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pQ9 s 2 PUBLISHED BY THE STUDENT BODY OF THE UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN MILWAUKEEThe library, "home oway from home" for oil good scholars. Page 3TABLE OF CONTENTS FEATURES......... 13 BEAUTY........... 55 ADMINISTRATION... 63 STUDENT GOVERNMENT....... 87 ACTIVITIES.......105 ORGANIZATIONS....137 ATHLETICS........155 RESIDENCES...... 191 GREEKS...........199 SENIORS..........223 INDEX............Included here is the usual changeover in students and faculty, and revision in physical plant. But it reports a far more significant change —a change brought about by the fusion of a metropolitan teachers college and a university extension division. The result has become the Poge 6University of Wisconsin- Mi I waukee, a school with the potential of a great university. UWM is now in the process of formation and growth. The 1957 IVY chronicles this significant period in o monoer which, we hope, is in keeping with the progressive character of the school and the community. Perhaps you con feel the challenge of a NEW school ond o NEW yearbook growing up together os you explore this first UWM IVY. At least it will be on adventure, ot most, a challenge to you the student, the person who makes this yearbook possible. With this in mind, here is the 1957 IVY... Page 7A friendly chatThe pcocefulness of the exterior of Bo-ker Fieldhouse is misleading—the interior was the scene of many exciting sporting events. Campus school, the storting point for future teochers.The student Union glowed with social life The Union (partially hidden), Fieldhouse, and Annex are fromed in a scene of wintry solitudeThe pothway to education—the doorway of dreams The quest for knowledge is carried on in the darkness of the night.Page 12The long, hord grind of registrotion . . ium mokes you tired FRESHMAN ORIENTATION Page 14The pouse that refreshes The Union fireplace provides the background for o worm conversationRousing cheers and a blazing bonfire in the shape of a "W" combined to raise a real "Side by Side" fighting spirit ot the pep rally held on the football field the Tuesday evening before the Homecoming game. Vocol chords were pul into use by the pep rally crowd.Everyone gets into the homecoming spirit os UMW parades UWM HOMECOMING Prancing gaily along rhe avenue were the Cordinol twirlcrs. 17THE WINNING Homecoming Hoot bubbled over with enthusiasm Lambda Phi Chi sorority designed the towering champagne setting THE VICTORS! These pooches had the general idea, but it wos Stevens Point we were after. Interdorm presented the floot, a third place winner in the porodc Poge 18THE DEPTHS of Satan's stomping grounds were represented on the Alpha Gomma Lamb-i p£ceWhlCh tQ d thC Po'ntcrs they wcrc N-FOR.NO WIN The float cop- do sorority • tured second placeElvis never looked better thon UWA predicted: "Kraeft'll his counterpart, represented Seu'n Stevens Point." on the Beta Phi Theta fraternity float. Everyone wanted to get into the homecoming oct. This needlepoint pinpointed the viewpoint—Beat Point. The Clios come right to the point on this float Alpha Gams accepted the second place floor oward Gene Edwards, local disc jockey, presented the first place trophy to the Phi Chis- They fly through the air with the greotest . The Cords had mony backers, young and old. The band's coordination provided holf-time entertainment.The Homecoming gome with Stevens Point was played the next day, Saturdoy, October 13, at Pearse Field. For the UWM crowd who sought consolation in drink afterwards, the cider hour in the union was in order. Homecoming rooters were greeted ot the Union by o cider hour. This contestant got off on the wrong foot—the coaster race wos held before the homecoming game. I THE HOMECOMING COURT pauses during the Hectic festivities. MARY ANN SONCHAR, senior court representative, was escorted by John Kochn JANE VAN ANTWERP carried the votes of the juniors ond reigned os closs royolty. Her escort was Jerry Stonzer.ATTENDING HER FIRST homecoming donee, freshman royalty Carol Doniols paraded before the crowd with escort Dave Bogenschild. KING "BUZZ" BROWN ond Queen Sh.rley Maltby, center, exhibit their dancing talents as the crowd looks on.Mistletoe Dance Marietta Christmas FormalSOPHOMORE SWEETHEARTPot Burk Sophomore Sweetheart Beth Brickhouse escorted by Chuck Vincent. Bobbo Beck Page 29 Noncy Dclavan Koy NimmoThe Court Don Hort ond Bonnie Bacon Robert Kohlenberg ond Joan Weber Keith Martin ond Diane Davis nil MILITARY BALL UWM Color Guard as it began the ceremony. Presentation of the new flog. King and Queen Jock Somosky and Linda PlotkinKaren Paters, President, and Queen of the dance, in the Grand March. Intersorority Formal windy melody Delta Omicron accepting the scholarship trophy A good woy to relax between dances.PEAK Board. Row 1: M Gove, D. Smithes, V. Klotzboch. Row 2: J. Tweedy, M. Nelson, D. Arndt. The onnuol variety show known today as PEAK Night began its history in 1926 with a faculty show called Normal Night presented by the Echo Weekly. Normal Night became Varsity Night, then, for eight years. College Night. This year's PEAK Night, given on March 28, 29, and 30, was the first to be presented by the new UWM POST. Six skits were presented this year. "May Fair Laddy," the hilarious skit presented by the Delta Sigma Kappa fraternity, took first place; "Entier," Clio's artistic skit, took second; "I Want . . .!!" a thoughtful presentation by the Lambda Phi Chi sorority, took third place. Of the eight specialty acts, "Calipso Melody," a baton duet performed by the Davis sisters, was judged the best. Page 34PEAK Boord co-chairmen, Viro Klotzbach and Don Smithes.3RD PLACE: I wont . ! Lambda Phi Chi is fi Cmi PEAK Night vocolists Mary Berndt and John Schuldt The "Intolerable Four" "May Foir Laddy”—Delta Sigma Koppa fraternity. "Entier"—Koppa Lambda loto sorority.The "PEAK Knights' 'Buzz" (Rocky) Brown "Gee, But It's Tough To Be Little"—Beto Phi Theta fraternity. "I Wont . . —Lambda Phi Chi sorority.UWA DAY 20,000 Uq5 Urvta' -H LbleDORADO Sue Mozurkiewicz and Doris Wegner Pot Bosile and Jean Kubnick Dorado highlight for 1 957 was "Time Swims On", an exhi-bition of swimming precision. MERMAIDS. Left to right, D. Saiberlich, S. Mozurkiewicz, D Wegner, J Lychwick, D. Kluge, B Brickhouse, K Schmidt, H Bentley, J Kubnick, J. Twet, P. Bosile, N Nichols, E Bury, C Rogers, M Meyer, C. Bober, P Burk, G Kuhagen, A. Lagcrman.1957 JUNIOR PROMQueen Sonio surrounded by her court: Jon, Carol, Noncy, Joyce, and Dorothy. King Som Mikaelian with his queen. Sonio Gcle-nion Page 43Lcs Elgart, the leader of the bond. Soft lighting, the smooth swirl of p o s t e I formals, the dark dots of smart tuxedos, the "mystic midnight" atmosphere, all combined to leave o romantic memory of the Junior Prom with everyone who attended. The Prom was held at George Devine's Million Dollar Ballroom on May 29 The smooth melodies of Les Elgart's band coupled with the music of Jerry Blake, helped maintain the "mystic" atmosphere in which King Sam Mikaelian and his Queen, Soma Gelenion, reigned. Junior Class Vice-President Bob Tamer and Jon Hirch, Treasurer Joyce Slade and her escort Art Phenicie, Secretary Nancy Davis with Bud Geenen, and the Prom Co-chairmen Carol Christensen and Thor Petersen with Bob Grapp and Dorothy Parnell, made up the court Committee chairmen for the dance were Nancy Davis, band, Evelyn Kersten and Joey Norris, bids; Shirley Appel, ceremony and flowers, Barbara Bahr, chaperones; Sandy Tobbert, publicity, Jean Wiening, refreshments, and Marilyn Benson and Tom Berenz, decorations. Guests were the parents of the members of the court. Page 44Mystic Midnight Royalty MYSTIC MIDNIGHT ROYALTY. Seated Dorothy Parnell, Sonia Gclenian, Som Mikaelian. Standing- Thor Petersen, Bob Gropp, Carol Christensen, Jon Hirch. Bob Tomer, Joyce Slode, Art Phemcie, Nancy Dovis. Bud Geenen Page 45All work and no play makes Jack tiredPutting book knowledge to procticol use. Zylophone . . . zilophone . . . xilophone? . . . music students test on unfinished morimbo. action oi the ibvory m cough! oi on uncrowded time —rvoMt been eotty morning u»[s Nve o q tmmvDr. Klotsche, flonked by the younger Klotsches. wotched the Cordinals in oct.on The ultimate in utter disappointment . . . oh, well, wait till next year, Mr. Jones. Page 50Fireplace, marshmallows, friendship —o pleosing recipe.This institution shell not remain nameless . . No coaching, please' Tom Parsons and Nino Amoroso take a look of the new UWM class ringA TV panel program sponsored by the Milwaukee Public library featured Dr Klctsche and UWM students (r to I, at table) Jim Ziolkowski, Karen Peters, and Dave Bronch, along with a library representative. At the extreme right is the TV moderator. An art class applies its talents to a giant ice cube This class hasn't any crowded conditions.LSA president Ed Lund supervises a contest of stamina at on LSA freshman mixer. Phi Sigma Epsilon presented a door prize ot their mixer A Union fun night attracted many fun-loving studentsDnnoShirley Maltby, Homecoming Queen Pno SALinda Plotkin, Military Ball Queen J Sonia Gelenian, Prom QueenKaren Peters, Intersorority QueenJoyce Wagenknecht, Alice in Dairyland PrincessADMINISTRATIONFirst Row Dr. Klotsche. Mrs Klotsche Second Row Charles, John, Allen DR. J. MARTIN KLOTSCHE Provost Dr. Klotsche was named provost of the new University of Wis-consin-Milwaukee in May, 1956, by the University of Wisconsin Regents. Actually, Dr. Klotsche has been affiliated with our institution since 1931. It was under his guiding hand that the school became the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. UWM's present growth and expansion owes much to his leadership and sincere interest. Pnn » rtSDR. GEORGE A. PARKINSON Vicc-Provost Dr. Parkinson has been affiliated with the University of Wisconsin since 1923. In 1927 he was appointed provost of the Milwoukee Extension Division, and in May, 1 956, he was appointed vice provost of UWM. Service in the United States Navy in World Wars I and II has won him many honors and he is a rear admiral, U S. Naval Reserve. Some of Dr Parkinson's many and varied activities include formerly member of Governor's Advisory Committee on Civil Defense, the Program Development Committee, Milwaukee Metropolitan YMCA, member and vice president, Milwaukee Council of Noval League of United States, member, Boord of Directors of the Center for the Study of Liberal Education for Adults, Chicago, president of the Association of University Evening Colleges; and member of Governor's Milwaukee Survey Committee Page 66PRESIDENT EDWIN B. FRED For twelve years Edwin Broun Fred has been president of the University of Wisconsin. He has been at th University for a total of forty-four years. His responsibilities as chief administrator of one of the largest universities in the United States have never interfered with his keeping in close touch with students. During his many years at the University President Fred has been the recipient of many honors for his services to education and to the state of Wisconsin. GOVERNOR VERNON W. THOMSON Governor Thomson, having once been an educator himself, is keenly interested in the schools of the state. He is profoundly aware of the necessity of expanding and developing the state's facilities for higher education in order to maintain Wisconsin's proud position as one of the outstanding universities of the nation.Board of Regents The University of Wisconsin Board of Regents, shown at o meeting in Bascomb Hall with University administrators are (from left) Wilbur N. Renk, Sun Prairie; A. Matt. Werner, Sheboygan, George E Watson, Modison, Oscar Rennebohm, Madison; Mrs. Melvin R. Laird, Marshfield, Ellis E. Jensen, Janesville, Corl E Steiger, Oshkosh, Chester O. Wonvig, Milwaukee; John D. Jones, Jr., Racine. Members of the University administration, Clorke Smith, regent secretary, A. W Peterson, vice president of business and finance; J. Kenneth Little, vice president of student affairs, Ira L. Baldwin, vice president of academic affairs, Edwin B Fred, president and the president of the Board of Regents, Charles D. Gelatt, La Crosse Page 68OFFICERS OF ADMINISTRATIONJ. G. Baier Mr. Boier is Deon of the College of Letters and Science and a professor of zoology. Glen G. Eye Mr. Eye is acting Deon of the School of Education and a professor in education.Edwin R. Hodge, Jr. Mr. Hodge is Director of the Division of Commerce and a professor of commerce. James G.VanVIeet Mr. Van Vleet is Director of the Division of Engineering and a professor in mechanics and mechanical engineering.Adolph A. Suppan Mr. Suppan is Director and Co-ordinator of Summer Session and Co-ordinator of University Extension. Donald A. Woods Mr. Woods is the Director of Librar ies. Page 72 Irene M. Bozak Miss Bozok is Director of Admissions and Records and an assistant professor. B. A. Sullivan Mr. Sullivan is Director of Counseling and an associate professor. Page 73Joseph W. Kenney Mr. Kenney is acting Director of the Evening Division of UWM and on assistant professor. Lee H. Mathews Mr. Mathews is director of Placement and Financial Aids at UWM and a professor of education.Merlin L. Hayes In. Mr. Hayes is Associate Dean of the College of Letters and Science and associate professor of zoology. Dr. Baier at work on a research project.ROBERT E. NORRIS As Director of Student Affairs, Mr. Norris deals directly with the students and the many campus activities. He »s also a professor of mathematics. The P°uSC Herman Kluge Mr. Kluge is Dean of Men, regulating men's housing and employment and helping students in personal matters. He also advises the Interfrotern-ity Council. In addition to these activities, Mr. Kluge is the Director of Intercollegiate Athletics. Charlotte Wollaeger Miss Wollaeger is Dean of Women. She supervises women's housing and working situations and is always available to help students with problems. Miss Wollaeger also advises the Intersorority Council and the University Women's Association. Page 77DEPARTMENTAL CHAIRMENhi GEORGE L. ELMERGREEN Electrical Engineering HAROLDW KNUTSEN Mechanical Engineering ALICE STRENG Exceptional Education JULIA H NELSON Exceptional EducationI MAXWELL M. FREEMAN English HERMAN WEIL Psychology HAROLD N. AHLGREN JournalismCARL J. KLEYENSTEUBER Secondary Education FRANK M HIMMELMANN Education GLENN K. RIDDLE Philosophy FRANK SEDWICK Spanish and PortugueseMILTON H. RUSCH Music JOHN W. NASH History ARTHUR P. BECKER Economics EUNICE R. BONOW PharmacyRAYMOND H. MYERS Speech Department CHARLES D. GOFF Politico! Science GORDON D SHIPMAN Sociology ond Anthropology COL. GEORGE D. BRUNER Military Science and TacticsELDON D. WARNER Zoology RODNEY MARQUARDT Student UnionFaculty Fun night included water fun for faculty member Joseph Kenny and son, John (top). ond dancing fun for Garold Bart-ness and daughter, Ginny Lee.GOVERNMENT A Student Government Officers DONALD RAMBADT, president ANN FARWELL, secretary JOAN WALTERS, treasurer Page 88 ROBERT PHILLEO, vice presidentRow 1 Dean Norris, A. Forwell, J. Walters, D. Rombodt Row 2 C. Jordon, J. Slade, E. Kliesch, J. Jocoby, K Bcrdelmon. M Sonchar, K Peters, R Heiden. S Appel. C. Christensen, Miss Wol loeger. Row 3: L. Oberlonder, J Weiss, J. Kopecky, S. Mikaelian, G Stem, J. Mayr, D. Frazer, R. Johnson, L. Michaels. Student Government The Wisconsin Student Government in its first year hos been faced with the reorganization and the formation of various committees under its jurisdiction. This year for the first time the Student Government has made available to students a discount at various movie theaters. In addition it hos token over the publication of the student directory. Problems of an administrative nature are also handled by the Wisconsin Student Government. Its membership is made up of representatives from each class and from the divisions of Commerce, Education, and Letters and Science. Delegates from these groups were chosen to serve one-year terms in elections held last spring. The officers for this past year were Don Rombadt, president; Robert Philleo, vice-president; Ann Far-well, secretary; and Joan Walters, treasurer. Deon Norris and Miss Valeska Wol-laeger are its advisers. Page 89Election Committee J Kopecky, S Rusch, choirmon; S. Mikoclian, C Christensen Organization Committee J. Slade, chairman; J. Weisto, J. Van Antwerp, D. Frazer. Page 90D. Rombadt, Dean Norris, Mr. Ahlgren, E Kliesch, Mr. Fuhrmonn, Dean Wollaeger, Deon Kluge, Miss Troemel, Mr. Kramer, D. Smithes, K Peters. Student Life and Interest Committee Faculty and students serve together on the Student Life and Interests Committee. This group, composed of four students and ten faculty members, exercises jurisdiction over all of the interests and extracurrcular activities of the students, including the areas of student health and housing, publications, fraternities, and social life, student government and organizations, fine arts, and finance. Page 91Student Policy Discussing and solving the problems that occur between the administration and the students of UWM is the main purpose of the Student Policy Committee. Row 1: N. Pogel, Dr. Klotsche, D. Smithes. Row 2: R. Philleo, D. Rambodt, E. Klicsch.Row 1: E Kersten; G Markussen; Deon Wolloeger, foculty odviser, C. Mortin; V Klotzboch; C Christensen; P. McKinnon. Row 