Arsenal Technical High School - Arsenal Cannon Yearbook (Indianapolis, IN)

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' 'f"Q-4- -. 1- r .3-1L""ff 5 " '4 . sf ' ". r' - " 'I v' Q Bla- ?' 1, 1. S ,,,-'iii' A A ,ff .Sufi Q L "of 943' ' sz ' 1 fafgfiai' , W 'H i ' . ,'2.'rr7iv"a 5' 'Sf A . 1 5 .Q YA --li ..f:!,YE'i' v ' Flmsrazzn' 01' Leizmillg' The Ar enal Tevhnical choolu Where a Seventy-.'ix-lci'e Uanlpuv l'ruvid0.' an Ideal Work 'hop for Four Thousand 'Pa-n-ilga-l'.' Crzxsrs 'I'.xKl-:ns all over the eountrv agree two to one that no other sehool has a campus as large as '1'eeh's seventy-six aeres. Batter upl Believe it or not. besicles the regular elass builcl- ings, Teeh has everything from a baseball cliamoncl and a staclium seating' over seven thousand to a sehool garrlen ancl a five-aere Nature l'reserve. No other sehool can make that state- ment. The l'reserve has -L28 speeies ot' trees. shrubs, anll herbs. The olclest tree on the eampus, about 5500 years olrl. began growing' about the time the l'ilgrims were learning' about eorn from the Inclians at Plymouth Rock. Ut' the ten builmlings eonstruetecl cluring the periocl of time that the grounds were a liIlltL'll States Arsenal. six have been eonvertecl into elass lmilclings. Five ot' the thirteen elass builcl- ings are eenterefl arountl the stuclent quaclrangle where the olcl otliee usecl to be situaterl. In 1862. the grouncls were purehasecl with the purpose ot' establishing' a lvniteml States Arsenal. This was a first-elass Arsenal during' the Vivil anfl Spanish-,Xmeriean lYars. It was rated as thircl elass in peaeetime. The .Xrsenal remainecl until the year 19025 when the Government cleeiclecl to abamlon it and to establish Fort Benjamin Harrison. Late afternoon shadows on the entranee to Treadwell llall make a beautiful picture. long to be remembered by Tec-ll graduates. -3- A favorite walk in spring when tlle forsytllia and lilac bushes and the pear trees are in bloom borders the 'trlille-ry Building. -,Q-4' if .. v-' ' ,If ,.-1' . pm' If ' " ,' nfl, ' 4 on 4, A" X W- Jim, o . .. X 44 Treadwell Hall, which was originally called the Main Building, was renamed in honor of the first commandant of the Arsenal. 1. Hb., Y: .N W . 'fiqxri " PBA' , t if f ff' 3 . if I ,r N -rx, NX N inf XhVllll1'l'lllllf' luring- zu new look to the campus. Trees steel themselves for Homeward hound young Techites trurlge energetically llu- wintry lnlu-t which leaxv- the-m part of a winter wonderland. through the W'oodruFl' Place gate in the snow. -,1,- 1 4 I 1 1 1 1 1 l l 1.1 -1- i, ,l v Z' Hilo H. Stuart N11-morial Hall was l1uilt to l111n11r Tech! first prim-ipal. ln tl11- Towc-r are the W'illiams murals and I'Lll'lll0ll. . ,- -H43 I-r Q '4 ff . J ,- . 4--S ' .. 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H11 1111111ls l11'1111g'l1'1 H1011 111111-111-s :11111 1111- 111111l11111's. 'llllL'l'L' w1-1'1- 511 lllillly S1lllll'l'ClS 1111 H11- 1-1111111115 H1211 11111-11 w1'i111115 H11 "Hour YQ," 'l'1-1-11's firsf 1111111-1-, 5111111-111s g':11'1- H11 sq11i1'1'cls :1 l1v-l1111- 1111111-1' H11- 111111-Q rllll 15111 11111- illl -zt 111 H11- 1:1sl111111s 111 H11- 1l2l.Y. 1111' Q'Il'lN 111111- lllllly 1s1x :1111 gg 1 ' ' 1 1.: - 111.1- 11 in. Frum tln- 111-at wing of Stuart llalll. 11111- gvt- il l1ir1l-'-1-y1- 111-ww of quarlrunglv walk llllt'l'!l'l'll0Ili. 5 - 5? x f xi vp., ni.: Vik' ff W ff" I af-. The Shop Building houses the Power Plant, two girls' gyms, shops, the chemistry and physics laboratories. A landmark on the campus is the old coltonwood tree near the walk from the Arsenal to the Artillery Building. During the first four years of the school, Tech students and faculty lived under a cloud of uncertainty. VVhen the Winona Technical Institute had failed, many who had helped buy the Arsenal from the government wanted the grounds divided and sold as city lots so they could get their money back. When Technical High School opened, lllr. Stuart thought that the disposition of the grounds would be settled by November, but four Novembers passed before, on llflay 22, 1916, the Indiana State Supreme Court decided to give a perpetual deed to the grounds to the Board of School Commissioners. hir. Stuart named this day "Supreme Day." That spring, lllr. Stuart left lllanual to devote his full time to Tech. Ilnder the skillful guidance of hir. Stuart, from 1912 until 1930, the Arsenal Technical Schools grew to an enrollment of five thousand four hundred and twenty-one. That year of 1930 lllr. Stuart accepted the position of assistant superintendent of public schools in charge of secondary education. llfr. DeWitt S. Morgan, who was Tech's first vice-principal, took hir. Stuart's place. He, in turn, was appointed, in 1937, superin- tendent of the Indianapolis public schools, and lllr. Hanson H. Anderson, then vice-principal and one of the original eight Tech teachers, was made principal. Tech, the School of Tomorrow, has had only three principals in its history, and all three have grown up with the school. hir. Stuart and hir. Anderson were members of the first faculty in 1912 and lllr. lllorgan arrived in 1916. -6- The- old YY:-st H1-sitlvlwv houses the l'ublivutions oflivvs uncl tht- Social Svrwivc' tlvpurtlnvnt. , fn'-. ,va ' A shadow creeps avross the Boys' Gymnasium. signifying tho 1-nfl of anotlu-r pvrfevt day of work and play on thc' vznnpus. Truly a ln-uuliful sight! . g ,,, .b Y s? 1 I c v ' ' v ' l"fx" I x 4 .xl g li: "'?"s':'?i T I' niytxxris 'll 3 Lil' 3' 7 ,fn ' 'T L L 14' , mb' -. fb - 4' ,aan A study in vontrasts is shown as the slnol-u'stzlc'lx null The-ir lust vlnssvs ou-r. stuclvnts arc- vaught lvzning thc- grounfls past lln- liltlv shops arm- silhouette-fl against a twilight horizon. Guard House- of flixil Whr :lays and through the Nlivhigan Str:-vt gate-. ., 1 I 1 ' H 1, Ar 1 I H H A I A A I A I- V I A A L A A A inn-.i..,..,., -,...................1-....-..-,.. of-as t a -I it A :A A ,4 io 1 i n 1 I I A - . 0411, .un-- . lt's a "Buttons and Bows" parade for Carolyn Schwab, Phyllis Toller, Marilee Garland, Jo Rita Perry, and Joan Trueblood. itll zi broad smile Ellen Ashby aevept r typing award from Hr. F. Gillespie. In pring o Teohite' Fenoy TURNS TO . . . Athletio Banquets, Alumni Aiiairs, Honor Assemblies, ooreme llay, Inspection, Blass llays, Commencement Aetivities, and Love Barbara Thompson, Judith Yvalker. and Jo Rita Perry are ready for their walk down the ramp. Principal H. H. Anderson reads names and honors of those winning commercial awards and those earning vocational certificates during a special assembly in May. -' School l'on1lnissiom-rs of flu- cily of Imlizumpolis. was xliviclcrl SPRING is tlw cvnfor of au-fivily for ull inlmlritzuits of 'l'vcl1 town. .xSSL'lllilliL'S, Supremo Daly. tlic .Xnmml l'cmlvr:1l li U l C Inspcvfion, flu' ull-scliool Spclling Mufcli, :mal flu- "SliL'ti'll' book," not lo mcnfion flu- nanny scnior zlclivitios, :lrv sonic ol' flxc nmlior vwnts. Last spring flu' Homo l'il'0llOIlllCS Slvlv Sliow, talk ol' slu- mlonfs :mal tcm-lu-rs illllilh cllsplzlyccl flu' lzllcsl in mlm-ss, suit. ' 'lll2ll, zlml Cilhillill Wvzll' in flu' production ol' sfylo mul ncccllv :llmilif-Y. 'l'Iw "Buttons :uul Bows" slmw was lll'0Sl'Ill'l'll lll'l.Ul'l' :ui zlfli'zu'fivc lJIlCliQ'l'0llllll., lnslnonvcl ln' flu' i5l2lQ,fUl'l'2lll' class. Su 7l'L'lllC Day, May 22. c'cloln':1ful 1 ull u u vnu 1910 in olms0l'x':1m'0 of flic Slllll'L'lIl0 fourl clccision wliicli :ultima-im-fl 'flu cxvcution of flu- titlv of tlw .Xrwiml groumls to thi lioucl ol info tln-vc pzlrfs. llonoi' ll:1x'cxcl'c'iscs worn'liclxli11orrlc1'logix'c l'CCOg'llltl0ll lo tlmsc wlio lmcl won llCIHll'lllIL'lll'2ll llUllUl'S tlll'Oll.Lfll0lll flu- sclmnl Vczu' :xml to scniors who llzul won loin- lllL'IlCClll0Ill ll0llOl'S :mil wllo llzul 1'ccc1x'c1l collcgc sr-Imlm-Sli I . rw' HTH i Lai I A. I 'l lic fil'2ll.lSlllilll Guild cxliilmiis wore 111-:lily zu'l'z1l1ggg0cl in clisplzly Mf"1"1"'2'fl "lHW'- 'li5l'li'?"" llwif .i4'W'lf! H' UH' 43"Hfl-'INN' cases mul ropcrl-oil' portions in Sfuzlrf Hull fowor. rl'L'Cll ,Xllmmi Guild "xhilm in S"H"" Hull' S"'m""" Dui' Daly inclurloil il mlinncr. lmusim-ss IIlL'CllI1IL1', lJl'0g'l'2llIl. :mil El clzmcv. l'o1' 'tliosc lmoys :xml girls lllillllllllg :1 voczlfioiiul C2ll'CCl' ai special zlsscnilzlj' was lwlxl lzlfc in lllc SClll0Sl'L'l' to lll'0SCIll vocal- timml CCl'lil'll'illL'S :incl mmm-mls to 'fllosc wllo lizul cfwm-ml SlllilClL'llJf c1'c1li'fs in tllL'll' Special ficlcls of cml0zu'o1'. Q 5 K -I '95 , It ' - i:E:Q Iss! l ' AIG! -1 i 71, 1 Chairs. table-s. lumps. and olhc-r urlivla-5 in-rv :I pnrl o m-all H4-tal Trad:-N class rliaplay for lln- guild. li lhe' 1 Nvalr tha- NVQ--I l!1'5illQ'lll'l' thc- Kirplalm- Shop rli-playa-fl an moflvl airplane- wilh il running motor RIN purl of il- SlllH'l'llIl' Daly 4-xhihilion. ' . . YTTQJJ 1 ' . I f i d'1'1a:1'A'g1 X - MDW' +4 l il- 4! f,w?1'.l iwlmfiir The- Building Trade--. wilh an art display al- il lmrkgrouml. shown-fl furniture- and houw vonslruvlion mode-I-. ' '--Q-..-, ,. , , l 71 s,5fY"lQ' ! .ef ,U it. ig . Q v i. , It S I4 5 , F. gf, a - I 1 1 - Q ' f Q i t v "Y l X Q sl lhtf ,.. - ,I A --gli Tech is host to Indiana High School Student Council delegates at its annual convention. Miss Mary Palmer. exchange teacher from England, chats with Hr. Anderson and Hr. Kettery at a tea given in her honor. tk c' , my Ci v X i X X 3 1 f X25 1 ' Athletic Director Dagwell and Principal H. H. An- derson enjoy Gene Kelly's 'gflasey at the Bali' at the basketball and wrestling banquet. TURNS TO . . Wisiting Fireman" 1'lAC'H YEAR Arsenal Tech is host to visitors from far and near. For many, it is their first visit, and they are amazed at the size of the school, its com- prehensive curriculum, and its variety of campus activities. Guests on the campus include speakers for assemblies, delegates to con- ferences, and others just anxious to see the school. Through these visitors new friends are made, for every member of Techtown feels that his is the privilege to be host to callers at the school. This past year guests have included the old campus favorites, the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra. Several publications staffs have toured the oiiices of the ARSENAL CANNON -Southport, Crispus Attucks, and Manual Training high schools. Although alumni drop in during the year, the Tech Alumni Association's annual get-together on Supreme Day brings back hundreds of graduates to renew old friendships and to make new ones. Fifteen members of Perry News stall' from Southport visit the Cannon office with their sponsor, Miss Marie Fraser. -10- g11'l 111 1110 s0111111' 0111ss wl111s0 l1L'1'NU11fl1 011211711 101'1s110s 111111 s0l11111l 1'0l11111111sl1111s gin- 0111101 11111111111111 111101'0s1 111 11111110111 11101l1111ls 111' 111111 11'-1 sa 'ku- J I 4 .i . ,,1 1111 II111 Nl 1111111 YY11110. lgilllll 111r00111r. l'Illl15 M1111 U ' - 111 lflllllllill Alumni Ass111'111111111 1111111 1111-ir 110111-111 1-11r11 pznrly. 111-rs1111 N'1N'll 1110 lgilllil plugs fur .-xlllllllli nig . I1 11ls11 s1-1001s 11110 s1100111l 111111111111 Zlllll 111151101 1 -- 1 -1 . 1 1 . - 11. 1 ' . Ass111'lz111111l 5' 1 1 1 ' t' 1 111' 2l1l'l'0ll1l1l 11L'X'L'l0111l1CIl1f. 1xI1O111Cl' YL'1'y 1101110 g'1'111111 1s 1110 .X11s1-:N.11. , . . . . ld C.1NN11x ,xlllllllll ,Xss110111111111, I110.. 11111011 110 ls 11s 111111 il 52.500 s0l111l111'sl1111 1-IIIIK1. 111101'0s1 111' 11111011 will 11s 111's1 1111101101111 111 1927. 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Al- 1 rs. 1111r1s1i110 ,111r111111. 1111111-rl 11. xx'1li1l'. 111111 Miss l111rg11r1'1 111l1lIllll11ll 111' 1111 4... s ,fir Q P' The sun shines down upon the football field as the troops come marching in with the hand, sponsors, and majorettes. TURNS T0 . . The Annual ll.0.'I'.C. In peotion "K14:1f:P Yorn CHIN VP, old boy. You know who's watching you?" said a cadet to himself as he passed the reviewing stand where the top brass stood. Governor Shricker, lllayor Feeney, General Crittenherger, a couple of lmrigadier generals, two or three colonels, some lieutenant colonels, a captain, and coin- manders of the lllilitary Urder of VVorld lVars were all watching the Federal Inspection of Techls R.U.T.C. The boys didnlt need to he worried, though. They won national honor rating for the 27th consecutive JEllllC, headinfr 6 .ff . . all high schools in the llnited States. Rach year that the Tech lvnit wins national honor rating, a red star is placed on a VT" banner attached to the school flag. Lending sparkle and color to the Inspection, Tech's four new sponsors made their initial appearance. Four lively 1ll2Lll01'OttCS, the drum major, and the ,nw 'mm fulml mminn in lmwom the nm and wmml bat Band sporting' brand new uniforms helped to highlight the , , K , . A - Ialion- lu-mls a bil of color lo thc serious affair. Clily. A 'fl - 12 - Na-ur lhv rc-sim-ning stand s0llN' uf tho Top Brass salulc- as llw Color Guard passes. Pvt. Kc-nnvth Summers rvc'c'iw's lhv lnvflal as thc- outstanding Private- from James Sh-wart. A Y r L 'i ,LY-Q v., D Nl .Pkr':"..1 . . ,, x .-, - M..-s, ,ul N .QF LQ, 4 Us ,M . --. W14l"'1: A : Q. ig.. . lr- .-.,. i -i X .,.,v, 'F' " , gf- P.,-,A PU. H4-Nor Garvin. uinm-r of the' kmwknul drill. rvm-in-s his awarzl from Carl Gale-s. j I tl 1 -pw '5?i.g'h' ,, -A N N L The in , .u .- - - .1 . L .Af ff- 4.14 'htfltf-: "Y, yi-L nf, 'K TW ,' -.. r fs-" w,- v, 'Q 4. ov, if ,v .P ' ha" 'avbvvfly U45 A.-1 5' R.0.T.C. unit marches snappily Ivy the rf-vivwing slam The Top Brass troop the lines with Col. Ha-Dmwll. -xl' r N4 N' . 