Bio: Badzinski, Bill (Senior Profile – Apr 1967)


Surnames: Badzinski

----Source: THORP COURIER (Thorp, Clark County, Wis.) 06 Apr 1967

What is Polish and has chase-in-boys as a favorite food? Yes, there is such a fellow! His name is William Badzinski, better known as Bill.

Bill is a senior at Thorp and has been quite active during all four years of high school. He has participated in intramural basketball and has been a member of the FFA. Seventeen years of experience have made an expert outdoorsman of Bill. Being born on July 8th, 1949, he has spent much of his past time either hunting, hiking or trapping out of doors. Bill seems to be spending his time wisely because his future plans are concerned with the field of conservation.

This brown eyed, brown haired you man has definite favorites in almost everything. As for colors, orange ranks high on his list. Bill’s pop song specialty reflects to us possible poor luck at time, “This Just Doesn’t Seem to be My Day.” His special saying also has a message for everyone to heed, “If you build a glass house, you don’t need no window (a double negative means they do need windows, good thinking!). Peronal advice to under classmen reveals clever thinking, “Don’t smoke, it stunts your grows.” We doubt any smoking, but one cannot look his size, 5’1”, 98 lbs.



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