2: G. Owen; D Anderson; C. Uhlig, M. Turner. J. Olson] S. Appel, P. Wolfgrom; J. Peterson; N. Davis; C Owen, S. Flavin Social Committee Orientation Board Row I; G Fix, S. Rusch, L. Kafka, B. M. Schur, R Heiden, P. McKinnon Row 2: L Hess, L Good, E. Johnson, A. Keller, O. B Sortin, J. Biermann, Dr. Blum, faculty odviser.Row J H. Biederer, S. Maltby, M Sonchar, A. Rogober. S Wolf, J. J. Wagner, F Gerend. Row 2 J. Bierman, C. Peltey. Row 3 H. Mayr, R Cecil, R Johnson, T Parsons, R Marquardt, R Solowicz, L Spangler, R. Sommerfield, J. Jacoby, S. Tabbert, D. Derrnen, M Langcndorf. Union Board Various committees under the Student Union Boord plan the cultural events for the Union such as art shows and concerts, sponsor social events such as Anniversary Week, and handle publicity and news releases for these events. Recreational programs such as ping pong tournaments and other games ore carried out by the Union Boord. The board also maintains Union policies and adjusts them when necessary. Executive Board Row I H. Biederer, secretary; F Gerend, Commons Committee; M Longendorf, House Committee; J. J. Wagner, Social Committee; R. Marquardt, director Row 2 R. Cecil, Public Relations Committee; R. Sommerfield, recreation ossit-ont; R. Penndorf, president.Union Commons Committee S. Joy, M. Hester, F. Gerend Union Culture Committee S. Sorensen, D. Demien, J. Jocoby, S. Tobbert, choir-mon. Union Social Committee M. Sonchor, chairman; J Norris; J. J. Wogner.T. Petty; R Cecil, choirmon; N. Ebel. Union Public Relations Subcommittee Union Human Relations Committee R. Werner, J. Breckman, F. PenndorfThe Student-Faculty Conference Committee on Educational Affairs is a committee with student and faculty representation. Members discuss educational practices of the University. Dr Blum, Mr. Ahlgren, R. Philleo, Mr. Ingrelli, T. Phillipson Student Faculty Conference Committee National Student Association D. Gale, D. Hunkel, R. Whalen, J. WilhelmRow 1 L Kofko, Miss Robins, M Lemp. K Peters, N Pogel, R Wolrer, Dr. Kunkle, J Bender Row 2 S Kronzbiller, W Gordon, M Toldnan. R. Von Deurcn. N. Poetsch, B Roynor, D Hunkel, L. StrobuscH, N. Heywood. University Women's Association Every woman on the campus is a member of the University Women's Association. This organization sponsored many activities for its members this year, including the Big Sister and Orientation programs, a Good Grooming Day, and a Christmas tea dance. UWA also momtains the women's lounge and locker room, governs women students who live in dorms and associated houses, and puts out on annual handbook. M-l-S-T-L-E-T MISTLETOE—D-A-N-C-E DANCE, . . . Mistletoe Donee posters coming up'EXECUTIVE BOARD: M Lemp, treasurer; Miss Robbins, N Page I, president, Dr. Kunkle, R. Wolter, Miss Wollocger.Freshman Class Officers Eagerness and energy have been the chief characteristics of the freshman class. Taking such new experiences as term papers and six-weeks exams in stride, they plunged into a whirl of social activities. A float in the Homecoming Parade was the first highlight of the year, and several mixers helped them to get acquainted with each other and the rest of the school. Second semester freshman orientation was another item on the list of activities that they sponsored in this, their first college year.Around: N. Delovon, treosurer; J. Schuster, octing vice president; M Rieck, presidentelect; D. Parnell, secretory. Sophomore Class Officers Top on the list of outstanding social events of the sophomore class this year was the Sophomore Sweetheart Dance. Another of the class's activities was the preliminary plonning for the Junior Prom next year. Reword to the victor! The Sophomore Sweetheart crown is worn by Beth Brickhouse.S Mikoelion, president; J. Slade, treasurer; N. Dovis, secretary. The wonderful Junior Prom is the highlight of the year. This year's dance was held at George Devine's Million Dollar Ballroom Somehow, the juniors managed to accomplish their studying, despite o steady round of parties, participation in the homecoming parade and other events, and—on the more serious side —discussion meetings.v» A - Jim Ziolowski, president, Jim Olsen, vice-president; Corlo Papenfus, secretary; Jock Dietrich, treasurer. Senior Class Officers Dreams of the unlimited future are almost reality for members of the senior class as they near the door to tomorrow — graduation. Plans for June graduation ceremonies were uppermost in their minds throughout the year as some of the students practice-tought, others studied those final difficult courses, and many experienced the thrill of signing their first contracts.DORIS BAUER Editor IVY HARRY W. KNITTER Associate Editor SANDRA LoGATH Business ManagerDAVE ZIMMERMAN Sports CATHERINE TAYLOR Government SUE BELLINGHAUSEN Administration "Busy as Beavers" Is the expression for the '57 Ivy Staff. This group spent many hours in M-34 compiling the year book under the direction of Doris Bauer, Ivy editor. Pictures hod to be taken; layouts had to be planned. These are only a few of the problems that confronted the staff. But this pictorial essay of college life will remind the students of the wonderfuh year at UWM. JO ANNE ACCOLA Greeks PAUL DONHAUSER Art VIVIAN LOCKE Organizations ond Activities DOROTHY SAIBERLICH Features and ActivitiesMARILYN KERN Copy CAROLE BASHAM Copy CAROL DANIELS SeniorsKitty supervises the posting. Dons and Harry plan the yearbook. I think it is spelled with a "J."Joanne Grace, managing editor, and Edna Kliesch, executive editor, discuss current problems Post I. The job of creoting a new newspaper, the U.W.M. Post from the Wisconsin State Times ond the extension Badger Record, fell to Editor Edna Kliesch and her stoff. In this transition period a completely new format was adopted. Adviser Harold Ahlgren gives business monager Don Smithes some helpful hints. MAKEUP DESK. M Gove. W Pfeifer (Ed. tor), L. Wheeler.CITY DESK. Row I P. McKinnon, C. Bertorello, S. Mortin (Co-Editor), S. Cramer (Co-Editor). Row 2: I. Knapp, V KlotzbacH, L Oweis, S. Murowski. SPORTS DESK. S. Smith, D Zimmerman (Editor), J. Kolterman. 50CIEir DESK SOCIETY DESK. F Gerund, K Kosten (Co-Editor), M Nelson, J. Peterson, D Schloefer COPY DESK. Row 1 J Sommerville (Co-Editor), M Kern (Co-Editor), D. Branch Row 2: P. Fehlhaber, H. Knitter. FEATURE DESK. Row 1: A Neumonn, J. Arndt (Co-Editor), S. Miley. Row 2 Donhauser, J Schuster (Co-Editor). Page 111OON SMITHES Executive Editor Meeting a weekly deadline and upholding the standards of the Post were the problems inherited by second semester editor, Don Smithes. A definite editorial policy of freedom of student opinion, as well as objectively reported news, was set up and carried out effectively by Smithes and his staff. DORIS JEAN ARNDT Monoging Editor MARION NEISEN Businost Manager?r'- V? . vi klotzbach Society MARJORIE GOVE • DAVE ZIMMERMAN Sports Foofuro MARILYN KERN Copy SUE KRAMER DAVE BRANCH City Editor Mako-vpEditor Austin Moson hands a new copy of Cheshire to Dick Fohr, Dodo Parnell and Paul Schwartz. Cheshire quarterly magazine, begun in 1931, has as its purpose the promotion of writing in the college. Traditionally it has been associated with both the Journalism and the English depts. A strong bond also exists between it and the art dept. Cheshire is entirely student operated, and publishes the outstanding creative work, stories, verse, and art-work of U.W.M. students. The material is selected, prepared for printing, and the magazine made up and laid out entirely by student editors. Thus it provides a two-fold purpose: that of giving practical experience in the editing of a magazine, and its primary purpose that of promoting high-quality writing among college students. This year's issue was edited by Austin Mason and Bill Schulman; Faculty advisers to Cheshire were Mr. Frank Campenni and Mr. Harold Ahlgren. Page 114 CHESHIRECHESHIRE. Row I F Koufmonn, F Urbanski, D. Wheeler, A. Mason. J Reis, S Kromer, M Klem Row 2 G Mihleisen, G Lambacher, B SHcrMARSHALL SAVICK CURT STEDMAN WARREN SCHILDER Kings of the dark room add interest to UWM publications JIM LYONSPUBLICATION BOARD. Row I: D. Arndt, D. Bauer. Row 2: A Mason, E Kliesch, D. Branch. Publications Board responsible for policies of publications Post and Ivy Advisers harold ahlgren and garold bartness check newsJi) t « t t t At ?jT M P u || ri u MI4 13 ' $• 31 4 • £ I I'' ' !' H ' '• § F«leCnAu Uw CH0 R Row 1 A AShri Bcrndt' A Ho«. R p""e. Modson. D ye L S R Kc M,ff0?' M Chcris[®pfle,50n. R Mcxisour, B Freti. S Albrcchf, I Bundc S K?TlrLD. huh' rM7'i M?,c i0f' J 0,wn' secretary; S Rosso. E Kla• wSlI EK S2SS O Sw'uk: C|JCS!,n' J Jn°nCS- M Howkins, freosurer, R Secord J H Lo R Mr nS°° 2°"J:L Michoels, C Zohnow. A Leichf, d nt. R. Sherwood] t] h£w, Pf£ J lyn o Grf PfeSl president; G Thisred. P. Berryman J Miilke P V?J? .£ Sigmund. J Mohony. v.cc Show, F. Hemke. M Teich«r, A Kfrhi, W eXttwU'j ° Poge I 18 A Cappella Choir_Ciu.-u)+.£0' MEN'S CHORUS. Row 1: Mr. Jones, T. Eisenhut, E Poosch, S. Row 2: P. Jost, A. Edwords, D. Somionka, J. Wholen, D. Vcthe, I F. Haldemon, D. Otte, T. Trotier, W. Laurent, J. Nealy. Row • Bischoff, J. Tetzlaff, J, Clinton, R. Mennickc, G. Schmiedler. Men's Chorus Weiland, J. Jones, E. Ortiz. I Contorno. Row 3 J. Mason, : K. Bagley, R. Wahner, D. Poge 120Women s Chorus WOMEN'S CHORUS: Row 1: N. Kitzrow, B. Evonson, M. Wifler, M. Schicld, R. Krueger, D. Young, A. Date, B. Ryder, J. Skowlund, F. Romano, president; B. Orr, vice president; E. Kohn. Row 2: Mr. Arnold Jones, B. Schuchardf, R. VanDourcn, D. Berg, E. Huobschen, 0. Dutcher, A. Toldrian, M. Reh'orst, G. Reinhardt, P. Riches, G. Butenhoff, S. Badtko, M. Hischkc, B. Bizor. Row 3: W. Gordon, A. Mueller, J. Bender, E. lorfeld, C. Phillips, M Jones, M. Malone. B. Brown, T. Hoimonn, J. Driedric, R. Magnus, R. Jaeger. Row 4: H. Eggener, C. Meissner, E. Walls, treasurer; F. Zostrow, M. Westerman, P. Smith, C. Promervbcrgcr. C. Meckes, P. Lipski, M. Toldrian, secretary; N. Dibb, J. Hagan, E. Rowles. Row 5: M. Sonchor, J. Anderson, H. Taylor, M. AAcTrusty, 0. Yancy, D. Rehfeldt, M. Brophy, C. Jocobs, J. Kowalsky, S. Jarvis, B. Woidner, V. Robideou. Poge 121Holiday Singers HOLIDAY SINGERS. Row 1: A Hoas. E. Pasch, J Plcdson, C Jordon. B Schuchardt. Row 2 M Hawkins, K Tallmadge. J Joslin, P. Connors, B. Schulz, J. Jones Row 3: B Gutteter, F Hemke, K Vallsteodt, B. Holt, J. Mohoney, J. Dugan, C Sigmund, director. Poge 122ORCHESTRA. Row 1: H. Stevens. W Gordon. B Krueger. N. Fuchs. R Walter. A Wirth, K Wolk, A. Nebisch, C Zahnow, J. Wlahovich. Row 2: D. Demien, J. Jordens, J. Clark, C. Miller, J Mac-hon, J Quode, A Johnson, S. Jorvis, M. Wiernasz, M, Dunbcck, J. Klowlund, J. Gosnell. Row 3: H. Oleniczak, J. Johnston, R Erdman, T. Mohr, L. Augustine, E Nechuta, J. Clinton, J. Mueller, E. Klobunde, W. Itzin, E. Chladil, E Kianovsky, J Staceik, J. Olson. OrchestraUWM Concert Band Row 1: C. Kniebusch, S. Weiland, C Jordan, V Wilsmg, P. Connors, C Behling, R. Hansen, J. Quode, J. Mochan, Row 2: J. Walker, G. Mornssette, J. Trout, L Doodno, J Schnogl, A Edwards, A Franza, W. Itzin, C. Coburn, R. Brenner, K Bagley, J Crodlcr, J Fields, W. Bue- low, H Shekner, G This ted, R. Ebbcrs. Ro 3 P. Richmond, R Jonusiak, A Harris, R. Darkow, J. Koester, J. Mason, L Michaels, D. Bischoff, J. Garter, R. Halt, D. Pforr, J. Tetz- laff, N. Lederer, D. Carlson, M Heinrich, A Hoss, F Hemke, W Louterbach, J. Peschkc, Page 124PAUL ANDERSON, director N. Contorno, R Wohlust Row 4: M. Miller, J McVey, D. Hansen, E Bischmann, R Magnus, D. Soiberlich, F Holdcmonn Row 5: R Kionovsky, K Kosonke, M Sovick, M Howkins, B. Gutteter, J. Brusky, R. Erdmon, R. Schombcr, R Mennicke, D. Otte, T Trotier, T. Hoefner, L. Augustine, P. Hucek, G. Schroeder, G. Otte. R. Steinboch, R. Confore. Page 125SINFONIA. Row 1 R Kwiecinski, H Larson, A Edwards, G Schroeder. Row 2 A Kiehl, R Confare, L Doudno, W Lourcnt, R. Porkow Row 3 J Johnston, N Rousey, adviser, R. Menmcko, E Chladil, R. Holt, D. Pforr. Row 4. L Michaels. Row 5 B Gutteter, M Johnson, T Trotier, P. Connors, J Clinton Row 6 A Wirth, A Jones, J Dogon, D Bisch-off. F Hemke R Wohlu?» Sinfonia Music Educators M.E.N.C. Row 1 S. Kitzerow, C. Jordan, Row 2 Miss Jepson, adviser; J. Jones, J. Will, R Secord, J. Kestcr, S. Rosso, M. Wernez, S Weilond, J Johnson, J Peschke, R Magnus, R Prine, R. Brenner, P Hucek, E. Poosch, R Walters, M Hawkins. J. Olson, Miss Heinemonn, adviser Row 3: R. Sherwood, G Schroeder, L Doudno, W. Buelow, G. This-fed, E. KlaBunde. University Theater UNIVERSITY THEATER PLAYERS: Row 1. D. Uelmen, M. Korth, G. Sctte, A Finley, S. Moki, R Adorns. Row 2: M Poppos, O. Sutter, B. Dwoskin, B. Gershowitz, R. Bielenberg, F Gebert, A. Nielsen, C. Daniels, S. Peterson, M, Dittmann, J. Wolf. Row 3: J. Ender, C. Zahnow, R. Koschei, S. Selle, R. Yopps, R. Burr. Page 128The business staff talks over an upcoming production. Makeup crew members exercised their talents on “co-operative" victims.Audrey Gloor in "St Joan " Pogc 130Couchon: "And you, ond not the Church, ore to oe the judge?' she thinks she is the queen Page 131Huckleberry Finn it wosn't Jim thot did it might fine lit'l ol' pig Poge 132Precision drill was typical o .He UWM drill team ROTC STAFF. Lt Col. William Josten, Major Thomas Kubiak, Major John Weisto, Lt. Col Obbie Sortin, Lt Col John Koehn, Copt Donold Hart. Front: Col. William Mau erROTC SENIORS: Sitting 1st Lt Irv Fried-land, Major Thomas Kubiak, Lt Col Obbie Sartin, Lt Col. John Koehn, Major John Weisto, Lt Col William Josten. Back Row Copt Donald Hart. Col William Mouer, 1st Lt Richard Westhofen, Major James Olson The latest in RO.T.C fashions are shown to "civv c cadets '  LIBRAINTERNATIONAL RELATIONS CLUB. Row I S Sand, M Kostner Row 2 J Willarson. B Ole-son. J. Jorgensen, vice president, M. Mohr, president, $ Bastianutti, secretory, I. Knopp, treasurer, L Knieger, G Putensen. L Oweis Row 3 M Abbasi, M Spomer, H Brunner, C Lydoy, C. Scanlon, adviser, M Merkel, adviser; J Robinson, P. Anderson, J Waite, M Pflughoeft, L. Gordon, D Gale Miniature U.N. students from many lands exchange ideas in IRC Page MOAch, Du Lieber! students practice language at german club GERMAN CLUB. Row 1: G Potensen, secretory; H. Ruege, president, A Deschler, treosurer; Dr. M. Schirmer, adviser. Row 2: I. Knapp; M Mohr, S Bostionutti; L. Knieger; D. Mehlos; D Oldenburg Row 3: R. Hering; J. Woite; B. Treu; S LeGrath; R. Schultze; J. Poppert. Page 141rOUNG REPUBLICAN'S CLUB: Row I: D Gale, D Hunkel, A. Hunsicker, S. LeGoth, secretory; T. Rocggc, vice choirmon; M. Ehrlich. Row 2: L. Hanson, D. Cecil, J. Maye, E Neu-douer, chairman; T. Phillip-son, J. Symonds, D. West-holcn, treasurer. We Like Ike republicans are successful in 56 Gladly for Adlai young dems look for victory in 60 YOUNG DEMOCRATS, Row 1 C. Biorklunce, S Sand, A, Lightfoot, N. Sier, F. Becker. Row 2: J. Smith, F. Grodke, D Pobst, J Stark Page M2 v »rDEBATE CLUB. Row 1: P. Luck, freosurer; J Lyons, vice president; F Becker, president, E Neudoucr, secretory Row 2 J Musich, E Schuh, C George, A Lightfoot, E Miszczok, D Bodem Resolved: That - debaters travel many miles to argue point Deciphering Cicero latin club discusses roman life ETA SIGMA PHI. Row I J Grace, president, S. Miley, treasurer; F. Gerend, C Bertorello Row 2: B Treu, O Wilner, odviser; B. Schuchort, secretory. W Pfeifer, vice president Poge 143 »y Delayed Education vets have parties, parties and more parties VETERANS' CLUB. Row 1: G. Walker; D Yesko, C Engel; D Kellett, v.ce president B Witter, president, G Bortkowski; L. Spangler; P Kramer, odviser Row 2 G Thompson J Nichols; R. Philleo, T. McEvoy; R Klein; R. Wilhclmi; D. Heidcn, D Toepfen, D Ollie J Rodden. Poge 144Open Mind and Objectivity are the basic ideals of the science frat DELTA CHI SIGMA. Row I D Roll. T Gritt.nger A hou-y Row 2 A EhricK F £ Poetsch. S Hecker A Falk. B Glaser R Klua B Selig; G Me'haai Row r Dr Cwtello. C_Ro«v-a ?r F Janousk. secretory. B Hockborth, C Tovlor; S Koen.9; E Lorjeld P Bnsk.n, J Bender, J. ,ng. treasurer. D, Solomon. D, Kaufmonn tfow 4 R Whalen F Wood; R Burgess. Unknown: j Bennett. C George, president. W Syring, J Kopecky. R Zeit; D Schwohn Page 145SIGMA ALPHA ETA. Row 1; M Hovilond, president; E. Fuchs, J. Lovdol, N. Wiesehuegel, recording secretory; D Ebner, corresponding secretory, B. Ploutz, J. Knaebe, D. Graninger Row 2: Miss Forquhar, adviser; L. Kafka, P. Wolfgrom, L Rosenkranz, R Thompson, vice president; D Krol, 6 Boissonnault, M Kutnyok, treasurer. Speech Correctors help people with speech defects Arm Chair Globetrotters geo club visits many parts of the world GEOGRAPHY CLUB. Row 1 E. Wodke, D Hurlbutt, president; Miss Stokekcn, adviser. D Zibell, secretory-treasurer; B Druminski Row 2: D Kanter, vice president; E Rohlmger, S. Sond, H. Brunner; A. Light-foot; J. Musick, Page 146Explorers by Proxy antarctica is the years theme of the geo frat GAMMA THETA UPSILON. Row 1: Dr. Reed, adviser; D. Kanter, Dr. Nelson, J. Krueger, president; E. Wodke, treasurer; M Fehr, recording secretory; B. Druminski, vice president. Row 2: T. Johnson, E. Brandt, corresponding secretary; J. Bethke, E. Rohlinger, alumni secretory; D. Good, R. Sommerfield. Poge 14 7CHRISTIAN SCIENCE. Row 1 M. Meyer, M. Shield, S. Rusch, M Woltcr Row 2 L Sorensen, R Horngren, vice president; R Schroeder, president. Keys and Scriptures vital in Christian science meetings