11111111les 11211111111-11 w1t11 1-l21ss11s 211111 12111111'21t111'111s 1o11g12111111g11 to 11161111 t111211' V1111-es 111 soiig. Led this y11211' by 13111 C11t21111r11, t111- 1'11tJ11' 111161-t1'11 its 11111510211 2111i1it111s 11110 l11'11i1':1l S1'h0111 111111-t11J11s 1111-11111i11g 21 1'11111'111't w111c11 they g21v12 111 B121111s1111 111 1-1111j11111't11111 wit11 t1112 M211'111111tt12 31011112211 S1-1111111 Gloe fl1ll1J. The M1111 21ls11 11211-14611 t1111i1' 11tt112 1J1z11'k lungs 211111 t1'21v1211111 2111 t1111 XYIIX to 1'111l21d11lp11121 to sing :Lt 11111 Stu11011t .X1111'1'i1'2111 M1-1111-211 ,XsS01'i21t11111 C1111V1111ti1111. At Christ111:1s 11111 1111e11's v1111'11s, togethol' w1t11 thosv 111' 11111 11111'ses, w111'11 111121111 1'z11'11l1i11g 111 t1111 1Yis1-1111si11 Ge11121'21l llospital. W'1ltl'S t1111 S111111't guy tl1:1t's f'1:1tt111g'? 228 Union 'X X Hx f A sm -bf An uf 2 NN xx fm' Q' ist's clrzming of the nvw c':1f1-tm-1'i:1 wi . ug 1' yc-111' saw l'OIlStl'llI'fi0Il of :L ne-w oust xx g 3 'l'l111 1'11i1111 s11w s11x'111'11l 11l11111gzg11s lll 11111 p11s1 y11111'. 1Y111'lx .X11111l1111' 111111' 1111111 was 1111v11l11p1111 111 11111 l3111'1g1?1' Olym- 1111 11111 1111w S1111111111 111111111111111g ll 111111' 111111 1111l111'g111l 111111111111 p111s. C11111111s 1x'111'1-1111111111111111111 11111111l11111s111'1111l11 l3111lgzg111's 111111 I'El111'1l'l'l1l 1111g1111 111 11111 11111. 'l1l111 11111o11v1111111111111 11a11s111l 111111 11111s1 111' 11111 11111111 111111s 111111 s1111111l QlQl'11llpS 1111 11111117115 115' 111111s11'11111i1111 111111111 111 11l111111111111 1111y 111111111 IJl'OgI'21I1lS. 1111114 111111 111 jlllllp 1111111, wu1111' lights, 111111'11l11s, tllg-Ol--XYLIIN I11 111111, 111111' 1111111'11111s w111'11 1111111111 l'1'11g1'11111s 1'111' 111111111111 111111 1111111111 111111111s1s. l"1,11' 1llI'1'1' 11LLyS 11111 l'11i1111 was 11111 s1111111111s 1'11111111'111l 111111' 11IllIJl1zl5lS. 1'S11111111111's'1 1111 111111ge1111gL 511111111 111' 111111211111 1111111'11y 11s 111111111s111111s p1'1111111'e11 111111 11111'- 11'111'11 1111111 11111' 11111111 11111111111 Hllfl 1111l1y-s111111's 11'111'11 p1'1'11'11,l1111 11111p111111l 111 GY6'l'j' 11v111l1111l11 sp111111. T110 11111l111s111s111 1Yl1ll 111 s111'111'11l 1'1111111 11v11111s. K111l'l'l1'11 S1llf1f1ll1S 11'111'11 11111111111'- wl1111l1 1111s YGZIIJS p1'11gg1'11111 11'11s 1'1111111V1111 s111'x'1111 111 lll11ll'1l11' 11151111 111 l1l'lllg!Q 1l11111' 1'llll1lI'Ull 111 11111 cllll'lS1lIl2lS p111'1y NVl111l'1' 111111 1111s y11111"s 14111115111 11lyIl1IJll'S will 1111111111111 1111 11111111111 511111121 1111111 sp1111111l :1111111111111 111 11111 1111111l111's. 11V11111. 1X 1v:11111' 1111111 111- 11111 131111111111 Uly11111i11s was 111111 111' 11111 111111111 Sililtil 11111111'1:1111111l 1111111111-11 111 1111111111111 s1111111111s 111 11111 111111111111 111111111s1s. 1'1111111 C'l111s111111s p:11'1y. The Union Direetorate made up of the chairmen of the seventeen l'nion committees, eo-ordinated the l75 differ- ent kinds of programs and services oliered by the l'nion. Directorate members posed for a family portrait wearing the traditional costumes of old England at the eleventh annual Beefeater's Banquet honoring Union eommittee members. Some highlights of the year were the gala Open Houses, the ballet, the International Club Folk Festival, outstand- ing speakers, the annual Salon of Art and the election eve party. Movies, tournaments, coffee hours and dances also helped to make the Union a seeond home to the student body. 1-'rom the quiet of the library to the noise of the Rath- skeller on Friday nights the Union eominittees found ways to serve and to entertain. 32 t ag, g , QS A ,Q '44 .sv V. Y w House committee works The new Vnion box office on plans for the Open was remodeled and re- House. located. ,NW 515351:- Yr ' ZZ? ily' 'gm .P . 1, ,W ,511 W Afi' nw ,111 , 1 ' .rf :A .Q 0 " ., .gk 4, J ' 1 1 5? 2 1' 5 Q j ' 4 1 1, s -5 T' . w, .,-. 14 'f'f1ar-1-11, ix Ah, N ,. iq ,Xi 1511111'1':11111"s 1i:1,1111111-I 1111- 13111-1'1111':1111 p11s1-11 1'1ll'Il 1'Illll11j' 1J1ll'1l'Ll1 1111- I 1111111 1111w1111g :1Il11ys 11111-1'11:1111111:1lC 1111111111 1111 1i2111ll'1'1lll' .x1lll1' P1111111' All 1-x11 1 1111111 111 Ll 11 1111 XYl'I'1' W1-1141111-11 1111 111 1 11 111 11111111 111411111 11111111 IN "" I " I 4 I A sig:111-11 1111- p1:111111- 1'111'11is- 11151 Q1 ll' "1 4 11141 011115, 1lIlf.Illlh1l1'11 XYI'l1l'I'S Ill I111' 1f'SS1JIlN NK IN 111 ll I1 Ivlliflll 1.11v1':11'v, Y'1'1'1'lW'1 Z The lwmniltutule ot Clnistmis dum i.ll0ll" engrossed this group of rommittee niembers. Annual events at the l'nion are widely varied. Cultural, soeial, and intellec-tual asper-ts of university life are eni- phasized in the many programs. Cultural events such the ballet, symphonies, and opera singers were featured this year. The l'nion sponsored numerous parties, danees, and informal get-togethers throughout the year. A Christ- mas party and 770 eluh dances were sueeessful examples. Intelleetual freedoni waseneouraged and several soap-boxes were held as well as dehates, both c-omit' and serious and talks on current world problems. mp box spvzxkvrs draw :um :mtt1-ntivv w4l on the Vuion lzmwn. Lost Zl.I'fil'll'S am- 2llll'tiOIl0l1 off ut thc- Ops-r1Ho flu- Iiullvt Russo 1ls- Monte- Czurlo pluywi llt'1't' in Def'0n1lwr. 2 o f f.-L, f, .. ,Q ? 24?35i:f1IEf,',1 ' 1, , f ffl:-5.527-iii'--'.-if , ' Y 7-'s izz ix V 'A - I Jigff-, A A K' ' 'Te rsewef fiztw' Hootus tiki idv1ntig.,t ot fine wt itliu to pi ictlu sfulmg skills on Like Mendota. Each weekend two or three outing parties leave Hoofers quarters, on weekends perhaps only as far as Baraboo, over the holidays perhaps as far as the Tetons. During the week, weather permitting, lloofers sail on Lake Llendota or skate on it. lNIountaineering, czunping, and skiing are other Hoofer favorites, in season. The lfnion in H356-57 saw many new ideas develop into new activities. It welcomed back many of the successful ideas of past years. As always the committee memhers carried out the aims of the varied programs, making sure that the lfnion remained thc kind of living room the stu- dents want it to he. They co-ordinated all activities with one hasicideazthat the Vnion is tfhe placc where every one can get to know and understand other people. Publications ln its opening etlitorial of the 19513-57 st-hool year, the Daily C':u'tlinal had this to say: "The real t'0llll'llDllllOll of the newspapei' is in the form of eoninninit-at ion of far-ts and icleas. The newspaper satisfies the desire to know in atl- tlition to feeding on it. That is why we exist: to provitle you with lat-ts ancl itleas, to satisfy your tlesire to know. lfroni the lirst wortl in the lirst issue to the last worcl in the last issue ol the year, the C'ardinal st rove to ineet its stated oh'ieetix'e. It ran a series ol' artieles on theproh- lein at liast llill trailer eanip and on the laeulty salaries issue. lt lmrought stutlent goverinnent and stutlent activi- ties to the stutlents. It niaintainetl its tratlition ot' sift- ing through hunrlretls ot' leads to piek up important news stories. lftlitorially it t'2ll'l'lPtl torwarcl the light on the ineinlmership list issue and other areas ot' stutlent eoneern. ltesponsilmle to the flill'tlll1LllB021l'tl ol'C'ontrol for theetl- itorial :intl liusiness polic-ies of the paper were l'Imlitoi'-in- Vhiet' liiin Willenson ancl Business Manager lioh lierentl antl his stall: .Xss't Business Blgr. Diek l'i't'ei', Atl. Mgr. .lini liurggess antl l'ii'r-ulation llgr. Diek Neuman. Chief responsibility for seeing that the C'artlinal was on the streets every morning fell to Blanagingg liclitoi' .lar-k Holzhueter. Ile ran the offiee and supervisetl the stall. H H i , , Keeping a steady flow of eopy eoining into the ofliee, lxnn VN illenson held the top spot on the K zirclinal stall iluring the summer anti first semester ol' the 1956-57 fliiigillti Om' IWW lewis 211111 following thelll lllh fllVflf'llN!l sehool year. vvllll his witlitlriiwal lroni sehool in Iseli- thc 1-cpm-ting Stuff kcipt Qoqlmvel-sity ltjditm-S 'julio ZCH rllrirv. .laek Holzhueter took over the etlitor's position. , ' and lieah Xathanson husy. The joh of reporting student governinent was almly handled by .-Xss't I'niVersity Editor John Gruber. C'on1- prising the rest of the C'ardinal's offieial t'1'a1nily'l were: New Idea Cclilllllllill supplementl Editor Dave 'Fruhekg At-tivities lilditor Al MeConeg Sports litlitor Dix-k Neu- heiselg Soeiety lflditors .loyee Kiedrowski and llenyse Uu- Brueq: and Photo liditor .lay Kaufman. The Cardinal The man behind the business angle of this yt-:n"s Daily C'arclin:il was Bob Berentl. 238 Hl1SillPFS 4I2lf.fvl'I'S I'0l1ft'l'l'K'fl with flu- u1:r11::,f1e-1'. Tlwy wckrv Dirk Nl'lll112'l1, I'il'f'lIl1lTiU1l IH2!ll!!,!.!,0I', Dick lvI'f'l'I'. Jim I311l'gi'SS, zrdvcrti. ing 111u11'Lg411', Holm Bmw-ml. lmusiness II12"IlIlLI,0I'. :md .luyvc Kiedrow- ski, on thv i!1lVl'I'llSlll,Q,' st:LfT :Ls welll :rs lu-mg sucuvty 04111011 T110 lzzit Illillllll'Sl'l'iLI11l1lf'Ili'f'Hl'1'tht'lllkllllilll'lll'0llgllf 1.4-wislivllmlr .Iulm Grulwr. .Xlzm Mc'C'mw, Deuysc- I,l'BI'1lK'g. .lzxvk H0lZi1l10fL'I', :md .luliv Za-ll tugvtlwl' 10 do mlitiug :xml I'l'XV1'ifi112. A press clisprntvlm ovvllpivcl 1,110 Oorltm' of illt10l'0St for sports Qdlflll lhvk B0l1lllxlHK'l Qsvzxtcdj :Lml Lvou LiIlKll'llb2lllI'I1, :L nwmlwr of 1114 sports Stuff. ff .13 , swf V W-MM' , A. fi.-Q 2 f? First row, left to right: Jim Schil- ling, Larry lixirr, Hon Seliroemler, editor, John Bollinger, Dick Peterson, IC, Bennett Felix. Sec- ond row: Pete DeVVitt, Russ .lm-ohson, Pete Reivhelsrlorfvr, Sinn Black, Ken Williziriis, Ilnve Hex, Ray Czilclwell. CJ Top: The 1-xcr-utive eonnnittve, Robert VV:Lltvrs, Ron Seliroealer, :intl .lohn Bollinger, mlisvuss :nn :mic-lv :ippenring in the Illilgil- zine. ., VHP' 4 Bottom: Meinhers of the husi- ness st:ii'i', seatedg left to right :irc-Z .l"r:1nk Mhnns, Allan C'l:uu-r, Bob VV:1l1ers, ,Xl Pf15'lK'lillK'l'. Second row: Diek Stuart, .Xl Huhhell, :Lnfl John Hren. Wisconsin Engineer A Ill0IlllN'l' of the l'I11U'i11c-el'izw' Colle fe Nl2LU'ZlZlllPS Asso- ?5 P1 25 1-iatecl, the lYisc-onsin llliggirieel' 1111110 hawk to the valnpus with tl11'eez1wu1'ds won an the vonvention larsl Om-toher. The awards were first pliu-e for Ihr- host written Il1iLLfiLZlllQ, ser'- ond plane for the hest written tevhnic-al a11'tim-le, and fourth plave for the host written non-tec'hnif-all 21l'lli'l0. Puhlishecl lllflllilllfy' from U4-toher through Mary, the lVisc'onsin l'iIlglll0C?l' serx'vs il threefold purpose: First, il brings the latest cleveloplnents in engineering to the 0ll0'lllUl'l'll1 ' students. 21 Ser-ond, it puhlirizes 11.-tivities of engineering r-luhs and societies. Tliircl, it provides the xneuns for engineering students to publish i0i'lllll1'21l papers. Heaulinyg the Inaguzine stall' this year were lion Schroe- der, editor-in-1-hiefg .lrzhn Bollinger, assol-into eclitorg Rob- ert VVaLlfer, business Illilllilglllf und Alfred Iluhhell, ad- vertising IllilllZlg2Q0l'. l'l0l1lllll'!l in 1910, the C'lI'l'lll2lll0ll of the lYisf-onsin En- gineer is mainly rnnong the engineering students. The sub- seription rate is 351.25 E1 yezn' or 25 vents 21 1-opy. 240 mm f we ',.i AMHNWW T-W15gux A . "' Henry Schroeder, managing editor, and Mieki Bommer, editor, Cbaeks to cameraj held a general statl' meeting. The members of the staff are: CFirst row, left to rightj Darla Tollifson, Kasie Kilsey, James Allen, Walt Wig- glesworth, Roland Manthe, Paul Hartwig. Standing: Mary Clatlin, Margaret O'Connell, Gene Lehner, Joe Conlin, Henry Bohnc, Martin Ross, Jerry Carey, Pot Gough, Janet Glock, Jean Cekanek. Country Magazine Celebrating its 50th Anniversary this January, the Wis- consin Country Magazine reached the half century mark in its history of publication. Published for agriculture and home economics students, their parents, and the faculty, the magazine serves as an information center for agriculture and home economics campus activities. EZ' Myrtle Bommer, this year's editor-in-chief, was assisted by Norm Rabl, advertising manager, Henry Schroeder, associate editor, and Mary Clafin, business manager. Meeting monthly deadlines from October until May found the Country Mag oflice, located in Agriculture Hall, always bustling with activity, both constructive and pleas- urable for all those concerned. Managing editor Henry Schroeder conferred with the editor Micki Ilommer Cseatedj on the magazinds policy. 241 N- slnw- lll'lVt'l' bvlnml Hu' Iizulgr-1' lmll whip this yum' was I'iI'Jlll Mfmigon flhifll'-lll-l'llil't'. fljic-i':lI1m'114l:111t fm' ilu- Hzulg -' TIIIF yvxu' was P1111 IIl'Il1I1'I'rHll. ntl kll4lXYll1lSIIIl'bllFiI1C'SS IllIHlILf1l'l'. 1l'l'V. 1l'l'NYlS1' fXIlTllll XUl'Tlll'llIJ. li:11'lm1':1 I4IlI'NJxl. G11-tc'l1mu l'sln-r, IJ:1,vc- PI'l'iFS. :lml NL Badger .Nw :my Mlwllgr3p1'ocl11,-giml lim- for lem- mpy :md idx Top: Nzmvy Mez-Xlvuvy. ropy oflitor. :mal XR-Ilylll' Rogers. sports cclilor, 1llHl'llflPLl tho vclitofs words of law. Thx- Il11ljOI'ily won. Middle: .'Xl'tm' Se-Qing tht- rvsulls of this ilu- oml :md only pic'lm'v l2Llit'll lay thc editor. IJll0lOLfl'll.pl1C'I'S Phil Skinm-r, Bmcl VVoocl :mil Bob Vl'illi:1mS, eimrollml hm' in thc- ullivc-1'sity's plnotogmplly I'0llI'SK'. Bottom: Tho photogrzipllicf 1-ye' lwlliuml tht- '57 lS:ulgvr, Phil Skinnm' also uf-tml us rissistamt vmlitol' :xml l'l1l0l-ll2lgf.Ili'l'. f I 1 PLAN M25 ' . ,Wwe-frat -no ha "W" wwf' Cohorts in the Badgers pieture and eopy divi- sion ineluded Mike Fox, Dena lilinger, Joyce Grieger and Annette DePue. Both Joyce and Mike, seetion editors, pointed out the short euts. Two high commands in the business otliee argued over the use ot the i'C3.'E6!I'll1f.fU fund. They were Don Wood and Howie Bl'lI1fiDll. lfor the seventy-seeond year in a row an exhausted edi- tor turned to a naive, newly elected editor and said, :Quit now kid, while you're ahead." And for the seventy-sec-ond year in a row the naive young thing refused to listen and dashed out to get ideas for the best Badger ever. As always, sunnner of '56 was a time for thinking up and discarding themes and ideas. lfinally in the fall, a lay- out book tueked under her arm, the new editor took over the big seat and began to wateh reality change all of her plans for the book. Chief man in charge of Changes was Phil Skinner, a balding photographer with a eolor print under his arm. Behind him was Bob Wvilliams, a red head with whooping eranes on his mind. The third man on the job was Bill Yalen, the guy with a Milwaukee Sentinel in his hip por-ket. ltlxeeutive directors of this change eonunittee ineluded Phil Henderson, manager of the purse strings, Ray Hilsen- hott, overseer of the purse stringsg Professors Hawks, Peterson, and Thayer, laisons with the phy-ed department, administration, and yearbook representatives, and five pl'ac'tieal students. Second semester the den 011 the west end of the thi1'd floor became a smoke filled blur as forty students jammed out last minute additions to sections of the book. Nancy Mc-Aleayy, copy editor, screamed for 10 lines, 20 lines . . . while Nancy Mueller, in charge of picture identifications, beat the typewriters out of existence to finish up late pages. Early in the morning mutiters about Wisconsin's excellent sport's season could be heard from Wayne Rogers, editor of that section. Peg Dickson and Joyce Grieger, leaders of the anti-seniors movement on campus, could be found pasting up senior pictures or alphabetiz- ing the small group of 2,000 who had checked theureceiy- ing a degree" space on their IBM cards this year. Meanwhile, in the cubicle called the business office, the holder of the purse strings doled out funds for the "fatter Badger staffers" movement and chased his advertising manager Don lVood out to sell more ads. Little blue slips, representative of those who thought there might be a Badger on campus in June, filtered by a system of confu- sion into file drawers. Then the mass production section of the business staff set out on all night binges to send out sales promotions. March I5 the earth quake arrived and all Badgerites dashed out to avoid the mad rush made by the editor for the printers, completed Badger lay-outs in hand. After that rumors kept popping up that there might actually be a Badger in '57 after all. All attempts to clarify the situation officially 'received growls and snarls from an uncertain figure lodged next to the telephone awaiting the final Word. ln June she finally got it. s-...M ,.,,,. agus-qswk Top: Sales manager Doug lwitchell started :L new system of dictation this year. His secretary was Debbie Sarles. Bottom: The chain gang co-ordinated for mail- ing out advertising. The review of 2,000 seniors occupied the first semester for Phyliss Varnum tstalidingl and Peggy Dickson and Joyce Grieger, senior section editors. 2 .,,,,,c ""f' , K ff up 'Li 'H-Z7 Nan.. First row, left to right: Peg Dickson, Fran Montgomery, editor, Katie Caldwell, president, Paula Haller. Second row: Ray Hilsenholi, financial advisor: Mike Fox, Professor Frank Thayer, Phil Hender- son, business manager, Professor Lester Hawks. Absent: Professor I. W. Peterson. Badger Board Organized to direct the Badger in its policies and ob- jectives, the Board is now in its 72 year of operation. It is composed of five members, elected by the student body during the spring and four faculty representatives. Members of the faculty this year were: Ray Hilsenholi, who acted as the financial advisor, Professor Frank Thayer, faculty head of the board, Professor I. VV. Peterson of the School of Commerce, and Professor Lester Hawks, publi- cations advisor. Student members were Katie Caldwell, student president of the board, Tom liupinski, Peggy Dickson and Mike lfox. Although allowed no voting powers the editor, lfran Montgomery, and the business manager, Phil Henderson, advised the board on all cur- rent problems. New innovations were passed on by the board when a colored picture was decided upon. The board also allo- cated funds for the purchase of new equipment for use of the yearbook strait. To celebrate the publishing of the seventy-second con- secutive yearbook publication, the board sponsored a ban- quet for all staii' members in the spring. Student Government First row, left to rightg Mrartlm Stewart, sc-c'1'vt:11',y: Helen Iiljllljixlll p1'vsicle11t,, Ted IX'It11'IlllOIlll, vic'e-presidmltz .Mines Remmert, trvus- urer. Second row: Robin Smith, Kay Holm, lflleanor Ristuc-n Uomnld HOHUIILII, Sully livnzies, Thomas Nvreirn. Absent: W:Lll:mc'11 Moyer, Fred Iil'2LOIl1t'l', stuclont activities advisor. WHERE THE WISCONSIN STUDENT ASSOCIATION FITS IN BOARD OF REGENTS FACULTY COMMITTEE ON STUDENT LIFE AND INTERESTS WISCONSIN STUDENT ASSOCIATION Executive Branch Legislative Branch judicial Branch Otiicers Student Senate Student Court Committees First row, left to right: D. Olsen, R J. Goldner. Second row: D. Goldberg J. Sutton. J. Solonnin, L. Tilmlvitts, R llonisky, J. Pregenzer. Absent: B Gilnizin. Student Court Student Court, the judicial brunelr of the lYisc-onsin Student Assoc-iation, was eomposed of nine judges, up- pointed by the Student Senate, and their stuff. As the Student Senate The legislative lmrzrneli of the lYism-onsin Student Asso- ciation, Student Senate, consisted of elected senators from eainpus districts, NVSA otfic-ers, and the presidents of ottieial student eourt of luw, it liezird eases involving vio- lations ot' Student Senate rules by individuzll students or by eanipus groups and organizations. ezunpus governing and speeiul interest groups, all ot' whom eooperated in serving to inerease student welfare. They were instrumental in governing student an-tivities. First row, left to right: IJ. Iillliiilllilll. VV. Meyer. J. Burt, T. Mrlrtineziu, ll. Reli- liein, J. ltennnert, M. Stewart, K Stailil. Second row: J. Guiles, G. Lew- neuu. P. liurlmridge, A. llzzdelitle, M llzzrrington, .l. VV:1lters, I.. Grossinan, lxI.15LII'I1ltlSi0I'. Third row: J. llonnliue 1 l". Krzienier, F. Clmlli, R. Marold, R. Miner, J. l'llll'Sl.OIlllt'l'g, T. Kussow, K. W liolin. Fourth row: M. Fullerton, M Pellzi, N. liztrton, ll. Trulieli, li t Smith, li. Risteen, T. Frzuitselie, D VV:igner, G. Alperovitz. 1 249 Parents' Weekend lflavh May, a weekend is set aside especially lor parents of l'nix'ersity students to 4-wine and inspvvt the plavv Wl10l't' their sons and daughters are spending nine months of vvvly year. This weelivntl is othcially known as Parents' lYc-vkentl and the motivating fort-0 lwhind this mpc-ration is the XY.S..'X. Parents' lY0ekend C'unnnittee. First row, left to right: Nant-y Hooper, llnrrit-tta llat-lig, Ann liznll. Second row: Phil ,XIltlt'l'SUI1, Kay .lo liuestor. Doug Prior, Mif'lwy Stewzmrt. Absent: lfllen Herman, Rollins Heath. Badger Block Both on the field and in the stands c'o-orflinatwl foot- lmall t'Iltl1llSlilSIl1 was prevalent this year. This sy1u'l11'm1- ization was due to the ellorts expended by thc- liadger Blovk connnittc-0, this year headed lay l'hil Lyons. The vard flipping stunts, used for the last four years, wwe, under this program, sync-hronizc-tl to the avtivities of the Illllltlllllg hand on the field. Sitting: S. Smith, P. Lyons, M. VVittig. Second row: A. Turner, li. Gm-orilwi-g, M. Toal, M. Gold- smith. U. N. Conference liar-h spring many a university student finds himself serving as a l'.N. delegate from lfinland, l"1'a11c'eorany one of the other eighty member nations as the vampus lwcolnes the sr-ene of a movk lvnited Nations C'o11fer'0lir'e. The VX cl0l1l'l'I'f'llf'C, started in the spring ol' 1056, has lmecomu :L traditional event allowing students to learn iIlU'I'IlIlil0I12ll problems through dist-ussion. W--P It is the XVS..-X. l'nit0d Nations C'onferenc'e cltjlllllllfltxl that is responsible for this big joh. This spring, delegates from twenty-tive midwestern vol- leges and universities attended. qv K, International Relations Preparations for an ext-hange exhihit with the l'niver- sity of Moscow and the eondur-ting of an all-eampus aid drive to help the Hungarians were two of the highlights of the W.S.A. International Relations Committeels projec-ts for the year. These projects are applieations of the vom- eadership and Participation The XV.S..X. Leadership and l'artit'ipation Fommittee t-onsiders its joh to keep the student hotly aware ol' the opportunities and advantages availahle for at-tive partiri- pation in the university eommunity. This year the l.. and P. committee provided training proggrams hoth for potential student leaders and for those already possessing leadership responsibilities. First tow, left to right: .I. Iiramsky, A, Thomas, 1-Imirman, J. Guilt-s. Second row: C. l"isehhaeh. G. Weissman, W. St-lnnitlt. Travel .X yen to travel and generally see the world seems to he a 1-harac-teristie ot' many a university student, so the WS. A. Travel Committee provides a travel bureau espet-ially designed for student needs. This hureau provides infor- mation on eollege tours hoth ot' the linited States and liurope for interested students. This year's eommittee elected lliek Dolhey leader. First row, left to right: Barbara Stutz, Margaret Miller, Richard Dalhey, Sue Hazclkamp. Second row: Helga Knollmuellt-r, Michael Mott, Helen Blaek, Morgie Dietseh, Solly Strohlke, Diek McCoy. mittee-'s func-tion of keeping the students aware of inter- national relations and the part they play in them. The committee also eonduc-ts a student exehange pro- gram with the l'nivc-rsity of Bonn, flermany and presents various programs on phases of international relations. First row, left to right: X. Stroingren, li. liaasch, S. Ilothman, M. Zietlaw. Second row: S. Swanson. li. Fisliman, M. Tjotlat, l.-. Mouat. ll. Hicken. Third row: C, Malinsky. Absent: li. liawitseher ll. C'rai,f:, .l, Feldstein, ll. f'omfort. S, Vlvahl. V7 Yi? '57, Human Relations l'1'11111111i11g 1111111111 l.lIld01'S18.l1fi1llg 111111 1-1111p111'111i1111 1111- 1w111111 1111111111111 g1'1111ps 1111 1-11111p11s is 11111 WS.,-X. 11111111111 11111111i1111s C11111111i111111's big j1111. This 12111, 1h11 1111111111 111' i1s 11111111111 1'11111'111'11111-11 was 11111 D11i'111-C'11'111111-11111111111111111111 p1'1111111111. T1111 1'111111111111111 111s11 1-111'1'ie11 1111 1111 i11v11s1ig111i1111 111' 11111 his1111'y 111111 1J2l1'1i1Ll'11llll11 111' p1'1111111111s 111' " 19110 1'11111s111' 111111511111 111s1-1'i111i11111i1111. First row, left to right: 11. 11l'11l10ll, Y. li11P:1111', li. Alk, B. S1'l1111i111, N. S:1111'111'11, R. .I11s111-. Second row: S, Iilblqlklx, G. 13111'11s111i11, .X. VV11i1, .L VV:1j1:1. .1. Moy. Third row: 11. 1111x11111, if S1'11i11111g1-1', Y. c'lll'I'11', F. P1111-1's1111, M. 1J1'11111111i11g. Service and Welfare The NY.S.A. xXv011'2ll'1' 1'1'11-1111-1s C'11111111i111111 11111-11111'11g11s s1111111111 p111'1i1-11111111111 ill w1111'111'11 111'11j111'1s 115' 111111111115 1'11111- pus 111'g1111iz111i1111s s11111111 i11s1i1111i1111s 111 1'111-11ix'11 p1'11j11111s 111111 i11 the 1111111111 1311111111112 111' 11111 p1'11j111-1s. This y11111' 11111 1-111111111111111 111s11 w111'111111 1111 s11v111'111 111-1ivi1i11s 111 11111 0111121111 3111111111 14Ul'c11l'1S, p1'11vi111111 11111111'111i1111111111 1111' h11s11i1111s, 111111 QQZIYK' p111's1111111 11ss1s111111111 111 111111111'111'ivi111g1111 1111i1111'1111. First row, left to right: H1111-11 111111, xv1'l'l11l, xxY1lQ.flll'l'. K111'yl Kay, 1.111111'i1'11 1111'XK'1N'Il, VV11y1111 C'111's. Sec- ond row: P111111y Hi111'k111y. S:111111'11 S1il11111111. 191-1111is VVi11, 1N1111'1'i11 11V111':11i, Sybil 1i1'l'IlS10ll. Campus Chest S1111111111s 1'111111'i11111i11g 111 h111p 111111111 811111101118 1-1111111 w1111 11111i11e the p111'p11s11 11111111111 02111117118 Ch11s1. This year, 11111 513,000 1-1111e1-11111 W11111 111 h111p s1111111111s Oll the i111er11111i1111111, 11111,i1111111, 111111 1111'111 111v111s. N1111111y First row, left to right: S1111 11111531-1'1,1111, Uy11111iz1 N111'1111'1111, 13111111111 S111'l11s, Allll W11111, 1311111111 131'11ss1-1'. Second row: 1iy1111 M111,1is1111, 111111 c112l.l'1i, P211 1111g:111, S1l2l1l'0ll NllSS1JiLllIIl. Third row: .1:111k W1111i11g, 111111111 Smith, 1iy1111 K1111w111'1,11y, 1911111 11111111112 was 1-111111'i11u1111i 111 11111 W111'111 l'11ix'111'si1y Se1'Vi1'11 111111 1he N11111111111 S1-h111111'ship SOI'V11'0 111111 11111111 for N11g1'11 Stu- 1111111s. 1,111-1111y, 111111111y was given 111 11111 l111dis1111 .1'1l'1QlldS 111' l11111r11111i1111111 S11ld0ll1S, 11111 1'11ive1'si1y Y.M.C.A. and Y.W.Ci,1X., 11111 C11111p11s Ch11s1 Sllldfxllt lQ111erge1111y 17111111 211111 11111 VV.S.A. 1111111'11111i1111:f11 11111111i1111s 1'11l1ld. r" 1 ,A First row, left to right: J. Sc-ll, P. Bur- gess, D. Hoilinaii, Di1'c'c'tcn', A. DePuc-, J. Schreiner. Second row: N. l.indc1- man, S. Urban, B. Mf'lVill, J. Lohr, J. , Slagg. Third row: J. Hutli, J. Pan- clolfi. B. Hnjicek, S. Calclwell, M. Stnuft, S, I.c-nike. 7. Public Relations The lV.S.A. Public' Relations Cfcnninittec- works to in- form the student body and create an understanding of thc purpose, func-tions and activities of student g0X'0I'IlD1CIli This job is tac'klc'd by using the tive phases of public Personnel The XYSA. Personnel Committee works to place inter- ested and qualified students on the Various VV.S.A. com- mittees. The selevticni of all chairmen and c-ommittee mittee mcmbers for special projects such as C ampus baini members is ac-c-omplished through interviews held by the xal and l rom are chosen throughout the vear First row, left to right: liarlm Kec-ne, Kay Bohn, llans Olmc-rclic-lc, Kay Jivkc-ni. Second row: Jancit Pratt, Kc-n Cluppert. Paula Rzindall, Mary Kc-licmw. Vs-rn Monigzil. Third row: Betty Tliompson, Slinron Xusslmuin, Pat liiirlniclgc-. Paula. Hallcfr. Fourth row: Dave Falstacl, Dick Sunclcfrs, .lavlc VVhiting. J Academics Proiuotiug illllllglll :uid disc'ussiou nu au-:ull-iiiic live-mluiii :uid studc-ul Viglits is the lJlll'pH?4l' lwllillll the WHA. ,Xi-zulviuim' l"1'vvclmii Cmiiiiiiiittw. The miiiiiiittvc-'s luiggest p1'diw'1 ul' tliv ywu' is the zuuiuzil .Xvurleiiiiv l'll'll04lUIll XYevk iii tlui spring. During this wwlx. spvz1luf1'sz1i'v iuvitc-ml to the 11111117115 :uid tlw1'vzi1'v puiwl dis- wussious :uid ilu- pupulzu' soupliuxvs. Ulliei' pmjec-ts sux-li us soapbox mulioiis ure livld lllI'UllQQllUlll the your. Trying to iuulw ai lu1'ggc-mul1-iiinplic-utwl l'iiivei'sity :uid its vzunpus lumilizli' to new students is the Tusk ul' tlic- WSA. New Sllltllllll llvcek Coiiiiiiittw. This ymifs WBA. Avaflviiiiv .Xl'l'ui1's Cciiiiiiiittw liud ai good inuuy irmis iu the fire as it kc-pt lmusy with its vzxrious piwjewts. Alllilllg these were iwivisioii of the fl'0sli11izui f'0l1l'SC guide, plzuuiiug review sc-ssious prior to ti-sts iu large c-ourses, :md lmmadeiiiiig the vzunpiis speaker progrzun. lvlldftl' thc c'l1z1irlm1uship of Dick Mc-yer, the coininittvv also p1'0p:11'c-cl the c-nurse guide' and did l'US02il'l'l1 and mzulv reciomineiulzitions on the l'OglSll'2lli0Il uud advisor systems. First row, left to right: D. lla-yum 4'llIllI'Ill1lll, S. ClllI'lSllLLIlSl'll. IJ. Hiililmiil, li. lil'lWYl'l'. Second row: li..C':ilclwc-ll. li. Bxtssinuii. M. l"1'eed,.l. l"c-llm-in Missing: B. l,'HlDIllIlll'1lll'll, 1NI,iNI:ittku,1NI. llultmi, J. Mclmiigliliii, .l. llidde. up First row, left to right: Mu.i'gui'vt llaiwsim, Marin- Tjoflut, .luliu 'l'jul fleit. Second row: Mzillv f'mx':i11, .lziue YVilksrm. Rvuic- lil-i'lmw standing. cziiii su-rn. ' i Seated on Hoof: Put Groimrr. Hui-i-im Irwin. .lulie XviSl1l'I'. Seated limi COIIKUV, l5:Li'ls:l.l':i llivlnziii. Dm l'lI'l'1'. Standing: lNI2iI'l2lll l"i's-1-tl Doris Fvliliimii, liurlzi. Zamlvlx lluuglzts Mitvliell, .lzuu-1 Prutl Mzirilyu lvllKll'l'S001l. Lynn Muttisrm. A salute to Dads' was given by Badger Block during the traditional football game honoring the Da-ds. Badger Block Four years ago on the campus of the University of Wis- eonsin, Badger Block was born, Since that time, the Block has attempted to fulfill its two-fold purpose: to ereate more sehool spirit at football games and to provide enter- taining eard flipping stunts. A new innovation during half-time activities at the stadium this season was a coordinated program between the Marehing Band and Badger Bloc-k. The band en- naeted the various phases of the theme of the week and the Bleek put up 1-ard stunts appropriate to the band's program. General ehairman this year was Phil Lyons, aided by Al Turner, publie relationsg Barb Greenberg, seeretaryg Marv Goldsmith, equipment: Margie Toal, designingg Molly Wittig, public-ity: and Sandy Smith, 1-ards. 255 .ws Wisconsin Previews VVisconsin Previews was started during the 1930's to build up the university around the state after a period of bad publicity. After accomplishing this goal, Previews was discontinued until 1952, at which time it was started again. The purpose of Previews is to carry to the high school students of VVisc-onsin and surrounding states the inside story ot' the university and its many phases. This is ac- complished primarily by meetings held by Preview teams in alumni homes in various cities throughout the state. Previews provides a valuable service by telling prospec- Left to right: Peter Hustings. .lo Moerschel, Ray Paul, Joan Van Buskirk, Vern Howard, Gregory lirennan, Paul Kovenoek, liaurie Pike. tive students about the university and by having them meet some of the university's most outstanding students. All the members of the Central Planning Committee and the Preview teams are selected because they are outstand- ing students and prominent in university affairs. This year's committee consisted of .loan Yan Buskirk and Vernon lloward, co-chairmeng liaurie Pike, Kladison pre- viewsg llay Paul, publicityg Gregory Brennan and Pete Hustings,holiday previewsg .Io Marie Moerschel, secretaryg and Paul liovenoek, spring trip chairman. lligh School students listened avidly while a member of the pre-viewing committee explained phases ol' university life. Intercollegiate Society Of Individualists The lntereollegiate Society of Individualists was organ- ized o11 eampus in the spring of 1956, and is afliliated with the national I.S.I. headquarters in Philadelphia. The I.S.I. is an educational organization dedicated to promoting an understanding of the philosophy of indiv- ual liberty, free-market eeonomies, private property, and limited government among eollege students. Offieers of the l.S.I, for this year were Walter Kohler, Chairman, Julius Marks, Vive-Chairman, Susan Kohler, Secretary, and .lim Hughes, Treasurer. Chairman Bette Cox and Blood Drive Chairman Julie Fender aid a doner in giving blood. First row, left to right: S. Kohler, Secretary, J. Marks, Vice- Chairman, W. Kohler, Chairman, G. Geishert, Treasurer. Second row: R.Olson, L. Olson, H. Xiethammer. P. Crowell, A. McCone, D. Crowell. Campus Red Cross Remember hearing announeements through the year like this, "Now you ean save a life. Give blood to the Campus Red Cross."'? These announeements were made hy the Campus lied Cross, an organiza- tion serving the eampus and eommunity in ways eon- sistent with the aims of the Americ-an Red Cross and the University of XVisr-onsin. Chairman Bette Cox, Blood Drive Chairman Julie Fender, and dorm blood drive ehairman said that this year's aetivities were a huge sueeess mainly he- eause of the line Cooperation on the part of the living units and their representatives, 257 Associated Women Students 'tlVomen's Confidential", which gave the faets, just the fat-ts ma'am to the women at XYiseonsin this year was a new feature ot'l'ered by the Assoc-iated Women's Student Organization. February 17 and 18 ineluded a fashion show, open to all students on eampus, a banquet honoring girls with outstanding seholastie ability and girls who were aetive in eampus aetivities, and a well known speaker. AWS again sponsored a Big Sister Program. Last year upperelass girls volunteered to serve as Hbig sistersl' to weleome the freshman girls entering in the fall. The pro- gram was designed to aid girls by giving them a personal introduetion to the university community. Another way in which AWS helped entering freshman was by publishing the VViseetiquette. This booklet gave the new people an idea of the 'WVist-onsin Way" as well as information on sueh things as extra-eurricular activities and honor societies. On November 3, House President's Fireside was held. First row, left to right: .l. Walters, C. Giessel, l-I. MeCanse, M. Har- rington, X. Christensen, J. Spear, N. Ruggles, ll. Baumann. Second row: M. Wilkins, A. Stern, V. DenDooven, J. Moersohell. l This conference ottered workshop sessions and discussion groups for woinen's house presidents and thc Adminis- trative Founcil. Connnon problems were discussed. In the spring the traditional Senior Swingout on Bascoin Ilill was sponsored hy ,PHYS It began with a morning breakfast and proceeded in the afternoon to a colorful pro- cessional, choral readings, and honor presentations. The day was cliniaxed by thc Torch Ceremony in which the new President of AVVS received the lighted torch of learn- ing passed on hy the graduating seniors. lYomcnls Administrative Council directed these produc- tions. Composed of the President, Mary Harringtong Yice-President, Nancie Fhristenscng Secretary, Elizabeth Mm-C'anseg 'l'reasurer, Lois Baunian, Chairmen of Person- nel, Activities, Publicity, and Judiciary, a representative ot' Pan-Hel, and chairmen of thc woinenls inter-dorm and independent houses, this group did an excellent job this year of providing services to andactivities for the women. Seated: Annette Stern, Barbara Lewensohn. Standing: Juanita Young, Sally Church. Sally Holmes, Joanne Walter. Sponsored by AWS, Senior Swing-out honors graduating co-eds who have achieved an outstanding position while students at the university. The selection is based upon both scholarship and ae- tivities. Left to right: Liz McCanse, Judy Olson, Sandy Smith. 259 Z , .. f L.. -EJI 1. Z' First row, left to right: S. Tuttle, B. Kirn. L. W'illi:uns, G. Farwell, J. King, G. Boylston, M. Ross. Second row: C. Yanke, J. Tabora, L. Kenworthy, K. Kuester, A. Stern, P. Race, J. Thornton, C. Zaeliow. Third row: D. Heltness, B. Hobart, K. Klivens, M. O'Brein, J. Torance, J. McDowell, B. Hundley, M. Meckleberg, S. Bartelt. Annette Stern served as president of the Pan-Hellenic Association this past year. Assisting her were Pat Race, viee-presidentg Kay Jo Kuester, secretary, and Lynn Ken- worthy, treasurer. Membership was made up of girls rep- resenting eaeh of the 15 social sororities on campus. Meetings were held each Monday, in the various chapter houses. Here the inain objectives of the group was to eo- ordinate the workings and organization of the I5 social sororities. This branched out into a varied form of ae- tivities sponsored by the group. Une of their biggest doings was the sponsoring of Pan- llell ball, held in the fall. The money earned from this danee is used for the granting of a scholarship. For this dance, each sorority nominates an "ideal sorority girl", who is presented at the Ball as the representative of her group. liach year Pan-Hel also sponsors a foreign student for a term of one school year. This year's student, Jo Tabora, lived at the Kappa Kappa Gamma house. There is a systein set up whereby each year a different sorority takes in the student. In the spring, a banquet was given in honor of HJo". Other activities included rushing, scholarships for on- eainpus girls, and the yearly local charity project. They also helped in Huinorology, the all campus skit eoinpetition. 260 Pan- Hel The Pan-Hel Ball committee: first row, left to right: S Harris, J. Beiring, C. Bloxmlorf, C. Thiele. Second row: K. Kues- ter, J. Dix, J. Stockman, S. Schleunes, B. Alk. Infer- Fraternity Council First row, left to right: R. Seifert, M. Ilusehe, W. Meisner, J. Moeller, R. Rose. Second row: J. VVe:id0ek, IJ. lfrfer, B. Reinhold, J. Burt. J. Jennet, G. liziss, J. linllos. Third row: li.. Boro, P. Brown, J. Gehi, li. Grossel, li. Fishkin, W. Bezelln, C. Seluiller, W. Fhiherty. Fourth row: D. Mueller, A. l-lentzen, H. Oberdiek, VV. Rooney, R. Patterson, D. Meyer, H. Jones, R. Kzipheini, I.. Seluild. The Interfrzlternity Assoeizition, governing hody for the thirty-six soeizll fraternities on eznnpns, has as its main fnnetion the promotion of the fraternity life nt W'iseonsin. So that it niight ezirry out this purpose with the great- est of henetit, the Interfraiternity Assoeintion was divided into three hrzinehes. The exeeutiye eonnnission, eoniposed of the four oflieers, was responsible for poliey-making and eoordination. The eongress, nnide up of representatives from all the fraternities, was the administrative hrzuieli. The jndieinl eomniission was ai fiye-nnin hoard which aeted as the legal hrzineh for the Il" Assoeizition and tried eases where iniiruetions of ll" rules had been eonnnitted during the year. The eharitzilile projeets whieh Il" sponsored this year inelnded Huniorology, the proeeeds of whieh were given to the Madison Kiddie Camp, and frziternity-sorority work days for the ehzirituhle institutions in the Madison area. Another Il" projeet was the Il"-Pan-Ilel Chorus, spon- sored jointly hy Tilll'l'l.l'2tlP1'llilj' and Pzinhelleiiie Assoeizi- tions. Other events falling under the Interfrate1'nity Asso- eizition sponsorship during the year were the Il" Traek Meet: the Pledge Presidents' ednezitionul progrznn organ- ized lwy the l'residents' Vouneil: :ind Various ziwzirds for scholarships und illll'il-ll1l1l'2ll zithleties. The offieers for the lnterfrnternity Assoeizittion were James Burt, president: Jini Jennett, yiee-presidentg James TYTIIIIIIOV, ser-retnry: and Brnee Reinhold, treasurer. 261 First row, left to right: A. Mehretu, G. Xoamesi, T. Gulilat, T. Paulos, M. Olmsi, 4 Alan J. Ixankam. Second row: D. Biratu, PI. lwuagneu, A. Adarnfxfio, A. Okon, C. Ntulxogu F. Olulmzqo, J. Aus-th. Third row: li. Quaynor, J. Olowu. J. .vXd:ulevoh, L. liar-row. K V5 ul 1 T. Kilirat. During the academic year of 1953-54 a group of students from Africa united and formed the Africa l'nion. This or- ganization's purpose is to create understanding and unity of purpose among its membersg to enlighten them about the problems of Africag and to correctly interpret Africa to the campus. Its social activities included cultural and educational programs, featuring an annual dinner at which an African dish was served. One of the most interesting projects carried out by the Africa lfnion was its project "Introducing Africa," which consisted of a series of programs including an African art exhibit, native songs and dances, and lectures on various topics. The officers for this year were: Abai N. Aluai, president: Debelme Biratu, vice-president: Tilahun Paulus, secretary: and John Adedovoh, treasurer. 262 South African Union Religion Calvary Lutheran Student Center First row, left to right: Rev. lf. VVc-ssling, A. Harrder, lf. Selmper. li. Szynizinski, T. Steiner, Second row: P. Bnrek, li. VVesolowski, T. lhlenfeld. T. Us-ring, P. Noth. Third row: ll. l.ehr. C. Sf'llllIl12l.C'll0l', .l. Meyer, Student Viezir, li. Sueltlow. The Calvary Lutheran Chapel and Student Center, sponsored by the Missouri and lViseonsin Synods of the Lutheran Chureh. is an all student Heongregzrtion." Ap- proximately 1,000 students worship there eueh Sunday, The purpose ofthe Student Center is to promote the spirit- ual, edueutional, niusieal, and soeizil life ot' the students. Une of the outstanding zietivities during the past year ineluded assistant-e in building QL Culvzu'y Lutheran Chapel and Student Center in Toronto, clillliltlil. Administrative matters are earried out by the students themselves through the Calvzwy Couneil. The oflieers for this year were: linos Sr-haper, presidentg Terry Steiner, vice-presidentg Beverly Szyinzxnski, seeretziryg Holm Snel- flow, treasurer. Their student Viezrr was .Iohn Meyer und their pastor was Rev. l'Idwzu'd Wessling. 264 7? -K 1:5 Czrlvnry liutlierzui Student Center is situated in the heart of the ezunpus area on State Street. Both ehureh serviees and 2l,t'llVlllt'S :ire eairried on here. Lutheran Student Center The Lutheran Student Association offers students an opportunity for expression of Christian faith, development of religious knowledge, and cultivation of lasting friend- ships. The tive emphases of LSA are worship, study, evan- gelism, service and recreation. James Christenson, presi- dent, James l"urstenherg, vice-president, Sue Goetz, sec- retaryg and Ralph Canswindt, treasurer were officers for the year. Activities take place in tl1e Lutheran Student Center, 228 Langdon Street. The center is maintained by the Lutheran Student Foundation in cooperation with the National Lutheran Council. Among the activities are Sun- day evening club, fall and spring retreats, or "ashrams," parties, intramural sports, study groups, graduate cluh and coffee hours. Other phases of LSA are non-credit courses in religion, Bible studies and the sixty voice Luth- eran Student Choir. The staff consists of Reverend Glenn NV. Bergstad, pastor to students, Bliss llvelyn li. Schaeffer, counselor, Miss Marion Holden, secretary, and Mr. Roh- ert Lee, choir director. .:2f"2 A Through sponsoring speakers and panel discussions a stimulating exchange of idcas was achieved at the center, On December 19 the center participated in its annual Christmas custom ot carolmg at various institutions. A choir concert was also sponsored. Located at 228 Langdon, the center houses all religious activity for the group. 265 S i . H1'11ss111-li, Ci. Gray. 11. M1111:1t. H. Nutt Hl'llSilK'I'g. Third row: R. ig1lll0l', li ciilliliill. Christian Science Crganizafion ST. Francis House 266 i First row, left to right: P. T1'i111111vl, l,. XYilli:1111s. J. Pc-:11's1111. IS, Xo1'th:111. P. Page P 111111111-k..J. f':11'ls1111. ti.XXviliiQ'. Second row: J. CNUXYII. Cl, Hl:1h11ik. G. I71'11pp1-1's, Cl. H:111sl1-r, D. VVith, Ii, H111'g1'4-:1v1's, J. I3111'Iu11, i. lW11y1'4n'k. Pl'ilfI', D. Singh-. iff. IiI'l1j.f, V. Kay, Ii. K:1y,M. II:1ll, T. VV:1itIi11g, 15.01-1-11:11-fl, li. Iiilliiily, N. CL111g.fm'1'. The C'h1'istiz111 Sl'i0IlC'l' f,Jl'gLllliZilii0ll XVOif'0ll1l'S students, i'21f'l1iij', z1l1111111i and guvsts to its wvvkly tvsti111o11y 1111101- il1gS 0il1'il 'l'l1c-sclay v1'c'11i11g. A l'0iliiiI1g 111111 study P00111 is 111z1i11tz1i11m-11 for st11cl011t use. A highlight. of this YUZLIJS a1r'tix'itiQs was IL lQm't111'0 4111 cii1I'iSiiilll SI'i0l1f'6 gi1'011 hy P21111 Stark S-Ovlvy of P01'tla11d, iJl'0g0ll. NIV. Seeley is 11 1110111hv1' of The Ch1'istiz111 SCi0ll1'Q 13021111 of In-c:t111'esi1ip. St. i'il'2lIl4'iS Housv, thc lfpism-1111111 Youth C'v111e1'. 11111 unly p1'o1'iclvs 21 plzu-0 for the Iii-1is1'opz1i st11clv11ts 011 411111- pusto1-1111ggg1'0gz1tvfo1'sm1c-i111211111 1'viigir111s z1i'i'z1i1's, hut it also p1'f,widvs i.l'l'U 1'c1r1111s for twelve i11111s0h11ys who ill l111'11 :11'v 1'osp011sil1l0 for hrmusc' 111z1i11te11z111w. 'I'l1ew1fii1'111'sfc11' this YOZII' werv: l'11t01' Hullur-k. p1'0si1lv11t 2 i'ill19I' S1-l1:1c'i'01', t1'v11s111'v1': c'i1z1plz1i11, l"z1fhv1' fic-111111 NVhiI1-: :111ri Juvk C'111'lso11 111111 i1lll'f' xviiiiilllli. scwiul 1'h:1i1'111011. First row, left to right: M. Ifllis, J. . .X. XY-1 ll. Second row: 1. H2lIlS1Jll. K. T111111, T. Lou-11, li. Hicks, li. i'1':1ttv, IJ. Voss, X. 151111111-tl. D, P11s1-I1, Ii. Tl'l1IllIll4'I'. P. B1'0w11. I-4. Wesley Foundation In thv truv spirit of t Lil llves' both old and new fricntls wvi'v XY0lt,'O1HCCl hawk 1-oiirso of thc' ymir :ill cllll'lSl'l2lll zitinosplivri to Wesley lust tall. During tht- nho sought t'vllowsliip and fun in ai i found real inviiniiigg in the worcls HWQ-slvy is 21 honic :muy from hoinof' Hogiilar weekly zivtiviticis incluclvcl at Sunday night vtist-siippcii'-pliis-pw1- grain known as lliiiti-it-Mite, curly ninrning cwiininuiiioii, Ovviiiiigg x'Qspc-rs, lt its gatlicwiiigst'o1'p1uyor of voffee hours, and inziny inforiniil ggroups, or just for fun. Coiirses wwt- ot't'm-wil hoth sviiir-stws hy lYesl0y's MSc-liool of Rciligioiif' lliggliligglits of thv yt-ii r invluded lfzill :intl Spring Spiritual y A 1 w 4 1 l,it'v ltvtiuits, Christ :incl thi' twgziiiixzitiuii l Otlir'vi's for thc- yt inns btztr Bziiiqiivts, Lil Vlivs lizill, ot' at new f'l1llI't'll :lt tho lfoiimlutimi. lair xwivz lihmlzi Smith, pifisiclviiti .llltlj'.l2ltlLllll1, Vivo-pi'vsitl0i1t:llzirilyn .lnliiismn SGt'l'0li1l'j'I lion llziiigherty, ll't'2lSllI'0l'1 tho rliix-c-tm' :incl zissovizitv clii'c-4-tw, Bob llzinnll :incl Bill C'oi'xii1tn On Sunday evenings :in Bilmlv, wats he-ld. informal service, with readings from the W VVeslGy Ftblllltlillltlll wats also at plum- tm' qiiivt i'el:LX:itimi or sttntlying Z Faith Presbyterian Student Center Food -, ' 5 X Fellowship Fun First row, left to right: W. Rogers, VV. liim-, lt.. Szuitlsttxfll., A. Uottori. J. Stage, J. 'llll0lllILS, M. Krurigr-i'. Second row: IC. li.irltlit'k, B. Phillips, W. Krouiit-n, J. Gun, li. L:zrsvn, if Mc'Chn'e, U. Lewis. M. Ansory. li. lironstlon, Third row: J. liorclon, ll. VV:Llstvn, P. .Xl- lsi'm'l11. ll. Nelson, ll. Nelson. D. Pthllltill, M. Greer. ll. lfziir. l.. Thie- llL'2l.ll, J. lironsclon, l.. Pownvll. Fourth row: T. Burney, J. Vzuim-, l". Lornitzo, li. Munson, D. ,AllllK'I'SUIl, li. lloule, P. Uaivivs, J. Reed, N. Williston. Fifth row: H. Knnotzlco, l.. Kziuctzke, C. lilzikv, C. Blake, N. lilnke, U. Yee, D. lill'llt'l'l, T. Heglvy, li. lsh:in1. N.B1ick- nc-r. li. J. lilmhers, O. Fritz, fl. ljroxrn, li. Vtiilliston. Sixth row: S. Collins. F. .lvlit-rsmi. Mrs. Collins. J. l.2ll'S01l. P. cil'1'0llK', J. Porter, J. xVl'lQ,'lll, M. Tin'- Ville. Baptist Student Center The Baptist Stutlvnt l"0llowship's parties, pirnivs, rc- trt-uts and coitee hour are for the purpose of providing :Ln zitniosphere of Clhristian fellowship whit-h will proinolv the clt-Volopment of Cliristiau leziclership. The ofiivvrs for this your were: llhilip Ciiveiie, presi- llfxllil -lilillllltx llarson, Vi1'0-president: Norinu lfordliam, sm-c'1'et1n'y: :incl Javk Porter, ll'021Slll'Cl', who were l1lld4'l the lezulorsliip of Rev. fi0Ul'g0 t'Shorty" Collins. Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship Social at-tivitios provided by the Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship are gym parties, skating parties, and formal banquets during tht- your. These :ic-tivities are designed to provide Christian fellowship for university students l l First row, left to right: .l. Pvzirson. P. C'op1-lzinml. M. llvrins. .X. lniig, X. lirivknt-r. G. Luncl. Second row: J. l'lntc'hison, C. liziwlvss, J. Mulnistvn. li. lfl-lton. D. citllllllltbll, Cf lNIt'Gt-1-, li. lil'llllI'lill0I'Sl, li. Johnson, M. Mur- ray. Third row: J. Ni-wing, IC. Peter- son, J. Kmizik, ll. fillSiILl-Still, G. llt'I'lllIl, B. Nziglvr, J. Johnson. H. lingholin, D. Caimplwll, M. llnilwregtsv, C. Tm-n l'Iyf'k. Fourth row: ll. liei11i'1't, lt.. Pork. K. Czunpln-ll, ll. lhirr, D. Cottingliziiii. T. l.in1l:Lhl, C. liivw, D. Norton, ll. Vick, li. lilUXllJ1Ill, li. Kovh. ll. Antlvrsoii, C. Ciillmc-1'tso1i, C'. Thors- sen. on an interclenoiniuationzxl basis. The offic-ers for this your wore: Dave Goldnmnn, presi- dentg Ronald Felton, vivo-pwsicleiitg and Carol Mc-Gee sec-rotmy-t1'ozisu1'e1'. 269 United Student Fellowship First row, left to right: lfnidentified C. Bzuiot, M. Meier, Unidentified, R. Przmter, IQ. Mui-win, S. Zwir-ky. Sec- ond row: P. liztndt, S. Metllxiin, M Whelan, M. liurkliaudl, D. Lieben berg. J. Albright, .I. P:unperin, I. Schmitt, N. Andei-ec-k, J. Lit-king Third row: l'nidentifietl. N. ll2l.SVI'f'TlC6 C. Kaeer, J. Guilt-s, M. Sl'llIl0f'li. J Clay, G. Booth, J. Stivtirius. B. Ray- mond. M. Hzu-hlztn, G. Fztir, S. Vooper Fourth row: R. Deflroot. IJ, Deflroot T. Mc'Czu'tl1y, P. hleili, li. Mau, D Raymond, D. Boyer, Vnidenlitietl. A Lee, B. Pratt, bl. llot-sly, .L llubbell X. Jameson, J. W'illour. Firth row: R Fuller, B. Atwood, lt.. lit-nnett, C Stahl, C. Cln'ist,ensc-n, T. Loeke, B Sebaedln, M. Anderson, ll. .Xnderson P. Perkins, M. Iiutzke, S. liutlil. Co-sponsored bythe First Congregzitionzil and Memorial Consisting of l.z1rry Schmitt, president, Sharon Fuller, livziiigelieail and Reformed Churc-hes, the l'nited Student first vice-president, Greta Deering, set-ond vice-president, lfellowsbip provides weekend work eanips, group discus- and Bob Atwood, publicity ehziirman, the exet-utive com- sions :md study for its members. mittee is the 4-oordinziting body. . Orthodox Student Fellowship Perpetuating the Orthodox faith and culture and pro- The social aetivities are organized by the ofiieers who inoting unity among all members of the faith is the purpose for this year were: T. lfilandrinos, president, V. Slessarev, of the Orthodox Student Fellowship formed in 1955 by viee-president, M. Krikelas, seeretary, and A. Ilrubules, Professor Petrovieh with aid of othertlrthodox students. treasurer. 270 First row, left to right: D. Jnnetzttos, L. Georgztl:tn, R.. Pei-los. Second row: C. Gicas, G. liusluiln, Aclvisorg T. Filfindrinos, M. Krikelais, A. Brubulis. Third row: J, Krikelns, J. lirkiell, H. Diztkon, R. Pnvieli, A. Perlos, ff Perehem. First row, left to right: Rabbi Max Ticktin, li. Specter, E.QBrody, CT. Malkin. Goldstein, E. Kuhn. Second row: B. Faber, C. lnbindcr, D. Selby, B. Peck, G. liass, S. Ansull, G. Lerner, J. Millstonc, ll. Kruehkoiif. B'nai B'ri'rl'1 Hillel Foundation r. ere'-Q' -agiziajff 'MN' . ,- ,sim ...J I if , . s Q i Fall of 1956 marked an import,ant3 event. for members of lilnai B'rit.h for they were able to move into then' new student center. The year 19513 found the Blnai Blrith Hillel lfoundation opening doors to the new building at 611 Langdon Street. The purpose of the foundation is to provide the Jewish student with a knowledge of his Jewish life through the faith, history, thought, and life patterns of his people, to enable him to more effectively share and participate in religious, cultural, and educational activities, and to give the student the opportunity to find fellowship and develop self-expression. Featured programs of the organization included presen- tation of Maurice Samuel, noted author, and Klartha Schlamme, internationally known folk singer. The pro- gram was augmented by numerous study groups on var- ious phases of Judaism as well as on the study of the Hebrew language, Also included were the Friday evening religious services and the Sunday evening dinners at which time subjects pertinent to Judaism were dis- cussed. iYith the greatly increased space and new and im- proved facilities which B'nai B'rith llillel lfoundation now has, this organization looks forward to an even greater intensification of its religious, educational and recreational programming. The otiicers for this year were: liarl Brody, president: B. J. Specter and Bernie Goldstein, vice-president, Char- lotte Malkin, secretary, Lois Levin, treasurer. 271 Y.M.C.A. First row, left to right: A. Rosso, li. Selnuupert, li. Keller, A. Benson, T. Knlish, IJ. liulilmzln, G. lg2Ll'l2l,lltl, K. ltiee, J. lJ6f911Ll0l'l,Ul', li. Stmlizin, Second row: T. Nlzmrino, li. Nzmnz, li. Antl- resen, ll. Soenzirto, R. Rathee, D, Lewis, W. lil'llg'llit'llK'l', li. Bzirroek. Third row: lt.. Hiclulgo, 0. Gonzales, C. Quiros, R. Larsen, T. lit-elle, W. lVI:Lreh, lVIrs. H. Delis, F. Fay, ll. Haugen, ll. clll00VVtJllgSl', T. Friz, K. Lewis, Cl. Geissel. Fourth row: li. Steinhorst. li. liinli, W. Page, .l. Buy. O. Okzmiki, G. Jonas, N. Gunzlji, S. lieenzin, L. Tyne, T. Mzzzzinetz, M. Olmrlsi, It Gxirens, lt.. Hzimilton, J. Holins, lt. Wiliuri, lt.. Wentlt, P. Kenley, F. Sluiclewnltl. Fifth row: K. Kosie, ll. lfvznis, P. Christtlkis, C. Tlionms, J. liuekles, R. Jones, J. Peterson, T. Ililen- lieltlt. J. l.eeliner, T. Richter, lt. Bmiiimii. D. lA'tll'l'Ill2ll1, P. Thomsen, D. Greenfield, J. Nixon C. M:Lrsl1:Lll, K. Wilson, R. Seaton, G. liingen. J Sinee l8T8 the lfniversity Y.Bl.C.A. has funetionecl for the pu1'pose of promoting and niaintztining zunong its meni- lners and other students of the campus ri sense of responsi- bility for an inc-roused understanding of the Christian philosophy in all phases of personal and social living. The Y.lXI.C'.A. works toward this end by sponsoring soeizll, religious, inter-racial and inter-rlenoininational events, cliseussion and forums, and other progrznns cle- signecl to lit the student needs and interests. The oliieers for this year were: Dnvitl Bl, XV21lSit'Il, presitlentg llolmert Johnson, Vit-9-presitlentg :intl lgl'l'llZ1l'Cl Keller, seeretzlry. First row, left to right: D. Dritlriek, R. Kunz, li. lflriekson, T. Knlisln, T. Beehe, K. Riee. Second row: M. Mf?lctLlll, T. Slllenfeldt, K. Wilson J. Defentlerfer. Third row: R. Schumpert, lixeeu- tive Seeretrlry, li. Keller, Seeretary, D. Wimlsten, Presitlenlt, li. Johnson, Vive-President, F. Fay, Seeretzwy. 272 r First row, left to right: R. Cin-1-iw, J. Johnson. J. Svnty. f'. Ralthazer, Nl. Johnson, B. Dzuro, A. Benson, R. Kinkins, l., lillililli, J. Reid, J. Kussrow, C. Hosig, R. Carey, R. Smith. Second row: J. Ahurnailn, J. Williams, D. Gray, D. Sutton, D. Vlfhito, FI. Hosig, J. Georgis, fi, Zache, VV. Holthaus, D. Daugherty, W. Elland, R. Wessenlverg, .l. Pool, E. Orton, R. Sexton, .l. Maas. Third row: D. Slagel, M. Willis, D. Harper, K, Dnvis, J. Juquith, K. Cook, F. Bassett, T. Barnes, J. Young, J. ffzirpentr-r, G. Gadow, J. Clay, C. Buley, L. Hinkins, F. Prades, E. Marshall. Fourth row: R. Sparks, G. Rogers, Bl. Gregg, R. Bennett. D. Wnugli, R. Bleyer, J. Sun, XY. YYilson. D. hlorey, G. Hedstroin, VV. Johnson, D. Nlartin, U. Eckert, L. Reinstra, V. Kreuziger, R. Paton, J. Grandine, B. Keller, D. Reasa, H. Hunter, D. Koch, lvl. Forrnali. Fifth row: R. W1lll2tlllS,1i. Bouvin, A. Boecker, R. Sauer- ossing, li. Peterson, G. Boeek, G. Rasmussen, R. Boi-ok, 0. Felton, D, Laughlin, T. King, G. Olson, F. Srhadewalcl, R. Flekstein, D Buhlrnann, R. Jacobson, D. Dzuhzly, R. Rit- lund, J. Tomei. Sixth row: D. Dahl, A. Kind. C. VVir-ker. .l. Baueh, R. Holthaus, D. Green- field, M. MeCuteheon, D. Jackish, L. Henne- men, R. Derusha. J. Christenson, B. Beavin, J. Perry, G. Daniels, P. Florniig, T. Richter, W. Nia-lson, D. Gooch, D. Meerdink, VV. Hortsch, J. Ho. .. 3 Squares Eating Co-op Beginning in 1933 and aH'iliated with Wesley Foun- dation, the Three Squares Eating Co-op's purposes are: to encourage Christian living, to lower the cost of liv- ing, to promote education and extra-c-urrirular ar-tivities. A member group of the national and international Y.W.C.A., our Y.W.C.A. has been on eampus for seventy- two years, providing a religious organization to all women students of the university. The girls plan their program This year's officers were: James Christenson, president, Edson Allen, Vice-president, Gerold Hedstrom, treasurer, Ronald Meyer, exeeutive sec-rotary, and Juanita Young recording sevretary. according to the needs of the 1-ampus. The officers for this year were: Nan Rasmussen, presi- dent, Betty Sperling, vice-president, and Donna Ander- son, sec-retary-treasurer. First row, left to right: li. Bitldivk. D. Anderson, L. Baron, N. Rasmussen, B. Sporling. Second row: A. Gusser, A. Peterson. C. J. Iffvi-nson, J. Jana, H. Shinn, J. Dix, H. Rhode. 273 .Y as E 5 24 5 2 Spf? fe, , - 9 i Q , . x i s Q ' -- f MH 6253513215 ,,,,..a,w-W 1-vsnwzsf sg 1: we M- :S Q ,- ,qwmf ' . ' ,AJR . V 'V ii Q 2 w psygfi 'lfii EE 'f ki Living Units Mike Fox 0 Editor U7 W? X First row, left to right: K. Calvi, G. Leunau, P. Pscheidt, C. Wenzel. Second row l Shipman, J. VValters, I.. Clauer. H. Steigc, E. Sunnneril, J. Hoffman, A. Church. Women's ln'rer-Hall Council The Women's Inter-Hall Council was established to bring unity and better co-operation to the co-eds living in University Residence Halls. Acting in this capacity the Council directed the activities of the girls and set up programs which would promote better friendship and understanding between the girls of the various dorms. Included in the dorms undcr the council's direction were: Slichter, Elizabeth Vliatcrs, Barnard, the Nurses' Dorm, Badger Club, and the ncwcst member of the university residence halls dormitories, Zoe Bayliss House. 276 1111111111111 1111 S11'l'1lllg C111111, l5111lg111' 011111 is 21 1-11111l1i1111- 1i1111 1J1'1111'1'1' girls' l11111s11s, S1111i1'11, 1V11l11'2lll11 1l1J112lg. 'l'l111 l11111s11s w11r11 1111111111 i11111 111111 111'g1111iz111i1111 i11 15148 11111111 11111 1111iV111'si1y 111111g111 11111111 1'1'11111 i111l11p11111l11111 11w11111's. '111111 11111111 was 111111111 113' 11111 l1lllX'1'l'S11y 111 11l'111'l' 111 1'11l111x'11 11111 11x11'1111111 sl1111'111g11 111' l11111si11g 1'111' W111111111. .-Xl1l11111g11 11111 girls li1'11 i11 11ll'1'P s11p111'11111 1111115115 11ll 11111i1' 111'1iVi1i11s 2lI'1' S11Ell'O11. 'l'w11 f111'11111ls 111'11 giv1111 llll- llllillly, 111111 i11 11111 spring 111111 11111 11111111' 111 Cl11'is111111s. I11 111l1li1i1111 11111 girls 1111111 11111111 l11111s11s 1111111 1-11111112111 g1111111s, 11111s illlil 11x1-l11111g11 1li111111rs. l11111l11i1i1111 11111 girls 11'111'11 111111111 i11 h11111111111111i11g, h11111111'- 11l11gy 111111 02111111118 1'21I'll1Vi1l. Also 1mp11r111111 Zllllflllg' f1l1'lI' 11v11111s was 1'll1l'2lll1'1' 111 '1'11111'111111111111 of Song. if G1111111 11111'1i11ip111i1111 1'1'1-1111111 11111 s11i1'i1 111 llllllj' :11111111g 11111 girls 1.111111 B111lg11r clllllb Badger Club First row, left to right: J. Knight, N. BIZHIII, R. 15111111113 X. M11111-1-. li. 1JPIl111iIl. Y. Smith, C. wr1'IlZ81, F. S11w111, M. Notz. J. l5111111i11. Second row: C. XKv2lI11'li. l.. M1'N01111, G. lii11rm1111. J. WYi0Cki, J. AI1111111, M. M11rs11, J. 1J11!SK'1l, I.. S11l1l1111gl1, 11. S1'111111ssl111'. C. Bagles, B. 1JI'llll1'l2U'f. Third row: C. L:1w11r, M. SlLXV11', li. 111119, J. Sl11s111'k. J. J11m11s. V. 1'l0S1PI'. V. K11s11, J. X1111. C. Wurtz. J. De11l11y, A. DZLY'1'I'l1. A. PI'0f'kll0NV. Fourth row: S. H111's111111m1, J. M2l1111LllS, S. Ki11c11i11, S. WiL111flDVil'11, M. S1111111-. IC. cJS1JOl'l10, R. VV11ll11s, M. Kl'lI1'g1'l', J. Grull, V. .l'1SK'1lIl0I', M. Traui1'k11, J. H111111111113 M. J1llIl11IllIl1I'k, C. K11ll111, U. Rcif. IC. H1'I'I'IIl2Lll, A. G:1111111k11, D, Gmlcwicz. Fifth row: J. Lenz, J. wV1L1'lltL'f, C. S1'l111lli11g, A. L11g11, K. Heinzc, M. T1111l11, D. Sl'llIIlii1t, M. Swic111'i1'ki, J. W11lk111'. 277 First row, left to right: R. Marshall. C. Gessert, B. DuWcll, D. Borgwardt, J. Nishimura, R Young, G. Brockway, K. Fox, N. Saevre, N. Mulligan, J. Yasukawa D. Stevens. Second rowi N. Patterson, K. Larson, R. Anton, C. Plautz, J. Voss, B. Nott, li. Kagel, A. Dorner A Deer G. Barrand, H. Takeda, D. Larson, J. Frederiksen, A. Hermann. Third row: J. Muller, J. Quall, M. Bullamore, P. Calvi, J. Ackley, K. Calvi, M. Hicks, Miss J. Allan, J. Hebeler, J. Boyd, L. Rabedeau, D. Zurfiuh, L. Bell, B. Melang. Fourth row: C. Peterson, N. Mulvaney. K. Henderson, M. Dougherty, J. Adamson, A. Gilbcrtson, R. Samuels, J. Whelan, M. Kochler, S. Hansen, A. Kohn, M. Hasse, V. Webster, S. Unferth, J. Meinholdt, K. Person, P. Vechinshi A. Miller. Fifth row: F. Chapnitsky, J. Hubbard, B. Andrews, M. Ritzke, M. Hefty J. Freeman, M. Pabich, A. Kimmcy, V. Cross, J. Molouf, V. Pochmann, P. Roche, G. Jones, P. Proksch, K. Overmany, L. Palmer, J. Myers, A. Lawrence. Sixth row: J. Bardcen, A. Kundman, M. Drummy, M. Jensen, L. Deneen, K. Stahnke. L. Jenkins, K. Daniels, D. Milestone, S. Baird, P. Madcr, B. Plautz, S. Youell. lfl. Altman, J. Schnaitter, B. Bronoel. N. Loken, C. Minshall. Barnard Hall Kay Calvi served as president of Barnard Hall this year. Assisting her were Jan Murdock, vice-president, Lorna Bell, secretary, Joan Ackley, treasurer, and Lois Rabedeau, judicial chairman. Other chairmenships were lilled by: Pat Calvi, social chairman, .Ioan Boyd, activ- ities chairmang and Jessie Allan, head resident. Prominent members included Dotty Zurfluh, Crucible, and Gail Barrand and Eileen Hunzinger, Mortorboard. Due to Chadbourne being torn down, 168 girls lived here this year, and while 111ost were from Wisconsin, some came from as far as Hawaii and Norway. Social activities included the Barnard-Mack house card party, teas after the football games, faculty teas, and the l'll'CSl1Il13,11 banquet. They also had an open house and a Mother's week-end. Other fun came from floor parties alld open door nights. 278 Christmas formals meant decorating for the artistic members of Barnard Hall. ! First row, left to right: B. lfaude. J. Kramshy, M. Chang, R. Smith, M. Reid, P. Gunan, M Pfister, K. Christainson, A. Norman, V. Uenllooven, M. Stewart. Second row: C. liueekert D. Nichols, M. Hive, U. Windorf, B. Harris, C. Butman, J. Walter, M. Meyer, K. Haney J. Henningfield, J. O'Connor, K. J0l'II12ltI1, S. O'Leary. J. Mickelson, J. Scheer. Third row S. Frostmain, S. Maloney, P. Gertz, IC. Sonia. K. Tourigay, R. Melseh. S. Brown, M. Stauit M. Volkman, A. Davison, G. Glassel, J. Jersik, S. liruns. J. Goldsworthy. C. Washburn, D Bramer. Fourth row: M. Felton, M. Miller, K. Minke. L. Geyer, M. Lindvid, A. Lee, J Kreeklow, J. Nelson, C. Sather, J. Griffin, A. Dressler, V. Volkman. C. lvteeh. N. Soehler. C. Christenson, M. Liu. Fifth row: E. Shear, K. Kelsey, M. Laun, li. Dehring, J. Sehaleben. L. Schwigler, J. Hanson, J. Bogart, M. Jones, A. Holzer, A. Otjen. M. Reisewitz, I. Lilli quist, B. Brizinski, B. Mohrer, C. Lepinski. Sixth row: C. Dupis, li. Sehwartlos, J. Gutjahr M. Behrens. S. Froberg. J. Ball, S. Lowell, B. Ludden, B. Pawlieki, R. Budzinslii, D. Willii M. Stavik, S. Weaver. J. May, Gerrits. Seventh row: K. Van Epps, M. Marold, M. Sc-hu maker, L. Jenkins. K. Knapp. L. Primeau, D. Czarneeki. C. Bueholz. T. Rosenheimer. J Skogg. G. Meyer, M. Kavalowkas, C. Maellonald, J. Hotmar, B. Mateieka, S. Huddleston, M. Bullaruore. Elizabeth Waters Elizabeth Wvaters, the largest women's dormitory on the eampus, this year expanded its eapaeity to hold an extra two hundred girls due to the housing shortage. The dorm, eonstrueted as a VVPA projeet during the sec-ond world war, originally housed live-hundred girls. .Xetivities were a prominent feature of the soeial ealen- dar for Liz girls. They participated in homer-oming, eam- pus earnival and humorology. In addition open houses, fam-ulty teas and ext-hange dinners were held. Seholastie 2lt'i1iGVUIl1t'lliS were also stressed. The dorm maintained exam tiles and arranged inter-dorm tutoring. Administrative heads for the Liz girls this year were Mrs. Julia llill and Xliss li. Bone. Both women guided the girls and assisted them with their prolmlems. Liz girls elustered around the piano to join in singing s soon as quiet hours were over. 2 First row, left to right: fl. IIILIIIIIIKW. C'. IMII1. IJ, I'IIfI1'Ull, Cf Mill:-r.-I. BIILVSIIUII, N.SI4'IlI1i'IlSOIl. Ii,fiI'1lIl4'I. I.. Nm-lsun. I'I.SllIllII1l'I'II. M. Ilziyclvn Ii. Rulwris, M. Iil111Iil'I. T. Stmllplstzul. .I. Bfb4JIll'. IC. Yl'IIl'l'. Second row: If. Hvisf. Ii. Sf'I'IIPIll'I'. IJ. Stl'IIlIlHI.l'I'. CI. I'II'1IIH2lllIl. N. MUVI4-11s1'11 G. Mvllmrg. IJ. I'I1'ic'ksu11. .I. PfI:mz, .X. Iiimlwl, M. Imv. .I. .XmIm'1'so11. Ii. 1211114-rt, S. Stillmzm. IJ. XYIllfI'0j'. Ii. i'I1z1sc-, S. Mr'K'um-. Third row I IIoI'fm-um I Yiwu Ill I' Iiutrim I, I-Iimllcx IJ Iiulllmmtf I' Iflll ' Y ' ' ' ' . .. ,.. . 2 1: , . -' ': , . -Q . - f.. ' ss. S. Ixzmrlm. -I.5lll'i1lS, Ii. Iwi-rw, IC. Rm-InI10Iz, .I. Ilrzssf-Irurm. .I. Smith , 1 1' - - - I. Staley, Ii. Clrifhtli. .I. Iixnlw. Fourth row: S. I':Lc'I14-Isky, if C7m'Ic-tt, if Iiuwf-. S. SIt'll1IDf'l'g. IJ. Iiuvhl. II. lie-rn. M. IiI'IlIN'I'LZ, P, Yolkrnam II. I.wQ, I.. Iinlml, I.. Iil'mx'11. Ii. iN1:1Im11', S. NUISUII. S. Zm-llm-r. KI. I'r:i1'wif'I1, IU. XVI-iss. Fifth row: IS. Yllllsflllll, KI. .X. I":LI1I, .I. lIr'C'l1II0L1gI1 U. Mvcfltzs-ill, II. I5i01'W:1g1c-ll. BI. XYIlIIL'I'XYUI'TIl. .I. I.:1Iw. S. .XIlI'l'IlS. VI. .Xr1rIc-1'su11. P, Iiuvx. D. Stn-ill. S. IQIIIUISUII. KI. .X. I.llKIWig. M. Mntxkc- Sixth row: Ii. Circ-gg, .I. fic-Vrits. .I. II:msnm. C. Sc-I1i1II:1gv1'. P. I.l'UllI12i.I'iIT. Ii. Iizirusc-y. Ii. IIic'Iw11..I.C'ln'ist1'z1s1'n..I.Pc-iffvr. Ii. .Ium-s, M. II:u'mo11 I'. IJ1lItOIl. Ii. C'I:u's0n, Ii. ICir'l1mm11l, I.. Ilmpf-1'. IC. Iii-rr. First row, left to right: I., Sinclair. I.. I'I1!I'l'0XV, .X. I51-lzvr, M. Sp:u1glm'. V. KIVUIIIII. Second row: M. Hrmkv. I'. Yzarm-, M. Krikc-Ins, M. Moy llmlc-V. II. fIIlIll'II, I.. f'I:111vl'. I.. CIC'l'4'IlIIlI. I.. lizlrqllrirrlt, I. I'1'i:1n, .X. SIIIIDIIIIIII. M. IJ:l,vis. S. Cory, N. ISIIVOS, S. I.ZlIlLfIl0i'K'I'. .I. I.f1I1I', .I. BIPIQIIIIZUI NI. Pvt1'if'I1. X. IIiIl. Third row: S. Ilrnnsun. if ficwtsvll. CI. .X4I:1ms, ID. II:1sse-111mg Ii. Iiimlmll. I". Gm'si4-:1. Ii. Minh. .I. Ivl'IH'Il. M. Milli-1' XI S I mil Y YY il xv ' I I ' ' f " ' A ,.c'1f . :Ls sl flu, .I. Iizuluuum, .I. I,Il'iI'lf'Il, P. XXl'l'IlllQ.,, I7. .I:11wI:1Ins. M, XX IIIIILIIIS. M. S11-III-11. Fourth row: .I. II:m:I:1II, M Iinmlow I NI. Klvvv. I.. Inplu-. S. I.llIil'IlS. .I. O'Ii4-1-tk-, S. lim-nk, .I. .XIl:rr1:1. .I. UIsf'I11-fslu-. Ii. II:rym-, D. I,fN'IlIIIlIlI1. CI. M:1Iw. G. .xIlIIl'!'SUI1, X.'xyI1'g2LIIlI , , .. , , . . . , . Sl:LficfIcI. Ii. IiI'4'IlZi'I, .I. VMIHI, II. I' 1':1,Vl1I4. Fifth row: IW. Imlnlwr, Ix: .IUIIN-n. S, I.fmg, .X.StrwIIi11g. C'. Iilsv, M. Sins, IC. Nj'LfI'0Il, A. Nu1'rIIuy K . I':u-klzim. Ii. IIC'I'I1I1lIlS1lll, M. Imil, lx. -Il1i'Ii1'IIl. II. SK'Il2lIil'I', M. IXPUIIIIII. .I. Hrmlptrm. IS. xyl'I'Ill'I', N. Smith. IS. VK'iIIi:xms. Sixth row: M Smith. .I. Iiurr-mrs. Ii. 'I'I1m11psm1. Ii, Iilum. T. Muilic-xx, Ii. fIIlj'l'I'. Y. .XmoI4I. .X. Iiusm-. S. I.:u'lum'if-z. .I. I'II't'1It'I'Il'I'i. Ii, Iivrr. M. I7ivIsc'I1. .I IJ II X IS J . " : ' . r . xr : Q s. .Stl vs, .I. IIZlI'0IlSf'IlI'I'. Ix. SXYIIII. if .XtIi1r1su11. .I. IFIIYIIISIJII, Ii. XVI-11111-r'I1i. I7. I.:1mIsIi1'o11. Imw.IS.Ii11II. Seventh row: . uyvs. :LIxIw,.I. II1iIIips,.I. IIK'IlS1'Il4'I, M. Pk'it'I'SHIl.-I. Y:1mI1-l'I11rmIv11..I. I'IIIlIlIllll'I. S. IiIllLII'0Sl'. Y.Cl1111tIwr IS Iimilincit S IYIIIIIII 0 "I ' Y ' First row, left to right: K. Nz-lsun. K. Klvtzion, N. IxilII'IIl'l'. Ii. Pryor, II. JI-ns:-n, J. I.:u'Iu-, P. Psc-Iwidt, I". -IPILIICVSUII, ID. II:n'twig. Y. C'In'isl1-n sen. J. .Xc'o1nl:, M. I'iIlg.fSI11iI. II. Iiuun, IJ. Bm-Il, IS. I.:u'kin. J. Sf'IlXYiiI'Z. J. Sr'ln'owIm'. Second row: .X. Ilvvrxvvstm-1'. IS. 'I'I1im-If-. ID, Olson. I'Izn'lu-I, H. Solvy. Ii. .loI1nson. IS. H:n'riso11. M, VYoocIw:n'rI, P. IAIIIKP, J. I5IoorI. .X. ISIN-Ia. I.. Pm-Iislu-k. IJ. Ilroiry. S. AnrIvrsm1. IJ. Pnlinqnist Ii. Ilolrinson. Third row: J. Ilfwsly. IJ. Cil'Zlll. P. Krivitz. C. Mugnnssm-n, N. Sr'luovnoI't'. I.. AIHIIIIIISOII. K. Nov. IJ, Nvllvllfvlcit. if Zzxga-:'. Ii I'IILSI.IIl!IIl, II. Paulson, II. I'IIIIll'l', S. Turmrr, M. SCIIZLII-I'l', C'. Rolwllo. Fourth row: J. Millvr, IS. Iiolfnulrl. IJ. Mf'I1IIl12l.S, R. Iluldcn, S. SIIOVIIIIIII G. Clutzler, J. Lion:-. K. Tlmonlpson, I.. IJresr'Iu-r. J. Svltxvr. J. VIIIIVIJPX. Ii. IIUIIIIIII. J. Iillillglmm-, Y. Sc'Ir:nz-I'vr. Y. Spomkuwslci. N. IXIUZICIIIIIII Ii, SUIIIIIIUIIUSIQIIIHIJ. Fifth row: I.. Svctl-I4It. N. Bock. II. Getzc-I. T. Roxknlns. Ii. Stein. J. Polisky. IS. Stntz. K. Kingm-lvr. J. Mr'IJo11zI.I1I. IJ Lovstzxci, BI. IillfICI'N'fNliI, H. Sliripko, K. Sf'Illll'IIIl'XYIlllI, J. Yintfrn. KI. II11ssvII. Ii. FI:1tI1. Sixth row: J. Hood. C. IIIIIISUII, Ii. Iirlhais, X Frimlnlzxn, M. Perkins, M. M1lmIsc'I1:1r-1', N. VYI-Instock. J. VVy:1tt. Ii. Xornlzin. II. Hiillgilll. Ii. I'IIlIVf'I'SOIl, S. Sumlstrom, S. Iiovlllkm-. M. H1-4 tonslvin. M, PI'Il'SfPI'. II. Ij04'I'S4'Il. I., Iinppr-I. First row, left to right: J. Iintm-s. P. Ihmttsr-Imll, K. Ifitzgga-1':zIml. IC. C'Ix:unIn-rs. M. Givlulc-1'. X. Iiulnilton. .X. CIIlllI'K'Il. J. IiI'I'I'Y. M. II11IvIm:u'1l IJ. Stzmlal, J. Yrnnish. M. Iivnson. P. IiIlIIIl2l.Z01', J. STI'iIlIPI'l'I'IN.'I'. Second row: J. IIIISSPIIIIIIII, Ii. IA'IISOIIll'. V. GI-rvnis. If Pc-tc-rson, II. Xivk D. i,l'C'f.Ul0. M. Iizmnvln, J. TIIIOIIIIJSIJII, Ii. C'oIvin, M. Svlnwl, S. I.:u1cIig, K. I5vc'Iu-V, Ii. Iic-Ivollis. .-X. IJIISIIPIQ. Third row: I, Sanlva-sc-n, J. I..vroux N. Sc-ilwrt, Ii. Gibbs. C. Hahn, K. VVviss. J. S:Lilwrlic'I1, S. Stz'vI1low, B. NIVQIZIIIII. J. Sc'I1i1'n1:m.ng, S. IIIIIIHIIUIP. K. I"1'itsr'I10. II. Gillnruu, J. VV:LI4I mam. Fourth row: P, AIICIVIIS. Ii, IAIIIKIQIIISI. I.. FISIl!'I'. P. Krnvl, M. II:LIIun:1n. IJ. C':1l4IwQII. M. Gevlwr. G. Iirulcintx. IS. Knvnxi. J. Zinn K. N1-Ison. P. I5:u'dzw-n, P. Yic-km-ry. M. I,iLSL'UI'. Fifth row: X. ISIIIIK, .X. YYiIson, J. Gibson, C fiI'lll'Il, IS. Kuglitsvlu, II. IiI'IlI'Illg, S. Iic,-111-kfl II. Hivks, H. C'o11gc-V, G. C'zzsIv1', M. IIUI-I-IIHLII, J. Ii2'LI'II4'l'Il, B. lim-Inn. Sixth row: J. Kristy, J. II:wsc-, .X. Milligan, J. I'IV2II1SOIl, Ii. cillI'II2I,. II Fouls, IC. F:LIingc'1', S. Links. II. Iillillllilllll. C. Zvlloov. S. HIlIllX'IllI1CI. Cf IiIll'0Il, S. Frzmnk, C. Kopp. P. Y:LnNvss. K ..., YI' First row, left to right: D. lluuvll. M, Davis. Amlvosirz L, Nelson. G, Ibm-ring. Second row: M. Stcwaxrt, B. H111-nxi, L. ciiIl.l1l'I', N. Smith, I-I. i'ilLiiiIlgCI'. Third row: .X. Shipnmrl. IC. SllIl1IllL'I'ii. .X. c'i1lll'i'lI, J. Wmits ia, lx. Staff i'i1'itSlfhl'. Executive Council First row, left to right: B. liulu-1-tsml, .I. .Xt'lJI1li7, Second row: K. Hum-y, IC. Bmw, Xirs, .IA Hi Ste-Og:-, J. Bc-r1'y. Third row: M. Hazywlvn, I. l'I'iIl.Il, B. Hzirris. M. Davis. First row, left to right: D. Van Stratton, P. Trantow, Miss Siewert, li. Horian, F. lirickson. S. Knutson. Second row: J. Treiehel. J. Kramer, M. Stellick, D. William, B. Heinrichs, S. Calvert, M. Stellmacher, J. Chapman. Third row: M. Green, P. Steinicli, J. Klinner. J. Kelsey, R. Durocher, M. Braun, S. Christensen, M. DeWit.t, S. Silverness, B. Kocster, L. Arnoson. Fourth row: J. Morgan, L. Stodola, C. Rempert, C. Zimmerman, li. Elmer, S. Danielson, J. Campbell, J. Berent, B. Skeris. Fifth row: K. Keithley. C. Stowers, M. Scliwam, P. Kiraly, C. Hoff. G. Williams, X. Golen, A. Schulz. S. Perrin, M. Matoska, G. Kreutzer. Ou Sunday evenings Zoe Bayliss was :always the site of song fests. Zoe Bayliss House Zoe Bayliss House, which is one of the newer women's dorms on campus, was opened for occupancy only two years ago. Designed to accommodate fifty women stu- dents, the dorm was again operated under the guidance of the faculty committee and the division of residence halls. The women students living in the house are selected for residence entirely on the basis of their individual scholar- ship, needs, and worthiness. Under the direction of the dorm's social chairman a full social schedule was planned. Among the house's activities were a spring open house and a party held jointly wil h the men's dorm, Schreiner House. This year's officers are lClinor Borian, president: lithel Erickson, vice-president: Sandra Knutson, secretary, and Pamela 'l'rantow, treasurer. 283 First row, left to right: N. Rasmussen, X. Ford, BI. Carlson, D. Alexander, N. Besserdick, E. Zolt, R. Garens. Second row: lf. Custer, NI. Werling, A. McFarlane, D. Vukcevich. E. Rankin. M. Callaghan, J. Jackson, M. Gray, M. Weigel. Third row: S. Imig, M. Ellison, J. Durspek, M. Derr, M. Tcske, A. Hurtig, S. Sorden, M. Marthaler, C. Pagel, M. Stcrm, J. Nordbeck, J. Wobig. J. Seward. Fourth row: M. Van Zanten, C. Eiche, K. Thompson, D. Weeks, K. Delionge, D. Winter, J. Radtkc, J. Paugh, S. Jorgonsen, S. Sollenbarger, J. Matousek, D. Hembre, J. Bruce. Nurses' Dorm One of the aims of the Yniversity Nurses' Dorm is to combine the rigorous academic life of the student nurse and the gay social life desired by every college girl. This was done very successfully by the dorm in the 19513-57 school year. Among their social activities were a fall open house, their annual Christmas formal, participating in prom queen skits. The members of the Nurses' dorm were also active in Winter Week, Campus Carnival and are noted for the originality of their Homecoming decorations. Elected as the dormls officers for this year were Ruth Garens, president, Marilyn Werling, vice-president, Diane Roberts, secretary: June ltedtke, treasurerg Sally Morey, social Chairman: Doreen lVinter, judicial chairman. Class representatives were Kathy liiche, and Mary Weigel. 284 Stildy breaks found thc girls from thc Nurses' Dorm with their minds still on the books but the book was Gort-n's on bridge. Il rf rs.. sr f"F.a 1i X W W J F si. .1 J - E J . First row, left to right: C. lli-iilrloiu. C. liurr, G. NN ilteiilmr-rg, J. Vain lfpps, G. l.l'WIlILll. M. Ylilson. Cl. Spvitz, I, Si'llI'0l1l0I'. I". Silllllllillli Sei ond row: IS. l'1'l'c:r, S. BIf'l,ZI,lll0l. li. Svliridt. S. liiqiw, K. liussvll, li. linsimissmi, lf. Stnrnl, B. linki-r, Sm-lling. Third row: l.. Iiulmlo T. Powvrs, Vain VVilli,-:gc-ii, li. lklonsvn. li. VVolf, M. VVilsing, l". Mnzxss. S. liclmmls, F. Poplml. Fourth row: U. Bissell, .L Reeves, C. Alli J. Szunlivlsoll, P. J. lloltor, K. Zimmc-rinaui, M. Wittig, F. Andrews. J. VVzLldr0n, M. lW0i4'1'. . Bierman Gavin ln its fifth yn-:ir as ai j1lI'lSiCl0l'Ill, Slir'-htvr llall is lllllflllil M.ll..X. Slivhtvr girls vain he found on vu1'iuus c-rmininittvf in that the girls are members of the Mvifs Halls Asso- within tho M.ll..X. as we-ll as on Kl.H.A. Cabinet. The ciation. Slichtvr was originally 11 IHCIKS dorm and elven too, Slivhter Il10Il1lJ6I'S wi-rv found working in the Kl.H..4 when it lxecaiiw ii wouwnls dorm, it I'9I11L1lllNl ai part of the Store: ut lVMl'l.X, and in othvr zivtivitivs. First row, left to right: K. Bi-aidlo, D. liuhofi. J. Cowley, M. Hitzkc, l. Gzilwiolsmi, H. Gumlfrey, li. Jzivkowitz, M. Pflllllillifll, P. G01-iz, lN llahlkc-, J. Heil. Second row: Nl. KfJllSlIlI1ilIllKllJIl, K. Fairris. J. Hindmwnziri, N. Pozorski, J. Merrill. K. Sizor, M. Fink, C. Gchriug. IJ. Rim thun, M. lllieinvk, l. Saiidvnld. Third row: J. Vain Epps. S. Mc'l":irl:Lne, K. llulvorsen. A. liusvli, li. Haisluw, K. Alpvrt, ll. Kir1'lim:in. 1 Filler, li. Lvinkv, S. Burr, G. lfishor, M. M0.Xrtlmur. Fourth row: J. Stivzirius, J. Duval, li. Clollnivk, C. Bufliv, li. F1't?lItll'I1lJ01'g, li. VW-is, l Korth. S. Haifllvr, S. Prom. M. Peterson. S. Hzinsvn. First row, left to right: M. '1'1'11111.11', if NI1'c1E'l'. .I. 11:1pp111, 11. .xll11t'1, N. Cl:1j1111's11i. S ,xI1l1N, Ii. S1l'K'1lC'I'. 11. 11111-slw, P. 1'111111111s. .I. 1I:1111s. Sec ond row! BI. .XS1l11I'1'llI1l'I'. M. I,111x1i1-. X. .Xl'l'Il1. S. T111111, 11. '1'111i1'11, S. N1-IZ1-1, II. IV1111g, I.. H1111111g1. KI. 311111, KI. 1i1111x. 11. C11':1v1-S. Third row: S. 11111111, fl. 11:11's11:111, M. .I:111x1-11, M. S1-11111111-1'11r1', 11. 1'II'll1l11llQJ,', .I. I'J1'111111, 17. Cillfltilllilll. 11. 1i!l1'I'l'1ll'I', .X. .X110IJlx11'I', Y. H2lI'I'1l'l'11'11, M S111111111-1'v11111. Fourth row: S. VV111111-1111111111 C. S1'1lll11'. 15. Y:111111-1'v111't. if i11C't11'I', IJ. I.i111z11. C. IW1-rt, S. X111'111s, N. X1-w111g. M. 111-111'1'11s. .I " 11111 Ii 1111111 Goldberg Lueclke 1111111 1111'111'111:11 party 111 N11x'1111111111' 111-151111 11115 j'1'2lI'1S Cl111'z111111111 1,1'11':111:111, Il1'l'S1l1l'Il1. :11111 .I:1111- .1111-IQS1111. V111- s111'1:11 :11'11Y1l11's 1111' 1111- 111111. 1'IU1111XY1Ilg 1':111111 11111 S111'11'1111' p1'11s1111'11l, 11111 11111 S111'1l1K'I' W111111111 11lI'11l1g.f1I 1-11111111111I11111 1'Il11'1lli11 111 1'11l11'11z11'y. 1111- 1'I2l1'l111j' 111021 111 X1Il1'1'11. 111111 1111- 111 1111111111'11111111g1 11111-111':1111111s. KIZIIIIIIIIS 1':11'111x':11, 111111 1111 S11111111' SXY1IlgI1lll1 111 Huy I'l1l1lll11'11 11111 11l1' s1111iz11 1':11111111111'. '1'11111'11:1111e11I 111' S11112. 111111121 111111 111 :111. First row, left to right: M. 1iI'llCQ.Il'I'. N. S1111-111. V. S1'11:11A111. If. I.1w1'1'111'1s. S. 1D:1111I1111-1111-1'. S. 1i11w1111111111, 17. Y:111 yX1i1il'I'l'Il, S. 1411111:111g111'. .I M11111-1111111'11, CI. l,l'l'1i. Ii, 151111 Second row: II. 1C1111111'. P. .X1'1111111. S. Y111':111, C'. Ii11lwi1z,.I. 1i1':11't, C'.W11Qi11g. I.. 111111. if .X1P1'I1t1I'1l11l. 111. -IIIIILL .I. K111-11, .I. S1-l11'111111111', N. 1,11111g1':111. Third row: .I. 1'It1:11-111-11. S. 1'I11111, S. 11ILllIllLI2ll'1lll'1', .X. 11y:111. 11. H1111111. '1'. 1,1-1-, S, 1111y11-. X. NY111Qf1 IJ, 1,1-V111, 11. 1,111l1g11111, .I. 1"1'11111'i1'14s1111. Fourth row: N. 11111'11, G. '1'1':1:ls. X. Iiilm-, Ii. 1i11s111'11, 15, Xi1'11111s, K. 1X1l'11lSI10I'. S. S11':11I1111, If. 1'1st1111 li111111X111 P ' . - ,1 . 'lg ', .I. :111s1, 1. Pi11111'y. I First row, leftlto right: V. C'orlvtt, J. H1-il. IC. Iluxlxikor. J. V:u1Str:1t1-n. C'.Sr'holli11g, Ii. Yfiitl. Second row: I.. Iirllwclozui, L. Qllilllifll li. Kuvnzi M. -ll'IlSt'Il, C. WY-11201 J. lY:ml. Not pictured: G. liltl'I'IlI1ll. Cl. Mn-lln-rg. B. Brviizvl, Mrs. J. Hill. Eta Kappa Lambda Slichter Hall Chorus Svx'm'z1l years 2121! l'll2l lizippa .lillllllllil was fouudecl as :111 Slic-htm' C'l1o1'l1s again 1-oinplvtvcl il sL1c'c'0ssl'11l yr-ur. With l1m1o1':u'y sorority xvhivli l'0f'rmg11izc'cl UlllSl2lllfllI1g girls liv- Dawim l'lllllt'!' us the czlpulmlv illI'04'f0I' zmcl .lame lilwrl as ing in llIllVP1'Sily opwzxtvcl clol'111itol'ic-s. Sc-rving in this the fu'm-ollipullist, the lllllSil'2ll group pz1i'lic'ip:m-cl in the 1'21172lI'lly, Il10ll1l70l'S wmkc-il to unify the um-Iivities of the 'llOlll'll8Il1C'lll of Song, SZLIIQQ fm' the M.II.,X. l'i0I'lIl2ll, amd clorms with rhosv of thc- wuuplis as 21 wllulv. gave El C'l11'istmz1s l'Olli'l'l'l with tho M.H..X. C'l1o1'us. First row, left to right: I.. Iii-ll. M. Wilsing, J. Stivnrius. H. ,Mull-I, .l. Nlvmill, li. Iluslow. A. Rusc-lm. IJ, lilxniw. Second row: .l. lilwrt, G, Fislii-1', J Duvznll, l., ,XI'i'Ill. P Pc-rkins, H. l'1I'llllll11g'. C. Biuliv. M. BIK'.xl'll1llI', K. Sim-V, li. Vlvolf. J A ,. ., 7, I , .,. I f . , - - v I 'ga K ' ji 5 3 1 iw 'Iwi' X f 7 , . ,, ,. Wifi! ' J ff M. .v ' . 1- H?fw.i..5nvi2tfi.3r,MaQWM !.W ., 11.3 Q Ll' I WH! First row, left to right: I". VV1-stpl1:1l. M. Bzwkiis, M. l.:111g1c1, U. Cook, T. Iirissvtt, A. liingiss. Y. :hl'I'llIl1til't'. Il. Slmpiro, G, Mzitlim-11s, W. Dog- 11t'1'. Second row: C. liuthl, IJ. Maiirvt, If. II:11111111-1', .X. Jc111il4, H. Ott, ID. ciI'2lIliJI'I'g'. R. VVc1stpl1z1l. G. Ilill. A. .htiIl1Illili'itl. J. Hc1tt'111f111. T. Kim. Third row: T. Mt11'1'o1x', X. fiiiltftitxll, J111111itlvs. J. II:11'1'is. li. Hitc'l1h11'. T. fiI'l'OIll'. Cl. Rc1hI1ei11, R. l5ol:1111l. lf. Olson. Fourth row: J. Kon- ItI'Siii. C. Hivks. if, ilzmgt-1'11p, li. limicilc. H. Prvll. li. Mf11'1'is. D. Bvior. lf. VV:1lti111:111, U. Kiikzl. Fifth row: R. XIz11'q11z11'dt, R. Iiuwulslii. Ct. JtJilitIlIlt,'Q. R. ZU1'Il1llkEili4'Il, VV. Zivglexy R. Mj:1:111t-s. IJ. ViJI't'IJt0XY. J. .X11cl111As1111, IJ, Ziic-155140. Bashford Botkin ttllt' of the highlights ut I3z1si1ford Iiousc' this your was The Illlxll of Botkin say that thc purpose of their houst- tho11111111111'tII1111'11ii1111 i,2lI'tyiJNVi1if'il was hold ill Hay. .Xt is tu p1'c1x'icl0 sleeping. stuclyiiigg. z111d vard playing 41112112 this the 111911 111111 thvii' flutes Worr- attirocl ill 11:1ti1'0 vos- tors for fifty-three 1111i1'm-1'sity lllilit' st11d011ts. Thr- house TIIIIIPS and 11414-or'11tio11s wv1'v i11 a IIz1w11ii:111 Illlltiilii. The has its r111'11 11vwspapc11'. 'tThv Iiotkin Bull Siu-vt," which hoiisv 1'o1111dc-cl out its at-tivity sviwdlilv by pz11'tit'ipatio11 is ill its t'o111'th year. Iiousv pzirtivs, sum-h :is ".X1'tists ill ti0I'II1 i11t1'z1111111'z1ls. and KIc1c10ls," w01'0v11joyvcl by the residents 111111 dates. First row, left to right: li. Z11t':1ll. J. Hi'1'ZiJt'I'1I,, G. Slvttvlxiiimi. P. L21l1C1'. T. fJl1iVt'I', IJ. I,i11cig1'u11, VV. H111'll111tt. I.. T1-ttvr. J. Hxmsc-h. IJ. Stoiun if Rcfps11I11e1'. Second row: D. Viiitte. G. Olson. J. D11t'1'y. .X. Iizwopoiilos. T. 13:11-hlt-1', K, hvili. X. B111'111t-istc-1'. Cf cJill'iStiiL11SU11, G. Mm-I1lg:1:11'1l, P, Hiidurov. Third row: IS. Rc1i11kv. J. F1'c1111'l1. J. ililllilxii li. Fc11'i1ish. D. Tilll'ttIll'I'. R. Patek, F, F11stl:'l. li. Nc-lsmi. N. G1'i111111, M. R11ti11lpl1, Ii. SK'i1l'0i-'KTPII Fourth row: IC. TTlLi1I1..J. Gillw1'ts1111. li. lic-i11s. R..Iz111g. Ii.St1-i11I1:11-tlt. U. Sh:111z-. V. G11st:1t'st111. J. Pi0!'StJIl. B. Ht'l1ti1. ii. Xvilllti- SI'illlC'ilTC'I'. First row, left to right: II. IiI'21l1iIi1'ZLIll4'l', .I. SIIUIJIIIWI, Ii, IY:1IIu-1'. IC. S11-igvI111:11111, Il. Bc-11114-1', VV. xXvI1'SIl0I', H. .I:11'uI1s, Ii. I.114Ik0y. fl. Zaskv G.G:1111I1. II. G:11'1'is1111. Ii. CIIIIIS. J. Jviix, P. HIM-1'1. Second row: J. Iilivlilw. M. Ilvilz, Ii.Sf'I1iIIe-1111111, .I. IIf1sei11I1:111111. Il. II:111su11. J. M1-I'I:1Iv KI. IY1i114IIi11g. J. Iiit11'if'I1. .I. Y:1I11slw.W. IIo:1g. ID. SI'llIlL'!'lIl'I'gI'I', J. Zxiiivllzi. B. lliiigmiolfliis. Ii. I.UIlll'I'IllllI. J. Qiiitxow. Third row: Ii. Hiiiz- 3 7 Q ' Y A V 111:11111. V. SIDI'iigl,l1l', I. Ixovli, M. JoI111so11, J. M1-lliw. I.. 0111114-1', A. VVI1-iilw, L. I51'ivsc-11101slv1', I7. Sc-I11111Il. R. Ix:1I:iImw, .I. Voss, J. Iilllllllllllli J. Iiiiogl-. .I, Alvll. Fourth row: It. Pcigoimilski, VV, I'I1':111c'I1, Ii. xvOI'SIllll'4', G. St. G1+1'111:1i11, Ii. Sweet, I7. 