University of Wisconsin Oshkosh - Quiver Yearbook (Oshkosh, WI)

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 c r OR more than three centuries the Wisconsin Countryside has been known as a land of opportunity. Her famous rivers and valleys have been sought by French, Germans, Dutch, Swiss, Poles, and Scandinavians. Many of them came to escape tyranny that suppressed the inalienable rights of man. In Wisconsin they have lived peacefully together. For themselves and their children they have found here freedom of worship, of thought and speech, of education; justice for classes and races; security from want and fear. Today we remember the sacrifices of our forefathers and fight with determination to keep our heritage of hard-won liberty, no matter what the cost. Adf.link Winki.hr rth Fightingmn• Tennis Courts Campus Viewsmm — President's House • Administration Building Science Building Entrance to Science Building % College Drive• Training School First Semester Barracks96 th College I raining Detachment (Air Crew) MR. WILLIAM F. PRICE Member of 'acuity From 1934 to 942 Died December 30. 194.. "To every man upon this earth Death cometh soon or late” is an apt ((notation which bids each living jxtsoii to exjx-ct the termination of his earthly work; and it ought to prepare surviving friends for an untimely end; yet a demise so sudden as that of Mr. Price finds us who lived and worked with him quite unprepared and licwildered. He had lieen a memlicr of this faculty for nearly nine years during which period he had dwelt in |x ace and harmony among us. doing cheerfully and well his ap|x inted tasks. He did not criticize others; he was charitable in his judgments; he had a fine understanding of human nature; and he worked with, and for. his colleagues and students. One need only see the liooks with which he surrounded himself to infer that he read widely, and in his field deeply. He was called ujxm to undertake several pioneering duties which is never an easy assignment; but in several of these he brought credit to himself and honor to the college. He was content to remain with us. though in these perilous times he had remarked that lie thought he might be doing something more for the preservation of our Country’s welfare, thus showing the thoughtful. rcs| onsiblc trend in his thinking. I le has done his part; his influence will aid us to do ours and others to do theirs'' -_r — "---------------------- DR. ALLISON A. FARLEY Member of Faculty I-'roni i )0 to 1941 Died April 1943 To him who in the love of Mature holds Communion with her visible forms, she speaks .1 various lanyiuuje . . . During his thirty-four years of service in this college. Dr. Farley held a high place in the affections and the respect of both the faculty and the students. A profound scholar, he conferred distinction upon his degree. l eing recognized as an authority in his chosen fields of psychology and education. Loyalty to the institution and devotion to the task of training well prepared teachers characterized his work. A fine sense of humor and a keen insight into human nature freed his classroom activity from any hint of drudgery; the breadth of his interests gave vitality to his instruction. He took pride in doing a line piece of work at teaching and devoted his energy unsparingly toward that end. In fact, his career was the fulfillment of 1 youthful ambition, for teaching had always apjxvalcd to him al ove all other professions. A keen observer of nature, he enjoved the outdoors both in solitude and in the company of others. His colleagues knew him as a delightful companion with a gift for vivid and stimulating conversation. The thousands of young jx’ople who sat under his instruction have carried inspiration from his classroom into their ownFreedom of Thought America is fighting to preserve freedom to think and to express truth without fear. Even though barbarism and despotism should again obscure Europe, America will remain as “the last best hope of earth”, a nation faithful to Jefferson's oath: "I have sworn upon the altar of (iod eternal hostility against every form of tyranny over the mind of man.” Adrlink Winki.kkA dministration BuildingThe President ’s Message J . vhar a»; when the Quiver apjieared we were already at war with the Axis Powers hut its effects were only moderately apparent here, though mam of our vouug men had put on the uniforms of one or another of the services. And soon voting women too l egan to respond to the insistent call for auxiliary services. The number of graduates and former students who have thus left us. numbers into tlu hundreds. We shall pro liable never have a complete list, but now we pay our tribute of respect, admiration, and kindly recollection to each of them, known to us or unknown. We shall have few young men remaining here after this Commencement. All of them will be under age or incapacitated, and lx it further noted, no one but themselves can ever know the disappointment and heart-burning that they must endure; and yet every one is preparing himself to do what he can as chemist, physicist, teacher, physician, dentist, or industrial or professional worker. The same is true of the young women. So different now from that of a few years ago is the situation in regard to teaching jiositions. We cannot supply the insistent demand; and even those who have but partially completed their courses are offered fiositions on every hand. In times of stress and strain, the dependence of the nation is on education and training, it is evident now that a modern nation cannot pay too much attention to the education of its children and young people. but the nation as a whole was reluctant to acknowledge any such obligation a short while ago. There have l een provided ample educational opportunities but lor too many they remain a hope and a vision There must not lx such a waste of intelligence, brain-power and genius. The College is engaged in furthering the training of a large quota of men who will eventually lx found in that most im|x rtant branch of our military forces, the Army Air Corps. These men quartered in our Training School Building are a line addition to our College; their spirit, eagerness, discipline, and morale add inestimably to ours. The officers, non-coms, and men bring a feeling and awareness of impending effort to us. which makes our duties have meaning and justification. Several faculty memlxjrs are in service, thus far in teaching and administrative work, but others may shortly see combat service. We watch and wait, appreciating their sacrifices, and confident that our people will not again waste the hard-won heritage of battles fought to keep us safe and free. Forrkst R. Pctl.K The President at his Desk Page sixteen1 1,111 » 1 """""" 1 "" ' " 1 r-ww ——— ■ ■ ■ ——— ■ ■ ■ ■ ■■■ — 1943 = KARL A. CLEMANS Came to Oshkosh 1906 B.A., University of Michigan; Physics: Vice-President: 96th C. T. I). RICHARD K. GRUF.X HAGEN Came to Oshkosli 1910 Kd.B., State Teachers ColleRe, Oshkosh; Manual Training JOSEPH O. FRANK Came to Oshkosh 1912 .M.. Indiana University: Chemistry Sick leave second semester MALVINA C CLAUSEN Caine to Oshkosh 1918 M.S., School of Library Service, Columbia University; Head Librarian Page fight fen WALTER H. FLETCHER Came to Oshkosh 1918 ivd.M., Dartmouth; English; Latin EVA J. VAN SISTINE Came to Oshkosh 1919 Ph.M.. University of Wisconsin; First Grade  HUGH W. TALBOT Came to Os!»k sli 1919 M.S.. University of Wisconsin; Biology LEAY’ELVA XL BRADBURY Came to Oshkosh 1919 M.S., University of Chicago; Geography; 96th C. T. I). LILA MAY ROSE Came to Oshkosh 1921 B.S.. in Music Education, Teachers College. Columbia University; M usic RUTH WILLCOCKSON Came to Oshkosh 1921 A.XL. University of Chicago: English MABEL G. BLAKE Came to Oshkosh 1922 Ph.XL, University of Wisconsin; Art (No picture) ROBERT XL KOLF Came to Oshkosh 1922 Ph.XL. University of Wisconsin; Physical Education for Men; 96th C. T. I). NEVIN S. JAMES Came to Oshkosh 1922 A.XL, University of Wisconsin; English; Speech; 96th C. T. I). Fa culty  JOHN A. BRKESE Came to Oshkosh 1923 M.S., New York University; M usic LAURA T. JOHNSON Came to Oshkosh 1924 Ph.M., University oi Wisconsin; Director of Curriculum for Intermediate Grade Teachers JEANNE A. MERCIER Came to Oshkosh 1924 Awarded Odicier I)’Academic. 1938, by French Government; French (No picture) HARRIET R. LOCK WOOD Came to Oshkosh 1924 A.M., University of Qticago; English N. PETER NELSON Came to Oshkosh 1924 A.M.. Teachers College. Columbia University: Director of Division of Secondary Education Fa culty ETHEL J. BEHNCKE Came to Oshkosh 1925 A.M.. University of Chicago; Art: Medical Aid 96th C. T. I). GLADYS II. SMITH Came to Oshkosh 1925 Ph.M .University of Wisconsin; Fourth Grade I'age I we illy mm 1943 BARBARA DONNER Came to Oshkosh 1926 I’ll.I).. University of Chicago: History and Political Science; 96th C. T. I). MAY I.. STEWART Came to Oshkosh 1926 A.M., University of Chicago; Director of Curriculum for Rural School Teachers RORKRT J. GRANT Came to Oshkosh 1927 M.A., State University of Iowa; lunior High School Principal; General Science; Civil Air Regulations; 96th C. T. D. MAY M. BICENKKN Came to Oshkosh 1928 Ph.I)., University of Chicago; Mathematics; 96th C. T. I). LOUISE K. SCOTT Came to Oshkosli 1928 A.M., University of Iowa; Junior High School History; Social Science HILDA TAYLOR Came to Oshkosh 1928 Ph.I).. University of Chicago; English Page livcnty-onc 1 ‘ ■ — ■ ■ 1 ■ - - 1943 — OR PH A WOU.ANOK Came to Oshkosh 1928 A.M., University of Wisconsin: Sixth Grade MAYSF.I. K. KVA NS Came to Oshkosh 1929 A.M., Northwestern University: Speech: 96th C. T. D. MARIK A. HIRSCH Came to Oshkosh 1929 A.M., University of Nebraska: History IRENE PRICK Came to Oshkosh 1929 Ph.l)., Indiana University: Mathematics JAMES K. DUNCAN Came to Oshkosh 1930 Ph.l)., University of Michigan: Physics: Director of Division of Non-Professional Education: Dean of Instruction 95thC.T.D. HUI.DA A. DILUNG Came to Oshkosh 1930 A.M., University of Chicago: Director of Curriculum for Primary Grade TeachersFLORENCE CASE Came to Oshkosh 1930 Ph.I).. Indiana University; Sociology; Dean of Women COZETTE GROVES Came to Oshkosh 1931 A.M.. University of Chicago; Fifth Grade KOI.I.A J. Mt MAHON Came to Oshkosh 1934 Ph.M., University of Wisconsin; Registrar and Education 96th C. T. 1). WILLIAM F. PRICE Came to Oshkosh 1934 Ph.M.. University of Wisconsin: Director of Division of Elementary Education Died I)cccmlH r 30, 1943 JAMES H. SMITH Came to Oshkosh 1934 Ph.l)., Columbia University; Director of Training School BURTON E. KARGES Came to Oshkosh 1934 Ph.l)., University of Wisconsin; Chemistry; Geology Lieutenant. U. S. Army Faculty Faye twenty-three K. B. PFEFFERKORN Came to Oshkosh 1935 M.I).. Washington University, Medical School; Physician; Medical Aid 96th C. T. D. CKCII.LE J. BARNETT Came to Oshkosh 1936 M.S., Northwestern University; Physical Education for Women BERENICE CRAWFORD Came to Oshkosh 1936 A.M.. University of Minnesota; Third Grade J. T. TAYLOR Came to Oshkosh 1936 Ph.l)., Columbia University; English; 96th C. T. I). ERNEST O. THEDINGA Came to Oshkosh 1936 Ph.D., University of Wisconsin; History Lieutenant, U. S. Army WARNER J. GEIGER Came to Oshkosh 1936 Ph.M., University of Wisconsin ; Geography; Social Studies: 96th C. T. I). Fa culty Fane Keenly-four1943 MARJORIE KING Came to Oshkosh 1939 A.M., University of Minnesota; Kindergarten BERTHA C. MERKER Came to Oshkosh 1939 A.M.. Columbia University; Second Grade RALPH A. NOR EM Came to Oshkosh 1939 Ph.L).. University of Minnesota: Political Science; History 96th C. T. I). J XK RLKYER PORTER Came to Oshkosh 1940 II.A.. University of Wisconsin: Library School Diploma Assistant Librarian CLYDE I). ERVIN Came to Oshkosh 1940 Ph.I)., University of Wisconsin: Biology Civilian Pilot ROBERT G. NEUMANN Came to Oshkosh 1941 M.A., Amherst College; Economics: Political Science Sergeant. U. S. ArmyFacu Ity RAYMOND RAMSDEN Came to Oshkosh 1941 Ph.D., Ohio State University; Education; Philosophy Ensign. U. S. Navy FLORENCE PETERS Came to Oshkosh 1942 R.W. St. Luke's Hospital; Nurse. 96th C. T. D. NILE J. BEHNCKE Director of Oshkosh Public Museum George Ennis Art School; Medical Aid. 96th C. T. D. (No picture) ESTHER MR ISM ASTER R.N., Mercy Hospital Nurse (No picture) WILLIAM BULKER Eastern Normal. Madison. South Dakota; M.A.. Colorado State College of Education; Physical Education, 96thC.T.D. (No picture) F. L. CAUDLE University of Wisconsin Extension Division M.S.. U. S. Naval Academy. Annapolis; Mathematics. Geography, 96th C. T. I). (No picture) H. V. TRUMAN I .a Crosse State Teachers College Ph.D.. University of Wisconsin; Physics. Medical Aid. 96th C. T. I). (No picture) L. D. HEKSHBURGEK Port Wing Union Free High School M.S., University of Wisconsin; Conservation; Medical Aid, 96th C. T. D. ( No picture) M. R. HYMER Wisconsin Institute of Technology M.A., University of Iowa; Mathematics, Physics. 96th C. T. I). (No picture) O. II. OLSON La Crosse State Teachers College M.A.. University of Michigan; Physics. 96th C. T. I). (No picture) FRED V. HEIN Director. Physical Education. Oshkosh Schools M.S., University of Wisconsin: Physical Education, Medical Aid. 96th C. T. I). {No picture)1943 ROBKRT LECHLEITER Accountant, %th C. T. I . (No picture) ELIZABETH Mi DONAI-I) Senior Clerk-Stenographer JESSIE MILLER Secretary t« the President (No picture) PRANCES L. ZIMMERMAN Financial Secretary GRACE SHIMEK Secretary to Director of Training School FLORENCE PALMER A.B.. University of Michigan: Assistant Registrar (No picture) ESTHER WELLER B.ICd.. Oshkosh State Teachers College: Assistant Librarian (No picture) VIOLA A. KLOIBER Secretary to the President (On leave) EILEEN GERGEN ssistant Registrar First Semester MARION STOCKFISH Assistant Clerk-Stenographer Page I unity-sevenBachelor Degree Graduates HARTWELL REISER DOROTHY HASTINGS BKSSIE KUNDIGER IOHN MATES LUCILLE DIEDRICK DOROTHY HAVEN HARRIET LARSEN JEROME McCORMICK CARE ENGELS ANN KELSEY M RY LOEHNERTZ FRANK MEYER HARTWELL REISER Nccnah. Wisconsin I’criclcan Chemistry DOROTHY HASTINGS Oshkosh, Wisconsin Indrixmdcnt History. Social Science BESSIE KUNDIGER Oshkosh, Wisconsin IiHle|M'ii lcnt English JOHN MATES Belmont, Wisconsin lota Alpha Sigma History. Social Science LUCILLE DIEDRICK Chilton, Wisconsin Irxlerendent Mathematics DOROTHY HAVEN Oshkosh, Wisconsin liKleiiciwIcnt English H RRIET LARSEN Denmark, Wisconsin I .a mix I a Chi I listory JEROME McCORMICK Seymour. Wisconsin lota Alpha Sigma Biology. Natural Science CARL ENGELS Green Bay. Wisconsin ImlciH’tKlcnt Chemistry NN KELSEY Racine, Wisconsin l.amlxta Chi I listory MARY LOEHNERTZ Chilton, Wisconsin Lamlxla Chi English FRANK MEYER Marion. Wisconsin ln lepcn lent I listory Page twenty-eightKATHRYN MORRISSEY Oshkosh, Wisconsin I n«lcpendcnt Eng I i si) HERBERT MUETZEL While Lake. Wisconsin Periclean History JAMES PEARSON Oshkosh. Wisconsin In k-|H-n h-nl English MARY I.Of ROTTMAX Eoml lu Lae. Wisconsin Gamina Sigma History ROBERT SITZBKRGEK Oshkosh, Wisconsin Philakcan Biology. Natural Science FLOYD SMITH Wisconsin Rapids, Wisconsin Lyceum Geography JEAN L’XZICKKR Fond do Lac. Wisconsin lnde| endcnt 4 Year Junior High School ROGER WINGERT Sister Bay. Wisconsin Iota Mpha Sigma English EDITH ODER IRK Plymouth. Wisconsin Delta Phi 4 Year Junior High Scliool RUTH SAVINSKE Oshkosh. Wisconsin Phoenix Mathematics WII.M STRICKLAND Fort Atkinson. Wisconsin lndc|icndcnt English RLYN WOLLENBURG Oshkosh. Wisconsin I .yeeum Gicmistry Senior Class of 19 43 KATHRYN MORRISSEY JAMES PEARSON ROBERT SITZ BERGER JEAN UNZICKER HERBERT MUETZEI. MARY LOU ROTTMANN FLOYD SMITH ROGER WINGERT EDITH ODEKIRK RUTH SAVINSKE WILMA STRICKLAND ARI.YX WOLLENBURG ttvnity-niiseEDWERDA ABEL Appleton, Wisconsin Gamma Sigina 4 Year Intermediate ELAINE CROCKETT l-aGraiigc, Illinois Delta I’lii 4 Year Intermediate JEAN POLZIN Oshkosh. Wisconsin Independent 4 Year Intermediat- M A RJOR 1E ()OSTER UOUS Appleton, Wisconsin Delta Phi 4 Year Intermediate GENEVIEVE BENNETT Beaver Dam, Wisconsin Independent 4 Year Intermediate BERNICE MESSER Oshkosh, Wisconsin (iainma Sigma 4 Year Intermediate NATALIE MAAS Chilton. Wisconsin lnde|H-ndent 4 Year Intermediate J ANE ALLEN Oshkosh. Wisconsin Independent 4 Year Primary LORRAINE Bl'SSE Oniro, Wisconsin liKlepcmlent 4 Year Intermediate CAROLYN KNOP Moricon, Wisconsin (iamma Sigma 4 Year Intermediate I.ANORE NETZER Oconto Falls, Wisconsin Independent 4 Year Intermediate BARBARA BRAND Oshkosh. Wisconsin Pltoenix 4 Year Kindergarten-Primary • ) 1 Senior Class of 1943 EDWERDA ABEL ELAINE CROCKETT JEW POLKIN’ MARJORIE OOSTERIIOUS GENEVIEVE BENNETT BERNICE MESSER NATALIE MAAS JANE ALLEN LORRAINE BUSSE CAROLYN KNOB I.ANORE NETZER BARBARA BRAND Page thirty -Bachelor Degree Graduates IMOGENS BRECHLIX KATHERINE DEXTER DONNA GRUNDY 1.0IS KEUP CAR()LYN CHRISTENSE: MILDRED DIEDRICK VIVIAN HECK JUNE KOCH JEAN COOK JANE EBERLE ALICE HOLMQUIST FERN MEADE IMOGENS BRECHLIX Oshkosh, Wisconsin Independent 4 Year Kindergarten-Primary KATHERINE DEXTER Mcnasha, Wisconsin Independent 4 Year Kindergarten-Primary DONNA GRUNDY Oshkosh. Wisconsin Independent 4 Year Primary VIVIAN HECK Fond du Lac. Wisconsin Kappa Gamma 4 Year Primary ALICE HOLMQUIST Shawano. Wisconsin lndc|Hi dcut 4 Year Primary LOIS KEUP Wautoma, Wisconsin Lamlxla Chi 4 Year Kindergarten-Primary JUNE KOCH Oshkosh, Wisconsin Lambda Chi 4 Year Primary FERN MEADE Xcenah. Wisconsin Independent 4 Year Primary CA ROI.YX Cl IR 1ST EX SEX Wild Rose. Wisconsin Independent 4 Ycar Primary JEAN COOK Menominee, Michigan Phoenix 4 Year Kindergarten-Primary MILDRED DIEDRICK Chilton. Wisconsin Independent 4 Year Primary J NE EBERLE Stoughton. Wisconsin Alcthcan 4 Year Kindergarten-PrimaryBachelor Degree Graduates KATHRYN MII.I.KR I.OLTSK NATION PHYLLIS RUCKERT M RY WOLF MYRTLK MILLKR MAK PATTERSON LUCILLE SMITH BETTYANN WORTHEN JKAN MORTENSEN VIRGINIA PI.OPPKR ALICE SPILLMAN MARGARET WL'RTZ 1 1 1 -Lib RUCKERT Ellison Bay, Wisconsin lndcj cndent •4 Year Kindergarten-Primary ,M K I WWI.f pplcton, Wisconsii Delta Phi 4 Year Primary KATHRYN MILLER Oshkosh, Wisconsin Phoenix 4 Year Kindergarten-Primary MYRTLE MILLER Oshkosh, Wisconsin -amUla Chi 4 Year Kindergarten-Primary JEAN MORTENSEN Waupaca. Wisconsin Phoenix 4 Year Kindergarten-Primary LOUISE NATION Oshkosh, Wisconsin I ndci cndcnt 4 Year Primary MAE PATTERSON Clintonville. Wisconsin Phoenix 4 Year Kindergarten-Primary LUCILLE SMITH Sheboygan Falls, Wisconsin Delta Phi 4 Year Primary B ETT Y A N N WO RT11EN Oshkosh, Wisconsin Phoenix 4 Year Primary MARGARET WURTZ Fond du l-ac. Wisconsin Lambda Chi 4 Year Kindergarten- Primary VIRGINIA PLOPPKR Marion, Wisconsin Phoenix 4 Year Kindergarten-Primary ALICE SPILLMAN Fowl du Lac. Wisconsin Alcthcan 4 Year Kindergarten-Primary Page thirty-twoIRENE CISMOSKI Wautoma, Wisconsin 4 Year Intermediate LOIS COOK Eagle River, Wisconsin 4 Year Intermediate EVELYN MULCHAEY Park I'alls. Wisconsin 4 Year Intermediate LUCILLE PEARSON Green Bay, Wisconsin 4 Year Primary SOPHIEBALBOT Marinette. Wisconsin 3 Year Intermediate PATRICK MeGOWAN Marinette. Wisconsin 3 Year Intermediate MARIAN BUELKE Plymouth. Wisconsin 3 Year Primary DOROTHY SCHROEDER Ilortonville. Wisconsin 3 Year Primary MINNIE FISCHER . I arinettc. W i sc nsin 3 Year Intermediate C THERINE WEGNER Two Rivers. Wisconsin 3 Year Intermediate EY NGKLINK GARBE Oslikosli. Wisconsin 3 Year Primary MARGUERITE SICKLES Green Bay, Wisconsin 3 Year Primary M ARY JANE MCDONALD Fond du Lac. Wisconsin 3 Year Intermediate KATHLEEN AI.LEN New London, Wisconsin 3 Year Primary CAROL ODEKIRK Plymouth, Wisconsin 3 Year Primary JEAN WHITE Waupaca. W ise« nsin 3 Year Primary Diploma Graduates IRENE CISMOSKI LOIS COOK EVELYN MULCHAKY LUCILLE PEARSON SOPHIE BALBOT PATRICE MeGOWAN MARIAN BUELKE DOROTHY SCHROEDER MINNIE FISCHER CATHERINE WEGNER EVANGELINE GARBE MARGUERITE SICKLES MARY JANE MeDONALD KATHLEEN ALLEN CAROL ODEKIRK JEAN WHITE V1— ------------, 1 CALVIN BARTELT Caniphdlsport, Wisconsin Non-Professional ROBERT SKNSENBRENNER MARJORIE CROSS Mcnasha, Wisconsin Winneconnc, Wisconsin Non Professional Secondary Education JOHN KASSICK Food «lu Lac. Wisconsin Non-Professional ROBERT CROWLEY PAUL STA GE Fond du Lac. Wisconsin Oslikosh. Wisconsin Non-Professional Non-Professional HARRIET BARLOW Oshkosh, Wisconsin Secondary Education FLOYD DIETZO Oshkosh, Wisconsin Secondary Education JOHN LUCIISINGER Oshkosh. Wisconsin Non-Professional FRANK BARTZ Wisconsin Rapids. Wis. Secondary Education LARRY HECKLE Appleton, Wisconsin Non-Professional ROBERT STELZNER Oshkosh, Wisconsin Non-Professional FRED DOWLING Shawano, Wisconsin Secondary Education JAMES MAN ION Oshkosh. Wisconsin Non-Professional ROBERT JANSEN BETTY WISLINSKY Sawyer. Wisconsin Oshkosh, Wisconsin Non-Professional Non Professional WILLIAM O'CONNELL Oshkosh, Wisconsin Non-Profcs$i ual DONALD BEYER Fond du Lac, Wisconsin Sec mdary KducatH n MKRRILLA FIEDLER Green Bay. Wisconsin Secondary Education FRANK CHALUPA Oshkosh. Wisconsin Secondary Education Juniors Page thirty-fourMKILLIN' GHRRKTSON Wau| un. Wisconsin Secondary Education JAMES MARTEN Oshkosh. Wisconsin Secondary Education GLORIA PLONSKV Oshkosh, Wisconsin SccoiKlary Education DORIS KKESHAN Oshkosh, Wisconsin Secondary Education HUBERT MONAHAN Oshkosh, Wisconsin Secondary Education JOYCE GFRORER Fond du I.ac. Wisconsin Secondary Education CLAIRE J. MARTINSON Aurora. Wisconsin Secondary Education MARIAN 1 0 HL Ontro. Wisconsin Secondary Education GLORIA KRIPPENE Oshkosh. Wisconsin Secondary Education GERALD NIESE Kohler, Wisconsin Sectmdary Educat ion DOROTHY HEDKE Oshkosh, Wisconsin Secondary Education don i.i) McDonald Fond du I.ac. Wisconsin See mlarv (Education BETTY PRAUSA Green Bay, Wisconsin Secondary Education MARY E. KUHN Hillsboro, Wisconsin Secondary Education JAMES NELSON Tomahawk. Wisconsin Seconda ry Ethical ion RUTH JESPERSEN Oniro, Wisconsin See uMlary (education MARJORIE MICHELS Oshkosh. Wisconsin Sect nda ry Ed neat it n FRANK STOLL Oshkosh, Wisconsin Secondary Education GEORGE LUEBKE Winncconnc, Wisconsin Sccontlary Education JOHN P RKS Shiocton, Wisconsin Sccontlary Education Class of 1944 Page thirty-fiveVIRGINIA TERUNDEN Campbell sport, Wiscon -in Secondary Education CECII.IA DOI.AN Oshkosh. Wisconsin Kindergarten-Primary MARY ANN MAZURCO West Allis, Wisconsin Intermediate JEAN CARMAN Plymouth, Wisconsin Kindergarten-Primary LOUISE ERAKER Oshkosh, Wisconsin K indergarten-Primary ROBERT VOIGHT Waupun, Wisconsin Secondary Education DRUCILLA ECKELAERT Niagara, Wisconsin K indergarten Primary DOROTHY MEYER Argonne, Wisconsin Primary ALICE CARPENTER Baralxio, Wisconsin Kindergarten-Primary MARY AGNES HAWORTH Fond du l.ac. Wisconsin Intermediate HELEN WILLIAMS Fond du lac, Wisconsin Secondary Education PATRICIA EGAN Oshkosh, Wisconsin Kindergarten-Primary ETHEL MEYER Winncconne, Wisconsin Primary MONICA CARTER BEULAH HOGAN Markesan, Wisconsin Sturgeon Bay. Wisconsin Intermediate Intermediate EDSEI. BIRDSALL Oshkosh, Wisconsin Grammar Grades ROSEM RY DALEY Marion, Wisconsin