Arsenal Technical High School - Arsenal Cannon Yearbook (Indianapolis, IN)
- Class of 1960
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Springtime is breath taking on the beouiiful seventy-six acre Tech compus.
1960 At Arsenal Technical
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DOTTIE Breen has to take time out in
her studying sometime, doesn't she?
JACK Beam has Tech Spirit that
sent our team to the semi-state.
A SMILING teener like Carole
Hinman has to be a Techite!
For We Are Ardent
Students of the
Sometimes happy, sometimes blue, and
forever onthe go, that's us! We like to
study, but we like to have fun, too. For
four years our home-away-from-home
is a spacious plot of land which we call
our Tech Town. Teenagers are the key
to Tech Town-a town forthe teens, by
the teens, and of the teens. Rah for
Tech! Our Tech's all right.
CAROL Beinburg and Ronnie Sizemore find
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From high above the campus on the edge of the Ar-
senal tower, a little bird would see this encompassing
view of our seventy-six acre campus. lts winding
walks, its twelve buildings, its shady lawns all so
familiar to the hundreds of students and teachers be-
low take onthe look of a miniature town to the little
bird. Perhaps he is seeing the campus for the first
time. lf he is, he does not know the little nooks
and details so close to all Techites. The symbolic
cannons, a close score on the scoreboard in the gym,
the stately solitude of Stuart Tower, the directional
guiding friends and freshies, a look through
the window in Morgan Hall, the old guard house,
the teachers' boxes in the main office, and the stone
benches all convey special meanings to every Techite
INSTEAD OF concerning the closs LQ. median might this faculty chit chat be about cl new spring ho? or Bridge game?
Tech Town Maintains
As a town we are guided by a government of our own.
Guidance, rules and regulations are essentially developed
by the administration and faculty-and sometimes enforced
by our own "John Law," Sergeant Martin. But, as students,
we too have an important voice in government through
the Student Affairs Organization, a vital link between
faculty ond students. These governing bodies help to make
Tech a democratic "Town." We are proud ot
our government and those who are responsible tor it.
TECH Town's own policeman is Sergeant Martin
DONNA Moon, iunior, consults with Mrs. Mattingly and Mrs. Turpin.
JlM HUNT wields his gavel for the Tech students.
"OH no, you've done it again," exclaims Jean Hinshaw to
twin sister Jane, who found the stack of books too heavy.
ALTHOUGH we were taken on a guided tour during Freshman
Orientation day that did not cure all our class-finding troubles.
"GOSH, l'm lost again," moans Jerry Hendrickson to senior
Jan Halstead, who stops to aid the frosh in finding his way.
Freshmen Experience A llYear of Firsts" at Tech
PHILLIP Smith plans to take Pansy Phelps to the As freshman we have stepped into a totally new phase
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'Howe and for O lore Snack on me" mst dale' of our lives. We will never forget our first days on
campus when we found ourselves dropping new books
or getting lost trying to find our classrooms. During
this year some of us will never forget that once in a life
time ordeal, the first date. However, these days as
"freshies" we will cherish along with our remaining
high school years throughout our lives.
Sophomores are known as "silly sophomores" to upper
classmen. But disregarding our nickname, we devote
much time to academic subjects. ln English we are faced
with the great task of memorizing parts of Julius Caesar.
When not memorizing Caesar, there is still studying to
be done like learning axioms and postulates in
geometry, identifying leaves in botany and coniugating
verbs in foreign languages. Ot course, time can still be
i found for telephone conversations and slumber parties.
SOPHOMORES take time out for extra activities.
ABOVE: Food, girls, records, gossip, and noise could be only one thing-a slumber party, Below:
By their happy expressions Sharon Mackey and Bob Downey enioy studying via phone.
Direct Their Time to Academic Subiects
BEN McAllister had just earned his driver's
license when he chautteured these pretty pas-
sengers to the sectional last February.
JEANNIE Bailey smiles as she shows oft her
new "steady" ring to Louise Duncan.
JUNIORS racked their brains for information gained "way back when for the
annual National Merit Scholarship Qualifying tests held early last spring
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At last we have reached the ranks of upperclassmen! As
we look upon our Hrst two years as necessary evils. We
now have a more mature outlook and a wider variety of
interests. Now our minds are filled with thoughts ot
scholarship exams, drivers licenses, parties, Techoir,
class rings, and the highlight of the year, the iunio
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FROM the highest ratters swings the spirit of Tech,
the mighty "Greenclod," portrayed by Jon Halstead.
TECH'S basketball queens display their crowns. They
are: Lyn Funke, freshman, Sharolyn Condra, sophomore,
Judi Burnam, iunior, and Becky Vlfiegand, senior.
Clintock as she is crowned at Tech-Broad Ripple game.
Our Tech Town With lts
School spirit is the password to Tech Town. From
the beginning at the year, when Greenclod made
his "swinging" entrance, Techites have enioyed
the activities altered at Tech, These activities
include The crowning ofthe class basketball
queens and the "queen ot queens," the Barrets of
Wimpole Street," and climaxing the year, the
Cannon Ball, with the crowning at the Governor
and First Lady at Tech Town. These were
supplemented by the impressive holiday assemblies.
BASKETBALL queen Becky Wiegand glows for Mr. Mc-
AN ANCIENT Christmas pageant was the highlight ot the Yule-
tide assembly. Steve Hyatt and John Hupp portrayed wise
men while Bob Becker was King Herod. Mr. Maloy directed.
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'U I ' of Wimpole Street," are getting costume adjustments from Dzi-
'l l dra Zills, costume seamstress. The play was on April 1.
Many Sparkling Activities ls No Quiet Village
THE GOVERNOR and First Lady of Tech
Town's Cannon Ball were chosen from these
students, who sold the most yearbooks.
Seated: Lindo Murphy, Nancy Brown, Sharon Morin.
Second Raw: Jerilyn Goodwin, Rita Shuffield, Jo-
Ann Stephens. Third Row: Lowell Kirkbride, Dave
Altopp, Russell Green, Dick Foster, Bob Pentecost.
Not pictured: Jane Campbell, Joe Sigg, Jon Hul-
TECH Town was a "swinging scene" on October third when the Mardi Gras hit the campus.
Direct from uFunsville" Come the Mardi Gras
CAROLYN Martin, Mardi Gras queen, is kissed by Mr. Cecil L.
McClintock as Nick Sanders, the king, and Jim Hunt look on.
EVEN the faculty members got into the Mardi Gras spirit
as illustrated by gay carnival barker, Mr. Robert Simpson.
Father Time brings an end to anxious
waiting, when he brings the fall with its
Mardi Gras. Youngsters and oldsters
alike loose their hearts to this wonder-
ful, gay, holiday atmosphere. It com-
bines the thrills and excitement of games
with the warmth and happiness of
friendship and good times. Variety is
the spice of life-and variety reigns
supreme at the yearly presentation of
Sketchbook. Sketchbook, featuring
Tech's finest talent, is entirely student
planned and student directed. This year's
theme, "The Wonderful Years," brought
a rousing climax to the hard work and
endless time displayed bythe cast.
JOYCE Dugger, Jim Gribbins, Rita Shuffield
go modern with the cha-cha-cha.
PHYLLIS Buchannan, Sharon Crawley, Barbara Lunsford, Janet Purcell,
Rita Shuffield and Silvi Parna re-live yester-year in a chorus line.
DEAN Myers, Skip Wilkinson, Paul Hemphling, Jerry Collins, and Nancy
Rite strike up a chord for this year's Sketchbook "The Wonderful Years."
Imagine stardust, soft lights, and music just meant for
dancing . . . that describes Tech Town on
formal dance occasions. Several Times each year
Tech Town's feminine population exchange sweaters,
skirts and bobby sox for frothy formals and dreamy
expressions while the blue-leaned fellows change
into formal attire and become gentlemen. The
gymnasium is transformed into o fantasy land of
pastel colors and soft music with happy teens danc-
ing, laughing and having fun to complete the picture.
TOM King and Phyllis Buchanan reign at Harvest Moon Ball.
DONNA Moon and Frank Craig,
queen and king of the Christmas
dance, pose for a royal picture before
they lead the Coronation dance,
LILIES were sprouting up everywhere when Pat John-
son made the prize-winning corsage for her date,
Nick Sanders, at the girl-ask-boy Turnkey dance,
ON Soturdoy evening of October 31, C1 dreomy mood settled over Tech Town os couples whirled ot th H t M B ll
Away the Hours of Many An Enchanted Evening
At Tech There Comes a Time ToAHonor Outstanding
PRINCIPAL MCCLINTOCK, Jim Hunt: James Burke, American
Legion, Mrs. Thornburg, Bellamy Rep., and Kenneth Brewer,
PTA Vice-Pres., present Jim tickets to the Bellamy Program.
MR. FRANZ SCHROEDER, art consultant for the stained glass
window, and Miss Sengenberger chat before the dedication.
This year we have chosen to honor our first principal,
Milo H. Stuart, with a stained glass window in Stuart
Tower. The formal dedication took place November
TO. Miss Ella Sengenberger, director of publications
who retired last year after forty years service to
Tech, was chairman of the committee who initiated
the stained glass window plans. Miss "S"-as she
was known to Cannon staffs for so many years-was
given the classroom teachers' Freedoms Foundation
Award last spring. We take time to honor Miss "S"
for her long-standing devotion to Tech. She also
was instrumental in Tech's winning the Bellamy Flag
award in 1948. This year James Hunt, SAO president,
was honored as Tech's delegate to the Bellamy Flag
award presentation in Berkeley, California.
MISS SENGENBERGER, second from left, and Principal Mc-
Clintock, far right, receive Freedoms Foundation medals won
by the school and by the weekly Cannon publication at the
awards luncheon given by the organization last spring.
Classmates, Teachers and Administrators
THE stained glass window, dedicated in honor of Milo Stuart, is based upon his words
"And now we know there's immortality. We have seen a sunset turn into a dawn."
"WHAT GAL con resist o new prom dress?" sigh two clothes-conscious Techites, Judy Jacobson cmd Shoron Rupert
EXEMPLIFYING the mcmy students mointciining ofter-school
iobs is Linda Horvey, who works ot the Spodes Pork Library.
'Round the Corner
Techites find thot Tech Town is not CI stranded islond,
for around it is o busy community. This
community ofters opportunities for pupils seeking
port-time employment os well os ci chonce to toke
port in locol civic offoirs. On Youth In Government
doy, three representatives from eoch ofthe city
high schools took over city offices for o dciy. For
those wishing culturol entertainment, the Murot
gives regular concerts. Community
centers oftord recreotionol opportunities
for teen-ogers. We cire proud of our community.
HTECHATOWNERSX' Barbara Thomas and Bob Marshall pause in front of the Murat Theater.
From Tech Town... We Work, We Shop, and We Play
MR. DENZLER and Mrs. Yarnell help many Techites like Charlotte Yoryan End part-time jobs.
Mr. Medccxlfe, friendly Tech teacher, walks with Morgcref Chandler and Put Rollo.
And 1960 Was A Year When
cmd the people who administer,
teach, cmd participate in
this most important function . .
Tech Teens Were More Aware of Education Than Ever Before
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ADMlNlSTRATlON-Seated: Herman Hinshaw, Vice-Principal, Cecil McClintock, Principal, Mrs. Martha Turpin. Deon of Girls. Sionding: Fred Reeder,
Karl Kalp, Paul Wetzel, and Earl Ensinger, Vice-Principals.
These People Malce Tech Town Ticlc
The "main spring" of Tech Town is in the Arsenol.
ln this building ore the oiTices where our principal,
the odministrotive staff, ond office staff work to
guide Tech on its daily course. lt is through the
efforts of these personnel that our Tech Town "ticks"
smoothly ond efficiently. On March 2 we were
saddened by the death of Mr. Ecirl Ensinger,
our respected vice principal.
OFFICE STAFF-First Row: Miriam Howe, Mrs. Lou Ann Andel, Mrs. Fannie
Fowler, Mrs. Ruth Smith, Mrs, Ruth Berryman, Mrs. Dorothy Armel. Second
Row: Mrs, Edna Ayres, Mrs. Ann Loyal, Mrs. Florence Cox, Patricia Litiell,
Mrs. Gloria Robbins, Mrs. Rosclynne Yarnell. Mrs. Hermonda Metzger, Louisa
Steeg, Mrs. Helen Cloud, Norma Rodewald, Mrs, Virginia Cauble.
REMEMBER the power failure lost fall? ln the true school spirit
Mrs, Armel and Mrs. Smith continue their work by candlelight.
SOCIAL SERVICE - Seated:
Mrs, Jean Ann Groves, Miss
Mariorie Lawson. Standing:
Mrs. Mary Williams.
Tech Town Even Has a General Store
BOOKSTORE-Mrs. Wilma Durham, Asst., Mr, Oliver Clark, Mgr., Mrs, Lo-
Verne Stuart, Asst.
Two of the most important
offices at Tech Town are the
bookstore and the social
service department. Every
Techite knows the bookstore
as the place where he not only
buys supplies and books, but
also the center where every-
thing from ink to class rings is
purchased. The social service
women help Us with our
personal problems and lend a
helping hand to those in need.
ENGLISH DEPARTMENT-First Row: Mrs. Mariorie Garrett, Gertrude lnsley,
Martha Guscho, Nancy Secrest, Mrs. Mary Harlan, Mrs. Clarena Huttington,
Mrs. Ethel Mclntosh, Halcyon Mendenhall. Second Row: Robert Maloy, Sarah
Murphy, James Mann, Irene Rhodes, Head, Mrs. Jeannette Reed, Miss Mild-
red McAfee, Louise Padcu, Mrs, Vera Kilborn, Barbara Russell. Third Row:
Bill Porter, Harry Wilfong, Tom Danheiser, Mrs. Mary Hahn, Mrs. Barbara
English ls the Baclcbo
MISS IRENE RHODES, English department head, confers with
department assistant, Mrs. Mary Van Suskirk.
RUSSELL GREEN finds this device in reading laboratory is
iust what the doctor ordered to remedy his reading ills.
Dearing, Mrs. Muriel Tucker, Mrs. Christine Bennett, Mrs. Sue Giltoy, Mrs.
Bette Taylor. Fourth Row: Robert Elmes, Emmett Hardiman, Gaylord Allen,
Cecil Tresslar, Lynn Clippinger, Margaret Waters, Mrs. Margaret Joss, Mrs.
Edna Wootton, Mrs. Jane Wheeler. Not Pictured: Mrs. Ann Cartmel, Alice
e of Our Education
The English department is always in the news!
in addition to classes in English fundamentals,
this department is responsible for the Cannon
weekly, this yearbook, assembly skits and roll
call broadcasts. Another major contribution
to Tech Town is the work done by drama club
members who present all-school plays. And last
but not least, the Tech library, where we find
material tor proiects and papers as well as
full shelves ot rich reading tor leisure hours.
LIBRARY STAFF-Mrs. Lelia Toler, Asst., Mrs. Margaret Schroedle, Librarian,
Miss Norma Fultz, Librarian, Miss Mariorie Schock, Head Librarian, Mrs.
Gertrude Russell, Asst.
FOREIGN LANGUAGE DEPARTMENT-Seated: Mrs. Susanna Underwood, Edith Allen, Head, Loree Steele. Standing:
William Watkins, Mrs. Lois Repass, Martha Raup, Marvin Hurley.
The Language Department Goes Modern in T960
The Language department has taken on the "forward Latin, too, is taught here in Tech Town. This
look." Room 330 is the departments pride because
here the new language laboratory is found. One of
five in the city, this lab allows students, sitting in
sound-proof compartments, to hear a foreign tongue
from a tape. The aspiring linguists in turn repeat the
material to the teacher. This way they learn Spanish,
French, or German in true dialect.
language, said by some people to be "dead," comes
to life in our Latin classes. These classes have lively
discussions on the Roman way of life, from chariot
racing to Roman weddings. A course in Latin and
Greek derivatives is offered to college-bound
students. Studying the multi-syllable words is
helpful when it's time for scholarship tests.
STUDENTS of Mr. Marvin Hurley's Spanish,
ll class revive the old Christmas custom ot
breaking the pinata filled with "goodies."
MATHEMATICS DEPARTMENT-First Row: Newell Hall, Edith Silver, Gladys T yndall, Effie McDougall, A. Sue Jinks, Betty Mansfield, James BorshaR.
Second Row: Robert B. Belding, Head, Mildred Corrie, Dorothy Corey, He len Pearson, Margaret Hummel, Dale Sore. Third Row: Richard Glover, Wil-
Iiom Wheeler, John Sioeckinger, Rowland Leverenz, Maurice Kriese.
Math Figures High l
ln Our Curriculum
You think you have problems? Not as
many as the 2400 math students who
struggle daily over the problems in
Their world of protractors, propositions
and formulas. Under the new diploma
plan there are 88 cliherent math classes.
Even those ot us who do not need math-
matics in our business lite 'find it a great
help in solving the problems of everyday
living since it develops in us the power
to think logically and accurately.
TRIGONOMETRY Teasers become everyday problems to Marilyn Hicks, Ron
Schwomeyer, and Harold Simmons with the use of a king-sized slide rule.
MR. BORSHOFF illustrates the prin-
ciple of "squares"-square roots, that
is-to his Algebra ll class members.
BIOLOGICAL SCIENCE DEPARTMENT-Seated: John Farley, Head, Mrs. Cherry Sparks, Howard Cook, Scott McCoy
John Pierce, Mrs. Joan Persell, Coleen Woodward. Standing: Kenneth Barr, Arthur Kirsch, William Johnson, Charles Rus
sell, .lohn Kendrick, Richard Allen, Garland Howard.
Teen Scientists Hold Key to Our Future Security
"WE learn by experimenting," says physics student Walter
Key as Dave Shipley, Mr. Allen, and Betty Hodnett watch.
