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Hove, Arthur (ed.) / Wisconsin alumnus
Volume 67, Number 7 (April 1966)

Alumni news,   pp. 28-[32]

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ment at the general offices of American
Oil Co., in Chicago.
   Phillip T. Drotning '49, formerly execu-
tive communications consultant with
Standard Oil, will be manager of Ameri-
can Oil Company's communications serv-
ices, a new public relations division.
   Ivan Nestingen '49, former Madison
mayor, is associated with the Chicago law
firm of Raskin, Downing and Danimann
as counsel. Nestingen continues to main-
tain Madison and Washington, D. C. law
   George D. Davis '50, has been named
New York regional news manager of the
Dodge Reports, a publication of F. W.
Dodge Co., a division of McGraw-Hill,
Inc. Davis has been with Dodge since 1950
and formerly was news manager of the St.
Louis district.
   Lt. Col. Howard R. Ross '50, is cur-
rently in Vietnam working with the ad-
visory team at Pleiku.
  Gilbert P. Goetz '50, has been ap-
pointed director of advertising for the. Con-
solidated Edison Company.
  Rob   Roy MacGregor '50, has been
named manager of the casualty-property
department at the Traveler's Insurance
Company's Buffalo, N. Y. office.
   William Kertulla '50, has been named to
the new central staff position of deputy
state highway engineer for development
"by the State Highway Commission.
   Dr. Willis A. Warner '51, assistant pro-
fessor in the department of anesthesia at
the University of Iowa College of Medi-
cine, has completed a two-month tour of
volunteer service on the SS Hope, the
famed hospital ship now on a mission to
Nicaragua. Dr. Warner is one of 30 vol-
unteer U. S. physicians now completing
their teaching-treatment tour.
  Daniel P. Meyer '51, director of public
relations at Consolidated Papers, Inc., of
Wisconsin Rapids since 1956, has been
named administrative assistant to the presi-
dent of the firm.
  Prof. Byrum E. Carter '51, former as-
sistant dean and acting associate dean of
faculties at Indiana University, will become
chairman of the department of govern-
ment July 1.
  Henry B. Buslee '52, city attorney of
Fond du Lac since 1961, has been named
city manager. Buslee was assistant city
attorney at Madison from 1955 until mov-
ing to Fond du Lac.
  Major Thomas H. Burkhalter '52, has
begun five months of study at the Armed
Forces Staff College at Norfolk, Va.
  Vladimir Gribov '52, has been named
manager of a Walgreen drug store at 3432
W. North Ave. in Milwaukee.
  Robert E. Long '52, has been named
agency manager of the newly created
Buffalo-Long agency of Bankers Life Co.,
Des Moines, Iowa.
  Dr. Charles D. Louch '52, associate pro-
fessor of biology at Lake Forest College,
recently published papers in the Journal
of the Bengal Natural History Society
and the Journal of Mammalogy. The arti-
cles concern the Indian squirrel and the
house shrew, both of which are important
as reservoirs of plague and typhus in India.
   Kenneth 0. Madsen '53, has published
an article in Food and Nutrition News
entilted "Oral Food Residues and Tooth
   Mr. and Mrs. David E. Moran '54 of
Dallas, Texas announce the birth of a
daughter, Jan Elizabeth, on March 1.
  James Mott '54, has been named UW
sports information  director to succeed
George Lanphear.
  Dr. Anthony J. Catana '54, associate
professor of biology at Albion College
(Mich.) has been awarded a summer fel-
lowship to work on a paper describing the
plant and animal life and physical habi-
tat of the preserve near Battle Creek.
   Prof. Erwin Hiebert '54, of the UW his-
tory of science department, addressed a
symposium program held March 12 at the
Ernst Mach Institute in Freiburg, Ger-
   Leo R. Hilfiker '54, has been appointed
co-ordinator of educational field research
and development for the State Department
of Public Instruction.