'I':111:1g::1w:1. J. Phi1'111:1.11, R.. Ii11tc'l1v1'z1 YV. Ito-i:1l111. IC. Iiosv. G. I,:11's4-11, J. P:111Im11Q11. IC. VVUIIOIIS. IS. Gililums, A, clllI'ldl'. Fifth row: T. Giisv. T. S:1I111t.:1, J. Smith. N. P111'Vi:111C1- .I. 3II'Bll'IlHIlIf'. J. Ii:111so111, J. IxIK'T:LL!'IiIIl4l. T. BIKIIJUIIS. J. St1':111I1. C. VPIIUIIIILS. U. SI1i111L-Ii, J. IVusso'.v, IJ. Tziclv-, J. ASIIIIISHUII. G, 3I:11'I4I1:1111 ID. Bv111xi11. Chamberlin Conover BIz1i11l:1i11i1ig its t1'zuIilic111 ofHfiiii-l'u1'-z1IIII Iioiisv pzirtie-s, Iloiiivvoiiiiiig is always 1111 I111lJ0l'l2lIlt limo iii tho sm-Iioc-il cllI21Il1l10l'lIll zigziiii this ya-111' had 111:111y fiiw Iimise pzirties. your lm' stiulciiits 1111 1-:1111p11s. I1111 thv 1114111 of C'o11m'v1 LIIIIOIIQL llllllll thi- IIOIISUQS f'I11'ist111z1s spem-izilly, Hllisilvloc 111111111 il vvmi 11111111 i111po1't:111I to IIIUIII by wz1Ikii1gul'l'ii'itI1 Klzicliwssf' 'I'hi1'cI plum-1' XYiIlIl0l'S i11 this XOZLIJS Wiiilei' Ifirsl I'Iz1m-0 'IIIUIJIIY for 1111111111-o111i11gdisplays i11 tho 11111113 Ulyiiipivs, thc 1111-11 of C'I1:1111I101'Ii11 also oxf-vllvcl iii i11t1'11- cIo1'111s. Hoiisv pzirtios, lou. plzlyvfl il Inigg rolv in thcii 111111111 sports zivtivitivs. Iiousc- zivtivirivs. First row, Ieft to right: J. IIoIst1-i11. G. I'11'00tz111:111, I.. Mzilvlimv. VV. Iiuliiiko. G. ISM-Ii. IJ. VVig,qIz-s1i'u1'lI1, D. Iiic'I1:11'nIs. If. HIIIIFQITI. ff VV:1I I11':1114Il, YY. ICIJQI, Ii. CiI'Og0I'IllS, B. SK'IlIIl'iIll'K'I1l, U. I7v1111ist4111, If. Snlzuiu, J. S:1Ifl:11'1'i:1,q:1. Second row: P. 1'II'0l'IIl'Ill', IV. Tylvr, D. XXYILQIIPI' P. Milli-1', I3. Silllllllilll, B. liIlISl'l', J. I,:1wso11, M, Diaz. C'. -IUIIIISOII. II. Iiiivdtkc-, P. M:11'sh:1II, J. I3:11'tz. IJ. fiI'llIII'Il'll. J. Tu1111c-II. I". .Xchrnis Third row: IJ. Hf1IIz1111Ic-1-, P. VVi11IwI, A. Villzilolms. IC.. Topvzm-wslci, Ii. Sltblllllldll, T. VVvpfei0, J. SI1'e:1tu1', .I. Ii1'oe'I111, IJ. I5o1'11sI:1.1-gc-1', J. Nivuluiis .I. Hiflrlr-, X. PPIlIlt'l'l'I1fI1l'I'. IJ. S1-h11111:11111. Fourth row: Il. II:1kv, II. 'III'lIIl1lDIl', I". Iiiidz. M. Hlrovli. P. XvILI1IiI'2lI!ll'l', J. I'II'1!Zl'l'. D. c1Il'Il1l'l1lS Ii, Dmstl-1'. G. Sl'l'llIlXYPI'. S. II:l1IlI'Q. I". II:11't1n:11111. Ii. Bartz, M. R1-iI:1111I, J. Saixv, M. Xv11111:11111. Fifth row: J. Popp. B. Szvzvr-I1. J. Cl1':111gc1 J. Sc'hI:1:1Ii, J. Xv1i'111:111, 1f.H1-1111111-ky. IC. IiI:1ppc111I1:11'I1. Ii. IiI1u1Ivs.I.. Iiosmi, T. S1'I1I:1:1Ic. R,G:111g1-1'. I. 1,l'IOISOIl, I7.St11I'f.J, N1-1v111z111. Absent T. FCIlllll'l'I', D. Iliivlimv, IS. I41-1':11'fI, I.. Klnivc. IJ. M:11'ti11, II. Stl-cI111:111, Ii. Hoy. Flrst row, left torrightz IJ. Iftaott-, Iimxyii. P. Syn-IIm:'n, li.'Ohl, li. SI1t'l'Il. li. Ci:Llx't'z't. ll, l't1tct1'sui1. lt. l't-iwitiiilcat. Second row: D. -lvliiikt N. l:L11:1lq:a. II. lxuppliii. lx. Ohztshi, M, Nyc-. Il. llrtgw-ii. P. VM-lmz'i'. C . liuynl. Third row: Cl. Gmtlz. J. Sttlwk. It. Vhtsiit-i'. lI..l:ft-gt-1-. tl. Mivh tltl X Y Itrluii It Ptllll tltlt I' Iviith F011 th 0 'Il U1 t I VI' Ixltl tuglliii I IIIUIIIII I Ihtmltii I Iyfltilllltll I5 I iilin II' J I 'i.. . A' ' , . ' ' S' i', 1. ' . I' I' WZ , 2-I'Ilt'lll". . '42 'I . I. ,v. " ' ... ', . I2 'i . Yhvlp, .l. Nami. Fifth row: M. lit-imiiik. D. Kiltlsig. M, IIHIIIIOVS, R. limi, li. Pt-ttwsmi. lt. lilfwflrwii, I. lhtitk, Ii. Xvusc-ii, V. lit-nistxxtl. Fallows Faville Sports miiitltitl wtwti tht- llltxll HI Ifzilltmws this yttziiy ziiitl Ifm' tho Nlttlllfl r'ulisvt'i1tix't' yvzir, tlitt l':lx'iIl0 Itutmtlmll tht-y Iiaivti two Iituiitws us piwmt' tat' this. hm thtt tttll tlwy tmtm took to tht- Iittltl with tht' itlvzi nt' wiiiiiiiig tlut :III- wtm sw-mitl plztvti iii iiitmiiiiiiutl tkmtttlmll t-uiiipt-tititm with tlturm tkmtlntll I-liuiiipitmsliip. Xml, this ymti' ut lust. it thtt utlit-1' iiittifs Iiuiistts. Xml, iii wiiitvi' sptrrts miiipvti- wats silt-vt-sst'l1l. Soc-iztl litv wats also impurtzliit tu l":tx'illt limi, thvy wttiit 21 strip I.21l'IIltxl' iii wiiiiiiiig thti first DI21t'tl Iluiistf ivsitlttiits us wats witiitissml hy its pzlrtivs :tml tht t-Iiztmpiriiisliip lmskt-tlmzill titlm-. illlllllill Top llzittvr t'm'iii:il First row, left to right: li. XIf'QIllIK'Ilt'Ull. lJ.'1'Im111psmt, li, Il2LI'SUll. Y.Stn-4-nsti1t.l.. Pt-tt-is..X..It1I1iism1.Ilflilsnil. D. litm'l:iml. .l. liviitlit-init-it .X. li, Mm-llt-1'. Second row: Ii. Pt-tt-rs. l,. lfolvy, 'l'. I'I2lVtllll', F. Utt. II. Ill-iirlt, T. lim-lu-i'. IS. Spatiiult-ig I.. lhutt-lit-i', II. lizfmlat, IJ. Iltippiii H ' I ' ' N Y ' ' D ltmlt I fmitxit .l. lNIm't't-i', P. l:tylm', D. Batch. Third row: G. Mt-I lmiztlixtii. D. ltlit-Ivltlt. T. Nic-huls. II. Ixmt-iiiiig, ll. Milling . it 4 -. .. 2' ti it '-gr. 1' me i '1 1 Y rw Ixutilv 'ye ', C. IIN-tl. VI. XUISUII. I. lit-t'Iwi'. .I. llxiiilltm. Fourth row: V. Gtwht-i'. J. IIINIIS. I3. Irltiiiiz, .l. lNIm'vI:Iiifl, .X..Itxl1:1I1li1'lIt-vt. G. lNl:Ii'tt'l1 if St'IlWIlI'II-t'I'fIt'I', IJ, -IHIIIISUII, If. Klrtlt-ug, T. Ti't'Ir:ttusIii. Il. VI't1lst'h. lt. Iii'isl111:t. .I. Nlutlzilil. " t A. I . 1 , First row, left to right: I.. lfggruam, K. Iiululmck, K. Gosvwvlmig IJ. 'l'm11c'l1c-li, I". XYIOSIIOT, Ii. Iilt-in. D. Nolnling. J. Str-in, Il. I'I1'ev11. Sec ond row: .X. Iilliott, G. ZIIlIIlll'l'II1ilIl, IC. I4'rivw:tltl, I.. xYIL2Il0I', I.. Grzrlw, Ii. Bvgt-r, ID. Fiunrxnv, T. Grande. Third row: G. Mm-llc-1', 1.1. Wt-il W cpu I IZ. Higkio. J. .l:un:Lr'uli, Ii. VV:Lntlt'rscl1c-iclt, S. lieumf, I". W'igu1't-, U. Class. Fourth row: D. II:ms, G. Mikkclstm, I.. Vatu lflss, J. G0 f'-.jj . lit-rmm, J. ll:tyn1o11tl,VV. Iiovlu-, D. Ifrif-listm. Fifth row: L. RIlIl0ll7ll7 li. Novak, IJ. Norris, VV. .xllFl2ILl, R. II:u'tl, J. G1'otl1:t11s, li. CQIIIISIIIS I .MINI lleh ll s-l'. Frankenburger Gilman l"1'z111k01llrtlrgm' Holm-, spew-iulists in llousv pznrtivs, mt- ITIIOIIQII tl10yflitl11't will tlw trophy fortllis j'021I'lSllt1lN0- joyvtl zulotlwl' ycar tillvcl with gait-ty. 'l'l1cwumuz1l C'l11'ist- COIHIIIQIQ display, lllll uwn of Clilmtm IIo11sv tlitl lmvc- tln mans party, lmztstiug tlw lztrgvst ttttmltlttxlvv of tho year, lriggost mtv, at forty foot Iiuvky lglltlgtll' 1111 loss. .Xml tlwy wats the most SllCf'6'SSl.lll flllhllglltllll the two svlilestels t'211'1'IOClUll their otl1ol':u'tix'itic-s in at bigwzly too lilivtlu-ii llltlllgll that lion XIOYEIQIO party f2lll'0tl nvarly as welll. pivnit' at Ilvvills l.2lli0 :md flll'll' C'hI'ist111z1s Capers. First row, left to right: D. Iimll, J. O'I5oylv, J. VViutv1', ll. Mvyer. II. ltoltsvll, If. Sl'llll'll. Ii. Ottv. lt. VVvs0tmx'sl4i, J. Cirizu'lis. M. ITllllPl't',EI,lSl' T. llzzy. Second row: II. Iilmtlw, VV. S4'l1ulm1'ing, J. Zorlm, ll. VVvlmlm, W. Stoffvl. ll. lIt'llI.lllI', li. C'llc-sm-1', F. livyst-, VV. Ht-rslwy, J. Volmrsky IS. Gannett, IS. Iloltloff, I". liuvkuli. Third row: I.m-I1l:Lm', Ii. Itvinlw, li. Beatty, T. ltngvw. I.. Ilillmun. A. lzqltiwflo, IJ. I"1':r.11lw. .X. Mvrt- clugmt. D. Iluylv. .I. Vlvolll. IJ. lim-lc, J. l.:1flwig:, C. FI'!l.!lli. .X. Hepp. T. H114-scli. Fourth row: P. Ilufrgllmcl, Cl. Wt-1'1w1'. VV. lim-ttgt-. C. Svlrir-lt ll. ixilllfllly. T. lNIt'C':11'tl1y. X. Millc-1: T. livlst-y. P. .Xl1l. J. Svllmitlt. .l. I.llIltlSlI'0I1I. li. lQI'Ill'QIK'l'. .l. Olvsuu. Il. lirir-sv. Fifth row: I.. Fmsm-tlt Cl. IJt'S.li1I'fllIIllS, IJ. Ducx. Cl. Givslolg I.. Ilutvltliiss. l". ilvrl:1t'l1. I.. lilllmlitz. D. I.ttllll. II. Fulllu-, I". Iflliot. ID. Cllztsc 11 M. llzuu-11, ll. Hzullvyl , Ln.. First row, left to right: li. liriggs, J. PL'lQI'SfJI1, V. C'l1111ic-li11ski, ll. fi0I'llIl,Il1, J. -liklllllitl. T. lXIiLlllPQI,, C. Sic-ltlz-1', C. 'l':111m-llri, Cl. Piltviigvi l Pl'illZgl'2ll'. Second row: li. liliiiglwil. T. H:1111ilt1111, ll. 'llllUl11IJHUIl. ll, S1'l1lisi11g, G. Si111c111s. ll. .XI'Il0lKl, G, fit'I'll'l'y A, 5111111111 .l, Iiling P. Cic1l11lc1s,J, li:1s11111sso11. Third row: J. Slcttlvi, A. ll:111w1-11, J. l'11lll'I'l1l'I'Q,', Cl. Duvxill, 'T.S1m-lr. lf. l"isl11-1'. G, -l4lllllSUll. IJ. Iiocfltviy l'l. rlllltll pc Ii. Jr-ps1111. Fourth row: li. l.i1-s1'l1, li, XXYl'lll'I'. YY. lfggc-rt, J. l'IOlIllTLIl, IJ. lNI:11'ti11, M. Z1111l1111'i11i. G. l1I'I11II1"I'. Ii. li1w1I1'l1v1', J. .X4l2l1ll'V0ll li Tm1sig:111111t, J. H1-11so11. Gregory High l'1'o111i111111t 211110112 zu-tivilivs for lhv boys i4I'0lll G1'ego1'y lligh 1111 tho list ol' 11101175 ll0llS1lS is lligh House-, 'l'l11 ll llmisv this yc-111' WMO i11I1':1111111'z1l sports. lizlskc-llmull, lmso- lmusc partivs wc-111 highly Sllf'l'0SSlilll l'02lll11'lllQ2Q iifiI'l1lllUll l111ll :1111l l'ootl1z1ll wow l1iggl1ligl1ts ol' thvii' zu-Iivv zithlvlir: Iliglllitcsf' Hllllll' Mollsckelr-c'1'sl', :xml Hxllbllll' flillliln sc':1so11. Ullwr l1ig:gl1ligl1ts ol' llll'll' soviul f'2lll'll4lilI' im-luflvrl illllflllglg their ll10Illl'S. .Xllhough Ihv lIl1ll1lJ0l' ol' 1111-11 i11 thc Illllll' illlllllill spring piviiic' hclrl 111 lJ0vil's l.z1kv. ll0l1SO is not high, it has goo1lz11l1lvtir-tQz1111s. First row, left to right: P. l'll'l'llIlll, J. li1'11eg:c-1', li. lgllllll. 17. Zwickvy, J. liailh, T. Wzittq, G. II:111111111111l. Second row: J. fiill'fl0I1l4'l'. J. Pu ch L xllI'l'Il9 ll Svlizmp D, M1-lm-r, ll. YVMTS. P. Gvkz-V. 'Third row: A. C'1'i111i. G. FI'j'1ll'lllllIl4l. C -Iilhll, li. VVl1i1v. J, Phillipg, J. .X11s:1l1 lx Ol1o1'l1c-11. lFOi.1I'th rowi XV. Mivllu-J, C. BIQlflil1'. J. K4-ll:--1', P. .lllI'g!.'llS7 li. Rim-11tl1:1l, D. l"1'iv1l, li. VVil1lw11S. G. Usgmnl, J. lJ0l1QI'lj'. -, .a f I D- l V - H - - First row, left to right: J. Holmes, lt. lirenkle, F. Parsons, l.. Vu, D. Deuine. R. Foltz, J. Kuhr, T. Holtz, J. lioehnlein, VV. Stacy, K. Pierick. D. Herningwzwy, C. Merbs, lt. ltosenbnuin, lt. Pleister. li. Theis. Second row: J. Kuhr, D. Perry, J. livzins, K. liederer, J. l.:1ndn1:1n, D. Bur- ber, P. Beige, F. Leiser, lt. Irion, G. Golnick. VV. Koinsi. T. Momn, R. Salin, T. Vaughn. Third row: F. Soukup, G. Wertheinier, Ii. Jztutz, R. Nolde, D. Btzrcock, Ii. Thayer, J. Finst, VV. Hanson, D. Seefeld, H. Beuseher, H. VVindler, D. Friberg, L. Kolste, II. Fricke, J. H:1user. Fourth row: VV. Schilling, R. Miner, S. Hayes, G. Albrecht, C. Aschenbrenner, P. Lz1.ndIn:1n. R. Loescher, R. Michelson, W. ling:-l, C. Rus- rnussen, G. Hansel. Fifth row: G. Osborne, .-X. Yousten, F. Frey, O. Hefty, J. Young, D. Hoglund, H. Hztrpold, B. Kruiriksh, J. Knorr. J Last, H. Cleary. S. Hopkins, M. Ainlmseo. R. Monroe. Jones Devil's Luke was the site this year of Jonesl l'TOllS0,S annual spring picnic. A special bus was chartered to take the boys and their dates to the picnic site where they spent the day swimming and climbing on the paths which tower above the lake. La FolIe'r're Lalfollette had an especially active social life this year. The nien had exchange dinners with the various girl's dorms, listening parties with them, and picnics. The nien said their liquid banquet, held during December, was the best party of all of those held. First row, left to right: D. Sorninerfeltl, J. Gaillztnd, lt. Kato, I". Bartz, R. Kastelic, P. Kersten, F. Vignieri, D. Wit-st, lt. Johnson, H. Chase. Second row: J. l"ittzp:mtrick, J. Johnson, P. Christopoils, Y. Tsang, J. Lzillier, R. Klzitssey, R. Plnune, li. Schroeder, K. flzttzke, lt. Mueller. Third row: P. Meili, lt. Sztlzwedel, IC. Thin-de, lt. Giesfeldt, R. Schulte, C. Stielow, J. Stein, D. Bodine, J. Kurtz, XY. Kmuse. Fourth row: H. Thiede, ll. ltisch, D. The-ws, li. Anderle, lt. Selberg, lt. Buedingen, D. Jensen, J. Schowztlter, R. Stzuififztclier, li. Hxtvlichek. First row, left to right: G. Holten, D. Seemann, L. Larson, A. Dupuis, R. Xuerneberg, P. Schneider, D. May, J. Gorsu, J. Sc-his-bl, J, Hansen, M. Thatro, A. Mejia, L. Valdes, C. Larson, J. Lees. R. Smith. Second row: B. Min, D. Wuereh, E. Gruner, G. Carlson, A. Mertig, J. Lowe. J. Hulut, H. Dryer, G. Longo, R. Kauseh. J. Albert, J. Jennerjahn, N. Laskowski, li. Catalanello, li. Swender, D. Goldmann, A. Carlson. Third row: M. MeKiehan, W. Piwiukiewiez, B. Hoefs, G. Ribar, D. Kabler, R. Schmitz, J. VVeber, C. Knaup, F. Ellsworth, J. Neff, B. Praeger, R, Holandu, D. Plimpton, D. Ptasehinski, T. VVheeler, R. Sanger. Fourth row: R. McKenzie, T. Ehlert, D. Schweitzer, J. Misselhorn, Dingle, B. Comlon, P. Prestegard. J. Xolan, C. Cariseh, ll. Hggert, D. Krueger, G. Heideman, J. Gollhardt, L. Knutson, D. Sellers. Fifth row: J. Sehlueter, R. lrielinian. J. Loebel. T. Stuere, VV. Hinz, T. Lyneh, J. Buran, D. Pohl, T. Gorder, J. Knaaek, K. Shim, B. Hobbs, H. Hahn. Nkmk The den in Maek House became known the eard shark hangout this year since every evening after dinner it be- came the site of intensive c-ard playing. Oeeasionally the boys broke up their game long enough to hold Saturday night parties whieh were labeled Hhighly sueeessfulfl Noyes llusie is probably the most prominent noise to eome out of Noyes. On fourth floor is the Hi-l"i Corner and Jazz Row, spilling musie out of the windows night and day. Much noise is ereated, too, by the Noyes house parties which have proven quite sueeessful this year. First row, left to right: X. Thompson, li. Atwoofl, K. Loebel, J. Bovee, R. Durkin, D. Yoo, G. Suhr, H. Immel, H. Gergen, G. Hsi. Second row: D. Cammaek, J. Pteil, B. Bell, K. Sc-hoeman, G. liettleson, L. Gawlili, H. Iiotnik, H. Iielling. A. Ziegenhagen, G. Geimer, T. Rhodes, A. Monroe, B. Gliskman. Third row: J. Klein, VV. Battig, Pack, C. Toraason. T. Anderson, J. BI'2lC'l'1II'lilI1I1, A. Beyer, B. Ellig, P. Likert. D. Engberg, C. Hartwig. Fourth row: P. VVanek. R. Altmann, A. Zimmerman, J. Tlrieson. D. Happe, ll. Stenrnaii, J. Foster, T. Yagi, G. Christofferson, J. Kolpiteke, D. Motz, A. Vauclreuil, Q. Hawley. First row, left to right: 11. C1:111i. .X.Opg1-11o1't11. 11. Ifpstviri. 13. Nelson, 11. 15o1i11. P. 1'1l'1t'SIlII. 11, S011111-i11111'11:111. 11. S:11'i11, F. Stopplv. U. G1-rig. Second row: J. 1'iI'UIIlt'. G. f1i11Q'1ll'I1, 19. M:1tt111-i, 11, J:1n1vs, A. 1.1f1111:11'11. J. Alta-1'. S. Ii1'1S11llf', J. 1.11:111y. T. H:111s1111. F. 1,1111111:111. C. S11-1m11i11s. V. S1'11:1.1'1', Third row: R. 1.11tz. J. Ymiiig, R. S11-i1111o1'f, 15. Olson. IJ. 1"v11v11z, J. Trcps, T. .1Zl1lIl1il'. K. 1ill1li't'1i, D. 154-t111i11, R. 1JlltJllQll', D. NIitI'S1l2?11. Fourth row: D, 11!tW10Il, J. 11111T1n:111. 11. Hvhmimtt. VV. 1.yo11s. R. W71Ilil'I'S. R.. Xivlmls, K. 1.ILIJtJlIl', J. Xic'h01s, K. 1il'll1i0Il12l. J. Rit- Ze11t11:11v1'. R. 1.111-111 kv. HI. S1'111'11L1e-1. Ochsner Richardson 1501111156 i1t'1lSI1U1' House has s11mx'11 l'11ilI1lD10I1S111IJ t'111'111 1'1'r1vi11i11g srwiz11 111111 sports zwtivitic-s 111111 p1'o111oti11g 111 z1t11111ti1's, it is the 1-111'1'1-11t OXYlll'l'01' the S11p1'e1nz11-y Cup. z1c'ac10111ic' a11i1iti0s"'ft11vs0 wow the pilrprmsos of 1ii1-11z11'd- Hu111o1'r11ogy, C'11111p11s C'z11'11ivu1 p111'ti11ipz1tio11, two 11o11s1- son Ilouso t11is year. 110ll5l'p2l1'11US, the Zlllllllili liousv parties pv1'ye111', 1111 11111111111 hayriclc- party, open house, 111111 pit-11111. and the 501111-Llllllllkli house h11111111vts wwe i11- the house hz111111111t 111111111011 out this y0z11"s som-i111 life. 1-11111011 in the 110118078 sovizll L-z11c111f1z11'. First row, left to right: R.. Ilviplo, J. M1'Hz11c-, J. .hI'1ll1y, J. 51111111-, M. 1tic'0. K. Topp. C'. S:1koo11ki111, J. Bc-111144, J. -101lIlSOll, J. 1.:11'su11, VV. Sutier. Second row: J, -12lIIl1l'SOIl, J. 1111111-s1'1i. J. 1t1111sen11111, 142. Hurt, K. 15v1'gs111:k1111, T. St11i11111', A. C'1:111s1-11. J. lirooks, 17. 1Cv1111s. YV. XYIXSS- wells-1'. Third row: lt. O17l'I'1ll'l'K. R. S:11'1111. D. SC'1lll11. J. Iiicitkv, M. 151111. J. .X11s111:111. D, PK'iI'1I1:!, D. M1-K:1sso11. I.. Smith. IJ. livjiw. 11. Ohm'- hvck, U. 1'J1Sf'1101'. Fourth row: R. Svott. 13. Link, A. Kos-1111-1', M. Sl111lll'I'. T. 121-1111111. P. 1i:1k111', D. Morris. .L 1iil1ll'. VV. Svliinidt, I". Vorlop, D. Mvlrny, A. 1ql'0llf'1l. Bottom: 15. HFlI'1. 17. I1l'Ilt1l'I'SUIl. Absent: B. 11:11111w1't, T. K:111111-111:111. J. wxY2l1il'I'. 11. H011tDlIl. G1:1.1111111', J. ci1lt'l'Sl'1I11l11. A f -l. . L . 1 mu4.1m.n1A.,A1mg w First row, left to right: P. Nc-lson. IC. Marko, R. Pepvi. VV. liatlcy, li. Nvninann. G. Tinnn. R. I4-wis, K. Hoerlt, F. Svlmldm-li, J.G:Lskcll. J. Pznnpcrin, D. Holton, R. Mnvllor, J. Grits-s, Not in lionsv. Second row: J. Clark. Cf. llurlion, A. Clztlovich, N. llrnlilt-. IJ. Carlson, D. Droic-r, J. Cvrvuny D. Waztson, S. lx'T:Lt'li0:l.l1, J. Koohlvr, V. Pflwrt. D. Fiedr-r, J. Svhmidt, J. Ziinmerinan. Third row: Not in house, K. Mehta, T. Andorson, M. Pittm-Imam, C. Zwvrg, W, Moollor, K. Iionngrr-n, F. Till!-1f'll1'l', J. Weiss, ll. Wagner, W. Ryan, J. Spangler, li. Wvidemann, J. Knbisiak. Fourth row: R. Jordzin, A. Mc-nliv, W. Wolfinoyvr. O. Lion, li. Svhwoclt-, ll. Svhrads-r, J. V6ll0Ill2l, M. Collins, li. Mzic'Fa1'la.11v. li. C'oCln'ane, li. Cliirialitlc-i'. J. VVy:Ltt, R. Gxnisinan, VV. M:n'sli:1,ll. Fifth row: R. Erivkson, H. Rolmt-rs, lt. Meerdink. J. Skornivkzu.. A. Albrcvlit, ll. Kzunish, B. Svott. R. Mnvllt-r, R. Brown, T. lfdwards. IJ. Kortkanip. D. Molitor. Not in l10l1Ql'. Showerman Slebecker Two big aims of all living units on I'2lIllpllS are to aid A popular Saturday night party spot was Siebeckvl in the sc-holastic' and soc-ial dovelopinont of the pooplc they House this year. Boys in the house- provided the ontertain- housv, and thvsv were tho aims of Showerman llousv. incnt by singing and pnting on skits for the party-goers. Bvcallse of aiming high with their h0Il10I'0ITllllg display this In addition, the boys from Sielx-vkvr staged several vos- ycar, they w01'oz1xvardedtl1o Zlll-dOl'Ill sc-vond plavv trophy. tunie partios for whit-h lavish dvvorations wore made. First row, left to right: A. Sujznn, J. Schorz, J. Rook, l. Alllll'l'S0ll, li. Orsott. li. Marold, ll. Walkvr, li. Prath, l". llvideric'h. Second row: ll Tlm-l, li. Scflnu-ttv, J. Dippcl, li. Malsvh, C'. .'hllSlll1. D. Rivlz, M. Finnainv. li. Morrison, lt. Kennoy. M. Aludel-lVlon4-iln. Third row: C. BI'llllll P. Monfils. T. liov:x1'if'. R. Olson, L. Spriiigslvc-n. E. Snvrlvr, J. Slingvr, VV. Dm-ttinoring, D. Clnistvnson. J. lizxnlunn. Fourth row: H. Mar- qnzirdt. ll. Neilson. li. Ehrkv, ll. lli0l'SlCll, YY. Moin, D. l.:il"ontaii1e, H. Hass. B. Pziynf-, P. Filson, G. Navarro. Cl. Gvrstf-iilqorn. f 3gi 1 : Y . izmxm-L fx f ' . ..m,lz. , A LiQ First row, left to right: R. li2lt'l'l'l1P1' BI. Hahn, TY. Payne, T. Dunning, J. G1lll1lglll'I', Il. Servias. J, l.:n'son, D. lioness, li. Blount. Second row: D. Steele, P. SlIIltl.llill'2l. G. lWoyer, D. Blziekwell. D. Tousintin, S. liolle, J. Pekzirek, I.. Moor. Third row: li. VVild:i, li. Houck, J. Chin. li. Douglas, W. Ahlsttrom, F. Alt, T. l'nrlerbrink, Cl. Chzirlson, P. Steele. Fourth row: J. Spellinnn, A. Anderson. J. Mullen, lt. SlQl'2lSSlJlll'g0l', K. Gfivsewittz, S. Peeli, D. Fenske, R. Woletz. Spooner Carpe Diem Clinjoy the present clay. trusting :is little as possible to the futurel is the theine of Spooner llouse and it ezirried out this theme espeeiully with its house par- ties and its annual house pic-nies. l"un was had, hut with the proper amount of studying and athletic- aetivity. Swenson Swenson again presented their annual "Vinh Norge" house party. This party has been at tradition at the house for Illtllly years and zilwziys is the most elaborate of the year. The inen of Swenson also helped open the C'ln'ist- mas season with the annual Christinas tree lighting. First row, left to right: D. Beeker, VV. Pamponlus, li. Lund, L. l"erris, H. Spiegellmerg, D. MeC'oy, J. Seliinitz, K. Hof-king, Pm. liuggieri, D. Reb- stock, ll.. llotee, T. Roothig, li. Huben, B. B21llII1j2,'2Ll'U10I', J. Koehler. Second row: D. Olson, T. Graz-e, D. lNlr'Crory, D. Nelson, T. Jzznke, D. Voss, A. Gooflsitt, D. liensliow. B. Norton, li. Henke, li. Bruner, J. Diivitlson, S. Burt, D. Gestel:1.n4l. Third row: J. Petersen. S. Kud- niek, O. WV:ilters, M. Cluinpner. P. M:n't':Ltin., li. Sheeny, D. cl0UIN'l'. D. Sluiniek, D. Burr. li. l.:zrson. V. liirieoponlos. S. Kwuk, G. Kznezkowski. li. l'r:mclnieek. D. clfllllllgllltlll. li. Craig. Fourth row: D. Strung, J. X4-wing, if lioettelier. G. Bliss, li, Quirk, li. TVZilIllliLllSl'l'. D. Peseziizi, D, Dixon, I". Bc-ine. C'. Jaieek, ll. Rziinmn, D. Nickel, R. lfreiwzilci, D. VVestring1. Fifth row: A. Cole, T. Molzow, IC. Tlioinais, O. lloilqinzin, D. Carlson, D. Dennis. C. lClwrt, B. liilf'lltlI'ClS. P. l'loffm:'n, U. Klotz, D. D4-Witt. First rqw, left to right? J. SI1:11x. 4IZ.Spwvc'I1t. KI. II:-ttgv11. I". II:'1I1I41j..IY. Pl1illi11pi..I. .X1'1111s.1111. II. .IlIIl1'4l. Second row: VV. Ijlziltz. Ii. Ultra. C. Y. , . 1 .. V , . ,. . CI1f1, N. Iiiivk. KI. VM11ss.P.C 11II111s. X.AIl4It'I'4'i'Ii.-I.P1JIIill'Ii. XX.Qv1ll11tt,.l. P1-cIz11's1111. Thlrd row: Il, II'IlllIlHl'I'. .I. II111111, II. Mzitlvs, Ii. TI111111- S1111, II. IIicIi111:111. IC. Ii:111t111:e1111. IC. Yoigt111:111. I".St1-zwk. if YOI'IlllI'f.f. C'. I'Il'l'IlZltI. Fourth row: Ii. Ilivlz. II. Sf-I1w11IsI, .I. AIllIt'I'flDIl, J. New-sr-. IZ I1I1Ix I II11xI111 II I51 mm In D Ii41t111111 D Xl1ItI I Iimpli S II I Fifth Nl II II IJ 11111111 1I4I I' C 11111 111 . u 1. 1 'Q s. . -Us 's . s' , .. - 4-,1. 411111:1. row: .. IIZIIIIS, . IH- 'z , . '14 is: 2, IJ. Iil'l'IlIllII'. T. II:1.:1,sc'I1, T. Millvr. IC. VVIl,KlIl'l', W. I,IlIlIlIil', W. Stettlvr. T. fII7l'l'Il0I.l'l'. Absent: .I. II:1g1111, IV. S4'I11'u1-4I1-I. Ii. NI:1ss41y, G. Gm-tx, II. IJ:1I1's. Tarrenf Turner T111'1'z111t I'I1111s1- sv1'V01I as il I1o11111-11way-I'1'11111-I11111111 fm' iIIl1I'1lUI' IIc111s0, tI1o I11111sv 11I'g1111rI-will. this ymii' sI1c1wv1I itsrvsirlerits. I'IllIl wz1sI1z11ItI11'c111gI1o11t the-y11a1'zLs1-xz1111pIi- tI10i1' C'I11'ist111z1s spirit by givi11g1g il party for tI11- I1a11cIi- fix-1I by the piirtivs, 0Xc'I1z111gzgc- rIi111101's with 11111111-11's 1111its. vzippvd pr-oplv of Mziclisoii. TI11- Illillly IIOIISK' pzirtivs, Llll- illlli lI1vi1' 21IlIlll2lI I1r111s0 I1z111r1110t. I'IllIl was Ililfi, yvs. IJIII lll11lI pi1'11ir-111111 I1011sv I1z111q110t fiIImI tI10s11f'i:1I Iifv. CIMIHIJIIN 111111-I1 w111'k was111-1'41111pIisI11wI 11111. If-11cIv1's .Ii111 I'1'I1a11. 2lll4I Iiuy Sf-I111Itx urn 'IIllI'llf'l' 111011. First row, left to right: V. 3It'lIIQ'IIl2?I1S.Y'I3. .I:11-1-ks, Ii. Aspliii, YV. Svlf. Ii. S111itI1. P. .Xl111:111I:1.. H. I'I?l fm-1'. G. Gruss. R. Ile-tzI11tT. II. I,:1111I11'vcI1t. L Ii. I12lIIl'4'f'. X. .XIlIIll'lI. I-3. IXIIIIIII. Cl. ht:111s-k. Second row: Ii. IJPllSf'I1l'I'. .L Iivlsvy. C. xNYIlIIIIl. Il. Iiuyw. Ii. Iiuyzil, IS. Pratt. IJ. Paipko. lf 111 I I'11Imuxi11c I' 4' Iac ' 1 ' ' ' , P141-1'v , ,. ua ' ' -. '. 1 t1v11 v'k01'. In. II wsly. Ii. ICwI111:111. Ii. Ii1111c-rt. Third row: G. St:111c-Ia. IU. Ijvkolflt. G. Riwf. T, Ii1111t1sf111. I, M:u'i1111:1, F. Ii1'u11s1111, VV. IC11g1-II1v1't. S. S1-I1w:11'Iz, IJ. II:11'I11-1, D. Hiippr-ris, D. f,VKII'lIIl'l', T. Dm-1111-I, .I. :hlltl'l'I1lilll, Ii. G1i111111. Fourth row: J, I1:1I'11111I. I1. I.:11's4'11, G. HILlIlIIllllllI. Ii. Spciiivr, G. Zim-glvig J. I10I11111l'l', N. Iivrwclitz. IJ. T1-igvii, J. Iiuplieiigst, W. Xovicki. IJ. Hilliker. IJ. Mills. Fifth row: IJ. Millvr. Ii. I,00I'II1Q,', II. VViIsf111, Ii. 51111411 Ii. F. Niilyl'l', .I. I31111111g:11'1It. M. II111-sly. Ii. P1'sI11'ig, .X. Giislmw. S. VVQ-IISU. J. I 1'l1:111. J. Heck, I". J. rI1llI'l1l'I'. T. .I:11'1'l111w. - 1 - MV ' First row, left to right: K. Sc-liwxrlw. li, Pzihl. IJ. lic-111. li. Jvskc. li. liic-tz, VV. Trriclisvl, J. Soulnti. D. Cauuplwll. B. clZll'Ulll1, H. Pl'l'l'l.0l'liOl'll Second row: J. limiiclt, li. Miiishaill. P. Dovplw. D. Bnllloviii. L. l,4-nz. D. Bziiukr. D. lilruik, J. Morgziu. J. Str-ttvr. F. Xliriivcl. D. lfivliiiigm-i' Third row: A. Kopocius. S. Pardclovk, D. Zwmlnm-k, B. S:ri1cllJ01'g, D. Voskuil, li. Delwivlw, ll. Drs-vs, C. lvIILl'llll, A. Sallviiscn. Fourth row J. lloluml, J. Silling, B. lhllilitz, N. Svlimitz, K. Smith, J. Kolpitclw, li. Ncrcli, li. li'Ll1flI:Lli, J. Iilf'lll1'l', K. Knight. Fifth row: H. Wvllllt'lI11Sl'JIl J. l7orr:1m'Q, 15. Dost-li. S. lfrlie. F. lililv. li. Sm-ll-lmlt. J. l.lI1tlCl', Y. llohciisr-v, D. Clopv. li. Eiigr-llwvtsoii. Vilas lixvliuiigv 1llllll9l'S wvrv fl popular 9X'0Ill with tho boys from Vilas housv this your. Sewiul timvs cluriug tho sc-hool year lhvy he-lil thvsv 0Xt'll2,l,llg0 dinners with tho girls from both Liz and Slivhter. Other som-ial vvmits l11t'lllIlt'tl Sat- urday night parties amd an annual spring picliiv. Winslow Tho 111011 of Winslow house: livudod hy presirlc-nt Hivh- arrl Kvy, had their ymirly house haliqiwt Cwhivh all 011- joyvclj and spoiisorecl svvoral house parlivs. Thc-y pzrrtiri- patvcl in the dorm lllll'LlI11LlI'21l athletivs and through tllflll zlvtitivies kept the house iii high standing iii the dorm arm. First row, left to right: IJ. Molthc-li, VV. Amlmrow. G. Kruvgvr, J. .Xlln'vt'l1t. li. Key. P. l.c-vy. R. SI'llXVLll'lZ. if Xtukogu. J. Plllu-rt, S. Bus-r Second row: B. cll'Pg0l'S0ll, ll. Eriksoii. G. Grominskv. K. llc-llf-r. D. lfvc-rt. T. Norugvr, ll. Sougstml. Third row: C. FI'Illll'lllIl0, VV. Liioclkv C. Towm-, J. cltlllllilli, D. lizlrnei, T. l.2ll'SUlI, G. Pauls, M. Kelly. P. Hemlrivkwori. Fourth row: C. Kzzhzllikn. F. Gray. .X. lizliirruzstviri. T Mills. J. Bowmi, G, VVvlc'h, J. Kristi-r, V. Soninivrs, Z .4s.W. AL L w.- v -::..'saiwM-My W M - E Front row, left to right: C. Maier, D. Lawrence, F. Hintz, O. Stenz, F. Wiesner, H. Baldwin. Second row: S. Tannides, H. Russell, G. O'Hearn, P. Ginsberg, C. Martens, H. Jacobs, J. Searle, L. Burns, A. Hubbard, P. lflrickson. Delta Epsilon Delta Epsilon, organized in 1939-40, has through the years recognized outstanding individuals in the men's halls. The men in the organization have been selected on the basis of character and service to the University. Once in the group, the members attend monthly busi- ness meetings after which a prominent campus speaker talks on a current issue. In the spring the group holds its initiation banquet for all of the new members. With a present membership of over two hundred, the group engaged in welfare work in foreign colleges alld uni- versities by contacting foreign students at the university. The group then purchased books and projectors as they were needed. 300 Oren Stenz, George O'Hearn, Herb Baldwin and Frank Wliesner were the officers of the group this year. Oren Stenz served the group as their president, George O'Hearn was the vice-president, Herb Baldwin was the secretary, and Frank Wiesner was the treasurer. Advisors for the group were Professor Otto Kowalke of the Chemical Engineering Department, Professor D. L. Halverson, consultant for the residence halls, Professor Harry Schuck of the Commerce Sc-hoolg and Newell J. Smith, Director of Residence Halls. These advisors acted as consultants on important issues and plans purposed by the club. They also aided the officers and club members in selecting those to be admitted to the club as new members. Top: MHA Executive Council. D. lfisc-lier, li. Schultz, D. ldvjue, C. Mace, li. Lenz, VV. Heins. Middle: MHA Cabinet. First row, left to right: J. Rock, M. Pfjan- lcncli, li. Halvorsen. A. Zimmerinzin. Second row: G. O'Henrn, ll. liviue, C. Maier, K. Schultz, VV. lleins. J. Peterson. Standing: A. Kelsey, l. Petersen. C. Holten, S. lfrbe, ll. Francke, K. Neusen, J. Ali-ff, D. Lemke, C. Dnchon, ll. Dixon. Absent: K. Forbish. Bottom: House Presidents Council. First row, left to right: M. Riel, ld. Calvert, G. liewnau, R.. Rietz, li. linggieri. Second row: A. Uupvis, lt.. lmmel, R. Kato, D. Fisclier, J. Searle, B. Nlarold, J. Boehnlein. Third row: J. Frazee, F. Sclialdach, IC. Olson, R.. Schnei- derhan, J. Krueger, VV. VViesner, li. Key, lf. liathke, G. Olson, D. Miller. V Men's Hall Association This is the radio voice of the Men's Halls, WVMHA, with news of special inte1'est about the Men's Halls Association. When the Men's Halls Association began back in 1939, the M.lI.A. Executive Committee was organized. Having llle operation of its body at the discretion of the M.H..,X. president, the purposes of the committee are manyfold. To transact business on the administrative level concerning financial matters, certain policy changes had to be brought before the Cabinet, action on emergency measures, and sug- gestions to Cabinet on various changes in its operationf -- these are the purposes and functions of the M.H.A. Nx- ecutive Committee. Chairman of the committee is Kay Schultz, M.H.A. president, and the other members include Dave lflvjne, Nl.H.A. vice-president, Bill Heins, M.H.A. business man- ager, Lowell Lenz, Chairman of the Finance Committee, Dave lfischer, Chairman of the House Presidents Conncilg and Cliff Maier, House lfellow Advisor to Cabinet. The governing body of the lXlen's Halls, Cabinet, han- dles appropriations of funds to committees and clubs, sponsors educational and social activities, and provides various other services for the members of the M.H.A. Members of Cabinet are elected from each house in the Nl.H.A., and each member serves as an advisor to the num- erous M.H.A. committees and clubs. lVhen the M.H.A. was born in 1939 due to the efforts of Donald L. Halvorsen, Director of Residence Halls from 192-l to HHS, it was based on a pair of keystones, Hservice and education." Cabinet led by Kay Schultz, president, Dave lCvjue, vice- president, and Bill Heins, secretary and business manager, has and still is carrying out these keystones. The House President's Council, with Dave Fischer as Chairman, is a council of all the house presidents in the Nl.ll.A. Its aims are to aid, assist, and cooperate with the Kl.H.A. Cabinet in promoting the general welfare of the students in the halls. Kl.H..X. activities sponsored by the ll.l'.C. include an annual homecoming dance and freshman week dances and mixers for the new men in its houses. At the outset of each school year, the House Presi- dent's Council performs perhaps its most important func- tion. To better acquaint the new freshmen with the Nl.l"l..X., the H.l'.C. plans a guided tour through the many facilities of the Kl.ll..X. 301 , 3 wa- House Fellows. Top: First row, left to right: ll. liindgun. J. Searle, lx, Hocking, H. Fager. Second row: U. VV:ilker, C. lylabier, li. Sncrn, J. Scheibl, I". Hansen. P. Levy. Third row: J. Siflmg, H. Jacobs, E. Schten, R. Kastelic, P. Fricltson, R. Foltz. Student Conduct. Middle: First row, left to right: D. Nohling, M. Brown. G. Gandt, F. Wiesner. Second row: li. Gawlik. B. Klein, G. Marten, T. Stuebe, D. Kroll, G. O'hearn, R. Royce. MHA Business Office. Bottom: Left to right: li. Marold, W. Heins, VV. Komski. 302 Men's Hall Association The University of Vl'iseonsin was the pioneer in the in- novation of having an advanced student in charge of halls in the place of a faculty proctor. The aim is to have a per- son with some experience and maturity, the house-fellow, to guide and counsel the residents and still have him be close enough in age with them to have a spectrum of common interests and problems. The Student Conduct Committee, Chairman Ross Royce, secretary, Marian Brown, and M.H.A. Advisor, George O'Hearn, hear and enforces all conduct cases in- volving infractions of Kl.H.A. rules. Tln'ee members serve on the Joint Discipline Committee which hears these cases. The Central Social Committee, Donna lVeber and Dick Morris, Co-Chairinen, co-ordinates and organizes social ac- tivities for the BI.H.A. including the Christmas lformal, Dormsylvania, the All-Dorm Picnic, and the Homecoming Dance. Other important tasks of this committee are the setting up of rules for social activities and campaigns and the buying of records for house parties. The Special lfaeilities Committee headed by Tom Moran, Chairman, and Carol Riedel' secretary, has charge of all lI.ll.A. facilities. The members of the committee ensure proper maintenance of the M.H.A. facilities through careful planning and supervision and recommend the purchasing of new facilities when necessary. The lfinance Committee had as its officers this year Lowell Lenz, chairman, and Carolee Gehrig, seeretary. The committee formulated financial policy for the BI.ll..X. and evaluated expenditures to be made by clubs and com- mittees of money received through income. The l'ersonnel Committee headed by Ron Steindorf, chairman, and Irene Sandvold, secretary, has many tasks to perform. It organized and conducted all M.H.A. elec- tions, held interviews for vacant positions on hl.H.A. committees, recommended to the Cabinet appointments for all paid positions in the M.H..-X. that were not under the jurisdiction of other KI.H.A. committees, set up a card tile for all members of M.H.A. clubs and committees, and supervised printing of the M.H.A. annual reports. To further the academic and educational facilities of the men is the purpose of the Ilducation and Scholarship Committee. Special Facilities. Right: Left to right: A. B4-yw, K. Hocking, T. Hzmson, T. TxT0l'2l,ll, U. Dm-limi, C. His-114-r. .l. Rolminsrm, li. Kvlling. Finance. Right: Sitting, left to right: P. Nelson, W. Heins. l,. lic-nz, H Scflnlviflorhzun. Standing: T. Holtz, ll. Slwrn, A. K1-lsr-y, C Gvhring, lt. Hclcly, li. Immvl. Personnel. Below right: First row, left to right: .l. Phillips. I Sammlvolcl, R. Stvimlorf, Ii. I'l:1'v01'sc-n, Cl. T2lllZl'll2l. Second row lf. Bolirvns, H. VVill1m-lnlsvll, .l. Petersfm, T. ,'xllll0l'SOll, S, Hilcllel' J. XVIISSOW, R. l"m'l1ish. D. VVilte, R. Holm. MHA Chorus. Above: First row, left to right: J. Iiittrivli, ll,Sc-l1ille- mzm. li. W'z1llw1', K. Asplin, .L C':11'tvl', F. lillf'lilll'i, li. llc-llvr. Second row: li. llullscm. A. 31ll0ll4'l'. ll. l'iQ,'Q,'IllIlll. ll. i1l'llS1'llUXY, M. liusvll. X. Stvi11lm1'v1'l1f51', il. fll'tLIlllllSli4'. fl. lil'll4'Hi'I', S. Pmlcluc-k, ll. Xulmling. Third row: .l. lifwlmlvin, W. Muin, .L li2LlllJl'llFll'lll S. lslrlw, l.. Holm-Illciss, Cf SUIIIIIIUIT4. li. il'illI1, T. Mills. P. lmvy .l. Niwml:111s. Education and Scholarshi . Ri ht: Sittin left to ri ht: M. l'l':L11 P E , gi S A ' lillf'l1. ll. Slim-lp, P. flfwtz, li. .lzu-lwwllz. Standing: ll. HC3IIllllfIXl'2lf'. if Mvrlms. 3 Athletic Committee. Left: First row, left to right: D. Limlgrvn, J. Rock, C'. Frzunchinno, li. Nelson, P. lC1'ivksou. Second row: R. VViggl0swor1l1. B. lihrlu-. li. l"lI'lliS0ll, ll. vVliglll'I', T. liolsoy, G. flllI'lSt0ll-l'l'5Ull, J. :lIlill'I'S4lIl, VV. 'l'1':u'l1svz, R. liisvlm. P. Borgi- ll. Fischer. Store Board. Left: Left to right: .X. Mm-ukc, D. lim-lmlmlt, K. llzll- vorsou, li. Mznrold, W. llooriug, VV. liovtlgv, J. Svhvilml, ll. Murphy, VV. Gills-tt. R. James, li. Stacey. Films Committee. Left: First row, left to right: A. Adzmmfio, W. Ziegler, H. lizuula. Second row: C. Jolmsou, B. Johnson, S. Hansen, S. Erlw. Standing: U. Austin, VV. Cmnplmell, J. lic-ntlleimolg li. Snyrlor. J, Aslnussc-11, li. Olson, J, K1-sta-1', l.. Pots-rs. Library Committee. Above: Left to right: O. Goksu, l.. I.iolmg1ol4l X. Pozorski, F. Ste-inllzms, D. FI'2llll'lU', S114-lling, R. l401'SK'llt'l X. lilac-rt. l". Sr'l1z1lml:u'l1. M. Mcior. Public Relations. Left to right: li. Sim-oy, IS. lil-will, M. liic-1 ll. Boll, S. l'l4lw:1l'cls. A. ligli, .l. Stalin. The Athletie Committee headed by Chuck lfrunehino supplies equipment and trophies for intramural sports and encourages more partieipation in the various men's halls sports. The Store Board, Dan Eehalat, president and store manager, and Ed Batke, Chairman of the Board, con- trols the largest student owned and student run store in the nation, the M.H.A. store. .livery Thursday night, M.H.A. members are provided with a free movie seleeted and provided by the Films Committee headed by Charles Austin. The Publie Relations Committee headed by Blauriee Ric-e aims to promote better publie relations for the NI. H.A. both within and outside the Mens Halls Assoeiation. The Commons Committee with Chuck Jahn chair- man serves as a laison between the residents and resi- denee halls in matters eoneerning food, parking, and room serviee. Loans to persons who need them are given by the Loans Committee headed by James Rock. The Alumni Committee serves as a link between lXl.H. A. gradsates and present members. The eommittee also provides lodging for alumni for campus funetions. Commons. Below: Sitting, left to right: J. McHale, N. Newing. C. Jahn, D. Ramthun, S. Norris, D. Foltz. Standing: R. Ney. C. Frenzel, J. Phillips, M. Willizims, D. Shelp, G. Wertheimer, H. Claus, A. Zimmerman, G. Zaske, D. Trepto, P. Moiifils, J. Nieolaus, J. Aleli. Alumni.-f'Right: Sittinz, left to ri ht: R. Knadle, I. Sandvold g Y S. Sehneider, J. li. Mullendoro, N. Horn, G. Gollniek. Standing: T. Karine-man, C. Budie, S. Hansen, N. Newing, R. Miehelson. MHA Committees Loans. Below: Sitting, left to right: B. Malseh, J. Rock, D Goodman. Standing: T. Leiser, J. Finst, S. Erbe, K. Loebel, W Boetteher. ju dicial Board. Tcpz. First row, left to right: W. liaism-, A. Zinmu-rmzfn, D, Bryor. li. Sidlfllll. A. lvlmlig. Second row: li. Jzmz, J. Ruth. Store Ofhcers. G. Witterllwrg, Camera Club. T. Svhipyoreit, Middle: Left to right: D. Murphy, D. Uvkolmll Bottom: Left to right: H. Lo11k:1, D. Thompeon R. Dclwivhe, T. Jmvhow. MHA Committees Radio Club, Above: First row, left to rightz, J. I.c1n111e1'. D. Bool- tvr, G. Stzmvk. H. Yang. Second rowt, B. Kzmthzzk, A. :XIlllUI'SOl1 O, Yoigtnmn, II. Luecllkv, C. Dulhon, R. Olson, Ii. Sp:111glm'. The Juclivizil BtJill'Cl avts as 21 t'0lll'i 1'egz11'di11g the i11tr11'- p1'etz1ti011 oi' the M.II.A. Coustitutioii illlfl its hy-laws 111111 gives zidvisory opinions. The TXI0lllS Hzills Store, 1111: is the lz11'gc-st Sillfltllli ow11ecl ami l'lll1 store i11 the 11z1tio11. Ill its elevviith yt-211' of opvratioii, the store has provicled 21 iieedetl s01'1'ic-0 to :ill Kl.H.A. lIl0l1ll7Ol'S. cllllllflfd Club hzis its :1i111 the p1'01110ti011 of i11te1'11st i11 photogrziphy i11 the Cl0l'Il1 z11'0z1. T0 se-1'1'0 as a workshop for those lll0lllb9I'S wishing to se1'Vif'0 any radio 01' oler-t1'011ic' clvvive Zlllfl to provicle 1111 llllliliftlll' 1'z1cli0 st11ti011 t'01' its Illf'llll'J6l'S is the purpose of Radio Club. More news i11 EL 111o111e11t. This is WBIHA, the Radio Yoive of the Bieills Halls i11 Bl21illS0ll. TVMIIA, i11 its se-001141 your of b1'0z1dc'asti11g, proviclos listening o11te1'tz1i11- 111e11t to the BI.H.A. resiclciits. Heal' 1'0111ote l11'0adr'z1sts over this station of P110111, D01'111sylvz111iz1, and Mil Bull. Now, he1'e's more IIOWS. M.H.,-X. 111e111be1's who have kill i11te1'est i11 hu11ti11g and fishing can j0i11 tho Hunting and lfishing C0111111ittee as it is the purpose of this 1-o111111ittee t0 hriug together people with these iiiterests. The Cardirizil Dorm Bureau helps the Daily Ca1'1li1111l and the d01'111 2111911 hy colleetiiig tlllfl eclitiug cl01'111 news so as t0 proviflo hotter news cfoveluge for the cl01'111 area. 'l'ul1lishecl every three weeks, the Sp01't11to1', with enli- t01' Boh TTITJWII, p1'i11ts news pe1'ti11e11t aufl of Value t0 ull. Radio WMHA. Above: First row, left to right: P. Holter, F. Steirihntis. li. Lit-lmgoltl. D. lmhoff, D. Tliolnpsou. J. Stiuzirius, P. Perkins. C. Allie, J. Soulziti. ll. Flllllllllg. H. .-Xiiclct. S. Prom, U. Kil'C'llIIltlll, M. Pfz1r1k111-l1, S. Ames. M. Wilson, IC. Jung. Second row: D. Stem-lv, J. l?l. l'Il1111't, J. V:111 lfpps, J. llvil, J. Hofimaiii. li. lioynl. J. K0el1tz-13 B. Sp:1119',lv1', J. wv1ilflI'CJll. Il. .'XI't'Ili. li. li:1ss11111s- sell. li. li:1ke1', M. Hitzkr-. N. Pozorski, Ii.Sizv1'. I". Muziss, G. Fislivr. Third row: J. Dzmiels, li. Kz111tl1:1k. B. Dietz. VV. Kocne, J. Komuik, T. Nichols. G. MCC.ll1lll!LllHH, H. G:11'1'is011, J. liittrieh. J. St1'oz1t01'. 1llll'iIlOlVI1, F, Parsons. M. H01-sly. B. lJl't'lPl'. G. St1111c'k. li. Voigt- 1111111. Fourth row: li. Irion, D. Nohling. C. Zwirg, llIllill0lYI1, T. J111'cl10w, J. H:11'1'is, R. Michelson, lllllill0Vi'Il. R. li1'o1-11i11g, T. Mm'- Cartliy, K. Stei11l1:11'1lt', llIlkll0XYll, S. liomhzi. B. I1:11'so11. Fifth row: J. Gavin, J. Strzuiss. B. ZOI'IIllll'lllK'l1, D. JUl1llSUll. J. Flin-1't, F. Um'- li1l'll. J. VVuss0w, D. lilawkwell. M. WvilllZlIllS. T. Molzow, J. G1':111g1-, T. Nugi, B. 13l'll,lll'T, J. Daiviclsoii, D. lJt'lll1iS. Us a-Q15 Workshop. Top: Kneeling: .I. Pt'it'I'FOIl. A..Ioh:111k11ec-lit. Standing: D. M111-ti11, W. Hlll'llJlli1i. J. Nelson, L. Foley. IC. Yimg. B. Spaiigli-1-. Hunting and Fishing. Middle: Sitting: H. Fzigh-1'. Kneeling, left to right: J. iAI1fll'l'S0ll, ID. Zwivlcvy. A. H:111sc-11, R. Junco, P. Doepki-. Standing: J. P1-tc-1'so11. J. BTGl'C'l'l'. li. Sc'l111'11lst. S. Ii0llIlf'. D. Gl't'K'Il- wzilcl, W. WL-lvli, VV. H111'll111tt. T. H:111so11. Barbell Club. Bottom: Foreground: li. I.f'll1'l'l'l', Left to right C'. Svhic-k. G. IJOS-I21l'llillS. T. l"l1l01't. li. l":1lk. ll. W':111Llc11'sc'l1c-itlt. 307 MHA Store Store Personnelg Left to right: V. Meulenmns, A. Dupuis, O. Lien, J. Frzizee, S. Sel1w:n'tz, M. liziueii, P. Ziegler. 308 The Menls Halls Assoc-iation is performing a service by lmving a store for the M.H.A. Ill0Il1lJ61'S. The store pro- vides dormitory residents with nec-essities and minor eon- venienees. In return for the M.Il.A. sponsorship, the store helps provide support for M.ll.A. in the form of rent. The elerks, with Orv Lien as head elerk, are given the invaluable sales and 1H0l'l'll2ll1illSlllg2,' training whieh they will be able to use in later life. Presiclent and Store Mana- ger Dan liekolrlt, together with viee-president and ae- eountant Dave Murphy, and the rest of the store board fnriuulzite the general policies and keep the store in good running order. This has been news of the lXlen's llulls Assoc-izition brought to you ever NVIDIA, the radio vniee of the Klen's Halls. Hfloorl-bye, :incl tune in again next year." Greeks . "sri :av - :' xI0l1'l'C il sorority girl now. First row, left to right: G. Jostucl. st-1-1-otz1,1'y: I.. S. SC'llll'llll4'S, N. Lange, c'ol'r4-spomliiig sc-c'1'0tz1i'yg Alpha Chi Omega livin' Nloni, llc-rv I ani all ilu' l'nix'01'sity ol' Wisvonsin, und ont- ol' tho first things that l must dvr-idv is wlietlim' or not l will rush. I'x'v l102ll'il :1 lot about thc sororities from tht- nppvi' vlassinvn lic-rv in the dorni, hut I think I will rush, :ind limi' what tho sorority girls' sidv of tho story is. Thx- hook that I got for Xvw Student WN-k says that so1'o1'iIivs lizwv at lot to oI'l'c-r, und my student guido told us than if wo :irc in doubt that wc should rush anyway. IVO LLl'0Ilil l'vcl11il'vcl to pleclgri ut anytime, so I gui-ss that I will go to suv what it's likr-. I have boon trying to lvzirn tho nznnvs of tho sororitir-s l'I'0lU the lillll llvllvnic- hooklvt. C'l:n'k. S. Ove-thy. K. liim-svli, tl'v:Ls111'c-1': IJ. lic-ll, prvsidcntg Mrs. Slonnnons, llOllS4'Illlllll0l'Z P. Uziwson, J. Hazrtig. K. Dunlop. Vll'l'-Ill't'Slll1'lliI B. Holt. Second row: li. Mzuwmly, li. Iiiirson, li, Nolson, M. Bra-itr'nsl4-in, li. Porlcrson. CY '1lllI'tl,ll, V, Zwnk. S. xVlll't'll'I'. K. Dc-sc-ns. M. M1'KenZie, N. Xvilson, K. Hxirniison. C. Puppudis. Third row: J. King, A. Kimhel, X. I Wazro, IS. Ilvins-nianni, J. Skogg. Fourth row: M. man, J. Grunt. S. Ch1'lSfl2LllSC'Il. K. TlllIl'XX'iiC'l1tK'l'. Aulwig, S. SC'l1XVCI1liK'l', l.. IIUI'l'I11llIl, V. Hzirrisnn. M. C:1v:1n:1ugli, .l. Stnllson. K.S4-ssh-r, N. Kxwwgm-1', I.. VVe0kcfl, Y. llziwc-, .I. K1'er'klow, J. Nvlc-son. H. Oukvy, .-X. Svliwobkc, A. VVzul0- J. Slngg. Fifth row: A. I'1'ingl4-. A. Norinun. S. He-nvs. B. Spivuzzzi, ll. Blillor. M. Class, N K. Nc-lson, .l. liihzi, D. Rolwrts, .I. Fislu-r. C. Page-l, .l. Dmigler, M. lilll'li1'. Sixth row: T, cllll'lSi0llSOI1. R. Moya-r, .L Svhweers. M. Mv- Iiziughlin, I". lZ.vgo1ibQ1'g, .I. ihnlm-rsoii. S. Strchlkv . G. linir, Ii. Taniivr, l7. lgl'IlI'll. G. Boylston, IJ. Morroll. D. Giswolrl. .. -. .,u. aa V S 12? 'N Kgs 4 -far, E i ' i 5 i i E E 3 2 L Alpha Epsilon Phi Today was the lirst rushing day, and now I know why they c-all it rushing. I have been assigned to a group of rushees with a leader who is niee and Very understanding. She is an ac-tive of one of the sororities, but she ean't tell ' ' us whieh one. We all got dressed up in suits and hats, and began to Visit some of the sororities. lVithin two or three days we must go to all fifteen sororities, and most of them seem to he alike. As we walk in the door, some- ,., one grabs us and pins on a name tag. Then we stand around and play "who-do-you-know." It's the same at every house, but in many a house its really lun. V Ni KN, Monday night at the house. First row, left to right: L. Ruhovits, A. Glasser, K. Klivens, C. Halpert, M. Levitan, D. Craig, J. Spilka, S. Waldman, vice-president, Mrs. Peek, J. Wtlil. president, C. Krohn, sc-c'reta1'y: B. Alk, treasurer: J. Waldinger, R. Bassman. B. Moskowitz. Second row: J. Polaelieek, house manager: H. Fox, J. Fox, D. Trochee, J. Aron, C. Greenwald, P. Miller, M. Baker, C. Bernstein. T. .Goodnian, L. Frank, S. Shapiro, J. Perl- man, J. Polisky, J. Stein. Third row: E. Brown. Fishman, M. Stein, L. Wertheini, B. Goldstein, M. Schloss, R. Friedman, J. Shaffer, B. Bayer, R. Kifferstein, J. Sharlin, M. Perlofif, S. Zcmbroski, S. VVQ-instein, B. Greenberg, S. Hammerman. Fourth row: B. Alderman, R. Bass, F. Nethoy, S. Goldstein, D. Desenberg, V. Cohen, B. Scrlievliter, H. Xovivk, N. Himmelblau. L. Barik, P. Press, S. Luhell, S. Fetcheinier, E. Burash, B. liisenherg, S. Goldhoss. Fifth row: K. Alpert, J. Grosberg. IC. Lever, J. Bornstein, I.. Brown. X. Hirsch, B. Vlfeinstein, J. Tim-ko, E. Prooslin, M. Teitlc-man, Carl, A. Kassner, S. Stern, S. Kahn, J. Stillman. 3 s .. Sf. nfs. i5ws14f'3ilH!lH ., n-an am- , M.. , V ww sfwsmgmvsirlf lm.. ,E First row, left to right: C. Iiymlc-rs, C. liloxclorf, J. IJeVVvsv. tI'CILSllI'0l'Q J. lNIvyz-V, Vlf'O-lJl'l'Slfll'l1l-I IJ. l.0oc'li. llousu pre-sicls-111: Mrs. lizigonv, l.:u1clsi1c-ss, prvsiflc-ut: V. Milla-r, FOL'I'C'fIlI'yQ A lim-airliy. J. llattilo, N. Stilvs, BI. Iluwv. Second row: G. fil'llIl0I', S. Gentilv, C. Ollcerling W. Volkriiziiiu B. G11-mi, Ii. I.rwhnrlm'f, S. wIllltl'lllgl'l', D. llor1'c-icl, S. Steililmi-rg, li. l.:Li'ki11, A. Czirtr-i', D. llvllnvss, .L lfvllnr, M. Il:ikc-, N Vlfzigiiviz Third rpw: K. Miller, IC. Vxmclvrm-oy, J. Cllzilwzifl, J. Hviimw, J. N4-luring, l.. Haxton. J. Wullvy, J. l.:iMc-nn li. Bism'lml'l', D. Wagner l'..XNlllltl.Il1S, .I, l.lli4'I111ll1: IJ.. Nelson, Fourth row: M. Sprirlglw. P. lirzuism-, T. lYlllltLIIlS0ll. M. J:1l1i1lw. M. K4-yl1i:1.1'. M. Sfllljll. D.Sl:1lil, B Cnn'cl:L, ll. lioelim, B.YIXllQlllSf'll, I.. Pziplw, M. Sins. .-X. ciI'OIHIHU. Fifth row: S. Mais-V, S. llllimla-iililnpf, I.. Potrvr. lf. Rislwii. P. lY:1lke-1' J. liosc-11, M. Chigon, S. SIIOIUIIILIIII, J. .Xmlvi'son, P. Cain, C. Pmliinsxm, Sixth row: M. 'l'rollei', M. IhIllQ'lll'l', P. l'm-tc-morn, li. Witiir-li. IS .lm-i'n, I.. liuppvl. U. fJl'lll'llIl, P. Vnlrnum. li. Ns-riiutz, H. VV1-rtli, li. Olson. IC. Ha-l11'i11,Lf, B. liislcsfn. 1 v Alpha Gamma Delta llm-llo, l'i1ivc-rsily li cmzm tlmusv. . .. lilvzu' Mom, tm 'l'odziy wv start 1-rl informal l'llSlllllg2Q, whim-h is tl lot lll0l'0 fun. Ifirst of all, we clicl11't IIZIYU to gm to all ul' thv swim'- um l itic-S, just the mics that we Wtllllilfl to Cprovinling we gm iilvitutimls to 1'r'tui'ul. NYG wurc- sw'c-:llc-1's :mil skirts, amd - :r"v'f . ' . . . 5 la e-zivlm S0l'Ul'llY haul Dl'01J2ll'llCl 21 slut tm' us. ll was :1 lot ol lun, zulcl iliv ac-livvs in tlw so1'm'iIy Hvlllllllfl to like il muvh llltlllxl' lun. lic-vziiisv tlir-y rlicl11't lmvv In lw so Very stiti' ziml forilizil. I :im gvlliilg to know il fvw ul' the girls zx lilllv lwltvr, ziml llvv ill-virlvcl to plc-clggc-. Now I IIZIVU to ll2lI'l'flNYllUWl1 my vlmil-vs. At 0110 of ilu' lmllsvs, two lmys llrvssocl lilu- girls t'l'2LSll0Il lhrl party, :xml rf-ally 1'2lllHi'fl am llIJl'Ulll' lm' il wliilv. jumping mm' thnx lilll'llIllll'O, slimming, 1-lv. I'lY0l'yOllU vxvc-pi tlw liuiismiiotlwi' tlmugglit it was vclry fiumy. l illink I will lilw SUl'0l'lly lifv. Cil' tlwy wuiit me-li ewvrymw swim to lw liuviiig su mur-li lim luggvllifw. Sl 2 iii. ! , ... E M 'fi I Q Il gli? -I '-mic? -JQ ' is 151435 -.,. '.fE:., . -fmilgw gg-19.55 I1 :ma 5 M I 51522532 First row, left to right: K. IIiII, S. hIIl,L'l'IiCl', IC. Iiznlmlm, M. Hand, Imnse 1n:niug01'g S. B0Sc'I1. vivv-p11-sinlm-1113 U. Myors, prvsitlm-nt: If. .XII:1n, vivo prvsiclollt.: J. Iicnu-, ll'l'2LSlll't'l', N. Vinson, M. Ilzuw. N. Glinntz. I. Kunn. Second row: J. Svlnnixlt, IJ. Iionssy, C. I,m-kwoocl. V. I'It'tLl'lllfl,, S. Yates, J. Bailey, J. lNIikkIQsnn, IS. Nm-nn-1-, M. Iinriglit, X. Aspinwazll, N. Beattie, M. Rrwlie. Third row: II. IInIm:n't, K. Klng. M. Kc-Ima-, S. VVCCLI, B. Forcl, S. Snvargc, J. I.:n'Iw, M. H4-nipv, J. Bztlzur, K. Mycrs, F. Somineis, D. Dnlvs, S. cIl'0XS'llIlIlll, S. Rmlsv. Fourth row: li. Johnson, S. I"1'i0tI1'if'I1, IMI. Atlclington. L. Lyons, S. Linkc, M. Hulmbalrd, INT. Finley, N. Yolkinzm, G. Milla-1', L. I,v:Lr'I1, C'. Ilnvis, Ii. C'I1:nnImc.-rs, C. Nernev. Fifth row: J. Pzunlolfi, I". Mym-rs, C'. Tliivlc-, N. I.ottu1', S. O'Le:n'y, M. O'Le:n'y, J. Hoffinzni, J. IYy:1tt, If. Iinrns, M. fIl'Ilt'lllllP.fl'l', C. Rzzsniussc-n. Sixth row: J. Iino, S. Svitvr, M. IJ:xIton. C. VVQ-Idin. G. Ogle, S. Bc-rkv, B. Antlt-rson, IJ. I.c-in, K. cItll'lltLt'Il2Lll, A. Otjvn, IJ. Ifliart, C. Clark, S. Otto, Ii. Sr'InuI0. Alpha Phi Dear Mom, By now, and I wvnt that not unc' ing sossion, clrossos, but During this svrts at two, Inst night and tmligllt. I was so full of pir- tI1z1t I c-mild Il2lI'lIIj' talk, Init I Inul tug so I mlicl. 'I'I1c- clin nvrs wore- vvrv i111p1'c-ssivv. .Xt at 4-unplo nl' Imnsvs at fm- tornity -1 funny songs: it was wry nic-v. I :nn Iwginning to knnw svv01':1I ot tlw gurls in vnvll Imnsv wvll. :xml Iwst ot z1II, I 1-an l'0lIlt'1llIJt'l' 21 Int ol' IIN-ii' mnnvs. 1ilISIlIIl"' is :III ovvi' lmw, z1ncI 2lIlIl0llg1QIl Iylll vm-ry tire-ml, it has I llc-1-iclvcl In Imicl tlnt unc! tI1:1l I Iikv IIN' Iwst. First row, left to right: H. Xygren, B. Rolmr, E. Iirott, C. Northrop, president, Mrs. Clorn, B. Hunflley, vieo-presidentg K. Koten, N. Quinn, A. Rose, M. Sehneider, M. Tool. Second row: B. I'rfer, I". Reising, K. Breitzke, M. Wilson, V, Dodrieks. J. Blumer, D. Fox, J. Kerr, L. Rznnlow, B. Ludden, V. Rogan, D. Dunezin. Third row: J. Lohr, J. Gluth, N. Brew, D. Olstad, J. Stoffel, D. Ruehl, B. Thompson, J. Chlfxndzi, M. Bryan, J. Vein Epps, M. Johnson. Fourth row: P. McCormack, J. Stoekmun, S. Sehneller, D. Modding, R.. Schroeder, I.. Metcalf, treas- urer, M. Mennes, S. Maloney, N. Koetseh, B. Stutz, I3. VVhitney, J. Jziekson. Fifth row: P. Strzxke, Ii. Ploenske, C. .vXnderson, G. Usher, G. Hzmiany G. Iiowe, eorresponding soeretfnyg J. O'Connor, M. Buehrens, J. Tucker, M. Bell, S. Williamson. Sixth row: I3. lVIzitthews, M. Hundley. M. Skzuilen, P. Diekson. C. Meineke, C. Krocplin, J. Clayton, M. Mundschaw, C. Johnson, P. Page, I. Iilriekson. bsssss .... boom. . nh. . . Alpha Xi Delta Dear Blom, Today I had to deeide whether I would pledge right away, or to wztit for at while. I der-ided to pledge now, and get in on the fun innnedizttely. But that still leaves another hig prohlem: whieh house shall I pledge? I must turn in my preferenre ezird to the lytlll-HC1ll0Illf' othee, listing my tirst three ehoiees. ICzteh sorority, in turn, will sulnnit Z1 list ot the girls whom they wont tor pledges. If my Iirst ehoiee sorority has my mime on its list. then I :nn at pledge of that sorority: it' not, then I will pledge the sorority that hats turned in my nztme highest on my preferenee list. I just ezxnlt deeide whieh one I like the hest: they're all so good. There is one thing for sure. even il' I don't get my first ehoiee, I will he happy with the one that I get. Just lmeing uhle to sity that I :tm it Greek will niulie me very proud und also very happy. 314 Chi Omega Dear Blom. I got :L letter from the Pain-Ilellenic' oflire, informing me that I had he-en plemlglgecl to the sorority that I had put down as nunilmer one. I went over for dinner tonight :ind inet all my plc-clge sisters. They are :ill really won- derful kids, and I um glzul that I got The sorority lhzit I wanted. Most ol' the urtives are renlly swell, tool though some ol' them ure ai little rross to the pledgrs. But they say that it is good for us, that we heroine too superior our first week on UZIIHIJIIS when everyone treats us like queens. Personally, hom-x'e1', I think that I would he all right without all ol' that, but I guess it's pzirt of living an insignifimuit pledge. I'Ioweyer, most of the girls are very kind to us. They liuve lu-mi showing us the ropes, both :it the house and around the campus. They told us that ggracles were Very helpful, und liuyv exam files that weuse. You don'L nieun it. First row, left to right: D. Ki-lla-r, .I. lfhlers, I. l'Irif-ksvn, I". Montgomery. .I. Kif-drowski. IS. Parsons, ll'4'2lSllI'1'I'I K. Caldwell, president: M. Hilliard. sm-r1'et:11'y: .I. VVlim-lm-r, IU. Gr:nig':i:n'd. Stark. M. Lenz. N. Stronigren. Second row: .I. Phillipson. Swiiiyzircl, li. Keene, .I. VVil- kins, M. Smith, N. Johnston, A. DePuv, li. Vlvivc-l, IJ. Boswell, S. Anderson, N. Sc-lierr. IJ. Ilregne, .L Ryaill. Third row: .I. Crowell, -I. Morris, .I. Koss, .I. x'IiLl'D1JllillII, R. Hopkinson, Ii. Monson, P. Czilvi. .I. Griffin, N. Huggies, Ii. Mayor. K. Olson, K. Olson, IC. Czirlnirhziel. S. Hondrir'kson. Fourth row: I.. I:'IlIHgl'4'Il, .I. Payne, .I. Shulz, IS. Bell, K. I'lrir'ksen, K. Gunnison, M. Williziiiis, M. Mzitzko, Il. Steull, I.. Krug, IJ. Hill, S. Yorvn. Fifth row: C. Kiser. N. Me.-Xlezivy, .I. S:ih1-rlieli, G. Doran. N. Iiaikke, .I. Phillips. N. IV1ueller, S. Trinilmle, X. M1-inke, .I. Imveque, IJ. Kirelnnzin. A. Morris, K, .Xsclic-r. P. Arnold, .I. Dix. Hhs.. IY1-ll ll1v1'1- was llle 0110 li1111-. ,. Delta Delta Delta IDOLII' Mom, g1l1l I was l'Hl'lIlillly plmlgrvcl all lllf' SlIl'Ul'llj' lllllls 1 N . A 1 ,., , snug lo IIS. 'I'l11111 llw p1'11si1lc'11l of llw 1-llaplm' illllllllll was l'!'C'lllll1 very llllppy lllill I lmcl plvrlgwl. irst row, left to right? -.I. II111'l, .I. li:1ilsc'l111l1. .I. O'M1f:11':1, M. Milla-11 S. I'I:ll'll'I'. V11-11-p1'c-sirll-11l3 P. lfilllllllll. ll'l'llSllI'l'l'I li, Kay, .I. -IlllSl'lll M. I5:111111g:11'l11111', Ii. l'1-1lx. li. liuvsvl, M. Slllllll. Second row: .I, Clillvllv, Ii, VY:llll'I', S. N11sslv:111111, .I. IIOSl'llll12ll, IJ. Ilollis, M. McfGi1111 I lJ1l3111111 II II1ll NI Illllllll M QIIILI lf' lil A ' ' ' " 1 Q' Hum. I C111 f' ' 'tlml 1 - . 1 1 .,,. 1- --1.A-11,.1, , I , N Qs11'. Thlrd row: N. C :1l1lwvlI, A. XN111kl1.1', M. IgllI'I1S, . ' . . -'H11,g:11'4l. M. A1-1 .' 1' 11111 .I Ii:111cl:1ll .I xY1111lll'I'IxIl1lll'I1, .I lluppc-l. Fourth row: Y. XYil2,'Ilf'I'. .I. N11-Cli1111i X. I?lll'flUIl. 5. II:11'1'1111:111. l,. 'Io111'l1. A. Il2lj'SSl'll, 5.5l1ll11 . . , . , V 1 . Izvc-11so11. Sl'l:l'l'l1ll'y1 M. I3111'l's11-, .X. P11t111'so11. li. HIl'lil'Il, IS. lic-1'zi11slay. M. Dim-lsc'l1, O. Ilulzw. .I. Iiu11uv11sl1y. Ii. f2llI'llllIlCj'l'l'. I.. lI:111s011 IS. .Iol111s1111, YF1fth rew: .I. Vlvilllllllilll. M. lf1ll:1111l. D, llixsm, K. C':11'lsl1-i11, .I. l5llI'llS, .I. Slow-11s, S. Sl:11-klxmlse. li. Iill'I1lIll0. S. .Xvv1'y, I liz13'lcJx1', li. Ixo1'l1. Slxth row: M. IXIIQIIJIJOII, Y. lim'11il.z, .I. I"1':1iIing. .X, R'Il'GI'IlNX', .I. IilC'lllI7l'll, A. INI1n'l1'y. S. O'li1'i1111, .I. Illlllll, II. Pltllhilll 1111 . l'1'I1Sl1llIl, I, Ii0l1Q1'11ir'li, .I. W'l1il1'. K. Tho - 1-lwluwfcls fo 11,1 1. ..41:11miaw:f . , . . 1- 1- ' Q 1- 1 1 . 1. .f - - .. .. ,,,A..L .X lol nl' Wllilll Witlll llll is lop S0l'I'ltl, lblll I C'Llll give you Illl lCll'2l ol lmw ll1llJI'l'SSlY0 llllt l'0l'PllllIlly ls. All ol IIS 111-11 ploclgggc-s glillllixlltll in 21 l'Il'l'llt lllblfllllg l1:1111ls. 'lllw l'UlPIll 11'-1' l1l mulv luv 1'-111cll0l1U'l1l :111cl llll' IIIJIJOI' l'li1SSXYlJIIlPll lc-rvcl llw svr'1'0l ozllll lo us, 211111 our plc-clge 111oll1v1's plll lbll Ulll' pls-flgv pins, I'Izll'll Ulll' ol' IIS IIIIS il lnlvrlggv llllllllil NYIIO is illl 2ll'llX'0 illlll will 1Jl'lIll2ll3lj' Irv lllll' lwsl l'1'i11111l 111 .V llw :1l'llX't' l'l1ilIJl0I'. WI11111 I Villlllt lJ2ll'li to llw 1lm'111, I Delta amma Dear Blom, Lust night l went over to the Hhousei' for song prae- tiee. All of the pledges were there, and most of the ee- lx tives, too, and it was great fun. The songs We sing are the old traditional ones of the sorority: seine of them are rather stilted, hut most ot' them are catchy and very elev- er, and our song leader tries her best to make us sound good. I had to stay afterwards for phone duty. livery evening Sunday through 'l'hursduy one pledge eonies over to the house and answers the telephone whenever it rings. It's ai good way to get to know the aetives, and it's really not so niueh work, sinee at few girls get on the phone and talk for hours. First row, left to right: J. Keyser, scholastic ehziirmang G. Brennan, S. Mellenezunp, corresponding seereteryg J. Hicks, recording secretary, M. Dubois, house presidentg Mrs. Chase, L. Pike, presidentg M. Lawnin, treasurer. B. Blutholm, soeinl ehziirmznig J. Cameron. Second row: L. Lowrey, J. Brown, K. Sillers, M. Ferguson, J, Wisner, B. Barry. PI. Ketehum, P. Peterson, V. White, S, Burkhart. Third row: B. Nieman, M. Frankfurth, M. Stillman, J. Adams row: J. Clay, F. Kayser, J. Sehultz, I McKenzie. Fifth row: M. Stzmunt, B. S Jeffrey. Sixth Buskens, N. S 8 row: D. VVitln'ow, R. S1 ssions, S. Burgoon. Here's to Sally :ind the wary she does the hula. li. Russell J. Mayer, S. Hanson, J. Alt, C. Brown, A. Rugutz, R. Pommerening, li. Jones. Fourth Bretseheni H. Hauigztn, I. Sulverson, S. Adams, J. Goodwin, C. Crowley. N. Moore, M. Emery, G. ziehs, G. Olwell, E. Munson, P. Gzzrver, B. Schultz, N. Hooper, M. Ross, M. Anderson, S. Vurner, L. nith, S. Hzizeezunp, D. Her1n:i,n, J. Dunn, C. Coehramne, S. Randolph, B. Kemps, V. Soderlmerg, N. mmmma ' N C st row, left to right: V. 1i1'1111g111'. S1'f'l'1'111l'j'I M. 11111'11111g11111, 1111111-111'1'5i1l11111: Cf C11115511l, 111'11511l11111: M1'5. R. C'. IILIIIII, 11. T1111115, if l111111l1l111, 111 21Slll'1'l'. Second row: P. l31'I1I'Z!I1l. M. G111111'1, M. ISIIIT, M. RIll11C'Il, M. Hl12Q1IlS, VV. Ii1l1U'I'. Ii. T1111113 ll. Sl111:11'. Third row: S. 111'l'Ql11S1. 1 lJ'11'i5 'NI fY14J1'1UIl M. K11111111'11l1. M. D11111'1111'. ll. 155111. .I.Sl1111111111'1l. 11. 511111111111l115k1111111, M.S1'1111fl'111', li. l111111l1111'1. Fourth row: .1. 1111551111: '1 1' ' ' '1 ' 5 1 4 ff Il f11'11ll HI. 1111l1111'l11111, 11. f'111'511'1111, V. 11111-11l11.11'1, N. 'lil-Ill1'SUll. Fifth row: .1. l'11'1111gLg111'. X 15111111111 KI. R11111. N. 1 I1 11. C . 1111111 . 1 . l..1,,1111. 11.1 1, . I 11'1 1111 511111111 1111-tx, X. 1x1l1Ilf1S-Vllilll, R. Y1111lz. IJ. M11151111. li. Vv1l0j', 111. O1111115. 111, .1X111l1'1111'5. Delta Zeta 1111.1 1DG21l' NI11111, 1' 1 1 1'1l'1l121j' 111111111115 1 1111111 111 lllj' 11151 1ll11Ul'111ill 1l21I'1j' 111111 11 1A1'i1T0I'll11j'. W11 11ll 11551111111l1111 111 1111' 111111511 111111111 f11'1 5111-11 11 15111111 1111111, 111111 111111 21 1111 1111 1'11ll1111'5, 11l1111111g11 11111 111 111111. '1'l111 5111111111' 111 11111 1111g5, 1111111111 11111115 illlil 1-111'l'111 11111 1 11111111 111111 11'11 1111 5111111 1'1'111111'11111' 111111 1-11111111511 51111115 7 , . ' . , ' v . .4 v . ' . , ., . 11 1-111111, 11111 11111111 15 51111111 1111111115111 lllllllg 111111 Nilfh 111 11111'11 111 1111 11111 111' 11111111111511 111' 1111111. ,X111'11'111', 1 111111 5111111 11111111-l1111l1111g 111115 lllflt 1 11111111 11'1ll 11511 11111 11111 511111111i11111 1 11'111111-k. All 1111 11111 111111111115 111111 111 1111 1l1111'e, 211111 1111151 111 . 11111 1111111115 1111111 11111. '11111' 11111'5 CI 111111111 '11111111"1 f1'11111 'M 11111 1'1'111111'11111' 1-1111111 111111 11111111111 115 111111' 111 1111111 111111511, 71111011 111' 51111111 11111111111 11111111111 111 11111111 11111' 21 11'l11l11. 1 111111 11115 511 5111' 111111 1111 2'11IllUS1 l'2lll 1111'111' 11111111 l 511111 11111111 11'115 1'1111ll1' g11111l, 211111 111'1111'11'111'1l5 111111 111' 1l1111'11ll1111'5 111'1111g111 1 112141 5111111 11 11111711 1111111 111211 1 111111111 111 l11111'11 111 11111111 -N 1 - .1 , -..Q1.-- . 1 41.-..,v. . .1 First row, left to right: S. 111l111l1'1'. A. 111111-1111. 11. 1'1'i1-111-111:11111, 11, 111111ll11111111-1'. NI. P1-1'1'1-:11111, KI. P1-11-1's1111. 111's1 111-1--111'1-si111-111,3 12. C':11111-1-1111 11111111111 I3 N1111i11f 111111111 1 11111111141 11111 111 P 1111111 111111 111111111111 11111111 111111 1111111111111111 111 1 rw----1'-S Qv- --Q11-11'4N11-11' Seco r0v11: 11. 111111111-.1 11. ?1Hi1XV!11ll. 51.161111-11. ff .5111-111-111, B1111l111, 11. S1-1111. Cf 1111'111'1'1. .11'1'11111. 11.i11:11'is. .1. A2115-111. .1. 111-1111. SI. i'1'11'1ss. 1'1l'2lI11iS. 'ljhifd row: .11111111111', M1111-1. P. 11l'g11Il, CI 1111511-, S. 111'Ill1, 11. .1111-111-111, S. 1111111-11, S. '11I'1il121l'j'. 11. R4:1v1-1. 11. 11llI'111ll1, 11 111-11111-11. 11. C111-:111111. 11. 111-1'1'. O. 1,1I11111lI'S. Fourth row: .1. P1111-1-. 5. X 11111115 N. 511111. 1.. C ll111'Il. 171 11111111-1111-. P. 1111-1111-11 .1. 1111111-1's1-11, Y 111ll1XX11! K 151111 11 N11111111-1 1' Q11l1X11 1 111111 1 11111111111i11111 11 V1 1 Fifth 0 1 111111111 1 15111 4 1111111 1 1111111111 F 15' .. . "". .-1' ....'..1' ' f' lilfllllill, FWS.. "",,.. 'I4'.1.. ".-. 'I 11. f1'1-s:111, .1. f1'1Jx11j', 15, C1111-, 1. 1111-111-1. 11. 1,1'l1'1l. C, h1111111:11'11. M. B1z1111q1-. 1,. 1'1':111x. 1. C11-1'1111-1'. 1. 1.j'11f'1l. S1Xth row: .1. 1111111-. X 11:1111. 11. 11l':111'f', N. Y111,1i111. 1'. 11llI'111'111111', 11, 11111'11Ilg, .1, 11111-11-, If 1Y11111111s. .Xl 1Y1111:1IllS, 11, X1-51111, .1. 1'1:1g1ll1111. Gamma Phi Befa 131-111' N111ll1, 521111111211 2l1.11'l'll111J1l X111 :111 ,QQi111l11l'1'11 211 1111- 111111s1- 111 skirts 111111 s11'1-:111-rs 111' 111'l'1l111f121S :11111 111z11'1-111-11 111 1'111'1-1.- 111'1-1' 111 21 1iI'2l11'l'I111j' 111111511 1111' 21 11s11-1111111 11z11'11. T111- 1111-111'y 111. il 11x11-1111111 IJ2ll'1j' is 111111 21 112111-1'11i1y 111111 N111'111'- 111' 11111 15211111-1' 21111111111 il 11111111 111111 11s11-11 111 2111 1111111 51211111- 111' 11111 1111111112111 11-11111: 1111111-1'1-1', 11 111111111 1111111- 111111111-11 111111 11'11y. W1- :111 S111 11111111 1111 1111- 1'111111' 111111 1:11111-11 111' 1112151311 11I'1C1g1'I 111' 1111- 11':1'1'. 1,111 151-111111: 111 111- 1111111- 21 111'i11gL1- 112111. 1 11111-11 1111- 111111'1i1111- 111' 1111- 11111111-, 111'1'2l11S1' 111111111 x1-1'1-11 1114 1111- 1111-11 111' 1111- 1.I'2l1Ul'1l11j' 1111111- 111111'11stz111's :111 11I'1'SH1'11 up 111 111111111111is11 1-11s1111111-s 111111 1J211l'1111'H, 11141-11-11-s, 1l'lllllpl'1S7 :11111 111'11111s. 211111 S11 1111. :11111 1111111-11 11-1'1'i1111- IIIIIS11' 111:11 111- 1'111l1l1 :111 sing 111. 11 11':1s 1111-211 111111. 11111 1111 1111- 11111111-, I 1-1111si111-1'1-11 1111- ID21l'1y il 121111111-, 11'1- 111111111 111z1k1- 11111- 111' 11111' 11i11s. 1 11111111 1111-11-:1111 11151. 319 111 111 111-:1s1-111111 1111s... ,,,,.,,-1,,,,-W MNNQVNW - N,.,,.... wh., . N.--.,...1.,,W.1.111,.,,, ,, , , M ,MMWA - 1 1-WW-M lw'S?'Yss First row, left to right: M. li1':111s11, IS. IVl'l'SIJll. M. Us1:111111,' M. S1l'VU1lS,!IN1I, 1i:1ss11111', N. II1111111, Mrs, G:1111-111111. P. Ijlllllltllll, 111'11s1d11111.3 P. l"1'11,s1'11, v11'11-111'11si11111111 J. J11w111l, Ii. X111s1111, li. D1111111s. Second row: P. lflspy, H. l.11111111:111, S. li1111111:l111, 13.151-11111111111 INI. 11:1111:1w:1y, P. P:11'- s1111s, S. Iil'0l'Il11.':1l, J. Si1111111:111, P, VlPCxg11I', M. li11lZ1111l1111'11, 11. 111ss111', .l. C'la11'k. Third row: IC. G1l1l1, Cf l11l11y, I". l1:11'k111', S. Il1Ll'1S1l, G. 1111111, S. VV11:1v1111, VV. VV11111111111', li. S1, C'1:111', J. '1'l1:1y111'. S. 1i111sl1, 11. I4il1l1l1'1'. Fourth row: 13. 13z11'l1111', S. l1111111:11'11, IC. liruss. M. J. Mi111111111111, S. M11111l111o11, 11, S1'11VYill'1Z, M. ll:11'k1111, G. 1'lI'Ill'li1'11011, C. K1':111s11, X. I14'1'1'I1L1, M. M11li11l11111'g. S. IJ1X1lIl. Fifth row: S. Cl1JNVI1.I1. IC. I'l:1s1111:111. T. C':1111w1111, 11. 111111. M. I.. li11111f11'11s1111, J. 1.11v1s, 11. M:1111s1111. J. M:11111111, S. S1'l11'111:11111', 11'1e11s111'111': .l. M11D11w11l1. Sixth row: J. I1l1l'1011.I11. C. 111111' IJ rIII'11'lN'1 S Ie111l'11 17 11111111 P X11lf1111 M. M111's11l1, I.. M111'1111y, P, M111's11, Y. S1111111, 11. M1-17ow1111, S. St1111k1-1. .1, . ,1.. x, . ,..,.,, 1Yl1y 11111111 111:1v11s 11111111 11111' 111111111 1111111' :1w:1y'? -M V1 W -e . .vii Kappa Alpha Theta 1311111 K111111, G11111' is 11 11z1sV 111 11111 11111111111 111 11111 s11111111sl I'1'11 1l'Il'd 1 7 1 31 111 s11111y 1111111 111 11111 11111'111. 11111 11111 girls 111111111 11111 111111-11 11111515 111111 111111'11's a1l1x'11ys s1111111111111g Qlgllillg 1111 111211 I'11 111111 gel 111 1111. A 1111 111' 11111 s1111111111s go 1111w11 111 11111 11- 111'i11'yI 11's 1'2111'1j' 11111111 111 11111 Sllllly halls 1l1111'11 111111 111 :111 111111 11111 S11111f' 1111l1s l1211'1i 211 1111311 S1-111111l1. 11111 111211 111111s- 1 111 1111111 11111 11111 1111111115 11111-1111s11 :111 I 1111 is S11 11111111 :11111 112111111 11111 1111ys Willli 111 :11111 11111 111' 11111 1111111: 1'V11 111111111 11111 1111s1 111111-11 1111' 11111 111 11111, 11111115 11111111 is 111 11111 s111'111'11y 111111s11. '1'l1111'11 1111: 21 11111' 111s11'1111111111s, 11111 11111111 1s 11l11'11ys s1111111111111 21111111111 111:11 11:15 Ifillilxll 11x'111'y 111111 111' Illy 1'11111's11s 111 1111111 11111 11 1 11111111 11. 11' I 1111111 11111111 111111111 ILXVZLY 1'1'11111 111V 11111111s. illl 111'11v11 sl111111s 111 11111 111 g111 111 11111 s11111111s, 111' 111s11 1111s 11111 11:11 1111 :11111 lllillil' 11111' 111111, 1111111 111' W1111'1l z11'11 1'11111111s1x'11 111 1111111111111 1111 111y 1-11111'111111'z1111111. 320 . 'Xl 1 ik if F . . wi F N First row, left to right: J. Spl-:mx J. QDXVOII. X. Alike-1-. H. llm-lig, t1'o:1sl11'e-1': M. Mummy. pn-simlvutz S. Duerst, H. lim-, IJ. Hull. Second row X. Plaltm-r. J. Mzxlleuclore-, D. lifigvlluv., G. l'll'lll112L1lll, li. Jolmsou, li. Jalvowitz, G. xYlllC'llllllI'f.f. S. Svliven IS. Grlllll. Third row: NI. Jonvs. l. H:u'kl11u'11. li. Bzlircl. B. Bulvlm, if Sl'llXY2ll'lZ, N. WY1flllSllDl'k, M. cDIl.liXYO0Cl7 J. Dollm, A. N4-ttlvton. B. Borgllollz, S. llvvinv. Fourth row S. Mc-yclrs, Ir. Cl1:l1'la11cl, C'. Sc-hilling, S. Turner, J. '1'orr-:mr-v, M. Kvoloy, Olmmn, ll. Plvirs, M. Bell. lj. Ham-lmo. Fifth row: J. Arrflwr G. Klloup. S. McCue, X. Hzlmrm-tt, M. N4'llDl2LI1l1, A. Blllgl'l', M. .l:Lnzm1, J. VVilli:ln1s, M. Slvifll. J. Nell. Sixth row: P. lime-, NI. Plalyforcl if Fitz-Gilmlmoll, M. Pctl-rson, ll. Holmf, J. Tivdvmzlll. li. lilllll'0l'SI'lll11lll, P. Hzzltc-1', J. Wolll, S. Smovk. Ka p pa De lfa Studying on the pivr. . .must be for finals. Dom' Mom. lfriclzxy night we haul our sorority forlual. ll was u yc-ry nil-v :1l'l':1i1'. The-se formuls Cxyv lluyv two every yvurl urc- zllmoul the only c-ham-os tlw girls got to ask 21 lvllow out. Tho only trolllnlv is that wc must loot the bill ou those- ow-zlsions. .Xml it's no lilllv lmlll, 1-ltl10l'. lflrst ol' all wc- lulvv lo pay for n steak ol' lolrslvl' fllllllOl' for luolll ol' us :lt onv ol' llw lwltvl' l't'Slillll'2llllS lwrv in Mzulisou. 'l'l1m1 wo 4-ollcw-liyvly pay for an lmml all tho housv, :xml wo alll buy favors for our clulvs. S0lll0lllll0S therv uw flll'lll0l' 1-Xpvnsvs, loo. But l gill-ss that il's wortll lt. 'l'l1v wllolv zltmospllc-rv of 11 sorority l'lllll'll0ll is 1-omplvtvly llll'l.K'l'Ollt from that ol' 21 fl'z1t01'11iIy. Vlllll' l'l'z1t01'11ilies holml their lol'- nmls on Szlturclziys, and I lmyv lwvn asked lo go to ono llOXl Szllurrlzly. l'll just ll2lY0 lo llzlyv a new formzll, so plozlsv lloncl mo 3:01110 'Flumk you very ll1lll'll. 321 FW 3 Strike three. . . Kappa Kappa Gamma Uttar Mom, Toclzty wr' startvd to work on our skit for Huliiorolugy. 1,111 not too 1-Ivar O11 just what thv whole thing is about, hut as I IlllCI91'Sf3l1d it, Illiiiiomlogy has three aims: lj it mztkvs it possible for at iizitc-1'11ity and sorority to gc-t. togc-tI1v1' for przu'tir'iug on :L skit and having parties :Liter- wzirds, ZD it gives the groups that atrv vhoseii two have to got througli st-Voral try-outsj at 1'I1iiIl4'0 to show oft' thvir tztlvllts of YZIVIUIIS typos to tht- 4-zuupus, and I-D thoy s0II tit-kcts too. and thv pl'rmt-owls go to tho Iiidfliv C'zuiip. 'I'hz1t's at 1-hurity pmjvc-t of Klutlisrni and Hunicwologgy givvs its Clwvks it CIILIIICT' to do our share towarcls Iivlping vliilclrcli with 1'I1PllII121fIt' it-vc-1'. First row, left to right: S. Iitlgwtoix. N. C'Ii1'istvi1sc-11, J. Vxni Iiuskirk. I.. Hitt. M. xY1Lll,!I,IlIl. Dl't'4IfIl'llT'I Mrs. Nit-lmls, S. Holmt-s, IIOIISK'-llI'0SIlIOIII M. Holwhins. H. Iic-Illu-iii. sm'l'vt:u'y: S. P1'itc'l1:Ll'1I. fl'l'2LSl1l'l'l'I Ii. IQOIIXVUIJIIIY, Ii. Mt'C':msc-. .I. Vzumoy, X. VV:1ltm-rs. Second row: Ii, Ilxtvitlstm. IX. Milligznii. J. Millvr. M. Ifvixslu-, M. Tjofiatt, if c1l'IlIlll'l', J. SI1zu.rp, T. Kirkby. M. .Xlvc-rson, J. VVvil1zi1m11c-r, X. Wvigol, S. Slwrwocul, IJ. Gosst-tt. Ii. Stt-iw-i1lwi'g. Third row: J. Tjoflztt. Il. Quisliiig, Ii. Bond, Ii. Ifllummv. M. C'ow:i.n, J. I'IIIIlIll1I'g.I, Ii. Johnson, S. IIuim-ss, J. Tziiiclv, C. LiLl'SOIl, M. Jolmstfm. J. Boll. N. firllSiIIl4', G. Iiurgs-ss, S. Dopp. S. IIIJJILII, J. Iizwtlottt. Fourth row: C. Iiirkvtt, G. Dt-in Iloovvii, IVI. Ilaxwson. S. Hiiclcllc-sttm, D. Iiolilmctz, M. I"l'm-tl. M. Ifryc-, J. Dnviclsmi, X. Pvtt-riurin. S. VVz1f:'.n. if Stn-waxtrt. Fifth row: H. IJoII:mvvn, S. Haight, G. AII011. A. I'I2ll'llSg0l1, S. Szirig. H ID. Kliugv M. VVI1itv r. Sixth row: A. Iitlgiiigto, A. Burl . R. Biirgt-ss. CI. IAPQIIIIII. J. II:1i'x'c-Y. L . Irwin. C. I'Jl'IlIlIl2I11I1. S. Film-Ii. J. Mt-Nvil. I3. Below, M. cyBI'Il'lI, G. Cztlclvn. C. Iirivk, Ii. Smith. uint' -' S Inmltm Ii Noltv lx XIUIIIOI I3 Rik 1 X M I Il H I II cn stu, . ' . '.-' ' ', . .'IiilS.IxI.,I'INJ1l'llSil'l', fikiom. . Dv :Lv-, J. C'h:tfIwit'k. Ii. IiI1'SK'I1l'l', T. Millm-r. Pi Beta Phi llvzn' Klum, Uno oi' tho girls ut tho lmusv took at fl'2litll'llllj' pin lust wwkoiicl. :incl wo hzicl at gwat tinw witl1 hor :it Klontlaxy night cliinic-i'. Sinr-o thc- lake was frozen ovvlg wo had to throw llf'l' in the SllUXYl'l' instf-zul. Thr-n wt' got hm' into tlrv 1-lothing in 21 lnn'i'V hoc-zittsv hor swvotliwtrt s traitor'- nity was nn its way ow-1' for ai St'I'Ull2lllC'. Tho boys 0111110 ' in singing thvii' lH2ll't'lllllg song whit-h ends with ll shout. LVA4 . 'l'h0n wc- 1-xr-lmligwl songs and skyi'oc'ke-ts. Tho i'l'ate1'1iity Q V song lvanlrii' IJl'PS9lllC'll hor with at lmntiqlwt. :incl she hurl tn kiss ill'l' nnxn. Thi- lcillnw was V1-silly f'l1llHlI'l'2lSS6'Cl, lmllt 4 'J ht- lonkc-tl :is it' hcl t'IlAl0j'llll it zinywzty. ' Q .X l'il'itl1l-Y night 1-xvlirillgit-. First row, left to right: S.3I:tstn1.VL'. li2!lll'I', lt. CiIli'Ylll4, ll. Pl'il'l'St'll, lXl1's. R..l'liiy4'h. li. l.i4:l1ti'1'l1lt. cit'I'l2lIltl. Bl. QX. l":'lli4-111':itl1. N. Xin-klt ti. C ll1iIltllt'I'. Second row: X. lXt11l1Wli'l'. P. lgI'lLZt'2Il1. J. Huth. 5. 5t'!LSSQlilil, lx. lxinne. lx. 1-:'nrnnitz. h. Wahl. B. l5l't'llt'll. J. Bmiitllt-y. li Tzilisclio. lThird row: J. l"u1'iivy. M. Mvlntyro. IS, lilulw, l3.7.ll0l'l1lll, J. C1':n1v, S, Swanson, l.. XYll'kl111lllll, J. P2llJliIli.llSS. X. Gillwrtson, N l'lV2lI1S. S. Sli-xatk. Fourth row: D, Hunst-n, D. Un lirnvq, C, Olson, l.. Godwin, M. Long, G. llt-ss. L, Sim-l:1i1'. G. llzthlc-. J, Pratt. M. lvlltlll th wood. Fifth row: J. l'Jl'lll'llt'll, S. Mc'l.:n'4-n, S. Boll. J. llllII1I11t'l, D. lloinot, M. vV2Llllll'j'. li. Mills, M. C':n'pr-ntvr, M. lit-vm-, S. Vliarhl. Six row: I. Wwttviilwig, G. l":f,rwt-ll, J. Johnson, S. Gilson, li. R:n11l:1,ll, P. Moullc-V, l.. llrznpor, CT. Sclinzthr-I. li. St'll1U'f01'. P. W'nll'4-. J. SUVIIIII. 'W First.row, left to right: M. Chnyvs: tix-zisiiiw-i'3 Ii. Spvrling, Mrs. Nvstigt-n, M. Sc-hultx. prosidviitg .X. .Xnnt-n. x'ic'v-pix-sitlviit. Second row: M. Hamnnll, sm'l'vt:1,i'yg P. Tiirlit-kv, lx. Ixiicstcr, S. lluydvn, S. Sll.I1lJ0l'Il, M. SC'll2Ll1llUl'. Third row: R. lf0t'liIIl2Lll, l.. Williauns, N. Chovii, D. Frank, S. Bruidis, J. Ui-itttinziii. C'. X :inkcn Fourth row: J. l+'c-nhcr, li. Mzilonv, M. Kiivvr, l". llotlgson, F. Axlt-y, V. Smith, ll. l"ost,vr. Oh! for :Ln uiitoiuaitic dish wzishrrr. ,WM M F 'Tn by xXi. Sigma Kappa Deal' Muni, Sillllltlilj' vvviiiiig was 02111113115 clill'lllVtll. lt is, in ai fasliioii likr- lloinecoiningg, sinirv all tho soi'oi'iti0s tzind swine of tho dorinsl lizxvv ai t'i'z1tel'nity hiiild at display tm' thmn. lilxr-1-pt that for Czunpus Cai'nivul we join with thmn t'm'in:1lly so that that boys d0n't think that th0y'i'0 doing us :1 l'ilYOl' whvn thc-y huild the thing. During lloiiiwuiiiiiigg we liavv to stzind zxroiincl :ind watt-h thvin, :ind suyt"l'li:i1ik you", wlivn it is finishvd. NYO huild thvin for cliltt-1'viit' wzisoiis, tim. 'l'h0 lloinvcloiiiiiig displays and tlozits am' just fm' tho zihnns to look alt, :ind thcn Hnino- voining night the buys svt lirv to thvin. llmx'vv01', they huild htmths for Cuinpiis cl2ll'lllVill and 1-zirry them out to that livld hoiisv. Thvn wv wzitr-h that boys sct thvin tip. Szitiircl-iv nifiht we siiw' -ind dzint-Q c-miipvtiiw' with otht-I' 4 . ra 21 1 9 as groups tm' thv SIJ9t'l2lltll',S tivkcts. lt's :ill fun and tho inonvy ggtws for cfhzirity, ton. 324 Czuft we have seconds? Did you hcan nlmont the time that. . . A Christmas forlnfml tranlition: pinning scrcnzidcs n K lJ Acacia 131-111' 112111, II111'11 I 21111 111 the l11l1X'1'l'S11j' 1'z1111p11s. 11111 11111 S11 s111'11 111111' 111111 11111 g11111g2g t11j11i11 il 1'1'z1I111'111Iy as you 11111111-11 lllf' l111111.1 1111111 1111011 talking 111 S111111- 111' 11111 11111111' 1'11111m's who 11v1- 111 11111 11111111 111111 1I'0Il1 1111111 t1111y 11z1V11 111111 11111, 11 111igg111, 11111 1112 5111-11 11 g111111 1111-11. I was t1J111 111111 p11111g1's 11111 s1111s1'111ss1y 111-11111111111 111 111111-s. After 1111, 11111 guys 1111111 111 11111 111111115 21111 51111111 211141 I gvt a11.111g wif11 1111-111. '111ll1f' 11111111111 1110 f1l11tf1 il 1111 111 gvtting 5611111111 111'1'11. 1 11111111 111211 wiT111'111t t1111i1' 1111111 I 111111111 11z1x'1? 11111-11 111111- 1111-11-ly 111sI 1 11111 1'11111p11s is so 11113111 111111 11111111 11111 S11 lllllllj' 111-1111111. It 111211115 11116 f1'11l V1-ry i11sig11i111'z111t. x 1 , I 111:1s1-11 to 111e11t'1'11:1. First row, left to right: 11. 1xfIK'11l'lll1l1'1ll., Il. I111s1-, wM1f. 11. 1.:1pp111y, H. Xix, 11. 1gIll'I'1i1l'LI'l1l. Second row: ID. P11-1'1'1-. 11. G111'l1131'so11, Ii. wvl'l'1lIK'l', .1. M:11'1'1111t. J. B:111t1111, 11. 1'1l11l'I'. Thlrd row: 12. .I11s1-p11s1111, .I. IIFOCIIO. F. .1:111:1s, IJ. 15111'k, N. ,AI1l10I'SfJIl. 11. 1i1'1f'1lllIll. Fourth row: 11. Bis- 1-1111111g. D. T111'1'k, 17. Sl'llll1l'l', I.. O111s1111, P. VVi1'tz. 11. M:1z111'1-11. Qi Alpha Chi Rho IY,l'2lI' S1111, I 1'1-1-1-iy1111 Vtllll' 11'11t'l' this 211-11'I'll0t1Il. 1 must my 111:11 I wus 11111 SllI'IJl'1Stx11 t111'11:111111z11 y1111 1'lJllIlC1 y11u1's1111' 11111111111 Iost 111 11111 llll11111lU11' 111' 11111111111 1'i1'1-11111111111 11111111111 1111- 11111 z11111:1 1111111112 I 1.011 11x111't1y 11111 s:111111 wz1y w111111 I 111'1'ix'1111 11111111 i11 '2!1. Of 1-11111's'1-. 11111111 w111'1-11'1 11uit1- so Illilllj' 111-1111111 11171111111 t111111. 11111 11111 i111-11 of 11l'1Ilg2Q'1l1S1 :1 111111111111- 1111 11 1':11'11 wus just :ts 111111. I 1111 1111-1, 1111w1w111', 111211 you 511011111 I'l1S1l S111111- 1'1'111111'11iti11s. If you 111'1'i1111 you 111lIl11 w:111t to p11-111:12 it wi11 1111 2111 1111111 NY1111 11111, 11111 11111111 go 1111 w11z11 11111111' p1'11p11- 11111 you: S1111 1'o1' y1JllI'St'11-, 71111011 11' y111111111171 11111111511 ytlll will 1'11g1'111 111111111115 11111-1'. 1'1111g1':11u1:11i1111sI Now. s11i111' 1111-S11 s111111s, First row, left to right: P. Klose, Ii. H:111g1-11. IJ. G1-111:11-11, K. II1-1'111:111. Second row: G. M1:I1lg:11'1'11. W. Iillgtlll. G. X11-11'k1-. Ii. K1'1-wso11 1111111-S, S. Sf'1lI1Jll2.I1l. Third row: J. Ilvoratk. WV. VV11g11111', L. I5i11g1'1', .I. NIVIQIIIHOII, .X. S1111I11f11'11. Fourth row: I3 II:111:111111'. J. G11s111:11'1I1 1' l I Lu1f11t1i11, L. I5:1111', I.. .I111111s1111, T. SULCIIIC. Fifth row: Ii. Ga.11gs1.:11I, K. Iilllklll, .I. Ii1:1'S011. .I. I"ix111111', .I. I'1I'2lll0llf1Ul'I.l'I', ff. 1111111111-1. st row, left to rlght I XIIKK1 IC p 1111 N I S1t11Il1 1 II1111111:111, I't'f'U1't10l'Q I. S11-gt-1111:111, 11'0:1s111'01': L. 1?0s00. Sjecopd row: T. 2 gf , f 1 1 N Thlrd row: P. Dillon, S. VV1111, 11. G110111111-1', T. f1tJV1'l', Ix. IXw12LIll11'l'Il1Il,Il. Hug H 14, ,lu f ourth row J 1 1 't1C1L'Ill'It'IJ, .1. VV:1i11'11vic'11, G. Po1111':111i11g, .I, M:11's11:11l. X. D21111, IJ. 1641 fth row I IXIII gtl I' 1 S1711 P D1 111x111 I I 11111 Ii X101l01S, 17. I'1ll116I', If. S141't110k, .1. VVi1so11. Alpha Chi Sigma IJCZLI' 132111, I 1111111 your 21c11'ic-0 21110111 rushing f1'21t01'11i1i0s. I W0111 to s0v011 of 1110111 111 1he 121s1 two nights, 211111 10111111 111211 f1'21t01'11i1y 111911 iLI't' 1'02111y gI'C2l1. They 21I'0 0x11'011101y fI'1t'Ilf1- Iy, 2L1111lOl1g11 211 1i1110s s01110 111' 11 s00111s D111 1111. I 1.211083 111211 it is pretty 1111111 to gI't'l'1 C10ZOIlS 111. 1'011ows 211111 try 10 140011 2111 i11101'0s1i11g t'OIlVOI'H2l11OI1 goingg with 1110111. A1 02l1'Il 11o11s0 11105' s11r1w0d 1110 2lI'01lI1d 1110 1'1111111s 211111 s11r1v0d 11 glass 111' pu11011 211' 1110. A1-t112111y, 1,111 1.212111 111211 you 11121110 1110 s11ggzg0s1io11 to 1110 21110111 1'11s11i11g. 11 is il 1100110 111110, 13111 it 211101115 Sllt'11 El XVU1lt1t1l'1'L11 opp111'11111i1y 111 111001 p011p10. I11 12101, 11111 Thillkillgf Ytxlj' s01'i1111s1y 21110111 p1011g- ing. I 1'000iV0t1 I'1'1lll'I1 111vi1:11i4111s 1111111 2111 111' 1h0 SUVCII, 13111 I'1'0 2111'0z111y 11211'1'o11'0d l1tJW1l my s01001ir111s for 1'tJllI' of 11'l0Ill. II11 k00p yt111pr1s10c1 1111 llly IJl'0g1't'SS 211r111g 111211 11110. You IIIIQZQII1 110 IJIOMSZIIITIY SII1'pI'ISUI1. 328 I First row, left to right: G. Iivnson. tix-:mii'u1': II. Olson, IVI. Iivin-Ii. pIwlg.:t- traiincr: lt.. Balrtvll. IJI'QSiLl.0I1iI Il. Hoffinzin. Second tow: T. VV:xIIo1' Ii. YYinkt-l. D. Miicllvr. Ii. Zit-goiilizigmi, G. Smith. Third row: J. Ilngc-swick, A. Jzinnsen. It. Grcvn, IV. HLl1tIt'Il, Ix. Gunn-witz, Ii. I'I2lI'll1llg Fourth row: H. I'I0lli1l1GiSit'l'. K. Schlowtt-in. S. Johnson, .L Mnsvh. T. I'ncIei'wootl, YY. Mort:-ns Alpha Delta Phi Dear Dari, It'S in tho hook. Nuggwg-2' II1n sorry that I Iiavvift XVl'illt'l1, hut I have lwvn so I husy. IIOI'6,S what happoiivd to nw sinvo I Inst wrotv to , you: I clvvidvcl, uftvi' thinking it owr, to Illtxtlgfx ai l'I'2lTC1'- E nity. Ilowevvr, once I had inziclv that tic-vision, I was tuvetl with what sveiiiml to ho an vvvii gLl'02lf0l' prohloin, which llI'2li01'llllj' I should join, 'l'Il0l'0 wc-rv two or throo that I likorl mlnzilly wvllg I was almost l't'tIIIt'9d to flip- ping ai cfoin. But I finally lllildt' iny c-hoic-v, :ind lust night ili " 2 wo hzicl l'tJl'Ill21l plvclging. I was sworn to sr-1-iw-y rvggzircliiig tho pi'oc-vvtliiigs, Czind I snpposc' that would apply to tol- ling you what wont on, tooj, hut it was ll vvry vl'l'oc'tivQ t'0I'6'Ill0lly. ,Xl'iUI'XY21l'tlS, thv new plvrlgvs wow t'0lIQQl'2llII- lzitvrl hy the zwtivvs uncl then wt- stayvcl for ai whilv to get to know UZLt'll othvr. I Iiko :ill ot' tht- follows I lmvv inet :incl vspwizilly like- iny plerlgv tzitlivi' who is stipposvcl to show nw thv roptis. 329 l f .,,,, , . r l JH Slvr, 9. Ml IlClt'lh0llIl Front row, left to right: Colwn, D. Svlxwzwlz, M. Czunpns, D. Silln-rn1:n1, J. YVc'issln11'g, ple-:lgo lI'ILlIl0I'Q J. Szngc-r, nm ' . - ' . ll lIl'lNl0I'Q D lil'lIl1, W Wvinvr' Second row: C. lJlHl'lllDlLl'll, D. F2llI'IIl2LIl, J. Pl-1'lQll'ir1, B. Kzmnn, J. Fino, li.. Slg'II1ll,Tl, ll. Sim-gl-l, A. Golll n1illl,l M. li.1lll:n'k. Thil'd row: ll. Sf'ln'insky, S. Szlllvnspil, C. Felclsll-in, ll. Bl'Il4Illllll, ll. Sffllalnlz, M. lYI1gPl', J. Oslrow, Fourth row: S. Porll-r, H. llI'llllIllC'li, li. lI111lll'l'I1lilTl, li. lin-ll. M. lill-ln. ll. Selby, l.. llivkvr, U. llonncly. S. Mullins. I.. , ' ' ' ' H ll lu' T. llllllll, P. Sm-ll. l'll'ljll'S. Fifth row: li. Vigodzi. M. Kiss.-low, J. rl'1'vgc-V, l.. Dnlrin. C. Sl9llllJl'I'g0l', M. Colm-n. l. l'SOl'1'lS, ll. Mulaxwsky, U. lzllls. lu. o 1-nl - . Dill yon llczn' wlnll llalppvln-ll lo llw l1OllSl'llllilllPl' ycsslc-1'll:Ly'? Alpha Epsilon Pi livin' Dull, l 'wl lllfflll We hull XYll2ll is l'lxl'0l'I'l'll lo ns :1 "Full Ulllf' ul 5 l clon'l know 11 Von lull llleln xxlwn xon nl-nl lll'lf' Ol nol. 1 fnlywlly. wr- went lo onl- ol' lllll sorority ll0llSOS zlncl ggzllll- vrecl aronnll llle fronl lloor wlnll- lllr-il' nc-xx' nlvclggges r-znnl onl onv :ll an Tllllll zlncl gave Tlllxll' llilll1PS2lllll wl1v1'v llwy livvcl. liy thc waxy, llwrv was Il girl l'l'lJll1 lllblllil in lllc group. Un llllx way lo lllo lmonsv wc sung sonnv of oln songs. No onc llllbllglll the singinggg was loo welll organ- izcrl so llll-3' plan lo slzlrl lnlvillgg song pun-lil-0 onvl- ll wwk l'l'UII1 now on. l nlinosl forgot ill'll'I' llll- girls hull lwon llllI'lllllll'0Cl, wv mln' plwlggvs ol' thc- l.l'ill0I'llllj' lvl-rl 2LllIlOlllll'Pll lilwwisv. Wm' all haul lo do lln- lllllll llzlnm , wh:-n wo xwre- inlrollnwrl. l ann l'l'l'l2lll1 llml l In nol loo good all lllll llnlal. lwnl it was lols ol' lnn zlllywzly. 'lllll girls I nwl wore- rc-ally 4-nlv. zlnll I l-:ln nol wznt lol' sonn ol' lhv purlil-s we llzlvl- plznnlc-ll willl llllllll. 330 Alpha Gamma Rho IJ11111' 1,2111 I .111 141111. Si111111 1'1'11 got lots of s11111i11s 11111111111 1l1'I'P 11111' 11111, 1111 1111 11'111'14i1115 11111111 1111'11i111 111ll1gJQ1l1. My g1'11.1111s 11111 1i1's1 six 11'111111s 11'111'1111'1 I'1'Ll11j' good, 11111 i1's 11111 1111111 g1'111l11s 111111 1-1111111 111111 I 111111 111111 1111 1111 i111111'111'i11yg 1'11llS11.1t'1'2l1J1f' 1111111 111111' 1111. My 11111111511 11111i11s 111 11111 1'1'111111'11i1y 1111llS1' 1111 12l11i1 11llTf' 11111- ll1gL1l1 L1 NY1'111i 111111 11111 1111x1 111o1'11i11gg 1111 11111111 1111 11111 111'1i1'11s 111 11111 11Ill1' 111115' 1111si1'11. XY11 1'1ll'1'j' 11111 11111'- 11112211 111111 11'11s11 111111s to 11111 s11'11111 1'llI'17 11111111 21 11'1111k so 111111' 1-1111 1111 11111p1i1111. 11111111 i11 il 11'11i111 I 1l2lYl' 111 polish 21 I32l1I' of 11111 111-1i1'c1's s111111s 111' I1l1l1i11 11is 111111, 11111 i1's 1111111- i11g 111411 11111 s1111'i11s 111111 I got 11111114 111 11111 1111l'Il1S. 1 11'11s 111111111111 11'1111s111'111' 111. 11111' 11111111511 1'12lSS 111s1 N111Ill121y. W11 111111'1 1111111 Zlllf' 1111111111 111 11161 11'1'IlSll1'j' 1111113 11111 11'11 11111111 111 11111 1 st got 11111111 1.111111 NIi111111s11111. 17111 1111 1111111 il 1111 111. , -s1111111 1i11111, 11111 11111 11111 llll1l'1l. VV11 11111'11 1111111111111111 1 A1111 1111 111111' W11 111111 11:11'1111111iz111 s1111111 sooll. First row, left to right: 11. 111111isQ11, .1. 