University of Wisconsin Whitewater - Minneiska Yearbook (Whitewater, WI)

 - Class of 1950

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Wells, Registrar and Dean of Instruction, besides con- ducting classes in educational statistics, assumes the responsi- bility of keeping our day of scholastic standing in line with standards set by the adminis- tration authorities and consoles the unfortunates who are on probation. ammmmmmmmmm REESE . - - M e e EEK Mr. Harold Anderson, Regent, performs his duties with dignity and wisdom, giving our day of college years the benefit of his experience and interest in the advancement of student and college welfare. leK E Dean Wynett Barnett, dynamic and good-humored Dean of Women, guides the day of col- lege girls and aspiring speech students, keeps the college cal- endar moving smoothly, and writes books on etiquette in her spare moments. um. lllll. IIIII. IIII. IIII. III... Illll llll. 'IIIII "III! "III 'llll tlllu 'llll tIIIu "Iill KEEEX - ELY- Egg g ---m Dean Arnold J. Lien has shown g his versatility by being Dean of -..... Men, an instructor in education e courses, Student Council ad- visor, and a mainstay on the Vultures' bowling team. Wayne Anderson, BA, MA Marguerite Asher, BE Marie Benson, BE, MA Oromel Bigelow, ME, MA Franklin Bushman, BS, MA Paul Carlson, PhB, PhM June Clem, MA Henry Collins, BE, MA . . . Meg camgmbll clawed Myn Coe, BE Caiherine Crossman, BA, MA Clay DaggeH, BA, MA Gertrude Dubats, BE, MA .- Jucob Elmer, Fergusen, BS, MA Warren Fischer, BA, MA Carroll Flanagan, BE, PhM ...leey4lmwu41zawdxidme Corrinne Forster, BS Mary Fricker Emily Gardner, BA, BS Gwendolyn Gibbs, BE, PhM Florence Goodhue, BS, MA Virgil Graham, BA, MA Jay M. Greene, BE, MA Mariory Gust, AB, MA Ray Krzoska, BS Hugo Lahti, BS, MS Henry Lee, MA, PhD Bertha Lefler, MA Stanley Linion, BS, MM Arthur McGruw, BE, MS Alice Morey, BS Edward Morgan, BS, PhM makeamiaf Laura Hamilton, PhB, MA Lorena Harrison, 83, MA John Heide, AB, MA Reuben Klumb, BE, PhM , w. ll Charles Morphew, MS Eugenia Oole, BA, MA Miriam Pope, BS, RN Leora Peterson, BA . . . a ane-udamefimw Rudolph Prucha, BE, MS Morgan Thomas, BA, MA Dorothy Remp, BS, MA Isaac Schuffer, MS Jean Thompson, BE, MS Clara TuH, BE, MS Jerome von Trebra, BS, MA, PhD Charles Wellers, BE Ruth Wilkinson, BA George Winsor, BE, PhM Adolph Winther, BA, PhM, PhD Edith Knilans, BE, BS Phyllis Braun . Muetu Leverenz Olive Werner Helen Wilsmann June Harrison 13 Maintenance Left to right: G. Gould, R. Witt, C. Rufoski, J. Schumacher, H. Hillerman Health . . . 7Af.Ambr;:se wields1hepaddle 3111 mpmnriam Our day saw the passing of Miss Laura Hamilton, faculty member and Royal Purple advisor. To all of us, she was more than that - she was a personal friend and a cheery companion. Her memory will ever live in our hearts to guide us to the goals toward which she helped direct us. May we take heed of her geniality and graciousness and follow her example as we travel over life's pathways. May her soul rest in peace. 16 4 A Mk A m R. LARSON C. ZWIEBEL th ' W. THEUNE 18 M. HAUSER S. GIES M. SCHMITT nu. llllu mu, 20 Left to right: D. Donovan, J. Huhn, J. LyneN, J. Eulberg 66am a; 7?50 21 BEVERLY ACKLAM Racine, Wisconsin Academic Scrooby Wice President, Presi- denH; Academic Club Wresi- denQ; Kappa Delta Pi; Treble Clef; W.A.A.; Delta Sigma Epsilon JOHN ARNOLD Madison, Wisconsin Academic ROBERT BATHURST Whitewater, Wisconsin Academic ROBERT BEHLING Mukwonago, Wisconsin Commercial Sigma Tau Gamma RAY BLOTT Mukwonago, Wisconsin Commercial Intramural Baseball; Sigma Tau Gamma Ureasurer ORIS ANDERSON Florence, Wisconsin Commercial lEE ASHTON Chicago, Hlinois Academic Minneiska Whoiogruphed; "Wits"; Sigma Tau Gamma CHARLES BEETOW Elkhorn, Wisconsin A'ademic "Wits"; A Cappella Choir: Chi Delta Rho REATHEL BIELEFELDT Alma, Wisconsin Commercial Commercial Club; Scrooby FRED BOEHME Milwaukee, Wisconsin Commercial Commercial Club; Football MARILYN BOHN West Bend, Wisconsin Commercial Mercier Wice PresidenH; Pi Omega Pi; Alpha Sigma Wresidenn EDWARD BOTTGER Whitewater, Wisconsin Academic Photography Club; Scrooby; Kappa Delta Pi; Academic Club Wresidenm Sigma Tau Gamma REX BRYANT Beloit, Wisconsin Academic Academic Club; Royal Purple; Transfer from U. of Wis. ORRIN BULL Janesville, Wisconsin Academic Sigma Tau Gamma CLAYTON CAMPBELL Goodman, Wisconsin Commercial Wesley $ecretary, Treasuren; Commercial Club AUDREY BOOS Junesville, Wisconsin Academic Academic Club; Mercier; W.A.A. LE ROY BREITKREUTZ Johnson Creek, Wisconsin Commercial JAMES BRYS Mosinee, Wisconsin Commercial L A Cappella Choir; Mercier; Phi Sigma GLYNNE CALKINS Delavan, Wisconsin KIndergarien-Primary A.C.E.; Wesley; Sigma Sigma Sigma DALE CARLSON Unify, Wisconsin Commercial L.S.A.; Commercial Club; Phi Sigma VERN CASTLE Whitewater, Wisconsin Academic Royal Purple; Band ELSIE CHRIST Sharon, Wisconsin Commercial Student Council Ureasured; W. A.A.; Delta Sigma Epsilon $ac- retarw JEAN COSTELLO Fond du lac, Wisconsin Commercial Mercier Wresidenm Theta Sigma Upsilon DELORES CULVER Whitewater, Wisconsin Elementary A.C.E. Nice Presidenn; Scrooby; A Cappella ARTHUR CHANDLER Alma Center, Wisconsin Commercial Royal Purple; Band JOSEPH COLLETTI Madison, Wisconsin Academic Academic Club; Transfer from Beloit College EDWARD CRAFT Belch, Wisconsin Academic Sigma Tau Gamma EVERETT CULVER Milwaukee, Wisconsin Academic JAMES DAVIS Marshfield, Wisconsin Commercial Photography Club; Scrooby Gecreturyh Commercial Club; Pi Omega Pi; A Cappellu; In- !er-Fraternity Council; Phi Sig- ma Wresident, TreasureIO lEONARD DE BAKER Luxemburg, Wisconsin Commercial Minneisku tAssocicne Edited; Royal Purple; Pi Omega Pi Wice Presidenn; Pi