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Hove, Arthur O. (ed.) / Wisconsin alumnus
Volume 69, Number 4 (Jan. 1968)

Alumni news,   pp. 26-29


Page 28


Milwaukee Club Stages Art Premier
O VER 800 attended a Preview of
     the First Annual Art Show spon-
sored by the Wisconsin Alumni Club
of Milwaukee and presented by the
University of Wisconsin department
of art at Madison, under the direc-
tion of Prof. Gibson Byrd. The affair
was held at the Milwaukee War Me-
morial Center on Sunday, December
3rd, and stimulated considerable dis-
cussion regarding today's contempo-
rary art.
  Assisting in the preview show were
instructors and students who demon-
strated the various techniques used
in the preparation of wood block,
litho stone, intaglio, and silk screen
prints. The showing continued for
two weeks at the War Memorial Cen-
ter. According to Robert W. Maerck-
lein, chairman of the event, it is
planned to repeat the exhibit next
year with specific emphasis on Wis-
consin University landscape and
campus scenes.
  Judge for the Exhibition was Mr.
Misch Kohn, from the Institute of
Design at Illinois Institute of Tech-
nology. Friends of the Alumni Asso-
ciation who contributed toward a
$1,000 fund for the Awards of Ex-
cellence were:
Mr. and Mrs. Eric Hagerup preview some of the works displayed at the Milwaukee
Art
Show with UW faculty artists Dean Meeker and Gibson Byrd.
Allen-Bradley Co.
The Cramer-Krasselt Co.
First Wisconsin National Bank
Maercklein Advertising, Inc.
Marshall & Ilsley Bank
Pelton Steel Casting Co.
Marine National Exchange Bank
Mr. & Mrs. Elmer Winter
Frederick C. Winding
Malcom K. Whyte Memorial
WITI-TV 6
  The Art Show Preview is just one
of several new events planned by the
Milwaukee group, headed by Eric
Hagerup, president. According to Mr.
Hagerup, future plans besides the
Founder's Day Dinner include a col-
lege baseball game between the Uni-
versity of Wisconsin and another Big
Ten team at the Milwaukee's County
Stadium, a summer picnic event, and
a concert with the new University
Singers.
1963
  Rodney 0. Radke recently completed an
ordnance officer career course at Aberdeen
Proving Ground, Md.
  Roger W. Rolke recently received his
Ph.D. in chemical engineering from Prince-
ton University.
  A. Richard Seminaro has joined the
trust department of the Bank of Madison.
1964
  Mr. and Mrs. Norbert L. Keller (Carole
Kuehn) announce the birth of a daughter,
Linda Susan.
  Peter McNaughton recently became a
member of the Harvard R.O.T.C. staff. He
and his wife (Susan S. Stewart) will reside
in Wellesley, Mass.
  Bruce A. Craig was recently appointed
an assistant attorney general of Wisconsin.
1965
  Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth W. Bateman
(Jane Ritzenthaler) announce the birth of
a son, Andrew James.
  Michael J. Dolske was recently gradu-
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ated from transportation officer candidate
school at Ft. Eustis, Va.
  David A. Kuykendall is working in the
Department of Psychiatry at Womack
Army Hospital, Ft. Bragg, N. C.
  Mr. and Mrs. Richard Stenlund (Janet
Tenaglia) announce the birth of Kirstin
Ann.
1966
  Roy Henry Abramovitz has been ad-
mitted to the School of Judaica of the
Jewish Theological Seminary of America,
New York City, where he will prepare to
be -a rabbi.
  Roger L. Eberhardt, Charles W. Lutter,
Jr. and Errol L. Reksten recently received
their silver wings upon graduation from
U. S. Air Force navigator schools.
  Edward Gulesserian Jr. recently was
graduated from helicopter school at Ft.
Rucker, Ala.
  Thomas J. Thomas, Paul T. Thoreson,
and John W. Zwerg recently received their
U. S. Air Force silver pilot wings.
  Oscar M. Torres Ramos recently com-
pleted eight weeks of basic training at Ft.
Gordon, Ga.
1967
  Gregory Armstrong is living in England
and is on Her Majesty's Service studying
at the Royal Botanical Garden.
  Dennis R. Engel, Carl W. Geenen,
and Claire S. Whipple have completed
their basic training at Lackland AFB,
Tex.
  Stephen Gershaw was recently com-
missioned a second lieutenant in the U.S.
Air Force.
  Arnold Pedowitz was recently gradu-
ated from a VISTA training program.
He will spend one year working in Omaha,
Neb., with the Holy Family Parish, Inc.
  Terry W. Rose is serving as law clerk
to U.S. Court of Appeals Judge F. Ryan
Duffy of the seventh circuit. The court
hears appeals from the district courts of
Wisconsin, Illinois, and Indiana and the
federal administrative agencies.
  Charles L. Swanson Jr. has been
named vice president of W-I (Wisconsin-
Illinois) Canteen Service, Inc., Madison,
Wis.
  Martha Terrey Weber is a Pan Ameri-
can World Airways stewardess.
                 Wisconsin Alumnus


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