Trine University - Modulus Yearbook (Angola, IN)

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As we continue To see changes for The rest of 114090550 rw VSXCAL 50110: rfo,vnL ewf.ofM5 asm T51-STATE COLLQGL JNN53-5 - - IIVIPIAAJA have looked up to The future, we have our lives. seen many things happen, and we will As our school is growing ond improv- ing, so olso is the student. He is losing his dependence on home, cmd is becom- ing on individual. He is goining new friends, new cicquoinfonces, ond new ideos. He is becoming on odulf. '- 1 'Ng V ' -Q' 551- . Q-.0'f4f:r .fuv'.b" A ' ' .-wfifalfj ' v -gtdfxvyz rp 'f- - f .ggkgggiw-2. mis,-.9x,,j 'xr' , r- z g.- , , "'1:', rr I5 11 .4 ,".f-Kali .- ZMMHJ, '- pwlw' wjygfgx- - A , I g1g,rB?E':,f,, qmjcivw' . .fu 3-11'-.e 1 ,11- fag ill ZY1,,,,, -" 'gf f ,,,-""'V4r Z-"IJ ,'n4F' -K-'!,Z .-11"-I, I ,,,,.... 8 4 Km . s , 'l ummm f, -.,,., , ,,.1 f .. N t V Ry. J- 1,13 , ' J X, x Wfwx' N f- N w , f f 9 X X S A ' 'sl f .,,, 1 dv ! ,fx ' A 1 f W' 0, ,ii I ,,,,,X,, V f, , , ixL S , iz! 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Kappa Sigma captured the honor for the most beautiful float, and the Society of Mechanical Engineers took the honor for the most humorous. .41 ' X 4 xTvv How about lending a hand! . fi-QP' X - According to the blueprints . . . yn , i. ?+, if , fill' W , . W"""" 't'-sm' ' 1 :xii 'Ae .,,.Jl T The Serendipiiy Singers performed for a large Homecoming crowd. i 4'!' I dv gy V fl f, l if if 5 , ' 'Ili hi 5 lil Aliii ,i Pretty girls topped off Homecoming Parade LX! . fvigxg i wimpy ,, If ,, xx Phi Kap's satirically portray mind explorers hi Campu Aciiviiies 9 V' r I4 WFP '16 wwf ,Vip . was 1 if Aw . Val "i's'4"',Q Y, s AW H A 9' '.-.Q T, 5 Q 1 91 4 gh gn will Q .W,,i5q, A xl' my .QV 1 ' A Q 4 .-a' , 18,5 f 5 sf, - 51"l ' 8. 'A-'exam' ' .www 55" ' .1 . .. 133 :"'.,,gf 4, , .1 Q ff . , ' f ' 4 ' if .R fi Meg, 'A , yr eve 'L' vi' A. . ' V-U? vw' -F r ' ' T " MMI? ,gk ' ' 2 g ' ' 1' T X n .T Q i 9 , .QQ , gifs 9, 1 by .nk rp' 2 ll, - . fy if 5 1 . ' 'J Q' Q 3 - it ' - ,. -nf, T. T T . Q , , I . 1 M - W I A - Q f Q , 1 X f We at you - ' 1,6 fl N " The Trojans defeated the Indiana-Purdue Regional Campus of Fort Wayne af the Homecoming Soccer game. .fn 'W fa M xi' v 'V r f 9 'mi Vs 4.1 MF' I 411 I xv,-Q, AJLQ-iv 1 Na,-f N Y i 1 .,,:., r v 9 ij' S QPlRf,,AK'f" N 7' a bi I . 1 Dill' s..,hQi- X. ,. J' 4 f Q X, 8 .. L, .mf , 3. U, w. A ow vm 4- ..,. 1 .Q - 2' 5 5 qpivxcb L " F' Yyw. 5, 4 o if- "W-QFG F 'fir' Q- . f nf' 1' Qu -any ,. lib-C14 .. eh: 'wa ' f? as-eiw 9 ' R-?"L 0 - . '. '. ...I Y. rf., Q-'ir Q , -P5-', ." n. I ,. -an," Q 1 . -of s , fm' Y'j 'guy fl ew' ---- ' Xx,.'. -i 4:4 , , 1 , sv I X , f X 9, L' wh g, ,. -x 'J 8:1 " "' 4 QW YF. ' 1---S qu V 1 wr ww-o 'f K1 Ll H' """"2' - gf ' n 'A "PQ m' ., ' ' 'fy-l1""T' W 'Www N. Wm , Mia ' fi 'Q A., .:Q. V L ' gm , N 2'-Q 4, P , uf 1,33-..f , ji. ., . +1 Y '. ., , Mm h LQ R jwffmwxx MQ W 1 sv 'il 9+ V L KF 4 in N na x V' 1, 1 ., .1 ,. 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Pielier, Ohio Crowning of the Fall Festival was MeeCee'ed by Jeff Szilage, President of the Student Senate. 5- w , 1' ' 'x Q, :' Y A ' J. 4 , . ,l sg ia ,VVV., I I sa i. - ,,v:fr-r,,,,i .A A H , . 1- 'A . Q' q j , , , mia ., niggaz' , 1 ' J' if f 'f 9'?1..miwNi'a' -at' AT l ' " - C5i?1mii...mNLifffN4uunnx.........m 3rd runner-up: Miss Betty Jo Casper, Mishawaka, Indiana .,.,,..-Q---f-ww . N xy, 4: X ,.k.,.i-. 75. - A .of . .:....1,:g- 753, 3 25 3 1'-. Q, A1 ' ' -sf v -55214-tf' tf Q23 'imtirw by .i qi if" '. "iv ,' 'I' . - , .1 W . .N -- -, V, ,, nm. - 'F' V' 'f ti' 25? ,L ' . lift . ' 4. - A H , , pig , ,A 1 -H r 2 ,',' ,W 'pl 5 . .-. - -J, is . " 1. w- 2-, .3 z A .fmif "- ' A, ,.,, I Lai, ,W ,V .. . Miss Hicks lead the Festival parade. if Girl Watcher, Ha, Ha. X4-. fi In between class activities. A gi iiibyvitmt 1 I , limi ,, it .V E, ki, ,-qi ff" . m J, it Lt. 'M t . M- is is 5 W i 'll lf . f"Q:,- 1, l 4 4 ' f 'itil' 5 , ' A ' " ,fu ar .-V V, L . I - it , 2 ,it H I A Romantic flare of Spring. Campus politicians provide music. To CUT Of HOT to CUT. Thrift iS the question. , i -.J P 7 f , 1 Afgf'!,i?7gf2g6i mf 5, Eg, ,ff ,W 5 iff," if tfxfffm if 0 QBEV1 f -. -gal' 1, .V . - Q---4,-9-A..-.. all .ww , A 1 1... M., S. --.0- .10-Lc, , -' ,.A, , 1 J. . v 9, D ,, . I .A-,igg . I ' ' "" 4- f' ' ' . ' . ' ,vm 'Sf' 5 Q., ..A. . A . Wy. -. .- S 0-Mfg' 4 ....- , . ...,, ,uf-1-1. F ip... :--- . I .U , ..- .., ,M -1- " , 1 ,- ,-,. U- , ' . 'Lf 1 ' .-A'w " M- . ' ' "H ' - - - --H. - 'K' I -'-.""'-- -'-Ji - -fr ,.-,- . "-ww 3'-awp ..... H -. -- C1 " f' .jj Q: -Vu "',,,',' -.c"'. 'lg-'nfe.l.5?? 15415- - -----' -N H.-1 ,. ' 1 " . ."'i' -'figffl s.'Ln'f'c,, E-qlff-""i -I ft. , .-ff, A i-. an ' I gn. iii-L2-gi. 41' V A ','-i 'S' 'A ,JE F- :L-Q .. . The Mechanical Engineering Society sponsored International Harvester Day. 