The Biological and Physical Science departments
have experienced "growing pains" during the past
years. The School Board ruling requiring two years of
science has increased the number of students taking
the sciences. Because ofthe additional students, six
new teachers were added to the Biological Science
department in recent years.
Science institutes are making it possible for students
to increase their knowledge in physics, chemistry,
physiography, or areonoutics. Several students from
Tech Town took part in these by entering proiects.
JOHN Hupp demonstrates to Mr. Farley that he
is not squeamish when it comes to cliscecting,
BILL MOSS, Julayne Stinger, and Marie Bailey wonder if monsters once
invaded this land of ours as Mr. John Miner explains rock fossils.
PHYSICAL SCIENCE DEPARTMENT-Seated: Ralph Wolverton, Lester Bolander, Mrs. Pauline Caldwell, James B. Rose, Head. Standing: William
Graney, William Hawley, John Lannan, John Miner, Louis D. Allen, Rich ard Dykeman. V I V
SOCIAL STUDIES DEPARTMENT-First Row: Robert Carey, Katherine Book, Frances Lyons, Jeannette Tobey, Forrest Caldwell.
Second Row: Donald Daily, Wesley Murphy, Robert Meyer, Leonard Jelters, Josephine Graf, Mrs. Dorothy Lyon. Third Row:
William Kimberlin, James Stewart, Howard Longshore, Head, Mrs. Judith McGinnis, Mary Moore, Dwayne Blankenhorn. Not
Pictured: James Burch.
Social Studies Classes
Mold Better Citizens
Techites learn to become good citizens not only of
Tech Town, but also of their community, their nation,
and their world through courses taught in the Social
Studies department. Each year the department
sends a student representative to the United Nations.
This year a new unit on Communism has been added
to American government classes so that pupils may
study and compare Democracy with Communism.
"DEMOCRACY vs. Communism is today's topic," says the
student teacher to a government class which includes Margaret
Love, enrolled in class via two-way communications system.
MARGARET smiles after reciting to class back at school. She
likes home study, but looks forward to returning to Tech. How-
ever, many students think home study would be the greatest!
SILHOUETTES and shadows of ancient statues help artist, Carole Klein, capture the perfect mood for her sketch.
Art Activities Enrich
Lives ol Many Techites .
Tech Town's art students communicate in a way that
differs from the rest of Tech's pupils. They use
drawing as the "language ofthe expression of ideas."
Capturing campus scenes on canvas is done by the
art classes in the autumn and spring. Other phases
ot the art activities include ceramics, sculp-
turing, jewelry and metal craft, Learning these
various artistic skills makes life seem richer.
ART DEPARTMENT-First Row: William Graney, La Von Whitmire, Lorena
Phemister, Oakley Richey, Head, Shirley Julian, Mrs. Helen Sturgeon, Asst.,
Mrs. Alice Cook, Charles Glore, Second Row: Forrest Higgs, William Fields,
Asst., Chelsea Stewart, Dir. Program Production. Harold Stewart, Sy Perszyk,
Ernest Medcalfe, Kermit Swenson,
SO YOU want to lead a band? And as you've guessed by now Tech Town's
music department otters such an opportunity for musically inclined Tech teens.
TECHITES of Mr Gywn s harmony class
learn how the nation s hit tunes are born
Instruments and Voices Fill the Air with Music
Our well-equipped Music department ofters may op-
portunities for musically-minded Techites.
Throughout the year our six vocal and three
instrumental music groups perform over a hundred
times for special events and assemblies 'Round
Tech Town and in the community. Besides these
special groups there are classes in harmony and
directing. Who knows, someday one of the students
in these classes may be composing songs
tor a Broadway hit or directing a famous symphony
MR. MOON, Music dept. head, talks music with Mrs. Jo-
sephine Schlenck and Mrs. Olga Geisler, dept. assistants.
MUSIC DEPARTMENT First Row Robert Gywn Louise Swan Mrs JoAnn
Moore Rosemary McGuire William Moon Head Second Row John Wh te
Robert Simpson Will am Breedlove Richard Orton Raymond Brandes
HOME ECONOMICS DEPARTMENT-First Row: Anna Kellum, Mrs. Mildred Wallace, Hilda
Krelt, Head, Mrs. Jeannine Root, Mrs. Ruth Stafford. Second Row: Mrs. Laura Ann Reese, Mrs.
Mildred Eccleston, Mrs. Elizabeth Holtsclaw, Mrs. Hazel Kuetemeier, Mrs. Natalie Woods, Mrs.
Marjorie McCutcheon. Third Row: Mrs. Lois Laskowski, Mrs. Ermal Monninger, Mrs. Marilyn
Hardwick, Marguerite Hardy, Mrs. Marian Holly. Noi Pictured: Mrs. Florence Boots, Pearl
We Learn the Way
To a Man's Heart
Our busy homemakers ot tomorrow receive their
first practical experiences Through Home Economic
classes at Tech Town. These girls are called upon
many times to prepare and serve food forthe many
guests who visit our campus and forthe special teas
and luncheons. Some industrious girls have even been
known to make a complete ensemble from head to
hemline in the millinery and clothing classes.
PREPARING tor the Easter parade in millinery
classes are Sara Kerr and Karen Wetherald.
MISS HILDA Krelt, head of the Home Eco-
nomics department, and her assistants, Mrs.
Gwendelyn Hutt and Mrs. Betty Rowland,
check supplies tor foods classes.
MR. REUBEN Behlmer, Physical Ed. head, discusses future ac- JUST another typical day for RN's Mrs. Graub, Mrs. Johnston
tivities for the gym classes with his assistant, Mr. Arthur Cook. and Blanche Williams as they comfort patient, Walter Hodgins
Health Classes Strengthen Our Minds and Bodies
Promoting good health and sound minds is the goal
of our Health and Physical Education department.
Three-tourths of the pupils enrolled in Tech are
enrolled in one of the ninety-four classes meeting
daily in the ten various subiects. These include
physical ed., narcotics, fitness, physiology, health
education, posture, child care, first aid, and driver ed.
OUR girls exhibit a competitive spirit on Play Day.
HEALTH AND PHYSICAL EDUCATION DEPARTMENT-First Row: Harry Caskey, Patsy Lou Scott, Shirley Porrett,
Blanche Williams, Sharon Parrett, Mrs. Rowena Graub, Howard Catt, Wallace Potter. Second Row: lvan Moreman,
Helen Caffyn, Carlos Bell, Mrs. Conna Hawkins, Mrs. Mildred Johnston, Mabel McHugh, Anna Parker, Reuben Behl-
mor, Head. Third Row: Paul E. Myers, Charles Dagwell, Robert Mehr, Charles Maas, Philip Quillin, Jack Bradford,
THE BUSINESS world offers many opportunities for experienced Tech graduates. Machine Cal-
culation is one of the stepping-stones these students are taking to reach their vocational goal.
BUSINESS EDUCATION DEPART-
MENT-First Row: Keith Kuck, Marg-
aret Peterson, Lois M. Sink, Edna
Maley, Elma Sullivan, Kenneth Bay-
less Second Row: Dorothy McSherley,
Mrs. Dorothy Timmerman, Frances
Kinsley, Evelyn Truedson, Mona Wood-
ward, Head. Third Row: Winifred
Brill, William Guess, Mahlon Cclrlazlc,
Bruce Mitchell, Werner Manninger,
Mrs. Phyllis Bryant. Not Pictured: J.
C. Hager, Kenneth Puckett.
Techites Train Today For Jobs of Tomorrow
TRAINING to be a future secretary, Judy Garing uses the voice
writing machine as she transcribes dictation in office practice.
Have you ever wondered what that rat-a-tat on the
second floor ot the "Main" is? Why it's Indianapolis'
tuture secretaries and business leaders preparing
themselves in our Business Education department.
Through our courses in typing, shorthand, book-
keeping, machine calculation, office practice, business
organization, business law, scilesmanship, and
ottice production pupils and find the step
by step way into the business world.
PLACING letter molds in a "stick" in order to make a head-
line for the Cannon newspaper is Gary Wood, printing major.
The Press Rolls Cn As
Boys Learn Printing Trade
PRINTING DEPARTMENT-Mr. Clyde Armel, Head, Ralph Clark, Harold
Deem, Robert Smith, Floyd Billington.
LARRY Kindsvatter and Steve Nowlin prepare one of the many
program forms we fill out at the beginning ot every semester.
Our Print Shop not only keeps busy by printing the
issues ot Arsenal Cannon weekly, but they
are also busy turning out young men who have
printer's ink in their blood. After these boys
have completed the tour year printing course,
they are ready to take their places at the press,
at the linotype machine, and at many other jobs
in the printing field. ln addition to this
work, the Print Shop prints the many forms
and blanks used by faculty and students alike.
ELECTRIC DEPARTMENT-Garald Bramblett, Louis Marshall, Harold Fye,
Head, Earl Terry, Linsie Cox, Asst., Jules Zinter.
Interested in Architectural or Machine Drafting? Here
in Tech Town we have an extensive department. Every
year students in the advanced courses are called upon
to design a project for other departments or for out-
siders. The Electric Shop boys have installed speaker
wire cables which replace over lOO miles of wire
installed by the Electric Shop boys in l934 and
I935. The radio and television classes keep the
speakers, lines and amplifiers repaired.
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HSHOCKING, what we learned," says James McCutcheon
to Roy Rossell while working on this housewiring project.
Tech's Vocational Courses
Prepare Us for Tomorrow
DRAFTING DEPARTMENT-Harold Elliott, Warren Cleveland, Head. Norman
Schneider, C, A. Rosell, Fred Henke, Floyd Tobrocke,
DRAWING assignments may someday bring dream homes to
Tommy Griffin and Buzz DeVore with Mr. H. DenzIer's help.
MR. GEORGE L. Lone, director of shop activities, takes time
from his busy day to pose for the Cannon photographer.
AUTO SHOP boys, Roscoe Polin, Tom Budd and Robert Pickett
are training for a lab and learning to repair the family car
Aviation Shop Completes Six-Year Proiect in 1960
RECHECKlNG wing alignment is one part to be
done before Karl Geizendanner, Dennis Bolton
and Don Nicholas complete an aviation proiect.
AUTO AVlATlON DEPARTMENT-First Row: Som Dud-
kowski, Lewis Pence. Donald Miller, Keith Pottorff, Louis
Allen. Second Row: Walter Dearing, Asst., Warren Haas,
Head, Douglas Thompson, Charles Day. Dale Herrington,
Frederick Moyer, Don Patterson.
"Almost finished!" That's what students and faculty
members ofthe Aviation shops are saying. For the
past six years boys in the advanced classes have
been diligently constructing two airplanes. This
summer the planes will at last make their solo
flights. Boys enrolled in our Auto shops have the
opportunity to become top-flight auto mechanics
through practical, on-the-iob experiences. Many
students and faculty members entrust their cars to
these boys for repairs of all kinds from straightening
wheel alignment to hammering out dents on fenders.
BUILDING TRADES DEPARTMENT-Paul Vogt, Jack Longshore, Morris O.
Woods, William Lamperf, ithel Shoemaker, Ivan Hanen, Head. Not Pictured
William Hill, Asst,
Thanks to our Building Trades classes, we now have a
new concession stand ta serve us our coFFee, cakes,
and hot dogs during the football games next tall
and for years ta come. ln addition to the Building
Trades class we have our Metal Trades department
which received 525,000 worth at army surplus
equipment to start the '59-'60 term. The depart-
ment consists of tive divisions: found ry, pattern-
making, welding, sheet metal and machine shops.
To Our Tech Town
METAL TRADES DEPARTMENT-Edward Howe. Harry H. Stone, Emanuel
Cruser, W. R. Eddy. Head, Berl D. Whetstine, Norman Brinker, Meorle
i960 FOOTBALL fans will enioy a new con-
cession stand built by Building Trades classes.
PREPARING for industry by actual practice
are Dick Wright, Mike Sheppard, and Dennis
Edwards, who pour hot brass in foundry class.
THESE three cadets and their dates at the Military Ball take
time out to watch the royal Coronation and grand march.
SUE RUSH and Judi Burnam beam dual smiles, after a tie-vote
for queen at the annual Military Ball. Principal McClintock
, crowns the girls. Jack Ingels and Russell Dooley tied for king.
1960 Was a Year of
ROTC OFFICERS-First Row: Cadet Maior Richard Foster, Cadet Lt.
Col. P. Gregory Harris, Cadet Major Russell Dooley. Second Row:
Cadet Lt. Douglas Wheatley, Honorary Cadet Captains Gloria
Noble, Marsha Reynolds, Rebecca Wiegand, Sue Rush and Diane
Denham, Cadet Capt. James P. Cox. Third Row: Cadet Capt.
David Lange, Honorary Cadet Lts. Carol Hinman, Donna Moon,
Vicki Soden, Betty lson, Frances Stott, Judi Burnam, Sandro
Lively, Shannon Waldo, Jerilyn Goodwin and Cadet Lt. Leonard
Crump. Fourth Row: Cadet Capt. Benny Webb, Cadet Lts. Vernon
Wallingford, Duncan Wheatley, Richard Cooley, Curtis Watkins,
Byron Wells, James Lower, James Ruskaup, William McBride, Mike
Klein, and Cadet Capt. Jack lngles. Fifth Row: Cadet Lts. Donald
Price, Marvin Morris, William Essex, William Robertson, Herman
Coftey, Jerry Douglas, William McAllister, James Weddell, Jack
O'NeilI, Nick Sanders.
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Junior High Schoolers
Take Hints from uElders"
Good naturedly called "little seventh and eighth
graders," Tech's Junior High has its share ot Tech
Town. These younger generation Techites have their
own basketball and football tea ms, marching
band tcomplete with maiorettesl, orchestra, and
even a student governing body like our SAO Board.
JUNIOR HIGH DEPARTMENT-First Raw: John
Wythe, Ebert Smith, Mrs. Lillian Pence, Delbert
West, Marion Overman, Second Row: Walter Din-
inger, Mary Marshall, Mrs. Eleanor Wriggelsworth, X
Robert DeNoon, John Golish. Third Row: Duane
Biankenharn, Odus A. Landreth, Director, Sam
Skomp, Charles Harry. Not Pictured: Mrs. Marcia
Miles, Mrs. Marilyn Gilbert, Mary Maillard, Mrs.
Anne Cartmel, Mrs. Lillian Brandes, Asst.
Often, the Junior High ioins in activities with the
senior high school to make Tech Town complete.
DISCUSSING characterization in a Jr, High literature class
are Kenny Wells, Joyce Burris, Rosemary Koelling, and Rick
Burrell. They find literature interesting as well as fun.
JUNIOR HIGH STUDENT AFFAIRS ORGANIZATION-Standing: Wanda
Jones, Lynda Turner, Peter Putelis, Edward Marlow, Tammy Nidifter, Mr.
Odus Landreth, Span., Shirley Harris, Lois Dyer, Mary Ann Banta, Terry
Johns, Phil Kunkel. Seated: Matt Matlik, Marsha Bromagen, Linda Smith,
Janice Lynch, Sandra Main, Sondra Kashon.
TESTING rocks tor limestone content are Mary Chapman,
Larry Ebersole, Mr, Smith, Sharon Dwigans, Harry Shapere,
Lois Dyer. These students prepare for Tech science classes.
IN THE good old summertime some ot us will still be on
campus, remarks Karl Kalp, director of summer school, to
Nancy Fenter, one of the 1,500 who will attend.
The Wheels Turn 'Round
FOUR ot 3,200 students enrolled in Tech's evening school
find the courses help them as citizens and on-the-iob.
EVENING SCHCOL OFFICE-Mrs. Mildred Langlotz, Miss Joyce Suess,
Mrs. Eleanor Ogle, Mr. Paul W. Wetzel, Vice-Prin., Dir., Mrs. Mary
Pentecost, Mrs. Erma Miller.
the Clock at Tech Town
Day and night, Techites may be seen hurrying
Through the corridors in Tech Town. Nearly 3,200
pupils are enrolled in evening school, taking both
elementary and high school courses, trades courses,
and courses in English for foreign born students.
During the summer, 1,558 hearty souls were out inthe
morning sun coming to Tech summer school classes.
Many of these students from other high schools come
to take courses only offered at Tech.
All Techites agree with these 20th Century Romans that ofter-school activities ore rewarding.
And We Become Better
ond The teens who take pride
spending offer-school hours
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ites and Our School
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JUNIOR CLASSICAL LEAGUE-First Row: Angela Greene, Carole Reinken,
Vice-Pres,, Jack lngels, Pres., Sue Rush, Ed., Timmie Walker. Second Raw:
Mrs. Lois Repass, Span., Charlotte Vinson, Gisele Brivman, Leslie Flannogan,
Barbara Hittle, Donna Dougherty, Judy Parnell, Janet Bishop, Dianne
Hughes, Ruth Nettle, John Hupp. Third Row: Carol Talbert, Carol Patterson.
Beverly Reinken, Janet Canter, Luba Kulik, Dohn Bear, Janet Glaze, Sharon
Linguists Linger Late
"When in Rome do as the Romans do"-and the JCL
is no exception. Annually these Latin lovers gather
for their traditional Roman banquet. Shades of
Caesar prevail even so tar as homemade togas.
Mackey, Joyce Dowdy. Fourth Row: Miss Laree Steele, Span., Marilyn Abra-
ham, Shirley Zimmerman, Catherine Noakes, Betty Swanner, Larry Clark,
Earlene Flowers, Joe Stevens, Pat Rolla, Fifth Raw: Mary Ja Fry, Shannon
Waldo, Christine Moudy, Joe Sigg, Ronald Schwomeyer, Jo Ruddell, Tom
Hankins, Phyllis lsam, Ronald Klipsch, Steve McCallie.
