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Produced by the student body of the University of Wisconsin — MilwaukeeEditor-in-Chief....Harry Knitter Associate Editor — Ronald Jaeger Business Manager.. Doris Bauer Photography by Art Work by Glenn Gibson Ron W tlson Curt Stetlman Jim Lyons Warren Schilder Gene Mihlciscn Paul Donhauscr D. Knight Cover Design by Gene MihlciscnStaff Mcrnbers B rb»ra Goo«n Jolcen Fr»nkIin Stxxd«r„, Governmen, • • - Karyn Harkcr Features Tom Tomciak, ass t. Organizations, Publications IjiQMf m 4 . Vivian Locke Nancy Hagen, ass t. Ken Krause, ass t. Barbara Hohlwcch. asst. Marilyn Kern • • Merrykatc Mybre » • Music Liz Ku«lcr m • • Dram» Gil Tho°’P’on • A„nc Tolars , Sp°rt solt 5 Joyce ♦ 0 • 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 T,ylor . • - O 5" ‘ “ , £0-cJ,t0 ' n» L ' 0- rb‘ . ' pe»“ 0 9 .s- ' ■) »1 1 On a late summer day in September, 1956, the doors of a new mid-western university swung open tu admit hundreds of students who were about to participate in the school's initial registration. In a sense, this was “old hat" to many of those registering. Most of the students had attended Wisconsin State College or the University of Wisconsin Extension Division, which had been combined to form this new university. The administrative anti teaching staffs, too. consisted of established personnel. Both teacher and student, though, faced the year with uncertainty and anticipation. The situation one year later was somewhat different, however. This time, students found adaptation to the university curricula an easier task. Instructors became familiar with the fundamentals of university requirements and applied their talents more effectively. With a corps of experienced personnel as a solid nucleus, the administration began to add to their extensive teaching staff. Heading the list of newcomers to the Cardinal campus were Dr. William Butler, new dean of men. and later George Dencmark, professor of education. However, the largest group of newcomers on campus was the throng of freshmen who made their entrance into this whirlpool of activity. As the university continued to grow, so did the units within it. Three fraternities were installed into national fraternal groups; the Honorary Military Society was initiated into the national Scabbard and Blade; and national sororities began to display interest in the local groups of our campus. For the first time in the history of UWM, an all-campus fraternity Greeks’ nighr and a sororiry Greek week" were held, in keeping with the "look to the future" atmosphere of the school. Plans were formulated for the physical change of the campus, also, as new-fine arts and science buildings went into the blueprint stage. In addition, many of the already present facilities were being revised ro meet growing" needs. To enable you ro view the progress of the pasr year, we present the 1958 IVY. Harry Knitter. EditorTable of Contents Campus Views..........7 Administration . . . . ... 12 Portfolio Government 42 Features 62 Organizations . . . . 100 Activities 118 Athletics 158 Residences 200 Greeks 208 Seniors 232 Index 250Our Campuses... The center of activity on the Downtown Campus is the administration building, which houses classrooms, the library, and the cafeteria.The quaint architecture of UWM'i main building is framed by its surrounding landscape.The library $ serene landscape is conclusive to a studious inooJ. Downtown Campus’ library is a scene of concentrated study. Shadows case on il»c modern-styled library create a geometric pattern.When classes arc finished, and tests arc past. The Student Union wasn’t quiet very often'liakcr Field bouse, ihe home of the Cardinals . . Campus school's architecture mokes a pleasing picture. 1 1Officers of Administration . p. 14 Departmental Chairmen Public Relations . • • •OFFICERS OF ADMINISTRATIONPresident of the University • d Edw B r in On July I. 1958, Dr. Fred will leave the office of University President and will become President Emeritus and I: merit us Professor of Bacteriology. He has been on the Wisconsin faculty for forty-five years, serving as president for the past thirteen years Dr. Fred is a famed scientist Having achieved distinction in his field, Dr. Frol was asked by the Secretary of War to serve as chairman of the National Academy of Science's committee on biological warfare during World War II. As a science consultant. Dr. Fred is still in great demand. rw1.Board of Regents Wilbur N. Rcnk, Sun Prairie, president Carl E. Steiger, vice-president Clarke Smith, secretary Dr. Ira L. Baldwin, assistant to the president George E. Watson. Madison, state superintendent of public instruction A. Matt Werner, Sheboygan Harold A. Konnak, Racine Charles D. Gelatt, La Crosse Mrs. Melvin K. Laird. Marshfield Ellis E. Jensen. Janesville Oscar Renncbohm. Madison John D. Hones, Racine E. B. Fred, president of the university Dr. Conrad A. Hlvchjcm. university president-elect (Left to right) C Steiger, A. M Werner, ti Watson, H Konruk. C Gelart, Mrs M Lard. E Jensen. Mrs. H. O'Brien. C Smith. Dr I. Baldwin, Dr Lilvchjcm, Pres. 1 B. Fred. W Rcnk. (Not shown; O Renncbohm, J. Hones, JrConrad Arnold Elvehjem New President of the University Dr. Conrad Elvehjem, world famous biochemist and Dean of the Graduate School lus been elected thirteenth President of the University. Dr. Elvehjem attracted world-wide attention when he isolated nicotinic acid in the late 1930's, Hts accomplishment lead to the cure for human pellagra. He is a leader in research in nutrition and is a past ptesident of the American Academy of Am and Sciences. Governor ThomsonUWM Provost Dr. J. Martin Klotsche — 17 —Vice-Provost Dr. George A. ParkinsonDean of Men William R. Hurler Dean of Education George Denemark — 19 —Joseph G. Baier Dean of College of Letters and Science— 21 —Irene M. Bozak Director of Admissions and Records Robert E. Norris Dean of Student AffairsCharlotte Wollaeger Dean of Women Benjamin A. Sullivan Director of Counseling■ Joseph W. Kenny Director of Evening DivisionDEPARTMENTAL CHAIRMENHarold N. Ahlgren journalism Arthur Peter Becker Economics Neal Billings Elementary EducationEunice R. Bonow Pharmacy — 27 —Webster M. Christman, Jr. Engineering Drawing George L. Elmergreen Electrical Engineering Carl J. Kleyensteuber Secondary Educarion — 28 —Harold W. Knutson Mechanical Engineering — 29 —John W. Nash History Robert F. Rooming French and Italian — 30 —Robert Schellin Art and Art Education Donald R. Shea Political ScienceAlice Streng Exceptional Education — 32 — Gordon Shipman Sociology and AnthropologyOrtha L. Wilncr ClassicsFaculty Fun The faculty's summer picnic allowed instructors to relax, refresh, and make new friends. For some, baseball was a pleasant aversion to class grind. Others found the sun and lawn more inviting. That umpire looks suspicious . .News Service Mrs. Monica Baylcy News Service Director Files, clippings, pictures, phone calls — many ingredients go into making the news service an important part of UWM. Mrs. Janet Goodman (above) assists Mrs. Baylcy (below) in this vital job.PORTFOL IOBeing tested is not the happiest way to begin college life Registration Registration rush caught the whole school population and kept people and tilings in turmoil for a week. Seniors sauntered and freshmen scurried through the halls, then pleaded to get into classes already filled. Orientation Orientation week was a busy one for incoming students. Tours of the campus, j testing program, convocation, jazz concert, sports night, indoor picnic, and mixer acquainted the freshmen quickly with the work, enjoyment, and rush of college life At least die freshmen know the scboil songs — 37 —Classes This it a hard one. Students and teachers alike soon settled down to the routine of daily classes. New subjects, exciting things to learn, expanding intellectual horizons, new teachers, unexplored books, heavy assignments, long hours of reading, midnight oil, headaches—thus began and continued the new semester. Is the earth a spheroid or an elliptoid? Ancient Euclid is still a tyiani when perpendiculars arc dropped or arcs subtended. — 38 —All artists like to bra about their work. Art students look over their work ami make plans for their senior exhibit. — 40 —Student Gov SLIC 9 • Union .STUDENT GOVERNMENTUSG Legislature (Row 11 Dr Ruder, S Gclcnian, J. Smith, T Phillipsoo. S kitsch. J Slade. A. Ingrclli. (Row 2) S. Kr.imct. S Miley. A Fatwcll, M Vcrhulst, B Brickhousc. W. Shrakc, R Werner. A Dahl. K Berdclman, S. Spat . M. Berndt. S Wetland t Row 5) D. Tronca. B Patterson, R. Child, D Fraser, M. Schultz. I- Johnion The student body of a great university must contribute more to that university than only a reason for existence. At the University of Wisconsm-Mil-waukec, these contributions are made through the operations of the University Student Government “ The aim of Student Government this past year has been to represent and to sene the students of UWM m every way possible through its many and varied programs. Ti»e Student Government is composed of: the officers, the Student Legislature, an Executive Committee composed of the four officers of USG, the Dean of Student Adairs or his representative, one faculty member of the legislature, and two student members of the legislature. This is the policy-making, co-ordinating, and planning body which keeps student government functioning as a unified organization. also (he iXpartmcntsof Academic Affairs. International Affairs. Student Services. Public Relations. Personnel. U.S.N.S.A.. Social Affairs, and Student L’mon. Some of the functions of these departments include sponsoring Homecoming and Campus Carni- val, recruitment of USG personnel, orientation, foreign student services, and all of the activities of the Union. The governing body of USG is the University Student Legislature. It is the sounding hoard lor student opinion and the official voice of the student body of UWM. Every student of the university community is provided with direct representation since student members are elected from every class, division, and college of the university. In addition, participants of student organizations that arc representative of the student body and that contribute to the general welfare of the entire student body have non-voting membership. The facuJty is represented on the legislature by three faculty members. In USG s second year of operation, its greatest accomplishment has been the development of its internal organization Commissions have been set up to work in every area of studenr activity. Another one of USG's many accomplishments this year, has been the publishing of two editions of the UWM Dircc tory. — 44 —Tom Phillipson, President Joe Smith, Vice-president USG Officers Sue Kusch, Secretary Boh Mchigan. TreasurerUSG Executive Board Dr. Butler, S. Kramer, T. Phillipson, D. Fraser, J. Smith, S. Rusch — 46 — Government in Actionuse Secrelariet “ V, 1S£c fZtft -• '■ “ ]J '” ______ USG Social CommitteeStudent Directory Commission (Row 1) S. Iverson, J. Cox. (Row 2) B. Patterson. D. Child. USG Academic Affairs Department 1 « — 48 — (Row 1 J Meyers. W. Robinson, J. Misicwicz, S Rusch (Row 2) T Barth, L Fassett, j Lunney, W. E. Sprague.U.S.iN.S.A J. Topolimky, J. Hall USG International Affairs — 49 — (Row I) M Lutz, P. Summers, J. Wallers. M Abbasi. (Row 2) A. Pramc.it D Schneider. A Quccncn.USG Personnel Department M Bandow, J. Pliszka, K Harman, K Fai h. C. Bforklund USG Election Committee (Row 1) S. Galonian. C Pidow. (Row 2) D. Janick, J. Lownau.USG Public Relations Dej)artment T. Kucny, C Hcnschcl, F. Nelson, G. Poppas, VC'. Hein . Orientation Board 51 — (Ixf« to right) O. Sartin, C Leach, I Vcrhocven, Dr. Blum, S. Rusch, N. Page, B. Patterson. S L I CSLIC Executive Board (Row 1) E. Trocmcl, R. Kropp, C Wollaegcr. Dr. Budrr, Dr. Walton, L Fuhrnunn ( Rem' 2) R. Walter. H. Kluge, R. Norris. T. Phillipson, V. Wollaegcr, B. Hupperts. (Missing) H. Ahlgrcn. L Jepson, P. Kramer, R. Burkert. SUC, the Student Life and Interests Committee, is a student-faculty committee consisting of twelve faculty members, three of whom arc permanent. The other nine members arc appointed for staggered three year terms. There arc four student members, the president of the student government, the executive editor of the POST, and two students appointed by the USG president. Six subcommittees of SLIC cover the held of extracurricular activities and interests. SLIC has jurisdiction. subject to faculty direction and control, over these activities for the students of UWM; Finance. Fine Arts, Health and Housing, Publications. Sororities and Fraternities, and Student Government. For the most part, SLIC is a policy-making committee. It concerns itself mainly with regulatory, procedural, and |unsdictional matters about the campus. During the past year SLIC has opened its meetings to ail those interested. Two things this group has done is to facilitate check cashing in the Union, and sponsorship of Greek Week, ar which time national sororities came on campus for die purpose of rushing the locals. — 53 —J Howard, P. Kramer, C Wolbeger, Dr. Butler, P. Schwartz. Sub-committee on Sororities and Fraternities B Stchling, M. Hunt. S. LcGath, L. Barker, V. Wollacgcr Sub-committee on Health and Housing Sub-committee on Student Government E. Troemcl. B. Bahr, L. Witter, Lt. Col. BrunerT. Walton, P Kuru. Sub-committee on Finance M Stoclzcl, F Nclvm. P Anderson, L Fuhrmann Sub-committee on Fine Arts Sub-committee on PublicationsUNIONStudent Union Board (Riwv 1) J Pochert. J, Wjgncr. K Harkcr, R Mjrqujrdt (Row 2) M Sforlzrl, R Pentidotf, J. LaPoint, R. Werner, H. Pries, R Rtordan Tilt Student Union is the social and cultural meeting place on flic campus tor students, faculty, and alumni. The governing body of this institution is the Srudent Union Executive Board, whose purpose n to cultivate the greater use of the building, ro bring about a spirit of unity and mutual helpfulness among all students, ro aid in the creation of necessary house rules, and to act as a liaison between srudent body and management. The board is composed of a president, vice-president, secretary. Union director, board adviser, com- mittees adviser, and chairmen of the standing union committees. During the past year the House Committee completed plans for rise installation of a downtown union, the Fine Arts Committee displayed several art exhibits; (Ik Games and Tournaments Committee sponsored the holiday ice carving contest; and the Program Committee offered a series of diversified programs ranging from classical musicians and jazz aggregations to controversial speakers. — 57 —Hod Marquardt, Union Director Bob Riordan, Commirtccs Advisor Dick Werner, Union Board President — 58 —Union House Committee J. Gruber, T. Tbeandcr, M. Ehrlich, K Hafker, R M»rqu.irdt Union Social Committee — 59 — S. Iverson, B. Gcssncr, J. Gruber, G. Wttt.Union Fine Arts Committee J. Pochert, L Lewens, M Stoelzcl, L Gxhwind, W. Schumann. L Plot km Union Program Committee — 60 — J. Dorcn, G. Olcson, R. SchmalzcrHomecoming................p. 64 PEAK Nighc...................81 Junior Prom..................88 Campus Carnival..............90 IVY Queen ...................92Home Queen Pat Burk and King Bob Henzl. HOMECOMING PARADE L'WM's second annual Homecoming Parade in October was the biggest in the school s history. Over twenty floats, five bands, and three drill teams livened up the crowd on Wisconsin Avenue. A drizzle had little effect upon the spirit of die crowd once this colorful parade was underway. The first prize winner was Lambda Phi Chi's "Janus Inforum — 64 —Coming After the parade, u bonfire at the pep rally attracted the crowd to the lake front. Gathering around