'I9 The Vogues. The appenings And Charlie Borneman . ,, .A-, . , K - ',',':Ffk33f , gb? 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K ' Q 4- ' , Ai ,rg 63: 'mv Q Na. . . Q6 ' QW, , Q.: in . 7f,p 4 ff- 4-, ,g,.4.N Q ' ' V ' K . , , .ga . ff 21 Winier Wonderland Qweeiheari Miss Lgnn Miller I' e A . Y lvfjfn U'-1.1. N, mil RTA: jx", A.":,: 'S f x-,H 4- . 'X 1- .15 ,A ' 14- 'g'ierL:"g..fE',52' QM A il' 7 1 i""'d'-2-ff' zifiglhw ' . -,,,4f.-f:.Pby'K - 5 f x fff?ir,bf,g1:.'22iYfm' 'r Mr. Tri-Siaie. 1969 Mr. Jeff Qzilage Q Greeks Li hT Broiherhood Torches From The lighTing of The Greek Torches, To The IFC Awards BanaueT, The fraTerni- Ties on Tri-STaTe's campus parTicipaTed in a hosT of acTiviTies involving all phases of The BroTherhood. The compeTi- Tion was keen, buT The spiriT of fraTernal- ism and The having of a good Time pre- dominaTed all of The evenTs during Greek Week. The firsT award To be won during The week was The lnTer-FraTerniTy Council Public RelaTions Plaque. The plaque wenT To Sigma Phi Epsilon. The Tield games were held on SaTurday behind STewarT Hall. ln The bed race Tau Kappa Epsilon came in TirsT. ConTinuing Their winning sTreak, Tau Kappa Epsilon Took TirsTs in The bike race, Golf maTch, The song TesT, and The Trophy for The besT showing during Greek Week. The Kappa Sigs change drivers in The pits. K V A ,Tx ---ff E XT., T-.--iv-W. .4--.- -.-,-..,......i,... ,. ' . ' il The performance of Tau Kappa Epsilon won Them honors aT The Fraternity Sing. Fresh fuel was needed every five laps. , ic 5 S, G . T. in . 'Te e ' -4" ' - ... -A in GL, 'S-.4 Qi. Ben Selkis and The Sig Eps' begin a promising Tug . . . Left: Teke leads The firsT lap of The Bicycle Race. d is 27 . . . but don'T quiTe keep up To snuff. T? QL1Lu,- l Kappa Sigma and Tau Kappa Epsilon baftle for a first. The Mud TU9 WCS no Pleflsufe CN-'ISS . . buf, alas, some people can not admit defeat. Right: Judges prepare the victim. 'N vw E. mi ,,.f" PA' Arg, mv- 1 " n M pm' 4 ns V 1,4 g .5 .hx , . sw 1' Zvi-ff fylfwi' Q 'Q IQ, i A ? 3Q?lsg,E4K 'H' JZ: "' wif -1 . ly , A M9 Wk ,iv .vu-ni U wir -f ""fW' K r,i i awe. my W, eg?-sg, ,gg e, X. la , L W 'W ,away Msn ever 'W wif' Phi Kappa Theta out ran Delia Chi in the Bed Race nf gal , X Q.. 'Hs T55 f 54, . idk! rg -3355,-Y. ' . .. , ""1:r:'1 - . f 3 ' -..,.' , ' .cf 5 -. . . .. Sf ff' fepxri X ,g 4255, g. T X' 'ka"2L'Qv 0-. fs? P t g gn, . - . J: i - ge 'Q t ' f- ' :K , , - fu :ff f . wi? ,:-:, ' New 3 ffl!-U W Y X - ' X PGN' Wwe " ss ' ,. V -cc X ,. X gf... -1 0 cs- ilk - is-Q A 'St 5 f w ' gf' 4 - - , sw-'srv-,ss, .X 4: Q- Wx' sf sy .f ,X 1.-,v I 5 ,Q i 94 e'4"'5f rf ' , X - in ' -- "1 ' 6.1353 s -5, 5 X ' - f ,. , --, Q S Lf, ,ly sf nfs frog. JQA ,Q C 5 A' Q N at A - A fi .vi N 2 MSM -YQ? f 'iiwif ,N V Mechanical Engineering students receive their diplomas. Dr. Paul F. Chenea address Dec Graduates Deo. Exercise Honors Milnor. Gates. Chenea Columnist J. Clifford Milnor and broadcaster Hillard Gates were honored by Tri-State College at commencement exercises Saturday, December 14. Milnor, who writes for the Journal- gazette, received a Doctor of Humane Letters degree. Gates, vice-president and general manager of the WKJG stations, was given the Doctor of Public Service degree. Dr. Paul F. Chenea, science director of Research Laboratories at the General Motors Technical Center, Warren, Mich., was the commencement speaker who re- ceived the honorary Doctor of Engineer- ing Science degree. Tri-State College conferred the Bache- lor of Science degree of Business Ad- ministration on 134 December and March graduates. The ceremony was at lO:OO Eastern Standard Time in the An- gola High School Gymnasium. Dr. Chenea was vice-president for academic affairs at Purdue University before he ioined General Motors Cor- poration last year. A graduate of the University of California with advanced degrees from the University of Michigan, he went to Purdue from Michigan faculty in l952. Ken Knipp shakes hands with Dr. Richard M. Bateman during commencement exercises f I ISQJL5. ' 4 .1 SJ X 1 fl 9 X ' 'Q f- ' 1 Q 1 , A R V 4 'FO 5 7: l' Q V, x 1 V'iJ9::,j.,,! At., .A 1 ny. -Ai Arg' A ,N 1 ' - sv. ' '. ' 1- U . 3 -,',,.1h, :K A W -v l 4 4 - U' " L P", H 2 ,, I f 1 - , 1. x r 1. W W' . sg' 4- . gs 1 Z, . 'rv use ,. PF Q H , . N - ' N T V. ,J A .-5, ...WA .bf A -. 4 In K ' -vq Eg .:' Q11-r. .1,.17:Q, 'N -3. qv.. it ., - , 3 ' I ' I 5 A In V.. l A S i,z.:'f' lr it V: WCW T S b tw-7' vw g S 4 -, ,Mia QQ- , f "V r' V" , fa . ' 'Q ' ' V ff. ,,,x,' Q -gxgq it jyigb 1 if QA V 'QL' Q My iff, . A H- A A fl' ,A if df, . 2 S f A grits, ' Q! i V. 4- ' .' :T I 4 -' f ' '. , Q Q gm4!:.'..7i C-X111 W 5 fi 1.5 '- 6 I 4 V :,!jji3' xifilg ' Ng? Yau? I Q V I ,T . H, .. ' ' YA' N ,-,F X. wewffit. 