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Murphy, Thomas H. (ed.) / Wisconsin alumnus
Vol. 70, Number 7 (May 1969)

Founders Days,   pp. [16]-[23]


Page [17]


Founders Days
Around the state and across the nation
good fellows get together for the annual
spring celebration.
   1. Phoenix. President Pete Fumusa
 '50 slices Swiss for Wisconsin's U. S.
 Secretary of Defense, Melvin Laird.
   2. Ft. Atkinson. President Bill Rus-
 sell, M.D. '46; scholarship winners
 Marcia Beane and Sue Wester; speaker
 Bob Samp, M.D. '51.
   3. Detroit. President-elect_ Doug
 Roberts '42; TIME editor and guest
 speaker John Scott; President Les
 Lundsted '42.
   4. Beloit. Delmar DeLong '52;
President Martin Kades '54; coach of
Beloit's state championship basketball
team, Bernie Barkin '46; Jean Archer
Paulson '57; F. J. Heidt '51.
   5. Racine. President and Mrs. Bill
Rayne '54.
  6. Waukegan. Lyle Leland '58;
President-elect Arthur Smith '64;
President Milton Anderson '54.
  7. New York City. Arthur Wads-
worth '33; TV producer and the club's
"Man of the Year", David Susskind
'42; President Henry Engler '61; Ron-
nie Ross '48.
  8. Dodge County. (Standing) Mark
Hansen '54; faculty speaker Richard
McCoy; Wm. Richards M.D. '52;
-Robert Fu11er- '   eateud#-Sch-olar-
ship winner Mike Lawton; Janet Thiel
Clark '59; Alice Burhop Kaiser '40;
V. C. Sehloff '50.
  9. Watertown. Youngest local club
member Jeffrey Frost '69; oldest,
Richard Thauer '22; George Wolff
'36; Mrs. Thomas Frost, club presi-
dent.
  10. Fond du Lac. Special citations
went to: Former WAA President Nor-
man Becker, M.D. '43; State Senator
Walter Hollander; Donald Flanders
'52, club president; and Nathan
Manis '38, long-time worker for UW
athletics.
  11. Southern California. President
Harry Gold '62; speaker-UW Presi.-
dent Harrington; Harold Frumkin '51,
president of San   Fernando Valley
club; local TV newscaster Jerry Dun-
phy '48, recipient of "Man of the
Year" award; and Norman Gordon,
'37.
  12. Jefferson, Wis. Arthur Jark '38;
Dorothy Erickson Thomsen '48; James
Rinrdfleish '50; President Deane
D'Aoust '61; Ormal Kiesling '33.
                        (continued)


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