Trine University - Modulus Yearbook (Angola, IN)

 - Class of 1956

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mm SSsff.mii ,aiiilgis!£g , iy U t- 3 « m ...vwm mff n ■ • u-w — »re v . ; r If ' 1 : I . — 1 1 j 1 1 [ mn: LLiJ n; in DLL: rdr-iri . i. . : A ver re un ' Whith£y Faav Scorer r - Ctrl Bnor.n W Almni jtri ' ntmr t ■Jff r The staff of the 1956 Modulus is sincerely grateful to Professor Harry Stelling for his untiring efforts in the publication of this book. When news reached the students that there would be no 1956 Modulus, the campus was in a state of frus¬ tration but no one wished to lead a group to get it back. Through the Student Council, Professor Stelling, with a few students, prepared a report which was instrumental in the return of the yearbook. The staff is deeply indebted to Professor Stelling who gave so will¬ ingly of his time that this yearbook might be a success. This book is dedicated to Roy A. Fruehauf, who is a member of the Board of Trustees at Tri-State College. Every student will benefit from Mr. Fruehauf ' s addition to the board, for it was he who was instrumental in the inauguration of the Motor Transportation course now being offered. Mr. Fruehauf has also of¬ fered numerous scholarships to qualifying students. We, the staff of the 1956 Modulus, wish to thank Mr. Fruehauf for his untiring efforts to make Tri-State College a bigger and better college. Dedication foreword This has probably been the most difficult yearbook ever published at Tri-State College. Upon entering into the year 1956, the Modulus was something of a bygone day. Through the efforts of a few students the Modulus was again brought to life. I hope this yearbook will be cherished by all as you thumb through it and recall your college joys. I would like to take this opportunity to thank the members of the staff who gave so willingly of their time and efforts to help make this book a success. Editor-in-Chief 1956 Modulus Entrance Zo Zri-State College To the Members of the Graduating Classes: Each of you is to be congratulated for at least two reasons. First, because you chose a goal in higher education and second, because you achieved it. In so doing you have set yourself apart from the majority of yourfellow citizens in your age group. As one recent commence¬ ment speaker so aptly expressed it, you have become the un¬ common man and woman. This is a well deserved distinction now and it will continue so as long as you make the best use possible of your education and training. It is apparent, therefore, that the end of your formal educa¬ tion is but the threshold of new opportunities and new respon¬ sibilities. For every one of you it is our wish that you recognize your opportunities with eagerness and enthusiasm and our hope that you will meet and discharge your responsibilities with courage and conviction. Theodore T. Wood, President Hoard Of ' Directors Mark Woodhal I Chairman, Board of Directors Owen R. Bangs Perry T. Ford Joseph R. Teagno Ray Alwood Howard Boomershine Lewis B. Hershey $■§£ " . fffMIl ' irW ’ Walter W. Walb Dr. Don Cameron Hermon Phillips Frankl in H. Wei Is Lawrence L. Dresser Henry R. Platt Administrative Staff Eleanor Tarbell Gambardella Librarian Will iam F . Thomas Director of Placement Roy C. Bod ie Director of Publications Lucy Emerson Director of New Services Jonas Crisman Director of Housing Paul Taylor Cleon E. Wells Public Relations Assistant Bookstore Manager Fred Munn Superintendent Bessie Stuart Cafeteria Manager Charles S. Leman, Sr. Manager Tri-Stan Housing Harvey Wilson Recreation Hall Manager Helen Brown Assistant Placement Director Quintin J. Hawthorne Cecil Hauber Aeronautical Engineering Civil Engineering D e P a r t tH e yi t a l Stefan J. Slanina Harold R. Hoolihan Clyde E. Shaw Chemical Engineering Commerce Electrical Engineering Paul A. Nurnberger Mathematics and Science Harry R. Stelling English and Speech John C. Humphries Mechanical Engineering Leland S. Ax Radio Engineering Kenneth Steele Phys ics Charles M. Libove Department Of Aeronautical Engineering Quintin J. Hawthorne The field of Aeronautical Engineering, in its infancy only two decades ago, has rapidly be¬ come an established member of the engineering family. Continuous changes, developments, and advancements make this profession the most challenging of them all. In order that the student may be suitably prepared for entry into the profession, the course in Aeronautical Engineering has been organized in such a way that it is thorough in basic theory and yet sufficiently flexible in applied theory that it may be varied to fit developments in the field. A well-rounded foundation in physics, chemistry, mathematics, mechanics, and machine design supports both basic theory and applications in Aerodynamics, Aircraft Engines, Aircraft Design, and Stress Analysis. Wind tunnel testing and structural testing supplement class work in aerodynamics and structures. The goal of the course arrangement is to give the student suf¬ ficient specialized training to prepare him for entry into the specific field of Aeronautical En¬ gineering and yet not overemphasize Aeronautics to such degree that he may be unsuited in other fields of engineering. Aeronautical Laboratory Left to Right; Professor Stefan J. Slanina, Head of Department, Professor Harold E. Mills, Pro¬ fessor Edward J. Pavel, Professor Raymond Porter. ' Department Of Chemical engineering Due to rapid industrial development, there has been a growing demand for men trained in both chemistry and engineering. The chemical engineer may find employment in a great variety of industries, such as the refining of petroleum into Gasoline, lubricating oils, and waxes; production of coal products, coke gas, light oil, and tar; processing of this tar into dyes, drugs, perfumes,; wood pulp pro¬ ducts; the manufacture of sulfuric acid, caustic soda, chlorine, and other chemicals; tanning leather; manufacture of soap and organic chemicals; cement, pottery, and other ceramic products; the extraction of metals from ores, and their purification. The chemical engineer sometimes begins his work in the chemical laboratory which makes necessary a knowledge of analytical chemistry. Even in later work this knowledge helps in the proper interpretation of analytical reports. CHEMICAL LABORATORY ' -M ' 3 Am ' : L JMD p - jp3j , j | r l - |JH ' . 9 I ...» i ' Department Of Civil Engineering The work of the Civil Engineering course is intended to teach the students the fundamentals of civil engineering practice, and to point out the importance of sound theory as the basis of all practical engineering problems. It is also intended to give the sources from which they can find the information necessary to make successful surveyors, highway, municipal, and railroad engi¬ neers, and to help structural engineers in timber, steel, and concrete design. The civil engineer does not always achieve his greatest success from his background of technical training, although the habit of thought acquired during this period often trains him for executive and administrative work. The planning and executing of important work bring to the surface qualities of leadership. Biographies of great men reveal that many of them were civil engineers. The exactness of reasoning instilled in the mind of the student is such that he be¬ comes a thinker and a builder who can build and organization as well as a structure. When one considers the many different branches of the work and the possibilities of each, it seems reasonable to think that one’s opportunities are unlimited in this great field. HiCHlOA N ANGOLA SOUTj lA PORTE ■JL.. ii Li | 1 j owe ' i H ' Department Of Electrical Engineering Seated left to right: Professor Oscar Nelson, Laboratory Instructor; Professor Clyde E. Shaw, Head of Depart¬ ment of Electrical Engineering; Professor W. R. Gil¬ christ, Instructor; Professor A. E. Eberhadt, Instructor. Since Benjamin Franklin ' s experiments, electricity has revolutionized our life. Electric power, its generation, transmission, and utilization " on land, at sea, and in the air,” in indus¬ try and in the household are the concern of the electrical engineer. Electrical standards and codes are being raised to higher levels, and the call is for properly trained men who can work up to the highly responsible positions. The Department of Electrical Engineering was founded at Tri-State in 1909. The 300 Building houses this department. A well-balanced course in electrical engineer¬ ing requires not only the necessary application of mathematics and science as taught in the classroom, but such laboratory work and drill as will offer the student a chance to apply the theory he has learned in the class room, thus equipping him to enter the many electrical engineering vocations upon the completion of his course. Electrical uBuini, T)eparintent Of Mechanical Engineering left - right: Prof. John C. Humphries, Head of Dept.; Prof. Douglas Barton; Prof. A. V. Andolina; Prof. Ramsay Jackson; Prof. Raymond H. Hemmert. The field of mechanical engineering is es¬ sentially basic, borrowing, as it does, funda¬ mentals from all other fields of engineering, and permeating all of our present day indus¬ trial world. It would be difficult to name any field of industry in which mechanical engineer¬ ing problems are not met. These problems have their origin in the design, the manufacture, the choice, and the operation of mechanical equip¬ ment. This equipment may be used in manufac¬ turing anything from a needle to an ocean liner, or it may be used in transportation by land or sea or air. It may be used in power production, in heating and air conditioning, in refrigeration, in agriculture, in steel making or in any ofthe other phases and fields of industry. The mechanical engineer may find his work in problems involving the economic choice of equipment. With such detailed knowledge of equipment and its functions, the mechanical engineer is well fitted for the profession of sales engineering. Works management is another field in which the mechanical engineer often specializes. Indeed the basic nature of a good mechanical engineering course, can be said to form the ground work for many types of work in al most any industry. MECHANICAL LABORATORIES ' Department Of Kadio Engineering The technical course in Radio En¬ gineering is methodically arranged to include only essential subjects. The curriculum embraces instruction by text book lecture, laboratory drafting, and designing practice. The Radio En¬ gineering graduate is expected to possess a mastery of radio circuits and apparatus, as well as all those fundamental sub¬ jects which form the basis for professional engineering prac tice. In order that the student be able to gain a real knowledge of Radio Engineer¬ ing and its various phases, he must have a thorough appreciation of physi¬ cal theory, a clear understanding of chemical principles, and a broad working knowledge of mathematics. This training is accomplished in the class rooms through lectures and home study. It is imperative, however, that this work be supplemented with extensive laboratory practice and report writing. v ' Department Of Commerce Harold R. Hoolihan Wayne Champion Robert Cook Ronald Pufahl Head of Department The work in the Department of Commerce is designed to qualify the student for one of the many responsible positions in the field of modern business. The course is so outlined that the first four terms are devoted to general foundation courses of accounting, business law, economics and finance. These courses are followed by more specialized instructions in the fields of ad¬ vertising, credit, purchasing, selling and transportation. A twelve-term course in administrative engineering is also included in the department ' s curriculum. There was a time when business executives felt that it was not necessary for men entering the field of business to possess a formal education. There grows today, however, an ever in¬ creasing demand for college graduates with a foundation of general business elements to fill vacancies for responsible positions. It is an accepted fact t hat formal instructions will shorten apprenticeship necessary to fill these positions. COMMERCIAL LABORATORIES Basic Engineering Physics . . . Mathematics . . . English . . . Drawing. These intensive courses, the first phase of any engineering curriculum, provide a Foundation for the specialized subjects in each field. Prof. Victor 0. Julien, Prof. Charles D. Kenyon, Prof. Richard E. Leatherman, Prof. Lester W. Long, Prof. Kenneth Steele; Head; Physics Dept. Prof. John Tressler, Prof. Hurst Slomiker, Prof. Harry R. Stelling; Head; English Dept., Prof. Carl Becker, Prof. Ross A. Butler. Prof. A. A. Hockey, Prof. Paul A. Nurnberger; Head; Mathematics and Science Dept., Prof. Lyle D. Oleson, Prof. Minard F. Rose, Prof. Harry Whittern. BASIC ENGINEERING LABORATORIES M Engineers jCament The time had come to take the toll Of an engineer’s reckoning on St. Peter ' s scroll, St. Peter paused and looked again, “Oh No, " said he, " not another Tri-State man!’ Come on son, now take your turn, Your deeds of the past I must learn. " The more recent records did say, That I have certainly had my day. Let’s not forget how I did strive In the drafty house on Victory Drive, Each stress and strain I had to bear Are carefully recorded for all to hear, It was a rough and weary grind Of the life in Angola which I left behind. The nights were short and the days so long. Nothing went right, evreything wrong-- The summers were hot, the winters bleak. The bills kept piling at my feet, My rent was paid until last fall, But water was free with rust and all. They raised the tuition and changed the books, They bled me my money those learned crooks! The alarm went off with the rise of sun. My 20 hour day had just begun, Sipped some coffee and grabbed my books, A glance in the mirror to check my looks. The reflection there was no surprise, I was always there with bleary eyes. A skip and a hop, I was off on time Made it to Steam right at, nine. Couldn ' t be late, couldn’t be slow, Hemmert’s glare was a deadly blow. Next in line was Strength at ten, I didn ' t have the strength to lift my pen, Byers the teacher, was often on a rage. Each day’s assignment, 3 chapters to the page LEU bim DONAHUE ■e ms. ' M • ? Bulr Kulia Li«k Ccta, PKk-lUriod KSi ibrct Twisty Ww»- My lunch hour varied from ten till four, A sandwich with indigestion and work some more Twelve to one found me in Mechanism I always left there with worry-ism Holcomb said, " Now get this straight, If you don’t learn this, you’ll meet your fate, Again at two, I was on the go To Oleson’s class, the so and so, " Boys tomorrow, " he’d say with glee, " A full hours test in Mechanics Three Labs, a must, in every quarter, A living proof I was a martyr. The blood to sweat on those machines, Reports to prove that I had been. The teachers, the classes, the writers cramp, Deciphering files by the mid-night lamp. The dear Father Himself did scratch His head, Over some of the problems Mr. Humphries to us fed, I couldn’t keep up with Andolina, In Machine Design, was anyone keener? Some profs were omitted for lack of space. But all bull sessions showed few in grace, At every dinner my wife disclosed Hamburger dishes as cold as my toes, And coffee strong enough to send All my hair to stand on end. The evening descended all too soon There I’d sit in the smoke filled room. Bent over my desk and hoped to strive For answers to problems before morning arrivei And so, St. Peter, you have my story, Now I’ve come to claim my glory, St. Peter smiled and rang the bell Come in son, you’ve been to H—. • " $ mmSk in w- m sen w Seniors MaTtfc Seniors SVEN R. AHLMAN, Brooklyn, New York, B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; Senior Class, president; Tau Sigma Eta; Socie¬ ty of Automotive Engineers, Student Branch; Photo Society. ROBERT E. ALEXANDER, Monroeville, Ohio, B.S. in Radio Engineering; Radio Engineering Society, secretary. PETER H. ALMOND, Albemarle, North Carolina, B.S. in Chemical Engineering; Student Director; Who’s Who in American Colleges and Universities, 1954-55; American Chemi¬ cal Society, secretary; Student Affiliates; chairman, 1955 convention. ALVARO ANGEL, Bogota, Colombia, S. A., B.S. in Electrical Engineering; Electrical Engineering Society; Phi lota Alpha. JOHN ANTHONY, Toledo, Ohio, B.S. in Mechanical Engineering. PAUL AT¬ KINSON, New York, New York, B.S. in Business Administration; Sigma Mu Sigma, vice president; 1954 Modulus, lay-out editor; Financial and Legal Society, director; Booster Club. RAMIRO BESADA, Barranquilla, Colombia, S. A. B.S. in Civil Engineering; Phi lota Alpha, secretary. JERALD D. BIDLACK Oakwood, Ohio, B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; Mechanical Engineering Society, Vice-president. JAMES E. BISCANTO, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, B.S. in Electrical Engineering; Beta Sigma Tau, president; Electrical En¬ gineering Society, Tri-Angle reporter. TERRY R. BISHOP, Tampico, Illinois, B.S. in Civil Engineering; Kappa Sigma Kappa, Treasurer; Civil Engineering Society, Student Council representative. HARRY E. BLOSSER, Bryan, Ohio B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; Ameri¬ can Society of Tool Engineers, Tri- State Junior Division. RAYMOND R. BRECKENRIDGE, St. Marys, Penn- sylvania, B.S. in Chemical Engineering; Student Affiliates, American Chemical Society. ROGER C. BRUOT, Stryker, Ohio, B.S. in Radio Engineering; Radio Engineering Society. ROBERT A. CEPUCH, Seneca Falls, New York, B.S. in Radio Engineering; Radio En¬ gineering Society. 