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E Q Q? ffl- ., 1 , , 1 I if . 4. . iff' of - 'sf i I f 'll 1 8 f N' WW . , ' -is , i 'I I -W1 Q v ' ' lf iii Bob Black, Pledge Chairman, presents the Senior Pledge to Dr. Bateman. Parents and friends gathered to wish the Seniors well. Reflections Of Year Viewed Bg Students THE 1969 MODULUS, under the direc- tion ot Donald Locke and Peter Francies, is another addition to the near complete and accurate history of the social and the academic life at Tri-State College. The MODULUS has been a tradition on our campus tor 47 years. It is one ot the few books which students read from cover to cover. The MODULUS is a student publica- tion. It is designed and managed entire- ly by the students ot Tri-State and pro- fessional help is used only in the ad- visory capacity. It is with a magnitude of pride and sense of accomplishment that the stu- dent statf ot MODULUS present the 1969 yearbook. 41 Y"i"s T l ' li ' ' M h zlhif A, i , K 'ETL ' ' X xii' ' A", . ff. sf wrfffjg " ef? 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I Z e f Thomas Kluczynski:Photo Editor We ,rf k ii l 5 Al Z ,S i f ,T E . +--: - 'N la .V,.. 2 ,,,,, A Q , . 1 , 2- l Randy Webber: Business Manager fue I Linda Kling and Cathy Kempton: Student Life Editors Steve Neal: Senior Album N in f'wr'5'1K QE 5 tiki' .1 11: 5 -s' Q -ff-' IL NG'-Q 'Q ixgff, Q , J " "' Q Sq 5 35 'sz if 5 ' 2 I ' Z4 S , " I ' 'N' ' 'lx . 5 ..... x- ' 'nw '5,?,,,',f ., -.. Q x 3 i ff' .A 2 Z i 'f 'E L-R: John Fooyontphanich, Doug Smith, Dan Wineholt, Jim Bliskey. Dave Vglentg, Photographer i t t E kltt' h 'fi in t 1 ,- R v -4 Q 1 i """"T 5. 2 I fin' 106' L g N Don Raymond, Sports Editor AI Werner, Fraternity Editor . ,Q ji at , ti as is X E ?g 4 ::..:'...:,3v:..::...- a X 1,1 , y XXI? MF- -10710 NFQYO, Advisor L-R: Tom Szymanski, Steve Seibert, Photographers. 1 K 5 A 1 5 S 1 5 S EdiTor Wins QTaTe ICPA irsT Place Bob Gleason, Tri-STaTe Triangle Edi- Tor for The Fall and WinTer QUarTers, won honors Tor The Triangle and himself by Taking a TirsT place in The caTegory of Non-Campus EdiTorials sponsored by The Indiana CollegiaTe Press AssociaTion. The Award was presenTed To The Tri- angle and Bob aT The l.C.P.A. ConvenTion held aT Hanover College in April. Ed Boremon Took The reins of EdiTor- ship Tor The Spring QuarTer along wiTh Jim Krzyzewski as his assisTanT. The News ,DeparTmenT was headed by Gary Schreck and SporTs was covered by Richard Spay. AdverTising was arranged by Bob Lampi and Bob Gunn made sure The issues were on The sTands as CirculaTion Manager. . 1, , . . . 'T 12 .in ' in- . 41", ' :lf N b 8 -,DP-wa-g,.S':i'xw 1 E , T af., ,A fe 2 Ed Boremon, Editor for The Spring Quarfer, Talks To Mr. Ronald GilberT, Advisor. I-C-P-A winner, Bob Gleason. Associate EdiTor, Jim Krzyzewski. A-w-..-....,.,,,,,,,,sm'm' Cartoon ist, Wayne Shive. 35 fx Q. '51 Sports Editor, Richard Spay. Advertising Manager Bob Lampi and his assistants. Chief Photographer, Steve Seibert. ti 'UR' '. - N.. , , 'S V v News Editor, Gary Schreck. 11, I 5' is r . 'FNS 'X 4 I , . 1 f A I ff Organizaiion i 'J x 1 'ix U 'F' ' wif? 2 X T 4 Q zz, Y 5 ik 1 .l 1, X X: dx-. Am Yf rx x fi ,fe fx- Q , A-I'-,J v f G rx 4 Qin, ii. LE In S xx Xi., ,ig K, J ,J gg, KJ l-,.,. Q . Y , V r Q x , y - y' Q. J., I f -V ,.f . f wx ,ml 'Q 1 '- ,. -V ,, '-'- . ,:-- If . ' ' , , - A 1 7" s YY 1 iw'1w .gb it vii, 1 'A' . f , N u fx ,l K 'tit 5 , 1 fi' l ' ', 'X-,A ,f i "' by f X W1 - ' j 1 . ,' X r , :Ls 1,1 .- I six .a, . ' .x, ' - ..' tif l -' Ni 1 R I 'xi f f .Q w-"svn-fM,.' LN 'Q if 5 A! . , 7 4 ,A 6, iyxg , -, f, L A. ,Y . , 'Q 1 'fps X 2, -X sf '1-' V f f , .4 im ' N . ' 'H ' .A 5.6, N ,B A vyff I v X . .v'N Q Q,-1 1 -1:1 if '+- M K 49. Af gr-1 1 ' 1 'I Z Q 5 I , 1 I 2 il I u I 13' ,f ,g , n 3, 1' I V 5 4 nk". cs 'Q fxl -+1 Q -n in 1 1, , 1 ss- -as-. - 7? N ' an "MT 5 X 'fn 4 W ,., ,T .- Farsi Row: Thankor Desai, B. N. Darii, P. M. Rogers, Row: Roberf Brechf. Philip Thomcie, Sieve Phurmer, Ted HosTerman, Dan Hale, Doug Holloway. Second I-GFFY BSFQGUH, WCIFFSN GSOYQS, WCllT Gurwon- American Chemical Socieig The Tri-STaTe College ChapTer of The American Chemical SocieTy held Their meeiings every Wednesday nighi. Of- ficers were elecTed aT The beginning of each quarTer. Movies, depiciing The vari- ous indusTries, were shown aT some of First Rows Sfeve West, R. J. Shah, Gary Moore, RoberT Faiordo, S. K. Sinha, Alan Rauh, Brian sa The meeTings, and speakers from dif- Tereni indusiries and colleges Talked on The many TaceTs of Chemical Engineering aT The oiher meeTings. The SocieTy held a loanquei during The Fall Term aT which Dr. M. H. CheTrick, Vannoni. Second Rows John Miller, Earnie Allen, John Gray, John Noffsinger, Gene Merrick, Dan Chairman of The DeparTmenT of Chemical Engineering aT Michigan STaTe UniversiTy, Talked