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Murphy, Thomas H. (ed.) / Wisconsin alumnus
Volume 77, Number 2 (Jan. 1976)

Deaths,   pp. 21-23


Page 22


BuckyJoins the Desk Set!
They're new and very elegant,
these desk accessories in rich
walnut or Italian marble. Each is
crested with a metal disc, with
a scrappy Bucky in red-and-white
enamel on gold.
Pencil Caddy
It's turned out of a single piece
of walnut, clean-lined and nicely
proportioned to 41/8" x 21/½" x /4".
Holds about a dozen.      $6.50
Memo Tray
Keep a stack of 3 x 5's at the
ready in this tray, with its walnut
frame and fiberboard bottom.
61/2" x 4" x 114".  $8.50
Pen Holder
Lustrous Italian marble block,
gold-colored holder and black-
and-gold durable ballpoint in
classic design.   $7
Paperweight
The same polished Italian marble,
2" x 2" x 1/2".   $5
Make check payable to:
WAA SERVICES CORP.
650 N. Lake St., Madison, Wis. 53706
Please ship me the items listed at right.
Here is my check for $
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senior who exhibits a high degree of
sportsmanship, athletic and academic
excellence. He did not move into the
starting lineup until the Kansas game
October 4th, and in the rest of the
season he was credited with twenty-
nine solo and thirty-five assisted tackles.
  Marek and offensive lineman Terry
Stieve earned All-Big Ten first team
honors, Marek for the second straight
year. Defensive back Steve Wagner
and sophomore defensive end Dennis
Stejskal were named to the second
team, and center Joe Norwick, offensive
guard Steve Lick and tackle De~nnis~
Lick earned honorable mention.
   Dennis Lick made the first team of
 the Kodak All-American squad at
 guard instead of his normal tackle
 position, but, as tackle, was picked for
 the first team of the Newspaper En-
 terprise Association's All-Americans.
 Dennis Lick and Terry Stieve made
 the UPI's all Big Ten first team and
 Lick its All-American first string, in
 addition to that of the Walter Camp
 Football Foundation. Stejskal and
 Marek earned the UPIs second All
 Big Ten.
   Post-season bowl bids were impres-
 sive, too: Lick accepted invitations to
 play in the East-West Shrine game
in San Francisco; the Hula Bowl in
Honolulu, and with Wagner, the
Japan Bowl in Tokyo. Wagner went
to the East-West game; Stieve to the
Blue-Gray Classic and the Senior
Bowl; and Marek to the American
Bowl. John Jardine was an assistant
coach for the East team in the
East-West game.
Liberal Arts Degree
Still Valuable
   The liberal arts major, contrary to
some reports, is not dead yet. The
recent B.A. hitting the job market
may think his new diploma has
shriveled in value, but in most cases
he has acquired important skills for
employment and living a full life.
  "There are jobs for liberal arts
majors in business, industry, and gov-
ernment, if students know what they
want," says Edward Weidenfeller,
campus director of Career Advising
and Placement. "And I'll bet that ten
years from now, it will be the
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