1 LEANDER M. CERMAK, Rochester, New York, B.S. in Aeronautical Engineering; Tri State Branch, Institute of Aeronau¬ tical Sciences; Flying Thunderbirds; Glider Club, secretary. DONALD L. CHAMBERS, Shelbyville, Indiana, B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; Tau Sigma Eta, treasurer; Student Council; Me¬ chanical Engineering Society; Varsity Basketball. CARMAN J. CHAPMAN, South Bend, Indiana, B.S. in Electrical Engineering. SALEM CHARLES, Grand Mere, Quebec, Canada, B.S. in Civil Engineering; Civil Engineering Society. DOUGLAS A. CLARK, Cooperstown, New York, B.S. in Civil Engineering; Civil Engineering Society, program director. CARLOS LUIS CORRALES, Heredia, Costa Rica, C.A., B.S. in Civil En¬ gineering; Phi lota Alpha, secretary; Civil Engineering Society. ANN B. CUNNINGHAM, Clarkston, Michigan, B.S. in Accounting; Alpha Beta Alpha, vice president, secretary; Silver Key; Who ' s Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges; Sigma Ep¬ silon Society, secretary; Rifle Club, secretary; Booster Club, secretary; Financial and Legal Society, secretary; Prom and Prom Favor Committees; Stu¬ dent CounciI; Varsity Rifle Team; Cheer¬ leader; Modulus representative; Tri- Angle reporter; Tri-State Homemaker; Band. WALTER B. CUNNINGHAM, III Kittanning, Pennsylvania, B.S. in Busi¬ ness Administration; Sigma Epsilon Society; Financial and Legal Society, president; Tri-State Chapter, Junior Chamber of Commerce, director; Beta Phi Theta; Prom Committee; Booster Club, Rifle Club. HENRY 0. DENMAN, JR., Elkhart, Indiana, B.S. in Electrical Engineering; Electrical Engineering Society. ADNAN N. DIMESHKEYEH, Beirut, Lebanon, B.S. in Aeronautical Engineering; Tri-State Branch, Institute of Aeronautical Sciences. WILLIAM R. EASTEP, JR., Hoi I idaysburg, Pennsyl¬ va nia, B.S. in Accounting; Sigma Ep¬ silon Society; Booster Club, Band. GREGORY J. EHALT, Mound, Minnesota, B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; Senior Class, treasurer; Alpha Sigma Phi, vice president; Mechanical Engineering So¬ ciety; Electrical Engineering Society; Society of Automotive Engineers, stu¬ dent branch; American Society of Tool Engineers, Tri-State Junior Division; Rifle and Pistol Team; 550 Club; Var¬ sity Baseball. JOHN A. ELBLE, Alton, Illinois, B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; Mechanical Engineering Society; So¬ ciety of Automotive Engineers, student branch. THOMAS C. ENDSLEY, Indi¬ anapolis, Indiana, B.S. in Business Ad¬ ministration; Sigma Epsilon Society; Alpha Sigma Phi, president; Financial and Legal Society, Tri-Angle reporter. Seniors STASYS ERLINGIS, Worchester, Mass¬ achusetts, B.S. in Business Adminis¬ tration; Student Director; Sigma Epsilon Society; vice president; Student Speaker; Financial and Legal Society. CHARLES T. FANCHER, Detroit, Michigan, B.S. in Civil Engineering; Civil Engineering Society; Alpha Sigma Phi, vice presi¬ dent; Financial and Legal Society; Booster Club. GERARD JOSEPH FLAN¬ IGAN, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada, B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; Mechanical Engineering Society, secretary; Society of Automotive Engineers, student branch; Kappa Sigma Kappa, president; Inter-Fraternity council, vice president; Student Council, treasurer; Skull and Bones, C.O.A., Rifle Club; Tri-Angle fraternity editor. ERIC A. FONG-YEE, Kingston, Jamaica, British West Indies, B.S. in Civil Engineering; Chinese Club, president; International Students Associ¬ ation, vice president. JOSEPH N. GAYDA, Chicago, Illinois, B.S. in Accounting; Alpha Beta Alpha, presi¬ dent; Skull and Bones, C.O.A., presi¬ dent; Who’s Who Among Students in American Colleges and Universities; Student Council; Inter-Fraternity Coun¬ cil; Alpha Sigma Phi, treasurer; Sigma Epsilon Society, president; Financial and Legal Society, director; Tri-Angle, editor-in-chief; Booster Club; Tri-State Chapter, Junior Chamber of Commerce. CARL D. GECOWETS, Hicksville, Ohio, B.S. in Civil Engineering; Tau Sigma Eta; Sigma Phi Delta, president. MAX E. GLASS, Auburn, Indiana, B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; Silver Key; Tau Sigma Eta. ROGER CECIL GOBLE Fayette, Ohio, B.S. in Civil Engineering; Civil Engineering Society. CARLOS E. GOMEZ, Caracas, Venezuela, S.A., B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; Student Director; Phi lota Alpha, president; Glider Club, vice president. ROBERT D. GOODFELLOW, Altoon, Pennsylvania, B.S. in Mechanical Engineering. ARLISS J. GORBY, Negley, Ohio, B.S. in Me¬ chanical Engineering; Mechanical En¬ gineering Society; Beta Phi Theta, president. SUEKI HARAGUCHI, Hono¬ lulu, Hawaii, B.S. in Radio Engineering; Radio Engineering Society. CHARLES L. HARDING, Berrien Springs, Michigan, Certificate in Engineering Drawing and Design; Glee Club; Tri-State Chris¬ tian Fellowship. THOMAS E. HARRIS, Madrid, Iowa, B.S. in Business Ad¬ ministration; Sigma Epsilon Society; Mechanical Engineering Society; Alpha Sigma Phi, secretary; 1955 Modulus, advertising manager; Student Council. Seniors Seniors WILLIAM L. HAUFFE, Lincoln, Illinois, B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; Society of Automotive Engineers, student branch, vice-chairman; American Society Tool Engineers, Tri-State Junior Division; Mechanical Engineering Society. NOR- ' ' f MAN E. HEMINGER, Shipshewana, Indiana, Certificate in Engineering Drawing and Des ign;; Society of Automo¬ tive Engineers, student branch; Tri- State Branch, Institute of Aeronautical Sciences; Flying Thunderbirds. BENJA¬ MIN F. HESLER, Clayton, New York, B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; Tau Sigma Eta, treasurer; American Society of Tool Engineers, Tri-State Junior Division, treasurer. LESLIE M. HIGA, Honolulu, Hawaii, B.S. in Radio En¬ gineering; Radio Engineering Society. RICHARD A. HODGIN, Lansing, Michi¬ gan, B.S. in Business Administration; Silver Key; Sigma Epsilon Society;; SkulI and Bones, C.O.A.; Athletic Board of Control, secretary; Student Council, president, campus publications repre¬ sentative; Tri-Angle, editor-in-chief; Kappa Sigma Kappa, vice president; Financial and Legal Society. DARWIN P. HOOSE, South Bend, Indiana, B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; Society of Automotive Engineers, student branch. JOHN D. HOVARTER, Corunna, Indiana, B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; Society of Automotive Engineers, student branch, secretary; American Society of Tool Engineers, Tri-State Junior Divi¬ sion, Tri-Angle reporter; Mechanical Fngineering Soc iety.WILLI AM P. HOWE Owosso, Michigan, B.S. in Civil En¬ gineering; Civil Engineering Society. JOHN W. HUMBER, Royal Oak, Michi¬ gan, B.S. in Business Administration; Sigma Epsilon Society; Alpha Sigma Phi, treasurer; Tri-Angle, organizations editor. RONALD E. IRONS, Linesville, Pennsylvania, B.S. in Radio Engineering; Tau Sigma Eta; Student Council; Radio Engineering Society; president; Inter- Fraternity Council; Kappa Sigma Kappa. KENNETH JOHN JAMRUS, Mount Clemens, Michigan, B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; Mechanical Engineering Society. BRUCE F. JOHNSON, Chicago, Illinois, B.S. in Business Administra¬ tion; Beta Phi Theta, president; Inter- Fraternity Council, sports manager; Tri-Angle, sports, fraternity editor; Financial and Legal Society, vice president; Booster Club; Varsity Base¬ ball. MILTON L. JONES, Mansfield, Ohio, B.S. in Business Administration; Gold Key; Alpha Beta Alpha; Who’s Who Among Students in American Col¬ leges and Universities; Sigma Epsilon Society, secretary; Beta Phi Theta, president; 550 Club, Tri-Angle reporter for Beta Phi Theta, and Booster Club. ORVILLE K. JONES, Williamsburg, Kentucky, B.S. in Aeronautical En¬ gineering; Tri-State Branch, Institute of Aeronautical Sciences. WILLIAM D, JONES, East Liverpool, Ohio, B.S. in Civil Engineering. WILLIAM T. JONES, Minneapolis, Minnesota, B.S. in Business Administra¬ tion; Sigma Epsilon Society, treasurer; Alpha Sigma Phi, president; Tri-Angle, business manager; Skull and Bones, C. O.A. 550 Club. JOHN W. JORDAN, Joliet, Illinois, B.S. in Radio Engineer¬ ing; Tau Sigma Eta;; Student Director; Radio Engineering Society, Vice pres¬ ident; Tri-Angle staff. MAURICE L. KELSEY, Amboy, Indiana, B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; American Society of Tool Engineers, Tri State Junior Division. FRANK K.H. KIM, Honolulu, Hawaii, B.S. in Civil Engi¬ neering; Civil Engineering Society, treasurer; Senior Class vice president; Student Council. LEONARD A. KOYAMA, Lahaina, Hawaii, B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; Society of Automotive Engineers, student branch; Mechanical Engineering Society; Sigma Phi Delta. EUGENE F. KUNST, Grand Rapids, Michigan, B.S. in Mechanical Engineer- Society of Automotive Engineers, student branch; Mechanical Engineering Socie¬ ty. RALPH G. LANDRUM, Marion, Indiana, B.S. in Accounting; Sigma Epsi¬ lon Society; Kappa Sigma Kappa; his¬ torian; Inter-Fraternity Council; Com¬ mercial League Bowling. DAVID E. LARGE, Sturgis, Michigan, Certificate in Engineering Drawing and Design. RICHARD E. LASHER, Auburn, New York, B.S. in Aeronautical Engineering; Tri-State Branch, Institute of Aeronau¬ tical Sciences, vice president; Society of Automotive Engineers, student branch; Who’s Who Among Students in American Colleges and Universities; Alpha Gamma Upsilon, corresponding secretary; Financial and Legal Socie¬ ty; Inter-Fraternity Council. LUIS G. LAZARUS, Tegucigalpa, Honduras, B.S. in Civil Engineering; Phi lota Alpha. GORDON C. LEATHERS, Kalamazoo, Michigan, B.S. in Chemical Engineering; Student Affiliates, American Chemical Society, secretary; Kappa Sigma Kappa, vice president; Inter- Fraternity Council; Student Council; Financial and Legal Society. DAVID L. LEVERS, Massillon, Ohio, B.S. in Radio Engineering; Tau Sigma Eta; Radio Engineering Society; Glee Club. THOMAS E. LIMP, Kentland, Indiana, B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; Me¬ chanical Engineering Society. ROBERT J. LITTLE, Middle Grove, Illinois; B.S. in Civil Engineering; Civil Engineering Society, treasurer; Senior Class, secre¬ tary. JAMES F. LODDER, Marceline, Missouri, B.S. in Mechanical Engineer¬ ing; American Society of Tool Engineers, Tri-State Junior Division, secretary; Society of Automotive Engineers, stu¬ dent branch; Mechanical Engineering Society; Alpha Gamma Upsilon, pledge- master. Seniors Engineering; Tau Sigma Eta, president; Radio Engineering Society, president; Student Director. ROBERT B. MC DOWELL, Silver Spring, Maryland, B.S. in Radio Engineering; Radio Engineering Society. ROBERT M. MCKNIGHT, Oak Park, Illinois, B.S. in Mechanical En¬ gineering; American Society of Tool Engineers, Tri-State Junior Division; Society of Automotive Engineers, stu¬ dent branch; Mechanical Engineering Society. RAY A. MCSHURLEY, Muncie, Indiana, B.S. in Business Administra¬ tion; Sigma Epsilon Society; Beta Phi Theta, vice president. Booster Club, vice president; Student Council. PAUL E. MALAGARI, Cadogan, Pennsylvania, B.S. in Electrical Engineering; Electri¬ cal Engineering Society, vice president. PHILLIP E. MARK, New Castle, In¬ diana, B.S. in Mechanical Engineering. LYLE E. MASSING, Elkhart, Indiana, B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; Alpha Gamma Upsilon, secretary; Varsity Basketball. RALPH F. MAVES, Sagi¬ naw, Michigan, B.S. in Business Ad¬ ministration. SAUL MEDRANOS, San Diego, California, B.S. in Chemical Engineering; Student Affiliates, Ameri¬ can Chemical Society; International Student Association. EVERETT E. r n , ' Upp Seniors MARION R. LONG, Elkhart, Indiana, B.S. in Business Administration; Sigma Epsilon Society; Junior Class, president; Beta Phi Theta; 550 Club; Financial and Legal Society. NELSON J. MC¬ CARTY, Detroit, Michigan, B.S. in Radio JOSEPH J. NETON, Chicago, Illinois, B.S. in Chemical Engineering; Student Affiliates, American Chemical Society, secretary; Kappa Sigma Kappa, chap¬ lain; Inter-Fraternity Council, KEITH H. NEWNAM, Angola, Indiana, B.S. in Business Administration. JOSEPH H. NISSIM, Jerusalem, Israel, B.S. in Electrical Engineering; Electrical En¬ gineering Society. JAMES C. NORMAN, East Palestine, Ohio, B.S. in Mechani¬ cal Engineering; Beta Phi Theta, secre¬ tary; Booster Club, vice president; Student Council; Varsity Golf. WESLEY EDWARD NOWICKI, Kapuskasing, Ontario, Canada, B.S. in Civil En¬ gineering; Civil Engineering Society; Student Council. ROGER H. NYHLEN, Rouyn, Noranda, Quebec, B.S. in Civil Engineering; Tau Sigma Eta; Sigma Mu Sigma, vice president; Civil Engineering Society; Financial and Legal Society; Tri-State Chapter, Junior Chamber of Commerce. JOHN T. O’BRIANT, Ar¬ lington, Virginia, B.S. in Aeronautical Engineering; Tri-State Branch, In¬ stitute of Aeronautical Sciences, chair¬ man. EDWARD S. PALMER, Union, Missouri, B.S. in Aeronautical Engi¬ neering; Tri-State Branch, Institute of Aeronautical Sciences, secretary; Tri- State Christian Fellowship, secretary, Tri-Angle reporter. PHILLIP A. PAR¬ KER, Niles, Michigan, B.S. in Radio Engineering; Radio Engineering Society, secretary; Alpha Gamma Upsilon, sec¬ retary, Tri-Angle reporter; Inter-Fra¬ ternity Council; Financial and Legal Society. WILLIAM E. PATTERSON, JR., Corunna, Indiana, B.S. in Business Ad¬ ministration; Alpha Sigma Phi. RICHARD J. PFLUG, Elizabeth, New Jersey, B.S. in Civil Engineering; Civil Engineering Society; Beta Sigma Tau, treasurer. VIRGIL F. POWELL, Glendale, Cali¬ fornia, B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; Society of Automotive Engineers, student branch; Sigma Phi Delta. ROBERT E. PRIGG, Salamanca, New York, B.S. in Civil Engineering; Civil Engineering Society. RICHARD C. QUERY, Marion, Massachusetts, B.S. in Mechanical En¬ gineering; Mechanical Engineering Society; Student Director. Seniors Seniors HARLAN M. RAVITCH, Benton Harbor, Michigan, B.S. in Accounting; Sigma Epsilon Society; Sophomore Class, vice president. JOHN W. RICHARD, Elkhart, Indiana, B.S. in Administrative Engineering; Society of Automotive Engineers, student branch, Student Council representative; Mechanical Engineering Society, president; Kappa Sigma Kappa, president; SkulI and Bones, C.O.Ao, vice president; Flying Thunder- birds. LESLIE BENJAMIN RIGLER, Mount Airy, Maryland, B.S. in Electrical Engineering; Electrical Engineering Society, vice president. ROGER H. ROERDEN, Flushing, New York, B.S. in Business Administration; Sigma Epsilon Society; Rifle Club, president. JERRY D. ROGERS, Wabash, Indiana, Certificate in Engineering Drawing and Design. ROBERT H. ROGERS, Fort Worth, Texas, B.S. in Radio Engineering; Tau Sigma Eta, Tri-Angle reporter; Radio Engineering Society. ALBERT ROSE, Kingston, Jamaica, B.W.I., B.S. in Civil Engineering; International Stu¬ dents Association, president. DONALD W. RUTAN, Tuscola, Illinois, B.S. in Civil Engineering; Civil Engineering Society; Sigma Mu Sigma, president, Tri-Angle reporter. GEORGE F. SAXTON Allentown, Pennsylvania, B.S. in Busi¬ ness Administration;, Sigma Epsilon Soc¬ iety; Beta Phi Theta, president; 550 Club, treasurer; Financial and Legal Society; Booster Club. HENRY J. SCAPEROTH, Detroit, Michigan, B.S. in Civil Engineering; Civil Engineering Society. RAPHAEL D. SCHILZ, Colum¬ bus, Nebraska, Certificate in Engineer¬ ing Drawing and Design; Society of Automotive Engineers, student branch; Mechanical Engineering Society. PAUL LOUIS SCHMITZ, Carey, Ohio, B.S. in Civil Engineering; Civil Engineering Society; Sigma Phi Delta, Flying Thun- derbirds, vice president. IRVIN E. SCHMUCKER, Nappanee, Indiana, B.S. Electrical Engineering, Electrical Engineering Society. RONALD E. SHAFER, DeGraff, Ohio, B.S. in Elect¬ rical Engineering; Electrical Engineer¬ ing Society. LYLE M. SHAFFSTALL, Franklin, Pennsylvania, B.S. in Chemical En¬ gineering. DONALD E. SHENEFIEL, Randolph, New York, B-S- in Chemical Engineering; Student Affiliates, Ameri¬ can Chemical Society; Sigma Mu Sigma, Tri-Angle reporter. WILLIAM F. SHIELD, Brattleboro, Vermont, B.S. in Civil Engineering; Mechanical Engineering Society; Civil Engineering Society, program director; Phi Kappa, vice presi¬ dent Inter-Fraternity Council. YASUO SHIMAMURA, Los Angeles, California, B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; Society of Automotive Engineers, student branch; Mechanical Engineering Society. RO¬ BERT H. SHINN, Lebanon, Indiana, B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; Me¬ chanical Engineering Society, Student Council representative; Society of Auto¬ motive Engineers, student branch; Sigma Phi Delta, steward, sports manager; Tri-State Chapter, Junior Chamber of Commerce; Tri-Angle staff. MAX P. SHRONTZ, Fairmount, Indiana, B.S. in Civil Engineering; Civil Engineer¬ ing Society, Mathematics Society. CONNY L. SJOSTROM, Rockford, Illinois, B.S. in Business Administra¬ tion; Sigma Epsilon Society; Student Director; Beta Phi Theta, corresponding secretary; 550 Club, president; Booster Club; Financial and Legal Society. PAUL SOFRANIK, Newton Falls, Ohio, B.S. in Electrical Engineering; Electri¬ cal Engineering Society. GARNETT Q. STAMM, Stryker, Ohio, B.S. in Busi¬ ness Adm in istrat ion; Sigma Epsilon Society; Junior Class, treasurer; Stu¬ dent Council; Beta Phi Theta, corre¬ sponding secretary; Tri-State Chapter, Junior Chamber of Commerce, vice president. JOHN W. STANDIFORD, Coldwater, Michigan, B.S. in Electrical Engineering; Beta Phi Theta; Booster Club. DAVID K. STOCK, Gladstone, Michigan, Certificate in Engineering Drawing and Design. DAVID M. SUND- HEIMER, Wabash, Indiana, B.S. in Rad io Engineering; Radio Engineering Society, president; Student Council; 1955 Modulus staff; Tri-Angle reporter; Sigma Phi Delta. CYRUS TAVALLALI, Shiraz, Iran, B.S. in Chemical Engineer¬ ing; Student Affiliates, American Chemi¬ cal Society. BRUCE R. TERRILLION, Carthage, New York, B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; Mechanical Engineering Society; Sigma Phi Delta. Seniors Seniors RAYMOND L. TINCH, South Wales, New York, Certificate in Engineering Drawing and Design; Rifle Club. DANIEL VANDENBOS, Paterson, New Jersey, B.S. in Civil Engineering; Civil En¬ gineering Society. CHARLES E. VAN VALKENBURG, Oneonta, New York, B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; Society of Automotive Engineers, student branch; Mechanical Engineering Society; Photo Society, president, Tri-Angle reporter; Flying Thunderbirds. DONALD E. VERA, White Cloud, Michigan; B.S. in Civil Engineering; Civil Engineering Society, secretary; Flying Thunderbirds. JACK R. WAGNER, Ferndale, Michigan, B.S. in Electrical Engineering; Electri¬ cal Engineering Society, president; Radio Engineering Society; Ham Radio Club, president. RICHARD H. WAGNER, Birmingham, Michigan, B.S. in Radio Engineering; Tau Sigma Eta; Radio Engi¬ neering Society, Ham Radio Club, presi¬ dent. JOHN R. WEEKS, Albion, Indiana, B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; Society of Automot ive Engineers, student branch, treasurer; Mechanical Engineering Socie¬ ty, vice president. GEORGE E. WETH- ERHOLD, Allentown, Pennsylvania, B.S. in Electrical Engineering. ROBERT G. WHITE, Coldwater, Michigan, B.S. in Accounting; Alpha Beta Alpha, Sigma Epsilon Society; Financial and Legal So¬ ciety. ROBERT E. WILGUS, Brownfield, Texas, B.S. in Radio Engineering; Radio Engineering Society. PAUL L. WILLIAMS, JR., Carey, Ohio, B.S. in Mechanical Engineering, Sigma Phi Delta, presi¬ dent; Varsity Basketball. NORMAN L. ZABILANSKY, Stafford Springs, Con¬ necticut, B.S. in Mechanical Engineer¬ ing; Society of Automotive Engineers, student branch; Mechanical Engineer¬ ing Society. ROGER W. ZANK, St. Louis, Michigan, B.S. in Business Ad¬ ministration; Sigma Epsilon Society; Junior Class, secretary; Student Coun¬ cil; Tri-Angle, advertising staff; Booster Club, president; Beta Phi Theta; Inter- Fraternity Council; 550 Club; Financial and Legal Society. CASS ANTHONY ZEMENICK, Detroit, Michigan, B.S. in Mechanical Engineering. f ' 1 4 GORDON W. ADAMS, Cayuga, Indiana, B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; Society of Automotive Engineers, student branch; American Society of Tool Engineers, Tri-State junior division. ARMAN AKARAKCIAN, Istanbul, Tur¬ key, B.S. in Electrical Engineering; Electrical Engineering Society; Inter¬ national Students Association. ALVIN R. ALBRO, Flint, Michigan, B.S. in Business Administration; Beta Phi Theta fraternity, president; Financial and Legal Society; 550 Club. AMIHADAR ARBER, Tel-Aviv, Israel, B.S. in Radio Engineering; Radio Engineering Society; Tri-Angle reporter; Inter¬ national Students Association; Student Speaker. WAYNE E. BADDERS, Hudson, Michigan, B.S. in Mechanical Engineer¬ ing; Society of Automotive Engineers, student branch; Mechanical Engineering Society; Flying Thunderbirds. JAMES M. BARRETT, Lawrence, Massachusetts, B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; Socie¬ ty of Automotive Engineers, student branch, secretary; Mechanical En¬ gineering Society; Varsity Golf Team. JAMES H. BARROWS, Portland, Oregon, B.S. in Radio Engineering;; Radio En¬ gineering Society. RAY E. BECK, Cabot, Pennsylvania, B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; American Society of Tool Engineers, Tri-State Junior Division, Tri-Angle reporter. GLENN S. BEIDLER, Three Rivers, Michigan, B.S. in Mechani¬ cal Engineering; Society of Automotive Engineers, student branch;, Mechanical Engineering Society. JOHN P. BENDIK, Columbus, Ohio, B.S. in Chemical En¬ gineering; Student Affiliates, American Chemical Society Alpha Gamma Upsilon, vice president;; Photo Society, presi¬ dent; Inter-Fraternity Council, presi¬ dent. DAVID L. BEENE, Jefferson City, Missouri, B.S. in Radio Engineer¬ ing; Radio Engineering Society. MUR¬ RAY H. BENNETT, JR., Brownville, New York, B.S. in Mechanical Engineer¬ ing; Student Director. JACK E. BIS- CHOFF, Buchanan, Michigan, B.S. in Radio Engineering; Radio Engineering Society. BERNARD D. BOOTHE, JR., Watertown, New York, B.S. in Civil Engineering; Civil Engineering Society. Seniors Seniors ROBERT H. BOWLES, Augusta, Illinois, Certificate in Engineering Drawing and Design; Society of Automotive Engineers, student branch; Mechanical Engineering Society. RAYMOND M. BOYER, Quincy, Michigan, Certificate in Engineering Drawing and Design. ALLEN L. BRAND Garrett, Indiana, B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; Silver Key; Tau Sigma Eta; Society of Automotive Engineers, student branch; Mechanical Engineering Society; Sigma Phi Delta, vice presi¬ dent; Inter-Fraternity Council, treasurer; Varsity Basketball. LYLE G. BREWER, Hardinsburg, Indiana, B.S. in Radio Engineering; Silver Key; Radio En¬ gineering Society. JOSEPH R. BROKAW, Angola, Indiana, B.S. in Business Ad¬ ministration; Sigma Epsilon Society; Financial and Legal Society. ARTHUR C. BROWN, Reading, England, B.S. in Radio Engineering; Radio Engineering Society. RICHARD W. BROYLES, Fairmount, Indiana, Certificate in En¬ gineering Drawing and Design. ROBERT L. BURRILL, Providence, Rhode Island, B.S. in Civil Engineering; Civil Engi¬ neering Society. JOSEPH E. CADORET, JR., Gardner, Massachusetts, B.S. in Civil Engineering; Silver Key; Tau Sigma Eta, Tri-Angle reporter; Civil Engineer¬ ing Society. DANIEL J. CALENDO, Buffalo, New York, B.S. in Radio Engi¬ neering; Radio Engineering Society, treasurer; Electrical Engineering Socie¬ ty; Phi Kappa. EDUARDO J. CAR¬ RILLO, C aracas, Venezuela, B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; Society of Automotive Engineers, student branch; Mechanical Engineering Society; Phi lota Alpha, Student Council representa¬ tive. ALVARA CASTRO, Alajuela, Costa Rica, B.S. in Electrical Engi¬ neering; Electrical Engineering So¬ ciety. VICENTE CHAN, Manila, Phi¬ lippines, B.S. in Chemical Engineering; Student Affiliates, American Chemical