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Richard, George (ed.) / Wisconsin alumnus
Volume 53, Number 10 (July 1952)

Badger bookshelf,   p. 43


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  Joyce NEWBERGER-Gerald S. Picus,
Chicago.
  Burton M. ROZRAN-Joyce Marion, Mil-
waukee.
  Emmy Lou SCHACHT-Robert B. Immel,
Kenosha.
  Barbara SCHLENSKY-Ens. P a u I E.
STONE, Corpus Christi, Tex.
  K e n n e t h KLEINSCHMIDT-Charlotte
Langer, Milwaukee.
  Loa  Jean OTTOW-Robert M. Hi.ll,
Madison.
  Lorna  Marie ZACHMAN-Lt. Robert
REINKE, Manhattan, Kas.
  Helen Louise SCHAARS-V e r n o n S.
Barnes, Brighton, Mass.
  Norbert BRASSER-Nora Ann Ruselink,
Sheboygan.
  H o w a r d GENNRICH-Dolores Heth.
Milwaukee.
  Dorothy PAYNE-Kenneth C. Furnish
Jr., Berlin, Md.
  Clarice RUBEN-Bernard    I. LIFSON,
'46, Madison.
  Kathleen Ann FITZPATRICK-Lt. Gai-
ther M. RANDALL, address unavailable.
Class of 1952
  Kurt H. KRAHN-Joyce BRAEGER, '53,
He is in the Navy.
  Lyle E. NESTINGEN-L o i, s Zellnmer,
Madison.
  Claudette WATKINS-Kent NELSON,
Rockford, Ill.
  Leonard J. SCHNEIDER-M a r i a n E.
  Buelow, Kendall.
  Jenese MONDSCHINE-Robert FARREL.,
Madison.
  Joan Carol WEAVERS-James B. LANG-
  DON, '50, Indianapolis, Ind.
  Donald H. PACK-Betty FIGLER, '53,
  Shorewood.
  Shirlee Ann ZANDER-W i I  i a m A.
  RAMMER, St. Louis.
  David C. GOODLAND-Wandell Schae-
  fer, Oak Ridge, Tenn.
   THE SEVENTH TRUMPET. By Lucille
   Blahnik Plewe. (Exposition Press,
   Inc. Price $2.00.)
   Mrs. Plewe, '39, has written this
play, she frankly declares, to lure people
back to the theater and to find new
friends for the legitimate stage. It is
a 20th centtury morality play-half-
humorous, half-serious in its symbolism
-taking as its main characters Good
and Evil. In a human fashion, as a
married couple, they quarrel about the
home, the children, their love relations,
their hobbies and Man. Mrs. Plewe lives
in Philadelphia with her husband and
daughter, is a former high      school
teacher and secretary to a college pro-
fessor.
   EFFECTIVE ILLUSTRATION. By Ken-
   neth B. Butler. (Butler Typo-Design
   Research Center, Mendota, Ill. Price
   $3.50.)
   An important trade journal in the
printing field recently ran an article
called "Busy Butler." This aptly de-
KENNETH BUTLER, '26, who founded the Butler Typo Research Center and is the
author of Effective Illustration (see Bookshelf), has acquired quite a reputation
for
his genius in publication layout. Also on the staff of Northwestern University,
Butler
this month presented a short course for alumni magazine editors at the American
Alumni Council convention at Sun Valley. In the picture above, he is conducting
a similar 'cut-and-paste' class at a recent industrial editors conference
at Okla-
homa A. and M.
JULY, 1952
scribes Kenneth B. Butler, '26, of Men-
dota, Ill., journalism professor, typo-
graphical consultant and printing com-
pany president. His Typo Design Re-
search Center has been instrumental in
solving many production problems for
editors. Effective Illustration is a highly
illustrated handbook on effective use of
pictures in publication layout and is a
helpful aid to both practitioners and
students. The book is first of a series
on effective publication planning, and
contains many valuable ideas for any-
one concerned with publications in any
way.
   PEPPER. By Mrs. Barbara Leonard
   Reynolds, (Charles Scribners Sons.
   Price $3.50.)
   The author of this amusing story of
 the trials connected with the possession
 of a young raccoon for a family pet,
 is the former Barbara Leonard, '35, now
 living near Hiroshima, Japan, with her
family. Her husband is Dr. Earle Rey-
nolds, '44. They have three children,
among them Tim, 15. The book is dedi-
cated "To Tim, who added Pepper to
our already well-seasoned family life."
It's a story children will- delight in.
Probably parents will agree with Dr.
Reynolds that the pet's name should
have been Trouble.
   WHAT ABOUT YOU? By Theodore
   'Schroeder. (Psychological Library,
   Now York.)
   These selections from the writings of
 Theodore Schroeder, '89, lawyer and
 "maverick psychologist" are apt to give
 some readers a mental stretch and others
 a mental shock, says Ethel Clyde in the
 introduction. Into them are condensed
 the wisdom acquired during many years
 of colorful, purposeful, vibrant living.
 Their aim is to accelerate the attainment
 of psychological maturity-the goal of
 his theory of evolutionary psychology.
 Schroeder, 88, has written articles in
 170 different periodicals in the United
 States, Europe and India. He declares
 he ignores time, except to regret that
 he may not have enough of it in which
 to accomplish all the work he has
 planned.
   INVERTEBRATE FOSSILS. By Moore,
   Lalicker, and Alfred G. Fischer, '39.
   STATISTICAL QUALITY CONTROL.
   By Eugene L. Grant, '17. PRAC-
   TICAL   DESCRIPTIVE    GEOMETRY.
   By Hiram E. Grant, '32. (McGraw-
   Hill. Prices $12, $6.50 and $4.)
   Three new textbooks by Badger
 alumni.
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