Trine University - Modulus Yearbook (Angola, IN)

 - Class of 1968

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'. 1 -KY Ks-1 " hirteen Trophies Awarded at Fall Festival A ""V"'vv' N4 Platt, Cameron, and Alwood Halls took first place in the float contest. S W ' 1 lu l W 'rf fe, Le ,Q U 1i,.i.bi'h. Phi Kaps pan for gold at the base of Rock Mountain. X Right-TKE,s set out for a long journey. 4 't T-...N ...my TW-gps. to . X so 1 'rw Y I x QU Tl I fur' 'w',,.- Q-f ' Ti ,F 6 Q fe' ' 8' ., mr ' 5 ' J ,I I , Q 1 4 H ' vi 3... Holgate High School entertained at the Fall Festival Parade. S fffx ?hi Kappa Theta and Alpha Sigma Phi strain to cross the finish line. 3 xt luxlhxixa f N: 4, 1 It n ,bl Q m ,XA Q? X kk is 'L ' Kms xg 4 "ii iQ"'T: 1 ' ' x ii ai'-1 gif 'QEWQ-af I Y ,ff i Reminiscent of the Old West. Below-Sitting Bull ,-f' ,1 4 v . 1 IM' A '- so p A l I Another speeding stage coach symbolizes the old west K G ' Q f . Queen candidate Miss Kathy eads the parade. ielow-It's a Happening D ....,,u.... Thompson """""""""l0nunnv . 4,1 , . .xx xx 1 ,ef 1 , 1 N, .Q ,, as ,-was 'W' 'inf la - vf ff 2+ vw Mw- X N. . v ww. 3 . wa 'H , .H 2.- ,s, 1' cr, fagxw, .A 1? fl Q y we-1 .' ' -Y-3 A I 3 Il -L.. v v 0 .l . gf Er. un' 4 fa ,1 , . 'M 4 P M x NE' ..,.A X .K hufm, 1 "3 QI. Riff-53 f.-. 'M lkfvifkil 'SW ,-wg 'fi 'fi ,x y Burns, Mick Reign Uvcr Winter Carnival Bob Burns accepts the Mr. Tri-State Trophy for 1968 1 Miss Lindy Mick was crowned Winter Carnival Queen .minus 'wqfqix nesneen 335'-HETY Second place winners in the tricycle race The Mechanical Society won the tricycle race Queen Lindy Mick and her escort, Aldo Franconi "vu ,- ' ,,,1.,, ,,, . -4 'fl- F- N . 1 V Y 1.4. '.y vit , . a '. .1.-. f H V. - ' ' ' -K. , 'A " 4 . Ulu: I K, ,l-7 'ff' . N ' r .vu i 1 'V v V . kv . QR ,if I 5 4 r E ul- Steve Neal has just won the election for f it Student Senate treasurer. Y .3 The DC's provided the music XX ,kbs ,,, fill' Ron Swiatek and his date pose at the Winter Carnival dance. f"" 1' ff f 4' fi' Wm.. 'Y ,wh Y 21' ' n ' -1: x ggiikf ,TY W, S,'.-1 Q Q ,J ,a' ,ff F , , lf' ,4 f -.n gg FQ if , 4 WW J ,vi .- if Area Is a Winter Wonderland , -gn- - ,QQ - 'If' I H- 1 44.9-3"""' A Greek Tradition if Q its l '2 3 ' 3, ' x' ' it 2 WAY, 1' Q W, - 1 X STX, tl' i The IFC exchange dinner helps promote inter-fraternity friendships The lighting of the torch officially started Greek Week Phi Kaps are about to bite the wet dust xx 7-'lv-.. 'Festa :ww mar WMQJKIWK N The greased pig race proved to he more difficult than first thought :AQHY mt The egg-toss encouraged participation of the weaker sex Below-Sig Eps 'cpush on A ig..g,wf'ihf!'3' 1, . ff' .s, if if 4 we M v'i3'7'f ' . V , , U 5. Y ,, Wy Q, ,, X.-2 ' 1 w- H .-'W 9 7 fail 1 ,KW t, it V" J 1 KL if 'f1a- a . ' Ki .,4 .fh- HELLpH! -A ,X . I R fx? GOING!! ig 4 Q If 3 1 S N GOING!! IFC Banquet N 'N ww-Q. U! GONEH!! 4 W - A -' -' b "s f -.U-us, w W -17" Qc. P- f if -f . '..,--ry-v -.-.A K "-Msxfi. 5, -+ . 4 '1f.,,l' . , I A '?'4"'1" , f. W .W g g, ,Q 'Q' -9' - Tw' I V an if Jag 1"-XA, Jig, - A .wi . P6450 ' M- '-1,4-f?.1i,g,8lY"-Q' A, "4" UF 4 .-..a , ,f , .VIVA Q-4.3! .V,,, I , 'D f,,r!f"'l, -' ..-f .JV DINNER? ? Geting ready for the race l""'7f 11 A - A .M ,. -1 TY TNA if nu! I . "I, ' 'M 'Q ,gtg Students Shop in Bcautifu owntown Angola ' i"9?n-nf' Local night spot larrardls carried fine clothing mai' NM'soNA1.fBANIi ' F Q ,.,.., B 4f U tMN+N, if ftfL.'fglt. , ,N L I l -S 9' f. ,jak I - h ST, X First National Bank Angola State Bank First National Branch "W" xl.. :Wat-,131 "I ' I '.""""7-s-v- N """"tr. hw """5 --ir -4, Y a.f-- I 135 Clean-up crews work on fire debris. Fragedy Strikes Hotel Hendry Firemen battled the blaze for nearly 24 hours F. mall We Get Down 150 Studying 1 . -Q Q ,X Qs ,Rmb tw 'I ' B'-5 Aww? 33, ff"m"'A 1, wx l ' R v rom 968 , , - gi I 1 N' LFV1 lr . . 5.2 ,,.e f ' n A,.i,A Q ":f2 S , :iw 'XA ' Wag-mw.,,Q W y , : A .. ...,.W an was ' eg , e ' Q , if 'Q y 'Q Q E M f wr Q . K Mem, wf'1Mf W f ,,,f,,......A,q 4 Em o xv X f X Q X J Q, A f . f' A AN iF55l4'-X107 xf ' ,X Xgxk Q S Z, ,SX Nm N fx Prom Queen-1968 Announcement of the queen candidates KP' . 'W 'M nf' - X 4 Qwi fem X55 Tig? W f X L , Seniors aren't so old that they forget modern dances. The June Prom ends four years of college rfb The Prom Queen and her escort begin the Grand March L.B.J. Sent Best Wishes to rads Q f. , -1 Une honorary degree and approxi- mately T50 Bachelor of Science de- grees were conferred at commence- ment ceremonies at Tri-State College on Saturday, June 3. The commencement speaker, Dr. John J. lVlcKetta, Jr., Dean of the Col- lege of Engineering, The University of Texas, alumnus, and member of the Board of Trustees of Tri-State Col- lege, was awarded the honorary de- gree, Doctor of Engineering. Below--Dr. Richard D. Bateman and Dr. l Kenneth Slagle award diplomas t0 Chemi- Mr. John C. Humphries, Assistant Chairman of Mechanical Engineering, awards a diplo- Cal EHgiH6CrS- ma to a Tri-State grad. if iz .f 1, .7 f' 9: 1 if-Wi "' fr . . 3.3, V 1 x .-v-" UND Ken Rosenberg Receives His Diploma from Dr. Bogardus. 1, .Y is .- . . f 4 - ' .' 1 .fl John C. Humphries awards diploma to a graduating Senior. I Dr. Kenneth Slagle presents diploma to 1968 grad. , 4 f f 4 ,P , 1 1 1 s ff 1 1 1 1 2 f r ' X 1 A x x N I , K A X Seniors Tri-State College Administrative fficers ' U i l u i I ' N, V Q ' ii'- , c 5? I 2 A i F it I '4 il - 'NJ .i ' I if-' ar it ? ,si s it if Dr. Leslie A. Willig, Executive Vice-President w QQGQ My I, Qii'iw,im I -fs ,. , ., f tf'f35,aavi3t-...srl ,, , 7--.,,,,, w s. ,xg irq V, .. , , -wa ng , V- gg, .I I, ' . in 1, t j35':a5,zi --' 3 . .X S A ,, ww iw '-, ef-iff T5 ' mf f YETNQQ ily X Ll' i f I f . , fS'Q,.,q2Q We In 1884, Tri-State College was founded in Angola, Indiana as a nor- mal school for teachers. Over the years it has undergone a complete transition and is now an engineering and business administration college with an enrollment of nearly 2,000 1968 was an especially challenging and rewarding year for the adminis- trative staff of Tri-State College. Its normal duties included regulating housing, counseling students both in academic and professional areas, handling admissions, compiling and maintaining academic records, com- puting various necessary statistics, promoting good public relations and advising numerous student organiza- tions. Also, funds were secured and plans were completed for extensive building projects. Some of these struc- tures were completed and put into use this year. Due to their efforts the fine aca- demic reputation of Tri-State College was not only maintained but greatly enhanced, making the road even smoother for graduating students. College aid to students did not end with graduation. An excellent place- ment staff served graduates in num- erous invaluable ways. I an ' 3 - i 2 I Q Q 1 .I -i 332 2 I - 1 is 33554 fl I 1' .Ll E , A mv-'A' i John W. McClellan, Assistant to the Presi- Dr. William L. Scott, Dean of Students dent L A . .,Y., 1 1 , 1.53955 1 ' Gmftfa t A a 1 - 4 JJ- 'A - , 13 H .. - 4, ,- , .9 s K 1 ":1 , Jw . 1 f, f- Ykygf ?,g.,' f'Q 1:-5Z'3,Ei' .' L1 1 sw, ':':pf'9'?- fv :. f' . 5 2: M., -' 7 u 2 ':j-1,2 :f,5,"y.,1 'Y 13 I t-Lg 4.55 t xi '-'ifrfige . VW, .H .:,.a . 1-1' 'if fgmfiia, ft ,friaiffm , g,.1.',:,'?w3f? . f J 1 . . -Q, e .'.5.:Hw?,1 vi '.-2 I' Fei' :9l ' -,' 1 aff" fs: 1" -H ffff gm :ff :f . . , 71:51, fr:-' if ff.:t,gw1f ,m - .' .4 rw, ,X . 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Sunday, Secretary-Treasurer Mr. Theron C. Lansford, Assistant Professor of Psychology, Guidance Counselor QUINTIN J. HAWTHORNE, chairman, Bs., Tri-State College, MS., Ph.D., University of Notre Dame, P.E. Indiana. Aero Seniors ,,,. - 'Q K i "Q, , X Sp- . 'Winn HARLEY I. DODGE, Chalmers, Indiana, AIAA, Thunderbirds. .. Aeronautical Engineering The Aeronautical Engineering De- partment is keeping pace with the rapidly expanding field of space tech- nology. For being the most recently added department of engineering at Tri-state, the Aeronautical department was certainly not toddling in its in- fancy. In its laboratories this is clearly seen. The acquisition of new equip- ment, the most recent of which is a supersonic wind tunnel, and the ex- pansion of interests into new fields of endeavors, make the Aero Dept. one of the most progressive on campus. ROBERT A. ERDMANN, Hartford City, Indiana, Tau Kappa Epsilon, A.I.A.A. CARL L. FOX, Anderson, Indiana, Student Sen- ate, Tau Sigma Eta, A.I.A.A., Silver Key. rv, 1' 'Wx .- nan' xi-'TM "yr mx ' STEVEN M. HAMMAN, Ashley, Ind., A.I.A.A. THOMAS D. JORDAN, Wheaton, Ill. RICHARD H. KING, College Corner, Ohio. DAVID L. SCHNEBELEN, Can- ton, Ohio, A.I.A.A., I.E.E.E., I.E.S.C., Tau Sigma Eta, New- man Club, Silver Key, Who's Who, Dean's List, Investments Club. DALE A. SCHUSTER, Cleveland, Ohio, Who's Who, Silver Key, A.I.A.A., Booster Club, Student Senate. ROBERT SEBEIKA, Reading, Mass. KENNETH L. YEZZEL, Catlin, Ill., A.I.A.A., T-Birds, Stewart Hall Council, Resident Assistant. Not Shown: LOUIS H. LEET, Dayton, Ohio MICHAEL L. SNYDER, Millheim, Pa. I KUNQSX' 5 t"""-'N Fawn, Business are drninistration 'Q WV -41"""f ,es '-Q... . 41-1 f 41151 -s '33 lf' HMP' .45 x if 'wily- WAYNE A. CHAMPION, B.S., M.A., Bowling Green State University: Ohio State University. ROBERT I. COOK, B.S., M.A., Michi- gan State. CHARLES L. HILTON, B.S., M.S., University of N. Carolina. HAROLD L. HOOLIHAN, A.B., Albion Collegeg A.M., University of Michigan FREDERICK J. HAHN, B.S., Universi- ty of Coloradog ,I.D., University of Wis- consin. RONALD D. SHOWALTER, B.S., Kan- sas State Universityg M.P.A.g Universi- ty of Kansas. I LEONARD E. SHEFFIELD, B.S., hw! Aims. Not Shown: DONALD L. TRENNEPOHL, B.S., .l.D., Indiana University. CHARLES D. COODALE, B.S., Indi- ana State Universityg M.B.A., Indiana University: C.P.A. ROBERT A. BOLLES, B.B.A., M.B.A., North Texas State University. MICHAEL I. LESIAK, B.S., Tri-State Collegeg M.B.A., University of Colorado. Associate Professor Charles L. Hilton stu- dies a student built model of the ideal motor freight depot. M.B.A., Indiana University. ER MN 1-.1'l The business world, 1968, looks for a college education in its members. The master of one skill or subject, the specialist, can not alone bring about progressive civilization and culture. Man as a social being must have a broad vision and Wide experience. He must have a familiarity with many different fields of thought and interest. This rounded culture was what the School of Business Administration strived to obtain. The Departments of General Business Administration, Motor Transportation Administration, and Accounting, all combined to offer a select, yet deversified combination of courses. The students could major in any of these departments and se- lect several electives from the other business departments as well as from the rest of the school. DR. PAUL T. MCELHINEY, Dean, School of Business: B.S., M.S., University of Michigang Ph.D., University of California. 43 vm 0: MQ' X gg Accounting Seniors au- nr:-,s iff' -UQWPQ' KENNETH A. ALLEN, Trenton, Ohiog Pep Bandg Sigma Epsilong Newman Apostolate. ANDREW J. ALTMAN, West Unity, Ohio. sq? ,a-...nwadi"' QA DAVID G. BRANDANG- ER, Edina, Minnesota, Kappa Sigma: Student Senate, Circle Kg Invest- ments Clubg Who's Who. WILLIAM C. EBICH, St. Mary's, Pa.: Pokagon Archery Club, Student As- sistant. WM' Wa.. 'TPWVV' WILLIAM D. FLOWERS, LARRY A. LATHROP, ROSS MANGANO, South Parma Hts., Ohio: Cross Muskegon, Mich.g Busi- Bend, Indiana. Country: Treasurer Al- ness Manager, Modulus, FRANK RICHARDS, wood Hallg Track. Triangleg Alpha Phi Lancaster, N.Y. DAVID L. JOHN, Auborn, Cammag Who's Who. Indiana. JERRY E. MALCOLM, Churubusco, Indiana. .I O H N H. STANLEY, Plainfield, Indiana, Sig- ma Epsilon, Investment Club, Glee Club. JACK L. AARON, Koko- mo, Indiana, Alpha Sig- ma Phi, Treasurer, Senior Cla s s , Interfraternity Council, Chairman, Pro- vince VI Executive Com- mittee. CURTIS D. BARNETT, Benton Harbor, Michigan. -ax, r i Accounting Seniors "lf 2'T'.7f ill -' - . H R95 is , X Q V My 3. ,ik-'.g'..A,1, I ' In w"l.r +Jm'r 'srl .