Society, treasurer; Chinese Club, presi¬ dent. JAMES W. CHAPMAN, Detroit, Michigan, B.S. in Aeronautical Engi¬ neering; Silver Key; Tau Sigma Eta; Tri-State Branch, Institute of Aeronauti¬ cal Sciences, chairman. Seniors WILLIAM R. CHASE, Athol, Massachu¬ setts, B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; Society of Automotive Engineers, stu¬ dent branch; American Society of Tool Engineers, Tri-State Junior Division; Mechanical Engineering Society; Senior Class, assistant secretary; Booster Club. HOWARD R. CHEADLE, Sunbury, Ohio, B.S. in Radio Engineering; Radio Engineering Society. ROBERT M. CHIZEK, Gloversvi lie, New York, B. S. in Electrical Engineering; Electri¬ cal Engineering Society. JUAN CON- DASSIN, JR., Panama, Panama, B.S. in Civil Engineering. DON J. COPE¬ LAND, New Castle, Indiana, B.S. in Business Administration; Sigma Epsilon Society; Tri-Angle staff; Phi Kappa, treasurer; Senior Class Prom Queen committee. ARTHUR R. CORMIER, Uxbridge, Massachusetts, B.S. in Radio Engineering; Radio Engineering Society. WILLIAM R. CROTHERS Springfield, Pennsylvania, B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; Society of Automotive Engineers, student branch; Mechanical Engineering Society; 1955 Modulus, sports editor. ROBERT L. CURWIN, Bay City, Michigan, B.S. in Radio Engineering; Radio Engineering Society. ROBERT E. DALTON, Madi¬ son, Kansas, B.S. in Mechanical Engi¬ neering; Mechanical Engineering Socie¬ ty. SAMUEL W. DASKAM, Westport, Connecticut, B.S. in Radio Engineering; Sigma Mu Sigma, secretary. GILBERT C. DEAN, Coldwater, Michigan, B.S. in Business Administration; Silver Key; Alpha Beta Alpha. RAYMOND DE- GENNARO, Farmingdale, L.l. New York, B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; Society of Automotive Engineers, stu¬ dent branch; American Society of Tool Engineers, Tri-State Junior Division, chairman. MARSHALL W. DEGRAW, JR., Portsmouth, Virginia, B.S. in Electrical Engineering; Electrical Engineering Society, vice president; Beta Phi Theta, sports manager. Stu¬ dent Council representative. LEONARD M. DELAC, Euclid, Ohio, B.S. in Mechan¬ ical Engineering; Alpha Gamma Upsilon, pres ident. Seniors DONALD E. DEMOOR, Kalamazoo, Michigan, B.S. in Electrical Engineering. ROBERT L. DENNIS, Trenton, Michigan, B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; Society of Automotive Eng ineers, student branch; Mechanical Engineering Society; Sigma Mu Sigma. EDWIN H. DICKINSON, North Amherst, Massachusetts, Certificate in Engineering Drawing and Design; Socie¬ ty of Automotive Engineers, student branch. HOWARD J. DINGMAN, Sidney, New York, B.S. in Administrative Engi¬ neering; B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; Society of Automotive Engineers, stu¬ dent branch; chairman; Mechanical Engineering Society, president, Tri- Angle reporter; American Society of Tool Engineers, Tri-State Junior Di¬ vision; Skull and Bones, C.O.A. WAL¬ TER P. DYKAS, Middletown, Connecti¬ cut, B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; Flying Thunderbirds, vice president; Phi Kappa. FRANCIS B. ECK, Alex¬ ander, Illinois, B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; Society of Automotive Engineers, student branch; American Society of Tool Engineers, Tri-State Junior Division; Flying Thunderbirds. JOE EDWARDS, Laurens, South Carolina, Certificate in Engineering Drawing and Design. WILLIAM G. EDWARDS, Newberry, Michigan, B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; Society of Automotive Engineers, student branch; Mechanical Engineering Society. CLARENCE E. EMREY, JR., Batavia, New York, B.S. in MechanicaI Engineering; Society of Automotive Engineers, student branch; American Society of Tool Engineers, Tri-State Junior Division; Mechanical Engineering Society; Tri-State Chapter Juniot Chamber of Commerce, secretary. WILLIAM R. FAUGHN, Crown Point, Indiana, B.S. in Business Administration; Sigma Epsilon Society, president; Stu¬ dent Director; Student Council, vice president; Alpha Sigma Phi, secretary; Inter-Fraternity Council, treasurer; Tri-Angle, editor-in-chief; Skull and Bones, C.O.A. vice president; Booster Club, Fin ancial and Legal Society. BILLY J. FISHER, Saline, Michigan, B.S. in Business Administration; Silver Key; Si gma Epsilon Society; Junior Class, vice president; Alpha Beta Alpha; Student Director; Student Coun¬ cil; Tri-Angle, business manager; Fi¬ nancial and Legal Society. JOHN F. FISHER, Battle Creek, Michigan, B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; Society of Automotive Engineers, student branch; Mechanical Engineering Society; Stu¬ dent Council; Beta Sigma Tau. WILLIAM J. FITZPATRICK, Stamford, Connecti¬ cut, B.S. in Chemical Engineering; Student Affiliates, American Chemical Society; Student Director; Skull and Bones, C.O.A. Alpha Gamma Upsilon, president; Inter-Fraternity Council, secretary; 1955 Campus Day, chairman. JAMES D. FLECK, Bellefonte, Pennsyl¬ vania, B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; Society of Automotive Engineers, stu¬ dent branch; 550 Club. JACK FLYNN, El Paso, Texas, B.S. in Civil Engineering. ARTHUR A. FON¬ TANA, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, B.S. in Electrical Engineering; Electrical Engineering Society; Kappa Sigma Kappa, vice president; Inter-Fraternity Council; Flying Thunderbirds, vice president; Varsity Baseball Team. LLOYD G. FRANCIS, Kingston, Jamaica, B.W.I. B.S. in Civil Engineering; Civil Engineer¬ ing Society; International Students Association, treasurer. WARREN F. FRANKLIN, Peekskill, New York, B.S. in Radio Engineering; Radio Engineer¬ ing Society; Phi Kappa, Sports reporter. RICHARD L. FRANTOM, Osseo, Michi- gan, B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; Mechanical Engineering Society, Tri- Angle reporter; Sigma Phi Delta; Glee Club. JAMES L. FRENCH, Jackson, Michigan, B.S. in Mechanical Engineer¬ ing; Society of Automotive Engineers, student branch; Mechanical Engineer¬ ing Society. VICTOR FREUNDLICH, Teheran, Iran, B.S. in Civil Engineer¬ ing; Civil Engineering Society; Inter¬ national Students Association; Chess Club. HUGH L. FRISBIE, Colon, Michi¬ gan, B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; Mechanical Engineering Society; Alpha Gamma Upsilon. FREDERICK J. FUR¬ BISH, Portland, Maine, B.S. in Radio Engineering; Radio Engineering Society. GEORGE J. GALANEK, Bronx, New York, B.S. in Radio Engineering; Radio Engineering Society; Mathematics Socie¬ ty; Student Council, secretary; 1956 Modulus; Tri-Angle reporter; Booster Club; Beta Phi Theta. DONALD H. GAUTSCH, LaCrosse, Wisconsin, B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; Society of Automotive Engineers, student branch, president; Mechanical Engineering So¬ ciety, president; Skull and Bones, C.O. A. ; Student Council representative; American Society of Tool Engineers, Tri-State Junior Division; Booster Club; International Students Association; Flying Thunderbirds; Chairman, Senior Class Cap and Gown Committee. WILLIAM J. GERTZ, Benton Harbor, Michigan; B. S. in Mechanical Engineering; Society of Automotive Engineers, student branch; Mechanical Engineering Society; Skull and Bones, Tri-Angle reporter; Sigma Mu Sigma, representative, Inter-Frater¬ nity Council; Financial and Legal Society. ROBERT D. GIAUQUE, Dover, Ohio, B.S. in CiviI Engineering. ROBERT L. GLASER, Spalding, Nebraska, B.S. in Radio Engineering; Radio Engineering Soc iety. Seniors Seniors JOHN E. GLUCK, Shelton, Connecticut, B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; Society of Automotive Engineers, student branch, secretary; Mechanica I Engineering Socie¬ ty; American Society of Tool Engineers, Tri-State Junior Division; Phi Kappa, vice president, Inter-Fraternity Council. JOHN G. GOLDEE, Swoyerville, Penn¬ sylvania, B.S. in Radio Engineering; Radio Engineering Society. KARL R. HAHN, Wethersfield, Connecticut, B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; Society of Automotive Engineers, student branch; Mechanical Engineering Society; Mathe¬ matics Society, vice president; Student Director; Senior Class, vice president; Sophomore Class, president. HENRY F. HALADAY, Queens Village, New York, B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; Society of Automotive Engineers, student branch; A nerican Society of Tool Engineers, Tri-State Junior Division; Electrical Engineering Society; Alpha Gamma Up- silon, vice president. JAMES 0. HAM¬ MOND, Simpsonvil le, South Carolina, B.S. in Chemical Engineering; Student Affiliates, American Chemical Society Alpha Gamma Upsilon, Student Council representative. EDWARD M. HANLON, Sandusky, Ohio, B.S. in Civil Engineer¬ ing; Civil Engineering Society; Sigma Phi Delta, vice president. RAYMOND F. HANLON, JR., Sandusky, Ohio, B.S. in Civil Engineering; Civil Engineering Society. KENNETH HANNES, Minnea¬ polis, Minnesota, B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; Society of Automotive Engineers, student branch; American Society of Tool Engineers, Tri-State Junior Division; Flying Thunderbirds. LLOYD G. HANSON, Rochester, Minne¬ sota, B.S. in Radio Engineering. RALPH E. HARRINGTON, Montpelier, Ohio, B.S. in Electrical Engineering; Electri¬ cal Engineering Society, vice president. LEO J. HASBROUCK, Highland, New York, B.S. in Radio Engineering; Gold Key; Tau Sigma Eta; Radio Engineering Society; Phi Kappa, vice president. ROBERT E. HAYNES, Peru, Indiana, B.S. in Business Administration; Student Director; Sophomore Class, president; Freshman Class, treasurer; Alpha Sigma Phi; Booster Club; Financial and Legal Society; Varsity Basketball and Base¬ ball. WILLIAM M. HEHER, Franklin, Pennsylvania, B.S. inChemical Engineer¬ ing; Student Affiliates, American Chemi¬ cal Society, treasurer; Phi Kappa; Rifle Club. BRUCE HEMSLEY, Long Beach, L.l. New York, Certificate in Engineer¬ ing Drawing and Design; Society of Automotive Engineers, student branch; Mechanical Engineering Society; Alpha Gamma Upsilon. ! JOHN M. HENDERSON, JR., Caledonia, Michigan, B.S. in Electrical Engineer¬ ing; Electrical Engineering Society. GLEN E. HEN RY, Battle Creek, Michi¬ gan, B.S. in Business Administration; Sigma Epsilon Society. VIRGIL J. HERTZER, Bellevue, Ohio, B.S. in Electrica I Eng ineer ing; Electrical Engineering Society, treasurer; Beta Phi Theta. RALP.H E. HOLLEY, Columbus, Ohio, B.S. in Civil Engineer¬ ing; Civil Engineering Society. FER¬ NANDO T. HORN, Monterrey, N.L. Mexico, B.S. in Civil Engineering; Civil Engineering Society; International Stu¬ dents Association; Photo Society. EDWARD HO-SHUE, Kingston, Jamaica, B.W.I., B.S. in Business Administration; Sigma Epsilon Society; Beta Sigma Tau, secretary; Financial and Legal Society; Chinese Club, secretary; International Students Association, president. DON¬ ALD L. HUDKINS, Rochester, Indiana, B.S. in Business Administration; Sigma Epsilon Society; Financial and Legal Society, director. JAMES R. HUFFMAN, Elkhart, Indiana, B.S. in Business Ad¬ ministration. GERALD N. HUNT, Wilson, New York, B.S. in Mechanical Engineer¬ ing; Silver Key; Tau Sigma Eta, presi¬ dent; American Soc iety of Tool Engineers, Tri-State Junior Division, secretary; Mechanical Engineering Society; Mathe¬ matics Society, president. AVNE HU- SEN, Waterbury, Connecticut, B.S. in Mechanical Engineering. DARRELL J. JENKINS, Beatrice, Nebraska, B.S. in Accounting; Sigma Epsilon Society; Boo¬ ster Club; Financial and Legal Society. DONALD E. JOHNSTON, Mt. Alton, Pennsylvania, B.S. in Electrical En¬ gineering; Electrical Engineering Socie¬ ty; Phi Kappa, secretary. KENNETH M. JONES, Centreville, Michigan, B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; Society of Automotive Engineers, student branch; Mechanical Engineering Society; Tri- State Branch, Institute of Aeronautical Sciences. ROBERT J. JONES, Copen¬ hagen, New York, B.S. in Business Administration; Sigma Epsilon Society; Tri-Angle, business manager; 1955 Modulus staff; Glee Club; Booster Club; Photo Society; Financial and Le¬ gal Society. 1% fr- » TiKIHr Jtf -r ! " V ' Seniors Seniors PAUL D. JORDAN, Sturgis, Michigan, B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; Society of Automotive Engineers, student branch; American Society of Tool Engineers, Tri-State Junior Division; Mechanical Engineering Society; Tri-State Chapter, Junior Chamber of Commerce. WAYNE E. JUBY, Lakeside, Ohio, B.S. in Me¬ chanical Engineering; Society of Automo¬ tive Engineers, student branch; Mechani¬ cal Engineering Society; Financial and Legal Society; Sigma Mu Sigma, vice president. FRED KANAAN, New Ken¬ sington, Pennsylvania, B.S. in Civil Engineering; Civil Engineering Society, treasurer. JOSEPH L. KELEMEN, Niagara Falls, Ontario, Canada, B.S. in Chemical Engineering; Student Af¬ filiates, American Chemical Society; Alpha Gamma Upsilon. CLARK V. KENNEDY, Dansville, New York, B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; Mechanical Engineering Society; Senior Class, assistant treasurer. PAUL L. KENNY, Enon Valley, Pennsylvania, B.S. in Elec trical Engineering; Electrical Engineering Soc oty; Booster Club; Beta Phi Theta. FRED KILGUS, Jack- son Heights, L. I. New York, B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; Society of Automotive Engineers, student branch; Mechanical Engineering Society; 1956 Modulus, sales staff. NICHOLAS KLIST, JR., Olean, New York, B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; Silver Key; Society of Automotive Engineers, student branch; Mechanical Engineering Society; American Society of Tool Engineers, Tri-State Junior Division; Phi Kappa, Inter-Fraternity Council representative. DAVID 0. KNOPP, Mt. Pleasant, Michi¬ gan, Certificate in Engineering Drawing and Design; Society of Automotive En¬ gineers, student branch. ERWIN KOETS, Kalamazoo, Michigan, B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; Society of Automotive En¬ gineers, student branch; Mechanical Engineering Society. HUBERT E. KOLM, East Canton, Ohio, B.S. in Me¬ chanical Engineering; American Society of Tool Engineers, Tri-State Junior Division; Flying Thunderbirds. NICHO¬ LAS KUCEROV, Fayetteville, North Carolina, B.S. in Electrical Engineering; Silver Key; E lectrical Engineering Socie¬ ty. HIROMITSU KUSUMOTO, Kukui- haele, Hawaii, B.S. in Civil Engineering; Civil Engineering Society; Student Coun¬ cil. ROOSEVELT P. LAMOTTE, JR., Lobdell, Louisiana, B.S. in Civil En¬ gineering; Civil Engineering Society, treasurer. ORVEL E. LANE, Hemp¬ stead, L.l. New York, B.$. in Aeronauti¬ cal Engineering; Tri-State Branch, Institute of Aeronautical Sciences, Student Council representative; Mathe¬ matics Society; Chess Club, president, Tri-Angle reporter. HECTOR E. LAUNIER, Jeffrey, New Hampshire, B.S. in Mechanical Engineer¬ ing;; Gold Key; Tau Sigma Eta; Society of Automotive Engineers, student branch; Mechanical Engineering Society, secre¬ tary; Senior Class, secretary; Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Universities. ROBERT C. LEE, Wright City, Missouri, BoS. in Mechanical Engineering; Silver Key; Tau Sigma Eta; Society of Automo¬ tive Engineers, student branch; American Society of Tool Engineers, Tri-State Junior Division, chairman; Mechanical Engineering Society. YOONSIK LEE, Taejon, Korea, B.S. in Chemical En¬ gineering; Student Affiliates, American Chemical Society, Tri-Angle reporter; International Students Association. MAR¬ ION V. LINDSAY, Augusta, Michigan, B.S. in Civil Engineering; Civil En¬ gineering Society; Sigma Mu Sigma, Inter- Fraternity Council representative. RICHARD I. LITTLE, Saline, Michigan, B.S. in Radio Engineering. DELMAR J. LUCE, Elkhart, Indiana, B.S. in Mechani¬ cal Engineering; Society of Automotive Engineers, student branch; Mechanical Engineering Society; Sigma Phi Delta, secretary; Booster Club; Varsity Base¬ ball. DAVID LUE, Kingston, Jamaica, B.W.I., B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; Silver Key; Student Director; Society of Automotive Engineers, student branch; Mechanical Engineering Society; Chi¬ nese Club, vice president; International Students Association. JOSEPH S. LUSHNIA, Chicago, Illinois, B.S. in Electrical Engineering; Electrical En¬ gineering Society, treasurer; Sigma Phi Delta. CHARLES A. MACLAUGHLIN, Aberdeen, Maryland, B.S. in Civil En¬ gineering; Gold Key; Tau Sigma Eta; Dresser Scholarship; Student Director; Skull and Bones, C.O.A.; Who ' s Who Among Students in American Colleges and Universities; Student Council; Civil Engineering Society, president; 1956 Modulus, business manager; Tri- Angle, sports editor; Junior Class, vice president; Rifle and Pistol Association, president; Booster Club, vice president; Rifle Team, Commanding Officer, An¬ gola Army Reserve Unit. RAYMOND J. MCCAFFREY, Brooklyn, New York, B.S. in Aeronautical Engineering; Tri- State Branch, Institute of Aeronautical Sciences. KENNETH E. MCCARTNEY, Mansfield, Ohio, B.S. in Civil Engineer¬ ing; Silver Key; Tau Sigma Eta; Civil Engineering Society, secretary, CLAU¬ DIUS B. MCCULLAR, Decatur, Georgia, B.S. in Radio Engineering; Radio En¬ gineering Society, Tri-Angle reporter. HUGH R. MCKEE, Rochester, New York, B.S. in Chemical Engineering; Student Affiliates, American Chemical Society, vice president. DAVID M. MCLAUGHLIN, Willard, Ohio, B.S. in Civil Engineer¬ ing Society; Tri-Angle staff; Photo Society; Financial and Legal Society. GARY Y. MAEDO, Honolulu, Hawaii, B.S. in Radio Engineering; Radio En¬ gineering Society. Seniors ty; Student Director. FRANKLIN E. MARKS, Sel insgrove, Pennsylvania, B.S. in Radio Engineering. POLLY J. MASON, Coldwater, Michigan, B.S. in Accounting; Gold Key; Alpha Beta Alphas vice president, Tri-Angle repor¬ ter; Student Director; Who’s Who Among Students in American Colleges and Univers it ies. THANO K. MATTHEWS, Newark, New Jersey, B.S. in Radio En¬ gineering; Silver Key; Tau Sigma Eta; Radio Engineering Society. JERRARD R. MAXWELL, Columbus, Ohio, B.S. in Radio Engineering. MANUEL FRAN¬ CISCO DEMEDEIROS, Arcos de Valdevez, Portugal, B.S. in Mechanical Engi¬ neering; Society of Automotive Engineers, student branch; Mechanical Engineering Society. JOHN WILLIAM METZGER, Kewannr, Indiana, B.S. in Accounting; B.S. ir, Business Administration; Silver Key; Sigma Epsilon Society, president; Skull and Bones, C.O.A., Student Di¬ rector; Tri-State Chapter, Junior Cham¬ ber of Commerce; president; Financial and Legal Society, president. GERALD R. MICHAEL, New York, New York, B.S. in Electrical Engineering; Electri¬ cal Engineering Society; Beta Sigma Tau, president, Inter-Fraternity Council representative. ROBERT T. MILLER, Wadsworth, Ohio, B.S. in Radio Engineer¬ ing. SIDNEY H. MILLER, Carlisle, Pennsylvania, B.S. in Chemical En¬ gineering; Student Affiliates, American Chemical Society, chairman, district conference, 1955; Beta Sigma Tau, vice president. RONALD D. MIX, Mt. Jewett, Pennsylvania, B.S. in Business Administration; Tri-Angle, business manager; Beta Phi Theta, vice presi¬ dent; Financial and Legal Society; 550 Club. DAVID W. MOORE, Lowell, Michigan, B.S. in Mechanical Engineer¬ ing; Society of Automotive Engineers, student branch. JAMES C. MORRISON, Clearfield, Pennsylvania, B.S. in Elect¬ rical Engineering; Electrical Engineer¬ ing Society; Photo Society; Co-operative Educational Training Program. RONALD G. MOYER, Chicora, Pennsylvania, B.S. in Aeronautical Engineering; Gold Key; Tau Sigma Eta, treasurer; Dresser Scholarship; Tri-State Branch, Institute of Aeronautical Sciences, chairman, Tri-Angle reporter; Flying Thunderbirds. PAUL A. MYERS, Berrien Center, Michigan, B.S. in Mechanical Engineer¬ ing; Society of Automotive Engineers, student branch, treasurer; Mechanical Engineering Society; Glee Club; Tri- State Christian Fellowship. Seniors WILLIAM P. MARVEZ-PLANAS, Caracas, Venezuela, B.S. in Mechanical Engineer¬ ing; Society of Automotive Engineers, student branch; American Society of Tool Engineers, Tri-State Junior Di¬ vision; Mechanical Engineering Socie- FLEMING G. NELSON, South Bend, Indiana, B.S. in Mechanical Engineering. JOHN NEMCOVICH, Claremont, New Hampshire, B.S. in Mechanical Engineer¬ ing; Silver Key; Mechanical Engineering Society. MERVIN M. NIELSEN, Calgary, Alberta, Canada, B.S. in Electrical Engineering; Electrical Engineering Society. ROGER HENRY NYHLEN, Noranda, Quebec, Canada, B.S. in Ad¬ ministrative Engineering; B.S. in Civil Engineering, 1955, Silver Key; Tau Sigma Eta; Civil Engineering Society; 1956 Modulus, sales staff; Sigma Mu Sigma, vice president; Inter-Fraternity Council, vice president, Tri-Angle reporter; Financial and Legal Society, treasurer; International Students Associa¬ tion; speaker. Rotary International Night program. EDWIN J. O’BRYAN, Schenectady, New York, B.S. in Electri¬ cal Engineering; Electrical Engineering Society; Phi Kappa, Inter-Fraternity