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

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NW, , , ,11f,,..,,W4 w No oTher Tour years so would ever hold so much . . . educaTioh had helped us To lchow ourselves . . . Through The people and The places and The ideas . . . most of all, Through The people The University of Wisconsin . . . we came from everywhere to Madison . . . the First day . . . hurried impressions . . .the Union . . . Bascom i-iall . . .the Iaice . many new faces . . .hurried goodbyes . . . perhaps a Feeling oi strangeness, a tiny icnot at Fear as the familiar Became the past . . . but for ali, an unexpiainapie touch of excitement, as We began the Future . . . Many nevvfaces The University of Wisconsin 25 The First few days . . . Getting settled seemed impossible 4 4'-..f So mony things to see . . . The first few doys . . . confusion oncl explorotion ond mony new ioces . . . getting settled seemed impossible . . . new clothes, ice sl4cites, tennis rocl4ets-everything wcis dropped os We mcicle ci First visit to the Phorm . . . the otmosphere oi the Rot wos ci little overwhelming . . . the Freshmen mixers . . . the First climb up the l-lill . . the Pine Room . . . so mciny ploces to go . . . so mony things to see . . . So mony plcices to go The new faces slowly become Familiar The new Foces slowly become Fomilior . . . letters home were Full ol the people we'cl met . . . roommotes ond housemothers . . . the boy ot the Union . . .the girl ot the pine Room . . . so much to toll4 opout . . . expectotions ol the ococlemic: lite . . . the sociol lite . . . getting ocquointecl Wos on enjoyople process . . . Getting ocquointed was on enjoyable process . . , The people we'd met M v max x Y il . f X We were thankful For pre-registration For the First time, We become Cl closs ls .gi ,, , V, l "Ai . i Eg,-,. Registration . . .vve heard it vvas improving each year- some oius had our doubts . . . we vverethanldul For pre-registration . . Udo not vvrite above this line-iiu . . . ul can remember everything but my telephone number" . . . tall4 of classes . . . student salesmen barldng the products of the Badger, the Cardinal, the Wisconsin Players . . . Finally, vve iollovved the crowd to the stocl4 pavilion . . . For the First time, vve became a class . . . hovv many oi us vvould still be part of that class when we met together the next time-at graduation . . . Student salesmen barking the products All those books for one course 24 e trips to Suds Your Duds Rows ond rows of texts So moiny new things in our new lite . . ., one wcis the college bookstore . . . rows ond rows oi tekts . . . I.L.S. . . .English TA. . .Zoo l . . .all those books For one course. . . upperclossmen hinted that the outline series wcis the onswer to every proyer . . . independence brought other things too . . , the trips to Suds Your Duds . . . lor mony, the iirst checking ciccount . . . ond the little impressions . . . no one weors cleon tennies here . . . all the trench cocits . . .bridge, contemporciry cords, cotiee breolcs,sweotshirts . . . the smcxll ports old Wisconsin student . . n- it .I Ls. ' I. 'th' 4' :la FQ- A i A 1'-,,., . -' 1 - wt .t 3 . -Fi iff? I . , r .Q'J' , .5 'f Z? Y, S-. H F- S. K lv ,f RESI AD Nl ERSWY DENCE , , X . f 450 7'--Yr, f 'H ., , , L- fx-- 'f t . -, A M-M , 1 A EEEQMWV X i. ww . -1, -::E1'1Xt,.f:?Zf5fE v' , 1 . ' "ic 2 1, ' 5, ' tg. , -f .3-.:. L t -' . X .. .X .few W . X. fmt ua. 6.43, .,.., .,..... 9, P" 'A' .,.-..v.,. X 312, ...-. .. " . 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Ll-IA . . . the loyalties were strong . . .these First experiences . . . - laughter, discussion, even tears . . .left lasting friendships . . . we knew that college was to be many things, but For the First time we realized that the people were perhaps the most important element . . . the constant in our learning process . . . The loyalties were strong . . . 29 We smiled ond nodded cmd wondered We learned through nervous experience , . . Some of us chose to join . . . 30 r Langdon Street . . . Greek Street Langdon Street. . .Greek Street. . .we learned the meaning of rush through nervous experience . . . We smiled and nodded and wondered Why vve,cl bothered . . . We Felt we were being judged but discovered that We had the right to judge and to decide also . . .some of us chose to join . . . the Greek World . . .pledge duty, beer suppers, call-outs, line-ups, rush-from the other side . . . but something more . . . h 7 More than beer suppers . . . ' The undetinable something to be remembered always The Usystem' ,... lar lrom perlect . . . we heard the criticisms. . .blindly We defended, to understand later. . . We complained also, but we had Found something . . . for some at us, a social goal . . . lor others, a belonging place . . . more than beer suppers and l-lumo and pier time and 'lQ:3O sessiong Gnd serenades . . . more than a pin . . . but people . . .friends . . ia common tie . . the undelinable something to be remembered always . . . A double meaning for some of us 34 We were really on our own .-z a' -1, H ' We did as we pleased lndependence had a double meaning lor some ol us . . . lor various reasons, we cliose to ignore tlie organization ol Langdon Street and tlwe large dorm areas . . . we were really on our own . . . We did as we pleased . . . Glllls, ci title Worn witlw pride . . . our standards were our own . . . our major responsibility was to ourselves . . Some of us lound the University merely o step owoy from our own homes . . . we had grown up in its shcidow ond influence . . .we were the Ucommutersn . . . the First order ol the Ubrown boggersu . . . For some unlqnown recison we monoged oll the 7:-45,s ond all the 4:35,s. . .squeezed in between bus schedules . . . odvontoges ond disodvontoges . . . no hours . . . but did you ever try to study lor o moth linol with three younger brothers ond friends wotching Nlovericlc? . . . The First order of the 'Lbrown boggersn . . . 36 Squeezed in between bus schedules We were the commuters Y ... l A ff '-'W Q" X3N -TNM , If x. . A939 . ,..- '-,, ,- , - I 1- . , mf X. '. - , 93- A V, f"A.1Q , 5, . A ,-,A ,- Q , . ,. . . - . -X. 5.'L if-ir e' 5. x j,fr,'::!' -' A., A 7' .., . 1 f :lit-1 ,s X -X' if -. i i :II if . -41 . T- 3475" T' '4 off-'XA f fiifl fi 1 - 'M' 'fi L 5 il 2 fljfxsfxqig ,. 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A 'Lgf',,,.,if..,..t,.,m-MM.+-.- . .xt,..w,. f -f X ,. . 4 es. . . ,M 9 me N i .. M .v......,M.. .JW 1 .. ' ' . sf I we-1s:.f:5 '-"'.f.'ifi..i-. 215.2-5-5Zsi:i.i-::5: r., , A- fra-,' ' J 1 , had .F r 3 my '1 ' F 'kikrsfr' s. earn-.rswfliwvbheriibilasr''f-f:i?Sezrf.ZGh521s9fSi4 " ' .- ' Ph...-V 0, -ww: ' a ' :!ft'-' I -1 :fm-f' 2, ' l Q-':-::w41w3f"-4.--" wr... ' 15' " -f f - 9122- aa- ', i . -if ' 'iii' My !ffs?.zar-1z:2:3Rg95rs5t-f A . . ' t ' J" f 552' I " riff I -si " -si-:i'f' , , 1 I-. Q i-ef ' :o st . 5' fi 2 Ss, . " L f 5 -ff. 1-'I ' Q ez - si xiii A new kind of responsibility . . We found others with the same problems . . . n l"ligl1er grades . . . anew land olresponsibility some of us cliose to start a dirlerent land of career . "get married and Finisli sclwool-impossible" . . . but We managed despite tlwe problems . tlwe usual college worries were ditlerent . . . no great social pressure sliaring our learning-and teaching, also . . .we found otlwers with tlie same problems to discuss and to sliare . baby-sitters . . . bridge parties . . . budget problems . . .despite tlie problems tliere was a new l4ind of contentm A diliferent kind of career. . . ent . A new kind of contentment us, C1 new experience K " lf? 'IQ 'f' ...lx ,,.,,, .I EI., ,MM A ...- Overnight, the faces became students . . . for some of us, a new experience . . . tlie bool4s became an ever-present reality . . . 7245's . . . climbing tlwe l'1ill . . . late labs . . slide rules, term papers . . . i outside reading . . . long long liours in tlie library . . .We began to learn tlsie secrets of our Fields . . . diversity . . . tlwe First set ol Finals was an experience lilce no otlwer. . .tlwis was education . . . This was education . . . Diversity Men renowned in every Field . . . Working to shore their knowledge Through the poges iof books . . . CO OP von asm , iii ., , , -- . in amd if fr. 554, W I3 1: A , fry - 1 A Ulvffciv ,J f 122 im X ,L ,Jaw A - xl., V' 1. -,A A if , Through the pages of books, we learned . . . but more, from the professors. . .men renowned in every Field . . . worl4ing to share their knowledge . . . lacts and opinions . . . discovering new interests through the eyes and the enthusiasm ol another . . . sharing with other students . . . argument and discussion . . .we tallced about the ideas and opinions . . .the his- tory oi great men and ideas became part ol us . . . pressure to learn, but For even the most rebellious, there was a desire to learn, hidden beneath all the routine tactsand Figures. . .perhaps we had never studied so much before, but we had never realized before the scope of learning . . We had never realized before the scope of learning . . . i Students long before had left us o heritage . . . Adding tothe books ond bricks to moke the University ofWisconsin Students long before liad left us a lieritage . . in part, tlie traditions of Wisconsin . . . some We joked about . . otlwers lnad a deeper meaning . . . time iionor of the Senior Swingout . . . Qn Wisconsin . . .sifting and vvinnowing . . Ye sliall know tlwe trutlw . . .Varsity . . . tiie lawyers and tlweir canes . . . St. Patls Day beards . . .all small but important and meaningful . . .traditions to build tlie memories. . .adding to tlie books and tlie bricks to make tlwe University of Wisconsin . . . Traditions to build the memories . . . important and meaningful . . . A deeper meaning . . . '7' 57,711 'f't5?f' '- 'i' ,:'?7"'i 7 ' Y" , " If 7 - K - .A Ai " " ' V " mai? 51- "YE SHALL KNGW THE TR THAND THE TRUTH SHALL MAKE YOU EREE' wiv wi -gg A e Criss or 'mast " a , g " :la i l l l l l a New discoveries in many Fields 46 x, eeee s Wisconsin . . . noted lor many tliings . . . a leader in the Field of research . . . new discoveries in many Fields . . . few ol us appreciaed or even realized . . . long liours ol painstaking worlc lay dedicated men . . . a university presidenl wlio led the way in researcli . . . we read of progress in researcli and noted Wisconsin names . . . again tlie people . . .wlio lived to mal4e tlwe ideas work . . . to add to education . . . A leader in the Field of research 1 nrml1l '1ll mwxzi - Y Long hours of painstaking work A very real port of college . . . . E s 1 43 ROTC . . . for tlwe lirst time, We volunteered to sliine tlie slwoes . . . and wear tlwe unilorms . . . We learned tlie intricacies ol weapons, tlie insides olslwips . . .we drilled and marclied and saluted . . , some ol us excelled . . . it was a remote, yet a very real part ol college . , . Some of us excelled . . . We drilled and marched We learned about war . . . Taking an active part 50 l Part of the future We Fitted RCTC in . . . We fitted ROTC in witli political science and matli and lwistory and journalism and psyclwology . . .casually, we learned about war. . .college tauglwt us to be casual about it . . . we l4new tlie service was part ol tlwe future . . . two years or tlwree years . . . taking an active part, or waiting . . .yet now, a million years and miles away from tlie Presidents review . . . A growing cpprecicxti on Agnes cle Mille cs c: teacher A aww:.1-xi,mm-awp: Q ,wffwwuammwmfvnearmraswzvxe A constant leorning process . , . some times, more enjoyople than others . . .there was so much opportunity. . culture . . . on over-used Word, but one We Wishecl to explore more . . .We Wonderecl ot ort . . .We loughed ot Coco oncl l'lorton . , .Agnes cle Mille os o teocher. . . o growing oppreciotion os We learned from the tolents ol other people . . . We laughed ot Coca and Horton . . . 53 For the sake of learning 5-L We crowded the Union Theater Theme and Variations Marcel Marceau . . . for the sake of enjoy- ment. .. Music by Brubeck . . , We crowded the Union theater at every chance . . .vve read reviews and voiced our ovvn opinions . . . music by Garner and Brubeck . . . '... Theme Variations by the American Ballet Theater Marcel Marceau . . . entertainment lor the sake ol enjoyment . . . lor the sake oi learning . , . OU 55 r r ---' f Mmm. was ' We took advantage of the Union's gallery programs Art. . .drama . . . music. . .tliey were tlie optional part ol a Wisconsin education . . . an advantage and enjoyment to be interested . . . vve recognized the talents vvitliin tlfie University . . . Aaron Bolirad,artist-in-residence . . . vve vvatclwed lellovv students and lciculty members perlorm and applauded tlweir talents . . . we tool4 advantage ol tlme Union's gallery programs. . .tlie co-op's print sale . . . vve lool4ed lorvvard to tlie time vvlien vve could lurtlier develop the appreciations vvlwiclw education lwad stirred . . tlwese were the added dividends ol a university . . A We watched fellow students and Faculty members perform . . . i Lillie asm lltit vi i WlCCONgf T Yllxlill lA vm, Aa ron Bohrad, artist-in-residence When the time come to leave, cm mutual loss We took port . . Some of us came from especially lar away to tlwe University ot Wisconsin . . . tl1eVil4ings . . . tl1eBrittingl'iams . . sponsored by Tliomas Brittinglwam . . . We came eacl1yeartolVlaclison . . . vvetool4 part in activities . . .and social lite . . . teaclwing flue Wisconsinites about our native Scanclanavian countries . . . learning tlie lwabits ol tlwe US .... vvlwen tlie time came t leave, a mutual' loss . . . O We came each year to Madison :ala nv' Some of us wanted to contribute We oFFered our suggestions Something For everyone To be ci port of the octivity-whirl Our world of people grew lclrger . . .some of us vvcinted to contribute . . . to be o port of ttie cictivity-vvtuirl . interviews . . .WSA. . .ttie Union . . .AWS . . mittees, committees, . . .something for everyone, they sciid . . . some never got involved . . . wos it . committees, com- vvortti it . . . We often questioned ond were questioned . . but We decided to join . . . we otfered our suggestions . . told of our experience . . . vve joined ond begon to work . .i . 61 62 Working with the administration . . . Student Senate . . . representing us . The Wisconsin Student Association . . , overilovving from room 307 in the Union . . vve began as committee workers, poster-hangers . . . as vve vvorlced, vve learned . . .WSfX, the government of the campus . . . Student Senate . . . representing us . . .involved in almost every thing . . ,vve heard the criticisms . . .WSA should Worry about the campus First , . . NSA . . . the politics . . . Badger vs. Campus . . .and then, vs. Varsityi . .meetings in the cafeteria . . .trel4s to the legislature . vvorldng with the administration . . .WSA atiected everyone some vvay . . . Involved in almost everything . . . We learned from the people . . . Ruth, who had a suggestion or an idea or a stencil or always a stamp . . . the committee chairmen . . . most of all, from the oiiicers . . . we Worked with them and saw them Work , . . we criticized, but We also admired . . Ed Garvey, WSA president . . . Dave Sheridan, vice-president. . .Marcia Kirkpatrick, secretary. . Ray l-lamel, treasurer . . . carrying the WSA tradition Well . . . Ed Garvey, WSA president Dove Sheridan, WSA vice-president Mcircic Kirkpatrick, WSA secretory. . . 7m -1 1 v--anus: Roy Hamel, WSA treasurer 60 The WSA oflice . . . WSA did ci little of everything Problems were discussed ond debated . . . 66 The WSA office . . . here We decided policy ond mode plons ond typed stencils ond stutled envelopes . . . For WSA did ci little ot everything . . . New Student Week . . . the Model UN . . .the Freshmen Leodership Program . . perhops the most importont . . . the Student Senote . . . cin ottempt to represent student opinion in cill the controversies ol compus lite. . .here problems were discussed ond depoted ond solved . . .or sometimes totaled . . .ogoin the criticisms . . . "some oi it is lVlicl4ey lvlouse' ,... but the etlort vvos there . . .ond Worthwhile results proved the need . , , Again the criticisms . . . but the etlort vvos there . . . We appreciated the eifort . . Offering on opportunity to discuss . . . A ditferent kind of idea and thought The ideas ot the Famous . . . A different lcind oi idea and thought . . lostered by WSA through the symposium program . . .separate from campus politics and constitution changes and SLIC red tape . . . we appreciated the etiort and toolc advantage oi the opportunity in great numbers . . . otlering an opportunity to discuss the ideas of the lamous . . . and our own ideas . . . Hlfthics in our limen . . . with Ayn Rand, Sloan Wilson, Sidney l-loolc, Eric Sevaried, Carlos Romulo, Victor Butterfield, xlohncogley, l:ranlcGitJney, Louis lgnacio-Pinto . .. the symposium added much to the intellectual outlines ol college . . , HA., .A qdfg ,Y Qld.-u -i A WOl'ld of WOITIGI1 . . . SOFHG of US WOI'lCSd to CCJYTY on the activities of tlie Associated Women Students president Pat lVlcCartl1y represented tlwe women in campus activities . . .tlwrouglw Co-ed's Congress, we discussed tlie ever-present vvomen's lwours, l4ey privileges, campuses . . . AWS, the guardian of all tlwe rules and regulations alloted to tl'ie women students vve also attended to Senior Svvingout . . . vve tool4 advantage of the opportunity to tlianlc tlwe outstanding Women . . c A world of women We also attended to Senior Svvingout The opportunity to thank the outstanding women Pam Judy lemon Jwfnznal Cfmmrman IAWS Sue fb- -11111311 Pct Mccclrthy, AWS president We smiled and pivoted The annual fashion show . . , , iY , V A part in many activities i AWS had o port in mony octivities . . . Senior Svvingout . . . we smiled ond pivoted in the onnucil Foslwion snow . . . Wiscettiquette . . . the biggest project of the yeor vvos the IAWS Convention . . . montiis oi plonning to ploy nostess to Women from ocross time US .... to discuss the pions ond cnoilenges vvnicn Foce tne educoted vvomon AWS Executive Council 'QA Another name For all we'd expected From college One thing we all had in common was the Wisconsin Union, another name For all we'd expected from college . . .new ideas, new friends, new things to do . . . we cameto counton the Union . . . the l2athsl4e campus gathering place . . . the terrace, our retreat in warm weather . . . the world-tamous Union theater on the lalce . students elected to Union Directorate were aware ol all the Union ottered . . shaping ideas into parties, programs, worlcshops . . . The Rathslceller, campus gathering place . . . ller I 1 The world-famous Union theater on the lake . . . Union Directorate. . .shaping ideas into programs. , . We exhibited our own art We understood our Foreign students czt inter- notioncil Club parties . . . 76 Marfgsn M., r 'ijozz in the Rot," G good vvoy to begin the weekend The Union had something to interest everybody . . .vve exhibited our ovvn art, savv the Work oi the masters . . . laughed vvith and understood our Foreign students at lnternational Club parties . . . dropped in for 'Llazz in the l2at,H a good vvay to begin the weekend . . . heard artists, speakers, statesmen in the theater, talked vvith them afterwards . . . vve even hosted the American Ballet Theatre tor hot dogs . . perhaps vve didnit stop to think about it, but vve were seeing the Wisconsin Union idea in action . . .as our University became a home, not a house, ot learning . . . We even hosted the American Ballet Theatre For hot clogs Y We got tips from the experts We Iecurned to silkscreen in the Union workshop ,-....4.....h.. We invited our professors to dinner ond listened to their ideos When we wonted to find out Hhow to do it,', the Union had the onswer. . .we bowled, ond got tips from the experts . . . leorned to sillcscreen posters ond our own greeting cords in the workshop . . . invited our professors to dinner ond listened to their ideos. . .We joined Hooters, the Union outing Club ond the First ol its l l4ind in the notion . . . mciny ol us spent o lot ol time in the Union . . . l olwoys leorning, sometimes tegching, often helping . . .hoping weld remember all we,d W leorned so We could put it to Worl4 loter . . . We joined l-loofers, the First club of its kind in the notion . . . A visiting jazz artist talking with a student from her native land A . . While mother or Father studied at the library . 80 The QO's meet the 60's . . .Summer Prom County Fair. . .when the whole cam- pus is invited. . . ln the Union vve savv everything a visiting jazz artist tall4ing with a student From her native land . . . committee members reading to children oi married students while mother or father studied at the library ... the 20,5 meeting the 60's as promotion lor Summer Prom, the only prom left on the campus .. . a Ferris wheel announcing ucounty Fair" ... our fall open house vvhen vve vvere Hat home" to 6,000 students . . . we realized the personal touch oi the Union ... designed For all of us, Flexible enough to interest each of us in some vvay . .. and we came bacl4 lor more, about 12,000 ol us each day. . . The Union meant a variety ol activities coming from a central place ... signing up For ci l-looler outing ... Feeling the pulse oi the campus at the uYell l.il4e l-lelln contest on the terrace steps ... we had a chance to become part oi it all by joining committees at the Fall Qpen l-louse ... if we were one ol 500 Union committee members, the Beeleater, symbol oi our service in upholding the state ol the Union, meant a great deal to us Beeleaters, our own Union committee dinner, the only one of its l4ind ... il We hadn't Felt it beiore, we knew it that night . .. this was our Union ... our place to Find out, our op- portunity to mal4e things happen the way we thought they should and ours to enjoy while we learned how to do it Signing up for a l-loofer outing . , . glngg 'lf 82 Becoming part of it all by joining Union committees Beefeoter: symbol of our service in Up- holding the state ofthe Union . . . Our own Union committee dinner, only one of its kind 1u' 1141. - Everyone had an opinion . . . Politics in the atmosphere Election year. . .196O. . .for many of us, the First chance to malce our voices and our vvishesl olticial .. . politics in the atmosphere . .. discussion, argument, criticism . .. everyone had an opinion . . . vve felt especially concerned lor this year youth was an issue we were Re- publicans ... or Democrats ...' or undecided ... but most important, We were interested. . . and our interest was vocal . . . and important, For we found the university on the long pusy list of campaign stops ... John F. Kennedy, President ofthe United States . . . 84 Zigi , V 1 V X- ' -.-52524 321 1 I fn X 1 f A 12.24 12--' u fi " - Nw H H , ,,..,,.--.,, ...4., M. , A, f e n, ,., - . .f W ' - ' 4 r 1 Av rr- My R -1' - 4,.y-Qvk-'-v sz, , '4' : i lx , ei gk in 'G x 1 . . I , 4 -9 .mmm 'W Listened to theirfwords . . Nixon For president . . . Realities which concerned us . . v02Q as 1 X A 115 i i 1 i 5, g X 2 ' i i 'mx , I S ii x, Zigi M W Y , 5 V is I , ,Q 4 kgs ix i n X 411, , , X i I ,qw ii, Q 1 x Zi ik , N 4 Q 1 ,i 1 fi X ... f Em s : ,, ,g :ig 1 i ,ff is Yi' R T4 , 5 ii gf i si i ii X, i i: .' B 1 ii si !" E' 4 i i 4 i x fi Ii i z I i X X1 fi, 'i 'E i 7 N I Q. ,ii 5 5 i W 5 'z . W, Yi , 5, F. E -:,, J if . 1 J" ' ij: ffi!'?4'g :x JW' 4 V, ffl f H ,., i.., ,ZW i M W as M? EE .x,. 1 Student campaigners . . . Student campaigners . . . Kennedy For president TV debates . . . Nixon For president . .. some of us changed our minds some never budged an inch ... jaclcie ... Pat . .. politics and great men became realities which concerned us vve studied and debated the issues we vvatched their faces, listened their Words, studied their records, discussed their potential politics was evident in almost every phase of our lives . . . Politics was evident in almost every phase of our lives We felt a special responsibility 88 Wlwat were their views . .. Foreign policy, disarmament, integration, education, social security . . . vve felt a special responsibility a young president, vvlioever lie miglnt be . . . more the president ol our 'lyoung adult" generation tlwan ever before . . . vve voted in mocl4 conventions and vve voted vvnen it counted . . . many ol us disagreed vvitlr tlwe results, but vve vvatclwed and listened . . . politics lwad become a more important and personal responsibility for all of us We watched and listened . . . ' f rm nr r - ,7.-.--L .iw What were their vievvf . . . A more important ond personal responsibility For oil of us We found time For many things MAKE THE YEMM! Q g60.l'lNTS NEEUEDW 'WEFE WEEK? UN? . Z ? The outcome had become almost a matter of pride . . . We Found time lor many things ... the Blood Drive came every semester . , . and vve responded in record-larealcing vvays . . . everyone helped . . . some of us set the groundwork with tags, posters and personal contact even the timid overcame I U 1 Everyone helped their lear and Went to the Union stations ... the pain vvasn't too pad, and the result was always worth the effort . . . in Fact, the outcome had become almost a matter ol pride .. . . .:.- - ""' l.-N rl , l,kj, f- 4 iyx, Section "J" and its self-appointed cheerleaders Bucky Badger and his Friends 92 Some days it hardly seemed worth it . . . Wisconsin. . .the Big Ten . . . Saturday afternoons became iootpall time ... tl'me trel4 to time stadium .. time people Bucky Badger and lmis friends .. . Varsity and Cn Wisconsin time marclming band and time musical yells .., sometlming "different" about college Football ...4 S ection vvitlm its spirit and sell-appointed clmeerleaders . .. pom-poms and mums and programs wlmiclm Faded and ran togetlmer in time rain ... lwalltime ceremonies starring Badger Block watclming Brulmnis Badgers time top opponents . . . some days it lmardly seemed wortlm it . .. but we remained staunclm Wisconsin Fans .. . lace The marching band andthe musical yells 5 i Badger Bloclc. . .the card section . . . instructions and numbers and copes and colored cards . . . center ol the halftime Festivities ... Fitting the football atmosphere . . . adding to the Football scene in many ways . . . then came the end ol the season. . .warnings but the cards were thrown, as they had been every year . . . this time, a game early ... to marl4 another job well done by Badger Block. . . The cards were thrown, as they had been every year. . . Q Instructions and numbers cmd copes ond colored cards. . . Adding to the Football scene in many ways 1 We found the social life in many smali Ways 96 Perhaps just a study break ff, 'f", f 14 .zvwx-mem-f,,m-M v 1 We also learned lwow to socialize . . lor many ol us, tlwis Was time reason For college . . .socialization . . . in Ismail Ways . . . colce dates, cotlee brealqs . . . movies . . . discussions . . . we met people tlirouglw activities and classes . . . there was the inevitable blind date . . . and time exchange dinners . . . but vvlwatever tlwe name, tltie small bits of social compatability were part ol learning . . . We learned how to socialize , . . Small bits of social compatability A necessary port of our college existence . . The Social life Many excuses to party . . . f fmzmu Lfvyanaf-vff -Emmf-mswaxwceecmwwwwff Socialization . . . in tlwe larger ways . . .Wisconsin, time party sclwool . . . We learned tlwat tlwe social lite was only a part ol Wisconsin . . . but a good part . . . listening parties pajama parties, prison parties, island parties . . . roman parties, gambling parties, farm parties . . , lwoliday lormals . . . spring lormals, initiation dances . . . l-lomecoming parties . . . we found many excuses to party and we used tliem all , . , We learned to play as lwdrd as we worked . . . a necessary part ol our college existence . . Socialization . . . in the larger ways . . . We danced and celebrated . , . Pan-l'lel Bull . . . tlwose ol us vvlwo vvore tlie active and pledge pins planned an evening for tlwe Greeks . . . directed lay Robin lngle, vve vvorl4ed lfiard to make tlie evening a success . . . We introduced our Ideal Girls . . . We danced and celebrated . . . vvitlw the prolits going to cliarity, vve enjoyed one ol the levv nignts tlwat tlwose in tlme system came togetlier as a group . . . We planned on evening forthe Greeks . . . We wqrked hcircl to make the evening ci success Directed by Robin lngle Who could "Yell Like l-lell" the loudest. . . lmoginotion, crepe paper ond chicken wire transformed idecls 102 The biggest weekend-Homecoming . . . The biggest weekend-l-lomecoming . . those who had cheered before again added to our cheers for Wisconsin . . . We entertained them and ourselves , . . we com- peted to see who could uYell l.ike l-lelln the loudest . . . we partied and partied and partied . . . imagination, crepe paper and chicken wire transformed ideas into Bucky Badger and defeated foes . . . we looked forward to the weekend for a long time . . .and remembered it even longer. . . We entertained Somehow, no other weekend vvos quite the some . . .the people were crowds, the spirits were high . . . We cheered ond shouted . . . never such ci teom like the Badgers . . .win or lose, We celebroted . . . the onnuol l-lomecoming show . . . never quite up to expectotions, but still entertoinment thot odded to o perfect time . . .vloe Vtlillioms . . .l.ompert, l-lendricl4s ond Ross '. . . Count Basie . . . even the snow couldn't down our enthusiosm . . .this wos college Entertainment thot odded to o perfect time Win or lose, we celebrated . . . Joe Williams . . . No other weekend was quite the some . --,. -v V. 'V '--, sa 11 gf fzf, if -i,,,,-A .LLP X Hours and hours of work fyf f f,',, Y - ,f -.vfu1amaxvw4famx'f Preparing for the Final show This was only the beginning . . . We practiced and smiled and sang until we were exhausted . , . Spring brought Humorology . . . the campus variety show . hours and hours ol work . . . we practiced and smiled and sang until we were exhausted . . . many ol us had our First taste ol show business when We laced the audience from Bascom stage . . . this was only the beginning . . .preparing lor Final show meant costumes, sets, perfection . . . grades sutlered along the way, but we chall4ed it up to experience and planned a grand comeback For the 'IQ weelcs . . . G The time Finally come . . , Complete with comedians cincl clever lines . . . "All Solecl Out"-the AEPl1is cmd the Betos 108 The time finally came . . . the shovv . . . l-lumorology '61 . . complete with dancing girls, comedians, clever lines, campus humor, bright costumes, catchy songs. . .exhausted but still smiling Hshovv people' '... an entertaining shovv lor all . . . Thursday, lrriday and Saturday . . , each and every muscle ached, but it was worth it . . . vve laughed at the invention ol tennies with the Betas and the AEl3his . . We cheered the antics ol Paul Revere by the Chi l3sis and the DG's . . . vve sympathized as the -l-ri Delts and the SAES looked lor ansvvers to their love-lorn problems . . . Top: "Ask Annie"-the Tri Delts and the SAE's Bottom: "Ride Paul Ride"-the DG's and the Chi Psis 1i w- lx '-312 1 -1 i l vw " We lound ci little bit of everything in l'lumoroloQy . . .vve loughed cis the Vikings told ol their introduction to Americci . . . overcrowded conditions ond comious trciditions were cheered by the KDE ond the Alpho Delta . . the Kcippos and the Delts cheerfully suliiered from the iniirmory blues . . . the Chi Phis ond the Pi phis donced their vvoy from l-lollyvvood to New Qrlecins For their contribution . . . all of ci sudden, it vvcis over . . . l-lumorology i6'l soon become only ci hoppy memory . . . "Emc1ncipotion Proclamation"-the KD's cmd the Alpha Delts. . 110 A little bil of everything in I-Iumorology . . . The Vikings told of their introduction to America Top: "Infirmary Blues"-the Koppos and the Delts . . , Bottom: "Relax-One, TWo,Three"-the Pi Phis and the Chi Phis . . . Our carnival was complete . . . Campus Carnival . . . we worked together to build a really big show. . .it was inevitable that We should question this activity-even more than others . . . we planned and vvorlqed For one big night . . . then the booths came down . . . Complete with dum and the books were opened again . . . testifying to all the Worl4 however, our carnival was complete. . .complete with dancing girls, pie-throwing booths, gambling booths, popcorn and cotten candy. . .the noise was overwhelming . . . but we loved it . . .and the people . . 112 ng girls E z 3 H 3 Li Q 3 2 E R E 4 Q F 1 21 K 5 2' 5 3 5 r i n I We Worked together to build 0 really big show . . . 113 Something different from the usual social whirl We wondered oround the Fieldhouse ond enjoyed o second childhood . . .something ditlerent from the usuol sociol whirl . . . everyone toolq port . . . We laughed ot the clowns . . . "step right over here, lodies ond gentlemenn we morveled ot the themes ond the ideos , . . os olvvoys, the competition was there . . . but it odded to the show ond to the experience We morveled ot the themes cmd the ideos . . . Everyone took port l, , r ...----9 im Krier directed the plans An important project For thoseiconcerned We proudly presented the results of our etforts Mil Ball . . .on cinnuol otioir. . .on importont project For those concerned . . .on enjoyoble evening For tlwose entertoined . . .jim Krier directed time plons . . .ond the meetings beiorelwond . . . muclm vvorlc to mol4e the evening cz success . . .compoigns for Mil Boll King . . .vve loolced iorvvord to tlwe evening . . . ond oitervvords, vve proudly presented tlwe results oi our etlorts . , . Mil Boll . . . A big evening 118 A great cmsset to the social life of Wisconsin An exciting atmosphere . H. ,.., -' :ggi vu A big evening . . . and an exciting atmosplwere . . .Mil Ball . . . sometliing especially grown up and dignified about tliis dance . . . 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Ai, V5 ' ,'7vS:-.M A ' " -':f,,, 129 Pier time was port of the daily schedule Summer Prom . . . The more relaxed atmosphere of summer school Some ol us were lucl4y enough to enjoy the more relaxed atmosphere ol summer school . . levv would admit they really came to study , . pier time was part ol the daily schedule . . bermudas and sunglasses . . . suntans . . . Summer Prom . . . vve congratulated ourselves on being smart enough to choose a school with a built-in lal4e . . . and smiled as vve discussed vvith visiting students the advantages ol Wisconsin all year round . . . Fevv would admit they really came to study . . . 5 .Za i I 131 xf, wg , it C L-: L2 . .11 WET? ,... ,,,v5.,, 3, ,f ,., ,M fi .. fqf az? wr .Q 4 V 95. M ' vi,-,I f . mf gy An important force A time for new ideas . Our beliefs grew stronger College. . .a time lor new ideas . . .many ol us found ourselves questioning . . .otlwers found tlwis a time wlwen beliels grew stronger . . discussions inevitably came to religion . . . as we learned to tl1inl4 and act lor ourselves, we Found tlmat religion lwad become an important Force in our lives . . . wlietlwer we accepted it or not . . . '5S'k?TQfT:,. i '4 Eaxvvf' ' .-f,4.4i,.1,Y 'Q 'if .mr f,. ' .iff . rf-. Constantly, we learned from otlwers and about otlwers . . more important, vve began to l4novv ourselves . . sometimes, tliere was a need to be alone . to question and to vvonder. .to tliinlc and to decide . .vvlwo am l and vvlwat do l vvant . .vvlwat can l give . . it suddenly became quite important . . college was almost over . . we lcnew tliat tlwe time For understanding ourselves was novv . . . soon we would pe Hgrovvn up" and expected to l4novv . 13-L We began to know ourselves . A need to b e alone. . 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A A 124.5 V ,Ziff 1. ,D 'ff I ji ft 4 - 1 x jab.. 1,7 g,-'fy' 1 X .Ib A -A gf' fl '1"' - 'Q 'um ,gm -1 xg - -' L.-,f ," I.: F ' .- A., r,..,' . 13-1:5 ,- -' ,c 9,41 lf - . :,-,' Qs , Q" I gh , , . ,. ,. 7.71 ' '.i-,-su . z - I , A. -ff iff' v 'Cff-N . vi,-.'.-e, .-,ff L- , ' pf Y. .s ,:,?':.v, Im, ,, N. -.nf 1.1 '11 .- .- , . - - . , . V, , 3 Lg w , , Mg .f ', ' ,fra . .HV n Privacy became an important commodity Privacy became an important commodity . . sometimes it was slwared with tlwose closest. We discussed and planned our lives . . . the Future . . . so close and yet so tar away . so strange that one day we would be college seniors . . . tlwe next day we would be olums . . . after 12:30 sessions became longer and more serious . . . 'IOO days till graduation . . . and still so mucli to discover and to learn . , . about everytlwing . . . about ourselves . . We discussed ond planned our lives Shared with those closest . , . The next day we would be cnlums , . 7 lt vvcis just G beginning . . College was people ond learning of them and from them .A 1 e n ,. . x if P, gf A ,,. ' Y 'Q i v . 'A-fx ?" ,..,.,lU Tig X53 2 RJ' NN, A A, V' , .2 mx ,M XM I 5 A f M M fi' 9 f sw X gk Vi 5 0 ' X x x C6 7 6' N, .woml 7 1- xummlwcmv-1 :saw 32 t We Found ourselves looking as we had learned from the people . . . Looking to the Future, we Found ourselves looking as we lwad learned lrom tlwe people . . . lrom tl'1e very lirst roommate . . . tlwe favorite prolessor . . ,tlwe close lriends We lelt We had known lorever . . . many ol tlweir ideas and values lwad become part ol us . . . We suddenly realized tlwat books and term papers and lectures and assignments were only tlie smallest part ol learning . . . college was people and learning ol tliem and lrom tlwem . . .and it was just a beginning . . .we lwad learned, yes . . .but perlwaps tlwe biggest aclfiievement was just learning liow to learn . . . 139 many little things we'd remember The lake, the piers, and spring . Funny, there were so many little things Welcl remember, too . . . the lal4e, the piers ancl spring . . .Wisconsin Winterancl icy lalls . . .Bascom l-lall . . .the fountain . . . the Union . . . the First radio station . . . Qbservatory Drive ancl Langdon Street . . . the mill4 machines and the beer barrels . . . the pub, the Pharm, the Co-op. . .coulcl these be the things that alums are macle ol? . . . l E RIALQQ -.. - f , fry 4 ,. ,, 5 -rf! . -in ,. l 1' l 591 A. 2 s' n :ga it ,'1 . I .-xr 5 KX l'd like to work someplace exciting . . . 142 lnterviews . . . For a senior, a proud word and a learlul Word . . . many ol us were surprised to learn tlwat after Four years We really didn't care for our majors . . . Htliere certainly is a need lor engineers" . . .liints and weelcly lists from l'l7 Bascom . , . "somehow l get tlie Feeling tliis is a man's World" . . . utl1at's not mucli ol a salary lor lour years ol sutleringi '...' ld lil4e to vvorl4 someplace exciting' '... New York, San Francisco, Chicago, Minneapolis, Peoria, xlanesville,anywl1ere . . . adding up to tl'ie most exciting and important decisions of our lives . . . l-lints and weekly lists from 'i'i7 Bascom . . . The most exciting ond important decisions of our lives . . . mem mm V 143 APERIW V' AIT" 7 ,ES jfs, - if ' - , . '-1 :. so: . f ' ' ' N ' " . . I- , SAB!! - , vifiwnomant in Kem' H t 2 x?'L"'f1'- ' mst nAii'BA3I'm2" sq 9,5 mg 5171- M Auimods mam-my .,,,,,,q, The ofFiciol uniform of our immediate careers For some, the future was easily decided The Future looked brighter when it was shared For some, the future was easily decided . , . graduation found some ol us donning the official uniform of our immediate career . . . we began as olticers in a ready-made position . . .others chose another career . . .the future looked brighter when it was shared . . .ancl responsibility divided . . . lor graduation meant commissioning lor some, marriage For others . . 5 A glance at the challenge ahead 146 The day Finally came . . . graduation for the class of 1961 . parents and relatives came to applaud tlwe erlorts ol Four years . . . we were complimented on the clwallenge vve lwad accepted . . .and given a glance at tlwe challenge alwead . . .Monday morning . . .and it was over . . . 'Kit doesn't seem possible" . . . ul didnlt really believe l'd ever mal4e it' '... four years vvere gone . . . some tears . . . a numb feeling and a little emptiness . . . Graduation for the class of 1961 The day Finally came xx KS ff' QQXN 'iff "' ,222 X I 3 f 5 f A , I yy., 6 f ,151 much had happened 148 A remembering day . . . but also, Q looking-ahead dcxy It seemed such a short time since vve had gathered in the stocl4 pavilion as freshmen . . . so much had happened the classes and the parties and the activities and the friends . . . all part ol the University ol Wisconsin and our education . . . no other four years, no other learning experience would be quite the same . . . a remembering day . . . but also, a loolcing-ahead day . . No other Four years would be quite the same . . . 149 W mm. ,wmmm ,,-, -f W I Z f 7 , x 3? if NV Z ,W W, Ss 4 Uwx. WM'4Ys'Z11577' """ .M-122222 x . wmv: ,','1 4 fx ZMpQ,-..M.m...ZZ ....... 7 7 W N f.':.f'E:75'E-E 3 . M J I ':g Y S X gwj ..... .... .,., M , 1 " ,,,, , :W "1 i 1, W, ...... '- . 5---W Lcacczaig i ,..,. Q ' I 2 s Miha Z f X J Z Governor Gaylord Nelson Mr. Gaylord Nelson, a graduate of tl'1e blniversityls Lavv Sclrool, class of 1942, has expressed a deep interest in students and in the University. Governor Nelson's recommendations led to legislation wlwiclw establislwed a statewide loan program For students and granted appro- priations for researcli. Before beginning lwis First term as governor in 'l959, Mr. Nelson was a Madison attorney and a member of the State Senate. The University oi Wisconsin's educationai and adminis- trative programs were carried out under the direction oi Dr. Conrad Eiveiwjem, the tiwirteentii president of time university. Prior to becoming president in 1958, Dr. Eiveirijem served the University in the capacity oiCi1airman oi the Biochem- istry Department and as Dean oi tiwe Graduate Sciiooi. President Conrad Elvehiem Board of Regents The University ol Wisconsin Board of Regents, appointed by the Governor, represents the people ol Wisconsin as it assists in the Formation ol the state university's policies and laws. These lavvs include decisions on Faculty salaries, the university presiclent's election, and rules and regula- tions lor the management ol all University property. , l University of Wisconsin Board of Regents for 1960-61-Seated: A. Matt. Werner, Carl E. Steiger, Oscar Rennebohm. Standingf George E. Watson, Charles D. Gelatt, Arthur DeBardeleben, Robert C. Bassett, l-larold A, Konnalc, Ellis E, Jensen, Jacob F. Friedriclc. 154 Board of Visitors The Board oi Visitors serves the university Board oi Regents in an advisory capacity. It is composed ol twelve members: three appointed by the Governor, three by the Regents, and six by the Alumni Association. The Board observes campus lite, discusses university problems at monthly meetings, and makes an annual report to the Board of Regents. University of Wisconsin Board of Visitors For 1960-61-Seated: Mrs. Robert Hall, Bidwell Gage, Mrs. David Jones, Mrs. Eldon B. Russell. Standing. Arthur A. Cirilli, Richard C. Smith, Arthur J. O'l-iara, Catherine B. Cleary, Mrs. Samuel N. Rickard, Milton E. Schneider, Russell A. Teckemeyer. cz:- 5 Dean of Students: Leroy E. Luberg Dean of Students As Dean of Students since 1958, Leroy E, Luberg has slwown a strong interest in student and faculty activities and relations at tlwe University. ln tlwe past year, Dean Luberg lwas served on many commit- tees sucli as Sl.lC,l-ligli Sclwool l2elations,and Residence l-lalls. Dean Luberg also serves as advisor to Wisconsin Pre-Views. Dean of Men: Theodore Zillman V Dean of Women During the year, Martha Peterson, Dean ol Women, supervised the women's housing program and served as advisor to many Womens organizations. She was also active on various student-faculty committees. Before coming to the University ol Wisconsin in 1956, Dean Peterson served as Dean ol Women at the University of Kansas. Dean of Men Since his appointment as Dean ol Men in 1951, Theodore Zillman has been concerned with the regulation of all non-academic activities ol men students. l-lis committee interests include l-ligh School Relations, I2.0.T.C., and Student Personnel. Dean Zillman came to the University aiter World War II as a counselor to returning veterans. Before joining the University of Wisconsin administration, he practiced lavv. Dean of Women: Miss Martha Peterson 4'.A'A'L 157 Vice President of Academic Atfairs: Fred H. Harrington Vice President of Business and Finance: A. W. Peterson 158 Vice President of Academic Affairs As the Universityis vice-president ol academic aliairs, Mr. Fred H. Harrington vvorl4ed with the deans oi the various colleges to plan a balanced program of education in lceeping with the Universityis academic standards. He also served on the lvladison-UW co-ordinating committee. Mr. Harrington, a professor oi history, is a specialist in the Fields oi American Diplomatic Pelations and the Civil War Period. He vvas Formerly the chairman oi the Univer- sity History Department. Vice Presidentof Business and Finance Mr. A. W, Peterson, serving as vice-president oi business and Finance, supervises the purchasing of land for the Wis- consin campus and the Financial planning connected With construction. He is also responsible For the hiring of non- academic personnel. Mr. Peterson is an authority on space advancement, he serves as Wisconsinis representative to the Association oi Universities ior Research in Astronomy. ln addition to Filling these positions, Mr. Peterson is also secretary for the Board oi Regents. Registrar: Paul L. Trump Assistant to the President Prof. Robert Taylor, associate protessor oi journalism and former director of the University News Service, assumed the position ot Assistant to the President in 1960, Prof. Taylor, aWisconsin graduate, joined the University Faculty in 1948 alter a varied career in the nevvs Field, Aspecialist in higher education promotion and public relations, Rroi. Taylor is also active in the American College Public Rela- tions Association. Secretary to the Faculty: Alden W. White Registrar ln his position as Registrar, Mr. Raul l.. Trump supervises the details of registration and Freshman Qrientation. The relatively nevv summer advance registration program For Freshmen was made possible through his ettorts. Mr. Trump also vvorl4s vvith the American College Testing Project and serves as state coordinator for Wisconsin. This is a program tor highschool seniors to help determine college placement, scholarships, and loans. Assistant to the President: Robert Taylor Secretary to the Faculty The Secretary oi the Faculty, Mr. Alden White, has a position entailing great etticiency and organization. l-lis responsibility to the student body includes directing the publication ot semester time tables, catalogues, and Final exam schedules. l-le is also responsible lor coordinating plans For each University commencement. lVlr. White, a graduate of Wisconsin, is also the man to thanlc for maintaining the Bascom l-lall information desl4 159 Financial Advisor: Ray l.. l-lilsenhotl Special Services As Student Financial Advisor, Mr. Ray Hilsenhotl handles the Finances oi all student organizations and audits all accounts. The oftice handles approximately three million dollars a year in ticlcet sales For such things as concerts and l-lumorology and l-lcrresioot productions. Professor Porter Butts, olten called the dean of Union directors, coordinates the Union statl and works with students as the advisor to the Union Directorate and secretary oi the Union Council. As a student in 1996, Mr. Butts led a fund-raising drive to erect a Student Union and was chosen its First director in 1928. ln his position as director of the Student l-lealth Depart- ment, Dr. John Flinn is in charge of all clinical and in- Firmary worlc. The department ditlers from that ol many other universities in that it takes lull responsibility for the stu- dent. lts worlc begins with an entrance history and continues throughout the students attendance at the University. As director of the University News Service, Mr. jaclc Newman assigns stories to his statt and upon their com- pletion, edits and distributes the releases to city and state newspapers and radio and television stations. 160 Union Director: Porter Butts Student Health: Dr. John H. Flinn News Service: ,lack Newman 1 Student Employment: Marion E. Tormey Activities: Elmer E. Meyer Student Counseling: Lewis E. Drake Miss Marion Tormey's position as director of the Uni- versity Student Employment Bureau is one which attects many Wisconsin students. The Bureau is maintained Uto assist men and women students who are partially or wholly self-supporting during their attendance at the University." This includes contacts with prospective employers and scheduling a variety of jobs. As director of Student Activities, Mr. Elmer Meyer acts as a liaison between students and the administration in sharing his ideas with both. Registering social events, certifying student eligibility lor activities, and registering all student organizations are functions ol the agency. The Student Counseling Center, directed by Mr. Lewis Drake, helps the student with such problems as selecting a vocation, choosing a college major, and resolving personal problems. Mr. Drake also supervises the counseling, re- search, and various testing programs administered by the Center. As director of Residence l'lalls, Mr. Newell Smith has the responsibility of co-ordinating all University-owned living units. Mr. Smithls headaches include supervising the assignment of Freshmen to the halls they desire and assuring upperclassmen of roommates of their choice. Residence Halls: Newell J. Smith Q -, ffrv r H fmg.:.w-W, if' vw , we-g:x.7:,11.,,. , r 4 " 'T-LY ' it rf-"At f ' -, 'f. Tir- my-4-ff,-'-,+.-1-1.fig' LF. - , .qi Y- earn , fwfs, .5 -1 1,15 wi pix ' V . sggiwiwvf..-45wf,2wfgW4w, . 1 322.-r . N -rg, if J ..-9 mf- ' ' :--.S-rf-' .wh fm- ' ,- it G - i ,,f,y',,,4,-M .tv w- - we h 4 ,QL-. . " K' A121-. fri.-71+-fmt, .11 ' .zi 1- vw f .-'mf -fi :favs-.-4:'rf-rferlffi. - if ' ' ' 'ff .. ffffiizzi' ' 3 i' -"" rgfirnf-'If , ess, 1. -- v . , , nge? ' . -i - , -. , 'A ' ' il' V - ' riffs, , . t g ? ,V i ,iff I .go K I . ,M - ' ' ' 'i 1 ' " ' i' 4.1 r 1. si f - V , . . . , J . 1 t.-I 'I - -f. t. I E i' 'ilk T3 , 'Q k . XL 11, 4 X i .. , ii :Vx . - V . I - 1 q . I. I -, Terry l-luxhold and Gerry Kulcinslci, athletes and engineering students, received the Schreiner Memorial Scholarships through the Foundation last year. l-larlan C. Nicholls, treasurer of the Foundation, presents a check for 56,672 to George l-l. Young, dean of the Law School, to con- tinue support ot the George Ives l-laight protessorship in lavv. University of Wisconsin Alumni and friends play an important role in the lile ol the University. Realizing that their personal achievement and happiness is built on the solid loundation acquired in Madison, many alumni contribute annually to their Alma Mater. Qthers, moved by social responsibility, l4novv that our schools and colleges-even those that are tax-assisted- cannot perform productively Without generous and con- tinuing support from friends and alumni. ln 1945 a group ot alumni organized the University of Wisconsin Foundation to solicit, accept and use gifts. A private, non-protit corporation, the Foundation has com- piled an admirable record ol service to our great state university. Robert B. Rennebohm, executive director, is in charge oi the Foundationis otiice located in the Wisconsin Center, an adult education building given to the University by the Foundation, 162 Each year a greater number of former students join in giving to the Annual Alumni Fund, The class of 'I9'lO's 5Oth anniversary gift of S27 OOO was presented by Bill Klinger to President Elvehjem Foundation Gifts from alumni, friends, corporations and foundations help every phase of University life. A B C D E F G I-I I J Many students do not realize while they are on campus that the fees and tuition they pay fall far short of defraying the cost of their education. Even tax money appropriated by the legislature is not sufficient to carry onthe University's tradition of leadership. The Wisconsin ldea must be supple- mented by gifts from corporations, foundations, alumni, friends, and faculty. ln 1960 the Foundation reached the 55,000,000 marl4 in contributions. The figures to the right show how this money is being used to benefit every phase of campus life. The demand for more and better educational facilities becomes a necessity as more and more students floclc to the University. Voluntary contributions provide the added weight which can swing the precarious balance of an expanding budget. State and federal tax laws have been re-written to encourage large and regular donations for educational purposes. The University of Wisconsin Foundation worlcs closely with friends and alumni who desire to establish trusts, memorials, or legacies. All money accepted by the Founda- tion is used to support the causes for which tax money is not available. All former students are informed regularly of the achieve- ments and needs of the University through general mailings concerning the Annual Alumni Fund. You, too, will be given an opportunity to participate in this vital work so that when your children are ready for college, the Uni- versity will be ready for them. "This ls Your University," an informational booklet paid for by the Foundation, is viewed by Robert B. Rennebohm, UWF executive director, James E. Bie, UWF administrative secretary, Dean Fayette l'l. Elwell chairman of the Know Your University Committee, and Steve W. Weinke, president of the class of 1961. K L M N Allocation of 355,000,000 in gifts to the University of Wisconsin Foundation: 'l A Wisconsin Center for Adult Education 52,373,000 B Professorships 355,750 C Scholarships, Fellowships, and Loans 330,475 D Alumni l-louse Building Fund 250,175 E Administration 236,500 F Real Estate 93511 50 G Unrestricted Funds 239,425 l-l Miscellaneous Restricted Funds 228,050 l Pledges of Future Payments 190,600 J Scientific Research 185,575 K Special Apparatuswand Equipment 121,150 L Medical Library 119,875 M Auditorium Addition to Wisconsin Center 351400 N Other Buildings 55,975 TOTAL 555,000,000 163 a- va in 5 X ,agua ,KJ :Nt WNW F X XXQNN A -Q1 Ret 49 'mg'rlg"t'Ji 1 XJR, L has One hundred years ago, in june of 1861, Ha little band of university graduates" gathered together for the purpose of "keeping alive, amidst other excitements, the spirit of loyalty to their . . . Alma Materf' Today, a lull century later, the Wisconsin Alumni Association is still dedicated to the precept ol its original constitution-Hto promote by organized etiort the best interests ot the University of Wisconsin." And since its founding, the Association has grown from its original Ulittle handx' of graduates into the strong right arm of the University vvith a membership of over 22,000 loyal Wisconsin alumni. During the past year, the activities of the Wisconsin Alumni Association were highlighted by the Centennial theme. fr ss Q 9 Maxx, 5:43 3' rx Q K N ww' feds, 1- sflwf-tl-sw -1' M -wt f 41 sf ss gm'm2S5'wfF M M Mx 2 iiewifs sfwlf W tix?-ffrmiigfi' fs s-iii? ALA. 5, at is sag: , I Qs:-1c-W:-:I:-zzossfz-': 522'-' 3E2,7::'47-:c-if:7xf:P:'::2:4+:l1.Zs-.' . ni. if, fi- 'xv Q 4, Ava M3 vf,t P 1-A. 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Wisconsin Alumni Association ssh as-r - V-f-gt: gy.-:5,:,.f,:g.:,:, the 100th e halftime Ol-Ficers of the Wisconsin Alumni Association pose for a portrait. From left to right, they are Walter A. Frautschi, treasurer, Dr. Norman O. Becker, First vice-president, Miss Maxine Plate, secretary, Don Anderson, president, Martin P. Below, chairman of the board, and Lloyd Larson, second vice-president. 164 The year began with a Kick-QPF Dinner which was held in the Wisconsin Center and featured Miss Catherine Cleary, a director oi the Association, Gov. Gaylord Nelson, University President Conrad A. lflvehjem, and Regent President Carl lf. Steiger as principal speakers. The Wisconsin Alumni Clubs throughout the state and nation organized their Founders Day meetings along Cen- tennial lines. Special meetings were held in l4ey cities in the state to help promote understanding ol the Uni- versityis budget problems For the coming biennium. Special issues oi the "Wisconsin Alumnusfi otiicial publication oi the Association, were otiered in February and June oi this year. These two issues placed their emphasis on the Universityis budget and building needs and reviewed the Wisconsin Alumni Associations achievement through its First hundred years. ln addition, the Association also pub- lished special material on the University budget and building problems which was distributed to l4ey people in the state. The high point oi the year-long celebration was sched- uled ior Commencement time. A Festive Centennial Dinner was held and proved to be the top attraction at the weelc- end as distinguished and loyal Wisconsin alumni returned to their Alma Mater. Although the Centennial celebration occupied the major portion oi the year's activities, the Alumni Association continued to serve the University in many areas. Co- operation with the two other alumni arms oi the University in raising Funds, supervision oi the Alumni Records Qtiice, continued progress on planning For an Alumni l-louse, and a close liaison with the members of the Senior Council oi the Class oi'l96'l were among the contributions oi eiiective alumni support made by the Association during the year. The many projects oi the Alumni Association are super- vised by its Board oi Directors. The decisions oi the Board are implemented by john Berge, executive director of the Association, who is concluding his twenty-Fifth year in alumni worlc. Edward I-l, Gibson is Field secretary, working with alumni clubs throughout the state, Arthur l-love is editor at the "Wisconsin Alumnusn, and Mrs. Edith Knowles is otiice manager. John Berge Ccenterb leaves the Field at halftime of the Homecoming game after he had been presented with a blanlcet and a cane For his Q5 years of service as executive director ot the Wisconsin Alumni Association. l-le is flanked by Paul Pohle, president of the National Club and by Don Anderson, president of the Associ- ation. Among the distinguished alumni who gathered at the Wisconsin Alumni Associations Centennial Kick-OFF Dinner were Carl E. Steiger, president of the Board of Regents, Miss Catherine Cleary, vice-president of the First Wisconsin Trust Co., Gaylord Nelson, Governor oi Wisconsin, and Donald Slichter, president of the North- western Mutual Life Insurance Co. nfl 165 Agriculture Ag l-lall Agricvlture . . . wlwy do tliey spell it lilce tlwat on Ag l-lall'?. . .wlwat does tlwe word symbolize on tlwe uni- versity campus'?. . .perhaps a pitclwlork. . . or more seriously acquiring an appreciation ol rural lile and dignity . . . Ag l-lall . . . time stairways spiraling up into the core ol ag campus life. . . Babcoclc Dairy Bar vvitlw its extra B16 ice cream cones. . . time puslicart in Front ol Ag Library where so many eartlwslmalcing events are decided. tlwey d eltlwer provlde pillovvs for lectures or more gurls A:,A ,.: ,:,, f -- .- oo l lllce dorm llvlng but lt s nolsler than In y "t4't country grapes ag campus too removed from short course boys Increasing ratio foreign students W 0 Q , 1 N f 1 W 4552 .n . ,zgfjj f ,av 'Jw X f, Us 43.4555 if M ,V .,,-:Mg-1-s,q1.5.,., ,1ff.tg11:1a.z-1--rw ,wifi 1: .QF W-I H, f y,vgffff4,f 'ff f' ,pl sax-my, ,4-g,,.p.f.....5,. ., 1 .4 1 '- ""' ' ' '- fl. fl: H 4-vb',?,-R3. ,451 ,. , .. ff .. . , , . , ,v Q :ff .4 f f -' 1 ' f JA , ., .. .. 4. .JA f.. 1... H.. ,Af .. ... 4, . .4 .!,,.,.f,,z.,.,..,,,,,l, V - loa f. ., ..f. ,. . . Q.. -,f ,. , 7 if . 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'f y fi A 4 L , QL ' X 9 4 1 j i... - A Q 5 s Ag e? -1 y ,1 PM Offers broad versatile education . . 167 f ff Q Commerce The world of business unfolds . . . 168 Fun cmd educcltion ct Commerce Turnout A center of knowledge . . my Er A center of l4novvledge vvliere tlwe world ol business unfolds. . .Commerce Scliool. . . loccxted riglit beliind Boscom l'lc1ll. . .cicross from tlie Ccirillon lower. . . songs ol success in Business Administration. . . Liglwt Building lndustry . . . disputing . . . listening . . . oc- cepting . . . lieciring specicil specilcers . . . trciining in business ond economic life . . . fun ond educotion C1tCOm- merce Turnout. Reosonoble specilizotion in tlwe lost tvvo yeors. . . money ond bonldng . . . lobor mcinogement . . . pre- commerce. . . subject requirements to meet. . .Would tliey ever be completed. . .were tliey vvortlw it. . . mony advisors. . . instructors. . . ond tlme clcissmotes. . . tlwere stcinds out one. . . Deon E. A. Goumnitz. . . long remembered lwours spent in occounting clciss . . . B-'lO . . . Commerce librory occupied muclw of tlie busy time. . . times never Forgotten . . . cloys never regretted . . . tlwe experiences of educcition ore olweod. , . . , . W. - f 1.651 s...g4,.n.... -...L '.- -. . - ' lI5ibE::5b,:M vw- .,.,,. , ' . ..,x,,,,.,,,m :, Wawwmn A' f W wmwffwgizfv .. . -lazy A . ,WW QA ,VYY n:n.,.7 W M N . mw "'tfS+s:ww,,,,,, -Nw-'xf.n. -w 4 !mm MM 7' rwgmgww -v. 4 Occupied much of the busy time i - s 5 f i 7" "' ,,,,M,.,.,., .... .,,, ..,., .,V, , ii 9iwi9'emi.zwg44.gn-pzggmfw. tp ,,-.f .. ' ' ':.:,f- Msn ,f.1zf',s3,: 'r" fgilz- 1: 'r f H.19?N:uxin. . .vw5w.ee' , . .,-"c i " ' f f ' . 1 xi 12,1v.mJ.ai4w7,':'f',P . Mx'-'ff-,:-1'se:.'2f -z,:-1' 4, 2 .V ,, f . , , .ry f 1 ' ' V.,..:fffz:.,.- 12 - ' in.. i V'i. 4-R. Deon E. A. Goumnitz . . 4. I.. . ,Mg Education The home of the school of education 170 Living to learn . . . learning to teach . . . practice teaching . . .Wisconsin,West,and Eostl-lighschools. . . additional opportunities . . . job experience . . . weelcs in the Field. . .days in the classroom. . . hours in the library . . . opportunities for sell-expression . . . art edu- cation . . . Future leaders who will guide the future of our notion. Books, for ourselves and others Opportunities for sell-expression . . . The home of the School of Education . . . located on Bascom l-lill . . . the Education Building . . . Dean, Lindley Stiles. . . our advisors, instructors, and assistants. . .primary or secondary. . .we made our choice. . . loool4s, lor ourselves and others. . . to train the mind . . . junior year and that 2.5 . . . speech cer- tification . . . new four-year major . . . there is a demand lor teachers . . . a desire to Fill that demand . . . training to make life a more Worth-while "A' experience. Dean Lindley J. Stiles . . . 171 Engineering Dean Kurt Wendt . . . r ,.an.1 znmn The engineering building . . . Armed with slide rules and drawing boards . . . their home is the engineering campus . . . where opportunities are unlimited. . . electrical testing, surveying, building, planning, calculating . . . the engineering building . . . the engineer's library. . . E. lf. lounge. . .sometimes they wished they had a Hmechanicaln brain. . . Dean, Kurt Wendt. . . instruction and research, predominate Fields. Success due to many hours of toil . . . Dreaming ol constructing bridges, roads, and towers . . . many many reports due. . .deadlines to meet for all projects . . . never enouglw time . . . cliemical, civil, elec- trical, or meclwanical . . . we become engineers . . . we grew beards in Marcln. . .because "St Pat vvas an engineer" . . . extensive and expensive laboratories . . . experimentation leads to improvements . . . marked clranges from year to year . . . success due to many hours of toil . . . in the Field, in tlwe lab, in tlwe classroom . . . work never done in vain. Building, planning, calculating Extensive and expensive laboratories . . . 1 J Extension Division "line Wisconsin ldea . . . tlwe University of Wisconsin responsible not just to campus residents, but to residents oi tl'1e entire state" . . . tvvo parallel extension services . . . agricultural and university extensions . . . services in many areas. . . in Ag, specialists and representatives to dis- tribute information to rural people . . . under tlwe Uni- versity extension services . . . extension sclwools tlwrouglwout the state . . . niglwt classes . . . distribute copies of time BADGER yearbook to all lwiglw sclwools, compliments oi tlwe Board oi Regents . . . conduct time University correspond- ence service. 4 University extension . . . Responsible not just to campus residents . . . 174 Dean L. I-I. Adolfson . . . University extension. . . service For all . . . course in creative writing for prisoners in Waupun State Prison . . . correspondence courses all over the World . . . 400 dif- ierent courses . . . 'l3,000 students . . . letter iromaSouth American boy addressed to Hlviassachusetts U., Texas, USA., asking for a course in Sanskrit" . . . handicapped students Finish their schooling . . . most popular subjects . . . engineering, commerce, mathematics and English . . . one-haii of that degree Work by correspondence. Services in many areas . . . i i ll? 1f4' 1 v A ri'r 484.-fi 1 i r 3 V ,ji ,i , I iii A 'K sf t i i"' " ii ' is ' i AF?" i , It V' - m2s.,ym.4 .f , " , V J, . QM, s , , ww' ' -1ff'ff2i??fKL v ' , ' A WQSCCBRSEIQ ' ' 'ftbii' Ki? iffkii' gmzeigr fn mem, frees- ltif Affwikilzbiii rm 1 Q TSNIQEM A A i . H ff, , ' V ' 1 ..,' 9 . Extension schools throughout the state . . -f if 1 1-.f, its gi, 22 I. 1, i 4 - i K Q V 4' ,. -.Z..-i--- 431, " I X, 5 V V, , I 5 If Q. X ii' 9'-"rn-'-Tc' G3 i fi ' R t Q 'x ' f ' '1'1f3'2-215?'j"f4 fv s 2 N f- f if I ' Q 42" 1.-Emi . , Q , 7 ' V GJ J Q. gf, . km 1. H 'f' ' gi. s 0 it t f . it ggi V filet' ' :-1:4-' ,. - f f i?" 4 """ ' A i'J he -1 :z:,:.:- gf V F ga Graduate School Diversity the lceynote. . .serious study the password . . . ugradstudentsn . . . seminars and study sessions . . LMA", HB" or. . .Flunl4. . .ah, apartment dwelling. . . re- sponsibilities. . . many are married. . . those teaching assistants, as all English 'lA students l4now . . . on a more informal basis with your professors . . . at least 'cmost of them will bum a cigarette from you now" . . . headaches . . . long papers. . .thesis For THE degree. . . many on scholarships from other countries, . . or worlcing lor one to go abroad. Diversity the keynote . . . Dean J. E. Willard 176 f. 5 To be found in all areas of study. . . To be Found in all areas of study. . .and in every area for studying. . .corners. . .nooks and crannies. . .pubs . . .apartments. . .Glen and Anns . .tlie married stu- dents at lwome Wbile baby sitting. . .sometimes the library . . .Field trips. . .special studies, experiments and reports . . .projects to complete for degree requirements. . . assistants in researclw areas of all tlwe various departments . . .only one step away From tolcing tlweir place. . .in tlie World. . .in tbeir clwosen Field. . . Law School A clear insight into human nature. . . Aspiring young lawyers. . .long, legal and Latin terms always kept in mind. . .to be spouted Forth at the least provocation. . .Found Wherever an interesting argument seems imminent. . .or there is a political air or smoke- lilled room. . .Hthat statement has no legal basis in fact" . . .Uprecedence For Free love in 'l846". . flyes, but overruled in 1907". . .dates at hand for all occasions, fact and Figure. . .fast talking for one and all. . . 178 Stacks of books A vast legal knowledge necessary. . . louglw requirements. . .demanding sclnedules. . .stacks ol books to pore over. . .tlwe arts ol persuasion and argu- ment to be mastered. . .a vast legal lcnawledge necessary to backitupaswellasaclearinsiglwtinto lwuman nature. . . Hlaw scliool is easy-sans Final quizzes". . .tl'1ere's been an addition. . .a new law library. . .but tlwe biggest asset. . .tlne men vvitlw promising legal or political careers alwead. . . ,....a-1-f""l 1 4 ' f Deanlfieorge l-l. Young. . . 179 Letters ancl Science l. 84 S. . .hovv do you Figure out your requirements from that catalog. . .BA or BS. . .Hhow can l get out of those lab sciences". . .Uloolc at this horrible schedule for my chem majoru. . .what to do with precious electives. . . diversity-specialize. . .or socialize. . .'l7 credits. . . term papers required for all juniors and seniors. . .six- vveel4s, twelve-vveelcs-and Finals. . .ul forgot about my language requirement". . .Utal4e Greek". . .learning a little about everything. . .the important meetings in Front of Bascom. . .bloclcing traltic. . ."let's tal4e a breal4 in the Ratf' The hill students. . .what does perpendicular mean. . . didn't you ever vvall4 up Bascom l'lill. . .bring your ovvn candles to Q72 Bascom. . .so many large lectures. . .so many ditlerent student aims. . .yet all aimed at preparing for the Future. . . The hill students. , , Learning a little of everything -- H---W-1-f : WM Diversify-specialize. . . Six-weeks, twelve-weeks and Finals. . . Deon M. H. lngrchcsm. . . Medical School Dean John Z. Bowers. . . We worked, listened, and watched. . . We were medical students. . .we prepared. . .tlwere was the long intensive training. . .we looked toward our goal and its rewards. . .we had too muclw to lose to quit now. ...we worked, listened, and watched. . .all this for two important letters alter our name. . .classes no one else understood. . .neural anatomy, anestlwesiology, gyne- cology, and oncology. . .we lwad all niglwt reviews. . . we took exams. . . 182 l All fit into our daily schedule. . . slohn Z. Bowers, Dean of the School of Medicine. . .in charge of the school. . .there was anxiety, tension, fatigue, and frustration. . .but a spirit that wouldn't let us give up . . .we met people. . .had rich experiences in pro- fessional training. . .spent three months on preceptorship . . .internship. . .the University l-lospital. . .yes,eventhe infirmary. . .cull fit into our daily schedule. . .rewards evidenced themselves before training was over. ...there were many wonderful days. . .wonderful people. . . learning ci wonderful profession. . . The University Hospital. . . Pharmacy School 'I he Pharmacy Building. . . We had orientation courses. . prerequisites. . .hours ol lah. . .hours ol lecture. . .it's along way to go... .to become a pharmacist. . .our home, the Pharmacy Building . . .contained many strange machines. . .our program, many strange courses. . .pharmaceutical chemistry. . . drugstore practice. . .pharm manufacturing. . .there's more to a drugstore than a soda loun always For the right answer. . .then one day. . .to dis- cover we l4new the answer. . tain. . .searching 184 More to a drugstore than a soda fountain. . .,. 4- -.M--f..,v-:qfsf:4s.- -,-sf ,f - .Q 151-.A-.Eg RIN . , v i ' ' '- 1 . : j wal ww viill' E - X .r -. ..,.,, V? . A .. ,, , .. A ,A xx Q X X t , 2 " X' :Q WY X t A W Q W s A Q X X 3 m X 5 x r vmfxgs xx 63" W Q X X ' X Nmml tx? tx HQ 54. Xtv, S 2, H r R A N A Q r .vs S R ws st 5 1 ' af is X 3 , NY X wr? - s r f G X ?-1 ' X, K i X ,, r we f sat 3 M. -if 1-:flea-3? at ' ' R' X S-,,..S' N X3-zwiszix 3 iv. - . 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' , , . .,.. , ' ' . i s " t 1 .s.- 9,5 Xcggfssi ki N X X A Q! vs o it U 4, 4 tt X , Rn 'f s R 51 5 n ts,x 4 Q4 1 iz? 1 1 4 5 X, - . frm. 2 V 1.-M ' , so A ,Q f 542, wt M W Q qgxzg s A' ? ff Q12 9' , W sim' ,f t V f ir f If W' f""H1EQ X 5? wi " 3 qi f y e ,, X Q W ,A I or 'fn or a s s t Many strange machines. . . Ours is an old school. . .established on the university campus in 1883. . .one of the best ol its l4ind. . .headed byDean Arthurl-l.Uhl. . .itoFfers. . .researchin chemistry . . .the physics of tablet compression. . .and pharma- ceutical practice. . .it otlers. . .an urgency of purpose . . .goals to be achieved. . .learning For a Future way of life. . . Dean Arthur l-l. Uhl. 18 5 Z Z Z Z Z Z Z Z Z Z Z f Z Z Z 7 M W W X X S S .I S 77 Z f 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 f 7 7 f 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 GALE JAN W l Phi Beta appa Founded in 1776 l-lonorary Scholastic Society Seniors -1960 l-larvey Louis Barash l-larold Been Stephen J. Bensman Richard Kenneth Blankstein Gail Ann Chechik Ronald Jay Clausen Felice Marsha Davis Jane Alice Davison Kitty Dubielzig Dunn Karen Ellen Erickson Susan Zelda Feldman Ruth Bilbe Foltz John Guy Fought Robert l-loward Friebert Paul Merret Greene Noel Lee Griese Matthew James Iverson Marilyn Joanne John Sandra Sobel Karsh David Williamson Kent Kathleen Marian Knapp William Joseph Knee Ann French Lee Judith Mary Lerdahl Elmer Theodore Magnuson Joanne Manhori Daniel Stephen May Floyd Willard McBurney Jr Alan Ross McCanse MacArthur McKichan Jr. Ronald Edward Michelson Judith Anne Miller Willian Arthur Nohr Jerrold Clarence Rodesch Gordon Karl Walter Roeder Janet Karen Sagem Brenda Shapiro George l-lerman Siemers Oralee Ann Stiles Patricia Carelli Swenson Robert Micheal Terry Alice l-lansen Triggs James Walter Wesolowski Deetje J. Wildes Walker DeMarquis Wyman Beryl Roxanne York 188 Juniors-1960 Patricia Ann Aldag Allan Clitford Button Judith Ann Davies Charles l-lenry Engel lsadora Anne Goldstein Barbara Jeon Gordon Carmella Ciotti l-luser Milton Bruce Lambert Joan Mary Radl William Mark Resnick Reginold Rutherford David Andrew Sheridan Mary Dawn Ysebaert Iron Cross Paul Charles Boylan Alan C. Cole Eugene Eidenberg Edward Robert Garvey Guy Robert l-lonold David Frank l-lundhausen Gerald l.aVerne Kulcinslci Douglas Michael MacNeil David Andrew Sheridan Bruce Edgar Thorp Thomas VV. Towers Daniel Edward Webster 189 Mortar Board Each spring outstanding junior women are chosen for membership in Mortar Board, a national honorary sorority. Qualification is based on scholarship, leadership, ability, and service to the school. Many worthwhile service activities were performed by the girls. The organization handled information on the new honors program vvith special emphasis on the eligible students. They also sold carnations on Parents Week-end to cover project expenses and held a joint meeting with lron Cross, men's honorary society. Mortar Board held professional meetings with speakers who were outstanding women in their Field. The general theme of the meetings was "What are our obligations to society alter graduation". Qtlicers this year were Arlin Bangs, president, Barbara Gordon, vice-president, Barbara Merkel, secretary, and Mary l-larris, treasurer. Advisors were Prof. Clara Penniman, Prof. ,lulia Dalrymple, and Mrs, Theodore Crabb. Mortar Board-First Row: L. Schellin, l. Goldstein, B. Merkel, A. Bangs, B. Gordon, M. Harris. Second Row: G. Schunk, C. l-loppenteld, K. Schneider, M. Buckley, J. Johnson, L. Engleman, bl. Brokaw. 190 Mace initiates-1960 Marvin A. Bauer Michael A. Cuthbert James T. Fey Foster Freiss Joseph P. l-layes Raymond Hamel Thomas l-lughbanlts Paul G. James Warren A. Marton James Nafziger Michael J. Spector John J. Waelti Cameron Wilson John F. Wing Mace, honorary society For junior men, recognizes students who have exempliiied high standards ol leader- ship in activities and encourages them and others to attain higher goals. Monthly meetings were held where speakers appeared who discussed campus, community and national problems. An inlormal social was held with Crucible, their sister sorority. Qllicers ol the group were Warren Marton, president, and James Nalziger, secretary-treasurer. 191 Crucible-First Row: K. Larme, M. Topel, N. Nevvlin, l-look. Second Row: K. lsaksen, B. Duvve, D. Carr, N. Natwiclc Crucible 192 Qutstanding leadership, scholarship, and service to the University community are requirements for membership in Crucible, junior vvomen's honorary society. The organization sponsored a survey for a sterling silver company in the fall. A display ol silver was set up in the Union by a company representative and University co-eds evaluated the patterns. Crucible held a dinner meeting at Dean Martha Petersonys home near mid-semester and in the spring held a joint meeting with Mace, junior menls honorary society, During the year the group spent time vvorlcing on they selection of next year's members. ln the spring, Crucible held an initiation brealcfast For the newly chosen members. The officers For the year were Marcia lapel, president, Nancy Nevvlin, secretary, and Kathy l.arme, treasurer. Miss Martha Peterson, Dean of Women, served as the groupls advisor. 