Kindergarten-Primary MARY KAY O'KEEFE Appleton, Wisconsin Primary RONALD JENSEN Wau|»aca, Wisconsin Grammar Grades DOROTHEA FRAEDrtlCK Oshkosh, Wisconsin Primary Class of 1944 4 Page thirty-sixELIZABETH OVERTON Oshkosh, Wisconsin Primary BARBARA SIEBER Glcnlxnilah. Wisconsin Primary ADELINE WINKLER Green Bay. Wisconsin Intermediate MARY RANDERSON Appleton. Wisconsin K indergarten- Primary ELIZABETH TILLESON Cl intonville, W isconsin Primary MAE PETERSON Oshkosh, Wisconsin Primary M RJORIE SMITH Oshkosli. Wisconsin K indergarten- Primary JEAN ZANDER Clintonville, Wisconsin K indergarten- Primary MARY JANE ROIiLEE Fond du Lac. Wisconsin Primary MARY JEAN VAN SI STINE DcPcrc, Wisconsin Primary KATHERINE PLUMMER Oshkosh. Wisconsin Kindergarten-Primary FLOR ENCE STK1N K ELLNER Oshkosh, Wisconsin Intermediate MYRA Z1ELKE Oshkosh. Wisconsin Primary JUNE SCHLOERB Oshkosh. Wisconsin Intermediate INEZ WERTH Clintonville. Wisconsin K indergarten- Primary JOYCE PRANGE PRUDENCE THOMPSON « North Fond du Lac. Wis. Oshkosh. Wisconsin Intermediate Primary M AE SOI BOEDER Oshkosh. Wisconsin K indergarten- Primary MADELINE WHITMAN Oshkosh, Wisconsin Primary = Juniors Page thirty-seven Class 1 9 4 5 SILAS ANDERSON Oshkosh, Wisconsin RAY BELOW Oshkosh, Wisconsin Non- Professional DONALD BUNKER Oshkosh. Wisconsin GLORIA CARVER Oshkosh, Wisconsin KENNETH CLAUSSEN Watertown. Wisconsin MARILYN DALLMAN Oshkosh, Wisconsin ARTHUR DAVY New London, Wisconsin E. HILARY FARMER Oshkosh, Wisconsin WILLIAM FELL Oshkosh, Wisconsin PAUL FKRGOT Oshkosh, Wisconsin THURMAN FOX Oshkosh. Wisconsin ROBERT GERTII Oshkosh. Wisconsin DELORES HASTINGS I lortonvillc. Wisconsin ROBERT HEIDEMAN Oshkosh, Wisconsin RICHARD HERMAN Oshkosh, Wisconsin HERMAN HOGE Fond du Lac, Wisconsin DONALD HOWE Oshkosh, Wisconsin JACK JEWELL Oshkosh, Wisconsin GORDON JONES Berlin, Wisconsin EUGENE KELLY Combined Links. Wisconsin LrROY KORB Clintonville. Wisconsin ROBERT KURTZ WEIL Oshkosh, Wisconsin JOHN L1NGENFELTER Fond hi lute, Wisconsin FRANCES McCOY Fond du Lac, WisconsinSophomores GEORGE MEYER Argonnc, Wisconsin ROBERT MOORE Oshkosh, Wisconsin MARY MORGAN Oshkosh, Wisconsin MARIAN MORSE Fond du I.ac, Wisconsin PATRICIA MORTELL Oshkosh, Wisconsin JOHN NOVACK Oshkosh. Wisconsin JAMES O’BRIEN Fond du Lac, Wisconsin KEITH PAULSON Tomahawk, Wisconsin LYLE PETERSON Washburn, Wisconsin CM ARLES PINCKNEY Oshkosh, Wisconsin JOHN PYTLESKI h'ond du I ac, Wisconsin BARBARA RAU Oshkosh, Wisconsin WAYNE ROPER Oshkosh, Wisconsin ELIZABETH SAI.ICK Watertown. Wisconsin SHIRI.EE SCHROEDKR Oshkosh, Wisconsin MARY STEELE Waukau, Wisconsin JOSEPH SWISTON Washburn. Wisconsin WALTER TEMPAS AdcII, Wisconsin JUNE THOMAS Oshkosh, Wisconsin DONALD THORESON Washburn, Wisconsin BEULAH TOWNE Waupaca, Wisconsin LUCILLE WELLSO Oshkosh, Wisconsin ROSAMAE WRIGHT Oshkosh, Wisconsin GERMAINE ZACHARIAS Oslikosh, Wisconsin Page thirty-nineSophomores ARTHUR ZARUING Oshkosh. Wisconsin FERN ZIMMERMAN Oshkosh. Wisconsin RUTH B. ZIMMKRMAN Oshkosh, Wisconsin Secondary JANE ANDERSON Marinette. Wisconsin LEWIS BEER Clintonvillv. Wisconsin RICHARD DREBUS Oshkosh, Wisconsin DOROTHY DUEBEN Chilton. Wisconsin VERA FINK Kaukauna, Wisconsin JANICE FURMAN Larsen. Wisconsin BETTY GLANDER Oshkosh. Wisconsin NANCY GRUNDY Oshkosh. Wisconsin JOHN HARVEY Green Bay. Wisconsin MARCELLA HOEFFS Laona. Wisconsin MARJORIE JASEPH Alloucz. Wisconsin MARVIN KRUEGER Oshkosh. Wisconsin GREG MARTENS Pound, Wisconsin DOROTHY M DANIELS Oshkosh. Wisconsin mary McDaniel Neenah. Wisconsin HAROLD OSKAR Neenah. Wisconsin JANE OTT Oshkosh. Wisconsin DOROTHY PFEIFFER Oshkosh. Wisconsin DARLENE PHILLIPS Chilton. Wisconsin DELBERT PHILPOTT Omro. Wisconsin fortyLOIS POCK T Marion. Wisconsin PHYLLIS PORTER Berlin, Wisconsin HAZEL BEDFORD Oshkosh, Wisconsin NERVILLE SAW ALL Oshkosh, Wisconsin DOROTHY SCHLOSSER Chilton. Wisconsin MARIAN SHAFER Font! du Lac. Wisconsin MARY SHEPARD Oshkosh. Wisconsin EDITH STEELE Watikau, Wisconsin PHIL ST IN EM AT ES Waupaca. Wisconsin MARION STOCKFISH I.ake Mills. Wisconsin CHARLOTTE AXGLI Berlin. Wisconsin BETTY BOOTH Oshkosh. Wisconsin MARGARET BRADFORD Oshkosh, Wisconsin THOR WALD ESBENSEX Eagle River. Wisconsin JOY ETHERIDGE Oshkosh. Wisconsin Page forty-one EVELYN STRECKEXBAC11 Green Bay. Wisconsin JEANNE STRUPP Oshkosh. Wisconsin RICHARD TEGATZ Oshkosh, Wisconsin WILLIAM THOMPSON Green Bay, Wisconsin LEONE WITKOWSKI Berlin. Wisconsin H lenient ary JANE . ALLEN North Fond du Lac. Wisconsin HELEN BECKMAN Manitowoc. Wisconsin ELSIE CUDNOIICFSKY Pound. Wisconsin Class of 1945 BKTTY FINCH Berlin, Wisconsin BKTTY JEAN FINK Oshkosh, Wisconsin ROSE1.I.A FOSTER LI NO Ncenah, Wisconsin NANCY FR ASH ICR Green Bay. Wisconsin LOIS GALOW Oshkosh, Wisconsin VIRGINIA HKIDT Randolph. Wisconsin , IA K i U K RITE HIR SC MI N G K R Baraboo. Wisconsin JANE JONF.S Oshkosh. Wisconsin ANN KORRKR Fond du Lac. Wisconsin JOAN KRUEGER CamidxHIsport, Wisconsin KATHRYN LA PER Markesan. Wisconsin MARJORIE LINER Fond du Lac. Wisconsin LOIS LUEPTOW Markesan. Wisconsin PRI I)KNCK MacDC)N A LD Oshkosh, Wisconsin BETTY MAIER Beaver Dam, Wisconsin BETTE MARSH Crandon, Wisconsin GWENDOLYN M RTEN Oshkosh, Wisconsin MARILYN MAGNUSSON Washington Island. Wisconsin GERALDINE MEYER Oshkosh, Wisconsin BERNICE MILLER Weyamvega. Wisconsin IRENE MUELLER Prairie du Sac, WisconsinSophomores GRACE PEPLINSKI M ilwaukee. Wisconsin MARIAN PETKRSON Clintonville. Wisconsin RUTH PRH AVE Green Bay, Wisconsin EUNICE KOESKK Green Bay. Wisconsin RITA SAMZ Argonne, Wisconsin BER X AI)KTTE SCH MID1.E. V Fond du I .ac, Wisconsin AMEE SCHWANDT Markesan, Wisconsin JEANETTE SHAFER RoseiKlale, Wisconsin PATRICIA SPARK Oshkosh, Wisconsin BEI.I.E SPENCER Oshkosh, Wisconsin RUTH STRONG Eagle River. Wisconsin SHEIEEA TAMM (trillion. Wisconsin DOROTHY VAN STBATEX I lortonvillc, Wisconsin ANASTASIA WALSH Anligo, Wisconsin GERTRUDE WILLIAMS Wild Rose. Wisconsin M RION WILSON Rush Lake. Wisconsin BETTY YASGER Horicon, Wisconsin ETHEL XIELKE Oshkosh. Wisconsin Students in CorridorNon-Professional CHARLES ABRAHAMSON JOHN AI.LKN Oshkosh, Wisconsin Allenvillc, Wisconsin INGA ANDERSON Oshkosh, Wisconsin DOROTHY ARNOLD Oshkosh, Wisconsin BERNARD ALLAN RALPH ALLEN HOWARD ANUNSON Waupun. Wisconsin Oshkosh. Wisconsin Larsen Wisconsin DAVID AWE JEANNE BAKER JOHN BRADY WILLIAM BRENNAND Oshkosh, Wisconsin Fond du l-ac, Wisconsin Fond du l«ac, Wisconsin Oshkosh, Wisconsin ELIZABETH BAKER ALBERT BALTHAZOR STANTON BREESE Fond du I.ac. Wisconsin Fond du I.ac. Wisconsin Oshkosh. Wisconsin JAMES BURR ELWYN BUSHWEILER MIRRIAM CARTWRIGHT LORAINE CHIPMAN Oshkosh. Wisconsin Rush I,ake. Wisconsin Oshkosh. Wisconsin Rcdgranitc. Wisconsin DONALD BURROWS ALPHA BYTELL LOIS CHANDLER Oshkosh, Wisconsin I.aona, Wisconsin Oshkosh. Wisconsin PATRICIA COSTELLO FLOYD DAVIS WALTER RVANSON DAVID FELL I oihI ,lu Lac, Wisconsin Oshkosh, Wisconsin Oshkosh. Wisconsin Oshkosh. Wisconsin ROBERT COVEY Oshkosh, Wisconsin ROBERT DIETZ NVautonia, Wisconsin ROBERT ERDMANN Oshkosh, Wisconsin JEAN FIEDLER Oshkosh. Wisconsin GARY FRITZ Belleville. Wisconsin GEORGE FRYE Omro. Wisconsin JANE GOETTMAN Oshkosh, Wisconsin WILLIAM FISHER THEODORE FROEHLKE MARY LOU GLASS Oshkosh. Wisconsin Oshkosh. Wisconsin Oshkosh, Wisconsin KLAIMEGRAF DONALD HAERTL LOUIS HARRMANN JAMES HELF Green Bay, Wisconsin Ncenah. Wisconsin Oshkosh. Wisconsin Kaukauna, Wisconsin ROBERT GRUNSKA Ncenah, Wisconsin ROYAL HARMON Wautoma, Wisconsin WILLIAM HAY Oshkosh. Wisconsin Kl.E.WOR ANN HENNIG GEORGE HILDEBRANT RALPH HOUFEK BETTY IVES Gshkosh, Wisconsin Oshkosh. Wisconsin Appleton. Wisconsin Oshkosh, Wisconsin MARCELLA HERBST Wi.nieconne. Wisconsin VIRGINIA HORNI NG Edgar, Wisconsin GEORGE HURLBUT Amigo, Wisconsin Freshmen t’ayc forty-four Page forty-fiveNon-Professional HERMIT JONES Oshkosh, Wisconsin JAMES JUNGWIRTH Oshkosh. Wisconsin LOUIS KINZINGER Pound. Wisconsin NAOMI KOCH Oshkosh, Wisconsin MORGAN JONES Rcdgranitc, Wisconsin ROBERT KAUFMAN I'ond (hi Lac, Wisconsin MARY KIRCHER Oshkosh. Wisconsin RICHARD KOCH Oshkosh, Wisconsin REGINALD KRAMER Oshkosh, Wisconsin JACK KROHN Oshkosh. Wisconsin PHYLLIS KUEHN Oshkosh, Wisconsin ELIZABETH KOI.F Oshkosh, Wisconsin DONALD KRINGS Winncconne, Wisconsin ALAN KRUEGER Caniphcllsport. Wisconsin CHARLES LAMB Oshkosh, Wisconsin ROBERT I.EICHTMAN Taychcedah, Wisconsin DUANE LEUTHOLI) Oshkosh. Wisconsin DONALD M ANION Oshkosh, Wisconsin WILLIAM LAST )shkosh, Wisconsin DAVID LEM Oshkosh, Wisconsin ELLIE LOPER Oshkosh, Wisconsin ALBERT MARCH Oshkosh. Wisconsin MILTON McCOY North Fond ln I-ac. Wisconsin WILLIAM MORRISSEY Wankati. Wisconsin JOHN MURPHY Oshkosh. Wisconsin MARY ANN MATHWIG SARAH MOORE Oshkosh, Wisconsin Oshkosh, Wisconsin MYRON MEULEMAN Kaukauna, Wisconsin RICHARD NASLUNI) Oshkosli, Wisconsin ROBERT OSTERTAG Oshkosh, Wisconsin DOROTHY POPKE New London, Wisconsin JOHN REDDY Oshkosh. Wisconsin CARLTON NISLEIT Sheboygan, Wisconsin DELMER PI EL New I-ondon. Wisconsin HARRY RAJ SKY Oshkosh, Wisconsin STEVEN KEEP Waupun, Wisconsin DONALD RINE Ncenah, Wisconsin CHARLES ROLPH Oshkosh, Wisconsin HUGH RUSSELL Oshkosh, Wisconsin CHESTER RICHARDS Waldo. Wisconsin EDWARD ROBERTS Oshkosh. Wisconsin GEORGE ROTHENBACH Oshkosh, Wisconsin GILBERT SCIIMOLESKY North Fond du Lac. Wisconsin JOHN SCHWALBE Monroe, Wisconsin JOAN SHUMWAY CAROL Oshkosh, Wisconsin Oshkosh, SKOWLUND Wisconsin HOWARD SCHULTZ Wantoma, Wisconsin ROBERT SHEA Oshkosh, Wisconsin MINA LEA SINSKE Fond dn l.ac, Wisconsin 1946 Page forty-sevenSecondary ARTHUR SMITH Oshkosh. Wisconsin ANDREW SPKKGER Oshkosh, Wisconsin BOB STEVENSON Oshkosh, Wisconsin SAMMY TAYLOR Fremont. Wisconsin DAVID SPEAR Berlin. Wisconsin JULIUSSTAERKKL Oshkosh. Wisconsin HARRISON TALBOT Oshkosh. Wisconsin SHIRLEY THOMPSON Neenah, Wisconsin CARL UBBELOHDE Wahlo, Wisconsin H ELKN V A N DEN W AI.K ER Neenah, Wisconsin SAM WARTINBEE Clintonvillc, Wisconsin DUANE TRETTIN Oshkosh. Wisconsin LOR IN UFFENBECK Fond du l-ac, Wisconsin LOIS VEVLE Wautoma, Wisconsin BETTE J EA N N E W EBSTF.R Oshkosh, Wisconsin DON WUSSOW Oshkosh. Wisconsin ROBERT BELONGER Oshkosh, Wisconsin CLYDE BUSCHKOPF Juneau. Wisconsin MELVIN WOLLENBURG Oshkosh, Wisconsin Secondary Division GUY BURR Oshkosh. Wisconsin BETTE CARROLL Two Rivers, Wisconsin NORM N DRAEGER Marion. Wisconsin LLOYD DUSTMAN Oshkosh. Wisconsin ELIZABETH GAHI.MAN Juneau. Wisconsin VIRGINIA CLUTE Oshkosh, Wisconsin MYRTLEDUSHEXSKI Oshkosh. Wisconsin JUNE FRIEDRICH Oshkosh. Wisconsin ARTHUR GANDT Gillette, Wisconsin RAYMOND HARTMAN Fond tlu Lac, Wisconsin IVOR HEN NIG Green Bay, Wisconsin MARYALYCE HORNBY Montello, Wisconsin MARION HANK WITZ Fond du Lac. Wisconsin ARTHUR HEIDT Randolph, Wisconsin REIT A MAE HORN Valdcrs, Wisconsin MELVIN KOBISKE Weyamvega, Wisconsin RUBY LARSEN Denmark, Wisconsin CAROL McMONAGLE Green Bay. Wisconsin RAMONA MORROW Berlin. Wisconsin DOROTHY KOLI.AR Oshkosh. Wisconsin GUST M STRICOLA Redgranite, Wisconsin ADELINE MEYER Loin Lake. Wisconsin SALLY O'CONNOR Fond du Lac. Wisconsin ROBERT PATZKE (ircen Bay, Wisconsin BETTY PFEIFFER Oshkosh. Wisconsin STEVAN PITTLER I'oimI du Lac. Wisconsin LA VON PAGEL Birnaimvootl. Wisconsin FR NCTS PETRIE ! lillicrt. Wisconsin BETTY PIERCE Oshkosh. Wisconsin 1946 rage forty-eight■■iElementary BERN ADI NK RAVEN Oshkosh, Wisconsin PAULINE SCHUSTER LOIS SMITH GEORGE STOEBERL Oslikosh, Wisconsin Brandon. Wisconsin Grand Marsh. Wisconsin MA KG A RKT SCHULTZ A LICK SHKRROI) I.UCILE SMITH Fond lu Lae, Wisconsin Wisconsin Dells, Wisconsin Brandon, Wisconsin MONICA STRI PP Oshkosh, Wisconsin CARTER THURK LOIS TREISE r Eond dn Lac. Wisconsin Oshkosh, Wisconsin IjlCfUCUtClfy DONALD THOMPSON GERTRUDE TRACY MARY KLI.KN WILLIAMS Green Bay. Wisconsin Cascade, Wisconsin Oshkosh, Wisconsin MARJORIE BA HR Oshkosh, Wisconsin MARILYN BLUEMKE JUNE COUGHLIN VIVIAN FLOOD Roscndalc, Wisconsin Oslikosh, Wisconsin Campliellsport. Wisconsin ARLENE BLACK Gresham, Wisconsin ELAINE BRENNAN ETHEL DE YOUNG Elcho. Wisconsin Randolph, Wisconsin MARJORIE JORGENSON Oshkosh. Wisconsin HELEN MILLER JEANNE MURRAY DOROTHY PFAFFENROTII Oshkosh, Wisconsin Fond dn Lac. Wisconsin Oshkosh, Wisconsin LUCILLE McROBERT MARGARET MILLER PEGGY NEWBERRY Wanpnn, Wisconsin Oshkosh. Wisconsin Fish Creek. Wisconsin DEI.ORIS PITTLER Fond dn Lac, Wisconsin PATRICIA SMICK JANE SULLIVAN PATRICIA VAN SISTINE Oshkosh. Wisconsin Fond du Lac, Wisconsin West Dc Pere. Wisconsin BARBARA SEIDEL Sherwood, Wisconsin ELEANOR SOHM VIRGINIA THORNTON Oshkosh. Wisconsin Sheboygan. Wisconsin VERA WEBER Oshkosh, Wisconsin Rum I JUSTINA FELTEN MARGARET GOEBEL ixUTUl Greenleaf, Wisconsin Fond du I-ac. Wisconsin EMILY ZACHOW Dale, Wisconsin DORIS FANDREY KATHALEEN GAFNEY Clintonville. Wisconsin Oshkosh, Wisconsin EDITH GORGES New London Wisconsin LORAINE LARSEN ALICE MKNNE LORA INK STOKHR Denmark. Wisconsin Green Bay, Wisconsin Gresham. Wisconsin MARY ALICE HAYES SHIRLEY McKINNON HELEN STOKHR New London, Wisconsin Oslikosh. Wisconsin Grcsliam, Wisconsin = Freshmen Page fifty-on,Diploma Rural Graduates SARAH BAUKR Frcinont. Wisconsin ETHEL BREHMER Eland, Wisconsin EUNICE FULLER Oshkosh, Wisconsin A RUNE GOERLITZ Oshkosh, Wisconsin AGNES HASS Manawa, Wisconsin MARJORIE KAISER BETTY LEIN WEBER Fond du Lac, Wisconsin Oshkosh, Wisconsin RUBY MARX Oshkosh, Wisconsin LOIS RICHTER MARY SNIDER Wcyauwcga, Wisconsin Eldorado, Wisconsin BERNICE THOMPSON ENID ULRICH Denmark, Wisconsin Frcinont. Wisconsin Page fifty-luv l each School I write no poem men's hearts to thrill. No song I sing to lift men's souls; To battle front no soldiers lead. In halls of state I boast no skill; I just teach school. I just teach school, but |»oct's thrill. And singer's joy. and soldier's fire. And statesman's |x wcr, all. all are mine; For in this little group where still I just teach school. Are Poets. Soldiers. Stateinen, all. I see them in the speaking eye. In face aglow with purj osc strong. In straightened bodies, tense and tall. When I teach school. And they, uplifted, gaze intent On cherished heights they soon shall reach; And mine the hands that led them on! Inspired, therefore. I am content; I still teach school. —Selected A (Itninistration Building Freedom of Fellowship Humane fellowship with all men is the American ideal of living. Because of the airplane, Main Street runs from our home town to London, Moscow, and Chungking. Nations and people we once thought remote are now merely hours and minutes away. In our personal companionships we find a symbol of that world fellowship for which we strive. Adeline Winkler VScience BuildingHack How: Janice Furman, Margaret Schultz. Jeanne Murray. Frances McCoy, Mary Jane McDonald. Elizabeth Baker, Mary Kirchcr. Mary Shejard. Third Hotc: Eleanor Ann Hennig. Marian Shafer. Vera Weber, Nancy Grundy. Betty Fierce. Lois Chandler. Ellic I-oper. Jeanne Baker. Scrond Hour Elizabeth Salick. Emily Zachow, Sally O'Connor. Lucille McRobert, Carol Skowlund. Elizabeth Kolf. Gloria Krippene. Mary l-ou Glass. Front Hour Kosainae Wright, Jane Ebcrlc, Alice Spillman. Virginia Clute. Dorothy Pfeiffer, Bette Jeanne Webster. Jam- Sullivan. Inga Anderson. Miss King. .Additional Members: Sally Moore. June Friedrich. FIRST SEMESTER Alice Spillman .... Marian Shafer...... Jane Ebcrlc ....... Frances McCoy ..... Gloria Krippene.... Mary Shepard....... Nancy Grundy ...... OFFICERS .. PRESIDENT .. VICE-PRESIDENT .. SECRETARY .. .. TREASURER .. .. CUSTODIAN .. .. HISTORIAN ... ... CRITIC ... SECOND SEMESTER ..........Mice Spillman ........ Marian Shafer .......... Jane Ebcrlc ....... Frances McCoy ....... Elizabeth Salick ...... Rosamac Wright ..........Nancy Grundy ADVISERS: Mis Margery King. Mrs. Jane Porter MOTTO: “Truth and Loyalty.” FLOWER: Rose. COLORS: Red and White. PURPOSE: To promote high ideals of scholarship. womanhood, and citizenship. INFORMAL RUSHING: First semester: Sally Moore’s home. FORMAL RUSHING: Mardi Gras at 20th Century.” KAPPA GAMMA PLAY CONTEST: “As the Tumhriils Pass": 3rd place. CHRISTMAS: Gifts to Girls’ Industrial Home. W AR WORK: Red Cross work. RUSHING: Second semester: Mrs. Jane l.leycr Porter’s home. IOTA SONGFEST: “Night and Day." INFORMAL DANCE: Swing Shift dance with Philakean. I aye fifty-six A letheanPhilakean FIRST SKMESTER Robert Sitzbcrger ... Ncrvillc Sawall...... Wayne Roper ......... Jack Jewell ......... Donald Howe ......... John Luchsinger...... Robert Covey ........ OFFICERS SECOND SEMESTER ..... PRESIDENT ............... Wayne Roper ... VICE-PRESIDENT ............ Robert Covey . SECRETARY-TREASURER....... Marvin Krueger .. CORK ESP. SECRETARY......... Ncrvillc Sawall ..... .MARSH AI................ John Xovack ....... CRITIC ..... ... PARLIAMENTARIAN .. ADVISERS: Mr. X. I . Nelson. Mr. E. A. Clctnan.s DATE OF FOUNDING: 1899. MOTTO: "In Hoc Signo Vinces." FLOWER: I ;iiT xlil. COIX RS: I {lack an l Gold. PURPOSE: To promote forensic and scholastic advancement. IX FOR MAI. RUSHING: With Alethean in Men's Gym. FORMAL RUSHIXG: Campus Shop. INFORMAL DAXCK: "Swing Shift" with Alethean. February 13. in the Gym. EXTEMPORANEOUS SPEECH CONTEST: SjM nsor of this event. Hack Row: Ncrvillc Sawall, Wayne Rojwr, Richard Tigatz, David Lein. Rolicrt Sitzbcrgcr, Mr. Clcmans. •rout Rote Arthur Smith, William Fisher, William Fell, Stanley Hyde. John Schwalbe. Idditional Members: Rolicrt Covey, I)onald Howe. Jack Jewell. Marvin Krueger, Duane Lcuthold. John Luchsinger, Roliert Moore, John Novack. Harry Raj sky. John Reddy. Rage fifty-sevenDelta Phi OFFICERS FIRST SEMESTER SECOND SEMESTER Myra Ziclkc.................. PRESIDENT ................Edith Odekirk Betty Jean Fink ........... VICE-PRESIDENT .............. Lois Pockat Edith Odckirk................ SECRETARY Jeanette Shafer Joy Etheridge ............... TREASURER ................ Joy Etheridge Mary Randerson .............. CUSTODIAN .............. Betty Jean Fink Mary Morgan ................. HISTORIAN ............... Rosemary Daley Lois Pockat ................... CRITIC Myra Ziclkc ADVISER: Dr. Hilda Taylor M()TT : "Friendship and I-oyalty." FLOWER: Red Rose. COLORS: Gold and Black. PURIX SE: To promote literary activities. INFORMAL RUSHING: Party with Iota Alpha Signia in Dr. Norctn’s room. FORMAL RUSHING: Dinner at “The Peacock.” Hack Roto: Second Rote: •'rout . Idditionnl KAPPA GAMMA PLAV CONTEST: Original play—I»is Pockat “Futile Victory.” First place. W AR ’()RK: Sale of war stamps at school. IOTA SONGl'EST: “June Rliaj sody." hirst place. INFORMAL DANCE: “Sadie Hawkins Day." with Iota Alpha Sigma in Men’s Gvm January 9. Elsie Cudnohufsky. Betty Jean Fink, Carol Odckirk. Edith Odckirk. Jean Carman. Lois Smith. Lucilr Smith. Marion Hankwitz, Delores Hastings. Ethel Ziclkc, Lois Pockat. Rosemary Daley. Betty Finch. Gwendolyn Marten. Margaret Miller, Myra Ziclkc, Beverly Olson Row: Madeline Whitman. Phyllis Porter. Bette Carroll, Mary Kay O’Keefe, Mary Randerson, Lucille Smith. Jeanette Shafer. Leone Witkowski, Charlotte Angle. Members: Marjorie Oostcrhous. Mary Wolf. Marjorie Jascph. Joy Etheridge, Mary Morgan. Myrtle Doshcnski, Marian Wilson.Hack Rote: William Thompson. Hubert Monahan. Robert Ostertag, Arthur Zarling, Thorwald Esltenson, Ivor Hennig, William l.a t. Third Rote: Raymond Relow, Frank Chalupa. John Murphy. Steven Reep, James Manion, Richard Naslund, Donald Thompson. Second Row: David Spear. Jack Krohn. I)r. Norem. Jerome McCormick. Hilary Farmer. Arthur Davy. William O'Connell. Robert Patzkc. Trout Row: dreg Martens. Carl Ubbclohdc. Leonard Roltdc. Lyle Peterson. Louis Kimtiger. John Parks, George Hurlbut. .Iddilioml Members: Robert (ierth, Lewis Reer. Walter Kvanson. Gary Fritz. John Harvey. Arthur Heidt, Robert Kaufman. Donald Krings, Roliert Loprnow, John Mates. George Meyer. Harold Oskar. Dell ert Philpott. Duane Trettin. Robert Voight. OFFICKRS FIRST SEMESTER SECOND SEMESTER Jerome McCormick .......... PRESIDENT .............. I.«mis Kinziger William TlH»ntpson ...... VICE-PRESIDENT ............ Arthur Davy Robert Voight.............. SECRETARY ..............Carl Ubbclohdc Arthur Davy ............... TREASURER .............. Raymond Relow Hubert Monahan ............ HISTORIAN ............... William Last Louis Kinziger .............. MARSHA I...............John Murphy ADVISERS: Mr. V. II. Fletcher. Dr. K. A. Norem IOTA: Knowledge and Skill. ALPHA: limtlicrlv affection. SIGMA: Wisdom. DA TIC OF FOUNDING: 1915. COLORS: IIIue and Gold. PURPOSE: To promote fellowship and ideals of worthy social standards. INFORMAL RUSHING; With Delta Phi in Room 311. October 7. FORMAL RUSHING: Campus Shop. Oct. 14. INFORMAL DANCE: "Sadie Hawkins’ Day.” with Delta Phi. January 9. IOTA SONGFEST: Sjxmsors of this event. March 11. lota Alpha Sigma Pa;te fifty-ninen fl 6 fl 0 6 Hack Row: Hazel Bedford, Evangeline Garbc, I.ouisc Frakcr, Doris Kceshan, Rose11 la Fosterling. Peggy Newberry. Fern Zimmerman, Ruth Betty Zimmerman. Stroud Rote: Kvelyn Streckenlach. Lucille Wellso. Belle S|tencer, Dorothy Arnold. Darlene Phillips. Marjorie Cross. Adeline Winkler, Bemadine Raven, Eleanor Sohm. l:ront Row: .Marjorie Liner. Merrilla Fiedler. Alice Carpenter, Marguerite Hirschingcr. Reita Mae Horn. Bernice Miller. Bcrna lette Schmidley. Bette Marsh. .Idditiomil Members: Bernice I lesser. Edwcrda Abel, Imogenc Brechlin. Carolyn Knop. Jane Ott, Marv Lou Rottman. Germaine Zacharias, Mary Ann Ma urco. Joyce Prange. Jane Allen. June Coughlin, Mina Lea Sinske. OFFICERS FIRST SEMESTER SECOND SEMESTER Doris Keeshan ................ PRESIDENT Evelyn Strcckcnbach Evangeline Garbc ........... VICE-PRESIDENT ............. Marjorie Cross Marjorie Cross................ SECRETARY ............... Marjorie Liner Alice Carpenter .............. TREASURER ............... Alice Carpenter Lucille Wellso................ CUSTODIAN Lucille Wellso BeMc Spencer ................. HISTORIAN Darlene Phillip Bernice Hesser.................. CRITIC Marguerite Hirschingcr ADVISER: Miss Cozcttc Groves MOTTC : '‘Forward." FLOWER: Purple Sweet Peas. COl-ORS: Purjjle and Gold. PURPOSE: To promote friendships among college women, and to enlarge their knowledge of literature. INFORMAL RUSHING: Peruke Messer’s home. FORMAL RUSHING: Hotel Ratdf. KAPPA GAMMA PLAY CONTEST: "White Iris." WAR WORK: Afghan for the Red Cross. IOTA SOXGFEST: "America. I Love You.” INFORMAL DANCE: Dance with Periclean in Men's Gym — December 12. joTH ANNIVERSARY DINNER: Hotel Raulf February 27. Gamma Sigma I'mjc sixtyPericlean FIRST SEMESTER Thurman Fox ..... Herbert Meutzel.. Fred Dowling .... Merlin Gerretson .... James Nelson .... ADVISERS: Mr- N. S. James, Mr. R. G. Neumann I)ATI ' OF FOUNDING: u 22. l )TT(): “Versatility.” COLORS: Cireen and Cold. PURPOSF: To promote forensics, sjjorts, and literary interests. Hack How: Mr. James. Donald McDonald, Hartwell Reiser, James Nelson, Ralph Hnufck, Fred Dowling. Mr. Neumann. Hront Row: Eugene Kelley. Merlin Gerretson. Thurman Fox. Herbert Meutzel, Keith Paulson Louis Harrmann. Ollier Members: James Awe, Floyd Dictzo, Richard Drebus. Alan Krueger. Robert Stange, George Stoerberl. INFORMAL R l’S HI NO: Men’s Room. FORMAL RL’SHIN(i: Campus Shop. INFORMAL DANCE: “Juke Box.” Dec. 12. KAPPA GAMMA PLAY CONTEST: “Tobacco Alley." OFFICERS SECOND SEMESTER ..... I’RES I DEN I ........... Fred Dowling ... VICE-PRESIDENT ............ Keith Paulson ..... SECRETARY ............... James Nelson ..... TREASURER ............ Merlin Gerretson CRITIC. MARSHAL. HIST. Page sixty-one:: Kappa Gamma OFFICERS FIRST SEMESTER SECOND SEMESTER Cecilia Dolan............... PRESIDENT .............. Betty Wislinsky Ethel Meyer .............. VICE-PRESIDENT ............ Marcella Hoeffs Mary Jane Rol lee......... SEC RETARY .................. Ruth Priewe PriKlencc Thompson ......... TREASURER Prudence Thompson Ruth Priewe ................ CUSTODIAN ................. Betty Maier nn Walsh................... HISTORIAN Dorothy McDaniels ADVISER: Miss l.cavclva Bradbury MOTTO: “Know Your Opportunities." FLOWER: Rose. COLC)RS: Rose and C day. PURPOSE: To foster art appreciation, dramatic production, scholastic achievement, and school spirit. INFORMAL RUSHING: Museum. FORMAL RUSHING: Hotel Raulf. KAPPA GAMMA PLAY CONTEST: Sponsors. Also presented “Girl from Nowhere. CHRISTMAS: Christinas basket to needy family. WAR WORK: Red Cross work. IOTA SONGFEST: "Lonesome." ALUMNAE HANOI'ET: February 6 at “Four Pines." Rack Row: Patricia Costello. Virginia Tcrlindcn, Marcella Hocffs. Patrice McGowan. Patricia Sparr. Anastasia Walsh, Dorothy McDaniels, Gcraklinc Meyer. Second Row: Ruth Priewe. Marjorie Michels. Joan Krueger. Vivian Flood. Prudencv Thompson. Monica Strupp. Ethel Meyer. Front Roto: Betty Maier. Vera Fink, Betty Wislinsky, Alpha Bytell. Cecilia Dolan. Mary Jane Ruhlec. Ethel DeYoung. Virginia Meklt. Additional Members: Dorothy Meyer, Betty Ives. Page sixty-twoHack Row: Myrtle Miller. Helen Stoelir. Betty Prausa, Dorothy Durben, Harriet Larsen, Jane Anderson, Lorraine Stoelir. Second Row: Beulah Townc. Lois Kcup. Ann Kelsey. Bernice Thompson. I iis Vevle, Sheilla Tamm. Margaret Wurtz. l:ronl Roto: Betty Booth, Margaret Bradford. Betty Yasger. June Koch, Jean White. Mary I.oehnertz. Jeanne Strupp. .Idditionnl Members: Nancy Frasher. Ruth Jespersen. Katherine I’lummer. Marguerite Sickles. Klaine (iraf, Ramona Morrow. Pauline Schuster, Adeline Meyer. Lois Treisc. FIRST SEMESTER Ann Kelsey ......... Margaret Bradford .. Dorothy Durben...... Harriet Larsen ..... Nancy Frasher ...... Mary I.oehnertz .... OFFICKRS .. PR KSI DENT .. VICE-PRESIDENT .. SECRETARY .. .. TREASURER .. .. CUSTODIAN .. .. HISTORIAN .. DYISER: Dr. Irene Price SECOND SEMESTER ...... Dorothy Durben ...........Jean White ........ Betty Prausa ...... Harriet Larsen ..... Bernice Thompson .... Margaret Bradford MOTTO: "For the Sake of Gain." FLOWER: Talisman Rose. COLORS: Peach and Blue. PURPOSE: 'l o provide com| anionship and social life for college women and to promote a spirit of friendship and co-opcration among them. INFORMAL RUSHING: At Mrs. McDonalds home, October 5. FORMAL RUSHING: French Room of the Athearn Hotel. October 12. CHRISTMAS: Basket fora needy family. WAR WORK: Bought war bond. RUSHING—Second Semester: Strand Theater and Betty Booth’s home. INFORMAL DANCE: Corridor dance. Dec. 4. = Lambda Chi Pane sixty-lhrceHack Rote: Kathryn Miller. Elizabeth Tilleson. Virginia Plnppcr, Jean Fiedler. Drucilla Erkclacrt, l.ois Cook. Jean Mortenson. Mae Schroedcr. MoreiKc Stcinkellncr. Second Rote: Jean Zander. Mac Patterson, Bettyann Worthen, Naomi Koch. Ruth Savinske, Mary Ann Mathwig, Barbara Brand, Ann Korrer. Prom Rote: Mr . Mcrkcr. Marjorie Smith. l.ois (lalow. Helen Miller. Jean Cook. Helen Beckman, Ruth Strong, Maryalycc Hornby. I .a Yon Page!. Additional Members: June Schloerb. Dorothy Kollar. Helen Beckman. Mary Jean VanSistinc. Patricia VanSistinc, Dorothy Weed. Elaine Stangc. Dorothy Hedke. OFFICERS FIRST SEMESTER SECOND SEMESTER Ruth Savinske................ PRESIDENT Kathryn Miller Bettyann Worthen .......... VICE-PRESIDENT Barbara Brand Mae Schroedcr ............... SECRETARY Jean Zander Florence Stcinkellncr ....... TREASURER Florence Stcinkellncr Barbara Brand ............... CUSTODIAN l.ois Galow June Schlocrt................ HISTORIAN Dorothy Hedke DVISER: Mrs. Bertha Merker MOTTO: Culture, Not Show.” FLOWER: White Rose. COLORS: Green and White. Pl’RP( )SE: To promote interest in literary work and music; to uphold high social and scholastic ideals. INFORMAL RUSHING: Men’s Gym with I .yceum. FORMAL RUSHING: Hotel Athearn. KAPPA GAMMA PLAY CONTEST: “The Letter." Second place. CHRISTMAS: Christmas gifts and party for children at Sunnyview. WAR WORK : Red Cross work. RUSHING — Second Semester: Home of Kathryn Miller. IOTA SONGFEST: "The l»st Chord" original arrangement second place. SCHOLARSHIP CUP AWARD: $25 War Bond to the women's society with the highest scholarship average. Phoenix Rtujc sixty-jourT _________________ Lyceum FIRST SKMKSTFR Donald Beyer ....... Floyd Smith......... R hcrt Crowley .... Arlyn Wollcnburg ... John Lingcnfclter--- Kenneth C'lausscn ... OFFICKKS SECOND SEMESTER ........ Rollert Crowley ........ John Pytleski ........ Donald Beyer ........ Donald Beyer .......... Sam Taylor ........James O’Brien ADVISER: Dr. Raymond Ramsden .. PR KSIDKNT .. VICF.-PRKSIDKNT .. SECRETARY .. .. TREASURER .. .. CUSTODIAN .. ... CRITIC .... MOTTO: "We Shape our Destiny" PURPOSE: To develop niemliers intellectually, culturally, and physically. COLORS: lllue and Gold. INFORMAL RUSHING: With Phoenix in the I )einonstration Room. FORMAL RUSH IN'G: Men’s Room. LYCEUM YODYIL: Sponsors of this event. Hack Rtnv: Gillicrt Schmolcsky, Clyde Buschkopf. I.orin Uffcnbcck, Melvin Kobiskc. Melvin Wollcnburg. James Marten. Second Row: John Pytleski. Sam Wartinbec, Donald Beyer. William Dougherty. John Allen. Arlyn Wollcnburg. Dr. Ramsden. Front Hour: Sam Taylor, John Lingcnfclter. Robert Hcidcman, John Brady. Kenneth Claussen. James O'Brien. . Iddiliomil Members: Robert Crowley. Charles Rolph, Floyd Smith, and John Stephan. Page sixty-five• I Alpha Chi SECOND SEMESTER ......... Ruby Marx ..... Mary Alice Hayes .........I-ois Richter ......... Mary Snider ..... Margaret Goebel ADVISER: Miss May Stewart OFFICERS FIRST SEMESTER Enid Ulrich .............. PRESIDENT ... Ethel Brchmer ......... VICE-PRESIDENT Sarah Bauer ............. SECRETARY ... Mary Snider ............. TREASURER ... Eunice Fuller............ HISTORIAN ... EMBLEM: Three Loaf Clover. COLORS: Green and White. PURPOSE: I o study rural conditions, and to promote the educational welfare of rural communities. WELCOME PARTY TO FRESHMEN: October 21. Cl IRI STM AS: Program and party; Caroling. United with Campus Forum to discuss Post War Plans. Participated in the Basketlnll Tournament. Back Nine: Helen Stochr. Sarah Bauer, I«orainc Uar-cn. Justirta Ann Feltcn, Eunice Fuller, Miss May I.. Stewart. I-oraine Stoehr. Second Note: Betty Ucinweber. Mary Snider, Ruby Marx. Edith Gorges. Bernice Thompson, Agnes Hass. I.ois Richter. Front Nine: Marjorie Kaiser. Enid Ulrich, Margaret Goebel, Ethel Brchmer. Dorothy Popkc, Doris Eandrey. Kathaleen Gafncy. Additional Members: Mrs. Arline Goerlitz. Mary Alice Haves. Marilyn Magnusscn, Alice Menne, Mrs. Shirley McKinnon, Mrs. Eorena Miller. Mrs. Elina Schultz. Page sixty-sixHack How: Mary Jane McDonald. Jerome McCormick. Helen Williams, Carl Uhbelohde. Jeanne Murray. Second Hole: Mrs. Behneke, Ann Korrer. Dorothy Hastings. Jean Carman. Beulah Townc. I ronl How: Bernadette Schmidley, Dorothy DurlK n, Bette Carroll. Katherine Dexter. QUIVER STAFF Editor......................................................................Jean Carman First Assistant Editor............................................. Mary Jane McDonald Second Assistant Editor.......................................................... Helen Williams Feature Writer ......................................................... Adeline Winkler Men's Societies................ Women’s Societies.............. Men’s Athletics................. Women's Athletics .............. OrRanizations and Activities: Advance ................ Dramatics .............. Forensics .............. (inventing Organizations Honor Societies......... Music .................. Religious Organizations . Quiver .................. Picture Identification Faculty Identification Art and Lay-out .... Typing................ Copy Reader........... EDITORIAL STAFF .....................Jerome McCormick, Carl Uhbelohde ......................... Ann Korrer, Marion Hankwitz ___William Thompson, Donald McDonald, James Marten ....................... Bernadette Schmidley. Jane Allen ............................... Katherine Dexter ................................... Bette Carroll ................................ Jeanne Murray ............................... Delores Hastings ................................... Bette Carroll ............................... Dorothy Hastings ............................... Delores Hastings ............................... Adeline Winkler PRODUCTION STAFF ........................ Dorothy Durbcn, Beulah Townc .................................... Wilma Strickland ....................................... Edith Odekirk ........................ Mary Jane Rohlee. Alice Sherrod ...................................... Beulah Hogan War effort is now the keynote of all enterprise. This year's Quiver is dedicated to our home state and the part we are playing in the great preparedness program. The college, as an important institution of the state, has adopted an all-out |K licy in the war effort. Many of its men arc now in service and the remaining few are in the army, navy, and marine reserves. The college itself has trained four successive Army-Navy Civilian Pilot Training groups, which have recently l ecn succeeded by the 96th College Training Detachment now being trained here. Lack of space due to a further cut in size of the Quiver, necessitates shortening write-ups of normal college activities. Preparedness is the dominant eharacteristic of life on the campus. The Quiver reflects our changing life in devoting a great deal of space to the military activities. ppreciation and thanks are extended to the adviser. Mrs. Ethel J. Behneke, for supervision of the Quiver, and to Dr. Hilda Taylor, who read and checked special features and write-ups oi societies and Dr. John Taylor, who read and checked write-ups of organizations and athletics; our thanks are also extended to President Forrest R. Polk and Mr. E. A. Clematis for their contributions and special help. QUIVER Pane sixly-'cvcnFreedom of Sport “We arc the living testament of a flowering race.'1 Here there is no suffering caused by men who hate and wish to dominate or destroy. Our bodies are free to serve ourselves in work or play. When we serve others, it is only because we wish to do so. Our physical powers are used in friendly contest. Today we are using them to protect the right to do so. Adeline Winki.f.r• Men’s Gymnasium Hath kmc: Donald Beyer, William Thompson. Robert Sitzberger. •'rout kmc: Betty Wislinsky. Bernadette Schtnidley. Kthcl Ziclke. Athletic Council The Athletic Committee is comjMxsed of six student meml ers elected by the student ImkIv and four faculty memliers ap|M)inted by President Polk. Student representatives this year were: Roliert Sit lx rger. William Thompson. Donald Peyer. Petty Wislinsky. Kthcl Zielke. and llernadettc Sclunidley. Faculty ap|X»intees were Mr. Kolf. Miss Harnett. Mr. Gruenhagen. and Mr. Geiger. This executive ImkIv conducts all school business connected with inter-collegiate and extra-curricular sjjorts. It also | Kisses u|m u awards in the form of official letters. stri|x s. and sweaters which are recommended by Coach Kolf. Such athletic awards, both major and minor, are granted to individuals participating in inter-collegiate f M tl all. basketball, tennis, and track contests. Regulations governing inter-collegiate relations are formulated by an all state conference which is coni|M scd of one representative from each of the teachers colleges. Mr. Clematis, chairman of the Oshkosh committee, is the Titan representative. Any disputes which arise in connection with a s|M rts contest are submitted to this ImkIv for final settlement. The Athletic Committee each year gives to graduating lettermen an “O” card which admits them thereafter as guests of the college to all athletic games. Page seventyINTRAMURALS Sports Intramurals have a very distinct value at O.S. T.C. A carefully planned program affords every man on the campus an opportunity to participate in his favorite sjx rt. society rivalry providing the competitive spark. IX T K R - S )C I FT Y It ASK KTItA LL Contestant Games Won Games I.ost ln le| cmlents ........ 5 o Iota Alpha Sigma....... 4 ................. - IVriclean ............. 3 3 Philakean.............. 2 4 Lyceum ................ o.................. 3 INTER- SC )C 11 -T Y SC) FT HALL lota Alpha Sigma — First place Independents — Second place IVriclean Third place Lyceum Fourth place Philakean — Fifth place INTKR-SOCIETY TRACK Independents First place Iota Alpha Sigma — Second place Lyceum — Third place OLYMPICS For the last three years, student memlxrs of the Athletic Committee have managed the Olympics. This season, however, the interest in the war effort far overshadowed the usual enthusiasm for these popular contests. The purjx se of the Olympic program is to give all students additional opportunities to take part in athletic games and to reap the undeniable l enefits which such activity can bring. Societies competing in these contests are: Alcthean. Alpha Chi. Delta Phi. Gamma Sigma. Kappa Gamma, and Lambda Chi in the women’s division; lota Alpha Sigma. Lyceum. IVriclean. and Philakean in the men’s division. Independent students. lx»th men and women, also participate in the events. Some of the sports which are featured in the widely varied Olympic schedule of activities are: ping-pong, badminton, dartball. howling, swimming. and golf. When the Quiver went to press, two rounds of Ixnvling competition had been completed. Kappa Gamma winning the first round and Phoenix the second in the girls’ division. Iota taking the first and IVriclean the second among the men. Football Captain, Floyd Diet20 Basketball Captain, James Nelson Cheerleaders. Audience Track Captain, Ivdnic Kiddie I ennis Captain, Fred Dowling Pcuje seventy-oneThe Titans F )OTBALL SCHEDULE Septeml er 16 Northern State at Mar |ucttc. Michigan. ()ctol er to—Platteville at Oshkosh. October 17—Whitewater at Whitewater. Octolier 24 Milwaukee at Oshkosh. October 31 Stevens Point at Stevens Point. The year was a memorable one. for Coach Kolf at last realized his ambition of having an (XS.T.C. stadium. Results far exceeded general expectations. The huge block of bleachers has a seating capacity of 12.000 and is fully equipp'd with showers, locker and storage rooms. Floyd Dietzo, fullback, and Ivor llennig. tackle, were named to the All Conference team, while freshman I lob I’atzke. halfback. Howard Anunson. guard, and Don Thompson, end. received honorable mention for their services. Dietzo also had the honor of being elected team captain. Distinguished for his punting ability and good all around play, he has completed three full years of lirst team competition. I le also holds one major letter in basketball and two in track. NORTHERN7 STATE The first game of the year, a non-conference encounter, was played at Marquette. Michigan. Squad members had gone through a strenuous week of offensive scrimmaging and in spite of the snow, rain, and sleet which hammered uj on them all afternoon, they made a g«x d showing. Titan defense gave evidence of particular strength. The Northmen scored twice, however, in the first six minutes, building up the 12-0 count which stood as the final tally. Since most of the players were first year men not used to competing under college game pressure. Coach Kolf substituted freely in order to discover the best combinations. Because the team was light this year, tactics hinged largely upon speed and deception. Jack Krohn. shifty quarterback from Oshkosh High, nailed more than his share of the day’s tackles. n the wa home, many of the squad lx gnn to feel the effects of colds contracted from the inclement weather. Except for two returning major lettermen. Floyd Dietzo and Bill Thompson, the '42 footltal! squad was made up almost entirely of first year gridders. Although the lack of reserves hampered the Titans’ chances to register in the win column, careful training and practice brought definite results; in every game opj onents had to reckon with the tightest of defenses. Hack Rote: Howard Anunson, William Thompson. James Marten, Carlton Xideit. Ivor llennig, Richard Naslund. Donald Beyer. Second AVne: Coach R. M. Kolf. Jack Krohn. Donald Thompson. Frank Chaluja. Robert Kaufman. James Manion, James Nelson, George Stoebcrl. manager. Trout Rate: Greg Martens. Robert Patzk . William Last. Klovd Dietzo, Stevan Pittlcr. Charles Ahrahamson. Frank Meyer. ■ Page seventy-two Fo otball PLATTI A ILLK After a two weeks’ layoff the Kolfmen were again in action, facing the defending champs, the Pioneers. The game was a historic one as far as Oshkosh was concerned, for it was the first encounter staged in the new stadium. Both spectators and team members found much to praise in the arrangement and equipment of this new addition to O.S.T.C. IMatteville 1 masted an array of eight lettermen and five all-conference players. The Titans were game hut lack of reserves caused a spirited battle to end in a 6-0 defeat, the only score having come in the first quarter after the kail had seesawed kack and forth for a considerable time. Bob Patzke made a l eautiful 78 yard run on a pass from Krohn. bringing the ball deep into Pioneer territory, but the threat was ended when Hein. IMatteville’s husky fullback, intercepted an Oshkosh pass. Titans were lauded for their skill in defense. WMITFAVATKK Xext. ()shkosh battled the Quaker eleven in their homecoming game. In spite of the fact that Whitewater started eight lettermen. the Titans turned in one of the best performances of the season. Oshkosh threatened the Quaker goal several times, halted numerous scoring attempts, and held the count to a 0-0 tie at the half. A long drive in the o| ening minutes of the second jieriod half, however, brought the co-champs of last year the only touchdown of the afternoon and a 7-0 victory. Six Oshkosh men played the full sixty minutes. Howard Anunson. left guard, a veteran of six man football from Winneconne. combined efforts with Carlton Xisleit to form a constant threat to the Quaker offensive drive. Ml I AYAl’KKK Thirty-five Milwaukee men thundered onto the field at their homecoming. Before a small crowd, the Titans battled overwhelming odds in size. ex|H rieiice. and reserve jiower. losing the game by a final score of 26-0. The entire team fought hard, and caused the Green Gulls more than a little difficult v with plays off single and double wing-back formation. Bill Thompson. Patzke. and Anunson played a particularly good game. Patzke got away for a long run in the second quarter and a series of jmasses brought the ball close to the goal before Milwaukee was able to intercept. Bill Uast played hard at center but had to Ik removed liecause of an injure. Jim Manion. strong halfback, was lost to the squad when he hurt a knee muscle. 1 icing forced to remain out of uniform for the rest of the season. STKVKXS POINT In the last contest of the season, the Titans again fought gamely, and throughout the first quarter held the homecoming-inspired Pointers scoreless. ()pponents scored two touchdowns in the second jieriod. one in the third, and one in the fourth. Many of the Oshkosh players were still feeling the effects of their strong stand against the heavy Milwaukee team the week lie fore and some received additional injuries. Dietzo. powerful Titan halfkick. was knocked out twice. Xisleit. Patzke. Don Thompson. Hennig. and Anunson put the jiower in the line, but the Pointers’ stqierior weight proved to Ik- the decisive factor. Both Coach and sjiectators who had followed the team throughout the season praised the spirit which the 1942 squad had displayed. Page seventy-threeBasketball Oshkosh 23 • SCHEDULE Decemlx-r 4 34 (Ashkosh 18 . December to Cortney-1 Mummers 34 (Ashkosh 30 • Decent Ikt 16 38 (Ashkosh 33 • January 4 Januarv 8 (Ashkosh 3 • 47 Oshkosh 30 • January 14 3f (Ashkosh 5 • January 23 5 Oshkosh 45 • January 2( Milwaukee ( i (Ashkosh 32 • February 5 IMatteville 55 (Ashkosh 45 • February 8 f 3 (Ashkosh 37 • February 11 Stevens Point .... 