Many Faiths unite to form intervarsity group INTERVARSITY. Row 1: D. Yancy; B. Wood; R. Widdcr; P. Summers, president, R. Schultze; Copt Whittington, adviser; G. McLatche. Row 2: K. Cotton; E. Oweis; G Gcller; J. Buehler, treos-urer; S. Johnson, vice president. Paae 1 48Pucoki Hour is a favorite at wesley foundation WESLEY FOUNDATION. Row I M Knoup; K Tsuno; D Thorne; D. Schuh. vice president; C Anderson; E Griffin, president, L. Halberg, D Soiberlich; J Perrin; J Courtright, secretary Row 2 M Dunn; M Holl; M. Fullmer, D Young, M. Hcfzel; S Jovis; N Price; J Newberry S Albrecht, R Monsour; C Mcrsh; L Yomoguchi; Rev. Keller, adviser Row 3: H Furnto R Fink; L. Doudno; H, Fehlmonn; K. Both, J Wood; J. Hahn; R. Gersonde, J. Cherwinka R Piper; W. Schuldf; K. Peterson. Page U9NEWMAN CLUB BOARD. Row 1: R. F o h r, A Henningsgoard, D smithes, president; C. Locke B Lowrence, H. ScHroeder. Row 2:‘ Tockes 5' °dvi5er; B A,cort' M Many Activities are sponsored by new man clubLUTHERAN STUDENTS ASSOCIATION: Row I: J. Konnenberg, D. Johnson, B. Mohsun. Row 2: E. Lund, president; L Biessmon, vice president; D. Zillmer, secretory; Dr. Horvey A. liber, adviser; Mrs. Harvey A. Uber, C. Haglund, Postor Ludwig, Pastor Langrock. Row 3: S. Appel, K. Peters, M. langendorf, C. Kniebish, M. Ehrlich, N. Pagel, H. Thomos, G. Reinhardt, A. Toldrian, D. Franke. E. Bulin, N. Dobbratz, C. Kruse, G. Boy. Row 4: D. Fischer. J. Bittoll, A. Nielsen, H. Hess, N. Benfer, I. Larson, M. lemp, M. Neitzke, B, Dim, I. leu, I. Madson, M. Zimmermon, S. Petersen, C. Bastion, P. Viereck, W. Vierock. Row 5: C. Bachmann, M. Teicher, treasurer; K. Posch, R. Mundt, R. Bennett. J. Kopecky, H. Althoen, K. London, J. Kreklow, G. Wonek, R. Kinas. Sunday Night lutheran students meet for inspiration and fun Poge 151BIOLOGY CLUB. Row 1 S Sontvedt, M Toldrion, N Fischer. N Poetsch. Row 2 Dr Anthony, odviser, D Fabion, vice president; G Hahn, J Sonborn, president; W Lawrence Nature Lovers bio club investigates world around them Wisdom in Retrospect historians debate civil war question PHI ALPHA THETA. Row I J Phelan, 5 Sond secretory, J Wegener, president, S. Sikorski; F Olson Row 2 A Lightfoot; C George, J Nosh, adviser; P Luck, P. Fehlhabcr; J Somerville. Page 152ART STUDENTS LEAGUE. Row 1: J Kreitzer, president; J. Winter, S. Gelemon Row 2 J Fleischer, S Schouer, M Selkey, secretory, Miss P. Rosenkronz, odviser. Row 3 T Lee, R Serio, B Hose, treasurer, G Mih-leisen. Future Van Goghs art students meet to stimulate artistic growth Professional Educators set goals of professional growth and fellowship KAPPA DELTA PI. Row 1 J Thompson J Soley, L Sander, secretary, L. Zo-horik, president, A Williams, T Vonderzondt, B. Selig, 8 Raynor Row 2: G Gleason, C George, M Read, odviser, L Baumboch, A Logerman, E Schuh, J Nelson, J Dosing. R Logerman, J Torley Row 3 R Stovcken, R Gresk, treasurer, W Jenkins, E Rintelmcinn, C Maas, G Groth, vice president, D Arndt, C Sigmund Page 153Parlez-vous Francois? informal meetings help students improve french FRENCH CLUB. Row 1: N. Tirard, D Schneider Row 2 Mr P. Boormon, K Boarmon, I. Schultze, M Weidemann, M Bolan, M. Maren Row 3 S. Spiegclglos, C Engel, M. Best, odviser, H Koufmonn, N. Schroedcr, B. Mandel, J Gonos, G. Blount. Row 4 D. Toctz, R. Bielenberg. Page 154PHI MU SIGMA. Row 1: 5. Folk., B. Sever. M. nutson, N. Smith, D. Munger, M. Jones, J. 3ogstad, M Mohr. Row 2: M. Kern, E. Hill, K. lens, B. Greske, Mr. Erd-■non, adviser; W. Lueck, A . Woy, J. Biermon, E. chuh, M. Friestod. No Less Precious friends of menially retarded seek to dispel fears Campus Literaries keep students informed and entertained ALPHA DELTA. Row 1: W. Pfeifer, treasurer; S. Miley, vice presiaent; T. Vanderzont, president, J. Accola, secretary. Row 2: E. Kliesch, A. Neumonn, M Gove, C Taylor, D. Soiberlich, J Groce, D. J. Arndt, K. Kasten, K. Peters. Row 3: C. Sfedman, P. Fehlhober, S. Kramer, W. Schil-der, Mr. Ahlgren, odviser. Page 155ATHLETICS poge 156ATHLETIC DIRECTOR HERMAN KLUGE COACHES RUSS REBHOLZ DON BARTKOWIAK ARMIN KRAEFT Poge 158Row 1: D Schick, G Burke, J. Wiesto, W. Emonuelson, T Kubiak, S Raci-nowski, F Budsisz, J. Sullivan, I. Friedland. Row 2 D Fraser, R, Edwards, A Polakowski, E Brandt, F. Wood, T Zirbcl. R. Ragan, M. Dressier, B. Jos-ten, D Perez, D Koch, M. Koshian. Row 3: J. Perez, D. Westhofen, D. Kiel, J. Burke, J. Loydo, G Brown, J. Kopecky, B. Carlson, G. Dobbs, J. Roventini, R. Struck, B. Jurci, A. Kroeft. UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN-MILWAUKEE'S ATHLETIC BOARD: (I to r) Row I: H. Kluge, P. Salamun, R. Tillema. Row 2: F. Mueller, R Jaggard, G Brown, R. Brumblay, M. Summers. Page 159MAJORETTES AND CHEERLEADERS V-l-C-T-O-R YV' Left to right Shirley Kuske, Judy Davis, and Diane Davis. Cheerleaders (clockwise, from left) Dorlene Hoack, Morgie Turner, Joyce Wogen-knecht, and Collette KannenbergMFALL SPORTSRow 1: J. Stonzer, K Roozen, D Muehlboch, D. Strankowski, J. Cleary, T. Trier, W Brock way, F. Budzisz, J Rauch, D Tebay, R. Bekken Row 2: L Krikelas, F. Uebele, R Ragan, J Loyda, E. Brandt, J. Ziolkowski, M Dressier, D Rauch, B Corlson, B Fobich, J. Shuster, G Brown. Row 3: J. Drewck, J. Euting, L. Fossett, E Lund, T. Rebholz, O. Dodian, A. Borzy kowski, R Edwards, S. Racinowski, M Kaishion, T Kubiok. Row 4: R. Peter, T Dornback J. Riegle, B Bialk, A. Wilks, N Gaucitano, J. Cummings, J. Schaff. T Kuckes, A Folwer, B Wiedensee, T Rosenske Row 5: Head Cooch, A Kroeft, J. Scafiddi, R. Westholfen, B Kown, G. Gall, E Hintz, M Laszewski, R Smith. J. Hcyroth. T. Rose, B Ritter, J. Tierney Although UWM found itself unvictori-ous in 1956, the club wos not thot bod. All of the Cardinals' five conference games were extremely close and exciting down to the finol minutes. Bad breaks, key injuries, and a lack of a field general hurt the team more than any lack of material. Coach Armm Kraeft faces a rebuilding chore m 1957. He lost his entire starting backfield of halfbacks Jerry Stonzer and Tom Kubiak, fullback Tom Trier and quarterback Buss Brown Up front he loses linemen Jim Drewek, John Rauch, Syl Racinowski and all-conference tackle Jim Ziolkowski. Stonzer, All-Conference halfback, led the club in rushing with 378 yards in 110 attempts, in passing with 17 completions in 46 attempts, in punt returns wih five for 80 yards, and in scoring with four touchdowns for 24 points. Stanzer was one of the greotest competitors ever to don a Cardinal uniform, End Dick Rauch showed great promise for future seasons The lanky freshmon pulled in 10 passes for 216 yards to lead the club in this department. Page 164THE RECORD UWM OPP. Mocolester College ..18 Whitewater .........27 Oshkosh.............20 Eau Claire..........20 Stevens Point ...... 7 (Homecoming) Platteville ........13 Centro! Michigan ....67 Beloit Denotes conferences games Jerry Stonzer exhibiting rhe form of o star. CONFERENCES Lineman Jim Ziolkowski surveys the situation be fore entering battle.Mixed emotions prevailed on the Cardinal benchGridiron oction, always rough and tough in the Wisconsin State College conference. A Beloit halfback dances through Cardinal tock-lers. The end of the road ... a I rood with hope in the futureCROSS COUNTRY Row 1: T. Z i r be I, G. Lombocher, R. Struck, R. Wengatz. Row 2: D. Bartkowiok, R Perez, T. Rounds. D. Koch, A. Po-lokowski, A. Budzik, J. Tierney. Off to a fost stort are left to right; R Perez, R. Wen-got , R. Struch. A. Polokowski. D. Koch. Led by freshmon distonce stor Duone Kocn. the Cardinal cross country horriers posted on impresive 5-2 won-lost record Rookie cooch Don Bort-kowiok began his first season os mentor at UWM Duone KochWINTER SPORTSUL Veteran forward Scott Netzel. Forward Tom Honrahan, serv ice returnee. High-scoring 6 foot 5 inch center Tom Kneusel was selected to the all-conference squad.BASKETBALL Row I: (on floor) B Duquo.ne. B Josten Row 2: B. Fobich, T. Honrohon, T. Kneusel. S Netzel, W, Plmsko Row 3 Coach Russ Rebholz, J Stonzer, H. Wcslcndorf, H McMecn, S Goydos, B. Josno, J. Dietrich, I Geil (Manager) Competing for the first season under the Red and White banner, Coach Russ Reb-holz's basketball team finished in a tie for third place in the conference with a 7 5 record and an over-all 12-7 won-lost record. The season was highlighted by close, hair-raising bottles ot Baker Fieldhouse. All attendance records were broken during the home seoson. WTMJ broadcast several of the contests while the Cards were in the thick of the pennant race, Milwaukee was in first place for the first half of the season. Standout sophomore center Tom Kneu-sel led the club in scoring and rebounding for the second consecutive year. Big Tom scored 382 points for a 21 point per game average and was chosen on the conference All-Star squad at the season's end.A pep talk ... a proycr ... a victory.Tom Kneusel's bid for two points is on its woy. WSC CONFERENCE STANDINGS Stevens Point W. 9 L. 3 Eau Claire 8 4 MILWAUKEE 7 5 Superior 7 5 Plotteville 6 6 River Falls 6 6 Stout 5 7 Oshkosh 5 7 La Crosse 4 8 Whitewater 3 9 Frustrotion is evident with Point bottlers os o Cord slips through for o lay-up. Page 174Bob Fobich drops in a gift shot "and the score goes up another notch." Height poys dividends for Tom Hon rahon. WRESTLING COACH Don Bartkowiok proudly holds onto the trophy his wrestlers garnered recently ot the AAU wrestling tourney ot Marquette university. Grooners from left to right ore Jim Pagenkopf, Dick Kiel, Wally Schuman, Dennis Walton, Bill Tews, Al Polkowski, Jim Menger, and Jerry Kopecky. Kiel, Walton, Polkowski, and Kopecky were chompions of their divisions. WRESTLING Jerry Kopecky (top) posted on impressive record Dick Kiel (white) supplemented his skill with a wealth of experience. MUSCLES, INC —Row 1 Bill Tews, Jerry Kopecky, Al Polakowski, John Rauch. Row 2 Coach Don Bartkowiak Dennis Walton. Dick Kiel, Jim Lorese, Dick Schick. WRESTLING SCOREBOARD UWM 5 Northern Illinois .......24 UWM 23 Marquette ....... 3 UWM 23 Wright Jr. College ........ 3 UWM 11 St. Cloud Teachers ...... 14 UWM 3 Whcoton .........25 UWM 14 Marquette .......13 UWM 29 Ripon ........... 3 UWM 11 Stevens Point...11 UWM 29 Ripon ........... 3 UWM 5 Luther ..........25 UWM 18 Loras ........... 6 UWM 16 Central Michigan .......17 UWM 19 Wright Jr. College ........11 STEVENS POINT TOURNAMENT ............3rd Place WISCONSIN INTERCOLLEGIATE TOURNAMENT ............3rd Place WISCONSIN AAU TOURNAMENT ............1st Place 'Say Uncle" seems to be the topic of conversation in this cozy situation Dennis Walton is the muscleman on top John Rauch used his weight to good advantage in vanquishing rival grapplersRow 1: D Bogenschild, J. Koch, J. Koehn, G Bombergcr, B. Emonuclson, D. Misiewicz. Row 2: Assistant Coach B. Ritter, B. Rueth, K. Zaeskc, L. Ringwall, R. Lenroot, T. Rose, Manager G Schulze. Row 3: Heod Cooch H Kluge, J Weisto. J Molendo, P. Christenson, J. Koch, A. Budzak. SWIMMING Finmen Duane Misiewicz, co-captain Terry Rose, Bill Emanuelson, and Co-captoin Dave Bogenschild teamed up to set a new fieldhouse record in the 400 yard free style relay.Boasting one of the best swimming seasons in the school's history, the UWM fin club posted a 7-1 record in duol meets, garned a third in the tough Midwest Invitationol contests and a first in the AAU swim meet. Coach Herman Kluge's crew racked up seven consecutive wins before losing to powerful Central Michigan. Baker fieldhouse pool records were broken almost faster than they could be made official. New school records were established in the 400-yard free style relay and in the 400-yord medley4) i CO SPRING SPORTSBASEBALL Under the direction of Cooch Bill Ritter, the Cardinal baseball club started its second season. Last year the club compiled a 5-3-1 record. The WSC conference formed a baseball league for the first time in its history. AL MIGACZ Outfielder Head Coach Bill Ritter Poge 182 TOM SOMERS InfielderHARRY GRZONA Infielder GORDIE SCHRAMM Infielder JACK LOYDA Pitcher Coach Ritter checks batting signals with some of the members of the club. FRED GROTH OutfielderTRACK R. Struck, R Gra, R Wen-gatz, D. Koch. R. Zirbel, H. Confare The Cardinal cinder club ended its indoor season with a 3-1 record in dual competition, placed second in the college eight lap relay in the JOURNAL Relay Games and seventh in the tough Central Relays at Naperville, III. Coach Tierney's speedy relay team composed of Mel Dressier, Gory Dobbs, Bill Eichfield and Bob Hoskins sped to a close second in the Arena meet before 10,500 spectators. Sophomore star Dobbs broke the fieldhouse record in the 456 yard low hurdles event with on amazing five and six-tenths seconds. Dobbs was also a consistent winner in the 45-yard high hurdles and the 40-yard dash Page 184 Row 1 R Gro. R Smith, W Eichfeld, R Worren, R Geyer Row 2 B Pike, R. Struck, T. Zirbel, R. Zirbel, T Rounds, R Wengatz Row 3 R Foti, J. Gus, R. Hohn, L Steer, H. Confore, M Dressier, D. Koch, J. Tierney Poge 185WOMEN'S SPORTSWRA BOARD. Row I: L Griffith. P Bosile, M.ss Ehlers, J Anderson. D Soiberlich. Bentley, D Konter. V Scholz, R Scott. J. Mort.n, A Lagsrmon, J D.estng, S. Stack. J Thonc, M Tockes Row 2: H M Toldnan, The Women's Recreation Association conducts a program of sports for women. A worn on is elected to act as sportshead of the group for each sport. She is responsible for organizing and teaching the sport. The sports-heads, the officers and physical education faculty members comprise the WRA Board Membership in WRA is through participation in o sport. toff JIT Poge 187WOMEN'S BASKETBALL GROUP. Row I: J. Martin , E Bury, P. Zarneke, M. Tackes. Row 2: R. Scott, C. Bober, D. Douer, N. Taylor, H. Schmidt. Row 3: D. Kanter, J. Flock, S. Krueger, S. Appel, H. Oleniczok, Miss Samrms. VOLLEYBALL GROUP. Row I J Fronklm, S. Pfeil, K Grimes Row 2 H Schmidt, C Hoglund Row 3: P. Zarneke. V. Scholz, M Tockes.BADMINTON GROUP. Row 1. K Horker, M. Toldrion, A. Toldrion, J. Brondtjen, N. Wulff, S. Appel. Row 2: F Grohom, J Martin, C. Meiss-ner, S Stack. R Polege, L Merkel ARCHERY GROUP. Row 1 P Zarneke, F Grohom, M Hitchler. Row 2: J Papcnthien, R Polege, S. Stack, N. Fischer, R. Buszkiewicz.Row 1: C Leoch, V. Wilsing, R. Popke, J Honsen, M Wifler, V Boumon Row 2 8 Dins, S Shod, $. Bartel, D. Donald, G Scodwell, R. Monsour, I Leu, V Sherman Row 3 J Mewberry, D Klockow, P Voighr, T. Gibson, Mrs. Winkler, J Morris, M Mil-er, M Wiernasz, C Kniebusch Row 4 R Brenner, V. Burns, B Bohr, M Horn, M Benson. E. Kerslen, A Farwcll. C. Taylor, D Anderson, N. Davis, D. Pcrnell, M Raob, C. Schowalter, P Meisclwitz Row 5 J. Accolo, B Solig, E Sonderson, D. Sofberlich, R. Pihl, C Riescnweber, D. Kuehl, S. Koemg, H. Paukert, K. Peters, J. Desing. President Vice President Secretary Treasurer Social Chairman Dorothy Saiberlich Maxine Miller Virginia Wilsing Carol Reisenweber Marilyn Benson Page 192 KENWOOD HALLMARIETTA HOUSE President Vice President Secretary Treasurer Cor. Secretary Social Chairman Ann Mueller Gail Podelwetz Janice Gregg Joan Glysch Frances Boruke Frances Nelson Row 1: M. Von Gonten, E. Kohn, R Sorenson, A Moss, G Podeweltz. E. Lorfeld, F Nelson, K Meckcs Row 2: J. Bossett, H Hinze, J. Stembrecker, C Conway, R Krueger, L. Baum-boch, Mrs. Porker, M Friestodt, J Bender, J. Janecky, K Way. J Koester Row 3; N Stouf-focher, F Bourke, J. Muench, I Yernesck. H, Eggener, S Hemzelman, M. Dauska, J Anderson. I Johl, A Mueller, D ReHfeldt, J Glysch, E Wellstein, N Choppie, J Courtrighf. Row 4 S. Bauer, B Bormon, J. Ito, J. McVey, L. Wilde, P Yanke, M Fullmer, J Perrin, S Albrecht, P. Kulas, M. Wobig, R. Royce, V. HowardSTOWELL HOUSE SHEPARD ALUMNI HOUSE Page 194Row I: L. Doudno, H. Larson, G Seymour, D. Dunn, B Pomes, A. Nielsen, D. Fobiano. Row 2: J. Krcitzer, J. Gustafson, Mrs. D Thompson, B Gotes, W. Way, T. Berenz. Row 3: S Mikoelian, J. Sycns, P Connors, T. Mohr, B. Rowe, J Wolkenhauer, P. Wechter, F. Al-biero, J. Sauer, K. McMonogle. Row 4 C Zahnow, J. Wohlen, D. Mayfield, R. Hose, G Schmeideler, T. Furguson, R. Bronner, L Huberity. Page 195Row 1: J. Von Antwerp, J. Howord, M Gevers, S. Akiyamo Row 2 L. Kafko, M Berndt. Mrs Martin, J Silverwood, J. Folk. Row 3 L Hess, D Ebel, S Ashcnbrenner, J Lorrig, J Mc-Glynn, J Flock, J Wagenknecht. Row 4; J Temme, J Slodc, J Hogcn, N. Delovon, N Taylor, G. Toohey, J. Nielsen. Not present, P. Hucek. SHEPARD ALUMNI HOUSE Jone Van Antwerp Phyllis Hucek Nadine Taylor Les Ann Kafka Mary Berndt Judith McGlynn President Vice-pres. Secretary Treasurer Co-social chairmen Mary Berndt Darlene Ebel Joan Howard Judith Silverwood Shirley Ashcnbrenner Leslye Hess Poge 196COLUMBIA 1st Semester president 2nd Semester president Delores Hommel Doris Bunck Row 1 J. Anderson, J Setzer, K. Weisner, K Decker Row 2: D Bunck. E Kinney, S. Christion-sen, Mrs Lucy Brueggeman, K Bobcock, D. Remo, M Holl. Row 3. K Rose, J Anderson, P. Fofcy, M. Mocder, J Gempler, Y Kurth, D Hommel, I Alf, J. Folk, C. Kehl, M. Ehrlich, E Brun-grabcr. Row 4 S Appel, C. Weber, M Hetzel, L. Larson, H Taylor, N. Bcnter, J. Ahrens, H. Hark-Row 1: J. Somosky, S. Taussig, J Zcsse, W Eichfeld, L Komloh, Mr. Kluge Row 2: B Kohl-enberb, B. Mondel, T. Stelter, R. Fohr. B Bogenschild. P. Schwartz. J. Kolterman. A. Nielsen, B Johnson. INTERFRATERNITY COUNCIL President .... Vice President Secretory .... Treasurer .... ...Lyle E. Komloh ...Jock Somosky William Eichfeld ....Paul Schwartz The Gordon B