-'-,liar-:fm ' s ' vi, 'E ' 5 r . . . ,f , s 'Wie ' rv 1 WILLIAM A. STRAUSS, DAN TAYLOR, Bluffton, ROBERT D. TEMPLE- LEON D. TILLMAN Os Lansford, Pa., Phi Kappa Indiana. TON, St. John, Indiana. seo, Michigan. Theta, Editor, Copy Edi- tor, Triangle, Modulus, Alpha Phi Gamma. General Business JOHN P. ARTHUR, Springfield, Ohio, Who's Who, Sigma Phi Epsilon, Society Editor, Modulus, Booster Club. KENNETH H. BATTLE, East Rochester, N.Y., Kappa Sigma, Sigma Ep- silon, Booster Club, Ski Club, Circulation Staff, Triangle. P A U L s. BELPAsso, Fair Lawn, NJ. DENNIS C. BERRY, Ver- sailles, Ohiog Resident As- sistant, Sigma Epsilon, Marketing Team, Kappa Sigma, Student Senate. 'Pie IQH CHESTER A. BIELOSKI, Latrobe, Pa., Phi Kappa Theta, Alpha Phi Gam- ma, Student Senate, Tri- angle. N Seniors DAYID L. BROWN, Union City, Pa. KEITH T. BROWN, Wyomissing, Pa. MICHAEL E. BUCHS, Waterloo, Indi- RiiiiQL1Ait-1 F. BURNETT, Batman, ohio, Newman Apostolate. ROBERT E. BURNS, Stow, Ohio. DONALD S. CAMPNEY, Penn Yan, N.Y. JOHN L. CANNON, Cleveland, Ohio: Alpha Sigma Phi: Sigma Epsilon: Mask and Blade: Glee Club: Staff, Modulus, Triangle: Inter Varsity Christian Fellow- ship: Inter Fraternity Council. PAUL A. CARMODY, Charlottesville, Virginia. CARLOS E. CHRISTEN, Lima, Peru, South America: Sigma Epsilon: Newman Apostolate: International Students As- sociation: Student Assistant. CHARLES B. CLARK, Ridgeway, On- tario, Canada. STEPHEN P. CLARK, Black River, N.Y.: Delta Chi: Sigma Epsilon. GARY L. COMMINS, Mt. Vernon, Ohio. WILLIAM J. COUSINS III, Seneca Falls, N.Y.: Interfraternity Council: Sigma Phi Epsilon: Sigma Epsilon. CLEMENT R. CWIKLINSKI, South Bend, Indiana: Booster Club: Student Senate: Stewart Hall Council. WILLIAM L. DAILEY, Angola, Indiana: Phi Kappa Theta: Triangle. WARREN R. DUNHAM, LaPorte, In- diana: Sigma Epsilon: Investment Club: Mechanical Engineering Society. JOSEPH DUNKLE, Meadow Brook, Pa. RALPH J. DVORAK, Columbus, Ohio: Al ha Si ma Phi- Debate Team P g Q - WARREN C. EASTBURN, Newwark, Delaware: Alpha Sigma Phi: Sigma Ep- silon: Modulus: Layout Editor, Triangle: T-Birds: Senior Class Secretary, Pledge Committee. DONALD FOSTER, Wilson, N.Y. DENNIS O. GOODRICH, Dear Born, Michigan. GERALD W. HALTON, Syracuse, N.Y.: Sigma Epsilon: T-Birds: A 81 B Invest- ment Club: Angola Jaycees: Little League Umpire: Director Youth Activi- ties of Steuben County. BILL J. HOLLOWAY, New Castle, In- diana: Basketball Statistician: Tennis Manager: Sports Editor, Modulus, Tri- angle: Alpha Phi Gamma. ROBERT F. HOPKINS, Oshawa, On- tario, Canada: Sigma Epsilon: Phi Kappa Theta: Booster Club: Track Team: Fenc- ing Team: President, Mens Residence Hall, Inter Dorm Council. l ll 4 Ai' ' 'P f u fa 1 .fa 5. -6. f .r ,3f,,,f5,ef 3 ,Y aa? m. -f e-'iw sf-' ,Hia ,iywg 4 f,. ik ffifggf 14'-4 Q99 W 1:-QV-Q i' ' 0 ffxix ,L 12 . 1' if 'YJ , I 4,1 Swan .4 - X av' 1 'fs' . an ,L It ,va -div' B Nt im :X ...sf Q. :fa , ..., . 1 X It X. x x 1 sg, ,. i t . N... , N.. 3 -at -wi' .,,,.wl K 6 R -If X 7' af sk X -A ' . . ig lfff W. ff' xx 55 S vga! Qkg, v g X fx gf. fx, 6.52 ii 'F iff nt,- 5? , I 1 ,EYW7 f 1 jak . 54 I f . 'f' U' .i""'HN-...f ...-moi' .ggi a"""lLA..u wwf' 'Mmnf' . 1, 3 G' aw'-"' 'Q-it :" Hrs ff 'R Ji..-.. , suv "N. tg-, W. KINGSLEY HUNGER, Vandergrift. Pa.: Sigma Epsilon: Tau Kappa Epsilon: Student Senate: Inter Fraternity Coun- cil: Skull 81 Bones, C.O.A. CHARLES F. ICKES, B f- r g li o l 1 fSaleml, Ohio: Alpha Sigma Phi: Stu- dent Senate: Inter Fraternity Council: Sports Car Club. WALTER D. JOHNSON. Grove City. Minnesota. KENNETH KUNKLE, Angola, Indiana. STEPHEN O. LINNEMEIER, Angola, Indiana. CHESTER D. LONGENECKER, South Bend, Indiana: I.V.C.F.: Investment Club: Sigma Epsilon: Alpha Beta Alpha. STANLEY A. LOWE, Michigan City, In- diana. RICHARD O. MATTHIES, Springfield. Ohio. CLARK H. MILLER, Elkhart, Indiana: Deanis List: Amateur Radio Club: Stu- dent Senate. STEVEN K. MILLER, Indianapolis, In- diana: Alpha Sigma Phi: Herman Crown Investment Club. RODNEY K. MOCHERMAN. Montpe- lier, Ohio: Sigma Epsilon. JOHN M. MURLEY, Auburn, N.Y.: Phi Kappa Theta. RICHARD A. NAZE, Muncie, Indiana: President, Student Senate: Acacia: Skull 81 Bones, C.O.A. JOHN A. NIGRO, Southington, Conn.: Pres., Alwood Hall: Golf Team, Captain: Student Senate: Skull 81 Bones, C.O.A.: Alpha Phi Gamma: Sigma Epsilon: Edi- tor, Triangle. GEORGE E. OSBORN, Chicago, Ill.: Alpha Gamma Upsilon: Sigma Epsilon: Booster Club. SAMUEL B. PRIDDEY, Drexel Hill, Pa.: Tau Kappa Epsilon: Delta Nu Al- pha: Motor Transportation Society: Who's Who. KENNETH A. ROSENBERG, East Hart- ford, Conn.: Alpha Sigma Phi: Inter Fraternity Council: Business Manager, Modulus: Alpha Phi Gamma: Skull 8: Bones, C.O.A. PAUL D. SAALFIELD, Youngstown, N.Y. JAMES J. SCANLIN, Sayre, Pa.: Phi Kappa Theta: Newman Club: Track Team. JOHN R. SEDLACEK, Schererville, In- diana: Kappa Sigma: Alpha Phi Gam- ma: Sigma Epsilon: Student Senate: I.F.C.: Circulation Manager, Triangle: Sales Staff, Modulus: Booster Club: Sec- retary, Junior Class: Investments Club. 'r--E,.p' :fi ' F 'Si.gr1j .- 1 ' I I .-J, ' i ,mv -- aa.. - -wt. I 46" ' sc., --nv' Wm... Qui. I FA? fr ...a-...4u4'l0' f-qw' ,f , 'Wg-i..,... IWW .v-N., .mow-QM W.,-r AY ,,,-if, ' J 1 f"" J Y' V2 3, 1 If .1 ' ' Q ' A ' 1 f ,nm V- 4 Ii f XY -9--..-1" A 1 f f Q A-f 1 . ,f A .fl vm Y , Not Shown: MICHAEL H. BADORIAN, Niagara Falls, N.Y. FRED W. BRUNBAUGH, Canton, Ohio. JAMES V. CAMPISE, North Collins, N.Y. RODERICK J. DAY, Detroit, Michigan. I. E. DIBARTOLA, Iohnstown, Pa. IAMES W. DOPSON, Sudbury, Ontario, Canada. EDWVARD L. ELLIS, Hamlet, Ind. IOHN C. FISHER, Buffalo, N.Y. TIMOTHY K. GLASSBURN, Elkhart, Ind. DENNIS E. COCCIN, Clymer, N.Y. RODCER E. HAYMOND, Canton, Ohio. LAWVRENCE E. KAY, Elmira, N.Y. "HOW WW A , .5 J e 1. Xiiqifz- Wi ' Q Tiff agfk' ' ff 5295-.-.+ ' ,EW ,E-"gy-fa .V , 9 Ex aria' ,xp y DONALD G. KRABER, Defiance, Ohio. WILLIAM W. LINKE, Kenton, Ohio. EDWARD T. MULROY, Beaver Falls, Pa. RONALD P. PASSERO, Johnstown, Pa. EARL E. RUSSELL, Coldwater, Mich. THOMAS E. RUSSELL, Lawrence, Ind. DAVID E. SUNDAY, Hudson, Ind. STEPHEN O. SUTTON, Canton, Ohio. ROBERT T. TODD, Van Wert, Ohio. FRANKLIN H. WATSON, Bentleyville, Pa DAVID M. WHITESELL, Warsaw, Ind. DONALD A. IENNER, Wheaton, Ill. mx - 'Qs- Ceneral Business Seniors JACK L. SHAFER, Auburn, Ind., Varsity Basketball. ERNEST E. SHEPARD, Mt. Carmel, Ill., Alpha Beta Alpha, Motor Transport Society, Who's Who, Student Director, Delta Nu Alpha, N.D.T.A., Silver Key. HARRY SINDEN, Ripley, N.Y. gHOMAS P. SMITH, St. Marys, a. THEODORE G. STICHLER, Ar- gos, Ind., Student Director, Alpha Beta Alpha, Gold Key, Scholar- ship Plaque. RALPH E. STITT, Peru, Ind., Booster Club, Investment Club, Sigma Epsilon, Student Director. ROBERT C. STRAYER, Cochran- ton, Pa., Tau Kappa Epsilon, Herman Crown Investment Club, I.F.C. NEAL SWANSON, LaPorte, Ind., Investment Club. ROGER M. TEPFER, Sturgis Michigan, Silver Key, Delegate: Ind. Education Seminar. D O U G L A S E. THOMPSON, Quincy, Mich. JULIUS VALEIKA, Munster, In- diana. TERRY I. WEST, Ligonier, In- diana, Varsity Basketball, Alpha Sigma Phi. EARNEST WALTER, Buffalo, N.Y, RODERIC R. WHITNEY, Pana- ma, N.Y. .IAMES P. WILKINSON, JR., Oil City, Pa. CORNELL E. WISE, New Kens- ington, Pa. During the past year, the Chemical Engineering Department of Tri-State College, headed by Dr. Kenneth H. Slagle, expanded in both course offer- ings and facilities. The John G. Best Hall of Science was the departments new home. Extensive laboratories and classrooms are provided, as well as two large lecture theaters. The course of study was built upon a foundation in mathematics and basic science, including a concentration in chemistry, and the communication aids of engineering graphics and English, both written and spoken. "-tr" Q . Pittsburg, Lafayette College. DANIEL L. FULLER, B.S., Ball State Universityg M.S., Purdue University. FRANCIS J. HERBER, B.S.g St. Joseph College B.S., Ch. E., Indiana Institute of Technology M.A., Ball State University. 'Q ... , i DR. KENNETH H. SLAGLE, Chairman, B.S., Ph.D., John Hopkins University, University of GERALD H. MOORE, B.S., Tri-State College. RAYMOND L. PORTER, B.S., Tri-State College, M.S., Montana State College. PYRL L. RHINESMITH, B.S., Tri-State College. Not Shown: PETER A. HIPPENSTEEL, B.S., Purdue Uni- versity: M.S., Ball State University. DR. CHESTER A. PINKHAM, A.B., Indiana Universityg M.S., Purdue University, Ph.D., Rens- salaer Polytechnic Institute. J .I 1 fits. f N .........wdumwilbw.,, N fmnm. hemical Engineering V-lg-1. lf' V -N Tin... Faculty I fi?- rw.. Wm 5- -sf--' Chem Seniors SHAMIN AHAMAD. Cambellpur, W. Pakistan: Pres. International Students Association. GEORGE I. BIZUB, Mountain Top. Pa.: Phi Kappa Theta: Chemical Society: Student Senate: Neuman Club. THOMAS A. BROWN. Alvordton, Ohio. JOSEPH H. DART, Mystic. Conn. ROBERT W. GRAI-IM, Fort Wlayne, Ind. RICHARD D. HUNT, Rochester, WY JAMES D. KILES, Cleveland, Ohio. Chemical Society: Tau Sig- ma Eta: Who's Who: Silver Key: Student Director: Stewart Hall Council. IEFFERY KROESSIG, Kinnelon, NJ.: Sports Car Club: Chemical Society. ROBERT E. LEACH, Cleona, Pa.: Pres. Chemical Society: Pres. Stewart Hall Council: Skull 81 Bones, C.O.A.: Pres. Inter Dorm Council. PATRICK M. LYNCH, Stamford, Conn.: Pres. Chemical Society: Tau Sigma Eta: Newman Club: Student Director: Modulus: Alpha Phi Gamma. MICHAEL T. MCHALE, New York City. N.Y.: Chemical Socie- ty: Student Director. DAVID L. PARSELS, Liberty Center, Ohio: Pres. 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To give the students the fundamental principles underlying the divisions of civil engineering and a certain degree of skill in applying them, Dr. George Hauck and his staff taught a diversity of courses. To keep abreast of the problem of water and air pollution and water supply, a course in sanitary engineering covered water supply and treatment and sewage systems. Work in urban planning and trans- portation engineering was taught to meet the demands of urban renewal programs and the complexity of water, land and air travel problems with an eye on space travel. Soil mechanics and its applications, the design of foundations for structures, and the analysis of earthwork, and the investi- gation of subgrades for highways, rail- roads and airports was thoroughly covered. A 1 M . J 1 5, of DR. GEORGE F. HAUCK, Chairmang B.S., Architectural Engineeringg M.A., Architec- tural Engineering, Oklahoma State Universityg Ph.D., Northwestern Universi- ty, P.E., Oklahoma. Civil Faculty ARTHUR I. BUSH, B.S., M.S., Universi- ty of Missouri: RE., Missouri. THADDUES DeWOLF, B.S., Northwes- tern Universityg MS., Illinois Institute of Technology. WILLIAM W. HILL, JR., B.M.E., Geor- gia Institute of Technologyg MS., Pur- due University: Ph.D., Colorado State University. PING-WHA LIN, BS., Chiao-Tung Uni- versity: Ph.D., Purdue University. l is i Q WIN' ...Mt L n. ,vwfe 5 V N K I + 1 n ausea, V X" -vm 31 ,,,ZiIj,i,K , K 'W Q . -1 at ,g.c3" ' V . t , s. . 1- RUSSELL MILLER, Lab0rat0fy.TechniCian. 1 U A,-B 'wx Wlhiut GEORGE ROWLEY, B.S., Trl-State Collegeg t..r 6 , Case Institute of Technology. q X, f-w-'---- rf -Y---f --Y W .f. sw: W- --- M-,Q-is ,few ,Q 'emrar--5: ..,,.,.,,,.....,..?-M-'-T is f it I A in .SIL 'SYN s- , A We i 5 X -1 x , .is 1 ii QQEZEQ X - thtl ff h iw wfv. K- , Q X '21 X . 'mb X , Y -Q f X N X X R gifs J is Q. f Off' C' J -"X gwfzg, H1 l" Yiiiiizfitsat, ,. 1 -Y .-f., - .WWI 'HM H M 4.1 I lf' 'i L .T I-V ,.ynn..s:,,.. we .t,.,,,4, .,,,-.....,,., V 'GLA' 5' i, f.,1g,. 'ni 'BIRTH ' ' ,Lad-fi W . ,, ,.