4 1 , v r. 1 149 TURNS T0 . Dunning Uap and Gown l'lv1':nY DIAY it,s the same way. Like a steam roller the grads-to-be make a mad dash toward Liberty Grove for their annual picnic, one of the many Class Day activities. "" i The "1"orty-ninersi' called it 'tUld Settler's Day." It included the Senior Torch presenta- tion, a stage show, and square dancing when the guys rolled up their jeans and the gals let down their hair. Earlier in the year was Senior Convocation. Senior Sacrifice Day found many hungry "Color-YVearers." Supreme Day came and went. Then, a respectful silence told that the upperclassmen were at Yespers. It seemed strange that these quiet, dignified young people were the same gay picknickers of the week he- fore. Finally, Commencement and Prom came, and then their days at Tech were over. Typical of the hundreds of happy seniors is Ann Garrison, beaming as she greets her family with her hands filled with gifts from friends. Seniors really enjoyed promenading and sunning themselves at their annual picnic in Liberty Grove, Class Day, last May 18. Robert Nuhre. carrying the banner of the 1949 seniors, smiles as he leads them in on that big day for Commencement exercises. Senior sponsors. Mr. Peterson, and Mr. Anderson wend their may across the football field before the exercises begin. -14- IJS? :IJ ...S if 5 5 ,X L x VX X yllirw i 5eij'Q, iw' --14 - 'rvf-1'r"""" " l pr As the sun is sinking in ilu- vu-sl. Prirwipal Anrlvrfnn reads the nanws of Ilia- 803 June- grufluulc'-. 4 1'-!"2t Svniors in a l'l'Yl'l't'lll moucl murrll 0 Ye-an-rs 1 E - - . , mos l,. Boron givv lllv inuwation. arlflrc-sa. lllv lwln-flirliml. Ono lligllliglll of S1-niur Day was llll' passing of lln- 51-nior Torvll from Rll'll2lFll SlillIfl1'lfl tu ,loan Huy. l urollly l,uNlx livanl- al- -luv l'1'I'l'lN4'N In-r -pon-or room sliplmnu- lll'llIll ,l. Hui:-!l1I l,4'll'I'50ll while- Dun Nuvlilmr Cl:-fll uml lfcl l.cmvry fright? u.nl1-ll. -1.3- Exeited lines of seniors gather at the Bookstore to purchase announeements. making graduation seem closer. Yfilliam Rothkopf enjoys a lollypop as he chats with Janet Wray and Joyce Shipp at the senior picnic. --Q Z ,4. r. 1 . fm., 1' 0 llarold liussa-ll. assembly speaker, talks with Robert Dufek., Philip Smith. john llawthorne, and Thomas Markey. T 4 1 , s V X. i ,A 1- ' .- v--Q, I . , au. ...... , .. Clapping their hands in rhythm seniors enjoy a round TURNS T0 . . Glas llay Fun and Play Day Hump Eviznr CLASS has its day, planned by a committee and carried out by its members. Signs decorate the campus weeks ahead, telling the news of the big day to come. This is a lively celebration when class members meet together to get acquainted and to have a good time. "Fun,, is the slogan and "Do it togetheri, is the motto! Freshmen had a mixer earlier in the year when they danced to the music of the band and even tried their skill at directing. Then came the "Follies,, when the beginners exhibited their talents. Sophomores jumped right in with an afternoon dance in the Boys, Gymnasium, reigned over by a king and queen. Junior Day celebration, including a dance and a picnic at the ovens, was highlighted by the election of a torch bearer who later accepted the senior torch from the outgoing grad- uate bearer. Seniors skipped through an old-fashioned round of square dancing in the girls, gymnasium with a picnic in the Grove as part of their Class Day celebration. Girls' Play Day came when girls participated in a sched- uled day of activity. Twelvc-membered relay teams competed on the track as well as did 50- and T5-yard dash competito1's. High jumpers tried to go over that always 1'ising stick with- out dragging that extra foot behind to pull it down. In the girls' gym other competition was going on in the form of ping pong and badminton. Blue and red ribbons were the awards for the lucky winners. Activity points were gathered to count toward recognition o11 Honor day. Then came the final senior aitairs, brimful of thrills and excitement: with Vespers, Connnencement, and the Senior Prom completing the bustle of activity highlighting the spring days of WL9. -16- ,A-J" 4 ,in -Qi: AJ 1-IWQTK-It-1' ' V-.' . .Q LEAP.-W ...rx-r' .wa -- 2 av 5.-A -, --gf" 'W 1' 'dn ' .- Vx -.-'. - 5' 4' .fC- - g ,Z Y, i - L, -A-7,-. I Ji .1 x Ulu 5'lU1U"' 'l1"N'i"3- It's Play Day for the girlsg high .illlllllPl'S try to go over the top as 4-onipvlitors clu-vr thvm If 1 I I t. v X. Pa If Ping pong.. lmflininton. :intl shufilv lmurcl vmnpvlilion uri- purl nl' lhc- Plan Day zwtisilivs which are-1-urrix-cl on in thc- Girls' gflllllilillllll. N 9-sg.-'- -015 -Q 4. H.: .3 . - if' in u-W " .Q , .. -.- ' ' -1 un- as r 5 ,4, 5.3.4 - -r L3 I s4q --Q- 5 gut -ini -"Q, , - il --- - .. ' -- r "."-"p' ' its ff:1'g1- 'L-.-l""!m.a llarilcefiarlamland W'illiam Evan- arvvrowm-fl Thi- truvk is an busy slr:-uni of lrnliiv as lha- girl r-mile-mlvn hun :nrnunel king and que:-n at sophomore Class Day. in thc' 50- and T5-yard ll2lSll. while- final le-:uns pas- lhe- ftivk. Future draftsmen checking their blueprints are fleft to rightj David Robb. James Tnpper, Robert Durbin, and Donald Clements in one of the many classes offered in Techis Evening School. At ight Hou ahold Art 4 CC 'il Q.-A1 1 A q Y' v ,,.,,..... Printing is one of the many classes that attract women. In the press room of the Shop Building Miss Martha J. Lillion learns how to op- erate a vertical miterer and saw from Mr. Floyd Billing- ton, instructor. Mrs. John W'oerner is becoming efficient in the use of the sewing machine as she zips up a seam. 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Gorman, summer school principal, and a group of new enrollees. -F W- - 0Ie ummerlime When i'l,IIllllIlliS .lSi'l9llIllllF at Twill In't,oad ol the Swimmin' Iloli- l,n:n'1' C'U'l"l'0N clollics rt-plzlcc llic eau' nnilfs nnrl slaulnnn liools wlncli licflecli llic WllllfL'l' scliool pupils when snnnnci' sl-liool opens nl Tut-li. Nol only Tccliiles lllli sevciuil lnnnlrccl pupils from ollici' liigll scliools ol' llic eily tonic lo llie il0WL'l"lll0OIlliHg' cznnpus lo innllc up cxlrn crcclils oi' lo lnlw sonic ol llic "re- qui1'ecls" mluving' llic sunnnci' session. Full crcllil is ggiwiiilcml for sinnnici' work lmecnuse nn enlirc SCIIICSJKCIJS work is Cl'illIllllCll inlo llic clzlily lwo clock-lioin' class periods. l'lvC1'ylliing froin lyping. ziczulcinic linglisli, xnnlli. liislory. z111zllz111U'iiz1g'eslonnisicnncl pliysicnl filness is zmiilnlmlc lo lliosc Z5 V wlio Colne lo slufly froni ciglil 'lil noon. 1'llCll il's oll' lo llic pool :incl golf course for pupil nncl lczlclioi' alike. i' - ,-i' +,-Q.. ,f ' -.- . . ga . Out on the plaza to talk things over and get an little lun In-fa starting the at-eoml vlass period eonu- Hr. Janie- file-wart the lc-ft. Miss Vunee Harm-r, Hrs. liurlmru Us-airing. His- jenn Wells. Mr. Louis Allen. Mrs. Ethel H1-lntoxh. Nli-- llulej M1-llrlellllall. and Miss Hattie Krueger. At lunchtime. members of the office force enjoy the Quadrangle where the close-cropped grass spreads cool and gru- 11- '--.- ' 'AA---1.A- 2.50-sq. Q.-v . i5NNbU"" . - -' . 'fa' - X i D. 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Drcsscd in thcir slllll- 4 mcr garb and rclaxcd aftcr thcir vacation thc old and ncw fac- ulty mcmln-rs mcl in thc Forum for thc first rcgular fall nu-cling to hcar a bricf addrcss by llr. H. H. Andcrson. prin- cipal. at which llllll' hc grcctcd thc rc- turning me-mbcrs of thc faculty and wcl- J comcd the ncwly ap- pointcd ones to T4-ch. qx , f Q 'lll'ill'lIt'l'5 from thc cnlirc school city incl at 'l'cch wha-rc lhcy loadcd on spccial huscs to xisil industrial plants throughout thc city. 'l'o ici-xiii' ovci' foul' thousand stnclcnts on thcii' tot-s and to guido thcii' cdncational stndics 'll-ch has 235 nu-n and woincn insti'uctoi's and ovci' 15 ofiicc workcrs. Inclnclcrl in this staii' arc tivc vicc-1mrincipals. a flcan and ilsslsiilllt dcan of girls, twcnty hcamls ot' clcpartincnts. cig'l1tflii'cctoi's ot spcclal activitics, and the school scci'ctai'y. logcthci' thcy hancllc thc cnorinons task of sctting' up classcs and corrclating a wholc school lll'UQ'l'2llll for thc inorc than four thousand stndcnts of 'l'cch. The faculty startcd its scincstci' oft a wt-ck carly this past fall whcn it asscinhlcd Monday in thc l'lUl'lllll to hi-ai' a wclconiing' address hy l'i'incipal ll. H. .Xndci'son. 'l'ncs' day thc tcachcrs of thc cntirc Indianapolis school systcin nict at Tcch to hcai' plans for visiting thc city indiistrial organizations. lVcdncsday was Nlinsincssslinliistrys s lidlication Day," which proved to hc onc of thc most intcr- csting of the wccls for sonic 2.500 tcachcrs. .Xt thc invita- tion ot' the cillilllllwl' of l'onnnci'cc all tcachcrs wc-nt on an all-day' toni' of sonic onc lninclrcd firins tlll'UllQ'llUllt thc city. l,l'CCOtlll1g' tours tcachcrs inct at the 'll-ch Ciyin to scc an inchistrial inoyic. 'l'lnn'sclay and l"i'iday 'll-ch tcaclicrs coniplctcd sponsor rooni work and attcndccl clcpartincntal incctings. R. -UL A favorite place to stop and chat is the office where the faculty gather around their boxes before and after school. ezuwers Are l'1?Ill00' in tffH0'L'HfS ' fllillds 5' the Llghiel' fide They Mow at Times One of the busiest persons in school is Vice-Principal C. L. Is this a new way of explaining balance and proportion? Engraved in McClintock. especially at the beginning of each semester students' minds will always be the little side tricks of Mr. W. R. Krick- when it's one of his duties to revise programs. enberger who adds spice to math by his lively actions. id S'-4 :X V KL "Can you do Illia?" asks Mr. S. li. Essig as lu- Hr. Clmrlm C. Marlin. foumlvr of tha- T1-4-I1 Hrs. Nl. Johnston. -1-hool nnr-1-. 1l1'Ill0llSll'lIi4'5 'lib lllilgll' art ziftvr vlan. L1-gion. l'lll'l'liS his list of IIZIIIIUH with pins. ll2ll.1'lll'5 up one- of lu-r pntis-nl-. 'l'Hlf: "l'1co1vl4:sso11s" 21111 :1lw:1ys 11-1111-111lw1'1-ml for flu- "oll11-1' liftlv . ,, . . . flnnggs llxcy clo. .X .yolw o1'lwoll11'1m'n ln I11-1115 lo 1'1-I11-vu lluf clrug of slccp wlwn co11f1'o11'fcrl with ill! L'2ll'l.V lllilflllllg' claus. .Xu o1-1':1Nio11:1l explosion in 'flmc "Mom splillixlgu flL'lHll'lIllClll is l2llii'll ilw il l11:1f'r1-1' Ul'COlll'sC by llw 11x11lc1'sla111cli11g''11-111-lu-1's. 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Sc-atcfl Like an lll0llll'l' lu-n with lu-r vllivln Wli-N Surn ff. lining urounfl il talrlv in a lllvilblllll vornvr arm- Hof! to rightj: wvlff'-l,l'ill1'ill2llS gutlu-rs In-r "M-1-onel ge-m-ration" 4-hilclrvn about In-r an -ln- ll. llarolfl Wialtvr and Dale- F. Griffin with A. fl. Borvn. instructor in points out tllvir pare-nh alle- lm, haul in ln-r roll room. llu' Auto Shop. l 1 nga, ,..' 1,7 P . ,. .wg N A '- '-"-"B-as-NA. ,N U , Zi!-1, i""1'4f'-P251 .xii . CAMPIY A A LABOIlA'I'0liY .1 .n'fr""' - . , I .4 1' V, ,N J , , ' - '53 , "':lHg:4 3 L -,Vbf 1.. 5-174-, V i 'Q x , , 4 K 2 1 ' ' " ,si p,. f - Cffs' Q w. 'Ish'- Taking advantage of the natural settings, students of Miss lone Hirselfs art class make sketches of buildings and scenes. 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A , . . 4 'FW 4 1 as Yu ' .5 W ., i 8 , - ' f' . , ,r ' , . b Y' , I 'ry i n- - 1 -. V ,Rx I X ,Q E N , ' 11731 as Q A ' -. , Y ,M - , ,. . Q, ,ff ,ff .'. " p I 1 .,, ,Z - , S' 1 1. 45 1 1 ' 0 -1. . " an Q f I 1 W 1 I' .'s. S 1 .S hgf,-I fbi" ,L ,AE Xt fl 5.1. "4 ' . .521 Efflfj .tl J q-1 aj I 'J 3-it '- V' - -' fu- 1. ya ' . Q"-' 4' a -- 'r . w .F 1 'W"'.4 ati 1 l y ' LA 1 ' ' RADIO CLUB-Listening to other amateurs on the short wave radio receiver are John Durham, Robert Batts, William Thompson, and Jerald Schwomeyer, while Eugene Dobbs and Mr. Carold Bramblett, sponsor, adjust the transmitter. CL B ARE I Ullllllll Fllll Extra-Curricular C0 Ulllll JIIIER Axiom: 'rH1c BIANY extra-curricular clubs on the campus every pupil should be able to find one to his liking. lilost clubs are the outgrowth of the curriculum and are organ- ized along a democratic basis. Clubs promote the interest and increase the knowledge of the student. And what bet- ter way to "win friends and influence peoplea' than by belonging to one or more of these groups? There is a grand total of sixteen clubs from which to choose, ranging from the oldest which are the Latin and the Nature Study clubs, to the youngest which are the Tech Twisters and the Future Teachers of America. There is also the Student Affairs Organization which has a representative group of one hundred and fifty inelnbers. Club inenibership helps round out the student's school life. lllany pupils find that belonging to one club is enough, while others take pleas- ure in belonging to three or four. NATURE STUDY CLUB-Bottom Row Cleft to rightj: Rosavie Barr, Sharon Harvey, Dorothy Rentro, Phyllis Bowden, Joanne Coffal, Rita Murray, Joanne Cameron, Marsha Sipl, Joyce Willianls, Carolyn Stevens, Roberta Wallace. Second Row: Evelyn Herring, Carol Beall, Barbara McDonald, Barbara Faucett, Virginia Taylor., Kathryn Tracey, Don Rosemeyer, president, Dixie Allred, vice-president, Helen Hensley, treasurer, Joyce Slack, secretary, Virginia Campbell, Jerry Scott, Jimmie Heidleberger, Clayton Kinser, Harold Stroup. Third Row: Mrs. Avo Hadley, Shirlie Freije, Norma Ray, Jo Ann Parker, Marcia Morris, Nancy M. Pearson, Patricia Letner, Mary Martha Curd. Dorothy Sevenish, Margaret Fuller, John Kraft, Frankie Stankovick, Raymond Smith. Fourth Row: Cherie Enyart, Susan Murphy, Betty Babrick, Charlotte Myers, Hazel Knoop, Mary Kraft, Roberta Crose, Joan McCabe, Dorothy Balt, Marilyn Schowengerdt, Carolyn Cook, James Hopkins, Robert Carver, Tom Drake. Top Row: Mr. Howard Cook, sponsor, Dr. C. F. Cox, head of Botany depart- ment, Don Moore, Robert Hartenstein, Merwyn Harsh, Harry Krueckeberg, Ronald Sims, James Cox, James Bradburn, Maurice Fultz, Richard Cosset, John Rodoeker, John Hamilton, Bill Bozell, Milton Evans. LATIN lil.l'B-Bolton: Row Cleft to rightlz ,loyee Dennis. Phyllis Bissell. Uraee lilaek. lfarlrara lirummett. Norma llryanl. llonnie Montgomery. john Sehlenek. Carol liheal. Margot Motus. Second Row: ,IOIIII Payton. Riehard Cross. Jerry Griggs. Loretta llorris. llarlene 0'Dell. Ernestine Boggs. Truly Sehwein. Rhoda Dougherty. Catharine Armstrong. Shirley llaeklen. Alan Kattau. Wliss liuth Stone. sponsor. Top Row: Marlin Billington. Aliee Alflrieh. Louanna Taylor. Louise l'flug. Mary Ann l'eters. Norman .'xllH'l'Hlllll'tll. Susan Perkins. ,loan Yandell. james Owens.. Donald Cox. Euniee Golay. Richard Sileox. Maxwell Meise. XYZ f1l,l'B-Bnltoln Row Cleft to rightj: Delores Squier. Marilyn Knarr. Mary Todd. Betty Throekmorlon. Elinor Sheppard. Patti Spahr. Marilyn Major. Cherry Sheppard. James Noffke. Joe Cowgill. Robert W1 Lewis. Carolyn lloore. Sue linuth. ljeorganna Yon Spreel-telsen. Rosemary Buehanan. Seeolul Row: Miss Helen Nollke. sponsor: Patrieia Moriarity. Phyllis Quinnelte. Nlarilyn Sehowengerdl. Dorothy llatl. Patty Letner. Naney llowlby. Rebeeea Sheppard. Charles lllunek. Richard Andersen.. Edward Sims. Alton llellallister. l,s-vis Nlarshall. William Thompson. .ludy Speneer. Donna Ayres. Mary Pfalfenberger. Shirley Sehafer. Top Row: Ronald Yahle. William Sage. lliehard Conwell. Donald Cox. David Smith. Ralph Reeves. Tom Whalen. Tom Reeder. Ronald Kreiger. Dean Harper. Stuart Winter. Donald llarplnan. Roland Yvetzel. Ernest Henninger. Duane l'3l2llllKOIlll0l'll. eel ' Ev V xi' V A 555,55-yi 233 25.2.1 yy X ,fgdg v sf'a1N.zfQXf,24-.