University of Wisconsin River Falls - Meletean Yearbook (River Falls, WI)

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The 1952 MELETEAN Wisconsin State College Kiver falls, Wisconsin Volume 41STAFF EDITOR........... ASSOCIATE . . . BUSINESS MANAGER ARTIST.......... ARLENE PECHACEK . . LeROY STERN . . JOHN REQUE . . PAUL WILLINKN0 TH HALL Three N Offered for the first time this year at River Falls State College is the Bachelor of Arts degree, which was authorized by the state legislature in 1949 and the board of regents in 1951 to accommodate students who do not have an interest in teaching. The program is designed to give a liberal foundation for modern living, for further specialization in graduate schools, or to prepare the graduate to go directly into the field of work he has chosen. fmttr 1 » S 5»«« The Bachelor off Science degree Is granted to graduates who complete the four year course in professional education. The courses off study leading to the degree are planned to provide for every graduate a background off general education, specialized preparation in one or more academic fields, and professional training and clinical experience in teaching.Foreword In this forty-first volume of the Meletean, our purpose has not been to present In a new way the history of 1951-1952, but rather to leave you a record of what has happened at Wisconsin State College at River Falls in as vivid a form as possible. If it gives you an accurate reminder of this year's events then it has fulfilled its pur-Contents ADMINISTRATION......... CLASSES .... ............. ORGANIZATIONS............. ACTIVITIES................DEDICATION DR. CARLETON C. AMES It is to Dr. Corleton C. Ames, a true friend, a true scholar, and a capable yearbook adviser, that we dedicate this, the MELETEAN of Nineteen hundred and fifty-two. Eight"So be passed over, and all the trumpets sounded for him on the other side.” The Pilgrim's Progress John Bunyan 3n iflemoriam The col lego and community were shocked on Tuesday, the twenty-ninth of May, 1951 by the sudden dooth of Berger Kolberg. Mr. Kolberg attended River Falls State College and was graduated in 1935. He did postgraduate work at the University of Oregon, the University of Minnesota and the University of Wisconsin. After teoching chemistry at the River Falls High School for four years he accepted a position as line coach and chemistry teocher at River Falls State College in 1943. He will be remembered by all who knew him as an able teocher and coach ond a responsible citizen of the community. BERGER KOLBERGAdministrationDR. CHALMER DAVEE Regent BOARD OF REGENTS Harold G. Anderson, President Whitewater George Watson, ex-officio Madison Roy C. Davidson La Crosse Mrs. R. C. Eby Madison Wilson S. Delzell Stevens Point Elton S. Karrmann Platteville Mrs. Doris D. Marks Milwaukee Dr. Chalmer Davee River Falls W. D. McIntyre Eau Claire Frank W. Radford Oshkosh Dr. George N. Sundquist Superior Eugene McPhee Secretary TwelveDR. E. H. KLEINPELL THE PRESIDENT This issue of the Meletean, the first under the new name the Wisconsin State College at River Falls, reviews the high lights of another significant year in the history of the College. The physical plant has been enlarged. Hathorn Hall, the first dormitory to be constructed on the campus, is completed. By mid-summer work on the new $750,000 library should be well underway. A physical education and health building, a student union and a new campus school are all a part of the plans for the immediate future. The current year has also witnessed an expansion of the academic program. New majors and minors have been organized. The Arts degree has broadened the offerings of the College. Older established programs have been strengthened. As the following pages portray, the student body continues to uphold campus traditions and to maintain the academic stature that has characterized River Falls for many decades. Alumni and friends of the College can well be proud of their success. ThirteenDR. R. A. KARGES Vice-President MR. E. J. PRUCHA Registrar MISS MILDRED MITCHELL Dean of Women MR. B. J. ROZEHNAL Dean of Men MR. JOHN M. MAY Director Division of Agriculture DR. L. G. STONE Chairman Professional Division Faculty VIRGINIA AKINS Biology EARL G. ALBERT Physics CARLETON C. AMES History PHILIP S. ANDERSON Psychology Education CONSTANTIN APSOURI Geology Geography ADELE BLOOM Economics CLYDE B. CAMPBELL Teacher Training Agriculture FRANCIS P. CHISHOLM English FifteenFaculty BLANCHE DAVIS Speech CARRIE DORSEY Education ANN DUBBE Education WALTER ENGLER English CORA FARRELL College Nurse ROBERT FISLER Education RAY L. GARNETT Education WILFRED C. HARRIS Education SixteenFaculty MARION HAWKINS English Debate JOSEPH T. HOY Physical Education Director of Athletics NICHOLAS JADINAK Instrumental Music ARTHUR N. JOHNSON Agriculture RUSSELL JOHNSTON Education GLENN P. JUNKMAN Mathematics ERNST JURGENS German French RUDOLPH A. KARGES Chemistry Sovonto nFaculty BENJAMIN KETTELKAMP Zoology CHAUNCEY B. KING Vocal Music ROBERT KLINE Education OPAL A. KNOX Education LOUIS KOLLMEYER Art CATHARINE LIENEMAN Biology BERNARD MCCARTHY Social Science james j. McLaughlin Mathematics Eighteen Faculty MARILYN MARKEL Physical Education JOHN M. MAY Agriculture MILDRED MITCHELL Dean of Women JOHN G. MOSHER, JR. Geography VERA MOSS English ADELINE PATTON Education EDWARD J. PRUCHA Registrar Agriculture Nineteen B. J. ROZEHNAL Dean of Men Instrumental MusicFaculty A THEODORE SETTERQUIST Chemistry PHYLLIS SIMON Education L. GORDON STONE Psychology Education m THORVALD E. THORESON ■ - i in MELVIN WALL Agriculture ZELMA WHITTENBERG Education M. WAYNE WOLFE Journalism Spanish WALKER D. WYMAN History TwentyFaculty CARA WHARTON Piano Organ MARY BRADLEY Assistant Librarian AMY FULLER Assistant Librarian RHEA GIBSON Librarian OFFICE STAFF DAVISON AND WEST Twonly-oneOFFICE STAFF r Hjordis Anderson.............Deans' Secretary Alice Davison................Administrative Typist Naomi Hartmann...............Registrar's Secretary Ann Kolberg..................Registrar's Secretary Esther Murphy................Secretary, Training School Rosemary Nehmer..............Secretary, Registrar's office Stenographer, Veteran's Administration Leona O'Connor...............Stenographer Maureen Wallin...............Stenographer Ethel West...................Administrative Assistant MURPHYSenior Class GORDON ANDERSON Blair B. S. Agriculture Education, Science FFA 2, 3, 4; Student Veterans Association 4, Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities 4; Choir 2j "A Dumb Waiter" 4; Homecoming Committee 4. JOSEPH ANDERSON Pepin B. S. Physics, Mathematics, English Honor Society 2, 3, 4; Mathematics Club 2, 3, 4, President 4, YMCA 1, 2, 3; Glee Club » Intramural Sports 2, 3, 4; Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities 4. MARGARET ANDERSON Osceola B. S. English, Speech, History YWCA 1, 2; Masquers I, 2. 3. 4. Vice-oresidont 4; Alpha Psi Omega 3. 4, Vice-oresidont 4; CWA I, 2, 3. 4; Le Cerde Francois I, 2; Class Treasurer 1; Debate 4; 'Hamlet'' 3; "Romeo and Juliet" 4; Student Voice 3, 4; Social Committee 4; Band 1. RICHARD ARMSTRONG Mondovi B. S. Social Science, Speech, English Student Veterans Association I, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 2, President 3; Alpha Psi Omega 3, 4, President 4; Pi Kappa Delta I, 2, 3, 4; Toastmasters Club 3, 4; Intramural Sports I, 2, 3, 4; Debate I; "Three Men On A Horse" 3; "Good-by My Fancy" 3; "Hamlet" 3; "Romeo and Juliet" 4j "Good-by Again" director 3j Student Voice 4, Social Committee 3, 4. RONALD BACKES New London B. S. Agriculture Education, Science FFA 1, 2, 3, 4; Newman Club I, 2. 3, 4; Vice-president 3; Toastmasters Club 3, 4; Cheet Loader 3, 4; "The Male Animal" 2. JOHN BOWERS Hudson B. S. History, Physical Education, English Student Vetorans Association 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 2; Football I; Intramural Sports 1. BARBARA BURMAN Amery B. S. Elementary Education University of Wisconsin I; ACE 2, 3, 4, President 4j CWA 2, 3, 4; Sigma Chi Sigma 3, 4; Choir 3, 4,- Mixed Chorus 2. ROBERT CARLSON Bloomer B. S. Agriculture Education, Science FFA 1, 2, 3, 4; Toastmasters Club 3, 4; Football; Intramural Sports 1, 2; "Kantucky Kaboray" 2; Homecoming Committee 3.of 1952 CHARLES CONNELLY New Richmond A. B. Music ROBERT DeWITTE Hudson B. S. Chemistry, Mathematics, English Student Veterans Association 4. ROBERT CHESKY Hammond B. S. Agriculture Education, Science FFA I, 2, 3, 4. DELMAR DIETSCHE Bloomer B. S. Secondary Education MARY ECK South Fork, Penn. B. S. English, Science, Mathematics Newman Club 4; CWA 1, 2, 3, 4; Mathematics Club 1; WAA I, 2, 3, 4, Secretary-troasuror 3; Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities 4; "Fashion" 4; Winter Carnival Committee 4. WILLIAM COLLINS Hastings, Minnesota B. S. English, History, Spanish Newman Club I, 2, 3; Band 1; Meletean 3, 4; Student Voico 3, 4, Editor 4; Student Directory 3. ERWIN DOSCH Amery B. S. Physics, Mathematics, English YMCA 3, 4; Honor Society I, 2, 3, 4; Mathematics Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramural Sports 1, 2. CLIFFORD EHLERS Sturgeon Bay B. S. Biology Honor Society I, 2, 3, 4; Recreation club 3; Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4. Twenty-fiveSenior Class NORMAN ERICKSON Curtiss B. S. Agriculture Education, Science Northland College I; FFA I, 2, 3, 4; Student Veterans Association I, 2, 3, 4. ROY ESSER Campbellsport B. S. Agriculture Education, Science