-xr? i I we sw L .LW fioff' vw 1 A . , ny: J' ,...,m. av i l it it Il ll i l , DENNIS A. ARCHBOLD, Liberty Center, Ind., Sigma Epsilon, Sigma Chi Epsilon, A.S.C.E. JOHN L. ARMSTRONG, Moutpelier, Ver- mont, Sigma Phi Epsilon, Sigma Chi Epsilon, A.S.C.E. ROBERT E. BARTLETT, Walton, N.Y., A.S.C.E., Student Senate, Pres. American Road Builder's Assnu Si ma Chi E silon. ' s S P WILLIAM D. BLACK, Piqua, Ohio. CHARLES W. CORBITT, Munroe, Ohio, A.S.C.E., American Road Builder's Assn. DONALD L. CROSS, East Canton, Ohio, Dean's List, Silver Key, Sigma Chi Epsilon, Tau Sigma Eta, T-birds, A.S.C.E., Student Assistant. WILLIAM F. FLAHERTY, Williamstown, Mass., A.S.C.E., A.R.B.A., A.W.W.A., S.A,E. GALE A. GROH, Wolcottville, Indiana, A.S.C.E., Sigma Chi Epsilon, Tau Sigma Eta, Who's Who, Student Director. .IACK D. HARRELD, Marion, Indiana, Tau Kappa Epsilon, Golf Team, Basketball Stu- dent Manager, Sigma Chi Epsilon, Alpha Phi Gamma, Student Director. JOHN C. HASSELBACH, Rossford, Ohio, Sigma Phi Epsilon. EDWARD I. HOLE, Aubnrn, N.Y., Phi Kap- pa Theta, Booster Club, A.S.C.E. DAVID R. HOOPS, Lodi, Ohio, Tennis, Track, Resident Assistant, Sigma Phi Delta. DAVID S. HUNSINGER, Dallastown, Pa., A.S.C.E., A.R.B.A., Booster Club, Student Senate. OLAIIDE I. MAYOMI, Ife, Nigeria, A.S.C.E., International Students Assn., Associate De- gree of Science of Engineering, Flint, Mich. ROBERT A. RACZYK, Buffalo, N.Y., Pres. AiS.C.E., Resident Assistant, Sigma Chi Ep- si on. LARRY Y. ROETTGER, New Knoxville, Ohio, A.S.C.E. THOMAS W. ROWE, Dayton, Ohio, A.S.C.E., A.R.B.A., Tau Eigma Eta, Sigma Chi Epsilon, Who's Who, Silver Key. CHARLES A. SANDERS, Ottawa, Ill., Pep Band, A.S.C.E. RONALD .I. TRUESDELL, Lexington, N.Y., Baseball, A.S.C.E., A.R.B.A. GUY N. WISWELL, JR., Canaan, Vt. Not Shown: CHARLES L. SHEETZ, Remington, Ind. MOHAMMAD H. ALI, Kuwait. MOHAMMAD ALI ALMAI, Teheran, Iran. MICHAEL C. BISHOP, Byron, Ohio. I. SCOTT ERBE, Santa Ana, California. DALE L. GROH, Wolcottville, Ind. DENNIS H. ROAT, Blissfield, Mich. . , 3 . ,xii-A,-.r m fs .. A4 Civil Seniors "Q--Q lv? FQ, -559' x. 'W' I es! . Q' -,ww , W -uh ' 'anim-44 ' -fr' 4'f""b- x ""'f"Ix fb 4 ns' L...- I IP f PP Hug.. ! 4. e N 9 ll. Q 1. N, ,X ,, I . ,w1""""'-: N f. W. is X . V2 'Vi . x . .--,,- 1 l ' Q ll- "iv . C---'1' xl. ' 11. ff? aziiv, 1 , .5 Q55 Y 13-2: " F ' iv- 'Zizwlriiixg' fir H, fifgtsifwm - 5 35 a1"1..:ff'Q. 'L ' '31 Rf? JIS: :if,fl1'lL'4 Q sflzwfniEf..'.f':f.:f: R a r n n .75 1-ef-..-..... DR. RALPH W. GILCHRIST, Chairman: BS., Tri-State Collegeg MS.. University of Michigang Ph.D., Michigan State University. ' D l Q Faculty PETER B. ARONHIME, B.S., Univer- sity of Louisvilleg M.S., Colorado State University. ANTHONY I. DVORACEK, M.S., Technical University, Prague. ARTHUR E. EBERHARDT, B.S., Pur- due University. LLOYD G. HANSON, B.S., Tri-State College. CLYDE E. SHAW, B.S.R.E., B.S.E.E., Tri-State Collegeg M.S.g Texas A.8lM. ALAN B. SHOWALTER, B.S., Arkansas State Collegeg M.A., University of Kansas. MATTHEW E. WESTENHAVER, B.S., Tri- State College. Not Shown: GEORGE C. BROCKUS, B.S.E., M.S.E., Univer- sity of Michigan. Electrical Engineerin The Department expects to offer new work in nuclear and radiation technology. Following a year of up- dating the curricular offering, Elec- trical Engineering opens a chapter with the change of facilities. Thirty-five graduates this year were Electrical Engineering majors. 'I' 'JS TQANSISTORACUQVE TF?ACE'R KW..- ...,. W- , I If lp ,Q I l flflhf Vllll 5 .XI EXf.l-"" f POSITION I HAZ! l INN' 'nl um-.f uma VUIYS Z , AMPUHEU CAHIIAIION UC IAC. 23' BASE STEP C 5flf5ffAMIl.Y , N nr vu , 4 Q 4 Y I I? 54 ap 1 focus mnusnv Asnouuvw QCII! vuuu. " ff 77 ' EE Seniors JAMES E. ANDREWS Elk Grove Villa e Q g 1 Ill.: Resident Assistant: I.E.E.E.: Amateur Radio Club. RICHARD A. BROOKS, Angola, Indiana: Tau Sigma Eta: I.E.E.E.: Booster Club. E. CUSICK, Birch Run, Michigan: I .... MICHAEL DEMINC, Angola, Indiana. THOMAS H. FINK, Kings Park, N.Y. SCOTT R. FLETCHER, Dowagiac, Michigan. MORRIS L. CILLIHAN, Lebanon, Indiana: Who's Who: Tau Sigma Eta: Siver Key: I.E.E.E.: Student Director. RAYMOND R. GLENN, Barberton, Ohio: I.E.E.E.: Tau Sigma Eta. PAUL E. HAGEN, White Pigeon, Mich.: Alpha Sigma Phi. RICHARD D. HARTLEY, Allen, Mich.: I.E.E.E.: Vice-Pres. Junior Class: Kappa Sig- ma: Varsity Basketball. JOHN G. HOFNER, Findlay, Ohio: I.E.E.E.: Tau Sigma Eta: Siver Key. RONALD E. JASPER, Depew, N.Y.: Camera Club: Amateur Radio Club: I.E.E.E. WILLIAM A. KERR, Anderson, Indiana. RICHARD E. KRANZ, Logansport, Indiana IISJIQNNETH W. LASKOWSKI, Rochester, RALPH K. LEIDY, Boyertown, Pa.: Kappa Sigma: I.E.E.E. FRANK W. LIGCETT, Benton Harbor, Mich.: I.E.E.E. WILLIAM MacDONALD, Wilmington, Dela- ware. DONALD W. MARTIN, Churubusco, Ind.: I.E.E.E.: Varsity Basketball. F. MCKENZIE, Meyersdale, Pa.: xxx Ci pc -W' "x, 'S"'e"v ...,...A"" I f-naafZ', unfit' v!"'J:' ff? "Q, N, . 'TT 7 Q 1 'x. -wave. 46'-T W' an-M.-,..a,,. 'Si iraq. s.. ' f... ' ,I-. . ag a ,Ia an-guts gg, ,ia "DN Nr-,gh , -Y .it In 4325...-4 1 '75 ?'g0 -.Q J Q 55 ""'W "WSW sw- . K3 "" RFQ- ' i Jig., . if be :iff-Qfi .KQNA , N J L. W . If 'U l - .. Q":i.l'574, f " ,tiiefe-Mr vif aex' ' Q- 1 is '.3,,k,,,v.,, - . ., . X ....,,.Qim x t ,fig ' , ' lf: f Q1 if ,vb 5' ' 'Lug J V 1 T pr' 'mi 'Qin . gx 1 muy, :ibn .xwwldan-w - 'nuns-'ff' me ,. Z Y , . kg, . J iz?-.asfraf-. N X it r il . 3 . ff t - ff 'V X' f I , P I Mi a""'-fm-.u f-it 'M 745' PW-.,,,,,W W, -VW' ' , fu Liv, ,rf f , ', Sis, 2, f e :fa-iZ1' . if W f , rafts' fy I .. ,941 'S-'um..,,g , 9, 'fx' v ' fr?-Q1 fi N t Sh O . OWU! 56 JOSCELYN C. COCKBURN, St. Andrew, Jamaica. CLIEFORI3 L. DeSCHAAE, Benton Harbor, Mich. SCOTT R. FLETCHER, Dowagiac. Mich. CHRIS KLAEDEMENOS, Ann Arbor, Mich. DANNY L. Mr-CLICH. Wolcottville, Ind. JAMES H. MOTT. Tuckerton, N.J. PETER M. NORRIS. Shoreham. Vt. PAUL H. WIESE, Cleveland, Ohio. Right-Paul Maruszak explains to Dick Fitzsimmons how the transistor curves are used to find the necessary information in the design of amplifiers, while Tom Har- rington takes down the data. "EER Seniors BRIAN P. NEMEC, Wheaton, Ill. STEPHEN A. PICARD, Auburn, Indiana. maicag I.E.E.E. AUGUST M. RICCONO, Staunton, I1I:g I.E.E.E.g Student Senate. CHARLES H. ROSS, Canton, Ohio. T-birds. I.E.E.E. I.E.E.E.g Newman Club, Sigma Phi Delta. I.E.E.E. Q . gifs ALAN G. THOMPSON, E. Lansing, Michi Jw A gang I.E.E.E.g Student Senate. I.E.E.E.g Tau Sigma Eta, Who's Whog Stu ...vw dent Director. JAMES A. VAIL, Mount Gilead, Ohio, T. Birdsg I.E.E.E. X JAMES VANDERMEER, Wyoming, Michigan. JACK R. WEBSTER, Kalamazoo, Michigan, I.E.E.E.g Tau Sigma Eta, Student Senate, Stu- dent Directorg Gold Key, Who's Who. JOHN N. WELLMAN, Angola, Indiana. all 'W'-M-- STANFIELD E. RAINFORD, Kingston, Ja- DALE G. RUDE, Jackson, Mich., I.E.E.E., LAWRENCE R. SANTUCCI, Buffalo, N.Y., VINCENT J. SAVONA, Malvem, Ohiog LARRY J. SILVERBERG, Washington, D.C.g LESLIE UPDEGROVE, Gilbertsville, Pa., English and Humanities There are two important objectives the department strives to meet. First, concern for the individual student and his progress in communication skills. Consequently, tests are administered to him during orientation, which eval- uates his needs, and provides results used to assign him to courses which are of the greatest value to the student. A second important objective is to provide an opportunity for the student to discover personal interests which he finds enjoyable in future years. To provide this, courses in classical and modern literature, foreign language, and music appreciation are offered. To acquaint him with the mechanics of advanced Writing skills, a course called advanced composition was in- troduced. Compositions varied from creative Writing to business or techni- cal reporting, depending upon the ob- jectives of the individual. Humanities I and II are the study of selected ideas which have significance for 20th Century Americans as those ideas that were expressed in literature and the arts of the 19th and 20th Cen- turies. DR. JOHN T. DOUTY, Chairman, B.A., Wes tern Maryland College, Western Reserve Uni versity, M.A., Ph. D., University of Denver, Uni versity of Edinburg, John Hopkins University. ,L Faculty .t new '- ' f' Wa 1 'ii if X ' R . MARY D. CARNEY, A.B., Western College for Women, Miami University, Bowling Green State University, M.A., University of Toledo. RAY A. CONDON, B.S., M.A., Ball State University, Indiana University. KATHRYN GORDON, A.S., University of Michigan, DePauw University, M.A., Ft. Francis College. MARIAN NICHOLS, B.S., Central Normal College, Iowa State University, Ball State University, M.S., St. Francis College. MICHAEL S. NYIKOS, B.A., New Mexico Highland University, M.A., University of Michigan. ETLLIAM R. SAN GIACOMO, A.B., A.M., Montclair State 0 ege. ELIZABETH ORLOSKY, B.A., DePauw University, M.A., Ball State University. ANN M. SLANINA, B.A., St. Francis College, St. Mary's College, M.A., University of Dayton. BRENDA .I. THOMPSON, A.B., M.A., West Virginia University. Not Shown : EUGENE P. HANSON, B.A., M.A., University of Connecticut. KENDALL C. PATTERSON, B.A., M.A., Western Michigan University. A 'USE Na. it-T' 1 M6 , .. k is Ji sg ' 'wa' f , X 1 Q , 4 I ' '25 . . Ha. ' 4.2 . j .Qi ,m j. 71- f1.,'f," . af 6:85 pre my -xr, .,, 1 was 104 athematics and n meermg Mechanics Department Wage.. Q as .gel Q: Math Faculty DR. RALPH W. YOUNG, Chairmang A.B., Ball State University, M.S., Indiana Universityg M.A., Lehigh Universityg D. Ed., University of Florida. ROSS A. BUTLER, B.S., Tri-State College. RICHARD R. KRUGER, B.A., Wartburg Col- legeg M.S., Iowa State University. LARRY C. ANDREWS, B.S., M.S., Michigan State University. GLENN E. GAERTE, B.S., M.S., Purdue Uni- versity. RUSSELL M. GREEN, B.S., Tri-State College, A.B., Western Michigan College of Education, M.A., Colorado State College. KREIG R. KING, A.B., Marshall University, M.S., University of Toledo. ROBERT E. MIKHEL, B.S., M.S., Ball State University. FRANK J. SCHWAB, A.B., M.S., Indiana Uni- versity. RICHARD A. RUSELINK, B.A., Hope Collegeg M.S., Miami University. WILLIAM A. THRELKELD, B.S., Murray State Collegeg A.M., George Peabody College. Not Shown: CHARLES K. COOK, B.E., Chicago Teachers Collegeg M.S., DePaul University. DOLORES M. HALPER, B.S., Mundelein Collegeg M.S., Purdue University. ARTHUR A. HOCKEY, B.S., Iowa State Teach- ers Collegeg M.S., State University of Iowa. Tri-State's Math Department, which was the largest of the sevice depart- ments, aided in services to more than 1500 students each day. The Math Department, headed hy Dr. Ralph W. Young, gave students the complete courses in mathematics that were needed for every aspect of Business and Engineering at Tri-State. Introduction to Digital Computer Pro- gramming, a year old course, was of- fered by the Department during the 1967-1968 school year. The Math Department held one se- minar each quarter to keep the in- structors hetter informed and orien- tated. it L' Q Nr-M' . muse-Alf , 'im ba .. N ar: ,",J"' Mechanical Engineering DR. QUINTIN J. HAW- THORNE, Chairmang B.S., Tri-State Collegeg M.S., Ph.D., University of Notre Dame. The major in Mechanical Engineer- ing is intended to give the student a thorough training in principles. The courses fundamental are arranged and graded so as to enable the student to become thoroughly conversant with the principles of contemporary en- Faculty DOUGLAS A. BARTON, B.S., Tri-State College. P. E., Indiana DONALD TICHENOR, B.S., Tri-State College, M.S., Ohio University. DR. B. S. DIXIT, B.E., University of Mysoolg B.S., Carnegie Institute of Technol0gY: M.S., Ph.D., West Virginia University. WALTER W. HOL- COMB, B.S., Tri-State College: M.S., Ohio Uni- versityg P.E., Indiana. JOHN C. HUMPHRIES, Assistant Chairmang B.S., Tri-State Collegeg Univer- sity of Minnesotag Mich- igan State University, P.E., Indiana. RAMSAY R. JACKSON, B.S., Tri-State College. gineering practice, and by persistent association of abstract analysis with practical problems to prepare him for a successful professional career. There was hardly any field of in- dustry in which mechanical engineer- ing problems were not met. The prob- lems of industry had their origin in the design and manufacturing of equipment as Well as the choice of operation of equipment. Mechanical engineering implies the use of mechanical systems of mechan- ismsg thus, courses in mechanisms, strength of material, metallurgy, dy- namics of machinery, and mechanics are given. In addition there is time to study a sequence of courses in the humani- ties area and to give more communi- and spoken. cation studies, written These are all important, for engineers' Work has the creation of things for humanity. His Work is an art and a science, and he has to communicate fluently. He has to know the past in order to better serve in the future. 