-f5- .X f V NV Q-1rEJxx,,E fn.. V an FN, so .sf atv?-exit i J-Q trxj -s' 'R I N ., - 2 4 , -. -, .. 'X 4' ' x li R Q-A Xi L :X E2 M J - X Q' 4' N at rw - s 45 l 2 I D - Fr I -,Milam my if-1' aj HOME ECONOMICS CLUB-Bottom Row Cleft to rightja Ellen Thompson, Leona Freeman, Judith McDaniels.. Ruth Stonebraker, Barbara Caldwell. Second Row: Janis Freeland, Joan McCoin, Kathryn West, Fannie Mae Bailey, Glaydell Geralds, Evelyn Wambach. Top Row: Miss Leona Miller, sponsor, Patricia Adams, Shirley Ann Hughes, Caroline Wright, Marilyn Harrell, Geraldine Price, Nannie Mae Barr. MUSIC CLUB-Bottom Row Cleft to rightjz Nancy Cramer, Dorothy Humbarger, Eleanor Sheppard, Barbara Pang, Nellie Abel, Robert Gertz, Joyce Ilett, secretaryg Joan Ray, president, Marilyn Kelly, vice-president, Ronald Fox, Rita Jackson, Nancy Shearer, Mary Haldeman, Delpha Clampitt, Carol Beall, Gloria Farabee, Judy Myers. Second Row: Myrna McClure, Anna McCain, Judith McDaniels, Marlene O,Dell, Norma Ray, Susan Murphy, Barbara McDonald, Phyllis Whorley, Barbara Faucett, John Whitaker, Nancy Hatton, Jane Sharp, Marsha Garvin, Margaret Myers, Norma Bastin, Jean Strong. Third Row: Joanne Williams, Marlene Elrod, John Schlenck, Marilyn Schowengerdt, Dorothy Batt, Patti Letner, Louise Wyatt, Nancy Beverley, Carolyn Cook, Janet Heller, Carol Frank, Wilma Swinney, Mildred Mitchell, Arlene Campbell. Top Row: Rebecca Sheppard, W'illiam Kirkman, Robert Bain, Earl Ragsdale, Adrienne Summa, Rowena Thompson, Martha Branham, Donald Mayerhoefer, Russell Jeffries, Mary Ann Peters, Martha Black, James Owens, George Scalf, Miss Louise Swan, sponsor. ..32- 44 'Vi ., is .-- ,,,. --1-rw RADIO DRAM.-X lIl.l H-Holloln Row llc-fl lo righll: John Stafford. ,lorry Snyda-r. Clvnna Marlin. Uixiv Srifrq-F. Rohn-rl lf. llah-5. Nanrw Nl. l'c-arson. SPCUIHI Row: William Kirkman. Wwihna Rugh. Donald Lang. Paula Hawkins. Viilliam Le-vis. Valli Good. Donna NX il-on. Xrle-in Canlpln-ll. RZlflllllI!1l Wilson. Top Row: Martha Marlin. Hrs. R1-sais' Fix. sponsor: Phyllis Mile BIBLE STl'DY AND PRAYER GR0l'l'S-Front Row Cleft lo righlj: joy-0 Slark. Hr. Arthur Hoffman. sponsor: Flop d llatlovk. Martha Tvrrc-ll. Rvur Row: Anita Barnes. Carol K1-yt. Carolyn Ylvlioj. ,loan Yandvll. Nanry Martin. So A1LRlCl'l,Tl'RE llllvll-Frou! Row Ch-fl lo righllz lillgvlll' lloffinan Mr. Arthur Hoffman. sponsor: ,lov Daxidson. Ronald Handy. Aida-n Wiajc-nln-rg. Rvar Row Starkvy. Nlvrwyn Harsh. ' Rolwrt lfoah-s. Jann-s Finfroe-lx. Raymom Rivhard fionstalrlv. I-Iclfliv Nlnlxinc-. - 33 - Members of the Board which represents the one hundred fifty sponsor room representatives in the Student Affairs Organization are- Seated Cleft to rightjz Judith Turpin, junior, Cherry Sheppard, sophomoreg Marilyn Fraim, secretary? .loan Ray, president, Nancy Snyder, senior, Janet Cox, senior, janet Hosea, Legion, ,lo Anne Willianis, junior. Standing: William Cull, Block T. Club, Donald Line- back, sophomore, Miss Gertrude Thuemler, dean of girls who is sponsor of S.A.0.g Susan Cox, Senior Council, Thomas Reeder, Legion. Not in the picture-Lloyd Cast, R.0.T.C.g Raymond Van Busum, junior. J f 'lf' c c. gif 1 vi o , f 1- - Q ,fi 'V , V6 KIA, if 'I : , ,,, ,, , , , , , , . , . ' A I- -- - 5 , Wq' f ,W ':- f ' , - ' ,..- ' ffi' ,' yi L ,Q ,- .. .., Mail ,K H , , . , f ' fesfrf ff H .. - ' vrm, if Y f " 'i - fifi fw L "w""f ' Q:f5""G-'1f, !, , r 1 f The largest extra-curricular group is the Service Club which is comprised of pupils who serve as campus, lunchroom, gate, bicycle, and automobile guards, messengers, and full-period hall and door monitors. Officers are pictured on Fl'Tl'RE TEACHERS-Hottoln Row Cleft to rightjz Susan Arnold. Janet Good, Joanne lie-go. W'ilnia Hugh. Dorothy Straub. Rita ,lack-on. Judy Myers. Virginia Campbell. Second Row: ,Io Ann Ferkins.. jerry Griggs, Dixie Seifres. ,Ioan Yandell. Carolyn Jennings. Ge-organna Von Spreekelsen. Mary Curd. Miss Lois Sink, sponsor. Third Row: janet Kehrein., Ruth Stonebraker. ,lo Ann Wiillilllllh. Carolyn Nlelioy. Donald Harpman. Robert Lewis. Top Row: Thomas Brethauer. Florence Hinant. Ernestine Boggs. Patricia Jones. Cherry Sheppard. Russell jelfries. Margaret Myers. Iggy B Q 3 p ff? f ir. , i,... l an ,s aw Q, gg k,x Y ffpi I 5 5,-4, ,,. ,spell-' Q Page 3-1. second row., left end. Left to right, they are Mrs. Martha Turpin.. assistant dean who is sponsor: W'illiam Cull.. presidentg Harilyn Fraim.. vice-presidentg Kenneth Coodin, treasurer. CHEMISTRY-PHYSICS CLUB-Bottom Row Cleft to rightj: Charles Billiu, Mary Lou Payton, Anna Lee Howe, Carolyn McCoy, Virginia Campbell. Margaret Tresslar, Barbara Perkins. Second Row: W'illiam Hawley, sponsor, Ray Thompson, Fred Wuensch, Donald Steinkamp, David Harris. Nadeen W'aggoner, Henrietta Mumaw, Mr. H. E. Chenoweth, sponsor. Third Row: Robert Dufec., Donald Albershart, Phillip Ziegler, Raymond Van Sickle, Harry Hoff, James Foreman. Top Row: Robert Lakin.. George Scalf. Richard Yeoman, Edward Landreth, Maurice Cordell, Fred Klingstein, Milton Taylor, Niles Miller. BLOCK T CLUB-Bottom Row Qleft to rightlz Don Ooley, Bradley Shelton, Thomas Markey, W'illia1n Cull, Ernest Cline, Anthony Zilson, Frank Morton, Richard Tinnell, Patrick Amore, Michael Amore. Second Row: Robert Harris, Leslie Cerlach, Eugene Turnipseed, Harry Todd. Robert Neff, Allen Meyerrose, Donald Dobbs, Phillip Rushton. Willialll Connelly, Robert Cross, Gale Sparks. Third Row: Jerald Koehler.. Kenton Leonard, Harold Updike, Gilbert Bierman, Richard Wills, Robert Huey, Scott Teal, James Farson. Top Row: Charles Englerth, Donald Scharbrough, Myron Moriarity, Herbert Quandt, Joe Sexson, William Roepke, Gene Nash, Leslie Nell, Mr. Wayne Rhodes, sponsor. .gr 1 1 5 A " . 1 L Y' if' N' I 5 5122.5-C ,gi-Q. ga. A -N Q .1 'y, '- . " fi , , E. IQ' ff Lf 1' 1 'v L.4 .K , -1 X. E, , .,, ,TE . u ' 51 Q, I 641 I ' L.4 F1 '53 fm 4 G-1 4 ' L.. 4' f. if xQ 4 X-,, :G .E LV! 3, L'-' '.' a':2f'p:e 5 , .lx 21 +5 5' S? as -dh Wlen Tljylbg T0 Merelop Eager Young Pi-Y 25,9 A' Ha- ff J EYE ,, i llgfa , is 'JAXJ TVHICN .x sHoi"r of triunlph is heard in the stall' rooms one can be sure that the A1cs1cN,xL C,xNNoN has won another honor. It may be an honor rating for the weekly 01' June llagazine, an individual award, or an article printed in a national magazine. The C,xNNoN receives highest rat- ings in all three National Press Associations, its staff members receive many individual awards in local, state, and national writing contests. iw-ff' Him' Lats of dpporialziqv EDITORIAL BOARD, Arsenal Cannon Magazine: Laying out pages and scaling pictures for the June Magazine are Jeanne Nelson, Katherine Simmons, and Nancy Foxworthy. This last fall Tech was one of 45 schools in the entire country to receive the Newspaper VVeek award, presented by Quill and Scroll. Division of Publications includes the ARSENIXI. CAN- NoN weekly and the June lilagazine or yearbook, the ',I.I1'X'H Book, and the News Bureau. Although the1'e are two editorial staffs for the weekly and June ltiagazine, the business and sports staffs and the pliotograpliers serve both publications. STAFF PHOTOGRAPHERS AND ARTIST Qleft to rightjz Charles Clark, Ivan Bourn, BUSINESS STAFF Cleft to rightjz Edward Lan- Jerry Maurer, W'illiam Funkhouscr, head photographer, and Robert Berkshire, dreth, business manager, Jack Welch, auditor, magazine artist. Alfred Haboush, circulation manager. 38- I Ill l'1lMmli0m' Wont ' fl me lb1'M'us",llf111y Journalists ,,,,,, , .. -F: I EDITURIAI. BU.-KRIL .-lrsvlml lfannun XV4-4-kly Cl:-ft to righllz W'illiam L4-wis. Bm- :-rly King. Thunms llrvthalu-r. Barbara Scott. Mary Ann Pvt:-rs. Jann-t llnsvzl. prvsidvnt. ,um Cf-KOR ' ""Aj1m'tf Zjiz :V ' I 5 ,Q . ,415 'nl' f W s .6 LJ 4 I f 4,111 'f. 'nz' 0 -' ll!-og: - I JINIOR EDITORS: Mary YV:-tza-I. Irma Rufnf-r. SPORTS STAFF--Selzlvll: lfharlc-a Thomas. vrlitur. Standing: PACE EDITORS--Svulml: ,Iain-l Cox. Lu- 'l'rvlnpe-r. Tlary Winn W'illiam Milla-r. Luwrelwc- Fra-nch. Hvrbvrt Pigman. Sfllllllillgf Doris wvllillIlil"t'. john Stafford. J 7 . - ,ff 1 -,,1':s"SQ-arf T 1 fv- T' l - 259 - I . REPORTERS-Seated Cleft to righU: Mary Lou Butler, Kay Boese, Dixie Allred, Marilyn Bertram, Gene Herndon. Stmuling: Charlotte Lancet, Robert Hales, Cecil Tresslar, Sherry Dzrvis. 1-, 0 15 JOURNALISM CLASS-Seated Cleft to rightjz Ruthellen Hoffmeyer, Judith Wagner, Hollaee Boyer, Rosalyn Blocker, Nancy Pearson, Alice Ruth Rains, Adrienne Cogan. Standing: Ann Wilson, Margaret Thompson, Patti Spahr, Norma Bryant, Ray Thompson, Robert Ramsdell, Danny Powers. FACULTY ADVISORS Cleft to rightlz Mrs. Julia ,lean Rhodes, Pub- lications assistant and photography teacher, Miss Ella Scngenberger, director of Publications, Arsenal Carillon advisor, Werner H. Mon- ninger, business advisor, Ralph E. Clark, printing advisor of the 1 weekly: Miss Letha Coakley, staff librarian. NEWS BUREAU-Seatvrl Cleft to rightbz Robert Hales, Irma Rufncr, TYPISTS, HELPERS, ARTIST-Seated Cleft to rightj: Beverly Barbara Scott. Standing: Wfilliam Miller, Herbert Plglllllll. Not shown, Carwood, Madonna Park. Standing: Barbara Faucett, Thomas Charles Thomas. Reeder, Sue Siebert, Kurt Jordon, Robert Berting. V 5?f1aSs M !fg1 4f il. 1 ' iii 5 A 'I 9 I' Q 'Q . : , 0 U .J E! .I nr 'll ffl' ,f'U'1 v l at 35 V in H U uv , ,2 , 2 'Lg 5 - x ig gi is Q v .f 5, -w-my . 'fl V s ' 1 - ,A o ,uw X , I X f, Mr. Jacob Jones. coordinator, shows Mary Lou Baker how to fill Donald Ooley and James Bredensteiner chat with Rotary Club out an application for a position. speakers J. E. Cady, Stanley J. Dyer, and Charlton Carter. A Prablenl FEIYIYIQ Everyone ls LIFE AILIU TNIE 'P Joiix Dol-3 is learning the trade of carpentry at Tech, hut he is also getting a hroad general education in prac- tical and in academic courses which will enahle him to live a happy and useful life. His sister Jane, unlike John, plans to go to college. However, she is also receiving the same education in general subjects, preparing her to lead a full and intelligent life. lVhen John first entered Tech, he wanted to he a doc- tor: hut after conferences with his sponsor teacher and tests given in various English classes, he decided that carpentry would suit him hetter. Like him, Jane thought that she wanted to he a stenographerg hut after entering Banners and campaign speeches were in order at the Republicans' mock election in 1i0V0l"lll'll1'lll classes. high school, she made up her mind that she would like teaching mathematics much more. These two are not only learning subjects that will help tl1e1n in their profession, hut they are receiving instruction in relations with others, civic obligations, consumer education, actual work experience and good work habits, physical and emotional health, information in international affairs, and the creative use of their leisure time. John and Jane a1'e only two of approxi- mately four thousand Techites who are receiving this val- uahle aid. Tech is striving to make its graduates better citizens of the world. No less convincing were the campaign speeches of those seeking election at the Democrats, convention. 1? gin. In ' 0 qllakluek ' 1 4 I, .f' - J ' 1 I L Q1 'Ly LN-Q 5 r 1 Lfwsw fi' IS, '. iq .gf A 1142 rlllll-I Ansl-:N.xI. 'l'i:c'HN1c'.xI, Sc'noo1.s has a greatly developed Life .'hil.lllStlllCllt prograni which in- cludes guidance for pupils hy class and sponsor rooni teachers, department heads, and vice-princi- palsg the Guidance Office, under the direction of llr. H. H. lValterg and the Hinploynient Office, headed hy hlr. J. l.. Jones. Also to be mentioned are the llistrihutive Education classes in Retail Selling where students receive credit for employ- ment outside school. Tech olters many courses which help students better to equip themselves to conipete with others. Classes which conie under this heading are posture, remedial reading, and sight saving, to name a few. Others like American history and government give instruction that helps students realize the inipor- tance of taking an interest in civic and national affairs. Teclfs English classes are even taught on several different levels in each grade so that each group will receive instructions to tit its needs. Not to he forgotten are the niany additional vocational, avocational, and academic courses which help to niake better citizens. These include college preparatory courses in which Jane Doe will major, and shops courses in which John is defin- itely interested. 'YU' .A -' ' A 1 'idk N I-vii Charles Dooley, Carpentry VIII pupil, carrying his tools, stops for a minute at the Plaza to expound on the "know-how" of the carpentry trade. 'Fwy 1ZS1W9Z9Ht5W5A3v7KJ" Walking a straight line and "stepping over the stile" while balancing a book Charles Stratton, Marlee Rodman, Patricia Shoemaker, on one-'s he-ad attracted students during Posture W'eek. Lawrence ,lines are in Narcotics class. V 5 Q W 4. P Y- .,,. Q 1 'Q' L 4 1,3 . I fl X Nw 0 'swaf' , 532 r, . ' 'r 1.4 ri' 1. pr 'x .Nuff R - LAX S5 Y Q . It 'Q 1. 