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Wisconsin alumni magazine
Volume 13, Number 5 (Feb. 1912)

The Wisconsin alumni clubs,   pp. [253]-256


Page [253]


THE WISCONSIN ALUMNI CLUBS
MONTANA ALUMNI BANQUET
     By J. H. WARNER, '04
T HE Third Annual Banquet of
    the University of Wisconsin
Alumni Association of Montana
was held at the Grandon Hotel,
Helena, at 8:30 P. M., December
30, 1911. This meeting was by far
the most successful and enthusias-
tic meeting yet held by the organ-
ization.
  Eighteen representatives of the
University of Wisconsin were pres-
ent as follows:
  Dr. Maria M. Dean, '80, Helena;
Hon. T. J. Walsh, L '84, Helena;
Win. H. Poorman, L  '88, Helena;
A. W. Richter, '89, Missoula; Os-
car Rohn, '95, Butte; Dr. H. H.
Swain ~dJI, kGradb~. '.97, D~iilllon ,E.' D.
Phelan, L '04, Helena; J. H. War-
ner, '04, Butte; Eva La Reau, '07,
Helena; Frieda  Fligelman, '10,
Helena; John C. Beebe, '10, Hel-
ena; Louis S. Davis, '10, Helena;
N. F. Olson, '10, Helena; Ida Au-
erbach, '10, Helena; Alfred Hib-
bard, Helena; Josephine M. Haley,
Helena; K. W. Pickett, Helena;
J. R. Johnson, Helena.
  The list of toasts arranged for
was as follows:
  Hon. T. J. Walsh, '84, Toast-
master.
  Prof. A. W. Richter, '89, "Fam-
ous Wisconsinites."
  Oscar  Rohn, '95, "President
Van Hise.
  La Reau Smith, "Comedy of
Errors."
  E. D. Phelan, '04, "Co-Eds."
  Dr. Maria M. Dean, '80, "Great-
er Wisconsin."
  Prof. H. H. Swain, '97, "Rem-
iniscences."
  George Downer, '97, "Football
at U. of W. 1911."
  Frieda Fligelman, '10, "Free-
dom of Speech at Wisconsin."
  W. H. Poorman, '88, "When I
was a Freshman."
  Mr. La Reau Smith    and Mr.
Downer were unable to be present;
ofherwise the toasts were respond-
ed to as arrAnged.
  The key-note sounded in the va-
rious " addresses emphasized the
high standards and ideals estab-
lished by the University of Wis-
consin and the responsibilities of
graduates to the university and to
humanity in carrying out in their
life work *the ideas of truth and
service which Wisconsin Univer-
sity stands for.
  To the younger alumni present
the inspirational value of this
meeting can not be measured. Of
greater influence than the thoughts
expressed was the tangible pres-


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