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Hobbs, M. K. (ed.) / The Wisconsin alumni magazine
Volume 27, Number 10 (Aug. 1926)

Index to volume XXVII,   pp. 357-358


Page 357


A'ugust, 1926
Agricultural College Graduates will be
  Needed, F. B. Morrison, 190
  Allen, F. L., The Divine Right of Alumni, 193
Alumni News: Births, 17, 51, 77, 105, 132,
   168, 205, 251, 252, 292, 350
   Deaths, 17, 51, 77, 105, 132, 168, 206,
   292, 350
   Engagements, 16, 50, 76, 104, 131, 167,
   205, 251, 291, 348.
   Marriages, 16, 50, 76, 105, 131, 167, 205,
   291, 349
Alumni Records Office, The New, 281
Arden Club and the Arden House, The,
  Stuart Palnter, 249
Ashmun, Margaret, No School Tomorrow, 289
Athletics, H. M. Golden; 14, 46, 70, 100,
  126, 162, 196, 244, 286
Attempt to Shackle the Future, An, A. W.
  Meyer, 66
Baccalaureate, The, President Glenn Frank,
  328
Beebe, Dr. Spencer, Minority Report of
  Member of Committee of Alumni to In-
  vestigate the Action of the Regent~s Re-
  tuising allVGifts fo dctoa     ona
  tions, 124
Book Notes, 47, 84, '99, 125, 160, 191, 232,
  289
Book of Rural Life, A, 232
Books by Wisconsin Graduates, 289
Bridgman, L. W., A Memorable Freshman
  Race, 340
Brown, Randolph, Wisconsin at Poughkeep-
  sie, 336
Butts, Porter, The President Digs-Digging
  Days, 9; The Union Building, 85
Byron, Charles L., President's First Message
  to Alumni, 319
Campus Notes and Faculty News, 10, 40,
  67, 78, 99, 128, 157, 197, 239, 282, 331  '
Century Readings in Ancient Classical and
  Modern European Literature, Grant Show-
  erman, J. W. Cunliffe, 84
Class News, 18, 52, 79, 106, 132, 168, 206,
  252, 292, 351
Clubs, Alumni: Akron, 163, 245; Alumni
  Glee Club, 164; Ames, 129; Antigo, 11;
  Appleton, 245; Ashland, 49, 101; Baraboo,
  163; Beloit, 163; Chicago Alumnae; 129,
  246, 288; Chicago Alumni, 11, 49, 73, 101,
  129, 202, 246, 288, 347; Charleston Big Ten
  Club, 14; Cleveland, 11; Dallas, 202;
  Dayton, 102, 288; Detroit, 102; Detroit
  Alumnae, 49, 73, 130, 164, 246; Door
  County, 11, 130; Downers Grove, 73;
  Duluth, 73; Duluth Alumnae, 246; Eugene,
  288; Fargo, 102: Fond du Lac, 11, 347;
  Georgia, 11; Grand Forks, 202; Indian-
  apolis, 12; Janesville, 12; Knoxville, 12,
  202; La Crosse, 12, 130; La Fayette, 165;
  Lexington, 165; Los Angeles, 12, 247T
  Los Angeles Alumni, 165; Madison Com-
  merce Alumnae, 73; Manila, 347; Mari-
  nette, 12; Marshfield, 12; Minneapolis
  XLiLUilUlll,  Ou, - 1uz,  soI;  LV11H'UteapoUls  nl-
  umni, 13, 50, 73, 102, 203; New England,
  74; New York, 13, 103, 130, 203, 247;
  Peking, 129; Pharmacy, 13; Philadelphia,
  74; Pittsburg, 74; Oshkosh, 14; Racine,
  204; Rusk County, 74; St. Croix Valley,
  290, 348; St. Louis, 14; San Diego, 74;
  Shanghai, 103; Southern California Al-
  umnae, 14, 131, 204; Sparta, 167; Spring-
  field, Mo., 104; Syracuse, 348; Teacher's
  Club, 14, 75; Toledo, 14, 75, 204; Tri-
  Cities, 246; Tulsa, 104; Washington State
  College, 14.
