Trine University - Modulus Yearbook (Angola, IN)

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F' " if ff! Qi. Wag' 5 ! 4 w 1 a 11 '1 I1 4 .1 I' 1 1 5 4 1 4 I jim, 7955 Wiodulum 'Meanbnnlc ng fha, nf, ,7!I.lL5f6Zf.Q, fnlleqn, lid, Q fo, the Jleada, nf, flue, ' Q The dedication of the 1955 Modulus to the eleven men who head the academic departments of Tri-State College is prompted by the con- sciousness of the debt owed to them by every student who has come un- der their tutelage. These men are not only teachers, but in fulfilling their duties as Heads of Departments, all carry added responsibilities for the proper per- formance of teaching duties by every member of their staff. The burden of maintaining and carrying out this educational service is their responsibility and the performance of this responsibility and duty is measured by and directly related to the quality of education at Tri- State College. Quintin Hawthorne Stefan J. Slanina Aeronazifieal Engineering Cbenzieal Engineering Leland S. Ax Radio Engineering Harold R. Hoolihan C onz zneree Harry R. Stelling En glisia Clyde E. Shaw John C. Humphries Mechanical Engineering Mechanical Engineering QTOp Cenferj Cecil Hauber Civil Engineering Q Paul A. Nurnberger Maibernaties and Seienee Kenneth Steele Physics Jnfmwnlwl CK Through these portals pass the nucleus of tomorroW's leaders." This could Well be the motto placed above the en- trance of the college. You, as an alumnus, have passed through these portals on your tour of life's road. The door to the found- ation of life was open to you and you entered. The knowledge found beyond was yours for the taking and you took it. The human mind has been appropriately compared to an encyclopedia. Much information is contained therein, but, un- like the encyclopedia, that information is not readily accessible without reference, especially if the time element is a factor. As an aid to find references desired, the editors of the Modulus have striven to portray that part of your life at Tri-State Col- lege through the media of quill and scroll, script and photo. In humble appreciation, I, as Editor-In-Chief, thank all the editors for their untiring efforts in gathering and editing the material, and to all those organizations and fraternities and their representatives who cooperated and contributed the material to help make the 1955 Modulus a success. fwwfjgaw Editor-in-Chief L ,ab ,va -, 4 V-sw f G',. Y .. FN' 1' ff, S. -ic, ' . 6 K - . 1129 ., . wp .A ff Ak , H3 ,vw , 'ip JE X. Q 2 .. ,pw , ,W 1, f' 'WZ .n P K 'H I 1 ' 5, 9 hw. 41? Q . ., 1 ,... V? ,, AAL .V .. P, M. .s, , ...A . w 55 W. , 'ff 1 2 Q .0 I' JA. my Q .,, f Q H " 'nf' Q If 4 I z", I I f ff ,' 1 ' gb' " 1'9f 4, if . I l fm, :i E Y Al ' 1 5 ' ' . aw. ?f I 4' ,. f-ri f 4 Eff! 4 If 'I af . .Grim V- M .A H - -AAq' " , ' I TO THE GRADUATES OF 1954-SS: It Was once stated in substance that one should make no little plans but should think big. When Daniel Burnham, a great Chicago architect, made this statement as a part of the expression of his hopes and ambitions for the future develop- ment of his city I am confident he did not have in mind either you or me or our college. The soundness of this advice, even though unquestioned when given, is now strengthened and supported on every hand. Who could accept and follow it more appropriately than an col- lege graduate-a person Who, by seeking further education, has already thought big and made no little plans. As you cross the threshold of graduation you will have achieved the realization of your first big plans. Now it is time to start over and make no little plans but think big again. And so it will always be for those With ambition, hope and faith in the future. MX. THEODORE T. WOOD, PRESIDENT March 22, 1955 ' M-wharf' he" K I i MARK J. WOODHULL Chan man Bvafwl nf, .7 TOP Row Ray Alwood, Owen R Bangs Row TWO Laurence L Dresser, Perry T Ford Row THREE Roy Fruehauf, Major General Lewis B Hershey Hermon Phillips Henry R. Platt, Jr. Row FOUR: Samuel D. Summers, Walter W. Walb, Franklin H. Wells, Raymond E. Willis. ,,....,,.- , , I -, .-. - ' X ' ','.l w. -,. f.-'L . f--F Y.....fa ir- i ' 'eff-, 11... fzigglid i K- " f ' - '-'F' 'Zi' 1' J. Glenn Radcliffe Gerald H. Moore Vice-Prcsir1'en1f, Vice-President, Academic Affairs Public Relations i 'Q a.,-.fm ' V 'I-'-.2-::..... A' i"'fL'sZIs'::' x4W:1..,,.,. : , . - -z5,1,.,:,a:.w6:::zZ5::.Q-:.:.,-,.f.,:,3. -s .- ', ' ' '- -' 1 . 'ji In 1:-fr :Q N f i it ' 1' , .- 1' zz" 1g.,.:11.- 9 , sc, .1 1-21-:rp A 21 ,:,:- -K 'gf .,-,. , , gf if ful -V 'fx 4 .i fvmwit- 2 QQ" ' . Q f 1 . 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Much of the construc- tion of the Civil Engineering Building, started in 1908 and completed in 1909, was done by students. Since ancient times the civil engineer has been the builder. To- day civil engineers are employed in all parts of the globe, building roads, airfields, railroads, dams, and solving the problems of irrigation, water supply and sanitation. W. Q. In ZH John Jarrett, Associate Professor, at left, and Richard Griflis, Instructor, preparing a class demonstration on functions of the var- ious parts of the transit. John Bradbury, Assistant Professor, chalks up a lesson in Concrete Design. w....,WW fl Prof. Cecil Hauber, Head of the Depart- ment of Civil Engineering, is one of the two men who have headed this department, the other being the founder, the late George Niehous who served as head for nearly forty years. '1 57? ' sf K 1 , Q-1 visit Vi-NX . . 'F - lx ' OA 952,51 -'QQ l .1 . - Eg 's ,- ' 1 - f MK . . . 1 za M-1-,-.fi W x W3 N 1 1 X 9 . xiii sfS:53'Kf'z sXX5?' 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The 300 Building houses this department. yy yn HG A 1 -if ' 1 fb ff ', i' ' My vw- 0' 4 -'fywf' .4 L 41.4, 4'4,,,M'a,,'ff 5 ,,w'.,f',, -aw 4 31,6 uf .,. 4' ,Jw vfanaa, 'la .' fsfw, If Mia' M1 v if fn 1 ff ',19wa,ij4liw4v ffixazxbyyiw iid Wg i1W,a51LZsZ ggi 4 at F Q Q NJ, Ga,Qrg1,',t::f,r!f,L22 4fA9,eQ'1'gf"3sw,,,5m"'7x,j4'fw,QV., ,4f4.i54 ,944 gigab- 2' s Q , was aa 1 ff 'Ma '44 - ,Q sl' 5'2s'Zwgmug.4 'Wag af, 44,4 JP,y64, b2?,?f,g'24,,,,,Q 1'fee"',,Z Q s,"4,,, 7144 4, 1v5w59"Zb1?i5yIr 3'?,'p"Qff fww,"?'afg'v9"4 4' .Qf."I.i!r4W"f,s' '!?'4fM'iQr,La"'1afW1f. 'M " 2 . "ff"-sr 'ff L f'4"4f Y Prof. Clyde Shaw, Head of the Department of Wayne Gilchrist, Assistant Professor, discusses Electrical Engineering, in his office in the 300 Build- Direct and Alternating Current Machines in an early ing. morning class. H2 1' '4 Associate Professor Oscar Nelson caught by the Arthur Eberhardt, Assistant Professor, teaching camera in the electrical machines laboratory. a section in Electrical Engineering. I 1 a , - ' ' ff? 1 f -Z 1. ,-. ,E fy Q42 ,W 1- M n ff ff' e 'ggi ff if - , 5221 1 1 ,ge:.Qs1fg3?1il1:if:Q Q X593 'a-:12e:'1.-:rw ' ' YM:cf"4-:':'fZC1:wX2Q-4--si ,Q X,..,.,x,,, W Q1 X 11 Xt -fm. cox X.Lr,.s1m.:.N.- w 11.15. ,X X11 ,A-Q .Q1 sw o , X 5 Xmgi K X Nw FAQS 1 xx 1 X 5. fx 1 K Q Xi in x A HW 1 M 1 X ww, QQ XE Vw 6, 119W NX we Y vw Y, N NNQSK WQXWN sgXx'r22S9SR5s Q1hw?2O as QMSXQQ QQ 1 X- -X x 2, V wx -'am X XX-4-XX N xv 5 '1 Q-1g'g3,oxNfgQgx1,3,x-ksstwigs F vw wg X352 1 Rm bxxvx Q v xx mg N ba. Sw 0 XXX-K WN " W- sggs A mgw. mga 1,655--1. -,1'g2B, v,5 z 3- 3 xgxxg, 5.1 ag. - : .V Q, x x . ,. 1, cv.-4. , NK 'sk X 1 SEMA. QQ., 'ig sig 65151 N I xg-sk gg? 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Radford, Associate Professor, at left, Professor John Humphries, Head of the Department and Virgil Areaux, Assistant Professor, discuss a les- of Mechanical Engineering, in the Power Lab. son assignment in Descriptive Geometry. Alexander P. Gwiazdowski, Associate Professor, Fuels testing, an important part of laboratorv teaches Engineering Metallurgy, and Tool Design. work for Mechanical Engineering students, is demon- strated for Paul Martin by Wier Crowl, Associate Professor. Walter W. Holcomb, Instructor, il- strates a point for his class in Me- 21'1lSl'l'lS. Raymond Hemmert, Assistant Pro- fessor, teaches classes in Industrial En gineering, Machine Design, Steam Pow er Plant Engineering and Thermody namics. 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QaEfff '?,f i f r -- J 'K '34 AIQGWV ff., fiiff WZ' f - 'T ""f,a "':3i.: 'i--Z ""' 2 '-1. 255 i '-"- . - " af HMMNQ ,a4.A47,.Mn,..f9a,m4sZA4zi. .5 2 .. all 2 I-fif '5 ,. 'I - ' ' 1 MWZ 4, ff. g.. f'Wff f?!77i'fy ,.. ' ffff far 'W ,,ffffWW9 5339, ' 32' . ff .., 1 ..--- .4,M9gg,,,f, ffyg- . I 7, - .23 k a .- sv Zjfgjfef f WxfZf W A " fr - 5 , dgazuc. 5 The Departments of Physics ...... Mathematics heading "Basic Engineeringf, and Science ...... and English are included under the wM1.,,,...,,, 2 -M- Dr. Alice A. Parrott, formerly Head of the Department of English, now serves as Graduate Ad- visor, and holds the rank of Professor of English and Speech. Q of W 1 , fi J The Department of Mathematics and Science right are Carl Becker, Associate Professor, Prof. son, Assistant Professor, Herbert Wolf, Associate Assistant, and Professor Minard Rose. Seated are Hockey, Robert Foster, Instructor, and Richard . . F171 4 wma.. Hb, ...na W. MASMUM staff in an informal session. Standing left to Paul Nurnberger, Head of the Department, Lyle Ole- Professor, W. W. White, Instructor, Harold Ottoson, Ross Butler, Assistant Professor, Professor Arthur Byers, Assistant Professor. At le f t, Professor Kenneth Steele, Depart- ment Head, at left, con- fers with John Tressler, Assistant Professor, in the Physics Lab. At upper right, Lester VV. Long, Instructor, and Richard Leather- man, Assistant Profes- sor, talk over class as- signments in College Physics. Lower left, Victor Ju- lien, Assistant Profes- sor, at the AtWood's Machine, used to Verify Newton's law of accel- erated and uniform mo- tion. Lower right, Associ- ate Professor Charles D. Kenyon, adjusts a cen- tripetal force rotator in the Physics Lab. At left, Professor Harry Stelling, Head of the Department of Eng- lish and Arthur Free- land, Assistant Profes- sor, in the classroom. At right, Mary Disher Carney, Associate Pro- fessor, listens While a late-arriving student gives "the reason Why." ""W"--.... Eleanor Tarbell, Librarian, and assistants, Shirley Colebrook, center, and Anna Twitchell, at right, make out book lists. ye y 2 iw X Y I. T 1 2. it -af- 3 E 11 mf . -1- 1 , , , ,g , l -Us ,M is 91122: , W. Lvib H X .?' ' - ' fs ' -1 ' ' ' - .az , ,,V kiimu, 7 f . : 1: a. an , . ,,., 2 -2. ,V M. The Library Helen Owens Brown, assistant, checks in terview listings with William F. Thomas. Director of Placement. -w ,,":w.:.':Sf - fa-'aaa-' .- fm.:-:aa . s was . s . ,va-a irt' "1' 1 ...a.,,. at t'rt ll - R Q ec if it The Student Activities Building, where business and industrial rep- resentatives interview hundreds ol Tri-Staters each quarter for pros- pective employment. Top right, President Wood, Lucy Emerson and Roy Bodie, in the College Printshop ollice. Bottom right, Rowena Howe at the addressograph, Wanda Bodie assembling material, Loene Collins at the graphotype, and Elmer Taylor at the stapler are shown. ft as 'Hz' .5 Q Evelyn Goodrich runs the multilith, Larry Sunday and Rudy Ohnersorgen at the folder, Dinah Roncancio, typist in the fore- ground, and with back to camera, George Brown at the cutterg Russell Goodhew runs the Miehleg and Johnny Goodhew, the Kluge. N ,X xx The Recreation Hall is a popular place for fun and relaxation, and is also the scene of student dances. The office secretaries, standing, left to rigrlit, Joann Mote and Martini Keller,'l'1'easu1'e1"soffice Dolores XVolH and Adele Johnson, SQC1'Qf.31'Y'S oflice: Jo Spatz, secretary to Vice-President Radcliffe Elaine Vera, Registrafs office: Carol Query, Admissions office: 1YI21,l'g3l'Qt Alilman, liegistrans office Margie lNIc1'e11'ty, receptionist: seated, left, Janet Nlutt, oiflee of the Dean of Stu1lentS: Mary Pretliel' secretary to Vice-President Moore. Inset, Ruth Rise, secretary to President lVood. is ffl li In the Bookstore, Cleon Vvells, manager, and assistant, Mildred Swift, stocking up the shelves prior to the opening of another term. 5 N., x Jim gagma www g E l A i f ll 4 J V 4 4 E egQ:g:.: .-.,. D to :f -:5fg::.f:sf:- - - -I '," "Q H 'v," ' , .1 ff '.'- s tg I H an ' K zz., 23, ," - K W- V V- ---' -. Q f - it it .. . ""'. ' f 5 3 fi' , 0 o i U a Ne it .1 ai. A AQ .L, it . : ? .Q :. Bac-k row, lvlaggie Crawford, Katie Hassinger, Goldie Smith, Treva VVil1iamson, BESQIQ Allen, Marge lleek, Luella Moor, Esther Fenstermaker, Bee Heaton, and Enola Hllfll1,CI16 Qshe bakes those delicious pieslj Seated: Mary Cole, Le-ta German, Arbutus Vice, Mary Jones, Donna Hough, Helen Shiox er, Leona Nichols and Bessie Stuart, Manager. JM 6, ' Back row, left to right: Herman NVilson, Ora McEntarfer, Ric'-ky Smith, Herschel Clark, Carrol Penlandg middle row: Thomas Lyons, Ralph Mortorff, Williaiii Maxfield, Robert Reek, VVilliam Ickesi and front row: James Wel- ler, Fred Munn, super- intendent of buildings and grounds: and Ar- thur Stroh. .Wwe ' Cfvlw 800 West Maumee Street iz-Y f xxx- 7, 7' I , f New ' f' -- ff ,z, 2:1:1,f3Li'i My I " XS, 1 Qfq. 'fm C f Vg, , h 1 WWW , if ',:?'vwai3g, I ' ' i QQ 3' an .J Q, ZA Fifty students live in those two homes, former- ly residential properties remodeled for student hous- ing in the fall of 1954. flFF!i,E - i E. 4, ,, Na. 4 X 4 fl , , . Nsww w. XX ss Z ,W xx N X ,,., .,:'?'f" pf' Z 410 West Broad Street if The Tri-Stan Housing Project, operated by the College, with apartments for mar- ried students and "Bachelor Quarters" for single men. Tri-Stan Housekeeping Staff, back row: Myrtle Heckathorne, L. V. Hull, Dema Regisserg middle row: Charles Leman, man- ager, Arlene Dove, Dorothy Quast, office secretary, August Crawford, and in front, Virgil Waller. P gi , December March Eew ff!!! at Q, SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS David Finley, T1'C'6lSllVf'l'j Harold Oquist, Vice Pl'USitI,C'lIf5 William Flzmigan, Pl'CSit1C'lIl'j and Charles XVest, Sc'cre!ary. FAWZI C. ABU-DIAB AL JAHELIA, LEBANON B. S. in Mechanical Engineering Mechanical Engineering Society: Soci- ety of Automotive Engineers: Alpha Sigma Phi: Student Council. JOSEPH E. ALFIERI WARSAW, NEW YORK B. S. in Business Administration Sigma Epsilon, President: Student Council, President, Treasurer: Skull and Bones, C. O. A., President, Secre- tary: Tri-Angle, Editor-in-Chief, Man- aging Editor: Alpha Sigma Phi Fra- ternity, President, Treasurer: Fresh- man Class, Vice-President: Financial and Legal Society, Director: Student Director: Inter-Fraternity Council: Tri- State Chapter, Angola Junior Chamber of Commerce. WILLIAM A. BAILEY ANGOLA, INDIANA B. S. in Mechanical Engineering Society of Automotive Engineers, Mechanical Engineering Society. ROBERT D. BAKER SALEM, OHIO B. S. in Electrical Engineering Student Council, Treasurer: Tau Sigma Eta, President, Treasurer: Skull and Bones, C. O. A. Treasurer: Silver Key: Electrical Engineering Society, Presi- dent: Sigma Mu Sigma, Secretary: Junior Class, Vice-President. HARRY E. BEANE CHESHIRE, CONNECTICUT B. S. in Mechanical Engineering Tau Sigma Eta: Silver Key. MYRON K. BEECHY STJGARCREEK, OHIO B. S. in Accounting Alpha Sigma Phi, President: Sigma Epsilon, Treasurer: Alpha Beta Alpha, Treasurer: Golf Team: Tri-Angle: Silver Key. LUCILLE J. BILODEAU CAMBRIDGE, VERMONT Certificate in Engineering Drawing and Design Student Director: Kappa Tau Sigma. WILLIAM E. BLESSING ELKHART, INDIANA B. S. in Chemical Engineering American Chemical Society, Student Affiliates, President. R. MICHAEL BOARDWAY OWOSSO, MICHIGAN B. S. in Chemical Engineering American Chemical Society, Student Affiliate. GARY L. BORDNER BURR OAK, MICHIGAN B. S. in Chemical Engineering Alpha Gamma Upsilon, Treasurer: American Chemical Society, Student Affiliate, Secretary: Student Council: Tau Sigma Eta: Silver Key: YVho's Who. ROBERT E. BRADY PACIFIC GROVE, CALIFORNIA B. S. in Chemical Engineering American Chemical Society, Student Affiliate: Tau Sigma Eta: VVho's Wiho: Silver Key, JAMES D. BURSHNICK FOREST CITY, PENNSYLVANIA B. S. in Radio Engineering Radio Engineering Society: 550 Club. DAVID J. CLESTER IRONTON OHIO B. S. in Radio Engineering Sigma Mu Sigma. DONALD B. CUTTER MELROSE, MASSACHUSETTS B. S. in Electrical Engineering Electrical Engineering Society: Who's Who: Silver Key. DONALD D. DEAN COLDWATER, MICHIGAN B. S. in Business Administration 'ifafwwaw 'KH llll' aww wr 'fib- 'MI' : it im-se hi '- 5121155155 Zi? 'f1"i?fQ . ' , -'Q 'f - ' .1 M. in ' , 5, ips,-in I'-'f "-fi I B ' ,G 'V' iq, gf . 