32 Oshkosh 32 . February 16 58 (Ashkosh 44 • February 23 50 The 1942-43 Itaskctball team Insisted only one returning lettennan. James "Tick" Nelson. Titan strength was weakened as the season progressed by the loss of players who found their places in the service. Before the final game. Nelson was unanimously elected honorary captain. Noted for his speed and scoring power in former years, he this season achieved league honors with a total of 113 |x ints and had the distinction of Iteing named the outstanding player in the Southern Division of the Wisconsin State Teachers Conference. Getting off to an early start. Titan cager answered the annual call for practice l eforc football equipment was packed away. First year men gained valuable e. | ericnce in the owning losses to l.'nmuth Drugs and Courtney-1 Mummers. At St. Norbert’s. however, the Gold and W hite defenders lx-gan to fall into their stride, offensive plays in particular showing greater strength. The Titans netted 13 field goals to their op|x nents' 12. but free throw losses brought a 38-30 defeat. In the next game, an encounter with the highly lauded Vikings, the score was a tie at the half, the Oshkosh quintet having Iteen in the lead on several occasions. They faded in the second period, however. the loss of Nelson on jx-rsonals having proved a decisive factor. Serious also was the loss of Jack Krohn. he having originally started the Page seventy-fourscoring for ( )shkosh with a difficult side shot and having played an all around good game. Top scoring honors went to the Titans’ brilliant center. Charles l.amb. whose eight shots netted a total of twelve |K ints. Rough spots were smoothed out considerably Ik fore the conference opener and it was a much improved squad that travelled over iev roads to meet the Pioneers. Roasting six letter winners, the Platteville team finished with a score of 47-31. •'Gsleit proved that he could ring buckets with the IK'st of them garnering a total of 12 markers for the Gold and White. Whitewater served as the second conference opponent. In the following encounter. Stevens Point wilted under Titan consistency, the final count standing at 58-51. “Tick" Xelson built up an imposing total of 22 points. At Milwaukee, the Green Gulls staged a first half that proved decisive, in spite of the fact that the fighting Titans out scored their opponents in a strong second period rally. Schultz. Ilennig. Thompson. Krohn. and Gandt donned (fshkosh colors for the last time In-fore entering military service. Gagers who made their debut in the return clash with Platteville were SitzlK-rger, Patzke. Meyer, and Dave Spear, brother of the = The Titans Titan all time l a$kctball hero. Ibid S|K-ar. In a second game with the strong St. XorlK-rt’s team. Xelson clicked to the tune of nine in. one out on free throws. At Stevens Point the Oshkosh team chalked up its second conference win. Once again Charles l,amh was high scorer, his shooting eye collecting an even dozen points. Breaking a comparative lull at the first of the game. Prank Meyer started the Titans toward victory with a good shot from under the basket. The Pointers made an effort to rally in the second pcri x!. but three heroic buckets by Walter Tcmpas averted tin-threat. Pinal tally gave Oshkosh 37. Stevens Point 32. The team dropped its second clash with Whitewater. The Titans did their best playing of the season in their final game, a hard fought battle with Milwaukee, from which the Gulls at last emerged as winners. The score was tied at four different times in the second period. Oshkosh gaining the lead on one occasion with a timely lwisket by Hartman, and on another with a spectacular long shot by Meyer. Xelson and I.amb led the scoring. In this game both Meyer and Sitzbergcr, graduating seniors, made their last appearance in inter-collegiate competition. Hack Kmc: Coach R. M. Kolf, Carlton Xislcit. Charles Uunb. Robert Sitzberger. David SjK-ar. George Stocbcrl. Manager. •'rout Kmc I'rank Meyer. James Xelson. Raymond Hartman. Page seventy-free  wm Track With the coming of spring, the Titan leather liingmcn took to the cinders. Coach Kolf looked forward to a successful season, there being five veterans on the team who had placed in the previous year's conference meet. They were: Dictzo in the weights. Kiddie in the javelin throw. Kngels in the broad jump, and Marten in the 440. With several promising yearlings to round out the squad, the team first hit the trail to Milwaukee for the third annual relays. Although the meet was dominated by a powerful aggregation from Northern Illinois Teachers at I e Kalb, the Titans showed up well. Something new in the way of track at Oshkosh was introduced when telegraphic meets were announced. The first with Northern State gave the Titans their earliest taste of victory when the Northland succuml ed to a 79-52 defeat. Sherl ert. Rohde, Kngels. Dictzo. and Staszak annexed honors with eight points each. In another telegraphic meet, one with Houghton Tech., the Oshkosh team lost by a score of 79-54. Manion. however. vaulted 1 T 6" registering his lx st effort up to that time. The Kolf men proved too much for I-a Crosse and Whitewater in a triangular meet held here on the Oshkosh High School field, the Titans hanging up their spikes with the king's share of points. I-a Crosse finished with 57 and White-water with 16. Staszak turned in two firsts—one in the 220. the other in the too yard dash—and Oshkosh won the relay. As a result, the final score f«»r the day gave the O.S.T.C. team top honors in a total of eight events. At last, came the state meet, and the Titans, listed as favorites for the championship crown, travelled to Whitewater to take part in this annual classic. I ut lady Luck, it seemed, stayed Itchind. for Oshkosh contestants lost points in events in which they had defeated both Whitewater ar.d I-a Crosse the week before. Milwaukee's Green Gulls led the final scoring with 55 points; la Crosse was second with 26: Oshkosh third with 21 l j. Whitewater and Plattcville trailed with totals of 1 l i and 15 respectively. Oshkosh was not without its first place honors, however, for Rd Kiddie heaved the javcling 175' 6"; Manion vaulted it' 9" In-fore breaking the jwle while attempting a leap of 12'; and Jim Marten won his specialty, the quarter mile. Thus was brought to a satisfactory close the athletic season of 1942. Hack Ron-: Edward danw. James Marten. Raymond Pfeiffer, Joint Novark. Edward Prcllwitz. Second Kou-: John I.em. Paul Keller. James Manion. William Thompson. Robert Shcrhcrt. Tirsl Rene: Frederick James, Raymond Staszak. Carl Engels, lulnie Kiddie, Floyd Dictzo. Leonard Rohde. I’aijc seventy-sixRoIxTt Stance. Paul Keller. Fred Dowling. Carlton Buerger, Robert Tank. Richard Drehus. Tennis Champions As in most years, initial encounter is with Ripon. Score: Ripon o. O.S.T.C. 7. Annual meet is staged at I-awrence. Squad loses to Vikings. Final score 3-4. I -aw re nee takes initial lead in singles. Titan final tie fades when Oshkosh doubles team meets defeat, thus giving opponents the day's honors. Four schools jgirticipate in tournament at Ivan Claire: Stout. I .a Crosse. Kau Claire, and O.S. T.C. Team gains title with 13 points: «S points for first and second places in singles. 5 for sets secured in doubles. This year's team members: Paul Keller. Robert lank. Fred Dowling. Richard Drehus. Robert Stange. Douglas Anderson, and Carlton Buerger.A thletic A wards ☆ ☆ F X)TBAI.L Major Aminson. Howard Thompson, William Xisleit. Carlton Hennig, Ivor Xaslund. Richard Meyer. Donald Krohn. lack Thompson. Donald Manion. James Patzke, Robert I-ast. William Dietzo. Floyd, Captain Meyer. Frank Stocberl. George. Manager BASKETBALL Major l imb. Charles Xelson. James Xisleit. Carlton Tempas. Walter I lartman. Raymond Meyer. Frank Krohn. Jack Stoeln-rl, George. Manager Minor S| ear. David Patzke. Rol»ert Thompson. Donald Sitzberger. Roln-rt Minor Rajsky. I larry Marten. James Chalu| a, Frank Kaufman. Roln-rt Xelson. James Martens. Greg Ahrahamson. Charles Awe, James Kelly, Eugene Pittler. Stevan ☆ ☆ TEX X IS Major Dowling. Fred Keller, Paul Tank, Robert Buerger, Carlton Minor Drelnts. Richard Anderson. Douglas Siange. Roln-rt TRACK Major Marten. James Engels, Carl Dietzo. Floyd Manion. James Staszak. Raymond Sherbert, Roln-rt Rohde. In-onard Xovack. John Thompson. William Pfeiffer. Raymond Kiddie. Ednic James. Frederick Adams. Edward Minor Prellwitz. Edward Keller. Paul yage seventy-eiyhIW.A.A. Girls Ping Pong W.A.A. Team Basket hall W. A. A. W.A.A. has for its purpose the promotion of athletic activities among the women of the college. With Miss Cecille Barnett as adviser, the association began the year by drawing up a new and expanded constitution. A new bulletin Iraard took its place Inside those «»f the other societies. In Xovemlier. Miss Marjorie King Itecame co-adviser to the group and was introduced to the meni-Ikts at a skating party held in her honor in St Mary’s Recreational Hall. Roller skating and Ixnvling proved to he the most jmpular activities at the various gatherings held throughout the year. In December, one such evening of l owling was climaxed by a delicious lunch served in Miss Barnett’s apartment. Plans were laid early in the season for the Women’s Basketball Tournament, sponsored annually by W.A.A. In addition to its captain. Carol Mc.Monagle. the association's own team consisted of Jeanne Strupp. Jane Allen. Joyce I’range. Delores Pittler. Arlene Black. Gertrude Tracv. and Pauline Schuster. Meinlx-rs of the organization devoted one evening to rolling bandages for the Red Cross. Finally, on Recognition Day. letters were awarded for participation in the various sports which has lx en offered in the year's program. Of ft cers FIRST SEMESTER SFC ND SEMESTER President ................ Bernadette Schmidley Vice-President.................Marion Stockfish Secretary..................Marguerite Hirschinger Treasurer......................... Nancy Frasher Historian..........................Bette Marsh President.............................Jane Allen Vice-President..................Carol McMonagle Secretary...........................Joyce Prange ‘Treasurer......................... Nancy Frasher Historian........................Marv Jane Roblee Page tet'entyaune  Basketball SOCIETY STORE Kappa (iainma ••• 33 W.A.A .... 8 Gamma Sigma ... 32 Delta Phi .... Phoenix .... 32 W.A.A Inde|K ndents . .... 30 Phoenix .... 32 (lamina Sigma .... 2 lnde|H‘ndents . Kappa (Iainma .... 13 (lamina Sigma 26 Alethean .... .... . 1 Independents . 21 Inde] endents . 20 Gamma Sigma .... 27 SOCIETY STORE Alpha Chi .... ... 25 Alethean ... 19 I aml da Chi ... ... 2 Inde|x ndent .. ... 15 Kappa (lamina ... 4 Alpha Clii l.aml»da Chi ... ... 12 Delta Phi It Alethean W.A.A Delta Phi Phoenix Kappa lamina ... II Alethean ... 13 Phoenix Independents .. . .. INDEPENDENT TEAM Jane Goettman ....................... forward Doris Kramer......................... forward Prudence MacDonald................... forward Patricia Mortell ...................... guard Marilyn Dallmau........................ guard June Coughlin.......................... guard Jane Jones............................. guard LAM I IDA CHI TEAM Left to right: Elaine tiraf. forward, Nancy Frasher, forward. l.nis Vevle. guard. Jeanne Strupp. guard. I.oraine Stoehr. guard. Additional Members: Dorothy Dur! en. forward. Sheilla Tamm. guard. A LETHEAN TEAM Left to right: Inga Anderson, forward. Elizabeth Maker, guard. Elizabeth Kolf. guard. Jeanne Murray, forward. Jane Sullivan, guard. Additional Members: Eleanor Ann Hennig. forward. Hetty Pierce, forward. KAPPA CAMMA TEAM Back Rote: Alpha Hytell. forward. Monica Strupp. guard. Kuth I’riewe. guard. Patricia Costello, guard. I: rout Rme: Hetty Wislinsky. guard. Ethel Meyer, forward. .Idditional Members: Patricia Sparr. forward. Marjorie Michels, forward. Page eightyALPHA CHI TEAM Hack Kmc: I.ois Richter, guard. Ethel Breluner, guard. I-oraine I .arson. forward. Hetty lx-in-welier. forward. Mary Alice Hayes, guard. Edith (Jorges, guard. Front Kmc: Doris Faudrey. guard. Marjorie Kaiser, guard. Agnes Hass, forward. Eunice Fuller, forward. DELTA PHI TEAM Hack Kmc: Beverley Olson, guard. Marion Ilank-witz. forward. laris Smith, forward. Phyllis Porter, guard. Myra Zielke. forward. Front Kmc: Ethel Zielke. forward. Joy Etheridge, guard. .7(itiihomi! Members: Edith Odekirk. forward. Marjorie Oosterhous. forward. PHOENIX TEAM Left to right: Marvalvce Hornby, forward, l'lor-encc Steinkellner, forward. Barbara Brand, forward. Mary Ann Math wig. guard. Dorothy Kollar. forward. Naomi Koch, guard. Ruth Savinske, guard. .'tilditimial Member: Drucilla Eckelaert. guard. GAMMA SIGMA TEAM Doris Keeshan ........................ forward Darlene Phillips.................... forward Mary Lou Kottmaun..................... forward Carolyn Knop............................ guard Adeline Winkler......................... guard Hazel Bedford .......................... guard Rosella Fosterling...................... guard GIRL'S BASKETBALL For the third consecutive year. lamina Sigma battled its way through the Women’s Basketball Tournament and emerged victorious. As a result, the society obtained permanent | ossession of the trophy given by the Women’s Athletic Association. sponsor of the annual event. Second place was won by the Inde|»endcnts. with Alethean and Phoenix tying for third. High honors in scoring went to Doris Keeshan of Gamma Sigma, and Jane Goettman. Indc|iendent. All games were played in the gymnasium of the Training School. Minnie Fisher acted as referee throughout the tournament, lieing assisted in the close final games by the Titans’ valuable guard. Walter Tempas. rane cit hty.oncFreedom of Enterprise “We are the living dream of dead men. We are the living spirit of free men.” Here there are no despots to make us associate only with those whom they dictate, or work only for the good of the powerful few. In America every man with determination can struggle toward high goals and achieve them through his own efforts. Adklixe Winkler V Training School First Semester Barracks, 96th C. T. I). Second Semester Student Council Eugene Kelly. Ralph Houfek. Robert Voight, Jerome McCormick. Arthur Davy. William Thompson. Additional Members: Robert Sitz- liergcr. Robert Kaufman, Thurman Fox, David S| ar. Drucilla Kckelaert. June Schloerb. Ruby Marx. PURPOSE: To promote activities which lienolit tile student Ixxly anti advance the interests of the school. ACTIVITIES: Under the present war conditions activities were greatly limited anti curtailed. ADVISERS: Dr. Florence Case. Dean of Women; Miss Harriet Iaickwood. OFFICERS PRESIDENT.................................................Jerome McCormick SECRETARY................................................ Robert Sitzberger SOCIAL CHAIRMEN.....................Barbara Brand. Ethel Zielkc. Arthur Davy ☆ ☆ ☆ PURPOSE: To improve society life in the college. To unify the interests of the society and non-society men and women. To set the pledge dates anti regulate rustlings. ADVISER: Dr. Florence Case, Dean of Women. FIRST SEMESTER OFFICERS SECOND SEMESTER Robert Crowley ............. PRESIDENT Gwendolyn Marten Mac Patterson............. VICE-PRESIDENT.............. William Fisher Jerome McCormick ........... SECRETARY Marjorie Smith Inter-Society Council Jerome McCormick. Gwendolyn Marten, William Thompson. Robert Crowley, Myrtle Miller. Frances McCoy, Mac Patterson. Marion Stockfish. Marjorie Liner. Ethel Meyer. Additional M embers: I 'rank Chalnpa. Donald Beyer. William Fisher, Bcttyann Worthcn. Marjorie Smith, Elaine Crockett. Betty Yasgcr. Gloria Krip| enc. Betty Maier, James O’Brien. Donald McDonald, Fred Dowling and John Reddy. Page eighty-fourMen's Organization W illiam Thompson. Jerome McCormick. Thurman Fox. RoIhtI Crowley, Robert Voight 1 1 R I'(»SI•': To promote a democratic social life among the men of the college. OFFICKRS PRESIDENT..................................... Herbert Muetzel VICE-PRESIDENT ............................... William Thompson SECRETARY-TREASURER .................................... Hilary Fanner MEMBERSHIP: All men enrolled in O.S.T.C. EXECCTIV E COMMITTEE: W illiam Thompson. Hilary Farmer. Jerome McCormick. Arthur Davy. I'rank Chalupa. James O'Brien. Robert Sitzberger. Donald Beyer. Merlin Gerrctson. Thurman I'Ox. John Lingenfelter. I'’red Dowling. Robert Crowley. Wayne Rojxtr. ACTIVITIES: Because of the war many of the usual social and athletic events sponsored by the organization were omitted. ☆ ☆ ☆ I’l RPOSE: To promote a democratic social life among the women of the college. MEMBERSHIP: All women enrolled in O.S.’I’.C. OFFICERS PRESIDENT..................................................... Mae Scbroeder VICE-PRESIDENT .................................. Anastasia Walsh SECRETARY-TREASURER ............................. Gwendolyn Marten I.XE(T I'I ' 1 COMM TlTEE: Donna Grundy. Jean I’n .icker. Ann Kelsey. Anastasia Walsh. Gwendolyn Marten. Doris Keeshan. Mae Scbroeder. Jane Elierle. C I I ITIES: Women’s Party September; All Women's Christmas Dinner December to; All Women's Tea—February it. Women’s Organization Hack Rote: Anastasia Walsh, Ann Kelsey, l:ront Rote: Mae Scbroeder. Bernadette Sclimidley. Jane Ebcrlc. Donna Grundy, Gwendolyn Marten. Page eighty-fivePhi Beta Sigma Left to ri'jht: Dorothy Hastings. Myrtle Miller. Harriet Larsen. I-anore Xetzer. Ann Kelsey. .Additional Members: Lucille Smith. Natalie Maas. ()RGAXIZAT!OX : Gamma Chapter, granted a charter in February 1925. PURPOSE: To give recognition for superior scholarship. OL’AI.IF1CATIOXS: I ligli scholarship throughout college career; election by faculty. Phi I’.eta Sigma is the only organization on the campus which gives recognition to graduating seniors solely for outstanding achievements in scholarship. Xot more than the highest fifteen l er cent of the seniors graduating from four year courses may Ik- elected to this fraternity. Incoming members are initiated in the latter part of the semester. OFFICERS PRESIDENT ............. Dr. Burton Kargcs VICE-PRESIDENT ............. Dr. Clyde Ervin SECRETARY-TREAS..... Mrs. Bertha C. Mcrkcr OFFICERS PRESIDENT ....................... Lois Kcup ACTING PRESIDENT............ Katherine Dexter SECRETARY ............................... Ann Kelsey TREASURER ................ Mrs. Bertha Merker HISTORIAN .................. Mary laielmertz ADVISER................. Dr. Raymond Ramsden ORGANIZATION: Beta Theta Cliapter. established in Oshkosh 1929. PURPOSE: To stress high standards of professional and scholastic work; to recognize noteworthy service in field of education. CTI YTTIES: Initiation Banquet. Hotel Athearn. Lecture. “'Hie Schools and the War Effort" Mr. C. C. Bishop. Superintendent of Schools. Oshkosh. Because of the postponement of the National Convention, no representative was chosen as in previous years. Hack Kmc: Ruth Savinskc, Jean Unzickcr. Natalie Maas. Harriet Larsen. Lois Kcup. l:rout Kmc: Ann Kelsey, Mary Loehnertz, Katherine Dexter, Mrs. Mcrkcr. Myrtle Miller. .Idditional Members: Dr. Bcetikcn, Mr. Nelson. Dr. Ramsden, Carolyn Christenson. Cecilia Dolan, Minnie Fischer, 1-anorc Xetzer. Elizabeth Tillcson. Kappa Delta Pi Kaye ciyhly-sixMarquette OFFICERS FIRST SEMESTER PRESIDENT..... VICE-PRESIDENT SECRETARY .... TREASURER .... HISTORIAN ... .... Mary Randcrson ..... Ignore Nctzcr Bernadette Schmidley .... Rosemary I )aley .....Nancy Frashcr SECOND SEMESTER PRESIDENT...........I.«mis Kinziger VICE-PRESIDENT....... Mary O’Keefe SECRETARY................Sally O’Connor TREASURER.................Rosemary Daley HISTORIAN .................. Mary Kircher DVISERS: Dr. May Beenken, Father Anthony Baicr Rock Row: Mary Agnes Haworth. Eanore Nctzcr. Marcella Hoeffs, Jerome McCormick. Donald Beyer, Robert Kaufman. Margaret Schultz. Jeanne Murray. ( Frances McCoy. Third Rots:: Dorothy Durhen. Helen Stochr. Jeanne Baker. Ann Korrer. Margaret (ioeln-l. Mary Hayes. Marcella Herbst, Eli aU-th Baker, Ia rrainc Stoehr. Anastasia Walsh. Second Rots': Justina Ann Felten. Rita Samz, Bernadette Schmidley, Charlotte Angle. Monica Stnipp, Sally O’Connor, Maryalyce Hornby, Dr. Beenken, Ethel Meyer. I-rout Rote: Mary Kay O'Keefe. Rosemary Daley. Marjorie Michels. Leone Witkowski. Cecilia Dolan. Vera Fink. Betty Wislinskv. Jane Sullivan. Jeanne Strupp, Mary Randerson. Florence Steinkellner. The | urj)ose of Marquette Society is to afford Catholic students an opportunity both to l ecoine better acquainted and to discuss problems pertaining to their faith. Meetings are held every two weeks; dances and social affairs are scheduled for members and their friends. On the first Sunday of every month, the group attends a communion breakfast. OFFICERS FIRST SEMESTER PRESIDENT................Mary Jane Roblec VICE-PRESIDENT ............ Steven Rcep SECRETARY...........................David Spear TREASURER ....................Jean Carman HISTORIAN ................ Helen Williams MEMBERSHIP CHAIRMEN ...... Carl Ubbclohdc Prudence Thompson Wesley Foundation, an organization of Methodist students, was formed in October. 1940. as a college club. Its program originally included both devotional meetings and social events. This year, however, the group merged with a new and larger organization called the ilnsscnites, the membership of which includes all Protestant students on the campus. SECOND SEMESTER PRESIDENT ................. David Spear VICE-PRESIDENT ........ Helen Williams SECRETARY .......... Prudence Thompson TREASURER........................Steven Rcep HISTORIAN........................ Betty Booth MEMBERSHIP CHAIRMEN .... Carl Ubbclohdc Carol Skowhmd Rack Rote: Robert Hcidcman, Steven Rcep. Jean Carman, Dona Nicholas, Inez Wcrth. Clyde Buschkopf, David SjK-ar. I i Smith. I.ncile Smith. Second Rote Mice Sherrod. Jean Zander. Sheilla Tamm. I.ois Chandler, Prudence Thompson. Helen Williams, Carol Skowlund. Carl Ubbclohdc, Mary Jane Roblec. Trout Rote: Marion Wilson. Betty Finch. Marion Hankwitz, Alpha Bvtell. Ethel De Young. Betty Booth, June Koch, Bette Marsh, Ramona Morrow. Page eighty-sawnAdvance THE STAFF FACULTY ADVISER................ Warner J. Geiger CONSULTING EDITOR ............. Katherine Dexter PRODUCTION MANAGER ...................... Ronald Jensen STAFF: Margaret Goebel. Mary Lochncru, Beulah Hogan, Mary Wolf, Mary Agnes Haworth. Marjorie Michels. Joyce Prange. Marcella Hoeffs. Jean Zander. Ann Korrer. Carl UMieloltde, Evelyn Streckenlnch. Edith Odekirk. Jerome McCormick. Merrilla Fiedler. Alice Slierrod. Mina I.ea Sinske. and Betty Prausa. For the first time in its quarter century of publication. the Advance this year appeared in mimeographed form, operated as a lalniratory project. This journalistic venture into "learning by doing" was made necessary by prohibitive printing costs. Advance policy altered with format, each issue being the responsibility of different acting editors who strove in their separate ways to further the general policy of giving an accurate, complete, and interesting account of school happenings. The project was su|K rvised by Warner J. (ieiger as faculty adviser. Katherine Dexter as student consulting editor, and Ronald Jensen as production manager. Editorials stressed greater partici| ation in student activities, more resjxrct for the right.- of others, and similar matters connected with school life. Avoiding always any political questions, the dvance placed emphasis upon education as an organ for democracy. The Advance staff was thinned periodically by the entrance of mcml)ers into military service. The columns “Johnny Presents" and “OSTC Profile" left our pages when John Harvey. Malcolm (»il-iigan. and Virginia Terlindcn joined the ranks. "Shower Room Steam" was turned off for the duration when the navy took Hill Thompson. Hi-going left us without an organized sjxuls column In-cause Sherm “On the Hall" Garlier was also in the navy. Features became rarer when I-ore:i L’ffenlieck left to join the army. However, contributions from these absentees and others were printed whenever received, and all service news was faithfully relayed to readers. The training received by the acting editors lias given invaluable experience to students who some day will Ik- responsible for publications in their own school communities. It has been, therefore, the accomplished aim of this year's project to enable prospective teachers to say with confidence that they can edit a school pajier and to present the Advance certificate as proof of their statement. Rock Kmc: Jerome McCormick. Ronald Jensen. Marcella Hoeffs. Carl CbMohde. Mary Agnes Haworth. Second Rote: Ann Korrer. Bernadette Schmidley. Joyce Prange. Virginia Terlindcn. Betty Prausa. Rront Rote: Lorin Uffcnbeck, Mary I-ochncrtz, Jean Zander, Katherine Dexter. Mr. Geiger.Ks Little Theatre KAPPA GAMMA PLAY CONTEST For the second consecutive year Delta Phi won the Kappa Gamma contest. 