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89%

– percentage of Wisconsin residents with a favorable view of Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers, the reigning Super Bowl MVP. Only two figures placed...

Medicine: Wisconsin Wants All Its Own Organs

Wisconsin and Illinois have a new border problem: transplant wars. Wisconsinites, fearing new federal rules will let Chicago hospitals take a disproportionate...

Wisconsin: They Love Lucey

Patrick J. Lucey, the Lieutenant Governor of Wisconsin, wears a gold PT-109 tie clasp and has been a politi cal shipmate of the Kennedys since the 1960...

WISCONSIN: Hoan's Seventh

Last week Milwaukee went to the polls, turned out its Socialist city attorney and five of its Socialist city councilmen, turned down eight out of twelve other...

National Affairs: New Face in Wisconsin

Almost to its own surprise, Wisconsin's G.O.P. state convention papered over its perennial Old Guard v. Ikeman feuding in Milwaukee, settled last week on a...

Nation: Wisconsin: Right on Schedule

Wisconsin's Democratic Governor Gaylord Nelson, 46, was out to slay a solon. And he had it all planned out. The intended victim was Alexander Wiley, 78, after...

Sport: On, Wisconsin

More than 10,000 spectators lined the shore of Onondaga Lake, at Syracuse, N.Y., for the Intercollegiate Rowing Association regatta. For the first time in years,...

WISCONSIN: Cheers for McCarthy

At a cocktail party in Washington last week, Joe McCarthy, the only Senator present, got the brushoff, sat moodily in the corner by himself. But when he went...

WISCONSIN: Primary Scrimmage

The battle for the 1960 Democratic presidential nomination may well be won in the playing fields of the state primaries—or in the scrimmages beforehand. Last...

DEMOCRATS: Wisconsin: Revolt No. 2

A significant something else happened in Wisconsin fortnight ago besides the defeat of Wendell Willkie. Overlooked, until the final returns were in, was the...

Sport: Horseman to Wisconsin

The University of Wisconsin has not yet forgotten the 38-to-3 licking which Notre Dame's famed Four Horsemen inflicted on its football team in 1924. Still more...