0 J Sue,-w-' ky' Q X 4 . , 2 X. 4 it ROBERT L. DELKER JACKSON, MICHIGAN B. S. in Mechanical Engineering Societi' of Automotive Engineers. Stu- dent Affiliate: Sigma Mu Sigma, Treas- urer. VVILLIAM M. DIACEK IYHITING, INDIANA B. S. in Accounting Sigma Epsilon. Student Council Repre- sentative: Beta Sigma Tau, Vice-Pres- ident, Treasurer: Student Director. LAYRE A. de OLIVEIRA RECIPE, PERNAMBUCO, BRAZIL B. S. in Electrical Engineering Electrical Engineering Society: Beta Sigma Tau. LLOYD E. DIXON MT, STERLING, ILLINOIS B. S. in Civil Engineering Civil Engineering Society: Treasurer: Sigma Mu Sigma. President, Secretary. JAMES L. DONMOYER HARRISBURG, PENNSYLVANIA B. S. in Mechanical Engineering Tau Sigma Eta: Society of Automotive Engineers: YVho's YVho: Silver Key. RON H. ENGELS CHICAGO, ILLINOIS B. S. in Chemical Engineering American Chemical Society, Student Affiliate, President: Skull and Bones, Treasurer: Booster Club, Chairman: Student Council, Vice-President: Alpha. Sigma Phi Vice-President: Student Di- rector. DAVID R. FINLEY LA CRESCENTA, CALIFORNIA B. S. in Mechanical Engineering Society of .Automotive Engineers: Mechanical Engineering Society: Finan- cial and Legal Aid Society, Senior Class Treasurer: Sigma Phi Delta, Treasurer: Silver Key. LEONARD J. EIORITO LEROY, NETV YORK B. S. in Mechanical Engineering Society of Automotive Engineers, WILLIAM T. FLANIGAN LEYVISTOWN, MONTANA B. S. in Aeronautical Engineering Tri-State Branch, Institute of Aero- nautical Sciences: Student Director: Glider Club: Senior Class. Tri-State Jaycees, President: Sophomore Class, Treasurer. LLOYD W. FLETCHER TABER, ALBERTA, CANADA B. S. in Mechanical Engineering Mechanical Engineering Society: Alpha Gamma Upsilon. RICHARD C. FOLKS HORTON, MICHIGAN B. S. in Radio Engineering Radio Engineering Society, SecretarY. Vice-President. WALLACE B. FORCE, JR. BEREA, OHIO B. S. in Diechinlcal Engineering Student Council, Kappa Sigma Kappa, Secretary: Inter-Fraternity Council. OLIVER W. FORD, JR. OLD GREENYVICH, CONNECTICUT B. S. in Accounting Student Council: Sigma Mu Sigma. Treasurer: Sigma Epsilon SocietY, Pres- ident, Vice-President: Baseball 19533 Rifle Team, Vice-President: Tri-Angle, Advertising Manager. THOMAS G. FOSTER BRACKENRIDGE, PENNSYLVANIA B. S. in Business Adnninistration 1954 Modulus, Business Manager: Fi- nancial and Legal Society, Treasurer, Board of Directors: Student Director: Tri-Angle, Reporter, Alpha Beta Alpha. Alpha Sigma Phi, Secretary: Sigma Ep- silon Societ5': Silver Key. ROBERT FULLER A OAK HARBOR, omo B. S. in Administrative Engineering JAY N. GANGER ELKHART, INDIANA B. S. in Accounting Sigma Epsilon Society: Kappa Sigma Kappa, President, Treasurer. RICHARD L. GORRELL PLEASANT LAKE, INDIANA B. S. in Mechanical Engineering Alpha Gamma Upsilon, ALBERT A. GUILFORD ANGOLA, INDIANA B. S. in Civil Engineering Civil Engineering Society: Student Di- rector: Tau Sigma Eta, Treasurer and Secretary: YVho's Wilioz Silver Key. ROBERT E. HABERLAND YONKERS, NEVV YORK B. S. in Chemical Engineering American Chemical Society, Student Af- filiate, Auditor: Sigma Phi Delta, Sec- retary, Chaplain: Student Council. JOHN R. HALLIN VVILLIMANTIC, CONNECTICUT B. S. in Electrical Engineering JAMES T. HAMILTON MARSHALL, MICHIGAN B. S. in Civil Engineering Civil Engineering Society: Silver Key: Tau Sigma Eta: YVho's Who, SHIRLEY A. HANTZ FREMONT, INDIANA Certilicate in Intensive Secretarial Sigma Epsilon: Kappa Tau Sigma, Sec- retary and Treasurer: Booster Club: Glee Club: Tri-Angle Reporter. GEORGE F. HEATH DORCHESTER, MASSACHUSETTS B. S. in Mechanical Engineering B. S. in Administrative Engineering Mechanical Engineering Society: Elec- trical Engineering Society: Student gouncil: Sigma Phi Delta, Vice-Presi- ent. CHARLES F. HOLLMAN LITTLE FERRY, NEW JERSEY B. S. in Electrical Engineering Electrical Engineering Society: Student Council: Sigma Mu Sigma. ELMER J. HOOTEN INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA B. S. in Civil Engineering Civil Engineering Society. IRVING A. HUFFMAN COLUMBUS, INDIANA B. S. in Electrical Engineering Electrical Engineering Society, Presi- dent. JORGE IRIARTE-MELENDRO IBAGUE, COLUMBIA B. S. in Mechanical Engineering Mechanical Engineering Society: Soci- ety of Automotive Engineers: Phi Iota Alpha, Secretary. RICHARD O. JAQUES COLUMBUS, OHIO B. S. in Mechanical Engineering Society of Automotive Engineers: Me- chanical Engineering Society, Secretary and Treasurer: Student Council: Kappa Sigina Kappa, Vice-President, CLEVELAND JOHNSON, JR. CENTRAL ISLIP, LONG ISLAND: N. Y. B. S. in Business Administration WILLIAM E. JONES JACKSON, MICHIGAN B. S. in Radio Engineering Radio Engineering Society: Sigma Mu Sigma. ...wma Q,.....-.-.- RICHARD L. JUSKO DUNKIRK, NEW YORK B. S. in Mechanical Engineering Student Council, Secretaryg Financial and Legal Society, President, Vice- President: Phi Kappa, President, Vice- President. ROBERT A. KARALUS DUNKIRK, NEW YORK B. S. in Mechanical Engineering Mechanical Engineering Society: Phi Kappa, President, Vice-President. LEON W. KESSLER FORT RECOVERY, OHIO B. S. in Cllenlical Engineering American Chemical Society, Student Af- Hliates, Vice-President: Student Council Representative: Phi Kappa, Secretary. HARRY D. KING COLDVVATER, MICHIGAN B. S. in Mechanical Engineering Society of Automotive Engineers, Stu- dent Afiiliate: Mechanical Engineering Society: 1955 Modulus Staff: Kappa Sig- ma Kappa, Vice President, Secretary. ARNOLD G. KLOOCK ROMEO, MICHIGAN B. S. in Chemical Engineering American Chemical Society, Student Af- filiate: Photo Society: Glee Club: Band' Who's XVho: Silver Key. JOHN W. KUEHL ALBERT-LEA, MINNESOTA B, S. in Radio Engineering Radio Engineering Society: Silver Key. IRVING KURMAN NEW YORK, NEW YORK B. S. in Radio Engineering Radio Engineering Society: Inter-Fra- ternity Council: Beta Sigma Tau: Vice- President, Treasurer: Silver Key. EDWARD G. KYLE BROOKLYN, NEW YORK B. S. in Civil Ellg'ill09riHg Civil Engineering Society: Tennis Team, Captain: Kappa Sigma Kappa, Chaplain. LESLIE E. LAHTI SUPERIOR, VVISCONSIN B. S. in Cllelnical Engineering American Chemical Society, Student Af- filiates, President: Tri-State Engineers Bowling Leagire, Secretary, Treasurer. ANGELO D. LANZISERA VALLEY STREAM, NEW YORK B, S. in Civil Engineering ANTHONY M. LAULETTA CHICAGO, ILLINOIS B. S. in Radio Engineering Radio Engineering Society: Financial and Legal Society: Alpha Gamma Upsi- lon. Vice-President. E. DEAN LAWRENCE COLUMBIA CITY, INDIANA B. S. in Business AlllllilliSfY1lti0ll Sigma Epsilon Society, President, Sec- retary, Student Council Representative: Alpha Sigma Phi, Secretary: Alpha Beta Alpha, President, Vice-President, Sec- retary, Treasurer: Booster Club, Treas- urer: Student Council, Secretary: Inter- Fraternity Council, Treasurer: Modulus, Editor-in-Chief: Skull and Bones, C. O. A., Vice-President: Financial and Le- gal Society, Director: Sophomore Class Secretary: Tri-Angle: Gold Key, 19543 Bronze Scholastic Plaque: Who's Who. RAYMOND C. LINDSEY BRATTLEBORO, VERMONT B. S. in Radio Engineering Radio Engineering Society, Vice-Pres- ident: Baseball Team, 1953, 1954: Beta Sigma Tau, Historian, Pledgemaster. MICHAEL S. LOKE HONG KONG B. S. in Civil Engineering Chinese Student Club, President: Photo Society: Civil Engineering Societyg An- gola Aero-Modelers. LOU D. LUCARELLI NEWARK, NEW JERSEY B. S. in ACCOUNTING Financial and Legal Society: Sigma Ep- silon Society. GERALD E. LUTZ JOHNSON CITY, NEXV YORK B. S. in Aeronaluticnl Engineering Tau Sigma Eta: Sigma Phi Delta, Vice- President: Tri-State Branch, Institute of Aeronautical Sciences: Society of Automotive Engineers: Sophomore Class, President: Student Council: Tri- Angle: 1954 Modulus, Associate Editor: Tri-State Chapter, Angola Junior Cham- ber of Commerce, Charter Treasurer: Sfudent Director: VVho's YVho: Silver 'ey. HERBERT W. McCLlNTOCK CONCORD, NEVV HAMPSHIRE B. S. in Mechanical Engineering RICHARD C. McKAY JACKSON, MICHIGAN B. S. in Mechanical Engineering Society of Automotive Engineers: Me- chanical Engineering Society, Student Council Representative: Financial and Legal Society: Alpha Gamma Upsilon, Recording Secretary, Treasurer. PAUL W. MARTIN SPRINGFIELD, OHIO B. S. in Mechanical Engineering Mechanical Engineering Society: Soci- ety of Automotive Engineers: Sopho- more Class, Vice-President: Silver Key. HUMBERTO D. MARTINEZ HAVANA, CUBA B. S. in Civil Engineering Civil Engineering Society LEMUEL P. MARVEL CLINTON, INDIANA B. S. in Mechanical Engineering Society of Automotive Engineers: Me- chanical Engineering Society. WILLIAM N. MEADE POUND, VIRGINIA B. S. in Business Administration Financial and Legal Society: Sigma Ep- silon: Beta Phi Theta, Vice-President, Secretary: 550 Club, President. JACK D. MERRELL FOSTORIA, OHIO B. S, in Business Administration Sigma Epsilon: Commerce Bowling League. CARLOS MEYER CARACAS, VENEZUELA B. S. in Civil Engineering Civil Engineering Society: Photo Club, Secretary, RUSSELL J. MILLAR GRAND HAVEN, MICHIGAN B. S. in Radio Engineering Radio Engineering Society. WALTER J. MILLER RACINE, WISCONSIN B. S. in Civil Engineering Inter-Fraternity Council, President: Sigma Mu Sigma: Tau Sigma Eta: Civil Engineering Society, President: Silver Key. LEWIS J. MOLIQUE BELOIT, WISCONSIN B. S. in Mechanical Engineering Mechanical Engineering Society: Soci- ety of Automotive Engineers: Financial and Legal Society, Vice-President, Treasurer: Phi Kappa, Secretary. PAUL A. MONTEITH ELKHART, INDIANA B. S. in Business Administration B. S. in Accounting Sigma Epsilon: Rifle Club: College Band, Silver Key. JOHN MORGAN, JR. BELLE VERNON, PENNSYLVANIA B. S. in Business Administration Sigma Epsilon: Beta Sigma Tau. ROBERT L. MURRAY LORAIN, OHIO B. S. in Mechanical Engineering Society of Automotive Engineers: Me- chanical Engineering Society: Alpha. Sigma Phi, Vice-President. M fe WW, aqua' 1 I Q I awry nerd : I zz. magfwfdaee 'MW 'Anangu tad? ,,,,.f..-u.a, Lh..-...........,.,-...L 'Wwe' MW Wmmm Nw WW 'away ivfir MW Ma KOICHI NISHIDA HILO, HAIVAII B. S. in Radio Engineering Tau Sigma Eta: Radio Engineering So- ciety, Secretary: Photo Society. Vice- President, Secretary: Amateur Radio Club, Vice-President: Gold Key. ISAO NISHIGUCHI PAHALA, HAVVAII B. S. in Accounting International Students Association: Sig- ma Epsilon Society. ROBERT A. OBEE TOLEDO, OHIO B. S. in Radio Engineering Radio Engineering Society, Who's Who: Gold Key: Bronze Scholastic Plaque. DELOY C. OLSEN PRICE, UTAH B. S. in Mechanical Engineering HAROLD O. OQUIST VAN NUYS, CALIFORNIA B. S. in Mechanical Engineering Society of Automotive Engineers, Sec- retary: Mechanical Engineering Society: Student Council: Senior Class, Vice- President: Alpha Gamma Upsilon, Vice- President, Secretary: Financial and Le- gal Society. JOSEPH T. OXENCIS BATAVIA, NEW YORK B. S. in Civil Engineering Civil Engineering Society: Phi Kappa. VERNON G. PETERS GRAND HAVEN, MICHIGAN B. S. in Mechanical Engineering B. S. in Administrative Engineering Society of Automotive Engineers: Me- chanical Engineering Society: Booster Club, Treasurer: Financial and Legal Society: Alpha Sigma Phi, President: Basketball: Golf. MEDFORD PETTIT WABASH, INDIANA B. S. in Civil Engineering Civil Engineering Society, Correspond- ing Secretary: Tau Sigma Eta: Who's Who: Silver Key. JAMES QUAGLIANA CORNING, NEVV YORK B, S. in Civil Engineering Civil Engineering Society, Secretary. HAROLD R. QUAST BELLMORE, NEW YORK B, S. in Radio Engineering Radio Engineering Society, President: Tri-Angle Reporter: Who's Who: Silver Key: Student Director: Tau Sigma Eta, Treasurer: Student Council. CARL S. RANEY ANGOLA, INDIANA B. S. in Business Adniinistration Student Director: Sigma Epsilon Soci- ety, Treasurer: Alpha Beta Alpha, Pres- ident, Treasurer: Tri-Angle Reporter: Who's Who: Silver Key. WILLIAM L. RATTS LYNN, INDIANA B. S. in Mechanical Engineering Society of Automotive Engineers: Me- chanical Engineering Society. KWAN RIM sEoUL, KOREA B. S. in Mechanical Engineering Student Director: Tau Sigma Eta: Sil- ver Key. DEAN E. RUNKLE AKRON, INDIANA B. S .in Mechanical Engineering Mechanical Engineering Society, Treas- urer: College Band: Sigma Phi Delta, Vice-President: Inter-Fraternity Coun- cil, Secretary. FRANK A. SANTORA HAMMONTON, NEW JERSEY B. S. in Aeronautical Engineering Phi Kappa: 1954 Modulus Staff. FRED H. SCHIEMANN DECATUR, INDIANA B. S. in Accounting JOHN R. SIMPSON GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA B. S. in Radio Engineering Radio Engineering Society: Mathemat- ical Society. ALAN C. SNYDER WESTFIELD, PENNSYLVANIA B. S. in Electrical Engineering Electrical Engineering Society, Secre- tary: Student Council, Representative: College Glee Club: College Band. GLEN D. SNYDER HICKSVILLE, OHIO B, S. in Mechanical Engineering Society of Automotive Engineers: Me- chanical Engineering Society. ROBERT SORENSEN BROOKLYN, NEVV YORK B. S. in Mechanical Engineering Alpha Gamma Upsilon DONALD J. SPRINGER UTICA, NEW' YORK B. S. in Mechanical Engineering DAYLE R. STEVENS JACKSON, MICHIGAN B. S. in Radio Engineering' Radio Engineering Society, Treasurer: Tau Sigma Eta: Inter-Fraternity Coun- cil, President: Tri-Angle Reporter: Stu- dent Director: Sigma Mu Sigma, Pres- ident: Silver Key. BARNEY K. SUGIYAMA KAMLOOPS, B. C. CANADA B. S. in Chemical Engineering' B. S. in Administrative Engineering American Chemical Society, Student Af- filiate: Beta Sigma Tau. JOHN L. TAGGART PORTERSVILLE, PENNSYLVANIA B. S. in Electrical Engineering Electrical Engineering Society: Tau Sigma Eta: Tri-Angle Reporter: XTho's VVho: Gold Key: Bronze Scholastic Plaque. JOSEPH C. ToMAN HAMILTON, OHIO B. S. in Aeronautical Engineering Society of Automotive Engineers: Tau Sigma Eta: Student Director: Student Council, Treasurer: Tri-State Branch, Institute of Aeronautical Sciences, Sec- retary: Alpha Sigma Phi, Vice-Presb dent: Who's YVho: Silver Key. CHARLES B. TORGLER DOVER, OHIO B. S. in Mechanical Engineering Society of Automotive Engineers, Stu- dent Affiliate, Student Council Repre- sentative: Alpha Gamma Upsilon, Pledgemaster, Board of Directors. TOMMY TRENT, JR. POUND, VIRGINIA B. S. in Business Administration Financial and Legal Society, Vice-Pres- ident: Tri-Angle: 1954 Modulus, Assist- ant Copy Editor: Inter-Fraternity Council: Beta Phi Theta, Secretary, Treasurer: Sigma Epsilon: 550 Club. GUSTAVO URIBE MANIZALES, COLOMBIA, S. A. B. S. in Civil Engineering Civil Engineering Society: Phi Iota Alpha. CLETUS M. VAMMEN CULBERTSON, MONTANA B, S. in Radio Engineering Radio Engineering Society. ROBERT H. WALLACE OLD ORCHARD BEACH, MAINE B. S. in Business Adniinistration Student Director: Skull and Bones, C. O. A., Secretary: Alpha Beta Alpha, President, Vice-President, Secretary: Sigma Epsilon Society, President, Vice- President, Secretary: Alpha Sigma Phi, President, Secretary: Tri-Angle Busi- ness Manager: 1954 Modulus, Page Salesman: Who's Who: Silver Key. W-suv' 'RTT 'Kyiv ""'5f"74W9 A,-f V5.0 K... www IV' ,Awww 'iw' 'ddhaavff Wnggvv Www, I 'ilr "'n,,,,,,lf' Hmm. RICHARD E. WALTON GALESBURG, ILLINOIS B. S. in Aeronautical Engineering Tri-State Branch, Institute of Aero- nautical Sciencesg Society of Automo- tive Engineers. TERRANCE P. WARFORD GREENWOOD, MISSISSIPPI B. S. in Civil Engineering Civil Engineering Society, Vice-Presi- dent, Corresponding Secretary: Varsity Tennis Team, 1953, 1954. JEROME P. WASAG DUNKIRK, NEW YORK B. S. in Mechanical Engineering Mechanical Engineering Society: Socie- ty of Automotive Engineers: Financial and Legal Society, Secretary: Phi Kap- pa, President, Treasurer, Secretary. DONALD J. WATSON EAST LIVERPOOL, OHIO B. S. in Radio Engineering Radio Engineering Society CHARLES B. WELLER DAYTON, OHIO B. S. in Electrical Engineering B. S. in Administrative Engineering Electrical Engineering Society, CHARLES H. WEST FREEPORT, OHIO B. S. in Mechanical Engineering Society of Automotive Engineers: Skull and Bones C. O. A., Secretary, Tri-Angle Reporter: Mechanical Engineering So- ciety, President, Secretary, Tri-Angle Reporter: Student Council: Student Di- rector: Inter-Fraternity Council: Kappa Sigma Kappa, President, Secretary: Tri- State Chapter, Angola Junior Chamber of Commerce, Charter Member. ROBERT W. WIESENER ROCHESTER, MINNESOTA B. S. in Mechanical Engineering Mechanical Engineering Society: Soci- ety of Automotive Engineers: Tri-State Chapter, Angola Junior Chamber of Commerce: Silver Key. LYLE C. WILCOX LANSING, MICHIGAN B. S. in Radio Engineering Radio Engineering Society: Tau Sigma Eta: Who's Who: Bronze Scholastic Plaque. ALAN S. WINTER NORTH MTJSKEGON, MICHIGAN B. S. in Civil Engineering Civil Engineering Society: Flying Thunderbirds, Treasurer: Kappa Sigma Kappa, Treasurer. RONALD E. WITTHOHN NEW YORK, NEW YORK B. S. in Civil Engineering B. S. in Administrative Engineering Civil Engineering Society: 1955 Modu- lus, Copy Editor: Financial and Legal Society: Sigma Mu Sigma. RAYMOND K. J. WONG HONOLULU, HAWAII B. S. in Radio Engineering Radio Engineering Society. ABRAHAM P. WOOD, JR. HONOLULU, HAWAII B. S. in Civil Engineering Civil Engineering Society, Treasurer. PHILIP S. S. WU SHANGHAI, CHINA B. S. in Mechanical Engineering Mechanical Engineering Society: Soci- ety of Automotive Engineers: Chinese Club, President: Photo Society. lune August SENICR CLASS OFFICERS Harold Weitzel, scfcrefaryg Wayne Boruff, presirlenfg William Davidson, vice-presidenfg and Dominick Romanello, frcfasurer. AMIR AHMAD LAHORE, PUNJAB, PAKISTAN B. S. in Mechanical Engineering Mechanical Engineering Society, Photo Society, Rifle and Pistol Association JAMES D. ANDERSON STOCKTON, CALIFORNIA B. S. in Radio Engineering Radio Engineering Society, Rifle and Pistol Association, President, Vice President, Secretary, Treasurer, Stu dent Council. RoY J. AUSTILL IOLA, KANSAS B. S. in Radio Engineering Radio Engineering Society, Vice-Presi dent, Treasurer. DUANE W. BAXTER EDON, OHIO B. S. in Electrical Engineering Electrical Engineering Society. RUDOLPH E. BEISTER KALAMAZOO, MICHIGAN B. S. in Electrical Engineering RICHARD C. BERNS BRIDGEPORT, CONNECTICUT B. S. in Electrical Engineering Electrical Engineering Society, Treas urer. DARREL L. BILLINGS AUBURN, INDIANA B. S, in Mechanical Engineering Beta Phi Theta, Booster Club. RONALD L.. BISHOP BENTON HARBOR, MICHIGAN B. S. in Chemical Engineering Student Affiliate, American Checimal So ciety, Vice-President. JAMES A. BLEDSOE ANGOLA, INDIANA B. S. in Accounting B. S. in Business Administration Silver Key: Booster Club, Secretary Tri-Angle Stalf, Sigma Epsilon, Varsity Basketball: Student Director. LEONARD R. BLOOM VVARSAVV, INDIANA B. S. in Civil Engineering Beta Phi Theta, Vice-President, Secre tary, Civil Engineering Society. MARVIN WAYNE BORUFE BEDFORD, INDIANA B. S. in Mechanical Engineering Senior Class President, Alpha Gamma Upsilon, President, Secretary, Society of Automotive Engineers, Student Chap ter. NORMAN R. BREYFOGLE HOMEWOOD, ILLINOIS B. S. in Business Adnlinistration A Silver Key, Sigma Mu Sigma, Vice-Pres ident, Treasurer, Sigma Epsilon, Treas urer, Secretary, 1955 Modulus, Business Manager, Tri-State Chapter, Angola Junior Chamber of Commerce, Presi dent, Director, Tri-Angle Staff, Inter Fraternity Council, Student Council, Fi nancial and Legal Society, Booster Club, Photo Society, 550 Club, Alpha Beta Alpha. EDWARD R. BRUBAKER HARBOR SPRINGS, MICHIGAN B, S. in Mechanical Engineering Society of Automotive Engineers, Stu dent Chapter, American Society Tool Engineers. JAMES W. BROWN SOUTH BEND, INDIANA B. S. in Mechanical Engineering GEORGE M. BROWN ROCKY MOUNT, NORTH CAROLINA Certificate in Surveying ' Civil Engineering Society. Alpha Beta Alpha, President, Treasurer, JOHN M. BURKHART LANCASTER, PENNSYLVANIA B. S. in Radio Engineering liadio Engineering Society: Glee Club, Photo Society. IVAN T. CADY BATAVIA, NEVV YORK B. S. in Aeronautical Engineering Tri-State Branch, Institute of Aero- nautical Sciences: Tri-State Chapter, Angola Junior Chamber of Commerce, Vice-President, Secretary. LON M. CARICH GARY, INDIANA B. S. in Business Adlninistration Kappa Sigma Kappa: Sigma Epsilon: Tliii-Angle Staff: Inter-Fraternity Coun- ci . JAMES O. CARVER MOBERLY, MISSOURI B. S. in Chemical Engineering Student Affiliate, American Chemical Society, President, Treasurer: Tri-State Chapter. Angola Junior Chamber of Commerce: 550 Club. RAFAEL CHACON HAVANA, CUBA B. S. in Mechanical Engineering Mechanical Engineering Society: Soci- ety of Automotive Engineers, Student Chapter: Phi Iota Alpha, President, Sec- retary, Vice-President: American Soci- ety Tool Engineers. CARLOS A. CLAURE LA PAZ, BOLIVIA, SOUTH AMERICA B. S. in Mechanical Engineering Society of Automotive Engineers, Stu- dent Chapter: Mechanical Engineering Societyg Freshman Class Treasurer. DONALD R. COLEBROOK XYOIICESTER, MASSACHUSETTS B. S. in Civil Engineering Sigma Mn Sigma: Civil Engineering Society, Secretary. JOHN H. CONDIFF BEDFORD, INDIANA B, S. in Mechanical Engineering Alpha Gamma Upsilon, President: Yar- sity Basketball. DONALD L. CONKLIN AFTON, NEW' YORK B. S. in Accounting Tri-Angle, Editor-In-Chief, Sigma Ep- silon, Vice-President, Secretary: Kappa Sigma Kappa, Secretary: Skull and Bones, C. O. A., Treasurer: Student Di- rector: Booster Club: Auditing Intern- ship, VVinter, 1955. HARRY L. COOPER COLDYVATER, MICHIGAN B. S. in Business Administration THEODORE E. COURIS PEABODY, MASSACHUSETTS B. S. in Electrical Engineering Sigma Phi Delta, President. Vice-Prev ident: Electrical Engineering Societil Vice-President, Treasurer: Skull and Bones, C. O. A., Secretary: Student Di- rector: Financial and Legal Society: Inter-Fraternity Council. PHIL M. CROSNO BLOOMINGTON, ILLINOIS B. S. in Radio Engineering Sigma Phi Delta, Vice-President: Inter- Fraternity Council: Radio Engineering Society: Financial and Legal Society. LAWRENCE D. CROWLEY IRONIA, NEW JERSEY B. S. in Aeronautical Engineering Tri-State Branch, Institute of Aero- nautical Sciences, Chairman, Vive- Chairman, MAURICE S. DAVENPORT PONTIAC, ILLINOIS B. S. in Chemical Engineering Student Affiliate, American Chemical Society. WILLIAM A. DAVIDSON INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA B. S. in Radio Engineering Senior Class, Vice-President: Sigma Mu Sigma, President: Student Director: Ra- dio Engineering Society. ' f -, , we ww 'QQ w. , Rim .af 2 -9.2 QQ My , PETER A. DeLISSER KINGSTON, JAMAICA, BRITISH WEST INDIES B. S. in Civil Engineering Civil Engineering Society: Varsity Ten- nis. ROBERTO J. d'ERIZANS CARACAS, VENEZUELA B. S. in Civil Engineering Civil Engineering Society. HARRY F. DEVENPORT CORNING, NEYV YORK B. S. in Mechanical Engineering WILLIAM F. EARLY JONESVILLE, MICHIGAN B. 