'Begun in 1927 to encourage high scholarship among lreshman women," Sigma Epsilon Sigma was the First Fresh- men womens' honorary sorority in the nation. It honors all Freshmen women who attain at least a 3.5 grade-point average For their First two semesters. initiation into the group is held each iall For girls lrom the Madison campus and extension centers. l-lere the girls are reminded oi the purpose oi the organization which is to emphasize scholarship as the essential aim oi college and to inspire members to even greater achievements. ln the spring all Freshmen women attaining a 3.0 or over in their First semester are introduced to Sigma Epsilon Sigma ata banquet in their honor which is co-sponsored by AWS. At Senior Swingout, the sorority awarded scholarships to freshmen women based on scholarship and need. Sigma Epsilon Sigma also honored Freshmen women who attained a 4.0 grade-point average. Officers ior the sorority were Marcia Glen, president, Katherine Larme, vice-president, Carol Kobal4, secretary, Gretchen Gericke, treasurer, Anne Rogers, assistant Dean of Women, advisor. Sigma Epsilon Sigma Sigma Epsilon Sigma-First Row: F. Anderson, R. Rappaport, B. Stelter, K. Thorson, R. Stark, S. Frank, J. Rodee, L. Johnson, B. Klumph, J. Luft, N. l-layden, E. Zeiier, B. Kay, C. Mischke, M. Schrage, A. Ekdahl, L. Curtis, C. Poch. Second Row: B. Pucel, K. Jackobs, K. Thugstad, C. Vater, E. Rebholz, P. Kimmel, S. James, D. Jensen, J. Theicling, l-l. Kramp, G. Fitzpatrick, E. Benner, J. Pettingill, J. Friedlander, B. Baratz V. Vauk C. Spoeneman, B. l-lassel. Third Row: S. Babe, S. Leschinslcy, S. Gusche, D. Eclclund, C. Gundersclortf, Y. Swain, l-l. Loehning, S. Ewers, Wilson P. Knuth, A. Siple, N. Mintz, J. Walter, J, Fiedelman, M. Metzig, J. Swiggan, D. Rivlcin. Fourth Row: B. Johnson, J. Berg, M. Gehl, L. Scarlett: A. Diestler, B. Lifton, N. Glover, C. Nechrony, K. Lokken, V. Dehn, M. Lewis, S. Berg, M. Petrof. 193 -vu Phi Eta Sigma , g .,X-,,,g,-X Phi Eta Sigma, scholastic honorary Fraternity, initiated freshmen men with a First semester 3.5 average at a spring initiation banquet. 194 Active since 1929, Phi Eta Sigma, Freshmen men's scho- lasuc honorary Haternuy, has as Hs main purpose 'the encouragement oi high scholarship in Freshmen men with the thought that the better the beginning the more chance oi a good endingf' Every Heshman man vvuh a 3.5 or above average Hmt semester or obtaining a 3.5 over tvvo semesters and carrying a Full program is invited to join this organization at initiation ceremonies held each semester. Members From the Madison campus join with members from the state's extension centers For the initiation which is iollovved by a banquet in their honon Oiiiicers are elected each semester from the elected councd vvhich E the governing body. They vvere Thomas Zizic, president, ,james Foy, vice-president, Clinton Barter, secretary, Charles Stewart, treasurer, james Parcher, his- torian, ,lon Udell, senior advisor, Paul Trump, iacultyadvisor- Phi Eta Sigma is interested in promoting scholarship in other ways than by membership in the group alone. The local chapter has purchased two traveling trophies which are awarded each year to living units For scholarship achievement. Presented at the l-lonors Convocation, one is awarded to the fraternity having the highest grade point average among their pledges, the other is given to the men's residence hall with the highest proportion ot Phi Eta Sigma members among their Freshmen. Another activity involved the distribution of a leatlet giving hints on how to study to all incoming freshmen. ln addition Phi Eta Sigma held meetings during the year whenever necessary and at times met jointly with Sigma Epsilon Sigma, freshmen women's honorary. The chapter is associated with the national organization having chapters on over 'IOO major campuses throughout the nation. lt is informed of national activities through the national magazine, "Forum," under the editorship of Dean Raul Trumphwho is also advisor to the local chapter. Phi Eta Sigma-First Row: E. Panelc, J. Parsons, M. Rozner, R. l-lughs, T. Parins. Second Row: J. Reynolds, I-I. Carlson, Dean Trump, T. Zizac, J. Fey, C. Stewart. Third Row: B. Olson, F. Festge, Jr., D. Bryan, R. Schwer, D. Martin, W. Wolf. Fourth Row: D. Travanti, W. Sperber, J. I-loops, T. Winch, R. Ricco. Fifth Row: R. Weinberg, W. Thompson, W. Gee, J. Larson, J. Protsman, R. Krieger. R ' 195 gm l Ah. . t K 'S it Alpha Zeta Alpha Zeta, honorary Fraternity For undergraduate students in agriculture, aims to Foster high standards oi scholarship and leadership and to promote the agricultural profession. The tutoring service, campus tours for high school students, and the writing and administering of the annual sophomore scholarship exam were among its many projects. Guiding the group were Guy l-lonold, president, l-loward Richards, vice-president, Ralph Mayer, secretary, John Bishop, treasurer, Michael Brunner, reporter, and John Ross, advisor. Alpha Zeta-First Row: Nl. Brunner, l-l. Richards, G, l-lonold, R. Mayer, Dr. G. W. Sledge. Second Row: J. Fett, G. Paulson, J. Waelti, W. Becker, L. Kastenschmidt, W. Kussow, F. Pumper, B. Seemann, L. Schmid. Beta Gamma Sigma Founded on this campus in 1907, Beta Gamma Sigma, the First national commerce honor fraternity, encourages and rewards scholarship and accomplishment among stu- dents ol commerce and Business administration. It is open to men and vvomen as active, faculty, or honorary members. The group held a Business meeting and initiation each semester this past year. The leaders of Beta Gamma Sigma were William Well4e, president, James Fischer, vice-pres- ident, and Angeline Lins, secretary-treasurer and advisor. Beta Gamma Sigma-First Row: A. Lins, Dean E. Gaumnitz, W. Wellce, Dean F. Elvvell, J, Fischer, P. Fox. Second Row: R. Simenson, F. Traver, E. Parrott, l-l. Fraine, K. Fraeclrich, E. Wiegner, l-l. Munnichovv. Third Row: W. Glade, W. Knight, J. Schommer, P. Knutson, G. l-locutt, J. Udell. 196 Chi Epsilon-First Row: W. Anderson, G. Smith, J. Fisher. Second Row: R. Thiel, S. Shimatani, D. Govan, I-l. l-lirt. Chi Epsilon Chi Epsilon, the honorary civil engineering Fraternity, encourages scholarship and extra-curricular activities. Maintaining a large membership ol junior and senior students, it is one ot the chapters which are located in all of the Big Ten schools. The initiation ceremony lor new members vvas one ol the group's important events. Otlicers were Gary Smith, president, William Anderson, vice-president, James Fischer, secretary, l-larlan l-lirt, treasurer, Douglas Gavan, reporter, and W. S. Cotting- ham, advisor. Eta Kappa Nu Eta Kappa Nu honors outstanding students in the Field ol electrical engineering. lts members are chosen on the basis of scholarship, leadership, and character. This year's otlicers serving the Theta chapter were Robert Rarmentier, president, John Vugrinovich, vice- president, Marshall Guell4er, treasurer, Gerald Wedlalce and John Jansen, secretaries. Eta Kappa lNlu's major project was an evaluation ol the curriculum of the engineering department. Etc Kappa Nu-First Row: A. Trieglarf, R. Waltz, D. Gunderson, R. Wick, R. Kragness, R. Mattson, R. Lyga, T. l-losp. Second Row: G. Schmitt, W. Johnson, G. Wedlalce, W. Nienovv, J. Jansen, R. Parmentier, J. Vugrinovich, M. Guelker, R. Dixon, R. Stark. Third Row: Prof. R. Griener, J. Mink, C. Pittenger, D. Wieber, P. Schneider, M. Martyn, F. Schnettler, J. Sippel, F. Gelhaus, F. Schultz, J. Westoby, R. Kartscholce. Fourth Row: M. Noth, R. Kalscheur, L. Voss, D. Ernst, P. Gauerlce, F. Novacheclc, W. Thelen, D. Sanford, R. I-leggestad. 197 Omicron Nu Qmicron Nu is an honorary society that recognizes out- standing students, both undergraduate and graduate, in the Field of home economics. lts members are chosen on the basis of their grade point average. Led this year by Janet Levvnau, president, Carolyn Benlcert, vice-president, Jacqueline Vogel, treasurer, Janet l-loveland and Mavis Verhulst, secretaries, Qmicron Nu gave a scholarship to a sophomore girl, chosen For her interest in home economics, scholarship, leadership, and her need. Omicron Nu-First Row: J. Vogel, J. Levvnau, C. Benkert, J. l-loveland. Second Row: S. Mueller, C. Gibson, I J. Babler,QG. Swensen. Phi Upsilon Gmicron The purpose ol Phi Upsilon Qmicron, an honorary pro- fessional home economics sorority, is to promote the moral and intellectual development of its members. -lhey are chosen on the basis ol scholarship, interest in the Field, and contributions to the profession. For their professional project this year, the girls vvorlced at the diagnostic center. Qhficers were Mavis Verhulst, president, Janet Lewnau, vice-president, Doris Rogers, treasureri Margaret l'lediger and Geraldine Qlson, secretaries. Phi lJpsilon Omicron-First Row: J. Vogel, A. Forrester, M. l-lediger, l-l. Davve, M. Verhulst, J. Lewnau, K. McGinnis, C. Ederer. Second Row: J. Lienau, S. Murphy, G. Olson, J. Geishiit, C. Gibson, J, Langer, J. Sommers, C. Benkert, C. Rinsche, M. Eastwood, L. Luckow, J. Morse, S. Phillips. 198 Pi Lambda Theta-First Row: M. Bell, D. Barr, A. I-larcar, W. Reuter, L. Pierstorff, S. Eberlein, M. Zvveng, G. Cline. Second Row: C. l-lelstad, E. Schweppe, M. Fink, A. Mitchem, M. Connet, K. Metcalf, L. Schadauer, L. Thies. Third Row: G. Norton, E. Simon- son, M. Regan, F. l-lunter, G. Bronson, E. Erickson, E. Lidster, O. Jacobson. Pi Lambda Theta Pi Lambda Theta is both an honorary and professional society for outstanding women in the field of education. The group worlcs to stimulate interest in research and in a professional spirit among the Women of that field. The high spots of this year's events were a scholarship presenta- tion tothe most outstanding student in the school of educa- tion and a joint meeting with Phi Delta Kappa, the men's education organization. Officers are Shirley Eberlien, president, Lola Reerstorff, vice-president, Agnes l-larcar and Doris Barr, secretaries, Wilma Reuter, treasurer. Pi Tau Sigma To honor junior and senior men on the basis of scholar- ship and leadership in the mechanical engineering pro- fession is the aim of this honorary fraternity. This year the group sent a delegation to the fraternityis national con- vention. They also presented the F. M. Young Award and the Post Slide Rule Award to the outstanding students in this field. This year's officers were Robert Gerend, president, ,lan Verl-lagen and Robert l-lafele, vice-presidents, Darrel Linden, and Knol Eberhardt, secretaries, and Mike Moran, treasurer. Pi Tau Sigma--First Row: J. Verl-legan, R. Hafele, R. Gerend, Prof. 0. Uyehara, M. Moran, D. Lindner. Second Row: K. Allan, G. Kerck- hove, S. Schwantes, W. Fagerstrom, D. Kalmon, W. Thomas. 199 Rho Chi Wisconsin's Eta Chapter oi the national pharmacy honor society worl4s to stimulate and recognize scholarship in the area oi pharmaceutical science, and to inform under- graduates about the opportunities oi post-graduate vvorl4. This yearis events included a lecture by a prominent man in the pharmaceutical Field and an avvard to the freshman with the highest average in the school oi pharmacy.. The otlicers were John l-lughes, president, Tom Ward, vice-president, Sally l-larford, secretary, and John New- meyer, treasurer. Rho Chi-First Row: Dr. G. Sonnedecker, J. Hughes, S. l-lariord, W. Stern. Second Row: Dr. L. Busse, Dr. E. Steib, L. Kirschner, L. Dittert, P. Shapiro. Tau Beta Pi Wisconsin Alpha Chapter oi Tau Beta Rhi found itself ati to an inspired year after being represented at their national convention which celebrated the Fraternityis 75th anniversary at the Founding chapteris home-Lel-ligh University. Leading the lraternity in continued recognition oi high scholarships in engineering, and various other projects were Richard Reed, president, Robert Burmeister, vice-president, Robert l-leggestad, recording secretary, Jetlrey l-loehne, corresponding secretary, Robert Rarmentier, cataloger, Tau Beta Pi-First Row: L. Sapetta, R. Parmentier, R. l-leggestad, R. Reed, J. l-loehne, P. Ozarslci, D. Wendland. Second Row: T Terman, W. Thomas, G. Kerckhove, J. Eberhardt, J. Veritagen, R. Cadman, T. Crooker, R. Kartscholce, W. Johnson. Third Row: C. Lawniclce, L. Dohse, J. Rivard, D. Ernst, J. I-lenlce, D. Sanford, G. Smith, L. Voss. l 200 Theta Sigma Phi-First Row: C. Gale, M. Buclcley, l-l. McGrath, K. Schneider, S. Sullivan. Second Row: B. l-larris, B. Miller, M, Gruber, P. l-lolz K. Bennett, M. Taskey, J. Bloomfield. Theta Sigma Phi, a journalism sorority for vvomen special- izing either in editing or advertising, Worked in close cooperation with the journalism school to unite the Women in this Field. Their activities included holding a publicity clinic in November For the publicity chairmen oi campus organizations, having nationally lcnovvn speakers For their meetings, tal4ing Field trips and helping the journalism school with its tvvo award days, the picnic, and the high school editors, program. l-lighlighting the year was the Matrix Banquet, with spealcer lvy Bal4er Priest. The guest list included 5OO Women who had made outstanding contributions to community and civic interests in Madison and the university area. The women responsible for leading the group in a year accented by a vvell-rounded activities program were Kathy Schneider, president, Mollie Buclcley, vice-president, Sheila Sullivan, treasurer, Chris Gale, secretary, Judy Schwartz, l4eeper oi the archives, ,lean Bloomfield, publicity. Theta Sigma Phi 2 Ag Econ. Soc.-First Row: W, Cook, E. McLean, l-l. Richards, J. Pavlalc, C. Meider, S. Staniiorth. Second Row: D. Arnold, F. Fang, T. Stephan, C. Olson, S. Saclcett, J. Sperheclc, l..'ffDanielson. Agricultural Economics Society The promotion ol an understanding of the economics oi agriculture and the prohlems presented to majors in this Field is the purpose oi the Agricultural Economics Society. Spring Field trips and speakers on icirm management and marketing were among the year's activities. 0Fiicers were l-lovvard Richards, president, John l3avlal4, vice-president, Ed lVlcl.ean, treasurer, John Waelti, secre- tary, Don Field, student council representative, Jacl4 Sperback, pulolicity chairman, Cal Meider, alumni chairman. Agricultural Student Council Serving as the co-ordinating body oi the agricultural organizations on campus is the Agricultural Student Coun- cil. l-leaded by Wayne Kussow, the group sponsored the iall l'larvest l-lop lor freshmen students, the Winter Ball, and the spring Student-Faculty Banquet. Two representa- tives oi each ag group malce up the council. l-loward Richards served as vice-president, with Floyd Benelcer as secretary and Guy l-lonold as treasurer. Ag Student Council-First Row: F. Benelcer, l-l. Richards, J. Waelti, W. Kussow, G. l-lonold, G. l-lartman Second Row: M, Brunner, D. l-luberf G. Petersen, W. Van Ess, S. Buchberger, W. Stettler, T. Veum, K. l-lock, J. Wallander. Third Row: D. Meyer, E McLean, F. Nielsen, L. Wagner, J. Neef, D. Verhulst, L. Zastenschmidt, J. Sperloeck, A. l-lintzman, Amer. Soc. of Ag. Engineers-First Row: G. Barrington, J. Stettler, W. Stettler, D. N d, W E t C. Th . S d R S. D' l , D. McMiller, J. Annin, D. l-lenderson, R. Froding, R. Wolfe, J. l-lipple, N. l-lalderson. il'iii1iiridrRow: Mugiiiglcrhardt, Dgngibizirizh, liCEiillocidNL. Schlxrfifgelis T. Stoslcopi, W. l-lutchens, A. Koeplce, J. l-lalderson. American Society of Agricultural Engineers ' The American Society ot Agricultural Engineers, led this year by Werner Stettler, aims to introduce the members to their parent society. lncluded in the group's activities were the Student-Faculty Banquet, the calendar sales and various projects to raise funds for industrial Field trips. Qther ohficers were William Waterstreet, vice-president, John Stettler, secretary, John Nigard, treasurer. Badger Crops and Soils Club The Badger Crops and Soils Club sponsors several activities with the purpose to bring together students who soare an interest in these Fields. Among the activities reported President Ken l-loclc, were the sponsoring of speakers, the land judging contest, overnight Field trips to experimental stations and visits to Milwaukee industries at which time the club also viewed a lgraves game. Completing the slate of otiicers were Sherman Radtlce, Lester Schmid, Rroi. James Love and Rrol. R. Andrew. Badger Crops and Soils-First Row: J. Love, W. Kussow, S. Radtlce, K. I-lock, L. Schmid, F. Nielsen, R. Andrew. Second Row: R. Melchert, D. Manthe, A. l-lintzmcinn, C. Turner, D. Rusch. E. Nelson, L. Manhart, M. Clish, J. Neel, D. Joy, C. Swann, B. Miller, G. Paulsen, 203 ' ' X. .. . rs -P Blue Shield 4-l-l-First Row: D. Vogel, H. Burcalow, C. Cederberg, K. Wagner, l. Peterson, R. Rowald, P. Mortensen, A. Nielson, N. Schwoch, J. Brew, B. Crook. Second Row: E. Keske CAdvisorj, J. lVlelcher,'D. Leet, S. Bade, J. Niedteldt, J. Richards, J. Doornink, J. Sperbeck, A. Heath, C. Sorenson, M. l-leath, S. Meyer. Third Row: C. l-lowes, S. Finley, F. Finley, M. Curiver, K. Bast, E. Bebholz, D. Ruhland, J. Roamer, D. Fronek, N. Gerner, N. l-luckstead, S. Kissinger, B. l-lanson, L. Wilkins, K. Stettler, J. Schurch, J. West. Fourth Row: D. O'Sullivan, K. Knight, J. Van Matre, K. Van Gheem, R. Pamperin, R. Beyer, R. Winter, E. Kelsey, J. Oleson, S. Petersen, R. Mayer, T. Lembcke, L. Danielson, M. Brunner, R. Novak, D. Larson. Organized lor rural students in the Fields ol home eco- nomics and agriculture, the Blue Shield 4-I-l Club has programs aimed at developing appreciation ol rural values and living. The main purpose may be stated as Hproviding v an opportunity lor students to express themselves through 4-1-I leadership in organizational, recreational and servicel providing activitiesfl Activities For the year included extension trips to nearby counties requesting new ideas lor 4-I-l programs in recrea- tion, music, and drama plus the sponsorship ol the Rural Art Show at the Wisconsin Center. The club also awarded scholarships to lour members to attend State 4-l-I Club Week as program assistants lor the state leaders and to one member to attend a recreational laboratory, in order to pass on new ideas to the whole group. Blue Shield also sponsors a Little International Queen candidate and a retreat to a camp at Upham Woods, primarily lor lun and relaxation. Qtticers ol Blue Shield were Judy Richards, president, Don Knutson, vice-president, Sharon Bade, corresponding secretary, Joan Niedleldt, recording secretary, John Door- nink, treasurer, and Jack Sperbeck, Agricultural Student Council representative. . 204 WW Euthenics--First Row: S. Ewert, J. Severson J. Wheeler, G. Olson, J. Sweeney, J. Hook, E. Rebholz, Y. Swain, L. Wilkins, G. Swensen. Second Row: K. Algrim, J. Bergemann, M. Heileman, L. Wilde, L. Schadt,J. Grud, D.Johanning P. Harris, R. Willoughby, J. Johnson. Tlhird Row: S: Bachhuber, J. l-lappel, S. Amundson, K. McCulloch, A. Kurz, N. Huckstead, S. Shoop, A. Forrester, M. Wake, F. Oehrlein, N. Schwoch, A. Finn. Fourth Row: J. Brew, S. Heckl, J. Schultz, K. Larson, S. Henderson, M. Cain, L. Luebke, P. Kachel, M. Noback, C. Reinhardt, S. Solem, M. Sommers. Fifth Row: B. Morris, S. Jones, S. Sturgeon, A. Newman, L. Loos, E. Huggins, S. Swann, A. Heath, R. Newman. Euthenics As a branch of the American Home Economics Associa- tion, the Euthenics Club tries to develop and Further interest in the Field ot home economics. The activities included fudge sales, convention attendance, social hours, and partici- pation in the Hospitality Day at which time they provided tours throughout the campus. Qtiicers were Joy Hook, president, Lois Rogers, vice-president, Yvonne Swain, projects chairman, Judy Wheeler, secretary, Elsie Rebholz, treasurer, and Arla Wansgard, senior advisor. Food Tech Club The Food Technology Club is a professional organization designed to teach students going into this Field more about it. This year the thirty club members participated in several Field trips and had guest speakers from industry come to talk to them about the main developments and problems ol food technology. This year the leaders were Robert Knothe, president, David Verhulst, vice-president, and Robert Lenz, secretary- treasurer. Food Tech.-First Row: L. Boscan, D. Verhulst, B. Lenz, R. Knothe, Dr. Weckel, T. Oeth, B. Seemann. Second Row: W. Larson, L. Kaczmarzyk, E. Nielsen, E. Herman, J. VonElbe, D. Fellenz, W. Mathias. 205 F. F.A. Among this yearls activities ol the Future Farmers ol America were the publication ol an annual vvhich was dis- tributed to each high school chapter in the state, the initia- tion ceremonies ol FFA in local schools, and the direction ol tours at the spring judging contest ol livestock. Each year l:l:A has an exchange program vvith another college. The ollicers For the year were Leonard Bayer, president, Gary Beecher, vice-president, James Martin, treasurer, and Lester Schmidt, secretary. FFA-First Row: G.rBeecher, L. Bayer, l-l. Schultz, F. Pumper, E. McLean, R. Pett, J. Martin, L. Schmid. Second Row: V. Christenson, P. Baker, J. Zimmerman, R. Uscholcl, G. Staeber, B. Miller, G. Rinehardt, L. Lintz, D. Manthe. Third Row: R. Llltich, F. Nielson, L. Craker, Smith, R. Korning, A. l-lartwig, F. Pisched, R. Weiss. Home Ec. Council The l-lome Economics Student Council, which acts mainly as a coordinating body lor all ol its campus clubs, consists ol the elected representatives lrom the home economic clubs plus two elected from each class. Working with the agricul- tural council, the group sponsored many activities besides planning the monthly social hours and laculty introduction through a monthly report on one ol the prolessors. l-leading the group was Bonnie Templeton assisted by Elizabeth Clarson, Jane l-lollingsvvorth, and Linda Wilkins. Home Ec Council-First Row: J. Lienau A. l-leath, L. Wilkins, Mrs. Schvvalbach, J. l-lollingsvvorth, B. Templeton. Second Row: A. Forrester, J. Niedleldt, J. Babler, J. Richards, B. Gorecki, J. Vanish, J. Lewnau, S. Stone, J. Sweeney. 206 R. Jones, L. Chandoir, E. Kelsey, G. Saddle and Sirloin Club-First Row J. Bishop, J. Waelti, G. Beecher, S Finley, H. Richards, L. Kastenschmidt, H. Burcalovv, M. Brunner. Second Row W. Thomasma, R. Luening, R. Natzke B. Kalter, B. Link, T. Veum, R. Bringe L. Danielson, J. Sperbeck, G. Rohrbeck E. Reichardt, B. Pieh. Third Row: P Baker, W. Van Ess, J. Sperle, G. Dunn D. Knutson, R. Bernstein, K. Kolacki, R. Stauffacher, R. Beyer, D. Huber, D. Wolter. Fourth Row: R. Jones, R Wright, B. Oleson, K. Jacobson, B. Novak, R. Niedfelde, O. Pufahl, L. Bayer, N. Rinehart, F. Nielson, D Drecktrah. Fifth Row: D. Temp, M Heath, T. Morgan, C. Gnatzig, D Horn, T. La Plant, P. Eberle, A. Zim anek, P. Moes, L. Hansen, R. Maurer Saddle and Sirloin Club Saddle and Sirloin consists of a group of students who try to further their interest in the livestock industry on campus. Club president Howard Richards supervised the organizing of the Big-Little lnternational Livestock and Horse Show, sponsoring of judging teams for intramural groups, and dairy teams who traveled throughout the country. Completing the executive council were Gary Beecher, John Waelti, John Bishop, L. L. Kastenschmidt, H. Burkalow and Mike Brunner. Stud. Landscape Arch. Members of the Student Association of Land Architects aim to further the name of their profession through the state and country. They compiled a pamphlet explaining their curriculum and Work to the professional men ingithe city. They also sent a brochure to high schools to be used for career programs, and displayed exhibits in public buildings in Madison along with social activities. Qfficers were Tom Miller, president, Don Girouard, vice-president, Jim La- Rouck, secretary, Tom Hagan, treasurer, and advisor, Prof. G. W. Longenecker. Student Assoc. of Landscape Arch.-First Row: M. Tarnow, R. Kellor, D. Rosenbrook, T. Reetz, K. Moore, W. Tlusty. Second Row: J. Treichel, J. LaRock, T. Hagan, T. Miller, D. Giroliard, Prof. G. Longenecker, Prof. C. DeDelirvvaerder. Third Row: C. Little, J. Hooson, J. Kavemeier, T. Schultz, K. Holzwarth, J. Peterson, T. Heil, V. Kriesel. 207 Alpha Kappa Psi-First Row: L. Lichte, F. Luhman, V. Adamson, Dr. J. Wrage, D. Knapp, R. Kelly, J. Becker. Second Row: U. Becker, T. Felland, T. Eichenseer, G. l-lenseler, W. Kenney, K. Kunert, T. Gurkowski, D. l-lilton, D. Riehle. Third Row: M. Gresenz, D. Martin, R. Young, R. Wittkowski, P. Einerson, J. Bischel, A. Paff, D. Lev, S. Biarrood. Alpha Kappa Psi Under the leadership of President John Becker, the Alpha Kappa Psi fraternity has been active in furthering the inter- est of commerce majors in the field by being very active at the Commerce Turnout and Picnic. Also the group went on a field trip to Janesville during the second semester and sponsored a Christmas Party earlier. Alpha Kappa Psiis most important project of the year has been the attempt to get a house. Assisting the president were Richard Kelly, Thomas Gurkowski, Gerald l-lenneseler, and D. Bruce Lee. Beta Alpha Psi Beta Alpha Psi, an honorary fraternity for accounting majors, was organized to Hfoster a professional attitude to- ward accounting and allied functional areas of businessf' President Ronald Burni and vice-president John Beringer coordinated a luncheon before the Homecoming game. The groupis booth at the Commerce Turnout was a success due to the help of the other members and officers: Lewis Gosentine, secretary, Edward Traver, treasurer, and Karl Fraedrick, assistant secretary-treasurer. Beta Alpha Psi-First Row: Prof. J. Bower, Prof. P.Walgenbach, L.Cosentine, R. Bruni, J. Beringer, K. Fraedrich, E.Traver, Prof. R. Tuttle. Second Row: R. Simenson, G. Schueppert, W.Welke, l-l. Ruttenberg, I. Feldman, N. Mancoff, A.Shovers, F. Christians, A.Schuh. Third Row: D. Roepke, G. Mayhew, G. Plange, J. Fischer, T. Jeffords, W. Brakebush, J. Statz, B. l-luser. Fourth Row: D. Wadzinski, J. Seifriz, F. Luhmon, J. Luther, G. l-lenseler, D. Dregne, P. Knutson, R. Pierce, R. Ehlke, J. Wojciehowski. Fifth Row: R. l-luettl, J. Yares, A. Kruswicki, B. Liddle, J. Dickinson, D. Krause, L. Weiss, J. Shommer, R. Plitz, J. Cummings. l Phi Chi Theta Phi Chi -lheta is the national commerce sorority whose activities combine social, professional, and service projects. The programs this year included guest spealcers from many business fields and tours to various business places and financial institutes in Wisconsin. Parties with other profes- sional sororities and fraternities and participation in Univ- ersity service projects were held. Guiding the group were Barbara Annear, president, Susan Ragsdale, vice-president, Marilyn l-lerrmann,secretary,Dianne Davis, treasurer, and Colleen Lawrence, rush chairman. Marketing Club-First Row: L. Beyer, J. Wolff, J. Wiedenfeld, J. Maso G. l-larms, B. LeGrande, C. Gorham, P. Mortensen, l-l. Wegner. Phi Chi Theta-First Row: B. Boss, E. Derleth, M. l-lerrmann, B, Annear, S. Ragsdale, A, Raddant, S. Tuhus. Second D. Klinefelter, T. Steiner, A. Ainsworth, M. Ahrens, B. Vankat, J. Wolff, K. Keliher, B. Hanson, J. Loh. Marketing Club By relating classroom studies to actual practice, the Marketing Club fosters and promotes the study of the profession. The club's program includes guest speakers from prominent companies, field trips to obtain first-hand information on organizational practices, and dinner ban- quets with members of the Madison and Milwaulcee Sales Executive Club, Membership is open to anyone interested in the field. Direction of the group was under Jim Mason, Jacl4 Wiedenfeld, Jill Wolff, Larry Nalin, and Bob Wittovvslci. n, L. Nolin, B. Wittowski. Second Row: R. Severson, F. Doege, C. Copper, Row: C. Woodward, P. Causiclc, J. Cole, Society for Advancement of Man- agement-First Row: W. Zingler W. Shirer, J. Christman, S. Katte R. l-less, D. Smith, G. Olin, M Zoborovvski. Second Row: J. Muel- ler, J. Wolff, K. l-lanson, J. Almeida T. Parr, D. Monyette, K. Braden l.. Dale, D. l-lebl, S. Miller, D Riehle. Third Row: F. Schadt, J Dahly, W. Schaars, G. Meier C. Saccomcindo, L. Lee, G. Peck A. Raddant, M. Redmond, K. Keliher, A. Williams, P. l-lahn, G. l-locutt, R. Meisenheimer, J. Kitchin, C Zunlcer, D. DuBois, M. Muenzberg. . . . ' Soc. for Advancement Society of Automotive of Management Engineers i'l.earning by doing" is the motto oi the Society for the Advancement ol Management. Known as SAM, the group sponsored speakers from various industries, and a Field trip which included a Milwaukee Braves baseball game. The group also held a dinner banquet. Fall semester oiticers oi the largest commerce group were Don Monyette, Kay Bradin, Jim Nybert, and Pete l-lerreid while John Schumann, Joe Zoborovvsld, Jill Wolii, and Gary Olin toolc over the duties For the spring semester. To acquaint students vvith the problems of industry, SAE sponsored a trip to the General Motors Technical Center and Proving Grounds in Michigan during the fall semester. ln addition, the organization sponsored a spring picnic and a spealcers' program including representatives from Firestone Tire and Rubber Company and American Motors. Qtiicers vvere Cliff Toraason, chairman, Jim Udlcler, John Menning, John Ruppenthal, Darrell l.indner, Qliver Juhan, and Chuck Durand. Advisor vvas Rrol. Easton. T Society of Automotive Engineers-First Row: G. Reinhard, O. Julien, J. Menning, J. Udkler, A. Easton, C. Torciason, E. Pobar, J. Ruppenthal, C. Durand, W. Everts. Second Row: J. Eberhardt, R. Meyer, D. Wendland, R. Bargende, E. Schultze, N. Shelton, D. Goeclcs, R. Meyer. Third Row: W. Schultze, M. Rodenlcirch, R. Donner, A. Poehlman, K. Kinas, K. Gross, G. Schaefer. 210 American Institute of Chemical Engineers Presided over by Larry Dodge, the student counterpart of the American lnstitute ol Chemical Engineers was or- ganized to provide students oi chemical engineering with information of the current activities and developments of the chemical industry. The group, aided by William Huebner, vice-president-tresaurer, and John Monson, secretary, sold buttons For Polygon Boardjs St. Patrick's weekend and held a banquet lor engineering students. AICE-First Row: B. Friede, W. l-luebner, J. Monson, L. Dodge, Prof. E. Crosby, Prot. G. Sather, E. Ruscher. Second Row: R. Sodowsky, B. Blakely, J. Page, K. Wultt, G. Linemeyer, J. Anderson, L. Krueger, G. Demeny, G. Battist. Third Row: W. Reineman, Decker, R. Willer, C. Klemm, J. Wendt, G. Robak, . W. Durkin, R. Bilski. American Society of Civil Engineers The purpose ol the American Society ol Civil Engineers is to allow its members to learn about the practical aspects ol engineering, according to John Crane, president of the group. John was assisted by Garrett Nielsen, vice- president, Peter Polster, secretary, and Reidar Nilsen, treasurer. The annual spring picnic and a banquet at which a scholarship was awarded were two of the major events of the year. Amer. Society of Civ. Engineers-First Row: G. Tamke, D. Glass, S. Schlough, R. McClain, W. l-leilman, K. Berget, W. Anderson, J. Scilorski. Second Row: W. Brinkmann, J. l-laefner, E. Olep, C. Buttke, G. Nielsen, J. Crane, P. Polster, R. Nilsen, J. Fisher, l-l. l-lirt, P. Van l-lorn. Third Row: G. Paul, J. Stodola, D. Dettmenn, G. Wallin, L. l-lassebroek, J. Vierbichner, R. Bautch, R. Pluim, D. Krasny, l-l. Bopray, J. McKenna, R. Trefz, M. Jaskaniec, R. Carlson, R. Larson. Fourth Row: J. Mclvlahon, D. Jorgensen, C. Solberg, R. Elmhorst, W. Van Dyck, J. l-lanson, M. Schendel, L. Pick, J. Larson, D. McMillen, M. Linberg, T. Triggs, J. Jodie, D. Cook, R. Whitman. Fourth Row: R. Derksen, R. Rydecki, A. Wells, K. Cotfeen, l. Vilcins, B. Nichols, l-l. Findler, R. Provty, D. l-laack, l-l. lVlcCaFFery, J. Voborsky, E. Kirmse. Sixth Row: D. LaFontaine, R. Knops, l-l. Angrick, M. Dorl, F. Behrens, M. Werner, A. Cotter, R. l-lassett, W. Clark, L. Sommers, R. Bennett, B. Stahl, A. Fogelberg, D. Sodke, P. Johnson, K. Vasaitis. 211 A.l.E.E.-l.R.E.-First Row: A. Spindler, W. Stewig, R. Anthold, A. Kaphengst, H. Wagner, R. Dargel, A. Veed, R. Baltes, D. Jorgenson, J. Jansen, W. Thelen, M. Noth. Second Row: G. Wong, B. Scraufnagel, C. Stoneberg, T. Hauclc, D. Doonan, W. Marton, T. Hosp, G. Nied- ziallcowslci, T. Thorson, J. Lallier, T. DeGarmo, J. Eggerling, W. Schaedla, D. Behrmann. Third Row: C. Slattery, D. Skrenes, R. Noffke, R. Kort, S. Stoffel, R. Stark, J. Sorden, A. Purcell, T. Corth, D. Sanford, J. Wingert, W. Amundson, R. Mading, J. Sitzman. Fourth Row: H. Kaiser, R. Nelson, G. Kindness, L. Smith, R. Zastrow, G. Wedlalce, G. Schmitt, J. Carlson, F. Swanson, E. Brown, C. Weclc, H. Abraham, K. Van Gheem, G. Kroiss, C. Riley, W. Johnson, K. Olson, D. Vogt. The American lnstitute of Electrical Engineers- lnstitute of Radio Engineers is a joint student branch ofa national professional organization. The purpose of this joint student group is to stimulate interest in the professional areas of both electrical engineering and radio engineering. The members worlc together to foster sincere friendships through organized association of students, faculty members, and professional engineers in both fields. , The purpose of this joint student organization is fostered A, I, E, E, 1 L R. E. in many ways. The members meet once a month, and often these meetings are attended by professional engineers and educators in the field from the University of Wisconsin and other universities. The guest spealcers offer the students an insight into future duties and the professional attitude of their approaching careers. The presiding officer at these meetings is Alan Veed. Qther officers are Robert Baltes, vice-president, and Howard Wagner, secretary- treasurer. This spring, the local parent professional organization held an honorary banquet for the wives of graduating AIEE-IRE members who had been helped through school by their wives. The wives received diplomas for their efforts. 212 ln order to acquaint both undergraduate and graduate engineering students with their future occupations, the American Society ol Mechanical Engineers conducts its business with this goal in mind. The organization tries to help its members realize what the mechanical engineers' fob entails and also to give them Further insight in the Field of engineering. The second largest engineering society on campus meets monthly and has Worked on several projects during the - ' past year. ASME participated in the St. Patrick's Day program and basketball tournaments. The group also took ' ' Field trips to industrial areas. Qne ol the highlights ol the year was a trip to the General Motors plant. ln addition, ASME sponsored guest speakers at their monthly meetings and participated in social activities. Assisting President Charles Doyle were Arthur lclephner, vice-president, William Fagerstrom, recording secretary, John Eberhardt, treasurer, and Wayne Thomas, corres- ponding secretary. Advising the American Society of Mechanical Engineers was Professor Donald F. Livermore, associate professor ol mechanical engineering. Amer. Society of Mech. Engineers-First Row: D. Paisley, W. Fagerstrom, A. l-lephner, C. Doyle, Prof. D. Livermore, J. Eberhardt, Roeber. Second Row: J. Hansen, D. Peikert, M. Burkhardt, A. Slang, C. Koetter, R. Wahlig, L. Sapetta, J. Frciney, T. Terman, R. Gerund, D. Richter,' C. Hocevar, L. Leia. Third Row: R. Anderson, B. Jergenson, W. Milbrot, P. Stiles, W. Lehmann, P. Peterson, J. Pollack, R. Bosben, R. Wogniak, R. Burdick, E. Woldansky, J. Gufknecht, R. Novander. Fourth Row: J. l-lopp, G. Burdick, R. Lull, C. Woiciechowski, L. Keepner, D.Oleniezak, T. Ramsey, K. Allen, J. Ruppenthal, D. Kumbera, J. Poon, G. Kerckhove, D. l-lanson. Fifth Row: G. Clark, G. Carver, M.. Curtis, G. Kepner, T. Vtfilliams, J. Glass, R. l-larsevoort, G. Schaefer, J. Deltmann, G. Gerstenkorn, D. Trumpy, B. Ellegaard, R. Nielsen, Sixth Row: l-l. Nonri, R. Persons, R. Ku, E. Krautner, W. Meyer, N. l-lalderson, C. Thompson, E. Jacobi, E. Degner, K. Roach, R. Tredway, N. Thomas. 213 Kappa Eta Kappa-First Row: R. Greiner, R. Norfke, R. Breihan, J. Pellegrino, T. Maruca, D. Panzenliagen, M. Nothe, R. Baltes C l-lolderness J. Westoby, E. Sadowski, J. Stiehl, A, Spindler, R. Mading, l.. Liclwte. Second Row: D. Cleeveman, S. Scomboris, W. Stewig T Jakubowslci K. Scribner, N. Parekh, D. Jorgenson, K. Oestreiclw, P. Fleisclnaclcer, l-l. Luedtke, D. Laughlin, J. Maynard, R. Daugherty, R. Yolton R Schlorf Third Row: M. Bailey, l-l. Kuinlaug, D. Borton, R. l-lintze, D. Freeberg, R. Mikulslcy, R. Cary, R. l-lintz, R. Dargel, l-l. Abral1am,J Kruse T Brandt R. Dixon, l.. Eichenseer, A. Greene, G. Ransom, K. Jenson, R. Gorell. HA professional electrical engineering society to give the men a close association vvitlfi otliers lwaving tlwe same professional and teclwnical interestn, Kappa Eta Kappa also provides an organized social life tlnrouglw its living unit. The Delta cliapter lwas as its otlicers Robert Baltes, president, Mike Notlwe, vice-president, James Westoby, recording secretary, Jolwn Ranzenlwagen, treasurer, Tom Nlaruca, corresponding secretary, and Clwarles l-lolderness, representative. The annual l:ounder's Day Banquet was one ol tlie year's lwigliliglwts. Tlwe banquet, lield in February, was under the supervision of alumni secretary Robert Daugherty. Qtlwer activities planned by social clsiairman lfdvvard Sadovvsld included tlwe Semi-formal Cliristmas Party, par- ticipation in Campus Carnival, and tlwe annual Spring Formal. 214 Kappa E'ra Kappa Polygon Board-D. Sanford, B. Daugh- erty, M. Nath, P. Van l-lorn. Second Row: D. Paisley IQ. Baltes, D. Lindner, W. sciiroeaef, M Andfam, K. vvuiri, l-l. l-lirt, W. l-luebner, J. Ruppenthal. Polygon Board Representatives from each of tlwe engineering societies on campus meet tlwrougln Polygon Board to integrate tlwe efforts of tlweir groups. Tfie board also acts as a liaison between tlwe faculty and students. Myron Notlw, president, was assisted by Robert Dauglmtery, vice-president, Don Roeber, secretary, and Don Sanford, treasurer. The St. Patriclls Dance and the presentation of an HOutstanding Senior" award were two of tlwe major events of tlwe year. Tlwe Board lielps its members get jobs by arranging employ- ment interviews for tlwem. Theta Tau Tlwe purpose of Tlweta Tau is to develop interest in engi- neering as a professional organization. Under tlie leader- slwip of president Robert Pfefferle, the fraternity presented an award at tlwe St. Patriclcs Dance to tlwe outstanding soplw- omore engineering student. The award was made on tlwe basis of grades and activities. Tlieta Tau attended the biennial convention in Detroit and was visited by a national officer. Qtlwer officers were Jofin lmlnof, vice-president, Robert Burdick, treasurer, and Dave Ricliter, scribe. Theta Tau-First Row: J. Boyne, D. Richter, V. Gross, B. Burdiclc, J. lmhof. Second Row: B. Brauns, l-l. l-lalwn, R. Bloxdorf, B. Pfefferle. 215 Africa Union-First Row: G. Belo. L. Madaci, J. Adadevoh, Mrs. J. Adadevoh, I-I. Emmanuel, J. Isige. Second Row: A. Dardeiri, A. I-lassan, M. I-Iado, W. Ayah, I. Kifle, S. Silangvva, R. I-lassan. Africa Union The Alrica Union, in conjunction with other organizations, sponsored a speaker representing the II. L. N. at the celebration ol the Algerian Revolution. In addition, the Union presented a dancing group at the International Rotary Club, participated in the Wisconsin Follc Festival Exhibition and the International Club programs. Ar their meetings the group discussed the currentAirican problems. Qtlicers were John Adadevoh, president, Gani Belo, vice-president, Larbi Madaci, secretary, and Jacl4ton lsige, treasurer. Coranto Coranto, professional journalism sorority, acauaints its members with the opportunities in this Field. The sorority participated in the Rublicityclinicin Decemberalong with Theta Sigma Phi, Sigma Delta Chi, and WSA. Caranto also held a laculty tea, an Installation Banquet, and the annual Founders, Banquet in the spring. Directing the group was Katrina Bennett. Qther otlicers vvereJean Bloomtield, lNlancyGebert, Rat I-loIz,and Carla I-Ielmus. Faculty advisor vvas Charles I-Iigbie. Coranto-First Row: B. Thompson, E. Cauwenbergh, P. I-lolz, K. Bennett, J. Bloomfield, E. Nakamura. Second Row: D. Kripps, K. Breining, L. Ingham, B. I-Iarris, J. Jensen, R. Willoughby. ww- :11:r11a: , r' . '...:Q .arl Eta Kappa Lambda-First Row: M. l-larris, F. Whyte, S. Phillips, C. Milkowski, A. Kitze, S. Schatier. Second Row: R. Robertson, K. Meyer, E. Jones, E. Morgan, E. Nakamura, K. Larme, M. l-loesly. Third Row: B. Vankat, K. Swiatek, G. Dawson, K. Sheller, J. Ulezelski, M. Whitmore, K. Rawlings, J. l-lartmann, J. Babler, A. Bangs. E'ra Kappa Lambda Fta Kappa Lambda was organized in 'l95Q to Hrecognize the outstanding work ol some girls in the women's residence halls who have also been active in campus activities." Under the leadership ol Flaine Nakamura, president, Kathy Larme, vice-president, Fllyn Jones, secretary, and Karen Meyer, treasurer, the society sponsored the annual Recognitions Banquet in April and held initiation in May. Two special projects were putting out a cookbook of especially good residence halls, recipes and revising their constitution. Crchesis "Sinfonia Sacren was the name ol the large production included in the annual Orchesis program given in February. The program, which contained compositions by students, was taken on tour to both Ripon and Chicago during the month ol March. Activities for the group were planned by Sue Farmer, president, Joanne Wait, vice-president, Betty Steilan and Sue Randolph, secretaries, and Sara Cobalt, treasurer. Advisors were Miss Kloepper and Miss Gregory. Tryouts were held in the lall. Orchesis-Rirst Row: B. Butzer, N. ROSS, S. Randolph, B. Stetlon, S. Farmer, J. Wait, S. Cobalt, Y. Birs, K. Lautenback, N. Nisius. Second Row: l-l. Volk, N. Cuilbert, F. Deer, M. Litecky, D. Sherer, Van Dyke, M. Turner, J. Shelby, M. Palaith. Third Row: C. Lautenslager, A. Finn, L. Collier, M. Orchesis, P. Cotron, S. Eddy, J. Orchesis, R. Peters, F. Coggan, N. Andres, L. Kuilik, B. Sampson, C. Carnes, S. Lowe, F. Rehm. 217 Phi Alpha Delta--First Row: T. Anderson, J. Bakken, B. GriHfen,fR. Meyer, W. l-l t l, R. N h ' l, G. J b , J. M , F. . S d Row: P. Davis, A. Wolf, G. Geyso, J. Morris, T. Brader, D. Schumacher, T. Long, J. grgnt, P. bTaJkiT:ilrSlTR. Stragggg. LowTyl:lerThirdlTln3i1? T. Ra:Rp1h, C. Reed, J. Lund, R. Osborne, K. Canavissi, W. Donlin, T. Zilavy, T. Timlcen. Fourth Row: W. l-larvey, T. Torphy, R. Thorson, P. Gottschallc D. Tennant, J. Wright, D. Riley, N. Toman. ' Phi Alpha Delta, the largest legal fraternity in the world, provides an opportunity For its members to get better ac- quainted vvith the practical aspects ol law through an extensive speakers' program, and to advance professionally. lts social program is designed to promote a spirit ol brother- hood. Ryan chapter, vvhich has won third place in the nation for a chapter ol Phi Alpha Delta, was led this year by h' I h Thomas Brader, justice, Stanley l-lacl4, vice-justice, Duane p I A p a Shumacher, treasurer, l-lerman Runge, marshall, and John Morris, clerk. Diclc Neuheisel, a member ol the Ryan chapter, is now serving as executive vice-chairman of the National l.avv Students Association council. At the First dinner meeting Justice Fairchild ol the Su- preme Court ol Wisconsin spoke. Phillip Kuehn spoke at the second dinner meeting, and Senator Rroxmire at the third. The annual clate-dinner held before Law Ball when the vvives of the married members were honored, the initiation banquet, and the election luncheon were some ol the outstanding activities of the year. 218 The ILS council serves as the governing body of the students enrolled in the Integrated Liberal Studies program. This tvvo-year program offers an integrated Ioolc at the 'fields of humanities, social studies, and sciences. The council, composed of representatives selected from Q both the freshman and sophomore ILS classes, vvorI4s to improve student-faculty relations, in addition to promoting Q social activities and group projects. During the year the ' council planned several firesides with ILS professors and also worked closely with the faculty in evaluating ILS subjects and academic projects. The council also supervised the publication of the "ILS Pioneer." Cn the social side, the council directed the holiday Welcoming pcm, in the fall. caroling program presented at the homes of all ILS pro- fessors. The counciI's major project was the spring Dis- integration Banquet, when the sophomores played host to freshman ILSers, their parents, and ILS faculty. ILS Council officers were Charles Meissner, president, Walter Fields, vice-president, Alva I-lamerstrom, secretaryf Doris Borst, treasurer, and Dr. R. C. Dooley and Mrs. . Margaret I-Iunt, adivsors. New l.L.S.ers received a royal welcome at Dr. and Mrs. Pooley's ILS Council-First Row: B. Martzlce, L. I-Iurvvitz, P. Goldstein, C. Meissner, D. Borst, A. Kau, J. Marlce. Second Row: S. Larsh, P. Frank, L. Bratley, L. Swanson, M. Curwen, J. Nelson, S. I-Iain. 219 Red Cross Serving as co-chairmen ol the all-university blood drives held in the spring and Fall were l-larriet Fytle and Robert Listeclti. Assisting them were Margo Calamaras, Charlie Rage, lrwin Smith, lam Lyons, Charlie Collins, Gordy Stephenson and Faculty advisor, Mr. Robert Foss. The purpose ot these blood drives sponsored by Campus Red Cross was to obtain student contributions to the local drive. Coordinated publicity helped their success, along with sponsorship by l-l:, Ran-l-lel, WSA, AWS, and Ll-lA. University Red Cross-First Row: R. Listeclci, l-l. Fytfe, M. Calamaras, R. Foss. Second Row: C. Page, T. Lyons, I. Smith, C. Collins, Ci. Stephenson. Scheders With the goal, "to guide and inform students in education and to establish informal student-Faculty contacts", Scheders held many social and professional activities this year. Lois Engelman, president, ,ludy Corbielle, vice-president, Amy Matoi, secretary, and Gerri Wall, treasurer, led the group in planning a Fall Prospective Teachers' Day For state high school students. A Christmas lea and a School of Education picnic were also sponsored by Scheders, which is affiliated with the National Education Association. Scheders-First Row: K. l-lolderby, A. Draves, j. Corbeille, R. Koch, L. Chudnow, A. Rogers, M. Brown, D. Bathlce, A. Matoi. Second Row: Cu. Golden, R. Freiburger, L. Engelman, P. Rose. C. Voight, A. Scheder, M. Schwartz, C. Tesariclc, A. Stotfel, J. Mokrejs. Third Row: K. O'Meara, E. Lensing, G. Wall, D. Mitchell, D. Kustin, E. Fleming, B. Shatier, M. l-losley, B. Spangberg, P. slacobson, S. DeVries. 220 Sigma Delta Chi-First Row: Mr. W. Hachten, Mr. C. Burnett, C. Morris, H. Feuerzeig, W. Witt, J. Belanger. Second Row: P. Zier, J. Lowenthal, G. Ruben, S. Sirianni, G. House. Sigma Delta Chi With its motto, "to bring together talent, truth, and energyu, Sigma Delta Chi aimed to inspire professional improvement, advance the standards ol a high ethical code in journalism, raise prestige, and interest young people in the profession. The society sponsored the annual Gridiron Banquet which about 600 area businessmen attended. lt included a skit and a nationally-known speaker. Cn the executive board were Henry Feuerzeig, Charles Morris, Jerry Belanger, and Bill Witt. Three Squares Three Squares is an interdenominational eating co-op For independent students. lt is set up primarily lor students inter- ested in economical eating association with Fellow students. The group meets in Blakeman Hall ol Wesley Foundation. Qtlicers include George Storm, president, James Wise, vice- president, Sarah Lindsay, recording secretary, and James Gliver, executive secretary. Activities were exchange sup- pers, discussion groups and birthday dinners. A benevolent lund committee was supported by the group. Three Squares-First Row: R. Simpson, R. White, L. Smith, G. Storm, D. Sparks, V. Sarma, R. Graham, C. McCormack, G. Davidson, T. Csabai, T. Kochrane, R. Due, J. Hinkins, S. Kumar, D. Rawlings. Second Row: D. Quick, Schiierl, G. Sud, P. Beck, A.Herriott, E. Ras- mussen, G. Makela, J. Sepic, J. Nelson, C. Kommel, K. Nyholm, S. Lindsay, M. Herrmann, M. Caine, R. Hinkins, S. Chan, G. Wagenbach, M. Predmore, B. Seemann, J. Vollendorf, Third Row: M. Lih, J. Olson, J. McAdow, C. Wei, R. Hughes, W. Zemlicka, J. Wise, S. Waterman, R. Hutter, R. Stefczak, P. Schaub, P. McMahon, C. Turner, W. Millard, W. Fredrick, J. Zovne, C. Engel, J. Seeman, C. Hanson, J. Meboe, R. Ochner, H. Schwartz, A. Sorem, L. Schmid, R. Burgdorf, J. Oman, D. Rousar, D. Lewis. Fourth Row: D. Kober, D. Groves, L. Binning, J. Britton, S. Yu, G. Nair, P. Mchlaughton, M. Utech, J. Chapman, D. Wendland, A. Prancia, R. Sherman, J. Knezel, G. Moore, T. Kehoe, D. Krueger, H. Piohl, M. McOlash, M. Frederiksen, A. Albrecht, R. Ruef, D. Nygaard. Fifth Row: P. Williams, E. Peterson, W. Knoeller, K. Shrivastava, R. Schultze, J. Carlson, B. Rololl, K. Fraedrich, W. Hoppe, T. Berndt, W. Sperber, K. Havlovitz, L. Dodge, L. Arnoldi, J. Michel, J. Stoltenberg, R. Benson, R. I-loocerman,G. Smith, F. Schultz, G. Schaefer, J. Oliver, P. Greene, W. Urban. 221 YGOP Organized mainly as a political action group, the Young Republicans Club has three main areas oi interest: 'ID advocating Republican principles, QD electing Republican candidates, and 33 promoting political education on campus through activities such as the mock convention and election, soapbox programs on political issues, and speeches by Republican politicians. This year the club was under the chairmanship oi Dan l-lildebrand who was assisted by the other otiicers, Webb Stevens, Ramona -lrinrud, Gail Bohnen, and Charles Wright. Young Republicians-First Row: B. Knowles, C. Bassett, G. Bohnen, W. Stevens, D. l-lildebrand, P. Smith, E. Bievman. Second Row: J. Wiseman, W. Matazewski, R. l-lanson, R. Trinrucl, V E. Wiegner, C. Wright. Wisconsin Conservatives The Wisconsin Conservative Club's primary objective for the year, a "Frontal attack on liberalism", was approached through two general areas-a speaker program and the maintenance oi a library. Their speakers, secured from America and Europe, included such eminent men as M. Stanton Evans and William F. Buckley, Jr. This program was carried out by president Roger Claus and executive board members, Richard S. Wheeler, Gale Riund, and Anthony Cadden. Wisconsin Conservative Club-First Row: M. Johnson, A. Blank, J. l-lohman, J. Winetzki, C. D.Almaine, P. Ketchpavv. Second Row: D. McCoy, F. Becker, W. Stevens, l-l. l-lempe, G. Ptund, A. Cadden. Third Row: J. Peterson, R. Claus, R. Wheeler, R. Wilner. J. Conen. 222 Vikings-First Row: I. Lykke, J. l-lackman, D. Tresselt, A. Falk, J. l-lorelli, A. Boel, P. Nordwall, H Leschly The 1961 Vikings arrived in Madison on September 7th and stayed at the City YMCA during registration and rush. Later they pledged fraternities and then moved into the dihferent houses. The group meets every Tuesday For parties and to talk over their problems. Cn December 6th the group held a reception for the Faculty and For honorary Vikings. The group celebrated Lucia Day on December 13th by sere- nading sororities and holding a party For friends. Between semesters the group went to lron Mountain, Michigan, for sightseeing. The Vikings planned to leave the University about the First ol June to return home by the way ol Texas, New Qrleans, and Delaware. The Vikings are composed of eight students from four different countries. Anders Falk and Peter Nordwall represent Sweden, ,looa l-lackmann and ,lohan l-lorelli are from Finland, l-lans-l-lenrik Leschly and Axel Boel come from Denmark, while Dag -lresselt and lvar Lykke are from Norway. lvar Lykke serves as captain of the Vikings. Vikings Brittingham Scholars-First Row: O. Petursson, J. Jonsson, M. Buck, O. Tuomala, A. Paulsen, A. Karvonen, Y. Struye. Second Row. T. Brit- tingham Ill, K. Stenstrom, J. Sacklovvski, H. Timmerman, H. Diercxsens. Briftinghams 224 Farewell, Madison. The First group of Brittingham lnternational Scholars came to the University of Wisconsin campus in the Fall ot 1954 as the result of an idea ol the late -lhomaslf. Britting- ham, Jr., one ot the l,lniversity's greatest henelactors. l-lis idea vvas this: to select young people lrom various countries of Europe vvho gave promise ot hecoming luture leaders, to bring them to Wisconsin to study on the campus and to learn the American vvay ot lite and thought, and to expect them, on their return to their native lands, to interpret America and Americans to their Fellow countrymen. The 1960-6'l lnternationals are the last scholars to attend the University under the plan as it vvas introduced by Mr. Brittingham. Although they represent several countries ol Europe, they show remarkable unity in their desire to understand America and to help America understand them. Feeling deeply gratelul, they have taken this opportunity to say it in several Ways: Thankyou Danlqe schon Dank u lack so mycl4et Merci Kiitoksia lcaikesta YMCA Student-Faculty tiresicles, international student vveelcends, freshmen dinner groups, intercollegiate conferences and retreats, a Washington Ll.N. Seminar, and iollc music-integra- tion Worlcshops were among the wide variety of activities included in the YMCA program. The year's program was planned to further the purpose of the Association, to promote and maintain a sense of respon- silnility For increased understanding and practice of the Christian philosophy in all phases of personal living. Qiticers lor the year were Anclra l'lerriot, president, Robert Gosse, vice-president, Karl Schihfmayer, house chair- man, Larry Burroughs, treasurer, and Bruce Kehl, secretary. YMCA-First Row: Cu. Belo, P. Schoof, R. Konbel, F. Fulrilcan, R. Lettman, K. Schitfmayer, J. Selman, W. Rosser, B. Strin, J, Schuchardt. Second -row: P. Enriqurz, J. Gudowski, R. Larson R. l-lalloin, S. Schur, W. Klodniclci, J. Arbetman, T. l-litt, R. Stephenson, S. Price, P. King, R. Gosse, L. Burroughs, D. Mueller. Third row: B. Sohieski, R. Anderson, R. Gosse, S. Prasad, P. Clark, J. Correll, K. Koiser, J. Lautenschlager, H. Brachtl, J. Strim, l-l. Schneider, A. Lillyquist, P. Stiles, E. Paterson, D. Murray, D. Le Croix, K. Grant. Fourth row: L. Konstantinov, V. Belousov, J. Bottlcol T. Porett, R. Davison M. Diamond, S. Salzman, E. Coats, P. Poellinger, B. Jones, J. Borland, R. Berger, W. Steinlce, L. Ansorge, D. Rindtleish D. Richter, D. Neiderhiser, D. Du Bey. 225 YWCA--First Row: B. l-lanna, G. Lefco, A. Simpson, P. Walker, Dt Conner. Second Row: l. Thomas S Fant, M Newell B Sutton The University YWCA served the needs ol women stu- dents on campus by providing them with an opportunity for Christian growth personally, socially, and intellectually. The members worlced with the Y-Teens in the state this year. Qther service projects included volunteer worlc at the orthopedic hospital and an international student program. Under this plan Foreign students are given an opportunity to view community life throughout the state with a YWCA- YMCA guide and companion. Officers were Betsy Sutton, president, Gail Leica, vice- president, Darlene Conner, secretary, and Betty l-lanna, treasurer. Miss Martha Newell served as club advisor. 226 YWCA Resident Aides l-First Row: T. Lane, J. Bennett, N. Giller, S. Schaffer, J. Vodieka, J. Kruger, B. Godow, D. Adler. Second Row: S. Phillips, S. Beck, M. Browne, B. l-lorwitz, J. Giese, M. Goldberg, A. Klein, C. Rudberg, M. l-lediger. Third Row: D. Jones, R. Myrant, C. Milkowski, E. Nakamura, K. Reed, N. Walsten, S. Seering. , The job of the AWS Resident Aides is to orientate freshman women to the University of Wisconsin. This orientation program is set up through AWS, combined with the Dean of Womenfs office. It is carried out primarily in the living units of freshmen women on campus. Led by chairman Sue Rhillips, the AWS Resident Aides set their goals for the year. They encouraged students to question and evaluate their educational goals in the Q o college communityand to become accustomed to an academic atmosphere. The group also works to acquaint students with the campus community and the facilities and oppor- tunities it offers. The aides help freshmen become ac- quainted with professional staff members. They work to keep a friendly, personal relationship for the freshmen women and the campus. The sixty-seven AWS Resident aides are most active during the first two weeks of school, although the program continues throughout the year. Several meetings held during the year featured special guest speakers. Resident Aides ll-First Row: D. Franklin, V. l-laynes, K. Schaefer, R. Reincke, B. Beaty, E. Jones, S. Rumney, R. Friedland, V. Schwartz. Second Row: J. Davison, S. Briese, R. Richards, J. Landmeier, A. Lindberg, M. Topel, B. Falle, S. Orr, S. Roenz, T. Seton. Third Row: N. Bredendick, G. Becker, S. Long, S. Jack, R. Wickel, J. Klug, J. Rosenwald, J. l-lahn, D. Messman, B. Janzer. .pun-4-int-uv.mvx.nn:':f.,w-uw 1, .--H - r V + --- AWS Co-ed's Congress Representatives: V. Liner, A. Coed, K. Flugstad, J. l-loolc, G. Leclc, B. Coed. AWS Co-ecl's Congress Representatives AWS Convention Steering Committee Co-ed's Congress, composed oi representatives from all womens' living units on time campus, meets every two weelcs and acts as time AWS legislature body. joy l'loolc, AWS vice-president, acted as tlwe presiding oiiicer of tlwe Con- gress, which considers suclw matters as womens' liours, probation restrictions, and scholastic programs. Representatives of tlwe steering committee For tlwe intercol- legiate Associated Women Students' National Convention made time preliminary arrangements for tlwe event. The Wisconsin campus was tlwe scene of time convention during spring vacation. Qver 500 delegates from Q50 member sclwools all over tlwe United States attended tire convention irom April Q-6. Convention Steering Committee-First Row: C. Mather, N. Levin. Second Row: M. Olen, C. Benlcert, A. Kujath, C. l-loppenfelcl. H!:I :I '1 DJ C: -1 U1 0519 me Q 303.2 N 'F U I-035 D Q5-a V. EPZWI 0 'HUOQ o 02' -1' x: 20-"" - sg 5? 7U5"g Q .. 55-'pi :' ' VLLQUQ X703 O mom o EEF? gm?L E' wgxcojr " :s FDRSLL mCS"'fD 3 3 gx Eno C :WCP N L. N Q10 . KC gurl r--13.51 cu Tm - Xb UP- S . 3325 TOD fofjgaa USSR 2:1 :- Ex 05 -175 , 9-' 2,0 59,1 51'-f" U,- 9533 x 'U LZ' glng Q n 360 O1-:J 97V or P53 LN UU '99, G 9 HOD CD70 l"OfD Dx imw F25 3 3'-1 -D IM? TU GQS D 30 Nrm E' F321 wmg S'-205 'BBQ o. : www 1 -. N UN oiw Alpha Delta Theta-First Row: B. l-laas, J. Frey, J. Dietz, E. Rosenberry, l-l. Ceder- baum. Second Row: R. Sadauski, B. Weiner, P. Randall, C. Lux, B. Celilc, D. de Vos. Third Row: S. Orr, Cu. Nalevac, M. Lieske, C. Pearl, S. Ugoretz, S. Krohn, D. Labo- vvitz, S. Radtlce, V. Bleclc, J. Zeier, S. Coulter, P. fVlcGinnity, B. Regling, P. Lar- son. Fourth Row: lvl. Blom, J. Swiggum, F. Anderson, J. Wiezeleslci, C. Bouwman, N. Frailing, M. Saari, J. Wieseman, K. Fleury, D. Cappoert, S. Schrubbe, A. Winlcler Alpha Delta Theta ll you had your Finger pricked and your bloocl typed at Campus Carnival, no doubt it was done by the members ol Alpha Delta Theta at their traditional booth. l-leading the group which this year compiled a pamphlet on the course ol medical technology was Patricia Randall, president, Rita Saduslci, vice-president, Barb Winer and Carol Lux, secretaries, Diane DeVos, treasurer, and Betty Celilq, historian. The group, which has membership by invitation, held its annual Founders' Day Banquet in February. Alpha Tau Delta HTo lorm a close bond of lriendship, lellowship, mutual helpfulness and understanding among college women in the nursing prolessionf' is one ol the purposes ol Alpha Tau Delta, a sorority For women in nursing. Educational spealcers were presented at meetings. The sorority also held a Val- entine Formal and, to meet its motto, "United in Service", its members worked atthe University Blood Drive. Olticers were Jo lsberg, president, Mary Tschudy, vice-president, Karen Burlce, secretary, and Sandra Nolte, treasurer. Alpha Tau Delta-First Row: M. Santee, B. l-lughes, R. Kisting, M. Norris, J. Lawson, l. Wasberg. Second Row: S. Nolte, N. l-lanson, M. Tschudy, J. lsberg, S. Watson, M. Pozorslci, M. Benson. Third Row: S. Conway. J. Anderson, R. l-lelmlce, K. Fcilz, J. Lehmann, S. Grabel, L. Jepsen, J. Meitner, S. James, D. Nechuatal, E. Wright, C. Crook, E. Pearson, M. Walker, M. Schanlc. Fourth Row: S. Lerch, R. Mathewson, K. Nyholm, R. Ewing, S. Keller, E. Cosentino, E. l-lendriclcson, K. Schmedly, K. Schwebs, D. Ebben, J. Arteberry, J. Novak. Phi Chi-First Row: D. l-larper, E. Juell, T. Donovan, C. Andringa, L. Breklce, S. l-lull, D. Mathison, l-I. Wahl, L. Eggman, W. Brunette. Second Row: M. Trewartha, B. Lenartz, J. Murphy, R. Cornford, A. l-lutter, L. Baer, C. Olson, N. Geimer, R. Schumacher, J. Clemons, J. Basiliere, l-l. Murley, J. Kramer. Third Row: G. Tuffli, B. Neesvig, R. McCracken, T. l-landrich, K. Goetz, P. Raich, W. Fritschel, J. Miller, T. l-lenlce, J. Vosmek, F. Bongiorno, J. Sarbaclcer, R. Sommerhang. Fourth Row: G. Gehl, R. Sherman, J. l-lonish, L. Krueger, J. Shafer, M. Lambert, J. Marshall, R. Atwood, R. Gritzmacher, F. Bannister, W. Shelp, J. l-lamacher, A. Boelcer. Fifth Row: R. Wesenberg, C. Vavrin, B. Summers, R. Williams, J. Kehm, R. Murphy, D. Rewey, J. Close, D. Ritzenthaler, D. Moody, R. Chan, R. Streble, R. Anderson, J. Rice, E. Koch, K.KrowI, D. Pierpont, D. Zimmerman, J. Lulaclc. Phi Chi Phi Chi, the largest medical fraternity on campus, elected Clark Qlson, president, Dolph l-lutter, vice-president, Robert Schumacher, treasurer, and Leslie Baer, secretary, to direct the club calendar for the year. Activities included visits by guest speakers and a great deal of worl4 con- tributing to the success of the medical inter-fraternity ball held in December. The proceeds from the ball were con- tributed to a prospective medical library and a student loan fund for medical students. Cthera Othera, a professional organization for occupational therapy students, aims to further interest in this field and bring activities to the group which are not taught in the classroom. Sara l-lelbling, who served as president, directed the annual fall tea, the Christmas party, the Spring Banquet, and the craft demonstration, the major events of the past year. Assisting Sara were Carol Wentz, Carol Schmid, Marilee Rhein, and Connie Platz. Othera-First Row: M. Rhein, C. Schmid, S. l-lelbling, C. Wentz, C. Platz. Second Row: I. Burlcs, S. Lins, K. Timm, C. Minor, B. Graff, L. Melnilc, J. Gardenier, K. l-lost, K. Schloemer, S. Johnson, K. Reed. Third Row: S. Waggershauser, C. Anton, B. Gwin, L. Yeoman, S. Dine, S. Berke, R. Benlcert, S. Nelson, S. Chapin, J. Manion, C. Stevens, A. Garloclc, A. Gubbay. Fourth Row: P. McPeelc, A. Clark, M. Robison, G. l-lolt, J. TeRonde, S. Smith, N. Shurts, C. Keck, J. Brennell. B. Miner, l-l. Cohn, J. Davis, M. Greene, 231 Kappa Epsilon-First Row: R. Berry, R. Kuclchann, B. Beier, S. l-larford, L. Schwartz, A. Elcdahl, K. Latimer, gl. Rodee, Dr. Busse. Second Row: S. Frank, S. Heuer, M. Joelson, M. Berg- wall, G. Kocvara, S. Beighley, L. Fredericlcson, K. Cavanaugh, S. Gasche, M. Korn, l-l. Gilbert. Kappa Epsilon Kappa Epsilon, national professional pharmacy sorority to unite women in the field of pharmacy, brought their membership up to nearly'lOO7fg of the girls in Pharmacy School, when they pledged nine new members at the Fall Rush. Social activities of the year included parties with Alpha Chi Sigma and Kappa Psi, national pharmacy fraternity. Officers this year were: Libby Schwartz, president, Betty Beir, vice-president, Sally l-larford, secretary, and Audrey lfl4dahl, treasurer. Kappa Psi During the year, Kappa Rsi, national professional phar- macy fraternity, worked to promote professional activity and fellowship among men in the pharmacy school. The fraternityis activities included discussions presented by faculty members. The social calendar was highlighted by a St. Valentines party and a spring formal. Gfficers were jack Parker, regent, Galen Swenson, vice-regent, Richard Weber, treasurer, and Robert Buerlci, secretary. Kappa Psi--First Row: R. Palzer, G. Peterson, M. l-lalmar, R. Weber, J. Anderson, R. Bauch, A. Suehs, R. Reimer. Second Row: W. Amell, J. Reznichelc, R. Buerld, G. Conard, W. Stern, G. l-lapka, R. Vlach, l-l. Let, T. Wysocki. Third Row: D. Schneider, C. Nelson, P. Kappa, J. George, C. Cook, G. Swenson, R. Oberhofer, T. Kies, L. Dannenberg, S. Lesniak, P. Schannen, K. Onsrud. 232 Phi Theta-First Row: A. Meyers, K. Vance K. Wenger, E. Gilley, E. Leitl, Miss M. Hayes, S. Polhemus, J. Gilmore, B. Sutton, V. Kuehn. Second Row: D. Aschenback, R. Jacobs, B. Hahn, C. Schoenfeld, S. Friedman, K. Lundgren, C. Vater, J. Larsen, L. Tarzy, A. Schlue- ter, J. Martin, J. Reinert. Third Row: E. Erb, S. Comins, G. Watson, K. Brocade, A. Andres, J. Kleven, R. Reincke, B. Miller, M. Steffen, J. Bensemann, B. Hughes. Phi Theta Open to any student enrolled in Physical Therapy and interested in knowing more about the various fields open to them, Phi Theta completed another year on the campus. Frequent meetings with physical therapist speakers were held and movies about this field were shown to the members. Spring activities included a banquet and a skit. Qfficers of the past year were Flva Leitl, president, Sue Polhemus, vice-president, Fmily Gilley, secretary, Janis Gilmore, treasurer, and Miss Mary Jane Hayes, advisor. Wisconsin . . Pharmaceutical Society The Wisconsin Pharmaceutical Society was founded on campus to promote interest in pharmacy and to acquaint students with the opportunities of the profession. At regular monthly meetings, members of the society heard noted authorities in the profession and represen- tatives from the pharmaceutical industry speak. Qfficers for the year were Charles Schmitt, president, Len Koenig, vice-president, Marcia Joelson, secretary, Helen Gilbert, treasurer, and Dr. Ernest Stieb, advisor. Wis. Pharm. Society-First Row: J. Hughes, R. Webber, B. Bauch, B. Greenwood, B. Vlach, B. Reimer, K. Onsrud, B. Kane. Second Row: R. Kuckhahn, S. Harford, L. Koenig, H. Gilbert, M. Joelson, C. Schmitt, G. Kocvara, M. Korn, S. Frank, A. Ekdahl, K. Latimer, T. Tucholski, M. Bergwall, K. Cavenaugh. Third Row: G. Hapka, G. Swenson, L. Merrill, R. Burke, L. Schwartz, S. Lesniak, H. Lee, J. Anderson, D. Schneider, G. Blessinger, H. Jahn. Fourth Row:W. Stern, G. Conrad, L. Circhner, J. Veatch, R. Hollenberger, C. Nelson, P. Sehanen, A. Stawicki. Fifth Row: R. Marcus, P. Antonie, K. Look, Dr. E. Steib, J, George, A. Suehs, R. Oberhoffer, T. Kies, R. Distecki, T. Wysocki, G. Bratland. 233 IFMQZI Phi Epsilon Kappa-First Row: Dr. L. Rariclc, E. Van Duser, C. Stebbins, G. Gray, T. Gabert. Second Row: J. Ander- son, D. Delong, W. Marshall, T. Apts, D. Vander Velden, C. Smith, R. Rippe, G. Alli, L. l-lerpes. Phi Epsilon Kappa "To loster scientific research and raise professional standards and ethics" are the goals ol Phi Epsilon Kappa, men's prolessional physical education fraternity. Under the leadership oi Clay Stebbins, the Theta chapter sponsored recreational activities and provided services to groups interested in the Llniversity's physical education program. Qther ollicers ol the chapter were Duane Young, Gene Gray, Trent Gabert and lfrhardt VanDuser. George Bauer and John Anderson were faculty advisors. Dolphin Swim Club "Swimming Fun" was the aim ol the aquatic lovers in the Dolphin Club. This year the Dolphin Club became a mem- ber ol the lnternational Academy ol Aquatic Art. Led in activities by Betsy Eeles, president, Marilyn Schaus, vice-president, Katy Taylor, secretary-treasurer, and Roberta Prees, publicity chairman, the Dolphins spent a busy year. Cn December 3rd a worlcshop was held with eight colleges participating. A group attended the annual conference at Michigan and the spring show was presented. Dolphin Swim Club-First Row: K. Lunde, M. l-lammerel, K. l-lemphill, D. Bucholz, J. Gintz, A. Davies, S. Braunschweiger.Second Row: M. Osen, K. Gallati, N. Goodman, K. Taylor, B. Eeles, B. Prees, l-l. Moran, A. Spatiord, K. Lowenthal, C. Buschick. Third Row: L. Bannister, S. Yarne, B. Lipscomb, M. Goers, J. Verwohlt, S. Mulliken, K. Newell, N. Zimmy, V. Mason, M. Ohrn, sl. Wallis, M. Butterworth Cadvisorj, B. Fairbanks Cadvisorb, R. Brawer. Women's Phy Ed Club-First Row: K MacDonald, S. Gerland, B. Kovvitz. Second Row: J. Schlereth, S. Schaffer B. Johnson, C. Freas, S. Farmer, C Carnes, Third Row: N. Ahsmann, N Gilbert, A. Lindberg, F. Singer, N. Mun- son, J. Dittmer, S. Knauf. Women's Phy Ed Club -l-l'lG Women's plnysical Education group is a professional organization for majors in tlwis Field vvtio plan and coordinate tlwe plwy ed program. llwey started tlweir year vvitlw a Fresln- men-Transfer lea, at Wlniclw time tliey introduced tlwese new students to tlwe university program. Also on tlie agenda were a Clwristmas Party, l-liglw Sclwool Day wlwen highschool students participated in university activities, and Senior Send-QPF. Qiticers were Carol Freas, Sue Farmer, Barbara Jolinson, and Sue Sclwaetier. Women's Recreational Association "We exist For tlwe campus women and sponsor a variety oi activities and events tlnat vvill interest every vvoman on campus," said Alice Kovvitz, president of W.l2.A. Qtlier officers include Ann Lindberg, vice-president, Cindy Knoblauclw and Joyce Witbbroe, secretaries, Barbara Klee, treasurer, Kay l-lerman, publicity, and Carolyn Benson, advisor. W.l2.A.'s main activity lor tlwe year was tlwe sale of pom- poms during l-lomecoming weelc-end. Women's Recreation Association-First Row: C. Knoblouch, Miss C. Benson, B. Kowitz, A. Lindberg, B. Klee. Second Row: M. Stoutfer, N. Munson, J. Withbroe, P. Mulrine, K. l-lerman. fbi FPUH gg, 235 ', 5 Phi Beta-First Row: L. Moody, l-l. Levine, L.Sinl4e, F. Fuller, F. Matson, Cl-lousfeld, M. Larson. Second Row: B. Pinter, J. Po- mainville, J. Vodiclca, K.Abbott, K. Waaclc, J. Thielman, J. Martin, R. Swanson, J. Stewart, G. Mose- ley, M. Cannonberg, G. Guthrie, E. Klein, A. Groves, I. Matson. Phi Beta Phi Beta, an honorary Women's group, vvas organized 'ito loster the Finest in speech and music at the university level." The group was active in Wisconsin ldea theater productions, Play Circle productions and contributed its directed and acting talents to the production ol the Wis- consin Players. The pledges also Found time to present several plays in the childrens, wards ol Madison hospitals. Qlhcers were Frances Fuller, president, Frances Matson, vice-president, Laura Moody, treasurer, Carol l'lousfeld and JanetWallace, secretaries, and Lucia Sinlce, rush chairman. Sigma Alpha Eta Sigma Alpha Eta, professional speech correction and audiology fraternity, aims to inspire interest in academic and clinical activities. President Mary Clarlc reported a variety ol projects lor the year including the annual tea in Qctober, participation in the Wisconsin Speech l-learing Association Meeting, and a project of collecting magazines For the Mendota State lnstitution. Qther members of the executive board were Rosalind losti, Pat Leveroos, and Devora Dubovv. Sigma Alpha Eta-First Row: S. McBeath, C. Tiegs, B. Beardsley, K. Leveque, A. Shlensky. Second Row: B. l-lansen, Strom, R. Tosti, M. Clark, M. Leveroos, D. Dubow. Third Row: S. Posner, L. l-lagberg, J. Olsen, M. l-liebert, L. Adamson, L. Anton, D. Keenan, J. Kahn, K. McCloskey, M. l-logseth, P. Turner, M. Robinson, N. Kaminer, S. Terman, B. Polacheclc. Fourth Row: B. Jacobson, M. Garon, B. Kramer, B. Sher, S. Safer, S. l-lersh, E. Wilson, M. Webster, S. Anderson, E. Stolts, L. Simlcins, K. Gobar, T. Levy. waxy. - -. ,,.. . X. ,gg . . 3 i . W Phi Mu Alpha, the professional music fraternity, included in its membership anyone interested in the Field ol music. The group aims to further the cause ol American music, although all types of music were discussed and played. The fraternity, which was Founded in 'l900, was directed this year by Tom Buchauser as president, with Ken Stevens, vice-president, John Leisenring,secretary, Milce George, treasurer, John Michel, historian, Don l-leeron, warden, and Milce Castagna, executive secretary. The group sponsored the All-American Music Concert which included soloists and ensembles. Combined with its sister group, Sigma Alpha lota, the group planned the Tournament ol Song The Phi Mus gained musical experience and also learned various styles of music from several bands and trios who per- formed For the fraternity. Their meetings also featured several guest speakers, including Professor Werner who discussed 'Kthe Physics ol Sound." They also ushered For several programs sponsored by the School of Music. Phi Mu Alpha Phi Mu Alpha-First Row: J. Michel, K. Stevens, D. Whitaker Cadvisorb, T. Buchhauser, J. Leisenring. Second Row P Breske R Freidman, M Cuthbert, P. Johnson, D. l-leeron, B. Lanz, Third Row: M. George, R. White, J. Schellahardt, R. l-loutler, G. Stitch, D Smith D Castagna ..lfs.lnfs? A Sigma Alpha lota-First Row: N. Shurts, S. Griswolcl, J. Fenner, E. Otterson, J. Brown, A. Whitney, K. Fenrick, K. Joyce. Second Row: S. lftlfxaseg Dehring, B. Merkel, G. Korseberg, K. Fowell, S. Simonsen, E. Van Ness, C. Kalscheur, M. lmingen, M. Larson, L. Johnson, G. Waite, iss is er. Rho Chapter of Sigma Alpha lota, professional music sorority, celebrates its 40th year of activity on the Uni- versity of Wisconsin campus in 'l96'l, being founded here in April, 'l92'l. ln honor of this anniversary, Ul2ho-Round- Up" and State Day were held April 21-Q3 in cooperation with the SAI Madison Alumnae Chapter. The purpose of Sigma Alpha lota is to uphold the ideals and standards of music in colleges, conservatories, and universities and to give its members inspiritional, educa- tional, and social aids. ' Phi Mu Alpha also joined Rho Chapter in celebrating their own 40th birthday by vvorlcing together especially on the American Music Concert held April 2'l. Other ac- tivities of Sigma Alpha lota in which they joined the Phi Mus were providing ushers for all concerts in Music l-lall, Tournament of Song, and sponsoring a student- faculty coffee hour. Qfficers for the year vvere JoAnne Brown, president, Ann Whitney, vice-president, Sharon Grisvvold, recording secretary, Kay Fowell, corresponding secretary, Carol Dehring, treasurer, Jeri Waite, chaplain, Elizabeth Van Ness, sergeant-at-arms, and Karen fenriclc, editor. 238 The 'l96O-6'l University Women's Chorus was the largest group in the history ot the chorus. Eighty-one girls from all Fields ol study and all areas of the country took part in chorus activities this year. Officers lor the group included Karen Fenrick, president, Louise Johnson, vice-president, and Nancy Shurts, sec- retary-treasurer. The chorus was directed this year by Professor Dale W. Gilbert o - y The chorus participated in the annual Christmas program S with the other University choral organizations and also took part in the Mid-Winter Music Clinic. During semester break, the chorus sang For the annual Farm and l-lame Week banquet and also lor the annual Wisconsin Company convention. ln the spring, the chorus took its annual two-day tour, appearing at high school assemblies and evening concerts in southern Wisconsin. They also presented a concert with the University Men's Glee Club. Women's Chorus-First Row: R. Baury C. Collins, J. Lutf, S. Gribble, S. Myers, N. Johnston, K. Gross, E. Oswald, S. Kneppreth, R. Rauschen- berger, K. Fenrick, D. Rossiter, M. Marsh, C. Caldwell, N. Dille, B. Sachnolf, M. Weber. Second Row: N. Giller, M.Jinkins, G. Gersh, S Lee, L. De Baere, A. Whitney K. Mennes, K. Meadow, C. Bedal, L. Johnson, M. Allen, J. Ayres, K. Bennett, P. Allen, J. Brown, S. Olson N. Shurts, S. Dufley, B. Janzer. Third Row: B. Gerlich, C. Haynes, J. Anderson, M. Anderson, M. Meacham, C. Barker, B. Boss, R. Tanner, B. Cassiman, M. MacKesey, J. Dvorak, K. Metzen, J. Brandenburg, A. Nelson, S. Gillingham, M. Ganswindt, P. Gruehn, A. Ecilcins. Fourth Row G. Korseberg, C. Kalscheur, l-l. Loehning, L. St. Louis, J. Brandenburg, D. Suess, P. Voelz, E. Peterson,,M. Watkins, P. Michael, C. Cummings B. Batty, l. Beck, G. Gilbert, B. l-lassel, M. Glesne, C. Paynter, B. Hayes, S. Putnam, R. Ziemer, J. Sauer. 