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Richard, George (ed.) / Wisconsin alumnus
Volume 56, Number 12 (April 15, 1955)

Ballot for directors-at-large,   p. [19]


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    View sponsor; now director of guidance at North High
    School, Sheboygan; active in various state-wide education
    groups.
GORDON R. WALKER, '26, Racine. Vice-president of
    Alumni Association and chairman of its state relations
    committee; former president of Wisconsin Alumni Club
    of Racine; president and founder of Walker Forge, Inc.;
    active in hospital and charity work.
MRS. LLEWELLYN J. WALKER (Virginia Shaver, '30),
    Berlin, Wis. Past-president of Wisconsin Alumni Club
    of Berlin; Wisconsin Pre-View  sponsor; past local
    AAUW president; active in church, other civic affairs.
JOHN C. WICKHEM, '43, Janesville. Director of Wisconsin
    Alumni Club of Janesville; attorney; former army lieu-
    tenant; past chamber of commerce president, Jaycee "man
    of the year," 1954.
Two Constitutional Amendments
Amendment No. 1-makes the out-going president the
chairman of the board for the year immediately following
his term of office as president. The other officers remain as
before-president, first vice-president, second vice-president,
secretary and treasurer. The object of this amendment is to
make the experience and know-how of out-going presidents
more readily available in making WAA increasingly effective
as the strong right arm of the University.
Amendment No. 2-simplifies the method of amending the
constitution so that changes may be made more easily to keep
the constitution in tune with the times. As the constitution
now reads, amendments may be approved only at the annual
meeting of the Wisconsin Alumni Association on Alumni Day
in June. Accordingly, desirable changes in the constitution
frequently have been unduly delayed. For example, under the
present constitution an amendment proposed at the June
meeting of WAA in 1955 cannot be voted on until June,
1956. To eliminate such delays, it has been recommended
that Article III of the constitution of the Association be
amended to read as follows:
    "This constitution may be amended by the Board of
    Directors by a two-thirds favorable vote of those present.
    Copies of proposed amendment must be sent to all
    directors and published in the WISCONSIN ALUMNUS
    at least thirty days prior to the meeting at which such
    amendments are to be voted on by the Board of
    Directors."
If these amendments meet with your approval, please vote "yes"
in the spaces
                 provided below. If you disapprove, vote "no."
             Ballot For Directors-at-Large
                                        -Vote for Ten-
Family memberships may vote as follows. One member may vote with an "x"
in the spaces
provided on the ballot. The second member may vote by underlining the names
of the can-
didates of his or her choice.
D     DON ANDERSON, '25
            EMadison
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HARRY W. ADAMS, '00
     Beloit
GORDON R. CONNOR, '29
      W1ausau
SHERBOURNE DRIESSEN, '28
     Miluaukee
MRS. GLENN H. JAHNKE, '50
     Milwuaukee
JOHN JAMIESON, '38
     Madison
LLOYD LARSON, '27
      Miluwaukee
MRS. ROBERT LEHMAN, '47
      Elkhor'n
Z     CHARLES 0. NEWLIN, '37
            Chicago
-m-   MRS. JOHN SCHINDLER, '28
            Monroe
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NORMAN E. SCHULZE, '31
     La Crosse
BERNICE SCOTT, '24
     Sheboygan
GORDON R. WALKER, '26
     Racine
MRS. LLEWELLYN J. WALKER, '30
     Berlin, IWis.
JOHN C. WICKHEM, '43
     ]ane,,ille
CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENTS
Amendment No. 1.
Amendment No. 2.
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