1- DANIEL L. BELLOTTL Brooklyn, N.Y. NORMAN A. BERGAN Buffalo, N . Y. 4 SAE? ASTMEg I.E.E.E. GARY B. BERTRAM, Geneva, N.Y.g Alpha Sig- ma Phi. 9 .L "ME" Seniors SAMUEL B. ADLEN, Weirton, W. Virginia. JAMES H. ANDERSON JR., Mishewaka, Ind.: Tau Sigma Eta: Cold Keyg Mechanical Engineering 1717"-fs. Q15 f"'i l A 1 -Q .4--""i'AT Society, Vice Presidentg Senior Class President. "!3"""',i.x ya-"'?a "Uv-..... "MER Seniors KARL B. BLANDING. Ceder Springs Mich. EDMOND P. BOTTEGAL, New Ken- sington. Pa. THOMAS A. BROWN. Walton. Indiana: M.E.S.: A.S.T.M.E.: Tau Kappa Epsilon. RENNO W. BUDZIAK, Newburgh. N. Y.: Platt Hall Fellowship: Student Sen- ate: Phi Kappa Theta: M.E.S.: S.A.E.: A.S.T.M.E., Circle K: Booster Club: Newman Club. DONGHAN CHOI. Seoul, Korea. ROBERT D. CLARK, Auburn, N.Y.: M.E.S. WILLIAM M. DEBUHR IR.. Eden, N. Y. DENNIS J. DICK. Tonawanda, N.Y. WILLIAM E. DIETSCH, Edgerton, Ohio: S.A.E.: M.E.S.: Tau Sigma Eta: Student Director. THOMAS L. EASTERDAY, Culver, In- diana: Resident Assistant: M.E.S. BOAZ E. EIDELBERG, Haifa, Israel: Tau Sigma Eta: International Students Association: Student Director. GREG J. FIGEL, Eden, N.Y. GERALD D. GODI, Saginaw, Mich.: Newman Club: S.A.E.: M.E.S.: Tau Sig- ma Eta: Whois Who: Silver Key. ROBERT H. GRIFFIOEN, Sturgis, Mich.: T-Birds: Varsity Golf. ROBERT GRZYBOWSKI, Chicago, Ill.: A.S.T.M.E.: M.E.S.: Sigma Phi Epsilon. JAMES H. HEPHNER. Hudson, Mich.: S.A.E.: M.E.S.: A.S.T.M.E. DAVID W. HILL, Piqua, Ohio: Alpha Sigma Phi: M.E.S. JAMES D. HIPSLEY, Van Wert, Ohio: S.A.E.: M.E.S. H. ALAN KARRFALT, Erie, Pa.: S.A.E.: M.E.S. JOHN F. KOENIGSHOF, Buchanan, Mich. KEVIN S. KORNELL, Highmount, N. Y.: Pres., S.A.E.: Glee Club: Band: M.E.S.: Tau Sigma Eta. PATRICK M. LINET, Lima, Ohio: M.E.S.: Deans List. RAYMOND M. MAROWSKI, Olean, N.Y.g A.S.T.M.E. THOMAS M. MCMAKEN, Piqua, Ohio: A.S.T.M.E.: T-Birds. ,. "Vim 'Wh-..,,n,-' Y """-A-QM... 1.. V '7ii'e'i.fr'l:26?7isffi ' ' " . . I f -"' , , H 'fit ff? '-3 5' -f"" A -. I ,I pg' N 1555 3, I. -W., 1 V 1 :,- , mi f mvfy, iff '- tg??'.!,'a,3Xt?w5.. X 'ff S. wwf fox wpfwa , ,. ,, . . ,ff 1 af 5: 'I ,aW.4tx.. . .. .Aa , ,A V, . 1 Q a . Q ,.w .55 f v iz .:. f I Q f 'WWE' 2 f X. ,Q .X iv fi qw is .Lx- yuw. QQ Ng. 1' V .. . ' Q . fl .-.. .. .gy af --s., ..,, Q f 1 I 0 , X I . .Q X :jf V '- XI X L ' .57fg !iEt, t . ' f a t ,s d A 2 Q.. A '-'-usa., IVV' st ,,.,., if ax ', 'II fa Z 1: , , 3 ., f' r n if M , , 2:05 3' -Qin -QW' V' 1-vw i s I whim, Q75 f Wm K, L . W ,,,.f""' Q C 9 7 ' ME Seniors WILDON L. MEDLIN, New Cumberland, Pa., A.S.T.M.E., M.E.S. WILLIAM J. MORITZ, Irwin, Pa. JOHN G. MOSS, Pontiac, Mich., Pres., M.E.S. JOHN F. NEESE, Greenwood, Ind., M.E.S., Varsity Baseball. VICTOR E. NICODEMUS, South Bend, Ind., M.E.S., Schussmeisters. DALE R. NORTON, Lafayette, Ohio, S.A.E., M.E.S. KENNETH C. PEET, Winchester, Ky., Pres., Newman Club, M.E.S. CHARLES M. REYNOLDS, Quincy, Mich. ROSS E. ROCKENBAUGH, Edwardsburg, Mich., Pres., Senior Class, Pres., M.E.S., Student Senate, Residents Assistant, Varsity Basketball, Baseball. PAUL L. ROSSOMME, Industry, Pa. JOHN B. SCHEIBELHUT, Mishawaka, Ind., A.S.T.M.E., M.E.S. CHARLES A. SCHOTT, Newwark, Ohio, Tau Kappa Epsilon, M.E.S., A.S.T.M.E. KUNDANLAL N. SHAH, Ahmedebad, India. CLYDE L. SHIDAKER, Sturgis, Mich., Tau Sigma Eta, Who's Who, M.E.S., A.S.T.M.E., T-Birds. RICHARD F. SMALL, Buffalo, N.Y., M.E.S., S.A.E., A.S.T.M.E. RICHARD W. STRAW JR., Elkhart, Indiana. RONALD G. STROOPE, Otisville, Mich. BERNARD SUPIANOSKI, Quincy, Mich. TERRY E. TEETER, Rolling Prairie, Ind., M.E.S., A.S.T.M.E. CARRY J. VACCARO, Defiance, Ohio, S.A.E., Amateur Radio Club, Newman Club, Sigma Phi Delta. MARK WW. WIKOFF, Mason, Ohio, Sports Car Club. GORDON E. WYANDT, Willard, Ohio. Not Shown: JOHN B. BALEY, Sturgis, Mich. RODGER L. EBAUGH, Bryan, Ohio. FRANK A. OLSOF KA, Oil City, Pa. FRANK R. ZEMLA, Buffalo, N.Y. Institute Drafting and Design at Tri-State is devoted to both training draftsmen and teaching engineers to decipher drawings. The department stresses that engineers must be able to use the drawings of the industrial world and understand the drafts1nan's language. It also offers courses that assures the prospective draftsinan a complete edu- cation for his field of work. Use of drawing equipment and standard layout is stressed first. Then, after the student becomes familiar with his tools he is taught the princi- ples of orthographic projection, auxil- iary views, isometric and cabinet pic- torial drawings, and dimensioning and lettering. Those who enroll in Drafting and Design are given a more complete training in all the techniques enjoyed in the drawing world. 'QD 81 D Seniors Not Shown: ROGER D. FELTON. Huntington, Indiana. RICHARD L. JONES, Royal Center, Indiana. KATHLEEN A. JUERLINC, Richmond, Indiana RAYMOND R. LISTAK, Wickliffe, Ohio. MARLOW W. RUPP, Stryker, Ohio. DANE A. BAILEY, Berne, Indiana. TONY J. HOHENBRINK, Ottawa, Ohio. DAVID C. SULT, Bluffton, Indiana. Physics Faculty ab, vi 5 f--. 1 ,nv- of Drafting and Desi n HARVEY W. WAFFLE, Chairmang B.S., Stout State Collegeg Ph.M., University of Wisconsin, M.A., San Jose State College. Not Shown: GARY G. THOMPSON, B.S., M.S., Stout State College. JOHN B. TRESSLER, B.S., Tri-State College, M.S., Michigan State University. 1+ , ROBERT H. CUNNINGHAM, B.S., e V: Texas Christian Universityg M.S., Uni- . W If versity of Utahg University of Colora- U fm , 1. , 5,1 - t gn I 'A ' 'm'f""'1"' luv , Notre Dameg Northwestern Universityg do. f i PAUL F. EBLE, B.S., University of KEVIN T. WALLS, Buffalo, N.Y. KENNETH E. WISHARD, Waynesboro, Pa. LARRY T. CROUSE, Elwood, Indiana. WILLIAM G. POLLACK, Waterloo, Indiana. ROGER W. FETTROW, West Jefferson, Ohio BARRY L. HEATH, North Manchester, Indiana MICHAEL R. MQINTIRE, Lowell, Indiana. DONALD D. NOTTINGHAM, Hartford City Indiana. JOHN O. RICO. State College, Pa. THOMAS P. SHOMSKY, Bridgeport, Conn. SAMUEL A. TINERVIA, Coldwater, Michigan. DALE E. VANDERBUR, Anderson, Indiana. REX. E. WARD, Maxwell, Indiana. ROBERT E. WOLFF, Hillsdale, Michigan. JOHN F. WYCKOFF, Blissfield, Michigan. hysics Department , Saff- . 351 -- it ,f 0 - at dow-M 'W 5,7 Massachusetts Institute of Technology, - 45 . ' in-fr M.A., Ball State University. by e CHARLES D. KENYON, B.S., Case Institute of Technology: Western Reserve Universityg Indi- ana University: P.E., Indiana. MARK PETERMAN, B.S., M.S., Butler Univer- sity. CHESTER J. PRATT. B.S., Westem Michigan Universityg M.S., Michigan State University. Social Studies Department The social studies department was organized in the fall term of 1965, with Dr. Jack I. Nortrup as its depart- ment head. The social studies depart- ment serves both the school of Busi- ness and the school of Engineering. The courses offered by the depart- ment are designed to broaden the knowledge obtained by the Tri-State student. The subjects offered by the depart- ment included History I and II, World Civilization, Economics I and II, Ap- plied Psychol0gY- General Psychol- ogy, North American Geography, World Geography, and Political Sci- ence, Sociology and Comparative Government. DR. JACK J. NORTRUP, Chairman: B.A., Illinois Col- lege: M.A., Pl1.D., University of Illinois. 4 . I .W is. 'fix L 'hr' ...Q 'i .5 Faculty 1, - I 1. 'A A' A N THERON c. LANsFoRD, B.A., M.A., Uni. 'Q P- versity of Texas. - 1 1 :iw gm .Q ' , T ll ,M -f- ll. LEWIS N. Moons, Bs., University of Af. .g lf rt kansasg M.A., University of Chicago. ,i 1 JOHN E. MORIN, B.S., Indiana State Univer- RONALD E. SCHEFFER, B.S., Xavier Uni- sityg Indiana University, M.S., Indiana State versity: M-A-, UfliVf'fSiIY of Ohio. University. LEON D. VANDECREEK, A.B', Calvin Col, CHIINGQ F. WANG, B.A., National Southwest lege: M.A., Bowling Green State University. Umvefsltyi M-Aw Bfadlet' UUIVCFSUY- New York University. Not Shown: KENNETH C. HAMILTON, B.A., M.A., Wes- tern Michigan University. -sv' fr AWN. IIUR Ol-1 I- , ,?fA' In 5-9 V ' , I I f A- , Q F.. ! R J Features Married students are no different than their single cohorts on campus. They attend classes, worry about fin- als, attend ball games, and are active in student activities just as the single student, and are seen patronizing Don 81 Herlfs every so often. But the mar- ried student has a deeper responsibil- ity to his wife and children. He also worries about his son's broken tri- cycle, the baby's formula, and putting his tired children to bed and kissing them goodnight. He has greater re- sponsibilities, but also greater joy. A strong foundation of love and re- sponsibility is firmly established by 51 4 t V I l the married students living their first years together through the worries and hardships of attending college. lVlar- ried students living either in barracks, trailers, or cottages are provided with many unique opportunities and lasting memories. No matter where the mar- ried students live, barracks, trailers, or cottages, their home is their castle and often their most challenging abode. It must be made to accomo- date many necessities. Studies are pri- mary, in conjunction with married re- sponsibilities, and each must be pro- vided for in order to insure a most profitable and happy future. 5 ff! I. I ..w. ' ,' In a .M " y 4 ! f 1 1 66 l -1 1 " if Married Student Housing at Tri-State J" I, 1 f QC ' 99 ' First Home for Married Students at Tri-Stan Tri-Stan housing is owned and maintained by Tri-State College. Tri- Stan housing is known to all as the Hbarracksf' It is a good place to start married life when so many expenses are so pressing . . . like college fees for the husband. Like college, the barracks help develop onels ability to cope with life situations. Nothing is more involving than literally rebuild- ing and remodeling your very own home. Gr shall we say that which you would like to call home? What a mar- velous opportunity for an ingenious, determined young wife to utilize her unborn interior decorating skills. Their main concern is to make a warm, attractive palace for her Loch- invar. But the trick comes when she realizes what the structure was orig- inally designed for-army barracks. The opportunities thus are endless and infinite. Virtually anything can be done to the barracks apartment in an attempt to fill their needs and wants. Young couples learn a great deal about construction this way. lt's the best way to become a truly profficient ado-it-yourself-er,'. lVl i s t a k e s are made, of course, but how wonderful to leave one day, going to a real house or apartment and having the knowledge of your previous mistakes. And no real harm was done to the barracks, just experimentation. Tri-Stan lends itself to this so well and uncomplaininglyl Most conventional housing wouldnit. Tri-Stan is unique. It offers shelter, adequately and inexpensively, and serves as a limitless blackboard for eager ideas and innovations. A kiss to send him on his way 3 When his wife is away, Mark Mueller becomes student and baby-sitter , xl I . 9 if , K! x l .E .QA 5 5-ajnsgrs' ef'-s?5'..'iLf, V Ji.. K V g, .- , , . u .' Q wmwmfmm-fe Mark and Sue Mueller happily share housework together. will 3. pf v 'l l' , fl e 3 1" i i- if :ani K : i v., . Q- V. . f I 'visa -QQ I ,L fe1:JE,..,," hiv' ,J fave? ii..-nl L, Left-Sue Mueller borrows the cookie cut- ter from Kate Maruszak while exchanging some of the local gossip. . Q - i . I -si' 1 ' 3.5 N - -av' -- ,A w-um' Su 00 . f. un., A 1 . 1 J, .ww The old abandoned barracks, no longer livable, were used by the Angola Fire Dept. for fire-fighting practice. Ken Knipp and his wife were enjoying an outdoor bar-b-que when all of slightly overcooked the hamburgers. Better luck next time, Ken! t 9 if 5 4 r. "T lv , f 'ffgigli , 7 'lil V! '1 'lfkiifig' ffligltf . If 5 Ami' .ff 11 ,: 4' . f 23,4 f if' .m a sudden the ,Z S " ' 1f95i'42,ff?2f-fiQx'b-,Sic,gfffifiif fsif3fMg?Jv,:it'5FQ5 " Q ,Q ITN' fifl i ' .- 'v - f" at-.L ' 1, . es:,,1Wi2Q2'f," f ' ' ' J fi ig' Js??3d:3fgf2: Hinges mx 1,1 -1 ' tvt' f 'f :,-5, .Q Sy, Day, .j-,,wf,f,g M 3 l- ,gf 'pf I -i A - 52' M , . f ,gig 5 4 .in n . WA, r4i'YZ-11"ig5a'-'-ff ' 'M A , ,nzgcg..333g,: iw , K f, we Q, The X smfmgikigiif' 4 4, , 'GX 4 gl e V X 'f ' ri' FW-Q Q -1- , WM 3' is ,WAQ I, - Hg. ,wt . M1 . '--' if r as-1, 'fj9?',. ,. , 'K av 7' bg' he Ni? at an f f 1. t A I- - V is mi :Zz-Hd' px: -, 1 , R- ,ff - ,am 'A vm tlfii iih ' -' fi , V' K ix'-Qsvgl kv mx A L '- 'ug' ' ' 'YFM' 1 ' ' gi, 'iz , p - ,QP 'Y 'f ' Q y.3,..j5 ,gl ,. if tilt J, " 4 KQQP? M Q ,L 3, 7. ! 