on graduaTe sTudy aT Michigan STaTe. The SocieTy held anoTher banquei in The WinTer Term. Sweasy. rs -Q First Row: Don Tichenor, Carmine Forzono, Jory Engle, Leonard Fonticella, Gary Kelly. Second Row: 'E--A 'bi' Gary Mahaffee, Gene Coutts, Richard Bedey, Robert Mayer, J. E. Gibbson. rg 13 1 American Institute DI' Aeronautics and Astronautics The American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics at Tri-State College is a student branch of the national organiza- tion which was founded on February I, 1963 by a merger of the American Rocket Society and the Institute of Aerospace Sciences. It is the principal United States Aerospace Technical Society. Left: AIAA members get the chance to do some further testing with the supersonic wind tunnel . . . The purpose of the AIAA is to edu- cate the perspective engineers to the world in which the engineer lives, while he receives the basis for his future work in the classroom. Along with the regular meetings, the AIAA has quarterly banquets to high- light the year. First Row: Jack Van Hoover, Jerry Wells, Thomas Leas, Ronald Clark. Second Row: Robert Phillips, Schumm, Thomas Helmsing, Roben Bflnson, Allan Hartzell, Michael Sadger, Maynard Carney, Linda John Palmer, Dennis Wolke, Dan Bowers, Allen Chester. American Institute Of Drafting And Design The American Institute for Design and Drafting is a national corporation or- ganized to improve the science of graph- ic communications, to promulgate edu- cational programs to better prepare drafting and design students for higher achievements in the science of design and drafting, and to foster fellowship among its members and others of allied First Row: Patrick Kelly, David Wallace, James Walton, James Prast, Ronald Atkinson, Gene Shears, interests. The student chapter of the AIDD at Tri-State is fashioned after and affiliated with this institute. Throughout the year, the AIDD has helped its members by presenting films, speakers from industry, and a chance to view iust how it is to be a draftsman or designer. John Griffeths. Second Row: Kenny Stephens, Tim Taylor, Jack Ketchum, Bob Miller, Robert Teegarden, Banquets were arranged and planned by the members to help them acquire social responsibility and ease. Field trips to companies and plants such as Inter- national Harvester or General Motors Foundry gave the members an insight to the draftsman's role and his associa- tion with other members of industry. Steve Pharmer, Rick Meyer, Wesley VoMetton, Steve Seibert. 36 'T ci of r 5 .T T H65 "W 'WT V, ' if 'IJ iz 3. X Alpha Kappa Psi i969 saw The birTh of a new organiza- Tion on campus. Alpha Kappa Psi came info being during The Spring auarTer. A.K. Pesi on campus is a resulT of much hard work by members of The former Sigma Epsilon SocieTy. Sigma Epsilon had been in exislence since The l93O's, as a professional socieTy for business sTudenTs. Alpha Kappa Psi, naTionally, is The aldesT professional TraTerniTy in Busi- . url" , L, -'uv r In ness AdminisTraTion. Alpha chapfer was sTarTed in i905 aT New York UniversiTy. A.K. Psi has expanded To over 170 chapTers locaTed aT colleges and univer- siTies across The counTry. The obiecf of Alpha Kappa Psi is To broaden iTs members academically and socially. This obiecT is accomplished by presenTing professional programs Tea- Turing guesi speakers and by holding various social evenTs during The year. fi is ll FNAAQ A fr- v,,l'w TP ' i..4lu... ,Q-Q ,--. ' g if .L X 1 T' M X, as ,, , .,,. sm, . 9 xi' if -,f4 ' 'A ga' 'Hs ,. 3 ,T M, T 3 xc. First Row: Lance Johnson, Carney Rinevaulf, Nand pasia. Second Row: Charles Brink, Lenden Gray, Bafheia, William KeiTh, Hasmukh Patel, Bipin La- Dennis Plockmeyer, James Wolfe, R. D. Quaintance. American Road Builders Associaiion The ARBA, oi naTional organizaTion, was organized To presenT To The Civil Engineering sTudenT The principles of The road building profession. Road building is The maior employer of Civil Engineers and This led To The TormaTion of a socieTy devoted sTricTly To Their needs. 38 Movies were The main feaTures aT each of The regular meeTings. These movies were also shown To The inTeresTed Civil Engineering sTudenTs and The TransporTa- Tion class. Field Trips are also an impor- TanT parT of The club's evenTs. Righh Members look over new ideas in bridge design. 