1'1l'11'1iSOIl, Il. Nelson. M. I1:1s11119, H. 11.11is1111s. P. 1i2l,2l'Il, 11. SI1Ill111l'l1, C. Gl1ll'Il11l'I'Lfl'X', VV. lv1'1J1'1l', 1, P111111s. Second row: 11. BI11Il1hP, P. 1I:11'111'ig, Cf K1':111111111', G. T11o111s11r1, VV. VViggl11s11'o1'111, .1. 1i111'gy. 111. Hughes, 11. 1xIlIl'1i. R. H11:11'111'1. Third row: .1. Mit1'1111ss, 11. 111'o1v11, D. Nliljlfllill, A. S1'1111111z, H. M1111111, C. VV01111111, P. P0t101'11111. .1. T11111:11'. G. C':111i11. Fourth row: 11. 1'11'1111- s111 111301111111 1 HI 1 1111 V1 1 D 1 1 'gr ': ' , . . 11 g11s1111, 1. I 1 Il 11'. H. 1511 11111 1x, 1 . VVi11i:1111s, II. ViI11:111,1. 11. M1'K1111zi11. .1 ,. . yy 1, --..L'C4i.3,:,j?l1 ' ,Qi 111 .1 , L ' 11111 : ' 3 - 1 "f'1fQ511 . 3' wi Alpha Tau Omega liven' Dad, Lust night iw hurl 21 lung song p1':11'1in'o. lYSl11llly lhvy lfml 21l'ULlllll quite' il Init d111'i11g thc-sv scissimis, hut lust night wv 1111111 111 il sv1'if111sly :incl hzul il grind llllll' tim. Wil 2ll'0 llilglgllllllllgl tu lwmiiiv 11111111 Hl'5LilIllZf'Cl i11 11111' sing- ing. NVQ-pl:111 to gn 11111111111 to th1'1-11 111' lllllll' sr'11'o1'i1y llUll5t'S lll'Xl Nlibllllilj' illlfl sc-1'v11z1rlc' lllC'll1. I only hopv that iw Villl do as will :is lhv girls clicl NYll1'll lhvy SOl'0Ilil4ll'll ns. 'l'hv girls usually liUl'll1 c-11 IIIUSSP 111 11111 living 11111111 illlll p1'u1'ovcl 10 sing. Whilo lllilylI'U singing the follows slnnml 2ll'UlllIfl swing wlm they 2llI'f'2lKlj' l411uw nncl zllsn who lhvy woiilcl likc- tu l-QIIIJXY. Sc-1'c-11:1flw 1't'l'lllilllf' 2ll'0 gwntl St row, left to rlght f Nl It l IJ l g, 1 H aught llll'l2ll'j'f F. Flv111'y. p11-si1lv11t2 D. llilXY4Ull. YlI'l'-IlI'l'SlIlL'lllI H. Pl'll?I'SHll. tl 1 or con row 11 1 llll xx tl won, li. Him-, IJ. Ii1'fmki11s. .l. Huwlvy. li. C'i1'i:1c-ks. R. lin-itz, Third W X 111111 f 11 Swviivy. R. M:1c'liic-. Fourth row: IJ. XhvILl'll. .l. Z11ylUl', .l. Hlruinss. 1 1 ug 1 1 14 ll. Fifth row: N. Ilusig, XY, Vl'illi:1n1s, XV. fiI'lllll, U. Ncwliy, .l.ill1'l'- 1 slwri' HN ,. wv w4f11t 1110110111 11141 1-11V s 11141111 4-x4-l11s1x'11 Cilllllg 111:14-vs 411141 wus 111 :1 l7il1'1.Y 1111m1141, su 111111 was il 4'41111p111I41 N111-41-ss. .X1.14111I 11i114- 41'1-1414-li wv :11l w4'111 141 11111 114111s11 w11111'41 11111 1121114-41 was 1141111 N111 11111111111 1111111 111141111 11114l111gg111Z 1111111 WC 1414114 41111' 41z1l11s 111111142 Xvxt f'!lIIlP w11:1l W1' pl1'41gg41s 1111-1111 1114-sl: ":11'l411' 1JilI'1Y 1'1l'ilIl-1111.11 W41 111111111 linisli stluiglitviiiiig 1111- liousc- 1111111 11111141 z1.111. 11 was 11114-11- 11lIl'1j' W114-11 1 llllillly 4l1'z1gg:414l my w41111'y 1m1141s 141 114141. Beta Theta Pi 174-111' 131141, S211 111'11:1y II1g11I1 1111 112141 41111' C '111'isl111:1s l'411'111111. 1l slz11'I1141 11141111 111111. 41'4'1414'14 with :1 1D2lI'1j'L11 :1 l'4-l141w's114111s41. Nvxt , . y . . 11111 11214111 XX'UIlK14xI'l'l11 slvzili 41111114112 Hy 111:11 1i1114'. 1'X'111'y- X111 141x'11ly, 141x'411y 1141111 Hey. wrnku l1I1.,.111'j', w:11q4- 1lp...11l'j' w:11i1- .... YVl14141pQ. XX'I'H1lg guy. First row, left to right: XY. 1.4m'41, .1. Xylllis. YY. 111-l4r1's. 13. 1.i11s1Q'. s1w4'1'11l:11'y3 11. B11-yvr, p1'1'si411'11t1 1. 1gl'!Ll1l'1', Klrs. N. 11411111-, T. Blwuis, prvs 41411111 J. 1511111111. 13. 1'14II'1M'S, 11'41:1s111'4-1': T. lNI:11'1i111':111, P. M:11'ti1111:111. 11. C1211K1XYl'11. Second row: VV. 110111111 T. f11t'1K.'1l1lliI1l, 11. St:1:1gk4-, 11 Y41l11m4-111'1'. 11. S1.'l'1lIll'1'I'. 11. SI41i1'1i1'1'. 11. X41111141is411, 11, Iilltbll. 17. lI411'i:1.1ty, J. i'41111'z1c1. 13. B14-iss114-1'. J. KI4'1,:111g111i11. Third row! 11. P:1g2l41w 1. C:1v:111:111g11. 11. 11I'1'XYC'1', if 1iI'l11'jI,l'I', J. 11'wi11. .X. .'xS1i4'1ILl1L1, F. lfllirmt, 15. 1J41X4111l41, .X. P1lf'11'11I1UI'. 11. J411111s4111. 17. S1'1111111:11'11411', 11. Z411111-1 Fourth row: ll. Mills, J. 114111'411'11:111, VV. M111'1'z1y, 11. P1l'1.1vl'I'lIl2Lll, J. Ntllilll, 11. 1111115-11, .-X. 114m'11. S. 151:14-k, 13. H111111:1,1'41, 11. 114142114113 J. 1341111411: 13. 1111ss4111. .1, 11ll1'jI,4'SS. Fifth row: 11. 1'1ili1u11', 11. S14-i11w4141Ql. .X. Q'1:11'1i. V. 1141w:11'41. 11. H4m1'111-. 11. 1111111'114l:111. YY. 1101111111z, J. S4'1l1'l.'11ll'I', 11 P:1,111. .L F4111-, Cf 111'l'ZlllI.'1i. Sixth row: 1. NI:11's11:1ll, T. 131111114-1', D. T411'111e-y, Cf SIl1'IlLI11t'. J. XY1IllIl1l'I', J. VV411114111, li. S1l'VQ'l1S. 17. Pz1y111-. 11 611151, T. B491111411', I". Clow, T. 11ul'1111:111. 35.53324 - 1 1 . ' . wir. ' - ' 1 1 ff 127. . - . aiislff . . 1 f Firsgt row, lleft to right: VV.Y.Xl'ihoorl. NV. Sti':n1,f1, Zwivky. J. Powltts, vit'v-pntsitlt-tit: C. Rit'kl1nryer', tw-:1.st1i't-1'g li. Grossvl. pit-sitlc-nt: J. Pikv, P. Qfhlivlitiiipqu-Sf-c-i'tft:1i'y: lx. 'liosstu-r, R. VS:'11v,f1vlit1, J. Holinson. Second row: J. l.o1'y. T. llolu-sh, li. cll1I'lSllIlIlSC1l, VV. Thonuts. J. Ganyons. I. Must. D. Wicilmlt-i', D. li:-w1s,.J. Gurvens. W. Ixc-llry, J. llxnnol, J. Cooinbs, Third row: D. Brvlnn, lf. Hjvrning, YV. Mcforlilv. D. liunvli X. lwIl1l'llC'll, J. Lolc-iiicm, 1. lltelllv, J. Aclzmis, D. ll1l,IllCl, ID. liC'II1li0, li. Tcskat. Fourth row: IJ. Dzils-s, J. lioyvtu VV. 'l'i'oXvl, l". Verliulst, Di lrzulv, J. Clatirtl, J. Kolmvli. J. Siillwr. D. Blunk, J. Konop. Fifth row: R. Tuthill, VV. Pzzrsons. R. i':Ll4l0rt. li. Bust:-n. J. Iionstlorf, J. Hick- nu-icr, H. fiI'llCll1ll'l', I.. Sc'l1w:1c'v. G. c'I'OWIlll1l.l'l, S. Buss. G. Ginn. li. Boro. Chl Phi Dvzn' Dual, Boy, I hntv Sunclny niornings. Lust wvokeiul our plotlge 1-lass haul at "walk outf' I suppose you haul nuu-h tho sauna thing in your day. WF rvztlly clitl at good job on this ouv. lfirst, wc- put itvhingg powclt-1' in :ill ot' the ztvtivesl 1-lothing: next wo took the fusvs out of thv fuse box and put zi pufllot-li on it. Just lwl'oi'o wrt loft. wv took all tho trophios :incl all tht' hooks that wvrv lying zirounrl the rooms. NYQL clitl :ill this at, tlirt-0 o't'lo4'k Saturday morning whilc- the an-tiyvs were sound zislwp so wv haul no trouble at all. NNT got into thc- foul' t'2ll'S wt- had wuiting :incl stzlyvcl in at littlt- shack outside ot' town until Sunday night. VVhvn w't-1-zum' but-k, thv zivtivc-s iuzttizufgvtl to got evvn with us. Tluty kt-pt, us up until tlirev-tl1i1'ty Klonclziy inorning vlvztning ull the house znul tloingzg othm' vhorvs. It wus at goorl thing we took our hooks with us on tho walk-out :incl stutlivtl. First row, left to right: VV. Sniythe, C. Ilolstroin. J. Madden. Mrs. Grossman, J. Kilmer, A. Hentzen, VV. C mga C' Holdtrnus Second row IC. Mayer, VV. Arnbrose. ll. Dine-en, F. llc-Vinney. J. Johns. M. MaeQueen. J. Murphy, R. Grossinan. S Colt 'I Burl X INIfi.1lt1 T r row: P. Husting. D. EI'llI11ilIlI1, R. Heath, J. Henderson, J. VValbrandt, B, Mautz, G. Nelson: P. Anderson Ii Bushnell I Robbins 'XIII in Fourth row: li. VVeeler, T. Gallagher. VV. Johnson, K. Biernian, L. Goodrieh, J. Crain, VV. Fetzer, Cl. VVorden V5 'VI thi Fifth row R Osthv Ii. Dalboy, If. lII'IlIHCI9I', J. Perry. J. Stevenson, R. Holte, C. Barnum, VV. Berg, R. Tooman, M. Mott. Chi Psi Dear Dad, Monday night the pledge trainer called and told ine to eoine right over to the lodge with all the books and elothes that I would need for the rest of the week. lt sounded to nie as it' it were the start of 'tllelp Week," and that was just what it was. I eanlt tell you too niueh about what happens, but I will say this: all the horrible things that I heard about this traditional func-tion were false. We get enough sleep and deeent food, we get plenty of time to study Cand besides, I was all caught up with niy studies, anywayj. YW- don't. have to go through any- thing humiliating and I haven't, been struek physically. We are, to the eontrary, getting a lot of work done around the house that needed to be taken c-are of. The experienee is ereating a bond znnong those of us that are "going through" that I doubt will ever break. 335 2... Hot dog! Another day of classes! ' 'fm ifti 1 . lrst row, left to rlght 1 C 1 1 N I S1 111s1111'11111: W. 111111111133 V11'11-p1'11:411111111.3 11. 111'1LSC11, p1'11Q11l11111g 11. Nystcfi, s111'1'c1.111'V, Second row 11 I 111111, C Q 111111111 C Z111111111111111 1 1111111s1111, D. 1111111w111, 1'11s11111111 11111111s111111'g K. P111g111, VV. 11z1111111:11111. Thifd row: 11. 1"1lgC1N S 5117511 111 -X .1"I111xSl71l 11 5lII11xOXXi1x1 1 11IUXXll, D. Pe1111', 11. f1111'1SC1lOXV. Fourth row: C. P1'11Ck1111w. .1. M:111111ser, T. 11:11111'0p, 1111111, I mehr G 5111111 1115 111, 1. N1o1ze1. Fifth row: M. Li1111, J. P1sz1-z11k, VV. VV:11'11, IJ. F1111111', J. A1111111s, R. ldv Q. 25113 1 Delta Sigma Pi 1,1'2l1' 132111, Y11s1111'11z1y was 111111 111 the h11pp111s1 112153 11f my 11111. I1 was 11119 11151 1111y 111' 111111113 1Y1111k," 111111 1110 11151 1111y 111 w11111'111g 11111 11111 111' 11111 f1'111e1'1111y 11s 1111 111-11V11 1111111111111: W11111 21 w1,11111111'1'111 111111111511 1"111' s1111p111' W11 had L1 17112 111111- 1511111 3 11V111'y111111 111111 11 w111111111'1'111 1111111 51111111155 up 211111 1111111- 1115g 11J2lS1S 111 1'Y11l'Y11l11' 111 1h11 1'1'111111'1111y 111161 11x'111'y1h1115L 111111111' 11111 51111. .h1'1111'NV2l1'11S W11 111111151111 11111. 1'111' 11111 111's1, 1111111, 11111 w1111111111 p111111111s 111111 1111 111111 p1'11se1111111 111 11111' 11111115111 1'11111111's 111111 11x11111111ge11 sx1'111s 111111 the 11111 111'11v11s. 1 1111151 1111111 p11'k1111 11111 w1'11115g 111111s 111 11x1-1111115111 W1111: 1 111111111 11111 111' 11111 1'1'11y w11h ZL 1'1'XY w1111s, 111111 I 51111 111 11 11111111111 g111,111 XY1l2l1'1iS, 111ys1111'. 11 wus 1111 111 11111, S11 11l111'1' w111'11 1111 1121111 1'111111115:s. A110111 1111111, W11 51111141111 1111 11111' 1111111s 1-111' 11111 1'111'111111 1111111111 111111 1111111xx'1111, at XV1111'11 W11 K'1111w 111111111119 w111'11 11111 guests 1114 1111111111 I1 was ll 111111- 1l111'1'111 1'1111111x 111 11 gg1'111111 1111y. 1,111 illl 1111111111 336 Sllll IIHUSIIII llrllyl' mv lllllsillll. lllll W21l'I1l lmlwlzl- lull' lllix Delta Tau Delta Illllll' llilll, Sprillg lllls :ll'l'iyllll HII llll- lmiglwlllmllf. lyllill 21 IiI'll Ill lllilll. Illllll lvl' llilS long lNIl'Il glnllll l.I'Ulll llll' lillill, alll lllll pillrs :ml Ulll Zlllfl lllll Sllll llflUSll7l slll lllllll illxllll' lllllllllll .Xllllllst llyllly lll'1lll'llorlll, I l'lll'll'llt mv l'1'S0lIllI0llS1lIlll llc-alll . P1 . Im' llll- lAl'2lll'I'IIllj' picll: Nlust nl' lllll lml'lnll1lll'slll'lllllll Sllll- IIIIIQQ llllllllslllylls. lmll il Int ut QlQlI'lS Irllm Illll Ilt'2lI'lJj' llllllslls vlmll' llmvll. lull. 'l'lll'l'l1 21l'l' Sflllll' of IIIOIII lllzll luring lmlmks illlillgl, lllll il lllwli of f'2lI'llS :llwzlys sllllllls fn lu gl-I l11m'll llsll. swim-Illrw. .Xflf-l' vw-llillgg l-Imw, I Il12lI'l'lI In my llllslx NYIIII lllf' lmllsl illllllltilms. lllll il' Tllll sllltillg lzllxll lllws, :lllll I Iillll Illj'Sl'll- wzllllllwillgg llrwzllll llll' Im- I . . . . . I WlSll I Cfllllfl l'l'Illl?Il1lJl5!' Illm' lllrrl sung gm-S. l0I'IlllV mlm' A U"llIl It" llll'l'llmIlll Ilmv 'llll I llvlf' Ulm U' to :L 4 . S . 4 I lll . ru rs 2-a gc! my Slllll-VIIIQQ llllllli' I l':m't sllvlll to lqllllp my Illlllll fill my lmnlqs wllllll I lillml' llll- wllzltlllll' is sn glxlglllmlls. First row, left to right: C'. I'I0l'SlN'l'g, F. rfIl'll1'Il0l', IZ. Pri:-l-, In-:lslll'l-l': Ii. lil't'lll'll, vil'l--plllsilllllltg D. I12lllllJl'I'l. llOIlSl'I110llll'I'I T. Stowll. prvsi- lllxlllf .I. flffllll, ID. Mlluzl-l. Second row: .I. Wl-zlllock, .I. fel1ll'li, D. Iiillly, J. Stillman, .l. IVIl'fl0W2lI1, IJ. .I:ll-glo, .I, Sllnllll, Ii. cllllfli. Third row: I.. Iilil'V2ly, M. XYIiIIll11l'lIl'l'. Il. Iflstc-lg Il. VFIIYQOSOII, M. Ml-Pllec-, IJ. l'II'4'1'. H. Mollssillg. Ii. Cl1llI1lN'Q!.f. Fourth row: Ii. Iioller. Ii. liI'1'IlNxl' S. Stl-llll. .I. Stnlll-V, .I. :hIl1l4'l'SHll. Ii. clOIlgl'I'. IU, SIIIIHINI. Ii. Imlvis. Fifth row: F. Sixyllfllll. T. Milllfr. Ii. IIZIVSUII. P. Slzll'kll'll:lTl1lll', V. Siillll- mxlll, IS. I"IIlf.fl4'I', T. Sf'lll'OI'lll'I', T. Iillwlcly. Sixth row: .I. YY:lg:g:ol1ll1'. M. Iiil-Ill. P. CIUIIIISUII. I7. Polll. Ii. 'I'Ilo1'st:lll. W. Stoltz. P. SliIIlIll'l'. Ii. lllllg. D. IIHHIIIIIII. HW all-mi at M. 'WX Ha I 9Q757fQ?i? 52,2?5l9liii li Wm I Delta Theta Sigma limi' llzul, I Zil'I'lX'l'fl yvsteulay 011 thc- 1-z1111p11s Zlllfl it rvully fr-ails 4 1 . . 1 , K gn--it to hr- Inc-k I cwlwvt 111V YIIIJIIUIIIOITI yvm' to hcl c-V011 lwttm' lllilll llly f1'0sh111:111 0110. IIOIIIPIIIIDGI' I tolcl yllll that I haul 2lI'l'1lllg01l for il 1'o0111 ut thx- lil'21l0l'llllY l1o11sc-I' Wvll, I got il 11ir-ci clouhlv 011 ihv sc-c'o11cl floor. My I'00ll1Il1Zif0 llllfl I 11111 going to paint tho walls 21 dark blue :md Tho 1-1-ililig IJVUXVII. John, 111y 1'00111111z1T0, brought 21 h1'ow11 rug l'I'0lll ho111v so wzfll also put it i11 thc- 1'0o111. VVQK haul El X- littlv ll'Ulll3l0 lig111'i11g out wlivrv to put my hookvaso, but we finally found a way to sqiwozc- it i11 without c'1'owdi11g thv 1'oo111. My I'OOIDll'I21t0 had tl1i1'tv011 pictures of his girl 011 the wall! I think, whmi we finish paiiitiiig, our I'O0ll1 "Pass" will look grwif. Flrst row, left to flghfiw lx. Clluppcrt, IVI. Iiivlmlizircll, IJ. Stzizzlm, t1'0zis11rv1': X. IIZLIIHOII, vivo-p1'vsiflv11l1: IJ. Owvn. p1'1-sillvixl. T. Kust, 11-c'o1'1li11g scc1'Qla1'y: R. IAIIJSPII, Ci. C tiroyl f'01'r0Sp0111l111g Hl'4'l'l'l12tl'y. Second row: IC. Iliipnow, F. Pzwlev, B. Tliivsviilnivsvii. Ii. Bussv. H. VV:1t11-1'wo1'tl1, .l. WlfASIJ6IlHL'1', C. Mm-ymfr, Il, Iu1'1c'kS011. Thlrd row: li. Pvvhle-S, C. Cizsflf-lmig. G. LOIlI.f0l19f'IiGl', Il. .'Xlll'l'llS. X. liussc-. F. Sl'Illlll,0, II. Prvll. Fourth row: .l. Iimy, lu. lllllglv. B. Tl1o1'sh:1ko1', T. Dom, D. Stzibolfcldt, T. Kiiswow. .l, OICI0IlIlO1'. Fifth row: R. Ril1i.I'lC'IIS. IJ. Sr-hw:1ll, H. llopcn, G. Mz11't111, S. I52ll'I', .l. Hooper, J. VV:Lhgo1'ski. Delta Upsilon IM1111' llucl. Sziturtlziy wti haul It list011i11g party w'itl1 om- ol' tht- sororitivs. Iftll' 21 listviiing party we iiivitt- 11 sorority to thv housv to listv11 to 21 Wisr-o11si11 'iz1wz1y'l gz11111-. Wis- t'o11si11 was playiiig at Iowa so wo IIIIIOII i11 tht- l'illlI0. By tht- way, cl111'i11g thai 2llitf?I'll00Il I hicl :1 small slum i11 I1c-arts iillll llliltlll itl Ill l'z1r't I would liuvv 111atlv il grziml slam it' my finesse Ull the king of t'llIl1S haul works-tl. Mivliigziii 211111 Ohio St:1tt1w'v1'v playing fill TY: Ohio Statv NVOII ttwmity-o1111 to scwvii. I also met :1 fvw girls that I thi11k I might like to tlutv. I 21m not sure-, hut I thi11k that VVist'o11si11 lost to thv Hawkvyes. VYO nevcl .'klll0i'lIP. I XVOIlCll'I' l1ow Iioy liogvrs will get Olll ol' this nwss? First row, left to right: J. .lzu-ol111s. J. l'l1'tlma11. ti11:111f-Q cI1:1i1'111:1113 A. IJILIIIHEIII, p1'vsicl011t1 VV. I5z111111:111, Vive-p1'4'siclf111t: T. II:1v111ist'l1. Second row: II. Merkvl. ll. .AllDl2l,Il, D. Alloy. Ii. Esst-1', II.. Thompson, T. I'lI'l'2Ltl1, R. M:111ge1', VV. Mf'NllIllZil"9, J. HI!I'Cll'll. Third row: T. Cogon D. Vinson, G. Co1'1'o1'z1.11, D. Slll'IJ2i.l'fl. II. IDlU'lillg, H. Hl!l'Ii1'l'l, W. TilI'Sl'l'llJ3.lIIl, ll. Joh11so11. J, Co11w:1.y. Fourth row: IJ. Merkel, J. Grzry T. Bulmholtz, K. Svlir-id. J. Thomas. J. Mt-yers. ID. VV:1g11411', Ii. VVootl. J. OeI'li11c', Ii. Pclton. If. .'XcIl01'. Fifth row: P. Pitts, Ii. P1'i11slow, N xY01l.Vt'I'S. D. Leim'l1tl'11ss, C. Thomas. J. Strwk. S. Ii:1.1'11z11'rl. Ii. Smith. O. GI'ilI1Il1. II. ICPIIIITOII. IC. Kuliozit-. 2 1-' -i'fzsifI:f - if i'?.S',fZ1E:3E:fE: -zifmg 1 1'Q .. .. :I 71,1 R , T: . J I 1. ,. fill? 1 , , iiigig , .m..,... 5 ' " N ' I Sf'lI'l'lIN vim- 11-1-wicl1111t' N11-Q II Wlzitluisoii Il, I'1111c'Iw1't, 1bI'0Slflt'Ill1 First row, left to right: CI. I'Ipplo1', H. hc-l1l1-y, 1. IIl'l1I1I10l', A-1-1'vl:11'y, . . .. ., -1 . , . .. . . , I B. llm1i11g11l1l, t1'vzLs111's-1'g S. lVIyc-rs, .I. 'ff-Iiipvlis, I". Sl'l1I'Pl1llI'l', li. Sw:-11so11. Second row: P. Iilliot, ID. Griffin, IZ. IAIIIIIIZLII, 'I'.M:1s011 , Ii. Cunt- wvll, J. Zclmjs-Ii. D. Murlw, I". Ifmrsslizigm-, ll.. C'c1111l'o1't, H. I'I:1c-I11-11cI:Ll1l, A. Dziun. Third row: S. WI4-ful, N. Linflz-m:11111, Ii. lim-lie, K. Iivrgs- IJIlIit'Il, IC. lfux. D. Mvllxlvy. .L I1:11igv111Io1'II'. Ii. Mott. B. II0l'lll'. Fourth row: J. Ss-imvill, G. Iilxu-k1111111. C. I.:11'so11, J. Ii2Ll'fll. IC. NIUISUII, M. II111-I1:111:111, .I. Yam lIl'I'lIIUlt'Il. A. K':L11tw1-ll, .I. II2lI'IJSt0l'. IJ. llc-1'i11gc-1'. P. St:11111m's. Fifth row: T. Ililgc-11Iw1'g, Ii. Zv111:1.11, IS. Lu Pour, CI. ' " ' ' II D'1X'l1I41Jll I7 V'LIl Dv Pl'l4I'll IJ Mc1o1'c. Il. Przvlwlski. Sixth row: G. Al1e111I1'f1tI1, I". XRYCSTDIISII, ID. YM-- F01'1'1s. l.I1-1111'sm1..I, Iul'1cIxso11, '. I .... 1. , , h K il I5 Iicxcllx P 'I'I1f1m lll Il xIl4ll'I"Hl I5 llvc-Ll X Xlum J Pvfewsoii ILS1-ifm11'T. Ivrivk, CI. I'11I:111sky, T. Ill' . . SI11-'s 11411. LI10 114-zitvst girl on vnu ""'.. s-. .. wi., ,. , Kappa Sigma IIDIIS, Illll. .. IJOL11' 131111. Right 1111w I'm su l111111'sc1 I Villlll 111114 lII'Hll1 so I1lll1'll sI11111Ii11gL 1l111'i11g Sz1r111'ml:1y's t'11otlmIl QQ111111 ill Cuuip Ilan:- 1Iz1II. ,Xlmut I3 of us i11 llllx Iiousv Iiuvv sr-nts I0-2Ql'IlIf'I' right llll tlw IU yzml li11c-. llllll wt- IISIIZIIIX l12lY0 illlllt' ll timv 111 thc- gziliws. SilllIl'il2lY was lwtim-1' than usual. .Xlmuut c-ight otlwi' I'1':1l1-1'11iIy I11'otl1c11's lllilllilgtxfl to gzgvl into lllll' sw-1i1111 XYIIII IIS, illlll Imelic-V11 11111, tho ulrl s11yi11gL. HII111 1111111- tlw IHl'I'I'lPI'lI was 11911-1' 11111111 111111. Ww wt up 11111' 111111 1-l1vc11'i11g:g sw-111111 amd 1'v11IIy 141111 the Iifl ull. IYI11111 Wism-1111si11 Sf'0l'lIll wlmt was QIIJIJZIIPIIIIY the wi1111i11gg T11111'I11I41w11, iw stzlrtvml II11'11wi11g rolls ul' pupvl' 011111 II14- Iivlll. ll 111111111 l1z1x'41 I1111111 il pvl'I'111'I :1I'tc11'1141011 vxvvpt Iirsl sf-1111111 1111111 ll1m11'11111s. may it 11-st 111 picwvs. 340 Tllzll il was all 1-11111. I lucrli Ll Tl10l'11111s 111 1'11fle10 lull 51111111- 111111 pivluwl il up uml II11'11xx' it in TI11- z1i1' Wlllxll Wisl-4111si11 'Q3S1N!Q1Q2wems451 " lung snvllx :ilu i JZ? 'f Q NZ E First row, left to right: R. Kvllsoii. J. l'pc-ll, som-i:1l c'l1:1.ir111:111: D. Prim-, s11c'1'c-t:11'y: ID. li:111cl0r. I'llSlllIlL.f c'l1:1i1'111:111: I". Fziust, t1'0z1sl11'o1': T. liillll port, prc-sinloiiti L. Selmlcl, vico-pwsirlc-111: L. XYiLllllK'Ill7l'I'g. .l. lil'lll'Il1DI'lSiIll'i1'I', li. J11li:111. J. Momlv. Second row: D. Vogvl. I ltlioiii. If Blwk. G. lilwk, P. Morrisoii. D. fiHSl4ll11Slilx. G. Joors. F. Vlvulz. T. llviss, P. Criss-y, R. PI'iI'llSI'I1li0, .X. Z1-I1-1Io11. Third row: T. I-Iowo, 'I' l"ltll'l'l'll, M. lJ:1k1-, L. Hawkilis, J. l'lXIl0I',vci. Ifortiiey, K. Brant, IC. Woilisvlic-11k, li. Dodge-. D. rTl0IllIJlIll'. J. Miiril. Fourth row: li. ICI11-1't J. fiUII'lllgS, J. I-logziii. P. Grvmic, ll. TXTC'fiOIlgl1, J. Popp, J. HfJfJg4'l'lltllllKl, II. Xim-tl1:1111111Qr. lf. Link. S. lS:1l:111zi11o. J. Jz1c'ol1so11, I" P1':111g:c-. L bd Chi Alpha Main! How 01111 She resist 1110? D11 ' IJ: I, 'filfiifx . . E111 if" 111 ll, Mr Nye K ,yhi V Our li1'z1t411'11ity is off to il good start i11 thc- Bzulgvr 5" Y.-... EQ. if-ff 1 1?fiX?,.f' Bowl 1-oiiivst this year. VVO 1111- cloiiig wvll i11 all tliv 'ii' ' ' 'ii 115' if S ovoiils so l'ill'. l'111 bowling Zllltl pI:1yi11g footbzill for tho liousv. IW- won Olll' fourth footlmll 15111110 without 21 civ- l'vz1t Oll XVOKIIIOSLIHY. I'111 not Illitylllg 11111c'l1, but it's rvully 21 g1g1'c-ut fr-vliiig to stand Qlllll 111114-I1 21 l11111c'h of follows plziyiiig for tliv sport z111cl not for 111o1111y. A good llliillf' girls also c'o111r- to watvli thc glQ2lI1ll'S llllll that 111z1kc-s it vw-11 morv I1111. 111 the liowliiigg lc1z1gg11c1 1w'1'r1 won fin- 0111 ol' six gziiuvs so fur. W0 only lost lay 11i11e 1911-pills i11 our 41110 mlr1l'11z1t, Wllivll i11l'111'i:1locl IIS, l101'1111se IIU om- 111:11'kr11I i11 thc' tc-11th l'l'2llIll'. XYOTYI' I1c1c111 prz11'tic'i11g il good I1it lliough, 1111d 110 fool Il1:1t 11'c1'v1- got 1111 vxm-llc1111 1'I1z1111'c- to wi11 Olll' clivisioii VIIQIIIIIJIOIISIIIIJ. NVQ lmvv lo clo wvll i11 lmskc-tl111ll, golf, lo1111is Zlllfl o1l10r sports l70l40l'0 1wr'z111 vzlll ilu- c-oveted prize- ours. I3111 lim-nfs lioping. 341 . N., . -1 if W. v 1? 44,6 First row, left to right: G. .hut-s, lt. fi2Ll'Vl'l'i. D. litttzlatll, 1'rfpo1'tc-it Mrs. L. H:u-kwortliy. J. Smith, IlI't'Sltlt'IllI .X. liI'tlIllll2lll. stwicxl f'I1:tii'm:1n X. Svluniclt, J. liusvh. Second row: P. CiIlI'Vl'l'. T. Murphy. R.. Horsky. T. Sziwyvr. T. Julmstm, l". llull. VV. Mt-ism-r, J. St'llllI112lll. Third row: li. Puggri-itsw, K. Vlltltvz-rs, l.. Mitrssc-, l,. Alth'ic'h. T. Morgan. J. VVilt0l'tliug. H. Moulton, I.. lmwis. Fourth row: M. .hllIlL'l'S0l1, VV Nt-uiuzut, J. O'ltt-:u'y, lf. Pohlv. J. G11-g.ro1'y, ll. llumhlcf, D. Allen. J. Huck. Fifth row: .X. lilUtttl0l'Il. C. l,u4lwigsou. X, .hmm-s. li. VVilli:tu1s l 'l't-slit-y. li. Svllm-rs, J. M:ilmmfy, li. liattxlutl. Sixth row: J. YY:1gue1', A. Rt'l1t.'IlSl1l1I'g, G. St'I'l1lt'llj'S. A. Mc-lit-zttlt. BI. l.uv:1:1s, T. 'l'l1u1nps0u :pt l Tim h l lim lttl i ki. llt :ss .X littlt- 1X tum-. ,L 5 N5 Phi Delta Theta llwu' lhul, ' l.z1st wttc-li wvstt1l'ttwl lll'itt'tlt'tt nu our llllll10I'UlHg.fy skit lll1IHtJl'tJl0QLy is at hig shuxx' thztt is pi'mli1c'm-tl hy that stu clout lmtly 4-zu-lt j't'tll'. Thtt piwfr-mls go to tht- Iiitltlit lizuup for llllflttl'lH'lVllt'gLt'tl f-liilmlrf-11. llm-rv' s how it works vm-h t'1':Ltt'i'i1ity or lllt'll7S mluritt usks at sm'oi'ity rn' WlllllltlliN clrmrm to go in with lllt'lll ou :1 skit. The-y writv thvir own scripts tutcl thou work thvm up using tho lIlK'llllKtl'S ut' the two gruiips lm' tht' vztstg suimtwlmt lilac- il ggigzuitiv stunt lllglll. 'llllttll wt- itll try-nut. ,Xltvr two try-outs lhv lws svvt-11 sluts uw t'lltlSttll to lw ui tlw slww, 5011111 ut lllt'll1 am- wail DI'tJtll1t'lltlllS. :tml tht- lltllltumlngy slum' is mul ut tlw higli-lights ul' thv yt-zu: Wv xwltt lui-ky llllSf't'lll' f--we :mt tluiiigg mu' skit with um- ot' thv sm'm'itit-s nu vzuupus :mtl lu-sitlvs thv litlll. przu-tim-4-s :uv grunt ways tn tum-t souw wuiirlf-rtlil girls ltrl'lI1lllI't' tlzttutg. 342 st-t uit-c-ly. She- ke-pt hzulge-1'ii1gzg tht- wzlitf-l's tu st-t t-audit-N Phi Gamma Delta Dr-zu' Ihul. Last Wt-41111-stluy wt- had an Q-xt-lmiigv tTillll4'l' with at SOI'01'ity. iylll' hmm- IIIUITIOI' saw to it that tht- tzihle- was tm the tzihle- and to 2lI'l'21IlgC things just su. thu- of tht- wziiters must haw- gotta-ii ai hit pt-i't11l'ht-tl hm-c-zliisv hc- tup- vcl her tiinm-1' he-ll so she- 00111411171 ring for st-1-ond svrv- ings. All in ull, though, the- tiillll0l' was wc-ll zituiiigt-tl and at tl't-mt-ticluus stu-1-t-ss. Aftc-1' wc- Iinishc-ci t-ating, smut- wf us guthc-rt-d zimiiml the piano amd sung songs uml at ft-W wc-nt tlmvii mi tht- IJTPI' to wzttt-li thc- suns:-t. , . All right you guysmgr-t to work, First row, left to right: lf Jamison, Il. Mau-Iiityrt-. li. hilfoilm-ttt-. 1-m'i't-spuiifliiig St'C'l'0lilIj'I .L Svhuiitt, st-t-rt-t:11'5': IJ. Nt-tiimm. lliSi0l'iIlI1 Mrs. Nt-lsrm. M. VW-lls. pri-sith-lit: II. Iiriiitou. tri-aislirt-1'3 J. Buss, P, Hoiilihzm. Second row: J. Pe-iiigo. J, St7lllIHi'I'S. J. Ilaiistm. A. X14-thins D. Rctzlaitf, J. Bcwriw, Ii. liILl'tTl01UIlll'U', P. Brostmxii, J. Hliglit-s. li. BCI'gI113lllIl, Third row: T. Mi'ot'l1ii1sky. B. lilzi, IJ. lflzi, B. Iiritlgt- B. Bl'llIlt', li. Lutz, B. VVull:u't1. J. Hfbiiiilllilll, T. Higgs, Fourth row: D. Rai 5111111-. I". Mziizilt-. M. Kuhly. O. l"1'c-dt-1'ikst-11. V. Fugiiial, M. Wil F5 kills, B. Palm-1', B. Fivirin, luiitlc-ntifit-tl, P. Fruytaig. Fifth row: T. i'fvim'ude-, J. Pram-h, li. W'illm1-rt. C. Mztliiisky, M. ci3LI'tTiIlt'1'. J. VVoltlt'm't J. Hzulst-ll, lmitlc-titifit-tl, J. St-urls, T. Hut-ii, ifi-migamwtt ,V - ,atm-,t.,,,., ,-,. ff. ,ft WMJW fn-,W-V tw- L tf., ,.-wwwnum-tmiwvmitmtm iwf1fz4fw1..:,vt.vMit .-,f 5 f f tm-tv.wf.z.wy My V f 5 f -,,, nt... ff.f , . , 7,,.,,t,, V. ,...,t.,. .,f., may 7ta-fh,wffh.,1ffQfMfMN -ww--M W 1 Phi Kappa 3 ,W Q 1J1'il1' 112111, 1.1lN1 11111114111111 1111 111111 11l11' 11111111111 SP1'lll1,!Q 111111111'. .X1111111 111111 11Y1'11J1'1i 1111 S11111111111' 111'1111'11111111 1111 IJ111'1i1111 11111 111115. I Q 171117, 111111 s11'i111111i11g s1111s111111 1131651111021 1'111'111'1111 111.11115 111111 111111111111 11111 111 1 11'1l11' 1111111. 111 5111111 1111 1111111111 11111111 111111 5151111111 141111111 1111 11111 1111111111, 111' 11111 1111111 11 11:15 11 1. 14 1 bl 1 fwenxvwf s1111111 111111 51111411 1111 111111 111111111111 111111 IIS. .X1'1111' 11111i111:. 11'1 way, 11111 111111111 11111111 11'11s 1'1'2l11j' g1'11111. XRv1l1'1'l"S 1111111 111111 111 111c 11111111 irSt row, left to fight! T. Z:1111z1111', 15. S1'1l1I11i01, S1'1'I'C1-2lI'y1 .1. S1:L111i11y, p1'11si1111111: VV. 1'111L1ll'l'1j', v11'11'111'11si1111111Z -1. 1111111'11111111,r1'0111p11'1111111 Second row: .1, 1511111. C, S1'1111'1. .1. 11111s1:111, .l. 1J11111'i11g. 11. 1511111111. IJ. 11l'K'1i4'1'. 15, 11:11'11111111.Third r0w:111. M1111111k:1. 11. S11111'111g1111, 11. lil'1ll D. :XI1'Il11y1i1', if 1i1Zl11S. 15. S1I'11llg, 15. 1111s1:111. Fourth row: .1. S1111111is1, 11. 11111111s. U, 11:11'1k1111'i:1k, 111. 1x1l1111'll. J. C'1'11ss, .l. K11111s14y. 11 P111zi, 13. 11:111:11Z. s11'i111111i11g 111111 1'il1l1J1'1llQ, .X 121111113 411- 11111 1ii11s 111s11 111111 21 1111gLi1111i11g 111 15111 1111111, 11'11 111111 21 25111111 111111111 111111 151111111 S11 '111 Y211 lll'Ullll11 11111 1-1111111 111111 11121511112 111111's11:1l11111's. .1111- Phi Kappa Sigma Ilfizu' Ilzul, Sinf-41 I got hawk np to sr-llool to start nw innirn' vvan' 7 I Ve spont most ot' thc- tinw licrc- nt thc IIUIISO. Thv wlmlv Iil'2lt9I'llllj' was lwrc- tlnw- rlnys :fairly to hvlp gm thv lnmsv Iixvrl np Im' rushing. Most of ns put 21 nr-w r-out of pnint on our rocnns, and thvn W0 workvcl on thi- floors, win- dows. :intl thv ynrcl ul' the lifnisv. Wvith ai lmig stock ol' m'igz11'0tt0s nnfl pnnvh, we lilllIlt'llPil into zlnntliel' Yf'2ll'lS rushing svssirni. I lviiioiiilmc-1' lmw zuvkwzml I felt trying to think nl' soincrtliing to say whvn I was going ll1l'0llfLll rush. Now I feel just as uwkwzml on tho otllc-1' Oncl. Itls so hzn'cl to think ral' SUIIIOIIIIIIQ utllvi' than nlcl stannl-lmys. Bnining: tlm niiilniglit nil. First row, left to right: F. Iizinger. I". C':n'son, S. Iinnclson, T. Iiziy, Ii. Clic-iwy. IJ. Pc'llm'in, II. VVooml, Ii. Mniwny. Ii. llulnx Second row D. Leo, J. IXIIIUIICIIJIH, Ii. Iinrke, K. Mrwk. Missing: C. Tllljlllll. Il IJIttllIll'lll'l', Cl. lic-Inn-r, IJ. Ariclorson, IQ. wviTC'Il1Lll'li, II. Bntzinv. First row, left to right: M, Rtttlht-rg, S. Rot-lit, IC. limtly, C. Simmmis. A. Cut1pe1', S. lit-lwt'li1tg.5. R. lilzinkstt-in. G. SL'il1ZllliiIIltl.Il. Second row: .l. '1':tslitz. M. Gtmltm. S. Svhnull, P. lit-sslttr. P. Sl'ilI'2ljLt'I'. X, Rttlmitx, ll. Buss. li. Ptlztl. .L VV:tgc-ithtfim. Ii. Mtzuis, P. liir-h. Third row: BI. liust-nthzil. G. Svsslt-V. .X. Lt-win. II. Patlvy. R. Blnrk. I.. i.tth:11'. T. Pt-tt-snick. J. Rust-nhztttm, A. HI'l'Il1t'l'. R, Huhttsh. I". lit-sslt-1'. Fourth row: P. Priltiy, S. llulinky, H. Mnrvtts. IJ. l.m't1:ilil. X. I.:s.ssvi'. Ii. i'il'IlI!ii, M. Bifllilillllll. M. Grady, Ii. lrilllliilll. A, St-himit-l. D. Taitttlmzm. W U. Ft-ls,l. Rtlzuiisky. Il. Silvvrs Ht-5' ll-llzt the lXUl1Sl'IllOiil0l' has :L fiat tirt-. tum Ik Ptah i Phi Sigma Delta llc-att' Dail, If tlit-1'tt's zttiytltihg xwwst' than rttshiiigg. it's thv hush MNSIHIIS thztt itmllttw. .XII thtt I'llSillx0S must ht- out ui that huttsv ufttii' thtt tlctucliiittt st-t hy thi- Ii1tttt't't':ttt-i'i1ity cillllll- vil, mul thttn tho wholt- t'i'ttttti't1ity nttwts in tht- living rutmi to tlisvttss thv rttsltm-s that just wviit iilI'0l1gLil. lu tlvt-ide wht-tltt-1' tn' not tw watitt l'i1l'i1 mtv to l'C'Ul1'II again. Wt- all sit tlmvii :uid pull init mu' littlv vztrtls tm that Illtxll wc imvtt matt thtriug thtt vw-iiitig. Vsttztlly the st-ssitms lust latex into thtt night, ttspt-wiztlly thv otitis mutt' that t-ml ut' thtt wtttxk, Will'll wt- must tltwitlt- wht-thtlr or not wt- . , . watlit to hifi ttztvh Illilll. It s X'l'I'Vi1i1l'tiitJiHI'Il1illl2ll't'llI'11il' ttfllllltlll ut at mam uttti1'stw11ig him ttn1'st1t'h at short timv, t , :tml W0 must iw Vt-ry t-:nrt-t'11l. This ymu' tw ve haul :tit t-xvttptioltztlly gtmtl K't't'tup" ut' i.I'PSilIll0Il iilflllgill l heapi- that wc- mm tin at gmail juli ui' rushing thvm. 346 1111111 111'11 Ill 1111- 111111'11111g. .X11 llll 111111 11111111 S111111'-1-1111-1'1-11 1,1111g111111 S1 1'1-1-1, il 1-1111511111111-1'11111111 0f1l1lIS11' 1'1111111 111- 111121111 '1'llD111lgI 1111111 1111- SIJ1'1'12l11f' 1'1'1'1'1f111 1'..X. s1's11-111s. Girls 1111- 11111's :11111 1-11111111151 s11111-111s 111' 11pp1'111'111 1111' 1-111-11 1115 111111': 1-111-1111 111111 1-111'1'1-1- 11l'2ll'Ol'S 11'1-1'1- I'l1llll1lIQQ 11111111111 k1-1-p- X1'14'I' 11'1- 1111is111-11 11111' 11151111113 11'1- 111-gg1111 111-11111115 S111111- 111' 1111- S111'1ll'1111'S 11lJ1J1j' 1111- 1111is11111g 111111-111-5 111 1111-11s. First row, left to right: 11. F111k. S1-1'1'1-1:11'y: M. S1-11111111-1'11s, 11'1-11s111'1-1: 15. liitllflllllllll, 1111-si110111: .1. C'1111111s, 1'i1-1--1111-S1111-111 1 G. xvilIll1l'11Sl,SI'l1t1 Second row: S. C1111g111i11. M. 1'1ps11-111, 13. 111111, li. 1i111111111z, 15. Davis, M. .111111-s, 11. f,0I'fE'1, fl. 131-1s1-y. Third row: J. 1.111's011, D. G1111s0111 S. S111i111. 13. M1111111-ws, IJ. R1-111111-11111-1'. J. 15111'11111'11. ' -'1'1- 11'111'1c1-11 1-1111111111 1111- 1111111.11 "' Phi Sigma Kappa W1- s111-111 1111 111' l11s1 11'1-1-11 11'111'ki11g 1111 11111111-1-1111111115 111s- 1111ys, W1- 11s1-11 111111111 15.111111 lli1IJ1i1llS 1111 11111' 111SIJ121V ' ' U' U' ' ' - h .1-11-v X lllgl, 1-11-1111111- s11p11111-11 111111 11111 11'111'111111gg 111l11111g, 11111 Ill Q1-111-1111, 111-111111- 11'1-1'1- 112151111121 11111111111 215 11' 111111-11 111' .1 111151 X J' First roiiv, left to right: Ii. Smith. .I. VVvi't, D. 'St'll1l1H2IK'Ilt'l'. .I. III'C'Il. Ii. II:ii'm:m. Second row: Ii. C'hm'r-hill, T. Vlllis. J. i'li:zmlwi's, I". Mig- no, VI, Mills, I.. IXl'I10lVC'l'. Third rpyv: Ii. Xmiiig, J. IVI1-yws, J. Iiowlmtliniii, Ii. Iiimilholm, .I, VVitlcmi0y0i', T. wvlJt'JSt'llt'l'ZllIl. Fourth row: I .lc-zitrzzii. li. Rusty. IJ. Hiistmi. H, Iwi-ltr-ii. if .ltiiyzviusi-ii. T, cIIllf'IiIiII2l. Fifth row: Ii. XXIIIIIIIIIISOII, I". INlr"I':ivisli. .I. Vl'hitiiig. IS. Swliwvii, I5 lic tmfii IS Yrnllmii VI Ihii A .5 -.il V I I hz, :Lui you guys loiisyl Pi Kappa Alpha Ilvzu' Ihul, I'x'v hc-vii lnusv workiiig on my vziiupziigii. I'm Ylllllllllgf, lm' am otlit-Q on tho Stuclc-iit Sviizitv, :mtl what ai i'ut-iw-4' th-it is' Inst, at vzmclidzitv must gilt Z1 pzirty to hzu-li him. I i..l s trx' to ffm-t Iioiisos amd I5.Nl,O.C'.'s to vii- ?'S flursct his 1-aiiiclitliivy. Thvii hit must print up hzmcl hills Q with his pit-tiirv, qiialitim-zitioiis, :md hst ul viirlmsviiir-tits, :mtl Iizivc- his iizmiw pziiiitvtl tm slwvts thzit mv hlmg iii :ill thc c-:mipus iwmiiiiiig lmiisvs. lCx'f1i'y c-vviiiiig. hit miist rlrt-ss up :mil rush l'i'om lmusc- tu lmtisv imikiiig siwm-lifts :mtl giving his vit-ws tm :ill the t'tlllll'0X'tll'SI2lI issiivs ul' thtt ihiy: this your itls lmllwt lmxcis, pzirkiiig, :mtl thv Ilziily 5 1 7 vutiiw' uri- vtmiiiitt-tl. it's still thtt aiilmiiiistmtiuii that gm'- I Q Czirtliiiail. Whciii it s :ill ow-i' :mtl thv rctiiriis lrmii thv Z1 1 html hilt I'm lfvttiiiv' sxwll llXINll'lOllt'tl I Vcizillv 'U 451' , ,., ht . . Q thmli I luivv ii guutl t'I12lllt'l'tll. wiimiiigi thi- iwiwx Pi Lambda Phi -A 1111 1.211411 KI111111111z1 was s111'11 111 H1i21111 1111, S11 s111111- 111' 1111 A . 1 1 71 11111, 1 1 .I S 21- U .I U .I . 'V I I . K X 1, L 1 A 4 Q I 1 1 1 - 1i11111 I 11'i1111 111 s1111111 1111. .X1'1111' il 11'11i111 I stz11'11111 111 51111 11111 111021, 111111 1111111 11111111111 111'111'1'111111 Qls11 11':1s s1cz11i11g1'i11gs 11111111111 I1Il', I p1'111111l11y 111111 11111 11111st 11111. .X1'1111' 1111111111 I 11'z1s 1111 S111 1'111' 111111111111' try. :11111 H11 1111 1111111 11111 :1g:1i11. 1711 it ylllll'41'11'1 First row, left to right: M. M111'g11lis. 11. GI:1z111'. 11. Hi1's1-11, 1'X1'1l6'qlI1'I'1 S. IxII1I'1'l1S, l'1'XI IC. M:1,1'1'11s, IJ. VV11iss. s111'1'11t:11'y: M. P11:11'I, J. Si11'i1'k J. VV11yC111', S. Issz1.1'S1111, 11. C11'11ss111:111. Second row: A. P11i11111'1111111, S. Ii11p1:111, J. Y1111la11ff, II. S1'1111I11i11k, S. Gi1111111I, T. I1:1ss111:111, N .1X1'ki11S II. I11111:11', J. IVI1-12, F. C1i1111111I. Third row: C. .h11l1'I'1S. N, S:11'1111111'f. M. C1iI111111'11, I1. G111'11'i1z, M. Davis. J. Slxiviu, I". C711I11111. H. W11i1111111'g 11. S:11111111's1111, .I. Davis. Ii. S111111. Fourth row: 11. C'11:1i111s1111. 11. PI111ki11. G. YV11iss1111111, G. I"1'i1111111z111, IJ. .1s:1s1111k. M. S11-in. 11. Kl11i11. J YVi111111111'g, .I. I1111':1y. Ii. I"i11I11. Fifth row: S. S1'1lllIl12lIH. G. 1111111011 IJ. K1i11g1111s111i11. J. I111111111111. I.. -I1111111l'1'I'. H. S111i1111111'g. ID. fiI'1'Qg. I-I 1il1l'IllILI1. I.. VV11I1T, M. I'111'l1111', I.. S11l1:11'1'1111. Sixth row: I1. C'111111111', J. VV11iI, I1. IiJl11l1, H. Davis, J. I'IiL1'1J1'l, Ii. I111SI1. N. I'I1S1'116I'. VV. ciI'Ill1i1.'I' IJ. 51111111111-, IJ. Si1111111. 9 1 f 1 i if Psi Upsilon llvai' Datl. doing was sl1ix'91'iiigg. No r-nlcl yvt tliongli. Boy. I liopc shut :Lppl'r-vizitvs this. First row, left to right: H. Ohm-i-clit-k, st-1-i'vtai'y: R. IItlllil:lLl'lI, vit-4--pw-sitlviit: D. X4-lson. prvsitlt-nt: I.. Cakt-i'. sc-voiitl vit-t--prvsitlvntg J. Cont ti'c-asim-i'. Second row: D. lit-ith. D. Krt-ss, J. Brviizvl. J. Hvring, J. Snvtlavkcr. Third row: VV. I'Ic'f'lc-s. S. l.lovtl-.lcnws. R. l3vMt-rc-ll, IJ ilnmv. H. Henipc-. M. Miissvr. R. Blum: Fourth row: J. Greon. if Herniaii. lt. Kotqwr, S. Myrah, J. Rector. W. Hiilt. Fifth row: R. Coopvi Y. Itllc-i'. J. Dunn. IJ. Molstml, li. Kola:-lui, H. Lt-wis, This is rvally tliv ww-k fm' wintc-i' sports. l.ast night unc of thv guys in tho linnsv gut thv ith-a that. ratht-i than having uni' usual SLIIIIITIQIY night party, ww shonltl all get tnggc-tlic-1' and gn tnhaggaiiiiigg sn wv cllcl just that l put on all thc stllll that was still a little tlainp ironi skating yr-stvrtlay, tulrl niy clatv whvn l'tl lw mm' to pivlx hm' np. ancl hall' an litnn' latvi' we wviv Hying flown the hill. IRI sorta i'Hl'gtliTt'll how 1-old it gt-ts licrv at night, lwt-ausc lay thc- tinit- we we-iw' rvafly tn lf-avi' all I was Sigma Alpha Epsilon S41lll1'111IlI'S W11 1111 11111 1'1'11xi11s1 111111115 111-1'11 111 s111111111. vw ' 112151 11111111 1111 111111 21 i'11ll'1l1l' 11111'1v 111111 1111111111111 111 1111111 21 l'111'1lI'11 1111111111. NIV 1111111 111111 I 111111111 11s "KID 111111 XIV 5111111411111 111111 1111 W1111 21 111'1z11 lllbl' 11. I 111111111g111.1 111 111111 21 I1211I'111- 11111111 11111g111s 111111 S1111 111111111 111 11 111111114 111111111111 s1111 1-11111111 il 11111-11-111111. 11 was l'l'2111y 111111. I 11111141911 1.111 1 1'111111111111' 11111111211 111111 was 11is11111111i1111111 111 S1111 111111 1111 111111'1 1111111 111111111111' 111111 1111111111111. '1'1111 j1111 XVI1 11111 1111 111111111'11.1i1111s was 1'111111y Q2Ql'l'i11. W11 11111 s1111111 11111111 l'P1'01'l1N 1.l'0Ill 11111 11111111 11111111 s1u1i1111 111111 il j11k11 1111x 110111 111111 111' 1 111111111 111 llN 1111111 11111 1111- 11111 1111'111 p1111111s. '1'h1111 1 1 ' x 1 1 p11 1' llll' -.HN 1:111'11111111s 111 1111 Ill 11111 11111p1v 111111 sp111'11. g 111 R111111111111111' 1111- night 11111 S.X1'I's 1111111 11111 P111 GHIIIIS 111 1Il1'1I' 11 p111's1111:11 111111'1111m11111 111 song! First row, left to right: IJ. 1111111-1111. 11. I111Illl1l'I'g. 17. S11i1g111'. 11. 311111111 vi1'11-111'11si1111111: P. S12lll1I1ll11'l'gZ1'I'. 111'11s11111111: IJ. K1'11n111i11g111. 11. P11111 r Second row: 11. T1111111ps011, G. 1x1l'1l'l', P. C'1111i11s. 13. P1'io1', C. I.i11111111111. 15. 11llSSL'11, V. II11w11.1'11. A, S1111111i111. Third row: B. Post. ID, V111-1-11 H, 1Y111f1111sp111'g111'. 11. St11i1111111's1. T. Nl'I'1'1Il1, 11. S11-w:11'1. 11. V1'1'1111111s14i, Ii. I11Il11F1'f'. Fourth row: S, .1:11'x'is, .1. 11i1'11:11'11s. Ii. ,x11'Yillll1l'I'. I I11LI1f.f1'. .l. 311111111111 11, 1"i1zsi111111111111s. 11. X11111111. Fifth row: 17. 3I!'l'l'I'f'. 11'11:1s111'111': IJ. 1111111113 15. Iil'11l'Qll'l', ll. 111111-Q1111. .1. 51111. J. 1,:11111s1111111f 1. C'11111111i11gs. .1. '1'1111111:1s. Sixth row: Cl. I111111s11111. I". IS1111111. IS. .xIl111'l'Sl1ll, li. K11111111, C". P11111's1111. li. 1,11-11i11g, C'. Iifbyill. sf is -v I' , , - 1 1 - , 1 . gg 1111111131911 11,1 :1- ....f1s11111 1 11 1111111 11: w wrfgg 1 1 First row, left to right: 11. S111111111:111. IJ. Iii1111111-1, 11. C1:11111111i1z. .I. I.:11111. 1'. S1'1lIL111'I', 'If 1111g:11x, 11. -11l1lIlSU11. 17. H1111i11g1. '1'. V'i1Ii11111s, V. P1'11s11111. 11. I1:1Z11111'. 11. I'1111111111. Second row: Ii. '1'1111l1111Q1111, 11. KIy111's. 11. S1'1ll11Z. II. II:111g:1:11'11. IP. Ii1Lss11111ss1111. 11. 1II'1-1'I'. J. f1111:1111'1, YV. B1'l'1lIll. T. 'I'1111111ps1111. 11. SZlII11C'I'S, M. J111111s1111. IJ. xY1l1'l'1l'I', VY. l,HIl1'. IJ. II1-111I111's1111. Third row: 11. 1111111111, Ii. XKvU11211'H1i1. C. IxI2l.I'S11i111, J. Hl1111'l', Il. N11I'1ll1'Il, I1. S11y11111'1l1, I'. VV11iss. P. IQ11I'1'1l1'l'. 11. 1'1v1111s1111, J. M11111'111i:1, 11. I'1I1'1l1lI111111'. 11. 1i11ss.J. X1IlI'11Il. Fourth row! J. G1111111- 11i1z. VV. SOI'L'IlS11Il, 11. 1111g'11x, Cf .xIl11l'1l1j.fI1, P. 1Y111'111i11g11111. 13. I111111-1', J. S1'llNYI1I'1Z. J, I1I'IlXK'Il1'. Ii, I,i1z11w, Cf S1111111, I1. I1l'I'1'IlL1. IJ, P11111-sh. Fifth row: .I. Nll1'1IH21Il, 11. I'ik1-, IC. C'11i1111-1i11ski. 17. Ig2L1'1N'I', 11. J111111s1111. .X. -1H11IlSK7I1, I.. Ii11111s1111. S. I'11lS1l'I'. J. Ii111'k, Ii. Y1'11I11'1i, IJ. H11k11, P. FI'1'1'1lI111U. Sixth row: .1. S1lI'2L1.f111'. J. 'I'h1111111s1111. J. II:11'v1-y. W. S1'1lXY1'1'I'S. Ii. '1'1111111ps1111. IJ. I'1Il1'I', Ii. Z1'If.fl'I'. XY. M111's111111. VV. 171111111 .I. Zig111111111. M. Smith. H Sigma Chi 11l1'112lj' 11111111111 IIIIILIY. I 1 ' . 'B 11511 A WY I,1'2ll' 112111, 1 1- . . .. ,. . 111 1 .. . ' 1 if' I' 1 - . ' 1.111 r. !u1'g"1- 1.11s1 111111111111 w11 Sf'I'1'1l2l111'11 1115' I'1l1Pl1ll1I2l1l12l1l111115 SW11111- u 1' 1' v v 1 .16 i 1 1 1Il'ilI'1. 1111211 El 1111111 1111 Il12lI'1'l11'11 11x'111' 111 Illxl' s111'111'11V . yn .7 A . ' with 1"1'1'211 "'llS11J il' 11111 Jl'I'1.l11'1 11111'1111111VJ 111111 1111111-111111 , rw rw . Y 1 . . V . , 1 1111 111 11111 11v111g 1'1111111. X111 51111121 il 1-111111111 111 1I'2l11'I'1ll1y s11111gs 111111 11111' 111111111111 sung, 111111 11111 s111'111'i1y 11111 11111 Q1111111. '1'h1111 I was s111111s1111 111 11'11s11111 his v'i1'1 with Il P5 111Jl11Il1l1l. 111011, s1111111111111 111111 111111 11111 11111 111 gix'11 1Il'l' 1111 .V ,1 .,.,, A. 11111 1l11w111's 111 11111 1111x. si111'11 1111 111111 1w11 111111'11 s111'1111111111H 3 -A -4' 111 1111 111111 11x'1111i11U'. 11111 111'111'V111111 s1111'11111 s1111111i1111' 111 11111 ,W 4 In , rw 1-1 . 11 iii. 1 .. A Q" . A . 11111111 I 1111111111 11111 il 111i1'11 111' 11111 f111w111's. Was my 1111111 ,if - 11... ,Wi nj 5 15 yi-11 1'11111 11111 1 g11x'11 1l1'l' 11111 1'11s1 111' 11l11lll. 111111 1111111 111115' Q-will x 1 .. E g. -1 3 if 11iss1111 11111111 11111111' 1'111' us 111 1x'1111'11. YY11 sung 21 11111' 111111'11 I 'i . .4 1 S111l1,QSZl1l11 11X1'1l111l1.I1'11 sw 111111111 IJIIIIIS. 1111111 W11 s1111'11111 "fix", I' . 'E 113 11111 1llIl1'1'1l1ll!L A111111 111111111 111111 Il111X'1'11 1111 111 11111 1111X1 - . - ' f " f - Mjvw? M- 111- -wwf! ' " 1' 5 j M ' M - 'QL VW ' f... 5 S11I'111'11j'. .Xl.11'1'1lI11'S111lg.K 111'111'1i1-11s. KY11 1'2lI1 si11gi11 11111111 ,1 A 1. ILVLV KAW Q ii ..gkV.K ,- M-M-WM1 A-W I 11, 1 -"Q 1, 11 I '11 1 511, M k ' I , 4 wfw. I www- ww fn., ...guiviuw-..-av. 1... ,,,.,.. ....11ss1 H First row: "c11Il12,'1'I'.'1 Second row, left to right: J. xNl'1l'. 19. M111111y. 11111111111 1111111.11111 01111'l'1'Q J. I,4'1UI'S, 11'1111s111'111': 11. li1Zl.111', 1111111111:11111111'3 J M21I'f1ll, 111. 11111111111111111111 0. Plz1iss11111111. Third row: VV. -1fl1lIlSOIl, 1.. P111111111, C. 171111l11111, IZ. 111111'1s1111, 11. 1i1I1f1l', R. 111111s111111w. J. 11:111g1111s J. MILXi1l11l1, J. J:111ss1111. Fourth row: J. 1VIi11k111w111z, 17. D1'11ws, 111. Obey, H. M111111111, 11. 811111-11, li. W1111111111, lf. PI'1l1N'1', VV. '1'1s111111', J. J111111s J. PIIHISOII. Fifth row: J. R1111m1111S111111111111113 1'1111111'11111'g J. Ii1'1111111111', G. Slett111111111, J. H11g:g1111, N. Villl 13111' J11gy, K. Ig1'O1i21XY, 11. C'11111111'1111, 11 Ii2L1lI', U. Kuntz, J. S111111. Sixth row: J. c1I'111, J. 111-1-1111111, M. 11IlI1g11l1S, T. Miiill, 11. 1'111:1111. VV. lilllli1l, M. 1101ifITli1I1Il. 1'11p111'1111'. l.. 1.:111s11I1 R. M11l1l11111. J. iX1If'CllI'41Y, 11111111511 111111'S11:11l. Sigma Nu Dem, Dad! I think Jerry 1111w1s stinks! S2l11lI'112ly 111111111 I 1111111 111 il s111'111'11y f111I'1S1ll12lS 1'41I'lIli11. A ' ' 1 1111 11. 1'1111s111111'111g 1111' 1llX. 11111's11g11. 111111 11111111' 1111111111111111s. 11 1'2l1l 1'2l1l'1j' 1111111. '11111' 11111-1111111111 1111111111' 11'11Q 1'111'1' 11111 11111 11111 1111s1 11111111 11'11s 11111 11111111111111 1111111 111211 I 1'111111i1'1111 11s Ll 1'111'111'. I 11s1111 1111' Illllg 1111' 11111 l'Pl112l1Il111'1'111' 11111 111'1111- 1112 111 11l'11l1i 11111 111.1 1112l11S 1111111 I 111111 21 11s111'11l 111'11s11111. '11111' 111111s11 11'11s 1111111111111111 111 21 c11ll'1S1I1l1lS 11111111.11 111111 111111gi11gg s111111'111111s, 1111111113 211111 11111111111 1111s11l. 'l'1111 1111515111 11111111111111111 1111s QL 11115 111'1111'11 1.11111 s111111'1111111 111211 S211 111 11111' 111111 111. 11111 1111111111 1111111'. 11111111 11111 1111111111 was 11111111s1 P 111'111', 111111111 11111111 111' 118 1'1'11111 11111 111111s11 SlII111lQ1111'11 :'1+'1'11s1y" 'ii 11111 11111 1-l'1JlI1 1111111' 111111 1111114 111111 111 11111' l11111s11. 1111 s1111111 11111 ll1g1l1 11111111 11111'111'11 11111111115 1111 111 11111 11111' 11':1s11 111111111. X11 111 1111 11 11111 11 Q11111111w 01111 111 11111 1111Q1 1 1'11 11111111 111 WUQQN 353 Co Flrst row, left to right: IJ. Wzillu-13 ll'0IlSlll'4'l'Q li. SK'llIlli1llllf'li. Yil'4'-IJI'l'Slll0lllI li. lic-gin-rilu-rg, pn-sicla-ni: if Will. sa-1-1'c-triryg T. Zilnvy. Second w: .l. Wm-rtli. P. Fx-lmlliriiisf-11, ll. Mill:-1', li. SllllZIllIill, A. Sulvm-sxm, ll. Szuxri, .l. lln-ulc-11, li. SllI'I:llbI'li, .l. illIlI'Ill'll. Thirfl row: J. Mrlrsalm-ri, 0 l ltllllfl li N1 liljilllffll II.S1-uit.IJ.Iliwiiiii,lJ.l"1'c-ml:-if-li. ll. l'n1u-. .l. Hill. Fourth row: lJ.Mit1-lu-ll. l'. lzlllz-. VN . N-1-I4-lcll. l. l'l':111Is1-Ill, l. llc-rm. l'. lli'Il4lI'l'SUIl. nu- on l'l1il, sing. 1 'f .s wg- . -. -, Sigma Phi lin-:ir llzul. l ggiu-ss l'x'm- lu-vc-1' lulrl you iilllllll tlu- pzlrtu-s wx- lmxs U u H3 at tlu- luuisc- uliiumsl 1-x'c-ry Silllllllilj' Ill,.Qlll. 'l'lu- ,gl lJl'lllQlQ ilu-ii' elzm-s UYl-I' illlll wr- sit 2ll'Hl1llll Talking :uul Slllglllgl 01' 4-lsv wi- flIlll1'1'. fill? ul' our IIPW ple-clgc-s 4-:111 rm-znllv plan' ilu- pizuua :uul lust Sziturrlzly lu- surf- we-ut lu town nu Hlll' z11u'ic-111 lil'ylNi21l'Cl. llc- mzulm- nu- ll-1-l tlmi l I'l-21llV wuslm-ml ull tlull illlli' lillilllgl lllilllli lm-swims XYll4'll l was ai liul. NVQ-'rv :ill liunliiiig l'n1'wz11'cl lu lu-xt Wll1'li-Ollll Wlll'll wi-'lv lurlfliiigg Ulll' Illlllllill l,fll'Sl2lll liilly pzirly. ll will lu- lu-rv 111 ilu- llHllNOIlll1l I'll ll2lX'l' In lllg up il l'UNllllIlK for il. 'l'lu- plc-11511-S am- slznrliiig In lllillil' llic-flc-1-muiliu ll!- lln' i1 lllll l r'2lIl sw- Ilml Ilu- zu-tin-s will lu- clniug nuns! ul ilu- wurli SlllI'K' Ilu- Ill'llSlll' guys luiw- lu-4-ii Illlilillvtl. Ulu wc-ll -it lm--nfl wx- lriw- -1 pi-num IDlZlX'l'I' in llu-plc-flgrv r-lrisw ,. 4. 1 1 1 l 354 ,,,, 1 1 1' , , Sigma Phi Epsilon - 111'21I' 112111, S211l1l'C11lj' 11112111 XY1' 111111111 1111111 2111511111112 1111111111111 1111 11I11S1l1'1211 11z11111111111' S11 1111 2lI'1'il1l521111 11 1l2lY1'1L1t'. As 11 1111111111 11111, 11111 XY11il1111'1' was 1'11:111y 1111111, 11111 H1111111111111' W11 111:111- 1121111 111 slay w:11'111. .X1'11'1'Wil1'11S W11 1'111111'111111 111 11111 111111s11, 111'11w1111 1111 s1111111 1-111-1111 111111 S1I'l'11'1ll'11 11111 111 1'1'11111 111' 11111 111:1z111g 111'11. '1'111s 1:1s11111 1111111 11111 111111p111'111111111111111 111 111111 sz1111 i1 was 1111111 111 1:11111 11111 girls 111111111. 1111 S111111:1y 11111 w11z1111111'1111111 1111111 1111 il 1111zz:11'11 f111' 11s 1111111. By 11z11'1y 11v1111111g 11111 11111111111 was 1-11v111'1111 W1111 il g11s11111111g 1'1v11 111111111s 111' s1111w. .X 1111111111 111' 11811111111 11111 111111s11 W11111 11111111 I 111 11111 11:1111s111111111', N1ll11'1i s1111111 11'z1ys 11111 111 11111 1'a11'111111'1:1 :11111 W11111 1111 1111 1S:1s1111111 11111 1-111' :1 s1111111g s11ss11111. 155' 11111 11'111111-11 W11 w111'11 1111 111'1111 11111, S11 w11 1'111111'111111 11111 1l'2lVS 111 11111 11211 111111 111111111 11111111 111 11111 111111s11. As y1111 1-:111 s1111. I 1-11111 w1111111111' :11111 s1111w 111111171 11111111' 11111' 1111111. '11111' 1'11y:11 1'11s111111 w1111'1111111. First row, left to right: V. 1V1l1l'1101', W1111111111111111. N111s1111. M11Gi11111s, K11y111. Olson. Second row: F1'1111z1e1. F11st111'. S111-1111. 151-x1-1111. Mvvis, Hfl1f1xI'1j', 1'f111:111s, fJSXY2l111. 11. K11111'1111, H:1111111'S11'o11. P111111i. Third row: 1"11x, wv11111ll1iIl, Z:11111, C1l'2l1l1lIl, K1111111'11o1111. 112l1i1'l', 1V1:11'11111s. 1'1111'1111 KI'll61gl1I', .l. 1i11111':111, '11l1110Il. Absent: 1W111z, 1w1111. Coe, Hi1's11. 111V1iY15'V 1117151 'Y?1111Y3I'f1 l A ' 11 1 1'p '11 1 1' 'K 1111- .1151-1111f.Z11 1 Tau Kappa Epsilon Doar Dad. Saturday, for tho first timv in quito a whilm-, I got ai little of my studying dono. Ilowvvor, about mid-way through tho ziftornoon, one of tho hrothors from Madison vainf' in and asked me if I would likv to go riding on his ire-sailing bout. How c-ould I rosisti' So I put on about live lziyvrs of shirts and c-oats and my long rvd flznnu-ls and hoadvd for tho lake with him. XYv had a good lwoozci, and W0 must lizwo been going about 40 1n.p.h. You rido so closo to thi- iw that it sooins liko about 100. llc lot me steer it for :L while, but I wzLsn't very good at staying in front of tho wind. It takers ai lot ol' skill to work onv. Como on or wv'll lu- lute. First row, left to right: D. Carlson, G. Frvdvrim-lson, J. Taylor, G. Iimond, vice-preside-nt: R. Sliild, president, D. Fnrzin, t1'oasu1'Q1': G. Phillips. pledge trainorg L. Holtz, Chaplain, R. Knphi-im, socrotaryg B. Lnlirot. Second row: J. Olson, B. Furan, D. Pwr-kloy, D. Schirhen, W. Van Dien, D. Archie, D. Fisher, K. Bauer, B. Mitchell, R. Kato. Third row: G. Bauvr, B. Fein, L. Voss, J. Whlstad, B. Thomas, J. Josso, L. Bruch, W. Paulson, J. Culp, W. Soidornzm. Fourth row: B. Houlo, D. McClure, D. Piohl, J. Wirnmer, W. Aumann, K. Donlovy, L. La- Bollc, T. Fngh, A. Matz, D. Bournslaigor, A. Mailer, J. Weingzmdt. Fifth row: B. Wagner, M. Ellis, A. Boo, R. Kolseth, C. Loosor, D. Twormo, D. Martins, J. Plowmzm, J. Amundson, J. Lambs, B. W:Llls, B. Johnson. Theta Chi 1711111' 171111, All 11111 sw11111 111111 171151111 1711 illl1711'101' 8112151711 171' 1'11s11ing 1. . .5 . is 11v111'. This Yl'2ll' 1 W11111 11111 1111 21 11111 11111111 211111 1111111 11111 11i11s 111 the l'llS11t111S. 1 g1111ss 111111 we 11111 il 521171711 111717 171. s11111s1111111ship: 111st night wc 111111 1'111'111111 I711'11g11l1!Q 101' 11111 lmiggvst 511171117 this f1'111111'11ity 1l2LS 11v111' 111111. As usual, 1,171 sw111'n 111 s111-1'111'y 211717111 11111 p1'11111111111'11. 17111 1 st1,11111 11111111 111111 1'111111111111111'1111 when 1 111111 ggonv 1h1'1111g11 11111 s1111111 111ingt1111s11 new 17101112105 w111'11, 111111 it SllC1t191l1j' 11it 11111 that 1 only h11v11 this y11111' left 111 1-1111eg11. What 21 st 1'1111g11 feeling, il 111ix1111'11 of i111p11ti11111'11 111111 111111: That 11171711 1,1111 ,A-ff "S1111i111' 11211111271 B111 1 111111't 1'11g1'11t il 51111219 11111111111 171' my 111111111511 1111ys. 1'fx'111'y 11111111111 1111s 11111111 w111'th it. S1111. I 111111 yon, you 1117111111111 g111 11w11y with 11. First row, left to right: .1. 1iI'll2GI'. M. 1'1111zk11. 11, P1'111i1'1'1', .L VV11i1:1. V11-11-p1'11si111111t1 11, .hllf1,t1117t'1'1f. p1111si111111t: P. St'1l17t'1l17t11'k, 111111s11111111111 T. VV011'11l111, 11'11:1s111'111'3 15. XKvOI'1111llLI117Il 1'11s11i11g 1'1111i1'1111111. Second row: 11. 111-1z1111'1. .1. St1p11111111. 11. .101111s. 11. Sti1-1'v111111', B. 1'11'11111111, . Kubitz, M. :h11f.f1'117l'1'1i, 11. 811111113 17. 111111111ist111'. 17, M111'171111g111. .1. 1i1'111'i11g1. Third row: T. B111'1'y, .1. F1'11111-111l11l1. G. 1"1'1111k, VV. C'111's, T t 15 OVC1'1l171't?l', J. 111111i11s011, 17. 17I't'X11'1', 11, 111111152 P. C110s11. Fourth row: C. P1-111'it11, 17. 1511111113 V. Pt'tt1I'SI7ll, 15. F1'11111'i11l1s, T. 1V11111'11, TTO6'I'11t'l', B. D11V11y, C. Sl'1lXVt'1'I11H1l, 11. Ott, .1. 111l1'2l11y. Fifth row: 11. T111x1111'1', I". St'1l1Il17I7t'l'. 17. 11111l111'k, 17. 1'1'11iss, A. 1111,f11111. A. 11it111'i 11. IS11111, T. I,1l171I1S1i1, B. 511111111111 Sixth row: .1. S11'Ot'1i1'. .1. S11111lll1'1i. U. 110511. 111. Collins. J. T1'1-i1'11111. 17. 11111111is. O. 11111l1111k. .1. 1.011111 V1 ' 1211.-15.1 . . 3116? 11: 1:-1.111191 11156111 11.13. .1 . ARF 1' E First row, left to right: IC. Tolxin, N. Consigny, M. Carswcll, Cl. Stcvvns, K. linds-r, J. Nnpper. T. Grote, T. Lueck. Second row: J, Kutz- hzivh, li. Iivrrick, R. Rot-so, VV. W:1ItLl1'. J. Jvnnt-tt, R. I3r0nn:mn. J. Adams, A. Mc-Dowoll. Third row: D. Kirschling, J. Albert, G. Ohm B. Ovor, Ii. Chiroff, D. Pliszku, J. Norton, J. Wzmltc+r, R. Rhodvs, R. Yates, T. Iiloist, W. Irvine, Ii. Brockman, G. Schaefer G. DGLl1t'f'ti,' D. Dnohnc-r. Fifth row: R. Hillman, R. Mixson, J. Henning, A. Schoening, R. Stnvk, J. Dutton. W Nelson. Sixth row: lR, Bestematni G. Httlllllltjllll, J. Sc'hI:1:1k, T. Host-. T. Thompson, R. Farlvy, G. Iiosv, T. Prosser. 7 Theta Delta Chi Uear Dad, Ouvhl During r-hzipter Illillxilllg this week wo olevtvd a now vuhinot of otlicers, sint-0 all of us in ofilivo now will ho gradnztting in Juno. Wlivn it was all over, I stood hw-k and lookvd at the nc-w ofiicorsg all ol' thvm were fellows that had lwvn plvdgos under me, and I found mysolf wondf-ring, "How in thc world will thc-so youngsters ht' ahlc- to run at lil'21TCl'llITj'A.,H But then I l'f'lllt'llllD6l'0fl liavillg almost tht- some thongzght when the soniors undvr whom I plodgi-cl gracluzitorl litllll' years ago. Thon I thought, "Maybe thvy aron't. so young after itll, it c-ould ho that Ilm gvtting old. Thi-n I l'0l1l6llll70l'0tl what my room- matct told Ill? right lwtorc- he glllilllzlitlll. Ho told mv, nnivh to iny shovk und dislwlief, that ho was getting il hit tirvd ol' frutornity lilo By that tinn' I was in al grvut pliilosopllitfnl mood, :ind looking ztronnd for someonv to talk to, I spied one ol' my old plodgc- ln'otIn-rs. UI know just what Ytlll7l'0 thinking -letls go to :1 Hit-k," said ho. ll? did. 358 I Ill-ur Dall. First row, left to right: IC. Ilovc-r, .I. Poplill, .I. fl1'l'0IlI7l'I'g, H0i'I'l'IllI'y1 II. Fraliisv, VIVO-IlI'I'SIlIl'IlIf Mrs, NI, f'i'vIl-ilmls. liollsc-lliotlu-i'g M. Golfl smith, prvside-nt: A. Murliin. l1'o:1si11'vi', P. III-rms, Iiisturizuig S. Ii:1x'IioVs-vli. Second row: A. Paxssmzm, II. Ilzxmiltriu, H. Kwnss, M. Slrxisslwr N. Colwii, .-X. Yzmllnf, M. I,ilw:ac-k, J. Stum-, NI. Grriis. Third row: IJ. Iflllll, VV. 'I':mi1m-iilmlun. I.. LIIIIIPIIIHIIIIII, I'. ISPOXYILII, lfislic-s, IS. Turks cz' I Iiiulmm X Tuiiui N Iqllllfliflx I Cick Iiriegvr. C'. Gordon. X. VVQIJN. Fourth row: .I. Swgrul. VV. CI1'wi1Imvi'g. H. Nutz. I., Ilviilv-'g,. . " 1 , . . ' C. S:1Iing1vr. P. I.yons. Fifth row: P. Imv, XY. XYm1If0. H. Gurmluii, S. Svhloss. II. I.ipkii1II, Ii. HillfJt'I'Il. Zeta Beta Tau Get il Iorul ul' that glly. VVhu mlous hc- Ihihk hv is, ruiywziyl .XII that ITXIIIQIIIIS lor mv is the giuullieilimi I-wciiioiiy. I,:1sl UYUIIIIIQI I rlimlwcl thc' hill for wlml will pi-ulmhly Iw Ihr lust timv. I sail Iluwn Imesirlm- thc- statue' ol .Xlw Lin- I-ulii. It was clzirli: Ihc- yollmx' lights Ihzlt lim- Thr Iwo w:1IlQ-ways lu liaisvniii wc-l'c'cIl'a1xx'ii1gz1 pzllll In Park Slrcw-lg Iwymicl, II10 ml iiwm sighs mi SIz1IvSIl'c'vI Icwl thv wary lu thc- iklpitlil IJIIIIIIIIIQJQ. I sur fm' an lung Iimv i'c-iiiiiiisriiigz my wry first I-lass, IIHISIIIIIQIII Iiiiglish in IIQISVHIII Ilaillg Ihm' All-IlII'Il00Il I slippwl illlil fvll mi llw iw whila- IVXIIIQJQ In walk flown IIN' IIiII ZIIIIUI' vlzissj Ihr' Iimv thc' I-Im-k iii Ihr- Nlusir- IIIIII Imwi' sirurk mul :Vs-Im-IQ in thv lll0I'llIllg V wlwii I was IIIIITYIIIQ with my rlzm- Imvli In hm' mlnrml Ii :mil using: lhv Iiullislu-Ilvi'I1'uysl'u1'sIimIii1g Ilmvii Ihr- hill f , . . 1 . .av nm Ihr hrs! siiuwlull ul the- ywzir. Ihvii I Iwgguii In grit Ih:1l viiipty llwliiigg Iilw it was :III Im-it I xvulvliwl Ihr lllmlll risv. Illllllll I w:1IIw4I slmvly Inu-IQ In Ihv liollsr- :mil I In-guii In park. 359 That,s my bill! What the hcvk is all that for? All that just for hitting the szwk' 1311 sit up all night so I can enjoy the expense from hele on. Yun- T I'9IHOIl1lWI' tlw S0c'i:1l fl1uc'ti0nS. but tlwy dmft mst that II1lll'lI do they? W Independents First row, left to right: lfl. lizilnilmc-li, J. Tjollnt, ll. linolhnnllor, J. He-nl, J. llicwnkv, Mrs. Adzuns, l'I. Clinttrer, P. Burhriflgo, S. Sexton, A. W'inlolor. Second row: S. Kroi-ning, R. llissvr, J. Trujillo, J. lizwnlmrt., A. lJuPno, ll. Hall, K. Olson, A. Olson. A. Heald, M. Groggz, J. Uzunoron. Third row: S. liivvklimri, J. FPf'lllilll'I', D. Mirrvtli, M. Smith, N. Johnston, P. Pierce, J. Willson, J. l1llStOlC, J. Horwitz, B. Blake, M. Mziyhoe, P. Parsons. Fourth row: li. Live-sn-y, I". Riggs, li. Brown, L. lkms, I". Mv.-Xndrews, D. Dixon, N. Hirsch, S. Wagon. J. David- son. X. Sessions, N. Hoopvr. Fifth row: S. l'll'lC'llI'lI'll, li. Gilxlm, M. ixlll'2lll2l.lllS0ll, .L VV:zrner, S. Anclrcc, V. Slnttzil, B. Risteen, Ji. Nlurphy, ll. Pollmrk. Sixth row: X. liohri. M. Kiiflstw, S. Gilson, P. VVch'h, M. lN'l:lt,tli:i, li. Holnilme-rg, P. Dovring, S. Burgoon. Ann Emery Hall Blnil r':1 ll. .inn lilinwy, onv of tho lzirgvst lllil9p0llClGlll ilUl'Ill2llOl'l0S lol UlIlS on the i'dIllpllS, was nn llnportzint lllll'2llll, in lnnny vznnpns zwtivitivs. lfor llUlll0l'Ullllllg thc- girls von- st 1111-lr-cl Zl house clvr'o1'zxtion. ln :iclmlition an illllllllll opon- honsv was hold to lYl'l1'0IIlK' zlhnns roturningzg for tho higr gzum- with NlJl'lllNX'l'Sllll'lI. Upon-lionses www also hold ziltvr wivli otlim' homo footlmll Quinn. .Xl C'ln'ist1nns tho girls sponsorml their Zlllllllill Christ- nms l'o1'nn1l. ln tho spring zmoilwr clam-ci was hvlml l'1ll'2lll Slill'lllS. WX11111 Klillio' wus ono ul' tho most iinporizinl pvoplc on i'2lllllJllS to tho .Xnn l'lIll0l'Y wsimlolmts. Tho girls wont Two Ullllll' llllIJUl'l2llll lmonmls uniting, thc' 1-4-mlm-1115 wc-rv Q2 ' 2 tho illll'lll Stn-ss was plnwml on S1'll4ll2lSllK' zlvlilovvliivllt. 362 K . First row, left to right: S. G11l1ll1111'g, S:111111p1111l11, I,lllK'S, Si1111111111s, lil1rli1'l1. Hi111li11. Stilvs. I Ixl Il 111 1111 1111 11 llllll 111 1111 SllVll1'I' l.i111'i1'0111- l1ILli1'l' .Xll'X1LI11l0I'. Second row: fll'Il1l1l'l', C'l111'k. S1C'I'Il, fI11Il1llll2L1'l11'l', S lll B11- N 11 gl 111l C1111N111 111 11111 lx1 1 S11iffi11,i Third rowl: 'l'111l1ill, K1111'I1, BlLI'l1llN', H11sl1111:111, Cillfflllilll, l.i11111sliy, M111li11, .xlill-'I'IH:lll b11111111w 51111 1 1111 Nflbflx S11 ll 1 5111111 Fourth row: Zollnr, Nagy, H111-111l, SIIlllt'l', K11ss11111', Zipp1Ar1-r, M11rks,i.-X1'111s11'1111g, C11'11sl1111'g, Pvlkey, NI11y111's, lvl'll'l1, My111-Q, 3ILll'I'1!,f', llilllll, l"l1-vk, F11-is1'l111k111', G1'1-1111w11o1l, Sl'llXYilI'1Z. Carroll Hall fl2ll'I'1lll H11ll. l11-11111i1'11lly Ni1111111-11 1111 l,:1k11 Nlfxllfllltily "C '1111g1'111 11l111i011 first 111111111111 its 11111118 i11 11111 11111 111' 111513. I1 l11111s11s 11p- IJl'0XlIll1l11'lY 1w11 llllllfll'1'1l girls 111111 is 1111-r1-1'111'11 11111- 111. 1110 A l2ll'gi'S1 i111l11p1111111-111 fl1Jl'IllS 1A11l' W111111111. ' 111111 111' 11111 SlJ1'1'l2ll lJlll'l111r"1xS 111' fl2ll'l'1lll ll11ll was 111 111'- V ii g1111iz1- i1s1-11' 111111 11111111111-1 i1s11l1' i11 Sll1'll Il way 111111 111- V 15 lllflllglll 11111 gl'f1lll, was 11111111 11111 11'11111l111'1'11l 1111115 111' Slllllll 5 ll11llS1' 11111111 11'111'1- still 11111i11111i1111:l. Vlilll' girls XY1'l'1x 11ls11 l'll1'11llI'i1gI1'1l 111 1111111 11111111 1:r111l11s 111111 111 1111r1i1-i1111l11 i11 11111111111s 111'1ix'i1i11s. rlllllx 1l11l'1l1, i1s1-l1', 11111 il l1igl1ly S111-i11l Xfxill' l111g'i1111i11g 111111 il ll11llS11 llilI'1j' 1':1ll111l Ullvlblllll wi1l1 11111 Slflgilll "'l'l11' 1111r111111i11l S11ll'li 1111s 1-111111- 111 IIS l11'l'O rf Y '1 1 1 ' ' 11 11 111 11sl11'1' Ill fill'l'11ll7S 111111111 y11:1r. ll11- QJQIWJIIID 111811 l11'l1l l' 1 1 1'111'11111511111111 l11111s11s11111l I12lI'll1'IlJfll1'1l lll lllllll11I'11l11gI.X' 111111 fl2lIIlIJllS C':1r11i1'11l. 'l'l111s1- 111-1ix'i1i1-S 1111111 15111111-1l l1y lliblllly lz1s1111l1111'g'. xl2Il'Sll1l lg2lli1'I'. 111111 l.111s .'1l11x11111l11r. 363 - 1 First row, left to right: U. llurcly, J. Cuinplmoll, J. Tlioiuais, ld. Hairnirni, K. Struck, ll. l31':Lllvy, .L Wold, lWrs. liellv, A. Linfors, U. liogain, Nl-iliolil, l,. Touvli, M. M1'Ginn, D. llollis, B. Jolinson, .X. Sr-lim-lake, M. Colliszin. Second row: L. Millvtt, SI'llf'l'l'. li. Hi-stvr, J. 'lII1l11'CllIlg'l'l'. I.. Mount, li. l.oury. li. B11-ilzkv, C. Stvllvii, NI. Xxvlbllgll, li. lll1I11IJlll'l'Y, A. PIlI'liCl'. J. Saigon, ll. ljtfSK'llIL1l9l'. T. C'lu'isti-nson. I liiilcy, V. Soclmnlrcig, .X. .'XllIll'l'li', li. Jglll'IljIlS. Third row: J. Jolinsou, Cl. lie-ill, S. Yzztos, M. Hrirtisc-ll, P. Pvtcrson. F. Tzillov, li. Svolt, ll liulmy, S. Johnson, K. Circ-:uoii, li, Prim-, X. Vllilc-ox, M. lillis. V. liilvy. li. lionil, G. Mc-unior, F. Pzipprulis. Foufth row: li. liniiilow, X Vroslry. li. llvstvi: li. Joni-S, S. ll:n'g1'ovl-. ll. Connl-y, li. Sl'llXYiil'iZ, S. Sc-lim-llvi', C'. .xllCl'f'l'Sllll, C. Pliillips. J. liukvinrin. G, lloss, Miclcllv- i, J. Amlvrson. li. lmfivli, li. lii'ic'liso1i, .l. XYill4ins. .l. Dolnn. Fifth row: ll. Oulilvy. S. Riiillllitll, D, 17111111 S, U'ILir.i,, S, X211-11101-, 3, 'l':iI,i-ig l lVl1it0. X. Vlvzillc-i', li. lXIoi'lcinson. li. l-l:nnpv. li. Jolinson, li. Allzen. Sixth row: S. Faisal, li. lfgy-giigon, P, XYolff-, IXI4 IgOllI'klQlI14l' S, limp l lllelmn C' Stihl M l ing B liinflill I lluni li Sllllll-l-LT cli A . ,. , ,. 'i?',.si f. :V XS. ..ft'l.l5.lliL2lS lily lm-:il4: tinii- ont for -i voko Langdon Hall 'Xnn XYolrl, lliv pwsimlviit, .lnliv XYlS2l0ll. x'ii'4--pwsislvill unml Ogio l,inilloi's, tliv sw'i'ciI:ii'y unrl lI'll21Sl1l'f'I'. lwl thc FN Girls from Lzinggrlon ll:ill in ai lull slailv of in-tivilii-s. ln lliv full, vollcigis' lilo lifbl' ilu- iwiilviits was lliqliliglilml lux opvn lionsvs. vxr-limiggv cliinivrs. :null pzn'tic-ipzuion in lloi l1i'l'HllllIlLI clcwomtionf vonti-sts. .X rlixicl lmsli was zilsn :in lIl11JUI'l2lllTl'l'2lllll'0UIl Il1c1i1'l':1llsof'iz1l l'21lt'llll2l1'. Ill Svliolzislir' 2lf'lll4'X'0llll'Ill wus also sllvssml in Ilw cloi ilory. llvsiclvnls lmig ol' lllll uclvaiiitugggci Ilivy liziw in l lovzilion sinw Lnngilon llull is iight uvross tlni stroll lroni llir- iiiiivvrsiiv lilni':n'V. Spring IWKXIIIS invliimli-cl pzn'lic-ipzuion in lonriminviit ol song. l-'oi' ilu' 4-wilt ai Lzingclon llzill c-horns wus liUl'lll0ll zinil Pllll'l'l'1l in llw ainnnul spring: PYOIII. l Sliorily lim-l'oi'v gllllflllillllill scfniors living in ilni mlornn torv wc-rv lionoiwl all an SlJK'l'l2ll lnzniiqiinil. 36 4 First row, left to right: P. llniiws. li, Pziclzvhsky, J. Uigliai. H. Brzitinim, NV. Svhlziss, G. Ponrsmi, M. Rosh. S. Krziiiwii, G. Sli-rim, J. Svgzirfor Second row: S. Atiiisky, J. R1-iiistvin, R. Kil'l'oi'stcii1, C'. lizipp, lNTrs. Hulpviiiig, B. Buyer, IS. S:i.iiclc-rsoii, J. Miller, LS. Golrlstc-iii. Third row D. Svliultiz, N. SCl1l1C2LI'li C. Luzow, D. Ili-!SQl1lJOI'g, P. l"1'iv1l111:Ll1, J. lieiiovilx, P. Privv, J. Scliwxrrtz, li. Sc'zx.liI11zi11, J. Spviglviiinii, R. F1'eidm:iii Fourth row: li. Jzzmisoii, li. lixwli, P. AFUIISOII, C. Rose-nlscrg, F. He-llc-r. P. lmhr, M. Stein, A. Mxilkiii. X. Mool, C. BL'I'IlSiPlll, lil. Biwsslvi' J. Iiruwn, D. Sher. Tower View l,vt's w-opwato to gmiliinitn-. l"zill uvtivitivs for thi- girls from 'lbwci' View began 1 with :ui introduc'tirm ul' :ill ol' the new girls to thc- 021111- plis. Smm after thv girls lwgziii holding the-ir ziflc-r foot- lmll gzimv 1-4wH'ev-lio11i's. Ilvrv parents :mil lriviiils alikv juiiiml iii 4'4lIlYPI'SZlllUIl :mil l'1'ivmlsl1ip. Xiwviiilwi' I-30 was Iliv lmiggvst rlzmi ul' lhv ymir llUXYOYOI'. Thi- lCflgc'xx'z1te1' llulm-l wars. that night, tliv sitv ol' 'llrc-21111 lmy flllllfllfl- light." 'l'1m'f-1' Yivw's 21111111111 cil'll'lSill12lS l'm'm:il flZllll'l'. 'l'hv girls wvrv also !'HIIf'Ol'llK'll with thusv lvss l'ui'ti1iiu1ci than Ilia-iiisvlvvs. Fairs- pzivlizigvs wvrc- sviil out hy lliem. lil :ulrlilioii 4-ui1li'ilm11Iiol1s wwv iiiziclc' In llw liliiifl. Hllim-rs lmuliiig thi- girls from 'l'owvr Yim-xx' this your WUI'l'I liiiiiiiy lim-r, ilu' pwsiilvliti C'zirulyi1 l,:1pp, Yiw- pn-simlviil mul lI'l'2lSlll'0l'1 lim-vs-i'ly Sziiiflvrsuii, sc-i'i'v1a1i'yZ Jumly llviiistviii. .XWS Clliziirmziii: lluzziiim- lill'lillI'FlPlll. spw-i:1l 1-lizxirmziii, :mil Siu- flnlilslviii, lrvslimanii rvp. 365 First row, left to right: ll. Fic-lds, P. VVisc-, Mrs. R. Roberts, R. lioc'l1wo1'gor, J. Sil2LI'llll, V. Lyon. Second row: J. Violiv, L. l"r11uk, M. Komiv, S. Milli-1', li. Grihkm, F. lrzrrkvy, J. Sonosky, I.. Mivhcl, PI. P11t,l-4-l'111:1r1, B. Kosnvr. Third row: J. Shopiro, S. Zeiuhrosky, li. Pzrrks, L, Levi, C. Kzrpp, li. Siegzm. S. lim-dvr, B. Parfisvr. Fourth row: ll. Binge-r, C. Johnson, S. Mvtrik, L. Igl'f'llllf'I', IC. Cohen, F. Host-11h01'g. Fifth row: S. Ial'2LlllIllILll, J. BE'2il'I1lIlll, I. liiI'IllJlHllll, J. Glzisshm-rg M. lm-v:111r, li. Svlievtmg Ii. Brlrlmukotl. Victoria House But how on earth did that happen? Yin-toriu Housv husml on the idva and purposv of having efficient and smooth Ol'g3.lllZ2lll0ll of all housi- soc'iz1l and Z1C'21d0lI1ll' l'llIll'll0l1S. l'1'efsidv111 liosaliv Rovh- wo11gv1', Yic-Q-l'1'esidc-111 Pvixny YVise, Sv1'1'c-1z11'y Juno Shur- lin, and Tl'C2lSUI'0l' Bz11'h:11'u Cil'CGlllJPl'QJQ this year glllllixli tho houso through lllillly vvclits whic-h worv C'h2ll'ZM'll'l'lS- tivzrlly smooth and vfhvivlnt. D11ri11g last fall, OIJUII houses wmv he-lil lI11I1lPdl2lll'lY after 0Ylll'Y home gillllll. ll1li0l'l1lI:ll and formzil partic-s Welw- held i11tvr111itte11tly fl1l'0llgll0llf thv your as wore tho l'0ll4'l' skating pzwties. Whr-11 thc' WZLYIII wvzrllior of spring 1111111- to ihv vzmlpus, tho house K'lll0I'Cd H11111orology, Czmlplls C':1r11ivz1l, and had 1'c1p1'c-scilnizltivc-s in Sfllllibl' SXVlllgJQlJllt. Hvsirlvs l'0llll'lblltlllg.f to the avtivitic-s of lhv housv, tho girls living here wr-rv 111111141 i11 tho Y1ll'l0llS 0l'QQ21lllZLlll0llS on l'2llllpllS such as Assoc-iuted YV111111-11's Students. 366 First row, left to right: R. Drage, N. Edwards, Mrs. Heudriek, H. Shinn, C. Bunge. Second row: S. Jones, D. Paul, R. Stevens, J. Scales, B. Whit- ney, B. Holstein, K. Ritzman, K. Zinnnerling, J. Asehenbrener. Third row: J. Willett, A. Hemker, J. Pieree. M. Johnson, R. Hopkinson, J. Hart, A. Johnson, P. Proctor. 1 Cochrane House Cochrane House, a girl's dorm on Langdon Street, spent an active year sponsoring exchange dinners, a parent's tea, spring formal, Christmas party, and other informal gatherings. The girls also participated in campus ae- tivities ineluding Homecoming deeorations and Campus Carnival. The otlieers were: Nam-y Pidwards, president, Helen Shind, secretary treasurer, Rosanne Drage, social chairman, and Carol Bunge, intramural ehairman. David Schreiner House The David Sehreiner House was built in 1955. It is a nonprofit eo-operative and all of the work and maintain- enee is done by the men who live there. The purpose of the David Schreiner House is to provide safe, healthful living ar-eomodations at reasonable costs and to eneour- age good seholastic- work. Officers were: Robert VVall, president, Ross Bowen, viee-president, James Lewandow- ski, seeretary, Harold lfroehliek, treasurer. First row, left to right: VV. Ogren, S, JAYIILCIIIW, R. Wiilllltk, C. Howell. Second row: ll. liinoml, NY.fiIll'VP1', K. Xor- man. G. Smith, li. Vtiesterherg, A. Seott, P. llenrikson, R. Nelson. Third row: J. liulzlmeln, N. Sitenga, C'. Ml1Cli, P. lwrlwallon, M. Willis, R. Bowen, li. lilziseln, R. VVall, H. Rhee, J. Nichols, li. Degner, J. Teppo. Fourth row: W. Iliggie, D. Cavil, D. Schroe- der, R. Seliroeder, .l. liewandowski, C. Gallitz, R. Uuhl, T. Sheehan, H. Mat- thias, R. lflonen, VV. Dziehelet. Fifth row: R. VVesenlnerg, A. Boeeher, R. VVeninger, P. llaker, D. Sutton, J. Hansen, li. Crook, VV. VVagne1', H. Treseolt. Ci. l"itzgeralml, T. King, J. Joes, G. Siemers, R. Rossliart. Babcock House Balieoc-li House, at 1021 Clymer Place, minimizes living expenses by eo-operation in maintaining and running the house. Prof. S. liaheoek willed his home to the univer- sity for this purpose in 1932. Soeial activities included a Homecoming dance, lfreshmen party, Christmas Stag party, Christmas Date party, and a spring formal. Officers were: Paul Sc-hoif, president, Dean Vllalker, viee-presi- dent, Lei Swan, secretary, and Charles Sommers. First row, left to right: 15. Osborn. D. Hurt, C. Huteliins, A. Ferg, T. Kle- Futeliin, 11. Meyer. Second row: B. Frieze. li. Mamrsliell. F. Oeniig, J. Day, T. lirunner. J. Gunnelson, V. ll.ic'lx:n'd- son. J. 1":a.lter, J. Olson. Third row: ll. lielireuer, G. Gordon, 13. Vlfzwlker, J. Peters, C. SUIHIIIOIN, P. Sehoff, I. Omtvedt. lr. Swan, J. Conlin, W. Shar- rett. Fourth row: R. Bisgrove. li. llepp, li. lienrucl. A. Puvlee, R. Hart- zell, A. liringe, M. Czrrmody, C. Chris- tensen, M. Mrrrslnzill. M. liydherg, F. Lorgerson, 17. McMillan, P. Weiiier, A. Plllithlll. Andersen House Andersen House, loeated at 228 N. Charter Street, pro- vides an eeonomieal college home for 11 selected group of girls, and fosters a congenial, cooperative spirit within the group. This year the social aetivities ineluded spring and winter formals, exehange dinners, and informal parties. Uffieers inf-luded: Janet Stoltenlmerg, president, Ruth Bird, viee-president, Karen Olson, ser-retaryg Janis Hob- inson, treasurer, and Vilma lropour, social ehairman. Firstfrow, left to right: R. Bird. .1 Stoltenlmerg, Mrs. Cl. lrord. N. Olson ens. J. Coon. Third row! M. Brarndt N. Brown, M. lionimer, N. Jensen, H Tliompson. IJ. Tollefson, Y. lropour N. lrundgren, J. Clloek, S. Coon. M linnile. J. liolrinson. Second row: M. Brook- Y-I First row, left to right: .l. Sl1:1Il11, li. G11l11111'111, M. 11111'k11, M. Kolilnsky. Nl. ,XI'I101l1. .X.St1':1,11Q, li. Y11g1111:1. Second rowz, IJ. S1'l1iIli11g, .I. livngvl, N. S:1v:1l, .X, King. Mrs. Fritz, J. Cl11ll:1111l, 11. Sl1111.l, 15. Pi111's, 11. l711l1i11. Third row: 11. Storm, .-X. VVi1Q1m11, 11. l.i1v:1k, S. Mur- 1'11vil1'11, V. G11l11s11-111, M. Hvligsozu, li. C1J111sky, A. 111111133 lf. 11t'l'Q.flll:lIl, M. L1-1-lmwitlz. Fourth rowz. Y. l71111I11-111111. S. S1ill1lllK'1i, S. VV:1ss11r111-111, Ii. 1711-1111-r, .1. PlfJYl'2llf'. Cf 151111-s11m111-, 17. 151111111-. li. .'x11l'flIllS. Hampton House Kefferer House , 1121111131011 l11111s1- 1'1111I1l 1111111111111 111-111' llll' 11111111 1111 l,:111g- 15213 1iGllGl'GI' I11111s11 is 1111 i111111p11111l1-111 girlk l1Ul'I1lllUI'j 111.111 Strvvt. . .1111l 11111 fur l'l'1JIll 1'illllIJllS, 1111 il 7:15 111 Bus- h1.111si11g t11'e11ty s11V011 girls. S111-1111 111'1iviti11s for 11111 y11111 1-1.1111 511111111111 111il11s 111 ti11111s. 111111111611 an 11131111 111111s11 111111 11-11 Qlihllll' 11111111-1-11111111515 15111111 P1'11si11i11g over z11'tix'i1i11s 111 1121111131011 was .1111-11111-111111 ll spring l.Ol'lH211, 211111 p111'ti1'ip11ti1m11 lll 111111111115 C'111'11iv11l Gz11lz11111, p1'1-si111-111. Ull1111'1111i1'1-rs 11'111'1-A1111 King, x'i1'11- f,i'l:ll'6'1'S for 11111 your W1-r1': .I11y1'1- B1l1111'I', pr11si111111t p1'11si111111t: 111111 S1ill11, s111-r11t:1ry3 Na1111-y S11vz1t. t1'11z1s111'111'. 1gLIl'1J211'3. Thivde. V11-11-p1'1-si111111t: 211111 11111 S111-iz1l f'1lilll'Illf'll, Xilflllll Pimxs. .'xl'1f'lll' P11111-11. 211111 Luis l,ll1Jlll W1-rv the Bvtty 1X11'fV1llll'G 211111 Nlury D11lx'1111. Mrs. Cl. A. li11tt111'1-1 three joint S111-1111 l'1lilll'Ill1'll. was the l1011se1111imthe1'. First row, left to right: .I. 1i1l4'lll, 11. Tr:1111111:1.1. M. 1J11lvi11, l'. Ciwlig. 13. Rl1'G1111'1-. .1. H:111l1-1'. 15. 'l'l1i1-111-. if H1'l41l'I1lX'Zlj'. Second row: .l. 111151-lu. Bl. M:1xw11ll, P. K1111111-1, li. SXYlS1ll'I'. X. 51111111151-1', 11. 'l'l1i111l1-, Ci..l11si11v1-, IJ, XV1'Llt'1. Third row: M. 3Il'lI'4'I'. S. BI:1y111', M. C'1'11111p:11-111-r, N. 1,1'Ill1illl1. li. Il:1y11s. R. XlIlllll4'I'. W. 111111111111-+I, li 51'11:11-1111. Lakota House Lakota House, an independent girlls house on campus for six years, began its house aetivities this year with open houses after every home football game. During the week- end when the campus had Parent's W'eek-end, Lakota House again had open house. President Alyee Gayle Sandy, Vive-President Sally Christenson, and Sec-retary-Treasurer Anita Sc-huinac-her planned the ac-tivities carried on through the year. First row, left to right: S. Saltwek, C. llunham, S. Christenson, G. Sandy, S. Levine, X. Currie, ff. Siehernian, lf. Layague. Second row: N. Munson, H. Corstvet, A. Davis, J. Fischer, J Reimer, M. Leatherl'1erry, B. Gross, M. VVilliins, li. Reid, S. Prban Third row: J. Patton, H. Markoutsos, J.Lor- ber, P. Conrad, X. Plater, D. Kramer, A. MeC7raw, J. Faller, C. Haglund, B Kopit, A. MeCartl1y, S. Faxon. Fourth row: B. Karweiek, P. Teeter, P. Hall VValt, A. Schumacher, J. Trover, K. lliosshardt, N. OlKeet'e, R. Hajostek. . . Furry. Langdon Manor The annual open house. the Christmas and Spring lformals, the animal house pienie, and exc-hange dinners were the highlights of Langdon Manor's soc-ialaetivities. Langdon Klanor, an independent living unit on eampus, was reigned over this year by President Ceille Glossner, Yiee-President Patrir-ia Mr-Cfarthy, Secretary Barbara Eaton, and Co-Treasurers Naney Gayhart and Elizabeth Cohen. Various eommittees assisted the oflieers. First row, left to right: J. Hedberg, M. Schreiber, B. Moy, ld. Tennen- house, S. Meyers. Second row: N. Gayhart, B. Eaton, Mrs. Ann 'lNIiler. F. Glassner. P. McCarthy, F. Meyer. Third row: L. Ableson, IG. Land,fE. Aarrestad, G. Rohlf, D. DeCarlo, J. Stuller. l. Boughart, F. Cohen. Fourth row: J. Wintrestein, C. Ortevig, B. Koch, H. l1OIHl'IlCIl, L. Bell, J, Niehols. M. Long. First row, left to right: M. Hoffman, B. Iiubar, Mrs. VVinquist, li. Lewen- sohn, L. Levin, S. Shapiro. Second row: M. Cohen, D. Troeky, S. Krue- ger, N. Lewin, S. Menzel, J. Cooper, li. Goldman, N. Aronluerg, J. Aaron. Il. Shipiro, J. Lifschultz. Third row: li.. Weinstciiii, E. Cooper, P. Kaplan, F. Hoffman, H. Goldwater, S, Klein- man, E. Fishman, S. Krichmar, J. Mir- zoefl, M. Weiss, L. Roc-k. Fourth row: L. Sherman, B. Werner, M. Barland, R. Rosenberg, G. Taitelman. J. Hays. , L. Grossman. B. Shapiro, J. Azrael, 1 DQ Shrader, X. Lane. Y Lincoln Lodge Lincoln Lodfre an or anized womenls livin f unit, is sit- to 7 , uated at 6313 Langdon Street. The social activities for the year included open houses, coffee hours with Dixie Bashes, a roller skating party, and a dinner dance eaeh semester. The OH'icers were: Barbara Lewensohn, president: liar- bara Lubar, secretary, Laurie Levin, treasurer Marilyn Hoffman and Shirley Shapiro, social chairmen, and Nat- alie Lewin, historian. First row, left to right: C. Mistachkin, li. Krucholi, S. Zuekerstein. Second row: N. Braunstein, B. Heavenrich. T. Margolis, C. Malkin, P. Goldstein, S. Delheim, J. liosenthal, S. Yudelvitz, G Goldstein. Third row: L. VVeyen- lwerg. E. Brown, ll. Cohen. P. Rosen- tiiall, C. Olierst, BT. Lhlllauscn, Mrs. Mellen, S. Oslierofi, G. Leyser, L. Wertheim, M. Goldstein, A. Rosen- berg. Fourth row: S. Schweitzer, P. Laeliman, L. Marcus, S. Mellnian, B. Black, J. Naftulin, S. Herman, I. Kan- tor, lfl. Carl, L. Cteoigalan, Y. Katz. S. Deutch. Fifth row: R. Halper, J. Willis, M. Schiller, B. Schaeffer, P. Miller, D. Lipman, J. Marcus, R. Friedherg, B. Collat, L Berkow, G. Peulien, E. Gilbert, K. Beclierinan, T. Gilbert. Lake Lawn House Lake Lawn provided a home-like atmosphere and pre- sented its girls with a well rounded social life this yeai'. The social schedule included such activities as open houses after the home football games, a winter party, a spring formal, and a Homecoming parade entry. The officers for this year were: Sharon Osherofi, presi- dent, Margie Ohlhausen, vice-presidentg Gorda Leyser, secretary, and Lois Vliertheim, treasurer. Shepard Hall I"orty-four girls living at Sliopalrrl llzill, f1n'iiivrly lcimxvii as Lakv Lmvn Ilousv, hzivv haul :in vxviting ye-zu' with ruf- fvv hours aftc-r thc' fnotlmll gains-s, un opvn liuusv, Nlnnlv Carlo zirtv and an zuniuul sirinv' forinzil Pink Nlaiffir Q P5 7 P1 The otlirvrs for this your wc-rv: prvsirls-nt, l5:ll'lbiLl'i1 lmvtisg Y0"I'0t2ll'V ltillf'-.ltlllixi hliIl'C'llSI tl'vnsl1l'm', .lzino Sznnplinvr' ' ' . I and in c-hargvofthvscwial4-ulzii1flv1'wvi'v lintluuni Sf-hniimlt :intl Suv Zoloto, t'tJ-t'l12lil'lHi'll. First row, left to right: S. ,Xf1vlm:1n. T. lilviitli-r. G. liozniisliy, .l. C'Q1.lmlv. IS. vVHll'IIl2'IJ, .I. l"ntt1-i'ni:in. J. VVl'iS11C1'. .l. lilll'lZ!llFliy. Second row: l.. Iiyvr, V. KHIIIIJIIUIQ S. Zulvtn, li. Mafrviis. Mrs. Hoslvr. B. lm-mls. .I. Sztinplincr. lf. .Xllrt-rt, IJ. Urs-sst'i'. li, Blmun. Third row: T. Svln'iiivy, H. CllJOI'l2llllll'I', J. S11-in. lt. lfrlcflisli, M. Fvingolfl. B. Vlviiistt-iii. G. licwiistoiii, R. Hiller, C. Xurin. KI. Sivglv, L. Gzlffinkc-l, lf. Cort, H. Svliills-r. I. Gulclstviii. Fourth row: S. Zillwrlnzxmi. Cf Golclln-1'g. .L De- lngrish. l.. Vlvoxlvig G. Piittvriiinn, O. Prnosliii. M Golan. C. Portnoy, N. livtziy, .l. Phillips. M. Fisher, B. , Gumliiniii. Tabard Inn To provimlc' intiniutv group living for girls with diver- silir-rl inte-rvsts und snpvrior sw-liolzistir Z1i'hiQ'VQI116l1l'tl1iS is thv prnpnsc nl' 'llilmrd Inn. Artivitivs of the Inn were lvml this your hy Caryl C2ll'2,ll'y, prvsiclvntg vive-president, ,Xiwlvc-0 ll2llYl'l'S0ll, and lI't'2LSllI'0I', .lean YVic-kvslueig. 'l'hv Inn's snr-ial uvtivitivs this year xvvre the Fall Open llonsv, thv flllI'iSiIl12lS Party and Iforinal, vxvhange din- nvrs, Illltl ziftvr thc- gznno c'off0f1 hours. First row, left to right: S. Svlnilwrt, J son, .l. Gvrlirli, CY Tliorsvvn, J. Butler M. .M-lv. Third row: A. Halverson A. Ihuliic-, U. Pals. C. Crztry, C. Wolf li. Gmlgli. Wic'lu-slwrg. Second row: C. Culborti 5 2 1 First rowlleft to right: M. Goldberg, C. lnlvinrlor, R. Storn, B. Rosc-n, L. Orenstvin, L. Corby, R. Diez, Mrs. lNTc'C:1nn, A. Yvoigvl, lVI. Brown, L. Urquhart, J. Perlman, C. Fitzsimons, M. Perloff. Second row: D. Malinon, H. Fox, li. Tansclw, M. Sher, D. Willis, J. Hackman, S. Johnson. J. Lipkin, B. Kaplan, J. Tashkin, L. Minash, B. Ludowise, A. Prieduinan, M. Golinc. Third row: R. Johnson, K. Rc-inboth, M Arndb, C. Kirsch, B. Bclsito, J. Stcigmann, D. Panozzo, S. Martin, M. Jarvor, J. Snkup, G. Anthony, S. Dicckinan, N. Green. Fourth row: X. Moorv, J. Soukup, D. Treibel, P. Onwenovl, S. Paulson, G. Kellock, J. Elliott, S. Fishman. M. Dawson, M. Hackett, E. Jonc-s, M. Twiss. Fifth row: C. Olson, C. Penn, J. Bohr, M. Marshall, G. Prc-ssrnan, P. Varnurn, D. Patton, ll.. Grosscl, B. Hebcrlc-in, S. Shaw. Sixth row: B. Pcnhalv, S. VVeyenborg, S. O'Brien, S. Sc'hwartz, R. Cohen, J. Pandolfi, J. Johnson, B. Jovrn, N. Voight, J. Finn, M. Muvllor. Villa Maria Starting the sc-hool year off right, the girls of Yilla Maria Dormitory hold cotton hours after football games on Saturday afternoons, and an open house later in the fall. Planned by thv girls themselves, these ffotlvv hours were but the lwginning of a round of sorial ac-tivities. The highlights worn the Christmas and spring torinals. Planning and working on c-ornniittovs under the able dircrtion of the house oliir-vrs, Carnwn l"reund, prvsident, Lynne Corlmoy, Ylt'C-pl'9SldI'lli, Ann lV0igel, som-ial chair- man, Louisa lvrquhart, secrvtary, and Lillian Orinstein, treasuror, the girls niado thv partivs incniorahlo events. Horner-oining wvvk-eiid found thv Villa llaria appro- priately dc-coratod. Other group ac-tivitios, suvh tho special birthday dinners, made the dorinatory at well or- ganizvd living unit. The girls also partir-ipated in Badger Ulynipivs and in lluinorology. 373 Saturday night? . . . l'd lovc it. l il. ay..-QP ACI? First row, left to right: G. VVQ-il, M. liznwl, G. FI'l?l14lllC'l1. K. Shrvvc, J. Smith. Second row: .I. Klc-inkopf, J. Iivnson, jnclivial cluiirmzuig M0l'lv0l'll, vim--pi'csicl0Iil3 A. Brooks, prcsimlc-ntg C. Davis, l,I'l'2lSl11'6I'Q P. L11WI'l'IlL7l?, sec1'o1,:u'yg J. Miller. Third row: li. lfhrlivh, B. Gubbvr, Lcvinc, M. Nvlson, Miss lhiglisli, l10l1SOIl10lil1CI'j V. Stamps. M. Bolio, L. Foroiuzin, S. Rillezin, .L Cinvs. Absent: N. Toonies. M. Smith. Sxinln Claus in mlisgnisr-. 'Q Y' G roves Co-op Groves Woni0n's C10-illJ0l'2lliYC llonsv is lmsed on ideals ol' iiiloi'-i'zu'i:il living, illlllX'lfll1Z1l rosponsiliilily, :incl pol'- sonnl vo-opmimtioii. llio lionsv is opc-iuilwl and ownvcl voinplvlvly by Iliv girls who work l0g0llll'l' and l'04'0lX'll IJl'2ll'llf'Lll Ulllllillllllll not only in mlci1iioc'i':u'y, lin! :ilso in plnniliing. livgun in ISHS, llw lionsr- was orgzniixwl nininly lic-- lil-l':i11s0lliogil'ls wzinlod low vost living. l'i'c'sidciiiI .Xlniiru liroolcs. Yli'0-ljl'USllllllll l,in4lzi NlilI'li0l'1l. Sc-f'l'M:i1'y Pail I,:ixi'i'vii1'c', 'lll'Ui1SllI'0I' Cill'l'l0 llzivis, zinfl :ill Ilioollir-1' girls wlio uw on :it Ions! 0110 ol' the lionsv voiiiiiiillw-s lizivv olulziiiwll Iliv llosiiwl low vosl living lay workiiig lll11l'll10l'. livin-li zinrl swinnning pzirlivs, opvn lionsos, Ollnvzilioiizil pi-ogrznns lwlxliy gnvst spvailiws, lliv spring pil-niv, lionsv pzlrlif-s, :null Iliff nsnzil C'ZllllIJl1SOYOIllS lillvml ont tlic-m'1ix'ity svliwliilv ol' llio lionsv lox' this your. This lionsc illnslrzitc-s liow Sl1l'K'l'SNllll ai florni willi llicisv IJl'llll'lIlll'S 4-nn lw. 374 I 7 l First row, left to right: R.. Alstccn. li. Bvnson, R. Benson, G. Reimer, R.. Vice-ro, L. Kukulski. Second row: J. Koller, K. Volkman, D. McNeel, M. Klcnmnn, C. lmwnicki, li. Gregory, H. Robbins, J. Rabin. Third row: X. Whitcomb, D. Olson, E. Szirsha, S. Svlnnidt, G. Volkrnzzn, W. Otto, J. Raitkivic, J. Oortor. Fourth row: J. Burkc-, T. Rolando, ll.. Ludlum, R. Bcneckv. Fifth row: T. Miske, R. Hornik, R. Duriz1.n. Sixth row: R. Oc-rt,or, S. Joossc-, J. Remmerti, L. Zimmorniztn. Seventh row: J. l"itzge1':1ld, J. lSau'11ey, W. Gluub, G. Brunner, S. Norbutzis. Evans Scholars Well, of coursc- we're going to win first place. FY. livaiis S1-liolars was 0I'g2Q2LIllZCCl lfllI'OC years ago and had :lt that tiinc- 21 vhaptf-r iiivnibvrsliip of twenty-one 111011. Sinro that tiino, tho houso has Q2Ql'tllYl1 to nunibor thirty- SOX't'll and is still gI'0XVll12. 'l'o provirlo the closowiiig golf vztcltlios an opportunity to 1111-vivo ll vollvge t'tlllt'illl0ll z111cl to t0z1c'l1 llll'lll how to govvrii tl1v111sc-lvos is tho purposv ot' thc- St'll0lill'S. 'l'l1o houso lmr-51311 this your s'1c'iz1lly with tl1o ftnnual outing Zllltl lmzlnquot ht-ltl this your :Lt the Klvtllllilll Coun- try C'lub i11 C'l1im'z1go, lllinois. T110 llobo-Hop Party illilvl' tliv lust lioinu tootbzill g2Qill1lt', lllll illlllllill Plvclge l'z11'ty, ttlltl the fllll'lSllllk1S l3z111q11et l1igrl1-lighted tho c'l1aptcr's soriztl 0Vt'lIlS. Tho big ovont of ltllt? year, ll0WCV0l', was tlio llllQl'-fllltllllill' Golf Bull Dilllt'C' hold :it tho llldgcwzitcl' llotol in cllllt'2l,LIO. 'l'l1o :wtivitivs 1Vo1'0 tli1'c-rtotl by Rollin lionson, liucl li0IlSt7ll, Bob Alsteen, illltl Ci0llt' li!'lIll0l'. 375 by I? W., ,fe 'fu 'ff' .s-,Q ' ' +I 10 r h Q41 33 XV Q Y Q? ' . s ' ff as .9 QQ ,gf X.: Uh Z J Qsaagjv W W' Y?Qi,, , ,221 'gif 551' I. e J' a, xl,-vi 4 ,,, , ,Af I.-fv ,.sn"?' Graduates Peggy Dickson o Co-Editor Joyce Greiger 0 Co-Editor William Heins, 1957 Senior Class President james Urban, 1957 Senior Class Vive-Presiclent Laurie Pike, 11157 Senior Class St't'l'4'TlLl'j' John Besteman, 1957 Senior C'l:1ss rlll't'iLSl,11"xI' Senior Class Officers Spring elec-tions, helcl in Lizzy of 1956, enabled the sen- iors at the university to seler-t their own 1-lass ollic-ers The four to he elected to these positions wereg Bill Heins. Senior Ulass Presidentg .lim l'I'l7iLIl,x'YlC9-Pl'0Sltll'1lfQ Laurie Pike, Sec:retan'y, and .Iohn Bestemzni, Treasurer. lvnder the dircetion of these offit-ers at class newsletter, zwtivities involving l'01l1I11011i'9l1l0lll and glllflllilllllll, and selection ol' the 1957 senior class gift were sponsored. The oflirers were also responsible for plans and sponsor- ship of at-tivities for the .lzninary graduation. l. First row, left to right: N. Ruggles, A. TfJl'1'i'. I. Tillilll, CY X111't111'op, J. VV111'11. K. Kinne. Sec- ond rowz 11. 15:111n1:11111, C. Giessel, S. Tepper, J. 1'1'11:111. li. Heins, 11. Pike, J, Besteiiizm, R. POIHII10l'I'Ill'llg, A. Stern. Third row: A. W1J141, S. J2i,I1Il1l1i'S, P. Lyons, U. Dixon, V. Monignl, li. Cz1111well, 13. FOI'Illl2LlJL'I', A. Iieimrhy. Fourth row: P. Hustings, IJ. Lemke, .L VV:11sh. J 111-i1'111i11g. J. Nyhus. Senior Council Se11i111' C1111111-il IIli'I11lJ0l'S this year 1'ep1'ese11te11 Illiilly of the se111111ls 1111 02111113118 211111 111a11y parts of the 1'1,11111t1'y. The s1'h11111s 1'ep1'ese11te11 i11el1111e 1'111gi11ee1'i11g, Me11iei11e, ICd111-z1li1111, J11111'1111lis111. C'11111111e1'1-e, 111111111 l'I1'11111,1111i1's, 211161 Letters 111111 S1-ie111'e. T11e Nlllf1QlllS 1111 the 1-111111eil 111111111 l.l'OIl1 Wis1'1'111si11. Illinois, I1111'z1., New Jersey. 111111 Naples, Italy. T11e IJI't'Sli1i'lll, 1'i1'e-p1'esi11e11I, sc-1'1'1-t:11'y, 211111 1l'C'i1S1ll't'l'. 111 the 1-1111111-11 2ll'l' z1ls11 these 111h1-e l111111e1's 111 Ihe Skilllill' eluss. They il1'l1 liill Heins, IJl'Pt4li1Pll1Q Ji111 1'1'l1:111, viee- p1'esi1le111: l1z1111'ie Pike. SlW'I'l'12ll'y, 111111 J11h11 1311s1e111:111, 1l'C'2lSlll'C'1'. 1111ll'l' 11l'1iee1's 111' the 1-1111111111 1111-l1111e: Tilly C'11l11well, 1'1lll1l'IIlilll of 11111 I'UllllI11l1l'l' 1312111111112 :1 week 111' e1'e111s 1111- e:11'lv Jllll1'I 1,1111 11VlJllS. 