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Hove, Arthur (ed.) / Wisconsin alumnus
Volume 62, Number 14 (June 1961)

Wisconsin Women's Day a big success,   pp. 9-12


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From the Registration
Desk - to the
Informative Seminars
and Exhibits, it was
a Wonderful Day for
Wisconsin Women
of education; "Is the University Student
a Number or a Person ?" by Chester H.
Ruedisili, associate dean of Letters and
Science.
  The second seminar, "Creative Invest-
ments," featured Frank M. Graner, pro-
fessor of commerce; Anne Adler, Mer-
rill, Lynch,, Pierce, Fenner & Smith,
Inc.; and Freida Mueller, partner, Rob-
ert W. Baird & Co., discussing how
Wisconsin women can make their extra
money go to work for them. Judging by
the number of women who attended
this seminar, this was an area that was
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vital to the interests of a great deal of
the ladies present.
  The third seminar explored "The
University's Influence in the Arts." In
this meeting, Frederick M. Logan, pro-
fessor of art and art education called on
faculty members to describe the particu-
lar contribution that each of their de-
partments was making to the situation
of the arts at the University. Those who
spoke were: Mary F. Fee, associate pro-
fessor of physical education for women
(dance); Gladys L. Borchers, professor
of speech; Paul L. Wiley, professor of
English; Robert G. Petzold, associate
professor of music and music education;
and Fannie T. Taylor, associate profes-
sor and director of the Memorial Union
Theater.
  The unstinting cooperation of these
faculty members was a great help in
making the day a success.
  The social highlight of the day fol-
lowed the seminars as the women gath-
ered for luncheon in the dining room
of the Wisconsin Center. Presiding at
     Wisconsin Alumnus, June, 1961


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