Council; Booster Club. WILLIAM D. O’KEEFE, Providence, Rhode Island, B. S. in Business Administration; Sigma Epsilon Society; Beta Phi Theta, Tri- Angle reporter; Financial and Legal Society, Student Council representative. WILHO M. OKKONEN, Herbster, Wiscon¬ sin, B.S. in Chemical Engineering; Student Affiliates, American Chemical Society, secretary; Sigma Phi Delta, secretary. ROBERT F. ORING, Lake- wood, Ohio, B.S. in Civil Engineering; Scholastic Plaque; Gold Key; Tau Sigma Eta, president; Student Director; Who’s Who in American Colleges and Universities; Senior Class , president; Junior Class, president; Civil Engineer¬ ing Society, president; Skull and Bones, C. O.A.; Booster Club. RAFAEL B. PADRINOS-PRINCE, Valencia, Vene¬ zuela, B.S. in Chemical Engineering; Student Affiliates, American Chemical Society. JOSEPH PALERMO, Stamford, Connecticut, B.S. in Electrical Engineer¬ ing; Silver Key; Tau Sigma Eta; Electri¬ cal Engineering Society; Alpha Gamma Upsilon, Inter-Fraternity Council repre¬ sentative. RUDOLPH PERKOVICH, Strongsville, Ohio, B.S. in Radio Engi¬ neering; Radio Engineering Society. JOHN J. PETRAS, Dunkirk, New York B.S. in Administrative Engineering; B.S. in Electrical Engineering, 1953; Electrical Engineering Society; Phi Kappa, president; Inter-Fraternity Council, president. WALTER PETTIT, Niagara Falls, New York, B.S. in Civil Engineering; Silver Key; Civil Engineer¬ ing Society, vice president. Booster Club. PATRICK J. PIECHAM, Solvay, New York, B.S. in Business Administra¬ tion; Sigma Epsilon Society; Alpha Sigma Phi. Seniors Seniors WILLIAM R. PIERCE, Vassar, Michigan, B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; Society of Automotive Engineers, student branch, Mechanical Engineering Society. HAROLD J. PLOURDE, Dade County, Florida, B.S. in Aeronautical Engineering; Tri-State Branch, Institute of Aeronauti¬ cal Sciences. ROGER L. POST, Augus¬ ta, Illinois, Certificate in Engineering Drawing and Design; Society of Automo¬ tive Engineers, student branch. JERRY L. PRICKETT, Trenton, Michigan, B.S. in Electrical Engineering; Electrical Engineering Soc iety; Kappa Sigma Kappa; Inter-Fraternity Council, secretary. THOMAS H. QUEER, JR., Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, B.S. in Civil Engineering; Civil Engineering Society. NESTOR G. R AMIREZ-HDEZ, Caracas, Venezuela, B.S. in Chemical Engineering; Student Affiliates, American Chemical Society, International Students Association. RAY N. RAPP, Omaha, Nebraska, B. S. in Radio Engineering; Radio Engi¬ neering Society; Phi Kappa. ROBERT A. RAVENSCROFT, Bantam, Connecti¬ cut, B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; Flying Thunderbirds, secretary-treasurer. DWIGHT L. READER, Jonesville Michi- gan, B.S. in Accounting; Silver Key; Alpha Beta Alpha, president. RICHARD L. REICHARD, Sturgis, Michigan, B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; Society of Automotive Engineers, student branch; American Society of Tool Engineers, Tri-State Junior Division; Mechanical Engineering Society; Beta Sigma Tau. EDWARD A. REILLY, Staten Island, New York, B.S. in Chemical Engineer¬ ing; Student Affiliates, American Chemi¬ cal Society, treasurer; Student Council, treasurer; American Society of Tool Engineers, Tri-State Junior Division; Booster Club. HUMBERTO E. REY¬ NOLDS, Panama City, Republic of Panama, B.S. in Civil Engineering; Civil Engineering Society. THOMAS N. REYNOLDS, Auburn, Indiana, B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; Society of Automotive Engineers, student branch; Junior Class, vice president; Sigma Phi Delta; Varsity Basketball. ROBERT C. RICHARDSON, Proctor, Vermont, B. S. in Mechanical Engineering; Mechani¬ cal Engineering Society. Seniors WILLIAM R. RIDGEWAY, Stephens City, Virginia, B.S. in Electrical Engi¬ neering; Electrical Engineering Society. ALLEN D. RIDLEY, Auburn, New York, B.S. in Aeronautical Engineering; Tri- State Branch, Institute of Aeronautical Sciences, Tri-Angle reporter. ROBERT L. RILEY, Chillicothe, Ohio, B.S. in Radio Engineering; Radio Engineering Society. JAI GUK RO, Yosu, Korea, B.S. in Mechanical Engineering. ST. CLAIR A. ROBINSON, JR., Columbia, South Carolina, B.S. in Accounting. FREDERIC L. ROMERO, Angola, Indiana, B.S. in Business Administra¬ tion. BYRON B. ROUSE, Lakewood, Ohio, B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; Society of Automotive Engineers, stu¬ dent branch; Mechanical Engineering Society; Alpha Gamma Upsilon, Supreme Master. JOHN D. ROWE, Manlius, New York, B.S. in Radio Engineering; Silver Key; Tau Sigma Eta; Student Council; Radio Engineering Society, president. JOHN H. RYAN, Beaumont, Texas, B.S. in Business Administration; Alpha Beta Alpha, Student Director, Sigma Epsilon Society. THEODORE C. SACHS, Rock¬ ford, Illinois, B.S. in Mechanical Engi¬ neering; Mechanical Engineering Society, Student Council, Phi Kappa, 550 Club, secretary. LEONARD T. SCHEPONICK, Kapuskasing, Ontario, Canada, B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; Society of Auto¬ motive Engineers, student branch; Ameri¬ can Society of Tool Engineers, Tri- State Junior Division; Mechanical Engineering Society; Sigma Mu Sigma, vice president; Financial and Legal Society. ARTHUR H. SCHMIDT, JR., New York, New York, B.S. in Electrical Engineering; Electrical Engineering Society. MICHAEL H. SELLHEIM, Pasadena, California, B.S. in Civil Engineering; Civil Engineering Society. 0. NEWELL SHEFFER, Staf ford, New York, B.S. in Radio Engineering; Radio Engineering Society, treasurer. Seniors PROCTOR A. SHERWIN, Galesburg, Illinois, B.S. in Business Administra¬ tion; Student Director; Sigma Epsilon Society; Tri-State Chapter, Junior Cham¬ ber of Commerce, director; Financial and Legal Society. DANIEL C. SHIL¬ LING, Dragoon, Arizona, B.S. in Mechani¬ cal Engineering; American Society of Tool Engineers, Tri-State Junior Di¬ vision, vice-chairman; Mechanical Engineering Society. MERRITT D. SHIPE, Ashley, Indiana, B.S. in Mechani¬ cal Engineering; Society of Automotive Engineers, student branch; Mechanical Engineering Society. JIM F. SHULER, Elkhart, Indiana, B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; Society of Automotive Engineers, student branch; American Society of Tool Engineers, Tri-State Junior Division; Phi Kappa; Varsity Tennis. PHILIP B. SIEGFRIED, Kalamazoo, Michigan, B.S. in Business Administration; Sigma Epsilon Society; 1955 Modulus staff, Tri-Angle staff; Financial and Legal Society. WILLIAM J. SIMEK, Chicago, Illinois, B.S. in Electrical Engineering; Electrical Engineering Society; Phi Kappa, Inter- Fraternity Counci I. L. KENNETH SMITH, Buffalo, New York, B.S. in Radio Engi¬ neering Society. DORGUM A. SOGHIER, Jenin, Jordan, B.S. in Business Admini¬ stration; Student Speaker. MICHAEL E. SPICCIATI, New York, New York, B.S. in Civil Engineering; Civil Engineering Society. ROBERT K. SPRAGUE, Manitou Springs, Colorado, B.S. in Radio Engineering; Radio Engineering Society. DONALD L. ST. CLAIR, Wampum, Pennsylvania, B.S. in Civil Engineering; Civil Engineering Society; Beta Phi Theta; Financial and Legal Society. JOSEPH R. ST. PIERRE, Watertown, New York, B.S. in Administra¬ tive Engineering; B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; Society of Automotive Engineers, student branch; American Society of Tool Engineers, Tri-State Junior Division, vice chairman. PAUL E. SUNDBERG, Ishpeming, Michigan, B.S. in Civil Engineering; Civil Engineer¬ ing Society; Beta Sigma Tau. JOSEPH NUN-FAN SUNG, Shanghai, China, B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; Society of Automotive Engineers, student bran :h; Mechanical Engineering Society. JAMES J. SURACK, Youngstown, Ohio, B.S. in Chemical Engineering; Student Affiliates, American Chemical Society; Alpha Gamma Upsilon, Treasurer; Photo Society. RICHARD L. SYLSTRA, Guilford, New York, B.S. in Electrical Engineering. RAUL F. TAVERA, Tunja, Colombia, B.S. in Mechanical Engineer¬ ing; Phi lota Alpha, secretary; Inter- Fraternity Council. ARTHUR A. TENNANT, Washington, D.C., B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; Society of Automotive Engineers, student branch; Mechanical Engineering Society. R D THIMLAR, New Haven, Indiana, B.S. in Business Administration; Student Director; Sigma Epsilon Society; Tri- State Chapter, Junior Chamber of Com¬ merce, vice president; 1956 Modulus, sales staff; Flying Thunderbirds. CLIFFORD B. THOMAS, Burr Oak, Michigan, Certificate in Engineering Drawing and Design. NICHOLAS TSONOPOULOS, Athens, Greece, B.S. in Electrical Engineering; Elec¬ trical Engineering Society; Radio Engineering Society; International Students Association; Chess Club; Photo Society. ELLIS J. VALENTER, Newburgh Heights, Ohio, B.S. in Chemi¬ cal Engineering; Student Affiliates, American Chemical Society; Chess Club; Rifle Club. LYNN A. VAN CAMP, Wichita, Kansas, B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; American Society of Tool Engineers, Tri-State Junior Division, Tri-Angle reporter; Mechanical Engineer¬ ing Society, president; Tri-Angle sports reporter. HENRY L. VAN DOP, Muskegon Heights, Michigan, B.S. in Civil Engi¬ neering; Civil Engineering Society. PAUL VAN ETTEN, Muskegon, Michi¬ gan, B.S. in Radio Engineering; Radio Engineering Society, Mathematics Society. VICTOR M. VARGAS, New York, New York, B.S. in Civil Engineer¬ ing; Civil Engineering Society; Beta Sigma Tau; International Students Association, secretary. ENRIQUE VELEZ, Medellin, Colombia , B.S. in Electrical Engineering. ERWIN A.F. WACKER, Beatrice, Nebraska, B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; American Society of Tool Engineers, Tri-State Junior Division; Mechanical Engineering Society; Flying Thunderbirds, president, Tri-Angle reporter. mmummrn . ' K ' ' ' ' Settlors JAMES D. WARREN, Arcadia, Ohio, B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; Socie¬ ty of Automotive Engineers, student branch; Student Council; Flying Thun- derbirds, Inc. DONALD C. WEHRHAHN, Carlstadt, New Jersey, B.S. in Mechani¬ cal Engineering; Society of Automotive Engineers, student branch; Mechanical Engineering Society; Sigma Mu Sigma, president; Inter-Fraternity Council, treasurer. RICHARD L. WEIS, East Moline, Illinois, B.S. in Electrical Engi¬ neering; Electrical Engineering Society. PETER K. WELGE, Barker, New York, B.S. in Chemical Engineering; Student Affiliates, American Chemical Society, president; Flying Thunderbirds. PAUL K. WELLING, Waldron, Michigan, B.S. in Electrical Engineering; Electrical Engineering Society; Tri-State Christian Fellowship, vice president; College Band. EDWARD E. WETHERHOLD, Allentown, Pennsylvania, B.S. in Radio Engineering; Varsity Tennis, captain; College Band. JONG JAI WHANG, Chong-ju, Korea, B.S. in Chemical Engineering; Student Affiliates, Ameri¬ can Chemical Society; Beta Sigma Tau; International Students Association, Tri-Angle reporter. KENNETH N. WI¬ LEY, Delphos, Ohio, B.S. in Account¬ ing; Gold Key; Alpha Beta Alpha, president; Who ' s Who Among Students in American Colleges and Universities; Sigma Epsilon Society. VAN G. WIL¬ LIAMSON, St. Simons Island, Georgia, B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; Society of Automotive Engineers, student branch; American Society of Tool Engineers, Tri-State Junior Division; Mechanical Engineering Society; Student Director; Senior Class, treasurer. ROBERT M. WILSON, Vineland, New Jersey, B.S. in Radio Engineering; Radio Engineering Society; College Band. ROBERT H. WRIGHT, Kokomo, Indiana, B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; Society of Automotive Engineers, student branch; Mechanical Engineering Society, Fly¬ ing Thunderbirds. DOUGLAS C. YALE, Grahamsvilie. New York, B.S. in Ac¬ counting; Silver Key; Alpha Beta Alpha, president; Sigma Epsilon Society, Tri.Angle reporter. DONALD D. YOUNG, Bucyrus, Ohio, B.S. in Civil Engineer¬ ing; Civil Engineering Society; Flying Thunderbirds; Alpha Sigma Phi. GEORGE H. ZAISER, Hagerstown, Maryland, B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; Society of Automotive Engineers, student branch. 5 Seniors Seniors GODFREY N. AHLOY, Port-of-Spain, Trinidad, Chemical Engineering. RICHARD C. ANSTINE, Hartville, Ohio, Mechanical Engineering; Society of Automotive Engineers, American Society of Tool Engineers. HAROLD A. BECHMAN, Franklin, Indiana, Radio Engineering; Radio Society, Student Council. ALVIN V. BILODEAU, Providence, R.I., Electrical Engineering. GLENN H. BIRKHOFER, Edgerton, Minnesota, Accounting; Sigma Epsilon Society, Financial and Legal Society. MELVIN A. BOBB, Wapakoneta, Ohio, Aeronautical Engineering; Institute of Aero-Sciences, Secretary, Treasurer. WALLACE G. BOELKINS, Muskegon, Michigan, Mechanical Engineering; American Society of Tool Engineers, Mechanical Engineering Society. JAMES D. BOUMAN, Binghamton, New York, Business Administration; Sigma Epsilon Society, Sigma Mu Sigma, Financial and Legal Society, Glee Club, Inter¬ national Students Association, Tri- Angle Staff. MALCOLM W. BOMBRYS, Toledo, Ohio, Business Administration; Alpha Sigma Phi, Secretary, Pledge Marshall, Sigma Epsilon. JOSEPH N. BOUGH, Shoals, Indiana, Radio Engi¬ neering. DONALD G. BOYER, Alliance, Nebraska, Aeronautical Engineering; Institute of Aeronautical. Sciences, Treasurer, Flying Thunderbirds Inc., President, Reporter. WILLIAM D. BRADLEY, Kipton, Ohio, Mechanical Engineering; Sigma Phi Delta, Society of Automotive Engineering, Mechanical Engineering Society, Student Council. DONALD C. BROOKE, Montour Falls, N.Y., Radio Engineering; Math Society, Secretary, Treasurer, Radio Society. RICHARD M. BROPHY, Rockford, III inois, Business Administration; Financial and Legal Society, Inter- Fraternity Council, Beta Phi Theta, Sports Manager. JACK R. BROWN, Centreville, Michigan, Electrical Engi¬ neering; Electrical Engineering Society. HEINZ R. BRUECKNER, Rochester, N.Y. Mechanical Engineering; Mechani¬ cal Society. MARIO N. BUONO, Stam¬ ford, Connecticut, Business Administra¬ tion; Sigma Epsilon, Alpha Gamma Upsilon, Inter-Fraternity Council. DAVID R. BUSCH, Shaker Heights, Ohio, Mechanical Engineering; Society of Automotive Engineering, Society of Mechanical Engineering. THOMAS R. CARBERY, Lockport, Illinois, Civil Engineering; Civil Engineering Society, Tau Sigma Eta, Booster Club, Junior Class Secretary. ALFRED H. CARSON, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Electrical Engineering; Electrical Engineering Society. ISAAC A. CHAMS, Hamaira, Lebannon, Chemical Engineering; In¬ ternational Students Association, Phi lota Alpha, Treasurer, Chemical Socie¬ ty. PAUL J. CHAPMAN, Laconia, N.H. Radio Engineering; Radio Engineering Society. BRIAN H. CHASE, Auburn, New York, Civil Engineering; Beta Phi Theta, Corresponding Scribe, Civil En¬ gineering Society. DAVID W. CHASE, Kingston, New York, Accounting; Alpha Sigma Phi, Pledge Marshall, Inter-Frater¬ nity, Council, Sigma Epsilon, Financial and Legal Society, Board of Directors, Tri-Angle, Circulation Manager, Modu¬ lus, Fraternity Editor, Freshman Class Treasurer. JAMES CHERRY, Niagara Falls, N.Y., Mechanical Engineering; Society of Automotive Engineers, Me¬ chanical Society. EARL CHRISTNER, LaGrange, Indiana, Accounting; Sigma Epsilon Society, Financial and Legal Society. DONALD G. CLAFFEY, South Bend, Indiana, Mechanical En¬ gineering; Mechanical Society, Society of Automotive Engineers, Photo Society. HAROLD L. COLLINS, Coldwater, Michigan, Business Administration. EDWARD G. COOK, Oil City, Pennsylva¬ nia, Mechanical Engineering; Society of Automotive Engineers, Mechanical Engineering Society. GEORGE E. COOPER, Pekin, Illinois, Radio Engi¬ neering; Tau Sigma Eta, Radio Engi¬ neering Society. Seniors Seniors MAURICE E. CRAIG, Cambridge City, Indiana, Civil Engineering; Civil Society, Tau Sigma Eta, Student Director, Var¬ sity Basketball. WILLIAM B. CROSS, Saginaw, Michigan, Aeronautical Engi¬ neering; Institute of Aeronautical Sciences. JAMES K. COTTER, Saginaw, Michigan, Civil Engineering; Math Society, Civil Society, Program Director. ERIK P. DAMBERGS, Cromwell, Con¬ necticut, Civil Engineering; Civil Socie¬ ty, Photo Society. JACK G. DANFORD, Powhatan Pt., Ohio, Electrical Engi¬ neerings Electrical Engineering Society. JAMES P. DAVIDSON, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Business Administration; Sigma Epsilon, Sigma Mu Sigma, Fi¬ nancial and Legal Aid. ROBERT C. DAVIDSON, Avon, New York, Electrical Engineering; Electrical Engineering Society, President; Spring 1956. PAUL R. DECKER, Vincennes, Indiana, Mechanical Engineering; Society of Mechanical Engineering, Society of Auto¬ motive Engineers. EVERETT B. DEN¬ HAM, Lowell, Massachusetts, Aero¬ nautical Engineering; Institute of Aeronautical Sciences. HARVEY G. DILLON, Marengo, Illinois, Business Administration; Sigma Epsilon, Finan¬ cial and Legal Aid, Alpha Sigma Phi, Inter Fraternity Council, Representative. CLAYTON F. DIPERT, Niles, Michigan, Mechanical Engineering; Alpha Gamma Epsilon, President. JAMES L. DUNNIE, Massillon, Ohio, Mechanical Engineering; Society of Automotive Engineers, Mechani¬ cal Engineering Society, Modulus. ROBERT A. DULLEA, Watertown, New York, Electrical Engineering; Phi Kappa, Secretary, Electrical Society. RAYMOND J. DUSSIA, Monroe, Michigan, Aeronauti¬ cal Engineering; Institute of Aeronauti¬ cal Sciences, Tau Sigma Eta. WILLIAM T. ELBOW, Fair Lawn, New Jersey, Radio Engineering; Radio Society. I JAMES A. ELLSWORTH, Davenport, Iowa, Radio Engineering. GUENTHER W. ENGEL, Yonkers, New York, Civil Engineering; Civil Society, Sports Manager, Booster Club Representative, Varsity Basketball. GEORGE A. ENGLESSON, Easton, Pennsylvania, Civil Engineering; Civil Society, Secre¬ tary, Sigma Phi Delta, Treasurer, Tau Sigma Eta, Junior Class, Vice President, Student Council, Student Director, Tri Angle, Modulus. WILLIAM H. FERWALT, Kansas City, Missouri, Radio Engineer¬ ing; Tau Sigma Eta, Radio Engineering Society, Silver Key Award. JAMES F. FISHER, Chicago, Illinois, Accounting; Sigma Epsilon. LUTHER A. FOLKS, Mayfield, Kentucky, Mechanical Engi¬ neering; Alpha Sigma Phi, Society of Automotive Engineers, Modulus Staff, Associate Editor, Sales Staff, Tri-Angle, Reporter, American Society of Tool Engineers, American Society of Mechani¬ cal Engineers, Booster Club. GERALD F. GAGE, Reading, Michigan, Business Administration. JAMES M. GALIMBERT, Latrobe, Pennsylvania, Mechanical Engineering; American Society of Tool Engineers, Vice-Chairman, Secretary, Mechanical Engineering Society, Re¬ presentative, American Society of Auto¬ motive Engineers, College Band, Glee Club. LLOYD L. GARDNER, T4p- pecanoe, Ohio, Mechanical Engineering; Society of Automotive Engineers, Presi¬ dent, Vice-President, Mechanical Socie¬ ty, Treasurer, President, Skull and Bones, Treasurer, Junior Chamber of Commerce, President, Secretary, Booster Club, American Society of Tool Engineers, Student Director, Modulus Staff. DUDLEY H. GEIGENMULLER, Baltic, Connect.’, cut, Mechanical Engineering; Society of Automotive Engineers. YOKE YEN GIN, New York, New York, Mechanical Engineering; Mechanical Society. JOSE M. GONZA’LEZ, Rio Piedras, Puerto Rico, Mechanical Engineering. ANDRE F. GODEFROY, Watertown, Massachu¬ setts, Radio Engineering; Radio Engi¬ neering Society. MAURICE L. GRANT HAM, Anderson, Indiana, Chemical Engi¬ neering; American Chemical Society. EMORY F. GRASS, Mt. Pleasant, Michigan, Electrical Engineering; Electrical Engineering Society. Seniors Seniors BRYAN E. GRAVES, Brattleboro, Vermont, Electrical Engineering; Electri¬ cal Engineering Society. EDWARD J. GREY, Pottersville, New York, Civil Engineering; Civil Society. ROBERT R. GRUNDTNER, South Bend, Indiana, Mechanical Engineering;; American Society of Mechanical Engineers, American Society of Automotive Engi¬ neers. EARL D. HALBERG, Norwalk, California, Mechanical Engineering; Mechanical Engineering Society. WYN- DOL S. HAMER, Birmingham, Alabama, Mechanical Engineering; American So¬ ciety of Automotive Engineers. KENNETH W. HAMPTON, Bedford, Indiana, Mechani¬ cal Engineering. IRVING G. HANSEN, Toledo, Ohio, Electrical: Engineering; Radio Society, Electrical Society, Fly¬ ing Thunderbirds. JAMES E. HARSH- BARGER, Fairmount, Indiana, Mechani¬ cal Engineeri ng. BERT H. HEDLUND, Pasadena, California, Civil Engineering; Beta Phi Theta, Student Director, Civil Society. HAROLD K. HEDLUND, Pasadena, California, Civil Engineering; Beta Phi Theta, Student Director, Stu¬ dent Council, Civil Society, Junior Class Treasurer. ERNEST L. HEIMLICH, Cardington, Ohio, Accounting; Alpha Gamma Upsilon, Sigma Epsilon, Finan¬ cial and Legal. CHARLES A. HILL, Jackson, Michigan, Electrical Engineer¬ ing; Sigma Mu Sigma, President, Vice- President, Student Council, President, secretary. Financial and Legal, Secre¬ tary, Skull