the fire, groups competed in the Loud Crowd” Contest for the distinction of having the loudest and most original cheer. Students went home Tuesday evening with raw throats and high hopes for victory. Our cheery diccrlcadcrs. "We’ll swallow everything bur de fect was rhe boast of Alpha Delta Sigma’s float, second prize winner — 65 —A hopeful thought. "Plattvillc to planecvillc” won third prize for Sigma Omicron DeltaTau Kappa Epsilon shared third honorable mention t I a a IfMIO 1 » I f fT 1» The Phi's expressed well the feelings of the crowd. — 67 —i Pep Rally Cheerleaders pepped up the crowd ar the rally Precision drill takes practice and experience. Save that man! IVY joins the big parade. Some cheerleaders go all out. — 68 —Homecoming Shirley Maltby crowned Pat Burk "Sentimental Journey” was the theme of the 1 lomccoming Dance held at George Divine's Million Dollar Ballroom the evening before the game. Orchestras of Eddie Howard and Jerry Blake alternated to provide continuous music while constellations of tiny soft red, blue, and green lights played in slowly circling patterns upon the dance Boor to complete Homecoming Court, left to right. Art Phenicie, Joyce Slade, Bob Mehigan, Elaine Gilbertson, Queen Pa: Burk. King Bob Henri. Nancy Ebel. Bob Wilhclmi, Sybil Fnedcl. and Steve Want . — 70 —Dance the sentimental atmosphere. Robb Thomas conducted the coronation ceremonies. Homecoming activities concluded with a Cider Hour after tl»e game and a mixer Saturday evening in the Union. The trophies and prizes for winning floats and loudest crowd were awarded at the mixer. "Buzz" Brown crowned Bob Herul. Emccc Robb Thomas congratulated the Queen — 71 — Their Highnesses, Queen Pat Burk and King Bob HenzI Elaine Gilbertson, junior representative. Sybil Friedel, freshman representative. Joyce Slade, senior representative. Nancy Ebcl, sophomore representative. — 72 —Half-time Cheerleader prance. Here come the band. Even cheerleaders sometimes get tired The court parades. — 73-Cider Hour Mixer The Phi Chi's were happy. Don Smithes accepted the "Loud Crowd award from the Tekes. Pat Burke receives rhe first prize trophy for her sorority’s Hoar, — 74 —Ideas Sculptor ing takes patience UWM's first ice sculpturing contest. Ideas in Ice, was held in December. Large blocks of ice were chipped into original and artistic shapes by individuals and organizations during the week, and the resulting sculpture was judged on Saturday. Even though "Fire in lee” won first prize for Sigma Delta Omega. — 76 —In Ice the weather turned warm, melting some of the entries, enough carvings survived to make the contest a big success. Because of the enthusiastic response to it. this contest may well prove to be an annual event. Sculptoring takes skill Second prirc went to "kenick by the Honorary Military Society. Kappa Lambda lota won third pruc with "Prayers for Peace." — 77 —Christmas Dance The annual Christmas Dance seas held ac the War Memorial Building the evening of the ice sculptoring contest. Tall red candles on frosted pine boughs carried out the theme of this affair. "Fire and lee." Chuck Howard's band provided the musk; the Men's Chorus and Jackie Shalcski. who did a modern toe dance, provided the entertainment. Mike Hester emceed the awarding of the trophies for winning ice sculptures. Gary Bratiand accepted first place for Sigma Delta Omega Mistletoe DanceMilitary Ball Bob Stevens band and the Crystal Ballroom of the Hotel Schrocdcr set the mood and scene for this year's Military Ball. Scabbard and Blade, a military society new to UWM. along with tltc ROTC Department, sponsored rhe annual event this year. The UWM drill ream provided an honor guard, giving the ball an air of military elegance. Cadet Major Thomas Roegge and Cadet Major Keith Schildcr emceed rhe coronation ceremonies. Sharp uniforms and beautiful formal made this ball a grand affair. Military Ball Courr, left to right. Hamid Galir cr. Lira Frunke. Jem1 Rusch. Allenc Rogahn, King Merrill Grant, Queen Donna Grant. Keirh Rooaen, Nancy Wulff. — 80 —PEAK PfcAK Night Hoard, left m right: Fred L’rhamki. co-chair- man Vira KJot hach. Frances Gerend. co-chairman Denise Schlacfer, Dave Branch, Pat McKinnon, and Jack Tweedy, nor pictured. UWM's 3Hih annual PUAK Night was a rousing success. Five skits, ranging from serious modern dance to operatic farce and from a happy nursery tale to sc airy science fiction, were presented by fraternities and sororities. These and the performers in the five specialty acts competed for much sought after trophies "la; Masciue.” a sensitive modern dance, won the firs place trophy for Ijmbda Phi Chi — 82 —Night in this Poj -sponsorcd variety show. There was something for everyone; the audience found easy enjoyment in the whimsical parodies and intellectual challenge in tlte more thoughtful productions. Proceeds from the three night show are used for scholarships. PEAK Night trophies produced incentives to panicipants. The second place trophy went to Kappa Lambda lota for One and One Equal Strength," a skillful adaptation of The Three Little Pigs" story. — 83 —Delta Sigma Kappa took third place with the hilarious Two-Bit Opera ''Cry and you cry alone" was the theme of "Lc Masque." "We' is an important word today. Kappas arc CUtiesSpecialty Act award went to folk singers Joan Bun and John Cross. Fred Kattner was emcee for PEAK Nigh PEAK Night vocalists were Roy Serio and Gcri ScodwdL — 86 —Jackie Rice danced to the "Hawaiian War Chant " Judy Kelly's "Captivation captivated her audience. Bunny Larson pleaded "Ya Wanna Buy a Bunny? Original musical jokes were played and sung by Dave Thorne. Judy Becker sang Dat's Love from "Carmen Jones — 87 —Junior Prom Harp playing cupids atop white pedestals gave rhis year's Junior Prom ar the Antler's Ballroom an atmosphere "Romantiquc." Below them, amid white roses flet ked with gold. Prom goers danced to the smooth music of Jimmy Dorsey's band. King Roy Scrio and his queen. Pat Burk, reigned over this memorable affair. (Left to right) Jean Schocnfcld, Carol Daniels, Pat Burk, Bobbe Beck, Dianne Davis. Their majesties, Queen Pat Burk and King Roy Scrio. — 89 —Campus Carnival Baker Fteldhousc was u place of fun. frolic, and festivity during UWM's Campus Carnival last May. The eye catching booths lining the midway tempted about twenty-seven hundred carnival-goers to try their luck at the games of chance and skill. The success of the carnival brought the proceeds to a new high, more than one thousand dollars. The money was given to various charities. At the mixer after the carnival, trophies were awarded for the winning booths and to winners of the carnival elections. Fat Kulas was elected "Earth Angel;" Jim Pavik. "Man from Outer Space;” and Bob Rydberg won the award in the greased pole climbing contest. Besides winning the first place trophy. Phi Sigma Epsilon was runner-up for the proceeds trophy with their booth. "Eicctra-Phi." Another runner-up for the proceeds award was Phi Delta Delta with "Dry Gulch Jail.” Intcrdorm's second place award was accepted by Vi Kloubach. "Pick ’n’ Pair" won the proceeds trophy for Chi Sigma lambda — 91 — Phi Sigma Epsilon fraternity brothers shoulder Roger Cerull, chairman of their booth, after winning the first place trophy. fftIV Queen Pat Born The victor over forty candidates in the first annual IVY Queen Contest is peppy, pert Pat Born. Her royal highness was the unanimous choice of judges F.Imcr Richardson and William Jungbluth. Milwaukee Sentinel photographers, Henry Lirson, Milwaukee Journal photographer, and Robert Du nice, production research coordinator of the Journal. Pat, who was nominated for the throne by Delta Sigma Kappa fraternity', is herself a Lambda Phi Chi cutie. A junior in lower elementary education, pretty Pat keeps busy by activities in sports; namely, swimming and water skiing, with a smattering of golf and tennis tossed in for good measure. Her majesty spends summers as a playground leader. 'Hie princesses who found favor with the judges arc Carol Daniels of Kappa Limbda Iota. Nancy Davis of Lambda Phi Chi. and Carol Christensen of Chi Sigma Limbda. All, you will find, were excellent choices. — 93 —— 94 — Carol Daniels Kappa Lambda IotaNancy Davis Lambda Phi Chi — 95 —fillll — 96 Carol Christensen Clii Sigma LambdaStudy during the ier»cs — 97 —Everyone had .1 good time on tins float — 98 —Sunday best would never do at the Halloween "Hard Times" mixer. The student can ftnJ out that hts teachers are really nice people at the student-faculty coffee hours As long as there arc parties Co tempt a student, there will be a morning after to torment him. — 99 —Honorary- Religious and Special Interest Organizations . •(Row 1) D. Barth, D. Endcrs, C. Rievkc, R Mehigan, T. Grotelgeschcn,G. Bartkowski, J. Pots. (Row 2) E Makover, B. Wood, F. Harris, D. Pagcl, P Avery. R Stelier, E Haug. R Wilmelmi. (Row }) R. Schulist, J. Bcllantc, J Maas. J Scholdr. R Mantsch, R Nelson, F Kobr. G. Thompson Vets’ Club Uniting veterans attending UWM is the aim of the Veterans’ Club. Through the sharing of common experiences the organization promotes friendship and understanding. In the interests of civic service, various activities for orphans and children in general are prevented throughout the year. The annua] blood drive for the veterans at Wood. Wis. is part of their program. Social activities are also an outstanding function of the group. — 102 —English Club Feeling the need for a club primarily interested in English, students and faculty members formed the English club. With the main purpose of encouraging critical and creative approaches to literature through writing and discussion and to provide an opportunity to meet other srudents and faculty interested in English, the club has pursued an active program of lectures, discussion groups, and book reviews. An appearance of John Ciardi, prize win ning American poet, was sponsored by rhe club. (Row I) P Luck, treasurer, K. Ratten, vice-president, W. Pfeifer, president. A Henningsgaard, secretary. ( Row 2) R. Hiclrnbcrg, E Volk. M. Gove. K. Riordan. M Pappas, F. Urbanski. Geography Club (Seated) R. Czeszynski. (Row I) D. Ranter. E. Rohlinger, G. Hahn. Miss Stove ken. adviser. Have you taken one course in geography? Arc you interested in increasing your understanding in this field? Then the Geography Club is for you. Activities included arc monthly meetings with a variety of topics of geographic interest, plus a week-end field trip to Door County. — 103 PMlilftfnrwDebate Club UWM invited freshman debaters from colleges and universities in Wisconsin and nearby states to debate at the annual tournament which is held on the first Saturday of November. UWM debate squads traveled to tournaments in Northwestern. Bradley'. University of Illinois, Navy Pier. Eau Claire State Teachers and the University at Madison. (Scared E. Missezak, public relations. J. Lyons, president, R Ncudaucr, treasurer, A. Hansis. (Standing) I Alf. I . Ix-mckc. I Hjort, secretary, J Barrany, E Rappe, C Roguwski, A Wiviotl, D. Walker (Row 1) J. Jorgensen, president, C Pol lata, J. Willarson. (Row 2) H. Sanasanan. B. Nielsen. H. Hoffman, S. Bcliroozi. IRC The IRC Club was host to the Annual Conference of Midwest International Relations Clubs. Representatives of 90 colleges and universities met at UWM to discuss "The North Atlantic Treaty Organization: It's Performance and Promise. Besides the conference, other programs to increase international understanding were held throughout the school year.French Club Fluency in the language isn't necessary for one to become a member of the French Club. It is organized so that students and faculty may meet informally on campus for an exchange of knowledge. Programs, lcc» cures, films, and discussions are presented on any phase of France, its language and people. (Row 1) F Kennan, S. Olson, G. Ofcsoa, H. Fox. L. Schumacher. (Row 2) Mrs. W. Schwanen, M. Sullivan, M. Best. M Meyer, H Kaufman, G Kucchlc. Row I. Mueller, K. Jessen, F. Tableaux. D. Wilbur, N. Tirard, D. Springer. ( Row 4) W. Schwarten. D Braum, J. Cross, H Hahn. J. Willardson, R Biclcnbcrg, J. Prasko.(left to right) M Benson, wording secretary. 5 Mi lead mm. vice president. Dr. Gleason, adviser, Mr D. Lynn, speaker, principal of Cumberland school. Mrs Lynn, Mrs Carroll, adviser, B Alton, president, E. Rohlinger, treasurer, B. Hackbarth, corresponding secretary. ACE ACE is a srudent branch of the Association for Childhood Education International, a professional organization for those concerned with children in the 2-12 age bracket. It is open to all stu- dents in elementary education. Included in ACE's activities arc forums about topics of interest to future teachers, an annual workshop and a banquet for February graduates. A view of the ACE banquet. — 106 —( Row 1) J. Van Antwerp. E. Goldman. J. Wolf. N Ross. N. Wicschucgd, T. Gibson (Row 2) S AnsJield. D. Mueller. D. Haack. B. Brickhousc, Miss A. Streng. (Row j) J. Berg, C Bates. L Kafka. J Hagen. Miss C. Zimmer. (Row 4) H. Mayer, J. Temp. L Rosenkrunz. J. Mar chant, J. Grimm. Sigma Alpha Eta Sigma Alpha Eca is a national professional society for prospective speech and hearing therapists. The chief purpose of Sigma Alpha Eta is to provide a medium for enriched professional and social experiences through co-curricular activities. Speakers in the held and in related fields addressed the group. Other activities included a Christmas party and a splash party for children in the clinic. — 107 —Folk Sing, a new organization on campus this year, aimed ar promoting interest in folk music. Tlic group believes that much can be learned about American thought and culture through her music. Folk Sing was instrumental in providing the Guy Carawan concert on campus. Two members. John Gross and Joan Butts, sang folk songs for PEAK night. (Row I) E. Putterman. R Ritter, D. Franklin (Row 2) R Neeb. P Stampfcl. J. Buns. R Hunter. J Gross Folk Singers ASL As an organization of the art department. ASL tries to establish a social and professional fellowship among the art students. ASI. also attempts to develop the creation and appreciation of art. Throughout thic year the group sponsers lectures, art ball, and freshman initiation. — 108 — (Row I ) J. Sowlc, R Sawyer, vicc-ptcsidcnt, R Zicbert. president. B Drews, secretary. B. Meir, treasurer. ( Row 2) N I »bbratz, K Decker, K. Hollister. V Baines, J. Couraighr, F. Ndson. M. Henning (not shown).The promotion and advancement of practical collegiate journalism on campus is the purpose of this honorary journalistic fraternity. Membership is granted in recognition of two or more semesters of outstanding service on the editorul or business staffs of any of the campus publications. Two banquets, a picnic, and several informal parties provided opportunities for fun and relaxation. ( Row I) D. Schlacfcr, K. Wergin, V Klotzbach, V lax Ice i Row 2 F Urbanski, S. Kramer. F. Gerend, S. Martin, C Taylor. Mr. Ahlgren, adviser. M Gove, president, D. Uradnicek B. Gessner. S. Spatz. P. Fehlhaber. Alpha Delta (Row 1) B. Treu. president. Dr. Wilncr, adviser, W Pfeifer, vice-president (How 2) F. Gerend. H Rucgc. B Gonion. S. Milcy, secretary Latin Club Eta Sigma Phi aimed at stimulating interest in the history, art and literature of ancient Greece and Rome. Informal meetings, lectures and a spring trip to Chicago to see a classical theater play developed a better understanding of these two cultures. — 109 —(Row 1) A. Hunsickcr, T. Barth, R Misxczak. S. Legath, P. Morgan. (Row 2) S. Soocvcdt, R. Brown, J. Thomas (Row 5) T. Roegge, D Werner, D. Schultr, B. Wewhopen, E. Ncodaucr, T Phillipson. T. Pcttcy. Young Republicans The Young Republicans Club provides its members u ith the opportunity to express and discuss political opinions, to become acquainted with officeholders and party leaders, and to develop leadership ability. Club members also arc invited to participate in social events sponsored by the Milwaukee County Young Republicans Club — 110 —(Row I) E Wodhc, treasurer, M Fchr, recording secretory. Dr M. Read, adviser. B. Druminski. president, D. Ranter, vice president, E Rohhngcr, corresponding secretary. (Row 2) D. Cislcwski, D. Good. C Bastjan. J. Baumbucli. Geography Fraternity The promotion of interest und further study in geography is the purpose of this national professional organization. Open to majors and minors in geography, the group had a well-rounded schedule of activities including programs, field trips, area plantings and picnics. Phi Mu Sigma Phi Mu Sigma is a recognized professional college fraternity for teachers of the mentally retarded. It was organized with the uun of fostering better understanding of die mentally retarded through education and public awareness, promoting finer relationships between parents and teachers of the mentally retarded, and maintaining professional growth and standards. (Row 1 j D Sawyer, W. Lucck. N. Smith, Mrs J. Nelson. A. Herman. ( Row 2 J H Hahn, C. Lang. )■ Cain. B. Bard. J. Healy. — Ill —(Row I) Dr M Schirmcr, adviser, H Rucge. ptttulcnt, G. Patcnscn. secretary, B. Trcu, vicc-ptesidenr. (Row 2) I Knapp, M Stobb, T Grittinger, G Benge, M Tupesis, G. Williams, B. Brunhan. J. Stamsra (Row 3) R. Hcring. J. Tupesis, R. Schrocdcr. | Alice, J Popperr. German Club Becoming acquainted with the rich cul- sen led through plays, poetry, slides, and lure of Germany is the purpose of the Ger- native folk songs. Everyone interested in the man Club. An appreciation of the literature. culture of Germany is welcome, art, music and customs of Germany is pre- Sigma Epsilon Sigma Female students having a 3.5 average in their freshman year arc candidates for membership in Sigma Epsilon Sigma National Honor Sorority. Besides the annual initiation tea, other social events were sponsored (Row I) 1. Pape, N. Russell. (.. Leach, J. Blomqutst. H Walter, A Bublitz. J. Manhotf. (Row 2) S. Sctlick. D. Hurt, K Galas, G Piclow. B Goniun. T. Marone, J. Franklin, J. Genunzio. A Davison.