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Egstad, H. M. (ed.) / The Wisconsin alumni magazine
Volume 33, Number VI (March 1932)

With the Badger clubs,   pp. 186-188


Page 188


The Wisconsin Alumni Magazine                                           
                March, 1932
There was a lively discussion whether to use a       The results of our Membership
Campaign to date
fourth of our dues on hand for needy children, or for  have been most encouraging.
1932 dues have been
some scholarship fund. The children won.             paid by 120 of our members,
of whom 30 have either
Miss Berryman, one of our own, gave a talk on a trip  paid or pledged additional
contributions ranging from
to China in 1929 which was made still more fascinat-  $2.00 to $30.00. We
are still, however, a long way
ing by her array of native embroidery and jewelry.   from our goal of four-hundred
paid memberships and
The oh's and ah's of "us girls" when we fingered these  those who
have not done so are urged to send in their
beauties would be something to encourage the Chinese  checks.
in their fighting.                                     Mark Saturday evening,
April 9, on your calendar.
                    MARGARET COOK SAMUELS,           On that date all loyal
Wisconsin Alumni in greater
                                      President      New York and their friends
will get together at the
                                                     St. Regis Roof for our
annual dinner-dance. Those
                                                     who have attended these
annual parties for the last
Attention Cbicaso Alumni and Alumnae                 two years will need
no urging to come this year. The
                                                     preliminary plans indicate
that the high standard of
 gLENN FRANK will be the guest speaker at the        entertainment of past
years will be equalled. Mark
 ~'afternoon session of the Annual Spring Confer-   etraneto         atyaswl
       eeule.Mr
             G  afernon sssin oftheAnnul SringConer- the date and make your
plans now. Further details
ence of the Chicago Association for Child Study and  tater.
Parent Education to be held at the Sherman Hotel on                     
      R. GLA
Saturday, March 12th, 1932. The subject of the Con-
ference will be "Developing Attitudes in Children."           
                            Secretary
Glenn Frank will make his address at two o'clock. All
Wisconsin graduates are cordially invited to attend
this meeting.                                         Big Ten Organize New
         Orleans Club
  Mrs. Evan A. Evans, president of the Chicago Alum-
nae club, requests that all Wisconsin alumnae living  AT A recent meeting
former students of the Big Ten
in Chicago and environs register at the Illinois Wom-   universities perfected
a plan for a permanent or-
en's Athletic Club. Their names will be picked up    ganization. Any Wisconsin
graduates living in New
        t ythe secretary of the Chicago club and they  Orleans or surrounding
cities are asked to get in touch
there by th  ertr     fteCiaocu          n   hy      with the club secretary,
Mrs. William S. Dodd, if they
will be notified of all the affairs of Chicago group.
  The next meeting of the Chicago Alumnae club will  wish to become affiliated
with the organization.
                                                       Plans are now being
made for a banquet to be held
be a card party on March 19, the proceeds of which   i   a.Ti       etn 
   ilcicd       ihteana
will be added to the Chicago Alumnae Loan Fund.      in May. This meeting
will coincide with the annual
                                                     meeting of the American
Medical Association and will
                                                     bring to New Orleans
many graduates and former stu-
              w A  fA l       I         f 1 l         ~~~~~~dents of the
Big Ten schools.
Minneapolis Alumnae         Learn of Indians
  HE Wisconsin Alumnae Club of Minneapolis held
Tits fifth meeting of the year on January 9 at the Y.
W. C. A. Luncheon was served to twenty-one mem-                         
  THE
bers.
  During the business meeting a treasurer's report was          W     S 
    OI           N
read by Mrs. George Madsen. There was a short dis-            V     S   
  OIv
cussion about the advisability of having a Founder's
Day meeting with the men's club. The final decision
of whether, where, and when was left with the men's
club.                                                             BADGER
  The meeting was then turned over to Mrs. A. L.
Cernaghan, chairman of the program committee, who                    A m
      pu
had planned a very interesting afternoon for us. Mrs.                A modern
picture
A. M. Kessenich stimulated our imagination by facts                    of
the modern
and stories concerning early Indian history in and
around Minneapolis. A very interesting review of                        
 campus
Maurice Hindus' "Red Earth" was given by Alrs. T. E.
Stark.                 A-NN CAHOO'N MATHYS,
                                       Secretary
                                                          $4.50         
                Wisconsin
   New    York to Hear About Russia                      mailed         
                 Badger
MR. JOHN CARMODY, editor of the Factory and In-          to you         
                 Badger
A' dustrial Magazine, President of the Society of In-                   
                 Memorial
dustrial Engineer, will lead the Round Table Discus-    Publication     
                  Unio
sion Group on March 10th on the question of: "How is       date    
                       Union
Russia Likely to Affect Us Industrially and Economi-     May 18th       
                 Madison
cally". Mr. Carmody has recently returned from a trip
to Russia.
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