FFA 1, 2, 3, 4, Newman Club I, 2, 3, 4, President 4; Intramural Sports I, 2, 3, 4. FRANCIS FEIDT Almena B. S. Agriculture Education, Science FFA I, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4; Newman Club 4. ELAINE FICK Wilton B. S. Music, English, Spanish Honor Society 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice-president 2j YWCA I, 2; CWA I, 2, 3, 4; Sigma Chi Sigma 2, 3, 4, Vice-president 3, Treasurer 4; MENC 2, 3, 4; Class Treasurer 4; Band 3, 4; Choir I, 2, 3, 4; Mixed Chorus 3; Orchestra 2, 3; Meletean 2; Student Voico I; Student Senate 4; Who's Who in American Colleges and Univorsitios 4. CARVER FOUKES Amery B. S. Secondary Education University of Wisconsin I; Mathematics Club 3, 4, President 4j R Club 3, 4; Toastmasters Club 4, Treasurer 4; Basketball 3, 4; Football 3, 4; Intramural Sports 3, 4; Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities 4. GENE GILBERTSON Clear Lake B. S. Secondary Education DONALD GOODRICH River Falls B. S. Social Science, English, Science University of Minnesota 3; Honor Society I, 2, 4; Newman Club 1, 2; Student Veterans Association I, 2, 4, President 4. JACK HANSON Hudson B. S. English, Speech, Social Science Student Sonate 2, 3, 4, President 4; Debate I, 2, 3, 4; Oratory 2, 3, 4, Pi Kappa Delta 2, 3, 4; President 3, 4; Student Voice I, 2, 3, 4, Alpha Psii Omega 4; Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3, 4; First Flight 2; "Goodbye My Fane ' 3; Who's Who In American Colleges and Universities 4. Twenty-sixof 1952 OMAR HUBBARD Fort Atkinson B. S. Agriculture Education, Science ARTHUR JACOBSON Baldwin B. S. Agriculture Education, Science FFA 2, 3, 4; Student Veterans Association 4; Intramural sports 1. DONALD JACOBSON Hixton B. S. Elementary Education ACE I, 2, 3, 4; YMCA I, 2, 3, 4; Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3, 4. BEVERLY JENSON River Falls B. S. Elementary Education ACE I, 2, 3, 4; Sigma Chi .Sigma 3. 4; YWCA I, 2, 3, 4; CWA I, 2, 3, 4; Student Voice 3; Homecoming Attendant 4. BEVERLY ANN' JENSON River Falls B. S. Language Arts, French Newman Club I; Dancing Club I, 2; CWA I, 2, 3, 4; Le Cercle Francois 1, 2, President 2; Mele-tean I, 2, 3, 4; Student Voice I, 2, 3, 4; "A Dumb Woitor" 4j "Othello'' 3; Homecoming COmmitteo 4. JOSEPH JEVERT Foster, III. B. S. Secondary Education R Club 2, 3, 4; Football I, 2, 3, 4; Intramural Sports I, 2, 3, 4. AUDREY JOHNSON Stockholm B. S. Elementary Education ACE I, 2, 3, 4; YWCA I, 2, 3, 4, Vice-president 4; CWA 1, 2, 3, 4; Dancing Club 1, 2; Pollette Club 2; Prom Committee 3; "A Dumb Waiter" 4. BERNARD JOHNSON River Falls B. S. Elementary Education Twenty-sevenSenior Class DALE JOHNSON Stockholm B. S. Agriculture Education, Science FFA 1, 2, 3, 4; Student Veterans Association 1, 2. 3, 4; YMCA 1; Intramural Sports I, 2, 3, 4, Mixed Chorus 1; Student Senate I. WILLIS JOHNSON Blair B. S. Agriculture Education, Science CY KASTER St. Paul, Minn. B. S. Secondary Education JAMES KIERSTYN Grand Marsh B. S. Agriculture Education, Science Stevens Point State College and University of Wisconsin I; Newman Club I, 2, 3, 4; Toastmasters Club 3, 4, President 4; FFA 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 1, 2, 3; Homecoming Committee 2. IVAN KITTEL New Richmond B. S. Agriculture Education, Science FFA 2, 3, 4, President 4; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3, 4; "A Dumb Waiter" 4; Homecoming Committee 3; Prom Committee 3; Student Senate 4. DONALD La BERGE Ladysmith B. S. Agriculture Education, Science BERNARD LIUM. Barron A. B. Social Science, Economics, English YMCA 1, 2; Le Cercle Francois 1; Choir 1, 2. 3. 4; Glee Club I, 2; Mixed Chorus 2, 3i; Student Voice I; Homecoming Committee 4. ALICE LUCK Milwaukee B. S. Music, English Masquers I, 2, 3, 4, MENC 2, 3, 4; Choir I, 2, 3, 4; Mixed Chorus 2, 3; Orchestra 1, 2, 3; "Othello" 2; "Three Men on a Horse" 3 "Hamlet" 3; Student Voice 2, 3, 4. Twenty-eightof 1952 MARGIE LUND Woodville B. S. Social Science, Physical Education, English WAA 1, 2, 3, 4, President 3; Student Veterans Association 4; CWA I, 2, 3, 4; Recreation Club 3; Who's Who In American Colleges and Universities 4. HOWARD McCARTY New Auburn B. S. Agriculture Education, Science FFA I, 2, 3, 4; Secretary 4; Intramural Sports I, 2, 3, 4; Closs Vice-president 4. Leslie McKenzie A. B. St. Croix Falls Chemistry GEORGE MELBY Ettrick B. S. Agriculture Education Science DALE METCALF Greenwood B. S. Agriculture Education, Science FFA I, 2, 3, 4; Honor Society 4; Student Veterans Association I, 2, 3, 4,- Intramural Sports I, 2, 3, 4. ROBERT MEYER River Falls B. S. Agriculture Education, Science RAYMOND MILLER Prairie Farm B. S. Agriculture Education, Science University of Wisconsin Extension Division I; FFA 1, 2, 3, 4, YMCA 1, 2, 3, 4, President 4, Vice-president 3; Intramural Sports I. EDWIN MINOT Bruce B. S. Agriculture Education, Science University of Wisconsin Extension Division lj FFA I, 2, 3, 4; Newman Club 1, 2, 3; Student Veterans Association I, 2, 3, 4; Track I, 2; Intramural Sports I, 2, 3, 4. Twenty-nineSenior Class HAROLD MONETTE Bessemer, Mich. B. S. Biology, History, English Gogobic Junior College, Ironwood, Michigan I; Intramural Sports 3. ERNEST MOSBAEK Cable B. S. Agriculture Education, Science FFA I, 2. 3, 4, Honor Society 2, 3; YMCA I, 2, 3, 4; Student Senate 4, Treasurer 4; Class President 4; Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities 4. HARLAN NELSON Luck B. S. Agriculture Education, Science TENNY NEPRUD Boscobel B. S. Chemistry, Music, English MENC 2, 3, 4; Lo Cerde Francois I, 2, President 1; Intramural Sports 2, 3j Band I, 2, 3, 4j Choir 3, 4; Glee Club I; Mixed Chorus I, 2; Orchestra I, 2; Pep Band I, 2, 3. 4. NORMAN NOAH Greenwood B. S. Biology, Speech, English YMCA I. 2. 3. 4, Vice-president 2; Alpha Psi Omega 2, 3, 4, Vice-president 3, Secretary 4; Masquers I, 2, 3, 4, President 3; Treasurer 4; Toastmasters Club 3, 4; Dancing Club 2, Treasurer 2; Band I; Orchestra 1; "You Can't Take It With You" I; "Othello" 2, "The Male Animal" 2; "Discord" 2; "Three Men on a Horse" 3; "Hamlot" 3; "Goodbye My Fancy" 3; "Aladdin" 4; "Romeo and Juliet" 4. BEVERLY OLSON Turtle Lake B. S. Elementary Education ACE 2, 3. 4; WAA I. 2, 3, 4, Vice-president 3; YWCA I. 2, 3, 4; CWA I, 2, 3. 4; Palette Club I, 21 Prom Committee 3. EARL PASCHALL Forest Park, III. 5. S. Elementary Education ACE 4, FFA I, 2; Student Veterans Association I; Choir 4. JEROME PEABODY River Falls A. B. Social Science, Speech, Science University of Minnesota I, 2; International Relations Club 3; Newman Club 3, 4; Dancing Club 3; Toastmasters Club 3, 4, President 4; Mixed Chorus 3. Thirtyof 1952 HELEN PETERSON New Richmond B. S. Elementary Education ACE I, 2, 3, 4, Vice-president 3; YWCA 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice-president 2; Sigma Chi Sigma 2, 3, 4; CWA 1, 2, 3, 4, President 4; Mixed Chorus 2; Prom Committee 3; Winter Carnival Committee 4; Student Voice 3; Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities 4. GERALD PETERSON Spring Valley B. S. Elementary Education ACE 1, YMCA 2; Intramural Sports 1, 3. ROBERT PIERCE Boyd B. S. Science, Mathematics DWAYNE RASMUSSEN Amery B. S. Agriculture Education, Science FFA I, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 4; YMCA 2, 3; Gamma Delta 4; Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3, 4; Prom Committee 3; Homecoming Committee 4. JANET REED River Falls A. B. English, Economics, History CWA I, 2, 3, 4, WAA 1, 2, 3, 4; Student Voice 2, 3; First Flight 3. MARY LOU RILEY Ellsworth B. S. Biology, Mathematics, English Newman Club I, 2, 3, 4; CWA I, 2, 3, 4; Mathematics Club 4; Band I; Meletean 3, 4. BARBARA RONNINGEN River Falls B. S. Elementary Education ACE 1, 2, 3, 4; YWCA 1, 2, 3, 4, CWA 1, 2, 3. 4; Dancing Club 2, Student Voice 3, 4j Prom Committee 3; Homecoming Committee 1, 2, 4. FRANK ROSKOS Independence B. S. Agriculture Education, Science Thirty-oneSenior Class ALLAN RYDMARK Ladysmith B. S. Agriculture Education, Science ARNOLD SCHULTZ B. S. Social Science, Biology, English Toastmcutori Club 3, 4; President 3; Student Veterons Associations 1. 2, 3, 4; Intramural Sports I. 2, 3, 4j "Goodbye Again" 3. JOHN SHIELD River Falls B. S. Secondary Education R Club 2. 3, 4, Football 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball I, 2. HUBERT SMITH River Falls B. S. Agriculture Education, Science JOYCE STAPLETON River Falls B. S. English, History, Spanish Honor Society I, 2, 3, 4s Newman Club I, 2, 3; CWA I, 2, 3, 4; Dancing Club 2. 3; Melo-tean 3, 4, Editor 3; Student Voice I, 2, 4; Homecoming Committee 4; Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities 4. LEROY STERN Hastings, Minn. B. S. English, Art, Speech Newman Club I, 2; Masquers I, 2; Alpha Psi Omega 4j Palette Club I, 2, President 2; Cheer-loading 4; Mixed Chorus 2; Meleteon 2, 3, 4, Editor 3; Student Voice 1, 2, 3. 4.- First Flight 2; Prom Committee 3; Homecoming Committee 4; "You Con't Take It With You" 1; "The Mole Animal" 2; "Othello" 3; "A Dumb Waiter" 4. DONALD STIEHM Catawba B. S. Elementary Education SIGURD SWANSON Mason B. S. Chemistry, Mathematics Mathematics Club 2, 3, 4; Toastmasters Club A, Class President 3; Intramural Sports I, 2. Thirty-twoof 1952 ROBERT THORSON Blair B. S. Science, Mathematics, English YMCA I, 2, 3, 4; Mathematics Club 1, 2; Student Veterans Association I, 2, 3, 4; Intramural Sports I, 2, 3, 4. IRENE TILLER Menomonie B. S. English, Physical Education, History The Stout Institute I, 2; WAA 4, Secretary 4; Class Secretary 4. WILLIAM TILSNER St. Paul, Minn. B. S. Elementary Education DONALD TORGERSON Stoughton B. S. Biology, Physical Education, English Honor Society 2, 3, 4; Toastmasters Club 3. 