1 'x First Row: Roger Robbins, Thomas Secondo, David MacDonald, Albert Maiocchi, William Keith, John s -- li 4-, Taft- -' Q, . l l 1 - Kline. Second Row: Segurd Peterson, Russel Miller, Brooks Widder, Dennis Plockmeyer, James Wolfe, American Societg Ol' Civil The student Chapter of the American Society of Civil Engineers is an affiliate of the oldest national engineering so- ciety in the United States. Its purpose is to stimulate thought in professional cmd technical matters and to help student members choose the career of greatest interest to them within the broad field of Civil Engineering. One of the chapter's proiects com- First Row: Ronald Ridgway, James Bliskey, Paul Junk, Ronald Glasgow, Ron Wennemacher, Lance Johnson, Jeff Garret, David Lathrop, Donald Lathrop, l pleted in l969 was a promotional pro- gram for the ASCE and Tri-State College. Each member addressed an envelope to their former high schools. Enclosed in the envelope was a brochure entitled "Your Future in Civil Engineering" and also copies of the Tri-State bulletins. The society attends various confer- ences during the year such as the Great Ted Youngren, Delbert Meeker. Second Row: Ken Elchinger, Michael Ribarich, Michael Lokcynski, Clif- ford Kloc, Patrick Kaur, Dave Horne, William Mc- fr. R. D. Quaintance, Linden Gray, Wayne Reynolds. Engineers Lakes Regional Conference and the ln- diana Section of ASCE. This year it is Tri-State's privilege to be the host of the Great Lakes Regional Conference. Through its hard working membership and very competent advisors, the student chapter of the American Society of Civil Engineers is one of the strongest organi- zations on campus. Garvey, Harold Dugan, Wm. H. Burdick, Frank Cleaver, Larry Stormer. i First Row: James Shriver, Dick Oney, R. Russell kowski. Second Row: John Dietrick, Gary Goltz, Armstrong, John Dirk, Ed Porter, Anthony I'.'iechzy- Richard Mills, Otto Dole. m rlcan oc: t Ae' Q 'eg0fTooI And Manufacturing Engineers Student Chapter No. 25 of the Ameri- can Society of Tool and Manufacturing Engineers is an important organization on the Tri-State Campus. The chapter has many informative speakers, films, and field trips. The speakers and field trips bring the stu- dent into close contact with the people and machines that are changing our lives. Being a member of this society helps the student see some use for his studies. After graduation, being a society mem- ber will help in advancements and in the search for further education. The American Society of Tool and Manufacturing Engineers offers much to the inquiring student and to the Tri-State campus. Right: ASTME featured a speaker from Alcoa Aluminum during the fall quarter. "'! First Row: Bob McCuley, Jr., Jim Weiss lAdvisorl, MCDefmO1'l'- 5eC0f1Cl ROW: Beniurnin Selkis, Arthur Thomas Szymanski. Douglas McCray, Glenn Corvigno, Chris Luke, Larry l'lil'1SVClfk, TSFFY T0dCl, Bob Smlfhf Edrnie SIUSS. 'N-.. 'is Booster Club The Tri-State College Booster Club had an active year in 1969. Much energy was devoted to the promotion of school spirit at Tri-State's athletic events. Through the help of this organization Tri-State's ath- letes received the student support so necessary to their success. Left: Miss Cinda Losie leads the Booster Club in a fight cheer. .29 yy Kd? NEST?" First Row: Bob Lampi, Al Schreiber, John Councel- ler. Second Row: Ted Snure, Don Stripling, Frank Cleaver. Circle K Circle K, a service club for college students, is sponsored by Kiwanis Inter- national. The Circle K's service proiects this year include helping the Red Cross on the school blood drive, sponsoring a Thanks- giving Food Drive. Also included in their proiects were collecting ads for desk blotters and distributing these desk blotters at winter registration. The Circle K also promotes the films sponsored by student activities tees. Right: Circle K Club display their banner at the Freshman Activities Orientation. -.s rv? fi Rf Q I 'X f Q . ,, 1 r 1-- First Row: Larry Dudley, George Bender, Alan Yoder, Khalid Kanoo, Peter Walters, Denny Hake, Chapter No. 203 of Delta Nu Alpha Transportation Fraternity completed its second year of existence on Tri-State Campus. It was a year marked by a greater participation in campus activities First Row: Dan Hoffman, Tom Archbold, Roger Schumaun, Gene Boudreau, Jerry Brown, Paul Hamp- Robert Menzies ladvisorl. Second Row: Fred Brown, Greg Donnellon, John Grieder, Ken Schmidt, Joseph Delta Nu Alpha for DNA, highlighted by their co-spon- soring of a float entry in the homecoming parade with the Sigma Epsilon Society. In addition, they were privileged to in- duct a new faculty advisor, Mr. Robert ton, Dave Ehinger. Second Row: Carl Cooke, Mort Switzer, Dave Ambrose, Edward Winczowski, Harold Charney, Alan Toy, John Johnson. Menzies, into the fraternity. They would like to thank the guest speakers who made the year such an educational one for the men in transportation. Hornish, Richard Rudolf, Richard Wood. ff, First ROW: Ed Erwin, Duvid Wdrne, -l0l1r1 Heffner, nedy, Kenneth Koebel, John Spalding, Jerry Rowe. Wehrle, Russ Robolic, Ed Jentes, Joe Breathouse Fred ClC1USe, DOD Byers, Gerd Werf-ing, Kirk Ken- Second Row: John Bohte, Douglas McCray, Jon Cam McCarl. Institute Of Electronic And Electrical Engineers The special electronics laboratory for IEEE