239 This year seventy members made up the University of Wisconsin's A Capella Choir, vvhich is open to all who Wish to try out. The choir had many performances during the year. They sang For the vvinter music clinic, senior convocation, and for a combined meeting ol the Wisconsin legislatures, which marked an opening ol the Civil War centennial ' Qllicers For the year included Gary Rieman, president, A Paul Breske, vice-president, Barbara Merkel, secretary, and Mary McAndrews, treasurer. The director is Professor J. Russell Paxton. The Christmas program, spring banquet, and the group's annual tour rounded out traditional activities for the choir. The group marked a First this year when it performed the Jewish Sacred Number by Ernest Blanch, the First pre- sentation in Madison. A Capella Choir-First Row: L. Goll, P. Baldwin, T. Larson, G. Vosmek, P. Peck, M. Palmer, E. Otterson, S. Naset, M. McAndrews, C. Booth, J. Prochnow, S. Parnell, B. l-leiple, S. Thomson, C. Dehring, J. Connell C. Rohrer, J. Raimer. Second Row: M. Welsh, J. Church, K. Nelson, K. Fovvell, G. Pitkin, S. Putzer, A. Kautz, B. Merkel, J. Weatherly, G. Mosely, J. Donaworth M. Combs, M. Triplett, M. Lee, A. Kracmer, E. Van Ness, S. Simonsen, C. Laudenslager. Third Row: C. LaMarche, M. Birkle, D. l-lelsabeck, W. Millard, G. Klotz, D. l-lill, T. Otto, J. Margenau, W. West, R. Reznichek, G. Stich, D. Mannis, W. Gower, M. Castagna, J. McCarthy, P. Breske, R. Peterson, D. Nelson, M. Musolf. Fourth Row: B. Casey, l-l. l-lassberg, D. West, F. Leist, D. Wenclland, J. Marquart, S. Evans, R. Larget, R. O'Brien, J. Miller, M. Wopat, G. Riegler, G. Rieman, R. Davies, J. Goetz, J. Michel, C. Huebner, W. Gries, J. Kompsie. l 240 Qtten considered one ofthe Finest choruses in the United States, the University of Wisconsin's Men's Glee Club is indeed an organization of merit in the Field of music. 'It was Founded almost 75 years ago and last year become the First prominent campus organization to tour abroad in Europe. Qfticers who aided Director Arthur F. Becknell in plan- ning a Fine repertoire lor the year included Clavin Dew- snap, president, Dennis Cook, vice-president, and Edward Sandvold, business manager. While on tour in the Appleton and Milwaukee areas, the group Featured songs from "Oklahoma" in addition to their regular numbers. During their busy schedule, the Men's Glee Club pre- sented concerts at Edgewood College and Madison West l'ligh School. ln addition the club appeared at the Qrien- tation Conference in the Wisconsin Center, the annual Christmas Choral Concert at Luther Memorial Church, the Madison Women's Club, the Mid-Winter Music Clinic at the Memorial Union and the Burlington Founders' Day Banquet. Men's Glee Club-First Row: T. Adler, J. Cotton, R. Davidson, D. Cook, D. Cook, F. Balsley, C. Dewsnap, J. Smith, G. Devine, L. Lichte, D. Lautz D. l-lamilton, M. Rehberg, T. Cook, T. Swan, A. Becknell, Director. Second Row: D. Kelly, R. Meyer, M. Graumann, R. Conley, D. l-lelsabeck J. Grosnick, E. Sandvold, J. l-larvey, P. Eberman, M. Utech, E. Strade, J. Ford, Ca. Dunn, C. Lotman, Z. Fritsche. Third Row: R. Johnston, C. Fosmark J. Wemyss, J. Wright, T. Taylor, B. Olson, R. DeVries, T. Cause, F. Green, J. Swanson, W. Weege, M. Schwartz, P. Paul, K. Brigham, G. Blanchard Fourth Row: P. Fetzer, J. Reynolds, K. Adler, J. Schmitz, T. Degerstedt, G. Palmer, L. Adler, R. Bassman, R. l-laase, R. Schaus, J. Williams, D. Maki P. Miller, R. Paska, D. Wax, L. Weston. 241 Our Town-October 'I 960 ln l4eeping with its purpose of acquainting students with the various aspects of theatrical productions, the Wisconsin Players oltered an unusually Fine playbill this season. Major productions in the Union Theater included "0urTown" plus "Cyrano de Bergerac", ulfiss Me Kate", UCat on a l-lot Tin Roof", and UMajor Barbara". ln addition to these major productions, three play readings and live studio plays were presented in the Play Circle. Theater, like many other sl4ills, must be learned Mlrom the ground upu and any student may gain valuable ex- perience in the theater craft by working on the many crews required to bring a play into production. Sanford D. Syse, president of the Wisconsin Players, aided by Richard Christianson and Susan Park, vice- presidents, Lena Sewell, secretary, and Gibbs Murray, treasurer, directed the Players' activities for the season. ln addition to the actual dramatic productions, Wisconsin Players sponsored many social functions in order to bring together those students interested in the theatrical arts. l Wisconsin Players -.::,.-,...-...,..-gang...-v - , ,. . , ,Ww,fmw,WW,,,.,W,.f, ,vMf,..,,,,M,, . V.,.,gmME Time of Your Life-Summer 1960 fvwuivszrfz-.wv:aWm:z:Nw4wwmawxefawzwmm4 "Oh Well, That's Show Biz". . .Dave l-lundhousen and Bucky Mackenrotlfm provided much of the comedy in WONDERFUL Sl-lOW, 1960. Haresfoof 244 l-laresfoot 1961 Board of Directors-Seated: S. Leifer, P. Boylan R. l-lilsenholf. Standing: P. Breske, J. Athens, S. Mackenroth. ,. ..,,. ,. ..,,, ,..,,,, ,- L., . Planning Tour. . .Roy i-lilsenhoff, center, working out spring tour For 1961 show with George Schueppertirj, retiring business mcinci- ger ond Bucky Mcickenroth, new club presi- ent. Recruiting Skip Leifer, secited, stcxrted signing up men for the 1961 production during first semester. Leifer is vice-president of the club cmd served os Production Monoger. HAPESFQQT, . .oldest menis club on compus, hos kept up one of Wisconsinls most venercible ond zony troditions with the onnucil musicol show ecich spring. Lost yeor's pro- duction of i'Wonderful Shown proved ci successful venture into the reolm of musicol revues, o convention thot pro- vided much of the ccimpus sporkle bock in the 'l93O's. "Wonderful Show" wos o custom-tcxilored compilotion that fecitured bits of everything from Broodwcly. The l-loresfoot bonner-"All Our Girls ore Men, Yet lfveryonels A l.c1dy"-still holds high. As bock in 1909 when the first l-loresfoot show took to the rocld on its good- will tour, the l-loresfoot men still moncige odmirobly, if uprociriously, to hondle all the roles in their musicol. Leoding lcidy and chorine, and of course the i'l3ony" doncer, ore eoch cost from the clubs mole membership. ln 1960, Hlolluh Bonkhecidi' hosted the 'iWonderful Show" production. l.oird Morsholl provided the husky ond bosomy impersonation, while Dove l-lundhousen, Don Beringer, ,lohn Frohm, Dosier ldelsobeck, Bucky Mocken- roth, ond Fritz l-lornick all vied for her spotlight. The odministrotion for lost yecxr wos headed by Chon l-logey, with john Frcihm, Dove l-lundhousen, ond .lim Lorson os co-officers. "Wonderful Shown wos guided by Director John l-l. Fritz. Robert l.. Woollen wos the musicol director ond l-lorriet Norowetz, choreographer. 2 -jlxtlsalcx . I N T' Pj ' f'.?..wai I , at Moving Out . . . On the day after Easter, WONDERFUL Sl-IOW :YQ pulled out of Madison For its annual road tour through Wisconsin and Illinois. Backstage. . .Everyone makes last-minute adjustments before cur- tain time-the leads in the 1960 I-Iaresfoot production-John Frahm, Dave I-Iundhausen, Steve Maclcenroth. l i 1 '-N P5 On Stage, Everybodyl. . .I-laresfoot singers, actors and dancers Cfovvd on stage For a grand spoof of A RITE TO SPRING. ln Full Stride A patron s view shows Femme Fatale Dave l-lundhausen. Curtain Up From the wings, a stagehandsiview. The annual show tour ot l'laresioot is the official sign that spring has sprung. The familiar ul-lere Comes l-lares- lootln has become synonomous with the new season. ln the countless cities throughout Wisconsin and llli- nois, University of Wisconsin alumni and Friends await the word that l-laresioot will play their town. Limited to a one-week tour during spring vacation, the show can manage only six appearances before returning to the campus For a weekls stand at the Union Theatre. This year's K'Wonderiul Show 7949, charged through Appleton, Manitowoc, Chicago, Waukesha, and Mil- waukee to repeat the success oi last springs parent- production, HWonderlul Show". ,lohn l-l. Fritz, director, again devised and staged the musical with the assistance oi Robert Woollen and l-larriet Narowetz who also returned to their respective posts as musical director and choreographer. Leading players in the 'l96'l production included Leonard Aronson, Dick Robinson, Bucky Mackenroth, and Spike Snyder. Also Featured were Bob Blass, l-larvey Robbin, the Singing Chorus and the venerable "l3onies". 247 1-j,,."iW fail' glow s John Fritz v l-lorriet Ncirowetz ,5x0b.9"tlV5l.00lLi? Director Choreogroplwer USICC' 'VGC l I l-loresfooters mingle with the profes- sioncils. Top: Chan I-logey, Skip Leifer, and Dove I-lundhousen, of "Wonderful Show" and Eric Brotlwerson of "My Fair l.c1dy." Bottom: Skip Leifer, Edward Everett l-lorton and Ted Thompson dis- cuss the show business world. 248 Y: . -Lx-Amr.: Dedicated to the study and performance of orchestra music, the University Symphony Orchestra during this past year completed a schedule of several events. Two annual concerts were presented at the Union. ln the successful tall concert Gunnar Johansen, artist-in-residence, ap- peared as soloist. ln January the Qrchestra left Madison for a tour which included their performance at White- water. This concert was given while the group attended a music clinic in that city. The members also played for the Wisconsin Players' pro- duction of 'lKiss Me Kate" in addition to performing at the midyear convocation. Conducted by Professor Richard C. Church, the orchestra consisted of more than 90 members representing many dif- ferent fields of study and many different communities. Gfficers were Richard Schaus, president, Michael George, vice-president, Carol l-lousfeld, secretary-treas- urer, Judith Raimer, librarian, and W. Ronald Smith, stage manager. Symphony Orchestra-First violins: J. Schellhardt, C. l-lousfeld, S. Paul, J. Grams, K. Zenke, D. Ruby, A. Michel, E. Zirwes, V. l-leckman, W' Battig. Second violins: M. Dtzelmueller, J. Prochnow, G. Pitlcin, R. Bjerke, B. Bishop, F. Sentman, J. Jensen, K. Moberg, S. Solochelc, K. Fenriclcf J. Martin, O. Glaeser, G. Covelli, S. Dolby, S. Tippert, D. Murray. Violas: J. Kuersten, J. Slapilces, A. Willard, J. Wall, C. Denniston, G. Wright: D. Levin, J. Smith, S. Midelfort, T. Lambert. Violoncellos: R. Schaus, L. Swanson, R. Freedman, J. Anderson, M. l-lintz, J. Nelson, l-l. Stone, M. Davidson, J. Leatherman, D. Llscott, M. Schwab, J. Wieclci, T. Buchhauser. Basses: R. Melby, L. Skeels, P. Burgess, O. Marshall, R. Machlin, C. Kalscheur, D. l-leeren, l-l. l-lorton, G. Mosely, O. Broquist, K. Stevens. Flutes: M. Bongard, L. Roberts, S. Bussey, B. Wylie. Oboes: J. Michael, J. Messing, R. Pearson, J. Slosser, P. Fenton. Clcirinets: W. Kemp, S. Loftus, D. Peterson, S. Fritz. Bassoons: J. Forrester, J. Fenner, L. lbisch, S. Griswold S. Olson. French l-loms: D. Knutson, D. Pledger, F. Clover, L. Schwartz, K. Gross,W. Flader, P. l-laney, G. Stevens, C. l-luebner. Trumpets: J. McCarlthy, M. George, M. Castagna, K. DeVoe. Trombones: J. Leisenring, R. Smith, W. Richardson. Tuba: D. l-leeren. Timpani and Per- cussion: J. Raimer, S. Peterson. l-larps and Percussion: V. Vaulc, S. Steffen. l 249 I I Members of the Baptist Student group enjoy a fellowship banquet Baptist Student Fellowship Students presented a skit as part of the fall open house program. Program director Bob Milcox directs a group in singing. The program of the Baptist Student Center was designed to meet the needs oi students and faculty who were deeply concerned over the relationship oi Faith and l.ile. Pro- grams and study groups were designed to give students an opportunity for deep exploration in areas of personal interest. Each Sunday evening a cost supper-Fellowship hour was lollovved by a program ol movies, panels, or guest speakers exploring iiYouth in the Sixtiesn. A spring banquet, retreat at Green Lalce, concerts, and shows were some oi the year's activities. Qliicers were Bill Dahllce, president, Toni Delliauadi, ,limlVlagnuson,kleFl Dunnhleannie slonal4ait,vice-presidents, Cathy Corlett, secretary, and l-lelgafreidriclcson, treasurer. i Calvary Luthern Assoc.-First Row: l, Glock, J. Larsen, E. hlintzman, K. Schaefer, J. Kindschi, Johnson, J. Kurtz. Second Row: E. l-lintzman, D. Johnson, D. Clemens, C. Stark, M. Herman, N. Buhrovv. Third Row: K. Blast, R. Richter, The Reverend Walter Wegner. "Welcome to Calvary-your church home away from homefl This is your invitation to join others ol the Lutheran Faith to stimulate Christian understanding and apply it to every-day lite. Don Clemens, president, John Kindschi, vice-president, Elizabeth l-lintzman, secretary, and Jim Kurtz, treasurer, along with their chairmen, plan Sunday evening cost suppers and programs, Calvary choir tours throughout the state, and cotlee hours following football ggmes. Classes in the Lutheran religion are also ottered. Calvary Lutheran Chapel and Student Center. 4 . r,- J. Kindschi, K. Schaefer, J. Kurtz, and J. Johnson met to plan the center's programs. I Chrisfigan Science Organization The Christian Science organization provides University students ol this iaith with the opportunity to realize the responsibilities ol true brotherhood. Tuesday evening meetings are conducted by student readers to both share testimonies and to study scriptures and related vvritings by Mary Baker Eddy. Guest lecturers are sponsored by the group. Qllicers were Leonard Bayer, president, William Cratty, vice-president, Judy Brusberg, Sandy l-lansen, secretaries, Donna Seiler, treasurer, and Karen Myer, reader. Christian Science Organization-First Row: I. Thomas, S. Hanson, C. Carnes, D. Wasserman. Second Row: J. Olson, K. Meyer, M. Friauf, D. Seiler, J. Roamer, K. Berlce, M. Lawton. Third Row: R. Carolin, R. Robinson, Mr. Kil- gour, L., Bayer, J. Ellis, J. Wertymer, R. Robinson, B. Kilgour, M. Strong, B. Cratty, R. Weaver. B'nai B'riT Hillel Foundation l-lillel is devoted to developing a cultural, educational, and recreational program for members oi the Jevvish faith. The Foundations oflicers, Rhilip Fishman, president, Ken Yalovvitz and l-lovvard Ralay, vice-presidents, Judy Ciold, secretary, l-lal Jacobson, treasurer, Mil4e Goodman and David Sholder, members-at-large, organize Sunday evening cost suppers and arrange interfaith activities including exchange speakers and seminars. Rarties, mixers, and the study ol Judaism and l-lebrevv constitute a great part ol the program. Hillel-First Row: S. Ansell, M. Goodman, D. Sholder, l-l. Jacobson, A. Mettniclc, S. Arnstein, L. Mallcin, Rabbi Max Ticktin. Second Row: N. Rubinstein, R. Friedland, T. Lane, S. Weiner, S. Siev, C. Moss, J. Gold, R. Pronin, C. Derber. Third Row: B. Glassberg, A. Bass, l-l. Palay, P. Fish- man, Ci. Saltzberg, K. Yalovvitz. 252 Canterbury Club-First Row: D. Osgood, W. Spicer, A. Owen, J. Keene, T. Withey. Second Row: N. Van Dyke, Father T. Withey, P. Arvedson, J. Splinter, E. Leidel, Father G. White, Y. Otto, Mrs. T. Withey. Third Row: J. Neimeyer, A. Mitchem, C. Kimber, D. Murray, E. Radtke, L. Jones, J. Mueller, S. Brown, L. Melnick. Fourth Row: S. Pacey, J. Anderson L. Trebotich, C. Congdon, N. Radtke, S. Brown, C. l-lookanson, G. Woznak. Canterbury Club The Canterbury Club, the Campus organization for Episcopal students, is affiliated with the National Canter- bury Association. St. Francis l-louse, the club's home, is the campus church and student center, maintaining Sunday and weekday services during the year. Officers Peter Arvedson, president, John Splinter, vice- president, and Ed l.iedel, treasurer, made this yearls pro- gram of the Canterbury Club stimulating to its members by centering itaround the Altar and a full schedule of religious activities. United Student Fellowship The United Student Fellowship functions on campus as a center for students of the First Congregational and the Memorial Evangelical and Reformed Churches. The center sponsors Sunday evening suppers followed by lectures and panel discussion programs. Study groups gather together on Sunday afternoons to discuss, K'What am l?H and "What is God?". Officers included James Sorden, president, Diane Knerr, James Christensen, vice-presidents, JudyWest, Jean Swig- gin, secretaries, and Josephine Bergeret, treasurer. United Student Fellowship-First Row: K. Friou, J. Sorden, K. Gasper, l-l. Evans, J. Murley, S. Zellmer, K. Bozdogan, E. Yonon. Second Row: B. Hanna, C. Zahn, M. Schmeuszer, K. Mennes, G. Jackson, C. McConnell, P. l-lammer, A. Willard, A. Claire, M. lwaki. Third Row: J. Stettler, D. Cameron, R. l-lollands, M. Boebler, R. Cobb, J. Bergeret, J. Seeman, D. Knerr, G. Burdick, A. l-lerriott, P. Goldberg, J. Christensen, G. Fessen- becker, R. Veysoylu, L. Schmid. 253 Sunday night suppers brought the Wesley members together socially. Wesley Foundation The Wesley Foundation is the Methodist Student Center on the campus. Among the special events oi the Wesley Foundation this year were the World Christian Community Banquet and the Wesley Choir Christmas concert. Oilicers oi the group include john Thiesenhusen, presi- dent ol the undergraduate group, Larry Qppleger, presi- dent ol the graduate group, Mr. and lVlrs. Jerry l-ledriclc, presidents oi Wes-Weds, co-directors, Robert Sanlqs and Robert l-lamill, and assistant director, Faith Abbey. Pi Lambda Phi Kitchen Crew The Pi Lambda Kitchen Crew has recently completed the most successful year in the long history of this club ol phe- nomenal hash slingers. Throughout the year the Kitchen Crew has sought to make its motto, Ha pudding at each elbow and cottee in every lopn, well l4nown throughout the campus community. Club president Eg. G. Noodle reported that most oi the activities have revolved around the planning for the con- vention oi the lnternational Assistant Chefs Union, Pi Lambda Kitchen Crew-First Row: D. Sheppard, lvl. Portnotf, Bunnie, T. Dapp, C. Richman. Second Row: M, Spector, l-l. Beane, T, Johnson E. Mitchell, E. Cotch'em,. B. Steiner, B. Sjogren. Third Row: S. Price, W. Detterding, J. Kuersten, P. l-laimes, B. Dachelet. N4 I I The joint Military Board is composed ol the presidents From each of the eight military societies on campus. lt is the duty ol the Military Board to represent and coordinate the interests ol both the basic and the advanced students in RCTC. This yearls activities included special meetings where informative tallqs on the nationys delense were presented tothe public by authorities in the ditierent Fields. ln addition the Board sponosored other activities including the combined military shovv in the spring and the annual Military Ball. Chairman ol sloint Military Board was Guy Scott. Other officers included Don Knutzen, vice-chairman, and l.on Ruedisili, secretary-treasurer. Joint Military Board joint Military Board--First Row: N. Schwartz, D. Knutzen, J. Logeman, G. Scott, C. Steeno. Second Row: P. Kind, T.Toman, l.. Ruedisili, N Skrenes, D. Whitman, J. Marlcworth Arnold Air Society-First Row: C. Rabas, J. Grimm, D. Levvis, T. Toman, A. Lorenz, J. Pokorney, R. Traxel. Second Row: R. Goetz, K. Pfrang, j. Swanson, D. Panzenhagen, R. Stoltz, P. Einerson, l-l. McCaFFery. Third Row: W. Gundlach, T. Kelly, R. Christensen, R. Kubley, R. O'Brien, P. Plath. Arnold Air Society The Arnold Air Society is composed ol members ol the advanced corps of the AFRGTC. The group, led by Tom Toman, president, Arthur Lorenz, vice-president, John Grimm, secretary, and sloe Rororny, treasurer, tool4 tours ol Truax Field and the members attended a National Conclave during the spring in Detroit. Social aspects of the organization included participation in the intramural basketball league and aid in sponsoring Military Ball. Na'r'l. Defense Assn. ln order to familiarize ROTC cadets vvith the transporta- tion corps and problems they may encounter in service, the National Defense Transportation Association plans an in- formative program. Movies, tall4s by officers ot their past experience, and tours such as that taken through the Truax Air Base, are all part of the program which was con- ducted by Richard Christopherson. Other executive members were Gerald Moore, Adrian Krusvvicla, Richard slaclc, and advisor Captain Koleman. Nat. Def. Trans. Assoc.-First Row: C. Mallman, R. Jaeclc, R. Christopherson, Capt. Coleman, G. Moore, A. Kruswicki, N. Mancotl. Second lg5ovigtT. Deutsch, S. Freidstein, D. MacNeil, T. l-lackenburg, R. Neiclermeyer, R. Birk, R. Christiansen, R. l-lughes, T. Benner, W. Faust, D. Block, . evens. . . .. ... . , .-. W .. . , . . -.. . .... .Y .. . , .. D L . -,. .-.,. .,.. The Nautilus Society, an organization lor students en- rolled in NROTC units, vvorlcs to obtain a group Feeling among the midshipmen. At present the society has a mem- bership of 250. The goal ot the Nautilus Society is to promote greater familiarity vvith naval atlairs. To carry out this goal the society sponsored many activities during the past year in- cluding clubs and team meets. At their monthly meetings the group sponsored speakers to tallc on naval atlairs and their experiences. As the big project of the year, Nautilus spon- sored the Navy Ball. The executive council consisted ol a representative From each class. Nautilus ofticers lor the past year were Guy Scott, president, slohn Pope, vice-president, Ronald White, secretary, Jerry l-liclts, treasurer, and Lieutenant Reardon, advisor. Nautilus Society Nautilus Society-First Row: Reichwein, D. Farley, C. Robb, G. Scott, R. White, G. l-liclcs. Second Row: R. Virtue, sl. Pope M Mendlson J Markvvorth, D. Mietzel. i Pershing Rifles-First Row: MfSgt. Matzen, Capt. Crittenden, W. Meilahn, N. Goodman, D. Whitmer, J. l-lanke, R. Lederer, SfSgt. Gaul. Second Row: J. DuBois, L. Dannen- berg, F. Blackburn, D. Olinger, J. l-lulder, R. Skilton, J. Bailey, D. Davidson, W. Stevens. Third Row: P. McNaughton, R. Gilbert, R. Drake, T. Cochrane, R. l-landley, R. Smith, L. Botts, B. Whitmer. Fourth Row: W. Remlinger, F. Mesner, l-l. Lenius, R. Kesselman, J. Wright, L. Lukowicz, i-I. Albert, T. I-iitt. Fifth Row: F. Fauny, R. Dicke, T. Willoughby, J. Petersen, P. Aspinwall, R. Rosen- tield, T. Tripp, R. Flockney. Sixth Row: B. Roon, B. Jones, S. Wolf- gram, P. Osgood, M. Mersch, T. Wyngaard, C. Mazursky, R. Rogoski. Seventh Row: A. Bloom, D. Schnar- sky, A. Jorgenson, R. Sweet, S. Synder, J. l-leindel, W. Bird, J. Flentje. Eighth Row: J. Rosburg, R. Bohlman, B. Eggener, B. Yeager, C. Stein, W. Braun, F. Rost, D. Dom- rath. Ninth Row: J. Pavlak, B. Miller, W. Roethke, J. Schaefer, R. Swanson, M. Quirk, G. Wolske, M. Karcz. Pershing Rifles Pershing Rifles, which serves as an honorary military organization, aims to develop better military leaders and to train drill teams. Members are selected by a group ol oiiicers from the army RCTC. Besides attending meets in Champaign, Chicago, and Minneapolis, the group provided the color guard for athletic and social iunctions. l-lead oi the group was Dennis Whitmer, who was assisted by Lt. l"lanke, Lt. Wm. Meilhan, advisor Capt. F. Crittenden and sponsor Miss Nancy Goodman. Scabbard and Blade J Scabbard and Blade, an honorary military society,strives to iurther the knowledge oi the military in the minds ol students and to keep its members well-informed on occur- rences in the world which atiect the United States military. During meetings, members listened to speakers and had discussions on present world tensions. The society also participated in the all-campus blood drive. Qiiicers were Norbert Schwarz, captain, Peter Mack, Ernest Smith, and John Pope. Scabbard gl Blade-First Row: L. Polzak, D. Novak, J. Stiehl, R. Bennett, T. McKenna, K. Kreutzmann, S. Treu, D. Angell, W. Martin, C. Collins, K. l-lerman, D. Farley, D. White, G. Wille, W. Meilahn. Second Row: R. Mayer, C. Steeno, E. Smith, N. Schwartz, Capt. Godsey, Capt. Foegen, Capt. Wilson, P. Mack, J. Pope, T. Kelly, N. Skrenes, R. O'Brian. Third Row: D. l-laug, F. Friess, l-l. l-lirt, J. Nelson, D. Quick, F. Behrens, S. Gruenwald, T. Debuhr, D. Dudley, E. Sandvold, G. Moore, l-l. Tease, J. Andrews, J. Michler, K. Look, T. Eckerle, P. Kind, A. Schroeder. Fourth Row: J. Segal, E. Voigtman, R. Johnston, D. Panzenhagen, B. Arnold, B. Thoreson, L. Kressin, F. Beneker, J. Tilton, T. George, T. Thomsen, T1 Ward, S. Kuene, G. Schilling. 1 , '??M.-6 X495 of Shoot House-First Row: B. Lamson, K. Erickson, J. Bridgman, Stanton, N.Yost, S.Canaday, Bucky, J. Kopic, S. Nanini, J. Bartlett. Second Row: l-l. Krueger, P. Eisele, K. Lehman, B. Sylvester, J. l-lollingsworth, J. l-loebel, K. l-lauck, J. Bacon, B. Frank, J. Neimeyer. Third Row: l.. Geary, S. Evans, S. Ensminger, S. Briese, C. Ewgen, G. Scheclc, J. Fiedelman, P. Povvrie, D. Mercer, S. Parnell, M. Calamaras, J. D'Ambrosio, B. Draper. Shoot House 259 4 v ,CTTL Rifle Team-First Row: T. Schuh, V. Graves, M. Cal- vert, J. Bruhnn, L. Brumblay, S. Bachhuber, C. Niemi, S. Bennett, W. Schapfel. Second Row: J. Lott, T. Leonhardt, T. Sharratt, R. Larson, A. Poehlman, G. Putney, L. Dannenberg, C. Rhode, J. Capicik. Rifle Team Competitive meets in rifle marksmanship took the Rifle Team to several campuses including the University of lndiana, St. Norbert's College, Marquette, University of Wisconsin at Milwaukee, Ripon, and the University of Illinois. The three teams which are made up of thirty members are the varsity, RCTC, and the girls' team. Co-captains Lee Dannenberg and Thomas Leonhardt reported that one needs to be a student in good scholastic standing to be a member. Capt. Godsey vvas advisor. Pistol Team Composed of both RCTC and non-military members, the University of Wisconsin Varsity Pistol Team keeps a busy schedule participating in matches with some of the most outstanding teams in the nation. This year the Wisconsin team was host to a division of the National Rifle Association Tournament. Leading the Varsity Pistol Team this year was James l-lalderson. Captain Sedlacek, coach, was responsible for the success of the team. Pistol Team-First Row: D. Goecks, A. Winter, G. Foster, J. Harrington, P. Kind, A. Fogelberg, L. Summers. Second Row: Capt. L. Sedlacek, J. Roberts, J. l-lalderson, C. Byers, J. Moore, J. Lott, A. Cibulka, Capt. Engelsby, MfSft. R. Jeffcott. 260 PM E Mllmll l Gl' I The Daily Cardinal During the year "The Daily Cardinaln put major emphasis on serving the student body by trying to determine and then reflect primary student interests. Although the Cardinal's motto of i'Complete Campus Coverage" has become more difficult to fulfill with each gain in University enrollment, the newspaper continued to present as much news of the campus community as it could. During the past year there were special stories and ed- itorials on student housing conditions, crowded class- rooms, physical education requirements, women's hours, and the relationship between in-state and out-of-state students. The Cardinal also tried to present its readers with ade- quate coverage of the treatment of the University budget at the hands of the Wisconsin Legislature. The Cardinal, long a center of controversy on campus, has tried to act during the past year as more a medium of con- flict rather than a cause. There continued, however, the liberal-conservative battle among students and the political fights between the Campus and Badger parties-and the pages of The Cardinal reflected these conflicts. When no one else could cope with problems, there were Jeff Green- field, who worked as editorial assistant, Avi Bass, the often capable managing editor, irreplaceable Kay Pofahl, assistant managing editor, vibrant Kathleen McGinley, university editor, and even Karl Gut- knecht, news editor, to mercilessly attack whatever came up. ,riff ""'U YOUR Tfffll ' Business Manager Dick Norton and Editor-in-Chief Bruce Thorp handled the main problems of The Cardinal as they came up day after day. Associate Editor Louis J. l-laugh was usually around to help with execu- tive difficulties. 261 Reporters worked hardest of all. Searching fortheir next words, Patti and Ted Drucher paused while pounding outa ballet review. Alice Siegel, feature editor, and Viv Balkansky, assistant society editor, faced their own particular tasks. Barb Fox, society editor, worked, too, but managed to avoid the office when a camera was around. X Q X Their jobs had many happy moments for the staff. Whether it was because ofa well done story or a soothing cigar, satisfaction and contentment were the rewards. There was the greatest battle of all-The Cardinal versus the Wisconsin Student Association. Each organi- zation tried to both represent and lead student opinion, and both ran up against the phenomenon described as Ustudent apathyn. Leading the Cardinal staff itself during the year were Bruce Thorp, editor-in-chief, and Dick Norton, business man- ager. Also on the editorial staff were Louis l-laugh, associ- ate editor, Avi Bass, managing editor, Kay Pofahl, assistant managing editor, Kathleen lVlcGinley, university editor, and Karl Gutknecht and Marilyn Shapiro, news editors. Betty Flynn and Dan Drosdoff worked half of the year as assistant university editor and news editor, respectively. Barb Fox and Viv Balkansky were the society editors while Pat Zier and John Bubolz handled the sports duties. glerry Shea served as sports editor for half of the year. l-leading the photography staff were Bob Schmidt, first semester, and John Domini, second semester. l-lelmut Unger was assistant photography editor while Alice Siegel served as feature editor. Dyann Rivkin, advertising manager, headed the long list of ad salesmen while John Doornick ran the circulation department. Some knew their jobs, others gave orders,a few stood around won- dering what was going on, 2 m'nm,sf1s4, -.,,,.,,,wu mwsasmfimzizx m4za.,.,ng.vs:141w41 z . my v- -'i' 'mmm Grave responsibilities sometimes made staff members puzzled, tense, bewildered. Sometimes the job was almost too much! Then there was the sports stall- Pat Zier, john Gruber, andjohn Bubolz who sometimes helped put out the paper. Every day, a new paperf every day, constant pressurei every day, dirty ashtrays. With cigarettes and coke glass handy, editor Mollie could move mountains--by the twinkle in her eye, one mountain must just have moved. For some unltnown reason, which has undoubtedly been smothered into the sands of history, the university retains the policy ot having a yearboolt every year. ln order to perpetuate this tradition, the seventy-sixth edition of the BADGER came into existence. just exactly how it came into being is still a mystery. Some say that it simply accumulated. Qthers seem to Feel that it was the worl4 of a Few particularly advanced Wis- consin l-ligh School students who needed an outside social studies project, but the most reliable rumor indicates that this bool4 came about due to efforts ol a moderately organized group in the Union. This group apparently called themselves Hthe BADGER Statiu and, according to reports, spent much of their time running up and down stairs from the Rathslteller to the third Floor oftices carrying trays piled high with coke glasses. The business manager in this delightful little Fantasy was often seen to shout and rave about excessive use ot the catering service funds, but as tar as could be determined, nobody paid any attention, and the piles ol col4e glasses soon grew to such proportions that they occupied most of the office. But somewhere down among the stacl4s oi trays and dishes, worl4 of an editorial nature was actually being accomplished, for lights in "PHO" often burned late into the night belying the fact that deadline time was approaching, and the editor was thrashing her well worn whip wildly about the air, 264 The BADGER Jim l-lanson, devil-may-care man about town-and BADGER business manager. 5 Pearls for Prill, the associate editor-or is it perils? Directress of this ustaffn, Mollie Buckley, kept happy as long as she had a cigarette in one hand and a picture proof sheet in the other. Except for her encounters with the wasps which inhabited the office all fall, she kept everything under control. Prill List, associate editor, con- stant guardian ofthe BADGER and jill of-all-trades, even found time for knitting in the confusion once caused by the fire which threatened to destroy the precious signatures. ul-las anyone seen a black pencil?" vvas indicative of one of the major problems of Marcia Topel as she found herself redravving the sigs which Mollie, a true Woman, kept constantly changing. Gale Pfund and Betty Falle also had their problems trying to make all pictures and idents coincide. They were the phantom callers vvho kept threatening campus houses seeking informal shots. Some of the staff seemed to be very 'lstuck up" at times, Tanya Kudla and Alice johnson to be exact, but most people would be if they had to paste hundreds and hundreds and hundreds and hundreds of senior pictures. Spring sports pictures were ,lim Olles eternal head- aches along vvith the ever disappearing captions. And of course we can't forget the tough time Alice Leldauer had typing the vvhole student directory practically single- handed. Minus a couple of fingers, she pushed on and the index is evidence of her work. Top: Georgeous Gale Pfund, the organizations editor, entertains his cohorts in crime, Alice LeBauer, index editor and Betty Falle, living units editor. Middle: Rembrandts ofthe BADGER-Esther Pacetti, art editor, and Marcia Topel, editor, and Pat Ryan, slave, of the production staff. Bottom: Oh come now, copy editors Bob and jan-deadlines aren't that bad! 265 '1 "I '1 k' If it isn't Jim Mott!-oops, Olle-and his sports commentators john Branum and Tom Mallman. Don Vandermyde, it's obvious why copy writing appeals to you! Aren't they etlicient? Not really, but business statlers Susan Cech, Billie Rosenhouse, Ginny Markel, Jerry Redfield, and boss ,lim l-lan- son play their roles well. Some senior's going to have that "left-out" feeling . . . the senior staff . . . bottom, Kay Keliher, Editors Alice Johnson and Tanya Kudla, Karen Breinig, top, Sandra Barry, Pat Garvey, Maxine Fisher. If it isn't Chuck Kleinhans, the Badger's answer to Candid Camera. If in doubt, just ask Bob Cuiannasi and jan Wiseman if padding the stories pays. At least all female staffs made their jobs a little more fun, After learning what acetate is, Esther Pacetti was at home designing the cover and occasionally with the appearance of Chuck Kleinhans and Jeff l.ovventhal, photographers, we knew there was nothing to fearp-the book would be delivered at least by the Fourth of xluly. The other half Qyes, there were disputes about which was the better halfb of the 'l96'l staff was the business tribe, headed by Chiefslim l-lanson. jim was affectionately known as opener of safe, keeper of petty cash and writer of bonus checks. Sales Manager ,lerry Redfield proved himself to be Number Une Warrior when he tackled the order blanks from the promotional sales which sell BAD- SERS to students, pets, rich uncles, and bad check writers. Usually kept on the other end of the camera lens are photographers Jack Woollard, Jeff Lowenthal and Dick Chez. .1.l' All work and no play makes for dull editors and staffs. 268 The Powers That Be . . . Badger Board . . . Seated: Gale Pfund, Susan Cech, Jack Woollard, Judy Beckenbaugh, Pat Bevington. Standing: Ray l-lilsenhoff, Prof. Lester l-lawkes, Prof. Frank Thayer, Prof. James Bower. Sue Cech, the promotions manager, served the 1961 BADGER as writer of mad ads, and manager of the tril3e's harem, the BADGER Beauties. Myron l.al2ovve, our ad manager, lists as his favorite people the advertisers for the BADGEP. Ginny Markle, our organizations manager, kept lousy supplying the rest with lists of organizations to call about picture appointments and contracts. l-lelping all of the staff vvere Billie Posenhouse and Laurie l.okay-vvelcome lndians among so many chiefs. What does the future hold for your son? Just ask day- dreaming Myron LaRovve, the BADGEITS advertising manager. For the third consecutive year, the New ldea magazine acted as an outlet lor creative expression on the Wisconsin campus. Four issues ot short stories, poetry, and articles gave special attention to recognizing the undergraduate talent on campus. A new Feature demonstrating the work ol outstanding artists served as a showcase lor the line drawings ot Allyn Amundson, woodcuts by l'lerb Appelson, and studies for oils by john Schrup. Illustrations by Gibbs Murray again added vitality to the pages. Many new names appeared among the authors' recognitions, while a section of verse in the spring issue acknowledged the quantity of promising poets. Gene Schunlc acted as editor, with Andrea Morell, associate editor, l-larvey Barash, business manager, Sissy Cohen, managing editor, Marshall Mintz and Warren Watson, Fiction, Neil Schmitz, poetry, Neal Mancotl, non-Fiction. The spring statl changeover put Neil Schmitz in the position ol editor For the coming year. Plans are underway to continue the tradition of the New ldea as the campus cultural magazine, with the supportofstudents and Faculty as contributors and subscribers. The New dea New ldea-M. Mintz, D. Lewis, R. Despres, B. Williams, G. Schunk, l-l. Barash, S. Cohen, N. Schmitz. lnsight and Outlook-Gale Pfund, Editor-in-Chief, and Richard S. Wheeler, Executive Editor, toiling over the maclcup. Insight and Outlook Hlnsight and Qutloolli magazine has served as a medium oi expression tor conservative Writers from both the student body and faculty. The magazine, now in its third year of publication on campus, presents the conservative and lib- ertarian viewpoints on economics and politics. ulnsight and Qutloold was published monthly and devoted to presenting the conservative position regarding several pertinent social, economic, and philosophical questions. The magazine was distributed iree of charge to students, iaculty members and interested people throughout the nation. Stott members recently negotiated with the Young Americans ior Free- dom magazine, published in New York. Ulnsight and Cut- loolcn Writings will be circulated as a supplement to the New Yorlc magazine. Gale Piund served as editor-in-chief oi the conservative magazine, advocating retaining the tree market economy, halting the trend toward more centralization of the Federal government, and regarding the world communist movement as the threat to individual liberty and prosperity. Richard S. Wheeler served as executive editor, Millard W. johnson, managing editor, C. l'lolman, business manager, and Roger W. Claus, Anthony Cadden, and Doug McCoy, associate editors. Insight and Outlook-First Row: G. Pfund, D. McCoy, R. Wheeler, Nl. Schwalbach, R. Claus, A. Cadden, M. Johnson. 270 Wisconsin Engineer-FirstRow: Schubert, W. Huebner, R. Daugherty. The l'Wisconsin Engineern magazine was First presented to the campus in 1896 and since that time has become the official publication of University engineering students. lt is published eight times a year, from Qctober through May, and keeps professional and student engineers up-to- date on current developments in the Field. Co-editors Bill Huebner and John Schubert, assisted by their business manager, Robert Daugherty and the stal-F, present to the campus a magazine containing vvorl4 by students and professional engineers. iiWisconsin Engineer" brings to its readers a greatvariety ot material, Qne portion of the magazine contains en- gineering problems to be solved, the incentive being a cash prize For the Winner. Two special issues appear each year-one dedicated to high school students and one tell- ing graduate school benehts and the advantages in engi- neering. l pez. l Wisconsin Engineer-First Row: J. Pellegrino, R. Daugherty, B. Friede. Second Row: J. Kopeck. The Wisconsin Engineer Wisconsin Engineer-First row: W. Huebner, J. Kinder, J. Fisher, J. Schubert. Second row: R. Nehrbass, G. Burdick, R. Nilsen, J. Apinis, L. Schley, W. Ronn. 4 173919 ""-oo". '23 Wisconsin Pre-Views-First row: gl. Bell, A. Cole, M. Berg, L. Spear. Second row: B. l-lalverson, G. Guthrie, D. Smith, J. Wing. The current Wisconsin Pre-Views program was begun in 1952 to serve as a linlc between the University olWisconsin and high school students and to also act as a source ol information lor college-bound high school students. The program is designed to aid the graduating high school student in mal4ing the transition from highschool to college by giving him an opportunity to tallq with and question college students The Wisconsin Pre-Vievvs program is under the auspices ol the Qtlice ol the President and is supervised by the Dean ol Students, Leroy Luberg and the Wisconsin Alumni Asso- ciation l:ield Secretary, Edward Gibson. The Central Committee, which plans and coordinates activities, vvas composed ol Marcia Berg, Alan Cole, Robert l-lalverson, Judy Bell, john Wing, Gail Guthrie, Leslie Spear, and Bon Smith. Serving as co-chairmen this year were Alan Cole and Marcia Berg. During the year, the central committee picl4ed nevv members to serve on the lield teams. The nevv members were chosen on the basis ol scholastic grades and extra- curricular activities. -lhe total number ol students partici- pating in the Pre-Views this year vvas about thirty-live in addition to the Central Committee. 272 Wisconsin Pre-Views jucly Bell and Gail Guthrie-Previevvers in action. y, ,,,,.-,-vi.-W.,-., ..,,,,.34,,g5,.gsM.,.,s4m.s....1,,-.Q,1...:w ,.ms..,W,sWt.s , Wm s.:-.ist1.55,Q.1-s.-:rt-.QQi.::,.,:.13ig- :ttsffl.:...:-1-:ei-f.:.s..:.-..:1. . ' . -mem .pg 4,f4,.f.fsQo-Q rf 7 044,54 ff. ,w wig'-' '-VV' 5-,Q f- 'E , 4. -P ,w 4. QR:-is ' "-5 - "" . -1 fssm Q ...., . f. ., ,. ., ,-. s.. I. .,aw,.4.s ., .1 . .V ,,., .. A Zu., .sit ..:.ist-1.s---...f-rem.,-t.-:..: QV' W . 1. ' - --f .. - . -P A fr' ff. " -. ' ' , H , - , ' A .,,-...4.y.y1,-....:5.M.g,.5 I.--.6 - -2- 1 , -4 1, -2.9 4-ef 'IH ' " H' W. - 'V -I Surf' , ff! -.g.:1.'Xv'C f Q ' J' -' - 3- AL' . Mtg Ss- ,QQ ,,,,.,,,-.. . '-L-ff Q 5 wg? s -' . .. . -, ,. . . uf um -54. -b - 1 - Qfyywv N5-4g:frmss.'i2:f:w4.eV.4 ,fsxj mf-Q. .. M ' . . skim . .. L - -' ."1'.'S1 ' . .w- ' A ss B Q , v-., .,-:Lf 3, s We .. . . , J, R f 1 5 42 as S' X J? s 32? 0 'ffss jfs qs. :gk 4 ,f " was s - Q ' - L 3 - ,' f-JJ MT "' E" -'-irwn ' ' I YZ ,ef ., ' ' Qt- ?.I:EI2iEi' t -umzom as. Marcia Berg and Dean Luberg discuss plans for the Pre-Views program. Since 'l95Q Wisconsin Pre-Views teams have tallced with some 6,000 high school students. The teams, consisting oi two men and two women students plus a faculty advisor, have traveled to over Q5 Wisconsin cities this past year For Pre-Views meetings. The meetings are primarily held in the homes oi University ol Wisconsin alumni. L. Spear, Miss E. Peterson, J. VVing, A. Cole, and M. Berg depart on a Pre-Views trip. 273 f 7 7 X I 1 ' N -. EZ 7 J Nk"' TW' --" '--'f ' u g f Q ff ' Z Q l X i A W :N 'zz 1 if X X Z 5 Sometimes the competion wos overwhelming . . . Athletics . . . Wisconsin hocl o little ol everything some ol us porticipotecl . . . more ol us were spectators . . .something obout the otmosphere the uhforsityn tradition . . . The Big -len . . . sometimes the competition vvos overwhelming . but the Boclgers fought to lceep the recorcl on th side . . . 276 e Winning f fa X' ff shy- .:- - 1 . . ffl t ,Q A 1- t l it ' f"5Y'f4V'1Qg-1,-, 'L-mg" ' Hi' ' , s A -. -- 4, 0 V h. mil- 4. ,. ,Q .- .- A: - iv -. sv :8k'.1'+1 5'-"1 .,,t ' X. P -' l ff ' f . ,1 ' X F l V, - 5 L Y- , ,E5,,l'-A . ' A fvs- - ' s .N A , , V - f 5 f f - -3 ., W .- -, ck S in ,grin J .- ' ff- - iv a- f M Q7 'X , .Lf ' .. Q 3-Aff ' -f S .. f 9 f532::e:7" K' X. ' ,,., n I.. f ikws.-,'i ""' Q tif - ,h -'-t t.,, b,.. ,A . ..., -V , - P, is .3 --" ' . by , - f--Y , , 1 , -sr' A nj- A-ti? " 1 g i f f " its uf w ,au AJ y P A 1 . , -. ---- 5 e ff' - . . ww A 2 . ., K M1562-Q! 4 'x .- . lk. 1 . H 1 . , -2:5 ' :X .' f. . ' 'rf' 'crr Swap tg-'rr' ik .W 1 5 f , Q, X ' ' X' K' Q v 193 sig Wg A Q 606, , , Q tw 'tj' Q if ' 15 5 gy Q A A st N if 7 ' 'H fr ,W 1: ab 5. .4 , ,f 'f Q W fi . , " ff .f ' ,nf Q , , ju Q ,gy Mp: ' 'X 'P if ,4 'L Q ' ,.,fQ..y 5, f The "Varsity" tradition Something about the atmosphere . . Some of us participated if 5' if .9 'Y' 1-"gf v plbfil- ' .4 -izl 14 iff? 277 .:. I Student Athletic Board UW Athletic Department 278 , Neil Payne, Phil Morlc, president l-lanlc Derleth, and Fred Rittschotf. These men represent the captains of all the sports at the University. Meetings are held once-a month to discuss problems facing their 'individual sports. William Aspinwall, Business Manageri George Lanphear, Sports Information Director, Jim Mott, Assistant Sports ln- lormation Directory Ivy Williamson, Athletic Directorf Oscar Damman, Ticket Sales Manager. Club Club-First row: D. Schade, M. Roley, R. McDevitt, P. Zouvas, B. Christopherson. Second row: D. Mansfield, E. Kunesh, S. Wagner, l-l. Mc- Cattery, R. Miller, J. Wadsworth, E. Gasser, D. Mietzel, G. Wilhelm, T. Toman, P. Taylor, N. Leitner. Third row: R. l-lonold, R. Williams, D. Mills, J. Cotton, B. Kellog, J. Turner, D. Pease, J. Smith, A. Breorley, T. Blumenstoclc, J. McLeod, J. Maclc, C. Vessel, A. Lamboley. Fourth row: G. VanWormer, J. Thompson, L. Maerclclein, S. Underwood, M. Norvell, R. Mueller, D. VanEerden, T. Wiesner, F. Schaldach, N. Payne, J. Nend, E. Ladwig, L. VanderVelden, l. Zavvacki, D. Dooley. Filth row: D. Pansch, B. Suits, D. Dauber, E. Ezerins, D. Grim, D. Pansch, T. Downham, B. Thomas, B. Rossin, P. Richter, J. Kulcinslci, l-l. Derleth, D. VanderMuellen, B. l-less, D. VanderVelden, B. Moore, B. Urban. Club, a group ol major letterwinners, strives to promote a more etlective organization for the advancement of the interests of varsity lettermen and the University. ln order to promote athletic interests, Club sponsors such events as the Freshmen-Varsity Football and Basketball games. On the social side, it sponsors picnics, hayrides, and the annual spring awards banquet. The club, which is a non-profit organization, charges no dues and has a membership ol about T35 athletes who have been members ol the many and varied teams which the University sponsors. The oFlicers this year are vice-president Robert Christoph- erson who is the acting president, Donald Schade, secre- tary, and Donald Guam, treasurer, 279 1960 Badgers Although the 1960 Badgers Went from First place to last in one season, their vvide-open type oi otfense made them a very exciting team to Watch. The brilliant passing ot Ron Miller along with the exceptional receiving ol Pat Richter was a combination that had to be stopped before the Badgers could be soundly beaten. This sophomore duo vvas the backbone ol the Wisconsin ollense as vvas shovvn when injuries to both ol them succeeded in stalling the Badger's ability to move the ball. Important records were set by individuals on this team, Miller's passing yardage of Q03 yards against Purdue eclipsed the old mark lor one game ol 'l98 yards set by Jim Haluska against lllinois in 'l955, Pat Richter tied the Badger record for pass receptions in one season before he vvas injured early in the Michigan game. The Fine all around play of co-captain Tom Weisner vvas another bright spotot the season. The punting and place kicking ol junior Jim Bakken were the best in the Big Ten, and the ettorts on the part ol -seniors Hank Derleth, Jerry Kulcinski, Ron Perkins, and Terry Huxhold were commendable. 1960 Football Squad-First row: B. Moore, D. Schade, R. Perkins, T. Wiesner, H. Derleth, T. Huxhold, G. Kulcinski, J. Bakken, J. Gotta. Second row: D. Bichler, T. Neumann, R. Wittig, W. Suits, R.VanderVelen, T. Mettlach, G. Harms, W. Hess, W. Kellogg, R. Staley, E. Kunesh. Third row: H. Richter, D. Matthews, R. Baer, J. Fabry, M. Norvell, G. Nena, R. Henrici, J. McMillin, T. 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X 280 AFter a jittery start Wisconsinis young team rebounded in the second half to win its opening game From Stanford 24-7. Behind 7-O at the halF, the Badgers tool4 to the air and proceeded to score twenty-Four points while shutting out the Indians. The First two touchdowns came as a result oF pass plays oF nine and twelve yards From Ron Miller to Ron Staley. Early in the Final quarter Erv Kunesh added a 35 yard Field goal to put the Badgers ahead '17-7. Ken Montgomery set up the Final score by intercepting a pass and returning it to the Stanlord eleven yard line. Three plays later Miller passed Four yards to Tom Anthony to malce the Final score E24-7. Despite Marquette's ball control tactics and the Fact that they outrushed the Badgers 'lQ'l yards to 7Q, Wisconsin was able to tal4e advantage oF the opportunities pre- sented and Fashioned a 35-6 victory. Following a score- less First period, Jim l3alcl4en opened the scoring early in the second quarter with a 32 yard Field goal. On the next series oF plays Erv Kunesh intercepted a pass on the Mar- quette twenty and returned it For a touchdown. Kunesh also l4icl4ed the extra point to give Wisconsin a 'lO-O lead. Baltken closed out the scoring in the First halF with a 44 yard Field goal which was the third longest in Wisconsin history. With a little over a minute gone in the second halF, Ron Carlson intercepted a pass and ran 32 yards For another TD. The next time Wisconsin got the ball they marched 60 yards with co-captain Wiesner scoring From the two. With less than a minute leFt in the third period, Miller hit Elmars Ezerins with a 33 yard aerial For the Badgers Final touch- down. l3al4l4en converted and Wisconsin had a 35-G lead going into the Final period. With Coach Milt Bruhn reaching deep into his reserves, Marquette was able to put six points on the scoreboard. This Finished the scoring in the game and in the intra-state rivalry which began in 1904 as Marquette decided to drop Football in December. 1960 Football Results Wisconsin .... . . . Q4 Wisconsin .... ... 35 Wisconsin .... . . , Q4 Wisconsin .... .. . Q1 Wisconsin .... . 7 Wisconsin .... ... 'I6 Wisconsin .... . O Wisconsin .... ... '14 Wisconsin .... . 7 Coach Bruhn pacing the sidelines. StanFord . . . Marquette . . Purdue ..., lowa ..... Ohio State . Michigan . .. Northwestern . lllinois ..,.. Minnesota . . 7 .. 6 ..'I3 H28 N34 . ..'l3 U21 . N35 H26 , , va. i' -'fwfr ' -lk ,.' .....- l':L'E. Q" " L Q A ' ' ' , 'JJ' " 'F 1 V ' . . ie-wail ' f- 1 45 " V if '.' . t - qu' . M. ...,J ,A . . 1-.9 ..f - . . . .. GW? ' " as A ' V ws-7f...5 . , E .- ,iff - " . ....lug-tj-.rf-:rgL.g ,vf 1 5- , i t . . ' I U mg.. - .i fa r , .1 1- f ,.-,L .. . ,. -- .' -': : ' ' 1 . 'V - 5" " hfn .1 5.3 2 .- '. isg'.2.QTi5n.1"'-7-li.I2Y52Yi- . .M - wi 4 281 Co-captain Tom Wiesner dives over for onother TD ogoinst Marquette. lgs Wgesner again! Bill Hess runs into Cl little trouble - " ' Q ,I .V M gif- ', 1. 1-5' xp .qfny .51 4,3w.f.:,. aft' wif., f' -A -:s Q V 3. A A' . . 0 V " f Q , ,.., A ' 2 1' f " xl - i ., f!'.JT" " 53 T 1- -1 ff 1 if f " - V ' -.Y I fa Q I ,gt WA . I ,... g ,agii la:-,, L F Ri , 5 'V V . .,m9.. 5? ,ef ,I iq Q f H .n . -,.- ,- , V- -'-- --1 L h 211 'Lf'-V by ..-1,14 nv? ' ,ful My .' f M - A t ' A . ..,.':1- ' - aff' I .' 45- . , Ed -- -' ': 2:" :wi -' ' nd P ,K L is .n ,,, .U xl 4, .. , ,Vg - VQII - if ul if Vi az -Q: - V, M19 ,... .IA UM. , .i rf, mv. if tn W . ,- ' 079' ' k ff O X H iQInr V7 1 N1 .A . .Harb gg-4, gy - Q W, Q V 5, ,. ps - P' ' W 3a i .. fm . ' ' 5 1' 31 353 " ,' . 4"45'?':"-A, "J"a-.fea r '44 N -' L ' aa 'Vg . - 5 ,gf,fffff'. A ' a Q wgtgfagg , f1'Y '5t"'M'-.fax-t.g 1 - M .A H. . It 3 , V , Q! i n . ." 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' , 1 ,, :W -1- fa-Qteafw w.:f'f. fy I-X J 12:35. ..:j.Q-gg,-'-'Ie,'19,??.5..,4,fg, MV .Q 1 -f. : ., ,5,g':.i l W V . . ,n f ff if '. w".'i'14'5l??-Z ""1""1"2Tf52'f-f.?!?v-W Yf I lf'-...W f I 'gnu' ,. . mm, . r --,'.15..g,g. af: 31,1 ,-5 . ig, .,Q,, H 5, FH 'f ff " ft P-ff'--A-lflflhlff:'2Q5sarf-:ET .f Ron Staley and defender-shoulder to shoulder. Norvell cracks through forthe winning TD against the Boilermakers. After the ball had exchanged hands several times in the First quarter, Bill l-less returned a punt to the Purdue 46. Following a 'l5 yard pass to Pat Richter, Miller, attempting to pass, was rushed and ran the loall over For the First touchdown giving the Badgers a 7-O lead. Purdue then marched 80 yards in ten plays to tie the score. As Wiscon- sin's next drive stalled, Bakken kicked a 37 yard held goal to put the Badgers back into the lead. Following a 70 yard quick kick by Allen and a recovered Badger tumble, Purdue was in good position on the Wisconsin 'l6. Seven plays later Miller swept right end for a two yard touchdown. This made the halt time score Purdue T3-Wisconsin 'lO. ln the third quarter l-less returned a Purdue quick kick to the Boilermaker 38. Six plays later Merritt Norvell crashed over from the six, Kunesh added the conversion and Wisconsin led 'l7-13. Mid-way in the last period, the Badgers put together a 57 yard drive in ten plays which was culminated by a seven yard TD pass from Miller to Richter. With the conversion added, the Final score was Wisconsin Q4-Purdue 13. During the game, Millers passing yardage oi Q03 yards set a school record for the most yards by a Badger passer in a Big Ten game Breaking the record of 198 yards by Jim l-laluska against illinois in 1955. F-...1 . . ',: M. m N -.su --ua., -fmlw-,err.-rAm1.nxu.famvn.nv.ur-1 .rm.i.1mcszvr.:x lu mc:mria.x.1xvr411.11.nuun.nn -xmxuw-. ' xi '- vc.v4s:ulnn. f-ruvm-niisnsif-:aan urn: mn-.n ferxlnowvn-111411-:rn .inns Inn Wisconsin was o delinite underdog to lowa, but the Badgers didnit act like underdogs as they went down to their first defeat. They scored First on a 74 yard drive in the First period as Miller pushed over from the one. ln the second quarter, lowa intercepted a pass and drove lor the tying score before intermission. ln the third quarter, the l-lawkeyes increased their lead with a 3'l yard TD run by Hollis. Early in the Final period, l-lollis ran 9 yards lor a touchdown and lowa led Qi-7. The Badgers took the ensuing kickotl and marched 76 yards in nine plays with Norvell scoring from the two. When lowa fumbled the kickoti, Wisconsin pushed over its Final TD from the lowa 19 with Norvell scoring again. The two point conversion was good on a Miller to Richter pass, tying the score at Qi all. With 52 seconds remaining, l-lollis completed a 34 yard deflected pass to l-larris tor the winning touchdown in a game that was a ianis dream but a coachis nightmare. Before a homecoming crowd of 83,000 in Columbus, Ghio State unleashed a tremendous running attack and blasted Wisconsin 34-7. The Buckeyes scored the First two times they had the ball on drives of 88 and 66 yards. Late in the second period Gerry Nena intercepted a pass and returned it E7 yards to the Ohio State 352. Two plays later Wiesner sauirmed six yards to score Wisconsin's lone touchdown ot the day. lfunesh added the extra point cutting the Buckeye lead to '14-7. The third quarter was scoreless but that was more than made up For in the fourth period. Matte and Fergueson led the surge with one of the haltbacks occasionally carrying the ball. Qhio State managed to score Q0 points in the Final Fifteen minutes to turn what promised to be a close game into a 34-7 romp. Carlson grabs a short pass from Miller. X Tim pus 2 . in A 284 ii-.V "' .W 3-1, 'ly , , 5. ' "Xf'i"'-1x7ik':,v.- ig- J, f, 'x'g,. i '44 Hess surprises everyone, even his teammates, as he returns an inter- ception. Merritt Norvell takes a tumble just be- fore Staley and Underwood rush up to help him out. 285 Wisconsin was hard pressed by Michigan before winning 'I6-'l3 in CI hard fought contest that saw serious injuries dealt to Pat Richter and Ron Miller. Opening the game, the Badgers scored the First time they had the ball, driving 69 yards in 6 plays with Miller sneaking over from the one. For the First time this season Kunesh missed an extra point but Wisconsin had a 6-O lead. Late in the quarter Mich- igan recovered a fumble on the Wisconsin eight and turned it into the tying score. The conversion was missed and the score was 6-6 going into the second period. An inter- cepted pass led to the Wolverines second touchdown giving them a 'I3-6 halftime lead. Early in the fourth quarter a one yard sneal4 by John Fabry and the conversion by Kunesh tied the score at '13-13. Later, when a drive by the Badgers stalled on the Michigan Q yardline, Balcken kicked a '19 yard Field goal to give Wisconsin its Final edge of victory in the 'I6-'I3 win over Michigan, Wiesner drags a couple of defenders along for a good gain. HMills" Miller bulls over forthe Badgers First TD against the Wolverines. - , With the use ol a very strong ground attaclc and an equally Fine defense, Northwestern was able to demolish Wis- consin's Homecoming by a score 0F21-O. Stoclc scored the First touchdown late in the First quarter on a three yard blast. Early in the second period, Purdin turnecl in a Fine 'I7 yard run and gave NU. its second touchdown. Later in the quarter AI Kimbrough snared a 37 yard pass from Thorton For the Final TD of the afternoon. The Badgers were deep in enemy territory three times but were unable to score as they lost the Q1-O decision to Northwestern's Wildcats. Defensive standout Don VanclerVeIden about to attack. Tom Wiesner races through the entire Northwestern team, count them yourself! 2 Qn the 12th of November, Wisconsin travelled to Cham- paign, lllinois and was felled by a score of 35-'l4. lllinois had a 7-O lead at half time after a Q1-yard touchdown pass from Meyers to Starks. In the third period, touchdowns by Easterbrook and Blackaby gave the Illini a Qi-O advantage. Then Ezerins grabbed a '14 yard pass from Miller and tallied Wisconsin's first score. ln the fourth quarter Starks scored from the five and Blackaby returned a punt 88 yards for the lllini's final tally. With just Q4 seconds left to play, Miller hit Staley in the end zone with a '13 yard pass to make the hnal count 35-14. ln the final game of the season, Wisconsin battled the nation's number one team, Minnesota, nearly even for three quarters before being bested Q6-7. Two first period touch- downs by the Gophers' Sandy Stephens gave Minnesota a 'IQ-O lead. Wisconsin's only score came after a Minnesota punt went awry and was downed on their ovvn 32 Five plays were all that were needed to score with Co-captain l-lonk Derleth going the final 'l8 yards with a pass from Miller. The conversion by Kunesh was good and the score was 'IQ-7. After a fine drive by the Badgers was stopped on the Gophers nine, fourth quarter touchdowns by Mul- holland and Johnson, plus two extra points by Rogers, gave Minnesota a Q6-7 victory. Miller rolls out to throw another pass Norvell picks up speed as the Gophers close in on him 288 And they're otfl Cross Country Although there were no seniors onthe sauad, Wisconsin's Cross Country team was still able to attain a three win and three loss record. The wins were recorded against illinois, Marquette, and Northwestern, while the Badgers were beaten by Minnesota, iowa, and the Air Force Academy. Although the team record was not overly impressive, this year's team displayed some very Fine talent. Number one spot was held by Captain Don Dooley with only '16 individual points For the entire year. Following closely was Don l.ol4er with Q4 points. The prospects For next year are extremely favorable since all Five of the major award winners will be returning. l-ligh hopes are also held for Roll Nielson who was this year's outstanding freshman. CROSS COUNTRY RECORD Wisconsin . . , 30 Minnesota . . r Q5 Wisconsin . . . Q9 iowa . . . Q6 Wisconsin . . . Q5 illinois ...... . . 30 Wisconsin . . . 37 Air Force Academy . . . Qi Wisconsin . . . Q4 Marquette .... . 33 Wisconsin . . . 17 Northwestern . . 43 Cross Country Team-First Row: Coach Bennett, Capt. D. Dooley, J. Smith, R. Miller, J. Thompson, D. Laker, A. Phister, J. Cotton. 289 2 Dutriscc puts one up for two points ,wm mmaaau ,1.:'-' --k" 'Hfawasz Basketball lhe Badgers opened their season on December First with a 73 to 58 loss to Butler, but were able to come back two days later with an 80 to 67 victory over the Air Force Academy. The next lour games the Badgers alternated between losses and wins, losing to lowa State and Bradley, but toppling Marquette and Nevada. While the three and three record up to this point was not overly impressive, Wisconsin did do quite well considering the stitl competition that it was up against. An example ol this competition was Bradley who was ranlced number two in the nation at that time. Another leather in Wisconsinls cap was its 54 to 5'l upset victory over Marquette. Siebel and Dutrisac gang up on Marquette's Kojis. Vandermeulen watches a shot split the nets. 291 Among those who were in key positions in the Badger lineup vvere Tom l-lughbanks, who displayed good scoring ability, and Ken Siebel and Dave Vandermeulen vvho combined their shooting ability vvith great rebounding to become crucial components of the Wisconsin Five. Qver the Christmas holidays the Badger squad traveled to the West Coast to play in the Far West Basketball Classic at portland, Qregon, ln the opening game the Badgers met Oregon State in a very hard, close fought battle in which the Badgers led much oi the vvay in a defensive minded game. But with eleven seconds remaining and the score tied at 54 to 54, Karl Anderson, Qregon's 6-'IO center, broke the tie with a looping hook shot. After attempts by ,lack Ulvvelling and Tom l-lughbanks the ball rolled oil the rim as the horn sounded the end oi the game. Where did the ball go, jack? 292 ln the second game the Badgers met the host team of Portland University in which Marty Gharrity made a sterling three point play with only twenty-Four seconds remaining in the regulation time to tie the score at 65 all. But then in the overtime the pilots broke loose to take command and emerge vvith a 74-7'l victory. ln the Final game of the Classic the Badgers vvere once again beaten as Washington State dropped Wisconsin in last place vvith a 78 to 72 victory. The First game of the Big Ten season found the Badgers in East Lansing, Michigan, Facing Michigan State. Sparked by a twenty-Five point drive by Dick Dutrisac, the Badgers were able to Forge ahead to a 47 to 40 lead at the end of the First hall. l'lolding on to a precarious edge throughout the second halt, Wisconsin Weathered the last tour minutes with an etiective semi-stall and emerged with a 74 to 7'l victory. Alter a very impressive opening conference game, Wis- consinls luck took a rather abrupt reversal in that in the next eightgames the Badgers were plagued with repetitious deleat. Beginning with a 76 to 68 loss to lovva on ,lanuary 9th they Followed with losses to Loyola, Ohio State, Purdue, I-lughbanks lays one up. Dutrisclc goes after ca loose boil Guards Ulweliing and Dutrisclc bring the ball up court. .4 , ,V .- W 'QV - -N H' I 'x ' . P' ' q.... . ...f v- , Q 1 f , . yi, PWS" A- L - 1--5... ,.g- Y.. M, fm.-Q - : ' ' 4 293 .iff Ron Jackson hits For two points against Ohio State. Illinois, Northwestern, lowa, and indiana. The Badgers were not able to recover until February QOth with an 83 to 75 victory overlVlinnesota. The remainder ofthe February schedule consisted oi a 97 to 74 loss to Chia State and a 76 to 68 victory over Michigan. The hardest loss For the Badgers was to Northwestern on February 'l1th, when Northwestern! Bill Cacciatore connected to breal4 a 52 to 51 tie after stalling lor two minutes and thirty-three seconds. With only six seconds remaining when Wisconsin gained possession ol the ball the Badgers never had time to try for a basket before the time ran out. ln one of its closest games Wisconsin made up ior its previous loss to Northwestern by toppling them 79 to 67. This win put the Badgers in a position of possibly tying the Wildcats tor Fifth place in Big Ten competition, They were unable to bring about a reoccurance of victory however, and lost their last two games 89 to 69 to indiana and 88 to 81 to Purdue. ln the Badgers' clash with Purdue they concentrated on stopping Terry Dischinger with a man to man defense. They 294 Is it a hit or a miss? i l were successful in limiting Dischinger to only five field goals in twelve attempts, which was far below his season's.58Q average, but the Badgers could not contain the Boiler- malcers from the outside. Purdue finally beat the Badgers by eight points, but found their victory no easy job. With 5:24 remaining, -lom l-lughbanl4s hit on a short jump shot to charge ahead with a 75-74 lead. inspired, the Badgers hoped for a winning finish, but Purdue was able to regain their lead and then widen the gap by employing a des- tructive stall. i-lughbanks looks like he could use some help. In a pre-season interview head coach johnny Erickson stated that he felt this Badger team had the qualifications of winning fifty percent of their games. This is the spot Coach Ericlfson felt he had brought the team in his year as head coach. While he was unable to reach his desired goal, the Badgers did match last seasonis 4-'IO conference mark and won seven of twenty-four starts for this year. Despite the many losses, Wisconsin finished an undisputed eighth place in the Big len for its best showing since a sixth place tie in 1955. A .-.,-nl., uit..-.,., .,e.a,..,,,. vig., w 295 Wisconsin Wisconsin Wisconsin Wisconsin Wisconsin Wisconsin VVisconsin Wisconsin Wisconsin Wisconsin Wisconsin Wisconsin Wisconsin Wisconsin Wisconsin An unidentified Badger attempts a shot. Wisconsin Wisconsin Wisconsin Wisconsin Wisconsin Wisconsin Wisconsin Wisconsin Wisconsin BASKETBALL RECORD Butler ..... Air Force Academy Iowa State . . . Marquette . Bradley . . Nevada . . Oregon State . . Portland .,... Washington State . Michigan State. . lowa .... Loyola . . Qhio State . Purdue .. illinois . . . Northwestern . iowa State . indiana . . Minnesota . Chia State . Michigan . Northwestern indiana . . Purdue Basketball-First Row: J. Ulewlling, B. Powers, J. Biggs, D. Vandermeulen, D. Dutrisac, M. Gharrity, T. I-lughbanks. Second Row D Patterson J. Mortensen, B. Wittig, L. Ostrom, T. Gwyn, T. Black, N. Brod, J. Stone, K. Siebel, G. Hobbs, J. Coggins. w,Mr4. uiim:,.w: -f. 'a.-114:-if-?1 m4rw Swimming-First Row: T. Dewing, K. Smrc' a, Capt. R. M D 'tt, A. l-l , N. d J , D. M' l. S d R : K. S k M. F ls h W Birmingham, E. Slcalinder, R. I-lerms, S. Clothiler, Coach J. l-lTcl4TnlBn. Third BETH: Asst.eCBB::Sh A. Kre-Titggr, J.BTy?r?e, R.Oli1ston,TDl-ledhds, GB STulTgZitis manager A. Ravine. Swimming Led by Captain Ron McDevitt, Coach ,lohn l-liclcman's Wisconsin swimming team Finished the 1961 season with three wins and six losses. During the season, records were broken at several pools in ditierent events. Leaders in this department were McDevitt and the 400-yard freestyle relay team. McDevitt set ci Big Ten record in the 'lOO-yard Freestyle against Minnesota. The 4CO-yard relay team's best time was 320.5 set by Ron l-lerms, Nelson dejesus, Bill Birmingham, and McDevitt. Sophomores played a prominent role in Wisconsin's victories. Among these were Bill Birmingham in the QCD- yard freestyle, Ron Vincent in diving, Ken Stroker in the 'lOO-yard Freestyle and 400-yard medley relay team, and Bob Easton in the Q00-yard butterfly and medley team. Tom Devving and Dennis Mietzel were other outstanding performers. Wisconsin Finished the season by placing eighth in the Big Ten meet with McDevitt capturing a third place in the 'IOO-yard freestyle. Badger swimmer gets vvordshol encouragement From a teammate, ' . r . l ' l - . , , Q 5- .,.,1l ? ' i ff' Gymnastics-First Row: J, Gsclwvvind, M. Roley, j. Klingbeil, J. Stillman, C. Meyst, W. Mauthe, D. Johnson. Second Row: Co-coach G. Johnson, Capt. C. Stebbins, R. Royce, D. Fitzpatrick, D. Krause, W. Kirkpatrick, manager K. Long, Co-coach G, Bauer. Gymnastics GYMNASTICS RECORD Wisconsin 67yg l.aCrosse State 44Mg Wisconsin 37Mg Navy Pier . 745 Wisconsin 40k lndiana . 7'l M Wisconsin Q8 lllinois . . 84 Wisconsin QQ Miclwigan . . 90 Wisconsin 4'l Miclwigan State 69 Capt. Clay Stebbins and jon Stillman get some advice from Dean Mory. Wlscomsln lowc ' ' ' 63 i Wisconsin 60 Clwicago . . 52 i Wisconsin 47 Ball State . 65 Wisconsin 53 Qlwio State . . . . 59 Wisconsin 50 Minnesota . . . . 60 298 Wisconsin gymnasts, under tlwe new co-coaclwes Cueorge Bauer and Gordon ,lol1nson,compiled a two win and nine loss record during tlieir dual season. The Badgers started tlwe season strongly by beating l.aCrosse State 67Mg to 44Vg. line Badgers tlwen lost tlweir next six matclwes before beating tlie University ol Cliicago 60 to 52 ,lon Stillman again proved to be tlne best all-round per- former witlw clwiet lwelp coming from mid-year graduate Captain Clay Stebbins and from Clwuck Meyst. Soplwomores -lerry Klingbeil, Bill Kirkpatrick, and Bill Mautlwe snowed promise and sliould be of great lielp in Future years. - Wisconsin's wrestlers, after losing a close match to Wheaton by a score oi 'I4 to 'lQ, went on to win the State Collegiate title For the Fourth consecutive year. The Badgers next beat Cornell fla.D by a score ol QQ to 5. Alter this the team lost twelve of its last thirteen matches beating only Bowling Green 'I7-'l6. Coach George Martinis team Finished the season by scoring eleven points in the Big Ten Meet which was only good enough lor ninth place. Fred Rittschotl, who wrestled in both the T15 and 123 pound classes during the regular season, was unable to defend his 'HS pound championship and placed third. Neil Le-itner placed third in the 'IQ3 pound class. Both wrestlers worked their way through the wrestle-backs alter losing early round bouts. All The 'ei 995 down io' G Close' look Gi the Qmpplefs- of the other Wisconsin wrestlers were eliminated in pre- liminary action. Wrestling Wrestling--First Row: N. Leitner, J. Calkins, T.Toman, E, Thomas, B. Nehrkorn, G. l-layer. Second Row: D. Shea, L. Olund, E. Eifner, 'l'.Angoli C. Madsen, Coach G. Martin 299 I Badger runner shows the strains of the roce Wisconsin's indoor traclc team, under Coach Riley Best, had another poor season last year. They placed third in a triangular meet with Iowa and Northwestern, lost to Minnesota 89-'UQ to Q4-'I XQ, and beat the Air Force Academy 70-Q,f3 to 43-'l X3 for their only victory of the season. The Badgers failed to score in the Big Ten Cham- pionship Meet, and in either the Daily News or the Mil- waulcee Journal Relays. Starting the outdoor season with the illinois Relays, the Badgers did not win any events. The best individual performances were by Jim Bell in the broad jump with a leap oi over QQ feet, Gene l-lolt, jim Bell, and Dave Glen- denning all tied for second in the high jump, a third place in the discus by Bob Listecld, and a third place Finish by the sprint medley relay team. The Badgers Failed to place in either the Drake Relays, the Big Ten Qutdoor Meet, or the Central Collegiate Meet. They also lost a quad- rangular to Minnesoto, lowa, and Northwestern. l-low- ever, in this meet Bell toolc a First in the high jump, l'lolt tool4 a First place in the broad jump. John Parker Finished Fourth in the TOO-yard dash, Glendenning tied For Fourth in the high jump, and the mile relay team Finished fourth. ,john Cotton was elected captain For the 'l96'l season to succeed the 1960 team captain Gene l-lolt, k Badger hurdler on his way to victory. Wisconsin shot putter gets ready to heave the shct. An official watches an unsuccessful pole vault attempt. Track-First Row: J. Cotton, R. Miller, Cu. VanWormer, J. Parker, I., Maercklein, C. l-locevar, R. Kohnle, R. Listecki, Second Row: Coach R. Best D. Zarvvell, D. Culendenning, Capt. Cv. l-lolt, B. Bell, R. Devlin, J. Thompson, J. Bell, manager P. Platten, Asst. Coach T. Bennett. 301 Dick VcmEerden tclkes Q big cut Gt the boll. Anybody need cu bot? Baseball Stivers belts out Cl busehit. v .med Lg-A. Wisconsin Wisconsin Wisconsin Wisconsin Wisconsin Wisconsin 'Wisconsin Wisconsin Wisconsin Wisconsin Wisconsin Wisconsin Wisconsin Wisconsin Wisconsin Wisconsin Wisconsin Wisconsin Wisconsin Wisconsin Wisconsin BASEBALL RECORD Qi Northern lllinois 'IQ Northern lllinois 14 Chicago .... 6 lllinois Normal , Q lllinois Normal . 3 lllinois Wesleyan 6 lllinois Wesleyan 7 Washington Univ 5 Washington Univ 8 Washington Univ 3 Northwestern . 3 Notre Dame . , 4 Minnesota . . O Iowa . . 'l lowa ..,, 'I Michigan State 4 Michigan . . 5 Michigan . . . 6 Northern lllinois 6 indiana .... 6 Indiana . . To open the baseball season, the Badgers traveled to Delfalb, lllinois and defeated Northern lllinois in two games. ln other non-conference games, Wisconsin defeated the University of Chicago once, lllinois Normal twice, split two games with lllinois Vifesleyan and ended their spring trip with a win, loss, and a tie with Washington University. Wisconsin opened the Big Ten season successfully at home against Northwestern with a 3-Q victory. The next four meetings to be played in Madison were rained out including doubleheaders with Northwestern and Purdue. The Badgers finally were able to play at Middleton and defeated Notre Dame 3-'l. The next three games saw the Badgers losing to Minnesota and twice to lowa, Coach Dynie Mansfieldis team finished out the season by winning Coach Mansfield warms up one of his pitchers. 303 Five ol their last six games. During this hot streal4, Wisconsin defeated Indiana twice, Michigan State and Northern lllinois each once and split two games with Michigan. The team compiled a '14-6-1 record lor all games and a 5-4 record in the Big -Fen. If it hadn't been For the six Big -Fen games which were rained out, the Badgers might have been in contention For the conference title. individual honors Went to Dale l-lacl4bart who led or tied the Badgers in hits, doubles, home runs, and runs batted in, Russ Mueller was the top batter with a .317 average, While the best pitching record was compiled by Stan Wagner vvith an earned run average oF 2.74. Franlc Marilcvvas the team captain and Dale l-lacl4bart was voted the most valuable player on the squad. Baseball First Row R Mueller R Stivers W Richards J Simon Capt F. Marilc, M. Stillman, D. l-lackbart, W. Lyon, W. Marshall, D. Basco. Second Row Coach A Mansfield S Wagner R Van Eerden T l-landlord J. Balcken, M. Bailey, J. Moran, G. Sprindis, R. Nelson, R. 'lornovvske Third Row Asst Coach F Wegner F Burlcs J Grimm R Williams R l-lemming, R. Rossin, G. Plagenz, T. Abts, M. Strand. si. Coach Archie Simonson's Fencers, aFter starting the season poorly, improved as the season progressed and Fin- ished a close second in the Big Ten Meet. The Fencers lost seven oF their First eight matches, but won their last six matches For a seven and seven record. This was a vast improvement over the three wins and ten losses oF last season. ln the Big Ten Championships held at Madison, the Badgers tied For second with Qhio State, Five points behind the perennial champions, illinois. ln the Finals, Jim Wads- worth, with a Q and 3 record, Finished Fourth in the salore aFter Neil Payne had bowed out in the preliminaries. Jerry Wiviott and Bob Thomas with identical Q and 3 records Finished third and Fifth respectively in the Foil. ln the epee, Tom Barnum was third and AI Ten Broek was Fourth. They also had two and three records. Fencin Fencing-First Row: S. I-linytslci, W, Gee, G. Wiviott, Coach A. Simonson Wadsworth F Nielsen C Ringrose Second Row A Ten Broelc, J. Hoehn, N. Payne, R. Thomas, J. Wright, T. Barnum. You can t tell the Fencers without a scorecard Work out in the practice building. Tennis With only three returning lettermen, the Wisconsin tennis team had a rough time meeting the tough competition ol Michigan, lllinois, Northwestern, and Minnesota. Al- though the team record was not too impressive the team was able to increase their number ol wins from one ol the previous season, to Four this season. There were several players this year who displayed top notch ability. Qutstanding this year in singles play was l.on Ruedisili, while doubles play was sparked by Alan Frazer and jerry Rather. Coach Sanger feels confident the team will again be able to improve next season since only two major award winners have ended competition and live will return. TENNIS REcoRD Wisconsin . . . 3 George Washington . . 6 Wisconsin . . . Q North Carolina. . . . 7 Wisconsin . . . Q Georgetown . . 7 Wisconsin . . . 5 lowa . . . . 4 Wisconsin . . . E2 Notre Dame . . 7 Wisconsin . . . O Minnesota . . 9 Wisconsin . . . Q Michigan . . 7 Wisconsin . . . 9 Purdue . . . Ot Wisconsin . . . 6 Chia State . . 3 Wisconsin . . . 5 lndiana . . . 4 Wisconsin . . . 3 illinois . . . 6 Wisconsin . . . 'l Northwestern . . 8 Tennis: R. Gerson, L. Ruedisili, M. Rubinowitz, J. Rotter, T. Brown, D. Reierson, I. Zawaclci, R. Pease, Coach C. Sanger. 