4, President 4j Student Veterans Association I, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4; Gamma Delta 3, 4; President 4; Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3, 4. DONALD TREWARTHA Neillsville A. B. Biology, English Intramural Soprts I, 2, 3, 4; Student Voice I, 2, 3, 4; Assistant Editor 4; Homecoming Committee 2, 3, 4, Chairman 4; Prom Committee 3; Winter Carnival 2. JOHN ULANDER Boyd B. S. Agriculture Education, Science FFA I, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 4; Newman Club 1, 2j Student Veterans Association 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3, 4. JOHN VALIGA River Falls B. S. Agriculture Education, Science RICHARD VILSTRUP Luck B. S. Agriculture Education, Science Superior State College 1; FFA 2, 3, 4; Honor Society 2, 3, 4, President 3; Pi Kappa Delta 3, 4, President 3; Student Vetorons Association 3; Intramural Sports 2, 3; Debate 2, 3; Oratory 2, 3, 4; Student Sonate 4; Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities 4. Thirty-threeSenior Class of 1952 PETER WAUENDAL Waupun B. S. Agriculture Education, Science FFA 1, 2, 3, 4, YMCA 2. 3; Dancing Club 2, 3; Intramural Sporti I, 2, 3, 4j Football I, 2; "Discord" 2; Molotoan 2, 3, 4. VIRGINIA WEATHERHEAD New Richmond B. S. History, English, French YWCA 1, 2; Dancing Club 2, 3; "Goodbye My Fancy" 3, "Ghosts" 3; "Aladdin" 4. HARLEY HARKNESS Danbury B. S. Elementary Education Class President I; Student Senate 1, 2; R Club 2, 3, 4; Baseball I, 2, 3; Basketball 2, 3, 4; Football I, 2, 3, 4« Mixed Chorus 2. SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS ERNEST MOSBAEK . ■ HOWARD McCARTY -IRENE TILLER . - ■ • ARNOLD JOHNSON. . . . . . President . . . . Vice-president . . . . Secretary . . . . Treasurer Thirty-four1952 Rural Graduates MARLYS BOLIN DONNA BARINGER MARJORIE HOLLERUD Bay City Red Wing, Minn. Glenwood City EVELYN LARSON Baldwin LOIS LARSON River Falls LORRAINE LODERMEIER Amery PATRICIA NELSON JANE PLUMB KENNETH ROEN LORRAINE RUDESILL AUDREY SCHWEIZER ALICE SOMMERFELD FLORA WOODRUFF ADELINE ULSRUD BONITA YOUNG Stillwater, Minn. St. Paul, Minn. River Falls Baldwin River Falls Chippewa Falls Chippewa Falls River Falls Ellsworth Thirty-fivffJunior Class JEAN ALIIE Secondary Elltworth KENNETH AMES Secondary River Folk RONALD AMES Secondary Elliworth WILLIAM AMUNDSON Elementary Prairie Form DELBERT ANDERSON Secondary Stockholm JAMES ASHLEY Elementary Chippewa Falk JEAN BJORNSON Elementary Stanley JO ANN BJORNSTAD Elementary Elkworth CHARLES BRAUN Agriculture Sarona JAMES CHAFFEE Agriculture Menomonie JUNE CLARK Elementary Otceola ELEANOR DAVIS Elementary Spring Valley RUTH DAVIS Elementary Spring Valley CAROL DOFFING Secondary River Falk DALE DOPKINS Elementary River Falk EDGAR DROGEMULLER Agriculture Preston, Minn. GERALD EASTON Agriculture Footville ROBERT ERICKSON Secondary Clear Lake WILBUR FALKENTHAL Secondary Cumberland LLOYD FELTES Agriculture Arcodla MARILYN FIEDLER Elementary Prescott Thirty-six II°J JBA!8 AiDpuojoj S3NOf VNNOQ XiMuy AiD|UMU»|3 . 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McLaughlin Bernard L. McCarthy President Vice President Secretary Treasurer Advisers FortyPROPOSED LIBRARY The Board of Regents has allocated $750,000 for the construction of the new library at River Falls State College which will begin in June, 1952. The building is to go on South Campus, north of the tennis court with the front facing west toward South Hall and the rear facing fourth street. Forty-oneSophomore Class BARBARA AABY Elementary Woodville CAROL ANDERSON Secondary Clayton CHARLES ANDERSON Agriculture Eau Claire ROBERT ANDERSON Elementary Lewis PAUL BECKEL Agriculture Kasota, Minn. STANLEY BERGUM Agriculture Wheeler DAISY BOE Elementary Deer Park ARCHIBALD BOURNE Agriculture Durand RAYMOND BUCHEGER Agriculture Butternut JUAN CARO Rio Grande, Texas Agriculture JEAN CATURIA Elementary Plum City JAMES CERELLO Secondary Stillwater, Minn. PHILIP CHRISTIANSON Pre-Professional Augusta RAYMOND CZECH Elementary Thorp BEULAH DAHLBERG Secondary Frederic MARGERY DEANS Secondary Hammond HELEN WERNER Elementary Weston HAROLD ERICKSON Secondary Aniwa THELMA ERICKSON Liberal Arts Hudson DONALD FICK Liberal' Arts Wilton JOHN FOSS Agriculture Eltrickof 1952 JOHN GEHN Secondary Elmwood LAWTON GENTRY Agriculture River Falls JACKIE GREENE Elementary River Falls ROBERT GUEIDNER Secondary Spring Valley MARY JANE HAESSIY Elementary Ellsworth CLIFTON HARMANN Aaricultur Algoma MARGARET HEIMER Secondary Plymouth DOROTHY INGLIS Elementary River Falls GAYLE JACOBSON Pre-Professional Woodville GERALD KAPAUN Unclassified Hudson MARJORIE KATNER Elementary Hudson DONALD LANDBERG Pre-Professional Glenwood City BERKLEY LARSON Pre-Professional Frederic RICHARD LEIS Agriculture Cash ton PATRICIA McCOLLOW Elementary River Falb ARLENE MILLER Elementary Maiden Rock GERALD MOTT Secondary Frederic ALLEN NELSON Agriculture Plum City CHARLES NELSON Unclassified Hudson LORRAINE NORDBY Secondary Prairie Farm JOHN OEDSMA Agriculture Golesville Forty-threeSophomore Class HAROLD OLSON Elementary River Falls RUEBEN PATRIKUS Agriculture Clintonville TED PECHACEK Secondary River Falls LAWRENCE PEDERSON Pre-Professional Cumberland MARILYN PETERSON Elementary Maiden Rock WILLIAM PICKERIGN Agriculture Eau Claire DELMAR POLZIN Agriculture Bloomer JARVIS PRATT Bradford, Vermont Pre-Professional ED RINDFIEISCH Elementary Mosinee JEROME RIVARD Pre-Professional Clear Lake JOHN ROMUNDSON Aqriculture Amherst NICK ROSANDICK Agriculture Gran ton ARDIS ROZEHNAL Unclassified River Falb RITA RUEMMELE Elementary Hudson JAMES RUPERT Secondary River Falb JUUANN RYAN Elementary Hudson DONNA SAMMONS Elementary Oshkosh JAMES SAXTON Secondary Alma RAYMOND SCHOFIELD Pre-Professional Chetek MARLYN SEEHAFER Agriculture Marshfield ROBERT SEVERSON Agriculture Eau Claire Forty-fourof 1952 V. PATRICIA SHEFFIELD Secondary New Auburp HARLAN SIEBRECHT Elementary Amery EVEREST SONSALLA Agriculture Arcadia CAROLYN STYER Elementary Menomonie EUGENE SV ANSON Secondary Hager City CORINNE TANDBERG Pre-Professional Wanderoos GENEVIEVE THANNUM Elementary Hayward OEAN THORNE Elementary Reedsburg JOANNE TURNER Unclassified Hammond LARRY VOLLRATH Secondary Greenwood PAUL WEBSTER Unclassified Ellsworth BETTY WISKERCHEN Secondary Pepin MARVIN FAIT Auburndale Agriculture CLASS OFFICERS John Gehn Jackie Greene Carolyn Styer Don Krause President Vice President Secretary Treasurer Forty-fiveFreshman Class JEAN ADRIAN Secondary Chippewa Falb MARY ALDEN Elementary El Paso ALLAN ANDERSON Secondary Granlsburg JERRY ANDERSON Agriculture Deronda RICHARD AUKEMA Secondary Bay CHy HALBERT BELT Elementory Warrens JANIS BENSON Unclauilled River Foils MERLE BERGREN Unclassified Amery KONVAL BERGUM Agriculture Wheeler JOAN BINKOWSKI Rural Elmwood PAUL BLADL Agriculture Owen LA VERNE BOLL Unclassified Plymouth EDWARD BOODY Unclassified Hudson HELEN BOSMAN Elementary Princeton GLORIS BUCKNER Elementory Clear Lake JOHN BURT Agriculture Independence DONALD CAREW Unclassified Ekho CLEUND COOK Unclassified Luck JOHN DAVEE Unclassified River Falls HELEN DAVIS Elementary Spring Valley BEVERLY DE NUCCI Elementory Roberts Forty-sixof 1952 ELON DE SMITH Baldwin Unclassified BURT DEVINE Agriculture Withee SALLY DICKINSON Secondary Hudson NORMA DIERKS Secondary Comstock MARY DOOLITTLE Elementary River Falls ALFRED DU BOIS Unclassified Chetek ROBERT EASTON Secondary ALLEN ERICKSON Unclassified FAITH ERICKSON Unclassified Footville Grantsburg Birnamwood PAUL FELSHEIM Arcadia Unclassified PATRICIA FISHER Thorp Rural ERVIN GAY Owen Agriculture DONALD GETSCHEL Osceola Unclassified JAMES GLENZINSKI Dodge Agriculture JANET GORRES Amery Rural WALTER GRABON Thorp Unclassified RICHARD GRANUM Holmen Agriculture JOSEPH GREGORICH Greenwood Agriculture MARY GRINLEY Elementary MARILYN HAGLUND Rural DORA HAHN Unclassified Woodville Maiden Rock Humbird Forty-sevenFreshman Class ROGER HAMMER Howfcim Unclassified IIABEILE HANSON Owr Pork Rural JOAN HANSON Durand Elementary SHIRLEY HARRISON Baldwin Unclassified HAROLD HECK Mondavi Agriculture JOHN HENDRICKSON Barren Unclassified CLARK HUSTON Unclassified GRACE HUTCHINS Unclassified EUGENE ISAACSON Unclassified Borran River Palls Baldwin JOYCE JACOBSON Elementary FRANK JANISCH Unclassified MERLE JARCHOW Agriculture Ridjeksnd Alma Center New Richmond LYLE JOHNSON Unclassified KENNETH KEEHN Unclassified ROBERT KOENIG Secondary River Falls Boyd Chetek JEANNINE KUHN Elementary BARBARA LADD Rural IDA LARSON Rural Wilson Barranett River Falls STANLEY LEHMAN Agriculture ROGER I EXVOID Pre-Professional RICHARD LUCKWAIDT Secondary Mondovi Glen wood CHy Baldwin Forty-eightof 1952 MARJORIE LUNDGREN Elcmcntory Bruco ERNA MATSON Elementary Wilson BIRDEllE LYSDAHL Elementary Owen KATHLEEN MILLER Elementary Clayton JANICE MOEN Elementary Prairie Farm MARVIN MOY Agriculture Mondovi MARY MURPHY Secondary Ellsworth MILDRED NARLOCK Elementary lola JOHN NELSON Unclassified Star Prairie GERALD NEWVILLE Agriculture Cloar Lake HERBERT NICKEL Unclassified Granton JOAN NICKLEBY Unclassified Hudson WILLARD OLSEN Unclassified Tomah MARILYN OSTNESS Elementary River Foils DALE OWEN Unclassified Durand PHYLLIS PABST Elementary Clayton BARBARA PALEW1CZ Unclassified Glenwood City DONALD PEHLER Agriculture Arcadia AUDREY PETERSON Elementary