Wiermon Interfrotern jry Athletic Trophy.IW r'oI 's ? °"'y Stem. P«te Grinstem, Morry erg , SMIy Mellon. Bur, No.mon. tor. W,„ Abler,? £ E toSZli ' ALPHA LAMBDA Dick Plotkin Jock Somosky Burt Naimon Ed Bookstaff Master Froter Vice Master Frater Secretary T reasurer Sgt ot Arms Jack Samosky Hal Galitzer Buzz Kreeger Ed Bookstaff Pete Grtnstem Page 201ALPHA PHI OMEGA Richard Moring George Fix Robert Johnson Duane Schwohn Duane Good Joe Smith President 1st Vice President 2nd Vice President Treasurer Rec. Secretary Cor. Secretary Advisers: John Dulka, Lee Mathews Dick Sommerfield Jack Zweck Joe Smith Duane Good Duane Schwahn John Symons Row 1: J Zweck, J. Good, J. Smith, J. Symons, J. Dulko, R Moring, G Fix, R. Yopps, B. Johnson Row 2: J Westfahl, W. Lawrence, D Timler, A Neilson, D. Bunker, W. Shroke, D Sommerfield, A. Hunsicker, D. Schwohn, E Johnson, L Gutteter, H. Moyr, L Hanson, D Jung. G G|ere, J. King.BETA PHI THETA Grandmaster Master Treasurer Rec. Secretary Cor Secretory Donold Rambadt Donald Smithes William Pfeifer William Maurer James Somerville Advisers: George Goundie, Howard Schroedter, Rodney Marquardt Row 1: A Weiss. P. Schwartz. J Rodden, R. Witter, J Briskey Row 2 G Wiermon, W Mour-cr D Rombodt, R Marquardt (odvisor). D Smithes. W Pfeifer, T Porsons Third Row P Schul-teis, J Somerville, G Fuchs, L Holberg, W Pierce. B Ehn. W Herbst. R Solowicz, C Anderson, L Honsen. A Mason Fourth Row H Knitter. R O'Brien, H Althoen. G Mohnke. M Lind, L. Micholak, E Lund, D Pochert, D. Hoos, P DonhauserRow I Chuck Schulz, Dole Arsnow, Jim Profilio, Hoi Tower, Dick Westhofen. Row 2; John Born, Rudy Vatter, Jerry Winter, Dave Fraser, Bart Trentodue, Russ Bennett, Dick Jeffery, Jim Fnedel, Chuck Componelli Row 3: Jim Fitch, Don Stoltmann, Russ Zigan, Jerry Krainer, Jim Zeisse, Roger Ritchie, Morv Friedewold, Bob Ziebert, Corl Engle, Emil Brondt, Bob Koeper, Ken Poyne, Ron Le-Bansky, Jerry Koltermonn, Bill Ziegler Row 4; Bob Lonergon, Tom Jones. Jerry Strozewski, Don Closen, Dick Horngren, Bill Schwortcn, Dr Arthur Schoellcr (adviser), Gene Mihleisen, Len Dus-zynski, Bob Scholler, John Jacoby DELTA KAPPA President Vice President Pledgemaster Treasurer Chaplain Cor. Secretary Alumni Secretary Rec. Secretary John Jacoby Dick Schmidt Harold Tower Dick Westhofen Russ Bennett Jerry Krainer Jerry Koltermann Chorles Schulz Page 204Row 1: T. Stelter, J. Dietrich, R. Huberty, R. Stokes, J. Sullivan, W. Josten, W. Brockwoy. Row 2. R Minorikc, C. Vincent, A Borde, T. Kneusel, S. Netzel, J. Klobunde Row 3: J. Stanzer, S. Vitos, D. Teboy, F. Budzisz, R. Fusek, M. Nersesion, J. Cummings, R. Modrezjewski, G. Brown, T. Borzykowski, T. Kubiok, S. Racinowski. DELTA SIGMA KAPPA Charles Vincent Sylvester Racinowski Joe Wegerbauer Jim Klabunde Marty Nersesian Grandmaster Vice Grandmaster T reasurer Cor. Secretary Rec. Secretory George Brown Joe Wegerbauer Bill Josten Ron Stokes Tom Kneusel Advisers Dr John Paul Jones, Ralph Tillema. Page 205PHI SIGMA EPSILON Richard Roman John Weisto Robert Grapp Richard Dawley Tim Gibb Grandmaster Vice Grandmaster Rec Secretary Cor. Secretary T rcasurcr Richard Dawley Mike Kaishan Richard Kiel John Weisto B. J. Halvorsen Row 1: K McAtcer, J. Raush, G. Huseby, L Doudna, R Cerull. Row 2: R. Whalen E. Hill, 0. Roman, D Dawley, Mr. Briskey, J. Weisto, R Grapp, J Weber Row 3 T Petersen, T. Rebholtz, F Bartelt, B Emmonuelsen, D. Kiel, J Stein, J Rusch, B. J. Halvorsen, C. Martin Row A P. Cucinello, R Gibb, J. Molcndo, J Koepecky, K. Jwno, J. Keatz, R. Cerk, M Kaishan, F. Kaege. Advisers: R. Briskey, R. Erdman, A Kroeft.SIGMA DELTA OMEGA President . . . . Vice President Secretary . .. Treasurer . .., .Neil Baerman ...Dick Berns .. Dick Roelke Dave Mathews Row 1 D Wozniak, J Jeffers, D Byrnes, H Findfer, D Pefajan, D Zdarstck. Row 2: C Daul, A Luellwitz, D Berns, N. Baerman, D Roelke, J Kovatch Row 3 J Eiger, D. Tallont, W. Henderson, D. Oleniczok, J. Weiss, D. Rueth, D. Mothews, D. Kaun, L Mlejnek, J. Jasin.Row I F Gerund. D Libe'Oto, P Perseyk. G Gershowitz Row 2 Dean Wolloeger, S Appel, L Wheeler, K Perers. C Kannenberg. C Phillips, J Thompson Row 3 C Taylor. N Poetch C Heneske. G Mackussen, N Delovon, E Kersten, C Christiansen. 5 Weilond.’C Dohm A Forwell, M Benson, P Smith INTERSORORITY COUNCIL President Vice President Corr Secretory Rec. Secretory Treasurer Karen Peters Lynne Wheeler Corole Phillips Pat Basile Collette Kannenberg Shirley Appel Poge 208Row I $ Gutknccht, E Bui in, A Dumke S. Bischojj, G Goulet J. Zohn. A Nelson, G Stecklmg, R Joeoer, ' ReinyC Bosham, C. Wurster, H. Doubl, Row 3: J Flock A Finley, E OmM £ Schumochtr, K. Clark, N. Taylor, J. Hagen, B. Huntington, P Foldvory L Oettmeler. N Campbell, S. Sikorski, M. Howell, M. Jopke. ALPHA DELTA SIGMA President Pat Smith a Vice President Donna Dauer ■H f Treosurer Meriel Goulet •r Rec. Secretary Renee Prine Cor. Secretary Ruth Jaeger Aaviser: Mrs. Arthur Rezny. Page 209ALPHA GAMMA LAMBDA Dolores Hunkel Roselie Von Deuren Corolyn Huenecke Janice Loydal Nancy Claire Poetsch Carol Pietz President Vice President Rec. Secretary Cor. Secretary Treasurer Historian Lynn Wheeler Sue Staniszewski Joyce Waddell Marilyn Jones Roberta Krueger Barbaro Evanson Adviser: Mrs. Dane Scag Row 1 A Wollncr, M. Migliaccio, N. Poetsch, J Wright, R. Krueger, D. Hunkel, B. Evonson. S. Stoniszewski. Row 2 S Hecker, P. Kulos, M Toldrion, C Pietz, S Melchior, J. Waddell, C. Clark, R. Von Deuren Row 3: L Wheeler, N, Berglund, E Donohue, H. Hinze, J. Lovdol, J. Groce, M. Jones, C Huenecke, R. Scog.CHI SIGMA LAMBDA Carla Papenfuss Amto Neumann Nina Amoroso Joyce Slade Nancy Breske President Vice President Treasurer Cor. Secretary Rec. Secretary Anita Neumann Carol Christensen Dons Jean Arndt Vira Klotzbach Karel Kasten Adviser: Mrs. Paul Anderson Row !: N. Breske, N. Amoroso. Row 2: D. Arndt, V. Klotzbach, C. Christensen, A Neumann, C. Papenfuss, K. Kasten, N. Nimmo, J. Slade, D. Skiero. Row 3: N. Pogel, G. Kuhogen, D Oldenburg, M. Szeremeo, T. Gibson, E. Gilbertson, J Eimermonn, B. Androy, J. Courtnght, P. Nelson, R. Pintarich, D. Zillmer. Row 4: C. Moertz, B. Bocon, M Berndt, S. Fitzgerold, N. Delovon, R. Beck, L Jovers, J. Plodson, J. Klassa, J. Glysch, J. Lychwick, D. Wegner, D MehlosRow 1: E KluBunde, J. Wegener, S. Kitzerow, J Stoziok Row 2 J Jones, C Meissner, C. Jordon, J. Wiemonn, A Hoss, S. Weiland, D Soiberlich Row 3 M Jocobs, M, Howkins, J. Quade, J. Olson, C. Dohm, M. Pignolet DELTA OMICRON ; tnv Jlk President Sandra Kitzerow 1st Vice President Arlene Hass 2nd Vice President Carol Dahm Secretary Janet Quade Treasurer Dorothy Soiberlich Page 212Row 1 J. Gosnell, A. Rogohn, P. Wolfgrom, C. Ulifl, D. Simon, E. Fuchs. J. Thompson, J. Maples. Row 2: B. Coffell, J. Herbs!. M. Calkins, J. Wogner, J. Olson. D. Mueller, D. Demien, S. Rusch, G. Touhcy, J. Wolf, N. Couilard, J. Wiening. Row 3: J. Schoenftld, C. Phillips. K. Javers, 0. Davis, L. Kofko, S. Tobbort, M. Turner, B. Brickhouse, L. Krause, M. Benson. KAPPA LAMBDA IOTA Diane Simon Monica Roman Pat Wolfgram Carol Uhlig Ellen Fuchs President Vice President Treasurer Rec. Secretory Cor. Secretary Carole Phillips Pat Wolfgram Sandy Tabbert Joan Thompson Jeri Olsen Advisers. Mrs. Armm Kraeft, Mrs. John Tierney Poge 213LAMBDA PHI CHI Barbara Raynor Collette Kannenberg Mary Ann Sonchar Nancy Davis Ann Farwell Jane Van Antwerp President 1st Vice President 2nd Vice President Treasurer Rec. Secretary Cor. Secretary Marilyn Counihan Nancy Davis Yvonne Thurow Kathy Wagner Pat Burk Mary Ann Sonchor Row I P Burk Y Thurow. j Von Antwerp. N Dovrs C. Kannenberg, B F"' r:is E wo;;i; ?° .c skst cfe cca s Nor pictured, D, Bauer.OMEGA OMEGA OMEGA President Vice President Secretary-Treasurer Lillian Lambert Barbara Sher Ruth Magnus Bea Gershowitz Row I: R. Magnus, S. Sand, B Sher Row 2 L. Lambert, B. GershowitzRow 1: F. Forrest, N. Fechtmeyer, J. Anderson, J Zostro, C. Engel, G. Gibson, D. Liberato, P. Pah-low, A. Seignemortin, B. Burst Row 2: C Gondek, A. Koeppler, M Hotchkiss, J. Gall, S. Dahlke J. Johnson, Mrs. James Hunt Row 3: D Daul, B Londer, C. Jacobs, J Poppert, C. Corlett, H. Bie derer, B. Dunham, G. Pike, D. Neitzel PHI DELTA DELTA Carla Engel Sue Dahlke Jerre Pike Joanne Jensen President Vice President Secretary Treasurer Cor. Secretory Carla Engel Helen Biederer Joan Zastrow Donna Liberato Betty Lander Adviser: Mrs. James Hunt Page 2163ow 1: B. Doherty, S. Wolff, P. Perszyk, A. Folk, Mrs E. Zillner, S. Hollet, J. Kubnick, S. Smith, I Reinemon. Row 2: J. Klug, J. Lobracke, K. Swetlond, J. Berg, R. Borrette, A. Henninsgoord, B. Slascr, K. Klug, B. Frohm, I. Verhoeven, P. Hucck, T Vonderzondt. Row 3: Jeonette Klug, G v orkussen, M Tweeden, H. Carothers, J. Bogslod, J. Peters, M Henning, M. Koczmierzak, D. Aayer, P. Basile, J. Theurich. SIGMA OMICRON DELTA Kathleen Klug Judy Bagstad Penny Perszyk Beverly Glaser Shirley Hallett Shirley Smith President Vice President Vice President Treasurer Rec. Secretary Cor. Secretary Shirley Smith Beverly Glaser Janis Thone Trudy Vanderzandt Kathleen Swetland Betty Doherty Adviser: Mrs. Ella Zillner Poge 217SIGMA SIGMA SIGMA President Vice President Treosurer Rec. Secretory Cor'. Secretory Joanne Accola Marian McFarlin Elizobeth Allen, Betty Alcott Carole Anderson Sandra Sagerer Adviser: Mrs. Loretta Ropella Row 1: J. Shaleski, M. Imse, L. Feinos, J. Hudson, B. Jessen, L Baumbach, D. LoTon- ders, A. Damkoehler. Row 2 M. Knutson, D Schweiger, C Anderson, M McFarlin, J. Accola, S. Sogerer, B. Alcott, S. Appel, M. Schoer Row 3 J Anderson, E Eggcncr, K Wcrgin, J Messing, M. Zimmermann, M. Pierce, M Horn, H Paukert, M Hurd, N. Smith, E. Cuttler, E Griffith Row 4 M Malm, V Chin und, R Regan, R Seebacher, K. Seybold, S. Jarvis, K. Meckes, C. Taylor, K. Peters, D. Damm, M, GovePARTIES Page 220The poth to tho Union it wall worn.JOANNE ACCOLA . Lower Elcmentory . . Wausou . . - Sigma Sigma Sigma, Pres. . . . . Alpha Delta, Sec . . . IVY Editorial Stoff . . ACE HENRY M. ALTHOEN Upper Elemen- tary , . . Milwaukee . . . Beto Phi Theta . . . LSA . . . Alpha Phi Omego . Young Dems JOAN AMMERMAN . . . Lower Elementary .. . Milwaukee . . ACE . . . WRA. CAROLE ANDERSON . . . Liberol Arts . . Wauwatosa , . . Sigma Sigmo Sigma . . . Rec. Sec. . . . Freshman (floss Treos . . . CEB. JANET ANDERSON . . . Art . . . Merrill . . . ASL . . . Inter Arts . . . Interdorm Council, Vice Pres. . . . LSA. MYRON ANDERSON . . . Education . . . Two Rivers. RICHARD A. ANDERSON . . . Liberol Arts . Milwaukee . . . Alpha Phi Omega . . . Social Committee. BARBARA ANDROY Lower Elementory Milwaukee . . . Chi Sigmo Lombdo, Historian . . Social, Student Union Comm. . . . IVY DORIS JEAN ARNDT . . . Secondary . . . Milwaukee Kappo Delta Pi . . . Alpha Delto . . . Chi Sigma Lambda, Rec Sec., Trees. . . . POST Ed. . . . PEAK Nt. Bd. DALE F. ARSNOW Upper Elementory Milwaukee Delta Koppa, Cor Sec., . Vets' Club . . Wis. Ed. Assn JUDY BAGSTAD . . Exceptional Den- ver, Colorodo . . Sigma Omicron Delta . . . Historian, Cor. Sec., Vice Pres . . Phi Mu Sigmo WALLY BARNER JACQUELYN BARON . . Lower Elementary Milwaukee ACE French Club RITA BARRETTE . . . Lower Elementary . . . Wisconsin Rapids . . . Newman Club . . Sigma Omicron Delto, Sec PASQUALINE BASILS . . Upper Elementory Milwaukee . . Sigma Omicron Delta Intersorority . WRA, Pres . . . Dorado, Pres. FLORENCE BECKER . Secondary . . Wo-town Debate . Young Dems . . Delta Chi Sigma . Phi Alpha Theta . Secondary Division, Trees. LAIMONIS V. BEKERIS Letters and Science . . . Milwaukee . . . German Club, Vice Pres ... IRC JOHN BELTON . Upper Elementary . . . Milwaukee . . Vets' Club Poge 224 r LiteJANICE BENDER . Lower Elementary . . . Cleveland . . . Delta Chi Sigma, Vice Pres. . . ACE . . . Marietta Dorm Pres JAMES R. BENNETT Upper Elementary . . . Sheldon . . . Delta Chi Sigma . . So ciol Work Club Vets' Club. PAUL BERRYMAN . . Instrumental Music Education . Dodgeville . . Phi Mu Alpha . . Music Div., Band Vice Pres. JAMES BIERMANN Exceptional . . Milwaukee , . . Phi Mu Sigma . . . Union Board . . Newman Club . . Orientation Board. LEAH BIESSMAN . . Lower Elementary . . . Edgerton . . . LSA, Treos, Vice Pres. . . . ACE FRANCES BILLER . . Lower Elementary . . . Milwaukee . . . ACE SUZANNE BISCHOFF Upper Elementary . . , Milwaukee . . . Alpha Delta Sigma ACE . . . Women's Service League . . . LSA . . . WRA GREGORY BOISSONNAULT . . Exceptional . . . Manitowoc . . . Sigma Alpha Eta . . . Band . Vets' Club . . . Newmon Club EMIL BRANDT Liberal Arts Milwaukee . Gomma Theta Upsilon . . Delta Kappo, Pledgemoster ... Phi Alpho Theta . . . IFC . . Football. NANCY BRESKE . . . Upper Elementary . . . Milwaukee . . . CEB . . Chi Sigma Lombdo, Sec. . . . Sophomore Sweetheart Court. PHYLLIS KAHN BRISKIN . . . Lower Elementary . . . Milwaukee . . . ACE Delta Chi Sigma JANE D. BUCHLER . . Upper Elementary . . . Milwaukee . . . Over 30 Club. DONALD BUNKER . . Upper Elementary Milwaukee . . . Alpha Phi Omega. CHARLENE BURAN . . . Exceptional . . . Iron River . . . Choir . . . Orchestra . . . IVY. ROBERT L. BURGESS . . . Liberol Arts . . . Milwaukee . . . Delta Chi Sigma. JAMES BURK . . . Upper Elementary . . Milwaukee . . Phi Sigmo Epsilon, Treos. . . IFC . . Cross Country, Copt. . . . ACE. KEITH BURGESS . . . Upper Elementary . . . Milwaukee . . . Audio-Visual . . . Wesley Foundation. CAMPANELLI CARMINE . . Upper Elementary . . . Milwaukee . . . Delta Koppo . . . ACE V Page 225MARGARET DAUSKA . . Lower Elementory . . . Port Washington . . . Newman Club . . . ACE. Soc. Comm JUDITH DAVIS . . . Lower Elementory . . . Milwaukee . . . Marching Band Mojorctte . PEAK Night. JO ANN DESING . . Lower Elementory . . . Elkhorn . . Kappa Delto Pi . . . Delta Chi Sigma, Treos . . . WRA . . . ACE . Kenwood Hall Pres. JAMES DIETRICH . Secondary . . . Wou-wotosa . . . Delto Sigma Kappa ... Phi Alpha Theta . . . Basketboll . . . Boseboll . Sec., Vice Pres ANTHONY J. DORNER . Instrumental Music Education , . . Luxenburg . . . Concert Band, King David Orotorio. ANDREW S. DOUGLAS Upper Elementory . . . Milwaukee . . . Kappa Alpha Psi . . . Track Team. JOHN DUGAN . . Instrumental Music Edu- cation . . Green Bay ... Phi Mu Alpha . Bond, Pres. . . . CEB . . . Choir. JAMES DUSZYNSKI . Art Education . . Milwaukee . . Phi Sigma Epsilon . . Soph. Closs Treos. .Jr. Closs Sec. ROBERT EBBERS . . Music Education . . Oostburg . . Music Division, Pres . . . Phi Mu Alpha . . . CEB. Page 226 NORMA CAMPBELL . . Exceptional . Milwaukee . . . Alpho Delto Sigma . . . Wesley Foundation, Treos . . Phifocophia. ALLEN CAUCUTT . . . Art Education . . . Waukesha . . . ASL . . . ROTC Drill Team IVY Sports, Art Editor. RICHARD J. CECIL . . Economics . . Milwaukee . . . Young Rep., Choirman . . . Union Committee. GWENDOLYN COLBERT . . . Upper Elementory . . Milwaukee Over 30 Club . . . ACE . . . Social Work Club MARILYN COUNIHAN . . Upper Elementory . , . Milwaukee . . . ISC . . . Lambda Ph, Chi. PETER CUCINELLO . . . Upper Elementory . . Milwaukee . . . Phi Sigma Epsilon . . . Football . . . CEB. CAROL DAHN . . . Music Merrill . . MENC Choral Ensemble, Vice Pres. . . . Delta Omicron, Sec. DOROTHY DAMM . Upper Elementory . . . Columbus . . Sigma Sigmo Sigmo . . . ACE DONNA DAUER . . . Liberol Arts . . . Milwaukee WRA . . . Alpho Delta Sigma, Pres., Vice Pres. . . . Social Work ClubDIANE EBNER Exceptional Milwaukee RUTH EDELSTEIN Upper Elementory Milwaukee . . Modern Dance Stock Com pony. SANDRA EDLUND Upper Elementory . . Milwaukee . . WRA. THOMAS A. EDSON . . Upper Elementary . . . Milwaukee . . . Track . . . Band . . . Alpha Phi Omega . . Biology Club . . . Chorus HELGA EGGENER , . . Upper Elementary Appleton Sigma Sigma Sigma . . ACE IVY . German Club . Choral Ensemble HELEN EGLI . . . Lower Elementary . Wouwotosa . . . Dorado. ALICE EHLERT . . . Upper Elementory . . . Milwaukee. BYRON NELSON EHN Education . Milwaukee Beta Phi Theto, Pledgemaster . . . IFC . . . ACE . . . M Club. ARDITH EHRICH . Lower Elementary Muskego . . . Delta Chi Sigma . . . Assoc, for Childhood Ed PATRICIA SMITH EHRMANN . . Exceptional . . . Milwaukee . . . Alpha Delta Sigma, Pres., Sec. . . . ISC . . . Philocophia . . . WRA LORETTA FEINAS . . Lower Elementary . . . Milwaukee . . . Sigma Sigma Sigma . . . ACE . . . WRA GEORGE FIX . . . Letters ond Science . . . Milwaukee . . . Alpha Phi Omega . . . Student Orientation Committee. VERNA FLIEMAN . . . Liberal Arts . . . Niota, Illinois JAMES FRANCIS . . . Upper Elementary . . . Milwaukee . . Stock Co. . . Sigmo Alpha Eta . . . Young Dem. . . ACE. MARJORY FRIESTAD Exceptional . . Williams Bay . . Phi Mu Sigma . . Sigma Sigma Sigma . . . UWA . . . WRA PHILIP S. FREUND . . . Liberal Arts . . . Milwaukee ... Phi Alpho Theta, Trees . . . German Club . . Vets' Club . . IRC VERNE FUNK . . . Art . . . Milwaukee . . Art Students Leogue, Sr. Rep STUART GALE . Music . . Green Bay . . . Phi Mu Alpha . . . Wesley Foundation . . . Concert Band . . . Choir. Page 227BRUCE GATES . Secondary Williams Boy . . . Alpha Phi Omega . . Stowell House, Pres.. Treas., Vice Pres. DOROTHY GATFORD . Liberal Arts Milwaukee . , Social Work Club . . French Club . . IVCF CLIFFORD GEORGE . Secondary . . Mil. woukee . . Secondary, Pres. . . Phi Alpha Theto . . . Delto Chi Sigma . . . Debate. BEVERLY GLASER . . . Upper Elementory . . . Milwaukee . . Sigma Omicron Delto. Trees., Sec. . . . Delto Chi Slgmo . . . ACE . . . IVY . . . LSA AUDREY GLOOR . . . Secondary . . . She-boygon . . , Chi Sigma Lombda . . . University Players, Pres. ... Pi Epsilon Delta . . . CEB JANICE GONZALEZ . . Upper Elementary Milwaukee . . Intervarsity Christion Fellowship. JOANNE GRACE . . . Secondary . . Janesville . . . Alpho Gamma Lambdo . . . Alpha Delto, Treas . . . Eta Sigmo Phi, Pres . . . POST Staff. ROBERT GRESK . Exceptional . . Milwaukee . . . Phi Mu Sigma . . . Kappa Delta Pi. ELIZABETH GRIFFITH . . . Upper Elemen-tary . . . Columbus . . . Siama Sigma Sigmo . . . Wesley Foundation, Pres SHIRLEY GUTKNECHT . . . Upper Elementory . . . Milwaukee . . Alpha Delto Sigmo. JOANNE HAGBERG . Lower Elementary . . . Milwaukee ACE . . POST Stoff. HANS R. HAHN . . Exceptional . . . Milwaukee . . Phi Mu Sigmo Exceptional Div., Pres , Treas. . . . IRC . Phi Sigmo Epsilon KENNETH HAHN . . Art Education . . . Milwaukee ... Phi Sigmo Epsilon, Sec . . . Art Students League, Pres. LAURIE HALBERG ... Art Education Lodysmith . . Beta Phi Theto . . . Koppa Delto Phi . . . ROTC Commander . . . LSA, Vice Pres SHIRLEY HALLETT . . . Lower Elementary . . . Milwaukee . . . Sigmo Omicron Delta, Treas . . ACE . . . IVY . . Newman Club. ROBERT HASE ... Art Education . . . Hori-con . . . ASL, Trees., Exhibition Committee . . . Interdorm, Rep ARLENE HASS . . . Music . . Merrill . . . Delto Omicron, Vice Pres. . . Bond . . . Holiday Singers . . . MENC . . . Marietta Dorm Pres MARY JANE HAVILAND . . Exceptional Milwaukee . . . Sigmo Alpho Eta, Pres . . . Alpho Delta Sigma . . . Newman Club . . . Stock Co.ANN HEBAL . . Upper Elementary . . . Shore wood . . Psych. Club . . Social Work Club . . . Modern Dance Club. JANE HERBST Lower Elementary . . . Milwaukee . . . Orchestro . . Choir. WILLIAM HERBST . . . Music . . Milwau- kee . . . Beta Phi Theta . . . Band . . . Orchestro . . ROTC, 2nd Lt. EDWIN HILL . Exceptional . . Williams Bay . . Phi Sigma Epsilon . . . Phi Mu Epsilon . . . Band . . Choral Ensemble . . . NSA LESTER HOCHTRITT . . . Secondary . . . West Allis . Audio-Visual Coordination . . . Vets' Club. JEAN F. HUDSON . . . Upper Elementory . . . Milwaukee . . . Sigma Sigma Sigma . . . Wis. Ed Assoc. . . . ACE, Newman Club. CAROLYN HUENECKE . . . Upper Elementory . . . Milwaukee . . . Alpha Gamma Lambda ... Phi Alpho Theta . . . Christian Science Organization. DOLORES HUNKEL . . Secondary . . Milwaukee . . . CWA, Pres. . . . USNSA, Wis. Chairmon . . Alpha Gamma Lambdo, Pres. . . . IVY. JOHN JACOBY . . . Art . . . Greendole . . . Delta Kappa . . . Cor. Sec. . . . IFC . . . Student Gov't Bd. . . . ASL . . . Newman Club. FLORENCE JANOWSKI . . . Upper Elementory . . . West Allis . . . WRA . . . Delta Chi Sigmo, Sec. . . Newman Club . . . ACE. CLAIRE JANE JAVORE Upper Elementary . . Menomonee Falls . . . Lambda Phi Chi . . . Shepard Alumni, Sec. RICHARD C. JEFFERY Upper Elementary . . . Cudahy . . . Delta Kappa. CAROLAN JENSEN . . . Exceptional . . . Milwaukee . . Health ond Welfore Comm. . . . Philocophio . . . IVCF. DAVID J. JENSEN . . . Secondary . . Racine . . . NSA . . . Audio-Visual . Alpho Phi Omega. INGRID JOHL . . Art Education . Port Washington . . Marietto Dorm , Pres . . . Interdorm Council.. , JEANETTE JOHNSON Lower Elementory . . . Fish Creek . . WEA . . . Inter-Varsity. THOMAS B. JOHNSON Upper Elementary ... St. Francis. JANICE M. JONES Music Education . Mauston . . . Choir . . Music Ed. Nat'l Conf. Pres . . . CEBCLARA JORNS . . . Music . . Egg Harbor . . . Choir . . . Music Educotors . . . Concert Bond JAMES KACZMAREK . . . Art Educotion . . Milwaukee . Art Students Leogue . . . Vets' Club. HANNA KAHN . Lower Elementary . . Milwaukee . . . Assoc, for Childhood Ed. . . Hillel. MICHAEL KAISHIAN . . Liberal Arts . . . Milwaukee . Phi Sigma Epsilon, Vice Pres. . . Student Gov't . Wrestling. COLETTE KANNENBERG . Lower Elementary . . . Racine . Lambda Phi Chi, Vice Pres . Cheerleader Copt. . . . Dorado Vice Pres . . . Intersorority. ARTHUR KELLER . . . Letters and Science . . . Milwaukee . . . Freshman Orientation Comm. . . . Psych. Club. EARL KITTLESON ... Art Education . . . Milwaukee . . Art Student's Leogue, Bd Member. EDNA KLIESCH . . Secondary . . . Milwaukee . . Alpha Delto, Sec. . . Exec Editor, POST . . . Co-editor, Handbook. SUZANNE LADD KLUNDER . . Exceptional . . . Pork Foils . . . Phi Mu Sigma . . . Debate. KATHLEEN KLUG . . . Lower Elementary . . . Milwaukee . . . Sigma Omicron Delto, Pres . . . Delto Chi Sigmo . . . ACE . . . LSA . IVY . Orch. JUNE KNAEBE . . Exceptional . . . Milwaukee . . . Sigma Alpha Eta, Sec MARY KNUTSON Exceptional . West Salem . . . Sigma Sigmo Sigma . . . Phi Mu Sigma. JEROME KOPECKY . . . Secondary . . Milwaukee . Phi Sigma Epsilon, Treas . . . Wrestling Copt. . . . Tennis . . . Delto Chi Sigma . USG RAYMOND KOTZ . . . Liberal Arts . . . Wauwatosa . . Vets' Club. JAMES KREITZER . . . Art . . . Shawano . . . ASL, Pres. . . . PEAK Night, Pres. ... Interdorm . . Exhibition Comm. JUNE KRUEGER . . . Upper Elementory . Milwaukee . . Gamma Theta Upsilon, Pres. . . ACE . . . Christian Science Group ROBERTA KRUEGER Upper Elementary Appleton . . . Alpha Gamma Lambda . . . ISC . Wesley Foundation . . . Girls' Glee . . . ACE THOMAS KUBIAK . Letters ond Science . , . Milwaukee . . . Football . . . Delta Sigma Koppo . . M Club.DORIS KUEHL . . . Lower Elementory . . . New Holstein . . . ACE. ROBERT KUJELLIS . . . Exceptional . . . Ro-cine . . . Phi Mu Sigmo. MARTIN KUTNYAK . . Exceptional . . . Milwaukee . . . Sigma Alpho Eta. RALPH KWIECINSKI . . . Liberal Arts . . . Milwaukee. AUDREY LAGERMAN . . . Upper Elementory . . . Milwaukee . . . WRA . . Dorodo, Pres . . . Orchesis. MARSHA ROSENBERG LAMBERT . Upper Elementary . . . Milwaukee . . . ACE . . . WEA . . . Sophomore Honors MARILYNN LANGENDORF . . Upper Ele- mentory . . . Milwaukee . . . Choir . . . Union Bd____LSA, Sec____ACE HARVEY LARSON . . . Music . . . Boroboo . . . IVCF . . . Phi Mu Alpha . . . Holiday Singers . . . Interdorm Council. DIANA LEE LATONDERS . . Lower Elementary . Menomonee Falls . . . Sigmo Sigma Sigmo . ACE . . Social Comm. RUBY LAUBENSTEIN . . Lower Elementary . . . Milwaukee . . . ACE . . . Lutheran Compos Fellowship. WILLIAM R. LAWRENCE . . . Upper Elementary . , . Richlond Center . Alpho Phi Omega . . . Newman Club . . . Biol., Geo., Club. BERNICE LEHN . . . Lower Elementary . . . Slinger . . . ACE . . . Human Relotions Comm., Sec. . . . Newman Club. NANCY LEHNEN . . Lower Elementary . . . Milwaukee . . Lombdo Phi Chi . . . Assoc, for Childhood Education MILDRED LEMOINE Lower Elementary . . . Milwaukee . . . Alpha Gamma Lambda . . . Swim Club at Modison. DWIGHT LOGAN . . . Lower Elementary . . South Milwoukee . . . WEA . . . Vets' Club . . . Audio-Visual. ELLA MAE LORFELD Lower Elementary . . . Newton . . . Delto Chi Sigma . . ACE . . Marietta House, Vice Pres CWA JUNE S. LUKASZEWSKI . . Upper Elemen-tory . . . Milwoukee . . . Dorodo . . . Assoc, for Childhood Ed. SHIRLEY MALTBY . . . Lower Elementary . . . Milwoukee . . . Union Comm, . . . Lambda Phi Chi . . . Newman Club . . ACE. HARRY L. MARTIN . . . Upper Elementary . . . Milwaukee ... Phi Sigma Epsilon . Footboll . . Wrestling . . Track . CEB. AUSTIN MASON . . . Liberol Arts . . . Milwaukee . . . CHESHIRE . . . TIMES . Beta Phi Theta . . . Alpha Delto . . . Cross Country. KAREN MATHISON Lower Elementary . . . Milwaukee. WILLIAM JAMES MAURER . . . Liberal Arts . . Grafton Beto Phi Theta, Sec . . . Delto Chi Sigma . . Young Dems, Treos. . . . LSA. MARION McFARLIN . . . Lower Elementory . . . Friendship . . . Sigmo Sigma Sigma Vice Pres. CAROLINE MECKES . . . Upper Elementary . . . Watertown . . Sigma Sigmo Sigma . . . ACE . . . IVY . . . Health and Welfare Comm. SHIRLEY MELCHIOR . . . Lower Elementary . . . Kaukauna . . . Choir . . . Alpha Gamma Lambda . . . Assoc, for Childhood Ed. . . . CWA GEORGE MERCHANT . . Letters and Science . . . Beloit. RICHARD A. MERKLEIN . . . Exceptional . , Milwaukee . . . Philocophio, Pres. . . . Human Relations Comm. . . . Phi Alpho Theta. WILLIAM E. MEYER . . . Music . South Milwaukee . . Pi Mu Alpho, Symphonia . . . Band . College Orchestra. MARLENE M. MAGLIACCIO . . Lower Elementary Cudahy . Alpha Gemma Lambda, Pres. . . . Assoc, for Childhood Ed. ROBERT MODRZEJEWSKI . Upper Elementary . . Milwaukee . Delta Sigma Kappa. JOANNE MOE Lower Elementary Milwaukee . Alpha Delta Sigma . ACE . . . A Capella Choir . . Holiday Singers. MARGIE MOHR Exceptional Mil- waukee Newman Club . . . IRC, Pres. . . . Phi Mu Sigma, Sec., Vice Pres. . . . POST WILLIAM MOREHOUSE . Exceptional Milwaukee . . . Philocophio. RICHARD E. MORING . . Upper Elementary Milwaukee . . Alpho Phi Omega, Sec., Pres. . College Men's Assoc., Ex. Bd ’ JANICE MORONG Secondary . . . West Allis . LSA . University Theatre . Young Dems. MILTON M. MOSKOWITZ . . Upper Elementary Milwaukee . . Alpho Phi Omega. Page 232ANNE MUELLER . Lower Elementary . . . Jefferson . . . Morietto House, Treas. . . . Bond . . . LSA . . . ACE. ROBERT MUNDT . . Upper Elementary . Milwaukee . . . Phi Alpho Theta . . . ACE . . . LSA . . . Vets' Club. SCOTT NETZEL , . . Upper Elementary . . . Milwaukee . . . Football . . . Trock. . . . Delta Sigma Kappa . . . M Club . . . Bosket-ball. CECILIA OGLE . . Elementary . . . Milwaukee JOYCE DEVI OHRI . . . Upper Elementary . . . Milwaukee IRC . . German Club. DOLORES OLDENBURG Lower Elementary . . Milwaukee . . . Chi Sigma Lambda . . . LSA . . . German Club . . . ACE. MARGARET O'LEARY . . Lower Elementary . . . Portage . . . ACE. JAMES H. OLSON . . . Upper Elementary . . . Milwaukee ... Sr. Closs, Vice Pres. . Wrestling . . M Club JERI OLSON . . . Liberal Arts . . . Milwaukee . . . Kappa Lambda Iota, Sec. . . Social Comm . Soph Sweetheart, 1955. DAVID ORAVEZ . . . Art . . . Waukesha . . . ASL, Soph Rep. NANCY PAGEL . . . Art Education . . . Wau-watoso . . . LSA . . . Chi Sigma Lambdo . . . UWA, Pres. . . . WRA ... ASL . . LSA . . . Fr. Vice Pres. CARLA PAPENFUS . Upper Elementory . . . Milwaukee . . . Dorodo, Pres. . . . Chi Sigma Lambda, Pres . . Senior Closs, Sec. TOM PARSONS . . Art Education . . . Milwaukee . Union Ed., Pres . . . Beta Phi Theta Track . •. . Cross Country . . .M Club HELEN PAUKERT . . . Lower Elementary . . . . . . Kohler . . . Sigma Sigma Sigma . . . Assoc for Childhood Ed . . . Stock Co. BARBARA PELTIN . . . Lower Elementory . . . Milwaukee . . . Assoc, for Childhood Ed. PENELOPE PERSZYK . . Lower Elementory . . . Milwaukee . . . Sigma Omicron Delta, Vice Pres. . . . ACE . . . Newman Club . . . WSI_____WRA KAREN PETERS . . Lower Elementary . . . Watertown . . . LSA . . . ISC, Pres. . . Sigma Sigma Sigma . . . UWA, Sec., Vice Pres. ROBERT S. PHILLEO . . . Letters and Science . . . Milwaukee WSG, Vice Pres. . . . Young Dems, Vice Pres. . . . Golf.CAROLE PHILLIPS . . . Lower Elementary , . , West Allis . . . Kappa Lambda lota, Pres. . . . ACE, Treas. . . . ISC. Corr Sec WILLIAM J. PIERCE JR. Art Educat.on Milwaukee . . . Beta Phi Theta . College Men's Assoc. Pres . . ASL, Soc Comm JANICE PLADSON . . . Upper Elementary . . Sheboygan Holiday Singers . . Chi Sigma Lambda . . . WRA . . . ACE . . . Inter Arts. BARBARA PLAUTZ Exceptional . . . Kingston . . . Sigma Alpha Eta ESTELLE PLAZEK . . Upper Elementory . Milwaukee . . . Chorol Ensemble. LOIS PLOUS . . Liberal Arts . . . Milwaukee. GAIL PODEWELTZ . . Lower Elementary . . . Fond du Loc . . . ACE . . LSA . . . Marietta House, Vice Pres, Treas. LAVERNE JOHNSON PODJASKI . . Lower Elementary Wittenberg . . Interdorm, Vice Pres . PEAK Night. JAMES PORFILIO . Upper Elementary . , . Milwaukee . . . Delta Kappa, Pres, Not'l. Corr. Sec. . . . Stock Co. Students, faculty members, youngsters—a group of voried individuals, united in one gool—go. Cardinals'ELAINE PORT . Art Education . . . Mil- WQ U K CO RENEE G. PRINE . . . Music . . . Fond du Loc . Alpha Delta Sigma . Choir . . . MENC . . Shepord Dorm, Pres. . . . Girl's Glee. PATRICIA PURDY . . Exceptional . . . Milwaukee , . . Philocophio. NEIL T. PURTELL . . . Letters and Science . . St. Paul, Minnesota. DONALD G. RAMBADT . . . Upper Elementary . Newton . . Beta Phi Theta. Pres., Sec. . . . USG, Pres . . . Union Bd, Pres BARBARA RAYNOR . Secondary . Milwaukee . . . Lambda Phi Chi, Pres . . . Koppo Delta Pi . . . Delta Chi Sigma . . UWA . . . Coediquette Comm. . . WRA MARILYN REGELE . . Lower Elementory Milwaukee . . ACE Newmon Club. DONNA REHFELDT Upper Elementary . . Appleton . . . Sigmo Sigma Sigma . . . WRA. Historian, Sec. . . Monetto Dorm. Sec MARIE REM . . Lower Elementory . Clinton . ACE . . . LSA . . . Mixed Chorus . . . A Cappello Choir. CAROL RIESENWEBER . Lower Elementory . . Appleton . . . IVCF . . . ACE . . . Kenwood Holl, Trees. Interdorm, SUE ANN ROACH . . Lower Elementary . . . Baroboo . . ACE . . . Newman Club . . , Koppo Lombdo lota . . . Dorado . . Religious Council. PETER ROIDT . Exceptional . Viroqua . . . Phi Mu Sigma. KURT N. ROLLMAN . . . Upper Elementary . . Milwaukee . . Phi Sigma Epsilon, Sec. .... WEA Athletic Comm . Wrestling . . . IFC. MARY MONICA ROMAN Exceptional . . Shullsburg . . . Kappa Lambda Iota . „ . Prom Queen . . Soph. Sweetheart Jr. Closs Trees. RICHARD ROMAN Exceptional . . . Milwaukee . USG Jr. Closs Pres . . . Phi Sigma Epsilon, Pres. . . . Alpho Sigma Eto . . Prom King. NANCY ROSENBAUM . . . Letters ond Science ... St Louis. DOUGLAS J. ROSENBECKER . . Upper Elementary . . . Milwaukee . . . Delta Kappa. JACK RUSSOVE , . . Upper Elementary . Milwaukee . . Phi Sigma Epsilon . . . Vets' Club. Page 235SANDRA SAGERER . . . Lower Elementary . , . Milwaukee . . . Sigma Sigma Sigma, Sec DOROTHY M. SAIBERLICH . . . Lower Elementary . . Appleton . . . Kenwood Hall, Pres. . . . Delto Omicron, Treos. . . WRA . . Alpho Delto . . IVY PHILIP SCARDINA . . . Upper Elementary . Milwaukee Alpho Phi Omega, Vice Pres., Corr. Sec . . . ROTC, Drill Team Comm. RICHARD SCHICK . . . Liberol Arts . . . Milwaukee . . . Biology Club, Pres . . . Wrestling . . . M Club . . Alpha Phi Omega . . , Newman Club. WARREN V. SCHILDER . . . Letters and Science . Milwaukee . . . News Service, IVY, POST, Photographer . . . Alpho Delta . . . ASL BARBARA SCHUCHARDT . . . Lower Elementary . . . Sheboygan . . . Holiday Singers . . . Eto Sigmo Phi, Treas., Sec. . . . MENC . . . ACE EDWARD SCHUH . . . Exceptional . . . Milwaukee . . Kappa Delta Pi . . . Phi Mu Sigma . Debate Club. CHARLES E. SCHULZ . . . Secondary . • . Milwaukee. ROGER SCHUTTE . . . Liberal Arts . She-boygon. BARBARA SELIG . Lower Elementary . . Menosha . . ACE, Vice Pres . . . Delta Chi Sigma . . Newman Club, Treas MARY ANN SELKEY ... Art Education . . . Clifton . . CWA . . ASL, Sec . . . IVY Staff. TOBY SIEGL . . Ocooomowoc . . . Sigma Alpho Eto Alpho Epsilon Phi. CHARLES SIGMUND Music Education Milwaukee Holiday Singers, Director ... Phi Mu Alpha . . . Bond . . Choir. DIANE JEAN SIMON Lower Elementary . . . Milwaukee . . . Kappa Lombdo loto, Pres. Corr. Sec. . . . ACE. REGINA SLINGSBY . . Secondary . . . Milwaukee . Young Dems . . . University Theotre DONALD F. SMITHES . . Letters ond Science . . . Milwaukee . . . POST, Ex. Editor . . Beta Phi Theto. Pres . . . PEAK Nt., Chrm. MARCIA SOBKOWIAK . . Upper Elementary . . Milwaukee . . . WRA . . . UWA, Coediquette Comm JAMES SOMERVILLE . Secondary Milwoukee . POST, City, Copy, Sports Editor . . . Beta Phi Theta . . . Phi Alpho Theta . , . Alpha Delta.DONALD SOMMER . . . Upper Elementary . . . Milwaukee . . . Delto Sigma Koppa PATRICIA SOMMER . . . Exceptional . Milwaukee . . . Phi Mu Sigma . . . Girl's Rifle Team. RICHARD SOMMERFIELD . . . Upper Elementary Milwaukee Alpha Phi Omega, Pres. . . . College Men's Assoc., Vice Pres . . . ACE. MARY ANN SONCHAR . . Letters and Science . . . West Allis . . . Lambda Phi Chi, Vice Pres . . . Court of Honor, Prom, Homecoming. LELAND SPANGLER . . L.berol Arts . . . Milwaukee . . , Vets' Club. Pres. . , . Stock Co. . . Basketball . Track. JERRY STANZER . . Liberol Arts . . . West Milwaukee . . . Delto Sigma Koppa . . . Football . . . Track . . . Bosketball . . . Baseball . . . M Club CAROL STECKLING . . . Upper Elementary . . Milwaukee . Alpho Delto Sigmo, Sec., Historion . . ACE . Choral Ensemble JOHN SULLIVAN . Upper Elementary . . Milwaukee . . CEB . IFC, Pres , . . Football . . . CEB . . . Delto Sigma Kappa . . . ACE. NSA PATRICIA L. SULLIVAN . Lower Elemen-tory . Milwaukee . . ACE, Rec Sec FREDERIC L. SYMAN Upper Elementary . Milwaukee . . . Beta Phi Theta JEANETTE THODE Upper Elementary . . . Milwoukee . Stock Co. JOAN THOMPSON . . Lower Elementary Milwoukee . . Kappa Lombda lota, Corr Sec . ACE . . . Kappa Delto Phi . . . Soc. Comm . . ISC. ROBERT C. THOMPSON . . Exceptional . . Milwaukee . . Sigma Alpha Eto, Vice Pres . Platform Comm., Chairman . . . TIMES. DAVID THORNE . Art Education Kalamazoo, Michigan . Wesley Foundation, Pres. . Delta Koppa Omicron, Chop-loin . . . ASL YVONNE THUROW . . Lower Elementary . . Ocoodmowoc . . Lambda Phi Chi . . . Homecoming Queen ACE LSA . . UWA. Jud Comm HAROLD S. TOWER , . L.berol Arts Milwoukee Men's Chorus Delto Kappo, Vice Pres , Pledge Moster . IFC ROCHELLE HOPPE TROMP . Music Milwoukee . . Delta Omicron . . MENC, Sec., Treos Orch , Treos. Choral Ensemble. CAROL ULIG . Exceptional Cedar- burg . . Kappa Lombda loto, Rec Sec. . . Soc Comm., Trees . . Homecoming, Chrm .. CEBGERTRUDE VANDERZANDT . Upper Elementary . . Milwaukee . . . IVY, Editor in Chief . . Alpha Delta, Pres . . . Sigma Omicron Delto ISC ROSELIE