306 E V V .main ,Want Golf-First Row: C. l-linclcley, M. Klein, Capt. C. Steeno, T. Nelson, L. Wallden Second Row Coachj Jamieson l? Knilans D Quam R Knake J. Morre, M. Gharrity, G. Larson. The Wisconsin goll team, hampered by the loss ol the previous year's best scorers, still managed to compile a ten win, two loss record against strong competition. Led by Captain Chuclc Steeno, Coach John ,lcimieson's Badgers recorded wins over lllinois, Northern lllinois, Northwestern, lowa, and Minnesota. The only losses were at Michigan State and later in the year on the home linlcs ol Maple Blull Country Club to Minnesota. At the Big Ten Championship Meet at East Lansing, Wisconsin placed sixth with 'l,57O strolces For 82 holes of ploy. Marty Gharrity paced the Badgers with a total score ol 308 lor the 72 holes, to ranl4 in a tie lor 'l5th place in medal play. Later in the NCAA Meet, Cuil Larson and Tom Nelson did very well. ' The Badger crew practices their timing on the Yahara River. Crew The crew gets ready for another practice session. Coach Norm Sonju,s 1960 crew won only one meet of the five they entered. Their lone victory came on May QT on the Connecticut River over the Dartmouth crew. The Badgers opened their season on April 30 on the Charles River in Cambridge, Mass. They placed third be- hind l-larvard and Rutgers in a five school meet. On May '14, the oarsmen finished fourth in the qualifying heat for the finals of the Eastern Sprint Regatta. One week later the Badgers defeated Dartmouth by 'l-T X4 lengths on the two mile course with a winning time of 101399. Qn june Vi, the Wisconsin crew made their only ap- pearance of the year on Lake Mendota, playing host to California and Navy. California edged out Navy by a mere one-tenth of a second while the Badgers were '13 seconds off the pace. ln the IRA Regatta at Syracuse the Wisconsin shell, with Captain Courtney Freeman at no. 3 oar, placed eleventh. This was the lowest finish by a Badger varsity crew in the annual event since the race was first held on Lake Qnondaga in 1952. Since T960 was an Qlympic year the Badger crew had a chance to partake in the Olympic trials which were also held an Lake Qnondaga in early July. On the first day of the trials Wisconsin's four-oar with coxswain Boat won the third heat in 71276. ln the semi-final heat Wisconsin placed second to Cornell on the EZOOO meter course. Wis- consin failed to qualify forthe event when it placed second to the Detroit Boat Club in the repechage race. . ,M . rf.: V. V. ,nNQec',..1f--fmm mn-nmnmmmvw' ' -f ' -fr' r ' 1g .. c.o14nz..4,mzywman4.4q.M,f-.sa4msmzazze.Q4,x,fs,,f ,.te,1,.ass-:'f-sms,s4.4-'marresvfxfzwf-vzf..1 Scene-First Row: P. Mork, P. Taylor, J. Shafer. Second Row: C. Pope, J. l-lansen, G. Jacobson, D. Sharpee, C. Freeman, J. Bowen, R. Jablonic , rauer. The shell glides across the lalce at the commands of the coxswain. 309 X f 2 i EH I iii 5 l Q Z Z M Z W Z Z W Z Z L Z Z Z Z Z Z Z X ZZ 5 Z Z Z Z Z Z Z Z Z Z Z Z Z W 0 0 0 We studied, relaxed and socialized At First, everything was CI little overwhelming . . . 312 Q Liz Waters. . .Slichter. . .Ann Emery. . . Chadpourne . . . Elm Drive . . . l.angdon l"lall . . .the fVlen's l-lalls . . .at First everything vvas a little overwhelming . . . put, large or small, the dorms soon became home avvay from home . . . learning to live vvith many students vvas a major part ol the college experience. . .vve studied, relaxed, and socialized together. . .l.l-lA. . the store . . . l-loltfommons . . . exchange dinners . . .the pine Room . . . speakers' programs . . .Dormsylvania . . . vvaterlights . . .serenades . . . intermurals . . . the Chad choir . . a little pit ol everything . . . A little bit of everything . . . A major part of the college experience nr. .. Sometimes a need For privacy. A . We worked together to develop the dorm programs . . . ,I -L N. a. '19 .Q A Sometimes a need for socializing . . . www -H-V--:iw J-: -b5bMwMs:2Z-I-.-1'-'A-A 1-1w"'f'-'-'YW 'f 'f-'- -s , ., f: .1 '- Q :-u.'-'-:- -1,-'tu rw , ---emfgere QZZIT , ., Q' , Mfiiiiii www .. ff:-N f.f-- ,. v-mcmxsz A part of college never to be forgotten . . . Qur loyalties developed auiclfly . . .and remained tlwrougliout our college years . . .we vvorlced together to develop time dorm programs . . . sometlwing special about tlwose First lriendslwips . . , vve shared time nevv problems . . . sometimes a need For privacy . . . sometimes a need lor socializing . . . wlwatever the need or tlwe question, We usually could Find an answer liere . . tliere were complaints and disadvantages and criticisms . . . put Utne dorm" was certainly a part ol college never to pe Forgotten . . . D Chadbourne Staff-First Row: H. Field, J. Nixon, E. Bone, H. God- frey, S. Kohlenberg. Second Row: J. Whiffen, B, Liclcus, S. Meyers, W. Cook, E. Williams, R. Salshutz, N. O'Connor. Chadlaourne Hall, in its second year as a living unit, again served as a convenient, centrally-located, home- away-from-home for its 670 girls. The hall won second place in the Homecoming display contest, dorm division. Other II events included a holiday formal, "Winter Green and H a White,H a spring Mothers, Weekend and an informal dance. Miss Eunice Bone, head resident, and Miss Helen Godfrey, assistant head resident, provided helpful and guiding advice to both the executive council and the girls. Officers were Harriet lryffe, president, Mary Lea Larson, vice-president, Ellen Conway, secretary, Joan Kahnne head treasurer, Judy Murphy, social chairman, Colleen Lawrence, judicial chairman. I Chadbourne Officers-First Row- E. VanNess. C. Grambsch, J. Fisher, J.'Schurch, B. Babcock, J. Vorpahl, S. Dessloch, H. Fyffe, V. Liner, T. Seton, D. Rossiter, P. Paulson, M. Kline, J. Smith, M. Larson, M. Hamel, B. Waller. Second Row- B. Orth, S. Hinch, P. Lathrope, B. Gwin, B. Sturgeon, A. Wartinbee, M. Branson, S. Lippert, C. Lawrence, M. Birks, A. Lee, L. Mathews, H. Gulbrandsen, J. Linlc, F. Weissman, A. Ryan Thrid Row: J. Luff, E. Averill, R. Behrens, J. Rosenwald, E. Conway, J. Sonosky, B. Kaucic, M. Chase, M. Rhein, J. Zulcowslci, R. Harrington, P. McGrath, C. Erichsen, J. Wienlce, J. Koehler, J. Rosenwald, T. Thuma, B. Hanson. Breeze House-First Row: K. l-lempe, M. Wedekind, N. Frindell, K. Powers, P. Paulson, R. Salshutz, P. Finger, l-l. Cederbaum, B. Schmal, C. Zup- pann. Second Row: K. Scholle, S. Meyer, G. Kestol, B. Metzger, P. Pritchard, L. Zimmermann, K. Landreman, M. Walsh, M. Cummings, B. Swanson, D. Kuhlman, P. Peterson. Third Row: P. Murphy, M. Mannaberg, M. Johnson, J. Guntermann, C. Keck, l-l. Cost, J. Zuern, B. Every, M. Marks, K. Robinson, P. Waddell, N. Goichberg, S. Ladron, J. Rosenwald, J. Fisher, L. Rothman, K. Anderson, l-l. l-lesse, S. Bachhuber, D. Thronson. Fourth Row: G. Granberg, E. Kaari, E. Brager, C. Bishoiberger, K. Tesarik, A. Stotfel, E. Brandt, J. Millar, P. Larson, M. Kniskern, J. Busch, L. Long, l-l. l-lardiman, B. Balicki, M. Chase, L. l-leilman, J. Nicastro, M. Karp, M. Molstad, M. Zaeske. Breese A Mothers Weekend, a Parents Weekend tea, and house and listening parties were a few of the events on Breese houses social list, The girls also worked on Chad's l-lomecoming decorations and on a Childrens l-lospital party during the year. Qlticers were Pam Paulson, president, Joellen Fisher, vice-president, Jane Rosenwald, secretary, Martha Chase, treasurer, Judy Murphy, social chairman, Mary Walsh, judicial chairman, and Roberta Salshutz, houselellow. Campbell Campbell house enjoyed listening parties, exchange dinners, and a Mother's Weekend this year. The girls also worked on Chad's Winter Formal, helped with Chadls Homecoming display, and participated in the dorm chorus. Qlticers were Joan Schurch, president, Camella Grambsch, vice-president, Eleanor Averill, secretary, Joyce Lutl, treasurer, Bonnie Qrth and Martha Branson, Social chairmen, Ann Wartinbee, judicial chairman, and Barbara Lickus, housefellow. Campbell House-First Row: N. Deming, S. Schinner, S. Guptill, E. Butcher, A. Barrett, A. Reich, E. Averill, B. Lickus, Schurch, S. Sedgwick, B. Orth, S. Yordi, N. Rothrock, J. Luft, B. Cook, E. Arne, S. Rolland. Second Row: B. Keane, N. Lea, J. Trulson, J. Thieding, N. Nissen, A. War- tinbee, G. Grimsrud, K. Pofal, C. Roherr, P. Bown, K. Calkins, P. Murphy, l-l. Sebsow, K. Potter, J. Stenson, E. Keberle, L. Simkins, J. Johnson, A. Mendelson. Third Row: S. l-lanauer, J. Donaworth, J. Smallman, D. Jensen, B. Friede, M. Branson, S. Stanton, R. Sadauski, T. Gunderson, C. Arneson, K. Martinson, K. Borkhus, C. Grambsch, K. Runge, A. Gill, J. l-laeiner, P. Lee. .' --2-.-in-.: V . .-,.a.a.s. 1 l.:i.--. lc uni A 11:7 mls-.lui-l Marlatt House-First Row: l-l. Burralow, J. Wilk, J. Gibson, P. Otto, C. Reinhardt, J. Ovson, J. Engel, l-l. Field, B. Babcock, M. Toebe, S. Stensby, S. Becker, J. Rosenwald, J. Kowalski, B. Swenby, S. Kominsky. Second Row: B. Rogge, B. Schinabeck, B. Moskol, S. Ritzenberg, M. l-lafemann, K. Davidson, C. Callsen, K. Kenny, S. Christensen, M. Timm, J. Jonakait, E. Conway, E. Rebholz, l-l.Cohen, R. Kruger, L. Mathews, M. Davenport, R. Cole. Third Row: S. Euers, M. Birks, J. Tarnutzer, M. O'Conner, C. McNells, E. Turmo, R. Zurn, N. Niemi, Schweger, L. Noback, J. Kirby, M. Watkins, K. Redmond, J. Brown, S. Pacey, B. Woller, G. Leck. Marlaft The girls ot Marlatt house planned a Parent's Weekend and were active in lntra-Mural sports. At Christmas time they provided a 'Christmas for a Needy Family" as their service project. Officers were Bonnie Babcock,president, Barbara Woller, vice-president, Ellen Conway, secretary, Jean Rosenwald, treasurer, Liz Mathews, social chairman, and Mary Birks, Murray Murray house girls entered Tournament of Song and a bowling tournament. They keptactive with a listening party, Mothers Weekend, and a Christmas Service project. Ofticers were Donna Rossiter, president, Priscilla Gid- dings, vice-president, Judy Koehler, secretary, Charlotte Frichsen, treasurer, l-lelen Guldrandson, social chairman, and Aretha Ryan, judicial chairman. judicial chairman. Murray House-First Row: C. Kindschi, S. Miller, A. Ryan, P. Nathaus, J. Moyle, A. Newman, S. Lynch, W. Cook, D. Rossiter, F. Foreman, P. Rose, M. Call, C. Conger, l-l. Gulbrandsen, K. Fenrick, S Beck, Second Row: S. Sprong, P. Tobin, L. Zillman, K. Jaragoski, K. Anding, D. Kins, R. Johnson, B. Barnes, J. Kieser, J. Koehler, M. Carter, M. Peters, L. Alberts, S. Stanton, J. Petiniot. Third Row: C. Ericsen, N. Roberts, K. Klausch, C. Vuk, S. Fredendall, D. Debow, K. Fowell, M. Flory, A. Stalle, P. Kelley, D. Wasserman, E. McArtheur, A. Mekkelson, J. l-luseth, B. Boyd, S. l-lopkins. Rosenberry House-First Row: S. Barna, K. Speer, M. l-libbard, B. Lautenschlager, S. Sheridan, M. Kline, F. Williams, P. Lathrope, P. Behrens, S. Golden, K. Nuotter, T. Larson, S. Anderson, N. Griffith. Second Row: G. Zeilstra, M. Cerutti, V. Rovinson, Marvin, L. Brumblay, M. Sommers, F. Mathison, A. White, V. Titel, A. Lang, L. Woeltter, C. Collat, K. Reed, M. Milewski, L. Trebotich. Third Row: L. Bratley, K. Adams, F. Newkirk, L. Frank, P. Braatz, B. Hagen, K. Christiansen, C. Smith, J. Moeller, K. Dresser, L. Manegold, F. VanNess, M. Tubbs, N. Lawrence. Rosenberry Rosenberry house helped with Chad's l-lomecoming decorations and took part in the "Yell Like ldlelli' contest. The house won the scholastic trophy For two semesters, and was graced with the residence of Karen Thorsen, a 'l96'l Badger Beauty. Officers included Mary Anne Kline, president, Elizabeth Van Ness, vice-president, Ruth Ann l-larrington, secretary, Ruth Ann Behrens, treasurer, Sue l-linch, social chairman, and Phyllis Lathrope, judicial chairman. Schoenleber Schoenleber house activities tor the year included a tall listening party, a Parent's Weekend Cotlee hour, and a Motheris Weekend in the spring. Leadership was shown in Chadbourneis library, on the Den Speakers committee, and in Phi Chi Theta. Qiticers were Telia Setan, president, Diane Lasch, vice- president, Bonnie Kaucic, secretary, Beverly l'lanson, treasurer, Frada Weissman, social chairman, Judith Fmmans, judicial chairman, and Judith Whitten, housetellow. Schoenleber House-First Row: A. Rusch, S. Jones, B, l-lasnon, E. Landy, C. Minor, B. Selikott, J. Whitten, T, Seton, C. l-loerig, M. Watts, N. Cohen, B. Buehler, K. Stein, P. Mikkelson. Second Row: A. Kernland, K. Marquardt, S. O'Keefe, S. Nessenson, S. Fant, C. Oestreich, S. Stein, M. Seelig, L. Salkowski, D. Schwartz, L. Jink, F. Weissman, D. Burch, C. Woodward. Third Row: G. Osborn, S. Lemke, J. Soltis, B. Kleinheinz, M. Curwen, E. Peterson, D. Dumdey, A. Blumenfeld, J. Sredl, C. l-lasz, J. Nelson, M. Yelish, P. Roshaven, B. Kaucic. 'ff 743.7-"j Tfif 1,',.f'V' '.:-'S-' Y .vi-'11,r7f,' 7 'rw ,A -. - wwf' w-r'1-.--.-..- -.-f-. .-1 .. ,. -........... ...-- . L Scott House-First Row: N. Noie, K. Feldstein, L. Solkovitz, J. Jacobs, S. Boxer, C. Davie, R. Pierce, E. Erb, T. Thuma, l-l. Fyffe, S. Meyers, B. Gwin, P. Fenton, N. Simonsen, B. Prees, D. Randolph, J. Zittel. Second Row: J. Janowitz, L. DeBaere, S. Roche, G. Loft, A. Peterson, R. Silver- stein, M. Sedgwick, J. Sonosky, B. Anderson, L. Arnold, S. Pankow, D. St. John, N. Berg, J. Laundrie, D. Breu, L. Dushek. Third Row: S. Vogel, S. Mooney, P. Smith, K. Marks, S. Stoddard, D. l-lewitt, P. Voelz, B. l-lughes, G. Nalevac, K. Carroll, B. Thompson, J. Metzger, M. Niemeyer, M. Riecleman, E. Chen, B. Mayer, K. Lokken, V. DuBrucq. Scott Scott house spiced the year with such activities as a Football theme party, a Christmas party, a Big and Little Sister Slumber party, and a Mothers Weekend. Ofhcers included l-larriet Fytle, president, Clara Derber, vice-president, Terree Thuma, secretary, Joann Sonoskv, treasurer, Carol Moss, social chairman, Beth:Gwin, judicial chairman, and Pauline Fenton, Freshman representative. Wallerstein Wallerstein house, extremely active, took part in Persian Market, l-lomecoming, and they had a Mother's Weekend, a Big-Little Sisterdinner, listening parties and beerand ex- change dinners. Their Christmas project, a bike for a nine- year-old boy, got Milwaukee Journal and Sentinel notice. Qificers were Sharon Dessloch, president, Judy Smith, vice-president, Marilee Rhein, secretary, Sophie Schlachter, treasurer, and Sue Lippert, social chairman. Wallerstein l-louse-First Row: R. Babbitz, B. Goldman, S. Sengpiel, C. Meingast, P. Freitag, G. l-lolm, G. Wesolowski, R. Rowald, S. Kohlenberg, S. Dessloch, J. Strutz, D. Latoria, M. Moore, P. Mitchell, P. Nolting, D. Knoblauch, K. Tancill, N. Thayer. Second Row: V. Figi, S. Longman, C. Cotter, M. Simpson, J. Smith, M. Stewart, M. Wilson, R. Pech, E. l-lershman, M. Widmann, M. Beilke, M. Klinkhamer, S. Lippert, M. Booth, J. l-leck, J. Reimann, B. Williams. Third Row: J. Marten, M. Rhein, K. Larsen M. Fenrick, J. Redloif, S. Gloppen, J. Frey, A. Mickelson, J. Gould, A. Baker, L. Luebke, S. Kothlow, M. Bober, M. Kestol, J. Winter. i 5 1 , S s u 3 gif- -my W, "" . 4 v .I ' ' " X Wk J? ig' Q I 3 4,,, Y : N 1. ' M -l A Lf N: Q 6 - 45 , X. ii iff ,y -,,,, A gg 335, 6 My Q ,L - ' A E V 1 I if ,gl K V ' K U i 5 lit: Q . E p:.3T"' ', ' 5,53 K fizgfi ' .1 " '. , ' - ' , 1 -- 1 . U iff rl f f ' 3 5-5-1 I I F , fy ' , E il .,- U1 ,JA rw- ,- W I - :. H Q I iz: A Q:Q:?m as 1 W nf il U ' . -'- .- ' 3' .1 - W ,, '. Y V - - 4-717 V ,, Y ff if 1 Liz Start-First Row: S. Toner, G. Wurd- en, Miss Allan, K. Galos. Second Row: D. Shalninian, A. Burghardt, N. Couper, M. Tustin, S. Summeriield, D. AFranl4.1 Liz Staff Liz statl, vvlwicln met every Week, not only served as advisors to tlwe lwall's more tlwan 500 girls, but toolc an active concern in tlwe residents' Welfare. Working vvitli tlfie executive council and unit councils, tlwe stail dis- cussed problems in areas of dorm living and suggested possible improvements. Miss Jessie Allan, lwead resident, and Gretclwen Wurden, assistant liead resident, Worlced closely vvitli tlwe unit lnouselellovvs: Ann Burgardt, Dolores Slwalwinian, Katliy Galos, Mary Ann Tustin, Nancy Couper, Dorotlwy Franlc, Slwaron Toner, and Sandra Summerfield. Liz Exec Council Tl'ie l.iz executive council, an administrative body, gov- erned tlwe entire dorm, discussed and administered general policies, and served as coordinator and organizer ol all dorm functions as well as unifying tlne activities oi individual units. Executive oiiicers included Karen Meyer, president, Mary Bersclw, vice-president, Diane Davis, secretary and Co-ed's Congress representative, Joan Douglas, treasurer, Virginia Benner, committee coordinator, Sue l:irle, judicial clwairman, Anne Grant, social clwairman, Jan Rambo, store representa- tive, and Ann Koiel, Freshman representative. Unit presi- dents were Gretclien Gericlce, Carol Moir, Marcia Topel, Mirriam Wlwitmore, and Joan Resloclc Liz Exec. Council-First Row: A. Kofel, G. Benner, J. Douglas, S. Firle. Second Row: N. Couper, M. Bersch, K. Meyer, D. Davis, Miss Allan. Third Row: J. Rambo, J. Resloclc, A. Grant, C. Moir, M. Topel,yG. Gericlce, M. Whitmore. Liz Waters, perched high on the shore of Lalce Mendota, began the school year with an Qctober open house, "Gilded Caginessf' The football season found her en- gaged in informal after-game teas and by Homecoming time, she was socially in the swing of things. ln November, the freshmen held Mother's Weelcend, "This ls Gur Lifef' Winter not only brought snow, it brought Liz's Winter formal, HSnovv Flamef' and a Christmas concert, presented 'by the Liz choir for the girls and their guests. Spring was one mad scramble vvith the Spring formal, the upperclassmen's Mother's Weelcend, and Campus Carn- ival. This was also the time of Liz's twenty-first anniversary as a dorm. Besides all these activities, the dorm held exchange and buffet dinners and scholarship banquets throughout the year. Academic spealcers vvere often aslted in, at the girls' requests. Several projects went on inside the dorm. Liz store vvas operated for the purpose of offering six scholarships to dorm girls from its proceeds, usually around SQOOO. Liz library often proved a helpful reference. The dormls bi- monthly magazine vvas discontinued due to technical difficulties and vvas replaced by the Council Newsletter, a mimeographed monthly nevvs sheet which covered executive council nevvs and dorm events. Liz Unit I Liz Unit l-First Row: G. Gericlce, V. Swisshelm, C. Schneck, J. Babula, M. l-lolland, L. Watrous, S Bovvn N Kelley J Gintz J Meyer C Traisman, G. Trevino, B. Marx. Second Row: C. Goecks, D. Pichelmeyer, K. Godec, J. Sousek, S. Fralces C Olson B Westphal R Willoughby G. Poon, J. Carlstein, D, Webber. Third Row: M. Webb, K. Algrin, G. Longue, D. Milford, S. Budlong S l-lunt B Nelson E Gollhardt A Uehling, l-l. Lassila, L. Stofer, J, Paul, C. Johnson. Fourth Row: P. Kornblum, C. l-lolden, A. Dickenson, P Ryan E May S Guember M Mauer E. Graf, P. Douglas, J. Schrader, A. l-loogerheide. Liz Unit ll-First Row: J. Esch, M. Miller, N. Dunn, M. Huebner, S. Arnold, K. Galos, C. Moir, K. Schmidley, G. Simpson, M. Krug, K. Rufe, K. Larkin, J. Longmire, J. Vodilca. Second Row: J. Lyon, J. Douglas, M. Sharp, A. Hanneman, E. Spring, S. Busch, J. Robertson, D. Sigerstad, N. McLean, C. Falk, K. Moertl, S. Cadman, l. Petersen, M. Morris. Third Row: E. Evans, K. Retzlatl, D. Soder, D. Klinelelter, G. Umin, B. Witt, H. Cochrane, C. Welsch, C. Kopeclcy, D. Hoffman, J. Neal, S. Parisi, L. Samsel, A. Curant, N. Bernhardt. Fourth Row: J. Sonnenberg, L. Cuammel, L. Ciuttman, S. Miller, J. Schlaak, M. Link, K. Yares, C. Mundt, E. Gidetz, A. Nustad, M. Geshel, B. Jennings, J. Rambo, B. Rosenhouse, L. Lolcay, Cu. Rahses, V. Marlcel. Liz Unit ll Liz Unit III Liz Unit lll-First Row: J. Muench, J. Flaherty, N. Gilbert, H. Haagensen, M. Topel, N. Couper, K. Melcelburg, R. Drew, J. Horfland, A. Regens- dorf, E. Bowen, D. Lamb. Second Row: S. Pottishman, D. Ysebaert, G. Palmquist, J. Schultz, S. St. Louis, J. Beverley, C. Hessler, C. Rawson, M. Benedict, P. Muhich, E. Roberts, A. Kofel, J. Wadephul, J. St. Louis. Third Row: J. Sweeney, D. Kuhagen, S. Hunholz, M. Wallace, P. Douglas, V. Benner, G. Harvey, K. Nienast, B. Loos, V. Johnson, J. Judd, K. MacDonald, D. Norman, D. Webb. Fourth Row: C. Fuhrman, K. Yoerg, K. Meyer, P. Murtleldt, L. Mattison, S. Putz, S. Breitenbach, J. Berg, J. Thorp, K. Curisz, D. Tratnilc, L. Hunt, C. Luchs, S. Stewart, M. Reierson. Fifth Row: J. Kitchingman, S. Bartel, P. Sheahan, K. Owens, D. Boltz, J. Hoffman, B. Behnke, K. Fromer, F. Oehrlein, B. Duescher, C. Thorp, J. Stewart. Liz Unit IV-First Row: E. Pacetti, J. Johnson, P. l-lolz, D. Franlc, M. Whitmore, A. Leonard, E. Rehm, B. Solberg, J. Liberthson, J. Krueger, D Bearriclc, R. Laumbach. Second Row: J. Zemanek, J. Zemanelc M. Cruichshank, J. Dewey, l-l. Gilbert, N. Blum, E. Sours, P. Mittelstaedt, E. Mont- guire, V. Voss, J. Johnson, S. Carr, V. Grenholm. Third Row: Bergwall, J. Schwei, J. Vervvohlt, J. Christoph, K. Phillips, K. Cleven, R. Tepper E. Fleming, J. Train, M. Eastman, M. Ankeney, S. Firle. Fourth Row: B. Trumpy, D. Grossen, K. Drowley, K. l-lougen, J. l-lill, K. Blumenlcamp, S Warwick, F. Matson, J. l-larlcer, P. Garity, E. Meissner, D. Davis, S. l-leinzen, M. Gleissner. Liz Unit V-First Row: P. Allen, D. Breger, B. Krug, G. l-lalversen, P. Berniclc, B. Schaefer, J. Reslock, P. Dillett, N. Stein, D. Aschenbach, A Weinstein, C. Raymond, J. Roecker. Second Row: N. Dille, C. Landman B. Cuuif, S. Tvvomley, L. Ingham, D. DeWitt, K. Engel, N. Butler, l-l. Tol- verson, lvl. Dros, B. Rattin, S. Ditton, K. Kurth, K. Schwartz, J. Ketchum, Kubes. Third Row: S. SchaFFer, C. l-lart N. StouFFer, V. Kock, M. Berg- strom, D. l-lorvath, R. Kamin, L. Germuga, B. l-leiple, K. Brocade, C. Katsura, A. Nlannering, J. Kuylcen. Fourth Row: N. Frost, D. Cook, J. Voss C. Strobl, S. Starlc, S. Sprehn, A. Sengbusch, J. Martinetti, M. Nohr, B. Leverenz, B. Batty, S. l-lenderson, J. Rogness, D. Fronek L. l-lellmund I l LHA Cabinet-First Row: R. Myrant, B. Anderson, B. Bogenschneider, B. Marshall, H. Davey, Y. Graf, K. Kurisu, T. Towers, G. Fitzpatrick, J. Hartmann, B. Beaty, M. Dvoralc, B. Blumberg. Second Row: C. Gundersdorf, L. Pesce, E. Katz, R. Euclid, G. Dollinger, R. Thein, L. Bosworth, G. Meister, S. Jasperson, J. Sullivan, D. Dumbleton, D. Knutson, R. Klug, G. Ranniclc, R. Kaercher, G. Wilcox, G. Van Dyke, D. Hildebrand. Third Row: J. Kitchin, T. Peter, J. Erdman, D. Kussow, R. Lederer, R. Pearson, K. Herman, alternote, alternote, D. Arndt, J. Hudson, K. Voelker, alternate, R. Sherwood, R. Andley. LHA LHA Public Relations Committee- R. Stevenson, N. Wastilo, R. Wilner, J. Murphy. lR:Hl2t1eB'oEgd of Directors-First Row: D. Hildebrand, B. Becity, T. Towers, L. Pesce. Second Row: T. Peter, G. Van Dyke, K. Herman, G. Shinners, . c . LHA Business Office-First Row: L. Pesce, J. l-lartmcin. Second Row: E. Wiegner, G. l-liubecky, J.Kitcl1in. Lakeshore Halls Association The L.l-LA. Executive Council directed the activity at the meetings of the cabi- net members of the Association. Z Store Board-First Row: L. Pesce, R. Sherwood, J. Feuerptiel. Second Row: F. Strey, J. Kitchin, R. Clancy, B. Nolte, J. Erdman. L.l'l.A. is an organization Hoi the students, by the stu- dents, and for the students" of Adams, Tripp, Slichter, Kronshage, Cole, Sullivan, and Elm Drive halls. The organization, which replaced lVlen's l-lalls Association and is in its second year, provides student government for the dorm area and services to its 3000 members. The Association is governed by the Cabinet, which is made up of one elected member from each ot the forty- eight houses in the L.l-l.A. The Cabinet meets once a weel4 to legislate the Association policies and oversee the Financial transactions oi the organization. The Business Qtiice handles all of the Finances ot the Association plus those oi the member houses. The Cabinet chairman also serves as L.l-l.A. president. The constitutionality of the Association policies and decisions is decided by the Judicial board. Finance Committee-First Row: R. l-lan- sen, P. Barney, J. Erdman. Second Row: D. Stettens, D. Kussow, M. Shinners. 328 Central Purchasing Committee-First Row: R. Brown, D. Swender, W. Larson, D. Stein. Second Row: R. Newton, R. l-lolton, J. Dunst, C. Antholt. L.l-l.A. otiicers were Tom -lowers, president, Dan l-lilde- brand, vice-president, LeRoy Resce, business manager, Ed Wiegner, accountant, George l-lrubeclcy, social chairman, and Raul Ginsberg, advisor. Besides providing social activities tor the members which are carried out by the social director and appointed com- mittees, L.l-l.A. provides tutoring services during Final exams and otiers two 3S'l00 scholarships based on need, academic achievement, and organizational participation. Loans and Scholarship-First Row: M. l-lediger, C. Mischlce, K. l-las- low, C. Cuauger. Second Row: W. Wahl, M. Rensink. Film Committee-First Row: C. McConnell, K. Whitney, J. l-lartmann, L. McDaniels, M. Weiss, l. Mattson, D. Kneppreth, M. French, A. Draheim. Second Row: J. Peterson, C. Cameron, B. Kralovetz, J. Taylor, M. Lindmark, J. Withbroe, J. Cipperly, P. Lillegren, B. Donner, C. Rabas, P. Peterson. Dormistory-First Row: A. Draheim, B. Rychlowslci, E. Nakamura, S. Dalton, J. Greenewald. Second Row: R. Mueller, D. Lehocky, B. Brener, K. Schmidt, C. Duven, R. Schwartz, D. Klarstrom. 329 Library Committee-First Row: C. Ratt, L. I-lolderness, G. Dollinger, K. Kuvisu, C. McConnell. Second Row: M. Schlenk, L. Larsen, R. Hansen, J. Dunst, G. Fisher, R. Jensen, D. Lehocky, J. Page. Evidence ol L.l-l.A.'s success and initiative can be seen in the activities of twenty-Five committees and clubs. The social director, who replaced the Central Social committee, vvorked along with appointed committees to make possible the picnics, parties, Christmas and Home- coming tormals, and this spring the traditional Dormsylvania dance. The dance vvas preceded by skits and campaigning for the election of the HDuke" vvho ruled over the dance. The vast dorm areais communications are kept linked by the Dormistory, a bi-weekly paper and W.L.l-l.A., the dorm radio station. Dormistory, free to L.l-l.A. members, pro- vided experience, not only to budding journalists, but to anyone interested in group cooperation. W.L,l-l.A., broadcasting Five evenings a vveek and all clay Saturday and Sunday, otlered a diverse, well-received quality of music. The student-run station gave experience to those interested in programming, engineering, managing, and announcing. The Public Relations committee worked closely with the Dormistory and W.L.l-l.A. in an ettort to bring a sense of unity to the dorm area. The L.l-l.A. Athletic committee with the university intra- mural ottice, directed the athletic programs oi the units in the Association. It is through this committee that L.l-l.A. sponsors a team in the annual touch-Football game between Wisconsin dormitory champions and their counterparts at the University of Minnesota. WLHA-First Row: J. Morris, R. De- vries. Second Row: F. Poulson, P. West- brook, M. Goossens, J. Pitrot. 330 Tutoring-First Row: A. Lorenz, S. Kissinger, A. Krammer, P. McPeek. Second Row: N. Buhrovv, J. Wink, L. Bosvvarth, P. Taylor. Speakers 8s Debates-First Row: J. Katz, P. Goldstein, J. Jocobchick. Second Row: M. Anderson, J. Violette. L H A Committees Activities Committee-G. Calvert, K. Anderson, T. Duex, R. Lindstrom, J. Shapiro, C. Page. The periodical and record listening room established by the Library committee in the Elm Drive units, along with the regular library, came in handy many times. Membership on committees and in clubs is decided in mass interviews, directed by the Personnel committee. Free vveeldy movies to all l..l-l.A. members are provided by the Film committee, vvhose job it is, among other things, to attend to the renting ol Films, hiring ol projectionists, and arranging available rooms For the movie lans. A camera club, ham radio club, and a hunting and Fishing club are just a few ol the many clubs where dorm residents found the opportunity For active participation and sell- expression in Fields of special interest. Financial, extra-curricular and social questions were discussed at the meetings of the cabinet. iglg "s J i , 1' if .nv . 'tif . ' 2 LHA Athletic Committee-First Row: J. Davis, A. Draheim, C. lhle, J. Rowan. Second Row: D. Stein, K. l-lerman, B. Brenner, S. Carlson, A. Robertson. Radio Club-First Row: E. Poulson, T. Macon, A. Kaphengst, C. Rabas. Second Row: J. Fe-ring, R. ChaFiin, R. Egebrecht, J. Segerstrom. Book Exchange-First Row: P. Gold- stein, N. Ninnemann, A. Brearley, P. Barney, C. Ganger. Second Row: D. Peterson, S. Lewis, G. Fisher, L. Lane, S. Kissinger. Ll-lA Personnel Committee-First Row: N. Lemke, J. Bensemann, B. Marshall, S, l-lillarcl, K. Sheller. Second Row: C. Anholt, M. Wudke, L. John, B. Schwarz G. Shinners, J. Kitchin. Ll-lA Camera Club-C. Schubert, R. Shrolf Gross R Mueller f4 Lalceshore Stores Clerks-J. Lenz, ,l,Anderson,C, Swenson, B. Wickham, L. Schereck, B. Liclclle, B. Rychlovvslci, Cu. Kroll, J. Mathieson, D. Knutzen, D.1Finn, ,l. Kroyer. LHA Store Lalceshores Stores Managers-B. Clancy, F. Strey, W. Nolte. "The World's Largest Student Qvvned and Qperated Storef' as the L.l-l.A. store is called, has gross sales oi around S'lO0,000.00. These proceeds are used to put dorm activities into action. Started in Tripp hall in 1937, the store, a corporation, operated as a department store and university cooperative. A main unit in Mack house basement is duplicated in the lorm of a branch shop in Elm Drive Commons. Special services and convenience goods, from toothpaste to pipes, are supplied to dorm residents. The store's general policies are decided by its board of directors who serve as a link between the store and the L.l-l.A. Cabinet. Store otiicers were Bill Nolte, manager, Fred Strey, accountant, and Bob Clancy, buyer. Those seelcing a posi- tion as store otiicers First are interviewed by the store board. 333 Buck l-louse-First Row: B. Pucel, D. Kneppreth, M. Quick, A. Diestler, Mrs. Scott, B. Vankat, J. l-larrop, M. Tamm, J. l-lerbert, B. Jensen. Second Row: S. l-lowell, S. Mulliken, K. Whitney, l-l. Davey, E. Ricci, S. Drabkin, R. Beghin, B. Knaup, B. Marauardt, L. Pfisterer, A. Draheim, J. Francis, K. Anderson, D. Bathke, P. Larson. Third Row: P. Eastwood, B. Beier, C. Sack, M. Grunke, F. Chrisien, J. Thomas, G. Garnier, M. Smedema, P. Kirtland, P. Stone, C. Stier, W. Chapman, J. Schultz, K. Kohl, S. Gast, L. Lahl. Fourth Row: C. Mischke, S. Lillard, E. Gillette, K. Kuhlman, K. Pleshek, K. Yurk, J. Smith, K. Zenke, L. Zirbel, C. Ammons, R. Wendt, l-l. l-loskins, M. Allen, J. Starr. l Buck Qrientation Week had an Qriental theme this year For the Buck l-louse girls. Showerman l-louse again suFFerecl a deleat in the HPowder Bowl," and the l-lomecoming dis- play was the major project for the girls this year as well as the Cole l-lall Christmas Formal. QFFicers included Alene Diestler, president, Mary Ann Tamm, vice-president, Mary Quick, secretary, Barbara Pucel, treasurer. Kiekhofer The 'Plebbish Nook" was the favorite spot in Kiekholer l-louse during Orientation Week this year. Cohfee hours in which the girls discussed politics were frequent occur- ences during the year. The girls also participated in the all-campus College Bowl and the UYell like l-lell" con- test. 0FFicers were Margaret Korn, president, Marie Goossens, vice-president, Sharon Bade, secretary, Mary Lowe, treasurer, Vicki Bomlaa, houseiellow. Kielchofer l-louse-First Row: S. Bode, R. Ziemer, V. Bomba, M. Korn, M. Goossens, N. Schulze, B. Anderson. Second Row: S. Paul, M. Wake, M. Fisher, S. Gerner, D. Champney, S. Shoop, J. Nowicki, M. Benson, M. Anderson, C. Talley, M. Winer, M. l-larris, A. Lazar, J. Katz, A. Joy. Third Row: R. Aronov, P. Goldstein, J. Jacobchick, C. Karis, J. Severson, J. l-leisterkamp, P. French, J. Borchardt, S. Bull, B. Rychlowski, P. Dana Bashian, M. Baebler, J. Goodrich, 'S. Sprenger, G. NaKamoto. Fourth Row: N. Niess, R. Lightfoot, M. Greenewald, J. Williams, K. Swanson, S. Smith, S. Grabel, J. Aikin, J. Feuerpfeil, D. Rousar, A. Stanaitis, L. l-lartmann, M. Bongard. fi' ---1, atv' S 3: ,, ,.,. 21-are fs , 55: 1 I ,...,..,., x .V 4 ':5:E"'1., Q . :vi my-:: ' . V .. , .- , f z , H ' EQ? K- 1 ,,-.,w,- 4' ' wig mn V .M- Q .+ -If if K 1 f f ll A' we .,, ,Fd wfgg, IMO' 'V 1 , N- 4 1 f i ?L,g3f?:a-4 4, f V' 1 -a1i1,,,:fgsf ' , , , f -. fm V' 2 'Cf ff, f ,,L , 3 Aim?-Z VM ra VA 'Bn 4 ,W W, 8.49 'fu f f 2 5, 416 17 Q ff4s Q? .Wie 1 Q ' ww .4 T 211 ' f , .1 ' .L I K 5551, . rf V fs .y '. 1 - 55,4 ..g . ' ff? Q A , f W I ' 2 3 1 -2 'f?1'zfl?': 2'f z Q-'SK 211,25 :za I uf 2:1 4 f. " f - - I ww 2251, V 3- , 2 1 A? L .4:,, ,Z ,. ,. f4fm,,'E xi! ' - , Q 2 433 fl 'va " V. . X ltd 0 , -la A L?" 7 ' A .,.:' ei 95 - Q '- s-v" 4 - V- E 'I i ,if I LA . nj.. : 1' , 'LP ' .guru 5 yu 'QV J ,.5:1,jf, . .. L- . J- - . Jw? . , , ,..u V ' 1 5? Q.. , lb 1 -L H '43 V -1 MA I 4 f 21642331 ' ff Y' 'iaffiftggafk 0 f M , . fwmy, f 2 46 542 CZJMVQ Q W4 ,, i ? I Bleyer House-First Row: K. Clinton, B. Marshall, R. Adler, P. Brandchaft, Mrs. Adams, K. Svviatek, G. Hanson, S. Nutting, L. Carey. Second Row: R. Grossman, P. Gersten, S. Smith, B. Falle, S. Cottingham, M. McCarthy, S. Wegner, J. Kratsch, P. Steinestel, M. Bartels, J. Grud, B. James, C. Kuehn, S. Landman, C. Warsaski, H. Pearson. Third Row: C. Klipstein, M. Hildebrand, P. Hughes, F. Birnie-Visscher, M. Metzig, D. Llmbreit, L. Healy, J. Cilley, E. Hotchkiss, P. Bickert, A. Gordon, C. McConnell, H. Kramp. Fourth Row: P. McPeek, J. Wiechert, C. Wagner, S. Schwahn, N. Storm, K. Richardson, S. Benson, S. Heckl, P. Burks, S. Gaulke, K. Szudrovvitz. Bleyer Bleyer House girls were busy this year with bowling parties, listening parties, exchange dinners, and plans for Mother-Daughter Weekend. Lynn Carey was Co-ed's Congress representative and Betty Marshall vvas in LHA. Directing activities lor the busy year were Karen Svviatek, president, Sandy Nutting, vice-president, Phyllis Brand- chalt, secretary, Geneva Hanson, treasurer, Kathy Clinton, social chairman. Cool This year's events were topped by Cool l-lousels Hop- Scotch tournament vvith Kahlenberg House and the Elm Drive Formal. The girls also participated in single football and soccer games. This was Cool's second year and quite busy as lar as all-campus activities. Gtlicers included Sue Woldum, president, Connie Ciolac, vice-president, Martha Howe, secretary, Doris Bouril, treasurer, Helen Moran, social chairman. Cool House-First Row: E. Love, S. Serota, S. Dalton, C. Ciolac, S. Woldum, D. Bouril, B. Bogenschneicler, S. Rumney, C. Peterson, M. Howe. Second Row: C. Congress, C. Edison, L. Billhardt, B. Nelson, M. Biederman, L. Gueldner, F. Nusbaum, J. Jenson, A. Jacobson, H. Kruger, M. Brownlow, C. Grochowski, S. Saxler, G. Lauro, D. Meyr, J. Wiechers. Third Row: D. Posey, J. Cohen, J. Dent, B. Marshall, M. Helmbrecht, J. Bair, J. Stasko, P. Peck, H. Hegge, M. Rickll, E. Hamerstrom, M. Wurm, C. Ross, M. Eggen, B. Treiber, K. Schlenk, C. Woo. Fourth Row: S. Blackman, P. Murney, P. Grossman, D. Savidusky, W. Hoelting, Y. Swain, M. Joelson, J. Kenzian, P. Sharrovv, S. Sellers, J. Vanish, K. Chilcutt, M. Feingold, J. Redgren, B. Wegner, S. Rice. ' ' : - -lc' ' .,,... . err 1 a -wr,--f.1,wm:cz.vxs1. fix -ov .-raamr-av r mast' + Elsom House-First Row: B. Salay, B. Buening, Y. Gionet, S. Harper, C. Bruns, J. Davis. Second Row: M. Bryant, M. Gruendemann, C. Siebers, M. Krijger, C. Schultz, R. Baehr, B. Hanson, J. Cejlca, N. Ninnemann, E. Jones, B. Beaty, J. Goodson, L. Maruyama, E. Bookbinder, B. Goldschein, B. Rowan. Third Row: A. Spinning, G. Johnson, K. Miller, B. Sherman, S. Hall, S. Saxon, J. Wong, H. Freidrickson, N. Cahen, J. Gray, K. Kanzler, P. Kossiclc, J. Golden, M. Laney, F. Spondrey, S. Gruber, J. Rowan, M. Schwarte, B. Adams, M. Tyrolt. Ekom t The Alpha Gamma Rho baseball game, the Rundell House swimming party and a holiday decorating contest were high points on the Elsom House calendar during the year. Busy in additional activities were Adrienne Augenstein, chair- man ol the Elm Drive A Homecoming Display and Sue Phillips, resident aide chairman. Olllicers were Yvonne Gionet, president, Barbara Clarl4, vice-president, Carol Bruns, secretary, and Betty Buening, treasurer. Henmon Henmon House proved to be an actively worlting group with Betty Bryan holding the position ol Elm Drive A social chairman and helping to malte Homecoming a success. Suzanne Arnold was WIC chairman and attended the Big len leadership conference at Northwestern. Listening parties were often enjoyed at Henmon. House otlicers were Suzanne Arnold, president, Rumi Jo, vice-president, Jan Boebel, secrerary, Marilyn Kuhr, treasurer, Judy Rodee and Betty Bryan, social chairmen,Jean Gordon, houselellow. Henmon House-First Row: J. Gordon, M. Kuhr, R. Jo, S. Arnold, J. Rodee, B. Bryan, S. Jack. Second Row: R. Baury, S. Gordon, K. Raymond, S. Levin, D. Grindell, L. Kletlman, J. Kaeding, C. Huebner, S. Diamond, K. Moberg, L. Dawn, I. Ireland. Third Row: A. Kau, S. Lee, A. Schneider, J. Arnold, M. Ebel, J. Carlson, C. Noelclc, E. Dawis, J. Harrington, N. Lee, C. Swenson, M. Busse, M. Runnels. Bierman House-First Row: C. Webber, C. Auby, J. Everly, Mrs. l. Marshall, J. Cowie, S. Butzke. Second Row: W. Grampp, V. Paepke, J. Naga- matsu, V. Bleck, L. l-laberle, N. Oelhafen, B. Gale, B. Ramsey, J. Blahnik, J. l-lerzfeldt. Third Row: E. Cartier, B. Zoel, K. Flaherty, M. Dvorak, N. Burgy, C. Cummings, M. Ricker, M. Lindmark, L. Thomas, A. Roberts, D. Leet, C. Krueger. Bierman Bierman l-louse, the First Floor ofSlichter l-lall, had various successful social events during the year. The high point was the traditional Winslow-Bierman dance. Listening parties and exchange dinners were other activities. Wins- low was in the spotlight again sharing in the tree-trimming get-together with Bierman. l-louse president Lolita Bevenue and social co-ordinator Sharon Butzke were outstanding Bierman residents. Gavin Adding to all-dorm sponsored activities, Gavin l-louse did very well through the year with listening parties, butlet dinners and picnics. The girls joined in the Christmas spirit by caroling at the Mcblrath Nursing l-lome. Serving as Gavin l-louse Floor chairmen were Jane l-lampel and Nancy Geidel. Dotty l-lanny was active in WL!-IA and Cathy Larme was among those active in campus organi- zations. Gavin House-First Row: J. Perlmutter, S. Frank, K. Curtis, K. Sheller, N. l-lenningsen, J. l-lampel, D. Rau, K. Larme. Second Row: R. Bauer, C. Gauger, N. Huckstead, G. l-lolt, K. l-laselow, M. Friauf, C. Crook, N. Geidel, L. Lousier, C. Vater, S. Kissinger, A. Morimoto. Third Row: C. Tetik, K. Rapp, D. l-lanny, L. McDaniels, J. Vaughn, B. Moungey, S. Aanes, K. Schact, A. Weiss, J. O'Neil, M. l-lappe, M. Runkel, J. Bensemann, N. Lemke, J. Schroeder. Goldberg l-louse-First Row: J. McCarthy, M. Schafer, B. Ruzic, K. Rawlings, K. Allen, S. Stinger, C. Britton, S. Mosher. Second Row: P. Borchert, D. Kirmse, A. Livingston, J. Roamer, S. lwert, J. Glasgow, M. Trost, M. Vancura, J. Peters, C. Barker, V. Cairo. Third Row: M. Cowles, P. Koller, F. Erlanclson, S. Schmidt, G. Taylor, N. Roembke, D. Sparr, M. Derivan, G. Fitzpatrick, K. Gordon, M. Pfister. Goldberg Goldberg l-louse's varied activities were co-ordinated with those of the entire Slichter l-lall during the year. Floor chairmen were Nancy Roembke and Catherine Caine, they were responsible lor planning Goldberg's butlet suppers and listening parties. Goldberg was also the home of Wisconsinis "Miss Wool," Jean Boomer, as well as Ll-lA representative Gail Fitzpatrick, Luedke Luedke l-louse had the usual bullet dinners and listening parties but the high point ol the year came the week belore Christmas. The girls had their traditional Angel and Sinners week, climaxed by a lestive holiday party. Outstanding members included Betty Walker, hall vice-president, Gail Dawson, social chairman, and Jean l-lartman, executive secretary ol LI-IA. Floor chairmen were Carol Barker and llona Mattson. Luedke House-First Row: S. Ewert, B. Tilly, K. Johnson, M. Lehrer, S. GiFFord, S. Gasche, D. Gervais. Second Row: K. Cecchini, l. Mattson, B. Brown, B. Williams, M. Sadowski, P. Field, C. Blom, L. Grotsky, V. Pollack, L. Zand, N. Brown. Third Row: C. Poehling, M. Weiss, M. French, C. Lindberg, M. Mitchell, J. Oberts, M. Robson, C. Barker, L. Tarzy, J. Thompson, C. Tripp, R. Polley. Bashford l-louse-First Row: Z. Fritsche, A. Feucht, W. l-larlan, D. Krause, D. Kedrowski, R. Elwood, R. Schwartz, l-l. Garwood, W. Mauthe, D. Bangert, E. Kunesh, T. Peter, F. Theus, G. Aaron. Second Row: E. l-lilbert, E. Robinson, D. Nolden, l-l. Raeter, S. Jasperson, D. Marker, J. Zerwick, D. Baron, J. Gigliotti, G. Calvert, W. Greenberg, R. Plitz, L. Zermuehlen, R. Zibell. Third Row: R. Kleinfeldt, S. l-lanke, M. l-lanneman, C. Carlson, M. Rennert, D. Dumke, R. Bell, G. l-loltschmidt, T. l-lurst, L. Jeske, R. Traxel, M. l-luFF, J. Krzewina. Bashford The men ol Bashlord l-louse kept busy socially with house parties, buffet dinners, and their annual Spring Hawaiian party. Christmas time brought a caroling party with the girls' units into the spotlight. lrv Kunesh and Don Bangert represented Bashlord in lootball, while Tom Peters was on the Ll-IA Board ol Directors. l-louse oFlicers were Robert Schwartz, president, Dean Krause, vice-president and social chairman, Steve Jasperson, secretary-treasurer, l-larry Garwood, houselellow. Botki n Placing second in Badger Qlympics, the athletic men ol Botkin l-louse enjoyed a successlul year. Their annual St. Patricks Day Football game and party rounded oll the social season. Ken Montgomery and Jerry O'Donnell represented Botkin on the Football team and James l-larvey was the Ll-IA member. 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'I' ld.. I-, , +5 A ,fue f I 8 ,Q 1 T! 3 ff: 'png . W, , .4 5 , . 1222, ,5 , 4 , 1 YW f 2 ,fe ' ' ' ,W ' TT ' ' M45 QE, 5? i g- s YQ 1 'ap X, 4, 1 ' , , I t ' ' X! x V: . Q K B I 1 f P f ai' 1' Q 7 , x NW - 4. ,..- ,L A,..A ' em 4 ..,, ., - ff , azfmfmwyaf 1 5 galmv-'ffevfrfw iw , ,K- -A E V QQ - 4 . 9 A ,J J .,. ,. 5 M.-v.1.,.:i ,V A V . ,. I V. ,Z " " ,arg -. " ,. ' V- A' A " ' ., Ugg? ' i ff 'ff f f ' .4 35-i-P ,nw -f P .3 Q Q51 Mm QQ '- 1 - QQ , Q .4 iff Q - 1 E -QM.. J, 5322915 ,,' ,fp N -rn V-'wifi 2--1 'z f MQ QK gm ln! O 7- , J fl -mm 7 The co-eds ol Ann Emery l'lall began their T960-6'l A season with their annual Qpen l-louse. Later in the semester was Parents, Weekend Where new freshmen in- troduced their parents to the parents ol juniors and seniors, who were busy renevving old acquaintances. December lound the girls planning their Christmas Party which included the band ol Laird Marshall. ln the spring, the co-eds held their Swingout, their annual way ot saying Fare-vvell to their graduating seniors. Besides taking part in dormitory activities, there were individuals who made their mark in campus organizations. Amy Cardon was a member of the Cardinal Board while Carolyn Spoeneman lent her spirit to the talented cheer- leaders. Costumes For the Beeleaters banquet were aided by the imagination ol Bonnie Compton while Pat l'lovey vvas a Badger Beauty. Ann lfmery's otlicers were Sheila Terman, president, Carmen Dutly, vice-president and social chairman, Jill Weaver, secretory, Margo Mokrejs, Treasurer, Mary l-lammes, Co-ed Congress representative, and Mrs. Ethel A E Thomas, house-mother. Ann Emery l-lall-First Row: M. l-lerscher, M. Wilson, J. Minahan, E. Wittmack, M. Palmer, M. l-lammes, A. Cardon, C. DuFly, Mrs. E. Thomas, S. Terman, J. Arteberry, M. Mokrejs, S. Crawford, J. Weaver, S. DeWitt, S. Fogelson. Second Row: W. Lipkind, L. Schram, S. Nieclerman, D. Moran, K. l-lemphill, V. Graves, C. l-leim, K. Kakavas, G. Vosmek, S. Ohde, V. l-laynes, M. Schreiber, E. Lipinslcy, J. Thompson, S. l-lutchens, J. Wells, M. Nevvmau, P. Michael. Third Row: M. Richards, T. Fratti, D. O'Connell, J. Lubitz, P. Seevers, J. Strauss, S. Schram, L. Langman, M. Klein, J. Osmunclson, S. Sappentield, C. Whalen, Cu. Brown, C. Shear, R. Marone, L. Robinson, A. LeBauer, J. Connell, S. Antman, A. Theodore. Fourth Row: C. lhrig, P. l-lovey, J. Keating, C. Cuolz, J. Klug, S. l-lughes, S. Stoyke, K. Walling, J. Marks, L. The-ide, J. Veatch, B. Werth, J. Geng- ler, l-l. Pfeililer, A. Groth, V. Balestreri, N. LaChapelle, P. Nickel, A. Abendroth, B. Compton, L. l-larker, J. Bohri. Fifth Row: K. Soles, K. Brennan, J. Coleman, S. Dine, L. Parisi, A. Malsin, G. Luedtke, M. Noble, B. Nielson, P. Deutsch, C. Gritlin, L. Kees, M. Larson, S. Cross, C. Spoeneman, F. Roberts, M. Greene, J. Long, S. Bartsch. 358 Carroll Hall-First Row: F. Newman, C. Forman, J. l-lorn, J. Grawoig, S. Lichtenstein, A. Mendelson, P. Rapp, S. Allschwang, M. Gorodess E. Bernstein, M. Zilber, D. Silverman, Mrs. L. Hanson, N. Ladwig, S. Goodman, J. Brodkin, A. Anderman, B. Freed, J. Levinson, L. Gray, K. Glick L. Glasser, P. Erlich. Second Row: l-l. Solomon, F. Taustein, D. Nusbaum, E. Abrams, G. Gersh, S. Aronson, M. l-lerman, L. Wolff, S. Kray, l-l lssacson, J. Cohen, R. Pollack, C. Silverman, C. Kurlansky, S. Schwartz, K. Cole, A. Levinson, M. Fell, D. Gelman, J. Glasspeigel, A. Rabinovitz D. Cohen, S. Martin. Third Row: C. Salzman, L. l-lantover, M. Wolf, l. Chabner, S. Cohn, G. Lerman, L. Sang, N. Sherman, B. Glicken, S. Braun- schweiger, J. Orner, W. Weiss, R. Folichman, F. Grossman, M. Binder, L. Robinson, S. Katz, W. Stein, J. Ray, G. Golden, B. Levin, S. Albert, N. Freschl, G. Jacobs. Fourth Row: J. Weinstein, J. Grodin, K. Liberman, S. Victor, l. Lifschultz, B. Lesser, L. Kweit, S. l-lirsch, S. Lang, M. Schatfer S. Mullins, S. Janovsky, B. l-lillman, S. Altman, M. Lazar, L. Vick, J. Omans, R. Zizmor, S. Liber, R. Goldberg, K. Kohner, E. Katz, J. Lapine,J Movsh, J. Stern, S. l-ludson, N. Phillips, B. Cohen. Fifth Row: E. Greenwald, J. Sackin, J. Kattleman, B. Siegel, K. Mann, S. Goody, D. Fagman R. Kahn, S. Klein, E. l-limmeliarb, P. Kahn, C. Liebovich, N. Nathan, B. Wolf, T. Lustig, L. Simon, J. Bennett, M. Seidel, A. Zelen, R. Coleman S. Adelman, M. Seigle, B. Levinson, l. Glazer. Guided by house president Sylvia Goodman and house- C H mother Mrs. L. l-lanson, the girls of Carroll l-lall enjoyed a a a season Filled with bustling activity. Beginning with their open house, the girls joined to plan lor their Winter Formal at the l-loliday lnn Motel, and their Christmas party For underprivileged children. ln the spring, the Student-Faculty -lea held at Carroll l'lall gave the girls a chance to meet more informally with their instructors. The warm weather also found the girls planning lor their Spring Formal, exchange dinners and pier parties, adding up to a successful social season. Many of the girls participated in WSA activities and on Union committees. Susan Victor and Patricia Reitman were chosen as AWS fashion models to participate in the annual AWS Fashion show. Otlicers ol the dormitory included Norma Kahn, vice- president, Ann Anderman, secretary, Phoebe Fabracant, treasurer, Judy Brodken and Bonnie Fried, social chairmen, and Madeline Miller, sgt.-at-arms. 359 I I I Lalce Lawn House-First Row: M. l-leil, M. Mansnerus, D. SoFFer, C. Mathewson, K. Karski, D. Rivlcin, J. Kahn. Second Row: l. Lewis, D. Dinitz R. Goldstein, M. Lewin, G. Levy, S. Siegal, B. Simpson, J. Pagnillo, H. Schultz, C. Cullinen, B. Braitman. Third Row: J. Bell, E. Young, l-l. Kritzler A. Gartinlcle, M. Vernick, M. Pantelione, J. Chernelo, J. Dembrow, L. Wortman, S. Shatter. Fourth Row: P. Gorchotf, K. Roche, D. Tenenbaum M. Stillman, M. Prince, V. Stavenik, W. Reitman, M. Gehl, T. Golden, C. Aaronson, S. Weinstoclc, S. Cuttler. Fifth Row: M. Zier, D. Rappaport S. Stalder, D. Mayer, J. Ellcind, P. Dirks, R. Sauer, M. Taufer, F. Diwald, D. Strauch, P. Peters, L. Stratton, C. Lazar. The girls ol Lake Lawn spread their talents over a wide range ol campus activities. Marlene Buclcbinder was on the NSA committee, while Mary Mansnerus toolc an active part in the Literary committee. Dyann Rivldn served as advertising manager ol The Cardinal. The girls held an open house with uLucl4y Lake Lawn" as their theme. Amidst beer suppers and alter-game open houses, plans were made For the Spring Formal, which was held at the Towne Club this year. After many frustrating yet memorable hours ol rehearsing, the girls ol Lal4e Lawn joined the men ol Phi Sigma Delta in the competition at the annual l-lumorology Show. Llnder the capable leadership ol house president Chris- tina Mathewson, and housemother Mrs. Ellen Smith, the girls enjoyed a varied and exciting season. Clther house otlicers included Karen Karsld, vice-presi- dent, Dottie Sotler, secretary, Mary Mansnerus, treasurer, and Dyann lQivl4in, Judy Kahn, and Kitty Kelly, social chairmen. 360 I I I The ,6O-'6'l school year Found the girls oi Langdon Hall with a busy schedule oF studies, activities, and social life. Aside From their house activities, many ol the girls par- ticipated in WSA and Union committees. Hostessing at alter-game coFFee hours, which Featured local dance combos, was a new and enjoyable experience For the l.aI'1QClOI'l Langdon i-iall gms. Under the direction ol their housemother, Mrs. Florence Wendt, and house president, Pam Hawkins, the girls Filed down the steps Hin an orderly manner," pin curls, cold cream and all, during their routine Fire drills. December Found the girls planning their annual Christ- mas party, which this year included the lull length Film, Hlhe Caine Mutiny Court Martial." ln the Spring, the underclassmen bid the seniors Farewell at the traditional graduate banquet. The house activities were directed by house president, Pamela Hawkins, vice-president, Sue Van Horn, secretary, Jane Strout, treasurer, Jane Hollingsworth and social chairman, Lynn Kerwein. Langdon Hall-First Row: E. Bay, M. Woods, M. Powers, M. Osen, K. Mickan, B. Gardner, J. Landmeier, C. Longyear, S. Long, C. D'Almaine P. Hawkins, Mrs. Wendt, S. Van Horn, J. Hollingsworth, L. Kernwein, J. Strouf, F. Boyce, A. Ashley, A. Mellon, G. Watson, C. Bouwman, V. Segal, S. Ogden, D. Dunn, V. Barrett, G. Scheclc. Second Row: C. Hartridge, G. Behrens, S. Clark, R. Reincke, S. Rodes, P. Tilg, K. Jenson, S. Ruby, J. Marcello, G. Gerlach, B. McDonald, S. Evans, N. Zillman, J. Rosenbaum, P. Tarrant, H. Wrolstad, J. Spellmire, S. Root, P. Eisele, K. Lehman, J. Eldred, B. Schoenhofen, S. Loer, M. McOuestion, L. Hughes, J. JoliFFe, L. Roll, S. Card. Third Row: K. McGaan, S. Fisher, E. Wilder, S. Schuller, J. Drover, M. Martins, M. Borosage, G. Harrison, N. McGuinness, B. Olson, J. Rubens, F. Newman, L. Gall, G. Turnquist, C. Garrison, B. Janzer, S. Slocum, S. Briese, C. Engen, C. Hookanson, C. Strong, J. Hills, K. Breinig, S. Ensminger, K. Meert, B. Van Housen, S. Danton. Fourth Row: S. Burr, J. Dormer, J. Field, J. Walter, S. Ingram, J. Olson, S. Boice, L. Kopecky, J. Ruby, N. Yost, J. D'Ambrosio, J. Bridgman, M. Calamaras, S. Canaday, N. Stout, K. Paulson, K. Mary, K. Clark, S. Johnson, M. Wells, M. Flaherty, M. Mercer, P. Carison, K. Mills, S. Hegerich, J. Wright, L. Marshall, B. Marshall, S. Frank, G. Gund. Fifth Row: S. Pitt, N. Fredrickson, P. Pollard, P. Phelps, E. Steele, S. Stewart, l. Bennett, J. Mottl, J. Barberie, S. Cullison, J. Steiner, J. Fiedelman, P. Powrie, P. Green, S. Mathews, M. Moll, M. Schmeuzer B. Currie, A. Davies, E. Pell, P. Russell, S. Hopkins, D. Walker, B. Hack, C. Ekar, S. Sloan. Sixth Row: J. Anderson, B. Hendrickson, C. Mattison, J. Gates, L. Birk, C. Ekstrom, B. Schulz, M. Reniver, M. Borosage, K. Beach, B. Frank, J. Niemeyer, B. Liedtlce, E. Warne, H. Harrah, B. Hale, R. Jackson, J. Schneider, G. Gans, N. Hirsch, B. Lamson, J. Bacon. F 361 Lincoln Lodge Lincoln Lodge began the 1960-6'l season by electing Anita Murray as their house president. Under the super- vision of Anita and their housemother, Mrs. Verna Ander- son, the Lincoln Lodge girls planned beer suppers, alter- game cotlee hours, and a Spring Formal. Qctober saw the residents at a l-lallovveen party and a hayride which both they and their dates agreed was a huge success. Taking part in AWS and WSA activities was another Field in which many ol the girls participated. Pam l-leitz vvas on the l-lomecoming Publicity committee, While Sue Scarnecchia devoted much ol her time to the Wisconsin Student Association. The annual Campus Chest drive was another ol Lincoln Lodge's interests, as the girls made their contribution to the campus goal. Gllicers assisting Anita Murray were vice-president, Anita Schoessling, treasurer, Priscilla Wahl, social chair- men, Judy Anderson and Ellen Qlsen. Lincoln Lodge-First Row: M. Fisher, N, Jablovv, E. Blanlcfort, P. Wahl, J. Marlowe, R. Dobbs, S. Meierfeld, M. Lesser, R. Machlin. Second Row: P. l-leitz, C. Wrisley, J. Anderson, S. Foote, B. Johnson, S. Scarnecchia, L. Tuchel, V. Rukstales, K. Lungdren. Third Row: A. Murray, R. Resnelc, Z. Saitzberg, B. Lifron, S. Berke, J. Nechrony, S. Lave, K. Prenslcy, D. Schmutzler, J. l-lalsman. 362 Tower View-First Row: J. Brodkin, M. Grant, l-l. Cohn, A. Simon, S. Kleinman, S. Spinner, N. Rosenthal, N. Buxbaum, l-l. Maziar, R. Friedland J. Spiegel, A. Mayers, S. Tobis, P. Parlcs. Second Row: P. Caplan, E. Scholnict, S. Saks, J. Dobris, J. Levine, J. Baginslcy, D. Daitchman, S. Funlc S. Chazin, V. Schwartz, L. Cohn, S. Shilfman, L. Shaw, P. Press, T. Azine, M. Katcher, D. Franklin. Third Row: J. Guralnick, E. Baer, C. Glasser lg. Cglsher, Solcolotl, S. Elinson, J. Smith, B. Smith, A. Adler, L. Wasserberg, C. Silverman, S. Goldberg, S. Shakin, L. Levy, J. Kronick, A. Kaplan . ott ie . The Tower View girls began a busy season with their annual lall open house, which proved to be a huge success. Under the leadership of their new housemother, Mrs. Erica Swanson, and their president, Nan Buxbaum, they enjoyed a year Filled with activity and excitement. Decorations for Homecoming and various holidays lent a lestive air to the living room, while dining room enter- tainment was furnished throughout the year by the talented residents. The girls enjoyed planning lor their Football game open houses and the annual winter Formal, held this year at the Lorraine l-lotel. l-lelping the numerous new Freshmen with their problems were Rachel Friedland and Vicl4i Schwartz, both mem- bers ol the recently formed Resident Aid program. Gther otlicers contributing to Tower View's successful year were, Janet Spiegel, vice-president, Joan Baginslcy, treasurer, Nola Rosenthal, secretary, and Linda Shaw, social chairman. 363 Villa Maria-First Row: S. Koehn, N. Mintz, K. Rosenberg, J. Schmidt, M. Silbermann, B. Greenspon, Mrs. E. McCann, N. Kaminer, R. Sklar, S. Lerman, S. Putterman, S. Rubel, S. Berg, M. Adelman, R. Cohen. Second Row: J. Marks, S. Blumenfeld, S. Weiner, L. Anton, L. Grossman, J. Giese, M. Goldberg, A. Klein, L. Derickson, l. Shapiro, S. Schwartz, J. l-lorwitz, M. Siegal, M. Cronin, S. Morris, J. Samorajski. Third Row: M. Edelman, L. Convisor, D. Zeff, J. Lewin, M. Bergman, R. Cohen, C. Lipman, K. Japlon, J. Shafer, J. Greene, J. Karan, B. Adler, R. l-lindin, J. Marks, S. Rosen, S. l-ladden, N. Stone. Fourth Row: C. Alesi, J. White, S. Lipschutz, M. Grossman, R. Branovan, J. Zubatsky, K. Schubert C. Congdon, J. Fox, P. Goodman, B. Grossman, B. Cammins, M. Sicula, S. l'lull, C. Lipman, W. Rubinstein. Fifth Row: B. Polacheck, S. Koehn, J. Shark, J. Goldman, B. Maier, M. Robin, C. Potter, B. l-lulbert, L. Epstein, M. Milan, M. Krause, G. Gil, P. Bernick. The girls of Villa Maria spentanother active and success- I ful year participating in Union activities, AWS functions and football game open houses. Under the guidance of house president Nancy Kaminer, and house mother Mrs. Eleanor McCann, the girls planned exchange dinners, beer suppers, and open houses. Homecoming found the girls of Villa joined with the men of Beta Theta Pi busily working on a Homecoming display, while the Christmas spirit was met by a lovely Winter Formal held at the dormitory and Villa Mariaxs own traveling carolers. During the warmer months, the girls were seen making plans for both the Spring formal and Campus Carnival. Aside from house activities, the girls were active on the various AWS, WSA, and Union committees, where they found new and enlightening experiences. Cfficers of the house included vice-president, Beryl Greenspomsecretary, Marge Silbermanmtreasurer, Marilyn Sicula and social chairmen, Nancy Goodman and Bar- bara Sherman. 364 Victoria House-First Row: M. Steiner, C. Brill, S. Luster, J. Orenstein, N. Boehm, S. Cremer, N. Meyers, Mrs. B. Wexler, S. Berstein, E. Zeiler, A. Marshall, M. Kassmit, N. Krugman, M. l-lorowitz. Second Row: C. Friedman, R. l-larris, l-l. Feis, L. Silberman, C. Rubenstein, L. Chudnow, D. Stoller, J. Shabot, N. Ruben, l-l. Newman, J. Berger, D. Levinson, L. Bialiclc, R. Schuster, L. lsrotf, J. Wolf, M. Chudacoif. Third Row: M. Levin, E. Lowenthal, N. Blacklow, J. Spivack, B. Epstein, E. Reis, B. Miner, L. Littenberg, C. Salverson, D. Jacobs, B. Robey, J. Silverson, B. Sachnohc, J. Watt. Victoria House An open house with a 'IQQG Limelight theme began the year for the girls of Victoria House. It was a busy year with beer suppers, exchange dinners, and a winter party which included square dancing, called 'Al-lay Boy-l-lay Girl." The girls participated in WSA and Union com- mittees and l-lillel. Otiicers For the year included Susan Berstein, president, lfliy Zeller, vice-president, Nancy Meyers, secretary, Stephanie Cremer, treasurer. Anderson House- Tabard Inn The women of Anderson l-louse maintained a busy year with open houses, cotfee hours after football games, exchange dinners and the Christmas Formal. The residents of Tabard lnn, a co-operative housing unit, found much success in their l-lomecoming Alum Tea. Otticers included Mona Baars, president, lrene Boerschinger, vice-president, Patricia Miclcel, secretary, Rose Christottersen, treasurer, Mary Kreuzer, social chairman. Anderson House-First Row: L. Jindra, R. Reich, J. Weix, K. Schaefer, Mrs. G. Lord, Z. Dolan, M. Baars, l. Boerschinger, P. Mickel, R. Christoiter- sen. Second Row: L. Drew, S. Powers, K. Brunner, J. Niedfeldt, A. Kurz, C. Wallace, J. Gulcynski, M. Kreuzer, J. Melcher. Third Row: U. Nielsen, K. Wilke, L. Kortlcamp, S. Ramsey, N. Walsten, A. Gerth, A. Steckelberg, M. Olconek. nn: l i v.1-I1 " ff'-aff" 'ff'-'yf' ' -. f 15,1 E I' ,sash 3 -gl 'fn , . . ,A if 5.4 fy-' 7: 20 " 151211, i 1 .3 , QW 1 .,--P AIX: half' r -1.-u:h i., .,. ,.,,..,:, ri 5,4 -I R . 3343 P - - " f sf ai W' R A' , lc . 353. X ,N Ng " - -f f. p-TM - . ff "ZF fi' A W1 'wx-wg ' ,?!gfg::5.v- ,f,i,7Ww. .1 M fly uv- 35 L' ,f 'a v Ll' ' A 61 ,A . A-f f' 3 Lx. -fr? -- , V 'W f :ff A, .55 ,1 fi-, - Q , if 51.11 ,gg flu ,wg - ' -1 fl M- '5 . 4 . , ,gr 53 z" 1., A' ' U rs' ' ' 3 1 1? ,Y 1 fijxfi' F ' ' K , v . z "Y ,Q I-gf ' D ' Q V. Q M Y . " ' ff-993 ' ' AW! N . A .2--pw ., , ' .F " Langdon Manor-First Row: M. l-lammerel, G. CoFFin, C. Collins, P. l-laller, S. Phelps, S. Neuvvelt, S. l-lombeurger, L. Day, A. Svveetser, M. lmingen, L. Scarletter. Second Row: J. Porterlield, L. Yeoman, K. Overson, J. Jenlcs, A. Carlisle, M. l-lohenstein, M. Baxadall, B. Herzog, B. Rhein, J. Johnson, K. Ries, B. Dahm. Langdon Manor l-ligh on the list of social Functions for the girls of Langdon Manor were l-lomecoming, a Christmas party and a tobag- ganing party. The girls were l4ept busy Worlqing on their vvellare project, Campus Chest, the AWS Fashion Shovv and WSA committees. Qrlicers indluded Jody Zamis, president, Lindo Scarlett, vice-president, Judy Johnson, secretary, Gay Kotlin, treasurer, and Penny l'laller and Mary Ann Baxandall, who served as social chairmen. Langdon Lodge and Ketterer l-louse-First Row: Doeden, E. Oswald, Ke'r'rerer House Langdon Lodge The girls at Ketterer l-louse were very busy this year with open houses, a Christmas party and the Spring Formal. The girls were active on campus: Kathleen McGinley was University Editor ol the Cardinal and Judy Covvan was on the SLIC sub-committee and vice-chairman of the NSA. Jo Ann Brown was on Student Council and a member ol Sigma Alpha lota While Janet Pettingill vvas in Sigma Epsilon Sigma. Qhficers were Judy Larson, president, and Anne Peterson, who served as secretary-treasurer. Gilmore, C. Card, Mrs. F. Ketterer, Larsen, J. Wiegel, M. Oberli, S. Sime, G. Van Landen. Second Row: M. Caine, J. Brown, J. Ortvvig, J. Stephani, A. Peterson, M. Koepp, J. Pettingill, P. Pesce, A. Nicks. Third Row: M. l-lerrmann, J. Dobratz, D. Levvison, J. Watke, M. Wenzel, M. Van Stratton, C. Vanden l-luevel, S. Gay, J. Walelc, J. Woznak. - 1. 1. ui. iixi ws wx EN A ...- 4"-""""'f:iL 'reg' ,1 if'-'fl .'- N 'i 94.1,-11?--wiazii' " "W ?T"""""'A"""'N M "'W"m"W'W """'W I ',,1.,,y ,Q5.Q9gj1,,f?3,?'5: - . ,-. Q , . ,.55. K A 1 1 -fl 1 U11-' H'2f.ff"!H?g,,,1,,i9..L. .,.. 1.:. X ' A - ' . , V 2 , ' .. - f X "1 4' , ,g,.:Qsgz ,.:42,35, ,1, Ii X' -P K- I W L, -- Awf..1:. VH?A.15,g3,5,mv:iQ,ll. ,Q . .-:::5535k5x-,if ,-:g - , -.pb k X N, 5.3.3, FL' ,I . Y .Ji ,H IGN, .... , W1 - -M g XM.. Q ' . . " ..ff N.- . ,. V ,, . - I-' Q . '. A ' "r -- X , , Q 9:1 H ,, ' Y Fxxig' Q.. . 3' - ' ' ' 2 TU ,mn - A Q . H . ... ,Q ' , 5 ' m aff f K 'Q 2.1 1 'wi . V A ' ' -' if V Sif y 1: A P . , - 'J' P 4 '- ' , 1 " as , -' , .- . ff -qs-ff Wrzfafzfh , x'x?i2iT?.1'M ff ' ' ' '20 ' 52 ' . . ' ' ' ' , rf f I 1 F-W in. . Ik SQ .' , ' ' A 1: H" , f +A- W1 - t X ,nk , fi - we V , , W if -Q 1 - X- I N Lk., .. - 1 5,,w f , M R' 1 . A G , "" , , - -,,. 5 .xv-' -1 - -:-xs:.::. - ,-f..g::s:1:' - x -A df 5, 1 - :,.:g.Z.:5, ':j:js::sg:-e:- 1 , " X Q km! ' Sf , , , ,cf I . . 11:55-,-f,. ' - .,., . 3 " ' - ,, ..., 1 ,- , ,. " .,., Q. - f A ' .A , r X4 ' "lizzie ' A' V if f Jfzlil . . ,w ' ' ' .. X ' ..., , 4.4 "' i. 5 M il' "15'fI50h ,f --3Fzf 'f' ,asm - gk um H M - f x 4 '1 A ' 3 P ' X9 Q X -f - 5 ,, Q Q lr? . ,- X K K Y' s .. S ' - .. X J 'K s X N -, Si N X wx Q 5.- N2 N 1 -T X K s - - W I. .C Q gt., ., ., -A.. kg, 4 NX X . gg. Vis -ff' A X x X 'fi x .. ik x Nb K - , A f bw N Shepherd Hall-First Row: K. Kronish, C. Levensohn, J. Lando, S. l-laines, C. Delbaum, J. Arl4y. Second Row: S. Stoker, P. Friedman, C. Duke, P. Steinman, B. Munson, D. Drucker, C. Singer, l-l. Schachter, G. Sprick. Third Row: B. Morse, M. Binder, P. Schriber, P. l-loiiman, V. Balkanslqy, Mrs. Perdue, B. Weiner, F. Lehman, S. Vgoretz, D. Adler, J. Perlman, A. Siegal, S. Sweed. Fourth Row: J. Fllegant, B. Zitlin, B. l-lammhs, L. Abra- ham, S. Saclc, S. Lazar, A. Weintraub, S. Blanlcstein, S. Krohn, P. Fisher, K. l-lanlon, B. Godow, S. Brooks, S. Ashe. Shepard Social Chairmen l-larriet Schachter and Penny Schriber were most responsible for Shepard's Fast-moving social schedule. Open houses and beer suppers were scattered throughout the year, but the high point was the Spring Formal held at the Towne Club and entitled, K'Sparl4ling Burgundyf' The Daily Cardinal boasted Vivian Ballfanslcy as society editor and Alice Siegel as News and Features editor. 0Fiicers were Sue S:1doH, president, Pat Fisher, man- ager, Arlene Weintraub, treasurer, Linda Qlsen, secretary. Willison Willison l-louse was led during the past year by Presi- dent Sally Poenz. She was assisted by a house council made up oi Bonnie Edelman, Charlotte Anton, Patricia Pinlr, and Virginia Streuli. Socially, the house enjoyed a Christmas party and cele- brated homecoming with a house decoration. Many of the girls of Willison were active in student government and professional sororities. Judy Richards served as president and Nancy Graneywas a member oi Blue Shield, the organized 4-I-l group on campus. Willison l-louse-First Row: A. Finn, G. Giese, D. Ruhland, E. Finley. Second Row: P. Pink, B. Edelman, Mrs. E. Wine, S. Poenz, C. Anton, V. Streuli. Third Row: S. Lindsay, S. Finley, J. Nelson, K. Latimer, L. Staifen, N. Caraney. Fourth Row: S. Ort-Puls, J. Richards, J. Lehmann, A. Siple. .-5 vp 'Er NP' 9' A, , , A , -, rbfllw 2- . 4 -13 x. b ,. fm ' 9 Qflf' ' ' x ff --1 --' ' f X 3523 fx '2'1i'S11 " ' X 1. ,S -K . ' qs -.L Q N gs . .Q .- jx . L. -kw,4YL: x , - M ., S ix , ,N X. X 'MNT:f"f.Qf.QL.L.',fif.. X Y Emil.: U Z k f gxjgmgfr' . k B ., , M .v..lL'? ' . L .A ' . 432:17 W' 9 q 1 xfi ' ,' is ' - -. ,- vfv- .I:,f . K - 2:52251 ...- ' . ' M' ':.1.E',..if,f'12Q,,I': 5,35 L N -:ff ii f - 4 "'1 X if vi-,n"Vu, ' -, " V K igfvfifg-51 5,.5Y'i:E'I:"5'f': ,gf-x fig' X 3 , I N N 1 X jyivw 1 X -. 3 , Q ,. . if . :H '-11115: gr, '1':jf11-5-215: f A .iq ' - ff ' A - ., 4 "1 fy j.1:f.: Q1: , " f Jr- ' " .f?Q" '33f:f1E"' ' 'Mir ,, iv I . Wi 6 537: 9' .5 , a A 923 . M 6 f 4 , k 1 9 ua 4. . of V r wifi QV 5 fm' is Q x, .72 -xr S5 4 ff' y r ,W I , I I -5 L f ff ,A. " , . 2 " 'fm -' 1' j"2ZE5g. 5' ,V . Rf ...afwf I fi . 1 O xx .-,,, , gswwx .,3y,,,-ff - Nibilw. f ' 4 4 4 ,Wy "N 24',I.'.4, vi? wf V 1 ,fr . if zwgzf if? .- 2. .. , ,,,, Hy 1 i It meant Working and winning for a group . . . The Greeks. . .the Langdon Street Students. . what does it mean to be a Greek. . . what does the system have to otler. . .scholastic emphasis, interest in campus activities, social opportunities. . . all a part oi the programs carried on by the campus chapters. . .it began with rush. . . regulated by Pan-l-lel and lli. . .Saturday morning Work sessions. . .study hall. . .meetings. . . activities. . .speaker programs. . . l-lelp Week. . .charity Work. . .helping hand relationships between pledge mothers and daughters, fathers and sons. . .l-lumorology. . . Working and Winning For a group as well as For yourself. . . What does it mean to be a Greek . . . i l l ,.-..i g Saturday morning work sessions. .J . 'W , . I -,.. A .' ,fi 1 fd! 4 fl . '- Q il ' --tariff Iam- -24" 'em 1 ' LP' E? "-sw - " li" A .- ." - ""' 373 Sorority and fraternity pins meant a common tie. . .and friends. . .learning to live together . . . but more . . . learning to appreciate anotl1er's viewpoint . . . vvorl4ing togetlwer for a common goal. . .'IQ:3O sessions . . . competition vvitliin tlwe system to better tlie system. . .vvorldng togetlwer to build good relations vvitli non-Greeks . . .pride in a group. . .long-lasting lriendslwips. . .serving to lurtlier tlwe Universityls purpose and strengtlnen tlwe principles ol tl'ie Greek system. . . Pride in a group. . . 374 Working together For o common goal ,,.f Long-lasting Friendships . . . i 375 The social lite meant Fun and enjoyment. . . Being part of tl'ie system also meant good times and parties. . . tbeme parties. . .pajama parties, oriental parties, beat parties, island parties. . . tlwe inevitable beer suppers. . .Pan-l-lel Ball . . protits to sclwolarslfmip Funds and Fun For all . . . ldeal Girls . . . tlwe most Ideal, Pan-l-lel's Foreign student. . .informal parties. . slumber parties . . . tlwe traditions of lwoliday and spring lormals . . . slwaring good times The inevitable bee, Slippers with otliers at Clwristmas time . . . Forgetting tlie bool4s for awliile . . . tlwe social life meant lun and enjoyment, a necessary part ol college lite . . . 376 1 A fr fm 1 1 1 1 'In ,g ,,.2r-5-33, 5 I hx xr f - :oi L ggsanaw ,LL oan Bradley, Pan-I-lel president. Pan-Hel Council Each member of the 'l5 campus sororities is also a member of the Panhellenic Association. Two girls from each chapter serve as representatives to the Pan-l-lel Council, here, problems are discussed and the votes of each house are considered. The Council is divided into committees: workshop, scholarship, public relations, service, and judicial. These committees direct the various projects, including the regu- lation of rush, workshops to bring chapter officers together for discussion, the spring scholarship banquet, the Easter Lily sale, and the blood drive. The group also sponsors a foreign student each year. During the year, several special projects were handled by the Council. A rush study committee was set up to review various rushing systems and to evaluate their relative merits in connection with the Wisconsin panhellenic system and for use on this campus, the group also sponsored a drive to obtain magazines for the Mendota hospital. Qfficers were Joan Bradley, president, Sally Wagner, first vice-president, Georgia Dennis, second vice-president Cgeneral rush chairmanU, Judy lhielmann, corresponding secretary, Cherie Toll, recording secretary, and Marie Garness, treasurer. Pan-Hel Council-First Row: K. Walthers, j. Dornfeld, S. Safer, M. Olen, S. McDougall, l-l. Stein. Second Row: C. Stevens, K. Miclcleson, gl. Thielmann,"J. Bradley,S.Wagner,C. Toll, B. Gordon, L. Richards, C. Betla. Third Row: K. Kraft, L. Reuter, P. Sims, J. Kaftan, R. Kamin, M. Bradford, L. Larson, S. Wechter, T. Steiner, A. Garloclc, K. Ederstrom, E. Cline. 378 Alpha Chi Omega-First Row: C. lmig, S. l-lelbling, Raimer, C. Caldvvell, B. Packer, M. Garness, K. Savage, J. Bates, J. Paul, K. Christiansen, L. Casciaro, S. Lowell, T. Forsberg, K. Falz. Second Row: R. Tanner, l-l. Stoelihaus, L. Stumbo, M. Wyatt, D. Scherer, C. Bates, C. Calabresa, C. Letendre, J. Gill, C, Forsberg, L. Brooks, M. Mokrejs, S. Frank. Third Row: J. Glisch, T. Bunyan, S. Fisher, J. Caple, M. Weidenkopf, J. Avery, P. O'Keefe, P. Biegert, L. Gaarder, K. Ederstrom, M. Wimberly, M. Andrews, M. Kirkpatrick, M. Foertsch, S. Thompson, P. Shervey. Fourth: G. Grimsrud, V. Grenholm, E. Montquire, A. Babiarz, K. Lehman, J. Anderson, S. Parnell, J. D'Ambrosio, A. Fortin, M. Russell, L. Lemberg, J. Dehlike, S. lngram, D. Savidusky, J. Gregory, J. Bowman, P. Chamberlain, J. Marks. Fifth Row: S. Purtell, D. Borst, S. Shock, J. Dickman, N. Brusset,J Minar, M. Walsh, G. Kalseim, K. Calkins, G. Kneppreth, P. Burkes, M. Wright, B. Del Vaux, J. Foster, B. lsabella. Alpha Chi Omega 'l5Q Langdon was 'the scene ol muchilactivity and many good times for the Alpha Chi Qmegas during the school year. Plans For Yell Like l-lell vvith the DLl's and Campus Carnival with the Theta Chi's materialized here, as vvell as l-lumorology practices vvith the men ol Pi Lam. Qther events on the yearis calendar included the Christmas formal, held NOW listen Cl0SelY- A A at the Continental, and the spring Algae Island party at the East Side Businessmenis Club. The A Chi Us vvere also active in all-campus organi- zations. Marcia Kirkpatrick served as the secretary olWSA, While Carol Calahresa devoted her time to Cardinal Board. Carol Caldwell and Kitty Ederstrom were active in AWS programs. Marie Garness served as Pan-l-lel treasurer while Loretta Casciaro vvas among the candidates for Little International Queen. Marie Garness served as Alpha Chi Gmega president, with Carol Caldvvell, First vice-president, Kay Savage, second vice-president, Barlo l-laas, treasurer, Judy Paul, secretary, Marcia Weidenkopf, rush chairman, Kathy Falz, house president, Barh Packer, social chairman, and Kitty lfderstrom and MariedGarness, Pan-l'lel representatives. u., bv' Alpha Epsilon Phi-First Row: A. Pastor, B. Ticko, C. Kreeger, P. Bedwinek, B. Baer, S. Wechter, . Friedman, Mrs. Peck S. Steinbe . ' v E. Backer, L. Banov, H. Stein, B. Kraff. Second Row: S. Weiner, M. Garon, L. Novak, S. Lichtenstefn, R. Cohen, C. Lipmah, B. Pachtdrigllllbl Ksdllsvl C. Brest, F. Taustein, M. Kassmir, M. Horowitz, S. Elinson, B. Sachnoff, J. Lewin, S. Lang, J. Marks, J. Weinstein, J. Marlowe, C.,Salzman, S, Putterman. Third Row: J. Shoen, H. Simensky, B. Polacheck, B. Freed, K. Cole, N. Freschl, J. Horn, l. Chabner, S. Cohen, A. Adler, B. Grossman N. Opper, A. Shlensky, S. Gordon, H. Bernstein, B. Kramer, L. Wolfe. Fourth Row: B. Cohen, A. Yelen, C. Liebovich, M. Grant, S. Dine, B. Moskol, M. Herman, L. Hantover, E. Lapinsky, L. Gamson, M. Fell, C. Miller, N. Hirsch, L. Langman, S. Schram, J. Songsky, N. Phillips, L. Glasser. I Alpha Epsilon Phi lapping a very successful year for the girls of Alpha Epsilon Phi was their triumph in Humorology. Joining with Beta Theta Phi in "Soled Gut," the combination Walt itll W5 finished' captured the over-all Humorology trophy, in addition to l choreography and tieing for the humor and set awards. Members found time for many other activities during the year. The sorority entered Yell Like Hell with the AEPis and the entire chapter also participated in a special retreat weekend. Highlighting second semester activities was Parents' Weekend, which included the spring formal at the Holiday lnn. Campus activities also claimed the hours of many ofthe AEPhis. Renee Cohen served as a cheerleader for Wis- consin during the football season. Directing the activities of the Alpha Epsilon Phis during the year was president Arlene Silver. Assisting her were Rochelle Schaffer, vice-president, Barbara Moskol, sec- retary, Mona Garon, treasurer, Harriet Sinesky, house president, Bonnie Freed, social chairman, Marsha Schaefer, rush chairman. 1.n AT 2.4r. A busy year For the Alpha Gams included Yell Like l-lell with the Theta Delts, l-lumorology with the men ol Alpha Epsilon Pi, and a variety of other social events. Bill l'lansen vvas chosen as the Alpha Gam Ideal Man at the Christmas formal and the girls enjoyed a spring formal held at the Embers. Alpha Gam pledges were kept busy making costumes For l-larestoot, shoveling the Delt sidewalks with teaspoons as a result of the Campus Chest auction, and entertaining the actives at a St. Patrickis Day party. Found in campus activities were Mary lvicAndrews, costume director For l-laresloot, Leilani Mather, arrang- ments chairman For the IAWS convention, Nancy Spierling, Campus Chest publicity chairman, Barbara Duvve, general chairman ol the Model UN conference, and Nancy Viall, secretary ol the UN conlerence. 0FFicers for the year included Anne Forrester, president, Audrey l-lilliker, First vice-president, Barbara Duwe, second vice-president, Karen Charlson, corresponding secretary: Nancy Viall, recording secretary, Marie Glesner, treasurer, Jean Edgecumbe, house president, Marty Q'Conner, social chairman- and Cheri Toll and Roseann Kamin, Pan- Hel representatives Alpha Gams practice their caroling. Alpha Gamma Delta Alpha Gamma Delta-First Row: C. D'almaine, C. Toll, A. Yates, M. Glesner, B. Duvve, S. Tomasek, A. Forrester, L. Mather, M. Lighter, K. Charlson, A. l-liltiker, A. Kowitz, M. O'Conner, N. Viall. Second Row: M. Blotcky, C. Alesi, E. Roberts, B. Rejahl, M. Smith, S. Jorgensen, J. Grant, L. Lippold, S. Sullivan, J. Sydanmaa, M. McAndrews, S. Cronin, T. Funk. Third Row: M. Welsch, J. Verthein, A. Evenson, C. l-lousfeld, T. Kriisa, Schultz, M. l-lerscher, T. O'Day, J. Waln, J. Dixon, J. Tel2onde, N. Klann, M. Eastman, K. Paulson. Fourth Row: P. Tilg, E. Niemann, D. O'Connell, N. Spierling, N. Fredrickson, S. Foote, J. Gibson, L. Germuga, K. Salvesen, M. Harper, N. Ahrens, P. Blanchar, J. Nelson, C. Simp- son, L. Liclclider. Fifth Row: J. Grant, B. Pucel, J. Schwei, E. Pacetti, S. Babe, B. Samuelson, R. Kamin, J. Swiden, S. Stone, L. Thiede, L. Brunsting, J. Paddock, K. Carroll, R. Dondineau, B. Rearick, K. Christensen. K 5 Jw-5 'ff-A -ff'Q?s.:fLQ9 7-1 Q4 J Beginning the activity year with a bang, the Alpha Phis captured the All Campus Women's Trophy in lournamentgot Song. lndividual members also added to the honors. Carmen Mather served as chairman ol the IAWS convention, While Gretchen Beclqer was District IV senator and WSA lnter- national Relations chairman. Judy Dornleld vvorl4ed as Pan-l-lel Summer Rush chairman, while Betty Ruby vvas a member of the Senior Council. Acting as executive secretary for the Big len lF-Pan-l-lel Convention was Nancy Nevvlin, vvhile Leslie Flint and Marty Fluecl4 served as assistant WSA secretaries. Cinny Bassett worked on the YGQP Executive Board. The Alpha Phis enjoyed a variety ol social events, in- cluding the Winter formal, where they selected the "Alpha Phi Man," the spring Formal, pledge-active slumber parties, and the annual steal4 and beans scholarship dinner. Betty Ruby directed Alpha Phi activities during the year, with the assistance ol Judy Leach and Mary Ellen Monroe, vice-presidents, Ginny Babb, recording secretory, Gertie l-lorman, corresponding secretary, Nancy Nevvlin, treasurer, Ir's easier than moving the dressers. Marilyn Fitch, rush chairman, and Bev Vaughn, social chairman. Alpha Phi Alpha Phi-First Row: C. Mather, N. Stein, J, Pandolti, C. Bassett, V. Babb, Mrs. Link, B. Ruby, M. Monroe, C. l-lull, A. Kautz, S. Fant. Second Row: J. Leach, N. Morrison, M. Murray, S, Koehn, S. Koehn, B. Vaughn, B. Rynders, K. Knode, C. Weiss, G. Crownhart, K. Johnson, M. Mitchell, N. Lee, M. Fitch, S..l-lerrmann. Third Row: M. Smith, K. O'Meara, B. Pohle, S. Rassmussen, P. Baldwin, C. Anderson, S. Beyer, L. Flint, M. Krug, S. Dunning, R. Mathieu, S. Fnsminger, S. McDougal, N. Newlin, S. Dessloch. Fourth Row: M. Amacher, C. Timmers, J. Emery, J. McBain, L. Elliot, M. Simpson, C. Lindberg, J. Beverly, C. Schneider, M. Brandt, M. Stolper, S. Brott, K. Rudat, S. Putzer, S. Tollcmith. Fifth Row: S. Sheridan, L. King, K. Kummerlein, S. McBecith, Cu. Becker, M. Stabb, M. Boyes, J. Lawson, N. I-layden, K. Lolcken, S. Franzen, A. Baker. 