Kappa Delta; Ora- tory; Transfer from University of Utah; Sigma Tau Gamma KENNETH DETRO West Allis, Wisconsin Academic Junior Prom Committee; Sigma Tau Gamma PHILIP DISCH Beloit, Wisconsin v Academic Debate JOSEPH DRESEN Madison, Wisconsin Academic "W" Club; Phi Chi Epsilon EDWIN DWYER La Crosse, Wisconsin Academic Student Council PresidenD; Mercier; Academic Club,- Trans- fer from La Crosse State Teach- ers College; Phi Chi Epsilon SHIRLEY EHlERT Milwaukee, Wisconsin Commercial Homecoming Queen, 1949; Del- ia Sigma Epsilon ROBERT DIEKROGER West Salem, Wisconsin Commercial lnfer-Fruternity Council; Phi Chi Epsilon Secretarw DUANE DONOVAN Portage, Wisconsin Academic Mercier; "W" Club; Freshman class vice president; Senior :Iass president; Royal Purple; Student Council; Phi Chi Epsilon WresidenO GlENVILlE DUNHAM Fort Atkinson, Wisconsin Academic RUTH DWYER La Crosse, Wisconsin Academic Kappa Delta Pi; Academic Club; Alpha Sigma; Transfer from La Crosse State Teachers Col- lege JOHN EULBERG Portage, Wisconsin Academic Academic Club; Mercier; "W" Club; Senior Class treasurer; Transfer from U of Wis.; Phi Chi Epsilon JOE FERRARO Kenosha, Wisconsin Academic Mercier; Chi Delta Rho KENDALL FINGER Rhinelander, Wisconsin Commercial Pi Omega Pi; Commercial Club; Chi Delta Rho JOHN FREY Beloit, Wisconsin Academic Phi Chi Epsilon BENJAMIN GARDNER Galesville, Wisconsin Commercial Commercial Club; Sigma Tau Gamma CHESTER GEORGE Whitewater, Wisconsin Academic "W" Club; Phi Chi Epsilon HOWARD FIELD Madison, Wisconsin Academic Phi Sigma JOHN FITZGERALD Chicago, Illinois Academic RAYMOND GANSER Whitewater, Wisconsin Academic Men's Chorus; A Cappella Choir; Phi Sigma KATHLEEN GEITER Edgerton, Wisconsin Academic Mercier7 Kappa Delta Pi; In- dependent Women's Organiza- tion; Academic Club; Treble Clef SHIRLEY GIES Elkhorn, Wisconsin Academic Academic Club; Mercier; W.A.A. Wresidenm Royal Purple; Kap- pa Delia Pi Wresidenn; Delta Sigma Epsilon Nice PresidenH ROBERT GRISWOLD Lake Geneva, Wisconsin Commercial Commercial Club; Chi Delia Rho 'ROLAND GUTKNECHT Lone Rock, Wisconsin Commercial Commercial Club; Scrooby; Chi Delta Rho BEATRICE HARDAKER Mukwonago, Wisconsin Kindergarten-Primary A.C.E.; Scrooby; Sigma Sigma Sigma WILLIAM HARVEY Pormge, Wisconsin Commercial Royal Purple; Homecoming Committee; Intramural sports RAPHAEL HAWLEY Madison, Wisconsin Academic Academic Club Wice Presidenm Mercier; Chi Delta Rho KENNETH GUILMETTE Whitewater, Wisconsin Academic A Cappella JOHN HAGEN Wilmington, Illinois Commercial WILLIAM HARDING Portage, Wisconsin Commercial Royal Purple MARVIN HAUSER Jefferson, Wisconsin Commercial Pi Omega Pi; Sigma Tau Gamma BURTON HELDT Whitewater, Wisconsin Commercial "W" Club EVELYN HIRAI Paui Maui, Hawaii Commercial Scrooby; Commercial Club; Sig- ma Sigma Sigma Secreturw JOSEPHINE HUHN Cudohy, Wisconsin Commercial Commercial Club; Minneiska; Wesley; Senior Class Vice Presi- dent; Band; Delta Sigma Epsi- Ion KENNETH JORSTAD La Crosse, Wisconsin Commercial HENRY KIMBAlI. Milwaukee, Wisconsin Commercial "W" Club; Chi Delta Rho 6.3::- reiurw JEAN KINNEY lake Geneva, Wisconsin Commercial W.A.A.; Mercier; Delta Sigma Ep Ion RALPH HOPPE Whitewater, Wisconsin Academic RODNEY JOHNSON Madison, Wisconsin Academic A Cappella; Homecoming Com- mittee; Intramural Spor'ls; Phi Sigma SAM KAPLAN Racine, Wisconsin Academic KATHRYN KING Chilfon, Wisconsin Elementary A.C.E.; Mercier; Theta Sigma Upsilon PAUL KINSELLA Madison, Wisconsin Academic "W" Club; Student Council; State Golf Champion; Phi Chi Epsilon DONALD KOEPPEN Walworth, Wisconsin Commercial Phi Chi Epsilon Gresidenn MARGUERITE KOPP Galesville, Wisconsin Commercial L.S.A.; W.S.G.A.; Commercial Club; Minneiska; Them Sigma Upsilon 6ecretary ERNEST KROEGER Hortonville, Wisconsin Commercial Commercial Club; Mercier; Cheer leader; Transfer from Oshkosh S.T.C.; Chi Delia Rho ARTHUR lEIN Whitewater, Wisconsin Commercial Sigma Tau Gamma Ureusurer ALLEN lINDGREN Eau Claire, Wisconsin Commercial I.A VERNE KOLB Kohler, Wisconsin Commercial A Cappella, Student Council; Commercial Club; Alpha Sigma Vice PresidenH; Infer-sorority Council RUTH KRAHN Milwaukee, Wisconsin Kindergarten-Primary A.C.E.; lndependeni Women's Organization RAYMOND lARSON Racine, Wisconsin Commercial Commercial Club; Homecoming Chairman; Royal Purple Gdi- fork Pi Omega Pi; Chi Delia Rho JOHN lESLlE Oconomowoc, Wisconsin Academic VIRGINIA lOBERG Nelsonville, Wisconsin Commercial W.A.A.; Commercial Club; A Cappella; L.S.C.S.; Alpha Sigma DONALD LUEDKE Whitewaier, Wisconsin Commercial Academic Club; Photography Club NAPOLEON MAGNO Kenosha, Wisconsin Academic "W" Club; Mercier; Phi Chi Ep- silon Ureasured LOLITA MATSON Eagle River, Wisconsin Commercial L.S.A.; Pi Omega Pi; Commer- cial Club; W.S.G.A. WresidenD; Minneiska; Theta Sigma Upsi- lon Wine Presidenf ROBERT MECH Neillsville, Wisconsin Commercial Sigma Tau Gamma DUANE MOLNER Menominie, Wisconsin Commercial Royal Purple; Homecoming CommiNee; Commercial Club; Intramural sporis; Chi Delta Rho JOSEPH LYNETT Amigo, Wisconsin Commercial Mercier; Commercial Club; In- framural sports; Senior Class Secrefury; Chi Delta Rho Wice Presiderm JANET MARTIN Whitewater, Wisconsin Academic W.S.G.A.; Sigma Sigma Sigma ROGER McCAFFREY Evansville, Wisconsin Academic RUSSELL MILLER Jefferson, Wisconsin Academic Junior Class President; "W" Oub; Sigma Tau Gamma lE ROY MONTY Milwaukee, Wisconsin Academic Phi Chi Epsilon PATRICIA MURPHY Delavan, Wisconsin Commercial Minneiska; Treble Clef; Com- mercial Club; Mercier; Royal Purple; Delta Sigma Epsilon MARION NIXDORF Athens, Wisconsin Commercial A Cappella; W.S.G.A.; Transfer from St. Olaf College; Sigma Sigma Sigma UreasureH JEAU