members, located in the basement ot Platt Hall, was extensively used for the repair of televisions, radios and other equipment. Future plans called for the laboratory to be placed in the new stu- dent union. Many of the Nation's largest elec- tronics firms, such as Delco Radio, IBM, Cosley Broadcasting, and IT8fT were rep- resented at the bi-weekly meetings. Right: President Doug McCray presides over IEEE. X . Suv' IFC Officers, L-R: James Scotti, Sports Director, Al rector, Phil Kaufman, Secretary. Back Row: Larry Hirniak, President, Mr. Patterson, Advisor. Conrad, Social Director, Chuck Borneman, Rush Di- Linvill, Treasurer, Ed Bouma, Vice President, Gene The Inter-Fraternitg Council The Inter-Fraternity Council of Tri-State College functions as a regulatory body for its member fraternities on campus. The IFC's purpose is to insure co-opera- tion among the fraternities and to oper- ate usefully as a communication factor between the college and the brother- hoods. The Council promotes rush, social and recreational activities among the IFC Members, L-R, Jeff Szilage, Jeff Sager, Al Fran- coni, Dale Vanderbur, David Elkins, Jim Windler, fraternities, and above all, the IFC stresses scholarship in each fraternity. The Inter-Fraternity Council sponsors many fraternity activities and community proiects. Outstanding among the activi- ties are sports and social events. The IFC sponsors football, softball, and bowling competition among the fraternities. Jim Kelly, Jack Bell, John Gray. Back Row, L-R: Mike Farrell, Dick Bossler, Dan Elchinger, Hebf Topping the list is Greek Week which is held every spring. Greek Week highlights the end of the year for the fraternities with formal dinners, speeches concern- ing fraternity progress and the informal exchange of ideas. All in all, IFC strives to better the College through the fra- ternity system. Masuik, Gary DeWitt, John Marley, Chester Strader, Bill Boyer. 'Q tg: Ll 5 First Row: Abdullah Zubaid, Abdul Zubgid, Kqhiid S. R. Shah, N. S. Vinod. Second Row: Radi EI Fedorow, Suresh Shah, Tom Pan, lndukumar Patel. Kanoo, Janak Vora, Byung Loo Lee, Bipin Patel, Bdour, Emmanuel Younathan, Raiendra Shah, Wesily International Student Association The International Students Association has been established on campus to make it possible for all the foreign students as well as native students to promote better understanding among them. The ISA is education, enioyment and an op- portunity to learn more about the people of other countries and their culture. First Row: Leena Riper, Jayceline Thompson. Sec- ond Row: Shailesh Shah, Ravindra Shah, Surendra Sinha, Daini Doshi, Ludmil Vulchev, N. C. Mehta, The International Students Association organizes meetings where its members get together and discuss their problems and try to help each other. Meetings also consist of imformative discussions about different countries' geographical and his- torical backgrounds, their culture, their position in the world as regards to eco- Bhupendrary Darii, Mahesh Parikh, Bipin Lapasia, Mahesh Patel. Third Row: Natvarlal Kathrotia, Darabhubhai Patel, Mahamed Ali Shermarke, Tha- nomical status, political affairs, etc. Gen- eral discussions are also held where a certain subiect of common interest is chosen to be discussed. The ISA or- ganizes a dinner party every quarter, where students from different countries display their cultures as regards to food, dress, etc. korbhai Desai, Abmet Borekci, Sunil Patel, Vitthal Patel, .Iayanti Patel. 46 J-rv" rl. First Row: Charles Brestensky, Ronald Jesswein, Rollie Joe Planson, Alan Miller. Second Row: Brian J. Schuster, Trent Bongiolatti, Thomas M. Krissel, John Fooyontphanich, Jim Raimar, Gary Schreck, Kcleb, Steve Pruss, Anthony Meczyknowski, Robert Otto Dole, Dale Funke, Rhea Goodrich, Rich Baxter. Richard Mills, Larry Burkhart, Thomas Trenchard, Mechanical Engineers Qocietg The Mechanical Engineering Society is an organization wherein engineering stu- dents can supplement their knowledge of various phases of mechanical engi- neering. Speakers, who are experts in their re- spective fields, present the latest infor- mation concerning their products and in- dustry as a whole. Movies are obtained for some of the programs and are used in coniunction with the speakers' talks. The Society is affiliated with the Fort First Row: Joseph Hardisky, Leonard Speers, Carl Shutt, Jerry Yoder, Charles Horsley, Don Tritsch, Kim Miller, Lloyd Williams, James Shriver, John Paret- Wayne Section of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers. The dues paid to the organization are returned in the form of awards to members who have done outstanding work in the society. Many activities were undertaken in the society this past year. The most re- warding event was lnternational Har- vester Day, held during