and Bones, C.O.A., Tri- Angle, Reporter, Modulus, Radio Society, Electrical Society, Athletic Board of Control. F.S. HIOE, Djakarta, Indonesia, Mechanical Engineering. ROBERT E. HOLTZAPPLE, South Bend, Indiana, Civil Engineering; Civil Society, Sigma Mu Sigma. JERRY H. HUDKINS, Ro- Chester, Indiana, Business Administra¬ tion; Sigma Epsilon, Financial and Legal. THOMAS J. HUDSON, Crawfordsville, Indiana, Accounting; Junior Chamber of Commerce, Secretary, • Sigma Epsilon. JOSEPH G. HUNECK, Marion, Indiana, Mechanical Engineering; Phi Kappa, Mechanical Society. JOHN L. HUN- SINGER, Sugarloaf, Pennsylvania, Mechanical Engineering; Society of Automotive Engineers, American Society of Tool Engineers. LELAND S. IOBE, Centreville, Michigan, Accounting. WILLIAM JACKEWICZ, New York, New York, Electrical Engineering; Tau Sigma Eta. GEORGE L. JACOX, Centreville, Michigan, Electrical Engineering; Electrical Society. JAMES E. JEROW, Kingstree, South Carolina, Business Administration; Sigma Epsilon, Financial and Legal. CARL W. JOHNSTON, Bryan, Ohio, Mechanical Engineering; Society of Automotive Engineers, Mechanical Engineering Society. KENNETH G. JOHNSON, Syracuse, New York, Me¬ chanical Engineering; Mechanical En¬ gineering Society, Secretary, Tau Sigma Eta. CHARLES W. JONES, Comminsky, Indiana, Radio Engineering; Sigma Mu Sigma, Radio Society. KENNETH W. JONES, Mishawaka, Indiana, Civil En¬ gineering; Christian Fellowship, Tri- State Chapter, Treasurer, President. KIYOSHI KABAZAWA, Honolulu, Hawaii, Accounting; Financial and Legal. ROGER M. KAISER, Bryan, Ohio, Me¬ chanical Engineering. MASAO KAMIDA, Honolulu, Hawaii, Civil Engineering; Civil Engineering Society. GEORGE V. KANDEL, Butler, Indiana, Business Administration; Alpha Beta Alpha, Treasurer, Silver Key. Seniors Seniors GORDON F. KARNS, Marshall, Michigan, Civil Engineering; Civil Society, Student Council Representative. JAMES H. KERN, Georgetown, Illinois, Accounting; Student Directors. GEORGE H. KIMURA, Pahala, Hawaii, Mechanical Engineer¬ ing; American Society of Automotive Engineers, Mechanical Society. RICHARD C. KLINGER, South Bend, Indiana, Radio Engineering; Radio Engineering Society, Tau Sigma Eta, Silver Key. JEROLD A. KOERNER, Butler, Indiana, Business Administration. ARTHUR J. LAMMINEN, Fremont, Indiana, Business Administration; Alpha Beta Alpha; Honorary Society. EWALD E. LANG, Bensenville, Illinois, Radio Engineering; Radio Engineering Society. JACK W. LANG, Elkhart, Indiana, Mechanical Engineering; Mechanical Engineering Society, Americal Society of Tool Engi¬ neers. JOHN R. LAVY, Hartville, Ohio, Drawing and Design; Photo Society, Treasurer. JOSEPH E. LEFEBVRE, Leominster, Massachusetts, Radio En¬ gineering; Radio Society. KENNETH D. LEFFLER, Hillsdale, Michigan, Me¬ chanical Engineering; Sigma Phi Delta, American Society of Tool Engineers, Mechanical Engineering Society. RAY¬ MOND J. LIDDELL, Gary, Indiana, Business Administration; Sigma Epsilon Society. HAROLD R. LLOYD, Marion, Ohio, Civil Engineering; Civil Society. BURTON L. LOCKWOOD, Elkhart, Indiana, Electrical Engineering; Electri¬ cal Engineering Society, Tau Sigma Eta. EARL F. LOEFFLER, Saginaw, Michigan, Electrical Engineering; Electrical Engi¬ neering Society, Tau Sigma Eta. ' I ( ( DONALD C. LOOMIS, Hutchinson, Kan¬ sas, Radio Engineering; Photo Society, Secretary, President. GEORGE MAEDA, Halaula, Hawaii, Radio Engineering; Radio Society, Secretary, Tau Sigma Eta. THEODORE E. MAGNUSON, JR. Auburn, Indiana, Business Administration; Sigma Epsilon Society. JOHN A. MAR- CINEK, JR., Chicopee, Massachusetts, Chemical Engineering; Beta Sigma Tau, Treasurer, Pledge Master, Chemical Society, Student Council, Representative. ARTHUR A. MATUSIAK, Gaylord, Michi¬ gan, Mechanical Engineering; Mechani¬ cal Engineering Society, American Socie¬ ty of Automotive Engineers, Alpha Sigma Phi, Custodian. DAVID L. MAYROSE, Muskegon, Michigan, Mechanical Engi¬ neering; American Society of Automotive Engineers, Mechanical Society. DAVIL R. MCDERMOTT, Lakewood, Ohio, Civil Engineering; Civil Society. WILLIAM R. MCKENZIE, Haddam, Kan¬ sas, Electrical Engineering; Sigma Mu Sigma, Electrical Engineering Society. CHARLES N. MILLER, Goshen, Indiana, Business Administration; Sigma Epsilon, Treasurer, Vice-President, Alpha Sigma Phi, President, Corresponding Secretary, Tri-Angle, Reporter, Organization Editor, Asst. News Editor, Editor-in- Chief, Financial and Legal, Student Director, Booster Club, Alpha Beta Alpha, Treasurer, Student Council, Skull and Bones, C.O.A. LEAMON E. MILLER, Moultrie, Georgia, Accounting; Alpha Sigma Phi, President, Vice- President, Sigma Epsilon, President, Treasurer, Student Director, Student Council, President, Tri-Angle, Managing Editor, News Editor, Skull and Bones, C.O.A., Vice-President, Junior Chamber of Commerce, President, Alpha Beta Alpha, Vice-President, Freshman Class Treasurer, Financial and Legal, Gold Key, 1955. JOHN P. MITCHELL, Elkhart, Indiana, Business Administra¬ tion; Sigma Epsilon, Band. JAMES A. MOLLER, Lyons, Illinois, Business Administration; Sigma Epsilon, Secretary, Alpha Sigma Phi, Custodian, Secretary. ROBERT E. MORIN, Maywood, Illinois, Administrative (Radio) Engineering; Skull and Bones, President, Radio Socie¬ ty, President, Vice-President, Student Council, Vice-President, Tau Sigma Eta, Phi Kappa, Executive Comm. Chairman. ROYCE A. MULLER, Black River, New York, Electrical Engineering; Electrical Engineering Society, Beta Sigma Tau. CHARLES E. NEDELL, Coldwater, Michigan, Business Admini¬ stration. Seniors Seniors JT9S, HOWARD W. NELSON, Kensington, Con¬ necticut, Mechanical Engineering; Ameri¬ can Society of Automotive Engineers, Mechanical Society. CHARLES E. NOR¬ MAN, New Castle, Pennsylvania, Me¬ chanical Engineering; Alpha Gamma Epsilon, Secretary, Chemical Society, Student Council, Mechanical Society, Society of Automotive Engineers, Tri- Angle Staff, Glider Club, American Socie¬ ty of Tool Engineer. PHILIP J. O’ BRIEN, Smith ' s Falls, Ontario, Canada, Business Administration; Alpha Sigma Phi, Treasurer, Corresponding Secretary, Skull and Bones, C.O.A., President, Secretary, Modulus, Editor-in-Chief, Sigma Epsilon, Student Council Repre¬ sentative, Vice-President, Inter-Frater¬ nity Council, Student Council, Jaycees Board of Directors, Booster Club, Fi¬ nancial and Legal , Student Director, Tri- Angle, Sports Editor, Fraternity Editor, Assistant Editor, Inter Fraternity Bowl¬ ing League, Commercial Bowling League, Freshman Class Vice-President. WIL¬ LIAM C. O ' BRIEN, South Milwaukee, Wisconsin, Business Administration; Alpha Sigma Phi, Financial and Legal, Sigma Epsilon, Booster Club, Tri- Angle, Varsity Golf, 1955 56, Junior Chamber of Commerce, Board of Di¬ rectors. CECIL E. O’DANIELL, Ava, Illinois, Civil Engineering; Civil Society. JOHN J. O ' LEARY, Astoria, L.I., New York, Mechanical Engineering; Tau Sigma Eta, Mechanical Engineering Society, Americal Society of Tool Engi¬ neers. GEORGE E. OHLIN, New Cas¬ tle, Pennsylvania, Civil Engineering; Band, Civil Society, Reporter, Phi Kappa. RUDOLPH B. OHNERSORGEN, Benson, Arizona, Radio Engineering; Radio Society. TERRY E. O ' TIER, Rochester, New York, Mechanical Engi¬ neering. JACK W. PAPKE, Wyandotte, Michigan, Radio Engineering; Radio Society. JOHN F. PARKS, Wareham, Massachusetts, Aeronautical Engineer¬ ing; Institute of Aeronautical Sciences, Vice-Chairman. DONALD F. PARTYKA, Chicago, Illinois, Civil Engineering; Phi Kappa, President, Student Council, Vice-P resident, Sophomore Class Vice- President, Civil Society. CLAIR C. PEARSON, Moline, Illinois, Radio Engi¬ neering; Radio Society. ERNEST R. PEDEN, Portland, Indiana, Accounting; Tri-Angle, Advertising Sales and Man- ager, Financial and Legal, Booster Club, Jaycees, Board of Directors, Alpha Sigma Phi. LESLIE J. PELTZ, Wacpnia, Minnesota, Certificate Engineering Drawing and De- Sign. NAPOLEON F. PIETRYKA, West Rutland, Vermont, Mechanical Engi¬ neering; American Society of Tool Engineers, American Society of Automo¬ tive Engineers. EDWARD D. POWER, Mishawaka, Indiana, Radio Engineering; Sigma Mu Sigma, Radio Society. EUGENE POZSGAI, South Bend, Indiana, Business Administration; Alpha Sigma Phi, Sigma Epsilon, Booster Club, Financial and Legal Aid, Tri-Angle. ROBERT F. PRETHER, Hollansburg, Ohio, Electri¬ cal Engineering. HARRY W. RESSE, JR., Adah, Pennsylvania, Mechanical Engineering; Financial and Legal Aid, Mechanical Engineering Society. CLAIR A. REESER, Duncannon, Pennsylvania, Business Administration. DONALD N. RHOADS, Granite City, Illinois, Civil Engineering; Civil Society. ROBERT A. RILEY, Adrian, Michigan, Radio Engineering; Alpha Gamma Upsilon, Vice-President, Treasurer, Radio Engi¬ neering Society, Student Council, Inter- Fraternity Council. DAVID G. RISTO, Benton Harbour, Michigan, Radio Engi¬ neerings Sigma Mu Sigma, President, Secretary, Radio Society. MAX E. ROBART, Avilla, Indiana, Accounting; Sigma Mu Sigma. MIGUEL A. RODRI- GREZ, Cayey, Puerto Rico, Civil Engi¬ neering; Beta Sigma Tau, Sport Manager, House Manager, Student Council, Inter- Fraternity Council, International Stu¬ dent Association, Civil Society, Fi¬ nancial and Legal Aid. ROBERT L. ROOT, Cranford, New Jersey, Business Administration; Alpha Sigma Phi, Pledge Marshall, steward. Corresponding Secre¬ tary, Tri-Angle, Advertising Manager, Modulus Staff, Layout Artist, Fraternity Representative. JAIME RUIZ, Rio Grande, Puerto Rico, Business Admini¬ stration. Seniors 39S «r Seniors JESUS SANDOVAL, San Antonio, Texas, Radio Engineering; Beta Phi Theta, Math Society, Radio Society. WILSON T. SAWYER, JR., Angola, Indiana, Accounting; Alpha Beta Alpha Honorary Society. RICHARD L. SCHUELKE, ELKHART, INDIANA, Mechanical Engi¬ neering; Sigma Mu Sigma, American Society of Tool Engineers, Inter-Fra¬ ternity Council. ANTHONY R. SCHULTZ, Dodge City, Kansas, Business Admini¬ stration; Sigma Epsilon Society. PAUL J. SEENEY, Floral Park, New York, Aeronautical Engineering; Beta Phi Theta, Secretary, Treasurer, Institute of Aeronautical Sciences, 550 Club. ELMER A. SHAFFNER, JR. Louisville, Kentucky, Business Administration; Sigma Epsilon Society. BENJAMIN J. SHEFFLER, Greensburg, Pennsylvania, Accounting; Sigma Mu Sigma, Sigma Epsilon, Financial and Legal Aid, Vice-President. JOO SUP SHIM, Seoul, Korea, Chemical Engineering; American Chemical Society, International Stu¬ dents Association. HAROLD F. SHULTZ, Hamilton, Indiana, Radio Engineering; Radio Society, Treasurer Tri-Angle, Student Council, Amateur Society Vice- President. WILLIAM SLUSARCZYK, Latrobe, Pennsylvania, Electrical Engineering. HERBERT J. SMITH, Jerome, Michigan, Electrical Engineer¬ ing; Electrical Engineering Society, Secretary, Tau Sigma Eta. ANTONIO P. SOARES, Uberaba, M.B., Brazil, Mechanical Engineering; American Society of Automotive Engineers. PHILIP E. SPEAR, Carlisle, Pennsyl¬ vania, Radio Engineering; Radio Society, Beta Sigma Tau, Secretary, Tau Sigma Eta. WILLIAM A. STANLEY, Dearborn, Michigan, Radio Engineering; Tau Sigma Eta, Beta Phi Theta. Seniors ROGER D. STEVENS, Erie, Pennsylvania, Radio Engineering; Radio Engineering Society, Student Council, Sigma Mu Sigma. DAVID A. STEWART, Oneonta, New York, Civil Engineering; Civil Society. RICHARD E. STOCKDALE. Peru, Indiana, Mechanical Engineering, American Society of Automotive Engi¬ neers, Mechanical Engineering Society. DOUGLAS E. STOCKHAM, BattleCreek, Michigan, Accounting; Commercial Bowl¬ ing, Sigma Epsilon, Treasurer, Alpha Beta Alpha, Treasurer, Secretary, Tri- Angle, Student Directors, Alpha Sigma Phi, Treasurer. LEE W. SUTTON, Angola, Indiana, Business Administra¬ tion; Sigma Epsilon Society. MARTIN A. TAUMAN, Forest Hills, New York, Electrical Engineering; Electrical En¬ gineering Society,- Speaker Committee, Sophomore Class President, Modulus, Editorial Staff, Layout Editor, Sigma Mu Sigma. ELMER A. TAYLOR, Watseka, Illinois, Radio Engineering; Band, Radio Society, Student Director. WILLIAM C. THOMAS, Indianapolis, Indiana, Business Administration. DONALD J. THORNHILL, Chaumont, New York, Mechanical Engineering. DONALD D. TOLER, Clear Fork, West Virginia, Mechanical Engineering; Mechanical Engineering Society, Treasurer, American Society of Auto¬ motive Engineers. WILLIAM C. TRAU- TERMAN, Vandergrift, • Pennsylvania, Civil Engineering; Civil Society, Socie¬ ty of Automotive Engineers. CHARLES M. TRIERWEILER, Westphalia, Michigan, Mechanical Engineering; American Socie¬ ty of Automotive Engineers. RICHARD E. VAN DE RWAY, Chicago, Illinois, Mechanical Engineering; American Socie¬ ty of Tool Engineers, American Society of Automotive Engineers, Alpha Gamma Epsilon. KENNETH R. VANDYGRIFF, South Bend, Indiana, Mechanical Engi¬ neering; American Society of Automotive Engineers, Mechanical Society. Seniors BRUCE A. VAUGHAN, Swanton, Ohio, Civil Engineering; Junior Class Presi¬ dent, Tau Sigma Eta, Sigma Mu Sigma, Civil Society. JUDSON W. VIRDEN, Carey, Ohio, Civil Engineering; Civil Society, Flying Thunderbirds. JOSEPH E. WAGNER, Mt. Sterling, Illinois, Electrical Engineering. BRUCE E. WALWORTH, Adrian, Michigan, Certi¬ ficate in Drawing and Design. HUGH J. WESTERN, Auburn, Indiana, Business Administration; Sigma Epsilon Society. ARTHUR B. WINDSON, Flint, Michigan, Radio Engineering; Radio Society, Treasurer. JOHN W. WOODLIEY, Mishawaka, Indiana, Electrical Engi¬ neering; Electrical Engineering Society. ROBERT L. WRIGHT, Kendallville, Indiana, Chemical Engineering;; Ameri¬ can Chemical Society. OSYP S. WRUB- LIWSKY, Cleveland, Ohio, Electrical Engineering; International Students Association, Electrical Engineering Society, Photo Society. DONALD M. YONDJI, Lihue, Kauai, T.H., Radio Engineering; Radio Society, Sigma Phi Delta. CHAI KEUN YU, Seoul, Korea, Chemical Engineering;; Beta Sigma Tau, Corresponding Secretary, Chemical Society, International Students Associa¬ tion. CHARLES L. ZDRAZIL, JR., Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin, Radio En¬ gineering; Radio Engineering Society. RICHARD A. ZIMA, Manitowa, Wisconsin, Accounting; Alpha Sigma Phi, Sigma Epsilon, Financial and Legal Aid, College Band. OSCAR L. CRUZ, Caracas, Venezuela, Civil Engineering; Phi lota Alpha, Civil Engineering Socie¬ ty, International Students Association. Class Officers FALL ' 55 SENIOR CLASS Robert Ahlman, Pres ident MMHj Gregory Ehalt, T reasurer JUNIOR CLASS Frank Kim, Vice-Pres ident Robert Little Secretary Robert Oring, President Charles MacLaughlin, Vice-Pres ident SOPHOMORE CLASS Thomas Reynolds, Treasurer Martin Tauman. Pres ident Donald Partyka, Vice-Pres ident Mary Ett a Grandys, Secretary James Dunchuck, Treasurer Bruce Vaughan, Pres ident George Englesson, Vice-Pres ident Thomas Carberry, Secretary Harold Hedlund, T reasurer SOPHOMORE CLASS David Whitney, President Frank Scopetti, Vice-President James Dunnie, Secretary Carl Brock, Treasurer FRESHMAN CLASS Jim Arnold, President Bob Durgin, Secretary Paul Lemieux, T reasurer Leo Carroll, Vice-Pres ident SPRING ' 56 SENIOR CLASS Hector Launier, Secretary JUNIOR CLASS Van Will iamson, T reasurer Robert Oring, Pres ident -J L I ' r Ca— Charles W. Aldrich, Electrical Engineering, Paxton, Illinois; Frank LeRoy Allen, Business Administra¬ tion, Emporium, Penna.; Jecel Mattos DeAssumpcao, Radio Engineering, Presidente Prudente, Brazil; Robert L. Berqquist, Mechanical Engineering, Chicago, Illinois; Clement F. Bernier, Mechanical Engi¬ neering, Hartford, Conn.; Carl F. Brock, Mechanical Engineering, Bremen, Indiana; Jai Soon Chung, Business Administration, Seoul, Korea; Robert L. Coplen, Accounting Business Administration, Akron, Indiana; Rodney P. Cravens, Aeronautical Engineering, Lewellen, Nebraska; Thomas A. Cunningham, Civil Engineering, Plattsburgh, New York; Donald F. Dupre, Aeronautical Engineering, Fiskdale, Mass.; William L. Elrod, Mechanical Engineering, Pekin, Indiana; Phillip E. Emanuel, Aeronautical Engineering, Edgerton, Ohio; Willis W. Fisher, Civil Engineering, Angola, Indiana; Robert E. Foote, Business Admini¬ stration, Mt. Jewett, Penna.; Alden B. Gable, Civil Engineering, Hershey, Penna.; Ralph K. Gasche, Electrical Engineering, Clio, Michigan; Richard F. Geide, Jr., Aeronautical Engineering, Binghamton, New York; Harold A. Gesell, Civil Engineering, Rochester, New York; Dale I. Gorden, Electrical Engi¬ neering, LaPorte, Indiana. Gordon L. Hall, Electrical Engineering, Muskegon, Michigan; Roland F. Harmon, Jr., Aeronautical En¬ gineering, Caribou, Maine; Frank C. Hill, Electrical Engineering, Indianapolis, Indiana; John Paxton Hill, Electrical Engineering, Avon Park, Florida;; Kieth T. Hinshaw, Civil Engineering, New Castle, Indiana; Richard D. Hufnagle, Mechanical Engineering, Hillsdale, Michigan; John F. Hughes, Mechani¬ cal Engineering, Cheektowaga, New York; Wayne P. Hults, Mechanical Engineering, Logansport, Indiana; Richard R. Jankowski, Administrative (Mechanical) Engineering, Bethlehem, Penna.; Douglas L. Jones, Mechanical Engineering, Ravenna, Ohio; William J. Fleming, Accounting, Hoosick Falls, New York; Paul R. Kahlenbeck, Mechanical Engineering, Huntington, Indiana; Paul E. Keen, Mechanical Engineer¬ ing, Michigan City, Indiana; Gerald J. Klook, Civil Engineering, Romeo, Michigan; Ralph I. Kratzer, Radio Engineering, Leipsic, Ohio; Irwin J. Kusel, Business Administration, Coldwater, Michigan; Josheph Layden, Business Administration, Attica, Indiana; James Vernon Marihugh, Electrical Engineer¬ ing, Defiance, Ohio; John S. McMurray, Jr., Mechanical Engineering, Utica, Pennsylvania; Donald B. Miller, Electrical Engineering, Grand Rapids, Michigan. juniors Ralph E. Milson, Mechanical Engineering, Buffalo, New York; Richard B. Moss, Electrical Engineering, Lima, Ohio; Raymond S. Nomura, Aeronautical Engineering, Honolulu, Hawaii; John D. O’Keefe, Ac¬ counting, Providence, R.I.; Josephine M. Papke, Business Administration, Wyandotte, Michigan; Charles E. Peterson, Mechanical Engineering, Dowagiac, Michigan; Lester E. Pherigo, Mechanical Engineering, Hallsville, Illinois; Theodore W. Pyles, Business Administration, Victoria, Illinois; Owen W. Rail, Business Administration, Montgomery, Alabama; Richard G. Ressler, Aeronautical Engineering, Stevens Point, Wis.; Forrest L. Robinson, Business Administration, New Paris, Indiana; John A. Rohn, Mechani¬ cal Engineering, Nunica, Michigan; William E. Rosst, Electrical Engineering, Brooklyn, New York; Clyde E. Rose, Electrical Engineering, Benton, Illinois; Howard I. Schweitzer, Mechanical Engineering, Chillicothe, Ohio; Frank A. Scoppetti, Mechanical Engineering, Carlisle, Penna,; Alex Stevenson Jr., Mechanical Engineering, New Jersey; John I. Stewart, Electrical Engineering, Brantford, Ontario, Can.; Robert A. Stuttler, Mechanical Engineering, Pleasant Lake, Indiana; Reg E. Sweet, Radio Engineering, Rome, N.Y. {juniors Whilston D. Taylor, Civil Engineering, Montego Bay, Jamaica, British West Indies; Arthur L. Wanninger, Radio Engineering, Dale, Indiana; Floyd G. West, Mechanical Engineering, Attica, New York; Keefer J. Whitman, Accounting, Logan, West Virginia; David E. Whitney, Mechanical Engineering, Barnstable, Mass.; Glenn C. Wideman, Radio Engineering, Lyons, New York; Frederick G. Wilder, Accounting, Chardon, Ohio; Roger W. Wiles, Business Administration, Linden, Michigan; Wesley W. Wilkining, Electri¬ cal Engineering, Crete, Illinois; Welsey Wilson, Civil Engineering, Richmond, Indiana; Richard F. Witt- man. Electrical Engineering, To ledo, Ohio; Lawrence Yednak, Electrical Engineering, Gary, I nd iana; Fred L. Yoder, Aeronautical Engineering; Pemberton, Ohio; Oscar Cruz, Chemical Engineering, Caracas, Venezuela. SOPHOMORES FRESHMEN James D. Arnold, Business Administration, South Bend, Ind.; Walter Aronen, Business Administration, Embarrass, Minn.; Robert L. Bahr, Mechanical Engineering, Muscatine, Iowa; Robert L. Baker, Civil Engineering, Beaver, Penna.; Robert I. Baxter, Business-Administration, Benton Harbor, Mich.; John D. Beck, Business Administration, Elkhart, Indiana; Don F. Blair, Business Administration, Butler, Indiana; Dana L. Boatman, Mechanical Engineering, Elkhart, Indiana; Albert Borkowski, Radio Engineering, Port Arthur, Ontario; H. Russell Bristol, Jr., Mechanical Engineering, Darien, Conn.; John T. Burch, Mechani¬ cal! Engineering, Trenton, Mich.; William C. Burch, Mechanical Engineering, Trenton, Mich.; Leo J. Carroll, Business Administration, Johnstown, Penn.; Angel Cayo, Mechanical Engineering, New York, New York; Jerry L. Chiddister, Mechanical Engineering, Goshen, Indiana; James C. Church, Mechanical Engineering, Lock Haven, PennsyIvania; Ronald E. Clark, Electrical Engineering, London, Ohio; Richard A. Davis, Chemical Engineering, Elkhart, Indiana; Thomas L. Drake, Radio Engineering, Reading, Michigan; Robert L. Durgin, Business Administration, Haverhill, Mass. Philip