Trine University - Modulus Yearbook (Angola, IN)

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W N w L i 'x d ,lf W 4, I x, PRESID T'S MESSAGE MEMBERS OF THE 1950-S1 GRADUATING CLASSES! Another academic year has passed. With its passing you have achieved freedom from the rigors of your curriculum and you rejoice in your new found and long awaited status as a graduate. You eagerly await the test of your mettle, confident in your purpose and competency. That is as it should be and you are to be congratulated. But not all things are as they should be. Our every waking moment is permeated with doubt, confusion, uncertainty, depression. XVorse than those, we are sometimes fraught with loss of faith, lack of confidence and the arising of distrust. It is not the province of this message to enumerate the causes. It should suihce to state that these things result from the acts of man. They are the end and hoped for product of evil and and designing minds. This is not something new. The pages of history of this nation are filled with the record of similar challenges to the integrity of American patriots. All of us should take heart in the fact that nowhere in these same pages can be found any record of defeat of our American ideals and principals. It is your responsibilty as well as mine that our generation stamp out these evil influences. This is not an original thought. It was first expressed in 1776 and concluded with this pledge: "ii ii :9And for the support of this Declaration, with a Hrm reliance on the protection of Divine Providence, we mutually pledge to each other our lives, our fortunes, and our sacred Honor." Our pledge is no different today. -, H a, 1 l-i2J'ffJif-TC'6UXJif 5' 1 U06 -Theodore T. Wood THEODORE T. WOOD Preszderzt of Tri-State College DR. GLENN RADCLIFFE Ewczzfive Vice' Prcsidwzf MERRITT BOYER C0 olflzmzfoz 0 Vcfmam A ans BILLY SUNDAY Tl'FHS7l1'Fl' GERALD MOORE Dean of Aflmissions Placvlfzwzf Dirvrfor ROY BODIE Housing Direcfor DMINISTRATIO A A AA A A A A A A A A A A A A A A.:-4-.1-4--0-ao-4-4-.ec--oe-cpe-'04 4-04000000-ao-Q-aoooe-pe0400009000004-va-044-4 MARK J. WOODHULL Q I-IERMON PHILLIPS MAJOR-GENERAL RAY ALWOOD LEWIS B. I-IERSHEY PERRY T. FORD RAYMOND E. WILLIS Cfmirnzazz DEP RT E T HEADS ::4c::c::ooo::Qo:c: , V . JOHN C. HUMPHRIES .......... Mechanical Department Head DR. STEFAN J. SLANINA ........ Cloemieal Department Head CLYDE E. SHAW ....... .......... E leetrieal Department Head HOWARD W. HOOLIHAN .... , , Aceozzzziilzg Depmffmezzf HAROLD R. HOOLIHAN .R,R....RR.,,A Business Ad ll1ilIiSlLl'llfiOl1 JONAS G. CRISMAN ss,.sss v.... ss,sss.sssssss S e Cl'6lLd1"i6ll Science LELAND S. AX ,...e,...e,. ..,...ee., R adio D6pdVfl7l67Zf Head CECIL I-IAUBER ....e.........ee.e... L A... L ..... Civil Depdfflllellf Head STANLEY M. ACTON ........., A6T0l1dZLfiCdl D6Pd1'fllZ67Zf H earl I 1 1 I FACULTY FRANK ACTON M ccbanical E11 gincerin g VIRGIL G. AREAUX Engineerirzg Drawing LLOYD D. AUTEN Elecirical Erzgirzecring CARL BECKER Matbcmazfics MAX J. BEZIK Cbcmisfry Laboratory ROSS A. BUTLER M afbcmafics MARY E, DISHER CARNEY Erzglisb JAMES CROWL Cbemistry Laboratory WIER CROWL Mechanical Laboratory WAYNE CHAMPION Com merce ROBERT COOK Commerce FRED W. GOUDY Law EUGENE GUILLARD Civil Engineering ALEXANDER P. GXVIAZDOVVSKI Industrial Engineering Tool Design JACK E. HARNEY Civil Engineering RAYMOND HEMMERT Mechanical Engineering ARTHUR HOCKEY Engineering, Drawing and M athematics RUDOLPH JACOBS Electrical and Radio Engineering CHARLES D. KENYON Physics DINO KINTIS Aero nautical Engineering EARL C. KUHN Mechanical Engineering C. H. MC FERRIN Mechanical Laboratory HAROLD E. MILLS Chemical Engineering OSCAR NELSON Electrical Engineering FACULTY KENNETH C. NEWNAM Chemistry ana' Mathematics PAUL A. NURNBERGER Physics ALICE PARROTT Mathematics and English ROBERT PETERSON Mechanical Laboratory and Instructor SATTERLEE PETTY Civil Laboratory Instructor ROBERT RAMSAY Commerce ana' English MIRIAM RAMSAY English JAMES REDD Accounting MINARD ROSE Mathematics ana' Mechanics ARTHUR SXCHOTT Electrical Engineering and Mathematics BEN D. SELFRIDGE Engineering Drawing EDWARD D. SHIDEMAN Mechanical Engineering KENNETH STEELE Physics ELEANOR L. TARBELL Librarian RALPH THAYER Mechanical Laboratory Instructor JOHN TRESSLER Physics Laboratory MACK TUCKER Physics and Chemistry ROBERT TUFTS Radio Engineering MATTHEW WESTENHAVER Radio Laboratory MARSHALL D. WILLENNAR Mathematics X. My ,vw in W s OFFICE ST FF 1 PRI T HOP gm 1 ii K ROY C. BQDIE Director of Prinf Shop "'-H-wm..,,.,,. Q4 Q Yiffexy .M,?2f'?f.x 5 g-a " 'Mmm W , iii Ay all 1 272255, '4 li 4,,,,fw A if 71: . 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To one profoundly wise man in the realm of the past these words of wisdom doubtless seemed to apply only to his time and age, to me however, here and now, they would seem rather, to apply in something like A GRADUATE,S PRAYER "God grant me the patience to accept those things which I can- not change, the courage to change those I can, and the Wisdom to know the difference. . . RAY BEVAN President of Senior Class SENIOR OFFICERS f RAY BEVAN STANLEY WOJCIECHOWSKI President Vice Pl'C'Sfll'611l' ,w,,,,,,,,,,.v--mv' 2 2 5 ROBERT SICKELER PHILIP MILLER Treaszufer Secretary December Graduates ff? W law' WB .JP 7 459' : Q' Sf . " , ,ig ' - '-ilu. -lg! V' 4' '?iv'fIEZE'3Q.- ., ?-,pgyf my' Mig, .... .- ,.-V . ..,.V..., V .,,. ,....,,h..1. 9 Wfmif f 'f .. '-Nfwb-L Qfeaf- . we nay' -'Q X- ,. way 9' A inf 1 '- 1.35242 ' w- ri 8122 4:-eff. i 'iv sf Sm . f eg gm Egg Q wilfw 'wif 'H fri'-21.W55f'32Qf4:-'bffa9iffSf4Nfin" " +' A X Q S A' if Ss via' A Q A i 2559 f V A I frief hw ,, egg? Wav, 4, ABRAMS, CHARLES F. BAY SHORE, NEW YORK B. S. in Raclio Engineering VVhO'S YVho Among Students in American Universities and CO1- leges APPLEWHITE, WILLIAM WILMINGTON, NO. CAROLINA B. S. in Mechanical Engineering BALDWIN, RICHARD J. BELLEVILLE, NEW JERSEY B. S. in Aeronautical Engr. Aeronautical Engineering Soci- ety BARTEL, ROBERT H. PARMA, OHIO B. S. in Electrical Engineering BARTROM, HARLAN E. GRAVOIS MILLS, MONTANA B. S. in Mechanical Engineering BENSON, LAWRENCE E. HUNTINGTON, INDIANA B. S. in Aeronautical Engr., BIEHL, ROBERT H. BENTON, INDIANA B. S. in Mechanical Engineering BINDER, BERNARD P. DETROIT, MICHIGAN B. S. in Business Aclzninistration Beta Sigma Tau BOAK, JESSE D. NEYV CASTLE, PENNSYLVANIA B. S. in Mechanical Engineering Alpha Sigma. Phi BOECK, DELMAR L. XVESTBROOK, MINNESOTA B. S. in Mechanical Engineering Mechanical Engineering Society, Booster Club, Society Automotive Engineers, Skull and Bones, C. O. A. BOETTCHER, ALVIN L. BENTON HARBOR, MICHIGAN B. S. in Mechanical Engineering Mechanical Engineering Society, Sigma Phi Delta BRADIN, JOHN S. GARRETT, INDIANA B. S. in Radio Engineering December Graduates BRATTON, ERNEST F. ROANOKE, VIRGINIA B. S. in Meclaanical Engineering Mechanical Engineering Society, Society Automotive Engineers, American Society of Tool Engi- neers, Beta Sigma Tau BURGE SS, JOSEPH C. UTICA, NEW YORK B. S. in Electrical Engineering Electrical Engineering Society CLEMENSEN, ROBERT E. OGDEN, UTAI-I B. S. in Electrical Engineering Vice-President, Student Councilg President, Photo Society: Elec- trical Engineering Society, Skull and Bones, C. O. A., Sigma Phi Delta CARVALLO, ANDRES CARACAS, VENEZUELA B. S. in Civil Engineering CASTLE, BRET B. ROIWIE, OHIO B. S. in Electrical Engineering President, Electrical Engineering Society CHAPMAN, WAYNE G. SOUTI'I BEND, INDIANA B. S. in Civil Engineering Pivil Engineering Society, Tau Sigma Eta CUMMINS, MAYNARD HENDERSONVILLE, N, C. B. S. in Administrative Engr. Electrical Engineering Society, Radio Engineering S ociety, Alpha Sigma Phi CURRELL, RICHARD W. SALEM, OHIO B. S. in Accounting DERVIS, BRONISLAUS TVATERBURY, CONNECTICUT B. S. in Radio Engineering DYSON, HENRY A. NEYV BRITAIN, CONNECTICUT B. S. in Mechanical Engineering American Society of Tool Engi- neers, Society Automotive Engi- ne-ers, Mechanical Engineering Society ENGLISH, CHARLESI E. JR. ASHEVILLE, NO. CAROLINA B. S. in Electrical Engineering Electrical Engineering Society, Radio Engineering Society, Beta Phi Theta EVANS, ROY E. MARION, INDIANA B. S. in Civil Engineering Civil Engineering Society, Sigma Phi Delta. WW "W'4'f4i0W4' W. Mud I if' 55'- 3 ,14xf,QAQ:q,,.b -. .bv ferr!! ' SQSQ ., 4. AQQ, December Graduates new i Q 2: enum' sf . -A ,. 2, A os. f I - .r if my AQSKMAAQ 710996 , .. . ,.A, 'W w0i09" .ff x .sv 1.7-f"1. 'fwlsmx . A 'S' we A I 2 Q. 1.wweif,. Mas: ,leg-fQ,'.',,' ff f Q , Z, M Qfzgq by ,ff :T . f 'lv 5 iff? Q ffgfwe W 12 . Q V... ,J ....,,..,.... A , , fw f if V, 1: 'KEY ' 2 4 Ze A 7-4 , MG , f fy f . . , I ,Q X, , , W. N W '4F'.-fzgfql Z ff -iJg,?:., . 4 XS I' A 'Q X izfia , nf QW' I - me ' -fr PRAZEE, D. L. DANVILLE, ILLINOIS B. S. in AC'l'0lIdZlfiC'dl Engr. GERLACH, JOHN E. SOUTII BEND, INDIANA B. S. in Raciio Engineering Iizidio Engineering Society HASSE, JACK P. ST. JOSEPH, MICHIGAN B. S. in Accozznfing Sigma Epsilon Society, Tau Kap- pa Epsilon HAWK, EARL H. NEYV CASTLE, PENNSYLVANIA B. S. in Mechanical Engineering HELMBRECHT, JAMES L. STURGIS, MICHIGAN B. S. in Mechanical Engineering HOAGLIN, ROBERT C. ALBION, MICHIGAN B. S. in Mechanical Engineering Mechanical Engineering Society, Society Automotive Engineers HOBBS, LLO-YD E. INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA B. S. in Civil Engineering Civil Engineering Society JERDE, JAMES M. FAIRBURN, SOUTH DAKOTA B. S. in Radio Engineering JERVIS, HOWARD C. PORT ANGELES, WASHINGTON B. S. in Business Achninisfration Beta Sigma Tau JOHNSON, DONALD E. GREENVILLE, So. CAROLINA B. S. in Radio Engineering Secretary, Photo Society: Radio Engineering Society KALINOWSKI, CHESTER IVORCESTER, MASSACHUSETTS B. S. in Elecfrical Engineering KEMP, DONALD E. PORTSMOUTH, OHIO B. S. in Aeronautical Engr. Aeronautical Engineering Soci- ety, Golf C15 December Graduates KIMMEL, STANFORD STOYSTOVVN, PENNSYLVANIA B. S. in Electrical Engineering Electrical Engineering Society KING, ROBERT W. SEAFORD, DELAWARE B. S. in Electrical Engineering Treasurer, Electrical Engineer- ing 'Societyg Tau Kappa Epsilon KREAGER, CLYDE R. UTIOA, OHIO B. S. in Raclio Engineering' KRIEG, THOMAS SOUTH BEND, INDIANA B. S. in Mechanical Engineering Mechanical Engineering Society, Society Automotive Engineers, Photo Society KRUEGER, HAROLD W. HANNIBAL, MISSOURI B. S. in Rarlio Engineering Radio Engineering Society KUIYILA, EDMUND E. FAIRPORT HARBOR, OHIO B. S. in Mechanical Engineering Mechanical Engineering Society, Society Automotive Engineers, American Society of Tool Engi- neers LATONIS, JOSEPH M. ALTUS, ARKANSAS B. S. in Adininistrative Engr. Society Automotive Engineers, Aeronautical Engineering Soci- ety, Photo Society, Beta Sigma Tau LEGIER, JOHN L. VVESTPORT, CONNECTICUT B. S. in Mechanical Engineering LOWE, WALTER H. FAIRLAWN, NEW JERSEY B. S. in Aeronautical Engr. Aeronautical Engineering Society LUDWIG, RODNEY H. OIL CITY, PENNSYLVANIA B. S. in Civil Engineering Sigma Phi Delta LUDWIG, WILLIAM H. BROOKLYN, NEW YORK B. S. in Electrical Engineering Electrical Engineering Society MAJECKI, MARION C. DUNKIRK, NEW YORK B. S. in Electrical Engineering Phi Kappa if CMV December Graduates I f . S491 M . i . f f 4, fi W' ,fa fig igaffg ' ,' 21f, ',,: ,3:ji:a-.ya . - +G-ffirwymiaw-.3.,.,. ,, aA9f49f'.2f55.ffa,' 'ff' .Sm -. a 3 q T? Iii ' f f ff., f awe 4 "wil" 'W Q '! 