College of Engineering, The, F. E. Turneaure,
  235
Commencement, Details of, 227; Program,
  247; Commencement Week, 273
Commencement Week, 273
Commencement Week, (Program), 247
Comments' Upon Life Membership, L. F.
  Van Hagan, 63
Constitution, New, 5; Amendments Pro-
  posed, 271; Ballott on Amendments, 271
Convention of Alumni Secretaries, The
  Thirteenth, 236
Cover Designs, Elsie Heise, Ida Nicholson
  265, 312
Crawford, R. S., Our Team, 233
Cunliffe, J. W., Century Readings in Ancient
  Classical and Modern European Literature,
  84
"'Dad" Vail, The-New Speed Boat, 338
Deaths, Able, Albert, 78; Aitchison, Leigh
  Howe, 78; Atwood, C. D., 292; Atwood,
  David, 206; Bascom, Prof. G. R. 18; Blatz,
  Rega Bodden, 206; Boyce, Milledge, 78;
  Brandenburg, W. W., 132; Brindley, John,
  168; Brown, Captain, C. M., 292; Brown,
  C. N., 105; Campion, T. H., 78; Carlton, J.
  B., 52; Cheever, J. P., 78; Clark, W. A.,
  132; Clendenin, G. H., 106; Coburne,
  M. S., 106; Cronk, Alice Stephenson, 225;
  Crosby, Marion, 18; Decker, A. P. 350;
  Driver, E. S., 52; Duncan, F. W., 132;
  Edwards, Martha, 206; Flett, Judge, D.
  H., 292; Frawley, M. S., 105; Frogner,
  Allard, 206; Green Anson, 132; Guipe,
  Harry, 18; Hale, Judge L. P.. 292; Hanks,
Index to Volume XXVII
   Lucien S., 106; Harper, Blanche, 78;
   Harris, Marion Moehlenpah, 206; Hayden,
   W. H., 350; Hicks, E. R., 51; Hogan, John,
   132; Hohlfeld, Rudolph ,78, 350; Holt,
   W. H., 105; Houghton, Grace, Adams 168;
   Hoyt, M. A., 77; Hughes, Avis, 252;
   Hunsader,. L. J., 52, Kaltenberg, Ernest,
   252; Kelley, F. E., 106; Kelsey, Judge, W.
   T., 17; Kuhn, B. K., 206; Lammell, Alla-
   bel, 350; McCarthey, G. E., 132; McCoy, A.
   M. 292; McCoy, Major General, Robert
   Bruce, 106; McGovern, Dr., P. H., 17;
   Metzler, C. H., 168; Meyer, L. C., 350;
   Mills, Parmelia M., 17; Nash, Albert J.,
   350; Ochsner, Dr. A. J., 17; Ord, Catherine,
   206; Owens, Dr. R.G., 350; Oyen, H,S., 18;
   Parker, C. D., 132; Parker, Prof. F. A.,
   78; Reilly, H. W., 18; Robinson, Edith, 78;
   Rogers, W. H., 77; Rowland, David, 18;
   Salter, Dr. R. C., 78; Schoen, Norma, 18;
   Schroeder, Annieta, 52; Shafer, George, 350;
   Sidler, C. A., 18; Silbernagel, Charles, 292;
   Simpson, Judge David, F., 51; Spooner,
   R. rC .3206;-Sephensom,_ Louis,__168;
   Stoltze, Dr. J. A., 78; Synon, Dr. W A.,
   51; Tanner, Jessie, Purtell, 252; Thomn,
   Rose Dye, 78; Walker, Jr., W. A, 18;
   Waterman, Frank, 17; Webb, C. N., 292;
   Winter, F. H., 106; Wolf, Darrell, 350;
   Wright, Guy, 252; Wright, M. H., 206;
   Youmans, Dr. Laurel E.,350.
