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Richard, George (ed.) / Wisconsin alumnus
Volume 54, Number 10 (May 1953)

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Official Publication of the Wisconsin Alumni Association
Contents -          i
                         Articles
My Heart Is in Madison
    Engineer's Exposition
         Don't Say Raze!
 100th Graduating Class
       Wisconsin Preview
School for Schoolmaster,
        Board of Visitors
              Vic's in Pix
Lou
Geo
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SNo. 10
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Departments
   What They Say
       Dear Editor
Keeping in Touch
    The University
            Faculty
 Campus Chronicle
   With the Clubs
Wisconsin Women
             Sports
             Alumni
Madison Memories
Badger Bookshelf
John Berge
Catherine Vakos
Grace Chatterton
Art Lentz
                          Staff
John Berge, '22 ----------------------Managing Editor
George Richard, '47 ------------------------Editor
Edward H. Gibson, '23 -----------------Field Secretary
Grace Chatterton, '25 ----------------Alumnae Secretary
Art Lentz, Athletic Publicity Director ------Sports Editor
MAY, 1953
   jetters- tome in a iigntnouse near wir. t..armei, '.am.,
   to get the straight facts. (It developed that Jeffers
   didn't really hate his own stuff.)
THE WISCONSIN    ALUMNUS, published once monthly in December,
January, February, March, April, Ma;, June, July and September, and
three times monthly in October and    ovember. Entered as second class
matter at the post office at Madison, Wis., under the act of March 5,
1879. Subscription price (included in membership dues of the Wisconsin
Alumni Association) $2.00 a year; subscription to non-members, $4.00 a
year. Editorial and business offices at 770 Langdon St., Madison 6, Wis.
If any subscriber wishes his magazine discontinued at the expiration of his
subscription, notice to that effect should be sent with the subscription,
or
at its expiration. Otherwise it is understood that a continuance is desired.
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