Klotsche reflects on the importance of UWM by UW-Milwaukee Archives published on 2016-09-16T15:35:10Z "I remember so well a conversation with our milkman. We were living on Hampshire Avenue at the time. The milkman who used to deliver milk to us at the house said one morning to me, "This is a great day for my family because I've got six children and I couldn't afford to send any of them away to college. I'd like all of them to go to college. The possibility now is here for this to happen." I think that incident impressed upon me the fact that something really significant had happened when UWM was created. When the milkman said, “Well, now my children are going to have a chance to go to college, this is an opportunity that I never had." This recording is an excerpt of an interview with Chancellor Emeritus Joseph Martin Klotsche, which is part of the UWM Oral History Project.