'Phis car’s presentation was an original play bv Lois Pockat. a Delta Phi member, entitled “I'utile Victory." The cast of the play included Mary Morgan. Lois Pockat. and Ethel Xielke; several ineml)ers of the society directed. Phoenix placed second with its dramatization of "Letters." “As the Tumbrils Pass” was the con-tihutiou of the Alethean society, and for its presentation the group received third place. Mrs. Lee Miller. Miss Katherine Joslyn. and Mrs. J. T. Taylor served as judges. The cast for the annual school play was chosen and rehearsals 1 egun under the direction of Miss Evans, this year’s selection l eing "The hiving Gerardos" by Kenyon Nicholson and Charles K. Robinson. However, localise of the fact that a numl)er of the players entered military service, and ltecause the Little Theatre Itccame a part of the military reservation, it was finally necessary that the production Ik cancelled. Page eighty-nine Campus Forum Hack Kmc: Robert Voight, Jeanne Murray, John Alien. F‘atrice McGowan, Mr. Janies. Second Rote: Delores Hastings. Elizabeth Baker, Beulah Hogan. David Sj ear. Dorothy Hastings, Steven keep. Front Rote: Betty Yasger. Mina l.ea Sinske. Eugene Kelly. Beverley Olson. Dorothy Arnold. Additional Members: Robert Kaufman. Carl Ubbclohde. James Pearson. Kenneth Pattow. OFFICERS OFFICERS PRESIDENT ................. Robert Voight VICE-PRESIDENT ............Janies Pearson SECRETARY .............. Dorothy Hastings ADVISER: Mr. N. S. James PRESIDENT..............William Thompson SECRETARY ............Katherine Dexter TREASURER ............... David Spear ADVISER: Dr. R. A. Norcm PURPOSE: To provide students with practice and training in speech: to acquaint students with the various forms of discussion: to promote study of significant public, problems; to provide programs consisting of student-led discussions. Delegate to International Relations Clubs’ Conference—-Beverley ()lson. DISCUSSION TOPICS: The Problem of Inflation; China in This War; Public Opinion and the War; Education in the Post-war World. Delegate to Mid-West International Relations Clubs' Conference held at Mac.Murray College. Jacksonville. Illinois—John Allen. DISCUSSION SUBJECTS: India; Air Power and Victory; Our (iood Neighbor Policy; Projxisals for a Permanent Peace. CLUB LIBRARY: Books received from Carnegie Endowment for International Peace. International Relations Rack Roto: Ronald Jensen, John Allen, Dr. R. A. Norcm. David Lem, Lorin Uffenbcck, Robert Kaufman. David Spear. Second Rote: Mary Kay O’Keefe, Shcilla Tamm, Ignore Nctzcr. Mary Agnes Haworth. Phyllis Ruckert, Betty Jean Fink. Gwendolyn Marten. Jeanne Strupp. Front Rote: Adeline Winkler. Jane Allen, Betty Yasger, Joyce Prange. Dorothy Durhen. Margaret Bradford. Betty Booth, Katherine Dexter. Additional Members: Mina Lea Sinske. William Thompson. Gary Fritz, Thorwald Esbcnscn. Beulah Hogan. Patjc ninetyForensics Hack Rote: Robert Heideman, Elizabeth Baker. Dorothy Hastings. Mr. James, Jeanne Murray. Robert Kaufman. Front Rote: Mina l.ea Sinskc, Delores Hastings. Beverley Olson. QUESTION: Resolved: The United Nations should establish a jK-nnanent federal union. MEMBERS OF SQUAD: Rolxrrt Voight Dorothy Hastings Robert Kaufman Beverley Olson Mina Lea Sinskc Delores Hastings Jeanne Murray Beulah Hogan La Von Pagcl WHITEWATER TC)UI XAMEXT: On February twelfth and thirteenth, four teams of Oshkosh State Teachers College engaged in twenty debates at Whitewater. Wisconsin. Forensic groups from eleven Wisconsin colleges, six Illinois colleges, and one Michigan college met in the Whitewater tournament. PI KAPPA DELTA: National honorary forensics society. MEMBERS OF LOCAL CHAPTER: Robert N'oight. lames Pearson. Beverley Olson. Page ninety-oneHack How: John Allen. Mary Agnes Haworth. K. Hilary Farmer. Robert Heideman, Ronald Jensen, John Stephan. Inez Verth, Robert Kaufman. Klixabcth Baker, Sam Wartinbcc, Kthel Brehmer. Kenneth Clausscn. Third Rote: Alice Carpenter. Ma Patterson. Doris Keeshan. Joan Krueger. Vivian Flood. Phyllis Rurkcrt, Janice Furman. Sally O'Connor. Carl Cbbelohde. Betty Finch. Eunice Roescr. Second How: Dona Nicholas. Marion Wilson. Rosa mac Wright. Charlotte Angle. Betty Booth. Helen Williams. Belle Spencer, Sheilla Tamm. Ruth Pricwe. Lois Richter. I:irsl Hoic: Bette Marsh. Bernice Miller. Mary Kay O'Keefe. Adeline Winkler. Kthel Zielke. Ruth Strong. Myra Zielke. rlenc Black, Kthel DeYoung. Jeanette Shafer. Leone Witkowski Additional Members: Lucille Smith, Carolyn Knop. Mary Lou Rottmann. Marion Stockfish, Thorwald Esbensen. For a numlx-r of years the college choir has l ecn well known throughout the state for its concerts. This season, however, because of trans| ortatinn difficulties, the usual schedule of appearances was necessarily cnrtaile l. As a wartime measure, the choir was divided into several smaller groups which sang concerts in nearby schools. In Dccetnlx-r. the entire organization aided the Community Chorus in its annual presentation of Handel's Messiah. For the Century Club and college assembly, the choir also gave a Christmas pageant which was written by the class in School Festivals, under the direction of Mr. I’reese. After a successful year, the organization concluded its activities with a concert at Sunnvview. Choir Page ninety-twoBand Page ninety-three “T" for Titans “M” for Milwaukee Marching formation Playing "THE STAR SPANGLED BANNER Although the IjqikI was limited in size this year, its sections were well balanced and its thirty-four incmliers completed a successful season under the ca| able direction of Mr. Mreese. The organization sup|X rted the footlxall and hasketlKill teams in all home games, arousing college spirit with martial music. The group appeared Ik fore two school assemblies and on February 9 played a concert at the County I lospital. OFFICERS PRESIDENT......................................Jean Zander VICE-PRESIDENT .......................... Virginia Tcrlinden SECRETARY................................. Rosemary Daley TREASURER ......................................... Beverley Olson MANAGER ................................... Dorothy Hastings LIBRARIANS ..................... I-ois Pockat. Joy Etheridge REPORTER .................................. Marcella HoefTs Clarinets Cornets Horns Dorothy Hastings Joy Etheridge Marcella Hocffs Ramona Morrow David Spear Sam Wartinbec Rosemary Daley Virginia Tcrlinden Elizabeth Gahlman I is Pockat Clyde Buschkopf Betty Prausa Charlotte Angle Arlene Black Myrtle Dushenski Lewis Beer Haritones John Allen Delores Hastings I .a Von Paget Trombones Carl Ubbelolidc Catherine Wegner Richard Tcgatz Frank Bartz Oboe Saxophones Lucille McRobert Jean Zander Bette Marsh Maryalycc llornhy Piute Percussion Beverley Olson Robert Gerth Robert Jansen I Jarlenc Phillips Betty FinchPrice of Free do And if our lines should form, then break Because of things you failed to make The extra tank, or ship, or plane For which we waited all in vain And the supplies which never came Will you then come and take the blame? For we, not you, will pay the cost Of battles you, not we, have lost. A L S. Marine Sergeant Robert G. Neumann Lieutenant Burton K. Karges Lieutenant Ernest O. Thedinga Army, Navy and Marine Reserves Civilian Pilot Training Flight Instructors☆ ☆ ☆ In U. S. Service The following li t contains the names of former students who arc in various branches of the armed forces of our nation. Undoubtedly, it is incomplete, in spite of every effort to avoid omissions. O.S.T.C. is represented in every part of the world where Americans are serving. We wish to pay special honor to those killed or missing in action. Ja.mks W. Bushkk......................... Secoivl Lieutenant. rmy Air Corps Son of Mr. and Mrs. It. C. Btishcc, 110 Polk Street. N. Pond dn l.ac. Wisconsin Wii.i.iam J. McGowan .....................Second Lieutenant, Army Air Corps Son of Mr. and Mrs. W. . McGowan. now living at Alhambra. California Ciiari.es Ceroxsky ............................... Captain. Army Air Corps Son of Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Ceronsky. 2.Y) Clennont Street. Amigo. Wisconsin Gerald R. Cask............................ Second Lieutenant. Army Air Corps Son of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Case, R. .t. Oshkosh. Wisconsin Bruce Petri........................................................... Navy Son of Mrs. Petri, II Howard Street. Fond du Lac. Wisconsin John Henry Werner.......................... First Lieutenant, Army Air Corps Son of Dr. anti Mrs. II. C. Werner, 19 Woods. Fond du Lac, Wisconsin Duane Nelson .............................Second Lieutenant, rmy Air Corps Mrs. Duane Nelson, Chicago. Illinois Son of Mr. and Mrs. Tim Nelson, now living in Arizona Melvin Keith Davis..............................Lieutenant. Army Air Corps Mrs. Melvin Keith Davis. Milwaukee. Wisconsin Son of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd A. Davis. 72 Grand Avenue, Oshkosh. Wisconsin Merton J. Wklton .............................. Lieutenant. Army Air Corps Son oi Mr. and Mrs. Merton K. Wclton. 554 Main Street, Oshkosh. Wisconsin The Quiver went to press . Ipril eo. lyijt. ☆ ☆ ☆ Page ninety-sixNAME RANK Ackermann. Walter Oiarlcs................ Private. Ackermann. William ..................... Sergeant. Allan. Bernard........................... Private. Allen. David K...........................Officer's Candidate. Allen. Furman......................... Lieutenant. Allen, Ralph ............................ Private. Allen. William M.................. 1st Lieutenant. Allhiscr. Roy .................................... Aim. William............................. Private, Anderson. Kenneth........................ Private. Anger, Edgar R........................ Private 1C. Anger. Enid................................... Anger, Thomas 1$.................... Petty Officer Angle, Donovan ......................... Corporal, Arndt, Oscar. Jr............................... 2C Carpenter. Arvev. Joseph ........................... Private. Awe. David ................................... AS. Awe, James ............................... Private SERVICE HOME ADDRESS ..Army................... 112 Union St.. Oshkosh ..Army.................. 175 Gillctt. Fond du Lac ..Army.................. 542 E. Main St.. Waupun ..Army ....................47 Ml. Vernon. Oshkosh ..Army ................................Allcnvillc ..Army.................... 121 Otter St.. Oshkosh —Army Engineers.........90 Central Avc., Oshkosh ..Army ...................................Shawano ..Army..................... 569 Algoma, Oshkosh ...Army Air Corps..............721 Forest. Antigo ...Army ................... 412 12th St.. Oshkosh ..WAACS .................. 21 Hazel St.. Oshkosh ..Navy.....................21 Hazel St.. Oshkosh ...Army Signal Corps........ R. 4 Box 211. Oshkosh ..Coast Guard.................21 Oak St.. Oshkosh ..Army Air Corps................... New Franken ...Navy ................... 120 Franklin. Oshkosh ...Army.................. 120 Franklin St., Oshkosh Bahr, Raymond F. .. Baird, Eugene....... Baker, Robert ...... Ball, Howard ....... Balthazor. Albert ... Barker, Harold...... Barlow, Gillicrt.... Barnes. Robert W. .. Barrett. Bryce...... Bartels. Warren----- Bartcit. Calvin .... Batterman, Kenneth . Battcrman, Marlon .. Bauer, Arthur ...... Beard, Hayward .... Bebow, Harry........ Beck. Frank V....... Beck. Peter A. ...... Becker, Gordon F. .. Becker, Robert D. ... Becker. William Behnke, Charles. Dr. Behnke, George .... Bclonger, Robert Below, Donald Oscar Bergman, Henry B. . Bergstrom. Kenneth . Berndt, George...... Bcrndt, Robert...... Beyer. Donald....... Beyer, William...... Bicber, Harold...... Bird sail. Edsel II. ... Bloch. Robert W. ... Bloch, William H. .. Bohiman, Howard .. Bohlman, Norman .., Borchardt. Robert J. Borsach, Ted........ Brady, John F....... Brahe, Tom ......... Brand. Robert....... Brazeau. Francis .. . Breese. Stanton..... Briggs. Rodney...... Brigham. Robert ... Breit. Ralph A...... Brennckc, Howard .. Breu. Arthur-----... Brockman. Earl .... Bronson. I foward ... Brown, Norman------- Brownlee, LcRoy ... Brusius. Roderick .. Bubolz. Danford .... Buckley. William E. Buerger. Carlton ... Buhr. Anthony...... Bunker. Donald...... Bunten. James 0. ... Burger. Floyd....... Burr. Guy .......... Burger. John........ Buschkopf, Clyde D. ... Private 1C.. .....Sergeant.. .....Corpora!.. .... Lieutenant.. ...... Private.. 2nd Lieutenant.. .....Sergeant.. .....Sergeant.. ........Cadet.. ......Captain.. ............. Lieutenant, ................ Ensign. ............. Lieutenant. ............ Private 1C. ..................Cadet. ............. Lieutenant ................ Private. .................Cadet, .................Private. ............ Private 1C. ......... 1st Lieutenant ........ 1st Lieutenant ................ Private ................ Private .................Captain, ................ Private, ................ Private. ............ Private 1C, ................ Private. ............. Lieutenant. ................ Private, ................ Private ...................Cadet ......... 1st Lieutenant ............ Private 1C ................ Private ...................Cadet .......Private ---- Lieutenant ... Midshipman Flight Sergeant .....Officer's Training. ............ Private 1C. ...............Corjioral. ................ Private. ................ Private. ................. Cadet. ..........2nd Lieutenant. ............... Sergeant. ........Staff Sergeant. Hospital Apprentice 2C. ................ Private. ................ Private. ................. Ensign. ................ Private. ................ Private. .............. Cadet. ............. Fireman 1C. ................ Private. ................. Cadet. ................ Private. Army .................................. Berlin Army ............................... Fox Lake Army Air Corps................... R. 4 Oshkosh Army Air Corps.......... IU4 Lincoln. Tomahawk Army.................214 McKinley. Fond du Lac Army Air Corps_____614 W. Green Bay. Shawano Army Ordnance .............. 412 12th. Oshkosh Army...................... 220 10th St., Oshkosh Air Corps .......................... R. 2, Owen Army .................. 1615 Nebraska. Oshkosh Army ............................Campbcllsport Army Air Corps............ 187 Cherry, Oshkosh Navy...................... 187 Cherry, Oshkosh Army ................... 104 McKinley, Oshkosh Army .................... UK) Monroe, Oshkosh Army Air Corps................R. 2, Fond du Lac Army Air Corps.......................Eau Claire Army.....................51 Hazel St., Oshkosh Army Air Corps........221 Amory, Fond du I-ac Army..................20 Doty St.. Fond du Lac Army.........................161 Grove. Oshkosh Army Medical............. 122 Oakland, Oshkosh Army Medical Reserve .... 122 Oakland, Oshkosh Army..................... 967 N. Main. Oshkosh Army................... .164 Bowen St.. Oshkosh Army..................... 70 9th St.. Clintonvillc Army................ 705 Jackson Drive, Oshkosh Army.....................21 9th St.. Clintonvillc Marine Signal Corps. 628 17th St.. Oshkosh Army Air Corps.................... Fond du I-ac Army Air Corps........ 194 3rd St.. Food du Lac Army......................................Omro Army ..................... 1412 7th St.. Oshkosh .Army Air Corps .............. 417 9th. Ncenah .Marines.........................417 9th. Ncenah .Military Police .................. Birnaimvood .Army Medical Corps................ Birnaimvood .Army Air Corps......... 2029 S. 32nd, Milwaukee .Coast Guard........ 150 S. Hickory, Fond du Lac .Army.............7.X S. Park Avc., Fond du Lac .Army Air Corps .... 92 Wisconsin Avc., Oshkosh Navy...............................20 Franklin, Oshkosh .Army Air Corps.......................Coleman .Army Air Corps.......... 199 Evans St.. Oshkosh .Army ........................... R. 3. Madison .Army................ 239 E. 2nd St.. Fond du Lac .Army ..................481 Bowen St.. Oshkosh ■ Army ............ 147; . Waugoo St.. Oshkosh .Army................... 481 Bowen St., Oshkosh .Army Air Corps.......................Seymour .Army Medical Corps......... North Fond du Lac Army.......................................Omro .Army..........................WO 23rd. Oshkosh Navy............... 1349 Plummer Avc., Oshkosh Army ................................ Hollister rmy ........................... R. 2. Pulaski Navy Air Corps.......... 185)4 9th. Fond du Lac Army.....................................Afar ion Army ........................... R. 1, Oshkosh Navy Air Corps...............516 6th St.. Antigo Navy......................... North Fond du Lac Army ..................82 Ashland Avc., Oshkosh .Air Corps.............. 233 Gillctt, Fond du Lac Army............. 107 W. Oak Grove St.. Juneau Page nintey-sevenNAME RANK SERVICE HOME ADDRESS Butzlcr, John........................ Private...........Army Medical Corps . 227 Marquette. Fond du Lac. Byerly. Fred........................... Major............Army........... 119 Esplanade, Chico, California Bysc, Clark M...............Lieutenant (J. G.)...........Navy Alexandria. Va. Caldwell, Jack .......................... Seaman 2C. .Navy .............30 V. Marshall, Rice Lake Callahan, Robert.............................Cadet............Navy Air Corps............ 197 Parkway, Oshkosh Calvy, Thomas ..................... 2nd Lieutenant............Army Medical Corps........ Elm St.. Fowl du Lac Carpenter. James........................... Ensign............Navy............. 141 Hamilton Place, Fond du Lac Carroll. James............................ Private............Army Quartermasters........... 505 Algoma, Oshkosh Carroll, Joseph .......................... Private............Army ..................... 505 Algoma. Oshkosh Cartwright, William...................... Sergeant............Army Reserve........................ R. 5. Oshkosh Carver, Hugh.............................. Private............Army..........................414 Merritt. Oshkosh Castle. Edward..................Lieutenant (J.G.)............Navy................. 305 Algoma Blvd., Oshkosh Castle, William ........................... Ensign............Navy.................... 305 Algoma Blvd., Oshkosh Ccronsky, James J........................... Cadet............Army Air Corps......... 239 Clermont St.. Antigo Cliamberlain, Thomas.................. Private 1C............Army................... 195 Mt. Venron, Oshkosh Charette, Ambrose.................Chief Specialist............Navy ................................ Marinette Chase, Lloyd.................................. H.S............Navy...............80 E. Arndt St.. Fond du I-ac Chesly, Lauron ...............................................Army Air Corps............................... Lena Chipman. Keith ........... Electrician's Mate 3C............Navy ............................... Redgranitc Chipman, Loraine...............................A.S............Navy .................................. Redgranite Christensen. Howard....................... Private............Army ...................................... Berlin Chvala, Joseph ............................ Ensign............Navy Air Corps.............3 Spirit Avc., Tomahawk Clark. James ............................ Corporal............Army ............................... R. 2. Larson Clark. Philip............................ Sergeant............Army ............................... New London Clemans, Charles ......................... Captain............Medical Corps..........52 Mynette St.. Oshkosh Clements, Rex.......................2nd Lieutenant............Army..................909 Wisconsin. Fond du Lac Glcndcning, Duane F.......................Sergeant............Army Air Corps................. 726 Main. Oshkosh Clough, Dale..................................................Army ..................................... Menasha Close. Laren....................... Staff Sergeant............Army Air Corps ...................... Rosendalc Cornwell. Daily...................Flight Sergeant............Army Air Corps....................... Fowl du Lac Covey, Robert ...................... V-7 Training............Navy .......................... 676 Main. Oshkosh Crane. Frank...........................Private 1C............Army Air Corps................. 1214 9th. Oshkosh Crawford, Garfield...........................Cadet............Army Air Corps........................Green Bay Cunningham, Lowell Patrick .............. S.K. 2C............Navy ..................... 50 Polk St.. Oshkosh Daldke. Theodore----- Dana. D. Brownell ... Daniels, Roy ........ Davis, Floyd A....... Davis, Robert W...... Davy. Arthur......... DeBehnke, Wayne ... DeBchnke, Kenneth .. Dcering, Robert W. .. DeGolier. Maynard ... Dehncl, Gilbert ..... Dennin. Stanley...... Dewing. John......... Dickmann. John I..... Dickson. Alonzo C. .. Dietz, Robert ....... Dietzo. Floyd C...... Dobberke. Howard W. Dolhof. Robert....... Doman. Bernard....... Dougherty, William .. Doule. Gordon........ Dowling. Anderson ... Drcbus, Richard W. .. Dubcstcr. David...... Dubester, Nathan .... Duchac. Henry B...... Dupec, Edward........ Dustman, Lloyd M.. .. Eagon, Burdette...... Ecker, Edmund J...... Edwards. John........ Ehrenhardt, Russell .. Ehrickc, Denis....... Ekvall, Allan T...... Ellingson, Myron .... Emerson, Ralph W. . Engelhardt. Raymond Enlmann. Robert E. . Erickson. Edward. Jr. Esser, Thomas........ Eulrich. Carl A...... Ewald, Norman........ Ewald. Harold........ Evans, Jarman Ellis .. Evans, William Davis 2nd I .ieutenant. Staff Sergeant. ... Technician. ...... Private. ...... HA 2 C ....... Private. Flight Officer. ...... Private. ... Private 1C. Staff Sergeant. ... Private 1C Staff Sergeant ... Seaman 2C ..........Cadet ....... Private ............. Cadet. .... Technician 5C. ----Special Agent. ........... Private. ... 2nd Lieutenant. ....... Lieutenant. ............ Ensign. .......... Private. ........... Private. .......... H.A. 1C. Officer's Camlidatc. ........... Private. .......... Private. .. 2nd Lieutenant , Petty Officer 2C. .........Corporal. Ensign (D.W.S.). ......... Private ...... Lieutenant ..........W.S.I.C. . Cadet. Private. Private. Private. .... 2nd I .ieutenant. .............. Ensign. Fabry, Arthur Private ...Army ......... ...Army.......... ...Army.......... ...Army.......... .. Navy........... ...Army.......... ...Army Air Corps . .Signal Corps .... ...Army Air Corps .. A rmy ......... ..Army Air Corps . ..Air Corps.... .. Navy.......... .. Navy Air Corps ...Army Air Corps ...Army .......... ...Navy Air Corps . .Army Air Corps Army......... Army ........ Navy Air Corps Navy........ Army......... Army......... Navy ........ Army......... Army ....... Army......... ........916 4th, Oshkosh 414 S. Marr. Fowl du I-ac ...... 426 Otter, Oshkosh .. 72 Graml Avc., Oshkosh .................Crandon 914 S. Pearl. New Lornlou ..... 303 Hazel. Oshkosh ..... 303 Hazel, Oshkosh .... R. I, West Dc Pcrc ............... Poysippi . 105 4th St.. Fowl du I .ac ....109 Jackson. Oshkosh ....93 Algoma. Oshkosh ... 234 E. Irving. Oshkosh ....... Box 102. Fremont ................ Wautoma ....27 Prospect, Oshkosh ............ R. 5, Oshkosh ............ New London .... 430 11th St.. Oshkosh ............. Taycheedah ..... 225 Hazel. Oshkosh .. 106 J .a Fayette, Shaw ano .... 546 16th St.. Oshkosh .......«22 16th, Oshkosh ---- 822 16th St.. Oshkosh ...................Antigo .................. Tomah .... 163 Parkway, Oshkosh ...Army Radio School..................Winncconnc ..Airborne Engineering Corp............ Hilbert ..Navy Aviation.......................50 Liberty, Oshkosh ...Army Air Corps............... 928 4th. Oshkosh ..Navy......................... 275 John. Oshkosh . .Army .................. 280 Parkway, Oshkosh ...Army Medical Corps .... 