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Vol. 72, Number 7 (May 1971)

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Alumni News
03/30 BILL HAGENAH '03,
who has given 70 years of service to the
UW, celebrated his 90th birthday in Chi-
ago in February. He also sponsored a
presidents' Club meeting honoring UW
pesident John Weaver.
The Luther Halsey Gulick award, the
highest honor of the American Associa-
tion for Health, Physical Education, and
Recreation, was awarded recently to
MARGARET N. (H'DOUBLER) Clax-
ton '10, a UW emeritus professor of
physical education. A member of the fac-
Ity for 43 years, she was cited for
,founding modem dance in higher edu-
cation, for her pioneering work in ad-
vancing dance as an educational experi-
ence, and in recognizing the aesthetic
expression in physical education."
LEON F. FOLEY '21 received the 1971
Distinguished Service award of the Alumni
Club of Milwaukee in February. He is
enior partner of the legal firm of Foley
Lardner and has been active in the
Alumni Association and the UW Founda-
ion.
MARK INGRAHAM '22, dean emeritus
of the UW College of Letters and Science,
the first person ever named an honor-
ary actuary of the Teachers Insurance and
Annuity Association and College Retire-
ment Equities Fund of New York. An
authority on teachers' retirement systems,
he received his award on his 75th birthday.
Recipient of the Wisconsin Society of the
Sons of the American Revolution Patriot's
Medal is HENRY C. FULLER '24, Glen-
Wsle, Wis. He is past president of the
society and past vice president general.
He is the founder and first executive direc-
thr ofBde0   osSae       o   w   er
trof Badger Boys State. For two years
was national director of Americaniza-
tion for the Military Order of the Purple
4eart. He has given approximately 1000
Ieches and TV addresses on American
las, which he has been collecting since
1916.
hr0f. SAMUEL L. LEONARD '29 will
Ă½come professor emeritus of zoology at
Corell university in July. He lives in
ithaca.
31/40          The governor of Ha-
Wi has appointed MEYER S. BOGOST
as environmental engineer in the Of-
of Environmental Quality Control. A
fsrmner civilian sanitary engineer with the
Navy, he has lived in Hawaii since 1951.
                 continued on page 28
wisconsin
                                   alumnus
Volume 72
May 1971
Number 7
4 The BADGER HERALD
9 Are Americans Losing Faith in their Colleges?
25 Message from Pres. Weaver
27 Student Standpoint
             WISCONSIN ALUMNI ASSOCIATION
                     OFFICERS 1970-71
CHAIRMAN OF THE BOARD: Truman Torgerson '39, Lake to
Lake Dairy, 2000 S. 10th Street, Manitowoc, Wisconsin 54220
PRESIDENT: Robert Draper '37, Hurst Performance, Inc., 50
West Street Road, Warminster, Pa. 18974
FIRST VICE PRESIDENT: Robert Wilson '51, Westgate Bank, 670
S. Whitney Way, Madison, Wisconsin 53711
SECOND VICE PRESIDENT: Fred R. Rehm '43, Milwaukee County
Air Pollution Control Department, 9722 Watertown Plank Road,
Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53266
SECRETARY: Mrs. Conrad Elvehjem '28, 656 Hilltop Drive, Madi-
son, Wisconsin 53711
TREASURER: Harold Scales '49, Anchor Savings and Loan, 25 W.
Main Street, Madison, Wisconsin 53703
                            Staff
Arlie M. Mucks, Jr. '43
Gayle Williams Langer '59
Elma Keating Haas
Wayne L. Kuckkahn '61
Gary D. Meyer '63
Thomas H. Murphy '49
JoAnne Jaeger Schmitz '51
              Executive Director
              Associate Director
    Director of Alumni Programs
    Director of Alumni Programs
    Director of Alumni Services
    Director of Communications
and Editor, "Wisconsin Alumnus"
                 Assistant Editor
THE WISCONSIN ALUMNUS is published ten times a year: Monthly
in October, November, February, March, April, May, June and July; and
bimonthly in December-January and August-September. Second-class postage
paid at Madison, Wis., under the act of March 3, 1879. Subscription price
(included in membership dues of the Wisconsin Alumni Association) is $10.00
a year. Editorial and business offices at 650 N. Lake St., Madison, Wis.
53706.
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