Hudson GERALD PETERSON Unclassified New Richmond LEE PORTER Secondary WheelerFreshman Class DONALD RICHARDS Unclassified River Falls CLAIR RICHARDSON Pre-Professional Watertown WILLIAM ROBINSON Agriculture Milwaukee RICHARD ROZEHNAL Unclassified River Falls TROY RUDESILL Unclassified Baldwin RICHARD RUESCH Unclassified Medford DARLENE RUHNKE Elementary Hastings, Minni CAROL RUNDHAMMER Elementary Star Prairie GEORGIA RUSSELL Elementary Downing DORIS SCHAFFER Elementary Clayton LAVERN SCHIER Agriculture Granton KENNETH SCHUMACHER Cashton Unclassified LEROY SCHWAN Osceola Secondary RICHARD SEEKAMP Baldwin Secondary ANTON SENDELBACH Cochrane Agriculture JOY SEYFORTH Elementary RICHARD SHIMEK Unclassified ELDON SKOGEN Agriculture Ellsworth Chippewa Falls Tomah JO ANN SLATER Hudson Elementary I LA SMITH Glenwood City Elementary GERALD SODERBERG Thorp UnclassifiedSpooner of 1952 DONALD SOHOLT Agriculture ANN SORENSON Spring Valley Elementary SHIRLEY STEHR Balsam Lake Elementary DONALD STEINMETZ Agriculture Bloomer RODNEY STONE Unclassified River Falls VERNON STONE Agriculture Amery ROBERT STRAIN Secondary Baldwin JANET THODE Secondary Amery ARDIS THOMPSON Glenwood City Elementary LOUISE THOMPSON Secondary MARIAN THOMPSON Elementary JAMES TILLY Secondary Hammond Ellsworth Fond du Lac RAY TODD Unclassified Shell Lako ALLAN UPTON Black River Falls Elementary RUSSELL UTGARD Star Prairie Agriculture ARLAN VANDEWATER Agriculture HERBERT VOSS Secondary MARIAN WALLESVERD Unclassified Holmen Sheboygan Wilson JAY WARD Durand Unclassified RICHARD WELLS River Falls Unclassified JANET WENSTAD Elementary Star PrairieFreshman Class of 1952 SUSAN WIFF Elementary CHARLOTTE WILCOX Elementary ROBOT WOOD Unclassified J. BRYANT WYMAN Unclassified DONALD ZIMMERMAN Unclassified HENRY ZYCH Unclassified CLASS OFFICERS J. Bryant Wyman Robert Easton Marjarie Lundgren Patricia Fisher President Vice President Secretary Treasurer Spring Volley Balsam Lake Spring Volley River Foils Fond du lac Beardsley, Minn. Fifty twoOrganizationsStanding: Harkntu, Gohn, Mosbaok S«aUd: WoHerborg, Kltfol, Allie, Hanton, Doan,, Wyman, Flck, Kniofl. THE STUDENT SENATE OFFICERS Jack Hanson President Roger Knleff Vice President Jean Allie Secretary Ernie Mosbaek Treasurer MEMBERS Joan Alllo Jack Haiuon Kon Nohmor Morgory Doans Roger Knleff Duane Weiterborg Elaine Pick Ivan Klttel J. Bryant Wyman. John Gehn Ernie Mosbaek The student governing body ot River Falls State College is the Student Senate, consisting of eleven members, seven of which are nominated and elected in May by the entire student body. The other members are the presidents of the classes. The Student Senate acts as a representative body to present students' needs and desires. The aims of the Senate are to promote the best interests of the college and to develop a spirit of co-operation and good fellowship throughout the school. The editors of the Student Voice and the Meletean are elected by the Student Senate from nominations made by advisers of these publications. Fifty-fourSeated: Bjornstad, Swenson, Hoglund, Aebly, Anderson Standing: Armstrong, Lara my, Sckoedel THE SOCIAL COMMITTEE Marian Aobly Margaret Anderson Dick Armstrong MEMBERS Jo Ann Biornstcd Don Schoedei Dick Laramy Lois Swenson Marilyn Hoglund The Social Committee is a sub-committee of the Student Senate. It makes the arrangements for and takes charge of social functions throughout the year. Every function must be approved by this committee. Members of the Social Committee are appointed by the Student Senate. More dances in the gymnasium have been promoted by the committee this year, and the cafeteria dances on Wednesday nights have been revived. ciftv-fiveSilling: Nelson, Ruommolc, McCollow, Pechacok, Jenson, Stapleton, Ames. Standing: Sommerfeld, Bjornstad, Stern, Ruhnke, Theis, Alden, Collins, Narlock. THE 1952 MELETEAN Editor Associate Business Manager Sports Editor Art Work Faculty Organizations Classes Seniors Juniors Sophomores Freshmen Agriculture Debate Music Photography Layout Typist Faculty Adviser ' Arlene Pechacek Leroy Stern John Reque Robert Doolittle Paul Willink Rita Ruemmele, Pat McCollow Audrey Swenson, Mary Shannon Leroy Stern Beverly Gaard, Germaine Steen Alice Sommerfeld Mary Alden, Darlene Ruhnke Herbert Tauchen Jean Allie Eunice Marking Clifton Harmann Joyce Stapleton, Bill Collins Patrick Ferguson Dr. Carleton C. Ames Filly sixSealed: Luck, Stapleton, Jenson, Collins, Trewartha, Hanson, Wolfe (adviser) Standing: Stern, Anderson, Theis, Newville, Ruhnke, Alden, Aobly, Peterson, Geraets, Nelson. Editor Business Manager Sports Editor Feature Writers Reporters Sports Writers Photographers Circulation Proofreader Adviser THE STUDENT VOICE Bill Collins Beverly Ann Jenson Bob Doolittle John Reque Don Trewartha Jack Hanson Mary Eck Marian Aebly Alice Luck Les Newville John Reque Pat Tobin Gladys Sigvaldson John Bowers Wayne Otto Berkley Larson George Theis Virginia Thompson Carl Sharp Clarence Wild Clifton Harmann George Theis Marilyn Peterson Gayle Jacobson Pat Nelson LeRoy Stern Wayne Wolfe Fifty-sevenSeated: Davoo, Noah, Kirkoong. Miller, Schmidt, OUon, Anderson, Thorne. Standing: Mosbaek, Aukema, Hubbard, Molby, Johnson, Nowvillo, Ward, Vollrath, Erickson, Un- norud, Rupert. YOUNG MEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION OFFICERS Raymond Miller Alf Kirkeeng Keith Schmidt Lawrence Pederson Bernard L. McCarthy Wayne Wolfe President Vice President Secretary Treasurer Advisers CABINET MEMBERS Goorge Mel by Ernest Mosbaek Norman Noah Larry Vollrath Alf Kirkeeng Raymond Miller Keith Schmidt Lawrence Pederson Allan Erickson Willis Johnson Tom Ingham YMCA activities began this year with the freshman mixer, which was sponsored |ointly with the YMCA and the Newman Club. The group next sponsored "Y" day, which is essentially a membership drive to Introduce new members to the YM. Other activities of the YMCA this year Included the Joint sponsorship with the YW of the WSSF drive. Thanksgiving, Christmas, and Easter services at local churches, and |oint meetings with the YW to discuss marriage and courtship problems. Fifly-olgh!Sealedi H. Peterson, C. Anderson, Smith, R. Davis, A. Johnson, Deans, L. Wiff, Thannum, Tandberg, Wilcox, Steehr, Ruhnke, Dickenson. 2nd rowi A. Peterson Russell, S. Wlft, Seyforth, Haglund, I. Hanson, Dlerks, Pabst, Rundliommsr, Wen stod, C. Anderson, E. Davis, Bjornstad, Sammons, Lundgren, Miller, Benson. 3rd row: Martaloek, Thompson, Madson, Moen, Kuhn, Dahlberg, Kreuiiger, Hahn, Slater, Buckner, Dletiler, Akins (adviser), H. Davis. YOUNG WOMEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION OFFICERS Lavona Wiff Audrey Johnson Mabel Peterson Margery Deans Dr. Virginia Akins Mrs. John Fritzmeier Miss Irma Hathorn Miss Phyllis Simon CABINET Flora Woodruff Donna Jones Gen Thannum Audrey Swenson Corinnc Tandborg Ruth Davis President Vice President Secretary Treasurer Advisers Donna Boringer Delores Krouzlgor Carol Anderson YWCA activities at River Falls this year began with "Y" day shortly after school began. According to tradition, the YW sponsored the Big-and-LIttle-Slster Tea, the candlelight dedication service, a series of Bible studies, and the Puff-Pant Prom. The YW worked jointly with the YM on many projects, which Included Vesper Services at Thanksgiving, Christmas, and Easter, the Homecoming float, the Christmas Formal, and the WSSF drive In January. Fifly ninoSeated] Haossly, Potorson, Ruommolo, Eiiar, Slyer, Goraets, Bosnian, McCoIIow. 2nd Row: Kiorstyn, Atbly, Lodormoior, Nelson, Fisher, Feidt, Murphy, Wiskerchen, DeNueci, Ryan. Thode. Backes, Flsler (adviser). 3rd Row: Cxech, Roskos, J. Murphy, Feltes, Shannon, Riley, Eck, Bechel, Schwan, Norlock. Voliga. THE NEWMAN CLUB Roy Esser Carolyn Slyer Annette Geraets Rita Ruemmele Mr. Robert Fisler Rev. Henry G. Shaney Rev. Phillip Stack President Vice President Secretary Treasurer Adviser Chaplins The purposes of Newman Clubs at non-Catholk schools or colleges are to supplement the work of secular instruction, to give the Catholic students an opportunity to come together and to guide their spiritual, religious, and social life. The Newman Club fosters a spirit of peace, harmony, and fellowship on the campus. Activities of the Newman Club include meetings on the second and fourth Tuesdays of each month, communion breakfasts and retreats once a term, holy hour once a month, business meetings by the council twice a month, and social meetings once a month. SixtySeated: Touched, Sclioodol, Johnson. Standing: Buchholli, Postlor, Erickson, Groenqulst, Praodrich, Rosmuuon, Amci, Thaldorf. GAMMA DELTA OFFICERS Royal Fraedrich President Wayne Otto Vice President Stan Lehman Secretary Harold Heck Treasurer The purpose of the local chapter of Gamma Delta is to learn and disseminate Christian knowledge and to improve relationships with other colleges throughout the country. Gamma Delta, a fraternal organization of Synodical Conference Lutheran students on college campuses, was formed at River Falls In 1950. It maintains headquarters at its house on South Fourth street. Sixly-onoFirst row: Schmidt, Nelson, Harkness, Easton, Braun, Soderberg. Second row: Veilh Huff, Barlow, Foukes, Miller, Czech, Rudesill. Third row: Minot, Voss, Murphy, Weber, Wood, Oedsma, Laufonborg. "R" CLUB The "R" club is made up of men who have received letters in competitive sports at River Falls. The group runs the concessions at all football and basketball games and participates in various other campus activities. Letter Awards — 1951 - 52 Football Spring Sports Basketball Charles Braun Willard Morgan Roger Kuss Jerry Easton Bud Fossen Jack Shield Carver Foukes Keith Riley Carver Foukes Horley Harkness Glen Hanson Roy Czech Horry Laufenberg Bob Salmon Jim Belisle Manning LeClair Don Barlow Don Barlow Larry Miller Howard Matthias Zeke Wells Clair Murphy Harlan Nelson Bob Williams John Oedsma Dale Kannel Don Fick Bob Onstad Clyde Weber Jim Saxton Jerry Route Bob Houg Troy Rudesill Vern Steinmetz George Schneider Howard Cox Jock Shield Art Jevert Jerry Soderberg Eldon Hight Vern Steinmetz George Stout Don Veith Bill Huff Herb Voss Don Veith Bob Wood Norman Parker John Oedsma Reuben Kaiser Hugo Leider Chuck Beaver Eric Von Schweinitz Bob Bernet Dean Wilkins John Mills Sixty-twoSeated: Seyforth, Alii , Tiller, Jones, Clark, Olson, Larson. 