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Richard, George (ed.) / Wisconsin alumnus
Volume 54, Number 3 (Nov. 1952)

Madison memories,   pp. 31-38


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their second child, first son, Dennis Craig.
The Luecks are living in Jersey Shore, Pa.,
where he is teaching vocational agriculture.
  Anna Lou    RIESCH   and Wyn   Foster
OWEN, '51, were married Sept. 4 in Syd-
ney, Australia, where they are living.
  Lewis R. WILLIAMS, veteran Madison
East High school teacher, died Setpt. 24.
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  Mrs. Alice RIDLEY Baker of Mineral
Point has been elected to the board of direc-
tors of the Iowa County UW Alumni club.
  Mrs. Robert B. Frank (Kitty BLAIR) has
been appointed assistant U. S. attorney and
assigned to the Municipal Court Division
in the District of Columbia.
  Mr. and Mrs. Paul F. OPITZ are proud
parents of their third child, second daugh-
ter, Sarah Leigh. Lt. Opitz is on active naval
duty, and home base is Chevy Chase, Md.
Prior to recall he was with the Monsanto
Chemical Co. in St. Louis, Mo.
  Dr. Owen OTTO has been named part
time psychiatrist at the University of Wis-
consin in Milwaukee.
  Mrs. Miriam   THEILER   Abplanalp  of
Monroe recently won a month-long trip to
Europe for a special newspaper article on
'gifts for papa' in a contest sponsored by
Theta Sigma Phi and the Hickok Mfg. Co.
She has, just accepted a position as associate
editor of Pen-Prints, to be published in
Indianapolis.
  Morris H. KATZ is now manufacturing
superintendent for the B. A. Railton Co.,
wholesale institutional grocers, of Chicago.
  Catherine CLEARY has been appointed
to the Board of Wisconsin State College
Regents.
  Frederick J. MATHEWS and Ethel Sand-
wick are living in Beloit, where he is an
assistant professor of chemistry, after their
Aug. 2 marriage.
  Dr. Emerson C. SHUCK has been ap-
pointed chairman of the Bowling Green
State U. English department.
  Mrs. Rae KEMPEL Sweeney and Peter M.
LARSEN are living in Cleveland Heights,
0., after their marriage Nov. 17 of last
year.
  Larry S. JONES and Barbara ACHESON,
'51, were married April 19 and live in Mil-
',aukee, where he is a florist.
  Robert W. WILSON is patent counsel
with the Plaskon division of Libby-Owens-
Ford Glass Co. in Toledo.
  Mr. and Mrs. Felder S. Weeks (Margaret
WITTE) announce the birth of their third
child, second daughter, in Knoxville, Tenn.
New Type of Booklet
Explains Research Field
  SOME BADGER graduates with ad-
vanced technical backgrounds are bound
to be interested in a new booklet pre-
pared by Union Carbide and Carbon
Co., which, like a lot of other large
companies, is interested in expanding
its scientific staff. It describes in detail
the various types of activities of the
company in a number of scientific and
industrial fields.
   *Maide Me~m"iea
                                          ... from     the Alumnus files
  ONE YEAR AGO, NOVEMBER, 1951-Old Man Winter hit Homecoming
football fans and players with a terrific snowstorm that held scoring down
to
one touchdown-fortunately scored by the Badgers . . . Tradition went by
the boards at the Wisconsin-Pennsylvania game, when girl cheerleaders made
an appearance for the Badgers.
  FIVE YEARS AGO, NOVEMBER, 1947-Total enrolment this fall is
23,397, with 18,504 on the Madison campus-the latter figure a drop of 96
from a year ago. . . . Wisconsin winds up 1947 football season in second
place in Big Nine ....
  TEN YEARS AGO, NOVEMBER, 1942-Cover picture for this month's
Alumnus displays five gas-masked ROTC men laboriously leaping over the
new obstacle course along Lake Mendota. . .. And there are 17 pages of news
about Fightin' Badgers in the same issue. . . . Badgers conclude one of most
successful football seasons-eight wins, one loss, and one tie ...
  TWENTY-FIVE YEARS AGO, NOVEMBER, 1927-Memorial Union
standing in almost its final form as alumni return for Homecoming. . . .
The
Bascom hall addition, including library, theater and class rooms, relieves
some-
what the congestion in that building. . . . Dean Scott H. Goodnight .has
retired from the classroom to give full time to his duties as Dean of Men
...
Cardinal buys its own printing plant. . . . New football coach Glen Thistle-
thwaite concludes first season at UW, his gridders winning one of five con-
ference games ...
  FIFTY YEARS AGO, NOVEMBER, 1902-Interest in military drill is more
pronounced than usual this year; a new field piece is expected and artillery
drill will be a regular feature. . . . The University community was shocked
by the murder of freshman engineer Carl Almquist, shot by the owner of a
house in which the student was conducting a students' boarding club.
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  Mary Anne HATLEBERG and Roger T.
McHUGH, '48, married June 28, are living
in Madison.
  A. Kunrad KVAM is chairman of the
music department at the New Jersey Col-
lege for Women.
  Orren M. TURNER II and Mrs. Martha
Clement McClellan are living in Los Angeles
after their Aug. 9 marriage. He is with the
Hughes Aircraft Co.
  The newly married Doris ROBERTS and
Birt Harvey are living in Denver.
  Stanley ROHOWETZ and Elaine Leonard,
married July 26, are living in Madison,
where he is a chemist at Bjorstein Research
laboratory.
  Norma SMITH and Eugene P. Christian-
sen were married June 22 and are living
in Rhinelander.
  Other weddings involving members of the
class include:
  Harold  A. LEVIN-Beverly    SINGER,
'49-Milwaukee.
  Dorothy Van DERHYDEN-Ray Nessel-
rodes-Honolulu.
  Corrine WICHNER-Emerson L i n d -
Fennimore, Wis.
  Mr. and Mrs. Timothy BROWN        Jr.
(Ramona KOELSCH, '47) and their two
daughters, are living in Tucson where he is
teaching Spanish and Portuguese at the Uni-
versity of Arizona.
  Lt. John R. CALDWELL, who is as-
signed to the U.S. Naval Ammunition
NOVEMBER, 1952
Depot at Hingham, Mass., expects to be
released to inactive duty in February and
return to Columbus, Wis., to re-enter the
lumber business.
  Miss Kathleen RYAN and Frank J. Rice
were married Aug. 23 and are at home in
Columbia, Mo., where both are teaching at
the U. of Missouri.
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  Mrs. Mary HOADLEY Allen and Lynn
H. Huber are residing in Milwaukee after
their marriage Sept. 16.
  James M. AMBROSE is in Waco, Texas,
with Phillips Petroleum Co., which is build-
ing a new plant at McGregor, Tex.
  Frances KLINE is new head resident of
Chadbourne hall.
  Dr. Phillips T. BLAND has opened a
medical practice in Westby, Wis.
  James D. BREED is manager of the
Northern Indiana Public Service Co. in Elk-
hart, Ind.
  Ivah F. CAMPBELL, who received an MS
from Illinois U. recently, is now catalog
order librarian at the Argonne National Lab-
oratory, Chicago.
  A second son has been born to Capt. and
Mrs. Paul W. MOEN, San Antonio, Tex.,
where Capt. Moen is assigned to the USAF
School of Aviation Medicine at Randolph
AFB and is doing research work on frost-
bite.
  Raymond A. PATTERSON has been ap-
pointed public relations director at Way-
land academy in Beaver Dam, Wis.
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