AUN NYLAND Lake Geneva, Wisconsin Commercial W.A.A.; Scrocby; Commercial Club; Thespians; Alpha Sigma JEAN ORN Barron, Wisconsin Commercial Commercial Club; A Cappella; Band; Zeia Eta Theta Gecre- taryh Delta Sigma Epsilon CARL PALMGREN Whitewater, Wisconsin Academic Phi Sigma ROBERT NAVINE Oconomowoc, Wisconsin Commercial Sigma Tau Gamma DONALD NORBERT Watertown, Wisconsin Academic Band Wresidenn DANIEL O'CONNELL Marinene, Wisconsin Elementary Royal Purple; Homecoming Chairman; Phi Chi Epsilon DONALD OSCAR Madison, Wisconsin Academic "W" Club; Football MYRTLE PATEY Wuukesha, Wisconsin Primary Kappa Delta Pi; W.A.A.; A.C.E. EDWARD PETZKO Whitewater, Wisconsin Academic "W" Club; Sigma Tau Gamma LAWRENCE PINNOW Crystal Lake, Wisconsin Academic AlBERT PITTS Kenosha, Wisconsin Commercial Mercier Wresidenm P Delta Kappa DONALD POTTS Milwaukee, Wisconsin Commercial Sigma Tau Gamma ROBERT PUNZEl Lake Geneva, Wisconsin Commercial Chi Delia Rho ANTHONY PINFOLD Aurora, Illinois Academic Homecoming Committee; Thes- pians Wresidenm Kappa Della Pi; 'Wits"; Sigma Tau Gamma CHESTER PISKULA Milwaukee, Wisconsin Elementary Transfer from Carroll College MAXINE PLUCKHAN Juneau, Wisconsin Commercial W.A.A.; Thespians; Commercial Club; L.S.C.S.; Alpha Sigma $ecreturw ROBERT PUERNER Wausau, Wisconsin Commercial Commercial Club; Mercier; Phi Chi Epsilon STANLEY RADOWSKI Green Bay, Wisconsin Academic Phi Chi Epsilon GEHRMAN RADTKE Rib Lake, Wisconsin Commercial Sigma Tau Gamma ALICE ROZMIAREK Seymour, Wisconsin Commercial Mercier; Commercial Club; W. A.A. Ureasurer JANET SANDERSON Marshall, Wisconsin Commercial W.A.A.; Commercial Club; Delta Sigma Epsilon ROBERT SCHLICHER Lake Geneva, Wisconsin Academic VIRGINIA SCHOENMANN Spring Green, Wisconsin Commercial Mercier; Alpha Sigma PHILIP RINDY Brodheud, Wisconsin Academic Thespiuns; Kappa Delta Pi; Sig- ma Tau Gamma Secreiarw ELEANOR SALISBURY Minong, Wisconsin Commercial Independent Women's Organi- zutioh DANIEL SCHALLER Delavan, Wisconsin Academic "Wits"; Minneisku; Phi Chi Ep- silon; Mercier; Academic Club MARILYNN SCHMITT Chicago, Illinois Academic Kappa Diella Pi; W.S.G.A. Wresidenn; Thespians $ecre- ruryL- Student Council: Sigma Sigma Sigma 6ecrefer; Home- coming CommiHee GLEN SCHOEPPE Racine, Wisconsin Academic Phi Sigma THEODORE SCZEBECKI Kenosha, Wisconsin Academic "W" Club; Phi Chi Epsilon JULIA SLETTEN Chetek, Wisconsin Commercial HARLAN STAMM Fox Lake, Wisconsin Academic Scrooby Wresidenm Royal Purgile Gdiiorh Band; Siudenl Council; Intramural sports; Min- neiska; Phi Chi Epsilon Wresi- denD; lnfer-frai Council MERLIN STREIM Jefferson, Wisconsin Academic "W" Club WILBUR SUNDT Fort Atkinson, Wisconsin Academic MARTIN SINGKOFER Wausau, Wisconsin Commercial Chi Delia Rho Wresiden0 NANCY SOMMER Lake Geneva, Wisconsin Elementary A.C.E.; Scrooby; W.A.A.; A Cappellu; Delta Sigma Epsilon JEAN STEVENSON Fontana, Wisconsin Commercial Transfer from U. of Wis.; Sig- ma Sigma Sigma ARNOLD STUYVESANT Lake Geneva, Wisconsin Commercial Phi Sigma JOANNE SUSTACHEK Racine, Wisconsin Academic Minneiska Gdilorh Student Council; Convocation Commit- lee; A Cappella; Royal Purple; lnfer-sororify Council; Sigma Sigma Sigma Vice Presideni JOHN TEITGEN Whitewater, Wisconsin Commercial Phi Chi Epsilon WARREN THEUNE Sheboygan, Wisconsin Commercial Band; Pi Omega Pi Wire Presi- denD; Sigma Tau Gamma WresidenD RUSSELL TORGESON Whitewater, Wisconsin Commercial A Cappella MARILYN TRAPP Campbellsport, Wisconsin Commercial W. A. A.; Commercial Club; Scrooby; Band; Infer-sorority Council; Delta Sigma Epsilon WresidenQ WAVAJEAN WEINKE La Valle, Wisconsin Commercial Commercial Club; Wesley DONALD TENGQUIST Whitewater, Wisconsin Academic "Wits" RICHARD TOPOLSKI Milwaukee, Wisconsin Commercial Phi Chi Epsilon DAVID TOUTON Fort Atkinson, Wisconsin Academic KENNETH VINCENT Milwaukee, Wisconsin Elementary JEAN WESTON Milwaukee, Wisconsin Commercial Commercial Club; Mercier; Del- ta Sigma Epsilon DANIEL WILLIAMS WhiiEwuier, Wisconsin Academic EARL WINTER Milwaukee, Wisconsin Academic Sigma Tau Gamma MARJORIE ARNOT South Wayne, Wisconsin Kindergarten-Primary A.C.E.; Alpha Sigma RUSSELL CHADBOURN Beloii, Wisconsin Academic Chi Delia Rho ROBERT GOETZKE Schofield, Wisconsin Academic A Cappella; Phi Sigma Wresi- den$ EDWARD WILSMANN Two Rivers, Wisconsin Commercial "W" Club; Pi Omega Pi CATHERINE ZWIEBEI. Burlington, Wisconsin Commercial W.$.G.A.; Minneiska; Royal Purple, Theta Sigma Upsilon WresidenQ MARGARET BAIRD For? Aikinson, Wisconsin Academic W.A.A.; Debate; Pi Kappa Del- ta; Theta Sigma Upsilon VADA FlATH Watertown, Wisconsin Kindergarten-Primary A.C.E.; Alpha Sigma ROBERT HOFFMAN Whitewater, Wisconsin Academic JEANNE HUNT Kenosha, Wisconsin Elementary A.C.E.; Mercier, Zeta Eta Theia Nice Presidenm Thespians THOMAS MCCARTHY Whitewater, Wisconsin Academic CLARICE NEUPERT Cambridge, Wisconsin Elementary MARGUERITE RESLER Beloit, Wisconsin Academic Mercier; A Cappellu; Thespiuns ROBERT SENSENEY Milwaukee, Wisconsin Academic Phi Chi Epsilon JANET MAY Fort Atkinson, Wisconsin Kindergarten-Primary A.C.E.; Wesley; W.S.G.A. Greas- urerh Kappa Delta Pi 5ecre- taryh Theia Sigma Upsilon $ac- returw JOYCE NEESE Sheboygan, Wisconsin Commercial W.S.G.A.; A Cappella; Infer- sorority Council Presidenn; Sigma Sigma Sigma Wresidenn JEAN OAKLEY Janesville, Wisconsin Academic Academic Club; Mercier; Min- neiska; Delta Sigma Epsilon EUGENE SCHULTZ Watertown, Wisconsin Academic Academic Club; L.S.A.; Kappa Delta Pi; Student Council PETER SNYDER Oconomowoc, Wisconsin Academic Lef? to right: J. Dwyer, L. Schreiber, E. River, M. Quani a1; 7957 Left to right: R. Brandt, T. Tulloch, J. Stone Back row, Left to right: M. Saugsiad, G. Davis, E. Zuehlke, H. Seeman