's wwf' .w...w--' Q I nw, awww MC GINNIS, JOHN W. MARION, OHIO B. S. in Mechanical E1zgi11ce1fi11g Society Automotive Engineers MC KENZIE, WILLIAM G. LACROSSE, YVISCONSIN B. S. in AZ!llIil7iSfl'HfiZ'U Efzgzf. Mechanical Iingineering Society MENART, ALPHONSE SHEBOYGAN, WISCONSIN B. S. in Chemical E11gi11c'c1'i11g Beta Sigma Tau MILLER, DONALD D. PLYMOUTH, INDIANA B. S. in Acwoizazzfical Engr. Tau Kappa Sigma MILLER, PHILLIP C. PONTIAC, MICHIGAN B. S. in Bzzsiness .AI1'77ZilIiSf1'lllLi0l1 Secretary. Senior Class: Sigma. Epsilon Society, President, Beta. Sigma Taug Tri-Angle Staff MOFFATT, STUART P. FLINT, MICHIGAN B. S. in Radio E11gineeri11g Treasurer, Sigma Mu Sigma. MORSE, PHILIP H. FREMONT, INDIANA B. S. in Business Adminisfifaiion OGI, KEICHI HONOLULU, HAWAII B. S. in Elccfrical EI1gil1C'?1'il'1g Electrical Engineering Society, Tau Sigma Eta, Beta Sigma Tau PALMER, CARL F. ALEXANDRIA, LOUISIANA B. S. in Chemical E7l1Qil'lC'61'i71,Q Chemical Society, Beta Sigma Tau PETERS, JOHN W. NINEVEH, PENNSYLVANIA B. S. in Radio E71gi7I6'C'l'i71g PBX, JACK J. KLARIATH FALLS, OREGON B. S. in Radio Eizgiizccring XVho's XVIIO in American Univer- Sities and Colleges PHELPS, DONALD E. DETROIT, MICHIGAN B. S. in Chemical Engineerilig Chemical Society, Tau Kappa Sigma December Graduates PICKUP, JOHN R. INDIANOLA, IOWA B. S. in Civil Engineering RAMIREZ, FAUSTO LAREDO, TEXAS B. S. in Civil Eizgiizeeriiig Civil Engineering Society REFALO, DORIS N. DETROIT, MICHIGAN B. S. in Aeeozinfing REITZE, ROBERT D. MEADVILLE, PENNSYLVANIA B. S. in Civil Engineering Civil Engineering Society RITTER, DURWARD D. ANGOLA, INDIANA B. S. iii Ailirziiiisfmfive Engr. Mechanical Engineering .SOCietY, Society Automotive Engineers ROBENHORST, RICHARD A. HAMMOND, INDIANA B. S. in Meehanieal Engineering Sigma Phi Delta SARGOOD, WALTER NEW YORK, NEW YORK B. S. in Aeeozmfing Sigma Epsilon Society SALGADO, ALVARO BOGOTA, COLOMBIA B. S. in Claeinieal Engineering Chemical Society SANDUSKY, CHARLES COVINGTON, KENTUCKY B. S. in Aeronautical Engr. Institute of Aeronautical Sci- ences SAWYER, ARTHUR XV. PORT ALLEGANY, PENN. B. S. in Chemical Engineering Chemical Society, Alpha Gamma Upsilon SAWYER, RODERICK V. ELKHART, INDIANA B. S. in Electrical Engineering Electrical Engineering Society, Beta Sigma Tau SCEPER, KENNETH M. GALIEN, MICHIGAN B. S. in Eleeirieal Engineering Electrical Engineering Society, Phi Kappa I -2 December Graduates 1 ?f'r5?v2QIfQf"""', we.. Wm? an SCI-IERTER, LAWRENCE W. VESTAL, NEW YORK B. S. in Elecirical Engineering Electrical Engineering Society, Sigma Mu Slgma SHANK, KERMIT E. GOSHEN, INDIANA B. S. in Mechanical Engifzeeifing Mechanical Engineering Society, Society of Automotive Engineers SHANK, WILLIAM G. DENVER, COLORADO B. S. in Mechanical Engineering SICKELER, ROBERT M. MIAMI, FLORIDA B. S. in Civil Engineering Treasurer, Senior Classg Secre- tary, Sigma Phi Delta SINGER, WILLIAM YVOONSOCICET, RHODE ISLAND B. S. in Aerolzazztical Engr. Institute of Aeronautical Sci- ences. Society Automotive Engi- neers SLACK, JOHN F. MIAMI, FLORIDA B. S. in Civil Engineering B. S. in Raclio Engineering Civil Engineering Society, Radio Engineering Society, Sigma Mu Sigma A STRICKLER. IAMES A. BATTLE CREEK, MICHIGAN B.,S. in Civil Engineering Civil Engineering Society, Sigma Phi Delta. STROUP, RICHARD B. SCIRCLEVILLE, INDIANA B. S. in Mechanical Engineering Mechanical Engineering Society, Society Automotive Eng1neers, Alpha Gamma Upsilon SWANSON, RAYMOND A. CROMWELL, CONNECTICUT B. S. in Mechanical Engineering Mechanical Engineering Society, Society Automotive Englneers, Tau Sigma Eta, Skull and Bones, C. O. A. TAYLOR, STANLEY F. ASHEVILLE, NO. CAROLINA B. S. in Radio Engineering December Graduates TRUTSCHEL, HENNING CARACAS, VENEZUELA B. S. in Civil Engineering Civil Engineering Society WAGNER, FRANCIS J. CHICAGO, ILLINOIS B. S. in Civil Engineering WARNE, RICHARD S. ELIZABETH NEW JERSEY B. S. in Civil Engineering Civil Engineering Society, Sigma Phi Delta WATARU, RALPH M. HONOLULU, HAWAII B. S. in Civil Engineering C-ivil Engineering Society, Beta Slgma Tau WHEELER, DANIEL E. FROID, MONTANA B. S. in Railio Engineering Radio Engineering Society WIATT, JAMES G. CINCINNATI, OI-IIO B. S. in Mechanical Engineering WITMER, DANIEL STOYSTOWN, PENNSYLVANIA In Military Service WOIJCIECHOIWSKI, STANLEY GLEN COVE, NEW YORK B. S. in Business Administration Vice-President, S e n i O r Class: Class: Treasurer, Alpha Beta Alpha, Beta Sigma Tau WORKMAN, THOMAS CATLETTSBURG, KENTUCKY B. S. in Electrical Engineering Electrical Engineering Society, YOUNG, AUGUST B. DEFIANCE, OHIO B. S. in Accounting Sigma Epsilon Society Q W x .J ' X , ' :Fig frgxz-"-5 ' ' Q, E , x , , yu Q - vw' my ' , if .3 -f fi QM' W Z . ii 2 W: i, AA if ff af" 1 H , 7. 'age a gf. 2 2- ? ff? Q ,. 4. .. , Q 1 2 A. ffm. V, X ,. sw, 4 J. .Q .. . Q . Af Q Q ag X I , 4 5, 3 55 f 03, , wwe.. , , Q? 2 fx iiis ,.+e:,"" as X 3 5 arch Graduates ANDREW, VERNON JAY LESLIE, MICHIGAN B. S. in Electrical Engineering Electrical Engineering Society, Secretary ARNOLD, ALVIN W. . CELINA, OHIO B. S. in Mechanical Engineering BADGER, ROBERT M. CAMP HILL, PENNSYLVANIA B. S. in Mechanical Engineering Sigma Mu Sigma BERGER, RICHARD E. t BUFFALO, NEYV YORK B. S. in Aeronautical Engr. President, Alpha Gamma Upsilong Inter-Fraternity Council, Aero- nautical Engineering Society BEVAN, RAYMOND C. PAINESVILLE, OHIO B. S. in Mecloanical Engineering President, Senior Class: Secre- tary, Junior Class: President, Sigma Phi Delta: Skull and Bones. C. O. A., Mechanical Engi- neering Society, Society Automo- tive Engineers, Treasurer, Inter- Fraternity Council BROWN, EDWARD A. HARRISBURG, PENNSYLVANIA B. S. in Radio Engineering Radio Engineering Society CHANCELLOR, ROGER G. MISHAWAKA, INDIANA B. S. in Civil Engineering Civil Engineering Society CLARKE, ,TACK W. LANSING, MICHIGAN B. S. in Chemical Engineering Chemical Engineering Society COOK, ROBERT E. SOUTH BEND, INDIANA B. S. in Chemical Engineering Tau Sigma Eta, Student Council, VVIIOS XVho in American Coleges and Universities, Chemical Engi- neering Society, Beta Sigma Tau DAMBRUCI-I, LYLE E. APPLETON, WISCONSIN B. S. in Meclaanical Engineering Treasurer, Mechanical Engineer- ing Society: Assistant Editor, Mechanical Engineering Society Journal DOUDNA, DAVID E. COLUMBIANA, OHIO B. S. in Radio Engineering Radio Engineering Society DUNN, CLAYTON O. SAULT STE. MARIE, MICHIGAN B. S. in Accounting President, Student Council: Pres- ident, Skull and Bones, C. O. A.: President, Junior Class: Presi- dent, Sophomore Class: President, Sigma Epsilon: Member Athletic Board of Control, Alpha Sigma Phi, Advertising Manager, Tri- Angle Staff u.. i March raduates DYGERT, O. D. COLDWATER, MICHIGAN B. S. in Civil Engineering Civil Engineering Society FEITH, JOSEPH, JR. YVHEELER, MICHIGAN B. S. in Electrical Engineering Electrical Engineering Society ' FROMM, JAMES P. CANTON, OHIO B. S. in Business Aa'1ninistrati0n Sigma Mu Sigma, Sigma Epsilon, Concert Band GERHARD, JAMES R.. IR. READING, PENNSYLVANIA B. S. in Aa'1ninistrative Engr. B. S. in Chemical Engineering Tau Kappa Sigma, Inter-Fraf ternity Council, Society Automo- tive Engineers, Chemical Engi- neering Society, Fencing Team, Rifle Team GIESEMAN, EARL R., JR. DAYTON, OHIO B. S. in Aeronautical Engr. Tau Sigma Eta, Aeronautical En- gineering Society, Concert Band, YVho's VVho in American Colleges and Universities GILBERT, LYLE E. ELKHART, INDIANA B. S. in Business Administration Sigma Epsilon GONEDRIDGE, WILLIAM J. WORCESTER, MASSACHUSETTS B. S. in Mechanical Engineering Mechanical Engineering Society GREEN, GERALD M. COLDWATER, MICHIGAN B. S. in Aeronautical Engr. Vice-Chairman. Aeronautical En- gineering Society GRZESIK, HENRY L. CENTRAL FALLS, R. I. B. S. in Electrical Engineering Electrical Engineering Society GUCCIARDI. RICHARD I. HAVERHILL, MASSACHUSETTS B. S. in Accounting President. Skull and Bones, C. O. A.: Vice President, Junior Class: Secretary, Sophomore Cla s sg 1950 Managing Editor, Modulus: President, Inter-Fraternity Coun- cil: President, Phi Kappa: Secre- tary, Sigma Epsilong Student Council HEALY, ROBERT J. INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA B. S. in Mechanical Engineering President. Beta Sigma Tau: Me- chanical Engineering Society HOLMES, WILLIAM R. MOBILE, ALABAMA B. S. in Radio Engineering Vice President, Radio Engineer- ing Society arch Graduates HOMIN, JOHN F. NEYVBUIRGIT, NEW YORK B. S. in Mechanical Engineering lllechanical Engineering Society JASINSKI, HENRY CLAREMONT, N. HAMPSHIRE B. S. in Mechanical Engineering Mechanical Engineering Society JOHNSON. FORREST L., JR. ANGOLA, INDIANA B. S. in Mechanical Engineering Mechanical Engineering Society, Sigma Epsilon KACZYNSKI, THADDEUS F. WORCESTER. MASSACHUSETTS B. S. in Civil Engineering Inter-Fraternity Council. Treas- urer. Student Council: Civil En- gineering Society, Baseball, Bas- ketball, Varsity Club, Tau Kappa Sigma KASHORK. EDWARD F. LINDEN, NEW JERSEY B. S. in Rarlio Engineering Alpha Gamma Upsilon, Tau Sig- ma Eta, Radio Engineering So- Ciety KIBILOSKI. LADISLAUS T. BRONSON, MICHIGAN B. S. in Chemical Engineering Beta Sigma Tau, Secretary, Chemical Engineering Society: Managing Editor, Tri-Angle Staff KUZEIA. CHARLES EASTHAMPTON, MASS. B. S. in Radio Engineering President. Alpha Sigma Phi: Tau Sigma Eta, Radio Engineering Society A DELANDA, IGNACIO' M. CARACAS, VENEZUELA B. S. in Civil Engineering Treasurer, Phi Iota Alpha.: Civil Engineering Society, S t u d e n t Council LONG. KEITH A. DOVER, OHIO B. S. in Chemical Engineering Tau Sigma Eta, Chemical Engi- neering Society LUDWIG. ALBERT R. MISHAIVAKA, INDIANA B. S. in Radio Engineering Treasurer, Radio Engineering Society: Rifle Club, Rifle Team, Reporter, Tri-Angle Staff MAC LEOD. ROBERT A. VY7ESLEYVILLE, PENN. B. S. in Civil Engineering Beta Sigma Tau, President, Civil Engineering Society MADAMBA, AVELINO G. A SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA B. S. in Business Administration Skull and Bones, C. O. A.. Sports Editor, Modulus Staff: Beta Sig- ma Tau, Sigma Epsilon, Editor- in-Chief, Tri-Angle Staff: Tennis Team, Varsity Club, Booster Club arch raduates .4 Q ,, J feng WIS' MATSUYAMA, HENRY Y. HONOLULU, HAWAII B. S. in Civil Engineering Civil Engineering Society MC CANN, VERNON C. KALAMAZOO, MICHIGAN B. S. in Mechanical Engineering MENTZER, GENE E. NEVVVILLE, PE'NNSYLVANIA B. S. in Mechanical Engineering Tau Kappa Sigma, Mechanical Engineering Society, S o c 1 e t y Automotive Engineers MILLER, ROBERT C. WARREN, PENNSYLVANIA B. S. in Civil Engineering Civil Engineering Society MORDOFF, RICHARD, JR. BRADFORD, PENNSYLVANIA B. S. in Aeronautical Engr. Aeronautical Engineering Society MORSE, LESLIE I. C. PITTSFIELD, MASSACHUSETTS B. S. in Mechanical Engineering President, Skull and Bones, C. O. A.: Vice-President, Mechanical Engineering Society: Managing Editor, Mechanical Journal Staff: Society Automotive Engineers, Secretary-Treasurer, Sigma Phi Delta: Photo Society, Tri-Angle Staff MOULD, RICHARD T. KENMORE, NEW YORK B. S. in Chemical Engineering Sigma Mu Sigma, Chemical En- gineering Society, Concert Band NARUS, ANDREW G. YVORCESTER, MASSACHUSETTS B. S. in Aclininisfraiiife Engr. B. S. in Electrical Engineering Beta Sigma Tau, Electrical En- gineering Society NASTO, SALVATORE NORTH BERGEN, NEW JERSEY B. S. in Radio Engineering President, Tau Sigma Eta: Who's YVho in American Colleges and Universities, Radio Engineering Society NUCKLES, HAROLD W. STURGIS, MICHIGAN B. S. in Business Aclininisiraiion NYLAND, LLOYD A. HOLLAND, MICHIGAN B. S. in Mechanical Engineering Sigma Phi Delta, Mechanical Engineering Society O'GORMAN. WILLIAM T. LAWRENCE, MASSACHUSETTS B. S. in Civil Engineering Beta Sigma Tau, Civil Engineer- ing Society arch raduates OTT, LEONARD E. ANGOLA, INDIANA B. S. in Mechanical Engineering Tau Kappa Sigma PARLOW, RICHARD E. POTSDAM, NEW YORK B. S. in Business Adininisirafion Tau Kappa Sigma, Sigma Ep- silon, Tri-Angle Staff PARSONS, KENNETH W. CANTON, OHIO B. S. in Mechanical Engineering Skull and Bones, C. O. A., Student Council, Treasurer, Junior Class: Sigma Mu Sigma, Society Auto- motive Engineers, Rifle Club PENMAN, RICHARD G. PONTIAC, MICHIGAN B. S. in Mechanical Engineering Alpha Gamma Upsilon PENNY, HARLAN B. MECHANIC FALLS, MAINE B. S. in Mechanical Engineering PIRRUNG. JOSEPH G. TIFFIN, OHIO B. S. in Aa'ministraiiife Engr. B. S. in Mechanical Engineering Mechanical Engineering Society, Society Automotive Engineers, Sigma Epsilon PRICE, LEONARD R. EAST LIVERPOOL, OHIO B. S. in Radio Engineering Radio Engineering Society PROFITT, ROY A. MIDDLETOWN, OHIO B. S. in Mechanical Engineering lvlechanical Engineering Society RICHARDS, WILLIAM E. JACKSON, MICHIGAN B. S. in Civil Engineering Civil Engineering Society, Sigma Phi Delta RITCHIE, ALEXANDER, VIR. EAST ORANGE, NEW JERSEY B. S. in Chemical Engineering Chemical Engineering Society, Ilifie Club ROTH, JOSEPH E. CONNERSVILLE, INDIANA B. S. in Mechanical Engineering Beta Sigma Tau, Mechanical En- gineering Society, Society of Au- tomotive Engineers SECOLA, FERDINAND A. WYATERBURY. CONNECTICUT B. S. in Mechanical Engineering March Graduates SEIFREIT, JACK L. FRANKLIN. PENNSYLVANIA B. S. in Mechanical Engineering Vice-President, Sigma Mu Sigma: Mechanical Engineering Society SIENESKI, FRANK L. AMSTERDAM, OI-IIO B. S. in Mechanical Engineering Student Council, Mechanical En- gineering Society, Society Auti- motive Engineers SILLETT, ROBERT E. LINCOLN, ILLINOIS B. S. in Mechanical Engineering Sigma Mu Sigma, Student Council SIRLES, ADEN R. BROOKLYN, NEVV YORK B. S. in Chemical Engineering Chemical Engineering Society SKURAT, ,IOHN AUBURN, NEVI7 YORK B. S. in Mechanical Engineering Mechanical Engineering Society, Amerlcan Society Tool Engineers SLAYBAUGI-I, LOREN E. CLIMAX, MICHIGAN B. S. in Mechanical Engineering Alpha Sigma Phi SMITH, RICHARD L. GARRETT, INDIANA B. S. in Business Acliizinisfrafion Sigma Mu Sigma, Sigma Epsilon SOCHEL, ALLEN HAROLD CINCINNATI, OHIO B. S. in Aeronautical Engr. Tau Sigma Eta, Aeronautical En- gineering Society, Who's Who in American Colleges and Univer- sities ' I STEEL, ROBERT G. ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI B. S. in Mechanical Engineering Vice-President, Sigma Phi Deltag Secretary, Mechanical Engineer- ing Societyg Tennis Team STOCKWELL, PHILIP' E. SHAFTSBURY, VERMONT B. S. in Mechanical Engineering Mechanical Engineering Society, Rifle Club STROMMER, JOHN A. EGGERTSVILLE, NEW YORK B. S. in Mechanical Engineering Beta Phi Theta, Student Council, Secretary, Society Automotive Engineers: Mechanical Engineer- ing Society SWANEY, WILLIAM P. MONTGOMERY, MICHIGAN B. S. in Accounting Treasurer, Alpha Beta Alpha TAMASHIRO, THOMAS K. HILO, HAWAII B. S. in Electrical Engineering Sigma Mu Sigma, Electrical En- gineering Society, International Students Association, Chinese Club, Photo Society TEHAN. FLOYD LEONARD AUBURN, NEW YORK B. S. in Chemical Engineering Sigma Phi Delta, Chemical En- gineering Society TEN BROECK, BENTON W. NEYVBURGH. NEW YORK B. S. in Civil Engineering Civil Engineering Society, Sigma Phi Delta TERWILLIGER. EDGAR D. CHICAGO, ILLINOIS B. S. in Mechanical Engineering Sigma Phi Delta, Mechanical En- gineering Society TUTTLE, JACK L. CONNEAUT, OHIO B. S. in Mechanical Engineering Vice-Chairman, Society Automo- tive Engineers: Mechanical En- gineering Society VALLEY, THOMAS F. TRAYEIISE CITY, MICHIGAN B. S. in Elecfrical Engineering Sigma Phi Delta, Radio Engi- neering Society WALTENBERGER, ELDWIN HICKSVILLE, OHIO B. S. in Business Aciminisfraiion Sigma Epsilon WANVIG, ROY O. NEW CITY, NEW YORK B. S. in Civil Engineering Sigma Phi Delta, Civil Engineer- ing Society, Basketball WECKEL. WILSON E. CANTON, OHIO B. S. in Radio Engineering Sigma Mu Sigma, Radio Engi- neering Society WHETSEL, RICHARD B. HILLSDALE, MICHIGAN B. S. in Business Arlniinisiraiion Alpha Sigma Phi, Skull and Bones, C. O. A., Inter-Fraternity Council, Sigma Epsilon WILFONG, DONALD R. ROYAL OAK. MICHIGAN B. S. in Civil Engineering Civil Engineering Society, Con- cert Band, Baseball Team, Golf Team WILLIAMS, ,IOHN F. ELSMERE, DELAWARE B. S. in Electrical Engineering Electrical Engineering Society, Sigma Mu Sigma WYNSMA, EDWARD GRAND RAPIDS, MICHIGAN B. S. in Electrical Engineering Electrical Engineering Society, Rifle Club SM-.,.wll"'Y' 'luv June Graduates ,6 if B....L , ,I une Graduates AEBERSOLD. FREDERICK C. TECUINISEH, MICHIGAN B. S. in Elecirical Engineering Secretary, Tau Sigma Eta: Treas- urer, Electrical Engineering So- ciety: Who's VVho Among Stu- dents in American Colleges and Yniversities ALFORD, LOWELL L. HERINIISTON. OREGON B. S. in Civil Engineering Civil Engineering Society ALLEN, ROBERT O. DETROIT, NIICHIGAN B. S. in Administrative Engr. B. S. in Mechanical Engineering ALLEN, WILLIAM M. GLENDALE, OHIO B. S. in Mechanical Engineering ANTHONY, ROBERT M. CULVER, INDIANA B. S. in Accounting Sigma Epsilon ARKINS, LEO P. Youngstown, Ohio B. S. in Mechanical Engineering ATCHISON, WILLIAM E. EAST LANSING, MICHIGAN B. S. in Civil Engineering Sigma Mu Sigma BALDWIN, GEORGE P., JR. ITHACA, NEW YORK B. S. in Mechanical Engineering Treasurer. Skull and Bones, C. O. A.: Editor-in-Chief, Tri-Angle: Modulus Staff, Society Automo- tive Engineers, Mechanical Engi- neering Society BALOGH. ALEXANDER. JR. IRVINGTON, NEW YORK B. S. in Radio Engineering Beta Sigma Tau, Radio Engi- neering Society BARLETTA, JOHN K. YVILLIAMSPORT, PENN. B. S. in Chemical Engineering Treasurer, Alpha Gamma Upsi- lon: Chemical Engineering Soci- ety BISHOP, JAMES E. NASSILLON, OHIO B. S. in Chemical Engineering Sigma Mu Sigma BLACKFORD, ROBERT SOUTH BEND, INDIANA B. S. in Business Administration Tau Kappa Sigma, Sigma Epsilon Society 1. A x -:age iw 1 'B . V 'i z June Graduates aw WWW ur-...M-ge BRANTLEY, BYRON C. STARISIE, FLORIDA B. S. in Civil Engineering Civil Engineering Society BRECKENRIDGE, JOHN B. POTSDAM, NEW YORIC B. S. in Accounting President, Tau Kappa Sigmag Vice-President, Sigma Epsilon Societyg Tri-Angle Staff, Student Council BRONVN, JOHN V. CEDAR BLUFF, ALABAMA B. S. in Clyeinieal Engineering President, Senior Classy Presi- dent, Chemical Engineering So- ciety: President, Tau Sigma Eta: Secretary, Beta Sigma Tau, VVlio's who in American Colleges and Universities BROWN, PETER -I. UTICA, NEW YORK B. S. in Business Adnziirisfraiion Tau Kappa Sigma, Fencing Team CHADWICK, FRANCIS E. BINGHAMTON, NEW YORK B. S. in Claenzieal Engineering Chemical Engineering Society CLARK, MARVIN E. HAGERSTOWN, INDIANA B. S. in Mechanical Engineering Mechanical Engineering Society CLARK, MILLARD J. CENTEREACH, NEW YORK B. S. in Radio Engineering Student Council, President, Radio Engineering Society CLEMENT, EVERETT S. LOYVELL. MASSACHUSETTS B. S. in Civil Engineering Sigma Mu Sigma DAVIS, FRANK L. CANFIELD, OHIO B. S. in Civil Engineering President, Civil Engineering So- ciety: American Road Builders Association DONNELLY, JOHN J., JR. WASHINGTON, D. C. B. S. in Civil Engineering Phi Kappa DUERK, WILLIAM S. DEFIANCE, oHo B. S. in Civil Engineering Taulkappan Sigma, Civil Engi- neering SOC16tY EBSCH, DONALD J. MENOMINEE, MICHIGAN B. S. in Accounting President, Alpha Beta Alpha June Graduates FACCHINI, ENIO R. FRAMINGHAM, MASS. B. S. in Aflmiiiistrativc Engr. B. S. in Mechanical Engineering Mechanical Engineering Society, Mechanical Journal Staff, Presi- dent, Sigma Phi Deltag Student Council, Skull and Bones, C. O. A., Vice-President, Senior Class FARRELL, ROBERT M. VIOLA, WISCONSIN B. S. in Accounting Sigma Epsilon FRANCIS, RICHARD A. GRANITE CITY, ILLINOIS B. S. in Civil Engineering Secretary, Civil Engineering So- ciety: American Road Builders Association, Secretary, Phi Kap- pa: Student Council, Tau Sigma GANTT, BEN K. BROOKVILLE, OHIO B. S. in Aeronautical Enffr ,X ' Chairman, 'Aeronautical Engi- neering Society GIESLER, WALLACE HAMBURG, NEW YORK B. S. in Chemical Eiigineering Beta U Sigma Ta u, President, Chemical Engineering Society GREGORY, CHARLES A. HILLSDALE, MICHIGAN B. S. 111 Mechanical Encmeeriiig President, Mechanical Engineer- ing Society: Managing Editor, Tri-Angle Staff: Editor, Mechan- ical Journal: Skull and Bones, C. O. A., Student Council, Society Automotive Engineers GREIM, RICHARD P. FORT WAYNE, INDIANA B. S. in Civil Engineering Eigifna Mu Sigma, Varsity Base- 2. GROOMER, WILLIAM E. PLYMOUTH, MICHIGAN B. S. in Civil Engineering Sigma Mu Sigma HABENICI-IT, GLEN R. JACKSON, MICHIGAN B. S. in Electrical Engineering Secretary, Electrical Engineering Society HAINES, SCHUYLER A. I-IUNT'INGTON, INDIANA B. S. in Business Administration Basketball, Varsity Club HAND, STANLEY H. DETROIT, MICHIGAN B. S. in Mechanical Engineering Beta Sigma Tau, Society of Au- tomotive Engineers, Mechanical Engineering Society HAWK, DONALD J. DEARBORN, MICHIGAN B. S. in Mechanical Engineering Beta Sigma Tau, American So- ciety of Tool Engineers, Student Council, Mechanical Engineering Society Eta ,I une Graduates fi . HAY, HERBERT L. HAWTHORNE, NEW YORK B. S. in Civil Engineering Civil Engineering Society: Vice- President, Beta Phi Theta: Inter- Fraternity Council, S t u d e n t Council HENDERSON, THOMAS H. LEAMINGTON, ONTARIO, CAN. B. S. in Civil Engineering HENRY, RALPH E. RED LION, PENNSYLVANIA B. 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S. in Mechanical Engineering President, Beta Sigma Tau J une Graduates JACOBSON, LEON BROOKLYN, NEW YORK B. S. in Mechanical Engineering Mechanical Engineering Society, Fencing Team JELLISON, ROLAND RICHMOND, INDIANA B. S. in Electrical Engineering Electrical Engineering Society JEWELL, JACK L. GRAND RAPIDS, MICHIGAN B. S. in Electrical Engineering Vice-President, Electrical Engi- neering Society, Riiie Club, Alpha Gamma Upsilon JOHNSON. JOHN W. MICHIGAN CITY, INDIANA B. S. in Chemical Engineering President, Chemical Engineering Society: Beta Sigma Tau, Rifle Club, Inter-Fraternity Council, All-American Chorus KAY, BYRON L. PEKIN, INDIANA B. S. in Mechanical Engineering Mechanical Engineering Society KEEHN, RICHARD H. ROCHESTER, NEW YORK B. S. in Mechanical Engineering Mechanical Engineering Society, American Society of Tool Engi- neers, Society of Automotive En- gineers, Alpha Sigma Phi KELLER, HOWARD F. SUNBURY, PENNSYLVANIA B. S. in Radio Engineering Radio Engineering Society, Band KENDALL, ALONZO B. IiALAMAZOO, MICHIGAN B. S. in Mechanical Engineering KEPLER, MARVIN D. BRYAN, OHIO B. S. in Chemical Engineering Vice-President, Chemical Engi- neering Societyg Alpha Sigma Phi, Student Council, Inter-Fra- ternity Council KING, WARREN D. COLDWATER, MICHIGAN B. S. in Mechanical Engineering Mechanical Engineering Society, Society of Automotive Engineers, Mechanical Journal Staff KIPIN, PETER B. VENTNOR CITY, NEW JERSEY B. S. in Aeronautical Engr. Aeronautical Engineering Society KLEMM, ROBERT D. WHITING, INDIANA B. S. in Electrical Engineering Electrical Engineering Society f39'594'f" ,A.,a-me-u.w "FQ A! .E MQW' WWWQV WHY' bv' 'wav' X41- j. is I ' , 1 Q.. 2, Q i 5 114,-zz Mum ,A ,I une Graduates KLINGER, CHARLES R. DEFIANCE, OHIO B. S. in Aclnzinisirative Engr. B. S. in Elecirical Engineering Electrical Engineering Society, President, Tau Kappa Sigma KOEHLER, KURT E. ALLENTOWN, PENNSYLVANIA B. S. in Mechanical Engineering President, Phi Kappa: Mechan- ical Engineering Society KRAAY, DICK DETROIT, MICHIGAN B. S. in Chemical Engineering Chemical Engineering Society, Secretary, Beta Sigma Tau: Vice- President, Junior Classy Treasur- er, Senior Class KREITZMAN. DONALD O. SOUTH BEND, INDIANA B. S. in Civil Engineering Tau Kappa Sigma, Civil Engi- neering Society, American Road Builders Association, President, Rifle and Pistol Club KROMROY, EDWARD A. CLIFTON, NEW JERSEY B. S. in Civil Engineering Beta Sigma Tau, Civil Engineer- ing Society KRUEGER, HAROLD W. HANNIBAL, MISSOURI B. S. in Aclnzinistrafive Engr B. S. in Radio Engineering Radio Engineering Society LALMOND. RICHARD G. NASHUA, NEW HAMPSHIRE B. S. in Radio Engineering Radio Engineering Society LAMB, ROBERT J. HAVERHILL, MASSACHUSETTS B. S. in Mechanical Engineering President, Mechanical Engineer- ing Society: President, Student Council: Vice-President, Skull and Bones, C. O. A.g Rifle Club LAMPON, HARRY N. ELIZABETH, NEW JERSEY B. S. in Business Adzninisfration Student Council, Vice-President, Sigma Epsilon Societyg President, Alpha Sigma Phi LEWIS, FRED F. SOUTH BOSTON, VIRGINIA B. S. in Accounting President, Alpha Beta Alphag President, Beta Sigma Tau: Vice- President, Sigma Epsilon Society: Vice-President, Skull and Bones, C. O. A.: WhO's Who in Ameri- can Collleges and Universities, Secretary, Student Council LEYDECKER, FRED I. BUFFALO, NEW YORK B. S. in Aclininisiraiive Engr. B. S. in Civil Engineering President, Phi Kappa: Civil En- gineering Society, A In e r i c a n Road Builders Association, Sigma Epsilon Society LOCKER, RAYMOND L. DUNKIRK, NEW YORK B. S. in Civil Engineering Civil Engineering Society, Treas- urer, Tau Sigrna Eta MANGETT, LEO C. DEFIANCE, OHIO B. S. in Chemical Engineering Treasurer, Chemical Engineering Society MATSUYAMA, WALTER T. HONOLULU. HAWAII B. S. in Civil Engineering Civil Engineering Society MC COLL, WINTON A. FERNDALE, MICHIGAN B. S. in Mcclaanical Engineering Chairman, American Society of Tool Engineers: Beta.Slgma Tau, Mechanical Engineering Society MERICLE, WARREN H. BLOOMFIELD, NEW JERSEY B. S. in Electrical Engineering Editor and Editor-in-Chief, Tri- Angle: President, Electrical En- gineering Society: Inter-Frater- nity Council, Student Council, Sigma Phi Delta, Society of Au- tomotive Engineers MILLER, ROBERT D. FRESNO, CALIFORNIA B. S. in Electrical Engineering Electrical Engineering Society MOOT, MARTIN E. BLACK CREEK, NEW YORIC B. S. in Civil Engineering Secretary, Freshman Classy Vice- President. Phi Kappa: President, Inter-Fraternity Council: Civil Engineering Society MORONEY, RICHARD M. sOU'rH BEND, INDIANA B. S. in Bzisincss Acliizinistratioiz Alpha Beta Alpha, Sigma Epsilon Society MOTSINGER, IVAN M. SALEM, INDIANA B. S. in Civil Engineering Civil Engineering Society NELSON, JAMES C. MONTICELLO, OHIO B. S. in Aeronautical Engr. NIMMO, WILLIAM R. COLDWATER, MICHIGAN B. S. in Electrical Engineering Electrical Engineering Society OBAYASHI, FRANK Y. HONOLULU, HAWAII B. S. in Accounting- Treasurer, Beta Sigma Tau: Tri- Angle Staff, Modulus Staff, Skull and Bones, C. O. A., Treasurer, Junior Class OWEN, JACK L. CORNING, NEW YORK B. S. in Accounting Vice-President, Sigma Mu Sigmag Inter-Fraternity Councilg Sigma Epsilon Society PATTERSON, ALAN D. SOUTH BEND, INDIANA B. S. in Civil Engineering Secretary, Civil Engineering So- ciety View 49944 .wmmm faeusrw-uk W"W -Q-...,.,,,,,.., 'qbvmvau 'J 2 ifnyfgp .fy M" Vi-if . 