4-' , A Q .QT Y' fr 31. TECH LEGION-Bottom Row Cleft to rightj: Nancy Jane Snyder, Gale R. Sparks, Barbara Ann Spiller, Cleon Thomas, Sue Karen Staton, William Ray Thompson, Janet I. Hosea, Thomas M. Reeder, Emma Margaret Tresslar, Donald Dean Throckmorton, Vilma Lou Tucker, Michael S. Walker, Georganna Mae Von Spreckelsen, Kenneth H. Wilson. Scond Row: Glenn A. Petry, Joan M. Ray, Jack E. Reynolds, Dixie C. Scifres, Charlotte A. Green, Phillip N. Smith, Anna Lee Howe, John R. Stafford, John E. Schaekel, Katherine J. Simmons, Robert D. Schull, Delores Ann Smith, William K. Shaw. Third Row: William H. Lewis, Marilyn Sue Kelly, H. Richard Moeller, Constance Joan Kelso, Charles H. Morris, Joanne L. Bego, James E. Bredensteiner, Marilyn L. Fraim, Richard Lee Brunot, Paula Mae Kinman, John R. Newman, Carolyn Ruth McCoy, Paul E. Orstadt, Carolyn L. McMahan. Fourth Row: Delores Ann Eldridge, David Gene Elmore, Darlene M. Galloway, Robert L. Green, Marlene Mae Grose, Newell J. Hall, Mary Jane Haldeman, Samuel F. Harriman, Jo Ann Hardy, Edgar A. Hartzler, Janet S. Heller, Robert S. Hill, Wanda Ruth Holmes, John M. Hopkins, Joyce Eva Ilett, Thomas F. Kell. Top Row: Robert B. Berkshire, Jo Nell Alcorn, Richard B. Berryman, Sharon Baldwin, Charles R. Billiu, Carol G. Beall, Garland P. Blankenhorn, Mary C. Brett, Thomas A. Brethauer, Barbara J. Buntain, Joseph R. Cowgill, Juanita Carroll, H. Robert Dagwell, Thelma E. Carroll, John Howard Day, James R. East. Standing Cleft sidelz Miss Hilda Kreft, Mrs. Julia Jean Rhodes, Harold Walter, and John White, advisors. Standing fright sidejz Mrs. Louis Bruck, School Board member, Principal H. H. Anderson, and Charles Martin, founder. Officers--Janet Hosea and Thomas Reeder, co-commandersr, James Bredensteiner, Richard Brunot, Philip N. Smith, John StaH'ord, Joanne Bego, Marilyn Fraim, Charlotte Green, and Anna Lee Howe, captains. VJSHE rJ.lEC'H TJEGION, an honorary senior organiza- tion, founded in the spring of 1935 by hir. Charles C. Illartin, was established in order to recognize sen- iors who are outstanding in the attributes of citizen- ship and the qualities of personal worth. Ten per cent of the boys and ten per cent of the girls in the senior sponsor rooms who have received the highest number of merit citations during their first three years are eligible for membership. Utlieers of the Legion are the co-commanders, the X X girl and the boy with the highest number of merit "N X" ' citations, and the captains, four boys and four girls who are next highest to the commanders. The emblem of the Legion is a green and white enamel pin. Senior play student director is Beverly Whipple with Howard Wright, Leslie Nell, and Sue Staton, Properties committee. 45 x . , if Q A . 'z , 1 Fi? 'P 5 4 Y w. N ' U EM '- " 'ff QR f ' S" it 'F 1' s 1 .-., - 'HQ'-F' fr' n 1 "" -7: Cav' --va '. xi A ,fl - ,,,6.,,, , V J . ,I 4 ,V . b .. s,4,,,,, v. ...V . , ,. - ,,. - nt . . ., .-.'.- In , .v V V 'N nj Q- ,wfjgg ff' M .' ' A gig, V ' Q- ,J .4 l. ' ' 1 .. l'.f ' - 4' 3 IL. U! Q A 4 -J O ,,----3:1'1- ui V , x. Seniors can usually be found near the "flower poti' between Treadwell and Stuart Halls after roll call, exchanging the latest bit of news. Members of the senior panel at the freshman assembly included Cleft to rightl Everett Smock, Madonna Park, Anna Lee Howe, Thomas Reeder, Kenneth W'ilson, Susan Cox, and William Cull. Discussing the senior banner with girls in the Dressmaking class who are making Seniors have found that it is much simpler and the banner are Miko DeFabis, winning designer, with fstmulingj Wilma Goens, takes less time to have the photographers come Betty Baker. juflith Taylor. fSPllfPlI, ,loan Norton, Marilyn Fox, Georgia Bigelow, out to Tech to take their pictures for the June and Diane Klasing. Magazine. -48- ? Cxl't:ll'1' IN 'rnl-2 nrsn of l1lSl'.YL'ill' at-livilics tlltlllj' Sl'lllUl'S final lllzll 4' , lllis lllL'il' Sl'lll0l' XUZII' is il littlt- lDl'CZllll'l2llilllQ'. Bl'lWl'l'll lD2lI'lll'N- tl2llli'L'S, L'0llllIllll'l'C lIlt'L'llllg'S, Ellltl ll'2lS, not lo IIll'IlllUll lllt- l'l't'l'lX'lIl,L1' Htl' ' X I of Sl'lllUl' rillllons llIl'l'l' llllll'5 at your. l'Xl'll2lllg'l' of llilllll' vartls, Cl ll0llll0ll for tlt'SlL1'!IlllQ lllv st-lliol' llanllcr. llll't'illlQ5 at llw llmwl' x ' ' ' I "pol, :tml lust lxni not lvzlsl. tllc "SlQ'll2lllll't' S " lll'i'i2ll-.N il lllUl'lllllQ 4' lllllN Ill mx T party Wllt'l'L' flu- st-niors nm-x' l-ollt-cl :tml l'Xl'll2lllQ,'l' Elllltlg' -1 I z il llarzlssl-tl Q'l'2lllllIllt'-ll!-lil' lIIlllN lllIllNt'll :1 lllllt- Sll0I'l ol Nllltl. l "A ,R K . if--' X if , Charll-5 llilliu. svnior l"1'lH'1'Pl'lllilliNl'. proudly pinx Illi- yvarl attravtiu- so-nior rolors of gre-1-n. pnrplt-. and while- on Hr. ll. ll. .'xlNl1'l'N0ll. l'rinc'ipal. S1-niora who In-lp thl-ir aponsors with lllt-ir 4-le-rirgll work art' as follows: lfollom Row Ch-ft to riglltlz Dorothy Krt-tz.Nornla Dolls-ns.l5arllara 1iUlIIll'.xxvZllHIiI llaltonl. Wvantla IIUIIIIUH. xllltltillllil Park. sl'f'UlHl lflllfi Ill-nry. Jo Ann lgt'l'liIlg. Tllifll Row: Phyllis xxvll0I'lt':v. hara Lt-0. Joan Norton. Top Row: William Ron-pk:-. J. Donald Smith. llarolll Nxifllilltlil. Hay 'lillonlp-on. Thomas lgI'1'lllllllC'l". SENIOR COMMITTEE ylEyllgERSTBlllflPlIl Row flvft to rightl: Cllarlc-N Billiu. filarlvv Rtifllllllll. Jann-t Host-a. ,loan Norton. Walt:-r Klaflfle-n. Mary Ann Pl-tl-rs. Dvlort-s A. Smith. Marilyn K4-Ily. Eileen W-l'llfIlK'. ,Io Ann Hardy. Dixit- Svifrvs. ,Il-an Nh-yvr. Nlary llarga-tt. H1-tty Franvis. Marilyn Frainl. Norma Dolls-ns. Svcoml Row: Marjorie l,aFata. Nliflllll Fll'lllillg. ,lane-t Cox. Phyllis Dinllingt-r. Rolla-rt Lakin. Ht-tty ,lo llinant. Jllflilll Taylor. Dolores Elflritlgv. Jllilllllf' Stl-wart. fzflllhlllllfl' K1-Iso, ,lo Anne Wright. Fill-4-n Sulgrou-. Wlary Lou Payton. Carolyn McCoy. ,lo Nl-ll Alvorn. john Stafford. Bt-vs-rly Whipplv. Tllirll Row: Sue' Staton. Anna L00 Howv. Dianv Bailvy. Dvlorvs Ml-Nil-I. Nanvy Snylh-r. Yyantla llolnle-s. xllllllillllil l'ark. llayill l':IIllUl'l'. Frank Owvns. Ruth Austin. lsilflli' liyt-rs. -loan Corbin. ,lark Walsh. Donald Stvinkanlp. Donalfl Ooh-y. Top Row: K1-nton l,1-onarll. john Sl'IllH'kl'l. JQIIIICS Brvtlt-llstvillvr. Shirlvy Crinl. Sanclra Xg'00dlIlllIlSl'l'. Ray Thompson. Rolwrt Hill. Hit-harfl Clark. Rolla-rt lg1'l'llliIl:l. Iil'lH't'1'1l Norris. Virginia llrightwvll. Rohvrl Dufa-vk. Oryillt- Yount. ,lark Rvalvy. Roln-rt jump. yt lg , iIry sid E Q Q 'L - "LJ :w 'L I sv' x 9-4253? 385. -4 l Y-ax tu S35 Nd W. X fuk ' X, 4-XJ Ng, FN' NX" N1 l' S 'l Q, L 1 x . i ,xfy 1 E I fl? P 1 , Milflrt-fl Rim-. Sarah liahrirk. D4-lore-5 xllillll. Nlona Nlv- Anlla Lvl- Hoysv. Shirla-y Crilll. IJl'l0l'l'N xlI'Nil'l. liar- 'l . uv-.1 , I .1 even Hundred Twenty-Six Members of The enier Glass of I9 0 Bid Good-bye to Their Alma Mater Spenser Room I66 RICHARD B. BERRYMAN JO NELL ALCORN CAROL G. BEALI. JAMES E. BREDENSTEINER RICHARD L. BRUNOT MISS MONA WOODWARC Pvuudenz Vrce-president Secretary Trguurgr Sergeant-at-arms Sponsor Spenser Room 153 SUSAN M4 COX LARRY A. FABLE JOSEPH R. COWGILL SHIRLEY A. CRIM DAVID G, ELMORE MISS FRANCES KINSLEY Prgndgng V566-PfCSi'f2hl Sgcrggafy Treasurer Sergeant-at-arms Sponsor Sponsor Room III CHARLOTTE A. GREEN JOHN M. HOPKINS NEWELL J, HALL MARILYN L. FRAIM ROBERT S. HILL MISS LEUNICE HORNE Pwndpnv Vrgppresrdent Secretary Treasurer S"9un"""a'm' Sponsor .'pIIII.'III' II II II III EI II II JOYCE E. ILETT KENTON E LEONARD MARILYN S. KELLY MILTON C LEONTIADES WILLIAM H LEWIS MISS ALTA WELCH P,,,,d,,,, Vncc-pvzndcnt SCCYIUYY Treasurer Sergeant-at-arms Sponsor - I'pIIIIsIII' IIIIIIIII I -4 1 JOHN R, NEWMAN ELLEN J. NORTON President Vac:-prcndcnt I I Y III II ' II I' GALE R SPARKS JOANNE STEWART P11 -lrwr Vvuz-p'-rxIdzne . LAB' 3' 9, .lf JOAN M. RAY GLENN A. PETRY PAUL E. ORTSTADT MISS MARGARET AXTELL Szcrdary Treasurer Sergeant-at-arms Spongov II II II III 3 .S . Gig DIXIE C SCIFRES THOMAS M REEDER JOHNE SCHAEKEL M ii IIQENE RHQNOEQ SICIUGIY Erasure' Sr-:swf M vrm ff--M - S II II II J II I' II II II III II 'rf I 'il KENNETH H WILSON SANDRA A WOODMANSEE 5 MARGARgr1RgggLAp w RAY THOMPSON JAMES 5 wenmerz M-ss Log SN-4 p""d'M V-cc-o'nIdtn ' SCC'lflYV T'fllU'C' Sf'qClUI !T'l'fF! SOG'-1-v -51- fri? wi nv- RICHARD S, ABEL EDWARD W. AHRENDT GEORGIA ALLEN E. PEARL ALLRED BEN C. ANDERSON ELAINE M, ANDERSON -.x -.-'?.:Jy JOHN M ANDERSON MYNA A. ANDERSON O, THOMAS ANDERSON WAYNE H. ANDERSON VERNIE C. ANDREWS CAROLYN J, ASHCRAFT id om It 'iff RUTH A AUSTIN JAMES L. AYLER BETTY J, BABRICK SARAH A. BABRICK MARTHA W. BACKEMEYER DONALD J. BADEN v 'O' DIANE T. BAILEY BETTY P. BAKER PATRICIA ANN BAKER SHARON BALDWIN MARGIE L, BALLARD DONNA I, BANNON fn. WILLIAM T BARNES THEODORE R. BAUER ROBERT F. BEANING RONALD L. BEECHLER JOANNE L. BEGO HERMAN L, BENINGER ,aes 3.3 Q 5' 'ict' ,, 5 W . ' , 'r -' '-' , . is T '17 1 . ROBERT B. BERKSHIRE JO ANN M, BERTING GEORGIA R. BIGELOW MARLIN D. BILLINGTON CHARLES R, BILLIU DAVID A. BISCHOFF Y MARILYN BLACK MARVIN J. BLACK RONALD V. BLACKWELL GARLAND P. BLANKENHORN ,PATSY R. BLICKENSTAFF NANCY J. BLISS ,- .. v -f . Q IDA M BOCK IVAN F BOURN F DEAN BOWMAN LLOYD G. BOWMAN , RCA' Q , I u . . 9 fi I Q 9,1 f X. 'I K I " ft' 5 1 1 'ru .' . I " .- J K 'L I X 4 rl ' ! ' P' "U,-ji'-' O I xx Q . P! X 'xl '- . HELEN M BRANSON JOSEPH L BRAUNE THOMAS A BRETHAUER MARY C BRETT . 6 hx IAQ' A ' x ' 'QIJ BETTN J BROCK EARL VAN BROOKS DELORES C BROWN In -3-N 6' LORETTA S BUCHANAN JOHN H BUCY WANDA J BUELL F' XIII ROSE MARIE BURRIS JOAN D BURTON DELORES M BUSENBARK -9 262 v E BARBARA LNCAIN JOHN E CAIN TERRY L. CAMPBELL 2 RICHARD D BROWN R. if x -,. 'J' BARBARA J BUNTAIN v in G- DELORIS D BUSES I 591, 'e 1 LARRY CARRICK PATRICIA S BOYER MARTHA ELLEN BRANHAN I . G-'1 G ils BILLYF BREWSTER VIRGINIA F BRIGHTWELL 1 Y .3 3 Q up w ,,,.-I-vs CONNIE O BRLJMMETT L. NS fir: SHIRLEY A BURCHAM FAYNE J BYERS 'x: 'QT 6- 9- JLJANITA CARROLL ,FY JACK O. CARTER N ANN CARTER JOYCE E CAYLOR CAROLYN J CHAILLE MARCELLA M CHANDLER - 53 5 A JEANE BUCI-IANA N X 4 'va all 6 .I - ax' ' A ,. 'X Vg , QI., ' 7+-.2 JACKSON B BURNER' " in 4 'I -r 'QL RICHARD LEE CAD7 ,'I'.LVVI'A E CARROLL JEAN A CHAPPELL 'Q' RICHARD D CHAST '-'N G r K2 his 'L. fl NORMAN R CLARK 53 fy, If X . 5-f I ' , Q4 Z' PHYLLIS J. CLARK P. RICHARD W. CLARK MYRA A. CLIFTON ERNEST F. CLINE G: 1 .. JOYCE M CLINE RICHARD A. COATES WILLIAMS F, COLLINS WILLIAM A, COMPTON ROBERT D COMSTOCK CHARLES H. COOK . N Q , .fr 1 - A . lg: E I Q 'J ia Q - , A 4 x ff- A . . - JET -- + L. gf". P DONALD E COOPER LUCY Bf COOPER v. JOAN CORBIN WALTER L. CORBIN DQNNA E, CORLISS SHERRY 5. CQRNE 'U Q ,lv 'Wvv-" , 1 A-Lf ELOISE R CORNUTT 1 DENNIS R CRAMER E O 6 31 X P ' ,w , 'If J' ' '12 , NA H ROBERT DAGWELL 6' S JOHN H DAY BARBARA J. COUNTS ' AYP' BARBARA A. COX JANET E. COX MAXINE R. COX NORMAN W COX Z.. DOTTIE .I CRICK WANDA L DAMRON HELEN E. DEAN JAMES E! QROCKER PEARL E. CROUCH WILLIAM F. CULL WILLIAM J. CUTSHAW .M . I ' if f -I I ' aa. RONALD F. DAVIES ELMER K. DAVIS MARY E. DAVIS RONALD R DAWSON E4 25' BETTY J. DEEL MICHAEL DE FABIS JR. JACK M. DEHART JO RETTA E. DE MOSS 5 . 1 ' 1 36. ago. Q. gg J 557' .,, V ':.' -ffl RUSSELL W DENNIS JOHN E DEUSER RICHARD V DILLEY CHARLES A DILLINGHAM CHARLQTTE M D11-WQRU4 pHyLL,5 ,Q Q Ny, Nggp A Q 4 fx , K s N v- gif? lil. J ,an 5 EMMETT E, DITZLER DONALD C DOBBS NORMA J DOLLENS CHARLES W DOOLEY FREDRVCK L DORSETT DONALD L L71.fs.1J',L"' f- W9 1: i C J 'A' c' A I 1 5' Q ,,,.., J --' .- J 5 iv 'vx if f Y J Vx. , :gf A J ' NJ ' ff W' E f , , 21 RONALD C5 DOWELL WALLACE W DOWNARD CAROLYN R DRAVIS GERALD J DRULEY ROBERT O DUPEK 'A N' -Q q G: O 43 9 C Z1 C +3- fv' -o 1' 5' ' 11-J Q-11 I fx Cx -A -2 f J'l25X'3x DAVJD L OU KATE JAMES W DUSINC5 JACK E EADS JAMES R EAST RALPH H ECKERT L Q Q. 4 Q T L' 1 1 5- , - vg 'V 3' ggi, 20 'WN EOWAQDQ MARY E EDWARDS ROBERT L sowfxrzox ROY M EDW ARDN FEDJ. Nwixb '-"' " ex. Jbf -Cm If v ' f. as J S 1- 1- '- J -qv' J! R6 GJ" L x pa i 4 C'r We ' 0' N. , 1 R 1 lg ' 2 5" D , x .lay 4' 1 J A if J A l,R CM DOLORES A ELDRIDGE THOMAS R ELLJSON ROBERT A EMRJCK CHARLES A ENOLERTH fvf "W -' 5!vISi'- J " A ' it-0 Y r .77 7 . ' L- . ' A H , RUTH E ERNE R DALE ERVIN CHARLES L ESSICK DOROTHY A EVANS FLETCHER P EVANS JAVF X i L V -55 v . t KF I ' I ui . , , ' 4 ,,' X' CHARLES R FARRELL HQ U' 'Ou f -I. I Q' Suv, I3 ATRICIA L FISH I' '23 L. wrx ..,.t..-,- If A L f M LORRAINE FARRELL Ls- Q? FLORENCE E FISHER 3 JOHN C FARSON 1 fi 3 if WILLIAM L. FISHER Q. V-sa If X' 'fax-. 'Q-,zv f RICHARD L FORD JAMES E. FOREMAN JEROME E. FORESTAL gg 'ifgziii ,Q ya' F4 v . ,4f'l'A , 1 '11 4 ,4. f 1 S , - 1 ws! 5545 . -4.4 X .rr I IDA F FR AILEY . AAI 1 C Ev! 'G Oir- -0 51' ,f. if , BETTY M. FRANCIS .v,. .V-..,.f f VIARILYN J FULKERSON ARTHUR F. FULTON S . 5-at-N V2 , yr I' f JOHN F. FREEMAN 1, N c- 'Adi A in JS? Wm! WILLIAM D, FUNKHOUSER DARLENE M GALLOWAY ROBERT A GAMBOE BEVERLY J. GARWOOD BARBARA A, FAUCETT SI ' -an f I .ivy - I , me w Lg. M , " ,. fs wx . NORMA J. FLEMING WILLIAM F. FOSTER Q 2 W 4- ,1I. ,fi ,I,, . 41.1, , ' L , I SUSAN M FREEMAN THOMAS E. FURGESON E RUTH GABBERT R PATRICK GALLAGHER 5'-ff .ungra- LEO C. GEORGE JUDY R GEYER MARILYN D GIBBS I ROBERT W. GIBSON W. ROLAND GIBSON RICHARD C. GILASPY AUDRALEE GLAUBKE RAYO D GLENN CHARLES R GODME -56- ' 'S' ""?1 . ,. 9 'Q' 3 'K N JEAN GODWIN WILMA J, GOENS H RAY GOOD ROBERT D GOODMAN BETTY L GORDON HAROLD K GOSSMAN H . . A V 1' 6 sy ',, -- cz. . X ' 5 .QQ I Q A A EW CAROLYN M GRAHAM CLAYTON A GRAHAM JR B JEAN GRASTON ROLAND T GRAVES ROBERT L GREEN HAROLD V QIREEN Jw A, 3 vi. G- nv 1 - A I f J A I- DATRICIA A GREGORY JANET S GRIFFIN JAMES WT GRIFFITH MARLENE M, GROSE MARGARET D GROVES DFLORES A CJfijI1E,F' RL T . J K Q -.,?'J'l' 8 1 b QI , as 9' 6 . ' in ,, Q Q " Q A -'.,' . W . I , A .S EE-Vik ' x L. s , ? TI' ,Q 4 . 'I , '- A 2: 1 A An N ' ' I il BARBARA J HABIG ALFRED A HABOLJSH WILLIAM G, HALBRITTER ' MARY J, HALDEMAN HELEN L HALEY RLJ5SELL H HALN , I5- Q- . Q, - Y-- X 4"'T 'I BETTY M HALLEY Q ROSEMAREE HALTOM 1 JUANITA L, HAMILTON GRACE E HAMMOND PAUL W HAMPTON DONALD M HANCOCK Y, 4' T 1 Sf 3' ROBERT C. HANLEY WILLIAM P HANNA JO ANN HARDY MARY E. HARGETT SAMUEL F HARRIMAN JENNY A HARRIS it . 3, '24 A I' fp.