Dean Louis E. Reber Resigns, 248
Dix Plan, The, M. K. Hobbs, 321
Divine Right of Alumni, The, F; L. Alien, 193
Do You Know These "Lost" Soldiers, 159,
* 201, 250
Dollard, John, The Union Crisis, 199; Re-
  port of the Memorial Union, 236
Elwell, F. H., Treasurer's Report, 6
Field Day, Marguerite Schwartz, 287
Football Tickets, How to Make Sure of
  Getting Applications for, 276
Football Ticket Distribution  for' 1926,
  George W. Levis, 344
Frank, President Glenn, The Baccalaureate
  Address, 349
French Regime in Wisconsin and the North-
  west, Louise Phelps Kellogg, 160
Golden Harry, Athletics, 14, 46, 70, 100,
  126, 162, 196, 244, 286     '
Good-Bye and Good Luck-Editorial on
  B. E. McCormick-from LaCrosse Tribune
  and Leader Press, 318
Goodnight, Dean S. H., The Summer Ses-
  sion, 325
Graduate School, The. C. S. Slichter, 277
Haight, G. I., 'Tis June-Come Back, 232
Heise, Elsie, Cover Designqu July 1926, 272
Hobbs, M. K., The Dix Plan, 321
Holand, Hialmar R., Old Penninsula Days,
  191
Honorary Degrees and Honors, 333
Introducing-Bart- E. McCormick, New
  S.ecretary of the' Wisconsin Alumni Asso-
  Uiauoni 01 1
Jastrow, Joseph, Morale of the State Uni-
  versities, 7
Jones, T. E.. Track and Field, 99
Journalism News and Alumni- Notes, 48, 71,
   101, 126, 159, 195, 241, 289
.Kellogg, Louise. Phelps, The French Regime
  in Wisconsin and the Northwest, 160
LaFollette, Isabel Bacon, Why a State Sup-
  ported University, 45
Law School, The, Dean H. S. Richards, 329
Letter from  George Little to H. Edw.
  Bilkey, A, 339
Leake, C. D., Recent Progress in Pharma-
  cology at the University of Wisconsin, 278
Leonard, William Ellery, Two Lives, 125
Life members, 6, 41, 61, 95, 120, 149, 185,
  225, 289
Life Members According to Class, 42
Lincoln and His Generals, Charles Edward
Macartney, 289
Lost Soldiers, 159, 201, 250, 283, 343
McCormick, Bart E.,-Introducing, 317
Macartney, Charles Edward, Lincoln and His
  Generals, 289
Main Currents of Modern French Drama,
  Hugh-Smith, 47
Mantel], Rose, Mother's Week End, 285
"Mary Ann," 160
"Measure up Mac," Himself, 316
Memorable Freshman Race, A, L. W. Bridg-
  man, 340
Meyer, A. W., An Attempt to Shackle the
  the Future, 66
Military Service Record and Honor Roll,
  The, 283, 342
Minority Report of Dr. Spencer Beebe, ex'93,
  Member of Committee of Alumni to Inves-
  tigate the Action of the Regents, Refusing
  All Gifts from Educational Foundations,
  124
Minority Report of Richard Runke, '00,
  Member of Committee of Alumni of the
  U. W., Appointed to Investigate Action of
  Regents Refusing All Gifts from Educa-
  tional Foundations, 155
Morale of the State Universities, Joseph
Jastrow; 7
Morrison, F. B., Agricultural College Gradu-
   ates Will be Needed, 190
 Mother's Week-End, Rose Mantell, 285
 New Alumni Records Office, The, 281
 News and Comment: Action on Union, 3;
   All-University Religious Conference, 151;
   Alumni and the University, The, 230;
   Alumni Dinner, The, 229; Alumni in The
   Making, 323; Alumni Loyalty Fund, 5;
   Alumni Magazine, The, 270; Amend-
   ments to the New    Constitution Pro-
   posed, 271; America Leads, 121; An-
   nual Business Meeting, The, 269; An-
   nouncing A New Course in Agriculture,
   323; Auditor's Report, 270; August Issue
   Will -Contain, The, 270; Art Department
   Cooperates, The, 272; 1927 Badger, The,
   227; Ballot, 271; Byron Elected New
   President of Alumni Association, Chas.