(Row 1 D. Lukes. A. Birchler. T. Butenhoff, S. Murawski, J. Scrcbc, J. Nimmer. J Tylicki, G. Sherman. S. Prccourc. (Row 2) B. A Icon, T. Stoeveken, P. Kulas, M Zinncr, corresponding secretary, E. Schumacher. G Lacke, president. S. Van Himbergen. recording secretary, J. Gruber, treasurer, R. Topp. (Row 5) S. Scott, J. Freund, M. Shebu, L. Lewens. H. Schrocdcr. Rev. Dean, adviser, D Schultz, M Stobb, J Lowabky, D. Eisch. M. Du Pont. Newman Club Newman Club sponsors a program which provides for the social, intellectual, and spiritual welfare of the Catholic student. During the year, three dances, two lectures. and numerous small discussion sessions were held. During the month of October, a regular Rosary was conducted daily. The club also sponsored communion breakfasts on holydays at nearby parishes. — 113 —(Row 1) K. Johnson. M Schield, president, C. Koffkc (Row 2) R. Schroeder, M. Meyer, L Fritz. Christian Science Every First and third Monday of the month, members of the Christian Science Organization met for testimonial services. Their meetings consisted of readings from the Bible and the Christian Science textbook, "Science and Health by Mary Baker Eddy. Gamma Delta Gamma Delta, the international associa tion of Lutheran college and university students, sponsors social and religious activities for Lutheran students of the Missouri Synod. Special events include worship services, Bible study. parties, picnics and active participation in programs Friendships based on mutual understanding are established through membership in the organization. (Row 1) N. Dobbratz, B. Gessner. J Franklin, D. Fischer, D. Ftlemus. J. Grimm, V SeMz, K. Mittag. (Row 2) L Fillnow, R Magnus. H. Walter. C. Schroeder, S. Kruse. L Groth. T. Gicschen, secretary. E. Luy (Row 3) A Heckendorf, J. Dall-man. J Gilbert. J Mennmg. Rev. N Brandt, adviser, T. Heumann, president, H Hess, R l.uizke, E Witt, vice-president.(Row I) P. Summers. G. Mclarchic, P. Jupp, M Engcbrctson (Row 2) D. irZ| J- Cammack. f'J . Cocking, H Newton, H. WcigeL (Row 3) A. Bublitz, C NaiTgigtr. R Harrison, K. Berg, R Vick Intervarsity The IVCF, an interfaith group, provides religious experience and fellowship through daily Bible studies, prayer meetings, lectures and monthly socials. The high point of this active-group's schedule was the formal banquet held in the spring. USF To confront the campus community in its total life with the Christian faith is the basic purpose of the United Student Fellowship. The group met on Sunday nights at Plymouth church to discuss various topics of interest to the group, such as the growth of revivalism in America. Iri May the group, in conjunction with USF from Madison, worked on a week end paint-up project in Chicago. ( Row I) J. Wilbrsoo. S. Olson. L Davis. ( Row 2 j Rev H Hastings, adviser. U. Cassidy, G. Ficycr.(Row 1 J Keller, S. Naset. J. Wiedmeycr, editor. H. Bentley, vice-president. R Keller, adviser, J. Wood, treasurer. I). Malcolm, secretary. F. Sjiikcy. R Forster. (Row 2) I Hanson. F. Nelson, M. Kezny. B. Dregne, S. Jarvis, K. Scybnld. F cllstciii. R Decker. (Row 1). Thorne. I . Stewart, H Marsh, J. Pettigrew, C. W.tby, J. Hahn, J. Pirie. M land. T Grittingcr, B Andrews, J. Fitch. 1) Miller. J. Morris. Wesley To provide a home away from home for Methodists" is the purpose of the Wesley Foundation, The club sponsored a variety of activities for its members. A weekly informal supper coupled with a lecture-discussion period afterwards i presented. The Sunday eve- ning program also includes entertainment in the form of square dances, volleyball, and group games. Tire development of a Christian philosophy of life is what the group hopes to achieve by means of spiritual and intellectual guidance. — 116 —LSA LSA is. organized with the purpose of enriching the spiritual, social and intellectual life of Lutheran students through a varied program at Like Park Lutheran Church. Guest speakers, choir, Bible studies, guidance and non-credit courses, plus social activities were included in this year's program. (Seated) G. Yokes, treasurer. Rev. R. Burchett, adviser, K Lund, president. (Row I) J Liedtke. I Madson, J. Soule. D. dimer, vice-president, (' Haglund, secretary, N. Heiser, M. Peterson. J Crawford. M. Gacthkc, R Hclgcson (Row 2) R. Treptnw, J Braiidtjcn, D. Spencer, J. Meyer, B Lins. K. Teichcr, S. Rosso. J. Witt, J. nidmann, J. Maves, D. Frankc, N. Dibb. N Hetnpe. A Petersen, C Long. D. Liubcnhciincr. (Row 3) T Tollefsen, F. Sandberg J. Kannenberg. C Bachmann, l3. Rossdsen, J. Svoboda. f. Sinclair, M Teichcr, K. Hcrucl, D. Shetzer, G. Belt I, I) Toetz. — 117 —Publications.............p. 120 Music.......................131 Drama ......................141 ROTC........................151PUBLICATIONSIMWMrTTyir ' Harry Knitter Editor IVY From the first day of registration to the last week before publication. IVY staff photographers were shooting every event that was considered necessary for the complete record of the school year. Meanwhile, the IVY staff, led by Editor-in-Chief Harry Knitter, was busy planning and developing the book. The culmination of a years work resulted in this production, the UWM IVY. Ron Jaeger Associate Editor and Features Doris Bauer Business ManagerCatherine Taylor Greeks Vivian Locke Organizations and Publications Merrykate Myhre Music Kathy Oehmcke Seniors Ann Toldrian Women's Sports Liz. Kuttler DramaKaryn Harker Government Barbara Gonion, Administration and Joyce Soltis, Residences Harry explains the "dummy'' to the startCopy Desk: Jim Lorrcnee. Dave Branch, editor, Carol Pcttcy, Lynn Wheeler. V Feature Desk: Sue Kramer, editor, Deanna Uradnicck, Linda Oweis, and Make-up Editor Marilyn Kern. City Desk: Fred Urbartski, Denise Schlaefer, editor, and Frankie Gerend. In the background, Harry Knitter, Sports Editor — 124 —Paul Feblhabcr, Managing Editor. Mr Ahigren, adviser, and Sylvia Mi ley, Executive Editor POST I Organization is the key word of a college newspaper, and ic was with this in mind that Sylvia Mi Icy and her staff published the Post week after week. The paper gives students interested in journalism a chance to try their hand at realistic newspaper situations in an environment where new ideas are encouraged. Society Desk: Bev Gessoer and Pat McKinnon, editor In the background, Marion Nelson, Business Manager. — 125 —Bernic H upper ts Executive Editor POST II Stepping into the driver's scat as editor for the second semester, Bernic Hupperts and his staff continued rhe freedom of opinion policy of the paper. This belief was clearly demonstrated by their objective coverage of such controversial subjects as die John Gates speech. Vira Klotzbach Associate Executive Editor Dave Branch Business Manager JttMarilyn Kern. Circulation Frankie Gerend, Make-up, ami Pat McKinnon. Pictures Bev Gcwner. Society. Floriun Brust, Sport). Fred Urbamki. Features Sandy Spar . CityD. Nelson, A. Sullivan, S. Parker, A. Moon, G. Benge, (Seated), K. Kaliebe, J. Gross, S. Jankowski. F. Urbanski CHESHIRE of music and the graphic arts as well. Editor Glenn Benge and stuff published two editions this year. Cheshire is UWM’s literary magazine, publishing the best original college work obtainable, not only in the literary forms of verse, essay, and story, but in the allied fields — 128 —Glenn Gibson Ron Wilson Photographers Pictures — we’ve got lors and lots of pictures — thanks to busy photographers Jim Lyons. Curt Stedmao, Ron Wilson and Glenn Gibson. Photographs are not only necessary for the yearbook, bur also add pictorial interest to the Post and the work of the public relations department, the News Bureau. Jim Lyons Curt StedmanMr Bartncss and Mr. Ahlgrcn Advisers Impartial criticism and suggestions arc necessary in maintaining and improving the standards of the campus publications. The UWM department of Journalism provides the experienced personnel for the advisory positions on the yearbook and the newspaper staffs. Garold Bareness is advised for the IVY and Harold Ahlgrcn is adviser for the Post. Frank Campenni of the English department is the adviser for the Cheshire. — 130 —Concert Band Versatile is the word for die UWM Band, and director Paul Anderson can tell you all about the hours of rehearsal and planning required to meet the demands of a busy schedule. Starting with the first football game, through the basketball season and ending with a spring tour, to say nothing of convocation programs and a music festival sandwiched in between, members and instruments have little time to get rust)-. The secret, says Mr. Anderson, is interest and cooperation. (Row I ) C. liccling. S. Wetland, P. Connors. J. French. J. Maves, D Young. M. Hctzcl, R. Hansen. J Madun (Row 2) J. Walker. I. Schnagle, J. Trauc, R. Janusiak, F. Halde-mann, B. Messner, Li Ballict. K. Bagley. C Weber, E. Brungraber, I. Shumaker, R Brenner, J. Sigmund. M. Stagliano, J. Tall, S. Prccourt, P. Richmond. H. Shekner (Row 3) N. Hess. J. Miison, D. Hansen, J. Kocstcr, E. Bischmann. F. Hemke. B. Milfred. R. Magnus. R. Metzger. J. Carter, R Holt. T. Terzlaff, D Pforr, D. Dupler, K. Berigan, R. Simmclink, W. Lauccrbacb, J. Tagarz, D. Carlson, N. Contorno. (Row 1 P. Fenner, T Gall ion, S. Kruse, R. Komas, I Murach, D. Rimker. K. Kosanke, P. Breese, E. Paasth, R. ErJman, 1) Mennicke, R. Schambcr. J. Joslyn, T Kudin, J. Brusky, T. Trocicr, D Etsch, C Nuffziger, G. Schrocdcr, W. Gurreter, G. One, T. Haefner, R. Stcmbach, R Con fare — 132 —“Lowland Sea” "The Lowland Sea” was presented the latter part of November for your pleasure, and these few scenes from the operetta arc reminiscent of an enjoyable evening. Sandra Kitzerow, Michael Teicher and David Richards played leading roles. 33 —Girls’ Glee Club (How!) J. Skowlund, J. Slulnki (Row 2) M. Rady, A. Pranica. ( Row 3 S. Thomas. L Kutclcr. (Row •( R Adams, C. Shulcski. (Row 1) M Giokc, D. Frank . Row 2) B. Kcnnon, J. Pichcirncycr. (Row 3) J. Mavcs, A. Lippow. (Row 1) L Wcltzicn, M Knutson.ft (Row 1 ) W. Gordon, N. Kit erow. Row 2) ). Gregg, I) Young. (Row ) G. Hahn, K Bassett. (Row 1) C. Haglund. J. Pinter Row 5) B. Hackbarth. The Girls’ Glee Club nor only stags for fun hut serves as a laboratory group ft i student directors, • i-.h of whom has an opportunitj to select his music and direct the chorus at one or more of the concern given throughout rhe school year. Mr. Marion Johnson is their adviser. (Row It B. Ryder, R. Brenner Row 2) S Mat . N. Cormach. Row } • M Malm, R Magnus. (Row I | MeGlynn, P. I;»xcy t Row 5t G. ScodwcllHoliday Singers It was Christmas on campus, and the Holiday Singers, under the direction of Jack Johnston, presented a concert of music for the occasion The choristers have the distinction of being the first to sing at the Milwaukee Memorial Center. (Row 1) H. Alrhocn, C. Koffkc, C Rake, J Shalcski. B Jessen. M Brophy. Row 2) M. Pignolct, G. Owen, C Shalcski. J Kowalsky. N. Kitzrow, McVicar. V. Foerstcr. M Kjell. D. Young. N. Cornwell, S. Hcinzclman (Row 3) C. Owen. A. Toldrian, M. Tokirian, G Reinhardt. M Tweeden, D. Lauben-heimcr, D. Mayer, J. Skowlund. ( Row 4) D Davis. S. Badtke, P. Morris, N. Wolfgram, L Bockcr. N Dibb. I Wdtzicn, C Doctor, J. Girard, R. Brenner, C. Meissner, A Wallner. B. Kinnun. Women’s Chorus The Women's Chorus is one of the more popular organizations on campus, and when all those feminine voices arc raised in song no one doubts their enthusiasm for music, perhaps because of their voluntary participation. The group takes part in both formal and informal programs. — 136 —Music Educators MENC is part of a national organization. Tl e UWM group, with Miss Esther Jepson acting as their adviser, express their interest in music education through a flexible program, including various activities relating to methods and techniques of teaching music. (Row 1) E. Filenius, S. Wetland, K Walter. J. Olson, J Kowalskjr, H Shekncr. (Row 2) S. Rosso, R Magnus, M, Wiermsz, M Hawkins, G. Mcl-atcnie, C Weber, A Christophcrson, M Hctzd, I. Shumaker, E. Paasch. (Row 3) R Brenner, J. Schrokler, J. Tetzlaff, L Doudna. (Row 1) E Paasch, F. Tcsch, J. Ntnmer. J. Joslyn, V Brinkman. P. Connors, S. Rosso, t Row 2) C Bchling, W. Hohmann. J. French. J. Schnxdcr, A. Christophcrson. R Confute. S. Kitzerow (Row 3i K. Mittag, R. Bauman, I. Stasiak, D. Pforr, C. Weber, A Lcicht, M Hawkins (Row 4) I. Madson, R. Holt, I. Shumaker. J. Carter, C. Jardan. J Schuldr, R Walter. (Row 5) R Albers, S. Wciland, D. Chipman, E Walls. M. Farkas, M Tcichcr. A Cappella Choir Under the capable direction of Mr. Marion Johnson, the A Cap-pella Choir at UWM is very much in demand for special occasions in particular. TBeir Christmas Concert was outstanding, and according to authoritative information, all members returned from rheir cusromary spring tour satisfied and pleased with its success. — 137 —Orchestra (Row I) C Ilichclbcrg. J Wlahovich, J Preiss, H. Steven. J. Smrekar, F. Suclthob, T Chopp. (Row 2) M. Pedcr-K»n. H. Schaeffer. J Skowlund, W. Schubert, W. Gordon, J. Pinter, K. Gibson, M Wierruw, K. Tallmadge, J. Schnagl. (Row J) R. Nelson, L) Davison, L Augustine, J. Clinton, K. Bagley, N Franz. Those happy smiling faces belie the tedious Itours and hours of practice, practice and more practice that arc required to make everything from the compositions of Bach through Bartok arrive on key and in unison. But then even, serious musicians have dicir moments when a rehearsal goes well, which was the ease when this picture was taken. Mr. D. Shaw was taking his position as director a hit more