1'1l:lll'Il1L1ll 111 the e1111111111tee 1111- C11llllIllf'll1'UIl10ll1I Ji111 Sitrieli. pulmlieily 1-1111i1'111z111, J111111 11eie11li11gL, l'l1ll1l'Ill2lll 111 lhe lll'XYS1f1l11'l' f'fl1l1Il1l11i'l1Q T,21l'l'01l l.e111lce,1-1111111111111111'l11eJ:11111:11'y1'1111v111-11li1111,z11111,X1111e11e Stern 111111 .X111111 W11l11, f'llilll'Illl'll 111' 111-1-i1li11g 1111 :111111111111'e- 1111-111s Illll1 Illillilllg13111115l'Ul'S0l1l0I'l'2ll7S211111 g:11w11s. 379 Honoraries 3' Firstprow, left to right: Ellen Lefferts, Claudia Sehroeder, Corky VVagnr1 Bc Illtfi. Alla Second row: Miekie Bommer, Jo Moerseliel, Liz MCCLIIISQE, Dottie Zurfluh, B ubn 1 Rum rn, IX mcy Christensen. Crucible A service fraternity organized to rec-ognize junior eoeds at the University of Wisc-onsin who have attained out- standing scholarship, service and accomplishment, Cru- eilnle is now c'eleln'ating its fifty-fourth year of service to the university. Three OHQlC0I'S led the members in serviee aetivities du1'- ing the school year. These leaders were: Claudia Schroe- der, the presidentg Mary Jane Alt, the secretary, and lillen Lefferts, the treasurer. Martha Peterson, the new Dean of XVOINOII at the university, advised the girls on important matters eoneerning their aetivities. Service, the most important part of their program of ac-tivities, was highlighted this year when several of the members aided in administering a recreational program at the llliseonsin Diagnostie Center. ln addition the girls served as hostesses at President li. B. l"red's garden party, held to honor new students on the University of VVisc0nsin eampus. They also raised funds for several eharitalileprojec-ts. 380 Iron Cross 1956 Initiates Leo G. Ebhen Jack C. Mansfield Charles R. Thomas Jon E. Jensen 1957 Initiates .James B. Burt Richard R. Hannnes John O. Holzhueter Donald G. Jones J. Peter Wlilson Pat Levenhagen Vllilliam A. Heins David H. Forbes VVillia1n A. Schmidt Kay F. Schultz Thomas CJ. Tewes David M. Trubek Mace llc-aiding Mawls slzito of oI'l'ic'c-l's this past your was l"1'z1i1k Chalk, prvsiclviit. Geralcl Nlzirsclon svrvvcl as vivo- prvsidvilt. Mare is iimdv up of from Ion to twc-nty llllxll svlvvlvcl from the junior 1-lass. This yezxr's111m11lw1'sl1ip llllIl1lJl'I'0ll fourteen. Mckiiiliwsllip is hast-fl on lvzidership in both l'lll'l'lCl1lLt1' and vxl l'21-l'l1l'I'li'l1l2l1' zu-liviiivs, scholastic: slzmcl- ing, and oulstzmcling l'Ulll1'll7llll0IlS to tho aczifloiiiic- :xml som-iul life of thc- 1-zmipus. The purposv of Nlziw is to Iuka- positive action in im- proving the czuupus Ulllllllllllllly, by lmringiug the stuflviit and faculty iuoinlwrs togethvr, auicl providing a imrvtiiig plzwo where sliiclont loaders c-an 1-o-opo1'at0 in solving 1-ommoii problvms. To help fulfill thvir purposes. thc- group sponsorf-cl E1 lllllllllfll' of ac-tivilic-s of lwiiefit to both the Clllllllllllllly and to tho university. Thvir momhvrship this year rm-prvsvlited ai widv scopv of zu-tivitios horv on 1-umpus. Among them were: repro- S0lll2lll0ll 011 smizitv, vzu'i0i1s Viiion c-ommittees llliflllfllllg thv lviiiou prosiclvnt. W9-A offif-vrs :mal Il1PII1lJ6l'S, Bzulgvr lmusiiivss niaiiagw. :mal zithlvtes from Various sports. F1rst row, left to rlght lim hum tt Xl m 'Vlr Lonr li ink C h ilk Cu Llcl Mzirsden, Seymour Rothmm Second row Kim Willimsou, Gu AlINl0Vlll Phil Hcuclerson, Jim Remmert. Mortar Board :X1UI'12lI' 131121111 is 21 1121111111211 11o11111'211'y so1'o1'ity 1'o1's1111io1' wo1111211 who 211'12 12hos1-11 for 1111-111111-rship i11 tho spring of 11211fh y11211'. 1X1l'1Il1D0l'S1l1IJ is h21s1111 1111 o11ts1211111i11g2g Nl'1lO1i11'- ship, 211'tivi1i1fs, 211111 102111111's11ip abilities. 1'1'11si11i11g ow-1' tho 111121-ti11gs 111' K1Ol'1ill' 15UZll'l1, whi1-h wow 111-111 11111 s1112111111 211111 1'Ul1I'11l B1o111121y 11v1111i11g1s of 12211111 IIl0ll111, w21s 1'111ith 1io11111'1s, p1'11si111211t. 01111-1'11ffi1-111's i111'111111111: 1111121111 111111zik121', vi1'11-p1'11si111111t: 151-tsy 15l'C'llZG1, SUC1'01ilI'j'I .1112111 XYZIPC1, t1'1121s111'1-1': 1.o11is11 fiI'0SSlll2lll, his- toI'i2111, 211111 111-21h N2L11l2L1lSOl1, 1111i1o1'. B10I'121l' BlJilI'f1 states th11i1' p111'pos11: to p12o111ot11 s1-1'1'i11e and 14011UXVSh1p 211111 1'e1-og11iz11 211111 11111'o111'21g11 1122111111's11ipg to sti11111l21te 211111 1112111113111 high Sl'1'lO1ZU'S1l1p 211111 1'111-og- 11111111 211111 9l1l'0llI'ilgQC1 11121111?1's11ip. 1'1'o111i111111t illllibllg thv 211'tiViti12s of 11Ol'12lI' Bo211'11 was the 1-o11t1'ibuti11g of 1111111115' to 11111 Louisv '1'1'ox11ll 3111111- o1'i211 1'1l1Ilf1. '1'h12 IIIOIIQY for this f111111, ki 1.111111 i11 ho11o1' of the 11112111 of wo1111111 who 1'12ti1'e11 211 the 91111 of the l!l55-515 year, WZLS ea1'111-11 111117115111 the selling of thc 132111g111' y11211'- hook. ,-X11 of th1-11' 211'tivili11s h2111 s121'vi1-9 21s th11i1' goal. First row, left to right: J. WV21111. I1'1121sl11'1-V: IC. RO1ll'I'1S. 111-1'si1112111: 15. ISl'l'IlZl'1, se1'1'1-t:11'yg L. G1'oss11121n, L. N21t112111so11. Second row: K. C21111w111l. A. R11111-Ii1T1-, A. 1ql'ILI'1lV, Ii. 1f1St0CI1 N. St,ro111,Q1'1111. R. Smitrln, G. 13:11'1':11111. Third row: F. Ui1-SS1-1, J. Hicks. M. HiI1'Y1llg11'lll, L. P1111-, .1. Z1111, 111. Liess, 13. P1+t1-1's1-11. Phi Beta Kappa Ofhccrs of Alpha of Wisconsin Phi Beta Kappa were Founded in 1776 Professor Edwin E. JVitte, president HONORARY SCJHOLASTIC SOCIETY Dean Otto A. Mortensen, vice-president Miss Helen Crawford, secretary Miss Alma Bridgman, treasurer Harold Howard Haak Robert Arthur Haberstroh Enid Cecile Horwich Edwin Daniel Karn, Jr. INITIATES juniors Dorothea Katherine Kern Bernard Carl Korbitz Kay Mae Laswell Jack Milton Perlman Nannita Marie Ruggles Caroline Stoddard John Adrian Williams William Jay Yount Julie Zell Keith Douglas Bartz Marigen Zoe Braun Rita Jean Braunschweig Winfield Haskins Bronson Lloyd Walter Brown Robert David Cohen Joyce Alden Dickson Margaret Mary Donovan Martin Robert Feller Jordan Norman Fink Martha Lynne Gray Joen Elizabeth Greenwood Elizabeth Ann Crriem Sheila Phyllis Halpert Carol Helen Helm Anne Elizabeth Henke Jon Torger Hougen Cheryle Mary Hughes Virginia Joyce Jahn Seniors Carolyn Cordy Keith John Conley Kelsh Martin Seymour Kesselman Arthur Richard Kiser Patricia Jean Koll John Revedahl Larsen Esther Mae Lerdahl George Edgar Leroi Eleanor Levy Frederick l". Littmann Charlotte Luick Richard Thomas Meyer Bertell Ollman Ward Alan Olsen Paul Christian Plass Larry Jean Polacheck Richard Michael Ragsdale Beverly llarie Randall Margaret Elizabeth Ritchie Robert Stanley Robin Charles Ernest Rosenberg Roger Laurence Rudd Jerome Ruskin John Mo Salzer Philip Howard Schaeffer Dale Roger Shampo Stanley Owen Sher Jerome Henry Silber Diane Joyce Spcrberg Sally Spriggs Henry Summerall, Jr. Lois Anne Sutton Karen Lee Yan Brunt June Hartell VVatson Darlene Mary Weyers Marcia Elizabeth Windnes Donald Prank VVood Zigurds Laimons Zile fm... First row, left to right: J. Weinzimmer, S. Swanson, M. Geeker, A. Church, M. Halhman, K. Roberts. Second row: P. Yeandle, M. Burns, C. Burns, S. Martin, J. Elliot, M. Toal, M. Stelliek, J. Klimmer. Third row: Ii. Olson, Il. lioehl, li. Hayden, M. Slavik, J. Thomas, J. Martin, J. Penman, C. Blur. Fourth row: A. Thomas, P. Follensbee, JC. Levine, J. Heal, S. Kotehevar, P, Klein, B. RlLII1SitT,ii, G. Farwell, D. Hansen. Fifth row: J. Morgan, K. Iverson, S. Schneider, K. Halvorson, A. Kadl, J. Vanish, J. Wyatt, P. Ford, K. Valesh, C. lilse, P. Calvi. Sixth row: B. Johnson, S. Lelnke, IC. St. Clair, M. Davidson, M. Stauff, A. DePue, A. Halverson, B. Oreliard, D. Paul, A. Peterson, J. Hackman, I. Rennenkampi'l', J. Lepinski, J. Brunell, V. Por-hmann. Seventh row: G. Ilide, H. Knollmuller. P. Burhridge, J. Jordan, ll. DeBower. H. Sliinn, G. Vslier, J. VanderlNIeulen, C. Puls, li. Wriss, C. Foth, li. Putterman, M. Helmerlein, S. Seastone. Sigma Epsilon Sigma The Alpha chapter of Sigma Epsilon Sigma was founded on the University of Wliseonsin campus in 1927. Sinee that time, its members have aimed at eneouraging and promoting high seholarship among freshman women in all brain-hes of learning. Any freshman woman, regardless of her major, is eli- gible to lmeeome a member of this freshman honorary so- rority it' she obtained a 3.5 or better overall average during lmoth semesters of her freshman year. Students enrolled in the extension lmranehes of the university are also eli- gible for membership. As a part of their many activities, the group ac-ted as hostesses at the Pnion Open House seeond semester. Along with the Associated XVomen Students organization, they sponsored an Honors Luncheon held in the spring for all freshmen women who had a 33.0 or better average during the first semester. OHieers for this year were: Sandra Leinke, presidentg Gail Farwell, viee-presidentg Patricia Ford, secretary, and Ardis Halverson, treasurer. 385 Phi Eta Sigma-Spring lvflllilllg to 0114-oiirziygv lYist-onsin l'I'UFllIl1111l to zlvliiew- good sr-holztstiv ret-ortls is tho job ol' tho l'hi l'ltzL Signiu c-lmptvr at thc university. This was dom: by the liI'2llt'l'llltY by 1'vc'oggiiizil1g thosv nivn who obtuimid an OYOI'-llll grmlvpoiiit of 3.5 ol' about through-out their lil'0SllIIl21l1 your. NYist-onsin wus thc filth sc-hool in tht- nation to obtain il 1-lmpterol' tho l10IltJl'2ll'y svholastir- f1'a1tvi'i1ity. 'l'h01'e aw now vighty-svvcii c-liziptors through-out tho c'ountil'y. l'illt'0l1l'2lglQlllg PllTl'2llllS in thi' lll1lYPl'SllY to attain good sc'holzu'ship c-ztllvd for an intensivv p1'og1'1un. To nwvt this doinzind l'hi llta Slgilllll published at 'tHow to Study" pznnphlet ami :1"Stz1i't Vliell, liml VV0ll" pamphlet. Both wort- sent to nialv vntrzxnts bvforv ll1i'll' il1'l'lV21l to bvgin vlztsscs at tho univorsity. ln addition they ztidod in sult-1-tiiigl :tml training fresh- inc-n guidvs uml, togvtlwi' with Slglllil Iipsilon Sigina, tho honorzn'y freislnnan XYOII10IliS svholastic- sorority, planmicl and sponsorvtl the frvslimeii mixer. Tho mixer was hvltl during oriclntzttion wvt-li to :ml new stmlvnts in getting at-qtizlilitcrl. .Xll frvshimln wvro invitvcl to it. First row, left to right: T. Stuer-k, l.. Rodt-rs, li. Brenm-i', N. Sziglv, A. Chzipinaui. A. liuestor, I.. Pommll. C. Ft-lclstvin. J. Ferry. Second row: P. Ham-k, R. Hemtl, T. Thompson, K. Shiols, J. Ifdoll, C. Young, C. Ezmsum, M. Booruer, I.. Hawkins, P. Casey. Third row: D. Waugh, R. lioelke, J. Zomella, S. Brost, R.. Burns, M. Biehl, W. Mzwteiis, A. Maki, B. Ellig, D. Meissncr, S. Suhzlpiro. Phi Eta Sigma-Fall Activities sponsored by the group were also very im- portant. The spring and fall initiations highlighted this program. In addition Phi Iita Sigma members met jointly with members of Sigma ltlpsilon Sigma to hear speakers and panel discussions. The groups also merged in various social activities through-out the year. The emphasis in these programs was always placed on scho- lastic achievement. In mid-Xovember two delegates from the Wisconsin chapter attended the national Phi lita Sigmaconvention which this year was held at the University of Florida. The two selected to represent the chapter were Rolf Ilemmel and Dean Paul Trump. ln addition to being the fraternity's advisor Dean Trump serves the university as the registrar. Dean Trump is also responsible for edi- ting the national magazine Hl'lOI'l1lHH which is published for all members of Phi lita Sigma. Because the fraternity was established to recognize out- standing scholarship among freshman men, the fraternity fostered many activities which would aid the student. First row, left to right: L. Sarin, P. Nelson, W. Wefel, W. Strang, IC. Hardin, J, Jnuijt, D. Schilling, J. Klement., T. Brunner, M. Williams. Second row: T. Hurley, K. Shiels, P. Haack. B. Barlow, N. Rozansky, R. Dvorak, P. Trump, L. Blum, J. Udell. N. Azpell, R. Roening. Third row: J. Clay, M. Buchanan, R. Wesenberg, D. Meyer, E. Bauer, R. Rierenweber, D. Christensen, B. Thornton, C. Ehrenpreis. Fourth row: J. Hughes, A. Albrecht, H. Siegel, J. Larsen, P. Bauer, J. Phillips, P. Greene, R. Salzwedel, R. Wcninger, J, Riggs, R. Mandieh, Fifth row: J. Strauss, S. Bomba, J. Johnson, R. Glaeser, R. Strange, D. Anderson, unknown, unknown, J. Neese, W. Boettge, K. Wilson. Sixth row: R. Sigman, R. Kamm, R. Plotkin, J. Wanek, H. Friedland, N. Christensen, L. Hawkins, T. Beyer, W. Makous, J. Mitchell. Seventh row: M. Kiselow, T, Kleist, L. Brenner, R. Ohiroff, D. Olsen, M. Berkoif, W. Kaiser, J. Frea, R. Herbhell, A. Rubnitz, J. Jones, R. Held. Eighth row: L. Gawlik, D. Happer, L. Brneh, R. Grimm, H. Wilson, J. Adams, R. Kettelson, R. Huenemann. Ninth row: D. Strang, R. Erickson, D. Toetz, H. Walker, H. Strunk, J. Huntoon, G. Olson, L. Genke, T. Huck, D. Duex, J. Sehuidt, G. Venzke, S. Babcock. Tenth row: J. Wolff, W. Dreier, L. Baer, J. Kester, D. Kortkamp, J. Anderson, J. Groenaweg, J. Kutzbach, H. Weslendorf, D.Beier, R. Mitchell, D. Milton, B. Carlson. Eleventh row: R. Wagner, D. Gehri, C. Sommers, G. Scott, G. Hall, K. Lewandowski, T. DeBuhr, J. Keller, F. Serf, A. Goshaw, R. Hellermann, R. Hill, R. Gibas, IG. Krause, R. Henel, J, Wieghort. . - YN ir -1 'i . X. ALLEN - DALEY A-RNON REMINGTON ALLEN . . . Mauston . . . Law . . . Phi lxappa Phi: Sigma Delta Pig Phi Alpha Delta. EVERETT HARLAN ASPENSON . . . Viroqua . . . Law . . . Transfer from St. Olaf College . . . Pi Kappa Deltag Pi Gamma Mu . . . LSA, Choir, Treasurer . . . Phi Delta Phi: Alpha Phi Omega. BYRON ANEL . . . Milwaukee . . . Law . . . Alpha Epsilon Pi. RIIDOLPH BECKER ,... Madison . . . Law . . . Phi Mu Alphag Gamma Eta Gammag Sinfonia . . . Madison Legal Aid Society. KENNETH VICTOR. BENSON . . . New Lisbon . . .I Laiv . . . IALW School Association, Executive Ceuncilg Seventh Circuit of American Law Student Association, Vice-President. JOAN THERESE BERRY . . . Milwaukee . . . Law . , . Transfer from Mount Mary College . . . Delta Epsilon Sigmag Kappa Mu Epsilon . . , Wisconsin Law Review, Executive Editor, Business Manager . . . Law School Association, Executive Council, Secre- Hry . . . Association of Women Law Students, Presidentg Wisconsin avers. MELVIN E. BEYER . . lwadison . . . Law . . . Phi Alpha Delta. RICHARD ALAN BOLTZ . . . Wausau . . . Law . . . Transfer from Wausau Extension . . . Gamma Eta Gamma. JOHN E. BOVVEN . . . Madison . . . Law. PAITL ARTHVR. BRUNKOW . . . Milwaukee . . . Law . . . Phi Delta Phi . . . Delta Tau Delta FRANK J. BIICAIDA . . . Madison . . . Law . . . Transfer from Vniversity of Fordliain. .IOHN MICHAEL ISYERS . . . Green Bay . , . Law . . , Phi Delta Phi. DEAN SANDERS CADY . . . Saginaw, Mich. . . . . Law. GEORGE WILLIAM CHAPMAN . . . Hartland . . . Law. WALTER D. II. CHING . . . Honolulu . . . Law . . , Phi Alpha Delta, RUSSELL G. CLEARY . , . LaCrosse . . . Law . . . Phi Alpha Delta. STANLEY JAY COHEN . . . Madison , . . Law . . . Madison Legal Aid Societyg Campus Blood Drive, Chairman . . . Zeta Beta Tau. ROBERT ALLEN CONNORS . . . Edgerton . . . Law. .IAMES THOMAS CONWAY . . . Madison . . . Law . . . Phi Kappa Alpha. JOHN KAY CRIIMP . . . Cambridge . . . Law . . . Tau Beta Pi. JOHN M. DALEY . . . Madison . . . Law . . . Transfer from St. Norbert College . . . Gamma Eta Gamma. DAVIS - HALLS DUDLEY HOPKINS DAVIS JR. . . . Madison .... Law . . Transfer from John Muir Junior College . . . Vniversity ot' VViscon- sin Law Review . . . Psi Epsilon . . . Delta Theta Pi. JAMES GORDON DAVIS . . . Delavan . . . Law transfer from Carroll College . . . Phi Alpha Delta . . , Student Council, IF Council . . . Madison Legal Aid Society . . . Tau Kappa Epsilon, Treasurer, Vice-President. JOHN DONALD DAY . . . Rewey . . . Tra.nsl'er from Platteville State College . . . Gamma Eta Gamma. RONALD Z. DOMSKY . . . Racine . . . Law . . . Delta Gainina Sigma, Tau Epsilon Rho, President , . . Hillel Foundation . . . Legal Aid Societyg Student Court. FRANKLIN RONALD DUBIN . . . Milwaukee . . . Law . . . Zeta Beta Tau. RICHARD KENNETH DEBIN . . . Milwaukee . . . Law and Ac- counting . . . Zeta Beta Tau, President. JOHN LATIMER EDWARDS . . .Atlant,a, Ga .... Law . . . Wis- consin Law Review , . . Waylan Club, President . . . National Asso- ciation for the Advancement of Colored People, Vice-President . . . Alpha Phi Alpha. LAVERNE ELTON EVANS , . . Delatield . . . Law . . . Transfer from Enited States Merchant Marine Academy. JAMES JOSEPH FETEK , . . Racine . . . Law . . . Phi Beta Iiappal Phi Alpha Delta, Treasurer, Phi Kappa Phi . . . Provost Corps . . . Legal Aid Society. DENNIS JAMES FOX . . . Beaver Dain . . . Law , . . Transfer froin VVayland Junior College . . . Phi Beta Kappa . . . Law School Advo- cate, Editor, Daily Cardinal . . . Legal Aid Society. CHARLES ANDREW FUHRMAN . . . Madison . . . Law . . . High Senior Honors, Phi Delta Phi . . . Law Review . . . Moot Court Finals, Spring Program. . . . Pi Lainhda Phi. RICHARD DLTVVAYNE GALSTAD . . . LaCrosse . . . Law Phi Delta Phi. JOHN ELROY GESSERT . . . Madison . . . Law . . . Gannna Eta Gamma. WILLIAM TRAVIS GIBR . . . Madison . . . Law . . . Beta Gannna Sigma: Phi Eta Sigma, Phi Delta Phi . . . Cross Country, Manager . . . Kappa Sigma. JUSTIN L. GOLDNER . . . Milwaukee . . . Law . . . Phi Delta Phi . . . Student Court, Prosecutor, Legal Aid Society: Parents Weekend, Chairman, Campus Chest, Fieldhouse Coordinator: Prom, Treasurer . . . Alpha Epsilon Pi. JOHN SHARINIAN GOODLAND . . . lN'Iadison . . . Law . . . Phi Delta Phi, Historian . . . Legal Aid Society. CYRIL ARMSTRONG GRAY JR .... Superior . . Law . . . Trans- fer from Superior State College. JAMES LYON GREENVVALD . A . New York . . . Law . . . Phi Alpha Delta. RICHARD SEATON GRIMM . . . VVhitc-fish Bay . . . Law . . . Transfer from Yale University , . . Law School Advocate, Law School Association Representative . . . Law School Association . . . Phi Delta Phi . . . Phi Gamma Delta. PETER CURT HAENSEL . . . Milwaukee . . . Law . . . Graduate from Brown University . . . Madison Legal Aid Society, Phi Delta Phi. JAMES A. HALLS . . . Ellsworth . . . Law . . . Phi Delta Phi, His- torian. f Q N. X it X 8 AFR -mga- R4 ? J , HICKS - MENDELSOHN BOBICIIT S'l'lt.ATTON HICKS . . . Madison . . . Law. Ql'lOliGlC ISAO HIICDA . . . Honolulu , . . Law . . . Transfer from I niversity of Hawaii. PAl'L DAVID HILTON , . . Cumberland . . . Law . . . Phi Delta Phi. Kl+INNl'I'l'H l". IIOSTAK . . . Kewaunee . . . Law, . . Transfer from OshkoSh State College . . . VVise0nSin Law Review, l'lditor . . . Delta Theta Phi. ALLAN PATICIQSON HVBBAHD . . . Kenosha . . , Law . . . Delta lipsilon: Phi Alpha Delta, Clerk . . . Showerrnan House, IIollSeIellow, GAYLORD ADAIR .IISNTZ . . . VVaupun . . . Law . . . Iron Cross: Delta lfpsilong Phi Alpha Delta, Justice. Clerk. LLIGWICLLYN RONALD JOHNSON . . . Madison . . . Law. JOHN KASIMATIS . . . Madison . , . Law . . . '1'ransl'er from the Ilniversity of Utah . . . Phi Alpha Delta. AVICRY BASSICTT KIQSSLFR . . . Madison . . . Law . . . Phi Delta Phi . . , Beta Theta Pi. LICROY VVAYNIC KNUTSON . . . Ladysmith . . . Law . . . Phi Alpha Delta, Marshall, Rushing Committee, Junior Toastniasters clllI1il'Ill2Ill . . . Law Sehool Association lfxeeutive Couneil, Finance Coininittee, Treasurer. Chairman . . . Legal Aid Soeietyg Anieriean Law Student, Assoeiation, Convention Delegate. CHAll.Ll"S ELLIS KUEHN . , . Sheboygan . . . Law . . . Madison Legal Aid Soeiety . . . Beta Theta Pi. MARTIAL H. LICDVINA . . . lNIanitowoe . . . Law. .ll'lBOMl'l LIICSS . . . lNIadison , . . Law . . . Phi Delta Phi . . . Zeta Beta Tau. EARL DOUGLAS LILLYDAHL .IR .... Milwaukee . . . Law . . . Graduate from Cornell Vniversitv . . . Phi Delta Phi, President . , . I'nivm-rsity Cooperative, Board uof Trustees: Madison Legal Aid Soeietyj Law Sehool Forum Speaker Committee. PATlilt'K MOSIC LLOYD . . . Berlin . . , Law. Ml+lLVlN IC. LYNN . . . Monticello . . . Law . . . Phi Alpha Delta. .IOIIN P. MACRAIC . . . Laona . . . Law . . . Senior High Honors . . . Artusg VViseonsin Law lieviewg MHA Speetator . . . Pres House, Board of lllders . . . Phi Alpha Delta, YGOP. BR.I'C'l'l ALAN MANN . . . Raeine . . . Law . . .Phi Beta Kappa: Mat-eg Beta Gainrna Sigma: Phi Kappa Phi . . . Daily Cardinal. Business lNIanager, AdvertiSin,1z lVIanager: Law Review. Iixeeutive Iiditor . . . Student Senate. ISA. PreSident . . . Provost Corps . . . Y-Denioc-rats. lfxeeutive Board: I'nion Direetorate: Wiseonsin Moot Clourt Team . . . Phi Delta Phi. MIBIAM SIILIMOVITZ MANN . . . Appleton . . . Law-Social Work . . . Transfer from the Ifniversity of Michigan , . . Mortar Board . . . Union Forum Cornmitteeg University Dames. IQOBICKT MeWILLIAM . . . lthinelander . . . Law . . . Transfer from Marqiiette University . . . Phi Alpha Delta . . . Student Court. STANLEY JAY MENDELSOHN . . . Finance-Law. . .National Defense TransportationfAssociation . . . Hillel . . . Finance Soeiety: IF Couneil . . . Alpha Epsilon Pi, Vice-President, Treasurer, Secre- tary, Soeial Chairman, Red Cross Chairman. MITCHELL - SILBER DONALD ERANK MITCHELL . . . Omro . . .Law . . . Phi Delta Phi. ROBERT JERRY MPELLER . . . Maflison . . . Law . . . Gamma Eta Gamma. ROLAND GEORGE NEHRTNG . , . Two Rive-rs .... A Ocounting- Law . . . Phi Eta Siglna, Govvrriing Counvil: R1-ta filtlllllltitslgllltbl Bvta Alpha Psi, Prvsirlont, Tl'l'ILSllI'l'l', Phi Kappa Phi: Phi Alpha Delta . . . VVIIA Nowsvastvrg VVisc'onsin l'lOI'l'IlSlI'I'I1lOll . . ' Alpha Tau Onis-ga. EDMVND ALBERT NEPMAIER . . . Dr-troit . . . Law. . . Trans- fvi' from l'niv1-rsity ol' Mivhigan Statm- .... ' Alpha Tau Onivga: Phi Dolta Phi. JAMES APDLEY NEYVELL , . , lN'Iaclison . . , Law . . . Dvlta Thi-ta Phi . . . I"i'at1-rnity Housvtl-llows Counvil . . . Pi Kappa Alpha. ANDREW JOHN NOSACEK . . . Milwaukvc- . . , Law. . . Phi Dvlta Phi . . . Le-gal Aid Sovivty. JOSEPH PEAL . . . Millshrug. Lilwria . . . Law . . , Transfer from Libvria Collm-go . . . ,Al-I'if'iiI1 Pnion, Prvsimlvnt, lntf-rnatioiial Club, Board Moinlwr. ALEXANDER CHARLES PERLOS . . . Madison . . . Law . . . Transfor from Michigan State University . . . Phi Delta Phi . . . Orthomlox Studi-nt Fvllowship, Prvsiflc-lit. GLEN VVILLIAM PLOETZ . . . Milwaukc-4: . . . Law. GERALD JEAN RANDALL . . . Sparta . . . Law . . . Tx'ansfe1'fi'on1 Lalfrossc State Collvgv . . . Alpha Phi Omt-ga, Som'i's-tary, Phi Alpha Delta . . . MHA Caliinvt. Stuflvnt Concluvt Coniinittoo . . . Pvrsliing Riflcs . . . VGOP, l'll'l'Ilt'll Club . . . Vilas Housv, Ti'vasu1'c-1'. AUSTIN THOMAS REDLE ..., - Applvton . . . Law . . . Transtvi' from Marqiic-ttv l'nivvr'sity . . . Tau Rota Pi, Pi Mu Epsilon, Pi Tau Sigma, HARVEY GEORGE REDMANN . . . Shawano . . . Law . . . Gam- ma Eta Gamma. JOHN ADAM REULING, JR .... Madison . . . Law . . . Transtier from Boston Univvrsity . . . Gamma Eta Gamma, Tri-asurer . . . Wis- consin Law Review. Editor . . . USF . . . Moot Court, Students for Stevenson, Socretary-Tri-asure1'. CHARLES J. RICHARDS . . . Kenosha . . . Law . . . Delta Kappa Epsilon. ROBERT GENE RIEGELNIAN . . . Ravinv . . . Law . . . T1'2LI1SfEll' from Valparaiso I'niVn-rsity . . . Phi Alpha Di-lta . . . Lambda Chi Alpha. ANDREW WARNER R ISSER.. . . Maclison . . . Law. . . Phi Dvlta Phi . . , L4-gal Aiml Society. STANLEY ROBERTS . . . hlailison . . . Law , . . Phi Dulta Phi . . Zuta Ri-ta Tau. DAVID STURTEVAND RUDER . . . VVausau . . . Law . . . Phi Delta Phi . . . Wvisconsin Law Rcviow . . . l'nivm-rsity Cooperativv, Boarfl of Trustum-s. ELMER ARTHPR, SCHPMACHER . . . ih'1lliVII.l1li04' . . . Law . . . Transfm' from Univc-rsity of Wisconsin in Milwaukvu . . . Phi Alpha Delta, Tr0asui'ci', Marshall . . . Univorsity of Wisvonsin Law School Book Mart, . . . Managm-rg Humorology . . . lfootlmall . . . Jones Housc, Presimlcnt. GEORGE RRVNNER SCHVVAHN . . . VV:-st Allis . . . Law . . . Dclta Tlivta Phi, VTCK?-TJOZIII. EDVVARD SAMVEL SILBER . . . Milwaukvv . . . Law . . .Phi Delta Phi . . . Madison l.vgal Aid Sovivty . , . Chi Phi. SMITH - ZURKOWSKI HARDY BOLTON SMITH . . . Mobile, Ala .... Law . . . Transfer from the l'niversity of Alabama . , . Phi Delta Phi, Exehequer . . . Law Sr-hool, Student Advisor: Lnion Theater. Head I'sher . . . Alpha Tau Omega. PHILIP RICHTER SMITH . . . LaCrosse . . . Law . , . Transfer from Beloit College. ANDREW CAMERON THOMPSON . . . Oshkosh . . . Law . . . Graduate from Stanford University , . . Phi Delta Phi . . . Phi Kappa Psi. LEWIS W. TIBBITTS . . . Melrose . . . Law . . Phi Delta Phi . . . Law School Assoeiation, President . . . Student Court, Justice. MICHAEL BRYAN TORPHY . , . Madison . . . Law . . Phi Delta Phi . . . II", .Iudieial Committee . . . Housefellow Assoeiation, Resi- dent Counselor . . . Crew . . . Sigma Phi. JAMES AARON VAN DE BOGART . . . lwadison , . . Law . . . Phi Delta Phi. ROBERT ARTHUR WIEGAND . . . Rar-ine . . . Law . . . Law Sehool Advocate. EENNEN EARL WIISSE . . . Seymour . . . Law .... A rtus . . . Chi hi. .IAMES JEROME YANIKOWSKI . . . Berlin . . . Law . . , Alpha Kappa Psi . . . Sigma Phi Epsilon. PAUL GEORGE ZURKOWSKI . . . Palmyra . . . Law . . . Transfer from Whitewater State College . . . Phi Delta Phi. Seniors Peggy Dickson Q Joyce Grieger Co-editors A wr V . ,,,,. , 5' 394 AARRESTAD - AMES ELLEN PRYDE AARRESTAD . . . Milwaukee . . . English . . . Transfer from Grinnell College . . , The New lclea . . . l'nion Film Connnittee. llSll0I', Hooters . . . Langdon Manor, House Manager. ELGENE RICHARD ACKLI-1Y . . . Pewaukee . 4 . l'llIlILIll'l' . . . Theta Delta C'hi. JOAN M. ACKLEY . . , Fond du Lat' . . . Journalism . . . Transfer from l'niversity of Pennsylvania . . . VVisc'etiquette. . . lfnion House Committee: C'oranto, PreSiclent . . . Barnarll Hall, Treasurer. FRANKLIN R. ADAMS ..., - Xmery . . . Transfer from Superior St-ate . . . Soeiety of AutomotiveiEngineers, Ameriean Soeiety of Metals, Mining and Metalurgieal Club . . . The Wiseonsin Engineer, Sales Manager . . . Uonover House, Social Chairman: Delta Sigma Pi. JOHN FRANCIS ADABIS . . . Madison . . . Economies , . Young Repulmlieans . . . l'll'0SllII12l,I1 Cross Country. Traek . . . Theta Delta Chi: Herald, Athletic' Chairinan. ROGER SPIYEY ADKINS . . . Nladison . . . Politieal Srieneo . . . Transfer from Swarthmore College . . . Finanee Soeiety. Debate Soeiety. International Relations Club .... Xmeriean Aeademy of Politieal Seienee, Aineriean Soeiety for Pulilie Aclministration, VViseonsin State Motor Vehiele Management Assorialion, Inter- eollegiate Conlerenee on ciOV0l'I1I110Ill . . . Phi Kappa Psi. TRAVIS GILBERT ADLER . . . Cross Plains , . . Aeeounling . . Beta Alpha Psi . . . lfnion Tournament Committee. LAWRENCE S. ADORNATO . . . Milwaukee . . . Meehanieal Engineering . . . Transfer from UVV Milwaukee . . . Soeiety ot' Auto- motive Engineers. JOHN THOMAS AEHL . . . Nlilwaukee . . . Journalism . . . Sigma Delta Chi , . . Daily Cardinal . . . Baseball, VV Cluh. JVDITH WONG AHANA . . . Honolulu, Hawaii . . . Zoology . . . Transfer from l'niversity of Hawaii . . . Hawaii Club . . . Elizabeth VVaters. PETER EDVVARD AHL . . . Milwaukee . . . Meehanieal Engineer- ing . . . Transfer from Milwaukee Extension ..., Xmeriean Soeiety of Meehaniral Engineers . . . Gilman House, Deeorations Chairman. DORIS MAE AHONEN . . . Milwaukee . . . Diets-ties . . . Transfer from Milwaukee Extension . . . Euthenies. ROBERT WILLIAM AHRENS . . . Mukwonago ..., Xnimal liuslmandry . . . Alpha Zeta . . . Saddle and Sirloin . . . Ranrl, . . Delta Theta Sigma: Pulmlieity Chairman, Corresponding Seeretary. FREDERICK CHARLES ALBRECHT . . . Stratforil . . . Phar- maev . , . '1'ranst'er from Wausau Extension , . . Vlfiseonsin Pharma- eeutieal Soeiety: Ameriean Pliarmaeeutieal Assoeiation, President: Kappa Psi, Treasurer . . . Srahlmard and Blade. JAMES HENRY ALBRECHT . . . Peshtigo . . . Eleetrical Engi- neering . . . Transfer from Marinette Extension . . . lnstitute of Radio Engineers . . . Winslow House. Viee President. JEROME L. ALEFF . . . Sheboygan . . . Psychology . . . University Mc-n's Glee Cluhg Union Films Committee: M.H.A. Cabinet: M.H.A. Chorus: Intramurals: Campus Carnival: Ifnion House Representative M.H.A. Committees . . . Chamberlin House. J,XlVIES LLOYD ALEXANDER . . . Madison . . . Law. ELEANOR GRAVE ALLAN . . . Nlayville .... Iournalism . . . Theta Sigma Phi, Seeretary . . . lvnion News Bureau, Uhairinan . . . Summer l'nion Dirertorate . . . Exeeutive Seeretary of Summer Prom . . . Panhellenie Ball Publieity: To-Efls WVeek Pulmlieity Committee: Honieeoining Publicity: Matrix Banquet Pulmlieity flllZilI'Il1IlIl .... Xlpha Phi, Viee-President. GRE'l'Cl'lEN ALLEN . . . Fort VVayne, lnd ..... Xpplied Art . . . Transfer from Purdue . . . Summer Prom, Deeorations Chairman . . . Badger Rloek Artist . . . Kappa Kappa Gamma. JACK CHLLEN ALLMAN . . . Chetek . . . Cfhemieal Engineering . . . Transfer from Superior State . . . Ameriean lnst-itute of Chemical Engineers . . . Lutheran Student Assoeiation. OLI VER CHARLES AMES . . . Kenosha . , . Eleetrieal Engineer- ing . , . Badger Veterans Organization, Seeretary . . . Institute of Radio Engineers: American institute of Eleetrieal Engineers . . . Theta Kappa Phi. President: Rushing Chairinan, Soeialdifluxirman. AMUNDSON - ASCHENBRENNER LOLISIC AMLNDSON . . . SIUIILIIIIOII .... ' M'tu:u'i:1I Sf-iviivc' . . . Siglllil Ifpsiluu Signm, Phi f'hi 'I'h4-lu . . . I4llIIlt'I'2lll Stumlc-ut .Yssm'i:L- 3 Iiou C'ouuc'il. C'hoii' . . . ICIiz:ilwiI1 VV:1lc-rs Hull: Yin- I rvsiilm-ut, Fi- IIIIIIVI' Vfuiiiiiiiftcw Sm'i'vt:ii'y, IQOIIICIVI' I,lJI'IS.XNIJIfIRSI1IN . . . YY4-st .Xllis . . . BIl'1II4'2lISl'II'I1i'4' . . . Phi I'ituSign1:1, Soplioiliuiw-II1u1n1's,.,I,11TIw1':u1S1lulvulC'011tcI'Z Puhliv III-Irntimw I7ii'w'tm'. S11-w:u'4IsI1ip IJIl'l'l'IUI'. iYLL,YX IYISXICII .YXIJICRSOX ,..YV:111w:iIusu..Jim-ugi':npI1y.., YYMIIN X1-ws I'I1IiTo1' . . . MII.X I'ifIlll'IlIIOIl :iurl Sf'Il0I2ll'SIlIIl Umu- IIlIIIl'l'5 . . . Sim-Iwvkvi' Ihnusv, Yivv-I,1'vsicIv111. ALLAN II.YIiLI'IY .-YXIJIQRSON . . . Szuul cII'Q'l'Ii . . . ICI:-m't1'if'z1I I'IIlQIIIlI'l'I'IIl!.'. . . Tau Iii-lu Pi: Iitu Iiuppu Xu: .Yll1I'I'Il'iLIl Iustitutv of ICI:-n't1'ic':1l I'IllLIIIIl'Ul'SI Iustiiuiv ni' Iirulm Ifiigziiim-4-iw: 141513 Iziigiiwf-x'- mf' Ifx msiliuu . . . S mmm-1' IIuusm'. P' C'II.YIiLICS LICIC AXIJIVIQSOX . . . YRYZIISIIIJIIFII . . . I.:Lhm' Mriuugv- IHUIII . . . 'I'i':u1sfc-x'fm1uSt. Xurlwrl C'oIIvgzv. . . Swim-ty I4n1'IYrIvzu1r-v- im-ut of IYI:umgviuei1t. GIYIL VIYLXN 4YNIJI"IiS0N . . . Grveii Iiuy . , . Iflc-luc'11Ta11'y I'IcI1u':1Iim1 . . . rI'1'zu1Sfc-r frruu cIl'l'l'Il Iiuy Ifxfc-usimi . . . Sl'Ill'lI0l'S . . . Ifowiisic-s, .XII-I3m'111 Music IIIlllII'll2lIIlI'Ilt . . . f1IlIl1IIlUlII'lIl' Hull. Illizuhm-tI1 VV:1tm-rs Hull. JOHN WILLIAM ANIJICIQSOX . . . XYQIUSILII . . . Flu-111if-:il Iiugi- Ill?I'I'IIlLf . . . Sigma Alpha Iipsiluu, .IOYCIC ICLIZAHICTH .YXIJIGICSON . . . Milwauikw- .... Yrt Ifnlu- vutiuu . . . I'ui0u Gzxlivry fI0Illll1IIIf'l', IIooI'er's Sailing Cluh. MARY NICLL ANIJICRSON .,., - Yutigo . . . ICII-1111-iuriry I'IlIlIl'ILfIOIl . . . Iutc-r-Vzwsity Christian I"m-llowship. PHILIP IJILYN ANDICIISOX . , . Milxvmikf-v . , , PIlI1l'Il12l4'y . . . TI'illlSI.l'T' fruiu LaCrosse- Stats- . . . MH,Y1'lcluvntim1 :uul Sc'ImI:u'sI1ip CUIIIIIIIIIOI' . . . C:xIv:u'y Lutlu-r:u1 SI'1'VII'i' Pl'iJ,II'I'IS IIIJIIIIIIIIICQ CIIIIIVIIIILII .... Ioue-S Housvg Snviul Clliziirmzm, Vim- I,l'l'SI1It'Ilt. RAYMOND GUY AXIDICRSON' . . . Gxilesvilh- ..., Yvf-miiitiug . . . 'I'1':u1sI1-1' froiu I,uCl'0ssv Slams . . . Alpha Phi Oiiwgu . . , IillIIlK'l'ilI1 Studs-ut Assoc'i:LIi011. ROISICIIT CIIARLES .PYXIJICIISOX . . . Mzirsllfiw-lei . . . M4-f-l1:u1i0:1I .I'IIlLZIIli't'I'IIlgI .... X IHI'I'If'IlIl YYvhIiug Soviety, Iiurlgn-1' .Yum Club, JXMICS YVALTPIR ANIJIIIJSICN . . . Iizwim- . . . Ph:u'1u:u'y . . . Tl'2lIlSI.L?I' from Rzicinv Iflxtviisimi . . . VVisc'm1siu Pl1:u'n1:u'0ufic':iI S0011-ty. I?.I'II'IiI'lX MICHICHLS .'XXClICI,I3I'X,'K . . . Kolih-1' . , . Mc-r'I1:1,uicz1I -I'IIlf.'fII1l'4'l'IIl2L' . . . Socivty of ,xIlli'l'Il'IlI1 Mevlmiiivul Ifiigiln-r-i's . . . The-tu Chi, Sv01'vtzu'y. P.YI'I. .IOSICPH ANSI-'IIQLIJ . , . Milwuukov , . . I'Qy4'ImInzy . . . P:u'vuts VV4-1-kvml. Prom Music' C'o111mittev, 770 C'Iuh C'Imi1'1u:u1 . . . IIIIIIIILII House, SIJVIIII cIIl!lll'Il12lIl, Blood Ilrivm- IIIIQIIVIIIIIII. I"I,UIII"NC'I'I M. ARI3I"I'IINO'I' . . . .Izuu-svillu . . . fIUIllI12Ll'2lIIV0 I,iIc-1':1tl11'v . . . iI'I'2II1SIiI'I' fmui I,:1wV1-iu'v Collvgc- . . . I,l'4'SIIj'IK'l'IilIl Youth l'vi1lv1'l'I1oir . . . cIIlIl.tIIHlIlI'IH' Hull, PVEESILIPIII. .IILYX I'II,IZ.YI3I'ITII .XIIVIIICII . . . Maidisou . . . I,Il2ll'1llIll'y . . . Iinppzn Ifpsilfm, Vicv Pu-siilviiti YYisc-ousin PIIflI'IIlIlI'4'llIII'2lI Suvicty . . . Iiuppu Iivltzx. MIUIIAICI. .L-YY ARMIX . , . Mrulisou . . . History. . . xYS.YIIlI1ll2l,I1 III-lriliuus Uuiiiiilittvv, I'I0l'l1lIl Crmllllliittm-4+ . . . Gwvii I.2IllI,l'I'Il Co-op, IIYCSIKIUIII, LLOYD IIQYIIIIY .YIIXIYII . . . NIQIIIIIUXVUK' . , . IIu1'1ir'I1Il11i'4-. HICXIIY AY. ARNOLD . . . BI:1i'ii1c-ttv ,..I X l'4'UIlIlIIIlgL' . . . 'I'1':u1sfv1' fmiii St. Nm'Imm't Collvgf- . . . Iii-tu Alpha Psi . . . Iil'l'Q,'l7l'Y Hmisv, 'lII'l'2lSlll'l'I', CHAICLICS FRANK .KSC'III'INIiIiI'INNI'IIi . . . Ifuu cII:l.II'0 . . Labor IVI:m:Lgun10nf. WW ASKELAND - BARRAND ADRIAN ASKELAN D . . . Roc'kf0rcl lll . . .COITlI110!'t't' . . . Baskvt- ball, Bass-ball . . . Botti Tlu-ta, Pi. KENNETH LEHOY ASPLVND ..., V Xshlancl . . . Iilvr-tri:-al Eh- giueering . . . Transfvr from Northlantl Collttgc- . . . .AIl1t'l'lt'2ill lnsti- tute of El0t'tric'a,l Engint-c'rs. VERNA D. ATKINS . . . Paterson, Nc'w.lt-rsc-y . . . l"rt1m'li . . Sigma Epsilon Sigma, Sophomore- Honors . , . Frm-nr'h Club . . F1'9I1Cll House-, Vivo-P11-sitla-lit. FRANCESCA JANE AXLEY . . . Matlison . . , Frviivlm . . . VViscon- sin Hoofvrs Couriffil, Ski Club, Sailing Club . . . Fronvh Club . . . International Club, Orvhvst ra . . . Sigma Kappa. ELEANOR VIDO BABB , . . Milwaukvc- . . . English . . . Transft-r from Grinnt-ll College . , . Thvta Sigma Phi. trQasurc'r: Eta Sigma Phi . . . VVist'onsin Badge-r . . . Hulnorology, Badgt-r Blovlq, Holm-- voming Publivity Cl1tl,iI'lIl2LIl . . . Alpha Phi, Chaplain. NAN E. BACHKAL . . . Bc-rlin . , . English . . . '1'ra,nsl'c-r lroin Mar- quette . . . Hoofvr Sailing Club, Svc'rm-tary ..., V inn l'iIlll'I'y Hall, .ludir-ial Committee. RONALD LEE BACIIMAN . . . Black Rivs-r Falls . . . Entomology . . . Agrivulturv Studvnt Counvil .... V Xir l"o1'r'0 ROTC, Rifis- Tc-aln . . . 4-H and Blue Shit-lil, Przfsirlvnt . . . Basvball . . . Uvlta Theta Sigma. DAVID El JVVARD BAEB . . . Grvc-n Bay . . . Coinint-rc'v ..., -X lpha Kappa Psi .... A flvailvt- Infantry Corps. G. BRIAN BAGLEY . . . Milwzulkw . . . Mvtallurgival l'Il1gii1H'1'- ing ..., V Xrniy ROTC . . . Crvw. HEDY ROSE BAHLER . . . Now Glarus . . . Elvnit-nt:u'y Ecluva- tion . , . lvlliibti Stumlvnt Em-llowship . . . St'lll'tlUI'S. GENE LOCKE BAKER . . . hiadison . . . Ec'ono1nic's . . . Sovic-ty for Aclvanvc-nivnt of Managvnivnt . . . Barlgvr Ycltr-rans Organiza- tion . . . Vilas Housv, Sc-holastic' Chairman. DONALD EIWVARD BALIJOVIN . . . llurlvv . . . Clwinif-al Engi- IlC0l'lIlg . . . Phi Eta Sigma, Sophoinors- Honors, Tau Bc-ta Pi, Amvrivan lnstitutcl ol Clll'II11t'2ll I':Ilg1Ilt't'I'S . . . Vilas llousvi Trvas- urcr, Stwrf-tary. IVERN GREEN BALIJVVIN , . . Bc-loit . . . Ocvupational r.l'llf'l'!lIJy . . . Transfvr from Bvloit. HERBERT RAYMOND BALDVVIN . . . Beloit . . . IJIIICISOELIM' ,AY'f'lliit'K'illI'0 . . . Dvlta Epsilon, Sovrvtary . . . Dorm Stutlvnt Con- cluvt Connnittt-0, Sturlt-nt-Faculty lluinorology Connnittvv . . . Favills- IIOIISUQ Scvrotary. Prclsidvnt. KIMBERLY BALL . . . Evanston . . . Physival Etluc'ation . . . Senior Dolphins, Publivity Chairman, Women's Physival Eduva- tion Club. Publicity Chairman, TI'lxiLSlll't'l' . . . Pi Bc-ta Phi: Activi- ties Chairman, TI'0ILSllI'1'l', JOAN B, BALZER . . . VVisc'onsin Rapifls .... Iournalisni . . . Markcting Club . . . Spanish Club Co-Etls Wvvla Pnblivity 4:0111- mittevg AVVS Fashion Show: Campus Carnival, Pars-nt's Wet-kt-ml Puhlirity Cornmittvv , . . Alpha Phi, JAN DOROTHEA BARJJEFN . . . Ravinct ..., V Xrt . . . Transtr-r from Ravintt lifxtension . . . St. Franvis House Choir . . . lilizabr-th VVatvrs Hall l'nit IV Floor chairnian. JAMES LEVVIS BARNES . . . Milwaulu-1' . . . M0c'lxanit'al Engint-1-r- ing . . . Transfcrr from VW Milwaukw ..., A invrit-an Sovivty ot' MQr'hani1'al Enginc-ors .... Xrniy ROTC Engineer Corps . . . Thx-ta Delta Chi. LAVVRENCE DALE IQARR . . . Nlonrov , . . Mvc'hanir'al l'illgi1ll't'i'- ing . . , Tau Rpm Pi, Prwitiontg Pi Tau Sigma, 'l'r'0:1s11i'01'j Phi Em Sibimfli Phi Kappa Phi: Ainctrivan Sovioty ol' Mc-1'hanic'al lfn- gU1Cl'1'S - - - VVisf'onsin i'l'iIlL'lI1t'0l',n Copy Erlitor . . . ltl5ti l'iI1Q'IiI1l't'l'- Ulg l':XIT0Silion. Publivity Chairman. MARY E. BARR . , . Milwaukvcv . . . Spt-rwli Corrc-vtion . . . Slglliil Alpha, Eta . . . tvnion llanvt' Committt-4-, Nvw Stuclt-nt Vtiwk Guitlt- . , . Uulla Zota, Historian. GAII. E. BARRAND . . , Kimbr-rly . , . Physival Morliviiic . . Eta Kappa Lamhcla, Sigma Epsilon Sigma. Mortar Board . . Pres Houst-: Choir, lfltls-r . . . Barnartl-Hall. Yit'v-Prvsiclvnt. 396 BARRETT - BAXTER NANCY ANNE BARRETT , . . Milwziukee . . . Nursing l'lilllI'2l- tion.. , . r1ll'2lIlSl'1'l' from St. M:Lry's School ol' Nursing . . . Hoofer's Sailing Club: l'nion Theater Csher . . . St. P:Lul's Chcipel . . . Elim- lweth VV:Ltersg llll-I'2LlllllI'2ll Mzumgeiy Choir. STANLEY HART . . , Kenosha . . . Eleelriezil Engineering . , Trznisler from Riu-ine Extension . . , Kappa Eta Krippn . . . Ameri- ezin Institute ol l'll0f'll'1l'Il.lI'lI12ll10Ql'1llg, Institute ol Raulio Engnieers . . . Swenson House. BIAYNARD ROBERT RARTEL . . . Sll4'lJOy1l'1lll . . . Psyehology . . . Transfer lroni Slielmoygnn Extension . . . Psyehologry Cluli . .. ISA. Clixurnizun A MCA Relations, Cli:urni:in ISA lIllI'I1Il1lll'2LlS. ROBERT PETER ISARTELL . . .St Clouil ...Cheinivzml Engineer- ing .... AIIll'l'l1'Ill1 Institute of Cheiniexil Engineers . . . Young Re- pulvliezins Club .... Xlphzi Delta Phig President. Vive-Presimlent. RICHARD FRANK ISARTELSON . . . Luke Geneva . . . Eeonoin- ies , . . ,1ll'21llSl't'l' froin VVhitew:1ter State . . . lnsur:n1r'e Soeiety Bontril of Dirertors . . . linflgei' Veterans Orgnnizailioni Sc-eret:u'y, Vive- Presiflent. SCSAN J. ISARTELT . . . Roekforcl . . . Home Eeononiies l"1lurf:1- tion . . . l'llllill1'Illl'S . . . Iimlgei' . . . Student Guille, Pain Hellenic Bull Deeorzitions Clniirnizin . . . Gxunriizi. Phi Beta. Soeinl Sec're1:u'y. NORMAN BARTON . . . Madison . . . Piyeliology . . . MHA Crihineti Sliulent Senate: Bzxflqer Party, Vive Cl1ll,ll'Il1ilIlI Ifnion Connell: VVSA, Uliziirinnn Leo.derSliip Confei'eneeg ISA. Presiclent . . . Dorinsylv:1ni:i, Pulilieity eo-Chziirmzini Inch-penmlent Sluflents', Athletir' Chuirinznig Cnnipus Chest . , . Tripp Hull, liotkin Houseg Trident House. BIARY LOVISE BARAAIICII . , . Racine . , . liolnny . . . Tr:msl'er lroni R:u-ine Extension. ROBERT MARLING BARTHOLOMEVV . . , Beloit, . . . Meelnnii- rail Engineering . . . Phi Gxuninn Delta. WILLIAM JOSEPH BATES . . . lVIadiSon . . . Aeeounting . . . Bela Alphn Psi. EDVVIN ALBERT RATHKE . , . Chippewa l":illQ . . . Mzith . . . Phi Etn Siginn, Pi Mu Epsilon, Physivs Cluli . . . MHA Store Bozirml of Di:'ec't,o1's, Chnirinzin . . . 'ffil'I'2ll1i Houseg Presiclent, Vir'e-Pres- itlent, Sef'ret:u'y, Treasurer. CAROL ANNE IiAI'ER . . . Sioux City. Iowa . . . Clothing :intl Textiles . . . V.lil'I1llSl'lf!' froni Ciiivewity of South lyillitblil . . Pi Beta Phi. FREDERICK JOSEPH BAIIER . . . Beaver Dani . . . Eeononiies . . . Army ROTC Provost Corps . . . Della Signizi Pi. GEORGE ARTHIIR BAUER . . . Foy Luke . . . Meeliainieal En- gineering . . . Society of Automotive Engineers, Ama-ric:in Soriety of Meelmiiiml Engineers . . . Union Tournfunent Connnittee . . . Newlnzin Club . . . Baulgei' Classic Bowling League, President . . . Tau Knppn Epsilon. WAYNE HAROLD BAUER . . . Milton . . . Eeonoinies . . , Trans- fer froin Carroll College . . . Sigrna Phi Epsilon. ALAN RORIVRT RAUMANN . . . Wziuwzvtoszi . , . Ac-eountingr . . . NVisc'onsin Student Assoeizition FTIIH-T100 Connnittee . . . Lutherzni Stunlent Assoeiaition . . . Army ROTC Connnission . . . Huniorology . . . Ds-lm Ifpsilong Presillent, Finance Cl1fllI'I11IiIl. LUIS ELMGREN BACMANN . . . Nec,-nzmli . , . Emluerntion . . . Sophomore Honors, Crueilne . . . AAVS Treaisurer, .llulieiail liozmli I'nion Pnhlie R,c-lations Coinniittee, Sef'ret:n'yg Senior Couneil: Parents VVec-lienflg Orientation Wveeli. Student Guirle . . . l5:Lrn:ml Hsill, Chi Oinegzi. VVILBVR KEITH HAVMANN . . . Vlvzuiwzilosai . . . RIlAl2llll1I'LIlCill Engineering ...A Al11K'l'l4'il1l Society for Metaalg . . . Delhi lfpsilon, Vive-Presimlent. MADELINE ANNE BAUMGARTNER . . . .lzinesville . . . Sei'- ondziry l'llllli'2tl,lOll . . . VVSA Civil Defense, Pulmlieity clll1LlI'II1iLIlQ Pun Hel Korezin Welfare Drive, Cl12LIl'H1ILIlI Union Dnnee Com- initteeg Orientation Week, Student Guide: Rushing Count-ilor . . , Elizulmetli VV:Lfers, .lumlivizil Cliairnizirig Delta Deltzi Deltzig Soc-izil Chzmirinzin, Aetivity Clmirninn. LEE RAYMOND BANANDALL . . . Oshkosh . . . English . . . Phi Eta Sigma: Sophomore Honors . . . Oetopus, Copy Editor. RICHARD WESCOTT BAXTER . . . Chieago . . . Geology . . . Transfer from lJOP1Llll . . . Geology Club, Cheinistry Cluh . . . New Student VVeek ..., Xlphai Tau Omega: Pledge President, Stewart, Public Relations. 397 fs 5? I 4 , I ltlCH.'XliD ALl"lllCD lilCllltl'lNS . . . lNl:ulison . . . Chemiezil l'lIlglIlt'l'I'lllg. JAMIVS ARTHl'lt HIGHRING . . . Kohler . . . Metzmllurgival Engi- neering . . . Anim-ric-:ui Som-iety ot' Metals: Aint-riean Foundry So- vietyg Amerivuu Institute of Mi'l2Llll1I'gli'Ill l'l1lg'1IlCU1'S . . . XQWVIIHIII Cluhg St. Pauls Co-op , . . Tlu-tu, Chi, Homecoming Chanrinan, FLOYD J. BICINIC . . , Kuuoshzi . . . Mec'l1:u1ic':1l liugiueering . . :XIlll'l'lK'2lIl Sovietty of Mt-c'l1:u1it':1l liugiiieers. SHIRLEY ANN lil'IlSClllCl .... Fort Atkinson . . , lilenientziry l-Iduvamtion. MICHA PIL ADAM BICLASCO . . . Niagurzi Falls. N. Y .... Journal- ism . . . llussizm Cluh . . . Sigma Delta Chi, Vice President. DOROTHY BICLI .... Madison . . . Child Development . . . Phi Upsilon Omivrou . . , Homecoming Promotions Cliairman, Decora- tions :md Particle Co-Chziirmzuig Freshmzm O ientationg Badger Ice Revue Chuirmaiug l'uion Dzuim- Committee Prom Promotiousg Prom D:-corzttious . . . Alpha Chi Onivgzi, Corrt-sponding SCC'1'Ct3.1'y, Pre-sifleut. LORNA l'1LlZAlil4l'l'll lil"l.l ,.., liumlmoo . . . Music' . . , Bau'nzu'fl Hzillg Musim' Chztiruuui, Floor fllltLlI'lll2LIl, Chorus Director, SOCI'6ti11'y. WINONA .l. liltllili . . . Gmyslztkt-, lll, . . . Physical Medicine . . . Sigma lflpsilou Sigma . . . Physirful Tht-rzipy Clulw . . . Prom Queen Cxmutliclutte . . . lluinorology . . , Campus clilll'lllV2Ll . . . Kappa Delta. DONALD HAY l5l'lNDl'Ilt . . , Mmlisou ..., - Xuthropology. .Il+1liOMlfI O'l'lll'l'iLO HICNSON .... Xppls-ton ..., 'Xf't'0llllll1lQ'lf . , , lietrt Alpha Psi. MARY l'll,lZAl5l'll'll ISICNSON . , . lint-iiie . . . Muth. . .Transfer from lt:u'ium- lixtc-usiou . . . Sigum lfpsilou Signiu . . . Student Civil Defense Couunittee . . . liliznlwtli Watts-1-sg Vnit l.ihr:1ry Chuirninn, Treztsurer. INIARY LOU ISICNSON .... Xppletou . . . l'lli'1Ill'llltLI'y l'itll1Ctlfl0I1 . . Sclit-tlers, 1ll'l'1lHlll'l'l' .... NYS Big Sister . . . l'lliz:1lmc-tli Vlvxitcrs Hull. 398 BEHREND - BENSON JOHN PAVL lil'llllil'lND . . . ll:u'tl:Lucl . . . llvouolnitrs . , , Finance Soviet-y . . . Young llvplllmlic-:1,us Clulm . . . Dunve Cornmittt-0 . . . New Studi-ut VVwk . . . Theta Chi, Sf'l'I'0llll'j'. Gl'lllALD LICROY lSl'lllLlNG . . . iY1llXVtLlllil'C . . . Psychology . . . Tl'Ill1SfC'1' from l'.VV. lVlilw:u1kv1: . . , VVrestliug, NANCY Dlflli l3l'X,'HTl'lOl.D . . . Vivzuiwzttosrx . . . l'lc'ouomiCs . . Kappa Alpha Tlllllil. DONALD J. l5l'ICKlClt . . . Milwztulwe . . . Mm-t'l1:u1ic'z1l lfngineer- ing . . . 71-ll'll,IlSft'l' from lNIilw:ulkc-0 lixtc-usiou . . . Society of Automo- tive l'lIlglllK'Cl'S. Sl'Cl'Ct2ll'VI .'YIllt'l'lt'2lIl Sovix-tv of lYIOi'll!lI1lPill Engi- nes-rs . , . Swenson llolist-, liloocl flll2llI'IlllLI-I, Pulilivity QlllIlll'1HiI-Il? Phi Kappa. Sl-XNDli.'X .lOYCl'f lil'lClil'Ilt . . . lXIlllS'21llli1'0 . . . Medical Tech- nology . . . llillvl Fouuclzntiou. HOVV,'XliD M, lll'Xll'N . . . Dm-lxlvuu . . , l4If'ouo1nics . . , Zeta Beta Tau. JOHN ltOliLlN l5l'liXltD . . . lil'll0Sll2L . . . llistory ,,.. 4 FROTC . . . VViuslow llousv, .Xtlllt-tic' Chz1ir1n:ui: Theta Delta Chi. Yiee Presicleiit. ROGICK .'Xl.l5AN l3lCAl'MON'l' . . . Milwaukee . . . History , . 'l'rz111st'c'r from MllNN'2LIllil't' l'lxtr-usiou , . . Sophomore honors . . Deputy Provost M:u'sh:Llg Provost Corpsg St':l,lllJ2l,I'll QQ lilzucle, JU DY ANN lSl'll'lRl'lNS . . . Owen . . . liussiztu, Spanish, German . . , Sigma Delta Pi, Sec-retatry . . . liussimn Cluh, President: Spanish Cluh: Gerinaun Cluh: luteruzttiourtl Cluh, Sec'ret:n.ry, Publication Assistmit llclitor . . . Luthc-rxiu Slilltlvlll clt'Illl'l' . , . lilizailwth Vvziters Hull. 5- Q ' my 1 - 'mv- . , Q fav . ' ' BENUSA - BIRNBAUM WILLIAM F. BENVSA . . . Arcadia . . . Chemistry . . . Transfer from LaCrosse State . . . Eta Phi Alpha, Viee-President . . . Newman Club . . . ISA, WSA . . . Cross Country .. PhiKappalipsilsoii,Treas- urer. ROBERT T. BEREND . . . VVhitefish Bay . . . Oommeree . . . Daily Cardinal, Business Manager . . . Haresfoot . . . Sigma Chi, Rushing Chairman. PETER E. BERU , . . Onalaska . . . Politieal Seienee . . . Transfer from Laffrosse State . . . Naval Reserve Otlieer Training Corps, F0llll'll Anehor Editor . . . Newman Club . . . Phi Gamma Delta. THOMAS ERIK BERG . . . Onalaska . . . Geology . . . Transfer from LaCrosse State . . . Geology Club . . . Badger Veterans' Organi- zation . . . Newman Club. FRANKLIN THOMAS BERGMANN , . . Madison . . . Medic-ine . . . Wisconsin Student Medieal Assoeiation. JERRY M. BERNHARD . , . Kansas City, Mo .... English . . Phi Eta Sigma . . . l'nion Film Committee . . . VViseonsin Players . . Pi Lambda Phi, C'orr1-sponding Secretary. MARTIN RERNSTEIN . . . Detroit . . . Ameriean Institutions. . . Transfer from Miehigan State . . . IF Couneilg Ilnion Danee Board, Publie Relations Advisor: Parents VVeekend, Publieityg Home- Coming. Publieityg Prom, Publieity Chairman . . . Pi Lambda Phi, Social Chairman. KATHLEEN ANN BERRY . . . Birmingham, Mieh. , . . Ifreneh . . Sigma Epsilon Sigma . . . Gamma Phi Beta. JOHN BESTEIVIAN . . . Milwaukee . . . lVIeehanieal Engineering . . . Cardinal, Board of Control . . . MHA Cabinet: Senior Class Treas- urer . . . Theta Delta Chi. s Q X 'X as 9 Z J' ,iyai 'Wa , ROBERT H. RESTEMAN . . . Wauwatosa . . . Journalism . . . Daily Cardinal, Feature Editor . . . Theta Delta Chi, Corresponding Secretary. CLYDE B. BETHKE . . . Milwaukee . . . Landscape Architecture . . . Alpha Phi Omega . . . Landscape Couneil Ring. JOHN LEO ISETTHAIYSER . . . West Salem . . . Physics . . Physies Club . . . Newman Club. WILLIAM DEAN BEVFRLY . . . Milwaukee . . . Meehanieal Engineering . . . Axneriean Soeiety of Meehanieal Engineers . . . Kappa Sigma. MARY JEAN BEYLER . . . Madison . . . Iilementary Education . . . Transfer from Whitewater State. WINFRED AUGUST BEZELLA . . . Milwaukee . . . Chemical Engineering . . . Transfer from U. of W. Milwaukee . . . Phi Eta Sigma, Tau Beta Pi . .. American Institute of Chemical Engineers . . . Sigma- Phi Epsilong Sports Manager, IF Representative, Vice- President. JANET JOANNE BIIIIYAN . . . Madison . . . Journalism . . . Transfer from Miehigau State Normal College . . . India Association, Joint Seeretary . , . Baptist Student Editor of VVayland News. DONALD G. RIDDISON . . . Appleton . . . English Literature RAYMOND BILES . . . Madison . . . Eeonomies . . . Pershing Rifles . . . Kappa Eta Kappa.: Corresponding Seerc-tary, Rec-ording Seeretary, Treasurer. RUTH ELLEN BIRD . . . Oaklield . . . Home Eeononiies Educa- tion . . . Phi llpsilon Omieron . . . Union House Connnittee. CAROLE ANN RIRKETT . . . Milwaukee . . . Speech . . . VVAA, Ilumorology, Fo-Eds Vlleek Fashion Show, Parents Viveekend . . . Kappa Kappa Ciamma. MARVIN LYLE BIRNBAIIM . . . Blilwaukee . . . M4-dieal Seieiiee . Cardinal Board, Junior Man . . . SLIC Sub-Conunittee, Il" . . . II1llel Fouiidatioil . . . Phi Sigma Deltag President, Vive President. 399 BISCH - BOETTCHER FRED R. BISCH . , . Baraboo . . Food Technology . . . Xational Defense Transpmtation Association . . . 1"oodTeChnology Club . . , Crew , . , Sigma Alpha ldpsilon. KATHRYX LOIS BISICL. . .Nccnali . . . linglish . . . MHA Central Social Corninittcc . . . Baclger Block . . . Campus CILl'IllVlll Dorm- sylvania . . . l'lI'0SllIl1RlIl Oricntation . . . Slichter Hall. Floor Oflicer. CAROL .Xt BLACK . . . llllilllllglltllll, Mich .... Related Art . . . Phi lvpsilon Omicron . . . llclatwl Art Clulm . . . Kappa Alpha Theta, Correspontling Secretary liOBl"llTX Xl'Dlil'Y Bl XDIIOI Nl Ofcltn Dune' lnd History . . . Xcw Stuflcnt Bmw-li, llolnccoming Decorations Com- nnttcv, Prom Lltlllllllllllil lflcctions . . . Dolphins . . . Delta Gannna, Social flllIllI'IIlIlIl. .UCAN lCl,lZABlC'l'll BLASC'll . . . Kenosha . . . lfnglish. . . Trans- fer from Kenosha lixlcnsion . . . Prcslmyterian Church Choir. LYNN P. BLASFII . . . lil'IlOSlItl . . . Geology . . . Transfer from Kenosha lixtcnsion . . , Davicl Schreiner Housc, Board ofDirccto1's. l'IltlCH KARL BLl'K'li . . . Beaver Dain . . . lfinance . . .Finance Society: Connncrcc Turnout, Chairman . . . Marching and Concert Banrls . . . Lzinilnla Chi Alpha. GILBICRT lfllli,T Bl.lCC'lf . . . Beaver Dain . . . lillcctrical lingi- neering . . . American lnstitute ol' l'Ilectrica.l llingineers . . . Lambda Chi Alphag llouse lVl:Lnagcr, Plerlge Trainer. CHAlt.Ll'IS LAWRl'IXCI'I Bl.OlJOl'I'l"l'. , . Park Falls . . . Electrical lflngineering . . . 'llI'2LIlSl-01' l.l'0l1l Michigan College . . . Institute of Raclio l'lIlLI,lIlt'0l'S. .ai Till' ' .1 - :7I5fz:Efl - Q9 400 LEROY .IAMICS BLOHM . . . St'yIIllllll' . . . Dajrylnclustry. . . MHA Central Social Connnittee. MARGARICT lfl. BLOTZ . . . liirlgcway . . . Hoinc lfconomics . . . Transfer from litlgewoocl Collette . . . l'Inthcnics, Blue Shield, ISA . . . Newinan Club. CAROL AXN Bl.OXDOlll" . . . Kenosha . . . liclatecl Art , . . Batlgcr . . . Senior Dolphins, Presiclcnl: Panhel Ball. Puhlicity Chairman, Co-lids VVeek, Posters Co-Cliairinant Orientation lveck Student 'Guimlvi l'nion Puhlic ltclations Corninittee . . . Alpha Gamma Delta, Rushing flll2llI'Ill1lIl. Activities Chairman. GOEFFllliY ICDVYARD BLl'Ml'I , . . Madison . . . Geology , . . Army ROTC Corps of linginecrs , . . GryI11lltLStlf'S, Boxing, Pistol Team . . . Beta Theta Pi. RONALD LIQONARD BLlfST . , . Madison . . , Pharmacy . . . American PlllLI'Il1tLCl'l1'Lll'Il.l Association, Wisconsin Pharmaceutical Society, Wisconsin Pliarniuceutical Association. DOUGLAS C. BOARDMAN . . . Madison . . . Sociology . . . Boss Club. lNlAltCrAlil'fTTA B. BOBO . . . Milwaulice . . , Dance . . . Senior Orehesis. ROBERT VINCENT BOICCK . . . ArV21.lllil'Sl12l, . . . Geology , . . Hoofcrs . . . llnitcll Stumlent l"r-llowship, Vniversity licligious Coun- cil . . . Crew . . . Three Squares. JAMES H. li. BOICHNLIGIN . . . Menasha . . , Mechanical Engi- neering . . . lVlitchell Airmen, Finance Officer . . . American Society of Mecfhanicral lllngineers . . . MHA Chorus .... lones House, Presi- dent, Social Chairman. BARBARA MARIAN BOICSICL . . . Madison . . . Oecupational Therapy . . . Co-llfcls VVeek, lfnion Craft Connnittee, VVSA Book Drive . . . Delta Delta Delta, l1ecorninemlation Chairman, Sponsor Chairman. JOHN P. BOFSICL, JR .... Madison . . . Industrial Managelnent, . . Transfer from University of Kansas . . . Society for the Advance- ment of ,Manage1nent, Vice-President . . . Alpha Kappa Psi, See- retary. VVILLIAM BOETTCHER . . . Rhinelander . . . Electrical Engi- neering . . . Phi Eta Sigma., Eta Kappa Nu, Tau Beta Pi . . . MHA House President's Council, Awards Committee, Loans Committee . . . Gregory House, President. FLINOR BORIAN , . . Racine . . . Flementary Education . . Transfer from Oshkosh State . . . Bayliss House, President, Secre- tary, Vice-C'hairman, Board of Directors. BOB Llili BORNHLETTER . . . Kenosha . . .Applied Art ,... Alpha Delta Sigma, Art Students League . . . Octopus . . . Gallery Con - mittee. YVONNE BORREE . . . Kaukauna . . . Home Economics . . lillizabeth Waters Hall. EDWARD BOR UK . . . Madison . . . Spanish . . . Transfer from North Central College. SUZANNE LOUISE BOSCH . . . Hales Corners ...A - Xpplied Art . . . Pan Hel Ball Decorations Committee. Prom Programs Committee, AWS Co-Eds Week Publicity Committee . . . Alpha Phi, Pledge President, Rushing Chairman, Vice President in charge of Pledge Training. LYMAN F. BOSON . . . Marshfield . . . Light Building . . . Transfer from Eau Claire State . . , Real Estate and Home Builders Associa- tion . . . Conover House Treasurer, Athletic Manager. GERALD HOWARD BOSMAN . . . Sturgeon Bay . . . Pharmacy . . . Transfer from Green Bay Extension . . . VVisconsin Pharmaceuti- cal Society. KENNETH ARTHUR BOUSCHART V. . . Green Bay . . , Flec- trical Engineering , . . Transfer from Green Bay Extension . . . Siebecker House, Social Chairman. ROBERT LYLE BOUVIN . . . River Falls . . . Accounting . . . Alpha Kappa Psi . . . Hoofers Sailing Club . . . Band . . . Lutheran Student Association, Athletic Chairman, Lutheran Student Choir . . . Three Squares Eating Co-op. EARL QUENTIN BOVVERS . . . Milton . . . Electrical Engineer- ing . . . Theta Tau . . .Institute of Radio Engineers . . . Badger Veterans Organization. DANIEL J. BOWMAN . . . LaCrosse . . . Mechanical Engineering. DHWITT FRANCIS BOWMAN . . . Madison . . . Geology. :ss e BOGART - BOW MAN LAURA J. BOGART . . . Manhatten, N. Y .... American Insti- tutions . . . ILS Student Council . . . Students for Democratic Action, Secretary, Vice President, Young Democrats . . . Union Gallery Committee, Wiskits . . . Hampton House, Judicial Com- mittee, Groves Co-op. Judicial Committee, Union House Repre- sentative. LORETTA ANN BOHN . . . VVaukau . . . Elementary Education . . . Transfer from Oshkosh State . . . Wesley Foundation, Council Member . . . Three Squares, Recording Secretary, lNIembership Committee. RODNEY CHARLES BOHN . . . Sturgeon Bay . . . Pharmacy . . . Delta Epsilon, Wisconsin Pharmaceutical Society . . . MHA Vice- President, Cabinet, Commons, Public Relations, Personnel, Fxccu- tive Committees: Dorm Leaderslup Contercnce Workshop Chair- man, Union Public Relations Committee. ROBERT R. BOLIN . . . VVashburn . , . Business Education . . . Humorology, Campus Carnival, Homecoming, MHA Chorus, Freshman Orientation, VVinter Carnival . . . Ochsner House, Ath- letic Chairman, Treasurer. CONSTANCE K. BOLZ . . . Medford . . . Correctional Adminis- tration . . . MHA Public Relations Committee, MNA Loans Com- mittee. RICHARD LOUIS BOMBEG . . . VVest Allis . . . Finance . . . Alpha Kappa Psi, President, Master of Rituals . . . Finance Society . . . Mens Halls Association, Judicial Board Chairman . . . National Defense Transportation Association . . . Mack House. WILLIAM J. BOND . . . VVauwatosa . . . Finanace . . . Society of American Military Engineers . . , Chi Phi. RONALD F. BORCHARDT . . . Racine . . . Medical Science . . . Transfer from Racine Extension . . , Phi Chi. DIANNE FLORENCE BORGWARDT . . . Oshkosh . . . English . . . University Chorus . . . Union Play Circle . . . Barnard Hall, Executive dz Judicial Council. QQ AQ S, s 2 N. 3 gs .. as . S 4, 401 DU' 2 BOXSER - BRINGE LUIS DEBORAH BOXSER . . . Chicago . . . Art liducation . . . l'uiversity Chorus . . . Alpha Epsilon Phi. Social Chairinan. CHARLICS ALFORD BOYD, JR .... Milwaukee . . . Physics . Phi lfta Sigma . . . Theta Chi, Athletic Chairman. .IOANNIQ BOYD . . . Iiau Claire . . . Social VYork . . . Concert Band . . . Barnard Hall, Activities Chairman. LYLIC M. BRAKCICR . . . Green Bay . . . Pharmacy Transfer from Green Bay Iixtension. . . Swimming Team . . , Kappa Psi. ARTIll'R RICHARD BRAMHALI ,... River Forest, lll . . . lfconomics . . . Social Forum. Badger Block Committee. Humor- ology, llf' ftouucil . , . Phi Delta Thetai Social Chairnian, Scholastic C'hairmau. .IANIC .XXX BRANDLICY . , . Geneva . . .Art lifducation. . . Craft Connnittce . . . Pi Beta Phi. Scholarship flll5lll'IYlIlIl. .IOSICPH RICHARD BRANKS . . . Janesville . . . Mechanical linginccring . . , Society of American Military lingineers . . . New- man Club . . . Faville House. CLAltl'lNCl'I RONALD BRASCH . . . Fremont ,... Commerce . . . Marketing Club: Finance Society . . . Commerce Council, . . . Delta Sigma Pi, President. MARGARl'I'l' MARIE BRAUN . . . Pittsville .... A ccounting. NATALII-I BRAPXSTICIX . . . Flushing, N. Y .... Psychology , . . Transfer from l'niversity of Vermont. Boston l'niversity . . . Lake- lawn House. THICODORIQ VV. BRAZICAI' . . . VYiscousiu Rapids . . . Accounting . . . Beta Alpha Psi . . , Newman Club. VVILLIAM MICHM41LI31U:lPINIi . . . Adams . . . Dairy Insustry . . . Alpha Z1-tag Babcock Dairy Science Club, President . . . Bab- cock House. CARL D. BRICHM, .IR .... VVaukesha ,... l-Icouomics . . . Transfer from Purdue l'nivcrsity . . . Newnian Club . . . C'hi Phi. Pledge Trainer. GRACIC ICLIZABICTH BRI-QITIQNBACH . . . Madison . . . Natural Science . . , l'nion Dance Committee: Folk Fiesta, LIU-clltilll'IH2IIl. ROXALD ICARL BRIQITRICK . . . Hortonvillc . . . Insurance . . . Insurance Society, Board of Directors. ROBERT WALTICR BREXNAN . . . Madison . . . Physical Ifduea- tion . . , W Club . . . National Defense Transportational Associa- tion . . . Track . . . Theta Delta Chi. ARTIIIIR IRA BRICXNER . . . lVIilWaulice . . . lCconomics . . . Phi Sigma Delta. l'fLIZABl'I'l'l'l ANN BREXZIEI A... Kaukauua. . . . Pharmacy . . . Sigma Plpsilon Sigma, Mortar Board, Secretary: Crucible, Secre- tary, Rho Chi: Phi Kappa Phi: Eta Kappa Lambda, Vice-President Kappa lfpsilon, 'l'reasurer, President: Vivisconsin Pharmaceutical Society, Secretary: Student Senate . . . Vivonim-n's Iuterhall Council, President . . . St. Paul's Choir . , . Iilizabeth VVatcrs Hall. Vice- Prcsident. President, BARBARA MARLHXIC BRICIQCH . . . Hladison . . . Occupational Therapy . . . Transfer from St. Olaf College . . . Campus Chest, l'nion Craft Committee: Winter Sports WY-ek, Skating: Club . . . Occupational Therapy Club . . . Ifutheran Student Association, Choir. Secretary, Social Service Chairman , . . Pi Beta Phi. ROBICRT G. BRIDGES . . . Des lNIoines . . . Political Science . . . Finance Society, Young Republicans Club . . . Phi Gamma Delta. ALLAN NICAL BRINGE . . . Holmen . . . Dairy Husbandry . . . Blue Shield: President, Student Council: Saddle and Sirloin, Pro- motion and Publicity Chairman . . . Country Magazine, Board of Control, President .... A gricultural Student Council . . . Little International Livestock Show. Publicity Chairman . . . Dairy Cattle Judging Team . . . ISA . . . Lutheran Student Association . . .Bab- cock House. BRKICH - BRUSEWITZ .IOHN M. BRKICII . . . lNfIilwaukee . . . History . . , IIoofer's . Orthoflox Stutlent Fellowship, Viee President. DOROTHY ICLIZABICTH BROCKICTT . . Plainfield. Ill. . , . English . . . AWS Hospitality Committee, Seript Committee Co- Chairmang Human Relations, Student Serviee and Welfare Com- mittee . . . Senior Swingout . . . VVAA Boartlg Hool'er's Riding Cluh . .. Chi Omega. RIISSELI. ARTIIITR BROCKMANN . . . Dousman , . , Chemieal Engineering . . . Pres House Choir . . . Ameriean IIlSfIlIll,00l'flllf'I11l- eal Engineersg Ilf' Chorus . . . Theta Delta Chi, Corresponthng Seeretary. GI,ENDENI'I .IANIS BROCKIVAY . . . Kenosha ..., A pplierl Art . . . Barnarrl Hall, Homer-oming Decoration Chairmang Tri-Dorm Chairman: -IlltllI'l2tl Couneil. GLORIA MAE BROCKVVAY . . , Kenosha . . . Home lieonomies, Relatetl Art ,... Relatecl Art Club . . . Barnartl Hall. .Iutlieiul Couneil. JONATHAN DAVID BRODIE . . . New York, N.Y .... Chemistry . . . I'nion Tournament Committeeg VViseonsin Players . . . Feneing . . . Aeaela, Ziemann House, Viee Presirlent. .f Magazine . . . Newman Club , . . Blue Shieltl. neun. umlsox nnom' . . . Evanston . . . ,xpplit-tl ,tu . . . Inter-I"raternity Count-il . . . Bnai Brith Hillel Founclation, Presi- dent: Vniversity Religious Council . . . Phi Sigma Delta, President, Viee-Presillent, Senior lVIan. House hlanager BARBARA A. BRONOEII . . . Green Bay . . . Spanish Ifldueation 1 . . . Transfer from Green Bay Extension . . St. Paulls Chapel Choir A . . . Spanish Club . . . Barnard Hall, Civil Defense Chairman. ,'t, . MARY .IORICNIC isnoorisxs . . . Bioommqtml . . . iimm- iam- P , nomies Etlueation . , . Transfer from Clarke College . . , Country gl. b Sus - - ', rl! f Ik 49 Q ML f I .,- 2 ALMERA PH YIILIS BROOKS . . . Chieago . . . Soeial VVork . . . WSA . . . ISA . . . St. Francis House, Soeial Committees . . . Groves Womenls Co-operative House, President. V'!, JEROME CIJIFIVORD BROOKS . . . Fox Ilake . . . Psychology . . . I Inter-Varsity . . . Riehardson House, Adams Hall. ig. , ':,. RICHARD WILLIAMS BROOKS . . . Milwaukee , . . Philosophy I . . . Transfer l-F0111 Beloit Collegc . . . The New Iclea. Assoeiate Etlitor . . . Bonn-VViseonsin Committee, Presitlent . . . VViseonsin , ,,.: I Playersg International Club . . . Sigma Alpha Epsilon. ... V ' DANIEL .IIIDE BROIVN . . . Madison . . . Journalism . . . Transfer from Carrol College . . . Alpha Delta Sigma . . . Sigma Phi Epsilon. JAMES LAWRENCE BROWN . . . Wvatertown . . . Eleetrieal Engineering . . . Eta Kappa Nug Sophomore Honors . , . Institute of Radio Engineersg American Institute of Eleetrieal lingineers. JANET D. BROWN . . . Birmingham, Mieh . . . English . , . Delta Gamma. LOREY A. BROWN . . . W'auwatosa . . . Oeeupational Therapy . . Transfer from Ripon College . . . Oeeupational Therapy Club. MARTHA SIIE BROYVN . . . Chicago . . English . . , AVIS Fashion Show, Hostess , . . Villa Maria. Treasurer, President ol' Juclieial Board. ROBERT E. BROWN . . . Oshkosh . . . Labor Management . . . Transfer from Oshkosh State. .. Delta Epsilon, Society for Aclvanee- ment of Management . . . MHA Exeeutive Committee, House Presitlent's Couneil, Finanee Committee Chairman . . . Ifullows House, Presitlent. ROBERT R. BROWN . . . Madison . . . Aeeounting . . . Beta Alpha ' ' Psi . . . Iiambtla Chi Alpha. 2.5 I EDWARD J. n1ufMn14:1z, .In .... Milwtwkt-.1 . . . cl0Illll1l'l'1'0 , . Transfer from Amherst College . . . VVSA Personnel QIOIIIIIIIIIQWQ ' .I w Union Plaeement Committee . . . Chi Psi. V N gh ,:,,,. . D. H. f , . ', E ELAINE CAROL BRVSEVVITZ . . . Green Bay . . . Metlieul Tech- 'i'- y , nology . . . Transfer from Green Bay Extension . . . Calvary Luth- iiii' f X ' ..-- ,:. eran Choir, Program Committee . . . Chadbourne Hall, Sliehter. 5" :QQAV H f X f 5 '-" '-Li-2. 1 f E! f ,. .QV f A ?. I A g' f U I-.. M at Q I ff 'A ii 1 we B599 K is hi, S 'X 2 an E 1 f , 'll 41551 ' gt,,g,SQ wi 'x BUBOLTZ - BURNS THOMAS C. BUBOLTZ . . . Bcave r Dam . . . Political Science . . h Men's Glee Club . . . Delta Epsilon. PETER PAVLOV BUDIC . . . We st Allis . . . Pharmacy . . . Kappa Psi, Social Chairman . . . Scabbard a nd Blade. JOHN ARNOLD BUEGE . . . Milwaukee . . . Chemical Engineer- ing . . . Transfer from University -of VVisconsin-Milwaukee . . . American Institute of Chemical Engineers . . . Chamberlin House. DONALD R. BUETTNER . . . Milwaukee . . . Civil Engineering . . . Transfer from Milwaukee Fxtcnsion . . . Tau Beta Pi, Chi Epsi- lon . . . American Society for Civil Engineering. ROMAN BLAISE BUKOLT . . . Stevens Point . . . Mechanical Engineering . . . Arnold Air Society . . . Society of American Mih- tary Engineers . . . Phi Kappa. RONALD RAYMOND BUKOWSKI . . . Cudahay . . . Chemical Engineering . . , American Institute of Chemical Engineers. WALTER B. BULGRIEN . . . Portage . . , Electrical Engineering . . . American Institute of Electrical Engineers. MARY FRANCES BULLAMORE . . . Kenosha . . . Real Estate . . . Phi Chi Theta , . . Senior Swingoutg Ushers Chairman, Co-eds Week . , . Dolphin Club, Pagent Co-Chairman . . . Barnard Hall, Officer and Executive Council, Chorus. KENNETH GUSTAV BURG . . . Manitowoc . . . Commerce . . . Transfer from Manitowoc Extension . . . Alpha. Kappa Psi . . . Badger Party . . . WSA Prom Promotions 5 Union Public Relations Committeeg Union House Representative, WMHA, MHA Library Committee, Finance Society . . . Delta Tau Delta. PHYLLIS I. BURKART . . . Plymouth . . . Political Science . . . Transfer from Stephens College . . . Union Forum Committee, International Club, French Club . . . United Student Fellowship. LOWELL OSCAR BURKE . . . Converse, Ind .... Physical Medi- cine . . . Transfer from Ball State College . . . Physical Therapy Club. MONEEN M. BURKE . . . West Bend . . . English . . . Alpha Chi Omega. ROBERT GENE BURKE . . . Wauwatosa . . . Mechanical Engi- neering . . . American Welding Society . . . Society .American Military Engineers . . . Fraternity Buyers Co-op Board of Governors . . . Phi Kappa Sigma, Treasurer, Steward, Vice President. EVERETT L. BURKEY . . . Washington, Dff .... Electrical Engineering . . . Inter-Varsity Christain Fellowship. LARRY PAUL BURCKHARDT . . . Mazomanie . . . Commerce . . . YGOPg IF Council . . . Arnold Air Society, Mil Ball Committee . . . Acacia, Social Chairman, President. JOHN PHILLIP BURKHALTER . . . Madison . . . Chemical Engineering .... A merican Institute of Chemical Engineers . . . Alpha Chi Sigma, Secretary. HAROLD SOBEL BURMAN . . . Wilmette, Ill .... Political Science , . . Finance Society, Insurance Society, Badger Block, Hoofersg Humorology . . . Pi Lambda Phi, Executive Council. RONALD S. BURMAN . . . Racine . . . French . . . Transfer from Racine Extension. HARALND R. BURMEISTER . , . Seymour . . . Bacteriology . . . Transfer from Milwaukee Extension. EUGENE JOSEPH BURNS . . . Seymour . . . Mechanical Engineer- ing . . . Phi Eta Sigma, Pi Tau Sigma . , . .American Society of Me- chanical Engineers. THOMAS CALVERT BURNS . . . History . . . Schedersg Psi Epsilon. BURT - CAREY JAMES BYRON BVRT . . . Evanston . . . Economics . . . Macc! Iron Cross . . . Student Senate, Wisconsin IF Association, Secretary, President . . . Chi Psi, Rushing Chairman, Athletic Chairman. DARROLD ALLEN BURZYNSKI . . . Marinette . . . Accounting . . . Transfer from Marinette Extension . . . Salesmanship Clinic. JERROLD LESLIE BUSS . . . Merrill . . . Electrical Engineering . . . Eta Kappa Nu. NORMAN HENRY BUSSE . . . Birchwood ..., 1 Xniinal Husbandry . . . Saddle and Sirloin Club . . . Delta Theta Sigma. LAWRENCE DEAN BUTLER . . . Stamford, Conn .... Econom- ics . . . Finance Society , . . Parents Weekend . . . Sigma Alpha Epsilon. SUSAN PAUL BUTLER . . . Ma.dison . . . Physical Therapy . . . Kappa Kappa Gamma. CECILE K. BUTMAN . . . Green Bay . . . Clothing and Textiles . . . Home Economics High School Day , Humorology, Campus Carnival, Marketing Club, Euthenies, Badger Block . . . Elizabeth Waters Unit I, Personnel Chairman, Vice-President, Chorus. GERALD A. BUTTERFIELD . . . Madison . . . Physical Educa- tion . . . Phi Epsilon Kappa . . . Track. SHERRILL PADDOCK BUTTS . . . Madison . . . Child Develop- ment . . . Transfer from University of Colorado . . . Phi Ifpsilon Omicron . . . Student Senate . . . Union Crafts Committee . . . Gam- ma Phi Beta, Rushing Chairman. RICHARD JAMES CAESAR . . . Kaukauna .... Iournalism . . . Transfer from Menasha Extension . . . Alpha Delta Sigma. GRACE EMILY CALDEN . . . Ripon . . . Art Education . . . Annie Get Your Gun . . . Kappa Kappa Gamma, Art Director, Personnel. KATHRINE L. CALDWELL . . . Dunkirk, Ind .... Speech Cor- rection . . . Mortar Board . . . Badger, Activities Editor, Badger Board, Secretary, President . . . WSA Human Relations Committee, Secretary, Union Placement Committee, SLICQ Humorology Com- mittee . . . Chi Omega, PanHellenic Representative, President. RAY W. CALDWELL. . . Fond du Lac . . . Mechanical Engineer- ing . . . American Society of Mechanical Engineers . . . Wisconsin Engineer . . . WSA Committee, Senior Council, Chairman Senior Week and Convocation . . . Rifle Team . . . Swimming, Gymnastics, Track . . . Beta Theta Pi. ROBERT JOHN CALKINS . . . Madison . . . Electrical Engineer- ing . . . Transfer from Milwaukee Extension . . . Phi Eta Sigma . . . American Institute of Electrical Engineers, Institute of Radio Engineers . . . Frankenburger House. EDWIN THOMAS CALVERT . . . Janesville . . . Pharmacy . . . Wisconsin Pharmaceutical Society . . . Eallows House, President. KAY CALVI . . . Pence . . . Music . . . Sigma Epsilon Sigma, Sigma Alpha Iota, Sophomore High Honors . . . Union Music Committee . . . University Woman's Chorus, A Cappella Choir, University Orchestra . . . Barnard Hall, President. EVAN CAMERON . . . Lincoln, Ill. . . . English . . . Union Person- nel, Public Relations Committees . . . Badger Previews . . . Gamma Phi Beta, President. JANE C. CANFIELD , . . Madison . . . Elementary Education . . . Transfer from University of Colorado . . . Gamma Phi Beta, Sec- rctary. JOSEPH S. CANNESTRA. . . Milwaukee . . . Civil Engineering . . . Transfer from Milwaukee Extension . . . American Society of Civil Engineers, Treasurer, Mu-San, Vice-President. WILLIAM HAMILTON CANTWELL . . . Shawano . . . Zoology . . . Kappa Sigma, ROBERTA A. CAREY . , . Milwaukee . . . English Literature . . . Transfer from Macalester College . . . Pres House, Choir Council. CARLSON - CIKANEK GERALD'J. CARLSON . . . Abbotsford . . . Electrical Engineer- lflg . . I Phi Eta Sigma, Eta Kappa Nu, Tau Beta Pi . . . Engineering Exposition, Radio Publicity Chairman. MICHAEL GARY CARSWELL . . . Wausau . . . Marketing . . . Marketing Club . . . Theta Delta Chi. ANN CARTER . . . LaGrange Park, Illinois . . . Dance . . . Sigma Epsilon Sigma, Phi Kappa Phi, Pi Lambda Theta . . . Orchesis, Vice-President, Physical Education Board, Dance Chairman . . . Alpha Gamma Delta, House President. ARTHUR FRANKLIN CARTER . . . Juda . . . Dairy Husbandry . . . Provost Corps . . . Saddle and Sirloin Club . . . Chamberlin House, Athletic Chairman. MARY SHEILA CASE . . . Williams Bay . . . Speech Education . . . Zeta Phi Eta, President . . . SLIC Subcommittee on Dramatics and Forensics, Chairman . . . Union Theater Committee, Secretary . . . Newman Club, Pax Romana . . . Girl's Athletic Association . . . Radio Hall Players . . . Elizabeth Waters, President, 1300. PATRICKIJOHN CASEY . . . Madison . . . Mechanical Engineer- ing . . . Phi Eta Sigma . . . Air Badger, News Editor . . . Campus Clown, 1956, Homecoming, Publicity Committee . . . Mitchell Airmen, President, Arnold Air Society, President, Joint Military Board, Chairman . . . Crew . . . Lambda Chi Alpha. ROGER M. CASS . . . Madison , . . Medicine . . . Phi Eta Sigma, Sophomore Honors . . . Pres House . . . Hoofers, Union Welfare Committee. MARY ANN CAVANAUGH ..., A ppleton . . . American Insti- tutlons . . . MHA Central Social Committee, MHA Student Con- duct Committee . . . Alpha Chi Omega. JANE CHADWICK . . . Wauwatosa . . . Business Education . . . Sigma Epsilon Sigma, Phi Chi Theta, Publicity Chairman . . . Humorology, Judging Committee . . . Kappa Kappa Gamma, Scholarship Chairman. 406 MARION MAXINE CHAIMSON . . . Wittenberg . . . Elementary Education . . . Wisconsin Education Association . . . AWS, New Student Week . . . University Chorus . . . Hillel Foundation . . . Victoria House, Villa Maria. GWEN YTH D. CHAN DLER . . . Brooklyn . . . Music , . . Transfer from University of Hawaii . . . Sigma Alpha Iota President . . . A Cappella Choir, University Orchestra, Tournament of Song, Chair- man of Sororities Division, AWS, Statemeet Planning Committee, Wisconsin-Bonn Committee, Freshman Week, Student Guide . . . Pi Beta Phi. JEAN MARIE CHAPMAN . . . Portage . . . Occupational Therapy . . . Transfer from La Crosse State College . . . Occupational Therapy Club . . . Newman Club . . . Badger Block , . . Bayliss House, Social Chairman. ALLEN L. CHASE . . . Chicago . . . Sociology . . . Haresfoot . . . Zeta Beta Tau, House Manager. JAMES EDWARD CHERWINKA .... A ntigo . . . Chemical' En- gineering . . . Wisconsin Engineering Magazine, Local Advertising Manager . . . Triangle, President, Steward, Athletic Chairman. THOMAS DAVID CHIKALLA . . . Wauwatosa . . . Metallurgical Engineering . . . American Institute of Metallurgical Engineers American Society for Metals: American F oundryman's Society . . . Badger Block . . . Newman Club . . . Pi Kappa Alpha, Secretary, House Manager, JANET ANN CHLANDA . . . Madison . . . Art Education . Art Students League, Union Dance Committee, Junior Orchesis . . . Newman Club . . . Alpha Xi Delta. LUCILLE A. CHMELA . . . Marinette . . . Journalism . . . Transfer from Marinette Extension . . . Sigma Epsilon Sigma, Theta Sigma Phi, Coranto . . . Daily Cardinal . . . Ketterer House, House Formal Ticket Chairman, ISA Representative. EMERON PETER CHRISTENSEN . . . Pittsville . . . Agricultural Engineering . . . American Society of Agricultural Engineers. JAMES HARLAN CHRISTENSEN . . . Madison . . . Music . . . Phi Mu Alpha, Sinfonia . . . Band Echo Editor . . . Music School Student Council, Concert Band, President, Marching Band, Sym- phony Orchestra, President, Menis Glee Club. ELAINE B. CHUTTER . . . Wellesley, Mass .... Physical Educa- tion . . . Women's Recreational Association, Dolphins . . . Ann Emery Hall, Secretary, President. JEAN MARLENE CIKANEK . . . Janesville . . .'Home Economics . . . Transfer from Whitewater State . . . Euthemcs . . . .Wisconsin County Magazine . . . Calvary Lutheran Student Organization. AN N KRISTIN CLAYTON . . . Milwaukee . . . Oeeupzitionzil Therapy , . . MHA Cabinet . . . Pres House Choir . . . Sliehter Hull, Delta Delta Delta. DAVID WlLLlAlVI CLINE . . . Tomzih . . . Psyehology . . . Stullent Senator . . . Czilvzzry Student Lutherain Student Couneil, President: l'niversity Religious Couneil, President. RICHARD YV. CLOPE . . . Racine . . . Chemienl Engineering . . . Transfer from Rzteine Extension . . . Phi Eta Sigmzi . . , gklilUl'it'Illl institution ot' Chemical Engineers. JOHN E. CLOSE . . . Eztu Claire . . . Music' Erluezition . . . Tr:inst'er from Eau Claire State . . . Alpha Phi Omega . . . Mnrehing Rznicl, Cardinal Band, A Cappella Choir. KENNETH VERNON CLUPPERT . . . Markesam . . . Animal Husbandry . . . Saddle :ind Sirloin Club, Livestock Judging Team . . . VVSA Personnel Committee,Badger Block, Prom Committee . . . Provost Corps . . . Culvztry .Lutheran Student Center . . . Delta Theta Sigma, Athletic Cll2LlI'l1'12LIlQ University YMCA, Seereuiry. PETER BLYTH COBARE . . . Mauiison . . . Eeonomies . . . lnsur- :lnee Society . . . Phi Qillllllllil. Delta. CAROL ANNE COCHRAN . . . Columbus, Ohio . . . Freneh . . . Transfer from Ohio State . . . lfnion Tournament Committee: House Committee, Seeretaryg AVVS Pe1'sonnel Committee, Fashion Show: Orientation Week , . . Pres House Choir . . . Deltzi Gnnnim. JAMES BENZIE COCKROFT . . . Milwaukee . . . Eleetriezil Engineering . . , Transfer from Milwaukee Extension . . . Amerie:u,n institute of Eleetrleul Engineers. STANLEY GORDON COH EN . . . Long Beneh, N, Y .... Psychol- ogy . . . Hillel Eoundnt-ion . . . Phi Epsilon Pi. CAROL S. COHN . . . Milwaukee . . . English . . . Phi Retzi . . . 770 Club, Chziirmzing Rig Dzinee Committee, Clizmirnizin . . . Vie- toriai House: Soeial Clniirm:in, President. EDVVARD LEE COHN . . . VVzLukesh:L , . . Marketing . . . Phi Sigma Delta, Treasurer. .HIDITH A. COHN . . . Gary, lncliunn . . . Speeeh . . . Sigma Alpha Etzi. CLAFLIN - COHN MARY ELIZABETH CLAELIN . . . Wziuwaitoszt . . . Home Eeo- nomies . . . Wiseonsin Country Magazine, Business Maintiger . . . VVSA Root Drive, Committee Chairmzin . . . Hooters Riding Club . . . Euthenies . , . Kzippzi Alph:iThet:1, House Presiclent. BARNES AL CLARK ..,. Xppleton . . . Politieail Seienee . . . l'nion Public Relations Committee, l'nion AllilJtlSS1Ld0l' Program Chain'- mnn, New Student Week Guide . . . Military Poliee, Provost Corps . . . W:1y'l:i11ti Club . , . Deltn Tau Deltng Pleclge Seeretziry, Ser- geant :Lt Arms. CAROL E. CLARK . . , lNI:u'shtielml . . . Speech Correetion . . . Trztnsfer from Lnwrenee College . . . Sigma. Alphn Etzl, Soeizil Cll2l,lI'Il1tI,Il .... A Xlphu phi. JAMES H. CLARK . WYK'f'llllYi't'g2l . . . Poultry . . . Szulflle :intl Sirloin Clubg Poutry Cluh .... Xlphai fillllllllil. Rho. .HHHTH MARTIN CLARK . . . Oshkosh . . . Psyehology . . , Trzins' ter from Conneetieut College for VVomen . . . New Student Week. Transfer Guirlel Human Relations Committee, Aeurleniie Aftnirs, Personnel Committee, Co lfcls VVS-ek Fashion Show: Senior Swing- out, Promotions Committee . . . Kappa Alpha Thein, Song Lezuler. LEAH RAE CLARK .... loliet, lll .... Elementziry Etluexition . . . Prom Queen, 19555 Humorology: Tournament ot' Song: Campus Chest, Publieity Cli'liLlI'I112Hl, Sorority Chiiirninng Campus Czirnivzil, Contest Chtiirmztnq Pan Hel Rall: Senior Swingout: Homeeoming . . . Alpha, Chi Omega: Soeiul clll1i,iI'llltLIl, Rush Cl12lll'lHIlIl. VVILLARD E. CLARK . . . Waukeshrt . . . Mechunieztl Engineering. LOlS ANNE CLAPER, . . . Caledonia . . . Oceiipntiomxl Therzipy . . . Etai Kappa Lznnbdzt, Oeeupzitionzil Therapy Club . . , Eliza- beth VVaters Hzill, President. JEAN MARIE CLAY . . . Spooner . . . English . . . Sophomore Honors . . . lvniteil Student lfellowsliip. 407 NED P. CONSIGN Y . . . Madison . . . Dairy Industry . . . Harcsfoot, Secretary, President, Entertainers Guild, Annie Get Your Gun, A Cappella Choir . . . Theta Delta Chi, Rushing Chairman. Vice- President. THOMAS LEE CONSIGNY . . . Madison . . . Economics . . . W. Club . . . Young Republicans . . . Ilaresfoot Club, Humorology, Entertainers Guild, II" Chorus . . . Track . . . Theta Delta Chi. LYNNE COR.BY . . . Larehmont, N. Y .... Phvsical Education . . . Transfer from Skidmore College . . . Orchesis . P . Villa Maria, Vice President. CONNIE M. CORLETT . . . VVauwatosa . . . Medical Science . . . Eta Kappa Lambda . . . Elizabeth VVaters, Lnit II Vice-President, Committee Coordinator. GERALD D. CORNELL . . . Crystal Lake, Ill .... Journalism . . . Transfer from University of Illinois . . . Sigma Delta Chi, Secretary . . . Daily Cardinal, Assistant Sports Editor . . . Lutheran Student Association, Athletic Director. JOHN CORREZ . . . Kenosha . . . Mechanical Engineering . . American Society of Mechanical Engineers. ROBERT C. COTANCII . . . Fond du Lac ..., - Xnimal Husbandry . . . Saddle and Sirloin Club . .. Gymnastics, Cheerleader . . . Delta Tau Delta. RPTH E. COTTER . . . Waukesha . . . Speech Correction . . . New- man Club . . . Sigma Alpha Eta: ILS Student Council, Secretary, ISA . . . Badger Club, Secretary, Tabard Inn, Social Chairman. HOWARD WOODRUFF COTTRFLI ,... Oshkosh . . . Transfer from Oshkosh State . . . Marketing Club. BETTE RAE COX . . . Madison . . . English . . . Transfer from Mil- waukee State . . . New Idea . . . Assistant Managing Editor . . . Union Directorate, Library Committee, Chairman, Campus Red Cross, Chairman, Students for Stevenson, International Club, New Student Week . . . Sigma Kappa, Rushing Chairman, Cochrane House. .IIIDITH OTTO CRABB . . . Madison . . . Art Education . . . I'nion Directorate . . . Gallery Committee, Chairman, Ifnion Music Com- mittee, Prom, Hoofers: Winter Week, Program Chairman , . .Pi Beta Phi, Pan-Hellenic Council. GARY BOYD CRAWFORD . . . Madison . . . Commerce . . . Transfer from Fau Claire State . . . Pi Kappa Alpha, Vice President. 408 uw it 1 Q Aa! , . jf 'iyy Q.. ,W is--. ' COLE - CRAWFORD JOHN S. COLF, JR .... Skokie, Illinois . . . Political Science . . WSA Travel Committee, Ifnion Film Committee, IF VVork Day Committee . . . VVrestling . . . Chi Psi, Pledge Trainer. .JAMES IIALLFTT COLEMAN . . . Park Falls . . . Insurance . . . Society, Vice President, Commerce Turnout Committee . . . I'ni- versity Marching Band . . . Scabbard and Blade, Nautilus Society . . . Delta Sigma Pi, Treasurer. SIDNEY E. COLLINS . . . VVausau . . . Industrial Management . . . Society for Advancement of Management . . . I'niversity Con- cert Band . . . Theta Chi, Pledge Marshall, THOMAS LEE COMPORT . . . Superior . . . Electrical Engineer- ing . . . Institute of Radio Engineers. PAUL L. CONANT . . . Ripon . . . Botany . . . Phi Eta Sigma . . . United Student Fellowship . . . University of Wisconsin Marching and Concert Bands . . . James House, President, Treasurer. JOHN C. CONE . . . Wausau . . . Industrial Management . . . Transfer from Wausau Extension . . . Society for the Advancement of Management . . . Psi Vpsilon, Treasurer. JAMES MICHAEL CONKLIN . . . Madison . . . Personnel Man- agement . . . Finance Society, Society for the Advancement of Management . . . Delta Tau Delta. BERNARD JOSEPH CONLIN . . . Columbus. . . Dairy Husbandry . . . Blue Shield, President, Saddle and Sirloin, Treasurer, Dairy Cattle Judging Team, Little International Livestock Show, Finan- cial Chairman . . . Collegiate Future Farmers, Wisconsin Country Magazine, Mailing Manager ,.., A griculture Student Council, Secretary . . . Babcock House, Treasurer, Historian. RUTH I. CONNEY . . . VVinnetka . . . English . . . Badger, Sales- man . . . AWS Co-Eds Week, Senior Swingout, Ifnion House Com- mittee, Badger Block, Hoofcr's Riding Club . . . Langdon Hall, Social Chairman. -....' . -ul A ,L IQQIL . ... as - 345 JE -is-1 '51 Q , g CRUZ - DEAN OLIVIA L. T. CRVZ . . . Agana. Guam . . , Chemistry . . . Baptist Student Center . . . Orientation lVeeli. CAROI. LYNN CVLLEN . . . Iona City . . . Musie Fdueation . . . Transfer l'rom Carleton College . . . VVomen's Chorus, A Cappella Choir . . . Gamma Phi Beta, Song Cliairinan. JACK P. CIILP . . . liurlington . . . Civil Engineering. MARY .L CTl'RRYER . . . Milwaukee . , . Speeeh . . , Pres House, Publieity Committee . . . Elizabeth Waters Ilall. CAROL K. DAHNKE . . . Middleton . . . Music Edueation . . . Sigma Alpha Iota. MARY KATHERINE DAHNKE . . . Porterfield . . . Medieal Teehnology . . Transfer from Marinette Extension. RICHARD OVERTON DALBEY. . . Roehester, N. Y .... Geol- ogy . . . Transfer from lfniversity of Virgzinia . . . Geology Club . . . WSA Travel Committee Chairman. Haresfoot Club, Humorology . . . Chi Psi. HUGH ALAN DALES . . . Sheboygan . . . Finance . . . Transfer from Lawrenee College . . . Finanee Soeiety. G. DOUGLAS DALTON . . . Wisconsin Rapids . . . English . . . Transfer from Baylor University. 43 Q t . an , nf I.. I tw-A-'P' -:-:' ' . 