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Richard, George (ed.) / Wisconsin alumnus
Volume 59, Number 5 (Nov. 1957)

Wisconsin alumni club bulletin board,   pp. 24-25


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After the ball game--dancing.
Assembled Badgers (below), got a kick out of panel members
Roy Bellin and Deral Teteak (left), former Badger gridders
and now official and freshman coach respectively; that adept
MC, Lloyd Larson, Milwaukee Sentinel sports editor; athletic
publicitor George Lanphear, and former gridder Don Kindt.
SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
November 16           Homecoming Party
Films of the Wisconsin-Marquette game-proceeds to go
  toward a club scholarship program.
Contact: Steve Rondon for details and reservations. His
  address is 1415 Blackstone Rd., San Marino, Calif., Phone
  LU 8-5215.
DALLAS
November 22           Dinner Dance
This is a Big Ten dinner dance held in conjunction with
  other alumni clubs. Cost per person, $5.00.
Contact: John E. Anderson, 11203 Lanewood Circle, Dal-
  las 18, Phone DA 7-5681.
Random Notes: The Wisconsin Alumni Association held
its annual Club Officers Conference Saturday, October 5,
beginning at 9:30 a.m. The club officers entered the beautiful
new Engineering Building and began festivities with coffee
and rolls. Then they listened to Regent Carl Steiger, Osh-
kosh, Athletic Director Ivan Williamson and the new
dean of students LeRoy Luberg. They discussed problems
of the University as they affected the alumni. The Association
provided box lunches at noon after which the group had
Wisconsin Alumnus, November, 1957
only a hop, step and a jump to get to the Wisconsin-West
Virginia football game. . . . The Eau Claire Wisconsin
club held its football dance at the country club Septem-
ber 7. Dr. Jack Bowen and Victor Wahl Jr. were in
charge of the very successful evening as reported by the
club secretary Mrs. Milton Siker .... Indianapolis alumni
chartered a bus to Lafayette, Ind., on October 12 to attend
the Wisconsin-Purdue football game, according to club
president Robert H. Jacobi.
            ATTENTION CLUB OFFICERS
  Please advise the Wisconsin Alumni Association of your
upcoming meetings as soon as they are set. Closing date for
the Bulletin Board is four weeks prior to the date of issue
of the Alumnus . . . usually the first of each month. Meet-
ings which have already occurred are usually mentioned in
this section, however, even though notices arrived too late
for advance use. Advance notices get top priority, of
course, since many alumni report that they have made excel-
lent use of the information on coming meetings, particu-
larly alumni who are newcomers to their communities.
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