seriously, hut maybe that was because he was bringing the orchestra through a particularly difficult passage. Mr. D. Shaw. — 158 —(Row I) S. Ltubach. (Row 2) S. Rungc. J. Barber. (Row 3) J. Venne, B. Casey. C. Bjorklund. (Row 4) S Badtke, A. Johnson. G. Butenhofl. J. Kocstcr. (Row 5) A. Newby, P. Hogan, C Bjorklund. S. Naset. D. Sabourin, S. Precourt. (Row 6) D Davis, N. Uttke. C. Ebert, N. Stauftachcr. P. TlKimas, N. Hess, J. Ahrens. M. Wider. (Row 7) K. Briggs. J. Hoffmann, M. Beck. B. Gross, B. Randrap. B. Qucsinbcrry. P. Summers, H Hinze. (Row 8) J. Cox. M Helland, G. Scodwcll. B. Holtyn, C Hum, C Pmmcrsbcrgcr. J Bcckcr, D. Filcnius, G. McLatchic, C Haglund (Row 9) R. McFcrrcn, J Docrlingcr, K. McMonaglc, I_ Murach. J. Tctzbff, D. Gachman, J. Tall. J. Sycns, M. Findley. Mr. A. Jones. Mixed Chorus The Mixed Chorus has had a really full schedule this past school year. For example, they collaborated with the UWM A Cappella Chotr and orchestra, plus several other groups in the presentation of theoritorio "Solomon'' and other selections. They provided vocal accompaniment for the operetta 'The Lowland Sea.” and gave Christmas and spring concerts of their own. — 139Men’s Chorus The trio of feminine vocalists apparently hold a favored position. What sensible coed wouldn't want to be surrounded by all that masculinity? The fourth male charmer is Sandra Kitzerow, the accompanist. Mr. Arnold Jones obviously enjoys Ins directorship, or maybe he was anticipating the success with which the group met on their tour of Northern Wisconsin. Row 1) S. Kitzerow, S. Wciland, E. Paasch, A. Christopherson. (Row 2) G Gross. G. Jenkins, J Harris, D. Kivh. R Schambcr, G. Ruchle, G. One, D Johnson, N. Omtorno. J. Joslyn (Row 5) Mr. A. Jones, J. Syens. J. Smrekar. D Nicholson, F. Bischmann, T. Troticr, D. Carlson. J. TetzlalT, D. ( hipnun, F. Haldemann, T. M»elkc, 1) Szymborski, D. Vethe, R. Bauman — NO —DRAMAUniversity Theatre DOCTOR KNOCK ...Jules Remains ALADDIN AND THE WONDERFUL LAMP ....Frank Norris THE RIVER LINE ....Eugene O'Neill WINTERSET ....Maxwell Anderson The fantasy-styled scenery and quaint costumes of T r Knock" were vividly portrayed in this scene."Dr. Knock" was a satirical portrayal of a doctors attempts to exploit .1 French village. Here the doctor and the village inhabitants are wound deeply into else plot. The doctor, Farouk Vania, admires a painting — 143 —Aladdin, William Krause, and die princess, Karen Wachs. explore the pot of gold. — 144 — Aladdin and the Wonderful LampScenes like this from rhe talc of The Arabian Nights' held the audience captive. The princess, Aladdin, and the sultan are the chief characters involved in Aladdin's plot — 145 —The River Line "The River Line's" leading roles were portrayed by Sandy Sell and Jim KannenbergTwo of the characters discuss the play's problem: How shall men and women who loarhc violence live in an age of violence. Behind the Scenes After rehearsal were over, actors found time for relaxation Some players studied their parts and some didn't . . . maybe he's making xcncry! — 148 — — 149 — Actors and crew members joined talents to construct scenery.Lighting is an important part of any play. This acting just tires me out . . . The stage is set, the curtain drawn . . where'd everybody go? — 150 —Department of Military Science and Tactics The UWM ROTC department, under the direction of lx Col. George Bruner, strives to train male students in all aspects of leadership. The detachment. which has us licad-quarters in the stadium, explains. teaches, and drills ROTC cadets to instill maximum military know ledge in them. Class instruction integrated with practical application form the basis of the regiment's instructional techniques. Regimental Staff—(left to right) Capt. C. Drake, SFC C L Secgcr. Col. G. Bruner. Cape. W. Hubbard, Maj. W. Whittington, Capt. R Tucker, Lt. Col. W. Stcichcn. M Sgt. M. Shiner The culmination of a years work was the federal inspection, held in MayCadet Regimental Staff (Row I) E. Rcbholz, J. l.ang. R Kocsslcr. C. Anderson. (Row 2) T. Roeggc. K. Schildcr, L Water, H Knitter Commander . . . Executive Officer Battalion Commander Battalion Commander Battalion Commander Staff Officer Staff Officer . . . Public Information Officer............ . . C adet Col Lee Witter Cadet l.t. Col Edward Rcbholz . Cadet Lr. Col. Joseph Ling Cadet Lt. Cd. Ronald Kocsslcr , Cadet Lt Col. Carl Anderson Cadet Maj. Thomas Roeggc . Cadet Maj. Keith Schildcr Cadet Lt Harry Knitter Scabbard and The UWM Honorary Military Society went out of existence on February 22 when a chapter of Scabbard and Blade was established on campus. Members of HMS were initiated into the national honorary military organization by an installing team from Marquette University. Lee Witter was later chosen as captain of the UWM chapter. Blade (Row I) K Roozen, L Witter, captain, K Schildcr, R. Kocsslcr. (Row 2) A. Wivion, I) Harr, R Wilke. J Ling. F. Cuhlitu (Row ) P. HorUuuscr C». Stem, R Ryberg, J RuwJt. E. Rchlmlz. T Pettey. G. BratLmd. i Row -I j J. Symons, H Pries, J Stauber. D Fraser. J. Richter. W. Ziegler. T. Ruegge, J Kaos. J Samosky. — 153(Left to right j R. Koesslcr. T Tonn, M Mueller. SF( C. L Sccgcr. D. Lewison, K Wi Henson. Rifle Team “Ready! Aim! . Tlie sharpshooters are ( Row 1) J. Stuubcr. N Christianson. (Row 2) G. I jmtucher. M Mueller, R Koesslcr. The UWM Rifle Team compiled tin. best record in their history during the 1957-58 season. Let by high scorers Mark Mueller and Ron Koesslcr. the Rangers' swept to a third-place finish in the William Randolph Hcarst trophy match—in competition with 114 colleges and universities in the 5rh Army area, finished in the top ten per cent in the Army area intercollegiate rifle matches; fired in the National ROTC matches; and shot their way to a 9 win-1 loss record against mid-western collegiate reams. The squad was coached by SFC C. L Sccgcr and advised by Cape Charles Drake. SFC C L Sccgcr. coach, and Capt. Charlo Drake, adviser, plot their rifle team strategy. — 154 —Drill Team The drill team's precision was a combination of good material, fine leadership, and hard work. M. Sgt. Maurice Shiner and Cape. Ray Tucker, drill team coach and adviser, respectively. Drill team leader Paul Dnnhauscr directs the traffic at the commissioning ceremonies — 155 —Methods of Instruction An important part of the third year ROTC course is the Methods of Instruction section, which aims to "make cadets learn and perform sound instructional practices'". Each student was assigned a topic which he presented to fellow "future officers" under the guidance of Lt. Col. Stcichcn. He may teach recruits some day. but here David Wood attempts to describe methods of map reading to fellow cadets. Cadet Louis Hansen instructs the class on the heels in'" technique of the prone rifle position. — 156 —Commissioning Ceremony Col. Bruner addresses the graduating cadets. Cadet Greg McEIwec is commissioned as a 2nd lieutenant. Four years of studying, drilling, leading — what will follow this oarh.' — 157 —Fall Sports Winter Sports Spring Sports Women’s SporrsW tArmin Kraeft Football Golf Russ Rebholz Basketball Tennis Bill Ritter Baseball Football (Ass t. Merman Kluge. Athletic Director Swimming Ray Krzoska lntr.unur.ils Bill Burns Wrestling Football ( Ass t.) John Tierney Track Cross-Country Football (Asst.) — 160 —(Left to right) H. Kluge, G. Gleason. R. Tillema. R Brumblay, ii Railedgc. P. Salamun, M. Summers, R. Heiden. Athletic Board John Rauch Kibbe Memorial Award winnerMajorettes (Left to right) B. Glowackt, B. Retzlaif. D. Davis. (Left to right) N. Curran. E. Fellows, J. Wagcnknecht. D. Haack. •» (Row I) Dick Neumann, D. Budig, T. Geerdts, R Hcnzl, J. Cleary. D. Chcrney, D. Tcbay, W. Brockway, J. Rauch, R Bekkcn, J. Cummings. (Row 2) R Fori, manager, D Muchlbach, L Knkelas, J. Carreno, W. Baas, Bob Neuman. J. Loyda. L Strcff, G Brasser. J. Hoffman. R. Herrmann. J. Fitch, manager. (Row }) W. Ritter, ass't. coach, R Westhofen, manager, J. Riegle, F. Puza, R. Splinter, J. Demonk, M Rasinski, D. Cucincllo, G Brown, F. Uebcle, T. Borzykowski, A Budzak, trainer, J. Tierney, ass't. coach. (Row 4) A. Kracft, head coach, R Micrendorf, I. Reed, W Schmidt. S. Andre. A Rozire, W. ('arisen, R Fabich, R Opie. S Racinowski. M Dressier, W. Burns, ass r. coach. Football After establishing a new school record of 14 con secuttvc losses with a defeat at Whitewater to open the season. Armin Kracft’s Cardinals went on to post a two win-six loss final record. However, this modest tally fails to tell the true story: Kracft was forced to install a completely new starting backfield. due to the loss (through graduation) of the 1956 unit. In addition, key injuries and illness often caused anxiety. The injuries which especially hampered progress occurred to Dick Rauch, in the first game, Ron Ragan, first game, Frank Budzisz. second game. Bob Neuman, second game, and other assorted pains throughout the campaign. An added blow was administered at mid-season, when almost half of the squad was out with the fiu. The bright spots were the hard running of freshman Dick Neumann, who scampered a total of 167 yards against Oshkosh; Jack Loyda's passing and ball han dling, when not hampered by injury; the defensive tactics of Dom Cucincllo, who was chosen all-conference defensive center; and the promise of the freshman prospects. In Kracft’s 1958 plans will be the entire 1957 back-field, the fine starting ends, and the problem of building a new center of the line, which was depleted by graduation. With a freshman crop as talented as last year's, the Cards could show rapid improvement. — 164 —All- Conference Dom Cucinello Coaches, left to right. J. Tierney. A Kracfr. W Burns. 1957 Record UWM Opp. 0..............Whitewater .....................27 31 .... . Oshkosh........................13 12..............Eau Claire...............45 0..............Stevens Point............44 0..............Plattcvillc ...... 7 7..............Iowa Wesleyan .... 13 7..............Beloit .........................19 14.............Ferris Institute 7A Cardinal defender about to lower the boom. One pass caught and six points addedThe opponent that almost got away. The Cardinals close in on an enemy ball carrier. — 167 —r Where, oh where, has ilur luck ball gone? A stiff Cardinal defensive lute answers cite challenge. — 168 —m, Winter Sports(Seated on floor) R Foti, manager, R. Edwards, manager. (Row 1) K. Zach, R. Jasna, W Phnska, 1 Reed, T. Kneuscl, J Gnxhuwski. R. Craft. R Rcbhoiz, head coach. (Row 2) R. Bekken, G Cwiklowski. J. Domkc, J. Misorski, E. Kastclic. S Caydos. J. Klabundc. E. Markunas. K Mot, D. Vincent, W. Malle)'. Basketball Opening the season w ith four straight victories, the basketball Cardinals created visions of a championship in the hopes of UWM fans. However, these dreams were shattered as the Cards encountered "road gamc-itis" and failed to tome up with the needed road victories to add to success at home. Result: a 7-5 conference record and a third place finish Nevertheless, Russ Rcbhoiz' pesky quintet rang up an overall record of 14 wins and 7 defeats to pose a new high in overall game totals during Rcbhoiz' reign. The season followed an uneven pattern, combining impressive victories with depressing defeats. On the black side of the ledger were decisive wins over St. Norbett s College, which had dow ned highly-touted Marquette just a week before, and conference champion Plattcvillc, which would have gone undefeated were it not for the Cardinals' upset. Some of the more depressing moments included losses to a fair Stevens Point squad, a smooth St. Cloud Teachers unit, and ordinary Oshkosh and Stout teams. The Stout loss eliminated the Girds from championship running. A bright aspect of the 57-'58 campaign was the showing of newcomers and the continued brilliance of veterans. Not one member of the squad was a senior, which indicates a solid nucleus for next year’s Cardinal ream. New faces Jerry Grochowski. Dave Vincent, Ken Zach, Jack Misorski, and George Cwiklowski supplemented tlic play of veterans Tom Kneuscl, who set a number of school scoring records while finishing second in conference scoring. Jim Klabundc. Jetty Domke. and Steve Gaydos. — 170 —Tom Knciucl AII-Conference center1957-58 Record UWM Opponents 104 ...........Alumni................64 81 ...........Loros.................72 75..............Macalastcr............73 72..............Milton .......................59 88..............St. Norbert...........77 90..............Stevens Point .... 91 80..............Beloit .......................91 102.............N. Michigan .... 72 72..............St. Cloud ....................88 95..............Whitewater............67 90 ...........La Crosse.............94 78..............Stout.................93 66..............Oshkosh...............74 82 ...........Plattcvillc ..................71 91 ...........Stevens Point .... 88 85..............River Falls...........80 105 ...........Superior..............88 82 ...........Michigan Tech ... 70 109.............Whitewater............85 93..............Oshkosh...............69 83 ...........Plattcvillc .................112 Kncuscl clean the boards as Craft and Gruthowski. Card forwards, stand by to lend a hand. And the score goes up . . . -172 —Grochowiki goes up high to control a rebound. Coach Rcbholz gives encouragement to a tired player.The Cards fast break awayr from Northern Michigan.Chalk up two point for Vincent and the Cardinal . — 175 —Swimming Must he an easier way to reach the water (Row 1) M Stegmnyer, L. Rmgwall, H. Sipowski. G. Bomberger (Row 2) I) Misiewici, W. Emanuclson, T. Rose. P. Christiansen, A Hud .ik. manager (Row 3) W. Greenberg. R. Mayer. T Mienwa, J. Molenda. (Not pictured) H Kluge, coach. D Faust.Wc Opponent They 63 ... . Wright Junior College ... 23 53 ... . North Central..............33 31 .... Cirinnell...................54 50 ... . University of Chicago .... 35 48 ... . Michigan Tech..............38 53 ... . Beloit College..............33 60 .... La Crosse..................26 21 .... Central Michigan...........21 Hello down there! A Cardinal swimmer cuts die wacei as a teammate provides encouragement. — 177 —(Row 1 ) D. W'ahler, W. Hubbard. D. Kiel, T. Villari, J. Lieske. Row 2) J. Rauch, J. Larese, S. Oflich, T. Borzy-kowski. A. Anderson. A. Polakowski. W. Burns, coach. Dick Kiel illustrates proper wrestling technique. — 178 — W restlingDick Kiel struggles with an opponent. — 179 —Wilson Hubbard in a take-down John Rauch strains as he tangles with an opponent — 180 —Baseball Coach Bill Ritter Coach Ritter Illustrates proper bunting techniques — 182 —Infielders, left to right, Andy LuHarbara, Tom Somers, Hurry Graona. Jim Cleary, and Dun Lcwi m 1958 Baseball Schedule Milton Like Idlest Oshkosh Carroll Hlutccvillc St Norben Whitewater Beloit Stevens nnt University of III.