3 ' aaa: L f2f?'7?i:i, ...rw , L I - ' ' 2' Se: we 6 We K ff ee ' N. ,as i - - -A .ffwwi igyggeiwa ,-if A " vo fa Q.. .ff i ,V .X V PAVEL, EDWARD J. OLEAN, NEW YORK B. S. in Claeinical Engineering Beta Sigma Tau, Student Coun- cilg Chemical Engineering Soci- ety PHIFER, ROY D. MARYSVILLE, CALIFORNIA B. S. in Arlrninisfraiive Engr. B. S. in Mechanical Engineering POST, BERNARD BATTLE CREEK, MICHIGAN B. S. in Civil Engineering Treasurer, Civil Engineering So- ciety PUFAHL, RONALD W. RHINELANDER, WISCONSIN B. S. In Accounting President, Sigma Epsilon: Pres- ident, Alpha Beta Alpha: Student Council, President, Skull and Bones, C. O. A.: Business Man- ager, Modulusg Tri-Angle Staff, XVho's Vifho in American Colleges Ind Universities PYNE, CHARLES S. CAZENOVIA, NEW YORK B. S. in Clieinical Engineering Vice-President, Student Council: Fencing Team, Inter-Fraternity Council, Tri-Angle Staff, Varsity Club, Tau Kappa Sigma, Skull and Bones, C. O. A., Chemical Engineering Society RASDORF, ROGER J. SAGINAYV, MICHIGAN B. S. in Business Arlnzinisirafion Sigma Epsilon Society REICHARDT, WALTER H. ANGOLA, INDIANA B. S. in Bnsiness Aa'1ninisfra1'ion Booster Club, Sigma Epsilon S0- CIQIY ROMMEL, RICHARD L. MISHAXVAKA, INDIANA B. S. in Acconnfing SAMPLE, RO-BERT T. ,MARENGO. OHIO B. S. in Civil Engineering Civil Engineering Society SANDERSON, HAROLD C. HAVERHILL, MASSACHUS'ETTS B. S. in Mechanical Engineering Mechanical Engineering Society, Beta Sigma Tau SCHECHTEL, JULIUS JERSEY CITY, NEW JERSEY B. S. in Radiol Engineering Electrical Engineering Society, Secretary, Radio Engineering SO- ciety: International Students As- sociation SEIFREIT, NORMAN H. FRANKLIN, PENNSYLVANIA B. S. in Mechanical Engineering Sigma Mu Sigma, Mechanical En- gineering Society SIMON, JACK XV. STROH, INDIANA B. S. in Civil Engineering SKINNER, HORACE M. BROYVNVILLE, NEW YORK B. S. in Meebanieal Engineering Mechanical Engineering Society SNYDER. DONALD E. DOVER, OHIO B. S. in Meelnanieal Engineering Mechanical Engineering Society, Vice-President, Tau Sigma Eta: VVhO'S VVho in American Colleges and Universities STEIN, JOHN D. ST. LOUIS, MICHIGAN B. S. in Civil Engineering Civil Engineering Society STEINORTH, FRED R. POINT PLEASANT, NEW YORK B. S. in Business Aelnzizzisfrafion Sigma Epsilon Society, Secretary, Sigma Mu Sigma TEMPLES. MANNING E. VIDALIA, GEORGIA B. S. in Aeeounfing Sigma Epsilon Society, Alpha Beta Alpha Tl-IARP. ROBERT M. EAST DETROIT, MICHIGAN B. S. in Civil Engineering Civil Engineering Society, Sigma Phi Delta TRIPP, GEORGE E. GRAND RAPIDS, MICHIGAN B. S. in Business Al1llZll1iSfl'dfi0lZ VAN I-IORNE, OTIS E. CANTON, NEW YORK B. S. in Eleefrieal Engineering Sigma Phi Delta, Electrical En- gineering Society VANICA, DONALD F. RELLEFONTAINE, OHIO B. S. in Mechanical Engineering Societyof Automotive Engineers, Mechanical Engineering Society VAN KAMPEN, CORNIEL G. DETROIT, MICHIGAN B. S. in Civil Engineering Tau Kappa Sigma - VASALLO, ANTHONY F. WILLIAMSPORT, PENN. B. S. in Chemical Engineering Alpha Gamma Upsilon, Chemical Engineering Society VINSON, ORA D. ALBION, MICHIGAN B. S. in Chemical Engineering WAGGOINER, CHARLES E. ANGOLA, INDIANA B. S. in Business Administration 3- an-f-un-4 f. 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ROANOKE, VIRGINIA B. S. in Mechanical Engineering Beta Sigma Tau, Mechanical En- gineering Society, American So- ciety of Tool Engineers, Society of Automotive Engineers WATTS, ROY T. MARION, OHIO B. S. in Mechanical Engineering Mechanical Engineering Society, Society of Automotive Engineer- ing WEBB, EDMUND R. JACKSON, MICHIGAN B. S. in Mechanical Engineering Society of Automotive Engineers WEHRMEISTER, NORMAN FREMONT, OHIO B. S. in Mechanical Engineering American Society of Tool Engi- neers WIEMAN, WILLIAM C. HEMPSTEAD, NEW YORK B. S. in SZll'L"f'jll71g Civil Engineering Society WINGATE, ERNEST D. ADA, OHIO B. S. in Accounting Alpha Sigma Phi, Sigma Epsilon Society, Treasurer, Booster Clubg Treasurer, Alpha Beta Alpha WOODARD, KENNETH S. LEVERETT, MASSACHUSETTS B. S. in Aeronaniical Engr. Aeronautical Engineering Society WOODEN, JOHN C. WATERLOO, NEW YORK B. S. in Mechanical Engineering Vice-Chairman, Society of Auto- motive Engineers: Student Coun- cil, Mechanical Engineering Soci- ety WOODRICK, RAYMOND J. STURGIS, MICHIGAN B. S. in Electrical Engineering Electrical Engineering Society, President, Alpha Gamma Upsilong Inter-Fraternity Council YEE, DAVIS NEWCASTLE, PENN. B. S. in Aeronautical Engr. Skull and Bones, C. O. A., Sigma Mu Sigma YOUNG, HERBERT H. BRYAN, OHIO B. S. in Chemical Engineering Chemical Engineering Society ' f' , f' 5bf5aS?5 ,fy MW. , omwz, ffbfffzz, ' ,VH , 1 ., V ,. MZ f ,A ,f ,,g73,,4b45,g,,f,, f , 1 f af 514400 V , j,X24,if gf , f A ygawwg , ff f f 7622 f , " 4:7 dl f ,M f ' ft 1 21, , f Vg ' 5 I? 1' . V 'iv -'Q 'I , 1 V J August Graduates ABRAMOWICZ, STANLEY A. NEXV BRITAIN, CONNECTICUT B. S. in Civil Engineering, Civil Engineering Society, Phi Kappa. Captain, Golf Team ALVAREZ, Jose HAVANA, CUBA B. S. 111 Electrical E7'lgI716'C'I'lIZg Electrical Engineering Society, Photo Society, Vice President, Phi Iota Alpha: Student Council, Inter-Fraternity Council, Modu- lus Staff, Tri-Angle Staff AMSO, KHALID BASRA, IRAQ B. S. in Meclacmical Engineering Mechanical Engineering Society, Beta Phi Theta ARMSTRONG, CHARLES E. ALTON, ILLINOIS B. S. in Accounting BAILEY, RALPH E. ZANESVILLE, OHIO B. S. in Mechanical Engifzeerilzg Tri-Angle Staff BARBACCI, ORLANDO J. PLAINS, PENNSYLVANIA B. S. in Elecfrifal Engineering Electrical Engineering SocietY, Student Council, Tri-Angle Staff BENNETT, THOMAS A. COLUMBIA CITY, INDIANA B. S. in Busiizess .A6l77Zil1iSlL1'6llLi0lZ Beta Sigma Tau, Sigma Epsilon Society BODELL, ROBERT L. SYRACUSE. NEW YORK B. S. in Business A6ll7'Zil'7lSf1'dfi07Z BROWN, PAUL N. ELKHART, INDIANA B. S. in Accounting Treasurer, Sigma Mu Sigma BUCKNER, JULIAN NEXVARK, NEW JERSEY B. S. in Business Admiiiisfrafion Beta Sigma Tau BURGE, JAMES W. MIDDLEFIELD, OHIO B. S. in Civil Erzgineeriiig Civil Engineering Society, Sigma Mu Sigma CALDWELL, JIMMIE BULAN KENTUCKY B. S. in Civil Engineering Civil Engineering Society, Beta Phi Theta, American Road Build- ers Association ugu t Graduates CALLINS, FRED GIIEENFIELD, TENNESSEE B. S. in Radio Engineering CAPP, JOHN L. INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA B. S. in Civil Engineering Civil Engineering Society CARBONE, FRANK A. LEFT SCHOOL CARROLL, DON M. SILVER SPRINGS, MARYLAND B. S. in Aeronaiifical Engr. B. S. in Aa'minisirafiz'e Engr. Chairman, Aeronautical Society CHAN, ANDREW S. C. PORT-LOUIS, MAURITIUS B. S. in Chemical Engineering Secretary, ChineSe Club: Student Council, Beta Sigma Tau 1 CHASE, ROBERT S. LINDEN. NEYV JERSEY B. S. in Business Aclrninisfraiion President. Tau Kappa Sigma CHICKERING, HENRY T. NEVV YORK CITY, NEYV YORK B. S. in Radio Engineering Radio Engineering Society, Me- chanical Engineering Society, Photo Society, Rifle Club, Stu- dent Council, Mechanical Journal Staff. Tri-Angle Staff, Sigma Phi Delta CONKLIN, PHILIP L. KENDALLVILLE, INDIANA B. S. in Accounting Modulus Staff, Varsity Basket- ball, Varsity Cluh, Sigma Epsilon Society, Sigma Mu Sigma CRAVEN, NORMAN S. ELLVVOOD C,ITY, PENN. B. S. in Aeronautical Enffr. G Aeronautical Engineering Soci- ety, Sigma Mu Sigma DAVIS, FRANK L. CANFIELD, OHIO B. S. in Civil Engineering President, Civil Engineering S0- ciety: American Road Builders Association DELANEY, EDWARD G. PORT BYRON, NEW YORK B. S. In Mechanical Engineering Mechanical Engineering Society, Treasurer, Photo Society: Modu- lus Staff, Tri-Angle Staff DELONG, ALGERT J. VVAKEFIELD, MASSACHUSETTS B. S. in Electrical Engineering fliv .76 4Wl'hoy"' ilu-W' 4-Hindi' msc" .. ,pvmuil ugu t G aduates DI CARLO, VICTOR J. PITTSBURGH, PENNSYLVANIA B. S. in Radio Engineering Radio Engineering Society, Phi Kappa ELLS, GEORGE A. DELTA, OHIO B. S. in Mechanical Engineering Rifle Club, Rifle Team, Pistol Team, Society Automotive Engi- neers ESPOSITO, JOSEPH C. NEW LONDON, CONNECTICUT B. S. in Accoziniing FINCH, WILBUR R. FALCONER, NEW YORK B. S. in Mechanical Engineering Mechanical Engineering' Society FLAHERTY, HUGH C. INIATERBURY, CONNECTICUT B. S. in Civil Engineering Phi Kappa FOX, WILLIAM H., JR. ELKTON, MARYLAND B. S. in Civil Engineering Civil Engineering Society GRACEFFO, PETER AUBURN, NEW YORK B. S. in Civil Engineering Civil Engineering Society, Phi Kappa HEJKAL, ROBERT E. CEDAR RAPIDS, IOWA B. S. in Mechanical Engineering Mechanical 'Engineering Society HERRIDGE, WILLIAM G. TARENTUM, PENNSYLVANIA B. S. in Electrical Engineering Electrical Engineering Society, Tau Sigma Eta, Treasurer, Sigma Phi Delta HOGAN, MAURICE M. BAY CITY, MICHIGAN B. S. in Mechanical Engineering Mechanical Engineering Society, Inter-Fraternity Council, Treas- urer, Alpha Gamma Upsilon HOSSLER, MERLE S. ELIZABETHTOWN, PENN. B. S. in Civil Engineering Civil Engineering Society HOWELL, ROBERT E. ARTHUR, IOWA B. S. in Civil Engineering President, Civil Engineering So- ciety: College Band ugu t raduates JACKARD, RICHARD A. MEADVILLE, PENNSYLVANIA B. S. in Civil Engineering Civil Engineering Society JOHNSON, HERBERT C. MINEOLA, NEXV YORK B. S. in Civil Engineering Civil Engineering Society KASSAB, GABRIEL M. HOUTZDALE, PENNSYLVANIA B. S. in Mechanical Engineering Mechanical Engineering Society, Secretary - Treasurer, American Society of Tool Engineers: Stu- dent Council, Beta Sigma Tau KIDD, MALCOLM H. XVI-IEELING, XYEST VIRGINIA B. S. 111 Mechanical Engineering Mechanical Engineering Society: Chairman, Society Automotive Engineers: Student Council, Tri- Angle Staff KOMO, MITSUGI KONA, HAYVAII, T. H. B. S. in Accounting Beta Sigma Tau, Sigma Epsilon Society, Tri-Angle Staff KOZERSKI, THEODORE KALAMAzoo, MICHIGAN B. S. in Mechanical Engineering Mechanical Engineering Society. Phi Kappa KRESGE, WILBUR R. TVILKES-BARRE, PENN. B. S. in Mechanical Engineering President, Sigma Mu Sigma KULESZA, CASIMIR CLIEFSIDE, NEW JERSEY B. S. in Electrical Engineering Phi K a p p a, Inter-Fraternity Council KUNECKI, EDWARD J. ST. JOSEPH, MICHIGAN B. S. in Aclnzinisfrafine Engr. B. S. in Mechanical Engineering Mechanical Engineering Society, Sigma Phi Delta KWAS, JOSEPH A. DUNKIRK, NEW YORK B. S. in Mechanical Engineering Mechanical Engineering Society, Photo Club, Moclulus Staff, Phi Kappa LARSON, WAYNE HARVEY ANGOLA, INDIANA B. S. in Business Adiizinisiration LESCALLETTE, WALTER E. SEWICKLEY, PENNSYLVANIA B. S. in Mechanical Engineering Viechanical Engineering Society, Sigma. Mu Sigma. WW? Mwv WW' five QE' ii? g . Wfwiblnw X Km LIVERS, MARTIN A. SOUTH BEND, INDIANA B. S. in Acconnfing Skull and Bones, C. O. A., Student Council,' Alpha Sigma Phi, Sec- retary, Sigma Epsilon. MARTIN, MARVIN E. SOUTH YVEBSTER, OHIO B. S. in Radio Engineering Radio Engineering Society MORGAN, WILLIAM B. DENVER, COLORADO B. S. in Radio Engineering Radio Engineering Society, Vice- President, Photo Society: Sigma Phi Delta MUCCI, GENO MONONGAHELA, PENN. B. S. in Raa'io Engineering Radio Engineering Society, Phi Kappa MYATT, JOHN E. MAQUOKETA, IONVA B. S. in Mechanical Engineering NEWTOIN, MARVIN E. CAMERON, PENNSYLVANIA B. S. in Civil Engineering Civil Engineering Society, Fenc- ing Club, Vice-President, Beta Phi Theta OLSEN, RALPH E. BROOKLYN, NEW YORK B. S. in Civil Engineering Civil Engineering Society, Inter- Fraternity Council, American Road Builders Association, Vice- President, Phi Kappa OMSPACI-I, WILLIAM D. COLUMBIA CITY, INDIANA B. S. in Mechanical Engineering Hiiie Club, Beta Sigma Tau, Golf Team PARKER, JAMES A. SHADY POINT. OKLAHOMA B. S. in Civil Engineering Civil Engineering Society, Pres- ident. Rifle Club REDKER, DONALD S. ROYAL OAK, MICHIGAN B. S. in Civil Engineering REED, RUSSEL J. MILLINGTON, MICHIGAN B. S. in Business Aalminisirafion RESER, JAMES E. SIDNEY, OHIO B. S. in Mechanical Engineering Mechanical Engineering Society, Vice-President, Inter-Fraternity Council: Treasurer, Phi Kappa ROBERTS, PERRY M. GROVER, NORTH CAROLINA B. S. in Radio Engineering Radio Engineering Society, Pho- to Society, International Students Association, Secretary, Sigma Phi Delta ' ROSSI, ANTHONY D. GIIEENSBUIIG, PENNSYLVANIA B. S. in Raa'io Eiiginccriiig Skull and Bones, C. O. A., Radio Engineering Society, President, Phi Kappa: Treasurer, Student Council: Fort XVayne Golden Gloves, Chicago Semi-Finals Golden Gloves RUTH, THEODORE SHILLINGTLIN, PENNSYLVANIA B. S. in Radio Eizginecriizg lladio Engineering Society, Sen- ior Class Secretary, Inter-Fra- ternity Council, Sigma Phi Delta SCHIENDA, CHESTER A. XVATERBURY, CONNECTICUT B. S. in Mechanical Eizgiizcfcwiizg Phi Kappa, Student Council SCHLEICHER, ROBERT F. ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN B. S. in Bzisincss Aa'mii1isfrafio1z Feta Phi Theta, Inter-Fraternity Council GREGORI, ANTONIO QSchmidtj PONCE, PLIERTO IIICO B. S. in Civil E11ginc'c1'ii1g Civil Engineering Society, Phi Iota Alpha SEESE, ALVIN R. BRIDGEPoI1T, OHIO B. S. in Elcrfrical Eiigiiiecring Sigma Mu Sigma SCHULTZ, CLAIR E. HILTQN. NEW' YORIQ B. S. in Civil Ei1ginc'c'rii1g SMITH, PAUL E. SPRINGFIELD, OHIO B. S. in Radio Enginc'c'1'i1zg lladio Engineering Society STASIK, WALTER R. CAIINEGIE, PENNSYLVANIA B. S. in Business Adiizinisirafiorz Vice-President, Beta Sigma Taug Student Council STEVENS, JAMES T. VALOIS, NEVV YORK B. S. in Business Allll1il1lSfl'Hfl0lZ Sigma Mu Sigma. STEVENS, RAYMOND SOUTH BEND, INDIANA B. S. in Acfronazitiral Engr. Aeronautical Engineering Soci- etx' STEWARD, RONALD V. MARION, OHIO B. S. in Civil Engirieeriiig Civil Engineering Society, Amer- ican lload Builders Association, Vice-President, Sigma Mu Sigma STONE, RALPH YVASHINGTON, INDIANA B. S. in Electrical Engineering Fl fi wg, 15,45 4 ,ff f- 2' XI M F if aw' 'MV' 'PUMQQY "N-.. .gflff A ,M s.,,,,, A 6 - we-we ue- wow-.