206 Wisconsin, Oshkosh ...Army....................... 127 I.akc, Oshkosh ...Army Air Corps................N. Fowl du l.ac ...Air Corps................313 15th St.. Oshkosh ...Army Air Corps.........................Waukau ...Navy (Radio) ...............34 Hazel. Oshkosh ..Signal Corps .......................... Oshkosh ..Army ................................ Oak field ...Army Quartermasters (Hon. Discharge). .Oakfield ...Army ................................. Oshkosh ...Naval Reserve........ 347 Mt. Vernon. Oshkosh Army Coleman Page ninety-eightNAME HANK SERVICE HOME ADDRESS l-'alck. Herbert ..................... Seaman 2C..............Coast Guard............................... Hortonvillc Farrell, Robert .......................... Corporal...........Army ........................................ Montello Fenn, George E................................Cadet...........Army Air Corps..................34 Union, Oshkosh Fero, Wayne ..................................................Coast Guard............ 15 S. Marr, Fond du Lac Ficbig, Paul .................................................Army Air Corps.........70 V. Cotton, Fond du l c Fink, Dan.....................................................Army ..........................................Crivitz Fintak. Edward.................. Lieutenant (J.G. ..........Navy Air Corps.................. 118 Grove, Oshkosh Fischer, David I................... Staff Sergeant............Army Air Corps......... 148',y W. Lincoln, Oshkosh Fischer. I wrence....................... Lieutenant...........Army.........................241 Waugoo, Oshkosh Fisher. Loui ..............................Corporal...........Army Medical Corps ... 40 W. 13th. Fond du l.ac Fisher, Stanley.................... Tech. Sergeant...........Army Air Corps................................... Omro Fisher. Wm....................................................Army ....................... 73 Baldwin, Oshkosh Fitzgerald. Mark E.................Aviation Cadet.............Army .......................................... Manawa Flanagan. Donald.................. Radio Instructor...........Army Air Corps................................ Pickett Flanagan, Leon ...............................................Army Air Corps............................ Pickett Flanagan, Milton .............................................Army Air Corps ........................... Pickett Flanagan. Robert .................. Staff Sergeant...........Army Air Corps ............................... Pickett Flynn, William P.................Officers Training...........Army.............. 700 S. 10th St.. Escanaha. Mich. Formiller, Bert .......................... Corporal...........Army..............................................Omro Foust, Gordon ............................. Private...........Army....................................... 19 Hudson, Oshkosh Fowler, Boh .......................... Private 1C...........Army..............................................Omro Fox, Richard ............................. Corporal...........Air Corps ...................701 N. Owassia. Appleton Fox, Thurman............................... Private...........Army Air Corps........................... 14 Plymouth, Oshkosh Francis, Lewis............................. Private...........Army............................6 Fluor Court. Oshkosh Frank. Gilliert ...................................................... • ••;.............................. Montello Frank. Joseph................................ Cadet...........Navy Air Corps................. 159 W. Irving. Oshkosh Frank, Loren ......................... Private 1C...........Army .................. 159 W. Irving, Oshkosh Frciburgcr, Eugene ................ Staff Sergeant...........Army Air Corps..................................Antigo Frcimuth. Harley .......................... Private...........Army........................................ Bonducl Friedrich, William ........................ Private...........Army................................... 457 Jefferson. Oshkosh Fritz, Gary ............................... Private...........Army .................................. Belleville Fritz, Victor ................................................Army Signal Corps .. 418 E. 2nd St.. Fond du Lac Frye, George .............................. Private...........Army Air Corps............................. R. 3. Omro Fuller, Brice...................... Radioman 2C...............Navy ....................... 214 Prospect. Oshkosh Fuller, Rosemary ....................... Lieutenant...........Army Nursing Corps..........214 Prospect. Oshkosh Garber, Sherman ................... Petty Officer.............Navy Aviation Radio............. Ill High, Oshkosh Gardner, Charles........................ Lieutenant...........Army Air Corps.................. 297 Forest, Oshkosh Gardner, Henry.............................Sergeant...........Army Air Corps---------L.... 580 Jackson. Oshkosh Gatzke, Gordon..................... Staff Sergeant............Army................... 375 S. Marr St.. Fond du Lac Gavigan, Clyde ............................................... rmy ................................. N. Fond du Lac Gchrke, Lcland B........................ Lieutenant........... rmy Air Corps ....................... Summit Lake Gchrke, W illis............................Corporal...........Office of Strategic Services............... Mayville Gcrhardt, George................... M.O.M.M. 1C...............Navy ............................... R. 4. Oshkosh Gcrretson. Merlin.......................... Private...........Army...................24 W. Jefferson. Waupun Gilboy, James............................. Yeoman.............Navy................... 369 S. Main. I''oik I du Lac Gilligan. Malcolm.......................... Private...........Army Medical Corps.........................Gillett Given, Glen................................ Private...........Army Infantry Band..333 W. College Dr., Appleton Gladoski, Gerald..............................................Army Medical Corps.................... N. Fond du I.ac Glass. James Harris....................... Corporal...........Signal Corps............. 159 W. Irving, Oshkosh Glaze. Allard ............................. Private...........Army............................ 228 Grant. Oshkosh Golik, John...................................................Army ....................................... Sobicske Goranson, Don ................................................Army.....................41 E. 9th. Fond du Lac Gorchels, Robert A...................... Lieutenant...........Air Corps................... 933 S. Park. Oshkosh Gorske, Wilmer A........................... Private...........Army ................................... Princeton Gould, Robert Wayne......................... Ensign...........Navy Air Corps.................. 49 5th. Fond du Lac Gneiscr. Harry L........................... Private...........Army Air Corps.....KM 15th St.. Fond du Lac Grady, Raymond ........................... Corporal...........Army Air Corps.....134 W. Lincoln. Oshkosh Crane, Harry F.......................... Lieutenant...........Army Air Corps.................... 802 Elm. Antigo Grancorbitz. LeRoy ...........................................Army Air Corps...............................Weyauwega Granger. Leonard .......................... Private...........Army...................53 Western Avc., Oshkosh Gray, Frank......................Officers Training...........Army........................21 E. 9th. Fond du I-ac Gremban, Walter ........................... Captain...........Army Air Corps.............................Goodman Green, Ray...........................2nd Lieutenant...........Army Reserve.................. 97 8th St., Fond du Lac Green! George ............................. Private...........Army Air Corps-----189 Wisconsin Avc.. Oshkosh Grieshaber. Edward.........................Corporal...........Army................... 1216 S. Oneida. Appleton Grimm, Raymond I........................... Private...........Army.............................. Winncconnc Gronouski, John A.............................Cadet...........Army Air Corps..................11 Spruce. Oshkosh Gross. Robert ................................................Navy Air Corps ... 497 Forest Ave.. Fond du Lac Gross. Roy I............................... Private...........Army................... 329 S. Marr. Fond du Lac Grunska, Robert ..............................................Army Air Corps.............. 125 Ellen St.. Kcenah Grunwald. Herbert ........................... Cadet...........Navy Air Corps...........213 Grant St.. Oshkosh Guell, Carl ............................... Private...........Army............................. 370 8th. Fond du Lac Gueli, Grover ............................. Private...........Army Medical Corps .. 329 S. Marr, Fond du Lac Guilig. Orlando..................... Staff Sergeant...........Marines.....................75 Marr. Fond du l«ac Gulig, Max J.......................Chief Specialist...........Navy............................85 Adams. Fond du I«ac Gutman. Jerome........................... CorjK.ral...........Army Medical Corps.. 15 S. Military. Fond du Lac Haessly, Gordon.........................Seaman 1C...........Navy...................94 14th St.. Fond du I ac Hahn. Alfred I............................. Private...........Army (Radio) ............................. Wautoma Hahn! Roland !................................................Navy Ai.r Cwr,,s............................... Manawa Halle. Elmer J..................... Storekeeper 3C............Navy (Construction) ........ 426 Doty. Fond du Lac Halle! Vernon ................................A.M.M...........Navy............................R. 1. Fond du Lac Hamer John ............................... Sergeant...........Army Air Corps.................. R. 1. Box 95, Oshkosh Hanley. Willard ........................... Private...........Army...........................................Waupaca Page ninety-nineNAME Hansen, Harold J....... Hansen, Irving ........ Hannon, Royal.......... Hannsen, Bernard....... Harra, Richard......... Harris, George......... Harris, Richard F...... Harrinann, Carl.......... Hart. James ........... Hart. Mary I........... Hartford. Janies....... Hartman, Albert........ Hartman. Raymond .... Harwood. Douglas....... Harvey. John .......... Haslam, Ruth .......... HaszeJ, George........... Haworth. Paul ......... Hay. George Hilton----- Hay, William ............ Hayden. Francis........ Hazen. Clement......... Heckle. Larry.......... Helling, Robert J........ Heffeman. Gordon W. .. Heinrich, Harry........ Heinritx, Donald ...... Heisinger, Edward...... Heisinger, Gerald...... Heller. Wayne.......... Henkel. John J......... Henkel. Richard........ Herrman. Rufus......... Herzog, Lawrence....... Hettwer. Donald ....... Hctzcl, Howard......... Hildebrand. John......... Hildebrand. Leo........ Hildebrand, Myron K. . Hildebrand, Victor..... I lildcbrandt. Victor K. .. Himley. Newman......... Hirt, Edwin R.......... Hogan, Dr. John ....... Holmes. Norman......... Hopper, Mark .......... Horn, Gilbert ......... Houfek, Ralph ......... I lough,Joseph......... Howard. Quentin W. .. Howe, Donald .......... Howman, Daniel ........ Huebner, Roland J........ Hurlhut, James ........ Hutchinson, Tom........ Hyde, Stanley.......... Hyde, William ........... Ives, Betty............ Jackman. Wallace....... James. Frederick Robert Jamb, Joseph .......... Janiak, Raymond.......... Jenkins. Harry Mack ... Jensen. Everett F...... Jensen, Roger.......... Jensen. Ronald ........ Jewell, Jack .......... Johnson. David ........ Johnson. James ........ Johnson, Kenneth....... Johnson, Wayne......... Johnson, William....... Johnston. William...... Jones. Donald ......... Jones, John............ Jones, Kermit ......... Julka. Orlando........... Kaeding, Warren........ Kaerwer. Howard E. .. Kalhus, Henry.......... Kalupy. Anthony........ Karst. Eugene.......... Kavanaugh, William ... Page one hundred RANK .. Sergeant. ... Private. A.S.R.' Seaman 1C. Seaman 1C. ... Private 1C. .. Midshipman. ,... Lieutenant. ...... Private. 2nd Lieutenant. ...... Private. Yeoman .....Cadet. .... Ensign. .....Cadet. .....Cadet. .. Sergeant Yeoman 3C ... Private .....Cadet. . Lieutenant. ..... Corporal. ... Lieutenant Pharmacist 3C. ........Ensign .............. Corporal.. ..........2nd Lieutenant.. ................ Ensign.. ........... Private 1C.. ................. Ensign.. ............... Private.. ............ Lieutenant.. ............... Private.. ................A M 3C.. ..........2nd Lieutenant.. ................Cadet.. ............ Lieutenant.. ............ Private 1C.. ............... Private.. ......... 1st Lieutenant.. ............... Private.. .............. Sergeant.. ................Cadet.. ............... Private.. ................. Cadet.. .............Seaman 2C.. ................ Cadet.. ...............Corporal.. ................Cadet.. ................ Ensign.. ................. A.S... ................ Ensign.. ................ Cadet.. ............... Private.. Hospital Apprentice 1C.. .............Lieutenant.. ............... Private.. ............... Private.. ............... Private.. ............... Private.. Private ... Seaman 2C.. . 1st Lieutenant.. ........ Cadet.. ..........A.S... ....... Private.. Storekeeper 2C.. ........ Ensign.. ....... Ensign.. .......Private.. ......... Cadet.. Staff Sergeant.. ......Sergeant.. SERVICE HOME ADDRESS ..Army Air Corps..............87 Bowen, Oshkosh ...Medical Air Corps..... 520 Royalton, Waupaca ..Army .................................... Wautoma ..Coast Guard....................... R. I. Waupun ..Navy........... 327 E. Division St.. Fond du l.ac ..Navy...............Northwestern Ave., Oshkosh ..Coast Guard........518 W. Spring St., Appleton ...Military Police..............218 Monroe, Oshkosh ..U. S. Naval Academy .. 107 Harney St.. Oshkosh ..WAACS .................................... Berlin ..Army.................. 6928 31st Ave., Kenosha ..Marines................. 146 7th Ave.. Oshkosh ..Army.................... 146 7th Ave., Oshkosh ...Merchant Marine..............41 Parkway, Oshkosh ..Navy................... 606 Elmore. Green Bay ..WAACS..................22 Eveline St.. Oshkosh ..Army Air Corps...........................Kewaunee ..Navy Air Corps.....94 Marquette. Fond du I-ac ..Army Air Corps............145 Washington. Oshkosh ..Air Corps................ 345 Washington, Oshkosh ..Army Air Corps.............. R. 2. Fond du Ia»c ..Navy............... 276JS Washington. Oshkosh ..Army....................... 1212 W. 8th, Appleton ..Army Air Corps ........................... Manawu ..Navy.................816 N. 11th St.. Manitowoc ..Army...................717 Smith. New London ...................... 125 N. Appleton, Appleton ..Army............ 325 Washington Blvd., Oshkosh ..Army..................... 325 Washington, Oshkosh .. Navy Medical ......................... Sofierton ..Navy .......................81 Otter. Oshkosh ..Army Signal Corps...........81 Otter, Oshkosh ..Army ................................... Tigcrton ..Navy Air Corps......... 320 E. Pacific, Appleton ..Navy Air Corps..............R. 3. Fond du Lac ..Army.....................................Tomahawk ..Navy ..................................... Ottiro ..Army Air Corps..............9th St., Oshkosh ..Army ........................................Omro ..Army Air Corps........................ R. 1. Omro ..Navy........................631 9th. Oshkosh .. Army .........................N. Fond du I.ac ..Navy Air Corps...........................Glendale ..Navy Medical Corps..... 432 Merritt. Oshkosh ..Army Aviation.............. 293 6th. Fond du I-ac ..Army Air Corps..............411 Grant. Oshkosh ..Medical Corps......263 Prospect Ave., Oshkosh ..Army .............. 715 E. Washington, Appleton • •Army................................... Ijtrscn ..Army Air Corps........................ Brodhcad ..Army ...................... 820 N. Main, Oshkosh ..Army Air Corps......... 528 Church St.. Necnah ..Navy .............. 2321 W. Galena, Milwaukee ..Navy Air Corps..............122 Lincoln St., Antigo ..Army .................................... Bryant ...Navy Air Corps....73 Frederick Ave.. Oshkosh ...Navy Reserve.......... 183 Amory, Fond du Lac ...WAVES................. 263 Wisconsin. Oshkosh ..Navy Air Corps......................48 Jefferson, Oshkosh ..Navy Air Corps.....;... 2205 Doty St., Oshkosh ..Army .............. 254 Wisconsin Ave.. Oshkosh . .Navy............................. R. 2. Omro • •Navy......................32 Polk. Oshkosh ..Army......................................Shawano ..Army....................... 354 Waugoo, Oshkosh ..Army.....................................Waujiaca ..Army.......................................Antigo ..Army................ 623 Jackson Drive, Oshkosh ..Ground Air Corps......................... Wautoma ..Army.............................. Long Lake ..Navy .................. 237 Winnehago, Oshkosh ..Coast Guard................ 354 3rd St.. Mcnasha ..Army Air Corps............. 114 Church, Oshkosh ..Navy Air Corps............. 200 Scott St., Oshkosh ..Navy ..................96 Cherry Ave., Oshkosh ..Army Air Corps.........85 Central Ave., Oshkosh ...Navy..................75 S. Marr. Fond du Lac .. Navy ................................ Rcesevillc ..Navy....................... 287 E. Irving. Oshkosh . .Army .............. 125 Jefferson Ave.. Oshkosh ...Army Air Corps .. 725 Michigan, N. Fond du Lac ...Army.......................547 Park. Oshkosh ...Army Medical Corps............ R. 2, KaukaunaNAME RANK Kccfc. Bateman Francis............Flight Officer... Keefe. Burton ........................... Sergeant... Keller. Paul .......................... Lieutenant... Kelley. Thomas......................... Lieutenant... Kelly, Eugene ............................ Private... Kclsh, James I).......................... Private... Kelsh. William....................2nd Lieutenant... Kendall, John C........................... Private... Kennelly. Donald J........................ Private... Kenyon, Donald............................ Private... Kerrigan. Raymond............................Cadet... Kiddie. Ed ................................ Ensign... Kile. James A............................... P.O.... Kimball, James.................... 2nd Lieutenant.. • Kimberly, Henry ......................... Corporal... King. Roln-rt S.......................... Corporal... Kirsch. Raymond Joseph....................Corporal... Kloehn, Neil V......................... I LA. 1C... Kloiber. Frank-...................2nd Lieutenant... Knadle. Frank............................. Private... Knight. William Douglas....... Quartermaster 2C... Koehler. George A......................... Private... Koerner, Norman.......................... Sergeant... Kuhn, Francis ............................ Private... Kohnke, Donald I.......................... Private... Kolb. Karl................................ Private... Kolasinski, Ray .................. 2nd Lieutenant... Konrad. Edmond............Lieutenant-Commander... Koplitz, Riclurd G................2nd Lieutenant... Kornely. James ......................... Private... Komowske. Leslie ................. 2nd Lieutenant... Korrcr. William E......................... Private... Koske. Otis ..................................... ... Koth, Lloyd F.................................Private AC... Kotkowsky. Gordon John ..................... Cadet... Kramer. Reginald.............................Cadet... Krippene, Urban M.......................... Ensign... Kriz, Joseph................................Ensign... Krolm. Jack D............................. Private... Krueger. Alan........................................ Krueger. Marvin ..................................... Kuehn. Robert...................... 1st Lieutenant... Kupper. Roln-rt I!...................... Lieutenant... Kurtzwcil, Roln-rt ....................... Private... La Haye, James......................... Seaman 2C... La Haye, William ......................... Private... Lamb. Stewart ......................... A.M.M. 2C... Lambert, Glen.....................Aviation Cadet... Lampert. Benjamin ..................... Midshipman... Larsen. Glenn ........................... Corporal... Lartz. Walter ..................... 2nd Lieutenant... Last. George......................................... Learned. Harold ’............... 1st Lieutenant... Lehmann. Herbert C.................... Private 1C... Ix-hner. Geo. A........................... Private... Leluu-r. Geo. I........................... Private... Lehrhach, Ralph J...................... Seaman 1C... Lehr man, Herbert ........................ Private... Lem. Aln-1 ............................... Private... Lem. David................................ Private... Lem. John................................. Private... Lem. Paul .................................. Cadet... I.cmln-rg. Richard E........................ Cadet... Lcnig. Benjamin .......................... Private... Lennon. Tom.......................................... Lentz. William .......................... Sergeant... Leiithold. Duane.............................Cadet... Lcuthold. Vernon ...................... Lieutenant... Licbhaber, Franklin ...................... Private... I.ietz. Albert J................. Petty Officer 1C... I.ingenfeltcr. John ...................... Private... I.ipkind, Julius................................AS... Loomans. Roln-rt ........................... Cadet... Lowe. William ....................................... I.ucassen. Lloyd ..................... Private 1C... l.iH'hsinger, John ....................... Private... I.uchsingcr. Samuel J..................... Private... I.uft. Ralph J...................Officers Training... Lund. Wilton........................................... I.undstcd. James...........................Private... MacDonald, Harold ...................... Private 1C Macek. Ann...........................2nd Lieutenant.. SERVICE HOME ADDRESS • Army Air Corps........ 687 Main St.. Oshkosh ..Army.................... 687 Main St., Oshkosh ...Army................... 127 Harney St., Oshkosh ..Army Ordnance............................ Tomahawk ••Army..................................... Kaukauna ...Army................282 Jackson Drive, Oshkosh ...Military Police..... 282 Jackson Drive, Oshkosh ...Army................352 Rugglcs, Fond du Lac ...Army ................................... Hartford ••Army................. 132 1st St.. Fond du I ac ..Army Air Corps.................. 262 Vine. Oshkosh • • Navy......931 Wisconsin Ave., N. Fond du I-ac ..Navy .................................... Washburn .. Marines................... 167 Pearl. Oshkosh ...Army...........-421 Washington Blvd.. Oshkosh • Army ................................ R. 3. Omro ..Army Air Corps.......... 703 S. Clarmont, Antigo ..Navy....................................... Waukau • • Army........................ 1329 6th. Oshkosh • Army........................... R. 2. Kewaunee ••Coast Guards............................. Bayfield ...Army .................. 