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Richard, George (ed.) / Wisconsin alumnus
Volume 59, Number 2 (Oct. 1957)

Newly married,   pp. 36-40


Faculty,   p. 40


Page 40


sign engineer in the Wind Tunnel-Model
Group at Douglas Aircraft.
1951
  Mr. and Mrs. William C. SCHULTZ spent
part of the summer in Europe on a trip she
won from a national television network.
  Dr. Donald BARCOME is practicing medi-
cine in Gillett, Wisconsin.
  John J. ROACH has resigned as head base-
ball coach and instructor at Madison's Edge-
wood High school to join the Badger Sport-
ing Goods Co. of Madison.
  On leave of absence from Mary D. Brad-
ford High school in Kenosha, Shirley BAIL-
LIES will teach physical education and sci-
ence to children of U. S. army personnel in
Japan.
1952
  Twin daughters Julie Ann and Jennifer
Gail were born on March 25 in Milwaukee
to Mr. and Mrs. Stuart W. LARRATT (Sue
Ann MILLER). The Larratts have two other
daughters: Kari Sue, 31/2, and Jill Lisa, 2.
  Orrin K. ANDERSON is now with the
Bank of Galesville, Wis.
1953
  Donald J. BROTT has accepted a position
as examining attorney for the government and
is stati6ned in Washington, D. C.
  Gustave MUELLER was granted the doc-
tor of medicine degree at the Harvard Com-
mencement in June. He studied at the Uni-
versity of Edinburgh on an exchange scholar-
ship for a year before returning to Wisconsin
in 1954-55 for his M.S. degree.
  Winner of a $100 cash award in the na-
tional Lunsford .Richardson pharmacy awards
competition sponsored by the Vick Chemical
Co., New York, is James E. TINGSTAD,
graduate student in pharmacy.
  With a new master of business administra-
tion degree from Harvard awarded him at the
June commencement, Edward C. BUSSE Jr.
has accepted a position in the controller's di-
HONORED AND APPOINTED
   Emeritus Prof. Gustav Bohstedt, ani-
mal husbandry, was honored at a testi-
monial dinner at the Wisconsin Nutri-
tion School for Feed Men Aug. 19.
  L. J. Imhoff is now director of the
University Extension Center at Menasha.
  Prof. Frederick A. White is new di-
rector of the Bureau of Audio-Visual In-
struction, succeeding Prof. Walter A.
Wittich, who is devoting full-time to in-
struction in the School of Education.
  Robert L. Tottingham is coordinator
of publications in the Extension Divi-
sion's department of editorial and com-
munication services.
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vision of the Allegheny Ludlum Steel Co.,
Pittsburgh, Pa.
1954
  Dr. Irving Yucheng LO has joined the
faculty of Western Michigan university, Kala-
mazoo, as assistant professor of English.
  Dr. Edward B. MINER was granted his
M.D. degree at the UW commencement in
June and is interning at Indiana University
Medical Center, Indianapolis.
  Dr. Henry AUFDERHAAR is now intern-
ing at Madison General Hospital.
  John BALIS is a member of the agriculture
faculty at Purdue university, where he has
worked on the new Vertical Mulching sub-
soil machine.
  Marinette County's new farm and home de-
velopment agent is Harold D. KING.
  Dr. Philip A. HOFFMAN is interning at
the Sacred Heart General Hospital in Eugene,
Ore.
1955
  Mr. and Mrs. John Brown HAYDON
(Juliet GERKE) are living in Madison while
he studies in the UW Law School. They have
a young daughter, Julie.
  Dorothy Jane BOTHAM has received her
master's degree in library science from the
Carnegie Institute of Technology and has ac-
cepted a position in the New York public li-
brary as a children's librarian.
  Lt. Richard A. WOHLLEBER is a mem-
ber of the Korean Military Advisory Group
in Korea.
  D. J. PAGEL is now in the Saran-Process
engineering department of the Dow Chemical
Company.
1956
  Mr. and Mrs. Richard M. GREGORY (Ju-
dith HOFFMAN) are now living at 7011
Hampstead Ave., Cleveland 29, Ohio, where
he is employed as a metallurgist with the
Archer Daniels Midland Co.
  Sally Ann KONNAK is secretary-reception-
ist and a director of the Children's Museum
   Elmer Meyer succeeds Fred Kramer,
now at Drake university, as student ac-
tivities adviser.
   John Heywood Smith, former general
manager of the General Electric Co.
X-Ray department, Milwaukee, is now a
professor of commerce at the UW-M.
  Dr. Paul F. Sharp resigned as UW
history professor to become the four-
teenth president of Hiram college in Hi-
ram, Ohio.
  New director of the UW Teacher
Placement Bureau is Dr. Joseph V. To-
taro, formerly in a similar capacity at the
University of Illinois.
ON THE MOVE
   Serving as a consultant in the compi-
in Denver, where her address is 832 Lafay-
ette St. Last fall she was a discussion leader in
world politics for an adult education group
sponsored by the Ford Foundation at the Uni-
versity of Denver.
  Gene LARSEN, who assisted Coach Hal
Metzen at Wisconsin High in Madison last
season, has taken a job at Boscobel high
school teaching physical education and coach-
ing football and baseball.
  Gerald L. MATTHEWS has joined the
Consolidated Water Power and Paper Co. in
Wisconsin Rapids as a staff artist. He had
been staff artist with WHA-TV and WMTV
in Madison.
  Raymond DeLAAT has been named chief
chemist at the Badger Paper Mills in Pesh-
tigo, Wis.
  Lorelle A. WOOD, music teacher at
Shawano High school, was a member of the
Sigma Alpha Iota European music tour dur-
ing the summer.
  Virginia KAHL, artist librarian, and au-
thor of children's books, was chosen "alumna
of the year" by Milwaukee-Downer College.
  Alan AMECHE, who plays football with
the Baltimore Colts, has opened a new
drive-in at 5800 Reisterstown Road, Baltimore.
  The Richard D. '54 KARFUNKLES (Shir-
ley Ann   CHAPNITSKY      '56) have an-
nounced the arrival of their first son, Jeffrey
Blake, at State College, Pa. Dick resigned
his teaching position at Pennsylvania State
university to accept the position of staff
economist, Operations Research    Group,
Charles Pfizer and Co., Inc., Brooklyn, N. Y.
  Mary Elizabeth MUDD is the new home
economist for the Wisc6nsin Power and Light
Co. in Janesville.
  Charles J. SCHMITT, technical director of
the Green Ram theater near Baraboo during
the summer, has accepted a similar post at
Montana State university where he will work
with Bo Brown, Wisconsin alumnus who is
theater director.
  Roland G. NEHRING, who was given his
law degree at the Wisconsin June commence-
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lation of an extensive Venezuelan agri-
cultural resource atlas has been Prof.
Henry S. Sterling, geography.
   Prof. Selig Perlman, economics, spent
the summer in Israel at Hebrew univer-
sity, Jerusalem.
   Bureau of Information and Program
Services Director Robert H. Schacht,
spent four weeks in Germany as a guest
of the German government.
   Prof. Andrew T. Weaver, speech, was
visiting lecturer at the 23rd conference
of speech education at Louisiana State
university in June.
   Prof. William B. Hesseltine, history,
is spending the semester as visiting pro-
fessor at the University of South
Carolina.
  Wisconsin Alumnus, October, 1957
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