-gf Q3 aww f-we 400 STUART, GLEN A. BROOKLYN, NEW YORK B. S. in Electrical Engineering Sigma Phi Delta TANG, FRANCISCO JOSE ANZOATEGOI, VENEZUELA SOUTH AMERICA B. S. in Civil Engineering Secretary, Phi Iota Alpha. TARAS, EUGENE M. RACINE, VVISCONSIN B. S. in Civil Engineering Civil Engineering Society BRECKENRIDGE, JOHN POTSDAM, NEIV' YORIQ B. S. in Accounting Tau Kappa Sigma, Sigma Epsilon TOIBIN, ROBERT M. CONSTANTINE, MICHIGAN B. S. in Mechanical Engineering Mechanical Engineering Society VAUGI-IN, DONALD K. YVASHINGTON, D. C. B. S. Ill Mechanical Engineering Mechanical Engineering Society, Society Automotive Engineers, Student Council, Rifle Club, Fencing Team, Photo Club, Tau Kappa Sigma WAKEMAN, ARNOLD LEE BARTON, VERMONT B. S. in Elecirical Engineering Mechanical Engineering Society, Assistant Edit or, Mechanical Journal WHITE, BILL DEAN sTURGis, MICHIGAN B. S. in Civil Engineering WITEK, HENRY JOSEPH PALMER, MASSACHUSETTS B. S. in Civil Engineering Civil Engineering Society WOODS, WILLIAM C. PITTSBURGH, PENNSYLVANIA B. S. in Mechanical Engineering Mechanical Engineering Society, Tau Kappa Sigma YAMAGUCI-II, GARY M. OAHU, I-IAYVAII, T, H. B. S. in Civil Engineering Civil Engineering Society, Amer- ican Road Builders Association, Varsity Baseball, Varsity Club, Beta Sigma Tau ZAI-IRON, FRANCIS JAMES LEFT SCHOOL ZWAYER, ROBERT E. BRYAN, oH1o B. S. in Mecloanical Engineering Tau Sigma Eta BELL, JOHN PROVIDENCE, RHODE ISLAND B. S. in Civil Engineering B. S. in Aclnzinistrative Engr. President, Skull and Bones, C. O. A.: Tri-Angle, Photo Editor, Modulusg President, S t u d'e n t Council: Civil Society, President, Photo Society: School Photogra- pher JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS FRED LEWIS Vice Pl'6Sitl'C'lIf XVALT STASIK Pl'6'SflfC'l1IL FRANK OBAYASI-II T1'EdSZll'07' RICHARD KRAAY Secreiary SOPHUMORE CLASS OFFICERS MYERS WQODALL P1'C'Sif1IC'lZf JIM WITHEE Vive P1'f'SjlI,6'lIll CHARLES BETZ Trfeaszzlfm' CHARLES ECKERT Sc'cz'c'fcz1'y FRESHM TOM CLARK Vic? Presidcnf JOSEPH EPLING Presidwzf FLOYD BISHOP S6'C'l'C'flll'3' ART GARDELLA Tl'UHSZll'Cl' A utographs Presenting . . . . . 0 the HUNORARIES 5 4 B 1 w 4 SKULL A D BONES, C. 0. . JACK BELL P1'esia'ent RON PUFAHL Vice Pl'C'Sil1E11f BOB LAMB Secwfary GEORGE BALDWIN Treasurer Skull and Bones, C. O. A. was inaugurated as an honorary society by a group of ten charter members in the spring term of 1948. During the summer term the Skull and Bones was occupied with internal organization and at the end of the term inducted thirteen new members. Honorary members elected were Theodore Wood, J. Glenn Radcliffe and Bill Sunday as faculty advisers. Skull and Bones in its ideals is to recognize outstanding student leadership in extracurricular activities, to promote student activities by encouraging students to become active in at least one campus . organization, to p ro- mote student spirit and brotherhood and, fin- ally, to promote to the highest degree the tra- ditions, h o n o r, and prestige of Tri-State College. Frank Acton Ross Butler Wayne Champion Raymond Hemmert Harold Hoolihan Howard Hoolihan l jim Redd 1 fa " ""' - Arthur Schott Billy Sunday Theodore Wood , ' 1. .. vi R V :1-' a f ' s gfrzi , ' W gf . .bl .- qw. A o 3 gig , fc ,. V ' YM X . Q- . X : qu .,:! .w- , H . ' I 5: A iw ,, i.v, .,,.. BALDWIN, GEOR BELL, JOHN BEVAN, RAY DUNN, CLAYTON GREGORY, CHAS. GUCCIARDI DICK LAMB, ROBERT LING, TOM LIVERS, MARTIN MADAMBA, WM. MORSE, LESLIE KULL AND BONES, C. O. A GE at 'Ulf wwf 'fl' a""wq.An f-di OBAYASHI, FRANK 2 PARSONS, KENN,H. PUFHAL, RON ROBINSON, ROB'T. ROSSI, TONI VELTE, CLIFF WALSH, JACK WEBER, WAYNE WHETZEL, RICI-I'D. s f ,VLV 1 52 44,-sf + I 55 , ,ff Q0 4 , If I 4,5 'diff W ' ' Wg v f is 5 , 'Q 5' w e af ,Q '3' 46,984 WA-'Q'f?4:x3'A' , W fx f .- ' i f f f gggjf' gm , if-ui 9' WMM av' 'vv' TAU SIGMA ETA SALVATORE NASTO Pifesirlmzt EARL GIESEMAN V ice Prcfsidcnz' DONALD SNYDER Secretary and T1'c'z1sz11'w' Tau Sigma Eta, honorary engineering society, has incorporated under the laws of of the State of Indiana, on April 10, 1930. Outstanding academic work in the En- gineering Department must be evidenced in order to be rewarded with membership. Requirements for admissions are the completion of four terms of college work, with a minimum of twenty hours work during each of the four terms, a scholastic average of 2.1 out of a possible 3.00, with not more than five C's or C-plus, and no D's allowed. An average of "A" for three successive terms automatically creates eligi- bility for membership. Tau Sigma Eta sands for brotherhood and friendship, a good social program, and che maintenance of high scholastic records, which should serve as goals for a well- balanced organization. TAU SIGMA ETA FRED AEBERSOLD ANDREW CHAN ROBERT COOK RICHARD FRANCIS EARL GIESEMAN WILLIAM HERRIDGE EARL KASHORK CHARLES KUZEJA TOM LING RAYMOND LOCKER KEITH LONG SALATORE NASTO ALLEN SOCHEL DONALD SNYDER ROBERT ZWAYER 1 ALPHA BETA ALPHA MANNING TEMPLES Vice Pl'6'Sill'?l1f and Secrefary DONALD EBSCH T reasu re r FRED LEWIS Presidelff .,- Alpha Beta Alpha, the honorary commercial society, was founded in September, 1938. The Society was created to recognize outstanding scholarship and leadership among students in the School of Commerce. The object of the Society is to create an enthusiasm for scholarship, to promote leadership, and to develop character. Those who, through a combination of ability and earnest effort, become members, deem it a worthy honor as is evidenced by the active support and interest taken in the the Society by the alumni members. t Under the guidance of Professors H. R. Hoolihan and H. W. Hoolihan, the society encourages its members and all future members to maintain a high scholastic standing. To be eligible for membership, a student must maintain an average grade of "B" for four successive terms with no more than one "Cv, or an average grade of "A" for three successive terms. The high ideals set by Alpha Beta Alpha as a standard, could well serve as a goal for all students of the School of Commerce. Harold Hoolihan Jim Redd Howard Hoolihan Manning Temples Fred Lewis Donald Ebsch Bill Swaney Ron Pufhal Richard Morony Presenting . . . . . the FRAT ERNIT IES FRATERNITY SWEETHEARTS CATHERINE STASIK Bda Sivma Tau ' ROSITA DEJAN Phi Iofa Alpha wang FRANCES I-IASSE My is , sg X Lis: A Wf mdlv Tau Kappa Sigma BETTY LUCCHESI Sigma Phi Delia JEAN SLAYBAUGH Alpha Sigma Phi JOAN QUIGLEY Sigma Mu Sigma HELEN MIX Befa Phi Theta LEGNA GRACEFFO CAROL BRANDT Phi Kappa Alpha Gamma Upsilon INTER-FRATER ITY CUUNCIL WARD JENSEN Treasurer RALPH VEIRLING Secretary JIM RESER Vice President DICK GUCCIARDI Prc'sir1'e11t Historically, the Inter-Fraternity Council has been active since December 8, 1935. Membership consists of the four major oflicers plus two representatives from each fraternal organization recognized by the college. These men represent their re- spective fraternities on matters of policy government and fraternal social life. Worth- liness of their laurels is evident by the ever successful Smoker Week-and the Never-To-Be-Forgotten Semi-Annual Round Robin. It is our wish that the efforts put forth by these representatives may be perpetuated for all times, holding high the torch of fraternal life, and maintaining the ever ascend- ing position of responsibility of this, The Inter-Fraternity Council. HAL DEVICK HOWARD CULLANBACK RALPH OLSEN CHARLES KULEZA WILLIAM SQUIRES CHUCK PYNE CURT SERVEN ED WORDEN GEORGE WORTON 'XVILLIAM HUBER DICK BARTROM JOHN BIROSCHAK 1' .fs " SIGMA PHI DELTA RAY BEVAN BOB STEEL Pl'C'Sit1f'lZf Vice Presidenf LES MORSE EDWIN GRABER Secreimfy T1'ea5u1'er Kappa Lambda Pledge Chapter, a new chapter of the Sigma Phi Delta fraternity was organized by a group of engineering students under the guidance of Professor LeRoy Horpendahl of the Epsilon Chapter, and received its charter on May 25, 1947. The Chapter is outstanding in sports and scholastic achievement. It has won the Tri-State scholastic plaque twelve times, in addition to winning many trophies in basketball, softball and bowling. Sigma Phi Delta is an international social fraternity of engineers, and member- ship is open to any student registered in the Held of engineering, who has grades equal to the standards set by the college. The aims of the fraternity are to promote the advancement of the engineering profession, to foster the advancement of engineering education, to instill a greater spirit of cooperation among engineering students and organizationsg to inculcate in its members the highest ideals of Christian manhood, good citizenship, obedience to law, and to encourage excellence in scholarship. RAY BEVAN LESLIE MORSE WARREN MERICLE ROY WANVIG DINO KINTIS FLOYD TEHAN CHARLES MCCLUNE BILL MONTVILLE ARTHUR DAVIS EDWARD KUNECKE JOHN CHECHKO WALTER E. ACKERMAN we TWV 'ff ' ' T? M6-vhzy j if . f-gym, ,MM - 1 1, f . xdif' ,'-. x, Mg , W 1 Q f X M , 2 ' 4 :fm 0,,f ' W 4 f X Af's'A4,:I?R M ' 1 ff" ' ,, . N ,Ni ' .. ,F ff, 'rg5-1:-:,,::5a5s1fy,'i1m:9,,,--.-f ' ' .. ,. ' -. J f -, .Ax gag?-'m-1'z:1'eg:zw'14 Q' ,- ' Y' ff ' .,w.A,.A ,. . 1. X y . .QU , M. 4 1 , , f 0, ogg Q Yi 3 1 K xx, Af af if wt Q A 5.451 ., X Q 6 3 ew 'N Q Z N, f ff f 5 N5 , ,, A f yy, ,L ,+V I A W K 7 7 1 'iz W 4 .fi 'V :N 43,2 9 g X , i 5 15 N 3 -C 2 X vwT-.-,-1Q,3.1,- 11.-' . AY' -. ,N,gQgN,,x,,.,, , J YN .- ' f -MQW rag' Q if XA, 'Www A ' ", 'M-6' , gifs Q? ': fig LLOYD NYLAND JAMES DAY THOMAS LING FRED SCHENCK TOM VALLEY FRANK CANDAMO V Q. gy' N ,.wN'f"'5R qw. wg--wwf -..., ENIO FACCHINI PERRY ROBERTS KENNETH BURCHETT LEONARD SZCZESNY JOHN ACCASI-HAN JACK LLEWELLYN OTIS VAN HORNE EDWARD BOBAK HENRY CHICKERING WILLIAM HERRIDGE EDGAR TERWILLIGER DONALD ENDER JXHWW BETA SIGMA T 975:33 FRANK OBAYASHI STAN HIOKI Treasurer Vice President DICK KRAAY PHIL MILLER Secretary President In 1937, the Jewish men on the campus formed a Jewish fraternity. The chapter was active until the war, When, due to the influx of men into the armed forces, the chapter was temporarily discontinued. After the war, the fraternity Theta Mu Pi, Alpha Chapter was formed. This chapter carried on until the Winter of 1949. At this time Theta Mu Pi elected to change from Alpha Chapter to Beta Chapter and became a nonsectarian organization. The aim of Theta Mu Pi was to foster the educational, social and spiritual llfe of its members. On October 13, 1950, Theta Mu Pi, Beta Chapter, Was ofiicially notified of their afiiliation as a chapter of the national fraternity, Beta Sigma Tau. Beta Sigma Tau was founded in May, 1948, at Chicago. The Hrst convention consisted of seventy-ive delegates from eleven colleges. A constitution was adopted based on equality, understanding and unity. This non-sectarian fraternity, formally called intercultural, is open to Christians and Jews, to Whites and negroes, and to rich and poor. ROBERT COOK PAT ARKINS MIKE VALENTINO JIM WITHEE BILL QMSPACH JULIAN BUCKNER n i it , V V. . :v:,Q g,., H www 3 f , 5 5 :15:52 -' .. , 1 QW 1, A , , k In W A V gm 1 F Br 6 4 'Z - I' gi i 4 2 L 4 ' f A , 4,jVQ . . . M -Q I : G ntl' ,, Y e f f QM I Sf F 2 gy 4 Q 13 . ,, '. "" ' 2 .'-:...v -2,23 WALLY GIESLER DONALD HAWK BILL HOVEY 'ilvf' ,mask ywegai 'ivvivf L E: , .xy .. ft , ' ww . f ., "M-. ,Q "' , "f,,s:,,r:. fi fm gl -V: - ,nm-',.Q-ZX Q :L uw.. 3 , 7 9 I A v W I So Q W 4 'al G 2' mf W 11 Q as ag 2? 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W 1 l ,Q I 2, fi i I mga . . gig. 25, " A, 'bf ff O A 2 P '1 6 ,iff ,, f A, Q kgs ff i Q A ' f vw 2 59-bfsv f zgiygff -4s9ff'M 'XX' " '- .Q 'V2,?2?Q3ff , 1:1 lf , , ' ' , CLAIR SCHULTZ JOHN FITCH fx 'K 'V ,f , 7 ,QQ Q , J. WN Zzqisfffk ggifgggigyvii A as ffvfa-f PHI IOT ALPHA BEN BOGRAN Pl'C'SjdI'lIf JOSE ALVAREZ Vice P1'C'SillC'llIl JERRY BERNAL SC'FI'C'f61l'y IGNACIO LANDA Trcasu rw' The origin of this organization dates back to 1921, when it start- ed its activities as the Club Hispana - Ameri- cana composed totally of Spanish - American students attending Tri- State College. After six years of existence, it was registered u n d e r the laws of the State of Indiana as the Alpha Chapter of Gamma Eta Alpha Fraternity. An intensive movement begun by its organization culminated in fusion with the Phi Lambda Alpha Fraternity as the Eta Chapter. On December 26, 1931, during our annual convention, the Phi Lambda merged with the Sigma Iota to form the present Phi Iota Alpha Fraternity of which we are the Iota Chapter. The aims are to foster a better sense of duty and study among the members and to create that Latin atmosphere which is an integral part of far-away homes of the members, constantly striving for that great ideal, the ultimate goal: "The political and economical union of all Latin-American countries. 'Cf iv' , :S 1- fs , f X ,I 4 I A 3ggv:1:g: 4245.595 . .,,. . .ev W A Q X QI ,gpm fy 3, fw V, , ? , WWW .uv .4-Q eadSv.a,,,ZslM bmw Www , F N. ,W , ,V , W I eww W! figggtflfij ' M, . ,wfgv .L H X, QL I vga-xi, W, I ' ', ' I .,...,,.,,.v y I 1 ,M 1 'a 1 I If 6 ,I r V I, ' W , V . E Y E I l iffy, QW an p 1 X I 4 9 1 fi f JQZN 1, f 4 4 4 X 9x,,.,Q,5 ri ,U ,A J 66,2 bf A f f V 4? 4 wiv, 'Q m 1 ZQW! fa 6? if f if If ,wx ' My f 'ff f I jf 'P' I 1 ,G Y ,E f f X I . Q I I, , A , Y I , , V 1 -' 35 if 72 .14 , 5 'ff , IV j I . ,. 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X 1 Y r 1' 2 ? 