W. Edwards, Chemical Engineering, Albion, Mich.; Max D. Entsminger, Electrical Engineering, Maquoketa, Iowa; Gerald S. Faust, Business Administration, Arlington Hts., III.; Paul L. Fields, Radio Engineering, Blue Point, N.Y.; Glenn R. Gaster, Electrical Engineering, Mt. Union, Penn.; Arvin L. Gossman, Electrical Engineering, Mitchell, Ind.; Mary Etta Grandys, Accounting, Crown Point, |nd.; Leon E. Hard, Mechanical Engineering, Quincy, Michigan; John J. Hoffman, Mechanical Engineering, South Bend, Ind.j Richard L. Hudson, Civil Engineering, Sandusky, Ohio; Thomas W. Jacoby, Mechanical Engineering, South Bend, Ind.; Joseph G. Jelley, Business Administration, Blairsville, Penn.; Elton L. Kavanagh, Mechanical Engineering, Malvern, Jamaica; Arthur J. Kavie, Aeronautical Engineering, Wyandotte, Mich.; Gene L. Klock, Radio Engineering, Freeport, Ind.; Robert C. Korb Jr. Radio Engineer- ing. Traverse City, Mich., Kenneth G. Kuhn, Mechanical Engineering, Platte Center, Nebr.; Robert I. Kusel, Business Administration, Coldwater, Mich.; Joseph R. Lefebvre, Aeronautical Engineering, Leominster, Mass.; Paul J. Lemieux, Business Administration, Manchester, N.H. Clarence T. Lind, Chemical Engineering, Youngstown, Ohio; Richard B. Livingston, Radio Engineering, Niagara Falls, N.Y.; Donald R. Loew, Mechanical E ng ineering, Wheel ing, W.Va.; Warren B. Luckie, Accounting, East Rochester, N.Y.; John A. Luther, Aeronautical Engineering, Carthage, N.Y.; Ken E. McCandless, Mechanical Engineering, Mars, Penn.; Hugh J. McGuigan Jr.; Aeronautical Engineering, Gloucester Hts., N.J.; Amos L. McKimson, Electrical Engineering, Sheldon, III.; Charles K. McKnight, Business Administration, Indianapolis, Ind.; Wiley W. Miller, Electrical Engineering, Sandusky, Ohio; James J. Mi 11 s, E lectrica I E ngineeri ng. New York,N.Y.; Ronald L. Moncadac, Civil Engineering, Managua, Nicaragua; John S. Novak, Mechanical Engineering, Riverside, III.; Charles E. Parker, Aeronautical Engineering, Dexter, Mo.; Bernard G. Pfalzer, Accounting, Buffalo, N.Y.; Donald A. Phaneuf, Civil Engineering, Kapuskasing, Ontario; Eugene A. Puckett, Mechanical Engineering, Hamilton, Ohio; David A. Rees, Aeronautical Engineering, Fremont, Ind.; Thomas H. Rhoads, Electrical Engineering, Lincoln, III.; Charles R. Robbins, Business Administration, Richmond, Ind. m Wendell R. Roush, Business Administration, Washington, Ohio; Donald R. Scharf, Aeronautical Engineer¬ ing, Monroeville, Ohio; John A. Schmidt, Radio Engineering, Boothwyn, Penn.;; Byron L. Seymore, Radio Engineering, Biloxi, Miss.; David E. Shaw, Civil Engineering, Mars, Penn.; Harold W. Strickland, Me¬ chanical Engineering, New Sarpy, Penn.; Carlton J. Taylor Jr., Business Administration, Sarasota, Fla.; John T. Taylor, Mechanical Engineering, Ogdensburg, N.Y.;; Clarence A. Tyler, Electrical Engineering, Lake Odessa, Mich.; Donald E. Valentine, Mechanical Engineering, Cedar Falls, Iowa.; Ronald B. Web¬ ster, Mechanical Engineering, Sheffield, Mass.; Jan R. Wells, Electrical Engineering, Three Rivers, Mich.; Fenn P. Welsheimer, Civil Engineering, Charlevoix, Mich.; Bruce A. Wideman, Civil Engineering, Lyons, N.Y.; Frank J. Williams, Business Administration, New York, N.Y.; John 0. Wright, Radio En¬ gineering, Oak Ridge, Tenn.; Gordon H. Wyllie, Business Administration, Kenmore, N.Y.; Donald P. Zurfluh, Aeronautical Engineering, Ridgway, Penn. 5 Wayne Champion Robert Cook Harold Hoolihan Howard Hoolihan Gerald Moore L. P. Myers Lyle Oleson Ronald Pufahl J. Glenn Radcliffe Robert Ramsay Skull Md Hones, C.O.A- In the spring of 1948 the foundation was laid for Skull and Bones, C. 0. A., an Honorary Society. Membership in Skull and Bones, C. 0. A., is by elec¬ tion 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. Harry Stell ing Billy Sunday Paul Taylor Theodore Wood Howard Dingman William Faughn William Fitzpatrick Lloyd Gardner Donald Gautsch Bill Gertz Charles Hill Charles MacLaughlin SUMMER 1955 - President, Donald Conklin; Vice- President Treasurer, Joseph Gayda; Secretary, Dayle Stevens; FALL 1955 - President, Joseph Gayda; Vice-President Treasurer, William Faughn; Secretary, Douglas Mowat; WINTER 1956 - President, Jerry Flanigan; Vice-President, John Richards; Secretary, William Faughn; Treasurer, Douglas Mowat; SPRING 1956 - President, Robert Morin; Vice-President, Leamon Miller; Secretary, Philip O’Brien; Treasurer, Lloyd Gardner. Philip O’Brien Dave Whitney Wesley Wilkening John Metzger Robert Morin Robert Oring Charles Miller Leamon Miller Ross Butler Quintin Hawthorne Raymond Hemmert Lyle Oleson FACULTY ADVISORS Zau Sigma St a 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 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 no more than five C’s or C-plus. A grade of D or lower disqualifies a student for membership. An average of A for three successive quarters automatically creates eligibility for membership. 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 main¬ tenance of high scholastic records. A banquet is held each quarter as a climax to the quarter ' s activities and aids in encouraging and fostering the ideals of the society. The used book sale at the beginning and end of each quarter is one of the organization’s functions. SUMMER 1955 - President, Frederick McGirr; Secretary, Nelson J. McCarty; Treasurer, Benjamin Hessler; FALL 1955 - President, Nelson J. McCarty; Secretary, Gerald N. Hunt; Treasurer, Donald Chambers; WINTER 1956 - President, Gerald N. Hunt; Secretary, Robert Oring; Treasurer, Ronald Moyer; SPRING 1956 - President, Robert Oring; Secretary, Charles MacLaughlin; Treasurer, Hector Launier. George E. Cooper Joseph E. Cadoret Jr. Thomas Carberry James W. Chapman Alien Brand Maurice Craig Raymond Dussia George Englesson William H. Ferwalt Carl D. Gecowets Richard F. Geide Gordon L. Hall Paul Kahlenbeck R. C. Klinger Hector Launier Robert Lee Kenneth McCartney Robert E. Morin Ronald Moyer John O ' Leary Robert Oring Joseph Palermo Herbert J. Smith Philip E. Spear Will iam Stanley Bruce Vaughan Joseph E. Wagner Richard F. Wittman I 1st row, left to right: Charles Miller, Leamon Miller, Lloyd Gardner, James Dunchuck, Wilson Sawyer, William Marvez, Van Williamson, Wesley Wilkening, Charles MacLaughlin, Karl Hahn. 2nd row, left to right: Whilston Taylor, George Englesson, William Fitzpatrick, R.D. Thimlar, William Faughn, John Ryan, Edward Grenant, Jose Fernandez, Harold Hed- lund, Bertil Hedlund, Maurice Craig, Robert Haynes, David Whitney, Procter Sherwin. 3rd row, left to right: Phil O ' Brien, Robert Coplen, Kenneth John¬ son, John Metzger, James Kern, Frank Bridge, Arch Jones, Douglas Stockham, David Lue, Elmer Tay¬ lor, Murray Bennett. 4th row, left to right: Billy Fisher, John Bendik, Kenneth F. Johnson, Robert Oring, Jack Brown. Zri-State Student ' Directors The Tri-State Student Directors, an officially recognized honorary organization, was instituted during the Winter Quarter 1954. Membership, which consists of representatives from all phases of campus life, is by selection and is based on leadership, dependability, cooperation, scholarship, and a desire to promote the welfare of the college. The basic function of the organization is service. Some activities with which the Directors are speci¬ fically identified include, Orientation for new stu¬ dents, Registration, Baccalaureate, Commencement, Al umni Homecoming and the annual Christmas Party for Tri-State children. The organization is closely associated with the office of the Dean of Students. ! Scholastic Awards SEPTEMBER 1955 - JUNE 1956 PLACQUE Everett Meyers Robert GOLD KEYS Hector Loonier David Levers Charles MacLaughlin Leamon Miller George Cooper Leo Hasbrouck John O’Leary SILVER KEYS Joseph Cadoret, Jr. Carman Chapman Maurice Craig Max Glass George Kandel Nicholas Klist Burton Lockwood George Maeda John Parks Robert Rogers Philip Spear Douglas Stockham Lyle Brewer Charles Miller Clair Pearson Joseph R oss Richard Wittman Thomas Carbery, Jr. James Chapman Wm. Ferwalt Kenneth Johnson Richard Klinger Robert Lee Earl Loeffler Thano Matthews Dwight Reader Daniel Sedam Wi 11 iam Stanley Dale Abbott Carl Brock Charles Nedel Walter Pettit Bruce Vaughan Douglas Yale Oring Wilson Sawyer Herbert Smith Theodore Stump Jack Brown Don Deibert Raymond Dussia George Englesson Richard Geide Forest Godby Gordon Hall Wm. Jackewicz Arch. W. Jones Paul Kahlenbeck Ralph Kratzer John Mallick Kenneth McCartney John Nemcovich Robert Prether Joseph Wagner Chai Yu OFFICERS SUMMER 1955 - President, Kenneth Wiley; Vice President Secretary, Ann Cunningham; Treasurer, Joseph Gayda. FALL 1955 - President, Milton Jones; Vice President Secretary, Pauline Mason; Treasurer, Douglas Stockham. WINTER 1956 - President, Dwight Reader; Vice President Secretary, Leamon Miller; Treasurer, George Kande I. SPRING 1956 President, Douglas Yale; Vice President, Robert Coplen; Secretary, Douglas Stockham; Treasurer, Charles Miller. .Alpha Meta Alpha Alpha Beta Alpha, the honorary society, was founded in September 1938. The Society was created to recognize outstanding leadership among students in the School of Commerce. The object of the Society is to create an enthusiasm for scholarship, to promote leadership, and to develop charactership. Those who, through a combination of ability and earnest effort, become members, deem it a worthy honor as is evidenced by the active support and interest taken in the Society by the alumni members. Under the guidance of Professors H. R. Hoolihan and H. W. Hoolihan, the Society encourages its members and all future members to maintain a high scholastic standing. To be eligible for membership, a student must maintain an average grade of ‘B M for four successive terms with no more than one grade of " C " or an average grade of " A” for three successive terms. The high ideals set by Alpha Beta Alpha as a standard could well serve as a goal for all students in the School of Commerce. Robert Coplen Gilbert Dean Charles Miller Pauline Mason Douglas Stockham Wilson Sawyer Billy Fisher George Kandel Dwight Reader Leamon Miller Kenneth Wiley Douglas Yale ' MARILYN GLASS Sweetheart Of Alpha Qamma Upsilon Clayton Dipert Pres ident Jim Surack T reasurer Henry Haladay V ice-president Chuck Norman Corresponding Secretary Wilma Kerlin House Mother Vic Julien Faculty Advisor Ramsay Jackson Faculty Advisor Bill Fitzpatrick Hugh Frisbie Bob Riley Byron Rouce Len Delac m hm| iifli i S3 ii wi i IKTJ MARY JO HASENAUER Sweetheart Of Alpha Sigma Phi f Left to Right: Frank Allen, Vice-President; Charles Miller, President;; Malcolm Bombrys, Secretary; Philip O’Brien, Treasurer. Alpha Sigma Phi BETA OMICRON CHAPTER SUMMER QUARTER 55 FALL QUARTER 55 President, William T. Jones; Vice-President, Thomas C. Endsley; Treasurer, William R. Faughn; Secretary, Douglas H. Mowat. President, Thomas C. Endsley; Vice-President, Leamon E. Miller; Treasurer, Douglas E. Stockham; Secretary, Patrick J. Piecham. WINTER QUARTER 56 President, Leamon E. Miller; Vice-President, Charles T. Fancher; Treasurer, Donald L. Deibert; Secretary, James A. Moller. SPRING QUARTER 56 President, Charles N. Miller; Vice-President, Frank L. Allen; Treasurer, Philip J. O’Brien; Secretary, Malcolm W. Bombrys. 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 fraternity, 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 of the Alpha Sigma Phi fraternity. Alpha Sigma Phi stands for charity, culture, loyalty, 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. IPit,i iii |U ' 1 jj •i| • ' i mill 1 Frank Allen Tony Andol ina James Arnold John Beck Chester Bican Malcolm Bombrys Wayne Champion David Chase Ralph Christiansen Donald Deibert Harvey Dillon Gregory Ehalt Thomas Endsley Charles Fancher Wi 11 iam Faughn Luther Folks Robert Foote Joseph Gayda Harold Gibson Gordon Hall Roland Harmon Thomas Harris Robert Haynes John Humber Wi 11 iam Jones Paul Lemieux Thomas Madden Arthur Matus iak Edmund Middel Charles Mi I ler Leamon Miller James Moller Jack Morrow Douglas Mowat Philip O’Brien William O ' Brien Richard Parker Will iam Patterson Ernest Peden Patrick Piecham Eugene Pozsgai Theodore Pyles Forrest Robinson Robert Root John Stewart Douglas Stockham Floyd West Richard Zimc 1 ■. ■PI | Mr 7 -• ' Tfjfo V 1 v i ' Kb» . mW w k. KMMm iBjnmiM wmbmi jpjp ' x 1 •, : C ! fcf f ' Pjg ft §,, BEVERELY STANLEY Sweetheart Of Meta Phi Zheta OFFICERS Left to Right: Bob Carlson, Ron Mix, Paul Seeney, Al Albro. Pet a Phi Zheta SUMMER 1955 - President, Norman Feichter; Vice- FALL 1955 - President, George Saxton; Vice- President, William Early; Secretary, George Saxton; President, Ray McShirley; Secretary, Arlis Gorby; Treasurer, Bruce Johnson. Treasurer, Al Albro. WINTER 1956 - President, Arlis Gorby; Vice-Presi¬ dent, Con ny Sjostrom; Secretary, Paul Seeney; Treasurer, Bill Donigan. SPRING 1956 - President, Al Albro; Vice-President, Ron Mix; Secretary, Bob Carlson; Treasurer, Pool Seeney. Beta Phi Theta was founded at the Milwaukee State Teachers College in November, 1917. The first social fraternity at the College, it flurished 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, 1942, 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 Cotlege 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 being the promotion of good fellowship. So successful was the organization that it was decided to expand to afford other students the opportunity of enjoying this relationship. At this time. Lambda Phi Ep¬ silon was formed. The membership of this frater¬ nity grew, and recognizing one of the great needs of the college students, opened the first fraternity house at Tri-State College in 1925. Four years later, when the college recognized fraternities, the members of Lambda Phi Epsilon realized the advantages of national membership and became the Delta Chapter of Beta Phi Theta. Delta Chapter now in its’ twenty-seventh 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. I Al Albro Bert Bennett Virg Hertzer Dick Johnson Dick Brophy Bob Carlson Paul Kenny Frank Lenandowski Brian Chase Marshall DeGraw Ron Mix Dick Overstrom Bill Donigan George Galenek Bill Peterson Jesse Sandoval Bert Hedlund Hal Hedlund Paul Seeney John Standiford Front row; Bev Stanley, Nancy St.Clair, Liz Griffis, Janice DeGraw. Back row; Eleanor Kenny, Rae Sandoval, Esther Balcock, Lornie Schindler. Not pictured; Kathy Hedlund, Nan Byers, Naomi Poffenbarger, Lois Overstrom, Mary Ann Johnson. Alpha Delta G amma, the wives group of Beta Phi Theta fraternity, was formed in February of 1955. This group was formed primarily to bring the wives closer to the fraternity. They undertake various projects towards the improvement of the fraternity house. This group meets on Wednesdays twice a month. There is a short business meeting followed by a social and refreshments. The wives enjoy the meetings because it gives them an opportunity to get better acquainted. Donald St.Clair Norm Ziegler .Alpha ' Delta $ amnia Jerry Jewe 11 1st. Vice President Richard Okamura Recording Secretary Frank Scopetti Pres ident John Marcinek T reasurer Whi I ston Tay lor 2nd Vice President Chai Keun Yu Corr. Secretary EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE FOR THE SPRING QUARTER 1956 Meta Sigma Zau Equality, Understanding, Unity Beta Sigma Tau’s chapter at Tri-State College had its beginnings on October 13, 1950, when Theta Mu Pii officially affiliated with the national frater¬ nity. 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. The chap¬ ter 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 elected to be¬ come 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 College. Gtorge Stump Pa ul Kahlenbeck Ronald Titsworth Rich Russel l Val C i mera ar Moe Mitzman Roush Wendell Dav Philip Spear Miguel Rodriguez Duey Currier Whitney Gerald Michael Victor Vargas Edward Hoshu« Richard Reichard 8 - if ' i Royce Mullen Dale Troxell Arch Jones Meta Mees Left to Right: Mrs. D. Whitney, Mrs. A. Jones (Secretary), Mrs. D. Ditmarson, Mrs. P. Spear (Presi¬ dent), and Mrs. F. Scoppetti (Vice President). The Beta Bees, is an organization formed by the wives of the members of this fraternity. This group of women met in the fraternity house on April 15th and after electing a president, went on to draw up a constitution. We wish them the best of every thing, and are positive that this organization shall grow in the years to come. j if t j pH Kappa Sigma Kappa SUMMER 1955 President, David King; Vice- President, Donald Conklin; Secretary, Richard Hodgin; Treasurer, Terry Bishop. FALL 1955 President, Jerry Flanigan; Vice-President, Richard Hodgin; Secretary, John Johnson; Treasurer, John Richard. WINTER 1956 - President, Terry Bishop; Vice-President, Gorden Leathers; Secretary, James Dunchuck; Treasurer, Jerry Flanigan. SPRING 1956 - President, James Fruit; Vice-President, Arthur Fontana; Secretary, Maynard Ealing; Treasurer, James Dunchuck. 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 sixty active chapters. i Quintin Hawthorne Ronald Pufahl Allen Anderson Walter Holcomb Robert Cherry N icholas Coblio Richard Coons Charles Dowd Robert Durgin James Dunchuck Maynard Ealing Arthur Fontana James Fruit Joseph JeI ley John Johnson Charles Karns Ronald Lewis Jerry Prickett James Radant Phil ip Schlge James Schmitt Donald Voegeli 1 ] f M 1 Phi Kappa ALPHA GAMMA COLONY SUMMER 1955 - President, Bob Kokenda; Vice- President, Peter Mytchak; Secretary, Frank Gaydos; Treasurer, Don Partyka. FALL 1955 - President, Peter Mytchak; Vice-Presi¬ dent, Leo Hasbrouck; Secretary, Don Johnston; Treasurer, Bob Morin. WINTER 1956 - President, Bill Schmitt, Vice-Presi¬ dent, Don Partyka; Secretary, Ray Gallagher; Treasur¬ er, Don Copeland. SPRING 1956 - President, Don Partyka; Vice-Presi¬ dent, John Gluck; Secretary, Bob Dullea; Treasurer, Paul Garofolo. 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 Fra¬ ternity, 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 cam¬ pus is to aid each member in bettering his efforts in learning; the development of a sense of responsi¬ bility 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 undertakings. Mrs. Muriel Wagner Father Christophere Raymond Gallagher Paul Garofolo Edward Pavel William Beggs Kenneth Getchell John Gluck Daniel Calendo Leo Carroll Gerald Graumann John Gregory Donald Copeland Robert Dullea Leo Hasbrouck Wi 11 iam Heher Walter Dykas Warren Franklin Joseph Huneck Richard Jankow sk i ! Donald Johnston Nicholas K I ist Theodore Sachs John Schmalz Robert Morin Edwin O’Bryon Will iam Schmitt James Shuler Edward Ohlin John O’Husky William Si me k Kenneth Soule Donald Partyka John Petras Frank Stewart John Talbott Robert Racine Raymond Regan Gregor Wilkinson RUSCEL HOLTZAPPLE Sweetheart Of Sigma Mu Sigma SPRING TERM Donald Wehrhahn Pres ident Roger Nyhlen Vice-President Joseph Ross T reasurer Samuel Daskam Secretary Sigma Mu Sigma Fred Wilder Secretary David Risto President Len Scheponick Vice-President WINTER TERM Roger Nyhlen T reasurer Sigma Mu Sigma HONORARY MEMBERS Leland Ax Roy Bodie Jr. Norman Damlos Cecil Hauber Arthur Hockey The Alpha Chapter of Sigma Mu Sigma Fraternity was founded at Tri-State College on March 25, 1921, by three Master Masons. This organization was the first fraternity on the campus, and has the distinc¬ tion of being the oldest recognized fraternal organi¬ zation 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 nine chap¬ ters throughout the country. Brothers of Sigma Mu Sigma are proud of its history and achievements inthe scholastic and social phases, and are continually striving to surpass the goals set by previous 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. Harold Hoolihan Howard Hoolihan Robert Ramsey Clyde Shaw Jonas Crisman Charles A. Hill Robert Holtzapple Duane Burnett Samuel Daskam Wayne E. Juby Charles W. Jones Richard A. Daume James P. Davidson Willard Kassler Marion Lindsay Robert L. Dennis Jack G. Edwards Donald R. Loew Wi II iam Marino John B. Furman William J. Gertz William McKenzie Roger Nyhlen James D. Bouman Carl F. Brock Donald Phaneuf Edward Power Ben Sheffler Roger Stevens Ralph Quackenbush Victor Reinstein Martin Tauman Roland Unzueta David Risto Joseph Ross Earnest Vance Bruce Vaughan Donald Rutan Len Scheponick Joseph Vossen Donald Wehrhahn Richard Schuelke Lyle Shaffstal I Fred Wilder Wesley Wilson LEFT TO RIGHT, TOP ROW: Mrs. Mary Power, Mrs. Avanelle Jones, Mrs. Charlotte Risto, Mrs. Verla Lee McKenzie, Mrs. Mary Lindsay. LEFT TO RIGHT, BOTTOM ROW; Mrs. Joline Quackenbush, Mrs. Mildred Stevens, Mrs. Sally Daskam. MEMBERS NOT SHOWN: Mrs. Margaret Dennis, Mrs. Suzanne Furman, Mrs. lone Wilson, Mrs. Tina Brock, Mrs. Ruscel Holtzapple, Mrs. Marlene Vaughan, Mrs. Patricia Rutan, Mrs. Alice Robart. Sigma Su’s The Sigma Su ' s Club is made up of wives of members of Sigma Mu Sigma Fraternity. The purpose of the Sigma Su’s is to promote closer relationships between the Fraternity and the wives’ organization. 