—Chicago Milton Catchers. Bill Hunt and t,o»rgc Owkkjw»V;i I’ltilKrrs Hugh Tlmmpson and Dave Basco(Row I) C Filipowicz, R Zirbel, R Buchlcr. R. Warren, A. Pokkowski, R. Wengatz, J. Riditer, J. Parisea. (Row 2) B Dempsey, J. Parris, D. Jennings, L. Klarncr, D. Youngquist, D. BogcnschiW, T. Krocger, W. Winter, J. Holz, A. Tesch, D Vincent, R. Kiumb, J. Tierney, coach. Flying to paydirt — 184 — TrackA Cardinal trackman with victory in si ht Wally Winters Shot Put Record Holder Hurdlers Bogcnschild and Klumb drive on toward rhe finish line.Dave Vincent clears six feet in the high jump.Al Bannenbcrg and Bob Zubcl skim (he low hurdles. Dave Bogcnschild shows suj rb form and deep concentration — 187 —188f WRA I R.m- I) R Scott, vice-prcsulcnt. G Scholz. receding secretary. Mm Fern I hlcr . adviser. J Andenon. present, H. Schmidt, corresponding secretary, N. Taylor, treasurer. The Women's Recreation Association conducts a program of sports for women S| ortshcjkls arc elected to lead each sports group. In addition, they are responsible for organizing and reaching the spott The sports heads, the officers, ami Miss Fern Eh lets, adviser. comprise the WRA Board. Membership in WRA is through participation in sports. I Row 11 R. Scott, G. Schulz, Miss Ehlers, J. Anderson, H Schmidt, N TayJor. Row I Hcssclink, l Woodard, A ToJdrian, K. Marker, M Henning, I). Kantcr, C Leach, H Bentley. M Tackes Row I ) A Toldn.m, L. Gsdiwind, R. Scott, M. Told run. (Row 2) li. Knuth, N Katsman. K. Lcitncr, W. Aunc, S. Jankowski. ( Row }) J Swnlerski, B. Hayden. M Tweedcn, C. Shove. ). Bote. Tennis M Toldrwn. senior iport-head. W Aunc. A. Toldrian. (Row I) R. Scott, N Taylor, M Toldrian, A ToJdriun, J. Hoick (Row 2) I l.ictncr, P Fenner, J Nielsen, L. Scribner, D. I.iso» ki, M Harms, Nl. Tackcs, W, Aune. (Row J) $ Kun billtr, 1). K-inter, H Schmidt, M Kiekhefer, J I.yon, M Kisley, N. Kar nun, Miss Elders, adviser. Volleyball H Schmidt, M. Tackcs, sport-heads. Rtm 1) W Aunc, A. Told run. J I.yon. B. Hayden, M. Harms (Row 2) J. Anderson, H. Fenner, M Kieckhcfcr. H. Schmidt, D Kanccr. F Favcr. N Kiiununn. t Row }) | Nielsen, M Tweeden, Miss tillers, adviser. | Anderson. N. Taylor, R Scott Basketball Miss Fern Ehlers, adviser. N. Taylor, sporthcad. — 193 —(Row I. on diving board) P. Kirkpatrick, C Mayer, M Murray, S. Mazurkicwic , J. Swiderskl, K, Wilke, J. Good son, P. Thompson, S. Tundsten (Row I, sitting) D. Wegner, I Scribner. I Hessclink, B. Schmidt, J. Van Antwerp, K. Schmidt, M. Meyer (Row 2. standing) I Zvers, H Bentley, D Kluge. (. Rogers. Miss Ring. Dorado (Row 1) C. Rogers, secretary, Miss Ring, adviser, D. Wegner, president. (Row 2) H. Bentley, vice-president, D Kluge, treasurer.Timing, skill, poise plus topllighr swimming ability equals smart, rhythmic formations Dorado is the women s water ballet club. Membership is arruined by trying out before |udgcs who are members of the group, Each spring Dorado presents a water ballet show open to the public. A series of four square dance lessons was another highlight of the WRA program. These square dances, held in the Student Union, were sponsored jointly by WRA and the Union Social Committee. The activity had its beginning this year on an experimental basis. Because of its success, WRA will include square dancing as a pan of its program. Square dancing isn't only for squares.Peek-a-boo . . . Friends arc easily gained in this form of recreation.Lcmmic sticks can be fun In addition to sponsoring a complete sports program for women of the school, VRA arranges other events. Each spring a banquet and a faculty fun night are on the agenda. In addition, a high school day was held in which girls were invited from all city high schools to participate in various sports. ’11115 fencing exhibition look eJ like the real thing!(Row I K. Marker, L Scribner. J. Anderson. S. Ritchie, C Ci burn Row 2) N Katzman. E Hucb .hcn, B. Bchling. S Badike. Badminton E. Huebschcn. B. Behling. sporishe.vls —199 —. . p- 20; 206 207 Dorm • Interdorm . Informal • Row 1) R. Neal, M. Gray, S. Carlsen, A. Toko, J. Thompson. D. Sabourin. (Row 2) J. Freund, S. Scott, C Buettner, D. Nelson. Mrs. Winclder, j. Becker, R Topp. M Harms, J. Tylicki. (Row 3) P. Voigt. D. Donald, V Sherman, G. Seed well, R. Brenner, M Miller, I). Anderson. M. Wierrosz, A. Rogahn, G Leach, M. Wider, B. Larsen. (Row 4) C Schowalter, M. Raab. V. Sherman. M Kern. J. Horn, C Taylor. E. Kerscen, A Farwell, N. Davis, M. Tsupeh, Cho-marijatin, T. Gibson. A. Wallner. President: Catherine Taylor Vice-President: Catherine Schowalter Secretary: Mary Harms Treasurer: Dorothy Anderson Social Chairman: Bunny Larsen — 202 — Kenwood HallMarietta Dorm President: Par Kul.is Vice-President: Joan Glysch Secretary: Mary Fullmer Treasurer: Elaine Welistein Corresponding Secretary: Fran Nelson Social Chairman: Sandy Hcinzelman (Row I ) E. Schneider, S. Nasct, J. Nintner, M Zinnen, F. Sanlcey, D. Rowley, N Stauttacher. (Row 2) S. Hcinzcl-man, M Fullmer, C Ebert, J McVey, J. Koestcr, J. Perrin. J Wicdmcycr. S. PrcctHirr, A. Johnson. D. Lukes, S. Spatz. (Row 4) J Temp. R. Decker, B Randrup, P. Kerrigan, K. Decker. K Babcock. Mrs. Parker, P Kulas, J Gregg. J. Bassett, H Htnze. J Kowalsky, R Dubs. (Row i) B. Pobanz. S. Miller, J. Glysch, K. Hoeming. M. Anspach, N. Boyce, R Phillips, K. Wilke. M Ehrlich, S. Van Himbcrgcn. A Woltcr, G. Grosh, G. Jorenby. — 203 —(Row 1) J. Van Antwerp, J. Howard, K. Littlefield. B Krebs. (Row 2) V. Flatlcy. N. Del van, Mrs. Martin, J. Silverwood, J. Hackbarth. (Row 3) P. Fotcy. D. libel, L Hess. J. Slade, J. Nielsen, D. Martin. (Row 4) J. McGlynn. P. Thomas, J. llagan, M. Berndt, J. Anderson, L . Woodard, M. Voelker. (Nor present) N. Taylor. Judith Silverwood Nadine Taylor Dorothy Martin Nancy Dclavan Kay Littlefield Joan Howard Joyce Slade President Darlene Ebel Vice-President Kay Littlefield Secretary Marilyn Voelker Corresponding Secretary Barbara Krebs Treasurer Nadine Taylor Co-Social Chairmen Joyce Hackbarth Judith McGlynn — 204 — Shepard HouseStowell Houses President: Allan Lcicht Vice-President: John Syens Secretary: James Sauer Treasurer: Ludolph Nelson Dorm G Chairmen: AI Nielsen John Gustafson Historian: Kenneth McMonagle (Seated) L Nelson. J. Syens. D. Thompson, A lcicht, J. Sauer. iRowl) C. Gates. R. Metzger, D Fabiano, G. Jenkins. F. Kihara, A. Ames, L Doudna. (Row 2) T. Ferguson, K McMonagle, R. Meyer. J. Wolkenhauer, J. Smrekar. A. Nielsen, J. Gustafson. — 205 —(Seated) M Vuelkcr. M Savage, B. Krebs, J. Perrin. E. Sankcy, J. Nielsen. ( Row 1) N. Boyce, E. Schneider. B. Dins, F Nelson, F Kihara (Row 2) D Fabiano, R Metzger. J Gustafson, A. Nielsen Interdorm President: A1 Nielsen Vice-President: Fran Nelson Secretary: Mary Fullmer Treasurer: Rick Metzger Interdorm was organized for the purpose of promoting friendship and social life among the dorms. It is made up of representatives from each dorm who met once a month to plan events. — 206 —Informality J at the Dormitory Can you find rhc kitchen sink in this picture? — 207 —Intersorority Council . . p. 210 Sororities . . 211 Interfraternity Council . . 220 Fraternities .... . . 221 Rou I) B. l)oheny. C Taylor (How 2) I Stuleski, D. I.iberato, S Appel. G. Spencer. A. Harwell, F. Getend (Row $ C Basham, P. Burk. J McGlynn, S. Wcilnnu, C ( hrutensen. H Biedertr, Dean Wolbcgcr, R Beck, K Zajuck, B. Ians. President Vice-President Recording Secretary Corresponding .Secretary Treasurer Shirley Appel Donna Liberate Marilyn Benson Gerrie Spencer Ann Harwell Adsiser: Dean Wollacgcr Intersorority Council — 210 —Alpha Delta Sigma Barbara Huntington Louannc Strobusch Gerry Spencer Ellen Bulin Judy Zahn President Vice-President Recording Secretary Corresponding Secretary Treasurer Adviser: Mrs. Arthur Rczny Louannc Strobusch Gerry Spencer Ellen Bulin Sue Olson Alice Finley AAL (Row 1) H. Daubl, S. Olson. L. Ottmeier, J. Zahn, L Strobusch, B. Hunrington, G Spencer, F.. Bulin. K. Zajicck, Mrs. Rczny. (Row 2) K CJatk. R. Jaeger. M Kislcy. I Good. U Worzcr. D. Bussey, N Stcfanovik, A. Finley. E. 01m. J. Dene, C Basham. S. Gibbons (Row 5) J. Nielson, S. Sikorski, E Schumacher, C Bjorkland, P. Johnson, N. Taylor. N Wackowski. R. Gonui, J. Foldvary, A. Nelson, R. Conte, H. Schaeffer.Alpha Gamma Lambda President Vice-President Recording Secretary Corresponding Secretary Treasurer Historian Lynn Wheeler Sue Stan is Pat Kulas Alycc Wallncr Helen Htnze Carol Pietz Advisers: Mrs. William butler, Mrs. Gerald Gleason (Row 1 ) V. Shermann, C Ebert. N Poctsch. R Lubs. D. berg (Row 2) P. Kulas. M Zinnen, B Evarnon, L Hes-selmk. B l.ms. A Wallner (Row 3) H Hinze, C Pictz, D. Franke, S. Sums. E. Donohue. (Row 4) S. Schiereck, L Wheeler. M Jones, S. Germanson(Row 1) T. Gibson. B Hare. M Berndt, V. Klotzbach. C Christensen. J. Slack. K Kasten. C. Macro. J F.imcrmann, P. Nelson (Row 2t L Gschwmd. B. Rcrxlaff, M Mueller. D Skiera, J Strebe, R.. Pinorich. D Wegner, J Lychwick, I Drcschcr, U. Bahr, D. Zillmcr, li. Bell. M. Wilier (Row L Javers. B Beck, L Klug. J Richter. B Larson, 1 Flaherty, N. Dclavan, G. ScodvtcII, J. Cuurtright, I Madsun. B. Gilbertson, N. Amoroso Vira Klor hach Carol Christensen Bonnie Harr Lots J avers Twyila Gibson President Vice-President Recording Secretary Corresponding Secretary Treasurer Carol Christensen Joyce Slade Carol Maertz Joyce Limermann Karel Kastrn Adviser: Mrs Paul Anderson Chi Sigma Lambda — 213 —(Row l C. Meissner. S. Weiland, M. Hawkins, S. Ki arrow, M. Hazel. E. Paosch. (Row 2) J. Stasiak, V. Brink-man, R. Walter, H. Shckner, G McLatchie, C Jordan. B Fretz. President 1 sc Vice-President 2nd Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Sandra Kitzerow Mary Alice Pignolct Judy Sr.isiak Sandra Weiland Carolyn Meissner Delta Omicron — 214 —Kappa Lambda Iota Sandra Tabbcrt Ellen Fuchs Phebus Jean Weining Marjorie Turner Billie G ffclr President Vice-President Recording Secretary Corresponding Secretary Treasurer Marilyn Benson Marjorie Turner Mary Calkins Jean Schoenfcld Billie CofTelt (Row 1) M Calkins. A. Rogahn. D. Davis. D. Kluge, J Cradlcr. N Pollock (Row 2) C. Totihey. U. Cotfclt F Phebus, S. Tabbcrt, M Turner, J. Weining. J. Hofbauer. (Row i) J Wolf, L Klug. J Schocnfclf K Burmcisrcr, B. Ixin ingcr, D. Mueller, D. Dcmicn. M. Benson, L). Donald, J Thomson, B. Lehigh, P Voigt. Row C. DanieLs, I Kafka. N Wolfgram, J. Swiderski, D. Ebel, K. Javer . S Rusch, B Bnckhouse, L Krause.Lambda Phi Chi J.inc Van Antwerp Anti Harwell Evelyn Kcrsccn Pat Burk Jo Ann Morris Sue Ebner President 1m Vice-President 2nd Vice-President Recording Secretary G rresponding Secretary Treasurer Adviser: Mrs. Robert Briskey Nancy Davis Judy McOlynn Mina Tsopels Juan Howard Carolyn Meissner Judy Reynolds (R m I k keinp. B liche. (» Owen. D Matter. J. Howard (Row 2 S. Schier, J. Reynolds, S Ebner. S Belling-hausen J an Antwerp. A Favwcll. I Kersten, C Meissner. (Row K. Mason. P Born J Kelly. N Ebcl C SanvilC P Burk, C Owen. D. Peterson, I each. (Row 4j M Tsopds, J. Hularatyk. N Davis, J McC.lytw. C Raison V Ma-thias. N Cufran. M U-mp. J .Mute n. M Koepke, M Beckwith (Row 5 J Waatnlcnccht, D Haack. M Malone D Bauer, M Macdcr. C Doctor, K Wagner.(Row 1) E. Rowles, J. Rite. J. Pixhert, M DAlexander. J Torti, L Lovdale. C Goodek. (Row 2) M Sticks, D. Schlacfer, J. Johnson. S. Peterson. Mis. Hunr, adviser. F. Gerend. J. Noebel, D. Liberato. (Row J) J. Gall. A. Scigne-martin, K Keene. N. Zechel, M Waite, J. Wagner. C. Jacobs, L Davis, J. Zastrow, A. Davidson. President Vice-President Recording Secretary Corresponding Secretary- Treasurer Historian Donna Liberato JoAnnc Noebel Helen Bicdercr Audrey Scignemartin Frankie Gcrend Joan Zastrow Adviser: Mrs. James Hunt Phi Delta Delta — 217 —(Row I) D Mayer. A Weber. Mrs. Zillner, M. Henning. P McKinnon M Dreuka. P Anderson (Row 2) M King. | Will S Ondrcjcch J. Prate. A. Falk. J. Rcinemann. S. Smith, J. Berg. B. Doherty. N. Dobbraa, J Thcurich (Row }) G Markussen | Klug. J. Klog. B Gonion. L Hjort. C Pettey. H Zens. J Schumacher, K. Riordan, I. Verhoeven zoa Marilyn Henning President Annette Weber Marlene Dretzka 1st Vice-President Jean Kubnick Pat McKinnon 2nd Vice-President Patti Anderson Annette Weber Recording Secretary Audrey Falk Jean Kubnick G rresponding Secretary Kathy Riordan Betty Doherty Treasurer Jan Berg Adviser: Mrs. Frank Ziltner Sigma Oniicron DeltaSigma Sigma Sigma President Vice-President Treasurer Recording Secretary Corresponding Secretary Marjorie Cove Nancy Smith Betty Alcott Kitty Taylor Jan Anderson Advisers Mrs. Myron Ropclla, Miss Marym Croy (Row 1) E Dahmer, M Schaer, M Hall, | Schciderer, A Sivcrling, M. Hurd, E. Kuttlcr, J. Anderson (Row 2i M Mchigun, Mrs Ropclla, adviser, I; Alcott, N Smith. M. Gove, C Taylor, V. Chinlund, Miss Cray. adviser. G Helm. (Row 3) M. Irrne, B. jcsseit, M Sdmltze, K. Wergm. J. Sthoieski, 1 Armstrong, M. Savage, M klulich. D. Howard, L Jaeger, G. Oleson. M Shebu, K Decker Row 4 B. Gessner, R. Sccbachcr, M Zimmerman. J Messing, K Murker, M. Malm. S. Appel, M. Horn, K Seybold, S. Jarvis.Interfraternity Council Jack Samosky Mike Cirtren Albert Ncilscn Kay monel Wilke President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Jack Samosky Peter Jost Hick Schmidt Raymond Wilke Adviser: Dean William R. Butler ( Row 1; R Wilke. J. Samosky, Dean Butler, D. West ho fen ( Row 2) B. Fricbcrt, H. Been, J. Fitch, P. Schwartz, J. Jost, A Nielsen, B Johnston. K. McAtccr, D. Smithes(Row I) J. Midanck, J Fishman, D. Bogort. S Sapiro. (Row 2) B. M.tndel, S. Sodos, R Friebcrt, B Borland, R. Pack. L Dubin. (Row 3) B Barnes, M Stein, B. Hartznun, M Grant. B Klein, M. Askotzky, M Belfer, N. Lebo. Master Lieutenant Master Recording Secretary Corresponding Secretary Exchequer Robert Friebert Neil Saglc Harold Been Neil Lebo Bill Bcrland AETT Alpha Epsilon Pi — 221 —(Row 1) Dr. Mathews, adviser, T. Timlcr, J. Smith. J. Symons, D. Doedcns, Mr Ahimann, mivber. (Row 2) J. Kasrner, A Nielsen, J. Pavik, J. Wulkcnhaucr. R. Meyer. T. Joegler, W. Shrake, R Sauercssie (Row 3) K. Sutton. I Zweck. L Hansen, B. Kuscbcl. J. WcMphal, G. Gjcrc, John Symons Jack Zweck Warren Shrake Ixx Hansen Duane Schwjhn Dale Tunlcr President 1st Vice-President 2nd Vice-President Treasurer Recording Secretary 0)rrcsjx nding Secretary Joe Smith Bill Barlow Fduard Sruessy Bob Docdcns Jim Pavik Dale Titnler Advisers: Mr. John Dulka. Dr. Lee Mathews Alpha Phi — 222 — OmegaDelta Kappa President Vice-President Corresponding Secretary- Recording Secretary T rcasurcr Chaplain Alumni Secretary Richard Schmidt Bartolomcw Trentadue Kenneth Payne Martin Scoclzel Roy Yopps Milfred Korbuly Ron Cornelius Adviser: Dr. Arthur School ler (Row I) W. Schwarten, B. Trentadue. R. Westhofen. K. Payne. J. Porhlio (Row 2) R. Vattcr. D. Stolmunn. G. Duwe, M. Fricdcwald. R. Bennett, J Born (Row J) R. Yopps, M. Korbuly. M. Stoelzel, D Yesko. J. Fitch, K. Sikorski, L Fcnzl, D. Curran. R- Blankcnbcrg. (Row 1) G. Koltcrman. A. McGariglc, T. Thcandcr, R Keeper. R Starr. W. Brandenburg. W. Loop. (Row 5) R. Schmidt, R Cornelius. R Fretty, L Kamtah, G. Krainer.Delta Sigma Kappa Syl Rucinowiki Bill Josrcn Wayne Brockway Tom Buhrandc Ron Ragan President Vice Pres idem Treasurer Kccordin Secretary Corresponding Secretary Joe Wegerbluer Wayne Brock way Fred Ucbclc Ron Be k ken Jim Cleary Advisers: Mr John Paul Jones. Mr. Ralph Tillcma (Row I) R Edwards. W Josten, J Klabunde. R Bathey. D. Preske. I Row 2) R Foti, I Knkebs. J Kuglitsch, R Nelson, S. Vitas. R Struck. D. Vincent, R Fusck, R Beste (Row 3) J. Cummings. G. Cwildowski. R. Jasna, K Zach, M Nersestan. R Ragan. R. Bekken. T. Buhrandt. R Olcnchck (Row ) F Ucbclc, D. Tebay. F. Bud is . J Cxcrwinslu, E. Markunas. T Sicltcr, D. Muehlbach, R Juxei, A Barde. T. Boriykowski, K Rotuen (Row 3) VC’ Phmka. J. Wegerbauer, W. CarUen, W Duquaine, T. Kneuscl, J O'Neill, J. Grotnacki. A Alex, W. Button:, S. Racinowski.