Murphy, Thomas H. (ed.) / Wisconsin alumnus
Vol. 70, Number 7 (May 1969)
Alumni news, pp. 24-29
tion media services to supply the ten in- structional materials centers in the United States with the puzzles. Mrs. Chester A. Baird (Rita Wittich '58) is an instructor in the school of edu- cation at Denver university. Bronson LaFollette '58 has been elected president of the Wisconsin Consumers League. Major George S. Crawford '59 has been appointed commanding officer of the 197th aviation company, Ft. Ben- ning, Ga. William D. Dyke '59 was recently elected mayor of Madison. John W. Keller '59 is assistant actuary for Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance company of Milwaukee. He and his fam- ily live at Brookfield, Wis. David R. Obey '60 won the U. S. House seat formerly held by Defense Secretary Melvin Laird. 196.1 Major Richard N. Hansen of Madi- son recently received the army commen- dation medal in Vietnam. Duane Kleven is head wrestling coach at Oshkosh State university. 1962 Dr. and Mrs. John A. Liebert (Judith Dragotto) announce the birth of their first child, Jeffery Ferguson. They live in Bellevue, Wash. Dennis W. Hamill recently completed his PhD in physics at Boston university and joined Dow Coming company as a research physicist in Midland, Mich. Jack Olson has been named a partner Pick and Spohn. 1963 Larry G. Lang has been appointed area representative for the petro-chem- ical division of Ethyl corporation in El Dorado, Ark. 1964 James W. Goetz has joined the staff of the American Paper Institute, Inc. in New York City after four and a half years in the U. S. Navy. Mr. and Mrs. Bruce (Rudy) Martzke (Phyllis Holden '65) announce the birth of their first child, Michael Robert. They live in St. Louis. Rodney R. Rohda is an actuary with Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance company of Milwaukee. Lou Wagner was recently promoted to product manager in the grocery products division of the Pillsbury company of Minneapolis. He lives in Edina, Minn. 1965 George C. Wischmann has been named outstanding junior officer of the year at Ft. Worth, Tex. May, 1969 extraordinary comfort of suits made of our Brooks- Ease...a 100% worsted that actually "gives" at, points of stress ...will welcome the introduction of this revolutionary material in a new light weight that will serve through the warmest days of Sum- S me'itr. 7enhav lrtiaoredropi caL Rr okgEase-in-our own workrooms in our traditional No. 1 model, in these attractive colorings and patterns: solid navy or grey; medium grey stripes; as well as Glen plaids of blue, grey or brown. Coat and trousers, $165 ESTABLISHED 1818 Mtnrs zrbogjz' urishinqs, Hats ze~hota ! 74 E-. MADISON ST., NR. MICHIGAN AVE., CHICAGO, ILL. 60602 , , ~ATLANTA - BOSTON - LOS ANGELES * NEW YORK . I I P1TTSBURGH - SAN FRANCISCO - WASHINGTON : .° . . .. . .
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