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Richard, George (ed.) / Wisconsin alumnus
Volume 58, Number 9 (Jan. 15, 1957)

Necrology,   pp. 30-35


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Wanted: things
historical
As the 100th anniversary of the founding of the Wisconsin Alumni Association
gets nearer,
we are digging deeply into the annals of the organization, looking for such
items as the
historical minutes of the Association's first meeting in 1861, reproduced
above. If you have
any reason to believe that your papers contain anything of significance to
the Association,
will you please inform Executive Director John Berge, Memorial Union, Madison
6, Wisconsin?
in the advertising firm of Stockton, West,
Burkhart, Inc. in nearby Cincinnati.
  Edward J. HAYCK is employed as an
electronic engineer at the Scheibe Engineer-
ing Co., Burlington.
  Working as a methods analyst at the
Elgin Watch Co., Elgin, Ill. is Douglas
SULLIVAN.
  Donald C. KANE has recently been pro-
moted to zone sales manager of the Los
Angeles area for New Departure Ball Bear-
ings, division General Motors. He, his wife
and two sons are living in Torrance, Calif.
  John J. SCHROEDER is assistant profes-
sor of history at Ball State college, Muncie,
Ind.
  Two UW alumnae were awarded master's
degrees by Marquette university in August.
They are Ruth L. KRUEGER, master of edu-
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cation, and Theodora BUSCH, '53, master
of arts.
  Attorney  William   A. CHATTERTON
spent seven weeks in Europe during the sum-
mer. He attended the Sixth Conference of
the International Bar Association held at the
University of Oslo.
  Robert L. EICHINGER, Sturgeon Bay, is
serving as a senior engineer on nuclear core
engineering projects at Westinghouse Elec-
tric Corporation's Bettis Plant, Pittsburgh,
which is operated for the Atomic Energy
Commission.
  Richard HOUGHTON is an exhibition
specialist with the National Park Service,
Washington, D. C.
  Samuel E. DeMERIT is working on his
Ph.D. thesis at Harvard University while
teaching some classes at Boston University.
  Acting home agent for Green Lake county
is Mrs. Arlyn Hollander (Margaret STONE)'.
  Gerald G. HOLTON is zone sales man-
ager of the Burroughs Corp. Green Bay
branch.
  Former executive secretary to Governor
Kohler, Phillip T. DROTNING, is vice
president in charge of public relations, North-
west Orient Airlines, Minneapolis.
  Actor Gerald HIKEN has appeared in
four shows since his arrival in New York a
year ago. He won the Clarence Derwent
Award for his role in "Uncle Vanya."
  Bernice and Morton WAGNER send word
from Atlanta, Ga., that they are settled in
their home and trust that their Madison
friends driving or flying to Florida will drop
in. Morton is general manager of WAKE,
an Atlanta radio station.
  Wisconsin Alumnus, January, 1957
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