'mn....4m..' grease from the hamburger caught fire and .,,... rf' e ' WOW' A-n 1 A ua A A A , -.. -,f,..,.,.,... ' Q' vw Q X E I,-N . K ,jf A , r sl -' ,X , ., ' ,, ' fx , v 1 -1f:.f y 1 ' gf, Z"-"fu gg 2 .L Eli?-ir - " ' " " ' X23 1 i l. - ' , r J. if ,AZ Vi . Repairing the porch door on a cold day sure isn't any fun for Mark Mueller The day every student dreams of,-graduation day. -My . ........,,, . f Y. , , x und, bor' v-' Someday when l'm big, I'll go to Tri-State like my daddy -4 V, 1 -H-5,-........,...,, , "ff, eff"- -....,.,....,. 1' E ""mv.... Herb Masiuk asks his wife, Glenda, "How soon before dinner?', arried Life in the Trailers Q' rowded but Cozyw Some married students found it convenient living at the various trailer parks in Angola. After finishing class- es or after work, home is a wonder- ful place to return to, and the com- pany of the other married students makes the rather crowded condition a little more enjoyable. Trailers offer a very concise, but also a very inex- pensive manner of living. Efficiency gets to be a good habit, after all, there isnit much space to litter with mis- placed articles. 'GA place for every- thing . . .U is their motto. These stu- dents have an added advantage of never wanting for a home. If they choose, after graduation, they're sure of a good place to be, because they brought it with them. 72 , X 1 1 P W 3, lx 1 Q1 ,P,f,r' 1 8 ' 7 . -I ns. 4 as A -- ., 5 Wi Q lifts iwmig ,Q fl W, i Q , 1 vel' Almost as efficient as a drive-in post office Lk .-QX A healthy smile is a happy smile Ooowie, that smarts! 73 I f ' 1 -Q. li- I I .4 ' X in , K , , V . 5 K y 1 5 I X , 0, . Yu, X ,l 'Y' 4 ' ii F f 'x ' r in ' ' ' fl A V , :' I ' i it I X r .. . 4 LJ ' ? 'r f. ?' ' . 5, - -qgisr gg, rw ,, V . Q ' ." r iv A Y. X ,,.. , i , f 4 'V'-4' 5, ' 1, 1 ' I , . - ' , i i ., ' ,sig . , i ., 'SV' . X .L "W" . W A f ' K .b .gm P' NAI .54 fri, f 1 'iw' I ?'J"'Q5tff? 'iw gif: .Q 4 '. Vfifffg- ities .I A,,.1fiN.,'.itAfs 4 .greg in . .RQ gig. t2:.i "+'- f 'favkii ' 7 Q Q" "W ... aff:--v AA, , -I 3+-It Ku ua """-vnu gg, N . '. yki, 'N we -., 4 W? lvl' 4 SL me X Y l. -XJ' ' L ,uf 'nz ,t 4 V? Fm... "' X , fg i . N f' .1 . H . ta ,, .,i 4? Hina - 'f' 1 Q ' 'M .wgL'Lsy.V , U ,,. Q' V 4' ' :'l i L. FA. M my .fm 1.5 f- 1 Q in Q' Just a few of the cottages which married students rent. 74 Some of the more romantically in- clined married students moved to cot- tages that surround the many lakes of the area. To many it is a continuation of their honeymoon. There are all kinds of activities available to the cot- tage dwellers. ln the summer and spring there is fishing, boating, swim- ming, and skiing. A big temptation to one studying for a test. The winter time activities include riding snow- mohiles, icefishing, skiing, ice skat- ing, and tohagganing. Although in the winter many of the cottage dwellers wished that they were closer to school. lVlany a student liv- ing on the lakes has missed his morn- ing classes during the winter while dragging his car out ofthe snow. 9510" After studying, Steve and Marge Neal relax with their pets -,Il H ,li..,,.f-New! 4, A X was ffl' ' Off to school while Marge Neal starts the house work. Cottage Life Provides Continued "Honeymoonw if lg Y 4 5 Q 'E 1 Fc 5 A serenade while studying makes concentration a little easier World s argest Kite Flown at Tri- tate -4 A prism-and-wings creation built from rug poles and parachutes by four Tri-State students was sent aloft May 5 in a bid for recognition as the World's largest manually launched kite. The big bird, 12 feet high and 20 feet wide, is a French war kite pat- tern, modified to increase the surface area. Its 216 square feet beats the previous record of 14-4+ square feet. The huge kite soared to the limit of their 1500-foot cable-made up of parachute shrouds and quarter-inch clothes line. It was designed by Mark Russ of Kenmore, New York. Helping him build it were Bob Thompson, Taren- tum, Pennsylvania, Ray Carr, Bethel Park, Pennsylvania, and Dave Horne, Cleveland Heights, Ohio. ...JN N ,-A , 'X ' ,.-1 A " "S5i9S'n x Q.. udm It's going down! ! kg - - P 110 .r I e In Happiness is a high-flying kite T! Wm,,,,,,...,.w,f..Le ,X , ' 463 , all .- ' W ,, " x 5" ,,, 'X 4 x' 'X R XX ' V ..,, ' , Fax 'il , is h x I - 1 ,M -vu., 1. W: M, - ,No Q .,.-r"" -.,- ""' 'H'-'-1. 4 gi "" ds, -'ikwilv Ambassadors of usio "f'.'ff'Sl!"f51"1?7""'fI 'T.'5Q""' ,f , in 1-mwimfh 7"f9l"'M5Ws" fb'ffa5'4N1, - ' 'W K fl' ' KEY, .,g4g,3',?'?.' Jfkffiifgl ' , - 930 ' l ,v . ! ' 4- 4 - Y 'ff N Q-Q9- . 9 , M X 4 S X S- X s X so 5 ' X' -. , Wg- fb X '1 - ' 7 gli y r' V X 4 5 -. ' f 1 X l s Y ,s , Q 5 R S Y 6 Q F, 93, aww ls- W- The Tri-State College Glee Club with Mrs. Joseph Weicht, pianist, and Mrs. Robert Ramsay, conductor 5? The Tri-State College Pep Band 1,3 wiv' g NOW' swiss J w The Arts Visit Tri N X - 3' .4 ,jf 9tfV"'f2'l ,W A K., 1 . ,f A -NNW n ,M x "e+'Y'?i'Xi L y,?3,v.7,', 5 A SAY' 4 "f-4?Wf279EQtt f 1 - iw? "4 X'?7Wi???!:f?3 '7r.JZ' Q 1 H 'X mi 3 l l l 1 l , ,. , -, ,M , uf' -' V 5' I W . . 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V VVV V V.- U - V 5 , Z' V , V V ' V - V V ,4 4K 4 - V . ,H 4 V V V V, 4 V ' V V I V V V V V Honoraries if ,al Left to Right: Mr. Harold Hoolihan, Ken Mawby, Gary Bumgamcr, Ted Stichler, Dick Kocerha, Chet Longenecker, Charles Smith, Dean Mclilhiney. lpha Alpha Beta Alpha, the honorary business society, was founded in Sep- tember, 1938, to recognize outstand- ing scholastic achievement of students in the School of Business Administra- tion. A student is required to main- tain an average grade of B or better for the six quarters immediately pre- ceding his election to membership. The high ideals set by Alpha Beta Al- pha serve as a goal for all students in the School of Business Administration. Beta lpha igro and Jenner Beceive Journalism Ward Q gi it iff. ff 'il Alpha Phi Gamma-L-B, Front Bow: Mr. Cooper, Mr. Ronald Gilbert, Al Yoder. Mike Nyikos, Peter Francies, Dave Price, Back Bow: Donald Jenner, Joe Persang, John Nigro, Jack Harreld, Jim Scotti, Jim Alpha Phi Gamma, honorary jour- nalism fraternity, is dedicated to rec- ognition of individual ability and ac- hievement in journalistic pursuits, service to and promotion of the col- lege welfare through journalism, es- tablishment of cordial relationships between students and members of the profession, and the unity of congenial students interested in journalism. At TSC Gamma Phi chapter strives to recognize those students who have contributed to the student publications program, and promote a positive un- derstanding of endeavors throughout the campus community. Gamma Phi Chapter sponsored the annual publications staff dinner this year which was highlighted by the pre- sentation of the award for the out- standing journalist. President Bate- Bandy Webber, John Sedlacek, Bob Glea- son, Bob Graber, Donald Locke. man made the presentation to John Nigro, Editor of the Triangle, and to Donald Jenner, Editor of the Modu- lus. APG also sold this year's Modulus to the student body during registra- tion. The members also Wrote articles for the Triangle and advised'up and coming journalists on how to improve on their news writing. 92 l Ronald Gilbert spoke to APG on policy change of newspapers "'H"f"" -'Y' .av 'W Dr. Richard M. Bateman presents the Richard Bateman Journalism Award to John Dr. Bateman spoke on the outstanding job Nigro and Don Jenner. student publications is doing. f f I i. J 1 Y ' s ,f 'aiu Q ,, FMU I Y R V. M -X ,wrt V-M, X ,V ,. .if ri, .i ,vm ' lQi45"f'21. vw 93 Tau Sigma Eta Tau Sigma Eta, honorary engineer- ing society, was incorporated in April, 1930, under the laws of the state of Indiana. Election into the society is the highest honor an engineering stu- dent can attain. Requirements for admission into the society are four quarters of college Work with a minimum of seventeen hours Work during each of the four quarters and a scholastic average of at least 3.1 out of a possible 4.0. A grade of D or lower disqualifies a stu- dent for membership. Members of the society are required to maintain an average of 3.0 to be considered active. Tau Sigma Eta encourages brother- hood and good fellowship, a well-bal- anced 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 aid in encouraging and fostering the ideals of the society. V--1 W 'L Q xr 5 Sigma Sigma Chi Epsilon was founded in 1967 under the leadership of Dr. George F. Hauck, to recognize out- standing academic and leadership qualities of civil engineering students. Prerequisites for admission are a 2.5 average and an interest in extra-cur- ricular activities. hi Epsilon QE, tudent Directors Assist Students Handling most of the campus activi- ties for the administration and stu- dents fell on the shoulders of the stu- dent directors. This honorary organi- zation, founded to act as a service to the College, is comprised of students from many campus organizations. Se- lection of members is based on leader- ship, scholarship, dependability, co- operation, and desire to promote the welfare of the College. The majority of students attended the many activities on campus giving little thought to how efficiently these activities were handled by the student directors. These men coud be found at the start of each quarter directing the bewildered freshmen about cam- pus. In addition to orientation, much of the registration procedure was done by the student directors. At bacca- laureate and graduation ceremonies the student directors were seen escort- ing parents and guests to their seats and guiding them about the campus. if 5 l X .. ' 5 6 Greeks EDITORS NOTE-The Fra- ternity Section of most college yearbooks, including the past editions of the lVlodulus, is of little interest to anyone other than the Greeks themselves and their alunmi. There is nothing seriously wrong with this con- cept, other than the fact that the entire yearbook should consider all the segments of the campus. The staff of the '68 Modulus has approached the Fraternity section differently. We have used statements from the pledge manuals of each house to ex- press their backgrounds and basic precepts. There is hardly room in this area to discuss the fraternal system and the appli- cation of brotherly love. Yet, anyone associated with Tri- State, be he student or instruc- torg enrolled or graduatedg in- dependent or Greekg he will find the tenets that guide the modern fraternity both interest- ing and informative. Acacia E V Y I ! P .J Fraternity I I 1' 4 1 Lf V l,,, if-Q A .A :I , . Acacia I am an American. I hold a trust for all good Acacians-those who were Acacians before me, these who are now, and those who will become Acacians in the future. In the Acacia spirit, I charge myself with responsi- bilitiesg to better my fraternity's record, I am an Acacian Wherever I may happen to be. I gladly contribute my honest share of effort and wish to serve Acacia to the best of my ability. I will always think of Acacia as one of the best fraternitiesg its rich heritage of principles having been fostered so Dick Naze swats an unidentified Acacian with Ed Bouma and Mike Donovan. that I might enjoy a fine fraternal op- portunity. I am an Acacian. I am proud of it. Acacia aims to assist those who are striving for a better and more useful existence in the world, while Working for wisdom and understanding above all else. The Acacia Fraternity was conceived in the fall of 1903 at the Library of the University of Michigan. Our goal is to help the individual in two common endeavors-the develop- ing of the mind and the growth in right conduct and character. are Sweetheart: Miss Susan Nice Jeff Szilage fleftj and Ed Bouma hand out paddles at Acacia's winter pledge banquet I' Mike Donovan ugets upi' to score. A " 5,89-U4 5655, nc Z 'SA K 4 3 Q:X,,,, S, Acaciais basketball team-Kneeling, l-r: Jim Hire, Paul Yoder fcoachl, Jim Tingle, Rick Hammond, Steve Nschols. Standing l-r: ,lay Petty, Dick Nazc, Mike Donovan, Bill Cheney, Vince Azizzi, and Bob Burns. LQ Acacia's Mascot "Queenie" Several new initiates after a tough week: l-r: Jay Petty, Dave Elkins, and Steve Nichols ,lnvz 4 y ,A l , ,, .S .f -- N .A .H -.Wx--'Y rgxxxjgt . 