Fall quarter. The society received the trophy for the most humorous float during Fall Festival. Two zoglou, Navit Mehta. Second Row: Ed Porter, Don Pinne, Jr., Ned Haylett, Steve Brown, All Banwell, -A F1 awards, for first and third place speech- es, were presented by the Fort Wayne Section of the A.S.M.E. Other activities in- cluded sponsoring a design contest, a Young President's program, a two-day, Spring field trip to Whirlpool, in Benton Harbor, Michigan, a picnic, and two banquets. Through these activities, the society has helped to better prepare its mem- bers for a successful engineering future. Gary Goltz, Steve Pifher, Al Murray, Richard Biller, Rogger Nawrot, Lf! ll ri! ,Q 1. '33 First Row: Harley Schultes, Karl Anderson, Dan Hoffman, Janet Tropp, Don Mark Painter, Edward Gerecke, Robert Fitzwater, Jim Waite, Rick Heter, Handy, Terri Fero, Donald Raymond, Ed Erwin. Second Row: Mark Ellsworth, Wayne Reynolds. Methodist Student Movement The Methodist Student Movement has its meetings every Sunday evening in the MSM lounge of the Methodist Church. They have a variety of programs from speakers to movies. They try to present the Tri-State stu- dent with a break from the drudgery of college life by offering him, fellowship, fun, and food. They have different ac- tivities to help round out a college edu- cation not received in the classroom. They support an orphan in Korea, con- tribute to the church's building fund, they have an annual ping-pong tourna- ment for the entire church, an annual spaghetti supper, parties with other MSM groups, a banquet honoring grad- uating seniors and other varied activities. The MSM is not limited just to students of the Methodist faith. lt is open to all students of all religions. Our main goal is fellowship for all, no exceptions. Right: Rev. and Mrs. Doyle E. Pavy, Directors of M.S.M. Sf Q -Q-fs. 1, ... a First Row Steve Seibert Joe Borrelli Fr Howard Thomas Kluczynski, L. A. Vulchev. Second Row: Ken Pompili Jim Staub Paul Maruszak John Kline Don Locke, Barry Kravitz, Patrick Healy, Patrick Anway, Jon Wehrle, Bruec Blonde, Peter Francies. Newman Club The purpose of Newman is to ioin Catholic students by offering spiritual and intellectual stimulation and a sturdy social program. Open to all students, the organization boasts a cooperative resi- dence, one of the few such Newman Houses in the country. By striving toward a two-fold goal of a spiritual and a social environment, the Newman Club offered a wide variety of Left: The Newmanities got a little over anxious while painting the interior walls. activities. Fall Quarter brought the open visitation of the Newman House. A com- munion breakfast, lectures and debates, an informal dinner-dance, numerous parties in the Newman House, serving mass on Sunday, playing pool and table tennis, and watching television list only a few of the activities sponsored by the Newman Club. ll Standing L-R: Leo Ludzia, Bill Birdsalli, Reporter, Keith Biehl, Vice-Pres., Doug David Peterson, President Douglas Fetters Francis Allen Chris Buckman Linda Holly, Bill Bayer, Khalid Kanoo, Maintenance Officer: Richard Ruge, John Keel, Ruoff, Sec., Dale Nelson Robert Dunlap Richard Bedey and Bill Brake Flging Thunderbirds Inc The Flying Thunderbirds traced their origin back to the year 1939 when a soaring club was founded on the Tri- State campus. In 1950, the club was re- activated and incorporated under ln- diana state law in 1953. The club had the best equipped train- ing aircraft in the northern part of ln- diana. The addition of a second radio, a 51,200 Mark 12, to their Cessna 150 in- creased their position during the school year. The expanding T-Birds also satis- fied their desire to own a four place air- craft by purchasing a new zerotime Cess- na Skyhawk in 1967. The Skyhawk had additional radio equipment added in the fall of 1968, giving it the capabilities of IFR flying and training. lt now has a Mark 12A-360 channel with a VOA 9 head, Mark 12, an ADF receiver and a three light marker beacon system for in- strument training and flight. This equip- ment has added a net worth of 53,600 to the club. -'C' i fhhigt First Row James Fleming John Kline Janet Tapp Carl McMullen, Patrick Second Row: Richard Batten, Ed Bouma, Ken Pompili, Steve Wyneken, Kim Rogers John VanHoover David Kincaid Peter Francies, P. W. Gaston, Jr., Miller, Ed Porter, Clifford Kloc, Don Locke, Greg Dunnellon. Student Senate The purpose of the Student Senate of Tri-State College is: to represent the Student Body, to promote and coordinate social activities on the campus, to foster friendly and equitable relations between various organizations on the campus, between the student body and Tri-State College, and between the student body and off campus elements. At the beginning of the '68-'69 school year, the