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Johnson, Dwight A. (ed.) / Wisconsin alumnus
Volume 51, Number 1 (Oct. 1949)

Badgers you should know,   pp. 34-[35]

Page [35]

     (Continued from page 33)
  Mrs. Carl Sternkorpf (Helen POR-
TER), Hartland, reports the birth of a
daughter, Elizabeth Jean, Sept. 29, 1948.
  Wilmer H. SCHAUMBERG is now
with Joseph E. Seagram & Sons, Inc.,
Louisville, Ky. His wife is the former
Dorothy MAHLSTEDT, '46.
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  Jack S. WINK, former Wisconsin and
Michigan quarterback, is head football
coach at Wayne (Nebr.) state teachers
college this season.
  Dr. and Mrs. Wilbur M. BENSON
  (Esther WELLER, '45) have moved
from Pasadena to Los Angeles, Calif.,
where he is serving his internship.
  "Play's the thing" is the name of
an  illustrated article in the June
Mademoiselle about Nancy O'MEARA,
director of public recreation in Baraboo.
  Roma Jean BORST, back again with
t h e University Spanish department,
spent the summer in Spain as a mem-
ber of the Putney (Vt.) Experiment in
International Living. She lived in Ma-
drid in an "anti-France, poor, uncom-
fortable" native home.
  With the Spear & Co. department
store in Pittsburgh is Anne R. BUCK-
STEIN, June recipient of a Master in
Letters degree from the University of
  Maha, a son, was born May 12 to
Mr. and Mrs. Mohamed FAHMY, Cairo,
Egypt. He is working for his PhD at
Purdue; both were active International
club members.
  Eldon SMITHBACK, South B e n d,
Ind., and Dorothea GITZEL, Milwau-
kee, made a wedding trip through the
Smoky mountains after their marriage
in Milwaukee May 14.
  Sigma Alpha Epsilon Robert E. HER-
ING and Alpha Chi Omega Carla Eliza-
beth SCHROEDER, '47, were married
in Milwaukee Apr. 23.
  Katherine McCoy McINTOSH, Edger-
ton, and John P. WALSH, University
geology student, Were wed at the home
af the bride's parents June 25.
  A  daughter, Christine Marie, was
born Apr. 28 to Mr. and Mrs. Rodney
  Norman ROSENFELD married Ruth
Pachefsky in Milwaukee March 20. He
is an accountant with the M. U. Kasch
  Jane NETHEREUT became Mrs. Wil-
  liam H. Varnum, Jr., Denver, Colo., on
  June 4.
  Margaret Ann Helen WILSON, Mad-
  ison, was married to Michigan student,
  Charles D. DeYoung, in Madison June 4.
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  Basketball star Robert HAARLOW
and Marian F. LEE, '47, were married
June 18 in Madison.
  Nancy Lee WHEELER became the
  wife of E. Allen SMART, '46, in Wau-
  watosa June 25.
  Ina ERICKSON and Dr. Gordan V.
  MARLOW   spent their honeymoon in
  Canada after their June 18 wedding. Dr.
  Marlow is serving his internship in St.
  Paul, Minn.
  Ray Burt HILLER     and Elizabeth
BRAEGER, married June 4, now live
In Whitefish Bay.
  Dai ly Cardinal Editor Morton I.
  LEVINE is business page editor of the
  Waukesha Daily Freeman.
  LeRoy A. BLOCK is now selling text-
books to high schools for the MacMillan
Publishing Co.
  Robert BJORKLUND        and Gene
BERNHARD are around Europe on an
ambitious tour planned for prospective
foreign correspondents.
  Theta Sig Beverly KUSSEROW was
married to Robert N. WHITE in Mil-
waukee Sept. 8.
  New   Home Economics teacher at
Whitewater High is Hannah BILLINGS.
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