VAN DEUREN . . Liberal Arts . . Milwaukee . . . IVY . . . TIMES . . . PEAK Nt., Bd. Alpha Gammo Lambda, Vice Pres,, Rec. Sec MYRTLE VELIE Exceptional Phi Mu Sigma. CHARLES E. VINCENT JR. . . Liberol Arts . . . Milwaukee . . . Delta Sigma Koppa, Grandmaster . . , IFC . . . Ath Comm , Vice Pres. KARL VOLLSTEDT . . Music . . . New Holstein Holiday Singers . Choir . . . Dramatics, MARJORIE VRUWINK . . Upper Elementary . . Cedar Grove . . Delta Chi Sigma . . , IVCF . . . Biology Club . . . ACE. JOYCE WADDELL . . . Music . . Milwaukee . . Alpho Gommo Lambda, Sec. . , Choral Ensemble, Sec. . . . Band . . . Choir . . . MENC. JEAN WALDAU . . Lower Elementary . . . . . . Sheboygan . ACE . . Newmon Club . . . Chorus . . . TIMES Staff . . . CWA. GEORGE E. WALKER Letters and Science . . Chicogo, Illinois . . . M Club . . . New-man Club . . Vets' Club. JOAN WALTERS GRACE WANNMACHER . . Lower Elementary . Milwaukee . . . Platform, Social tomm . , . IVCF . . Ref. Coun., Chrm. WILBUR WAY . . . Exceptional . . . Medford. JEAN WEGENER . . . Lower Elementary . . . Milwaukee , . Delta Omicron, Vice Pres. . . Phi Alpho Thero, Sec. Holiday Singers, KARL WEGERBAUER . . Upper Elementory . . . Milwaukee , . . UMA . . . Vets' Club. PATRICIA WEIDNER . . . Lower Elementary . . . Wisconsin Dells . . . ACE. Pres. . . Human Relations Comm., Sec. MARY WESTERMAN . . Lower Elementary . . Wauwatosa . . . Lombdo Phi Chi . . . ACE, Corr Sec. ROBERT A. WHALEN . Liberal Arts . . Milwaukee Phi Sigma Epsilon CEB, Organization Chrm. . . . Delta Chi Sigma . . . MSA Coordinator JOYCE WIEMANN . . . Music . . Sheboygan Delto Omicron, Sec., Pub. Chrm. . . . Band . . Choir , , . PEAK Nt. . . . MENC . . . Interdarm. Page 238SARAH WILEY . . . Lower Elementary Wauwatosa . . ACE . . . WRA Elemen-tory Div. Executive Bd BARBARA WILLIS Lower Elementary . . Milwaukee WISA . . Independent House Officer. FAITH WINTER . . . Upper Elementory Wauwatosa . . . IRC . . Christian Science Organization. FREDERICK B. WINTER . Upper Elementary . . . Milwaukee . . Track . . . Vets' Club. JUDITH SMEJKAL WOLFE Upper Elementary . . . Milwaukee . . . Phi Alpha Theta, Sec. . . . ACE . . . Choral Ensemble . . . Drama . . . WRA PATRICIA WOLFGRAM . . . Exceptional . . Milwaukee . . Koppa Lambda lota, Treas. . . Sigma Alpha Eta, Soc. Chrm . . . Summer Prom, Co-Chrm. FREDERICK WOOD . . . Secondary . Milwaukee . . . Secondary Ed , Vice Pres. . . . Football . Wrestling . . Delta Chi Sigma . . . M Club. JOAN WOOD . . Exceptional . . . Milwaukee . . Philocophia . . . WRA MARLYN WYNN . . . Upper Elementary . . . Milwaukee . . . ACE . . . WEA . . , Independent Dorm, Social Chrm. Mental octivity is of various types—check?AUDREY YAMPOL . . . Letters ond Science . . . Whitefish Boy . . . Tronsfer from Modi son. ROBERT J. ZILISCH . . . Letters ond Science . . . West Allis . . . Alpho Delta . . . Vets' Club, Pres . . POST Staff. GAYLE ZIMDARS . . Lower Elementary . . . . . . Milwoukee . . . ACE . . . LSA , . . Mixed Chorus . . . WEA. DAVID ZIMMERMAN . . . Liberol Arts . . . Milwoukee . . POST, Sports Editor . . . IVY, Sports Editor . . Wesley Found. JAMES ZIOLKOWSKI . . . Exceptional . . . Goodman . . . Trock ... Sr. Class Pres. . . . Football ... Phi Mu Sigma . . . Bond. GEORGE ZOSKE . . . Music . . . Milwaukee . . . Phi Mu Alpha, Treos. . . Bond, Pres. . . . Orch. . . . Choir. MARLENE ZUEHLKE . . . Lower Elementary . . . Kewoskum ... ACE ... LSA .. . WRA . . . Choir. In Memoriam A tragic auto accident near Fond du Lac on March 17, 1957, snuffed out the lives of three Wisconsin residents, including UWM senior Gordon Wier-mon, 22, of Kewoskum. Wierman was a member of the June 1957 graduating class, majoring in organic chemistry. He was active in athletics ot WSC and UWM, storring in varsity baseball and basketboll and serving as Beta Phi Theta fraternity athletic director. In memory of Wierman's athletic achievements and interests, the interfraternity council and Beta Phi Theta fraternity have established the GORDON B. WIERMAN INTERFRATERNITY ATHLETIC AWARD. The award consists of a traveling trophy, a giant silver cup, and will be given to the fraternity having the best record in interfraternity sports. Page 240Joe Cardinal looks into the mirror of the future os he prepares for his final day at UWMIndex — A — Accola. Joanne... 107, 15$. 192. 218, 224 Adam Rose Mart ..........................128 Ahlgren. Harold.....80. 91. 97. 117. 155 Ahrens. Janet........................... 197 Akiyama, Shigeko .........................196 Albtoro. Frank ...........................195 Albrecht. Sarah...............118. 149. 193 Alcott. Elizabeth .................150. 218 Alt. Irene ...............................197 Althoen. Henry ...............151. 203. 224 Amraerman. Joan...........................224 Amoroso. Nina ......................52. 211 Anderson. Myron ....................... 224 Anderson. Carl E...................149, 203 Anderson. Carole ..................218. 224 Anderson. Dorothy...................S3. 192 Anderson. Janet ..............193. 218. 224 Anderson. Janice .............187. 197. 216 Anderson. Judith .........................197 Anderson. Richard ........................224 Androy. Barbara ...................211. 224 Anthony. James ...........................152 Appel. Shirley .........93. 151. 168. 189. 197. 208 . 218 Amdt. Doris ... 34. 111. 112. 117. 153. 155. 217, 224 Aranow. Dale ......................204. 224 Ashenbrcnner. Shirley ....................196 Augustine. Leroy ..................123. 12S — B — Babcock. Kcthleen ........................197 Bachmann. C...............................151 Bacon. Bonita ......................31, 211 Baerman. Neil ............................207 Baerwald. Nell ............................ 6 Bagley. Keljh......................120. 124 Bagstad. Judith...............155. 217, 224 Bohr. Barbara ............................192 Baler. Joseph ......................70. 75 Borden. Aleionder ........................205 Borner. Wally ............................224 Baron. Jacquelyn .........................224 Barrette. Htta ....................217. 224 Bartel. Susan ............................192 Bartelt. Frederick .......................206 Bartkowioc. Donald ------158. 168. 178, 177 Bartkowskl. Eugene .......................144 Bartness. Garold ...................85. 117 Basham. Carole .............. 106. 151. 209 Bastle. Pasqualine.......41. 187. 217. 224 Bassett. J................................193 Bastinanuiti. Silbana ....................141 Bauer. Doits ............106. 109. 117. 214 Bauer. Sandra ............................193 Baumann. Vivian ..........................192 Baumboch. Lois ....................193, 218 Bayley. Monica ........................... 84 Beck. Roberta .....................29. 211 Becker. Florence ........142. 143. 145. 224 Behling. Carolyn .........................124 Bekeri . Laimoaie ........................224 Bekken. Ronald ...........................184 Bellinghauten. Susan ..............107. 214 Belton. John .............................224 Bender. Jantce ...........98. 145. 193. 225 Bennett James ............................225 Bennett. John ............................145 Bennett. Russell ..................151, J04 Benson. Marilyn ..........25. 192. 208. 213 Betiter, Nannette ........................197 Bentley. Heidi ....................41. 197 Berdelnan. Karyl ......................... 89 Berenz. Thomas ...........................195 Berg. Janice .............................217 Betglund Nancy ...........................210 Bemdt. Mary...............38. 118. 196. 211 Bernsi Richard ...........................207 Berryman. Paul ....................Ill, 225 Bertorello. Carolyn.................Hi. 143 Bethko. Judith ......................... 147 Sever. Beverly ........................... Bialk. Bernard ........................... Biederer. Helen ...................94, 218 Bischmann. Kenneth Bischoti. Daniel_____ BtschoH. Suzanne ... Boorman. K. .. Bober. Claudia Boden, Dennis Born. John ...................... Born. Palsy ....................... Boraykowski. Anthony ..............164. 205 Bourke, Frances ....................... 193 Bosak. Irene ........................... 73 Branch. David ............53. 111. 113. 117 Brandt. Emil .....147. 159. 164. 204. 225 Brand|en. Judith .......................189 Breckman. J. .......................... 96 Brenner. Ruth ................124. 126. 192 Breske. Nancy......................211. 225 Backhouse. Beth ......28. 41. 58. 101. 213 Brtskev. Robert ........................205 Brtskin. Phyllis ...................145 225 Brockway. Wayne ...................164. 205 Bronnsr. Ralph .........................195 Brown. George... .23. 25. 39. 159. 164. 205 Brumblay. Ray ..........................159 Bruner. George ..........................63 Brungraber. Evelyn .....................197 Brunner. Helen .........................146 Brusky. Jcmes .....................125. 203 Buchler. Jane ......................... 225 Budsik. Arthur ....................168. 178 Budxrnz. Trank ...............159. 164. 205 Bushier. Gerald ........................148 Buelow. Werner ...............111. 124. 126 Bulin. Ellen ......................151. 209 Bunck. Doris ...........................197 Bunker. Donald.....................202. 225 Buran. Charlene ........................225 Burgess. Keith .........................225 Burgess. Robert ...................145. 225 Burk. Glen .............................159 Burk. James ...................... 159. 225 Burk. Patncia .................29. 41. 214 Burns Vltgle ...........................192 Burr. Robert ...........................128 Burst Bruahilde ........................216 Bury. Elaine .......................41, 118 Busikiewtci. Rita ......................119 Buth. Kyp......................... Byrnes. Richard ................. — C — .149 .207 Calkuie. Kary ..........................213 Component Charles ............... 204. 225 CampbelL Norma...................209. 226 Carleen. William ................159. 164 Carlson. Doaald ........................124 Carothere Helen ........................217 Caucult. Allen .........................226 Cecil Richard .............94. 96. 142. 226 Ceik Russell ...........................206 Cerull. Roger ..........................206 Cetton. Kenneth ........................148 Chappie. Nancy .........................193 Cherwtnka. Gerald ......................149 Chinlund. Valerie ......................218 Chladil. Edwin ....................123. 126 Christensen. Carol ................45. 89. 90. 93. 206. 211 Christensea. Susan .....................197 Christenson. Peter .....................178 Christopherson. Anita ..................118 Cira. Richard ...................184. 165 Clark. Carol............................210 154 Clark. James 123 225 Clark. Karen 209 225 Clason. Don ...204 .125 Cleary. James 16-4 126 Clinton. James 120. 123. 125 225 Coburn. Carol Jean ... 124 142 CoKelt. Wilma 213 .154 Cohen. Theodore 201 1. 97 Colbert. Gwendolyn 226 154 Conlare. Harry 125. 184. 185 188 Conlare. Robert .128 143 Connors. Paul .... 118 122. 124. 126. 195 200 Contorno, Nicholas .. .. 120. 125 225 Conway. Carolyn 193 .154 Corlelt, Carla .. .216 .128 Counlhan. Manlyn . . . . . .213. 214 226 82 Courtright. Josephine .. .... 149. 193. 211 .201 Cradler. Jantce .193 Cucinollo. Peter . 226 .204 Cummings. J .164. 2CS Cuttler. Elaine .... 218 — D — Dadian. Onn;g ..........................164 Dahlke. Susan ..........................216 Dahm. Carol ......................208. 212. 226 Damkoehler. Ann Ruth ...............218 Dosiis. Dorothy .......................211. 226 Darnels. Carol................25. 106. 128 Darkow. Richard .....................124 Daub!. Helen ...........................2C9 Dauer. Donna Mae.............188. 209. 226 Daul. Charles ..........................207 Daul. Delrdre ..........................216 Dauska. Margaret ......................193. 226 Davis. Dianne ...........31. 39. 161. 213 Davis. Judith .....................29. 161. 226 Davis. Nancy .......45. 93. 102. 192. 214 Dawley Richard .........................206 Decker. Karla ..........................197 Delavon. Nancy.....29. 101. 136. 208. 211 Demien Deanna .................94 95. 213 Deschler. Ann ..........................141 Desing. Jo.........145. 153. 187. 192. 226 Dietrich. John ........103. 170. 171. 173. 182. 205. 226 Dias. Barbara ....................151. 192 Dittmon. Marlene .......................128 Dobbs. Gary ............................159 Doherty. Betty .........................217 Donald. Diane ....................... 192 Doahoueer. Paul .............107. 111. 203 Donohue. Eileen ........................210 Dotnbach. Thomas .......................164 Dorner. Anthony ........................228 Doudna. Lonnie ........ ....118. 124. 126. 149, 195. 206 Douglas. Andtew ......................226 Dressier. Melvin........159. 164. 184. 185 Drewek. James ........................ 164 Drumlnskl. Betty .................146. 147 Dugan. John ............118, 122. 128. 226 Dulko. John ........................ -.,202 Dumke, Anita ...........................209 Dunbek. Mary ...........................123 Dunham Barbara .................... 216 Dunn. Margaret .........................149 Dunn. Denny .......................... 195 Duquatne, William ......................171 DuszynekL James ........................226 Dustinskl, Leonard 204 Dwoskm. Belle .......................128 — E — Ebbers. Rcbeit ...................124. 226 Ebel. Nancy ..................96. 196. 214 Ebner. Diane ...........................146 Ebner. Susan ...........................214 Edward. Arnold ..............120, 124. 126 Edwards. Richard .................159. 164 Eggener. Heiga .......................193 Eggener. E ...........................218 Ehters. Fern ...........................187 Ehn. Byron .............................203 Eh rich. Ardith ..................145. 197 Ehrlich. Marilyn .................142. 151Etchfeld. William ... Cunermann. Joyce ... Eisenhut. Thomas ... Eiger. John ......... Flmatgreen George . Emanuelson. William Ender. ]............. Enqel Carla ....... Eagla. Carl ......... Erdman, Robert .... Erdman. B............ Euting. Gerald ...... Evanecn. Barbara ... Eye. Gian ............ — F .....186. 200 ...........211 ...........120 ............207 ............ 79 169. 178. 206 ...........128 .....164. 216 .....144. 204 .....123. 126 ...........166 ............164 ...........210 .............70 Fabtaao. Daniel ...................165. 196 Fabich. Hobart ...............164. 171. 175 Falk. Audrey ......................145. 217 Falk. !o Anne ..........................197 Falk, ludtlh ...........................196 Falk. Sandra ...........................155 Farquhar. Mary ..........................US Farwell. Ann..........88. 89. 192. 208. 214 Fassett Leonard ........................164 rechtmeyer Nancy .......................216 Fahihaber. Poul ..............111. 152. 166 Fehtaann. H.............................149 Fehr. Margtt ...........................147 Felnai. Loretta ........................218 Ferguson. Thomas ..................... 196 Fields. John ...........................124 FUealus, Darlene .......................118 Findier. Harry .........................207 Flak. R.................................149 Finley. Alice .....................128. 209 Flecher. Dorothy .......................151 Fischer. Nancy ....................152. 189 Fishman. Samuel ........................201 Fitch. James ...........................204 Fitzgerald. Sheila .....................211 Fur. George ........................93. 202 Flavin. Shirley ........................ 93 Fleischer. John ........................1S3 Flock. June ..................188. 196. 209 Fohr. Richard ................114. 160. 200 Fotdvary. Patricia .....................209 Polwer. A...............................164 Forrest Frank .........................218 Foley. Patricia L ......................197 Fod. Robert ............................185 Frahm. Barbara .........................217 Frank Donna............................181 Franklin. Joleen .......................168 Fransa. A r line .......................124 Fraser. David ............88. 90. 169. 204 Fred. Edwin ........................... 67 Freeman. Maxwell ....................... BO Frets. Barbara A. ......................118 Fretdel. James .........................204 Frtedewald. Marvin .....................204 Fried land. Irvin .................135. 169 Frieeiad. Marjorie.................165. 193 Fuchs. Ellen ......................146. 213 Fuchs. Gordon ............................. Fuchs. Nancy Mae .......................123 Fuhrman. Lester ........................ 91 Fullmer Mary ......................149. 193 Furnta. H ..............................149 Fusek. Ronald ..........................206 — G — Gale. Donald ........ GallUer. Harold .... GalL David .......... Call lane ........... Ganot. Joan ......... Gorier. |. .......... Gatee. Bruce ........ Gatlord. Dorothy ... Gaucttano. N......... Gaydoe. Stephen M . Geberl. Frederick III GeU. Lloyd .......... Gelcntcn. Sonia ..... ........97. 142 ............201 .............164 ..........:..2i6 .............164 .............124 .......195. 228 .............229 .............164 .............171 ............128 .............171 24 42. 45. 153 Geller, Gary ........................ 