035 MILAN DAMJANOVICII . . . Milwaukee . . . Eleetrieal Engi- neering . . . Transfer from ltlilwaukee Extension . . . American Institute of Eleetrieal Engineering. JACK ROBERT DANELSKI . . . Green Bay . . . English . . . Trans- fer from Green Bay Extension. JEROME PARRY DANIELS . . . VVauwatosa . . . Speeeh . . . Dorm Public Relations Committee, Seeretaryg Dorm Radio Club, IVMIIA ltfanager . , . Botkin House, Public Relations Chairman. MARY A. DARROW . , . Dubuque, Ia .... History . . . Transfer from Rosary College . . . Badger . . . Newman Club . . . Delta Zeta. BARBARA LOUISE DAVIDSON . . . VVauwatosa . . . Elementary Education . . . Pi Lambda Theta . . . Kappa Kappa Gamma. DARYL FRANK DAVIDSON . . . Madison . . . Electrical Engineer- ing, Commerce . . . American Institute of Electrical Engineering, Nlarketlng Club. JAMES L, DAVIS . . . Manitowoe . . . Eleetrieal Engineering . . . American Institute of Eleetrieal Engineers, Engineering Exposition Program, Committe and Exhibitor . . . Orientation Student. Guide . . . Sigma Phi, President. JAMES O DAVIS . . . IN'Iarinette . . . Alarketing . . . Transfer frorn Marinette Extension , . . Delta Sigma Pi. RORERT C. DAVVN . . . Madison . . . Chemical PlIlIZlllt'C'l'lllQ.f . . . Transfer from Lowell Tet-hnologieal Institute . . . .A1110l'll'tlIl Institute ot' Chemical Engineers . . . Chinese Student Association. PATTI A. DAWSON . . . Janesville . . . Primary Edueation . . . Dorm Union Representative, University Chorus, Ilumorology, Campus Carnival, Campus Chest, Tournament of Song, Pan Ilel Chorus, Orientation Week Guide . . . Alpha Chi Omega, Pledge President, Assistant Pledge Trainer. DENNIS MOORE DAY . . . Madison . . . Economies . . . Swimmin,fzg Team . . . Chi Psi, Soeial Chairman. DAVID ALLEN DEAN . . . Seandinavia . . . Journalism . . . Trans- fer from Luther College . . . Sigma Delta Chi, President . . . Daily Cardinal, Photography Editor . . . Marehing Band . . . Lutheran Student Association. Public Relations Director, Choir . . Gym- nasties. 409 DEAN - DOCTER NANCY ANN DEAN . . . Amery , . . Child Development . . . Dorm- sylvania, Humorology, Campus Carnival, Badger Block, Winter Week, Badger Olympics, WMHA. VIRGINIA Ii. DEDRICKS . . . Manitowoc . . . Home Economics . . . Phi-Upsilon Omicron: Omicron Nu, Sophomore Honorsg Sigma Delta P1 . Badger . . . MHA, Central Social Committee, Cabaret Dence.Chairmang Union Usher, Union Dance Committee, WMHA Publicity Director, New Student Week .... A lpha Xi Delta. ADA ELIZABETH DEER . . . Keshena . . . Social Work . . . Youth Advisory Board and Young Adult Board ofthe Governor's Com- mission on Human Rights . . . Wisconsin Union Directorate: Union House Committee . . .Presbyterian Student Center, Deacon . . . In- ternational Club, President. MARK A. DEES . . . Cedar Grove . . . Chemistry. JOHN V. DEFENDERFER . . . Green Bay . . . Geography . . . Transfer from Green Bay Extension . . . YMCA, Cabinet, Film Committee, ISA, Film Committee . . . YMCA, Secretary. BETTY L. DEHAAN . . . McFarland . . . Dietetics . . . Transfer from Stout State College . . . Euthenics . . . Newman Club. CLARENCE WILLIAM DEKARSKE . . . Sheboygan . . . Elec- trical Engineering. EDWARD ARTHUR DEKKER . . . Rhinelander . . . Mechanical Engineering .... A merican Society of Mechanical Engineers, S0- ciety of Automotive Engineers . . . Wesley Foundation, Finance Secretary. RAYMOND ROBERT JOHN DELAAT . . . Kenosha . . . Chemi- cal Engineering . . . Phi Eta Sigma, Tau Beta Pi .... A merican Insti- tute of Chemical Engineers. MARY ELLEN A. DEMET . . . Milwaukee . . . Speech . . . Transfer from University of Alabama . . . Zeta Phi Eta . . . Newman Club . . . Pi Beta Phi. FRED H. DEVINNEY . . . Columbus . . . Commerce . . . Market- ing Club . . . Haresfoot Club, Union Placement Committee . . . Provost Corps . . . Chi Psi. JIJDITH LUCRETIA DHWESE . . . Bowling Green, Ohio . . . Medical Technology . . . Sigma Epsilon Sigma, Phi Kappa Phi . . . Alpha Delta Theta . . . Pres House Choir, Choir Council . . . Union House Committee, Freshman Guide, Homecoming Show, Coed's Week, Senior Swingout, Parents Weekend . . . PanHel-IF Chorus . . . Alpha Gamma Delta, Treasurer. DEAN ARTHIIR DEXTER . , . Madison . . . Civil Engineering . . . Transfer from VVhitewater State College. LEOPOLD DICKER . . . Milwaukee. . . Economics ...I A rnold Air Society . , . Alpha Epsilon Pi. HAROLD ARTHUR DICKEY . . . Madison .... A nimal Hus- bandry. NAOMI ELEANOR DIEDERICH . . . Oregon . . . Elementary Education. WAYNE DIESTLER . , . Janesville . . . Mechanical Engineering. MARY SUE DILLIARD . . . Collinsville, Ill .... History . . . Union News Bureau . . . Chi Omega, Secretary. CAROL J. DINKEL . . . Chippewa Falls . . . English and American Institutions . . . Octopus . . . Forensic Union . . . Rushing Counselor . . . Alpha Chi Omega. DAVID P. DIXON . . . Milwaukee . . . Metallurgical Engineering . . . Transfer from Milwaukee Extension . . . Mining and Metal- lurgy Club, American Foundrymen's Society . . . MHA Central Social Committee . . . Swenson House, Vice President. THOMAS JOSEPH DOCTER . . . Green Bay . . . American Insti- tutions . . . Transfer from Oshkosh State . . . Botkin House, Social Chairman g Noyes House, House President. DOERING - DYBEVIK SHARON MAE DOERING . . . Iiaukauna Biology... Education JAMES BYRON DONIQLE ..,. lancsville . . . INR-dicinc . . . Union Committee . . . Iicta Theta Pi. JAMES ARNOLD DORR . . , VVauwatosa . . . Medical Science . . Transfer from I7 VV Milwaukee . . . Swenson House, President. GRIFFIN GERALD DOR,SCHl'fl ,,.. Madison . . . Economies . . . Phi Eta Sigma. EDWIN FRANCIS DORZESKI .... Xntigo . . . Pharinacy . . . Transfer from St. Norbert's College . . . Wisconsin Pharmaceutical Association. PHILIP WILLIAM DRAJESKE . . . Milwaukee . . . Cheinieal Engineering . . . Transfer troni Milwaukee . . . American Institute of Chemical Engineersg Badger Auto Club .... Xlpha Chi Sigma. WALTER H. DREW . , . Neenah .... Xnierican Institutions . . . Naval ROTC . . . Sigma Chig Secretary, Rushing Co-Chairnian. EDMUND MICHAEL DROZD . . . Stanley . . . Soils . . . IIVV. Soils and Crops Club. ROBERT DUCKERT . . . VVaterloo . . . Economic. JACK CALVIN DUDLEY . . . Racine . . . iVIec-hanical Engineering . . . Transfer from Racine Extension . . . Pi Tau Sigma, Phi Eta Sigma . . , Swenson House, Henry House. DENNIS HOWARD DIIEBNER . . . INIanitowoc . . . Marketing . . . Marketing Club . . . Real Estate and Light Building Associa- tion . . . IF Association, House Representative, Public Relations Committee . . . 1955 Prom Queen Candidate Campaign Manager . . . Theta Delta Chi. ROBERT LAVVRENCE DUESCHER . . . Wrightstown . . . Pharmacy . . . Wisconsin Pharmaceutical Society . . . Turner House, Treasurerg Kappa Psi. PAMELA MARY DENHAM . . . Longvalley, New Jersey . . . Dance . . . Orchesisg Union Gallery Connnittce . . . Kappa Alpha Theta, President. KAY ELIZABETH DUN LOP . . . West Bend . . . Speech Correc- tion . . . Sigma Alpha Eta .... 1 Xlpha Chi Omega. JOHN HORTON DUNN . . . Madison ..., Xinerican Institutions . . . Football . . . Psi Upsilon, IVIARY BURNS DERFEE . . . Vlfashington, D.C .... English . . . Student Senateg Senior Council: l'nion lforuni Connnitteeg Prom Elections Committeeg Badger Previews: Pan-Hellenic Council, Chorus . . . University Religious Council, Vice President . . , Delta Delta Delta. RACHAEL C. DLROCHER . . . Two ltivers . . . Home Economics Education . . . Euthenics . . . Newman Club. VVILLIAINI .IOHN DLRSPEK . . . Spooner . . . Electrical Engi- neering . . . Transfer from Superior State . . . Eta Kappa Nu, Ameri- can Institute of Electrical Engineers . . . ROTC Signal Corps . . . Three Squares Club. SALLY ANN DLSSALLT , . . Land O'Lakcs . . . Eleinentary Education . . . Sigma Epsilon Signing Sophomore Honors . . . VVo- men's Inter-hall Council . . . Schcdcrs . . , Elizabeth Waters lfnit IV President: Delta Delta Delta. CHARLES THOMAS DUVALL, JR .,.. Milwaukee . . . Political Science . . . MHA Cabinet . . . Pershing Rifles . . , YGOP. STANLEY R. DYBEVIK . . . Brodhead . . . Horticulture . . Transfer from Whitewater State. EBBE - EMANS JEAN LOIS EBBE . . . Marshfield . . . Art . . . Sophomore Honors. WILBUR A. EBEL . . . Milwaukee . . . Mechanical Engineering . . . Transfer from U W Milwaukee . . . Pi Tau Sigma . . . American Society of Mechanical Engineers, Society of Automotive Engineers. BRUCE PAUL EBERT . . . Sheboygan . . . Mechanical Engineer- ing . . . Air Badger ..., A rnold Air Society , . . Society of Automotive Engineers, American Society of Mechanical Engineers . . . Lambda Chi Alpha. JANE ETTA EBERT . . . Goodman . . . Music . . . Sigma Alpha Iota, Treasurer . . . Wesley Foundation Choir . . . Tournament of Song, A Cappella Choir . . . Slichter Hall, Chorus. CLARA HELEN ECKER . . . Chilton . . . Home Economics . . . Euthenics . . . Newman Club . . . Home Economics High School Day, Home Economics Style Show, Badger Block. DANIEL FRANK ECKOLDT . . . Wauwatosa . . . Marketing . . . Marketing Club . . . Mens Halls Store, President . . . Turner House, Vice President, Secretary. NANCY R. EDWARDS . . . Streator, Ill .... Physical Therapy . . . WSA Public Relations Bureau . . . Union Library Committee . . . Physical Therapy Club. YVILLIAM E. EDWARDS . . . Waupaca . . . Agricultural Econom- ics ..., A g Econ Society . . . YGOP . . . Spooner House. PETER JAMES EGELHOF . . . La Crosse . . . Economics . . . Transfer from La Crosse State . . . Newman Club. RITA RUTH EHLE . . . Eagle River . . . Sociology . . . Transfer from Northland College . . . Coronto, Treasurer . . . Daily Cardinal , Wiscetiquette, Editor . . . YWCA. JOAN BERNICE EHLERS . . . Fort Atkinson . . . Elementary Education . . . Scheders . . . New Student Week Guide, MHA Central Social Committee . . . Chi Omega. THOMAS C. EHLERT . . . Milwaukee . . , Chemistry . . . Transfer from Milwaukee. JOHN WALTER ELDER . . . Stevens Point . . . Physics . . . Trans- fer from Stevens Point. WAYNE H. ELLAND . . . Blair . . . Electrical Engineering . . . Institute of Radio Engineers, American Institute of Electrical Engineers . . . Three Squares Club. CRAWFORD MARVIN ELLIS . . . Delavan . . . Mechanical Engineering . . . Society of .American Military Engineers . . . Tau Kappa Epsilon. NANCY LEE ELLIS . . . Lancaster . . . Music Education . . . Sigma Alpha Iota, Recording Secretary . . . Student Senate, SLIC, Music Chairman . . . Music School Student Council, Secretary, University Orchestra, Secretary . . . Chi Omega, Personnel Chairman. DAWN ELMER . . . Monticello . . . Vocal Education . . . Sigma Alpha Iota, Editor .... A Cappella Choir, Women's Chorus, Band . . , Evangelical and Reformed Church Choir . . . Slichter Hall, Music Director. HENRY DONALD ELSTER . . . Lead, South Dakota . . . Eco- nomics . . . Transfer from University of South Dakota . . . Finance Society . . . Delta Tau Delta. ROBERT LEE ELTON . . . Faribault, Minn .... Chemical Engi- neering . . . Tau Beta Pi, Phi Eta Sigma, Phi Kappa Phi . . . HWis- consin Engineer," Department Editor . . . University Marching Band, Concert Band . . . Lutheran Student Association, Music Chairman, Vice President Lutheran Student Choir. JOANN ELIZABETH ELY . . . Evanston, Illinois . . . Elementary Education . . . Sigma Epsilon Sigma . . . WSA Public Relations, Secretary . . . Ifnion Theater Usher . . . Pres House, Choir, Choir Council . . . Pan-Hcl Prom Promotions, Prom Promotions . . . Langdon Hall, Social Co-Chairman, Gamma Phi Beta, House Representative, Assistant Rushing Chairman. ROBERT L. EMANS . . . Eau Claire . . . Elementary Education Transfer from Lawrence College . . . Scheders . . . Scabbard and Blade, Army Transportation Corps, National Defense Transporta- tion Association . . . Sigma Phi Epsilong President, Pledge Trainer, Campus Carnival, Turner House, Scholarship Chairman. EMANUEL - FALK THOMAS JAMES EMANLIEL . . . Milwaukee . . . Economics. MARY A. EMERY . , . Lombard, Ill .... English . . . 1955 Prom Court . . . Delta. Gamma. GERALD S ENGEI . . Chica o . . Atcountin f . . lim ta G-tnnn-L X. A . A . , 'g . ' ' , Q., . 'f 1 - Sigma: Beta Alpha Psi: Phi Eta Sigma: Sophomore Honors . . . Daily Cardinal, Assistant Office Manager . . . Union Theater l'sher . . . National Defense Transportation Association . . . l'lI'l'Sllllltl,ll Fencing Letterman . . . Phi Sigma Delta, Steward. KAREN DOROTHY ENGEL . . . Merrill . . . Medical Technology . . . Transfer from VVausau Extension . . . Alpha Delta Theta, Ilis- torian. VVILLIAINI DALE ENGEL . . . Amherst . . . Electrical Engineer- ing . . . Transfer from Stevens Point. JOHN CLIFFORD ENOESVVICK . . , Sheboygan . . . Mechanical Engineering. . . Society of American Military Engincersg Americans Society of Mechanical Engineers: Society of Automotive Engineers . . . Alpha Delta Phi, Vice-President: Bashford House, Tripp Hall Committees. INORMA KNEEVERS ENGESVVICK . . . Sheboygan . . . Elemen- tary Education . . . Sehedersg MWHAg Library Staff: Men's llalls Committees. RICHARD DALE ENGLISH . . . Merrill . . . Economics . . . Finance Society, Insurance Society . . . Lambda Chi Alpha. ARNOLD Al'Gl'ST ENNEPER . . , Brillion . . . Mechanical Engineering . , . Pi Tau Sigma, Second Vice President . . . Society of Automotive Engineers, American Society of IVIeehanical lfn- gincers. STUART ADOLPH ERISE . . . Racine . . . Mining Engineering . . . Transfer from Racine Extension . . . Mining and Metallurgy Club . . . Men's Halls Association Cabinet . . . Lutheran Student Choir . . . Vilas House: President, Vice-President. ISABEL JANICE ERICHSEN . . . Mukwonago . . . Elementary Eductation . . . Sigma Alpha Iota, Alumni Secretary: Pi Lambda Theta: Scheders . . . VVSA, Human Relations: Young Democrats: AWS Senior Swingout Union Usher: Ifnion Social Forum: House Committee, Wisconsin Players Chorus t'Annie Get Your Gun." . . . Channing Club . . . University Chorus: Ifniversity Orchestra: PLLl'6l1tlS VVeekend, House Committee: New Student Wt-twk, Badger Block: Co-Ed's VVeck Hospitality: Tournament of Song, Dorm Chairman, Campus Carnival: Humorologyg Prom Queen Candi- date: Pan Hel-IE Chorus, Barnard Hall Chorus: Barnard Hall Executive Council, Ereslnnan Representative: Tri-Dorm Formal: Mother's Weekend . . . Barnard Hall: Chi Omega. DELMA BONITA ERICKSON . . . Milwaukee . . .Elementary Education . . . Sigma Alpha Iota: Wisconsin Education, Scheders Association . . . Presbyterian Student Center, Choir, Scheders Choir Council . . . Senior Swingout. ETHEL MAE ERICKSON . . . Wvhitehall . . . Occupational Ther- apy . . . Transfer from North Park College . . . Occupational Ther- apy Club . . . Wayland Club . . . Badger Block . . . Zoc Bayliss House, Vice-President. MARIAN MAE ERICKSOIN . . . Madison . . . Home Economics Education . . . Euthenics Club . . , Pres Student Center, Deacon . . . Barnard, Assistant AWS Representative. JOHN THOMAS ERICKSON . . . Madison . . . Agricultural Engineering . . . American Society of Agricultural Engineers . . . Ivniversity Presbyterian Church ..,. A lpha Gamma Rho, RAYMOND LEO ERIKSON . . . Eagle . . . Bacteriology . . . Men's Halls Association: Athletic Committee, Student Conduct Committee Cabinet- . . . Winslow House, Athletic Connnittee. DIANE NI. ESCH . . . Chicago . . . Related Art , . . Related Art Club, Secretary . . . I'nion Craft Committee . . . Rushing Counselor . . . Delta Zeta: Pledge President, Social Chairman. CAROL JEAN EVENSON . . . Madison . . . Elementary Educa- tion . . . LSA: Choir, Social Service Chairman . . . l'nion Crafts Committee: New Student VVeek, Guide: YVVCA, Freshman Camp Counselor, Executive Council: Dolphin Club, Numbers Chairman: Womtrns Athletic Association . . . Delta Delta Delta, Recording Secretary. ININA EUSEPI ...A - Xrlington, Virginia .... ' Anthropology . . . National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, S0f'l'0f2H'YS Folk Arts, President . . . Groves W'omen's Co-operative, President: Green Lantern, Vice President. MARY ANN FAHL . . . Sheboygan . . , Occupational Therapy . . Occupational Therapy Club, Vice President, President ,... AWS Coed Week. RIISSELL VVILLIAM FALK . . . Eau Claire . . . lV1arketing , . . Transfer from Eau Cl-:ire State Marketin Club Phi Si ma 1 ., i ft t n 1 . . . 1 g . . . n K Ixappa, Secretary. .. Q99-S ts N . .tvs , ie " 'Q .IUDITH ANN FICRGICN . . . Madison . . . Child Development . . . Occupational Therapy Club . . . liadger . , . I'nion Dance Com- mittee, Badger Iiloek. CAROLIC BARBARA FFRIQICI. . . . Milwaukee . . . Speech . . . Transfer from VVS' Milwaukee . . . Sigma Alpha Iita, Vice President . . . Barnard Hall. Rl'SSl'I I Cl'Y l'l'RRIS Iiililltlllliltl' Xceountin Muir, -z g... National Defense Transportation Association . . . Kappa Sigma GICNIC Fll'fl,A . . . Kaukauna . . . History. BLRTON J. FIICLD . . . Chicago .... Accounting . . Insurance Society . . , Pi Lambda Phi. MARILYN NANCY FIFARICK . . Marinette . . . Social VVork . . . Transfer from Marinette lixtension . . . Lniversity Chorus. JERRY ALLICN FINl'l . . . Milwaukee ..., ' Xceounting . . . Beta Alpha Psi . . . National Defense Transportation Association . . . Alpha. Epsilon Pi, President. ROBERT DARRYL FIRNHAISICR . . . VVauwatosa. . . Speech . . . Student Senate, Chairman: Student Life and Interests Committee Forensics and Dramaties: Wisconsin Players, Badger Previews: New Student Week Guide . . . Sigma Chi, Rushing Chairman, Social Chairman, Pledge Trainer. CHARLICS MILTON FISCHICR . . , Lake Mills .... A eeounting . . . Phi Eta. Sigma . . . Beta Alpha Psi . . . Sophomore Honors , . . IIS. Army . . . 1956 Rig Ten Rowling Tournament. NEIL BERNARD FISCIIICR .. . Chicago. . . Finance . . . Finance Society, Marketing Club, Insurance Society . . . Pi Lambda Phi. SHARRON LOI' FISHER . . . Tomah . . . Occupational Therapy . . . Dolphin Club. Occupational Therapy Club . . . Barnard Hall. DAVID A. FISHICR . . . VVhitf-water . . . Bacteriology . . . Transfer from River Falls State . . . Babcock Dairy Science Club, Food Technology Club, Dairy Products Judging Team . . . Lutheran Student Association . . . Baseball . . . Delta Theta Sigma, Cardinal House. 414 FALKENRATH - FISHER, D. MARY ANN FALKENRATH . . . Racine . . . Elementary Fduca- tion . . . AWS Publicity Committee . . . Pre-Views . . . Senior Swing- out, Invitations Committee . , . Freshman Orientation, Guide . . . P1 Beta Phi, Rushing Chairman. DICNNIS FRANKLIN FANSCALI . . . Janesville . . . Medical Science . . . Transt'er from Rutgers l'niversity . . . Cardinal House Representative. ANTHONY .IAMICS FARRICLL . . . liaukauna. . . . Mechanical linglneering .,.. A Xmeriean Society of Mechanical Engineers . . . Newman Club . . . Lambda Chi Alpha. MARGARET liLl'ITZll'IN FAUBICR . . . Manitowoc . . . History. FRANKLIN DICLANO FAUST . . . Kaukauna . . . Marketing . . . Transfer from Oshkosh State College . . . Marketing Club . . . Lambda Chi Alpha, Treasurer. Slfll Fl'ICHHl'llMI'lR . . . Detroit . . . Math .... Badger:',Cardinal, Assistant Society liditor . . . VVSA Public Relations, Cnion Dance Committee, Coeds VVeek. Pan-Hel Ball, Parents Vveekend, Home- coming , . . Langdon Manor, President, Social Chairman, Alpha. lipsilon Phi, Columns liditor. RONALD TR,lfMAN FILLLAND . . . Stoughton . . . Accounting . . . Transfer from Milton College. OWEN L. FICLTON . . . Sheboygan . . . Medical Science . . . Three Squares ICat.n1gvCo-op .... Sailing Club, Yiee Commodore . . . Slide Rule House, l,nion Ilouse Representative, House President. RONALD GICORGIC FIGNSKIG . . . Milwaukee . . . Mechanical Iflngineering . . . Transfer from UW Milwaukee, Tau,Beta Pi, Pi Tau Sigma . . , American Society of Mechanical 1011gineers,hSociety of Automotive lCngineers. FISHER, E. - FREYTAG FDVVARD CHARI FS FISHFR . . Su merior . . . Hleetrieal Iingi- . , A . . . t 1 neering . . . Transfer from Superior State. SHIRLEY LORRAINIC FITZSIMONDS . . . Wauwatosa . . . Chemistry . . .Sophomore Honors ..., A Xineriean Chemieal Soeiety, Soeial Chairman. Vnion Representative. IAUVERN LICSTIGR FLATEN . . . Onalaska . . . Geology . . . Transfer from l.:i Crosse State . . . Geology Cluli . . . Badger Vet- erans Organization. FREDICRICK M. FLICFRY . . . Madison . . . Aeeounting. . . Band Drum Majorg Glee Clulr, Treasurerg Haresfoot ,... Alpha Tau Omega, President. DONALD I. FLYNN . . . Madison . . . lilectrieal Engineering . . . Ameriean Institute of llleetrieal lCngineers. DAVID H. FORBES . . . Monroe . . . Finance . . . Phi Eta Sigma: Sophomore Honors: Iron Cross . . . Student Senate . . . Distinguished Military Cadet . . . Golf, Captaing VV Club, President . . .Beta Theta Pi, Treasurer. NORMA J. FORDHAM . . . Madison . . . Home Economies . . . Transfer from Sullins College , . . Phi Fpsilon Omieron . . . Baptist Student Center. Seeretary . . . liuthenies Club. IRENIG MARGFINIRITIC FORMAN . . . Brooklyn, New York . . . Freneh . . . Ilniversity Chorusg Freneh Clulu, See. . .. Willisiii House Couneil. PHIl,l.lP LAVVRI-INCIC FORRIGSTER . . . Dothan, Alabama . . . ltleonomies . . . Transfer from Alabama Polyteehnic: Institute . . . National Defense Transportation Assoeiation, President: .loint Military Board . . . Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Secretary. 2 Ei A A A 1 X Q . ..-- 3 ia la 3 5 . i i ii . i ,..' " , , -i EQgJ"5'., A:,,,: ' 5 - iilii . , fi g p il . P A,,, Vzlv .I Y rui, ..:,.,,:? 2 3' its ig ' I L CHARLES YVIIALIAM FORSRERG . . . Madison . . . lNIt-elianieal Engineering, Industrial Management . . . Phi Iota Sigma: Soeiety for the Advaneenient, of Management, President, Treasurerg Amer- iean Soeiety of Meehanieal Engineers . . . Society of American Military lCngineers . . . Finanee Soeiety, Yiee-President: 1955 lingineering lixposition, Honorable Mention . . . Delta Tau Delta, Vice-President. GORDON ROBERT FORTNEY . . . Viroqua . . . lileetrieal Fugi- neering ...A A Xmeriean Institute ot' lfleetrieal llngineers . . . Lambda Chi Alpha. AFRREY ROMI'II,LOI'S FOYVLICR. JR .... Neenah . . . Com- nieree . . . Delta Sigma Rho, Vive President. President: Alpha Kappa Psi, Master of Rituals . . . VViseonsin Forensies Fnion, Pulmlieity Chairman. JOAN JANIC FRANCIS . . . Beloit . . . Soeial Wol'li . . . Transfer from Ripon College . . . lfllizabeth VVaters, Campus Carnival Fnit Chairman. Gl'IRAl.D ARTHFR FRANGQFIST . . . Green Bay . . . Politieal Seienee . . . Transfer from Green Ray Fxtension . . . Wisconsin Student .ASSO1'lZitlOIl, Independent Students Association. RICSSIF FRANK . . . Madison . . . Russian, CHARLFS PAI'l. FRANK . . . Milwaukee . . . Iinglish . . . Fnion Music' Connnittee, Concert Series Manager. .IAMICS LOWICLI. FRAZER . . . Stanley , . . Marketing . . . Trans- fer from VVausau . . . Marketing Clulm . . . Conover House, President: Maek House, President. I'Il'Gl'INl'I FREDICRICKSON . . . Milwaukee . . . Chemieal Iingi- neering . . . Transfer from VNV. Milwaukee . . . Soeiety of American Military Fngineers, Treasurer, Mil Ball, Chairman Reception and Invitation Committee . . . Tau Kappa lfpsilon. President. SHICILA MAE FRICIDICN . . . LaCrosse . . . Physieal Medieine . . . Physieal Therapy Club . . . Elizalmeth VVaterS, Floor Chairman. PICTHR RICHARD FRICFND . . . Vlfauwatosa . . . Food Teeh- nology , . . Food Teehnology Club .... A grieulture Student Council: Men's Hall Assoeiation, Chairman, Edueation and Scholarship Committee. JOAN ELIZABETH FREYTAG . . . w7illi2LllIS Bay . . . Applied Art .... A WS Co-Fds Week, Produetion Committee: Humorology, Program Committee . . . Delta Gamma: Vice President, Pledge Trainer. 415 FRIDAY - GASH GRETCHEN FRIDAY . . . New Richmond . . . Elementary Fmlu- cation ..., A nn Emory, .Iuclic-ial Chairman . . . Gamma Phi Beta, Vice President, Social Chairman. NATALIE FRANCES FRIEDMAN . . . Ilibbing, Minn. . . . Recreation Leadership . . . Little International Show, Hoofer's, Canoe Club . . . Norris Hall, Civil Defense Chairman. VVILLIAM E. FRINK . . . Rloomer . . . Accounting . . . Transfer from Eau Claire State . . , VW Band . . . Kappa Sigma. .IACK EIIGENE FRISCH . . . Green Ray . . . Comparative Litera- ture . . . Pni Eta Sigma .... A Xthenean Literary Society . . . New Iclea, Literary Magazine . . . VVisf'onsin Players: Thetrae Conimitteeg Entertainers Guild. PATRICIA LOUISE FRITSCH . . . Wauwatosa . . . lilf-inentary Education . . . Kappa Alpha Theta, Corresponding Sec-ret,aryg Vice Presirlent. BARBARA ANN FRITZ . . . Milwaukee .... A Xrt Iicluvation . . . Student Guitleg Art Stuflents League: Badger Block . . . Sr. Dolphins . . . Delta Delta Delta, Recoinnicndatious Chairman. HENRY C. FIILLER . . . Milwaukee . . . Geology . . . Acacia. ROGER II. FULLER . . . LaCrosse . . . History . . . Transfer from Marquette . . . Daily Cardinal, Film Critic , , . Shows-rnian House, Publicity Director, Scholastic Chairman, Historian. MARILYN GAIL l"l'LLERTON . . . Freeport, Ill .... Compara- tive Lite-rature . . . Sigma Epsilon Sigma, Crucible, Phi Kappa Phi . . . Student Senator. . .Cardinal Roarcl of Control. Secretary, and Presiflent, VVSA, Personnel Comniittee, Homecoming Rall, Chairman, SLIC Sub Committee on Publications . . . Gamma Phi Rc-ta, Activities Chairman. ALICE ANN GAEDTKE . . . VVausau . . . Speern . . . Transfer from Waiisziii Extension . . . Zeta Phi Eta, Vive Prcsiclentg Sched- ers . . . Dorm Leach-rsliip COIli.Cl'0Ill'0 . . . Wisconsin Players, Treas- X is qw LII'Cl'I Senior Swingout Narrator . . . Pres House Choir . . , VVhite 'S if House, President. 1-'g CHARLES BENJAMIN GAITIIER . . . Muskego . . . E1'onomic's . . Track . . . Mack House, Athletic Chairman. A li P is J l WILLIAM J. GALLAGHER . . . Madison . . . Speech . . . Transfer NN A NS from Lovas College . . . Student Announcer, WHA. Q I' JOHN RICHARD GALLAND . . . Milwaukee . . . Zoology . . . Transfer from Milwaukee Extension Division . . . LaFollette House. ALBERT ARTHUR GALOVICH . . . Milwaukee . . . Meeliariical Engineering . . . Transfer from VW Milwaukee . . . Anierim-an So- ciety of Mechanical Engineers . . . Showerman House. MARION GALWAY . . . Milwaukee . . , Physics. THOMAS ARTHIIR GAMSKY , . . Wauwatosa . . . Economics . . . -Q 'AH 416 I 2 'E i g 3 I 'Q S P 35 Transier from Manitowoc Extension . . . Raclger Veterans Organiza- tion. .IOSE C. GAN . . . Madison . . . Pharmacy , . . International Club . . . Waylanil Club. EUGENE EDWARD GANGSTAD . . . Deerfield . . . Light Build- ing . . . Real Estate and Home Building Association . . . Alpha Chi Rho. RUTH IC. GARVENS . . . VVauwatosa ,... Musir' . . . Transfer from lieloit College . . . Union Music Committee . . . Badger Bm-auty,1955 . . . Pi Beta Phig Social Chairman, Vice President. PATRICIA AERA GARVIQR . . . Dover, Ohio . . . English . . . Transfer from Bowling Green State I'nive-rsity . . . Delta Gamma. SHELDON DAVID GASH . . . Milwaukee . . . Economics . . . Transfer from I'W Milwaukee . . . Phi Sigma D1-ltag IF Representa- tive, Treasurer, Vice President. .id 'if ' 2' . . - I A . 'I N' T , ': '.-. fi ' ,I .sg.t.sg,-, -,S fn - .gk .gk za sv, -wf--f-'-. M , if r GEORGE HERALD GERLER . . . Oconto . . . Mathematics . . T1'ansfer from Marquette l'niversity. THOMAS MARTIN GERMANSON . . . Madison . . . Civil Engi- I10QI'iI1g . . . Transfer from Milwaukee Extension . . , Chi Epsilon: Scabbard and Blade . . , Society of American Military Engineersg Corps of Engineers, ROTC Graduate . . . Newman Club . . . Ameri- can Society of Civil Engineers. JULIANA MARTHA GERRITS . . . Green Bay . . . Secondary Education . . . Transfer from Green Bay Extension . . . Sigma Epsi- lon Sigma, Sophomore Honors . . . Chadbourne Hall, Secretary. JOHN C. GERSETH . . . Madison . . . Dairy Husbandry . . . Transfer from Milwaukee Extension . . . Saddle and Sirloin Club, NICK GERSHON . . . Chicago . . . Accounting . . . Military Ball . . . VVinter VVeek3 Badger Block: Huniorologyg Campus Carnival . . . Crew . . . Zeta Beta Tau. MARY HELEN GIBERT . . . Madison . . . Elementary Educa- tion , . . Union Open House, General Chairman, Summer 1956, New Student Week Dessert, Commons Committee . . . Delta Zeta, Social Chairman. CHRIS PETER GICAS . . . Milwaukee . . . International Relations . . . Transfer from EW Milwaukee . . . Greek Orthodox Youth Association . . . German Club, President, International Club. JANICE JEAN GlDDlNGS . . . Elkhorn . . . Political Science , . . Transfer from Northwestern . . . Young Democrats, International Club, National Association for the Advancement of Colored! People . . Hodag House, President, Vice Presidentg Badger Club, Execu- tive Council. SALLY ANN GIESE . . . Racine . . . Medical Technology . . . Alpha Delta Theta. CAROLYN MAE GIESSEL . . . Freeport, Ill .... Home Econom- ics . . . Sigma Epsilon Sigma, Phi Upsilon Omicron, Phi Kappa Phi. Omicron Nu, Mortar Board, Sophomore High Honors. Mary Lesh Baldwin Award, Borden Award . . . AWS Judicial Board, Fund Drive, Ag Home Ec. Council, President . . . Badger . . . Band: Wisconsin Players: Homecoming Ball: Prom: Humorology Central Planning Commiteeeg Delta Zeta: Assistant Treasurer, President. OLGERTS E. GHJS . . . Madison . . . Light Building Industry . . . Transfer from ltlilwaukee Extension . . . Phi Eta Sigma . . SIDNEY B. GILMAN . . . Paterson, N. J. . . . Economics . . Badger Block: Finance Society . . . Zeta Beta Tau, Treasurer. GAUSEWITZ - GILMAN VIRGINIA GAESEWITZ , . . Cross Plains . . . Elementary Educa- tion . . . Pi Lambda Theta . . . Scheders: National Education Asso- ciation: VVisconsin Education Associationg German Club, Treas- urer , . . Gamma Phi Beta. JAMES ANTHON Y GAWRONSKI . . . Milwaukee . . . Business Teacher Education . . . Transfer from Milwaukee Extension. NANCY JOAN GAYHART . . . VVabena . . . Hospital Dietetics . . . Transfer from Central State College, Stevens Point ..., Xlpha Sigma Alpha. Jl'LE LOU GEHRIG . . . Medford . . . Acturial Science . . . In- surance Society, Board of Directors . . . MHA Finance Society. ANDREW JOSEPH GEIGER . . . Milwaukee . . . Zoology . . Transfer from EW Milwaukee SALLY GENTILE . . . Hurley . . . Spanish . . . Sigma Delta Pi . . . Spanish-Portuguese Club . . . Wornen's Chorus Vice President, Librarian . . . Alpha Gamma Delta, Prom Queen Candidate, 1955. DONALD CHARLES GERHARD . . . Milwaukee . . . Landscape Design . . . Transfer from Marquette . . . Landscape Council Ring. Vice President . , . Rifle Team . . . Alpha Chi Rho, President, Secretary, Social Chairman. THOMAS ALLAN GERING . . . Milwaukee . . . Psychology . . . Transfer from Concordia Junior College . . . Calvary Lutheran Student Chapel,Chairman of Ushering Group . . . Theta Delta Chi. LAVALGHN RAE GERLAND . . . Rice Lake . . . Physical Edu- cation . . . lfnion House Committee . . .Women's Recreational Asso- ciation, Board: Physical Education Club . . . Elizabeth Waters: gait Treasurer, Dorm Art Chairman, Pi Peta Phi, Corresponding Secretary. 417 GITT INS - GRANGAARD DOROTHY JANF GITTINS . , . Milwaukee . . . Freneh . . . Trans- fer from I'W Milwaukee . . . Danskellar Committee, Badger Bloek . . . Freneh Clulo. GICRALD JON GJICRMIINDSON . . . Wittenberg . . . Itlleetrieal Iilngineering . . . Transfer from River Falls State ..., A meriean Institute of Iileetrieal Engineering . . . YMCA, Lutheran Student Association. Treasurer. NANCY I.OI'ISE GLANTZ . . . River Forest, Ill .... V Applied Art ...A ' Xlpha Phi, Song I.eader, Soeial Chairman, Pan Hel Repre- sentative, Humorology, Campus Chest Committee Chairman. CIilCIIiIiI'l F. GLASSNER . . . Fort Lee, N.J .... History . . . WSA Scholarship Committee, WSA Human Relations Committee, Viee Chairmanq Union Forum Committee, Senior Council, Union Soeial Forumg Wisconsin Previews . . . Langdon Manor, Treasurer, Presi- dent. JOHN FRANCIS GLONCHAK . . . Superior . . . Meehanical Engi- neering . . . Transfer from Superior State College and Stout Insti- tute . . . American Society of Meehanieal Engineers. .IOHN JACOB GOELTZICR , . . Milwaukee . . . History. ROBERT C. GOEMANS . . . Appleton . . . Physieal Education . . . Phi Itfpsilon Kappa . . . Basketball . . . Delta Sigma Pi. PATRICIA A. GOETZ . . . Marshfield .... A eeounting . . . Sigma Iipsilon Sigma, Sophomore Honors . . . Phi Chi Theta. . . A Cappella Choir . , . MHA Ifll'll1C'2lti0Il and Seholarship Committee . . . Sliehter Hall, Treasurer. PAI'L NORTON GOHDICS . . . lidgar . . . Medieine . . . Religious Chairman, Lutheran Student Assoeiation . . . House Homecoming Chairman. ALLICN HICRBERT GOLDSMITH , . . Milwaukee . . . Marketing . . . VV Club . . . Crew .... A lpha lfpsilon Pi, Reeording Seribe. MARVIN S. GOLDSMITII . . . Iieonomies . . . Badger Fquiplnent Chairman: Humorology, Publieity Chairman, Campus Carnival, Promotions Committee, New Student Week Guide. Planning Committee . . . Zeta Beta Tau, President, Viee President, Steward FRED HOWARD GOLDSTEIN . . . Chieago . . . Pharmaey . . . VVisc-onsin Pharmaceutical Soeiety . . . II" Committee . . . Pi Lambda Phi. RONALD WILLIAM GOLLHARDT . . . Milwaukee . . . Iflleetrieal Engineering . . .Alpha Phi Omega .... A meriean Institute of Itllee- trieal Engineers, Institute of Radio Engineers . . . New Student Week, Group Leader . . . MHA Cabinet Representative, Chorus . . . WMHA Radio Station . . . Kappa I'lta Kappa. CAROL ANN GONBING . . . West Bend . . . Physieal Medieino . . . Physieal Therapy Club . . . Moek l'N Conference . . . Barnard Hall. DONALD CONRAD GOSTOMSKI . . . Milwaukee . . . Civil Ifngineering . . . Transfer from l'VV Milwaukee .... A meriean Soeiety of Cheinieal Iingineers, Society ot' Student Engineers . . . Newman Club . . . Lambda Chi Alpha, House Manager. BARBARA JEAN GOIILD . . . Randolph . . . Elementary Itlduea- tion . . .llnion Commons Committee . . . Kappa Delta. THOMAS JOHN GRADIC . . . Nashotah .... A Xrt Iidueation . . . Transfer from IIVV Milwaukee. GLICNN VVILLIAM GRAMINSKIC . . . VVausau . . . History . . . Transfer from VVausau Extension . . . MHA Chorus . . . VVinslow House, Athletie Chairman. Gl'lORGl'l lfl. GRAMLING . . . Oeonomowoe , . . Dairy l'Iusbandry . . . Newman Club . . . Badger Veteranls Organization , . . Saddle and Sirloin Club, Dairy .lurlgiug Team. PATRICIA ANN GRAMS . . . LaCrosse . . . Oeeupational Therapy . . . Transfer from Mount Mary College. DONNA LIIIC GRANGAARD .... Appleton . . . Oeeupational Therapy . . . Transfer from Mount Mary College. GRAUEL - GROSSMAN BARBARA LOVISE GRAYEI ,... Bcloit .... A pplicd Art . . . Transfcr from B4-loit Collcgt- . . , VVisconsin Playcrs, I'nion Gall:-ry . . . Dc-Ita Gannna: Elizabt-th VVatcrs. Exccutive Council. Art Chairman. GORDON ROBERT GRAVEICN . . . Wausau . . . Economics. BEVERLY JEAN GRAYES . . . Burlington . . . Clothing and Tcx- tilcs . . , Iloinc Economics Iligh School Day. DAVID N. GRAY . . . Ripon . . . Mt-dical Scicncc . . . Phi Eta Sigma . , . .loncs Housc, S1-crt-tary. BETTY-FAYE GREEN . . . .Iancsvillo . . . Correctional Adminis- tration . . . 'I'ranstcr from Bcloit College . . . Administration Club Recording Secretary . . . Entcrtaincr Guild, Campus Chest . . . Alpha Gamma Delta, Altruistic Chairman. HOWARD GREEN . . . Milwaukcc . . . Pharmacy . . , Pharmacy School Magazine, Editor . , . Pharmacy Council, Wisconsin Pharma- ceutical Socicty . . . Kappa Psi. ROBERT WELSLEY GREEN , . . Milwaukee . . . Public Utilitics and Transportation . . . Transfcr from UVV Milwaukec . . .Alpha Kappa Psi . . . Financc Sociotyg Transportation Club . . . Sailing Club. GERALD MYRON GREICNBITRG . . . Kenosha . . . Economics . . Financc Socicty . . . Zcta Bcta Tau, Sccrctary. DAVID LEROY GREENI"lELD . . . Bloomington . . . Spf-cch . . . VVHA Playa-rs . . . Thrcc Squarcs Eating Coop . . . VVcslcy Founda- tion . . . I'nivt-rsity YMCA. MARION ALICE GREENVVOOD . . . Park Ridge, Ill .... Markct- in T1 LllSI:il from Ri mon Colltgc Phi Chi Thcta . . . Markct- g... -: 5 . sf-... , ing Club . . . YGOP. AWS . . . Hoofcrs Riding Club. DANIEL GREGG . . Clcvclantl Hcights, Ohio . . . Finvncc . . Baseball . . . Pi Lambda Phi. THOMAS JOIIN GRlESI'rAC,Q'H .... A pplcton . . . Markcting . . . Alpha Kappa Psi . . . lndt-pm-ndcnt Studcnt Association . . . Ncwman C lub. THOMAS TIIEODORE GRIMSTAD . . . Mziclisori . . . American Institutions . . . Socicty for thc Advanccmcnt of Managt-rncnt . . . Vliisconsin Studcnt Association, Indcpcndcnt Student Association. ANNE MARIE GROMMI1' . . . Milwaukee . . . Occupational Thcr- apy . , . Union Crafts Connnittcc: Wisconsin Prcvicwsi Iinion Directorateg WSA Scholarship Committee-g Occupational Therapy Club: International Club . . , Alpha Gamma Delta. ROY OWEN GROMME . . . Milwaukee . . . Natural Science . . , Hoofcrs Canoc and Skiing C lubs . . . Badgcr Block. Instruction Card Coinmittcc , . . Delta Tau Dclta. GORDON LYLE GROSENICK . . . Mayville . . . Finance and Banking. JAMES GARTH GR,OSliLAl'S . . . Madison . . . Industrial Man- agcmcnt . . . Society for Aclvanccnic-nt of Managcmcnt . . . Football. ROGER. LOUIS GROSSEL . . . Eaglc R.ivcr . . . Electrical Engi- neering . . . Trasnfcr from Marque-ttc . . IF Rushing Committcu Chairman . . . Chi Phi: Plcdgc Prcsidt-nt, Rushing Chairman, Vict- Prt-siclcnt. PI't'SllIC'Ili. l.OI'lSE GROSSMAN . , . Brooklyn. Nt-W York . . . History . . . Phi Kappa Phi, Mortar lioartl. Sophomore Honors . . . Studcnt Scnator: SLK' CO-cIIl2llI'll1tlIl of C'onnnittct- on Living Conditions and llygit-nc. l.t-aguv oi' Wonu-n Votc-rs, Indcpcndc-nt Studi-nt Association . , . l'nion Library Connnittcc . . . Badgcr Prc-Yicws . . , Junior Orcht-sis. , . Grow-s Co-Op. i'o-Ordinator: Ort-cn Lantt-rn Eating Co-Op. RICHARD PARKER GROSSMAN . . . hlilwaukce , . . Economics . . . Insurance- Socit-ty. Financc Socit-ty . . . Campus Red Cross: Prcsidt-nt, Studt-nt Advisor . . . Young Rcpublicans . . . Humorology . . . Chi Psig Vicc Prcsidcnt. Ilf' Rcprvscntativc. RONALD EARL GROSSMAN . . . Milwaukcc . . . History . . . YYIIA Announccr . . . Pi Lainbfla Phi, Intcrfratcriiity Rcprcscnta- tivc. mtl' Sm- R? GROTE - HAGNER THOMAS WILLIAM GROTE . . . Reedsburg . . . Economics. . . lnsurance Society, Finance Society, Marketing Club . . . Theta Delta Chi. JERRY WAYNE GROUT . . . Waukesha . . . Economics . . .Union Public Relations Committee, New Student Week: Prom . . . Rifle Team, Captain . . . Delta Tau Delta. CARMEN WALTER GRVETZMACHER . . . Port Edwards . . . Light Building . . . Transfer from lfniversity of Minnesota . . . American Institute of Architects: Real Estate and Light Building Club. GAIL GRLNER. . . . Watertown . . . English . . . Homecoming Ball, Decorations Co-Chairman, Pan-Hel Rushing Counselor . . . Alpha Gamma Delta, Corresponding Secretary. RUBY ELLEN GUDES . . . Brooklyn, N.Y .,.. Art History . . Gallery Committee . . . Italian Club. RICHARD CHARLES GITELDNER . . . Spring Valley . . . Chem- istry . . . Transfer from River Falls State . . . Badger Block . . Alpha Chi Sigma. JAMES BRUCE GIYENTHER . . . Stratford . . . Pharmacy . . Transfer from St. Norberts College , . . Rho Chi . . . Kappa Psi. DONALD HENRY GUNDERSON . . . Wayzata, Minn .... Labor Management . . . Union Darkroom Committee . . . lnsurance Society . . . Nautilus Society, Secrcrtary-Treasurer, Navy Ball, Treasurer: Nlil Ball Committee . . . Delta Sigma Pi, Vice President. DIANNE KAY GUN ELL . . . Merrill . . . Speech . . . Transfer from Wausau Extension . . . Zeta Phi Eta, Senior Dolphins: Women's Athletic Association . . . Wisconsin Forensic Enion: Associated Women Students Publicity Committee . . . Lutheran Student Asso- ciation Choir . . . Elizabeth VVaters Hall: Library Chairman, Com- mittee Co-ordinator. Executive Council. DAVID ROBERT GVSTAFSON , . . Clinton . . . Electrical Engi- neering . . . Transfer from North Park College . . . Eta Kappa Nu . . . lntcr-Varsity Christian Fellowship, Wayland Club . . . Wrestling. RENEE GUTEN . . . Milwaukee . . . Social Work . . . Transfer from UW Milwaukee . . . Young Democrats . . . Enion Theater llsherg Badger Block: Big Sister Program. CARL ARWIN GVTENBERGER . . . Sheboygan .... Xgriculture . . . Saddle and Sirloin, 4-H Blue Shield, Crops and Soils, Vice- Presidentg Agricultural Student Council .... - Xlpha Gamma Rho, Crescent Editor. SANDRA MARY GUTH , . . Fond du Lac . . . Occupational Therapy . . . Transfer from Lawrence College . . . Humorology, Badger Block, Campus Carnival, Ice Review . . . Occupational Therapy Club . . . Kappa Delta. PAUL ALFRED HAACK . . . Madison . . . Music , . . Phi Eta Sigma, Treasurer . . . Music School Council, Vice President . . . U. W. Band, Section Leader. HAROLD HOWARD HAAK . . . Madison . . . Political Science . . . Phi Eta Sigma, Phi Kappa Phi, Phi Beta Kappa. ROBERT ARTHUR HABERSTROH . . . Wauwatosa . . . Physics . . , PhifBeta Kappa, Phi Eta Sigma, Phi Kappa Phi, Pi Mu Epsilon, Sophomore High Honors . . . Sigma Phi Epsilon, President, Rushing Chairman. HAR,RlETTE G. HAELIG . . . Chicago . . . Chemistry . . . Crucible . . . New Student Week Guide Co-Chairman . . . Parents Weekend Committee Secretary . . . Pan-Hel Counseling Chairman . . . Humor- ology Promotions Chairman . . . Union Placement Committee . . . Kappa Delta, Treasurer. WAYNE GEORGE HAGEN . . . Milwaukee . . . Geology . , . Alpha Chi Rho, ARTHUR HERMAN HACKENDAHL . . . Milwaukee. . . Phar- macy . . . Phi Eta Sigma: Rho Chi . . . Interfraternity Council . . . Wisconsin Pharmaceutical Association . . . Tennis . . . . Kappa Psig Kappa Sigma. THOMAS KARL HAGENE . . . Oshkosh . . . Biological Aspects of Conversation . . . Transfer from Oshkosh State. LAWRENCE REDOLPH HAGNER . . . Racine . . . Mechanical Engineering . . . Transfer from St. Lawrence College . . , American Society of Mechanical Engineers. HAHN - HANSEN, J. DONALD DALE HAHN. . . Madison . . . Finance , . . Transfer from Whitewater State . . . Finance Society . . . Badger Block . . . Baseball. EDWARD HENRY HAINES . . . Hallstead, Pennsylvania . . . Chemical Engineering . . . Transfer from Purdue . . . Skull and 'Cres- centg American Institute of Chemical Engineers .... A lpha Ixappa Lamhda, Vice-President. JUDITH KATHRYIN HAKE .... Ianesville . . . Elementary Edu- cation . . . Associated Vvomen Students, Personnel Committee . . . Schedersg Pledge President's Council . . . Alpha Phi, Social Chair- man, Secretary Campus Carnival. PAIIL ALTON HAKER . . . West Allis . . . Journalism Advertising . . . Transfer from Milwaukee Extension . . . Phi Eta Sigma . . . Sophomore Honors . . .David Schreiner Co-operative Dormitory, Board of Directors, Floor Chairman. ROBERT S. HALE . . . Brookfield, Ill .... Speech . . . Transfer from Lyons Township Junior College . . . Summer Cardinal . . . Young Republicans . . . Calvary Student Center . . . Entertainers Guild . . . Hooters . . . WHA, WHA-TV. . . Badger Block . . . New Student Week . . . Pi Kappa Alpha. WILLIAM JAMES HALEY. . . Big Island, Virginia . . . Economics . . . Transfer from University of Akron . . . Arnold Air Society . . . Theta Chi, Pledge Marshall. JAMES THEODORE HALL . . . Madison . . . Electrical Engineer- ing . . . American Institute of Electrical Engineers. JILL BEATRICIQ HALL . . . VVilmette, Ill ..., Psychology . . . Transfer from Carleton College . . . Hoofers . . . Pi Beta Phi. PAULA LEE HALLER . . . Ann Arhor, Mich .... American Insti- tutions . . . Crucible . . . Badger Board. Secretary: Badger, Living Units Editor . . . VVSA Personnel Committee: lfnion Pulmlic Relations Committee, Union Crafts Committee, Prom Central Committee, 19575 Wisconsin Previews, SLIC, Publications Committee . . . Gamma Phi Beta. DAVID BRUCE HALLING . . . Rice Lake . . . Political Science . . . Wisconsin Players . . . Sigma Chi, Historian, Secretary. HOWARD KENNETH HALVORSON . . . Madison , . . Political Science. GRETCHEN KAY HAMAR . . . Houghton, Mich .... Occupa- tional Therapy . . . VVisconsin Previews ..., ' XWS Personnel Com- mittee . . . St. Francis House, Altar Guild Chairman . . . Fnion Theater l'sher. Craft Committee, Public Relations Committee, Placement Committee ..., A VVS Coed's VVeek. Speakers and Dis- play Committee . . . Pan-Hel Rushing Counselor . . . Occupational Therapy Cluh, Secretary . . . Badger Block . . . Alpha Xi Delta, Activity Chairman, Campus Carnival Chairman. NANCY DEAL HAMILL . . . Charleston, W. Va .... Political Science . . . Badger . . . University Chorus . . . Pres House . . . Sigma Kappa, Secretary. DONALD FREDERICK HAMILTON . . . Madison . . . Physical Therapy . . . Physical Therapy Cluh . . . ROTC RiHe Team . . . Varsity Rifle Team, Captain. VVILLIAM ARCHIE HAMMANN . . . lNIilwaukee . . . Finance . . . Transfer from Milwaukee . . . Society for the Advancement of Management, Insurance Society . . .Young Republicans Club . . . Swenson House. MARY ANN HAND . . . Madison , . . Commerce . . . Phi Chi Theta. Secretary . . . Pan-Hel Assistant Summer Rushing Chairman . . . Alph Phi, House President, Assistant Rushing Chairman. JOSEPH BURNS HANDFYSIDE . . . Iileho . . . Pharmacy . . Wisconsin Pharmaceutical Society. DAVID LEE HANNON . . . Racine . . . Electrical Engineering . . . Transfer from Racine Fxtension . . . Tau Beta Pi, President: Phi Ixappa Phi, Iita Kappa Nu, Phi Iita Sigma , . . Institute of Radio Engineers . . . Hooters Riding Clulm . . . Badger Veterans Organi- zation. DEAN P. HANSEN . . . Elroy . . , Commerce . . . Delta Sigma Pi, Athletic Chairman. FRED GILLINGHAM HANSEN Madison . . . Civil Engineer- ing . . . American Society of Civil IflllglllCl'I'S. JIILIC ANN HANSEN . . . Racine . . . Math. . . Transfer from Ra- cine . . . Scheders. sg-Q! 'QE- "lf use . -fill? gl .S . - i f i': Xt , '1 , X as-32 fi., . ,Q ...-. , 5 . .., -ex -W ,J my :. , A .fliaiaif 'I 421 s E BARBARA JEAN HARRIS . . . Madison . . . Psychology . . . Bethany Methodist Choir . . . International Club. BELLE HUDSON HARRIS . . . Madison . . . Natural Science . . Transfer from University of Michigan . . . Sigma Epsilon Sigma . . . Women's Athletic Association . . . Hoofer Ski Club. .IAMES H. HARRIS . . . Patch Grove , . . Electrical Engineering . . . Transfer from Platteville State College . . . Institute of Radio Engineers, American Institute of Electric-rl Engineers. SUZANNE D. HARRIS . . . Chicago . . . English . . . Sophomore Honors . . . Daily Cardinal . . . Union Music Committee: Enter- tainer's Guild Studio Play, Union Open House, Theater Chairman . . . Prom Promotions Committee, Pan-Hellenic Ball, Skit Promo- tions Chairmang I-Iumorology . . . Villa Maria: Alpha Epsilon Phi, Editor, Humorology Chairman, Campus Carnival, Skit Chairman. PETER T. HARSTAD . . . Watertown . . . History . . . Transfer from Bethany College. " JANE M. HARTIG . . . Greenbush . . . Physical Education . . . Homecoming Promotions, Humorologyg University Chorus: Badger Block, Physical Education Club, Program Chairman. Publicity Chairman ..., A lpha Chi Omega, Intramural Manager. DAVID PETER. HARTMANN . . . Mayville . . . Flectrical En- gineering . . . Eta Kappa Nu, Vice-President: Sophomore Honors . . . Polygon Board, Secretary, Society of American Military Engi- neersg American Institute of Electrical Engineers . . . Newman Club . . . 419 Club, President. GLENN JOSEPH HARTIING . . . Platteville ,... A ccounting . . Transfer from Platteville State College . . . Newman Club. HERBERT H. HARVVOOD . . . Racine . . . Finance . . . Transt'er from Racine Extension. MAX RVETGER HASCHE . . . Bogota, Columbia . . . Dairy Husbandry . . . Transfer from Louisiana State . . . Corps and Soils Clubg Treasurer, Saddle and Sirloin Club .... A lpha Gannna Rho, Vice President. BARBARA L. HASE . . . Vivauwatosa . . . Related Art . . . Transfer from Iowa State. LEE RADON HASPL . . . hladison . . . Economics . . . Interna- tional Club. 422 HANSEN, K. - HASPL KAREN L. HANSEN . . . Rhinelander . . . Social Work. NORBERT FRED HANSEN . . . Bangor . . . Animal Husbandry . . . Scabbard dz Blade . . . Society ol' Mitchell Airmen, Captain N572 Arnold Air Society , . . Newman Club . . . Blue Shield, 4-H Club: Saddle 81 Sirloin, Little International Chairman 1957 . . , Delta Theta Sigma, Vice President. NORMAN E. HANSEN . . . Madison . . . Natural Science . Fencing .... A cacia, Rushing Chairman. ROGER DAYTON HANSON . . . LaCrosse . . . Marketing . . . Transfer from LaCrosse State College . . . Society for Advance- ment of Management, Marketing Club . . . Chamberlain House. .IEROME RUSSELL HANSON . . , Hudson . . . Medicine . . . Phi Chi . . . Mens Hall Public Relations Committee . . . Lutheran Stu- dent Association . . . Ochsner House. SIISAN KINSLEY HANSON . . . Evanston . . . Physical Educa- tion . . . Physical Education Club, Representative, Secretary, Pub- licity . . . Senior Dolphins . . . Women's Athletic Association . . . AWS Committee. ANNE MARIE HARDER. . . Madison . . . Home Economics . . Phi Upsilon Omicron, Social Chairman . . . Euthenics Club . . Calvary Student Council. FREDERIC KENNETH HARPT . . . Marinette . . . Chemistry . . . Transfer from Marinette Extension . . . Baptist Student Cen- ter . . . Winslow House. MARY ALICE HARRINGTON . . Oshkosh . . . Home Economies . . . Phi Upsilon Omicron, Professional Panhcllenie Delegateg Mortar Board . . . AWS Presidentg Student Senateg Student Life dz Interests Committee . . . Ifnited States Fellowship, Secretary .... A WS Coed's Week, Finance Chairman . . . Home Economics Banquet, Program Chairman . . . Senior Class Council . . . Delta Zeta, Activities Chair- man. Pledge Trainer. .gh , as 1. tzz xiz N I as HASS - HELSKE KENDALL HAAS . . . River Falls . . . Pharmacy . . . Transfer from River Falls State College . . . Kappa Psi, Wisconsin Pharmaceutical Society . . . Congregational Couplets Club .... A cacia. .JEROME CHARLES HAIIKE . . . Milwaukee . . . Civil Engineer- ing . . . Sophomore Honors, Chi Epsilon . . . American Society of Civil Engineers . . . Folk Fiesta Committee . . . Boxing. KARSTEN A. HACGFN . . . Madison .... - Xrt ..., - Xlpha Chi Rho. JOHN GEORGE HAl'SER ,... Milwaukee . . . Electrical Engi- neering . . . Transfer from Milwaukee . . . Institute of Radio Engi- neers Magazine, Polygon Board, Representative . . . American Institute of Electrical Engineers, Institute of Radio Engineers . , . St. Paul's Choir . . . Kappa Eta Kappa, Libra1'ian, IWen's Hall's Association, Chorus. ANNE B. HAWKINS . . . Poughkeepsie, N.Y .... Comparative Literature . . . Transfer from Racine Extension . . . The New Idea . . . MHA Library Committee, Union Theater Committee, Wiscon- in Players . . . Willison House, House Council. QCINN LIBERT HAWLEY . . . Green Bay . . . Philosophy . . . Transfer from Lawrence College . . . Ilnited Student Fellowship, Publicity Chairman . . . Noyes House, Social Chairman. BEVERLY JEANINE HAYNE . . . Milwaukee . . . Social Work . . . Wisconsin Players, Theater I'sher, 770 Club, Dance Committee, Folk Fiesta, Chairman, Badger Block . . . Dorm Judicial Council, Homecoming, Ivnion House Representative. JOAN BELLE HAYS . . . Indianapolis . . . Speech . . . Phi Beta, His- torian . . . Cardinal Drama Critic . . . National Collegiate Players, Secretary, Treasurer, Wisconsin Players, Production Counsel, Theatre Board, Union Theatre Committee, Radio Hall Players . . . Transfer Student Guide, Senior Swingout . . . Lincoln Lodge, Treas- urer, Social Chairman, ISA Representative, Judicial Board. ROSS EARLE HEALY . . . Appleton . . . Mechanical Engineer- ing . . . American Society of Mechanical Engineers . . . Showerman House, President. ,,.. 3' . S .14 we , 1: Wt :zi JOANN M, HECKROTH . . . Cedar Falls, Iowa . . . Physical Edu- cation . . . Sigma Epsilon Sigma . . . VVomen's Physical Education Club, P1'esident, Vice President. JOHN PETER HEFFERNAN . . . Madison . . . Economics . . . Homecoming Pep Rally Chairman .... A rnold Air Society, Mil Ball King, 1956 . . . Football, Boxing . . . Beta Theta Pi. JOANNE G. HEII .... Marshfield . . . Occupational Therapy . . . Eta Kappa Lambda . . . I'niversity Women's Chorus . . . Occupa- tional Therapy Club . . . Calvary Student Council, Choir, Recep- tionist, Publicity Chairman . . . Slichter Hall: Chorus, Judicial Chairman, Service Chairman, Dorm Council. L. J. HEHLING . . . IVIadison . . . English. RAYMOND JOSEPH HEIM . . . Madison . . . Physical Education . . . Transfer from U.W. Milwaukee , . . Phi Epsilon Kappa. LINDA JACKLIN HEIN . . . VVaupaca . , . Music Education . . . Transfer from Mac Murray College for Women . . . Phi Beta . . . Cnion Dance Committee, Pan Hell Ball, Entertainment Chair- man, Campus Chest, Sub Chairman, Homecoming, Committee Member, Humorology, Committee Member: VVisconsin Previews, Cnivcrsity Band: Women's Chorus, Prom Queen, 1956 .... A lpha Chi Omega, Rushing Chairman, Song Chairman. BARBARAICAY HEINEMANN . . . Sturgeon Bay .. . Home Eco- nomics . . , Co-Eds Week . . . Alpha Chi Omega, Chaplain. WILLIAM ARTHVR HEINS . . . Eau Claire . . . Accounting . . . Mace, Beta Alpha Psi, Iron Cross, Delta Epsilon . . . President of Senior Class .... XFROTC Rifle Team, Captain . . . Mens Hall Association, Social Secretary, Assistant Business IVIanager- Account- ant, Business Manager, MHA Store Board ot' Directors. ELEANOR GAIL IIEISS . . . Dclavan . . . Home Economics Edu- cation . . . Phi I'psilon Omicron . . . Dolphins, Secretary . . . Eliza- beth VVaters. Freshman Represcntative, Homecoming I'nit Chair- man. EUGENE S. HELFAND . . . Chicago . . . Economics . . . Finance Society . . , Daily Cardinal . . . Wisconsin Players, Theatre Com- mittee, Dance Committee, Hooters Sailing Club . . . Badger Veter- ans Organization . . . B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundation, Treasurer. JAMES MARVIN HELM . . . Milwaukee . . . Conservation . . . Transfer from II. W. Milwaukee . . . Chi Phi. KAARLO WALTER HELSKE . . . Superior . . . Mechanical Engi- neering . . . Transfer from Purdue Cniversity ...I A merican Society ot' Mechanical Engineers, American VVQ-lding Society. -I-23 HEMBROOK - HILL BARBARA HEMBROOK . . . lVIadison . . . Speech Correction . . . Sigma Delta Pi, Sigma Alpha Eta . . . Spanish-Portuguesc Club, President . . . Elizabeth Waters Hall, Committee Chairmanships. M. PAUL HENDRICKSON . . . Holmen . . . Chemistry . . . Trans- fer from LaCrosse State. JEROME P. HENKES . . . Racine . . . Mechanical Engineering . . . Transfer from Marquette .... A merican Society of Mechanical Engineers . . . Siebeeker House, Vice President. JOHN LESLIE HENNE . . . Beloit . . . Landscape Architecture . . . Transfer from Whitewater State . . . Sigma Tau Gamma, Land- scape Council Ring. JAMES RAY HENNING . . . Madison . . . Agronomy .... A Xlpha Zeta . . . Theta. Delta Chi. DAVID L. HERFEL . . . Dayton, Kentucky . . . Economics . . . Air Badger, Managing Editor . . . MHA Public Relations Committee, Chairman: Loan Committee: Forensics Ifnion ..., A rnold Air Society, Executive Committee: Mil Ball, Publicity and Promotions Chairmang Air Inspection Banquet, Chairman . . . Football, Base- ball . . . Botkin House. MARY INIARGARET HERMAN . . . Madison . . . Medicine . . . Sophomore Honors . . . Symphony Orchestra. Badger Block, A.A.A. Award . . . Alpha Chi Omega, Scholarship Chairman. RICHARD CADMUS HERONEMIIS . . . Madison . . . Economics . . . Society for the Advancement of Management . . . Transporta- tion Club, Vice Presidents. DONNA RAE H ERREID . . . Madison . . . Elementary Education . . . Scheders, Wisconsin Education Association ..., - Nlpha Gamma Delta. , 3 424 :j g . .. H .4-:MQ mat , rv M as 'I f-' --.. it 1--cl . .,, . .W ii . . . . A M RONALD CHARLES HERRICK . . , Manitowoci. . . Marketing Transfer from Manitowoc Extension . . . Marketing Club, In- surance Society . . . Theta Delta Chi. LOVISE CHAPPEL HERRMAN . . . Rochester, N.Y .,.. Physi- cal Education . . . VVomen's Recreation Association, Recording Secre- tary, President . . . Prom Committee .... P Xlpha Chi Omega, Scholar- ship Chairman, Intramurals Chairman. EDWIN CARL HERRMANN . . . Eau Claire . . . Chemical Engi- neering . . . American Institute of Chemical Engineers, Alpha Phi Omega. GERALD K. HERSCHLEB . . . Madison . . . Marktftiiiig. NANCY ELIZABETH HEVVITT . . . Mount Pleasant, Michigan . . . Elementary Education . . . VVisconsin Student Association, Parents Wt-ekentl, Public Relations, Campus Chest, Publicity . . . Pan-Hel Ball, Promotions . . . Kappa Alpha Theta, Social Chairman. BETTY CORINNE HEYDON . . . Stoughton . , . Elementary Education . , . Transfer from Lutheran College . . . Lutheran Student- Association, Choir. GLENN EDVVARD HICKEY . . . Custer . . . Dairy Industry . . . Babcock Dairy Science Club, Vice President ,... Babcock House. JITDITH A. HICKS . . . Madison . . . East Asian Studies . . . Trans- fer from Oberlin College . . . Crucible: Mortar Board, Phi Kappa Phi . . . New Idea, Business Staff . . . Orchesisg Badger Ice Revue, Chairman: Gallery Committee, Chairman, New Student VVeek Guide . . . Delta Gamma, Executive Secretary. RICHARD HEIZEL HILDEN . . . Madison . . . Electrical Engi- neering . . . Eta Kappa Nu . . . Arnold Air Society. .IOH N LOUIS HILGERS . . . Racine, . . , Electrical Engineering . . . Transfer from Racine Extension Center . , , Institute of Radio Engi- neers . . . Phi Kappa. GRANT HILL . . . Soldiers Grove . . . Mechanical Engineering. NANCY ANN HILL . . . Plymouth . . . Chemistry . , . Sigma Epsi- lon Sigma, Sophomore Honors. HILLEQUE - HOLLEY BEVERLY JEAN HlLLEQl'E . . . Madison . . . Sociology . . . Corrs-vtional Aelministration Club, Sovial Chairman, Vim-0 President. RUSSELL RAYMOND HILLMAN . . . Marshiic-lml . . . Economics . . . Theta Dvlta Chi. RUTH l'.Ol'lSE HlNKlNS . . . Maclison . . . Math .... Sigma Epsilon Sigma. VVILLIAM P. HINTON ..., A pploton . . . Gvology. EDWARD JOHN HINZMAN . . . Watortown . . . Psyvhology . . . Trarisfvi' from Kc-nclall Coll:-gc . . . W1-slc-y Founclation . . . Chambor- lin House. MARLYS JEAN HIPPE . . . l'lilgl'l'l0ll . . . Child Dvvvlopnicnt . . . Euthcnir-s . . . Lutheran Stuclvnt. ,ASSOf'lII.ll0ll. LINDA R. HITT . . . Nvvtlham, Mass .... Journalism . . . Wisvotti- quottos . . . llnion Nc-ws Burvaug Hooft-r's Erlitorg Prom Program Committee: Homt-coming Committr-cg Badger Block . . . Kappa Kappa Gammag Ph-clge Traim-r, Uvputy, Campus Carnival, Humor- ology. FLORENCE ANNE HOBRINS . . . Mzulison ...A A Xpplie-fl Art . . . Enion Gallery Committc-0, Futurv Svrvivos VVivvs . . . Pi Rota Phi. JOHN PERHAM HORBINS . . . Maclison . . . lnclustrial Manage-- ment . . . Phi Eta Sigma, Sophomorv Honors, Mare . . . Student Senate. SLIC, Vnion Pre-sitlcnt . . . Provost Corps , . . Boxing . . . Chi Psi. , Q. K 'P W ' ..-1 E , ,, s H Z, 5 an at Z r .y.fsy.!ll5fg. Q ' it wfififlgzf ,,.: . 'F VVILLIAM ROY HOERNl"l ,... Milwaukw . . . History . . . Kappa Signa. KENNETH VVAYNE HOFER . . . YVallac-rf. Mich . . . Physical Education . . . Phi Epsilon Kappa . . . National llc-ll-ilsc Transporta- tion Association . . . Football, Travk. ROGER VV. HOFFMAN . . . Ram-intl . . . Et'onomi1's . . . Alpha Delta Phi. SCC., House hlgr., Rushing Chairman. HARLAND HENRY HOFN EISTER . . . Wauwatosa . . . Mechani- f-al Engine-e-ring . . . Transfer from Milwaukvc . . . Soviety of Auto- motive Mechanical Engines-rsg National Dcfcnsc Transportation Association . . . Society Automotive l'lIlglIlf'0I'S5 American Society of Mechanival Enginevrs. ARTHUR R. HOGAN . , , Madison . . . l'Im-oiiornics . . . Finanr-e Soviety . . . Provost Corps . . . Theta Chi. CAROLYN M. HOLEN . . , Madison . . . Business Education . . . Pni Chi Theta . . , LSA. GENEVA V. HOLEN . . . Madison . . . Rusinoss Ecluvation . . . Transfer from Stevens Point Stato . . . Phi Chi Thr-ta . . . Lutheran Student Assoviation. VERONICA T. HOLFORD . . . VVhitr-watvi' . . , Spvcvh Corrov- tion . . . Transfer from LaCross1- . , . Sigma Alpha Eta . . . Ns-wniau Club .... - Xlpha Chi Oincga. Viral Pl't'SlCli'Ilt. VVlLLlAlNfI JOSEPH HOIJCEK . . . Cutlahy . , . Journalism . . Transfer from lNIilw:u1kvm- . . , Ortopus. VVlLLlAM P. HOLLAND . . . Madison . . . Els-r'tric'al l'lllglIlt'0l'lIlg' Transfc-r from Milwaukw l"xtonsion .... A Kina-rican lnstitutc of Elec't1'i0al Enginc-ers , . . Holy Nalnv Sovir-ty GENE F. HOLLENBERGER . . . Plymouth . . . cl0IllIHl'I'4'O' lXlarke'ting . . . Transfvr from lNlilwa.ukv1- lfxtonsion . . . Markm-ting Club, Finance Sovivty, Alpha Kappa Psi. HENRY N. HOLLEY . . . LaCross1- , . . Mm'hanir'al Engiiivcring . . . Alpha Delta. Phi. 425 -...Q-nl Q5 426 HOLLIS - HOYER DIANE M. HOLLIS . . . Fredonia, Kansas . . . Speech Edueation . . . Transfer from Yniversity of Kansas . . . Wiseonsin Players . . . Delta Delta Delta. ROBERT A. HOLMRERG . . . Skokie, Ill .... Civil Engineering . . . Gymnastic-s . . . Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Rec-order. .Iunior Man on Senior Count-il, Herald. SALLY HOLIVIES . . . Searsdale. N. Y .... Speeeh . . . Radio Hall Players: VViseonsin Players: Huniorology, Co-Chairniang Enter- tainers Guild . . . Cheerleader . . . Kappa Kappa Ganuna, House President. ELIZABETH A. IIOLSTEIN . . . Stevens Point . . , English Eduea- tion . . . Transfer from Stevens Point State College . . . University Chorus . . . Coehrane House, Judirial Coinniittee. CARLETON ARTHUR. HOLSTROM . . . Short Hills, N..I. . . . I'If'OIl0Il1Il'S . . . Fiilarlee Soeiety . . , Red Cross Blood Drive. Chair- nian: Banmlg YMCA . . . Chi Psi, Steward. BARBARA L. HOLT . . . Janesville ..., A pplied Art . . . Humor- ology, Homecoming, Badger Bloc-k, Canipus Carnival: VVinter Wveek . . . Alpha Chi Omega. GORDON L. HOLTEN . . . Deerfield . . . NIatheniaties . . . MHA Cabinet. JOHN OTTO HOLZHUETER . . . Menornonie .... A clvertising . . . Sigma Delta Chig Elsie Iiullarcl Morrison Outstanding Junior Man in Journalism . . . Daily Cardinal, Editorg Lutheran Student Asso- eiation Newsletter, Region Spokesman Editor . . . I'niversity Marching and Convert Rand . . . Lutheran Student Assoeiation, Speakers Chairman, Senator, Regional Oflieer. JAMES MANDT HOMIVIE . . . lVIel"arlantl . . . Industrial lwanage- nient .... t Xlpha Kappa Psig Soeiety for the Aclvaneeinent of lVIanage- ment, Secretary. GILBERT L. HOMSTAD . . . Rlark River Falls . . . Ifinanre- Marketing . . . Mare, President . . . Student Senate: IF Vive Presi- dent . . . MHA WIIlt't5T Formal, General Chairman: Dorrnsylvania, General Chairniang 1956. Assistant Exeeutive Chairman . . . Basket- hall . . . Sigma Alpha Epsilon. KATHRYN E. HOOVER . . , Neenah . . . Memlieal Teehnology . , . Alpha Delta Theta, Sevretary . . , Men? Halls Assoeiation, Chair- nian ot' Lihrary Coniniittee , . . Sliehter Hall, Floor Chairman, Blood and Civil Defense Chairman. SHIRLEY D, HORMAN . . . Onalaska . . . Er-onoinies , . . Transfer from LaCrosse State College . . . liamlger Veterans Organizationg Insuranee Soelety. PAl'I. VV. HORM IG . . . Beloit .... X,qrieultin'al l-Imlueation . . . Blue Shield: Saddle and Sirloin, Future lfarlners ot' .XlIll'I'It'2l, President . . . Three Squares Clulm. RICHARD RI. HORINOOLD . . . XNIISVOIISIII Rapids . . . lNIathe- IIIILIICS . . . Insuranre Soi-iety: Campus Chest: ll", Finanve Coniinit- tee: Ivnion Tournament Coniniitee . . . Kappa Sigma. KENT CHARLES HOIICK . . . Rif-hlanml Center . . . Couuneree . . . Beta Alpha Psi . . . Transportation Corp ROTC . . . Spooner House, Secretary. .I. PATRICK HOVLIHAN . . . Ripon . . . Politieal Svienee , . Phi Gainina Delta. CARLTON VERNON HOWARD, JR. .... Sioux Falls, S.D. . . . I"It'OllOll1It'S . . . Transl'er from South Dakota State College . . . Phi Eta Signiag Artus . . . VVis1'onsin Previews, UO-4'lltLII'II12Lll . . . Beta Theta Pi. DOROTHY I. HOWARD . . . lVIiner:1l Point . . . Oeeupational Therapy . . . Transfer from Platteville State Colle,lI,e . . . Oeeupa- tional Therapy Club . . . Wiseonsin Religious Association . . . Ket- terer House, Intranuual Chairman, l'nion Representative. IIARVEY HOVVE . . , Madison . . . Pliysivs. ISENJAMIN l.. IIOY . . , IrV2LllXVILl4lSil . . . Eleetrieal Engineering . . . Transfer from Milwaukee Extension . . . The Institute of Radio Engineers: Polygon Board: Aineriean Institute ol' l"le4'trieal Engi- neers . . . Kappa Eta Kappa. VERNA D. IIOYER . . . R4-aver Dani . . . Meclii-al Technology . . Alpha Delta Theta . . . Calvary l.utlu-ran Couneil. .IUIIX A. HREN , . . Milw:111k1-1- . . . M1-t.11II111'gi1':1l I'l11,fri111-1-rilig. . . 'II1'1111sf1-1' from IX4iIWitIlIi1'1' I'IXI1'IlSIOI1 . . . Wis1'c111si11 IC11gi111-1-1'. .XlIVl'I'- t1s111-1,1 INI:111z1g.-201' . , . N1-w111:1n Chili . . . A1111-1'i1'1111 So1'i1-ty nf Ix'Il'iIlI- l111'g1st- . . . Boxiiig.-3. . . Pi K:1pp:1 .XIIIIIIL II.IlSIIillQ2,' QIIlilil'l11ii,ll. Vim- P11-si1l1-111. RICIIARD PIQTICR IIR.l.I'IVICH . . . W1-Q1 1Xllis...PI1ysif-11I I'I4IIl- 1':1tim1 . . . YV. Chili . . . Iixisc-hull. .IXMIQS III'iOR.fII'i I'IRI'I4I-1K'KY . . . X1-1-11:1h . . . R1-1-1'1-zlfimi. li1X'l'H.-XRINICMARY IIRIISICCKY . . . X1-1-n:1h . . . R1-1-1-1-:itimizzl vIA'IMIl'I'SIliD . . . CILIIIIJIIS C':11'niv:1I, H11111n1'11l11gy. ISZIIIQQPI' ISI111-k, IJ4ll'Il1SVIVtillIil . . . MIIA cIl'Ilil'1i.I Sovinl cI0lllIllitTl'4' , . . Dolphins. DAVIS XVATSON HVIIISIXRD . . . R111-ki'111'1I, III .... C'h1-111i1-:1I lC11LQi111-1-1'i11g , . . Phi I'It:1 Signm, SopI111111111'1- H1111111's .... X 1111-1'i1'1111 IV11stit11l1- 111' f'h1-111i1':1l I'I11Q'i111-1-1's, 1056 I'IllgIIll'llI'Illg I'Ixp11sitio11 . . . Gy11111:1sti1-s . . . B1-tai TI11-1:1 Pi. AI,I+'R,l+1DWENTWORTII IIVISBI-II1I,, . . l'I1lg1-1't1111 . . . M1-1-l111ni- 1-:Ll I'f11gi111-1-1'i11g . . . 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Bo1:111y . . 'I.Il'ZlIlSIi1'I' 1111111 YV:111s:111 I-2x11-11wi1111. 1-'1.111111xx 11,1111,1-31' .11111,1s . . . 111111111111 . . . c'11.-11111-111 I'IIlg.'II- Ill'1'I'ilPLf, 1.11-,..f Jie, .. f fm., if .1 I 515 :vm- Q 1 ,11 1 27 ,Vkk ,553,A,s51,i53 .fk no ',kk 7 Am . r. s A . il Q I at Q-gi if Z8 JACKISCH - JESSE PIIILIP FREDERICK JACKISCH . . . Oshkosh . . . Chemistry . . . Transfer from Oshkosh State. RONALD JOHN JACOB . . . Racine . . . Electrical Engineering . . . Institute of Radio Engineers, American Institute of Electrical Engineers. JOHN THOMAS .IACOBPS . . . VVauwatosa . . . Economics . . . Marketing Club, Salesmanship Clinic . . . VVSA Public Relations Committee . . . Delta Epsilon, Alumni Chairman. CARL LEVVIS JAECK . . . Brookfield . . . Mechanical Engineer- ing . . . Transfer from ITW Milwaukee . . . Pi Tau Sigma . . . Ameri- can Society of Mechanical Engineers: Society of Automotive En- gineers: Polygon Board, Treasurer. RICHARD M. JAFFEE . , . Chicago ..., A ccounting . . . Phi lfta Sigma: Beta Gamma Sigma, Sophomore Honors: Robert P. Ger- holtz Scholarship , . . Badger Block, Administration Chairman . . . Pi Lambda Phi, Treasurer, Vice-President, President. SHIRLEY H. JAFFEE . . . Louisville. Ky ..,. Elementary Edu- cation . , . Scheders . . . Alpha Epsilon Phi, Treasurer. MARY ELLEN JAHNKE . . . Milwaukee . . . Occupational Ther- apy . . . Occupational Therapy Club: Badger Block: University Chorus, AWS Coedls Week, Program Committee: .-AWS, Big Sis- ter Committee . . . Alpha Gamma Delta. JANET AILEEN JAMES . . . Milwaukee . . . Related Art . . . Transfer from Milwaukee Downer . . . Octopus .... A VVS Social Chairman . . . Related Art Club: Hoofers, Council, Ski Club, Sailing Club, Mountaineer's Cl.-ib, Style Show Chairman, Open House Chairman: WSA Human Relations Committee . . . Kappa Kappa Gamma, Villa, Maria: Haas House, Social Chairman. RONALD GARY JAMES . . . Dodgeville . . . Economics . . . MHA Store, President . . . LVV Band . . . Oschner House, Treasurer. SPIROS JANNIDES . . . Greece . . . International Relations . . . Eta Sigma Phi: Delta Epsilon . . . Senior Class Council: IIN Con- ference: Dorm Leadership Conference . . . MHA Cabinet, Judicial Board: Open House . . . I'nion Public Relations: International Club: Campus Chest: Dorm Duke . . . Bashford House, Vice Presi- dent, Social Chairman, Education Scholarship Chairman. Jl'IJITH THORPE JAQLITH . . , Nlonroe . . . VVesley Founda- tion Student Association, Worship Chairman, Vice President Program Chairman . . . Elizabeth Waters Hall, Ifnit Vice President. GENE JAN . . . Richland Center . . , Social VVork . . Transfer from LaCrosse State . . . Students for Stevenson . . . Newman Club. THOMAS LEE .IEATRAN . . . Menomonie , . . Pharmacy . . . Newman Club . . . Wisconsin Pharmaceutical Society . . . Pi Kappa Alpha. PAI'L MYRON JEGLIIM . , , Monroe . . . Mechanical Engi- neering . . . Air Badger, Business Manager . . . Arnold Air Society, Mitchell Airmen. JACK ERVIN .IENNERJAHN . . . Milwaukee . . . Speech . . . Concert Band, Marching Band . . . Mack House. AAGE JENSEN, JR .... Racine . . . Marketing . . . Ivniversity Marching Bands . . . Chi Phi. DONALD NORMAN JENSEN . . . Racine . . . Industrial Manage- ment . . . Transfer from Racine Ifxtension . . . Phi Eta Sigma . . . WMHA. MARILEE DOLOR ES JENSEN . . . Ephraim . . . Accounting . . . Sigma Epsilon Sigma: Phi Chi Theta, Treasurer: Eta Kappa Lamb- da, Historian, Sophomore Honors . . . Co-Eds Week, Fashion Show Committee . . . Newman Club . . . Barnard Hall Student Associa- tion. 'Treasurer . . . Barnard Hall. Store Bookkeeper. ROBERTA LAl'R.A JENSFN . , . VVest Allis . . . Speech Correc- tion . . . Transfer from IIVV Milwaukee . . . Sigma Epsilon Sigma, Sophomore Honors . . . Sigma Alpha Eta . . . Humorology . . . Lutheran Student Association . . . Elizabeth Waters Hall, Floor Chairman. VYAYNE NORMAN ARTHVR JERLOIN .,.. Xlbert Lea, Minn. . . . Psychology . . . Transfer from Milton College. GERALD M. JESSE . . . Clintonville , . . Electrical Engineering . . . Institute of Radio Engineers . . . Gymnastics . . . Tau Kappa Epsilon. JOERS - KAATZ GREGORY RALPH JOERS . . . Hales Corner . . . Psychology . . . Transfer from UM Milwaukee . . . Psychology Club . . . Lutheran Student Center . . . Lambda Chi Alpha, Correspondent. JOEL ROGER JOHANNES . . . Hartland . . . Marketing . . . Transfer from UW Milwaukee . . . Saddle and Sirloin, Agricultural Economies Society, Vice-President, Marketing Club . . . Agricul- tural Student Council, Young Republicans . . . Lutheran Student Association . . . Feggies Manor, Treasurer. ALLEN MICHAEL JOHNSON . . . Galesville . . . Commerce . . . Beta Alpha Psi . . . Faville House, President. DONALD E. JOHNSON . . . Mt. Horeb . . . Electrical Engineering. JOANN M. JOHNSON . . . Highland Park, Ill .... Child Develop- ment . . . Transfer from Northwestern University. ROBERT ALLEN JOHNSON . . . Rice Lake . . . Civil Engineer- ing . . . Sigma Chi, Housemanager. VVILKES LOUIS JOHNSON . . . Madison . . . Physical Medicine. LARRY MICHAEL JOLLIFFE . . . Eau Claire . . . History . . . Transfer from St. Louis University . . . WSA . . . Newman Club . . . VVHA Announcer, Humorology. . if Beta Theta Pi. ALICE GIBBS JONES . . . Glencoe, Ill .... Child Development . . . Badger . . . Prom Promotions Committee, Pan Hel Judicial Com- mittee Chairman . . . Symphony Orchestra . . . Gamma Phi Beta, Pan Hel Representative. BETTY R. JONES . . . Phillips . . . Physical Therapy . . . Transfer from Carthage College . . . Physical Therapy Club, YWCA, Sailing Club . . . Elizabeth Waters Unit II, Judical Chairman. PHILLIP CHARLES JONES . . . West Allis . . . American Institu- tions . . . Sophomore Honors, Delta Sigma Rho . . . Student Senator, District 3, National Student Association, Vice President, Union Council, Wisconsin Forensic Ifnion . . . Dogrin Political Party, Vice Chairman. ROBERT EVERETT JONES . . . lVIilwaukee . . . Physical Educa- tion . . . Transfer from UW Milwaukee . . . Y.M.C.A .... Provost Corps. WAYNE CAMERON JONIAITX . . . Green Bay . . . History . . . Transfer from Green Bay Extension . . . Dardinal . . . Independent Student Association. PATRICIA ANN JOO . . . Madison . . . Zoology . . . Transfer from Racine Extension . . . Sigma Epsilon Sigma. VVAYNE HOWARD JORGENSEN . . . Oshkosh . . . Electrical Engineering . . . Transfer from Oshkosh State. VVILLARD ALFRED JOST . . . Sheboygan . . . Physical Therapy . . . Physical 'Therapy Club, President. GRACE S. JOSTAD . , . Madison . . . Physical Therapy . . . Physi- cal Therapy Club . . . New Student Week Guide, Pan Hel Ball Com- mittee . . . Lutheran Student Assocaition . . . Alpha Chi Omega, Historian, Recording Secretary. EARL HENRY JUHL .... A ntigo . . . Art Education. .IACQUELINE KAY JULSETH . . . Madison . . . Correctional Ad- ministration . . . Sophomore Honors . . . Correctional Administration Club . . . Entertainer's Guild Publicity Committee, Dormsylvania, Coronations Chairman, University Chorus, Badger Block . . . Delta Delta Delta, House President, Marshall. PHILLIP JAN JURGENS . . . Wauwatosa . . . Medical Science . . . Transfer from UW Milwaukee . . . Badger Block . . . High House, Publicity Chairman. DONALD JAMES KAATZ . . . Wausau . . . Economics . . . Mil Ball, Honor Guard Chairman . , . Phi Delta Theta. PAUL MICHAEL KARCHER . . . San Mateo, Calif .... Light Building Industry . . . Daily Cardinal, Office Manager . . . Scab- bard and Blade . . . Baseball . . . Sigma Chi, Homecoming Chairman, Alumni Chairman, Social Chairman, Executive Committee. EDWIN D. KARN . . . Manitowoc . . . History . . . Phi Eta Sigma, Sigma Delta Pi, Phi Beta Kappa, Sophomore High Honors . . . Spanish Club. BARBARA MAE KARWEICK ..., A ppleton . . . Social Work . . . Transfer from Menasha Extension . . . Social Work Club . . . UW Chorus, Humorology, All Campus Blood Drive, Campus Carnival. DALE CORLUS KASKE . . . Wonewoc ...A A ccounting . . . Trans- fer from LaCrosse State ...A A lpha Kappa Psi. E. GEORGE KASSN ER . . . New York, N.Y .... Medical Science . . . Phi Eta Sigma, Sophomore High Honors . . . New Idea . . . Phi Epsilon Pi. JAMES LOUIS KATZ . . . Marinette .... A ccounting . . . National Defense Transportation Association . . . Hillel Foundation . . . Zeta Beta Tau, Treasurer. BRUCE KENNETH KAUFMANN . . . Wantagh, N.Y .... Eco- nomics . . . Finance Society . . . Cardinal . . . St. Francis House . . . Cross Country, Track . . . Phi Sigma Kappa. ERNEST T. KAUFMANN . . . West Allis . . . Political Science . . . Transfer from UW Milwaukee . . . Phi Eta Sigma, Delta Sigma Rho . . . Wisconsin Forensic Union, Vice President . . . Young Republi- cans, Director, Executive Committee . . . Provost Corps . . . Tarrant House, Vice President. RONALD LOUIS KAITSCH . . . Milwaukee . . . Nlechanical Engi- neering . . . Transfer from I'W Milwaukee . . . Pi Tau Sigma, Phi Eta Sigma, Sophomore Honors . . . Calvary Lutheran . . . Mack House, Social Chairman. ROLLYN PETER KAUTH . . . Evansville . . . Speech , . . VViscon- sin Players, Key Player, Vice President: National Collegiate Play- ers, Wisconsin Union Theater Committee, Chairman, Theater Programming Board, President, National Council of Teachers of Fnglish. KARLY ANN KAY . . . Cicero, Ill .... Speech . . . WSA Student Service and Welfare Committee, Chairman, Union Public Relations Committee, Entertainers Guild, WAA: Senior Dolphins, Campus Carnival, Humorology . . . Delta Delta Delta, Social Chairman. ABIODUN ADEBOWALE KAYODE . . . Mushin, Nageria . . . Geology . . . Phi Eta Sigma .... A frica I'nion. 430 KABLER - KAYODE DONALD JOHN KABLER . . . Milwaukee . . . Economies . . Mack House. THOMAS FRANCIS KALISH . . . Solon Springs . . . Business Education . . . Transfer from Superior State . . . Band, Men's Glee Club . . . Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship, President, Missions Secretary: University Religious Council . . . University YMCA, Cabinet Member. THOMAS RICHARD KAMMER . . . Madison . . . Journalism . . . Sigma Delta Chi . . . U. W. Concert Band, U.W. Marching Band, Announcer . . . Sigma Alpha Epsilon. CAROL DENISE KAMPNER . . . Pontiac, Mich .... Speech Correction . . . Transfer from University of Michigan . . . Sigma Alpha Eta . . . Shepard Hall. ELIZABETH ANN KANER . . . Superior . . . Comparative Litera- ture . . . Transfer from Stephens College . . . Lakota House, Treas urer. THOMAS AVOLT KANNEMAN . . . Sheboygan Falls . . . Elec- trical Engineering . . . Phi Eta Sigma, Eta Kappa Nu, Tau Beta Pi . . . Wisconsin Engineer . . . MHA President, House Presidents Council . . . UW Marching Band, Concert Band . . . Richardson House, President, Vice President, Social Chairman, Secretary. RONALD JOHN KAPHEIM . . . Watertown . . . Chemical Engi- neering . . . Sophomore Honors . . . American Institute of Chemical Engineers .... A rnold Air Society, Treasurer . . . Mil Ball, Finance . . . Tau Kappa Epsilon, Chaplain, Historian, Secretary. JEROLD K. KARABENSH . . . Milwaukee . . . Pharmacy . . . Transfer from Milwaukee Extension . . . Rho Chi, Vice-President . . . Hillel . . . Wisconsin Players, Young Democrats, Wisconsin Phar- maceutical Society. GOLDIE KARAGUNIS . . . Milwaukee . . . Home Economics Edu- cation . . . Transfer from UW Milwaukee . . . Euthenics . . . Badger Club, Social Chairman. KAYSER - KILLIAN JIIDITH HEDWIG KAYSER . . . Madison . . . English . . . Trans fer from Smith College . . . Delta Gamma. ALICE M. KEARISY . . . Milwaukee .... Iournalism . . . Mortar- board, Theta Sigma Phi . . . Cardinal Board, Junior at Large, Vice President . . . Elizabeth Waters Executive Council, News Iiureau Chairman: Ilnion Directorate. Secretaryg Wisconsin Union, Vice President: SLIC' Publications Sub-Committeeq Wisconsin Previews: Prom Publicity Chairman, Alpha Gamma Delta. .IOHN MARVIN KEIL . . . Beaver Dam . . . Commerce . . . Trans- fer from Lawrence College . . . Lutheran Student Association . . . Basketball, Tennis, Cross Country . . . Phi Delta Theta. MARY JANE KEIM . . . New Windsor, Ill .... Physical Medicin0 . . . Transfer from Monmouth College . . . Physical Therapy Club, Treasurer . . . Kappa Delta, House President. RICHARD JOSEPH KEIM . . . Highland Park, Ill .... Commerce . . . Transfer from University of Colorado . . . Society for the Ad- vancement of Management . . . Ifnion News Bureau, Union Public Relations Committee, Union Forum Committee, Publicity Chair- mang Mock Political Conventions. DORIS RI'TH KELLER . . . Milwaukee . . . English . . . Sigma Epsilon Sigma. Phi Kappa Phi . . . Union Library Committee . . . Calvary Lutheran Student Center, Receptionist, Stewardship Com- mittee . . . Chi Omega, Corresponding Secretary, Chadbourne Hall, Treasurer. JUDITH ANN KELLER . . . Kenosha . . . Experimental Foods . . . Phi Vpsilon Omicron . . . Hillel . . . Canoe Club, Union Usher, Union Dance Committee . . . Chadbourne Hall, Secretary. JANICE ELLEN KELLOGG. . . Janesville . . . Elementary Edu- cation . . . Scheders . . . Badger Block . . . Iiucroft House, President. RONALD GEORGE KELLSON . . . VVhit1-stone, N.Y ..... A meri- can Institutions . . . Lambda Chi Alpha. 2 A M- , uf ' ' i f 'H -Q sm Z, --1, ri. ge ' 55 , .V Xi . C I , if . it it ,... 3 ..:f r " ' :.. 'asf HAROLD MARTIN KEMPEN . . . Kaukauna . . . Soils . . . Alpha Zeta . . . Crops and Soils Club . . . WSA Public Relations Commit- tee . . . Delta I'psilon. EDVVARD JAMES KENNEDY . . . Fall River . . . Electrical Engineering . . . Institute of Radio Engineers. ROLAND FREDERICK KENNEDY . . . Beaver Dam . . . Food Technology . . . Transfer from I'niversity of Maryland . . . Food Technology Club. DORTHEA KATHERINE KERN . . . Ifennimore . . . Elementary Education . . . Sigma Epsilon Sigma, Sophomore High Honors, Phi Iieta Kappa, Phi Kappa Phi, Pi Lambda Theta . . . Coed's Week, Freshman Honor Luncheon Committee. .IAMES EDWARD KERNAN . . . Milwaukee . . . Electrical Engi- neering . . . Transfer from UW Milwaukee . . . American Institute of Electrical Engineers, Institute of Radio Engineers . .. Franken- burger House. DONALD PETER KERR . . . Poynette . , . Physical Education . . . Phi Epsilon Kappa, Treasurer. JANE ELIZABETH KERR . . . VVestwood, Mass .... Physical Education . . . WAA Roardg Physical Education Club . . . Lutheran Student Association . . . Alpha Ni Delta. RODNEY KERSHEK . . . Two Rivers . . . Economics . . . Newman Club . . . Transportation Club . . . Frankenburger House, Athletic Chairman: Delta Sigma Pi. RICHARD SCOTT KEY . , . Milwaukee . . . Pharmacy . . . Trans- ter from Milwaukee Extension. JOYCE MARIE KIEDROVVSKI . . . Milwaukee . . . Advertising . . . Transfer from UW Milwaukee . . . Coranto, Pledge President, Gamma Alpha Chi, Professional Pan-Hel Council . . . Octopus: liadgerg Daily Cardinal, Society Editor, Business Staff . . . Chi Omega, Herald, Editor. DANE OLIN KILDSIG . . . Oshkosh . . . Pharmacy . . . Transfer from Oshkosh State . . . Kappa Psi. VVAYNE PETER RILLIAN . . . Kaukauna . . . Mechanical Engi- neering . . . American Society ot' Mechanical Engineers, Society of Automotive Engineers. 431 KIMMEL - KLEIN DONALD E. KIMMEL . . . Manitowoc . . . Journalism . . . Transfer from Manitowoc Extension . . . Phi Eta Sigma: Sigma Delta Chi, Rushing Chairman, Treasurer . . . Badger . . . MHA Loans Com- mittee Chairman, MHA Alumni Cominittee . . . Sigma Chi, Asso- ciate Editor. JAMES RICHARD KIMMEY, JR .... Mt. Horeh . . . Medical Science . . . Phi Eta Sigma, Sophomore High Honors . . . Student American Medical Association . . . MHA Public Relations Com- mittee . . . Hoofer's, Ifniversity Band . . . Showerman, Social Chair- man, Fallows House. WILLIAM E. KINCAID . . . Westfield. N.Y .... Electrical Engi- neering . . . Transfer from Gannon College . . . Theta Tau: American Institute of American Engineers. IUDITH A KIYG Green B LY Clothin 'ind Tm Ktilts AWS Fashion Revue, Pan Hel Council . . . Alpha Chi Omega, Pledge President. SUSAN R. KING . . . Crystal Lake, lll .... International Relations . . . Transfer from Iowa State College . . . Canterbury Club . . . Hooters. ARDELE R. KINGETER . . . Madison . . . Art Education . . . LSA ..., A 1't Students League, Scheders ..,. A lpha Xi Delta. KATHERINE S. KINNE . . . Milwaukee . . . Elementary Educa- tion . , . Senior Council . . . Wisconsin Previewsg Union Representa- tive: Freshman Orientation, Guide, Prom Invitations Committeeg AWS Personnel Committee . . . Ann Emery, House Council, Pi Beta Phi, Pan Hellenic Representative, Scholarship Chairman. THOMAS WAYNE KINNEY . . . Lake Geneva . . . Electrical Engineering . . . Institute of Radio Engineers, American Institute of Electrical Engineers. WILLIAM RUDY KIXNEY . . . Baraboo . . . Electrical Engi- neering ..., - Xmerican Institute of Electrical Engineers. iii. .":. .-..