2 4 TAU KAPPA SIGM DICK PARLOXV Historian JOHN BRECKENRIDGE P1'c'side1zf BOB CHASE T1'FdSZl1'6'l' JOHN VALENTINE Chaplain TERRY BISHOP Sc'C1'efm'y DEWEY MORE Vice Presideizf GEORGE SI-IARPE Plezfgeifzasfer' fig Tau Kappa Sigma, founded upon the prin- ciples of brotherhood, equality and christian fellowship, t o o k its position among campus fraternities on May 23, 1950. Although new in name, this organization I has existed at Tri-State - College since 1921. The e V e rlasting reputation which it has achieved speaks for itself. The goal for which members of Tau Kappa Sigma strive may best be expressed in these words from William Shakespeare: "To thine own self be true, thou canst not then be false to any man." Upon truly reaching this goal, Tau Kappa Sigma feels that a man then, and only then, realizes the true magniicence of fraternalism. Be conscious of the fact that we always derive something from everything we do. The omniscient man, you know, did not become so under a lamp with an open book. No, his book was human nature, Hlled with pages of time, and studied under the world's light. ALAN BLAKE ROBERT CHASE JOHN BIROSCHAK PETER BROWN DONALD KREITZMAN ROBERT BLACKFORD BILL DUERK JOHN BRECKENRIDGE RUSSEL REED 6 7 "7 ,, fffvf 4 Wk' ff 44145 mia aww f, ew ff 9, 5, 2 Q11 M,2,,m3w15,f: ,, Q 1 an 175 av 46 f 1 Q Q A A '55 ' U iv. , . , L - 6.7. Q 4 f 5 s f xi ,f ' ' Q, 1 fe fb G 5' , y Q 4 7 ' , 1 of 4 1 y 1 6 9 C t 0 5 ic ' 2? f 401 f 9 ,I If gf , .Sf mv f' , 9' 4. 2 N..-' We f I 'ww' wwf LESTER SYGULSKI DAYNE DAVIS CHARLES PYNE IOHN VALENTINE gmgw- , .7 w iv 94-0 ff ' i L L, 1 Q, ' fn 553-,,., I 1 SSQV E2 f':'2: Q E 'S 'S' ., fx? f WWA? 1- -1 ,, , 3 - ' . , ,.,. :f j2?z:,.., . , f"?IE:f' - " ' H , .".4 , 9 , N411 K. :X ' 9 v 612152 I Th 0 511,09 ,, ,. vt fy ,lf ,Q " ' ., 1' ,-:fi f .Q I ' - V X Y .- .,,.. - ,A .. W- 51,222 - A V wa, 5?- , , se ', 4 if N .N xg if In ,f , X ,L .A,., M A fa. 9 Q A U Q, 1 5 Mi 41154-5 flvrif M:--7'-fr . .if 'f l'7j'If9?f' zA"fi A rv.-Lak Q Q U , -g..- ,wwf ,,..,wAf . 4' 3 ' 42 , . A . r, , 2 -,U '-'-1,v::,g:.,, . A sl: V' .- U I .... L 7 , , . . Mwgmiwzlss-':""f P SIGMA MU SIG A ROBERT STEINORTH Sc'z'rCfary RONALD STEWARD Vive Prcsid 0111 BILL KRESGE President STEWART MOFFET Trmsu fer Alpha Chapter of Sigma Mu Sigma was founded on Good Friday, 1921, at Tri- State College, Angola, Indiana. Founded by three Master Masons, Sigma Mu Sigma came into existence primarily as a local Masonic fraternity. The organization ex- panded with the desire to become a national fraternity and maintained its high scholastic standards, and gained the advantage of a social fraternity. Sigma Mu Sigma continued to grow and expand until there were nine active chapters in 1929. Due to uncontrollable circumstances, however, Alpha Chapter along with several other chapters was forced to become inactive in 1936. Through the efforts of loyal alumni brothers, Alpha Chapter was reorganized in 1940 and has again regain- ed the enviable position previously held on the Tri-State campus. It is still the hope, aim, and desire of Sigma Mu Sigma to create a well balanced college life. It is the desire of the fraternity to turn out men capable of taking their place in the world in their chosen field and in confidence in their ability to meet and mingle with their fellow men. QHFQ BOB GIBBS PERRY RATHBUNN NORMAN CRAVEN DON GUCKENBERGER PHIL CONKLIN JOHN PORTER FA U JOHN SIEFERT JOHN SWEITZER ROBERT FOLMSBEE ROBERT STEINORTI-I 'WI' ROBERT HEAZLIT CHARLES BETZ NIS JOHL JOHN WILLIAMS ROBERT CRANE AWRNN, 'NA' ,,,gg,,,,,,....v' ..- . , ' ff iw-x n , ar' " A- . 1 5' , , ,Af f qulb A H . J. ? 71 I K , I ' 5. 4714 , g, ' . . W ,ji . h If ,.N. .A fu. , I ,,, " A . V N ...,. f ROBERT BADGER JOHN OWEN DAVE YEE .vw 4-,,-1 Q, 1fgZ'.,,,.:, 4. .::?Z,,.4, , 2 ,fa " . ' V N ,H .,.. . . ml X6 X 9 s wwf' fmfifx 'I NL.. W ,. V7 ,xy f fi' 'Y :iWTf,,, if I ' a ww, Nj N g g Gigi? ', 1 , ' g my , ,. N' "2 "5m2,:'. . x M4 fr-Ln , .t ' 32" 14 ' if ' 'K .. , ,,Ei2"ggg::gf Q If " " Q" Rf: QW , , 423, ' V Y , 5- 67' f if Q f V fl I . me V wig 'Qsqugalf' f, -,Q ' fa HM" is V, 1 RICHARD MOULD BILL KRESGE EVERETT CLEMENT HOWARD GOULD JAMES BESEMER PAUL N. BROWN ,,....., .-,, 1 gk 'W , , 5 W ' xxx-L 1, 1 if ., ,, f f? ' 1, fy, W mx 41' I. It fflf , gp, . ,Z 01,53 KW, H M5 , - 9 M. M 1,.NMZM.s 5 :gag ,,mA, :A .14 I' ffl? 46,52 f . " " ' IQ - f I 27 I I A ,Q :gf QFLD , K ,- f . IFES I I ,N , 4 ., - ., H, ' 11 ' 5 f 4 ,i I . 2 ' ,, , Q '11 4 Q., 1 5 . . Illmff was I , . was - I ,E W W, BOYD I-IARLAN RONALD STEXVARD BILL WECKEL ALFRED HAYALIAN RICHARD LeGRAND BILL COOK EARL VALITON GEORGE WORTON VINCENT DI PAOLO I i KEN PARSONS Aim H. A. CANNON ROBERT WALKER W -,W WA 9 WILLIAM GROOMER LEE MININ R. A. BURGERT REX ALVEY i. 1-Qi New PHI KAPPA DICK GUCCIARDI S0r1fc'fa1'y MARTIN MOOT Vice' Prc'5icff'1z1f TONI ROSSI President JACK WALSH Trr'as11rc'r As we look back approximately twelve years, we contemplate on the beginnings of Alpha Gamma colony of Phi Kappa, and the honor and respect gained in its con- tinuous course. Our beginning was on January 8, 1939, after many weeks of laborious planning, when Alpha Gamma Gmega, a local Catholic fraternity, was founded. The spirit of a few men, organizers of this Catholic fraternity, carried on through the many problems and hardships which confronted the group. Through effort and determin- ation, all problems were squarely met, and were solved in one Way or another. Progress, at first, was slow, but after four years, Alpha Gamma Omega was ready to petition the Phi Kappa national fraternity. The charter was granted on June 26, 1943, and the name of the fraternity was changed to Alpha Gamma Colony of Phi Kappa. We are proud of the accomplishments of Phi Kappa, and we know that with the blessings of God, Phi Kappa will continue on successfully in the future. PHIL CARDO ANTHONY ROSSI DONALD BRACCO MARTIN MOOT KENNETH SCEPER RICHARD GUCCIARDI I - 2 fl EMI' vi' : 1 I ' '1 A5 J A f k ' Q Qi 4 Q, ,-1 . f- I . U W3 I my I I I .- .3 ,- I" v:,.:4,:., ' 4, W4 ' 1 3 ,ai 5, F' .3 . 1 M , Q Mg I, .,.,...,,, in V. ,V E X fwfwy 592-, i 5 .3 , ' VY t A 1 Yrvfm , V , X 'ffl E I ' ' H 'W ' 'I-' ' ' 'fx f ,f I I W 1-LEM' df.. ,M ,A,,5?3?f5Zf' . 4 FRED LEYDECKER STANLEY ABRAMOWICZ PAUL MIANO . JP' 4-JDDIW9' 4 ,. 3 Sw RUSSELL BOSTWICK ARTHUR GARDELLA HUGH FLAHERTY RALPH OLSEN CHARLES KULESZA CHARLES BRODOWSKI Q2 Si f , K ., ,..., Q : 3 Q, y .. ' - fi 25:62. Q , - f. . ,... ., X, K , f fb Q., , ff, 2 ' 2 --wa in ll! Flll M' GENO MUCCI ERIC BERNHARDT BEN VITALE ANDY FUNICH PETER GRACEFFO RICHARD MCCARTHY RICHARD FRANCIS EDWARD ARSLANIAN JOHN DOMBROWSKI - -4 al, ff? if ' ?'a, 4 2 G , JOHN WALSH JAMES RESER JOHN DONNELLY jg mmf G.. 1.-. :NX gyffis ,g,,- , 'W 'VVX , ..-.- ' 1 QA 1 ,W x f 2 1 M-ff. 4 f' .. " ,Ms lu W 'W-?SQfg,,...., NV ' ' A A 'O f ' . ,E 1 W, Q 4.1 A if? V? 4 E! .Q . , 'fig , ' p 3 fe E2 2 I 'Y ,W-f , , fa si1:',: M? 6-KUNE ww." - -f " W f- K, A-,. bbw -eb-.,, - ,Y X A: ,,,, ' '39 Qf.: 1 fax y .. ,t 2 f' 'M' -WN 4.229 A2 CHESTER SCHIENDA JOSEPH KWAS VIC DiCARLO 'H f .1 I , X. M 1 Rf ' Eff , V-g,"W RICHARD SRCHWAB MGM HUMPHRIES FATHER GREGORY ALPH GAMMA UPSILO TOM MEGARGLE Pl'C'Sjt1l'lZl' ART SAWYER Vice P1'c'sin'c'11f SAM SPOONER T reaszz rc 1' MEREDITH FRY Corresjwonrling Secrefary Lambda Chapter, Alpha Gamma Upsilon, had its beginning in the fall of 1927. Long a leading figure on the campus as a national social fraternity, greater benehts and higher prestige to its members and alumni initiated the desire to merge with a national collegiate fraternity. This became a reality when on May 8, 1949, Phi Sigma Chi received its charter and became known as Lambda chapter of Alpha Gamma Upsilon. Since 1922, when H. R. Carter gathered three men about him and founded the first chapter of Alpha Gamma Upsilon, the fraternity has indeed fulfilled his dreams. Those hazardous days of beginning have long been forgotten, and A. G. U. has spread throughout Michigan, Indiana, and Ohio, establishing itself as an ever-growing col- legiate fraternity. We, of Lambda chapter, are meeting the challenge of the many brothers who have passed through the doors of the big house at 115 South Darling street, to maintain our high standing scholastically, so-cially, and in all athletic events. The keen compe- tition between our chapters to capture the many yearly awards, links us in a bond of friendship and brotherhood, which will forever be signihcant of Alpha Gamma Upsilon. '-qgqm-wr--N qwwwwy S! MW I ..,., 1 lg - as -1. 25, 1- Dfw MEREDITH W. FRY CHARLES BEARMAN MAURICE HOGAN JOHN BOWDITCH SATTERLEE PETTY FRANCIS XVALKER 4421 .I K., . . M., .- . ,::s::, .y.,4...,. ..sgmmgfz., . ., ,W ,. fu: ' , y , 52 :fum fu nc., 'f' fi ,, f4fm-'- ' 4 4 Y ,S 6 Q ,. .1 fe y. f .- Q '6 1 - .J - 'V , -1 W ,f , gat V ,.--1g,N,.,,.::1. 2. i. 4 -' .,.,. , .. .. .MQ 0 'V ff-fx -X A, , up Q, ,-f,,v,mf f 'f e V ,AQSMW .,. MW... A .. .. , V if 43 f' , 9 65 f l I M f.,,. V41 1, 12, f ,-"P "fr i i ,Q ,P 2' ,wi 7 f ' 1:52- . W 'qfrgy ' Wgfggy , . .:q:y5,g,.x 5 er gf A' S X . . -,'l S , . f , , iz vi 26 JA fc DONALD ASHER ROBERT BANKS GEORGE ROZELLE 'Q WILLIAM HARRIS w-...pg , I, JOHN BARLETTA SAMUEL SPOONER EDWARD KASHORK -A A7 ?4-2 ,gn MW ANDREW HILL Wmwvf' RICHARD STROMP . 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X. . , JACK HOLT HERB HAY Secretary Treasurer WARD JENSEN GENE ENGLISH Presir1'e'11t Vice President Beta Phi Theta Fraternity was founded at the Milwaukee State Normal School in 1917. Plans for expansion were made in 1923, and since that time strong fraternity groups from other institutions have become affiliated wth Beta Phi Theta. The history of the Delta Chapter of Beta Phi Theta dates back to 1922. At that time, a group of young men banded together as "The Four-Eleven Gang," their sole purpose being the promotion of good fellowship. It was from this organization that Lambda Phi Epsilon was born. The membership of this fraternity grew, and recogniz- ing one of the great needs for college students, opened the first fraternity house in the history of Tri-State College in 1925. When the college gave recognition to fraternities in 1929, members realized the advantages of national membership and became the Delta chapter of Beta Phi Theta. ln twenty-one years at Tri-State, Delta chapter has never lost sight of the ideals of its founders. Those chosen for brotherhood are men of courage, initiative, and fortitude before our eyes. This policy of selection has insured lasting life and leader- ship for our fraternity, and has made Beta Phi Theta one of the most honored and respected organizations on the Tri-State campus. M,-M HOWARD COLVENBACK FORREST BRUNDAGE PAUL KAURALA VINCENT KOTECKI LARRY HICKMAN ROBERT GAMBERT HAL DEVICK JERRY OAKLEY CHARLES MONROE MARVIN NEWTON WILLIAM BOLIN JACK HOLT X 4fy sf' 'wig wx-New WILLIAM GORDON JAMES CAWDELL KENNETH BERGSTROM JOSEPH PERKOVICH HERMAN ROTH EUGENE MASON WARD JENSEN ,ww J .M-ff, -f.4gg'1,:-Q few. V x ,.,,.. ff? , I f 7 ,.4 736 Y .4 I V 2:21 W? ,W m , A. if X af Q' E v 1' 2 ' , H 4 , . .. .,'..1,. , -E ' 5 MW . E E gt, Q ' f:E- 5+ '91-3. 22 1 4 , Q? ' Z 5 is 2 vw, 4 1 if 2 ' is y V 4, fa f 1 1 . , ,V -K+. 's J Tm 9 E i z. .. if -L2-Q92-. ' V ' 3 Ik .1 v f f Mi. f, 19 5 s P ,Ai v , lv , ff -4 Y . ff ., , ,f 5 vi fj.-if' ' ' N, M.. , ,, .mvffif -4 ' 6' E A ' E, vf A , , f, iw , f ,ms ' ,if f .M X up ALPHA SIGMA PHI MARVIN KEPLER Serrefmy RICHARD HOFFMAN Treasu rm' CHARLES KUZEJA P resid Uni HARRY LAMPON Vice' Prcsiclffzf Alpha Sigma Phi dates back to 1925, when it was known as Phi Lambda Tau, having been granted a charter on April 10 of that year. Four years later, with unsur- passed growth, Phi Lambda Tau merged with Alpha Delta Alpha, a national fra- ternity. When Alpha Delta Alpha was disbanded in 1935, the membership's efforts resulted in a chapter of Alpha Kappa Pi, another national fraternity. Eleven pros- perous and successful years followed and Alpha Kappa Pi took another forward step in September, 1946, in the merger with another national fraternity to form Alpha Sigma Phi. The chapter at Tri-State then became known as the Beta Cmicron chapter of Alpha Sigma Phi. Alpha Sigma Phi stands for charity, culture, loyalty, patriotism, and perpetual friendship, and its members face a brighter future enkindled by the flame of these personal traits, which have always been animated, encouraged and developed within the walls of Alpha Sigma Phi. KARL KUBIN LEWIS EDGAR DRAKE CHARLES KUZEJA PHIL BLANCHARD PETER FINLEY RICHARD KLIEMANN PHIL HULL RALPH DONALDSON RICHARD STANDISH FLOYD BISHOP RODNEY DELCAMP CHARLES ECKERT JACK FITZGERALD JOSEPH EPLING MATTHEW BRIDICH A-wggqggif' 3 5 X 2 5 I K w Q , gage, . we if txyjggg' X 5 . -ev S X X ROBERT ROBINSON EDWIN RAPP DICK WHETZEL MORRIS EGGLESTON CLIFFORD BLACK MARVIN KEPLER ,, W, RICHARD HOFFMAN RICHARD KEEHN JOHN STOCKHAM LOREN SLAYBAUGH NVILBUR HATHAXVAY CLAYTON DUNN ED WORDEN ERNEST WINGATE CLARK STEWART PETER MARCHESE CURTIS SERVEN DONN DUFFEY NM' www? -'dh-anuffw ROBERT BADDERS I A Luv W1 .L MW 2? YV 1 9 5 s CLARENCE S. LORENZ BILL THOMAS JOHN MONAHAN WILLIAM SCHULTZ HARRY LAMPON ROBERT NAGLE ,K , iii if I Members whose piciurcs are lI0f available. PHILIP GENDRON ALBIN MCWILLIAMS Presenting . . . . . . the SOCIETIES IGMA EP ILON SOCIETY RON PUFAHL P1'CSitl7671f WAYNE WEBER Treaszzrcfr JIM BRECKENRIDGE Vice P1'c'sia'ent DICK GUCCIARDI SC'C'l'C'f!ll'3! The Sigma Epsilon Society of Tri-State College was or- ganized in 1933. Any stu- dent enrolled in the School of Commerce is eligible to take part in the organization. The aims of the society are to create a spirit of initiative in commercial students and to make available a limited amount of social and recre- ational activities. Education is not gained , . from books alone, and active interest in Sigma Epsilon pro- vides Cpportunities for stu- dents to round out their edu- cation. ERD OCIETY ,aa 5 1 QW' gf? f ,f f f K, I Y IIA f 'f xii A , ff? -'X 4 vaw Avia' fi g,f,,:3g5y,2fA f - ,fa 41.4, - V ' ,?l1i,fZ Jyffgkbj 1 f' "ff, UW! M ,ff Q f 3. 