Front row, left to right: M. Thomas, B. Barfknecht, M. Quant, A. Weber Left to right: J. Stine, D. Richards, C. Noll, D. Knuth, J. Willegal, P. Mom Murqueite Left 10 right: C. P. Hammorlund, D. Robison, M. Fraedrich, L. Schreiber, L. De Baker left 10 right: R. Stieber, W. Caldwell, P. Larson, R. Bartz, H. Kaeding Back row, left to right: B. Hansen, B. Weaver, J. Grube, D. House, W. Herbst Front row, left to right: D. Adelman, P. Davies Left to right: H. Becker, E. Prallai, R. Smocke, D. Sheldon Left to righi: D. Stiglbuuer, N. Miller, E. Skoglund, J. McGarfy, J. Rohde, V. Kagel, J. Topel Left to right: N. Schweiger, J. Passer, D. Streeion, C. Mereness, D. Flom, S. Essenmacher, L. Hilfiker, H. Sliker 41 Left to right: W. Paton, E. Hoffman, S. Tusku, A. Schlutter, F. Bertolaet, D. Reece, J. Moldenhuuer Back row, left 10 right: G. Naulf, E. Ritter, R. Sever- son, J. Kupsh, D. Tomczak, D. Giese Front row, left to right: J. Schlesner, D. Stann, D. Helgeson Back row, left 10 right: 8. Hacken, J. Dwyer, G. Behrendt, D. Duerst, R. Daniels Front row, left to right: J. Heuel, M. Axtell, B. Kundert, L. Fisher, D. Peterson 42 A Left to right: R. Andreoli, W. Johnson, M. Brown, T. Kyle 0,; W52 43 Top row, left 10 right: R. Emler, D. Poulter, J. Rogan Front row, Ieff to right: J. O'Heurn, J. Buth, G. Wu!- son, A. Gebhardt, D. Soucie Top row, left 10 right: R. Mayer, J. Kilpin, R. Novak, R. Andreoli, M. Rafhschinske, C. Soderberg Front row, left to right: P. Grunt, B. Jordalen, J. Richier, B. Mills, B. Widman, M. Schmidt, M. Jeffery Top row, left '0 right: D. Giese, C. Shaker, B. Holden, M. Hopkins, J. Bartel! Front row, left to right: L. Hedding, M. Crowley, R. Barfelson, D. Radike 44 Back row, left to right: Dennis Beula, P. Jens, B. Grogun Front row, left 10 right: J. Danforth, R. Kunze, H. Mark, M. Bodendein, M. Bodendein Back row, left 10 right: H. Jurosz, R. Adler, C. Winnie Middle row, left to right: L. Belk, J. Harringion, M. Weber, M. Brown, M. Enderle Seated, Ieff to right: M. Schroeder, A. Stowe", K. Swan Left to right: C. Rood, D. Schlifz, M. Crichton, A. Tobison, S. Troemler, D. Orr, l. Voss, V. Russell, D. Grossmun 45 Left to right: C. Harmon, D. Vadnais, E. Bye, E. Spencer, 5. Dybevik Top row, left to righi: T. Berens, E. Mues, G. Vergenz, J. Riesch Bottom row, left to right: J. 60550, R. Oleszek, D. Snort Top row, left to right: L. Nelson, R. Welsh, C. Carter, R. Zbikowski Bottom row, left to right: A. Michaels, R. SchwiHers, J. Richter 46 Back row, left 10 right: E. Zuhn, T. Cummings, M. Caldwell, R. Casper Front row, left 10 right: R. Fell, J. Ruehmer, B. Wen- dorf, M. Erdmann '3! a Back row, left to right: H. Jasinski, M. Saugstad, C. Dodson, R. Harthun Front row, left to right: E. Auby, l. Mickelson, l. Marshall, M. Kerley Back row, Ief! to right: E. Codes, R. Polzin, W. Herbs! From row, left to right: J. Harder, J. Hudson, G. Broeren, E. Taggart, C. Newton 47 Top row, left to right: T. Kyle, W. Johnson Middle row, left to righl: M. Kiernes, J. Junke Bottom row, left to right: M. Hawley, L. Behmke, M. Petersen, M. Bilder Top row, left to right: R. Winarski, J. Shanahan, J. Perry, K. Steadmun Bottow row, left to right: J. Trindl, A. McGariy Left to right: D. Manion, N. Moldenhuuer, P. Murphy, J. Cardamon 66am at; 7 ?53 . . . tlzeiltd M lee eayeanm afaM Med 49 Back row, left to right: E. Homing, F. Brenholf, R. Anderson, D. Jansen Front row, left to right: D. Blunt, D. Bohnsdahl, B. Doschudies, M. Bodendein Back row, left to right: K. Raufman, J. Cardamon, W. Hemlock, W. Reese, E. Wilhelm Front row, left to right: W. Rogers, C. Stenzel, J. Marck, J. lehman, D. Stanton, D. Yach left to right: L. Warner, l. Woolsey, M. Warren, D. Zandi, D. Deming Back row, left 10 right: P. Murphy, N. Steele, ,A. Mueller Front row, Iefi to righi: R. Brunsvold, J. Shoman, B. Novak Back row, left to right: M. Spungler, N. Molden- hauer, D. Borreson, L. Elver Front row, left to right: M. Meyer, J. Sluessy, G. Fox, G. Vania, G. Walther Lef' to right: F. Oberg, C. Webb, J. Travis, A. Cook Back row, left to right: R. Patten, G. Carlson, P. lurson From row, left to right R. Harrington, J. Gersek Back row, left to right: R. Snyder, D. Rhymer, N. Smith Middle row, left to right: A. Weier, S. Schmerse, C. Leieck, D. Simonson, R. Veriz Front row, left to right: P. Abraham, V. Turnquisi, S. S'uckey Left to right: D. Gloyd, J. O'Brien, D. Baker wa wgy'w Left to righi: R. Reinhard, K. Klemke, A. Kunz, R. Hahn 6 Back row, left to right: J. Burant, V. Daniels, J. Davis, K. Detienne Front row, left to right: 5. Baptis', G. Behrens, M. Babcock, A. Buchs Lef' to right: E. Gruefzman, l. Freiberg, E. Uiazdow- ski, C. Casberg Back row, left to right: J. Johnson, M. Salier, M. White, V. Giles, R. Dalzbo, D. Manion Front row, left '10 right: J. Dean, S. Anderson, D. Vignali Back row, left to right: J. Benson, B. Lauderdale, M. Meylhaler, J. Behmke Front row, left to righh T. Klusendorf, D. Nicholson P. Reksfad, T. Schoenke I . . g." 1.. 58 Vt! Iu ..b .e Hln .oI S e .w . . . Fischerg ing royalty Homecom V ow: ..an . 9 055K 59 memWWWath.mi5n a HNCO x BREWER! 2- 2 63 Left to right: K. Finger, N. Schweiger, M. Bohn, D. Helgeson, D. Standing, lef? 10 right: Deffke, J. Davis, D. Sheldon Seated, left f0 right: D. Flom, V. Kagel, J. Rohde E. RiMer, H. Sliker, K. Jorslad, J. Hagen Pi Omega Pi Under the direction of Mr. Paul A. Carlson, the high-ranking commercial scholars began working on a plan to inaugurate Future Business Leaders of America chapters in state high schools. One of the big proiects undertaken by the group was publication of the school directory. Left to righi: L. De Baker, L. Mufson, R. Larson, C. Zwiebel, E. Wilsmann e e V . g .