- 96 E. EUGENE HARRISON JOHN C. HART EDGAR A, HARTZLER JOHN T HAWTHORNE W CALVIN HAYES JANET S HELLER -57.. DON L, HENDERSON ELEANOR N. HENRY GEORGE W. HENRY ESTHER M, HENSLEE MILDRED L. HENSLEY EVELYN M. HERRING JAMES O. HERRON PATRICIA L. HEWITT BETTY J. HIATT NORMA J. HICKS JACK L. HIGHTSHOE FLORENCE E. HILL RITA A, HILLS asm Io HINANT D, PATRICIA HOALT E ELAINE Hocxm EUGENE L. HOFFMAN MARVIN c. I-IOFMANN "i f L If fi . gg f .',, A , ISE 'M I I . ' I II. I PATRICIA Ia. HOGAN MARY L, HOLDER SONDRA L. HOLE MILDRED HOLLINGSWORTH WANDA Iz. HOLMES CAROL-,N j'HOQKER v' VIVIAN O. HOPWOOD JANET I. HOSEA DORIS L. I-'IOUGHLAND ANNA I-EE HOWE J, I-EE HOWERY WILLIAM H. HUBER UJIV1' C. SUE HUDSON ROBERT E. HUEY EUGENE W. HUGHES JR, RICHARD A. HUNT WILMER L. HUSKISSON LENORD G. IDLEWINE 9 LESLIE c IMEL DONALD L, INMAN ALICE L. IRVIN HOBART E. IRWIN SAR-AH J. JACKSON DORLA L. JAMISON .. 58 - WILLIAM E JAMISON ELIZABETH K JANNECK FRANCIS S JENKINS BARBARA L JERRELL ARMAND E JOHANSON M LOUISE JOHNSON G. u iv x, 'S , Q MARIAN H JONAS MARILYNF JQNAS HAROLD J JONES PAUL D JONES ROBERT L JUMP RICHARD T KAHL l Q' 'J 3 173 6 11 . .1 . nh ll, ,ty , i .E L.QJ'IH PATRICIA A KEATING THOMAS F. KELL JOHN E. KELLY CONSTANCE J. KELSO ROBERT L KEMPFER L JACOUELENE KENDALL sy Y JAMES E KENNEDY PHILIP P KENNEDY LEWIS B KIRKHOFF WALTER F. KLADDEN JAMESF KOERNER PATRICIA A. KREIDER 6 ,1 GERALD S LAMB GEORGE T LANE LAS:-I' ROBERT N. KENNEDY JACK L KILGORE BEVERLY J KING 4 Q. DIANE H KLASING WALLACE E. KNAUSS ROBERT L KNIGHT .J Q DOROTHY A, KRETZ MARJORIE A LAFATA ROBERT E LAKIN 17 T' ROBERT W LATSHAW BARBARA A LEE PATRICIA A LEE - 59 .. N N , Q , -r el 4 - f- fr ' 'L' ' Jkt' fg, I .L . I I .qxz I 4. ,' PAULA M KINMAN 1 .v' I ANNAMARIE KOENIG 5. 3. .lb If Q ,lx .4-- X. j J CARRIE E LAME -Q If . " f- :I JERELINE LEWIS 2 f L4 ' I 1 5- Z1 pu A I v ,,"', I 'I 13-9 ' I s A .KI ' N' ' , 'C ' . pf 1 A . F .f ' - ' . I' ' I h.f'.'--1' .- . .. K L . A Ii.. A CARL F LICHTE HAROLD v LIMBACI-I CHESTER M. LIVELY RONALD G. LOFLIN nc. . ff 'D 6 1 Q K, 1 h 45.3 A ,. V 'irwurr ' -ta, wr s it , ii 1 . A 1 I w. Af: A 5 I L .L ROBERT L. LOW EDITH F. LOWE C. RAYMOND LOWERY ELINOR LOWRY - .2 'K 2 L 4-5 fi, dv. 4 . 'ix N' l""'X , E M I "L' V1' ,HJ rw.- If 3.52, 5' PETER N. LUPUS ROSEMARY V LUTHE C EUNICE LYNAM J PATRICK LYNCH - i fi rs . A -3.2 Tw I 1 1 - i 'aft ,I-if ' A -.- far ' I :Iii 'fury J: It ' DONALD W MECLARNEY ROY M. MECLARY JOHN D. MCCLINTOCK WILLIAM L. MCCLURE '7 ' A 1 . "- 6-Im . 9. 'Q we can I - -Q 0' T . Q 'R gi Y 'U ' 'Q , 'lb' U 'Y - ,j 'er l E A W I 'A 'II' . - A , -' fl I .fl '-1 BARBARA L MCDONALD CAROLYN L MCMAI-IAN RICHARD L. MCGILL Im-,. 'vil- 'QQ I Ii DELORES A MCNIEL CONSTANCE R, MCGUIRE li V0 ,Sf 3 4. JACK W. MCGUIRE ANITA JOYCE MEVEY RICHARD E. MAGGART f Y . V X . L S 4 E. ' 1. RICHARD L. MARIS THOMAS H. MARKEY BARBARA J. MARKS PATRICIA J MARSHALL ELIZABETH L, LONG GERALD J. LOOMIS MARGARET A. LUCAS CHARLES H. LUDWIG egg as 4 ROBERT P. LYONS ROLLA E. MEADAMS C, RICHARD MECORD CAROLYN R. MCCOY in-. ,1 . JACK L. MCINTOSI-I BARBARA I. MLICINSEY V, ZF.: SY L 95 " 6 I ' '7 , 'I 33' ii! A I MRI- .. 5- Tx 5 L A f - X1 'VJA5 L , WILLIAM J. MAHONEY JACK D. MANLEY W- 1:- x f f -' I If JEANNE Q, MARTIN KENNETH W. MASON LJ i I ANNABELLE MATLOCK GERALD D MATTINGLY L, DEAN MAUCK VR I Q - 'I I , x in 5 A ' Ii 3 an an 0 V 5, 5 H AL MARGARET I MAYFIELD PAULINE M MEAGHER F' SARAH K MERTZ I 6 5 ci 1 G- ,I o .5 X 0. s. ,,. R Y I S - ig-' F ','1?5ir 5, 1:0 I , U 4 Af I ,H vf l A X Y 51.4 g, I . L5 ,I 4, MILDRED R MESSER GEORGE A METZGER JEAN M MEYER WILLIAM R MEYER ALLEN W MEYERROSF NORMAN W MIDDLETON JR 6' gQ s. S "'- x v 1 v . I ' If 1 BARBARA A MIHAY PATRICIA A MILHOUS ALICIA MAE MILLER BARBARA J MILLER SHIRLEY A MILLER WILLIAM K MILLER , . . s 'A I R I, Hifi, .a Is! IZ . ,VL ' lv rq,. "' T' Q . .5 E A K KENNETH D MILLS RUSSELL L. MILLS ROB G MITCHELL S JOAN MITCHELL RALPH B. MITCHELL RICHARD L MITCHELL IJ. Q 1 i - X Q as Qi if ,L Q' Q - 14- rg, X ' Y its S. fi fgfu ,". L., fl 'I' 4 '. I H RICHARD MOELLER LESTER J MONDAY JOSEPH R MOORE DELORES M MOOTZ CHARLES H MORRIS FRANK E MORTON 2 K ' 3 3 Us ' ,t ff' ' KEY I ., if v 5. ' , PHYLLIS E. MOTE HENRIETTA MUMAW RICHARD A MURDOCK SUSAN J MURPHY GLORIA A MUSSELMAN ROSEMARY MYERS 1 fs . LILLIAN NAHMIAS W. GENE NASH ROBERT EI NEFF O. LESLIE NELL JOHN A. NEU CLAUDE R, NEWHOUSE ' NAOMI R NEWLAND 'wr' REBECCA A NORRIS Q WU- csv U i 'i 7 fs-4 , 4 -I ,f 'tx I A I I' N. - :.-fy- 1. DONALD R OOLEY Wifxf. 1 if A L9. . I I A 1 ROBERT G. NEWLIN P - ,L . fs A 1 'fa , . PAUL E. NORSELL S - Q 1 J, 1 W it Sv' 1 sl!-P ,IE I MARILYN A.NEWMAN RONALD L. NICKEL JACK S. NIPP JACOUELINE J. NORMAN BILLIE O'BRIEN SHIRLEY A. O'DELL JOHN P. O'DONNELL ROSEMARY OLIVER 79' FRANK J. OWENS INA P. PAGE GEORGE W. PANNELL MADONNA L. PARK SHARON A. PARRETT SHIRLEY L PARRETT CAROLINE I. PASZKOWSKI CHARLES E. PATTERSON MARY LOU PAYTON BETTY J. PENNINGTON BARBARA N. PERKINS ,gf ww., ill' DAVID J PERKINS ROBERT L PERRY CHAR'-ENE pETERMAN ff. I' 5 . 'R f 2 , I X21 Q0 - .cz I 5 DON E PETERS MARY ANN PETERS DONALD F. PETTY C .1 I C 'J' .. I f W' ' 'xiii I J L 'B' I :S ff J, 'D . - 4 .ffm 522' I 1 DON E PHILLIPS JULIANNE PIEPER GEORGE H. PIERCE RICHARD E. PIERCE HERBERT B. PIERSON AUDRY M. PIKE ,QC L 1 N ' was ' r"", .pw , :Tug , r ' I Z DONALD L PLATT JENNIE L, POLLARD PATRICIA L. POLLOCK ROBERT D. POYNTER SHIRLEY J. POYNTER PRISCILLA J. PRATT 62- BARBARA J PRICE DOREEN G PURTLEBAUGH JACK B REALEY WILLIAM A, RENN GLORIA RICKETTS THOMAS A. ROBINSON 'U' xr-g, HERBERT M PRICE JACK A PRICE NORMA L PRICE WILLIAM D PRICE MARTHA J PROLJT .WE A qv- HERBERT OUANDT J. JOYCE RATCLIFFE PHYLLIS ANN RATLIFF EUGENE E. RAYMOND SARI c READ R. MAXINE REAMS RICHARD K. REDENBAUGH JACK E, REYNOLDS DAVID M. RHEINHART Q , Y " I 3 FREDERICK L. RIKE a. I I I . 1-K- FRANCES J. ROBISON 3 6' BETTY J. ROBERTS MARLEE D RODMAN ,Sf- FRANCES L REED ai 42? I MILDRED J. RICE G. .si Y17' W. BILLY ROBERTS X 0 PJ A r EARL L. ROE 9 ,1 HARRY F. ROMERIL NANCY C. ROSE DONALD E. ROSEMEYER ESTHER R. RUARK -63- LEO J. REED Q Hr WALTER L, RICHARDS 6. 'U f Li ' BETTY J ROBERTSON -, -1 of ' A'1 -If EN I 1 WILLIAM R. ROEPKE ROSELYN S REICHEPT J., gg xx IUSSELL R RICHARDNCN fr! , I fm 4 ROBERT L ROBWSON i 'S Yu' DAVID L ROETKER CARL J. RUBUSH WALTER RUCKERSFELDT JR I PHILLIP D, RUSHTON RONALD L. RUSSELL 9 frm gan ay, 'Y i C-Li JOSEPH K, SCHIEWER ROBERT D. SCHULL .. frm' h ' 5 . p,:. E '2:f4.'f I- fu ' L mf' BARBARA R SCOTT BETTY J. SEAMAN . ',N"'I'W 4 w ,sa ABQ ,Ox ,U Q. ' " ' ARLENE J. RYAN DAVID P. ST. CLAIR ROBERT D. SANDERS DONALD G. SCHARBROUGH J R , .... , f F .,,. fr L, 12' . 411, Qfrfflz BEVERLY J, SCHULTZ CARL J. SCHULTZ CAROLYN F. SCHWAB MARVIN A. SCHWARTZ 2 6. G. STANLEY SEARS HELEN M. SEARS GENE M, SELM HELEN L SENTENEY Ulu. L ,E Asn vI 3 1? O- ff' WILLIAM K. SHAW MICHAEL T. SERGI -MI . 3 x J., . 7-F' BRADLEY K. SHELTON EVELYN L. SHUTE KATHERINE J. SIMMONS WILLIAM C. SIMMONS I 'YF ..,. NELLA D SIMS PAUL A. SIMS COLLEEN SINCLAIR JOSEPH C, SINEX JUDITH A. SKILLMAN CHARLES S. SKIRVIN JR 'lhaa JOSEPH R. SMALE DELORES A. SMITH J. DONALD SMITH PHILIP N. SMITH WILLIAM I. SMITH WILMA J. SMITH EVERETT V. SMOCK JERRY L. SNYDER NANCY J, SNYDER JAMES D, SORG BETTY J, SPEARS ' BARBARA A. SPILLER -54,-. RICHARD R. SPURGEON LOUECIA L. SPURLIN DONALD W. STEINKAMP JERALD W. STEVENS I -.ue "If " 5' T- ." ' .,' I ,IA 1:I- ,' -I fl JOHN R. STAFFORD RICHARD W STAHL SUE K. STATON CHARLES E STEELE S I4 I w " .1 I T I S X 4. , sa , 49 1""7 , i is f vi' DONALD Q STOKES EDWARD W. STRAIT DELORES M STRAWDER RICHARD R STHHE V DONALD L. STREIF WALTER R STRICKER 5 CHARLES L. STUCKEY EDITH M. STUCKEY . GERALD L. STUDER JAMES M STUTSMAN BERNARD A. STUTTLE' EDNA MAE SUHRE ' 4 X 'C l iv 6 , i, 4. , C Z: 5. .A, A X EILEEN SULGROVE C. EARL SULLIVAN DELORES A, SUMMEIER DAVID L SUTPHIN ns WILLIAM E. SWAIN ROBERT W. SWEENEY ZS. 1 y O 3 T . ' rs ' CHARLES E. TAYLOR DON R. TAYLOR G. ADELE TAYLOR JUDITH R TAYLOR WILLIAM C. TAYLOR PAUL R. TERRY 5' Q '-,-in 'vi ,, S -P G ., A I 'I , 'gi-I 'Q' ,s fi ' MILDRED F. THOMPSON PATRICIA J. THOMPSON 3' 5 S Y R X ln EM CHARLES R. THOMAS H. CLEON THOMAS MARTHA A THOMAS MORTIMER A THOMAS final 1 X Rf' S3 'fab' 4. A "S " ' Y, 'S' 1,4 'TZ' RONALD M. THOMPSON DEAN THROCKMORTON JUANITA R TINLEY HARRY E TODD - 65 - NANCY G. TODD LEE A. TREMPER FRANKLIN L. TRITTIPO M. JOAN TRUEBLOOD I VILMA L. TUCKER WILMA JEAN TURNER flu? il RT . ,Q I .. Q.. JACOUELINE TWEDDELL CHARLES E. UNDERWOOD RUTH URSHAN BERNARD W. VAHLE DONALD R. VAN NOY RAMON L. VAN SICKLE .13 i '3' CLIFFORD F VALJGHT 4X Ts GERALDINE 'WAGER Q UE B0 X 1 HL L x L JACK M. WALSH 6. 'Q-N S .hx ? : .15 E It ,f ' 1 .S 'I 1 .. BONNIE J. WATKINS "' C ROBERT E. WENDEL THEODORE C VEST HELEN J. VIGNA ALBERT A. VINCZ DONALD VON BURG GEORGANNA VONSPRECKELSEN v S. J FE 9 JZ- .gg f 4 H J A3 F. NADEEN WAGGONER ANITA L. WAGNER NORRIS E. WALDRON MARTIN D. WALKER MICHAEL S. WALKER if ' -'A' 2 wsu A F DOROTHY A. WARD MARY FLORENCE WARD JACK S. WARNER JAMES M. WARNER MELVIN E. WATERMAN . 'Q' A 117 , JJ Q I MARJORIE A. WATKINS JUNE R, WEATHERLY JACK L. WEAVER P. EILEEN WEDDLE RICHARD M, WEEKS BARBARA H. WEST FRANCIS L. WEST JAMES R. WEST BEVERLY A. WHIPPLE MARY N. WHITEHEAD - 66 - 9,'Y'r"1 L E DORIS J WHITMIRE PHYLLIS J. WHORLEY GEORGE H. D. WILEY LINDA L WILLIAMS RICHARD L WILLIAMS RICHARD M WILL5 1,25 Q- I I.. .fa we A. my 1.,1. . Ml ft? I' ' ' '2 .J - ' l...Q ' ' - I -'Sv ' ' T . ,, X l Th' Q-'IA Q I - .I, L! fl- CHARLES T WILMER BETTY A WILSON REGINA 8. WILSON WILLIAM L WISE RUTH E. WOOD LARRY L WOODWAIILI Q-' C- V '!?""' J I X1 'I Z 4' Ah JAMES A. WOOLGAR C. ALBERTA WORLAND ALFRED J. WRIGHT EFFIE E. WRIGHT HOWARD O. WRIGHT JO ANNE WRIGHT I - 'W gg xuwcc-II . -6 G' 6. och? 1' 1 .q Ia. sv. - -I . xg! Q ,- ilu THELMA R, WRIGHT FREDERICK O. WUENSCH ROBERT C. WURSTER NORMAN R. WURZ DONALD D WYATT N LOUISE WYATT . ,N f Qu- -. QC Q fi.. Q , 3 ur' " I " . S . , S " ff 'T' I ' , L J . ' E E'n'i. Ny, gb . In . .4 ' - f.'::f-'X 1:3 IUC., V I ' C '-'.1--1 , S HAROLD S. WYNALDA LA VONNA M. YAGER RICHARD HYEAMAN ORVILLE R. YOUNT ROCCO J. ZAPPIA JOEL ZARRO . Q 1 5 6 5Q ff , , lxlx x ii' I 5 5' '1-v- kx b! .. 1' 7 I I Ig' xk , . J. . GERALD L BROWN C RALPH BUDD W DEAN CANTONWINE MARY LOU CHAMBERS RICHARD R CLEM LENITA J CLOUGH v . 1 1 'ROBERT E. CROSE SHIRLEY A. DOUGLAS WILLIAM I-I GRIFFIN JQSEPH I HAIGERTY VIVIAN L HIGGINS SHEILA A, IMEL - 67 - L. ELEANOR JENKINS Lf. 95331. . M . -j QF sw . R Q yg,"59' I .1 'A 1 if Hif i-I' . F, ,I 5 f mu an I 1 jf, . . 1' -Av ROBERT J. LEAVITT All 'wx DONALD L. JEWELL GERALDINE JOHNSON J sz '1 H ' "R I ' Q. N , A A ' I ' 2-' f fw ., sf ' ff , E O, I Q . ROBERT J. LESTER RONNIE E. LE VINE 5 I I ff qs! . , A :R , . L,JL I . .5 . ,.,,:. I 'AH f ' f Ik I 2 . MONA JEAN MCHENRY L CHARLES H. NOLAN Q . All 1 -Q L' kai: ULA M, MASSINGALE J. ROY MATTINGLY' PATRICIA A. POWER RALPH RJREEVES 'SQ559 Q FRED E. KLEPPER VIRGINIA LEE KNIGHT THOMAS E. LAWRENCE h s Html sy MCDERMOTT BEATRICE M. LIGHT JAMES H. LOUGHMILLER JAMES E. I. 19' ' HARRY I A. MORRIS M. JO RIGDON JANET J. NEVERS SYLVIA I.. NEVINS ? Q 'I iii 1 If ,iw A 'ii ' . Mfg' rel' . 1 W. A ' '- . I f me ,f:., .. 1 4,1 I - wi5Wf'?W 'EX Y A f hawks I I .. - f :r-.gz.. - S. -W Q. I I I Z- as . .- . If If NJN... ' .C 1 . MARGRETTA RIGGIN N, JEAN ROONEY S4 LEE SAUL MICHAEL F, SCHOTT MARTHA L. SIDDONS CONNIE J. SIMPSON WILLIAM G. STEVENS RAYMOND O. VAN CAMP P69 ROBERT D. VICKERY JOSEPH T. WHITE AUD T. WILKERSON MARJORIE A. -68 WILLIAMS RICHARD WITT DONNA E. WUERZBURGER Qnmnm. llo You llomomhor WHEN . . .' 7' X if-fm WN.. V! Looking at college eataloguea. aa Marilyn Kelly. Jerry Snyder. and Fred W'uenseh are floing. was ai favorite pastime for seniors? lnrfrfl ul ff! lffrlfrrnrflmlfx ,Xi H Charlie Englerlll anfl Bill Ralph slrugglecl for llie lmll in the Teell-Sliorlritlge lmslxellmll eonteft? Janet lleller. Riellarul liilaspj. :incl Judy Geyer game llleir slunt in senior Sponsor Room l90? The Personal Styling: lloural 21lWl'2l -lyle 5ll0N for the Wlnr 4 1 I , ' l . Crux? The girl- were Nuney Snyder. lfluine Xnclerxon. Nana-w l,1'2ll"0ll. l.ilu lfriell. ,Io Nell Xleorn. Xrlene lzunlnon. ,lnnel lfox. Sue Stanton. ,'l'illlll1' llu-aural. llnrlmrn llolnlninx. - li!! - ali ol All tho Work I Uoofioorl to Classroom At Christmastime, girls from Miss Frieda Ann served a turkey dinner to pupils of the Potter Fresh Air School. Virginia Knight folds one of the many gowns Clothing classes nlude for the Needlework Guild. 'Pho ohool orvos tho Uommuoity Ry Taking Part in Uivio Affairs YVH1-:N "om: N,xP'1'owN,' needs help, Teehtown is ready. Always standing by, Tech is proud to assist in anything that comes along. Roll rooms filled 772 Red Cross overseas gift boxes, topping last year's record by 150 boxes. Girls in Clothing classes made 67 l-Limonos and gowns for the . Indianapolis Chapter of the Needlework Guild of America. These are distributed to the sick and needy. Twenty-two girls from the cooking classes served Christmas dinners to pupils of Potter Fresh Air School and James E. Roberts School for Crippled Children. For the fourth consecutive year, Mr. C. S. Stew- Bat-h'5 cooking classes art7s Stagecraft class carried its hammers and saws to Monument Circle and made the Christmas Nativ- ity Scene. The class also made props for the Iee-O- Rama at the Coliseum. Radio Expression classes have given programs on the VVISH High School Hour, while the lllusic department has given many pro- grams for local civic and church groups. The ARSENAL CANNON sponsored a local CARE- Swan Soap VVrapper drive, collecting 1021 wrap- pers which meant 510 bars of Swan soap to be sent to Europe. Fall semester its project was Newspaper VVeekg spring, it was CNRSCO. The fall journalism class broke last yearis record by selling 351141 worth of Tuberculosis Seals in the lunchrooms. Editors of the weekly staff gather round to see the News- paper Week Award they won. Kay Boesc, Dixie Allred, Larry French, Robert Hales, Cecil Tresslar, and Gene Herndon count the money the journalism class collected from the sale of Tuberculosis Seals. They sold one hundred and fourteen dollars' worth of Seals in three days. L if I' A 4 I I O '-lg. ld! -A I , w 1 1 ' o 5 ' z x -ff' "r "1 W.. ,- af 'T' " , ' A .n , . M. 3 I L .