382 Chi Omega-First Row: L. Estes, A. Westerman, G. Bruestle, S. Lins, E. Bierman, C. Benkert, Mrs. W. Grimmer, Feher, Jones, L. Reuter, P. Sims, V. Cert, L. Hutchinson. Second Row: j. Bowly, M. Ferguson, P. Hartig, M. Thompson, B. Schneider, M. Martins, P. Dillett, K. Gallati, K. -lackobs, C. Estrem, S. Chapin, S. Pankow, M. Kerr, N. Brown. Third Row: R. Benkert, N. Schomann, S. Heckl, C. Stark, L. Carnesale, D. Moran, B. Olsen, L. Goll, K. Hemphill, B. Simpson, M. Gruber, M. Call, D. Lasch, K. Timm, S. Shanks. Fourth Row: G. Gilbert, M. Dirks, K. Kuelthau, G. Holm, E. Winch, L. Pulver, K. Steivang, j. Erichsen, C. Rinche, M. Millard, B. Hack, L. Christenson, N. Devere, D. Carr. Fifth Row: K. Hol- dampi, J. Bures, J. Parke, C. Knoblaugh, A. Curry, J. Anderson, K. Flugstad, P. Peters, S. Hudson, M. Combs, M. Kannenberg, ,l. Matthews, K. Leveque, E. Brandt. Chi Cmega 'lTuning up" lor rush. The girls oi Chi Qmega participated in numerous social events and service projects this past year. ln the iall, they held a tea to introduce their new housemother, Mrs. W. Grimmer, to the other housemothers on campus. The girls also pitched in to take second place in sorority homecoming displays. They entered Campus Carnival with the Evans Scholars and opened their doors to moms and dads lor a successful parents' weekend. The winter lormal at the Edgewater and the spring lormal at the Embers highlighted the social calendar. The girls collected clothes and other small articles at Christmas lor Mendota State Hospital and they sold candy to initiate their Foster child program. Lynnette Estes, besides serving as prisident, was chosen as a Badger Beauty, and as Chi Qmegals Pan-hel Ideal Girl. She was also chairman oiWSA Promotions committee. Ann Curry was co-chairman oi Persian Market and Carolyn Estrem was active in the AWS fashion shows. Dorothy Carr was AWS treasurer and Mary Lee Gruber was editor of the summer Cardinal. Other ollicers are: Carolyn Estrem, Vice-president, Kathryn lackobs, Secretary, and Marilyn Kerr, Treasurer. i l l i A i i . i W, . . Delta Delta Delta-First Row: S. Cullison, C. Davie, B. Sylvester, J. Knutson, N. Larson, E. Drake, K. Watson, P. Wahl, W. Jones, B. Sundene N. Bachelor, J, Spellmire, C. Zuppan. Second Row: K. Knerr, S. James, M. Robinson, M. Farrell, M. l-lamel, M. Geyer, M. Stiller, J. Theilmann S. Richardson, M. Dempsey, D. Knerr, B. l-lanson, F. Schwarte, N. Droebe. Third Row: A. Schoessling, P. Burns, B. Templeton, V. Vauk, M. Emi rich, R. Lawson, J. l-look, K. James, S. Johnson, J. Christman, B. Barlow, A. Lindsey, M. Todd, C. Falk. Fourth Row: M. Schrage, K. l-lolderby P. Freitag, K. l-lempe, S. Stanton, M. Lowe, G. Segal, L. Larson, N. McLean, B. Reeke, G. Huebner, K. lsaksen, K. Beach, B. Westphal, P. Vande- mark, K. Bennet. Fifth Row: L. Cory, B. Werth, C. Longyear, C. l-lelmus, S. White, J. Van Dyke, B. Youngdahl, K. Coleman, B. Boecher, P. Green J. Elclred, M. l-lapke, l-l. Tolverson, M. Watts, C. Boller. Sixth Row: S. Larson, C. Erikson, N. Glover, J. l-lolloway, A. Woodward, P. Peterson J. Jones, J. Aspinwall, S. Richardson, J. l-loebel, M. Branson, R. l-larrington, A. DeCarlo, L. Engleman, L. Wittich. Delta Delta Delta This year the Tri Delts topped the sorority scholarship ratings and also Found time lor many other activities. Chapter functions included a Christmas and Spring formal, a Pansy Breakfast and a breakfast and style show honoring senior engaged women. The pledges sponsored a variety show at the Qregon School for Girls and joined the actives For a slumber party and Founders' Day activities. The Tri Delts teamed with the SABS For l-lomecoming and l-lumorology. Active on campus were Mary Carmen Lynn who was 'general chairman ol the Symposium and Joy l'look who served as Campus Chestgeneral chairman,AWS vice-presi- dent and lfuthenics President. Lori Larson was president of Pan-l-lel second semester and Judy Theilmann was Pan- l-lel's corresponding secretary. Carla l-lelmus was publicity chairman of l-lumorology, secretary of Coranto and on a SLIC committee. Marnie Schrage was a Student Senator. Gene Schunk and Lois Engelman were on Mortar Board and Joy l-look and Karen lsaksen were in Crucible. Qtlicers were Kay Watson, president, Gene Schunk, vice-president, Winnie Jones, recording secretary, Kathy Knerr, corresponding secretary, Jan Knutson, treasurer, Andy Woodward, house president, Joy Aspinvvall and Ellen Drake, rush chairmen. Mmm. . .good. 1 I Alpha Xi Delta-First Row: J. Geishirt, S. VanWilligan, J. Mitchell, M. Christmann, K. LoCourt, M. Marr, Mrs. M. Clorn, C. Kosloslci, N. Watts J. l-lertwig, C. l-laynes, M. Bell, M. Sy, L. Richards, Ll. Reinlce, D. Colby, Second Row: S. Clark, B. Compton, l-l. Schranlc, K. Varnum, L. Rowe A. Groves, J. Gruber, J. Vodiclca, J. Krueger, A. l-lerman, S. Eppler, E. Williams, J. O'Brien, Third Row: J. l-lovey, l. Wasberg, J. O'Neill P. Mueller, S. Tuhus, F. Newlcirk, K. Fleury S. Miller, B. Buening, C. l-lartridge, K. Cleven, A. Vidar, P. Tool4e, M. l-loFlmann, Cu. Knox, S. l-lencler son. Fourth Row: S. Stoiber, S. l-lartford, J. Friede, B. l-luerkamp, J. Dobratz, J. Zuelsdorf, J. Gossart, J. Trigg, N. Seymour, G. Korseberg,J Borup, Schurch, J. Jolliffe, P. Michael, S. Morris, S. Smith, K. Brocade. Fifth Row: S. Rumney, J. Marvin, J. Birren, S. Tacke, E. Wegner, G Carper, M. Lewis, M. l-lahn, M. Goers, N. Swanson, K. Knoche, E. Paetow, G. l-lanson, B. Mayer, P. Stone, J. Smith, D. Milford. Alpha Xi Delta Alpha Xi Deltas found time during the year for a chap- ter program Filled with scholastic, social and extra- curricular octivity. lndividually, Carol Adamson served as l-loofer president while Chris l-laynes was co-chairman of Campus Carnival, Bobbie l-luerkamp worlced as the l-laresfoot executive secretary and Karen Knoche directed an IAWS Convention committee. Plans for the lF-Pan- l'lel Big Ten Convention claimed the time of Carol Kos- lowslti and Chris l-laynes. Topping the social calendar was the Flapper Party, featuring the Saints of Dixieland. The holiday season found the Alpha Xis selecting Dave Smith as the Alpha Xi 'il-le" at the Christmas formal and also entertaining children of the alum group. The spring formal, with dinner at the Continental, and also Campus Carnival with the Delts, added to a busy year. ln addition, the girls enter- tained alum members at the sorority's State Day in April. i Chris l"laynes served as Alpha Xi president. Other officers included Marilyn Christmann, vice-president, Mary l-lahn, secretary, Karen Knoche, treasurer, Bobbie Kuer- l4amp, social chairman, Nancy Watts, rush chairman, Ann Rausell, house president. T Sing along with the Alpha Xi's. Delta Gamma-First Row: J. Beckenbaugh, J. Burkhart, G. Bohnen, R. Tosti, K. Abbott, S. Williams, Mrs. C. Heezen, M. Berg. M. Lathers, B- Clark, K. Walthers, J. Bell, S. Styles, L. Geary. Second Row: D. Smith, C. Gale, C. Spurgeon, K. Hansen, J. Minahan, A. Cardon, S. Cameron, J. Leith, L. Matthews, W. Weiss, S. Godfrey, A. Truckenbrod, B. Teasley, P. Hendricks, P. Bevington, G. Col'lin. Third Row: F. Hunter, C. Froker, C. Conner, M. Ruf, J. Olsen, L. Walther, M. Turney, B. McDonald, M. Parlee, M. Davenport, D. Everett, J. Huenich, S. Catlee, S. Nanini. Fourth Row: K. Froker, M. Larson, M. Pierson, E. Harris, B. Bitzer, N. Rector, L. Turmo, F. Hollingsworth, A. Karvonen, P. McKinney, J. Wandrey, P. Craig, J. Sutton. Fifth Row: M. McCord, J. Anderson, P. Carlson, S. Rodes, E. Eaton, C. Bradley, K. Lunde, J. Beyer, J. Niemeyer, P. Young, J. Schulz, L. Blake, D. Makosky, C. Moriarity, S. Putnam. Delta Gamma The Delta Gammas had a Full agenda this year including social, charitable and campus activities. The national project this year was a party for the blind children of Madison and also reading to a blind student on campus. Music Gppfeclmlon the DG WOY' The DG's worked on Humorology with Chi Psi's as a major part ol their social activities. lncluded also were such. things as the Winter and Spring lormals. Per usual another DG Man was elected at the Winter Formal. Beer suppers and tobogganing parties also crowded the schedule. The DG's were very active on campus this year. Girls who participated actively were Judy Beckenbaugh and Pat Bevington who both were on the Badger Board. Amy Car- don was a member ol the Cardinal Board. Pam Hendricks was vice-president of the seniorclass and Margaret Morgan was a Badger Beauty. Mary Ellen Lathers was publicity chairman For Humorology. The girls were also very busy with Union committees. 0Flicers this year included Kaye Abbott, president, Karen Walthers, house president, Judy Bell, vice-president, Karen Hansen, executive secretary, Fran Hollingsworth, corresponding secretary, Jane Schulz, treasurer. ,.w Scholastically this year the DZ pledges vvon a trophy For the highest grade point average among the other pledge classes. The chapter also found time For philanthropic activities with aid to the hard oF hearing and sponsorship oi a patient at Carville l-lospital in Louisiana. Social activities vvere also on the agenda including Homecoming with Alpha Chi Rho, in which First place was Won For over-all campus displays,Campus Carnival vvith Sigma Phi Fpsilon, the Christmas Formal, Roinsetta Prom- enade, and the Spring Formal, called the Rose Formal. On campus the Delta Zeta's vvere Well represented. Judy Moore and Ram Gruehn vvere both memloers of Sigma Alpha lota, Ann Garloclc and Laurelyn Schellin vvere in Phi Kappa Phi, Sue Gregg, Lois Jepsen and Joan Artherry were in Alpha -Fau Delta, Laurelyn Schellin was also ci Mortar Board member and IAWS representative. Carol Buschick was in charge of Dolphins Worlcshop. CFlicers this year were Jill Mokreis, president, Ann Garlock, house president, Carol Buschiclc, First vice- president, Judy Moore, second vice-president, Judy Reigle, recording secretary, Judy Roland, corresponding secretary and treasurer. The Delta Zeta King Delta Zeta Delta Zeta-First Row: M. Kraslc, L. Schellin, B. Morris, C. Buschiclc Mrs. Spenser, J. Molcreis J Moore J Roland J Reigle Second Row M. Reinitz, A. Garloclc, P. Gruehn, J. Brandt, J. Winetzki, M. Neprud, L. Fisher, S. l-leighway, B Luedtlce J Plambeclc Third Row B Bishop P. Fulka, J. Arteberry, K. Damitz, R. Holden, M. Bradford, M. Lockney, J. Warren, F. Roberts, B. DeWeerd Fourth Row C Owen J Koenig S. Gregg, S. Stoylce, K. Guzzettci, L. Jepsen, S. Fredericksen, K. Tipple, B. Kester, J. Miller, C. Ewald lt was a busy year for the Gamma Phis. The year started otl with beer suppers and a score ol social activities. The girls were in Yell Like l'lell with the Kappa Sig's, l'lumor- ology with the ZBl"s, Campus Carnival with the AlO,s. The Christmas formal and the Spring formal were moments to be remembered. The Faster party For the Alums and the l-lousemother's 'lea introducing the new l-lousemother were also wonderful times. The girls were also very active on campus. Suzanne l-lolly and Karen lhorsen were Badger Beauties. Jeanette Johnson, Nancy Nesbit, Marilyn Saiberlich and Judy Oakland were all in Phi Kappa Phi. Betsy Feles was president ol the Dolphins. Ellen Cline was Pan-l-lel treas- urer and Suzanne l'lolly was AWS Fashion Show chairman. Jo lsberg was president ol Alpha Tau Delta and Sue Norman was Oltice Statl chairman oi AWS. Judy Oakland was chairman ol the Union News Bureau and Kathy Han- sen was co-chairman ol the Freshman Leadership Training Program. Oilicers were Kathy l-lansen, president, Barbara Miller, house president, Mary SteFlen, vice-president, Carol Lux, recording secretary, Cindy lhrig, corresponding secretary, Natalie Lloyd-Jones, treasurer, Judy Robinson, social chairman. Get the thumb out of the way! Gamma Phi Beta Gamma Phi Beta-First Row: L. Knutson, J. lsberg, P. Katzemeier, M. l-lebal, L. Beyer, A. McEwen, Mrs. l-lollenbeck, J. Olsen, B. Feles, J. John- son N. Nesbit, C. Millet, S. Norman, C. Tiegs, J. Oakland, K. Fish. Second Row: D. Dushek, J. Wilhelme, C. Jautz, P. Seevers, K. Lue, S. Johnson, B. Kaska, J. Radl, J. Robinson, B. Schomann, E. Owens, A. Raddant, J. Conklin, C. Schneck, S. Terwilliger. Third Row: T. Turner, M. Verstegen, J. Brandenberg, M. Wells, S. Gloppen, J. Doherty, J. Donalcl, S. l-lutchens. C. Navro, T. Gunderson, N. Grosshandler, A. Clark, C. Lux, K. Schull, K. l-lowe, J. Wesson, M. Sedgwick, S. l-lolly, S. Reynolds, C. Kapplinger. Fourth Row: A. Davies,-B., Miller, T. Johnson, A. Dean, J. Kuyken, J. Wienke, C. lhrig, P. McVitty, D. Powers, S. Unger, A. Groth, M. Schull, B. Ppber, K. Thorsen, J. Rowan, R. Winny, M. Kaan, M. Weeks, C. Perry, S. McBeath. Fifth Row: J. Wright, K . l-lanson, K. Cline, P. Grossman, M. Birks,'N. Brown, J. Wells, S. Edwards, A. Paulson, P. Larson, K. Wagner, N. Lloyd-Jones, P. Bernick, P. Murtleldt, A. Perry, P. l-leitz, S. Lennon, J. Mottl, C. Whelan, M. Steffen. 388 in F' it ' lf lt was a Full and lun-packed year For the Thetas. The girls put on skits at the Oregon School For Girls. The year was a lull one socially with Humorology with the Phi Gams in their uDaze ol Hospitalityn, the 'lharm Partyll beer supper with the SAEs, the "Lauderdale" beach party with the Chi Phis and the Winter Formal at which time a Snowman was crowned. Activities on campus this year were well participated in by the Thetas. Pat McCarthy vvas president ot AWS. Miss Madison vvas Ann Borland, who was also a Director ot Humorology. Georgia Dennis was General Rush Chair- man. Marcia Glen was Pan-Hel secretary and also presi- dent ol Sigma Epsilon Sigma. Cheerleaders were Carolyn Spoeneman and Judy Knoblock. Sue Farmer was president ol Orchesis. Marcia Olen was also the Little lnternational Queen candidate. The girls were also active on various committees involved with the Union and WSA. The otlicers lor the year were Sue Sheatler, president, Jackie Stevens, vice-president, Pat McCarthy, recording secretary, Ruth Bell, corresponding secretary, Ann Mat- tison, treasurer, Linda lhle, social chairman, Jo Schroeder, house president. The Theta's getting a lesson. Kappa Alpha Theta Kappa Alpha Theta-First Row: P. McCarthy, L. lhle, R. Bell, S. Shreve, A. Borland, E. Gibb, S. Friedman, S. Sheatler, Mrs. R. Gciuchat, J. Stevens S. Polhemus, E. Drew, G. Dennis, J. Schroeder, N. Aclaskavich, J. Baker, A. Mattison, J. Jackson, B. Candel. Second Row: S. Chimis, S. Hinch C. Mattison, S. Farmer, C. Hughes, M. Wittmack, M. Woods, S. Dorer, P. Clarkson, M. Olen, M. Ridley, S. Sappenfield, S. Hopkins, J, Veatch M. Mouchka, B. Morris, J. Miller, P. Wochos. Third Row: J. Steiner, M. Zaeske, G. Teckam, J. Bujan,V. Johannsen, C. Rengel, M.Osmun,S Armstrong, J. Thompson, J. Jacobsen, S. Harris, S. Mulliken, S. Peterson, K. Hauck, S. Saxon, D. Mcliissen, S. Lokuam, P. Ashley. Fourth Row M. Holland, J, Strouf, J. Harker, L. Kernwein,M.Mercer,M. Flaherty, M. Zeh, B. Schnabel, C. Clark, N. LaChapelle, D. Manton, M. Fleweling J. Kelzenberg, C. Spoeneman, J. Walter. Filth Row: J. Bartlett, S. Schuller, E. Taylor, B. Neilson, L. Harker, J. Rakouska, H. Johnson, M. Kough M. Crain, B. Adams, A. Riddleberger. 389 i ' 'Z...'4 . -' ' -3 r +4 ..,. , :M Ti . - ,A -,kW+"'1M.4 The Kappa Deltas vvere very active this year in many phases of college life. The one event they will never forget is the burning of the mortgage on the sorority house. Other memorable events included the Christmas and Spring formals, Humorology with the Alpha Delts, Yell Like Hell with the Theta Chis, and numerous beer suppers throughout the year. The girls also entertained at the Qregon School For Girls and exchange toys they gave at the Children's Hospital. Campus activities vvere also vvell attended to by the KD's. Molly Buckley was editor of the Badger as vvell as a member of Mortar Board. Sue Cech vvas promotion manager of the Badger and the Union Forum Committee, Kathy Schneider was president of Theta Sigma Phi and a member of Mortar Board. Priscilla List was associate editor of the Badger, Humorology chairman, Rush Mechanics chairman and co- chairman of the Big 'lO IF-Ran-Hel Convention. Tanya Kudla was editor of the senior section of the Badger. The ldeal Girl at the Ran-Hel Ball was Rosemary WaeFller. QFTicers were Barbara Ness, president, Mollie Buckley, house president, Sue Cech, vice-president, Tanya Kudla, QIOSSQS-what Closses? recording secretary, Joan Lubitz, corresponding secretary, Judy Gardenier, treasurer. Kappa Delta Kappa Delta-First Row: P. Schumann, E. Steiner, N. Boettcher, P, List, B. Nass, J. Gardenier, Mrs. E. Davies, R. Waetfler, S. Cech, K. Schneider, J. Van der Linden, B. Satter, F. Curtin, B. Hansen. Second Row: K. Anderson, J. Householder, L. Marsh, J. Morton. H. Kramp, J. Barberie, S. Hyne, N. Shurts, M. Buckley, B. Flynn, T. Kudla, M. Perozzi, N. Frost. Third Row: K. Dresser, R. Farrington, E. Steele, L. Sinke, J. Mucken- hirn, M. Ahrens, J. Sousek, D. Homan, J. Kaftan, J. Lubitz, M. Henning, S. Marsh, H. Leohnning, K. Redmond, S. Sloan. Fourth Row: G. Dawson, M. Timm, F. Fugina, B. James, M. Robinson, H. Pearson, B. Henrikson, L. Brumblay, B. Boss, C. Nimz, K. Metzen, B. Ross, L. Calvert, C. Bruns, J. Winter. Filth Row: M. Moll, C. Melchert, E. Utoft, B. Aberg, M. Clemens, B. Marvin, K. Schmidt, B. Kough, M. Walker, M. Deniger, L. Sayre, J. Mautz. 390 Kappa Kappa Gamma-First Row: E. Bay, M. Baird, S. Wagner, M. Koeze, A. Addington, Mrs. Binde, G. Guthrie, L. Niclcles, K. McGinnis, N. Frailing, D. Wagner, M. Powers. Second Row: J. Fields, G. Gerlach, G. Thompson, P. Wiley, R. lngle, J. Ruby, M. Hermann, L. Stiehm, M Wilson, J. Huffman, L. Morton, M. Weinzimmer. Third Row: S. Scnare, M. Smith, P. Rowe, S. Sinn, L. Penner, C. Serlachius, S. Anderson. B Beardsley, M. Buck, E. Mousey, P. Hovey, T. Fratti, P. Rosemurgy, J. Orr, L. Hayward, S. Karpowitz. Fourth Row: L. Edgington, M. Anderson K. Gable, C. Tegtmeyer, B. Mouray, G. Mosely, H. Wagner, S. McDonald, J. Demerath, N. Krell, P. Powrie, J. Pomainville, E. Eisendrcth, G Morris, C. Arneson. Fifth Row: S. Brown, B. Richert, S. Brick, M. Hastings, A. Whitford, M. Richards, J. Tetting, B. Schultz, P. Reybold, G. French K. Braden, B. Behnlce, L. Forsgren, C. Peitier, S. Aanes, J. Smethurst, l. Wallmar. The Kappa Kappa Gammas spent an active year par- ticipating in various chapter and campus projects. Among the more active actives were Pat Reybold and Diane Kohlmetz, T960 Badger Beauties, Robin lngle, chair- man oi Pan-hel Ball, Gail Guthrie, co-chairman of New Student Weelc, Kitty McGinnis, special projects chairman ol WSA, Sally Wagner, vice-president oi Pan-Hel,and Lynn Penner, winner of the T960 homecoming button design contest. Une oi the Kappa's most interesting chapter events was last Falls Dads' Weekend. Fathers traveled irom all parts oi the country to join their daughters lor a weelqend of foot- ball, Fraternity socializing, and general irolic on the Wis- consin campus. Qther social events included Monmouth Duo with the Pi Phis, Humorology with Delts, and Campus Carnival with the Betas. The Kappas also joined the DUis for a service project at a nearby orphanage, and spent many afternoons volunteering their services at the Qpportunities Center here in Madison. Chapter ohficers included Gail Guthrie, president, Ann Addington, vice-president, Kitty McGinnis, social choir- man, Lynn Niclcles, house chairman, Sharon Brill, rush chairman. , Kappa Kappa Gamma The Kappa's relax. 5 l 9 . 2 I 1 Pi Beta Phi-First Row: S. Van l-lorn, P. Potter, K. Wachter, J. Bradley, J. Schwartz, K. l-lost, C. Ferry, M. Schwalbach, l. Ludescher, M. Leveroos, S. Murphy, N. Christensen, S. Raemisch, E. Miller, M. Kiddle, C. Platz, C. Long, K. Murray. Second Row: J. Brandley, B. Gunn, C. Chidester, L. GriFFen, J. Morse, K. Eckstrom, B. Klee, J. Mahoney, G. Fitzpartick, C. Stevens, JAKnaak, B. Bardeen, M. Webster, S. Lipshultz, B. Brandeau, E. Averill, S. Sedgewick, S. Trewartha, L. Wiesenthal, N. Yost, S. Pitt. Third Row: . Lawton, K. Simonsen, S. l-loebreckx, N. l-limsel, J. Bridge- man, K. Shanahan, J. Sligh, A. l-laberman, J. Hollingsworth, R. Rappaport, J. Beck, M. Bordsage, M. Lippolt, J. Shelby, C. Nechroney, V. Vetter, N. Natwick, M. Estes, L. Spear. Fourth Row: W. Roth, S. Skinner, S. Randolph, S. Gerland, C. Schilz, J. Schuler, A. Bergeman, A. Kujath, C. Greer, B. Marx, E. Beasley, K. Jensen, M. Turner, K. Kasten, C. Condon, G. McCullough, L. Schelker. Fifth Row: V. DuBracq, D. Morey, S. Larsen, P. Phelps, B. Wallace, P. Pollard, B. Biddle, L. VanVleet, M. Calamoras. Pi Beta Phi The Pi Phi's practice groupism. Pi Beta Phi was atop participant in both social and cam- pus activities this year. Charity also took its well-deserved place on the calendar when the chapter gave a Valentines Day party lor under-privileged children. ln social activities Pi Phi won lirst place with the Chi Phils in Yell Like l-lell. They also had the able assistance ol the Evans Scholars. Activities also included Monmouth Duo with the Kappas, l'lumorology with the Chi Phils and Cam- pus Carnival with Delta Llpsilon. The Pi Phi's were well represented on campus this year. Joan Bradley was Pan-l-lel President. lnge Ludescher, Pan- l'lel student From Austria, was a guest ol the house. Margo Calamaras was secretary ol AWS and Nancy Natwick and Carolyn Stevens were both on the Exec Board. Nancy Natwick was also a member ol Crucible and Carolyn Stevens was on Cardinal Board. Carol Nechroney was president ol Sigma Epsilon Sigma and Betsy Miller was general chairman of l'lumorology. Qtlicers were Pat Leveroos, president, Sally Murphy, house president, Sandy Raemisch, recording secretary, Mary Ellen Kiddle, corresponding secretary, Jill Knaak, treasurer, Lynn Van Vleet, rush chairman. . Sigma Delta Tau-First Row: S. l-larris, B. Reyner, J. Orner, B. Gordon, S. l-lersh, M. Tasky, D. Epstein, Mrs. l-lessler, E. Bricker, P. Levin, N. Rubenstein, B. Jacobson, S. Lewis, L. Lieiier, B. Elrod. Second Row: L. Grossman, S. Braver, L. Miller, V. Gold, Kantrowitz, B. Baratz, S. Good- man, M. Ovson, A. Levinson, E. Levy, B. Jacobs, S. Luster, J. Grodin, G. Markel, R. l-larris. Third Row: M. Kutash, M. Gorcdess, D.Cohen, C. Silverman, F. Rogoti, S. Kray, D. Zett, L. Alberts, S. Safer, C. Silverman, M. Siegle, S. Gerson, B. Sher, J. Sternberg, J. Friedlander, C. Blum, L. Cohen. Fourth Row: C. Foreman, D. Nusbaum, S. Shapiro, E. Arne, J. Sackin, B. Kahn, l-l. Maizier, B. Pollack, R. Zizmor, S. Kleiman, S. Apel- man, P. Rosenthal, S. Weiss, S. Funk. Fifth Row: J. Baginski, l. Lewis, B. Hillman, M. Lazar, S. Klein, S. Leiber, S. Altman, S. Spinner, A. Ander- mann, N. Buxbaum, L. Cohen. The members ol Sigma Delta Tau celebrated this year the founding of Alpha Nu, a chapter of the SDTS, which was established on April W, 1958. Since most of the charter members were graduated this June, an extensive program was planned which included the return ol most oi the founders along with several national otiicers. Through the chapter's foster child program the pledge classes con- tinued to support two foster children in Europe. philan- thropic iund raising was also carried out. Rush and cotiee hours lightened the school year along with a winter and spring pledge formal, a senior banquet, and participation with the Theta Chi's in l'lumorology. Joan Friedlander, Ellen Levy, and Bobbie Baratz were initiated into Sigma Epsilon Sigma, Madeline Taslcy was appointed rush coun- selor chairman, and Betty Gordon was executive secretary oi Campus Chest. Qiticers were Dava Lee Epstein, president, Elaine Briclqer and Madeline Tasl4y, vice-presidents, Joclcie Qrner and Barbara Jacobson, secretaries, Sharon Lewis, treasurer, Nancy Rubinstein, social chairman, Janice Margoles, his- torian, and Phyllis Levin, house president. Sigma Delta Tau l-lousemeeting's over. I.F. Council--First Row: J. Erickson, F. Alyea, J. Stowe, T. Eckerle, J. Nafziger, K. Krause, C. Dixon, C. Manke. Second Row: S. Starosta, J. l-lolly, J. Smith, S. Durchlag, T. Anstield, W. l-lellerman, D. McNeil, l. Talbot, J. l-licks, Dean T. Zillman, Asst. Dean J. Patrick, P. Fetzer. Third Row: T. Swan, D. Seborg, P. Winkel, K. Look, D. Brown, A. Eisenberg, G. Schnable, J. Schick, VV. Wilson, P. Lange, R. Kalter, S. Cole, M. Stef- fen. Fourth Row: L. Greene, S. Shoenberg, D. Kleist, l-l. Waller, J. Openorth, G. Scott, D. Fellman, B. Lindsay, M. Semmelhack, M. Wheeler, F. Schadt, Rensch, J. Waelti, T. l-lackenberg, D. I-Till, T. l-layes. Fifth Row: G. Stahl, F. Friess, B. Cohen, S. Buchberger, F. Benecker, P. Mork, D. Asmus, S. Johnson, T. Anderson, D. Shaetter, C. Andringa, M. Spector, J. Jetteries, R. Fridholm, N. Norris, T. Burgess. Interfraternity Council Most institutions of higher learning are now placing their emphasis on "educating the whole man,i' meaning the preparation ol a student for lite in all its aspects. This is the role played by the fraternity system at Wisconsin. The programs instituted and practiced this past year all served this end. The IF Association was under the capable leadership ol Doug lVlacNeil, with AI Cole, vice-president, l. Talbot, secretary, and Bill l'lellerman, Treasurer. A Junior lnter- iraternity Council was established lor pledges to bring men in direct contact with the system and to develop leadership qualities. A Model Pledge Training Program was drawn up, the rush system was improved, Den Speakers program introduced, and the Newsgreek revised. Together with Pan-l-lel, they participated in l'lumorology with the profits going to charity, scholarships, and the symposium. They also backed the all campus blood-drive, and other welfare projects. What does Fraternity actually mean to them? It is a home away From home, a self-governing unit where one develops a sense of responsibility, and learns the lesson of subordinating self and seltish desires For the good of others. Doug McNeil, I-F President Acacia is not a Masonic fraternity, but it has many Masonic ties in its heritage. One ot these is the annual spring formal with the Egyptian theme, HNight on the lNlile,H which is traditional to Acacia chapters on all campuses, and which was a great success this year. ' Also successful, and much enjoyed by everyone, was the Christmas party, given tor the handicapped children of the Madison Qrthopedic school. At this party they showed cartoons to the children, and Santa Claus brought gifts tor each ot them. The football team had a rough but even season, winning three and losing three games. The l-lomecoming exhibit included a giant can ot beer, designed to help the Badgers HQut-Rarty Them in '6O." Qtticers For this year were president, Fred Alyea, vice- president, Roger Kosalq secretary, Robert Kartschoke, treasurer, Stanley Schwantes, social chairman, Charles Roberts. Acacia goes back 40 years. Acacia Acacia-First Row: W. Schultz, R. Kartschoke, R. Bloedorn, T. Anderson, K. Schwartz, J. Stacie. Second Row: S Schwantes J Kosalos F Alyea R. Dick, R. l-lenderson, R. Rutherford. Third Row: R. Kosalc, J. Manteufel, P. Wiclcesberg, C. Roberts, J. Hansen G Erickson The fraternity's annual "Cairo" party, the highlight of the Chapter social season, was a huge success. lt was topped only by the Chapter victory, For the second con- secutive year, in the Homecoming Decorations contest. ln '59 they were victorious behind the "Illini-eating" Beetle. This year the Chapter sailed to victory on the l'Good Ship Buclcyn as it navigated its way through the treacherous "iNlorthvvestern Passage." The Alpha Chi's lilcevvise have their share ol campus leaders. Brother Jim Dvoralc vvas student commander of all AFRCTC, Brother Tom Ray is a member ol the Union Directorate, Campus party Platform Chairman, and Crafts Committee Chairman, Brothers Furchtenicht and Schuth were general managers oi several Union Music Committee presentations, Brother Jerry Schnabel, active in ll:Congress, was seated on the all-important Langdon Street Re- development Committee and the King Christian Committee, ond Brother Wayne Peterson is Vice President of the Spanish Club. The Alpha Chi Rho Chapter was led during this past year by Robert -lrepa, president, James Schiclc, vice- president,Gerald Schnabel, ritual otiicer, Charles Bovine, chaplain, Tom Ray, secretary, Michael Rue, treasurer, and David Kidd, master-at-arms. And it was up 48 hours. Alpha Chi Rho Alpha Chi Rho-First Row: M. Rue, C. Bovino, J. Schick, C. Schuth, Cu. Schnable, E. Adams, M. Mueller. Second Row: W. Lengacher, E. Frion, P. Schaffer, R. Szymanski, E. Rankin, W. Peterson, T. Ray. Third Row: R. Char, J. Loeble, R. Trepa, R. Weber, L. Gurnsey, R. Everette, J. Dvorak, J. Wie gus. 396 Alpha Chi Sigma, situated on Lake Street, had another successful year in its hybrid role as both a professional and a social Fraternity. The men olAlpha Chi are chemistry or chemical engineering majors, but they put dovvn their test tubes long enough to enjoy quite a lull social calendar and other activities, There were many beer suppers throughout the year along with theme parties including an Qld West Gambling party and a Beatnik party. When the spring weather .rolled along the men sponsored a picnic and capped their year with a spring Formal at the Embers. Professionally, the men had their annual butlet dinner with members ol the Chemistry and Chem Engineering Faculty. Many men were active in professional chemistry groups and Helmut Unger served on the Cardinal statli The chapter's activities were directed by ollicers Dan Howard, president, Dave Horn, vice-president, Bruce lVlcDonald, secretary, and Tom Reil, treasurer. An afternoon at Devil's Lake. Alpha Chi Sigma Alpha Chi Sigma-First Row: W. Hickman, R. Dexheimer, S. Gruenwald, T. Tischer, A. Fry, W. Llnderkoller, R. Baltisberger Haberman T Reif, F. Mackie. Second Row: P. Ceehanovich, E. Salzseider, E. Valyocsik, W. Harper, P. Ozarski, J. Stautlacher, D. Horn, T. Becker B McDonald R. Matcha. Third Row: J. Grohuslcy, R. Hansen, D. Strupp, L. Weinbrenner, W. Erskine, R. Christensen, R. Snellgrove, J. Allis D Beimborn D Dau, G. Dovvns, F. Oonk. The Alpha Delts began the second year in their new house with one of the most successful rushes in the chapter's history-and with this goes well-earned praise to rushing chairmen John Wright and Chuck Daellenbach. A year marked with beer suppers and informal parties also saw increased literary emphasis within the chapter, under literary co-chairmen Bob Despres and Fred Gerlach, a writing contest was initiated in addition to the regular literary programs featuring members of the University community and prominent alumni. Alpha Delt stage talent was put to the test when they combined with the KD's to try their luck in l'lumorology. Further representing Alpha Delta Phi in campus activities T were Charles Colitre, chosen to head the l-F Investigations 1 Committee, and Frank Turner, who ran lor Cardinal Board i i ' on the Campus ticket. On the sports scene, Neil Payne I captained a fencing team that included Alpha Delts John Wright, Charles Ringrose, Allan Ten Broek, Bob Thomas and Jim l-lengel. Bob Burke, Doug Knudson, Bill Mclntyre, Doug l-laag, Dennis Betzhold and Bruce Menzel vvere crew team members, while Ross Gettrust helped the football team, and Gary Sprindis and John l'loosan the baseball team. Ollicers For the year were: Gary Olin, president,Kurth Krause, vice-president, Allan Ten Broek, secretary, Gary The weather was perfect. AI h D ph. Mayhew, treasurer. p a e a i Alpha Delta Phi-First Row: B. l-lallam, D. l-laack, R. Despres, A. Ten Broek, Z. Owl, G. Olin, Mrs. E. Sullivan, K. Krause, G. Mayhew, F. Ger- Iach, R. Feldman, N. Payne. Second Row: P. Jolivette, R. Gettrust, C. Dopke, B. Beren, P. Colloton, W. Niebuhr, J. I-lengel, B. Menzel, C. Matos, G. Donner, D. l-leidmann, T. Olson. Third Row: C. Colitre, W. Willard, J. Berendsen, C. Courtney, D. Krivan, J. Olson, N. Christoferson, T. Turner, D. Hollander, K. Schaaf, G. Meseth, F. Turner. Fourth Row: T. Neta, G. Arnold, J. Cuerndt, J. Wright, J. Roth, T. Ramsey, T. Reuss, C. Ringrose, D. Knudson, J. Lecher, L. Feiereisen, R. Jurack. Fifth Row: S. Starosta, W. Mclntyre, D. l-laag, D. Martiny, R. Thomas, D. Lecher, J. Kotter, B. Burke, C. Daellenbach, J. McClutchey, R. Bartz, T. Davies. 398 The Alpha Epsilon Pi Fraternity house was transformed into a palatial court this spring at the biennial Emperors Waltz party. The vvig-clad men paraded down Langdon Street with their dates to their house, here they enjoyed a ball similar to those held in Europe centuries ago. The calendar also Featured many beer suppers, with the fraternity playing host to many sororities. They Filled their weekends with theme parties ranging from the hills of Dogpatch in the Lil' Abner party to the shores ol the Carribbean with the Calypso party. Each semester was highlighted with a Formal dance, the spring formal featuring an all-day outing at a Badgerland resort. The men ol AERi were also active in Humorology with the Alpha Gams and they worked with VVSA in the area of charity vvorlc. individually, Tom Anstield was active on all parts ol the campus, specifically on lF's Advisory Board. Arnold Levy was a prominent leader in the Badger Party While Sanford and Alfred Altschul were active in Hillel. Officers were AI Altschul, master, Harold Ruttenberg, lt. master, Neil Hotlman, scribe, Alfred Lipton, treasurer, Larry Garber, sentinel. Pledge-type fun at AEPi. Alpha Epsilon Pi Alpha Epsilon Pi--First Row: H. Schiller, H. Ruttenberg, T. Ansfield, E. Spiritus, E. Cohen, D. Fairman, Mrs. Geittmann, S. Lett, D. Carlin, J. Moelis A. Altschul, S. Rosenwasser, B. Barnett. Second Row: M. Felix, R. Smith, D. Pearson, R. Galin, D. Rolnick, S. Altschul, G. Grossberg, L. Ellison M. Reiter, W. Schvvartzman, J. Friedlander, A. Kaplan, T. Rubenstein, M. Smoler, M. Matras. Third Row: N. Sheer, A. Locketz, A. Kushner, M Portnoff, D. Simon, A. Lipton, A. Goldberg, M. Belkowitz, D. Berman, A. Lapidus, S. Schneider, D. Tenser, R. Morris, H. Weissman, M. Samuels M. Feldman, N. Harris, A. Samson. Fourth Row: F. Feinberg, N. Hoffman, C. Miller, R. Feldman, M. Void, S. Shapiro, P. Mendelson, D. Cash P. Ravid, E. Etfron, R. Freeman, P. Marcus, S. Taube, M. Jordan, L. Garber, A. Goodstein, A. Schwartz, C. Spector, R. Bohm. Fifth Row: S. Langer A. Krammer, A. Miller, S. Gillman, L. Holman, M. Winderbaum, M. Telpner, J. Siegel, A. Feldman, A. Levy, B. Kaufman, T. Netzky, B. Shapiro H. Bellin, A. Wernike, D. Wattenberg, M. Smuckler, R. Otten. 399 I f YW " " i' " ' A R 1 iw 5 A S53 ""!"- Alpha Gamma Rho First Row C Steuart R Kalter R Luening K l-lock J. Waelti, G. l-lonold, O. Demo, J. Gutenberger, D. Mafislce. Second Row J Wallender A Massie A Koeplce R Schuler J King L Manhart,R. Stauflacher, R. Mayer, D. Verhulst,J. Gruenwald,T. Wehymiller. Third Row R Maurer L Wagner Frietag Nl Clish K Kolaclci A Peterson, D. Bindl, E. Nelson, N. Rinehart, J. Neel, A. l-lintzman. The residents ol the house atop Summit l-lill were repre- sented in a variety ol campus activities this year. Guy l-lonold served as president of Alpha Zeta, treasurer ol Ag Student Council, and chairman ol Mid-Winter Ball. Bob Kalter was elected IF vice-president. Grant l-lartman presided over meetings ol the Babcoclc Dairy Science Club, While Ken l-locl4 perlormed the same function for the Badger Crop and Soils Club. John Waelti was secretary ol Saddle and Sirloin and Ralph Mayer was secretary of Alpha Zeta, vvhile Nate Rinehart and Roger Natzlqe served on livestoclc judging teams. Bill Waterstreet was vice-president ol ASAE, while Freshman basketball occupied the spare time ol John Freitag. Guy l-lonold was elected to lron Cross and John Waelti to Mace. Cal Devvsnap served as president ol the UW Men's Glee Club, while Arnold Peterson and Marty Clish performed in l-laresloot Kiclcline. At the head of AGR's social calender were neighbor- hood Qpen l-louse, l-lomecoming, the Bowery Party, and the Pajama Party. Leading AGR activities For the year were John Waelti, president, Guy l-lonold, vice-president, Bill Waterstreet, Alumni secretary, Ken l-locl4, secretary, Gwen Demo, treasurer, and Bob Luening, Steward. Alpha Tau Omega-First Row: D. Novielli, L. Lufkowicz, P. Lindsay, R. Anderson, T. Toman, P. Morlc, J. Kellogg, D. Grube, T. Gciarder P Zier J. Allen. Second Row: M. Semmelhaclc, C. Walk, W. West, T. Donatell, J. German, S. Plotz, D. Perry, J. Rummele, J. Erzen, Fara D Vander myde, J. Doolittle. Third Row: l-l. Dierexsens, D. Sonnenberg, C. Becker, T. Tenhula, R. Lederer, E. l-lill, K. Gutknecht, T. Taylor F Clayton C McGregor, D. Nelson, D. Schweitzer, l-l. Titus. Fourth Row: R. Cochran, Ci. DeWerth, l.. Forster, D. Bauhs, J. Stampen, M. Bauer J Hanson J. Shaffer, P. Melckelson, T. Martens, T. Peterson, W. West, W. Dylcema. Alpha Tau Qmegals summer crusade-getting rid of the discriminatory clause in their national organization- enabled the Langdon Street Fraternity to pledge a record Q7 members in 1961. ATQ's Christmas Formal, Ul.e Chalet au l.ac,H was termed ci literal "smashing success." Qther highlights ot the social season included a hefty beersupperschedule-'lO sororities, and the annual Southern Comfort party. The men Yelled l.ilce l-lell with Chi Qmega at l-lomecoming and their pledges enjoyed a party with the Tri-Delt pledges. lndividual activities were many and varied. Marv Bauer topped the list by being named to Mace and Phi Kappa Phi and he also served as WSA Personnel head. John Kellogg, Bill Dylcema, and Tom Taylor made sophomore honors. Besides Fielding extremely strong intramural athletic con- tingents, the ATOE boasted individual varsity performers. Phil Morl4 was captain of the crew team, John Klein- schmidt was on the baseball squad, Marty Semmelhaclq played tennis, Tom Toman was a Wrestler, and Jerry Ezren was on the traclc team. Qtlicers were Phil Morl4, president, Tom Toman, vice- president, John Kellogg, secretary, and Dicl4 Anderson, treasurer. Alpha Tau Omega Beta Theta Pi-First Row: C. Montgomery, J. Swardenslci, L. Gundersen, T. McDonald, R. Helm, I. Brader, Mrs. D. Lambert, A. Cole, R. Christo- pherson, L. Wallden, G. Baker, R. VanVerst, J. Holubek, T. Thorson. Second Row: C. Smith, J. Lyman, T. Hughbanlcs, M. lson, C. Stewart, E. Dolly, P. James, J. Harrington, G. Gilbertson, P. Mueller, J. Parcher, J. Fey. Third Row: G. DiVall, F. Barney, R. Coney, R. Sedillo, T. Shambeau, E. Sandvold, S. Schacht, W. Suits, D. Worden, W. Dietrich, J. Stone, J. Lierlc, A. Boel. Fourth Row: J. Wichman, V. Rideout, M. Musolf, J. Weier, G. Armstrong, C. Meissner, S. Larsh, R. Hill, B. Black, F. Linscott, W..Hess, C. Brahe. Fifth Row: K. Kloehn, T. Sawers, J. Hoffmann, D. MacGregor, T. Burgess, R. Sawyer, R. Lund, G. Gallo, H. Topley, H. Carlson, R. Lecy, B. Losching. Beta Theta Pi The residents ol 6522 Mendota Court-the home of Beta Theta Ri, actively participated in every phase oi campus lite. Athletically spealcing, the men enjoyed a successful year from beginning to end. Qutstanding among its accom- plishments was the capturing of the coveted lnter-Fraternity Football championship. Brad Armstrong, Bill Suits, and Ted Rogenslci exhibited Fine athletic prowess as members ol the varsity football team, while Ken Siebel and Thomas Hugh- banlfs participated in varsity baslcetball. Larry Wallden was a member of the golf team. Activities were not conhned to the athletic world. Fd Garvey served as WSA President and the Badger Party was under the able leadership oi Gene Armstrong. Student Senators were Mark MusoFl and James Reynolds. The Beta Theta RFS social calendar was highlighted by the traditional Christmas Formal. The South Sea Beer Supper with SDT was enjoyed by all. The Miami Triad was another important social event. 0FFicers included AI Cole, president, James Fey, vice- president, Reter Rlatten, treasurer, Tim Harrington, secre- tary, Charles Stevvart, corresponding secretary, and Rhett Sawyer, social chairman. An informal party at the Beta's. Many Chi Phi men participated in various campus activ- ities. Qutstanding among them was Ray l-lamel, who served as WSA Treasurer. Bill l-laberman and Paul Geisler were senators ol districts lour and one, respectively. l-leading the Union Music Committee was Robert Schmidt. The Chi Phils had three IF committee chairmen among their members: Chuck Robb, Rushing, David Asmus, Public Relations, and William Bucl4ta, IF Relations. Dave Asmus was also a co-chairman oi the lF-Pan-l-lel Big Ten Congress George Newmans was l'lumorology Chairman. Athletic prowess was exhibited by many of the residents ol QOO Langdon Street. Jerry Kulcinsl4i and Steve Under- wood were members oi the Football team. Foster Friess participated in cross country. Ray l-lamel was a member ol the cheerleading crew. The social events were highlighted by the Christmas and Spring lormals. Also sparking the social calendar were the Esquire party, held in cooperation with Esquire Magazine, and the l'lawaiian party, at which a real l-lawaiian supper was served, iollowed by entertainment and dancing. Grlicers were President, Bill Bucl4ta, Vice-President, Gary Schulze, Secretary, Don Knutson, Treasurer, Bill Sewell, Sergeant at Arms, and Bill Kelley, Historian. C0996 Gnd the Cflfdinfll. Chi Phi . t" Chi Phi-First Row: R. Adamson, K. Olen, F. Behrens, D. Schulz, G. Schulze, D. Asmus, D. Pope, W. Kelley, R. Froehlich, R. Schmidt, D, Stadler S. Saunders, C. Mallman, F. Friess. Second Row: J. Kulcinslfi, J. Dehorn, D. Bean, W. Lautz, R. l-lamel, J. Johnson, D. Knutson, S. Renlc, T, Brues- weitz, O. Tuomola, T. Stephens, J. Curtis, G. Giles. Third Row: J. Battist, C. Robb, G. Anderson, P. Walters, J. Clarke, J. Klein, P. l-loeffle J. Knelson, L. Slcaff, A. Fallc, D. Nelson, S. Johnson, R. l-lewitt. Fourth Row: M. Moran, M. Zaleslci, T. l-lasenstein, F. Falcone, R. Madland, W Sewell, J. Redfield, M. Copps, G. Newman, P. Savare, L. Pollnow, P. Geisler, C. Schneller, T. Krasin, R. Rosa. 403 The activities ol the Chi Psi's were many and varied this year. Both Douglas McNeil and Jerry l'licks served as lnter-Fraternity Council Presidents. President ol the Union was Daniel Webster. Steven Weinke served as Senior Class President. Also heading various campus organizations were Warren Marton, President of Mace, and Norb Schwartz, President ol Scabbard and Blade. Socially speaking, this year's events were successlul, as usual. Topping all others were the traditional Christmas and spring lormals. Another highlight was the Court Party with the Theta Delts and the Pi Lambs. Athletics also played a prominent role in the lives ol the Chi Psils. David Vander Muelen and Dick Dutrisac played varsity basketball, while Ron Perkins played varsity football. Also participating in athletic events were Richard Pease in tennis, and Allen Phister in cross country. The Fraternity also boasted a line crew team. Qtlicers were Thomas l-lackenberg, president, Charles Donlt forget the lights. Collins, vice-president, Thomas Mellencamp, secretary, Thomas Nederman and Dan Beckley, treasurers, Charles Collins and John Forrester, social chairmen, and Dick Dutrisac, rush chairman. Chi Psi Chi Psi-First Row: J. Wheat, T. Barnum, R. Pease, R. l-lalverson, J. Wing, J. l-loelter, T. l-lackenberg, R. Pierce, F. l-lolzlcnecht, D. McNeil, C. Modding, A. Engler, J. Fischrupp. Second Row: D. VanderMuelen, D. Smith, T. Mohs, N. Schwarz, R. Dutrisac, M. Kassner, D. Quam, S. Weinke, J. Kittsley, R. Read, J. Stathas. Third Row: T. Statford, J. Williamson, R. Rikkers, W. Stillman, M. Warner, J. Wilber, D. Reiner, B. Hallam, W. Marton, S. Orr, P. Nordwall, D. Gessner, G. Stephenson. Fourth Row: J. Van Dyke, J. Elmburg, A. Krance, F. Kruger, W. Rummler, A. Phister, J. l-lall, R. Listecki, P. King, l.. Smith, P. Talboys, l-l. Dinesen, W. Steinmetz, S. Sharp. Filth Row: J. l-licks, T. l-lurst, W. Sprague, C. Collins, P. Fetzer, T. Doran, R. Despirito, R. l-lalverson, L. Allin, T. Mellencamp, C. Colacchia, C. Manda, J. l-lorelli. 404 The men ol Delta Sigma Pi spent another Fine year with members actively participating in various campus events. The residents ol'l3Q Breese Terrace highlighted their social calendar with the Rose Formal. The fraternity selected Rat l-lovey as the'iRose of Psi Chapter," being the First on campus to select a representative For the national contest. Other social events included several beer suppers and in- formal parties. The 'iNeighbors partym, for which they sent invitations to neighbors in the immediate vicinity, was also a great success. The Delta Sigs saw a transformation in their home at 132 N. Breese Terrace. Remodeling commenced early in the First semester, with the completion ol the redecoration ot the First Floor, and continued during the year. ln addition to their long list of social functions, the Delta Sigma l3i's participated in an interesting commerce pro- gram, which included a trip to Milwaulcee with several guests spealcing on ditlerent phases of commerce. Otlicers serving for the past year were Donald Logeman, president, -Eugene Beeclcler, senior vice- president, Diclc Zirbel, junior vice-president, Dean Rierringer, secretary, and Bob Felde, treasurer. Delta Sigma Pi's Rose Queen Delta Sigma Pi Delta Sigma Pi-First Row: J. Gormican, E. Prisk, A. Kaatz, P. Juneau, T. Dueppen, T. Dorrington, R. Weber Second Row D Morrell W Fey R. Felde, D. Pierringer, D. Logeman, E. Beeckler, R. Zirbel, J. Abrams, W. Netols. Third Row: J. Suclcow T Sterr R Mueller R Swanson B Dunbar, E. Jacobi, T. Macho, L. l-lolle, P. Andrews, R. l-lollenberger. Several members ol Delta Tau Delta exhibited their athletic ability in various phases of sports. Marty Gharrity participated in varsity basketball, as well as golf. Elliot Ellner was also a member ot the football team. The basket- ball team was also aided by the Fine playing ol Gary l-lobbs. Kurt Smircina was a member ol the swimming team, while both john Stillman and Carl Meyst showed sports skills in the Field ol gymnastics. Bob Bing served as captain oi the varisty cheerleading squad and Bradford Colbert also cheered the Badgers on. i l Activities were not conlined to the world ol sports. As usual, the Delts were active participants in the yearly social whirl. Both Christmas and spring lormals were enjoyed by all. Dressed in Togas the Delts and dates ate heartily at their novel "Roman Party." Their lull social schedule was complemented by other theme parties, beer suppers, and dinners. Participating in campus activities were Dave Carisch and jim Covert, who served on the Government Relations Com- mittee. lvlike Wheeler represented the Delts on IF Council. l-leading New Student Week committees were Bob Conner ' and Don Lewis. john Bubolz was sports editor ol the Cardinal. Qhficers were President, Russ Koloed, Vice-President, john Eddy, Recording Secretary, Mike Wheeler, Treasurer, Thomas Schaefer, and Corresponding Secretary, john Delta Tau Delta BM' Pass the Bromo Seltzer. Delta Tau Delta-First Row: R. Lapinski, j. jesinski, R. Conner, W. Schaars, Mrs. Consigny, R. Kofoed, R. Babiarz, P. Althouse, T. Schaefer, C. Meyst, R. Lund, W. Staab, K. Stenstrom. Second Row: M. Cuharrity, M. Emmerich, R. Wegner, S. Voss, j. Eddy, j. l-lervat, j. Emlen, j. Kurz, j. Meier, D. Carisch,'M. Wheeler, R. jaust, j. Yale, j. Pokorney, R. Smith. Third Row: W. Klaus, T. Schwartz, j. Rowlands, j. Strauch, j. Best, j. Dahly, j. Edl, R. Ketelsen, R. McDougall, L. Pitsch, D. Tresselt, R. Graykowski, C. LaMarche. Fourth Row: P. Wood, j. Colbert, P. Torhorst, j. Voxman, j. Dyer, Ca. l-lobbs, S. Moe, A. Roebuck, F. Schadt, W. Reading, R. Bing, D. Lewis, j. Bubolz, R. Schmidt, E. l-lolmes, R. Celusta. 406 Delta Theta Sigma--First Row: J. Stettler, R. Svvingen, W. Stettler, D. l-luber, G. Wegner, D. Knutson, W. Kussow F Benelcer l Steinhauer D Kiesling. Second Row: W. Vanliss, R. Keneiiclc, L. Janssen, C. Meider, D. Wiechert, R. Bullock, sl, Sperle, R. l-liltbrand S Radtlce G Paulsen R. Wolter. Third Row: G. Dunn, E. Ciollcosz, G. Petersen, sl. Martin, G. Beecher, L. Bayer, F. Nielson, D. Erbach R Bernstein S Buchberger Residents oi 320 Lathrop Drive-the home oi Delta Theta Sigma-participated in various campus activities throughout the academic year. Forest Neilson was a member of the varsity Fencing team. The rovving crew was aided by Donald Frbach. The Fraternity also displayed athletic ability in lntermurol touch Football, volleyball, basketball, and solt- ball. The social aspect of college lile vvas not overloolced by the athletically-minded men. Highlighting the social season were the lormals, at Christmas time and in the spring. A Full schedule ol social functions was maintained by the members, including Halloween and Farm parties. Active in their chosen Field were Wayne Kussovv, who served as Rresident ol the Agriculture Student Council, and Floyd Benel4er, who vvas Vice-president oi the or- ganization. Leonard Bayer vvas Rresident oi the Collegiate Future Farmers Club. Leading the men through another Fine year were Rresi- dent, Floyd Beneker, Vice-President, Don Knutson, Secre- tary, john Stettler, Treasurer, Gary Retersen, Leonard Bayer, l-louse Steward, and Rledge trainer, Gary Beecher. Delta Theta Sigma Your last chance to pick a vvinnerl Delta Upsilon-First Row: C. Gorhan, T. Timmermann, B. Marshall, D. Manthei, J. Mend, D. Waclcman, B. Ebert, J. Herrmann, F. Harvey O. Petursson, J. Perry, S. McEachron, B. Ostrander. Second Row: J. Ostrengn, K. Beyreis, C. Hansen, D. Brown, R. Mueller, K. Dramm, R. Lovedale, D. Gross, l.. VanclerVelden, B. Salzwedel, B. Blatz, B. Bornfleth, D. Schenfer, R. Small, G. Plagenz, J. Smith. Third Row: D. Mc Dowell, T. Neu- mann, B. Thomas, D. Wittig, D. McDougal, J. Mowery, J. Kirby, S. Zimmerman, M.Cowen, B. Waurzyn, J. Knutsen, D. Pond, P. Bach. Fourth Row? EEWells, L. Chambers, M. Fulscher, D. Housman, R. Knutsen, B. Rahn, B. Moore, L. Griffith, T. Berg, D. Windau, B. Niedermeier, J. Veatch, D. oe n. A Delta Upsilon Spurred on by winning lastyear's second place in Campus Carnival with the Pi Phis, the men of Delta Upsilon Filled this year with one activity after another. Homecoming weelcend started with a bang as the D. l,l.'s Duis relax Gt the house' and the Alpha Chi's competed in the "Yell like Hell" contest. This was followed by a spirited Homecoming party. The social calendar was further paclced with beer suppers, exchange dinners and theme parties including HCrazy Clothesn, l'Bowery Partyn and an Alumni Party which brought baclc three hunderd past members. Joining the D. U. 's this season were two Viking Scholars: Tim Timmermann and Qlalur Petursson. Sports enthusiasts were Brian Moore, Charlie Vesel, and Diclc Wittig, all on Wisconsin's Football team. Qtlicers for T960-6'l were President, Jacl4 Kirby, Vice- Rresident, Bob Knutsen, Secretary, Bob Salzwedel, Trea- surer, l:ranl4 Harvey, Social Chairman, Phil Boclq and houselellow, George Bornstadt. l Evans Scholars-First Row: B. Stogren, T. Mislce, L. Zimmerman, J. Danlcwardt, T. Mallman, D. Govan, B, Giannasi, H. Feuerzeig, A. Kruswicki T. Johnson, B. Kriebich, J. Bauer. Second Row: J. Licari B. Smrtnik, T. Mahnlce, B. Adam, C. Sanfellipo, M. Hackett, M. Miske, B. Giangiorgi E. Ketchum, T. Collins, K. Theine, G. Edwards J. Weber, Third Row: J. Stummer, T. Dapp, J. Olle, R. Hoeft, C. Richman, D. Demichelis, J. Branum R. Paluczalc, J. Phillips, ll. Gurnee, D. Brancla, T. LaDousa. Fourth Row: C. Lawnicki, M. Cline, S. Price, G. Brunner, J. Kuersten, V. Brunner B. Dachelet, J. Bistolas, B. Horning, W. Defferding, T. Lyons, J. Lizzo, G. Perry. Evans Scholars Hard worlt and a great desire to become part of the Greelc system at the University ol Wisconsin led to the culmination of Evans Scholar ettorts this year when they were admitted into the Inter-Fraternity Council. Highlights of the year were the Scholars second straight Admiring the structure. Homecoming victory in the Independent competition., a second place Finish both in total numbers and in percentage, . in the All-University Blood Drive, and a highly successful get-together with six brother chapters at the annual Gall Ball in Chicago. The Scholars also included a varied and extensive social program at their Langdon Street home. Active on the campus scene were a number of Scholars this year. Heading the listvvas Henry Feuerzeig who served as president ol Sigma Delta Chi, professional journalistic society, and also co-chairman of the SLIC publications sub- committee, Doug Govan served on Wisconsin Previews and was elected to Tau Beta Pi and Phi Kappa Phi, Jim Clie and Bob Giannasi served as sports editor and copy editor of the Badger respectively, Bob Stogren served as chair- man ol the Union Entertainers Guild, and Tom Lyons vvas university representative to the Red Cross Educational Worltshop in St. Louis. Ghicers were Douglas Govan, President, Bob Giannasi, Vice-President, Henry Feuerzeig, Secretary, and Adrian Kruswicld, Treasurer. l un-.-'-th-svnf.-ww - --- -u--v-- 1- Kappa Sigma-First Row: J. Elliot, l-l. Drake, A. Armaganian, P. Pagenkopf, O. Dowling, Mrs. Matheson, S. Whisner, J. Berndt, T. McCarville, D. Eggert, B. Plotkin. Second Row: M. Morrison, R. Pinkert, G. Alli, T. Reynolds, S. Tower, D. Lando, J. I-lolly, J. Cronk, B. Ridings, J. Holmes, B. Merter, A. Paulson. Third Row: A. Persch, D. Arfeldt, B. Vanlceishout, R. Burbidge, D. Anderson, J. Fry, D. Mueller, D. Webb, B. Davis, B. Jegier, G. lsakson, O. Schiotz, N. l-lackman. Fourth Row: A. Maxwell, J. Ragus, L. Beier, B. Falconer, J. Treer, D. Starritt, N. Davis, J. Walters, B. Westphal, J. Birhaum, J. Peytor, D. Ludwig, P. Korotev, D. Scheerer. Kappa Sigma Kappa Sigs go Formal. ' 13. V ' r -V . fl .,..' . A Q .A , , ' ' H ' . - , I. J In . ' H.. ,. .az - sr f' , . ifwfw. ..., 'X 3. 'V ' t . . ,V -I . H F ,ic in K J . E ..., 5. ' , ' , s"r'r , ,,.,., X ' , 1.21: f.4.. wg: t- ,. - - ,Q ,, .-,. , 2' G t 4, 1. 1.4. 8: 1 if , , . ...i j f - ., .I 5. , v .. . , '- -i g ' Q Q ' Af' ff "'-4 4 . , V SM 32 :45 5 1153 1 a - . H' . 1 K' ,i K i fa-rs 'A . ,, V ' '- w...--...pdf . . . -' ,. , ...s,. . . f fi L , . Q73 f , W .,,.-,- 49 . V . . . , .. ,. 4 I ,N I f" s' ?' ' " " 1 ' 11" W - PM 1 1 1 A fi., .,, V . H .f I 2 2: . I-f - - ' z.: f 4.1 , . f s- 4 unify ,yy I .L V V ft, ' P' 1 Q., 'Z , , . ..""f.5,"A- f . gy ' . l , , t. -A .-1 , X . 1 ...., at -, , gg S L .2 i X .-f-' ' '. l sq, . - , . Q ' ff f 23: - . 5 f yi i A ' ' fl' A I A ' it ' arf' V f- - L J 'Y i lk . , an f ! .4. y, ' K A 'i U X 1 4 f i, V ' . i "' fs A .mc .4 ir f - - - . A x , The men of Kappa Sigma began their season with their annual pledge party at which time they welcomed the new members oi their fraternity. Their social season was high- lighted by their Winter Formal held at the WestSide Business Men's Club and the annual Spring Formal at Brown's l.ake. Many Fall parties were on their social agenda including a twenties party complete with bathtub gin and a professional banjo player. Spring found the Kappa Sigs gathered on their pier which was the scene of their l-lawaiian party. Representing the Viking scholars this year was Johann l-lackman, while the Nielson Scholars were represented by Qtto Schiotz. President of Kappa Sigma was Micky l-lummer, Vice- President, Jim l-lolly, Secretary, Bob Plotkin, Treasurer, Tom McCarville, Social Chairman, Andy Paulson, and l'lousemother, Mrs. Matheson, known to the boys as Mrs. M. The men of Lambda Chi Alpha spent the 1960-6'l sea- son amidst a full schedule of sports, social activity and cam- pus atlairs. Highlighting the social season was the German Barbarian Party with an authentic roasted pig as the main attraction. Beer suppers, exchange dinners and informal get-togethers were also an important part ol the social calendar. Christmas found the Lamnda Chis and their dates at a dinner party. An especially busy spring brought the an- nual Tormal, a Mardi Gras party and a costume party appropriately called Freudian Frolics. The mild Weather also brought the Lambda Chis to- gether with the Alpha Xis For an old-Fashioned picnic. Members of the fraternity also found time lor charity Worlq as they and the girls of Pi Beta Phi sorority Worked on a Tennessee settlement house project. Directing the activities Tor the Lambda Chis was pres- ident Carl Saccomando. Qther otticers included Ken Deedy, vice-president, Fred Brueggeman, secretary, Bruce Roberts, treasurer. Oinlc Lambda Chi Alpha Lambda Chi Alpha-First Row: T. Malone, P. Bleclc, B. Wilson, P. Lange, B. Barthel D Hawk K Deedy Second Row J Suchlowski Y Struye J. Lawson, K. Stahlkopf, J. Exner, B. Rosenthal, B. Zimmerman. Third Row: T. Larson T Frost D Seeteld F Brueggeman C Saccomondo R Skeltonhl. Klien, F. Hoppenstead. Fourth Row: D. Onderson, L. Slceels, B. Suchowski B O Grady P Speiliakos G Udell K Kotnour D Crot teau, G. Etgen. The 1960-61 season was one Filled with activity lor the men ol Rhi Delta Theta. Besides their Fraternity social life, and campus activity, the Phi Delts found time lor community service vvorl4 too. Besides the Friday night Beer suppers and vveel4-day exchange dinners, there were tvvo major social events of the year. The First was the Christmas formal which toolc place at the Del View l-lotel in the Wisconsin Dells. During the Spring semester, the Phi Delts held their Miami Triad lormal. Sports enthusiasts in the fraternity toolc part in many of the inter-lraternity contests. Un Community Service Day, a special Phi Delta Theta innovation, the brothers participated in a full day of vvorlr at charitalole organizations of their choice. Officers this year were President, Niclc Norris, Vice- Rresident, Bob Jones, Secretary, Bob Loppnovv, and Treasurer, Diclc Shutan. Somebody call some girls. Phi Delta Theta Phi Delta Theta-First Row: QM. Piotrowslci, R. Stella, B. Moberly, J. Papandrea, Sul-lawlc, B. Haerle, Mrs. Wiswall, N. Norris, B. Jones, S. Sills, D. Finlay, B. Boone, T. I-leebinlc. Second Row: T. Daniels, B. Norgan, D. Smith, J. D Ambrosia, J. Chmielinslci, J. Lehman, J. Saddler, R. Loppnow, P. Nicholson, D. Nicholson, R. Forgione, J. Stanley, D. Tzakis, R. Armbruster, K. McGhie. Third Row: B. Szymanslci, T. Erickson, Fesolwitz, gllaird, D. Sloane, A. Bailey, D. Shutan, B. Grosz, B. Moberly, S. Snyder, G. Reed, H. Budnilc, M. Deighton, R. Fridholm, B. Wiedenhoefer, . ripp. 412 For the men ol Phi Gamma Delta, the T960-61 season was a whirl of social activities, athletic competition, and scholastic achievement. A major event on their social calendar was the Figi lsland party, on all day attair, which began asthe brothers and their dates arrived at their hideaway by boat and found their fraternity house transformed into a South Sea delight. The image was completed by a miniature waterfall, grass reed ceiling and even a small bridge. The Winter semester was highlighted by the Christmas Formal and the l-lome- coming Alumni dinner. Amidst the other parties were beer suppers, Dixie Bashes, and a French Apache Party complete with war paint. Active on campus, the Figis can be found participating in almost every campus activity. The BADGER claimed Jerry Redtield as Sales Manager while Jim l-lanson was Business Manager, and Myron La Rowe was Advertising Editor. Cheering our Football team, six ol which are members of Phi Gamma Delta, were cheerleader John l-laggstrom and Buclcy Badger, alias Ronnie Macl4. Other sports enthusiasts were engaged on the crew, swimming team, and golf team. Qtticers this season were President, Diclq Pearson, Secretary, Steve Abbott, Treasurer, Dave Findlay, Social Chairman, Bob Barocci and l-lousemother, Mrs. Best. The Phi Gam's annual Figi lsland Party. Phi Gamma Delta Phi Gamma Delta-First Row: R. Barocci, K. Miller, J. Keenan, S. Abbott, R. Pearson, Mrs. Best, A. Smith, M. LaRowe, A. Ragland, J. Baker. Sec ond Row: C. Taylor, B. Johnson, J. Hanson, G. Pfund, J. l-lolman, D. Findlay, F. Kreiling, J. Wright, R. Robel, R. Palm, l.. Woodward. Third Row J. l-laggstrom, S. Moore, S. Anbuhl, W. I-loos, R. Boettcher,T. l-loude,T. Fcigerland, T. Bell, J. Skorniclca, J, Leetzow, D. Rudolph, L. Mortenson Fourthdlgom: lQNl-lollands, J. Jetfries, R. Christensen, J. Woolard, G. Schueppert, D. Fogerland, W. Keck, T. Terry, I-l. Sauthotf, B. Porter, C. Keller J. Re ie , . Da e. 413 new nw The men ol Phi Kappa Theta were Well represented on campus this year in sports and activities besides in their Fraternity social life. Tom Eclcerle vvas an active member ol the Young Democrats vvhile Carl Angoli was on the wrestling team. Social highlights included the Winter formal at Waynexs lnn and various theme parties including, "lVlardis Gras Timen and the 'KSt Patricks Day partym which brought back many of the alumni. l-lome Football vveeltends vvere accompanied by open houses vvith a special K'Beatnilc partym after the Minnesota game. l-lomecoming Weelcend, the Phi Kappa Theta's Worked on a display prior to treating their alumni to a formal banquet. Beer suppers, exchange dinners and listening parties vvere also a part ol the year's social activity as was the spring formal later in the season. Qtiicers ol Phi Kappa Theta this year were President, Jack Wiedenield, Vice-President, Bob Schappe, Secretary, Diclc Caygill, Treasurer, Niclq Zavvacld, and Social Chair- men, Jerry hlartlaub and Alex Krembs. The house Fellow was Don Polcyn. VVe're all chain-smokers novv. Phi Kappa Theta Phi Kappa Theta-First Row: R. Paska, D. Polcyn, T. Guse, T. Eckerle, Father P. Keyes, C. Repka, B. Flader, J. Wiedenfelcl, B. Schappe. Second Row: D. Barry, A. Krembs, J. Critchfield, J. Biersach, J. I-lartlaub, D. Bauer, T. Sandholm, J. Schuclc, T. Llnderbrinlc. Third Row: R. Bruhn, J. Spe- vacek, W. Laselc, A. Schroeder, E. Bangs, D. Caygill, C. Angoli, J. Kappl, I. Zawacki. 414 Phi Sigma Delta-First Row: P. Springberg, G. Dorfman, R. Rosenberg, D. Uritz, A. Eisenberg, T. Tousman, l-l. Falit, M Rose D Saichelc M Solochecls, l-l. Knaster, K. Kramer, M. Grossman. Second Row: P. Schweizer, A. Wollcenstein, W. Adams, R. Berman, C Linslqy R Kesselman N. Zechman, J. Rosenfeld, P. Seoal, M. Greenblatt. Third Row: B. l-lalpren, M. Shuman, M. Levin, N. Spiualc, M. Kalilc J Raunheim R Peck C. Cohen, S. Okrant, A. Silverman, V. Wexler. Fourth Row: R. Spector, R. Sweet, E. Rockman, J. Morris, l-l. Levy, t-l Silberg M Davidson J. Feldman, J. Goldberg. From lall registration through spring Finals, the men of Phi Sigma Delta participated in a busy schedule ol studies, social events, and activities. ln addition to the "Come as a Diseasef, 'lJaunt to Ver- mont," and uReno" parties, a major event vvas the Spring Pledge party entitled Hlhe Filty First State". Phi Sigis Winter lormal was held at the Parlc l'lotel while the Spring Formal, an all day affair, was at Browns Lalce. Friday nights found the Phi Sigma Delta's paired up with various sorority houses and independent dorms lor beer suppers and exchange dinners. Active in campus aFlairs were Richard Weinberg and Marl4 Kalil4 on the l. F. Public Relations Committee, and Jerry Muster on LSA Council. lvvo ol the members proved themselves thespians as Jetfrey Kravat secured a leading role in Ucyrano de Bergeracl' and Julian Mavis with a lead in "Kiss Me Katef, Qtlicers were President, Milte Rose, Vice-President, Ken Kramer, Secretary, Cary Linsl4y, Social Chairmen, Ron Kesselman, Mark Kalil4. Phi Sigma Delta A Playboy party skit. Phi Sigma Kappa-First Row: G. Opgenorth, K. Kailing, J. Jochman, K. Pfrang, J.Verbriclc, J. Tierney, M. Zielkie, R. Prouty, J. Olson, J. Nichol Second Row: R. Sparks, J. Wehmeyer, T. l-leil, W. Gundlach, G. Saltzberg, R. Thiede, J. Penlield, R. Marschke, D. Center, J. Piper. Phi Sigma Kappa Although Phi Sigma Kappa is a comparatively small fraternity, the members have Found themselves with a busy schedule. The major event oi their social year vvas the winter ior- mal at which time the brothers selecta coed as theirK'lVloon- light Girln. This year the Formal was held at Amatds l'loliday lnn and Sue Small vvas given the annual Rhi Musically orientated Phi Sigma Kappa. Sigma Kappa honor. Football vveel4ends were accompanied by open houses while Friday nights were Filled with beer suppers and exchange dinners. Beach Parties at Vilas parlc and skating parties on Men- dota Lal4e l4ept both seasons bubbling. Alumni vvere welcomed bacl4 at the Founders Day Banquet and at the annual baslcetball game between the Purdue chapter and the one at Wisconsin. Qiiicers oi Rhi Sigma Kappa were President, Jerry Qpgenorthd Vice-President, Roger Thiede, Secretary, lVlil4e Ziellciflreasurer, Bob Sparks, Social Chairman, Ron lvlarschlce, and the houseiellovv, William lVlcGirr. Pi Lambda Phi-First Row: J. Rudnick, J. Friedland, R. Ballis, C. Edwards, Mrs. Lewensohn, l-l. Waller, P. Levine, K. Geman, R. Dennenholz l. Feldman, J. Beermann. Second Row: R. Mintzer, T. Olshansky, P. Lubar, J. Goldstein, D. Caldarelli, D. Kesselman, D. Lason, T. Miller, E. Burick J. l-loFFman, B. Kessler, S. l-lolden. Third Row: D. Simpson, R. MarkoFf, l-l. Kravitz, R. Markus, G. Levine, B. Becker, J. Goldberg, A. Libowitz B. Rosenfield, J. Goldman, G. Senner, F. Shapiro, P. Woltt. Fourth Row: N. Footlik, B. l-lyman, L. Feigenberg, B. Sherwin, M. Kesselman, J. Wexler D. Epstein, G. Sherman, M. Bach, M. Alper, B. Kaplan, B. Lubar, S. Sacher, S. Maltz, A. Epstein, R. Futterman. Fifth Row: G. Eisendrath, B. Baiman B. Levin, M. Davis, A. Krieger, M. Sigal, M. Meyer, S. Schneider, E. Nemerott, T. Adler, R. Sheldon, B. Kotler, J. Shapiro, A. Glazer, R. Shapiro R. Fisher, L. Gardner, L. Cortez, S. Wexler. Pi Lambda Phi Pi Lambda Phi made sports news this season as they captured Badger Bowl volleyball division title and came in second in the football division. Many tall parties were on the year's agenda For the Pi Lams including a l-lomecoming Banquet and a l-lawaiian party complete with grass skirts. Beer suppers and exchange dinners were also a major part of their social calendar which was culminated by the annual Spring Formal. Campus activities played an important part in Pi Lambda Phi's year with Mike Spector as co-chairman of the Sym- posium Committee and Dave Kesselman as an executive otticer of the Military Ball. Officers this year were President, Richard Ballis,Vice- President, l-lenry Waller, Secretary, Paul Wolf, Treasurer, Harley Kravitz, and Social Chairman, Tom Adler. A Pi Lam Finishes breakfast. lm.!.L.g1. , I I Psi Upsilon-First Row: W. Eccles, C. Nicholson, J. l-lanifin, l-l. l-lempe, C. Mahnke, S. Leslie, J. Klauser, J. Andrews, l. Lylcke, R. Johns, R. Smith Second Row: D. England, D. Weiby, W. Kessler, D. Young, R. Bennett, R. Morris, T. Johns, J. McTigue, R. Dreger. Third Row: R. Brenneke, R. Freund, F. Spindler, J. Braunschweig, T. Lewis, W. Ersulanslci, R. McArthur, T. l-layes, J. Ponath, J. Lucas. S. Quislina. Psi Upsilon I'II raise you two. The men of Rsi U unveiled their much applauded house improvement-a new lnarroom-with a varied social pro- gram ranging from a German beer garden party to old fashioned Wisconsin-type beer suppers, They continued their international Flavor with a unique French under- ground party which saw the men and their dates enter the party room literally from under ground. They culminated the social calendar with winter and spring Formals. The Rsi Us won the l-l: touch football title and also boasted Frosh swimmer Mike l-lunt. Qther members active on campus were Bolo Bennettand John Andrews in Scob- bard and Blade, and Wilson Smith in lnterfraternity Council. Qtiicers For the year included Cal Mahnlte, President, l'lanl4 l-lempe and Jim Clauser, Vice-presidents, and Dave Kinnamow, Secretary. The men ol Sigma Alpha Epsilon again had a successlul year in all phases ol Fraternity activities. Their annual Roddy Murphy party vvith the Alpha Chi Qmegais was a highlight and alter Raddy's wake a good time was had by all. The .social functions continued with a Casino party and compe- tition in Yell lil4e l'lell. They entered l-lumorology with the Tri Delts and held three lormals with their spring Formal at the Dells. The men also threw a Christmas Party For the pensioners ol Dane County, an annual atlair. The fraternity boasted many men who were active in campus atlairs. Dave Novalc was l-lumorology production chairman and Ken Kullmann vvas New Student Weelc activities chairman. Rete Mack served as president of the Cardinal Board ol Control. The senior class treasurer was l SAE Mil4e Garber and Slcip Leiter was president ol l-lares- loot. Qtlicers lor the year 1960-6'l were: John Thornton, President, l-loward Baker, Vice-president, Jerry Schilling, Recorder, John R. l-less, Treasurer, and Bob Marsh, Social Chairman. The execs in action. Sigma Alpha Epsilon Sigma Alpha Epsilon-First Row: l-l. Baker, G. Stevens, J. Thornton, W. O'Conner, J. Rensch, G. Emerson, M. Garber, Mrs. J. Ball, B. Lindsey W. Staleil, T. Ward, J. l-less, l-l. l-lassberg, C. Kemp. Second Row: R. Reznichek, G. l-less, T. Loclcyeor, G. Schilling, R. l-lelmstetter, C. Roethke J. DeTienne, T. Rose, T. l-lolton, T. Stiles, J. l-lurd, M. McCartney, D. Chilsen, J. Wemyss. Third Row: J. Nichols, J. l-lough, E. Schumacher, J Schmuhl, R. Marsh, S. Ward, T. Lichty, R. Bloss, J. Boheim, J. Crane, R. Nuernberg, R. Muller, K. Berget, E. Schueler, l-lodge, K. Kullmann Fourth Row: K. l-lerman, D. Novak, D. Jurgens, B. Bergen, D. Eggebrecht, D. Kennedy, L. Juul, Cu. l-lolland, D. Fugina, J. Tilton, J. Wirth, K. Peter son, J. l-less, P. Neimann, R. Daly, M. Muller. Fifth Row: F. Neitzel, W. Mitchell, W. Donaldson, R. MacDonald, J. Strietl, J. Krier, L. l-laugen E. Goetsche, Ellis, J. McGuire, J. Lees, J. Egger, l-l. Jebens, C. Struck, R. McChain, W. l-lermann, J. l-lodge. S T T 419 This past year, the Sigma Chi fraternity house was the setting for a variety of social iunctions,topped once again by the annual Sweetheart Formal where Pi Phi l-lope Dahle was chosen Sweetheart of Sigma Chi. They also held a spring formal and gave a testimonial dinner for Professor Frank Thayer for long and meritorious service to the University and to the Journalism department. The Sigs also prided themselves in being close victors in the 'l96'l Red Cross Blood Drive. Athletically, the Sigma Chis boasted football Captain Jim Bakken and other gridders Dale Mathews, Butch Kellogg and John Strassburger. Gib Larsen and Roger Knake competed on the golf team and Rusty Larsen and Roger Knake competed on the goli team and Rusty Williams was the starting catcher on the baseball sauad Campus leaders abounded with Tony Cook selected as DG Man oi the year and Jim Miller, chairman ol the board oi directors of the Co-op. Cal Andringa was secretary of the l-F Council, Bill Fraqier, general chairman of Campus Carnival, and Tom Trost and Dave Morris were active in l other campus positions. Leading Sigma Chi in 'l96'l were: Bill Frazier, President, C . l Roger Knake, Vice-president, Dave Johnson, Treasurer, Hey, Womb the birdie, and Secretaries John Zwakman and Jim Torke. Sigma Chi Sigma Chi-First Row: T. Aycock, J. Janutka, T. Trost, J. l-lartfield, J. Miller, D. l-loFfman, M. Cantwell, D. Johnson, J. Blunk, R. Knake, D. Morris, D. Piggins, W. Barry. Second Row: J. Torke, I-l. Leschly, J. Smith, R. Anderson, R. Dohnal, K. Kreutzmann, C. Johnson, W. Foy, S. Martin, D. Searles, P. Brethauer, T. Cook, J. Zwakman. Third Row: C. Hinckley, L. Marshall, D. Thompson, J. Mash, C. Zamjahn, K. Adamany, L. Majeskie, C. Ricardi, J. Brooks, C. Andringa, W. Reilly, T. Anderson, R. Meyer, J. Ratfini, P. Miller. Fourth Row: O. Marshall, F. lbbotson, J. Maerker, J. Ricardi, C. Zeman, M. Rieder, P. Van Lare, J. Urban, G. Lions, R. Bell, J. Novak, l-l. l-lippman,T. Manning, J. Roth. Fifth Row: l. Smith, G. Vance, J. Cgaspagi, R. l-letzel, F. Hazelwood, W. Weiss, J. Beyer, J. Chiappetta, S. Morton, C. Anderson, S. Gordon, J. Wittwer,T. Thomsen, D. Mathews, . trass urger. 420 Sigma Phi-First Row: F. Ehle, D. Farley, W. Eclcles, C. Yager, W. Ghormley, E. Slcalinder. Second Row: T Marty D Ellis J Chandler l-l Beclc P. l-lalberg, G. Russell. Third Row: L. Saluesen, J. Mayer, K. l-lerman, R. Thiel, D. Graham, B. Crisalulli. The fellows oi Sigma Phi transformed the house into an exotic tent For their Persian Kitty party, bedecked themselves in Persian costumes, and indulged heartily in "Fresh fruit." Their culinary instincts were put to use when they bar- bequed a pig on a spit, 'l4 hours, lor Parents' Weekend. Campus Carnival was participated in and a Neighborhood- Faculty Tea was held in the spring. Qliicers were Dave Farley, President, Phil Winl4el, Vice- president, ,lerry Beck, Secretary, Eric Slcalinder, Treasurer, Tom Marty, SocialChairman, and Dave Ellis, Rush Chair- man. Sigma Phi A pig in search of an apple Sigma Rhi Epsilon members proved that social and academic lite can be etlectively combined by boasting a position in the top 'IO Fraternities, scholastically. The house, quite musically inclined, took First place honors in the Tourna- ment ol Song For both the fraternity and all men's divisions. Serenading of several sororities was done during the year and once in awhile the Fellows sent up a musical ovation to their pin-mates. The house also had its own polka band. As a protest against conformity an Easter party was con- cocted, complete with an egg hunt-at Thanksgiving time. Now every college student knows that fraternity men ore very aware oi their abodes and that they spend long strenu- ous hours polishing, scrubbing, and scouring. Just in keeping with this tradition, the house was repainted, the shutters were hung, and the door was given a new coat ol red paint by the diligent members. ln the spring a Queen of i l-learts formal was held. l Y Qtticers were Ken Look, President, Robert Ketelhohn, Van Cliburn et Gi, Vice-president, Wally l-loewisch, Secretary, Jon Haber- stroh, Treasurer, and Noel Eberhardt, Historian. Sigma Phi Epsilon Sigma Phi Epsilon-First Row: R. Martens, N. lfberhardt, J. l-laberstroh, R. Vidale, K. Look, R. Ketelhohn, W. l-loewisch, J. Hughes, T. Swan. Second Row: D. Norris, R. Rutherford, R. Mueller, K. Michaelis, R. Skilton, W. Porter, E. Strode, J. Bailey, L. Parks, l-l. Daane. Third Row: F. l-loppert, R. Cummings, J. Joslin, R. Dvorachek, J. Bartz, R. Stelling, M. Martyn, R. Krueger, W. Duemling, S. Keune. Fourth Row: J. Schreck, J. l-lopp, C. Brown, R. Jacobson, D. Bennett, T. Bollnow, J. Zabritsky, l-l. Theis, A. Polzak, M. Selle, R. Sorrentino. 