-,.:- I ' is s 432 ELIZABETH ELLEN KIRN . . . Kenosha . . . History and Eco- nomics . . . Womens Chorusg A Cappella Choir, Wisconsin Players . . . Delta Zeta, Song Chairman, Pan Hellenic Representative. LEONARD J. KITCHEN . . . Madison . . . Mechanical Iungineer- ing . . . Theta Tau. PAIIL THOMAS KITZE , . . Lake Geneva . . . Chemical Engi- neering . . . Phi Eta Sigmag Tau Beta Pi . . . American Institute of Chemical Engineers . . . MHA Athletic Committee . . . Oehsner House, Athletic Chairman. SALLY ANNETTE KITZE . . . Milwaukee . . . Home Economics . . . Euthenics . . . Dolphins. THOMAS MICHAEL KIVLIX . . . Madison . . . Medical Science . . . Phi Eta Sigma . . . Crew, Manager . . . Alpha Delta Phi. DAVID THEODORE KJELL . . . Madison . . . Mechanical Engi- neering . . . Theta Tau, Treasurer, Corresponding Secretary, Regent . . . Society-Automotive Engineers. ROBERT L. KJELL . . . Madison . . . Correctional Administra- tion . . . Transfer from North Park College . . . Correctional Adminis- tration Club. RICHARD .I. KLADE . . . Tomahawk . . . Journalism . . . Sigma Delta Chi . . . Daily Cardinal . . . Sigma Nu, President, Alumni Officer. HAROLD R. KLAGOS . . . Madison . . . Accounting. THOMAS D. KLEEMANN . . . Milwaukee . . . Journalism . . Transfer from Milwaukee Extension. RICHARD A. KLEHNIENHAGEN . . . VVisconsin Dells . . . Market- ing . . . Marketing Cluh. JAMES T. KLEIN . . . Milwaukee . . . Chemical Engineering . . . Transfer from Milwaukee Extension . . . American Institute ot Chemical Engineering, ASSE. BARBARA N. KOHL . . . Green Bay . . . Economics . . . Newman Club . . . Homecoming Committee: I'nion Dance Committee: Prom Committee . . . Gamma Phi Beta. VVALTER J. KOHLER . . . Madison . . . Mechanical Engineering . . . Transfer from Northwestern University . . . YGOP, Executive Committee, Intercollegiate Society of Individualists, Chairman: American Society of Mechanical Engineers, Society of Automotive Engineers . . . Sigma Chi. DFWAYNE E. KOHNKE . . . Milwaukee .,.. A gricultural Educa- tion . . . Agriculture-Home Economics Student Council: Agri- culture Student Council . . . Poultry Club, Recorder, President: Future Farmers of America, Treasurer Conover House, Social Chairman. FRANK R. KLOACKE . . . Edgerton . . . Economics . . . Psi Iip- silon. NORBERT CHARLES KOLELL . . . Hartford . . . Electrical Engineering . . . Institute of Radio Engineers, American Institute of Electrical Engineers. JAMES G. KOLL . . . Oshkosh . . . Marketing . . . Transfer from Oshkosh State . . . Marketing Club, Insurance Society. LAVERNE H. KOLL . . . Kenosha . . . Linguistics . . . Calvary Student Association . . . French Club . . . Elizabeth Waters, Per- sonnel Chairman. JOHN H. KOLPlTCKE . . . .Ianesville . . . Music . . . University Orchestra, Vniversity Band, Vniversity Chorus. MARION F. KOMOREK . . . Madison .... A rt Education . . . Northlight . . . Art Students League, Badger Block, Vnion Dance Committee, 770 Club, New Student Week . . . Delta Zeta. Recom- mend and Scholarship Chairman. GERALD K. KONZ . . . Racine . . . Economics. ALLEN ROBERT KORBEL . . . Milwaukee . . . Life Insurance . . . Mace .... f Xlpha Kappa Psi: Square and Compass Club: Insurance Society, President, Secretary: Marketing Club Sales Clinic, Co- operative Company Board of Trustees, Secretary: Finance Society . . . Badger, Salesman . . . MHA Student Conduct Board . . . Men's Halls Store, President. Vice President, Board of Directors . . . Badger Veterans Organization . . . Showerman House. BERNARD C. KORBITZ . . . Medford . . . Medical Science . . . Phi Eta Sigma, Sophomore Honors, Phi Beta Kappa . . . MHA Stu- dent Conduct Board . . . Noyes House, President. KLEINSCHMIDT - KORBIT Z ROBERT C. KLEINSCHMIDT . . . Appleton . . . American In- stitutions. JACK S. KLEINSIN GER. . . . New York . . . Political Science . . . Octopus . . . ILS Student Council . . . Hillel Social Committee . . . Union Theatre Committee. RUTH A. KLINGELHOFER . . . Dodgeville . . . Home Economics Education . . . Omieron Nu, President: Phi Upsilon Omicron, Chap- lain: Euthenics . . . Christian Organization, Secretary, Reader . . . Home Economics High School Day, Chairman. .IANE A. KLUSENDORF . . . Barncveld . . . Occupational Ther- apy . . . Occupational Therapy Club . . . WMHA Promotions Committee . . . Alpha Phi. AFRA .I. KNEUBUEHL . . . Monroe . . . Physical Medicine . . . Pres House Christmas Choir . . . Barnard Hall, Executive Council. H. ROBERT KNITTER . . . Milwaukee . . . Electrical Engineer- ing . . . Eta Kappa Nu. FRED ALBERT KNOBEL . . . Milwaukee . . . Pharmacy . . Transfer from UW Milwaukee . . . Medical Service Corps. DONALD BERNARD KOCH . . . Wauwatosa . . . Chemistry . . Transfer from UW Milwaukee . . . American Chemical Society . . Lutheran Student Association, Choir. JOHN D. KOEPKE . . . Milwaukee . . . Economics . . . Transfer from UW Milwaukee . . . Society Advancement of Management: Finance Society: American Pharmaceutical Association . . . Tarrant House, Oflicer. 433 Q 'Il i:. M . . ,, V 2 . ..AA lb l 2 Q., i ,f 6' A -:J-' me 1 KORDON - KRUEGER, T. JON A. KORDON . . . Ephraim . . . Zoology . . . VVayland Club. GEORGIC P. ROSS . . . Milwaukee . . , Civil linginom-ring . Anwri- can Sovit-ty of C'ivil Plngineers . . . Amttrivan Sovit-ty ot Mllitzzfbf 1'iIlgIllK't'l'S . . . INisr'onsin Hoofers, xYIt't"Pl'l'Sltvl'I'IIl, Prtxsltlt-rlgavbltii Club: Homc-1-onnng . . . Sigma Chi, Secretary. Nm Prpsuluit, or Chairman. RICHARD G. KOTT . . . Milwaukc-0 . . . Cl10IIIIl'U.l I'lr1gi11t.-1-r'i11g . . . Phi ICt.a. Sigma: Tau Rota Pi . . . MHA Alumni LIOITIITIIIJI-til' . . Spoouvr Houst-, Sovial Chairman, President. DAVID MILTON KOTTKE . . . Fond mlu Iiav . . , Civil IQIIIII' nc-oring .... A Xmvrivan Sovioty of Cheniival T'illglII0llI'SQ Puhlivity Chairman, Vic-tt Ilwsirlt-Iltt. DICKRAN KARNICK KOFYMJIAN . . . Ravint- . . . lduropoan History . . . Mara- . . . Cardinal. The Now Iflc-a . . . ISA, Prositlontg I'nion Founc-il: Cinmna Shop Chairman: Sturlont Scnatv. .I -XM FS IC IQOVVAISKY . . . Two Rivers . . . Music' . . . I'nivs-rsity Symphony Ort-lu-strap Vivo-Prosidentg I'nivorsity Mt-ns Glue Clula. TIl1Vl'I'Slly Conc'crt Banclg Ivnlvcrsity Marvluug Banclg Wisvonsln Plavvrs. ROBICRT I". KRAINICR . . . Bloomfield Hills, Mich ,... Iivonom- ic-s . . . lfinanc-v Sovit-ty, Salvsmanship Clinic' . . . Iiaskc-tlmall, NANCY Ii. KRANICNDONK . . . Oosthurg . . . lillolnontary lilclu- 1-ation . . . Iluniorologyg Campus Carnivalg Rarlgor Bloukg Winter VVc-ok: VVMHA. MARTIN J, IiR.l'll5S . . VVest Allis . . . Inclustrial Managt-niont. .'. . I'nivt-rsity C0llt't'I'l and Marvhing Rancl: I'nivc-rsity Orvhcstral Harvsfoot . . . Kappa Sigma. VICTOR A. KRICIIZIGICR . . . Rivor Falls . . . l'lln-1'tric'al Ifngi- nvcriug . . . Trzuistk-r from River Falls Statt- Collvgv . . . Ifllvr-tions Fomniittt-0 . . . Vlvvsloy, Choir, Athlc-tim' C'hairnia.n: lilllVt'I'SliY Band, Chorcograplwrg Hoofvrs . . . Kappa lita lxappa, Sovial C han'- man. RIISSICI, KRIICSIC . . . Milwaukee . . . Clivinistry . . . T1'anst't-1't'or Milwaukee l'lxtc-nsion . . . Pres House . . . Canicra Clulng XNIISCOIISIII Film Sovivtyg Anivrir-an Chemical Socic-ty. MARGIIC KRIIQICIIAS . . . Cuflahy . . . Spf-vvli . . . Transfer from I'W Milwaukvs- . . . Zota Phi Eta . . . Iilastvrn Orthodox Youth Fvllowship, Sc-c'l'otary . . . Campus Carnival, I'nion Committee. MARIA H. KRITUIIINIAN . . . LaCrossv . . . lilc-nufntary I+lcl1u-.a- tion . . . Sigma lfpsilon Sigma . . . lilizalwth Vl'ators, Sc-rvit'u Clltllf- man, Floor Chairman. KARICN Ii. KRITZ . . . Spring Green . . . Natural Sviviivo . . I'nion Cornniittvos: Iiatlgvr Block. CAROL KROICPLIN . . . Stratford . . . Home- T'it'0IlUIlIlf'S Ifclura- tion , . . Co-lCcl's VW-ck: Froshman Vlict-ki Homo lit-onoinivs High St-hool Day .... A Xlpha Xi Delta, House Pri-siclt-nt. DONALD P. KROICS . . . Fond flu Lac . . . Iilcctrit-:rl I'lI1jllll0Cl'Illg, . . . Nt-wnlan Clulr ..., A nierivan Instituto ot' I'llvt't.ric'al I'iIlgIIlt'l'l'S Instituto ot' Railio I'iIlgIIl0C1'S . . . Alpha Phi Omr-ga, Vivo-Pr'c-sitlont. C'HARI,l'INl'I KROHN . . . Shaker Ht.-ights, Ohio . . . Spa-ovh Cor- re-rtion . . . Sigma Alpha Eta, Revorcling Svc-rotary . . . Profc-ssional Panhvllvnic- Couuvil . . . I'nivQrsity Chorus . . . Hamilton Housm-, Vive- Prc-sitlout, S4-vu-tary, T1'0asu1'er. Alpha Iipsilon Phi, Sct:1'otal'y. RONALD D. IiRI'CIITlCN . . . Skokie . . . Mt-1-lnanival 1'l!lHlIll't'l'- ing ..., - Xnivrivan Sovivty ot' Mochanical Ifnginc-vrs . . . Sigma Alpha Ifpsilon. Housv Manager: Chronicler. GILRICRT G liRI'l'IGICR . . . Vlvausau . . . Natural Sc'im1c'v . . , Transft-r from VVausau lfxtonsion , . . Mock l,l'IIlOK'l'Iltll' Convvn- tion. Dc-lt-gation Illl2LI1'l!ltl1l . . . MHA, Optfn Houso Programs anml Invitations Conunitts-vsg Fall Dorm Leaclorship Qilllli-t'I'l'Il4'0 . , . VVinslow Housv, Sc-1'rotary-Trcasurerg Puhlivity I'hairman. MARILYN KAY KRIIIQGER ..., ' Xpplvton . . . O11-upat,ional Thvrapy . . . Transfvr from Mcnasha Plxtuusion . . . Oct'upat.ional Therapy Nowspapm-r, l'ltlit.or . . . Barlgs-r Blovki Or'1'upational Thor- apy Club . . . I,ut-tlkc Houso, Social Chairman. THOMAS RAYMOND KRIYEGHR . . . Gr:-4-n Ray . . . Marketing . . . Transfer from VYausau Iixtension . . . Marlwting Cluh. KRUEGER, V. - LAMPERT VAl,l'lllllil L. KRPEGICR . . . VVatc1'tow11 . . . l'lll'Ill0llilll'y Educa- tion . . . Dclta Zeta, Sccrctary. .IAMIQS ROBERT KRl'ICMPl'II,STAEDTl'IR . . ..Chicago Phvsical T'illl1C'11tl0I1. . . Phi lipsilon Kappa, Aryifi'-PI'4'Sllll'Ilt . . . II111' vmiefity Ma1'chi11g Baud: Ncw Stuclcnt Vilcck, Guirlc . . . Wl'liSil1l1gs VV cllllll, Bucky Baclgcr . . . ldllllllllil Chi Alpha, Social Chairmaii. RICHARD KRPMBIICGICL . . . Thrcc Lakes . . . PllttI'Il12L0y . . . 'TI'2LllSi-Cl' from Wausau l'Ixtc11sio11 . . . WiSi'CDIlSlll Pharmaccutical ,ASS0I'l2Li1i0Il, Plxecutivc lioarclg A111c1'ican Pll2l,l'IT12Ll'Clli1iK'2i.l Aasocia- tion . . . Ili' Council . . . P2LI'l'Ill-S Wcckcud, Faculty Panels Chalrma 11, Pul1licit,y clllZi,iI'I1'12lIlI P1'o111 Pl'0IT10tiOI1S Comniittccg Baclgcr Block . . Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Social CllHiI'Il12iIl. FICICIJICRICK CHARLICS KlRl'Sl'i. JR .... Il2Ll'2Lll00 . . . Electrical l'I11gi11cc1'i11g . . . Football. RUBICIQT EDWARD Klil'Sl'I . . . Madison . . . Mcchanical Engi- Il0l'l'lIlg . . . Phi Eta Sigma, Pi Tau Sigma, Tau Bctia Pi . . . Society of Aulornotivc Eiiginccrs, .'AIllC'I'il'2iI1 Socicty ol' Mcchanical Engi nccrs. BI'IV1'IliI1Y RUTH KPIGNZI , . . Hartford . . . Business Iiducation . . . Pita Kappa Lanilmda . . . Phi Chi Theta, Assistant Sc-c1'cta1'y . . . Calvary l1llt1l19I'tLI1 Stumlcnt Ccutcr . . . Elizabeth Wv2Lilll'S Hall, Dorm .luclicial Cl1ai1'I11a11: Vnit III. V1lI'02LSlll'0I', Lil11'a1'y clll2l.lI'Ill2lIl, Finance Co111111ittcc. Sccrctary. KAYJO ANNE Kl'ESTICli .... Cli111o11villc . . . Spanish , . . Pau Hcllcnic Council, Secrctary, Su111111c1' Rushing Cll2Lll'IT12LIl, Scholar- ship Ch:1,i1'ma11 . . . YWCA Council' Pan Hcl Ball A1'1'a11ge111e11ts Clll2lll'ITl2l,Il, Parcnts Wcckcml C0I11II1iti1CC5 Canipus Chest, Homo- Cominf Coniniittcc' Wisconsin Fo1'c11sic l711io11g Spanish Club, L 1 l'llll1'l'i2lilll'I'S Guilflg Junior Orchcsis . . . Sigma Kappa. DONALD MAN KPGLITSCH . , , lililwaukcc . . . Psychology . . . Psi Chi. FRANCIS li. KPHLS . , . Plvttcvillc . . . gxgl'iC'lllllll'Il,l I'kl11c:1tio11 . . . 1xl'21IlSf0l' from Plattcvillc Statc. INGICISORG NIARIA KVHN . . . Chicago . . . Accounting . . . Phi Chi Thcta . . . Summa-1' lloartli Sl'1li0I' Council . . . Scnior Dolphins, New Student Week Plilllllillfl' Committee: Tfuion Cl!-lJI'l1il1UiiOI1Q AWS, Fashion Show Set clllZlll'I1l2Lll. Publicity Com111ittccg Wiscon- sin Prcvicws: I'11io11, Public Hclations COIl1I11itiCl', Placs-111c11t Ql0Il1Illlli00 Chai1'ma11, lJlI'0f'i0l'1l,i0 TI'L'2LSlll'CI', Council . . . Alpha Phi. .lICll.liY J., KULHANPIK . . . Algoma . . . Civil T'lIlf2,'lllPK'l'iI1g . . , ,AI11l'l'i1'ILIl Socicty of Civil T'lIlglll1'0l'S. KAREN ICLAINE KVNZ . . . lilni Grove . . . Social VVo1'k . . . Sigma lflpsilon Sigma: SOIlll0II10l'l' Honors . . . Scnior Swingout . . . Kappa Alpha Thcta, S0f'I'41'i2ll'y. LICAH M. KPPFERSCHMID . . . LaCrosse . . . S1-co11tla1'y Edu- cation, Frcnch . . . Sigma Epsilon Siglllilg SOIJll0IHOI'l! Honors . . . l'Sl" . . . French Club, Campus Chcstg C0-ed Wcck . . . Elizabctli VV:1t1-rs, l'nit Social Clll1LiI'IlliLl1Q Kappa Dcltu. THOMAS DEAN KPSSOW . . . Oconto . . . Sacltllc antl Sirloin Clulm, St'f'l'0l2Ll'yQ Ag lxlifl-xvillfvl' liall. Cl1tIiI'l'112.I1Q Ag Stuclcnt Council, Prcsiclcntg IF Council: Stuclcnt Scnatc . . . Crow . . . Dclta Thcta Sigma. ANTHONY F. KVST . . . Pounrl .... A xgI'Tf'lllilll'2l.l lflxtcnsion . . . Blum- Shicltl . . . Dclta Thcta Sigma, Editor, Social fll12LiI'IY12t11, Scc1'ct:11'y, lt0lil'IllT MAYPIH KVVASS . . . Blucficld, W. Va .... -l'll'0Il0IHi4'S . . . Scahlmartl and T-llaclc. '.l.lI'K'IlSlll'l'I' . . . Provost Corps . . . Hoofcrs Sailing Clulm . . . Zcta Hcta Tau. JAMICS ARTHPR LA.-USS . . . clll1'liSS . . . Mccliaiiical l'I11gi11cc1'- ing: . . . Socicty of xAIl1l'l'iC'Ill1 iATK't'll2i,lliCFIl .l':I1glll0t'l'S. St'1'l'f'ifil'y , . . lliflc VFOILIII . . . Tau Ixappa lfpsilon. VVAYNIC ROBERT LA FAVIC . . . Dclavan . . . l'll'0ll0Il1iI'S... r1ll'l!1IlSi't'l' i'1'o111 TvI1iV9I'SitY of C:1lifo1'11ia . . . FTIHIIIVI' Socicty . .. Young Rcp11l1lica11S . . . Law School Association. l1UVVlCl1l. l.AITSCH . . . lN1ilwa11kcc . . . Political Scicncc . . . 'Tl'iLIlSi.l'l' i4l'OIl1 l'VV MllXY'illlkK'l' . . . Sigma Nu, RllSlllllgI, Clliiililliill. -ltlCllARl7 DOPGLAS LAMRI . . . T1IllN'21Si0I'. Ohio! .... Xccount- lllil . , . Socicty for thc .AllVilIlt'l'IIl0Ili- of NItl1l2lf.fOllll'lll . . . lgfltlgill' Prcvicws. . . Chi Psi. THOMAS NORMAN l,AMPl'illT . . . Chicago , . . lilcctiical T'iIlg'lIl0l'l'lllg.Z ..., 1 AIHUl'if'!lll lustitutc oi' Elcctrical l'llljIillK'K'l'S . . . T'lllgIlIll'l'l'illg l'lxpositio11, cllliliflllilll . . . Wrcstling . . . l,z1111l11la Chi Alpha, P1'csitlc11t. -Yi . ,gg-if . 'ggi-1... .. . ,- A .15-,Y 1- .fw- wigs! lim -,, v.,. W , J 5 l ix ' , ,Q ,. MH I ' If .ff ,. , 3 A 3- mm ,fm , L i Q e k t LANDSNESS -- LAUN, F. ,xNNIcTTi: MARIE Ihxxnsxlcss . . . AIQLIRSOII . . . sin-Qi-11 Cm-- J rection . . . Sigma Alpha Eta . . . Vnion Iuhlic Relations Com- mittee ...A Xlpha Gamma Delta, Rushing cllltlll'llltlIl. President. JOHN EDVVARD LANDVVEHR . . . Shehoygan . . , Economics . . . Transfer from Sheboygan Extension . . . Delta Sigma Pi. I'nion Representative. .IACK VVILLIAM LANE . . . Janesville. . . Light Building . . . Haresfoot Cluh . . . Sigma Chi, Rushing Chairman, Executive Committee, Pledge Trainer. .IIIDITH ELIZABETH LANE . . . Janesville . . , English . . . AVVS Co-ed's Week Committee . . . Pan-Hel ll" Chorus . . , Pan-Hel Rushing Counselor . . . Alpha Phi, Secretary, Treasurer. KENNETH LAWRENCE LANE . . . Shawano . . . Insurance . . Insurance Society . . . Kappa Sigma EDVVARD VVALTER LANG . , . Marinette . . . Economics . . . Transfer from Marinette Extension . . . Newman Chili . . . Finance Society, Society for the Aflvancement- ot Management. NANCY LOUISE LANGE . . . Vvauwatosa . . . Child Development . . . AVVS Publicity Committee . . . Student Guide . . . Pan-Hel and IF Chorus . . . Womens Athletic Association . . . Alpha Chi Omega, Secretary, VVENDELL B. LANGINIAN . . . Sturtevant . . . Economics . . . Transfer from Racine Extension . . . Sailing Club: Marketing Club, HETTE VIALH LANGTEAI' . . . VVauwatosa . . . Spanish . . . Phi Hetr. President-3 Professional Speech anml Music, Radio Hall Players, Professional Pan Hellenic Boarml. DONALD HERMAN LANGTEAIT . . . Manitowoc , . . Electrical Engineering . . . Transfer from Oklahoma ARM . . . Phi Eta Sigma . , . American Institute of Electrical Engineers . . . Theta Chi. ARLENE ANN LARSEN . . . Kenosha . . . Mcclical Technology . . . Transfer from Kenosha and Racine Extension . . . Alpha Dclta Theta . . . Chaflhourne Hall. LEE LARSEN . . . Spread Eagle . . . Economics , . . Transfer from Northern Michigan College . . . Turner House, President, Edu- cation and Scholarship Chairman. HARVEY ALLAN LARSON . . . Valilers .... Xccounting and Insurance, .IAMES EDVVARD LARSON . . . LaCrosse . . . Economics . Transfer from La Crosse State . . . Sigma Nu. LINDA LOUISE LARSON . . . Rochelle. Ill .... Elementary Edu- cation . . . Transfer from Florida Southern College . . . Of Thee I Sing . . . Delta Zeta, House President. ROBERT BERRIIM LARSON . . . West Allis . . . Geology . . . Transfer from Luther College . . . Geology Club . . . LSA Party Chairman, Choir. RONALD LEROY LARSON . . . Cumberlancl .... AP,'Y'l4'llltl1l'iLl Education . . . Saddle and Sirloin . . . Lutheran Student Association, Council Member . . . Delta Theta Sigma, Rushing Chairman. ALAN EIIGENE LASSER . . . lVIilwaukce . . . Metlical Science . . . Phi Eta Sigma . . . Phi Sigma Delta, Social Chairman, Song Chair- man, Campus Carnival Chairman, Humorology Chairman, Home- coming Chairman. KAY MAE LASVVELL . . . Byron, Ill ..,. English. F. DAVID LAIIN . . . Milwaukee . . . Mechanical Engineering . . . Transfer from UW' Milwaukee . . . Pi Tau Sigma. Corresponfling Secretary . . , American Society of Mechanical Enginee1's. LAUN, J. - LENZ, L. JAMES KARL LAI'N . . . Elkhart Lake . . . Speech . . . Transfer from Mission House College . . . MHA Library Committee . . . Mack House. RUTH J. LAVN . . . VVausaukee . . . Zoology . . . Newman Club . . . WSA Public Relations Committee, Summer Prom . . . Elizabeth Waters Unit V Union Representative. ESTER, HAVSER LAFRENCE . . . Madison . . . History . . Sigma Epsilon Sigma. GERALD JAMES LAVALLEY . . . Superior . . . Accounting . Transfer from Superior State . . . VVSA. CAROLYN ELIZABETH LAWLESS . . . Mt. Sterling, lll. . , Psychology . . . Transfer from Carleton College, MARY NELSON LAWNIN . . . St. Louis . . . Elementary Educa- tion . . . Transfer from Skidmore College . . . Delta Gamma, Treas- urer. EDWARD CHARLES LAWRY . . . Oregon . . . Electrical Engi- neering . . . American Institute of Electrical Engineers, Institute of Radio Engineers. RICHARD RAYMOND LAWTON . . . Viola . . , Soils . . . Sigma Omicron Beta, Alpha Sigma Sigma . . . MHA Student Conduct Committee . . . Union Music Committee . . . University Marching Band . . . Corps and Soils Club . . . Ochsner House. ALAN LAZARVS . . . Milwaukee . . . Actuarial Science . . . Transfer from UW Milwaukee . . . Basketball, Manager. JAMES M. LEAHY . . . Sauk City . . . Mechanical Engineering . . , Society of Automotive Engineers . . . Ochsner House. DOROTHY M. LECHNIR . . . Wauzeka . . . International Rela- tions . . . Sigma Delta Pi . . . Spanish Club, International Club . . . Union Placement Committee . . . Newman Club. BURTON C. LEE . .. Coon Valley . . . Natural Science . . . Mil Ball, Sub-Chairman . . . Lutheran Student Association. ROBERT E. LEE . . . Miami, Fla .... Electrical Engineering. JOHN P. LEIFER . . . Westby . . . Electrical Engineering . . . Transfer from Luther College .... A rnold Air Society .... A merit-an Institute of Electrical Engineers . . . Kappa Eta Kappa. DORIS SYLVIA LEIN . . . Janesville . . . Related Art . . . Marie Ovitt Scholarship . . . Related Art Club, Program Chairman, Presi- dent . . . Alpha Phi. FRANK JOSEPH LEITNER . . . Sheboygan . . . Electrical Engi- neering . . . Transfer from Sheboygan Extension . . . La Follette House, Vice President. JOYCE LEMERE . . . Two Rivers . . . Elementary Education . Dolphins. . . Alpha Gamma Delta. Editor. DARRELL HERBERT LFMKE . . . Oshkosh . . . History . . . Senior Class Council . . . MHA Cabinet, Personnel Committee . . . Wisconsin Previewsg l'nion Forum Committee: Campus Chest Dorm Chairman, DAVID VVILLIAM LEMKE . . . Racine . . . Mechanical Engi- neering . . . Chi Phi. EVERT JOHN LEMKVII .... Sheboygan . . . Mechanical Engi- neering . . . Transfer from Sheboygan Extension . . . Christian Re- formed Church Organization , . . American Society of Mechanical Engineers. LOWELL A. LENZ . . . Markesan . . . Accounting . . . Beta Alpha Psi, Treasurer: Wisconsin Insurance Society, Society for the Ad- vancement of Management . . . MHA Finance Committee, Chair- man . . . Vilas House, President, Vice-President. in 1-' w-55153 .C Y 1... 1 'Sus 1 5' 1 X.. 'f WY S 1' ,, , .1 f I 1 437 -E4 M . , ,lv 5:35. I , A VINCENT THOMAS LIA . . . Kenosha . . . Art Education . . . Transfer from Kenosha Extension . . . W Club . . . 770 Club. Decora- tions Chairman, Prom, Decorations Chairman , . . Scheders. KATHERINE LICHTFELDT . . . Thiensville . . . Child Develop- ment . . . Pan-Hal Rushing Counsellor . . . Orientation Week Com- mittee . . . Pi Beta Phi House President. ARTHUR EDWIN LIDDICOAT . . . Kenosha . . . Economics. KATHERINI1' ANN LIEBSCH . . . South Milwaukee . . . Social Work . . . Transfer from CW Millwaukee. . . Alpha Chi Omega, Treasurer. ORVAND A. LIEN . . . Clear Lake . . . :AIIIt'l'l4'tIIl Institutions . . Student Association, Council. ENID HORVVICH LIESS . . . Chicago . . . Elementary Education . . . Sigma Epsilon Sigma, Sophomore High Honors, Phi Kappa Phi, Phi Beta Kappa, Mortarboard. . .Badger Block, Big Sister, NeWStu- dent Week Guide, Wisconsin Previews . . . Union Music Committee, Secretary . . . Villa Maria, Song Chairman, Humorology Chairman Vice President, Judicial Board Representative, President. DONALD ARTHVR LINDGREN . . . Racine . . . Statistics . . . Transfer from Racine Extension . . . Alpha Kappa Psi . . . MHA Cabinet . . . Botkin House. NANCY .IEAN LINDGREN . . . Racine . . . Sociology . . . Transfer from Racine Extension . . . Sigma Epsilon Sigma . . . Hooters Sail- ing Club . . . Slichter Hall. JOHN ROBERT LINDOVV . . . Medford . . . Pharmacy . . . VVis- consin Pharmaceutical Society . . . Kappa Psi. KEITH DAVID LINDOVV. . . Madison. . .Accounting and Trans- portation . . . Alpha Kappa Psi, Treasurerg Beta Alpha Psi. FREDERICK FRANK LITTMANN . . .Sheboygan . . . Physical Therapy . . . Phi Kappa Phi, Phi Beta Kappa . . . Cavalry Lutheran Student Center, Choir, Council. HIIN GIAM DANIEL LIU . . . Manila Phill J Jines . . . Chemical I I 7 Engineering . . . American Institute of Chemical Engineers . . . International Club, Membership Chairman . . . Chinese Student Association, Vice President. 438 LENZE, M. - LIU MARY ELLENZ . . . Madison . . . Pharmacy . . . Rho Chi: Kappa Epsilon, Vice President: Wisconsin Pharmaceutical Society, Secre- tary . . . Cnion Dance Committee . . . Junior Dolphins . . . Chi Omega. Secretary, Rushing Chairman. GLENN ALLEN LERNER . . . Milwaukee . . . History . . . Trans- fer from CW Milwaukee . . . Hillel Foundation, Executive Council. FRED HARRY LESLIE . . . Milwaukee . . . Economics . . . Trans- fer from St. Olaf College. BARBARA KAE LETTSOME . . . Racine .... I Xrt Education . . Transfer from Racine Extension . . . Sailing Club. ALFRED WILLIAM LEVER . . . Rockville Centre, N.Y. . . . History . . . Octopus . . . Campus Blood Drive . . . Pi Lambda Phi. DORIS H. LEVIN . . . Milwaukee . . . Speech Correction . . . Senior Swingout Committee . . . New Student Guide. RALPH LAWRENCE LEVINE . . . Rochester. N.Y .... Psychol- ogy . . . ISA, Secretary, Vice President . . . Italian Club: Inter- national Club. LEONARD .IAY LEWENSOHIN . . . IVIilWaukee . . . Economns . . . Finance Clubg Transportation Club . . . Fencingg Golf. ROBERT ALAN LEWIS . . . Oshkosh . . . Music . . . Concert Band, Symphony Orchestra, Marching Band, University Chorus . . . Acacia. LOEHRKE - LUTZ RICARD I. LOEHRKE . . . Milwaukvo . . . lVIvc'hani1'al Engi- nvering . . . 'l'ransfPr from LVV Milwaukee . . . Sonic-ty of Autoniotivs- Engincvrs, Anierivan Soviety of lN'I1-1-l1a1iif'al i'l1!f.flIlPOI'S, Sorivty of f 'Q' , Student l'lIlf.fiIl0QI'S . . . Bac'c'hanal Manor, Housc- Presiflvnt. ANNE ELEANOR LOGE . . . South Milwaukt-0 . . . Pharniary . . . Q liho Chi, St'f'l'tlitLI'A' . . . l'niv1-rsity A Cappvlla Choir . . . Hznlgc-1' Club, Vim- P11-siclc-lit, VPl'l'I19lll't'I', Store Managvr. DONALD JAMES LOGEMANN . . . This-nsvillv . . .I'i1'4lIlOll1ll'S. . N f i ? l"inant's- Sovivty . . . Kappa Sigma. ri ' X A' E NANCY JOAN LOKEN ...A Xclains , . . Businvss Etluf-ation Phi Chi Thvta . . . l'nivvrsity Chorus: AVOIIIUIPS Chorus . . . Barn- ard Hall, l"x1-vutivv Council. Booklualpcr. DIANA SLE LOOCK . . . VVisr'onsin Rapids . , . G1-ology . . . Dol- phins. G4-ology Clulw, lfrc-n4'h Cluli . . . Alpha Claniina D1-lta. House' Prvsiflviit. PATRICIA A. 1.005 . . . Madison . . . Fcluvation . . . Transfvr from Carroll Collogc- . . . Chi Oinoga. YILMA LOPOLR . . . liavinv . . . Sovial VVork . . . Transfvr from Racine Extvnsion . . . Sigina Epsilon Sigma, Soplnoniorc- Honors . . . ,FM l'nion Danvv COII1Il1lll0t', Young Dr2moc'rats. Wome-n's Chorus, W' Humorology . , . Amlta'st-n Houst-, Sovial Chairman. l GLENN EDVVARD LURENZ . , . LaCross0 , . . Civil Eilgiiiemilig r i . . . Transfvr from LaCrosse Stain College ..., Xinurican Sovicty of W 'K Civil Eilgima-1's. M V . LEONARD L. LOVDICN . . . lit-avi-r Dani .... A vcountingz . . . ig, X Transfc-r from MCNQ-e-so State . . . livta Alpha Psi. gi ,Y g , . RICHARD ALAN LOLNDY . . . Vvllllltxittf, Ill .... Finanw- . . . Transfer from Mivhigan State . . , Alpha Epsilon Pi, Pledge: Master. gh k,.v - GKETCHEN BERENICE LOVVE, . . . Eau Clairv . . . Honu- Evo- A 1' " i. ,.. .M noniics . . . Phi Vpsilon Oinir-ron, Iiilmrarian-Historian5 Omit-ron Nu, 5 ' 'fI'02LSllI'Cl'Q Sophomore Honors . . . AWS Coeds Wm-ok . . . Homo Eco- . W , noniivs Hospitality Day, Registration, Chairman . , . Bowling Club . . . Alpha Xi Delta, Corrosponfling Ser-rt-t:n'y, Svholarship Chairman, Plc-mlgv Presiclunt. DAVID LITDVVIG. . . l"on1l1luLac- . . . NIOf'll2LIlil'2Ll EIlgiIli'i'l'iIlQ.I. .. Sorioty of Automotivc Engiiie-ers. .,.. if Q H X , 5, 2 sf fi 1 A 1 4 E 5 : LW E TERHANCE HERMAN LUECK. . . Milwauks-1' . . . El'0Il0Illl1'S . . Transfer from UW Milwaukve . . . Theta Delta Chi. Eli ICH R. l.l'EDTKE . . . Franltfort. Minh .... History . . Alpha Chi Rho. SANDRA JEAN LUESCHOW . . . Verona . .. Clothing and Tox- tilvs . . . Weslciy' Foundation. D, VVAYNE LLKAS .... Xntigo . . . Physival Eilum-ation . . . Phi Epsilon Kappa . . . Track . . . Kappa Sigma. JANET LEE LVKAS . . . Madison . . . English Education . . AWS . . . Alpha Chi Onu-ga. JAMES ROBERT LVND . . . Milwaulwv . . . G1-ology . . . Transfer from UVV Milwaukev . . Prcis Housu, He-all Iishor . . . Gi-ology Club . . . Bashford, St'I'l'l?L1Ll'A'-Tl'OilSl1I'Ul'Q Alpha Phi Onie-ga. C. ELEANOR LVNDE . . . Madison . . . History. TOM OSWALD LEPINSKI . . . Milwaukee . . . Civil l"illglIlt'l'l'lI1g . . . Iiatlgvr, Amlvvrtising Managvr: liatlgzvr Boartl. Prosi4lvnt. . . . Honu-voming Danrv, Co-Cliairnian. MHA Chorus . . , ROTC Pistol Ta-ani . . . Thi-ta Chi, Campus Carnival Chairman. RICHARD WALLACE LUTZ . . . Ovonornowom' .... Atlvm-rtising . . . Alpha Dvlta Sigma. Marketing Club . . . Daily Carclinal . . . Il+'Chorus . . . Phi Gannna Dvlta, Plorlgv Trains-r. 439 LYNCH - MANTON P-XMl"l A AI IYNCH lflkhorn lourn-ilism T1 nsf . 4 1 4A.4, , , . 4 A , . . Q , . - I 'li nf QI' from.Marquette Ifniversity . . . Theta Sigma Phi . . . Daily Cardinal, Public Relations Director: Octopus . . . Pan Hel lNIechanics Rushing Chairman: Campus Carnival, Publicity Chairman: Homecoming, Publicity Chairman, I'nion News Rureau: Humorology, Publicity Chairman, Pan Hel Rall, Publicity Skit Chairman . . . Badger Beauty 1956: Mil Ball Queen. 1956 . . . Gamma Phi lieta. P PHILIP J, LYONS . . . Chicago . . . Political Science . . . IF .ludi- cial Board. IIIIIOI. Public Relations Committee. Senior Council . . . Badger lilock, Designing Chairman, Publicity Chairman. General Chairman: Campus Carnival, Promotions Chairman: VVinter Week. Publicity Committee, Haresfoot . . . Crew . . . Zeta lieta Tau. GLADYS A. MARE . . . VVailuku, Maui-Hawaii . . . Elementary Education . . . Hui O Hawaii Club. Vice President . , . Scheders. Recording Secretary . . . Chadbourne Hall. l'llizahet,h lVaters Hall. RACHEL MACAI'L.-XY . . . Madison . . . Home Economics . . . Pan Hel Ball, Promotions Committee, Iligh School Home Ee Day Guide . . . Alpha Chi Omega. CLAIRE SPE MACDONALD . . . Oshkosh . . . English . . . Trans- fer from Oshkosh State . . . Prom Court. Summer 1956 . . . Eliza- beth lfVaters Hall, Communications Committee. FRANK ISRVCE MACDOVGAL . . . Portage . . . lfinance . . . Finance Society . . . National Defense Transportation Association . . . Theta Chi, Chaplain, Treasurer, Summer School President. ROBERT VICTOR MACHACEK . . . Bellwood. Ill ,... Econom- ics . . . Finance Society . . . Provost Corps, Military Police Ad- vanced ROTC . . Lutheran League . . . Boxing. DARRELL WILLIAM MACINTYRE . . . Madison . . . Econom- ies . . . Young Republicans . . . Phi Gamma Delta, Historian, Rush- KENNETH JOHN MACK . . . Madison . . . Chemical Engineer- ing . . . Alpha Phi Omega. .... A merican Institute ot' Chemical Engi- neers . . . Phi Kappa Sigma. Secretary. ing Chairman. 2 WNV ' 'Q .xy T .1 4-uk f , or Q I - M li '-uhm. 5 A I ,,:. , ,,.. , . "S"k:g ,. K I 440 2 4 if 'W' - ' H I 'ra an 'r 9 ,5 -HQ, ? THOMAS ALBERT MACK . . . Madison . . . Mining Engineer- ing . . . VV Club. Treasurer . . Mining and Metallurgy Club, Treas- urer . . . Basketball, Track . . . Sigma Chi. RAYMOND ANDREAS MADRITSCH . . . Milwaukee . . . Phar- macy . . . Transfer from LAY Milwaukee . . Phi Chi, President . . . Wisconsin Pharmaceutical Society, Kappa Psi. GERALD JOHN IVIAHALKO . . . Summit. Ill .... Agricultural Economics . . . Pershing Rifles. ANDREVV ROBERT MAILER, .IR .... Madison . . . Industrial Management . . . Senior Honors, Reta Alpha Psi . . . Society for the Advancement, of Management . . . LW' Men's Chorus . . . Boxing . . . Chi Psi. LLOYD EDVVARD MAKELA . , . Iron River . . . Chemical Engi- neering . . . Phi Eta Sigma: Theta Tau, Historian . . . American lnstitute of Chemical Engineers. Secretary . . . Independent Stu- dent Association . . . Lutheran Student Association. CHARLOTTE AN NETTE MALKIN . . .Milwaukee . . , Speech . . . Phi Beta . . . Hillel, Student Council Secretary . . . W'isconsin Players, SANFORD RICHARD MALLIN . . . Milwaukee . . . Medicine . . . Phi Eta Sigma, Phi Kappa Phi . . . lfnion Forum Committee . . . Phi Delta Epsilon, President . . . Phi Sigma Delta. .IANICE MALMSTEN . . . Forks, VVash .,.. History . . , Trans- ter from Yvashington State College . . . Spanish-Portuguese Club . . . Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship. Program Chairman . . . Spencer House. DAVID VINCENT MALONE . . . Bloomer . . . Commerce . . . lNIarketing Club . . . MHA Central Social Committee . . . Hooft-r's Canoe Club . . . Kappa Sigma. Athletic Chairman. ROBERT ALLAN MALSCII . . . Lake Geneva . . . Chemical Engineering .... I American lnstitute of Chemical Engineers . . . MHA Loans Committee . . . Siebecker House, Alpha Chi Sigma. THOMAS JOHN MALVEG . . . Clintonville . . . Psychology , . . I'niversity Bands. I'niyersity Symphony Orchestra . . . Gregory House: Social Chairman, President. .lllDlTH ANN MANTON .... Ioliet, Ill .... Speech Correction . . . Campus Chest. General Chairman, AWS Co-Ed's Week Fashion Show. Personnel Chairman . . . Kappa Alpha Theta. , V J MARCH - MAURER WILLIAM VICTOR. MARCH . . . Cliif-ago ..., A t'z'ount.ing . . . Beta Alpha. Psi . . . Basvball. Travk . . . llnivorsity YMCAQ Treas- urer, Financm- Committvr- Chairnian, STEPHEN IIOVVARD NIARCLS . . . Milwaukcv .,.. AITOIIIITIIIQI . . . Houso CtJlI1111iii,K'l'. CllIlII'II11iIlI Danro Committvu: Badger Olympirs, Nc-W Studviit Wm-lx . . . Hills-l . . Pi Lambda Phi, Presi- Avgl dont. JOHN VICTOR MARIK . , . Ili-rwvn, Ill .... Mor'hani1'al l'li1gir1oo1'- f M7 if Aff t l W 1' ff K X at fwi DON VVALTIGR MARTFNS . . . Darlington . . . Pvtroleum Geology . . . Tau Beta Pi. Dclta Epsilon . , . Ameri4'an Instituto of Mvtal- Prosidont. lurgzic'al Eiigim-vrs, Secretary . . . MHA Cabinvt. Finanro Com- mittoo Athletic' Committc-v, Stort- Committov . . . Jones House, BICRDINE MARY MARTIN . . . Black River Falls . , . Orrupa- tional Therapy . . . Orvupational Therapy Club . . . Lnion Craft Committoo . . . Slivhtor Hall, Soc-ial Chairman. DICVVAYNIC C. H. MARTIN . . . Stevens Point . . . Geology . . Transfer from Central Stato Collom- . . . Hooi'or's Outing Club. LICO JOSEPH MARTIN . . . ldastman .... A Xgrim-ultural Isfxtvnsion . . . Nowman Club, Vivo President, Choir. LLOYD WILLIAM MARTINSON . . . Taylors Falls, Minn. . . . Elm-trical Enginvs-ring . . . Eta Kappa Nu . . . American Instituto of Itllectrical Engineers, Instituto of Radio Itlnginoers, Correspond- ing Secretary . . . Badger Vetorans Organization, Treasurs-r . . . Wvsloy Student Ifoundation . . . Kappa Eta Kappa. THOMAS IRVIN MASE . . . Rhinolander . . . History . . . Ifnion House Committvo, Homoroming Button Sales Chairman . . . Grog- ory House, Svr'i'vt:i1'y, Social Chairman. MARILYN ANFTTIQ MASON , . . New Lisbon . . . Homo Iilro- noniics . . . Phi I'psilon Omirron . . . Iiluthonirs . . . VVcsIey Founda- tion Stud:-nt Assoviation . . . Thrvv Squarvs Club. Rovording Som'- rotary. SLZANNE BICATRICI-I MASON . . . Cliippvwa Falls . , . Psy- 4-hology . . . '1II'tlllSl'l'l' from Rosary Collt-gc' . . . Ilnion House- Com- Il1III.Ut', Badger lilorlt Committm-, Now Studont Wovk . . . Pi Rota Phi. ISICRNICIHI ANN MATIQICKA . . . Milwaukc-1' . . , Hospital Divtvt- ivs . . , Transfvr from VVS' Milwaukve' . . . Phi I'psilon Omit-ron. Corrvsponding Sl't'l't'I2il':V . . . I'IllIllC'llit'S. Corrm-sponding Scc'1't-t:1.1'y, Prvsidvnt: Homo lic- High St-hool Day. Programs Chairman . . . lflizabvth Watt-rs Ilall, I'nit Art Chairman. l'nit Dining Room fIIlil,Il'II1tLIl. DARLICNIC IC. MATSON . . . Stoughton . . . Marlwling . . . D1-Ita Zvta. VVILLIAM JOHN MATTICS . . . Ravinv . . . CIIIUIIIIUIII I'IIlgIllt'l'l'- ing: . . . Transfor from Ravine I'lxt0nsion . . . Phi Itlta Sigma . . . Ainvrivan Instituto of Clivniival l'lnginc0rs . . . Tarrant Housv, Social Chairman. BARBARA ANN INIAI'RI'fR . . . IXIIIIIITOXVOU . , . I'IlK'IDG11itll'y liclu- vation . . . Transfvr from NOl'illNYl'SIlxl'II . . . l'nion Dance Commit- tvv . . . Alpha Chi Omvga. ing . . . Transl'vr from Morton Junior Colle-go . . . Lambda Chi Alpha. LOUIS P. MARINACCIO . . . Sheboygan . . . I'llom'trit'al I'Il1gI11l?CI'- ing . . . Transfor from Shvgoyban Iixtonsion . . . Ann-rivan Instituto of IQlcctric'al lilngineers. DOROTHY MARLING . . . Madison . . . Rt-Iatccl Art . . . Phi I'psilon Omivron . . . Homc- ICc'ononiif's Hospitality Day, Commit- tee Chairman: Related Art Club: Honis- I'll'0I10I11IC'S Counvil Rvpro- svntativt- . . . Gamma Phi lim-ta. Trcasurs-r. MAYNARD JAMES MARSHALL . . . Ric-hland Cc-rits-r . . . Dairy Industry . . . Agriculture Studc-nt Counril, Saddle and Sirloin Club, Babcock Dairy Scierivu Club ...' L'nivvrsity Glee Club, President . . . Babrovk House, Prt-sidc-nt. WILLIAM GRANT MARSHALL . . . Madison . . . Chi-mical Iingineering . . , Tau Beta Pi . . . Base-ball . . . Sigma Chi. CLARENCE HAROLD MARTEN, JR .... Wausau . . . Account- ing . . . Phi Kappa Phi, B4-ta Gamma Sigma, Delta Epsilon, Sopho- more Honors . . . Blue Shit-ld 4-H Club , . . MHA Finance Commit- tveg Studvnt Conduct Board: Store Vim: Pri-sidc-nt, Accountant . . . Gregory Housog Prcsidont, S0c'retal'y, Athls-tir Chairman. GORDON COR,NELII'S MARTEN . . . VVausau . . . Agronomy . . . Transfvr from Wvausau Extension . . . Alpha Zota, Prvsident, Phi Eta Sigma, Sophomort- Honors . . . Dc-Ita Thvta Sigrna. 441 If 1 Q '- -uf Q 5 A ii it l 3 NYSE -- I . W.-1 L--' Q- 3' 'Q' ' :TH:'F,3, av ,' f f W .Lvl if - v- 'Wa ff S yn, - I? W 1. , 9. A in te 3 Q t Q a3OfSl'zwJ 5 If 1 tk? ti., it A :gf gr 'ii 4 MAURITZ - McLAUGHLIN VVILLIAM JOSEPH MAITKITZ . . . Oshkosh . . . Pharmacy . . . Transfer from Oshkosh State . . . Wiiseonsin Pharmaceutical Asso- UIHIIUII, American Pharmaceutical Association. JOSEPH HENRY MAYER , . . Chilton . . . Pharmacy . . . Transfer from Oshkosh State College . . . Kappa Psi, Regent: Wiseonsin Pharmaeeutical Association. BERTA MAYOR . . . Washington, D.C .... Dietetics . . . Euthenies . . . l'nion Dance Committee . . . Chi Omega, Corresponding See- retary, ROBERT WILLIAM MAZLR EK . . . Milwaukee . . . Transporta- tion . . . Transportation Club . . . Aeaeia, Junior Dean, Soeial Chair man. MARTHA LOUISE MCASSEY . . . Madison . . . Speech Correc- tion . . . Transfer from UW Milwaukee . . . Sigma Alpha Eta. Scheders . . . Gamma Phi Reta. DONALD ROY lN'IeCALLl,'lNI . . . Menasha , . . American History . . . Badger Veterans Organization . . . Cres .... Xlpha Chi Rho. BARBARA JEAN MCCANN . . . LaCrosse . . . Elementary 'Edu- eation . . . Transfer from UW Milwaukee . . . Seheders, President . . . Ivnion House Representative. PATRICIA LEE MCCARTHY . . . Oshkosh . . . Art . . . Transfer from Oshkosh State . . . Badger . . . Orientation VVeek . . . Langdon Manor, Vice President, Treasurer. NANCY LEE MCCLELLAN . . . Manitowoc . . . Speech . . . Trans- fer from Manitowoc Extension . . . Chadbourne Hall. Social Chair- man: Radger Club, Muisie Chairman. DONALD L, NIUCONAGHY . . . LaCrosse . . . Civil Engineering . . . Transfer from VVhitewater State . . . American Society of Civil Engineers. JOAN LEIGH MCCULLOCCII . . . Portage . . , Elementary Edu- cation . . . Transfer from University of Washington . . . Sophomore Honors . . . Wesley Stlldent Association . . . Freshman Orientation, Ynion Film Committee, VVSA Prom Committee . . . Alpha Gamma Delta. RIQSSEL DVANE Mc'CI'TCHI'ION . . . Eau Claire . . . Labor Management . . . Alpha Kappa Psi . . . VViseonsin Forensic l'nion . . Faville House, Treasurer. JAMES WALLIN MCDONALD . . . Two Rivers .,.i Xceounting . . . W Club. . .Golf. JCNE ANN NICFARLIN .... -X dams . . . Freneh . . . Sophomore Honors . . . French Club . . . French House, President. BRUCE HENRY MUGARJGLE . . . VVauwa1,osa . . . Art Eduea- tion . . . Transfer from UW Milwaukee .... A lpha Delta Sigma, Vice President . . . Wisconsin Players . . . Noyes House. PATRICIA ANNE MCGOLDRICK . . . Fond du Lac . . . Econom- ics . . . Transfer from St. Norberts College .,.. A WS Fashion Show Committee . . . Delta Delta Delta, Rushing Chairman, Song Director. BETTY JEAN MCGUIRE .... Xlgonquin. lll .... Physical Medi- eine . . . Transfer from Flora Macdonald College . . . Physical Therapy Club . . . Badger Rloek . . . Cochrane House, Social Chair- mang Ketterer House, Soeial Chairman. JOHN E. Mc'KENNA .... Xntigo . , . Medieine. GRACIA WARD MCKENZIE . . . Hubbard Woods, Ill. . . Home Economies . . . Phi Cpsilon Omieron . . . AWS Honor Chairman. Women's Administrative Council . . . Senior Swingout, General Chairman, WAA Board, P:u'ent's Weekend Central Planning Com- mittee . . . Delta Gannna: Ann Emery Hall. Treasurer. JAMES K. MCKINNON . . . Milwaukee . . . Personnel Psychology . . . Daily Cardinal, Sports Reporter . . . Alpha Chi Rho. MARLENE ANN MCLAITGHLIN . . . Elm Grove . . . Art . . Badger . . . Union Crafts Committee .... A lpha Chi Omega. MCLEOD - MERACLE ALVIA DARLENE MCLEOD . . . Bounty, Saskatchewan, Can- ada . . . Vocal Education . . . Transfer from Royal Conservatory of Music of Toronto Saskatchewan Extension . . . Sigma Alpha Iota, President . . . Uriion Music Committee, Chairman,.Union Direc- torate, International Club, Union Theater Programming Board . . . Slichter Hall: Harris Hall, Council Member. PAUL ARTHUR MCLEOD . . , Madison . . . Medicimf . . - Phi Eta Sigma, Sophomore High Honors . . . Phi Chi. MARY ETHEL MCMAHON . . . Waukesha ..., Xrt Education . . . AWS Representative, I'nion I'sher, Badger Ice Review, Campus Carnival, Badger Block, New Student Week, Senior Swingout, Winter Week, Humorology, Hooferls Ski Club . . . Barnard Hall, Executive Council. FRANK LANDIS MUNAMARA . . . Randolph . . . Geography . . . Transfer from Plateville State. JANE ELLEN MCNEELY . . . Cape Girardeau, Mo .,.. Speech . : . Transfer from Southeast Missouri State College . . . Wisconsin Players . . . Hass House, Social Chairman. MONNIE PRESTON MCPHERSON . . . Racine . . . Sociology . . . Transfer from Racine Extension. RICHARD WAYNE McVEY . . . Madison . . . Speech . . . Delta Ifpsilon. THOMAS EUGENE MEANS . . . Beloit . . . Mechanical Engi- neering . . . Daily Cardinal, Business Manager . . . IF Council, Treasurer, Senior Council . . . Humorology, Financial Chairman . . . Beta Theta Pi, President. MARION MEANY . . . Chicago . . . English . . . Ivnion Music Committee, Campus Chest Coordinators Committee, Winter Week Ice Skating Show, Pan Hel Ball Entertainment Committee, Pan Hel Quota System Committee . . . University Mixed Chorus . . Kappa Delta, President, House President. RONALD T. MEI-ILUM . . . Viroqua . . . Economics . . . Transfer from Ripon College . . . Marketing Club, Salesmanship Clinic Com- mittee, Finance Society . . . Basketball . . . Sigma Nu. DOREE ESTHER MEIER . . . Withee . . . Elementary Education . . . Transfer from Eau Claire State College . . . Scheders . , . USF . . . French Club, Wisconsin Education Association, Stage Craft Club. ROGER DALE MElER . . . Withee . . . Electrical Engineering , . . Transfer from Superior State College . . . Eta Kappa Nu . . . Ameri- can Institute of Electrical Engineers, Institute of Radio Engineers. SUZANNE SMITH MEIKLEJOHN . . . VVellesly, Mass .... Art History . . . St. Francis, Coffee Chairman, Tea Hostess . . . Lakota House, Judicial Chairman, CLAIRE ANN MEISENHEIMER . . . Hartland . . . Social Work , . . Women's Dolphins. ROBERT JOSEPH MEISSNER . . . lVIadison . . . History. BETH ELAINE MELANG . . . VVausau . . . Pharmacy . . . Transfer from Wausau Extension . . . Rho Chi, Kappa Epsilon . . . Wisconsin Pharmaceutical Society . . . Barnard Hall. SUE MELLENCAMP . . . Shorewood . , . Business Education . . , Phi Chi . . . Professional Pan Hel, Treasurer . . . Future Service Wives, President . . . Wisconsin Previews . . . Delta Gamma. LYNN H. MELLENTHIEN . . . Horicon . . . Applied Art . . . Art Student League . . . Lutheran Student League . . . Acacia, Secretary. BARBARA KATHRINE MELVIN . . . Des Moines, Ia. . . . English . . . VVSA Public Relations Committee . . . Union Placement Committee: Prom Publicity and Public Relations Committee . . . Delta Gamma. DAVID MARCH MENZEI .... Oshkosh . . . Accounting . . . Beta Alpha Psi, Pledge Chairman, Vice President . . . Delta Tau Delta. QUENTIN RALPH MERACLE . . . Kane, Pa .... History . . . Wesley Foundation. ii gif K -f fi, ' -li" E v' :' V. ' ,fats ' V vi -, . 3 after ef 511279. , A -M.-:Z:'--" ' 3 5 5 2 Q as .Q 4 if inte it K. fi gave Ria wi 443 MERKOW - MILLER LEONARD PHILIP MERKOW . . . Milwaukee . . . Medical Science . . . Phi Delta Epsilon. DENNIS F. MERONEK . . . Madison . . . Electrical Engineering . , . Tau Beta Pi . . . Eta Kappa Nu. WILLIAM JOHN MERRILL . . . Marinette . . . Accounting . . . Phi Eta Sigma . . . Beta Alpha Psi. GEORGE DEL MERTEN . . . Waukesha . , . Medical Microbiol- ogy . . . A Cappella Choir . . . Theta Chi, Secretary. LYNDA LEE MERTZ . . . Silverton, Colo .... Business Education . . . Transfer from University of Colorado . . . Phi Chi Theta . . . Co-Edls Week, Badger Block . . . Langdon Hall, Festival Chorus, Carroll Hall. LUCIA MARY METCALF . . . Madison . . . Occupational Ther- apy . . . Badger . . . Union Dance Committee ..., A klpha Xi Delta Treasurer. JAMES STUART METZ . . . Milwaukee . . . Political Science . . . Humorology . . . Pi Lambda Phi. VINCENT JOSEPH MEULEMANS . . . Wrightstown . . . Market- ing . . . Transfer from St. Norberts College . . . Insurance Society: Marketing Club, Treasurer . . . MHA Film Committee . . . Turner House, Vice President, Secretary. CAROLINE ELISE MEYER . . . Madison . . . Occupational Ther- apy . . . Channing Club . . . Occupational Therapy Club, Vicc-Presi- dent, Union Dance Committee, New Student Week, Hoofers, Ifnion Gallery Committee, Prom 1957. Decoration Committee GEORGE WALLACE MEYER . . . Wauwatosa , . . Economics . . . Transfer from UW Milwaukee . . . WSA Special Projects Depart- ment Director, Summer Prom, Finance Chairman, Campus Carni- val, Finance Chairman, Parents Week End Union Representative , Programs and Invitations Chairman, Union Public Relations Com- mittee, WSA Executive Committee, MHA Central Social Com- mittee . . . Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Chaplain, Public Relations, Spooner House, Social Chairman. JANET .IUNE MEYER . . . Matteson,Ill . . . History . . . Sigma Epsilon Sigma, Sophomore Honors . . . Scheders, German Club . . . Alpha Gamma Delta, Secretary, First Vice President, Pan-Hal Council. RICHARD ARNOLD MEYER . . . Sheboygan . . . Journalism . . . W Club, Secretary . . . WSA Academic Affairs, Chairman . . . Union Public Relations Committee, Union House Committee, Badger Olympics, Chairman . , . IF Council . . . Track, Cross Country . . . Beta Theta Pi, Editor, Vice President. RITA M. MEYER . . . Milwaukee . . . Economics . . . Humorology Winter Week ..., A lpha Chi Omega. DONALD ANTHONY MEYERHOFER . . . Kaukauna . . . Mechanical Engineering . . . Society of Automotive Engineers American Society of Mechanical Engineers. ELWOOD JOHN MEYERS , . . Wausaukee . . . Electrical Engi- neering . . . Transfer from Marinette Extension . . . Gregory House. FRANK ARTHUR MEYERS , , . Madison . . . Correctional Admin- tration . . . Badger Block . . . Kappa Sigma. JOHN HERMAN MIDDEL . . . Madison . . . Labor Management . . . Alpha Kappa Psi . . . Society for the Advancement of Manage- ment . . . W Club, Swimming. DAVID H. MIDDLETON . . . Madison . . . Mechanical Engineer- ing . . . W Club . . . Student Athletic Board . . . Swimming, Captain. STANLEY MIEZO, JR .... Milwaukee . . . Medical Science . . . Union Commons Committee . . . Medichoir . . . Lambda Chi Alpha, Rushing Chairman. EDMIIND ALFRED MIKALOFSKY, JR .... Sheboygan . . . Pharmacy . . . Transfer from Sheboygan Extension . . . Wisconsin Pharmaceutical Society, Treasurer, Committee Chairman, American Pharmaceutical Association . . . Kappa Psi, Pledge President. DABID HERMAN MILLER . . . North Fond du Lac . . . Electrical Engineering . . . Institute of Radio Engineers, American Institute of Electrical Engineers . . . Turner House, President, Education and Scholarship Chairman. MILLER - MORRIS DONALD VERNON MILLER . . . lNIadison .... A gricultural Eco- nomics . . . Saddle and Sirloin Club: Veterinary Science Club, Parliamentarian , . . Pledge Presidents Council, Treasurer . . Marching Band, Concert Band . . . Sigma Alpha Epsilon. HENRICA B. MILLER . . Glencoe, Ill .... Speech . . . Enter- tainers Guild, Public Relations Committee, Homecoming Com- mittee, Union Ambassador, University of Wisconsin Players . . Dolphins . . . Hillel Foundation . . . Tower View, Union House Representative. JAMES FERGl'SON MILLER . . . Chicago . . . Mechanical Engi- neering . . . American Society of Mechanical Engineers . . . Psi Epsilon, Secretary. JAMES LOUIS MILLER . . . VVest Bend . . . Physical Education. KAREN B. MILLER . . . San Francisco . . , Political Science . . . Sophomore Honors . . . All Campus Blood Drive. Publicity Chair- man: Union Dance Committee . . . Hooters, Women's Senior Dol- phins. KATHERINE MARIE MILLER . . . Minor, N. Dali .... Dance Orchcsis Ilniversit Rc li ious Council Calvai Lutheran ..y ag .,-"y Chape, Choir . . . Alpha Gamma Delta, Chaplain. MARGARET MARY MILLER . . . Sturgeon Bay . . . Home Eco- nomics . . . Euthenics . . . New Student Week: WAA, Dolphins, Secretary Treasurer, Humorology: Tournament of Song . . . Hoofcrs Ski and Sailing Clubs . . . Elizabeth Waters Hall, Campus Carnival Publicity Chairman, Delta Delta Delta, Corresponding Secretary. NANCY LEE MILLER . . . Madison . . . Physical Medicine . . . Physical Therapy Club. THOMAS WINFIELD MILLER , . . Madison . . . Accounting . . . Finance Society . . . Basketball, Track . . . Delta Tau Delta, Ath- letic Chairman. CAROL JEAN MINSHALI .,.. Milwaukee . . . Mathematics . . . Union Social Forum, Ifnion Theater l'sher, Orientation Week: Badger Block . . . Charbourne Hall, Judicial Council, VVinter VVeck Chairman, Campus Carnival Chairman. Tri-Dorm Formal Dinner Chairman. VERA B. MIR E . . , Madison . . . American Institutions . . . Transfer from Carleton College . . . Union Personnel Committee . . . Hoofcrls . . . Channing Club. JOHN E. MISSELHORN . . . Milwaukee . . . Mechanical Engi- neering . . . Transfer from IIW Milwaukee . . . Pi Tau Sigma, Treas- urer, Vice President . . . American Society of Mechanical Engineers, Society of Student Engineers, Society ot Automotive Engineers . . MHA WOI'kSlllIJ, Chorus . . . Mack House, SOC121lCl1ti1I'II1ZlI1. VVILLIAM JOHN MITCHELL . . . LaCrosse . . . Economics . . . Transfer from LaCrosse State College . . . Insurance Society: Fi- nance Society . . . Newman Club . . . Tau Kappa Epsilon. ROBERT GERALD MIX . . . Manitowoc . . . Economics . . . Transfer from Manitowoc Extension . . . Society for the Advance- ment of Management . . . WMHA, Public Relations Director . . . Newman Club. LLOYD WILLIAM MIXDORF . . , Milwaukee . . . Correctional Administration . . . Transfer from IIW Milwaukee . . . Correctional Administration Club, President, Membership Committee. VERN J. MONIGAL . . . Green Bay . . . Psychology . . . Senior Council, VVSA Personnel Committee. RICHARD LEE MOON . . . Richland Center . . . Medical Science , . . Phi Eta Sigma . . . Theta Chi. LEAETTA STEINMANN MOORE . . . Monroe . . . History . . . Medigal Chorus, Director . . . Pres House: Choir, Choir Council . . . Anderson House, Secretary. VVILLIAM BARRETT MORGAN . . . Williams Bay . , . Math. JOHN L. MORGEN . . . New Holstein . . . Marketing. . . Crew . . . Phi Sigma Kappa. JI'DITH BURTON MORRIS . . . Ithaca, N.Y .... Dance . . . AWS Committees, ILS Council . . . Senior Orchsis, Treasurer . . . Chi Omega, Rushing Chairman. I ! i Y , Lv V '? A ff w 7' f 4, , 595, Wm ' 1 X2 K gm , RONALD RAYMOND MUNSON . . . Shorewood . . . I'Ilc-1-tric':1l I'lllg'IIl00l'IIlf.f. . . 'liI'2lllSfK'l' from I'VV INIilw:uikvm- . . . Instituto of Iizulio I-lngim-1-rs. .'AIllUI'lI'Illl Institute of Ijlm't1'ic':1l liligiln-01's , . . Kappa lim Iinppn. .IANIS ANN MVIIIJOCIK . . . Vlvost Allis. . . Physivxil I'llllU'iliIOll , . . Physical I'lllllC'2lIIOYl liozml Mc-mher, Progrziin Cliaiirinzuig I'nivv1'sity Chorusg VVoin:Ln's Athletic' Cluhg YGOP . . . Ii:u'n:u'cl Hull, Sovial Cll1tiI'I11ILIl, Vic'o-Pri-sitloiit. DAVIS lVIl'IIPIIY . . . WILIISHII ..., xl'4'OllIlllllllf . . . 'IlI'2lIlSI'0l' from WILIISILII Ifxtvnsion . . . ML-n's Halls Stow, Vivo Pi'vsifl1'nt . . . Sum- mcr Prom, l"il1:n14'r- Cll2LIl'IT12lIl . . . Gilman Ilouso, Sor'i:1l Chrmirnizm. .IAIYIFS .IOSICPII IVIIIIIPHY . . . IXIin01':1l Point . . . lN'I:1l'liriti1lg . . . MIL1'lilIiIIlL1clllllJ . . . Nvwnizln Club. JAMES CIIARIIICS MVIIIIAY . . Niugzzmi , . . I'lC0ll0IHiC'S . . . Finzuim- Fovic-ty: Insurunve Sovioty . . . Footlmll . . . lin Folh-ttc House, Soviril Clmirniain. SYLVICSTICII FRANCIS MYRRAY . . . IX1llXYIllllit'l' . . Pl1:u'1n11t'y TI"lYl4lIl'I' from IIW Milwflukoc K1 :pw P'i Hi'toi'i'1n . . . . , . . . . . .1 . s, s . . . . VV1sc'ons1n PlI2LI'I'l11tl'f'lltll'2Il Assomzition . . . Svatlmlmiwl :incl Blxulv . . . Calvary Stuclvnt Conti-i'. AILEICN MIISGKAVIC . . . Fontana . . . Ifllviiic-rltm' f Itlillliiiltlllll . . . . , , . , . . . I . Bow btiuflvnt Wvvk Guido, benior Dolphins, Wisvonsin Plaiyvrs . , CIIIFISI-lilll Sr'1m1c'0 OI'g2lIl1Z21t-IOH, Reanlvr, MK'IT1lll'I'SllIfJ Committee Chziirnizui, 'I'r'c-:1.s111'm-l', WeIc'om0 Commititm- Chxiirinzmn . . . Chand- hournv Hall, cl0K'lll'iI.Illt House, Gamma Phi I54-tn. ARTHIIII MIISVIIIIIAN . . . Ravine . . . Pl'l1iI'll12ll'y . . . Trzmsfci' fron Iizxvinc Iixtvnsion . . . VVis0onsin Pllzuinzu-1-utir':1l Assoviantion . . . Mm-k Housv, Gvl'1'Lf0I'Y Housv. CAlIOI.I'I AI.lCl'l MYERS ..., -X ll,w1't Ima. Minn .... Spf-c-VII . , . TI'2lI1Sl'i'l' Ironi l'nivc-rsity ofColo1':1do . . . I'nion Puhlif' Iiolritions CIOIHIIIIIIOU. VVSA Human Rc-lations IIOIIIIIIIIIIW. Ilolnc-voniing .Iuclging clllilifllltlll .,.. Xlphu Phi. Piwsimlmit. ROI5I'Ilt'I' IC.-Xlll. INIYICIIS . . . NIIIIIIIUWUQ' . . . Psyvllology' . . . Phi Eta Sigma . . . Signiu Chi. STACY AI,I"lI.ICIJ NAFFZIGIAIII . . . I'nion Grovc- . . . I'l2ll'Ill IVI:in- zigvrm-nt . . . rIll'IlIlSl'IIl' from VVisf'onsin Smit- Colls-gi-, Pl:ittc-villv . . . VV:iyl:1,ncl lC:l,tir1g Coopmntiivv. T1'r-zzs111'c11', Prvsiclclnt. CLARA .I. INAGICII . . . Cohh . . . Homo livononiic-s l'Irlu1':1.tion . . . VV0sh-y Foumlaition , . . I"lllIlN,'lllC'S . . . li:u'n:u'cI Ilull, Iflxc-vutivv Counf-il. 446 MORTENSON - NAGEL KAIHCN Gl.ICl'I MOIITISNSEN , . . Stow-:is Point . . . Soviology . . . Sigma Iipsilon Signizi. Phi Kappa Phi ..., - XWS Co lifls Wvvek. Cla-rks :intl l'shc-rs Committos-1 AVVS I"il'1'SllIlI2lIl Honor I.unc'h0on, Invitations clll2lIl'III2lfIlI Now Stuclont VVM-li Guich-1 Sc-nior Swingout . . I'nivs-rsity Symphony Ol'C'llL'Sil'2i. .IOSICPII ANTIIONY MOVCH . . . Toh-mlo. Ohio . . . I'll'0Il0l11l0!4. . . Tl'1lIlSi.l'l' froni .Iohn Carroll I'niV0i'sity . . . Hovii-ty for thu .xllV2lIlCl'- Inc-nt of M2lIlIlLfltIllt'llt- , . . Ifootlmall. GICIIALII .IAMICS IVIUIICHKA . . . c,llll'l1'li . . . l'Ii1ginc-1-ring . . . Nvwmzin Cluh . . . Sigma Chi. .IAMICS HICIC MOY , . . Milwzuikov . . . clllitllllflll I'lllgill4't'l'lllg . ' . Phi Iitzi Siginai. Tatu Iivtu Pi. Phi Kappa Phi ...i f Minoru-:ni Instituto of Clwn1ic':1l Iffiiggiiwws . . .VVSA Hllllliill livhitions Conunittcvg New Stull:-nt, Wm-k Guido. IIOIS A. lVII'I'lI,I,IClI . . . Milwauikm- . . . lilc-Inc-nt:u'y Idflllliililllll . TI'2lI1Sl.l'l' from IIVV IXf1llXV2Llllil'C' . . . Svlwtlf-i's . . . I IIIVUVSIIY Chorus . . . SlIl'llil'I'. Chorus. .IOYCIC GI'llI'l'llI'IJlC lNII'I.I.IiR . . . Muscodzi . . .AI1ll'l'll'2lIl Insti- tutions . . . I'nion I,iIn'zu'y Cornmittevi Hoot'c'rs, Soviail Cllziirlnzui, IXfIf'HllJl'l'SllII7 Chrxirlnzln . . . Pros Housv, Choir , . , B:i1'nau'd Hull: Fuclgc- Kite-lion Cliziirnizin, Lib1'zn1'y Cliziirluzin. THOMAS ICIWVAIID MI'I,I,I-IR . . . fil'l'l'll Buy . . . .Ioui'n:mlisni- Aflvortising , . . r1lI'2lIlSff'I' from Green Bay lixtmisioii . . . Alphzi Dc-ltai Sigma . . . Nc-winu.n Cluh . . . ISA. PHILIP AIITIIIIR MVNIJT. . . Mzulison .... Art I'llIlll'ILIl0Il. HAITI, HICN RY MVNSON . . . Czinihriflgn- . . . Politiml Sv-imivv . . . w7l'l'SIlIlIg. I. .S R NANKIN - NESS ARMIN HAROLD NANKIN . . . Milwaukee . . . National Defense Transportation Association . . . Phi Sigma Delta. SANDRA .IOY NANKIN . . . Milwaukee . . . Recreation . . . Trans- fer from Wisconsin State College, Milwaukee . . . Board for Re- quired Physical Education tor Freshmen and Sophomore VVomcn. LEAN NATHANSON . . . Chicago .... Iournalism . . . Mortar- Board, Crucible: Theta Sigma Phi, President, Elsie Bullard Mor- rison Award: Sophomore Honors . . . Daily Cardinal, Co-University Editor, Wisconsin Octopus . . . I'nion Forum Committee . . . Vic- toria House, Secretary, President. JAMES PETER NAZE . , . Forestville . . . Electrical Engineering . . . Arnold Air Society . . , WMHA Chief Engineer . . . Fallows House, Athletic Chairman, Social Chairman. RALPH LEE NEALE . . . Montello . . . Physical Education . . . WHA House President's Council . . . Wrestling, 'KWH Club . , . Senior Honors . . . Chamberlin House, President, Athletic Chair- man, Phi Epsilon Kappa, Vice-President. HERBERT ERNEST NEELIIND . . . Wentworth . . . Chemical Engineering . . . Transfer from Wisconsin State College, Superior . . . American Institute ot' Chemical Engineers . . . Lutheran Stu- dent Association. JOHN SAMEL NEFF . . . Wauwatosa . . . Physics . . . Transfer from University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee . . . Physics Club . . . Men's Halls Association Workshop, Dorm Committee Regarding Expansion . . . Mack House, Social Chairman, Education and Scholarship Chairman. NANCY ANN NEIDHOLD . . . Appleton . . . Medical Microbiol- ogy . . . Transfer from Beloit College , . Delta Gamma. CHARLES M. NEINAS . . . Marshfield . . . Speech . . . Transfer from Central State College ,Qi i , .ts ., ai.. ' iy Q 1. Q sll ii rls . :,, r l:'1 ,f,,, g f': ' 1 h K CHARMAINE GREGER NELSON . . . Sheboygan . . . Correc- tional Adininistration . . . Correctional Administration Club, Ital- ian Club . . . Union House Representative: Summer Prom, Execu- tive Seeretary: Senior Swingout, Promotions Committee, Coedls Week. Tickets and Program Committee: Orientation Week . . . Delta Zeta. House P1'esident. DALE A. NELSON . . . VVashlJurn . . . Mechanical Engineering . . Sigma Omicron Beta . . . Oschner House. Social Chairman. DAVID F, NELSON . . . Edgerton . , . Light Building. . . Crew . . . Psi Epsilon, President, Treasurer. DAVID LEE NELSON . . . Shiocton . . . Dairy Husbandry . . . Saddle and Sirloin Club, 4-H Blue Shield . . . Agricultural Student Council, Little International Livestock Show. Vniversity of Wis- consin Dairy Judging Team, Corps and Soils Club . . . Alpha Gamma Rho, Secretary. KAREN NELSON . . . Oshkosh . . , English . . . Sophomore Hon- ors . . . ILS Student Council, President, Pan Hel Council, Union Film Committee, Humorology. AWS Co-Eds Week, Senior Swing- out . . . Kappa Alpha Theta, Public Relations. KENNETH CHARLES NELSON . . . Waupaca . . . Soils . . . Crops and Soils Club . . . Hunting and Fishing Club . . . Ochsner House. LOIS JEAN NELSON . . . Stevens Point , . . Home Economics . . . Transfer from Central State College . . . Homecoming Show com- mittee, Tournament of Song .... A lpha Chi Omega. ROBERT ALLAN NELSON . . . Barron . . . Physical Education . . . Transfer from Wisconsin State College, Eau Claire . . . Phi Epsilon Kappa. DELANO S. NEMEC . . . Madison . . . Light Building . . . Real Estate and Light Building Association. TRYGVE STYRK NEPRVD . . . VVestby . . . lVIechanical Engi- neering , . . ROTC . , . Lutneran Student Asso1'iat-ion. T. TIIOMASINEREIM , . . Madison . . . lfconomics . . . Transfer from St. Olaf . . . Student Service and VVelt'are Committee: 1956 Summer Board, Vice-President: VVSA Department Association . . . N56 Summer Prom Parade Chairman, Finance Society . . . Sigma Alpha Epsilon, MARCIA L. NESS . . . Milwaukee . . . Social VVork . . , Octopus . . Social Work Club, Badger Block. 447 NEU - OBERLING JOHN PAI.'L NEI' . . . Madison . . . Labor and Indust.rial Manage- ment . . . Transfer from Sophia Ivniversity, Tokyo. Japan . . . Society for the Advancement of Management. KENNETH FRED NELISEN . . . Milwaukee . . . Mechanical Engineering . . . Transfer from University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee . . . Tau Beta Pi, Phi Eta Sigma . . . NIen's Halls Association Cabinet . . . Fallows House. RICHARD B. NEWBERG . . . Rice Lake . . . Accounting . . . Beta Alpha Psi. NANCY MARGARET NEWING . . . Wauwatosa . . . Child Development . . . MHA Alumni Committee . . . Badger Block . . . Calvary Lutheran Student Center, Stewardship Committee, Per- sonnel Committee, Secretary . . . Slichter Hall, Floor Chairman. ROBERT SCOTT NICHOLS . . . VVhitel1all . . . Business Ad- ministration. NANCY NICKLES . . . Madison . . . Social Work . . . Transfer from Lawrence College . . . Campus Chest . . . Pi Beta Phi. TEDDY NIEDZWIECKI . . . Appleton . . . Pharmacy . . . Transfer from University of Wisconsin, Green Bay . . . Kappa Psi . . . Wis- consin Pharmaceutical Society. STANLEY KENNETH NIELSEN . . . IVIadison . . . Correctional Administration . . . De Molay . . . Scandinavian Club, Correctional Administration Club, Badger Block. WILLIAM HERBERT NIEWOEHNER . . . Elm Grove . . . Commerce . . . Transfer from Miami I'nive1'sity . . . Society for the Advancement of Management . . . I nion Representative . . . Sigma Chi. 448 fr 3 I 5 'Til' 1 , ' THOMAS PATRICK NOLAN . . . Green Bay . . . Commerce- Finance . . . Finance Society, Insurance Society . . . Badger Block. WILLIAM A. NOLTNER . . . Madison . . . Accounting. AGNETA M. NORDIVIARK . . . Evanston, Ill .... Ifrench . . . WSA Travel Bureau . . . French Club, Treasurer . . . Channing Club . . . French House, President. CYNTHIA NORTHROP . , . Watertown . . . Spanish . . . Sigma Epsilon Sigma, Secretary, Sophomore Honors, Sigma Delta Pi, Treasurer, Phi Kappa Phi . . . Badger, Senior Section Staff, Uni- versity Section Co-Editor, .Activities Section Editor . . . Pan-Hel-If Chorus, Pan-Hel Ball, Ticket Chairman, 1955 Prom Court, Orienta- tion VVeek Guide. Special Services Committee: Prom, Music and Grand March Council . . . Alpha Ni Delta, Corresponding Secre- tary, President. RICHARD HAROLD NORTON . . . Kendall . . . Medical Science . . . Phi Eta Sigma . . . Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship, Program Chairman. ROBERT GERALD NORTON . . . Kendall . . . Speech . . . Inter Varsity Christian Fellovvship. PHILLIP F. NOTH, JR .... Madison . . . Chemical Engineering . . . Phi Eta Sigma, Tau Beta Pi, Phi Lambda Upsilon . . . Wiscon- sin Engineer . . . Polygon Board . . . Calvary Lutheran Student Council . . , Alpha Chi Sigma, American Institute of Chemical Engineers. JAY RICIIARD NOVICK . . . Madison . , . Geology . . . Geology Club. . . Baseball. . . Marching Band. .IOHN VVALTER NYHIIS . . . Ashland . . . Mining Engineering . . . Polygon Board . . . Mining and Metallurgy Club, Secretary . . . W'isconsin Engineer . . . Beta Theta Pi. GEORGE EDVVARD OAKESON . . . Marinctte . . . Animal Hus- bandry . . . Saddle and Si1'loin Club . . . Fegges Manor, President KENNETH HARRY OBERHEII . . . Cedarburg . . . Zoology . . . Student Conduct Board. Chairman . . . Public Relations Commit- tee . . . High Ilouse, Athletic Chairman. CAROLYN LOUISE OBERLING . . . Rockford, Ill .... Speech . . . Phi Beta . . . Wisconsin Players, Entertainers Guild, WHA Radio Players. Studio Play . . . Rushing Counselor . . .Alpha Gamma Delta. is JAMES VAVGHN O'Ll'I.XRY, .IR .... Riva-rsiile, Cnnn .... ling- lish . . .liailgc-1' Rlovk clllI11II1llll'l'. Sovial F11111111. Prrnn Pl'OlllOllOIlS Co111111ilt1-c- . . . Pl1i Dc-lla Thvta. Vim' P1'0siclv11t. ALBERT .IOHN OLICSON . . , Lmli . . . Marla-ting . . . Tl'ilIlSl-01' l-I'0IIl lviiivcwsity of Missouri . . . RI2lI'li6'flTlj.f Clulm. FlIlIlIl1'l' Scwivty . . . Alpha Dvlta Slglllil, .IICAN BICRNADETTIC OLSON . . . N1llXYtllllii'l' . . . Psyvlmlogy . . . Transfei' flI'0ll1 l'11ivo1'sity of VVis1'o11si11. lVIilwaukee . . . Psi Chi . . . Psy0l1ology Club . . . liamlga-1' Blmlli. PICTHR WARREN OLSON . . . Miflclletmi . . . Physival l'lcl11Catio11 . . . Phi l'lpsilon Kappa . . . I'lI'CSllII1t'Il Nllllll'l'IllS, Baseball. ROGER IOIIY Ol QOY R ni 1 Civil I-'n inuri '. . ,1..,.:'n-... ,g-ing... A111e1'iv:111 Society ofChv1111c:1l l'lIlglIlkAHl'S. VVILLIAM NIACKLIN OLSON . . . Milwailkw- . , . lit-1111o111ics . . . T1'a11SfQ1' fI'UII1 l'11ivv1'sity of VVisc'o11si11, Milwaiikoc. DONNA Ll'll'I OLSTAD , . . Maclison . . . lltlllll? ECOIlOIIll1'S l"cluc'a- tion . . . Phi Vpsilon fJIlllf'I'0ll, Ss-1-11-ta1'y: l'l11tl1v11i4's, S1-1'1's-ta1'y . . . .AEI'l0lllfL1I'l' Student clUlII1I'll . . . Co-lCfl's XY:-1-li, Hospitality Cmn- rnittvv: fJl'll'lllli.ll0I1 VW-vk, .AC'Il1li'IIlll' Cllllllllllifttv. Stuilvnt Guiflv: Little IIllt'I'Il2LllOI12ll Qlu-1111. H411111- lit' High Svliuol Day ..., Xlpha Xi Delta, Ph-mlgo Tl'2Lllll'l'. DANIEL STl"Vl-IN OMl"RNlK . . . SDOOIIUI' . . . -lOlll'll2lllSl11 anil G1-o,lz1'apl1y . . . sA'vlSf'UIlSlIl Pl:1yv1's . . . Swmisnin llcnisv. IRVIN THOMAS OMTVHDT . . . lilOUIHl'I' , . . .Allllllill l'luslJan1l- 1'V . . . Samlfllo and Sirloin Clulm, P1'vsi4l0nt3 lilucf Shivlml -l-H Cluh, P1'vsi1lQ11t: Alpha Zvta . . .-:A2I'lf'llllllI'0 Stuclc-nt Counvil . , . Littlv lI1lt'I'I1t1llOI11ll. F1l12lIlf'l' fll1Zl1I'Il1ZlllI Rllll-Vvllllltl' Ball. l"inanf'1- Chair- 111a11: Mvat .lnrlging 'lll'2lI11I l.ivvstm'k .luflging Ts-ani . , . l5al1r'nf-k llnusv, P11-siflviut, TTOIISP Stvwarml. RALPH YYILLIAM ONSAGICR . . . Maustmi . . . lilf-1't1'ir':1l l-'11L:i- IlK'l'I'lIlg . . . Kappa lCta Kappa . . . lnstitutv of Raclin l':IlI1lINxl'l'SI A111f11'iCa11 lnstitutv of lClw't1'if'al l'l11gi11v1-1's. RONALD STEVE ONTKO . . . Cunlahy . . . Russian . . . 'lll'tlllSl.l'l' t'1'r1111 SYI'2i.K'llSl' l'11iv01'sity . . . Marketing Cluh . . . liamlgc-1' Vvts 0I'g!UllZtlll0Il . . . Dclta Slglllil. Pi, llouw Manager. .IANAN OPIIC .... A Xpplc- Rivz-1', lll .... Illlllllx l'lC011o111if's . . . lill- thvnivs .... XWS Co-lfmls W'veli ..., Xlpha Ni Dc-lta, Srwial clll2ll1'IllILll. O'CONNELL - OPIE MARGARIWT MARll'I O'CONNl'lLL . . . Madison . . . Ho111m- N00- non1ic's . . . OHlll'l'fJIl Nu: Phi Vpsilon Oinir-ron. TI'lx2lSllI'f'I' . . . l'Iu- thcnivs . . , Wviscoiisin Country Magaziiiv. Ci1'c'11latio11 Milllilgixl' . . llitlclpc-mlcllt Stuflvnts ASSoc'iatio11 . . . N4-w111:a11 Clulm . . . Italian Cluh. NORRICRT VRRAN OCONNOR . . . Pulaski . . . Pha1'111a1'y . . . Wis01111si11 Pl12iI'I112l.l'l'lllli'2ll 1xSSOl'liltlOll . . . lg2l.ClQ:l'l' Veil-1'a11's c,l'g'itIllZ!lll0Il. CAROL POLZIN ODICICN . . . Plainfim-lil . . . llllllll' l'lc'u11o111i1's l'l4ll1i'Il,ll0ll . . . Sovial FOVLIHIS . . .WfASl4'5' l'l0llllll2Lll0ll Studs-nt Asso- 1'l2LtlOIl. PATRICK SHANIC O'DONNl'lLL . . . xV2llC'I'IOWYll . . . Philosophy HICRBICRT VVRIGHT OECIILICR . . . li1'IlOSl1iL . . . MK'1llC2llSI'llxIll'1F . . . '1'hc-ta Delta Chi, Alumni Clltlll'lHi1Il. JOHN A. Ol'lFLlClN . . . VVa.uwat0Sa . . . I.igl1tB11il1ling . . . Dvlta lvpsilon. .IANF lCLl'IANORl'l OlfSTRl'IlCIl .. . ll1'2lVl'l' Dani . . . Horns- limi- nomics l'lllllf'2ltlOll . . . Phi Cpsilon OII1ll'I'4Jll, Sclivmls-rs, S01'1'1-taryg l'l11th011ir's. .IOSHPH THEODORIC OETTINGPIR. . . Kaukauna . . . Elf-1-t1'i1'al l'l11gi11vv1'i11g . . . Phi lfta Sigma, Tau lic-ta Pi . . . lnQtitutv of Railio Engineers . . . Raflgui' Veterans f,I'LL'2lIllZ2lllOll. GICORGI' THOMAS O'HljARN . . . Rm-wlsvillv . . . Physivs . . . Dclta lipsilon . . . MHA Calximlt. ClOIllI11OllS, Spvvial Favilitivs, tll12i.lI'IllIlll1 Fall Donn Leaclvrsliip COIll'1'I'UIlf'0, Chairnian . , . Ovhs- nm' Houso, P1'c-sich-11t. 449 mil' Adu -wdgr . "'if :Ei I t ' " "'-'7: ORDAHL - PAPROCKI STAFFORD N1iVVI'lI.l. ORDAHL. . . Springfield, Mo .... Iinglish . . . ASt'2l,l3l7fll'll and Blade, Publie Information Otlieer . . . Daily Cardinal . . . Nautilus Society . . . Radio Hall Players, Cast "As Xou Like lt," "The Adding Machine," and "Hamlet", WHA-TV .lI'LlA O'Rl'lILLY . . . West Allis . . . Danee . . . Orehesis, President: Physieal lidueation Clulw Roard, Dance Representative. LILLIAN ORICNSTICIN . . . Milwaukee , . . -IUlll'll1lllSID-,AllVl'l'lIS- ing . . . Gamma Alpha Chi . . . Daily Cardinal , . . Villa Maria, Treasurer, Jutlieial Board. ICDVVARD SIDNICY ORMAN . . . Cudahv . . . Medieine . . . Phi Iita Sigma . . . Phi Delta Epsilon . . , Hillel . . . Wiseonsiu Student Ameriean Medieal Assoeiation . . . Phi Sigma Delta. l-'INAR l'lI,RlHlRT ORSICTT . . . Marinette . . . Civil Engineering . . . Ameriean Soeiety of Civil Iingineers . . . Siehecker House, Treasurer. RALPII ICDVVARD OSRORNH . . . Sparta . . . lfeonomies . Provost Corps . . . Theta Chi. MARY,'l'l. OSGOOD . , . Wauwatosa . . . Child Development . . . Campus Carnival, lfxeeutive Seeretary . . . Kappa Alpha Theta, Historian. LEE R. OSTERMANN . . . Highland Park, Ill .... I'leon0mies . . . Transfer from Claremont Menls College . . . Zeta Beta Tau. THOMAS LICSTIQR OSWALD . . . Wauwatosa . . . Chemieal Ifngineering . . . Ameriean Institute of Chemieal lingineers . . . Navy ROTC . . . Sigma Phi Epsilon, Yiee-President, Comptroller, Historian, Seeretary. RONALD l,. OTT . . . Ft. Atkinson . . . Chemieal lingineering . . . Ameriean lnstitute ol' Chemieal lingineersg Sophomore Honors. RICHARD CARI. OTTIC . . . Kaukauna . . . lNIarket,ing . . , House Presidents Couneil . . . Marketing Clulig MHA Athletie Committee . . . Gilman House, Presidentg Beta Tau. SANDRA OTTO . . . liake Bluff. Ill .... Child Development . . . Transfer lrom Ohio VVesleyan Ifniversity . . . Alpha Phi. SHIRLICY .I. OVIilR,l5l'lY . . . Joliet, Ill .... Danee . . . Sigma lflpsi- lon Sigma . . . Panhellenie, Seeretary . . , Orehesis, Sei-retaryg Panhel Ball. Puhlieity Committeeg Senior Swingout, Puhlieity Committee: VViseonsin Players: Freshman Orientation Vlveek, Variety Show . . . Alpha Chi Omega, Pledge Vive-President. Rushing Chairman, Humorology Chairman, Social Chairman. DALE WALTER. OWEN . . . Durand . . . Chemieal and Agrieul- tural Engineering . . . Transfer from River Falls State College . . . American Soeiety of Agrieultural llngineers, President, Editor . . . Agrieultural Student Council, Treasurer . . . Ag.-Home-Ile Mid- Wvinter Rall, General Chairman . . . Delta Theta Sigma, Rushing Chairman, Steward, President. ICTHICII l'lIIiI'll1lN OVVICNS . . . Barneveld . . . Dieteties . . . Badger . . . Cnited Student Fellowship . . . MHA Pulmlie Relations Com- mittee: WMHA Radio Staff: Badger Rloek, . . Delta Zeta. PAMl'll,A MANNING PAGE . , . Raralroo . . . lflementary ljlduea- tion . . . Orientation Wveek, Prom Committee . . . Pan Hel Chorus . . . Alpha. Xi Delta, Reeording Seeretary. HAROLD VVILLIAM PAGIQI .... Monroe .... Xeeounting . . . Alpha K-tppa Psi . . . lnsuranee and Finanee Soeiety, YINCICNT ANTHONY PAGLIARD . . . Rat-ine . . . Chemical Itlngineering . . . Transfer from University ol' VViseonsin, Raeine . . . Amerir-an lnstitute ol' Chemieal lingineers . . . Badger Yeteran's Organization . . . VVayland Club. ROBICRT VVICSLICY PAHI ...,. - Xthens . . . Agrieultural ,l'lt'0llUll1- ies . . . Transfer from Miehigan Teeh .... Finanee Club, Marketing Chili, Poultry Clulm, Agrieultural lieonomies Soeiety .... A meriean Ordinaneo Assoeiation . . . Hoofers. BOYD PALMER . . . Hamilton. Ohio . . . Speeeh . . . Maee . . . Hillel , . Haresfoot, Programs , . . Zeta Rf-ta Tau. Soeial Chairman, SANDRA .IANIQ PAPROCKI . . . Chieago . . . Medieal Technology . . . Transfer from University of Chirago ...A A lpha Delta Theta, Treasurer , . . VVAA lioard, Ivnion Theater I'sher , . . Havel House Intramural Manager. PARKER - PERRIZO FRANK RALPH PARKER . . Economics . . . Til't1llSiIlfl' from Boloit College . . . Insurance Society. , . University-Chorus . . . Sigma Chi. RICHARD DALE PARLOW . . . Marinettc . . . .Electrical l"ngi- nc-ering . . . American Institute of Electrical Engineers, Institute, of Radio Engineers , . . Arnold Air Society . . . Beta Theta Pl W'inslow House. BARBARA E. PARSONS . . . Stu1',fz1-on Ray . . . Home Economics . . . Phi I'psil0n Omicron, Sophomore Honors, Euthcnics . . Co-Eds Wock, New Student W1-ck Guide . . . Elizabeth Waters Hall, I nit Treasurer: Chi Omega, Treasurer. ROBERT CHARLES PATON . . . K1-nt, Ohio . . . Zoology . Phi Eta Sigma, Historian . . . Three Squares Club, Treasurer, Vice Prc-sident . . . Nautilus Society, Vice President, Navy Choir: Navy Ball, Decoration Chairman, Arrangements Chairman, General Chairman . . . Wesley Foundation Student Association. ROY M. PAYTON . . , Milwaukee . . . Anthropology. DONALD EDWARD PAl,'LL . . . Madison . . . Geology . . Theta Delta Chi. EDVVARD A, PAl'LS . . . Schofield . . . Mechanical Engineering.. . . Soc-im-ty of Automotive i'iIl2Il1E'0I'S, 1AIlll'I'II'll,Il Society of Mechanical I':llQ,'llll'0l'S. GERALD J. PAVLS , . . Sheboygan Falls . . . Accounting. ADOLF EDVVARD PAVELEC . . . Grand March .... A gronomy . . . Babcock House. ALLAN JOHN PAYLEITNER . . . Milwaukee . . . Metallurgical l'Ingii1c1-1'ing .... A Inc-rican Society for Metals: American Eoundary- nn-n's Soc-ietv, Vice President: American Institute of Mining and Metallurgy Engiiiecrs . . . Wisconsin Engineer . . . Beta Theta Pi. MELVIN EDWARD PEARL . . . Chicago . , . Real Estate., . . Insurance Society, Finance Society . . . Humorology Committee . . . Rascball . . , Pi Lambda Phi. JAMES N. PEARSE . , . LaCrosse . . . Electrical Engineering . . . Transt'e-r from Vnivcrsity of Notre Dame . . . Eta Kappa Nu. I-lI'GH FRANCIS PEDERSEN . . . Madison . . . Marketing . . . Salesmanship Clinic, Marketing Club. SONJA KNUTSON PEDERSON . . . Wostby . . . Natural Science . . . Physical Therapy Club . . . Ellsworth House, Counselor, Barn- ard Hall, Assistant AWS Representative, Judicial Council, Exec- utive Council, Residence Halls Committee Chairman. JEAN VVARNER, PEEK , . , Nladison . . . English . . . Octopus, Business Manager: The New Idea, Assistant Business Manager . . . Wisconsin Players, Rzulger Block, Prom Committees . . . lVIitc-hc-ll Airnn-n . . . Phi Kappa. PATRICIA PEEPLES . . . Santiago, Chili- . . . History. DAVID CHARLES PELLERIN . . . Kenosha . . . Marketing . . . Vnion Newsletter . . . Newman Club . . . Phi Kappa Sigma, Master oi' Cf-rm-monies, Pledge Director, Vice Prcsidz-nt, IF Representative. JEAN MARIE PENN . . . Madison . . . Advertising . . . Theta Signma Phi, Gamma Alpha Chi . . . Octopus . . . New Studi-nt Wa-ck Cuirlc: I'nion Open House, Hostess, Gaines Cll2lIl'IU21ll. JACK MILTON PERLMAN . . . Madison . . . Medical Scif-ncu . . . Phi Eta Sigma, Sophomore High Honors, Phi Beta Kappa . . . New Student Week, Guide . . . Hillel Foundation, Jewish Student Wel- fare Fund. MICHAEL PERLOVV . . , Oak Park, Ill. . . Comniercc . . . Insur- ance Society, Finance Club . . , Pi Lambda Pi, Marshall, JAN GRAY PERRIZO . . . Chicago . . , I'Il'UIlt'l1 . . . I'nion Tourna- ment Committee, Public Relations Committee, Secretary: Home- coming, Ball Co-Chairman . . . Hoofcr's Ski Club, Dolphins . , . Gamma Phi Beta. .CJ W. A NN ..-1 1 ' . 'Ft 451 . -its what A f is A me .sf , anna wif. mea. wget' .. fe- r' -:f i FT- Q' 1' 'lu . f X ,. ,g.. . t is , " t m X xx ,a . e. I , ff 5 ,. -. 1 . mLm ,.VA ,ii .fl ,' S l 4 ye' f I -elsif 452 PERRY - PETERSON CONSTANCE. ERICKSON PERRY . . . Madison . . . Home Eco- IIOIHICS.T2C1llC'tlflOll . . . Phi Vpsilon Omicron . . . Wisconsin Country Magazine Board of Control, President .... ' Xgriculturc Student Council, Home Economics Council . . . Euthenics Club, President . . . Senior Dolphins. STEPHEN DEAN PERRY . . . Madison . . . Mechanical Engi- neering . . . Transfer from Springfield College . . . Badger Veterans Organization. GERALD MATHIAS PERSCHBACHER . . . Gillett . . . Phar- macy . . . Transfer from St. Norberts College . . . Turner House. LAVVRENCE D. PESCE . . . VVashburn . . . Chemical Engineer- ing .... Xlpha Chi Sigma. JERRY PAIIL PETASNICK . . . Sheboygan , . . Medical Science . . . Phi Sigma Delta. DONALDNI. PETERICH , . . Vesper . . . Mechanical Engineering . . . American Society of Mechanical Engineers, American Society of Automotive Engineers. JOHN VVILLIAM PETERMAN . . . Merrill . . . Marketing . . . Marketing Club, Salesmanship Clinic. JOHN DAVID PETERS . . , VVisconsin Rapids . . . Insurance . . . Provost Corps . . . lnsurancc Society, Board of Directors . . . Sigma Nu. Treasurer, Athletic Chairman, Pledge President, Steward. .IIIRGEN CI'RT PETERS . . , VVaupaca . . . Agricultural Educa- tion . . . Future i'I2ll'II10I'SUl'AIl10l'if'21, Treasurer . . . Babcock House, Social Chairman. KENNETH RONALD PETERS . . . West Allis . . . Pharmacy . . . Transfer from IIW Milwaukee . . . Faville House, Athletic Chairman. VVALLACE ROBERT PETERS . . . Rockford, Ill .... Economics . . . Ifnion Directorate . , . National Defense Transportation Associa- tion . . . Beta Theta Pi, Secretary, Pledgelnaster. DARLENE ANN PETERSEN , . . INIadison . . . Marketing . . . Sigma Epsilon Sigma, Sophomore Honorsg Mortar Board . . . Phi Chi Theta, President ,... LSA, Senate Council . . . Co-ed's VVeek, Senior Swingout, Commerce Council, I'nion Commons Committee . . . Pi Beta Phi, President. DON A. PETERSON . . . Bloomer . . . Economics . . . Transfer from Eau Claire State . . . Beta Theta Pi. DON LAI'REL PETERSON . . . Nye . . . Music . . . LSA . . . Con- cert Band, Ifniversity Orchestra, University Chorus. JAMES A. PETERSON . . . Wilmette, Ill . . . Finance . . . I'nion Forum Committee, House Committee: Republican Mock Political Convention. Chairman . . . Kappa Sigma, Vice President. MARCIA RUTH PETERSON . . . Cincinnati . . . Elementary Education . . . Badger . . . Ifnion Committee, Homecoming, Hum- orology, New Student Week, . . . Gamma Phi Beta, Vice President, Pledge Trainer. PATRICIA ANN PETERSON . . . Shawano . . . Elementary Edu- cation . . . Transfer from St. Mary's of Notre Dame . . . Sailing Club. RICHARD BARNETT PETERSON . . . Marinette . . . Marketing . . . Transfer from Marinette Extension . . . Marketing, Vice Presi- dent. President: Commerce Turnout Committee, Salesmanship Clinic, Publicity Chairman . . . Humorology . . . St. Francis House, Social Chairman .... Xlpha Tau Omega, Social Chairman, IF Representative, ROBERT EDWARD PETERSON . . . Racine . . . Mechanical Engineering . . . Transfel' from Racine Extension . . . American Society of Mechanical Engineers. RODNEY GENE PETERSON . . . Superior . . . Electrical Engi- neering . . . Transfer from Superior State College. VVYMAN A. PETERSON . . . Madison . . . Commerce-Marketing . . . Transfer from LaCrosse State College . . . Marketing Club, Society for the Advancement of Management, Salesmanship Clinic. PETRUSCHKE - PLAVNICK RICHARD ERNEST Pl'fTRI'SCHKE . . . Bcrlin . . . Chemical Enginccring . . . Amcrican Institutc of Chcmical Enginccrs . . . YGOP . . . Lamhtla Chi Alpha. ROY 'THOMAS Pl"EI"I"ER . . . Manitowoc . . . Rcal Estatc . 5 . 'Fl'2lIlFilt'I' from Manitowoc Extension . . . Theta Chi. Athlctic Chair- Illilll. IIOMER ERVVIN PIWIFFERKORN . . . VVaupun .... - Xccounting . . . licta Alpha Psi . . . Insurancc Socicly. Socictylfor thcVAclvancc- Incnt of TVIZLIIUQZOIIIUIII . . , Vilas Housc, Social Chairman, Ircasurcr. ROBERT FRANK PHILLIPS . . . Racine . . . Civil Enginecring . . . Transfer from Racinc Extension .... A Xmcrican Socicty ot' Civil Enginccrs . . . VVrcstling. THOMAS .ION PHILLIPS . . . Iirookficltl . . . Pharmacy . . . VVis- consin Pharmaccutical Socictyg Amcrican Pharmaccutical Associa- tion: Kappa Psi, Trcasurcr, Vicc-Rcgcnt. .ll'I7ITH ANN PHILLIPSON . . . Milwauliec . . . Economics . . Dolphins . . . Chi Omcga. Social Chairman. MARY ROSE PICA . . . Wautoma . . . Pharmacy . . . Transfer from Mount Mary Collcgc . . . Kappa Epsilon . . . Ncwiuan Club . . . VVisconsin Pharmaccutical Socicty . . . Archcry Clulm . . . YERNE C. PICKERING . . . Ilatlcy . . . Electrical Enginccring . . . Sailing Cluh. .IVUITH KAY PIERCE . . . Stockton, lll ..,. Rclatcml Art . . . I'nivcrsity Mixctl Chorus . . . Luthcran Stutlcnt Association, Chorus . , . Cochrane Housc, Prcsidcnt-, Cnion Rcprescntativc. LOVVELL LAVERN PIERCE . . . Etlgcrton ..., i Xgricultural Eclu- cation . . . Transfcr from I'nivcrsity of Hawaii . . . Iiluc Shicltl . . . A Cappclla Choir. NED D. PIERCE . . . Madison . . . Enginccring . , . Transfer from Oshkosh Stats . . . Varsity Pistol Tcam. LAVRA BALLANTINE PIKE . . . Naplcs, Italy . . . .lournalism . . . Phi Kappa Phi: Thcta Sigma Phi: Mortar Roarclz C1'llf'lbll'. Trcasurcr: Sigma Epsilon Sigma . . . I'nion News Iiurcau . . . Prom 1956. Gcneral Chairman, VVisconsin Prcvicws, Ccntral Committcc: Scnior Class, Sccrctary, SLIC, Homccoming 1955. Buttons Chair- man, Scnior Swingout, Marching Chairmang Rccl Cross Drivc, Sorority Chairman: Alumni Association Award to Junior Woman: Humorology . . . Uclta Gamma. Prcsitlcnt: Ann Emcry Hall, Vicc-President. .IOAN RAE PIOWATY . . . Chicago . . . Frcnch . . . VVomcn's Chorus: French Clulm . . . Towcr Vicw, Vicc-Pre-sidcnt. JITDITH M. PIPER . . . Sheboygan . . . Spanish . . . Campus Cha-st, Scnior Dolphins, Spanish Club, Vnivcrsity Symphony Orchcstra. ROBERT L. PITCHER . . . Milwaukcc . . , Gcncral Scicnce . . Transfcr from Milwaukcc State Collcgc. MARSHALL HAROLD PITTELMAN . . . Milwaukcc . . , Markct- ing . . . Marketing Cluh: Insurancc Cluh. JANET SCE PLACE . . . Ifrccport. Ill .... Sociology . . . Gamma Phi Rcta. OMAR PLAISANCE II . . . Milwaukcc . . . Chcmistry . . . St. Francis House, Ilnivcrsity Religious Council . . . Sigma Nu, Scntincl. RICHARD VVAIJE PLATER . . . Maclison , . . Prc Mcllicinc and Zoology . . . Transfcr from Dukc Lnivcrsity . . . Raclgcr Block, Humorology. Campus Carnival . . , Sigma Alpha Epsilon. Alumni Co-Chairman. JOHN ALBERT PLATOS . . . Watcrtown .,.. I Xgricultural Eco- nomics . . . Agriculturc Stuclcnt Council ..., A gricultural Economics Swocicty: Saddle 2iIl4l.SII'l0Il1I Crops and Soils Cluh: Hunting and lashing Club. . . Boxing Managcr . . . Alpha Gamma Rho, Secretary. KENNETH PLAVNICK . . . Maflison . . . Pharmacy . . . Hillel Foundation . . . Phi Sigma Dolta. 3 ,M ei ,Q ,- ,I I' I CS' ia as I 5, 7121: W, C A 'A 25:20 . .fl-Q V - 1 I . I - , lisa .H-3, 453 Y 4 5 3:5 I 'W GERALD ARTHVR POLANSKY . . . VViwonsin Rupifls . . . Al'C'0llllilllg . . . Bc-tu Alpha Psi, Presiilent ,... UW Bands, Business Munziger . . . Kzippu Sigma. ROBERT Bl'RL POLANSKY . . . Nekoosa . . . Physivs . . . Pi Mu lipsilon. RUTH li. POMMl'lRlCNlNG . . . AAl2llDV2liOSIl . . . l'lli'llll'lli2ll'y l'idllf'2lfl0Il , . . Bauleler . . . Vllinter VVQ-ek, Buttons Chaiirinun S if-cial ., . I lzvents Chairniun: lnion Tournzunz-nt K'oninnttee Co-C'h:urin:in: linion Dance Bouril, Cliziirnninz lnion Directorate, Bzulger Pre- views . . . Dr-ltrl Gzininiu. GERALD CARLTON POMRANING . . . Oshkosh , . C'lieniir':il lflngineering . . . Phi litu Sigma. Tau Betu Pi, Phi Lzmilulri Vpsilon, Xlumni Qecret irv Xmerie-in lnwtitulc of Cheniir il lll1'illl,tI'S f i 1 E .... i . ' , ': u g., ' A , President . . . Alpha Chi Sigma. ICARL El'Gl'INl'I POORBALGH . . . lfflkhnrt, lncl .... Marketing . . . lfirinriee Sovielfvi Mzxrlceting f'lub3 lnsunuire Soviety, Treas- urer . . . A Capps-llu Choir, Badger Previews . . . Three Squares Club, President . . , Wesley Foundzition Student Association . . . Wrestling. ICLLHN MARIIC POPHAl .... VVzuis:ui . . . l'li6II19I1iilI'y l'lcluf':iiion. ROLLIN DON PORTICR, JR .... Vzimluliu, Ill .... Geology. PAUL l'IVl'lRl'lTTl'I POTTHRTON . . . Cliiengo Heights, lll. . . . Agronomy . . . Crops :incl Soils Club, Suclille :ind Sirloin, :Agl'll'llliillI'C Siilldlxllti Clouneil Representzitive .... A lphu Gzunniu Rho: Pledge President Initiation l'h:1irmz1n, Athletic' flilillfllliill. RIVHARD ARTHVR POl'CHl'lR'l' . . . H:u'tlzind . . , 3lI'l'll2illlf'Zll l'lllglllPFl'iI1g .... P Xinerivuii:Sovim-ty of Mc-vliuiiieail lfiigiiieersg So- viety ofAuioinotiV1- l'fn,1zineerS . . . Kappa Siginu. P11-siileiit, llouse 1XI:ui:1ger, JOYCE' GARl.lC'li POl'LSljN . . . R:u'ine . . . Soviul Vllorli . . . llniversity Cliorus . . . T:1b:1rcl lnn. Soriul l'h:1irniun: lfllsworlh House, Seerc-t:u'y VllI'U2lSllI'K'1'. ROBI-IRT BRl'C'l'I POVLSICN . . . R:u-ine . , . M:itl1e11i:1livs . rl.ll'2lI1SfCl' from Ruvine llxtension . , . Phi lCt:iSigin:1. THOMAS EDWARD POWlCLl ,... Duluth. Minn .... Speerli . . Iluresfool. Seerc-t:u'y: Sluflio Plziyersg WHA Radio Players. 45-1 PLIMPTON - POWELL RlCHARD JAY PLIMPTON . . . Brit. Hope . , . Civil l'lI1giii.ee1'iiip.! Aineriean Soriety of Civil Fngineers . .. Mitchell Airnien, Arnold Air Soc-iety . . . Muck House. .lAMl"S THOMAS PLOWMAN . . . Kenosbai . . .hlndustriul blun- 21lLl'lI1QI1t . . . Marketing Club . . . A Camppellax Choir, President . Se:1Imburcl and Blade. Seereturyg Provost Corps, S'2CI'ClIll'y . . . 