(Row !) J. Traur, T. Trotier, J. Walker, Mr. Rouscy, adviser, E. Nechura. P. Conners, R. Confare, J. Carter. (Row 2) E. Bischmann, R. Janusiak, B. Erdman. K. Baglcy, L Michaels, N. Comorno, J. Machan, G. Schroeder, L Doudna, M. LoDuca. (Row 3) D. Szymborski, D. Fohr, F. Haldemann, L Augustine, J. Clinton. J TctzlafI, F. Suerbolz. A. Leichr, W. Buelow. President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Ronald Wohlust James Walker Paul Connors Robert Confare Advisers: Mr. Morion J. Johnson. Mr. Noel E. Rouscy Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia — 225 —(Row 1) R. Plotkin, S. Rochwcrger. P Grmstein. l . Riddle. H Moser. E. Booksraff, M Stein. M. Grossman (Row 2) A Wiviotc, E. Kreeger, B. Naimon, J Ducklcr, M K unset, S Taussig, G Stein, T Cohen. D Altman, II. Galirzer, R. Reb ben, J. Samosky. President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Historian Adviser: Gerald Sccin Arnold Wiviott Jerome Ducklcr Martin Kurzer F.lliotc Krcxgcr Dr. Glenn K. Riddle Phi Sigma Delta — 226 —Phi Sigma Epsilon John Wctsto Chuck Martin Sam Mikaclian Thor Petersen Ted Rcbholz Grandmaster V icc-G rand master Corresponding Secretary Recording Secretary Treasurer Chuck Martin Thor Petersen Judson Jost Joe Stein Ken McAteer (Row 1) G. Huseby, V. Bucrosse, R Ccrull, D. Kiel, J. Stein, R Rydberg, S. Wanta, L Doodna. B Williams. (Row 2) Mr. Briskey, adviser. T. Peterson, C. Martin, J. Weis to, S. Mikaclian. Mr. Erdnun, adviser. (Row 3) R Tews. R. Tadyih. J. Weber. R. Tamer, G. Frmzi, J. Rauch, R. Scrio, K Martin, J. Rusch, J. KJicblian, K McAteer. (Row A) J Schaft, T Gallagher, J. Jost, J. Molenda, J Klotz, P. Dorrow, C Lacke. T. Rcbholz, B Emanuelson, G. Hoick, J. Mcdingcr. Fan Kappa Epsilon Don Smithes Paul Schwartz Dick Haas Frank Cathlina Carl Anderson Fred Urbanski Austin Mason Marshall Lind Adviser: Mr. Rod Marejuardt Prvt.inis t Pres.) Epiprytanis (V Prcs.l Grammarcus (See.) Cry sophy los (Treas.) ilypophctes (Chap.) Histor Historian) Hegemon (Pldgmstr.) Pylories (Sgt. at arms) Bob Henzl Paul Schwartz Dick Haas Harry Knitter Carl Anderson Fred Urbanski Marshall Lind Bob BeckThe third of three crises to strike Beta Phi Theta came with the opening of World War II. The three remaining chapters had to inactivarc for the duration. In November of 1946 the national fraternity was reactivated, but dis-bansion was threatened if expansion could not be accomplished. Consequently the Racine chapter was established, but quickly died due to negative administrative pressure. The Bradley chapter then withdrew. In 1956 the Alpha chapter from UWM relinquished its charter to the chapter at Tri-State and the national fraternity was disbanded. Thu was the first step towards affiliation with a new national fraternity. On January 10 and 11, 1958. two years of investigation and study of national fraternities was culminated with the installation into Tau Kappa Epsilon. The Betas had spent the whole first semester in preparation for this weekend. After two hectic days of instruction and installation, the weekend activities were culminated with a banquet and charter presentation which followed the initiation ceremony. Almost 100 persons attended the banquet held at the Stratford hotel, including many administrators from the University and alumni, parents, and friends of the fraternity. Main speaker for the occasion was Herbert Helble, past national president and principal of Appleton high school. First of the Greek letter societies founded on campus was Beta Phi Theta fraternity, established in 1917. After a forty year history, the group this year was insulted as Zera-Zeta chapter of Tau Kappa Epsilon international fraternity. In an atmosphere of comradeship and congeniality' brought about by World War 1 and die Student Army Training Corps on the UWM campus (then called Milwaukee Normal School), six students banded together to form a social fraternity. Beta Phi Theta, born of war training camp fratcrnalism on a civilian college campus, was the first social fraternity on the campus, but was virtually unrecognized officially because of its singular existence. In 1934, Beta Phi Theta faced a crisis created by a decline in the number of male students. In order to preserve the fraternity and to assure future progress, national expansion was decided upon. On January 7 of that year. Articles of Organization were signed and a National Executive Board was created. Beta Phi Theta was the first national fraternity incorporated in rise sure of Wisconsin. Expansion to other campuses was rapid and in that year chapters were established at Marquette University and the University of Wisconsin. Madison. Additional expansion took place at Bradley University, Peoria. Illinois (1926); Tri-State College. Angola. Indiana (1928); University of Illinois. Champaign (1930); and the final chapter. Zeta, at the Racine Extension Division of the University of Wisconsin in 1948. The depression of the I930's loomed as the second great crisis and nemesis of Beta Phi Thera. College attendance dwindled and many chapters closed their doors never to be reopened again. Beta Phi Theta lose its chapters at Marquette. Wisconsin, and Illinois. UWM Vice-Provost George Parkinson spoke ar the TKE installation banquet Province officers Bob Aspinwall (left) and John Bickford unveiled the charter of the new UWM chapter.(Row I) G Modjcska, J. Jozwowski, R Fandrich, M Radmanovic, K Ok. (Row 2) D. Goulet. C Daul, D Tronu, J Jctfcrs. I Mlejnck. (Row $) W Nienow, R Bymcs, D. Bchlcndorf, R Jaeck, D Rcuih, D. Zdarstck, D Olcmciak. T. Spider. J. Zmaow, T. Andricsch, R Wouiiak. Richard Roclkc President Dennis Tronca John Jeffers Vice-President John Jeffers Lloyd Mlejnck Secretary Charles Daul James Barrington Treasurer Lloyd MlejnckPeeks at the Greeks These smiling faces tell cottage week. Sun tans and relaxation were in order after the grueling week of exams. Pledges showed their ‘'happiness'' by striking up a rousing song. The S.O. Dclts found that hard work, chicken wire, and paper napkins provided a good recipe for a homecoming float. Part of the Phi's Greeks night display was this collection of pledge paddles. — 231 —BARBARA L. BAHR . . Lower Elementary . . . Dclavan . . . SLIC, Co-Chairman . . . Chi Sigma Lambda . . . Prom Committee . . . Interdorm. ALLAN J. BAIN . . . Commerce . .. Kenosha . . . Society for Advancement of Management , . . Veterans' Club. JOYCE BARBER . . . Lower Elementary . . . Clintonville ... WEA . . . ACE . . . Mixed Chorus. BEVERLY BARD . , . Exceptional . . . Milwaukee . . . Victoria House, Sec. (Madison) ... Phi Mu Sigma . . . ISA (Madison) . . . AWS (Madison). ALEX BARDE . . . Art Education . . . Milwaukee . . . Delta Sigma Kappa ... Basketball... Art Students' League. K. JEANNE BASSETT . . , Lower Elementary . . . West Bend . . IVY. Organizations Ed. . . . Wesley Foundation . .. Marietta Dorm. Housing Ass t . . Co-social Giairman. BARBARA JOLANE BEECHER . . . Lower Elementary . . . Milwaukee . . . Sigma Sigma Sigma . . . WRA . . . ACE . . . UWA. NANCY BERGLUND . . . Lower Elementary . . . Hartford . . . Alpha Gamma Lambda . . . IVY . . . POST . . . Mixed Chorus. JUDITH LEE BETHKE . . . Lower Elementary . . . Milwaukee . . . Platform Comm., Vice-Pres. . . . Geography Club . . . Gamma Theta Upsilon . . . ACE. Vicc-Prcs. MUHAMMED ABASSI . . . Letters 3nd Science . . . International Affairs Commission, Chairman. ELIZABETH ANN ALCOTT .. . Lower Elementary .. . Shorcwood . . . ACE, Pres. . . . Sigma Sigma Sigma, Trcas. . . . Newman Club . . . Delta Kappa Pi. JOAN A. ALIOTO . . . Upper Elementary . . . Larrabee . . . Manitowoc Conservation Assn. . . . Madrigal Singers Club in Manitowoc. NINA AMOROSO . . Upper Elementary . . . Milwaukee . . Qii Sigma Lambda. Treas. . . . Elementary Division. Treas. . .. PEAK Nt., Vocalist . . . IVY, Senior Co-Editor. JANET CAROL ANDERSON . . . Upper Elementary . . . Milwaukee . . . WRA, Pres., Vicc-Prcs. . . . Sigma Sigma Sigma, Corr. Sec... . ISC . .. ACE. JANICE M. ANDERSON . . . Letters and Science . . . Milwaukee. STEVEN W. ANDRE . . . Secondary . . . Sheboygan . . . Delta Chi Sigma ... Football... Secondary Education Club. GENEVIEVE ANDROFF . . . Secondary . . . Racine . . . Secondary Education Club. BONITA BACON . . . Lower Elementary . . . Milwaukee . . . Chi Sigma Lambda, Rec. Sec. . . . ACE.RALPH BIELENBERG . . . Secondary . . . Milwaukee . . . University Thcarrc . . . English Club .. . French Club. Pres. . . . Phi Eta Sigma. BFTTY BIZER . . . Lower Elementary . . . Iola . . . ISA . . , ACE. 1NA B0ET7ELEN . . . Art Education . .. Rio Dc Janeiro . . . IRC . . . German Club. Vice-Pres . . . Dorado . . . Art Students’ League. WALTER R. BORNER ... Letters and Science .. . Prescott . . . Audio-Visual. WILFORD K. BORTH ... Arc Education ... Watertown . Veterans' Club . . . POST ... Art Students' League. GARY L. BRATLAND . . . Letters and Science . . . Milwaukee . . . Theta Chi ... Ice Carnival . . . Military Ball Comm. . . . Scabbard Blade. MARY MARGARET BROPIIY . . . Upper Elementary . . . Milwaukee . . . Women's Chorus, Treas. . . Newman Club .. . ACE . .. WEA. GEORGE BROWN . . . Letters and Science . . . Milwaukee .. . Delta Sigma Kappa. Grandmaster . . . Football .. . Track . . . Athletic Council. HELEN BRUNNER . . . Lower Elementary . . . Wauwatosa . . . Geography Club, See., Treas. . . . IRC, Treas. . .. ACE. HELEN M. CAROTHERS , . . Lower Elementary . . . Milwaukee. VALERIE CHINLUND ... Upper Elementary ... White-fish Bay . . . Sigma Sigma Sigma . . . WRA, Treas. . . . Dorado. Treas____UWA. EDWIN CHLAD1I----------Music . . . Milwaukee . . . S.n- fonia . . . Orchestra, Pres. CAROL CHRISTENSEN . . . Lower Elementary . . . Milwaukee . . . Chi Sigma Lambda, Pres.. Vitc-Prcs., Corr. Set. . . . Soph. Sweetheart Court . . . Junior Prom Co-Chairman ... Intcrsorority Council. WILMA COFFELT . . . Letters and Science . . . Milwaukee . . . Kappa Lambda Iota. Treas. . . . Psychology Club ... sue. ROBERT CURRY . . Upper Elemenrary . . . Milwaukee . . . Wrestling . . . Tennis. DORIS S. DAVEY .. . Upper Elementary . . . Milwaukee . . . Phi Alpha Theta. NANCY DAVIS . . Lower Elementary .. . Appleton . . . Freshman Court of Honor ... Jr. Class, See. . . . Lambda Phi Chi. Vice-Pres., Treas. LUEIXA DEERWESTFR . . . Lower Elementary . . . Green Lake . . . ACE . . . Archery Club . . . Dorado.ANN DF.SCHLER . . . Lower Elementary . . Whitefish . . . Bay . . . WRA . . . German Club. Treas. . . . Newman Club. SANDRA DOLNICK . . Letters and Science . . . Mil- waukee . . . Octupus Madison) . . . POST. LON DOUDNA . . . Music Education . . . Charleston, Illinois . . . Phi Sigma Epsilon . . . Phi Mu Alpha Sin-fonia . . Music Educators National Conference. Pres. . . . Interdorm. Vice-Prcs. BETTY ANN DRUMIN-SK1 . . . Upper Elementary . . . Milwaukee . . . Gamma Theta Upsilon, Vice-Pres., Pres. . . Geography Club . . . ACE . . . CWA. A. DUANE. BETH ELSHOFF . . . Upper Elementary . . . Milwaukee ... ACE .. WEA . .. Newman Club. BARBARA EVANSON . . . Upper Elementary . . . West Allis . .. Alpha Gamma Lambda . . . ACE. ROBERT FABICH . . . Upper Elementary . . . Milwaukee . . . Basketball . .. Football .. . Delta Sigma Kappa. AUDREY FALK . . . Upper Elementary . . . West Alin . . Sigma Omicron Delta, See. . . . Delta Chi Sigma, See____LSA. ANN FARWELL ... Upper Elementary ... Cedar Rapids. Iowa . . . Lambda Phi Chi. Vice-Pres. . . . USG, Sec. . . . Kenwood Hall, Pres. . . . Soph. Sweetheart Court. ESTHER N. FEFER . . . Lower Elementary . . . Milwaukee . - . ACE. PAUL A. FEHLHABER . . . Secondary . . . Glendale . . . POST. Managing Ed. . . . Alpha Delta . . . Phi Alpha Theta . . . English Club. MARG1T FEHR . . . Upper Elementary . . . Milwaukee . . . Gamma Theta Epsilon, See. FLORENCE L. FELLOWS . . . Secondary . . . Milwaukee .. . Sigma Alpha Era .. . Gamma Delta .. . University Players . . . NCTE. MRS. MARY FIALA . , . Letters and Science . . . Racine. JEROME A. FIBBER . . . Letters and Science . . . Milwaukee. MARIANNE KNAUP FINK . . . Lower Elementary . . . Kenosha . . . Wesley Foundation. ALICE FINLEY . . . Secondary .. . Milwaukee . . . Alpha Delta Sigma .... University Theatre, Treas. . . . English Club.NANCY C FJSCHfcR , . Lower Elementary . . . Milwaukee . . . Human Relations Comm . . . WRA . . Gamma Delta . . . Biology Club. SHEILA FITZGERALD . . . Lower Elementary . . . Darlington . . Chi Sigma Lambda . . . Newman Club . . . Elementary Division. Sec. ELLEN FUCHS . . . Exceptional . . Milwaukee . . Sigma Alpha Eta. Rcc. See. . . . Kappa Lambda Iota. See., Vicc-Prcs- GORDON E. FUCHS . . . Upper Elementary . . . Milwaukee . . . Bera Phi Theta . . . Tau Kappa Epsilon . . . Newman Club . . . POST . . . TIMES. RON FUSEK . . . Upper Elementary . . . West Allis . . . Delta Sigma Kappa . . . Track . . . NEA . . . WEA. HAROLD GALITZER . . . Upper Elementary . . . Milwaukee . . . Swimming Team . , Phi Sigma Delta, Vise-Pres. MARILYN JOYCE GESKE . . . Lower Elementary . . . Oconto Falls ... Phi Delta Phi. JUDITH GINSBERG . . . Lower Elementary . . . Milwaukee . . . ACE . . . WEA. WILLIAM J. GIRMAN ... Utters and Science . .. Keno sha . . . Vets' Club. MRS. JOHANNA GNAUCK . . . Master of Arts . . . Secondary . . . Milwaukee. PAUL FRANK GOLL . .. Upper Elementary . Kenosha ... WEA . .. ACE. MARJORIE GOVE . . Secondary . . . Milwaukee . . Sigma Sigma Sigma. Pres. . . . Alpha Delta, Pres. . . . Phi Alpha Theta . . . POST. FRANCIS ALSTON GRAHAM . . . Secondary . . . Milwaukee . . . English Club . • Secondary Education Club USG .. Biology Club. JANICE GREGG . . . Lower Elementary . . Green Lake . Wesley Foundation . . . Marietta Dorm. Sec. . . , Marietta Dorm. Housing Ass't. THOMAS GRITT1NGER . . . Utters and Science . . Milwaukee . . Delta Chi Sigma . . German Club. JOHN GROSS . . . Utters and Science . . Milwaukee . . . Art Students Uaguc . ■ Sign Shop . . CHESHIRE. Art Ed____IVY. Art Ed. FREDERICK H. GROTH . . . Commerce . . . Milwaukee . . Gamma Delta, Treas. . . . Baseball Basketball. JOHN GUSTAFSON ... Art Education . . . Escanaba. Mich ... Art Students League . . • InterdormDARLENE HAACK .. Exceptional ... Fond du Lac . • Lambda Phi Chi . . . Sigma Alpha Eta . . . Cheerleader BARBARA HACKBARTH . . . Lower Elementary . . -Milwaukee . - - Delta Chi Sigma . . . ACE, See. - - . WEA- JANET HAGEN .. . Exceptional ... Waukesha . . . Alpha Delta Sigma .. Shepard House, Vice-Pres. . Philocophia, Pres. . . . Sigma Alpha Eta GRACE HAHN . . Lower Elementary . - . Milwaukee. BJORN P. HALVORSEN . . . Lerrers and Science . . . Manitowoc . Phi Sigma Epsilon, Treas. . . . New man Club. ROBERT A. HAMMES ... Letters and Science ... Cudahy. DONALD J. HAYDEN . . . Letters and Science . . . Milwaukee . . . Psychology Club. SUSAN B. HECKER . . . Upper Elementary . . . Milwaukee . . . Alpha Gamma Lambda . . . Delta Chi Sigma, Vicc-Prcs____ACE . . . IVY. MARCIA ANN HEMPE . . . Lower Elementary . . . Milwaukee . . . Alpha Phi (Madison) . . . ACE . . . WRA. MARILYN A. HENNING . . . Art___________Milwaukee . . . I »r3do . . . WRA . . . Sigma Omicron Delta, Hist., Pres. ... Freshman Orientation. JANE HENRICKS . . . Lower Elementary . . . Dousman . . . Alpha Delta Sigma . . . Social Work Club, Pres. JAMES HENSCHEL . . . Upper Elementary . . . Milwaukee . .. Phi Kappa Psi . . . ACE . .. WEA . . . LSA. ROBERT R. HENZL , . . Utters and Science . . . Milwaukee . . . Tau Kappa Epsilon . . . Bern Phi Theta . . . Military Ball Comm. . . . Football. HOWARD F. HERZBERG . . . Upper Elementary . . . Milwaukee . . . Phi Sigma Epsilon. KATHLEEN M. HILL .., Lower Elementary ... Waupaca. DALE HILT . . . Utters and Science . . . Milwaukee. HELEN HINZE . .. Lower Elementary .. . Sheboygan . . . Alpha Gamma Lambda, Treas. . . . Mixed Chorus . . . Marietta Dorm, Corr. See. MARY LOU H1TCHLER ... Lower Elementary ... Kenosha . . . WEA . . . ACE . . . Phi Theta Gamma.KARIN HOPPE . . . Lower Elementary . . . Racine . . . ACE ... SSGA, Pres. ( Racine) .. . Gamma Lambda. CLAIRFLLEN HORN ... Upper Elementary . . . Milwaukee . . . WRA . . . Women's Chorus . . . Band . . . Geography Club. MARY LYNN HURD ... Upper Elementary . . . Milwaukee . . . Sigma Sigma Sigma . . . LSA . . . CEB . . . IVY. DAVID HURLBUTT . .. Upper Elementary . . . Milwaukee . . . Geography Club. Pres. . . . Young Dcms, Trcas. . .. Biology Club . . . Gamma Thera Epsilon. RUTH JAEGER . . . Lower Elementary . . . Milwaukee Alpha Delta Sigma. Corr. Sec. . . . Women's Chorus. HARRY T. JAMES . . . larncrs and Science . . . Milwaukee . . Alpha Kappa Psi. Vice-Pres. JOAN JANECKY . Upper Elementary . . . Racine . . . ACE. LOIS JAVERS . . Lower Elementary . . . Milwaukee . . . Chi Sigma Lambda, Corr. Sec. . . . LSA. KENNETH G. JENS . . . Exceptional .. . Milwaukee . . . Phi Sigma Epsilon . . . Phi Mu Sigma . . . Tennis. ALLEN JOHNSON . . . Music . . . Wauwatosa . . . Band . . . Orchestra . . . Phi Mu Alpha. JACQUELINE ANN JOHNSON . . Music Education ... Beloit ... CWA ... MENC. Sec. .. . Orchestra . . . Choir. RACHEL JOHNSON . . . Upper Elementary . . Milwaukee. THEOIX)RE T. JOHNSON . . . Letters and Science . . . Milwaukee. MARILYN JONES . . . Exceptional . . Milwaukee . . . Alpha Gamma Lambda, Corr. See. ... Phi Mu Sigma, Rec. See. JACK B. JORGENSEN . Letters and Science . .. Waukesha IRC. Pres.. Vice-Pres. WILLIAM E. JOSTEN , . . Upper Elementary . . . Milwaukee . . Basketball . . . Delta Sigma Kappa. Trcas. . . . NEA . . . WEA. ESTELLA Y. KAELBER . . . Letters and Science . . . Kenosha. JOHN KAESTNER . . . Upper Elementary . . . Milwaukee .. . Gamma Theta Upsilon.LESLIE A. KAFKA . .. Letters and Science ... Two Rivers . . . Sigma Alpha Eta, Treas. . . . Kappa Lambda Iota, Publicity Chairman, Alumni See. . . . Shepard Alumni House . .. Interdorm Council, See., Social Chairman, Treas. LYLE E. K AML AH , . . Letters and Science . . . West Milwaukee . . . Interfraternity Council. Pres.. Treas. . . . Delta Kappa. Treas. . . . Swimming Team. JIM KANNENBERG . . Letters and Science . . . Milwaukee . . . LSA . . . University Theatre . . . University Players. ROBERT KASCHEL . Upper Elementary . . . Milwaukee . . . Alpha Phi Omega . .. University Players . . . LSA. FAY KASTEN . . . Lower Elementary . Lake Mills . . . Wesley Foundation . . . ACE. KAREL KASTEN . . Secondary . . . Milwaukee . . Chi Sigma Lambda, Rcc. Sec. . . . Alpha Delta . . . Secondary Club. Treas. . English Club. Vice-Pres. MARSHA KAUFMAN . . Lower Elementary . . . Milwaukee . . . Hillel, See. . . . ACL THOMAS E. KELLEY . , . Letters and Science . . . Milwaukee . . . Football . . . Vets’ Club. EVELYN KERSTEN . . . Lower Elementary . . . Menasha . . . Lambda Phi Chi . . Kenwood Dorm. Housing Ass t . . . Newman Club . . . ACE. V Jo ! w ANEESE ALEXANDER KHOLRY . . Letters and Science . . Jerusalem. Palestine . . . Delta Sigma Chi. RICHARD T. KIEL . . Upper Elementary . . . South Milwaukee .. . Phi Sigma Epsilon. Rec. Sec. . .. Wrestling ... POST . .. Vets’ Club. JOHN A. KLIEBHAN . . . Letters and Science . . . Milwaukee . . . Phi Sigma Epsilon . . Football . . M Club. JON KI.OTZ . . . Letters and Science . . . Milwaukee . . . Phi Sigma Epsilon . . . Liberal Arts. Vice-Prcs. . . . Track .,. M Club. V1RA Kl.OTZBACll . . . Secondary . . . Appleton. . . Chi Sigma Lambda. Pres.. Corr. Sec. . . . PEAK Nr., Cx -Chairman . . . Alpha Delta . . . Secondary Club, See. . . POST. INGEBORCi M. KNAPP . . . Secondary . . . Milwaukee. MARGARET E. KOEGEL . . Upper Elementary . . . Milwaukee . .. Phi Alpha Theta, Treas.. . Newman Club ... ACE .. . Over 30 Club. Pres THOMAS R. KOENEN . . . Utters and Science . . . Mil- waukee. SLISAN MARJORIE KOENIG .. . Lower Elementary . . . Sheboygan . . . Health and Welfare Comm. . . . Human Relations Comm. . . Delta Chi Sigma . . . ACE. — 240 —RONALD G. KOESSLER . . . Upper Elcmcntury . . . Milwaukee . . . Newman Club . . . Biology Club . . . Honorary Military Society. Vice-Pres. . . . Scabbard and Blade... Rifle Team. Pres. GERALD KOLTERMANN . . . Secondary . . . Milwaukee .. . Delta Kappa . . TIMES . . . Intramural Sports . . . WEA. MARIAN KORTH . . . Secondary . . Amigo . . . University Theatre . . . University Players. See. . . Newman Club. GERALD KRA1NER . . . Upper Elementary . . . Milwaukee ... Delta Kappa, Corr. See. WERNER W. KRAUSE . . . Utters and Science . . . Milwaukee . . . USG. Treas. . . . Sigma Kappa Alpha, Pres., Treas. . . . Alpha Kappa Psi . . . Business Day Chairman. GEORGE A. KUHAGEN . . . Utters and Science . . . Milwaukee . . . Gamma Delta . . . Basketball . . . Vets' Club. RICHARD H. LANDOLT . . . Letters and Science . . . Wauwatosa. ARLENE LANDY . . . Lower Elementary . . . Racine. JOSEPH A. LANG . . . Utters and Science . , . Milwaukee .. . Scabbard and Blade, Sgt. at Arms. NANCY H. LARSSON . . . Upper Elementary . . . Milwaukee. WILLIAM S. LEFFIN . . . Secondary . . . Sheboygan. MARIAN LEMP ,.. Upper Elementary .. . Hales Corners . . . Lambda Phi Chi, Sec. . . . L$A . . Freshman Class, See____UWA. Treas. MARSHALL LIND . . . Upper Elementary . . . Appleton . . . Tau Kappa Epsilon, Hegemon (Plcdgcmastcr) . . . Beta Phi Theta . . . Biology Club. Pres. . . . Intramuntls BARBARA J. LINS . . . Lower Elementary . . . Spring Green . Alpha Gamma Lambda . . . ISC. VIVIAN E. LOCKE . . . Letters and Science . Milwaukee . . . IVY, Organization and Publications Editor . . . Alpha Delta. EDGAR J. LOOMIS ... Utters and Science ... Kewaskum PAUL E. LUCK . . . Secondary . . . Milwaukee . . . Phi Alpha Theta, Pres. . . . Debate Club, Vice-Pres. . . . English Club, Treas. WAYNE LUECK . . . Exceptional . . . Kingston . . . Phi Mu Sigma. Pres.RODERICK LYNE . . Upper Elementary . . . Iron wood. Mich. JAMES T. LYONS . . . Secondary . . . Racine . . . Debate-Club. Pres., Viee-Pres. .. Secondary Education Club. Pres. .. . POST . . . IVY. MAVIS MALM . . . Lower Elementary . . Milwaukee Sigma Sigma Sigma . . . LSA. DIANE B. MANDEl—Letters and Science...Milwaukee. JOANN C. MARCHANT . . Exceptional . .. Green Bay . . . Sigma Alpha Eta. Hist. .. . Newman Club. Treas. . . . Philocophia, See. KEITH MARTIN . . Upper Elementary . . Milwaukee . . . Phi Sigma Epsilon . . . Wrestling . . . Intramurals .,. Men s Club. SANDRA MARTIN . . Secondary . . . Milwaukee . Alpha Delta . . . POST. JOSEPH V. Me CARTHY . . . Letters and Science . . . Kenosha . . . Alpha Kappa Pst. ALAN JOHN Me GARIGLE ... Art Education . .. Wauwatosa . . . Delta Kappa. Corr. See.. Hist. JUDY Me GLYNN .. Lower Elementary . . . Manitowoc . . . Lambda Phi Chi . . . Newman Club . . . Dorm Social Chairman. MARILYN Me TRUSTY . . . Upper Elementary . . . Milwaukee . . . ACE . . . WEA. ROBERT D. MEHIGAN . Letters and Science . . . Milwaukee . . . Vets' Club. Pres. . . . USG, Treas. . . . SLIC . . . Newman Club JUDITH MESSING . . . Lower Elementary . . . Milwaukee . . . Sigma Sigma Sigma . . . LSA . . . English Club. MAUREEN MEYER . . Letters and Science . . Milwaukee . . . Christian Science Organization, Viee-Pres. . . . University Theatre. LEONARD MICHAELS ... Letters and Science .. . Elcho ... Phi Mu Alpha . .. USG .. . Music Students Assn.. Pres. GENE MIHLEISEN . . . Letters and Science . . . Milwaukee . . . Art Students League. Treas. . . . Sign Shop . . . CHESHIRE . . . IVY. SAM MIKAELIAN . . Upper Elementary . . . Racine . . . Phi Sigma Epsilon. Corr. Sec. . . . Senior Class, Pres. ... Jr. Class, Pres. . . . Soph Class, Pres. SYLVIA M1LEY . .. Secondary . .. Sheboygan . . . POST. Executive Editor . . . SLIC . . . USG . . . Alpha Delta, Viee-Pres.EDWARD NACHTSHEIM . . . Letters and Science . . . Milwaukee MARION P. NELSEN . . . Lower Elementary . . Kenosha . . . POST ... ACE ... LSA. FRANCES NELSON . . . Art Education . . Dousman . . . Art Students League . . . Interdorm. Vice-Pres. . . . Wesley Foundation . . . Marietta Dorm. Corr. Sec. GEORGE NICHOLAS . . , Upper Elementary . Milwaukee . .. ACE . . . WEA . . . Vers1 Club. PAUL NIQUETTE . . . Letters and Science . . . New Holstein BARBARA ANN OLESON . . . Lower Elementary . . . Waukesha . . . ACE . . . IRC . . . WRA . . . Geography Club. SHIRLEY OLSEN . . Upper Elementary Pcw.ukec . . . IVCF. JOAN OLSON . . . Letters and Science . . . Manitowoc . . . Delta Omicron . . . MENC . . . Music Div., Sec. . . . Holiday Singers HENRY D. ONESON. JR. . . Utters and Science . . . Racine . . Sigma Kappa Alpha . . . Alpha Kappa Psi. EVERETT MELVIN ORTIZ . . Utters and Science . . Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands. DONALD R OTTE . . . Musk . . . Sheboygan . . . Con-cert Band . . . Men's Chorus, Vice-Pres. CONSTANCE OWEN . . . Lower Elementary . . . Milwaukee ... Lambda Phi Chi ... Commonwealth .. . ACE. GERALDINE OWEN . . Lower Elementary . . . Milwaukee .. Lambda Phi Chi .. . G mmonwealth . . ACE. GERALD T. PAPKE . . . Letters and Science . . . Racine. ETHEL CHRISTINE PAULSEN . . . L wcr Elementary . . . Milwaukee. RONALD PAWASARAT . . . Utters and Science . . . Intercollegiate Council . . . Human Relations Comm. . . . Sigma Kappa Alpha. MARLENE PEDERSON . . . Lower Elementary . . . Milwaukee . . . Orchestra . . . Social W'ork Club OLW'YNN BAKER PETERS ... Utters and Science ... Milwaukee . . . Delta Zeta . . . Union Crafts Comm. . . . Human Rights Comm. ... ChoirCHARLES R. PETERSON ... Art Education . . . Milwaukee . . . ROTC Rifle Team, Sec. . . . Honorary Military Society . . . Drill Team. THOMAS J. PETTEY . . . Letters and Science . . . Milwaukee . . . Senior Class. See. . . . Honorary Military Society. Treas. . . Scabbard and Blade . . . Alpha Phi Theta . . . Academic Freedom Comm.. Chairman. WILLIAM PFEIFER . . . Secondary . . . Milwaukee . . . Newtnan Club. Vice-Pres. . . . Beta Phi Theca. Treas. . . . Tau Kappa Epsilon . . . Alpha Delta, Treas.. Vice-Pres. . . . Eta Sigma Phi, Vice-Pres., Pres. CAROL MARIE PIETZ . . . Exceptional . . . Milwaukee . . . Alpha Gamma Lambda, Hist. , . . Sigma Alpha Eta. MARY A. PIGNOLET . . . Upper Elementary . . . Milwaukee . . Delta Omicron. Hist. . . . Women's Chorus, Pres. . . . MENC ROSEMARIE PINTAR1CH . . . Lower Elementary . . . Milwaukee . . . Chi Sigma Lambda . . . ISC Help Day. Chairman. CORRINE PLOTKIN . . . Upper Elementary . . . Mil waukee . . . WEA . . . ACE . . . Union News Bureau (Madison). NANCY CLAIRE POETSCH . . . Upper Elementary . . . Milwaukee . . . UWA. Pres. . . . Alpha Gamma Lambda, Treas. . . . Delta Chi Sigma. Treas. . . Gamma Delta. JF.RI-ANN POLLAK . . . Letters and Science . . . Milwaukee ... Phi Alpha Theta. JOHN T. POWERS . . . Letters and Science . . . Racine. DONALD R. PRESKE . . . Upper Elementary . . . Milwaukee . . . Delta Sigma Kappa . . . Tennis . . . WEA . . . ACE. GAIL PROCARIONE . . , Letters and Science . . . Kenosha . . . Society lor Advancement of Management. RICHARD PROCHNOW . . . Utters and Science . . Milwaukee . . . Sigma Delta Omega . . . Sigma Kappa Alpha. SYLVESTER S. RACINOWSK! . . . Upper Elementary .. . Milwaukee . .. Delta Sigma Kappa. Pres. . . . Football . . . Swimming ... Jr. Class, Vice-Pres. RICHARD F. RAIMANN . . . Secondary . . . South Milwaukee . . . Audio-Visual. ROBERTA PIHL RASMUSSEN . . . Utters and Science . . . Manitowoc .. . Art Students Uaguc. DANIEL G. REGAN . . . Utters and Science . . . Milwaukee . . . Delta Kappa . . . Vets' Club . . . Student Policy Comm. . . . Newmun Club. FLORENCE MARIE RFSCH . . Upper Elementary . . . Wauwatosa . . . Geography Club. Pres. . . . Biology Club . . . WRA . . . ACE.JACK L. RICHARDSON . . . Letters and Science . . . Kenosha . . . Alpha Kappa Psi . . . Society for Advancement of Management. THOMAS ROEGGE . . . Letters and Science . . . Milwaukee . . . Scabbard and Blade . . . Honorary Military Society, See. . . . Young Republicans. Vice-Chairman . . . Academic Freedom Comm.... Military Ball. Vice-Chairman. ELAINE P. ROHLINGER . . . Lower Elementary . . . Milwaukee . . . Gamma Theta Upsilon. Corr. See. . . , ACE, Treas. . . . Geography Club. FRANCES ANN ROMANO . . . Upper Elementary . . . Wauwatosa. LYSBETH ROSENKRAN7. . . . Exceptional . . . Milwaukee . . . Sigma Alpha Eta . . . Newman Club. NANCY ROSS . . . Exceptional . . . Waukesha . . . Social Work Club. Pres. . . . Philocophia. Vice-Pres.. Pres. . . . Sigma Alpha Eta. HELLA RUEGE . . . Secondary . . . Milwaukee ... Eta Sigma Phi . . . German Club. Pres. . . . Human Relations Club. Treas_____IRC. JACK ALLEN SAMOSKY . . . Letters and Science . . . Milwaukee . . . Phi Sigma Delta. Master Frater . . . Interfraternity Council, Pres., Vice-Pres. . . . Honorary Military Society . . . Scabbard and Blade . . . Military Ball, Vice-Chairman. SUE SAND . . . Letters and Science . . . Milwaukee . . . Phi Alpha Theta. Pres., Vice-Pres., See. . . . Young Dems, See. . . . Tri Omega. Vice-Pres.. See. . . . IRC OBBIE B. SART1N. JR. . . . Upper Elementary . . . Milwaukee . . . Kappa Alpha Psi. Vice-Pres. . . Orientation Board, Chairman . . . Honorary Milirary Society . . . Intramurais. EUGENE H. SCHMIDT . . . Letters and Science . . . Milwaukee . . . Alpha Kappa Psi, Pres. . . . Gamma Delta. ROBERT M. SCHMIDT . . . Letters and Science. . . Milwaukee . . . Football . . . Vets' Club. E. SCHOENIAN. DORIS SCHUH . . , Exceptional . . . Sheboygan. FRED SCHULZE . . Exceptional . . . Waukesha . . . Sigma Alpha Eta, Pres. . . . Choir. DIANE SCHUMACHER . . . Lower Elementary . . . Milwaukee ... ACE... WEA ... Nac’l. Assn, for Nursery Ed. DIANE SCHWEIGER . . . Upper Elementary . . . Milwaukee . . . Sigma Sigma Sigma. VERA SETER . . . Upper Elementary . . . Milwaukee . .. TIMES.MRS. RUTH C. SMITH . . . Lower Elementary . . . Milwaukee . . Delta Chi Sigma . . . Mixed Chorus. WARREN F.I.I SOLOMON . . . Letters and Science . . . Milwaukee ... Phi Eta Sigma . . . Hillcl, Pres. . . . Soph. Honors. JEANNE SPEERBRECHER . . . Letters and Science . . . Milwaukee. GERALDINE RAE SPENCER . . . Lower Elementary . . . Milwaukee . . . Alpha Delta Sigma. Reporter. Rec. See., Vicc-Prcs., Intersorority Rep. . . . Intersorority Council, Corr. Sec. JEAN NAGEL STAMSTA . . . Art Education . . Sheboygan . . . IRC, Sec. , . . German Club. Treas. ... Art Students League . . . PEAK Nt. SUZANNE STANISZEWSK1 . . . Lower Elementary . . . Milwaukee . . . UWA . . . Alpha Gamma Lambda, Vice-Pres. CARL H. STAPLES . . . Upper Elementary . . . Elmira. N. Y. JAMES R. STARK . . . Secondary . . . Oak Creek . . . Phi Alpha Theta . . . Young Derm . . Secondary Club . . . Audio-Visual. ANTHONY JOHN STEBER . . . Letters and Science . . . Anugo. FELICE SHAPIRO . .. Letters and Science .. , Milwaukee. KENNETH JOHN SIKORSKI . . . Upper Elementary . . Milwaukee . . . Delta Kappa. SHIRLEY RUTH SIKORSKI . . . Upper Elementary . . . Milwaukee . . . Alpha Delta Sigma . . . Phi Alpha Tlicia. ANNE S1LVERLING . . Art Education . . . Wauwatosa . . . Sigma Sigma Sigma ... Art Students' League . . . LSA . . . WRA. DOROTHY SKIERA . . . Lower Elementary . . . Mil waukce ... Chi Sigma Lambda . . . Dorado, Vice-Pres. . . . WRA . . . ACL JOYCE SLADE . . .Art Education . . . Sheboygan . . . Chi Sigma Lambda . . . USG . . . Soph. Class, Treas. . . . Jr. Class. Treas. GERALDINE MARY SMITH . . Upper Elementary . . . Milwaukee ... WRA .. . CWA. MARILYN SMITH . . . Upper Elementary . . . Kenosha . . . Delta 7xta. NANCY C. SMITH . . . Exceptional . . . Milwaukee . . . Sigma Sigma Sigma. Vice-Pres. . . . Phi Mu Sigma, Vicc-Prcs. . . . Newman Club.CURTIS L. STEDMAN . . Letters and Science . . . Milwaukee . . . Alpha Delta . . . IVY . . . POST . News Service. LOU ANNE MARGARET STROBUSCI! . . . Lower Elementary . . Milwaukee . . . Alpha Delta Sigma. Pres., Vicc-Prcs., Treas. . . . Phi Alpha Thera . . . UWA MAUREEN MANGIN STOKES . . . Letters and Science . . . Manitowoc . . . ASL . . . WRA. RONALD C. STOKES , . . Art Education . . . Milwaukee . . . Delta Sigma Kappa. Vice-Grandmaster ... Art Students' League. WILLIS SYRING . . . Letters and Science . . . Edgar . . . Delta Chi Sigma . .. Vets’ Club. SANDRA TABBERT . . . Upper Elementary . . . Milwaukee . . . Kappa Lambda lora. Pres., Treas. . . . Union Board . . . Cultural Comm., Chairman . . . ACE. ROBERT STEVEN TAMER . . . Upper Elementary . . . Milwaukee . . . Phi Sigma Epsilon . . . Swimming Team . Jr. Class. Vice-Pres. . . . Prom Court of Honor. CATHERINE TAYLOR . . . Lower Elementary . . . Appleton . . . Sigma Sigma Sigma. Rcc. Sec. . . . IVY, Greeks Editor .. . Alpha Delta. Sec. . . . Delta Chi Sigma. DONALD TEBAY . . . Upper Elementary . . . Milwaukee . . . ACE ... WE A ... Delta Sigma Kappa . . Football SHIRLEY THOMAS . . . Lower Elementary . . . Ocon-omowoc. WARREN W. TITSCHLER . . . Utters and Science . . . Milwaukee . . . Finance Society. MAE TOLDR1AN . . . Upper Elementary . . . Milwaukee . . . WRA . . Alpha Gamma Lambda . . . UWA . . . Women's Chorus. GERALD T. TRACY ... Letters and Science . .. Mauston . . . Psychology Club. BENNO I'REU . . . Secondary . . . Milwaukee ... Eta Sigma Phi. Pres. . . . German Club. Vice-Pres. . . IRC. DONALD T. TULER . . Upper Elementary . . . Milwaukee . . Football . . . Baseball. MARJORIE TURNER . . . Utters and Science . . . Milwaukee . . . Kappa Lambda Iota. Corr. See., Vicc-Prcs. . . . Cheerleader . . . Social Comm., See. . . . French Club. DIANE UEI.MEN . . . Lower Elementary . . . Camp-bellsporr . . . University Theatre . . . University Players, Sec., Vice-Pres. . . . ACE . . . Newman Club. JANE VAN ANTWERP . . . Exceptional . . . Sparta .. . Shepard Dorm. Pres. ... Sigma Alpha Eta . . Lambda Phi Chi. Pres., Corr. Sec. . . . Dorado.CORAL VARO . . . Lower Elementary . . . Milwaukee. ROBERT VII.AR . . . Letters and Science . . . Milwaukee . . . Art Students League. STEVE VITAS . . . Upper Elementary . . . Milwaukee . . , Delta Sigma Kappa . . . NEA . . . WEA. EDITH VOLK . . . Letters and Science . . . Milwaukee . . . English Club. DARRELL IVAN VON BERG . . . Letters and Science Milwaukee . . Sigma Omega Epsilon . . . IMO. Vice-Pres. . , . Newman Club. JOYCE WAGENKNECHT . . . Upper Elemenrary . . . Kiel . . . Cheerleader . . . Lambda Phi Chi . . . Social Comm. . . . Newman Club. KATHLEEN WAGNER . . . Lower Elementary . . . Milwaukee . . . Lambda Phi Chi. Treas. . . . ACE . . . University Theatre. N. WARMINGTON. ANNETTE WEBER . . . Lower Elementary . . . Sheboygan . . . Sigma Omicron Delta, Rec. Sec., Hist. . . . Choir . . . Women's Chorus. KAROLYNN J. WERGIN . . . Secondary . . . Milwaukee . . . POST . . . Alpha Delta . . . Sigma Sigma Sigma . . . WEA. RICHARD C. WESTHOFEN . . . Secondary . . . Mil waukee . . . Delta Kappa, Pres., Treas. . . . Football . . . Golf . . . Young Republicans, Treas. BARBARA WHALLEY . . 