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Murphy, Thomas H. (ed.) / Wisconsin alumnus
Volume 82, Number 1 (Nov. 1980)

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  With Us!
  February 14-25, 1981
  Seven days aboard the S.S. Oceanic
Independence cruising the Hawaiian -
Islands. Our itinerary includes Honolulu;
Hilo, Hawaii; Kona, Hawaii; Kahului,
Maui; Nawiliwilli, Kauai; and returning to
Honolulu. And for the perfect finale we'll
spend three nights in the beautiful Hyatt
Regency Waikiki Hotel.
    Included are special low air fare sup-
 plements round-trip to Honolulu, airport-
 to-pier transfers, all meals aboard ship,
 cocktail parties, luau and skilled cruise
 directors. Optional shore excursions of-
 fered at each port of call.
   Cruise rates: $1570-$2725 per per-
 son, based on double occupancy.
 March 26-April 10, 1981
   This exotic tour features travel on the
other side of the world. From San Fran-
cisco on a Pan Am 747 wide-bodied
scheduled jet to Hong Kong and four
nights at the Hilton. Then on to Bali for
two nights on the Island of the Gods at
the Bali Beach Intercontinental Hotel.
Followed by two nights at the Hotel Am-
barrukmo Sheraton in Jojakarta, West
Java, site of 9th-century Hindu temples.
Four nights at the Singapore Hilton top
off this intriguing trip. On returning to San
Francisco there is a night at an airport
   This exclusive tour features American
breakfast daily, welcome and farewell
parties, optional excursions and expe-
rienced hospitality staff.
   $2595 per person, double occupancy
from San Francisco; $270 air supplement
from Milwaukee or Chicago. $325 single
Travel Dept., WAA
650 N. Lake St., Madison 53706
Please rush brochures on:
- Hawaiian Islands Cruise
- East Indies Escapades
Volume 82, Number 1
November/December, 1980
Club Presidents
McBurney Center for the Disabled
Our Gang
Does Anyone Have a Kind Word for Congress?
Greek Philanthropies
Interviewing the Dean of Students
Alumni Artists at the Elvehjem
UW-System President's Inaugural Address
University News
Stay Out of the Midnight Sun
Member News
Cover: In case it's been a while since you've flown over Madison, UW News
Service photographer Norm Lenburg gives you this aerial view stretching
from the east boundaries of the Ag Campus to just about Sun Prairie.
Wisconsin Alumni Association
Officers, 1980-'81
Chairman of the Board: F. Frederick Stender '49, Madison National Life
Insurance Co., Box 5008, Madison 53705
President: Betty Erickson Vaughn '48 (Mrs. Charles), 839 Farwell Drive,
Madison 53704
First Vice-President: Clare I. Rice '43, Avionics and Missiles Group,
Rockwell International, Cedar Rapids 52406
Second Vice-President: Eric Hagerup '58, 1st Wisconsin Trust Co., 777
East Wisconsin Avenue, Milwaukee 53202
Third Vice-President: Jonathan G. Pellegrin '67, Johnson Hill Press, Inc.
1233 Janesville Ave., Ft. Atkinson 53538
Treasurer: Alfred S. DeSimone '41, Equitable Life Assurance Society,
3900 60th Street, Kenosha 53142
Secretary: Donald E. Frank '47, 7210 Arrowwood Rd., Louisville 40222
Assistant Secretary: Ann Healy Allen '65, '68 (Mrs. James), 1418 N. Su-
mac Drive, Janesville 53545
Executive Director: Arlie M. Mucks, Jr. '43
Associate Director: Gayle Williams Langer'59
Assistant Director: Carolyn Walker Libby
Director of Communications and Editor, "Wisconsin Alumnus":
Thomas H. Murphy '49
Director of Programs: William A. Schultz '73
Director of Member Services: Jennette M. Poulik
Director of Operations: Judi Leibel
Telephone (608) 262-2551
THE WISCONSIN ALUMNUS(USPS 687-660) is published six times a year: January,
May, July, September, and November. Second-class postage paid in Madison,
Wis., under the act
of March 3,1879. Subscription price (included in membership dues of the Wisconsin
Alumni Asso-
ciation) is $20.00 a year. Editorial and business offices at 650 N. Lake
St., Madison, Wis. 53706.
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