Learn About Foreign
Who can forget the Mardi Gras-and who can forget
the Spanish Club's Telegram Booth? This year the
club initiated the "singing telegram" which proved
an hilarious outlet for Tech senors and senoritas.
SPANlSH CLUB-First Raw: Beverly Thiesing, Sherry McCain, Janet Short,
Susan Forkner, Mary Riner, Patricia Grantham, Margie Cox, Christine
Harding. Second Row: Mr. William Watkins, Span., Douglas Wheatley,
Sharon Mitchell, Karen Garner, Diana Alvarez, Beverly Branson, Margaret
Kunkel, Patricia Schmidt, Marilyn Riner, Stephen McCallie, Danna Coram,
Geraldine Castle. Third Row: Lynda Fuller, Margie Lewis, Lynda Geralds,
Diana Tinley, Suzanne Leland, Sandra Bailey, Gaynelle Bishop, Evelyn Cox.
Eileen Huntley, Bill Hasseld, Mr. Marvin Hurley, Span. Fourth Raw: Buddy
Cantrell, Bonnie Burris, Ronald Miller, Lyn Funke, Adrienna Warner, Shirley
Shackletard, Carol Beinburg, Jerry Butcher, Randall l-larbert. Fifth Raw:
Ronald Perkins, Phillip Bitner, Bill McBride, Carol Robinson, Stephen Mil-
ler, Marvin Morris, Walter Key, Donald Price, David Yarbrough, Michael
Harrington, Michael Flockhan.
FRENCH CLUB--First Row: Karyl Kirkbride, Dan Hughey, Jimmie Caro
Smith, Vivian Rike, Shiloh Graves, Donna Terry, Margaret Bennett, Mis:
Martha Raup, Span. Second Row: Diane Denham, Peggy Keller, Cheryl
Grundy, Mary Jane Hoyt, Carolyn Burrows, Sandy Ohne, Charles Pitch-
lard, Bill Cook, Beverly Daugherty, Vicki Soden, Robert Sullivan. Third Row:
Karen Miller, Margaret Chandler, Stephanie Tomescu, Nancy Clark, Mari-
orie Burford, Judi Burnam, Phyllis Call, Ronald Wyatt, Charlene Cutter.
Suxie Brinkley. Fourth Row: Carolyn Martin, Sue Hall. Marsha Stutsman,
Charles Beavin, Miss Loree Steele, Span., Janis Rush, Frank Jacobs, Charles
Carmony, Mary Ann Bennett, Terri Bourn. Filth Row: Betsy Pearson, Martha
Scarborough, Betty Walton, Jayne Dillon, Sandy Miller, Carol Furry, Rol-
land Fraser. Ervin Townsend, Michael Melline, Kirk Waldhaus, Oran Watts,
Nancy Rite, Josephine Applewhite,
Neighbors and Their Customs
The French Club started the year by sponsoring spent two years in France. The German Club
two showings ot the film "Cyerno de Bergerac"
as a moneymaking proiect. Still other activities
forthe French Club included a visit from a French
girl and a visit from an American woman who
began early this fall to plan its Mardi Gras
booth, Ye Old Book Shoppe. A gala Christmas
party was another sparkling highlight of the
1959-60 school year. Mrs. Underwood is sponsor.
GERMAN CLUB-First Row: Bill Ireland, Karen
Yeaman, Elsie Humbarger, Judy Wilson, Gracie
Brooks. Second Row: Richard Smith, Russell Hire
schy, Myra Robbins, Tanya Coffey, Libby Robert-
son, Mrs. Susanna Underwood, Span. Third Row:
F'aul Hemplling, Bob Harold, Jay Blackwood.
Janeen Jessup, Dolores Wieland.
NATURAL SCIENCE CLUB-First Row:
Judy Allen, Juanita Blond, Sec., Charles
Cormony, Pres., Bruce Peternoster, Vice-
Pres., Dianne Hughes, Second Row:
Carol SalTord, June Anderson, Patty
Carmichael, Lee Anne McNeal, Ronald
Wyatt. Third Row: Bill Swan, Suzanne
Hart, Dianna Tinley, Jennifer Rathen'
bush, Mr. John Pierce, Span. Fourth
Row: Paul Everman, Kim Phemister, Kirk
Waldhaus, Paul Young, Oran Watts. T
Club Members Take Pride In Special Proiects
The Key Club locked up Emily Post for a day andthe
"gals" chose their "guys" forthe annual Turnkey
Dance. Following the Tradition the boys sported
corsages The girls had made from bits of This and
That. Poems are made by fools like me, but The
Trees were Tagged by the NSC. This year the
Natural Science Club drew a map ofthe Tech
campus on which They entered and identified every
Tree. The Chess Club spent their spare minutes
' learning and playing the game as well
as engaging in thrilling chess tournaments.
CHESS CLUB-First Row: Billie Mitchell, Ronald Klipsch, John Hoffman,
Leonard Crump, Alan Harding, John Hawley. Second Row: Phillip Bass,
George Brenner, Steve Donovan, Steve McCallie, Gareth Putnam. Third
Row: Mr. William Hawley, Span., James Olin, Ronald Schworneyer, Frank
Krumreich, Robert Curry, Steve Vie.
KEY CLUB-First Row: Douglas Wheate
ley, Tony Watt, Lowell Kirkbride, Jim
Hunt, Jon Halstead, Jim Taylor, Dan
Carr, Mr. Mahlon Carlock, Span. Sec-
ond Row: Jim L. Williams, Jay Hal-
stead, Bill Meek, Tom King, John Rus-
sell, Jerry Baumgardner, Jim R, Wil-
liams. Third Row: Don Tucher. Nick
Sanders, Carlton Greene, Jim Johnson,
John Hoffman, Ron Schwomeyer, Don-
ald Longshore, Buzz DeVore, Louis
Hasseld. Fourth Row: Larry Fitzgerald.
Bill Sterrett, Jack Justus, Joe Sigg,
George Gordon, Ralph Wilkerson, Bob
Dunawoy, Tom Hart. Not Pictured: Ben
McCollister, Jock Beam, Jock Foltz,
Allen George, Russell Green, Roger
Harper, Ronald Taylor, Mike Moss,
Mike Edwards, Dick Foster, Mel Gar-
land, Ronald Karns, Bob Marshall.
CHEMISTRYVPHYSICS-First Row: Lyle Brewer, Ronald Pallikan,
Steve Osterhaut. John Hoffman. Second Row: Steve McCallie,
Ron Schwomeyer, Robert Curry, Ronald Taylor, Albert Caldwell,
Mr. William Graney, Spon.
Tech Town Revolves Around Thinking Teens
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While some amateur chemists may be "out of this world,"
' L 2 ' our Chemistry-Physics Club members are "down to earth."
' T' T Y' T 5 . They have entered projects in various science contests,
, Q' M including the Westinghouse Science Talent Search
l l Ll , A and the Science Fair held in April. The XYZ Club
1 ' ' ' ' T - - O ,, delved enthusiastically into the field of mathematics.
XYZ CLUB-First Row: Joan Weddle, Sandra Bailey, Carolyn
Sue Bullock, Nancy Fay Ratlitt, Suzanne Brinkley, Ed., Sue Rush,
Pres., Jo Ruddell, Sgt. at Arms, Ronald Schwomeyer, Vice-Pres.,
Ronald Klipsch, Sec.-Treas., John Hoffman, Parl. Second Row:
Joyce Dowdy, Robert Loyston, David Miller, Jay Blackwood,
Carolyn Waltz, Mary Yost, Steve McCallie, .lan Mindaclt, Mr.
John Stoeckinger, Spon. Third Row: David Stansifer, James
Walden, Dottie Breen, Betsy Yost, Nancy Romack, Meredith
Wilson, Cheryl Scots, Vernon Wallingford. Fourth Row: Spen-
cer Jones, Richard Nell, John Mason, Ron Pallikan, Gareth
Putnam, Kenneth Wuertley, Robert Curry, Marilyn Hicks.
DRAMA THESPIAN CLUB-First Row: Ronald Shrigley, Mr. Robert Malay,
Spon., Patricia Johnson, Nick Sanders, Paul Young, Bob Dunaway, Mar-
garet Kunkel, Judy Gimber, Lyle Brewer, John Hupp, Thomas Little.
Second Row: Rosaleen Link, Dianne Hughes, Gracie Brooks, Eileen Huntley,
Nancy Fosso, Carolyn Baldwin. Judy Baily, Kathy Robertson, Marilyn Hicks,
Janadine Mindach, Paul Binder, Vicki Soden. Third Row: Dohn Bear, Carol
Robertson, Claudia Lutes, Diane McCallie, Dzidra Zils, Max Lyons, Susie
Schneider, Linda Alfred, Michael Keller, Barrie Allen, Aina Zils. Fourth
Row: Garnett Nolan, Catherine Noakes, Karen Garner, Sharon Marin,
Charles Robertson, Dagniia Ozals, Bob Ketring, Minnie Dunbar, Joyce
Watkins, Donna Coram, Janeen Jessup, Lyndon Smith.
Tech's World Becomes A Stage, Thanks
"Lights, Camera, Action!" Tech's dramatists get ready
tor another outstanding production. This tall they
prepared three one-act plays, and in the spring
presented, "The Barretts of Wimpole Street."
Highlights ofthe year were the selection of "Best
Actor" and "Best Actress" and the impressive initia-
tion into the National Thespian Society. Still other
activities included the Christmas party and the tradi-
tional "strike parties" after the plays. The troupe is
presently looking forward to their new Shake-
spearean-type stage being built especially forthe
production of scenes from Shakespeare. Also, plans
are being made tor the forthcoming Thespion
Convention to be held this summer onthe Indiana
University Campus. Here they meet other Thespians
and learn many acting techniques and skills.
"NO, no, o thousand times no," exclaims Robert Becker to A STITCH in time may save time, but poor Gammer Gurton
the recent romance between his daughter tLuba Kulikl and may be behind in her mending as the calamity of her lost
an English soldier tRonald Shrigleyl, in the play, "The Schem-
ing Lieutenant," presented on November 19 and 20.
needle evolves in the Drama Club production, "Gammer
Gurton's Needle." lt was given at the Mardi Gras this tall.
SPEECH TEAM-First Row: Steve Miller, Shirley Shackelford, .la Ruddell.
Lyn Funke, Beverly Branson, Susan Faulkner, Betty Hardesty. Second Row:
Frank Jacobs, Tom Hankins, Bruce Paternostor, Marilyn Smith, Josephine
Applewhite, Corene Brown, Margaret Kunkel, Pat Johnson. Third Row:
Terrance Tandy, Charles Carmony, Kirk Waldhaus, Jane Brock-Jones, Ruth
Nettle, Diane Kennedy, Pam Corn, Diane Tinley. Fourth Raw: Jay Ward,
Steve Craig, David McCullough, Carlton Greene, Betty Stevenson, Carol
Britt, Charlene Allan, Janeen Jessup, Mr. Wilfong, Spon.
to the Speech and Drama Crganizations
'Teeners with an articulate "gift ot gab" may find
enjoyment on the Speech and Debate teams. Under
the able hands of Mr. Harold Wiltong, coach, the
team has traveled throughout the state to various
contests. These contests have brought an impressive
array of trophies, ribbons, certificates, and medals
to the school. But the accumulation of prizes is
only one aspect ofthe busy team. It is always called
upon to provide skits and assemblies at school and at
local gatherings. Through its ettorts, Tech has gained
wide recognition in speech-iust another Held in
which Arsenal Technical students have excelled.
Tech has its own chapter ofthe National Forensic
League. Atter accumulating 25 points in contests, a
person may apply for membership in this organiza-
tion. Each spring the league has its annual banquet
when awards are presented, new officers are elected,
and the outstanding team member is chosen.
DEBATE TEAM-First Raw: Jo Ruddell, Lyn Funlce, Car-
lene Allen, Shirley Shackelford, Capt., Corene
Brown, Pamela Corn. Second Row: Stephen Osterhout,
David McCullough, Stephen Craig, Charles Car-
mony, Paris Gaodrum.
STUDENT AFFAIRS ORGANIZATION EXECUTIVE BOARD: First Raw: Carole
Reinken, Robert Dunaway, Rebecca Wiegand, Rec. Sec., James Hunt, Pres.,
Betty lsan, Vice Pres., Nick Sanders, Treas., Betsy Pearson, Carr. Sec.
Second Row: Douglas Wheatley, Jerilyn Goodwin, Judi Burnam, Frances
Stott, Karen Framer, Marsha Reynolds, Diane Denham, Anne Hinshaw, James
Meet the uWheels" - Sr.
Linking students and faculty is the job of the Student
Affairs Organization. This elected board and repre-
sentative body plan the Good Sportsmanship
Campaign, Harvest Moon Ball and Student Code of
Ethics. The Senior Council, planning board for the
Senior class, lays the foundation for Senior Night,
the senior gift and graduation activities.
L. Williams, Sue Pentecost. Third Row: William Cook, Sandra Lively, Sharor
Crawley, Patricia Johnson, Sharon Marin, Barbara Thomas, Sue Montgom-
ery, Jayne Dillon. Fourth Row: John Russell, Jon Halstead, Tony Watt, Terri'
Anderson, Robert Marshall, Melvin Garland, Phillip Harris, Thomas King,
Sgt. at Arms.
Council and SAO Board
The Junior Red Cross Club prepared an overseas
gift chest, containing equipment to set up a school
room for thirty pupils. The "Snowflake Swirl," i959
White Christmas Dance, kept Service Club members
busy with preparations. Also on this club's agenda
are freshman orientation programs each semester.
The club gave Thanksgiving baskets to the needy.
SENIOR COUNCIL-First Row: Miss Lois Sink, Span., Ronald Karnes, Sgt.
at Arms, Robert Dunaway, Vice-Pres., William Sterrett, Pres., Joanne Jones,
Sec., Melvin Garland, SAO Rep., Bonnie Allgood. Second Row: Sue Rush,
Barbara Lundsford, Sue Montgomery, Diane Denham, Marsha Reynolds,
Sharon Crawley, Diana Alvarez, Margaret Wood, Gareth Putnam. Third
Row: Richard Faster, Phyllis lsom, Sandra Bailey, June Burse, Phillis Bu-
chanan, Jo Ann Stevens, Tom Little. Fourth Row: Jon Halstead, Lowell Kirk-
bride, Ronald Klipsch, James Hunt, Bennie Webb, Ronald Schwomeyer,
Meridith Wilson. Not Pictured: David Shipley.
JUNIOR RED CROSS-First Row: Sue Montgomery, Sherrie Howard, Tom
King, Carole Reinken, Sandy Lively, Betsy Pearson, Sue Pentecost, Mrs.
Barbara Dearing, Spon., Becky Vviegand, Fran Stort. Second Row: Ann
Day, Ann Hinshaw, Thea Hunter, Jane Hunter, Nick Sanders, Linda Dalton,
Carolyn Waltz, Diane Denham, Jerilyn Goodwin, Betty Stevenson. Third
Row: Ricky Houston, Madonna Horton, Patti Rollo, Judi Burnam, Nancy
Romack, Mayree Nash, Margaret Chandler, Karen Fromer, Marilyn Bullock.
Fourth Raw: C. Jean Williams, Barbara Essex, Sharon Crawley, Bob Dun-
away, Jan Halstead, Jim Johnson, Tony Watt, Marilyn Burns, Beverly Rein-
ken, Barbara Thomas, Mary Janes, Tam Hankins.
Service, Red Cross Clubs Tops with Tech Teens
SERVICE CLUBHFirst Row: Beverly Thiesing, Cheryl Vaughan, Gloria Gates,
Marilyn Burns, Patricia Burns, Nancy Romack, Linda Dalton, Nancy Fosso.
Second Row: Carolyn Herndon, Mrs. Marilyn Hardwick, Span., Jon Hal-
stead, Treas., Dzidra M. Zils, Corres. Sec., Douglas McPherson, Vice-Pres.,
Jerilyn Goodwin, Pres., Thomas Hankins, Sgt. at Arms, Bonnie Allgoad,
Rec. Sec., Marilyn Hicks. Third Row: Joan Weddle, Linda Krug, Diane Dun-
ham, Linda Higgins, Betty lson, Margaret Wood, Ann Hinshaw, Susan
Pentecost, Marilyn S. Fields, Mayree Nash, Marlene Young, Margaret
Chandler, Carolyn Waltz, Timmie Farley, Aina Zils. Fourth Row: Margie
Lewis, Josephine Applewhite, Vadette Wilburn, Carolyn Burrows, Margaret
Persinger, Judy Hartman, Judy Higgins, lrene Leach, Gracie Brooks, Mary
Crickmore, Marsha Stutsman, Marjorie Burfard, Richard Nell, Bruce Lucas.
Fifth Raw: Dorothy Breen, Margaret Bennett, Edna Harris, Mary Turner,
Patricia Johnson, Anita Nelms, Betty Hardesty, Elizabeth Humphries, Barb-
ara Gaddie, Betty Stevenson, Susie Hall, Dona Angel, Carolyn Pease, Nick
Sanders. Sixth Row: Frances Stott, Patricia Fax, Ronnie Buss, Phyllis Eu-
banks, Sandra Bailey. Betsy Pearson, Carol Loveman, Janet Sfucker, Juanita
Bland, Diane Tinley, Suzanne Hart, Patricia Rollo, Judi Burnam, Cheryl
Burch, Uldis Brikvnanis, James Johnson, Jay Halstead, Dan Smith.
INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS CLUB-Firsf
Row: Mrs. Mary Harlan, Spon., Mary Jo
Fry, Vice-Pres., .Io RuddeII, Pres., Janet
Canter, Sandy Pavey, Sec., Marlene
Young. Second Row: Jane Brock-Jones,
Enrica Houston, Bob Haraid, Madeline
Koch. Barbara Essex.
