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Egstad, Herman M. (ed.) / The Wisconsin alumni magazine
Volume 30, Number 4 (Jan. 1929)

Table of contents,   pp. [105]-[106]


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         TheVWisconsin Alumni Magazine
             Published by the WISCONSIN ALUMNI ASSOCIATION, Madison, Wisconsin
                                           EVAN A. EVANS, '97, President
     HERMAN M. EGSTAD, 'I7, General Secretary and Editor              VERNON
CARRIER, '27, Managing Editor
                                                  Board of Directors
                     Terms Expire June, 1929                            
    Terms Expire June, 1930
     WALTER ALEXANDER 97, Recording Secretary.. . Milwaukee      CHARLES
BYRON, 'o8. . . . . . . .      . .   Chicago
     L. F. GRABERIO     . . . . . . . . . . Madison          MARY CLARK BRITTINGHAM,
'89.. . . . . . . Madison
     FsANK CORNISH, '96.. . . . . . . . Berkeley, Calif.     F. H. ELWELL,
o8, Treasurer.. . . . . . . Madison
     ALICE GREEN HIxoN, '05.               Lake Forest, Ill. LOYAL DuRAND,
'91, Vice-President.. . . ... Milwaukee
     KARL MANN, 'II. . . . . . . . . . New York City         RALPH BALLIrTTE,
'23. . . . . . . . . . Madison
                    Terms Expire November, 1929                         
   Terms Expire November, 1930
     L. F. VAN HAGAN, 04. . .    . . . . .       Madison     A. G. BRIGGS,
'85.. . . . . . . . . . . St. Paul
     JESSIE NELSON SWANSEN, '98. I. . . . . Milwaukee        H. A. BULLIS,'I7..
. . . . . . . . . Minneapolis
     EVAN A. EVANS, '97      . . . . . . . . Chicago         HARRY THOMA,
'28 . . . . . . . . . . Milwaukee
     EARL VITS, 'I4, '97.Manitowoc                             BASIL PETERSON,
'12 .         .       . . . Chicago
     B. E. MCCORMICK, '04. . .   . . . . .     . Madison     MARJORIE MUELLER,
'26.. . .        . . . Milwaukee
VOLUME XXX                                         JANUARY, 1929        
                                NUMBER 4
                       Authors                                          
      Table of Contents
SCOTT HOLLAND GOODNIGHT. Thirty-three years of contact with   Music Hall
at Twilight -Cover
  college and University students as student himself, as teacher,
  as head of the Summer Session, and as Dean of Men, have     Goodnight Weighs
the Fraternity -107
  thrown Dean Goodnight into an intimate and comprehensive
  contact and knowledge of fraternities and fraternity men.   "Mike"
Murphy Succeeds "Dad" Vail                     109
  He knows their problems, their advantages and their weak-
  nesses. Because of this he is able to treat the subject of Wiscon-New Engineering
Building -                          110
  sin fraternities for The Wisconsin Alumni Magazine with
  authority. "Scotty," as he is known by his intimates, was   Mexico,
Sick Nation of America -111
  graduated from Eureka college in 1&99. He came to the Uni-
  versity in 1901 to serve as assistant in the German departmentThe Wisconsin
Union-                                113
  Successive years saw him rise to associate professor, in 1907
  to director of the Summer Session, in 1912, to Dean of Men, Editorials-
                                          114
  in 1916. He now gives his time entirely to the latter two.
                                                              Wisconsin High,
an Experiment-                       115
RAY H. WHITBECK. Mr. Whitbeck, a graduate of Cornell Uni-     Recommended
Books-116
versity in 1901, is recognized as a capable scholar and teacher
of geology. As a scholar he has made a thorough study of our  Looking Back
Through the Other Gate-                119
  tumultuous neighboring republic on the'south, Mexico. At a
  time when Mexico and her ills are the cause of talk and con-  Cage Team
in Race for Honors-123
  jecture everywhere, Mr. Whitbeck's analysis of the situation
  in this issue will fortify alumni with accurate facts. He came to  While
the Clock Strikes the Hour-125
  Wisconsin in 1909. In 1915 he became professor of geology.
  For his scientific research and authorship he was elected to  Badgers in
the News -127
  Sigma Xi.
                                                              With the Wisconsin
Clubs -130
LES GAGE. A clever forward on Badger basketball teams in his
undergraduate days, Les is equipped with the inside facts for  Alumni News
-132
readers of the magazine. That he knows basketball is attested
  by the fact that he was an All-Western forward.             News of the
Classes -133
  Member of Alumni Magazines, Associated.                      Subscription
price S3.00 to members, payable in advance. Fifty cents extra for for-
  Published monthly exceDt August and September. Entered as second class
matter at  eign postage. Checks, drafts, and money orders should be made
payable to the General
the Post Office, Madison, Wis.. January 22, 1900, under the Act of March
3. 1879.  Alumni Associatian, 770 Langdon St., Madison, Wis.


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