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S. in Mechanical Engineering Silver Key: Tau Sigma Eta, President, Secretary: Student Council: Society of Automotive Engineers, Student Chap- ter: Mechanical Engineering Society, President. RICHARD D. FISHER ANGOLA, INDIANA B. S. in Civil Engineering Civil Engineering Society, Treasurer ROBERT W. FLEMING SHADYSIDE. OHIO B. S. in Mechanical Engineering Society of Automotive Engineers, Stu- dent Chapterg Mechanical Engineering Society. RALPH E. FREATHY FLINT, MICHIGAN B. S. in Radio Engineering Radio Engineering Society: Sigma Mu Sigma. YUM CHI FU KOYVLOON, HONGKONG B. S. in Mechanical Engineering Chinese Club. EIZO GIBO SPRECKELSVILLE, MAUI, HAWAII B, S. in Radio Engineering Radio Engineering Society. MILLARD C. GODWIN MIDDLESEX, NORTH CAROLINA B. S. in Chemical Engineering 550 Club, Vice-President: Cfhemical En- gineering Society, Secretary, Vice-Pres- idient: Sigma Mu Sigma: Student Coun- ci . WILLIAM C. GOODSHIP YOUNGSTOWN, OHIO B. S. in Business Administration Sigma Mu Sigma. DENNIS P. GRAUMANN BENSENVILLE, ILLINOIS B. S. in Accounting B. S. in Business Administration Chess Club: Student Council: Commer- cial Bowling: Tri-Angle Staff: Phi Kap- pa Fraternity, Treasurer, Vice-Presi- dent: Sophomore Class Secretary: .Tun- ior Class Treasurer. GLENN E. GRAY TIPPECANOE, OHIO B. S. in Mechanical Engineering Kappa Sigma Kappa, Treasurer, Vice- President: Mechanical Engineering So- ciety: Tri-State Chapter, Angola Junior Chamber of Commerce, Director, Treas- urer: Freshman Class Secretary: Junior Class Secretary. NELLIS F. GREEK TVEST UNITY, OHIO B. S. in Business Administration Financial and Legal Society, President: Sigma Mu Sigma, Secretaryg Sigma Ep- silon: Student Council. EDWIN K. GRIFFEY SELMA, INDIANA B. S. in Mechanical Engineering Mechanical Engineering Society: Soci- ety of Automotive Engineers, Student Chapter. DALE R. GRIMM NEYV CASTLE, PENNSYLVANIA B. 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S. in Chemical Engineering Student Affiliate, American Chemical Society, President, Secretary: Tri-State Chapter, Angola Junior Chamber of Commerce. ROBERT L. HALLMAN TAMAQUA, PENNSYLVANIA B. S. in Business Administration Alpha Sigma Phi, President: 1954 Mod- ulus: Tri-Angle Staff: Student Director: Sigma Epsilon. BASIME M. HALWANI BEIRUT, LEBANON B. S. in Aeronautical Engineering Tri-State Branch, Institute of Aero- nautical Sciences. BADR M. HALWANY NEYVARK, NEXT JERSEY B, S. in Aeronautical Engineering Tri-State Branch, Institute of Aero- nautical Sciences. ERNEST R. I-IELMBRECHT TASVVELL, INDIANA B. S. in Radio Engineering Radio Engineering Society. THOMAS B. HENDERSON, JR. EL CENTRO, CALIFORNIA B. S. in Civil Engineering Civil Engineering Society: Mathematical Society, Secretary, Treasurer. DONALD R. HEWITT MUNCIE, INDIANA B. S. in Radio Engineering Radio Engineering Society. JAMES A. HILL JACKSON, MICHIGAN B, S. in Civil Engineering Tau Sigma Eta: Civil Engineering Soci- ety, President: Gold Key, JACK L. HIPCHEN MOUNT JEYVETT, PENNSYLVANIA B. S. in Business Administration Student Council: Sigma Epsilon: Fnan- cial and Legal Society, Secretary: Tri- Angle Staff: Beta Sigma Tau, President, Vice-President, Secretary. ROBERT F. HOUT MIDDLEBURY, INDIANA B. S. in Radio Engineering Radio Engineering Society. WILLIAM D. HOUT MIDDLEBURY, INDIANA B. S. in Accounting Kappa Sigma Kappa, Treasurer: Junior Class Vice-President: Freshman Class Treasurer: Photo Society, Treasurer: Tri-Angle, Editor-In-Chief. SIMON IZAGUIRRE RIVAS TIEEIJILLO, VENEZUELA, SOUTH AMER- A B. S. in Civil Engineering Civil Engineering Society: Phi Iota Alpha, President, Treasurer, Secretary: Student Council: Inter-Fraternity Coun- cil. THEODORE A. JACOBS LANSFORD, PENNSYLVANIA B. 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O, A., Treasurer: Inter-Fraternity Council, President: Student Council, Secretary: Sigma Ep- Silon Society: Student Director: Finan- cial and Legal Society, Chairman, Board of Directors: Silver Key: Alpha Beta Alpha: Sigma Mu Sigma: Sophomore Class President: Junior Class President: Tri-Angle Business Manager: 1954 Mod- u1uS Staff: Tri-State Chapter, Angola Junior Chamber Of Commerce. COLEMAN J. KINDLE MILLVILLE, NEW JERSEY B. S. in Mechanical Engineering Mechanical Engineering Society, Vice- Presidenti Society of Automotive En- gineers, Student Chapter: Tau Sigma Eta: Gold Key. PETER J. KINSELLA ROCHESTER, NEW YORK B. S. in Mechanical Engineering DONALD F. KOELSCH RICHMOND HILL, NEW YORK B. S. in Mechanical Engineering Phi Kappa Fraternity: Varsity Base- ball: Society of Automotive Engineers, Student Chapter. ROBERT E. KOKENDA BRACKENRIDGE, PENNSYLVANIA B. 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SNOW CANON CITY, COLORADO B. S. in Civil Engineering Tau Sigma Eta: Civil Engineering So- cie y. 'Kerr lib-N "1-0.4.4-f-f 'N.,pW mul? .751 ".Z l.L ,-A, , yo AL., K lllide Iii IRT!!-ll 3'f.iL14Nl:l'7i.3l'?hl".fX.lAfJ5l'lll'1 .Jai 'WL TJUAWWS '1WQ'X ii' EE? T' 3 Qc F ,Ulf TM All at .. 9' '29 "S .,e- 1 . Y ' W .lb .NA may .f.'qz1,.g!,1: .Q.M2. V1 ESQ F L47 .-5h.Y,"!.: ,V i 4 , its 'MM Qui ARTHUR J. SOLIE KLAMATI-I FALLS, OREGON B. S. in Radio Engineering Radio Engineering Society. ROBERT R. SPATZ BRUNO, NEBRASKA B. S. in Aeronautical Engineering Silver Key: Tri-State Chapter, Angola Junior Chamber of Commerce, Presi- dent, Secretary: Tri-State Branch, In- stitute of Aeronautical Sciences, Pres- ident, Secretary: Tau Sigma Eta: XVho's XYho: Student Director. ROBERT E. SPEARS KAPUSKASING, ONTARIO, CANADA B. S. in Civil Engineering Sigma Mu Sigma: Civil Engineering So- ciety, Silver Key. DONALD F. STEARNS BLOOMDALE, OHIO B, S. in Mechanical Engineering Society of Automotive Engineers, Stu- dent Chapter, Secretary: Mechanical Engineering Society. KENNETH W. STEENBERGH BENTON HARBOR, MICHIGAN Certificate in Engineering Drawing and Design Glee Club. JOHN G. STEWART NIAGARA FALLS, NEYV YORK B. S. in Mechanical Engineering Society of Automotive Engineers, Stu- dent Chapter: Mechanical Engineering Society. JOHN R. STRINGER MONTGOMERY, ALABAMA B. S. in Radio Engineering Radio Engineering Society, President, Treasurer: Radio Club XYQPMZ, Secre- tary, Treasurer. ALLAN M. SWAGART ST. JOHNS, MICHIGAN B. S. in Aeronautical Engineering Sigma Phi Delta, Tri-State Branch, In- stitute of Aeronautical Sciences. SHIZUO TAGAWA PAAUILO, HAWAII B. S. in Radio Engineering Silver Key: Radio Engineering Society. DONALD K. TEBO LANSING, MICHIGAN B. S. in Accounting Silver Key: Alpha Beta Alpha, Vice- President, Secretary: Tri-State Chapter, Angola Junior Chamber of Commerce: Sigma Epsilon. NANCY L. THOMAS LIMA, OHIO Certificate in Secretarial Course Kappa Tau Sigma, President: Booster Club, Treasurer: Sigma Epsilon, Secre- tary: Glee Club: Tri-Angle Staff: Cheer Leader. ROGER V. THOMAS . EDON, OHIO B. S. in Aeronautical Engineering Tri-State Branch, Institute of Aero- nautical Sciences, Treasurer: 1954 Mod- ulus Staff: Tri-Angle Staffg Flying Thunderbirds. FRED T. THOMASSON EAST ISLIP, NEYV YORK B. S. in Aeronautical Engineering Alpha Sigma Phi, Secretary: Tri-State Branch, Institute of Aeronautical Sci- ences, Vice-Chairrnan: Booster Club, President: Student Council, Tri-Angle Staff. SALVATORE S. TRAMUTA FREDONIA, NEW YORK B. S. in Mechanical Engineering Society of Automotive Engineers, Stu- dent Chapter: Mechanical Engineering Society: American Societyof Tool En- gineers. RON M. URGITUS UNITY, PENNSYLVANIA B. S. in Aeronautical Engineering Student Director: Kappa Sigma Kappa: Freshman Class President: Sophomore Class Vice-Presidentz Student Council: Vice-President: Tri-State Branch, Insti- tute of Aeronautical Sciences, Vice- Chairman, ROBERT VAN DEUSEN HONESDALE, PENNSYLVANIA B. S. in Electrical Engineering GERMAN VILLA-GUTIERREZ MEDELLIN, COLOMBIA, SOUTH AMERICA B. S. in Civil EllLfill00l'illlI.' Civil Engineering Society: Rifle and Pistol Association: Phi Iota Alpha: Chess Club. DONALD A. WALLACE KEARNY, NEXY JERSEY B. S. in Aeronautical Engineering Phi Kappa, President: Student Director: Tri-State Branch Institute of Aeronau- tical Sciences. WILLIAM F. WANGLER XVHITE PLAINS, NEXV YORK B. S. in Civil Engineering B, S. in Administrative Engineering Sigma Mu Sigma, President, Vice-Pres- ident, Secretary: Inter-Fraternity Coun- cil, Vice-President, Treasurer: Civil En- gineering Society, President: Booster Club: Tri-State Chapter, Angola Junior Chamlver of Commerce, Director: Finan- cial and Legal Society: Sophomore Class Treasurer: Skull and BoneS, C. O. A., Vice-President, 1955 Modulus Staff: Tri- Angle Staltz Student Council: Student Director. JOHN R. WEEKS ALBION, INDIANA B. S. in Mechanical Engineering Society of Automotive Engineers, Stu- dent Chapter, Treasurer: Mechanical Engineering Society. MYRON WEINSTEIN MIDDLEFIELD, OHIO B. in Radio Engineering Radio Engineering Society. HAROLD B. WEITZEL BUTLER, PENNSYLVANIA B. S. in Electrical Engineering Senior Class Secretary: Gold Key: Elec- trical Engineering Society, Vice-P1'esi- dent: Sigma Phi Delta, Secretary: Tau Sigma Eta, Treasurer: Junior Class Treasurer: Student Council: YYho's YVho: Financial and Legal Society. RAEBERT O. WESTBROOK OYYEGO, NEYV YORK B. S. in Radio Engineering Radio Engineering Society ROLAND D. WILLIAMS BRADFORD, PENNSYLVANIA B. S. in Mecllaliical Engineering Mechanical Engineering Society: Soci- ety of Automotive Engineers, Student Chapter: American Society Tool Engi- neers. DOMENIC L. WILYAT VVARSAW, NEWS' YORK B. S. in Business Administration Silver Key: Alpha Beta Alpha, Presi- dent. Vice-President, Secretary: Skull and Bones, C. O. A.: Beta Sigma Tau, President: Tri-Angle Staff: Inter-Fra- ternity Council, Treasurer. RONALD T. WOLFE ALMA, MICHIGAN B. in Radio Engineering Sigma Phi Delta: Radio Engineering gociigs-ty: Student Council: Tri-Angle a . GERALD B. WOODLEY WARSAW, NEW YORK B. S. in Civil Engineering Silver Key: Civil Engineering Society. MASAMI YONEJI LIHUE, KAUAI, HAVVAII B. S. in Radio Engineering Radio Engineering Society. ROBERT L. MORSE ADDISON, MICHIGAN B. S. in Mechanical Engineering Sigma Phi Delta, Treasurer: Student Council, Treasurer: Student Director. Www 49234101 'I 1 I i , .a 1 ,, - -rv g S '1 ll i 13 i Ml if Q Awful? 5 5 dv Ctfhvb. who dmnnq, gil, ' fnllaqm, and 'lflmfv ' ' 7954- 7955 Twenty-one Tri-Staters were nominated for inclusion in the 1954-1955 edition of "Who's Who Among Students in American colleges and Universities." Selection is made by a faculty committee on the basis of scholarship, leadership, citizenship, and promise of future usefulness to society. The Tri-State nominees are front row, left to right: Joseph C. Toman, student in Aeronautical Engineering, Hamilton, Ohio, E. Dean Lawrence, Business Administration, Columbia City, Indiana, Harold Quast, Radio En- gineering, Hicksville, L. I., New York, James Hamilton, Civil Engineering, Marshall, Michigan, and Arnold Kloock, Chemical Engineering, Romeo, Michigan. In the middle row, left to right, are: Don Tebo, Accounting, Lansing, Michigan, Robert Wallace, Business Administration, Greenlane, Pennsylvania, Carl Raney, Business Administration, Angola, Indiana, Harold Weitzel, Electrical Engineering, Butler, Pennsylvania, Donald Cutter, Electrical Engineering, Melrose, Massachusetts, Gerald Lutz, Aeronautical En- gineering, Johnson City, New York, Robert Spatz, Aeronautical Engineering, Bruno, Nebraska, and James Donmoyer, Mechanical Engineering, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. In the back row, left to right are: Gary Bordner, Chemical Engineering, Burr Oak, Michigan, Albert Guilford, Civil Engineering, Angola, Indiana, Medford Pettit, Civil Engineering, Wabash, Indiana, Ronald Rumpf, Mechanical Engineering, Malta, Illinois, John Taggart, Electrical Engineering, Portersville, Pennsylvania, Lyle Wilcox, Radio Engineering, Lansing, Michigan, and Robert Obee, Radio Engineering, Toledo, Ohio. Also selected for "Who's Who" but not present for the picture was Robert E. Brady, Chemical Engineering, of Cypress, California. jclwlaaiic. dwwwla, Inscribed on the Bronze Scholastic Plaque are the names of E. Dean Lawrence ' ' Lyle C. Wilcox John Taggart Robert Obee In recognition of eight quarters of outstanding scholastic achievement, and in lieu of second Gold Key awards. Joseph N. Gayda Carl D. Gecowets James A. Hill Coleman J. Kindle E. Dean Lawrence Pauline Mason Sven Robert Ahlman Robert D. Baker Harry E. Beane Myron K. Beechy Jerald D. Bidlack James A. Bledsoe Gary L. Bordner Robert E. Brady Allen L. Brand Norman R. Breyfogle James Arthur Brown Donald L. Chambers Ann B. Cunningham Gilbert C. Dean James L. Donmoyer Edward P. Echandia Herbert W. Eckman Stasys Erlingis Paul D. Fadow David R. Finley Byron L. Fishbaugh Billy J. Fisher Thomas G. Foster Tomas Furth Albert A. Guilford James T. Hamilton GOLD KEYS Everett E. Meyers Ronald G. Moyer Koichi Nishida Robert A. Obee Robert F. Oring SILVER KEYS Benjamin F. Hesler Richard A. Hodgin Ronald E. Irons Theodore A. Jacobs John W. Jordan Clarence W. Kimball Arnold Kloock Nicholas Kucerow John W. Kuehl Irving Kurman Paul I. Landauer David L. Levers Wallace A. Lobdell Victor Lo Castro David F. Lue Gerald E. Lutz Nelson J. McCarty Frederick E. McGirr Paul Warren Martin John W. Metzger Walter J. Miller Paul Alan Monteith Yukitoshi Morikawa Robert E. Morin William C. Murdock, Edward C. Ott Ronald Rumpf John L. Taggart Harold B. Weitzel Lyle C. Wfilcox Kenneth N. Wiley Peter Mytchak Roger H. Nyhlen Wfillis Oberhaus Joseph Palermo Medford Pettit Howard C. Post Harold R. Quast Carl S. Raney Kwan Rim John D. Rowe Herbert A. Shepard Jack W. Snow Robert R. Spatz Robert Spears Garnett Stamm Dayle R. Stevens Shizuo Tagawa Donald Tebo Richard H. Wagner Robert Wallace George E. Wetherhold Robert G. White Robert Wiesener Domenic Wilyar Gerald B. Woodley FRONT HOXY, Ll-DFT TO RIGHT: Nels-on llli-Party, Lee Marsden, XVilliam Marvez, Joseph Toman, Thomas Foster, Pauline Mason, Lncile Bilodeau, Clai-em-e Kimball, E. Dean Lawrence, Joseph Alrieri, Conny Sjostroin, Robert Morse. MIDDLE ROXY: Robert XVallat'e, Furl Haney, Everett Meyers, Ron Engels, Donald XXY3ll3.L'E', Robert Hallman, XVi1lian1 Flalllf-','i1ll, Harold Quast, lilonuld Conklin, James Bledsoe, XVillia1n XVang1er, Roland Finn, llieliard Mott. Gerald Lutz, Robert Spatz. BACK HOXYZ Xxvlllikllll Faughn, XYillia1n Didtw-k, Kwan Rim, Dayle Stevens, Charles XVest, Ron I.vl'5-'l'ltllS, Robert Fuller. Not in picture: Albert Guilford, llollert Levoninn. jful Qbmctafm, The Tri-State Student Directors group was instituted during the winter quarter, 1954, and has been officially recognized by the college as an honorary organization of distinction and prestige. The primary purpose of the group is to be of service to the college. Membership is by selection only and is based on scholastic achievement, leader- ship, cooperation, dependability, and willingness to serve. Functions include service during registration and orientation Periods and at other campus and college affairs. Tri- State Student Directors serve under the direction of the Dean of Students. Among others appointed as Student Directors during the past several quarters were Theodore Couris, William Davidson, George Esenwein and Domenic Wilyat, all of whom are members of the Senior Class. Y . list? "Wish 3- VKXXI- ' BVI' slkk.-lull. fr 3FSi1'i':ll' 5 45- H -ll-' Li? IN 438. f .,2A1LvL?t.. 'ifdr vwrm- 4- "ZTz1i??f5?i Wilde!-+ti T .4 'Q 3 5 Howard Hoolihan Harold Hoolihan Ronald Pufahl FACULTY ADVISORS dgnta. SUMMER 1954 FALL 1954 President ..,................,..,,.,,....... Carl Raney President ...,,.,v...........v...... James Bledsoe Vice-Pres. and Secy. .,.. Robert Wallace Vice-Pres and Secy. ..., Domenic Wilyfat Treasurer .........,...,...... E, Dean Lawrence Treasurer ....,..,.,..,,....,.,....... Joseph Gayda WINTER 1955 SPRING 1955 President ........,............... Dome-nic Wilyat President ............,...,...e......... Joseph Gayda Vice-Pres. and Secy. .....,,..,...... Don Tebo Vice-Pres. and Se-cy. ....,,., Milton Jones Treasurer ........,................. Pauline Mason Treasurer ........,....,...,,.w,,. Kenneth Wiley Alpha Beta Alpha, the honorary commercial society, was founded in September of 1938. The Society was originated to recognize outstanding scholarship and leadership among students in the Department of Commerce. The objects of the Society are to create an enthusiasm for scholarship, to promote leadership, and to develop character. A combination of ability and earnest effort is required to become a member, in- deed a worthy honor as is shown by the active support and interest taken in the Society by the alumni members who frequently attend its quarterly banquets. Under the guidance of Professor H. R. Hoolihan, Head of the Department of Com- merce, and H. W. Hoolihan, Associate Professor in Commerce, the Society encourages its members and all future members to maintain a high scholastic standing. To be eli- gible for membership, a student must maintain an average grade of "BU for four suc- cessive terms with no more than one "Cv, or an average grade of "A." for three suc- cessive terms. The high ideals, set by Alpha Beta Alpha as a standard, could Well serve as a goal for all students of the Department of Commerce. James Bledsoe Norman Breyfogle Ann Cunningham joseph Gayda Milton Jones Dean Lawrence Pauline Mason Carl Raney WW Robert Stein Don Tebo Robert Wallace Domenic Wilyat xt., I S5521 , if -nr- ' -JJKKTKIMXB--!3.l li. -1:4055 ilk- 1ll.La3'R . SFFFK Li -. :L-:Q:u'LSE'fSHE TLSEEYF-JH .PKK 5'0f7ii?'TX! ?6R'fx'H!'1i.1 6:1 I 1S!mT'l'-X163 ,j4'yfw r :.., ,J ga? 5 W mpimsrwsa , -1 414252 Leland Ax Ross Butler Richard Byers Wayne Champion Robert I. Cook . Jlfonrmanq, Skull, and Banu, ff' Quintin Hawthorne Paul Taylor L. P. Myers ,mn L wmswaxcga Liam" Howard Hoolihan Harold Hoolihan John Jarrett Gerald H. Moore Lyle Oleson we Ronald Pufahl J. Glenn Radcliffe Robert Ramsay Billy Sunday Theodore T. Wood WWW 'vw '-af uw '49-ww Joseph Alfieri Robert Baker Donald Conklin Theodore Couris Ron Engels Roland Finn Robert Fuller joseph Gayda Clarence Kimball 'QV- Whr' ,NM fav-I '4wfw-.MW-fa' Dean Lawrence Dayle Stevens William Wangler Charles West Domenic Wilyat and Minn, 0 . SUMMER 1954 FALL 1954 President ,,,,,,,,,,, ,....,,,.,,,,,,,, . Ioseph Alfieri President ....,...,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.., Robert Fuller Vice-President ,,,,. ......,.,, R obert Fuller Vice-President ......,... E. Dean Lawrence Secretary .........w... ,.,...,, R obert Wallace Secretary ......,....,, ......,.,..... C harles West Treasurer ,.,,........,................... Ron Engels Treasurer ...,t.............,,.... Donald Conklin WINTER 1955 SPRING 1955 President ........................,..... Roland Finn President .,..,................. XVilliam XVangler Vice-President ............ William Wangler Vice-President ..... ...... T heodore Couris Secretary ............ ...... T heodore Couris Secretary ........,.... ................ D on Conklin Treasurer .,.., ,, ....... ........ R obert Baker Treasurer .....,..,.,,........ Clarence Kimball In the spring of 1948 the foundation was laid for Skull and Bones, C. O. A., an honorary society. Membership in Skull and Bones, C. O. A. is by election and based on the student's participation and leadership in campus organizations and activities. The purpose of this honorary organization, national in scope, is to recognize outstanding leadership of students in extra-curricular activities, to encourage and promote student activities, to stimulate student brotherhood and spirit, and to forever honor to the highest degree the traditions and prestige of Tri-State College. V . .3 :wwf ., . Fw' ' 249.'f"fe 5 iff lriifii-3 ,- ,.s:jfz'P"'t " '-w..-imrafz-"Q:.,42t 'V if4:24393QQ:aa:-fr:ass::E:::::.::f::.:::::- -r-M4 - ff-isa -N :af 1-ffff Y' 1 ras 1.a.-?w-'- 43:6-xv.wasss51:25-1:':'V2-2-121:-ss: -115:11-:-:-:4-4+--1-:1-:f Mazza:-::sss:r:1:-: . -. -.f-.g.s'3,sz6f4V ,cv fav-5a.:e..W-a-AV V.f-se+1-:-is,ii..1...1...m1.1-1.1 217- sez2nw4vf.e-..-2-qsgsyyzgsifq.--, ,-Var:-1.-u 4 arxizrfrzrgrqaarer-'::::-:gas V- fam V s , - yi, -- .,g,:I--1:,:,:,:,::4:,:::f':. 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Harold XVeitzel FALL 1954 President .,.,......,...... Robert D. Baker Secretary .,......... Byron L, Fishbaugh Treasurer ..,...,i.,.,.........,...... Harold Quast SPRING 1955 President .,,.....1...1.1......,....,.,... Paul Fadow Secretary ,,,,,,.,,. ....... F rederick McGirr Treasurer .r ........ Robert Ahlman Tau Sigma Eta, honorary engineering society, was incorporated under the laws of the State of Indiana, on April 10, 1930. Membership in this society is one of the rewards received by students for outstanding scholastic achievements in the School of Engineering. Requirements for admission into membership are four quarters of college work with a minimum of twenty hours work during each of the four quarters, a scholastic average of 2.1 out of a possible 3.00, with not more than five C's or C-plus. A grade of D or lower disqualifies a student from mem- bership. An average of A for three successive quarters automatically creates eligibility for member- ship. Members of the society must maintain an average of 2.0 to be considered active. Tau Sigma Eta encourages brotherhood and good fellowship, a well balanced social program, and the maintenance of high scholastic records. A banquet is held each quarter as a climax to the quar- ter's activities and aids in encouraging and fostering the ideals of the society. at the beginning and end of each quarter is one of the organization's functions. FACULTY ADVISORS The used book sale L. P. Myers Anthony Andolina Harold Mills Charles D. Kenyon y . 1 F 1 1 I R 1 1 I I 5 i I I 1 1 1 1 A 1 1 I l 1 1 1 1 l '1 1 1 PA., I ,mam WW Lf 1 i Jaw Sfkwm ffm Robert Sven Ahlman Robert D. Baker James A. Hill Harry E. Beane Gary L. Bordner Theodore A. Jacobs Robert E. Brady Donald L. Chambers Coleman J. Kindle James L. Donmoyer Edward P. Echandia David Levers Paul D. Fadow Byron L. Fishbaugh Gerald Lutz Tomas Furth Albert A. Guilford Lyle Wilcox 'wif' Qfbfm Frederick E. MCGIFY Everett E. Meyers Jack W. Snow Wfalter J. Miller Koichi Nishida Robert R. Spatz Roger Henry Nyhlen Edward A. Ott John L. Taggart Medford D. Pettit Howard C. Post Shizuo Tagawa Harold R. Quast Kwan Rim Joseph A. Toman Ronald G. Rumpf Harold B. Weitzel New Members Not Pictured Allen Brand Gerald' Hunt John Jordan Robert Morin Richard Wagner Paul Landauer Ralph Prescott Victor LoCastro Robert Oring Ronald Moyer A zz-A T M I 'sit 1- 2: A 'Nm 'x .Q S a -up Q: 2 RFI: 'QA fif if 'I' M 'wx A LETTERHIE K r A Q 1 I r 1 w w w WR LEFT TO RIGHT: Robert Haber, seeretaryp YVayne Boi-uif, president: Paul Guise- white, trez1su1'e1': and John Bendik, Vice-president. dlphcty - '11, SUMMER 1954 FALL 1954 President ...,,,....,.,.,,,,....,... Donald Monroe President .....YY.,,.................. XVayne Boruff Vit-ta-President ,,,...,v,,,, Joseph Hot-kwell Vice-President .wY.,,.. George Liaeopoulos Set-retary ,,,,,,,,Y,AA ,,A,,A M it-hael YVilson Nevretarx' ,.,A....,,,,...,..A...A..... Harold Oquist Treasurer ,,,............,............ Gary Bordner Treasurer ...........,.......... Paul Guisewhite WINTER 1955 SPRING 1955 President ........,.......1........... XVayne Boruff President. ..,..7...................... Robert Haber Vice-President ..... ......... J ohn Bendik Vice-Presldent ...... ........... . Iohn Bendik Secretary ...,........ ........... I iohert Haber Secretary ............ .............. E tl Johnson Treasurer ............ .. ..,... Paul Guisewhlte Treasurer .....w.... ........ P aul Guisewhite Lambda Chapter of Alpha Gamma Upsilon came into being May 8, 1949, when the members of Delta Epsilon Chapter of Phi Sigma Chi, a leading fraternity on the campus since the fall of 1927, decided that affiliation with a rapidly-growing national collegiate fraternity would give its members and alumni greater prestige and popular- ity. The growth of the chapter as well as that of the national organization has proved the soundness of the decision made by the charter members. In addition to a well-rounded social calendar climaxed by our national convention in the spring of each year, Alpha Gamma Upsilon observes two special days. Founders' Day is celebrated each year on October 10 to commemorate the founding of our fra-- ternity on that date in 1922 and to honor our founders. Omega Day is observed each year on the Sunday nearest to February 1, and is dedicated to the memory of our brothers who have passed away. The keynote of the aims of Alpha Gamma Upsilon is brotherhood. We believe that only by applying this basic principle of Christianity can the members of a fra- ternity live and work together in harmony and build lasting friendships. To become a true fraternity man is the goal each member is constantly striving to reach. By selecting as members only those whom we believe possess the qualities essential for be- coming such fraternity men, we hope to secure even greater success for Alpha Gamma Upsilon in the coming years. in I A If 4-4- ' fl! A212417 ' A JT38N'x1" it T71 2 -B- A Ti ni ,.1. -i 1 I MW wr.. , rw .sy Ag Maid Mrs. Wilma Kerlin, bozzsezlzofher Ramsay Jackson Paul Guisewhite Victor Julien John Bendik Robert Haber Gary Bordner Marvin W. Boruff Henry Haladay John Condiff James Davidson Ernest Heimlick Carlton Edwards John Fitzpatrick Ed Johnson Hugh Frisbie Howard James Jordan WW Richard McKay Richard Kennedy Anthony Lauletta Duane S-chmaltz George Liacopoulos Lyle Massing John Stanley Joseph Palermo Richard Mollica Martin Tobin Philip Parker Harold Oquist Charles B. Tor gler Roberto Ramirez Robert Riley Kenneth Villermain Byron Rouse "'M-nf' MM 'wr "'ff-iii? wav? fwfr, 4 5 , P f ima LOIS ANN DECKER Swmtlmalzf, nj dguha, plul X X -ox Kr Y 4 2 Q 5 f 1 I E , 5 9 sg ,lf CWI tV,. ...e 7 'T' 5 LEFT TO RIGHT: Douglas Mowat, treasurer, YVi11iam Parks, vice-president: 'Vernon Peters, president: Thomas Endsley, secretary. o 2 o BETA OMICRON CHAPTER SUMMER 1954 FALL 1954 President ...................... Myron K. Beechy President ..............,.......,,.. Vernon Peters Vice-President ..,,........ Robert L. Murray Vice-President ..,. ....,,,,, Y Villiam Parks Secretary .....,..,,,, .....,........ D ale Grimm Secreta1'5' ............ ......... T homas Endsley Treasurer ,..,r.......rr,...,......... 5Vi11iam Jones Treasurer ....,...,.....,,.... Douglas H. Mowat WINTER 1955 4 SPRING 1955 President .................,,. Dougias H, Mowat President .....................i,. Robert Ha11man Vice-President ,,,,..r..,..,,,,,. XVi11iam Jones Vice-President ..... ,..,........ D ale Grimm Secretary ......,.,,,. ...... X Villiam Faughn Secretary ........,.,.i ....... T homas Harris Treasurer ,i,..... ....,... J oseph Gayda Treasurer ,.,..... ...,,, J ohn Humber Alpha Sigma Phi was founded at Yale University in 1845 and is the tenth oldest national social fraternity. It is one of the larger fraternities and is a charter member of the National Interfraternity Conference. The Beta Omicron Chapter dates back to 1925 when it was known as the Phi Lambda Tau Fraternity. Four years later, Phi Lambda Tau merged with Alpha Delta Alpha, a national fraternity. In 1935, Alpha Delta Alpha disbanded but through the efforts of its local members, a chapter of Alpha Kappa Pi, another national fraterni- ty, Was obtained. Eleven years of prosperity passed before Alpha Kappa Pi decided to merge with another great fraternity to form Alpha Sigma Phi. On September 6, 1946, the local chapter became the Beta Omicron Chapter of the Alpha Sigma Phi fraternity. Alpha Sigma Phi stands for charity, culture, loyalty, patriotism, and perpetual friendship. Its members face a future made brighter by the flame of the personal relationships kindled in the Walls of Alpha Sigma Phi. 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A Srl -'E it 44 5 4 1 ' a- 'Fi "2-1 Q -32 3 VJ 2 ,S gs .fc 1 . 4 1 af lf Y 4 ' ,M H6 ff .1 fi' ,4 'Z zz" Z ef W z W' '-Q ' 4.1,-my-,,, 5 2 4 ,.,,, . ,Y .,.,. ..., , , Q 5 0 1 WNJMK 1 QM , XNH . 1 if mf Um Q S 22 5 sas Z G K A Ma-Az:-3543 9 ALICE ODELL jwmfhmni of Brin, Plul jlmfa, 'ffdwga as ' ' in f LEFT TO RIGHT: Daniel Abel, Vic-e-president and treasurer: Norman Feieliter, president: and XVil1iam N. Meade, secretary. I 50151, PIU, Mata, SUMMER 1954 FALL 1954 President .,.....,,,.,................ XYilliam Dileo President .,..Y,,.Y,i......,..., Norman Feieliter Vice President ..............,,,, Ric-hard Traci' Vic-e-President ...................... Daniel Abel Secretary ,,,,,,,,,,, ..,,., L eonard Bloom Secretary ....,,,,... ...,.. X Villiam F. Meade Treasurer ,...,,,e.............,.. Richard Cooper Treasurer ..,,......,...........i....Y..., Daniel Abel WINTER 1955 SPRING 1955 President .......w..1..,,,,..... Norman Feichter President ....w,,,................ NVillis Oberliaus Vice-President ,...,,,,,,,, XVil1iam F. Meade Vice-President .,........,,,. XVillis Oberhaus Secretary ee,,,,, .,,,i........ Robert Mann Secretary .,.,,,,...,e .,..... . James C. Norman Treasurei' ee,,.,,. ..,...1 J ames C. Norman Treasurer ....,,,,.,... ........ R oger Coleman Beta Phi Theta was founded at the Milwaukee State Teachers College in November, 1917. The first social fraternity at the college, it flourished purely as a social organization in its first few years. In 1932, plans were made for expansion, and when the first national convention was held in June, 1924, three chapters responded to the roll call. Since that time, other strong local fraternities from other institutions have become affiliated with Beta Phi Theta. The history of Delta Chapter, the Tri-State College Chapter of Beta Phi Theta, dates back to 1922 when a group of young men banded together as "the Four-Eleven Gang, their sole purpose 4- 5 bein the romotion of good fellowship. So successful was the organization, that it was decided to ex- g P pand to afford other students the opportunity of enjoying this relationship. At this time, Lambda Phi Epsilon was formed. The membership of this fraternity grew, and recognizing one of the great needs of the college students, opened, in 1925, the Hrst fraternity house at Tri-State College. In 1929, when . . . . . . f the college recognized fraternities, the members of Lambda Phi Epsilon realized the advantages o na- tional membership and became the Delta Chapter of Beta Phi Theta. Delta Chapter, now in its twenty-sixth year at Tri-State, has never lost sight of the ideals of its founders. Those chosen for brotherhood are men with courage, initiative and fortitude. This policy of selection has insured lasting life and leadership for the fraternity and has made Beta Phi Theta one of the outstanding organizations on the campus. Scholastically, morally, physically and socially, the members of Delta Chapter are pledged to contribute their best, and will in the future, be more than proud to share the progress of the college, the fraternal body, and their fellow-students. Richard Byers Richard Griflis Elbert Bennett Darrel Billings Robert Mann William N. Meade Leonard Bloom Walter Cunningham james C. Norman 'Willis Oberhaus Marshall DeGraw William Dileo George F. Saxton Connie J. Sjostrom William Early Norman Feichter Richard Tracy Thomas Trent Bruce Johnson Robert Whiteford ESX, f few sift: -3 ' W1 .: ie W , if Q , J f,f , , 4,,, ,A.,,,. , A. . I 0 f 'QW N K 4 1 V9 ,.: ? ' ff W ANN MARIE KAUFMAN al Beta, jau, Jack Hipchen Sidney Miller James Biscanto Richard Pflug President Vice-Prcfsidenf Sc'cretary Treasurer OFFICERS FOR THE WINTER QUARTER, 1955 Beta, Jau, SUMMER 1954 FALL 1954 President ............,.....,..... Domenic Wilyat President ,...... ................. D omenic VVi1yat Vice-President ,.,,,,,...v,,,.,.,,. Jack Hipc-hen Vice-President ............ Barney Sugiyama Secretary ....,..,.... ,.,.,.... D uane Ewell' Secretary ............. .......... S tephen Gately Treasurer ..,,A...,...........,...., VVil1iam Diac-ek Treasurer ..........,...,.....,,,..v.... Duane Ewell WINTER 1955 SPRING 1955 President ,..A............,,.,,1..,.., Jack Hipchen President .,,,........,.,..........,,. Jack Hipclien Vice-President ...w.,..e1.,........ Sidney Miller Vice-President ........ ......... D uane Ewell Secretary ,,,,,,,,.... ,...,,,, J ames Biscanto Secretary ,.,. ,,.,..,. ....... G e rald Michael Treasurer .,,,..... ,.,,,,, P lit-hard Pfiug Treasurer ........ ........ C harlie Jones Beta Sigma Tau's chapter at Tri-State College had its beginnings on October 13, 1950, when Theta Mu Pi officially afliliated with the national fraternity, Beta Sigma Tau. Beta Sigma Tau was founded in May, 1948, at Chicago. The first convention consisted of seventy-five delegates from eleven colleges. A constitution based on equality, understanding and unity was adopted. Beta Sigma Tau is unique because membership is not restricted because of race, creed or religion. Prejudice on a college level is ignorance, and not intelligence. In 1937 the Jewish undergraduates on the Tri-State campus formed a Jewish fraternity. This chapter was active until the outbreak of World War II when the chapter was temporarily discontinued because of the membership going into the Armed Forces. After the War, Theta Mu Pi, Alpha Chapter, was formed. In the winter of 1949 Theta Mu Pi elected to become a non-sectarian organization. The aim of the new organization was to foster the educational, social and spiritual life of its members. This chapter became Beta Sigma Tau at Tri-State. Moe Mitzman John Bradbury "M0m,' Johnson Michael Morgan William Diacek John Fisher Layre de Oliveira William Hand Edward Ho-Shue Michael Rodriguez Charlie Jones Herman Kunte Barney Sugiyama Irving Kurman Zor Meneshian Domenic Wilyat Gerald Michael r 2 i a I' 5 E 1 x F E i J 3 ! . Nl ,.,.M....,W . ., - ..,.........,,.......Y..- , . ,ezi JACQUELIN CAMPBELL Swmzllzfwtf, nj Kappa, Siynfza, Jfappa, LEFT TO RIGHT: Jay Ganger, president: David King, viee-president: Gordon Leathers, secretary: and XV11iam Hout, treasurer. Jfappm' SUMMER 1954 FALL 1954 President ..................,,.......... Charles YVest President ..........,,........ Gerald Ilodmaker Vice-President ,,,.,,,,..,.,Y,i,i Robert Seifert Vice-President ,,,,,,..7,,i,,.,..,,,, Glenn Gray Secretary ..,...... .. ..,... Jerry Flanigan Secretary ..,,..,,. . .......,.... David King Treasurer ................,.........V.,,., Glenn Gray Treasurer .............,.,.....,........4 A lan XVinter WINTER 1955 SPRING 1955 President ,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,.,..,,,,,,,,.,,,, Jay Ganger President .,.,,,,,..........,,,,e,,,,ii, John Richard Vice-President ,.,,, ....,,,,...,,,.. D avid King Vice-President ..,. ...... J erry Flanigan Secretary ,,,..,,,..,. ,..,,, G ordon Leathers Secretary .,,.,....... ..,,,.,,, J ames Fruit Treasurer ..,,,,,.. ......., X Villiam Hout Treasurer ....,,.. ..v.,.,. T erry Bishop Indiana Gamma chapter of Kappa Sigma Kappa, international social fraternity, took its place among the campus fraternities on March 17, 1952. While new in name the fraternity has proved its worth as one of the older organizations on the campus. Kappa Sigma Kappa was founded at Virginia Military Institute in 1867. For many years following the Civil War, new chapters were installed mainly in southern colleges, but since 1935, a chapter has been installed in nearly every state, as well as in several foreign countries. Today, Kappa Sigma Kappa has more than seventy active chapters. Quintin Hawthorne Ronald Pufahl William Avery James Betts Ronald Bishop Walter F. Brown, Jr. Lon Carich Donald Conklin James Fruit Rex Edmonds Gerard Flanigan Arthur Fontana Wfallace B. Force Robert Fuller Jay Ganger Glenn Gray Richard Hodgin William Hout Harry David King Richard L. Jaques Edward Kyle Gordon Leathers Joseph Means John Richard Gerald Rodmaker James Schmitt Charles West Alan S. Winter Ron Urgitus Q ,u-,Nw I ' we-ids? f ' .om . N.: 2 ' viigf -2' 1 3' ' x ' 1 2 H: 4' gs ..., , , M, --.. A f,vEf5xS'E1A LEFT TO RIGHT, FRONT TIOYV: Martha Graves, Marge Gerber, Nancy Thomas, Ruth Bennett, Shirley Hantz, Norman Hainnion. BACK ROVV: Virginia XYatts, Lucile Bilodeau, Betty Hagerman, Pauline Mason, Sonya Erade, Adaline Smith, JoAnn Mote, and Virginia Ross, f2lCllltY advisor. o 7dl,l, FALL 1954 AND WINTER 1955 President ....,,,,,,.....,,,,...,,,, Nancy Thomas Vice-President .....,..........., Ruth Bennett Secretary-Treasurer ........ Shirley Hantz Alternate Se-eretary-Treasurer. Gerber The Kappa Tau Sigma sorority is a new organization at Tri-State College. The sorority was organized at the beginning of the 1954 quarter for the purpose of giving the co-eds at Tri-State a more active part in the affairs on campus, and to afford the opportunity for more social life. Miss Ross serves as faculty advisor for the sorority, membership in which is open to any girl on the campus. .Sw nl, lul Quia, Maria Gomez Lower left: Doris Villalaz Lower right: Reina Milla R. ami? 3 Ei M401 Carlos Gomez Rafael Chacon Jose Onate Simon Izaguirre lui 9 ta, SUMMER 1954 FALL 1954 President ,..,,,,,.................Y.. Carlos Gomez President ............,..,.....,...... Rafael Chac-on Secretary ......,... ,.,..., ....... J o rge Iriarte Serretary ,.,..... .,,.....,.,... J ose Onate Treasurer ,,,.,,,,,,,,.,,,......,. Guillermo Perez Treasurer .,...............,..,.,... Ramiro Besada WINTER 1955 SPRING 1955 President ......,...........,,.........,.... Jose Onate President ,....................... Simon Izaguirre Secretary ,,,,. ,,.,,,,,.,,,.,,, S imon Izaguirre Secretary ,,,.. ..,..,,, I lafael Chacon Treasurer .....,, Carlos Mendieta Treasurer ,,,,,Jose Fernandez Composed of Latin-American students, Phi Iota Alpha's history dates back to 1921, when it started its activities as Club Hispano-Americano. After six years of existence as a club, the organization Was registered under the laws of the state of Indiana as the Alpha Chapter of Gamma Eta Alpha fraternity. Joining the ranks later of Phi Lambda Alpha as Eta Chapter, the fraternity did not receive its present designation until 1931. During a national convention on Decem- ber 26, 1931, Phi Lambda Alpha merged with Sigma Iota to form the present organiza- tion, Phi Iota Alpha, of which the organization is Iota Chapter. Under its present title for some nineteen years, the fraternity's aims are to foster a better sense of duty and study among its members and to create that atmosphere which is an integral part of the far-away homes of its members, constantly serving for that great ideal, "The political and economic union of all Latin-American countries," which is the organiza- tion's motto and goal. Pancho Jorge Iriarte Alvaro Angel Ramiro Besada Julio Cesar Perez Ernesto Blonval Erich Castro German Roncancio Javier Guerra Jose Fernandez Eric Samaniego Alfonso Habeych Hernan Solarte M 'GIG fl ll ll! 'si uso.: GD U A fe 'laffaxw . 0. . -,v.. VLXV Lf. ,ff A- V V , ,ww Www m ! 5 I F I S I i l ! Q v -AMW .,.....4 As Q f Z. I J' ,114 J ' 17 ,mf f M, ' 4 52 viii ' ""-- f . ,., '22.".' 1.'1E:' - -- 'AQ- ,, . - f :.,.,g,,,, 6' Zyy. ,,Wik, GL . ., 6?-.f . 0' 3? I . 'I I 4 .C a F 1 2 I f I 2 P- 1 Q r ! 1 1 W ff l 1 4 A '1 5 1 v F I 1. r u 5 N W 'Y :AW :N il: ill I J sf F E. EA ii if -1 1 7 Q " NANCY KIDDER jwmthcmi nf Phi Jfappa. WM . ,M sesame: r ' 5. s av: Q. LEFT TO RIGHT: Robert Kokenda, secretary: Robert Karalus, vice-president: Richard Jusko, president: and Dennis G1'k1LlH1311l1, Treasurer. ALPHA GAMMA COLONY SUMMER 1954 FALL 1954 President ..,.....,................. Jerome VVasag President. .....,...................... Richard Jusko Vice-President ...... .....A.... F rank Santora Vice-President ,.,..... .,..,... R obert Karalus Secretary ..........,. .,...........,, L eon Kessler Secretary ..,........ ...,.... R obert Kokenda Treasurer .................... Dennis Graumann Treasurer ........,........... Dennis Graumann WINTER 1955 SPRING 1955 President ........ ,............... D onald Wallace President ,.,....... ........ H arrv Jakubowski Vice-President ,,., ........ D ennis Graumann Vice-President .............. Robert Kokenda Secretary .t,,........ .......... P eter Mytcliak Secretary ............ ....,... L eo Hasbrouck Treasurer .,..,... ............ H oward Payne Treasurer ........ .,,........... D on Copeland Alpha Gamma Chapter of Phi Kappa, at Tri-State College, is the result of earnest efforts on the part of the members of the organization once known as Alpha Gamma Omega. In May, 1943, a charter was sought from Phi Kappa National Catholic Frater- nity, and on January 24, 1944, the Alpha Gamma Omega fraternity became the twenty- seventh chapter of Phi Kappa fraternity. Among the many achievements of the chapter in Phi Kappa have been endeavors to maintain the high scholastic standards set by predecessors, as well as participation in all inter-fraternity activities. The main purpose of the group of the Tri-State campus is to aid each member in bettering his efforts in learning, the development of a sense of responsibility and loyalty, the instilling of a fervent desire to contemplate creatively and to act constructively for the advancement of the organization. Phi Kappa is proud of its accomplishments, and the members are confident their ideals of fraternalism and religion will carry them to ultimate success in their under- takings. -Q' . LAK' li I .L Kiki..-!'t'l -K :QTTN N'?5HihL51M1ElNll'.'i.'i il-Irk' KEY' Sc' - 1- WW? 'ww Father Conrad Farid Anton Harry Jakubowski Albert Bowers Frank Collins Donald Johnston Donald Copeland Walter Dykas Richard Jusko Francis Gaydos John Gluck Robert Karalus Dennis Graumann Leo Hasbrouck Richard Kelly William Heher Leon Kessler William F. Shield Robert Kokenda Paul Michalak James Shuler Lewis Molique Robert Morin Frank Stewart Joseph Mullins Peter Mytchak Donald Wfallace Henry Olis Joseph Oxencis Jerome Wasag Don Partyka Howard Payne Stanley Zyck Frank Santora ,vw Wm! Mmwy' -t,,-K Www' :Ez:.1ga1:3- - V., WEE:E:E::-A-:A W 'lziis-2.55.53 .,,f..,,,:,:4, "' 255551 11,1::1.::1.:,1.:.,.,.:.,.,,, " "" . ..::4,::,z,:5:g:5,15553553g25,m 4 z.: 1-: :bs-:-' ', ,nga A,.A,,,A if , 0 4 Rf? 0 0 ,s , 0 , , x g SM , 5 f 2 k 8 3' 4 ., S 353 6' A N , f, , f C , , . . I I . fs " V .ff K., 2 'W' , f ' 60 .44 9 4 six ' 29: M .5 gp xA v wax M1 0 QQ 1, W W" A,?"??94t2' N, R W.. F , , -- ---' , Y IQ Q " " vp 4, g . -1 ' - sg::z,:2s':1Ezi:::2i- Cayo 4, waz-fwQt:'I.:52 ff, , . .:v.5:,,:-.ww Q '-.ff.:ww:-'::24g::f:1.1:fM E' , n l i A Q. f " '5 5 Q ,f,,..:. X, M g Ng x WW ADELE JOHNSON SHAW?" M LEFT TO RIGHT: Dayle Stevens, president: Williani Davidson, vice-president: Donald llutan, secretary: and Robert Delker, treasurer, 'moL977u,' SUMMER 1954 FALL 1954 President .....,..,......,..,.,,,,,.,.,.., Lloyd Dixon President ,,.,......,................. Dayle Stevens Vice-President ,.,,.......,...... Dayle Stevens Vice-President ..........., VVi1liam Davidson Secretary ...........,..,,.,,, XVilliam Davidson Secretary ......,..,.. .......,.., D onald Rutan Treasurer ...,.....,,..,,,,,..,,,. David Shenetiel Treasurer ........,..,..............., Robert Delker WINTER 1955 SPRING 1955 President ..,................. VVilliam Davidson President ............,,.,,.....,......... Charles Hill Vice-President ,,,,,...,..,,,..,. Paul Atkinson Vice-President .,.,,,,... Norman Breyfogle Secretary ....,........................... Roland Finn Secretary ............ ..,.,............ N ellis Greek Treasurer ,..,..... ,,,,,,,, N orman Breyfogle Treasurer .,,,.,.. ................ H arold Reed The Alpha Chapter of Sigma Mu Sigma Fraternity was founded at Tri-State Col- lege on March 25, 1921, by three Master Masons. This organization was the first fra- ternity on the campus, and has the distinction of being the oldest recognized fraternal organization at Tri-State. The Union of Square and Compass and Sigma Mu Sigma was consummated in Angola, Indiana, on August 3, 1952. The fraternity now has eight chapters through- out the country. Brothers of Sigma Mu Sigma are proud of its history and achievements in the scholastic and social phases, and are continually striving to surpass the goals set by pre- vious memberships. The fraternity's earnest desire is to develop men capable of taking their places in the World with confidence in their ability to meet and to associate with other men. Toward this end, the men of Sigma Mu Sigma will continue to strive. ma, 97111, ' ma, Jlononwuf, Wlambnfm, V ,, ww VY Al.. . , l A 4 i ew W e Mrs. Gertrude Hart Jonas Crisman House' Moiber ROY BOCH6, ,Ir , Leland Ax Harold Hoolihan Howard Hoolihan Cecil Hauber Arthur Hockey Paul Atkinson Robert Baker Ralph Freathy Wfilliani Gertz Norman Breyfogle David Clester 2-M-'M 'bfw2"'ff aff, ,fa 'Wwe ., 'MW' Millard Godwin Vfilliam Goodship 1 lg f"'f, ,,., ' x ww Donald Colebrook XVilliam Davidson Nellis Greek Don Guckenberger Robert Delker Lloyd Dixon Charles Hill Charles Hollman Roland Finn Oliver Ward Ford Wmf' N-....w,...-1' og, Nnfw Wad? William Jones Kai" 'yuww-'f Wayne Juby Clarence Kimball wwf Don Rutan Leonard Scheponick awww- foirm v ' Ivan Kuhns WW Richard Lange Lyle Shaffsrall David Shenefiel Ralph Lougheed Don McKee Howard Sisson Dayle Stevens Walter Miller Roger Nyhlen William Wangler Donald Wehrhahn Harold Reed Leonard Reich Ronald Withohn -.,.., .WM my Nwwaww' 'yy-V 'w...,M,,, H-5.4 'Mal ha' 'Hy 2 LEFT TO RIGHT, TOP ROXV: Mrs. XYilliam Goodship, Mrs. Don Rutan, Mrs. Millard Godwin, Mrs. Don McKee, and Mrs. Clarence Kimball. LEFT TO RIGHT, SEATED: Mrs. Charles Hollman, Mrs. Ralph Freathy, and Mrs. William Davidson. The Sigma Su's Club is made up of wives of members of Sigma Mu Sigma fraternity. The pur- pose of the Sigma Su's is to promote closer relationships between the Fraternity and the wives' organ- ization. The Sigma Su's also aid the Fraternity in projects within the "house" The Su,s meet in the living room of the Fraternity House. 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N , .. .A ,, . t , 2 ,wr .za '57 ef f si L55 ..f fa' LORIS HALE Sumatluzafzi nf, Plul Malia, -A--awk ' rr ' f 7 Y LEFT TO RIGHT: llonnld Schwartz, secretziryi Tlieoilore Couris. president: Gerald Lutz, x'if.'e-piwsiileiitz and Robert Moi-se, treasurer. ' lul Malta, SUMMER 1954 FALL 1954 President .,,,,,,,....,,.,..,.A.,, Theodore Coui-is President ,, ,,7,.,,...,,.,,.... Theodore Couris 'Vice-P1-esiilent A ,,,,,, ,,..,,,,, D eau Runkle Vive-President ......,..........,.... Gerald Lutz Secretary ,AAY,.,,,,. .,A.,,,, I lonalil Schwartz Secretary ..,.....,,A ...... R onald Schwartz Treasurer ,.,,t,tt,,,,.,tt,,,,,,,,..,. David Finley Ti-ezisurer .tl.....,,lt......,....l.... Robert Morse WINTER 1955 SPRING 1955 President ,.,A.t,,..,.,,,,....,...l... Carl Gecowets President .1..,,,..,,.v,..,,,....,.... Carl GecowetS Vice-President .. ,....... Philip Crosno Vice-President lr... ....... O Wen Ehlers Secretary .......... ....,.,. H arold Vleitzel Secretary .,v,,....,.. ,..... H arold XVeitZel T1-easui-er ....,, .,...... R obert Morse Treasurer ....1,,, ..... lv Iarvin Marsh When Kappa Chapter of Sigma Phi Delta was founded, one purpose stood out from all the rest. That purpose was to create a greater interest in the engineering profession. A visitor to the fraternity house could not overlook the many awards earned by the members for scholastic ability. The first requirement for membership in Sigma Phi Delta is a "C" scholastic average. Needless to say, the scholastic averages of the mem- bers are far above this. Sigma Phi Delta exists as one of the three official engineering fraternities of the Professional Inter-fraternity Conference representing the professions of Architecture, Chemistry, Dentistry, Education, Engineering, Journalism, Law, Medicine, and Phar- macy. The membership is international in scope, extending from the British Common- wealth through the United States. Z 'Q .- 1' ' 042122 Virgil Areaux 'hd' Wayne Gilchrist Gordon Akers Owen Ehlers nuff N.,Q.,..,.f" 'wav' David Finley Wfilliam Bradley Richard Frantom we Nw Allen Brand Theodore Couris Mimi' Carl Gecowets Philip Crosno James L. Geist QJ' ""' ""' "" "' t 'Y' Lyle Oleson 'wfb' . tl. t ' Harold Ottoson ?1 Robert Haberland wwe H,-,wg Delmar Luce Joseph Lushma Wwmmw George F. Heath Gerald Lutz 'gawk' Harold Hessler Theodore Jacobs .4090 ""Ww Robert Morse 'fvw-awww Leonard Koyama Wllho Okkonen wvnnw? wif , -ww ! ,,,,,,..f .af H V, W F3360 Robert R. Painter Qian' Paul S1mmons Vlfgll Powell 'Mu' David Sundheimer VWWWV Allan Swagart Thomas Reynolds Harold Weltzel mf Dean Runkle 'XXV' 'Wwnawf Ronald Schwartz awww had "Inu,-gr Paul Wllll3mS Robert Shinn Donald Yonep Moa? -0 was ,A 71 .y.1.vZf-,QQ KC, if fi' mv' Aw if ?' .,, , i , A- -.f ,::f:f:i' ' """"W2W fy V1 ' ', 'f W. ww f ,-' , , ' 27? -. 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A .,.,,, N M z "nf vp wifbfr ,Maw Z Mm-.w,f,,,,N f gf .N f , ., f f Q?" A 3 p,',fj, fit rw VZ no Wifi-:IA . I ,f 'ff' Y 1 ,af f A-wang wa-NX' ,AL X 729 3 as 6. vl ,aff ' 1 ::.1Q.,'A '-.' FL 'f' X1 4 'fx ,Q Q ' ff 3 Af , ,QA A f ff 31? Q :W- -e cg: va-V' Wwfw 1: rw A2A,,, 1,,. , . 5 X Wi. ,,f, , 9 4,-. f wa. -4-1 9 . fi , X A W, 1: ,. .MYHWQ M ' , .-,,,,,,,,X,,.,, ,gi .fm 1 - J A - .- -.-gvy:a'.pquzgrsnq:w:w4vfog4!BYw9aaz,wzz1,.aafa: LEFT TO RIGHT, FIRST ROVV: Douglas Mowat, Domenic VVilyat, Clarence VV. Kimball, Norman R. Feichter, Dean E. Runkle, Donald C. XVehrhahn. SECOND ROVV: Michael S. Gillison, Jerry Flanigan. XYilliam R. Faughn, Gerald Lutz, VVil1iam Shield, James Fruit, Daniel Abel, Stephen Gately, Eric E. Samaniego, and John P. Bendik. gnfm -J ' fnuniczl SUMMER 1954 WINTER 1955 President ....,,,.....,......... VValter J, Miller President ,..,.i,,,.,...i,....,....... Dayle Stevens Vice-President ....., YVilliam F. XYangle1' Vice-President .,.... Norman Feichter Secretary ....riri,,,.,.,.,,....,.,,.... Dean Runkle Secretary ,....,..,.,, .,,,.,,..., X Villiam Parks Treasurer .......,.................. XVilliam DileO Treasurer ..,..w...,..ww,w.,.....v Domenic XVilyat FALL 1954 SPRING 1955 President ,,......Y...., Clarence XV. Kimball President .... ....,t................. D ayle Stevens Vice-President ,,...,...... Norman Feichter Vice-President ,,,,.t ,,,,,,, . Terry Flanigan Secretary ....,l......,,.,.............. Dean Runkle Secretary ........,.. .. .....,.. William Parks Treasurer ,,,,t,,4 ,,..,4, D omenic XVilyat Treasurer ....... .1,.... X Villiam XVangler The Inter-Fraternity Council is the fraternity man's Congress, serving to unite the mutual interests of member fraternities and to promote better and closer relationships Within the faculty, student body, and fraternities. Two representatives from each fraternity recognized by the college are authorized to attend meetings each week to plan and direct fraternity activities on the campus. Operating with the full cooperation of the faculty, the council plans social and athletic activities for the student body. Fraternity representatives, acting with the guidance and on suggestions of their fraternities, exercise initiative and leadership in supervising the affairs of the council. The Inter-Fraternity Council has grown to be one of the most effective organiza- tions on the campus, through the action of well-qualified fraternity representatives. """' m 50.5. 1 ,. ,W .. ... ,, , ., , , 1- - - - - , , - 4 f54Ef7hE41ll22f!1?2Z9Z'SW4fl?Wf'4'Z!'l'fl272'fff!KlM'M,. aa We 2 ,,. f , , V, f , 1 2 '? ' 54 jf ' I yay , 7 f in ,pf Nj, ww. yf 3, W, I V 5" ' 4 - "' 4 W4 Z Hiiaawfif E ,, .ap , .4 at ' wg . 1 3 ihifg EHQK5 FIRST IIOXV, LEFT TO RIGHT: Fred T. Thomasson, Billy XY. Parks, Robert R. Spatz, Joseph Toman, Lawrence Crowley, Lee Cerlnak, Richard Lasher, Patrick Nozzolillo. SECOND ROXYZ Gerald Lutz, Everett Meyers, George Esenwviu, Jr., Basimf- Halwani, Adnan Dimeshkeyeh, lion U1-gitus, Prof. Quintin Hawthorne. THIRD ILOVV: Roland Harmon, Robert Day, Carl Emeric-li, llicharil IC, XVa1ton, John D. Talbott, James L. Geist, and Allan M. Swagart. 31.4 .. FALL 1954 Chairman ....................,.,. Robert R. Spatz Vice-Chairman ..,,,,.,....,,,..... Ron Urgitus Secretary ............................ Joseph Toman Treasurer ............ George Esenwein, Jr. WINTER 1955 SPRING 1955 Chairman .........,..........,. George Esenwein Chairman .........v.......... Lawrence Crowlex' Vice-Chairman ........ Lawrence Crowley Vice-Chairman, Fred Terry Thomasson Secretary ..,,,.,,. . ,...,..,,,, Joseph Means Secretary ......,,.,................ Ric'-hard Lasher Treasurer ..V. .v..... I ioger Thomas Treasurer .. ...... ............ .I oseph Means The Aeronautical Society of Tri-State College is a student Branch of The Institute of the Aeronautical Sciences, the national professional organization of aeronautical engineers. The meetings of the society provide excellent information in the form of special speakers from industry, and pamphlets and circulars, concerning various phases of aeronautics. The main social event of the term is the Aero Banquet. At this event the officers for the coming term are installed and awards are given to outstanding members. A prominent representative from the field of aeronautics is usually invited to highlight the event with a speech. The North American Avi- ation Corporations Columbus, Ohio plant was tou1'ed by Tri- State Aero's in a spring field trip. The banner of the Tri-State Branch, Institute of Aeronau- tical Sciences, features the emblem of the I. A. S. The new wind tunnel con- struction shows clearly in the extreme lower right Corner of this air View of the Aero lab and the 500 and 600 buildings. The Aero Society's rocket Calls members' attention to meeting nights when seen on the campus. The Aero bowling team, left to right standing: Fred T. Thomasson, Joseph Means, Bill Parks, and seated, Dennis Talbott and Roger Thomas. Q 'fix 'V v ' - - v 1 - - , ,2,,,. .,,..,,...,,M.l,w.4.w.-11 ,,,,,,,,,,,,V.,.,..,.,,,,,,'..,., W.. .aan C M.. ,,W.v,-..,-A may-. . FRONT ROXV, LEFT T0 RIGHT: Ralph Louprheed, Millard Godwin, lfldward Pavel, Dr. Stefan Slanina, liaymond Porter, James 1'2ll'Yt'l', Don Shenetiel. SECOND RUXY: Maurice Davenport, Owen lihlers, lmnald Johnson, Leslie Lahti, Charles Hall, Tomas lfnrth. James Valenter, Cyrus Tavallali, Maurice Hranthain, XVilho Hkkonen, Lyle Shaffstall, Arthur Davis, THIRD IIOXV: Ching' Siong Chua, Arnold Kloovk, Xxvlllllllll Blessing, XYilliani lleher, Joseph Vosser, Peter Almond, Vincent Chen. O O S O E STUDENT AFFILIATE CHAPTER SUMMER 1954 WINTER 1955 President ...,.,.,.,.....,..l..4 XVi11iam Blessing President .,.......,,,,.,....,,........... Charles Hall Vice-President ,,,, ...,.,, D avid Shenefiel Vice-President ,l.,,,,, Millard Godwin Secretary .,.,...,.. ....,..., C harles Hall Secretary .......... .,..... P eter Almond TreaSurer ......,........,.....,...... James Carver Treasurer ....,,,,..............., XVilho Okkonen FALL 1954 SPRING 1955 President ..,.......,................. James Carver President .l............,,.,...... Ralph Lougheed Vice-President ...l.... Ronald Bishop Vice-President ........, Richard Mott Secretary ,..,....,,, .....,. M illard Godwin Secretary .,ll.,.... ...... 