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W'X, 'T' ,'xg:xwhI'MT't No D'xrNK,J'OKQ DHLEY uv-M.. L U s. NNI FU Q Sfkvhixl AMXL 0500 PNN SANHHH Cllfii mmm si vm.s2 "wm V sitvgyl' - -'A ' '5-- 'viva'-.figy-, QQ , A l'EFW.1 wf'K'r'E'x1'. VK N.- x X 1 , XNWLUNV3 HQSKJNS k-f"sJ'L-' f'vX.'fx" T'1""x'g,XX-'T" '-,rf 5t"fiv'! 'P31:rKL4IJlbCa.i. HENRY WQLTERS 1' iN3!'xHM.U lf ENN: li x 1 ' in s. If 'X 'X xx I' NN ,:v.435..?,'5 Q.,-3f.k.. W-,bwmg x M AH Q-J i Ap ' ki - V fi f' S1304 'f anffilj' ' 'fs 19' 'A ii K . . . Y - Our Purpose To foster education, to maintain charity, to promote patriotism To encourage culture, to encourage high scholarship To assist in the building of character, to promote college loyalties To perpetuate friendships, to cement social ties within its membership And to foster the maintenance of col- lege hymns by chapters for their undergraduate members Alpha Sigma Phi Fraternity was founded on December 6, 184-5, at Yale University. The open motto of the Fraternity is uCausa Latet Vis Est Notissima-The Cause is Hidden, the Results are Well Knownn. The pur- poses of Alpha Sigma Phi may he summarized in one phrase-To Better the Man. JS Q- ,, ,aw Above-Professor Wayne A. Champion, Brother of Beta Omicron Chapter of Alpha Sigma Phi, became the second member of this chapter to receive the Delta Xi Award, the highest individual award granted by the Grand Council of Alpha Sigma Phi. Stand- ing next to him to help him receive this distinguished award is his wife. l l Q ,.,,,. s Professor Champion frightl accepting the Delta Beta Xi Award from Bob Dedrick Cleftl and Mike Badorian. Brothers enjoy openflame shish-ka- 1 .1 ,,.4..--v+-and ,f 'Q Q J N " Aint' Al Delta hi 'g . . . believing that great advan- tages are to be derived from a brother- hood of college and university men, appreciating that close association may promote friendship, develop char- acter, advance justice, and assist in the acquisition of a sound education . . ." Preamble to the Delta Chi Constitution The founders of Delta Chi Frater- nity were motivated by an urge as old as life itself-the desire for associa- tion with their fellow men. With this objective in their minds, they formed the Fraternity at Cornell University on October l3, l89O. Delta Chi has taken a definite lead in promoting the four most important features of worthwhile fraternity life: development of the in- dividual, cooperation with the school administration, sound finances and excellent scholarship. -.., L ,, .f uw., , XXQQ no 'WVW' fix VV, X s x ,, ww ,pa-auiiilhdhv 'MN F. James Hahn Richard R. Kruger Charles L. Boren George E. Metzger Pr6Sid6DI Vice President W' 2 Q ' 'ZZ'-I 5, 1,3 ng.,- L 'www 3 , , - a t I Richard A. Ruselink Alan L. Yoder Secretary -C14 Stanley T, Bankug George F. Bender, Jr. William G. Boyer Treasurer KJ' Qi , ft CO" Roy G, Brooks Stephen P. Clark Gregory A. Davidyock James M. Dinsmore , jg' Q M an-sal T 4? " -4' 93 N-.437 if Michael R, Esterly Stephen L. Fetter John E. Gray James K. Hayward foe 1-f """' "f, ' ' Qual' Thomas W. Kohler Barry R. Laudenslager William N. Mitchell can as 'Q 4-:son Alan F. Rauh Gary Runciman Bart J. Seslar Fred L. Sheldon UR' 11' idk Ronald E- Smith Robert J. Thiel Terry D. Tracy James D. Windler Larry R. Dudley 'S-3 , David L. John 1 'fr q,gq'tw 3 .. E f f, , ' Hari? -f., 1' 'ihffii ' iff". .T ..,ll ' Quit -.... ' v 5 William E. Post HM Charlie E. Smith K' all Richard L. Wood ww ,sf . QM A W fiv U I4 Q wt wig' Ml! -aww 'Qs 'M sw E fe f M' , . f George Bender and date try their luck at the latest dance. The fall pledge class includes C. Smith, G. Davidyock, N. Mitchell, J. Gray, and J. Sager. Bill Boyer and his date swing at a Delta Chi party. xx , if Charlie Boren, J. Brooks, G. Metzger, and B. Laudenslager performed for many par- ties. Si mu Illti igclln l J ' u 4 i 41- F a 'iris stair Q' The object of the Sigma Phi Delta Fraternity shall be to pro- mote the advancement of the engineering professiong to foster the advancement of engineering educationg to instill a greater spirit of cooperation among engineering students and organizationsg to inculcate in its members the highest ideals of Christian man- hood, good citizenship, obedience to law, and brotherhoodg and to encourage excellence in scholarship. Sigma Phi Delta traces its origins to the fall of 1923 at the University of Southern California. The Code of Ethics of Sigma Phi Delta is founded upon the basic principles of truth and honesty. A brother of the Fraternity should live so that his ac- tions shall never besmirch his own honor, and thus maintain the honor of the engineering profession. "" W- ' w allege .4 Paul H. Wiese .lohn H. Bolte Chief Engineer Chief Engineer if .THINGS Taylor P21111 L- Rossomme David R. Hoops Louis R. Csokasy Glenn E. Gaerte Ass't Chief Engineer Ass't Chief Engineer Secretary Secretary Advisor ,nl rr -""'1"' M T-ni W Roger N. Myers Dennis L. DeGroff Vincent J. Savonia James M. Fleming Richard D, Hunt Business Manager Business Manager 112 I --nuff Glenn E. Jentes Lloyd E. Johnson 'QP iw Michael Friess Michael S. Kobelt David A. Wayne Gregory A. Sanford 4-'19 ...--f Garry J. Vaccaro Clifford L. Deschaaf JI '1r1"I9 1, , , "S" Stanley A. Wrobel Ronald L. Geese Bernard E. Adams Douglas J. Barton J. Scott Erbe David N. Funk Joseph D. Flaherty Richard A. Zelmer Robert F. Gault '-0' +3 -.aa-A -.nv Doug E, Focht John F. Koenigshof Robert W. Graham nv if 4 ii SWEETHEART MISS Susan Knott 5 fnlzf - Q Wm ff ' IM it ' A 1QQ Q l . ,A , - f-'ff Aiwelisvif Qgkgsfviw New yi , f -5 1 ' I : , ' - .3 4 ".: gl' ly 4 J E' -2 Q'-f'Si?'l ' V 'l I' 'Ml . n 3 Sig w N .af mf. . n f 4' ""1 Nm. PM .V 4? W. as g im gn... gfgwfliikf, F . - V ii. Mil' l ' iv:-43 if L '? -2 nf, . fig 1 Y 13' . . R n ' . .1 i. ,xx .Y 3 Q End of Term Banquet-Fall if .9 2 +2 . . Q , l x lv' W .Je "iN,':'v'. ,, . " 21 Q LN Q4 . B'-FW 1 . 11':,'f.a 'Qf.'.f , . ' 5 A A Spring Initiation-Front: S. Wrobel, R. Cault, D. Warne. Back: M. Friess, R. Camp- bell, D. Barton. Sigm Phi Epsilon "' X" 4.1 .fr-. -' A I '2:.:.fivkffZ:'-f' , L1.., gi5.. , . 1,133 I 2: fgifg "sr-U' V ?"I.'1-fr ' ' .. E ,V - -1 gf: L . 1- , ,f it ' 1 W, 7-it 7 'A f S- :ii i 'P ' . .5235- ye .QV ' -f '.A' Q .1 f.. f Clifford G. Ambler Warren C. Cunningham Gary A. Justice M 'MQ' Garry N. Niedbalski A X +2 if we Q M55 . mx, Nw' Ronald G. Stroope Michael L. Snyder George S. Pearson II President Vice President Recording Secretary Z1 'fe 15' 'A A , 2 .r as X f ,N M 'Y 5 F54 1? x Q, wish! :A Y 1 1 X .f 'P' bfi... A f it sul 7, 1 gi? ' , f X . v 39 . Q Dennis Archbold John L. Armstrong R. Russell Armstrong John P. Arthur Richard D. Bookwalter f r ii A 'Q A ff we Jay A. Denny Harold E. Dungan Ronald L. Flitter Dean R. Fox Allan J. Gill wfxma arm, f M423 f , ,. 'Q . f is " 4. J i J- 'A A f 1 ' 1 192, Wm 5 , A V 4' U K we 1 f. ff . f - - f ' .x .512 2 s ...aa f H Kenneth P. Kelley Ross A. King David E. Lathrop Patrick W. Sheridan Denny L. Miller III Mwst! :Uh 4.auan um? .annum 'W l ... . elf. gi W I fl 'QQ Q 'ii ,R . . Richard J. Rudolf Joseph E. Santa Benjamin B. Selkis Jr. David E. Shultz Craig B. Stufflet Gary DeWitt James A. Schweiger Bruce D. Triftshauser Corresponding Controller Advisor Secretary WN v-dr aunbilli . und! .ad 4lU 'X' mb' fi' Jeffrey L. Butz Louis T. Chambers Alan D. Conrad James W. Cooper Glenn C. Corvigno William J. Cousin ascii 'Iii' Sam Robert Grzybowski Edwin N. Hartz John C. Hasselbach Glenn A. Hinsvark James H. Hundley John F. Marley Henry R. Oney George E. Osborn Robert G. McCauley Jr. William J. McGarvey Carl McMullen 'll 41 Eugene Szyikowski Terry L. Todd Alton W. Werner Edward A. Westmeyer Donald B. Williams Ronald C. Young Sigma hi p Epsilon .t p ppg rv Earns Charter ""t"'pi T Vlfe believe in the American college Q .1 fraternity. We believe in Sigma Phi Epsilon. We believe in this fraternity because it would have us strive in every way to live up to the high prin- ciples for which it stands. These are Virtue, Diligence, and Brotherly Love. Richmond College, Richmond, Vir- W ginia, cradled the beginnings of Sigma 1 Phi Epsilon in the fall of 1901. The universal traditions by which mankind I has attained the ennobling virtues de- serve the fraternity man's study. These traditions are designated as: 4, Q. The Tradition of Brotherhood w we ln The Tradition of the Creator ' Q The Tradition of Freedom gf f Q The Tradition of the Human Body W, gig A The Tradition of the Earth M" The Tradition OfACC0mp1iShmem ldoward Gilliamland Cary Dewitt fleftl are presented charter by Grand President Zol- lmger and Dr. Wllllg, of Tri-State. . it I 'iff' f ., I. 4, XT xl X 1 'L rife? if if Q 2? fir ' wif , . 'fr if ' .fr-M 3 52 all TF g 5 w , 1? 6 ' Q f Q, .C 5 -nf i if 4 H f t q ff rf. :rf . , , M ,F If 1' , guy., , 1 if' 1 1 ' f l y .Q p g Q. E ., qs. at W .V .:'T'vr"t"' ,. Above-This old house ain't what it used to be. Left-Bruce Thriftshauser awards Ronald G. Stroope with the '6lVlost Outstanding Fraternity Man of the Year" trophy. pt A iz P ...ff Q1 3 R, HT Q Creek Week's Creased Pig Contest , Lg' R N wr -- J.- 'mx ve- 1 H Mi?" ,,.. ,M M-fn f The Brothers painted the annex this year. ..,., Wwhmt, x '53 4 V ""'f. -V :gi f-" cf ISU' s QW Carl McMullen stands in front of the "Red Door of Indiana Theta". Qlappn giigxxin Q-ri 4' til-al-u Chill. r A Ii Henry P. Majcher James M. Sexton III William W. Llnke Grand Master Grant Procurator Grand Master of Ceremonies 1-Q0 Minard F. Rose William W. Hill Bullet Robert Gunn David E. Ballinger Lawrence D. Corless Advisor Advisor iw? V if " 1 af If if A 1 'f M .f V if f 'Q .4 f .. ,, r fig ..-. iz K Douglas A. McCray Ernest R. Sluss Stephen R. Lahood Karl F. Hall Rex E. Beck James N. Sproatt , ,argl 1' f' .W X J " 'M ff? .....,.,...-' -. A jim A Ralph K. Leidy William S. Cady Harold D. Sprow William L. Van Sickle Brian R. Smith Walter G. Hoskins Jr .3 'M' 50,4 . o-:H 1 -jing f Donald S. Campney Brian K. McNamara Lynn G. Kessler Edward J. PeruSS6 RiCh3I'd L. Har1COCk 'E -4 l Robert R. Gleason, Jr. David L. Price Gregory C. Doerr Grand Scribe Grand Treasurer Guard Robert A. Lampi Guard 12. Bill J. Maclver John R. Sedlacek Dale L. Anello W5 X 1 ,isis Ronald C. Lilly Jonathan W. Grill Scott D. Salisbury J 5" New .gli "IJ.'J Edwin J. Boerman Robert D. Templeton Lee A. Thomas A-N William J. Conley David G. Brandanger V3 f-1Y""!Y' James R. Booher Richard 0. Hartley Paul G. Lemke, Jr. 'Nw '35 W Rob W. Beggs Kenneth H. Battle Richard K. Allen ,nf ' A, f- , 'I J .X 1' f A 5, Q. gg. 41 ,r WW' N-5571? N' M 4-""!" Gary F. Podbielski- Stephen J. Bushore George E. Batty ol William B. Vecsey, Jr. Marc A. Snyder Phil Sherry lr ,. Kappa Sigma The Star and Crescent shall not be Worn by every man, but only by him who is Worthy to Wear it. He must be a gentleman . . . a man of honor and courage . . . a man of zeal, yet humble . . . an intelligent man . . . a man of truth . . . one who tempers action with wisdom and, above all else, one who walks in the light of God. Kappa Sigma F rate rn i t y was founded in 1869 at the University of Virginia, situated at Charlottesville. The founders of Kappa Sigma held high the belief that 'fthe object of this Fraternity is to enjoy and increase the pleasures which are only to be ob- tained by the intercourse of congenial spirits." f K ffgyfg lil 2. f J' Jfji 1-'Mn at S2 L Kiwi!" ,V si- ,Wim -'-ff-'bf 5 ,.....aw, ffxfsffa ii 5 fm Rush Banquet: R. Gunn, J. Nigro, K. Battle rf KZ .. IFC Winter Champs-Top: Van Sickle, Price, Champney, Beggs, MacNamara Hoskins Bottom: Allen, Petrie, Hartley, Booher, Majcher. I I . I 1 ' I v '., ' f I x x I I I I u iw' S :W , E A.. ' Majcher, Sexton, San Giacomo .-dd 'A '+ 1 Yr. Party Phi Kappa A x i Q3 'QL T 4' Q VW- 1 '5"' .-1-Lb' wx' sail f.,-..,,H g Timothy J. Neddy James J. Nespo Treasurer Secretary A r 2 M. . ' . 