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Richard, George (ed.) / Wisconsin alumnus
Volume 56, Number 12 (April 15, 1955)

Wisconsin Alumni Association officers and directors,   pp. 6-7


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  WISCONSIN ALUMNI ASSOCIATION
         OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS
                         OFFICERS
President: GORDON Fox, '08, 109 N. Wabash Ave., Chicago 2, Ill.
First Vice-President: GORDON R. WALKER, '26, Walker Forge, Inc..
    2000 17th St., Racine.
Second Vice-President: LAwRENcE J. FITZPATRICK, '38, J. J. Fitzpatrick
    Lumber Co., 3230 University Ave., Madison 5.
Treasurer: RUSSELL A. TECKEMEYER, '18, 1 S. Pinckney St., Madison 3
Secretary: MRs. JOHN A. SCHINDLER, '28, 532 22nd Ave., Monroe
Executive Director: JOHN BERGE, '22, Memorial Union, Madison
                  DIRECTORS AT LARGE
HARRY W. ADAMS, '00, Public Service Bldg., Beloit; HARRMS G. AL-
LEN, '23, 514 Madison, Milton Junction; DON ANDERSON, '25, Wis
St. Journal, Madison 3; DR. NORMAN 0. BECKER, '40, 104 S. Maiti
Fond du Lac; MARTIN BELOW, '24, Electro-Matic Engr. Co.; 10 W.
Kenzie, Chicago; MRS. WALTER S. CRAIG, '20, 117 S. Division,
Janesville; JOHN L. DAVIS, '43, Hughes, Anderson & Davis, 1228 Towei
Ave., Superior; DEAN CONRAD A. ELVEHJEM, '23, Bascom Hall, UVW.
Madison 6; MRS. WALTER L. HAIGHT, '07, 1629 Wisconsin Ave., Racine,
MRs. Lucy ROGERS HAWKINS, '18, 1008 Main, Evanston, Ill.; CHRISTO-
PHER HENDRA, '23, Molie. Investment Co., 2304 Huntington Dr., San
Marino, Calif.; MRs. ROBERT D. JOHNS, '41, 1514 King, La Crosse;
DR. MERsITT L. JONES, '12, 51012 3d St., Wausau; DR. JOHN A.
KEENAN, '30, Standard Packaging Corp., 551 Fifth Ave., New
York City; WALTER H. KEYES, '45, 123 N. 3d, Sturgeon Bay; LLOYD
LARSON, '27, The Milwaukee Sentinel, Milwaukee, KATHERINE Mc-
C,&vL, '25, Tomah; SAM   OGLE, '20, Schusters, Inc., Milwaukee;
Jmms D. PETERON, '18, 135 S. La Salle, Chicago; GEORGE S. ROB-
3nIS, '40, Chamber of Commerce, Marinette; MRS. SILAS SPENGLER.
'19, 342 Park, Menasha; GuY M. SUNDT, '22, Camp Randall Stadium.
Madison 6; HOWARD W. WEISS, '39. 942 N. Jackson. Milwaukee.
                    PAST PRESIDENTS
CHARLES B. hoGzrs, '93, 95 N. Main, Fort Atknson; Jo)0  S. LoR,
04, 135 S. La Salle, Chicago 3; GEORGE 1. HA1Gsr, '99, 209 S. La
Salle, Chicago 4; CHARLES L. BYRON, '08, 38 S. Dearborn, Chicago 3;
EARL 0. VITS, '14, 635 N. 7th, Manitowoc; HARRY A. BULLIS, '17,
Chairman of the Board, General Mills, Inc., 400 2nd Ave. S., Min-
aeapohs; HOWARD I. POTTER, '16, Marsh & McLennan, 231 S. La
Salle, Chicago; HOWARD T. GREENE, '15, Brook Hill Farm, Genesee
Depot; ALBERT J. GOEDJEN, '07, 350 Bryan St., R. No. 6, Green Bay;
CLAYTON F. VAN PELT, '18, Fred Rueping Leather Co., Fond du Lac;
PHILIP 11. FALK, '21, Supt. of Schools, 351 %\. Wilson, Madison 3;
WILLIAM D. HOARD, JR., '21, W. D. Hoard & Sons Co., Fort Atkin-
ton; JOSEPix A. CUTLER, '09, Johnson Service Co., 507 E. Michigan,
.Mlilwaukee; WALTER A. FRAUTSCHI, '24, Democrat Printing Co., 2211
Fordem Ave., Madison 4; STANLEY C. ALLYN, '13, Pres., National Cash
Register Co., Dayton, Ohio; JOHN H. SABLES, '23, Knox Reeves Advt.