1 "red Perkins Treasurer ..... ...... D onald Shenefiel Treasurer .,.. ,..,.. L yle Shatfstall The Society was founded to enable chemical engineering students to become better acquainted, to instill in every student a burning interest in his work and a pride in his profession. These ends are attained by Weekly meetings at which select speakers and motion pictures are presented. They are furthered by field trips, which are arranged whenever possible, and through affiliation with the American Chemical Society. Since July of 1948 the Chemical Engineering Society has been a student affiliate chapter of the American Chemical Society. FIRST IIOVV, LEFT TO RIGHT: German Villa, Richard Griffls, Prof. Cecil Hauber, Douglas Clark, .James Quagliana, Terrance P. VVarford, XVilliam F. VVangler, Robert J. Little, Medford Pettit, John Jarrett, James Hill. SECOND ROXV: Takatoshi Yamada, XYalter Pettit, Elmer Hooten, Michael Loke, Riehard Cole, Charles MaeLaughiin, Gustavo Vribe, Abraham P. VVood, Victor Freundich Paul L. St-hinitz, Judson VV. Virden, Lloyd E. Dixon, XValter J. Miller, Ronald Witthohii, Alan XVinter, Joseph Rose, Keith Dingler, Gordon Karns, Joseph E. Cadoret, Donald Cole- brook. , THIRD ROXV: Charles T. Ifant-her. Hiroinitsu Kusurnoto, XXYGSIGY E. Nowicki, Her- bert XV. Et-kinan, James A. Stronnner, Joseph Uxenc'-is, Elwyn Kinney, Kenneth E. Mc- Cartney, ltohert F. Oring, Russell M. Lawrence. Don Rutan, Edward Kyle, Don Vera, Richard Murphy, Dominick ltoinanello, NVilliam G. lvlurdoek, Bernard Boothe, Richard D. Fisher, Ilia-hard P. Schaff. 1011 i Sllclbtq, FALL 1954 President ,,,,,,,,..,.,,........ VVilliam XVangler Vice-President ,..,., Terrance P. XVarford Secretary .........,....,,...... James Quagliana Treasurer ......... ................ R obert Little WINTER 1955 SPRING 1955 President ............,........... XVa1ter J. Miller President ..................,............. ...Ialnes Hill Vit-e-Pi-esident ..........i........... Joseph Rose Vice5President ..,. Dominick Romanello Secretary ,,,,.,,...,..,.. Dominick Ronianello Secretary .i,,.....,.......,..,.,,...... Robert Oring T1'+32lSlll'e'l' ,,,,,,,,, .,,,.....,.......,.. L loyd Dixon Treasurer ,...,..,,,. ..,,........ R ichard Fisher I am a civil engineer. In my profession I take deep pride, but without vain glory, to it I owe solemn obligations that I am eager to fulfill. As an Engineer, I will participate in none but honest enterprise. To him that has engaged my services, as employer or client, I will give the utmost of service and Hdelity. When needed, my skill and knowledge shall be given without reservation for the public good. From special capacity springs the obligation to use it well in the service of humanity, and I accept the challenge that this implies. Jealous of the high repute of my calling, I will strive to protect the interest and the good name of any civil engineer that I know to be deservingg but I will not shrink, should duty dictate, from disclosing the truth regarding anyone that, by unscrupulous act, has shown himself unworthy of the profession. Since the age of stone, human progress has been conditioned by my forebears. By them have been rendered usable to mankind natureis vast resources of material and energy. By them have been vitalized and turned to practical account the principles of science and the revelations of technology. Except for this heritage of accumulated ex- perience my efforts would be feeble. I dedicate myself to the instruction and' dissem- ination of engineering knowledge, especially to the younger members of my profession in all its arts and traditions. To my fellows I pledge, in the same full manner I ask of them, integrity and fair dealing, tolerance and respect, devotion to the standards and the dignity of our pro- fession, with the consciousness, always, that our special expertness carries with it the obligation to serve humanity with complete sincerity. Uppei' left: Prwf. Cevil Hziuber, Howl 01' the Civil 1':llQ.'lIlt'44I'lH,2' De1'v2irtment, outlines 21 problem in the surveying laboratory. Vpper right: Prof, Jnlin Jarrett super- vises students using a. plane table. Venter left: Field work in surveying pun-tiCe. Lower left: Transit instrum-tion being given by Prof. Jarrett and I11StI'Ut'tl'b1' llicli- 21 rd Griflis. l1iQlow: At the Civil Banquet. Bottom right: Typical Svene in the Con- vrete lulm1'atm'y. -- v v -W-,-...vi Y, --. A --vi-v.-W .... ..,, ,,, Faculty Advisors: Oscar Nelson, Clyde Shaw, Scene in the Electrical Laboratory. XVayne Gilchrist and Arthur Eberhardt. SUMMER 1954 WINTER 1955 President ....,,,,,,,,l,l,,,,,,,,.,,,, Robert l-hiker President ,,,,,,,,.... Herbert Allen Shepard Vice-Presinlent ,,,. ......ll., ' Fheodore Couris xvllkt-1Dl't'Slflk-'Ill ....,..,,...,,,, Harold VVeitzel Secretary ,,,,,,, ,l,.,,,,,..l. . Alan Snyder Set'1'eta1'y ,,,,.,.., ,,,.... R ichard Frantoni Treasurer , . , , ,, ,,,,.,,, Stephen Gate-15' r.l'l't'2lSLl1't'1' ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,....,,,,,, Theodore Couris FALL 1954 SPRING 1955 President ,, ,eel.,....., .,.,.. I rvinzzg Huffman President ll..7,,...,.,. Donald J. Groleniunll XYll'6'-P1'ENlClPlll .. ....... Harold NVeitZel Yin-e-President ....,......... Leslie B, Rigler Secretary ,,,,,,,l,, .l,,,. R icharal Mollicfl Secretary ,l,,,,,,,..l,,,,,,,, Robert YanDe-usen Treasurer , .,...., Stephen Gntely Treasurer ......,,,, Joseph Lushniu The purpose of the Electrical Engineering Society is to promote the social and academic growth of its membership. This objective is accomplished by close co-oper- ation with college faculty members and industry. Society programs consist of tech- nical lectures, movies, demonstrations, and social activities. FIRST l:OXY: Jerry' Prickett, Arthur ilqlJt'1'llil1'dt, Harold YYe-itzel, Trying' Huffman, Prof. Clyde E. ard Mollii-ai, Donald Groleinund, llivliard Berns, Donald Cutter, Sergio Torres. SICV1 :ND HOYV: Paul St. Louis, XVill5ur McNinch, XVilfrecl R. Baclier, llicharcl Frantoin, Kenneth shall Detlraxv, Mervin NielSen, lfl. lf. Meier, XV. ll. McKenzie, IC. D. Hallvergi, Auhrel' Folkew 13211Dh John T2l,2,'Q'ill't, Art-hui' Fontana. Ronnie Buck. THIRD IIOXV: George T. Kleinent, Theodore E. Couris, Gerald Michael, Herbert Allen Shepard, Jones, Joseph S. Lushnia, James Morrison, Ronald Shafer. Shaw, Rich- Leffler, Mar- E. Prescott Charles YV 1 ,1 h 1, pl I 1 ,, a- 97' 3. . 4 2 1 ., . l j An induction motor test is run by Donald Cutter, Duane Robert Van Deusen and Don Grolemund in a test on H Baxter and Don Grolemund. 3 Mo-to-trol. ' .fab fzato IJ , 4 I l ii I I ' ' E ff . gain: l . Ronald Kolenko and Duane Baxter using a Strobotac to determine speed. I . . . . . . James Morrison gets instruction on working a high ' A test is run on a thyratron by jack Wagner and Robert frequency electron tube generator from Oscar Nelson, Van Deusen. Associate Professor, in the Electrical Laboratory. l K fiffwmzf 5 f Q ' , Z f 1 if iiy QW ,,.. s 7 a- Mlm.. Q r , '43 S, L ximgvlv-" ""' ' ' v- " ."' ' " '-""' ""'- l 1 1 i FIRST 1:OXV: Thomas IC. Limp, Raphael D. Sehilz, XYa11ace A. Lolitlell, Coleman J. Kindle, Richard Jaques, Charles XYest, Jerald D. Bidlack, John Ric-hard, Paul XY. Martin, .Ianies L. Doninoyer, Dean liunkle. SECOND IIUXY: Curtis E. Johnson, Carlos Claure, Erwin YVacker, XYi1liam Edwards, XYilliam Avery, Hahihur Rahman. David King. John F. Fisher, David C. Moody, John Gibb Stewart, Jerry Flanigan, Lloyd Gardner, James Fruit. Lynn Yan Carnp, Robert E. Dalton, John E, Johnson, 142 F. 1Ieie1', Lloyd XY. Flett-her, James M. Galimberti, Kenneth G. Johnson. THIRD IIUXY: David E. XYhitney, XVil1iain A, Bailey. Robert XV. Fleming, Robert NY. XYieSener, 1-'loyd G. 1Vest, Howard J. Dingman, Farid D. Anton. Alberto J. Basso. icatf' ' .Svicietya SUMMER 1954 WINTER 1955 President ,,.,.......................... Charles NV-est President .....................,...... John Richard Yiee-President ............... John Craig Yice-President .............. Coleman Kindle Seeretary ,...,,,,,,. ,.,.... . Jerry Flanigan Secretary ,.,.......,.. ....... K enneth Johnson Treasurer ...,.,,..,...........,.... Hit-hard Jaques Treasurer ............................ Yvllliilll Avery ' FALL 1954 SPRING 1955 President ......,,..,.t.........,....... Charles XYest President ...................... Byron Fishbaugh Vice-President ..,. ..... . Jerald D. Bidlack Vice-President .. ......,......, John XYee-ks Secretary .,..,.,.... ....... P lic-hard Jaques Secretary .......... ...... L ynn Van Camp Treasurer ...,.... .....,.. J ohn Richard Treasurer ...... ...... L loyd Gardner The Mechanical Engineering Society is an organization wherein engineering stu- dents can supplement their knowledge of the various phases of mechanical engineering. Speakers, who are experts in their respective fields, are obtained to present the latest information concerning their products and industry as a whole. Movies are ob- tained for some of the programs and are also used in conjunction with the speakers' talks. The society is affiliated with the Fort Wayne Section of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers. The dues paid to this organization are returned in the form of awards to society members who have done outstanding work in writing and presenting their engineering reports to the society. Field trips sponsored by the society are held each term with one major field trip each spring. Visits are made to various industrial concerns covering all phases of mechanical engineering. On these field trips, the students are able to observe present manufacturing processes and practices and thus better prepare themselves for their fu- tures as engineers. '....... ' 4:::: M - FRONT ROYY: James L. Donmoyer, David Finley, VVa11ace A. Lobdell, Harold Oquiist, Victor Julien, Ramsay Jackson, Paul D. Fadow, Howard Jordan, Robert VVieser1er, Paul XV. Martin, Habibur Rahman. SECOND ROVV: Jorge Iriarte, John Gibb Stewart, Curtis E. Johnson, Edward Ott, Carlos Claure, Ronald Rumpf Paul A. Myers, John NV. Richard, E. F. Meier, Robert VV. Fleming, David King, Jerry Flanigan, Charles VVest, Lloyd Gardner. Leonard Koyama. THIRD ROVV: Donald H. Gautsch, Richard VValton, David C, Moody, Donald F. Stearns, F. Barton Bullis, Farid D. Anton, Robert K. Oyama. nf, dutonwhba SUMMER 1954 WINTER 1955 President .................. VV:-Lllace A. Lobdell President .................... YVallaCe A. Lobdell Vice-President .......... Howard J. Jordan Vice-President ................ Lloyd Gardner Secretary ...... ,... . . ............. Harold Oquist Secretary .................. Donald F. Stearns Treasurer .......,.............. Joseph Rockwell Treasurer ........................., Paul D. Fadow FALL 1954 SPRING 1955 President .................. VVallace A. Lobdell President . ,........................ Paul D. Fadow Vice-President . .......... Howard J. Jordan Vice-President ................ Lloyd Gardner Secretary ............ ........... H arold Oquist Secretary ...............,.... Donald F. Stearns Treasurer ........ ...... . Paul D. Fadow Treasurer .... ..... .................. J o hn VVe-eks Since the first meeting on February 3, 1949, the student chapter of the Society of Automotive Engineers at Tri-State College has grown to be one of the most progressive societies on the campus. The national enrollment of the S. A. E. exceeds 15,000 active members in all parts of the United States. Included in the 4,000 student members from seventy-four engi- neering colleges are sixty-one students from the Tri-State chapter. Meetings are held every first and third Wednesday of the month. After the busi- ness portion is concluded, speakers, movies, and literature are presented for the enjoy- ment of the active members. The aim and purpose of this group is to uphold the creed of the S. A. E. "To promote the arts and sciences and engineering practices connected with the design, con- struction, and utilization of the automotive apparatus." '!F"' , . ,,,., .U ...W . , '-L. .Y-. -f ewfzwef-M .-.-3-,-,....,,W, - -1 I , FIRST ROXV: Philip Parker, llohert Mattson, James Trout, Raymond VVong, John Kuehl, David Sundheimer, Richard Folks, Kenneth Skinner, Roy Austill, Harold Quast, James Anderson, John Stringer. SECOND ROVV: Charles Hill, liobert Harer, Shizuo Tagawa, Gary Meado, Koichi Nishida, Armen Akarakcian, Eizo Gibo, Masami Yoneji, Arthur Wanninger, Leonard Reieh, Don Hewitt, Jerry Spenny, Jack Edwards, Peter Enright, Myron VVeinstein, David Levers, Richard Henry VVagner, Ronald VVolfe, Carl Goodwin. THIRD IIOVV: Donald Loomis, Edward Power, Jesus Sandoval, Matthew VVesten- haver, faculty advisor, John Burk-hart, Raebert VVe-stbrook, Robert Hout, Nicholas Tson- opoulos, Joseph Cavanagh, Stephen Paulus, Joseph Bough, Harold Bet-hman, Edward Sehwinger, Cletus Vammen, Robert Alexander, Robert Curwin, John Van Dyke, Arthur Lorensen, Dayle Stevens O 5 O O S I E WINTER 1955 President ....................,,......,. Harold Quast Vice-President ....,...,.,,.. Roy Austill Secretary .......... ....... K oichi Nishida Treasurer ....,.. ..,... D ayle Stevens ' FALL 1954 SPRING 1955 President ....,..,,........... David Sundheimer President ....................,.,.., Nelson McCarty Vice-President .,., ........... R iehard Folks Vice-President ..,....... John Jordan Secretary ..,.,...,,,. ....... K enneth Skinner Secretary ....,,..,. ......,.....,..., R on Irons Treasurer ,..,,., ,........,,... R oy Austill Treasurer ....... ..,..,. D aniel Calendo The Radio Engineering Society, organized in Cctober, 1936, provides any student interested in radio and electronics with useful and informative sessions to supplement regular curricular activities. Meetings are held every Monday evening to promote the aims of the society, in- cluding the advancement of the theory and practice of radio and its allied branches of engineering and the related arts and sciences. These aims are promoted and furthered through a program each year of outstanding speakers and Hlm showings. Among speakers each year are representatives from personnel departments of large manufacturing concerns, with the purpose of acquainting graduates with the process of securing a job. Other speakers include men outstanding in the industrial field, who bring practical experience into the information given to the members of the society. Membership in the Radio Engineering Society is open to all those interested in the held of radio. FRONT ROXV: Shirley Hantz, Betty Hagerman, Prof. Harold ll, Hoolihan, YVilliam R. Faughn, XYillis F. Oberhaus, Joseph N. Gayda, Norman Iireyfogle, Ronald Pufahl, E. Dean Lawreni-e, Martha Graves, Ruth Bennett, Nancy Thomas, Darrel J. Jenkins. SECOND ROVV: YVilliam O'Keefe, VVilliam XN'eldon, Milton Jones, Garnett Stamm, Charoen Vongsa, Don Tebo, Glenn H. Birkhofer, Ralph Landrum, Lon Carich, Richard Hodgin, XYard Ford, Thomas Harris, Bradford Brownheim, Stephen J. Brown, Douglas Mowat, John H. Ryan, Proctor A. Sherwin, Joseph Allie-ri, Don Conklin, David C. Mullen. THIRD ROVV: Edward Middel, lloland Finn, Jack L. Hipehen, Philip Siegfried, Philip J. O'Brien, Jack Morrow, Lou D. Lucarelli, Charles N. Miller, Leamon Miller, Theo- dore VV. Pyles, Ralph Keefer. Clyde O'Neal, Kenneth N. VViley, Patrick J. Pieeham, R. D. Thimlar, Ernest Peden, James Moller, XVilliam Hall, Clarence VV. Kimball. ' ,mlm smart, SUMMER 1954 WINTER 1955 President ................ Clarence VV. Kimball President, ..............................,,.. VVard Ford Vice-President .......,......,,.... Joseph Gayda Vice-Presldent .,... .....,.... X Villiam Hall Secretary .......... ....... N orman Breyfogle Secretary ............ ,......,,.. l luth Bennett Treasurer .....,,,.................... VVi1liam Jones Treasurer ,...................,... Douglas Mowat FALL 1954 SPRING 1955 President .,.........,................ Joseph Gayda President .............................. VVilliam Hall Vice-President .,............ Willis Oberhaus Vice-President .... ....... D ouglas Mowat Secretary .......,.......... William R. Faughn Secretary ...,........ ...... N ancy Thomas Treasurer ...... ........ N orman Breyfogle Treasurer .......... ...,... L eamon Miller The Sigma Epsilon Society of Tri-State College, organized in 1933, has among its aims, the creation of a spirit of initiative in the students of commerce, and to make available social and recreational activities. All students enrolled in the Department of Commerce are eligible for membership in the organization. Meetings held bi-monthly include programs in which representatives of various businesses address the members, giving them practical applications of theories studied in class, and their application to problems existing in the present-day world of business. The Sigma Epsilon Society of- fers to the serious-minded commerce student an opportunity to develop a more mature and practical viewpoint on present-day business techniques. --li-t Kampwi, Ulzqwugafiona, ' Ra r, L., , -gm yA .... FRONT RUXVZ James Norman, Harold Quust, Patrick Nozzolillo, llobert Morse, Tlon l'rg'itus, Clarence XY. Kimball, Ann TiZ11'1'4lXVS Cunningham, Joseph Allie-ri, Charles A. Hill, Millard C. Godwin, Ralph Lougheed. BACK ILOXY: Charles H. XVest, Fawzi Abu-Dinh, Ric-Imiwl Hodgin, Harrold XYeitzel, .John NV. Richard, John I-'. Fisher, Richard lwlurphy, Ivonald Conlilin, llolnert D, lflalier, XYilliam Hout. .Sf L'num:iL SUMMER 1954 WINTER 1955 President ............................ Joseph Alfieri President ........................ Richard Hodgin Vice-President ......................., Ron Engels Vice-President ..,................... Ron Urgitus Secretary ............ ........ R ichard L. Jusko Secretary ........... ,..,.,, C 'harles A. Hill Treasurer ...............,,......,.... Joseph Toman Treasurer ........,.....J............. Robert Baker FALL 1954 SPRING 1955 President ,..,..,.................. ...Joseph Alfieri President ...... ..,...,........... R if-hard Hodgin Vice-President .......,,............. Hon Urgitus Vice-President ,.,.,...., Robert Morin Secretary .,......rr...... Clarence YY. Kimball Seeretary ...,....... ......... C harles A. Hill Treasurer ,....... ................. R obert Baker Treasurer ...,..,. ,..... A nn Cunningham The Student Council of Tri-State College was organized for the promotion and advancement of campus activities for the college students. The Student Council is an organization in which the views and opinions of students may be expressed. The council is composed of representatives from the various student organizations on campus. These representatives are to attend all meetings, participate in Student Council activities, and keep their organizations informed of all Council business. It is the hope of the Student Council that the high ideals toward which they have striven will be developed in a greater degree in the years' to come. .1'm"Yl,,,. W-, , .zvxs.:,..:::- ,Hu an ' X, ,.,, . ,,.K., .,,.. gi E e Q ., Q dr ? Z1 Z1 ef V., gf V 2 Z , Q 2-13-V, 1-2 - .V 212 Q44 ,f Ai 1' E: fa- r ill . rf- ! - A ' . , Wiewsficwp .z ' ,,,.,,. , .A , V l r- " 1 V ' 5 , ' 1 ri - ,. a f 'V' :'W2f':ff 4 V '9'93'?'