2nd Row: Murphy, Lund, Shannon, Hammelman, Eek, Bjomstad, Boo, Fisher, Dickenson, lysdahl. WOMEN'S ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION Carol Jones June Clark Jean Allie Beverly Gaard Marilyn Markel OFFICERS President Vice President Secretary Treasurer Adviser The women's athletic association forms the nucleus which directs the Intramural sports activities and carries on an active sports program throughout the year for women. WAA encourages several individual sports. Members are given points for participation In sports. SixtylhiccSoalcd: Sommarfo'd, Thorne, Nolton, La ton, Ladd, 8oe. Unnorvd, Baringcr, Larson. 2nd Row: Woodruff, Slopltlon, Jonson, Anderson, Erickson, Rupert, Olson, Fisher, Bolin. FALCONAIRE DANCING CLUB OFFICERS Daisy Boe Donna Jones Ardell Linnerud Delores Kreuziger President Vice President Secretary Treasurer Purpose of the Falconaire Dancing Club is to give students an opportunity to leorn and practice international dances. The students have the chance to teach and coll folk dances. Sixlv-’oirSoalodt McCollow, Anderson, Ryan, Mulhollam, Flck, Doans, Burman, Holmcr. Standing: Foster, Roemmele, Olson, B. Jenson, Stapleton, B. A. Jenson, Wiskerchen, Dopklns, Allle, Bjornstad, Oeraels, Peterson, SIGMA CHI SIGMA Olive Mulhollam Mary Shannon Jean Bjornson Elaine Fick Mrs. E. H. Kleinpell Mrs. C B. King Miss Vera Moss OFFICERS President Vice President Secretary Treasurer Advisers Sigma Chi Sigma is an honorary sorority for four-year women students promoting service, culture, and sociability among its members. Members are chosen on the basis of scholastc achievement plus high personal qualifications. Of prime importance among Sigma's annual activities is the awarding of the Sigma Chi Sigma scholarship to a worthy freshman girl who is a four-year student. Sixty.fi voSeated: Popkins, Wealhorheod, Erickson, Anderson, Ross, Noah, Deans, Sammons. Standingi Davis (advisor). Luck, Russell, Kreuziger, Granum, Jenson, Usock, Wiskerchcn, Tweit. MASQUERS President Vice President Secretary Treasurer Adviser MASQUERS The Masquers' organization, founded in 1928, is now completing its twenty-fourth successful year. Objective of the group is to further interest in dramatics, to keep its members informed as to what is being done in the field of present-day dramatics, and to give each member an opportunity to appear in plays as well as to direct them ond work on staging. In the fall the Masquers presented "Aladdin and the Wonderful Lamp." "Romeo and Juliet" was the winter production, and "Winterset", and "The Com Is Green" were given during the spring term. OFFICERS Peter Russ Margaret Anderson Thelma Erickson Norman Noah Dr. Blanche Davis Sixty-sixSoalodt Davit (advisor), Andonon, Armstrong, Amos (advisor), Twoil Standing i Noah, Russ, ALPHA PSI OMEGA OFFICERS Richard Armstrong Margaret Anderson Norman Noah Dr. Carleton C. Ames President Vice President Secretary-Treasurer Advisers Dr. Blanche Davis Alpha Psi Omega is a national honorary dramatic fraternity for those doing a high standard of work in dramatics. It provides a wider fellowship hr students interested in the college theatre. Membership In Alpha Psi Omega is determined by points earned by activity In plays, such as portraying major and minor roles, assistant directing, heading technical committees, prompting, working on stage crews, and serving as officers In Masquers, the college dramatic society. Sixty-sevenSuolo lt Boll, Aobty, Andorion, Helmer, Tauchon; 2nd Rows Howkin . Amundson, Gw—. Thompion, Noah, liaacion, Dopklns; 3rd Row: Aukema, Ingham, Lolzapoppa, Allio, Froodrich, Tandberg, Hanton. DEBATE Question: "Resolved that the federal government should adopt a permanent program of price and wage control." The purpose of forensic activities is to stimulate progress and Interest in debate, oratory, extemporaneous speaking, and discussion. BRADLEY UNIVERSITY, Peoria, Illinois, speech meet. Heather Dopkins and Jack Hanson, affirmative team, won 3 out of 4 debates and received an "excellent rating." Marion Aebly and Royal Fraedich, negative team, lost 2 out of 2 debates. Margaret Helmer and Royal Fraedich, negative team won 1 out of 2 debates. "B" Invitational Tournament, River Falls State College. Eight colleges and universities representing Wisconsin and Minnesota participated, supplying a total of 29 teams. The U. of Minn, won the trophy. Jean Allio ploced third on the all-tournament team. River Falls debaters were: Louise Thompson, Richard Aukema, Eugene Isaacson, Jerry Anderson, Corine Tandberg, Royal Froe- dich, Jean Allie, Norman Noah, Richard Granum, Halbert Belt, James Cerello, and Thomas Ingham. Annual Speech Meet, Eau Claire State College. Marion Aebly and Jean Allie won 4 out of 4 debates and received a total score of 59 points. Eugene Isaacson and Herbert Tauchen won and lost 2 debates, earning 44 points. Richard Aukema, and Royal Fraedich won 1 and lost 3 debated, receiving 57 points. Heather Dopkins and Margaret Helmer won 2 and lost 2 debates, earning 53 points. These teams were entered in the "B" division. Jock Hanson and Ambrose Murphy, in "A" division, won 2 and lost 2 debates, earning 61 points. Northwest Tournament, St. Thomas College, St. Paul, Minn. Heather Dopkins and Margaret Helmer won 6 and lost 2 debates, with an excellent rating. Jean Allie and Marion Aebly won 5 and lost 3 debates, with an excellent rating. Richard Aukema and Ambrose Murphy won 4 and lost 4 debates, with an excellent rating. Herbert Tauchen and Eugene isoacson won 2 and lost 6, with a good rating. Sixty teams were entered in the men's division and thirty in the women's division.Province Tournament, Mcicalcster College, St. Paul, Minnesota. Representatives of River Falls were Jack Hanson, Ambrose Murphy, Herbert Tauchen, Richard Aukema, Heather Dopkins, Margaret Helmer, Marion Aobly, Jean Allio, an.l Royal Fraedrlch. The events were debate, oratory and extemporaneous speaking. The extemporaneous speaking topic was "Has the United States assumed its responsibilities as a world leader since World War II?" DEGREE OF FRATERNITY Jean no Myron Ode Loulso Mo I bye Oliver Glanzman Thomas Ronnigan louollyn Reiss William Harris Keith Wurlz Glenn Snoeyenbos Jack Wallace les Gaylord Dean Fenner William Miller David Benson Richard Yde Rose Marie King Melvlno Norderhaug Richard Armstrong William Hayes Phyllis Hathaway Robert Schillbcrg Reuben Kaiser John Meulemons Richard Aukema Royal Froedrich Eugene Isoocson John Rock man DEGREE OF PROFICIENCY Lois Hunlor Donald Martin Werner Gloilor Gordon Jockman Peter Vig Walter Engler Martin Lucento Marlyn Eslinger Eillen S. De Corufol William Amundson Earl Johnson Dick Vilstrup James Van Totenhovo Thomas Ingham James Cerello Jean Allie DEGREE OF HONOR John Bradley Charles White Katherine Lynch Gerald Splinter Laurence Gherty Joyce Leonord Sharp Norris Crist Donald Willink Lois Webb James Webert Newton Nelson Nancy Murray Fred Olson Morgoret Helmer DEGREE OF SPECIAL DISTINCTION Daniel Dykstra Roman Zorn Marion E. Hawkins Frank Sirianni Loell Larson Andrew Osborne Everett Chapman Walker D. Wyman Rolf Ordahl Paul Prucha Dolores Kromschusler Irene Raawe Louis Daniel Margaret McDermott Jerome Finn Chorles Schillbcrg Melvin Steinbron Jock Honson Ernest Gay Morion Aebty Ambrose Murphy Heother Dopkins Herbert Tauchen HONORARY MEMBERS Justin Williams Jesse H. Ames Eugene H. Klcinpell Sponsor: Morion E. Hawkins Sixty-nlnoSeated: Aobly, Dopklns, Holmor. Standing: Tauchtn, VIlitrup, Hawkins (advisar), Amundson, Hanson. PI KAPPA DELTA OFFICERS Heather Dopkins Marion Aebly William Amundson -Margaret Helmer Marion Hawkins President Vice President Secretary-Treasurer Publicity Manager Adviser Pi Kappa Delta is a national honorary forensic fraternity, with local chapters on college campuses. Objectives of the fraternity are to stimulate progress in and promote inter-collegiate debate, oratory, and public speaking. The River Falls chapter of Pi Kappa Delta was organized in 1936. It is responsible for the "B" Invitational Debate Tournament held on the campus each year. Membership In the fraternity is granted according to the exfent of intercollegiate speech work done. These degrees are the degree of Fraternity, degree of Proficiency, degree of Honor, and the degree of Special Distinction. SovontyArmstrong, Drogomullor, Goodrich, Torgorson, Bowers, Ulandor. STUDENT VETERANS ASSOCIATION OFFICERS Don Goodrich President John Mills Vice President Don Torgerson Secretary-Treasurer The Student Veterans Association is an active organization which has contributed to the Homing and Winter Carnival Celebrations and has taken an Interest in all campus affairs. The