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Murphy, Thomas H. (ed.) / Wisconsin alumnus
Vol. 73, Number 1 (Oct. 1971)

Alumni news,   pp. 24-31


Page 24


     GROUND GAINER
       It's authentic, this UW football helmet.
    And who's to know they didn't retire it after
      your days of gridiron glory. Or, if a lady
 were to give it as a gift for his office, den, or student
    room, wouldn't it seem he's her own personal
 hero? Beneath the helmet is a solid oak base; the
 switch is 3-way; the shade covered with natural
 burlap. Stands 30" high. Delivery in about 2 weeks.
           Christmas isn't all that far off! $39.95
-          -----------------------
UW LAMP
650 N. Lake Street
Madison, 53706
Here is my check or money order for $ ---------- Please
send ------------ UW helmet lamp(s) to:
NAME _
ADDRESS
CITY ----------------STATE ------------ZIP
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Alumni News
tnt
24
    This section is limited to news of
    members of the Wisconsin Alumni
    Association.
11/30 ANGA B JORNSON '11
has retired to a farm in Piedmont, Calif.,
after 42 years of teaching. She was fea-
tured in a recent article in the Madison
Capital Times Green Sheet
BARRY J. ANSON '17, research profes-
sor in the department of Otolaryngology
and Maxillofacial Surgery at the Univer-
sity of Iowa, is co-author of a book en-
titled "Surgical Anatomy," which was re-
cently published in its fifth edition.
KATHERINE KLEUTER Lower '24 re-
tired in June from the Bryn Mawr College
faculty of which she had been a member
for 24 years. A professor of Social Work
and Social Research when she retired, Mrs.
Lower was given the Lindbach Award for
Excellence in Teaching. She plans to do
further research in the field of child wel-
fare and will help develop an associate
degree program for social welfare tech-
nicians at Harcum Junior College. She
lives at Rosemont, Pa.
ROBERT TURELL, M. D., '26, New
York City, has recently published a sec-
ond edition of his book "Diseases of the
Colon and Anorectum."
Newly elected chairman of the trustees of
the Memorial Union Building Association
at the UW is LOWELL FRAUTSCHI '27,
Madison.
A.,
Wisconsin Alumnus


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