.f. lg' , a ww Qi? ,W M ? sg: ,.',. Q M ' 2 ma. Q A--w.sW. X, Ae. Wan izfwf WWW? Nw l . T' 82, - 2, 5 ww ,-,g-E31 Q54 -1-'awww X R3 F ,X ., X If' , 5 7 '31 4 f 41 Qncamjmfz- 0 . JUNIOR CLASS, top: Glen Gray, secre- faryg Clarence Kimball, Ib1'C'SidC'l1lLj Willialn Hout, zfifc' lJl'CSifI,CI1fj and Dennis Grau- mann, frms1z1'm'. SOPI-IOMORE CLASS, center: Robert Haynes, ,brc'sin'c'11z'g Harlan Ravitch, vice jvwsicfvlzf. FRESHMAN CLASS, below: Ronald Clark, secrefary, Joseph Kelley, Jr., presi- dwzfg Billy Carroll, vice plfesiffcvzf, and Ken- neth Soule, l'1'6'dSll1'6l'. MW' dQLuf1.e-duquaf, 'bbwlafmlazm Uggrhzmt FRESHMAN CLASS Wesley Wilson, secrcffaryg James Dunchuck, jr 1' c' s i d c' I1 ig Phillip O'Brien, zfive-presizfcfnfg and Lea- mon Miller, frfaszzrrr. hi.. 1 "" I i"'il' M . ij JET if fy 4A" " ' ' -.i 1 5. WN' A 19:1 'Q SCPHOMORE CLASS James Russell, frfcwzszzrcfrg Karl Hahn, presidenfg Robert Grimes, vice' presidenfg and Thomas Har- ris, secretary. JUNIOR CLASS Garnett Stamm, freasurerg Mar- i ion Long, presidenfg Billy J. Fisher vice P1"?SfCl'F17lLj and Roger Zank secretary. Nl' l, dr, ,. .K5.'.i,ii .,., ,":'?1L. .W , 5 .Q P Va X fy., , s 4 L1 3 so 1 ip i, 3259. 7 f i fs- :- 'I eff-' -slab 1 .i,,,4?. , V, k , 5. '2' x 2 , zz .. ' f we ,fn 'J , 52332925153 " ef S vt 6 ,if m 'N f a 4 Q, Y 4 X Y, .-,- 4-a,.,w:::ea-.-M.- 4 6 f 1 w WM I, 1 Mmm, 39 : , M, ,,,,:ff""fe2faa,,,,,, ,. 4, 4 nl A K W' H., ,, y X E 2, 3 Qecenfzbm- 0 . JUNIOR CLASS, top: Glen Gray, secre- faryg Clarence Kimball, presia'e11fg William I-Iout, zfiee president, and Dennis Grau- mann, freaszzrer. SOPHOMORE CLASS, center: Robert Haynes, ,bresidenfg Harlan Ravitch, vice jvresiifeiif. FRESHMAN CLASS, below: Ronald Clark, seerefary, joseph Kelley, Jr., presi- rieazfg Billy Carroll, vice jilfesirlelif, and Ken- neth Soule, freasiirelf. X. gk l a. Yr ay Qiiawk NW iii is ,.- YW? 5 4 iw 5 S , 0 ff' K -M., "WMU ' Q S4f:4+-- f -Zu, guna-duquAL 'lflm-lmdwm. Ufgicwm FRESHMAN CLASS Wesley Wilson, secretaryg James Dunchuck, ju r es i d c' n tg Phillip O'Brien, zfivc'-prfsidvnfg and Lea- mon Miller, fl'UllSlIl'P7'. KL SOPHOMORE CLASS James Russell, freaszzrerg Karl Hahn, pV6SidC'l1fj Robert Grimes, we. , vice presidenfg and Thomas Har- ris, secretary. JUNIOR CLASS Garnett Stamm, freasurerg Mar- ion Long, presidenig Billy J. Fisher vice presiderzfg and Roger Zank secretary. Wk as - ,naman aw ,umm fam BACK ROYV: Left to right, Eric Fong-Yee, Patrick Fong: Christopher Hsiao: Lucio Son: Stewart Lee: Michael Loke: Andrew Li. FRONT HOYV: Edward Ho-Shue. David Lue, Prof, Robert Ramsay, faculty advisor: Phillip S. S. WVU: and Vincent Chen. . KM i SUMMER 1954 WINTER 1955 President .........................,.. Eric Fong-Yee President ..................,..,....,... Michael Loke Vice-President .,..,..V Vincent Chen Vice-President .,.......... David Lue Secretary ......... .,..... P atrick Fong Secretary ...,,.,,.. ......... X 'incent Chen Treasurer ....... ..........,.................. P hilip YVL1 Treasurer ..... .... ,,,,.... P a trick Fong FALL 1954 SPRING 1955 President ............,,,,,,......,. Eric Fong Yee President ....................,......... Vincent Chen Vice-President .... ...........,.. D avid Lue Vice-President ..,... ...,........ D avid Lue Secretary ........,,. ........ P atrick Fong Secretary ...,.,....... ...... P atrick Fong Treasurer ....., ........ V incent Chen Treasurer ...,,.,., .,.... S tewart Lee The Chinese Student Club of Tri-State College was organized in 1932. The pur- poses of the Club are to strengthen friendship, to promote better understanding among the members and fellow students, to assist fellow members, and to encourage higher standards of scholastic achievement. The Club was inactive during the war years due to lack of sufficient membership. In the beginning of 1947 the Chinese Student Club was reactivated. The Club is proud to have Professor Robert R. Ramsay as adviser, and without his help many of the activities would not have been possible. l .., .,,. . " .ev-a xQwA FRONT ROXV: Paul XXv6lllllg, Ernest Fletes, Kenneth Jones. STANDING: Charles Zechman, XVillia1n Chase, Jack Silver, Charles Harding, Harold Gesell, Ronald Rumpf, Milo Coldren Cof the Micliigali staffl. O I O I jfu- K Jnllow LIST OF OFFICETS 1954-1955 President .,.................,........,.....,..,.,,..,...,......,.w.,..,...... Ronald Rumpf Vice-President ............ Paul XVelling Secretary ...,....,,, ,,,,,,r, E dward Palmer Treasurer ,.,i.,. ...... I ienneth Jones Tri-State Christian Fellowship is a chapter of Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship which is a national organization belonging to the Inter-National Fellowship of Evan- gelical Students. The IVCF Chapter at Tri-State is one of nearly 500 groups in the United States and Canada. It is interdenominational and evangelical. The purpose is to bring be- fore college students questions on the following: How can we know Godg Who is Jesus Christg and Is Christianity practical? The Chapter is formed to provide fellowship for Christians in prayer, Bible study, and social activities. FRONT ROVV: Fleming G. Nelson, Pzttrivk Nozzolillo, Millard Godwin, Conny Sjos- troni, Daniel Abel, Vkfilliam N Meztde, George F. Saxton. SECOND IIOXV: NOI'lll2'1ll R, llireyfogle, llohert ll. Spatz, Charles Ne-dell, Rieliard T. Mott, Norman ll. Feichter, Thomas Trent, Robert Lee, Alvin Albro. THIRD ROXV: Nellis l". Greek, Raymond Glontl, Elbert J. Bennett, XVilliam XYeldon, Charles Akers. 115' ll SUMMER AND FALL 1954 WINTER 1955 President .................,.......... Xxvllllillll Meade President .................,..., Elbert J. Bennett Vice-President .......... Millard C. Godwin Vice-President ................ Fleming' Nelson Secretary ........... .......... C 'onny Sjostrom Secretary ............ ............ I lolanil Finn Treentirer ,...... Georgie Saxton Treasurer ....... Riclmrd Brophy The "550" Club is a society formed by veterans of World War ll and the Korean conflict for the purpose of analyzing, interpreting, and promoting the principles of the American democracy in the United States. lts purpose is to aid, promote and render better understanding and clarification of Public Law 550, 82nd Congress, 1952, and to promote good fellowship among all vet- erans attending Tri-State College under Public Laws 550, 346, 894, and 16. ii? I 0 ff' 3, X 4, N .L'- 'i :ii V7 1 .. jg ,- ig! X.. Paul Atkinson Ralph Lougheed Walter Cunningham Clarence Kimball Lewis Molique ,SoiclfQf4,, gnc. SUMMER-FALL 19 54 President ..,...........,.,,,, Nellis F, Greek Vice-President ,l,......,.. Thomas Trent Secretary ,,...............w,,..,. Jack Hipchen Treasurer .A,,.....,..,,,,,, Paul Guisewhite WINTER-SPRING 1955 President ....,,,...,,......,. Nellis F. Greek Vice-President .e......,....,4 ,Clyde 0'Nea1 Secretary ..,........ ..........,. C harles Hill Treasurei' ,.,,... ,.,e,. P aul Guisexvliite Paul Guisewhite Nellis Greek Charles Hill Clyde O'Neal The purpose of the Legal Society is to aid students who may encounter financial or legal dith- culries during the time when they are enrolled as full-time students at Tri-State College. Executives of the Society include the president, vice president, secretary, and treasurer, who handle the administrative functions of the society, and who are aided by a board of five directors, meeting whenever it is necessary to transact important business. Student meetings are held once each quarter to acquaint the members with the functions of the organization and to make necessary adjustments in its operation. Loans may be obtained through application to the president or treasurer, such applica- tions to be approved by the treasurer and by one other ofhcer or director of the Society. The Financial and Legal Society, Inc., of Tri-State College, was organized by students during the summer quarter, 1952, and received recognition as a legal en- tity from the Secretary of State of the State of Indiana during the following fall quarter. During its formation, and through its activities, Fred W. Goudy, Pro- fessor in Commerce, has devoted time and effort to the work of the Society in making its full resources available to the members. , ma 'iff 1 Fred Goudy Faculty Advisor 'wine' wr-'NS-f FRONT ROIV: IViIliam T. Flanigan, Don Tebo, Robert Spatz, Ivan Cady, IVi1liam Parks. SECOND ROVV: Robert Painter, R, D. Thimlar, VVi1liam YVang'1er, Roland Finn, Vfillis Oherhaus, XVa1'd Ford, Norman R. Breyfogle. TRI-STATE COLLEGE CHAPTER 'JLL'hanz6m,n!, L70 SUMMER-FALL 1954 WINTER-SPRING 1955 President .......,...................... Robert Spatz President .......... .......... N orman Breyfogle Vice-President ........................ Ivan Cady Vice-President ............................ Don Tebo Secretary ............ ...... D on Tebo Secretary ............. ................. I van Cady Treasurer ...,.,,.. ...... G lenn Gray Treasurer ......... ....... R oland Finn As Jaycees we believe: A faith in God gives meaning and purpose to life. A government should he of laws rather than of men. Economic justice can hest he won hy free men through free enterprise. Earth's greatest treasure lies in human personality. Service to humanity is the hest work of life. The Tri-State Chapter, Angola Junior Chamber of Commerce, was organized dur- ing the winter quarter, 1954, following the "Kollege of Knowledge" program inaug- urated on the Tri-State campus by the Indiana Junior Chamber of Commerce, the first such program of its kind on any college campus in the United States. Paul Taylor, December, 1953, graduate, was instrumental in developing the "Kollege of Knowledge" program, and through the interest aroused the Tri-State Chapter was organized. . E . - , . FRONT ROXV: James Morrison, Eugene Lemke, Leonard Reivh, Arnold Kloock, Koi- c-hi Nishida, .Iohn Bendik. MIDDLE IIOYV: Sergio C. Torres, Donald Lo-nnis, Douglas flickhaut, Michael Loke, Stewart Lee. John Burkhart. BACK HOXV: Charles Kenyon, faculty advisor, Barton Bullis, Erik lvamhergs, Roger VVi1es, David Sears, Don Claffey, Henry Kaininski. pm, ' sway, SUMMER 1954 WINTER 1955 President .,,,i,..,...,.,,....,,,..... Leonard Reich President .................,.w.........,.. John Bendik Vice-President ..,.,.. Eugene Lemke Vice-President ........ Eugene Lemke Secretary ,.e,....,, ,..,,,i C arlos Meyer Secretary ...i,..,, ,, ,,,,,..,. Koichi Nishida Treasurer ,,,,,,,,,,,....,..,......, Arnold Kloock Treasurer ........,,,,.........,,, James Morrison FALL 1954 SPRING 1955 President .....,t,.................... Leonard Reich President .,,.......,.............,,,,,,.. John Bendik Vice-President ,Y...,. Eugene Lemke Vice-President .,...... John Burkhart Secretary ,,,,....,, ,,..... I ioichi Nishida Secretary ,..,,,,,.. ,,,.... I Donald Loomis Treasurer ...,... ........ A rnold Kloock Treasurer ....... ,..... . Iames Morrison Since the inauguration of the Photographic Society in 1946, regular contributions to student and outside publications have made the Society an important factor in pro- moting Tri-State College pictorially. Besides being invaluable in this respect, the Society provides 1a pleasant and useful pastime for its members, and gives them access to the dark-room with excellent equipment, supplies, and facilities. The Photographic Society plays an important part on the campus of Tri-State College. AT LEFT STANDING, Rifrhard Mignerey, Robert Painter, SEATED: Ann Cunning- ham, George Qtterman, Loene Collins. , CENTER, SEATED: Arnold Klooek, Don Hayward, Paul Monte-ith, Christopher Hsaio, Frank Palfy, Richard Zirna, XYilliam Eastep, STANDING, Roy C. Bodie, Jr., direc- tor: SICATED, Dean Runkle, Paul XVelling, John Mitchell, Kenneth Steenbergh, James Galimberti. , 671111241 Band The Tri-State College Band, reorganized early in 1947 through the efforts of Roy C. Bodie, Jr., who serves as director, has made a number of concert appearances during the past year. The band also plays for campus and sports events. Program selections generally include a wide variation of selections and arrangements, proving the versa- tility of the musicians. 5-fi 'ii C' ' - '-zp 'f' V .s , ,, . . W 7. ::.f..A.'w 'Q 4' 2:12. , 4 , , . , I M ,. -, , , FRONT ROVV, left to right: Richard Frantom, John A. Manfolk, Arnold Kloock, Christopher Hsiao, Virginia Watts, Nancy Thomas, Shirley Hantz, Ric-hard XV. Neese, David Levers, Richard Reic-hard, Kenneth Steenhergh, Mrs. Robert H, Ramsay, Director. BACK RUVV: John Gregory, Floyd XYest, Donald Seiple, Bradford Brownheim, Paul St. Louis, Robert Jones, Paul A. Myers, Don Head, Charles Harding, John M. Burkhart, Ralph Keefer. , 6011242 Klub During the fall quarter of 1953 the College Glee Club was organized by Mrs. Robert Ramsay, who serves as its director. Weekly rehearsals are held by the Club which has already made several public appearances. Programs have been given for campus events and the group has also given programs for clubs in the community and high schools in the surrounding area. mum.-pn .mnr wpm.ns1wmmmnnmv- -f f J ff--'L if H- - V xx WW rf! 'V' if f mai 852256235215 V uasm all :wa 9 I E 0 f 'Z Q Z? gf y4WWW W"7M7 ,, Yccfrf , r S1 S ex ws , xx . ' Lfvff -414: fy i . f , XNRSXKNYN f ,, 1? 5 ' 1 .:j.'i arg?-4 ' 4 .' - --.."'. . a it fl Q YF P. L fax T Qi, , ss? 5 XS xx.. I A .. . , sm 'X' .61 sk . h eg 'Sv , , x +5 5 Xxx, t M M .x A A - ' M ' ' . ,,. Nwwtxx RX N M, " "ff wwf M Mwme my Y 1,44-my, . .... .,.,,...,.aal4 represented in the exhibit. "Dov" Muininert, Director of Athletics, a1'1'zm2:e-tl this display for the 195-1 Alumni ull lllfl sottlvill utixitlts .ue Ile-union. Basketball, tennis, rifle and pistol, golf, hast-li 1 , .' ' z W B. J. Mummert has served Tri-State College as Director of Athletics since the fall of 1950. In addition to directing the sports program, he serves as coach of the basket- ball team, and the baseball team. "Doc" came to Tri-State from Nappanee Where he served three years, prior to that time serving as athletic director at Winamac, where he produced two sectional tourney winning teams. A graduate of Franklin College, "Doc" has done graduate study at Franklin and at Ball State College. In his college days he was a member of Franklin's "Wonder Five." He was an all-state guard in football, and participated in track activities. Working in close cooperation with Mr. Mummert are the members of the Athletic Board of Control. All athletic activities at Tri-State are under their direct control, and the board includes the President of the College or his representative, ex officio, this member being Billy Sunday, Treasurer of the College, Hermon Phillips, for the College Board of Trustees, Lee Hirsch, member for the Alumni, Richard Hodgin, president of the Student Council, member for the student body, and Lyle O. Oleson, Richard Byers, Richard Griffis, and Harold Ottoson, members for the Faculty. ,I v WRX. , .f ARMS! ,MW c Ma 'ww W Paul Williams 5 ee 7 Al Brand WM Brad Webb fi . V,.A. 1 , - ! .' if - - .:',- 1:1411 ff I' -,. iy' N 2 Don Chambers A gr, Jim Bledsoe BASKETBALL 1954-195 5 Giiiin, 43-Tri-State 97 Indiana Tech., 73-Tri-State, 54 Defiance, 79-Tri-State, 68 Huntington, 70-Tri-State, 69 A Albion, 63-Tri-State, 45 3.0 Benton Harbor, 51--Tri-State, 64 Vincennes, 72-Tri-State, 7 8 Albion, 60--Tri-State, 57 Concordia, 57-Tri-State, 65 Detroit Tech, 66-Tri-State, 67 BASKETBALL 1954- 195 5 Huntington, 86-Tri-State, 80 Indiana Tech, 89-Tri-State 87 Concordia, 71-Tri-State, 65 Assumption, 66-Tri-State, 77 Benton Harbor, 64-Tri-State, 61 Lawrence, S0-Tri-Stare, 68 Defiance, 94-Tri-State, 62 Detroit Tech, 73-Tri-State, 75 Assumption, 104-Tri-State, 85 2 K . '75 '::-. if -.4 M., ,swag ,ff 'ff L Z L Dave Waymire Dick Lough ...uw-M' .Ha as iw? r-f....... pf f " ', 'PEfQE'.jE'I:i'. L E ,-..s..,..-1 N.-,......-f Maw ai ii Tom Reynolds Bob Haynes Bob Coplen Maurice Craig ,. I lblv Z Vqvz, 3.3: ' ,..-vw-"" wwf NMRNOONFV f mv , 'C , .4-. Y-.1-Y .. . - FRONT ROYV: Cleve Johnson, Bob Coplen, Dave XVayniire, Al Brand, Al Holloway, Maurice Craig, John Knxach, Paul XV1lliEl1HS. BACK ROXY: Tom lieynolds, Dick Lough, Jim Bledsoe, Bob Hayes, Don Chambers, Paul Stewart, Brad XYelwb, and Ernest Peden, TI12lll2lg6I'. 46' alL Coach Mummert developed his squad of players into a well-coordinated team dur- ing the 1954-1955 season. The Hnal statistics showed the Tri-State hoopsters out- scoring their opponents during the season by 1397 points against a total of 1386, with the five games registered in the loss column due only to a combined total of eleven points. The Engineers topped their competition both in half-time averages and final averages for their twenty game schedule. Tri-State recorded 32.3 points per game at half time against 31.8, and 69.85 points per game against 69.3 for the opposition. Jim Bledsoe held high scoring honors for the season with a total of 296 points for an average of 14.8 points per game. Dick Lough was second with a game average of 12.35, and a season total of 247 points. Maurice Craig was the only other member of the Engineers' squad to register 25 or more points during any one game. mst. ,A+ .E at f, XVi1Iiam Robinson, Myron Beechy, Joseph Roossien, Vern Peters, Don Zimmerman, and Richard Stoughton. Half, 79 4 Perhaps one of the lesser known but more challenging sports made available to Tri- State students is varsity golf. Each spring, shortly after Easter, the first try-Outs are made for berths on the team. A five-man squad is selected and usually six matches are scheduled during the spring term. Colleges scheduled include Albion, and Hillsdale in Michigang Indiana Tech and Concordia at Fort Wayne, Indiana. Faculty advisor Andolina hopes to build one of the stronger golf teams in the tri- state area and expresses a desire for adept and interested golfers to participate in the spring tryouts. sz ' -wmv ASW?" Af" vi' 4 ...., , 1 +gi?1:::r:ya:':. V ,. 23.1 5? " V .fi mi' FRONT ROW: Ernest Adolph, Coach Lyle Oleson, Fran- cisco Otamendi: BACK ROXY: Gordon Dill, Terrance YVar- ford, Ccaptainlz Albert Rose, and Bob Goodfellow. At right, below: Ed Kyle. Tri-State Tri-State Tri-State Tri-State Tri-State Tri-State Tri-State Tri-State Tri-State Tri-State TENNIS SEASON 1954 Indiana Tech .,r........,..r. Western Michigan Frosh Manchester -- Concordia ........,,............ Western Michigan Frosh Hillsdale ...........,.....-,..... Indiana Tech ..... .... Manchester -- ---- Hillsdale - Concordia -- Miva Ab. . M., 4 -ev-V 28 e- 1.7. 