2 'n -A ' .I V Y I .v'A':'r'q. 5.5, ,. ,Q U vi gf if ii' 'U 'ffl '-4, il' V 'Q . M ,gf-xf J' mf' Q H I Renno W. Budziak Gus M. Riehl , JK' x ,f ffm rf' :A f " 3 ,je 6 X .. I 060- 619, V, . v.W"w' 'V '79- --v- v , v -s 1- zji. 5 H 9, :V .5 . wi.ci.fYi' if ', John E. Edwards Edward E. Rizzuto J. , ,,,l ,M ... B "' f"" , ffg in-.M mf nz, ,Q 1 , Vx -. n wa, H"-nv--+-" 4 -1 f - M., 'nr Roddie J. May Herbert Masiuk Theta lww -,Am K X' - John M. Murley Past President Q N' 5 Paul S. Maruszak W- I M. M... Allen J. Franzolino ,cn .....4nI"' David C. Marino fm ,ze f "W" M' Q3 E --wi-.immin- msus r '...., ...gp Gene H. Hirniak James V. Campise Vice-Pres. PICS- J 9854 " mg!! , N...-A ev N15 . -.G , f Gene P. Hanson Advisor Ken C. Patterson Advisor . Qjxign M. 5 if Il. . ff . 1 H . I + .13I,,, s ,,:' ,f1:' '- ' - W' M .- 9- .s 1 ' 1 kr 1 1-,:w,:" 5 L:- i 4:95 ey ' , J: N ..i Q .1 Y A fi t ......,,,, . H an xr Thomas W. Swarthout John J. Riehl ""-be ova. has -.--M 1' 'Y' ?' 'V 71115. 31-2 William J. Martin Andy C. Lazar , is ' ' .Q J J ..4l, Q i. 1.523 - E if 'fp mg, 'MGKPQ hun.. 9 .1 ' f' ..--. .-...N . 2' A,,,,,..w.-0... :J ,e James J. Scanlin Gregory T. Dunn Q 3 .' . W .. . .. . V... -4-. A 1. wigs.. 531m V -W' ani Arr. N-.fl wx 'O 'T :'L'!"'U 'fa x ll ,- E I A "" 3 3,4 itevdb, . ii, ,p-all-n WV Slfyflxff' - 1 aizl-wif - '- if fv- J 1.-9'. Daniel T. Zintsmaster James L. Chapman T ' x mf. ,, 0 ,,.,...... .f 2 1 - msg. .-!n.S?T.:l-,gl . QQQQQQ, . 1: "ff '. lax' f Juan F. DeAngulo ry e. s aww AN' .1 M0431 jr M.. Kr...- v ' C M N' f iff., . - , ......,,, ' 4'-Gil' if 7 --P .gf "-me Q il . f Q L5 il T 2 Edward J. Hole Carl J. Hickman gag, 11 mia- - .WM X' :' 1, f- John A. Surmick James A. Scotti . . 1,p,..5 -F 1 , .J - ,M 'v..,:' ' """' ' ..-.--w L 1- ..- , 3 L -4. 1 wg , ,. 2 r . Qi' ' . 42 1.6 W 5 L M 3' 'M X lf ly .4 N. X , . T fx- M as . V13 K K 1 f Z , 5 I I . X . . 1 X A - RK Q'- ' - -l?'W"f! ' F ' 'liar' ' ff - QM 4117, . 3:4 Q Jfirffll' w A Michael P. Farrell Daniel T. Bystran -.2 1 . . ...Q lv W X an ew sf' gpg ' .1 ,,.,w...-1, 4.....-l George E. Plisinski Dennis F. Smith Thomas R. Conley Q .. r ,,.fm.g,,,Z ' bf' +I' X1 .ff :wif I , gf.2.-'-" - I1 21.4.39 sm, was .' sf- . ma 7 V , Eng:-H, -'V vx - 3 mug .4-...uf-. Michael J. I-Ienthorn mg' MUN wlk..-' , 25 W- 'li , 4, ffm' ff? f 1 Y ' 4 , -A ' ,qy ff P - Q gfwgr, , Affem -1 L , vs, . JSM ,-'mm' . W., S '1"3'. 'QQ 'Q-4252. 1551564-2.53 .wg W1 2- K fa. msf'-f as Richard L. Giannelli - ' ., fa'jA.' , . A H 6' -4-1 W-nr f Robert S. Robine x r I e yffa, 'T ffl' 5 . J- -. , . N av- T . 4' Q W V .no '94 'Q-XI' a Robert P. Ritsick . Hifi? ' 1,5 .a :iw fr. C N L .w .ma l x J e .. J, ...pp -fx' 1, 5 ff. 1 9, ,W Robert L. Graber CWQP .. ,..... wo- Y -: 5 N Tom G. Carlson T W7 '71 ti' miwflif N, A Q fgf ' f fs R e 5 ima W "wie: . ill UZ in-X5 :- -,,..wa.... . . a . I 'N M32 5' K- xl ,' Wg? fa 5 fr? '. 5 P 'S .W ggi? ,. . R .. .i T 5' 5-Q 1: . .h .4,,""fi-J ."' ",', " , , , , .V f :M E., rf . , likasjbs , .,v Paul A. Carmondy 0-5 J' ,AQV4 i' ' f .,'l' ' ' v. . . , fixfff r . r w. ,I A 4 v . IWW Q .--' ,f Ft? +5-r-ff "-gf ., 1 .fsfsi .. ..,. .-Sr '-' Ter. Anthony R. Scotto f' . , . 2? K? ' .w -4--mn... Joseph R. Persang l t? " .. . Q - .1 'ill .lu v ez 115 f f ,, WE iv Q 0 V f S' .1 r ,again Av. A. Ronald W. Wesoloskie 'QWQK Deli f Charles F. Reick IN-1' X r,,.. .ks-+7-qv' George J. Bizub ,ggndfir vvf ..a-N--f-MIB. S. James Zek Phi Kappa Theta DGXOLOGY Father all glorious, thou who bestowest All that they children can desire or ask Give us the gifts, for which our needs thou knowest Blessings of health and strength for every task. Phi Kappa Theta, noble and strong, To thee with loyal hearts we raise our song Swelling to Heaven loud, thy praises we ring Phi Kappa Theta of thee we sing. Phi Kappa Theta had its beginnings at Hope College of Brown University in September, 1889. The members of Phi Kappa Theta Fraternity have sought to be better than others, to be the best men on the campuses where they find themselves. That aspiration is wholesome, with God's grace, it be- comes holy. lt guarantees the moral strength of democracy, precisely be- cause it is an affirmation of spiritual aristocracy. Below-Mike Farrell and Tom Carlson are wiped out after the Bed Race. Q if A ,,.4- -V A, .., ,s . ..,, . Q f 1 i git' 'N . 1rg? A ' ui! 'iff lv f , i The latest dances proved to be the Ninn thing at Phi Kap parties. 4" The back apartments were an added source of housing. Tony Scotto intercepts a pass for Phi Kap. AH! Y ! FOOD! Tau Kappa Epsi on We, the members of Tau Kappa Ep- silon, believe that a fraternity should be a brotherhood in conduct, as well as in name. uFaith without works is dead." It is our belief that the es- sential elements of true brotherhood are love, charity and esteem. By the tenor of our daily action, we should evidence our devotion to the principles we have solemnly obligated ourselves to observe. The organization of Tau Kappa Ep- silon was begun in Bloomington, ll- linois, on January 10, 1899. The Era- ternity grew from a society whose avowed purpose was Hto aid college men in mental, moral and social de- velopment." Now the nation's largest social fraternity, TEKE continues in the spirit of genuine democracy which challenges the Fraternity to choose men not for their wealth, rank, or honor, but for their personal worth and character. Walter J. Rovenolt - 1 Prytanis '. air- 5' . V, 1:- , Stephen R. Neal Crysophylos ,,, ft . N . X , ml ' Sp? 5 f rr . ,, Q .f K , . 4 i ll I W Dfw! Q , XX 4 Q' .em gr I 0 X MC , X, Edward E. Burns Hypophetes 'Lt' Theodore C- Bowen Richard J. Cadille Robert W. Conklin im ar dp 'ff .-f"' 1 A Robert G. Clendening Epi Prytanis WWW Joe D. Gossett Hegemon Samuel N. Zagaria Histor Na Fif i .MW x K fa 2 M aww w"jfWf'?'EU' -wr Q Nha l . ,-.r 4 ,. 'Sf .. .lames O. Cramer .nudkhfv Larry A. Linvill Grammateus Robert A. Erdmann Pylortes Raymond W. Benshoff diffs ,ln William J. Donovan .. ,um-.,,, 4 , if 44 Gerald M- Ellis Roger W- Fettrow Thomas T. Garcia Wilson Haller .lack D. Harreld Thomas E. Helmsing . ' V"f17m22Q'f,3fliT5"-'25Rf 9 FSS K' 1-'2,,.':a Q-aw. r .W sX.......-Q F fi 1 " - rags .ar - me s 45.5 www v wifwfoi'12' sc sv:."+i7 ,W ' fda ey 'Q 1 J A , ' 'sr .Q ll I, fl Arthur .J Maciarlello in Thomas S. Schiedel Ronald E. Swiatek Girl cu. John L. Whited X 3,531.3 so ,f-My -qr'1'9' Rexford B. Hilton twli' 4-...auf :A 'Q 1 1 2 W Z Lawrence G. McDermott - ' ,ff - Q ' f S -ga, E ' "K f 5 7 W ,T G: A 4' r . 'W' V141 Charles A. Schott Dale E. Vanderbur ,nanny Stephen W. Wilkening Y: H. Anthony Hums Wayne R. Nevsimal ,phu- Philip C. Walker IU 'WQ2 AQ Jerome W. Wisler "T, J' W. Kingsley Hunger .i ig, Milwinvv Samuel B. Priddey George Sich Robert S. Walker pdl' George J. Yatsko if 'Q"".T3' Joseph P. Leo W? ,K +1-dv-aug ln Darwin M. Pyc 5,435+ Chester R. Strader NAM ,gmiif -will? Paul W. Watkins .peanut Ta Bob M. Zavor tm. an e eee q ! 7 wil? 'I 5, 34551 I lr' f 15 ,,, Q. , "x, f r use Paul Watkins points out Mwhat's happen- ti' - pa mg. as if f-of .Xe A1 ,V r 1 A- i' N, A Lynn Streib, Chapter Sweetheart, is presented flowers by Ray Benshoff. .-.,. ,.w,',.,- W 1 , f - reef .-"aff'z in i 'digfij fL"5k NV ' ,EQ " gf, i la' Q .1 ,f 1.5,-,iffy , swf .t ,L , "f,9"4V 5 . ' mm . , 'ttqavg 'z f. uf g, Kiffffirmlf, M tg," :nf ,, af., . 'gf .. if 'Q ,K fe f 010 1 .- A 'Q v CIT, Lf iwfi- A .4 ...ana TKE's Hippy Party during fall quarter 130 t Bob Erdman and Jack Revenolt show how ' o If Q I 1'-4' N I1 NP V. J I I P' 'Ii' w 1 'D , ' 4 1' A T: I, X fav Os ,I 'w' 844, '1 'iw- TKE's teamwork in action. it's done. .,,, IAQ f a , s- .fhh.f,,,e1:?,v1'x32j35.iW' 4'-wr-3 if ini' 'Q 'I' qi Above--Professor Mikhel does some se lecting of his own during the Red Carna tion Ball. Left-Just like Mom's. w w 55.35" r 1- , , A .54 Q , y 'A . 1 "W . 's 3 'MW J 1 f Q " 1 A . 1 1 n 4 X 1 X l A 5 -4. '.,.. Q. -- JA. t - QQfL,g.- 51- -'1"' 'g 'M n o 'Q' 1- . ,-.4- N L om .--" -h"'- '. ' ' 1 uv -N- 1 ww, N w ,,v, :J-1-.V x -,,-1 1 , 1 'X4 Q . 634, ' 45' A In . mf -' mW Housin .-- .........- W t- s .. I v ,Q Qi W ,K W- f ,J t i'fi5ii'?:' X. . gi " 1 to 1 - 5' tix, ff ,-,fig , . gs have , u. . M t uf v ' vw- :-'7'- H 1-.: H-M +A" , 5-9 fa 4 1 X n m ,..,... - tg.. 53? .vids 1 , v ....-.- - Y A- , Yr' ff ' r' -'S 1,.o.' ii and A' "" "r A " ' ALYQQQB HALL . ,, , , . , Hfvf, L' ' r 1 , 2 X371 ..'A'v.:t Ju fs ' f,:,, Q Front Row, L to R: Larry Stratton, Lee McClellan, Robert Blauser, Tony Coppola, Brian Emerson, Francis Harter, Craig Baker, Bob Boyce, Paul Hawk, George Rivers, Salvatore Longo, Sami Richie, Pete Fournier, John Keel, Roger Clay, Mike Loftus, Joe Bruno, Henry Gibson, Herman Capachino, Ivan Rhodes, Dan Scherrer, Tom Foust, Gene Peters. Back Row, L to R: William Raschefsky, Jim Kaur, Jim Buszkiewicz, Steve Tucker, Randall Kim- ball, Wayne Nevsimal, Gary Border, Rod Hoffman, George Mazured, Michael Zajd, at s i . '5 Q , , .1 1 - 'ittkslai -.4 Ron Kretschman, Lawrence Whitlock, Thomas Hertel, Ernie Allen, Frank Cleaver, Warren George, Kenn Critton, John Melin, Gene Merrick, Greg Davis, Robert N. Mott, Robert Krull, Dennis V. Wolke, Gary Cof- field, Doug Paschke, Steve Lietzau. , , ff . , . UP UP AND AWAY: wfhe Big Bird" is shown being prepared for a trial flight at the athletic field. Student builders claim it to be the world's largest manually launch- ed kite. It stands 12 feet high and 20 feet wide. 4 It Was an Exciting Year at Alwood Hall wmv ' "1 Freshmen Learn to Get Along in Cameron l-lall ,,,,,.....,... ..,. .... p , 1 X, ",, I :,5,fggj1'Q,,r gr -'W' ""i""M'r""' f D? , H . .--.-. ...r,,,....- raw, ,,,.. .....,, H g if 8 Ji? 33195, s i ilu K - N -bib F J , 5 Q uuuuuultuilv ' wmmm gm,m, W' .A ii W' it at Front row, L to R: Richard Clark, P. Dan Krotz, Robert We-strick, Robert Irish, David Wells, Ken Pompili, John Kline, Doug Holloway, Don Pons, Aren Kwok, John Milbrandt, Paul Brummer, Mike Mil- ler, Rick Wood, Mike Firestone, Galen Har- man, Mark Russ, Paul Frankle, Fred Hawksley, Tom Harrington, Wendell Comptom, John Dirk. Back row, L to R: Greg Powers, Richard Giannelli, Roger Robbins, P. W. Gaston, Jr., Jim Wood, Barry Heath, Bill Cady, Jim Waite, Dave Horne, Frank Mosey, Ken Gaskill, Ray Carr, Clay Wenger, Otto Dole, Bill Bur- dick, Robert Thompson, Eugene Mazza- ferro, Dave Bryant. Q W uf' . ., V: '14 . ,-- G ,L -.i :Y N' sf 9 4 Q Q 01' Q Cameron Hall Resident Assistants L to R, Thomas Harrington, Mrs. Briggs, Michael Miller, and Otto Dole. """""l-'lun-nqqg, Q , E? R Cameron Hall Officers-L to R: John Dirk, Vice Pres., Bill Burdick, Pres., Bob Irish, Social Sec., Jim Waite, Sec.-Treasurer. Cameron Hall Standard Committee. Fred Hawksley, Bill Burdick, Dan Krotz, Dan Pans, and Bob Irish 137 Platt Strived for Scholastic chievement g V. , 4-. X , ,,,. , N ,, f, ,JM ,xxx v .,,,,,,,MQQ I Q V, X N ,fig faif' gi. fig, ' - ,M 3. .vxxsgjqi f-'X - fa l :i 13544, - :www 'f , " ' ' P ,, M , Q 'if' ,-3-r f h lfg . .M ff. 1 Y f : , t V X -'H- ff . fr 5 r M115 ,J EW X,,J,.,f, , . , ,, fi ,-ew :W it MN ,extiw . ,mag M- W f - ' , .. num X A U- . Nana: Q , V r I 4. fn- , - ' i 1 ww' M , , ,,.,.,,, . ,,,. A ,. , ,,, M V I P f Q it ' , .,-, -Q' Jams - ' Q '2 A' ' N ' S- g Q ' .' ' 5:3 1 5 ., I - "f 4 tr. V , , , , f 1 M, , .... .. A , Y , M, """" ""' ' . .... . . Q15 il ' assi? aaa W . ,,m..-,..,-.,, .. .-. ..,.