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Hove, Arthur (ed.) / Wisconsin alumnus
Volume 62, Number 13 (May 1961)

With alumni clubs,   p. 32


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  In March the Chicago Alumnae held their annual Founders
Day dinner at the Continental Club. Dean of Women
Martha Peterson was the featured speaker at the meeting
which was attended by several graduates of the Class of
1960. Later in the month, a tea was held at the Evanston
home of Miss Bertha Weeks. Miss Elizabeth Webber, who
was introduced by Lucy Hawkin, program chairman, gave an
informative talk on the Women's National Book Association.
  On May 26, Dr. and Mrs. Marcus 'Hobart, 621 Foster
Avenue, Evanston, will hold an open house from 3 to 5 p.m.
Wisconsin alumnae and alumni will be welcome as well as
their husbands and wives. Mrs. Eldon Russell of Madison
will speak on the work of the Board of Visitors.
  The Wisconsin Alumnae Club of Chicago is having a busy
year. One of the highlights of the season was a party given by
Mr. and Mrs. Theron Mandeville Woolson. Pictured above
are Univ. Pres. and.Mrs. Conrad A. Elvehjem (center) with
the Woolsons as they chatted at the gathering attended by
more than 125 guests from the North Shore suburbs and
'Chicago.
NORTH WOODS (Rhinelander) Founders
Speaker: LeRoy Luberg, Dean of Students
Contact: Edward Buehler (Forest 2-6116)
MADISON        Founders Day
Speaker: Elroy "Crazylegs" Hirsch
Contact: William Marling (CH 4-4777)
the Native; Stephen Crane's Maggie,
The Red Badge of Courage, and short
fiction; Joseph Conrad's The Secret
Agent; F. Scott Fitzgerald's The Great
Gatsby and Tender is the Night; Ernest
Hemingway's The Sun Also Rises and
The Snows of Kilimanjaro; William
Faulkner's As I Lay Dying; and "The
New   Critics" and "Fiction and its
Critics."
AMERICAN LITERATURE: READ-
INGS AND CRITIQUES edited by
Robert W. Stallman '33, and Arthur
Wlaldhorn, G. P. Putnam's Sons.
  This is the first textbook in American
literature to be designed by a critical
approach and groundplan which in-
cludes source, work, and critique.
     Books from the
       University of
     Wisconsin Press
EVALUATION OF DRUG THER-
APY edited by Francis M. Forster ($4).
  Proceedings of the Symposium on
Evaluation of Drug Therapy in Neuro-
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logic and Sensory Diseases held at the
University of Wisconsin, May, 1960. A
pilot study to encourage greater co-oper-
ation between the various persons and
agencies engaged in developing and
evaluating drugs.
PARTIAL DIFFERENTIAL EQUA-
TIONS AND CONTINUUM ME-
CHANICS edited by Rudolph E.
Langer ($5).
  Proceedings of an International Con-
ference conducted by the Mathematics
Research Center at the University, June
7-15, 1960.
THE EARTH'S PROBLEM CLI-
MATES by Glenn T. Trewartha
($7.50)
  An original and unparalleled analysis
of those climates of the world which do
not conform to the standard world pat-
tern. Included are an inventory of these
regional problem climates and a descrip-
tion of the characteristics of each.
NEW LAWS FOR NEW FORESTS
Wisconsin's Forest-Fire, Tax, Zoning,
and County-Forest Laws in Operation
by Erling D. Solberg ($7.50).
  Dealing with the four types of land-
use laws enumerated in the title, the
author analyzes the need for and de-
velopment of effective laws for restor-
ing the forests of Wisconsin. Numerous
figures and tables supply necessary docu-
mentation.
TWELFTH-CENTURY EUROPE
AND THE FOUNDATIONS OF
MODERN SOCIETY edited by Mar-
shall Clagett, Gaines Post, and Robert
L. Reynolds ($5).
  These nine papers were delivered at
a symposium held at the University. The
reader is offered penetrating observa-
tions which cannot help but increase his
appreciation of this great age of crea-
tive activity in European civilization.
THE RENAISSANCE A Reconsidera-
tion of the Theories and Interpretations
of the Age edited by Tinsley Helton
($4).
  Six essays which explore and evaluate
the results of the last century's works of
Renaissance scholars in political and
diplomatic history, intellectual history,
     Wisconsin Alumnus, May, 1961
Day May 11
    May 10


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