- .1 s 5 E' , 5 N 5 I -.E 7: .Ny - s. , Onihgf X X X X H at -sl' I 1' fx I 'Q 23" - 1 , , . I' " I 1 -,ws ., ff, '. , . ' f , 1L . ll . I .1 AAy,k Wu, '." g4f'4L fr J, f ! . ,V 1, 1 ' fl 'fr'Mp,-f1.,X'-,Qff,1-ff , I .. ', .3441 -1i?K.I-213444. fg,',P.!AA,,j,44 L, ,M L ff ff -Lffimffv will A JV, ll -- 1- of 5 - Ni vy. V HA. Boys in Carpentry Shop learn how to build a home. while boys in Paint Shop gain skill in mixing and applying the paint. Left to right are Ray H. Good. Edgar A. Hartzler, Charles A. Englerth. and Walter Wi. Ruekersfeldt. l'1:1-:sC'1:11"1'1ox: Take o11e hov and leave hin1 at Tech long enough to 'take all of the Courses i11 Building Trades. Result? He will have a linowledffe of eve1'v ste 1 i11 huildinw' E1 house: rs . I tv 111 fact. he could Jrolmhlv build it all hv l1in1- l . . A F, self with IJYCCISIOII. , 1 I . . . "' Lv, F X To install the plutnlnng o1' 'to XV11'C 'che house would he 'usf ill 'the Course of a davls work. .l . He Could he his OWII ll1lC1'l01' decorator: and not only that, he Could actually build his own fLl1'1liJfLl1'C and built-in Cabinets for his house. He iniffht even IHQISTCI' the art of nittiiifr u J aw l D downspouts and eaves. No wonder 21PPl'0XllllfltGly three hundred fiftv hovs are en1'olled in the BLlllCli!1U Trades . . D . - Y v v , v ' Y By making an 0. C. gutter in his Sheet Metal class. Marvin Thorpe learns dcplutlnent' hat boy 1101111111Wlllffvklloff points-rs which he may pos-ilily use in building his own honle sonle day. how to build 21 ho'-1593 at lea-St fl Part of One' C fr i 9 I I fu- x Vx! i :x ,-1 ' , 3 mkg - ...r Wllilv Rav Good is 5 lrcudinf' the male-. lllmrlm-N Un . P' przlvtivvs hanging llu- wullpupvr. .IIT -I 1 S Avquiring skill in tha- inatallation of plumbing if the- job of Wil- liam Moyers. David liisclloli' flQ'lll0IlSll'1llf'5 the lvvhniquf' of installing u light fixture-. l .A . -1 'ff' .Wd V- i , if in 4, ,Ai 'RQ-fl . " ' iff-S f A 'N A "in-'T Qlql Q -V' W X. V A 'Y'F'3f.f"'41 "fQx3Qf'5 r g. Q'-x . . I -5' 1'x1"'i t -lx? ' YY! ll Q-'Sl llll1ll'll'N lnnle-5. Frank Slruvlx. :mal llivlmrcl Slwvt- nork on llu- Nill'l0llN pivvv- of furniture- lllul ilu-3 aru- making in lln-ir Ifubim-I Waking vlan--. ,- ff" Polishing silverware. stretching curtains, and hemming rugs are only Boys as well as girls learn how to cook as Donald Douglas and a few of the many household arts taught to Nancy Campbell. Russell Richardson prove when cooking spaghetti. . . . and Future Home Maker The fine art of planning. preparing, and serving a meal are practised in the Home Economics demonstration kitchen and dining room. W. Q4 Phyllis Mote and lrenc Wit-lchcl arc also going to prove Learning the do's and don'ts of good manners in Social Practice arc Richard what good cooks they are by baking biscuits. Ford. Marcella Crist, Margaret Thompson, and Cale Sparks. XVIII-IN NlU'l'lll'Ilt was a Happer and Grandmother was a Gihson girl. it was imperative that they know how to cook and sew hefore they got inarried. Now, the girls go out into the husiness world and compete with the inen and don't worry ahout their lack of cooking and sewing knowledge. 'l'here are still solne girls, though, who feel that the hest profession in life is that of a wife and inother. These are our "Future Home Mothers." Girls at Tech learn everything from hudgeting and washing curtains to caring for the wee ones. liven the hoys, the future hushands, coine in for their share of Because girls should know how to nlake their own clothes. Janice llayelin learns how to cut out a pattern. S. , 13 sf, honie-niaking hy learning how to cook. In the Household Arts classes, girls learn how to polish silver, wash and stretch curtains. and hem rugs. In hoys' and girls' cooking classes finer points of cooking and serving are taught. Clothing presents girls with a chance to lnake their own clothes: and in the advanced class, Dressinaking, a chance to sew for others. Boys and girls in Social Practice learn to heconie socially niindful of the little courtesies in life. Any time girls in Millinery need new hats, they just whip up their own. In Cliilfl Care, future niothers learn how to hathe. entertain. and take care of their families-to-he. Besides learning nursery rhymes to tell to tots, girls in Child flare also learn the actual process of bathing a baby. -lk 4.8.2. f' 'TZ - .- COMMISSIONED OFFICERS--Bottom Row Cleft to rightjs Master Sergeant W. T. Campbell, instructorg Cadet Colonel Lloyd Cast, Lieutenant Colonels Clifford R. Lowery, Willianl Funkhouser, Robert Robinson. Second Row: Captains Howard Beaumont, Robert Dufek, Donald McClarney, John Anderson, William Baxter.. Russell Dennis. Top Row: First Lieutenants john Day, Donald Ruskaup, Morris Plummer, Rolla McAdams, John Hawthorne. 'There i omethiog About a olrlier' Espeoially at 'Pooh Theres Some- thing Fine About the Cadets Who Win atiooal Honors Every Year Principal Anderson congratulates Colonel Lloyd Cast, left, and Major Morris Plummer for winning Chicago Tribune outstanding cadet awards. -76- ALONG wrrn .x greater nunilmer of cadets enrolled than in recent years, tlie Reserve Officers 'l'raining Corps unit at Tech lieralded several "lirsts" aniong ISN-0-50 events. l"or tlie first tinle. tlie six Indianapolis lI.0.'l'.t'. units competed for niarksnxansliip lionors and 'l'eel1's unit won tlie niatcli witli a T08 to 702 out of a possilrle l.000 score over Sliort- ridge. Also on tlic list of firsts was tlie presentation of tlie C'llll'lIfj0 Trilmnc outstanding cadet awards to tlic 'l'ecl1 cadet eonnnander. Colonel Lloyd Cast. and to Cadet Major Morris I.. I,llllllIllL'l'. An innovation in tlie eurrieuluin concerned tlie otticers' and non-connnissioned ofiicers' tests. Instead ot' tlie foriner interrogation lay a lioard of review. a series of tliree practical tests was put lxefore eaeli candidate in addition to tlie usual tliree written examinations. And for tlie first tinie. all non- eonnnissioned ofiicers. down to sergeant. were perniitted to wear tlie "Ike" jackets inade popular by General Iiiscn- liower during YVorld tVar II. Due to tlie increase in tlie unit's size. seven girl sponsors were assigned tliis year. Serving tlie reginiental connnandcr was honorary Colonel Cliarlotte Green. wliile honorary I.ieu- tenant-Colonels Shirley Crini and Joan Ray were assigned to tlie liattalion connnanders. Honorary captains assigned to tlie eoinpany connnanders were Janet Cox. Joan Troxel, Betty Brock. and Joan Stewart. During tlie spring. tlie instructors Master Sergeant Ivil- liani T. Litllllllllljll. liead. and Sergeants Donald C. Ivinters and Cliarles R. Mori, primed and polislied tlie unit for tlie annual 1"ederal Inspection. lioping to win tlie 28th consecu- tive honor award. A special feature was tlie new Drill 'I'C21lll., nlade up of a picked squad of cadets and drilled by cadet Lieutenant Benny I.. Slietter. an Ariny veteran wlio returned to 'I'ecl1 for sonie post-graduate work. Yvhen one of the girl sponsors joins the Pruay ln lllfllllll staff. many a cadet sneaks a peek over I shou mr .1 ll cd -ts i .S-C' L X 3 N E IFYISNWY NON-CONIMISSIONED OFFICERS--Bottom Row fleft to rightjz Sergeants First Class George Pierce. Charles lord I'lrst We r,, int John Ballard, Ronald Brown., Donald Cooper. Master Sergeant YV. T. Campbell. instructorg First Sergeant james Smith WI ister Ner,1ant Joseph Sanders. Donald Inman. Sergeants First Class Clayton Graham. Kenneth Summers. Second Row: Sergeant First Iliss his X hby Sergeants Thomas Day. Robert Payne. Ernest W'ayman. Richard Williams. Ivan Bourn. Thomas Fentz. Benny Slleffer xllII'Ifl,,1 Erun Lawrence. Top Row: Corporals James Burford. Jack Mclntosh. Melvin Davis.. William Bandy. Larry Gregory. John Nlclxu Dnid llirrl Philip Oster. Billy W'hitis, Clyde Dedert. Ronald Schnitzius. Howard Kinney. Reading from the bottom to the top of thc Barrack steps are the 1949-50 sponsors: Honorary Colonel Charlotte Green. Honorary Lieutenant-Colonels Shirley Crim and ,loan Ray. and Honorary Captains ,loan Troxel. ,Ioan Stewart. .lanet Cox. and Betty Brock. -W-..,,,, - ,NY - fl, -.ianglff , sf. f mzliqgm iwiffywff, Q, 1" J .+Xf.X"'i1" f 'W"i"'.f:"f 'ft fw '. M.. .:zf+,,?.::z1.Qsf..- . M., 4. V . cf, 4... 'gift' -x.'4'V .nf . RIFLE TEAM-Bolton: Row Cleft to rightQ: Privates Paul R. Horton, James Comer, and Robert llall, Serge-ants Ahcs A-heb. Kenneth Summers. and Corporal james Berfcrt. Top Row: Lieutenant Col- onels William Funkhouser and Clifford R. Lowery, Cap- tain ,Iohn Anderson. Lieuten- ants Thomas Nlarkey and Donald Ruskup. and First Sergeant Ronald Brown. Chatting at the Military Ball are Col. P. T. Snowden, Col. Peter C. Bullard. and Principal H. H. Anderson. The cadets are pleased with the bowl made of ice which held the punch served at the Christmas Ball. N . 'ii , n Onc of the curly fall chores is to unpack and clcan thc rifics of thc grease on each and every part. 11, With thc Barracks hchinfi. thc lunchroonl ahcati. ilu- thrcc military instructors Clcft to rightj. Nlastcrf'Scrgcant W'illiam T. 1:illlllllH'il. hczul. and Scrgcants Donald D. Wintcrs and ffharlcs R. Niori. atrikc out for "chown" 'G 1 I 1 1 1 I N x 'Q cz A -A I4 M 421--., lm A' Q' Q . I mm A ..,- I A l Un Arlnistice- Day. Tu-ch'f Wlarching lianfl. thc Nlajor- cttca. and thc Drum Nlajor accompany thc Tcch unit ' which forms a big part of thc traditional display of Indi- anapolis' military organizations paracling through tht- city'a hcart in honor of thc mcn ami W'0llll'll who hau- givcn the-ir lin-5 in wars. T9- urifino' Green Prove Prowess -.xxn w1'1'11 .x mighty swi11g of his tennis racket, Casey swats another llOlllCl' across the finish li11e to put Tech's basketball team ahead by o11c tOUClltl0Wll.., Slightly juinbled and diliicult to understand? True, but it does lllCllll0ll a few of the sports i11 wl1icl1 the Tech JKCZIIIIS conlpctc. Headed by a crew of capable coaches who co111bi11e skill. staniina. Zlllfl sportsnianship to produce Cllillllpltlll- ship teanis. the field of athletics l1as grown to take the lead i11 extra-curriculai' activities. lvith tl1e additio11 of powerful lloodlights a11d a IICXV electric scoreboard i11 tl1e vt: -1, Ie. , , . A- rf- B ,ul Scb00l' Lighthouse, which enables night competition, Tech has one of tl1e finest high school stadiums i11 Indiana. School spirit Etllfl sportsmanship rank high, just as tl1e quality of the teams produced by the school ra11ks high. Competing i11 tl1e perennially tough North Central Con- ference, tl1e ATS basketball, football, track, baseball, golf, tennis, Hllll wrestling teams prove their prowess in their respective Helds by cl1alki11g up excellent records. Credit is due both coaches flllfl students who give so IllLICl1 time a11d edort toward tl1e betterment of the Ar- senal Technical Schools and its citizens. u Au-enqlTechn1c1I Schools A "" ,,,. BASKETBALL sciisnuuz jiifiil 1114111950 vmisirv SCHEDULE f In umm: ,J : . L 9,5 ,mi Atunnl TocLn Nov. 23- Wsrxen Central jg 16 K 4' ,,, 9 Nov 26- Howe 51 H 3, 19 4 Schools Dec 2- At Newcastle 5 X 'technical 7 Jo A VARSITY 4, Ayseva Dec 9A Frankfort i A 'Q an awww WALL Sul 32 Z8 . " il fist WU 19 49 F' If'.I'Z'7 12 sa 23.121 , f- . - " an - t g hi F ggpti 6-1-tovziengg 5 G Y O RESERVE Im 7. W Jqsnspan 45 730 . ' sw' WN' 553' T3 -Q mi ww' I ' 3 as mam 5 ' 'W -p - '0.At VW, , -' ' - an,I.Ad .li J D Sfpi-'31 Ricxiuihd ,Lfll-f ' S ,hifon if O lan 14- Million :if IZ iii? A oct. ' , f--ff' . Ou ' ' ' I ff 41 Kokomo J 7 .V QS' 6 - Us Attacks iq IZ In. 20- At Lalavette 3 1' :fi . A 04' 1 al OC, 13. CNW X 7 Z. 3 g J6 ' ' 1 Odfgfsgziani se . .Q 0.1.18-A1Cd'hi.dfi..e 1 0 'Y fn fi 2' 3' 53 . ' ' ' . VY Y' ' 5ho!' , an, F th.d l ' Eu , asv- 4,w5hgq,,,., k go W 19 Nov. 3- At' b won ll O Feb 3 Ma P M 37 14 A, FQ, Nofluf, lgggag' O U Nw 10-Was 1 Ml ' ' 'won ,Jo 42. , A ii? 'i 'Nav' TB- Sho Longshore Couch Geoliilixe glvixander Feb' 7' Shonndqe '30 Couch Howaijallarb Pelle' Asif Coach 'lo Feb 10. Richmond 3 8 - 'ig 555 Aut.CocCl1' FRESHMEN Feb 11- cnspu, Atxucka 47 44 , F b,17-A S is W 6 Ak ecuthcexi -52 it 2 'Kokomo 47 0 t. ' ' ' "4 'V . c 13-www C-anus! iq 0 SECTIONAL E5 - Om is- At sms Bi:-el' I 7 1 Feb 23- Tech 5gww.cenf1.,13Q Ffa' Od, 'f-2.c.ahes1s1 0 0 Feb 24' Tech 45aWHh"'9""' 30 FSL Od.W3.5,h01n.aqe Q 4 1 F.-1-. 15. Tech Sl Howe 34. 35, Nm lO- Atwathinslen 0 ,.,- Feb. 25, Tech yi awed ample 35 'ff . NOV- Stews!! '-lvl' L.-I cm.. ivsuiweiisylixiit-A-fall.: REGIONAL egg - . 4 9. is , Con ASS, couch. M.-mn 4. T-1Ch5?F'1a.n Townshiplf 'mg - Y " Merch 4' Techf6Ax1derson 50 lil ,l1 SEMI-FINAL Tech sports enthusiasts go all out for those dashing gridiron boys when they assemble at the lighted field for football. fr' March 11- Tech M Madison .ff Alhlellc nwcfm- C P, mq,.,,.,, Vw-ww Co-uh H 'r 1-ima,-. One of the newest additions to Tech is the lighthouse scoreboard 011 the football field, built with funds solicited by alumni and the '49 seniors. Z '1 1 x ,-1. I I V H Tht- pole- xzuultvr rut:-s an big vlnw-r for his flaring li tlal :ls an lbs aw., I , A Am... lu.t.,n.1. TRACK SCH 1950 1950 -,z , 1 yAhylTY " I. V, - t " gy-, 1 ' A . . ls I .4 "' ' .ml .4 lv U ' 4 " Aww v- vs.-'-'ur' ' 'Q l Aw.. 4 lf V "N X A Ah. 1-jl'X1A, 1 , MU I l 1 . - , b J' l lh.,--' ' M l yn 1 . M. K' "W, , -x, Af. I sn- 'L 'Q V 'll' ' ' I si s :KVA .--"' , I of . - I I I ZIIIPIIIIHN :ls Iran-lt holels its own in the- fanoritv spring sport . ,,.. 1 M V N I A..-1......sf..N-.. l95O TENNIS SCHEDULE ml' -L' .N--.v 195O 1 l ,Q V -. -,v,gL.strx' N s -1. rw ,,, l' vt r . x ,, ' "Ju" A Ir L1., s., 1 Arm ,a r-...L sem! Av . l p., ,, M A.--,1 zo P..1sfvwox H Arnl 7Q Nm1ulFlPl'l' A, UW M" HH ll -:-4 u.. 2-A1 Andmm M' 1 ' vm. r,.'.,L.,:.w, ur. 4 mn..-hm,n4 M- n l ,wpnf-. L Q Rumi v,,.,, ,km In Mu 5 n,,,m,p,,. M, Mu 8-Shmmftci N4 H A lm. Wm" In Qimullnn At l A' ":"r"' "-'hw 1lKokomo "V Lvr 1'.'l:.vt'm,n,xI Hu ' B , W, L P , M., L6-Muncm MW Q, CCM IMMMEZ-' M11 U3 N N" cud' lf-'1 v' L ftlsn-lm...