organization discussed and took action in current veterans' problems both on and off the campus. The principle aim of the organization is to Install a feeling of unity and belonging among the older group on the campus. Sevortyon®Sooted: Someifeld, L Larson, Rudesill, Ladd, Schweizer, M. Haglund, Roon, Bolin, I. Larson, Ulsrud. lodo'meier. Young, Garnett (adviser). Standing: Hanson, Barlnger, Woodruff, Nelson, E. Larson, Binkowskl, Fishor, Hollerud. RURAL LIFE CLUB OFFICERS Kenneth Roen Marilyn Haglund Audrey Schweizer Marlys Bolin Dr. Ray Garnett The Rural Life Club is an organization which aims to keener appreciation and understanding of rural problems. Life Club are those students taking the two-year course in th Membership is voluntary; however, services and values membership from nearly all the students in the department. President Vice President Secretary Treasurer Adviser develop in the teacher a The members of the Rural training of rural teachers, of the organization gain Seventy-two -Sooted: Bjoriutad, Sammons- Ryan, L Swenson. Burman. Mulhollam, Thannum, R- Davis, Aaby, Steen; 2nd row: Dubbe (adviser), Fiedler, Werner, Herald, M. Peterson, A. Swenson, Acbly, E. Davis, Olson, Schaffer, Nariock, Pechocek, H. Peterson; 3i f row; Rucmmelc, Slyer, G. Olson, Miller, Kreuziger, Anderson, H. Olson, Goodrich, Tilsner. Inge brelson. ASSOCIATION FOR CHILDHOOD EDUCATION INTERNATIONAL OFFICERS Barbara Burman Lois Swenson Gen Thannum Olive Mulhollam Ruth Davis Miss Ann Dubbe President Vice President Secretary Treasurer Publicity Manager Adviser The local chapter of the international organization of the Association for Childhood Education is designed to bring into active cooperation all childhood educational interests, to promote the progressive type of education in the primary grades, and to raise the standards of the professional training for the teachers and leaders in that field. All students enrolled in the primary department are eligible for membership. Highlight of ACEI activities this year was the presentation of a play, "The Indian Captive", on March 21 - 22. SevcdyAn Wiskorchon, Torgerson, Stapleton, Goodrich, Deans. HONOR SOCIETY Those students who have attained two and one-half honor points for each credit hour for at least one term ore eligible for membership in the Honor Society. Those who have received two and one-fourth honor points for each credit hour and have no grade below a "C" are awarded a gold "R" upon graduation. Seventy IriNSeated: Ryan, Potorson, Sommorfold, LaBroih, AIM . Standing: Ruommolo, Swanson, Hahn, Andorson. THE COLLEGE WOMEN'S ASSOCIATION OFFICERS Helen Peterson Jean Allie Juliann Ryan Susan LaBrash Miss Mildred Mitchell Dr. Catharine Lieneman President Vice President Secretary Treasurer Advisers The College Women's Association, organized in 1948, is a self-governing body composed of all college women. . The executive board of the CWA makes and enforces the rules governing all women students, and strives to provide an adequate social and cultural program for all college women. It is composed of the four officers, elected annually, and representatives from each educational division at River Falls, and a chairman chosen from the house presidents. The board functions under the advlsorship of a selected faculty adviser and the Dean of Women. Sovcniy-fiveFront row: Feltes, Drewiske, Torgonon, Swanson, Back os. Bock row: Kiorstyn, Pratt, Carlson, Foukcs, Noah, Bockol. TOASTMASTERS CLUB OFFICERS Fall Don Torgonon Bernard Drcwisko Fowl Bockol Corvor Fovkos Jcromo Peabody Ernest Wallin James Kiorstyn Winter Jerome Peabody Ernost Wollin Robert Carlson Harold Gorr Paul Bockol Norman Noah Don Torgonon Spring Ernest Wallin Norman Erickson Ronald Bccfces Don Stiehm Harold Gorr Paul Bedcel Jerome Peabody President Vice President Secretory Treasurer Sorgcant-ot-Arms Parliamentarian Deputy Governor The Toastmasters Club is an organized group of ambitious men who seek to improve themselves in the art of speech, both in conversation and in public address, os a means of increasing their usefulness in business, social, and civic relationships. Seventy-sixSeated: lonoa, LaBraih, Rupert, Deans. 2nd row: Jurgens (advisor), Daveo, Wiskerchen, Anderson, Adrian, Wolfe (adviser). 3rd row: Thorne, Erickson, Fick, Tend berg, Thompson. THE LANGUAGE CLUB Susan La3iash James Rupert Margery Deans Dr. Ernst Jurgens Wayne Wolie OFFICERS President Vice President Secretary-Treasurer Advisers The Language Club, organized by French, German, and Spanish students, is for the purpose of creating a better understanding of other countries by using films, slides, speeches, and folk songs. By bringing the students closer to the foreign countries ihrough these media it is hoped that more interest will be built in other languages and cultures. Scvcnly-iovcnSealedi Mulhollam, Willink, Nelson, Jacobson. 2nd row: Adrian, Fick, Noprwd, Thompson, Engebrelson, Remund, Thodo, Steen. 3rd row: Koenig, Clark, Luck, Jenson, Lowater, Miller, Do Need. MUSIC EDUCATORS NATIONAL CONFERENCE Don Nelson Olive Mulhollam Gayle Jacobson B. J. Rozehnal OFFICERS President Vice President Secretary-Treasurer Adviser Formed at River Falls in 1950, Music Educators National Conference aims to provide students an opportunity for professional cooperative development while in college. The organization offers a more practical conception of the music education profession as gained from the students' actual participation in programs, discussions, and performance groups. Any undergraduate music education student is eligible for membership. When a student accepts a teaching position, he is transferred to a full, active MENC membership status. Sevcnly«cightSooted: D. Foley, McLaughlin (advisor), Ooraoti, P, Gauitad, Laramy, Foukos, Fostor, Anderson, Wl y» Piatt. 2nd rew: J. Swanson, Llum, Hoffman, R. Swanson, Westorbcrg, S. Swanson, Amts, Stevens, D. Rozehnal, Henderson, Pechacek, Gueldner, Slind. 3id row: Mott, Green, Slebold, Anderson. McLaughlin, Wells, Flck, Stone, Schneider, Dietsche, Rivard. Schmidt, Landberg. MATH CLUB OFFICERS Carver Foukes Richard Laramy Joe Anderson John Shield Ruth Foster Paul Gaustad James J. McLaughlin President Vice President Vice President Vice President Secretary Treasurer Adviser The Mathematics Club is an active organization which gives to students interested in mathematics an opportunity to discuss topics and problems to broaden their knowledge of mathematics. Programs are conducted by the members of the club every two weeks. Membership is open to those students taking mathematics majors or minors. Sovonty.nl noScotfldi Wymon, Moyor, Wright, Olson, Otto Smith, Loro my. Standing: Stone, Wolfe, Aaby, Moss, Geraets. Akins, Fick, VondeBorg, Ingots, Andrews. Usack, Gaustad; Krueger, Broun, Johnson, Perry, Wesferberg, McLaughlin, Wallcndal, McLoughlin. KAPPA DELTA PI OFFICERS Wayne Otto Richard Laramy Ramona Meyer Genevieve Olson Peggy Smith Dr. Walker D. Wyman President Vice President Secretary Treasurer Historian Adviser Kappa Delta Pi Is a national honorary scholastic fraternity open only to juniors and seniors who are preparing for teaching and who rank scholastically in the upper quartile of the school. The Eta Lambda chapter of Kappa Delta Pi was organized on the River Falls campus in February, 1952. Members were initiated at a banquet held at Glen Park lodge on February 15. Dr. Frank L. Wright, executive president of Kappa Delta Pi and professor at Washington University, St. Louis, was in charge of the ceremonies. ElgntyWHO'S WHO IN AMERICAN COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES "Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities" Is a national collegiate publication. Eleven seniors have been chosen this year to represent RIVER FALLS STATE COLLEGE in the annual publication. To be a representative a student must be a junior or a senior. Students are selected on the basis of high scholarship and their participation and contributions to student activities. A quota for each college is established according to enrollment. RIVER FALLS REPRESENTATIVES IN THE 1952 "WHO'S WHO" Gordon R. Andorson Joseph A. Anderson Mary L. Eck Elaine M. Fick Carver C. Fouks Jock W. Hanson Margie I. Lund Ernest J. Mosbook Helen E. Peterson Joyce C. Stapleton Richard H. Vilstrup Eighty-oneFront row: Benson, Haessly, Adrian, O. Jacobson, Wood, Doolittle, Romund, E. Davit, Thompson, Thcde, Greene, Wilcox, Nordby, Souermon, lundqron, LaBrash, Moriolock. Mu'hollom, King (director); Second row; Alden, Burma n, Hoglund, Smith, M. Davis, Jones, Steen, Marking, Olson, Erickson. Sorenson. Swenson, Miller, Ficfc, luck, Bjornstad, Moen. Third row: Vollrath, Neprud, D. Lium, Strain, Aukemo, Engebrotson, Wingert, Willink, Paschal I, Johnson. Melby, J. Jacobson, Gaulke. Fourth row: Rydmark, Nelson, Koenig, lovaas, Jensen, Polzin, landberg, B. llwm, linnervd, Connelly. Wyman, Davoo, Dopkins. A CAPELLA CHOIR OFFICERS Paul Willink Robert Engebretson Lois Swenson Tenny Neprud Genevieve Olson Olive Mulhollam President Business Manager Secretary Librarian Publicity Accompanist Personnel First Soprano Second Soprano Jean Adrian Mory Alden (honor Davis Janis Benson Helen Davis Barbara Burman Mary Doolittle Jackie Greene Joan Grandinetti Mary Jane Haessly Marilyn Haglund Susan loBrosh Gayle Jacobson Marlene Martolock Donna Jones lla Smith Margaret Remund Janet Thode Gormcire Steen Mary Wood Louise Thompson Second Tenor First Tenor Charles Connelly Wayne Gaulke John Dovee James Jacobson Dole