Egstad, H. M. (ed.) / The Wisconsin alumni magazine
Volume 36, Number VII (April 1935)
With the Badger sports, pp. 223-228
April, Nineteen thirty-five 227 The March meeting of the club was held on Fri- Headquarters. All the fascinating details of a modern E police plant were revealed to the members. Finger print intricacies, the elaborate radio system, and the finer points of the "show ups" were explained in a v detail. Our tentative program includes a bridge party and Wisconsin movie on April 26, a picnic in May, and m il e a dinner dance in June. RUTH VAN Roo, Secretary. _ 1935 APRIL 195 Milwaukee Alumni Makes Plans for P 12345 6 Gala Post Lenten Cabaret Dance 7 18 11 1 182 13 o NE of the high lights which will mark the .termi- U21 22 2312425 26 27 nation of the Lenten season, is a formal cabaret 28 291301 I dance which will be held at the Wisconsin Club on Friday, April 26th, for all Milwaukee Alumni and 5 S students of the University of Wisconsin. This event, which is being held during the spring recess, may be properly called an all Wisconsin night inasmuch as the pri students and the alumni will get together for a night 6. Baseball-Illinois Normal School at Normal. Of dancing, bridge and other entertainment. of e dancin, bridgeanid WisotheentrinAlment. C7. University Orchestra Concert in Music Hall, The newly organized Wisconsin Alumni Club of 4:15 P. M. Milwaukee will sponsor this affair not only for the purpose of a desirable get-together, but to utilize the 8. Boxing-North Dakota University at Madison. proceeds for the establishment of a scholarship fund. 11. Milwaukee Alumni Club-Prof. W. H. Kiek- In addition to the usual cabaret entertainment, there hofer dinner at the City Club. will be a special selection of dance numbers which are 11 th Annual Gridiron Banquet in the Union. being arranged by Joseph Blatecki, '28, and Roland 12. Baseball-Bradley Tech at Peoria. Icke, '28, former unusual directors of the Haresfoot Club. The dance numbers will be arranged by years 13. Baseball-Bradley Tech at Peoria. or periods and played for the various classes according 14. University Concert Band concert in Music Hall to the popularity of their time. at 4:15 P. M. C. Harold Ray is chairman of the party and will be 16. Lecture by Alfred G. Pelikan of the Layton Art assisted by Merrill E. Taft, Dr. Ralph P. Sproule, Institute of Milwaukee on "The Art of the Russell G. Winnie, William F. Buech, Willard Wilder Child and Its Development" in Tripp Com- and T. Westly Tuttle. mons at 8 P. M. Tickets will be one dollar a couple and may be 19 obtained at the Hurley and Reilly store, 219 E. Wis- Baseball-Illinois at Madison. consin Ave., Milwaukee, or from club members. 20. Baseball-Illinois at Madison. Spring Recess commences after the last classes. Milwaukeeans to Hear Kiekhofer 21. Easter Sunday. M EMBERS of the Milwaukee Alumni club will 22. Haresfoot plays in Wausau. entertain Prof. W. H. Kiekhofer of the Depart- 23. Haresfoot plays in Fond du Lac. ment of Economics at their April 11 meeting at the Baseball-Western State Teachers College at City club. Prof. Kiekhofer will discuss current eco- Kalamazoo. nomic problems at the meeting which will follow the 24. Haresfoot plays in Sheboygan. regular monthly dinner. Baseball-Western State Teachers College at Dr. H. L. Russell, director of the Wisconsin Alum- Kalamazoo. ni Research Foundation, spoke to the club on March Board of Regents Meeting. 14. He gave an authoritative discussion of the work 25. Haresfoot plays in Kenosha. of the Foundation and the men whose inventions Baseball-Michigan State College at East made its establishment possible. Lansing. 26. Milwaukee Alumni Club dance at the Wisconsin There are approximately 1,063,000 teachers in all club. types of schools in the United States. About 700,- B llSe 000 of these are in elementary schools, about 250,- Las ing. 000 in secondary schools, and about 90,000 in col- Lansing. leges. ~~~~~~~~~~~~Haresfoot plays in Chicago. leges. There were in America in 1932 about 1,900,000 27. Haresfoot plays in Milwaukee at the Davidson living college graduates and about 8,100,000 living Theater. high school graduates who had not continued their Baseball-Michigan at Ann Arbor. education through colleges, it is revealed by govern- Track-Drake Relays at Des Moines. ment statistics. 29. Instruction resumed after Spring Recess.
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