-., .-. r b ; i i ii 3 i7 3 ,rs': 1! H 15. g e: g $ . lei 3,; e , 5 3H1!!! ' 64 Back row, left to right: R. Klumb, E. Schultz, A Pinfold Front row, left to right: J. May, S. Gies, K. Geiter Kappa Delta Pi Made up of high-ranking scholars in the rural, elementary, and academic curricula, this group works for higher standards in education with the assistance of their sponsor, Reuben Klumb. Back row, left to rTght: E. Wuchendoxf, B. Spies, P. Summers, M. Bloom, J. Grube Midd!e row, left to right: E. Bottger, W. Paton, M. Schmitt, P. Rindy, E. Wiedemun, F. Bertolaet Front row, left to right: R. Dwyer, M. Patey, D. Kauth, N. Miller, B. Acklam mum... 23, Back, left to right: J. Bcltzer, J. Willegal, R. Emler, R. Thompson, D. Root, K. Johnson, D. Vignali, M. Crichton, H. Howe Front, left to right: T. NeHesheim, J. Ferraro Academic Club Standing, left to right: J. Van Acker, D. Tenquist B. Acklam, R. Chadbourn, E. Schultz, Dr. A. Winiher Seared, top, left to right: E. Hoffman, R. Bryuni, E. Kolman, L. Pinnor, E. Gruetzman, Mr. C. Wellers Seated, front, left to right: D. Reece, E. Bnger, R. Hawley 66 Bark row, left 10 right: B. Spies, C. Belzer, V. Russell, D. Adelman, N. Sommers, A. Kunz, E. Everson Middle row, left to right: A. Tobison, J. Hunt, D. Haase, Miss Barchef Front row, left to righi: P. Sommers, P. Frank, P. Davies, M. Clark, J. Grube A. C. E.. Elementary students making up this group assisted in planning P.T.A. meet- ings, put on a stunt night skit, sponsored a convocation program, and held social meetings. Back row, left to right: Miss C. Tuft, T. Cummings, M. Back row, left to right: N. Smith, L. Dameri, J. Burani Babcock Middle row, leff to right: M. Caldwell, G. Meyer, V. Daniels, M. Middle row, left to right: B. Hanson, L. Hanson, P. Abra- Alby ham, 5. Olson Front row, left to right: M. Meyihuler, A. Handel, P. Grant, M. Front row, left to right: W. Herbst, J. O'Brien, M. Meyer, Coon , D. Stanton 1 67 .J- . a Back row, left to right: M. SchmiH, A. Pinfold, P. Mont Marquene, D. Hinz, R. Sager Middle row, left to right: F. Bertoluet, M. Dill, J. Nyland, J. lehman, J. Smiih, M. Pluckhan Front row, left to righf: l. Mickelson, D. Adelman, M. Ratzhinske, B. Sccbie, M. White, Mrs. A. Anderson Thespians This dramatic group sponsored the convocation production of Macbeth and made application for a charter in the national organization, Theta Alpha Phi. Back rcw, lef: 10 righi: J. Hunt, R. Klinkhammer, B. Tullock, M. Klom, R. Krahn, T. Tullock Middle row, left to right: J. Ferraro, J. Rohde, J. Balizer, D. McKewun, J. Harmon Front row, left to right: C. Belzer, M Kruescher, B. Spies, E. Spencer Top, left: R. Sager, B. Spies, J. Clouiier Uohn loves Marw Top, right: P. Rindy K3lass Menugerid Dramatics Bottom, left: Uohn loves Muuw cvriuin rall Bottom, right: M. Pluckhun Uocn of lorruind Left to right: L. De Baker, A. PiHs, Dr. W. Barnett, F. Bertoluef Forensics Successful seasons in intercollegiate oratory and debate under the respec- tive direction of Dean Wynett Barnett and Dr. J. von Trebra made up the year's forensic activities. Back row, left to right: P. Disch, W. Paton, J. Moldenhauer, S. Anderson, F. Bertoluet Front row, left to right: D. Vignali, M. Crichton, J. van Trebru, D. R001, M. Baird 7O Pi Kappa Delta Qualified orators and debaters become members of this national honor fraternity. The organization, sponsored by Dr. J. von Trebra, sponsored convo- cations and held on annual banquet honoring graduating seniors and prospective members who have met the qualifications for membership. Left to right: L. De Baker, A. Pitts, P. Disch, J. von Trebra, W. Paion, M. Baird, F. Bertolaet 71 JOANNE SUSTACHEK Editor LEONARD F. DE BAKER Associate Editor EDWARD RITTER Business Manager LEE ASHTON and JOHN LESLIE Photographers Left 10 right: H. Emler, R. Siieber, J. Harder, K. S1eadman, M. Back row, left to right: L. Nelson, R. Gufknechi, W. Harvey, D. Bodendein, M. Crichton, I. Pugh, L. Hilfiker, T. Tulloch Molner, G. Nuult Middle row, left to right: 8. Essenmucher, J. Topel, D. Flom, I. Pugh Front: R. Larson Royal Purple Journalistic talents do not go unheeded at Whitewater, since the college newspaper staff boasts of some very excellent writers. The staff meets Tuesday noon deliveries every week and produces a high type of newspaper. Standing, left to right: L. De Baker, J. Moldenhauer, J. Grube, M. Fraedrich, L. Behmke, G. Davis : S. Essenmacher, R. Gutknechf Top, left: R. Larson, E. Coe, D. Molner Top, right: D. Flom, S. Essenmacher Middle: R. Gutknechi, T. Tullock, l. Pugh, J. Topel Botiom: mented D. Molner 75 .4 Standing, left to right: Mr. J. Heide, J. Leslie, l. Ashton, I. Pugh, D. Tenquist, A. Pinfold, D. S holler, C. Beetow Seated, lef; to right: J. Boltzer, M. Crichton, D. Root hitewater Wits One of the most important undertakings of this still young campus organiza- tion is the publication of the Tower, a collection of the writing done by members throughout the year. They also sponsored foreign language movies, and, at their meetings, sustained by a bottomless coffee pot, they criticized writing done by the members. Standing, left to right: D. Schaller, Mr. J. Heide, D. Tenquist, C. Beetow Seated, left to right: D. Root, M. Crichton, J. Lesl'e, A. Pinfold, V. Gordanier left to right: Mr. J. Heide, J. Shanahnn, L. Ashton i i Zeta Eta Theta Back row, left 10 right: S. Wright, M. Cnare, R. Kruhn Front row, left to right: W. Weinke, J. Baurichter Christmas caroling and various musical programs made the day an inter- esting one for Zeta Eta Thetas, an organization whose membership is limited to students who have musical abilities and interests. :is Vii. i3$5i$ . 