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. The Sigma Su’s were first organized some years ago but the organization dwindled out and was later re-activated in January, 1954, with four members, Joann Freathy, Gloria Crail, Joan Goodship, and Wanda Davidson. The only elected officer is a secretary, elected each quarter, who keeps minutes, directs meetings and also collects and accounts money. NANCY MYERS Sweetheart Of Sigma Phi Delta Wesley Wilkening Edward Hanlon Edwin Gernant Chief Engineer Assistant Chief Engineer Secretary George Englesson T reasurer Sigma Phi ' Delta SUMMER 1955 FALL 1955 Chief Engineer, Paul Williams; Assistant Chief Chief Engineer, Paul Williams; Assistant Chief Engineer, Wesley Wilkening; Secretary, Edward Engineer, Wesley Wilkening; Secretary, Edward Hanlon; Treasurer, Marvin Marsh. Hanlon; Treasurer, Charles Akers. WINTER 1956 Chief Engineer, Wesley Wilkening; Assistant Chief Engineer, Edward Hanlon; Secretary, Edwin Ger¬ nant; Treasurer, Charles Akers. " A SIGMA PHI DELT IN EVERYTHING, AND EVERY SIGMA PHI DELT IN SOMETHING” Above stands a motto, which all ”Phi Delts” strive towards, remembering also that " Sigma Phi Delta is everything and every Sigma Phi Delt is something.” Presented here within this enshrined portion of this Modulus are some of the Brothers of Kappa Chapter of Sigma Phi Delta. Popularly known on campus as the " Engineering Fraternity”, Kappa Chapter was founded on the Tri-State Campus May 25, 1947, when our founder. Professor LeRoy C. Horpedahl, a former ”Phi Delt”, saw need for an engineering fraternity at Tri-State. Professor Lyle D. Olleson became the first chief engineer and hence Kappa Chapter was formed. A visit to our castle will show proof that the Brothers have kept the motto’s Jn mind at all times, and fully carried them out. Sigma Phi Delta is one of the three official en¬ gineering fraternities of the Professional Inter- Fraternity Conference. The membership being international truly increased the Brotherhood of all engineers. William Bradle Allen Brand Joseph Bonino Ronald Clark y l Emmanuel Englesson Richard Frantom Carl Gecowets Richard Hudson Elton Kavanagh Gerald Kloock Leonard Koyma Kenneth Leffler Delmar Luce Joseph Lushnia Kenneth McCandless Wi ley Mi I ler Paul Will iams Harley Weiss Donald Yoneji Wi I ho Okkonen Charles Peterson Virgil Powell Thomas Reynolds John Rohn Paul Schmitz David Shaw Gordon Strom Ill i SHARON Queen of Hearts 1st row L to R: Sharon Burlage, Mrs. Hudson, Loris Hale, Mrs. Berquist. 2nd row L to R: Mary Weber, Mrs. Oleson, Mrs. Gilchrest, Mrs. Gernant, Mrs. Wilkening. Zke Ph i Mies LORRAINE Campus Queen M S! Front row L-R: Roger Nyhlen, Allen Brand, William Gertz, Jerry Prackett. Second row L-R: James Dunchuck, Frank Allen. Third row L R: Richard Scheulke, George Jewell, Richard Okamura. Fourth row L-R: Joseph Ross, Nicholas Klist, Bob Collins. Fifth row L-R: Harvey Dillon, Bud Eling. Top row L-R: Bill Peterson, James Arnold. SPRING TERM - President, William Gertz; Vice-President, Roger Nyhlen; Secretary, Jerry Prickett; Treasurer, Allen Brand. Jnter - fraternity Council The Inter-Fraternity Council is the fraternity man’s Congress, serving to unite the mutual in¬ terests of member fraternities and to promote better and closer relationships within the faculty, student body, and fraternities. Two representatives from each fraternity re- cogniied 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 organizations on the campus, »through the action of well-qualified fra¬ ternity representatives. First Row; Left to Right: Lois Spear, Margret Dennis, Lorraine Wilkining, Verla Lea McKenaie, Gladys Ax, Helen Bergquist, Janice De Grow, Mickie Gluck, Mary Lindsay, Susan Furman, Eleanor Kenny, Betty Reagan, Ruscel Holtzapple. Second Row; Left to Right: Kate O’Bryan, Mary Ann Johnson, Thelma Jones, Lornie Schindler, Jean Gilchrist, Lois Overstrom, Marianne Heimlich, Irene Calendo, Lou Klist, Mildred Stevens, Nan Byers, Peggy O’Husky, Delores Pavel. Third Row; Left to Right: Mary Jane Heher, Ann Scopetti, Joan Ditmarison, Marian Whitney, Jean Sachs, Pat Areaux, Margaret Oleson, Beverly Stanley, Tina Brock, Avonelle Jones, lone Wilson. Members not Present: Esther Babcock, Naomie Poffenbarger, Sally Daskam, Ray SandovaI, Mary Ann Stelling, Pat Hudson, Kathy Hedlund, Joan Fitzpatrick, Ann Fisher, Betty Gernat. LIST OF OFFICERS 1955 SUMMER - President, Joan Morse; Vice- President, Elizabeth Griffiths; Secretary-Treasurer, Marlene Gluck. 1955 FALL - President, Elizabeth Griffiths;; Vice- President, Verla Lea McKenzie; Secretary-Treasurer, Pat Rutan. 1956 WINTER AND SPRING - President, Verla Lea McKenzie, Vice-Pres ident, Marlene Gluck; Secretary- Treasurer, Kathie Hedlund. This organization was developed from an idea of the wives of the Sigma Phe Delta Fraternity to create better fellowship among the Fraternities wives and to acquaint them with each other. All wives of Fraternity men who are active, inactive, alumni, or honorary members of a Frater¬ nity on Tri-State College Campus are eligible. The organization meets once a month at the different fraternity hoiises and it is mostly a social organization. Any money that is made is used for its own activities or contributed to the college for a fund drive that will better the college such as the library fund, etc. L to R: Mel Bobb, Treasurer; Ron Moyer, Secretary; Jules Dussia, Vice-Chairman; Jim Chapman, Chair¬ man; Allen Ridley, Tri-Angle Reporter; Richard Geide, Student Council. Institute Of A eronautica l Sciences FALL 1955 - John J. O’Briant, Chairman; Richard Lasher, Vice-Chairman; Mel Bobb, Secretary; Everett Meyers, Treasurer; Orville Lane, Student Council; Ron Moyer, Tri-Angle Reporter. WINTER 1956 - Ron Moyer, Chairman; John Parks, Vice-Chairman; Edward Palmer, Secretary; Don Boyer, Treasurer; Orville Lane, Student Council; Allen Ridley, Tri-Angle Reporter. SPRING 1956 - Jim Chapman, Chairman; Jules Dussia, Vice-Chairman; Ron Moyer, Secretary; Mel Bobb, Treasurer; Richard Geide, Student Council; Allen Ridley, Tri-Angle Reporter. 1st row left to right: Donald G. Boyer, Donald P. Zurfluh, Eugene, 0. Prue, Roland F. Harmon Jr., Donald F. Dupre, James W. Chapman, Ronald G. Moyer, Professor Hawthorne, Richard L. Fisher, Raymond J. McCaffrey. 2nd row left to right: Arthur Kavie, Harold Plourde, Allen D. Riley, Charles E. Parker, John 0. Talbot, Rodney P. Cravens, Everett B. Denham, Orvel E. Lane, Melvin A. Bobb, Toivo Visnapu, John M. Geisler. 3rd row left to right: Arden Patefeild, Phillip Emanuel, William Cross, Kenneth Jones, John Parks, Jules Dussia, John Luther, Richard Geide. The Aeronautical Society of Tri-State College is a student branch of The Institute of the Aeronauti¬ cal 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 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 high¬ light the event with a speech. 1st row left to right: Philip W. Edwards, Richard A. Davis, Hugh R. McKee, Ron W. Lewis, Edward A. Reilly, Peter K. Welge, Raymon Porter, Yoonsik Lee, John A. Marcinek, Wilho Okkonen. 2nd row left to right: John Dendik, Joosup Shim, Victor Taira, Chai Keum Yu, Isaac Chams, Jong Jai Whang, Eugene R. Hunsucker, Maurice L. Grantham, Ellis J. Valenter, Rafael B. Padrinos, William M. Heher, Vicente Chan, N.G. Ramirez Hdez. 3rd row left to right: Richard Parker, C. Ted Lind, Jack Mahony, James Hammond, Arthur Davis, Gerald Allen, Eugene A. Haracznak, Robert L. Wright, Frank Lewandowski, Joseph L. Kelemen, William J. Fitzpatrick. ► The Chemical Society has been a student affiliate chapter of the American Chemical Society since July, 1948. field. These theories are presented and explain¬ ed by well known guest speakers from the fields of chemistry and Chemical Engineering. Objectives of the chapter are to afford an opportu¬ nity for the students of Chemical Engineering at Tri-State College to become better acquainted, to secure experience in preparing and presenting technical material before chemical audiences, to foster a professional spirit among the members, and to instill a professional pride in chemistry. These objectives are furthered by bringing before students both the old and new theories of the Motion pictures of the highest standards are shown and field trips are made whenever possible. This year’s field trip was to the National Chemical Societies in Indianapolis. The members of the Chemical Society wish to express their appreciation for the fine work of the department faculty and to wish every success to the members of the graduating class of 1956. Chemical Society Banquet TM _ First Row, Left to Right: Voegeli, E. Hasson, M. Rodriguez, R. LaMotte, 0. Cruz, H. Gessell, K. Hin- shaw, J. Nemchik, J. Overly, W. Woolford, D. Cunningham. Second Row; L. Francis, F. Horn, G. Karns, G. Ohl in, T. Queer, E. Dambergs, J. Shank, W. Sedan, J. Cadoret, V. Vargas. Third Row; H. Reynolds, G. Bookman, J. Cotter, R. Beer, K. McCartney, M. Craig, W. Ziegler, B. Hedlund, H. Hedlund, B. Boothe. First Row, Left to Right: W. Taylor, G. Engel, Mr. Griffis (Instr), F. Kanaan, C. MacLaughlin, W. Wilson, G. Englesson, R. Holtzapple, R. Hudson, R. Oring, Prof. Hauber (Dept Head). Second Row; H. Kusu- moto, J. Virden, M. Spicciati, T. Chung, D. Singh, J. Ruiz, H. Hamanaka, M. Kamida, D. Young, C. Bentz, D. Shaw, G. Kloock, P. Horton, R. Baker, M. Lindsay. Third Row: W. Pettit, H. Bly, M. Sell heim, J. Schmitt, W. Trauterman, D. Stewart, B. Vaughan, T. Carbery, C. O’Daniel, H. VanDop, R. Han¬ lon, J. Flynn, D. Rhoads, M. Boring, D. McLaughlin, Mr. Fisher (Instr.). Civil Engineering Society FALL 1955 - President, Robert F. Oring; Vice- President, , Walter G. Pettit; Secretary, Donald Vera; Treasurer, Frank Kim. WINTER 1956 - President, Donald Rutan; Vice- President, Wesley E. Nowicki;, Secretary, Charles T. Fancher; Treasurer, Roosevelt Lamotte. 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 fidelity. 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 deserving; but I will not shrink, should duty dictate, from dis¬ closing the truth regarding anyone that, by un¬ scrupulous act, has shown himself unworthy of the profess ion. SPRING 1956 - President, Charles A. MacLaughlin; Vice-President, Wesley Wilson; Secretary, George Englesson; Treasurer, Fred Kanaan. Since the age of stone, human progress has been conditioned by my forebears. By them have been rendered usable to mankind nature’s 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 experience my efforts would be feeble. I dedicate myself to the instruction and dissemination of engineering know¬ ledge, 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 dig¬ nity of our profession; with the consciousness, always, that our special expertness carries with it the obligation to serve humanity with complete s incerity. 60 TABlfTS Irwfl imm ' % iMfory -• ' ”»• ’ |L» w s$ ' • Electrical Engineering Society SPRING QUARTER 1955 • D.J. Grolemund, Presi¬ dent; Les Rigler, Vice-President; Joe Lushnia, Treasurer; Van Deusen, Secretary. WINTER QUARTER 1956 - Wesley Wilkening, Presi¬ dent;; Marshall DeGraw, Vice-President; Paul Malagari, Treasurer; Virgil Hertzer, Secretary. FALL QUARTER 1955 - Jack Wagner, President; Paul Malagari, Vice-President; Virgil Hertzer, Treasurer; Leslie Rigler, Secretary. SPRING QUARTER 1956 - Robert Davidson, Presi¬ dent; Ralph Harrington, Vice-President; Herbert Smith, Secretary; Ronald Clark, Treasurer. Front Row, left to right: John Woodlief, Earl Loeffler, Joseph Wagner, Charles Aldiud, Robert Chizek, Martin Tauman, William McKenzie, Max Entsminger, Michael Chrisanti, Ronald Clark. Second Row, left to right: George Helms, Donald Miller, Gene Karn, William Ridgeway, Edwin O’Bryan, William Simek, Nick Tsonopoulos, Hugo Tobon, Osyr Wrublisky, Roy Eggert, William Rosst, Rhichard Moss. Third Row, left to right: Paul Welling, I. J. Lascola, R. F. Prether, J. G. Danford, J. P. Landauer, Lawrence Yednak, Burton Lackwood, Ralph Gasche, T. J. Smieska. Fourth Row, left to right: Darida Diego, A.L. McKimson, J. V. Marihugh, J. B. Brown, H. A. Gomez, Alvaru Castru, Joseph Lushnia, William Slu- sarczyk. Front Row, left to right: Kenneth Harrington, Jerry Prickett, Charles Hill, Jack Lynde, Richard Wittman, Royce Mullen, Donald Ditmarson, Westly Wilkening, Gordon Hall, John Stewart. Second Row, left to right: Richard Sylstra, John Henderson, Arthur Schmidt, Robert Davidson, Ralph Harrington, Alfred Carson, Philip Schalge, Allen Anderson, Don Johnston, John Koch, Gordon Dyndor, Daniel Calendo, Marshall DeGraw. Third Row, left to right: Awayda Mukbil, Nielsen Mervin, Robert Dullen, Wiley Miller, Virgil Hertzer, Milton Jakola, Frank Hill, Bryam Graues, Wilbur McNinch, Paul Kenny, Richard Wies. Fourth Row, left to right: Joseph Palermo, Robert Jones, George Jacox, Herbert Smith, Arthur Fontana, Emory Grass, James Morrison. Zhe Kadio Engineering Society The Radio Engineering Society, organized in October 1936, provides students interested in radio and electronics with informative sessions to supple¬ ment the regular curriculum. The meetings of the society are held on Monday evenings. The purpose of these meetings is to promote the aim of the society, the advancement of practice and theory of radio and its allied branches of engineering. These aims are p romoted and fur- thured through a program of outstanding speakers and films. Included among the speakers each year are representatives from the large manufacturing firms. These representatives acquaint the members with the process of securing a job. Other speakers include men outstanding in the industrial field who bring practical experience and information to the members. Membership in the society is open to all who are interested in the field of radio. FALL 1955 - President, Mr. Irons; Vice-President, Mr. Morin; Secre¬ tary, Mr. Alexander; Treasurer, Mr. Sheaffer; Student Council Rep¬ resentative, Mr. Beckman; Tri-Angle Reporter, Mr. Batson. WINTER 1956 - President, Mr. Morin; Vice-President, Mr. Wagner; Secretary, Mr. Carrol; Treasurer, Mr. Shultz; Student Council Rep¬ resentative, Mr. Rowe; Tri-Angle Reporter, Mr. McCullar. SPRING 1956 - President, Mr. Rowe; Vice-President, Mr. Gallagher; Secretary, Mr. Maeda; Treasurer, Mr. Jones; Student Council Rep¬ resentative, Mr. Schultz; Tri-Angle Reporter, Mr. Arber; Booster Club Representative, Mr. Unger; Modulus Representative, Mr. Loomis. RADIO SOCIETY’S ALUMNI DAY DISPLAY Back row: Donald D. Toler, Hector E. Launier, John F. Hughes. Front row; John A. Rohn, Lloyd Gardner, Donald Gautsch, Charles E. Peterson, Howard J. Dingman, David E. Whitney. Mechanical Engineering Society PAST OFFICERS SUMMER 1955 - President, Lynn VanCamp; Vice- President, Howard Digman; Secretary, Wayne Orwig; Treasurer, Hector Launier. FALL 195 - President, Howard Dingman; Vice- President, Donald Gautsch;; Secretary, Hector Launier; Treasurer, David E. Whitney. The Mechanical Engineering Society is an or¬ ganization where-in engineering students can supplement their knowledge of the various phases of mechanical engineering. Speakers, who are experts in their respective WINTER 1956 - President, Donald Gautsch; Vice- President, David E. Whitney; Secretary, Charles E. Peterson; Treasurer, John F. Hughes. SPRING 1956 - President, Charles E. Peterson; Vice-President, John A. Rohn; Secretary, Jphn F. Hughes; Treasurer, Donald D. Toler. fields, are obtained to present the latest infor¬ mation concerning their products and industry as a whole. Movies are obtained for some of the programs and are also used in conjunction with the speakers’ talks. Back row; John T. Burch, William C. Burch, Carl F. Brock, James Galimberti, Heinz Brvecknerm, William E Irod, L uther F ol ks, W i 11 iam G. Edwards, Donald C. Ellis, Richard Hufnagle, Howard |. Schweit¬ zer. FrOnt row; Wallace Boelkins, Kenneth Leffler, Delmar Luce, Robert H. Wright, Donald E. Stevens, Richard Frantom, Jack L. Mills, Kenneth McCandless, Gordon Strom, Elton Kavanagh. Back row; Eduardo Carrillo, George Kimurn, Joseph Sung, Raul Tavera, William P. Marvez, Raymond DeGrsnward, Leon E. Hard, H. W. Strickland, John E. Gluck, Paul A. Myers, Lloyd D. Hicks, John T. Taylor, Kenneth R. Vandygrift, Jack W. Lang, Ronald B. Webster. Front row: Tamer A. Homsy, B. G. Brownlee, Robert Grundtner, Fred KiJgus, John Johnson, Mannard Ealing, William R. Chase, James Dunnie, Richard R. Jankowske, Archie S. Milliken, William H. Chamberlain. First row, left to right: William Chase, Sec., Spr. ' 56, Lloyd Gardner, Chairman, Spr. 56, Donald Gautch, Chairman, Fall, ’55;;Treas., Sum. 55, Ramsay Jackson, Faculty Adviser - since Jan. 1953, Howard D ingman, Vice-Chairman Fall 55; ,C ha irman, Win. 56, Charles Peterson, V ice-Cha irman, Spr. 56. Second Row, left to right: Luther A. Folks, Treas., Fall 55, Paul Myers, Treas., Win. 56, John Johnson, Treas., Spr. 56, David Whitney, Vice-Chairman, Win. 56, John E. Gluck, Sec., Fall 55. Society of Automotive Engineers The Society of Automotive Engineers is a technical society whose members are devoted to the develop¬ ment, design, production, operation and maintenance of passenger cars, trucks, buses, aircraft, railroad and farm equipment, and their fuels and lubricants. The first meeting of the SAE at Tri-State College was held on February 3, 1949. Since that time this progressive society has grown to be one of the largest on campus and now has an enrollment of 176. This is the highest membership in the chapter his¬ tory. The charter was granted on January 13, 1950, thus establishing Student Branch status. There are 45 charter members. The aims of the Student Branch are the aims of the society itself: “To promote the Arts and Sciences and Engineering practices con¬ nected with the design, construction, and utilization of automotive apparatus”. Literature and speakers or technical movies are presented at meetings which are held the first and third Wednesdays of every month. The programs are planned to supplement the Engineering curriculum. First Row, left to right: Fred Kilgus, Delmar Luce, Kenneth Vandygriff, Arthur Matusiak, Glenn Beidler, Hector Launier, John Hughes, John Rohn, Joseph Sung, Antonio Soares, Ralph Milsom. Second Row; Ronald Gilmour, William Elrod, Carl Brock, Kenneth McCandless, Elton Kavanaugh, William Birch, Raul Tabera, Eduardo Carrillo, Archie Milliken, James Pershing, John Mylon, Henry Stramski, Ralph Gasche. Third Row: Donald Valentine, Donald Toler, Donald Ellis, John Hunsinger, John Fisher, B.G. Brown lee, Robert Lee, William Edwards, Howard Schweitzer, Gene Winkler, Donald Claffey, Jack Mills. First Row, left to right: Kenneth Hannew, Donald Boyer, Richard Fisher, Edwin Dickenson, Raymond DeGennaro, Ray Gallagher, Richard Jankowski, James Dunnie, Maynard Ealing, Ronald Gilmour, Robert Grundtner. Second Row: William Marvez, Robert Wright, James Warren, Richard Anstine, John Geisler, Philip Tunningley, Thomas Jacoby, Carl Johnston, Francis Eck, Joseph Jelley, John Taylor, James Church, Ronald Webster. Third Row: James Galimberti, William Trauterman, Thomas Hmrich, Kenneth Jones, Richard Hufnagle, Frank Emmans, Leon Hard, H. W. Strickland, Philip Schalge, Leroy Walls, Kenneth Leffler, Lloyd Hicks, Roy Eggert. First Row, left to right: John A. Rohn, Daniel C. Shilling, Richard Jankowski, B. G. Brownlee, James Gal imberti, Robert C. Lee, Raymond De Gennardo, Maynard L. Ealing, John Johnson, William R. Chase. Second Row: H. Kolm, William P. Marvez, Donald H. Gautsch, Lloyd Gardner, Francis B. Eck, Hector E. Launier, Clarence E. Emery, John E. Gluck, Luther A. Folks, Elton Kavanagh, Richard Hufnagle, Howard Sctiweitzer. Third Row; John Hunsinger, John A. Manfolk, Wallace Boelkins, William Elrod, Kenneth Hannes, Ronald Webster, Raul F. Tavera, Erwin A. Wacker, Richard Anstine, Clifford Thomas, Donald Nelson, Donald Ellis. American Society Of Zool Engineers TRI-STATE STUDENT BRANCH OF FORT WAYNE CHAPTER NO. 56 1955 SUMMER QUARTER - Chairman, Bob Almond; Vice Chairman, Fleming Nelson; Secretary, Jerry Hunt; Treasurer, Robert Lee. 1956 WINTER QUARTER - Chairman, Robert Lee; Vice Chairman, Daniel C. Shilling; Secretary, James Galimberti; Treasurer, Raymond De Gen¬ nardo. PALL - Bob Almond, Daniel C. Shilling, James Galimberti, Robert Lee. SPRING - Robert Lee, James Galimberti, B. G. Brownlee, Raymond De Gennardo. Sigma Bps Horn Society The Sigma Epsilon Society of Tri-State College was organized in 1933. The purpose of the society is to increase the Student’s interest in the field of commerce and to facilitate learning. Member¬ ship is open to all students enrolled in the De¬ partment of Commerce. Meetings are held bi¬ monthly with movies or speakers, representing various fields or business, giving the members practical applications and solutions to modern business problems. First Group: First Row; James Radant, Joseph Jelley, Eugene Pozsgai, Procter Sherwin, Charles Miller, David Chase, Thomas Madden, Robert Foote, Richard Zima, William O ' Brien. Second Row: Frank Allen, Kenneth Wiley, Ted Magnuson, Joseph Brokaw, Glenn Birkhofer, Douglas Stockham, Leamon Miller, Lee Straw, Leo Carroll, Darrell Jenkins. Third Row; A. Schultz, Roger Wiles, E. Shaffner, F. Ciccarelli, Paul Garofolo, Jim Fisher, H. Witmer, Caroline Goudy, Leroy Simons. Second Group: First Row; James Arnold, Ernest Peden, Philip O’Brien, Forrest Robinson, Harold Ho 11 i- han, Mary Etta Grandys, John Metzer, John Beck, Harvey Dillon. Second Row: Robert Coplen, Earl Christner, Charles McKnight, James Rowan, Lee Sutton, Hugh Western, Morris McMurray, Nicholas Coblio, James Bouman. Third Row; William Faughn, Philip Siegfried, Glen Henry, Robert Baxter, Donald Fran- tom, Gordon Wyllie, John O’Keefe, Alan Block. 