Dopkins George Melby Ardoll Llnnerud Earl Pasdtall Bryant Wyman First Aho Second Alto Jo Ann Bjornstad Thelma Erickson Marjorie Lundqron Elolne Pick Eunice Marking Alice Luck Janice Moon Kathleen Mlllor Lorraine Nordby Ann Sorenson Genevieve O'son Chorlotte Wilcox Lois Swenson Second Bass First Bats Robert Jensen Richard Aukemo Robert Koenig Robert Engebretson Donald Landberg Lylo Johnson Bernard Lium Larry Vollrath Dole Lium Poul Willink Arvin Lovaas Fronds Wingert Don Nelson Tenny Neprud Del mar Polzin Alton Rydmark Robert Strain Elghty-twoFirst row: G. Jacobson, Remund. Swanson, Marking, Millar, LoBrosh, Aldan. Second row: Polzin, Koenig, Willink, Nelson, J. Jacobson. FOLK SINGERS The Folk Singers are a group of thirteen members from the a capello choir who hove organized for the purpose of singing the traditional folk tunes of music. The group sings at choir concerts and also for special occasions. The director is Chauncey B. King. EightV'inreoCONCERT BAND OFFICERS James Jacobson President Paul Willink Business Manager Juliann Ryan Secretary Nicholas Jadinak Personnel Director Flute Saxophones Baritones Erna Matson Joan Binkowski June Clark Beverly DeNucci Royal Froedrich Oboe Marlys Bolin Richard Rozohnal Joan Adrian Elaine Pick Jim VandeBerg Trombones Clarinets Paul Willink Helen Werner Cornets Tenny Neprud Olive Mulhollam Robert Strain John Foss Juliann Ryan Kathy Miller Louise Thompson Annette Geraets Bosses Mildred Narlock Richard Navarre James Jacobson Norma Dierks John Davee Robert Koenig French Horns Philip Esswein Roger Knieff Percussion Robert Engebretson Marjorie Lundgren Don Nelson Wayne Gaulke Marilyn Ostness Dean Thorne Janet Wenstad Clifton Hermann Carol Rundhammer Mary Murphy Joan Grandinetti Eighty-four V.Wyman, Rozchnal. Wehrwain, Jadinak, Sabotlka, Jurgens THE TOONFUL TUTORS Not really an organization, but certainly an institution on the campus, are the '‘TOONFUL TUTORS," eight college and high school faculty members who organized as the dance band for the "Faculty Frolics" last spring and weren't allowed to disband. The "Tutors" play for many of the dances held on the campus. Faculty members who play with the "Tutors" include: Dr. Walker D. Wyman, on the drums; Dr. Carleton C. Ames on the trombone; Robert Kline on the cornet; Harley Vv'ehrwein, pianist; B. J. Rozehnal, violinist; Nicholas Jadinak, violinist; Dr. Ernst Jurgens on the bass viol; and John Sabottka of the high school, violinist. Eighty-fiveSITZMARKER SKI CLUB OFFICERS Richard Rozehnal Jarvis Pratt Donald Land berg T. E. Thoreson President Vice President Business Manager Adviser New on the campus this year is the Sitzmarker Ski Club, organized during Winter Term by a group of skiing enthusiasts. Lessons for beginners, skiing exhibitions, and trips to nearby ski resorts were featured during the skiing season. The Sitzmarker Ski Club also sponsored the skiing events at the Winter Carnival in January, the downhill, cross country, slalom, and jumping races. Eighty-sixThe Department of Agricultural Education Mr. Arthur N. Johnson One of the men responsible for the excellent reputation of River Falls State College as an agricultural school is Mr. Arthur N. Johnson. He received his bachelor's degree from the University of Wisconsin in 1915 and received his master's degree from Iowa State College at Ames, Iowa, in 1930. Mr. Johnson has also taken advanced work in animal and dairy husbandry at the University of Minnesota. Since coming to River Falls In 1919 after his discharge from the army, Mr. Johnson has been head of the animal husbandry department. In addition to teaching he managed the college farm from 1919 to 1949, and has been largely responsible for its improvement and success. In cooperation with Mr. John May, head of the agricultural education department, Mr. Johnson has aided in the establishment of the reputation of River Falls as an outstanding agricultural college. Sighl evenSeated: Roskoi, Ftidl, A. Johnson, Uiandor, Carlson; Standing! Notion, McCarty, Hubbard, W. Johnson, Kittel, Essor, Rasmussen, Braun, Drewltko. FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA OFFICERS Regular Arnold Johnson Frank Roskos Francis Feidt John Ulander Robert Carlson « Harlan Nelson J. M. May Regular Gordon Anderson Ernest Wallin Ed Burger George Mel by Jerry Hytry Wayne Nelson J. M. May First Half Year President Vice President Secretary Treasurer Reporter Sentinel Adviser Second Half Year President Vice President Secretary Treasurer Reporter Sentinel Adviser Associate Ivan Kittel Omar Hubbard Howard McCarty Duane Rasmussen Charles Braun Willis Johnson Rgy Esser Associate Norman Erickson Charles Braun Alf Kirkeeng Lloyd Feltes Don Schoedel Dale Nestingen Ernest Mosbaek The River Falls collegiate chapter of the Future Farmers of America was organized in 1935. Its purpose is to train and develop odvisers and leaders for high school FFA organizations. In addition to other activities, the FFA sponsors a rural school fair on the campus each year. This year over twenty schools participated in the fair — the largest number to date. Other activities included sponorship of the homecoming queen, a float for the parade, and supplying the torches for the snake dance and bonfire. Highlight of the year was the FFA's annual banquet, at which Louis Zahradka, a graduate of RFSC, was principal speaker. At the close of the year a picnic was held at the city park and the officers for the following year were elected. Eighty-«ightFFA ACTIVITIES Among the many social activities the Future Farmers of America sponsored during the last year were the FFA Annual Banquet (above), at which Louis Zahradka (left) was principal speaker, and the annual Talent Show (below). New Power Saw New Metal Lathe and Shaper Over $15,000 worth of new equipment was installed in the industrial arts building in 1952, and is being put to good use by agriculture and industrial arts students. Using The New EquipmentMetal Bending Device (above) Welding Equipment (Left) Motor Testor (Below)OFFICERS Elaine Fick Marilyn Peterson Marion Wailesverd Kathy Miller Mary Jane Haessly Mildred Mitchell President Vice President Secretary-Treasurer Publicity Historian House Mother Ninoiy-twcPhoto Courtesy of St. Pool Pionoor ProwCHEERLEADERS Bottom row: Stern, Ladd. Suckerman, Fisher; Second row: Thompson, Wiskerchen; Top: Grinley. In no small degree did the small but important- organization, the cheerleaders, contribute to the pleasure and success of the River Falls State College athletics, by looking after the conditions of the team on the one hand and the pep of the students pn the other. Let's turn the tide and give the fifteen rghs for themj Ninety-six1951 FOOTBALL SQUAD Fir row: Shield. Onstod, Hanson. Wood. Harkness Second row: Miller, Thompson, Shyer, Heiberg, Soderberg, Braun Third row: Rudesill, Route, Schwan, Owen. Foukes, Anderson Fourth row: Carlson, Grabon, Steinmetz, Easton, Porter Fifth row: Erickson, Murphy, LeClaire, Oedsma, Voss, Corcoran, Theis Sixth rowi Huff, Schmidt, Hoy, Belfiori, Jevert Results of the Season River Falls 7 Augsburg 0 River Falls 13 Eau Claire 0 River Falls 26 Winona 0 River Falls 7 Stevens Point 7 River Falls 14 Superior 27 River Falls 0 Stout 0 River Falls 14 La Crosse 32 River Falls 0 Milwaukee 0RIVER FALLS 7 AUGSBURG 0 Phil Belfiori's River Falls footballmen, sparked by a galaxy of talented freshmen stars, officially opened the 1951 grid campaign with a 7 to 0 victory over Augsburg at Ramer Field. Clair Murphy, frosh fullback, punched across from the one-yard line after being held for no gain in his first attempt and River Falls fell back with a 7 to 0 advantage as Marv Schueffner added the extra point by placement. RIVER FALLS 26 WINONA 0 Clair Murphy got his Irish up the following weekend as the Falcons rolled to their second straight win at the expense of hapless Winona Teachers 26 to 0. Murphy grabbed four touchdowns to write his name on the top of the individual scoring department. Vern Steinmetz set up the first counter on an interception on Winona's 15-yard stripe. But Marv Schueffner added his share of yardage with runs of 60 and 44 yards as the Falcons rolled to 18 first downs against 11 for their Minnesota opposition. RIVER FALLS 14 SUPERIOR 27 Freshman Murphy continued his upperclass ideas the following week but Superior had some ideas of their own and River Falls suffered its first setback at the hands of the Yellowjackets 27 to 14. Outplayed in the statistical department, River Falls rolled in spurts and starts with seven freshmen earning starting booths for a varsity assignment. Bob Onstad collected the Falls' other tally on a 55-yard pass from Mar ley Harkness to end the scoring. RIVER FALLS 14 LACROSSE 32 River Falls met La Crosse the next week and limped off the field with their second conference loss—this time at the hands of last year's Conference Champions, 32 to 14. Combining two long runs and two Falcon fumbles. La Crosse threw the scoring door wide open and walked into the end zone with four touchdowns to give River Falls an even split on games played, two losses in conference ploy. Murphy drove off tackle from the two-yard line in the second quarter for River Falls' first score and added another touchdown in the final period with a two-yard plunge over center.RIVER FALLS 13 EAU CLAIRE 0 But River Falls bounced back in the win column against Eau Claire with a 13 to 0 victory. Jerry Route and Murphy grabbed the scoring spotlight for the Falls' first conference win. Route connected with an aerial to Virg Miller for the . Falcon first score and Murphy took the stage in the next quarter with a drive from the four-yard line into the end-zone. Harkness set the stage for both touchdowns with interceptions on the BlueGolds' 15 and 22 yard marks. RIVER FALLS 7 STEVENS POINT 7 Back in the business again and operating from the same old Ramer Field stand, the Falcons battled to a 7-7 tie against Stevens Point the following week during Homecoming festivities. Norb Miller accounted for the lone Pointers' score on a dazzling end sweep, visiting the end zone from his own 26-yard line. Bob Onstad injured his shoulder during the game after romping 75 yards on an aerial from Harkness for the lone Falls score. 