78 81 ! Standing, left 10 right: V. Kugel, E. Ritter, J. Topel Standing, left 10 right: C. Ebert, R. Hoffman, L. Warner Seated, left to right: Mr. V. Graham, R. Bariz, J. Passer, V. Loberg, Seated, left to right: J. Vorpugel, D. Giese, C. Sienzel, M. R. Goeizke Babcock, J. Harder I.. S. C. S. This religious organization, sponsored by St. John's Lutheran Church, en- joyed a year of fun and fellowship with two meetings each month one a dis- cussion program, and the other a social gathering; besides holiday parties, sleigh rides, and scavenger hunts. 82 The First English Lutheran Church sponsored the other Lutheran campus group. The Hub Region Convention at Northwestern and the spring training camp at Lake Minikani were included among the various activities in which the group participated. Back row, left to right: R. Thompson, D. Sheldon, A. Michaels, E. Schultz, Miss M. Benson, E. Zuehlke, J. Lunde, D. Carlson, D. Zimdurs Middle row, left to right: 8. Jordalen, E. Auby, J. Ruehmer, J. Hudson, D. Helgeson Front row, left to right: M. Huwley, J. Sletten, l. Voss Standing, left to right: J. Davis, M. Crichton, Miss F. Goodhue, l. Marshall, R. Gufknechf Seaied, leff to right: A. Siowell, B. Acklam, J. Baltzer, R. Chodbourn, M. Meythaler, N. Summers Scrooby This Congregational Church group enjoyed discussions, guest speakers, par- ties, hay rides, caroling, and candy-making for church bazaars, which were included among the year's activities. Standing, left to right: R. Emler, M. Tidyman, S. Essenmucher, M. Trupp, J. Rohde, E. Wiedeman Front, lefi to right: Miss L. Harrison, M. Clark, 5. Baptisi, P. Larson 84 Back row, left to right: Rev. M. Gordanier, C. Campbell, G. Homing, W. Rogers, R. Brandt, R. Sager, M. Hopkins, J. Langley Front row, left to right: D. Piper, J. Forresi, A. Sprecher, L. Giles Wesley 85 Left to righf: Rev. Berry, D. Zandi, R. Topolski, G. Behrendt, R. Daniels, J. Eulberg Mercier . . . Gen and Joe 86 Back row, left to right: E. Kroeger, R. Hawley, J. Hunnon, J. Kupsh, L. Mammina, K. Griffin, G. Fox, D. Stanton, V. Gilles Front row, left to right: M. White, S. Wright, A. Rozmariek, N. Miller, J. Oakley, V. Schoen- mann, M. Bohn, N. Schweiger, T. Cummings Highlighting the year's activities for this group of Catholic students was the annual Christmas formal. Among other activities, the annual convention in Chicago and the regional convention at Mundelein College helped to promote understanding and good will. Back row, left to right: M. Weber, B. Prallat, J. Hunt, B. Keppers, F. Baurithter, A. Boos, D. Kauth, B. Weier Front row, left to right: R. Bartelson, D. Tomczak, J. Costello, R. Andreoli, J. Ferraro, K. King, C. Zwiebel . .-.v.,. "gnuuu- unau-m .155 EEEaaad Back row, left to right: 8. Daeschades, B. Keppers, D. Zimdars, D. Baker, G. Wuhhers Front row, left to right: M. Salter, M. Alderson 701mm Standing, left to right: T. SchwiNers, K. Roemer, R. Harrington, J. Vorpagel Seated left to right: 3. Schrank, M. Clark, D. Grueneberg, M. Crowley Seated, below 5. Esxenmucher, .I. Mark 1 OUSQ .v . ... A Back row, left to righi: J. Taylor, J. Gersek, D. Klitzke, 1. Bear, J. Davis, D. Dierking Front row, left to right: J. Benson, G. Drew, J. Steussey s dim; Shela"? Back row, left '0 right: M. Brown, J. Harringion, M. Cnare, B. loiselle Front row, left to right: F. Napier, J. Bone", M. Kreklow, L. Hedding, P. Grant, F. Buurichter F I Back row, left to right: R. Krul'm, S. Baptist, Dr. W. BarneH, M. Crichton, Miss M. Gust, E. Wuchendorf Front row, left to right: R. Klinkhammer, C. Belzer, K. Geiter, E. Salisbury Back row, left to right: M. Crichton, E. Salisbury, R. Klinkhammer Front row, left to right: C. Belzer, R. Krahn, S. Baptist, E. Wachendorf, A. Kunz, K. Geiter Inter-Sorority Council The lnter-Sorority Councit, soon to be known as the PanheHenic Council, arranges rushing dates and works for harmony among the women's groups under the leadership of President Joyce Neese and Secretary Catherine ZwiebeI. a 3- , 9g Back row, left 10 righh J. Nyland, D. Sliglbauer, L. Kolb, V. Schoenmann, N. Schweiger Front row, left to right: M. Pluckhan, P. Purcell, C. Anderson The "athletic sorority" boasts another good year - trophies for bowling, volleyball, and tennis graced the mantle. They had their parties, too, and sponsored dances and banquets. They beamed at the prom king's choice of a sister, LaVerne Schreiber, as prom queen. Back row, left to right: L. Schreiber, M. Froedrich Front row, left 10 right: H. Carlson, J. Grube, J. Moldenhauer, D. Adelman M e, ,fy 92 Back row, left to right: M. McGuire, M. Bilder Front row, left to right V. Flath, 5. Ketchum, M. Prescott, V. Loberg Alpha Sigma Back row, Iefi to right: B. Grogan, J. Werle, R. Dwyer, M. Bohn, L. Blink Front row, left 10 right: L. Fisher, l. Mickelson, M. Bloom, P. Grant ; . try 93 Back row, Iefi to right: R. Hughlen, J. Langley, J. O'Brien Middle row, left 10 right: M. Hopkins, D. Wegner, M. Froemming, B. Wendorf, M. Peterson, J. Richter Front row, left to right: B. Johnson, V. Little Delta Sigma Epsilon Standing, left 10 right: J. Willegul, D. Deffke, J. Orn, P. Mur- Back row, left to right: L. Wilcox, B. Scobie, M. Crowley, T. phy Schwiners, B. Schrank, V. Roberis Front row, left to right: I. Marshall, L. Behmke, S. Essenmacher, Front row, left to right: L. Hanson, G. Carlson, M. Weun, S. M. Clark, A. Slowell, K. Swan Olson Back row, left to right: B. Acklam, S. Gies, S. Ehlert, P. Nelson, Back row, left to right: A. Weber, D. House, P. Davies, D. E. Christ McCarthy, N. Sommers, J. Weston Middle row, left to right: J. Passer, M. Trapp, Miss E. OoIe, Front row, left to right: V. Kagel, M. Quant, J. Sanderson, J. Mrs. W. Stout, National Officer, J. Topel Richter Front row, left to