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Hove, Arthur (ed.) / Wisconsin alumnus
Volume 61, Number 9 (Jan. 1960)

[Contents],   pp. 5-6

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                    OFFICERS, 1959-60
  Chairman of the Board: Sam Ogle '20, Ed Schuster & Co., Inc.,
Milwaukee 1
  President: Martin Below '24, Kieffer-Nolde Engraving Co., 160 East
Illinois, Chicago
  First Vice-President: Don Anderson '25, Wis. State Journal, Madi-
son 3
  Second Vice-President: Dr. Norman 0. Becker '40, 104 S. Main St.,
Fond du Lac
  Treasurer: Walter A. Frautschi '24, Democrat Prtg.. Co., PO Box
1148, Madison 4
  Secretary: Maxine Plate '35 Ambrosia Chocolate Co., 528 W. High-
land Ave., Milwaukee
  Executive Director: John Berge '22, Memorial Union, Madison 10
                  DIRECTORS AT LARGE
  Robert Angus '43, 1221 Lillian St., Fort Atkinson; George Barland
'22, 221/2 S. Barstow St., Eau Claire; Dr. Robert Barter '37 6211 Gar-
nett Dr., Chevy Chase, Md.; Grafton H. Berry '34, 210 N. Stevens St.,
Rhinelander; Oscar C. Boldt '48, 217 S. Badger Ave., Appleton; Gordon
Connor '29, PO Box 810 , Wausau; President Conrad A. Elvehjem '23,
Bascom Hall, UW, Madison 6; Mark Hoskins, Jr. '46, Box 207 Lan-
caster; John G. Jamieson '38, 119 Monona Ave., Madison 3; Mrs.
Robert D. Johns '41, 1514 King St., La Crosse; Lloyd Larson '27,
Milwaukee Sentinel, Milwaukee; Katherine McCaul '25, Tomah; Mrs.
Paul Fisher '43 1621 Madison St., Evanston, Ill.; Charles 0. Newlin '37
Continental Ill. Natl. Bank & Trust Co., 231 S. La Salle, Chicago;
Raymond Patterson '45, Pres., Wayland Academy, Beaver Dam; James
D. Peterson '18, 135 S. La Salle St., Chicago; George S. Robbins '40,
Chamber of Commerce, Marinette; William R. Sachse '50, Robert W.
Baird & Co., Security Nati. Bank Bldg., Sheboygan; Prof. William B.
Sarles '26, 112 Bacteriology Bldg., UW, Madison 6; Mrs. John A.
Schindler '28, 532-22nd Ave., Monroe; Dr. Robert Spitzer '44, Murphy
Products Co., Burlington; Ralph D. Timmons '26, 995 Applegate Rd.,
Madison; Frederick N. Trowbridge '23, 130 E. Walnut, Green Bay, Mrs.
John Walsh '38, 1930 Regent St., Madison 5; John C. Wickhem '43,
19 E. Milwaukee St., Janesville.
                     PAST PRESIDENTS
  Charles B. Rogers '93, 95 N. Main St., Fort Atkinson; John S. Lord
'04, 135 S. La Salle St., Chicago 3; Charles L. Byron '08, First Natl.
Bank Bldg., Chicago 3; Earl 0. Vits '14, 635 N. 7th St., Manitowoc;
Harry A. Bullis '17, 404 Title Ins. Bldg., Minneapolis; Minn.; Howard
I. Potter '16, Marsh & McLennan, 231 S. La Salle St., Chicago; Al-
bert J. Goedjen '07, 350 Bryan St., R #6, Green Bay; C. F. Van Pelt '18,
Pres., Fred Rueping Leather Co., Fond du Lac; Philip H. Falk '21,
Supt. of Schools, 351 W. Wilson, Madison 3; William D. Hoard, Jr.
'21, W. D. Hoard & Sons Co., Fort Atkinson; Joseph A. Cutler '09,
Johnson Service Co., 507 E. Michigan St., Milwaukee; Walter A.
Frautschi '24, Democrat Printing Co., PO Box 1148, Madison 1; Stanley
C. Allyn '13, Chairman of the Board, Natl. Cash Register Co., Dayton,
Ohio; John H. Sarles '23, Knox Reeves Advt., Inc., 400 2nd Ave. S.