148 Gempler. Jane .........................197 George. Cttflord... 143. US. 152. 153. 228 Gereod. Francee ....94. 85. 111. 143. 2C8 Gersbowitz. Beatrice ............12B. 208. 215 Gersonde. R............................149 Gevers. Mary ....................... ..196 Geyer. Richard ........................IBS Glbeon. Twyila ................. 192. 211 Gilbertson. Elatne ....................211 Gjere. Cllbert A.......................202 Glaser. Beverly ............145, 217, 228 Gloor. Audrey.....................118. 228 Glysch. Joan .....................193. 211 GoB. Chari ................................ Goldberg. Michael .....................201 Gondek. Camille .......................216 Gonzales, Janice ......................228 Good. D.................................U7 Good. Jon .............................202 Good. Lynn ............................ 93 Gordon. Winifred ................. 98. 123 Goenell. Judith ..................123. 213 Goulet Merle; .........................209 Gove. Marjorie.....34. 110. 113. 165. 218 Crace. Joanne. ...110. 143. 165. 210 229 Graham. Francee .......................189 Granlnger. Donna ......................146 Grapp. Robert L ...................45. 206 Gratke. Fred ........................ 142 Greek. Robert ...................153. 155. 22B Griffith. Elizabeth ....14 . 187. 218. 228 Grimes. Cathleen ......................188 Criasteln. Peter ......................201 Grittinger. Thomas ....................146 Grossman. Marvin ......................201 Groth. Eugene .........................163 Groth. Frederick ......................183 Grzotvo. Harry ........................183 Guss. John ............................IBS Gustafson Harold ......................195 Gutknecht. Shirley ...............209. 228 Gutteter. Lee .........................202 Gutteier. W. Bert ...........122. 126. 126 — H — Heinrich. Marlene .124 H .nzelmon. Sandra Henke. Fred ...... ...118. 122. 124. 126 Henderson. Walter .207 Henning. Marilyn .. .217 Henningeqoard. A. .160. 217 Herbst. Jane .213. 229 Hetbst. William .. 203. 229 Hetinq. Roger Hess. Henry Hess. Leslye 136 Hester. Michael .... . 95 HetseL Mary .149. 197 Heyroth. Allen .... Hey wood. Nancy . .98. 209 Kill Edwin 155. 206. 229 Hlmmelmann. Frank . 81 Kintz. E . 164 H;n «. Helen .193 210 Hitch let. Mary Lou .189 Hochtriti. Lester ... .229 Hodge. Edwin . 71 Holt. Robert 118. 122. 126 Horn. Maryl .192. 218 Horngren, Richard . .148. 204 Hotchkiss. Mary ... .216 Howard. Joan 196 Howard. Virginia .193 Howell, Margaret . .209 Huberty. Lee Henry .195 Huberty. Robert ... • 2CS Kucek. Phyllis ...125. 126 195. 217 .218 229 .210. 229 Hunkel. Dolores'.... 97. 98. 142, 210. 229 Huncicker. Alfred .142. 202 Huntington. Barbara 209 Hurd Mary 219 Hurlbutt. David .... 146 Huseby. G 206 Imse. Mary ...............................218 Ingrolli. Anthony ....................... 97 I to. Jeanette ...........................193 Itzin. William .....................123. 124 Haock. Darlene ..................181. 214 Haas A. ............................122 Haas. Richard ......................203 Hockbarth. Barbara ..................145 Haeiner. Thomas .................118. 12V Kagberg. Joanne .....................228 Hagea. Janet ....................196. 209 Haglund. Clare .................161. 168 Hahn. Grace .........................162 Hahn. Hans .......................... 228 Hahn. Kenneth ......................228 Hahn. J.............................149 Hahn. Richard ......................186 Halberg. Laurie ........... 149. 203. 228 Haldemann. Frederick ............120. 126 Hall Marilyn ........................149 Halle!!. Shirley ................217. 228 Halt R................................124 Kalvorsen. Bjorn ....................206 HammeL Diane .........................197 Kaniaban. Thomas ..........170. 171. 175 Hansen. Donald ......................126 Hansen. Jocklyn .....................192 Hansen Lee ......................202. 203 Hansen. R.............................124 Hanson. L ...........................142 Hatker. Karyn ...................189, 197 Karris. Allan ........................124 Hart Donald ................31. 134. 135 Hase. Robert .............163. 186. 228 Hass. 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Nancy .........................231 Leicht. Allan .........................118 Lemoine. Mildred ......................231 Lemp. Marian ............98. 99. IS1. 214 Lenroot, Arthur .......................178 Leu Hoa ..........................151. 192 Liberato. Donna ................. 208. 216 Lighlloot. Allred .... 142. 143 146. 1S2 Lind Marshall .........................203 Lock . Vivian .........................107 Logan. Dwight .........................231 lluwner Harihvan I AH 80HNIMAN. Prep. a PAINTS ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES - RADIOS 244S N OOWNtl AVI. IDgeweed 7 7120 RIEGELMAN’S DOWNER PHARMACY 3116 N. Downer Avenue Phone EDgowood 2-9877 -M- We DeliverWhen you .turn a faucet... flip a v switch:Cstep on the gas... or do many of the other little things that add up to convenient, economical modern living... chances are there's an A. O. Smith product behind the scenes YOU probably recognize some A. O. 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Ellen ..................14S. 193. 231 Lor rig, Judith .......................196 Lovdal. Janice .................146. 210 Loyda. Jock .................»S9. 164. 1 3 Luck. Paul .......................143. 1S2 Lueck. Wayne ..........................1SS Lueliwitx. Allen ......................207 Lukassewskt. June .....................231 Lund. Edward ............S4. 151. 164. 2C3 Lychwlck. Janet ..................41. 211 Lyons. James ...................116. 143 M Maas. Cornelia ........................153 Machan. James ..................123. 124 Madsen. Gerald .....................151 Mod ion Dene ........................ 118 Maerts. Carol .........................211 Magliaccio. Marlene ...................232 Maqnue. Ruth ....................125. 126. 215 Mahnke. Georqo .....................203 Mahoney. Mo.ra ...................... 214 Mahony. lame ...................118, 122 Mahsun. B. ..........................151 Makt. Sylvia ..........................128 Malm. Mavis ...........................218 Malnwn. Sheldon ....................201 Maloae. Mary ..........................214 Maltby. Shirley........23. 25. 94. 214. 231 Mandel. Bryon ...................154, 200 Mansoux, E. Randa ...............149. 192 Maples- Judith ....................... 213 Maren. Mary ...........................154 Matrussen. Georqette .........93. 208. 217 Maiquardt Rodney ............84. 94. 203 Marsh. Carolyn ......................149 Manta. Charlee ...................93- 2W Martin. Harry .........................232 Martin. Jean ................197. 188. 189 Martin. Keith .........................31 Martin. Sandra .......................Ill Mason. Austin ....114. 115. 117. 203. 232 Mason. Jon ......................120. 124 Malhews. David ........................207 Mathews. Leo ..........................74 Malhlson. Karen .......................232 Maurer. William .......134. 135. 203. 232 Mayer. Donna ........................217 Mayileld, Donald ......................195 Mayr. Harold ...........89. 94. 142. 202 Maxutkiewlcs. Susan ....................41 McAteor. Kenneth ......................206 McEvoy. Thomas ....................... 144 McEarlin. M .....................218. 232 McGlynn, Judith .................196. 214 McKinnon. Patricia ................93. Ill McLatchie. Grace ......................148 McMeen, Roger .........................171 MeMonaglo. Kenneth ....................195 McVey. Judy Ann ..................J25. 193 Meckes. Caroline ............193. 218. 232 Mehlos. Dawn .....................141. 211 Metselwlti. Patricia ..................192 Meissner. Carolyn ...........IB3. 212. 214 Molcholr. Shirley ...........118, 210. 232 Monger. Jamee .........................178 Mennicke. Marlin ......................125 Menmcfco. Richard ...............120. 128 Merchant. Ceorge ......................232 Merkel. Laurice Ann .................. 189 Merkletn. Richard .....................232 Messing. Judith .......................218 Meyer. M...........................41. 148 Meyer. William ......................232 Michaels. Leonard ......89. 118. 124. 126 Michalak. Lawrence ....................203 Miclke John .........................118 Mlgocx. Elroy .........................182 Migtiacrio. Marlene ...................210 Mihlelsen Gene ..............115. 153. 204 Mikaellan. Sam .42. 45. 89. 90. 102. 1S5 MUey. Sylvia ................Ill, 143. 155 Miller. Carole .......................123 Miller. Marvin .......................125 Miller. Matrine .................192. 214 MlnorUc. Richard ......................205 Mlsiewics. Duane ......................178 Misxcxak. Edward ......................143 Mittag. Kalhryne ..................... |Q Mlejmek. Lloyd ........................207 Modrxelewski. Robert .............205. 232 Moe. Joanne ................118. 209. 232 Mohr. Margaret .............141. 155. 232 Mohr. Tom .......................123. 195 Moleoda. Jon .....................178. 206 Mooscm R. ....................... 118 Morehouse. William ....................232 Moring. Richard ..................202. 232 Motang, Janice ..........232 Morris. Jo Ann ...................192. 214 MorrUsette. Eugono ....................124 Moskowlti. Milton .....................232 Muehlbach. Donald .....................164 Mueller. Anne .........233 Mueller. Arlene ....................193 Mueller. Donna Mae .......213 Mueller. Frederick ..................159 Mueller. Jock ...................... 123 Muench. Jane.......................... lit Mundt, Roborl ........................ 231 Mura wiki. Sandra .....................Ill Murphy. Jon ........................100 Musich. Gerald ...................143. 146 Myeru Raymond ......................83 N Natmon. Burton .....................201 Nash. John ........................82. 152 Nebbh. Anna Marie .................... 123 Nochuta. Eugene .......................123 Neitxke. Marie .........1SI Noitxel. D............................218 Nelsen. Marlon ...............34. 111. 112 Nelson. Anita .........209 Nelson. Frances .....................193 Nelson. Julia .....................79. 153 Nolson. Patricia ....................211 Nersestan. Marderos ...................205 Nettel. Scott ..........170. 171. 205. 233 Noudauer. Edward .................142. 143 Noumann, Anita ..............111. 155. 211 Newberry. Joan ...................149. 192 Nichols. J............................144 Nichols. Nancy ..........41 Nielsen. Albert ...128. 151. 195. 200. 202 Nielson. Janet .........186 Nlmmo. Kay ........................29, 211 Norris. Joanne .......................95 Norris. Robert ...............76. 89. 01 O Ober lander, Larry .....................69 O'Brien. Robert .........203 Oetlmeler. Leonore ....................209 Ogle. Cecilia .........................233 Ohri. Joyce ...........................233 Oldenburg. Dolores ..........141. 211. 233 OXeary. Margaret ......................133 Oleniezak. Donald .....................207 Olenicsak. Helen .................123. 188 OIU . Donald ..........................144 Olm, Elaine ...........................209 Olsen. Doris ...........................61 Olsen. John H. ........................126 Oleon. F............................... 52 Olson. James ......103. 118. 123. 133. 135 Olson. Jeil ................93. 133. 213 Olson. Joan ...........................212 Oravez. David .........................133 Ortiz. Everett ........................120 Otto. Donald .....................120. 125 One. Gerald ...........................125 Oweis, Lilias ...................... 148 Oweta. Linda ..........................Ill Owen. Constance .................. 93. 214 Owen. Geialdlne ...................93. 214 P Paasch. Edith ..........118. 120. 122, 126 Pabst. Richard ........................142 Pogel. Nancy ..92. 98. 99. 151. 211. 233 Pah low, Rcnato . . Papenius. Carla .. Pcpenthien. Joan . Papke. Elizabeth Pappas. Mary .. . Parkinson. George Parkow. R Parnell. Dorothy .. Parsons. Thomas .. Patch. Kurt Patonsen. G .45. 103. 101. 114. ...52. 94. 192. 211. 192. 203. 218. 216 233 189 192 .128 126 214 233 .151 .141 233 Payne Kenneth .. 204 Peltin, Barbara .. 233 Penndorf. Ronald .96 Pore . Joseph .... 159 Perez. Richard ... 159. 1S8 Perrin. Janis .149. 193 Petsxyk. Penelope 20B. 217. 233 Peschke. Joyce ... 124. 126 Petajan, David .. .207 Peter. Raymond ., .164 Pcier . Jcnice .... .217 Peters Karen .... 32. 53. 60. 89, 91. 99. 151. 155. 192. 208. 218. 233 Petersen. Shaxoa . .128. 151 Petersen. Thor .., 45. 706 Peterson. Judith .. .93. 111 Pettey. Carol Ann . 94. IOO Pettoy. Thomas . Pieiler. William .. 110. 143. 155. 203 Plod. Sandra ... .189 Plorr. Dale 118. 124. 126 PhUleo. Robert . . 88. 92. 97. 144. 233 Phelan. J Phillips. Carole .. 208. 213. 234 Philltpscn. Thomas 97. 142 Pickens. Willie .. Pierce. Marjory .. Pierce. William J. Jr. . .203. 234 Ptgnolet Mary .. .212 Pihl Roborta .... .192 Pike. Bruce .185 Puitarich. Rosemarie .211 Piper. Robert .149 Pladson, Janice .. 234 Piauti. Barbara .. .146 234 Plaxolc. Esto'.le .. .234 Plintka, Wayne .171 Plotion, Undo ... Plotkln. Richard . .201 Pious. Lois Pocherl, Donald . .203 Podeweltx, Gall .. 234 PodJaski. Laver no .23 Poetsch. Nancy ... 38. 145. 152. 208. 210 PoVakowski. Alan .159 168. 176. 177 Poleqe. Roxine ... :09 Pomes. William . 195 Popperl. June 216 Portillo. Jcmes .. .234 .235 Price. Ncctm .149 Prlne Renee 118 126. 209. 235 .235 Purtoll. NeQ .235 Q Quads. Janot .............. 123, 124. 212 R Raab, Mary ..........................192 Roctaowskt. Sylvester .....159. 164. 205 Ragan. Ronald ..................159. 21 Rogen R.........................159. 219 Raison. Carole ......................214 Rambadt. Donald ..88. 89. 91. 92. 203. 235 Rauch. John ...............164. 177. 2D6 Rauch. Richard ..................... 164 Raynor. Barbara -------98. 153. 214 235 Reed. Mary Jo ..................147. 153 Rebholc. Edward ................164. 206 Rsbholz. Russoil ...............158. 171 Regele. Marilyn .....................235APPRECIATION of the keenest quality is conveyed on this page to the students and the faculty of Wisconsin State College . . . and particularly to the Ivy Staff ... for their fine co-operation in making the 1957 photography for the Ivy the outstanding success that it is. The persona portraits made in the studio of Vogue Photographers for the yearbook are but fororunners of many portraits to be made in the years to come. Therefore we hope that when school days are over, each one of our friends now at Wisconsin State will fnd his way time after time to our studio — where they will always receive a hearty welcome. VOGUE PHOTOGRAPHERSRehleldt. Donna .................193. 235 Roir.oroann Judith ...................217 Reinhardt. Clotia ....................151 Rele. loMph ...........................IIS Rem. A Man ...........................235 Romo. Doug Icon ......................197 Richard Dave ........................118 Richmond, Paul .......................124 Riddle. Glenn .........................81 Rteck. Michael .......................101 Riegle. John .........................» 4 Rieeenweber. Caiol ..............192. 235 Ringwall. Lawience ...................178 Rintelmann. Donald ...................1S3 Ritchie. Roger .......................204 Ritter. William ...158. 164. 178. 182. 183 Roach. Sue ...........................235 Robbins. Oral .....................98. 99 Rochweiger. Sheldon ..................201 Rodden. John ....................144. 203 Roegge. Thoma .......................142 Roe Ike. Richard .....................207 Hccssgor Charles ................... 145 Rogahn. Aliens ...................94. 223 Regers. Carolyn .......................41 Rohhngor. Uaine .................146. 147 Rotdt. Peter .........................235 Rollman. Kurt ........................235 Roman. Mary ...........................235 Roman. Richard ................ 206. 235 Roaten, Keith ........................164 Rose, Karen ..........................197 Rose. Terrence ..................164, 178 Rosenbaum. Nancy .....................235 Rcsenbecker. Douglas ..................235 Rosenktanx. Lyibeth ...................146 Rcsenkrant. Patricia .................153 Rcsenske. T...........................164 Rosso. Sherry ...................118. 128 Rounds. Timothy .................168. 165 Roueey. Noel ..........................126 Roventini. Ronald .....................159 Rowe. William .........................195 MADE FRESH DAILY AT YOUR FAVORITE DEALER Mrs. Drenk s Foods, Inc. Milwaukee. Wis. Laabs Brothers Company Butter Eggs — Shortening Skim and Whole Milk Powder 2001 West Walnut Street WE » 3-0346 In Business lor Your Heolth HOFFMANN’S PHARMACY N Maryland and ( lorvir St Milwaukee. Wn EOyeweed 2-1800 Jo l JhoAfL U)ho CCLfl L • • • Huebsch Laundry DRY CLEANERS Corp. It'fc U Art -glen M • OOi M V n Bu tt Pord-s,The Promise of Tomorrow The future of our society is geared to a continuing supply of new knowledge . . . fresh enthusiasms . . . untried ideas. Progress comes with creative effort by imaginative people. At Allis-Chalmers, such people work together around the calendar in a constant search for better means to better living. America’s continuing quest for improvement means growing opportunity for the individual ... continued advancement for our nation. That's the promise of tomorrow. ALLIS-CHALMERS A£....200. 