1st row left to right: Frank L. Allen, Forrest Robinson, Roland Harmon, Donald Partyka, Leamon E. Miller, John Johnson, James Schmitt, Harold Hedlund. 2nd row left to right: Robert Racine, Arch W. Jones, Ronald Lewis, Max Entsminger, John F. Hughes, John A. Rohn, Roger D. Stevens. 3rd row left to right: Carl Comacho, Charles MacLaughlin, Whilston Taylor, Phillip J. O’Brien, Charles Peterson, Harold Shultz. Student Council SUMMER 1955 - President, Charles Hill; Vice- President, Robert Morin; Treasurer, Robert Morse; Secretary, George Galanek. FALL 1955 - President, Charles Hill; Vice- President, William Faughn; Treasurer, Jerry Flani¬ gan; Secretary, George Galanek. 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 the students may be express¬ ed. The council is composed of representatives from WINTER 1956 - President, Leamon Miller; Vice- President, William Faughn; Treasurer, Jerry Flani¬ gan; Secretary, John Johnson. SPRING 1956 President, Leamon Mil ler; V ice- President, Donald Partyka; Treasurer, Edward Rilley; Secretary, John Johnson. the various student organizations on campus. These representatives are to attend all meetings, participate in Student Council activities and keep their organization 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 to a greater degree in the years to come. List of Officers - June ’55 to June ' 56 - President, Kenneth Jones; Vice-President, Harold Gesell; Secretary-Treasurer, Arnold Brown; Missionary Secretary, Richard Geide. Tri-State Christian Fellowship is a chapter of Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship, which is a member of the International Fellowship of Evange¬ lical Students. There are 895 organized chapters in the United States. The aim of the Inter-Varsity is to lead students to a personal faith in Jesus Christ, to deepen the spiritual life of students through Bible Study, prayer and Christian Fellowship, and to call out students to the mission field. The Fellowship through it’s 60 staff members, seeks to encourage and help students organize and maintain local groups. There are several summer training camps throughout the United States where Inter-Varsity provides leadership training for students. In addition to the camp program. Inter-Varsity provides a year- round schedule of week-end conferences to en¬ courage spiritual development among college and university students. Zri-State Christian fellowship Front Row: Bill O’Brien, Phil O’Brien, Ernest Peden, Gene Pozsgoi, Charles Miller, Dave Chase, John Metzger, Ben Sheffler, Henry Nyhlen, Carolyn Goudy. Second Row: James Arnold, Frank Allen, John Beck, Bob Haynes, Donald Hudkins, Bob Durgin, Joe Jelley, James Dunchuck, James Radant. Third Row: Earl Christner, John J. Berkovitz, Whilston Taylor, Harvey Dillon, Bill O’Keefe, Lee Robinson, Darrell J. Jenkins. financial And Ccgal Society FALL - WINTER - President, Walter Cunningham; Vice-President, Bruce Johnson; Secretary, Ann Cunningham; Treasurer, William Weldon. Executives of the Society include the president, vice president, secretary and treasurer, who, with a board of directors, consisting of five members, handle the administrative duties of the Society. Meetings are held 3 times per quarter with one or two speakers. SPRING - SUMMER - President, John Metzger; Vice-President, Ben Sheffler; Secretary, James D. Bouman;; Treasurer, Hank Nyhlen. The purpose of the Legal Society is to aid students who may encounter legal or financial difficulties while a full-time student at Tri-State Col lege. Bob Baker, Clarence E. Emrey Jr., Lloyd Gardner, Thomas J. Hudson, Joseph G. Jelley. Charles K. McKnight, John W. Metzger, Leamon Miller, James J. Mills, Ernest Peden. {Jaycees Junior Chamber of Commerce Forrest Lee Robinson, Proctor A. Sherwin, Jack Taylor, R.D. Thimlar, Frank Williams. SUMMER 1955 - President, Donald Tebo; Vice. President, Garnit Stamm;, Secretary, Clarence E. Emrey; Treasurer, Don O ' Neil. WINTER 1956 President, Lloyd Gardner; Vice- President, Joseph G. Jelley; Secretary, John W. Metzger; Treasurer, R. D. Thimlar. FALL 1955 - President, Leamon Miller, Vice- President, R. D. Thimlar; Secretary Lloyd Gardner; Treasurer, Joseph G. Jelley. The Tri-State Chapter, Angola Junior Chamber of Commerce, was organized duriing the winter quarter 1954, and as such was the first program of its kind on any college campus in the United States. Our main purpose is training young men for leadership. This program concerns civic improve¬ ments, both on and off the campus. The Jaycee has a definite purpose expressed in his creed. SPRING 1956 - President, John W. Metzger; Vice- President, R. D. Thimlar; Secretary, Thomas J. Hudson; Treasurer, Jack Taylor. The Jaycee Creed We believe: That faith in God gives meaning and purpose to human life; That the brotherhood of man trancends the sover¬ eignty of nations; That economic justice can best be won by free men through free enterprise; That government should be of laws rather than of men; That the earth ' s great treasure lies in human personality; And that service to humanity is the best work of life. Front Row, Left to Right: John R. Lavy, Gerald Kloock. Back Row, Left to Right: Granville, C. D. Kenyon, Vernon Roach. Willi a m Slu sarczyk, Osyp Wrubliwsky, Donald C. Loomis, Joseph Thaxton, David Foard, Ronald Greenwood, Thomas Photographic Society SPRING 1956 - President, Donald C. Loomis; Treasurer, John R. Lavy; Secretary, Joseph Thax¬ ton;, Faculty Advisor, Mr. C. D. Kenyon. Since the inauguration of the Photographic Society in 1946, regular contribut ions to student and outside publications have made the Society an important factor in promoting Tri-State College pictorially. Besides being invaluable in this respect, the Society provides a pleasant and useful pastime for its members, and gives them access to ex¬ cellent equipment, supplies, and facilities. The Photographic Society plays an important part in the advancement of Tri-State College. Front Row; Left to Right: John Rohn, J ohn Hughes, Carolyn Goudy, Mary Etta Grandys, Charles Mac- Laughlin, David Whitney, Whilston Taylor, William O’Brien, Richard Davis, Robert Haynes. Second Row; Left to Right: John Beck, Phil O ' Brien, Ernest Peden, Gene Pozgai, Charles Miller, John Johnson, Maynard Ealing, James Schmitt, Archie Milliken, Luther Folks, Wesley Wilson. Third Row; Left to Right: Darrell Jenkins, John Metzger, Lee Robinson, James Dunchuck, Lloyd Gardner, Donald Gautsch, Wesley Wilkening, Robert Oring, Robert Cherry. SUMMER-FALL 1955 - President, Roger Zank; Vice President, David Whitney; Secretary, Ann Cunningham;; Treasurer, Robert Stein. The Tri-State College Booster Club, has as its main objective, the never ending task of keeping student interest high; both in the athletic programs and in social events. Membership in the club is open to any student or faculty member of Tri-State College who is interested in extracurricular activities, and who wishes to aid in the betterment of same. In addi- tiorj, every fraternity and student organization on campus may send a representative to the Booster Club. By means of these representatives the club is better able to make all students aware of the activities currently in progress. booster Club WINTER-SPRING 1956 • President, David Whitney; Vice President, Charles MacLaughlin; Secretary, Mary Etta Grandys; Treasurer, Whilston Taylor. Notable among the accomplishments of the club are: the annual Float Parade preceding the first home game of the basketball season, the operation of the CJieerlead ing Corps, the selling of tickets and the distribution of programs during the basket¬ ball season, the annual ’’Beat Tech. Bus ' which takes rooters to the away game with Indiana Tech., and the sponsorship of informal dances. From a handful of interested persons, the Booster Club has fast grown into an organization of great importance on the campus scene. Front row; Left to Right: J. Assumpcoo, J. Whang, J. Ruiz (treas.), C. Goudy (sec.), W. Taylor (pres.), K. Emaduddin (vice Pres.), H. Tobon, J. Fernandez. Second row; D. Gautsch, E. Kavanagh, M. Rodriguez, Roy Bodie, Mrs. Emerson, advisors; Jai Soon Chung, N. Tsonopoulos, A. Arber. Back row; J, Shim, I. Chams, T. Homsy, 0. Wrubliwsky, D. DaRoda, C. Yu. International Students Association President: Whilston Taylor, Whilston Taylor; Vice President; Khaja Emaduddin, Khaja Emaduddin; Secre¬ tary: Jose Ruiz, Carolyn Goudy; Treasurer; T. Homsy (Winter), J. Ruiz (Spring). The International Students Association, is open to all students of the College. It’s chief aims and purposes are to improve the relationship between the administration and the students, also to unite the students of foreign countries in an organization of fellowship whereby the culture of the students can be increased through the movies and lectures from students from countries overseas. Since the founding of the association, there has been a considerable amount of interrelation between the students and the citizens of Angola. Left to Right, first row: Kenneth Vondygriff, Robert Wright, Donald Boyer, Erwin Wacker (President), Arthur Fontana (V ice-Pres.), Robert Ravenscroft, James Wilson, Robert Bahr, Richard Hudson (Secretary), Forrest Robinson. Second row; Eugene Scheffield (Treasurer), Kenneth Hannes, James Warren, Hubert Kolm, Donald Gautsch, Frank Eck, Nicholas Coblio, Joseph Jelly, Peter Welge, Ronald Moyer, Walter Dykas. Members not present; Wayne Badders, Paul Baney, Keith Bombrys, R. Collins, Gordon DeWitte, Harold Gibson, Donald Young, Ralph Mattmuller, Alden Gable, Norman Heminger, Charles Holbrook, Clarence Hutchings, Larry Lantz, George Ohlin, Willis Fisher, Paul Schmitz (Alumni), R. D. Thimlar, Judson Virden, Glen Wideman, J. DeVoe Wilson, Sherman Wood, Donald Kempf. The Flying Thunderbirds Inc., is an outgrowth of the desire of a group of students to learn to fly without the usual expense entailed in such a project. A Corporation was formed in 1953 with the generous help of Professor Fred Goudy. Members buy a share in the aircraft owned by the organization and remain in the club as long as they desire. As each member drops out his deposit is refunded. The club is maintained by new members “buying in.” Left to right: Donald Frantom, Argen Puckett, H. Russell Bristol, Ralph Gasche, Al Gable, Ted Lind, James Galimberti, Paul Myers, James Bouman. College Qlee Club 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. College Maud 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 ol 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 versatility of the musicians. Left to right: C. Ted Lind, Jean Noyer, Ann Sliano, Edward Wetherhold, Don Frantom, James Bouman, Thomas Drake, Robert Ramsay, Ralph Gasche, Court Jarrett, William Noyer, Paul Myers, Arvin Gossman, Eugene Puckett, Roy Bodie, Nancy Huss, Alden BJ Gable, H. Russell Bristol, Jim Galimberti. h basketball Front row, left to right: Al Brand, Skip Williams, Tom Reynolds, Don Blair, Dick Williams. Back row, left to right: Maurie Craig, Bob Haynes, Dick Davis, Red Luke, Gunner Engels. Although our basketball team came out on the short end of a 16-3 record this season, they showed plenty of “fighting” spirit all through the season. The Engineers were especially tough at home losing seven of the games by the narrow mar¬ gin of an average 1.8 points per gome. High scorer for the season was Al Brand, with an average of 16.5 points per game, Don Blair was a close second. Brand also won the free throw award with a .702 average. R ’ £f ' ' ; ' i ■ Cheerleaders Left to right; Dave Whitney, Mary Etta Grandys, Ann Cunningham. Dave Whitney put a little drive into the cheers this year. With new songs and cheers, the yel leaders had the rafters ringing with the shouts of our fans. Athletic Director " DOC” MUMMERT Maseball Sitting Left to Right: Olis, Ehlers, Haggerty, Gillen, Kolodziey, Coons, Fors, Koelsch. Standing Left to Right: Luce, Young, Till, Donogan, Whitman. Tri-State’s baseball team, playing against the weatherman and some of the top independents in the Tri-State area, compiled a 3 and 5 record last year. Delmar Luce, the ace of Doc Mummert s squad, got credit for two of the victories. Golf Left to Right: Jay Barrut, Bill O’Brien, L. Carich, Bob Baldwin, and Lew Durane. The green and fairway boys here at Tri State, probably get more actual fun out of playing golf than most of the other fellows do from their re¬ spective sports. The presidential pastime is a major sport at Tri-State. Coach Tony Adolina leads his boys into the sunshine against such top notch opposition as, Hillsdale College, Concordia College, Albion College, and Indiana Technical Col lege. Zennis Pictured Left to Right: Coach Lyle Oleson, Willie Taylor, Gordon Hall, Al Rose, Bill Gertz, Ed Whether- hold, Jim Shuler, Bob Merrin. The tennis team provided a bright outlook on the sport ' s scene. The Tri-Staters, coached by Lyle Oleson, won seven out of twelve dual meets last games. The team had an especially good time against Indiana Tech, who they blanked 9-0, 9-0, in two of the meets. year, and the team average of 0.770 in ninety Base ball Vars ' rtY Squac Basketball Squad THE ANNUAL SPORT BANQUET HONORED THE MEMBERS OF TRI-STATE’S FIVE INTERCOLLEGIATE TEAMS. ' ° nd P ' S-°I n a m 1955 Sports ftanquet Tennis Varsity Squad Golf Team Doubles Champs - Commercial Bowling League; Patrick Piecham and Leo Carroll. Commercial Bowling League Awards Malcom Bombrys - High Average Dean Jackson - High Game Patrick Piecham - High Series Intramural fowling Interfraternity Council Bowling Champs - Left to Right: Robert Foote, Pat- rick Piecham, Malcom Bombrys, Ernest Peden, Douglas Stockham, and Philip O’Brien. Zri-Stan Housing Staff Left to right: First row; Christina Rose, Irene Hanselman, Arlene Dove, Florence Kennery. Second row; Charles Leman, August Craw¬ ford, Ralph Preston, Maurice Stetler. Left to right; First row; Fred Munn, Robert Ruk, Carl McDougle, Henschel Clark, Warren Johns, Ralph Mortorff, Max Goings. Second row; Herman Wilson, William Ickes, Larrall Pinland, Ray Golden, William Purdill, Jess Reynolds, Morris Wilson. Maintenance Sta f First row, left to right: Phyllis Brown, Joan Mate, Judy Wing, Shirley Foster. Second row; Marilyn Huff, Delores Wolff, Coral Hartman, Jo Dickard, Karen Wampler, Martha Keller, Nancy Brueckner, Eleanor Johnson, Betty Waters. First row, left to right: Karen Meyer, Leta German, Donna Hough, Leona Nichols, Gladys Bramblett. Second row: Enola Hufnagle, Bea Heaton, Bessie Stuart Mgr., Bessie Allen, Treva Williamson, Goldie Smith. Third row; Louella Moor, Esther Fenstermaker, Marjorie Reek, Frances Bishop, Maggie Crawford. THE TRI-ANGLE a. in WGtlia. IMHWi. MARt H It ! Modulus Goal Is Reached; Work Now Underway • » Reporter Cenora! Approval Expressed ! - : - - A.vlivitii s Fee m t.i-n; iiu m hki s i y i hi; ■.einst, tp ktkk. . • Fruehauf Offers 96 M.T. M. 3 °“ B Scholarships At Tri-Statp l ibrarian Reports Reading Increase Largest Grant t t er Made To College President Wood To Welcome New Students At .Mixer Professor Dies .June-August Graduate U’ter I on«- lilnes lr vd T " ' ,u ' nd Fir ' ‘ , 1U! IA). nous. 0| ;l „ Meeting March A! Tri-Angle Banquet Held At Moose k u? » Allen . v . The winter ti«art r hanrjnet t- ' r at SUI pte ami A Vat ; 1 | a t«S H : Rifle Club Calls “Cease Kirin !;! " ISt Students On WOWO r? ■■ A nr w ry Seated; Left to Right; William Faughn, Charles Miller. Standing; Left to Right; Roy Bodie, Leamon Miller, Billy Fisher, James Dunchuck, William Rosst, Lucy Emerson, and Ronald D. Mix. THE TRIANGLE Student Publication Published Monthly at Tri-State Collage, Angola, Indiana CHAIU.es X. MILLER editor-in- lilrf ROBERT HKRKV RONALJ MIX Managing K IJU r Business Manager News Editor ... Wm. E. Rosst Assistant News Editor . Janies Dunchuck ASSISTANT EDITORS Fraternities .... Frank Allen Departmental Societies .Dave Whitney Campus Organizations . .Carlton Taylor Assistant . .Tom Madden Honorarles and other groups .Roland Harmon Sports .Charles MseLaughlin NEWS REPORTERS I.ee Robinson, Bill Slusarcyzk, Robert Haynes (1 purge Englesson, Luther Folks, Jack Shrink SPORTS REPORTERS Ralph Christiansen, Malcolm Bombrys Staff Artists .Carlton Taylor, Khaja Kmart Hasan Photographers .Rliilip Emanuel, Don Loomis BISINKSS STAFF Advertising Manager .Ernest Peden Advertising Sales Phil Siegfried, Duglas Stockham Circulation Manager .Dave Chase Left to Right: Luther Folks, Robert Haynes, William Sluscarzyk, Jack Shank, George Englesson. Not Pictured: Harold Shultz. mm Left to Right: Doug Stockham, Ralph Christiansen, Lee Robinson, Khaja Hasan, Phil Siegfried, Ernest Peden, Dave Chase. THE TRI-ANGLE Student Publication Published Monthly at Tri-State College. Angola, Indiana WILLIAM U. FAKJHN K lltor-ln-Ctiirf LktAMON MILLKK BILLY KIHHKi: Mousing Editor Hw ln+s Manner Niws Editor Aaaintant News Editor Sports Editor A«Bmtant Sports Editor Assistant Fratemit ie Departmental Societies (’iiinpus Organizations llonomries .mil Other Croups _ Boh Cherry Charles Miller .lames Dunchm k Mai Boinhrys KtlUois Phil O ' Brien David Whitney Chatles MrLaughliu Carlton Taylor News Reporters William Konst. Frank Allen, Boland Harmon, Tom Madden. Joseph Hutkowski Staff Artihis Carlton Taylor. Hiii.ul Khaja Hasan Advertising Manager Advertising Sales Circulation Manager Business Staff ' Ronald Mix Ernest Peden, Lee Ho hi anon. Huger Zank Ted Pyles Seated; Left to Right: Tom Madden, Carlton Taylor, Roland Harmon, Frank Allen. Standing; Left to Right: Mai Bombrys, David Whitney, Charles MacLaughlin, Phil O’Brien. 4 Modulus Staff PHIL O ' BRIEN Editor-In-Chief The “Frank Buck” of Tri-State College, Phil brought back the Modulus, and anyone who has read it will agree that he brought it back alive!! MARTIN TAUMIN Layout Ed itor The real “Whip Cracker” of the staff, Marty’s influence resulted in the assembly of the book in record time. Speed, however, did not deter the thought and taste put into every page. HARRY R. STELLING Faculty Advisor The “Link” between students and administra¬ tion, Professor Stelling was always in the front row when there was work to be done, and in the background when praise was being given out. CHARLES MacLAUGHLIN Business Manager Financial tycoon of the yearbook, Mac did the unheard of by bringing the accounts out in the black. “A thousand dollars a week isn’t so much if we have to have it!” LUTHER FOLKS Associate Editor Luth ' s coordination of the individual staff members, and the pooling of their efforts greatly enhanced the careful assembly of the book. DAVID WHITNEY General Campus Editor Upon Dave’s shoulders fell the responsibility of putting more omph! in the yearbook, through the medium of a variety of snapshot, departmental, and athletic pages. It is obvious that the load was placed on the right pair of shoulders. ROBERT FOOTE Senior Picture Editor DAVID CHASE Fraternity Editor The correlation of pictures and copy for six graduating classes was Bob’s lot. In his spare time he became a proof reader extrordinaire, so if any wurds in this book are spelt wrung he’s responsible! Dave was able to secure layouts for all of the fraternities in a short time, while still assuring a pleasing appearance for each. CARLTON TAYLOR JR. Staff Artist Carlton’s depictions of “Gloomy Gus’’ through¬ out the book give mute evidence of his talent with pen and brush. LEON HARD Photo Editor The time worn phrase “a picture is worth a thousand words’ proved to be just as true in 1956, and Leon, with the aid of his camera, accounted for a number of billions of words. All the members of the staff of the 1956 MODU¬ LUS join in the wish that you will derive as much enjoyment from brousing through the pages of this book as they did in bringing the book back to you. 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