'lun liuppu Epsilon, Spooner House, Publir-ity Cliuirman. ROS,-XLlE PLUIM . . . lAfI2llllSOIl . . . lileinei1t:Lry l'lll.lll'Zl.TiUl1. . Trzinsfer from M2LI'i1ll1'iiC . . . Schemlers Club . . . Hooier's Ruling Club. RONALD JAMES PLUMINIIQR . . . lAIil,11iS0ll . . . Ligbi Building lndustry . . . Real Estate and Home Building Association, Presi- dent . . . ISA . . . f?lN'Ql'lCilflCl' . . . Pershing Rifles, lfxevutive Ofllver, WALLACE LEROY PLZAK . . . VVisc'onsin Rapids . , . Labor . . . l'llll1lIll'0 Soviety. Marketing Club, IllSlll'2l,Ili'I' Society . . . Yflllllg Rr-publiezms . . , Trzwk. DOROTHY JEAN POICHLMAN . . . Milwzuilzc-e . . . Psyr-hology , . . Transfer from VW Milwaiikee . . . Signm Epsilon Siginu, Psi Chi, Sophomore High Honors . . . Psychology Club . . . Xouug Deinovrzits, Dorm Librzxry COI11IH1ifK'1'. PAl'L E. POENISCH . . . Milwaukee . . . Medicine . . . Phi lita Signizi, Phi .Kappa Phi, Nu Sigma Nu, Alpha Delta Sigma . . . Bc-tn Tlleta Pi. DONALD EDVVARD POKORSKI . . , lMT'Lnitowoe . . . Geogiwipliy. JOAN RLTH POLAC'Hl'lCK . . . Milwaukee . . ,lilenwiitaiiv limlu- vution . . . AWS Big Sister, President Rereption . . . Alpha lfpsilon Phi, House Pi'esiclc-nt, Pun Hel Represent:Ltive. ig w i 'V ' 'gf ff i W i ii Fi l POZORSKI - RAAB JOHN J. POZORSKI . . . Milwaukee . . . Electrical Engineer . . . Transfer from VW Milwaukee . . . American Institute of Elec- trical Engineers-Institute of Radio Engineers, Secretary Treasurer . . . Kappa Eta Kappa. JAMES STANLEY PRASCH . . . Wauwatosa . . . Mining Engi- neering .... A merican Institute of Minin En fincers . . . Phi Gamma E E, Delta, Recording Secretary, Pledge Trainer. IFRRY O PRFGFN7FR Manitowish lndustii Ll M in 1 L ., . -1 LJ, ' . :'z :agi- ment . . . Transfer from I'CLA . . . Society for the Advancement of Management . . . Pershing Rifles. DAVID LEE PREISS . . . Sussex . . . Magazine Jou1'nalism . . . Transfer from UW Milwaukee . . . Daily Cardinal, Octopus, Editor in Chief, Badger . . . Union Entertainers Guild: Democratic Mock Political Convention, Delegation Chairman, ISA . . . Theta Chi. ALWOOD ALEXANDER PRESCOTT, JR. . . . Madison . . . Chemical Engineering . . . Transfer from University of Arizona. PHYLLIS R. PRESS . . . Ottawa, Ill .... Speech . . . Phi Beta . . . Red Cross . . . Alpha Epsilon Phi, Vice President. DAVID MILES PRICE . . . Mcnomonie . . . Speech Education . . . Haresfoot, Program Manager, Business lVlanager . . . Union Film Committee . . . Marching Band, Concert Band . . . St. Francis House . . . Lambda Chi Alpha, Secretary. RAWSON S. PRICE . . . Phoenix, Ariz .... Banking and Finance . . . Finance Society: Secretary, Treasurer . . . WSA Human Rela- tions Committee, New Student Week, Fraternity Buyers Coop Board of Directors . . . YGOP . . . Haresfoot, Business Manager . . . Delta Tau Delta, Treasu1'er. PHYLLIS E. PRORSCH . . . Stoddard . . . Elementary Education . . . Transfer from La Crosse State . . . Badger Block . . . Chadbourne Hall, Tri-Dorm Formal, Campus Carnival. fdw' rf. , ,I I ff' SHIRLEY M. PROM , . . Waukesha . . . History . . . Transfer from Carroll College . . . MHA Cavinetg Big Ten Dorm Conference, Co- edls Week, Badger Block . . . Ifnited Student Fellowship . . . Slichtcr Hall, Chorus. DONALD FRANK PRESAK . . . Milwaukee . . . Mechanical Engineering . . . Transfer from I'W Milwaukee . . . Society of Auto- motive Engineers, American Society of Mechanical Fngineers, Society of Student Fngineers . . . Gregory House. PATRICIA M. PSCHEIDT . . . Eau Clai1'e . . . Speech Correction . . . Transfer from Eau Claire State . . . Sigma Alpha Eta, Treasurer . . . Womens lntcrdorm Council . . . Campus Carnival, Humorology. Transfer from UW Milwaukee. ANTHONY W. PTACEK . . . Cudahy . . . Geology. RAYMOND JOSEPH PUHL Milwaukee Geology . . . Transfer from If W Milwaukee. DONALD RYALL PYRDY . . . Appleton . . . Flectrical Engi- neering . . . Institute of Radio Engineers, American Institute of Electrical Engineers. RAYMON D PUTZI . . . Milwaukee . . . Mechanical Engineering . . . American Society of MechanicalEngineers . . . Phi Kappa. JOHN THOMAS QIYIGLEY . . . Omro . . . Chemical Engineering . . . Mace . . . MHA Cabinet. Personnel Committee. GARY JAMES QIfINN . . . Monroe . . . Insurance . . . Nautilus Society . . . Newman Club . , . Insurance Society. NANCY JIILIA QIIINN . . . Madison . . . Elementary Education . . Alpha Xi Delta. Marshall. JOHN LEONARD QUITZOW . . . Wauwatosa . . . Applied Art . . . Transfer from I'W Milwaukee . . . Chamberlin House. PAIII. V. RAAB . . . Milwaukee . . . Electrical Engineering . . .h Transfer from University of Texas . . . Tau Beta Pi . . , Institute of Radio Engineers. -155 RABEDEAU - REBHOLZ LOIS M. RABEDEAU . . . Kenosha . . . Occupational Therapy . . . Eta Kappa Lambda ..., A WS, Judicial Representative . . . Occupa- tional Therapy Club. JOEL JOSEPH RABIN . . . Milwaukee . . . Medical Science . . ' Phi Eta Sigma. PATRICIA ANN RACE . . . Green Bay . . . Journalism . . . Theta Sigma Phi, Sigma Epsilon Sigma . . . Student Senate . . . Hoofer gouncil, Sailing Club . . . Kappa Delta, Vice President, Pan-Hel ouncil. JOHN H. RADKE . . . Madison . . . Mining Engineering . . . Amer- ican lnstitute of Mining Engineers . . . Wisconsin Engineer . . . Hoofers . , . Triangle, Vice-President, Secretary. BARNEY O. RAE . . Boseobel . . . Electrical Engineering . , . Kappa Eta Kappa, President, Treasurer, Publicity Chairman, American Institute of Electrical Engineers, Secretary . . . Electron Nlagazine, Editor . . . Sliderule House, President. THOMAS GEORGE RAGATZ . . . Madison . . . Accounting- Finance . . . Beta Alpha Psi, Sophomore Honors, General Electric Scholarship Recipient . . . Student Senate: SLIC, Co-Chairman, Finance Committee, IF Council: Fraternal Societies and Social Life, Subcommittee . . . National Defense Transportation Associa- tion, President: Finance Society . . . Track . . . Sigma Chi, Presi- dent, Business Manager. HARVEY LLOYD RAIMAN . . . Kenosha . . . Bacteriology . . . St. Pauls Chapel Choir . . . University Male Chorus. KATHERYN MAE RALPH . . . Edmund . . . Home Economics Education . . . Euthenicsg 4-H . . . VVesley Foundation. Choir. ROGER RICHARD RALPH. . . Madison . . . Philosophy. ,. , "" 'f5! :fQ " .ea""r ff .ff K' .5 "z: if - S if . 95 if f sr, W ' 2,13-r",zi? , '- , - - , T . Fis t? " . V TI: Z:-,K -a2ii:Iiq4:gj5:f'.:-H f-an , ':,:?F'.l::- 456 hwfgf V I nu: ff. if Qi, is f ff ,V ,, f 5172 if 3 if tr 3 4 1 KAREN JUNE RAMMELT . . . Wauwatosa . . . Speech Correc- tion . . . Transfer from UW Milwaukee . . . Sigma Alpha Eta, Pres- ident. KENNETH WILBERT RAMMER . . . Sheboygan . . . Account- ing . . . Transfer from Sheboygan Extension . . . Beta Alpha Psi. DOREEN R. RAMTHUN . . . Wauwatosa . . . Elementary Edu- cation . . . MHA, Commons Committee Secretary . . . Scheders . . . Slichter Hall, Floor Chairman. PAULA ANN RANDALL . . . Milwaukee . . . Elementary Educa- tion . . . WSA Personnel Committee: AWS Coedls Week, Orienta- tion Week, Prom, Public Relations Committee, University Chorus, University Religious Council . . . Delta Delta Delta, Treasurer. LYLE FRED RASMIISSEN . . . Baldwin . . . Pharmacy . . . Trans- fer from River Falls State College . . . Wisconsin Pharmaceutical Society. ANN TAYLOR RATCLIFF . . . Madison . . Chemistry . . . Sigma Epsilon Sigma, President, Crucible, Mortar Board, Sophomore Honors . . . Badger, Sub-section Editor . . . SLIC, Fraternal Organi- zations and Social Life Chairman, WSA, Leadership Conference, Student Senate . . . Union Commons Committee, Secretary, Beef- eaters, General Co-Chairman, Pan-Hellenic, General Rushing Chairman, Senior Swingout . . . Gamma Phi Beta. JAMES CHARLES RAIJSCHL . . . Madison . . . Accounting . . . Beta Alpha Psi. DAVID RICHARD RAWSON . . . Lancaster . . . Marketing . . . Alpha Tau Omega, Social Chairman, Rushing Chairman, Vice- President. DONALD E. RAY. . .VVauzeka. . . Philosophy. . . Phi Alpha Delta JAMES PATRICK RAYMOND . . . Milwaukee . . . Electrical Engineering . . . Eta Kappa Nu .... - Xmerican Institute of Electrical Engineers: Institute of Radio Engineers. Kappa Eta Kappa. JERRY JAY REARDON . . . Pardeeville . . . Animal Husbandry . . . Livestock Judging Team. WARREN RUSSELL REBHOLZ .... A rlington, N.J .... Physical Education . . . Phi Epsilon Kappa . . . Football . . . Beta Theta Pi. 4' in-.iz "-1' f l MARY FRANCIS REISING . . . Gary, Inlmiana , . . English . . . Ivnion Library Coinlnittw- .... Xlpha Xi D1-lla, Courtz-sics Chairman. MARVIN FREDERICK REITZ . . . Oshkosh ..., AK'f'UllI1ilI1g . . . Bvta Alpha Psi . , . Marr-hing Ii-nnml. DONALD YJ. REPAAI ,... Eau Cllairc- ..,. AVVOIIIIIIIIH . . . Transfc'r from Eau Ulairv Stain- . . . Rota Alpha Psi. BERNARD SVVAN RESTI'f'ClA . . . Cohassot, Mass .... Alpha Delta Sigma, Troasurcr . . . Ortopus . . . Union Flllll COI11ITllI,t0G, Ifnion Public Rf-lations Cilllllllililxi' . . . rI'0l1I'Il2LII1l'Ilf- of Song, Hum- orology , . . Spanish Clulr . . . Pi Kappa Alpha, Newsletter Puhlishc-r. ROBERT ELTON REIITER . . . Madison . . . Actuarial Sviclivc' . . . Insurance Sorioty . . . Band, O1'm-lic-stra. ROBERT IVIARTIN REI'TER ,... Miflillm-lon . . . Dairy Husband- ry . . . Saddle and Sirloin. RAYMOND CHARLES R.El'TTl'IR . . . Sauk City . . . Clif-iniral Erlginr-v1'ing .... P AlIll'!'ll'2iIl Institutv ol' C'ln-niir'al Engim-vi's . . . Arnold Air Sovim-ty. JACK RONALD REVOYR . . . Ma.rshfi1-lfl . . . Journalism . . . Transfvr from f'ollm-get of St. Tliolnas anfl Oshkosh Stats- . . . Now- nlan Clulm. Pax Romana Disrussion Group . . . Phi Kappa. Public' Rclations. GEORGE VVASHINGTON RIRAR . . . Slim-lmoygan . . . l"inan1'c. . . Finanvv Sorivty . , . MHA Gs-nc-ral Cliairman, Horns-roining Danm- ... Gilman Houss-. ROBERT OYYEN RICIIARDSON . . . Madison . . . l"lvr'tric-al Engima-ring . . . Transl's-r from I'VV Milwaukc-0 .... 'AIllK'I'l!'Illl Insti- tutc of Elcctriral Eiigim-4-1'i11g . . . Nr-wnian Club . . . Kappa Eta Ixappa, Sorial fllllllfllltlll, r1II'l'2lSlll'K'l', X11-v PI'llSllll'IlI. RAYMOND PHILIP RIVHE . . . Ilalvs C'ornvrs . . . E11-1'tric'al Eixgiiicwwiiig . . . Transl'r-r from IAN' IVIIIWIIIIIQCU , . . .hIll0l'll'1iIl Insti- tut0 of Eler'trir'al Enginvx-rs: Instituto ol' Raclio I'lIlLflIll'i'l'S. RUTH MARIE RIFHMOND . . . lVvst Allis . . . Elm-rnvntary Edu- cation . . . Elilalwth VVatc-rs Hall. I'nit Pri-sirlvnt. REED - RICHMOND WILLIAM C. REED . . . Viroqua . . . Markm-ting . . . Transfvr from LaCrosse Statc- Follvgv. HELEN JANE REHREIN ..., -Xpplc-ton . . . Homo I'l4'0I10Illlf'S . . . Phi Lpsilon Oniirron . . . Daily Cardinal . . . VVSA, Ia-acl:-rsliip and Partiripation Coinlnittvv fllltllfllltlll, Pre-simlvilt: Studs-nt S1-natvg Pan-Hr-l Connr-il, Pre-sidvnt . . . Kappa Kappa Gamma, Svcrrotary. JOHN ANTHONY REICHLING . . . Fond clu Lai' , . . Inclustrial Managvnicrnt . . . Sorioty for tho .AllVIlIlI'1'lllK'Ili of lN'Iai1ag0x11v11t . . . Harvsloot . . . Newman C'lul1, 1,I'0Slfll'llf, Sorial Chairman. GENE IW. REIMER . . . Milwaukvv . . . Am-ounting. . . llc-ta Alpha, Psi . . . Evans Scholars, Prvsimlvnt, Vivo-Prs-siclm-lit, Trc-asurvr. ROGER T. REINEMANN Kolilc-r Ilusinoss Aclminisl :ation . . . Delta Sigma Rho, Historian . . . Wisvonsin I'I0I'0Ill-HIC I'nion, Historian, President. RICHARD ALLYN REINERT . . . Lalm Gonova. . . llnivvrsity Ma1'c'hing Band . . . Dvlta Theta Sigma, llaptist M0n's Dorm. JAMES JACOB REINHARDT . . . Shc-lmoygan . . . Elvr'tric'al En- ginvvlilig . . . Transfer from Slim-lroygaii Extvnsion . . . Dornisyl- vania Finance Chairman . . . Sliowvrinan Housv, Sorial c'll2llI'Il1tlI1. RRLCE HAROLD REINHOLD . . , Elin Grovv . . . Rusinc-ss Aclininistration . . . Rota Alpha Psi . . . IIllUI'-I'II'2lIUl'llliA' Counril, Treasurvr: Fratc-rnity Iluyc-r's Board of Govurnors . . . Kappa Si ma, S0f'I'9IHI'V Treasurer. , . 7 HAROLD TIEDEMANN R,EISHl'S. JR, .... Glvn Ellyn, Ill. . . . Dairy Huslianclry . . . Transfvr from I'nivm'sity of Arizona . . . Sanl- flle and Sirloin Clud, Vivo-Pr!-simls-nt: Crops :Incl Soils C'lul1 . . . Agriculture-Homo Eronoinirs Stucls-nt Counvil. View-Prvsiclf-nt . . Alpha Galnina Rho. Rushing flll2llI'IIltIIl. Prvsimls-nt. 457 n.: WWW! f .af 'Af 54 ' 5 kings K sf an lk ik , lf. RICHTER - ROESKE JACOB ALEXANDER RlC'H'1'HR . . . Milwaiukm-0 . . Plltlfllllifiy . . . Transfer from VW Milwauikw- . . . VVisc-onsin Plui1'i1mf'ci1tim1l Sovivty . . . Vilas Housv, I":1vill0Houss-. JOHN WILLIAM RIDGIC . . . VV:uis:Lu . . . IVIILIIII-l'IlI'l-lIf'5 - - - Trsmsfer from Waxusziu Iixtc-nsion . , . Schcders . . . Gilxnzin House-. JAMES S. RIIGMICNSCIINIGIDER . . , Gl0I1Vl4!vVy Ill ---- PSY 1-hology . , . Sigma Nu, Plcclgo President. Revordor. ROGER RALPH RIICTZ . . . Ovouto . . . lNIec'l1:lnim'aLl I'l1l3llIWl'l'lI1b! . . . American Sovioty of Msrclnmic-:ml Ifnginevrsl b0f'll'Iy Ui Mm" inotive Eiigincors . . . Civil Oofoiise, Co-Chuirinfin ..., Xlphzi Tatu Oinepia. .IAN ICE S. RINDT . . . Milwaukee . . . Iilcinentxiry I'lQll1l'21iI0l1 - - - Transfer from Vzilpztmiso Ifnivcrsity .... A lpha Phi. ROBERT PETER RINGICNOLDCS . . . Wuuvyutosai . . , Hiswfy . , . Transfer from UW Milwaukee- . . . Chamberlin Housv. RONALD ROBERT RISCII . . . Juncsvillo . . . Phvsivzil I'l4lllQ'Iltl0ll . . . Phi Epsilon Kzippzig W Club . . . Studi-nt Atlilvtiv-ilioaml . . . Mons Halls Athlvtic' Coininittm-Q, Chairman . . . TI'2M'li1 f FOSS I Ulm' try, Captain . . . L:L Follc-ttv Housv, Athletic CIIIIIPIHQIII. ICLIZANOR LOI'ISl'f RISTICIVN . . , Baraboo . . :Allll'l'll'2l,ll IIISII' tutions . . . Phi Kappa Phi: Sigma Vpsilon Sigma. 'I'i'v:is111'v1'1 MUNI" ISOQIFCI . . . VVSA QAUIIIIOIIIIK' Atlznirs Dire-Ctor . . . P4-11:I'I:Ll C514-in-i'ul Rushing Ch.lII'IH21IlQ Pun-H1-l Rall, Publivity . . . AN1!iK'OllSlIl'I3l'9' Views: Senior Swingout: Honuicoining Dani-e, IJ4-4-omtioiisl I-Il10ll Gallery Coinmittvvg Junior Orr-hi-sis . . . Czilvztry Stuclm-nt Cc-ntvr . , . Alpha Ganunai Delta, Vim: PI'fxSILl6'Ilt. ANDREW O. RITICRIS . . . Milwziukve . . . M121-lnuiic-:il wI'lIlgllll:C'l:- ing . . . Ame-rivzm Sovivtiy of Mcclizliiivzll Pfiigiin-01's . . . 'IIIPUI I lil- IPONALD A, RITTICR . . . Rzlcinu . . . IRCOIIOIHIUS . . . Conovvr House, Swenson Housv. IVILLIAM NI-IVILLIC ROARK . . . Madison . . . Sociolofly - - I'Iool'ers . . . ILS Council. CHARLES E. RORICRTS . . . South Milw:u1kcf'w . . . IIislf1l'Y - - St. Frzmcis Student Ci-ntvr, Pre-side-nt . . . Alpha I1l.l1Q,I!lK'1.'Q21. EDITH INIARY ROIIICRTS . . . Milwaukee . . . Hovnic I'll'Oll-OIUICS . . . Eta Kappa I.:Ln1lnl:1: Phi Vpsilon Omivron, Xi:-1: I,I'0SlllOlltQ INIortu.r Board, Prvsiclvnt .... - Xll Campus Loaulcrslup Coiitoi'viu'c Planning Conunittc-ug Woins-n's Iiiterlizills Council . . . Wisc-onsm Pro Views: ANIOIHUIIS Dolphin Club, Tmzislirei' . . . Pros House? Stu- mlvnt Centvr . . . Slir1l1tvrI'I:ill, St'I'l'0tllI'f', P1'e-slmlsriit, Nuwsp:1pvi'. MOLLIH BRYAN ROISICRTS . . . Milwzuiliee . . . Chilfl ODVCIOP' mont . . . Senior Dolphins , . . St. Frilnvis Housf-. Altnr Ixuilcl, IIos- pitality Coinmittov .... Xlphai Xi DL-lt'1, Rushinzr cllllllflllilll- RONNA LU ROBERTS . . . Madison . . . Elo1nvnt.:u'y I'llllll'i1tIUll . . . Trarisfor from WllIhl!NN'ilfl3l' Statc . . . Schomlvrs. .IANIS RAIC ROBINSON . . . Monte-llo . . . I'llvinc-ntziry I'ltlllf'2lllUll . . Pi Illtlllllflil Thvtu ..., I Xmlvrsvn House, Sef'1'0t:ii'y-rl wrislin-i'. ROBERT .IAMICS ROBINSON . . . Milw:u1kc-r- . . . I'll5'Si1'F - TI'ZillSl'C'I' from IWV Milwmikm-4-. VIRGINIA ANN RORY . . . Madison . . , Spoorhv. . . 'I'1':u1sfPl' IEWJIU Linclcnwoocl Collvgv . . . Pun Hill Counvil . .. . ARIIILPI' Vtcw-li, I ul:- lirity CI121I1'H1QII1Q Czxnipus R4-cl Cross, Pul1lic'1t.y Cll1!l1I'Il1IlIl1 Iluinor- ology . . . Alpha Chi Oinvgu. Activitivs Chxurinzin. MARY ICLICANOR ROCIIIC . . . Wvst Allis. . . I'Iistory . . . Tmns- l.l'1'l'l'OHI Rosary Collvgv . . . Alphzl. Phi. JAMES MARTIN ROCK , . . I-'lyinouth . . . Gi-ogrnpliy .1. .-MIIA Culsiuotq Ilouscv Prvsiclmits Counvil: Loans COIHIIIIIIOO, C llii-ll'Ill2l.I1Q Athlvtic COI11I11lttI'1' . . . Slt'lH'l'lil'I' Housv. Vim- P11-snlc-int, I'rvsnls-nt. ROMIQLLIC FAY ROICSKIC . . . IV:Lysille1 . . . ICr'onoinir-s . . . I'nion Housv IIEIIDIPSUIIIIIIIVV. ROHN - RUECKL RICHARD GICORGIC ROHN . . . VV:1uw:ttos:n . . . lnsuranre . . . Iiisiirmic-if Sorim-ty. VVlI.I.lAM THOMAS ROONPIY . . . Darlington . . . ll"lf'OI1OI1lil'S . . . Young Rc-publivzins Club . . . N:1tion:Ll llvtl-risv rlimlisportatloli Assovizition, Pershing Rifles . . . Doltzi Siglllil Pig Sowell Cllfllflllilll, Rushing c'llZl.lI'II12LIl, Se-nior View Prosiilvnt. ROBICRT KENT ROSE . . . Kewziskum . . , Nziturul Sviencfl . . . lfnivvrsity Mzirvliing Hamid, Raclgvr Rmnl . . . l'nit04l Student Fol- lowship . , . Aczu-in, Prvside-nt. BARBARA ROSICN . . . Chicago . . . llainc-1' . . . rllI'IlIlSl.f'l' from Vni- vorsity of Colormlo . . . Sigma Dvltzz Tau . . . l'llllIlUl'0lUQ,'Y. Junior Orvhvsis, S1'I1i0I'fJI't'll0SlF . . . Villa M:11'i:L. SHELDON JIGROMIC ROSEN . . , Milwanukvv . . . Plnrrinzicy. . . Trz1nsi'vr from VW Milwaukee . . . Phi litai Sigma: Sophomore Honors . . . Wisconsin Phmnizxc-elxtic-:il Sovif-ty . . . Kappa Psi. JLIROMIC ROSICNISAVM . . . .lvrsoy City. N..l ..... Nl't'0llI1tlI1g . , . Phi Sigma, Ilvlm. MARCIA LICIG ROSIGNBERG . . . Milwznikm- . . . Social Work . . . Vnion Film Committc-r-, Chairnnin . . . Victorirr Hous0.Tr0:1Surer, Presidt-nts R011-ption Committee. MARILYN RVSNAK ROSRNBERG . . . VVilinvtt4-, Ill ...A 'His- panic Studia-s . . . Transfer from Boston l'nivvrsity . . . Alpha lip- silon Phi. ROBERT MICHAICL ROSHNBICRG . . . VVinnvtk:i, Ill .... Evo- nomir-s . . . IF Counvil . . . Sr':1bbar'd:n1d Rlzulv. Provost Corps . . . Zctzz Ill'lll 'llIlll, Ph-dgv Prcsidvnt. SGf'l'0till'y. CAROLIC ROVVIC . . . VVcst Allis . . . l'llCIll0Ill2l.l'y l'l4llll'2ltiOIl, HARVEY WII.I.I.XMROW1-I. . . Sturgm-on Ray . . . Politival Svic-nca- . . , Young Rvpublivalns. Director, lixomitivv Coinniittcv . . . Cal- vary l1IltllI'I'IlIl. DOROTHY .IOSLIN ROVVELL . . . Vvronan . . . Psyvhology . . . Trunsfm-r from Dulw Vniversity . . . Psyvhology Club . . , Vniversity Chorus. LARRY JOHN ROVVICLI, . . . wvtllllilxsllil . . . flt'ULfl'IlI!llY and His- tory . . . N:mtionu,l lCclur':ztion Association: Gvogmpliy Club: Psy- Cholo V Club , . Owto Jus . ,Youn R0 Dlllblitnllli . l'nion Forum 11. A V I - - ss 1 - - . Coinniittvvz Czunpus Carnival . . . l4llllN'I'2lIl Studvnt iASSOf'l2Lt101l . . . Swvnson Houso S0l'12llCll211l'II1I1Il, TI'f'2lSlII'llI'. , G. VVlLl,lAM ROVVLAND . . . Elm Grovt- . . . I'l1'ono1nir's . . . Tr:Lnst'vr from l"loricl:L Southvrn Collogs- . . . Signm Alpha Epsilon. NORMAN MATHICVV ROZANSKY . . . Mmlison . . . Medic-:il SC'lPI1t'C' . . . Phi lim Sigma. President. Sw-11-t:1r'y. Council: Phi J Chi . . , Vnion Thcaits-r Committve, Bzulgvr Irvvivws, New Student VW-ck clllllllllllllxtt :intl Guido, Jewish Studi-nt W1-lt':n'v Fund Pub- ity' . . . Hillvl I"oun1lz1tion. ROGER HARRY RI'BlCNDAl.L . . . l'iI'K't'DOI'l, lll .... lft'0I1OIDi4'S . . . Slllfliqlt Athlr-tic' Roztrd . . . VV Club. Golf, Cnptztin . . . Beta Thvtzi Pi. lNIAR,.lORll'l CIOICTZ RVCKS , . . Manlison . . . lloniv l'lf'0I10IHlf'S . . . liutlivnivs . . . Rzxclgm-r. Living Cnits liflitor, . . l'nivvrsity Chorus. RAYNIOND li. RVCKS . . . B1-rlin . . . IClvr't1'i1-:rl l'lIlLflIlt't'I'lIlg . . . .AII10l'lf'1iIl lnstitutv ot' LIlQc'trif':1.l I'lIlLflIl0l'l'F, Instituto of Rziclio lirigiriwws . . . lizulgs-r Vvtviuns Orgzinizzition, RICHARD ICDVVIN Rl'DlSll,l. . . . hlillon .lunvtion .... A grivul- tural Iivoinoiiiic-s ..., I Xgrivulturzil l'lf'01l0Illil'S Nor-is-ty, rllI'0IlSl1l'0l'. Vim' Prvsich-nt, Pri-siflc-nt: Future Fatrxnvrs ot' AII10l'if'2l, Ag-Home lit' Studs-nt Cllllllfll . . . Alpha Gzunnm Rho, Vim- Pl'l'SltlK'lll,. HAZIVI. l.. Rlilil . . . Mt. Horcrb .... lournnlisni . . . Corunto, Sor- retnry . . . liuppn Dollar, lfilitor. ROGICR lilflli R.I'l'fCKl ,... Grvon Ray . . . tlvology . . . 'lll't1I1Sff.'I' from Mzrrquvtti- l'niVm-rsity . . . Goology Club . . . St. Pauls Co- Opcwzitiw- liazting Club. ff we ,..... ig, . V, 2 p , , ff Q 4 X f :Zi W' 1 1 wtf 1 73 if C C ?': yi 4 4 4: A 1 ii' xx r Bw ' J? WV. ' ff ,, 5 - 1 G V ,, , f, -L59 'Ken Wm ag' RUESCH - SAPPINGTON RICHAR.D G. RUESCH . . . Medford . . . Economics . . . Transfer from River Falls. State . . . Finance Club . . . Badger Veterans Or- ganization . . . Gilman House, Vice President, Social Chairman. ROBERT JOSEPH RUGGIERI . . . Milwaukee . . . Speech . . . Transfer from UW Milwaukee . . . House President's Council . . . Parent's Weekend, Dorm Co-Ordination Chairman . . . Swenson House, President. NANNITA MARIE RUGGLES . . . Oconomowoc . . . French . . Sigma Epsilon Sigma, Phi Kappa Phi, Phi Beta Kappa . . . Union Dance Committee, AWS Fashion Show Chairman, AWS Personnel Chairman . . . Badger Beauty, 1955 . . . Chi Omega, Rushing Co- Chairman. MARK ALBERT RUSCH, Jr .... Milwaukee . . . Music Educa- tion . . . Transfer from UW Milwaukee . , . Phi Mu Alpha . . . MHA Chorus, President, Director, A Cappella Choir, Vice President, Presi- gent.31WMHA Music Director, Announcer . . . Gilman House, Vice resu ent. PHILIP HAROLD RUSCH . . . Madison . . . Electrical Engineer- 1ng . . . Eta Kappa Nu . . . Institute of Radio Engineers. SHELDON VVALTER RUSCH . . . Fremont . . . Physical Educa- tion . . . Phi Epsilon Kappa . . . Provost Corps . . . Baseball. HOWARD BINGHAM RUSSELL . . . Superior . . . Mathematics. JEAN ANNE RUSSELL . . . Racine . . . Medical Science . . . Trans- fer from Racine Extension . . . Sigma Epsilon Sigma . . . Alpha Epsilon Iota, Medigals . . . Badger Club, Service Chairman, Hodag Secretary-Treasurer, Judicial Chairman. JOYCE ANN RUSSELL . . . Lake Delton . . . Home Economics . . Phi Upsilon Omicron, Omicron Nu, Secretary . . . Euthenics . . Wesley Foundation Student Association . . . Barnard Hall. KATHLEEN JOAN RUSSELL . . . Lake Mills . . . Home Eco- nomics . . . Phi Upsilon Omicron . . . Futhenics, Blue Shield 4-H Club . . . WSA General Womens Dorms Chairman, Campus Chest, MHA Awards Committee . . . Slichter Hall, Chorus, Floor Chair- man, Library Chairman. ELIZABETH NIEBALER RVST . . . Phillips . . . Child Develop- ment . . . Elizabeth Waters Hall, Unit Social Chairman. JOSEPH F. RUTHGEERTS . . . Superior . . . Geology . . . Transfer from Superior State . . . Wisconsin Film Society . . . Wisconsin Liberal Clubg Young Democrats . . . Channing Club, President . . . Channing-Murray House. ROGER W. SACKETT . . . Madison . . . Mechanical Engineering . . . Society of Automotive Engineers . . . Engineering Exposition . . . Sigma Phi, Secretary. REX THOMAS SAETHER . . . Blanchardville . . . Marketing . 2 . lVIarketing Club, Finance Society . . . University of Wisconsin Marching Band. LEONARD JAMES SAIRS . . . Milwaukee . . . Landscape Archi- tecture . . . Transfer from FW Milwaukee . . . Landscape Council Ring. LUIS JAIME SALDARRIAGA . . . Medellin , . .rl-Ilectrical Engi- neering . . . Transfer from Milwaukee School of Engineering . , . International Club . . . Conover House, Vice-President. PHYLLIS SAMUELS . . . Newark, New Jersey . . . English, Speech . . . Union Public Relations Committee . . . Tower View, Freshman Representative, Social Chairman. DONALD SEYMOUR SANDLER . . . Beachwood Village. Ohio . . . Advertising . . . Alpha Delta Sigma . . . Marketing Clubg Fi- nance Clubg Insurance Club . . . Pi Lambda Phi, Pledge Master, Pledge Vice President. VICTOR SELMER SAN DMAN . . . Port Edwards . . . Chemical Engineering . . . Hoofers Ski Team, Captain, Ski Jump Chairman . . . Delta Tau Delta. ROBERT H. SANGER . . . VVashburn . . . Economics . . . Transfer from Superior State Teachers College . . . Society for the Advance- ment of Management . . . Mack House. EMELYN HELEN SAPPINGTON . . . Marinette . . . History . . Kappa Delta, Vice-President. SAVAGE - SCHLEUNES JAMICS RICHARD SAVAGIC . . . Brooklin-lcl . . . Chcmival lilngi- nz-vring . . . Transfer from l'nivvrsity ol'VVis1'onsin, Milwaukvr- . . . Polygon Board. NANCY L. SAXTON . . . Madison . . . Pharinavy . . . Kappa Plpsilon . . . VVist'onsin Pl1Iil'IllIl4'l'llIll'lll Sovivtyz .Alllt'l'lt'21I1 Pharmaf'0utival Assoviation . . . Dolphins. MAR Y .IANIC SCALICS .... Xrvhlmolcl, Ohio . . . Physival lYIv1lim-iiw . . . Physiral Therapy Clulw. Scvrotary, Vivo-P11-sirli-lit . . . Iwttt-i'4-1' Housv, Vic-0-Prvsimlvliti. DAVID NICHOLAS SVHAAF . . . Manlison . . , Ifinanco . . . Iivta Alpha Psi . . . Finanro Soi-im-ty, Commerce Counvil, Chairman . . , Int4-1'-I"rate1'11ity Counvil, Treasurer . . . Dvlta Sigma Pi, Trcasurm-r. ROISICRT ICDVVARD SCIIAAF . . . Madison . . . Finanrre . . Naval Rvsorve . . . Gylnnastivs . . . DL-lta Sigma Pi. JOHN MARVIN SCIIAARS . . . Madison . . . Zoology . . . Kappa Sigma. f'I'IARLICS VVILLIAM SCIIALLER . . . .lanosvillv . . . History . . . Phi lita Sigma, Sophomorv Honors, Phi Kappa Phi . . . I'nivorsity Prvvivws, Harvsfoot . . . Sigma Chi, Corrc-sponcling SQc1'etary. Vim'- Prvsidvnt. RICHARD ERNEST SCHALLERT . . . Rarino . . . Geography . . . Transfor from University of Wisconsiii, Ravino . . , Lutheran Stin- dcnt, Assoviation . . . Stuclm-nt Civilian D4-fvnso Committee, Chan'- man . . . Faville Houso, rTl'0tLSllI'CI'. JACK D. SCHALLOCK . . . Milwaukee . . . G1-ology . . . Transfc-r from IWW Milwaukm-0. JOHN VVILLIAM SCHARICR . . . Vvrona . . . Insuranvo . . . In- suranrv Sovicty. MAR.IORIli ANNIC SCHARF . . . Milwauk1-c- . . . Recreation . . . TI'IlIlSl'4'l' from the I'niv1-rsity of Michigan . . . S4-nior Counril . . I mon House Committvo . . . Bamlgor Prc-Yicws, Badger Blovk , . . X ll'tOI'l2l House, Sovial c,lll2lll'Ill2lI1. CAROL A. SCHELLING . . . Virocua . , . Natural Science 1 . . . Inta lxappa Lambda, Trvasuror . . , Badgvr Club, Iixevutivo Coun- cil: Wlntc Housc, Pri-siilvnt, Vice-Prcsirlvnt, .ludivial Chairman. ROBICRT P. SCHICPPIC . . . Racine . . . M4-1-lianical Iinginecringz. CAROLINE E. SCIIILLING . . . VVauwatosa , . . Child Dovvlop- mc-nt . . . Transfer from Vniversity of VVisvonsin, Milwaukec . . . Homvconiing, Campus Carnival . . , Kappa Dm-lta. ROGICR ROLAND SCIIIMM . . . Mayville . . . History . . . Trans- for from Ifniversity of Nohraska . . . Kappa Sigma. WILLIAM .IAY SCHINDLIIR . . . WI21Slll?Ill'Il . . . Marketing . . . Transfvr from Northland Collm-go . . . Sovivty for the Adva11r'c-invnt of Managvment, Markoting Club. ROBICRT VV. SCHINKICL . . . Parmlvvvillv .... Xinvricaii Institu- tions . . . Military Ball . . . Nvwman Club . . . Phi Kappa, Svcrotary. GLICNN R. SCHLAFICR . . . Madison . . . Gm-ologzy. DIANI3 HIGGINS SCIILAPPICR . . . Milwaiikr-0 . . . Pliarinavy . . . Transfvr from I'niVorsity of Wvisconsin. Milw:111k1-v . . . Kappa lipsilon . . . VVisc'onsin Pl1ar1naf'Qutic'al Sovivty. Correspontling Sc-rzrm-tary, Senior Baliqluft Chairman . . . I'nivvrsity Chorus . , . Chi Onic-ga. SHARON LYNN SClILl'lNDI+lIl . . . Milwaukee . . . Spvvvli . . Transfer from UW Milwaukvc . . . Ballgor Block. SHICRRY SCHLICIINIQS , . , Manitowox' . . . Home I"lC'0llOIllit'S I'Illlll'2lIlOl1 . . . Phi I'psilon Omivron . . . VVisc'onsin Country Mag- azinc-. Advertising Manage-r . . . Summa-r Stnflvnt Sc-nate: Big Sistvr Chairman, AWS AYOIIIUIPS Aflministrativc l'ounc'il: Summer Prom, I'll1ll'I'tIlIllI11CIlf, Chairman: Now Studm-nt Wvvk, Traditions Co- Chairman: Wisconsin Pro-Vim-ws: Pan-Hvl Ball, Promotions Chair- man, Prositlcntfs Lawn Party, Co-Chairman . . . Alpha Chi Omvga, Co-Rushing Chairman, Vir'c--Prosidcnt. Y Q H .af , 5 It in - .i..kiZ5ls, . I ' V 4 alia? f a, N M- 1 i., -1iigi'2Qsi.3. Ii .,iQ Q ?7' 461 DONALD LOUIS SCHMITT . . . Madison . . . Sovial VVo1'k . . . VVSA Human Rights flOIlllHlllt'0I Youth Advisory Board to tho Govvi'nor's Commission on Human liights. Past Co-Chairniang Young Atlult lioluwl to tho CiOVK'l'IlOI"Q Commission on Human Rights. P11-st-nt c'll'l-ll'II12lIl . . . Cnion Plata-mont Committoc- . . . P1'l'Slllllg Hitlc-sg Provost Corps . . . Phi Kappa, Sc't'1'c-tary, Houss- Q' Chairman, Vif'o-Pwsiclmit. F. l'II'Gl'INI'I SCIHVHTT . . . l"rr-vpo1't, lll .... lilc-r't1'it'al 1311glI1C01'- ing . . Thx-ta Uvlta Chi. CAROL ANN SCIINABICL . . , Cetlarburg. . .HOIllt'Pji'OI10l11il'S . . . Ti'anst'vr from VVV Milwaukw . . . Phi Lpsilon Omicron . . . Pi B4-ta Phi. MARY JO SCHNl'IIIJl'Ill . . . lfau Clairv . . . FI'K'I1Cll1"ldllC?lIiOI1 . . . 'Pl'2iIlSl-Pl' from VVisf'onsin State Collc-gt-, Ifau Claire . . . French Club. 'TI't'il!4IlI'0l' .... - XVVS .lutlir-ial Boarcl . . . lvnion Commons Committve . . . Channing Club . . . Chi Ome-gag Lakota House, .ludivial Chair- man: F11-i11'l1 Housv, Social Chairman. VERNON ALLICN SCIINICIDICR . . . Applvton . . . l'Ilec't1'it'al lirigixlc-wiiig . . . VV:1ylancl Club. VVAYNIC l"RlCIJl4'RICK SCIINICIIHCR . . . She-boygan Falls . . Af'f-ounting: . . . Ti'anst'm' t'1'on1Slu-boygan Iixtcnsion. RICHARD l+'lil'IlJl'fliICK SCIINICIIJICRHAN . , . Sheboygan . . . l'lf'OIlOIllli'S . . . Humorologzy, Campus Carnival, MHA Finance Committw, MHA Chorus. NANCY JICAN SCHOl'fNOl"l" . . . Mn-nomonic , . . Philosophy . . . Wisrfrmrusill l"or't-nsic- llnion . . . lClizabt-th Wlatc-rs Hall, Storv Com- mittc-o. Library Committt-1-. EARL IC. SCHOIGWNWlfI'l"1'lfIR, . . . Jun:-au . . . 'Electrical Engi- IlCt'I'lIlLI . . . Kappa lita Kappa, Prt-sitlvnt, Vil'fl-Pl'6Sid0Ilt. Sovial Cha.ii'man3 Ainvrican lnstitutt- ol' lflc-t't1'if'z1l :l':IlfIiI19PI'S . . . Varsity Pistol Tvzun. HAYBTONIJ Ll'll'l SCHOl"llfiLlJ . . . Cltotvli . . . Nlcclicinc. SALLY AN N SCHOLZ . . . Niagznm . . . Gvology . . . Gr-ology Club Sm'rvta1'y . . . Dolphin Club . . . Iil'flt'l't'l' House, House President. JOHN ICRVVIN SCHOVVA L'1'lCli , . . VVauwatoSa . . . Mcdival St'i1-nc'r- . , . 'Pl'IlIlSl't'I'l-l'Oll1 Milwaukw- lfxtc-nSion , . . Phi Chi. 462 if SCHMEIG - SCHOWALTER JOAN HOSE SCHMICIG . . . Savanan. lll .... Mvtlival '1'c-c'hnol- ogy ,.., - Xlpha Dm-lt:t'1'lwta . . . Now Stuclvnt VVt-ok , . . Kappa Delta. DONALD HICNRY SCHMIIYI' . . . liaglr- Riva-1' . . . Medical Shit-1it'v . . . 'Pl'2iIlSl'I'l' from Vl'ausau I'lNll'llFlOl1 . . . Phi Pita Signla . . . Phi Chi . . . Haslntoiwl Hall, Pr:-siclt-nt. DCANIC YYlCSLl'IY SCHMIIYI' . , . Milwaulcvt- . . . Pll2l1'Ill2tt'j' . . . Transft-1' from IYIllWIllllit'l' lfxtc-nsion . . . Kappa Psi. Athls-tic' Di- rt-f'tor: Vl'isc'onsin Pll21I'lIlItt'l'llIlt'2ll Assoviation. JAMES PAl'L SCHMIIYI' . . , Mc-naiha . . . Natural Sviviivo . . T1'anst'cr l'l'OI11 N14-naslia lixtt-nsion . . . St'lli'4l0l'S. JOHN ICIJVYARI3 SCHMIDT . . . Milwxuikw . . . Cluvmival Engi- Ilf'0I'illg . . . rTl'21llSl-UI' from Milwauliot- lixtf-nsion .... 7 Al1ll'l'lC2lIl InSti- tutv ot' Cht-mit-al l'iIlg1llli'l'I'S . , . Slnowt-rnian Housc-, Prosiclvnt. KLTH ANN HCIIMIDT . . . iAIilYYiLlllit't' . . . Spwfvli .... Lnion lvSll0I', VVisf-onsin Playvi' Crm-ws . . . Hills-l lfounclation . . . Slwparcl Hall, Prvsitlm-nt. Sovial Cliairnuui. S4-vw-t:1i'y. VVILLIAM IlOl4l'Ili'l' SCHMHYI' . . . Oshkosh . . . City Planning . . . VVSA Human llc-lations Cornmittf-0. Chairman: l'nivc-rsity Stutlvnt lfavulty Human Rights Committvvl Svnior Counvil Ori- vutation VV:-wk: Cnion Tln-att-1' clOIllll1llltl'l'Q Uogriu Party, Chair- mang llf' . . . Tlu-ta Chi, Historian, Prvsiflt-lit, SUIHOI' Counvil, Stn-wartl. JOHN CARL SCHMIlJ'I'lilu , . . Mt-rrill . . . Public' Vtilitios and rPl'IlllSDOI'lIlliOll . . . l"inant'c- Sovit-ty, Vivo-PI'osiflm-riti1 Transportation Club, P1'vsitl1'nt. DALIC RALPH SCIIMITT . . . Fountain City .... X1'1'ounting . . . lit-ta Alpha Psi. SCHREIBER - SCHWAN MARILYN ANN SCI'IRl'IIlilCR . . . Suamico . . . Homo l'lr'onomir's . . , Nvwrnan Club . . . Sliclitt-r Hall, Floor Chairman, CAROL ANN SCHROICDICR . . , Golf, Ill .... Sorial Work , . . TF2LllSl.l'l' from Grinns-ll Collvgzv . . . Young ANYOIIIOIIIS Christian Assoviation .... A Xnn I'lIll4'l'y Hall. HENRY VVILLIAINI SCHROEDICR . . . Shoboygan .... -X grivul- tural Journalism . . . Transfor from ITW Milwaulu-0 . . . Sigma Dm-lta Chi: Radgs-r Corps and Soils Club, Presidvnt . . . VVisc'onsin Country Magazino, Managing Editor . . . MHA Public Rm-lations Commit- tm- . . . Dc-Ita Thcta Sigma. NANCY ANN SCHROICDICR . . , lA'Iount Horvb . . . lflemontary l'lduc'ation . . . Ropublivan Convvntion . . . IIILIIIIOI' Iilork . . . Dc-lta Dc-lta Dvlta, Prosidm-nt, Historian. RONALD FRFDICRICK SCHROEDICR . . . Milwzuikr,-c . . . lVIom'l1a11ir"Ll EIlgIIl0ltI'Illg . . , VVis0onsin Iflligiiiz-1-V, Editor . . , Candi- dato for Student Sc-natv, M1-n's Halls Association Cabinet, IIILIILIOI' Party . . . Campus Cha-st, Dorm and Fratc-rnity Chairrnang Iiadgvr Pri-fVis-ws . . . Beta Thx-ta Pi: Swenson Housv, Prosidont. RIITII MARIE SCHROICDICR . . . Milwaukvo . . . Clothing and Tuxtilvs . . . Transfvr from I'W Milwaukr-0 . . . Phi IIpsilon Omivron . . , Home- Ee Day Comniittcvs, Co-lids W4-ok Publivity . . . Tri- Dorm Publicity Chairman, Badger Club lfirc' Chairman . . . Cal- vary Lutheran Hostess Committee. Prograni Committee, Choir . . Alpha Ni Delta, Historian: Hodag Houso. Sovial Chairman. SITZANNE E. SCHROIVDIVR . . . VVauwatosa . . . Elcmvntary Edu:-ation . . . Pi Lambda Theta . . . Kappa Alpha Theta, Treasurer, WAYNE LEE SCHROICDICR . . . Lake Mills . . . Agricultural Education . . . Transfer from Plate-ville Statv . . . Collegiate Future I'w2iI'!l1IxI'S of Amcriva, Svrond Pr:-siclent. EUGEN F .IOHN SCIII'H . . . Kimlwrly . . . Industrial lklanaflfr- mont . . . Transfer from lNIilwauk0o Ext:-nsion . . . Phi Eta Sigma . . . Sovioty for the gA4lV2lIlt'I'IHQllf of IMIIIIIILHUIIIPIII. gg f,": IR KN lx RI BIN SC HI I IxIN Milu tultu Medicil burma li mnstfi hom Miln iul ci I' xtcnsion Phi I tm Slgllli Soph mont Honors Wisconsin Student lVIsd1r xl As oflatlon F1 tml t in I ommlttu I h mm in B-XRRXR X II' -YN bf HI I F7 Slicboxgxn Applied Alt T1 IIINIAII from WI1 xml I IIIXCI ity C ilhlx IOIIIIHIIICP Dtlt x C unml KAY l'Rl'lDFRICK SCHVI T7 . . . South Ylilivuikct . . . Journal- ism-Public R4 l-Ltions . . Sigma Dtlta Chi. Dc-lt'1 l'psilon . . . Daily Cardinal Assist'1,nt Sports l'dit.or . . . M1115 H-ills Association Prvsitlvntg Public Relations Committev . . . WMHA, Sports and Program Dirvr'tor3 Assistant Athlctic' Publivity Dirortorg Marvhing' and Ii'L1lfl'l'l' Hands . . . Turnvr House, Social Chairman, Publivity Chairman, Cabinet Rekprvsvntativv. MARLICNIC R. SCHI,'LTZ . . . Madison . . . Spot-c-h Correction . . . Sigma Kappa. President, First Vice-President. THOMAS C. SCH ULTZ . . . Royal Oak, Mivh .... Civil Enginevr- ing . . . Sovioty of Amorivan Movhaniral Enginx-urs . . . W Club, Swimminzg, Studvnt Athlotit' Board, Dolphins . . . Rota Theta Pl. DAVID EARL SCHI'I,Z . . . Lako Alills . . . Yoval I'lfIIlf'Il,tIOI1 . . . Phi Mu Alpha, Treasurm-r . . . A Cappella Choirg Mons Hall Chorus, Pre-sidvnti Tournamvnt of Song, Co-Chairman. ROY ALISICRT SCHVLZ . . . Random Lakv . . . History Education . . . Transfvr from Lakeland Collvgo . . . Phi Eta Sigma . . . Scfhcdors CHARLES ROBERT bCIIIlMACHER . . . Rutlm-dgo . . . Mining I"lI1f.IIIll'0l'IllIL . . . Tl'ti.IlSI'IxI' from Milwaukw- Iixtvnsion . . . Amorivan Instituto of Mining and Mvtallurgival I"lIl2flIlI't'l'S . . . Air Forvv ROTC: Nlitvhvll Airmvn . . . Calvary Luthf-ran Studont Cents-r, Public'ity Chairman, Alumni Committee. ARNOLD K. SCHCINIANN . . . Madison . , . Spf-f-r'h Education. .IOIIN HAROLD SCIIIIMANN . . . VVatc-rtown . . . Geology . . . Nc-W Studt-nt Guido: Humorologyy Honivc-oining Danvv Commit- tvt-: Mil Rall Committt-vp I'nion Social Forum. Chairman: SLIC Comniitlc-41 on Fraternal Soriotivs and Soc-ial Life- . . . Provost Corps . . , Phi Dc-lta Thcfta. Sf'I'l'4'Iill'A' . . . HOWARD WALTER SCIIVPPNER . . . VI'aun'atosa . . . I'ller'trif'al I'lIlf1,'lllI'I'l'Illg . . . Traiistl-r from Milwaulwo lfvtc-nsion . . . Amt-ric'an Instituto ot' l'lls-t't1'ir'al I'lllglIlK'0I'SQ Instituto of Radio Ifixgirieers . . . Fallows Ilousc-. ROBERT HENRY SCHWAN . . . Milwaukvo ..., A vvounting . . . lic-ta Alpha Psi . . . Nvwnian Club. 463 SCHWARER - SEVERSON ROBICRT JOSEPH SCHVVARICR . . . Janvsvillv . . . Cluiniral lllI1glI1Ql'l' . . . Sophomorc- Honors .... AIIl0l'lf'ilI1 lnstitutv of Chc-lnival l'lngim-vrs: I'lIl2:IIlPl'l'lllf.I Exposition . . . Hoofvrs Arvhery Cluh, TI'6"lSlll'l'l' . . . Riflv Train. CAROLIC JICAN SCHVVARTZ . . . lioniira . . . l"rm-nrli . . . 'l'ransl'c-r from Monmouth Collvpgv . . . Pan-llc-l Counsvlor. Panhvlls-uit' Counlsvl. l'I0111t't'OI1llllg, Huinorology, 'l'ournamvnt ol' Song, Campus Carnival . . . Kappa Dm-lta. Song Chairman, Pan-Ha-l llelvgatv. JEROMIC JAMFS SCHWARTZ . . . Hartforrl . . . Arrountingz . . . Basohall . . . Sigma Chi, Social Chairman, Rushing Chairman, Vim-- Prvsiclvnt. PHYLLIS FRANK SCHYVARTZ . . . Madison . . . Els-invntary lfmluration . . . VVisc'onsin limluration Assoriation . . . Hillel Founlla- tion: Jvwish Stud:-nt Wm-lt':u'e Ifuntl . . , Ifnivm-rsity Chorus . . Town-r Via-W. , RICHARD JOHN SCIIWARTZ . . . Wauks-sha . . . Iilvc-1rif'al Engiiic-wiiig . . . Phi l'lta Sigma, lCta Kappa Nu . . . Instituto of Radio liiiggiiit-01's . . . VVinslow Houst-. ROHIQRT DAVID SCHVVARTZ . . . ltlanitowol . . lNIOfli1'al SCIOIIVK' . . . Sophomorv Honors . . . 'l'arrant Ilouss-. CAROL ICINERSON SCHVVARZ . . . Mt. Hort-h . . . Homo lico- nomirs . , . l'lllll10I1lt'N . . . Wvisvonsin Country Magazine . . . White Housf-. Vivo Prvsiflvnt. ANICTTA CHRISTINE SCHIVICICRS . . . lNIilwauke'e .... Xpplis-ml Arts . . . Marketing Cluh . . . limlgc-1' Block: l'nion Craft Conunit- tev: l'nion Open House-, Dvvorations Chairman: Campus Rloocl Drivr-: Prom . . . Future Svrvirv Wivtfs Cluh . . . Chaflhournt- llallg Alpha Chi Omega, lfmlitor, Campus Carnival Chairman, Home-- roming Co-Chairman. DAVID CHARLES SCHYVICITZIIR . . . Milwaukm-mi . . . Mcvlianival Hligiiic-wiiig . . . '1'ransfc-r from PW' Milwaukw . . . Pi Tau Sigma . . . Anu-rim-an Sorit-ty ol' Mec'hanic'al liiigiiic-ci's, Aint-riran Sovioty 0l':AlllOll1OllVQI5IlglIll5t'l'S . . . Mark llouso. SHP "' 5 .-.- 3 464 3 life. 44 fb, - 'rf f.:' M ICILI-Il'IN DOROTHY SCIIVVIQR . . . VVvnnc-wootl, Pvnn .... Ovvu- pational Tlwrapy . . . Co-lfcl VV04-lc Coinmittvv. VVintvrama Coin- inittec . . . llangclon Hall, Trvasurvr: Gamma Phi Rota, S4-rvir'v Chairman. LEO AR'l'lll'R, SlQl3Al,D . . . Slim-lwoygrni . . . Art, l'ltlur'ation . . . Transfc-r from Shehoygan lfxtonsion . . . Nvw Studs-nt Wvvek Guixlc . . . liallgvi' Yvtvran's Organization . . . Ililllllltlil Chi Alpha. Vim- Prcsitlc-nt. JOAN CA'l'lIl'IRINl'l SICICBOTH . . . Milwaulcs-cl . . . Art lffluva- tion . . . Kappa Delta, Svr'rutai'y. RALPH lll'lRBljR'l' SlCll"lCRT . . . VVauwatosa . . . lAI9itilll1l'flll'2ll l'lnginv1-ring . . . Ame-riran Sorivty for Mc-talsg gAlIl0I'll'2il1 Instituti- of Motallurgic'al lfiigiiis-s-i'sg Aint-rim-an Fo11nmlryn1an's Soric-ty: Markvtingg Club . . , Kappa Sigma. S. RICHARD SICLRY . . . lNIilw:u1k4-v . . . c,l01l1lllt'I'l'l' ..,. Xlpha lfpsilon Pi, Scntincrl. RICHARD JAMES SICLCHICRT . . . VVaukesha . . . Pharmacy . . . Kappa Psi, Athletic' Chairman . . . Vlfisconsin Pll2Ll'lH1l,I'0lltlt'Il.l Society . . . Swenson House, Council. JAMES MICHAI-II, SIQPICH ... Canton, Ill. ... Arvounting . . Transfs-r from VVest1-rn State Collvgrv . . . Marks-ting Club . . W Cluh, liasoball. SHICLDON BRIAN SICPSTIQAD . . . Grafton . . . l'lf'onomi1's . . . l"inanr'c' Sorictyz Insuranrc Sociotyi Marketing Clulm . . . Young Repuhlivans . . . De-lta Sigma Pi. RICHARD PAlfl. SICRJSIAK . . . Milwaukve . . . l'llt-rtrir'al lingi- novring . . . Transfvr from Milwaulu-0 Llxtc-nsion ..., A mcrican Instituto of lClcct1'iral lflrigiiioms . . . High HOuse. MARVIN JOHN SICRVICAS . . . Gu-vii Bay . . . Psychology . . 'llransfvr from Grm-in Hay lllxtension . . . Sophonioro Honors . lil. A. Ross Club: Psychology Cluh . . . Parnassus. ROBICRT N. SICTTICR . . . Colfax . . . Gvology . . . Gvology Cluh. CAROI. MARY SICVICRSON . . . Fort Atkinson . . . l'llClll0Ill2ll'y lQduc'atiou . . . Sctlu-llc-rs, Occupational Therapy Club . . . Hoofnvr Riding: Cluh, Socrc-tary: Horse Show Committm-Q Chairman . . . lilizalwth VVatvrs Hall Jumlirial Chairman. Ivnit Art Chairman, l'uit Intraniurals Chairman. 1? W 4 1. , if .. h A V. Y .'J . sf, ' vu . V , f,f,fi3Ii5i25' f ff ff, ' GARY DENVER SHIMEK . . . Sheboygan . . . Geology. ABDITL M. SHINWARI ,..A ' Xfghanistan . . . Mathematics. RICHARD A. SHOLTS . . . Oregon . . . Mechanical Engineering , . . Pi Tau Sigma, President, Corresponding Secretaryg American Society of Mechanical Engineers. CAROL LEAH SICHERINIAN . . . Milwaukee . . . Marketing . . . Transfer from IVV Milwaukee . . . Sigma Epsilon Sigma . . . Lakota House, NANCY LEE SIEBERT . . . Milwaukee . . . Elementary Educa- tion . . . Transfer from UW Milwaukee . . . Pi Lambda Theta. KENT R. SIEGEL . . . Madison . . . Geology. ROGER ALLEN SIEMERS . , . Eau Claire . . . Journalism . . . Alpha Delta Sigma, President . . . Y Demsg VVisconsin Liberal Club, Chairman: Students for Stevenson . . . Daily Cardinal . . . I'nion Crafts Committee, Mock l'N Conference. KENNETH ELMER SIEVERT . . . Neenah . . . Industrial Man- agement . . . National Defense Transportation Associationg ROTC Trxuisportation Corps . . . Sigma Chi. Pledge Class President. JEROME HENRY SILBER . . . Milwaukee . . . Philosophy . . . Phi Eta Sigma, Sophomore Honors, Phi Kappa Phi, Phi Beta Kappa . . . Badger Party. Executive Secretaryg Varsity Party, President . . . Ifnion 770 Club. Public Relations Committee . . . Fencing , . . Showerman House. Publicity Chairman, Campus Chest Chairman, Chi Phi. .IOANNE SILVER ,... Chicago . . . Psychology . . . Psi Chi . . . Wisconsin Players, Union Theater Committee, Union Music Cem- mittee, ISA Welfare Committee, Publicity Committee . . . Psy- chology Club . . . Hampton House, Vice President. HI'GH WILLARD SIMONSEN . , . .Ianesville . . . Medicine . . . Phi Chi. JAMES BROOKS SIPPLE . . . Middleton . . Philosophy . . . The New Idea . . . Baptist Student Movement, State President, Social Action Chairman . . . Student Peace Center . . . Entertainers Guild . .. University of Bonn, Germany, Exchange Student: Bonn-Wis- consin Committee. SEXE - SIPPLE ROBERT JOHN SEXE . . . Blair . . . Chemistry . . . Society of American Military Engineers . . . American Chemieal Society . . . Alpha Chi Sigma, Recorder. THOINIAS GEORGE SENTON . , . Nlaustou . . . Economics . . . Soeietyhfor the Advancement ot' Management, Finance Society, ltlarketiug Club. FREDERICK IVALDER SEYBOLD . . . Madison . . . Medical Science . . . Delta Tau Delta. Corresponding Secretary. ELIZABETH ANNE SEYMOUR . . . Madison . . . Physical Medi- cine . . . Physical Therapy Club . . . Theater Ushers, HENRY LEE SHANDS . . . Madison .... A gronomy . . . Alpha Zeta . . . Badger Block . . . Provost Corps, Scabbard and Blade . . . Baseball, WINSLOW MORSE SHAVGHNESSY . . . Glen Ellyn, Ill. . . . Botany . . . Transfer from North Central College . . . Siebecker House. BRUCE CLAYTON SHAVV . . . lhfanitowoc . . . Mechanical Engi- neering .... ' Xmerican Society ot' Mechanical Engineers . . . Baseball . . . Sigma Alpha Epsilon. DONALD RAY SHERBFRT . . . Wausau . . . IVIathematics . . Transfer from University of Wisconsin, VVausau . . . Phi Eta Sigma, Pi Mu Epsilon . . . Inter-Center Drama Meet, Chairman, Campus Capers, Assistant Director, Actor, Script-Writer. ROBERT MERRILL SHERN . . . New Richmond . . . Labor Management . . . Transfer from Eau Claire State College . . . Sie- beckcr House, Adams Hall, President, Turner House, Social Chair- man. , ag, 6 -165 1 ' n.,,.w!?2"' 'S' .... ef .5 , - . M G f f, I .-1 4' Q' 4 if if . 5 . 12, I F ef 'W mfs.. fi ! Q1 .. X. I -166 r' QQ SITRICK - SODERBERG .IAMICS MYRON SITRICK . . . Deivvupoit, lowu .... A cfctolliitiilg . Svuioi' C'ouui'il: VViSc'ousiu Stuflvut Assovintiou 71111-'fLSllI'l'l' . . . I mou Forum IIUIIIIIIIIYGP . . . Pi I,z1IuhcI:1 Phi. INIIQX-RY I:OI'ISI'I Sli.-XALICN . . . Stoughton . . . cI0I'I'CI'TI0Ilfil .Xml- muustrzitiou . . . C'o1'1'c-r'tiou:1l Aflruiuistrritiou Vlulb . . . I'uion Plzivc-1110111 Club: Pam Hi-I - Ilf Chorus: Iirulgvr Iilovk, Puhlic' R4-lutious Uoiiiiiiitlc-cl: Pun Hvl Iiwllg VVSA Pc-rsouuvl Boairdg I'ni0u Ilousr- Iivpiw-sc-litzzlivc' .,.. A Xlphzi Yi Delta. l'uiou Ilclpremuxiaitivsf. RAY f7IIARl,ICS SIAHY . . . Fish Crvek . . Tr:u1sport:1tion . , . I11s1ii':uu'c-Sovic-ly: I5:11'lwll Cluh . . . D1-Ita Sigma I'i. PQXMBLA SI'l4I SIACKI-'ORD . . . Wzuiwzitzmn . . . Iicliivatioii. N.XNIffTTl'l I". SIAVIN . . . K:1l:uu:mzoo, Mil-h ..,. liuglish . . . C':11'ilim1l . . . IIIIIOII Nc-ws liurn-zui, Cliairiuruig I'uiou Dirm'to1':1l1' . . . Tom-r Yivw. SPf'1'PI21l'j'. .XVVS Cfl1uil'1u:u1. I'II.XRI,IiS P. SBIILICY , . . clllll'f1f.f0 . . . Iivoiioiiiivs . . . Sigma .Xlplm Iiiwilou. IIICVICRIIY l4I'lSl,ITZ SMITH . . . Mzulisou . . . I'Il'0Ii011lil'4 . . . Daily Czu'fIiu:1l1 ldlizzilwtli VV:it1-rs Nvwspzipc-1' . . . Cxuupiis lllwstg CIIIIIIDIIS cl2ll'llIVIlII I'uiv01'sity Vhorus . . , C'hi Oluvgzx. Plvclgv Sl'4'I'I'- 1:u'y: I'Iliz:1lwtIx Wzmirs Hull, DONALD ICDIVARD SMITII . . . Maflisou . . . BIOf'll2iIlIK'2lI Iiu- giiwvriiig ,.,. Xii' Force ROTI' . . . Thi-tu Dvltu Phi. JOHN ARMISTIV,-XD SMITII . . . Corinth, Miss .... Geology . . . Phi Delhi Thvtu. Pwsiclmil. Plc-mlgv Ti':iin0i'. BI.AXIIGARl"'I' I,OI'ISIi SMITII . . . In Frossv . . . PIl2lI'IH1il'j' . . . VVisr'o11siu I'l1:1i'lii'u'ol1tic':1l Sovii-ty . . . VW-sli-y Isllllllflii-IIIJII . . Iinppze. Ifpsilou. BI,-XRY 'I'IIl'IRlCSIfI SINIITII . . . INIEILIISUII . . . Iiouiv IHI1'onou1ir's l'I1luf'zitiou . . . X1'WIHiil1cTlIIlD. . . Hoofc-rs Ski Cluh , . , Dvlfzi Dc-11:1 Dm-ltil. lillll'iII'lIlIl. MILIARD lSlC.XI,l'I SMITII . . . VV:u1w:itos:1 . . . Mawkvtilig . . . Rho c1lHlI'l'Ull Tau . . . Soviz-ty for Aclvzxiivviiiviil of Mzmzigviiu-ut: M:u'k1-tiiig Flulw . . . c.II1l1N'l'IL Vlulm. Vim- Prvsiclc-1113 I'11i0r1 Rvprv- sc-ututivc-1 limlpgs-1' lilock . . . Siggiu:1C'hi. RI'IOD,X ILXTIIRYN SMITII . . . INIi11uv:1polis. lliuu. . , lilo- uic-ut:u'y lfcluc-ritiou . . . IXIUl'lIiI' liourcl . . . Sluilm-ut SUIIZIIOT. DiQtx'ic1 II. Iiiclcpviulviit Stuilz-ut's .Xssovizitioih cllH'l'I'SDlJlllIII1g Sl'l'l'l'l5Il'y . . . Ivuiou Ilanwv KIOIHIHIIIUUI Dolphin Cluh: Vuivvrsity Syluphouy Ori'luwst1':i3 A Cuppclla Choir: VVomvu's R1-wi-zxtiolizml Assovizilioui 'I'lu'eP Squ:u'vs Fo-up . . , W'vslvy Foumlzitiou, Sm-i'1-tui'y. Pri-sinlm-lit. SONYA II. SINIITII , . . Yiroqun . ,,PubIi1'II4-ullli Nursing. YlCRONIC'.X SIITUN SMITH . . . BI1UIIS0Il .,.. Xrt . . . Tl'zlIl4l-l'I' lroui I'uivm-wily ol'INI:u'ylz11i4I .... 'XVI SIIIKIPIIIS Imaigiic . . . Rushing I'ouusc'llor . . . lirxppu Alpha Tlwtai, Homcvouiiug. WIIILIAM IIQXRRIS LAIRD SMYTHPI. .IR .... MiIwa.ukc'v . . . I'TIIlilllK'K' . , . 'I'1':u1sl'vi' from Priuvvtou I'uivvi'Qity . . . IIIIIOII Vom- mous Couuiiittw. f'l1:1irm:u1: IIIIIOII DII'QII'l4JI'Ill1'f VVisc'ousiu .Pro- Vivws: VVSA Pulmliv Relations Uoiiiiiiittw . . . Now Illcai. Busim-ss Stuff . . . Thi Psi: Prosirlmit. SI'l'I'l'I2iI'y. SHARON P.XTRICI.vX SNI'Il.I.ING . . . Oshkosh . . . Fri-nvli . . . Slic'litv1', Rig-I.itllu Sistvi' clll2lll'IIlIlllQ MII.-X I.iln':u'y Coluiuiltw-, Sc-1-11-t:ii'y. C'h:iirm:ui. C'H.XHLO'I'TlC R XI.I,SRI'D SNICYD . . . llbslvy . . . Pliysic-:il Mifcliciuf- . . . Iillilli'I'iiIl Sturls-ut cll'lll1'I' Choir , . . Pliysivfil YPIN'I'21lDf' Vluh . . . Slivhlc-1' Hull. Soc-ical ill1:1ii'iu:1u. IIIRDICIII, IIXRRY SNIIDDICN . . . Holirou. III .... Dairy Iu- flustry . . . Szulrllm- :mfl Sirloiu: liallwovk Dalirv Scimicv Club . . . .N2.fl'If'IIlIllI'ILl Stumlvut Couuvil ..., Xlphri clilllllllil lIll1D,TI'Cl1SIll'l'l'. RICHARD STICPHI-IN SOROCINSKI . . . f'u1l:1hy . . , IAIII'1'll'lK'2II liligiiic-wiiig . . . YIll'2lllSI'K'1' Iroiu Milwuiilaw- lfxtvrisiovu . . . K:1pp:x l'f1:x. lxuppzi: .Kim-ri1':ui Institute- ol' I'IIl'I'Il'1i'1lI Ifiiggiiiwis-Iiistitutv ol IIIIIIIO l'lll,LQIlIl'l'l'S. fI01'I'i'SfJUlllIIllLf Suc'i'c-lzuy. ClICR.XI,D l"R.XNC'IS SODl'IR.lll'IRG . . . Thorp . . , Pliz11'ui:u'y . . . 'I'1':u1sfc-r Vrom Rivvi' Falls Stzltv Vcillvgv . , . Na-wiuam Cluls , . Ifootlmull, SOHR - STAHL ROGER KENNETH SOHR. .IR .... VVauk1-slia , . . Civil Enginvcr- ing. GILBERT .IOHIX SOLDAT . . . l"1'ia-iiclsliip . . . Me-t'hanic'al Engi- nm-origq . . . Nm-winan Clubg Sovicty of Automotive Eiigim-01's . . . Rifle Tc-am. CHARLES EVGENE SOMMERS .... A pplc-ton . . . Agriculture Extension . . . TI'2lIISl'l'l' from Mcniisha Extivnsion . . . Rural Art Show Committc-Q . . . Bahcoc-k Housv, Trreasurvr, Soc-1'1-tary. RICHARD P. SOR ENSON . . . Racinv ..., Xvvounting . . . Transfer from Rat-inc Extension . . . Phi Eta Sigma: Brita Alpha Psi. VAYGHN NELS SORENSON .... Ianelsvillc . . . ,AIII'iC'lllfilll'P Edu- vation . . . Saddlv and Sirloin: Future Farmers of Amv1'ic'a, Vitie Prc-side-nt: Sz-ntinol . . . Ifavillv, Vice President, Treasurer, LYIIIIOIIC Chairmang Alpha Gamma Rho, Alunmi SOC1'Ptt1I'y. CHARLES LLOYD SOIIKUP . . . Wausau . . . Chvmical Engineer- ing . . . Tau Bm-ta Pig Phi Eta Sigmag Phi Lambda Upsilon . . . Amerivan Instituto of Chemical Engineers. CHARLES WARREN SPALDING . . . N01-nah . . . Chemival Enginoering . . . Phi Eta Sigmag Tau Beta Pi . . . :AlHOI'It'I1I! Institute ol' Chvmival .I'IIlfl,'lIIK'CI'S . . . Delta Tau Dvlta. CHARLES JOHN SPEERSCHNEIDIQR . . . GI't'txll Bay 31f'ttl,llllI'git'lll Ihiginuvriiig . . . Sophomore- Honors . . . A1nv1'1f'an Institute ot' M1-tallurgic-al Eiigincors. Amvrivan Som-it-ty of Motal- lllI','ZiStS. BETTY INIAY SPERLING . . . Madison . . . Rriwvatioii . . . Ivni- vorsity Re-ligzious Count-il, Vnited Studs-nt Fellowship . . . Student- Favulty Physical Education Committee, Chairmang Sonior Swing:- out: Vnive-rsity YWCA, Sovial Chairman. Mt'II1lJt'l'SllIIl Chairman, Vic-v-Prvsirlz-nt . . . Sigma Kappa, XIICP-Pl'CSitlf'IIl, Pls-dup Trainer. NORMA J. SPIETH . . . Ravine . . . Danvv . . . VFHLIISI-t'l' from Mil- waukvv-IJownvr Collvgm- . . . Owlwsis, MWHA. DONALD .ION SPILGER . . . lVIOnoniim'v Falls . . . Appliod Art, . . . Alpha D1-lta Sigma . . . Mil Ball Committee . . . Sigma Alpha Epsilon. JAMES FREDRIC SPITZER . . . Ravine . . . El0c'tric'al l'li1gim-v1'- ing: . . , '1lI'2lIlSi-01' from Ravine Extcnsion . . . Tail Bvta Pi: Phi Eta Signia: Eta Kappa Nu, President . . . Lutheran Stuclvnt Associa- tion Choir. WILLIAM .IOHN SPOENTG1-IN . . . Madison . . . Psyr-hology . . . Marvhingg Band . . . Newman Club . . . Phi Kappa, Sovial Chairman. KENNETH EDWARD SPOERK . . . Oshkosh . Bar-tcriology . . . Tennis . . . Turner House, Council. BEVERLY JOYCE SPORER . . . W3tt5l'l'l71'fI . , . Homo Economic-S Iiduvation . . . Eutlwnics, Scheders . . . Hooters Riding Club. MAN I-"RANK SPOR ER . . . Milwaukvv . . . Psyvhology . . . Trans- fer from Marque-ttv Iiniversity . , . Badger Vvtvrans Organization . . . Delta Sigma Pi. .IOANNE L, STAALSON . . . Manitowot' . . . Child DQ-vvlopinmit . . . Transfvr from Nortliwestcwn l'niv0rSity . . . Alpha Chi Omvga. RONALD STANLEY STABEN . . . Frec-port, Ill .... Pll2ll'Ill2it'y . . . YYiSr'onsin Plna1'ii1:1r'1-iitival Socir-ty. THOMAS .l. STADLER .... Ianesvillo , . . Ms-t'l1ani4'al I'lllglIllltlI'- ing . . . Ti'a,nst'vi' from Platteville! State Collvgc- . . . Riflv Club. CAROL ANN STAHL . . . Green Bay . . . Homo Evonomit-s l"dur'a- tion . . . Tr:u1st'vr from IViSc'onsin Statv Collvgm-, Oahkosh . . . Eu- thc-nivs, cl0I'I'tl'4IlUlltllllLf Svt'!'0tal'y: Blur' Shivld-4-H . . . lliiitc-cl Stuclt-nt E1-llowship . . . Bowling Club: Yollvy Ball Tm-am . . . Badgci' Blovk . . . LlllILI1lllt'I'S Housv. Sovial Chairman: Elizalu-t,l1 W:1tti!'s, Music' Chairman, l'nit -lg Langdon Hall, Dining Room Hostvss, KENNETH LEROY STAHI ,... Random Lakv . . . Elm-1-ti'o11ic's . . . Phi Eta Sigma' Eta Kappa Nu: Tau Beta Pi .... Yim-rivriii Instituto of Elvc'trir'al liligiiit-1-iw, Instituto of Radio IfillglIl0t'I'S . . . Polygon Board. Stlt'I't'l2ll'Y. Pwsitlviit. : U tl I w IEC, X- ? R Y Q Y A I 3 A QR I GK a t A I , is I 4 I -5 1 idsbliiixd i I X. QMS' Q v Q at E IEQA af it' A M-f ., ..... L +3-2 K -wk 1 A Q .fs it Sr -LJ kg 4 X 'Nui- ggk I S if Q... Q RIS ski gig - . S S ,...,..,. . fe, S in ig? 1 awrq ai .,,. -- ..,. if S i as K . ii.. W ii '22 4 . if , as ka STAMMBERGER - STEVENS, G. PETER LADIfE STAMMBERGER . . . Milwaukee . . . Economics . . . Transfer from Cornell Ifniversity . . . Wisconsin Previewsg Prom Elections Chairmang Iiiter-Fraternity Public Relations, Chairman . . , Sigma Alpha Epsilon, President. SUSAN R. STARK .. .Watertown . . . Occupational Therapy . . . Occupational Therapy Club, Secretary . . . Co-Ed's Week Clerks and Ushers Committee, l'nion I'shers Committee . . . Dolphins . . . Hodag House, Secretary-Treasurer5 Chi Omega. DAVID WALTER STARKWEATHER . . . Madison . . . Speech . . . Phi Eta Sigma . . . National Collegiate Players, President, WlSLTOIlSiIl Players, Orchesis, Treasurer. NORMA .IEAN STAFNT . . . Des Plaines, Ill .... Home Eco- nomics . . . Transfer from Albion College . . . Lutheran Student Choir . . . Delta Gamma. ELLEN HALLOCK STAITTZ . . . Waupun . . . History . . . Pi Lambda Theta . . . Union Music Committee . . . United Student Fellowship, Program Chairman . . . Elizabeth Waters, Unit I Secretary. MARLENE FAY STAVIK . . , Edgerton . . . Marketing, Person- nel . . . Phi Chi Thetag Marketing Club, Secretary. THEODORA G. STAVROS . . . Kankakee, Ill .... Psychology . . . Transfer from University of Illinois . . . Villa Maria. DAVID LEE STEELE . . . Sparta . . . Speech . . . MHA Spectator . . . Parents Week-end, Dorm Chairman: MHA Public Relations Committee . . . Spooner House, Social Chairman. JOSEPH LOUIS STEFFES . . . Mt. Calvary . . . Civil Engineer- ing . . . American Society of Civil Engineers, President. EDWARD FREDERICK STEIGELMANN . . , Milwaukee . . . Chemistry . . . Transfer from Milwaukee Extension . . . Phi Eta Sigma: Phi Lambda Upsilon . . . American Chemical Society . . . Chamberlin House, Social Chairman. CLAUDE STEINBERGER . . . New York N.Y .... Finance . . . Finance Society . . . Hoofers . , . Hillel , . . Alpha Epsilon Pi, Treas- urer. JERRY S. STEIXBRECHER . . . Madison . . . Business Adminis- tration. CHARLES KENDALL STEINHARDT . . , Wauwatosa . . . Chemistry , . . Transfer from Milwaukee Extension . . . Sophomore Honors . . . Men's Hall Association, Education and Scholarship Committee Chairman, Cabinet Representative . . . Radio Station WMHA . . . Botkin House, Secretary. FLORENCE ELLEN STEINHAUS . . . Montello . . . Occupational Therapy . . . Occupational Therapy Club . . MHA Library Com- mittee . . . WMHA . , . Fniversity Chorus , . . Slichter Hall, Chorus, Library Chairman. JOHN P, STEINKE . . . Fort. Atkinson . . . History . . . Transfer from Beloit. DON HUGH STELLA . . . Hurley . . . Political Science , . . Provost Corps . . . Delta Tau Delta. CARL WILLIAM STEPHAN . . . Trampealeau . . . Civil Engineer- ing . . . Transfer from LaCrosse State . . . American Society of Civil Engineers. ILAMAE STEPHANI , . . Black Creek . . . Elementary Education . . . Pi Lambiia Theta . . . Scheders, University Chorus. DOUGLAS .IAMES STEPHENSON . . . Manitowoc . . . Light Building . . . Real Estate and Light Building Association . . . Campus Carnival, Homecoming . . . Wrestling. ANNETTE GAIL STERN . . . Milwaukee . . . Elementary Edu- cation . . . WSA Student Senatorg SLIC Committeeg Womenls Administrative Councilg Senior Council . . . Ifnion House Commit- tee, Usher Committee . . . Dolphinsg Jr. Orchesis . . . Pan-Hellenic, Presidentg Rushing Counselor, Fraternity Buyers Co-op., Orienta- tion Week, Co-Chairman President, Student Facultv Committee: Co-Eds. W'eek Fashion Show ..., ' 'Xlpha Epsilon Phif GEORGE HENRY STEVENS . . . Kenosha . . . Comparative Literature . . . Sophomore Honors . . . Finance Society . . . FW Or- chestra . . . Theta Delta Chi, President, Swenson House, Social Chairman. STEVENS, M - SUMMERIL INIARY ELIZABETH STEVENS . . . Menasha . . . Elementary Education . . . Transfer from Denison . . . Kappa Alpha Theta Scholarship Chairman. VVILLIAM DAVID STEVENS . . . Milwaukee . . . Statistics . . . Transfer from IIW lVIilWaukee . . . Insurance Society . . . Rochdale Co-operative House, President, Treasurer. CHARLOTTE LEE STEWART . . . Findlay, Ohio . . . Dietetirs . . . Transfer from IV1iami Ifniversity . . . Phi I'psilon Omicron . . . Entertainers Guildg l'niversity Players . . . Kappa Kappa Gamma. B. ROBERT STEWART . . . Cameron . . . Dairy Husbandry . . . New Student Guide . . . Pershing Rifles .... P Xlpha Gamma Rho, T1'easurer, Publicity Chairman. GEORGE WILLIAM ST. JOHN . . . Ncillsville . . . Agricultural Education . . . Future Farmers of America, Treasurer. JI'DITH LOVISE STLIIKA . , . Middleton , . . Elementary Edu- cation . . . Wisconsin Education Association, National Education Association . . . Scheders. WOLMAR .I. STOFFEL . . . Bloomer . . . Chemical Engineering . . . American Institute of Chemical Engineers . . . Pniversity Con- cert Band . . . Gilman House. Vice President. VVAYNE ALLEN STOLTZ , . . Tomah . . . Electrical Engineering . . . Pershing Rifles: Seabbard and Blade . . . New Student Week Guide . . . Basketball . . . Delta Tau Delta, Guide. JACK LEE STONE . . . Chicago . . . Accounting . . . Scabhard and Blade, Military Ball, Badger Block, Human Relations, Humor- ology, Campus Carnival . . . Basketball , . . Zeta Beta Tau. JAMES DANIEL STONER . . . Whitefish Bay . . . Political Science . . . Inter-Fraternity Athletic Committee, Freshman Week Guide, Young Republican Club . . . National Defence Transportation Association . . . Wrestling . . . Delta. Tau Delta, Intramurals and Athletic Chairman. EDWARD L. STOWE . . . St. Louis, Mo .... Political Science . . . New Student Week Guide, Badger Previews. Haresfoot Club, President . . . NROTC Pistol Team, Navy Chorus . . . Freshman Gymnastics . . . Delta Tau Delta, President. EARL ROBERT STRANDT . . . Milwaukee . . . Electrical Engi- neering , . . American Institute of Electrical Engineers: Institute of Radio Engineers: Joint Student Branch, AIEF-IRE . . . Kappa Eta Kappa. MICHAEL RICHARD STRAPB . . . Green Bay . . . Chemical Engineering ...I A merican Institute of Chemical Engineers . . . .Iones House, Intramural, Sports, Campus Carnival, Homecoming, Activities, House Oflieer. ROBERT JOHN STREHLOW . . . Milwaukee . . . Electrical En- gineering . . . Transfer from Milwaukee Extension . . . Eta Kappa Nu, Sophomore Honors . . . American Insitute of Electrical Engi- neers: Institute of Radio Engineers . . . Wisconsin Engineer . . . ROTC Advanced Signal Corp . . . Showerman House, Floor Chair- man. SHIRLEY ANN STREHLOW . . . Waupun . . . Elementary Edu- cation . . . Elizabeth VVater I'nit IV, Personnel and Dining Room Chairman. FLOYD LAWRENCE STRELOW . . . Clintonville . . . Industrial Management . . . Transfer from Menasha Extension . . . Phi Eta Sigma . . . Newman Club . . . Alpha Kappa Psi. NINA STROMGREN . . . Williams Bay . . . Zoology . . . Sigma E isilon Sirma Vice President' lVIortar Bo-Lrd . WSA Academic I i g., , , . , , . . . I . , Freedom Committee, WSA International Atlairs, VVSA UN Com- mittee . . . Pan Hel Korean Project, Chairman, Pan Hel Ball, Pro- motions Chairmang Dolphinsg Scandinavian Club, Vice President President: Students for Stevenson, Secretary Treasurer, ILS Coun- cil . . . Chi Omega, House President. SIIZANNE STENKEL . . . Highland Park, Ill .... Physical Edu- cation . . . Transfer from Wellesley College .... V XWS Co-Eds Week . . . Physical Education Club. Vice President: Senior Dolphins, Vice President, Pan Hal Ball, Finance Committee . . . Kappa Alpha Theta. MAITREEN SIILLIVAN . . . Chicago .,.. i American Institutions . . Transfer from Wright Junior College . . . Pi Lambda Theta . . Badger Block . . . Newman Club. PATRICIA ANN SITLLIVAN . . . Milwaukee . . . Art. EARLDEAN .IANICE SIJMINIERIL . . . Eort Atkinson . . . Occu- pational Therapy . . . Occupational Therapy Club: Hoofers Canoe Club . . . Women's Interhall Councilg Elizabeth VVaters, I'nit II President, Treasurer. if Q. Q A, .. 2 g I 'iff ii'i E I. SQ. YR A I ' it ig Q .t Us rf' f -- I 3 13 I 'K gt .. I sg r.r.. J 469 VIRGINIA A. TIHINIPLE . . . Applcton . . . Physical lfclucation . . . Stuclcnt-Faculty Committco for Physical liilucation . . . Madison Hockey Association . . . Pi Rota Phi, Rc-cortling Sccrctary. JAMES HICRBICRT TICMPICLIS . . . Supcrior . . . lfconoiuics . . . Campus Chest Co-Chairman: Lcaclvrsliip Confcrcuccg Forum Conl- mittcc . . . Macc . . . Kappa Sigma. JOAN NE MILDRICD TENPAS Occonouiowoc Natural St-icncc . . . Sophoniorv Honors . . . Dolphins . . . Barnartl Hall. SHIRLEY ROTHICNBICRG TICPPICR . . . Mzulison . . . History . . . Octopus, Office- Managcr . . . Sola-flvrs . . . I'nion Foruiu Com- mittcc, Sumnicr Chairman. DONALD A. TICSCH . . . Madison .... All1!'l'lt'1lll Institutions. ROBERT BENTS TFSKA . . . Racinc . . . Civil lhigiiic-1-1'il1g anml City Planning . . . lntcr-Fratcrnity Council: Socicty of Aiucricau Military liiigiiivwsg Military liall Granrl March Cliairmang Harvs- foot Cluh. Sccrctary: Humorolofzy . . . Chi Phi, Vicc-Prcsimlcnt, Plcdgc Trainvr. FLOYD LAVVRICNCIQ Tl'lTZLAl"l" . . . Marks-san . . . l'Ilcctrical .Engineering . . . Instituto of altclio lingim-1-rs. PHILIP F. THALDORF . . . Onalaska . . . Nloclixuiiral l'lI1giIltft'l'- ing , . . T1'zu1sfcrt'rom l.aCrossc Statc . . . Auicrican Wcltling Socicty. JULIE BOVVICS THAYICR . . . Rockforml, lll .... Math . . . Transfcr from Rockford Collc-gc . . . Kappa, Alpha Thvta, LAVYRENCIC HENRY THICIS . . . liaukauna .... A Xccouutfng . . . 770 Cluh . . . Lut.hcr:Ln Stuclcnt Association . . . Joncs Housc. HAROLD T. THIICDIC . . . Muscomla . . . lfllm-ctric-al l'lngiuccring. JOHN C. THIIQSIQN . . . MllXK'ttlllit'l' . . . lfconomics . . . '.lll'IlllSi-t'l' from Milwaultcc Plxtcnsion. 470 ,.v- Z . fn SURPRIZE - THIESEN LYLIC GENE SURPRIZIG . . . Bc-ar Crt-ck . . . Dairy Inclustry . . . lialmcock Dairy Scivncc Cluh, I'VV Dairy Products Judging Tcam . . . N1-wmau Cluh . . . Dclta Tha-ta Sigma. .IOHN l.l'DWlG SVSICK . . . Milwaukcc . . . Chemistry. PHYLLIS GRACIC SVVANSON . . . Wvashhuru . . . Frcncli . . Cocluanc Houss-, Sccrctary-Trc-asurcr. SHIRLEY SWINYARD . . . Skoliic, Ill .... Physical I"ltll1l'flllO!l . . . Transfs-r from Brigham Young Ivnivcrsity . . . Physical Educa- tion Cluhg Dolphinsg Physical l'ftlucatiou Majors Magazinc Rc- portcr . . . Youth Group Pri-sicls-nt . . . Chi Omega, Intramural Chairman, Campus Carnival Dc-corations Chairman, Homccoming Decorations Chairman, Vl'iutcr Carnival Chairman, Formal Din- ncr Committcc. l'il'IVl'IRLY THOMAS SZYMANSKI . . . Madison . . . Zoology . . . liatlgr-r Rvauty, Octy Drc-am Girl . . . Calvary Luthcran Student Cm-ntcr Council, Sccrctary: Program Committccg Financc Com- luittw- ...A A Xlpha Gamma Dr-lt:1. GICRALDINIC TAITI-'LMAN . . . Milwaukcc . . . Spanish . , . Campus Chi-st Coluluittcc, AVVS Fashion Show hloclcl. New Stu- clc-nt Wcck . . . Lincoln Lodge, Prcsiclcnt. Sccrctary, Vice Prcsiflcut. .lACQl'l'Il.INI'I O'NlilL TAVRICI .... Slivhoygxui . , . Elcmcutary lfrlucation . . . Transfcr from Shchoygan lfxtcnsion . . . Sclicclmsi WILLIAM l,.-XWRPINCIC TAYLOR . . . Kaukauna . . . Civil lin- ginccring . . . Anicrican Socicty of Civil IflI1gIllCOI'S . . , Men's Halls Association, Barhcll Cluh, Pri-simlcnt, Athletic Chairmah . . . Theta Delta Chi. RITA I". TICICHAN . . . Monroc . . . Zoology . . . Trausfcr from Clark Collm-gc. 9 'VW pa, 'Wh ,,y, ,bp K . . ,VKV VV . THOMAS - TOPCZEWSKI GERALDINE FLORNECE THOMAS . . . Crivitz . . . 1AIH0l'lI:IlIl I11stitlutio11s , . . Sophoxnore Honors . . . NPWIIIHII Club . . . I IllOIl Lib1'a1'y ClOII1I11lttt't'. .IOHN ZOHE THOMAS . . . Stevens Point . . . Art . . . TI'tlIlSlIt'l' l.I'OIl1 Ci'Illl'2ll State College ...1 Xlphu Delta Sigma . . . Di1I'lIlSf'l- vania . . . Delta I'psilon. MARIETTA IRENE THOMAS . . . Mzulison .... Xrt Etlueation . . . New1n:111 Club .... Xrt Sturlt-nts League . . . Raclzex' Block. HJORN J. THOMPSON . . . Madison . . MKt4'll2lIllCtll Engi11es-ring . . . VV Club. . . Travk . . . Sigma Chi. DEANE CHAPIN THOMPSON . . . Genoa City . . . Political Sr'ie111'e . . . T1'21llSl't'l' from Whitewater State College . . . Speetator . , . MHA Public' Relations Committee . . . VVMHAZ IYHA, An- nou11r'er , . . Faville House. Publieity Cll1Jlll'lllZLIl. SALLY MAE THOMPSON . . . Oshkosh . . . Elementary Emluea- tion . . . Elizabeth Waters, Music ClOIl1I1litt1t't', Clltllflllilll. NANCY E. THOMSEN . . lN'Iaclison . . . l'llt'I110Illtll'y I'lIlllt'2lflOlI. JANE ALICE THORNTON . . . lNIilwaukee . . . Speech . . . Zeta Phi Eta, Panhelleniv ll0Dl't'SOI1t1ltlVf' . . . l'nion COIIIIHOIIS Coni- Initltee . . . ChiO1n1-ga, Rushing Chairman, PtLIlll0llCI11C Represexl- tative. ROBERT RAY THORSRAKKEN . . . TAIIITOII . . . Foocl Teeh- nology i. . . Food rIl01'l1IlOlOfIj' Club, Secreta1'y-T1'eas111'e1' . . . Delta Theta Sigma. 2 I A C. if . . W 41" 4 6 Q Jie . g. . . tilllll 1 , '1" . Vi X 7 I V,', O . ,V.l p ,,' flll . 1 . EVELYN LOUISE THl'T . . . lwadison . . . Applied Art . . . Sigma Epsilon Sigma, Sophomore High Honors. Phi Kappa Phi . . . AWS Co-E1l's Week, Fashion Show Model . . . l'll't5IlCll Club, Hoofcrs Smiling Club . . . Christian Svienefr Student Organization . . . Freneh House, S0f'l'l'l2ll'yQ Alpha Chi O111c-ga. CAROL TAYLOR THVVAITES . . . Milwaukee . . . Cornmunity Lezmflership in HeC1'e:1tio11 . . . Hooters, Canoe Club, Ski Club . . . WI0Il1l'IllS Athletic Assoeiation . . . Wesley' I'lOllIltl1l,llOIl . . . Home- c-oniing Ralloon Sale, C0-Cllillfllltlll . . . Elizabeth wI2lti,I'S, Intra- inural Manager, Dorm Rl'f'I't'2lfl0Il Coininittee, Cl1lllI'IlltlI1. ROBERT A. THYGESON . . . Racine . . . Ch:-inieal Enqi11ee1'i11g . . . Phi Etta Sigma, Tau Beta Pi . . . Delta Tau Delta, Vive Pl'CSlClCAIlt. FREDERICK EDWIN TICHENOR . . . Ravine . . . Physical Eclur':1tio11 . . . Phi Epsilon Kappa . . . VV1'estling . . . Pledge Presi- dents Counril: New Student VW-ek, Guide: Entertainers Guild? Hunioroloqy Promotions . . . Delta Tau Delta, DOLORES TICHKOWSKI . . . Cudahy . . . History . . . Transfer from Marquette University . . . Calvary Lutheran Church . . . International Club. Srrc'1'0ta1y. RODERICK WHITBECK TILLMAN . . . lVIac'o1nb, Ill. . . . Geology . . . Geology Club . . . Navy ROTC clllOI'tlS . . .iFl'6'Sl1l'll2lI1 SWIIIIIHIIILZ Team . . , IF Chorus . . . Psi Lpsilon, Vive Presiflent, Ntltlllllill Psi Ivpsilon Convention, Chairman. R ICHARD LAVVRENCE TIMMERS . . . Green Bay . . . Sociology . . . Transfer from Green Ray Extension . . . E. A. Ross Club, Psy- ehology Club . . . Parnassus. PENELOPE SEATH TINKHAM . . . M1tl'SllflClll . . . Correetional ,AilIl1llllSfI'2lllOIl . . . Transfer from Oberlin College . . . Correctional Adininistration Club, S0l'l't'ttlI'y .,., X Cappella Choir . . . BiiI'I1Ill'tl Hall. ILENE ANN TOBIAS . . , Matlison . . . Rs-t'1'e:1tio11 . . . T1'2lllSfl'l' from Grinnell College . . . lvnion Danee ClOIl1Il1lttt'0 . . . Hillel Foun- llilllllll. EDWARD JAMES TORIN . . . Ontario. New York . . . Eoocl 'TOC'llllOlOg.Y . . . Phi Eta Siginag Alpha Zetag Sophomore Honors . . . Agriculture Stuclellt Council , . . Theta Delta Chi. .IOJI TOMEI . . . Madison . . . Geology . . . Transfc-1' from IIVV Mil- waukee . . . VV Club . . . Hawaiian Club . . . Three Squares Club . . . Boxi11g. RAYMOND JOHN 'TOPCZEWSKI Milwaukee Economic-s . . . Transfer from IIW Milwaukee . . . Insura11r'4:Soeicty . . . Badger Veterans Ol'gtlIllZi1llt1ll . , . Conover House. 471 TOPEL - UMLAND JOHN P. TOPEI .... Maywood, lll . . , Engineering . . . Transfer from Purdue Lniveisity . . . Engineering Exposition . . . Calvary Lutheran Church . . . Triangle, President. JAMES RRIICE TOPLITT . . . New York, N.Y .... Economics . . . Daily Cardinal . . . Campus Chest Committee. Badger Block, Public Relations Committee . . . Hillel Foundation . . . Zeta Reta Tau. ADRIANA A. TORRE . , . Fond du I.aC . . . Journalism . . . Cor- anto, Vice President . . . Senior Council . . , I'nion News Bureau Committee, New Student Week Guide . . . Hillel Foundation . . . Tower View, Secretary, President. ROBERT JAMES TORRESANI . . . Wisconsin Rapids . . . Physi- cal Education . . . W Club: Phi Epsilon Kappa, President . . . Basket- ball, Baseball. DANIEL N. TOUSMAN . . . Whitefish Bay . . . Pharmacy . . . Rho Chi, Wisconsin Pharmaceutical Society . . . Kappa Psi . . . March- ing Band . . . Spooner House. RCTH ANN TOWNS . . , Janesville . . . Home Economics Educa- , tion . . . Euthenics Club . . . Ag Student Council Representative . . . Delta Zeta, Rush Chairman. LOWICLL DOUGLAS TREWARTHA . . . Neillsville . . . Market,- ing . . . Marketing Club, Insurance Society, Commerce Turnout, Arrangements Chairman . , . Winslow House, Blood Drive Chair- man, Union House Representative. DAVID MAX TRCBECK . . . Leonia, N. J .... History . . . Mace, Iron Cross . . . Wisconsin Octopus, Editor, Daily Cardinal: The New Idea, Editor. DONALD W. TIIBMAN . . , Racine . . .' Marketing . . . Marketing Club, Program Chairman . . . St. Francis House, Treasurer, Social Chairman . . . Sigma Nu, Rushing Chairman, Pledge Marshall. gf I 7 lv ,qu 472 Jon' ooT'rsCHAI.1i TVCKER . , . Madison . . . Music stint-tt- tivon . . .Sigma Alpha Iota . . . A Cappella Choir, Women's Chorus, I nlversity Band . . . Delta Zeta, Song Chairman. JITNE BARBARA TIICKER . . . Madison . . . Recreation . . Sigma Alpha Iota . . . Alpha Xi Delta, Song Chairman. WARREN FREDERICK TVRNER. JR .... Madison , , , Cm-- rectional Administration . . . Scabbard and Blade . . . Correctional Admimstiattion Club. . . Ross Club . . . Entertainers Guild . . . Provost Corp, Pershing Rifies . . . Christian Science Organization . . . Cln Phi. SCSAN VVATKINS TI'TTLI" . . . Detroit . . . History . . . VViscon- sin Previews: Pan Hel Council: Humorology, New Student Week, Chairman . . . Delta Gamma, Rushing Chairman. DAVID CHARLES TWICSMF . . . Ettrick . . . Chemical Engineer- ing . . . Lutheran Student Association, Choir . . . Tau Kappa Epsilon, Vice President, FRANKLIN HENRY TYRRELL . . . Madison . . . Commerce . . . W Club . , . Fencing, Co-Captain . . . Sigma Alpha Epsilon. .ION GERALD UDELI ,... Fall River . . Marketing . . . Phi Eta Sigma, Treasurer, Vice President, President, Beta Gamma Sigma, President: Sophomore High Honors, Phi Kappa Phi . . . Wisconsin Previews: Student Orientation Guide: Commerce Turnout, Co- Chairmang Commerce Student Council: Marketing Club . . . Uni- versity Religious Council, Financial Chairman: Freshman Mixer, Co-Chairman, Pres House, Elder . . . Lambda Chi Alpha, Social Chairman: Hanley House, Social Cl1'lll'Il13.i1. WALTER. FREDERICK ITEBICLE . . . Burlington . . . Animal Husbandry . . . Transfer from Texas A and M . . . Saddle and Sirloin Club, Livestock Judging Team . . . Alpha Gamma Rho. LOUIS JAMES CEHLING . . . Afton . . . French . . . W Club . . . French Club . . . MHA Public Relations . . . All Dorm Red Cross General Chairman: I'nion Representative . . , Pershing Rifles . . Crew . . . Faville House, Vice President. DAWN ROSE IIGLLM . . . LaCrosse . . . lwcdical Technology . . Transfer from Rockford College . . , Lakota House, President. YVONNE JLSTINE l'l.LRICH . . . Madison . . . Dietetics . . . lfluthenics . , . WHA Radio Hall Players . . . Badger Veterans Club. DAVID ,JAMES ITMLAND . . . Madison . . . Light Building In- dustry . . . Real Estate and Light Builder's Association. .2-.iw ,,.H.,..,. . , J In my U ... if . .,,. all , I ,.,,,,.. if f ' W Q ,Z 'HW JO ANN VANNOY . . . Joplin, Mo .... Speech Correction . . . Transfer from Joplin Jr. College . . . Sigma Alpha Eta, Correspond- ing Secretary . . . Pres House Choir . . . Kappa Kappa Gamma, Cor- responding Secretary. BARBARA JOYCE VAN SAITN .... Ianesville . . . English . . Elizabeth Waters Hall. JOAN ROSE VAN STRATEN . . . Black Creek . . . Speech Edu- cation , . . Sigma Epsilon Sigma, Eta Kappa Lambda, Phi Kappa Phi, Sophomore High Honors , , . Zeta Phi Eta . . . WMHA Radio. MARTHA VAUGHAN . . . Winnetka. Ill .... Elementary Educa- tion . . . Pi Lambda Theta . . . Kappa Kappa Gamma. JAMES LLOYD VAUGHN . . . Marshfield . . . Bacteriology. H. DANTE VENA . . . Kenosha . . . Art . . . Alpha Delta Sigma, Art Student League . . . Octopus . . . Wisconsin Players, ISA . . . Newman Club. Eli 'ENE HENRY VERSTEGEN . . . Menasha , . . Industrial C.: Management . . . Transfer from UVV Milwaukee. JOSE ALFREDO VILLALOBOS . . . San Jose, Costa Rica . . . Mechanical Engineering . . , Transfer from UW Milwaukee . . . Pi Tau Sigma, Vice Presidentg Tau Beta Pi . . . American Society of Mechanical Engineers . . , MHA Workshop . . . International Club, President. NATALIE NETH VILTER . . . lNIilwaukee . . . Occupational Therapy . . . Transfer from Beloit College . . . Occupational Therapy Club . . . Delta Gamma. LOIS HALVORSEN VITCENDA . . . Wauwatosa . , . English . . . Transfer from UW lNIilwaukee . , . Sigma Epsilon Sigma, Sophomore Honors . . . AVVS Publicity Committee, Dorm Social Committee Chairman . . . Slichter Hall, Floor Social Chairman. DONALD ROBERT VOELKER . . . Oconomowoc . . . Economics . . . Transfer from University of Miami . . . Finance Society. MAN A. VOGT . . . Milwaukee . . . Civil Engineering . . . Transfer from UW Milwaukee . . . American Society of Civil Engineers . . . Botkin House. ' sf K ' fs ' I ti, QXXM VA Ewi- UNDERWO OD - VO GT CHESTER EDWARD UNDERWOOD . . . Madison , . . Chemistry GEORGE W. UNDERWOOD . . . Madison . . . Labor Management . . . Phi Eta Sigma, Sophomore Honors, Senior Honors . . . Society for the Advancement of Management. SHIRLEY MAE ENFERTH . . . Lomira . . . Business Education . . . Sophomore Honors . . . Parents VVeekend, Senior Swingout . . . Phi Chi Theta. JAMES GODFREY URBAN . . . Green liay .... Medical Science . . . Phi Eta Sigma, Phi Kappa Phi . . . Elections Committee, Senior Class Vice President . . . Union Dance Committee Social w - - I w Forum Committee, Badger Previews, Inter Halls Leadership Con- ference, MHA Commons Committee . . . Crew. ROBERT MICHAEL l'RDIALES . . . Racine . . . Commerce. LOUISE ALLISON URQITVHART . . . Oconto . . . Sociology . . . Octopus .... A WS Style Show, Campus Carnival, Humorology, PromdDecorations Committee . . . Villa Maria, Secretary, Judicial Boar . PHILIP JOHN LITIC . , . Oshkosh . . . Civil Engineering . . . Transfer from Oshkosh State .... -X merican Society for Chemical Engineers. JOHN MARTIN VALASKE . . . Kenosha . . . Marketing . . . Transfer from Kenosha Extension . . . Phi Eta Sigma . . . Alpha Kappa Psi, Marketing Club . . . Chamberlin House. JOAN VAN BUSKIRK . . . West Lafayette, Ind .... Applied Art . . . Crucible, Mortar Board . . . Humorology, Executive Secretary, Wisconsin Pre Views, General Co-Chairman, New Student Week, General Co-Chairman . . . Kappa Kappa Gamma, Rushing Chair- man. war ',ii 1 I ' ,,,y I 473 It if iii A X p Y if , i QQ ' ' i q ' L Q . N Si-.tutigisisl . N5 if 2 his e 1 tap K 1 as ff in ak . X .. 5' X M... Q A 7 fi 474 VOHLKEN - WALTER ROGER G. X OHLKPIN . . . Freeport, Ill .... Dairy lndustry . . Rali0oCk Dairy Science Clulv. Q JOHN VOIGHT . . . Verona . . . ClOIHIllt'l't'lT . . . Transfvr from Rut- gt-rs Vnivc-rsity .... Xlpha Tau Omega. l,,Xl'R.X J. VON SCHRADIQR . . . Han Claire ..., Xrt History . Transfer from St. Marys ol' tla- Woods College. NORMAN J. WACHTI .... lftlgar .... xf'l'OllIltlflfI. . . Xlphzi Kappa P. i. JOHN l,Ol'lS VVAGNICR . . . Ovonto Falls . . . Clll'IIlliTlll linginecr- ing . . . rfl'tlIlSl.t'I' from Crm-n Ray Extvnaion . . . Phi lCt-a Sigma, Tau livta Pi . . . .xIllt'I'lt'2lIl lnstitutt- of Clivinival liligiiit-4-1's. Rl'IYl9IRl.Y SCHIAOVGH VVXHL . . . Mitltlle-ton . . . lilvmeutary licluvation . . . Svlivclews . . . Spanish C'lul1 . , . Ilutlu-ran Stutlvnt Association. YVAYNH P. VVXHI. . . . XV1ilt'l'lOlYIl . . . l'lf'OIlOIDll'S . . . Society for tln: .'XdV2lIlf'OIllttIll of Managrt-me-nt. ROBERT A. W.-XKlC1"ll'll,lJ . . . Plyinoutli . . . l'lt'OIlOIl1lCS . lx'IIl1'lit"tlIlg C'lulm . . . Sigma .Xlpha Epsilon. AXNDRISVV FRANK VV.Xl,C'H . . . Wvliit'Illll1I'g' . . . Uvology . . . VVSA Rc-ora-uiization clOIlllIlillt'0I MHA Loans Qltlllllllllftttk Chair- nian: Senior C'ount'il . . . Gt-ology Clulm. .IXNICIC HXRRIIQT VV.Xl.DlNGI-fR . . . DvsMoiin-s, la ,... ling- lish . . . Transfvr from l'11ivta'sityofColoratlo . . . Pan H4-I Rushing t'ounsollor .... Xlpha lfpsilon Phi, Sm-t'rvtary. SHICILA CAROL VVALDMAXN . . . Cliivago .... Xrt l"tlut'ation . . . Art Stuclc-nts la-agus' . . . Alpha lfpsilon Phi, Vivo Prvsitlvnt. D.XVlD VVll,l.lAXI VV.Xl,liI'IR . . . liaralmoo . . . Zoology . . . Phi Mu Alpha. Sinfonia . . . liantl . . . MHA flt'Ilfl'tll Social clOIHIllllit't', House Prvsitlt-nts Counvil . . . C'h:unlwrlin House, Prt-siclc-nt, Trvas- url-r. DICAN ROGER, VV.-Xlililfll . . . VVisconsin Dolls . , . Dairy Huilmancl- ry . . . W C'lnl1 . . . Saclcllv anal Sirloin: FFAX . . . Agrivultural StllflPIlT, Council, TI't3ILHllI'lxI' . . . Crvw, Captain . . . Balmr'oc'k House, Vivo Prvsiclt-nt. PHYLLIS JICXN VV.XLlil'lR . . . Dt-lavan . . . Spa-cvli . . . Sigma lipsilon Sigma, SODllOl1lOl'tt llonors . . . Phi Beta . . . VVisc'onsin Players, VVHA Rallio Playvrs ...A Xlpha llauuna Dvlta. SVR ANN WALL . . . l:IlflI'2lIlQQl', Ill .... lfnglisli . . . VVSA Flxtafu- tivo CO1I1Il1lfft't', Conunittvt- Avtivitios C'o-Ordinatlor . . . Gamma Phi Bota. JOHN ARNOLD VVAl.l,Dl'IN . . . Rot-lal'ortl, lll. . . . Vivil Plllgl- not-ring. DONALD ROBERT VViXl.l,.XC'Ll .... Xpplvton . . . l"inanc'0 . . . TI':lI1Sft'l' froni Menaslia lixtonsion . . . lnsurancv Som-it-ty. Finanm- Sovivty. NANCY ANN W'Altl.lCR . . . lilllnwootl Park, lll .... l'lll'I11CI1lll.I'j' Rcliicratioii Sigma lipsilon Sigma, Banquet. Connnitteo S4-lioclc-rs . . . lnclvpentlvnt Stuclvnt .Xssor'iation, Pulmlim-ity and l'lx- rliango ljlllIlt'l' Coniniittvt-s . . . Nt-W Student Guitlc. Hoot!-rs Sailing Club . . . Langdon llall, Vivo Pre-Qitlmit, Prt-siclt-nt. ROBERT l+ll.l.lOTT VVALSH . . . Mrulison . . . Marks-ting . . . Marketing Club. RORI-IRT JOSICPH VV.Xl.'l'lCR . . . Onialia. Neh . , . Mm-tallurgical l'l!lglINx0I'illg . . . T1'tlIlSl't'l' from Crt-igliton l'nivcrsity . . . Tlafta 'lan . . . Mining and Mvtallurgy Clulm . . . Vlvist-onsin I'l11g111v01': Business Manager, National Aclvvrtising Maiiagvr . . . Hooters Sailing Clulm . . . Newman Cluli. VVILLIAM C'H.XRLlHlS VVAXLTER . . . VVauWatosa . . . l1llet'tri1'al l'lI1glI1P0l'lllbl .... X moric'an lnstitutv of l'Ilvc't1'iCal l'Ii1gi11vQi'S: Insti- tutv of Ratlio liiigilwc-l's . . . Thcta Dc-lta Chi. WAN GELIN - WELLSO RICHARD LOI'lS WANGELIN . . . VYauwatosa . . . PICOIIOIIIICS . . . Chi Phi, Treasurer, House Manager. DONALD JOSICPH WARD . . . Madison . . . Coniincwv Light Building . . . Marvhing Band . . Alpha Tau Ome-ga. GARY ALAN WARD . . . Milwaukvv . . . Animal Husbandry . . , Transfer from VW lVIilwaukm- . . . Mm-at Judging Tvani . . . Rovhclalv lNI0n's Co-operativv, S6'0l'Ui2ll'j'. JOAN MARY WARD . . . Bosvobvl . . . Art I'ltlllf'tltiOI1.. . . vM0l'ta1' Board, TI'K'iiSl11'E'l'I lita Kappa Lanibtla . . . Senior Counml: Viiornen s Interhalls Counvilg Big Ton Dorm c,IOllfl'l'6I1C'L', Roprosvntative . . . Calvary Lutheran, Choir, Art Committc-Q, Publivity Coninnttoe . . . lilizabeth W3tPl'S Hallg Vivv Prcsidvnt, Art Cliairman, Store Conl- niittee, Campus Cla-st, Campus Carnival, Blood Drive. NORMAN CHARLES VVARD . . . Madison . . . Civil Engineering . . . Amorivan Sovil-ty of Civil Idngiiwi-1's, Secrotaryg Polygon Board: Baseball . . . Sigma Alpha Epsilon. VVILBPIRTV E. VVARD , . . Ladysmith . . . Pharniapy . . . Tr.anst'vr from Iowa State College . . . Wisvonsin Pl1a1'Iua1'c-utical Assovlation, Ainorivan Pll2iI'IllIl1'0llIICIJ.l Assor-iation. DONALD LEE VVATSON . . . Milwaukee . . . l'llccrtric'al I'lIlgII1Ql'l'- ing. TRVDY LOI'ISl'l W'EBBl'lR . . . Now Brunswick, N.J .... Sovi- ology . . . Prom Courtg I'nion Film CI0Il1IT1IttCl'Q Parcutls W'v0k0ml, Publicity Comniittvc- . , . Vim-toria Housv, Treasuror: Alpha Gamma Dvlta. ICLIZABICTH WICISHR . . . Milwaukw- . . . M1-clival Tevhnology . . . Transfer from UW Milwaukov . . . Sigma Fpsilon Siglllil, Alllllll Delta Thr-ta . . . Fl'0lli'l1 Club . . . Calvary Lutlwran. SVZANNIC E. WICGNICR . . . lAll1nGrovv . . . Gl'l'Il1ilIl . . . Transit-r from Munivh. Gvrlnany . , . Kappa Alpha The-ta. THOMAS J. VVICGNIQR . . . Milwaukw . . . Spvevli . . . Delta Lpsilon. LOI'lSl'I ANN VVIYIGI-IL . . . Bonus' Torre, Mo .... History . . . Transfc-1' from St. Marys of tht- Vivoomls . . . VVSA Travel cIOIl1IHl'lll'l' . . . Kappa Kappa Gamniag Villa Maria, Sovial Chairman. ALAN ICDVVIN VVl"IL . . . Flushing, N.Y ,... Anthropology . . . l'niterl Nations Coniniittcv . . . Ross Club. JACQI'I'lLYN VVICIL . . . lNIilWaukvL- . . . Psyvhology . . . Tl'ilIlSiil'l' from I'nivs-rsitv of Arizona . . . Ivnion Housv Colnlnittvm- , . . Psy- :-Iiology Club I . . Alpha lipsilon Phi, Presimlm-nt: Vivtoria Housv. Social C'hairman. LICON J. VVIQINISICRGI-IR , . . LeRoy ..., -X cw-ounting . . . rIIl'2il1Sfl'l' from St. Norbcrts College . . . Reita Alpha Psi . . . Finanvv Sovivty. DAVID HENRY VVICINGARTEN . . . Glenwootl City . . . Flex-- triral I'lll2illO6'l'IIlg . . . Pfta Kappa Nu. RIQRNARD B. VVIQINSTICIN . . . Madison . . . Agricultural Ifco- noniics. JOHN MARTIN WHINSTOCK . . . Milwaulwv . . . IVI4-c'lianit'al liiigiiiefwiilg . . . Pi Tau Sigma . . . Thvta Chi. NI-lLTlA MAE VVICISSIC Plvniouth Home Iir-onoinirs lflclucation . . . Pluthonics, Troasurcir. RVSSICLL FUGICNIC WEITZ . . . W1-st Allis .... A r'r'ounting . . . Alpha Kappa Psi . . . Insuranr'o Society. Financ-o Society. STANLEY GORDON VVICLLSO . . . Oshkosh . . . Zoology . . Turncr House W if . 5 ' J' , I rltl 13221 , , Ugg Z My 2,5 r i i M, V, Jay. ' iw " ZW?" 4 xy 4 f W A ,gf X I ,Www UQ.- WELTZIEN - WICHROWSKI GAII, J. VVELTZIICN . . . ltlilwaukcc . . . Sociology . . . Transfci from IJVV Milwaukee . . . Hooters Canoe Clulv . . . FreshmanOrienta- tion . . . Vilcslcy Ifoundation . . . Iflizahcth VVaters llall, Floor Chan'- man. ALICE LEE VVENDT . . . Racinc ,... -X rt . . . Transfer from Racine Extension . . . Sigma Epsilon Sigma . . . lntcrnational Club . . . Christian Science Organization, Recording Secretary. Dl'ANE CARLTON VVENDT . . . Schoticlfl . . . Economics. CAROL JEAN VVENZEI l... Oshkosh . . . English . . . Eta Kappa Lambda, Scheders . . . White House, Social Ch-airman, Judicial Chairman, Badger Club, President, Activities Chairman. JAMES J. WERT . . . Milwaukee . . . Metallurgy . . . 