422 ' Tau Kappa Epsilon-First Row: D. Kleist, G. Cirves, T. Stuecl4, J. Mason, K. l-laase, C. Copper, P. Schmidt, R. l-lanl4el. Second Row: T. Krueger, R. Sheehy, A. Pierce, D. Mrotek, R. Gausman, R. Vehlow, J. Kennciugh, R. Renz, R. Theide. The fall semester at Tau Kappa Epsilon began with a very successful rush and really started rolling with the return of many alumni, malting the llfli Homecoming party the largest in TO years. The usual beer suppers and Satur- day evening parties were held, but the tall semester was given an extra l4icl4 when the pledges along with the Chi Qmegas worl4ed up an lnternational Theme party. An active Madison Alumni Qrganization was formed and started aiding the chapter in its attempt to acquire a new TKE house for the fall semester oi 1961. Besides par- ticipating actively in interlraternity sports and having one of the top bowling teams in the league, the house played host to several foreign students at dinners throughout the spring semester. ln April, the 14th annual TKE Shipwreclc party was held and TKES from four other Wisconsin chapters helped spice the waclcy weekend. The Fellows went Formal in the spring and held a dance at the East Side l3usinessmen's Club with music furnished by a TQ-piece orchestra. Qtlicers were Donald Kleist, President, Raul Schmidt, Vice-presidentflhomas Stuecl4, Secretary, Charles Copper, Treasurer, Robert Thiede, Social chairman, and Richard l-lanl4el, historian. Tau Kappa Epsilon maimed Theta Chi--First Row: L. Bublitz, M. Stetlen, W. Maurer, D. Atwood, R. Johnson, S. Cole, S. Brandes, R. Jacobson, L. Canalia, J. Nygren, D. Peikert, R. Robbins, A. Grundeman. Second Row: J. Jonson, B. Fredricks, T. King, K. Baldwin, P. Cox, B. Theis, L. Meuller, J. Steffen, B. Dushek, D. Moore, L. Llrreu. Third Row: J. l-lug, J. Burley, R. Aiflerbaugh, T. Steivang, C. Ransom, J. Oakwood, T. Achter, G. Forbes, T. Pamperin, J. Andryczak, C. Sweet, R. Bohlman, J. Oster. Fourth Row: P. Johnson, C. lnglis, C. Buttner, M. Kelley, D. Lee, J. Jones, C. Jackson, C. Pombrow, E. Schrage, K. Lewis, W. Kutzke, J. Swanke, P. Pangas. Theta Chi Deep in the middle ol Landgon Street activity sits the Them Chi' private eye' Theta Chi house, the scene ol a full and varied college liie again this last year. They 'Kyelled like hell" with Kappa Delta's and held an annual pledge party along with beer suppers and other informal parties. The men enjoyed two iormals: 'KWinter Whirli' at the Continental Club, and the spring Formal at Chula Vista. Second semester saw the "Dixie Bash" with Alpha Chi Omega and l-lumorology competition with the SDT's. The men participated in a lull slate ol intramural sports. They also had many ol their members in outside activities with John Swanke as chair- man oi the Llnion Placement committee. Oiiicers were Steve Cole, President, Stu Brandes, Vice- president, Clark Inglis, Secretary, Wally Maurer, Treasurer, and Bud Johnson, pledge Trainer. .te - mmm-n Theta Delta Chi-First Row: l-l. Moon, R. Simenson, D. Draheim, G. Scott, A. Birkland, J. Lolcen, R. White, R. Norton. Second Row: D. Stadel J. Kroening, P. Hildebrand, J. Nafziger, R. Petrich, D. Meitzel, J. Schlaver, D. Edwards, J. Styne, T. Fraum, M. Podolske. Third Row: T. Dewing J. Miller, R. McDevitt, T. Combs, W. Arnold, D. Tank, L. Paul, G. Rodgers, D. Sheridan, R. Weaver, G. Johnson. Fourth Row: R. Junge, W. Iver son, D. Field, D. Rice, J. Walker, W. Askov, W. Busse, R. Slette, J. Nelson, L. Matagrano, R. Morris. Fifth Row: R. Rasmussen, D. Reierson, R Payleitner, M. Busher, D. Cloudon, G. Stahl, J. l-lamm, D. Larson, D. O'Connell, W. Mattlca, R. Elvehjem, K. McClintock. Theta Delta Chi College life is exciting and it was especially so this year for the men ol Theta Delta Chi, Whose social calender vvas A thinking mafi- spiced with such events as a Dixie Bash party, a Magna Rarta, winter and spring lormals, beer suppers, and theme parties. Three big theme parties were held-a Roaring QO's party where everyone came dressed in Flapper and straw hat style, a pajama party which Found everyone clad in their nightly best, and a South Sea lsland party that created a hypnotic island mood. At Christmas a caroling party went to an old lollcs, home and toys were given to orphans. The house sponsored a Foster Rarents program lor a foster child in Greece. Dave Sheridan was WSA vice-president, Dennis 0' Connell served as sophomore man and president ol Cardinal Board, and Dave Rice was WSA,s Special Projects dept. head. Bob Simenson acted as Union vice-president, Guy Scott vvas Joint Military Board chairman, While Ron McDevitt was swimming captain, and Dicl4 Norton was Cardinal Business manager. Ollicers were Guy Scott, president, James Lol4en, secretary, Bob Simenson, treasurer, James Nalziger, junior man, and Dan Draheim, senior man. Triangle-First Row: C. Solberg, P. Murphy, D. Meyer, B. Fagerstrom, j. Vierbicher, W. Johnson, sl. Kroiss. Second Row: D. Trumpy, D. Cavil, D. Kussovv, L. Cepelc, D. DeLaura, l. Feller, L. l-lassebroelc, A. Szews. Third Row: L. l-lyde, R. Fletcher, l-l. Perry, D. Dralce, D. Roeber, W. l-lable, A. Folkmen, R. Knitter, R. I-lussa, F. Novachelc. Triangle Triangle, even though it is a professional Fraternity, still found time to squeeze in some lighter, more social aspects ol academic lile. Beer suppers and weekend parties were held throughout the year and l-lomecoming Dad didnft Send the money- was celebrated to the hilt. St. Patriclcls Day was declared an ollicial time lor Festivities in honor ol that great old Saint who is held in utmost esteem by all engineers. When the parents ol engineers were invited to campus, Triangle i sent out the letters ol invitation, made arrangements for engineering demonstrations, and tool4 some Q75 parents on a three-hour tour ol the engineering campus. ln the spring, April '15 to be exact, the day Triangle was founded, a Formal dance was held. The Fraternity was represented in professional societies and honorary Fraternities, and had Four ol its members on the stall ol The Wisconsin Engineer. Qllicers were William Fagerstrom, President, blames Vierbicher, Vice-president, Darell Meyer and Warren l-lable, Secretaries, Wayne slohnson, Treasurer, Larry l-lyde, Chapter editor, and David Cavil and Clinton. Solberg, l-louse managers. The ZBTS at Homecoming time threw a rollicking play- boy type party complete with live entertainment Featuring a comedian and a singer. As the weel4s slipped by social event alter social event was marlced oFf on the event calendar-beer suppers, record parties, a Fireside, a pa- jama party, and hayrides ata local ranch. A winter formal was held at the Towne Club and in the spring the Fellows travelled to the Nipper Sinlc Manor resort For another formal dance. When l-lumorology rolled around the ZBTS joined Forces with the Gamma Rhis to worl4 up a catchy little number. Throughout the year there was participation in inter- iraternity sports including football, basketball, and bad- minton. But itwas during the spring semester that the Fellows really started trimming sluggish muscles through long hours ot tennis and goli. The house ranked second among the lraternities, scholastically. Qlilicers were Bruce Cohen, Rresident, Norman Gold- berg, Vice-president, Robert Sigolotl, Secretary, Terry The Officers' Club. Brown, Treasurer, and Jerry Lasl4in, l-listorian. Zeta Beta Tau Zeta Beta Tau-First Row: S. Weil, R. Liss, R. Kulwin, B. Lerner, B. Cohen, Mrs. Crietields, N. Goldberg, R. Sigaloif, P. Brown, S. Rubin, N. Man coil, D. Sloan. Second Row: K. Yalowitz, R. Adler, N. l-lurwitz, l-l. Markowitz, J. Laslcin, J. Seessel, D. Kaminsky, L. Soll, S. l-lanfling, S. Stein berg, l-l. Greenberg. Third Row: J. Friedman, B. Reinisch, R. Gilbert, J. Scheuner, F. Weil, J. Sanford, M. Kalcheim, l-l. Pizer, M. Tinkleman S. Durschlag, l. Kornbluth, D. Jacobson, B. Small, G. Stein. Fourth Row: l-l. Meyer, A. Greenwald, K. Sunshine, D. Glickstein, A. Grossman, M Goodman, S. Narrow, R. Glassberg, B. Stern, F. Filtzer, S. Brown, l-l. Shapiro. Fifth Row: M. Ritlcin, J. Meitus, S. Evans, L. Wechsler, W. Rappa port, R. Bassman, W. Eiseman, J. Kupper, J. Sachs, A. Bordow, L. Kaplan, G. Roth. 427 X X X X S X X S X S X X S X S S I wx, .J YM xwmwmw m ff" ........, ,, 4 2.35 f 5 I Q1 N W NW W : NN: Effiy Z I ,.4 N. M, ,1,1 ESM? : JW , ' XMHM S 5 21 , s. ff 5.: 1 f 32 , - Q- 3 f 5 rf V ms! fa Q W3 I ,jig 35?H ag- 11' w HS W 'Q , , , ,..., ,,.. , , , ,,, ,. .,.,., ..,,..... Y ,,.., f ,: 3 , ' ,EFX .:5::-::,fg-:wg x .,., ., ,.,.,. 5 11 T . '3 fe , "f-211'1'1,e-f xi.-'-::'f-M::ffn'11-.. :.,:vf:1,ef.::::,wzgf 1-:-Q ' ffm, " ' "" ' .... g .,,.... 4 , ff endafw 7 22222 CDlJ CD Z J 7 f The thought of Future jobs occupied senior minds constantly 430 The senior year Went by in a haze and a rush. . so much to do. . .so much to Finish. , .but most ol all, so many plans to malce. . .the thought ol Future jobs occupied senior minds constantly . . . placement. . .intervievvs. . . salaries . . . these became common Words in senior conversations. . .engineers, economists, journalists, nurses, lawyers-after graduation, we would begin to earn these titles in a more practical sense. . .graduation came closer and we went about our business . . rejoicing in the idea that classes were almost over. . .and ignoring the thought that no luture learning experience would have the same carefree quality as college . Graduation came closer Placements . . , interviews . , . salaries . . . common words for a senior. QQ The day finally came. , . friends and relatives came to applaud four years of vyorlc. . .for us, mixed emotions. . . in one minute, it seemed tlwat We liad stepped from tlie present to tlwe future . . . for some, sadness at tlie finality of graduation . . . some tears at tlie life soon to pe left peliind . , . but also, disbelief tliat We liad Umade itn . . We were now Wisconsin alumnae . . . The day Finally came v- v . , X, . N ,..,f,,,f....,,,-,,.As- .f., . , V , .. , . A ,f .,.. ,, ,. . 42, ,f ' , , f ff 1 awyfwsfvvfw4,A4fzw4QmvMmwmwwnsvwfw ' i'YrP-7?e1f'.E?33.F3,5-L.4...si4LQg.l.gi....., ,-,-L -1 , , - ,- - From the present to the future Steve Weinke Fond du Lac, Wis. President Rosemary Robertson Menasha, Wis. Secretary Pam Hendricks Hammond, Ind. Vice-President Senior Officers 434 Mike Garber Beauvelt, N. Y. Treasurer Senior Council-First Row: l.. Dodge, S. Weinlce, M. Garber, D. Hundhausen,W. Hallam, M. Brunner. Second Row: D. Krause, R. Tosti, J. Brown, J. Lewnau, P. Hendriclcs, R. Robertson, B. Ruby, B. Gordon, J. Hughes. Senior Council llwe Senior Council, composed oi sixteen members ciiosen by interview, met every other weel4 to discuss tlwe planning for graduation and time uniiying oi time Senior Class. The members represented many areas of study and many dinferent parts oi tlwe country. Under time leaderslwip ol tire Senior Class otiicers, tlwe council lwelped to carry out tlwe 'igrande Finale" ol university days. Tlwis year tlwe Senior Council planned many new programs. A fall convocation for all seniors was iield to acquaint tlwe prospective graduates witlw job opportunities. Rresident Conrad lflvelwjem,Carl Steiger ol tlwe Board of Regents, Dean oi Students l.eroy Luberg, and Emily Clwervenikoi time University Placement Bureau were spealcers at tlwe convocation. llwe Council arranged for Governor Gaylord Nelson and President Conrad lflveliiem to attend time mid-term graduation. Rroiessor James Crow delivered tlwe commence- ment address and Dave Klingenstein gave time student address. ln addition, tlwe Council made tlwe selection ol time Senior Class gift and publislwed a series oi Senior newsletters. 435 Law Seniors 436 Bernsteen, Lee A. Birkeland Anders Bracler, Thomas D. Briclcle, Thomas C. Callan, Edward W. Christianson, George Davis, Howard A. Derning, John P. Donlin, W. Patrick Dougherty, Philip R. Elliott, Phil, Jr. Engler, William D. Gimbel, Stanley P. Grinstein, Peter B. l-lecht, David M. l-lertel, William E. Jurgensen, Dale E. Kreunen, Warren L. Langman, Wendell B. Lepp, Nathaniel S. Lindenloaum, Leon E. Long, Theodore, J. lvlalawslcy, Donald N Miyamoto, Roy M. Morris, John P. Nafzger, Daniel A. Nelson, Robert F. Neuheisel, Richard G Niesen, Frank E. Nobles, William L. Okrent, Stuart Osborne, Ralph E. Pappas, David J. Perlstein, Jerold l. Ptacelc, Anthony W. Ragatz, Thomas G. Rath, Jaclc L. Retzlatf, Raymond L. Robinson, Franklin E. Rubbert, William R. Rush, Barrie J. Sanderson, Robert L. Schumacher, Duane P Seeling, Donald C. Selby, Stanley R. Shea, Jeremy C. Smith, Joel P. Swenson, Richard A. Timlcen, Thomas R. Torphy, Thomas E. Van Metre, Jaclc W. Webster, James E. Wimmer, Joseph E. Wojta, Arthur J. Wynia, Clyde D. Zale, Matthew J. Zilavy, Thomas D. Graduating Nurses . !.7TE5'9: ,VV5,33 f.... ,. V.-A . .s,., .. Vs Vi.-ist i ms. ws.-2 1 sem . .fs. .gA: :. Q .u, ', 2. 2: irish," - -Cf' 'Spf V V '- " it . zV -::fe:.:s-.V::a- .ws 1.-1...-V t V' -1 ' 1 st.. :V ,.Vq: . Vzm... -s ':1':.-.::::s .-.fs V - 2, Q. 413' ff'-ff . SVI-'Zi V- ' V ,-g .ZNI 'I 'M - ig 52289 I: ' - .Q -X3 gfiihg ' f ,f.s f. V1 5 , - .,,,,1i:vggSia2-V V, l ' 1: 'Z,l:. , A 333' " :S 5 .MIKE " ', ' ,' Q51 Vs .iV..V:r- . 'V - gy, ,. A s ,. ,. 56, , . , , , , . A . ,v s ,M . .,.. -,w X' -cf:-V--'-21-f '1,.'a1sx:h-ti, ME, ' N -. " 1 .1, --g:.g,V,.f.:,. f-:-... V4 . V - .. e.ee.....ee V , 2'-1-:fm-:, , . 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Babb, Virginia A. Babiarz, Robert E. Babler, Janis K. Baer, Barbara A. Bailey, Ronald W. Baker, George M. Baker, John L. Baker, Vernon W. Balcom, William T. Baldwin, Keith R. Balian, Richard S. Baltes, Robert T. Bangs, Arlin M. Bannister, Fred M. Banov, Leba L. Barash, l-larvey L. Barber, Frederick R. Barnes, Gerald C. Bassett, Cynthia Batterman, Richard l-l. Battist, Gerald E. Battiste, Andree G. Bauer, Judith E. Abbott Bauer : -..., NE L-rf' Mg! 1' :ac 1 tiff 439 ,,. Bauhs - Bohm Bauhs, David J. Baumgardt, Jerome G. Bawden, Mary E. Bay, Kenneth G. Bayer, Leonard R. Beall, Herbert A. Beauto, CliFlord R. Beck, Joan T. Beckenbaugh, Judy L. Becker, Carl R., Jr. Becker, Thomas J. Becker, Ulrich Bedwinek, Penny L. Beecher, Gary R. Beeckler, C. Eugene Behrens, Frederick A. Beidler, Donald B. Bell, Margery J. Bell, Ruth R. Beneker, Floyd D. Benkert, Carolyn J. Benner, Virginia F. Bennett, Michael R. Beno, James W. Benson, Barbara A. Benson, Robert L. Bentson, John R. Benz, James A. Berg, Marcia N. Berger, Kaspar G. Beringer, John C. Bernhardt, Nancy L. Betla, Corinne S. Betlach, Gary A. Beyer, Linda L. Bierman, Elaine l-l. Bierzychudek, Edwin J Billings, Mary l-l. Birren, Judith Bishop, John L. Bissonnette, Jerry L. Bittner, Carole J. Bittner, Thomas R. Bjerke, Robert A. Blanchard, Dianne L. Blankstein, Shiela T. Bleecker, Sharon A. Blessinger, Gerald M. Blizzard, James D. Blom, Marjorie G. Bloom, Prudence D. Boerschinger, Irene M. Boettcher, Nancy L. Bohm, Robert P. - Bohmrich, Jay J. Bohnen, Roberta G. Bolan, Carole A. Bontly, Thomas J. Borchardt, Charles Borland, Anne N. Bosben, Robert J. Boss, Barbara A. Bottomley, Wayne L Boutell, Charles J. Bovee, Jan M. Bovino, Charles A, Bowen, Ross R. Bowley, Judith A. Boylan, Paul C. Boyle, Jeanne M. Bozdogan, Kirkor Braclcett, James R. Bradberg, Richard R Braden, Judith K. Bradley, Joan M. Brakebush, William Brandes, Stuart D. Brandt, Thomas F. Bratland, Gary L. Brauer, l-lerbert O. Brearley, Arthur Brelclce, Son'a l-l. Bremer, l-lale W. Brentan, Sandra M. Brethauer, Peter J. Bricker, Elaine E. Bridenhagen, Thoma Briese, Sue A. Brokaw, Joanne B. Brotz, Rodney R. Brown, Dale l-l. Brown, Janet C. Brown, Jerrie L. Brown, JoAnne A. Brown Scott L. Brown Thomas T. C William L. Brozelc, Bruestle, Gloria R. Bruni, Ronald F. Brunner, Gordon F. Brunner, Michael A. Buchverger, 'Sylvester C -L Buchta, Willard E. Buckley, Mollie E. Budz, Robert W. Buedingen, Richard P. Buehl, Charles W., Jr Buehler, Earl G. Bugel - Coggeshall Bugel, Thomas C. Burbey, Thomas G. Burcalow, Harry B. Burgarclt, Ann J. Burgy, Nancy L. Burke, William l-l. Burkhart, Janette Burlingame, John l-l. Burmeister, Robert A. Burnett, Lee B. Busch, Karen R. Buschick, Carol A. Bushey, Ellyn S. Buttner, Charles G. Button, Allan C. Byal, Wesley P. Cadman, Richard V. Caine, Margaret J. Caldwell, Carol A. Calvert, Millicent M. Candell, Barbara A. Cantwell, Michael W Capper, Charles, Jr. Cardinali, Angelo J. Carlsen, Jane M. Carlson, Barbara B. Carlson, Bonnie L. Carlson, Brian B. Carlson, Dave N. Carlson, James-D. Carlson, Mary L. Casciaro, Loretta M Casey, Yvonne M. Cech, Susan M. Cejka, Jeanne A. Celik, Betty A. Cerf, Virginia L. Chang, Meris Charlson, Karen B. Christensen, Janet R. Christensen, Nancy E. Christiansen, Nancy J. Christopherson, Richard W Church, Julie A. Clancy, Barbara A. Clark, Mary E. Clark, Wilbur L. Clarson, Elizabeth A. Claus, Roger W. Cleereman, Douglas P. Clemens, Donald W. Clemens, Joann M. Clish, Martin J. Coggeshall, Carol , Cohen, Arthur C. Cole, Alan C. Cole, Janet D. Coleman, Judy Collins, Carol V. Collins, Duane E. Combs, Thomas l-l. Compton, Bonnie S. Conrad, Edward A. Conrad, Gordon J., Jr. Coolc, Ronald E. Cooper, George W., Jr. Cooprider, Terrance E. Corbeille, Judith D. Corth, Thomas E. Cosentine, Louis G. Cosentino, Evelyn E. Cotter, Alvin J. Couper, Nancy A. Crane, John S. Culp, Philip C. Curley, Mary G. Curtin, Frances B. Curtis, Merlyn L. Daane, l-lenry G. Dahlgren, Dirk A. Dale, Larry D. D'Almaine, Charlotte L. Danelski, Thomas F. Daniels, Theodore W., Jr. Dannenberg, Lee L. Davidson, Roger E. Davies, Judith A. Davis, Diane E. Davison, Daniel P. DaWalt, Judy M. Dean, Tod DeCleene, Donald D. Dederich, Gerald J. DeGarmo, Theodore R. Del-lorn, John R. Dehring, Carol A. Deike, Jay A. Deischl, Dennis G. Del Fierro, Vito F., Jr. DeLong, Daniel R. Demo, Owen R. Dempsey, Mary Denenholz, Richard B. Deniger, Mary M. Dennis, Georgia Derleth, Henry M. DeRose, Paul A. Despres, Robert L. Cohen - Despres 5 r' if 'il Deutsch - Egstad Deutsch, Stephen E. Deutsch, Todd S. Devere, Nancy J. De Vos, Diane J. DeVries, Sophia DeWerth, Gordon l-l. Dexheimer, Richard J. De Young, June C. Dickinson, James D. Dinesen, Hans V. Dingle, Stanley O. Dolinlcy, Stuart Doneit, Jeanette M. Donovan, Judith A. Doonan, Douglas D. Doorninlc, John R, Dorfman, Gerald A. Draves, Annette M. Draves, Judith A. Dregne, David T. Drettmann, Marilyn K Drew, Elizabeth l-l. Drye, John N. DuBois, David J. DuBois, John G. Dubow, Devora L. Dudley, David G. Dudley, Jeanette M. Duescher, Wayne O. Duffy, Bruce C. Dumbleton, Duane D. Dunbar, Bruce F, Dunbar, William F, Dunn, Gordon N. Durlcin, Gilbert F. Durlcin, William l-l. Dutrisac, Richard W. Duzy, Judith E. ' Earleywine, Lauren E Eberhardt, John F. Eberhardt, Noel l-l. Eccles, Walter S. Eclcerle, Thomas C. Eclcrose, Wayne E. Eckstein, John P. Ederer, Constance J. Edgcumbe, Jean M. Edwards, Gene A. Edwards, George C. Eggers, Thomas J. Eggert, Darrell D. Egli, Charles G. Egnal, Freda R. Egstad, Sharron l-l.4 Ehle, Fredric F. Ehlers, Loren E. Eidenberg, Eugene Ellenbecker, Sidney J. Ellingson, John H. Elvehjem, Robert S. Engel, Charles H. Engelman, Lois A. Engersbaclc, Norman H. Engle, Francis W. Engler, Henry A., Jr. Epstein, Dava L. Epstein, Janice l. Erichsen, Janine P. Ernst, David F. Euclide, Roy F. Evans, Hugh W. Evers, Carol F. Evers, Lawrence W. Everts, Wayne P. Fabricant, Arnold S. Fagerland, David D. Fagerstrom, William B. Faich, Ronald G. Falle, Betty M. Fandrich, Robert T., Jr. Farley, David C. Farrell, John P. Faust, Wayne H. Feher, Judith L. Fehrman, Judith R. Feirn, Conrad F. Feldbruegge, Donald H. Felde, Robert A. Feldman, Ray C. Ferry, Carolyn A. Fett, John H. Feuerzeig, Henry L. Fey, William D. Fiebig, Joann L. Fine, Richard l. Finlc, Marilyn A. Finley, Elizabeth L. Finn, Daniel M. Finnegan, Dorothy J. Fins, Theodore S. Fischer, James H. Fish, Kathryn S. Fisher, Joyce M. Fisher, Mary A. Fishman, Phillip F. Fitzpatrick, Donald W. Flader, William A. Flynn, Elizabeth K. Ehle - Flynn Wk, J 'N--Q 445 Fogelberg - Geishirt 446 Fogelberg, Arnold C. Folkman, Albert G. Forrester, Anne C. Forsberg, Terrie A. Forster, Lawrence P. Fosdal, Frederick A. Foss, Erling M. Foster, James B. Fox, Barbara R. Fox, Carole R. Fox, Theresa M. Fraedrich, Karl E. Frahm, John l-l. Frank, Susan G. Franken, Patricia M. Franklin, Diane S. Frazier, Jacquelyn K. Freas, Carol E. Frederick, Joyce A. Frederick, Paul l-l. Freiburger, Rita A. Freifeld, Armin S. Freigang, Richard W. Freiwald, Raymond W French, Georgia Frentz, Thomas S. Frerilcs, Judith M. Frey, Margaret J. Friauf, Margaret L. Friedman, Judith A. Friedman, Louis D. Friedman, Susan H. Friedstein, Sheldon L. Fritz, John l-l. Froehlich, Roger M. Fuller, Frances F. Fullmer, Nancy C. Fyr, Donald W. Gaarder, Newell T. Gabert, Trent E. Gamroth, Janet M. Garber, Michael D. Gardenier, Judith A. Garland, Gene L. Garlock, Joel D. Garness, Marie l-l. Garvey, Edward R. Gasch, Jerrie W. Gasper, Kenneth A. Gasser, Ellis K. Gauerke, Phillip D. Gevert, Warren A. Geidel, Nancy L. Geishirt, Joanne V. George, Thomas A. Gerend, Robert P. Gerken, Gleva l-l. Gerlach, Frederick l-l Gettle, Rachel J. Giannasi, Robert A. Gibb, Elizabeth K. Gilbertson, Judith R. Gilbertson, Sandra K, Gill, Gloria Gilley, Emily J. Gionet, Yvonne A. Glass, Donald G. Glock, lola R. Goecks, Dennis L. Goldberg, Marion B. Goldstein, lsadora A. Goldstune, Peter J. Gollhardt, James B. Gomez, Wilma A, Goodson, Janice K. Goossens, Marie J. Gordon, Elizabeth Gorell, Richard L. Gorham, Charles T. Gorman, William J. Govan, Douglas K. Gratl, Barbara J. Grant, T. Anne Grantham, Thomas F. Graubart, Gale A. Greene, Alan T. Greenwood, Robert J Greenya, William A. Gregg, Sue S. Gritfith, Walter L. Grosenick, Clarice M. Gross, Daniel J. Grossman, Melvyn L. Groves, Alta Mae Gruber, Mary L. Guellcer, Marshall F. Gunderson, Leif F. Gustafson, Donald L. Gustine, Barbara J. Guthrie, Gail F. l-lass, Barbara E. l-laase, Grace F. l-laase, Kenneth K. Hackbart, August P. l-laclcenberg, Thomas J l-laefner, James A. l-lafele, Robert X. Hagberg, Louann M. Hagemeister - Hefty Hagemeister, Henry F Haimes, Peter E, Halderson, James L. Hallman, William R. Hall, Robert L., Jr. Hallman, William C. Halpren, Benjamin A. I-lalsman, lrene A. Halverson, Keith E. Halverson, Peder E. Hamerla, Judith A. Han, Bui C. Hancock, Peter D. Hanevvall, William M Hanlce, James S. Hansen, Beverly J. Hansen, Darryl T. Hansen, Don W. Hansen, Elizabeth G. Hansen, Jaclclyn S. Hansen, Karen C. Hansen, Richard N. Hanson, Frederick A. Hanson, James C. Hanson, Jerome G. Hanson, Jerome R. Hanson, John D. Hanson, Maureen A. Hanson, Sandra L. Harford, Sally L. Harms, Gary R. Harms, Susan J. Haroz, Mary M. Harris, Mary L. Harris, Richard H. Harsevoort, Ronald J. Hartig, Phyllis A. Hartman, Clifford A. Hartman, Grant H. Hartman, Jean B. Haskins, James E. Hassberg, Harlan L. Haase, Roger L. Hasselhofer, David E. Hassinger, William H. Hauch, Thomas A. Haug, Warren R. Haugan, Rolf A. Hough, Louis J. Havvlc, David G. Heath, Alta F. Hebal, Marilyn A. Hediger, Margaret H. Hefty, H. Owen I Heikkinen, Norman A. Heilprin, Lawrence J. Heinz, Joan M. Helbing, Sara Y. Helland, Bjarne Helle, Judith A. Helmbrecht, Marcia A. Helmuth, Arthur C. Helsabeclc, Dosier A. Hemmen, James M. Hendricks, Pamela R. Henlce, William L. Hephner, Arthur R. Herbst, Larry J. Hergert, Richard E. Herman, Keith E. Herr, William N. Herreicl, Diane J. Herreid, Peder H. Herriott, Andra J. Herrmann, James W. Herrmann, Marilyn J. Hersh, Sharon C. Hertting, Thomas A. Hess, John P. Hess, Robert W. Heyroth, Allen M. Hickolc, Barbara R. Hickson, William M. Hildebrand, Philip S. HiIFiker, Audrey L. Hillestad, Karen A. Himes, Thomas A. Hinkins, Jeanette A. Hintz, Ronald G. Hippenmeyer, Bill R. Hirsch, Peter M. Hirt, Harlan D. Hock, Kenneth J. Hoehne, Jerfrey P. Hoelter, James E. Hoesly, Mona L. Hoewisch, Walmer H. Hoffman, David J. Holdampf, Kathleen A. Holderby, Karen J. Holderness, Charles J. Hollenberger, Roy A. Holman, John C. Holoubek, Jerome F. Holzlcnecht, Frederick J Homzie, Marvin J. Homzie, Roberta R. Honold, Guy R. Hooper -Johnson Hooper, Ronald D. Hopp, James L. Hoppe, Wayne A. Hoppenfeld, Carol B. Horwitz, Brenda Hosp, Theodore J. Host, Ka ren Hotchkiss, Lucretia A. House, George E. Houtkamp, Sharon S. Hoveland, Janet R. Hoven, Harvey E. Howard, Kent D. Hoyer, Gale Cu. Hubbard, Joel D. Hudson, Robert L. Huebner, Carol A. HuFF, James W. HuFfman, Judith K. Hughes, John M. Hughes, Richard O. Hull, Carolyn R. Hundhausen, David F Hunter, Frances L. Huppler, John D. Huser, Bernard C. l-luser, Carmella A. Husting, William T. Hutter, Robert F. Hymore, Charles Af lhle, Linda L. lmingen, Mary S. Jackson, Curtis E. Jackson, Judith B. Jackson, Susan Jacobi, Edgar F. Jacobson, John R. Jacobson, Ronald H. Jahn, Charles L. Jansen, John T. Jautz, Robert J. Jelfords, Thomas V, Jensen, Judith A. Jensen, Norene A. Jenson, Karen M. Jinkins, Mary J. Johnson, Barbara M. Johnson, Bruce L. Johnson, Coe W. Johnson, E. Jeanette Johnson, Elizabeth C. Johnson, James O. Johnson, James V. Johnson, Ralph B., Jr. Johnson, Susan K. Johnson, Thomas S. Johnson, Wayne J. Jones, Duane E. Jones, Ellyn L. Jones, Michael E. Jones, Richard l-l. Jones, William C. Joy, Allen K. Kachel, Patricia S. Kading, David W. Kaercher, Ray A. Kaine, Barbara Kalscheur, Carol N. Kalscheur, Robert J. Kalupa, James E. Kaminski, Ronald J. Kane, RobertA., Jr. Kaphengst, Allen A. Kapoor, l-larnath Karls, Donna M. Karlson, Edward T. Karr, Burkhard E. Kartscholce, Robert P. Kaslqa, Barbara A. Kastner, Patricia A. Katie, Stuart I-l. Kaufman, Robert S. Keane, Jean A. Keck, William K. Keliher, Kathleen Keller, Shirley M. Kelsey, Edwin W. Kennedy, Rita M. Kenney, Ronald E. Kent, Maurice M. Kenyon, JoAnn l'i. Kepner, Glen W. Ke mar, Bruce A. Kidldle, Mary E. Kiedrowski, James A. Kielhold, Arlene l-l. Kies, Thomas D. Kiesling, David L. Kilthau, Jerome l-l. Kilton, Wayne N. Kim, Young M. Kinas, Kenneth P. Kind, Peter A. King, Carolyn-Jane l-l Kipen, Kenneth M. Kirch, Frederick J. Kirchner, Leon G. Klaetsch, Sydney E. Klauser -- Kruswiclci Klauser, James R. Klee, Barbara A. Klein, Ann G. Kleist, Donald J. Kleman, Nancy J. Klilca, Donald C. Klose, John P. Klotz, Carole E. Klotzko, Brenda S. Klukas, Herbert A. Knilans, Ronald S. Knohloclc, Judith A. Knothe, Robert J. Knutson, Donald E. Knutzen, Donald L. Kober, Dale P. Koch, Edgar L. Koenig, Leonard G. Kogut, Clara M. Kohlenberg, Sandra B. Kohlstedt, William G. Komro, James J. Kopeclc, Joseph C. Kopplin, Sally A. Korn, Margaret A. Korseberg, Gail A. Kort, Raymond C. Kortlcamp, Linda L. Kosloski, Carol A. Kotnout, Kenneth D. Kowalski, Judith J. Kowitz, Alice E. Kracmer, Agnes M. Kraemer, Richard J. KraFl:, Bonnie Kramer, Ted J. Kranendonlc, Donald l-l Krasny, Donald P. Krause, David R. Krause, Donald L. Krebs, l-larry J. Kreeger, Carol J. Krier, James E. Kripps Darlene G. Kritz, Mary M. Krivan, Dqvid C. Kroepfl, James F. Kroes, Elizabeth A. Krueger, Alice Krueger, Elaine C. Krueger, Larry V. Krupinslci, Fausta F. Krush, Neal G. Kruswicki, Adrian Kubley, Roy R. Kubniclc, Jerry L. Kuclchahn, Rosemarie Kuehn, Virginia A. Kuemmerlein, Patricia A. Kuetemeyer, John C. Kuflilc, Louise Kulcinslci, Gerald L. Kulwin, Richard J. Kumlce, Gordon W. Kunert, Kurt W. Kurtz, Peter H. Kussow, Wayne R. Kutz, Lawrence A. Kvool, Charles W. LaCourt, Kay M. LaFontaine, David L. Lallier, John R. Lamb, Donald K. Lambert, Milton B. Landergott, Jacqueline Landgraf, William Jr. Landmeier, Joyce M. Lane, Patricia A. Lange, Janice L. Langer, Judith A. Langnes, Gerald L. Langnes, Mary L. Lanz, William l-l. Lara, Leonidas Larkee, Robert L. LaRowe, Myron E. Larson, Donald L. Larson, Martha S. Larson, Raymond E. Larson, Sally J. Lasecl4i, Lambert L. Lathers, Mary E. Lawlor, Michael C. Lawrence, Gary G. Lea, Nancy A. Leach, Judith A. LeBauer, Alice L. Lee, Daniel T. Lee, Harland E. Lee, Leverne J. Lehrmann, James A. Leidel, Edwin M., Jr. Leitl, Elva M. LeMahieu, Sandra F. Lemanski, Leonard E. Lemon, Judith K. Lentz, Gretchen Lenzer, John P. Kubley - Lenzer -QQ! S "3 Lepalc - McCarth i' Lepalc, Ronald J. Lepinslci, Richard J. Lerner, Lucy J. Letendre, Cheri J. Leveque, Karen A. Leveroos, Mary P. Levin, Faye M. Levin, Nancy R. Lewis, Lawrence l. Lewitzke, Gary L. Lewnau, Janet H. Lichty, Thomas J. Liclcus, Barbara A. Liddle, Bradway A., Jr. Lienau, Janis L. Liggett, Sylvia L. Lighter,fMarilyn Lindgren, Wayne G. Lindmarlc, Mary C. Lindsay, Peter H. Lindsey, Ann L. Lindsey, Lucien B. Lindwall, Jon R. Lins, Suzanne List, Priscilla L. Lo, Hau-Chau J. Lochner, Robert H. Loft, Marilyn A . Logeman, John D., Jr. Long, Cynthia A. Long, Gordon A. Longrie, Leland L. Look, Kenneth W. Lorenz, Arthur W. Losey, David A. Loskot, Donna F. Love, Eleanor F. Loveless, Carole A. Lowell, Shirley M. Lowenthal, Jeffrey E. Lower, JoAnn H. Loy, Jean E. Luckow, Loraine D. Luedlce, Katherine E. Luetschwager, Donald W Luftig, Florence Luher, Merlin L. Luhman, Fred E. Lull, Robert E. Lunclin, Leona M. Lynn, Mary C. McBeath, Susan A. McCarthy, James F. McCarthy, Patricia A. McCartney, Melvin G. McClain, Richard E., Jr. McCorkle, William S., Jr. McEwen, Ann G. McGinnis, Catharine McLean, Edward L. XMcMillen, Donald F. McNelis, Carroll A. MacGregor, Roderick D., Maciolek, Ralph B. Mack, Peter M. Mack, Ronald N. Mackie, Marilyn R. MacNeil, Douglas M. Maclding, Carl M. Mahnke, Calvin C. Malchow, Harvey L. Malek, Virginia A. Mancofl, Neal A. Manning, Thomas M. Marks, Ethel R. Markworth, John A. Marauardt, Dale R. Marr, Mary L. Marshall, Ann N. Marshal, David R. Marshall, John R. Martell, Phyllis G. Martin, David E. Martin, David L. Martin, Judith L. Maruyama, Lenore S. Mashuda, Elaine G. Mason, Judith M. Massenza, Mary Massie, Marianne C. Matarrese, Roger R. Mather, Carmen L. Mather, Leilani M. Matoi, Amy E. Mattes, Roger E. ' Mattison, Martha A. Mattke, Phillip J. Mattson, Bengt l-l. Maxwell, Richard D. Mayer, Ralph E. Mayhew, Garry G. Mayhew, Margaret A. Mead, Julian E. Meckenstock, John L. Meisenheimer, Robert E. Meissner, Emily M. Melick, Gail B. Melin, Kenneth A. McCartney - Melin 'sf' 'J Gs .4 l-fxrf ML 4 i Melnilc, Lynn B. Melzer, Daniel W. Menzel, Lois M. Merkel, Barbara G. Mess, Alan W. Metcalf, Katherine A Meyer, Carol K. Meyer, Darell L. Meyer, Franklin F. Meyer, Karen R. Meyer, Raymond N. Meyers, Nancee L. Mided, Robert M. Mielke, Lloyd E. Milculslcy, Robert L. Milbrot, William E. Milestone, Donna R. Milheim, James G. Miller, Albert l-l., Jr. Miller, Charles D. Miller, Elizabeth K. Miller, James M. Miller, John M. Miller, Judy A. Miller, Thomas L. Millett, Caroline D. Millis, Janet M. Minerbi, Maurice A. Minor, Charlane M. Miracle, Jerry L. Mislce, Thomas J. Mitchell, Donna M. Mitchell, John W. Mitchell, Judith W. Mitchell, Marjorie E. Mizen, Neil J. Mol4re's, Jill l-l. Molzahn, Gary W. Monyette, Donald C Moore, Gerald F. Moore, James L. Moran, John J. Moran, Michael J. Morell, David L. Morgan, Margaret J Morimoto, Ailco Morris, Charles E. Morris, David R. Morrison, Nancy K. Morrissette, Douglas W Mosely, Gail A. Moss, Gerald A. Mrotek, David E. Mueller, Larry L. A Mueller, Larry L. Mueller, Patricia Mueller, Patricia L. Mullen, Richard L. Muller, Richard L. Munnichow, l-lermann Murphy, Sara S. Murray, Anita L. Murray, Douglas L. Murray, Judith A. Murray, Kathleen J. Murray, Lois M. Myers, Margaret B Nass, Barbara L. Naybert, James l-l. D. Neitzel, Frederic J. Nelson, Carl E. Nelson, Clyde J. Nelson, David F. Nelson, Eric V. Nelson, James G. Nelson, Marilyn W. Nelson, Nancy l. Nesbit, Nancy J. Nesvacil, Leon J. Netols, William G. Neumann, Michael R. Neumann, Sally A. Neuville, Sue E. Nguyen, Minh D. Nichols, Bruce E. Nichols, William O. Niebuhr, James M. Niedermeier, Robert W. Niedfeldt, Ronald D. A Nielsen, Garrett A. Nienow, Warner C, Nilsen, Reidar O. Noel, Sheldon l-l. Noflke, Ralph D. Nolin, Larry l-l. Nolte, Frederick W., Jr. Norburas, Stanley R., Jr. Norgord, Richard C. Norman, Suzanne Norris, Donald N. Norris, Mary E. Norseen, Richard W. Nygaard, Duane C. Oakland, Judith A. Oberhofer, Richard A. Oberli, Mary E. O'Connell, Patricia A. O'Donovan, Patricia A. Mueller - O'Donovan R 457 O'Gorman - Pfeiffer 458 O'Gorman, Robert E. Ogren, William L. O'Keane, Daniel F. Okey, James R. Olen, Kenneth R. Oleniczalc, Donald S. Olep, Elmer J. Oleson, John D. Olsen, Judith A. Olson, Carl E. Olson, Geraldine l. Olson, James A. Olson, Keith A. Olson, Laurine A. Olson, Ronald R. Olson, Ruth A. O'Meara, Kathleen M Onsrud, Kenton L. Orlando, Luloert J., Jr. Ott, Janet M. Otto, Joele B. Ovson, Joan E, Ovson, Maxine P. Paddock, Paul C. Palay, l-loward J. Palmer, Cornelia E. PandolFi, Joyce M. Parr, Thomas W., Jr. Parrott, Eldon F. Paslca, Ronald J. Paslce, James l-l. Pasqualucci, Alfred P. Paul, Judy A. Paulsen, Gary M. Payne, Neil F. Pearson, Richard J. Pearson, Scott R. Peck, Garry A. Peilfer, Judy l-l. Peilcert, Daniel J. Pellegrino, Ernest A., Jr Penshorn, John W. Perlson, Boyd E. Perozzi, Marjorie A. Peschel, Charles W. Peter, Thomas O., Jr. Peters Gilbert A. Petersen, Gary W. Peterson, Gary L. Peterson, Joan B. Peterson, Joel E. Peterson, Roger D. Peucker, Otto W. PfeiFFer, Norma J. Pfund, Gale A. Phelan, Mary l. Phillippi, William J. Phillips, Suzanne M. Pick, Leon J. Pierce, Allan A. Pierce, Richard O. Pierpont, David B. Pierringer, Dean E. Pingel, Louis A. Pitrof, James A. Plaenert, Judith K. Plenge, Susan K. Pluim, Ronald l.. Plunkett, Thomas F. Poehlman, Arthur G. Pofahl, Heidi M. Pohle, Susan S. Polhemus, Patricia S. Pollack, John R. Pollen, Ronald J. Polster, Peter F. Pommerening, Edwin Pooley, Alan S. Poon, Jason Pope, David P. Pope, John C. Potter, John M. Potter, Patricia A. Poukey, James W. Pozorski, Mary C. Premo, Karen A. Prendergast, Charles Pride, Lois J. Priebe, Thomas W. Pufahl, Onoka l. Quam, Donovan L. Quick, Constance E. Quick, Dennis L. Racolin, Barbara Raddant, Anina L. Radl, Joan M. Radtke, Sherman A. Raemisch, Sandra K. Raether, Ronald I. Ratiay, Donna J. Ragland, Alan A. Raqsdale, Susan M. Rahn, Bradner C. Randall, Patricia A. Randolph, Susan D. Ransom, Gerald R. Rasmussen, Gary J. C. Ravenhill, Marilyn A. Pfund - Ravenhill -S- 459 Rawlings, Kathleen Redler, Delores A. Redler, Steven B. Redmond, Michael J. Reed, Richard D. Regling, Ruth M. Reimer, Robert F. Reineclc, Thomas A. Reinert, Joan E. Remer, Louis P. Reulcema, Kent R. Reznsichek, Richard C Rhyner, Judith E. Ribbens, Richard W. Rice, Julian C. Rich, Thomas W. Richards, Howard C. Richards, William l-l. Riedeman, l-lelen L. Riehle, David R. Riemen, Robert K. Rigert, Margaret R. Rinsche, Carol D. Rivard, John L. Roach, Kenneth R. Robb, Charles S. Robbin, Barbara M. Robbin, Jeanette Robbins, Susan M. Roberg, Anita E. Roberts, Patricia A. Robertson, Rosemary Robinson, Lois M. Robinson, Richard A. Row, Patricia S. Roeber, Donald D. Rogers, Doris A. Rogers, James E. Rolland, Sandra C. Roman, Richard L. Rosa, Richard C. Rose, Michael G. Ross, Timothy W. Rossin, Robert L. Rossiter, Donna K. Roth, Beverly A. Roth, Mary F. Rothe, Marilyn L. Rotzoll, Brenda W. Rousar, Donald C. Rovell, Jacqueline S. Rowe, Thomas Q. Rozite, Agris Rubin, Stephen D. Rubinowitz, Martin J. Ruby, Betty J. Rudman, Linda S. Rudnick, James S. Ruedisili, Lon C. Ruf, Margaret A. Ruhland, Donna J. Ruppenthal, John E. Rusch, Kenneth C. Russell, Kay E. Rutherford, Reginald, lll Ryan, Patience K. Saari, Margaret M. Sackett, Stephen S. Sadauski, Rita A. Safer, Sharon C. Saiberlich, Marilyn E. Samuelson, Roland M. Sanderson, Kenneth R. Sandvold, Karen A. Sanford, Donald G. Santee, Martha M. Santoski, Norbert F. Satter, Bernice D. Savage, Kay E. Schaars, William J. Schaefer, George l-l. Schaffer, Richard R. Schallock, Gary W. Schaum, Sylvia A. Schaus, Richard C. Schefdore, George V. Schellin, Laurelyn R. Schendel, Michael C. Scherrer, Gail F. Schiffmayer, Jeffery P. Schiffmayer, Karl F. Schilling, Beverly J. Schleifer, Philip J. Schlesinger, Stuart A. Schley, Leo D. Schloemer, Karen J. Schmid, Carol M. Schmidt, Judith A. Schmidt, Leslyn M. Schmidt, Paul F. Schmidt, Robert P. Schmidt, Vernon P. Schmidtlce, David E. Schmidtlce, David J. Schmit, William C. Schmitt, Glenn l-l. Schmitz, Janet S. Schmitz, William O. Schneider - Shealfer Schneider, Kathryn J. Schneider, Robert B. Schoeneclcer, Lee A. Schoenfeld, Carol F. Schoenherr, Walter E. Schoepp, Henry C. Schommer, James B. Schrage, Schrimpf, Edward G. William l-l. Schroeder, Charles R. Schroeder, Dennis L. Schroeder, Joanne C. Schroeder, Joyce L. Schroeder, Kurt C. Schroeder, Terry R. Schubert, John C. Schueppert, George L. Schuldt, Michael W. Schull, Carolyn E. Schultz, Donald l-l. Schultz, Harland W. Schulz, Edwin W. Schulz, Julia A. Schumann, Polly M. Schunlc, Gene M. Schuth, Charles J. Schutz, Ralph V. Schwalbaclc, Mary Jo Schwantes, Stanley N. Schwartz, l-lenry J. Schwartz, Schwartz, Schwartz, Schwartz, Schwarz, Schwebs, Judith M. Libby F. Robert D. Sauci S. Norbert E. Leland A. Scobie, Katherine T. Scott, Guy R. Scott, James S. Seeger, Nancy A. Seeman, Bruce R. Seiler, David E. Sellers, Robert E., Jr. Seton, Telia L. Settecase, Kenneth C. Seymour, Nancy A. Shames, Susan J. Shanberg, Barbara J. Shannon, Richard C., Jr Shapiro, Irene B. Shapiro, Toby L. Sharlcanslcy, lna G. Sharp, Stephanie M. Sheaffer, Susan Shebu, Marlene A. Sheller, Karen E. Sheller, Sandra E. Shelton, Norman L. Sher, Marlene S. Sheridan, David A. Sheridan, Richard M. Shiels, Patrick J. Shinners, George F. Sholts, Erwin A. Shovers, Alan Shreve, Sally O. Shumway, Lynn O. Siegel, Gloria L. Sieja, Margaret A. Lievert, Peter A. Siggellcow, Dorothea Sigman, Brenda L. Simenson, Robert M. Simlcins, Linda L. Simmons, Hilbert l-l. Simon, Barbara Simon, John l-l. Singer, Richard Sinlce, Lucia J. Slattery, Charles L. Slocum, Sancha Smekrud, l-larvey O. Smith, Alan B. Smith, Barbara W. Smith, Charles F. Smith, David B., Jr. Smith, Ernest C. Smith, Gary D. Smith, Jeanette M. Smith, Lanny L. Smith, Lyle E. Smith, Peter S. Smith, Virginia M. Smrcina, Kurt L. Sneen, Malcolm A. Sobieski, James F. Solalcian, l-larry Sommers, Jean W. Sommers, LeRoy l-l. Sorenson, Lyn J. Spangler, John W. Spellens, Lawrence W Spindler, Alvin E. Stadler, Donald M, Stafeil, Walter W. Stampen, Jacob O. Standori, Claudia A. Stanelc, George K. stun., Richard A. h Stebnitz, Georgianna M. Steeno, Charles R. SteFFens, David M. SteFFes, David l-l. Stein, Nancy C. Steiner, Esther L. Steinmetz, Paul E. Steivang, Karen M. Stenson, Jacquelynn E. Stepe, Visvaldis A. Stephan, Thomas R. Stephenson, Carolyn R. Stern, Warren R. Sterr, Thomas C. Stetson, Kenneth W. Stetter, James E. Stettler, John R. Stettler, Werner, Jr. Stevens, George W. Stevens, Jacqueline E. Stevens, John W. Stich, Gerald L. Stignani, Janet A. Stillman, Jon C. St. John, Robert W. StoFFel, Anita M. Stollel, Stephen W. Stoltenberg, John P. Stone, Carol l-l. Stoskopf, Thomas E. Strade, Earl A. Strand, Jerome E. Strand, Ronald R. Strauss, Ronald L. Strey, Fredrick C. Strock, George M. Strom, Jacqueline S. Stromberg, Carl W., Jr. Strong, Barbara E. Stueck, Thomas C. Suehs, Allen A. Suhm, Stephen J. Sukup, Janice L. Sullivan, John F. Summers, William C. Sundby, Frederick J. Suter, JeFfery K. Sutkowski, Edward F. Sutton, Mary E. Sviatoslavsky, Nicolas N Swan, William A. Swanson, Carl E. Swardenski, Jay G. Sweet, Diane E. Swobocla, Glory A. Syse, Sonia C. Taclce, Susan M. Taft, Terril D. Tanneberg, Darlene J Taylor, Barbara C. Taylor, Marilyn J. Teasley, Mary B. Temkin, Laurel R. Terman, Sheila M. Terpening, Mary A, Terry, Thomas E. Tesarilc, Katherine M. Thelen, William Thiede, Roger L. Thiel, Richard R. Thiele, Eleanor R. Thielmann, Judith A. Thomas, Nancy K. Thomasma, William S. Thompson, Barbara J. Thompson, Charles S. Thompson, James G. Thompson, Patricia A. Thomsen, Paul M. Thomson, Richard l-l. Thoreson, Bruce D. Thoreson, Karen L. Thornton, John C. Thorp, Bruce E. Thorson, Austin T. Thronson, Ruth A. Thums, Raymond F. Ticlco, Barbara R. Tiegs, Carolyn J. Timm, Karyl M. Timm Stanley E. Todd, Martha c. Toll, Cherie L. Toman, Thomas R. Tosti, Rosalind Towers, Thomas W. Tralmer, John P. Trantow, Terence W. Traver, Edwin L. Trepa, Robert F. Trevisan, Patricia E. Trieglaff, Arlo J. Trinrud, Charles l. Trinrud, Ramona E. Trosch, Joel S. Trowbridge, Timothy C Trukenbrod, William S Trumrner - Walters 466 Trummer, l-leidi M. Tsoi, Katherine M. Turnen, Robert J. Uehling, Ann E. Underbrink, Charles D. Vaaler, Wayne E. Valdes, Sonja L. Vance, Karen R. Van Cura, Lawrence J. Van der Linden, Judith M Vander Meulen, David M Vander Velden, Lee R. Van l-lorn Van l-lorn Van l-lorn I Van l-lorn, Diane L. James C. Lawrence E. Susan C. Vanlcat, Elizabeth Van Nevel, J. Paul Van Straten, Bonnie L. Van Willigen, Sandra L. Vasaitis, Kazys A. Vater, Marilyn L. Veed, Alan M. Veldhuizen, Jack R. Vellema, James C. Verhulst, David C. Verhulst, Mavis K. Vilcins, lvars Vinay, Paola F. Vitkus, Richard F. Vlach, Robert E. Voellcer, Keith E. Voelker, Marilyn C. Vogel, Jacqueline B. Vogt, Celinda E. Voigtman, Edward W. Volk, l-larriet W. Vorpahl, Janet L. Vosmelc, Josef F. Voss, Nancy L. Waeffler, Rosemary Wagner, Robert E. Wagner, William W. Wahlstrom, LindaiK. Waite, Geraldine L. Walden, Gabriel S. Waleclca, Alice A. Walker, Paul J. Wall, Geraldine l-l. Wallach, Peter B. Wallin, Charles S. Wallin, Gerald P. Walter, Thomas J. Walters, Perry T. Walton, Joan Wamback, Doris A. Ward, Thomas A. Wartinbee, John W. Watson, Ellen K. Watt, Janice Wearing, Charles K. Webster, Daniel E. Wechter, Susan E. Wedlake, Gerald J. Weeks Walter O. r. I I J Wege, Robert W. Wegner, Donald l.. Wegner, l-larlan W. Wegner, Nancy M. Weigel, Joachim E. Weil, James S. Weil, Steven A. Weinbrenner, Leroy B Weiner, Barbara E. Weiner, Sandra l.. Weinke, Steven W. Weiss, Arnold R. Wells, Avery N. Welsch, John A. Wendland, Daniel W. Wenger, Karen G. Wentz, Carol Wenzel, Margaret A. Westerman, Ann I. Weston, Lee A. Wheat, James F. White, Ronald E. Whitiord, William C. Whitmore, Miriam A. Whitney, l-l. Ann Whyte, Florice A. Wiclc, Richard K. Wickstrom, Patricia A. Wiedenhoefer, Robert Wiegner, Edward A. Willce, Kathryn A. Wille, Gerald l-i. Willenson, Kenneth S. Williams l Williams, Williams Williams Williams Williams Willoughby, Rosann Alan R. David B. Fredric Reginald D. Ronald B. Suzanne R. Wilson, Eleanor Winston, Sanford l-l. Witt, Robert C. D. M. Walton - Witt YG' Witlich - Zuckerman Witrich, Lois A. Wittke, John F. Wittmann, Eugene W. Wittwer, David B. Witzel, Thomas F. Wojciehowski, James E Wojcik, James F. 9 Wolf-F, Virgilia Wolfman, Barbara A. Wollcenstein, Alan S. Wollitz, Audrey J. Wolodarsky, Eugene A Wong, Gregorio G. Wollard, John F. Worden, Nancy G. Wozadlo, Gary P. Wright, Dale E. Wurtz, Karen A. Wyatt, Richard l-l. Wylchuis, Fay A. Yanke, Wayne D. Yates, Annie-Jo E. Young, Raymond C. Ysebaert, Dawn M. Zanton, Mary E. Zarins, Gunars Zemliclca, Wilbur J. Zeratsky, John G. Zielenslci, Peter T. Zier, Arthur P. Zimmerman, Delano E. Zimmerman, Gary E. Zimmerman, Lee l-l. Zimmermann, Roberl W Zingler, Sandra J. Zingler, Warren L. Zirbel, Richard A. Zirwes, Flsie C. Zisoolc, Barry S. Zuckerman, Allan C. Senior Activities Index Bernsteen, Lee A.-Rhinelander-Law Birkeland, Anders-Stoughton-Law-Scabbard 6: Blade-Provost Corp-Golf-Phi Alpha Delta, treas-Theta Delta Chi, corres sec, hsefellow Brader, Thomas D.-Madison-Law-Phi Alpha Delta, pres, clerk-Beta' Theta Pi Brickle, Thomas C.-Fond du Lac-Law Callan, Edward 'WZ-Madison-Law-Moot Ct- Alpha Tau Omega Christianson, George E.-Lebanon, Pa.-Law-Phi Delta Phi-Legal Aid Soc-Stud Ct Davis, Howard A.-Madison-Law-Phi Kappa Phi-Wis Law Review-Pi Lambda Phi Deming, John P.-Brodhead-Law-Beta Theta Pi, soc ohm, v-pres Donlin, W. Patrick-Belleville-Law-Tf St Mary's- Legal Aid Soc-Phi Alpha Delta Dougherty, Philip R.-Sun Prairie-Law Elliott, Phil, Jr.-West Allis-Law-Forensics- Debate-Union Forum Comm-Dogrin, pres- WSA Intl Rel Comm-NSA Labor Ccmm-Hse- fellow-Kappa Sigma, pres, seo, pledge trainer Engler, William D., Jr.-Chilton-Law-Legal Aid Soc, v-ohm Gimbel, Stanley P.-Milwaukee-Law-Humo Pub Comm-Pi Lambda Phi, pres, treas Grinstein, Peter B.-ltlilwaukee-Law-Stud Ct, justice-Legal Aid Soc-Tau Epsilon Rho, pres- Phi Sigma Delta, v-pres Hecht, David M.-Grand Rapids, Mioh.-Law- Wis Law Review-Phi Alpha Delta Hertel, William E.-Chilton-Law-Wis Law Re- view-Legal Aid Soo-Phi Alpha Delta Jurgensen, Dale E.-Ellsworth-Law-Phi Delta Phi Kreunen, Warren L.-Bangor-Law-Phi Delta Phi Langman, Wendell B.-Madison-Law-Phi Delta Phi-Summer Prom, ohm Lepp, Nathaniel S.-Kenosha-Law Allen, Judith A.-Oshkosh-Nurs-Alpha Tau Delta- Eta Kappa Lambda-Chadbourne, jud chm- Barnard, act ohm Ankerson, Diane N.-Milwaukee-Nurs-Ti UWM- LHA comm-Alpha. Tau Delta, prog comm Benson, Mary E.-Janesville-Nurs-LHA Pers Comm, co-ohm-Alpha Tau Delta, marshal Burke, Karen E.-Darlington-Nurs-Nurs Stud Fao Coun, sr rep-Alpha Tau Delta, seo-Murray Hse, seo Caine, Margaret J.-Park Ridge, Ill.-Nurs-Wesley Stud Assn, sec-Three Squares Eating Co-op, sec-Civ Rights Stud Coun Ebben, Donna M.-Kohler-Nurs-Tf Sheboygan- Wis Players-Hoofers Sail Cb-Zoe Bayliss, v-pres- Alpha Tau Delta Ewing, Ruth H.-Mt. Horeb-Nurs-LSA, sec- NSW Guide-Alpha, Tau Delta-Barnard, serv ohm Falz, Catherine E.-Kiel-Nurs-Alpha Tau Delta, hist, soc ohm-Alpha Chi Omega, hse pres Fish, Kathryn S.-Evanston, Ill.-Nurs-Alpha Tau Delta, rush ohm-Langdon Hall, seo-Gamma Phi Beta, campus oarn ohm Hanson, Maureen A.-Almena-Nurs-Sigma Epsilon Sigma-Soph Honors-Frat Buyers Co-op Bd of Dir, sec-LSA, speakers ohm, choir-Alpha Tau Delta, oust-Zoe Bayliss, sec, bd of dir A Abbott, Brian C.-Chicago, Ill.-Pol Sci-Phi Eta Sigma-Phi Kappa Phi-Union PR Comm, dir- Campus Cam, gen ohm, prom ohm-Homecoming, pub ohm-NSW Guide-Octopus, adv rngr Abbott, Steven L.-Madison-Pol Soi-Tf Whitman- Band-Conserv Cb-FLTP-Insight and Outlook -Phi Gamma Delta, rec sec, alumni rel ohm Adams, Wellington B., Jr.-Milwaukee-ChE-Tf UWM-Sigma Delta Omega Adamson, Carol A.-Rockford, Ill.-Hist-Badger Party, sec-Humo, pub ohm-Cardinal, act ed- New Idea. pub dir-NSA, seo-Prom, pub chm- Badger Block, pub Sz prod ohm-Campus Carn Arrang Comm-Union PR Comm, publ chm- Hoofers-Alpha Xi Delta, soc ohm, song ohm Adamson, Verlyn G.-Monticello-Acct-Tf Platte- ville-Alpha Kappa Psi, pres, rit master Adaskavich, Nancy A.-Shelby, Mont.-Com-Market Cb-Hoofers Ski Cb-Union Forum Comm- Phi Chi Theta-Kappa Alpha Theta Addington, Ann E.-Kenilworth, Ill.-EEd-Sigma Epsilon Sigma, banq ohm-Pi Lambda Theta- Kappa Kappa Gamma., v-pres. treas Adler, Bonnie B.-New York, N.Y.-Soc-NSW Guide-Res Aide-Wis Players- WSA Human Rel Comm-Shepard, soo shm-Villa Maria, jud bd Adler, Lawrence J.-White Plains, N.Y.-Soc-Mens Glee Cb-Cardinal-Hillel LAW SENIORS Lindenbaum, Leon E.-Sturgeon Bay-Law-Can dinal, asst sport ed-Zeta Beta Tau Long, Theodore J.-VVild Rose-Law-Phi Alpha Delta Malawsky, Donald N.-Milwaukee-Law 6: Econ- Stud Ct, justice-Legal Aid Soc-Union Film Iqomm-Tau Epsilon Rho, v-chanc-Alpha Epsilon i Miyamoto, Roy M.-Honolulu, Hawaii-Law Morris, John P.-lvladison-Law-Phi Alpha Delta- Stud Ct Rep Nafzger, Daniel A.-Monroe-Law Nelson, Robert F.-Elm Grove-Law Neuheisel, Richard G.-Madison-Law-ALSA, natl ohm, V-pres-Law Stud Assn, pres-Phi Alpha Delta-Beta Theta Pi Niesen, Frank E.-Port Wasliington-Laiw'-YGOP, seo-I-Ioofers-Sigma Delta Omega, pres, sec- Delta Theta Phi-Law Cb-AlChE-AICE- Chi Phi Nobles, William L,-Wis Rapids-Law Okrent, Stuart-Milwaukee-Law-B e t a A 1 p h a Psi-Kappa Eta Kappa, hsefellow-Stud Ct- Tau Epsilon Rho, treas-Vilas Hse, treas-Phi Sigma Delta, hsefellow Osbome, Ralph E.-Sparta-Law-Phi Alpha Delta- Legal Aid Soc Pappas, David J.-Madison--Law' Perlstein, Jerold I.-Milwaukee-Law-Tau Epsilon Rho, sec, treas, v-pres-Stud Ct, def coun, pros, justice-Mens Glee Cb-Alpha Epsilon Pi, pledge pres Ptacek, Anthony W.-Cudahy-Law-Phi Delta Phi Ragatz, Thomas G.-Madison-Law cl: Acct-Beta Gamma Sigma-Wis Law Review, ed-Natl Conf of Law Reviews-Phi Delta Plii-Beta Alpha Psi- Sigma Chi, pres Rath, Jack L.-Fountain City-Law Retzlaff, Raymond L.-Shorewood-Law-Theta Chi GRADUATING NURSES Helmke, Ruth M.-Madison-Nurs-Calvary, recep, choir pres-URC, adm ohm-Alpha Tau Delta prog ohm Hess, Mary E.-Madison-Nurs-LSA, oommissary ohm, choir-Bethal Choir-Wmns Choir-Alpha Tau Delta-Gamma Phi Beta, asst rush ohm, stand ohm Isberg, Jo A.-Burlington-Nurs-Sigma Epsilon Sigma-Soph Honors-Pres Hse Choir-NSW Guide-WSA Parents Wknd, fac recep cornm- Alpha Tau Delta, v-pres, pres-Slichter Hall, AWS rep-Gamma Phi Beta, rit ohm Zalgolison, Shelby J.-Wausau-Nurs-Alpha Tau eta Kaiser, Mary E,-Shawano-Nurs-Tf St. Teresa- Alpha Tau Delta Karla, Donna M.-Fond du Lac-Nurs-Alpha Tau Delta-Union Dance Comm-Kappa Delta Lehmann, Judith E.-Libertyville, Ill.-Nurs-Cab varv Conn, Choir-Stud-Fac Coun, jr class rep- Alpha Tau Delta, proj ohm Magnuson, Marsha A.-Oskhosh-Nurs-Alpha Tau Delta-Delta Gamma Nolte, Sandra M.-Watertown-Nurs-Eta Kappa Lambda-Crucible-Soph Honors-WIC-NSW- AWS Housing Comm, ohm-IAWS Conv-Alpha Tau Delta, treas-Liz VVate1's, v-pres, Unit I pres GRADUATING SENIORS Allan, Kenneth N.-Milwaukee-ME-Tf UWM- Pi Tau Sigma-Band-ASNIE Allen, Joanne M.-Evanston, Ill.-EEd-Tf Dennison -Scheders-Pres Hse-Badger, sr staff-Kappa Kappa Gamma, pr ohm Altschul, Alfred S.-Chicago, Ill.-Econ-Forensics -IF Cong, ath ohm-WSA Curr Eval Comm- WSA Acad Free Comm-Hillel-Humo Inter-acts Comm-Tennis-Alpha Epsilon Pi, seo, v-pres, pres Altschul, Sanford M.-Chicago, Ill.-Pol Soi-Hillel. v-pres, charity ohm-Pan of Am-Hunio-Alpha Epsilon Pi, sec Amerell, Judith L.-Madison-Eng-Fr Honors Amundson, Judith M.--Stoughton-EEd-LSA-Deb ta Gamma, Humo, Tourn of Song, soo serv ohm Andereck, Nathan D.-Monroe-Span-USF, v-pres- URC, rep, morningside ohm-Tarrant Hse, soo ohm Anderson, Dean K.-Amherst-ME-Tf Stevens Point-ASME-LSA Anderson, Judith C.-Hopkins, Minn.-Phy Med- YGOP-Phi Theta-Channing-Murray, sec, v-pres -Newman Cb U Anderson, Robert E.-Milwaukee-Econ-Cardinal -WSA Pub Comm, ohm- IF Rush Comm, chm- Campus Carn Judge-Provost Corp-Mil Ball Display Comm, ohm-Tf Guide-Hooters Sail Cb- Football-Canterbury Cb- Sigma Chi, pledge pros, exec comm 1 I , Anderson, William J.-Wisconsin Rapids-C1E- Tf Stevens Point-ASCE-Chi Epsilon Rolginson, Franklin E.-Platteville-Law-Phi Alpha eta Rubbert, William R.-Appleton-Law-Legal Aid Soo-Phi Alpha Delta Riisgr, Barrie J.-Monroe, Mich.-Law-Pi Lambda ii Sanderson, Robert L.-Milwaukee-Law-NDTA- Pi Lambda Phi Schumacher, Duane P.-Cashton-Law-Legal Aid Soo-Phi Alpha Delta, treas, IF, jud ohm-Beta Theta Pi Seeling, Donald C.-Ooonto Falls-Law-Tf Carroll Selgby, Stanley R.-Milwaukee-Law-Alpha Epsilon I Shea, Jeremy C.-Ashland-Law-Ti Northland- Delta Theta Phi, sec-Cardinal, sports ed-Wis Law Review, ed bd-Law School Advocate, assoo ed-Natl Law Review Conf, exec ohm-Law Cb Smith, Joel P.-Madison-Law Swenson, Richard A.-W e s t B e n d-L a w-T f Lawrence-Legal Aid Soc-Stud Ct, chief justice- Phi Alpha Delta Timken, Thomas R.-Madison-Law-Phi Alpha Delta Tolgplfy, Thomas E.-Milwaukee-Law-Phi Alpha eta Vagh-Metre, Jack W.-Ripon-Law-Tf Miami of io Webster, James E.-Madison-Law Wimmer, Joseph E.-Watertown-Law-Legal Aid Soc-Canterbury Cb-Phi Alpha Delta-Tau Kappa Epsilon Wojta, Arthur J.-Manitowoc-Law-IF Jud Conn, chin-Phi Delta Phi Wynia, Clyde D.-Cornell-Law-Tf Gordon of Boston-Fireside Forum, pres-Phi Alpha Delta Zale, Matthew J.-Cudahy-Law-Stud Ct, def coun Zilavy, Thomas D.-Milwaukee-Law-Legal Aid Soo-Wis Law Review-Phi Alpha Delta-Sigma Phi Norris, Mary E.-Janesville-Nurs-Newman Cb- Kiekhofer Hse, treas-lllurray Hse, treas-Alpha Tau Delta, news co-ed Onan, Sara A.-Mayville-Nurs-Alpha Tau Delta- Wesley Found-Union Pers Comm-NSW Guide- WSA Elec Comm-AWS Sr Swingout Pub Comm- AWS Big Sister-Gregory Hse, summer pres- Alpllta Phi, corres sec, sr coun rep, Campus Carn v-c m Pozorski, Mary C.-Shorewood-Nurs-Parents Wknd Comm-Sr Swingout Comm-NSW Guide-New- man Cb-Alpha Tau Delta, corres sec Santee, Martha M.-Dixon, Ill.-Nurs-Sigma Ep- silon Sigma-Wis Players-Alpha Tau Delta Spear, Merelyn A.-Elm Grove-Nurs-Alpha Tau Delta.-Badger Cb, jud ohm, Homecoming ohm- Cole Hall, jud ohm Stewart, Sharon A.-Poynette-Nurs-Alpha Tau Delta Thompson, Roberta P.-Madison-Nurs-Alpha Tau Delta Traut, Mary K.-Oak Park, Ill.-Nurs-Alpha Tau Delta-Parents Wlmd lnvit Comm-Kappa Kappa Gamma Vater, Marilyn L.-Wausau-Nurs-Tf UWM-Alpha Tau Delta-LSA-Pres Hse, choir H.-Oconomowoc-Histo-Scabbard Invest Comm-Nlaroh Baud-Psi ohm, treats E.-Green Bay-HEc-Germ Cb- Liz Waters II, asst soo ohm Angrilcgk, Harvey J.-Milwaukee-CiE-Ti UWM- AS E Annear, Barbara A.-Richland Center-Bus Ed- Sigma Epsilon Sigma-Soph Honors-Phi Kappa Phi-CCF-YGOP-Cardinal .Band-Barnard. Jud ohm-Schoenleber, treas-Phi Chi Theta, pres, natl coun h Anthold, Robert C.-Manitowoc-EE-Tf Manitowoc -Pistol Team--Baptist Stud Ctr, treas-AIEE-IRE -WLI-lA-Conover Hse, v-pres, sec . Anton, Louise E.--Peoria, Ill.-Speech-Hillel-YDem -Campus Carn Fin Comm-AWS Acad AFiairs Comm-Sigma Alpha Eta-Broese Hse, v-pres Antoiifei Plau1P.-Two Rivers-Pharm-Ti Manitowoc Andrews, John 5: Blade-IF Upsilon, rush Andrews, Mary 1 Arle, Mary M.-Manitowoc-A Art-Ti Manitowoc- YDems-St Paul Choir-Newman Cb-Union Art Gal Comm-ISA-Tabard Inn, tnreas Amovitz, Arlyne J.-Marinette-Sp Cor-WRA- Hillel-Union Film Comm-Hampton Hse, soc olrm Arteberry, Joan K.-St. Charles, lll.-Nurs- Fi Northwestern-Union PR Comm-WSA PR Conmi -Campus Carn Comm-Ann Emery, usst coun- Delta. Zeta, asst rush ohm, stand comm W 1 Atwood, Katherine C.-lVuuwatosu-SEd-Ubi' 469 B Babb, Virginia A.-Milwaukee-Fren-YGOP-Pam Hel Rush Coun-Badger Olym Pub Comm-Prom Dec Comm-Alpha Phi, rush chm, sec Babiarz, Robert E.-Chicago, Ill.-h'lE-SAh'l- ASh'lE-Campus Carn Fin Comm- NSW Guide- Newman Cb-Crew-Delta Tau Delta, treas, ath C HH Bahler, Janis K.-Monroe-HEc-Sigma Epsilon Sigma-Phi Upsilon Omicron, hist-Eta Kappa Lambda-Omicron Nu. stud coun rep-Euthenics- Slichter Scoop, erl-IAWS Conv Comm-LHA Cab Rep-LHA Spring Band. co-chm Baer, Barbara A.-Milwaukee-SEd-Pan-hel Rush Coun-Union Human Rel Comm-Alpha Epsilon Phi, hse pres Bailey, Ronald W.-Cliicago, Ill.-Pol Sci-Tf North Dakota--Baskebball-Track-Pan of Am-NAACP -Union Human Rel Comm Baker, George M.-Rockville, Md.-lntl Econ- Crew- Natl IFC-IF, sec, pres-Frat Buyers Co-op-Beta Theta Pi Baker, John L.-Gieen Bay-EE-Mil Ball, photo chm, band chm--Scabbard dz Blade-Badger- Phi Gamma Delta Baker, Vernon W.-Eau Claire-Pharm-Tf Eau Claire Balcom, William T.-Eau Claire-.louin-Tf Eau Claire-Alpha Delta Sigma Baldwin, Keith R.-Mauston-Com-Theta Chi Balian, Richard S.-Racine-Econ-Wrestling Baltes, Robert T.-Middleton-EE-AIEE-IRE, vfpres-Polygon, hd rep-Baseball-Wis Engineer, cn' mgr-Kappa Eta Kappa, pres Bangs, Arlin M.-Dalton-HEc-Eta Kappa Lambda -Mortar Bd, pres-Crucible-Phi Upsilon Omicron -WIC, pres-Blue Shield 4 H, pres-Stud Sen- Hliic Stud Coun-Euthenics-Slichter, pres Bannister, Fred M.-West Allis-Med Sci-Soph Honors-Hoofers Arch Cb-Phi Chi Banov, Leba L.-Charleston, S.C.-Hist-Hillel- Pan of Am Comm-Union Symp Comm-Alpha Epsilon Phi, rush chm Barash, Harvey L.-Madison-Zoo-Phi Beta Kappa -Phi Kappa Phi-Mace-Phi Eta Sigma, sec- New Idea, bus mgr-SLIC Publ Sub Comm, stud chm-Stud Sen-Elect Comm-Union Slimmer Pres -Forensics Barber, Frederick R.-Madison-Eng-W'ayland lNews, co-ed-Baptist Stud Ctr-Baptist Choir Barnes, Gerald C.-Madison-Zoo Bassett, Cynthia-Cleveland, Ohio-Econ-Tf Hollins -YGOP, exec coun,-Mock GOP Conv-Nixon- Lodge Cb-Alpha Phi Batterman, Richard H.-Beloit-CiE-Hoofers Ski Chb-Humo Prod Comm, cc-chm-Botlcin Hse, soc c m Battist, Gerald E.-Lake Mills-ChE-YGOP- AIChE-Cardinal Band-Badger Band-IF Rel Comm-Chi Phi Battiste, Andree G.-New York, N.Y.-EEd-Mock Conv-YWCA-Scheders-WEA-NEA Bauer, Judith E.-Sussex-Chem-Sigma Epsilon Sigma-Soph High Honors-ISA-AChS-Andeb son Hse tr , eas Bauhs, David J.-So, Milwaukee-Phy-Tf Notre Dame-Alpha Tau Omega Baumgardt, Jerome G.-Wausau -LB-Tf Wausau -ASME Bawden, Mary E.-Arena-EEd-Tf Platteville- Scheders Bay, Kenneth G.-Chasebury-EE-Gamma Delta- Badger Vet Org Bayer, Leonard R.-Schofield-An Hub-Saddle :Sz Sirloin Cb-FFA, pres-Christian Science Org, pres-Livestock Judge Team-Agr Stud Coun- Jt Coun Rep-Delta Theta Sigma, steward Beall, Herbert A.-Appleton-Chem-Phi Eta Sigma -Soph Honors-A.ChS-Jones Hse. v-pres Beauwt6vJijhgliEord R.-Superior-Pharm-Tf Superior Beck, Joan T.-Milwaukee-Art-Tf Mary Baldwin -Pi Beta Phi Beckenbaugh, Judy L.-Racine-EEd-Wis Pre- views-ILS Coun-Badger, org mgr-Badger Bd, sec-Delta Gamma, soc chm, schol chm Becker, Carl R., Jr.-Milwaukee-Agr-Econ-Tf Notre Dame-Alpha Tau Omega Becker, Thomas J.-Appleton-ChE-Alpha Chi Sigma Becker, Ulrich-Oshkosh-Acct-Tf Colorado-Alpha Kappa Psi Bedwinek, Penny L.-Charleston, W.Va.-Fren- Alpha Epsilon Phi Bee-cher, Gary R.-Sparta-An Hush-Saddle dc Sirloin, v-pres-FFA, v-pres, sec, treas-Calvary, choir'-NDTA-WSA Dist Commissioner-Delta Theta Sigma., hse mgr, alum co-ord, pledge trainer Beeckler, C. Eugene-Port Washington-Market- Tf St. Norbert-Com Bd-SAM-Delta Sigma Pi, sr v-pres Behrens, Frederick A.-Cedarburg-CiE-ASCE-IF Rush Comm-Pershing Rifles-Scabbard dz Blade- SAME-Mock Dem Conv-Badger Party-Conover Hse,r v-pes-Chi Phi, pledge trainer, treas, steward Beidler, Donald B.-Berwin, Pa.-Zoo-Ti Carroll- Gold-Pres Hse-AChS Bell, Margery J.-Fond du Lac-ChE-Euthenics- AWS Big Sister-Coeds Cong-HEc Hosp Day- Alpha Xi Delta, hse pres Bell, Ruth R.-Grayslake, Ill.-Oct-OT Cb-AWS Pere Comm-Kappa Alpha Theta, corres sec Beneker, Floyd D.-Prairie du Chien-Agr-Alpha Zeta-Agr Stud Coun, sec-FFA, pres-Saddle dz Sirloin-IF Rep-Newman Cb-Provost Corp- Delta Theta Sigma, pres 470 Benkert, Carolyn J.-Monroe-HEc-Tf Purdue- Omicron Nu, v-pres-Phi Upsilon Omicron- Euthenics-AWVS, sec-AWS Fash Show, Pub Comm-HEQ Hosp Day, design chm-IAVVS Natl Conv, dec chm-Parents lVknd Awards Comm- Union Gal Comm-Pledge Press Coun-Chi Omega, soc chm, pres Benner, Virginia F.-Janesville-Nat Sci-Soph Hon- ors-Newman Cb-Scheders-Liz VVaters, exec coun, comm co-ord, fin chm, commun comm, Hr chm Bennett, Michael R.-Chadron, Neb.--Marlcet- Crew-Sigma Alnha Epsilon, preceptor Beno, James W.-Green Bay-Bact Benson, Barbara A.-Waukegan, Ill.-Soc-Badger- Cardinal- Badger Party, sec-Pan-hel Ball Comm- Kappa Delta, soc chm Benson, Robert L.-Racine-Hist-LHA Cab Rep- Gilman Hse, ath chm Bentson, Tohn R.-Viroqua-Med-Phi Beta Kappa- Alpha Omega Alpha-Phi Eta Sigma-Concert Band Benz, James A.-LaCrosse-EE-Tf La Crosse-IRE Berg, Marcia N.-Rockford, Ill.-Am Inst-Wis Pre- views, co-chm-Nixon-Lodge Cb-'Pan-hel Ball Skit Comm-Union Pub Rel Comm-NSW Guide- NSW Co-ord-Campus Carn Buttons Comm- Langdon Hall, treas-Delta Gamma, rush chm. pres Berget, Kaspar G.-Argyle-CiE-LHA Cab-Sigma Alpha Epsilon Beringer, John C.-Neenah-Acct-Phi Eta Sigma- Beta Alpha Psi, V-pres-Homecoming Prog Comm, chm-Com Bd-Com Turnout, gen chm Bernhardt, Nancy L.-Cassville-Psych Betla, Corinne S.-Berwyn, Ill.-Soc Wk-Orchesis- Pres Hse-Union Theatre Comm-Alpha Xi Delta Betlach, Gary A.-Sun Prairie-Ins-Ins Soc, sec- Com Bd Beyer, Linda L.-Nlalone-llflarkct-AWS Fash Show -NSW Guide-Liz Waters IV, sec-Gamma Phi Beta, rush chm, style show chm, asst treas, asst pledge trainer Bierman, Elaine H.-Milwaukee-EEd-Scheders- SNEA-LSA-WSA Weif Proj Comm-YGOP, prog chm-Chi Omega, sec Bierzychudek, Edwin J.-Kenosha-Fin-Tf Kenosha -Fin Soc Billings, Mary H.-Madison-EEd-YWCA Smorgas- borg Comm, chm Birren, Judith-Woodstock, Ill.-Nat Sci-Sigma Epsilon Sigma-Soph Honors-Badger Block Card Comm, co-chm-Parents Wknd Comm-YGOP- Model UN-LSA Choir-Alpha Xi Delta, schol chm Bishop, John L.-Kenosha-An Hub-Tf Racine- Phi Kappa Phi-Alpha Zeta, treas-Saddle dz Sirloin, treas-Meats Judge Team-Livestock Judge Team-Little Intl, prog chm-Chamberlin Hse, ed dr schol chm-Babcock Hse, pres Bissormette,JerryL.-Franksville-Math-Dorrnistory -Turner Hse, schol chm Bittner, Carole J.-DePere-Eng :Sr Speech-Tf Valparaiso Bittner, Thomas R.-Waupun-Speech-Haresfoot -Scheders Bjerke, Robert A.-Foster-Hist-Tf Eau Claire Blanchard, Dianne L.-Madison-Nat Sci-Union House Comm, chm-Union Directorate Blankstein, Shiela T.-Milwaukee-Span-AWS Res Aide-Scheders-Hillel Review-Union Hse Comm -WSA Parents Wknd Invt Comm-WSA Lib dl Exam File Comm, chm-Badger-Cardinal, rep- Shepard, hist Bleecker, Sharon A.-Madison-HEc-Tf St. Cath- rine Blessiflger, Gerald M.-Milwaukee-Pharm-Tf UWM -APhA B'izzard, James D.-Madison-EE-Tf Eau Claire- AIEE Blom, Marjorie G.-Pella, Iowa-MdT-Tf UWM Bloom, Prudence D.-Rhinelander-Nat Sci-Scheders -Zoe Bayliss, hse coordin, hist Boerschinger, Irene M.-DePere-Chem-Tf Green Bay-Union Hse Rep-Tabard Inn, V-pres Boettcher, Nancy L.-Wauwatosa-Chem-Tf UWM -Phi Kappa Phi-Sigma. Epsilon Sigma-CCF, v-pres-Union Music Comm-WSA Scholarship Comm-WSA UN Comm-Liz III, sec-Kappa Delta, Humo, Tour of Song, Campus Carn Bohm, Robert P.-Milwaukee-Econ-Union Film lgpmm, chm-Provost Corp-Hillel-Alpha Epsilon 1 Bohmrich, Jay J.-West Bend-Econ-WSA UN Comm Bohnen, Roberta G.-Hinsdale, Ill.-Art-Tf Man- hattanville-YGOP, sec-Nixon-Lodge Cb-Union Forum Comm-WSA Parents Weekend-Mock GOP Conv-Delta Gamma, art chm, sec Bolan, Carole A.-Milwaukee-Chem-Tf UWM- gewman Cb-St. Pauls Chapel Choir-LHA Cab BP Bontly, Thomas J.-Madison-Eng-Octopus Borchardt, Charles-Milwaukee-Hist-Tf UWM Borland, Anne N.-Oshkosh-Hist-AWS, fashion model-AWS Pers Comm, chm-Sr Swingout, prom chm-Parents Wknd, pub chm-Dolphins- Humo Kickline, chm-Badger-Kappa Alpha Theta, Pan-hel rep, song chm, humo chm, prom skit Bosben, Robert J.-Madison-ME-ASME Boss, Barbara A.-Hales Corners-Pers Mgt-Tf UWM-Wmns Chorus-AWS Big Sister-Hum0- Tourn of Song-Phi Chi Theta-Kappa Delta, pledge sec, trees, WRA rep Bottlcimley, Wayne L.-Platteville-Zoo-Tf Platte- vi e Boutell, Charles J.-Milwaukee-Elect-AIEE-lRE- Amat Radio Soc, pres-Union Crafts Comm- Cosmo Hse, soc chm, pres Bovlee, Jan M.-Niagara-Acct-Noyes Hse, blood C Ill Bovino, Charles A'-Flushing N. Y.-Hist-Chorus -Mens Glee Cb-Provost Corp-Green Gables, pres -Alpha Chi Rho, chaplin Bowen, Ross R.-Plaintield-Journ-UYMCA, treas -Schreiner Hse, v-pres-Theta Delta Chi, pledge v-pres Bowly, Judith A.-Chicago, Ill.-Philo-TE Chicago- Dolphins-Philo Cb, seo-Wis Players-Hooters Ski Cb, soc chm-Hoofers Sail Cb-Chi Omega Boylan, Paul C.-Portage-Music-Iron Cross- Mace-Phi Mu Alpha, sec-SLIC, mus org chm- Stud Sen-Campus Chest, treas-Haresioot, sec- Pan of Am, pres Boyle, Jeanne M.-Wauwatosa-Zoo-Tf Macalester Bozdogan, Kirkor-Kayseri, Turkev-Reg Plan- Tf S. Illinois, Ankara, Turkey-UCCF, natl eiec comm-USF Rep, Human Rights Comm Brackett, James R.-Elk Mound-Agr Econ-Ti River Falls-Agr Econ Soc Bradberg, Richard R.-Wausau-Pol Sci-Tl Lawrence --Scabbarrl :Kr Blade Braden, Judith K.-Charles City, Iowa-Pers Mgt- Tf MacMurray-SAM-Kappa Kappa Gamma Bradley, Joan M.-Glencoe, Ill.-Eng-Pan-hel. pres-Pan-hel Jud Comm-Greek Week, co-chm- Badger Beauty-Wis Previews-Humo Kicklme- Ann Emery,v-pres-Pi Beta Phi, pledge v-pres, song chm, Pan-hel rep, rush chm, Humo chm Brakebush, William C.-Westfield-Acct-Beta Alpha Psi-Fin Soc-Poul Cb, treas Brandes, Stuart D.-Rockford, Ill.-Phy-Tf Purdue -IF Coun-Theta Chi, v-pres, schol chm Brandt, Thomas F,-Whitefish Bav-EE-MHA Camera Cb-MHA Radio Cb-WMHA-Am Radio Scc-Kappa Eta Kappa Bratland, Gary L.-Milwaukee-Pharm-WPhS- Campus Ice Carn-Campus Carn-Blood Drive Scabbard 8: Blade-Theta Chi Brauer, Herbert O.-Madison-Econ Brearley, Arthur-Waukesha-Nat Sci-Track-Cr0SS Country-LHA Cab Rep, Cent Pur Comm, Bk Exchange, chm-Spooner Hse, soc chm, seo, DNS Brekke, Sonja H.-Stoughton-Scand ' Bremer, Hale W.-Middleton-Eng-Tf Marmette- NCTC-Scheders U Brentan, Sandra M.-Los Angeles, Cal1f.-Art- Union Gal Comm A I Brethauer, Peter J.-Oconomowoc-Hist-Baptist Stud Ctr-Sigma Chi Bricker, Elaine E.-Milwaukee-Eng-Pan-bel Ball Prom Comm-Hillel-Sigma Delta Tau, infill, Dub chm, v-pres-Ideal Girl Bridenhagen, Thomas W.-Sturgeon Bay-EUS-'Tf Manitowac-Phi Eta Sigma-Newman Cb-Center Angle, ed , , Briese, Sue A.-Appleton-Speech-Tf Miami of Ohio-Union Soc Comm-Union Place Comm-AWS Fashion Show-Pres Hse-Langdon, res aide I Brokaw, Joanne B.-Madison-Eng-Sigma EDSHOD Sigma-Phi Kappa Phi-Mortar Bd-Stud Sen- Wis Previews-Pan-hel Rush Study, chm-NSW Guide-Humo Prom Comm-Kappa Alpha Theta, pres, soc chm Brgtz, Igadney R.-Sheboygan-ME-ASME-Hooters ail b , Brown, Dale H.-Indianapolis, Ind.-Bot-Swimming -NSW Guide-Badger Olympics, chm-IF, Pledge trainer chm, congress, advisor to pledge pres coun- Delta Upsilon pledge pres, soc chm . , Brown, Janet C.-Beaver Dam-Eng cScHxst-Tf R1D0!1 Brown, Jerrie L.-Columbus, Ohio-Met E-Alpha Chi Sigma-AIME-Mining dz Met. Cb ' Brown, JoAnne A.-Shell Lake-Music-Phi Kappa Phi-Wmns Chorus-A Cappella Choir, sec-UHIOH Rep-Senirgr Coun-Music Stud-Fac Comm, pres- Sigma Alp a ota, corres sec, pres , Brown, Smgott L.-Beaver Dam-ChE-AIChE-Wis Rocket oc Brown, Thomas T.-Wauwatosa-Eng-Tf UWM. lvlontana Brozek, William L.-Casco-Acct-Army Band' Bashford Hse, treas Q u Bruestle, Gloria R.-Cincinnati, Ohio-EEd-Tf Stephens-Univ Chorus-Chi Omega, act chm Bruni, Ronald F.-Madison-Acct-Soph Honors- Ins Soc-Beta Alpha Psi, DTSS Brunner, Gordon F.-Des Plaines, Ill.-ChE-AICTAE -Phi Lambda Upsilon-Newman Cb-Evans Scholars, pres, sec Brunner, Michael A.-Leopolis-Dairy Husb-Sr Coun-Alpha Zeta-Saddle dz Sirloin Cb-Blue Shield 4-H-Little Intl, gen chm-Babcock Hse, DFGS Buchberger, Sylvester C.-Schofield-AgrfAgI' Stud Coun-Newman Cb-Saddle do Sirloin Cb-IF Rep-Pledge Pres Coun-Delta Theta Sigma, pledge pres, pledge trainer Buchta, Willard E.-Milwaukee-Fin-IF Rel Comm. chm-Fin Soc-HGOP-Chi -Phi, rush chm, treas Buckley, Mollie E.-Kokomo, Ind,-Journ-Theta Sigma Phi, v-pres-Mortar Bd-Union News BUISSJ-1 -WSA Recog Comm, chm-Badger, ed, copy ed- Newsgreek-Wiscetiquette-Kappa Delta. Pledge pres, pub chm, hse pres Budz, Robert W.-Sobieski-Soc I Buedingen, Richard P.-Delaiield-Philo-Philo Cb- Hoofers Riding Cb, pres-Cardinal-LaFollette Hse, soc chm-Lambda Chi Alpha, corres sec Buehl, Charles W., Jr.-Janesvilh--Prod Mgt Buehler, Earl G.-Port Washington-Pol Sci-Delta Epsilon-Marching Band-Union hit Comm- MHA Loans Comm, chm-Dormsylvania, gen chm- LHA Cent Soc Comm-Sullivan Hall Formal, gen chm-Leopold Hse, sec, v-pres, pres l Bugel, Thomas C.-Madison-Acct-Tf Superior. San Diego-Newman Cb-Ins Soc Burbey, Thomas G.-Green Bay-CiE-ASCE- Nelson Hse, v-pres, treas Burcalow, Harry B.-Bruce-Dairy Hush-Saddle 8: Sirloin Cb, pub chm-Dairy Cattle Judg Team- Natl Dairy Cattle Cong-Agr Recog Banq, chm Burgardt, Ann J.-Milwaukee-Psych-Crucible, sec- Wis Previews-Fren Cb-Intl Cb-Union Coun- Stud Sen-Model UN-Mock Sen-Badger Party- New Idea-Fren Hse, pres-Liz Waters, hsefellow Burgy, Nancy L.-Monticello-HEc-Euthenics- Blue Shield 4-H Burke, William H.-Milwaukee-Poul Hub-Tf UWM-Poul Ch, pres Burkhart, Janette-Milwaukee-Eng-Ti Mary Bald- win-Humo-Mock GOP Conv-AWS Fashion Model-Badger, exec ed-Delta Gamma, corres sec Burlingame, John H.-Milwaukee-Eng-YGOP- Psi Upsilon U Burmeister, Robert A.-Milwaukee-MetE-Phi Kappa Phi-Tau Beta Pi, v-pres-Swimming- Haresfoot Pub Comm-Conserv Cb-NSW Comm- Insight dx Outlook-Turner Hse, treas, pres-Phi Gamma Delta Burnett, Lee B.-Flint, Mich.-Market-Tf Michigan Busch, Karen R.-Middleton-Soc ch Psych Buschick, Carol A.-Wauconda, Ill.-Phy Ed-Dol- phins, pub dir-Wmns PE Cb-Delta Zeta. v-pres Bushey, Ellyn S.-Lincolnwood, Ill.-EEd-Tf Albion -Univ Chorus-LSA-Hoofers Riding Cb, soc chm-Kappa Alpha Theta Buttner, Charles G.-Wonewoc-Pol Sci-Tf Olympic Jr-Theta Chi Button, Allan C.-Lake Geneva-Chem-Phi Beta Kappa-Phi Kappa Phi-Phi Eta Sigma-Phi Lambda Upsilon-Baptist Stud Ctr-Concert Band -March Band Byal, Wesley P.-Milwaukee-ME-Tf UWM- Philips Hse, pres, v-pres C Cadman, Richard V.-Evansville-ME-Phi Eta Sigma-Tau Beta Pi-ASME Caine, Margaret J.-Park Ridge, Ill.-Nurs-Wesley Stud Assn, sec-Three Squares Eating Co-op, sec-Civ Rights Stud Coun Caldwell, Carol A.-Fond du Lac-Fin-LSA Choir- AWS, treas, exec coun-WSA Placement Comm WSA Homecoming Button Com-WSA Fr Leader- ship Prog-NSW Guide-Phi Chi Theta-Alpha Chi Omega, v-pres, Campus Carn chm Calvert, Millicent M.-Benton-Zoo-Tf Whitewater -Wesley Found-A Cappella Choir-Delta Zeta Candell, Barbara A.-Shaker Heights, Ohio-Tf Centenary Jr-Art-Union Gal Comm-Kappa Alpha Theta Cantwell, Michael W.-Middleton-Fin-Track- Pledge Pres Coun, v-pres-Sigma Chi, pres, v-pres Capper, Charles, Jr.-Elgin, Iowa-Market-Market Cb-Tau Kappa Epsilon, treas, hist Cardinali, Angelo J.-Kenosha-Fin-Tf Kenosha- Fin Soc-Newman Cb-Ital Cb, pres Carlsen, Jane M.--Maiden Rock-SEd-Tf North- western, Minn.-Badger Christian Fellowship- Scheders-Zoe Bayliss, treas Carlson, Barbara B.-Madison-Eng-Tf Wooster- Delta Sigma Rho-Forensics-Union Lit Comm, Directorate, Tournaments Comm Chm Carlson, Bonnie L.-Sussex-EEd-YWCA Cab- Wesley Found-Tabard Inn, sec-Henman Hse, res aide Carlson, Brian B.-Madison-Eng-Ti Kenyon Carlson, Dave N.-Janesville-MetE-AIME--Swen- son Hse, v-pres, ath chm Carlson, James D.-Milwaukee-EE-Tf UWM, Superior-IRE-SSE Carlson, Mary L.-Madison-Psych-Tf Alabama- Chi Omega Casciaro, Loretta M.-Kenosha-HEc-Sr Swingout Comm-Slichter, soc ooord-Alpha Chi Omega Casey, Yvonne M.-Madison-ChD-HEc Hosp Day-Euthenics-Ag-HEC: Chorus-Union Soc Comm, sub comm chm Cech, Susan M.-LaGrange Park, Ill.-Econ-Badger, copy ed, prod mgr, ed-Badger Bd, v-pres-WSA, Gen Welfare Comm-NSW Guide--Union Tourn Comm-Union Forum Comm-Badger Beauty Contest, co-chm-Campus Party. sec-tres-Mock Dem Conv-AWS Fashion Show Comm-Stud for Kennedy Cb-Kappa Delta, v-pres, asst treas, Humo dir Cejka, Jeanne A-Milwaukee-Psych-Ti UWM- Sigma Epsilon Sigma-Soph Honors-Psi Chi Celik, Betty A.-Milwaukee-Phy Med-Alpha Delta Theta, hist Cert, Virginia L.-Pelham Manor, N.Y.-Hist-Tf Colby J r-Chi Omega Chang, Meris-Bethesda, Md.-Phy Med-Fashion Show-Human Rel Comm-Pan of Am-Wmns PE Stud-Fac Comm-NSW Guide-Phi Theta, pub chm-Chi Omega, pers chm Charlson, Karen B.-Eau Claire-Eng-Phi Kappa Phi-Soph Honors-Union Soc Comm-Union Place Comm-Homecoming Comm-Model UN- Parents Wknd Comm-Liz Waters, homecoming sub-chm, dining comm chm-Alpha Gamma Delta, lib, corres sec Christensen, Janet R.-Cambridge-HEc Christensen, Nancy E.-Madison-ChD-Pi Beta Phi Christiansen, Nancy J.-Lansdowne, Pa.-Journ- Soph Honors-Badger Blk, design chm-Pan-hel Rush Coun, chm-Homecoming Dec Comm- Union Theatre Comm-Cardinal Bd, sec, v-pres- SLIC Sub Com, pub-Delta Delta Delta, act chm, pres Christopherson, Richard W.-Wauwatosa-Acct- Phi Eta Sigma-Wis Previews-NDTA, pres- llgadger, sports stah'-Beta Alpha Psi-Beta Theta i, treas Church, Julie A.-Madison-EEd-Phi Beta Clancy, Barbara A.-Rhinelander-Zoo-Fr Camp Pers Comm-NSW Guide-AWS Big Sister- Delta Delta Delta, pres, treas Clark, Mary E.-Milwaukee-Sp Cor-Sigma Alpha Eta, pres-Badger-NSW Guide-WSA Acad Comm-WSA Welfare Proj, chm-Delta Gamma, rit chm Clarlksgiilbur L.-Shorewood-CiE-Tf Milwaukee Clarson, Elizabe'h A.-Fennimore--I-lEc-HEc Stud Coun, rep-Phi Upsilon Omicron-Slichter Hall, res aide Claus, ' Roger W.-Fond du Lac-Am Inst-Wis Previews-Navy Ball, pub chm-Mil Ball, news Ohm-Cardinal Bd, v-pres-Pledge Pres Coun, v-pres-IF Invest Comm-Cardinal, cir mgr, adv staff-NSW Guide-WSA Acad Affairs Comm- Stud Sen-Conserv Cb, pres-Insight dz Outlook- Phi Gamma Delta, soc chm Cleereman, Douglas P.-Kenosha-EE-Tf Racine- LSA-Kappa Eta Kappa Clemens, Donald W.-Wausau-Corr Adm-Tf Wausau -Calvary. DFGS. mens glee cb-YDem-Stud Sen Clemens Joann M.-Wausau-Math-Ti Wausau- Calvary Choir Clish, Martin J.-Marquette, Mich.-Plant Sci--Ti Bethany Luther-Badger Blk, pub chm-Alpha Gamma Rho, pledge pres, soc chm Cozzeshall, Carol-Chicago, Ill.-Asian Stud-Tf Chicago-Jr Orchesis-Theatre Make-up Comm- Pr Beta Phi Cohen, Arthur C.-Great Neck, N.Y.-Hist Cole, Alan C.-Victory-Acct-Iron Cross-Wrestling -Wis Previews, co-chm-Union Soc Comm-IF, v-pres-Beta Alpha Psi-Beta Theta Pi, pledge trainer, pres Cole, Janet D.-Madison-Pers Mgt-Tf Ball State Coleman, Judy-Highland Park, Ill.-Soc-Tf Cen- tenary Collins, Carol V.-Evergreen Park, Ill-Bact-Wmns Chorus Collins, Duane E.-Madison-ME-Tf UWM Combs, Thomas H.--Madison-Market-Market Cb --Newman Cb-Theta Delta Chi, hse mer Compton, Bonnie S.-New York, N.Y.-HEc-Wis Players-WSA Big Sister-Fashion Show-Union ?cS11rg1m-Union Hse Comm-Euthenics-Alpha 1 e a Conrad, Edward A.-West Allis-EE-Tf UWM-IRE Conrad, Gordon J., Jr.-Watertown-Pharm-WPl1S -Newman Cb-Kappa Psi, treas, pres-Conover Hse, Jud bd Cook, I Ronald E.-Marinette-Bank 8: Fin-Tf ' Marmette-Fin Soc-Ins Soc-SAM Cooper, George W., Jr.-Elm Grove-Psych-Mitchell Airmen Cooprider, Terrance E.-Tracy, Ia.-Chem-Tf Ken- osha, Racine-Phi Eta Sigma Corbeille, Judith D.-Racine-EEd-Scheders, v- pres-Liz Waters, Hr chm Corth, Thomas E.-Fond du Lac-EE-Phi Eta Sigma-Kappa Eta Kappa, treas-Concert Band- March Band-Haresfoot-Wis Eng-Chi Phi Cosentine, Louis G.-Western Springs, Ill.-Acct- Hooiers Sail Cb, v-commodorz-Beta Alpha Psi, sec Cosentmo, Evelyn E.-Racine-Nurs-Tf Racine- Alpha Tau Delta Cotter, Alvin I.-Prescott-ME-Stud Sen-SAE- Showerman Hse, v-pres, pres Couner, Nancy A.-Royal Oak, Mich.-Phv Med- Phi Theta-WSA Summer Bd. chm-WSA Retreat- WSA Recog Comm, Chm-Canterbury Cb, v-pres- Rush Coun-Fr Camp Coun-Liz Waters, hsefellowv -Kappa Delta, treas, corres sec. UN chm Crane, John S.-Madison-CiE-ASCE, v-pres, pres-Sigma Alpha Epsilon Culo, Philip C.-Madison-Acct Curley, Mary G.-Bridgeport, Conn.-Span-Sigma Delta Pi Curtin, Frances B.-Elmhurst, Ill.-Intl Rel-Pan-hel Ball Pub Comm, Arrang Comm-Rush Coun- Badger Party-Union PR Comm-WSA Place Comm-Badger NSW Guide-AWS Big Sister- Kappa Delta, corres sec, Union hse rep Curtis, Merlyn L.-Nekoosa-ME-Tf Stout-New- man Cb-ASME D Daane, Henry G.--Sheboygan Falls-CiE-ASCE -Sigma Phi Epsilon, hse mgr Dahlgren, Dirk A.-Wauwatosa-Math 6: Phy- Soph Honors-LHA Cab-Showerman Hse, v-pres, ath chm Dale, Larry D.-Coon Valley-Market-Ti LaCrossc- ' Market Cb-Ins Soc-SAM D'A maine, Charlotte L.-Chicago, Ill.-Art-Ti Illinois-YGOP-Alpha Gamma Delta Dalgielski, Thomas F.-Green Bay-Chem-Tf Green , ay Dali-iiels, Theodore W., Jr,-Jamaica Estates, N.Y.- ist Dannenberg, Lee L.-Milwaukee-Pharm-Tf UWM -Rilie Team, co-capt-Steve Hse, pres-Karma Psi Davidson, Roger E.-Milwaukee-Math-Tf UWM- Chorus-Mens Glee Cb-Union Theatre Comm- WSA Intl Rel Comm-Chamberlin Hse, ath chm Dav es, Judith A-Madison-Eng-Sigma Epsilon Sigma-Phi Beta Kappa-Phi Kappa Phi-Scheders -WSA Curr Comm, chm-Badger Davis, Diane E.-Ladysmith-Bus Ed-NSW Guide- Liz Waters, sec, exec coun, communications comm- Union PR Comm-Coeds Cong-Model UN- Phi Chi Theta, treas Davison, Daniel P.-Milwaukee-Philo DaWalt, Judy M.-Madison-Pol Sci Dean, Tod-Palatine, Ill.-Intl Rel-Ti Millikin- Newman Cb-Intl Night. mc-Homecoming Show, mc-Homecoming Comm-YGOP-Tau Kappa Epsilon DeCleene, Donald D.-Green Bay-Prod Mgt-Ti Green Bay Dederich, Gerald J.-Baraboo-Geol Cb DeGarmo, Theodore R.-Madison-EE-IRE DeHom. John R.-Thiensville-CiE-Tf Michigan llrglnrng dz Tech-Scabbarcl 6: Blade-ASME-Chi x Dehring, Carol A.-Oakiield-Music-Scheders-A Cappella Choir-Band, treas-Calvary, choir- Wis Players-Sigma Alpha Iota, rush chm. treas- Zoe Bavliss, music dir-Chadbourne, music dir Delkff, Jay. A,-Nekoosa-Psych-YGOP-Hooters Ski Cb-Sigma Nu, report, hist Deischl, Dennis G.-West Chicago, lll.-Geol- Geol Cb-Hoofers-Union Tourn Comm Del Flerro, Vito F., Jr.-Manila, Philippines-Agr- FFA-Newman Cb-Intl Cb Dtigong, Daniel R.-Madison-PEd-Phi Epsilon ap a I3 Demo, Owen R.-McGregor, Iowa-Soils-Tf Upper Iowa-Crops ciz Soils Cb-Land Judge Team- Alpha Gamma Rho, treas Dempsey, Marv-Palatine, Ill.-I-list-Tf Man- hattenville-YGOP-Delta Delta Delta, hist Denenholz, Richard B.-Chicago, Ill.-Pol Sci-IF Ath-Humo--Union PR Comm-Pi Lambda Phi, rush chm, soc chm, v-pres Deniger, Mary M.-Beaver Dam-HEc-Tf St Mary's Notre Dame-Newman Cb-Hooters Ski Cb- YDem-Homecoming Comm-Humo Comm-Union Hse Comm-Union Hse Rep-Kappa Delta Dennis, Georgxa-Wauwatosa-ChD-Sigma, Epsilon Sigma-Omicron Nu-Pan-hel, v pres, gen rush chm -WSA Pers Contact Comm-Ann Emery, jud bd- Kappa Alpha Theta, Pan-hel rep, stand chm, pledge pres Derleth, Henry M.-Beaver Dam-Phy Ed-Ath Bd, stud rep-Football DeRose, Paul A.-Kenosha-Phy-Showerman Hse, tlr chm Despres, Robert L.-Chicago, Ill.-Pol Sci-Union Forum Comm-Wis Players-New Idea-Alpha Delta Phi, treas, pledge pres, lit chm Deutsch, Stephen E.-New York, N.Y.-Math- Union Hse Rep-Phi Sigma Delta, pledgemaster Deutsch, Todd S.-Milwaukee-ME-Tf UWM- Hillel-NDTA-Wis Engineer, ed-ASME Devere, Nancy J.-Berlin-Soc Wk-Tf Vanderbilt- Intl Cb-Newman Cb-Chi Omega de Vos, Diane J.--Appleton-MdT-Alpha Delta Theta, Pan-hel rep, treas-Wallerstein Hse, treas DeVries, Sophia-Lake Geneva-EEd-Scheders- Homecoming Comm-Liz Waters, Hr chm-Leonard Hse, sec, treas DeWerth, Gordon H.-Wauwatosa-Pers Mgt- Tf UWM-Alpha Tau Omega Dexheimer, Richard J.-Sheboygan-Chem-Alpha Chi Sigma, report, steward, pledge trainer De Young, June C.-Friesland-Nurs Dickinson, James D.-Green Bay-Acct-Tf Green Bay-Beta Alpha Psi Dinesen, Hans V.-Vaenget, Hillerd-Agr Econ-Ti Denmark-Chi Psi Dingle, Stanley O.-Richland Center-Agr E-ASAE -Agr Stud Coun-Delta Theta Sigma, rush chm, pledge trainer Dolinky, Stuart-Madison-ME-Phi Sigma Delta Donei', Jeanette M.-Riverdale, N.Y,-HEc-Sigma Epsilon Sigma-Dormsylvania-Homecoming Comm -Kiekhofer Hse, soc chm, sec, treas Donovan, Judith A.-Phillips-HEc-Newman Cb Doonan, Douglas D -Madison-EE-Tf Iowa-IRE Doornink, John R.-Baldwin-Dairy Hush-Alpha Zeta-Saddle dt Sirloin Cb-Blue Shield 4-H- Basketball, mgr D Dorfman, Gerald A.-Shrewsbury, Mass.-Pol Sci- IF Coun-Octopus-Phi Sigma Delta, pres . Draves, Annette M.-Racine-Fren-Ti Racine- Scheders-Fren Cb Draves, Judith A.-Watertown-Eng-Badger Blk Prom Comm-Homecoming Pub Comm-NSW Guide-Pan of Am-Cochrane Hse, pres Dregne, David T.-Richland Center-Acct-Beta Alpha Psi l I Drettmann, Marilyn K.-Grosse Lomte, Mich,-Soc -Tf Endicott-Kappa Alpha Theta Drew, Elizabeth H-Neenah-Speech-SLIC-AWS Rep-Liz Waters I, v-pres-Kappa Alpha Theta Drye, John N.-Browntown-Med Sci-Boxing- Cross Country-Track Dubgiwavid J.-Rhinelander-Prod Mang-AIChE - l Dubois, John G.-Delavan-Psych-Campus Carn- Pershing Rifles-Scabbard 15: Blade-MHA Jud Bd-MHAJt Discip Comm-NIHA Expan Comm- Gilman Hse, Hr chm, I Dubow, Devora L.-Racine-Sp Cor-Sigma Alpha Eta-Haresfoot Com-Scheders-ISA b Dudley, David G. -Madison-EE-Phi Eta Sigma- Scabbard :Sz Blade'-AIEE-Wis Film Soc Dudley, Jeanette M.-Racine-Eng-Tf Racine- hlodel UN, del chm-Mock Demo Conv, del clun- Cardinal-Slichccr, news ed Duescher, Wayne O.-Ancigo-ME-ASME-SAE Duffy, Bruce C.-Ripon-ME-Tf Ripon-LllA, ath comm-Rundell Hse, soc chm-Phi Kappa Pi w Dumbleton, Duane D.-Portage-Am Inst-Union Film Comm-Ll-IA Cab Rep--LIIA Jud Bd- Kahlenberg Hse. pres Dunbar, Bruce F.-Eveleth. Minn-Art-TI Alabama Pol lust-lfootlmll-Delta Sigma Phi Dunbar, William F.-Antipzo-Pers Man-Tf Wausau -SAM-Newman Cb-Runalell Ilse, nth chm, nec. v-pres 471 Dunn, Gordon N.-Poynette-An Iriusb-Saddle X Sirloin Cb-Mens Glce Cb-Delta Theta Sigma Durkin, Gilbert F.-Rhinelander-Soc-Tf Nortllland Durlfcin, gfilliam H.-Madison-ChE-AIChE-New- man b Dutrisac, Richard W.-Blarket-Basketball-WT Cb, sec-SLIC Sub-Comm-IF Red Comm-Chi Psi, sec, rush elim Duzy, Judith E.- Milwaukee-Hist X Psych-Slxermall Hse, pres E Earle wine, Lauren E.-Brodhead-EE Eberliiardt, John F.-Milwaukee-ME-Tf UWM- Tau Beta Pi-Phi Eta Sigma-Soph High HOHOFS- ASME, treas-SAYV-Soc Stud Eng-LHA Cab Eberhardt, Noel I-I.-Appleton-ME-Tf Purdue- Pi Tau Sigma, sec-Alpha Phi Omega-SA.E- ASME-Union Crafts Comm-Sigma Phi Epsilon, hist , , Eccles, Walter S.