-la, Y Mn, 13,M.ncn 5,ml.5u,1m 1n,,,,,MpJlm Nav 25-Lmwlv M'-v 4. n.Cr.mm..s K A K' ' Mu 29-At Blond Rupwle V Y P21715-tljtlllt Rmhnmfhi M,-. '7 S-WH 'K' ' ' ' "-ff w M -tml g f MSCI-'WIA4-wt cmfh Pm..-v fclfwn xnfll,.,,.,i.f,l.- ' ' . , Lrfcflv Earl W En.-tnq-ag f 1. , ., . 1950 Rvgionul vhumpions proudly 1-xhihit thc-ir hlovlx T hlamlu-ts gin-n with oth:-r awards at thc' haslu-tlmll ZISSPIIIIDIQX ht-lrl in thvir honor. The- most important part of any ganna' is thc- spvrtu- tors whosv 1-llc-vrs ring out as tht-y risv :luring nn vxriting monn-nt. Two of thc- lllill tznlglvrs who 4-anno through with at winning cluul llll'l'l rc-rorcl pl'il1'lit'l' the- holels lhvy llsl on thvir opponvnts. .xx . ' S' "'-'s. ' XY A . -1 tk' I 5 . Y U . . w..-'s. 'l.Tr VARSITY FOOTBALL-Bottom Row Cleft to rightjz Nick Jannitides, James Wilson, Michael Walker, Russell Meadors, Allen Meyerrose, Student Manager Donald Moon Cin frontj, Gene Turnipseed, Donald Scharbrough, Norman Wilson, Anthony Zilson, Herbert Quandt. Second Row: Charles Skivers, Gerald Koehler, Merle Horton, John Gilson, Myron Moriarity, Charles Morris, Gilbert Bierman, Dallas Lyons, Edward Clark. Patrick Amore. Third Row: Assistant Coach George Mihal, Assistant Coach Wallace Potter, Jack Woolen, Bradley Shelton, Robert Neff. Samuel Stuckhardt, Leslie Gerlach, Thomas Markey, .IOItie Davidson, Coach Howard P. Longshore, Athletic Director C. P. Dagwell. Top Row: W'illiam Norris, James Fagan, Harry Romeril, Peter Lupus, Philip Rushton, Thomas Davis, Bryce Bledso, Joseph Sexson, Donald Lineback. Driving 'Purimen Bring Home the Bacon Y Fnoxr ANY Axulm, the I'ecl1 '49 pigskin picture was a smashing success. Combined efforts of alumni and seniors brought lights to the Greenclad stadium, the varsity grid- mcn finished their season with one of the best records in many years, reserves finished an unbeaten, untied season Coach Howard Longshore receives the N.C.C. Championship trophy from Mr. Loren Chastain. president of N.C.C., at the football banquet. Ha' . 1 Q X to cop the city championship, and frosh lost a couple of close ones to wind up with a three and three record. The Big Green, piloted by Coach Howard Longshore, assisted by George lilihal and VVallace Potter, a new- COIDQI' to Tech, really 'throught home the bacon" in the form of the first undisputed championship of the North Central Conference in Techis long and successful foot- ball career. The closest any of the previous Tech grid teams had come to that honor was the year the '39 squad tied with Kokomo for the top spot. This yearis eleven sailed through all five conference games with wins, including a victory over a powerful lluncie Central team, the first in thirteen years! Closest squeak was with an underrated Kokomo team, Tech winning, 7 to 6, on Ge11e Turnipseed's point-after- touchdown. Gene was dubbed t'The Golden Toe," "Ol, rkL1t0Ill21tlC,,, and many other names because of his un- canny accuracy on the PAT's. In city competition, the Greenclads bowled over a Howe eleven in the opener, 920 to 6, and then "lowered the boomv on the Fightin' Irish of Cathedral by a score of Q1 to 6. The Greenclads realized the full meaning of the old proverb, "Time marches on,,' for that's exactly what it did in the IVashington-Tech inter-city scrap. The Green and YVhite uscoredi' about two seconds after the game-ending gun had sounded. It was all to no avail, -8-2- -1 .I V V - -- N - ,f. f I 4,12 A 'jf' Q H kg, xx ,1 n .. S5 Q-ffqawia QQ 'SSE S3 lm,-. gif 1:59 nikki, 9 . ,, ff -If-H 123. 2 jg Z .-?'94v,5Q2,2f'E ,SSI 9' 'g 4 'fu Q 5 I K .fl I J i-A1611-'fi'-Q ' f-'M3 5 55? 5,6 . . , r'?F" "'1' " f Q - xg?-I :gag I fm L5 A. M U'-.xv X I t "' 41 ' 34" J a' X X-M N 1 'V G '12 ffl Y Vg J: I 1 ' , r .9 X-4 M s. if N 1 , 'A I- 1 4 is ' V " 6' Hg E' 2? N ARNITX BANKETBAII Bottom Row Cleft to r1,,htD Dean Throckmorton. Richard Wills. Donald Dobbs, Cin frontj Kenneth W'ilson, tudent mana,cr Le he Nell Wlwron Morlarltw and W llllalll Roepke. Top Row: Coach Herman T. Hinshaw, Ernest Cline, Joseph Sexson, lharle En,lerth Frank Horton and Athletic Director Charles P. Dagwell. The Greenclad Var ity Win Regional Nor oNLY DID Tech's veteran varsity basketeers, coached by Her- man Hinshaw with Reserve Coach Moorhead assisting, start off their season with a "bang,,, but they also terminated it with the same gesture. The Hbangi' that started the season was a 50-to-26 slaughter of Tvarren Central. The 'cbangn ending it was the post- season venture into the State Basketball Tourney when the Big Green eliminated six teams before being dropped from play by Madison's Cubs in the Semi-Finals, 55 to 46, on the Butler Field House Hoor. liadison went on to win the State Championship. Following the close of a successful 15-3 season, the balanced squad waded into the perennially tough 16-team Indianapolis Sectional and emerged with its second in a row, and its third in the five years with Mr. Hinshaw coaching. It was Techis eleventh Sectional Cll21lllIJi0I1Sl1lp. The following week the jinx as held by the Anderson Indians was broken as the Greenclads downed the Redskins, one of the top favorites for the State title, 56 to 50, and thus graduated to the Semi-Finals. It was Tech,s fifth Regional Crown. The third round of eliminations proved to be the fatal one for the Big Green as it lost to an experienced Madison five, 55 to 46. lladison was runner-up in the I9-L9 t0l11'IlCy. I.ast year's junior-studded net squad lost just two members. This year's aggregation was reduced to ten, adding sophomore .Ioe Sexson to replace Tom Pollom, who received his diploma last June. This season's predominant starting five was Iilrnie Cline and Joe Sexson at forwards, Charles Iinglerth at center, and Bill Boepke and Myron lioriarity at guards. Tech held its second annual Tech Invitational Tourney, De- cember IT, and won it handily by fClOIIfillIll'Il on Page 912 1' f if fr -uf' mv 4 5.4 RESERVE lf.-XSliETBAl.l,-Holloln Row flvft to rightlz Sit-phott Dillingvr. Freda-rit'k Sta-in. Thomas lfiddt-ngt-r. sludvnt ntanaga-r: liar Mvadors. William Shannon. Yvilliam Evans. Frank lfvaslc-y. Sevonll Raw: Roln-rt Bishop. My ron Garland. Xxilllilllll Ylillt-r. llarold lpdilw xxiilllillll Norris. Donald Illllvllllfli. Top Row: Coach Pow:-ll YY. Nloorln-ad. Phillip Bolts. Uilln-rt B4'lI'Ill1lIl. Uillwrt Tale-. Alltlvtit' llirt-4-tor Charlvs l'. Dagwvll. FRESIINIAN ll.-XSKETBAl,l,-Bolton: Row flvft to rightlz Richard Thurman. Rolrvrl Morris. Studvnt Manage-r xxlllllillll Skaggs. Fra-d 0 Buses. Jann-s Exams. Dale Koa-nig. Ronald Strain. Svrorul Row: Ronald ,lat-kson. Thomas Lt-xings. xxdllllllll South. Ronald Broun. Hit-hard Doughty. l.awrvnt't- Mason. Charles Palmer. T011 Row: Assistant Coach Xvallam' l'otlt-r. Williatn llargis. P1-rrp Rodman. Kc-nne-th Rum-lu-rs ft-ldt. Nlorris Wray. tlllllfll James E. Stewart. Athvltit' Dirvvtor Charlos l'. Dagwc-ll. w i 1 N -8.3- Wre tling Sea on End A Track Begin Tnii UI.. unl'x'r 'N' uno.xx1-Las, the wrestlers, u1'2lSSClCCl,, their way to their second straight season without a defeat in dual encounters. Yvith Coach Yvilliam Treichler at the helm, the Green wrestlers sailed through thirteen oppo- nents and the llarion County Tourney. Their actions in the State Bleet, however, were aptly put by one of the members-"lVe didn't do so hot." Tech failed to place in the final tourney this year. lYrestling made its debut just three years ago and Coach Treichler's team made it known to other schools that it was the team to beat. The sport has been received with much enthusiasm by the students, faculty, and Indi- anapolis citixens in its three-year stay here. Thcre's a reason for everything, and the reason Tech always turns out an excellent track team every year is cooperation--coolaeration between two coaches who have been working together at Tech for twenty-four consecu- tive years. Coach Paul H. Myers and Coach Rueben C. Behlmer are the men. Coach llyers specializes in the track events and Coach Behlmerls favorites are the field events. These two men have been coaching together longer than any two coaches in Indianapolis. They co- piloted this year's Green cinder-burners in quest of more honors to add to the already long list of awards accumu- lated by previous Tech trackmen. 1"ormer Tech track teams have the remarkable record of having won 19 of the last 23 Sectionals and 14 of 16 City Championships. They have never missed placing in the State. Last year's balanced squad handed an Ander- son track team its first dual meet defeat in thirteen years! Answering the call this year were eight track letter- men a11d sixteen boys who had won letters in other sports -guaranteeing Tech of another fine track season. This year also brought the possibility of night track meets. Tech's fine stadium is very aptly suited for this purpose as the lights used for the illumination of the gridiron could be focused on the track. The total wattage of the lights is 90,000. Running right alongside with track is the c1'oss-coun- try aggregation, also coached by Paul ltlyers. The fleet- footed distance men came through in fine style this year, winning three of four dual meets, placing second in the North Central Confe1'ence, City, and Sectional meets, and copping sixth place in the State meet, held at Indianapolis. YVRESTLING-Bottom Row Cleft to rightjz Danny Edgars, Jack Woolen, Merle Horton, Herbert Quandt, Anthony Zilson, Donald 1VIcClarney, Robert Foster, Patrick Amore, Norman Walker, Robert Keough. Second Row: William Lampkin, Robert Montgomery, Philip Kenworthy, Carl Bledsoe, Dell Hickman, Edgar Lamb, Rocco Zappia, Gale Sparks, Robert Pollak, William Pruitt. Top Row: Coach W'illiam Treichler, Assistant Coach George Mihal, Darrell Dusang, Robert Seffers, Donald Hale, Bryce Bledsoe, Ernest Witten, Robert Fitzgerald, Athletic Director C. P. Dagwell. x , i X .1 ?'W I x Q 86- Y.-KRSl'l'Y .NND RESERVE TRACK TEAMS-Bolton: Row fleft to righlf: Yvilliam Connelly. l.arry Fable. Richard Tinnell. Don Uoley. -Allen Hey errose. Roland Cibson. Harry' Todd. Robert jump. Robert Cross. Merle llorton. Wvilliam Norris. Norman Wilson. Second Row: james Farson. Gene Lindner. Robert Shuffield. Eugene Turnipseed. james Edwards. Don l,in4-back. Charles Englerth. Cilbert Bierman. William Sullivan. Ronald Taggart. Robert lluey. Don Yvyatt. Third Row: Cene james. Ray Yan llusum. Frank Morton. Vkiilliam Ilankins. john Deuser. Howard llueber. Robert Young. Darrell Dusang. john l'ervis. Robert Campbell. Fourth Row: James Johnston. Dale Mueller. Jerry 0'Rear. Daniel Edgar. john Nl'W'lll2lIl. Don Crose. James Veatch. Niels Jannetides. Ceorgc Yvalsh. Coach Yvilliam Treichler. Top Row: Coach Rueben Behlmer. Don Albershardt. Wrilliani Mills. David Lewis.. Richard W'inkles. Kenneth Yvarner. Phillip Clelland. ,lack Cline, Coach James Stewart. and Athletic Director Charles Dagwell. CROSS-C0l'NTRY SQl'AD-Bottom Row Cleft to rightlz ,lack Sweeney. Richard Ellington. Robert Young. William Connelly. james Farson. Jerry Rurks. Larry Craham. Second Row: Robert Brenton. Cene Lindner. Leo Ceorge. ,lack Cline. Arthur Taggert. john l'urxis. Charles Palmer. Robert liuey. Doyne Fiscus. Top Row: Athletic Director Charles P. Dagwell. Cornell Sims. Donald llale. liernard Self. Daniel Edgar. james Edwards. Robert Campbell. William: Cull. Coach Paul E. Meyers. Not pictured. Robert Cross. -87- C QE g ,.,,s. A ,Hi t F I 1 v K' ' Q . :lm 1 Q n i lxxikfjfil, X , A 2 x '1 Q lr1jgf?'2 pp xxvv' "' lx R l , X N l l lg in X X T t y r . L 1' hi' -T l , fi Q D j 1 A Q l it X . A' ' its "ltfM?c' X A I N VARSITY BASEBALL-Bottom Row Cleft to rightlz Joseph Sexson, Harold Updike, John Farson, Richard Wills, Student Manager Clarkson Coffin. Clifford McNichol, Robert Dagwell, William Shannon, Gene Nash. Second Row: Herman Bruder, Thomas Fitzpatrick., Xvilliam Huitt. Alden Waienberg, ,lack Butram, Willianl Norris, Donald Riggs, Robert Harris. Third Row: Coach George Sprague, Assistant Coach Howard Longshore. James W'oolgar, Williallm Evans, Daniel Christian, James Fagan, Myron Garland, Robert Bishop, Robert Priest.. Athletic Director C. P. Dagwell. Uluhs, Upike , ,nt liouket Are pring Tool livl-:nr srnixo. the cogs in the machinery of the nation's favorite pastime, hasehall, start to move and at Techtown it is no exception. Head Coach George Sprague, assisted hy Howard Longshore, sent out his call for various talent throughout the campus and held his first full-strength practice sessions du1'ing spring vacation. This year promised to he another victorious one as seven letter-men returned to resume their diamond chores. They were veteran hurlers Gene Nash and Bob Harris: infielders Myron illoriarity, Harold lvpdike, Dick lvills, and Joe Sexsonq and catcher John l"arson. The '-1-9 season found Tech winding up with a 153-won, fi-lost. and 1-tied record, including a second-place spot in the North Central Conference race with an 8-and-1 slate. .Xnderson held the front slot with a 9-and-1 record. In local competition, the going was rougher when the liast-siders tasted defeat twice, along with four wins. Highlighting the campaign was a city tournament held at Victory l"ield in which Tech lost to Broad Ripple's City Champs, 10 to 1. This yearls schedule of fourteen games and the City Tourney will open against Southport on the Cardinal diamond. Not all sports can claim the spotlight, but two, Teeh's golf Zlllfl tennis, certainly deserve a g1'eat deal more recognition than they receive. Attendance for the major- ity of these meets was in one figure last year, even though hoth squads turned in excellent records. Coach Powell lXIoorhead's tennis teams have turned in outstanding records during the two years under his guid- ing hand. Displaying a clean slate and the City and N.C.C. Conference crowns for their ,118 season's work, the Grcenclads swept through the ,419 season to win the City title and tie for top Conference honors. Two returning lettermen, VVilliam Dankert and Ken- ton Leonard, will spark the 1950 drive with VCTOITIIIS Gene Turnipseed, Jerry 0'Dell, and Thomas Robinson also promising to he tough eourtmen this year. Scott. Teal, letterman, will head the 350 golfers under Coach Earl Ensinger. Ranked fC0ntilnued on Page901 88- fb ,QSCQ f-Dx ,qi- C gig" - i AY-CI-1 511.53 1 x X . m -1 at In ' :All 4.2 -4 1 EC EC 62'-:H 6 'Q I I 8 tix 5 H '.,fpA.1 Qui , 202' PQ -'I ,,- f X 0 Kbbw' 0 0 0 V Q P 6 TENNIS--llollnln Row Clvfl to rigllllz ,lc-re' lgl'lN'llll'l. lfllgvlu- Tllrnipu-vcl. lu n lon IA'0llill'fl. Williaun Uunlsvrl. llvntun llnrlzln. Top Row: lfnawll Pom-ll Munr- lu-aul. Tlloiiuis Robinson. Tlunnus Biel- flingor. lfrm-sl lla-nningvr. ,lc-rry 0'D4-ll. Atlllvtiv Dirvvlor lf. l'. Dzlgxu-ll. fi4V,l,l'w-Bllfflilll Row Clvfl to rigllljz llvnry llirlx. 