  Phillip C. Ebbers has been appointed
development engineer-manager of ASQ-38
systems analysis at IBM's Electronics Sys-
tems Center in Oswego, N. Y.
  Dr. and Mrs. Herbert Gahr '55, of New
York, announce the birth of a son, Evan
Lawrence, on November 28, 1965.
  Dr. Albert R. Bryan '55, has opened an
office at 3410 Monroe St. in Madison for
the practice of medicine.
  Robert C. Moll '55, has resigned as as-
sistant controller of Freeman Chemical
Co., Port Washington, to         become
secretary-treasurer of McDonald Davis
and Associates, a Milwaukee advertising
and public relations agency.
  Delbert E. Lins is the new corporate
manager of industrial engineering for the
A. 0 Smith Corp., of Milwaukee.
  Dr. H. Robert Huntley, assistant pro-
fessor of English at Washington and Lee
University, has been named a fellow in
the cooperative program in the humani-
ties sponsored by Duke University and
the University of North Carolina. Hunt-
ley's special field of interest is the Edward-
ian novel and Ford Madox Ford.
  Philip J. Lyons, C.L.U., has qualified
once again for the 1966 Million Dollar
Round Table, an organization comprised
of life insurance salesmen who sell in ex-
cess of a million dollars of new business
per year. The membership represents ap-
proximately the top two per cent of the
life insurance industry.
  James C. Boll, assistant district attor-
ney of Madison has been promoted to
deputy in charge of criminal cases.
   Donald R. McCallum, former Madison
deputy district attorney, has joined the
Madison   law firm   of Jasper, Winner,
Perina and Rouse.
   David L. Steele has associated himself
with attorney H. D. Blanding at St. Croix
   Thomas D. Zilavy has become a part-
ner in the Madison law firm of Ross,
Stephens, Pick and Spohn.
  Dr. James M. Roherty has been named
chairman of the department of govern-
ment at the College of William and Mary
in Williamsburg, Virginia.
   Stuart K. Taussig has been made a
partner in the law firm of Rosenthal and
Schanfield of Chicago.
  Mr. and Mrs. Craig Eben (Elizabeth
Donkle) announce the birth of a daughter
on February 8.
  Captain Robert W. Wilda has entered
a 24-month curriculum leading to a mas-
ter's degree in astronautics at the Air
Force Institute of Technology at Wright
Patterson AFB, Ohio.
  Dr. Charles P. Lattuada, director of
research for A. R. Schmidt of Madison,
has been selected for inclusion in the 1966
edition of Outstanding Young Men in
  James G. Wieghart will head the
newly established Washington news bu-
reau of the Milwaukee Sentinel.
  Lionel C. Barrow, Jr., is now employed
in the New York office of Foote, Cone
and Belding advertising agency as a re-
search group head in charge of copy and
experimental research.
  Mr. and Mrs. George W. Longenecker
(Caryol Magnussen '60) have moved to
Morgantown, W. Va., where he is an as-
sistant professor of landscape architecture.
  Michael J. Wyngaard has resigned from
his post as Assistant U.S. Attorney to be-
come legal counsel for Wisconsin Motor
Carriers Association.
  Gregory J. DeLucca has been appointed
industrial product planning specialist for
GE's housewares division with headquar-
ters in Ashland, Wis.
  Dr. Carl Peraino, a member of the
staff for cancer research at the Argonne
National Laboratories, has been selected
for inclusion in the 1966 edition of Out-
standing Young Men in America.
  Stephen C. Jones has become associated
with the law firm of Jasper, Winner,
Perina and Rouse of Madison.
  Maj. Gen. George V. Underwood Jr.,
has been awarded the Distinguished Serv-
ice Medal for serving with distinction in
the U.S. Army from 1960-1966. Serving
in the dual position of Chief of Informa-
tion, Office of the Chief of Staff, and
Chief of Public Information, Office of the
Secretary of the Army, General Under-
wood developed information policies and
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