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Hove, Arthur (ed.) / Wisconsin alumnus
Volume 61, Number 8 (Dec. 1959)

Alumni news,   pp. 35-38


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badger bookshelf
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  The book deals with the interaction
of law and the social order in Wiscon-
sin during the years of the nineteenth
century when legal history was marked
with "melodrama and routine." It deals
primarily with the way in which Wis-
consin's legal system met the challenge
of an aggresive new industry and the
railroad's impact on the state's economic
system and social order.
CROSIER ON     THE FRONTIER, A
Life of John Martin Henni by Rt. Rev.
Msgr. Peter Leo Johnson, State Histor-
ical Society of Wisconsin ($3.95).
  The story of a man who helped
Wisconsin pioneers "keep the faith"
in the face of great hardship. Henni's
activities caused him to become widely
known as a specialist in problems of
German-American Catholicism, and he
became the first Bishop of the Mil-
waukee diocese when it was created in
1843.
IS DEATH THE END? by the Rev.
Carroll E. Simcox, Seabury Press.
   This clear, frank, and uplifting little
 book is a simple statement of the doc-
 trine of eternal life.
RETURN OF THE STRANGER by
Dorothy James Roberts, Appleton Cen-
tury Crofts ($4.50).
  This new novel is a magical recrea-
tion of one of Ireland's most beautiful
and poignant legends-the legend of
Etain, bride of two kings. Miss Roberts
is also the author of THE EN-
CHANTED CUP.
THE CHILD'S WORLD: His Social
Perception by Frank 1. and Elizabeth
W. Estvan, Putnam ($4.95).
   This book is about the way children
 view their social world: what they see
 when looking at a farm or factory,
 rich people or poor, a church or a cap-
 itol building. It is meant for all those
 who are concerned with children of
 elementary school age.
 TRIOLET PRIMER by John Culnan, a
 limited edition published by the author
 ($1.00).
   A collection of triolets by one of the
 leading poets of Nevada.
 COMMUNITY THEATRE Idea and
 Achievement by Robert E. Gard and
 Gertrude S. Burley, Duell, Sloan and
 Pearce ($3.75).
   The hope of theatre in America to-
 day lies in the thousands of active
 community groups, and it is ever more
apparent that the standards of theatre
art are being established at local levels.
A record of accomplishment and of
dynamic ideas in action, COMMUN-
ITY THEATRE reaffirms the convic-
tion of Community Theatre pioneers
that in local theatre lies the great future
of the American theatre.
ENJOY YOUR CHILDREN by Lucille
E. Hein, Abingdon Press ($3.50).
  Written in a warm-hearted, down to
earth, and exceedingly practical style,
this book is designed for parents, those
who work with children, and for all
who are interested in understanding
them and their needs.
DISPLAY TYPEFACES by Kenneth
B. Butler and George C. Likeness, The
Butler Type-Design  Research Center
(Library Edition $7.50, Utility Edition
$5.00).
  Handbook No. 6 in the series of
books published by the Butler firm de-
signed to assist those who work with
the graphic arts.
SOTILEZA by Jose Maria
translated by Glenn Barr,
Press, Inc. ($4.50).
de Pereda,
Exposition
  One of the best-known novels of de
Pereda, translated by a Wisconsin alum-
nus.
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Wisconsin Alumnus, December, 1959
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