-Thiensville-Intl Rel- Psi Upsilon, soc chm , Eckerle, Thomas C.-Montello-Pol Sci-Model UN -Mock Dem Conv, platform chm-Scabbard dz Blade-Pi Tau Pi Sigma-Newman Cb-Wxs Pre- views-YDem, v-chm, pol action chm-Mens Glee Cb-Phi Kappa Theta, pres, treas, soc chm Eckrose, Wayne E.-Madison-CiE Eckstein, John P.-Benton-ChE-Fallows, DFSS. trG11S Ederer, Constance J.-Spring. Green-HEc-LHA Library, sec-Euthenics-Phi Upsilon .Omicron, Candle Ed-Slichter Hall, fir chm, Big Sister chm Edgcumbe, Jean M.-Mt. Prospect, lll.-Zoo- Hoofers, v-pres-Badger-Alpha Gamma Delta, corres sec, hse pres Edwards, Gene A.-Waupaca-Geo-Tf Oshkosh- Geo Cb Edwards, George C.-Kenosha-Fren-Mock Dem Gionv-Union Crafts Comm-Evans Scholars, act c m Eggers, Thomas J.-Milwaukee-EE-Tf UWM- Phi Eta Sigma-Eta Kappa. Nu-TRE-Wis Players-Scabbard cl: Blade, treas-Pershing Rifles, maint chm-Calvary Stud Ctr, asst treas Eggert, Darrell D.-Green Bay-Market-Market Cb Egli, Charles G.-Milwaukee-Econ--Tf UWM- Union PR Comm-Beta Chi Y , Egnal, Freda R.-Philadelphia, Pa.-Hist-Socialist Cb-WSA Human Rel Comm-Wis Film Soc, treas -Univ Stud Alliance, pres-Barnard, ilr chm, music crm Egstad, Sharron H.-Middleton-Geol-Tf US Mer- chant Marine Acad-Chorus-SAME I Ehle, Fredric F.-Wauxvatosa-ME-Crew-Wis Eilngineer-Sigma Phi, soc chm, hse mgr, initiation c m Ehlers, Loren E.-Ft. Atkinson-Dairy Ind-Basket- ball-Calvary Stud Drama-Delta Upsilon 1 Eidenberg, Eugene-Mamaroneck, N.Y.-Pol Sci- Iron Cross-Swimming-W Cb-YDem, exec bd- Stud Coun for Civil Rights, chm-Stud Sen-High Hse, soc chm Ellenxblectlrer, Sidney J.-Edgar-Pharm-Tf Wausau - P S Ellingson, John H.-Madison-Pol Sci U Elvehjem, Robert S.-Madison-Bact-Methodist Older Youth Group-Mock GOP Conv-Theta. Delta Chi Engel, Charles H.-Brillion-Med-Phi Eta Sigma- Phi Beta Kappa-Soph High Honors-CCF Engelman, Lois A.-Tomahawk-Eng Sz Speech- Mortar Bd-Scheders, pres-Wis Players-LSA- Union Literary Comm-Phi Beta, v-pres-Delta Delta Delta, schol chm, chaplain Engersbach, Norman H.-Jefferson-A Math dz Phy- Phi Eta Sigma Engle, Francis W.-Rliinelander-CiE-ASCE Engler, Henry A., Jr.-Delray Beach, Fla..-Intl Rel- Humo-Chi Psi Epstein, Dava L.-Elmwood Park, Ill.-Sp T :Sr Audio -Hillel, cab mem, fr orien chm-Shepard Hall, treas, pres-Sigma. Delta Tau, v-pres, pledge trainer, pres Epstein, Janice I.-Oak Park, Ill.-EEd-Sigma Epsilon Sigma-Pi Lambda Theta-Hoofers- Shepard Hall, jud chm Erichsen, Janine P.-Mukwonago--HEc-Cardinal Band-Badger Band-Euthenics-WSA, Parents Wkend-HEc style show-Chi Omega Ernst, David F.-lliilwaukee-EE-Tf UWM-Plii Eta Sigma-Soph Honors-Pi Tau Pi Sigma-Eta Kappa Nu-Tau Beta Pi-Millar Hse, hse pres, LHA cab rep Euclide, Roy F.-Little Suamiccf-Chem-Tf Green Bay-Canterbury Cb Evans, Hugh W.-Sheboygan-Hist Tf Oberlin- Cong Church Choir-USF Evers, Carol F,-Madison-Chem-Concert Band- Zoe Bayliss Choir Evers, Lawrence W.-Madison-ME-Tf Texas W'estern-ASME - Everts, Vfayne P.-New London-ME-ASME- SAE-Newman Cb Fabricant, Arnold S.-Hewlett Harbor, N.Y.-Eng- Swimming Fageilalld, David D.-Waukesha-Stat dr Mgt- Phl E122 Sigma-Badger, org ed-Cardinal Bd- SAM-Badger Classics, pres-Rifle dz Pistol Team- M1l.Ball, org chm-Navy Ball, org chm-Bethel Choir-Humo-Haresfoot, adv mgr, pub, prom- Wis Conserv Cb-Phi Gamma Alpha, rit-Phi Gamma Delta, sec, soc chm 472 Fagerstrom, William B.-Madison-ME-Pi Tau Sigma-ASME, rec sec-Engineering Exposition, pub chm-Wis Previews-Polygon, pres, rec sec- Triangle, pres Faich, Ronald G.-Milwaukee-Math wk Phy-Tf UXVIXI-Phi Eta Sigma-Soph High Honors- Union Hse' Comm, pres, v-pres-NUA Conv Dele- gate-Union Expansion Comm-Union Policy Comm-Union, asst to V-pres-VVSA, pers dept chm. stud dir chm, delegate to NSA Conv-Phi Kappa Phi Falle, Betty M.-Sheboygan-Am Inst-Tf Sheboygan -Badger, index co-ed, living unit ed-Nlock GOP dz Dim Conv-Bleyer Hse, sec, Coeds cong rep, res ai e Fandrich, Robert T.. Jr.-West Allis-ME-Tf UWM -Sigma Delta Omega, sec Farley, David C.-Albion, lVlich.-Agr-Scnbbard 85 Blade-Nautilus, sr rep-Christian Sci Stud Org, pres-Sigma Phi, rush chm, soc elim, pres, hse mgr Farrell, John P.-Lake Mills-Econ-Tf Central State-Union Place Comm-Union Pub Comm, chm -Campus Carn Comm-Hoofers-Newman Cb- City dz Region Plan Cb, V-pres-Tau Kappa Epsilon Faust, Wayne H.-Milwaukee-Market-Tf UWM- Swimming-Market Cb-Gamma Delta-NDTA Feher, Judith L.-Nlilwaukee-Soc Wk-AWS, v-pres, intercoll reg co-ord, IAWS, natl conv advisor-ILS Coun-MHA Cent Soc Comm-MHA Homecoming Ticket, chm-Doimsylavnia Pub, chm-Pan-hel, serv chm, rush coun-Slichter Hall, act chm, serv chm-Ch Omega, treas, v-pres Fehrman, Judith R.-Wauwatosa-Art-Union Dating Panel-Model UN-Union Art Comm-Badger- Lakelawn, soc chm Feirn, Conrad F.-Janesville-EE-Ti Whitewater- AIEE-Newman Cb Feldbruegge, Donald H.-Dorchester-Nat Sci- Tf UWIVI-St Pauls Choir Felde, Robert A.-Manitowoc-Acct-Beta Alpha Psi -Delta Sigma Pi, treas Feldman, Ray C.-Mauston-Hist-Alpha Delta Phi Ferry, Carolyn A.-Ft. Wayne, Ind.-HEc-Dolphins -Pan-hel Ball Dec Comm-Pres Hse-Union PR Comm-Pi Beta Phi, prog chm Fett, John H.-Plymouth-Agr Journ-Phi Eta Sigma-Alpha. Zeta-Wis Country, ed-Sigma Delta Chi Feuerzeig, Henry L.-Skokie, Ill.-Journ- Sigma Delta Chi, prog chm, sec, pres-Cardinal-SLIC Publ Comm, co-chm-Stud Sen-WHA News. ed-Evans Scholars, treas, sec Fey, William D.-Pittsville-Econ-Ins Soc-SAM -Delta Sigma Pi, hist Fiebig, Joann L.-Sheboygan-Soc Wk-Tf Sheboygan -Sigma Epsilon Sigma-Wesley Found, commun co- ord, WCC chm Fine, Richard I.-Milwaukee-Psych-Campus Carn, chm-Forensics-Hoofers Sail Cb-Hillel-Union Tourn Comm-WSA Summer Bd-WSA Human Riel Comm-Stud Sen-Octopus-Parents Day, gen c m Fink, Marilyn A.-Green Bay-EEd-Tf Green Bay- Sigma Epsilon Sigma-Calvary Choir-AWS Fashion Show Comm-AWS Exec Coun, acad chm-Slichter Scoop, report-Dormsylvania Prom Comm, chm-LSA Cen Soc Comm Finley, Elizabeth L.-Janesville-HEc-Newman Cb - Blue Shield 4-H-Euthenics Finn, Daniel M.-Racine-Math Finnegan, Dorothy J.-Appleton-Hist dt Eng-USF- Union Rep Fins, Theodore S.-Chicago, Ill.-Hist-YDems- Hillel-Stud Sen-Model UN-Wis Hist Mag- Parents Day Comm-Bryan Hse, pub chm, commons comm-Sullivan Fin Comm Fischer, James H.-Whitelaw-Acct-Phi Eta Sigma -Beta Gamma Sigma, v-pres-Com Bd-Newman Cb-Beta Alpha Psi Fish, Kathryn S.-Evanston, Ill.-Nurs-Alpha Tau Delta, rush chm-Langdon Hall, sec-Gamma Phi Beta, Campus Carn chm Fisher, Joyce M.-Stratford-Eng-Alpha Chi Omega Fisher, Mary A.-Stratford-Eng-Tf St Teresa- WSA Travel Comm, chm Fishman, Phillip F.-Madison-Hist-Union Civil Rights Comm-Hillel, pres Fitzpatrick, Donald W.-Menasha-EE-Swimming- Gymnastics-IRE-Bashford Hse, soc chm Flader, William A.-Kohler-Med-Symph Orch- Track-Phi Kappa Theta, sec Flynn, Elizabeth K.-Chicago, Ill.-Journ-Tf Mon- mouth-Theta Sigma Phi-Sigma Tau Delta -Phi Kappa Phi-Cardinal, asst ed-Union Lit Comm-YWCA Cab-IF-Pan-hel Big Ten Conv, pub chm-Haresfoot, pr chm-Kappa Delta, hse coun Fogelberg, Arnold C.-Greendale-CiE-Tl UWM- ASCE-Flying Cb Folkman, Albert G.-Bonduel-EE-Triangle, ath chm, soc chm, steward Forrester, Anne C.-Walworth-HEc-HEc Hosp Day, exh chm, reg asst chm-Pan-hel Ball Comm-Pam hel Coun, treas-HEc Stud Coun-Phi Upsilon Omicron, stud coun rep-Alpha Gamma Delta, pres, Pan-hel rep Forsberg, Terrie A.-Ashland-EEd-Winter Week, events chm-Sr Swingout Prom Comm-AWS Invit Comm, chm-WSA Pub Comm-Humo-Marlatt Hse, treas-Alpha Chi Omega, ed Forster, Lawrence P.-River Forest, Ill.-Prod Mgt- Crew-Provost Corp-Alpha Tau Omega Fosdal, Frederick A.-Waukesha-Psych-Golf -MHA Cab Foss, Erling M.-LaCrosse-Soc-Tf LaCrosse- Newman Cb Foster, James B.-Green Bay-Acct-Tf Green Bay I Fox, Barbara R.-Milwaukee-HEc dt Journ-Home- coming Buttons Comm, chm-Cardinal, soc ed FOX: CKFOIC R--Milwaukee-Rec Lead-Haresfoot, D1'0d sec-Union Play Circle, chm-Union Theatre Comm, chm-Theatre Coffee Hr Comm-NSW Guide-Liz Waters, music chm FOX, ,Theresa M.-Madison-EEd-Newman Cb- Union Lit Comm-Kappa Kappa. Gamma, Ffaedflch, Karl E.-Wausau-Acct-Phi Eta. Sigma- Gamma Delta-Beta Alpha Psi Ffa-1131, .l0h1'l H.-Wauwatosa-Speech-WHA, radio MJHCT. prod asst-Haresfoot Bd, v-pres-Wis Players Fffmk, Susan G.-Chicago, Ill.-Hist-Union Forum Comm, sec-NSW Guide-New Idea-Badger- Gilman Hse, sec, pres Franken, Patricia M.-Madison-Latin-Tf Rosary- Eta .Sigma Phi-Newman Cb Franklin, Diane S.-Galesburg, Ill.-Philo-Tf Cornell -Hillel-Res Aide Ffglefi .liilllllelyrl K.-Madison-HEc-HEc Hosp 9-Y Freas, Carol E.-Madison-PEd-PE Cb, treas, V-Dres, Pres-WRA, act chm-PE Stud-Faculty Comm Frederick, Joyce A.-Madison-SED-Tf Dennison- Kappa Kappa Gamma FfeEi91'lCk, Paul H.-Madison-Econ-Cath Foresters Frezburger, Rita A.-San Jose, Calif.-EEd-Tf Seattle-Newman Cb Freifeld, Armin S.-Milwaukee-Psych-Phi Sigma Delta, sec-Hillel Freigang, Richard W.-Milwaukee-MetE-Tf UWM -AIME-AFS-Baptist Stud Ctr-Wayland Eat- ing Co-op, sec Freiwald, Raymond W.-Janesville-Hist-Union Hse Comm French, Georgia-Milwaukee-ChD-Tf Marymount -Market Cb-Humo-Campus Carn-Kappa Kap- pa Gamma Frentz, Thomas S.-Oshkosh-Am Inst Freriks, Judith M.-Waupun-Bot-Sigma Epsilon Sigma-Pres Hse, choir coun-Badger Cb Frey, Margaret J.-Beloit-HEc-HEc Hosp Day- Humo Prod Comm-Hoofers-Liz Waters Lib Comm, chm Friauf, Margaret L.-Brookfield-Art-Christian Sci Org, corres 8: rec sec-Phi Upsilon Omicron . Friedman, Judith A.-Chicago, Ill.-Zoo-Sigma Epsilon Sigma-Union Music Comm-NSW Guide- Pan-hel Quota Comm-Carroll, sgt-at-arms-Alpha Epsilon Phi, schol chm, pres Friedman, Louis D.-New York, N.Y.-Math 8: Phy- Delta Epsilon-Track-Cross Country-Hillel- WSA Leadership Conf Comm-Dormistory, ed- Gregory Hse, LHA Cab Rep, ath chm Friedman, Susan H.-Concord, Mass.-Phy Med- Dolphins, sec-Phi Theta-Kappa Alpha Theta. courtesy chm . Friedstein, Sheldon L.-Marinette-Fin-Tenn1s- Fin Soc, v-pres-NDTA-Union Music Comm. chm -Union PR Comm-Union Directorate-NSW Guide-Zeta Beta Tau, soc chm ' Fritz, John H.-Racine-Eng-Haresfoot Cb, dir ' Froehlich, Roger M.-Plymouth-Fin-Tf White- water-Humo-Chi Phi, asst treas, co-soc chm Fuller, Frances F.-Green Bay-Speech-Tf North- western-Natl Coll Players-Wis Players, stud dir- Phi Beta, pres Fullmer, Nancy C.-Fort Atkinson-HEc-Tf Stout Fyr, Donald W.-Chicago, Il.-Hist-Tf Iowa- Cardinal, adv mgr-WSA Elections Comm-LHA, gy-laws chm-Univ Chorus-Mock Senate Cent 0111111 G Gaarder, Newell T.-Madison-EE-Tau .Beta P1- Eta Kappa Nu-Phi Eta Sigma-Soph High Honors -Wis Eng, cir mgr-Alpha Tau Omega Galblerti TfentKE.-Egg Harbor-PEd-Baseball- i psi on appa, treas. Gamroth, Janet M.-Watertown-Psych-WSA Schol Comm-Newman Cb-AWS Big Sister-Liz Waters, serv chm, Union rep , Garber, Michael D.-Blauvelt, N.Y.-Eng-Sen-'Or Class, treas-Sigma Alpha Epsilon ' Gardenier, Judith A.-Wauwatosa-OcT-Union Wel- fare Comm-Homecoming Comm-MHA If in COIIH11 -OT Cb-AWS Big Sister-Kappa Delta, 'Weis Garland, Gene L.-Birchwood-EE Garlock, Joel D.-Neenah-Acct-Badger, sports co- edit-Prom Elect Comm, co-chm-WSA Publ Comm, chm-Dogrin Party, co-ord-YG0P" Kappa Sigma, soc chm, Humo chm, campus earn chm Garness, Marie H.-Fond du Lac-Eng-Pan-Hel. treas-Alpha. Chi Omega, pres, Pan-Hel rep Garvey, Edward R.-Burlington-Pol Sci-Mace- Iron Cross-Pledge Pres Coun, pres-WSA. Pfesf treas-Stud Sen-SLIC-ILS, pres-Mopk GOP Conv, chm-Provost Corp-Beta Theta P1 Gasch, Jerrie W.-Vespez-Geol-Geol Cb-H00f91'S Ski Cb, v-pres, Hoofers Ski Jump Team. capt- Gasper, Kenneth A.-Milwaukee-ChE-USF..Pfes Gasser, Ellis K.-Portage-Hist-W Cb-Boxing-' URC, rep-Pres Hse Gauerke, Phillip D.-Sussex-EE-Tf UWM-Eta Kappa Nu-Phi Eta Sigma-Hunt :Sr Fish Cb. Gfibefft, Warren A.-Madison-CiE-ASCE-Pershing 1 es Geidel, Nancy L.-Sheboygan-EEd-LHA PSIS Comm-Homecoming Prom Comm-Shchtef, 51' chm, Campus Carn Geishirt, Joanne V.-Madison-HEc-Agr-HEc Ban- quet, Co-chm-Euthenics-LHA Pers 'Comm- Union PR Comm-Dormistory-Phi Upsilon Orni- cron-Slichter, Union rep-Alpha Xi Delta, 11155 George, Thomas A.-Owen-Pharm-WPhS-Band Gerend, Robert P.-Marine-tte-liflll!-lllii Eta Siginii -Pi Tau Sigma, pros-Tau liotn- Pi. rec stef:-Phi Kappa Phi-lsloofers Sail Cla-ASME--ASIlu Gerken, Gleva H.-Elroy--Art-WSAAl-'lt Comm- LHA PR Comm-lJormsylvanin Puh Comm- Mothers Wkncl Comm-Buck llso, v-pros A U V Gerlach, Frederick H.-Brookliold-Gorm-Phi Eta Sigma-Phi Kappa Phi-Foothull, inizi-Was Exch Scholar-USF. trcas-IF Clllllllmlxllllltl ljeltn Pill. v-pres, rush chm V Gettle, Rachel J.--Milwuukee-Zoo lk Baci-IAWS. sec-Alpha Xi Dcltu . Giannasi, Robert A.-llighwoorl, Ill.-Fin-l"m Som-- Budgor, co-copy cd-Evams Scholars, v-pr:-s Gibb, Elizabeth K.-Kensington, Mil-l'list-l,JL-list Sigma Phi-Kappa Alpha Tlictu, v-pros, ml Gilbertson, Judith R.-Block River l"ulls-lCng- Tf River Falls-lfrcn Ch-YCOI'-LSA-llnion Music, Theater Coinm-Cmupus Vurn rop- Forensics-Brccsc llsv, stusl-lin: dinner chm Gilbertson, Sandra K.-Mntlison-Art Gill, Gloria-Sun Rafal-l, Calif.-Ari-llumnn ltvl Comm-Union Gul Comm Gilley, Emily J.-Tonmlmwk-l'liy Mod-WRA Bowling Cb-Phi Tlieta. sec Gionet, Yvonne A.-Port Washington-lCng-.lourn- Tf Eau Clalire-Cairdinul reporter-Univ C'horus- Pi Kappa. Delta-Spvctntor, ml-llSl"-l"1'u1i Ch- Hoofer Ski Cb-Pi Delta Epsilon-lilsom llsc, pres Glass, Donald G.-Clintonvillc-CiE-ASCE Glock, Iola R.-Bonducl-llEr-'fnbnrd Inn, Union rep Goecks, Dennis L.-Monroe-ME-Pistol Team- ASME-SAE I Goldberg, Marion B.--Milwaukee-Sp Cor-Villa Maria, sec, jud bd. res aide V Goldstein, Isadora A.-Bc-thi-sdri, Md-Nut Sci- Phi Beta Kappa-Phi Kappa Phi-Mortar Bd. ed-Crucible-Sigma. Epsilon Sigma-Soph lligh Honors-Union Film X 'l'l1oatcr Comm. llsir Comm- L cb S Open Hsc-WS.-X Vlielfare Comm, chm-WSA Schol Comm-WS.-X Recog Comm-WSA Soc Stud Comm-NVSA Fall Leadership Comm-SLlC- Badger Block Prod Comm-Wis Players- A Cap- pella Choir-lVmns Chorus-Univ Chorus-Scott Hse, v pres-Chadbourne, jud comm i Goldstone, Peter J.-Chicago, Ill.-Philo-Tf Ixnox- Wis Philo Assn, sec, pres V Y Gollhardt, James B.-hlilwaukce-EE-Eta Kappa Nu-LSA-Union 770 Cb-Beta Tha-tu Pi, corres sec Gomez Wilma A.-Alamosa., Col.-Zoo-Tf Adams. Alamosa-Newman Cb, sec Goodson, Janice K.-Wauwatosu-Med Microbiology -Tf UTVM-Alpha Delta Theta Goossens, Marie J.-Crystal Lake, Ill.-EEd-Tf Florida So Coll-Wmns PE Cb, trez1s-WLHA- LHA PR Comm-Dormsylvania Pub Comm- Newman Cb-Union PR Comm-Cole Hall. v-pres Gordon, Elizabeth-Madison-Span-Pan-liel Ball Comm-WSA Pets Comm, Soc Forum-Campus Chest, exec sec-Sigma Delta Tau, sec. Pan-hcl rep. pres Gorell, Richard L.-Rice Lake-EE-Tf Eau Claire, Minnesota-LSA Sen-URC Gorham, Charles T.-Milwaukee--Market-IF. rush comm, ath comm-Market Cb-Delta Upsilon. v-pres, corres sec William J.-Madison-Pol Sci-Vilrestling Douglas K.-Wauwatosa-CiE-Phi Eta Gorman, Govan, Sigma-SAME, v-pres-llfis Pre-Views-NSVV guide -Chi Epsilon, treas-Evans Scholars, pres, sec Graff, Barbara J.-LaCrosse-OcT-Tf LaCrosse- WMHA-Othera Cb-Union Soc Comm-Alpha Xi Delta Grant, T. Anne-Milwaukee-HEc-Euthenics- YGOP-Liz Waters, soc chm Grantham, Thomas F.-Charton, Ohio-Market- Newman Cb-Market Cb-Football Graubart, Gale A.-Chicago, Ill.-Fren-Ital Play Greene, Alan T.-Ashland-Phy-Tf Northland- Kappa Eta Kappa-Calvary Choir-MHA Chorus- Bryan Hse, soc chm Greenwood, Robert J.-Kankanna-Pharm-WPhS- Pershing Rifles-Sigma Phi Epsilon Greenya, William A.-Milwzuikee-Math-Tf Mar- quette-Ins Soc-LSA, v-pres-URC-Model UN- Mock Dem Conv-Mack Hse, treas-Leopold Hse, treas Gregg, Sue S.-Madison-EEd-Pi Lambda Theta- Pres Hse-Scheders Griiith, Walter L.-McNabb, Ill.-Agron-Baskets ball-Mil Pol-Delta, Upsilon Grosenick, Clarice M.-Madison-Eng air Span Gross, Daniel J.-Sheboygan Falls-ME-Newman Cb-Delta Upsilon Grossman, Melvyn L.-Milwaukee-Pharm-Tf UWM -Rho Chi-Phi Sigma Delta, pledge master, rush chm Groves, Alta Mae-Kenosha-Pol Sci-Methodist Youth Ctr-Summer Prom, pub ohm-Union Soc Comm-YDems-Dogrin Party-NSW guide- Campus Carn Pub Comm, co-ohm-WSA PR Comm -Mock Dem Conv-Alpha. Xi Delta Gruber, Mary L.-Prairie du Sac-Journ-Cardinal. summer ed-Theta Sigma Phi-Chi Omega, corres sec Guelker, Marshall F.-Madison-EE-Tf Green Bay -Eta Kappa Nu, treas-Tau Beta Pi-IRE Gundersen, Leif F.-LaCrosse-Eng-Beta Theta Pi Gustafson, Donald L.-Park Ridge, Ill.-Com-Phi Delta Theta Gustine, Barbara J .-Ann Arbor, Mich.-Econ-NSW Guide-Philo Cb, pub chm-Kappa, Kappa Gamma Guthrie, Gail F.-Flarnbeau-Speech-Pan of Arn- NSW Guides, co-chm, NSW, co-chm-Wis Pre- Views, central comm-Kappa Kappa, Gamma, soc chm, pres I-l Haas, Barbara E.-Wheaton, Ill.--li'l4I'I'-Alplm Delta Theta-YVSA Puh Comm-Parents lVknrl, fin chm-AXVS Piers Comm--Sr Swingont. prog chm- Alphn Chi Oniegn, hse pr:-sf. tr:-as Haase. Grace F.--lfnrr-rt Hills, N.Y.-Spor-r:li-l'urt-ents Daly Comm-Hso tk lliscrim Comm-Union Tlicator, stage crew, light crow-flilunin llst-. V-pr:-3 Haase. Kenneth K.-RInnitowoc-Acct.-Tam Kappa Epsilon, trans, pres Hagkbart, August P.-Brofllu-ml-Acct Hgqkenberg, Thomas J.-llinsdnlc. Ill.-Pars Mgt- NIJTA-C':irrlinnl. photon'-IF Coun-Greek VVoek, ,mst gr-n rlun-Puronts Ch, ohm-Chi Psi, v-pres, pres, stownrrl Haefner, James A.-Wisvonsiri ltnpirls-Cili-ASCE Hafele, Robert X.-Waupaca-lilbl-Ti' Oshkosh- Pi 'Pun Sigma, v-pros-ASlX'll'l Hazberg Louann M.-Fliivngo, lll.-Sp Erl-PEfl l"h-lliiri-sfoot Maki--up Comm-llooft-rs Ski Cb- Ilnion hit Coimn-YC301'-l'Ehl-Siguiu Alpha Eta--l'l'1 Ch lid Hazemeister, Henry F.-Green Boy-Art-Union Col Comm-llc-rrii C'lv-Mvflallory llse, soc chm Haimes. Peter E.--Nr-iv York, N.Y.-Psych-Dornv sylvunin, Dorm Duke Halderson, Tames L.-Gulc-svillt--Agrli-Tf LaCrosse -PQ-Q I Tc: , Unit-ASAE is o im 1 Halfman, William R.-Menomonee lfulls-Econ Hall, Robert L., Jr.-Milwaukee-llist-Eta Sigma Phi-LlIA-Canterbury Ch Hallam, William C.-ltncinr-LB-Tf Cornell- Arnokl Air Soc-IF Rush lflvailuation Comm-IF Conn Advisory Bd, chm-Alplm Delta Phi, pres Halnren, Benjamin A.-Pliilnflelpliizi, Pu.-Philo- Phi Siizmu Delta, steward Halsman, Irene A.-New York, N.Y.-Art Halverson, Keith E.--Monomonir--AEd-Tl Stout Halverson, Peder E.--Nr-onuli-MIS-Ph Eta Sigma- LllA Cuh Rc-p-Fuville Ilse. pres Hamerla, Judith A.-Wuusnu-Spun-'l'f Wausau -Newman Ch-lVLl'IA-Spun Ch Han, Bui C.-llue, Viet-Num-EE-AIEE-lRE- lVuyl:1nd Ch Hancock, Peter D.-Racine-ME-Tf Racine-SAE Hanewall, William M.-Beloit-Acct-Phi Delta Tin-tu, plodgr- trainer. hse mgr Hanke, James S.-M il w ii u k e Q-Ps y c h-C re w- Porshing Riflr-s, exec off-Sigimi Alpha Epsilon Hansen, Beverly J.-Racine-Sp Cor-Germ Cb- Cumpus Corn-Summer Prom, sec-Sigmu Alpha Eta Hansen, Darryl T.-Mnrinette-ChE-Phi Eta Sigma, -Phi Lnmhdu Upsilon-Tau Beta Pi-AlCE- Frnnkenhurgvr Ilst-, trans Hansen, Don W.-Milwaukee-EE-Ti' UWM-CQ rl: QST-Am Radio Relay League Hansen, Elizabeth G.-Sheboygan Falls-Hist ii: Eng-lVSA Travel Comm-UN Conf-NSW Guide -Sche'lers-Pan-hel Rush Coun-lxnppa Delta. cd chm, Co-eds Congress Hansen, Jacklyn S.-Green Bay-l'lEc- Tf UWM- Phi Upsilon Omicron, Pan-hcl rep-Euthenics, pros-Scott Hse. soc ohm Hansen, Karen C.-Brookfield-Pol Sci-Tl Oberlin- Sr Swingout Hansen, Richard N.-liladison-Chem-Alpha Chi Sigma Hanson, Frederick A.-Viroqua-Agr-Provost Corps, treas-Poul Ch, v-pres Hanson, James C.-Racine-Med Sci-Union Theatre Comm, pub chin-Badger, bus mgr-Phi Gamma Delta, hse mgr, org mgr Hanson, Terome G.-Menasha-CiE-Phi Eta Sigma -ASCE Hanson, Jerome R.-Madison-Med-Phi Chi Hanson, John D.-Chicago, Ill.-Hist-Crew-W Cb-Wis Speological Soc-Alpha Tau Omega Hanson, Maureen A.-Almeria-Nurs-Sigma Epsilon Sigma-Soph Honors-Frat Buyers Co-op Bd of Dir. sec-LSA, speakers chm, choir-Alpha, Tau Delta, oust-Zoe Bayliss, sec, bd of dir Hanson, Sandra L.-Aurora, Ill.-EEd-Tf Knox- YGOP-Christian Sci Org, sec Harford, Sally L.-Mineral Point-Pharm-Tf St. Olaf-Rho Chi, sec-WPhS-Kappa, Epsilon, sec- Alpha Xi Delta Harms, Gary R.-Aurora, Ill.-Market-Football- Market Cb-Phi Delta Theta Harms, Susan J.-Madison-EEd-Ti Northwestern -Gamma Phi Beta Haroz, Mary M.-Dallas, Tex.-Psych-Sigma Epsilon Sigma-WSA Intl Rel Comm-Union Tourn Comm, chm-Intl Cb, pres-Newman Cb-Langdon Manor, pres Harris, Mary L.-Albert Lea, Minn.-PEd-Sigma Epsilon Sigma-Pi Lambda Theta-Eta. Kappa Lambda-Phi Kappa Phi-Mortar Bd, treas- Dolphins-PE Cb, pres-Shepard Hall, sec, AWS rep-Kiekhofcr Hse, AWS rep, pres Harris, Richard H.-Madison-Soc Wk Harsevoort, Ronald J.-Clinton-ME-ASME-Gym- nastics Hartig, Phyllis A.-Dearborn, Mich.-Psych-Tf Albion-YGOP-Chi Omega Hartman, Clifford A.-Milwaukee-EE-Tl' UWM- LHA Radio Cb, chm-LHA Fr Orientation Comm- IRE-Jones Hse, soc chm, pres Hartman, Grant H.-Manitowoc-Diary Ind-Dairy Sci Cb, V-pres. pres-LHA Ath Comm-LHA Soc Comm-Wrestling-Botkin Hse, ath chm, soc chm, pres-Alpha Gamma Rho, schol chm Hartman, Jean B.-Watertown-Pol Sci-Eta Kappa Lambda-LHA Cab, Bd of Dir, exec sec-Mock ,Dem Conv, credentials chrn Haskins, James E.-Baraboo-Chem-Tf Anderson HaSFb01'g, ,Harlan L.-Wzitcrloo-'Econ-Wis Pre- V'f2WS'l'F Cilfflw, co-chm-Sigma Alpha. Epsilon, om n nent warden Hasse, Roger L.-Mom-oe-Corn-URC-Fin Soc -Phi Delta Theta Hasselhofer, David E.--Sliehoygan-Philo-Phi Eta, Sigma-Phi Kappa, Phi Hasslflgef, William H.-Tonnwaudn, N.Y-Econ- Newman Ch-Club 419, hse pres H2Ei?fELg'lQEmas A.-Milwaulcce-EE-Tf UWM- Hang, Warrerr Rfliiilivfrulfeff-Chia-'rf UWM- Iuu Beta P1-Phi Kappa Phi-Phi Eta Sigma- Union PR Comm-AlChE, pies-Polyg Truck on Bd- HHUSZUI, R0lf A--Rifltlffliold, Conn.-Pol Sci-Delta Tun llelt-:L Hfillghi LOUIS .l.-Marlison-.Tourn-Cardinal, asst ed -Baflgfer Party-Union News Bureau-Newman Cb-Sigma. Delta Chi-Sigma Nu Hawk, pilvld G.-Rockford, lll.-Pharm-Tf Rockford -NSW Guide-Lambda Chi Alpha, soc chm, rush C llll Hisaitilld Allan F'Er1l0ny-Iiigfiivesley1 Chiiir-Blue - 1 . --- , exec coun-r Tc ' os Jita it ' , Clllll-Afll'-l'llCC Chorus I y dy com, Hebal, Marilyn A.-Stevens Point-HEc-Wesley Found-Phi Upsilon Oinicron, chaplin-Gamma Phi Beta, rec sec Hedliier, Margaret H.-Milwaukee-HEc-Tf UWM -Plii llpsllon Omicron, ree sec-LHA Schol Comm -Euthcnlcs-Garin list-, rcs aide-Slichtcr, fir elim HCHY, H. Owen-Monroe-CiE-LSA-LHA Spec lfurzil Comm-ASCE Heikkinen, Norman A.-Madison-Geol-Tf UWM- Qeol Cb Heilprin, Lawrence J.-Madison-Econ-Humo-Pi Lzunhda Phi Heinz, Joian' M.-Wausau-Hist-Tf Marathon- Siginzi. Epsilon Sigma-Newman Cb Helbing, Sara Y.-Black River Falls-OcT-OcT Cb, pros, faculty tea comm-Union l'Vinter Week Comm -AWS Fashion Show, ticket chm, prog chm-. WSA Full Retreat Comm-WSA Orientation Comm -UN Conf Comm-Cam pus Carn-Rosenberry Hse, sec-Alpha Chi Omega. Helland, Bjarne-Rubbestadnes-et, Norway-CiE- Tf Scho-us Tech Inst, Oslo Norway Helle, Judith A.-Shorewood-Soc Work-Tf Carroll- Hoofcr Sail Ch-Pres Hse-Alpha Xi Delta. Helmbrecht, Marcia A.-Elkhorn-MdT-USF- Alpha Delta Theta-Cool Hse, treas. Helmuth, Arthur C.-Madison-Med Sci Helsabeck, Dosierh A.-Madison-Speech Ed-A Cappella Choir-First Christian Church, choir dir- WVIS Players-Haresfoot-hflarch Band H105-TCD, James M.-Appleton-Pharm-APhS- Hendricks, Pamela R.-Hammond, Ind.-EEd- lVis Pre-Views-Pan-hel Coun, wrkshp chm- Cheerleader-Sr class, v-pres-Villa Maria, jud bd-Delta. Gamma, pledge trainer, Pan-hel rep Henke, Wilham L.-Janesville-EE-Tau Beta Pi Hephner, Arthur R,-Chilton-ME-Tf Oshkosh- ASME. V-Dres-SAE-YDem-Newman Cb-Iota Alpha. Sigma Herbst, Larry J.-Sturgeon Bay-PEd Hergert, Richard E.-Janesville-CiE Herman, Keith E.-Waukesha-Pers Mm-NSW guide-Crew-W Cb-Sigma Alpha Epsilon. soc chm Herr, William N.-Waunakee-City Plan-Tf Ripon- City Reg Plan Cb Herreid, Diane J.-Watertown-Psych Herreid, Peder H.-Deerfield-Prod Mgt-Tf Racine -SAM-LSA Choir, pres Herriott, Andra J.-M a dis o n-S p e e c h-U S F- UYNICA, pres Herrmann James W.-Milwaukee-Fin-Football- Newvman Cb-Hooters Cb-Provost Corp--Delta Upsilon, v-pres, treas, pledge trainer Herrmann, Marilyn J.-Columbus-Bus Ed-Wesley Found, v-pres-Three Squares, sec-Phi Chi Theta, sec Hersh, Sharon C.-Milwaukee-Sp Ther-I LS Coun- Pan-hel Ball Prom Comm-Sigma Alpha Eta- Sigma, Delta Tau, song chm, see, hse mgr, Pan-hel rep Hertting, Thomas A.-VVauwatosa-CiE-Tf UWM Hess, John P.-Allenton-Fin-Union PR Comm- Track-Sigma Alpha Epsilon, treas. Hess, Robert W.-Kaukauna-Prod mgt-Union Film Comm ' Heyroth, Allen M.-Milwaukee-An Husb-Tf UWM -Football-Tau Kappa Epsilon Hickok, Barbara R.-Portland, Ore.--Pol Sci-Tl Pomona, Willamette-YGOP Hickson, William M.-Walworth-Hist dv Geog- Ochsner Hse, v-pres Hildebrand, Philip S.-Neenah-Zoo-March Band- Theta Delta. Chi Hilnker, Audrey L.-Oconomowoc-Soc-German Cb -Badger Blk Cards Comm-Slichter, Big Sister chm, chorus-Alpha Gamma Delta, Campus Chest rep. Humo, Tourn of Song Hillestad, Karen A.-Milton Jet-Eng-Tf Illinois Wesleyan-LHA Cabinet-LHA Jud Bd, S60- Dormsylvania Pub Comm-Cole Hall, Home- coming comm-Kappa Kappa Gamma Himes, Thomas A.-Paris, France-Com-Pledge Pres Coun, v-pres-Blood Drive, ohm-SF Soc, chm-Mid Commenc Comm-Chi Psi, pledge pres Hinkins, Jeanette A.-Madison-Math-Sigma Epsi- lon Sigma-Soph Honors-Wesley Found, sec Hintz, Ronald G.-Watertown-EE-Calvary Stud Ctr-Mitchell Airmen-Kappa Eta Kappa, sec Hippenmeyer, Bil R.-Waukesha-Urb Plan-Foot- ball, mgr-Crew-Wis Conserv Cb, asst bus mgr- Urb-Reg Plan Cb-Gregory Hse, sec-Phi Gamma Delta, pledge trainer 473 Hirsch, Peter M.-Geneva. N.Y.-AMP-LHA Fin Comm-LHA Store Bd Dir-Hillel-Lafollette Hse, pres-Gcgory Hse, treas A Hirt, Harlan D.-Tigerton-CiE-Tau Beta Pi- Chi Epsilon. treas-ASCE, membership chm- Gamma Delta-Scabbard and Blade-SAME- Polygon Bd Hock, Kenneth J.-West DePere-Soils-Tf Green Bay-Crops dz Soils Cb, v-pres, pres-Land Judge Tgeam-Model UN-Alpha Gamma Rho, sec, rush c in Hoehne, Jeffrey P.-Greenwood-ME-Tau Beta Pi, corres sec-Phi Eta Sigma-Flying Cb-Wis En- gineer-SAM Hoelter, James E.-Nlilwaukee-Fin-IF Invest Comm, chm-Humo Prom Comm-VVSA Elect Pub Comm-JVSA Prom Pub Comm-Chi Psi, v res Hoegy, Mona L.-Neillsville-Hist-Eta Kappa Lambda-USF-Wmns PE Cb-Scheders-Wmns Interdorm Coun-Schoenleber Hse, pres Hoewisch, Walmer H.-Fremont-EE-Tf Stevens Point-Sigma Phi Epsilon, sec, steward, schol chm Hodman, David J.-Neenah-Econ-Sigma Chi, sec Holdampf, Kathleen A.-Milwaukee-Speech Ther- WRA-Newman Cb-Phi Beta-Sigma Alpha Eta-Chi Omega Holderby, Karen J.-Rhinelander-EEd-Scheders, Prosp Teacher Day, chm-Bethel Choir-Delta Delta Delta, music chm, maishal Holderness, Charles J.-Kenosha-EE-AIEE-IRE- Cross Country-Pi Tau Pi Sigma-Kappa Eta Kappa, soc chm, treas, exec bd Hollenberger, Roy A.-Plymouth-Pharm-WPhA- Delta Sigma Pi Holman, John C.-North Prairie-lNletE-Crew- Conserv Cb-Union Film Comm-Badger, asst sales, adv mgr-Insight 6: Outlook, dist, bus mgr- ASM-Nlining 8: lVIet Cb-Phi Gamma Delta, pledge, v-pres n Holoubek, Jerome F.-Berwyn, Ill.-Econ :iz Pol Sci- Beta Theta Pi Holzknecht, Frederick J.-Shorewood-Fin-News greek, report-Iotian, ed-Chi Psi Homzie, Marvin J.-Philadelphia, Pa.-Psych-WSA Human Rel Comm , Homzie, Roberta R.-Brooklyn, N.Y.-Eng-Sigma Delta Pi-Hillel Review, ed-Hillel-WSA Human Rel Comm-Lake Lawn, pres Honold, Guy R.-Fish Creek-Bio Chem-Iron Cross -Phi Eta Sigma-Alpha Zeta, treas, ohanc-Calvary Stud Ctr-Babcock Dairy Sci Cb, pres-Badger Party-Stud Sen-Agr Stud Coun, treas-Alpha Gamma Rho, sec, v-pres, soc chm, fin chm Hooper, Ronald D.-Oconto Falls-EE-IRE Hopp, James L.-Randolph-ME-ASME-SAE- Union Olympics Comm-Newman Cb-Bands- Sigma Phi Epsilon Hoppe, Wayne A.-Aniwa-Math-Gamma Delta- Badger League Bowler ' Hoppenfeld, Carol B.-New York, N.Y.-H1st- Sigma Epsilon Sigma-Crucible-Mortar Bd- Phi Kappa Phi-Soph High Honors-NSW guide- IANVS Natl Conv Comm-Campus Chest-IAWS Speakers Comm, chm-Union Forum Comm, chm- Union Coun-Fresh Honors Lunch, prog chm- Union Directorate, sec Horwitz, Brenda-Waukesha-EEd-Scheders-Res Aide-Hcofers, v-pres, sec-Hoofers Sail Cb, sec -Othera, v-pres-White Hse, soc chm-Ellsworth Hse, pres Hosp, Theodore J.-West Bend-EE-Tf UWM- Phi Eta Sigma-Eta Kappa Nu-AIEE Host, Karen-Shawano-OcT-Union Place Comm- Newman Cb-WRA Bd-Jr ds Sr Dolphins- Rush Coun-Othera-WRA Swim Comm, chm- Pi Beta Phi Hotchkiss, Lucretia A.-Milwaukee-Phy Med- Tf UWM-Phi Theta House, George E.-Janesville-Agr Journ-Saddle Liz Sirloin Cb-Sigma Delta Chi I Houtkamp, Sharon S.-Wauwatosa-Latin, Hist- Eta Sigma Phi, treas, sec-USF-Sr Swingout- AWS Fash Show Comm-NSW Guide-NSW Eval Comm-Campus Chest Comm-Liz Waters, Hr chm, fac tea comm Hoveland, Janet R.-Cottage Grove-HEc-Omicron Nu, sec-Sigma Epsilon Sigma-Phi Upsilon Omi- cron-LizWaters IV, treas Holyen, Harvey E.-Superior-Fin-Mace-Beta Theta 1 Howard, Kent D.-Brookfield-Geog-Tf UWM Hoyer, Gale G.-Manitowoc-ChE-Phi Eta Sigma- Wrestling Hubbard, Joel D.-Rockford, Ill.-Zoo-Hoofers Hudson, Robert L.-Chicago, Ill.-Art-Football- Newman Cb-Sigma Alpha Epsilon Huebner, Carol A.-Criuitz-Eng 6: Speech-Tf Oshkosh-Rifie Team Huff, James W.-Madison-MetE-Mining IS: Met Cb, pres-Am Foundry Soc Huffman, Judith K.-Minneapolis, Minn.-Pol Sci- Tf Wm Woods Jr-Kappa Kappa Gamma Hughes, John M.-Dodgevlle-Pharm-Phi Eta Sigma-Rho Chi, pres-Soph Honors-WPhS- Jr IF Coun-David Schreiner Hse, pres, trcas, bd of dir-Sigma Phi Epsilon, pledge pres Hughes, Richard O.-Owen-Pol Sci-Union Hse Rep-NDTA-LHA Commons Rep-Newman Cb -Winslow Hse, v-pres Hull, Carolyn R.-Cortland, Ohio-OcT-Ti Denison -Othera-YGOP-Alpha Phi Hundhausen, David F.-Milwaukee-Eng-Tf Wausau -Phi Eta Sigma-Phi Kappa Phi-Iron Cross- Haresioot, sec-Sr Class Comm Hunter, Frances L.-Waukesha-Tf Denison-Pi Lambda Theta-YGOP-Union House Comm- WSA Int Rel Comm-Delta Gamma 474 Huplflef, .l0h-11 D.-Neenah-ChE-Theta Beta Pi- Phx.Kappa Phi-Phi Lambda Upsilon-Gymnastics -Sigma Alpha Epsilon HUSBF, Bernard C.-Wisconsin Rapids-Acct-Nevw man Cb, 1-mtiation chm-Beta Alpha Psi, pub chm, Homecoming chm Huser, Carmella A.-Kenosha-Eng-Sigma Epsilon Slgyflil-Phi -Kappa Phi-Phi Beta Kappa-Sr Swmgout Script Comm-NSWV Guide-Union Jam' boree Comm-Newman Cb-NSW, chm, serv chm, co-soc chm-Fren Cb-Scheders-Barnar-:l,' choir, Homecoming comm, open hse comm Husting, William T.-Milwaukee-Psych- Chi Psi Hutter, Robert F.-Algoma-Nat Sci-Tf Green Bay- Badger-Three Squares Cb Hymore, Charles A.-Toledo, Ohio-Econ Ihle, .Linda L.-Beloit-Am IHSt-HUIIIO, sec-NSW Guide-Rush Conn-Union Place Comm-Kappa Alpha Theta, soc ohm, marshal Imlilgell, Mary S.-Wausau-Music-Sigma Alpha Iota-A Cappella Choir-Cardinal Band l .lHCkS01'1, Curtis E.-VVausau-Pers Mgt-Theta Chi Jackson, Judith B.-Washington, D.C.-Am Inst- Crucible-WSA Pub Comm, chm-Previews- Symposium Pub Comm, co-chm-Kappa Alpha Theta, rush chm, act chm Jackson, Susan-Utica, N.Y.-Eng-Union Enter- tainers Guild-Carroll Hall, soc chm-Wood Hse, reas .laCQbi, Edgar F .-Newton-ME-Crew-Delta Sigma P1. hsefellow-Alpha Zeta-Alpha Gamma Rho Jacobson, John R.-Cumberland-Psych-MACE- Stud Sen-MHA Cab Rep Jacobson, Ronald H.-Darien-ME-SAME-ASME -Theta Chi, rush chm Jahn, Charles L.-Cudahy-Med-Phi Eta Sigma- Delta Espilhon-MHA Commons Comm, chm- Hoofers Sail Cb-WMHA-March Band-High Hse, pres, soc chm-Phi Chi Quarterly, ed-Phi Chi Jansen, John T.-Sturtevant-EE-Phi Eta Sigma- AIEE-Eta Kappa Nu, rec sec .Tal-1122, Robert J.-Wauwatosa-Econ-Delta Tau Delta, v-pres Jeffords, Thomas V.-Hartford-Acct-Tf Purdue- Arnold Air Soc-Newman Cb-Badger-Beta Beta Beta-Beta Alpha Psi Jensen, Judith A.-Ephraim-Speech-Wis Players- PE Cb-Model UN Del-Summer Prom, prom chm -Campus Chest Comm Jensen, N orene A.-Waukesha-Eng-Campus Carn, prom comm-Pan-hel Ball, prom ohm-Badger Blk Cards Comm-Hoofers Sail Cb-Alpha Phi, pledge treas, marshal Jenson, Karen M.-GlenFlora-HEC-Euthenics- LHA-WHA-HEc Hosp Exhib, co-chm-AWS Big Sister Comm-LSA-A Capella Choir-Cole Hall, mothers wknd chm-Kierkhofer Hse, nomin comm Jmkms, Mary J.-Madison-Latin Ed-Eta Sigma Phi, v-pres Johnson, Barbara M.-Ashland-PEd-Wmns PE Cb, pub chm, sec-WRA, v-pres-Kappa Delta, ed Johnson, Bruce L.-Whitefish Bay-ChE-Tf UWM- AIChE Johnson, Coe W-Rockford, Ill.-Hist-Campus Carn Judg Comm-Sigma Chi Johnson, E. Jeanette-Barrington, Ill.-Hisp Stud- Crucible, pres-Sigma Delta Pi, sec, pres-Mortar Bd-Soph Honors-NSW Guide-NSA, spec serv chm-Model UN, del chm-Campus Chest, gen chm-Homecoming Dance Comm-Campus Carn, arrang chm-WSA, pub chm-AWS Big Sister- Rosebowl Band Fund, co-chm-Leadership Training, group leader-Span Play-Gamma Phi Beta, treas Johnson, Elizabeth C.-Madison-Nat Sci-Union Ball Comm, chm-Wis Previews-Rush Coun- Delta Gamma Johnson, James O.-Fairchild-Acct-Tf Eau Claire- Calvary, Prog chm Johnson, James V.-Suring-ChE-Wesley Found- AIChE-Phi Eta Sigma-Flv Cb Johnson, Ralph B., Jr.-Rockford, Ill.-Meteor- Wayland Cb, v-pres-Theta Chi, pledge marshal Johnson, Susan K.-Ashland-OcT-Ti Northland- OT Cb-Gamma Phi Beta Johnson, Thomas S.-Janesville-EE-SAM-Phi Delta Theta, sec Johnson, Wayne J.-Elroy-EE-Phi Eta Sigma- Eta Kappa Nu-Tau Beta Pi-Soph High Honors- AIEE-IRE-Triangle Jones, Duane E.-Beloit-EE-Crew-LSA Choir- LSA, v-pres Jones, Ellyn L.-Wauwatosa-Speech-Eta Kappa Lambda, sec-LHA Cent Soc Comm-LHA Soc Comm-LHA Fm Comm-Dormsylvania, dorm duke chm, decor comm-Wis Players-Elm Dr, res aide- Slichter, Homecoming Button chm Jones, Michael E.-Menomonie-EE Jones, Richard H.-Madison-EE-Wesley Found- Bashford Methodist, youth dir Jones, William C.-Beaver Darn-AgrE-YGOP- March Band Joy, Allen K.-Marinette-Econ K Kachel, Patricia S.-NVauwatosa-HEc-Tf Stout- Euthenics-Newman Cb-Model UN, sec comm Kadmg, David W.-Racine-Labor Econ-Gilman Hse, soc chm Kaercher, Ray A.-WVatertown-CiE tb LB-ASCE- MHA Cab-LHA, cab, ed dir-Spooner Hse, pres, reas Kaine, Barbara-New Rochelle, N.Y.-Sp Cor Kalscheur, Carol N.-Deerfield-Music Ed-Tt Luther -Sigma Alpha Iota, v-pres, pledge trainer-Univ Symph Orch-Wmns Chorus Kalscheur, Robert J .-Cross Plains-EE-Eta Kappa Nu-IRE Kalupa, James E.-Princeton-Intl Rel Kammski, Ronald J.-Menasha-Intl Rel-Artus- Soph Honors Kane, Robert A., Jr -Wis Dells-Pharm-Tf Mar- quette-WPhS-APhA Kaphengst, Allen A.-Chicago, Ill.-EE-IRE- AIEE-Chamberlin Hse, treas, pres Kapoor, Harnath-Madison-MetE-Tf India- ASMetE-AFS-LHA Fr Wk, chm-Turner Hse, pres Karls, Donna M.-Fond du Lac-Nurs-Alpha Tau Delta-Union Dance Comm-Kappa Delta Karlson, Edward T.-New Hyde Park, N,Y.-Econ Karr, Burkhard E.-Green Bay-Germ Lit-Tf Green Bay-Germ Cb, pres-Germ Play-Conserv Cb Kartschoke, Robert P.-Shorewood-EE-Phi Eta Sigma-WHA-Pi Tau Pi Sigma-Tau Beta Pi- Eta Kappa Nu-Acacia, msh chm Kaska, Barbara A.-Oak Park, Ill.-Philo-WSA Publ Comm-AWS Fashion Show Clothing Comm- Campus Carn Judge Comm-Gamma Phi Beta, rush chm, Humo chm Kastner, Patricia A-Delavan-Nat Sci-LHA Pub Comm-Slichter, soc chm Katte, Stuart H.-Kohler-Market-Tf Sheboygan- SAM-Market Cb-Vilas Hse, treas Kaufman, Robert S.-Chicago, Ill.-Pol Sci-IF Langdon St Comm-Hillel-Badger Party-YDem -Alpha Epsilon Pi, v-pres, treas, sgt-at-arms Keane, Jean A.-Richland Center-HEc G Keck, William K.-Oconomowoc-Ind Mgt-Phi Gamma Delta, treas Keliher, Kathleen-Madison-Acct-Badger-Union 'Sizzle Comm-Badger Block Card Comm-Phi Shi eta Keller, Shirley M.-Neillsville-Nurs-Gamma Delta -Harris Hse, pres Kelsey, Edwin W.-Delavan-Dairy Husb 8: Agr E- Blue Shield 4-H-Saddle dc Sirloin Cb-Agr dz HEc Chorus-FFA-Bashford Hse, pres Kennedy, Rita M.-Madison-EEd-Pi Lambda Theta-Newman Cb-NEA-Alpha Gamma Delta, soc chm Kenney, Ronald E.-Cedarburg-Psych-MHA Act Comm, chm-MHA Cab Kent, Maurice M.-Madison-Art-Provost Corp Kenyon, JoAnn H.-Middleton-Cor Adm Kepner, Glen W.-Milwaukee-ME-Tf UWM- ASME . Keymar, Bruce A.-Wauwatosa-Intl Rel-Sigma Delta Pi Kiddle, Mary E.-Ann Arbor, Mich.-Span 8: Eng- Sigma Delta Pi, corres sec-Span Cb-NSW Guide- Pan-hel, deferred rush comm-Pi Beta Phi, corres sec, rush chm, soc chm Kiedrowski, James A.-Madison-EE-Tf .UWM Kielhold, Arlene H.-Madison-Phy Med-Phi Theta -Newman Cb Kies, Thomas D.-West Allis-Pharm-APhA- WPhS-Kappa Psi Kiesling, David L.-Fort Atkinson-Dairy Husb- Saddle 85 Sirloin-Mitchell Airmen-Delta Theta Sigma Kilthau, Jerome H.-Milwaukee-MetE-Ti UWM- SAME-Min dz Met Cb Kilton, Wayne N.-Sheboygan-Pers . n Kim, Young M.-Sheboygan-EE-Tf Mississippi State-IRE Kinas, Kenneth P.-Green Lake-ME-YGOP- Badger Auto Cb-SAE-Chi Phi Kind, Peter A.-Hager City-Econ-Campus Ch-est -Mock Dem Conv-LSA, v-pres, relig dir, hist, rec dir-Pi Tau Pi Sigma, commander-YMCA, pres, v-pres King, Carolyn-Jane H.-Bethesda, Md.-Eng-Tf Penn State-New Idea-Alpha Phi, standards chm Kipen, Kenneth M.-Milwaukee-Philo-Tf Michigan Kjrch, Frederick J.-Madison-Ins-Ins Soo-Fly Cb Kirchner, Leon G.-Green Bay-Pharm-Tf Green Gay-Rho Chi-APhA Klaetsch, Sydney E.-Madison-Market-Market, Cb-Badger Vets D Klauser, James R.-South Milwaukee-Pol Sci- Psi Upsilon, rush chm, v-pres Klee, Barbara A.-Glenview, Ill.-ChD-Tf Loretto Heights-Union Soc Comm-Prom Comm-WRA -Bowling Cb, chm-Coeds Cong Rep-Pi Beta Phi Klein, Ann G.-Newark, N.J.-Hist-Union Human Rel Comm-Villa Maria, pres Kleist, Donald J .-Collins-ME-SAME-Tau Kappa Epsilon, sec, hist Kleman, Nancy J.-Menominee, Mich.-Nurs-Ti Marquette Klika, Donald C.-Appleton-Acct-Ins Soc-Market Cb Klose, John P.-Brookfield-Hort-Tf UWM-LHA Pers Comm Klotz, Carole E.-Mt. Vernon, N.Y.-Hist dr Eng- Scheders-WSA Pub Comm, graph art chm-WSA Leadership Comm-Coeds Cong-Gilman Hse, soc ohm, hse pres - Klotzko, Brenda S.-Mt Vernon, N.Y.-Hist Klukas, Herbert A.-Prairie du Sac-Econ-Football -Cardinal-Sigma Nu Knilans, Ronald S.-Cambridge-PEd-Bascball- Boxing-Golf-Alpha Delta Phi, ath ohm Knoblock, Judith A.-Peoria, Ill-Geol-Badger Prod Staff-Cheerleader-AWS Fashion Model- Model Pers Comm-Kappa Alpha Theta, Humo choreo Knothe, Robert J.-Richland Center-Food Tech- Football-Ag Stud Coun-Food Tech, sec, treas- Food Tech Cb, pres Knutson, Donald E.-Janesville-Dairy Hush-Blue Shield 4-H-Saddle tb Sirloin-Aer-HEc Chorus- Univ Symph Orch-Dairy Judge-Little Intl Queens, chm-Bethel Choir-Botkin Hse, pres- Delta Theta Sigma, v-pres, rush chm -Knutzen, Donald L,-Mauston-Zoo-Provost Corp, pres-Jt Mil Bd-Scabbard dz Blade-Conover Hse, ath dir. pres-Chi Phi Kober, Dale P.-West Bend- Psych-Wesley Found- Threo Squares Cb Koch, Edgar L.-Sheboygan-Med Sci-Crcw- lX1itchellAirmen-Phi Clii-Chrlmberlin Hse, soc ohm Koenig, Leonard G.-Marshfield-Plmrm-Newman Cb-Market Ch, pres-WPhS l Kogut, Clara IVI.-Chicago. Ill.-Bout-Sigma Epsilon Sigma-ISA-Newman Cb-Union PR Comm- Union I-Ise Rep-Coun of Nine Kohlenberg, Sandra B.-Green Bay-Art-ILS Coun Rep-Hillel Soc Comm. USWF chm-Union Gul Comm-Villa Maria, v-pres, hse fellow-W'ullcr- stein Hse, pres. hse fellow Kohlstedt, William G.-Salem-An Hub Komro, James J.-Durand-Pharm-Tf Eau Claire- lVPhS-Newman Cb Kopeck, Joseph C.-Milwaukee-ME-Tf UWM- ASME-Newman Cb-LHA Act Comm Ko plin, Sally A.-Tomahawk-Acct-'l'f Stout- Cctopus-Haas Hse, pres Kam, Margaret A.-Winneconne-Pliarin-Tl Stout- VVPhS-Kappa Epsilon-Kiekofcr Hse, pres Korseherg, Gail A.-Richland Center-Voice-Tl' St Olaf-A Cappella Choir-Wmns Chorus-Sigma Alpha Iota-Alpha Xi Delta, song chm Kort, Raymond C.-Shawano-EE-Tf UWM-IRE Kortkamp, Linda. L.-lllisconsin Rapids-Med Sci- Sigma Epsilon Sigma 4 Kosloski, Carol A.-Oconomowoc-Pliy Med-Phi Theta-Union Soc Comm-NSVV Guide-AWS Big Sister-Hooters Sail Cb-Barnard Christmas For- mnl, chni-Alpha Xi Delta, pres Kotnour, Kenneth D.-Berwyn, Ill.-ChE-AIChE- Lambda Chi Alpha, treas Kowalski, Judith J.-Coleman-Eng-Tf hlarinetlc- Sigma Epsilon Sigma-Baptist Stud Ctr-Span Cb- Tertulia Kowitz, Alice E.-Madison-PEd-NVRA, pres, rec sec-PEd Cb-Homecoming Pom Pom Comm. ohm-Alpha Gamma Delta. asst act chm Kracmer, Agnes M.-Silver Lake-Pol Sci-LSA Choir-Dolphins-A Cappella Choir-Leonard Hse, pres Kraemer, Richard J.-Madison-Chem Kraff, Bonnie-lliiami Beach, Fla.-Hist-Alpha Epsilon Phi Kramer, Ted J.-Platteville-ME-ASME-Track Kranendonk, Donald H.-Oostburg-SEd-Hoofer Sail Cb-Hanley Hse, soc chm, ath dir Krasny, Donald P.-Wisconsin Rapids-CiE-Tf Central State-ASCE Krause, David R.-Appleton-Geol-Tf Menasha- Geol Cb Krause, Donald L.-Granton-Acct-Com Stud-Fac Bd, pres-Sr Coun, com rep-Beta Alpha Psi Krebs, Harry J.-Monroe-Dairy Ind-Tl' Platteville -Babcock Dairy Sr-i Cb-Fly Cb-FFA Kreeger, Carol J.-Washington, DC.-Cor Adm- Homecoming, show comm, pub comm-Coed Cong- Alpha Epsilon Phi Krier, James E.-Watertown-Eeon-Artus-Home coming PR Comm-WSA Recog Comm-Dist Comm-Provost Corp, design ohm-Mil Ball Comm chm-Sigma Alpha Epsilon, pr chm Kripps, Darlene G.-Madison-HEc Journ-Tf St Olaf-Euthenics-HEc Hosp Day-LSA Choir- Coronto Kritz, Mary M.-Spring Green-Pol Sci-Model UN, pub chm, gen chm-Union Place Comm-Badger Party-Mock Sen-YDem-Mock Dem Conv, chm-Intl Cb-CCUN, region dir Krivan, David C.-Rockford, Ill.-Pol Sci-Tf Colorado Kroepfl, James F.-Racine-Soc K.roes, Elizabeth A.-Fond du Lac-Chem-Tf Marian-Cardinal-Mock Pol Conv-Newman Cb Krueger, Alice-Kenosha-Pharm-Tf Kenosha- WPhA-Kappa Epsilon-Tabard Inn, hse pres Krueger, Elaine C.-Two Rivers-Cor Adm-Sigma Epsilon Sigma., comm co-chm-Dolphins-IC Assoc Wmns Stud Comm, chm-ILS Coun Rep Krueger, Larry V.-Antigo-ChE Krupinski, Fausta F.-Salem-Fren-Tf Southeast Jr-Cardinal-Intl Cb-Fren Cb-Barnard, chorus, spkrs chm, Homecoming chm,. Campus Carn co- chm-Chadbourne, Homecoming gen comm- French Hse, AWS rep, pres Krush, Neal G.-Milwaukee-ME-ASME Kruswicki, Adrian F.-Chicago, Ill.-Acct-Beta Alpha Psi-NDTA. sec-Union Soc Comm-Evans Scholars, treas, act. ohm Kubley, Roy R.-Glidden-Sci Ed-Arnold Air Soc, pres-Delta. Epsilon-Boxing-.It Discip Comm, pres-LHA Ath Comm-LHA Jud Bd, pres- Mack Hse, pres, ath chm Kubnick, Jerry L.-Milwaukee-ME-Tf UWM- SAE-Theta Delta Chi Kuckhahn, Rosemarie-Merrill-Pharm-Ti Wausau -Soph Honors-Kappa. Epsilon-Calvary, choir, hostess comm Kuehn, Virginia A.-Madison-Pliy Med-Newman Cb-Phi Theta, Kuernmerlein, Patricia A.-Milwaukee-EEd-NSW Guide-Alpha Phi Kuetemeyer, John C.-Brookheld-ChE-TE UWM- AICliE-Lalfollette Ilse, Iise coun, Hr chm Kufiik, Louise-Forest Hill, N.Y.-Pol Sci-Union Forum Comm-Orchesis Kulcinski, Gerald L.-Cr-rlarherg-Chl5-MACE- Iron Cross-Phi Eta Sigma-Phi Kappa Phi- Footbnll-NV Ch-Chi Phi Kulwin, Richard J.-Chicago, Ill.-Eng-Badger Bl, non chm, arrang chm-NSYV Guide-Uniou PR Comm-Theater Crew-IF PR Comm-Ili' Pcrs Cont Comm-Parents Day Comm-Zeta Beta Tau, soc chm, song chin Kumke, Gordon W.-Madison-CiE-Tf Racine- ASCE-l-Ioolcrs Ch Kunert, Kurt W.-Ripon-Acct-Phi Eta Sigma- Alpha Kappa Psi Kurtz, Peter H.-Marlison-Pharm-Crew-March Bixnd-I-Ioofcrs ltizlinz Cb Kussow, Wayne R.-Oconto-Soils-Alpha Zeta- Agr Sturl Coun. pres-Stud Sen-Crops Sz Soils Cb, pros-Land Judge Team-Delta Thr-tu Sigrmi Kutz, Lawrence A.-llales Corners-EE-IRl1I- Mitchell Airmcn Kvool, Charles W.-Madison-Econ-Tf Whitewater -YD:-m-Bethel Stud Ctr, pres L LnCourt, Kay M.-Madison-llEr:-Bailacr Blk Cards Comm it c-xl-rf soc-Pun-licl Rush Coun-Humo Puh :ind Prom Comm-llomecomina Prom Comm- Union Soc Comm-Union Ilse Comm-Campus CUFF'-Allilizi Xi lh-ltu, v-pres, marshal LaFontaine, David L.-Str-tsonvillof-f'il?f-ASCE- SAME Lallier, John R.-Fonll ilu Lac-EE Lamb, Donald K.-.Iunusville-Intl Rel Lambert, Milton VB.-Point Pleasant, W. Va.-Med Sm-Phi Eta Sigma-Phi Beta Kappa-Phi Chi Landergott, Jacqueline-South Milwaukee-Pol Sci- Tf l'lVhl-Ylleuis Landgraf, William, Jr.-llaywzirml-Joiirn Adv- Carrliual-Markct Cb-lilc-Ita Simua Pi Landmeler, Joyce M.-Wlicuton, Ill.-HEC-Union Soc Comm-AWS Dir Comm-llEc Ilosp Day Comm-NSW Guirle-liutlienics-Res Airle Lane, Patricia A.-Wausau-A Ed-Tf Wausau- Sr Swingout-IJormsylvainia-Parents VVknrl Comm -Forensics-llomc-coming Float Comm-UW Ext Conf Dol Lange, Janice L.-Rlilwaukee-Plfd-Wmns PEd -Wmns PE1l Stud-Fac Comm, clam-Liz Vlfaters. Jud ohm Langer, Judith A.-Sun Prairie-HEC-Tf Marquette -Phi Upsilon Omicron-Newman Ch-Euthenics- YDcms-Ross Hse, v-pres Langnes, Gerald L.-Dclavan-AlinE-Football- Swimming-LSA Choir, v-pres-AIMMPE-Sigma Nu. hase mgi, cliaplin Langnes, Mary L.-Madison-ChD-MHA Radio Statl'-HEc Hosp Day-Badger Olym-Liz Waters Formal Comm Lanz, William H.-hlonroc-Econ-Phi Mu Alpha- Ins Soc Lara, Leonidas-Bogota, Columbia-Intl Rel Larkee, Robert L.-Waupaca-Pharm-WPhS LaRowe, Myron E.-Kokomo, Ind.-Econ, Pol Sci- Campus Party, camp mgr-Badger Classics-ILS Coun-Sr Counc-Badger. Sales Mgr, Adv Mgr- Phi Gamma Delta, hist Larson, Donald L.-Spring Green-Pol Sci Larson, Martha S.-Port Washington-Speech-NSW Guide, Spec Serv chm-Union Soc Comm-Badger Blk, design chm-Campus Chest, prom chm- Persian Market, chm-Phi Beta, hist-Liz Waters, soc chm-Delta Delta Delta, rec chm Larson, Raymond E.-Eau Claire-CiE-Tf Eau Claire-ASCE-Alpha Phi Omega Larson, Sally J.-Black River Falls-Soc Wk Lasecki, Lambert L.-Pulaski-Agr E-SAE-ASAE Lathers, Mary E.-Madison-Journ Adv-Badger Adv Mfg-Theta Sigma Phi-Delta Gamma, v-pres Lawlor, Michael C.-Milwaukee-Met.E-lylining ck Met Cb-Randall Hse, soc elim Lawrence, Gary G.-Green Bay-Pol Sci-Tf Green Bay-WSA Elect Comm-Phi Delta Theta Lea, Nancy A.-Beaver Dam-Psych-Tf Oskhosh- WRA-Model UN-Mock Dem Conv-Pres Hse Leach, Judith A.-Hartford-Psych-Sigma Epsilon Sigma-Soph Honors-Phi Kappa Phi-AWS Fash- ion Show, pers comm-WSA Honors Day, pub chm- Alpha Phi, asst rush chin, v-pres LeBauer, Alice L.-Lawrence, N.Y.-Hist-Tf Wilson -Badger Index ed-AWS Acad Comm-WSA Travel Comm Lee, Daniel T.-Chicago, Ill.-SEd-Tf Carthage- Hoofers Cb-LSA, stud sen Lee, Harland E.-Cashton-Pharm-Tf St. Olaf- LSA-WPhS-Kappa. Psi, treas Lee, Leverne J .-Madison-Fin-Tf LaCrosse-SAM Lehrmann, James A.-Milwaukee-CiE--Tf UWM- ASCE Leidel, Edwin M., Jr.-Milwaukee-Phy-Tl' UWM- Cardinal-Canterbury Cb, treas-Sigma Alpha Epsilon-St Francis Hse, treas Leitl, Elva M.-Sheboygan-Phy Med-Phi Theta LeMahieu, Sandra F.-Milwaukee-Art-Tf UWM- Art Stud Leag, UWM Lemanski, Leonard E.-Madison-EE-AIEE Lemon, Judith K.-Madison-Soc Wk-Sigma Epsilon Sigma.-AWS, jud chm, natl conv Lentz. Gretchen-Oshkosh-Hist-Canterbury Cb Lenzer, John P.-Madison-Geol Lelmk. Ronald J.-Milwaukee-ME-Tf UWM- Jud Bd-Beta Rho-ASME-Jones Hse, pres, Lepinski, Richard J.-Wausau-Com-Tf W - NSW-Delia Tau Delta 'Mau Lerner, LUCY J.-Milwaukee-HEQ-Victoria. Hse, soc chm-Tower View. soc ohm Letendre, Cheri J.-Madison-Speech-AVVS Fashion Model. pcrs chm-Humo Kickline-Alpha Chi Omcml. blcrlge soc chm, Campus Carn, Humo chrn Leveque, Karen A.-Madison-Sp Cor-Sigma Alpha Eta. soc chm-Chi Omega L9Ve1'00S, Mary P.-Superior-Sp Cor-Tf Superior- AWS Fashion Show-AWS Acad Comm-NSW Guide-Campus Chest-Fr Leader Train Guide- WSA Pers Place Comm-Sigma Alpha Eta, sec- Pi Beta Phi, v-pres, pres Levin, Faye M.-Milwaukee-MdT Lelflnil NHHCY R.-New York, N.Y.-Fren-NSA Seminar Comm, chm. reg conv co-orciinator-IAWS loxcc Comm. dis group chm-Union Forum Comm- Hampton Hse, v-pres. pres Lelgvlsi Lawrence I.-Columbus, Ohio-MetE-Am Soc of Metals-Prom, decor chin-Phi Delta Theta I-ellgllgike, Gary L.-Wausau-Econ-Ins Soc-Gamma e a LSYYHHU. .Janet H.-Wauwatosa-HEC-Tf UWM- Sigma. Epsilon Sigma-Omicron Nu, pros-Phi KHPD11 Phi-Phi Upsilon Omicron, v-pres-Euthenics -Tf Guide-Senior Coun-Haresfoot Costumes- .WLHA-Slichter Hall, Hr chin-Alpha Phi Lichty, Thomas J.-Madison-Speech-Humo Prod Chm-llarcsfoot Pub Comm-Wis Players-Union Thcater Comm-VVSA Leadership Sim-Home- coming Prom Comm, pub chm-WSA Pers Cont .Comm-Sigma Alpha Epsilon Lickus, Barbara A.-Chesterton, Ind.-Pol Sci-Tf Ball-YDcn'1s-Mock Dem Conv-Campbell Hse, lisefellow Llddle. Bradway A., Jr.-Delavan-Acct-Beta Alpha Psi-LHA, cab, rin chm, reorg comm, alumni comm U-LHA Store, asst mgr-Gilman Hse, soc chm, treas Llerlau, Jams' L.-Mt. Horeb-HEC Journ-Phi Upsilon Omicron-Wis Country Mag-LSA, asst ed. ed. choir, Dubl chm, coun member, pr chm- Orch-HEc Hosp Day, guide, asst pub chm, asst -WLC Chm-Euthenics Llggeff, Sylvia. L.-Madison-AEd-Union Craft Comm, sec-Union Gallery Comm, sec-Chi Omega, .Homecoming display chm Lighter, Marilyn-Madison-Speech-Pan-hel. rush chm-Univ Chorus-Phi Beta-Alpha, Gamma .Delta. pledge act chm, soc ohm Lfndgfell, Wayne G.-Oconto-Hist-Tf Oshkosh Lmdmark,.Mary C.-Milton Junction-Eng-Sigma Delta Pi-LHA Film Comm-Slichter Hall News -Chm-Union Film Comm Lindsay, Peter H,-Superior-Pol Sci-Newman Cb. soc comm-MHA Radio Cb-Alpha Tau Omega. .lise pres L1I1dSeY, Ann L.-Chippewa Falls-Soc Wk-Tf .Macalester-Delta Delta Delta, hist, soc chm Lindsey, Lucien B.-Chicago, Ill,-Hist-Span Cb- -UT. Cong rep-IF Rel Comm-Sigma Alpha' .EPS1lOD. pres, soc chm, song leader Llndwall, Jon R.-hlanitowoc-Act Sci-Ins Soc- Pres Hse, usher-LHA Cab-Frankenburger, Hse -pres, ath chm, treas Lms, Suzanne-Milwaukee-OcT-Coed's Cong- .Chi Omega List, Priscilla L.-Evanston, Ill.-Psych-Badger. Prod, sr ed, assoc ed-Mock GOP Conv-Badger Beauty Contest, co-chm-Union Soc Comm-PR Comm-Summer Prom Fin Chm-Alpha Soc- Pan-hel Quota Study Comm-Pan-hel, mechamcs rush chm-IF-Pan-hel Big Ten Conv, co-chm- Kappa Delta, soc chm, parliamentarian, ed chm, act chm, Humo chm, Tourn of Song, Campus CMH Lo, Hau-Chau J.-Hong Kong-Econ-Tf Hong Kong Lochner, Robert H.-Black Earth-Math-Tf St. Thomas-Hoofers Mountain Cb I Loft, Marilyn A.-Capron, Ill.-AEd-Union Gal Comm-Newman Cb-St Pauls Choir-Wis Players -Ketterer Hse, soc chm Logeman, John D., Jr.-Fond du Lac-Market- IF Ath Comm-Market Cb-Soc Mitchell Airmen, commander-Arnold Air Soc-Delta Sigma Pl. pledge trainer, rush chm, v-pres. pres Long, Cynthia A.-Eau Claire-EED-Chadbourne, co-soc chm-Pi Beta Phi Long, Gordon A.-Madison-Com-Tf Wausau- Stud Coun, treas Longrie, Leland L.-Green Bay-Psych-Tf GICGD Bay-March Band Look, Kenneth W.-Kaukauna-Pharm-WPhS- Calvary-Scabbard dc Blade, prog chm-Campus Red Cross Blood Dr, fin chm, pub chm-IF-Sigma Phi Epsilon, pres, rush chm, ath chm ' Lorenz, Arthur W.-Plymouth-Nat Sci-LHA, tutor chm, ed, schol chm-Arnold Air Soc-Calvary. usher chin-Siebecker Hse, pub chm, schol Chnl. sec, v-pres Losey, David A.-Evansville-Soc Loskot, Donna F.-Edgar-Soc-Tf Carroll-Pres Hse, choir coun Love, Eleanor F.-Waukesha-Psych-USF-UYWCA Intl Comm, co-chm-Cool Hse, hsefellow Loveless, Carole A.-Edgerton-Hist-Tf SWVGDS Point-Scheders-AWS. Sr Swingmlt PWS 00mm- Mock GOP Conv. del co-ohm Lowell, Shirley M.-Milwaukee-ChD-Fr Camp Couns-HomecomingButtonsComm-CMDDUSCZLFD. Clown Comm-Sr Swingout, invit comm. ushers comm-Alpha Chi Omega 475 L W n l eiifer E.-Chicano. Ill -.Iourn Adv- campus rep- Chi-Cardinal. 0 e tha, J y , . Ti Roosevelt-Collage 8: Playboy, Alpha Delta Sigma-Sigma Delta . photo-Badger, photo-IVSA Prom Comm-Union News Bureau-Union Gal Comm-Union Dark- room Cornm, chin-Hillel Lower, JoAnn H.-Madison-Am Inst Loy, Jean E.-Madison-Art Ed-YWCA. PR COIUIU, Y-Teen leader Luckow, Loraine D.-Beaver Dam-HEC Ed-Blue Shield 4-H, sec-Euthenics-HEc High School Day-Calvary Stud Ctr-Union Film Comm-Phi Upsilon Ornicron, treas-Zoe Bayliss, pres, bd of dir Lucdke, Katherine E.-hlilwaukee-Soc-Tf Bradford .Ir Col-Badger Party-YGOP, pub chm-Pi Beta Phi. courtesy chm Luetschwager, Donald W.-Wausau-ME-Tf Wau- sau-Calvary U Luftig, Florence-New York, N.Y.-Hist Luher, Merlin L.-Sauk City-CiE-ASCE 7 Luhman, Fred E.-Watertown-Acct-Alpha Kappa Psi, treas-Beta Alpha Psi Lull, Robert E.-Wausau-ME-Tf Wausau-ASME -Bryan Hse, ath chm Lundin, Leona M.-Palos Park, Ill.-Fren Lynn, Mary C.-Geneva, Neb.-Hist-Ti Colorado- Symposium, chm-NSA-Delta Delta Delta Mc McBeath, Susan A.-Madison-Sp Cor-NSW Guide -Sigma Alpha Eta-Alpha Phi V McCarthy, James F.-Madison-Mus-Phi Mu Alpha, treas-Wis Players-Haresfoot McCarthy, Patricia A.-Rockford, Ill.-Eng :Sz Wis Previews-AWS, pres-Stud sen-Fashion Show, sec dr treas-AWS Honors Day, chm-WSA, pr sec-SLIC-Kappa Alpha Theta, sec, Pan-hel rep, pledge pres coun McCartney, Melvin G.-M i lt o n-A c c t-H u in o- Haresfoot Cb-IF PR Comm-WSA Parents Wknd Comm-WSA PR Comm-WSA Tf Stud Comm- Beta Alpha Psi-Sigma Alpha Epsilon, corres sec Richard E., Jr.-Milltown-CiE-YGOP- McCorkle, William S., Jr.-Richland Center-Econ- Chi Phi, sec I McEwen, Ann G.-Puerto Rico-Psych-Union Tourn Comm-Badger Olym-WSA Welfare Comm- Campus Carn-Gamma Phi Beta, corres sec, pres McGinnis, Catharine-Milwaukee-Text Chem-Phi Upsilon Omicron, soc chm-WSA Spec ProJects Dir-Parents Day, chm-Homecoming Buttons Comm, chm-Campus Carn Judg Cornm, chm- WSA Prog Comm, chm-WSA Pers Comm, pub chm-Mock Pol Conv, exec sec-Previews-Kappa Kappa Gamma, soc chm McLean, Edward L.-Lancaster-Agr Econ-Tf River Falls :St Platteville--SLIC-Wesley, fin chm, steward-Agr Econ Soc, sec-FFA, treas McMillen, Donald F.-Endeavor-AgrE-ASAE- SAME McNelis, Carroll A.-Elmhurst, Ill.-Eng dr Hist- Tf Ripon M MacGregor, Roderick D., Jr.-Milwaukee-Phy- Phi Eta Sigma-Pres Hse-WSA Sohol Comm Maciolek, Ralph B.-Milwaukee-Met-Ti UWM- ASM-Min dr Met Cb-LHA Cab Rep-Turner Hse, soc chm Mack, Peter M.-Madison-Eng-Newman Cb- Scabbard dt Blade-Mil Ball King Cand-Stud Sen-Cardinal Bd of Control, pres-Sigma Alpha Epsilon, rush chm, pledge pres . Mack, Ronald N.-West Milwaukee-Pol Sci-Tf So. Ill.-Insight dr Outl0ok-Wrestling-Gyninastics -Phi Gamma Delta Mackie, Marilyn R.-Madison-SEd-Union Hostess -Calvary Choir-Scheders MacNeil, Douglas M.-Milwaukee-Econ-Iron Cross -NDTA-IF, pres-IF Rel Comm, chm-Chi Psi, v-pres Madding, Carl M.-Green Bay-Econ-Tennis-IF Invest Comm-Chi Psi Mahnke, Calvin C.-Manitowoc-Art-NSW-YGOP -Football-Psi Uspilon, pres, v-pres Malchow, Harvey L.-Medford-Phy . Malek, Virginia A.-Berwyn, Ill.-Art-Hoofers Sail Cb-Hooters Ski Cb-Prom Decor Comm-WSA Pub Comm-Alpha Gamma Delta Mancoff, Neal A.-Chicago. Ill.-Acct-Phi Eta Sigma-Soph Honors-Badger Blk Pub Comm- Campus Carn Tickets Comm-NDTA-New Idea, non-fict ed-Beta Alpha Psi-Zeta Beta Tau Manning, Thomas M.-Sheboygan-Econ-Sigma Chi Marks, Ethel R.-Milwaukee-I-Iist-Union Lit Comm -Carroll Hse, pres Markworth, John A.-Nladison-MinE-Nautilus Soc -Baseball-Joint Mil-Board-M dz ME Cb- Chi Phi Marquardt, Dale R.-Wausau-Econ-Tf Wausau- SAM-Fin Soc Marr, Mary L.-Watertowvn-Span-Tf Macalester- Span Cb-Pledge Pres Coun-Res Aide Pilot Prog- Alpah Xi Delta, pledge pres, v-pres-Ann Emery, soc chm, res aide Marshall, Ann N.-Chicago. Ill.-Hist Marshall, David R.-Oshkosh-Eng-Tf Oshkosh Marshall, John R.-Jefferson-Med Sci-Phi Chi- Sigma Alpha Epsilon, pledge trainer Martell, Phyllis G.-Madison-Fren-Tf River Falls- Fren Cb-Scheders-Newman Cb 476 Martin, David E.-Owen-Zoo-USF Martin, David L.-Milton Junction-Acct-Alpha Kappa Psi Martin, Judith L.-Glencoe, Ill,-Music-Ti Colo- rado-Phi Beta-Greek IVk, co-chm-LSA Choir -Devil dt Dan Webster-Chi Omega, song chm Maruyarna, Lenore S.-Honolulu, Hawaii-Hawaii Cb-Elsom Hse, sec Mashuda, Elaine G.-Princeton-Fren-Snow Hse, v-pres Mason, Judith M.-Chippewa Falls-Sp-Ti St. Catherine-Newman Cb-Campus Chest-YGOP- Nixon dc Lodge Cb--Alpha Phi Massenza, Mary-Racine-Eng-Tf Racine--Badger Christian Fellowship Massie, Marianne C.-Madison-Soc Wk-Tabard Inn, soc chm, IVRA rep Matarrese, Roger R.-Kenosha-MetE Mather, Carmen L.-Milwaukee-Nat Soi-Sigma Epsilon Sigma-Rush Coun-Union News Bureau- YGOP-Scheders-Campus Carn Judg Comm- Stud Sen-Campus Chest Persian Market Comm- Sr Swingout, march chm-AWS Natl Conv, gen chm-Alpha Phi, treas Mather, Leilani M.-Fond du Lac-Hist-Campus Chest, pub chm-Sr Swingout. Pub Comm-NSW Guide-Liz Waters, Hr chm-AWS, Nat Conv chm-Alpha Gamma Delta, asst rush chm Matoi, Amy E.-Haiku, Hawaii-EEd-Scheders, sec Mattes, Roger F.-Green Bay-Eng-Tf Green Bay- Amateur Radio Soc Mattison, Martha A.-Rockford, Ill.-HEc-Kappa Alpha Theta, treas Mattke, Phillip J.-Portage-Econ 6: Ins-Basket- ball, mgr-Ins Soc Mattson, Bengt H.-Ashland-CiE-Tf Northland- ASCE Maxwell, Richard D.-Madison-Eng-Tf N.Y. 85 Brockport Mayer, Ralph E.-Colgate-Agn-Alpha Zeta, sec- Scabbard dr Blade, pledge trainer-Blue Shield 4-H-Alpha Gamma Rho Mayhew, Garry G.-Plymouth-Acct-Phi Eta Sigma -Soph Honors-Badger Band-March Band- Concert Band-Beta Alpha Psi-Alpha Delta Phi, treas Mayhew, Margaret A.-Plymouth-Nat Sci-Scheders -Zoe Bayliss Hse, sec Mead, Julian E.-Evanston, Ill.-Com Adm-IF Invest Comm, chm-Delta Upsilon pres, v-pres,, pledge trainer Meckenstock, John L.-Ottawa, Ill.-ME dr Com- Tf Purdue-Tau Beta Pi-Sigma Alpha Epsilon, v-pres, pledge trainer Meisenheimer, Robert E.-Hartland-Econ-SAM Meissner, Emily M.-Hartford-Soc Wk-Phi Kappa Phi-Model UN-Parent's Wknd, hsing comm, elect comm-Union House Comm-AWS, fund drive chm-Badger-Liz Waters, store comm, intra- rnurals com ohm Melick, Gail B.-Medford-Span-Scheders-Span Cb-Liz Waters, fir chm Melin, Kenneth A.-Withee--Acct-SAM-Track Melncilrf B.-Baraboo-Oct-Hillel-NSW Guide Melzer, Daniel W.-Sheboygan Falls-ME-Cork servative Cb-ASME-Wesley Found-Ski Team -Sigma Alpha Epsilon Menzel, Lois M.-Racine-Zoo-Sigma Epsilon Sigma, sec-Crucible-Phi Kappa Phi-Sr Swingout Invit Comm-AWS Fashion Show Acad Comm-News Bureau-NSW Guide-WSA Pers Comm-SLlC- Liz Waters, v-pres, Unit V v-pres Merkel, Barbara G.-Nashotah-Ap Music-Sigma Epsilon Sigma-Phi Kappa Phi-Mortar Bd, sec- A Capella Choir, sec-Canterbury Cb, tea chm, altar guild, sec-Intl Cb-WSA-AWS-Sigma Alpha Iota, prog chm, pres-Zoe Bayliss, prog chm-Breese Hse, sec Mess, Alan W.-Madison-Agr Eng-Crew-W Cb Metcalf, Katherine A.-Dodgeville-EEd-Tf Cottey -Pi Lambda Theta Meyer, Carol K.-Madison-A Art-Tf Colorado- Pi Beta Phi, asst rush chm ' Meyer, Darell L.-Sheboygan-EE-Tf Sheybogan- Union Hse Rep-Wis Eng, layout ed-Triangle, sec Meyer, Franklin F.-Milwaukee-Market-Tf UWM Meyer, Karen R.-Wauwatosa-I-IEc-Phi Upsilon Omicron, prog chm-Univ Rel Coun, sec-Christian Science Org, corres sec-Euthenics-Liz Waters, pres, treas. Unit IV v-pres Meyer, Raymond N.-River Falls-ME-Tf River Falls-SAE-ASME-Newman Cb ' Meyers, Nancee L.-Madison-Rec Mided, Robert M.-Evanston, I11.-Fin-Tf Illinois- Fin Soc-Sigma Alpha Mu Mielke, Lloyd E.-Menasha-ME-Tf St Norbert- SAM-Phi Delta Theta Mikulsky, Robert L.-Madison-EE-Kappa Eta Kappa Milbrot, William E.-Mayville-ME-Tf Marquette- ASME-Baptist Stud Ctr Milestone, Donna R.-Shullsburg-MdT-LSA, hist- WRA-Alpha Delta Theta, pledge chm-Ellsworth Hse, pres-Barnard, exec coun Milheim, James G.-Sharon, Pa.-Dairy Husb-Tf Heidelberg-LSA, choir, sen, ath chm-Alpha Gamma Rho Miller, Albert H., Jr.-Madison-CiE Miller, Charles D.-Watertown-Acct-Tf Marquette -Campus Cam Clown-Alpha Epsilon Pi Miller, Elizabeth K.-University City, Mo.-Adv- Cheerleader-Humo, gen chm-Pan-hel Ball, gen chm-Wis Pre-Views-Campus Carn, pub chm- Union PR Comm-Alumnus-Theta Sigma Phi- Pi Beta Phi, soc chm, pledge trainer Miller, 1311165 M:-Rockford, Ill.-ME k Com.. Tf PU1'dUe'U1110H, symposium, fin chm, bd of trustees, sec. v-pres-Campus Carn, En Ohm-Humg fin chm-Sigma Chi, treas ' Mtlfii, 1323 15VI"?iX0n'd1u-Qvtgiffggt Cappella- , - an o rn, ir- - ohm-WSA Elect Comm mgs Comm' Miller, Judy A.-Burlington-ChD-Sigma Epsilon Sigma-Euthemcs-NSW Guide-Ann Emery Jud Comm-Plu Upsilon Omicron-Kappa Alpha Theta schol chm ' Miller, Thomas L.-Milwaukee-Land Arch-Stud Assoc Land Arch, pres-Calvary, choir, ath chm Millett, Caroline D.-Highland Park, Ill.-Hist-Tf Edinburgh-NSW Guide-AWS Pub Comm- Model UN-Prom Skits-Humo-Pan-hel-Campus Car-n-Gamma Phi Beta Millis, Janet M.-Black River Falls-Am Inst-Liz Waters, Hr .chm-NSW Guide-Lizette, reporter Minerbx, Maurice A.-Fond du Lac-Econ-Italian Cb Minor, Charlane M.-Milwaukee-OcT-Tf St. Olaf- OcT Cb-Calvary, choir, Fellow prog Miracle, Jerry L.-Oshkosh-Hist-Tf Oshkosh Mlske, Thomas J.-Chciago, Ill.-lVIE-ASME- Campus Chest Comm-NSW-Evans Scholars Donna M.-Watertown-EEd-Scheders Mitchell, Mitchell, John. W,-Madison-EE-IRE Judith W.-Madison-HEC-Union Soc Mitchell, Comm-Alpha Xi Delta Marjorie E.-Whitewater-Art Ed-TE Mitchell, Illinois, Kansas-Wmns PE Cb-Wmns Rifle Team Mizen, Neil J .-Madison-ME-Ti Milwaukee School of Engin-Pi Tau Sigma Mokrejs, Jill H.-Rio de Janeiro, Brazil-Eng- Scheders-Latin Am Cb, pub chm-Delta Zeta, rush chm, pres Molzahn, Gary W.-LaCrosse-Psych-W Cb- Cheerleader-Gymnastics-Chi Phi Monyette, Donald C.-Appleton-Pers Mgt-Tf Menasha -Mgt Cb-Fly Cb-SAM, sec Moore, Gerald F.-Madison-Acct-NDTA, v-pres- Scabbard :Sr Blade-Golf Moore, .James L.-Greendale-Geol-Geol Cb- Pistol Team Moran, John J.-Shaker Heights. Ohio-Acct, Ed- Beta Alpha Psi-Wrestling-Baseball Moran, Michael J.-Madison-ME-Pi Tau Sigma- Chi Phi Morell, David L.-Milwaukee-Econ-Phi Eta Sigma -Altus-Soph Honors-Ins Soc-IF Invest Comm -Delta Sigma Pi, sec, v-pres, chanc, IF rep Morgan, Margaret J.-Kankakee, Ill.-Eng-Tf Smith-Badger Beauty-Delta Gamma Morimoto, Aiko-Mavi, Hawaii-Speech-Hawaii Cb -Slichter Hall, sec Morris, Charles E.-Beloit-.Iourn-Tf Marquette -Newman Cb-Sigma Delta Chi Morris, David R.-Wauwatosa-ChE-Homecoming Alum Chrn-WSA Human Rel-WSA Election Comm-SLIC Gen Org, Politics sub-comm chm- Stud Sen-AIChe-Sigma Chi, sec, soho'l chm Morrison, Nancy K.-Wilmette, Ill.-HEc-Alpha Phi, soc chm, pub chm, guard Morrissette, Douglas W.-Hudson-Zoo Mosely, Gail A.-Madison-Mus Ed-Newsgreek, rep-Union Music Comm-Pan-hel Rush Coun- Kappa Kappa Gamma, PR chm Moss, Gerald A.-Milwaukee-Phy-LHA Cab Mrotek, David E.-Manitowac-ChE-AIChE-New- man Cb-Tau Kappa Epsilon, sgt-at-arms Mueller, Jerome R.-Sheboygan-Pers Mgt-SAM Mueller, Larry L.-Algorna-Market-Tf Green Bay- Theta Chi Mueller, Patricia D.-Madison-Speech, Eng- Crucible-ILS Coun-Union Hse Rep, Theater Comm, sec-Wis Players Mueller, Patricia L.-Milwaukee-SEd-Badger Party -UN Conference Comm-Hoofers-Badger Blk Comm-Scheders-Euthenics-Alpha Xi Delta, COITGS SSC Mullen, Richard J.-Seymour-Nat Sci Muller, Richard L.-Chicago, Ill.-NIE-ASlVlE- WSA Interviews Comm-Humo-Sigma Alpha Epsilon Munnichow, Hermann-Stadthagen, Germany-Pers Mgt dt Ind Rel-Gymnastics Murphy, Sara S.-Manitowoc-HEc-Euthenics- Phi Upsilon Omicron, member chm-Greek Week- WSA Polls Comm-Homecoming Alum Comm, sec -Ann Emery Jud Comm-Pi Beta Phi, pledge sec-treas, aset treas, treas, hse pres Murray, Anita L.-Margate City, N .J .-Eng-Wmns Chorus-Tower View, pres-Lake Lawn, soc chm- "Kiss Me Kate"-Lincoln Lodge, pres Murray, Douglas L.-Oshkosh-Econ-YGOP-Trans Cb-Union Chess Tourn Murray, Judith A.-Madison-Soc Murray, Kathleen J.-Elm Grove-EEd-Tf Lawrence -Eta Kappa Lambda-Tf Guide-AWS Pers Comm-Campus Chest-Wmns Interdorm Coun- Campbell Hse, pres-Pi Beta Phi, pledge trainer Murray, Lois M.-Green Bay-Fren-Tf Green Bay- Fren Cb, social bd-La Maison Francaise, treas Myers, Margaret B.-Essex Falls, N.J.-Psych-Tf Upsala College-Gamma Phi Beta N Nass, Barbara L.-Oak Park, Ill.-HEcEd-Phi Upsilon Omicron-Red Cross Blood Dr, chm- HEc Hosp Day, chm-NSW Guide-Newsgreek, co-ed-Kappa Delta, pres, sec, Pan-hel rep, conv del Naybert, James H.-Eau Claire-Pers Mgt-Tf Eau Claire-SAM-Richardson Hse, treas Neitzel, Frederic J.-Beaver Dam-ME-Footba11- Sigma Alpha Epsilon - Nelson, Carl E.-Eagle Rivcr-Mm-lcct-Wis Pre- views-Markct Ch-Kappa Sigma, rush chm, treas Nelson, Clyde J.-Milwaukec-Pharm-Kappa Psi, prof clun Nelson, David F.-Madison-EE-IRE-AIEFJ- Gymnastics Nelson, Eric V.-JVest Dcpcrc-Entom-Tl' Grcen Bay-Crops it Soils Ch-Alpha Gzuuma Rho Nelson, James G.-Fond du Luc--ME-Scuhlwarrl tk Blade-Hoofers Sail Cb-ASh'll5-Join-S POW-WOW. ed Nelson, Marilyn W.-Eagle Rivcr-Em1-CIiecr- lendcr-ANVS Pers Comm-WSA, lmmulvrsliip Train Guide-WSA lVclfnrc Comm-Pi Beta Phi Nelson, Nancy I.-Madison-EEd-Ed Stud Colin- Schcdcrs v U , Nesbit, Nancy J.-Roslyn, NA.-Pol Sci-NSW, exec scc-ANVS Big Sister-L1-aclcrsliip Truin Comm, clim-Gamma Phi Beta, asst pledge trriincr, rush couns, schol chm-Villa Marin, jurl hcl, llr chm Nesvacil, Leon J.-Waunukce-h'Ie1l Netols, William G.-Grecndale-Com-Tf St Norbert -Com Bd-SAM-Delta Sigma Pi H Neumann, Michael R.-Milwaukce-Psych-W is Players-Philo Cb ' , Neumann, Sally A.-Dcluficlrl-Art-lnz Waters. sur. exec coun, Unit IV llr chui Y . I Y Neuville, Sue E.-Fond du Luc-Nut Sci-Liz Waters. chorus, lib comm i Y , Nguyen, Minh D.-Hue, 'Viet-Nam-RIli.-Union Intl Cb W Nichols, Bruce E.-Madison-CiE-A SCE-51211311 Nu Nichols, William O.-Ncenuh-Cons-lilucli Ilsc. pres. at-h chm. soc ohm b Niebuhr, James M.-Madison-Psych Niedemreier, Robert W.-Milwniiki-1-Intl Muff- SAM-NDTA-Pcrsliing Iiilies-Crew-Dclifl PP' silon Niedfeldt, Ronald D.-lYnti-rtown-Dairyl llusli- Blue Shield -LAH-Saddle rt Sirloin C.'h-lilttlc Intl. concess ohm-Ag Stud Coun-.-igr-lllue Chorus- Dairy Judge Team-Provost Corps- Babcock llsc, soc Nielsen, Garrett A.-Brooklyn-Cili it City Plain- City and Rea Plan Ch, prcs -ASCE, v-pres, irons- Am Soc of Plan Off V , , Nienow, Warner C.-Milwnukcr-EE-Tl l'li M-- Eta Kappa Nu-IP Coun-Sigma Dc-ltn Omega, pres, rec sec. corres sec , , Nilsen, Reidar O.-Madison-CiE-Tf UWM? Hoofers Sail Cb-Hoofcrs Outing Cb-ASLlz. trcas-Vi'is Engineer I I Noel, Sheldon H.-Chicago. Ill.-Philo-Tl' Illinois- Philo Cb-Hillel Noike, Ralph D.-LaCrosse-EE-Tl' LaCrosse- AIEE-JVBIHA-Kappa Eta lxuppa Nolin, Larry H.-De-Kalb, Ill.-Market X l'in- Tf Michigan-lVrestling-Market Cb, treas- Fin Soc-Spooner Hse, trcas J Y Nolte, Frederick W. Jr.,-Green Bay-Com-NSW Act Comm-LHA Store, mgr W Norbutas, Stanley R., Jr.-Waukegan, Ill.--MIp-- ASME-Evans Schol Norgord, Richard C.-Madison-Acct Norman, Suzanne-Champaigr, Illbf-'UU Inst' Campus Chest, pub chm-Gamma Phi Beta ' Norris, Donald N.-Marslialltown, I0WZ11Flll- Homecoming Decor Comm, chm-Phi Delta Tlicta, res Noprris, Mary E.-Janesvillc-Nurs-Newman Ch- Kiekhofer Hse, treas-Murray Hse, Veils--A-lliilfl Tau Delta, news co-ed , Norseen, Richard W.-Madison-Econ-Sigma Alpha Epsilon, sec V Nygaard, Duane C.-Scandinavia-Aizr X ME- ASAE, treas-Three Squares Cb O Oakland, Judith A.-Madison-SEd-Tf Northwestern -WSA Govt Rel Comm-Union News Bureau, ohm-IAWS Conv Hostess, chm-Gamma Phi Beta Oberhofer, Richard A.-Nlilivaukee-Pharm-Tf UWM-APhA-YVPhS-Kappa Psi Oberli, Mary E.-Merrill-Music Ed-Tf Dominican O'Connel1, Patricia A.-Menasha-Pol Sci 8: Intl rel- Tf Marquette-ISA-St Paul's Choir-Newman Cb -Ellsworth Hse, jud bd O'Donovan, Patricia A.-Waupun-Recreat Leader- ship-Tf Mount Mary-Eta Kappa Lambda- Newman Cb-Blue Shield 4-H-HPC-W'IC- Cole, pres-Buck Hse, pres, atb ohm O'Gor1:nan, Robert E.-Milwaukee-Hist-YDems- WSA Human Rel Comm-Civil Rights Stud Coun- Richardson Hse, treas Ogren, William L.-Ashland-Chem O'Keane, Daniel F.-Colgate-Econ and Philo- Union Soc Comm-Beta Beta Beta Okey, James R.-Madison-EEd Olen, Kenneth R.-Cudahy-MetE-ASM-Min and Met Cb-Crew-Badger-IF Invest Comm- Turner Hse, soc chm-Chi Phi Oleniczak, Donald S.-Milwaukee-ME-ASME- Sigma Delta Omega Olep, Elmer J.-Waukesha-CiE-Tr' Kenosha- ASCE Oleson, John D.-Cedarburg-ChE-Foothall- AIChE-Chi Phi Olsen, Judith A.-Stevens Point-SEd-Tf Lawrence -WSA Tf Guide-Sigma Alpha Eta-Gamrna Phi Beta Olson, Carl E.-Madison-Agr Econ-Tf Nebraska Wesleyan-Agr Econ Soc-Hoofers Sail Cb- Hoofers Arch Cb Olson, Geraldine I.-Oshkosh-HEc-Phi Upsilon Omicron-Euthenics, co1'res sec-HEc Stud Coun, treas-Pres Hse Choir-Women's Chorus Olson, James A.-Madison-Econ-YDem:-x-Provost Corps--Stufl Son-Phi Dr-Ita Theta Olson, Keith A.-Marlison-ldlfl-'l'l llcnvcr-IRE Olson, Laurine A.-h'l:irlisori-Bact Olson, Ronald R.-hiv.i'iricttc-Gr-ol-'ff h'Iarquettc- Alpha Phi Ouicgra Olson, Ruth A.-Mariisuri-Psyeli-Sopli llonors- WSA Curr Cpuun O'Meara, Kathleen M.-Marlison-Alflrl-'l'f St. Teresa-l'loufcl's Sail Ch-Sclierlcrs Soc Comm, co- clim-Nowmam Ch, soc-WSA Summer B11-WSA Plucc Comm. ser-Alpha Phi Onsrud, Kenton L.-Stoiughtou-Phurm-WPhS- Kappa Psi Orlando, Lubert J., Jr.-Atlir-lstanc-Natli :mtl Phy -Union rcp-lies llulls Coiniuons Comm-La, ltollctir llsc, soc Uilill'-'Rit'iIlll'IiHUll llsc, soc chin Ott, Janet IVI.-Fort Alkinson-llist-ILS Pioneer, ml-WSA 'l'i-nvcl Vomm, cluu--Cunipus Chest Pub ffoirini-NSNV Guide Cpiiiiii-:XYVS Big Sister- AWS Pcrs Comm-AWS lfxisliion Show, exec soo, trcas Otto, Joele B.-hlilwuilkcc-Psych-'l'f Ullihl- WVLIIA-Union lrit fillllllll-Llllillll lfilm Cumm- Dist lll Comui-liuck Hs:-, soc 1-hm Ovson, Joan E.-Wilmvtic, lll.-lClCil-Pi lniiiilnla 'l'il0i,1lmx'fPiCill-x'VltZi0l'l1l llsc. soc chin Ovson, Maxine P.-Wilmcitc, lil.-lilflrl-Union Crafts Cllllllllliwvsgh Gun lVclf:irc Comrn-YVSA PR Couiili--Sigma llclla Tull, phil chin, rush COLIN P Paddock, Paul C.-lzllkhorn-Qin l-lush-Tf lVliite- wfitol'-Surlrllc it Sirloin Cin-Pyrc llsc, pres, truus Palay, Howard J.-Milwuulu-1--Ilist-WS.-K Acad lfrcc Comni-NSW Couim-L'nion 'l'Iicz1tcrComm- Summr-r Prom Clllllllll, clim--llillel, x'-pres-Zeta liclu 'l'uu, rush chm Palmer, Cornelia E.-Chicugro, ill.-Soi--WS.-'A Human Ri-l C'omm--Union Soc Couim-L7Slf'-NAACP- Lincoln Loflgi-, liist. juml chin Pandolfi, Joyce M.--liii'1,'l'sirlle. lil.-lflllrl-Ti Blon- moutli-N4:u'm:in fjlr-YGOP-Ann lzlmcry, juni comm-.-Xlpliu Phi, list- pri-s Parr, Thomas W., Jr.-Iizicimr-Proil Mgt-Tf Racine, hlurqucttc. Dmniriicaiii-S.'XM Parrott, Eldon F.,-limlcuvoi-Fin-Phi Eta Sigma- Botzi Gllllllllil Sllllllll-'iflll Sue Paska, Ronald J.-Kcnuslin-.-iii: Inst-Tl' Kenosha'- Nbll' tiuiilc-Klurlcl Lvll-NPXYIIIZIH Ch-SL Pauls Ciil0lI'-'AIUHS Glue Ch-Marcli Buricl-Czirilinal Band-Bmlgcr Baiicl-City Plan Cb-Union Gal Comm-Phi Kuppu Theta, rush chm. pub chin, pledge tr:iinPr Paske, Jarnes H.-Slit-lioyg:in-ldli-IRE pa5l1Ua1l1CCl, Alfred P.-llurlcy-lius tt ltal-Seph Honors--Itul Ch, pres-.l"ullows Iilse. pres, trcns, commons rep Paul,'Judy A.-Applctun-.-Xrt-AWS lfushion Show, design chin-Parents Wknd Comm-llumo Kickline -Alpha Cill Omega. rec soc. campus earn chm. Paulsen, Gary M.-Frederic-Bot-.-Xlplia Zeta- QFDPS it Soils Ch-Agr Stud Coun-Delta Theta Sigma, scc, hist Payne, Neil F.-Sheboygan Falls-Zoo-Fencing, capt-lV'Cb-Alpha Delta Phi Pearson, Richard J.-Madison-ME-Phi Eta Sigma -Luther League, pres-Navy Ball, chm-Union Entertainers Guild, chm-Phi Gamma Delta, alum rel chm. pledge trainer, pres Pearson, Scott R.-Baraboo-Am Inst-Soph Honors -kappa Sigma Peck, Garry A.-Madison-Econ-SAM-Fin Soc Peiffer, Judy H.-Port Washington-Merch-Sigma Epsilon Sigma-Homecoming Show Comm-Union Place Comm-Parents Xlfknd Pub Comm-NSWV Guide-VVSA Leadership Train, grp ehm-Rush Coun-Pan-hel, sec, schol chm-Humo. interacts chm-Greek Vifeeli Jam Scss, co-ohm-Prom, mus ehrn-Parents W'knd, exec sec-Delta. Delta Delta, pledge v-pres, Pan-hel rep Pelkert, Daniel J.-Sheboygan-hlE-ASME-Union Soc Comm-Theta Chi Pellegrino, Ernest A., Jr.-Kenosha-Med Sci- Delta Epsilon-Phi Clii-Track-Campus Chest Rep-Newman Cb-Hse Pres Coun, v-chm- Conover Hse, pres Penshorn, John W.-lilest Allis-CiE-ASCE- Sigma Delta Omega, sec Perlson, Boyd E.-Milwaukee-Econ-Hillel-Pi Lambda Phi Perozzi, Marjorie A.-Kenosha-EEd-Scheders- Prom Decor Comm-Campus Carn Comm-Campus Chest Comm-Summer Prom Decor, chm-New- man Cb-Mock GOP IS: Dem Conv-Model UN- Kennedy Cb-Kappa Delta Peschel, Charles W.-Madison-Math Peter, Thomas O., Jr.-Chicago Heights, Ill.-Pol ici-Tf Georgetown-LHA Cabinet-LHA, admin ir Peters, Gilbert A.-Brookheld-Pol Sci-Tf Marquette, UWM-Newnian Cb-Hooters Sail Cb Petersen, Gary W.-Luck-Soils-Alpha Zeta-Crops 15: Soils Cb-Land J udg Team-Agr-HEc Stud Coun -Delta Theta Sigma, treas Peterson, Gary L.-Madison-Geog-Geog Cb- YDem-Football Peterson, Joan B.-Madison-Zoo-Union Music Comm-Prom Decor Comm, sub-ohm-NSW Hostess-LSA-MHA, fresh rep-Kappa Delta, schol ohm, corres sec Peterson, Joel E.-Rockford, Ill.-Landscape Arch- ,Football-Track-Alpha Sigma Sigma. Peterson, Roger D.-Madison-EE-IRE Peucker, Otto 'W.-Rorxlcford, Ill.-ME-ASME- PfgirggliaglI-l3fJX1nTf,Z-illllriha Sigma Sigma r, orma .- ar ison--IEC-Omicron - AWS Big Sister Comm Nu Pfund, Gale A.-Janesvillc-Econ-lnsight dc Out- IQOIC. eil-Badger, org cd-Badger Bd-WSA E-Qvrnpos Comm-IF invest Comm-Union Music giirriiii-Wil tltcservc gonirn, chm-Humo, , rang rzim, ,icccs crm- onscrv Cb, v- rcs- Moclc GOP Conv, rlcleg ohm-SLIC Pub Coiiim- Plu Gamma Delta Phelan, Mary .I.-Madison-EEil Phllllllllli Wlllllam J.-Appleton-ChE, Pers Mgt, Pditfktlfr-'Pl Kappa Alpha, PIUHIDS, Suzanne M.-Brookfield-ChD-Eta Kappa liamlmrlu-Plu -Upsilon Omicron, sec-AWS Exec Coun?Euthcnies-Ross Hse, soc elim-Elsom Hse, FCS ll.l'G Pick, Leon J.-Madison-CiE-ASCE Pierce, Allan A.-Manitowac-ME-SAME-ASME '-'lllll Kappa Epsilon, rush chin Pierce, Richard O.-Milwaulccc-CiE-Hoofors- .ASCE-Jones Hse, sec, ath elim Pierpont, David B.-Mammal-Med-Piri Chi- 'Lal7ollctic Hse, pres P1?fl'1Hgf3I', Dean E.-Port Washington-Market- li St -Norhcrts-SAM-Stud Fac rep-Delta .bigrna Pi, sec Pingel, Louis A.-Loganvillc-Math-Phi Eta Sigma Pitroi, James A.-Oconto-Corn-WLHA, prog dir, S ll lil VI' L- Plaenert, Judith K.-Madison-Econ Plengfi, Susan K.-Watertown-ChD-Euthenios- AWS Big Sister-Newman Cb-Cochrane Hse, sec. truns P11-351611 Ronald L.-Waupun-CiE-Tf Oshkosh- Plunkett,- Thomas F.-Wisconsin Rapids-ME-Pi 'lau Sigma-SAE-ASME-Newman Cb-Noyes Hse, soc chm, v-pros Poehlman, Arthur G.-Jackson-ME-Tf UWM- Eflilfa'1'l5Ql1'lLS.'hE1S.'hPIE, trcas-Showerman Hse, r c im Pofahl, Heidi M.-LaCrosse-Fren Pogle, Susan S.-Madison-HEc-Euthenics-Kappa 0 ta Polhernus, Patricia S.-Pontiac, Mich.-Phy Med- Phi Theta, V-pres-JVSA Elect Comm-Hoofers Ski Cb, pub chin-Dolphins-Ann Emery, jud elim-Kappa Alpha Theta., serv chm. rush chin I Pollack, John R.-DIilwaukce-ME-SAME-.lt Mil Bd-WVSA Rccog Comm-ASME Pollen, Ronald J.-Manitowoc-Acct Polster. Peter F.-Manitowoc-CiE-Ti Manitowoc- ASCE, soc Pornrnerening, Edwin C.-llfauwatosa-Econ-Hum0 -Mock GOP Conv-NDTA-Sigma Chi Pooley, Alan S.-Madison-Zoo Poon, Jason-Kowloon, Hong Kong-ME-Ti Park- SAE-ASME Pope, David P.-lllrukeslia-App hlath li.: Phy- Phi Eta Sigma-Soph Honors-Phi Kappa Phr- Union Music Comm-NVSA Elect Comm-SLIC Stud Wages Comm-Chi Phi, V-pres, Sgt-at-arms, soc chm Pope, John C.-Madison-Bact-Scabbard Br Blade- Nautilus Soc , Potter, John M.-Milwaukee-Eng-Phi Eta Sigma- Union Theater Comm-W'is Players-New Idea Potter, Patricia A,-Cedar Rapids, Iowa-Am Instr- WSA Leadership Handbook, co-ed-Mock Senate, elim-VVS,-X Publ Comm-Sympos COIDIITMPVSA Govt Rel Comm-Union PE Comm-Union Forum Comm-YGOP Exec Comm-YGOP PR Comm. dir-Pi Beta Phi , Poukey, James W.-Cumberland-Math-Tf River Falls Pozorski, Mary C.- Shorewoorl-Nurs-Parents Wknd Comm-Sr Swingout Comm-NSW Guide-New- man Cb-Alpha Tau Delta, corres sec - Premo, Karen A.-Milwaukee-Psych-Chi Omega Prendergast, Charles E., Jr.-Madison-Econ- Mitchell Airmen-Mock Dem Conv Pride, Lois J.-Oshkosh-HEc-Tf Carroll-Blue Shield 4-H-Agr-HEC Choir-Euthenics Priebe, Thomas W.-Rockford, Ill,-Econ-YGOP- Haresfoot Cb-Homecoming Fm Com-IHS S00 -Thanatopsis Cb-Phi Delta Theta, alum seg Pufahl, Onoka I.-Ontario-An Husb-Saddle Sirloin Cb-Blue Shield 4-H-Babcock Hse, Sgt' at-arms Q Quam, Donovan L.-Madison-Acct Fin-Golf- W Cb, treas-Provost Clorps-Chi Psi, trees, H oming ohm, Humo c ni Quicckrfngjonstance E.-Oconomowoc-AEd-Tf UWM -Scheders-Canterbury Cb-C0-Ed Cong Rep Quick, Dennis L.-Ripon-Meteor-Wesley Found- Scabbard and Blade-Arnold Air Soo, comptroller- Three Squares, pres, V-Pres R Racolin, Barbara-New York, N.Y.-Philo--Stud Comm for Civil Rights-Cargil Lodge. pres Raddant, Anina L.-Ladysmith-Acct-Tf Ripon- Com Bd-Phi Chi Theta-Alpha Delta P1 I Radl, Joan M.-Manitowoc-Am Inst-Crucible, treas-Phi Beta Kappa-Phi Kappa P111-Sqoh High Honors-Wis Pre-Views-SLIC-NSW Crude -WSA, placement chm, l621dG1'Sl11D PYOE Elllde- Gamma Phi Beta. pledge v-pres, SOG Cl'1IY1'AUn Emery, treas 477 Radtke, Sherman A.-Milwaukee-Soils-Tf UYVBI- Alpha Zeta-Crops -S: Soils Cb. v-pres-Gamma Delta-NDTA-Delta Theta Sigma, ath chm Raemisch, Sandra K.-Wa u n a l-:ce-H E c-H om e- coming Pub Comm-IAXVS Conv Steering Comm- Newman Cb-Pi Beta Phi, soc chin. rec sec, hist, Campus Carn chin , Raether, Ronald I.-Chippewa Falls-ChE-Phi Eta Sigma-AlChE-Calvary, usher Rafiay, Donna J.-Arlington Heights, Ill.-Eng Ragland, Alan A.-Mt. Prospect, Ill.-Hist-Phi Gamma Delta Ragsdale, Susan M.-Madison-Bus Ed-Phi Chi Theta, v-pres Rahn, Bradner C.-Waukesha-CiE-Tf ASCE-Delta Upsilon Randall, Patricia A.-Neenah-MdT-Tf hlenasha- Sigma Epsilon Sigma-MdT Cb-Alpha Delta Theta, pres-Bleyer Hse, treas Randolph, Susan D.-Denver, Col.-Eng-Orchesis- Delta Gamma Ransom, Gerald R.-Avalon-EE-AIEE-IRE- Kappa Eta Kappa Rasmussen, Gary J.-Berlin-Pol Sci-Ti Oshkosh- Forensics Ravenhill, Marilyn A.-Lake lXlills-Cor Adm k Soc Rawlings, Kathleen-West Allis-Hist-Eta Kappa Lambda-Model UN-Mock Dem Conv-Dorm- sylvania Pub Comm-Hse fellow-Slichter. serv chm Redler, Delores A.-Omaha, Neb.-EEd-Scheders- Carroll Hall, pres, soc ohm-Alpha Epsilon Phi, treas Redler, Steven B.-Madison-Soc-Parents Wknd Comm-Zeta Beta Tau, steward Redmond, Michael J.-Tomahawk-Prod Mgt-SABI Reed, Richard D.-South Bend, Ind.-ME-Tf VVaynesburg, Ind.-Soph Honors-Tau Beta Pi, pres-ASNIE Regling, Ruth M.-Beaver Dam-Sci Ed-Slichter, soc co-ord Carroll- Reimer, Robert F.-Milwaukee-Pharm-VVPhA- LHA Rep-Kappa Psi, jud comm Reineck, Thomas A.-Sheboygan-Hist Reinert, Joan E.-Lake Geneva-Phy Med-Band- Baptist Stud F ellowship-Phi Theta-Baptist Wmns Dorm, sec, treas Remer, Louis P.-Racine-EE-Tf Calif Tech- LHA Hunting and Fishing Cb-FIA Reukema, Kent R.-Milwaukee-Acct Reznichek, Richard C.-Madison-Med Sci-Phi Eta Sigma-Soph Honors-Wis Players-A Cappella Choir-Sigma Alpha Epsilon Rhyner, Judith E.-Albany-Zoo-Ketterer Hse, treas Ribbens, Richard W.-lviilwaukee-CiE-Tf UWM- AASCE-Hooters Archery Rice, Julian C.-Milwaukee-Eng-Wis Players Rich, Thomas W.-Madison-Hist dr Geog Richards, Howard C.-Lodi-Ag Econ-Alpha Zeta, sec, v-pres-Phi Kappa Phi-Saddle it Sirloin Cb, pres, Sgt-at-arms-Ag Econ Cb-Dairy Judg Team- Little Intl ohm-Ag Stud Coun, v-pres-Babcock Hse, steward Richards, William Cb-Phi Epsilon Kappa-Sigma Chi L.-Waiipan-Hist-Pres Hse, H.-Sparta-PEd-Baseball-W Riedeman, Helen choir-Buck Hse, sec Riehle, David R.-Marathon-Pers Adm-Tf Wausau -SAM-Com Bd-Alpha Kappa Psi Riemen, Robert K.-Madison-Acct-Sigma Nu,treas Rigert, Margaret R.