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From past to present, SFA has grown in size and scope from a small teachers' college to its current status as a major state university. Wayne Christian at the birthday party, "The future looks brighter and brighter." "The Stephen F. So far as it is given vision and wisdom, it will start right, for it has a long way to go. "Sweatequity Day gives people a chance to do some of the things that they would like to see get done," Westbrook said.

Austin State Teachers' Col- lege is a full-grown organization. At the third Sweatequity Day, held Saturday, September 12, volunteers worked on a variety of projects around the university to clean up and repair SFA despite obstacles presented by the muddy, rainy and generally miserable con- ditions.

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FLORIAN LAMPERT (Rep.) was elected a member of the Sixty-fifth and Sixty-sixth congresses at the same time, in November 1918, being chosen to succeed James H. Anton Widebach, of Manitowoc Co.; Phillip; Peter lives in Illinois; Frederick lives in California; one daughter, name not given, who died in childhood, and Gertrude, now Mrs. AUGUST LUCKOW, of the firm of Seliger & Luckow, cigar manufacturers, son of Frederick and Mary Luckow, was born in Mecklenburg-Schwerin, Germany, Feb. Andrew Martin Town of Jackson Source: History of Washington and Ozaukee Counties, Wisconsin, Western Historical Company (1881), page 725, submitted by Mary Saggio. Those dead are Lewis, Eleazer, Lewis, Emma and Minnie. and engaged in surveying and locating lands; he was appointed Deputy County Surveyor of Washington Co. West Bend; has 180 acres of land; settled in the county in 1854; was the son of John and Mary (Griss) May; was born in Hesse-Darmstadt, Germany, March 14, 1817; came to America, with his father, in 1834, and settled in Portage Co., Ohio, where he continued his residence till 1854, when, with his family, he moved to Washington Co., Wis., and located on wild land on the site of his present farm. 22, 1847, to Barbara Bausch, daughter of Max and Catherine (Riderman) Bausch, who was born in Baden, Germany. 16, town of Polk; when 16 years of age, he began an apprenticeship to the shoemaker's trade in the village of Mayfield; served three years; he then, worked in Milwaukee as a journeyman shoemaker about eight or nine years; he then proceeded to Cedar Creek, Washington Co., and opened a shoe-shop, which he carried on for four years; he next spent three years in Kewaskum in the same business, and in 1877 came to Schleisingerville and engaged in his present business. Miller West Bend Source: History of Washington and Ozaukee Counties, Wisconsin, Western Historical Company (1881), pages 568-569, submitted by Mary Saggio. 26 of that year, and proceeded to Mequon, Washington Co., now Ozaukee; there he spent five years on his father's farm, and at the expiration of that time was appointed Deputy Register of Deeds by Fred Horn; in 1847, he began the study of law in the office of Pierce & Stanford, at Port Washington, during his leisure from official duties; he continued in the Register's office five years, and in 1853 was appointed Deputy Clerk of the Court, and served in that capacity during three terms of court; in 1857, he moved to West Bend, and the following year was appointed Clerk in the office of the Bank Comptroller, at Madison, which position he held two years; on returning to West Bend in April, 1860, he was admitted to the bar in Judge Mann's court, and entered upon the practice of his profession; was elected Register of Deeds, and held that office during the years 1863-64; in 1867, he was elected to the Legislature from the Northern District of Washington Co. OMeara, in West Bend, under the firm of OMeara & Miller, from 1871 to 1881, and now alone. has been a member of the Board of Supervisors of Hartford two terms. was married in the town of West Bend, April 16, 1875, to Miss Elizabeth Knapp, daughter of Peter and Catherine Knapp.

Austin State Teachers' College, swing was in style and gasoline prices had just risen to 16 cents a gallon. "SFA has come a long way." SFA students of all ages cel- ebrated 75 years of education Sept. Elementary students from SFA's charter school sang "Happy Birthday" before Ruby Fluornoy, a 1932 SFA graduate, helped cut the cake. Let every re- sponsible person put his shoulder to the wheel." by Bekah Graydon Contribut- ing Writer Lifestyles 9 Butts Butts Kalinec Lifestyles 13 Butts Butts 20 Lifestyles 21 This year, SFA sponsored its third annual Sweatequity Day, allowing volunteers to invest bodily energy in lieu of money in order to help keep campus beauti- ful.

Political representa- tives sent letters of proclama- tion and spoke inspiring words to students and teachers. Yes, it was hot and partici- pants did sweat, but all for the cause of taking pride and owner- ship in SFA, according to Steve Westbrook, director of student activities.

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Press release from NATAS, May 5, 2015: The National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences (NATAS) announced the winners of the 36th Annual Sports Emmy® Awards at a special ceremony tonight at Jazz at Lincoln Center’s Frederick P. Winners were announced in 40 categories including Outstanding Live Sports Special, Live Series, Sports Documentary, Studio Show, Promotional Announcement, Play-by-Play Personality, Studio Analyst and three categories honoring Spanish-speaking programming and talent.

It is our joy to honor tonight’s many outstanding nominees who continue to challenge what is possible, and consistently find new and exciting ways to engage the sports viewing audience.” The awards were presented by a distinguished group of sports figures and television personalities including Matt Vasgersian and Harold Reynolds ( “MLB Tonight,” MLB Network); Ernie Johnson, (studio host, Turner Sports); Adam Lefkoe (anchor, “Bleacher Report”); Marion Reimers (journalist, Fox Sports); Ernesto Jerez (journalist, ESPN Desportes); Rich Eisen (studio host, NFL Network); Eric Le Grand (Rutgers University); Dara Torres (12-time Olympic medalist, Swimming); Ian Eagle (sportscaster, CBS); Shelley Smith (sports reporter, Sports Center, ESPN); Dan Hicks (sportscaster, NBC); Tara Lipinski (1998 Figure Skating Olympic Gold medalist; event analyst, NBC); Ken Rosenthal (sports reporter, FOX Sports); and Tom Verducci (event analyst, MLB on FOX).

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