An Extra Curricular Activity Is Designed
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FUTURE TEACHERS CLUB-First Row: Bar-
bara Lunsford, Wanda Perkins, Phillis
Reedy, Doris Pierce, Jerilyn Goodwin, Mrs.
Dorothy Timmerman, Span. Second Row:
Lilly Butler, Grace Fisher, Margaret Per-
singer, Judy Higgins, Beverly Daugherty,
Nancy Brown. Third Row: Betty Bryant,
Karen Muller, John Lenon, Mike Cuishaw,
Carol Furry, Betty Seivers.
FUTURE NURSES CLUB-First Row: Mrs. Rowena Graub, Span., Suzanne Le- Palmer, Gladys Booker, Sharon Smith, Vice-Pres., Gisela Brivman, Betty
land, Carman Ward, Sec., Judy Booze, Minnie Blakely, Corr. Sec., Fern Hodnett. Third Row: Joyce Flowers, Ruth Compton, Jimmie Smith, Carol
Robinson, Pres., Vicki Anderson, Patricia Sullivan. Second Row: Janet Lawrence, Nancy Vosleti, Marilyn Williams, Pamela Marco.
Glaze, Reporter, Korine Littleton, Shirley Johnson, Mary Jo Donica, Paulina
To Fit Every Tech Teen's Taste
Tech Town teens have an international air. The Future Nurses Club sponsored a school-wide
International Relations Club members correspond contest to see who could make the most original
with young people living in every corner ofthe world. bean bags for children at the Crossroads
Gaining vocational training onthe iob is the purpose Rehabilitation Center. Pupils in the Future
ot the Diversified Cooperative Education Club. Teachers Club are vital links in tomorrow's
Highlight ol The year was the annual banquet given education. Mr. Brandes and his slides on English
by the twenty-nine members in honor of employers. school life rated high with "clubsters."
DiVERSlFlED COOPERATIVE EDU4
CATION-First Row: Donna Brinkley,
Janet Gorman, Janice Gwinn, Pa-
tricia Lampkin, Rosalene Malone.
Second Row: Douglas Gallion, Doris
George, Mary Ann Schwab, Carolyn
Camp, Emma Howard, Minnie
Quinn. Third Row: James Wright,
Bill Higgins, David Pembleton, John
Sheott, Mr. L. F. Maurer, Spon.
AUTO CLUB-First Row: Jim Raymer, Jim
Farrell, Vice-Pres., John Thurman, Sec.-
Treas. Mike Ping, Pres., Bob DeVore, Jim
Price. Second Row: Jim Harmon, Ronnie
Thomas, Eric Alm, Calvin Wellington, David
Carter, Tom Harris, Bill Reed, Clayton Wal-
lace. Third Row: Jim Ingalls, John Chandler,
Tom Chandler, Roger Williams, John Hes-
ter, Roy Jennings, Ronald Woods, Mr.
Charles Day, Spon.
ARTHUR Evans, Max Stout, Mr. Bramblett are shown at ham
shack dedication. i960 was W9HFQ's 20th anniversary.
RADIO CLUB-First Row: Robert Malcom,
Vice-Pres., Oran Watts, Janet Worth,
Martha Rufner. K9POE, Carolyn England,
Sec., Linda Brashear. Second Row: Jack
Robertson, Mr. G. E. Bramblett, W9POF,
Spon., Kirk Waldhaus, Eddie Lyon, Treas.
Third Row: Fred Leggs, KQMXK, Doug
Knight, John Mason, K9PGK, Chief Opera-
tor, Larry Robertson, David Sutton, Pres.
During the 1959-1960 school year, the Tech Amateur
Radio Club marked its twentieth anniversary of active
operation. The club's first radio station was put on
the air when Max Stout, ci Tech student, became the
club's first trustee. He made sure that the club
station was operated in accordance with government
rules. The club received the call W9HFQ, which it
has held continuously for 20 years. The Auto Club's
Mardi Gras project was their "car wrecking" booth.
Y-TEENS-First Row: Judy Hartman, Aina Zils, Gloria Gates, Shiloh Graves,
Nancy Rite, Geraldine Muiry, Joyce Dowdy. Second Row: Nancy Fosso, Jo
Angela Greene, Elizabeth Humphries, Barbara Gaddie, Enrica Joy Houston,
Barbara Essex, Karen Garner, Ann Taylor. Third Row: Betty Ann Stevenson,
Carolyn Herndon, Heidi Dowdy, Audrey Wisdom, Minnie Applewhire, Char
latte Huebner. Fourth Row: Mayree Nash, Miss Margaret Hummel, Span
Josephine Applewhite, Janet Canter. Not Pictured: Claudia Lutes, Ernestine
Club Activities Are Often Wide in Scope
THE SAO Board and the Service Club were hosts ata surprise
Valentine tea for the faculty. Mrs. Williamson is graciously
assisted at the tea table by Patricia Johnson, board member.
On February 23, the Y-Teens took part in the Y-Teen
Central Southern Mid-Winter Conference. Tech gave
a choral reading for the worship service with tour
creative dancers accompanying it. These gals are by
no means seltish, for they rendered some of their
time tor the welfare ot the community. Making artific
ial flowers tor the women at Central State Hospital
was one ot their projects. The Y-Teen formal dance,
a highlight ot the club's activities, proved to be a
delightful attair. The sock hop was a bright occasion.
EDITORS-Seated: JoAnn Stevens, Editor-in-Chief. Standing: Elsie Humbarger, MR TRESSLAR M Q T I d M R' h Th
Page I Editor, Julie Allen, Page 2 Editor, Karen Fromer, Page 3 Editor, ' ' 'is oy or' an rs' lggs gre .C eclmg . e
Gevon 5,o,,e,, AMC, Editor, yearly budget which keeps the Cannon publications in print.
Weekly and Yearbook Staffs
Developing a "nose for news" is the aim ofthe busy
Cannon staff. With Mr. Tresslar aiding and advising
these junior editors and reporters they spend class
periods and extra hours making the Arsenal Cannon
an interesting and informative weekly. The Cannon
has won several awards for its outstanding
achievements. However, not to be outdone by the
Cannon stat? is the yearbook staff. Our yearbook
this year is under new management! Mrs. Bette
Taylor is advisor. The 1959 Arsenal Cannon
yearbook received a Medalist Certificate and was
ranked "All American" in competition. The 1960
YEARBOOK STAFF-Pct Johnson, Jane Campbell, Bonnie Allgoocl, Co-Editor, Louise Duncan, Angie Greene, Business Mgr., Betsy Yost, Co-Editor.
REPORTERS-Seated: Sue Rush, Linda Murphy, Karen Madritsch, Martha Rufner, Janadine Mindach, Suzan Williams. Standing: Steve Gillaspy, Linda
Ketring, Tom Little, Suzanne Brinkley, Dan Carr. Nut Pictured, James Cox, Photographer.
Keep Tech Town Informed 'Round the Calendar
yearbook, for the first time, is devoting space to the
five maior activities ofthe seniors, to underclass
life, and is featuring more action sports pictures.
A giant kick-oFf sales campaign, known as Project
"X", was held this year, and hand picked agents
sold subscriptions to their classmates.
SPORTS STAFF-Seated: Carl Hand, Editor, Jerry Holcomb. Standing: David
Altopp, Bob Bostic,
CHARLOTTE Heubner, Cannon stat? typist, is shown preparing
copy for the paper. Meeting deadlines is a must for this gal!
TECHOIR-First Row: Phyllis Buchanan, David Barnard, Rebecca Wiegand,
Lyle Brewer, Margaret Wood, Lawell Kirkbrlde, James Williams, Donna
Moon, James Hunt, Marsha Reynolds, Robert Dunawoy, Joanne Jones, Diane
Denham, John HoFlman, Margaret Chandler, Jerilyn Goodwin, David
Daugherty, Shirley Davis, Louls Hasseld. Second Row: Joan Weddle, Judith
Gimlaer, Donald Longshore, David Opal, Margo Mcy, Jane Hunter, Jack
Foltz, Frank Craig, Ronald Taylor, Karen Framer, Betty Sievers, Carolyn
Martin, James Johnson, Heidi Dowdy, Linda Dalton, David Strauser, Karen
Miller, Marcia White. Third Row: Judith Rowlett, Mary Page, William Has-
seld, Richard Smith, Judith Sorrell, Steven Turner, Phyllis Miller, Julie
Shaefer, Mr. Moon, Dir,, Miss Swan, Asst. Dir., Mark Edwards, Accompan-
ist, Jack Beam, Elsie Humbarger, Shirley Lee, Sue Montgomery, John Russell,
Jeannette Hunt, Betsy Pearson, Jane Brock-Jones, Minetta Crawford. Fourth
Row: Carolyn Keller, Ronald Shrigley, Marilyn Hicks, Jon Hastead, Rita
Sykes, Ronald Casner, Paul L. Young, Deryl Hedge, Darrell Britt, Carlton
Greene, William Sterrett, Julie Allen, Joe Mullord, Nancy Pierson, Robert
Taylor, Judith Jacobson, Jack Justus, Kenneth Woodard.
All Indianapolis Hears and Applauds
MADRIGAL SlNGERS-Seated: Margaret Wood,
Julie Allen, Julie Schaefer, Nancy Pierson, Lindo
Dalton, Margo May. Standing: Ronald Taylor,
Daniel Carr, William Hosseld, Jon Halstead,
William Sterrett, Richard Smith.
BOYS' OCTETTE-Lowell Kirkbride, David Daugherty, Deryl Hedge, James Williams, John Russell, .lack Justus, Joseph Mulford,
Carlton Greene, Mr. Robert Simpson, Dir. Seated: Frank Jacobs,Accomponist.
Our Excellent Music Groups
With a "prest-o-change-o," Treadwell Hall is rapidly
becoming a well-established music hall. Techites who
.. . "feel a song coming on" can find unceasing
opportunities in one of Tech's six talented vocal
groups. The largest is the Techoir-the ultimate goal
of these musically-minded students. There are also
five smaller groups-Madrigal Singers, Girls'
Ensemble, Boys' Octette, Boys' Concert Club, and
Elizabeth Kaltz Singers. Each, noted for its
harmonious quality, is constantly in demand
by local, civic, and church organizations.
GIRLS' ENSEMBLE-Shirley Davis, Sue Mant-
gomery, Rita Sykes, Joanne Jones, Judy Jacob-
son, Diane Denham, Margaret Chandler, Jane
Brock-Jones, Marsha Reynolds.
KIWANIS Club calls Tech bond most improved in city. Betty
Sievers, Dick Foster, and Barbara Lunsford view the new
trophy given the band by the civic organization.
ELIZABETH KALTZ SlNGERSfFirst Row: Susan Ward, Sharon Ruppert, Asst,
Sec., Juanita Bland, Michele Knight, Shannon Waldo, Vivian Rike, Dorothy
Davies, Gloria Vinson, Vice-Pres. Second Row: Donna Terry, Betty Walton,
Sharolyn Condra, JoAnn Weber, Julayne Stinger, Kathleen Edwards,
Jayne Dillon, Karyl Kirkbride, Sec., Margaret Persinger, Jackie Walton.
Song ls uBusiing" Out
Third Row: Jeanette Caplinger, Mary Jane Hoyt, Marsha Stutsman,
Carole Burns, Janet Canter, Judy Thomson, Cynthia Combs, Susan
Williams, Judi Burnam. Fourth Row: Janis Rush, Pres., Betsy Yost,
Sharon Urshon, Martha Rufner, Barbara Slack, Linda Higgins, Joyce
Phipps, Cheryl Carr. Nat Pictured: Miss Louise Swan, Dir.
All Over Campus
BOYS' CONCERT CLUB-First Row: Terrence Tandy, Joseph Duff, Larry
Coleman, Pres., Bill Eltzroth, Acc., Mr. Robert E. Simpson, Dir., Don Hughey,
Charles Pltchford, Jerry Miller, Dan Opel, Second Row: Mike Cavanaugh,
David Stansifer, Larry Fitzgerald, Vice-Pres., Tom Benell, Noel Metcalfe,
Frank Jacobs, Acc., Bill Cook, Jim Gribben, Host, Bill Lane, Bill Griliey.
Third Row: Don Allen, Jim Ward, Mike Noblitt, Sec.. Jerry Hubbard, Haw-
ard Dawers, Roger Harper, Rolland Fraser, Mike Edwards, Ron Segraves,
Allen George, Sgt. at Arms. Fourth Row: Hugh Bryson, Jerry Lankford,
Douglas Brooks, Owen Young, Mike Hoffman, Tom Brinkley, Harold
Rightar, Johnny Henson, Marvin Morris, Jim Weddell, Ted Greene. Not
Pictured: Walter Bowman, Steve Vie.
MUSIC CLUB-First Row: Betty Sievers, Vice Pres., Carolyn Martin, Rec.
Sec., James Taylor, Pres., Charlotte Huebner, Corr. Sec., Ron Pallikan,
Sgt. at Arms. Second Row: Loretta Leturgez, Marcia White, Karen Yeoman,
Diana Alvarez, Deborah White, Nancy Rite, .loan Weddle, Evelyn Martin,
Another Verse ls Added
lt's strictly "do-re-me," when the Elizabeth Kaltz
Singers and the Boys' Concert Club meet fourth hour.
Both groups are designed as preparatory instruction
before entering the Techoir. This year the Kaltz
Singers pertormed with the Indianapolis Symphony,
and both groups caroled onthe downtown Circle.
JUNIOR HIGH CHOIR-First Row: Carole Early, Sheree Wade, Sandra
Main, Fred Grabbe, Craig Barns, Harry Shapiro, George Marlow, Fred
Panhorst, Charles Sparks, Roger Muterspaugh, David Coflin, Bob Loveman,
Janice Britt, Judy Bell, Marsha Bromagen, Peggy Boswell. Second Row:
Frank Jacobs, Acc., Sheryl Thiesing, Pat Todd, Faye Tolle, Harold Backus,
Donald Grittith, Brent Landis, Phillip Kunkel, James Williams, Bob Cross,
Clilil Chandler, Charlotte Grebe, Jenny Goodnight, Linda Umbarger,
Sheila Turner, Rebecca Thompson, Mary Monchein, Shirley Harris, Miss Rose-
Marilyn Hicks. Third Row: Mr. Robert Gwyn, Span., Linda Murphy,
Leturgez, Rebecca Anderson, Virginia Batt, .Iune Clark, Marilyn Williams,
Shirley Johnson, Steve Osterhoust, Bill Clark.
to Our Music Program
When it comes to selecting a club, you may hear the
comment, "make mine music." While being one at
the more popular clubs on campus, the Music Club
also has the reputation ot being one ol the most
active. lt sponsors the "popularity contest" at
the Mardi Gras and holds a gala Christmas party.
mary McGuire, Dir. Third Row: Janice Redick, Bob Hittle, Mary Ann
Banta, Rose Bough, Kenneth Wells, John Jones, Bob Deal, Bob Foster, Ray
Englander, Byron Slater, Van Butler, Michael Weber, Glee Looper, Sheila
McAllister, Pam Hunt, Kay Lester, Leonore Hodges. Fourth Row: Joyce Bur-
ris, Linda DeHay, Hermione Miles, Bob Huskisson, Larry Fields, Paul Mc-
Dowell, Vaino Aiagno, Paul Palmer, Tim Mosier, Oliver Whitted, Michael
Seagraves, Frances Gunther, Diane Roberts, Faith Marshall, Rosemary
Koelling, Carole Vest, Sandra Arterburn.
MAJORETTES AND FLAG TWIRLERS-Firsl Row: Charla Fields, Barbara Lunsford. Phyllis Buchanan, Patty McClain. Second Raw: Sharon Crawley, Janet
Purcell, Rita Shulifield, Jayne Dillon, Marty Scarborough, Silvi Pcrna.
High Sleppers Lend Color at Sporting Events
TRUMPETEERS AND COLOR GUARD-
FIDE' Row: Carol Talbert, Donna Terry,
Vivian Rike, Margaret Lindley, Second
Row: Shiloh Graves, Mary Jane Hoyt,
Charlene Marqua. Timmie Walker.
This year, Tech Town's String Ensemble busily
prepared themselves for the State Contest, when '
they were not working up numbers for appearances
at Tech Town events, At the District Contest the hard'
working ensemble won lst place. The Junior High
Orchestra was also busy practicing for their many
performances for parents and classmates.
The glamour and excitement of appearing before
enthusiastic fans prompts girls to try out for Band
Drill. Tech Town's future high steppers spend a
period a day practicing and arranging routines.
This is basic training for girls who wish to be
maiorettes, flag twirlers, trumpeteers, or members ' ' '
STRING QUINTET-Marilyn Hicks, P. JoAnn Weber, Mr. Raymond Brandes,
Dir., William Eltzroth, Carolyn Martin, Gareth Putnam.
ofthe color guard in the Tech band.
String Groups Tune Up for Their Many Performances
JUNIOR HIGH ORCHESTRA-First Row: Dorothea Mills, Ray Englander, Goodnight, Patricia Todd, Becky Essex, Van Butler. Third Row: Mr, William
Janice Redick, Mary Monschain, Bridget Gwin, Steve Epply, Carol Scand- Breedlove, Dir., Robert Faster, Randal Woodson, Robert Cross, Ray Lither-
land, Pamela Hunt. Second Row: Mary Ann Banta, Sue Johnson, Sheryl land, Kenneth Wells, Matt Mattlick, Viano Aiano, Clifford Chandler. Not
Thiesing, Myra Strelnieks, Glee Looper, Patricia Wray, Tim Master, Jenny Pictured: Barbara Wegener, Emily Gulfian.