4 Lower Elementary . . . Milwaukee- . . Delta Omicron . . . Orchestra . . . Woodwind Ensembles. LURLYN WHEF.LER . . . Secondary . . . Franksvillc . . . Alpha Gamma Lambda, Pres., Vice-Prcs . . Inter-sorority Council, Vice-Prcs. . . . PEAK Nl Bd_POST. VIRGINIA MACE WHITTINGTON . . . Lower Elementary . . Milwaukee . . . IVCF . . . NF.A. DONALD WICK LAND . . . Exceptional . . . Hayward . . . Phi Mu Sigma. RICHARD WIEDEMANN . . . Upper Elementary . . . Milwaukee. JEAN WIENING . . . Lower Elementary . . . Milwaukee . . . Kappa Lambda Iota. Rcc. Sec. . . . Intersorority Council . . . ACE . . . NEA. NANCY WIESEHUEGEI-----------Exceptional . . . Milwau- kec . . . Sigma Alpha Eta. Rcc. Sec., Treas., Vice-Prcs.LOIS WILDE . . . Upper Elementary . . . Watertown . . . ACE. RAYMOND WILKE . . . Letters and Science . . . Milwaukee . . . Alpha Kappa Psi . . . Newman Club, Treas. . . . Honorary Military Society . . . Scabbard and Blade . . . IFC. Treas. FREDLYN WILSON . . . Utters and Science . . . Milwaukee. GERALD GLEN WINTER . . . Art . . . Milwaukee . . . Delta Kappa, Rcc. See. ... Art Students' League. LEE FRANKLIN WITTER . . . Upper Elementary . . . Milwaukee . . . Gamma Theta Upsilon . . . Honorary Military Society, Pres. . . . Scabbard and Blade . . . IVCF . . . Debate Club . . . ROTC Regimental Commander. ELAINE WODKE . . Lower Elementary . . . Milwaukee . . . Geography Club . . . Gamma Theta Upsilon, Treas. . . . ACE. CATHERINE W'OJTA . . . Upper Elementary . . . Manitowoc . . . ACE . . . Newman Club. LEE R. W;OLFE . , . Letters and Science . . . Minneapolis ... Delta Sigma Kappa, Pledgmasrer ... Swimming Team . .. Vets' Club. KEITH A. WUNROW . . . Upper Elementary . . . Mil-waukee . . . Vets' Club . . . NEA . . . ACE. PATRICIA YANKE . . . Upper Elementary . . . Elkhorn . . . Newman Club . . . Marietta Dorm, Sec. . . . ACE. 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M..................—212.239 Jordan, I. 214 Jorenby, G.----------------------203 ». j------------------104.239 J. .............132. 137, 140 J 220 W 22.224.239 •wowskl. J 230 Jupp. p IP Jure. R Kjelber. E. Kaestner. J. — Kvilla I — 239 ..239 107.215 240 128.228 Kamlah. L .. 223.240 Kannenbere, J. 117, 146.240 103. 111. 190. 193 Kaschel. K 222.240 Kastelic. L . 170 Kasren. F ... 240 Kasren. K. . 103.213.240 222 . _ .. 86.228 191.192.199 105 240 Keller. J ... Keller. R. 116 116 Kelley. J. ... Kelly. J 87 216 Kelley. T. 240 Kemp. K. .. 216 217 Kehl C - 47 131 105 123.124.202 Kern. M. Kerripin. J. .. . 127 — 203 216.240 240 . . 192.193 Kiel, R ... 179.227.240 Kiel. R P8 Kihara. F. 205.206 218 136 Kirkpatrick. P. 19-1 192.211 133.136.140 Kiel!. M 136 Kioabach, V. Kh.ee. D. Knapp. 1. . . 82.124 240 - ..... 194 112 Km ht. D Knitter, rl. 121.126. 127. 153.228 191 47 204 3|? Koffke. C ... .. ... 114.136 183 Koejecl, M ... 240 Lackc, C . .. 47. 113.227 240 154 . . .240 241 Koeper. R. 223 241 .216 111 .. . — .. .188 Lane. J. .... -.153,241 153. 154.241 57 Kocster. J. 139.203 Larcw, J PR 87,213 Kola . F 102 223.241 241 ... 132 1'9 223 D. 117 Korth. M 241 Laurerbach W 132.136 132 112 190,202 216 Kovalsky. J. . 136. I3 203 Lebo. S’. .221 223.241 Leflin. W. 241 Kramer. S. 44,46,109.121.127 Le Gath, S- . .54,110.215 ............ 192 137 205 225 Krause, L. 47,215 Liedtkc J ..117 Krause. W. 241 104 Krause. W 144 216 241 KrcS. B 204. 206 47, fifl, 113 226 154,183,228 . 164.224 50 47 210,217 53 PH 184 191.192 ..114,t32 Lind M 116,228.241 Kuechle. G ... 105 210.212 241 Kuehn. T. .... 132 . 134 51 192 Ku :litsch, J. 224 204 241 Locke. V 109,122,241 Kulas, P. 113.203.212 LoDuca. M . . 1 1225 55 117 Kurtlcr, E- 122. 134.219 241 226 Loop W ..223 Kutzmann, N. . 193 Lorcnce. J. — Lnwaltky, J, LoyJi. J. 113 - 161 Lubbert. J . ... 4’ Luket. D' 113 .. 117.228 114 Luv. H. - 114 104.129 M 102 Mschan. J, 132.225 117.137,213 216 - .213 114, 132. 135. 13’ 228 .102 Malty, W 170 Maim. M. 135.219.242 116 Malone, M 216 221 242 M2 102 Marchant. J. 242 1 TO,224 Markussen. G. .218 112 Marsh. H. 116 47,22“ 204 227 - 242 109 Manin, Sandta 242 --I28.228 216 Matnn. J. - 132 216 216 Malt, S. 135 134 117 Mayer fc. 194 136.210 107 . -194 -.220,227 MtCanhy. J. McElwee, G. 242 1)7.228 139 McGanple, A. MeGlynn. J McKinnon, P 232.242 135.201,216.242 K2.125.218 137. 139.211 MeMotu le, K 139 205 .242 MeVkar, 136 22’ 219 ,5 70,102 242 108 214 216 115.136 . 1)2 III ..219,242 - 132 132,205.206 48,117 Mryn M 105 114,194 242 -222 225 242 .221 Mietkr T’ 140 164 242 106, 22 . 242 Miley, S 44.109,125,242 MiltVcii B, . 132 Miller, D. . .. ..--116 Miller. M. .202 4K . no . 101 Mitnttki. J. Mutate. K 114 230 2)0 Moc. K. 170 Molcnvia, J. .. 227 in no 194 116 136 226 224 Muclbach D. 16 Mueller, D 107.215 Mueller, L 105 Mueller. M. 213 139 D2 216 122 N 24) 115.132 . .... 226 116,139.203 Neal R 202 225 Neeb R. 108 Nclteti. M. 125.243 Belton. A-Melton, D. - -Melton, F. Melton, 1. Melton. P. Melton, R. G. Mdton, R. ..... 128.202.228 51.55.108. 116.206.24 3 ...........205 ______ 213 ____________ 102.221 ...................158 Ncrteturi. M. NcuJaucr. E. Neumann, D, Neumann. R. . Newby. A Newton, B. . — Nkbobt, G- --Nichnlton. D. Nieltrn, A. Nieltcti. B.----- Nielsen. J. _____ iNtenuw. J, Nmimci, J. Niquctic. P. — Nucbcl. J _______ ...........224 .104,110 164 ......164.167 139 ----- 113 ................ 243 i K _____ 205.206,222 ________________ 104 192,293.204.206.211 I 113.117,203 -----------------243 _________________217 .. 122 .. . 211 Otrnchek, R 224 230 --.243 .. 60. 105.219 Olm. F.. . 211 Olun. S. 115,243 Ohoa S 10) 211 Ohon, f. 137,243 niton! s 211 218 O'Neill, J. . .224 One ton. H 243 161 Orlkh. S. 1“8 . 24) One. G. 132.140 On. K. 230 One, D. 24) 124 136,216.243 Owen, G 136.216.243p PttKh, E. Pack. R ...152.157.140.214 221 Panel. D. 102 Pare, 1 112 10) 184 Parker. S. 12S Parker. V. 228 184 . 112 44.48 245 Pavik. J. 222 24) . 22) 158.24) . 57 ..205.206 243 117 244 Peters m. D. .216 217 221 124.218 .110.155.244 Pettigrew, J. PlYiler W 116 105 109.244 Plorr. D 157 Pfurr. D. 152.157 70 Phillips. K 205 Phillipsan, T. Pichelmeyer. ). Piclow. C . .. 44.45.46.55.1 10 . _ 134 50.112 . 212.244 1)5.244 215.244 155.1)8 Pit . J.' 116 Pliruka, W P0.224 Plnxka. J. 50 Plot km. C. .. 244 Pfotkin. L 60 Pfoikin. R . . 226 205 228 Pother!. 1 ...57.60.217 Pocuch N. 212.244 178.|K4 Poliak. I 241 Pollonr.C 101 Pollock. N. . 215 51 112 Pirn. J 102 225 Power . J. 244 1)4 Prasko. J 105 Pratt. J 218 Prccoun.S. _______ 13. 132.134.203 Preike, D. . .224.244 Pri«. H. . . 57,155 244 244 159 ... 108 164 R Raah M 202 164.221.244 ...230 244 Rady. M 1)4 224 . .216 Rake C 156 Rand tup, B. . .1)9.205 Rappe, E. . .. 104 Rasiniki. M - - . 161 241 161. P8. 180.227 Rebbrn, R 226 RcbboU. T. 155.222 Reed. L. 164.170 .214 Reincmann. J. Reinhardt G. . 218 156 .244 ..162,215 . 2)0 216 116 Rice. 1 87.217 . 155 152 Richardson, ). . .245 Richter. J. 215 186 155.18-1 Rirjrle. J 164 Rkski . C 102 1)2 105.218 57.58 199 108,164 48 Rochwcrj.tr. S 226 .. 228 Roxahn, A .202.215.80 . . 194 kogoviU, C 104 .245 80.155,221 .. 107. 245 Rom, N 107.245 117 117.157 Rowlc . f . . ..217 .. ... 203 .... 161 100 11» ’45 Runxc. S. 159 80. 155 140 . 112 Kuwh. S. 44.45.46.47.48.215 Rush. I 227 Rydl cr :. R 47.155.227 s . .. 159,202 15) 220 227,245 104 117 221 Sand. S. 245 116.20.5.206 Sanvillc. C. 216 ...245 205 Sauercsst . R 222 . 206.219 ill Sawyer. R 108 138.211 219 Schaff. J. 227 Schalcski. 1. Schamhef. R 219 132.140 219 SchicW. M IM . 216 Schicreck, S. . 212 SchlUkr, K 153 SchUc cr, D. H2. 109. 124. I2 17 SthmiJt. E. 245 Schmidt. U 194 Schmidt. H. 190. 19) Schmidt. K 19-1 Schmidt. R 225Schmidt. R M 245 Schmidt. W 164 Stark. J 246 .1)2,158 -..22.) -20.206 Stauak, J. . 1)7.214 -89.215 1)3.154 245 Suufiacher. X. . 1)9.20) Scholx. V. 114,190 246 202 129.247 114.1)2.225 711 11) 1)7 153.226 112,114 227 1)8 221.226 245 Schuldc J 102 Sccltcr. R. Schuldt W ..1)7 Sceiter, T. 102 1)8 Schulu D ...110.11) Schulu M .44 219 Stobb. M 47.112.11) Schulte. F. 245 Stoelxcl. M ... 35.57.60.22) 245 Stocvekeo. T .. ID in 211 Stoke . M. .... 247 247 105 22) 60 54. 220.228 164 . 105.22) 211.24' 245 224 H5 1)9.202.21) Sucltholt. F. .. 190.191, 192, 195 128 ... . ...11).202 103 192. 199 .219 - 222 217 Sclic s 146 191.194.213 Serin. R 47.88.227 Sycot, J. 1)9.140.205 153.222 Seter. V 112 jyrnofH, J. String. W Seybold. K 116.219 Stymbonki. D. Shaleiki, C. Shaletki. J. 1)4.156 1)4.1)6.22) 246 T i 213 747 Sherman. G. in ( Tableau . F. .. Tackc . M Tadyeh. R Tag !?. J .105 290 192 Shelter. D. Shove. C nzii. :.: i9i Shrake. W. Shumaker. 1. 1)2.13- Tall. J 132.1)9 . .. |)8 Sikoriki. K . ...22),246 227 247 211.246 226 132 Taylor. C 109. Taylor. N. 122.202.219. 22), 247 190.192. 193 ’ll 219,246 204 Tebay. D. Teichcr K 164.224 247 1)2 117 117,1)) 1 7 Skiera D .213.216 107 203 Skowlund. I. 1)4.136.138 Teach! A 184 Slade. J. 44.70.72.204.21). 246 Teach. F. 137 44.45.46.222 Terzlafl 1 152 1)7 1)9 140 T % 246 Tewi, W 237 Smith. N. Smith, R 111.219, 246 246 Theandcr. T. — ? 1 K Smith. S. 218 74.220.228 Thomat. P. 1)9.204 1)8.140.205 1021228 Solomon. W 246 Soltia, J. 12) .18) Thompion. 1. . —1202 Sontvcdt, S. .... Soule, 1 110 108. 117 Thompson. P Sowlc. J 108 Timler. T. ...44. 109.127.20) Tirard. N. - 246 Tiuchler. W Spencer, D. 117 Toeti, D. — 117 Spenrer, G. -. 210.211.246 230 Toldrian. A -..122.1)6.190.191. 192.193 164 Sprague. W. .48 Tollefsen T - -.1)2 . .108 Starmia. J. - -.246 Tom. J. Sanuta. J Staniuewiki. S. — _ 112 212,246 Touhey, G. Tracy. G. Traut. J. . 132.225 — 22) Treprow, R. Treu, U 117 109. 112.247 Trooca, D. 44.2)0 132. 140.225 Tiopeli, M 202.216 Tuler. D. — 247 Tundarcn. S. 194 Tupeti . J. ..112 19) 127 Tylicki. J. 11). 202 Uebcle, F.................... 164.224 Uelmen. D. ______________________ 247 Uradnicek. D. .............. 109.124 Urbarulu. F. 55. 105.109.124 Uttkr. N. ...................... 1)9 UrUnski, F.__________55. 82.10). 109. 124, 128.228 V 107. 194.204 Van Himbergcn. S. Varo. C 216.24- 113.20) 248 22) Vcnne. J 1)9 218 Verhulit. M. . — Vethe. D Vick, C. 44 140 .115 Vilar. R 248 Villart, T Vincent. D. 170. 175. Viu». S. 184.186.224 224.248 Voelker. M 204.206 Vout. F. Volk. E. - 10). 248 Von Berg. D Waby. C.__________________________116 Waclw. K..........................144 Wacko wiki. N. 211 Wagenknetht, ). .162,216,248 Wanner. J................... 57.217 Wagner. K. ... ___________ 216. 2i8 M 217 Walker. J 225 Writer. A. 202.212 E i )7 Walccr. R.----------------5). I)?.214 Wall on. D._______________________178 Walker. D. 104 Write. J.__________________— 1)2.225 Writer. A.________________1)6.202.212 Walter. H ....................112.114 Want . S ......................70.227 Warmington. N.--------------------248 Warren. R.______________....______184 Weber. A. . ................. 218.248 Weber. C 1)2.137 Weber. J..........................227 Wcgerbaucr. J. -------------------224 Wegner. D.--------------------194.21) Weytel. H.-------------------------U5 I. S 44. 1)2. 1)7.140. 210.214 Wei rung. J.----------------------215 Weuto. J.-------------------------227 WelUtcm, E ______...____________11CWrfcrim. L 114. lift »'nw». R nil Wrf.Mll, K 109 21V. 24H Wrfitei, D llll 'XVnicJ, R- H.r.w WrulwiffA, R lfri.MM2iU4 Wrwht-ifn, 11 mi | ni Whlllr. ll 24H NX lieclrf. I iji.hj n« VluHrJielfrt.. V 74X V7uM.tnJ. 11 24 H Wmlraiaitn, It 2-iH IX idmcytr. J lift. 2m iX'.ininr 1 . . , 248 M l»7.114.201 V M!u-| n«-|trl. N in- 248 Will. M 11') 202.315 vrjh... d 101 VC.IlKJwi l( 70.102 WiWr. 1 249 Wiltr K 194.205 WilU R 135. 730.249 WIH 1 218 IKMbirk 1 105 WilUom .1 104. Ill IX ilktti'M K 151 William . ll 227 VC til. uiix. li 112 WllliMI, 1 219 V.lfM.1, || 12V X .-It . W 249 Amur. W 7 1. 185 Vim. 1 .. Ill Win I '«». 111 Win. 1 II? Wlini. 1 VI. 155.249 VC iurr R 228 WnrtMf. A MW. 15‘.226 VC|jtl ..vu,h, | I5H W.alU, 1 111. 249 W..|«. C 249 VC ..II. J 10?.2I WHIP. L 2 49 W.tUcium. N 156,215 Wnlkrtiluurp. 205.222 NX ttur, A 301 w, Ml. 1 116 W, X IU2 'X'.. i,!i»J. |) 190. Km vc.tmr tr. 211 IX it ttM . R 2.10 VC. Ill N VI NVum.uv. K 24V Y 5'ttrv (j 117 Vi.tVt 1 . 24 9 VttLo, D 224 V.ijtjn, K 22} Youne. D 112. i55. nr. V-iwnequm. I» n i N r j- u, K 1X224 7»ilwl. 0 4? -Out. 1 211 XjIkU, K 310,211 jtrr-- » 1 21’ ZdonW 250 ZeiJtcl. • 21 A « I " . " 11IC t 1’ i r 7tnv k 21K when. A I0K 2itr«» X 151 Zitrll. D 2 IV 7. lfancv. D 215. 2IH Zimmerman. M 219 ? nw, M 11'. 205.21? ZiiMnw, ; 250 Z«rl rl H 18-1 ft .lltil. 1? 249 Zu«:t 1 191 Zwrtk 1 ... ...222 Faculty Ahtytrn II 20 109,129.150 Ahima ,n. 1. 222 Anilt i 1, X 45 Utter. J 20 Htmtci . 0 91.1 0 Il4|l«|. XI 55 Iittktr. A. 2ft Oil time , 26 IhMtUtk, V n IWak, 1. 22 0-it key. R 22’ Hr imhLy. K 27 Ht.llVf. li 2 5 5. 152,15? Hiirm, NX 160.164,165. PM Hu tier, VC 19.44.46, 51. 54, 221) Carroll li. 106 Drake. C 152,151 1 him, 1 -190.195 1 Jmcrjtrven. U- 78 Wwjrm. C. 16 IXlpwn. H 227 Ire !. 1 IV M 1 ttt nun M 20 liihrmain. 1 55.55 Ctr in, G. 106 . .IttUM. | 55 H'to 11 . . 24 Uinta;, 1 21 rlubWI, W 152 Intrrlli, A. 41 Jonc . A 159.1411 Kenny. 1 U Klmnttwbcr, • 28 KloOcht. ) M 17 Klwnr. 1 55.160 Knutu-n. H . 29 Krteft A rJ. 160.164. 165 Index Kroner, I . 54 Rrtinki, R 160 Martfcn. M JV MaiRtrartlr, R 2 in M.Obcut, 1 Myr-t. R II 222 : 9 Nath, J . 541 N’vlvin, J III Norm. K. 22. 51 I’trkcnim, 0 18 Rtvil. M til RelthniP. It 160. 170.17.4 Kt.l.lk t; 226 Won M 191 Ritirr. VI 160. IM2 Kocninf! H K «i tr. N 50 22 5 Sctytri. 4 152.154 Stltcllin. R 11 Sh inner. M M2 Silmartrn, W 104 Xltea. D. 31 Shinri. W 132 Shipman. G 42 StcMthcfl. NX Ha Sinvrkm, K 10} Slttnji. A 52 107 Villiv.m 1 24 Sttppan. A 21 1 hunt win. V 16 Tirtncy, J l«). 161. 165. 184 Tnicmci, I 55.34 Tutikcr. R 132 Wftltun. T 5 .55 Weil. H 55 Whittinuton, NX 152 NX'tlncr. 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