right: J. Oakley, J. Kinney, J. Huhn They observed one of their sisters, Shirley Ehlert, in the role of homecoming queen, sponsored cm aII-school dance, and honored the seniors with a formal dance. Mrs. Wilbur Stout of Hattiesburg, Mississippi was the national officer present at this year's chapter inspection. . . . Formoldinner . Wm V . Homecoming float WINNIE -; I vlorrlluu.., Back row, left to righf: M. Baird, B. Widman, P. Judd, A. Ba k row, left to right: D. Streeion, M. Erdmann, T. Cum- McGarfy mings, G. Reinke From row, left to right: M. Harris, D. Grossman, J. Richter, Front row, left 10 right: D. Grueneberg, B. Weaver, M. Schmm B. Loiselle They sponsored school mixers, initiated 14 new members, and congratulated sister Gen Naulf, queen of the Mercier formal, and Catherine Zwiebel and Janet May upon their election to Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities. Back row, left to right: l. Maison, M. Kopp, D. Gallup Front row, left to right: D. Robison, G. Noult, J. Costello, C. Zwiebel k xv "fa Back row, left to right: L. Hedding, M. Thomas, L. Belk From row, left to right: K. King, K. McKenzie, V. Russell, A. Tobison Theta Sigma Upsilon 1 $4? 55$ m ' 97 Left to right: B. Mills, M. Enderle, E. Feeney, M. Brown, J. Back row, left to right; 8. Hanson, M. Stearns, M. Bodendein, Christiansen, E. Chiaverotti, A. Dybevik, D. McKewan, J. W. Herbst Stevenson Middle row, left to right: E. Spencer, R. Severson, J. Harrington Front row, left to right: J. Neese, G. Watson The Tri Sigmas ran off with Homecoming prizes in the serious float and house decoration sections, lived in their new house at 500 Main, held their tra- ditional Parents' Tea, and shared their beauties with the rest of the people on campus. Left to right: P. McGinley, J. Martin, N. Miller, J. Sustachek, D. Stann, .l. Wilkinson, M. Nixdorf hm. Lef? to right: C. Winnie, J. Ruehmer, B. Burfknecht, G. Calkins, M. Schmin, M. Boden- dein, P. Jens, J. Harder, B. Kundert Sigma Sigma Sigma . . Sextette wows'em . . . "We'll Pick Victory" 1 ; z; . 3Q . r ; Standing, left to right: J. Kupsh, C. Eben, Seated, Ieff 90 right: E. Kroeger, H. Seeman, R. Howley, D. Molner R. Larson, E. Rutter, D. Reece Chi Delta Rho Left to right: R. Andreoli, D. Richards, D. Olson, R. Vanden Avond, H. Kimball , 2m , 101 Standing, left to righi: R. Kunze, R. Winarski, R. Chadbourn, K. Vincent, J. LyneH Seated, left 10 right: H. Emler, N. Tidyman, R. Gufknechf, F. Bertolaet Standing, Ief? to right: K. Finger, K. Luughran, M. Hankin, R. Harkness, K. Jorsfad Seated, leff to right: R. Punzel, F. Freiberg, M. Singkofer, R. Brandt Standing, left to right: F. Boucher, J. Olsen, J. Cardamon, J. Jekel, J. Danforth Seated, left to righi: R. Thomson. E. Weideman, E. Zahn, D. Tenquisf, C. Carter Top row, left to right: E. Winter, L. Ashton, A. Pinfold, P. Rindy, D. Rudtke, R. Hernday Seated, left to right: R. Warner, R. Miller, C. Hendrickson, Mr. C. Flanagan, A. Lein The Sigmas spurnedelection pacts, initiated talented new members, elected Alpha Marge McGuire as their "Rose", and gave notice to other organizations, that next year the Sigmas would be the "team to beat." Back row, left to right: l. Hood, R. Lucas, 6. Detro, C. Harmon Front row, left to right: D. Duerst, T. Berens, D. Klug, A. Berglund, R. Chamberlain Baker, 3. Gardner, W. Theune, R. Mech, E. Bottger, E. Craft, L. De Standing, left to right: R. Navine, D. Potis Seated, left to right: 0. Bull, K. Deiro, G. Radtke, R. Blan, E. Peizko, M. Hauser Sigma Tau Gamma Standing, left to righi: T. Kyle, R. Krahn, V. Pollock, C. Noll, D. Hinx, J. Riesch Seaied, left 10 right: D. Zandi, G. Vergenz, W. Johnson, R. Daniels, M. Saugstad Standing, left 10 right: P. Larson, W. Robeson, W. Reese, F. Brenholf, R. Sager, R. Reinhard Seated, left to righf: T. Tabili, R. Brunsvold, J. Stone, J. Sand- berg, K. Elwood, L. Slelzer Left to righf: R. Goetzke, R. Hoppe, G. Schoeppe, C. Pulmgren Standing, left to right: D. Poulter, D. Jansen, H. Field, J. Hannon, D. Carlson, R. Goefzke Seated, left to right: G. Clark, D. Day, J. Brys, W. Caldwell, G. Johnson 104 Standing, left to right: J. St. Thomas, C. Hommarlund, L. Warner Seated, left to right: R. Sfieber, H. Kaeding, J. Davis, W. Paton, R. Barfz, J. Stine Phi Sigma Epsilon The newly-chartered Phi Sigmas walked off with Homecoming float honors, stunt night honors, and held an elaborate ceiebration when the national charter was granted early this year. Standing, left to right: I. Pugh, L. Prahl, R. Johnson, R. Gunser, J. Moldenhauer 105 Standing, left to right: H. Stamm, S. Rudowski, H. Jasinski, W. Scott, E. Dwyer Seated, left to right: R. Diekroeger, R. Puerner, Mr. Paul Carlson, J. Dwyer, J. Bernardy The Phi Chis boosted the largest number of active members of any men's organization on campus, saw brother Ed Dwyer become the college's first student council president, and walked off with inter-frat basketball and bowling honors. Standing, left to right: D. Schaller, R. Youngs, W. Koenig, Mr. J. Greene, G. Behrendf, D. Beula Sealed, left f0 right: N. Mugno, H. Jasinski, D. Donovan, R. Novak, S. Radowski 106 Standing, left to right: J. Eulberg, E. Bye, J. Frey, J. Dresen, E. Mae: Seated, left to right: R. Puerner, J. O'Hearn, D. Snart, L. Hilfiker, H. Woinowski Phi Chi Epsilon Standing, left to righi: R. Durner, R. Zbikowski, J. Reckord, T. Sczbecki Seated, left to right: G. Buth, J. McGurly, L. Moniy, W. Pe'ers . . . Phi Chis feature male quartet and Wally Peters at sound-offs. Left to right: R. Goetzke, M. Singkofer, H. Stamm, C. Hendrickson Inter-Fraternity Council Made up of representatives from each of the four campus fraternities, the council ruled on inter-frcn affairs and held an