'Transfer from UW Milwaukee . . . Sigma Delta Omega, Vice-President . . . American Fonndryman's Society, Mining and Metallurgical Club . . . Student Board Representative . . Pi Kappa Alpha. Trcasurcr, Rushing Chairman ARl,lN ROGER VVICSNIVR . .. Ripon . . . Accounting. ROBERT VVILLIAM VVICSULOVVSKI . . , INIilwaukcc . . . Mechani- cal Enginccririg ..., A mcrican Society of hlechanical Engineers, Secretary: Society of Student Engineers . . . MHA Chorus . . . Calvary Student Council, Choir Presidcnt . . . Gilman House, Social Chairman. BRUCE DAVID WEST . . . Washington, D.C .... Chemistry . . . Phi Eta Sigma, Phi liamhmla Epsilon. KENNETH BRUCE WESTERN . . . Milwaukcc . . . Civil Engi- nccring . . . Band, Concert Hand . . . l"oothall. VVIIJJAM VVESTLICY. JR .... Milwaukee . . . Medicine . Sophomorc Honors . . . Phi Chi. FRANK C. WESTPHAL . . . Watertown . . . Electrical Engineering. JON F. WESTPHAL . . . Colninhus . . . Accounting . . . MHA Stores Accountant . , . Conover House, Treasurcr. ELIICSE MONA WEYENRERG . . . Milwaukcc . . . Elcmentary Education . . . Transfer from Drakc Lvnivcrsity . . . Union The-atcr I'shcr . . . Hillel Foundation. MARTHA LOVISE WHEATON . . , Wauwatosa . . . History . . . Cardinal Band. JAN STI-IPHAN VVHEEIJIR . . . Madison . . . Correctional Institu- tions . . . Dclta Theta Phi . . . Harcsfoot . . . Boxing. MARK WALDO WHELAN . . . Fond du Lac . . . Chemical Engi- neering ..., V Xmerican Institute of Chemical I'lf1gIl1t'0l'S . . . VVisconsin Engineer . . . Track, Cross Country . . . Turner House, Phi Delta Theta. RAY JONATHON XNHITE . . . Madison . . . Zoology . . . Nautilus Society . . . lfnion Gallery Committee. REX S. VVHITE , . . VVonewoc . . . History. Nl'ID J. WHITCOMB . . . Milwaukee . . . Medicine . . . Nu Sigma Nu . . . Mcdichoir . . . Evans Scholars. JOHN DAVID VVIIITINC . . . l,aCrossc . . . Political Scicnce . . . Transfer from LaCrosse State . . . VVSA Personnel and Publicity fi0lllIl1Itll't'I Campus Chcst, Strcct Solicitations Chairman . . . Pi Kappa Alpha, Rushing Cliairlnali, IIOIHQf'UI1llllg Chairman: Frankonlulrger, Yicc Prcsidf-nt. JOSEPH P. VVICIIROVVSKI . . . lVIilwaulicc . . . History . . . Trans- fcr from lfW Milwaukee. WID STROM - WISNIEWSKI MARYLEE IVIDSTROM . . . Wvausau . . . Child Development . . . Transfer from VVausau Extension . . . Campus Chest . . . Hoo!'er's Ski Club. FRANCIS ARTIIl'R VVIESNER . . . Neenah , . . Chemical Engi- neering . . . Delta Epsilon, Treasurer . . . American Institute ot' Chemical Engineers . . . MHA Presidentls Council, Student Conduct Committee. Advisor . , . Chamberlin House, President. RICHARD GLEN VVIGGLESWORTH . . . Dane ..., Agricultural Education .... Alpha Zeta, Chronicler: Sophomore Honors . . . Crops and Soils Club, Sergeant atVArms: Future l"arzners ot' Amer- ica, Secretary . . . MHA Athletic Committee .... Xrnold Air Society . . . Cross Country, Track. VV Club . . . Conover House. RALPH VVIKEN . . . Milwaukee .... r Advertising . . . Transfer from Milwaukee State . . . Marketing Club. Publicity Chairman. Alpha Delta Sigma . . . WMHA Announcer, MHA Store Board . . . Badger Block. RICHARD ARTI-Il'R WILBERG . . . Beloit . . . Applied Art, . . . Transfer from Midwestern IIniversity . . . Sigma Delta Pi. ROBERT WENCEL WILDA . . . IVIanitowoc . . . Mechanical Engineering . . . Society ol' Automotive Engineers, Chairman, Treas- urer . . . MHA Chorus . . . Arnold Air Society . . . Spooner House. ANN WILLIAMS . . . Oshkosh . , . Social Work , . . Transfer from Carleton College . . . Homecoming Committee, I'N Committee . . . Gamma Phi Beta, Rushing Counselor. DANIEL JAMES VVILLIAMS . . . Ridgeway . . . Dairy Husband- ry . . . Transfer from Platteville State , . . Crops and Soils Club, Saddle and Sirloin Club. ELINOR ANN VVILLIAMS . . . Long Beach, Calif .... Chemistry . . . American Chemical Society . . . Alpha Gamma Delta. JANE ANNABEL WILLIAMS . . . VVest Allis . . . Business Edu- cation . . . l'niversity Chorus, Womenls Chorus . . . Kappa Delta. KENTON ELWOOD WILLIAMS . . . Menomonee Falls. . . . Accounting . . . Transfer from Northwestern University . . . Beta Alpha Psi. LI'CY GARVIN WILLIAMS . . . Whitefish Bay . . . English . . . Transfer from Rockford College . . . Homecoming Publicity Com- mittee . . , St. Francis House, Social Co-Chairman . . . Sigma Kappa, Pledge President. Assistant Activities Chairman. MACK E. WILLIAMS . . . Milwaukee . . . Electrical Engineering . . . Transfer from LVN' Milwaukee .... A lpha Phi Omega . . . MHA Commons Committee, .ludieial Board . . . WMHA Engineering . . . Signal Corps . . . Football, Track . . . Tarrant House, Athletic Chairman. SALLY ANN WILLIAMSON . . Madison . . . Business Teacher Education . . . Pres House, Deacong University Religious Council, Human Relations Conference Chairman , . . Phi Chi Thetag Union Dance Committee, llnion Public Relations Committee, Freshman VVeek Religious Open Houses, Chairman ...I A lpha Ni Delta. HARRIET FRANCES WILLIS . . . Des Moines , . . Speech Cor- rection . . . Sigma Alpha Eta . . . VVSA Public Relations . . . Delta Gamma. NORMAN JAMES VVILLISTON . . . Green Bay . . . History . . . Transfer from Green Bay Extension . . , Baptist Student Center, Duputation Chairman, Fall Banquet Chairman, House Father. EARL I, VVILSON . . . Marathon . . . Marketing . . . Transfer from Los Angeles City College. J. PETER VVILSON . . . Verona . . . Eleetrical Engineering . . . Phi Eta Sigma, Eta Kappa Nu, Delta Epsilon, Iron Cross . . . Badger, Business Statt, Business Manager . . . New Student Week, Dorm Coordinator: Homecoming, Finance Manager: MHA House President Council Chairman . . . Gregory House, Social Chairman President. NEAL GARY VVINNIC . . . Milwaukee , . . Economies . . . Transfer from Temple Vniversity ...I - Xlpha Epsilon Pi. DONNA JEAN VVIRTH . . . Milwaukee . . . Experimental Foods. . . Phi Lpsilon Omicron, Euthenies. Omicron Nu . . . Agriculture- Home Economics Student Council, Home Economies Student Council . . . Home Economies Hospitality Day, Coed's Week. FAY A. WISNIEWSKI , . . Madison . . . Commercial Art . . . Transfer from Ripon College . . . Hoofers . . . YVVCA, Bazaar Chair- man. S -si x Q - s sf Q in X5- .. -Mxwamwmmm DONALD ROY VVOLTER . . . lVIilw:111k1111 . . . Cl11'111i1-z1l liugi- 111-111'i11g .... 1 X1111-1'i1':111 lnstiflltc- ol' C'l111111i1':1l lC11gi111-1'1's . . . .l11111fs Hmisv, S01'i:1l flll'llI'lllilIl. ROBICRT DAVID WOLVICRTON . . . xlllWi1lllil'C' . . . ICI1-1-t1'i1-:1l l1f11gi111-111'i11g . . . 'fI'ZlIlSfl'l' l'1'11111 l'11iv111'sity 111' VVisc'011si11. Milw:111k1111. JOHN SHICRMAN VVONDPIRS . . . K1-1111sl1z1 . . . CI11-11111-:1l l'I11gi- 11111-1'i11g ..., 1 X111111'i1-:111 lnstitutc- 11f C'l11-111ic':1l E11gi11c1-1's . . . T1':1c'k . . Giln1:1.11 H1111s11, Athl1-fic Cl1Z1ll'I1lIl1ll, P11l1li1'ity Llll2iiI'IllIill. DONALD FRANK VVOOD , . . M:11lis1111 . . . IQ1'11110111i1-s . . . Phi li1'K:L Kappw: A1't11s . . , Bzulgr-1', R11si111-ss Stuff, A1lv111'tisi11g M1111- ngvr . . , S1':1l1l1:11'1l :1111l lSl:11l11: P1'11v11st l'111'ps . . . P11-s Il1111sc . . . l"i11:1111'e S111'i1'ty. ROBERT BERRIAN VVOOD . . . l'iUl'l'Sl Hills, N.Y .... linglish . . . T1':111sf1-1' from l'l11l1:1rt Collegv . . . llf' R14p1'es011t:1tiv11 . . , Pl1i Kz1pp:1 Sigma, Atl1l1-ti1- Cl1:1i1'111:111, S1-1-1'1-t11,1'y, V11-0-P11-si1l1-111, Housv M:111z1g1'r, P1'11si1l1111f. ROHICRT HOVVARD VVOOD . . . M:11lis1111 . . . Law . . . Dc-lt:1 Tl111t:1 Pl1i. DONNA YOVNG VVOODVVARD . . . VV1-st Allis . . . S111-i:1I VV111'k. JAMES ARTI'll'R VVOODWARD . . . li2ll'lIlf' .... A c'1'111111tir1g . . . r.FI'Zl,llSfl'I' from R:11'i1111 lCxtQ11si1111 . . . l11s111':1111-11 Socivly. THOMAS C'IlARl.l'IS WOOSI-INVRAFT . . . P11l:1ski . , . 1111-11- 111,1111ics . . . Pi K:1pp:1 Alpha. DAVID ARTHVR WORTHMAN . , . M:11lis1111 . . , l'I1'111111111i1's . . C'l1i Psi. .IAMICS GHNIQ VVRIGHT. . . YY11stfi1-l1l ,.., A X11i111z1l ll11sl1:1111l1'y . . - 1xI'tlI1Sl"l'I' f1'11111 Rip1111 C'11llf1g1J. NVILLIAM WlI,I1'RI1IDVVI'l1IRGI1IR , . . G1'1f1f11l11:1f . . . M1-1'l1:111i1-:1,I lC11gi11s-e1'i11g . . . A1'1111l1l AirS111-ioty . . , C'l1i Phi. 478 WITHROW - WUERGER DIANIC F. WITHROW . . . H11stisf111'1l .... A X1-t 11211111-:1t11111 l1'1':1111-is Housv, T1-:1 CI1:1i1'111:1,11 . . . G:1ll111'y C111111nitt1-1- P 1 11111li1111s . . . Sli1'hl1-1', ll111111-1'1,1mi11g D1-1'111':1ti1111s C7l1:1i1'111.111 9 lt ciilllllllll-. .HCRR Y ROBICRT WITT . . . M:11'sl1fi1-l1l . . , flllPH1lSfl'j All 1 ll 1':111 C'l1e1111ic':1l S111'i11ty, P11-si1l1111l. MARlLYN H. VVlll'l"l'lG . . . Gl'l'i'Il Buy . . . SIN'Pf'll . l'l'0IIl f11'90I1 Buy l'fXt1111si1111 , . . Bz11lg1-1' l3l111'k, Plihlivity C h 111111111 ll11111111'f1l11gy1 CRIIIIIJIIS C'111'11iv:1l: P1'11111: Aws Big Sister 11111111 . . . Hoofel' R,i1li11g: f'l11l1, C'l1:1i1'm:111 of ll111's1- Show . . 11111 1'I111sis . . . WHA-TV . . , O1'io11t:1,ti1111 C'11111111itt1111 . . . K111111 GICORGF DAVID VVOHANKA . . . MlllN'illlliKll' . . . l111 11111 T1':111sf111' from lvIllVl'l'Fllj' of Wis1'1111si11 :1l Mil1v:111k00. RORICRT JAMICS VVIIOLFORTH . . . x'IllAY2llll'ii"f' . . 111 . . . rlll'liI1SfQI' l1'11111 l'11iv1-rsifv of VVis1'1111si11 :1t Milwziliku IN X VVis1'1111si11 Pl1z11'111:11'1-111i1':1l .?A4S0f'l2LllllIlI A111111'i1':111 Ph-1 1 Ass111'1:1t11111 Vl'is1'1111si11 Stats- Ph:11'I11a11'1-11ti1':1l Ass11f'1:1t11111 ANNIC RI'TLICDGl1IWOLD . , . R:11'1'i11gt1111, lll ..... - X1't H1 1 S1-11i111' C011111'il . . . cl2lIllI1llS Clwst, l'llll2lIlf'l' C'l1:1i1'111:111 K ll C7l111st, O1'gz111iz:1li1111s U11-111'1li11:1t111': P2l1l'K'lllS VVOQIQO111 Slllll IW cllltllI'IYl2LIlI Dolphin C'l11l1, l'11i011 G:1ll1-ry C311111111ittvP1 It1l1 N11wSf111lQ11t Wvvk: AVVS C'1'11f1l's Vlvwk . , . L:111g1l1111 Hull D 1 S111'i:1l Ch:1i1'111:111. Rlfll,-XRD AY. WOLI1' . . . R1t'hl:1111l C'1111l1'1' . . . lNI11si1 1 . . . T1':111sfe1' f1'11111 l.111':1s College . . . Phi li:1pp11Pl1i:Pl11 'Nl l I P1'11si1l1111t . . . St. P:111!'s C':1tl111lic- I'f:1ti11g C11-1111. Iiiiyer. N1 1111111 111 AlllSl1' Slllillflll-l'lill'llllY C'1111111'il, P1'11si1l1111t: l'11ivc-1'siTy 111 V11 11111 lll l5:1111l. Lil11':11'iz111: l'11iv1-1'sity of VVis1'1111si11 fll'f'lll'Sll'2l. LICWIS NELSON WOLFF . . . St. Louis , . . Real Esmtc N dl IQ1-tim: Club, Fi11:1111-1- S111-ivfyq lIlQ1ll'iLlll't' S111'i11ty . . . ll1111111111l11g,w llflllgixl' Rl111'k . . . Pi L:1111l11l:1 Pl1i, Sl111v:11'1l. l'Ix111'11tiv11 ff NOR.MAN F. VVOLl"I" .... A pplc-t1111 . , , M:11'k1-tins: . l'1'11111 Nlllllilillil l'Ixt1-11si1111 . . . Beta Alpha Psi: Pl1i Alpl11 Dlgllll M111'k11ti11g Club. V ' f 4 3 M Q T if 1 , .af 1.-.ww mei' 7 X 11 1 Vsiw m11111:g111sv 1111i11+-we, 11 -1A,t,1i1'1.y 1 11155 5ffLs:vZ1L,f 1115x455 5 ,?2Q42:fL1z11z,aw,,, 21115311- ,wt mg gfgm:5ig141,1f1 ' 1 11311311.11 Q, -.fwgfiffw , 1 11:1 YWJQIQWS WUHRMAN - ZIELIN SKI RORICRT HICNRY VVPHRMAN . , . Nlilwzlllkvv , . . Alllllldl Hus- hzultlry . . . Smlcllc- and Sirloin Cluh, S0l'fl,1'2llll- ut Arms, Puhlivity Chzrirmzm: Littlu lntternzttionzil Live-stork Show: UW Mont Judging Tc-:mtg PW Livr-stork Judging Ttfzim . . . l"r:ztvrn:tl Rt'1llIIl of PVV .R:u'iu-rs, Prvsitlvnt. JOHN MILTON WPSSOYY . . . :hIilXVIllllit't' . . . Mzulu-ting . . . Trunsfvr from l'nivc-rsity ol' AYlSK'OllFi1l in Milwztukt-0 . . . MHA, Personnel Cominittt-0 . . . Mnrkm-ting Cluh: Society for Aclvmice- nn-nt, of M21lltl2llIl1t'Ilt1 Real liwtattt- and Light Building Assoc-iutionl Convert Ritual: MtLI'C'l1illgI,r1LIltlI Cnion Ijllllfl' c'0I11II'1lit0l', Arrnngv- nn-nts: Fillllllft' Soc-ictyz VVMHA. Announc'vr :intl Musivnl l7irvt'tor l'nion Housv llvpx'0S0ntutivv. JOHN VVILLIAM YAEGICR . . . Miulison . . . Lztlmor Bliillilgflillltlll . . . Sorie-ty for .AClVtLIlC9I11tlill ol' lh'IQi,Il2Igi'Illt'lllI Military Bull, Com- niittt-0 Sllll-flllttlflllfltll. ALAN MlCHAl'lL YAFFIC . . . VVinn1-tkzi, lll, . . . Firizuirx- . . Hillr-l . . . Rzulgvr Rlock Connnittn-vi New Stutlvnt Vivvvk, fluiflv . . . Z1-tai Bvtu Tzuu. Historian. PATRICIA R, YARNFI . . . Milwnuliet- . . . f,t't'l1Il2l.tl0ll2ll 'llllvmpy . . iPl'2LI1Fft'I' from lliiivtwsity ol' Wisconsin in Milwaukee . . . Ovcu- pntionzil Tlwraipy Cluh: llnion Crafts Conunitts-og CztmpusC:u'nivz1l. ROBERT ICIWVARD YATICS . . . Chippt-wan Pulls. . . lVlvc'ln111if'z1l .l':llglI100I'iIlg . . . Phi I-Ita Sigmn . . . Ame-rirztn Sorioty of Mm'l1:1nic':1l T':llgi1li:'Pl'SQ Sorit-ty of Automotivs: Hiigiiie-01's . . . Thctn Dvltai Chi. RICHARD l"l'NG YICH . . . Nlilwallkoo . . . Mvcliral Scif-i1c'o . . . Phi liter Signm . . . Internntionfil Club Wnylztntl Club: Chinn-so Stu- clvnt Association . . . Baptist Studs-nt Fellowship. FRANCIS FDVVARD YOPNG . . . lNImlison . . . Philosophy. RONALD LIQLAND YOUNG . . Almontl . . Civil EI1glllt'l'l'll12 . . . Americain Scwivty of Civil Filrzinccrs 3, f it S 'Q M af: 2 I' I :.Q. A A C . p 'l,A or A ,i" . ' PW :'l Q V A A qbqq. a , "'.: 'P iiiih . , SONURA RAIC YOLNG . . . Manitowoc' . . . Applit-cl Arts . . Gunimu Phi Bvtn. VVlLLIAM JAY YOUNT . . . Mzulison . . . Mc-tlivul Svimicc . . . Phi Flt:LSigI1n1: Phi lizippn Phi: Phi Rvtw Kappa: Nu Signm. Nu . . . Moflivhoir . . . Freslnnfin Crow: Varsity Crt-w. .IOHN Fltlilll-IRICK ZANCHARI7 . . . .lauivsvillo . . . Muthcmutir-s .IAN LAVVRICNCE ZDROJEK . . . Thr-insvillv . . . l'lt'0IlOII1lCS . . . 'I'1'a11Sf0r from Pnivorsity ol' VViSConsin :tt Milwzmkve- . . . Scalwlmul :md Blnclt-1 Provost Corps . . . Kappa Siznm. RICHARD ALLEN ZICIGIQR . . . Milwaukee . . . Finance :intl Luloor M:Ln:rgs-mont . . . Rnsketlball: W Cluh . . . Sigma Chi. CARLYN Slll ZFISCHOLD . . . Crm-ii Huy . . . Physivnl Etlumi- tio.1 . . . Pliysirwl Tfclurntion Newsp:1pf'r. .ll'Lll'l Zl"Ll. . . . Highlztncl Park .... lournulisrn . . . Phi Bc-tu Kappa: Phi Kappa Phi: Mortar Boarfl: Theta Sigma Phi. Vim-- Pre-Siclc-nt: Sigma Epsilon Sigma: Sophomore Honors: Borden Scholrirsliip Awzirfl . . . Daily C2il'fliIlfll. Co-lfnivvrsity litlitor . . . Profossionul Pun H1-l Counril . . . Hill:-l Founclution, Yic'v-Prciitlont, Svf'ret:u'y. FRICU ARTHVR ZICNTURAF . . . R:u'in4- . . . BllSllll'hS liclucattion . . . Trrinslvr from Rzwinc- l'fxtv11sion . . . St'llt'tlt3I'S. JOAN l'ILLl'IN ZICR . . . Milwaiikf-0 . . . Home l'fr'ono1niPS . . . Tl'I3ll4l-t'l' front l'1iivvi'sity ol' Vllisvonsin in Milwazuluw- . . . Huthonir-S . . . Czilvury Lutheran Churvh Group . . . llnflgvr Rlorlq. ALLYN JAMICS Zll'Xll'lNHAGl'lN . . . VV:1utomn . . . Cl10II'llt'til lfiigiln-s-1'ilig . . . Phi litzi Signi:1:T:1u Rott: Pi: Phi Iitfllllltltl Vpsilon . . . PSI" .... - Nl1lGl'lt"'ll lnstitutv0fCl11'Init'r:l Ell2lll1'1'l'S . . . Noyos 'PI'f"1-Slll'K'l'. Athlotir' Chrtirinatn. ICDWARIJ ARTHLR ZlI'lGENHAflI'IN . . . lnclinnztpolis . . . Politicwl Sl'lt'llt'ft . . . Provost Corp . . . Stuclc-nt Court , . . Alpha Uoltn Phi. Rarclgf-1' Alpha Dvlt liilitor. Corresponding S1-vrctalry. Plc-tlgrf Vivo-Pi'vsicloi1t. DANIICL ZIICLINSIQI . . . Milwaukt-0 . . . Gvogrnpliy :intl History . . . Frc-slillnnl Bzzsc-hull . . . Gr:-y Gnhlvs . . . Athlc-tic' Chairman. -179 ZIEMER - ZWICKEY ROISICRT LAVVRICNCI2 ZIICMICR . . . Madison ..., I Xccounting . . . Trauisfm' from University of Wisconsin in Milwaukcc . . .Society for Arlv:uu'cInvnt oi Mzuizmgcnicntg Insunuice Society, Fiiiamcv Society. HAROLD WILLIAM ZILISCII, .Ir .... Delzivan . . . Labor Main- 2Lfl,'0IIl0Ilt . . . Phi Eta Sigma, Sophomore Honors . . . IF Chorus . . . Iizmibdu Chi Alpha, Rituzilist. HAROLD A. ZILLMANN . . . Kim-l . . . BA . . . TI'1lllSi'1'l' from Mis- sion House Colle-ge . . . Fiilaulcc' Society: Insurzznco Socir-ty . . . Alpha. Kappa Psi. DOVGLAS RAY ZILZ . . . Wauiszux . . . Economics . . . Transfer from Wausau Extension . , . Wisconsin Forensics Union. ICMIL H, ZIMMERMANN . . . Boblingeu, Germany . . . History . . . Timisfcr from Gymnasium Boblingen . . . Nowmfm Clubg St. Pziuls Choir . . . Hoofcrs Sailing Club . , . YMCA, Social Chziirman. .IRAN E. ZIXN . . . Milwzulkcc . . . Home Economics l'lllllC1ltlOI1 . . . Hoofm-rs Sailing Club, Union Thcater Usher . . . Pres House Dczicon, Choirg University Religious Council . . . I1'liz:ibcth Wgitc-rs H ll, F Comn tt Cl I , J dicial Chfi m'u, St :L inzince , n co izurnzm u .ir . 1 ore Committee. KENNETH E. ZIPPERER . . . Waysidc . . . American Inst,itut,ions :incl Iiconomics . . . Transfer from Manitowoc Extension . . . YGOP. DOUGLAS ZWICKFY . . . Rhinchmdcr . . . Animal Husbandry . . . High Housc, Vice President. BARBARA VAITL . . . MllXN'iLllkl'l' . . . Elementary liducation . . Eta Kappa Lambda . . . Slichtcr, Chorus, Vice President. The People That Made Life Worthwhile There's a long sigh of relief coming from the third floor of the Union where assembled Badgerites are celebrating the 1957 Badger, now a reality. And behind the mixed emotions now facing the editor and business manager are a long line of thanks to all those who helped produce the Badger and at the same time made life really worthwhile. SPECIAL THANKS TO : Phil Skinner ............ Peggy Dickson . . Cynthia Northrop Wayne Rogers . . Mike Fox .... Joyce Grieger . . . Nancy McAleavy Barbara Loder . Paul Counsel . . . Don VVood ..... Doug Mitchell . . . Howard Brinton. AN ADDED TRIBUTE Bill Yalen Bob Williams Brad Wood Jim Sloane . . . . .Associate Editor . . . .University Editor . . . .Activities Editor . . . . . . . . .Sports Editor . . . . .Living Units Editor . . . . . . . Senior Editor . . . . .Copy Editor . . . .Index Editor . . . . . .Cover Designer . . . .Advertising Manager . . . . . .Sales Manager . . . .Exchange Editor Photographers 2 THE EDITORIAL STAFF Activities: Tom VValler, Barbara Larson, Gail Garvey, Sandy Smith, Annette DePue. Living Units: Karel Henke. Sports: Dick Neuheisel, Bart Munson. Seniors: Barbara Bell, Phyliss Varnum, Clare Miller. Copy: Nancy Mueller, Gretchen Usher, Ruth Hopkinson, Judy Schwartz, Bette Jo VVivel, Gerry Doran, Dave Preiss, Peg McCormick, Lillian Rupple. BUSINESS STAFF Assistant Sales Manager, Debbie Sarles. Production: Ann Warner, Al Schmidt, Betty McMahan, Betty Burkhart, Judy Curry, and all the BADGER salesmen. HELPING HANDS John Riley, Senior Picture Photographer for Manchesters. Jim Mott, Sports News Service, George Richards, editor of the VVisconsin Alumnus, Bob Taylor, head of the University News Service, General Artists, Delonge Studios, Milt Leidner, Edward Schumann and Associates. PRODUCTION REPRESENTATIVES Rogers Printing Company, Mr. John A. Culley, J ahn and Ollier Engraving Com- pany, Mr. Edwin Hackleman, Wheelen Studios, Miss Nan Ritter, Black Studios. Mr. William Black, S. K. Smith Company, Mr. Robert Ihrig. BAD GER BOARD Prof. Lester L. Hawks Ray Hilsenhoff Prof. Frank Thayer Prof. Edwin Peterson Katie Caldwell, President Mike Fox, Vice President Paula Haller, Secretary Peggy Dickson Pete Wilson Tom Lupinski Fran Montgomery, Editor Phil Henderson, Business Manager A Aareon. M., 78 Aarrestad, E., 370, 394 Student 94, 95, 97, 306 297 Aaron, J., 371 Abai, A., 262 Abdel-Moneim, M., 296 Abendroth, C., 286 Abendroth, G., 340 Aberg, R., 133 Ableson, L., 370 Ables, M., 122 Abraham, D., 134 Abraham, J., 221 Abrahamson, L., 141 Abrahamson, M., 362 Ackerman, J., 112 Abrahamsen, M., 221 Ackley, E., 394 Abendroth, C., 78 55555555 2-D-D-C40-D-00 wmwvmmgf aaasag-. errevavw zo'- ?F1UOFF?'w N. 5sg?Teg - tv? " gg SP S P NN U' 50 e BN 9 5 5 50 . I 5 M 3 SP -w U O-1 A 'O Adams, 394, 386, 334, 336, 358, 317 317 Anderson, A., 395, Anderson, A., 395, Anderson, B., 351 Anderson, Anuerson, U., 4x1lt1C1'S01l, U., 3952 , 313 C., 395, 83, 314, 364 386 226, 345 280 Anderson, H., 72, 220, 269 Anderson, J., 82, 86, 307 Anderson, J., 395, 386, 288, 304 Anderson, J., 11 2, 312, 364, 280 Anderson, J., 395, 227, 337 310, 280, 298 M 395 Anderson, ., , 342, 317 Anderson, N., 326 Anderson, P., 395, 98, 140, 250, 335 Anderson, R., 395, 340 Anderson, R., 395, 76, 92 Anderson, R., 122 Anderson, S., 315, 281 Anderson, T., 108, 225, 294, 296, 303 Andrasco, 293 M., 319 Andre, S., Andree, S., 362 Andresen, J., 395 Andrews, B., 71 Andrews, E., 227, 318 F 295 Andrews, ., Andrews, R., 82 Andringa, '. L , 134, 3:2 Andringa, P., 77, 78 78 281 :.:,:':f:f::-9:.:::.:-p9:.::. 452:-gfgg' QQQESSFQFQE :fp ,,..::,,,- :-rf.--: epPf13:. ' A Sami 555 y.,,?' ...ww - ' pr-FFU FD C.: gee' gage g,g,,?d,,,P ' ' ' be J - 1-1 1.5. lx? , -. gone, g,-333.1 3. 5963 2 ' 2888 v- NH to oo ACN: N. N ut mm xr to P, g so N2 Nao' A ea 22222222 .fg'E'::5E: 2-gsgees f'F'r:7e55i rf: .e?WwW?sr 23339: ' Q.: 3 E 372 Albert, J., 358, 294 Alberts, C., 349 Albrecht, A., 386, 296 Albrecht, F., 394, 131, 143 Albrecht, G., 293 Albrecht, J., 394, 75, 299 Albright, J., 122 Alderman, B., 311 Aldrich, L., 342 Aleft, J., 394, 289, 301, 305 Alexander, B., 351 Alexander, D., 283 Alexander, J., 394 Andrus, F., ' , .111gelneck, E., 357 Angelbeck, M., 357 Angelbeck, R., 395 Angevine, J., 122 Annear, E., 74 An11e11, A. Ansah, J., , 324 292, 262 Ansell, S., 92, 271 Anstield, P., 395 Anthony G., 373 Apps, J., 74 Arbuthnot, F., 395 Archer, J., 395, 128, 321 Archie, D., 356 Ardell, VV., 222 Arent, L., 307 Arent, N., 286 Argue, L., 222 Arihood, W., 334 Arkins, N., 349 Arle, M., 372 r, M., 113, 322 Armin, M., 395 Arnlbruste Arndt, L., 395 Arnflt, M., 373 Arnesen, L., 109, Arneson, K., 74 Arnold, H Arnold P., 315, Arnold, M Arnold, V ., 395, ., 369 ., 280 Aron. J., 311 Aronberg, N. 371 Aronson, J., 298 Aronson, P., 365 Arromdee, Arud y, J.. V., 288 295 29 286 283 2 Arvold. G., 319 Aschenbrener, J., 367 370. 286. Alk, B.. 380. 252, 311, 199, 260 Allan, E., 394, 104 Allen, A., 388, 135 Allen, D., 342 Allan, E., 313 Allen, G., 394, 322 Allen, J., 241 Allen, K., 364 Allen, T., 82 Allie, C., 285, 307 Allman J., 394 Allman. R.. 95, 339 Alloy, D., 339 Almnnla, P., 298 Alperovitz, G., 382. 248 Alpert, K., 311, 285 Alphonse. D., 76 Alsteen, R., 375 Alt. F., 297 Alt, J., 317 Altepeter, A., 286 Alter, J., 295 Altman, E.. 113, 227 Altmann, R., 294 Alun1, A., 340 Alverson, M., 322 Alymeric, A., 364 Amacker. C., 108 Amato, D., 79 Ambrose, W., 335, 299 Amendola, J., 345 Ament, J., 277 Ames, G., 342 Ames, O., 394 Ames. S., 286, 307 Amundson, J., 356 Amundson, L., 395, 84, 87, 225, 281 Andereck. N.. 298 Anderle, B.. 293 Andersen, T., 296 Andersen, R., 395 Aschenbrenner. C., 395, Ashhrenner, M.. 286 Ashmore, L., 108 Askeland, A., 396, 333 Asmussen, J., 289, 304 Aspcnson, E., 388, 134 Aspinwall, N., 313 Asplin, K., 111, 298, 303 Asplund, K., 396, 97 Aspnes, D., 221 Atinsky. S., 365 Askins, V.. 396 Atkinson, C, 280 Attoe, R.. 144 Atwood, M., 116 Atwood. R., 222. 294 Audet, H., 286, 307 Auker, N., 321 Aumann, W., 356 Ausman, T., 98. 295 Austad, W., 291 Austin, C.. 296. 304 Austman, H., 74 Auterman, J.. 298 Avery. S., 113, 316 Axel, B.. 388 Axley, F.. 396, 324 Ayer. C.. 98 Aznell, N., 386 Azrael, J., 371 Baardseth, D., 75 Babb, E., 396. 104, 313 Babcock, S.. 386 Bahler, J., 110, 225, 222, Buhler. R.. 277 Bach. B.. 365 Bachkal, N., 396 293 369 Index Bachman, R., 396, 142 Backus, M., 288 bacopoulos, A., 288 153111, zh., 250 naw, U., 396, 143, 290 Baehler, T., 288 Baer, L., 386, 327 Baer, S., 75, 338, 299 Bagles, C., 277 Bagley, G., 396 Bagneski J., 83 Banler, H., 396 Bahr, A., 91, 97, 295 Bailey, J., 313, 364 321 Baird, B., Baker, B., 285, 307 Baker, D., 357 Baker, G., 396, 355 Baker, M., 311 Baker, P., 295 Baker, VV., 318 Bakke, N.. 105, 315, 280 Bakschi, R., 98 Balanzino, S., 341 Baldovin, D., 396, 94, 98, 299 Baldwin, D., 336 Baldwin, F., 396 Baldwin, H., 396 Ball, B., 347 Ball, J., 279 Ball, K., 396 Ballentine, G., 145, 144 Balthazar, P.. 281 Baltz, VV., 298 Balzer, J., 396, 313 Bandow, M., 280 Banton, J., 326 Barany, J., 128, 357 Barash, E., 311 Barhakoff, R., 366 Barber, D., 122, 352, 320, 293 Barck, P., 264 Barcock, D., 293 Bard, M., 374 Bardeen, J., 396, 281 Bardeen, P., 281 Bardon, N., 316 Barenschaer, J., 280 Barfknecht, C., 131 Bargholtz, B., 84, 321 Barich, G., 135 Barik, L., 311 Barkovech. S.. 359 Barland, G., 79 Barland, M., 371 Barlow, B., 386 Barlow. J., 316 Barnard. J., 347 Barnard, S., 339 Barnes, D., 299 Barnes, J.. 396. 86 Barney, J.. 375 Barnhart, J., 362 Barnum. C., 335 Baron. C., 281 Barr, L., 396. 94. 95. 240 Barr. M., 396. 108. 318 Barrack. L.. 103. 109. 196 Barranrl. G., 396, 111, 383 Barrett, N., 397 Barrow. L.. 262 Barry, B., 111, 113. 317. 199 Barry, G., 85 Barry, J.. 135 Barry, P.. 357 Barstow, H., 71. 78 Bart. S.. 397. 91, 297 Bartel. M.. 397., Bartell. R.. 397. 329 Bartelson, D., 86 Bartelson. R.. 397 Bartelt. S.. 397. 260. 319 Bartholomew, B.. 343 Bartholomew. R.. 397 Bartkowiak, G.. 344 Bartlett. T.. 322 Barton. N.. 397, 248 Bartz, F., 293 Bartz. T., 289 Bartz. R., 289 Barwieh, M.. 307. 7520 Bass, G., 346, 261. 271 Bass, T.. 280 Bass. R.. 311 Bassett, T.. 298 Bassler. J.. 318 Bassman, B., 252 Bassman. R., 311 Bassman Basten . T., 349 , B. Bassett. E.. 78. 113 Bates, T.. 78. 281 Bates, W.. 397 Bathke. B., 397. 298. 301. 30 Batley, W., 296 Battie, VV.. 294 Rauch. M.. 281 Bauder. D.. 341 Bauer. C.. 397. 77, 323 Bauer, D.. 299 4 . 298 Bauer, E., 386 Bauer, F., 397 Bauer, G., 397, 356 Bauer, K., 356 Bauer, P., 386 Bauer, R., 266 Bauer, W., 397 Bauman, A., 339 Bauman, R., 141 Bauman, Vw., 339 Baumann, A., 397 Baumann , U., 106 Baumann 71, 280 , J-. Baumann, L., 397, 117, 379, 258 Baumann, W., 397 Baumblatt, M., 123 Baumgardt, J., 298 Baumgartner, B., 297 Baumgartner, M., 397, 316 Baumgartner, S., 286 Baus, K., 91 Bauschka, C., 226, 221 Baxandall, L., 397 Baxter, R., 391, 332 Bayer, B., 311, 365 Beach, D., 310 Beach, K.. 77 Beach, M. Beadle, K., 285 Beadte, K.. 107 Beard, J., 398 Bearman, J., 366 Beatty, R., 291 Beaumont, R., 398 Beardsley, T., 131 Beattie, N., 313 Beaumont, R., 143 Beck, D., 141 Beck, E.. 74 Beck, G., 289 Beck, J., 74, 298 Becker, ., 344 Becker, , 398, 96 Becker, ., 95, 297 Becker .. 281 awp: Becker. R., 388 Becker, R., 140 Becker, S., 123 Becker, T., 290 Becker. T., 222, 290 Beekerman, K., 371 Becknell, A., 108 Becker, S., 398 Bechthold, N., 398 Beck, D., 291 Beckley. D., 356 Becknell. A., 226 Becknell. N., 110 Beebe, J., 221 Beernink, K., 97 Beger, K.. 291 Begun. H.. 398 Behling. G., 398 Behline. VV.. 86 Behr. J., 373 Behrend. J.. 398 Behrendt, T., 344 Behrens, E.. 303 Behrens. T.. 308 Behrens, 219, 286 Behrens. Behring, Behrinsf. R., ws, 98 mx. 312, 281 J.. 3912. 99, 357 Beier, D., 3:16. 2:12 H-:mf-. W.. x98 06, 297 Beischel. S., 308 Belaseo. M.. 398. 106 Belconis, B., 281 Roll. B., 315. 294 Bell, D., 398, 194, 196, 310 Bell. T., 322 Bell. L., 398, 110, 225, 222. 320 301 Bell, M.. 314 Bell. S.. 194. 323 Bell. VV.. 398, 321 Below. B.. 322 Belsey. G., 347 Belsito. B., 373 Belzer, A., 280 Beman, L.. 238 Bender. D., 398 Bender. R.. 289 Bendlin, B., 277 Benecke, R., 375 Beneditz, N., 298 Benn. S.. 111. 319 Benner, T., 333 Bennet, J., 295 Bennett, A., 266 Bennin. J.. 277 Bennink, M., 700 Benovitz. J., M5 Benson, E., RS. 375 Benson, R., 375 Renrud. R.. 368 Bensman. R.. 330 Benson. G.. 329 Benson. T.. 398, 374. 292 Benson. K.. 388. 133 483 SX'BIlSl DL l ll" ETiCfl'ILI,l'INCl'I For 1-9 fQ'ill'S. l'lllph2lSiS on 1-xveptimlal quality has bm-n the- ke-3 note- of Hogvrs jvarlmoks. X wide range- of type' svlvvlion. finvst lll1iU'I'iillS. l'ElI'l'I'll' pwpzlralioll oi' all prinlvll forms anal good hind ing. vmnbinv to assurv an 0lllSlilll1IiIlg yr-arlmuk. Pe-rsumil zulvim- on all ye-arbouks. haswl on jvars ul' 1-xpm-r'ie-111-1' in sa-rving xlllQ'l'il'kl.S lvzulillg sf-lmnls. has vrvalell an Irzulitiun nf Sill1'f'l ilx uml 4-'uw-ll1'l11'1' whivh has bven I'Pl'UlQ'IliZk'lI as an svvurily In Ill: svlmol and an inspiratiml to lhv staff 111 JGEIQS l7llIN'l'ING C ff3XIl31 XNX' N Ill"l"IC'l'I-919 N. INIIFIIIIQAXN AXYIC.. VIIICXXCN D, ILL. PI..XN'l'-307 l"IliH'l' ST.. DIXl DN. ILLINK DIS 484 Benson, M., 398, 281 Benson, M., 398 Bentheimeir, J., 290, 304 Bentzin, D., 289 Benusa, W., 399 Benzies, S., 249 Beranek, C., 333 Bercaw, J., 343 Bercner, J., 332 Berenu, B., 78, 320 Berend, R., 399, 238, 238, 352 Berent, J., 283 Berg, J., 71 Berg, P., 399 Berg, T., 399 Berg, W., 335 Berge, P., 293, 304 Bergman, E., 123, 369 Bergmann, B., 343 Bergmann, F., 399 Bergsbaken, K., 340, 295 Berke, S., 313 Berkotf, M. Berkow, 1., 371 Berkow, R., 252 Berland, M., 106 Berman, T., 75 Bernard, R., 108 116 Bernd, J., Bernhard, J., 399 Berns, P., 359 Bernstein, B., 199 Bernstein, C., 311, 365 Bernstein, G., 252, 372 Bernstein, M., 399 Bernston, S., 316 Blood, J., 281 Bloom, B., 123 Bloom, B., 123, 372 Blotz, M., 400, 78 Blount, B., 297 Bloxdorf, C., 400. 113, 312, 260 Bloxclort, J., 122 Bloyer, A., 144 Blue, R., 350 Bluestone, C., 369 Bluett, T., 116 Blum, B., 280 Blum, L., 386 Blum, T., 330 Blume, D., 350 Blume, G., 400 Blumenstock, T., 95, 96, 140 Blumer, J., 314 Blune, J., 333 Blunt, D., 221 Blust, R., 400, 128 Blusy, N.. 130 Bly. .T-, 35 Boardman, D., 400 Bomo, M., 400, 113, 374 Boehm, B., 281 Bock, D., 326 Bock, R., 226 Bodeau, D., 351 Bodi, J., 344 Bodine, B., 226 Bodine, D., 293 Bodine, R., 108 Bodke, S., 76 Boe, A., 106, 356 Boecher, A., 367 Boeck, R., 400 Berntson, S., 253 Bero, R., 334, 261 Berquist, S., 318 Berry, J., 388, 133, 281 Berry, K., 399, 319 Bertram, P., 318, 280 Berzinsky, B., 316 Besserdick, N., 284 Besteman, J., 399, 379 Besteman, R., 399, 358 Bestor, R., 112 Bethke, C., 399 Bethke, D., 295 Betthauser, J., 399 Beuscher, H., 293 Beverly, B., 340 Beverly, W.. 399, 145 Beyer, A., 294, 303 Beyer, M., 388, 135 Beyer, T.. 386, 335 Beyler, M., 399 Bezella, W., 399, 355, 261 Bhuyan, J., 399 Bice, B., 332 Bickwell, W., 86 Biddiscon, D., 399 Biehl, M., 387. 337, 222 Bierman, G.. 277 Bierman, K., 335 Bierwagen, P., 280 Biever, L., 116 Bigelow, M., 227 Biles, R., 399. 91, 144 Binger, A., 321 Binger, L., 327 Biratu. D.. 262 Bird. R.. 399. 77. 368 Birkett, C.. 399, 322 Birkholtz, L., 73 Birnbaum, I.. 366 Birnbaum, M., 399, 346 Bisch, F.. 400 Bischel, K.. 97 Biscobing, R., 326 Bisel, K., 400. 286 Bisgrove, R., 386 Bishoff, B., 220, 312 Bissell, G., 285 Bittner, N., 318 Bittrich, T., 289. 307, 303 Bierke, C.. 97, 221 Bierning, E., 334 Bioraker, W.. 74 Black, B., 113, 371 Black, C., 400 Black, H., 251 Black. S., 240, 333 Blackhadder. S., 107 Blackmon, R., 74 Blackmun, G., 340 Blackstein, R., 346 Blackwell, D., 297. 307 Bladholm, R.. 400 Blahnilc. G.. 266 Blake, B., 323, 362 Blanholm, B.. 317 Blank, D., 334. 299 Blasch, T., 400. 277 Blasch, L., 400, 367 Blechl, J., 135 Bleck, E.. 400. 341 Bleek, G.. 400. 97, 341 Blender. T.. 372 Bliss, G., 297 Bliss. R.. 222 Block, A.. 281 Blodyzett, C., 400. 95 Bloedorn, A., 342 Bloedorn. R.. 290 Blohm, L.. 400. 290 Blohme. L.. 73 Blomquist. 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J., 194, 312 Daugherty, D., 226 Daun, A., 340 D3X'Efll, A., 277 Davidson, A., 102 Davidson, B., 409, 117, 322 Davidson, D., 409, 95 Davidson, H., 340 Davidson, J., 322, 362, 280, 297, 307 Davidson, M.. 385 Davies, B., 110 Davis, A., 370 Davis, B., 225, 347 Davis, C., 313, 374 Davis, D., 389 Davis, H., 349 Davis, J., 102 Davis, J., 389, 318 Davis, J., 409, 87, 349 Davis, J., 409. 135 Davis, K., 108, 319 Davis, M,, 349, 280 71 Davis, R., Davison, A.. 219 487 ...- 'E ll 3 I hwy T-'E V 44' DOCTQR PHOTQGRAPHER I, 4 A ts. Xxx xxx al ' hx X 2 5 " Q 0 X 5 g 1 Ib l. VH, 5 ' 1. We '. men you think about it, the family photographer falls somewhere in the family doctor-lawyer classification. The photographer, like the doctor and lawyer, is called upon when major events in your life occur. With a fine studio portrait you can relive in later years the happiness of the engagement, the wedding, the arrival of children. 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DOWNTOWN AND EAST snot MADISON 3, WISCONSIN I I I I I 0 I 0 v a a 0 l',, Dawe, V., 310 Dawn, R., 409, 98 Dawn, W., 98 Dawson, K., 319 Dawson, M., 322, 373, 252 Dawson, P., 409, 310 Day, D., 409 Day, J., 389, 368 Deacetis, J., 98 Dealey, J., 130 Dean, D., 409, 106 Eckman, Dean, N., 410 Dean, T., 354 DeBower, D., 385 DeBruck, D., 238 Debruin, L., 316 DeBuhr, T., 386 DeCarlo, D., 370 DeDecker, R., 92 Dedricks, V., 410, 78, 103, 314 Dear, A., 410 Deerwester, A., 281 Dees, M., 410 Defenderfer, J., 410 Degner, E., 367 Depzner, VV., 288 DeHaan, B., 410 DeHaven, H., 322 DeHaven, H., 322 Dehring, B., 279 DeKarske, C., 410 Dekker, E., 410, 96, 96 DeLaat, R., 410 Deland, L., 71 Delheim, S., 371 Delonge, K., 284 DeLucca, G., 358 Delugish, A., 372 Delwiche, B., 299 Delwiche, R., 306 DeMerell, R., 350 DeMet, D., 107, 323 DeMet, M., 410 Demmin, A., 116 Denberg, L., 359 DenDooven, V., 258, 322, 279 Deneen, L., 110 Dengler, J., 123, 210, 310 Dennis, B., 320 Dennis, D., 297, 307 Denniston, C., 289 DeNoble, B., 333 DePue A., 107, 385, 315, 362, 254 Derfus, D., 86 Dobesh, Deringer, D., 340 Derr, M., 284 Deschauer, D., 364 Desenberg, D., 311, 365 Desens, K., 310 DesJardinns, G., 291, 307 Detroye, W., 87 Dettloif, F., 144 Dettmering, W., 296 Devine, D., 293 Devine, D., 98 Devine, H., 122 DeVinney, F., 410, 335 321 Devine, S., DeVoy, B.. 357 DeWese, J., 410, 123, 312 DeWitt, D., 297 DeWitt, M., 283 DeWitt, R., 240 Dexter, D., 410 Diaz, M., 97, 289 Dibb, B.. 82 Dicker, L., 410, 140, 330 Dickey, G., 108 Dickey, H., 410 Dickler, B. Dickson, P., 246, 314 Dickson. R., 142 Didier, M., 280 Dieckman, S., 373 Diederich, N., 410 Diestler, W., 410 Dietrich, J., 280 Dietrich, L., 91 Dietsch, M.. 251, 316, 280 Dietz, B., 307 Dietz, R., 298 Diez, R. , 373 Dilliard. M., 410, 315 Dillon, P., 141. 328 Dineen, R., 335 Dingle, S., 294 Dinkel, C., 410, 220 Dippel, J., 296 Dischbach, C., 330 Dittburner, D., 345 Dittert, Dix, J., L., 129 315, 260 Dixon, D., 410, 379, 316, 362, 297, 301 Dixon, S., 320 Djamaluddin, D., 76 Dobbins, D., 112,113 Docter, T.. 410 T., 334 Dockendorif, B., 83 Dodds, Belanger, M., 113 Dodge, R., 341 Doepke, P., 299, 307 Doering, B., 298 Doering, J., 344 Doering, P., 319, 362 Doering, S., 411 Doering, W., 304 Doersch, R., 281 Doherty, J., 292 Dohm, J., 321, 364 Dokken, E., 117 Dolinky, S., 346 Dolohanty, T., 85 Dolvin, M., 369 Domsky, R., 389, 248 Donahue, J., 83, 248 Donaldson, J., 91 Donkle, J., 411, 122, 333 Donlevy, K., 356 Donnelly, D., 134 Donner, T., 333 Donohoo, D., 221 Donovan, R., 71 Dopp, F., 71 Dopp, J., 75 Dopp, S., 322 Doran, G., 315 Dorn, T., 338 Dornfield, A., 219 Dorr, J., 411 Dorrance, J., 299 Dorschel, G., 411 Dorspek, W., 95 Dorzeski, E., 411 Dosch, B., 299 Doubchan, V., 369 Douglas, L., 297 Dover, E., 359 Drage, R., 367 Drago, R., 102 Drajeske, P., 411, 328 Draper, L., 323, 280 Draves, D., 116 Drees, R., 299 Dregne, D., 315, 281 Dreier, B., 307 Dreier, D., 296 Dreier, W., 386 Dreiry, D., 281 Drendel, J., 353 Drescher, L., 281 Dresser, D., 372, 253 Dressler, A., 279 Drew, W., 411, 352 Drews, D., 353 Drexler, D., 357 Dries, W., 348 Dropp, J., 286 Droppers, G., 266 Droster, R., 289 Drozd, E., 411, 76 Drubulis, A., 129 Drumm. W., 83 Drumming, M., 252 Dryer, B., 294 Dubin, F., 389 Dubin, L., 330, 369 Dubin, R., 389 DuBois, M., 317 DuBrucq. D., 323 Duchon, C., 353, 296, 306, Duchow. R., 95, 99 Duckert, B., 86 Duckert, R., 411 Dudley, J.. 411 Duebner, D., 411, 87, 358 Duerst, S., 196 Duerwachter, D., 135 Duescher, B., 298 301, 303 Duescher, R., 411, 128, 131 Duesler, T., 75 Duerst, S., 321 Duex, D., 386, 291 Duffy, J., 288 Dubl, R., 349 Duncan, D., 314 Duncan, J., 116 DunHame, C., 370 Dunham, P., 411, 113, 320 Dunlop. K., 411, 310 Dunn, D., 320 Dunn. J., 411, 350, 317 Dunning, R., 97 Dunning, T., 297 Dupis, C., 279 Dupuis, A., 294, 301 Durfee, M., 411, 316 Durian, R., 375 Durkin, R., 294 Durocher, R., 411, 283 Durspek, J., 284 Durspek, W., 411 Dushek, A., 107, 281 Dussault, S., 411, 117 Dutro, D., 364 Dutton, J., 358 Duval, J., 285 Duvall, C., 411, 292 Duwell, J., 99 Duxbury, D., 79 Dvorak, J., 327 Dvorak, M., 253 Dvorak, R., 386 Dybevik, S., 411 Dzuro, B., 110, 225 E Eagan, S., 318 Earleywine, L., 298 Eastman, B., 281 Eastman, E., 320 Eastman, M., 113 Easum, C., 387 Eaton, B. Ebbe, J., 412 Ebel, W., 412, 92, 95, 96, 289 Engeswick, N., 413, 117 Engh, T., 356 Englebeck, M., 96 Englebert, E., 76 Engler, B., 337 English, D., 86 English, R., 413 Engstad, M., 107, 281 Enneper, A., 413, 95, 96 Enright, M., 313 Enz, R., 140, 221 Eojue, D., 301, 301 Ebert, 412, 140, 341 Ebert, ., 222, 297 131 GPU Ebert, D., Ebert, J., 412, 110, 225, 307 Ebert, P., 289 Ebert, V., 225, 296, 304 Eccles, W., 350 Eckberg, T., 122 Eckdish, R., 372 Ecker, C., 412, 78 Eckerling, S., 346 R., 294 Eckoldt, D., 412, 298, 304, 306 Eckstein, R., 122 Eddy, R., 298, 303 Edelen, L., 364 Edgerton, S., 322, 253 Edgington, A., 322 Edgington, L., 322 Edland, M., 316 Edwards Edwards , B., 76 , J-, 339 Eppler, G., 340 Epstein, M., 347 Epstein, R., 295 Erbe, S., Erdman, 413, 299, 301, 303, 304, G., 112, 113, 321 Erdman, J., 339 Erdmann, D. Erdmann, G., 280 Erichsen, E ., 110 Erichsen, I., 413, 315 Ericksen, K., 315 Erickson, A., 336 Erikson, D., 413, 110, 280 Erickson, D., 98, 291 Erickson, E., 413, 111, 283 Erickson, I., 314 Erickson, J., 413, 331, 340 Erickson, K., 364 Erickson, L., 117, 272 Erickson, M., 413 Erickson, M., Edwards, N., 412, 111, 367 Edwards, S., 104, 105, 285, 304 Edwards, T., 95, 296 Edwards, W., 412 Egelhof, P., 412 Eggert, R., 294 Eggert, W., 292 Eggman, L., 291, 303 Egli, A., 286, 304 Ehart, D., 313 Ehle, F., 354, 299 Ehle, R., 412 Egli, A., 111 Ehlers, J., 412, 315 Ehlert, R., 108 Emm, T., 412, 294, 307 Ehrenpreis, C., 386 Ehrhardt, A., 122 Ehrke, B., 75, 296, 304 Ehrlich. R., 274 Eiche, C., 284 Eichinger, D., 299 Eide, K., 277 Eikenseer, L., 91 Eisenberg, B., 311 Ekhulm, M., 322 Ela. B., 343 Ela, D., 343 Elbert, J., 97, 299, 307 Elder, J., 412 Eldo, S., 123 Elke, S., 286 Elland, W., 412, 97 Ellig, B., 387, 294 Ellingboe, J., 281 Ellinger, H., 117 Ellingston, S., 73 Elliot, A., 291 Elliot, C., 333 Elliot, F., 291 Elliot, J., 385 Elliot, P., 340 Elliott, J., 373 Elliott, P., 220 Ellis, C., 412,144 Ellis, D., 330 Ellis, J.. 122 Ellis, M., 140, 356, 364, 266 Ellis, N., 412, 110, 225 Ellison, H., 93, 94, 99 Ellison, M., 284 Ellsworth, E., 294 Elmburg. J., 322 Elmer, B., 283 Elmer, D., 412, 110, 225, 286 Elmer, H., 281 Elmer, R., 85, 336 Elmgren, L., 315 Elmhorst, W.. 369 Elonen, R.. 367 Else, C., 385, 280 Elster, D., 337 Elster, H., 412 Elstran, J., 328 Elton, R.. 412, 221 Ely, J., 412 Emans, R., 412, 116, 355 Emanuel, J., 280 Emanuel, T., 413 Emery, M., 413, 317 Emme, R., 293 Emond, D., 367 Emond, G., 356 Ender, K., 122, 358 Engberg. D., 294 Engel, G., 413, 87 Engel, J., 85 Engel, K., 413, 123 Engel, W., 413, 293 Engelbert, W., 298 Engelbretson, B., 299 Engels, L., 336 Engeswick, J., 413, 329 78 Erickson, 304, 302 Erickson, 74, 76, 386, 338 Ericson, J., 294 Ericson, P., 295 Erikson, R., 413, 299, 296, 304 Errath, T., 339 FW Esch, D., 413, 318 Eschner, V., 277 Espy, P., 320 Esser, B., 339 Eston, E., 286 Estvan, E., 117 Ettaebert, J., 286 Eustice. E., 116 U Evans, ., 295 F1l'1'lFlFlFll11F1 ceeeecf: mwmwvmm :::s::s:: lhlllmwlllmlll gg ..... N FZKFT' W?"'w32,,N LOEOJBFS3 9 'ai' Evenson, C., 413, 316 Evert, D., 299 Evinrude, T., 343 Eusepi, N., 413 Evjue, D., 295 Exner, J., 341 F F:-icklam, C.. 280 Fader, D., 336 Fager, H., 298, 302 Fagler. R., 307 Fahl, M., 413, 111, 280 Fair, G., 310 Fairman, D., 330 Falch, I., 227 Falcon, D., 280 Falinger, E.. 281 Falk, E., 307 Falk, B., 91 Falk. R-, 413, 347 Falk, VV., 141 Falkenrath, M., 414, 323 Faller, J., 370 Falter, J., 368 Falstad, D., 254 Fanascli, D.,122 Fancsali. D., 414 Farber. J., 349 Farland. S.. 113 Farley, R., 86, 358 Farnum, R., 93 Farr, D., 352 Farrell, A.. 414 Farrell. T., 341 Farris, K., 84, 285 Farrow, L., 280 Farwell, G., 385, 260, 323 Fauber, M., 414 Faude, B., 123, 279 Faust, F., 414, 341 Fauts, R., 281 Favour, T., 290 Faxom, S.. 370 Fearing, V., 313 Fechheimer, S., 414 Fechtner, J.. 362 Feder, D., 86 Feiges. L., 330 Fein, B., 356 Fein, VV., 140, 143 Feingold, M., 372 Feldhausen, A., 222 Feldhausen, P., 354 Feldman, D., 252 Feldmann, C., 322 Feldstein, C., 387, 330 Felix, E.. 96, 240 Felland, R., 414 305 489 PLUMBING FIXTURES HEATING EQUIPMENT ELECTRIC PLANTS AIR-COOLED ENGINES PRECISION CONTROLS Kohler co, Kohler, wisconsin KOH LER or KOH LER Fellenz, D., 295 Feller, J., 252 Fels, G., 346 Fels, M.. 221 Felton, O., 414 Felton, R., 269 Fender, J., 227, 324 Fensk, D., 73 Fenske, D., 297 Fenske, M., 322 Fenske, R., 414, 94, 95, 96 Ferdon, E., 95. 96 Ferg, A., 74, 368 Fergen, J., 414 Ferguson, B., 364 Ferguson, M.. 317 Ferkel, C., 414 Fernhaber. B.. 379 Ferris, G., 340 Ferris, L., 297. 221 Ferris, R., 414 Ferron, J., 98 Ferry, J., 387 Fetcheimer, S.. 311 Fetek, J., 389. 135 Fetzer, VV., 335 Feuer, B., 79 Fieder. D., 296 Field, B.. 414. 349, 286 Fields, H., 366 Fielding, J., 117 Fifarek. M.. 414 Foth, C., 385, 220, 280 Fowler, A., 415, 82, 220 Fowler, W., 95 Fox, D., 389, 314 Fox. E., 340, 355 Fox, H., 311, 373 Fox, J., 311 Fox, M., 226, 246 Foye, F., 86 '21"l1"1'l'1'l"fl'fl'1'1'T1"11"11"1'1"1'2"1'l'Tl"11'11 "1"1"1'1'1'!"1'1'1"2'1'1"1"1'1'1 DNNNDJDJUNNDDNWWNNN ::::::::::0::::::4 vr'v:':r'z':r'x'Pr'gx'fE'2-00g,,rpD-- ..,. .. .,, -.... - ..:GIo5"i":-'02 ..- --frno' oamf "' "'r'-1":UF7:-:'T' owo.g,..,,.n.r,.N'-':. . 2Fwa.eameQerf-:':?ge . ...A ui 5 N few SE 5 8 Cf!-'O,,, - Nl S be lad G J- FOIHQOCU F Q5 5 F. O roi oc ... Frank V1 "1'l"1'l'11'11"11"f1 "1'1"1"1'1"1 9293559593113 5:72533 rbNNNx-pr E"'fHfv' ':'t"?":i ' 11'1TD ?:3aw P0 Gee Q - Ga lu Nl D E. E 2 5 5 N xo ZA N ox so Filek, S., 322 Filler, S., 285 Finch, J.. 83 Finder, K., 106 Fine, J., 414. 145, 330 Fink, J.. Fink, M.. 123 285 Finlay, E., 78 Finley, C., 71 Finley, M., 313 Finn, J., 316, 373 Finn, N., 71 Finnane, D., 291 Finst, J., 334, 293 Finnane, D., 85 Finnane, M., 296 Finst, J.. 305 Firnhaher, R.. 414, 352 Fiscer, L., 281 Fischhach. C., 251 Fischer, C., 414 Fischer, D., 356, 295. 301, 304, 301 Fischer, N., 414, 349 Fischer, S., 414 Fisher, B., 359 Fisher, D., 414, 73. 301 Fisher, E., 415, 292 Fisher, G., 144, 285, 307 Fisher, J.. 310. 370 Fisher. M.. 312 Fishkin. B.. 106. 261 Fishman, E., 311. 371 Fishman, L., 251 Fishman. S.. 113. 373 Fitzgerald. G.. 367 Fitzgerald. J.. 315 Fitzgerald, K., 281 Fitzgibhon. C., 321 293 Fitz atric k , D, . J., Fitzsimmonds. R.. 351 Fitzsimon Fitzsimon ds. S., 415 s. C., 373 Fivian, B.. 343 Fixmer, J.. 327 Fieldstarl. D., 141 Fieldstad, D., 141 Flaherty. VV.. 344, 261 Flaten. L.. 415 Flath. B.. 281 Flath. G.. 91 Fleury, F., 415, 226, 332, 221 Flvnn, D., 415. 97 Foley, L., 290. 307 Foltz, D., 305 Foltz. R., 293, 302 Fonteine, D.. 319 Foote, C.. 318 Foote, D., 290 Ford. P.. 385 Follensbee, P.. 385 Follette. J., 96 Forlmes, D., 415. 333 Forbes. J.. 226 Forhish. R.. 288. 303 Ford, B.. 313 Ford. N., 284 Fordham, N., 415, 77 Foreman, L., 374 Foresberg. C., 83 Forester, P., 145 Forman, T., 415 Forney, J., 323 Forrester, P., 415 Forsberg. C.. 415, 337 Foster, J., 294 Fortney. G.. 415, 97. 341 Fosdal, F., 288 Fosshage, C.. 78 Fosshage, F., 340 Foster, L., 324 Foster, S., 352. 355 Foster, V., 277 Frautsche, T., 248 Frautschi. T., 354 Fraytag, P.. 343 Frazee. J., 415, 289, 301 Frea. J.. 386 Frechette, P., 352, 289 Frecknian, J., 76 Fredendall, J., 357 Frederick, J., 280 Frederickson, E., 415 Frederickson, G., 140, 356 Fredrich, D.. 354 Fredricks, B.. 357 Fredrickson, E., 98 Fredriekson, J., 286 Frederiksen. O., 343 Free, D.. 252, 337 Freed. M.. 252, 322, 252 Freiden, S.. 415 Freiwald, E., 95. 96 Freiwald, R.. 297 French, J.. 288 Frenzel, C., 355, 298, 305 Freudenberg, L., 285 Freudlich, G., 374 Freund. P.. 415, 79, 292 Frey. F., 293 Freytag. J., 415 Frilmerg. D., 293 Fricke, H., 293 Friday G., 416 Fried, D., 292 Friedherfz. R., 371 Friedland, H., 386 Friedman, B.. 123 Friedman, G., 349 Friedman. L., 359 Friedman, N., 416, 281 Friedman, P., 365 Friedman, R.. 311 Friedrich, S.. 313, 362 Fries. S., 220 Friewald, E.. 291 Frieze. B., 368 Frieze. D.. 75 Frink. VV.. 416 Frisch. J.. 416 Fritsch. P.. 416, 320 Fritsche. K., 281 Fritz, Mrs.. 369 Fritz, B., 416, 316 Froherfz. S.. 279 Froelir-11. J.. 323 Froseth. L., 291 Froker. L., 122 Froman. l.. 117 Frome. J.. 295 Fromm. B., 225 Frosh. D.. 91 Frostman. S.. 279 Fruhling. H., 286, 307 Fr31 J. 122 Fry. R.. 220 Frydenlund, G., 292 Frye. M.. 322 Fugina. C.. 343 Fuhrnmn, C., 389 Fuhs, J.. 131 Fuller. D., 328 Fuller. H., 416, 326 Fuller. R.. 416 Fullerton, 416, 248 Funk. N.. 281 Funke. R.. 291 Funt, D.. 359 Furan, B., 356 Furan, D.. 356 Furman. C.. 134 Fuson. P., 296 Furstenherg, J.. 248 Futterman, J., 372 G Gahrielson, I., 285 Gaedtke, A., 416, 107, 277 Gafvert, R., 342 Gage, VV., 335 Gahr, H., 123 Gagoh, M., 312 Gaither, C., 416 Gaiewski, N., 286 Gallagher, J., 297 Gallagher, T., 335 Gallagher, W., 416 Galland, J., 416. 293 Galli, R., 141, 295 Gallitz, C., 367 Galovich. A., 416, 296 Galstatl. R., 389, 134 Gains. J., 286 Gamsky. T.. 416 Gan. J., 416, 269 Gandt, G., 289, 302 Gandt. VV., 356, 221 Gangstad, E.. 416, 327 Gannon. P., 95 Gant, G.. 122 Garherson, R., 326 Gardenier, J-y 128, 131, 29 Gardiner, M., 343 Gardtke. A.. 219 Garens, R., 284 Gariinkel. L., 372 Ganion, M.. 280 Garner, E., 144 Garnett, B., 291 Garrison, H.. 289, 307 Garvens, J., 334 Garvens, J., 334 Garvens, R., 416 Garver, B., 317 Garvins, R., 323 Garver, P., 416. 342 Garvey. G., 84 Gash, S., 416 Gaskell. J., 93, 296 Gass, G., 291 Gates. 1., 296 Gates. P.. 96 Gatzke. K., 293 Gauger. R.. 289 Gaumnitz, E., 86 Gaumnitz, T., 352 Gaumnitz, K., 323 Gaumnitz, R., 352 Gausewitz. V.. 319 Gausman, R.. 296 Gauzewitz, K., 329 Gausewitz. V., 417 Gavin, J., 307 Gavinski, D., 143 Gavsewitz. K., 297 Gawiik. L., 294. 386, 302 Gawronski. J., 417 Gayhart. N., 417, 370 Gckey. P.. 292 Gecker, M., 385. 281 Geddeis, D.. 357 Gedig. P.. 369 Geffert. J.. 352 Gehl, J., 353, 261 Gehr. R.. 96 Gehri D.. 386 Geliriq, F.. 86 Gelirig, J.. 417 Gellring, C.. 84, 285, 303 Geicer, A.. 417 Geimer. G.. 294 Geishert, G., 257 Geittman. J., 324 Gelhaus, T., 117 Gelhaus. K., 225 Geline, M., 373 Genke. L., 386 Gennrich. D.. 289 Genrie. O., 295 Gensichen, D.. 227 Gentile. S., 417, 312 Gerber, C., 290 Gereen. R., 294 Gerhard. D., 417, 327 Gering. T.. 417. 264 Gerlach. F., 291. 307 Gerland, L., 417, 107 Gerland. V.. 323 Gerler. G., 417. 292 Gerliek. J., 372 Germanson, T., 417, 99 Gernier, C., 319 Gerrits. J., 417, 280, 279 Gerseth. J., 417 Gershon. N., 417. 359 Gerstenkorn. G., 296 Gertz. P.. 279 Gervais, C., 281 Gessert, C., 332 Gessert, J., 389 Gessner. J.. 335 Gesteland, D., 297 Getzel. R., 281 Geudtner, A.. 334 Gever. L., 279 Ghle. R.. 105 Gihas. E., 386 Gihh, 320 Gilibs. R., 281 Gihson, J., 281 Glassberg, J., 366 Gibh, E., 362 Gibb, VV., 389 Gibbs, W., 134 Gihert, M., 417, 318 Gicas. C., 417, 270 Giddings, J., 417 Giehler, M.. 281 Gierhart, R., 135 Giese, S., 417, 123 Gieser, R.. 79 Giesfeldt. R., 86, 293 Giesler, G., 291 Giessel, C., 417, 77, 78, 78,117 318 QQQQQQQQQQQQQOQOQOE :77gg::g:::::g-gg-F 522:-3-gi5S'22f'5nxmngN rn....-5,,,,,,E,.,,, -i-1-i-in-iw r--' myyvw-QggrrrrF Ill O ' ' 3 f'l1p:iwgF"?U5'r'EAgg!'lZY-7171 wmw0-'--'- H"'-" HNQAN- AN ,,,Nxl'7.3,wX, ua fig Eigfgg kedwgd Q3 9-I 228 5 re 52 QQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQEQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQ990 -:---pe-:omfvfnmruru:x.:1.:a.a.i:ooo--onmmmzvmuwuvmvwwvmwvmmwmwa :z...:v,,:L-ff.,+:--:S-.N-.."'::L0V'--mwqggviwvivimuiwvigg-rn-:pry-1"'.s:7,,. 5-3-:5,DNNm-p1"'.,.-1.1-1703-::'?f'0mrug,..:,..vimvivimmmm-Ou1.....:L::1-2 """vI"o?.' 2:1-"5"'P"'TFP'E:'Q?'::6'::"""7'J'N:"N'rTfvE5-C3-fl ,'2,"5gO'm-5?':5CH-1-'?:'4F'-19""wwEP --1 f'D'V1"J"J""U 'mL"'-s::..-Q.S- .....,5:. .g'Z5 ,ef zz-Faso p,-g:,'E:1P ,'g.U2g' 2'-glufsw g,fA'N: SAOWNFIV' U5 5 wi ,.1q?gF'-7' 103 J UFS 32233 U31 -. ' --'. '."-4-J . 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AVE! f To the young men and Women of the University of Wisconsin Whose search for knowledge and truth has led them to our State University - Hail! YALE ! -To those With goal attained Who leave the academic halls for a World they must secure, Godspeed and e Farewell! 7 Wi!wauLee gewera Adociafion A. GETTELMAN BREWING Co. lX1ILLER BREWING Co INDEPENDENT MILXN'AUKEE BREWERY PABST BREWING Co Jos. SCHLITZ BREWING Co. 492 ., 324, 373 Green, ., 419, 82, 329 Gorder, T., 294 Gordon, C., 359 Gordon, G., 72, 368 Gordon, H., 359 Gordon, H., 359 Gordon, M., 346 Gorham, R., 292 Gorsica, F., 280 Gorsu, J., 294 Gorton, M., 318 Gorwitz, R., 349 Gosewehr, K., 291 Goshaw, A., 91, 386 Gossett, D., 322 Gostomski, D., 418, 93, 341 Gottschalk, D., 347 Gottshalk, P., 141 Gottschall, P., 281 Gough, P., 241, 372 Gould, B., 418 Gover, T., 328 Grabe, L., 291 Grace, A., 83 Grace, T., 297 Grade, T., 418, 291 Grady, D., 334 Graesslin. R., 83 Graham, L., 93 Graham. O.. 339 Grais, M., 359 Gralewicz, D., 277 Graminske. G., 418, 303 GramlinE, G., 418 Grams, P., 418, 111 Granberg, D., 288 Grandera, E., 71 Grangaard, D., 418, 315 Grange, J., 289, 307 Grant, J., 310 Grau, D.. 281 Grauel, B.. 419, 280 Graveen. G., 419 Graves, B., 419, 286 Graves. M., 324 Gray, C., 389, 320, 266 Gray, D., 419, 122 Gray- F., 299 Gray, J., 339 Gray, M., 284 Gra S. y. . 364 Greaton. K.. 113, 319, 364 Green, 419, 219, 312 Green Green, ., 419, 131 Green iw rm 1. FDFD GFP FF. wzgru: 133 ao Greene, P., 386, 341 Greene, T., 226, 288 Greenberg, B., 210, 250, 359, 311 419 Greenberg, G., Greenberg, J., 359 Greenfield, D., 419 Greengard, J., 111, 316 Greenwald, C., 311 Greenwald, D., 298, 307 Greenwald, J.. 389, 135 Greenwood, M., 419, 84 Greer, M., 316 Gregerson, B., 299 Gregg, B., 280 Gregg, D., 419, 349 Gregg, M., 362 Henderson, Haller, P.. 421, 246. 254, 199, 319 Gregorius. K., 289 Gregory, J., 342 Gregory, R., 99, 375 Greiner, P., 252, 107 Griffin, D., 340 Griffin, J., 227, 315, 279 GriFF1th, B., 280 Grimm, B., 298 Grimm, N., 288 Grimm, R., 133, 134 Griner, P.. 319 Grinker, R., 366 Gresenz, D., 85. 87 Griesbach, T., 419, 82, 87 Griese, N., 102 Grimth, B., 111 Grimm, E., 389, 386 Grimstad. T., 419, 83 Grinker, W., 349 Groenaweg, J., 386, 290 Grody. M., 346 Grominske, C., 299 Gromme, A., 419, 312 Gromme, R., 419 Grosberg. J.. 311 Grosenick, G., 419 Grosklaus, J., 419 Gross, B., 370 Gross, G., 298 Grossel, R., 419, 334, 373, 261 Grossman, L., 419, 383, 248, 371 Grossman, R., 419, 335 Grossman, R., 419, 349 Grote, T., 420, 86, 358 Grothaus, J.. 83, 291 Grout, J.. 420, 226, 337 Grube, C., 91 Grube, J., 97 Gruber, F., 141 Gruber, J., 106. 238 Gruehn, C., 312 Gruen, C., 281 Gruendeman, P., 96 Grueninger, M.. 313 Gruetzmacher, C., 420 Grohl, W., 332 Grull, J., 277 Gruner, E., 294 Gruner, G., 420, 312 Gubber, B., 374 Gudert, B., 280 Gudes, R., 420 Gueldner, R., 420, 328 Guenther, J., 420, 129, 131 Guetschow, R., 336 Guhl, R., 367 Guiles, J., 248, 251 Guinn, G., 86 Gulilat, T., 262 Gunan, P., 279 Gu11derson, D., 420, 95, 144 Gunell. D., 420, 107, 280 Gunnelson, J., 368 Gunnison, K., 315 Gunther, V., 280 Gurda. B., 312, 281 Guse, T., 289 Gushow, A., 298 Gustafson, D., 420, 95 'ustafson, V., 288 uten, R., 420 G G Gutenberger, C., 420, 71, 72, 75, 331 Gustine, N., 322 Gutl1, S., 420, 321 Gutjahr. J., 279 Gutzler, G., 281 H Haack, P., 221 Haak, H., 420 Haack, P., 420, 108, 386, 387 Haas, B., 91 Haas, W., 97 Haasch, J., 108, 222, 288 Haasch, T., 298 Haherstroh, R., 420, 355 Hahush. R., 346 Hache, M., 75 Hackburn, L., 321 Hackendahl, A.. 420, 129 Hackett. M., 373 Hachendahl, H., 340 Hackendahl, A.. 128, 131 Hackett, M., 320 Hackman, J., 102, 385, 373 Hackworthy, L., 342 Haddad, VV., 129 Hadler, S., 285. 303 Haelig, H., 420, 250 Haensel. P., 389. 134 Haensgen, A., 322 Haerterich, V., 286 Haese, J., 281 Haffmann, J., 280 Hagen, D., 96, 96 Hagen, P., 75, 331 Hagen, R., 96 Hagen, R., 131 Hagen, W., 420, 327 Hagerup, E., 288 Haglund, C.. 370 Hagon. J., 221 Hadsell, J., 343 Haen, T.. 343 Hagen, R., 290 Hagene. T., 420 Haglund, J., 319 Hagner. L., 420, 96 321 Hahf, H., Hahn, C., 281 Hahn, D., 421 Hahn, E., 288 Hahn, H., 294 Hahn. M., 297 Haight, S., 322 Haileg, Harriette, 321 Haines, E., 421 Haines, P.. 365 Haiicek, B., 254 Hajostek, R., 370 Hake, D., 352, 289 Hake, J., 421, 117 Hake, M., 312, 280 Haker, D., 421, 367 Halbman, M., 385, 221, 281 Hale, R., 421 Hales, W., 140 Haley, B., 357 Haley, W., 421 Halferty, 355 nan, D., 321 Hall, F., 342 Hall, G., 386 Hall, H., 253, 316, 362 Hall, J., 421 Hall, J., 421 Hall, M., 266 Hall, P., 370 Hall, R.. 144 Halpert, C., 311 Halter, E., 78 Halversen, J., 319 Halverson, A., 385, 372 Halverson, F., 82, 83 Halverson, R., 281 Halversen, K., 303, 304 Halvorson, H., 421 Halter, P. Halvorsen, K., 285, 301 Halvorson, L., 134 Halverson, T., 86 Halvorson, J., 112 Halvorson, K., 385 Haman, M., 316 Hamar, G., 421, 314 Hamblin, C.. 318 Hamel, D., 334 Hamel, J., 334 Hamill, N., 421, 324 Hamilton, D., 421, 142 Hamilton, N., 281 Hamilton, R., 359 Hamilton, T., 292 Hammann, W., 421, 336 Hammer, E., 288 Hammer, G.. 280 Hammerla, D., 79 Hammerman, S., 311 Hammes, R., 194 Hammett, M., 321 Hammond, G., 358, 298, 292 Hampe, K.. 364 Hampton, J., 280 Hamre, S., 289 Hamvlund. S., 281 Hanauer, D., 327 Hand, M., 421, 313 Handeyside, J., 421 Haney, K.. 279 Hannon. D., 421, 94, 95, 290 Hansel, G., 293 A 29 Hansen, ., 2, 307 Hansen, C., 281 Hansen, D., 421, 87, 385, 323 Hansen, F., 421, 289, 302 Hansen, G., 86 Hansen, J., 421, 113, 117, 220, 367, 294 Hansen, K., 422 Hansen, N., 422, 72, 75, 144, 338 Hansen, N., 422, 266 Hansen, S., 285, 304, 305 Hansen, T., 295 Hansen, W., 73 93 Hanson, F., Hanson, J., 343, 280, 279 Hanson, J., 422, 144, 353 Hanson, L., 316 Hanson, N., 141 Hanson, P., 140 Hanson, R., 422 Hanson, R., 85, 87. 289, 303 Hanson, S., 422, 317, 280 Hanson, T., 266, 307, 303 Hanson, W.. 293 Happe, J., 294 Happel, J., 316, 286 Happer, D., 386 Harbert, J., 281 Harden, J., 339 Harder, A., 422, 264 Hardin, E., 386 Harding. L., 329 Hardy, C., 364 Harebo, E., 321 Hargreaves, R., 266 Hargrove, S., 364 Harker, F.. 320 Harman, B., 348 Harman, E., 364 Harned, J.. 354 Harpold, R., 293 Harpster, J., 340 Harpt, F., 422 Harriman, J., 328 Harriman, S., 316 Harrimann, 220 Harrington, M., 422, 103, 383, 196, Harris, B., 422 Harris, B., 422, 279 Harris, F., 73, 131 Harris, J., 422, 288, 307 Harris, S., 422 Harrison, B., 310, 281 Harstad, G., 286 Harstad, P., 422 Hart, D., 71, 75, 368 Hart, E., 295 Hart, E., 295 Hart, J.. 316, 367 Harter, S., 316 Hartig, J., 422, 112, 310 Hartl, R., 291 Hartman, D., 92, 97, 344 Hartman, W., 116 Hartmann, D., 422, 95 Hartmann, F., 289 M 364 Hartsell, -y Hartung, G., 422 Hartung, J., 93 Halling, D., 421, 352 Hallock, D., 357 Hallock, P.. 357, 266 Halls, J.. 389, 134 Halper, R., 371 Halpern, B., 359 Hartwig, C., 294 Hartwig, D., 281 Hartwig, P., 75, 76. 241, 331 Hartzell, R., 71, 368 Hartzell, R., 75 Harvey, J., 352, 322 248, 258, 318 Harwood, H., 422 Hasche, M., 422, 72, 76, 331, 261 Hase, B., 422 Haslow, B., 285 Haspl, L., 422 Hass, D., 291 Hass, D., 423 Hass, D., 131 Hass, H., 296 Hasselman, J., 71, 280, 281 Hassemer, D., 71, 280 Hasty, P., 222 Hathaway, M., 320 Haugaard, H., 352 Haugan, H., 317, 281 Hauke, J.. 423, 93, 94, 99 Haugen, K., 423, 327 Hauser, J., 423, 91, 92, 97, 293 Hausler. G., 144, 266 Havel, R., 82 Havlichek, E., 293 Hawks, L., 246 Hawkins, A., 423 Hawkins, L., 387, 386, 341, 298 Hawley, J., 332 Hawley, Q., 294, 423 Hawley, T., 337 Haxton, R., 252, 312 Hayden, M., 113, 280 Hayden, R., 385 Hayden S . ., 324 Hayes, B., 227, 369 Hayes, D., 71, 280 Hayes, J., 219 Hayes, S., 293 Hayhoe, M., 113 Hayne, B., 423, 280 Hays, J., 423, 109, 371 Hayssen, A., 316 Hazecamp, S., 317 Hazelkamp, S., 251 Heal, J.. 385, 319, 362 Heald, A., 362 Heald, R., 353 Healy, R., 423, 96 Heath, R., 335 Heavenrich, B., 371 Hebbe. R., 352 Heberlein, B., 373 Heberlein, M., 385, 318 Heckroth, J., 423, 112 Hedberg, J. Heegeman, J., 332 Heffernan, J., 423, 143, 194, 333 Heffernan, P., 333 Heft, J., 134 Hefty, M., 123 Hefty, O., 293 Heil, J., 423 Heil, T., 340 Hehling, L., 423 Heideman, G., 294 Heiden, J.. 122, 354 Heiden, W., 329 Heidenway, C., 369 Heiderich, F., 296 Heil, J., 285, 287, 307 Heim, F., 93 Heim, R., 423, 112 Heimerdinger, J., 319, 364 Hein, L., 423, 227 Heine. R., 99 Heineke, J., 143 Heinemann, B., 423, 310 Heinrichs, B., 283 Heins, B., 379, 288 Heins, R., 86 Heins, W., 423, 85, 301, 301, 302, 303 Heiny, A., 219, 369 Heinz, D.. 290 Heinze, K., 277 Heiple, R., 295 Heiss, E., 423. 113, 280 Heller. F., 365 Held, R., 386 Helfand, E., 423 Helgeson, J., 331 Heller, K., 299, 303 Hellermann, R., 386 Helm, J., 423 Helms, R., 344 Helske. K., 423, 94, 95, 96, 96 Helstad, C., 117 Heltness. D.. 260, 312 Helton, D., 296 Hembre, D.. 284 Hembrook, B.. 424. 108 Hemingway, D., 293, 303 Hemker, A., 367 Hempe, H., Hempe, M.. 350 313 Henckel. S., 123, 281 D., 140, 352, 295 Henderson, J., 335 Henderson, P., 95, 382, 246, 354 Henderson, R.. 98 Hendrickson, D., 332 Hendrickson, M., 424 Hendrickson, P., 299 Hendrickson, S., 315 Henel, R., 387, 386 Henes, S., 310 Henke, B., 297 Henkes, J., 424, 96 Henne, J., 424 Henneman, K., 93 493 Soon you'll start your Freshman year in the world of everyday business. to the Your goal is a position with a leading organization noted for its high standards. You'll want to be with a company whose builders thinlcing is young enough to appreciate new ideas, old enough to develop these ideas with mature planning and adequate resources, of tomorrow... and large enough to offer future advancements. Your future at the Le Roi Division of Westinghouse Air Brake Company can be as unlimited as your ability, energy, and ini- tiative. lnvestigate your tomorrow at Le Roi today! Westinghouse stationary air compressors, designed for many commercial and industrial uses, are manufactured and marlceted by the Le Roi Division. Le Roi portable air compressors are manufactured in 12 different models and used in the construction industry, in mining and quarrying, and by railroads and public utilities. Qfttrf, 1 is wigs? A V X Le Roi engines are the first choice For deep-hole drilling in the petroleum industry, they are also leaders in the cotton, irrigation, transportation, municipal, and many other marlcets. Noted lor their rugged design and dependable service, Le Roi air tools are a natural complement to Le Roi port- able air compressors or Tractair, a combination tractor and air compressor. rig ' O DiUiSi0ll of Weslirrgliorrsc Air Brake Co. J 1 Milldtllle I, Wiltunnin ft Qt25e,,. wg, 't Qipgv -rg, r 1 gf N falflllf Ill CQMVIESSCIS IPACYAII SVAHONAIY All fQM7lfS5olf All 'onli INGINIS 494 Henning, D., 75 Henning, J., 424, 73, 358 Henningtield, J., 279 Henrikson, P., 367 Henschel, J., 280 Hentzen, A., 335, 261 Hepp, A., 291 Hepp, R., 71, 75, 368 Herbell, R., 386 Herfel, D., 424, 140, 220 Hering, J., 350 Herkert, H., 339 Herman, C., 350 Herman, D., 317 Herman, E., 196 Herman, K., 327 Herman, L., 107 Herman, M., 424 Herman . 371 , S Hermann, F., 91 Hermanson, B., 280 Hermanx, E., 98 Heronemus, R., 424, 83 Herreid, D., 424, 312 Herrick, O., 78 Herrick, R., 424, 358 Herrling, D., 134 Herrman, L., 424, 310 Herrmann, E., 424, 277 Herschleb, G., 424 Hersher, E., 91 Hershey, W., 291 Herzberg, J., 288 Hess, G., 323, 364 Hester, L., 364 Hester, L., 364 Heuhlein, C., 107, 285 Heuth, B., 288 Hewitt, N., 424, 320 Heydon, B., 424 Hicken, R., 113, 251, 316, Hickey, G., 424, 73 Hickman, R., 298 Hicks, B., 266 Hicks, C., 288 Hicks, J., 424, 383, 317 Hicks, R., 390. 281 Hidalgo, E., 76 Hidde, J., 289 Hieda, 390 Hienke, J., 362 Higgie, W., 367 Higgins, D., 128 Higkie, R., 291 Hilden. R., 424, 94, 95 Hilgenberg, T., 340 Hilgers, J., 424 280 Hill, D., 315 Hill, G., 71 Hill, G., 424, 288 Hill, K., 313 Hill, J., 354 Hill, N., 424, 280 Hill, R., 386 Hilleque, B., 425 Hiller, R.. 372 Hilliker, D., 298 Hilliker, J., 141 Hilliker, R., 333 Hillman, L., 291 Hillman R., 425, 358 Hoffer, W., 225 Hoffman, 2 B., -81 Hoflman D., 249, 248, 337, 254 Hoffman: F. 371 Hoffman, .,, 343, 313, 295, 276, 288, 307 .J Hoffman, M., 371, 281 M HolJman, ., 353 HoFlman, O., 297 Hoffman, P., 297 Hoffman, R., 329 Hoffman, T., 333 Hoffmann, H., 128, 131 Hoffman, R., 425, 248 Holfmeister, H., 329 Hofmeister, D., 357 Hofmeister, H., 425 Hogan, A., 425, 357 Hogan, J., 96, 111, 341 Hoglund, D., 293 Hohensee, V., 299 Hohnson, J., 334 Hoiness, S. Holanda, R., 294 Holden, R. 281 Holder, D., 328 Holderness, G., 335 Holen, C., 425, 84 Holen, G., 425. 84 Holford, V., 425, 108 Holicek, VV., 425, 106 Holland, W., 425 Hollandee, D., 289 Holle, S., 297 Hollenberger, G,, 425, 82 Hollender, E., 330 Holley, H., 425 Holling, L., 286 Hollis, D., 426, 316, 364 Holm, N., 116 Holman, J.. 131, 292 1-lolmberg, K., 362 Holmberg, R., 426 Holmes, J., 293 Holmes, S.. 426, 322 Holstein, B., 367 Holstein, E., 426 Holstein, J., 289 Holstrom, C., 426, 335 Holt, B., 426, 310 Holt, L., 93 Holt, W.. 350 Holten, G., 426, 294, 301 Holter, P., 285, 307 Holthaus, VV,, 226 Holtz, L., 356 Holtz, T., 293, 303 Holzer, A., 279 Holzer, O., 316 Holzhueter, J., 426, 238 Homberg. B., 351 Homewell, P., 71 Homme, S., 221 Homme, J., 426, 82, 83 Homrig, B., 91 Homrig, L.. 145 Homstad, G., 426, 351 Hong, J., 131 Hood, J., 111, 281 Hoogerheide, J., 341 Hooper, J., 72, 338 Hooper, N., 250, 317, 362 Hoy, B.. 426, 91, 92, 97 Hoy, K., 225 Hoyer, V., 426, 123 Hren, J., 427, 94, 99, 240, 348 Hrlevich, R., 427 Hrubecky, F., 91, 289 Hrubecky, J., 427 Hrubecky, K., 427 Hsi, G., 294 Hubbard, A., 390, 135 Hubbard, D., 427, 98, 333, 252 Hubbard, L., 71 Hubbard, M., 313, 281 Hubbell. A., 427, 94, 95, 96. 240 Huben, B. Huber, D., 145, 352, 199 Huber, J., 352 Hubner. G.. 342 Huck. T., 386 Huddleston, S.. 322, 279 Huebner, D., 427 Huebner, J., 277 Huebner, R.. 427 Huelsman, VV.. 71 Huenemann, R., 386 Jaeck, C., 428, 92, 94, 95, 96, 297 D 298 Jaecks, ., Jaeger, G., 98 290 Jaeger, R., Jaegle, D., 337 Jaffee, R., 428, 87 Jaffee, S., 428 Jahn, C., 292, 305 Jahnke, D., 290 Jahnke, J., 292 Jahnke, M., 428, 312 Jahnke , T., 295 James, J., 428, 277 James, M., 71 James, R., 428, 295, 304 Jameson, N., 318 Jamieson, J., 295 Janacek, J-. 291 Janetatos, D., 280, 270 Jang, R., 288 Janke, T., 141, 297 Jannides, S., 428, 379. 288 Jannsen, A., 329 Janson, U., 343 Janssen, J., 353 Huggett, D., 135 Huggett, 353 Huggins, M., 427, 318 Hughes, D., 427, 123 Hughes, D., 427 Hughes, E., 75. 331 Hughes, J., 386, 343 Huibregtse, R., 291 Huibregtse, R., 427, 98 Hummel, J.. 323 Hum hre K 364 P Y--Q Hundley, B., 427, 260, 314 Hundley. M.. 314 Hundt, A., 102 Hunt, C., 144 Hunt, D., 97 Hunt, J., 427 Huntley, F., 96 Huntoon, J., 386 Hunziker, E., 427, Hupperts. D., 298 Hurlbut, B., 319 Hurlbutt, VV.. 288, Hurley, T., 386 Hurtig, A., 284 Huske, G., 427 Hussli. E.,111 Husted, E., 134 Husting. P., 427. 379, 335 Hustings, P.. 256 Huston, D.. 348 Hutchens, C., 71 Hutchins, C., 75, 141, 222, 368 Hutchins, S., 113 Hutchison, J., 269 Huth, J.. 323, 254 Huych. R.. 323 Hymson, B., 102 I 307 108, 287 Jantzer, T., 113 Janz, R., 94, 306 Janzen, M., 321, 286 Jaquith, J., 428 Jarchow, T., 97, 298, 307, 306 Jarman, D., 135 Jarvis, S., 351 Jarvor, M., 373 Jautz, R., 293 Jaworski, C., 116 Jax, G., 428 Jeatran, T., 428, 128, 348 Jefferson, F., 281, 269 Jeffrey, L., 317 Jeglum, P., 428, 140 Jenik, A., 288 Jenkins, L., 279 Jenkinson, P., 99 Jennerjahn, J., 428, 111, 221, 294 Jenner, J., 226, 261 Jennett, J.. 382, 358 Jennings, J-, 332 131 QQQQT N000 55555 mmmmg mmmm, gspzs, masse? mass IQ 31529022 0910 348 - 2 2 2 2 5' N O0 Nl F ,.. Jensen, ., 428, 108, 281 Jenson, 286 Jentz, G., 90, 135 Jenz, J., 289 Jepson, B., 292 Jerlow, W., 428 Jerman, K., 279 Jersik. J., 279 Jeske, R., 252, 299 Jesse, G., 428 Jesse, J., 356 Jesse, R., 98 Jessee, G., 97 Jessen, M., 87 Jewell, J., 320 Hilsenhoff, R., 246 Hilton, P., 390, 134 Hilton, R., 286 Hinlmelblau, N., 311 Himmelreich, J., 122 Himmenthal, T., 86 Hinckley, P., 253, 280 Hinderman, J., 285 Hingiss, A., 288 Hinkins. R., 425, 117 Hinton, W., 425 Hintz, R., 141 Hinz, D., 99 Hinz, W., 294 Hinzmann, E.. 425, 289 Hippe, M., 425 Hirsch, N., 96, 311, 362 Hirsch, R.. 349 Hitchler, R.. 288 Hitt. L., 425, 322 Hitzke. M.. 111, 285, 307 Hoag. W., 289 Hoaglund, P., 291 Hoaglund, R.. 98 Hobart, B., 103. 260, 313 Hobart, W., 333 Hobbins, F., 425 Hobbins, J.. 425 Hobbins, M., 322 Hobbs, B., 294 Hockiml. K.. 297, 302, 303 Hodel, H., 222 Hodge, T.. 328 Hodgson, F., 324 Hodson, E., 133, 135 Hoedt, K., 296 Hoefs, B., 294 Hoernel, VV., 425 Hoerter, B., 357 Hoesly, E., 298 Hoesly, J., 281 Hoesly, M., 298, 307 Hofer, K., 425 HUH, C., 283 Hoover, K., 426, 123 Hopen, H., 338 Hopkins, S., 293 Hopkinson, R.. 315, 367 Hopp, J., 222, 298 Horman, S., 426, 86 Hormig, P., 426, 74 Horn, N.. 286. 305 Horne, B. Horne, E. , 340 , 333 Horne, R., 106 Hornigold, N., 123 Hornigold, R., 426 Hornik. R.. 375 Horowitz, P., 87 Horstmann, S.. 277 Hortun, D., 354 Hortscb, C., 86 Horsky. R., 342 Horwitz, J., 362 Horwitz. L.. 123 Hosig. N.. 332 Hostak, D., 344 Hostak, K.. 390 Hotchkiss, L.. 291, 303 Hotmar, J., 279 Houch, K., 85 Houck, K., 426, 145, 297 Houle, B., 356 Houle, N., 333 Houle, W., 222 Houlihan, J., 426 Houlihan, P., 343 Housfeld, C., 108 Howard, B., 226 Howard, C., 426 Howard, D., 426, 111 Howard, G., 221 Howard, J., 135 Howard, R., 85 Howard. V.. 256, 333, 351 Howe, H., 426 Howe, M. E., 312 Howe, T.. 225, 341, 221 Howell, C., 367 ldler, N., 350 Igl, D., 71 Ihde, G., 102, 385 Ihde, J., 102 Ihlenfeld, T., 264 Imhoff, D.. 227, 285, 307 Jmig, A., 269 Jmig, S., 284 Jmmel, R., 294, 301, 303 Jmmerman, B., 330 Imray, S., 427 Imse, G., 135 lnbinder, C., 373, 271 Ingebritsen, S., 135 Ingle, C., 427, 113, 319 Jngwell, D.. 318 Trion, R., 293, 307, 303 lrminger, D., 298 Irvine, VV., 358 Irwin, A., 322 Irwin, J., 333 Jssacson, S., 349 Iverson, B., 91 Iverson, B., 320 lverson. K., 385, 130 lwen, M., 427 Iwert, C., 286 Iwuagneu, G., 262 Jzquirrdo, A., 291 I Jabas, F., 427, 326 Jacek, C., 96 Jackisch, P., 428 Jackowitz, B., 285. 303 Jackson, J., 103, 105, 314, 284 Jackson, L., 365 Jackson, R., 116 Jackson, T., 220 Jacob. R., 428 Jacobi, E., 141 Jacobs, H., 116, 289, 302 Jacobsen, J., 341 Jacobson, L., 97 Jacobson, R., 91, 94, 95, 97, 240 Jacobus, J., 428. 339 Jacowitz, B., 321 Jnuijt, J., 386 Joern, B., 312, 373 Joerg, G., 429, 341 Johankenecht, A., 290, 307 Johannes, G., 288 Johannes, J., 429, 72, 76, 75 Johansson, F., 135 335 Johns, J., Johnson, A., 429, 352, 367, 290 Johnson, B., 321, 364, 281, 269 Johnson, B., 385, 210, 356, 316, 364, 304 Johnson, C., 97, 140, 314, 366, 289, 304 Johnson, D. 429, 140, 290, 307 Johnson, E., 85, 313, 373 Johnson. F., 94 Johnson. G.. 134. 292 Johnson, 1., 73, 336 Johnson, J., 429, 116, 386, 373, 293, 295, 269 Johnson, K., 322 Johnson, L., M 390, 93, 111, 327 111, 352, 314, 367, 289 Johnson, ., 78, Johnson, N., 116 Johnson, R., 352, 339, 293 Johnson, R., 429, 74, 333, 352 Johnson, S., 329, 360, 373, 364 Johnson, T., 342 Johnson, W., 429, 135, 353, 335 Johnsos, J.. 323, 364 Johnston, M., 111, 322 Johnston, N., 315, 362 Johnston, R., 71 '-4'-l"4'11"'4'-4'-4'-414' OOOOOOOOO 555555552 NFDFBFUPDGOD.-. 1"f"l4lnl"i"fn?-TR fb Zzrmwwwewg ,, G ...... 1 N -wnwnw sgsssises oz xow W ww mm ,,, t.- - my- xo OJ CN :L 8 .-4.-, .-4 so 0 55 5 mm ru YY' V' TU Nwaaw NN N 16153503 an 3227. T' rv ox ..- y Jones, A O 5 W N C 3' 4505 a N ND Jones, Joo, P., 429 Joos, J.. 367 Joosse, S., 375 495 MAKERS OF WORLD FAMOUS RAY-O-VAC LEAK PROOF BRAND OF FLASHLIGHT BATTERIES CONGRATULATES THE UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN CLASS OF 1957 WI1en You Buy FIasI1IigI1I Batteries 'IFEEL THE STEEL" "t Bm. ,,,s,,L,,,,,,, - My 0'Wc lEAK pnoof 3 I iiiiff' 'ik 0 K1 RAY-O-VAC COMPANY Madison IO, Wisconsin Jordan, J., 385 Jordan, R., 296 Jorgensen, A., 135 Jorgensen, C., 348 Jorgensen, W., 429 Jorgonsen, S., 284 Josephson, E., 83, 326 Josiove, G., 369 Jost. VV., 429, 111 ostad G 429 Kehr, B ., 344 Keil, J., 431 Kei111, D., 330 Keim, M., 431 Keim, R., 431, 1451 Keithley, K., 283 Kellar, A., 312 Keller, D., 431, 315 Keller J., 431, 386, 292 Klagos, H., 432 Klanderman, K., 94, 328 Klappenbach, E., 289 Klassey, R., 293 Klassy, R., 108, 221 Klatt, D., 71 Klaus, C., 344 Klausmeier, H., 116 Kleavy, L., 122 J : . ., , 310 Jostad, N., 83 Jothen, K., 280 Joyce, D., 227 Joyce, M., 222 Jubilirer, L., 349 Juckem, K., 254, 319, 280 Juhl, E., 429 Keller, R., 122 Kelley, J., 78 Kelley, T., 134 Kelley, VV., 334 Kelling. E., 294, 303 Kellner, L., 142 Kellock, G., 373 Kellogg, J., 431 Kleemann, T., 432 Kleimenhagen, R., 432 Klein, A., 349 Klein, B., 291, 302 Klein , E., 87 Klein, J., 432, 385, 294 M 330 Klei11. Kleindl, ij., 91 Julian, R., 341 Julseth, J., 429, 196, 316 Junco, R., 298, 307 Junes, M., 347 Jung, E., 286, 307 Jurgens, P., 429, 292 Jungers, R., 116 K Kaack, C., 91, 97 Kaatz, D., 429 Kahler, D., 430, 294 Kaczkowski, G., 297 Kading, H., 142 Kadlac, R., 98 Kadler, R., 94 Kaercher, L., 286 Kaercher, R., 297 Kagel. J., 113, 369 Kahabka, C., 299 Kahn, S., 311 Kaiser, B., 289 Kaiser, J., 79 Kaiser. VV., 386, 306 Kaitschuk, J., 316 Kalakow. R., 289 Kalish, T., 430, 272 Kallos, J., 261 Kallsend, H., 93 Kalnihach, E., 362 Kalwitz. C., 286 Kanlish, R., 296 Kamm, B., 330 Kamm, R., 386 Kamnier, T., 430, 221 Iganwuer. C.. 430, 108, 372 Ramps, B., 317 Kaner, E., 430 Kanetzke. H., 269 Kanetzke, L.. 269 Kankanl. J., 296, 262 Kannass, D., 131 Kanneman, T., 430, 94, QS, 305 Kant, R., 97 Kanthak. B., 97, 299, 306, 307 Kantor, 1., 371 Kapheim, R., 430. 98, 356, 261 Kaphengst, J., 222, 298 Kaplan, B., 373 Kaplan, P., 371 Kaplan, S., 349 Rapp, C., 366 Jxarahensh, J., 430, 129, 131, 219 Karaeuuis. 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M., 357 Plier, R., 128 Phirman, J., 289 Pleister, R.. 293 Plimpton, D., 93. 294 Plimpton. R.. 454 Pliszka, D., 358 Ploenske, B.. 314 Ploetz, G.. 391 Plotkin, R.. 386, 349 Plowman, Pluim. R., J.. 454, 143, 356 454 Plummer. R.. 454, 140 Plzak, W., 454 Pochmann, V., 385, 225 Poehlman, D., 454, 280 Poenisch, P.. 454 Poggensee. B.. 342 Pogorzelski. R., 289 Pohl, D., 337, 294 Pohle, E., 342 Pokorski, D., 454 Polacheck, J., 454, 311 Polansky, G., 454, 340, 221 Polansky, J., 85 Polansky, R., 454 Polisky, J., 311, 281 Polk, K., 108, 221 Pollachek, L., 122 Pollack, H., 362 Pollack, J., 298 Pollano, R., 352 Pollock, K., 108 Pommerening, R., 454, 379, 317 Pomraning, G., 454, 98. 328 Poorbaugh, E., 454, 86, 225 Pope, B., 354 Pope, C., 342 Pope, W.. 352 Pophal. E., 454, 285 Popp, J., 341, 289 Porter, J., 269 Porter, R., 454 Porter, S.. 330 Portnoy, C., 372 Posch, J., 292 Posepanko. N., 91, 97 Post, B.. 351 196 227 319 321 285, 280 Potter. L-5 113, 312 h - H A Potterton, P., 454. 11, 12, 16, 331 Puuchert, R., 454, 340 Poulsen, J., 454 Poulsen, R., 454 Powell, 355 Powell, F., 82 Powell, T., 454 Powers, R., 328 Powers, T., 285 Powles, J., 334 Pownall, L., 387 Pownell, L., 269 Pownwall, L., 97 Pozorski, J., 455, 91, 97 Pozorski, N.. 285, 307, 304 Praeger, B., 294 Prange, F., 341 Prasch. J., 455, 343 Prath. L., 296 Pratska, G., 122 Pratt, B., 298 Pratt, T., 109, 196, 254, 252, 323 Pratt, L., 71 Pratt, W., 71, 74 Pregenzer, J., 455, 248 356 386, 222, 315, 372, 292, 280, 303, 305 Pfegerzer. J.. 83 Preiss, D., 455, 357 Prell, H., 74, 338, 288 Prescott, A.. 455 Press, P., 455, 311 Pressman, G., 373 Prestegard, P., 294 Preston. C., 352 Price, D.. 455, 341 Price, J., 95. 96 Price, K., 364 Price, P., 365 Price. R., 455, 337 Priedemann, A., 319, 373 Priester, M., 281 Priever, E., 353 Primeau, L., 279 Pringle, A.. 310 Prinslow, R.. 339 Prior. D.. 250, 351 Pritchard, S., 196, 322 Procknow, A., 277 Procknow. C., 87, 336 Proctor, P., 367 Proksch, P., 455 Prom. S., 455, 285. 307 Prooslin, E., 311, 372 Propson, D., 131 Prosser, T., 358 Prusak. D., 455, 96 Pryor, L., 281 Przvhvlski, R.. 340 Pseheidt, P.. 455, 108, 117, 276, 2 Ptacek. A.. 455 Ptaschinski, D., 294 Pufahl, A., 368 Pufahl. O., 71, 75 Puhl, R., 455 Puiterman. A.. 349 Puls, C., 385. 220 Pum, R., 290 Purcell, P., 135 Purdy, D., 455 Purviance, N.. 289 Pusch, D., 266 Putterman, E., 385 Puttermnn, G., 372 Putzi, R., 455, 344 Q Quaderer, C., 110, 227, 221 Quasius, R., 291 Ouaynor, E., 262 Quentmeyer, K., 227, 316 Quigley, J., 455 Quinn, G., 455 Ouinn, N., 455, 314 Ouirk. B., 91, 297 Quirk, J., 337 Ouisling, D., 322 Quitzow, J., 455, 289 81 R Raab, P., 455 Raasch, B., 251, 364 Rabas, B., 281 Rabe. .T-y 280 ,, Rabedeau, L-. 456. 111. 281 Rabin, J., 456, 375 Race, P., 456, 104, 260, 321 Radclitle, A., 248 Raddatz, G., 281 Raddatz, R., 347 Rades, R., 73 Radke, J., 456 Radl, A., 385, 319 Radtke, J., 284 Radue, A., 3,2 Rae, B., 456, 91 Raemisch, T., 339 Ragatz, A., 317 Ragatz, D., 344 Ragatz, R., 98, 352 Ragatz, T., 456, 87, 352 Ragsdale, D., 343 Ragsdale, R., 122 Rahr, H., 122 Rahr, K., 345 Raiman, H., 456, 297 Rajagopal, M., 79 Ralph, K., 456, 78 Ralph, J., 222 Ralph, R., 456 Ramachandran, S., 96 Ramlo, J.. 122 Ramlow, B., 364 Ramlow, L., 314 Rammelt, K., 456, 108 Rammer, K., 456, 85 Rammer, M., 122 Ramsey, M., 102 Ramsey, R., 280 Ramstad, B., 385 Ramthun, D., 456, 285, 305 Randall, B., 323, 364 Randall, G., 391, 135 Randall, J., 316, 280 Randall, P., 456, 254, 316 Randolf, B., 134 Randolph, S., 112. 317 Rank, D., 97 Rank, P., 290 Rankin, E., 284 Ransom, J., 289 Rarick, L., 112 Rasmussen, B., 285 Rasmussen, C., 128, 313, 293 Rassmussen, D., 352 Rasmussen, J., 292 Rasmussen, L., 456, 128 Rasmussen, N., 284 Rassmussen, B., 307 Ratcliff, A., 456, 383, 319 Rath, J., 292, 306 Ratkivic, J., 375 Ratman, S., 364 Ratzlaff, D., 96, 342 Ratzlaff. R., 342 Rauen, M., 291 Raube, J., 83 Rauschl. J., 456, 85 Ravel, L., 319 Rawitscher, R.. 221 Rawson, D., 456, 332 Ray, D., 456, 135 Ray, T.. 345, 291 Raymond, .T-, 456, 91, 97, 291 Raymond, L., 220 Razner, R., 352 Reardon. J.. 456, 75 Reasa, D., 141 Rebensburg, A., 342 Rebholz, R., 77. 78, 280 Rehholz, W., 456, 112, 333 Rebstock, D., 297 Recht, S., 346 Rector, T., 350 Reder, S., 366 Redle, A., 391 Redman, K., 298 Redman, H., 391 340 Reed, B., Reed, C., 290 Reed, G., 95 Reed, T.. 269 Reed, W., 457 Reedy, C., 221 Reese, R., 358 Reesman. J., 86, 295 Reeves, A.. 285 Regan. P., 319, 253 Regenherg, F., 310 Regan, P., 199 Reefenberg. K., 354 Rehbein, G., 288 Rehhein, H., 457, 249, 248, 322 Rehberg, M., 280 Rehberg, W., 129 Rehreuer. H., 368 Reichelsdorfer, P., 92, 94, 96, 240 Reiclil. C., 226 Reichling. J., 457, 379 Reid, E., 332 Reid, G., 320, 364 Reid, T.. 221 Reid, M., 279 Reid R., 370 Reif,' D., 277 505 A 60l'I'0Cl Milan? 301' EUQIV KOOL Each hook is intended for a specific purpose. 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M., 289 Reilly, T., 334 Reimer, G.. 457, 85, 375 Reimer, J., 312, 370 Reinboth, K., 77, 373 Reinemann, R., 457, 82, 83, 220 Reiner, R., 75, 331 Reinert. R., 457, 269 Reingold, B., 340 Reinhardt, J., 457, 94, 95, 97 Reinheimer. D., 347 Reinhold. B.. 457, 85, 261 Reinke, B., 288 Reinkc, R., 291 Reinstein, J., 129, 365 Reisewitz, M., 279 Reishus, H., 457, 72, 73, 75, 331 Reising, F., 314 Reising, M.. 457 Reiss, T., 341 Reiswitz, M., 322 Reitz, M., 457, 85, 289 Reitz, R., 332 Remington, A., 75 Remmert, J., 382, 249, 248, 375 Rempert, C., 117 Remstad. C., 290 Renard, K.. 92. 93 Renard, T.. 295 Renehart, B., 71 Renk, S., 280 Rennenkamphif, I., 385 Renz, F.. 86 Repaal. D., 457, 85 Repaal, J.. S5 Reppen, D., 116 Reppen, K., 319 Reppen, R., 83 Repsumer, C., 288 Restuccia, B., 457, 106, 348 Rettgen, G., 298 Retzlaff, D., 343 Retzlaff, R., 298 Retzlapp, D., 357 Retzlapp, R.. 357 Reu. L., 71, 75 Reuben, G.. 371 Reukema, K., 295 Reuling, J., 391 Reuter, R., 457, 86, 221 Reuter, R., 457 Reutter, R.. 457, 98, 140, 291 Revoyr, J., 457 Rewben, L., 253 Rewey, B., 102 Rex, D., 92. 96, 240 Reynolds, F., 122 Rhee, H., 367 Rhefeldt, D., 290 Rhein, J., 369 Rhein, L.. 122, 341 Rheiner. M., 285 Rhode, E., 225 Rhodes, R., 358, 289 Rhodes, T.. 294 Riba, J., 310 Ribar. G., 457, 294 Rice, M., 210. 295, 279, 304 Rice, W., 269 Rich, P., 346 Richard, L., 92 Richards, B., 297 Richards, C., 391 Richards, D., 142, 141, 289 Richards, J., 351 Richardson, B., 91 Richardson, M., 320 Richardson, R., 457 Richardson. V., 368 Riche, R., 457 Richel, T., 319 Richling, J., 83 Richmond. R.. 457, 83, 84, 280 Richter, J.. 458, 299 Richter, T., 79 Rickers, D., 113 Rickert, C., 319 Rickmeier, J., 334 Rickmeyer, C.. 334 Riddick, E., 269 Ridecki, F., 128 Ridge, J., 458 Rieckman. S.. 362 Ricder, C., 286, 303 Riedy, M., 318 Riegelman. R., 391, 135 Riel, M., 301 Rieman, B., 380, 252, 317 Riemenschneider, J., 458, 106, 353 Rienert, D., 269 Rierenweber. R.. 386 Riering, J., 260 Rieser, VV., 134 Ringenoldus, B., 289 Ringenoldus, R., 458 Ringle, E.. 72, 338 Ringrose, S., 280 Risch, R., 458, 112, 293, 304 Risser, A., 391, 134 Risser, R., 109. 320, 362 Risteen, B., 312, 362 Risteen, E., 458, 383, 249, 248, 3 Ristow, VY., 220 Riteris, A., 458, 357 Ritter, D., 458 Ritzenthaler, J., 295 Ritzinan, K., 367 Rloux, J., 290 Roark, VV., 458 Robar. B., 314 281 Robello, O., Roberts, K., 280 Robbins, H., 375 Robbins. J., 335 Robers, H., 296 Roberts, C.. 458, 332 310 Roberts, D., Roberts, E., 458, 383 Roberts, K., 385 Roberts, M., 458 Roberts, R., 458, 96 Roberts, 391 134 S., . Robertson, K., 77 Robinson, B., 281 Robinson, C., 113 Robinson, J., 458, Robinson, R., 458 Robothon, N., 75 Roby, V.. 458 Roche, M., 458. 313 12 117, 357, 368, 303 Rochwerger. R., 366 Rock, J., 458, 296, 304, 301, 305 Rock, L., 371 Rockman, R., 324 Rockow. R.. 108, 221 Rockwell, P., 116 Rodgers, L., 387 Rodesch. J., 220, 295 Roehl, L., 385 Roehm, D., 84. 323 Roelke, R.. 387 Roening, R., 386 Roenitz, V., 123, 316 Roeske, R., 458, 286 Roethig. T., 297 Rogan, P., 86 Rogan, V., 314 Rogers, R., 97 Rogers, T., 291 Rogers, W., 269 Rohacek. R., 106 Rohloff. B., 291 Rohn. R., 459. 86 Rohlf, B.. 370 Roiahn. W., 289 Rolando, T., 375 Roman, R.. 281 Rooney. W.. 459, 336, 261 Rosci, M., 86 Rose, A., 314, 280 Rose, E., 289 Rose, G., 358 Rose, M., 365 Rose, R., 459, 326, 261 Rose, T., 358 Roseman, J.. 222 Rosen, B., Rosen, J., Rosen. S.. 459. 131 Rosenbaum, J., 459. Rosenbaum. R., 293 371 Rosenberg , A-. Rosenberg, C. 365 Rosenberg, F., 366 Rosenberg, l., 122 Rosenberg, L., 122 Rosenberg, M 459 459 Rosenberg, M -v 459, 113, 373 312 346. 289 Rietz, D., 296 Rietz, R., 458, 141, 299, 301 Riew, C., 269 Riggs, E., 362 Riggs, J., 386 Riggs, T.. 343 Rikkers, D., 322 Riley, C., 320. 364 Riley, D., 337 Riley, S.. 225 Rilleau. S., 374 Rindt, J.. 458 Rinehart. R., 318 Rosenberg, R.. 459. 143, 371 Rosenheimer, T.. 279 Rosenthal, J.. 316. 371 Rosenthal, M., 346 Rosenthal. R., 292 Rosenthall, R., 371 Rosolt. M., 219 Ross. ll.. 71. 75, 241, 260, 317 Rossi, M.. 84 Rossner. K.. 334 Rotce, R., 297 Rothman, S., 382. 251 Rothwell, M., 227 Rouse, S.. 313 Roussy, D., 313 Rowbotham. J.. 348 Rowe, C., 459, 280 Rowe. H., 459 Rowell, D., 459 Rowell, L.. 459 Rowland, D., 290 Rowland, G.. 459 Rowlands, D., 112, 143 Roy, E., 71 Royal, C., 351, 290 Royal, K., 219, 298, 307 Royce, R., 302 Rozansky, G., 372 Rozansky, N., 459, 122, 386 Rozkalns. T., 281 Rubendall, R., 459, 333 Rubevitz, L., 108 Rubey, H., 113 Rublee, L., 221, 285 Ruhlolf, G., 349 Rubnitz, A., 386, 346 Rubovits, L., 311 Rubow, K., 83 Ruby, H., 364 Ruchl, D., 280 Ricks. M., 459 Ricks, R., 459, 97 Rudberg, M., 346 Rudd, S., 286 Rude. R., 97 Ruder, D., 391. 134 Rudisill, R., 459, 72, 331 Rudman, J., 349 Rudnick, E., 86 Rudnick, S., 359, 297 Rudolph, L., 222, 291 Rudolph, M., 288 Rue, H., 459, 105, 321 Rueckert. C., 318, 279 Rueckl, R., 459 Ruehe, R., 142 Ruehl. D., 314 Ruesch. R., 460, 291 Ruesch. T. Ruf, F., 122 Ruggles. N., 460. 117, 379, 315 Ruggieri, B., 297, 301 Ruggieri, R., 460 Ruggles, N., 258 Rumble, R., 342 Rummele, S., 281 Rumpel, C., 327 Runes. J.. 364 Runkel, M., 130, 280 Rupnow, E., 75, 338 Ruppel, L., 312, 281 Ruppin, D., 290 Ruppin, R., 332 Rupple, K., 83 Rusch, A., 11. 227, 285 Rusch, J., 369 Rusch, M., 460, 108, 222, 303 Rusch, P., 460, 95 Rusch. S.. 460 Rush, B.. 349 Rusnak, R., 93 Russeu. H., 460 Russell, B., 351 Russell, D., 333 Russell, E.. 317 Russel. J.. 460, 77, 78 460 Russell, K., 460, 71, 78, 285 281 Russell, T., Russell, M., Russell, R., 93 Russert, T., 117 Russon. D.. 113 Rust. E., 460 Rust, T.. 85 Rusty, R., 348 Rusy, A., 113 Ruthgeerts, 460 Ruzansky, I.. 346 Ryall, A.. 315, 286 Ryan, J.. 135 Ryan, VV.. 94, 98. 296 Rydverg, M., 368 Rynders, C., 312 S Saalsaa. S.. 227 Saari. D.. 354 Sabota, T., 289 Sacco, R., 122 Sachnog, N., 349 Sachs, B.. 317 Sackett. R.. 460. 96 Sadowski. T., 94. 328 Saether, R., 460 Saevre, N., 77 Sagen, J., 319. 364 Sager, T., 330 Sagle. N.. 387 Saiberlich. J., 113, 281 Sairs, L.. 450 Sakoonkim, C., 295 Saldarriaga, T., 289 Sandstrom, S., 281 Sandvold, I., 285, 303, 305 Sandy, G., 370 Sanford, N., 252 Sanger, R., 460, 83, 294 Santapoalo, B., 107 Santille, D., 122 Sappington, E., 460 Sarberlich, J., 315 Sarig, S., 322 Sarin, L., 386, 295 Sarles, D., 253 Saron, R., 295 Sarsha, E., 375 Satller, C., 279 Sattenspil, S., 330 Sauer, B., 357 295 Sauer, VV., Saueressig, R., 74, 86, 226 Sausen, H., 73 Savage, H., 91 Savage, J., 461, 92, 98 Savage. S., 313 Savat, N., 369 Sawle, F., 277 Sawle, M., 277 Saxe, J., 289 Saxton, N., 461, 130 Saywer, T., 342 Scallman, B., 365 Scales, J., 111, 367 Scales, M., 461 Scasselati. S., 323 Scgalfer, J., 365 Schaaf, D., 461 Schaaf, R., 461, 336 Schaap, R., 292 Schaars, J., 461, 340 Schacht, C., 286 Schacht, J., 71 Schacht, R., 116 Schade, B., 313 Schadt, R., 285 Schaede, K., 369 Schaefer, B., 323 Schaefer, G., 358 Schaefer, K., 95 Schaefer, V., 281 Schaeffer, B., 364, 371 Schaeffer, E., 98 Saldarriaga. L., 460 Salen, R., 293 Saleusen, A., 299 Salinger, J., 359 Saltweek, S., 370 Saltzman, D., 289 Salvesen, A., 354 Snlvesen, I., 281 Salverson, I., 317 Salzer, B., 79 Salzwedel, R., 386, 293 Sampliner. J., 372 Samuels. P.. 460 Samuelson. J., 285 Sanborn. S., 324 Sandberg, B., 299 Sanders, D., 254 Sanders, R.. 352 Sanderson, B., 365 Sanderson. R., 145, 349 Sandler, D.. 460. 106, 349 Sandman, V., 460. 337 Sandstedt, R., 269 Schalfer, D., 280 Schaffer, M., 318, 281 Schafran, L., 349 Schaldach, F., 296, 301, 304 Schalebon, J., 279 Schaller, C., 461, 352, 261 Schallert, R., 461 Schallock, J., 461 Schamach, P., 145 Schamerns, M., 347 Schantz, L., 330 Schaper, E., 264 Schapiro, S., 387 Scharer, J., 461, 86 Scharf, C., 295 Scharf, M.. 461 Scharpf, O.. 95 Schauder, M., 324 Schaunder. M., 196 Schaver, R., 95 Schechter, B., 311, 366 Schee. S., 321 Scheel, M., 281 Scheer, J., 279 Scheibl, J., 302, 304 Scheid, K., 339 Scheiderhan, R., 295 Schellfeifer, M., 286 Schelling, C., 461. 277 Schendel, M., 295 Scheppe. R., 461 Scherr, N., 315, 364 Scherz, J., 144, 296 Schick. C., 291. 307 Schick. G., 116 Schiebl, J., 294 Schiehler, C.. 221 SchiFHeger, C., 252, 280 Schikofke, R., 222 Schild, R., 356 Schilleman. R.. 289, 303 Schiller, H., 372 Schiller, M., 371 Schilling, C., 461, 321, 287 Schilling, D., 386. 369 Schilling, J.. 94, 95, 97, 240 Schilling, W., 293 Schillinger, J.. 106 Schimm, R., 461 Schindel, A., 346 Schinkel, B., 344 Schinkel, R.. 461 Schipporeit, T., 306 Schirmang, J., 281 Schirven, D., 356 Schlaak, J., 358, 289 Schlaak, T., 289 Schlader, F., 128, 357 Schlafer, G.. 461 Schlapper. D.. 461, 130 Schlass, VV., 365 Schlaufman, G., 346 Schlect, B.. 111 Schlender, S.. 461. 108 Schlesstein, K., 329 Schleunes, S., 461, 310, 260 507 THE BEST THINGS IN LIFE ARE CLOSE TO HOME ry v MADISON 3.WIS. 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I SQYARE AT STATE Schley, H., 340 Schlichting, P., 334 Schlindler, W., 461 Schlising, R., 292 Schlof, B.. 91 Schloss, S., 359 Schloss, W., 311 Schlough, L., 277 Schlough, S., 327 Schlueter, J., 294 Schmaedick, R., 354 Schmeig, J., 462, 123 A 351 Schmidt, ., Schmidt, B., 252, 357 Schmidt, D., 462 122 277 462, Schmidt, D., Schmidt, H., 295 Schmidt, J., 462, 98 Schmidt, J., 462, Schmidt, K., 142 Schmidt, N., 342 Schmidt, R., 462 Schmidt, S., 375 Schmidt, W., 462, 251, Schmidthe, R., 131 Schmidtke, J., 462 U3 n 5' 5 -. rn D- rw ui W' is 5 'P W w ..- P9 no on .- YIIUTIINDUTUPUI 0600000 ::'::':r:':r:r:r E E 5 E E E B :v':f':f.':+'3'7i:v' NN NJ".."'I"1"'. FZTQWFU? . N- - . . motorola-413 287335, I0 gum Schmitt , 94. 99. 343 462 8 Schnabeil, Cl., 462, 323 Schnaitter. J.. 111 Scheeberger, D., 289 313, 296, 291 295 Schneider, M., 462, 117, 359, 314 Schneider, P., 294 Schneider, S., 385, 305 Schneider, V., 462 Schneider, W., 462 Schneidereind, K., 281 Schneiderhan, R., 462, Schneller, S., 314, 364 Schnoll, S., 346 Schockmel. G., 82 Schoeman, K., 294 Schoenbeck, P., 357 Schoening, A., 358 Schoenoff, N., 462. 281 301, 303 Schoenwetter, E., 462, 97 Schoenwetter, W., 122 Schoff, P., 368 Schofield, R., 462 Scholnick, H., 349 Scholz, S., 462 Schomherg, D., 75 Schomburg, R., 95 Schoofs, M., 280 Schoonover, R., 112 Schoonwetter, E., 91 Schowalter, J., 462. 122, 293 Schowengerdt, R., 83 Schrader, R., 296 Schrager, P.. 346 Schrankel, B., 84 Schreiber, M., 463, 370 Schreiner, J., 285 Schreiner, J., 333, 254 Schriehler, C., 222 Schreuder. F., 340 Schrieder, R., 108 Sclirinksky. A., 330 Schroder, W., 71 Schroeder, C., 113, 380 463 367 Schroeder, C., Schroeder, D., Schroeder, H., 463, 76, 241, 241 Schroeder, J., 103, 105, 281, 286 Schroeder, L., 293 Schroeder, N., 463 Schroeder, R., 463, 96. 240, 240, Schroeder, R., 463, 333, 221, 367 Schroeder, S., 463. 117, 320 Schroeder, T., 337 Schroeder. W., 463, 74 Schten, E.. 291, 302, 306 Schubert, S.. 71, 372 Schubring, W., 291 Schucart, N., 365 Sclniessler. L., 277 Schuette, B., 296 Schuette, F., 112 Schuette, P., 116 Schuetz. A., 331 Schuh, E., 463. 62, 83 Schuidt, J.. 386 Schuknecht, B., 289 Schuldt, B., 142 Schuler, D., 326 Schulist, J., 344 Schulkin. 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C., 464 Schwartz, S., 373 Schwarz, J., 281 Schwehke, A., 113, 310, 364 Schwede, L. Schweers, A., 464, 87, 310 Schweers. W., 352 Schwegler, L., 102 Schweitzer, D., 464, 95, 294 Schweitzer, S., 371 Schwenker, S., 310 Schweppe, E., 117 Scliwer, E., 464, 111, 319 Schwerman, C., 357 Schwigler, L., 279 Schwortz, R., 95 Schwulst, R.. 298, 307 Schwyn, B., 348 Scorgie, R., 221 Scott. A., 367 Scott, B., 319, 364, 296 Scott, G., 102, 386, 354 Scott, R., 295 Scribner, K., 280 Scullion, C., 78 Sealsoa. S., 109 Searle, J.. 295, 301, 302 Searles, P., 219 Searls, J., 343 Seastone. S.. 102, 113, 385 Seaton, C., 95 Seaver. J., 144 Sebald, L., 464. 341, 261 Sehriney, T., 372 Seeboth, J., 464 Seefeld. D., 293 Seefeldt, B., 354, 299 Seefeldt, L., 281 Seehafer, R., 333 Seehawer, G., 220, 289 Seemann, D., 294 Segal, J.. 359 Seibert, N., 281 Seidel, C., 344 Seideman, W., 356 Self. VV.. 298 Seifert. R.. 464, 340, 261 Seinwill, J., 340 Seiter, S.. 313 Selberg. R.. 293 Selby, D., 330, 271 Selbv. 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