Minneapolis, Minn.; Thomas E. Brittingham '21, 835 Wilmington Trust
Bldg.,_ Wilmington, Del.; Willard G. Aschenbrenner '21, American
New Richmond; R. T. Johnstone '26, Marsh & McLennan, 1300 Natl.
Bank Bldg., Detroit, Mich.; Gordon R. Walker '26, Walker Forge, Inc.,
2000 17th St., Racine; Lawrence J. Fitzpatrick '38, J. J. Fitzpatrick
Lumber Co., 5001 University Ave., Madison 5; Dr. John A. Keenan '30,
Pres. Standard Packaging Corp., 200 E. 42nd St., New York 17, N. Y.;
Sam Ogle '20, Schusters, Inc., 2153 N. 3d St., Milwaukee 1.
                SENIOR CLASS      DIRECTORS
  Class of 1957: James G. Urban, 425 Lorch St., Madison
  Class of 1958: Don Hoffman, 830 Shadow Lawn Drive, Elm Grove
  Class of 1959: J. Phil Elliott, 124 Langdon St., Madison
  Chicago Alumnae: Mrs. Marcus Hobart '19, 621 Foster St., Evanston,
Ill.; Chicago Alumni: Frank B. Carney '32, Lissone-Lindeman, USA, Inc.,
140 S. Dearborn, Chicago 3; Detroit: Irwin R. Zemon '50, 17325 North-
land Pk Ct.; Eau Claire: C. David Bugher '46, 646 Putnam Drive; Fond
du Lac: Nathan Manis '38, Cohodas-Manis Co.; Fox River Valley: F. A.
Meythaler '37, 910 E. College Ave., Appleton; Janesville: Richard C.
Murphy '49, 129 Corn Exchange; Kenosha: Mrs. Archibald Naysmith
'29, 502 Sheridan Road; La Crosse: Norman Schulze '31, 206 Exchange
Bldg.; Madison: Laurie Carlson '43, 3800 Regent St.; Minneapolis: Mar-
sail Diebold '25, Northrup King & Co., 1500 N. E. Jackson St.;
Green County: Mrs. Fred T. Burgy '33, RFD #2, Monticello; Milwau-
kee: Edward S. Waterbury '47, Schuster & Co., 2153 N. 3d St.; New
York City: Kenneth B. Wackman, 6 E. 45th St.; Northern California:
Delbert Schmidt '38, Employers Mutual of Wausau, 114 Sansome St.,
San Francisco; Oshkosh: Clifford Bunks '50, 1425 E. Nevada Ave.;
Racine: Keehn Yeager '36, 920 E. Colonial Dr.; Sheboygan County:
Larry S. MacDonald '50, PO    Box  11, Sheboygan; Southern Cal-
ifornia: Emil Breitkreutz '05, 1404 Wilson Ave., San Marino 9: Wash-
ington, D. C.: Grace E. Bogart '29, 1711 Mass. Ave., N.W.; Waukesha:
Vince Gavre '39, 120 W. Roberta Ave.; Wausau: Stuart Gullickson '50,
710 First Am. State Bank Bldg.
Wisconsin Alumnus, January, 1960
Official Publication Wisconsin Alumni Association
Volume 61
Number 9
Regents, Rabbits, and Elephants
History of a Champion
11 Happy Badgers Follow the Sun
12 The Elvehjem's Second Trip to California
12 UW Band
New University Heating Plant
Major Richard Lathrop
19 Horace Gregory
20 The Silver Salon of Art
24 On Mad Russians and Dumb Yankees
Tom's Vikings Reciprocate
UW Extension Summer Programs
Martin Topal
34 UW      Foundation Executive Retires
2    Dear Editor
Keeping in Touch with Wisconsin
Up and Down the Hill
33 With Alumni Clubs
34 Alumni News
38 Newly Married
38 Necrology
John Berge '22
Edward H. Gibson '23
Arthur Hove '56
Edith Knowles
Executive Director
    Field Secretary
   Office Manager
THE WISCONSIN      ALUMNUS, published once monthly in December,
January, February, March, April, May, June, July and Septermber, and
three times monthly in October and November. (These extra issues are
Football Bulletins.) Second-class postage paid at Madison, Wis., under the
act of March 3, 1879. Subscription price (included in membership dues
of the Wisconsin Alumni Association) $2.50 a year; subscription to non-
members, $5.00 a year. Editorial and business offices at 770 Langdon St.,
Madison 10, 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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