JUNIOR HIGH BAND-First Row: Dorothea Mills, Evelyn Lewin, Marty
Boren, Alice Shipley, Deearee Wilson, Mary Ann Bonta, Leonore Hodges.
Fran Epler, Janice Lynch. Second Row: Tim Mosier, Ray Englander, Patty
Ann Todd, Jenny Goodnight, Pat Wray, Bill Bryant, Shirley Givans, Mott
Matlik, Kenneth Wells. Third Row: Chris Hommont, Gordon Caudill, Eliza'
beth Brasher, Van Butler, Harold Backus, Becky Essex, Bonita Korn, Maxine
Fields, Philip Kunkel, Tom Nedifer. Fourth Row: Diane Roberts, Cheryl Hardy-
man, Virginia Wells, Marsha Bromagin, Marlin Dodge, Larry Ebersole,
Charles Sparks, Robert Hittle, Clifford Chandler, Viano Aiano. Fifth Row:
William Breedlove, Dir., Ray Litherland, Bob Crass, James Howell, Earl
s Led the Big Parade.. "
Tech's Concert Band was voted the most improved football marching
band in the city by the Kiwanis Club. Wearing colorful uniforms the
members usually march to fast tempos and form intricate patterns.
The band plays at all home football games and accompanies the
team at some out-ot-town games. They also found time to participate
in the Indianapolis Christmas parade and at lndiana University
CONCERT BAND-First Row: James Taylor. Mil-ce Edwards, Dan Carr, Jerry
George, Virginia Batt, Evelyn Martin, Pamela Miller, Charlotte Huebner,
Harold Rightor, Ralph Gene Ray, Curtis Ray, Richard Foster Second Row:
Rebecca Anderson, June Clark, Diana Alverez, Sharon Mackey, Bruce Pater-
noster, William Campbell, Karen Yeoman, Clifford Wheeler, Tracy Davidson,
Danita Duree, Kirk Waldhaus, Mariorie Oskins, Harold Simmons. Third Row:
Marcia White, Linda Murphey, Linda Kohlmeyer, Sheri McCain, Kenneth
Eggert, Roy Rossell, Kenneth Bass, Nadene Hoppes, Barbara Slack, Judy
CONCERT ORCHESTRA-First Row: Gareth Putnam, Joanne Weddle,
Engel, Marilyn Williams, Sonay Ohne, Marilyn Hicks, Daniel Glover.
Row: Carolyn Martin, Bonnie Poison, Joyce Dowdy, Judy Johnson, St
Tomescu, Sandy Parker, Susan Smith, Shirley Johnson, Third Row:
Craig, Elizabeth Fritch, Jonell Weotherard, Donna Sovern, Bonn
Elaine Dearinger, Terrence Tandy, Carol Robertson, Frank Jacobs, Karen
Milter, Phyllis Miller, Cheryl Grundy, Eileen Huntley, Betty Bledsoe. Sarah
Baker. Fourth Row: Mike Jones, Nancy Fosso, Cheryl Carr, Geraldine
Michael Cavanaugh, LeAnn McNeal, Carol Sattord, Gladys Booker, Betty
Sievers, Pom Miller. Charlotte Huebner, Evelyn Martin, Rebecca Anderson,
Mike Edwards, Jim Taylor, Dick Foster, Mayme Ladd. Charles Carmony.
Fifth Row: Raymond Brandes, Dir., Jim Williams, Marcia White, Charles
Pitchiord, Ralph Eddy, Michael Lane, Robert Dunaway, Allen George, Steve
Osterhaut, Daniel Hughey, Edward Akres, Ronald Pollikon. Jon Halstead,
of Tech Musicians on to Another Successful Year
Band Day. For those students who prefer the more sophisticated strains
of Brahms and Schubert, there is the Concert Orchestra. Aside from
playing at various civic functions, the orchestra also plays at impressive
assemblies and social events. Following the high-stepping footsteps
of the older band is the precisioned Junior High Band with its own
maiorette corps. Mr. William Breedlove is director of this organization.
Rose, Ann Taylor, Ralph Beight, William Beavam, Don Cordell, Robert E. ter, Mary Richards, Nancy Rite, Betty Boteson, Ronald Pallikan, Robert
Williams, Gary Haltom, William Williford, Allen George, Mike Lane, Robert Armstrong, Robert Coar, Jerry Collins, Dean Myers, Robert Oyler, Larry
Dunaway. Fourth Row: James E. Williams, Barbara Mahone, Dennis Cress, Cochran, Don Hughey, Edward Akers, Steve Osterhaut. Drum Maier: Betty
Bruce Geddes, Paul Hemphling, Charles Pitchford, Ralph Eddy, Kim Phemis- Sievers.
ONE of these senior lovelies will reign oi our onnuol senior prom of The Indiana Roof.
As Members of The Class
who now ore reody to foce
1, A fufure challenges wilh on sound
V V hugh school educohon from . . .
of '60 We Will Long Cherish Our Days at Tech
e e 1
AMONG the 105 students who were honored ot the 1959 Supreme Doy cxwcirds ossembly were Lynn Hunter ond Nancy Kleif-
gen, who earned publicotion's swords given by Miss Ella Sengenberger, our former director of publications, who retired,
SHARON Coffee, class of 1959, posses the torch, o symbol ot
Tech spirit and tradition to Jim Hunt, from clcxss of 1960.
Seniors Anxiously Await
Legion Doy, Supreme Doy, Junior-Senior Convoco-
tion, Vespers ond Commencement ore very speciol
doys tor seniors. On the doy ot the Legion
ossembly, members ofthe groduoting closs who hove
shown outstoncling leodership ond personcil quolities
during their yecirs ot Tech receive the coveted green
ond white pins of this honorory orgonizotion.
Supreme Doy, Moy 22, is the dote ofthe estoblish-
ment of our school, it is olso Honor Doy. This is the
dciy on which seniors receive toculty, olumni ond
PROUDLY weoring their green ond white Legion pins, mem-
bers ot the 1960 Tech Legion enioy o ted held in their honor.
TECH LEGION-First Row: Diane Denham, Margaret Kunkel, Gareth Putnam,
John Hoffman, Russell Hirschy, Heidi Dowdy, Jerilyn Goodwin, Carolyn
Martin, Marcia White. Second Row: Mr. McClintock, Miss Peterson, Vicki
Soden, Rose Soubeih, Julie Schatier, Mary Stanford, William Sterrett,
Gevon Stoner, James Taylor, Dorothy Vandagriff, Joan Weddle, Rebecca
Wiegand, Gatha Wesener, Meredith Wilson, Karen Yeoman, Miss Rhodes,
Mr. Anderson. Third Row: Mr. Glore, Mrs. Keuetemeier, Sandra Lively,
Donald Longshore, Barbara Lunsford, Robert Marshall, Margo May, Shirley
Davis, Dagniia Ozols, Silvi Porno, Betsy Pearson, Suzanne Quillen, Marsha
Legion and Supreme Days,
scholarship awards. At the inspiring Junior-Senior
Convocation, the Torch Bearer from the graduating
Reynolds, Sue Rush, Nick Sanders, Linda Ketring, David Shipley, Ronald
Shrigley, Betty Sievers, Mr. Belding. Fourth Row: Bonnie Allgoad, Diana
Alvarez, Rebecca Anderson, Sandra Bailey, Donna Coram, Martha Moss,
Robert Dunaway, Mark Edwards, Elsie Humborger, Gilbert Everett, Karen
Fromer, Melvyn Garland, James Hunt, Jo Angela Greene, Carlton Greene,
Phyllis lsom, .lo Ann Jones, Alice Kendrew, Ronald Schwomeyer, Lowell Kirk-
bride, Ronald Klipsch. Not pictured: Judith Ann Wolgarnatt, Gary Roy
Wood, Catherine Noalres, JoAnn Stephens.
Vespers and Commencement
class passes the flaming torch, the symbol ot the
schooI's spirit and traditions, to the junior representa-
tive. Finally comes the day of Vespers-those quiet
moments when each senior reflects his four years ot
high school. And last there is Commencement.
Through salty tears, seniors realize that their high
school education has come to an end. But tears are
soon forgotten in the gaiety ofthe Senior Prom.
HUSHED seniors listened to the music by the Techoir-adding
a quiet reverence to the very impressive Vesper service.
AS THE proud seniors of '59 march to graduation exercises,
they realize the many values ot a high school education.
BONNIE ALLGOOD-Pres. Sr. RR 190: Co-Editor 1960
Yearbook: Service Club, Recording Sec.: Sr. Council: SAO
PHYLLIS BUCHANAN-Vice-Pres. Sr. RR 190: Maiorelle:
Techoir: Harvest Moon Ball Queen: Sr. Council.
DIANA ALVAREZ-Sec. Sr. RR 190: Sr. Council: Sr. Prom
Com.: Music Club: Band.
JUNE BURSE-Treas. Sr. RR 190: SAO Rep.: Drama Club:
JCL: School Service.
SANDRA BAILEY-Sgt. or Arms Sr. RR 190: Sr. Council:
XYZ Club: SAO Rep.: Spanish Club.
MISS MARGUERITE HARDY-Sponsor RR 190.
RICHARD FOSTER-Pres. Sr. RR 153: Band, Pres.: ROTC,
Dpty. Bile. Gp. Commander: Key Club: Dance Band, Dir.
DIANE DENHAM-Vice-Pres. Sr. RR 153: Techoir: Girls'
Ensemble: SAO Board: ROTC Sponsor.
SHARON CRAWLEY-Sec. Sr. RR 153: Sr. Council: Flag
Twirler: SAO Board: Sr. Prom Com.
MELVYN GARLAND-Treas. Sr. RR 153: Basketball: Base-
ball: SAO Board: Key Club.
ROBERT DUNAWAY-Sgr. of Arms Sr. RR 153: Sr. Council,
Vice-Pres.: SAO Board: Techoir, Treas.: Band, Treas.
MISS FRANCES KINSLEY-Sponsor RR 153.
JAMES HUNT-Pres. Sr. RR 300: SAO Board, Pres.: Baskel-
ball: Techoir, Co-Pres.: Jr. Torchbearer.
JOANNE JONES-Vice-Pres. Sr. RR 300: Techair, Sec.: Sr.
Council, Sec.: Girls' Ensemble: Sr. Prom Com.
PHYLllS ISOM-Sec. RR 300: Sr. Gift Com.: JCL: School
Service: Cannon Agent.
RONALD KARNS-Treas. Sr. RR 300: Sr. Council, Sgt. at
Arms: Key Club: Sr. School Spirif Com.: Sr. Commencement
Treas.: Key Club, Sec.: SAO Board: Madrigals.
MISS MILDRED CORRIE-Sponsor RR 300.
Our High School Days Are Now But A Memory
We have completed our four years 'Round Tech
Town, and have shared hard work, parfies, and
proiecrs. As leaders, we have helped in making
this year a success.
One ofthe main activities on our agenda was The
election of Roll Room officers. The Senior Council,
which is composed of these oliicials, planned The
JON HALSTEAD-Sgt. at Arms Sr. RR 300: Service Club
BARBARA LUNSFORD-Pres. Sr. RR 7, Head Maiorette, Y-
Teens, Pres., Mardi Gras Queen, School Service.
LOWELL KIRKBRIDE-Vice-Pres. Sr. RR 7, Techoir, Key
Club, Pres., Boys Octette, Track.
SUE MONTGOMERY-Sec. Sr. RR 7, SAO Board, Techoir,
Girls' Ensemble, Jr. Red Cross Club.
RONALD KLIPSCH-Treas. Sr. RR 7, XYZ Club, Chemistry-
Physics Club, Chess Club, Drama Club.
THOMAS LITTLE-Sgt. ot Arms Sr. RR 7, Drama Club,
Cannon Staff, XYZ Club.
MISS LOIS SINK-Sponsor RR 7, Head Sr. Sponsor.
GARETH PUTNAM-Pres. Sr. RR 5, French Club, Treas. 8-
Sgt. at Arms, String Quintet, Orchestra, Co-Pres. 8- Con-
MARSHA REYNOLDS-Vice-Pres. Sr. RR 5, Techoir, Co-
Pres., Girls' Ensemble, ROTC Sponsor, SAO Board.
SUE RUSH-Sec. Sr. RR 5, ROTC Sponsor, Cannon Staff,
Sr. Council, XYZ Club.
DAVID SHIRLEY-Treas. Sr. RR 5, Sr. Council, Sketchbook,
RONALD SCHWOMEYER-Sgt. at Arms Sr. RR 5, Chess
Club, Pres., XYZ Club, Vice-Pres., Chemistry-Physics Club,
MISS WINIFRED BRILL-Sponsor RR 5.
WILLIAM STERRETT-Pres. Sr. RR 6, Key Club, Techoir,
Madrigals, Sr. Council, Pres.: JCL.
JO ANN STEPHENS-Vice-Pres. Sr. RR 6, Editor-in-Chief
of Cannon Newspaper, Sr. Council, United Nations Dele-
MARGARET WOOD-Sec. Sr. RR 6, Sr. Council, Techoir,
Madrigals, Service Club.
BENNIE WEBB-Treas. Sr. RR 6, ROTC, Maior, XYZ Club,
Football, Sr. Council.
MEREDITH WILSON-Sgt. at Arms Sr. RR 6, Sr. Council,
XYZ Club, Vice-Pres., Chess Club, Vice-Pres., SAO Rep.
MRS. CLARENA HUFFINGTON-Sponsor RR 6.
prom, commencement, and decided the suitable gift
to present to the school. Working together on the
Senior Committees to make preparations for gradu-
ation, the picnic, senior yearbook pictures, ribbons,
assemblies and the reception were big tasks, but
the final results of these events were worth
those endless after-school hours.
We will always have great respect for those who
were applauded on Honor Day and Supreme Day.
The awarding of Tech Legion pins was thrilling!
In these four years at Tech our interests have ex-
panded, and we have grown in many ways.
Education is the cornerstone of American democracy
We are now a part of that cornerstone.
MICHAEL ABBETT-Baseball, Cross Country, Block-T Club,
Sec. 8- Treas.
JOHN ABEL-Auto Club.
CONNIE ABNEY-SAO Rep,, School Service.
KENNETH ADAMS-Cannon Agent, SAO Rep., Basketball,
Mgr., Football, Mgr., Baseball, Mgr.
MARTHA ADAMS-Home Ec. Club, Vice-Pres.
SARA ADAMS-Cannon Agent.
JULIE AIKEN-Sr. Ribbons Com., SAO Rep., School Serv-
BEVERLY AKINS-Cannon Agent, Library Asst., SAO Rep.,
Alt., Fr. Orientation Guide.
LINDA ALEXANDER-Service Club, Girls' Recreation Club,
PAULETTE ALEXANDER-French Club, Music Club, SAO
Rep., School Service, Sr. Picture Com.
BARBARA ALLEN-School Service.
BILLY ALLEN-Service Club, Schoal Service, Wrestling.
JANICE ALLEN-Kaltz Singers, Drama Club.
JEAN ALLEN-Band, Cannon Agent, School Service, SAO
JOAN ALLEN-School Service, Cannon Agent, Alt., Fr,
P. TERRY ANDERSON-SAO Board, XYZ Club.
REBECCA ANDERSON-Music Club, Sr. Reception Com.
EDWARD ANDREWS-XYZ Club.
JOSEFHINE APPLEWHITE-Y-Teens, Pres., Sr. SAO Rep.,
French Club, Service Club, Speech Team.
RONALD ARMSTRONG-SAO Rep., Cannon Agent.
JANICE ARTHUR-Cheer Block.
THOMAS AUSTIN-School Service.
IARIARA BACON-SAO Rep.: Cannon Agent: Nature
Study Club: Service Club: School Service.
ANNA BAILEY-Kaltz Singers: School Service: Girls' Play
M. IMOGENE BALL-FTA: Drama Club: Home Ec. Club:
JANET BANTA-School Service: SAO Rep., Alt.: Girls'
EARL BARNES-Drama Club.
EDWARD BARNES-School Service.
WILLIAM BARNETT-Track: Football: Block-T Club: School
DONNA BASINGER-Cannon Agent: Style Show: Girls'
Play Day: School Service.
GERALD BATKIN-School Service.
MARGIE BAYNE-Cannon Agent: Service Club.
GLENN BEACH-Art Club: ROTC, Drill Team.
REBECCA BEASLEY-Style Show: Girls' Play Day: Cheer
WILLIAM BERNHARDT-SAO Rep.: Cannon Agent: Drama
LUCILE H. BESS-
A. LAVONNE BLADES-SAO Rep., Alt.
MINNIE BLAKELY-Cannon Agent: FNA, Sec.: Fr. Orien-
BETTY BLEDSOE-Orchestra: FTA: Chemistry-Physics Club:
EVVA BOGLIN-Cannon Agent: SAO Rep.: Fr. Orientation
.IANICE BOOTH-Y-Teens: JCL.
ROBERT BOSTIC-Baseball: Sr. Convocation Com., Con-
LINDA BOYD-SAO Rep.: School Service.
MICHAEL BRADLEY-Cannon Agent.
ROBERT BRADSHAW-Wrestling: Football.
DONNA BRINKLEY-FNAg JCL.
DARRELL BRITT-Football, Techoirg Track.
GISELA BRIVMAN-JCL, PNA, lntern'l. Rel. Club, SAO
Rep., School Service.
NANCY BROWN-Cannon Agent, SAO Rep., Home Ec.
Club, Pres.: FTA: Service Club.
RICHARD BROWN-Football, Baseball, School Service.
ROBERT G. BROWN-Auto Clubf School Service.
ROBERT M. BROWN-Wrestling: Band.
THOMAS BROWN-Wrestling, Football: Track, Bond,
VIRGINIA BUCY-Service Club.
