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Hove, Arthur (ed.) / Wisconsin alumnus
Volume 65, Number 10 (July 1964)

Alumni news,   pp. 29-34


Page 29


Alumni News
1900-1910
   Lewis E. MOORE '00, Vero Beach,
Fla., writes that be married Mrs. Alice
Williams last Dec. 16 in Houston, Tex.
  Miss Leslie SPENCE '08, Madison, re-
ceived the 1964 grant of the Helen C.
White endowment fund from the Madison
branch of the American Association cf
University Women. Miss Spence has
worked for better broadcasts for many
years, was the first president of the Amer-
ican Council for Better Broadcasts, and
became its executive director in 1957.
  Mr. and Mrs. Miles C. RILEY '09 and
their children celebrated his 87th birth-
day recently. Mr. Riley lives in Madison
and has been referee in bankruptcy for
Western Wisconsin for the past 30 years.
   Morningside College, Sioux City, Iowa,
recently conferred on William A. KLIN-
GER '10 the degree of Doctor of Science,
in recognition of his work over the past
ten or twelve years in behalf of education
for construction and the adoption by a
number of colleges of engineering of the
"Klinger curriculum." Mr. Klinger is pres-
ently on the advisory boards of the col-
leges of engineering of Iowa State Uni-
versity and the Pennsylvania State Uni-
versity. He has also been called on in
recent years to help evaluate civil and
architectural engineering departments in
several universities and has held offices in
contracting and engineering associations.
1911-1920
   Miss Lillian FROGGATT '11, retired
as director of the library at Stout State
College, Menomonie, Wis., continues to
live in Menomonie.
  Edward H. CARUS '12 was recently
promoted from president to chairman of
the board of the Carus Chemical Co.,
LaSalle, Ill.
  Ruth B. GLASSOW '16, professor emeri-
tus at the UW, recently received the top
award of the American Association for
Health, Physical Education and Recreation
for distinguished service in the field.
  Lillian KOEHLER Karch '17 has re-
tired from her library post at the U.S.
Forest Products Laboratory, Madison.
  Dr. Gunnar GUNDERSEN '17, promi-
nent La Crosse, Wis., surgeon and founder
of the Gundersen Clinic there, is tem-
porary chairman of the Norwegian-
American Institute in Decorah, Iowa. Dr.
Gundersen is a former member of the
UW Board of Regents and a past presi-
dent of the American Medical Association.
   Dr. Arnand J. QUICK '18 received the
 Pere Marquette Faculty Award for teach-
 ing excellence, annual award given by
 Marquette University, on May 6 and on
 May 12 was honored by the State Medi-
 Football Meetings
 A  LUMNI attending away football
     games this fall will once again
find an opportunity to meet with fel-
low Badgers before the game. The
Alumni Association is planning to
sponsor luncheons at two of the
away games: Purdue at West Lafa-
yette on October 10, and Illinois at
Champaign on November 14. At this
point, it is also anticipated that our
clubs in Columbus, Ohio and Chi-
cago will sponsor similar events for
the Ohio State game (October 24)
and the Northwestern game (No-
vember 7).
   People interested in attending any
of these events should write to the
Wisconsin Alumni Association. De-
tailed information will be mailed to
alumni in the various areas at a
later date.
Basil Peterson '10 (right) is shown here as
he received the St. Olaf V medal of honor
which is awarded by the King of Norway.
UW Prof. Harald Naess, of the department
of Scandinavian Studies, presented the medal
to Peterson and extended congratulations on
behalf of Hans Engen, Norwegian ambassador
to the U. S., and Finn Sandberg, Norwegian
consul-general in Chicago. Peterson, who
served for many years as executive secretary
of the UW Foundation, received the highest
honor that the Norwegian government can
bestow on an American citizen in recognition
of his work on the Sister City program and
"his enthusiastic support of all things Nor-
wegian." For many years, Peterson has been
a district chairman of the Rotary International
Scholarship Program. He has been responsible
for introdudng  many foreign students to
American life and has taken numbers of them
into Wisconsin homes. Basil Peterson has
served the University over the years as treas-
urer of the Alumni Association, as a member
and president of the Board of Visitors, and
as president of the Alumni Club of Chicago.
He is currently associated with the Madison
office of the American Automobile Association.
July, 1964
Follow 1964 UW Football
   W    ISCONSIN football fans interested in following the progress of the
Badgers this
        fall are once again being offered the opportunity to do so through
a series of
   weekly game reports published by the Sports News Service. These weekly
reports include
   lineups, statistics, injury reports, and other interesting background
information. In addi-
   tion, you may reserve a copy of the "Football Facts Book" which
contains capsule biogra-
   phies of this year's team, a statistical summary of Wisconsin football
through the years,
   and a year-end review of other Badger sports.
     The cost for the weekly football reports and a copy of the "Football
Facts Book" is $3.
   To those who wish only the weekly reports, the price is $1.50. Place your
name on the
   mailing list for the 1964 season by sending along your check and the coupon
below.
UW Sports News Service
Camp Randall Stadium
1440 Monroe Street
Madison, Wisconsin
__   Please send me the weekly game reports and the "Football Facts
Book" (Cost: $3)
__   Please send me the weekly game reports only (Cost: $1.50)
            (make all checks payable to the Wisconsin Athletic Department)
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