656' 1 604, . W , 'A - - 'U' nmuiugl, mul - 1 -Y QVC? EC 45577 'Y 5' QQCH nuuuiliium WEWANAQJL5 - MAMJUJD env-'WX ,lon-pll Harbin. Svnlt Te-ul. Dnnzllil Slvinluunp. Top Row: Coavll E. Wi. Enaingvr. Dznid Smith. jenna-- Noffliv. Tlliilllili Linn--. Allllvlic Dire-1-lur Dugwvll. f:r'1x rf fu fr 11 11. l'. r HllN.l L The- fQl'1't'lN'lilflH. 1950 Re-gionzil vluunpimn. pm-rs-lu-fl on the- laflflvr of surm-sf. vxpra-as rliffvrf-nl :lc-grew nl' lmppim-aa aflvr flowning .-Kllrlvrsolfs lnrlians in llw final gains' of lllv Regionals. - S9 - 'K ff! s N X .1 1 fqsglx Sgb 'XA' 'Ni' xv XA' ,gk R23 4+ XA, 'lurlmen Bring llomefthe Bacon ffontinizwl from Page .snag succession to earn the city championship. Their closest scrape was a 20-to-19 thriller with Short- ridge. Tech's youngest pigskin pushers, the freslnnen, hurdled their first three obstacles, but tripped up on the remaining three to give Coaches Paul Wet- zel's and James Stewart,s squad a .500 average for the season. Injuries were heavy this year. All three teams combined managed to use, believe it or not, a little under two miles of adhesive tape, administered by student managers Charles Billiu, Donald liloon, and Jack Payne. lVhen the curtain fell on the Teclmical Pigskin Parade at the annual football banquet, Coach Longshore announced that the team was one of the finest he'd ever coached, its victories due to fine playing and gi eat team spnit and coopeiation During its second year the Majorettes' crew includes Cleft to right, Kathleen White. Paula Hawkins, Phyllis jones, and Patricia Manley. Club , pikeg 'll' Rocket ffonfinucd from Page SSQ high this year are Joseph Harbin and Donald Stein- kamp, a transfer from Batesville. Last year's fairway men turned in a fine season, winning 12 of 16 events. They failed to defend their '-L8 State Championship successfully. however, but placed a very respectable third. Tech won the I.aPorte Invitational last year with a record-breaking 317, replacing the former 319 record. An after-school physical education activity is girls, basketball. Pictured are Anita Sturgeon, Marilee Seaborg, Mary O'Fallon, Clara Warliiotll, Lillian Burns, Esther Parker, lnlo- gene Brosman. Coaches are Miss Sarah Margaret Hope and Mrs. Rose Marie Libbert. l -90- l Leading the sports parade and every , parade in which the Marching Band , ' takes part is Ronald Nickel in re- l splendent shako and uniform. The lireenolad lar'iI3y Win' Regional gf'miiifmfff1 from lmyf- N91 downing llowe, -H' to 558. ancl liroatl Ripple, 4-fi to MH. The Greens' only sethaelxs of the ealnpaign eaine from New t'astle, Anderson. ancl Muncie. 'l'eeh pnllexl in the fourth spot in the N.l'.C. raee. Another aeeoniplislnnent ereclitecl to this year's sqnacl is the fity Cllalnpionship with eight straight eonqnests anal no rlefeats. Vllllt'L'll2lllllJl0llSl1lll battle was stagetl in the Green gym, l"ehrnai'y 11. with Crispus Attnelis. 'l'eeh won ont, +9 to -H+. In an all-school assenihly. March 225. all ten boys on the varsity squatl., eight seniors. one junior, anal one sophomore, were pre- sentecl with nialior awarcls. .Xlthongh sinooth hall-hanclling, eool shooting, anml halaneecl scoring provetl to he the inalior factors in the teain's sneeessfnl season. lanrels shonlcl he plaeecl on the heatls of Coach Herman Hinshaw anrl of Assistant Coach Powell Moorheacl who grooniecl the boys through their first two years of basketball. An interesting note eoneerning the outgoing seniors, eight in nuniher, is that they have lost only sixteen games out ofthe eighty they have playecl in their four years of basketball at Tech. An- other is that ust eight players fouled out in the eighteen season games ancl four in the seven tourney galnes, a shining example of Clan play, eharaeteristie of Greenelacls. :.f ' S " SH .Lag , :tug-:LN Always on the job and on its toes. tlle elleerleutling squad, shown in aetion at a pre-football game pep session in the gym.. is greatly responsible for the new surge in 'l'eeh's school spirit. filllilill l.EADERS-Holloln Row Cleft to riglltlz Sandra NYoorl- mansee. Elaine Anderson. ,Ioyee Rateliff. Num-y Snyder. S:-emul Role: ,lean Ralelifl. ,luclith Wiool- gar. l'llyllis Toller. Arlene Zum- bon. ,loan Troxel. Top Rune: Robert llerting. Rayo Glenn. Lawrenee I"l't'lIl'l'l. Not pieturerl. Donald Smith. Robert Lyons. William Hoon. sponsor. -ill- "YoV cxxx .x1.w.xYs tell a freshman by his map," fa map of the school, that isj so the old saying goes. For the fi1'st week of school this map is the freshman's best friend. The first big event for the tenderfeet is the Freshman Assembly on the first clay of school. They attend it with shaking hands and knocking k11ees. Next comes the Freshman Mixer where they become acquainted with each other. "Freshman Follies" give those frosh a chance to show their talents. By this time they are well acquainted with t the school. Then before they know it, theyire sopho- mores, uniors, and SCIllO1'S. By then they,re looking back on their freshman days and laughing. of A 5 Lb. in ws-, W'hen the dismissal hell rings. the "tenderfeet" attend their first real big event of the year. the Freshman Assembly. In his sponsor room Mr. James Butler enrolls freshmen who will soon find out that beautiful flowers are his trademark. uf' 1 F7 ll yi 6 f' Grunts and groans with now and then a giggle can be heard from Many freshmen are forced to resort to the Campus Directory in the freshmen as llr. Powell Moorhead gives them their daily order to find their way to one of the many buildings. It IS a blg workout in the-ir physical education classes. help, especially if they lose their guide map. -92- f ., 1 0 ,I ' If ' r'Y A, ff:-f-'N- I - V l l 1 ,., I' I I" ' .1 If ' 131- ly Q A v -- V ' ' l 5 ' Lu NW ' - ' L .MLA igiw . . ' ' 1. . . , A. , ,. . ' ' ' , , ' ' . , , 5 Z hm l 1.1-ll nts ,x sms AIDIJIIIUN. No, ll s.llnl tl xuu Iunlrlnng. .1 uuu 'Q ig' if--59. ' ,l zuulnlorulm. or eu-n il IIUXN' roman. ll s llu- l'lj,flllll grzulm-rs ulum ' .'- 1 'I f I 4 K . . . . Q . b '53 ll l K' """" IllI'IUll'll llu' Uillllllllh lust lull lu-eallse ol llu- on-rtlou ol llu ,I :L1'l'illli'Si'llUUlS.'lllll'lI'lll'2l1l4ilI2ll'll'l'Sill'l'HH llu' llnirfl fiom- ol' llu .I1'sen:ll. 'l'lu'y use llu' lower sleps lo go lo :mul from flu-in . l'l2l5Nl'S. "'l't-4-lfs lilIlllL'l'Q'2ll'll'llN ln' flu- llppm-1'c'luss1ne11. Mr. George Sprague. eighth grade direetor. enrolls some of the pupils of Teeh's first eighth grade. lt's all in a day's work for eighth graders to climb three flights of stairs two or three times a day. Jack Bryan is a typical eighth grader. Q 1 lim - 'V I , 7, - rf AA I t ,ff- .l0l'RNAl,lSll Iil,lvIslSl'llfl'I' Cleft to rightl: Shirley lnger. Stanley Farley. Donald llelnl. sponsor: .-Inita llopvsood. Nlyrna lnnis. Slllllllillgf john Kraft. lfannie Ilan- llailey. Dorothy llnblnle. Ilan ,lo Stewart. Iona liakas. xlllflllil Ann Owen. Ronald Sims. l.u Ellen Dearinger. - 925 - You Wolff see flu'm wzuulc-ring' :nroulul uilll lost exprm-ssions u'lu'n llll'.X'il'L' lll'l'Nllllll'll lM'i'illlSL'llll'.Y.X'l'2lll'1'2lIl.X' luul lo It-:tru llu map of flu- ezuululs. 'l'lu-.V can lu- sa-eu u1:11'c'l1ingg sirlgll- film- lo Il elussestllut are in ollu-1' lulilrlings, llll'NL'Q"l'iUll'l'N ul1o:ll'e will-ll 0ut of the Classroom and llnto the tinge. An impressive ceremony that opens all assemblies is the Parade of Colors. The color guard consists of Cleft to right, Robert Standeford, William Hughett, Robert Hall. Dennis Cramer, and Paul Wymall. BR r:.xTHif:s 'rHr3Ri-: a Techite with soul so dead who never to himself has said, "VVhen are we going to have another assembly?" Those are the days the questionists love, the assembly days. Freshmen quaked in their boots as they attended the Freshman Assembly on the first day of school. Avid backers of the teams thronged the football, basketball, and wrestling assemblies. The Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra concert with Dr. Fabien Sevitsky directing gave one of the most enjoyable programs. The "Bles- siah," presented by the Choir at Christmastime, thrilled Techites and the radio listening audience, while "Naughty llariettan scampered across the hearts of all who saw this Choir operetta. The Band Fest and lNIid-VVinter llusic Festival de- lighted the audiences as did the shenanigans of the casts at the Education lVeek Assembly. The English depart- ment gave programs all day long in the Forum in honor of James Vvhitcomb Riley,s birthday. "VVhat are you going to do with your life?" was the theme of a talk given during National Youth VVeek. The 4'Freshman Follies" put the younger ones of Tech in the spotlight again, and the 1950 "Sketchbook" rocketed "Up and Atom" to success. The UNESCO program, given by the Radio Expres- sion class, the Band and Orchestra concerts, and the Eighth Grade and lXIay lNIusic Festivals were spring programs which all enjoyed. The Choir, directed by J. Russell Paxton, presented one of its most delightful performances when it gave the Hswashbucklingn operetta, "Naughty Marietta" at Caleb Mills Hall, with Gaylord Allen, dramatic director, and a selected orchestra assisting. eil 14 tak Lgpllill A7 , i , lf' , 4 A r ' f u 1 1 2 gf-1 e 94: - V, J it x 1' 1- X M x ik' llf 32 'KW' 4w"ff4x f-45 1. I it -' www' 'I Y AY' D 1 I s I Eg, lair 'Y v ,' 2 V 9 - . .Q '. 4- -wb. I ' 'A 4' 1 ' ' I A 'silk L. - ll 1 4 zz ii"i-' 1 'n 1- -' . , Extra Aativitia Develop Latent Talent: trausa School Intaret , , , . . . . 1 ICCH s N111 lcnovs CXt1'21-CU1'l'IClll2Il' 21CtlVlt1CS help develop latent talents and arouse interest ill school in everyone from freshies to seniors. Dances, talent shows such as the "Sketch- hookw and the ii1'l1'CSlllll21Il Follies " smeeial 1 l IJl'Ug1'21lllS and assenlhlies highligllt the school year. Two big events this year were the Col- lege Tea and that festival of fun, the lllardi Gras. The Tu Timers, Gloria and Glenna Martin, play the marimba and the accordian on the "Freshman Follies" program. With "Westward Hoi' as its theme. the '49 "Sketchbook" galloped out to the old west not only for its setting but for many of its colorful costumed acts. C1 f'lHll'fI'S!l nf Iffrlirlulrpolis Sim' - S16 - Betty Wilson and Sue Staton attend the Pan-Hellenic tea for college-going seniors at the Governor's home. Myra Gills and Raymond Wilson put on their best ubibs and tuckers" to become "A Couple of Swellsf' C0llI'fl'S1l nf Indianapolis News -1' I I I ' P - ' TEBHALUHNISGBI -if fu neglxlxl n I QE, f MAnmcnAsnnAu x - .ill I r.f.E I Al 1 "ali 1 ' I- Jlqf. 5 l I-I-llfl 'W 'Q 0 I Tvchtown eel lt llrllent Helper After they have cooked and served more than three thousand hungry Techites the lunchroom workers sample their own cooking. '1TlCC'li C'Ol'I,DN"l' get along without its lunchroom workers. Vnder the supervision of lirs. Elizabeth Ross, who keeps things going smoothly, the forty- scven workers cook and serve the delicious, wholesome food which hungry Tech students consume in large quantities each lunch period. The huge kitchen, which is fully equipped with the most modern con- veniences, helps minimize the gigantic task of pre- paring and serving hot meals to thousands of stu- dents and teachers each day, not to mention the numerous extra luncheons Zlllfl dinners which the women prepare for special occasions. llr. Edward C. Hamilton, head of the Blain- tenance staff, has under his supervision what almost amounts to a s111all army of workers. Two day watch- men, four night watchmen, one window washer, no less than thirty-one custodians, one millwright, one carpenter, one campus caretaker, three matrons, and Sgt. Charles lveddle, an investigator, comprise this crew of campus maintenance men. The school just couldn't get along without these many enthusiastic helpers who are loyal Tech boosters. One of the lrusiesl spots on the campus is the school kitchens where the tastiest of meats, vegetables, salads, sand- wiches. pastries. and many other tempting dishes are prepared in time to be served the first lunch period. - 98 if ul. , .Q Q ly. . 'll Some of the high-point sponsor room Carillon agents discuss their averages. Seated Cleft to rightlz Ethel Normington, Rayo Glenn, Carol Beall, Gilbert Bierman. Standing: Marilyn Kelly.. joan Norton, William Cull, Barbara Scott, William Shaw, Herbert Price, Kathleen White, Patricia jones. 1 7ii'l'.f"' To Thurs Who Make the Cannon Click, the taii Award An llcar TH14: Ansl-ZNAI. C.xNNoN just couldn't get along without its many additional helpers. One hun- dred and fifty sponsor room agents, who are also salesmen, call at the Lunchroom each Thurs- day for the C,xNNoN envelopes for their respec- tive sponsor rooms. This year several seniors volunteered to help sell advertising for the June Magazine. The Advertising class makes posters for campaigns and the Office Production class cuts many stencils and produces much mimeo- graph material. Each week Carillon agents hurry to the lunehroom for the Cannons to distribute in their sponsor rooms. 5 ..-a SENIOR ADVERTISERS-Seated Cleft to rightl: ,Ioan Norton, Carol Beall. Stamling: Ray Thomp- son, Richard Berryman. Not pictured, James Bredensteiner. Boasting one hundred per cent Cannon sub- scribers is Sponsor Room 51 with Janice Hughes, agent, and Mr. A. Oertle, sponsor. -100- Hoo' About Talking o Look oi llor ohls? 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