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Richard, George (ed.) / Wisconsin alumnus
Volume 59, Number 11 (March 1958)

Campus calendar: March, 1958,   p. 10

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Campus Calendar
        March 1958
  2 Concert, Gunnar Johansen,
    pianist, Music Hall, 8 p.m.
3-5 Engineering Institute, "Bitu-
    minous Roads."
3-7 Management Institute, "Hu-
    man Relations for Foremen
    and Supervisors."
  4 Lecture, "Sites and Mecha-
    nisms of Aniibody Globulin
    Synthesis," Dr. Abram B.
    Stavitsky, School of Medi-
    cine, Dept. of Microbiology,
    Western Reserve University,
    25 Bacteriology Bldg., 4 p.m.
4-5 Management Institute, "Plant
    Management Conference."
4-8 Wisconsin Players, "Heart-
    break House," George Ber-
    nard Shaw, Wisconsin Union
    Theater, 8 p.m.
  5 Religious Lecture Series, "The
    Religion of Jesus and the
    Concept of Comunity," Rev.
    Howard Thurman, Dean of
    the Chapel, Boston Univer-
    sity, Great Hall, Memorial
    Union, 8 p.m.
  7 Lecture, "Nationalist Trends
    in the Music of the Ameri-
    cas," Aaron Copland, lead-
    ing U. S. composer, Music
    Hall, 8 p.m.
  8 Little International, Stock Pa-
  9 Sunday Music Hour, Aaron
    Copland Festival, Wisconsin
    Union Theater, 3 p.m.
  9 An  Evening  With   Ogden
    Nash, Wisconsin Union The-
    ater, (Date  changed from
    Feb. 18).
6-7 Management Inst'tute, "Pur-
    chasing Management Confer-
    10 Citizens' Conference on Edu-
      cational Research, Memorial
11-13 Management Institute, "Budg-
      et Techniques Workshop."
11-13 Management Institute, "Super-
      visors Role in Cost Reduc-
   12 Lecture, "The Strength of the
      Story," Elizabeth Bowen, Me-
      morial Union.
12-14 Engineering Institute, "Plas-
      tic Design of Steel Struc-
13-14 Management Institute, "Sales
      Management Conference."
13-15 Humorology, Wisconsin Un-
      ion Theater. Daily 8 p.m.,
      matinee Sat. 2:30 p.m.
   14 Wisconsin Speech Correction
      Institute, Memorial Union.
   15 Short Course Graduation,
      Agriculture Hall Auditorium,
      11 a~m.
   15 Home Economics High School
      Hospitality Day
   16 Minneapolis Symphony, Wis-
      consin Union Theater, 2:30
18-19 Management Institute, "Job
      Economics for Foremen and
18-19 Management Institute, "Of-
      fice Management Conference."
18-20 Management Institute,
      "Leadership and Personal
   19 Lecture, "Surface of the Sun,"
      Dr. Martin Schwarzschild,
      Princeton University, 113
      Sterling Hall, 8 p.m.
19-20 Management Institute, "Finan-
      cial Management Conference."
19-21 Engineering Institute, "Plastic
19-21 Secondary School Principals
      meeting, Memorial Union,
      6 p.m.
20-22 State High School Basketball
23-30 International Week.
   23 Pro Arte Quartet, Music Hall,
      8 p.m.
   24 Madison League of Women
      Voters, Play Circle Memorial
      Union, 2:30-10 p.m.
24-25 Engineering Institute, "Engi-
      neering Refresher (Basic)."'
24-29 Wisconsin Players, "Sir John
      in Love,"  Ralph  Vaughan
      Williams, Wisconsin Union
      Theater, 8 p.m.
   25 Matrix Banquet, Memorial
      Union, 6 p.m.
25-26 Engineering Institute, "Indus-
      trial Engineering Seminar on
      Maintenance Productivity."
25-26 Management Institute, "Labor
      Relations Management Con-
   26 Wisconsin Dames Style Show,
      Memorial Union, 7:45 p.m.
26-27 Pharmacy Management Insti-
      tute, Memorial Union.
26-27 Spanish Play, "La Mal Que-
      rida," Jacinto Benavente, Play
      Circle, Memorial Unioni
      8 p.m.
   27 Management Institute, "Per-
      sonnel Management Confer-
27-28 Engineering Institute, "Indus-
      trial Research Organization."
27-30 Midwest United Nations Stu-
      dent Conference, Memorial
   30 Palm Sunday Band Concert,
      Wisconsin Union Theater,
      3 p.m.
Every working day the Sun Life of Canada
pays out an average of one thousand dollars a
minute to its policyholders and their heirs.
Established for more than 60 years in the
United States, the Sun Life today is one of the
largest life insurance companies in this coun-
     Since organization $3 billion in Policy benefits try -- active in 41
states and the District of
     has been paid by the company.                    Columbia, and in Hawaii.
0Wisconsin Alumnus, March, 1958

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