   L., 269; Capital-Labor Lectures, 66;
   Change in Reunion Schedule, A, 270;
   Chemistry at Wisconsin, 123; Class Secre-
   taries, 121; Dad's Day, 65; Details of Com-
nmencemennt,-227; --Dix-Plari-- 4u Opera-
  tion at Wisconsin, The, 320; Dues 5;
  Englishman on our Universities, An,
  187; Farm   Folk's Week, 121: Fifty-
  Two Counties, 121; Fighting Badgers,
  39; Follow Seattle, 320; Football Furore,
  The, 189; Foreigners On    Our Cam-
  pus, 153; Gxate Receipts, 1'P4; Gifts-Com-
  mittees, Resolutions, 153; 1Go Chicago, 66;
  Haight's Column, President, 3; Haight's
  Letter; G. I., 143; Harvard Business
  School, At, 65; Hear the Glee Club, 153;
  "Hear The President," 5; Historical As-
  sociation Endowment, 187; Hold Open
  House, 40; Honor to whom Honor is Due,
  228; Hotchkiss, "Prex," 4; How to Make
  Sure of Getting Application Blanks for
  Football Tickets, 272; In the Days of '71,
  322; Industrial Week, An, 154; International
  Leaders in Science, 39; Is $50 Enough, 154;
  Judge Not Too Hastily, 188; Kemper K.
  Knapp Loan Fund, 154; Knighted by King,
  65; Lost and Found 153; Magazine This
  Year and Next, The, h20; Mason, "Prex," 3;
  Meiklejohn, Dr., 121; Memorial Building,
  Begun, 40; Merci Beaucoup, Monsieur
  Merica,323; Messages From the Deans, 187;
  Messages from the Deans to be Continued,
  322; More Service Rendered, 5; "Movies"
  Available for Local Clubs, 323; New Coach,
  A, 5; New Constitution, 5; New Constitu-
  tion-New Board, 228; No Money Chang-
  ers. 227; New News or Old? 272; New Prexy,
  A, 5; New Professor of Surgery, 65; New
  $20,000 Gift, A, 121; No Association
  Directory Forthcoming, 322; Observe
  Foundation Day, 65; Official Report, 5; On
  Reunions, 66; Our Thanks to the Loraine,
  272; Pay the Fiddler to Call the Tune, 227;
  Phi Beta Kappa Elections, 229; Phi-Kappa
  Phi Lectures. 65: President Invites You
  S "e, 229; Printer Must be Paid, The-
  Pay Your Subscription, 272; Prize Win-
  ning Song, 123; Pro and Con, 39; Prom
  The, 121;,Proxy, 228; Reduced Railroad
  Rates, 229; Regents and "Academic Free-
  dom," The, 4 Regents Accept Gifts to the
  University, 272; Relations of the Univer-
  sity to the Alumni, 39; Religion in Sport,
  188; Reports by Treasurer Elwell, 6;
  Rooms Still Available in New Dormitories,
  322; Scholarship as Memorial, 65; Scientific
  Reasoning for "Rah," 5; Send a Copy to a
  Friend, 270; Seniors, The, 270; Shirt
  Tearing Farce, A, 5; Significant Progress,
  65; Smiths, The, 230; Something to Think
  About, 230; Spirit of Wisconsin, The, 151;
  Spring on the Campus, 187; Students
  Start $300,000 Drive, 40; Testing Loyalty,
  188; "This Admirable Study," 39; Thou-
  sand College Journalists, A, 39; University
  Relations with Alumni, 188; University
  Will Complete Its Military Service, Rec-
  ord, 122; Veritable Encycolpedia of Alumni
  Work, A, 39; Wearin' '0 the Green, The,
  228; What is the- Matter with Football,
  231; White   House, At, 153; White's
  Wire, F. S., 153; Wisconsin Leads, 187.
Newspapers in Community Service, Norman
  Radder, 232
Nicholson, Ida, Cover Design, August 1926,
  322
No School Tomorrow, Margaret Ashmun, 289
Other Universities, 104, 127, 161, 192, 261
Old Penninsula Days, Hjalmar R. Holand,
  191
Our Team, R. S. Crawford, 233
Palmar Stuart, The Arden Club and the
  Arden House, 249
Pioneers in Education, 280
President Byron's First Message to Alumni,
  Charles L. Byron, 319
Prom Play, 160
Radder, Norman, Newspapers in Community
  Service, 232
Reber, Dean Louis E. Resigns, 248
Recent Progress in Pharmacology' at the
  University of Wisconsin, Chauncey D.
  Leake, 278
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