-.,. ,..,.Q,,.i..,, ,-,,,, "W'DWQWM Platt Hall-Front row, L to R: William Horning, Thomas Votral, Martin Lougen, James Cox, Richard Ritchen, Jeff Garrett, Don Tritsch, Joe Miller, Jim Pinter, Jerry Brown, Gene Boudreau, Mike Rhine, Jim Schnaithmann, Charles Sachs, Dante Pas- tro, Tom Ashley, Larry Rose, Larry Peet, Allan Chester, Steve Quick, Paul Hamp- ton, Paul Lounsbury, David Herzog. Back row, L to R, Larry McClure, Daniel Folk, Robert Thiel, Robert Ritsick, Dave Hines, Ralph Prichard, Gary Tanner, Edward Winczowski, Jack Zimmerman, Richard Triolo, Dennis Haggerty, James Palicki, Ray Stanton, Mike Friess, Ken Ewald, Cal- vin Schuch, Steve Brown, David Womer, Richard Batten, Harold Dungan, Rick Hoover, Mike Morrow, Steve Brown, Brian Kaeb, John Zaleski, Bill Stiffler, Glen Becht, Bob lppolito, Ronald Ward. 138 ' ,, 'TTU "T"f3'A'UTg'.f4il ' xv! W' ' Ibex mf "1' ,nn Platt Hall Resident Assistants-L. to R: Stephen Brown, Mrs. Nelson, Jerry Brown, and Allen Chester. Below-Rushing for class tends to be a problem 5 43'w: i ,... fb, The Platt Hall Fellowship enjoyed a very successful year. The men teamed up with Alwood Hall and con- structed a float that won first place. We participated in intra-mural foot- ball, basketball, and softball, ending with a good record. ln the fall quar- ter, the Hall presented a dance for the enjoyment members of the Hall. The Winter Carnival was held on a sunny day. Although there was no snow for the sculpture, we did have an open house for the parents and friends that were able to make the occasion. The closing activity of the Spring quarter was a picnic held at Pokagan State Park. Softball and other events were enjoyed by the Fellowship. Q 'QV 7 li 1 ."' -A L f"L --in avenues'-kdkvt-:iv-wmw..v.,. W ' u,,,g,lg,g',,,g,3,,,k,g,, . I W ' , 1 , i.,- ,.c , 5 1 , A . I j S' W M , Y ...Q X .i V . .. ,H-,. Standards Committee-L to R: Ken Ewald, Marty Lougen, Dennis Haggerty, and Jim Palicki Vg .W P ,.......i....-..- 5 1' x K, , F il: R If V! .1151 4 , wg. " 5:5-wrggx. , ' A if ' -N x ,U , f A x 1: Q is W , K .ww jig. 2 - X , , 'xmwmw ,N X H 'x Qf Q, Q i"W"f wg -- 3 is Aww. fn. .,, XE LW? Q V 5 ,W .N "1 :fi Qs Q, Qlfrv, :I 3115 I ' 'X wr, f ., ---x '34, " 'Y' ' -1 f M 5 :, ' H fl 577 I 'ir -W, 3 NX-N., Wx 1 gf Q, .5 ,. ,N ., K -. , f 16 , , , . Wy .- y f 1 ,.:: 4 wiv Y. Q. 3 X M ' Q. 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'W 5 N L WW smart 3 'Ml ,, '- -.gy ,N ,Vv:..f,,k, vw- f , .A MF -1.-if.-w'1fe:L.r, ,9Ms.ggrg35g,f1f,,,,1ff-.4 Q ,, was-tg., . 3,,,f-.2--- 4 . ..-A I .. . ,, , .M .4 ,. ' . '-.-fame-. , .f Q , " '61f?T? ' , . . M ,Q . . -"1-sw , Q., f 1' oQg,,,,,, X, gi .Mk X Q---as vw. sz- N -A 'wa TENNIS TEAM RECORD 11-0 TSC 7 St. Francis 8 Spring Arbor 8 Indiana Tech 6 Grace 6 Huntington 4 Concordia 5 Concordia 7 Indiana Tech 6 Huntington 7 St. Francis 4 Grace 68 TOTALS wa. . OPP 0 O 0 1 1 3 2 0 I 0 3 11 B. J. "Doc" Mummert came out of retirement to coach the tennis team to a perfect 11-0 record and the Mid- Central Conference Championship. Dennis Black led the team with a perfect season of 11 wins. He finished his college career with a 27-2 record. He was undefeated in 1966 and again in 1967 play. Paul Wiese compiled a 9-2 record in the number one spot and finished his career with a 24-4 collegiate record. The number three, four, and five spots were shared by five men in 1967. Harry Sinden ran up a 6-3 record, Ahmet Borecki was 5-1, and Dave Hoops was 3-O. Freshmen Jim Hauer and Bob Wagner broke into competition with 9-1 and 5-1 records respectively. Wiese and Black combined for a 9-2 doubles record, while Hauer com- bined With Hoops, Sinden, Borecki, and Wagner at different times for a 10-1 record. The only competition outside the conference saw the net men shut out Spring Arbor College 8-O. Conference foes Indiana Tech and St. Francis were shut out both at home and away, as the Trojans collected 68 points giv- ing up only 11 to their opponents. INDIVIDUAL RECORDS 68-11 won lost Wiese 9 2 Black 11 O Borecki 6 1 Sinden 6 3 Hoops 3 0 Hauer 9 1 Wagner 5 1 DOUBLES Wiese Sz Black 9 2 Hauer 81 Sinden 5 1 Hauer 8: Wagner 2 0 Hauer 81 Hoops 1 O Hauer 81 Borecki 2 O TEAM TOTALS 68 11 Soccer Team Wins on Home Ground The soccer team hampered by un- seasonal weather failed to come up with a winning season. Herb Stoerr, playing his second season as player coach, shared scoring honors with freshman John LaDuc, as each tallied four goals. Ahmet Borecki finished the season with three goals. The home crowd was provided with five exciting matches. The opener saw the Trojans drop a 2-3 decision to De- fiance on a last second goal by the winners. The next two home meets were with conference foes St. Francis and Grace. Both games were forced into double overtimes and ended in ties of 1-1 and 3-3 respectively. After a 1-5 loss to Huntington earlier in the season, the team came back with the home crowd behind them for a 2-1 victory over the Foresters. The victory was the first of the season and provided the mo- mentum the team needed to get past Indiana-Purdue Extension. A large fall festival crowd was on hand for the final home match against the Fort Wayne extension of the state's largest Universities. With the score tied 3-3, Jody Engle teamed with Ahmet Borrecki and Coach Stoerr for the winning goal and a happy 4-3 ending. The road season was an unpleasant one as the team dropped all six of its matches. One happy note, however, the team was never shut out. :QVC I 'UQ ...na ,ex , , I .43 IQEZWZQLQF S v Jw In i , 4 1' il .5 .li is SOCCER RECORD 2-6-2 TSC 3 St. Francis 2 Defiance 1 Huntington 1 St. Francis 3 Grace 1 Concordia 2 Huntington 4 IU. Purdue 1 Indiana Tech 1 Defiance SOCCER GOALS Herb Stoerr John LaDuc Ahmet Borecki Nick Lorand Chuck Borneman Jody Engle Juan de Angulo Tim Meehan rojans Retain id- entral Conference Title After a last second shot fell short at Spring Arbor and Goshen slipped past 97-89, the basketball team jelled and it was ever onward. Spring Arbor fell 89-80, and Bethel was driven off the floor to the tune of 95-58. This gave the team a fourth place finish in the Grace Tourney. Goshen finished first. Indiana Central, last years In- diana's N.A.I.A. Champion felt the sting of a determined TSC team in In- dianapolis 85-79. C a l vin, 87-83, Northwood, 117-793 St. Francis, 86- 65, Capital University, 90-74, Spring Arbor, 107-603 and Hillsdale, 103- 85 all fell to the Trojans on the road in the first two weeks of December. The last three were all victims in the Spring Arbor Kiwanis Tourney. The 67-68 Trojans of Tri-State will long be remembered in the Jackson, Michigan area. In the first game of the Kiwanis Tourney the team turned back much favored Capital University of Columbus, Ohio. The next night they shamed the host team on their own floor 107-60. In the final game, defending champion and favored Hills- dale, could only watch as the smaller Tri-State team tied them in knots and preceded to walk off with all the honors. Tony Rogan led the team to that 103-85 victory and picked up the MOST VALUABLE PLAYER AWARD for his trouble. ,Iunior Ed Schmaltz followed him to the lime light with a spot on the ALL TOUR- NEY TEAM, and then the whole team stepped forward for the FIRST PLACE TROPHY. The conference season was tough one but the team was ready and - cept for a fluke 77-81 setback slit Grace, it was smooth sailing. They won nine of the ten conference games and thus won their second straight MID-CENTRAL C O N FE RE N C E CHAMPIONSHIP. With four road games left, the magic 20 wins looked a long way from being a reality, but onward and upwards, three wins and the season ended 20-9. In the District 21 playoffs the team fell to a much taller Hanover 69-81 and thus ended a fine season. Dave Ballinger filling a guard spot won the SPORTSMAN- SHIP AWARD while .Ion Grill col- lected the FREE THROW SHOOT- ING AWARD. The only senior, Tony Rogan was voted MOST VALUABLE PLAYER, for his outstanding ability and leadership. Coach Mark Peterman ended his sixth year at Tri-State with a total record of 94 wins against 45 losses. His Mid-Central Conference record was an outstanding 44 victories against only 8 defeats. This season was a fine tribute to a fine coach and outstanding team, and won't be for- gotten for many years. BASKETBALL RECORD 20-10 TSC OPP 75 Spring Arbor 76 GRACE THANKSGIVING TOURNEY fFourth Placej 89 Goshen 97 89 Spring Arbor 80 95 Bethel 58 85 Indiana Central 79 89 Manchester Ot 94 87 Calvin flVIichl 83 117 Northwood l1VIichj 79 86 St. Francisli 65 91 Taylor 106 SPRING ARBOR KIWANIS TOURNEY fFirst Placel 90 Capital University 74 107 Spring Arbor 60 103 Hillsdale flVIichj 85 87 Indiana Central 79 80 Spring Arbor 58 90 Indiana Techie 56 117 Huntingtonii 76 86 Defiance fOhioD 94 81 Concordiaii 69 77 Gracefi 81 78 Indiana Techie 71 83 Gracex 79 91 St. Francisli 71 83 Findlay fOhi0J 86 74 Marian flndianapolisj 76 78 Concordiax 75 87 Defiance 90 76 Franklin 69 83 Huntingtona' 61 1'Mid-Central Conference Game N.A.I.A. District 21 Playoff A 69 Hanover, at Indianapolis 81 49.22-'lflwf' R gf if K .-K ,fi Y I , ff .- ,,Xx,9gJggffXg?!g1,-yf, ' A :fy I 1, ,SH-'Jw' -1 , igfjfyczgfg .3 LY Q f. , K: If MU. f WW-1 'T39 E .We X, xl .,,1. -' gn, "f',.f,",. 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Allen Ab- bota finished at .3333 Lanny Frisco, .317g Denny DeGroff, .308g and star pitcher Dale Waltz rounded out the .300 club at .307. Pitching was the big story as six pitchers combined for a 2.93 earn run average. Dale Waltz was the big man hurling 34 innings and allowing only 4 runs for a .54 E.R.A. His mark was the sixth best in the nations small col- leges and got him honorable mention in the N.A.l.A. He compiled a 4-1 record in 7 appearances. Dale also re- ceived the most valuable player award and was named to the all conference team. Bob Lockhart and Jerry Rados col- lected the teams other two wins, as they finished with 1-1, and 1-2, rec- ords respectively. All 19 men saw ac- tion during the short 13 game season. The team combined for a .256 batting average and .909 fielding average. New to the coaching staff was Gary Thompson, who assumed coaching du- ties this season. He was assisted by student coach Mannual Ortiz. A great thanks goes to both of these men for their leadership this past season. 1968 BASEBALL RECORD 6-7 TSC OPP 5 Manchester 2 0 Huntingtonii 2 1 Huntingtonf 2 0 Concordia" 5 4 Concordiaei 9 2 Indiana Techf 6 6 Indiana Techa' 0 10 Cracei' 2 8 Gracei' 2 2 Spring Arbor 13 1 St. Francis 0 3 St. Francis 6 11 Indiana-Purdue Ext. 7 iiDenotes MCC Contests -I A ' 3-, .H I P if- 75, fa ,E-2? " -aE'3,f-'f' M!.Fv,vi4"g ,, . at ' f 1. 3 S-Stiff ' r,w,11ggf,g Q22-ss '11 N11 J wt - xiii, . Tm ,i Biff? -.' - L to R: Scott Schuster. Al Murray, Capt. John Nigro, Jack Harreld, Scott Erbe, Randy Webber, Tom Markel, Coach Ray Porter. Not Shown: Bob Macauley olfers Capture 2nd Straight NA A Seniors-Nigro, Erbe, Harreld District Title Golf and Tri-State College were feared Words in Hoosier Land after the 1968 team won their second straight District 21 title. The team will go down in history as TSC's best. Captain, John Nigro, led the team and was medalist in the Mid-Central Conference meet. The team finished 16-2 over-all and 10-0 in the confer- ence. The conference title was their 9th straight without a loss. After winning the second District 21 title they placed 17th in the Na- tional N.A.I.A. Tourney at Bemidji, Minnesota. John Nigro finished 21st individually and will assume coaching duties next season. Only Randy Web- ber will return next season. The team graduated John Nigro, Jack Harreld, and Scott Erbe. MCC Title for the 9th straight time. L. to R: Erbe, Harreld, Webber, Nigro, Schuster. JOHN NIGRO TSC 125, M 13 10 13 SM 10 14 15 13 115 15 14 105 14 11 135 14 398 634 1968 GOLF RECORD 16-2 Taylor Ball State Wabash Olivet Adrain Toledo Alma Concordiaw Grace Huntington! St. Francisef Graceei Indiana Techi St. Francisx Indiana Tech Concordia' Manchester I-Iuntingtonx' oPP 2M 145 5 6 2 W2 3 1 0 2 W2 0 1 M 1 4 M- 1 MCC Tournament Ist N.A.I.A. District 21 Tournament Ist N.A.I.A. National Tournament 17th 1+Denotes MCC Contests sCoTT ERBE RANDY WEBBER SCOTT SCHUSTER JACK HARRELD MURRAY, MARKEL, MACAULEY BOB MACAUKEY 'i ' XVN-' i rx is if it In ending the I968 Modulus, I would like to thank the following people who have worked diligently during the Christmas quarter break to put out this year,s hook. First of all, I want to thank Dennis lVIElllgllC1'I1l3Il, Randy WelJbe1', and Steve Neal who laid out the many pages, Marge Neal who not only helped type the copy and cut lines, but also brougiit cookies when we worked late into the night which was often, very often. I would like to thank Paul Maruszak, our Photographer Editor, in compiling the necessary pictures for the yearbook. Also, I would like to thank lVIrs. lVIarshall for typing some of the pages. In conclusion, I must thank the administration, faculty, and the students who have been so patient while Waiting for the yearbook to be published. 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