Inc., 600 1st Natl. Soo Line Bldg., Minneapolis; THOMAS E. BRITTING-
aAm, '21, Room 251, Del. Trust Bldg., Wilmington, Del.; WILLARD G.
ASCHENBRENNER, '21, American Bank & Trust Co., Racine; WARREN P.
KNOWLES, '33, Doar & Knowles, New Richmond; R. T. JOHNSTONE,
26. Marsh & McLennan, 1300 Natl. Bank Bldg.. Detroit.
               SENIOR CLASS DIRECTORS
 Lla%,, of 1952: JAMES D. WHIFFEN, 68 Cambridge Rd., Madison 4;
 Class of 1953: Mus. WM. R. SEIrOLD, 325 N. Lake, Madion 5;
 Class of 1954: BARBARA MORLEY, 312 Breeese Terrace, Madison 5.
                ALUMNI CLUB DIRECTORS
 Beloit: DONALD L. DoasoN, '39, 542 E. Grand Ave.; Chicago: WM.
 ALLEN NATHENSON, '34, 105 W. Adams; Fond du Lac: KENNETH Mc-
 LEOD, '33 104 S. Main; Janesville: WILLIAM G. LATHROP, JR., '47.
 213 N. Miain; La Crosse: Mls. NORMAN W. SCOTT, '38, 250 West
 Ave. S.; Madison: JOHN S. HOBBINS, 26, 1 N. Pinckney St.; Mil-
 waukee: HARVEY E. LEISER, '37, 110 E. Wisconsin Ave., Suite 1010;
 Minneapolis: RoGER C. TAYLOR, '41, N. W. Mutual Life Ins. Co.;
 New York City: RALPH B. JOHNSON, '17, Smith, Barney & Co., 14
 Wall St.; Northern California: ANTHONY E. O'BRIEN, '29, 400 Mont-
 gomery, San Francisco; Oshkosh: GENE ENGLUND, '42, 320 Oshkosh
 Natl. Bank Bldg.; Racine: ROBERT BUHLER, 47, 1045 College Ave.;
 Shseboygan County: CLAYTON M. BOND, '26, Sheboygan Clinic, She-
 boygan; Southern California: EMIL BRzITRREUTZ, '06, 1404 Wilsom
 Ave., San Marino 9; Washington, D. C.: GEORGE E. WORTHINGTON.
 10. 501 N. Oxford, Arlington 3. Va.
DEAR EDITOR
  (Continued from page 3)
a large school is apt to be superior since
only one fine quality radio is required for
the school.
  A recent survey in our building revealed
that approximately seven hundred pupils lis-
ten to the State's WHA school programs in
this school weekly. The programs used most
by our teachers of this school are: Let's
Write, Book Trails, Let's Find Out, Let's
Draw, and News of the Week.
   I trust that our legislature will see fit
 to continue the excellent educational serv-
 ices rendered by the State Broadcasting Serv-
 ice and will also permit the State Radio
 Council a budget sufficiently large to permit
 operation of the low-powered educational
 station WHA-TV.
                Robert L. Gregory, '35
                Roosevelt School
                Racine, Wisconsin
      Putting Y.M.C.A. Right
   Just a note to tell you how much we
 like . . . your March Wisconsin Alumnus,
 the two pages showing fine views, with
 appropriate copy, of the new University
 Y.M.C.A. building.
    However . . . the new building is not
 located at Charter and Johnson Streets, as
 stated, but Brooks and Johnson Streets.
        Robert L. Schumpert
        General Secretary, UW Y.M.C.A.
        Madison, Wisconsin
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            In the Record
  In the rush of things I hadn't had an
opportunity to pass along a reprint which I
had made in the Congressional Record of the
recent fine article describing research at the
University...
  Let me say that I was delighted to note
your observations regarding   the  tremen-
dously  important  subject of   graduating
enough American engineers so as to keep in
the competitive race with the Soviet Union.
  This is an issue which I have discussed
a great deal in recent weeks and months.
   With best wishes, I am
                  Alexander Wiley, '07
                  U. S. Senate
                  Washington, D. C.
             Liked Report
   Thank you for the January 15 copy of the
 Alumnus. I have read, with interest, the
 Legislative Committee's report on the Uni-
 versity. I hope the exhaustive study of the
 group will lead to positive action on some
 of the more immediate problems of the Uni-
 versity.
   Many of these problems have existed with-
 ",t tangible improvement since I first joined
 the campus community in 1948.
                         Patricia Smith
                         Madison, Wis.
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