3, W 4 ,wa FRONT ROXV: Henry Olis, Art Fontana, John Evarts, Bob Kolodziey, Don Koelsch, Owen Ehlers, Olin Kern. BACK ROVV: Ted Byanski, VVilh0 Okkonen, Bob Haynes, William Crothers, Del Luce, Stan Zyck, and Ray Lindsay. Tri Tri Tri Tri Tri Tri Tri- State State -State State State State State BASEBALL SEASON 1954 Huntington ..... ..... Huntington Indiana Tech Huntington ..... ..... Indiana Tech Albion Defiance --- l' 4:1 , faatazzi' f "at '3Z14Li2L1.4",2 . l FPTONT ROXV: Betty H2lg'6I'lll3ll, Martha Graves, Ann Cunningham, Shirley Hantz, Nancy Tiomas. XY IBACK ROXY: Ron Engels, James Bledsoe, B, J. Mumniert, Donald Conklin, XVilliam ang er. I l Mm ' H116 ll FALL 1954 WINTER-SPRING 1955 i President ....,Y,,.,,......i....,.......,. Ron Engels President ................,... Robert VV'hite-ford 5 Secretary .....,.. Martha Graves Vice President James Charles Norman 5 Treasurer ...... Nancy Thomas Secretary ............,,....., Ann Cunningham l Treasurer ..,.,,,, .,,,,...,,......, N anc-y Thomas P l , The purpose and privilege of the Tri-State Boosters' Club is to boost all campus 5 athletics. The club sponsors intra-mural and inter-collegiate sports activities and in l addition provides for the publication and free distribution of basketball programs at each home game. The Club is pledged to Work in close conjunction with the l Athletic Board of Control and to do everything within its power for the betterment of Q the sports program at Tri-State College. n I FRONT IIOXV: Roger Iloerden, XVaEt Browxi, Jr., Ann Bari-ows Cunninghain, James Sllucklett, John H1lg'lleS. , 1-BACK IIOXY: l1lL'll?iI'Cl Ke11y, Roger Lehman, Gene Hipp1e, Charles llI3L'L3llgl1ll11. David XY11it11ey, Xxvillttq' Cnnninghzim, Hugh MCKee, 1?l'2ll1l'lS H11'L'l1i1l-i, Ray Kinuh. ' Fiaiol dmmuhhbn, FALL-WINTER 1955 SPRING 1955 President ,,,,,,,,,,,,..,,,,,,,,1,,,,, Roger Roei-den President .,11..,.,,,,.... Chai-les Mat-L'augI11i11 XviQ'E'-Pl'ESi1lellt ,..,,,,,,,,,,,.. XValt Brown, Jr. XYlL'6-Pl'6SlfQl6llt ....,Y,,.,..,,,, David XVl1itne3' SEL'l'Qf?lI'Y-T11-'2ISlll'6l' ,,., James Shar-klett Sev1'eta1'y-Treasurer Ann QRlll1I1lI1gl'1El111 The Tri-State College Rifle and Pistol Association was organized during the fall quarter of 1949, and has been very successful. Aims of the Association are to promote training and instruction in precision target shooting and to support an inter-collegiate competitive rifle team. Affiliated with the National Rifle Association, which sponsors and conducts all inter-collegiate rifle competitions, many members have qualified for national marksman- ship ratings. The Association's range is located in a quonset hut near the Recreation Hall, and is equipped with all modern facilities. Safety precautions are rigidly enforced for the safety of all. - Membership in the Association is open to all men and women of Tri-State College. r Published By iqgdgws 1 The btudenus Of -wi,-M , 'rfa-swag mum i lug W' A Axisom,rNulANir'EBRm nx' nfigsa ""' Q, V You Can Bunk Q11 The 5 MQw MS iZffQ2Zfi13ZQ??'32'? Urder Your 1955 ,A At irzfiiwm Uiziversiiy , I 'T -,4,2 ri2"Z- fiiodullw I 0 a f Q 1 L , v 1 f 1 , " 3, , 4 zunpuf mmap nerve , , ,, 3 -4 Bluff. W QU 3 - ' - l 36453135415 iffluff' is Piwzrewffxxtativvx A cl . 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The Tri-Angle, campus newspaper, is published monthly, and the Modulus, col- lege yearbook, is an annual publication. Witli no journalistic courses in the curriculum, these two publications are staffed on a voluntary basis as an extra-curricular activity, and are under the supervision and direction of two faculty advisors. The first Modulus was published in 1922 by the Engineering Society and was so- named because "a modulus is a constant and the Modulus is planned as a constant re- minder of student days." In time, the Modulus became the publication of the entire student body, rather than a responsibility of the Engineering Society alone. Publica- tion was suspended for several years during W'orld War II but was resumed in 1947. An editor-in-chief heads the Modulus staff, and is aided by an assistant editor and the business manager, and their staffs. Members of the staff are appointed early in the fall, and work of preparing the yearbook is carried on during the fall, winter and early part of the spring quarters. Distribution, usually just preceding June commencement, is through sales, mainly to students and campus personnel. Profusely illustrated, the Modulus is planned as a record of campus days, and copies increase in value as memories grow dearer as the years go by. The Tri-Angle, whose predecessor was the Kismet, was founded in 1946 under the supervision of Roy C. Bodie, Jr., director of the College Printshop. Its nine issues dur- ing each school year, monthly publications during the fall, winter and spring quarters, are distributed to students, faculty, and administrative personnel, and are also sent to a mailing list of subscribers. The staff is headed by an editor-in-chief, appointed at the end of each quarter to serve for the ensuing quarter. The editor-in-chief is selected from those staff members who have gained knowledge and experience from service in various staff positions. He is aided by a managing editor and a business manager, and the various members of their staffs. Service on both publications is recognized and rewarded by such awards as Tri- Angle or Modulus keys, as well as "shingles," certificates denoting satisfactory per- formance of duties in various positions on the staffs. l l 4 s . s l EDITORS-IN-CHIEF OF THE TRI-ANGLE Don Conklin .,.. , A A, A....K Fall Quarter, 1954 Joseph Gayda ooooo A , W inter Quarter, 1955 William Hour .... 555555555 S pring Quarter, 1955 BUSINESS STAFF William Faughn .S..,11, Advertising Manager Clarence Kimball 1S11...1,11 Business Manager Cliver Ward Ford, Jr., Circulation Manager 'gtg u ah- f-f- 'NTTMSW S TOP: News Editor, Bill Hout, and reporters, Norma Hamnian, Nancy Thomas, Betty Hagerinan, and Shirley Hantz. CENTER: Sports Staff: Vern Peters, TVi1liam Jones, Donald Copeland, and Bruce Johnson. Agfa . , . . f -,iv .-,,,, y f 5 , A - . 'www 2 I R iff 5, BOTTOM: Fraternity Reporters: fstandingl Tom Endsley, Alpha Sigma Phi: Ed Ho-Shue, Beta Sigma Taug Bruce Johnson, Beta Phi Theta: Don Copeland, Phi Kappa: Robert Shinn, Sigma Phi Delta. SEATED: XVillis Oberhaus, fraternity editor: Norma I-Iamman, Kappa Tau Sigma sorority: and at right Gerald Rodmaker, Kappa Sigma Kappa. ORGANIZATIONAL IIEPOIITERS: Ronald G. Rumpf, Edward Ott, Byron Rouse: Erwin XVacker, Joseph Rose, John Jordan, XVilliam O'Brien, Don McKee, James C'. Nor- man, and Ed Middel. ORGANIZATION REPORTERS, STANDING: Nellis Greek, Ric-hard Mott, Joseph Alfieri, Roland Finn, John Taggart, Edward Ott, Leonard Rein-h, Norman Breyfogle: seat- ed: Gerald Lutz, Richard Frantom, XValt Brown, Jr., and Rim-hard Hodgin. OTHERS ON THE STAFF: Bob Jones, Billy J. Fisher, YVilliam XVeldon, John Hum- ber, James Fisher, Ilobert Kolodziey. ww wwf We MW9' M E x J' Y 915. . as 6 1 f-1 ABOVE: George Haddad, Dave Sears, Thomas Harris, Douglas Mowat, 'VVilliam XXY2.Tlgl61', YVi1liam Hall, and Norman Breyfogle, fseatedl go over the business report of the 1955 Modulus. BELOXV: Business and editorial Staff members, standing: YViI1is Olaerhaus, Ronald XVitthohn, Lyle Sliaffstall, Leonard Reich, TVilliam Hall, and Dave Sears. Seated: George Haddad, Nm-man l51'eyfog'le, Thomas Harris, Jack Edwards and Douglas Mowat. jim, 7955 'Wlodulzw Everett Meyers Edifor-In-Chief Howard Sisson Walt. Brown, Jr. Photo Editor Layout Editor dlumml d6Al!.Clkl.fLbl'l, Welcome to membership in the Tri-State I College Alumni Association. You are well deserving of this privilege. We who have preceded you in your pres- ent achievement, offer this sage and old ad- vice: "One only grows as one learns and applies said learning to material thingsf, Thus it is that you who have reached this milestone in your life should not engage in retrospection but should look forward to broadening yourself in your chosen field Joseph R. Teagno that you might achieve your life's ambi- tions to better serve yourself and humanity. If any of the members of the Board of Directors of the Tri-State College Alumni Association can at any time be of assistance to you in any activity, do not hesitate to call upon us. Sincerely, JOSEPH TEAGNO TRI-STATE COLLEGE ALUMNI ASSOCIATON Joseph Teagno, President Lilah Gilbert, Srrrefary Milton Aronstam, Vicc'-Pwsidezrzf Col. E. Boynton Abbott, Trcfaszzrer DIRECTORS: George B. Ashton, Roy Averill, Robert T. Cunningham, Franklin Ford, John Michael, C. A. Wiken, Bernard L. Davis Cex-ofhcioj. ALUMNI MEMBERS, COLLEGE BOARD OF TRUSTEES: Owen R. Bangs, Samuel D. Summers. ALUMNI CHAPTERS PRESIDENTS Chicago, Illinois J. G. Stemples, Highland Park Cleveland, Ohio David E. Hall Columbus, Indiana Dr. Duane D. Yoder Connecticut Chapter Paul J. Cubeta, Noroton Heights East Penn Chapter fljennsylvaniaj Donald L. Greene, Reiffton Fort Wayne, Indiana Paul Spears Jackson, Michigan William P. Lentell Long Island Chapter Joseph G. Eederowski, Mineola, L. I. Miami Valley Chapter Earl Gieseman, Dayton, Ohio Pittsburgh Chapter W. M. Ritchey Southern California Chapter Wayne Larson, Altadena St. Joseph Valley Chapter James W. Troyer, Mishawaka, Indiana Tri-City Chapter, Michigan Vern A. Bourassa, Saginaw CMidland-Bay City-Saginawj gil, '11, The staff of the 1955 Modulus is grateful for the sincere and wholehearted co- operation and assistance given in the preparation of this yearbook. Our appreciation cannot be expressed in mere words. Everyone who had a part in its preparation, on the campus and in the community, the purchasers, the advertisers, and all who aided in any way will be remembered with appreciation for their efforts. THE 1955 MODULUS STAFF Everett E. Meyers tsrt Editor-in-Chief Willis Oberhaus ,ss.sts iAssociatc Editor EDITORIAL STAFF Howard Sisson st,. Photographic Editor Walt Brown, Jr. William Crothers Ronald Witthohn William Wangler Leonard Reich David Sears Lay-Out Editor EE,.---.Sports Editor James Betts Lyle Shaffstall Roland Finn Norman Breyfogle -Business Manager Douglas Mowat ss,. Asst. Busifzess Mgr. BUSINESS STAFF William Hall ..r.,,,,rssr,.,,stt, Book Safes Thomas Harris .,,,r.,..,...... Advertising SALES STAFF George Haddad Philip Siegfried Bob Jones William Wangler Joseph Giammalva R. D. Thimlar Edward Ho-Shue Herman Kunte William Edwards OUR COMPLIMENTS T0 THE 1955 MGDULUS S K SMITH COMPANY New York Chicago Los Angeles Yearbook Covers FOR PICTURES OF D1sT1NcT1oN MORELAND STUDIO Southwest Side of Square FRATERNITY PERSONAL MODULUS PICTURES 0 O cc 99 A .m,y,,4.,,,1g, Hffy. jam- 3, , X . , f . aunumM.wMf4wwMw,w,M.,,A May Your Success Be Our Reward BEST WISHES ACADEMIC AND ADMINISTRATIVE STAFFS Of TRI-STATE COLLEGE 4-W,-.-...-.. """""""""""' Watkins 81 Croxton Insurance Service GENERAL INSURANCE Angola Phone 61 Indiana The WEATHERH EAD Co. ANGOLA DIVISION Gasoline and Oil Proof Flexible Hose Drain Codes-Tzzbe Fiffilzgs Punch Press and Azzfonzfziic Screw Maflgme Producfs COMPLIMENTS OF Steuben County Auto Dealers Assn. SELECT TI-IE DEALERS FIRST Angola, Indiana SUNRISE DAIRY . '.. "' " ' 'f'f ,wwf COMPLIMENTS OF Compliments of 0 DANIEL Trl-State Shank Lumber lanes David Yarian CQMPANY Phone S22 307 W. Gilmore "Euc'1fy1'f9i11g fo bzzilcz' wifff' Congratulations . . . We Cozzgmizzlafcf the Moclzzlzzs Staff 011 II ctijfcezzlf job well flour. Tlarozzgla their efforts floe Moclulus will rcmaizz as fl ClJC'l'lSl9C'tl nzenzory of College' days mm' College friemls. STEUBEN PRINTING CUMPANY 6 Trinting That Pleases " " 1 ' ' I Compliuzefzfs of Northern Indiana Public Service Co. Merle D. Tucker, District Manager THE RENDEZVOUS CAFE Flowers For All Occasions Sharon Ann Floral Shop Fred and Jane Boedecker 107 E. Maumee St. Phone 178 11, ,,,, , , , , , . mA,,,4Mg, Compliments of Steuben County Farm Bureau Cooperative Association, Inc. Gasoline - Lubricants Feeds - Fertilizer - Seeds - Fence Lumber - Coal """""""""' Tri-Sfafe Sfzzdenis lVe1c'onze fo Angola If is our desire fo serve you well. SEAGLY BROTHERS HARDWARE AND APPLIANCES BULK AND BOTTLED GAS SERVCE Compliments PERLEY'S LIQUOR STORE Rear of Hotel Hendry ROg6P,S Drug Store, Inc. Wfzlgzfeezz Agency Phone 307 Angola, Indiana Public Square Steuben County R. E. M. C. Serving Fcnfnz Conznznnzfy in Steuben, DeKalb and LaGrange Counfies -ii 1- Fri" A ' ' ww - , M... .M ..Q5z4!z.,.,144.4fM4,,,,4,M:..4.,,,uf,,,,..,,, ., COMPLIMENTS of HEETS DIL CO. l I XX rphllllpsf HEATER OIL FURNACE OIL Prom pf Deliveries Phone 66 Angola Compliments of Compliments of Rainbow Morris BEAUTY Restaurant and GIFT SHOP Between the Theatres Phone 467 Angola, Incl. Compliments of the MODEL Drug Store Food Market me mgxam ,mm Fine Foods for Fine Folks E5ff'bli5'I9ed 1885 No. West and Gilmore Sts. Phone 389 Compliments to the Class of 55 DRUNK POKAGUN ORANGE Compliments Mc BRIDES Dependable Dry Cleaning Phone 277 CCMPLIMENTS OF E Merfs Wear Stores STROCICS T ED'S JARRARITS Angola, Indiana -w--1----1------ Th Compliments of t N JACOB INSURANCE SERVICE Angola Phone 102 Indiana e Best of Everything o a ice Bunch of Fellows "STEVE" LAKELAND RADIO SUPPLY Compliments of - Taylor 's - Tri-State Motel AND GIFT SHOP North Edge of Angola on U. S. 27 Phone 157-L Compliments of HEIDELBERG CAFE A Phone 10.6 Angola, Indiana 40 years of dependable serviee fo our eusfomers Frigidaire-Maytag-HoovenSiegler-Tappan-Philgas Home Appliances-Gulbransen Pianos Arvin, Sparton and Admiral Television and Radios Philgas Bottled Gas Everything for the Well Dressed Woman Harmalfs Ladies Shoppe LIFE SAVERS SUITS RICEMOR COATS-SUITS MOJUD LINGERIE-HOSIERY ACCESSORIES COSTUME JEWELRY S0 Public Square Phone 171 WITH THE COMPLIMENTS OF The Gas Service Company Coldwater, Michigan Metered Propane Gas for Commercial and Industrial Uses Established 193 1 'uv'-'Hr""'ll-I" First National Bank of Angola ,I Phone 1 if '-N, , .M We Appreciate Students Accounts M Member Federal System and Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. VISIT DUKE'S SNACK BAR BREAKFAST-LUNCH-DINNER COMPLETE FOUNTAIN SERVICE 217 W. Maumee Street Angola, Indiana Ruth and Keitlo Dailey, Props. Fred E. mith DISTINCTIVE GIFTS Greeting Cards Decorative Accessories Public Square Angola, Indiana EXPRESSWAYS, INC, ENGRAVFRS roar WAYNE, INDIANA , s e ,...A-0355 C g fulations fo th Class of 'SS Angola Distributors, Inc Angola Dry Cleaners Every piece receives individual attention Tuttle's Jewelry 108 W. Maumee St. KEEPSAKE DIAMONDS Gruen - Elgin Watches Girard - Perregaux Compliments Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Doyle Your Beverage Dealers Compliments of Commercial Towel Service 203 East Wallace St. Fort Wayne, Indiana Allen County Food Distributors Dependable Service Where ever FOOD is SOLD or SERVED Maxwell House Restaurant COFFEE Durkee's Salad Products P0st's Cereals Snider's Catsup ALLEN COUNTY FOOD DISTRIBUTORS 2030 Weisser Park Fort Wayne .0 .0 PATRONS: ANGOLA DRI-GAS STORE ANGOLA STATE BANK G AND K NEWSTAND H. 86 S. STANDARD SERVICE HAMMA FEED 85 SUPPLY KAY'S POULTRY LIECHTY JEWELERS SELF SERVICE LAUNDRY DR. R. C. SNOOK TRIBOLET Sc TO 51.00 STORE TRI-STATE IMPROVEMENT VAN,S SPORT SHOP WILLIS LOVE COMPANY W. R. THOMAS STORE I a A I 5 9 i F E E ! ,n E f li '1 5 f 5 E I 1 ' 1 - ' -r-- f- 'Tl- BEST WISHES OF GOOD LUCK DIXIE RESTAURANT THE DINER 301 W. Maumee Short Orders Open All Night Open till 12 Midnight Com plimerzfs of D K Compliments Best of Luck CLINE,S STUDIO to the Class of 'SS iv- "M 'V' Compliments Of Bledsees Beach - X f A A ,A --We Q' Lake James Angola, Indiana 7.1. I 1 l E E l is 2 2 i 5 1 l l 1 -1--v gferg- an--.z-,. E COMPLIMENTS OF Subway Barber Shop Fisher's Barber Shop Clark's Barber Shop Complinzezzfs of Specialty Products Co 100C A TRI-STATE STUDENT EMPLOYEES Angola Dress Shop Your Key fo Better Fashions Muriel K. Smalley Phone 80 Angola, Indiana RECORDS BALDWIN'S 213 W. Maumee Street HOBBIES-SHEET MUSIC CCNGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF 'ss Compliments of The Brokaw Theatre Feafzufilzg Cilzenmsfopcf and Sfereopfaozzic Sound Always A Good Show T HERMF LEX CORPORATIUN Angola Indiana "TfJer111flc'x" Elecfric' Heafizzg Elements WILLIS DRUGS North Side Public Square Phone 23 Angola, Indiana Prescriptions Our Specialty Good Luck fo the Best es Class of '55 Trl-Staters CaPtai11'S Cahill 1lfSn?2era,fiOB3yC3EflT22 Service lEMlEY'S LAUNDRY DRY CLEANING Crooked Lake Angola, Ind. 203 W. Gilmore Phone S32 Opposite City Hall Compliments of Compliments f Angola O State Farm I I MCCOOL S nsuranoe Agent L. B. CATON Best of Luck to the 425 N. Wayne Street Class of '55 Phone 290 ,,,-, s , .,,.,. ,fA,,.w.z11.z,.,...,......1 .... ....--. . , , , S N E L L E Y'S Market and Slaughter House 8 Miles West of Angola on Route 20 then K2 Mile North Our Business Is Based O11 Qualify, Price and Service Phone Orland 5607 BEST WISHES F rom THE COLLEGE CAF ETERIA "On the CIIIIIPIISU COMPLIMENTS OF THE COLLEGE BOOK STORE CLEON WELLS, MANAGE "Where Tri-Sfate Students Relax" The College Recreation Hall wrap our future in steel . . . INLAND STEEL If you're a graduate, there's a place for you at Inland Steel Company. Inland is the largest independent steel company in the midwest area with a history of continuous progress since its founding in 1893. Yet, Inland is still small enough to recognize and reward individual ability and effort. HERE ARE SOME VITAL INLAND STAsTIcs: Rated ingot capacity aaaa.,..,.sts,.,ssasss,ss ........,sss., 5 ,000,000 tons Assets ,,,,,,,,,..,,,............,, ....,., S 460,686,798 Net Sales QI954j ..... .....aa S 533,113,301 Employees .s,,..,...t.... ........,... 2 6,749 INTEGRATION: Inland owns and operates its own ore and coal mines, limestone quarries, fleet. It makes its own pig iron and basic open hearth steel ingots. Inland also has steel warehousing and steel fabricating subsidiaries. PRINCIPAL PRODUCTS: Hot rolled sheets and strip, Cold rolled sheets and strip, Enameling iron sheets, Electrical sheets, Galvanized sheet products, Hot dipped tin plate, Electrolytic tin plate, Black plate, Plates, 4-WAY safety plate, Bars, I-II-BOND reinforcing bars, Structural shapes, Sheet piling, Fence posts, Sign posts, Rails, joint bars, Tie plates, Track spikes, Pig Iron, Coke chemicals, Special steels. PUT YOUR FUTURE IN STEEL. In peace or war ..,. steel is one of the nation's most im- portant resources. And, in peace or war .... Inland is one of the most important sup- pliers of steel to Midwest industry. Don't wait. Investigate the opportunities at In- land Steel Company now! SOUIIII Dearborn Street Chicago 3, Illinois Plants: Indiana Harbor, Indiana ' Chicago Heights, Illinois co 6 o f,f:'if2 0 4 NU F' xx 44 " m .ff Q X 04 ' ' l 0 0 , Y 4 7 : 1--..- fe:-' ::'1:?2 S 5. Q A. 4 1 -H2 sg . .As Q4 N 4 '-5: f. 1 fa ,4 1, f 351.3 ' gc . 4 f 1 , , ,Q . 5 Q 'F'-an mA,,.4 , MS. .. A .K V up ' 'V' Q Mlxaef I A V, 2342 . Q S t A' A vw " me . 3 - 'i Q ' 1 ' 2' 14 55.522 , I W 1 ' """' 5: f - LIL. . , , 35i1'!?:i, A


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