'Steinmetz converted the extra point by placement. RIVER FALLS 0 STOUT 39 Stout set up a Dad's Day exhibition with a 39 to 0 pasting over the Faflsmen in the Falcons' final home appearance. Both teams fielded eleven men, wore helmets and jerseys and spit on their hands in the customary manner during each huddle. Further comparison was impossible. Stout was overmanned, full of experience and superlative. RIVER FALLS 0 MILWAUKEE 0 River Falls and Milwaukee Stole College battled to a 0-0 tie at the home of the Brewers to end the Falls football colendor during an arctic snowstorm with near zero temperatures. Playing their final game for River Falls were Jock Shield, quarterback, Horley Harkness, left half, Horry Laufenberg, center, and Carver Foukes at end.Homecoming Queen Queen Genevieve Olson“Disappoint Stems Point” Between HalvesRoger Ku$$, Winner of Helms Athletic Foundation Award Roger Kuss, River Falls State College basketball center, was named to the 1951 Official NAIB All-American second team. Kuss averaged 27 points per game during the season. He broke two conference records during the year, making 52 points in a single game against Eau Claire State College, and netting 384 points for the season. Helms Athletic Foundation each year chooses a- first, second, and third All American team. Kuss of River Falls and Ron Bontemps of Beloit were the only Wisconsin players chosen.1951-52 BASKETBALL Front row: Williams, Czoch, Mills, Kuss, Fowkes, Shield, Saxton Back rowi Hull (manager), Barlow, Wells, Krause, Fkk, Gehn, Belisle, Coach Hoy RESULTS OF THE SEASON River Fplls 84 St. Olaf 80 River Falls 64 Augsburg 72 River Falls 57 Augsburg 61 River Falls 71 Milwaukee 70 River Falls 68 Eau Claire 75 River Falls 78 Superior 79 River Falls 60 La Crosse 70 River Falls 93 University of Minnesota (Duluth Branch) 90 .River Falls 66 Stout 70 River Falls 84 Platteville 85 River Falls 93 Eau Claire 81 River Falls 72 Superior 76 River Falls 71 La Crosse 63Is that Frankenstein? Looks like Zeke's from hereRWER FMIS 60 A CROSSE 70 RWer Falls umped into on eatiy first pwVod 1®°° .q Rog Kuu omnud 11 points, giving la Crosse a 'o. deficit at the end of one stanxa. But they hammered uo with 31 points white holding Kuss to 5 and P',"C rf,ois front by o 41 to 34 advontoge at halftime. Both t v slowed up In the third period, matching bosket fo , e Vet to finish with points apiece. Four minutes ,Q third period Kuss sprained his ankle and was uno n0l finish the game, la Crosse stepped through th® period exhibiting none of their sparkle from lostY ..... „ „ _ . enough of o glitter to defeat RWer Foils 70 to • R,VER FALLS U- of (Duluth Branch) 90 Roger Kuss authored tho Duluth defeat, rolling in 44 Points In three quarters, oil that he played. The Falcons hibHed for the first time the power to come through in e dutches and combined four quarters of good boll to .?°,nto overtime ploy on Carver Fouke free throw with Vree seconds left to play 83 83. Wells finished the eve-a IWl1 points and odded some fine rebounding to Vlcfory performance. RIVER FMIS 66 STOUT 70 2 Kuss ogoln grabbed scoring honors, collecting points but tailed to receive any support from the n ? hind him. RWer Falls, a definite favorite in the c added miscues to poor shooting to trail 66 to A)o end of regulation play. Rodney Stone, who counwo nine points in the third and Final quarter was w Falcon to edge the double brocket figures. RIVER FALLS 84 PLATTEVILLE 85 fco - R,Vor Falls drove In spurts and sputters to a story-°hv in , le fiool quarter to send them into overtime 5 t0°P?‘n t Platteville but bowed out in the final seconds main° 84 0,1 o disputed free throw. With five seconds re-to,JTJJJ ,n overtime ploy, Czech ond Fleet of Platteville n,lssina I[nc 0r )0 bosket. Fleet drew the penalty shots. win th l Rrst and converting on his second heave to 130,1 gome. RIVER FMIS 93 EMI CIA1RE BA ge Kuss fired away at baskets with a n®ot‘f r finiih-in the opening tilt ogalnst Ecu Claire's Blugolds. Qt. ing the evening with 45 points, Kuss hit 90 longs i f0P tempts from the field to lead his mates Wo wirme» after a two-game losing streak on the rood. , 90-P° nt second halt with the boll gome on an odditVono b e splurge In the final period. We11s and Beh e ©nd brocket figures for tho winners; Wells with 13 P° BeVisle counting for 10. s„ . WE FALLS 72 SUPERIOR 76 didn't m tar° dumped River Falls 76 to 72 but n'0hts Qf °nQde Kuss who contributed one of his better OH QQr,y fir ? sooson' 40 points. River Foils pulled out to P,n9 up porter advontoge but the YeHowfockets kept ft0 ®odgo,-ln,s.In second period to hold o comforta- e Superior , ™ the lost minutes of ploy. Whittier led 9 3 po attack as In the first meeting, collect-00 "v baskets ond 13 free throws. RIVER FMIS 71 IA CROSSE 63 .6 Vn In their final home appeoronce RWer Fo»s 8r0. a victory over la Crosse 71 to 63. Wells t°T ® n(j RW-works this time with two long from the cornerto g0ve er Falls aheod In the opening minutes, a I . QjoaA up only twice throughout the ball gome. point matched bosket for bosket ond pulled to wnn tth at halftime, 33 to 34. Coasting on o six f 1 ont into seven minutes playing time remaining RWer a o0» into a hit-or-miss sort of stali that brought loj-; , t e ball-a full court press in an effort to gain controto Barlow- to Czech- to Wells— -to Williams. rs i! Ss tA x XVV V3 '"HO VsX X 5 15 T XCfc Vm O- V CV - - C.O. A T OX •Ccx — R»J VkV » Ri 'vSV'i WVBt r sk •' r Fa s ov» ’ - c at tV%e fmc ' -v%tV no defeats OzecVi V u st o' points tho a - «= " 3 7 out aste i a na gur n » §$?■ V 8| d ijrvJ likn ''v .'!?' r k x _ .Sa v XTX V V- axM „ . VSWii. 2 ." V VxTtsoxv f-s.'wkS Vcovtv V0v vtviQ CA W TO- V % ot o Wt t o XXOTVJLO vod ot A -•V Q scoring -USS QOl movo •oo e v coMet nce nnvcx .«ouVm 7 -70. ot ng porVf w%v i x ot o cV at c t cX ed out to tooV.- « . W Vv ttX . »r c.« o =Ave c.Vv o sWonce X o Vac- River falls ,n _ °r's Whittier f«?,S| ,SypLRVOR 79 throw with fifteen seconds droPP«d «, a ord with River Falls, contributing 13 points the first to push the Falcons to a 4! to 38 advantage at halt-Ky55 cavorting from pivot for the locals, wound up « zstttziWinter Carnival Lois Swenson, ChairwomanCARNIVAL SCHEDULE Friday: Saturday: General Assembly Carnival Midway in South Hall Gym Card tournament in the Cafeteria Figure Skating show Sleighride Cafeteria Dance Indoor sports events Ski tournament Skiing and tobogganing "Battle of the Sexes" Basketball . . . Superior Winter Carnival Dance Coronation of King Jerry at Fourth Street Hill versus River Falls and Queen Jackie Grand Entrance of Winter Carnival Royalty1951 BASEBALL SQUAD LETTER WINNERS LETTER WINNERS 1951 BASEBALL 1951-52 BASKETBALL Willard Morgan Roger Kuss Manley Fossen Jack Shield Keith Riley Carver Foukes Glen Hanson Ray Czech Bob Salmon Jim Belisle Don Barlow Don Barlow Howard Matthias Richard Wells Harlan Nelson Bob Williams Dale Kannel Don Fick Clyde Weber Bob Houg Vern Steinmetz Howard Cox Jim Saxton Art Jevert LETTER WINNERS Eldon Hight George Stout 1951 TRACK Bill Huff, Mgr. Don Veith Norman Parker John Oedsma LETTER WINNERS Reuben Kaiser 1951 GOLF Chuck Beaver Eric Von Schweinitz Bob Bernet Dean Wilkins John Mills Hugo Leider"ROMEO AND JULIET” Escalus, Prince of Verona Paris, a young nobleman Montague Copulet Romeo, son of Montague Mercutio Benvolio Tybalt Friar Lawrence Friar John; Samson Balthasar; Peter Gregory Abraham Apothecary; Old Copulet CAST Bryant Wyman Pages Alice Luck, Juan Caro, Margery Deans Richard Granum Gentlemen Robert Easton, Robert Koenig Marvin PosHer Lady Montague Donna Sammons Arden Buchholtz Lady Capulet Margaret Anderson Peter Russ Juliet, daughter of Capulet Betty Wiskerchen Richard Armstrong Nurse to Juliet Virginia Thompson Joan Grandinetti, Virginia Weatherneod Francis Wingert Court ladies Norman Noah Director Blanche Davis Al Usadc Assistant Director Al Usack Halbert Belt Stage Managers Donna Jones, Delores Kreuziger John Reque Lighting Norman Noah Everest Sonsalla Publicity Ken Nehmer John Foss Costumes Ann Wonderiy Robert Jensen Prompter Sally Dickenson February 14-15 North Hall Auditorium David Knott Jean Herald Genevieve Olson Donna Sammons Lois Swenson Melton Martinson Norman Dahl Bill Tilsner Beverly Jenson Wayne Larson Mary Jane Haessly Blanche Davis Carrie Dorsey Earl Paschall Thomas Lyteli Eleanor Lyteli Mrs. Lyteli Deborah The Old Queen Cornplanter Falling Leaves Many Bears Eagle Feather Redbill Shining Leaves Director Technical director Stage Manager March 21-22, 1952 North Hall AuditoriumINTRAMURAL BASKETBALL FINAL STANDINGS: Strong League Won Lost Hawkeyes 7 0 Whizz Kids 6 1 Jerneymen 4 3 Dead Dogs 4 3 Friendly Five 3 4 Tigers 3 4 Apostles 0 7 Weak League Won Lost 4 Flats and a Sharp 8 1 G. 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