inter-fraternity ball for the first time since the war. Left to right: J. Davis, C. Ebert, R. Hernday, C. Hendrickson, A Stuyvesant, K. Finger, G. Behrendt, D. Donovan . , . . Standing, left to right: J. Hall, E. Molinaro, L. Schmale, W. Koenig, J. Dwyer, J. Eulberg Seated, left to right: R. Noonan, H. Woinowski, S. Tuska, D. Donovan 6 W9, Standing, left 90 right: C. Wes1phul, G. Both, F. Boehme, M. Saugsiad, J. Hagen, Mr. E. Schwager Seated, left to right: H. Kimball, R. Post, R. Bailey, R. Vanden Avond, R. Miller Standing, left 10 right: D. Koeppen, P. Kinsella, J. Dresen, N. Magno, E. Wilsmann, J. McGarly, Mr. R. Krzoska Seated, left to right: J. Hagen, W. Johnson, R. Dyer Club The first student council election in college history . . . Student Council . . . produced the following results: Back row, left to right: M. Thomas, K. Swan, D. Reece, F. Bertolaet, P. Murphy Front row, lefl To right: E. Christ, W. Paton, J. Grube, L. Kolb, P. Kinsella Standing: First Student Council President, Edwin Dwyer "His Royal Highness" Dick Durner, a member of Phi Chi Epsilon fraternity, selected Miss LaVerne Schreiber, an Alpha Sigma, to reign with him at the annual Junior prom held on May 6. Richard Kent's orchestra furnished the music in a beautiful "Moon- light and Roses" setting. ...mgdl W-WW"... 114 MMLL WWW? 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Euw Scan; "Em: 2 Cm. .30.. 1:0umw c2595. .z .Euwgouum .h .memaN .m .thuo J .mmcmEEDU A ioou :c. EncooZ .m .com-uoo .U :mvxcm .m .muuaow .0 $5.30 .m 9.3635 .n .mui-OL .Z $358.0 .x .52 9:15 .0 .52 "Em: 2 C2 .30. mo... p.14... Kimmmlfa, meLmOx 0.2m0v. 2.53m zMFXmD 24$OZOD Ozmmgbm xm...:2 22113:; 209525 920 3 ZwQZdS m.:4m coEocz 95010.0 $89,136:: mEtEm .SO . . . Defense Basketball Back row, left to right: Mgr. G. Buih, H. Jarosz, J. Cardamon, Coach R. Krzoska Middle row, lef? to right: D. Manion, E. Bye, T. Bauer, W. Koe 139, M. Miller, J. Dwyer, J. Bohlmun Front row, left to right: W. Tomaszewski, E. Molinaro, R. Noo Ian, R. Polzin, W. Helbst, R. Hahn, J. Riesch, A. Schlcmer Season Record Opponent Played at WSTC score Milwaukee ,,,,,,,,, Milwaukee 4non-conference5 ,,,,,,,,,,,, 50 Concordia ,,,,,,,, Milwaukee 4non-conference4 3333333w1nw 79 Carroll Whifewoter 6non-conference4 ,,,,,,,,,,,, 60 Northwestern Wcterfown 4non-conference5 ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 81 Milton ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Whitewater mon-conferenca ,,,,,,,,,,,, 60 Stevens Point ,,,,,, Whitewater 54 Milwaukee ,-3wu, Milwaukee ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 44 De Kalb ........... De Kalb, Ill. mon-conferenca ........... , ,,,,, 53 Milton ,,,,,,,,,,,,, Milton 6non-conference5 60 Stout Menomonie ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 52 La Crosse ,,,,,,,,,, La Crosse ............................... 48 Oshkosh ,,,,,,,,,, Whifewoter ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 73 Platfeville ,,,,,,,,,, PIaHeviIle 3 ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 53 Stevens Point 333333 Stevens Point ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 69 Carroll ,,,,,,,,,,, Woukesho 4non-conference4 3333333333333333 47 Milwaukee ,,,,,,,, Whifewater ,,,WV,,3 ,,,,,,,,,,5-.. munum 70 Superior 3333333333 Whitewater ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 67 River Falls 33333333333 Whitewater .mamd m,hdww,k,,133,w-3-. 56 De Kalb 3333333333 Whitewater 4non-conference4 ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 80 Oshkosh 3333333333 Oshkosh 333333333333333333333333333333 65 PIaHeville 333333333 Whitewater 3333333333333333333333333333 66 Concordia 333333333 Whitewater 4non-conference4 ............ 78 Won H,Losf11 120 Opponents 62 50 44 41 50 55 55 78 58 71 60 80 7O 63 50 65 51 80 65 69 61 57 "Big Red" oufiumps the River Falls giant, Nate De Long, to get the tip- off in a conference game. "Red" Herbs? takes one off the board against Carroll as Gene Mo- linaro readies himself for a hand- off. Back row, lefl to right: Coach W. Anderson, C. Peck, M. Miller, E. Kolman Kneeling, left to righf: E. Skoglund, R. Hoffman, R. Daniels Left to righi: Coach R. Krzoska, D. Koeppen, M. Dahl, W. Millner, P. Kinsellu, A. McLean 122 Track . . Sprint star Dick Bailey win; another . . . "Husky" Wiederholdt goes up and over 123 Rum Dums - champs Phi Chi Epsilon fun a Gnu Prodigal Vultures 124 Phi Sigma Epsilon Unholies ' 'v'r Ercaklrs Fritzies Pinbreakers Back row, left to right: A. Rozmariek, J. Moldenhauer, P. Nelson, S. Gies Front row, Ief? to right: Miss F. Goodhue Back row, left to right: A. Kunz, B. Daeschades, B. Keppers, B. Prallal, K. Swan Middle row, left 10 right: C. Stenzel, V. Gilles, D. Tomczak, D. Giese, l. Marshall, D, Helgeson Front row, left to right: M. Trapp, B. Acklum, N. Sommers, A. Weber 126 Standing, left 10 right: V. Russell, A. Tobison, K. Schmidt, J. Nyland, M. Clark, M. Pluckhan, N. Miller, S. Stuckey Middle row, left 10 right: G. Carlson, J. Schlesner, M. Everson, M. Puiey, J. Grube, N. Molden- hauer, V. Kagel Front row, left to right: 5. Olson, A. Weier, B. Johnson, V. Little, M. Spengler, A. Boos W. A. A. Back row, left to right: J. Hunt, L Sutherland, 5. Wright, L. Hedding, S. Essenmacher, M. Weun Middle row, left to right: D. Bohnsdahl, B. Scobie, E. Everson, B. Campbell, D. Luxinger, J. Dye Fronf row, left to right: J. Roberts, L. Mamminu, J. Willegal, G. Fox s 57qu d $4 dx i 9ch - ay en 5 we Inger sunset 2 re ailingtiis occompimhmenfs 0nd $mper+ectiOnT $3; C kno that rnufs afterglow WIN come-2 ? m mow end ofher students ctoffge M i s ired by our daydredms. I . :-;:x:nzxn7:'1'tw '$ ' " W .--. 3-4- + 7 RFndeolw $


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