4 " ff 'Y ' f7?cf".7Z?7iIvz 7 f 2'ZffaZ,ga,f,g ff f' ' M22 -' ' iff ' DON CARROLL, Vice Chairman CHARLES SANDUSKY, Cbdifllldll The Institute of the Aeronautical Sciences is a national organization of aero- nautical engineers. It has as members some of the World's most famous pilots and engineers connected with aviation and its many allied fields. The institute publishes a journal to keep members posted on the developments and achievements in the aviation industry. The business activities are in the hands of the four major officers. These four officers are elected by popular vote at a banquet, held each term. This banquet is the high spot of each term's activities and usually features a well known speaker from the aviation industry. The Aeronautical Society wishes to extend its best wishes for good luck and suc- cess to the graduating class of 1951. First Row-Gieseman, Eg Gantt, B.g Green, G.g Kintis, D.g Carroll, D.g Robert son, C.g Ross, Second Row-Mordorff, R.g Koteeki, V.g Wfoodard, K.g Bligh, 1.5 Craven, N. Bridich, M.g Aceashinn, Third Row-Lee, 0.5 Lam, S.g Kipin, P.g Alvey, Wg Sochel, A.g Stevens, R. 5 QM I M ff, w 65, , CHEMI AL OCIET Y LADDIE KIBILOSKI Scc1'efa1'y LEO MANGETT Treasurer MARVIN KEPLER Vice Presirleni JOHN JOHNSON Prc'sia'e'nt The objectives of the Chapter are to afford an opportunity for the students of Chemical Engineering to become better acquainted, to gain prestige in the presentation of technical matter before audiences, and to foster a professional spirit and instill a professional pride in chemistry. The Chapter was started in June 1948 and became affliated with the American Chemical Society in July, 1948. Since this time it has grown larger and more active with the passing of each quarter. First Row--I-Iayalian, A., Pavel, Ed., Brown, J., Ritchie, A., Professor Mills, Pro- fessor Newnam, Professor Slanina, Professor Cramer, Professor Bezik, Cannan, B. Giesler, W. Second Row-Lagerela, R., Chan, A., Cooke, B., Johnson, J., Mangett, L., Riggle R., Carman, W., Long K., Szczesny, L. D. Third Row-Bird, XV., Kubin, K., Kepler, M., Hawke, J, Petrick, M., Callahan D., Pyne, C. S., Gleason, D., Kraay, D., Dudick, G., Gardella, A. J. Activities CIVIL OCIETY DAVE GRIFFIS SCC'l'f'f6ll'y FRANK DAVIS P1'Usiu'v11f LLQYD HOBBS Treaszzivr LOWELL ALFORD Vice Prfesiflcrzzf The society was fortunate this year in obtaining speakers from all phases of the field. In many instances, the speakers illustrated their talks with movies showing actual problems and procedures in connection with their work. The society was enabled to affiliate with the American Roadbuilders Association in the establishment of a Student Chapter on the Tri- State campus. These aihliations afford the Civil Society members an opportunity to keep up with the outside civil Held by receiving monthly bulletins, magazines, and other literature pertaining to the civil engineering field. Members of this society may feel proud of the activities in which they have taken part at regular meetings of the past year, and also in the greatly increased enrollment in the society. The society has exceeded all records of other years in promoting friendship and mutual interest among the Civil Engineering students. It is hoped by passing members of the society that future members will carry for- ward the work, and progress, remembering our motto, "We will progress". First Row-Herschel, K., Landa, I., Post, B., Professor Petty, Professor Hauber MacLeod, R., Howell, R., Gregori, Ag Fox, A. Second Row-Yeh, Ag Avery, H., Buckwalter, J., Groomer, W., Reid, XV. Perez, Motsinger, I., Bartrom, R4 Sharp, E. Third Row-Seeley, R., Tang, F., Rathbunn, P., La Coursiere, D., Francis, R. Crane, R., Schultz, C., Shumway, R., Lenyg Jackard. Activities . . me ELECTRICAL SOCIETY PROP. SCHOTT Advisor BRET CASTLE President ROBERT KING Treasurer RALPH GRADER , I Vice President The Electrical Engineering Society, which had merged with the Radio Society in fall of 1943, was re-activated at a special meeting of the joint Radio and Electrical Societies held on January 9, 1947. Since that time, the Electrical Engineering Society has been on its own and has made much progress toward desired ends. The primary purpose of the Society is to acquaint members with actual practice in their chosen field. To this end, ofHcers of the society formulated a three fold plan: Speakers, motion pictures, demonstrations. The speakers are selected from leaders in the electrical field, and high standards are also set in the selection of motion pictures. Demonstrations are arranged by speakers, or by professors of the college. Professor Clyde E. Shaw serves as sponsor of the society, and joins with the officers and members in extending a cordial invitation to the meetings to all interested students. First Row--Van Horne, O.g Barbacci, O.g Arslanian, E.g Mericle, W4 McClune C.g Habenicht, G.g Fitch, Second Row-Jewell, J.g Klemm, R.g Feith, 1.5 Williams, J.g Bobak, E.g Aeber- sold, F.g Sumida, L.g Tamashiro, T. my Activities MECHANICAL SOCIETY CHUCK GREGORY Vice Presia'c'11t PROFESSOR HEMMERT Arlviser CHARLES LAMB Presidwzt LESLIE MORSE Secrefury LYLE DAMBRUCH Treasurer The object and aim of the Mechanical Society is to provide opportunities for its members to secure a better understanding of the practice of Mechanical Enginering. Meetings are held to discuss professional papers, communications, and demonstra- tions of a technical natureg provide suitable speakers, sponsor observation trips, and similar appropriate matters. Any Engineering student or professor of Tri-State College is eligible for member- ship in the society. ? R-vi-1-V X..! First Row-Kwas, J., 'lleseiyv J., Ifainlwiivli, L., Gl'9gJl,!1'j', C., Mnrsv, L., Fink, P., Vaughn, D Set-mini 1lmvfBu1-nieiSte1', G., Kasper, ii., Jasinski, H., Baldwin, XY., Baldwin, 13. P Fan-Chini, E., Slivyiuwiiifiii, PI., Griinalrli, S. J. Third Row-Mentzer, G., Nyland, L., Tuttle, L., Petersen, R. z ...f R Q W 32 L 99" jg First Row-Lamb, R., Schenk, D., Griggs, C.. Pirrung, J., Munsc-hauer, G., Personte, L Kasny, L. Second Row-Allen, R., Hainswortli, XV., Proscia, J., Lampi, N., King, R., Lindner, P. E. Agarwai, G. P., Hisey, R. W., Boldt, L. E. Activities . . RADIO OCIETY JOHN GERLOCK Vice Presirlent JOHN PEX Secrefary SALVATORE NASTO Pre'sia'e1zt ART WINDSOR Treaszzrer The Radio Engineering Society of Tri-State College was organized in October, 1936, for the purpose of enabling any student attending Tri-State College, and inter- ested in radio, allied electronic and electronic and electrical communications, to gain useful knowledge in the field outside of his regular scholastic activities. The aims of the society include the advancement of the theory and practice of radio, and allied branches of engineering and of the related arts and sciences. First Row-Rossi, T., Sweitzer, J., Holmes, W. R., Keller, H., Prof. Westen- haver, Prof. AX, Lalmoncl, R., Ludwig, A. R., Clark, M. J., Hatch, W. Second Row-Minin, L., Martin, M., Mandale, W., Ling, T., Ruth, T., Callins F., Ackerman, W., Nupp, R., Smith, P., Balogh, A. Schechtel, J., Breit, R. Third Row-DiCarlo, V., Morgan, VV., Saiki, I., Lum, H, Chickering H., Doudna, D., Roberts, P., Kashork, E., Eaton, C., Kewley, T., Mucci, G. . Activities . . W . .T.E. DON HAWK, SfIlll6'llIi Couuril Rep MORRIS XVALTERS. SUc'1'c'fz11'jf WINTGN MCCALL, ClJdil'l1I0ll GAY KASSAB, Tl'C'lIYIIl'C'I' The Tri-State College Junior Division of the American Society of Tool Engineers was organized three years ago for all students interested in tool engineering. The aims and objectives of the society are to embrace a knowledge of all fields of engineering where manufacturing is a problem. The motto of the organization is "Behind every manufactured product is the tool engineeru. First R0XX'f'XX'V211tGI'S, M., McColl, YV., Professor llose, Kzxsszilm, G., Hawk, D. Second Row-Gaither, J., Hiltz, F. P., Keehn, li., XVeh1'1neiste1', N. We 3 ' '1 S. A. E. GEORGE BALDWIN, Cl7dil'llZdll DON SMITH, Sec1'efar'y-Trc'aszzfer CLIFF VELTE, Vice Cbairnzrzn The Tri-State College Society Group, Society of Automotive Engineers, was formed by a group of S.A.E. student members, and the first meeting held jr?-sv on February 3, 1949. At present, the group has a large membership and holds regular meetings the first and third Wfednesday of each month. The society welcomes engineering students attending technical schools and colleges or S.A.E. enrolled students. It is through student enrollment that the society brings engineering students into contact with outstanding engineers and their accomplishments in the automotive industry. The national membership of the society has been increasing each year, and at present has an enrollment of about 15,000 active members. There is also a student membership, which totals 3,800 in seventy-four engineering schools affiliated in the society, which now has twenty-five student branches. First Iiow-fXYHricle1i, J., Smith, 11, II., Yelte, C. Baldwin, G. P., Strominer, J., Yziuglin, D., Sieiiffski, I-'. J. Sec-iwiirl liHXY--rlillttlft, J., Kasper, ll., G1'egso1'y, C.. Morse. L.. Baldwin, XV., Me-ntzer, G. T95 ,nv-u."'l VT 'Nw 'sg Wigs its ini il CHINESE L B LEON CHIU, Trvaszzrvr Standing S. H. LUM, Vvvjl TOM WONG, P1'c'siffc'11f The Chinese Club was organized in 1932. The pur- poses of the club are to strengthen friendship among its members, to assist fellow members, and to encourage higher standards of scholastic achievement. The club was inactive during the war years due to the lack of suiiicient membership, but in the beginning of 1947, a meeting was held and a unanimous decision was reached to reactivate the Chinese Student Club. Although the membership is comparatively small, the ofiicers and members have been working hard to make the organization function smoothly and successfully. First Row-Yee, D., Chan, A., Lum, H., Yeh, A., Ling, T., Yeung, M., Chiw, N. Second Row-Lee, O., Tamashiro, T., Chu, T. H., Chin, L., Sumidu, L., Saiki, I., Kuntzi- vanish, S. 2' K 4 7 Ziyi? PI' 9 if Z0 PHOTO SOCIETY BOB CLEMENSEN, Prvsidezzf CHUCK FLEMING, Vicc' P1'6'Sil1'6'IIf ED DELANEY, Secrehzry-Tzwzszzrvr Q f O an . BOOSTER CLUB Durnig the early part of the summer term the organization of the Boosters' Club was announced. The initial turnout was small but it was quite evident that the group was enthusiatic. The summer term was spent in outlining the aims of the club and the rules and regulations by which it should abide. It was agreed that the club would Wel- come students, faculty members and townspeople members, to boost athletics at Tri- State. There would be no dues and the only membership requirements would be to have an interest in promoting the Tri-State College sports program. Left to right: Robby Newman: Robert Robinson, President: Frank Carboneg Joe Eplingg Floyd Bishop: Curt Serven, Vice-Presidentg Phil Blanchardg A1 McXVi1l1ams, Sec- retaryg Walter Reichardt. VAR ITY CL B PHIL HULL, Pl'6'Si4llC'1IlL VERN JANSEN, Treaszzrer SKEET HAINES, Vive P1'c'si41'U111' PHIL CONKLIN, Ser' 1'f' fairy Established in the winter term of 1950, the club has many purposes. Among them are to act as the official spokesman for all letter winnersg to promote a Closer feeling of friendship among the athletes in the various fields of sportsg and to secure a greater degree of student support. Y i 35 'Wag KW' QW' Left to right, first row: Monahan, J.: Drake, L.: Blanc-l1a1'd, P.: Conklin, P.: Hull, P.: aines, S.: Jansen, V.: XVanvig, H. gSem,-ond row: Mould, R.: Kat-zynski, T.: Rigby, J.: Gordon, B.: Pyne, C.: NYilson, B.: CCllll16, C.: Goin, B.: Yalnaguchi, G. Third row: Yee, D.: Burt-het-t, K.: Newman, R.: Robinson, B.: Madzunba, B. RIFLE L B DON KRIETZMAN r ttss , .,, P 1'a, x il1ClIf GERRY BURMEISTER ssss , s,,,.,Svci'cfa1'y DALLAS LA COURSIERE LLLLLLLL T 1'a' aszzrrr FRANK ACTON ,LL, ,.,Fa4'11lf,y Acfzfiscr Below, lcnee1in,2.': Dallas IJ21l'UUl'Slt'l't', Bob Meredith, Don IiI'l6lZH12'l1l, l"1'2lllk Acton. Standiiigf Gerry Biiriiieiste-1', Joe Mavewiez, Bill Uiiispaeli, John Chem-ko, IZ, Rlnelizlrdt, elmrdt, Ed M1-l'o1'k1e-. rm! Under the initiative and direc- tion of Professor Frank Acton the Tri-State Rifle and Pistol Associa- tion was started in October, 1949. Complying with the standards set by the National Riflemen's As- sociation, the club received its charter on February 20, 1950. The purpose of the Rifle and Pistol Club was to establish interest in and start intramural competition both in rifle and pistol shooting. T DE TCO CIL The Student Council is an organization made up of representatives of the various student organizations to promote such campus activities as dances, inter-collegiate sports, election of class officers, and other activities for the benefit of the student body. The Student Council is the voice of the students, expressing their views to the col- lege and to the public. Each of the twenty-four active organizations elects a junior and senior representative to present their best interests in the Council. It is the duty of the representatives to attend all regularly scheduled meetings, parti- cipate in committee work, and to report to their organizations any and all progress that has been attained. It is hoped that the high ideals for which the Student Council strives will be carried on in greater degree in years to come. SV if First row-Newman, R., Booster Club: Mould, R., Inter-Fraternity .Council1 Pavel, Ed, Beta Sigma Tau, Lamb, R., president: Lewis, F., secretary: Chickering, H., campus publications: Vaughn, D., Tau Kappa Sigma. Second rowv-Weber, XV., Alpha Beta Alpha: Cook, R., Chemical Society: Francis, R., Phi Kappa, Eckert, C., Alpha Sigma Phi: Stasik, W.. Junior Classg Gregory, C., Skull and Bones, C. O. A. Third row-Chan, A., Chinese Club: Woodeii, J. C., Societ3'vAutom0tive Engineersi AQIVRPGZ, J. R., Phi Iota Alpha: Livers, M. S., Sigma Epsilon: Betz, C. R., Sigma Mu Sigma. COLLEGE B Founded by the late Professor Almon G. Harshman in 1938, the Tri-State College Band has been under the direction of Roy C. Bodie, Jr., since 1947, when it was re- organized following World War H. Noted for its versatility, they play for "Senior Class Days", high school concerts and basketball games. 