As juniors the Prom was our big night with
the crowning of Betty lson ond Melvyn Gor-
land queen ond king of the formal affair.
THOMAS D. BUDD-
PATSY BUNDREN-School Service: Home Ec. Club.
LILLY BUTLER-Orchestra: FTA: Sr. Cap 81 Gown Com.
JOHN BYUS-Football: SAO Rep.: Track: School Service.
CAROLYN CAMP-Home Ec. Club: DCE Club: Natural
Science Club: FNA.
WILLIAM CAMPBELL-Music Club: Art Club: Drama Club:
SAO Rep.: Service Club.
MICHAEL J. CANTER-
BUDDY CANTRELL-Baseball: Spanish Club: School Serv-
ice: Cannon Agent: SAO Rep., Alt,
JEANETTE CAPLINGER-SAO Rep.: Kaltz Singers.
J. MICHAEL CARLISLE-Track: Football.
DANIEL CARR-Techoir: Madrigals: Key Club: Cannon
MARILYN CARR-Cannon Agent: SAO Rep.: FNA.
NOLA CARR-School Service.
KENNETH CARTER-Boys' Concert Club.
DAISY CAVANAUGI-I-School Service.
JAMES LARRY CHAMBERS-
CURTIS CHILDRESS-Football: Wrestling.
JACK CLARK-Track: Football: Fr. Orientation Guide.
MARY ELLEN CLARK-Cannon Agent: Service Club.
MARY JUNE CLARK-Band: Music Club: Sr. Ribbons Com.
ELEANOR CLEVELAND-Service Club: Y-Teens.
TANYA COFFEY-German Club: Cannon Stuff
BARRY COOK-Baseball: Basketball: Football: Trcck:
DONNA CORAM-Spanish Club, Drama Club: SAO Rep.,
PHILIP CORBIN-Cross Coumry, Wrestling, Service Club:
CECIL CORNELL-Truck, Cross Country, Block-T Club.
CHARLES COWHERD-School Service.
JAMES COX-Cannon SNR: ROTC Color Guard: ROTC,
FRANK CRAIG-Football, Basketball, Truckp Techoiry
MINNETTA CRAWFORD-Kcliz Singers: Techoir.
LEONARD CRUMP-School Service, Service Club, Chess
Clubf German Club.
MICHAEL CUNDIFF-SAO Rep.: ROTC NCO Club.
MARIE CUNNINGHAM-Girls' Play Day.
JERRY CURL-School Service.
ROBERT CURRY-School Service, XYZ Cluby Chemistry-
Physics Club: Chess Club.
REX CURTIS-Deceased, December 27, I959.
MICHAEL CUTSHAW-Key Club: Trcckp Wrestling: Foo?-
bull, Mgr., FTA
LINDA DAILEY-School Servicei Sr. Picture Com.: Service
FRANK DALTON-SAO Rep.
DAVID DAUGHERTY-Techoirg Boys Octettep Tech Bible
DOROTHY DAVIES-Kultz Singers.
JOHN DAVIS-ROTC, Drill Team.
SHIRLEY DAVIS-Techoirg Girls' Ensemble.
DAVID DAY--German Club.
WALTER DEARING-JCL, School Service.
JOYCE DEVINE-Service Club.
WANDA DE YOUNG-School Service.
What would we have done without the guid-
ance of our marvelous senior sponsors? Four of
the six are shown above on their way to the
i959 graduation exercises in the stadium.
CAROL DILLEY-Drama Club: Library Asst.
CHARLES DIRR-Cross Couniry.
DENNIS DOLLENS-School Service: SAO Rep.
RICHARD DONAHUE-Dance Band, Orchestrug Cross Coun-
ROBERT DONOVAN-Chess Club.
MARGARET DOOLEY-School Service.
RUSSELL DOOLEY-ROTC, Li. Col.: Mililury Ball, King:
SAO Rep.: ROTC, Drill Team.
JERRY DOUGLAS-SAO Rep.: ROTC, NCO Club, Pres.:
ROTC, Color Guard: School Service.
HARRIET DOWDY-Y-Teens, Vice-Pres., Techoirf Service
MICHAEL DOWNEY-Cannon Agenl.
RICHARD DRAKE-Baseball, XYZ Club: Chess Club.
DONALD DU CHENY-
JOYCE DUGGER-Cheerleader, Cannon Agent: DCE:
GEORGE EASTES-Art Club.
DENNIS EDWARDS-Fooiballp Track: Basketball. Block-T
KATHLEEN EDWARDS-Kalvz Singers.
MARK EDWARDS-Techoir, Accompanist.
MARY EDY-Cannon Agent: Cheer Block
ANN ELKIN-Maiorette: Sketchbook.
PATRICIA ELLIOTT-School Service: Home Ec. Club: Cheer
EMILY ENGLAND-SAO Rep.: School Service.
BARBARA ESSEX-Intern'tl Rel. Club: Jr. Red Cross Club:
Y-Teens: Cannon Agent: Speech Team.
RONALD FALL-SAO Rep.: School Service.
C. THOMAS FAULKNER-
ARMIN FIEDLER-Football: German Club: ROTC, Rifle
GRACE FISHER-Girls' Recreation Club: FTA.
WALTER FLOCKHART, JR.-ROTC, NCO Club.
JULIE ANN FOLEY-Cannon Agent: School Service.
BONNIE FOUTS-SAO Rep.: School Service.
l.. WILLIAM FOX-
.IUDITH FRANK-Kaltz Singers: School Service: Cannon
GARY FRANKLIN-School Service: Service Club.
KAREN FROMER-SAO Board: Techoir: Connon Staff: Jr.
Red Cross Club, Set.: JCL.
PEGGY FURGUSON-PNA: Service Club: SAO Rep.: Cheer
BARBARA GADDIE-Y-Teens: Service Club: Cannon Agent.
JUDY GARING-Home Ec. Club: Y-Teens.
LYNDA GERALDS-School Service: Spanish Club.
KARL GIEZENDANNER-ROTC, OHicers Club.
STEPHEN GILLASPY-Cannon Staff: SAO Rep.: Cannon
JUDITH GIMBER-Techoir: Kaltz Singers: Drama Club:
JERILYN GOODWIN-Service Club, Pres.: FTA, Pres.: SAO
Board: ROTC Sponsor: Techoir.
AUGUST GORDEN-Block-T Club: Football: Wrestling.
E. SANDRA GORDON-Y-Teens: Home Ec. Club.
GEORGE GORDON-Tennis: Key Club: Senior Picnic Com.
VALERIE GORDON-School Service.
BARBARA GRAY-Y-Teens: SAO Rep.
GWEN-DOLYN GREEN-French Club.
SAMUEL GREENBERG-Nature Study Club: Latin Club.
CARLTON GREENE-Key Club, Vice,ePres.: Boys Octette:
Techoir: Block-T Club, Vice-Pres.: Football.
JO ANGELA GREENE-Sr. Ribbon Com.: Cannon Year-
book Staff: JCL, Editor: Y-Teens, Corres. Sec. 81 Devotional
Leader: School Service.
SAMUEL GREENE-Football: Track.
Our class was the first to initiate the wearing
of senior cords. ln o class election we chose
creomecolored cords modeled here by Terry
Anderson and Judy Rowlette.
SARA GRIFFITH-Speech Team: School Service.
SHEILA GROFF-Home Ec. Club: Pen-Pol Club: Cannon
Agent: Drama Club.
MARY GRUBBS-Library Asst.
JANICE GWINN--DCE, Vice-Pres.: SAO Rep.: Service
DAVID HAAS-Football: XYZ Club: Cannon Agenfp SAO
JOSEPH HADSELL-German Club.
L. TIMOTHY HALCOMB-Cannon Photographer.
JUDITH HAMMER-School Service: Dromo Club: Jr. Red
Cross Club: Spanish Club: Service Club.
CARL J. HAND-Cannon Sports Editor: XYZ Club.
WILLIAM HANES-Radio Club.
MARSHA HANSFORD-Service Club: School Service: Cheer
MARY O. HARRIS-
P. GREGORY HARRIS-ROTC. Btle. Grp. Commander,
Mcior: SAO Board.
THOMAS HART-Tennis: Key Club: Bond: Orchestra:
LINDA HARVEY-Cheer Block: SAO Rep.: Cannon Agent,
JOSEPH HAWKINS-Chemistry-Physics Club: Drama Club:
MARILEE HAWKINS-SAO Rep.
MARY HAWKINS-SAO Rep.
DERYL HEDGE-Sr. Parents Reception Com.: Techoir: Boys
MARIANNE HELD-School Service: Service Club: Cannon
HARRY U. HELTON-
Tech's Margaret Kunkel, delegate to the United
Nations, and JoAnn Stevens, DAR Good Citizen,
prepare for the coming, gay holiday festivities.
CAROLYN HERNDON-Service Club, Cannon Agent,
Cheer Block, SAO Rep. 8. Alt., School Service.
MARILYN HICKS-Techoir, Orchestra, String Quintet, FNA,
WILLIAM HIGGINS-DCE, ROTC, Drill Team, Techoir.
CARLETON HILLMAN-School Service, Drama Club.
RUSSELL HIRSCHY-Sr. Convocation Com., Basketball,
Mgr., German Club.
LARRY HOCKMAN-Wrestling, Baseball, Cannon Agent.
BETTY HODNETT-DCE, School Service, FNA, German
ROBERT HOFER-Track, School Service.
JOHN HOFFMAN-Key Club, XYZ Club, Sr. Picture Com.,
Techoir, Chemistry-Physics Club.
ELLEN HOLDER- Jr. Red Cross Club, School Service,
ROBERT HOLLER-Football, Track, School Service, Service
R. PHILLIP HON-Baseball.
SANDRA HOOK-Band, Service Club, Cannon Agent, Alt.
MICHAEL HORN-Football, Track.
MA DONNA HORTON-SAO Rep.: Cannon Agent: Jr. Red
Cross Club: Orchestra.
ENRICA HOUSTON-Pen-Pal Club: Service Club: Jr. Red
Cross Club: Y-Teens: Cannon Agent.
ADA HOWARD-DCE: School Service.
EMMA HOWARD-DCE: Home Ec. Club: Service Club:
School Service: Girls' Play Day.
SHARON HOWARD-Cheer Block: Kallz Singers.
CAROLYN HOWE-Cheer Block.
CHARLOTTE HUEBNER-Band: Orchestra: Music Club, Cor-
res. Sec.: Cannon Agent: Inlern'tl Rel. Club, Counselor.
DIANA L. HUFFMAN-
MONICA HUBBELL-FNA: School Service: Cheer Block.
ELSIE HUMBARGER-Cannon Staff: Techoir: Arr Club:
Natural Science Club: German Club.
JEANNETTE HUNT-Techoir: Orchestra: Music Club: Sr.
Cap 8- Gown Com.
JANE HUNTER- Cheerleader: Techoir: Jr. Red Cross Club.
JACK INGELS-ROTC Officers' Club: JCL, Pres.
CAROLYN INMAN-School Service.
CAROLE IRWIN-School Service: Service Club.
BETTY ISON-Cheerleader: ROTC Sponsor: SAO Board:
Service Club: School Service.
JUDITH JACABSON-Techoir: Kollz Singers: Girls' En-
semble: SAO: Cheer Block.
MICHAEL JOHNSON-Tennis: Chess Club: Service Club:
XYZ Club: Spanish Club.
SHIRLEY JOHNSON-Orchestra: Music Club: FNA.
Wonder if we'll ever forget the Beatnik era
which was so ever present during our senior
year 'Round Tech Town. Barbara Koelling
and Sieve Gillaspy ascend To a "cool, party
pad." Check Those "shades" and that berei,
DANA JONES-Style Showp Y-Teens: Speech Teamp Can-
non Agenlg SAO Rep.
JUDITH ANN JONES-
SHARON K. JORDAN-Bible Club.
SHARON KARNES-School Service, Style Show.
CAROLYN KELLER-Techoirp Drama Club, Koltz Singers.
LINDA KELLEY-Bond: XYZ Clubp Kolfz Singers.
ALICE KENDREW-SAO Rep.
C. DIANE KENNEDY-School Service: Speech Teamy Nu-
ture Study Club: Sketchbook.
LINDA KETRING-SAO Rep.: Cannon S1051 School Serv-
icep Home Ec. Club.
THOMAS KING-SAO Board. Key Club: Speech Team:
Track: Jr. Red Cross Club.
WANDA KING-Cheer Block, Drama Club, Cannon Agem.
PAUL KINGSTON-Chemistry-Physics Club.
JAMES KINNEY-Cross Country,
CHARLES DEAN KIRKBRIDE-Slxeichbookp Drorno Club.
CAROLE KLEIN-Ari Club, Y-Teens: Nature Study Club.
DANNY KOEHLER-Football, Truck, Block-T Club.
BARBARA KOELLING-SAO Rep., Cannon Agent.
DIANE KRUG-Koltz Singers, School Service, Cheer Block.
FRANK KRUMREICH-Chess Club, Chemistry-Physics Club.
MARGARET KUNKEL-Dromcx Club, Speech Team, Spanish
PATRICIA LAING-SAO Rep.
LARRY LAMOND-Bond, ROTC. NCO Club.
PATRICIA LAMPKIN-Home Ec. Club, DCE, School Service.
DAVlD LANGE--SAO Rep.
DARLENE LEE-School Service,
MARY LEE-SAO Rep.
SHIRLEY LEE-Cheerleader, JCL, Techoir, Kulvz Singers,
MARY LESTER-DCE, Slyle Show, Student Mgr,
SANDRA LIVELY-SAO Board, ROTC Sponsor, Jr. Red
Cross Club, Sr. Ribbons Com., Chairman, Style Show.
DONALD LONGSHORE-Techoir, Key Club, Football, XYZ
EMMA LOWE-Y-Teens, School Service, Service Club.
JAMES LOWER-ROTC Officers' Club, German Club,
School Service, Wresfling.
W. CLYDE LUCAS-Cross Country, Wrestling, ROTC, Drill
Team, Truck, SAO Rep., Alt.
MAX LYONS-Drama Club, Radio Club, Truck, Boys' Con-
STEPHEN MC CALLIE-XYZ Club, Chemistry-Physics Club,
Pres., Chess Club, JCL, Spanish Club.
KAREN M:COSKEY-Koltz Singers, Home Ec. Club, Y-
PERNOLA JEAN McDAMON-FNA, Service Club, School
DOUGLAS McPHERSON-French Club: School Service: Art
Club: Service Club.
JANET MicROY-School Service: Service Club.
DONNA MACE-School Service: Y-Teens.
GEORGE MAHONE-Cannon Agent: School Service: ROTC:
JO ANN MAICHEL-
ROSALENE MALONE-Orchestra: FNA: Latin Club: Nature
Study Club: DCE.
JOANN MARCUM-Service Club: Music Club: SAO Rep.
JESSIE MARSDEN-Wrestling: Track.
ROBERT MARSHALL-Key Club: SAO Board: Block-T Club:
CAROLYN MARTIN-Techoir: Orchestra: String Ensemble:
Sketchbook: Music Club.
DANA MASON-School Service: Y-Teens.
CONNIE MAUPIN-Service Club: School Service: Music
Club: Spanish Club: Kaltz Singers.
MARGO MAY-Techoir: Madrigcls: Service Club: Music
Club: School Service.
WILLIAM MEEK-Key Club: Baseball.
CHARLES METCALF-Wrestling: School Service.
CHARLES NORMAN MEURER-
KAREN MILLER-Techoir: Orchestra: French Club.
MARJORIE MILLER-SAO Rep.: School Service.
RITA MILLS-School Service: SAO Rep.
THOMAS MITCHAM-School Service.
SARALYNN MOON-Kaltz Singers: Service Club: School
JOEL MOORE-Service Club: School Service: Fr. Orien-
NELEVA MOORE-Fr. Orientation Guide: Cannon Agent:
SAO Rep.: School Service: Service Club.
MARVIN Moms-Rorc, Bile. Grp.: Spanish Club: school
Service: Bays' Concert Club.
MARTHA MOSS-SAO Rep., Cannon Agent, Art Club,
Y-Teens, Service Club.
JOSEPH MULFORD-Techoir, Boys Octette, ROTC, Drill
Team, Crass Country.
ROBERT MUNDAY-Cross Country.
JUANITA NELSON-Service Club, School Service, SAO
Rep., Cannon Agent.
PAMELA NELSON-SAO Rep., Alt.
SANDRA KAY NICHOLSON-
CATHERINE NOAKES-Latin Club, FTA, Drama Club, SAO
Rep., Speech Team.
GLORIA NOBLE-SAO Board, ROTC Sponsor, Jr. Red
Cross Club, Pres., Service Club, School Service.
STEVEN NOWLIN-Band, School Service.
EDWARD OGLE-Service Club, School Service, ROTC,
MARCIA OGLE-Drama Club, Y-Teens.
JAMES OLIN-Chess Club.
ROBERTA ORR-Klatz Singers.
JOE OSBORNE-Football, Mgr., Basketball, Mgr.
RUTH OSKINS-Cheer Block, Cannon Agent, Service Club,
STEPHEN OSTERHOUT-Band, XYZ Club, Chemistry-Phys'
ics Club, Debate Team, German Club.
DAGNIJA OZOLS-Sketchbook, SAO Rep., French Club,
SALLY PAINTER-Spanish Club.
RONNY PALLIKAN-Band, Chemistry-Physics Club, XYZ
Club, Music Club, Chess Club.
SANDRA PARKER-Orchestra, FNA, Music Club, Sr. Rib-
bons Cam., Style Shaw.
SILVI PARNA-Flag Twirler, Home Ec. Club, Pres. 8- Sec.,
German Club, Sketchbook, Style Show.
SANDRA PASCHAL-School Service, Home Ec. Club.