201 Royce. Rita .. Rueqe. Hslla Rueth. David Ran. Ismael . Rusch. Gerald Rusch. Milton Rusch. Susan Russovs. (ack ...............193 ...............141 .........176. 207 ...............145 ..............206 ................t2 90. 93. 148. 213 ................235 S Sagerer. Sandra ..................218. 216 Saiberhch. Dorothy ...........41. 107. 125 149. 155. 187. 192. 212. 216 Salomon. Pater ........................159 Sammis. Grslchea ......................188 Scmosky. Jock ................30. 200. 201 Sanborn. John ......... 152 Sand. Sua ..............142. 148. 152. 215 Sander. Joyce .........................153 Sanderson. Elisabeth ..................192 Sandvtlle. Colette .....................214 Sartln. Obbte ............... 93. 134. 135 Sauer. Jaraee .........................195 Savick. Marshall .................116. 125 ScartldL Joseph .......................164 Scog. R.................................210 Scardlna. Philip ......................236 Scbaer. Marianna ......................218 SchaM. John ...........................164 Schamber. Robert .......................125 Schauer. Sandra ........................153 Schick. Richard .............159. 177. 236 Schilder. Warren ............116. 155. 236 Schlaefer. Denise .....................Ill Schmideler. Gary ..................120. 195 Schmidt. Karlann ..................... 41 Schmidt. Henriette ....................168 Schnagl Joseph .........................124 Schneider. Diane .......................154 Schoenietd. Jean .......................213 Scholler. Robert ......................204 Scbols. Virginia .................187. 188 Schowalter. C...........................192 Schramm. Robert ........................183 Schroeder. Ralph .......................148 Schroeder. Harold ......................150 Schroeder. Gerald ................118. 125 Schroeder. Nanta .......................154 Schroeder. G............................126 Schuchardt. Barbara .........122. 143. 236 Sc huh. Doris ....................116. 1 Schuh. Edward ..........143. 153. 155. 236 Schuldt. Walter .......i..........11 . 149 Schuldt. John ......................... 36 Schulte is. Peter ......................201 Schultse. I ............................151 Schultxe Reimar ..................141. 146 Schulz. B...............................122 Schulz. Charles ..................204. 236 Schulse. Gerhardt ......................128 Schumacher. Ellen .....................23 ' Schumann. Walter .......................17G Schur. Bernard ..........................93 Schuster. Gerald .......................Ill Schuster. John .........................101 Schulte. Roger .........................236 Schwahn. Duane ...................145. 203 Schwarten. William .....................204 Schwartz. Paul ..............114. 200. 203 Schweiger. Diane ................. ....218 Scodwell. Geraldine ....................192 Scott. Rosalind ..................187. 188 Secard. Rose .....................118. 126 Sod wick. Frank .........................81 Seebocher. Roeemarte ...................219 Setgnemadtn. A..........................216 Seltg. Barbara .........145. 153. 191 236 Selkey. Mary .....................153. 236 Sell . Sandra ..........................128 Serto. Roy .............................153 Sette. Gary ............................128 Setzer. Judith .........................197 Seymour. Gary ..........................195 Shaleski. Jacqueline ..............38. 218 Shari Shirley ..........................192 Show. Donald ...........................118 Shekner. Helen .........................124 Sherman. Virginia ......................192 Sherwood. Richard ................118. 126 Shot. Barbara ....................115. 215 Shield. Mary Ann .......................148 Shipman. Gordon .........................83 Shotz. Arlene ..........................118 Shrake. Warren .........................202 Shuster. J..............................164 Siegel. Toby ......................... .236 Set. N..................................142 Sigmund. Charles ....118. 122, 153. 236 SikorskL Shirley .................152. 209 Stlverwood. Judith .....................1S6 Sklera. Dorothy ........................211 Slade. Joyce.......45. 89. 90. 102. 196. 211 Stingsby. Regina .......................236 Smith. |................................202 Smith. Joseph ..........................142 Smith. Nancy ...................155. 211 Smith. Patricia ................201. 209 Smith. Raymond .................164. 185 Smith. Shirley .................111. 217 Snuthei. Donald ..34. 35. 91. 92. 110. 112. 150. 203. 236 Sobkowiak. Marcia ......................236 Soley, Jay .............................153 Solowicz. Richard ............... .94. 203 Somers. Thomas .........................182 SomerviUs. James .......111. 152. 203. 236 Somianko. Dennis .......................120 Sommer. Donald .........................237 Sommer. Patricia .......................237 Sommeihtld. H. ..........94. 147. 202. 237 Sonchar. Mary ..24. 69. 94. 95. 214. 237 Sontvedt Sonjo ....................... 152 Sorensen. Sandra ........................95 Sorensen. Lee ........................ 148 Sorenson. Roberta ......................193 Spangler. Leland .............94. 144. 237 Spencer. Geraldine .....................209 Splegelglas. S..........................154 Stocelk. J..............................123 Stack. Sylvia ....................187. 189 Staniszewski. . .......................210 Stanzer. Jerry .......24. 164. 165. 17a 171. 205. 237 Stark, lames ...........................142 Staxiak. Judith ..................116. 212 StauOacher. Nancy ......................193 Stock ling. Carol ................209. 237 Stodman. Curtis ..................116. 155 Steer. Larry ...........................165 Stem. Gerald ................ 89. 201. 2C6 Stein bach. Robert .....................125 Steuibrecher. Joan .....................193 Steher. Thomas ...................200. 205 Steven. Hazel ..........................123 Stokes. Ronald .........................205 Stoltmaan. Donald ......................204 Stoveken. Ruth ...................146. 153 Strankowski. Donald .................. 164 Strong. Alice ...........................79 Strobusch Louanne .................98. 203 Strozewski. Gerald ................... 204 Stack. Roger ...........159. 168. 184. 185 Sullivan. Ben ...........................73 Sullivan. John ..........24. 159. 205. 237 Sullivan. Patncta ......................237 Summers. Marvin ........................159 Summers Patricia .......................143 Suppan, Adolph ..........................72 Sutter. Ora ............................128 Swetland. Kathleen .....................217 Syens John .............................195 Syman. Frederic ........................237 Symons. John .....................142. 202 Syrtng. Wtills .........................145 Szeremeta Maty .........................211 Tabbeti. Sandra Tackos. Mary . Tallant Dennis Tallmadge. K . Tamer. Robed . ...94. 95. 213 150. 187. 188 ...........207 ...........122 ............45 Taussig. Stuad Taylor. Catherine .......107. 109. 145. 1SS. 192. 208. 218 Taylor. Helen ........................197 Tayloe. Nadine ..................188. 196. 209 Tebay. Dooald ....................184. 205 Telcher. Michael .....................118 Temkin. Earl ..........................201 Temme. Jane ..........................196 TetzioH. John ....................120. 124 Tews. William ....................176. 177 Theunch. Joyce ........................217 Thisted. George .................118. 124. 128 Thode. Jeanette ..................... 237 Thomas. Helen ....................118. 151 Thompson. Daisy ......................195 Thompson. Joan..........153. 208. 213. 237 Thompson. Robed ..................146. 237 Thompson Gilman ......................1 4 Thomson. Vernon ........................87 Thone. Jan Is ........................197 Thorne. David ....................149. 237 Thurow. Yvonne . Tierney. John .... TTBema. Ralph .. Tltnler. Dale .... Tlrard. N......... Toepier. David ... Toot Dale ....... Told dan. Anne ... Toldnan, Mae....... Touney. Glenna .. Tower. Harold ... Traut. James .... Trentadue. Bad . Treu. Benno ....... Tder. Thomas ... Troemel. Ernestine Tromp. Rochelle . Trotter. Terrence . Tsano. K. ........ Turner. Mar)orte .. Tweeden. Mary .. Tweed. John....... Twet Joy Ann .. ...............214. 237 ...158. 164. 168. 185 .....................159 ....................202 .....................IS4 .....................144 .....................154 ...............151. 183 98. 152. 187. 189. 210 ...............196. 213 ...............204. 237 .....................124 .....................204 ...............141. 143 .....................164 ....................81 .................... 237 ..........120. 125. 126 .....................149 ...........93. 161. 213 .....................217 ......................34 ......................41 — O — Uber. Harvey .................90. 151 Uetmen. Diane ... 128 Uhlig Carol ...... 93. 213. 237 Utbanskl. Fred ... — V — V a Us teed t. X. .....................122 Von Antwerp. Jane ........24. 90. 196. 214 Van Deuren. Resells ..........99. 210. 236 Vanderzandt Gertrude ........153. 155. 238 Von Vleet. James .......................71 Vatter. Rudolph .......................204 Veils .................................238 Verhoevoa. Ingeborq ...................217 Vethe. Donald .........................120 Vtereck. Wayne ........................151 Vincent. Charles .................28. 205. 238 Vilas. Steve ..........................205 Vogler. M..............................214 Voigt. Patricia .......................132 Vollstedl. Karl .......................239 Von Gonten. Mary ......................193 Vruwink. Marjorie .....................238 — W — WoddelL Joyce. .118. 210. 236 Wogenknecht. Joyce ... 61. 161. 214 Wagner, ludlth 94. 95 Wagner. Judy 213 Wagner. Kathleen 214 Wahlen. Dooald 195 Wahner. R 120 Waite. Mary 141 Waldau. Jean 238 Walker. George 144 238 Walker. James . 124Wallnoi. Alyco .......................210 Wallet. Ruth ............98. 99. 118. 126 Walters. loan ............88 89. 214. 238 Walton. Dennis ...................176. 177 Walter. R..............................123 Wannraachor. Grace ...................238 Warner. Eldon ......................... R4 Warren. Ronald ........................185 Watson. Elaine ........................214 Way. Katbalyne .......................193 Way. Wilbur .....................155. 195. 230 Weber. Carol ..........................197 Weber. lack ...........................206 Weber, loan ........................... 31 Wechler. Paul ........................195 Wegener. Jean ...................152. 212. 238 Wegerbauer. Karl .....................238 Wegner. Doris .....................41. 211 Weideman. Miriam .....................154 Weldner. Palrtclo ....................238 Well. Harman .......................... 90 Welland. Sandra .............HI. 120. 124. 126. 209. 212 Welee, Albert ....................... 203 Welse, Joel .......................99. 207 Welsto. John.......90. 134. 135. 178. 20G Wellstetn, Elaine ....................193 Wengatx. Robert .............168. 184. 185 Wergtn. Karotynn .....................218 Werner. Richard ....................... 96 Wernex. M............................ 126 Westendori. Henry ....................171 Weeterman. Mary ..................214. 238 Westlahl. Gerald .....................202 Westhcien. Richard.. 135. 142. 159. 164. 204 Whalen. John .........................120 Whalen. Robert ..........97. 145, 206. 236 Wheeler, lurlyn .............110. 208. 210 Wheeler. David .......................115 Whittington. William .................148 Wtdder. Richard ......................148 Wiedemann. Richard ...................164 Wiemonn. Joyce....................212. 238 Winning. Jean ........................213 Weitman. Gordon ................203. 240 Wiernas . Mar|orie ...............123. 192 WiesehuegeL Nancy ....................146 Wtoeio. 1..............................159 Wifler. Maty .........................192 Wilde. Lois ..........................193 Wtloy. Sarah .........................239 WilhelmL Robert ......................144 Wilhelm. Joyce ....................... 97 Waits. Auauet ........................164 Will. Joyce ..........................126 Willis. Barbara ......................237 WUsing. Virginia .................124. 192 Wtnckler. Else .......................192 Winter. FaiJh ........................239 Winter. Frederick ....................239 Winter. Gerald ...................153. 204 Wirtb. Allan .........................126 Witter. Robert ...................144. 203 Wlahovich, June ......................123 Wobig Marlene ........................193 Wodko. Elaine .....................M6. 147 Wohlusi. Ronald ..................125. 126 Wolf. Jacqueline .................128. 213 Wollo. Judith ........................239 Wall!. Sonia ......................94- 217 Woligram. Patncia .......93. 146. 213. 239 Wolk. Kathryn ........................123 Wolkenhauer. John ................... 1-3 Wollaeger. Charlotte. .77. 91. 93. 99. 208 Wollaeger. Valeska .................... 88 Wolier. Marilyn ..................... Wood. Beverty ........................I 8 Wood. Frederick .............145. 159. 239 Wood. Joan ...........................239 Woods. Donald ........................ 72 Woods. John ...........................1J® Woxniak. Richard .....................207 Wright Jane. .........................210 Wulfl. Nancy ........................ Wurster. Carol ...................... Wynn. Marlyn ......................239 — Y — Yamaguchi. Loiialne Yoncy. Donna ....... Yanke. Patricia .... Yernesek. Ila ...... Yesko. Daniel ...... Yopps. Roy ......... Young Donna ........ — Z — Zaborowskl Mane 214 Jaeske, Kurt Zahn, Judith .209 Zohnow. Charles ... .110 123. 128. 195 Zahorik. Lois Zarneko. Patsy 188. 189 Zdarstck. Darrell ... .207 Zelese. James 200. 204 Zett. Robert .145 Ztbell. Dorlthe .146 Ziobort. Robert .... .204 Ziegler, William ... .204 Zigan. Russell .204 Zillmer. Dawn .211 Zimmerman. Marcia .151. 219 Zimmerman. Dave .. 107. 111. 113 Ziolkovrxki. James ... . . . 53 . 103. 164. 165 ZirbeL Robert .159. 168. 164. 265 Zitbel. Tom .185 Zweck. John .202 .....149 .....148 ... 193 .....193 .....144 128. 202 .....149 THE ENGINEER'S BEARD content winner wo awarded f symbol of Milwaukee — the old faithful beer mug.1957 Ivy Staff Editor-in-Chief.................................................. Doris M. Bauer Associate Editor................................................Harry W. Knitter Business Manager............................................................Sandra LeGath Dean Nelson, Assistant Activities Editors..................................................Vivian Locke Dorothy Saiberlich Administration Editor ........................................Susan Bellinghausen Art Work .......................................................Paul Donhauser Edward Lund Beauty Section Editor........................................Dorothy Saiberlich Feature Editor................................................Dorothy Saiberlich Ronald Jaeger, Assistant Government Editor...............................................Catherine Taylor Greek Editor................................................. Joanne Accola Organization Editor ................................................Vivian Locke Senior Editor................................................................Carol Daniels Sports Editor.................................................David Zimmerman Copy Editors........................................................Marilyn Kern Carole Basham Photographers........................... Curtis L. Stedman, Warren V. Schilder, James T. Lyons, Marshall Savick Adviser Garold L. BartnessWith this last page .... the 1957 IVY staff completes the history of our first year as the University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee. We are indebted to many for their invaluable assistance, advice and, above all, patience. We would like to say a big "thank you!" to all those who helped make this book a reality. To Robert Neuman of Meyer-Rotier whose willingness to share his knowledge of production smoothed the way for the staff. Our thanks also to Harry Urmanski of Vogue Photographers who patiently listened to all our unusual requests and went out of his way to please. Monica Bayley of the UWM News Bureau deserves special thanks. Without her valuable files and information, we would have been lost. The staff appreciates the cooperation of the Milwaukee Journal for pictures on pages 15, 85, 178, 179 and the Milwaukee Sentinel for pictures on pages 14 and 16. Our sincere thanks to Curtis Stedman and his photography staff for a tremendous job! Their patience in taking and retaking pictures as well as sizing and printing them to request was much appreciated. Our thanks also to Don Smithes and his UWM Post staff for use of their pictures. Finally may we extend our sincerest thanks to Garold Bartness, our faculty adviser. Only with his hours of work could we have completed this book. Thanks Mr. B.! 


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