515 Jackson. Oshkosh .. Army Signal Corps.................... Birnaimvood ...Army Signal Corps...... 1024 Wisconsin Ave., X. Fond du Lac ...Army................31" Waugoo St.. Oshkosh ..Air Medical Corps.... 523 S. Mueller. Appleton ...Army ir Corps............615 Tayco, Menasha .. Navy .................. 202 Waugoo. Oshkosh .. Army Air Corps............52 Waugoo. Oshkosh • Army ................................... Mishicot ..Army....................... R. 3. East Dc Pcrc ..Army................. 190 E. 1st St.. Fond du Lac ...Army Air Corps.......................... Pulcifcr ..Army Air Corps............................Tomahawk ..Coast Guard...........................Red Granite • .Navy.....................52 Ashland. Oshkosh ..Navy............ 174 Washington Blvd., Oshkosh • Navy...................... 402 15th St.. Oshkosh ••Army ...................50 Grand Ave.. Oshkosh ...Army...................... R. 2. Campbell sport ...Army ............... 1836 Minnesota St.. Oshkosh ...Army Air Corps .. 23 Carin-nter St.. Fond du Lac • •Army.......................................Tomah • Army .................. 950 9th St.. Oshkosh ..Navy ................... 846 Howard. Green Bay ...Army Air Corps......... 846 Howard. Green Bay ..Navy ...................311 Elmwood. Oshkosh ...Army Air Corps......71 Powers Ave.. Oshkosh • Navy .................... 235 Hazel. Oshkosh ...Army QM.............318 S. Chestnut, Green Bay —Army ....................................... Suring ..Signal Corps............... 342 15th. Oshkosh • •Army Air Corps...........................Shawano ...Army.....................................Woodland ...Army Air Corps............................Oshkosh ...Army Air Corps ...................... Mayvillc , ..I'. S. Merchant Marine................ Winnebago • Army....................................Woodland • Army Air Corps....... M4 Jefferson, Oshkosh ...Army Air Corps....... 114 Jefferson. Oshkosh ...Army Air Corps....... 114 Jefferson. Oshkosh ...Army Air Corps....... 114 Jefferson. Oshkosh ...Army Air Corps............ 583 Oak St.. Xecnah ...Army ..................... 1721 Doty. Oshkosh ...toast Guard............49 Linde Ave., Oshkosh • • • Army .............. 151 Parkway. Oshkosh ...Navy Air Corps......... 15 Winnebago. Oshkosh —Army Air Corps........... 15 Winnebago. Oshkosh ...Army .................................... Seymour ...Coast Guard..............................Kewaunee —Army...............29 Carju-nter St.. Fond du I-ac • ••Coast Guard................. 236 11th, Oshkosh ...Army Air Corps...... 1835 Hubbard St.. Oshkosh ••• Army............... 123 Brush. N. Fond du Lac ...Army.............................. Little Chute •••Army .................. 15 5 Rosalia St.. Oshkosh ...Army................... 158 Rosalia St.. Oshkosh • ••Coast Guard ............ 143 7,1, St., Oshkosh ...Coast Guard.........2 HVj Wisconsin. Tomahawk —Army .......................35 Nevada, Oshkosh ... Army..........................63 Mill. Oshkosh —Army Nurse Corps............................Oshkosh Page one hundred oneNAME MacXichol. Tom .... Magnuscn, Lewis .... Manion, Brian....... Manion. James....... March. Robert....... Marks. Lawrence K. Marquardt, Richard . Marquardt. Robert .. Marsh. Stanley...... Martens. I.ei»...... Martens. Richard ... Martin. Larry....... Martin. Xorman .... Martin. Orville Wells Marty. C. Roger .... Mastricola. Gust II. . Mathe. Robert....... MathwiR, William ... Matson. Clark....... MaucI, James ....... McCarthy, Eugene .. McCarthy, Marvin .. McCoy. John......... McCulloch. Wayne .. McCullough, Jack ... RANK ........ Corporal. I .ieutenant -Colonel ......Seaman 2C ......... Private ......... Private Lieutenant (J.G.).. . Officers Training.. ............ Ensign.. ........... Private.. .......... Private.. ........... Private.. ......... Sergeant.. I .ieutenant-Colonel.. ........ Lieutenant.. .......... Private.. ..............Cadet.. ... 2nd Lieutenant.. .........Corporal.. ......... Corporal.. .......... Private.. ........... Private.. ... 2nd Lieutenant.. ...........Corporal.. ... 2nd I .ieutenant.. McCullough, James...... McDaniels, Richard..... McDonald. Donald....... McGuire. Robert......... McGuire, Tom James ... McGraw. William !•'..... McEsscy, Robert........ McMahon, Rolla.......... McWright. Ralph........ Mctzig. Herbert W...... Meyer. Murray.......... Midthun. Maynard....... Micrswa. Daniel........ Miller, Bernard M...... Miller. Robert......... Miner. John W........... Miracle. James V....... Miskv, Robert ......... Mittclstaedt. Arthur.... Monahan, Hubert ........ Monday. Harvey.......... Mondl. Vernon ......... Montour. Franklin R. ... Moore. Frank .......... Moore. Hugh............ Moore. Robert........... Morgan. Riehard........ Morris, Ray............. Morrissey. William...... Mortell. William P...... Mulva. Garrett.......... Myers. Kcrmit ......... Nachtwey. Robert ...... Nash. Robert I)........ Negandank. Robert...... Nell. Edgar W.......... Nelson. Arnold.......... Nelson. Arthur ........ Nelson. Evald A........ Nelson. James.......... Nelson. Norln-rt ...... Neumann. Edward Stuart Nevitt, Charles........ Newton. Edwin IL. Jr. .. Nolte. Herbert ........ Novitske. Lloyd ....... Nordhaus. Woodrow P. . O'Brien. Leonard....... O'Brien. Martin........ O'Callahan. Robert E. .. O’Connell. Francis J. ... O'Connell. John........ O'Connor. Robert ...... O'Kon, Robert........... O'Konski, Adrian ...... Olen. Charles.......... Olson. J. B............. O'Neill. John ......... Page one hundred two 2nd Lieutenant ....... Private.. ..... B. M. 2C. • . Private A C.. ....... Private.. ...... Student.. ....... Private.. ........Cadet.. .....Corj oral.. .....Corporal.. ....... Private.. Staff Sergeant.. .......Corporal Signalman 1C.. Technician SC.. ........Cadet.. ....... Private.. .... Lieutenant.. ........ Cadet.. 2nd Lieutenant.. ...... Private.. .....Corporal.. .... 2nd Lieutenant. ........ Private. Technician Sergeant ............ Private ..............Private ........A.M.M. 3C ............ Private. ........... Sergeant. ........... Sergeant. ----- 2nd Lieutenant. ............. Ensign. ............ Private ............ Private ............ Private ......... Private 1C. ............ Private. ............ Private. ............Coxswain. ............ Private. ......... Lieutenant. ............ Private. .... 2nd Lieutenant. .. Officers Training. ............. Ensign. ............. Ensign. ..... 1st Lieutenant. ..... Staff Sergeant. .............. Cadet. ............. AOM .1C. ............. Cadet. ...............Cadet. ............ Colonel. ......... Private 1C. SERVICE HOME ADDRESS ..Army Signal Corps.. 11 Washington Blvd.. Oshkosh . .Judge Advocate.............. ISO Scott, Oshkosh ..Coast Guard..............261 E. Irving. Oshkosh ..Army Air Corps............................Oshkosh ••Army......................176 Merritt. Oshkosh •••;................. 114 E. Columbia St., Neenah ..Navy..................... 10J AIgoma, Oshkosh ..Army Air Corps...............97 5th. Oshkodi ..Navy Air Corps...........208 Elmwood. Oshkosh ..Army ...................................... Pound ..Army Medical Corps......................... Pound ..Army Air Corps .... 449 Amory St.. Fowl du tac ..Army Induction Office.... 120 Fulton, Oshkosh ..Army .................... 173 Broad St., Oshkosh ..Army Air Corps.......................... Brodhead ..Army Medical Division................. Rcdgranite • • Army...................... 925 11th. Oshkosh • Army........................ 402 10th. Oshkosh ...Army.................... 162 Wisconsin, Oshkosh ■ Army ..................................... Marion ...Army.............. 1311 Washington. Manitowoc ...Army ................... 160 Rosalia. Oshkosh . .Army Air Corps.......... 223 2nd. Fond du Lac .. Military Police .......... 130 Elmwood. Oshkosh ...Army Administration Corps... 545 Mich. Ave., X. Fond du Lac ...Army Medical Division....... N. Fond du tac ...Army Signal Corps....... 789 Jackson. Oshkosh ...Army........................R. 1. Fond du I-ac . .Coast Guard................. 258 take. Oshkosh . .Army Air Corps.............. 258 take. Oshkosh ...Army........................ 389 Grant. Oshkosh ..Army Tank Corps ... 195 E. Cotton. Fond du tac ..Army............................213 W. New York, Oshkosh ..Army Air Corps........... 408 Bowen. Oshkosh ..Military Police..................... R. 1. Neenah ..Army Air Corps............................ Marion ...Army .................................... Verona ..Army Air Corps...........28 Walnut. Oshkosh ...Army.................57 Winnebago St.. Oshkosh ..Naval Signal Corps .... 471 S. Marr. Fond du Lac ..Army Quartermasters......69 E. Irving. Oshkosh ...Army Air Corps....... 446 Mt. Vernon. Oshkosh ..Army.................. 107 Church St.. Oshkosh ...Air Corps............................. Sheboygan ...Army Air Corps.............. 443 Otter. Oshkosh ...Army Chemical Warfare ... 331 Algoma, Oshkosh ..Army Air Corps........... 140« $ Boyd, Oshkosh ...Army Medical.............................Shawano . .Navy Air Corps..........116 Church. Oshkosh .Marines.................. 116 Church. Oshkosh ...Army.................... 100 Park St.. Oshkosh ...Army....................Stoney Beach. Oshkosh ...Army Radio........... 372 Mt. Vernon, Oshkosh —Army........................................Wausau ...Navy............95 W. New York .Ave., Oshkosh —Army Air Corps............ 574 Jackson, Oshkosh ...Army.................... 113 Frederick, Oshkosh ...Army.......................... N. Fond du tac —Army Air Corps............ 147Main. Oshkosh ..Navy Air Corps .............. 623 15th. Oshkosh ...Army .................................. Mayville —Army Air Corps.........122 Bischoff, Fond du tac —Army Air Corps .... 610 Illinois. N. Fond du tac ...Army ................................. Butternut ...Army Air Corps...........Tomahawk ...Army ................................. Butternut ___Army....................15.1 W. Irving. Oshkosh ..( «st Guard.................250 take, Oshkosh ...Army ................... 127 3rd Ave., Wausau ...Army Air Corps.......... 473 Jackson. Oshkosh ...Army.................... 449 Otter St., Oshkosh ..Army..................16.14 Georgia St., Oshkosh ...Army....................3% 8th. Fond du tac ..Navy Air Corps............................ Manawa ...Navy Air Corps.......... 197 Parkway, Oshkosh ...Army.............................. New lamdon ___Army............................ R. 1. Oshkosh ...Army Air Corps..........24 Hazel St.. Oshkosh ...Navy Air Force..................... R. 2. Berlin ...Army Air Corps ............. R. 2. Kewaunee ...Army Medical Division ... 41 13th St.. Clintonville ...Army....................................Drummond ...Army Quartermasters......... 354 Main. OshkoshNAME Opicka. Ferdinand W......... Ostertag. Robert............ Page!. Kfleen............... Pappcnfuss, F. O............ Parks. Clarence R........... F'attcrson. Alvin........... Paulson. Keith C........... Peck, William R............. Pelton. Russell S........... Pennau, John .............. Penney, Howard............. Peterson. Lyle............. Petrosik. John 1........... Pfeiffer, Raymond Jolm .... Pfoffenback. William ....... Pfrang, David R............ Pickett. Searl ............ Piel. Delmer................ Pinkerton. William M....... Pipkorn. Homer.............. Pinkom, William ........... Pittler. Stevan ............ Plot . Arno................ Pokrandt. Harry C.......... Polk. Robert ............... Porath, Walter ............ Possin. Chester ........... Powell. Karl F............. Prock now. Jack ............ Raasch. Alton............... Radde. Donald G............ Radford. William........... Radtke, Clifford ......... Raj sky. Harry............. Rasmussen. Donald ......... Rasmussen. J. P........... Rasmussen, John Frederick Rasmussen, Merton ......... Rath. Donald .............. Ratzhurg, Richard.......... Redemann. Evan ............ Reese, David .............. Reifer. James ............. Reimers. Frederick ........ Rcinke, Alvin ............. Reinke. John............... R hvner. Jack.............. Richards. Harold........... Richlen. Levi ............ Richman. Sidney ........... Ritchie. Cordon............ Roberts, Llewelyn ........ Robertson. Kenneth S...... Robertson. Robert C........ Robley. Stanley........... Rodat Warren.............. Roc. John ................. Roeder. Charles B.......... Rocdcr. Nile W............ Rohde, Harvcv ............. Rohde. Ix-onard............ Roiahn. Mace............... Roloh. Charles............ Rothcnhach. Russell........ Rowe. Herbert J............ Runnoc. Cyril............. Ruth. Elmer................ Ruthe. Lawrence N.......... Rntkoske. Florian ........ Ryan. Bernard............. Ryan. Charles............. Sabrowskv. Clarence........ Samz. Robert............... Sandberg. Raymond......... Sandee. Miles.............. Salzieder. Paul H......... Sarres. James............. Sauerbrci. Marvin ........ Saunders. Frederick....... Savinske. George.......... Sawall. Nerville .......... Schaefer. Arnold ......... Schccr. John F............ RANK Seaman IC ... Private. ......Private..... ... Private 1C..... ... Seaman 1C...... ...... Private.... .....Sergeant...... ........Ensign..... ...... Private..... ... Lieutenant.... .. Seaman 2C...... Staff Sergeant..... ...... Private..... Private . Cadet ... Lieutenant (J.G.J.... ............. Ensign..... .............. Ensign..... ............ Private..... ..............Private..... ........... RT 3C..... .......... Midshipman.... ............. Private..... ........... CorjK»ral.... ..............Private..... ........... Sergeant..... ........... Sergeant..... ............. Private..... .. Signalman 2C ( R)...... ........... Cor| oral..... .. Apprentice Seaman...... ............. Private..... ......... Private 1C..... ............. Private..... ............. Private..... ............ Private..... ...........Lieutenant.... .............. Cadet..... ............. Private..... Signal Corns Reserve...... ......2nd Lieutenant...... .............Private.... ...............Cadet.... ..........Lieutenant.... ............. Cadet---- ...... 1st Lieutenant.... .............Sergeant.... . Apprentice Seaman.... .............. E.A.C..... ............. Private.... .... Petty Officer 2C.... ....... 1st Lieutenant.... ............. Private.... ............... Maior.... ... Lieutenant (LG.).... ............. Private.... ............Corporal.... ............ Con oral.... ............. Private.... ................Cadet---- ............. Private.... ............. Private---- ... Officers Candidate--- ...... Staff Sergeant.... ............. Sergeant---- ......2nd Lieutenant----- .............Private.... ...........Ensign. ......Lieutenant. .........Corporal. ......... Private. Petty Officers 3C. ......... Sergeant. ........ Sergeant. .. 2nd Lieutenant. ......... Private. Sergeant SERVICE HOME ADDRESS ..Navy ............................. Kewaunee ..Army....................682 Jefferson. Oshkosh . . A ACS...........97 Monroe Ave., Oshkosh ..Army Air Corps.......................Woodland ..Army....................................Ida ..( oast Guard ............ 143 Grove. Oshkosh ..Army...............I UK K. River St.. Tomahawk •• rmy.................... Box 114, Rcdgranite ..Navy........................... R. 3. Waupaca ..Air Corps ........................... Oshkosh ..Army Air Corps ....................... Waupaca • • N?vy............................ Washburn ..Air Corps........................ I.a Crosse .. A rmv ................. 1x43 Oregon. Oshkosh ••Air Corps ....................... Watertown —Army........................ 576 Grove, Neenah Army Air Corps.......... 134 Waugoo. Oshkosh R. 1. New I .ondon 215 Elmwood Ave., Oshkosh . .Navy ... Navy Navy ..................... 410 Merritt. Oshkosh ...Navy ......_.............. 410 Merritt. Oshkosh ...Army Air Corps .. 14 N. Seymour. Fond du Lac —Army............................94 Boyd, Oshkosh ,. .Navy Air Corps............ 1726 Doty. Oshkosh ■ • • Navy................... 500 Algoma. Oshkosh —Army ........................ 155 Grant. Oshkosh ...Army Air Corps......... 522 E. Lincoln. Waupun ...Army ............................ R. 1. Hubertus ...Army Weather Observer.304 W. Algoma. Oshkosh ...Army Medical Corps..................... Oakfietd ...Army Gunnery Dept........................ Eureka ...Coast Guard..................38 Park. Oshkosh ... Army Chemical---- 565 Forest Ave.. Fond du Lac ...Navy....................... 396 Grant. Oshkosh ...Army....................93 Marcoe. Fond du Lac ...Army Medical Detachment ... II Fulton. Oshkosh —Army ........... 191 Parkway. Oshkosh ...Army.................... 328 Wisconsin, Oshkosh ... Army............................ R. 4. Oshkosh ---Army Air Corps............ 1911 Oregon. Oshkosh ...Army Air Corps......................... Fremont ... Army Air Corps........213 AV. Lincoln. Oshkosh ...Army.................. 293 South Park. Oshkosh ...Army.................. 295 Washington. Oshkosh ...Army..................................Winncconne ...Army....................... 140 Bowen. Oshkosh ...Army Air Corps.........163 Lake Drive. Oshkosh —Army Air Corps................ 488 Main, Niagara —Army Air Corps.............................Crivitz ---Army Air Corps........... 245 Elmwood. Oshkosh ...Army.................................. Montello ...Navy................ 265 AV. New York, Oshkosh ...Signal Corps........... 123 Evans St.. Oshkosh ...Military Police...... 330 E. Irving St.. Oshkosh ...Naval Aviation......................... Shawano ...Army........................ 274 Otter, Oshkosh ...Marine Paratroops......... 250 Algoma. Oshkosh ... Army................. 474 Washington. Oshkosh ...Navy.................... 474 Washington, Oshkosh —Army Air Corps............................. Marion ...Army------.•••••........................ Marion ...Army Medical Corps.........71 Wright. Oshkosh ...Army Air Corps......152 Vinland Road. Oshkosh ----Army Air Corps.................619 7th. Oshkosh ---Army ............................ Wautoma ...Army.............................. Black Creek — Army ............... 1315 W. Franklin. Oshkosh ...Army Air Corps..............410 Forest. Neenah ----Army............... 267 Wisconsin Ave., Oshkosh ---Army........................79 School. Oshkosh — Army ............................Valders ...Army ............................ Manawa ... Navy ..............................Clintonville ...Army Air Corps .. 1109 Michigan. N. Fond du I-ac ...Headquarters Band..........22 15th. Fond du I-ae ...Army ............................. 632. Oshkosh ...Navy..................... 154 Main St.. Oshkosh ....Army Air Corps..................... Wautoma . ...Medical Detachment.....714 Elmore. Green Bay ...Marine Air Corps...... 1662 Minnesota, Oshkosh ----Army................ 906 Jefferson Ave.. Oshkosh ...Army ..................... Stctsonvillc.. .....Army....................29 Ccape St., Oshkosh Page one hundred threeNAME Schcttl, Alvin .......... Schillcinan, Jake........ Schleutcr. Edward....... Schmitz, Norman.......... Schmolesky. Gilbert .... Schnedierger. Bruce------ Schneider, Clarence J. .. Schneider, Jack.......... Schneider, James ....... Schocnlwrgcr. Richard . Schoenborn. Robert .... Schraa. Jerome.......... Scltram, Arno William . Sclml ert. Delwyn G. ... Schuck. Andrew.......... Schultz, Armin A......... Schultz, Gaylord W. ... Schultz. Howard.......... Schultz. Raymond A. .. Schuster. Carl .......... Schuster. Carl X......... Schwalbe, John........... Schwan. Ralph............ Scavey. Emerson.......... Sensenbrcnncr, Robert .. Shelley. Howard ......... Shilcrat. Jacob.......... Shipman, Robert (J....... Shirtz. Arthur........... Shultz. Raymond A. ... Siefert, Jerry R........ Simpson. George.......... Siviur, Bernard J........ Skodinski. Chester....... Sloan. Roger I........... Smith, Arthur............ Smith. David Post........ Smith. Eugene............ Smith. Keith ........... Smithers, William........ Snow. David ............ Snow. James ............. Sohrwcide, John E....... Solic, Edward .......... Sorenson. Roy............ S| ear, Creighton........ Spear, David ............ Sphatt. Robert.......... Spiegclbcrg, Arlin C. ... Stamborski. Raymond I). Standke. Stanley ........ Stangby, Harry........... Stangby, Norman.......... Stange. Robert .......... Stanley. Tom M.......... RANK ...... Private Aviation Cadet Private Corporal Officers Training, .......Sergeant ....... Sergeant ...... Private 1C ......... Private .......... Ensign ......... Private ..........Captain ......... Private ........Corporal Private. .. Private, Lieutenant. .. Private ... Ensign ,.. Private .. Private. ...... Private ....... Ensign ......Colonel ...... Private Staff Sergeant ......ARM 3C ......Private ...... Private ...... Private ..... Sergeant ......Private 1st Lieutenant 1st Lieutenant ----Corporal . Fireman 1C ...... Private ..... Private .... Corporal ..... Private Detach. Medical Dept Private 2nd Lieutenant Stark. Ernst .......... Staszak. Ray .......... Steffens, Richard ..... Steiliel. Clarence .... Steinkellner. Robert H. Stcinkellncr. William . Stepanion. John ....... Stevens. Curtis....... Still. Charles ........ Stinemates. Philip .... Stoeberl. George Frank Stocgbaucr. Robert ... Stoeghaucr. Herbert .. Stoll. Frank........... Stordock, Paul ........ Stowe. Gerald ......... Strcy. August ......... Strcy, Ralph J......... Suhr, Raymond W. ... Sullivan. George....... Sullivan. James........ Sullivan, John......... Swiston. Joseph........ Tabor. Lawrence......... Talbot. Harrison A. .. Tallmt. John R......... Tank, Robert .......... Tanncnbauni, Karl .... Colonel ..... Private Petty Officer ..... Ensign ..... Private ----Staff Sergeant. ......... Lieutenant. ................. V5 ............ Private. ......... Lieutenant Chief Petty Officer. Cadet Staff Sergeant 2nd Lieutenant ... Private 1C Staff Sergeant 2nd Lieutenant. ...... Private Petty Officer 3C. ......... Private. ..........Captain. . 2nd Lieutenant. SERVICE HOME ADDRESS ..Army Air Corps............ 1607 Witzel. Oshkosh ..Army ................................. Wabeiv» ..Army Air Corps........... 904 Nebraska. Oshkosh ■Army Air Corps .............. R. 4. Fond du Lac ...Army.......816 Wisconsin Avc.. N. Fond du Lac ...Army................ 360 Sherman, Fond du Lac ...Army Medical..............20 Oak St.. Oshkosh ...Army Air Corps.........510 Punhoqua, Oshkosh ...Army..................... 230 Oak St., Oshkosh ...Army..................... 246' j School. Oshkosh • ■Army ...................................... Kiel ...Army...................... 230 Monroe. Oshkosh ...Army.......................251 Scott. Oshkosh ...Army Signal Corps...... 1020 S. 15th. Manitowoc ...Naval Reserve.........418 Milwaukee. Kewaunee ...Army Air Corps..............721 Maple, Neenah ...Army Air Corps............. Big Springs, Texas ...Army ................................... Wautonu ...Army Medical.............................Ashland ..Navy .................................. Theresa ...Army................................. Mayvillc ..Navy ..................................... Monroe ...Army..................... 535 S. Park. Oshkosh ...Army....................................Tomahawk ...Army................ 338 Nicolet Blvd., Mcnasha ..Navy Air Corps......................... Mattoon ..Army Quartermasters ..217 Commercial. Appleton ...Army......................... R. 2. Rhinelander ...Army.......... 3803 Arlington, Fort Wayne. Ind. ...Army ................................ Washburn .. Navy........................96 Cedar. Oshkosh ...Army....................321 McKinley. Kau Claire ..Army Air Corps.............501 Union, Shawano ...Army Air Corps......................R. 2. Antigo ..Navy .............................. New London .. Army Air Corps.............57 Spruce, Oshkosh ...Army ...................... 857 Main. Oshkosh ..Ground Air Corps................. R. 1. Seymour .. Aviation Medical......... 378 Jackson. Oshkosh .. Army Air Corps......198 Chestnut. Font! du I.ac ...Army Air Corps........... 418 4th, Fond du I.ac .. Army............. 435 S. Main St.. Fond du Lac ...Army Air Corps ............................ Alma ...Army............ 536 Main Avc.. N. Fond du Lac ..Navy.....................315 AA'. Forest. Neenah ...Army Air Corps............912 Pearl St.. Berlin ...Army.........................912 Pearl St.. Berlin ...Army .................... 47 Carr St.. Oshkosh ...Army................ 154 Oakland Avc.. Oshkosh ...Marines ................317 Congress. Oshkosh ...Army .................................. Markcsan ...Army ......................... N. Fond du I.ac ...Army............ 113 AVisconsin. N. Fond du 1-ac ...Army Signal Corps........ 743 S. Park. Oshkosh ...Army Air Corps .......... 4137 Grecnbicr Road, Lakewood A'illage, California ..Army ........................ 10th St.. Oshkosh ...Army ....................... 837 14th. Green Bay ...Army ....................... 221 2nd. Mcnasha .. Navy .................................. Wausau ..Navy .....................24 Sheridan. Oshkosh ...Army......................24 Sheridan. Oshkosh ..Navy........‘ 41 Michigan Avc., N. Fond du Lac ...Army................... 205 E. Harris. Appleton ...Army..................... 446 Jackson. Oshkosh ..Navy ................................ AA'aupaca ...Army..............................Grand Marsh ...Army Air Corps............. 1231 6th, Oshkosh .. Navy.........................58 Union. Oshkosh ...Army Air Corps..........34 Park St.. Oshkosh ..Army Air Corps.........181 Washington, Oshkosh ...Army Medical............ 131 Miller. AN'. DcPerc ...Army...................... 330 Monroe, Oshkosh ...Army Air Corps.......... 330 Monroe. Oshkosh ...Army Air Corps.................... Hustisford ...Army ...................... R. 3, Fond du Lac ..Army.................. 124 E. 13th, Fond du I ac ...Army........................... R. 3. Columbus ...Army..................................Washburn ..Navy ..................... 469 Oconto, Peshtigu .. Marines............... 1620 Delaware. Oshkosh . .Medical Corps..............54 Custer. Oshkosh .. Army Air Corps............ 120 Rosalia, Oshkosh ........................ 446 S. Park. Fond du I-ac I’aye one hundred fourNAME RANK Tanty. Lyman C....................... Private 1C.. Task. I)avi l................................Cadet.. Taylor. I ugcne A.................... Private 1C.. Thibodeau. Gregory........................Corjwral.. Thiele. Lester............................ Private.. Thomas. Ilerln-rt ....................... Corporal.. Thomas, John C.......................... Corj)oraI.. Thompson, Maynard F....................... Private.. Thompson. Don..............................Private.. Thompson. William............................Cadet.. Thoreson. Donald J........................ Private.. Thor son. Vernon........................Lieutenant.. Thorson, Willard................................ S.. Thurk. Frank C............................ Private.. Tice. Royal .................................. Staff Sergeant.. Tice. Frederick I......................... Private.. Ties. Fredrick.........................Seaman 1C.. Tilkcns, Gene .................................... Timmerman. Nile ................ Aviation Cadet.. Toms. Russel....................... 1st Lieutenant.. Trettin. Duane ................................... Tucker. Hobart.......................Radioman 3C.. Ubbelohdc. Carl .................................. Uffenbeck, I-orin................................. Ullrich. KInier..............Technician Sergeant.. Vachon. Edmund....................... Private 1C.. Vanderpoel. Gaylord ........... Recruiting Officer.. Vanderpoel. Wayne........................... Cadet.. Van Ornum, Lloyd ...................... Private.. Van Slyke, Arthur ................................ Van Slyke. Josephine.............................. Vaughter. J. I).............................. V6AS.. Verkuilen. Michael ............ Lieutenant (J.G.).. Very. James............................... Private.. Veselak. Raymond ........................ Private.. Voight, Rol ert .................................. Volkel. Eugene.............................Private.. Vollcnwcider. Edward E...................... Cadet.. Wagester. Leonard ....................... Corporal.. Wallenfang. Lee........................ Lieutenant.. Wandrey. Clarence J......................... Cadet.. Warning. Charles .................... Private 1C.. Wartinhec, Sam ................................... Watkins. Wayne................ Lieutenant (J.G.).. Weisbrod. William G............................... Weitz. Alvin.............................. Private.. Welch. Russell E......................... Corporal.. Weller, Carl M............................ Private.. Welter. William ..................... Private 1C.. Wheeler. William....................... Lieutenant.. Whitcly. Robert............................ Ensign.. Wickert. Orris P......................... Corporal.. Wilke. Samuel......................... Yeoman 2C.. Williams. Kathryn 11.............2nd Lieutenant.. Willis. Richard E......................... HA 2C . Wilson. Arthur ................................... Wilson. Warren........................... Corporal.. Wingert. Roger....................;•••••,......... Winkler, Frank .................. Staff Sergeant.. Winslow. Warren...........................Corporal.. Wisnefske. Melvin .......................... Cadet.. Witte. Robert ............................ Private.. Witter. Edward II.........................Corporal.. Woicek, Michael .................................. Woldt. Edwin............................... Ensign.. Wolfe. Robert G...........................Corporal.. Wollenhurg. Melvin ....................... Private.. Wulk. I-avernc ................................... Wussow. Don ...................................... Yacgcr. Robert John ................... Lieutenant.. Yaksh, Tony............................... Private.. Ycazel. Clyde ............................ Private.. Youngwirth. Harold ....................... Private.. Zarling. Arthur .......................... Private.. Zemzach, Edward .............. Lieutenant (J.(i.).. Zimmerman. P. G............... Lieutenant (J.G.).. Zimmerman. Victor ........................ Private.. Zobcl. Edgar .......................... Sergeant.. Zwickey. Donald R...............................AS.. Zwickcy. Robert H........................ Corporal.. SERVICE HOME ADDRESS ..Army ................... 200 S. Main. Oshkosh ..Army Air Corps.......35 Algoma, Fond du Lac ..Army Quartermasters...................... Iola ..Army Air Corps.................•••••• Coleman ..Army ...................... 957 4th. Oshkosh ..Army.................... 15 Melvin St.. Oshkosh .. rmy .................. 313 Merritt. Oshkosh ..Army ................................... Waukau ..Army............... 423 X. Ashland, Green Bay ..Navy............... 423 X. Ashland. Green Bay ..Army...................................Washburn .. Marines ....................... R 3, Ncenah ..Navy Air Corps...................... Wittenberg ..Army.................81 E. 12th. Fond du Lac ..Army Signal Corps......................... Omro ..Army ..................................... Omro ..Navy...................................Brodhcad ..Army Signal Corps..........................Omro ..Army Air Corps.................. R. 3. Oshkosh ..Army Air Corps.................. R. 3. Kaukauna ..Navy.................... 104 Franklin, Oshkosh ..Navy....................................Oshkosh ..Army ................................... Waldo ..Army.............417 Sherman St.. Fond du I.ac ..Army ................................. Brillion ..Army.................................. Sopcrton ..Army .................................. Gresham ..Air Corps ............................ Gresham ..Army ........................... New London ..Coast Guard Reserve...........215 High. Oshkosh ..WAVES.....................Linde Ave.. Oshkosh . .Xavy (Radio) .......................... Xcenah ..Navy............................Gary. Indiana ..Army....................40 ) Bowen. Oshkosh ..Army Signal Corps........................Antigo ...Army Air Corps.........613 E. Main. Waupun ..Army Air Corps............401 Sherry. Xcenah ..Army Air Corps.................... Xcw Glams ..Army .................................. Pulaski ..Army......................... 496 Main. Xiagara ..Army Air Corps....................• • Wautoma .. Army................... 159 E. Irving. Oshkosh ..Army............ 108 X. Clinton Ave.. Clintonville ..Xavy ................ Lawrence St.. Xew I.oiwlon ..Xavy.....................73 Linde Ave.. Oshkosh ..Army ...................... 262 Maple. Oshkosh ..Army Quartermaster .. 18 S. Sonhia, Fond du Lac ..Army (Radio) .............. 269 Grove. Oshkosh ..Marine Corps .............. 193 Boyd, Oshkosh ..Army.................... 172 Church. Oshkosh ..Xavy ......................951 9th. Oshkosh ..Army........... 1505 Superior Ave., Sheboygan .. Naval Reserve ......................... Berlin ..Army Nurse Corps........................Gillett ..Xavy..............................Green Lake ..Army............................ Fond du Lac ..Army Air Corps.......... 1227 12th, Green Bay ..Army ............................. Sister Bay ..Army............................X. Fond du Lac ..Army Air Corps .... 252 W. Xcw York. Oshkosh ..Army Air Corps ........................ Shawano ..Army................................ Winneconne ..Army Air Corps ...... 1630 W. Warren Blvd., Chicago, III. ..Army....................... Box 107. Fond du I-ac ...Xavy Air Corps......................Winneconne .. Army ............................... Footville ..Army Air Corps......23 j Cherry Ave.. Oshkosh . -WA CS ................ 70 Parkway. Oshkosh Army...................... 286 Merritt. Oshkosh . Xavy Antigc rmy Air Corps......... 5030 X. 31st. Milwaukee ..Army Air Corps......................... Pcshtigo ..Army......................... 720 Knapp. Oshkosh ..Army .................... 41 W. Irving. Oshkosh • •Xavy........................ 720 15th, Oshkosh ..Xavy Air Corps.......... 318 Wisconsin, Oshkosh • •Army....................... 385 Otter, Oshkosh ..Army.................... 137 Frankfort. Oshkosh ..Xavy...................... 266 Jackson. Oshkosh ..Army......................65 Parkway. Oshkosh For the duration, Oshkosh State Teachers College, come xchat way, can he counted on to do its full 'art in the tviir and by doing so, it will he keeping faith until those in the fighting forces and on the fighting fronts. Page one hundred fiveArmy Civilian Pilot Training GROUP ! Hail: Haw: Kenneth Gitmow. N'ccnah: Rogert Dela Hunt, Milwaukee; Kenneth Tiedke, Denmark; Elroy Roth. Milwaukee; Frank Beck. Chelsea, Vermont. Front Raw: Raymond Eichingcr. Oshkosh: Gail Castner, Wcdron, Illinois; Clyde Bliffert, Ladysmith; Robert Rathkamp, Wauwatosa. GROUP II Hack Raw: Mark Mulvanev. Milwaukee; Arthur East-berg. Menominee. Michigan; Herbert Tullgren, Milwaukee; Joseph Keyes. Fond du Lac; Ralph Cook. Xcshkoro. •’row Row: Edgar Runge. Milwaukee; l;rank Jackl. Menominee; Michigan; Ktdrcd Koodt, Nashville, Michigan; Milton Belun. Wau|«aca. GROUP III Hack Raw: Robert Baker. Milwaukee: Joseph Bloch, Kaukauna; Arthur Thompson, Milwaukee; Alexander Andraski, Milwaukee; Harvey Raidy, Pickett. Front Raw: Charles Lagcmann. Oshkosh: I-iwrence I)c Groot. Little Chute; Hickson Thompson, Tyndall. South Dakota; Gerald Hall, International Falls Minnesota. GROUP IV l.cft to Right: Richard Mueller. Madison; Ben Sullivan, Milwaukee; Richard Molhack, Waukegan. Illinois; rthur Merten . Oak Park. Illinois: David Hein, Madison: Harold Pipkorn, Hcrmansvillc, Michigan; Bernard Gessler. Milwaukee; Warren Kelly. Madison: Raymond Galcwski, South Milwaukee; Kenneth James, Milwaukee. in technique. Required in conjunction with elementary flight training were; academic preparation, military training and physical training. V The general objectives of the ground school course were to prepare trainees l oth mentally and physically for intensive pilot training in more advanced flight courses and to develop proficiency Page one hundred six Navy Civilian Pilot Training of the training was In-gun. If proved capable, trainees were ix-rmitted to make solo flights after eight hours of dual instruction. Upon satisfactory completion of this course, cadets were qualified for advanced training. After sufficient ground training, each cadet received at least 2 1 hours of dual instruction and a minimum of 1 2 hours of solo flying. Every student pilot received up to one hour of flight a day during go« d weather after this phase GROUP I Hack Rmv: Robert R. Hell. Kaukauna; Carroll Story, Burlington; Milton Pollnow. Oshkosh; Maurice Dcnissen. Green Bay; Carlton Buerger, Font! «lu I.ac. Front Rote: Norman Schmitz. Fond du Lac; James Bunten. Antigo; Donald Mclx-nnon. Appleton; Louis Zacherl. Fond du I-ac; Lloyd Calvy, Fond du I.ac. GROUP H Hack Hau1: Robert Gross. Fond du Lac: Robert Jones, Green Bay; Riley Solie, Appleton; Richard Johnson, Oshkosh. Front Row: Robert Frtl. Ncenah ; James Smith. Oshkosh ; Earl WolfT, Oshkosh; Stuart Strey. Oshkosh. Herbert Grunuald, Oshkosh; Francis Shaw. Fond du Lac. GROUP III Hack Rote: Robert Peck. Pittsville; Kenneth Rcdlin, Neenah; Merle Phalcn. Malone: Clarence Bcrgner, Manitowoc; John Clark. Green Bay. Front Row: Raymond Zelhofcr. Oshkosh; Karl Disch. Oshkosh; Nathan Braun. Foml du Lac; John Hot vedt, Nelsonville; Daniel Kuehl, Ncenah. GROUP IV Left to Right: David Hamines, Coleman; Rolx-rt Rogers, W'innctka. Illinois; Willard Schleicher. Gillctt; John Hantschcl. Appleton; Gilbert Schutzendorf. Oshkosh; Sidney Berg. Amherst Junction: Rolx-rt Hager, Elkhart. Indiana; Henry Grahowski. Coleman; Erwin Hornburg Jr.. Merrill; John Martin. Clintonville :_______________________________________ Page one hundred seven ■Bm- Navy and Marine Reserves ()shkosh State Teachers College offered to men enrolled the opportunity to enlist in one of the three branches of the armed forces of the United States — the Army, the Marine Corps, and the Navy. President Polk advised candidates for the Army, Mr. K. A. Clematis was in charge of applicants for the Marine Corps, and Dr. James I '. Duncan for the Navy. Kligible students who jxissed a physical examination and apjK-ared likely to Ik good Marine officer material comprised the Candidates Class for Commission. U. S. Marine Corps Reserve. These students are given a deferred Status until they have secured a bachelor's degree; then, after a sjiecial jxriod of training, receive a commission. Freshmen and sophomores enrolled in the Navy’s V-i plan may u|X n completion of this program sign for either V-5. flight training, or -7. deck officer training. Fnlistees with sjiecial aptitudes may change to either medicine or dentistry. V-1 is till open to liovs seventeen and eighteen years of age. MARINE CORPS K. Hilary Fanner. Oshkosh Frank Meyer. Marion James Pearson. Oshkosh NAVY RESERVE CORPS V-i Silas Anderson. Oshkosh W alter Evanson, Oshkosh W illiam Fell. Oshkosh Robert Kaufman, Fond du I ac Charles l-unb. Oshkosh John Novack. Oshkosh John Reddy. Oshkosh Richard Tegatz, Oshkosh Walter Tcmpas. Adell V-5 Floyd Dietzo, Oshkosh Stanley Hyde. Oshkosh Duane Ixuthold. Oshkosh Philip Stinemates. Waupaca William Thompson, Green Ray V-7 Robert Covey. Oshkosh George Luchko, Winneconne John Mates. Relmont Jerome McCormick. Seymour Robert Sitzlierger. Oshkosh Back Kmc: Jerome McCormick. Robert Sitzbcrger. Richard Tcgatz. K. Hilary Farmer. Front Kmc: William Fell. James Pearson. Robert Kaufman. Walter Evanson.Back Row: Ronald Jensen, Raymotul Below, Frank Thurk, Donald Bunker, Garfield Crawford, Janies Manion. Arthur Davy. James Marten. Second Row: James O'Brien. Merlin (lerretson, Gerald Nee.se, Donald Beyer, Julius Staerkel, Arthur Smith, Louis Kinzigcr, Floyd Davis. first Row: Raymou l Hartman, Hartwell Beiser, Donald McDonald. James Nelson. Lloyd Dustman, Charles Rolph, William Morrissey. David Lem. Freshmen and sophomores who qualified by examination, together with juniors and seniors who originally enlisted, conqiosed the Army Reserves. The men enlisted were to Ik- jK-rmitted to continue their college course until graduation it satisfactory college grades were maintained and if exigencies of the service permitted. However, liecause of the added need for manpower, a great many of the Reserves were called to active duty. ARMY AVIATION CADETS Donald Beyer. Fond du I McArthur Davcy. New Iwondon George Frye, Omro Ix-Roy Korh. Clintonville David Lem. Oshkosh James Manion. Oshkosh Hubert Monahan. Oshkosh James Nelson, Tomahawk Steven Pittler. Fond du Lac Charles Rolph, Oshkosh Arthur Smith, Oshkosh ARM Y RESERVFS—I' N ASSIGN FI) Hartwell Beiser. Ncenah Raymond Below. Oshkosh Homer Birdsall. Oshkosh John Brady, Fond du I McDonald Bunker. Oshkosh Guy Burr. Oshkosh Clyde Buschkopf. Juneau Floyd Davis. Oshkosh Richard Drebus. Oshkosh Lloyd Dustman. Oshkosh Thurman Fox. Oshkosh Merlin Gerretson, W'aupun Raymond Hartman. Oshkosh iMurence Heckel, Appleton Ronald Jensen. W aupaca Louis Kinziger. Pound John Luchsinger. Oshkosh James Marten. ()shkosh Milton McCoy. Fond du I McDonald McDonald. Fond du Imc William Morrissey. Waukau (ierald Neese. Kohler James O’Brien. Fond du Imc Delln-rt Phil|K tt. Omro Rolx-rt Sc-nsenbrenner. Menasba Julius Staerkel. Oshkosh Frank Stoll. Oshkosh Frank Thurk. Fond du Lac Roliert Yoight. W’aupun Roger Wingert, Sister Bay Arivn W’oIIenburg. Xshkosh A rmy Reserves Page one hundred nineTlu college has made splendid efforts toward preparedness. Students have l een busy making afghans to send to hospitals; societies, teachers, and students have aided in rationing and selling stamps; classes are being held to train students, teachers, and air raid wardens, in first aid. The seriousness of teacher training is being emphasized ; an emergency accelerated program has been set up. Nearly all of the few men remaining in college have enlisted in a military reserve, hour army and four navy groups were given training at the college under the Civilian Pilot Training course. Since the first part of April men in the army’s th College Training Detachment have been receiving training in the college. COLLEGE Page one hundred tenr ---:---------------- —TRAINING SCHOOL Teachers and pupils of the Training School are doing tlu-ir share in the preparedness program. All the grades have participated in the | ai er and tin can drives. They have achieved an excellent record in selling defense stamps. Boys have built model airplanes for instruction. Red Cross work- ers have been busy knitting and sewing for service men. Junior Red Cross hirst Aid classes have lx en held. The Training School has moved to the Administration Building so that the Training School building could be used as barracks for the men of the 96th College Training Detachment.96 th College Training Detachment (Air Crew) Left to rifiht: 2nd Lieut. R. M. Akin. 2nd I.ieut. R. C. Sewell, Lieut. (». M. Miles, Lieut. A. R. Coffee, Lieut. E. A. Houle, 2nd I.ieut. C. L. Johnson. OFFICERS Major Richard F. Hartman Commanding Orticer. Came April 17 hirst Lieutenant George X. Miles Commanding Officer. Transferred April 15 Second Lieutenant Robert M. Akin Adjutant Second Lieutenant Roy C. Sewell. Jr. Intelligence Orticer Second Lieutenant Calvin L. Johnson Personnel Orticer First Lieutenant Albert R. Coffee Supply Orticer Warrant Orticer (J.G.) Jerry H. Wallace Tactical Officer, Caine April 5 First Lieutenant Emile A. Houle Surgeon After O.S.T.C. was approved by the army for a pre-flight training course, a board of contractor , headed by Major Powell visited the college from March 14 to 16. at which time a contract was drawn up s| ccifying the space and facilities to Ik- turned over to the army for the duration. The necessary classrooms, physics laboratories, gymnasium, and the Training School building (for liar-racks) were reserved. About twenty members of the faculty, augmented by several new instructors, were designated to teach the new program. The Training School building was cleared completely except for manual training shops in the basement. The up|»cr three floors are devoted to sleeping quarters for the men; former classrooms and offices arc all filled with double deck beds. Each room has a long study table with chairs, ami long racks have been mounted above the blackboards for hanging up clothes and storing personal belongings. The auditorium is reserved as a study hall and the demonstration room is used for classes in military courtesy and hygiene. In the basement, the former domestic science room has been transformed into a kitchen with the most modern equipment ior preparing food ami a cafeteria style counter for serving it. The former cafeteria room and the old sewing room now are dining rooms large enough to seat two-hundred men at a time. The men are divided into five squadrons, lettered from A to E, ami including 80 men each. Each squadron is divided into Flight 1 ami Flight 2 with 40 men in each. Each flight has its program to follow. A typical day's schedule is as follows: MORNING 6:00 First call 6:05 Reveille 7 :U0 to 7:4() Breakfast 8:00 to 10:00 Physics laboratory 11 :00 Mathematics 12:00 Dinner AFTERNOON 1:00 Physics lecture 2:00 Supervised study 3:00 Either history. English or geography according to individual needs 4 :00 Military drill 5:00 Study 6:00 to 8:00 Free time except for supper 8:00 to 10:00 Study time 10:00 Lights out Inspections, ceremonies and drill arc held on Saturday, the only class living that in physical education. The first month of their stay the men have courses in military courtesy, hygiene, and medical first aid. During the las , month here, each flight has four hours of living per day at the airport. The original four-hundred men arrived early on March 28. The first contingent of eighty men to leave will de| art on May 22 and will be replaced on May 24 by eighty incoming men. As soon as the plan is completely under way. all of the men will remain on the campus for five mouths. Following their course here, they will proceed to advanced flight schools. Page one hundred tuvhe


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