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Hollinger, Bockman, Mark, Dufour. White
Tatar. Orwicz, Meyer, Weinwurm, Ullock, Seeley, Adair, Bailey
Whitehill, Beck, Lovejoy, Kraus. Armit, Deutch, Perry, Novitsky, Luth. Geiger
Glover, Chiappe, Berman, Zimmerman, Schenk, Clement, Pollock
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American lnstitute of Chemical Engineers
Isador A. Deutch. . . ..... ........ P resident
james S. Perry ..... . . . Vice-President
Leon S. Kraus ....... . .. ,..... Trcasiirer
Edward A. Armit ............. ......... . S'ecreIa.ry
Professor Harry McCormack .... . . .Faculty Advisor
Since the organization of the Beta Chapter of the American Institute of
Chemical Engineers at Armour Institute in the fall of l923, it has made its
strong purpose to secure as many speakers, prominent in the Chemical Profes-
sion, as possible. A list of those men who have addressed the Chapter within
the last academic year follows :-
Prof. Harry McCormack, of Armour Institute, "Of'f0rf1uzifics for Clzcm-
VVilliam Hoskins, of Mariner X Hoskins, "Tile Outlook for Cllcmisfs and
Otto Eisenschimel, of The Scientific Oil Compounding Co., 'liC11c'I7I'ISf7'1X' as
a Birxizwss Carri'r."' l
Carl S. Miner, of The Miner Laboratories, "F111'f1n'al--T110 Story Of an
Dr. David Klein, of the IYilson Laboratories, HGIUIIIIIJKII' Tlzrrczfv-x'."'
Albert R. Brunker, of the Liquid Carbonic Co., "Er1'zrrati011."
Prof. Benjamin B. Freud, of Armour Institute, "Thr CIIVUYIIIIKIT Prcrcfts
of H10 Clzruziral Ellt1IIIt't'VllItY P1'0fv.v.vi0-zz."
J. C. Ingram, of the Cealite Products Co., "Tim Svlrrfiou and Of'r7'az'i011 of
lValter B. Brown, Vice-President of the Victor Chemical IVorks, "Phos-
phate in the Food Ina'ustry."
F. E. Gardner, President of the Gardner-Barada Chemical Co., "Et'ary-
day Opporfznzifivs for the Clzcmical El1fll1ICC7'.,"
The first social affair of the year was a Smoker given at the Phi Pi Phi
I-Iouse on the Evening of December 17, l924. The entertainment of the
evening was furnished by Professor Wallace' B. Amsbary. the "rubber apron"
Armour Orchestra, and the Chemical Engineering Glee Club.
On Wfednesday evening, April 22nd, The Armour Branch revived an old
tradition by holding a banquet at the City Club. In recent years it has been
neglected but due to the general enthusiasm, it has been decided to have one
such event each year in the future. The attendance was large and included a
number of professors and alumni.
Our Hnzzzirrd Ttwzify
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Fire Protection Engineering Society
james A. Davidson ...... ....... ...... P 1 'csidmlf
S. Joseph McLaren, Jr.. . . . .Vice-P1'rs1'dc11.f
Richard E. Freeman .... .... S rrrctarj'
Carl G, Miller ............ ............,......... T l'L'U51ll't'l'
The Fire l'rotection Engineering Society is individual in that it is the only
organization of its kind in the United States, for the Armour Institute of
Technology is the only college which maintains a course in Fire Protection
Engineering. The spirit of the society is another novel feature for in no other
department are the men going thru their college life with a common bond.
The activity of the society was relatively small due to the protracted illness
of Professor Finnegan, who heads the department and acts as Faculty Advisor.
Thru the enforts of Professor Nelson the society has been able to hear several
prominent men. Some of these were Chief Arthur F. Seyferlich of the Chicago
Fire Department, Messrs. E. XY. Hotchkiss, R. Vernor, Harry Rogers,
XYellington R. Townley. Frank H. Jones, Benjamin Richards, Robert
Foloney and ll. R. XYesley. These talks given by such men inspire the students
to noble endeavors in their life work for which they are making preparation at
Cn the evening of March 6th the society staged its annual smoker at the
Theta Xi Fraternity House. That evening will never be forgotten by those
who attended. There were the customary eats and smokes but the entertain-
ment is what made the affair unique. In reality, the men entertained them-
selves, for the house was transformed into a miniature Monte Carlo. Since
imitation money was used. there was some excuse for the surprising display
of extreme lavishness and prodigality.
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