BETSY PEARSON-SAO Board, Corres. Sec., Techoir, Serv-
ice Club, Corres. Sec., French Club, Sec., Jr. Red Cross
SHERWIN PENNEY-Latin Club: Cannon Agent.
RONALD PERKINS-Spanish Club: SAO Rep.
WANDA PERKINS-FTA, Vice-Pres.: Cannon Agent, SAO
Rep., Alt.: Service Club: School Service.
DORIS PIERCE-FTA: Library Asst.: French Club: Pen-Pol
NANCY PIERSON-Techoiri Modrigals, Orchestra, Debate
DARRELL PLUNTZ-Wrestling. School Service
JON POGUE-ROTC, Rifle Team.
G. EDWARD POLLARD-Basketbcxllf Cross Country: Track.
JAMES O. POOLE-
DAVID WAYNE PORTER-SAO Rep.
MARY POTTER--School Service, Home Ec. Club: Cheer
NICHOLAS POWELL-Cannon Agent: SAO Rep., Alt.,
EDNA MAE PRACHT-Drama Club.
DONALD PRICE-ROTC Olticers' Club: ROTC. NCO Club:
LINDA PRICE-Service Club, Spanish Clubf Music Club.
Kultz Singersg SAO Rep.
Look at those freshies! Why that was us back
in September of 1956 cis we took the freshmen
orientation tour through Stuart Hcull.
A Royal picture to be sure. Becky Wiegand,
Football Jamboree Queen, shows off her Block-
T sweater to Sue Rush, Tech's princess in the
Indianapolis pre-Christmas celebrafion.
DAVID PRUITT-ROTC, Color Guard: ROTC, Flag Detail.
JANET PURCELL-Y-Teens: Service Club: Flag Twirler:
Color Guard: Sr. Dance Com.
ROBERT QUICK-Track: Naiure Sludy Club.
SUZANNE QUILLEN-Spanish Club, Pres. 8. Treas.: Art
Club: XYZ Club.
DOYLE RAMSEY-Baseball: Speech Team.
ELIZABETH RANDOLPH-SAO Rep., Alf.: .lr. Red Cross
Club: Service Club: School Service: FTA.
NANCY RATLIFF-XYZ Club: Y-Teens: SAO Rep.: Library
Asst.: School Service.
RALPH EUGENE RAY-Band: Dance Band: Skeichbook.
CAROLE REINKEN-SAO Board: SAO Rep.: .lCL, Vice-Pres.:
Jr. Red Cross Club, Corres. Sec.: Drama Club.
MARY REN FORTH-
SYLVIA REFINE-Library Asst: French Club: FNA: Pen-Pol
Club: School Service.
MARY RHODES-Natural Science Club: Girls' Recreufion
M. SUE RIDENOUR-Kaltz Singers: Service Club: School
MYRA ROBBINS-Cannon Sloff, FNA, Service Club: Ger-
man Club, School Service.
JOHN ROBERTSON, Il-
WILLIAM ROBERTSON-ROTC, Drill Team, Drnmc Club.
JOHN ROGERS-Fooiball, Baseball.
JUDITH ROWLETT-Techoir, .ICL, Sec.-Trees., Jr. Red Cross
Club, Drama Club, SAO Rep.
JO RUDDELL-In?ern'fl Rel. Club, Pres., Chemistry-Physics
Club, Sec.-Treos., XYZ Club, JCL.
PAULA RUPPERT-School Service, Service Club.
.IANIS RUSH-Kaltz Singers, Pres., French Club, Music
NICK SANDERS-SAO Board, Treas., Drama Club, Pres.,
Speech Team, Key Club, Service Club, Sgt. at Arms.
JERRY E. SATTERLY-
JULIE SCHAEFER-Techoir, Madrigols, JCL, School Service,
ED SCHAEKEL-Football, School Service.
DAVID M. SCHUCK-
RONALD SEGRAVES-Boys' Concerf Club.
CHARLES SHEA-School Service.
HENRY SHIRLEY-Bond, Auio Club.
RONALD SHRIGLEY-Drama Club, Techoir, School Service,
Natural Science Club.
RITA SHUFFIELD-School Service, Flag Twirler, SAO Rep.
ELIZABETH SIEVERS-Techoir, Band, Orchestra, Music
Club, School Service.
HAROLD SIMMONS-Bond: Music Club.
WILLIAM SIPES-School Service: Athletic Agent.
DENNIS SLUDER-ROTC, NCO Club.
JIMMIE SMITH-French Club: PNA: School Service: Drumo
PETER SMITH-Football: School Service: Athletic Agent:
PHILLIP SMITH-Nature Study Club.
ROBERT HENRY SMITH-Track.
T. LOUISE SMITH-SAO Rep.
ESTELLA SNOW-FTA: XYZ Club.
VICKI SODEN-ROTC Sponsor: Drama Club, Sec.: French
Club: Speech Team.
STEPHEN SOMMER-School Service.
ROSE SOUBEIH--French Club: School Service: SAO Rep,
ROBERT SPARGUR, JR.-School Service: Athlelic Ticket
PAMELLA SPARKS-SAO Rep.: Spanish Club: lntern'tI Rel.
PHYLLIS STACY-Service Club.
MARY STANFORD-Service Club: School Service: SAO
Rep.: Connon Sfoff, Bookkeeper.
NOEL STEPHENS-Football: Baseball: School Service.
BETTY STEVENSON-Speech Team: Jr. Red Cross Club:
Service Club: School Service: Y-Teens.
A. GEVON STONER-Cannon Sfufl: Prayer Circle: Home
Ec. Club: Service Club: School Service.
JAMES STRONG-School Service.
CHARLES PHILLIP STUART-Auto Club: Music Club.
JOYCE SUESS-Y-Teens: School Service.
HOWARD SULVER-Wrestling: Footboll.
SANDRA SUTTON-Cheer Block: SAO Rep.: Cannon
Agent: Spanish Club: School Service.
JOSEPH SZENTIVANYI-Cannon Agent: Track: Football.
CHARLOTTE TALLEY-SAO Rep.: Style Show.
JAMES TAYLOR-Bond, Pres. 81 Vice-Pres.: Dance Band:
Music Club, Pres.: Key Club: XYZ Club, Treos.
MARY TAYLOR-Girls' Recreation Club: Y-Teens: SAO Rep.
.IUDITH TERRY-Girls' Recreation Club: Cannon Agent:
Y-Teens: SAO Rep.
BARBARA THOMAS-SAO Boord: Jr. Red Cross Club: SAO
Rep.: School Service: Service Club.
C. REX THOMAS-Jr. Red Cross Club: SAO Rep.: Tennis.
CAROL TIMMONS-School Service.
MARILYN TOWNSEND-SAO Rep.
DONALD 'rucnen-Key Club.
CLARK TURNER-School Service.
HATTIE TURNER-Natural science Club.
RUBY TURNER-Service Club: School Service.
STEVEN TURNER-Boys' Concert Club: Techoir: ROTC,
Drill Team: ROTC, NCO Club:
TODD TURNER-School Service.
SHARON URSHAN-Kclltz Singers.
DOROTHY VANDAGRIFF-School Service: Service Club.
JERRY VANSICKLE-Art Club.
ALBERT VANSLYKE-School Service.
NANCY VASILEFF-PNA: School Service: Service Club:
BARBARA VAUGHN-Cannon Agent: Project X: School
Service: Service Club: Y-Teens.
GEORGE VERNON-Boys' Concert Club.
GLORIA VINSON-Kcltz Singers: Lotin Club: Music Club:
School Service: SAO Rep.
.IANICE WADE-School Service: Cannon Agent: Style
EDWIN G. WAKELAND-
.IACQUELINE WALTON-Kaltz Singers
SUSAN WARD-Kaltz Singers: Cannon Agent.
.IOYCE WATKINS-Kaltz Singers: Service Club: School
Service: Drama Club: SAO Rep.
BONITA WATTS-Cheerleader: SAO Rep.: ROTC Sponsor:
Service Club: Girls' Recreation Club.
RICHARD WEAVER-School Service.
P. JOAN WEDDLE-Cheerleader: Techoir: Orchestra:
Dance Band, Vocalist: XYZ Club.
BRUCE WELCH-School Service: Service Club.
DOROTHY WELCH-Style Show.
BYRON WELLS-SAO Rep.: XYZ Club: FTA: Cannon Pho-
GATHA WESNER--Spanish Club: FTA: Sr. Assembly Com.
ROBERT WESTERFIELD-Service Club.
KAREN WETHERALD-Girls' Recreation Club.
DUNCAN WHEATLEY-ROTC, Drill Team: ROTC, Officers'
Club: School Service.
C. THOMAS WHITE-Auto Club.
MARCIA WHITE--Techoir: Band: Orchestra: Dance Bona,
Vocalist: Music Club.
.IOANN WHITSEY-Service Club: School Service: Home
REBECCA WIEGAND-Cheerleader: Techoir: ROTC Spon-
sor: SAO Board: Football Jamboree Queen.
BETH WILHAM-Service Club: School Service: Cannon
Agent: SAO Rep., Alt.: Style Show.
WILLIAM WILIFORD-Band: Dance Band.
.IUDITH WILKERSON-School Service.
SANDRA WILKERSON-Cheer Block, Vice-Pres.: Spanish
Club: SAO Rep.: Cannon Agent.
ELOISE WILLIAMS-Girls' Play Day.
JAMES WILLIAMS-Band: Dance Band: Orchestra: Key
LORETTA WILLIAMS-School Service: Service Club.
MARILYN WILLIAMS- Cheer Block: PNA: Orchestra: Music
A. PAUL WILSON-
CAROL WILSON-School Service: Girls' Play Doy.
MARSHA WILSON-SAO Rep.: School Service.
JUDITH WINTERS-School Service.
JUDITH WOLGAMOTT-Bond: School Service.
NANCY WOLLENWEBER-Style Show: School Service:
GARY WOOD-School Service: Cannon Agent: SAO Rep.
G. MICHAEL WOOD--Sketchbook: Drama Club: School
PHILLIP WOOD-Bond: JCL: Boslceiball: School Service.
KENNETH WOODARD-Techoir: Football: Baseball: Key
JOSEPH WRIGHT-Track: Cross Country.
KENNETH WRIGHT-School Service.
MARY WRIGHT-Cheer Block.
MYRNA WRIGHT-Cheer Block: SAO Rep.
PHILIP WRIGHT-School Service: ROTC, Drill Teom: ROTC
NCO Club: ROTC Oliicers' Club.
RICHARD WRIGHT-Cannon Agent: SAO Rep.
KAREN YEOMAN-Band: German Club: Music Club: SAO
MONTE YOUNG-Band: Donce Band: Orchestra.
ROBERT P. YOUNG-SAO Rep.: School Service.
NANCY ZIMMERMAN-Slyle Show.
Sandy Parker, Sandy Lively, Angie Greene,
June Clork, Morcio While, Julie Aiken lie our
Senior colors - the True sign of distinction.
DIANNA BECKETT-Red Cross Club
DOROTHY CAUDILL-School Service: Cannon Agentg
SAO Rep.: Marion County Teenage Safety Council.
ELIZABETH M. COFFAL-
CALVIN COLVIN, JR.-
CYNTHIA COMBS-Elizabeth Kalrz Singers.
CLIFFORD DAY-Block T Club, Football: Wrestling.
CAROL S. ERCOLE-
FRANK FEATHERSTUN-Radio Club: Auto Club.
LLOYD P. JOHNSON-
ULYSSES S. JOHNSON-Football, Track.
SARAH J. KERR-Home Ec. Style Show.
WALTER R. KEY-Spanish Club. Track: Service Club:
Drama Club, SAO Rep.
MARY J. KIRBY-
WILLIAM L. LANE-
SHARON A. LONG-
JACK A. PARNELL finds thot the life of ci
senior picks up speed in his stale senior year,
beginning with being measured for his cap
and gown until the doy of commencement.
MARY F. PAGE-Techoir.
PAULINA PALMER-Service Clubg PNA Club.
JUDITH PARNELL-JCL: SAO Rep.
JUDITH PEACE-Home EC. Club,
CHARLES ROBERTS-Speech Team, Drama Club: Fooiballf
KATY ROBERTSON-SAO Rep., Cheer Block, Drama
Club: Spanish Club: Skelchbaok.
LARRY SCOTT-Cannon Agent.
JUDITH SEAY--Art Club: Service Club, Aihleiic Agent.
LYNN SMITH-SAO Repq Baseball, Cannon Agent,
STEPHEN L. SOWDERS-XYZ Club.
RICHARD L. STALEY-
ROSA S. THOMAS-
OSCAR L. WHITFIELD-School Service.
AUDREY L. WISDOM-Y-Teens, Publicity Chr.
PARENTS attending the Senior-Parenis Recep-
tion last fall discuss The preceding speech by
Mr. Robert Kryier on college studies.
AGILITY and muscle control are musts for ofhleles like Dick Donahue and Bill Hczsseld.
And What Techite
4, ond The Tech Teens who showed
17? excellent traits of sportsmanship
in making This o record yeor . .
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VARSITY FOOTBALL-First Row: William Rushton, William Clemons, Paul
Bawlby, Fred Bandy, Norman Terry, Frank Craig, Charles Jennings, Ken-
neth Woodard, Gary Sarver, Harold Woods, John Thurman, Second Row:
Mr. Charles Dagwell, Ath, Dir., Mr. Carlos Bell, Asst. Coach, Pete Smith,
Jack Justus, Edgar McVea, Clifford Day, John Byus, Ronald Jones, Ralph
Wilkinson, Phil White, Ronnie Heitzman, Darrell Britt, Mr. Ernest Medcalf,
Asst. Coach, Mr. Howard Catt, Trainer, Sam Scamp, Equip. Mgr. Third Row:
Michael Cutshaw, Mgr., James Bostic, Walter Jones, Sam Greene, Darnal
Johnson, Hoy Thurman, Ron Barlow, Don Koehler, John Finch, David
Barnes, Dennis Edwards, Carlton Greene, Mr. Wally Potter, Head Coach.
Big Green Suffers Poor Year But Prospects
HEAD coach Wally Potter finds that it often helps to shout,
threaten, and even cheer his gridiron eleven on to victories.
Despite a disappointing 2-win, 6-loss, and 2-tied
record, the varsity footballers, under the direction
of coach Wally Potter, showed a great deal of
promise for next year. ln city play, the team dropped
four contests without winning. However, City Champ
Cathedral had to fight tooth and nail to down the
tired-up gridders, l3-6. ln NCC competition, the
Green finished sixth with a 2-win, 2-loss, and l-tied
record. ln the annual Football Jamboree in the
Tech Stadium, Tech fought to a scoreless tie with
Washington. Against Frankfort at the Homecoming
game, the Big Green chewed up the Hot Dogs, 36-25.
Although Tech dropped this thrilling football contest to Broad Ripple's Rockets, l4 to l2, a
Ripple ball carrier runs and smashes into a stone wall of tough Tech defensive linebackers.
for 1960 Are Good
I2 Broad Ripple
LOWELL Kirkbride crowns Marsha Reynolds the T960 Home-
coming queen with Betty lson, Joyce Dugger, Shirley Lee.
Becky Wiegond, and Phyllis Buchanan in the royol court.
SCRAPPY haltback Frank Craig shows tight
as the gets away from the Marion tackler.
RESERVE FOOTBALL-First Raw: David Barnette, James Clark, John Deal,
Ted Kirby, David Sowder, Walter Hodgins, Tom Weliever, James Hoakes,
George Phillips, Larry Wellington. Second Row: Mr. Rabert Meyer, Coach,
Robert Harold, Troy Wright. Denny Lawless, Dencil Casner, John Muench,
Stephen Heitzman, Kenneth Lee, Dan Garner, Kenrich Caudill, Jack Cody,
Mgr. Third Row: Michael JeHeries, Mgr., Harry Campbell, Arnold Veller,
Harold Smith, William Dorsey, Charles Whitsey, Alfred Cunningham, Ar-
thur Fowler, McKenzie Brown, Jock Beam, Ronald Jarboe, Mgr.
Frosh Have Winning Season, Reserves Break Even
RESERVE FOOTBALL SCORES- l 959-60
Tech-I3 Broad Ripple-O
Tech-6 Cathedral- l 9
Tech-20 Shartridge-l 3
FRESHMAN FOOTBALL SCORES- l 959-60
Tech-l 3 Washington-20
Tech-6 Shortriage-l 2
Tech-l 4 Broad Ripple-l3
FRESHMEN FOOTBALL--First Row: David Church, David Cruser, Joe Easley,
Richard Cook, Lester Basey, Mike Keely, Donovan Busby. Second Row:
Raymond Whitney, Leo Hodges, Dennis Wilson, Joe Smith, Mike Harvey,
Richard Hessman, Tom Bandy, David Hall, Dave Meao, Mike Holder, Greg-
ory Carmichael. Third Row: lvan Moreman, Coach, Roland Bryant, Larry
Pawin, Mike Doan, Donald Sellers, Steven Shelby, Tyron Weathers, Donald
Tutt, John More, Arcides Moines, Albert Kessinger, John Baker, Hurry
Caskey, Caach. Fourth Row: John Clemons, Richard Kramer, Raymond
Smith, Mike Cantwell, Ronald Burleson, Clifford Miller, Randy Burns, Steven
Cooper, William Kruger, Gary Titus, Lee Applewhire. Mike Drone, Ronald
Woods, Roger Stout, Charles Horice.