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BILL MADAMBA, Eu'if0r-izz-Chief 1" wiv 42 , was Left to right-Kibiloski, L.: Leydecker, F.: Pavlisin, J.: Chickering, H.: Serven, C.g Mericle, W.: Johnson, VV.: Yeh, A.: Fraser, G.: Carbone, F.: Baldwin, G.: Madamba, B., Waithee, J.: VVQ-hber, VV.: Mould, D.: Gardella, A.: Ross, J. ,Bandsaw ECHA ICAL JOURNAL STAFF T H E T R 1 A N G L E Founded November 11 1946 Published Monthly at Trl State College Angola Indiana Editorial and Business Offices Room 125 of the Adminstration Building Angola Phone 600 Recognized bv the Angola 1 hambel of 1 ommeue Bill Madamba, Editor in Chief George Baldwin Business IWHHHBSI Managing Editor ..... Warren IVICIICIG Assistant Editor .... Glenna Fraser News Editor ....... Frank Carborne Sports Editor ........... Jim Withee Feature Editor ....,.... Henry Chickeiing Assistant Sports Editor Wally Johnson Cartoonist .,........,...., Flank Obayashi Photographers .,.- Bell Delaney Staff Writers .... Advertising Manager Assistant Advertising Circulation Manager Mechanical Advisor . Publication Advisor if Tn! ., ,- Q 1.2, Y wc? , -fa 1 , f Af, X , W IEE ' Left to right-Morse L Facchmi F Cliitkerin re on C Damnutc King, D.g Kidd, M.: Petersen R Broun J Sports Autographs '7 ' 4,15 ' 527, ff' m il ez: ai? M-..,.. 'J xy Z, f , 0 1. i ff W, 4 f ' Rf Q ,wwf , 4, -f 7 ' 'Q i if Q , S iff? 3 ww '33 Q 2 ,my 1 11,5 fa? 9 '35 . . ,..,. .V e, zwwr Planning Strategy Wilson hoops one! I , VA ,E V 1 2,19 , , Ln 6- vm' " .' Wg. fwffw - ,.,,,fM ' ? , W. my , f up 3 A Q um Kim. ', ' 2, i ' gif f V, Q 'M A 5 4' ' Z.. , ,:' ,,?' 2. ,,v, , 2, ',f.,'z'fw ,' ff , 4 'f 6 f 1 Wg: WZ QQ., 5 z Q 1 , wa . V- "" Z ' wMM.w,,M7,,.M,,Wf,,,A f.,.,.,,,,,, , ,. 3 ? 5 I 5 I , i g 3 47, , 5 Hz 'lf f .sa fax 30,41 f ,- f 2 b- g z , ,, , 1 -QKQIQ1 4-' 'Y wg 2 I , . 1 W "f'3. 'M 53, mf, mf X ,iff 0'-ff f wa- V, nv- V 0635: wr, - -:,,:,f:,'. 3 ww. 4 , . 9 '-fiffiwf 1 f nf ag new em , "ln 4.-X .Maw .1:,, fy, ww. 5332 , .Q ., -4,1 , .- Qsvrfw, Q , Q u M ' Kwfempm Q, 4, Wm.M.M if -- an f gpg ,P , . V, ,Q 4 f f 22? 7 ,Q 1 , , ,N .tw-ww-X--W f z v ur E ,nuff gg, 8 f CX X 7,1 fu ZW 5 JW" J , X Z fi Z f Q an MW 1-2 K 'LL .grsrf l n,,,,,WWw, vmmwff , my Www ffvm Wm .WA W W. 1 , ,Q 2.10 ,Li ' , was.: TENNIS BILL MADAMBA Sfafc' Tennis Champion 1949 and 1950 A Left to right, front row-Bill Madamba, Chuck McC1une, Nehru T1-ivedi. Back row: Bob Steele, Jack Geitz, VinCe Javier. EB LL Front ruw, left to riglit-fKen Curwin, John Zunders, Bill Swaney, Lou Drake, Jack Holt, Ted Kaczynski, Jack Skidmore, Tom Kocliis. Baa-li row, left to right--Skeet Haines, Jesse Rigby, Vern Jansen, Hlltl lllt'lfl2lll9.l'l, Merle Tlnimons, John Perslng, Mike Miller, Phil Blanchard, Jim Stevens. gui. hu- ALUMNI OFFICERS Judge George I-I. Leonard Prvsizfwzf Mrs. Elizabeth Arnold SCc'l'c'fc1l'j' Gerald H. Moore College Direvfor of Alumfzi Af, UMN ASSOCI TIO A 5 lx Q 54 N A,-WWW, . W ' " 4541" "X aww, f aj Sw' H wfsszrxfcf efflagx if ,..--an KW 4 I BOARD OF DIRECTORS ., ,STX 2 f Clifford Ernest Robert A. Sovik Joseph R. Teagno REUNIO NES TK -'A . .5 ! ef: , QQW iff S M11 ,Q ,W xqgxe Q , ,WMA r gym ' fl, . Q fw2fl w1,,Ti, Q' ' 3 ' . M-'Nga A I ,ma l X ,W , Y ' vm 'A', r, A ' ,f vu. ' 7 .' Y Za. ,l fx' - iifff Q '- ,,,., ,, 5 ,' 'Vw Q :gigs s- nwm ,,, A 'Wm ,,,,5gfwg ' ' -??'f,,-if-, WT1,v 5. f f- P " L ?'?2VfJ .1 , 4 PNK To X 1 Qt 2 , 4 s ,ply W Q, ,,."' """' t- M2932 4: W Q xz.. j 1 .fu 's.....,........4 V'-e 'e gi. A fm fx 1' '4 Q 4 3 25ZfM.ffQQ1 . '4 KX? 5 ' - ' . M My Q V y Z' V- K1 M K gm -,r Y 9:5 5 fa Lf :' f ' 5 fa 3,5 . y ' f 5.5 4 ' 4 COMMERCIAL LEAGUE Front row-Bill Ellinger, Howard Hooli- han. Back row-Fred Marshall, Jim VVithe-e, Martin Livers, Vern Barussa, NVilbur Hath- ZLXVELY. I TRA URAL BOWLING C M S ENGINEERING LEAGUE Don Wfilfong, Jim Fincher, Dallas Lacour- Siere, Ted Kat-zynski. DGUBLES Bill Madamba, Mitzi Komo. 2' N ' Q 2, ,E 5 2 'fn L1 3 5' M .45 l eggl ff fear B QQ? Qs ' MVK Q! A I: ' ., 5 fi. ' 'N' W, 7 f 4 , WY, u, ,- it J I War PING-PONG B i 1 1 Madamba, 0 h a m pg Nehru Trivedi, runner- up. A , w OS W Y 2 ,- S H- 3 5 p-14 9 fly, 'ff - Sports 4'-I f' r:,. V f , . " f 4 ,xp V 1 ff' 1 , , , ,M ,,,, M V fa, , f QQ 055551 We ,G 'Q' ww BASKETBALL Front row-Bob TValters. Phil Ponklin, Bill Cooke, Jim Bessemer, Dick Griem, Keith Hayes, Bill Atchison. Standing: Glenn Mat-Millzin, Jim Bisliop, Don G1li'llt'llllc'1'flQP1', Jim Elder. VOLLEYBALL Ralph lVataru, Frank Obayaslii, Gary 3Y?llllHg'Lll'lll, Keichi Ogi. FOOTBALL Front row-Sam Dascum, Ed lYarcl, Max Robart, Everett Clement, Bob YValte-rs, Dick lfriem. :Hack row-Jim Bishop, Dave Yee, Bill Atchison, Bill Kresge, Bill VVeckel. Jack Skidmore, Injiela' Mike Miller, Catcher Lou Drake, Injielrl Ted Kaczynski, Oufjield Jesse Rigby, Pitcher Tom Kochis, Injivla' Bill Swaney, Ouffiela' Skeet Haines, Oldfield Phil Blanchard, Infield Vern Jansen, Cafcber John Persing, Pifcfyer Jim Stevens, Pifcber Merle Timmons, Pifcbvr Bud Monahan, Oufjicfla' Jack Holt, Infield .M G GULF STANLEY ABRAMOWICZ Number One Man 1948-1949-1950 Left to right-Stanley Abramowicz, Ed- mund VVebb, Ed Burner, Donald Kemp, Don XVi1fong, William Omspavh. 4' ., M 1 W '90, ? . Lyggq a y .1 qvmmmmnm .11 1 2 4 A To The Advertisers We say thank you for your generous support of the 1951 MQDULUS. You have contributed greatly to its success To The Class of 1951 The sincerest congratulations! May your paths in the future lead to even greater goals than you have set. -The MODULUS STAFF Best Wishes From ACADEMIC AND ADMINISTRATIVE BODIES of TRI-STATE COLLEGE gi S .v. i I May Your Success Be Our Reward BLEDSCES BEACH LAKE JAMES - 4 . I , . T4 3 ' .1 . ' I' "' wil DANCING SWIMMING THE AMUSEMENT CENTER Tlx' Best Of Success To You Congratulations . . . We congratulate the Moclzzlus Staff on zz alijffzzlt job well clown. Through their efforts the Modulzzs will remain as a claerisbecl memory of college days and College frielzds. STEUBEN PRINTING CDMPANY 66Printing That Pleases " Qi 4, J7,Q3'Qf, - i 91 Hldfmm, 91 5,tzcmlLlQA, 5 13- W gatchm umm 642' ufifsg. 921' 55,17-4e0W' 9-Qwffflyf i S ? jim Bm! 'ljou fan Buy. See BILL BOSTAIN Rep reseu ling THE L. G. BALFOUR COMPANY Attleboro, Mass. CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF '51 Compliments Cf The Brokaw Theatre bffefe? Always A Good Show 'I 1 X COMPLIMENTS OF The College Book Store BEST WISHES From The College Cafeteria X "Ou The C6ll7Zf7llS,, N G C M NILES STUDID PORTRAIT AND COMMERCIAL PHOTOGRAPHY Sturgis, Michigan COMPLIMENTS OF The College Recreation Hall -XX . if K -1 , Q wfffri K IJ y4.- 5:37 4- YW Xf . In l..n :sw - 2: H .- 1 S X J Compliments Of ROBERT E. DOY LE ANGOLA BEVERAGE MERCHANT 115 N. Elizabeth Phone 139 GOD L CK To The Graduates: Thank you for your patronage. STR "HOUSE OF HITSH Student Manager COMPLIMENTS OF SHEETS UIL CU. HEATER OIL FURNACE GIL 0171 pf Deliumfies Ph A 1 COMPLIMENTS OF Wlmb, Mmm Steam, ,IARRARD'S TEIYS JERRY JACOB'S Angola, Indiana Compliments Tri-State Improvement Ca. C. J. PILLIOD GILLIS P1LL1oD INSURANCE Angola Indiana RELAX Enjoy Movies Under The Stars Lakeland Drive-In Theatre M Mile North Angola on U. S. 27 Children Under 12 Admitted Free Compliments Of The MODEL FOOD MARKET Fine Foods For Fine Folks No. West and Gilmore St. Phone 389 COMPLIMENTS OF HOTEL HENDRY Public and Private Dining Room Fine Food ? COMPLIMENTS OF THROUP F LORIST Ph 10 We Wire Flowe BEST WISHES OF DIXIE SANDWICH SHOP 01 W. Maumee St. Open 24 Hou THE RENDEZVOUS CAFE Co plimen s Of EXPRESS WA YS, IN C. COMPLIMENTS OF ALWOOD MOTORS Ford Sales and Service gola, Ind. Phone 9 COMPLIMENTS OF The Cardinal Cafe SUNRISE DAIRY Sharon Ann Floral Shop TUTTLE'S JEWELRY 108 W. Maumee St. KEEPSAKE DIAMONDS Hamilton Elgin Watches Wyler Gruen COMPLIMENTS QF The Page Dairy Company Wbezz I fs Milk or I ee Cream You Crave Demafzd Page Angola, Indiana Phone 21 COMPLIMENTS OF MQBRIDES Dependable Dry Cleaning Phone 277 COMPLIMENTS OF LAKELAND RADIO SUPPLY Complim ts Of PET MILK CUMPANY The WEATHERHEAD Co. Gasoline and Oil Proof Flexible Hose Choke Controls - Drain Cocks - Tube Fiffings Punch Press ana' Aufomafic Screw Machine Proflucis A l India COMPLIMENTS OF Northern Indiana Public Service Co BUCICS RECREATION FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF ANGOLA We Appreciafe Sfzzdelzfs' Ac c 0111119 Member Federal System and Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. COMPLIMENTS OF MEYER BUAT LIVERY Lake James, indiana LElVILEY'S LAUNDRY DRY CLEANING Opposite City Hall Phone S32 BEST WISHES FROM MORELAND STUDIOS Best Wishes From THE ECONOMY WALLPAPER and PAINT C0 gm ,9 Snfufflz, DISTINCTIVE GIFTS G Iing Cards Decor A 213 W. Maumee St. A 1 I d. BEST WISHES, GRADUATES Gaycrest-Crone Dairy Heidelberg Cafe COMPLIMENTS OF MAXTON CHEVROLET LAKEVIEW HOTEL Banquets Accommodated Lake James, India - C mpliments Of STEUBEN CDUNTY FARM BUREAU N Compliments Cf FAZIZ CEFANIIIE ICQ? 4 Manufacturers of Custombilt Cemmics and "Thermf1ex" Printed Heaters Compliments Of jazflnfzb, jfu' 'WZof.al, North Edge of Angola on U.S. 27 UNIQUE CAFE Students Hang-Cut Phone 242 Compliments Of BARR LAUNDRY Compliments Of MORRIS RESTAURANT Bef 1066711 ffae Theatres Compliments Of H HOSACK'S KRATZ DRUG STORE The Rexall Sforc' C0l7Zl71il'7Zf'l1fS io Hoe Class of ,Sl Famous Values AT PENNEY'S THE GAY BARN CASEBEER 86 ARNOLD Congratulations Fellows Compliments Of 907 S. Wayne Phone 353-L CHRYSLER PLYMOUTH Compliments Of ANGOLA SHOE REPAIR SHOP KAY'S DRESSED PQULTRY R. O. Yoder Compliments Compliments Of Of LOUI'S SXVEET SHOP I-IARMAN'S LADIES SI-IOPPE "For Finer Fashions" Compliments Of Compliments Gf VAN'S SPORT SHOP JACOB INSURANCE SERVICE Hunting and Fishing Gear West Maumee H7-'bd' Sig!! ASSIIVHIZCU Compliments Of PRESTON'S STANDARD SERVICE Compliments Of SUNSET HOTEL Crooked Lake LOOMIS DRUG STORE Walgreezz Agency Phone 307 Angola Compliments Of LINDY'S Coldwater Lake DANIEL SHANK LUMBER COMPANY NEZ'C'l'jlfl9il1g fo Build Wfifff' Jo R. Bakstad, M.E., 1912 Every Dollar That You Save Prepares You For That Jobless Day. Your Money Deposited With This Bank - Is Insured And Tax Free. ANGOLA STATE BANK I'TlJe Bank Witla The Clock" Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp Compliments Of PATSY ANN Wfaere You Are A1 ways Welcorfze Compliments Gf KOLB BROS. DRUG STORE Compliments Of J. H. PARSELL'S SONS Compliments Of ANGOLA BAKERY Compliments Gf C Compliments Of MAST MEAT MARKET Best Wishes, Fellows! CAPTAIN,S CABIN Crooked Lake Compliments Of SELMAN HEATING AND WEIGHT FUNERAL HOME PLUMBING CO. Compliments Of ANDY'S FIRESTONE Compliments Of SERVICE PERLEY'S LIQUOR STORE 1 17 ' fdhhqg PATRONS WILLIAMSON'S HARDWARE W. R. 85 S. F. ALDRICH, D. D. S. G 85 K NEWS STAND TOP HAT DRIVE-IN . DEW DROP INN ANGOLA CAB COMPANY LIECHTY JEWELERS W. R. THOMAS STORE NEWNAM SHELL SERVICE HARVEY E. SHOUP SHROYER'S SHOE REPAIR ST. ANTHONY'S CATHOLIC CHURCH HAMMA FEED 85 SUPPLY CO. ED SELLGREN BUICK SALES ANGOLA BOTTLING CO. LAKELAND AUTO COURT NORTH STATE SALES WILD-ARNOLD MERCURY SALES Autographs A utographs Autographs 2 JP, 4 ,X TM .. Il.ilI, . . .M . I III ve- - lg I T99 , ff-'. WI .I II e ' 'I' ' ,5..'f9"": S"-'W 1-.-1 -,ff f bfXWf .I I ' LCE: QI . 1- 1 - 'gQ1'fe1'14J :fig- ' I '.',.I .,Ib.l 91 r A mv' ' ff 3' J, f ".' . 5 I.-qI',I' -1 if f++,g M w -, I .nj I' 5:7 ' .I+-1.,I. . 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