-West Allis-ChD-Germ Cb- Intl Cb-YWCA, treas, fr camp co-ohm-Sherman Hse, soc chm Rinsche, Carol D.-Glen Ellyn, Ill.-HEc Ed-Tf lRockford-Euthenics-Phi Upsilon Oniicron Rlvard, John L.-Turtle Lake-ChE-Tf Eau Claire- Tau Beta Pi-AIChE-Newman Cb RogghX,IEKenneth R.-Kenosha-ME-Tf Kenosha- Robb, Charles S.-Milwaukee-Nlarket-Tf Cornell- Golf-Newsgreek-Chakett-IF Rush Comm, ohm -Badger Party, sr coun-Mil Ball, chm-Jt Mil Bd-Stud Sen-JVSA Rosebowl Comm-SLIC, comm stud org ch pol-Chi Phi, rush chm, ath chm, hist, alum rel Robbin, Barbara M.-Oak Park, Ill.-EEd-Phi Kappa Phi-Hillel-YDem-French Cb-Union Lit Comm, lib chin-Union Open Hse, hostess- NSW Guide-AWS Big Sister-Chadbourne Jud Chin-Shepard Hall, soc chm-Pi Lambda Theta Robbin, Jeanette-Washington. D.C.-I-list-Ti Ilgiarfni, George lfVashington, Harvard-Intl Cb- 1 e Robbins, Susan M.-Milwaukee-Eng Roberg, Anita E.-Stanford, Conn.-Psych-Tf Beaver Roberts, Patricia A.-River Forest, Ill.-Cor Admin- YGOP-AVVS Fashion Show Comm-WSA Rel Comm-Ann Emery Homecoming Dec Comm, chm -Kappa Alpha Theta Robertson, Rosemary-Menaslia-Eng-Eta Kappa Lambda. sec-Prom Queen-Scheders, pub chm- Sr Class Sec-Slichter, fr rep, v-pres Robinson, Lois M.-Chicago. Ill.-Sp Cor-Sigma Alpha Eta-Carroll Hall, treas, formal chm, Hr clim-Alpha Epsilon Phi, treas, mothers' cb chin Robinson, Richard A.- Menasha - Speech-Wis Players, master player, prod coun-Christian Science Org, welcome chin--MHA Chorus-Sigma Nu, pres, v-pres, chaplain. sec Roe, Patricia S.-Madison-HEC-YWCA-Union Soc Comm Roeber, Donald D.-Eldorado-ME-Phi Eta Sigma- ASME, corres sec-NSW' Guide-Polygon Bd, rec sec-Wis Eng, ed, art ed-Triangle, pres, v-pres, soc chm, rush chm, ath ohm Rogers, Doris A.-Cuba City-HEC Ed-Euthenics, v-pres-Blue Shield 4-H, corres sec-Stud Sen- HEC Stud Coun, pres-Phi Upsilon Omicron, treas- Willison Hse, pres 478 Rogers, James E.-Toledo, Ohio-ME-YV Cb- ASME-Football-Sigma Alpha Epsilon, sec Rolland, Sandra C.-Valders-Died Roman, Richard L.-Chicago, Ill.-Hist-Swimniing- IF Invest Comm-Winter Comm-Humo-Campus Carn-Greek YVeek-Pi Lambda Phi Rosa, Richard S.-South hlilwaukee-Com-Chi Phi Rose, Michael G.-Milwaukee-Math-Phi Sigma Delta, steward, hse mgr Ross, Timothy W.-Hayward-Fin-Phi Eta Sigma, v-pres-Soph Honors-SLIC-Pershing Rifles- Scabbard 8: Blade-Provost Corps, dep, maiyhall- Folk Arts Soc-Pan of Am, chm-Beta Theta Pi Rossin, Robert L.-Manton-Meteor-W Cb-Basket- ball-Baseball Rossiter, Donna K.-Janesville-Soc-USF, v-pres- URC-Chadbourn e, flr pres Roth, Beverly A.-Nladison-EEd Roth, Mary F.-LaCrosse-MdT-Tf LaCrosse- Newman Cb-Henmon Hse, v-pres Rothe, Marilyn L.-Crescent City, Calif.-Eng- Model UN-Hooters Outing Cb-Cochrane Hse, hse fel, jud ohm Rotzoll, Brenda W.-Baraboo-Journ-Sigma Epsilon Sigma-Liz Waters, lib chm Rousar, Donald C.-Winchester-Zoo-Tf Ripon Rovell, Jacqueline S.-Chaska, Minn.-EEcl-Union Craft Comm-Hillel, interfaith comm ohm-Lincoln Lodge, union rep, v-pres, sec Rowe, Thomas Q.-West Allis-Econ dz ME-Pledge Pres Coun-NSW Guide-Chi Phi Rozite, Agris-Milwaukee-CiE Rubin, Stephen D.-Milwaukee-Market-Market Cb -Provost Corp-Union Iit Cb, chm-IF Rush Comm-Parents Wknd Comm-Zeta Beta Tau, pledge master Rubinowitz, Martin J.-Westport, Conn.-PreMed- Tf Cornell-Tennis-Phi Delta Epsilon-Alpha Epsilon Pi Ruby, Betty J.-Brookfield-SEd-Campus Party- Senior Coun-YGOP-Mfodel UN-Badger Olympics Pub Comm-NSW Guide-Alpha Phi, pres Rudman, Linda S.-Ladue, Mo.-Pre Med, Eng- Summer Bd-Chadbourne, res aide-Alpha Epsilon Phi, rush coun - 1 Rudnick, James S.-Chicago, Ill.-Hist-Ti Illinois- Track-Pi Lambda Phi, rush clim Ruedisili, Lon C.-Madison-Geol-Tennis-LSA- SAME-Hooters Ski Cb, pres-Union Hse Comm- Prom Dec, sub ohm-Homecoming Pep Rally. chm-Geol Cb Rui, Margaret A.-Elm Grove-Psych-Tf Lawrence -Eta Sigma Phi-NSW Guide-Tf Guide-Delta Gamma Ruhland, Donna J.-Plain-HEc-Newman Cb- Euthenics-Blue Shield 4-H Ruppenthal, John E.-Tigerton-ME-Polygon Bd- ASME-SAE v Rusch, Kenneth C.-Milwaukee-ChE-Tf UWM- Jt. Discipline Comm, chm-Sigma Delta Omega- Millar Hse, pres, soc chm, treas Russell, Kay E.-Omro-Bact-Canterbury Cb Rutherford, Reginald, III-Madison-Phy-Phi Beta Kappa-Phi Eta Sigma-March Band-Concert Band-YGOP-Acacia, sec h Ryan, Patience K.-Green Bay-Eng, Sp-Phi Beta- WIC-HPC-Henmon Hse, pre S Saari, Margaret M.-Milwaukee-MdT-Hooters Out Cb-Alpha Delta Theta U Sackett, Stephen S.-Madison-Agr Econ-Tf Olympic Sadauski, Rita A.-Kenosha.-MdT-Newman Cb- Gregory Hse, jud clim-Barnard Hall, comm chm- Campbell Hse, sec-Alpha Delta Theta, v-pres Safer, Sharon C.-Jacksonville, Fla.-Sp Cor-W SA Elect Comm-Union Publ Comm-Sigma Delta Tau, soc chm, Pan-hel rep Saiberlich, Marilyn E.-Appleton-Art-VVSA Intl Rel Comm, ohm-Campus Chest, pub ohm-Model UN-Cochrane House, jud bd-Gamma Phi Beta Samuelson, Roland M.-Colfax-EE-IRE Sanderson, Kenneth R.-Milwaukee-ME-Tf UWM -Dormsylvania-Leopold Hse, treas Sandvold, Karen A.-Fort Atkinson-PEd-Eta Kappa Lambda-Wis Pre-Views-MHA-LHA-Cole Hall, cab rep-Ross Hse, pres Sanford, Donald G.-Viola-EE-Phi Eta Sigma- Tau Beta Pi-Eta Kappa Nu, v-pres-Phi Kappa Phi-AIEE-IRE-Pi Tau Pi Sigma, sec. treas- Scabbard dz Blade-Polygflll Bd , , Santee, Martha M.-Dixon, lll.-Nurs-Sigma Epsilon Sigma-VVis Players-Alpha Tau Delta Santoski, N nrbert F.-Wis. Rapids-EE-IRE-AIEE Satter, Bernice D.-Prairie du Chien-Nat Sci- WVSA Travel Comm-Union Place Comm-NSWV Comm-Pan-hel Comm-Kappa, Delta, schol chm, soc serv ohm Savage, Kay E.-Kenosha-Soc-Prom Pub Comm- AYVS Fashion Show Pub Comm-WSA Election Comm-Campus Clown-Pan-hcl Rush Coun- Alpha Chi Omega, second v-DIES Schaars, William J.-Green Bay-ECON-Tf Green Bav-Campus Carn Booth Comm-IF Coun- SAhI-Delta Tau Delta, schol chm, rush chm, pres Schaefer, George H.-Milwaukee-ME-Ti UWM- ASME-SAE-Pyre Hse, treas Schaffer, Richard R.-Racine-Pharm-Tf Racine- Chamberlin Hse, pres soc chm, ath ohm Schallock, Gary W.-Milwaukee-Geol-Geol Cb Schaum, Sylvia A.-Milwaukee-Pol Sci C.-Madison-hiusic Ed-Soph Orch, pres. v-pres- Music Stud Schaus, Richard Honors-Symph - Coun, rep-Phi lVIu Alplia-Kappa Sigma Schefdore, George V.-Green Bay-Nat Sci-Tf S i-iriin Eay l C 6,1113 3-Hfeyn R--Pewaukee-Eng-Phi Ka a Phi-Sigma Epsilon Sigma-Sopli High Honoiglj- hflortar Bd. lust-MHA Ed dr Schol Comm-Inter- dorm Annual Fall Leadership Conf Comm-Liz W aters, choir, faculty tea comm-Cardinal, reporter -W1SCe'01C1uette, ed-IAWS. rep-AWS Exec Coun -AWS Conv Steering Comm-AWS Deans Comm, chm-AWVS Jud Bd-AWVS Pub Comm-AWS Honors. Banq, sub-chm-AWS, elec chm-AWS Big Sister-Wis Pre-Views-Gamma Delta -Scheders- Stud Sen-NSW Guide-Coeds Cong- Model UN-NSW Stud Leadership Prog-Delta Zeta, schol chm Scheridel, Michael C.-Menomonie-CiE-ASCE- Flying Cb-USF Scherrer, Gail F.-Harrington, Mass.-Geog-Tf Clark-Geog Cb-New Idea-Hooters Out Cb Schiffmayer, Jeffery P.-Elgin, Ill.-Philo-Tf South Tennessee-Rundell Hse, pres-Delta Tau Delta Schiimayer, Karl F.-Racine-ME-St Francis Hse- YNICA, pres, soc ohm Schilling, Beverly J.-Adell-Cor Adm 55 Soc Schleifer, Philip J.-Boulder J unction-Fin rt Bank- Com Bd-Pershing Riiies-Provost Corp-Fin Soc. pres-Com Day Picnic, gen chm-Forensics- YGOP, dir-Alpha Kappa Psi, v-pres Schlesinger, Stuart A.-New York, N.Y,-Hist-Zeta Beta Tau Schley, Leo D.-Sturgeon Bay-Met E-Ride Team- Wis Engineer Schloemer, Karen J.-Menomonee Falls-OcT-Tf Illinois-Othera.-Union Crafts Comm Schmid, Carol M.-Oshkosh-OeT-Tf Oshkosh- Pax Romana Cb-Hoofer Riding Cb-Hoofer Outing Cb-OcT Cb, Sec-Harris Hse, coun member Schmidt, Judith A.-Marathon-Fren-Sigma, Epsilon Sigma-Fren Ch-Cardinal Schmidt, Leslyn M.-Hartford-Hist-AWS Acad Comm-Model UN, housing chrn-Campus Chest Solicitations Comm-Union Literary Comm, chm- Unron Directorate-Liz Waters IV, sec Schmidt, Paul F.-Port Washington-EE-Phi Eta Sigma-Tau Kappa Epsilon Schmidt, Robert P.-Fond du Lac-Market-Home coming Show, elim-Union Music Comm, chm- SLIC Musical Org Comm-March Band-Chi P111 Schmidt, Vernon P.-West Allis-EE-Tf UWM Schmidtke, David E.-Rothchild-Chem-Ti Wausau -MHA Chorus-Alpha Chi Sigma, rep, schol chin Schmidtke, David J.-Green Bay-ChE-AIChE- YGOP-WMHA-MHA Film Comm-Beta Rho- Jones Hse, pres, soc chm, ath chm Scggitbgilham C.-Appleton-Corn dz LB-SANl- Schmitt, Glenn H.-Milwaukei-EE-Tx' UWM-IRE -Eta Kappa Nu , Schmitz, Janet S.-St Louis, Mo.-Fren-Ti Washing- ton-Union Soc Comm-Fren Cb Refresh Comm- Fren Hse, soc chm, sec Schmitz, William O.-Madison-Am Inst-Tf Sl? Marys-Newman Cb-Beta Theta Pi l Schneider, Kathryn J.-Milwaukee-Journ-Sig!!!2' Epsilon Sigma, treas-Crucible-Phi Kappa Phl- Mortar Bd-Outstanding Jr Wmn-Pan-hel, pres- IF-Pan-Hel Conv, co-chin-WSA Recog COIIQIH, chm-Stud Sen-AWS Pub Comm, Ohm-WISC' etiquette, co-ed-Theta Sigma Phi, DFGS-Kappa' Delta, Pan-hel rep, ed , Schneider, Robert B.-St Louis, M0-P01 S01 Schoenecker, Lee A.-Lake Mill-Pol Sci-Tf Carr0u -City dr Region Plan Cb, trea-Union PR Comm- WSA, pers cond chm, stud welfare housing chm- Model UN A Schoenfeld, Carol F.-West Alli-Phy Med-Tf UWM-sopli Honors-Phi Theta-Alpha Chl Omega. corrcs sec I Sclhoenherr, Waltjer EZ.-Sug1PrairitI?PEd c oepp, Henry .- ross ains- con Schommer, James B.-Marshfield-Acct-Tf UWM-j Beta Gamma Sigma-Newman Cb-Beta Alpha P31 Schrage, Edward G.-Appleton-Fin-Theta Chl Schrimpf, William H.-Fond du Lac-Market-Tf Oshkosh Schroeder, Charles R.-Madison-Psych ' Schroeder, Dennis L.-Berlin-Acct-Alpha Delta, Phi Schroeder, Joanne C.-Brookfield-EEd-P1 Lambda Theta-Scheders-YGOP-Kappa Alpha- Theta' lise pres Schroeder, Joyce L.-Hartford-Cor Adm V Schroeder, Kurt C.-l1Vauwatosa-ME-Mil Ball King-Vifis Pre-Views-Sigma Chi, rush chm, S0301 chm, pledge trainer U Schroeder, Terry R.-Neenah-EE-Phi Eta. Signla' Eta Kappa Nu-Soph Honors-LHA Cent S00 Comm-LHA PR Comm-WSA Schol Comm Schubert, John C.-Wauwatosa-ChE-AIChE-SOC of Ani Mil Eng-Wis Engineer, co-ed Schueppert, George L.-Rhinelander-Acct dz Ind Mgt-Beta Alpha Psi-Phi Kappa Phi-Iron Cr0SS, sec-treas-Phi Eta Sigma-Soph Honors-Herfurth Award-Wisconsin Badger, sports -ed. asst sales mgr, bus mgr, photographer, edfin-chief-Badger Bd-' Cardinal Bd, pres-Stud Senate-NSW Guide-- Mock GOP Conv, Nixon Hr rngr-Badgel Party' co-ord, candidates co-ohm-Scabbard Lt Blade-T Nautilus Soc-Navy Ball Pub Comm-Mil Bal, photo chm, fin chin-Bethel, chapel clioir,-Badge! Beauty Contest, co-ord, Judge-I-Iaresfoot, asst bus mgr, bus mgr, bd of control-1 GOP-Conserv Cb -Phi Gamma Delta, pledge trainer, asst rush chm, alumni rel chrn, Humo, rec sec, IF rep, PYGS, CODY del Schuldt, Michael W.-Platteville-Med Sci-Tl' Platteville S h ll, C olyn E.-Stevens Point,-I'lEc-Phi Upsilon cOum i c iii: n-E u t h e n i c s-W S AY lVclfure Congo?- Campus Chest lPub Conim-Gamma Phi c 21. I l , jud c im A I , - Scliiitzf Dnonald H.-Wis Rapids-I'I1St-High H59- ti -. . Scliiilltsi, Harland AVV.-Birnomwood-Agr Lil- Ff R' ' F ll. F ". , P schiiff Etiwifw.-nit. 110.-ei.-Ar. Iitrsb-Livestock Judging Team-Saddle K Sil'i01n Cl? Schulz, Julia A.-Racine-llEc-Octopus Q Schumann, Polly M.-Mnzomanie-Am Inst-'li Beloit-LSA-Scheders-YGOP-lvllillfl Delhi- assi' l l ,, .. Scliiiisrikjiinlhene M.-Bai-riiigtonh Ill.-Eur:-Sigrnn, Epsilon Sigma-Crucible-Plu Ixullllll 1ll1'M0rml p Bd,-Union PR Comm' Su1,.91.m-Llriirini Pourn Comm, Clim-New Idea. ed. H5500 C'l"'C1l"'l'nal' sports ed-WSA Symposium Comm-Delta Delta Delta.i'-pres 1 , Schuth, Charles J.-Shawnno-Speorrh-II' Coun- Union Music Conmi-Iloofors Sail Cla-Perslnng Rifles-Gamma. Delta-Alpha Clu Rho. si.eu':u'cl. soc chm, res , , Schutz, Ralpih V.-Appleton-LB-Tl Illinois-LB Ch Schwalbach, Mary Jo-Menomonee liulls-Art-'lf Pine Manor Jr-Union Gal Cilllllllllvhllllllll AFB Comm, chm-AXVS Pers COlllllljithxX5 l'2lSlll0n Show, design chm-Pi Beta Phi- DISH FPS' Chill Schwantes, Stanley N.-.luneau-ML,-Pi lnu Slslulll -1713-ing Cb, pros, soc-ASME--Arn-via N4 Schwartz, Weary J,-.Madisou-Zoo-ltlu Eta Sigmu- Weslegf Found, treas-Fliing Cb. V-PWS, , Schwartz, Judith M.-Madison-.Iourn-:If Beloit- Theta Sizrma Phi-Rush Coun, chm- Union Direc- torate-Union News Bureau, chm-Summer.l'rom. chm-SLIC Piilml ?LllJ-C0lllll'l1I,l Beta Phl. 21555 led e trainer. an-ie rep u ' Sciiwaigtz, Libby F.-Mufliscn-Plmrln-ll P115-H81 Cb-Yliis Players-Kappa Epsilon. PWS Schwartz, Robert D.-Mennshzi-Ap Math it Phy- Dormistory, ed by-IVLHA-Bushford Ilse. lures. ath chm i Schwartz, Sauci S.-Lincolnwoorl. Ill.-ILHlIfNPW 141,03 -Union Craft Comm, sec-Orchesis-Iilhi Maria. V'Pf'9S . . Schwarz, Norbert E.-Milwzmkee-Fm-WSA Islcc Comm-NSIV Gllidfiilhlllhl0tSC1Jl7l.Jhll'll tk: Blade. pies-IF Invest Comm. co-chm-Chi Psi a Schwebs, Leland A.-DeForest-Agr E-ASAE Scobie, Katherine T.-Wauwatosa-SD,0f'Cl1-Tf Alverno-Newman Cb-Phi Kappa Epsilon 1 Scott, Guy R.-Watertown-Econ-NSW Guide- Jt Mil Bd. chm-Nautilus Soc. pres-IF Rush Conn -Mil Ball, gen chm, King contest chm-WSA Recog Comm-Cardinal Bd-Theta Delta Chi. rush chm, pres . Scott, James S.-Madison-Econ-Union Soc Comm, sub-chm Y Seeger, Nancy A.-Milwaukee-Art-Tf UWM Seemann, Bruce R.-Rio-Food ti: Dairy Tech- Alpha Zeta-Food Tech Cb-Cardinal Hse, soc chm Seiler, David E.-LaCrosse-Music-Ti' LaCrosse- Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia, pres-iYis Band. PTUS'- Haresfoot Cb , Sellers, Robert E., Jr.-Neenah-Met E-Pln Delta Theta, hse rep. sec Seton, Telia L.-Dodgevill-Soc Vlik-Tf Dubuque- Schoenleber Hse, res aide, pres Settecase, Kenneth C.-Berwyn, Ill,-Com-Lambda Chi Alpha, soc chm, rush chm Seymour, Nancy A.-Madison-ChD-LSA-Humo Pub Comm-Humo Prom Comm-Campus Carn Pub Comm-Badger Blk Card Comm-I-Ioofers Sail Cb-Euthenics-Alpha Xi Delta, pledge V-pr9S. cour chm Shames, Susan J.-Lawrence, N.Y.-Hebrew-Ti Hebrew Univ, Jerusalem, Israel-ILS Coun- Hillel, soc chm-NSYV Guide-NSW Pub Comm- Lincoln Lodge Soc Comm Shanberg, Barbara J.-Tonawanda, N.Y,-Bus Ed- Tf Miami of Ohio-NSW Comm-VVSA Elec Comm Shannon, Richard C., Jr.-Madison-Zoo-Pres Hse- Swimming Shapiro, Irene B.-Massapequa, N.Y,-Span-Tf New York-Union PR Comm-Span Cb Shapiro, Toby L.-Prairie du Chien-Soc Wk Sharkansky, Ina G.-Madison-EEd-Tf Bridgewater Sharp, Stephanie M.-Green Bay-ChD-Tf Lawrence -YGOP-Pres Hse-Delta Gamma Sheatfer, Susan-Madison-Zoo-Sigma Epsilon Sigma -Kappa Alpha Theta, pres Shebu, Marlene A.-Milwaukee-Art-Tf UWM- Sigma Sigma Sigma-Newman Cb-Art Stud League Sheller, Karen E.-Montello-Psych-Sigma Epsilon Sigma-Eta Kappa Lambda-Soph Honors-LHA Pers Comm, chm-AWS Jud Comm-Slichter, AWS rep, art chm, music chm, jud chm Sheller, Sandra E.-Montello-Nurs Shggtpzn, Norman L.-Kenosha-ME-Tf Kenosha- Sher, Marlene S.-Ironwood, Mich.-Acct-Tf Mich- igan-Phi Chi Theta-Union Hse Comm-Hillel, soc comm, drama comm-NSW Guide Sheridan, David A.-Milwaukee-Pol Sei-Phi Eta Sigma-Phi Kappa Phi-Phi Beta Kappa-Out- standing Jr Man-YDem. pres-Forensics-Provost Corp-Union Forum Coiiini-WSA Humn Rel Comm, v-pres-WSA, v-pres-Theta Delta Chi Sheridan, Richard M.-Mayville-Food Ind-Saddle 6: Sirloin Cb-Food Tech Cb-Little Intl Livestock 8: Hrse Show, ringmaster-Babcock Hse, v-pres Shiels, Patrick J.-Wise Rapids-Pharm-Tf Stevens Point-Kappa Psi Shinners, George F.-Green Bay-Psych-Delta Epsilon-LHA .lt Disc Comm-LHA, hd of dir, spec act chm--LII A Fin Comm-LIIA Ath Comm- Union Craft Comm-Union PR Comm-Dist III Comm-Sieheckvr llsc, pres. soc chm. uth chm Sholts, Erwin A.-Madison-Agr Econ-WSA Travel Comm-Apr Econ Ch-Meat Judging Team Shovers, Alan-Madison-Com-Theta Alpha Xi- Cnmpus Cairn, treus-llomccoming, treas-Zeta Beta Tau Shreve, Sally O.-lit VVztynr:, Incl-I5'rcn-Ilumo Kiclzliru--Kappa. Alpha Theta, Ilomonoming chm Shumway, Lynn O.-Kenosha-Cor Adm Siegel, Gloria L.-Milwtuilioe-Son NVk Siija, Niargaret A.-Bcztvol' ljlllll-'Iii Oshkosh-LIIA .Iomm Sievert, Peter A.iwllll'l'UNVII'-l'iIllgi'Iil' Northwestern it Syracuse Siggelkow, Dorothea I.-Mr:I":irhind-Int Rel-NSW fiuirlv-l-'r Comp Coun-YGOP-YWCA, v-pres- Sr Swingout-Morli-l UN-Univ Chorus-Liz Waters V, music comm, sm-0, jr-sr hunrl comm Sigrnan, Brenda L.-Cllr.-ncoo, Ill.-Ilixt-Coeds Cong -Yictoriit Ilsr-, pres Simenson, Robert M.-Cornell-Acct-Soph llonors- Hctat Jllplui Psi-XVSA Lili Comm-IVSA llome- comimg l'uli Comm-NSW Acad Comme-Union Plncc Comm, Vlllll'-llllltlll, V-pros-Mack Ilsc, trans. soc 4-lim-'l'lu-in llc-lm Chi, treats Simkins, Linda L.-Port l'hIw:uds-Sp Cor-Sigma Alpha .lCt:i-Czintvrlmry Clr Simmons, Hilbert H.-c,jUtl1ll'lDlll'l,Z-'A!'f'i. Simon, Barbara-Merrick, N.Y.-Math-Ti Alfred Simon, John H.-Mmlisorr-C'oiii-Basel:ull Singer, Richard-Brooklyn, N.Y.-llisl-YDemS- Wis I'l:iym-rs Prod Coun Sinke, Lucia J.-Milwamlcou-Spf-coli-I'lii Beta. Pan- luil rep, rush elim-Cunipus Ulu-st Solif' Comm--Sr Swingout. Prog Comm-Liz Xlntc-rs. fr Icp, exec coun. fur-uliy ton :uli-chm-Kappa Dt,-lm Slattery, Charles L.-Sun Prnirir'-l32l.i-IRE Slocum, Sancha-Clmlu'yn0. Pit.-Soi'-Tf llollins- YGOP-Union Lili Sub-comm-Union Lit. Comm Smekrud, Harvey O.-Wisconsin Rapids-Cili-Tf Central Stutt--.-XSCIC Smith, Alan B.-Mt l,TOS1il't'i, Ill.-ChE-Phi Eta Siixmzi-Phi Knppit l'l1i-Barium-r. sales mgr, bus mgr -Bailflvr lid-llf C'UIlU'I1'A Sports Comm- Scalmlrmd tk Blinlo-Navy Iizill, lin chm-Mil Ball, vt of honor clmi-Bethel Choir-Mock COP Conv- Ilumo-Phi Ganinm Delta, treas Smith, Barbara VV.-Zimvsville, Ohio-ChD-Tf Miislcirigiiiui-Pres llsv, dezicon-Eutlicrnicrs Smith, Charles F.-Plllllll' ilu Chic-n-PErl-Cross Country-Track-h'IIIA Ath Comm-Pledge Pres Coun-Pershing Rifles-Phi Epsilon Kappa- Bcta Theta Pi, pledge pres Smith, David B., Jr.-Merrill-Econ-Tf Beloit- Richnrdson Hse, ath chm-Chi Psi Smith, Emest C.-Portage-EEd-W Cb-Crew- Basketball-Pistol Team-Rifle Tczxm-Soabbard ik Blade-Provost Corp Smith, Gary D.-Stitzer-CiE-Phi Eta Sigma- Tau Beta Pi-Phi Kappa Phi-Chi Epsilon, lires- ASCE-Wesley Found Smith, Jeanette M.-Marlin, Texas-Eng-Ti Baylor -Baptist Stud Union Smith, Lanny L.-Luliarge-EE-AIEE-Three Sqs Cb, treas, exec sec Smith, Lyle E.-Aladison-Speecli-Newman Cb Smith, Peter S.-Menomonic-Hist-Tf Stout tk Penn-YDems-LHA Film Comm Smith, Virginia M.-Chicago, Ill.-EEd-Tf Lawrence -Eta Sigma Phi-Pan-hcl Quota System Comm- Canterbury Cb-NSW Guide-iVis Pre-VieWs- IVSA Parents Iiiknd Invit Comm-VVSA iVel- fare Comm-Ann Emery. soc chm-Delta Gamma, sec Smrcina, Kurt L.-Milwaukec-ChE-Su'imming,- Pistol Team-Delta Tau Delta Sneen, Malcolm A.-Durand-Psych-Ti Eau Claire Sobieski, James F.-Omro-Chem-Phi Eta Sigma- Soph Honor-Newman Cb-Pi Tau Pi Sigma Solakian, Harry-R a c i n c-I-I i s t-Tf R a c i n e- Chamberlin Hse, ath chm Sommers, Jean W.-Appleton-HEc-HEc Hosp Day Comm-HEC Mid-WVinter Ball, tickets chm- Phi Upsilon Omicron-Eutlienics-Blue Shield 4-H-Tabard Inn. tieas Sommers, LeRoy H.-Milwaukee-CiE-Tf UWM- ASCE-LHA Hunt dz Fish Cb Sorenson, Lyn J.-Racine-Pharm-Newman Cb- Turner Hse, ath chm. blood dr chm Spangler, John W.-Jefferson-Agron-Crops ci: Soils Cb-Concert Band-Pi Kappa Alpha Spellens, Lawrence W.-Hempstead, N.Y.-Eng- Dyer Hse, pres-Univ Stud Alliance. treas Spindler, Alvin E,-Eau Claire-EE-Tf Texas Western ck Eau Claire-LSA Stadler, Donald M.-Beloit-Pol Sci-Fencing- YDem-IF Invest Comm-Union Hse Rep-Fallows Hse, soc chm-Chi Phi, pledge trainer Stafeil, Walter W.-Oconomowoc-Trans-NDTA- Sigma Alpha Epsilon Stampen, Jacob O.-Western Springs, Ill.-Intl Rel- Intl Cb-Scand Cb-Hooters Ski Cb-Hooters Sail Cb-Alpha Tau Omega Standorf, Claudia A.-Madison-HEc-Hoofers Arch Cb-Newman Cb-VVRA Stanek, George K.- Lomira-Psych-Badger Am Radio Soc-Newman Cb-Hoofer Out Cb Stark, Richard A.-Milwaukee-EE-Tf Milwaukee- Eta Kappa Nu-Gamma Delta Stebnitz, Georgianna M,-Madison-EEd Steeno, Charles R.-Green Bay-Market-Stud Ath Bd, rep-Pershing Rifles-Scabbard dz Blade- ' Golf-Market Cb-Ins Soc-W Cb SteEens David M.--B lti ld-ME-' .. e .es avi .-Mosinee-C -N f Cb- Ifm Ch-Badger Classics Bowliiin ewmdn Stem. NHHCY C.-Madison-EEd-Tf Colorado- P1 Lambda Theta-LSA-fSchedcrs-Alpha Phi Steiner. Esther L.-West Milton, Ohio-Pets Mgt- 'lf Mlclflgari State-Badger Prod StaFF-AWS LftiifgflHpgkgxilgipniecoiriirig Decor Comm-Kappa, Steinmetz, Paul E.-Madison-ME-ASME-SAE Sfevlvangi Karen M.-Walworth-I'IEc-Tf Mt Mary oz Austria-Chi Omega SWIISOH. J21CCIUelynn E.-Manitowoc-Nat Sci-LSA, senator-Barnard Hall, Flr chm Stepe, Yisvaldis A.-Milwaukee-ME-Tf UWM- SZME-SAE-ASTE-Wis Engineer-Weight Lift Stephan, Thomas R.-Madison-Agr Econ Stephenson, Carolyn R.-Madison-Eng-Tf Luther Stern, Warren R.-Slingei-Pharm-Rho Chi- kappa Psi, sec Sterr, Thomas C.-Lanira-Econ-Tf St Norberts- Delta Siqma Pi, soc chm Stetson, Kenneth W.-Wood River, Ill.-Hist 6: Ent!-W'restlintg-Delta Tau Delta Steffef. 'James E.-Gconomowoc-Mnrket-Market Ch-Vilas llse, :ith chm-Lambda Chi Alpha, sec Sfefflef. John R.-Fountain City-Aur E-ASAE, sec-Aw' Stud' Coun-USF, pub chm-ASME- Delta Thctzt Sienna. v-pres. sec. pledge trainer Stettler, Wlerner, Jr.-Alma-Agr E-Alpha Zeta, pres 7-ASMlo-ASAE-Polygon Bd, treas, pres-Delta. Flireta Siauna, v-pres, pledge trainer, rush chm Sf9li9'TlS. Qeorge W.-Park Ridge, Ill.-Market- W SA Elect Comm-Wis Pre-Views-NDTA- II3,l'K'Sf0Ul.mSiLIl1l21 Alpha Epsilon, rec sec, v-pres, soc chm Stevens, Jacqueline E.-Oshkosh-Soc Wk-Kappa Alpha Theta, v-pres. historian, Humo Stevens, John W.-Milwaukee-Com-Fin Soc, sec, tmas-Ins Soc-Stud Ct, justice-Badger Stich, Gerald L.-Madison-Music-Phi Mu Alpha- Qoncert- Band. pres-Symph Orch-A Cappella .Choir-March Band. drum major Stlillanl, Janet A.-hladison-Pol Sci Stillman, Jon C.-Appleton-Speech-VVis Players- Qyinnastirrs, cupt-Clieerleadey , capt.-WV Cb, pres- Stud Ath Bd-Delta Tau Delta, pledsze pres St. John, Robert W.-DePere- Psych-Tf St Norbert -Newman Ch StoEtel,Anita M.-Racine-EEd-T Racine-Scheders Stoffel, Stephen W.-Bloomer-Elec-Ti Eau Claire- Neivman Ch-IRE Stoltenberg, John P.-Elkhart Lake-ME-Tf She- boygan-ASME-ASTME Stone, Carol H,-Chicago, Ill.-Psych Stgikgpf, Thomas E.-Madison-Agr E-Tf Ohio - a e Strade, Earl A.-Oshkosh-ME-Tf Oshkosh-ASME -Mens Glee Cb-Sigma Phi Epsilon, song chm, sec, sr marshal Strand, Jerome E.-lola-ME-Tf Texas Christian- LSA. trt-as-ASHRAM, chm-ASME Strand, Ronald R.-Racine-EE-Eta Kappa Nu- Scahbard cb Blade-Pi Tau Sigma-IRE-Chamber lin Hse, soc chm, Homecoming decor chm Strauss, Ronald L.-Theinsville-Hist-WSA Sym- posium Comm-Provost Corp-Mil Ball Pub Comm, chm-Pi Lambda Phi, pledge trainer Strey, Fredrick, C.-Theinsville-Acct-Ti Capital- Union Forum Comm-LSA-Lake Shore Stores, Inc., mgr, v-pres-Laliollette Hse, store bd, sec- treas-Tau Kappa Alpha Strock, George M.-Wauwatosa-Hist-IF PR Comm -NDTA-YGOP-Theta Del'a Chi, soc chm Strom, Jacqueline S.-Waterloo, Iowa-Sp Cor- Sigma Alpha Eta-Pledge Pres Coun, sec-treas- Campus Carn Judging Comm-Tower View, soc chm, AWS rep-Sigma Delta Tau, pledge pres, sec, AWS rep Stromberg, Carl W., Jr.-Madison-Agron-Meth Stud Ctr dt Choir Strong, Barbara E.-Madison-AEd-Tf Iowa- Union Gal Comm-Channing Cb-Hoofers Sail Cb- Hoofers Out. Cb-Kappa Kappa Gamma Stueck, Thomas C.-Two Rivers-ME-Phi Eta Sigma-ASIVIE-Tau Kappa Epsilon A Suehs, Allen A.-Wauwatosa-Pharm-Kappa Psi. hse mgr-WPhA . Suhm, Stephen J.-Milwauke-Psych-Hillel-Mens Glee Cb-MHA Mens Glee Cb-Botkin Hse, soc chm, treas Sukup, Janice L.-Marengo, Ill.-Chem Sullivan, John F.-Stoughton-Med-Phi Eta Sigma Summers, William C.-Janesville-Math dz Med Sci- Phi Eta Sigma-Soph Honors-LHA Cab-Botkin Hse, pres, v-pres, soc chm Sundby, Frederick J.-Stoughton-Pharm WPhA Suter, JeEery K.-Theinsville-NIE-Tf UWM- SAME-Intramurals Sutkowski, Edward F.-Chicago, Ill.-Fin-Fin Soc, pres-Ins Soc-Football-Phi Gamma Delta Sutton, Mary E.-Milwaukee-Phy Med-YWCA. sec, pres-Phi Theta, prog chm-Zoe Bayliss. soc chm Sviatoslavsky, Nicolas N.-Madison-EE Swan, William A.-Sturgeon Bay-ME-ASME- YGOP-Dormistory, sport ed-Alpha Phi Omega, pres-Conover Hse, act dir, ath chm Swanson, Carl E.-Fayetteville, N.Y.-Geol-Scab- bard dz Blade-Nautilus Soc-Baptist Stud Ctr- Wayland Eating Co-op, mgi, treas Swardenski, Jay G.-Peoria, Ill.-Hist-Stud Sen- Badger Party, oo-ord-Dist Comm-Union Dance Comm-Golf-IF Rush Eval Comm-Humo- Beta Theta Pi, v-pres, rush chm, pr man. Tl-ish Pamllh ed 479 Sweet, Diane E.-Cleveland-Eng-Tf bkldlllorea Gamma. Phi Beta , , Swoboda, Glory A.-East Troy-Eng-Tf White- water-Newinan Cb-Irloofers Sail Cb-Cochrane Hse, soc' chm I Syse, Sonja C.-Middleton-Hist Mock Dem Conv T Tacke, Susan M.-1Iilwaukee-HEC-VVhIHA-AWS Big Sister-Liz III, Soc chm-Alpha X1 Delta Taft, Terril D.-Whitewater-ABIP Tanneberg, Darlene J.-Prairie du Sac-Eng-Pres I-Ise Choir Taylor, Barbara C.-Rliinelander-HECEd-Tf Stout -Phi Upsilon Omicron-Union Film Comm- Hoofers Ski Cb-Gamma Phi Beta. treas-ADH Emery, iud comm Taylor, Marilyn J.-Madison-HEC Teasley, Mary B.-Robinson, Ill.-HEc Journ- Phi Upsilon Omicron-Canterbury Cb-PreViews- NSW Guide-Villa Maria, soc chm, Jud bd-Delta Gamma, pledge treas Ternkin, Laurel R.-Milwaukee-AEd-Tf UWM- Union Gallery Comm Terman, Sheila M.-Glencoe, Ill.-Sp Cor-Humo- Campus Carn-WSA PR Comm-VVSA Foreign Stud Guide-Ann Emery, Homecoming chm, pres- Pledge Pres Coun-Delta Delta Delta Terpening, Mary A.-Madison-EEd I Terry, Thomas E.-Madison-Ins-Ins Soo, dir- Newman Cb-Phi Gamma Delta I I Tesaril-r, Katherine M.-Milwaukee-EEcl-Ti Miami of Ohio Thelen, William-Brookfield-EE-Tf UWM-Eta Kappa Nu-IRE I Thiede, Roger L.-Janesville-I-Iist-Phi Eta Sigma- Soph Honors-Russian Cb-MHA, ed and schol comm-Phi Sigma Kappa, sec I Thiel, Richard R.-Sheboygan-CiE Br Nav Sci- Chi Epsilon-Tau Beta Pi-Phi Kappa Plu-Hooters Sail Cb-FBC Bd of Gov-Scabbard tb Blade- Nautilus Soc-Calvary Choir-Chorus-LI-IA Chorus-ASCE-Polygon Bd-Elm Dr, hsefellow- Sigma Phi, hse mgr, sec I Thiele, Eleanor R.-Green Bay-Math-Sigma Epsilon Sigma-Phi Kappa Plii-Union News Bureau- Liz Waters, fresh rep-Alpha Phi, v-pres, scliol chm Thielmann, Judith A.-Hartford-Speecli-Phi Beta- Pan-hel, sec-VVis Players-Newman Cb-Phi Beta, Phi-Delta Delta Delta-"Cat on a Hot Tin Roof" Thomas, Nancy K.-Appleton-Journ-WMHA-- Slichter Chorus Thomasma, William S.-DePere-An Hush-Ti Iowa -Saddle and Sirloin Cb Thompson, Barbara J.-Evansville-Eng and Hist- Tf Milwaukee Downer Thompson, Charles S.-Westby-ME-Ti LaCrosse Thompson, James G.-Waupaca-Agi-on-Crops k Soils Cb Thompson, Patricia A.-Milwaukee-HEc- Tf UWM Thomsen, Paul M.-Neenah-Pol Sci-Basketball- Track-Kappa Sigma Thomson Richard H.-Lena-Acct Thoresoni Bruce D.-Mondovi-Nav Sci Eng-ASCE -Rifle othcer-Nelson Thoreson, Team-Scabbard 8: Blade-Mil Ball, exec Hse, pres Karen L.-Kewaunee-Latin-Sigma Ep- silon Sigma-Soph Honors-Eta Sigma Phi, sec, pres-LHA Lib Bd-Chorus-Holt Dedicntions Arrang Comm-hlodel UN-Snow Hse, jud chm, blood dr chm Thornton, John C,-Sheboygan-Hist-Phi Eta Sigma -Sopli Honors-Phi Kappa Phi-Tennis-IF Ath Comm-UYMCA, v-pres-WSA Curr Comm- Union Forum Comm-WSA Elect Comm-Sigma Alpha Epsilon, schol chm, pledge trainer, sr coun mem Thorp, Bruce E.-Fish Creek-.Iourn-Iron Cross- Wis PreViews-LHA Cab-Cardinal, news ed, asst mgr ed, ed-Badger, org ed-Sigma Delta Chi, treas. sec-Chamberlin Hse, treas, v-pres Thorson Austin T Biriinffham hflich EE Phi , .- in C, , .- - Eta Sigma-Soph Honors-Newsgreek, sports ed- Union, News Bur, PR-IRE-Beta Theta Pi Thronson, Ruth A.-Mt. Horeb-EEd-LSA Stud Sen, Choir-Chadbourne Hall, jud chm Thurns, Raymond F.-Rib Lake-Pol Sci-Hoofers-- YGOP Ticko, Barbara R.-Milwaukee-EEd-Scheders- 'Union Forum Comm-YDems-Alpha Epsilon Phi T16gS, Carolyn J.-Park Ridge, lll.-Sp Cor-Sigma Alpha Eta-Badger Party-YGOP-Prom Comm- VNSNV Guide-Gamma Phi Beta Timm, Karyl M.-Berlin-OcT-Tf Lawrence-OcT ICb-Chi Omega Timm, Stanley E.-Beloit-Psych-USF, asst pub- Chamberlin Hse. treas Todd, Martha C.-Alexandz ia, Va .-Psy ch-Ti William. and Mary- Delta Delta Delta Toll, Cherie L.-Attica, Ind.-Eng-Tf Ohio VVesleyan -Pan-hel, rec Gamma Delta Toman, Thomas Soph Honors- Tau Omega, v- sec-Union Theater Comm-Alpha R.-Ripon-EE-Phi Eta Sigma- Wrestling-IF Rush Comm-Alpha res rush chm , , D .. Tosti, Rosalind-Chicago, Ill.-Sp Cor-NSW, soc chm-Pan-hel Rush Coun-Ntfis PreViews-Fr Camp-Sr Class Coun-Humo Comm-Villa Maria, V:-DIES, sec-Sigma Alpha Eta, V-pres-Delta Gamma, treas TOWCFS, Thomas W.-Bruce-Journ-Iron Cross- Delta Epsilon-LHA, cab, pres-Dormistory- Sigma Delta Chi Tfalmef, John P,-Chicago. Ill.-MetE-Wis Eng, ad mgr-Pershing Rifles-Newman Cb-ASM- AFS, v-pros 480 Trantow, Terence W.-Tomahawk-EE-VVLHA- YGOP-Sigma Nu. rec TY?-Ver, Edwin L.-Lake Geneva-Acct 8: Ins-Phi Eta Sigma-Soph Honors-Eta Alpha Psi, treas- Ins Soc-Tennis-YMCA, cab, sec-Delta Tau Delta, pledge treas Trepa, Robert F.-Syracuse, N,Y,-Zoo-Tf New York Stat-Newman Cb-Alpha Chi Rho, soc chm, ath chm, sgt at arms Trevisan, Patricia E,-Milwauke-Art-Tf UYVM Trieglaff, Arlo J .-Fond Adu Lac-EE-Soph Honors- Eta Kappa Nu-Phi Eta Sigma-Track-MHA Camera Cb, treas-Gamma Delta-Pi Tau Pi S1 ma Union C i I g - amea Cb Trlnrud, Charles I.-Evanston, Ill.-Acct-Ti Kenyon -Ins Soc-Delta Upsilon TI'lI1!:l-1d,. Romona E.-Appleton-Span and Eng-Tf hliami of Ohio-YGOP, sec-ANVS Pers Comm- LHA, cab rep Trosch, Joel S.-Milwaukee-Econ-Pi Lambda Phi Tmwbfldge, Timothy C.-itladisoli-Intl Rel-Tf Lawrence-Niodel UN-YMCA-Phi Gamma Delta Trukenbrod, William S.-Winnetka, Ill.-Fin-Phi Eta Sigma, pres-WSA Rings Comm, chm-Pi Tau gi Sigma-Co-op Bd, sec-Haresfoot-Beta Theta 1 Trummer, Heidi M.-Madison-AEd-Christian Science Org-Union, soc comm, gallery comm Tsoi, Katherine M.-New Orleans, La.-EEd-Tf East Michigan-Kiekhofer Hse, sec Turnen, SAE Robert J.-Milwaukee-ME-Tf UVVM- U Ann E.-Waupun-Eng dz Hist-Sigma Epsilon Sigma, honors banq comm-Soph Honors- WSA Welfare Proj Comm-Senior Swingout Script Comm-Campus Chest Comm-Union Lit Comm- Hoofers Riding Cb-Wesley Found-YDem- Liz Waters, sec, exec coun, Unit I, store rep, sec Underbrink, Charles D.-Spring Green-Cliem- Phi Eta Sigma-Soph Honors-Newman Cb- Alpha Chi Sigma Uehling, V Vaaler, Wayne E.-Cashton-Market-Tf Luther- Market Cb-Ins Soc-Beta Alpha Epsilon-LSA- Intramurals-Band Valdes, Sonja L.-Lancaster-Geog-URC, v-pres- Wesley Found, sec Vance, Karen R.-Elm Grove-Phy Med-Tf UWM- Phi Theta-NSW Guide-Barnard, campus cam pers chm Van Cura, Lawrence J.-Milwaukee-Phy-Delta Epsilon-LHA, dir, cab rep-YMCA Fr Camp- LHA Soc Comm-770 Club-Union News Bureau- WVSA, asst treas, Stud Sen Van der Linden, Judith M.-Glendale-SEd-Tf Lawrence-Campus Chest Pro Comm-Campbell Hse, v-pres-Kappa Delta Vander Meulen, David M.-Madison-PEd-Basketf ball-WV Cb-Phi Epsilon Kappa-Chi Psi Vander Velden, Lee R.-Kimberly-Psycli-Football, mgr-Delta Upsilon, rush ohm Van Horn, Diane L.-Waukesha-Nat Sci-Sigma Epsilon Sigma-Ross Hse, pres Van Horn, James C.-Appleton-Journ-IF Rush Comm-WSA Publ Comm-Homecoming Buttons Comm-NSW Guide-Delta Tau Delta Van Horn, Lawrence E.-Shiocton-EE-Badger Band-March Band-Kappa Eta Kappa Van Horn, Susan C.-Hartsdale, N.Y.-Intl Rel-Tf Macon-AWS Big Sister-WSA Symposium, sec- Sr Swingout-Union Place Comm-Univ Chorus- YGOP-Langdon, v-pres-Pi Beta Phi Vankat, Elizabeth-Eau Claire-Market-Eta Kappa Lambda-VVSA Recog Comm-Dist III Comm- Symph Orch-Mock Conv, arrang chm-USF, sec- Union lVIusic Comm-LHA Cabinet-MHA PR Comm, chm-Buck Hse, hsefellow-Barnard Hall, Campus Carn chm Van Nevel, J. Paul-New Richmond-.Iourn-Tf Eau Claire-YGOP-Union News Bureau Van Straten, Bonnie L.-Black Creek-Sp Cor-Mock GOP Conv-Sr Swingout Prog Comm Van Willigen, Sandra L.-Wauwatosa-Hist-Scheders -MHA Soc Comm-Dormsylvania Comm-Rush Coun-Alpha Xi Delta, hist, soc chm Vasaitis, Kazys A.-Madison-CiE-Tf MIT Sr Northeastern-ASCE-SAME Vater, Marilyn L.-VVausau-Nurs-Tf UWM-- Alpha Tau Delta-LSA-Pres Hse, choir Veed, Alan M.-Wauwatosa-Elec-Tf Niarquette- Phi Eta Sigma-AIEE-IRE Veldhuizen, Jack R,-Green Bay-Met-Navy Ball, chm-Mil Ball, chm-Haresfoot, bus mgr-In- sight 5: Outlook, dist mgr-Phi Gamma Delta Vellema, James C.-Juneau-OiE-ASCE-SAME- Showerman Hse, soc chm Verhulst, David C.-Sheboygan-Food Ind-Tf Lincoln -Alpha Gamma Rho Verhulst, Mavis K.-Milwaukee-HEc-TfUWM- Sigma Epsilon Sigma-Omicron Nu, sec-WLI-IA -LHA Pub Comm-Dormsylvania Pub Comm- HEc Stud Coun-Phi Upsilon Omicron. pres Vilcins, IvarS-Milwaukee-CiE-Tf UWM-ASCE Vinay, Paola F.-Torino. Italy-Soc Wk-Tf Torino, Italy-Intl Cb-Wesley Found-Ital Cb Vitkus, Richard F.-Evergreen Park, Ill.-Fin-Track -Badger Party-Fin Cb-Beta Theta Pi, soc chm Vlach, Robert E.-Kewaunee-Pharm-WPhA- Voelker, Keith E.-lX'Iilwaukee-Pers Nlgt-Tf UWM -Phi Eta Sigma-Soph Honors-Phi Kappa Phi- LHA Cab Rep-LHA Film Comm-SAIVI-Showeb man Hse, Homecoming chm, pres Voelker, Marilyn C.-Oconomowoc-EEd-Tf UWM -Soheders-Kett-erer Hse, jud chm I Vogel, Jacqueline B.-Madison-I-IEc-Omicron Nu, txeas-USF-Phi Upsilon Omicron, lib Vogti Cir-:linda E.-Brooklyn, N.Y.-EEd-Hoofers- c ie ers Voigtrnan, Edward W.-Neenah-ME-LHA Radio Cb, V-pres-ASME-IRE-Amateur Radio Soc- IVIVIHA-YGOP-Newman Cb-Scabbard dt Blade -Pi Tau Pi Sigma-Alpha. Delta Phi I V0lk, Harriet, VV.-Bethesda, Md.-Fren-Hillel Coun-I-Iillel Folk Dance Players Prod-Sr Orchesis -Chadbourne, treas I Vorpahl, Janet L,-Racine-Math-Dolphins-Univ Chorus-Wilkinson Hse, pres, jud chm Vosmek, Josef F.-Antigo-Med-Phi Chi-USF- Noyes Hse, ath chm, v-pres Voss, Nancy L.-Delavan-Journ-Tf Carroll-Theta Sigma Phi-WSA Place Comm-MHA PR Comm- Union PR Comm-Parents Wknd Comm-Chl Omega, rush chm, Homecoming chm, I-Iumo co-chm W Waeffler, Rosernary-Evansville--EEd-Scheders Pub Comm-NVSA Welfare Proj Comm-Campus Chest, spkers chm-Homecoming Alum Comm-Pan-hel Ball, prom chm-Kappa Delta, rush chm, Humo dir Wagner, Robert E.-Sheboygan-Lab Rel-Tf Lake- land-WSA Hse dz Discrim Comm-Newman Cb, treas, province V-chm, choir Wagner, William W.-Granton-Com-Ins Soc- Trans Cb-Pershing Rifles-NDTA-Sigma' Nu Wahlstrom, Linda K.-Eau Claire-Psych-AWS Big Sister-Union Soc Comm-Liz Waters, serv chm Waite, Geraldine L.-Brooklyn-Music-Sigma Alpha Iota, ed, chap-Music Stud-Fac Comm, V-DNS' 'Wesley Found, music chm-Pres Hse, choir-Chorus -Wmns Chorus, v-pres-A Cappella Choir-Band Walden, Gabriel S.-Madison-Eng 8: Hlst Walecka, Alice A.-Kewaunee-Math-Tf Green Bay -Snow Hse, treas Walker, Paul J.-Greendale-ME-SAE-ASME- Sigma Delta Omega Wall, Geraldine H.-Park Falls-EEd-Eta Kappa Lambda-Scheders, treas-Union PR Comm- WIC-Liz Waters, treas, Unit IV pres Wallach, Peter B.-Wausau-Philo Wallin, Charles S.-South Milwaukee-Geol-Badger Sky Divers-Alpha Chi Sigma I Wallin, Gerald P.-Rhinelander-CiE-ASCE I Walter, Thomas J.-Dodgeville-Chem 8:-Nat Sci- Phi Eta Sigma-Soph Honors-Pi Tau Pi Sigma- Walters, Perry T.-La Crosse-Psych-Tf La Crosse- Chorus-Sigma Zeta Phi, chap I Walton, Joan-Norwalk, Iowa-Fren-T1 Stephens College dc Iowa-Fren Cb Wambach, Doris A.-Milwaukee-Chem-AChS- Andersen Hse, sec . Ward, Thomas A.-Janesville-Pharm-Rho Chi- Phi Eta Sigma-Sigma Alpha Epsilon Wartinbee, John W.-Madison-Corn-Ti La Crosse- Ins Soc-Fin Soc Watson, Ellen K.-Belleville-EEd-Pan-hel Dec Comm-Scheders-YGOP sec-Badger Olympics, pub comm-Delta Delta Delta, pres, soc chm Watt, Janice-Racine-Psych-Ti Bradley-Hillel Wearing, Charles K.-Mineral Point-Pharm-Tf Platteville-WPhA Webster, Daniel E.-Milwaukee-Fren-Iron CIOSS-' hiace, pres-Cardinal, mang ed, assoc ed, Sd-SI-'IC -Stud Sen-Symposium-NVis Union, pres-Per Shing Rifles-Chi Psi Wechter, Susan E.-Glencoe, Ill.-Span-PB-'Phel- workshop chm-Ann Emery Serv Comm-Alpha Epsilon Phi, Pan-hel rep Weuiake, Gerald J.-clinton-EE-Eta Kappa NU- corres sec-Track Weeks, Walter O., Jr.-Colfax-EE-Tf Iowa-IRE Wege, Robert W.-Neenah-Am Inst-Tf MeI1aSh2- Wegner, Donald L.-Bonduel-EE Wegner, Harlan W.-Seyinour-Market-Market Cb Wegner, Nancy M.-Menomonee Falls-EEd-Tf Elmhurst Weigel, Joachim E.-Neenah-Agr-TE Oshkosh I Weil, James S.-Great Neck, N.Y.-Econ-P1 Lambda Phi Weil, Steven A.-Chicago, Ill.-Econ-Haresfoot Cb- Model UN-Mock Sen-IF Coun Rep-Humo Prog -Zeta Beta Tau, pres, liist , Weinbliiennetiy Leroy: B.gKenosha-SEd-Tf Ixe110Sh8- -L A- lpha hi igma Weiner, Barbara E.-Chicago, Ill.-MdT-Alpha Delta Theta, hist, rec sec-Sheila-fd Hall' pres' jud bd chm Weiner, Sandra L.-New Castle, Pa.-Am Inst- Union News Bureau-Hillel, interfaith chm- Sigrna Delta Tau, corres sec I I Weinke, Steven W.-Fond du Lac-Pol Sci 'dz Hist- Sr Class, pres-Campus Party-Know Univ Comm -IF Invest Comm, chm-IF Rel Comm-ILS, pres - Chi Psi, alum rel co-chm, const comin co-chm Weiss, Arnold R.-West Bend-Hist-Phi Eta Sigma -Mace-MHA Wel1s,lAvery N. Pershing Rifles Cab -Rhinelander-CiE-ASCE- Welsch, John A.-Beaver Dam-Bact Wendland, Daniel W.-Sheboygan-ME-Tf She- boygan-Soph Hiffh Honors-Sr High Honors- Tau Beta Pi-PhiDEta Sigma-Phi Kappa Phi-A Cappella Choir-Calvary, choir, soloist, pub comm. Kappa Psi pres, v-pres-SAE-ASME I Wenger, Karen G.-Elkhorn-Phy Med-Phi Theta- Bapt Stud Fellowship Wentz, Carol-Chicago, Ill.-OeT-Othera, y-pres- Union Tourn Comm. soc-eliadtlffl' Ol5'l11DlCS Plllb Comm, ohm-Delta Gamma 1 I Wenzel, Margaret A.-Prairie Du Sac-HEC:--lVis Players, sets, costumes-Cliristiun Fellowship. soc chin-Union Rep-Co-ed Congress Westerman, Ann I.-Wauwatosa-Sp Ther it Aud- ANVS Fashion Show. model, pub chm-NSW Guide- Sigma Alpha Eta-Chi Omeixa. rush c-hm Weston, Lee A.-Dodgeville-Pol Sci-Mens Glce Cb Wheat, James F.-Champaign. Ill.-Com-Ti Mich- igan-Union PR Comm-lfin Soc-Chi Psi White, Ronald E.-Mineral Point-Psyeh-Theta Delta Chi Wllitford, William C.-Mt. l-lamilton. Calif.-Math -Soph Honors-Yllems, cluu-Chanmni: -Ch, ctr bd rep-Stud Sen. summer hd pres-Chanmng- Murray, treas . Whitmore. Miriam A.-East. 'l'roy-HEQ-Stud Service Amee, pres-Eta Kappa Lamihila-Newman Cb- AYVS Clothing: Comm-llldc ,llosp Comm-Liz Waters, exec coun. unit pres V Whitney, H. Ann-Madison-Vocal Ed-Bushford Meth Choir. youth spon-Sigma Alpha Iota. v-pres Whyte, Florice A.-Raci n e-S p il n-Eta Ka ppa Lambda-D01mistory-Union PR Comm-Wmns Chorus-Barnard, llr chin, music elim-Snow Hse, soc chm-Cole. pres Wick, Richard K.-Merrill-EE-Tf Wnsuau-Eta Kappa Nu-IRE R Wickstrom, Patricia A.-Florence-liEd-Sehedcrs- Span Cb-Badger Christian l"r-llowshipr Wiedenhoefer, Robert D.-Alilwimlcuo-M19-Cumpus Carn-Phi Delta Theta. sor- elim. sri-waril Wiegner, Edward A.-Pcu'aukee-Fin-lDelta Epsilon -Phi Eta Sigma-Phi Kappa Phi-Beta Ganmm Sigma-YGOP, elim. dir-LH.-X. lin chin Wilke, Kathryn A.-Oliuhehee-EEil-Tf UWM- Newman Cb-Dolphins-Anderson Hse. v-pres Wille, Gerald H.-Milwaukec-Maitli-Tf UWM- Phi Eta Sigma-Soph Ilonors-Delta Epsilon-LIIA Purchasing Comm. chm-LHA Music Comm- Olson Hse, pres. v-pres. union rep Willenson, Kenneth S.-Milwimlcoo-Mod-Tf UWM -Phi Eta Sigma-Pershing Rifles-IF Coun- Phi Delta Epsilon-Alpha Epsilon Pi. pres Williams, Alan R.-Appleton-Maiket-Tf Lawrence -Nlarket Ch Williams, David B.-Williams Bay-Hist-Tf Carroll -Alpha Rho Chi-Stud For Nixon Cb-Cross Country Williams, Fredric T.-Madison-Psych-Tf Ripon- Baseball ' Williams, Reginald D.-Madison-Med Sci Williams, Ronald B.-Lake Forest, lll.-Econ- Cardinal. prom mgr. cir mgr-Cardinal Bd-Navy Ball, tickets ehm-Beta Theta Pi. soc elim Williams, Suzanne R.-Shaker Heights, Ohio-En,g- Tf Smith-NVS.-X Acad Affair Comm, dir-NSP Acad, chm-Union Lit Comm-Delta Gamma, hse pres Willoughby, Rosann M.-Milwaukee-HEC 13: Journ -Matrix Banquet - Euthenics- Cardinal- WSA lVelfare Proj Com'-Hldo Ilosp Dav Pub Comm chm, tour guirle, prog comm-Liz Waters, eommun comm. serv elim, llumo comm. wlmd comm, choir, spec events elim Wilson, Eleanor-Milwaukec-Speech Ther-Tf Milw Inst Tech-Liz Waters I, pres comm elim, Union rep-Sigma Alpha .Eta Winston, Sanford I-I.-Madison-.lourn-Tf Georgia Witt, Robert C.-Rau:ine-Market-Alplia Kappa Psi -Alpha Delta Sigma-Newman Ch-Basebnll- hlarliet Ch, prog dir-lfin Sora Wittich, Lois A.-Madison-Alid-Soph Honors- liaptist Stud Ctr, pub dir--Union Gall Comm, igluu-Delta llelizn Delta Wittke, John F.-Milwaukee-Fin-Fin Cb-.Ir Law Lcmlue Wittmann, Eugene W.-Ifort Atkinson-Georg Wittwer, David B.--Appl:-t.on-Prod Mgt-SAME Witzel, Thomas F.-Madison-Ilist Woiciehowski, James E.-Marinette-Acct Wojcik, James F.-Pulaski-Art-Union Gal Comm Wolff, Virginia-Alzulison-Com-Tl Wittenberg- LSA-l,Jolt:i Gaininn Wolfman, Barbara A.-llnreime-Iellst-Signia. Epsilon Sigma-I'hi .linppn Phi-fticrmzin Cb. sec. treas- Ilillel lfounil K Grad Ch-Union Pit Comm- Campus Chest Solif-it colllllllfl, elim-ISA rep-Model UN-Victoria llsi-. sei? Wolkenstein, Alan S.-Milwinikee-Soe-Octopus- Phi Sigma lla-Ita. jr man, exec eoun, soc, v-prog Wollitz, Audrey J.-lfond ilu Lac-Slid-Eta Kappa Lillllllllllflhhspli Canopus Corn Comm-NSXV Comm -AWS lixi-v Coun-WIC, AWS rep-Liz Waters IV. V-IJl'l,'S. Ill'l?S, PXUC Ulillll Woxlodiirsky, Eugene A.-Cineinnati, Oliio-ME- . Si E Wong, Gregorio G.-Cliiayacmil. Ecuador-EIS-Ti fliiayaqiiil it Miss Soutlu-rn-Eta Kappa Nu- lntl Ch-Latin Am Assoc-QXIEE Woolard, john F.-Iicnilwortli. lll.-Econ-Phi Eta Siplma-ll" Con,uress-Il" Invesi Comm, chin-lla' llush Comm--l"in Soc-YGOI'-Block GOP Conv, del elim-lizidgcr Party-Ilumo Pub Comm- llumo Aizirige Comm-lluiuo Inter-act. Comm. coaclim-Pioiu Coinin-C':unpilS Cairn Clown Comm. elim-l'lomf-comimg Show Comm-Bad:.5er. org iugr. adv migr, plioto-lirulpiui' lid, pres-Mil Ball, sub comm elim--Plii Gamnia Delta, ree sec. pledge trainer Worden, Nancy G.-Madison-Am lnst-Crueible- AWS, act dir. exec: coun-Wis Pre-Views-NVSA Puh Comm-AWS Pers Comin-Parents YVknd, act eo-ord-NSW Guide-Pan-hcl Ball Cornin- lelomecominig Britton Comm-Zeta Phi Eta, pres- Alpha Chi Omega Wozadlo, Gary P.-Milwaukee-Met-Tf UWM- AFS-Sigma Delta Omega Wright, Dale E.-Skokie, Ill.-Acct-Homecoming Fin Comm, chm-Phi Delta Theta, treas Wurtz, Karen A.-Fond du Lac-Span-Union PR Comm-Hoofers Riding Cb Wyatt,.Richard H.-Fond du Lac-Econ Wykhuis, Fay A.-Oostburg-AEd-Tf Carroll- LlflA PR Comm-Prom Court-Chi Omega, pledge trainer, act ohm Y Yanke, Wayne D.-Mfadison-EE Yates, Annie-Io E.-Wilmette, Ill.-Hist-Tf Ohio Wesleyan-.Tr Orehcsis-Nlodel UN-Pan-hel Ball 'Picket Comm-Alpha Gamma Delta, chaplain, standards elim, rush colin Young, Raymond C.-Walworth-Com-Union Enter- tain Comm-Coneert Band. Lib-Nlens Glee Cb- :X Cappella Choir-Fin Soc-SAM-Wis Players- Symph Band-March Band-Phi Mu Alpha, rush uhm, music chin, tourn of song comm-Alpha Kappa Psi-Pi Kappa, Alpha. pledge pres, soc chm, music ohm. rush ohm, v-pres Ysebaert, Dawn M.-Green Bay-Cor Adm-Sigma Epsilon Sigma-Phi Beta Kappa-Liz lVaters. rommun ohm, store rep, Unit III v-pres Z Zanton, Mary E.-Avalon-Speech-Natl Col Players -Wis Players Zagins, Gunars-Appleton-Com-hiarket Cb-Fin Hoc Zemlicka, Wilbur J.-Dodgeville-CiE-SAME-Per- shinii Rifles Zeratsky, John G.-Green Lake-Econ-Chi Psi Zielenski, Peter T.-K e n o sh a.-Z o 0-T r a e k- LaFollette, ed Sz sehol elim, v-pres Zier, Arthur P.-Stanley-Journ-Tf Dayton-Can dinal. usst sports ed. sports eo-ed-Sigma Delta, Chi-Alpha Tau Delta Zimmerman, Delano E.-Fond du Lac-Med Sci- Tf Oslikosh-YDems-Newman Cb-Phi Chi Zimmerman, Gary E..-Green Bay-Psych-Tf Osh- kosh-Union Film Comm-Dyer Hse, pres Zimmerman, Lee H.-hlilwaukee-h1E-Wis Eng- ASME-Evans Scholars, soc chm Zimmermarm, Robert W.-Grenbeulah-Market 6: Prod Mgt-Sr Honors-SAB1-Nlarket Cb-Lambda Chi Alpha. treas Zingler, Sandra J.-Green Bay-PEd Zingler, Warren L.-Neenah-Market-Tf North- western-SAM-Cardinal, photo Zirbel, Richard A.-East Troy-LB-Campus Carn, booths comm-WLHA-Real Estate dz LB Assoc- Delta Sigma. Pi, v-pres Zirwes, Elsie C.-Milwaukee-EEd-Pi Lambda Theta-Barnard Hall, fr rep-Schoenleber, sec Zisook, Barry S.-Flossnoor, Ill.-Econ Zuckerman, Allan C.-Chicago, Ill.-Eng-Soph Honors-Union Literary Comm-Zeta Beta Tau 481 Crganizations Index Page Number A Cappella Choir . .......... 240 Acacia ......... . . .... ...... 4 OO African Union ......--.----..-. ---- Q 16 Agricultural Economics Society ... .... 202 Agricultural Student Council ..., .... 2 02 AIEE--IRE .................. ... 212 Alpha Chi Qmega . . .... 379 Alpha Chi Rho ... ..i. 396 Alpha Chi Sigma .. .... 397 Alpha Delta Phi .. .-- 398 Alpha Delta Theta . .. . . . 230 Alpha Epsilon Phi .,. ... 380 Alpha Epsilon Pi .... .... 3 99 Alpha Gamma Delta ... ... 381 Alpha Gamma Rho . . . . . 400 Alpha Kappa Psi . . . . . 208 Alpha Phi ........ ... 382 Alpha Tau Delta .. ... 230 Alpha Tau Qmega . . , . . 401 Alpha Xi Delta ....,............ ... 383 Aipiw Zeta ...................... ... 196 American Institute of Chemical Engineers .. . 211 American Society oi Agricultural Engineers . . . 203 American Society of Civil Engineers ..... . . . Q11 American Society of Mechanical Engineers . . . 213 Andersen l'-'louse ..................... .. . 365 Ann Emery ............. ...... . .. 358 Arnold Air Society ..,..... . . . 256 Associated Women Students . . . . . 70 Babcoclc l-louse ........ . . . 371 Badger Beauties ... ... 120 Badger Bloclc ......... A.. 95 Badger Crops 84 Soils .. ... 203 Baptist Student Center . . . . 251 Beta Alpha Psi ..... ... E208 Beta Gamma Sigma . . . . . 196 Beta Theta Pi ........... . . . 402 Blue Shield-4l'l ,.....,... ,.. 204 B'nai Birith l-lillel Foundation ... 252 Brittinghams ................... . . . 224 Calvary Lutheran Student Center , . .... 251 Campus Carnival ....... ...... .... 1 1 2 Canterbury Club ............ .... 2 53 Carmen l'louse .... .... 3 70 Carroll Hall .....,,r .... 3 59 Chadbourne l-lall ... .... 316 Chi Epsilon ....... .... 1 97 Chi Qmega... ....38-4 Chi Phi .... .... 4 03 Chi Psi . . .... 404 482 Page Number Christian Science Organization . ..,..... 252 Cochrane l-louse ........... ...... 3 66 Cole Hall .... .... 3 34 Coronto .... .... 2 16 Crucible ..... .... 1 92 Daily Cardinal ........ .... 2 61 David Schreiner l-louse . .,.. 371 Delta Delta Delta .... .... 3 85 Delta Gamma ...,. .... 3 86 Delta Sigma Pi .... .... 4 05 Delta Tau Delta ... .... 406 Delta Theta Sigma . .... 407 Delta Upsilon .., .... 408 Delta Zeta ... .... 387 Dolphin Club ...,..... ,... 2 34 Elizabeth Waters l-lall .., ,... 322 Ellsworth l-louse ....... .... 3 70 Elm Drive "A" ...... .... 3 36 Eta Kappa Lambda . . .... 217 Eta Kappa Nu .... .... 1 97 Euthenics ....... .... 2 05 Evans Scholars .,,..... .... 4 09 Fifth Floor Sigma Nurds ... .... 229 Food Technology Club ..... .,.. 2 05 Future Farmers of America .... 206 Gamma Phi Beta ... .... 388 Gilman l-louse .. ..,. 366 l-laresloot Club ..... .... 2 44 l-lome Ec Council . .. .. .. 206 l-lomecoming 1960 ..... .... 1 O3 l-lumorology 1961 ... .... 106 Insight and Outloolc .....,........... .... 2 70 lntegrated Liberal Studies Council .... .... 2 19 lnterlraternity Assn. ............... .... 3 94 Iron Cross .......... .... 1 89 ,loint Military Board ... .... 255 Kappa Alpha Theta .... .... 3 89 Kappa Delta ........ .... 3 90 Kappa Epsilon .... .... 2 32 Kappa Eta Kappa .... .... 2 14 Kappa Kappa Gamma .... 391 Kappa Psi ........ .... 2 32 Kappa Sigma ... .... 410 Ketterer l-louse .... 367 Lake Lawn l-louse . Lakeshore l-lalls Assn. Lakeshore Stores, lnc. Lakota l'louse ...... Lambda Chi Alpha . Langdon l-lall ...,.. Langdon Lodge . . Langdon Manor Lincoln Lodge ... Mace ............. Marketing Club .... Military Ball ..,.. Mortar Board ...... National Defense iran sportation Corps Nautilus Society ..................... New Idea ....,...,,....... ...... Omicron Nu . . . Qrchesis .... Othera . .. . . Pan l-lel Council ... Pershing Ritles .... Phi Alpha Delta ... Phi Beta ......... Phi Beta Kappa . . Phi Chi .....,. Phi Chi Theta . . Phi Delta Theta .... Phi Epsilon Kappa .. phi Eta Sigma .... Phi Cuamma Delta ... Phi Kappa Theta . . . Phi Mu Alpha ... Phi Sigma Delta .. Phi Sigma Kappa ... Phi Theta ........ Phi Upsilon Qmicron Pi Beta Phi ......... Pi Lambda Phi ...... Pi Lambda phi Kitchen Crew ..... Pi Lambda Theta ........... Pi Tau Sigma ..... polygon Board . . . Provost Corps .... Psi Upsilon .... Red Cross ..... Resident Aides . . Rho Chi ....... Saddle 84 Sirloin .... Scabbard 84 Blade .. Scheders .........,.. Senior Class Council .... Shepard Hall ........ Page Number .........360 .......326 .,...333 .....368 ...,.411 .....361 .....367 .....367 .....362 .....191 ....209 .....116 ...H190 ...H256 ....257 ....270 .....198 .....217 ,....231 ....378 ...M258 ...M218 .....236 ...U188 .....231 .....209 .....412 .....234 .....195 .....413 .....414 .....237 .....415 ,,...416 .....233 .....198 .....392 .....417 ....,255 .....199 .....199 .....215 .....259 .....418 .....22O .....227 .....200 .....207 .....258 .....220 .....435 .....369 Page Number Shoot l-louse ...... Sigma Alpha Epsilon . Sigma Alpha Eta .. Sigma Alpha lota .. Sigma Chi ...... Sigma Delta Chi .. Sigma Delta Tau ... Sigma Epsilon Sigma . Sigma Phi ........ Sigma Phi Epsilon . Slichter l-lall ..,...,...............,.,,.4,,,,,, Society tor the Advancement oi Management Society oi Automotive Engineers .............,.... Student Assn. oi Landscape Architects ..... ,.... Tabard Inn ..... Tau Beta Pi ...... Tau Kappa Epsilon . Theta Chi ...... Theta Delta Chi ... Theta Sigma Phi ... Theta Tau ...,.. Three Squares Tower View . . . Triangle ...............,.. United Student Fellowship .... U. oi W. Men's Culee Club ... University Symphony Qrchestra . . University Women's Chorus . .. Varsity Pistol Team Varsity Rifle Team Victoria l-louse Vikings .... Villa Maria . ...... ,. W Club ........,.....,....... Wesley Foundation Student Assn. Willison l-louse ............. Wisconsin Alumni Assn. ..... . Wisconsin Badger ............. Wisconsin Conservative Club .... Wisconsin Engineer Magazine ... Wisconsin Foundation .............. Wisconsin Pharmaceutical Society .... Wisconsin Players ................ Wisconsin Pre-Views .... .... Wisconsin Student Assn. ....... . Wisconsin Union .................. Women's Physical Education Club .... Women's Recreation Assn. ,...... . YMCA .......,...... YWCA .................. Young Republican Club .... Zeta Beta Tau ........ Zoe Bayliss l-louse 261 419 236 238 420 221 393 193 421 422 338 210 210 207 365 200 423 424 425 201 215 221 363 426 253 241 249 239 260 260 365 223 364 279 254 369 164 264 222 271 162 233 241 272 59 72 235 235 225 226 222 427 368 483 Benson. S., A Augaard. P. , 321 Student Anderson. S-. 236. 319 Anderson, T., 218, 346. 395, 420 Index Bzlde, S., 204, 334 Badezmu, G., 342 Baylis, F., 343 Beach, K., 229, 361, 385 Aa.neS. S., 338, 391 Aaron, G., 340 Aaronson, C., 360 Abbott-, H., 350 Abbott, K. 236, 386 Abbott, S., 413 Abel, J., 355 Abel, R., 341 Abell, C., Abeudroth, A., 358 Anderson. W,, 197, 211, 368 Anding, K., 318 Audley, R., 326, 357 Andrasco, NI., 215 Andres, A.. 233 Andres, N., 217 Andrew, R., 203 Andrews, J., 258, 418 Andrews, NI., 379 Andrews, P., 405 Baebler, INT., 253, 334 Bnehl, A. 335 Baehr, R., 337 Baer, B., 380 Baer, E., 363 Baer, L., 231 Baer. R., 280 Baginsky, J., 363. 393 Bailey, A., 412 Bailey. J., 258, 422 Beale, H., 345 Beall, E. Bean, D , 355 . 403 Beardsly, B., 236. 391 Bearman, D., 351 Bearrick, D., 325 Beasley, E., 392 Beatty, B., 227 Beaty, B., 326, 337 Abem, B., 390 Aberhold, B., 347 Abraham, H., 212, 214 Abrulmaxn, L., 369 Abrams, E., 359 Abrams, J., 405 Ackerman, B., Ackerman , R., 352 Adadevoh, J., 216 Adam, R., 409 Adamany, K. 420 Adams, B., 337, 355, 389 Adams, E., 396 Adams, K., 319 Adams, WV., 415 Adamson, L., 236, 368 Adamson, R., 403 Adamson, V., 208 Arias, T., 342 Adaskavich, N. 389 Addington, A., 391 Adelman, NI., 364 Adeunan, S., 357, 359 Adrer, A., 363, 380 Adler, B., 364 Adler, D., 227, 369 Adler, K., 241 Adler, L., 24.1 Adler, R., 336, 427 Adler, T., 241, 417 Adolph, K., 366 Afanasjevs, J., 341 Affeldt, D., 280, 4.10 AHie1'ba,ug h, R., 424 Ahmed, I., 357 Ahrens, J., 343 Ahrens, INT., 209, 390 Ahrens, N., 381 Ahsmann, N., 235 Aikin, J., 334 Ainsworth, A., 209 Albert, G., 343 Albert, H., 258 Albert., S., 359 Alberts, L., 318, 393 Albrecht, A., 221 Albright, J., 351 Aleckson, H., 371 Alesi, C., 381, 364 Algrim, K., 205, 323 Allan, K., 199 Allen, D. 342 Allen, J., 341, 401 Allen, K., 213, 339 Allen, M., 239 334 Allen, P., 239, 325 Alli, G., 234, 410 Allin, L., 404 Allis, J., 397 Allschwang, S., 354 Almeida, J., 210 Alper, M., 417 Alpert, J. 350 Andringa, C., 231, 394, 420 Andrlik. J.. 342 Andryczak, J., 424 Angelbeck, J., 347 Angell, D., 258 Angoli, C., 414 Augrock, H., 211 Aukeney, M., 325 Annear, B., 209 Annin, J., 203 Ansell, S., 252 Anstield, T., 394, 399 Ansorge, L., 225 Anthold, R., 212 Antholt., C., 328, 332, 349 Anthony, C., 348 Anthony, T., 280 Antman. S., 358 Anton, C., 231, 369 Anton, L., 236, 364 Antonie, P., 233 Apelman. S.. 393 Apple, C., 353 Apple, J., 357 Apu., T., 234. Arbetman, J., 225 Arky, J., 369 Armaganian, A., 410 Armbruster, R., 353, 412 Armstrong, B.. 280 Armstrong. G., 402 Armstrong. S.. 389 Arndt, R., 326, 348 Arne, E., 317, 393 Arnesou, C., 317, 391 Arnold, 202 Arnold, ., 398 Arnold, , 337 Arnold, 320 Arnold. 258 Arnold, S., 324, 337 Arnold, W., 425 Arnoldi, L., 221 Arnovitz, E., 366 Arnstein, S., 252 Aron, S., 348 Arouov, R., 334 Aronson, S., 359 Arrnsbrack, W., 348 Arbeberry, J., 230, 358, 387 Arvedson, P.. 253 Aschenback, D., 233, 325 Ascher, P., 341 Ashe, S., 369 Ashley, A., 229, 361 Ashley, R., 389 Askov, W., 425 Asznus, D., 394, 403 Asmus, J., 351 Aspinwall, J., 385 Aspinwall, P. 258 Aswa, M., 355 Atkins, J., 244 FFFQU Alsberg, S., 343 Althouse, P., 406 Altman, S., 359, 393 Altschul, A., 399 Ablschul, S., 399 Alvin, R., 351 Alyea, F., 394, 395 Amacher, M., 382 Ambex-son, J., 341 Amell, W., 232 Ammons, C., 334 Amundson, R., 335 Amundson, S., 205, 321 Amundson, VV., 212 An Le, K., 357 Atwood, D., 424 Atwood. R., 231 Auby, C.. 338 Auclair, D., 371 Austad, D., 343 Austin, M., 368 Averill E., 316, 317, 392 Avery, J., 379 Axel, D., 347 Ayah, W., 216 Aycoek, T., 420 Ayres, J., 234 Axine, T. 363 Anbuhl, S., 413 Anderman, A., 359, 393 Andersen, C., 382 Andersen, K., 317 Anderson, B. 320, 326, 334, 410 Anderson, C., 420 Anderson, D., 355 Anderson, F., 193, 230 Anderson, G., 403 Anderson, J., 211, 229, 230, 232, 233, 234, 239, 249, 253, 333, 348, 356, 361, 362, 366, 379, 384, 386 Anderson, K., 331, 334, 390 Anderson, L., 321 Anderson, M., 239, 331, 334, 391 Anderson, P., 321 Anderson, R., 213, 225, 231, 355, 391, 394, 401, 420 484 B Ba.a.rS, M., 365 Babb, V., 382 Babbitt, S., 335 Babbitz, R., 320 Babcock, B., 316, 318 Babe, S.. 193, 381 Babiarz, A., 379 Babiarz, R., 406 Babler, J., 198, 206, 217 Babula, J., 323 Bach, M., 417 Bach, P., 408 Bachhuber, S., 204, 205, 260, 317 Bachler, N., 368, 385 Backer, E., 380 Backstrand, J., 357 Bacon. J., 361 Bade, D., 349 Bailey, K., 335 Bailey, M., 214 Baiman, B., 417 Bair, J., 336 Baird, M., 391 Baker, A., 320, 382 Baker, C., 354 Baker, D., 343 Baker, ., 402 G H Baker, ., 419 Baker, J., 389, 413 Baker, P., 206, 207 Bakken, J., 218, 280 Baldwin, J., 352 Baldwin, K., 424 Baldwin, P., 240, 382 Bales, P., 342 Bales, R., 349 Balicki, B., 317 Balestreri, V., 358 Balkansky, V., 262, 369 Ball, H., 341 Ball, J., 348 Ballis, R., 417 Balsley, F., 241 Baltes, J., 215 Baltes, R., 212, 21-L Balthazor, NI., 355 Baltisberger. R.. 397 Bangert, D., 280, 340 Bangs, A., 190, 217 Bangs E., 414 Bannister, F., 231 Bannister, L., 234 Banov, L., 380 Barash, H., 270 Baxatz, B-. 193. 393 Barberie, J., 361, 390 Bardeen, B., 321, 392 Bargende, R., 210 Barker, C., 239, 339 Barland, J., 225 Barlow, B., 321, 385 Bama, S., 319 Barnes, B., 318 Barnett, B., 399 Barnett, W., 280 Barney, F., 402 Barney. P., 328, 332, 354 Barnum, T.' 404 Barocci. R., 413 Baron, D., 340 Barr. D.. 199 Barrett, A., 317 Barrett, V., 361 Barribeau, J., 368 Barrington, J., 203 Barry, D., 414 Barry, VV., 420 Barbel, S.. 324 Bartels, M., 336 Barth, R., 355 Barthel. W., 411 Bartlett, J., 389 Barton, C., 346 Bartsch, S., 358 Bartz, J., 422 Basiliere, J., 231 Bass, A., 252, 261 Basset. C., 222, 382 Bassewitz, S., 351 Bassler, C., 356 Bassrnan, R., 241, 427 Bast, K., 204, 368 Bates. C., 379 Bates, F., 354 Bates, J., 379 Bates, R.. 349 Bathke, D., 200 Bathke. 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A., 354 Radke, O., 354 Radl J , ., 388 Radloff, D., 354 Radtlce, E., 253 Radtke, N., 253 Radtke Raemis , S., 203. 230, 407 ch, S., 392 Raeter, R., 340 Rafi, C., 330, 335 Raliini, J., 280, 420 Ragland, A., 413 Ragsdalc, S., 209 Regus, T., 410 Rahfes, G., 324 Ralm, B., 408 Raich, P., 231 Raider, S., 352 Rainier, J., 240, 249, 379 Rakouska, J., 389 Ralph, T., 218 Raznaker, B., 347 Rambo, J., 322. 324 Ramsey, B., 338, 340 Ramsey, S., 365 Ramsey, T., 213, 398 Randall, P., 230 Randolph, D., 320 Randolph, S., 217, 392 Rankin, G., 396 Rannick. G., 326, 348 Ransom, C., 424 Ransom. G., 214 Rapp, K., 338 Rapp, P., 359 Rappaport, D., 360 Rappaport, R., 193, 392 Rappeport, W., 427 Rarick, D., 351 Rasmussen, E., 221 Rasmussen, R., 425 Rasmussen, S., 382 Rathert, R., 357 Ratner, C., 345 Rattin, B., 325 Ratsburg, M., 347 Rau, D., 338 Rauch, T., 348 Raunheim, J., 415 Rauschenberger, R., 239, 347 Ravid, P., 399 Ravine, A., 352 Rawlings, D., 221 Rawlings, K., 217, 339 Rawson, C.. 324 Ray, T., 396 Raymond, C., 324 Raymond. K.. 337 Read, R., 404 Reading, W., 406 Rearick, B., 321, 381 Reasa, G., 370 Rebholz, E., 193, 205, 318 Recke, B., 335 Rector, N., 386 Redfield, J., 336, 403, 413 Rediske, L., 340 Redloff. J., 320 Redmond, JC., 318, 390 Redmond, NI., 210 Reed, D., 353 Reed, G., 218, 412 Reed, K., 227, 231, 319 Reed, R., 200 Reeke, B.. 385 Reese, J., 349 Reetz, T., 207 Regan, hi., 199 Regensdorf, A.. 324 Regling, B., 230, 368 Rell, R., 357 Rehberg, M., 241, 355 Rehm, E., 325 Reich, A., 317 Reich, R., 365 Reichardt, E., 207 Reichwein, J., 257 Reid, J., 349 Reierson. D., 343, 425 Reif, T., 397 Reigle, J., 387 Reilly, W., 420 Reimann, J., 320 Reimer, R., 232. 233 Reincke, R., 227, 229, 233 Reineke, D., 361 Reinemann, W., 211 Reiner, D., 404 Reinert, J., 233 Reinertson. J., 210 Reinhardt, C., 265, 318 Reinish, R., 427 Reinitz, M., 387 Reinke, U., 383 Reis. E., 365 Reiss, C., 355 Reiter, NI., 399 Reitman, VV., 360 Refahl, B., 381 Remlinger, VV., 258 Renard, J., 345 Rengel, C.. 389 Reniver, IVI., 361 Renk, S., 403 Renner, M.. 229 Rennert, hi., 340 Rensch, J., 394, 419 Rensink, lXl., 325, 345 Renz, R.. 423 Repka, C., 414 Reslock, J., 322. 325 Resnek, R., 362 Resnick, M., 343 Rettler, R., 341 Reukema, K., 324 Reuss, T.. 398 Reuter, L., 378. 384 Reutco, W., 199 Reuterslciold, G.. 346 Rewey, R., 231 Reybold, P., 391 Reyner,'B.. 393 Reynolds, F., 349 Reynolds, J.. 195, 241 Reynolds, S., 388 Reynolds, T., 410 Reznichek, J., 232 Reznichek, R., 240, 419 Rhein, M., 231, 316, 320. 357 Rheingans, K.. 321 Rhode, C., 260 Ricart, J., 356 Ricci, E., 334 Ricciardi, C., -120 Ricciardi. J., 420 Ricco, R., 195 Rice, D., 351, 425 Rice, J., 231 Rice, S., 336 Rich, R., 357 Richards, H., 196, 202, 207. 3 Richards, J., 204, 369 Richards, L., 378, 383 Richards, ll., 358, 391 Richards, R., 227 Richamdson, J., 352 Richardson, K.. 336 1 Richardson, S., 321, 335, 380 Richardson, 249 Richert, B., Richman, C.. 409 Richmond, J., 341 Richter, D, 213 225 Richter, H., 279, 280 Richter, J., 351 Richter, R., 251 Ricker, M.. 338 Rickli, M., 336 Riddleberger, A., 389 Rideout, V., 402 Ridings, R., 410 Ridley, M., 389 Riedeman, M., 320 Rieder. M.. 420 Riegler, G., 240. 351 THE UNIVERSITY CO-OP 702 STATE STREET SERVING- WISCONSIN STUDENTS FOR OVER 60 YEARS THE C. W. ANDEREQS CO 702 STATE STREET THE STORE FOR MEN 503 Richlre, D.. 210 Ric-man, G., 240 Rir-mer. R., 353 Rierson, KI.. 386 Riffs, K.. 367 Rifkcn, M., 346, 427 Ril-zkcrs, J., 404 Rilo, D., 343 Riley. C., 212 Rilling, R., 347 Rinrlfleisch, D., 225 Rinehart. N., 207, 400 Rinelli, 347 Ringrose, C., 398 Rinsche, C., 198, 384 Rippe, R., 234 Ristow, J., 350 Ritzcnberg, S., 318 Ritzenthaler, D., 231 Rivard, J., 200 Rivkin, D., 193, 360 Roach, K., 213 Roamer. J., 204, 252, 339 Robak, G., 211 Robb, C., 257, 403 Robbins, R., 424 Robel, R., 413 Roberts, ., 338 3' Roberts, C., 395 Roherts, E., 324, 381 Roberts, F., 354, 358, 387 f-' Roberts, , 260, 324 Roberts, Roberts, Robertson, A., 332, 346 Robertson, P., 342 Robertson, R., 217, 435 Robertson, T., 354 Robey, lN1., 3651 Robin, M., 364 Robinson, C., 345 Robinson, E., 340 Robinson, J., 388 Robinson, K., 317 Robinson, L., 358, 359 Robinson, M., 236, 385, 390 252, 321 F' 249 318 Z Robinson, R., Robison, M., 231, 335 Robitshek, J., 341 Robson, M., 339 Roche, K., 360 Roche, S., 320 Rock, S., 368 Rockman, E., 415 Rodee, J., 193.232, 337 Rodell, C., 343 Rodenkirch, IVI., 210 Rodes, S., 361, 386 Rodgers, G., 425 Roeber, D., 213, 426 Roebuck, A., 406 Roecker, J., 325 Roembke, N., 339 Rocmer, J., 351 Roenz, S., 227, 369 Roess, T., 343 Roessel, J., 368 Roethe, J., 341, 355 Roethke, C., 419 Roethke, W., 258 Rogenski, T., 280 Rogge, B., 318 Rogness, J., 325 Rogoff, F., 393 Rogoski, R., 258 Rohda, R., 344 Rohde, C., 355 Rohloff, B., 221 Rohrbeclc, G., 207 Rohrer, C., 240, 317 Roland, J., 387 Rolefson, K., 350 Roley, M., 279 Rolke, R., 355 Roll, L., 361 Rolland, S., 317 Rolnick, D., 349, 399 Ronn, W., 271 Rondhadiwidjojo, H., 353 Roon, B., 258 Rosa, R., 403 Rosberg, J., 258 Rose, M., 415 Rose, P., 220, 318 Rose, T., 419 Roseberg, J., 345 Rosemurgy, P., 391 Rosen, S., 364 Rosenbaum, J., 361 Rosenberg, K., 364 Rosenberg, R., 415 Rosenberry, E., 230 Rosenbrook, D., 207 Rosenfeld. J., 415 Rosenfield, R., 258, 417 Rosenhouse, B., 324 Rosenstein, R., 350 Rosenthal, D., 411 Rosenthal. N., 363 Rosenthal, P., 393 Rosenwald, J., 227, 316, 317, 318 Rosenwasser, S., 399 Roser, R., 341 Roshaven, P., 319 Resin, XV., 341 Ross, B., 335, 390 Ross, C., 336 Ross, N., 217 Rosser, VV., 225 Rossin, R., 279, 351 Rossiter, D., 239, 316, 318 Rest, F., 258, 349 504 Roth, G., 427 Roth, J., 355. 398, 420 Roth, RI., 321 Roth, VV., 392 Rothe, M., 366 Rothman, L., 317 Rothrock, N.. 317 Rousar, D., 334 Rouinson, V., 319 Rowald, R., 204, 320 Rowan, B., 337 Rowan, J., 332, 337, 388 Rowe, L., 383 Rowe, P., 391 Rowlands, J., 406 Royer, R., 368 Rozner, hi., 195 Rubel, S., 364 Ruben, G., 211 Ruben, N., 365 Rubens, J., 361 Rubenstein, C., 365 Rubenstein, N., 393 Rubin, H., 366 Rubin, S., 427 Rubinstein, T., 399 Rubinstein, N., 252, 364 Ruby, B., 382, 435 Ruby, D., 249, 368 Ruby, J., 361, 391 Ruby, S., 361 Rudat, K., 382 Rudberg, C., 227 Rudnick, J., 417 Rudolf, D., 354, 413 Rue, M., 396 Ruedisili, L., 255 Ruef, R., 221 Ruf, M., 386 Rufe, K., 324 Ruifalo, H., 351 Ruffolo, J., 343 Ruhland, D., 204, 369 Rukstales, V., 362 Rummele, J., 354, 401 Rummler, W., 404 Rumney, S., 227, 336, 383 Runge, K., 317 Runkel, NI., 338 Runkel, P., 341 Runnels, M., 337 Ruppenthal, J., 210,215 Rusch, A., 319 Rusch, D., 203 Rusche, L., 356 Ruscher, E., 211 Russell, G., 421 Russell, M., 379 Russell, P., 229, 361 Ruston, D., 345 Rutherford, R., 395, 422 Ruttenberg, H., 208, 399 Rutzky, L., 366 Ruzic, B., 339 Ryan, A., 316, 318 Ryan, P., 265, 323 Rychlowski, B., 329, 333, 334 Rynders, B., 382 S Saari, M., 230, 366 Sabish, E., 342 Saccomando, C., 210, 411 Sachdev, R., 351 Sacher, S., 417 Sachnoff, B., 239, 365, 380 Sachs, J., 427 Sack, S., 369 Sackett, S., 202 Sacklowslci, J., 224 Sadler, J., 412 Sadowski, E., 214 Sadowski, M., 339 Sadowski, R., 230, 317 Safer, S., 236, 378, 393 Saichek, D., 415 St. John, D., 320 St. John, R., 354 St. Louis, J., 324 St. Louis, L., 239 St. Louis, S., 324 Saks, S., 363 Salama, A., 350 Salay, B., 337 Salkowski, L., 319 Salshutz, R., 316, 317 Saltis, S., 349 Saltzberg, G., 252, 416 Saltzberg, Z., 362 Salvesen, L., 421 Salzman, C., 359, 380 Salzman, S., 225 Salzseider, E., 397 Salzwedel, R., 408 Samorajski, J., 364 Sampson, B., 217 Samsel, L., 324 Samson, A., 399 Samuels, IM., 399 Samuelson, B., 381 Sanders, B., 366 Sanderson, D., 352 Sandholru, T., 414 Sandow, J., 348 Sandvold, E., 241, 258, 402 Sanford, D., 197, 200, 212, 215, 409 Santee, M., 230 Sapetta, L., 200, 213 Sapkin, S , 351 Saponjic, M., 355 Sappenfield. S., 358, 389 Sarbacker, J., 231 Sarnia, V.. 221 Satter, B., 390 Sauer, J., 239, 369 Sauer, R., 360 Sauer, U., 342 Saunders, S., 403 Sauthoff, H., 413 Savage, K., 379 Savidusky, D., 336, 379 Sawers, T., 402 Sawyer, R., 402 Saxler, S., 336 Saxon, S., 337, 389 Sayre, L., 390 Scalzo, J., 341 Scarlett, L., 193, 367 Scarnecchia, S., 362 Schaaf, K., 398 Schaars, W., 210, 406 Schact, D., 345 Schacht, K., 338 Scliacht, S., 402 Schachter, C., 366 Schachter, H., 369 Schade, D., 279, 286 Schadt, F., 210, 394, 406 Schadt, L., 205 Schaedla, W., 212 Schadauer, L., 199 B 3 Schaefer, . 25 Schaefer, G., 210, 213, 221, 352 Schaefer, J., 258, 345 Schaefer. K., 227, 251, 365 Schaefer, P., 396 Schaefer, T., 406 Schaeffer, O., 347 Schafer, hi., 339 Schafer, V., 344 Schaffer, M., 359 Schaffer, R., 341 Schaffer, S., 217, 227, 236, 325 Schalclach, F., 279 Schaller, J., 353 Schanen, P., 353 Schank, NI., 230 Schannen, P., 232 Schapfel, W., 260 Schappe, P., 414 Scharrer, J., 346 Schaub, P., 221, 371 Schaus, NI., 368 Schaus, R., 241, 249 Scheck, G., 361 Scheer, A., 341 Scheerer, R., 410 Schelker, L., 392 Schellhardt, J., 337, 249 Schellin, L., 190, 387 Schellin, S., 340 Schend, R., 341 Schendel, M., 211 Schenfeo, D., 408 Scherbert, T., 340 Schereck, L., 333, 335 Schick, D., 427 Schick, J., 394 Schiferl, J., 221 Schiffmayer, J., 225, 253 Schill, R., 349 Schiller, H.. 399 Schilling, G., 258, 419 Schilz, C., 392 Schinabeck, B., 318 Schindler, hi., 356 Schink, G., 357 Schinner, S., 317 Schiotz, O., 410 Schirey, R., 343 Schlaak, J., 324 Schlaver, J., 425 Schleger, R., 346 Schlenk, K., 336 Schlenk, hi., 330 Schlereth, J., 235 Schley, L., 271 Schlising, D., 354 Schloemer, K., 231 Schlorf, R., 214 Schlough, S., 211 Schluetter, A., 233 Schmal, B., 317 Schmedly, K., 230 Schmeiden, R., 347 Schmelter, W., 346 Schmeuszer, M., 253, 361 Schmid, C., 231 Schmid, L., 196, 203, 221, 253 Schmidley, K., 324 Schmidt, E., 280 Schmidt, J., 335, 348, 364 Schmidt, K., 329, 390 Schmidt, L., 206, 355 Schmidt, M., 341 Schmidt, P., 342, 423 Schmidt, R., 403, 406 Schmidt, S., 339 Schmidt 340 353 , T., , Schmidtke, D., 345 Schmidtke, J., 350 S hmitt c , C., 233 Schmitt G., 197, 212 J 241 Schmitz: Schmitz, N1 ,M270 Sclmabel. G., 394, 396 Schnarsky, D., 258, 341 Schneck, C., 323, 388 Schneider, A., 337 Schneider, B., 384 Schneider, C., 382 Schneider, D., 232, 233 Schneider, H., 225 Schneider, J., 229, 361 Schneider, K., 190, 201, 390 Schneider, P., 197 Schneider, S., 341, 399, 417 Schneller, C., 403 Schnettler, R., 197 Schoeneclcer, P., 349 Schoenfeld, C., 233 Schoenfeld, E., 350 Schoengrund, J., 397 Schoenhofen, B., 361 Schoenig, J., 345, 350 Schoessling, A., 385 Scholl, D., 357 Scholle, K., 317 Scholnick, E., 363 Schomann, B., 388 Schomann, N., 384 Schomburg, K., 347 Schomnier, J., 196, 208 Schoof, P., 225 Schowalter, H., 345 Schrader, J., 323 Schrage, E., 424 Schrage, NI., 193, 385 Schram, L., 358 Schram, S., 358 Schrank, H., 383 Schraufnagel, B., 212 Schreck, J., 422 Schreiber, NI., 358 Schriber. P.. 369 Schroeder, A., 258, 414 Schroeder, D., 348 Schroeder, G., 356, 371 Schroeder, J., 338, 389 Schroeder, R., 356 Schroeder, NV., 215 Schrubhe, S., 230 Schubert, C., 332, 346 Schubert, G., 349 Schubert, J., 271 Schubert, K., 364 Schubert, M., 353 Schuchardt, J., 225 Schuck, J., 414 Schueler, E., 419 Schueppert, G., 208, 245, 413 Schuh, A., 340 Schuh, T., 260 Schuler, J., 392 Schuler, R., 400 Schull, K., 388 Schull, M. 388 schulief, s'., sei, 389 schuitheas, J., 355 341 Schultz, A., Schultz, B., 229, 368, 391 Schultz, C., 337 Schultz, F., 197, 221 Schultz ., 206, 360 , H Schultz, J., 205, 324, 334, 335, 381 Schultz, T., 207, 345 Schultz , W., 395 Schultze, E., 210 Schultze, R., 221 Schultze, YV., 210 Schulz, B., 361 Schulz, D., 403 Schulz, R., 370 Schulz, T., 346 Schulze, G., 403 Schulze, N., 334 Schumacher, D., 218 Schumacher, E., 419 Schumacher, R., 231 Schuman. A., 354 Schumann, G., 356 Schumann, P., 390 Schunlc, G., 190, 270 Schur, S., 225 Schurch, J., 204, 316, 317, 383 Schuring, K., 346 Schuster, R., 365 Schuth, C., 208, 396 Schutz, L., 345 Schwab, M., 249 Schwahn, S., 336 Schwalbach, M., 270, 392 Schwantes, S., 199, 395 Schwarte, F., 385 Schwarte, M., 337 Schwartz, A., 399 Schwartz, D., 319 Schwartz, H., 221 Schwartz, J., 392 Schwartz, lx., 325, 395 Schwartz, L., 232, 233, 249, 350 Schwartz , M., 220, 241, 368 Schwartz, N., 255, 258 Schwartz, R., 329, 340 Schwartz, S., 359, 364 Schwartz, T., 406 Schwartz, V., 227, 363 Schwartz, W., 344 Schwartzman, W., 399 Schwarz, B., 332, 354 Schwarz, N., 404 Schwebs, K., 230 Schwebs, L., 203 Schweger, J., 318 Sanford, J., 427 Sang, L., 359 Sansone, T., 346 Schmuhl, J., 419 Schmultzler, D., 362 Schnabel, B., 358, 389 Schwegler, H., 352 Schwei, J., 325, 381 Schweitzer, D., 353, 401 .. . a ., , - 5 lr rl 1 i f ., ll xi 'Sf V " lil ft ? 1 lf l My X QM. If fllflflf w fl l :gl lib!! V' ' ' l I ' All ll' ' l 'NIR li ' lf ' 'Jiffilk l' N I a t HAH: ff- l' gf l I is 1 film 'f 'T' 'llxflqfdlll 1 - xl ltrlfiyfl Q ,Ll n 119 ' A y l , rid I If ' -, 'VX 1 wr - Q ' I V' l l - ff-bf - A lg ff E . , , ,,," L.....L v- E - s 1 X, ,s ' 1 ,f -is is g-Qs-122-. ---,, 4 . ,-- - f "'-' '?e-, 5 31-11 -. ,Aj ' X ' SEQ ' :ZE A Q' ' Gul' life is like some vast lake that is slowly filling with the stream of our years. As the waters creep surely upward the landmarks of the past are one by one submerged. But there shall always be memory to lift its head above the tide . . . - BISSON WESTGATE DGWNTOWN EAST SIDE 1" 1352 ll '11 A ancheistqrt 505 Sobieski, Stevens, Schweitzer. P.. 415 Sc-hwemmer, B., 344 Schweppe, E.. 199 Schwer, R., 195, 348 Schwersenska. I., 321 Schwoch, N., 204, 205 Scohorski, J., 211 Scomboris, S., 214 Scott, D., 349 Scott, G., 255, 257, 394, 425 Scott, S., 370 Scribner. J., 340 Scribner, K., 214 Seargeant, G., 356 Searles, D., 420 Seashore, J., 350 Seavers, V., 353 Sehorg. D., 394 Sebsow, H.. 387 Sedgwick, M., 320. 388 Sedgwick, S., 317, 392 Sedillo, R., 402 Seefeld. D., 349, 411 Seelig, AI., 319 Seeman, J., 221. 253 Seemann, B., 196. 205 Seering, S., 227 Seesel, J., 427 Seevers, P.. 358, 388 Segal, G., 385 Segal, J., 258 Segal, V., 361 Segerstrom, J., 332, 354 Sehanon, P., 233 Seidel, NI., 359 Seifert, D., 368 Seifert, H., 370 Seifriz, J., 208 Seigle, M., 359, 393 Seiler, D., 252 Sclikoff, B., 319 Selle, M., 422 Sellers, S., 336 Selman. J., 225 Selsberg, R., 355 Seminaro, A., 351 Semmelhaek, M., 394, 401 Senahusch, A., 325 Sengl, R., 346 Sengpiel, S., 320 Senkbeil, R., 348 Senner, G., 417 Sentman, F., 249 Seoal, P., 415 Sepic, J., 221 Serlachius, C., 391 Serota, S., 336 Serpico, W., 352 Serwer, D., 352 Seton, T., 227, 316, 319 Severson, J., 205, 334 Severson, R., 209 Sewell, YV.. 403 Seyfarth, A., 368 Seymour, N., 383 Shabot, J., 365 Shafer, B., 345 Shafer, J., 231, 364 Shafer, R., 220 Shaffer, G., 334, 394 Shaffer, J., 401 Shinian, D., 322 Shakin, S., 363 Shambeau, T., 402 Shames, S., 321 Shanahan, K., 392 Shane, J., 352, 353 Shinners, M., 328. 354 Shirer. W.. 210 Shlensky, A., 236, 380 Shock, S., 379 Shoen, J.. 380 Shoenberg, S., 394 ShoFf, S.. 349 Sholder, D., 252 Shoop, S., 205, 334 Shavers, A., 208 Shreve, S., 389 Shrivastava. K., 221 Smith, R., 249, 25 , 2 4 4 6 4 Smith. S. , 231, 334. 33 Smith, T., 352 Smith , YV., 351 Smithback, J., 350 Smoler, hi., 348, 399 Smrtnik, Smuckler B., 409 , IVI., 399 Snamiska, S., 353 Snellgrove, R., 397 Snyder, D., 347 Snyder, S., 412 B., 225 8 34 ,3 8,399, 0 , 18 6,366,383 Starritt. D., 410 Stasko, J., 336 Stathas, J., 404 Statz, J.. 208 Stauffacher, J., 397 Stauffacher, R., 207, 400 Stauffer, G., 345 Staulfer, N., 325 Stavenik, V., 360 Stavlo, J., 343 Stawicki, A., 233 Stebbins, C., 234 Steckelberg. A.. 365 Shrolf, R., 332 Shultis, J., 321 Shulz, J., 386 Shuman. NI., 415 Shurts, N., 231, 238, 239, 390 Shutan, R., 412 Sickinger, T., 357 Sicula., M., 364 Siebecker, J., 335 Siebers, C., 337 Siegel, A., 262, 369 Siegel, B., 359 Siegel, J., 399 Siegel, M., 364 360 Siegel, S., Siegerson, A., 366 Siegler. E., 346 Sierk, S., 366 Siev, S., 252 Shiffman, S., 363 Sigal, M., 417 Sobieski, J., 371 Soder, D., 324 Sodke, D., 211, 347 Sodowsky, R., 211 Soffer, D., 360 Sokololzf, E., 363 Solberg. B., 325 Solberg, C., 211. 426 Solem, S., 205 Soles, K., 358 Solkovitz, L., 320 Soll, D., 357 Soll, L., 427 Solochek, IW., 415 Soloehek, S., 249, 355 Solomon, H., 359 Solomon, R., 351 Solorzano-Inojosa, D., 353 Soltis, J.. 319 SommerI-Iaug, R., 231 Steele, E., 361, 390 Steeno, C., 255, 258 Stefczak, R.. 221 Steffen, M., 424 SteH'en, B., 217, 368 Steffen, J., 424 Steffen, K., 371 Steffen, M., 233, 388, 394 Steffen, S., 249 Steffens. D.. 328 Steger, R., 357 Steibel, K., 370 we Stein Stein, .,328 Stein .,427 G? 258, 353 332 u , 341 Stein, H., 378, 380 Stein, K., 319 Stein, N., 325, 382 Stein, S., 319 Stein, W., 359 Sigaloff, R., 427 Sigerstad, D., 324 Sih, J., 357 Silangwa, S., 216 Silberg. H., 415 Sommers, B., 368 Sommers Sommers ,J., 198 ,L., 211 Sommers, IN4., 205, 319 Sondreal, P., 355 Silberman, L., 365 Silbermann, M., 364 Sills, S., 412 Silver. A., 380 Silverman, A., 415 Silverman, C., 359, 363, 393 Silverman, D., 359 Silverson, J., 365 Silverstein, R., 320 Sime. S., 367 Simensky, H., 380 Simenson, R., 196, 208, 425 Simester, T., 342 Simkins, L., 236, 317 Simmonds, A., 352 Simmons, A., 351 Simmons, K., 335 Simon, A., 363 Simon, D., 399 Simon, H., 350 Simon, L., 359 Simonsen, S., 238, 240 Simonson, E., 199 Simonson, K., 392 Simpson, A., 226 Simpson, B., 360, 384 Simpson, C., 381 Simpson, D., 417 Simpson, G., 324 Simpson, M., 320, 382 Simpson, N., 320 Simpson, R., 221 Songsky, J., 380 Sonnenberg, D., 401 Sonnenberg. J.. 324 Sonosky, J., 316, 320 Sorden, J., 212, 253 Sorem, A., 221 Sorenson. C., 204 Sorenson, D., 356 Sorrentino, R., 422 Sonrs, E., 325 Sousek, J., 323, 390 Spafford, A., 231 Spangberg, B., 220 Sparks, D., 221 Sparks, R., 416 Sparr, D., 339 Spear, L., 392 Spector, C., 399 Spector, M., 394 Spector. R., 415 Speer, J., 345 Speer, K., 319 Speiliakos, P., 411 Spellmire, J., 361, 385 Spennetta, T., 348 Sperbeck, J., 202, 204, 207, 371 Sperber, WV., 195, 221, 371 Sperle, J., 207, 407 Spevacek, J.. 414 Spicer, W., 253 Spiegel, J., 363 Spiegelberg, D., 357 Steinberg, J.. 393 Steinberg, S., 380, 427 Steindorf, R., 349 Steiner, E., 390 Steiner. J., 361, 383 Steiner, NI., 364 Steiner, T., 209, 378 Steinestel, P., 336 Steinhardt, C., 341 Steinhauer, I., 407 Steinke, W., 225 Steinman, P., 369 Steinmetz, W., 404 Steivang, K., 384 Steivang, T., 424 Stella, R., 412 Stelling, R., 422 Stellrecht, J., 368 Stelter, B., 193, 335 Stelter, J., 346 Stensby, S., 318 Stenson, J., 317 Stenstrom. K., 224. 405 l Stephan, T., 202 Stephani, J., 367 Stephens, T., 403 Stephenson, G.. 220, 404 Stern, B., 427 Stern, J., 359 Stern, W., 200, 232, 233 Sterr, T., 405 Stettier, J., 203. 253. 407 Stettler, K., 204, 368 Stettler, VV., 202, 203, 407 Stevart, C., 400 Stevens. C.. 231. 378, 392 G., 249, 256, 419 Shapiro, Shank, M. , 321 Shanks, S., 384 Shapiro, B., 399 Shapiro, F., 417 Shapiro, H., 427 Shapiro, I., 364 Shapiro, J., 331, 417 Shapiro, P., 200 Shapiro, R., 345, 417 355, 393, 399 Sims, P., 378, 384 Sinclair, P., 345 Sindelar, J., 351 Singer, C., 369 Singer, F., 235 Sinke, L., 236, 390 Sinn, S., 391 Siple, A., 193, 369 Sippel, J., 197 Siranni, S., 221, 353 Sitzman, J., 212, 345 Skaff, L., 280, 403 Skalinder, E., 421 Skeels, L., 249, 411 Skelton, R., 411, 422 Skilton, R., 258 Skinner, J., 344 Spierling, N., 381 Spinrller, A., 212, 214 Spindler, F., 418 Spinner, S., 363, 393 Spinning, A., 337 Spirit-us, E., 399 Spitz, L., 341 S., Shark, J., 364 Sharp, lX4., 324 Sharp, S., 404 Sharratt, T., 260 Sharrow, P., 336 Shatter, S., 360 Shaw, L., 363 Sheaffer, S., 389 Sheahan, P.. 324 Shear, C., 358 Sheehan, hi., 352, 353 Sheehy, R., 423 Sheer, N., 399 Sheiman, R., 356 Shelby, J., 217, 392 Sheldon, R., 417 Sheller, K., 217, 332, 338 Shelp, Wt, 231 Shelton, N., 210 Shembab, F., 354 Sher, B., 236, 393 Sherer. D.. 217, 358, 379 Sheridan, D., 371, 425 Sheridan, S., 319, 382 Sherman, B., 337 Sherman, G., 417 Sherman, K., 344 Sherman, N., 359 Sherman. R., 221, 231, 352 Sherrill, P.. 345 Shervey, P., 379 Sherwin, R., 417 Sherwood. R., 326, 328 Shimatani, S., 197 Shinners, G., 326, 332, 354 506 Skinner, S. , 392 Sklar, R., 364 Skornicka, J., 353, 413 Skrenes, D., 212 Skrenes, N., 255, 258 Skyler, D., 335 Slang, A. , 213 Slapikes, J., 249 Slattery, C., 212 Slattery, P., 335 Slette, R., 425 Sligh, J., 392 Sloan, D., 412, 427 Spivak, N., 415 Spivaclc, J., 365 Splinter, J., 253 Spoeneman. C., 193, 358, 389 Spondrey. F., 337 Sprague, W., 404 Spranger, S.. 370 Sprehn, S., 325 Sprenger, S., 334 Sprick, G., 369 Spring, E., 324 Springberg, P., 415 Sprong, S., 318 Spurgeon, C., 386 Sredl, J., 319 Staab, M., 382 Staab, W., 406 Stade. 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It there is a theme for the 1961 BADGER, the theme is people. And vvithout 50 very loyal people, there would be no Enoolc at all. There are always parties and good times connected with putting out a year- poolc, but there is also plain hard vvorl4-and endless indexing and senior pictures and copy and introduction pictures. A special thanks to each of the section editors and to all ol the statt members-and a very special thanlcs to Drill, who helped with everything, including lagging spirits, to jerry, who Filed and Filed and tiled and Filed sales slips, to Chuck, vvho vvas always ready with a camera, even at a moment's notice, and to Sue, vvho carried on the constant Battle For "the best spot For the BADGER adsf, Mollie Buckley, Editor-in-Chief james l'lanson, Business Manager EDITORIAL STAFF The lhinlcers: Priscilla List .... . Associate Editor Bob Giannasi and xlan Wiseman . . . Copy Editors Marcia lapel .... . . Production Editor Gale Plund .... . 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