CROSS COUNTRY-First Row: Stephen Beattie, John D. Carter, Courtland Lucas, Charles Randy Miller, Paul Meyers, Coach. Third Row: Martin
Bishop, John Brownlee, William Gibson, Donald Miller, Floyd Gillaspie, McAfee, Jack Dobbs, John White, Bernard DeVore, John Smith, Paul Ever-
Wayne Gibson, Robert Fable. Second Row: Frank Robinson, Elbor Hopper, man, Randall Steve Romack, Charles Ronald Justice, Robert Heath,
Michael Abbott, Leny Chester, Larry Dunville, Cornelius Muncie, Clyde
Cross Country Team Finds '59 Season Rough
The Cross Country team won only two dual meets in
1959. However, the Green did place tourth in the
NCC met and sixth in the City meet. The result in
both meets were the some for the second straight
year. ln the Sectional the team placed eighth, and it
did not qualify anyone tor the state meet. But the
Harriers, coached by Paul Myers, was a team loaded
with underclassmen, so prospects tor l96O are good.
CROSS COUNTRY SCORES-1959-60
Tech-34 Ben Davis-26
RESERVE CROSS COUNTRY-l959-60
RANDY Miller lleftt and Martin McAfee Crightl confer with
cross country coach, Mr. Meyers, before the coming meet.
Left to right: Don Lingle, Guard, Dennis Edwards, Center, Mickey Hartsburg, Forward, Ronnie Craig,
Maas' Men Cop Sectional,
Tech's varsity basketball team, coached by Charlie
Maas and paced by Mel Garland, won the City
Championship for the fourth time in seven years, and
copped the Sectional and Regional basketball titles
for the first time since 1952. The Big Green finally
lost to the eventual state championship runner-up,
Muncie Central, 48-44, in a hard fought contest in
the Semi-state tourney. Tech, using a "sticky"
defense, almost pulled the upset, but couldn't quite
keep up with the tall Bearcats.
Garland set two new school records for a single game
and for the season. His single-game high was 40
Tech Warren Central 57
Tech Southport 59
Tech Frankfort 68
Tech Newcastle 48
Tech Attucks 49
Tech Logansport 7i
Tech Anderson 48
Tech Washington 61
Tech Lafayette 60
Tech Manual 64
Tech Muncie 83
Tech Howe 53
Tech Marian 49
Tech Cathedral 47
Tech Richmond 7l
Tech Broad Ripple 65
Tech Kokomo 74
Tech Scecina 69
Tech Wood 42
Tech Howe 45
Tech Manual 51
Tech Speedway 29
Tech Cathedral 52
Tech Broad Ripple 58
Tech Shortridge 44
Tech Elwood 43
Tech Manual 45
Tech Muncie 48
Left To right: Mel Garland, Guard, James Hunt, Guard, Frank Craig, Guard: Jack Bradford, Assistant
Regional Before Bowing To Muncie
poinTs against Richmond and his new season record
was 507 points, which broke The old record seT by
Joe Sexson in l952. He also added l52 points in
The sTaTe Tourney for an all-season Toral of 659
points, and a 23.5 average, besf in The ciTy-counTy
since The high school days of former Crispus Airucks
sTar and All-American aT Cincinnafi UniversiTy,
Mr. Maas guided his lasT and besT Tech baskeiball
Team To a 2l win and 7 loss record. He retired
The end of The season and is naw a grade school
counselor. Mr. .lack Bradford was named coach.
MICKEY HarTsburg leaps high To grab a re-
bound from a Warren CenTral player in The
seoson's opening game, Mel Garland 1243 is
ready To help his Team in the nexT play.
Photos Courtesy of indianapolis News.
MR MAAS beams with pride as he snips down victory nets COACH Charlie Maas fires up the team with only two seconds
after downing Manual in the regional finale. He guided his left in the Manual regional game. Garland went ahead to
first regional and sectional teams before retiring as coach. sink two free throws and clinch the win 64 62 for the Green
RESERVE BASKETBALL SCORES-1959-60
Tech Warren Central-34 Tech Manual-40
Tech Southport-52 Tech Muncie-49
Tech Frankfort-36 Tech Howe-35
Tech New Castle-33 Tech Marion-35
Tech Attucks-46 Tech Cathedral-37
Tech Logansport-57 Tech Richmond-40
Tech Broad Ripple-35 lreserve city tourneyl Tech Brood Ripple-49
Tech Anderson-3l Tech Kokomo-50
Tech Washington-50 Tech Scecina-4l
RESERVE BASKETBALL TEAM-First Row: John White, David Bcrnette, James Larry Dunville,
Montgomery, Charles R. Miller, George Harris, Donald Woods, Charles Coach's Aid, Mike Jeflries, Mgr.
Roames Mgr. Second Row: Mr. Jack Bradford, Coach, Mackenzie Brown,
Stephen Manship, Bill Dwigans, David Altopp Bill Cook
FRESHMAN BASKETBALL TEAM-First Row: James Campbell, Elmer William- Michael Harvey, Gary Titus, Gary Meade, Richard Kramer, John A Smxth
son, Roger Stout, Joe Evans, William Sturdivant, Ben Baker, James Evans, James Jones, John Brownlee, Mr. Robert Mehl, Coach.
Michael Drane, David Havely. Second Row: Fred Hawthorne, William
Freshmen and Reserves Develop Varsity Prospects
FRESHMAN BASKETBALL SCORES-1959-60
Southport-41 ldouble overtimel
Wood-50 lhnal game runner upl
THESE scrappy trash netters show the spirit that THE reserve basketball team battled valiantly
helped them achieve a T2 win, 5 loss record. but found Ripple reserves too hot to handle.
Cheerers, Block-T Club
Boost School Athletics
This yeor the Block-T Club sponsored a lettermon's
oworcl to the freshmen othletes who showed out-
stonding promise in sports, scholarship, ond sports-
monship. They used the proceeds from the Mardi
Gros' bosketshooting booth to cover the cost ot the
owords. Ushering ot ball games ond serving os the
welcoming committee tor visiting teams were some
ot the functions ot the lettermen's club. They also
ployed ci port in orgonizing the cheer block.
BLOCK T CLUB-First Row: Donald Woods, Mike Abbott, Lurry Dunville,
Tom Brown, Frank Craig, Mel Garland, Bill Barnett, Randy Miller. Second
Row: Robert Mehl, Spon., August Gordon, Gilbert Everett, George Bishop,
Dan Koehler, Jessie Mursdon. Third Row: Robert Marshall, Dennis Edwards,
CHEERLEADERS-Kneeling: Lynn Funke, Sharolyn Condra, Judy Reyman,
Jennie Elkin, Sherry Howard. Standing: Mott Klein, Jane Hunter, Betty
lson, Joyce Dugger, Shirley Lee, Becky Wiegond. Russell Green.
GALLONS of linoment were ready for the faculty oll stors otter
the seniors won the Student-Foculty bosketbcxll game 30 to 26.
t Ml 7
THE score was tied, the seconds Flew, the ball was in the hands
of our star player, the crowd waited breathlessly, and then . . .
DAVE Barnes scores on a lay up as Walt Sahm ot Cathedral
tries to block the attempt and Dennis Edwards awaits rebound.
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Amid the screams of victory, the ball found its
way into the net to score another win for Tech.
Super Spirit Shown in '6O.
School spirit at Tech was definitely on the up-swing
in l96O. The formation of the boys' and girls'
cheer blocks and crownings of class basketball
queens were a great part ot this success.
When the going got rough for the teams-
the fans were there with those much needed screams!
VARSITY BASEBALL-First Row: Jerry Miller, Richard Hodgson, Mel Gar-
Iand, Phillip Hon, Darnal Johnson, Mike Abbett, Don Cochran. Second Row:
Johnny White, David Altopp, Merell Pennington, David Boker, Don Lingle,
ALL eyes turn to Richard Hodgson as he smashes a line drive
to center field, scoring another base hit for the Tech team.
John Underwood, Bob Bostic, Jack Dobbs. Third Row: Mr. Jack Bradford
Head Coach, Bill Horn. Mgr., John Finch, Bob Marshall, Buddy Cantrell
Mr. Ivan Moreman, Asst. Coach
With Only Three
Low in experience, but high in spirit were the 60
varsity baseball squad. With only three returning
lettermen and no returning pitchers, Coach Jack
Bradtord's greatest problem was developing his
pitchers. The team lost tour of its first tive games
April I2 Tech
April I4 Tech
April I9 Tech
April 25 Tech
April 26 Tech
April 2B Tech
May 3 Tech
April 27 Tech
April 29 Tech
May 2 Tech
May 4 Tech
New Castle-I 2
ANTICIPATION mounts as one by one the diamond men file out of the
dugoul for their Turn al bat. Each player hopes To score a victory run.
Lellermen, inexperienced Nine Sullers Diamond Woes
RESERVE BASEBALL TEAM-First Row: Willis Mills, Mgr., Dan Wetherald, Ronnie Cox, .lack Dobbs, Mike Cantwell, Mr. Quillin, Coach. Third Row:
Hoarse Milchell, Jerry Morgan, Tom Dobbs, David Buck, Elmer Williamson, David Sowder, Jimmy Clark, Tom Bundy, Robert Totten, John Deal, Jon
Charles Crider. Second Row: Bill Proctor, Gary Tilus, Kenneth Cuuldwell, Hall, George Harris.
VARSITY TRACK-First Row: Lowell Kirkbride, Mike Cutshaw, Jock Clark,
Jesse Marsden, Ronnie Heitzman, Tom King, McKenzie Brown, Elvor Hop-
per. Second Raw: Randy Miller, James Grayson, Tom Brinkley, William
Barnett, Steve Turnage, Frank Craig, Kenneth Lee, .lohn Carter, Howard
Tech Track Team Op
Under the supervision of Coach James Stewart, the
varsity track squad won five of six dual meets, and
placed third in both the City and North Central
Conference track meets. The team was led by hurdler
Bill Barnett, who was undefeated in dual meet
competition and was city champ in both the high
and low hurdles. Sophomore brood-iumper
McKenzie Brown copped first in the City meet. The
team was loaded with underclassmen and is looking
forward to a strong season in '6l.
Catt, Trainer. Third Row: Wally Potter, Asst. Coach, Cornelius Muncie,
Ulysses Johnson, Larry Dunville, Carlton Greene, Dennis Edwards, Ralph
Wilkinson, Ronald Barlow, Charles Dagwell, Athletic Dir., James Stewart,
e ns Season lmpressively,
VARSITY AND RESERVE TRACK SCHEDULE
May 29 Tech-78 Washington-31
April I Tech-62-2f3 Warren Central 2l and Wood 33-if3
April 7 Tech-54 Shortridge-55
April l2 Tech-55 Anderson-54
April l4 Tech-58 Broad Ripple-5l
April l9 Tech-59-2f5 Kokomo-49-3f5
April 22 City Meet
April 30 Tech-Third Muncie Central-First
May 6 Sectional Meet
May l3 Regional Meet
May 21 State Meet
April l3 Tech-41 Washington-68
April 20 Tech-63 Attuclcs-45
April 26 Tech-4l Manual-68
April 28 Tech-40 Howe-69
Shortridge first place-52
Washington second place-4BV2
Tech third place-48
THAT final burst of speed sends this
Tech cinderman across the finish line.
MCKENZIE Brown takes the big leap
thot made him the City broad jump
SOARING through the air with ease Champion in the meer on Aprll 22'
helps a pole voulter raise our score.
Places Third in City, NCC Meets
RESERVE TRACK-First Row: Steve Heck, James Whittaker. Rodney Asst. Coach. Scott Hubbard, John A. Smith, Robert Harold, Russell
Johnson, Clifford Miller, Alford Kessinger, Robert Winanis, Bernard Green, Walter Jones, Everett Miller, Mr. James Stewart, Head
DeVore, John Russell, Thomas Madden. Second Row: Mr. Potter, Coach.
FRESHMAN TRACK TEAM-First Row: Greg Carmichael, Mike Harvey, Steve Beattie, Don Sellers. Second Row: Richard Shumate, Mgr, Vaino Aiango
Roger Birklar, Larry Parvin, Jerry Lane, Benjamin Baker, Dennis Barlow, Mgr, Third Row: Mr. Ernest Medcalte, Coach, Fred Hawthorne, Roger Stout
Richard Hessrnan, Don Miller, John Baker, Mr. Carlos Bell, Coach.
Tennis, Golf, Freshman Track Appeal to Tech Men
TENNlS TEAM-First Row: Jim Munro, Roger Harper, Larry Coleman,
Michael Johnson. Second Row: Michael Edwards. Gilbert Everett, Gareth
Putnam, Phil White, Coach Rowland Leverenz. Not Pictured: George
Tech 5 Cathedral 2
Tech 6 Shortridge I
Tech 7 Broad Ripple O
Tech 2 Lafayette 5
Tech 6 Park i
Tech 6 Kokomo l
Tech 7 Anderson O
Tech 5 Muncie 2
Tech lV2 Washington l6lQ
Tech BV: Lawrence Central 7V2
Tech 7 Cathedral B
Tech 8Vb Anderson 7V2
Tech 7 Scecina 8
Tech-Eleventh: Broad Ripple and
North Central 3l3
GOLF TEAM-First Row: Mr. Mehl, Coach, Bill Hasseld, Denny Rushton
Dick Allen. Not pictured. Dick Honkins, Ronnie Taylor.
WRESTLING TEAM-First Row: William Gibson, Winston R. White, Larry
Allen, Greg Carmichael, William Kruger, Ronald Barlow, Fred Bandy,
Oscar Girolomi, Jessie Marsden, William Stagner, John D. Carter. Second
Row: John Marshall, Thomas Weliever, Lester M. Basey, Charles Good-
man, John Baker, Maurice Barns, Charles Jennings, Gary M. Sarver, John
Deal, Edgar McVeo. Third Row: Mr. Robert Meyer, Asst. Coach, Arthur
Fowler, John E. Moore, Joe Easley, David Cruser, John W. Mihay, Choice
Gorden, Ronald Jarboe, Manager, Mr. William Treichler, Coach.
Wrestlers Faced A Building Year in 1960. .
The T959-60 wrestling season turned out to be a
building year. Despite losing all its dual meets, the
varsity wrestlers, coached by William Treichler,
had two boys win Sectional titles and two that were
runners-up. William Stagner, lO3-pound class, and
team captain, Jesse Marsden, T20-pound class, won
Tech Broad Ripple-40
Brood Ripple-first place
Tech- Ben Davis-40
N. C. C.
individual titles in the Sectional Mat Meet. William
Gibson and August Gordon were second place
finishers in the 95-pound and 154 pound classes
respectively. The team placed fifth in the city tourney
and sixth in the NCC meet. All team members will
return next year except Gordon and Marsden.
JESSE Marsden, team captain, is shown applying a hammer
lock to his opponent in the Washington wrestling match.
THREE members of the busy custodial staff, Russell Clapper,
James Diana, and James Moylan, pose in front of the familiar
T-truck, which is often seen being used for jobs on campus.
Having 3,000 guests for lunch would make most
hostesses cringe. This is not so with our lunchroom
staff-for they smilingly serve just this many
students every day. Devouring about 1,650 hot dogs,
1,600 cold sandwiches, and 450 potatoes is an easy
daily assignment for hungry Techites. Also serving
Tech are our ianitors and matrons. This maintenance
crew not only cleans up after 4,500 pairs of dusty
feet but keeps the campus in good working order.
Staffs Service Tech Town and Its Teens
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Gladys Grigsby. Second Row: Thelma Garner, Eliza Badgley, Laura Merrill,
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Moore, Ilma Gillaspy, Evo Gibson.
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Assem blies .......,.,....,.....
Athletic Division Pages ......
Auto-Aviation Shop ........
Auto Club ........,..........
Baseball Teams ........
Basketball Queens ......,
Basketball Teams ......
Block T .....,...........
Bookstore Staff ........,
Boys' Concert Club ......,,.......
Boys' Octette ..........................
Building Trades Department .,....
Business Education Department
Campus Scenes .....,.........
Cannon Ball Candidates .....
Chemistry-Physics Club .......
Commencement, 1959 ....,.
Concert Band ..........
Concert Orchestra .,...,....
Cross Country ........,............
Curriculum Division Pages ......
Custodial Staff ..................
Debate Team ......,,............,..
Diversified Education Club .....
Drafting Department ..,........
Drama-Thespians ...... .....
Electric Shop ...........,......
Elizabeth Kaltz Sin ers
Employment Office ..........
English Department .......
Evening School ........
Faculty informal .,....
Football Teams .......,.......
Freedoms Foundation ......
French Club ....t,...,.......
Freshmen Life ..........
Future Nurses Club .......
Future Teachers Club .....,
German Club ..........
Girls' Ensemble .....
Golf Team .....,.....................
Health-Physical Education Department ,...
Home Economics Department ................
Honor Day, 1959 .................
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International Relations Club
Junior Classical League ,,,..
Junior High School ........
Junior High Band .......
Junior High Choir ..........
Junior High Orchestra ...,.,.
Junior Red Cross .......
Junior Life ........,..
Key Club .................
Language Department .... .
Library Staff .,..............
Lunchroom Staff .........
Madrigal Singers .............
Maiorettes, Flag Twirlers ....,
Mardi Gras ..,.........,.r.,....
Mathematics Department .....
Metal Trades Department .....,
Mr. McClintock .......,.......
Music Club .........,........,..
Nurses ....,,....,..... ,.
Orientation Program ......
Office Staff ...............
Printing Department ......
Radio Club ............
Science Department ......
Senior Division Pages .......
Senior Officers ..........
Senior Panels ...................
Senior Spring Activities .....
Senior Life ....,.....,.........
Service Club .............
Social Service Stat? ................
Social Studies Department ......
Sophomore Life .................
Spanish Club ,.....,............
Speech Team .............,.........
Stained Glass Window .............
Student Aftairs Organizatio
Summer School ....,............,..
Tech Legion ......
Tennis Team ......
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Vespers, 1959 .....
XYZ Club .....
Y-Teen Club ....
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