Student Senate enlarged their funds to sixteen thousand dollars per year through an addition to student ac- tivities fees. The additional funds al- lowed the Senate to sponsor three all school weekends featuring two concerts by popular musical groups. The Fall Festival parade and dance, and the Serindipity Singers concert highlighted the events for the Fall quarter. The Winter quarter contained the Winter Wonderland Dance, Winter games, and the Vogues concert. The school year was topped off in the Spring quarter with a weekend of fun. All Senate sponsored events were open to the public. Five new campus organizations ioined the Senate membership during President Jeff Szilage's term of office, they were: the Y.A.F., the Schussmeister's, the Ger- man Honorary Society, Edlsweiss l-lall lA Girl's Dorml, and the Tri-State College Band Society. The Student Senate looks forward to a new year of serving the student body under the leadership of President Gene Herniak. niiviwli .- gvig ls W .gk + Front Row: L-R: Barb Lenke, Doug Focht, Mikey Brumbaugld, Jack Batchelar, Wayne Shive Bruce strong, Sil Zett, Rick Norton. Koblet, Ed Eaton, John Corp. Back Row: L-R: Jay Larabee, Tom Krissel, Al Werner, Russell Arm- Schussmeisters Ski Club After several years of inactivity the Schussmeisters Ski Club was brought back to life this fall under the direction of Al Werner as president and Wayne Shive as secretary-treasurer. The Ski Club surged ahead with their plans for skiing and by the time semester break had ar- rived they had already organized a weeked trip to Boyne Mountain. Since then the Schussmeisters have had many ski trips to Michigan and sur- rounding ski areas. This past year the Schussmeisters have achieved a seat in the Student Senate and have become affiliated with the United States Ski Association. Right: Though there was a lack of snow, ski enthusiasts never misses an opportunity to at least practice. N Seated: Dixie Lee Page, Christine Luke. Standing: W. W. Hill, Dennis Shalters, Mark Steffen, Lewis ?','A'i9'llIr- Francis, Adam Michelin, James Darcy. Young Americans Of' Freedom Originally chartered on November 6, 1967, the Tri-State Chapter of the Young Americans of Freedom launched its first full year on campus with a series of four political seminars. This year also marked the opening of the new chapter residence iust north of the John G. Best Hall of Below: Local men express their views on the '68 Presidential candidates. Science. The Yaf'ers are unique in that they represent the only political organization on campus. Leaning to the right, they stand for unfailing dedication to the principles of free enterprise, limited gov- ernment, and individual responsibility. sn 'g Affiliated with the national chapter in Washington, D.C., they are bi-partisan political action and educational organi- zation, they are the mouthpiece of those scholars who have ioined together in an effort to preserve constitutional government. '1""' l .ig 'fi 41 -0... - x ' iv. .'l 'Zi . 'fgd4fe-,?'f-455 ' -fi,-rm' ' ,f':3'wj,,:.- , W vf,-1 . 1,1.lv5..,r, JHLNL .1 1 Honoraries if N' S X --v . X, I f ff mwlm rf-.www E NW --...V f P -uf 4. 4 'V wr xx' I ,. -1 14 4 .mf 355- N Q 'WW xv " ' T T 'f NJ 'NJ X '71 k ff ,, 3' , "L ' W ,MZ ,Q PM S , Sw .. S544 . , "'-. X S' 'N A 1 '- f. T as., f f Y, ' V Q15 vii ' 'Y a."',"'f ' , f V951 '- 'H 5 i . , ' .ff , W' - , - 1 f Q Y , V. g 1 ,aj K K tx yn, vi x K., - ff' , .157 fff - - N - 'N SJ ' ,.:. -f' 'X x ,. fb , " ffm '-4 , +f . -1? 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Alpa Bata Alpha-Front Row, L-R: Doris Brown, Adam Michelin, Joe Meindle, Gary Bumgarner, Richard Kocerha, Greg Donnellon, Second Row, L-R: Charles Smith, Professor Hoolihan, Gerry Tiede, Ken Mawby, Doug Marshall. Alpha Bata Alpha, the honorary busi- ness society, was founded in September, l938, to recognize outstanding scholastic achievement in the School ot Business Administration. A student is required to maintain an average grade of B or bet- ter for the six quarters immediately pre- ceding his election to membership. The high ideals set by Alpha Bata Alpha serve as a goal for all students in the School of Business Administration. us if Journalists were honored at the annual Alpha Phi Gamma banquet. L-R: Paul Maruszak, Jim Cooper, Mr. R. Gilbert, Advisor, Bob Gunn, Steve Neal, Jim Krzy- zewski, Linda Kling, Jim Scotti, Steve Seibert, Bill Van Sickle. Alpha Phi Gamma, honorary iournal- ism fraternity, is dedicated to recognition ot individual ability and achievement in iournalistic pursuits, service to and pro- motion of the college welfare through iournalism, establishment of cordial re- Alpha Phi Gamma lationships between students and mem- bers ot the profession, and the unity of congenial students in t e r e s t e d in iournalism. At TSC, Gamma Phi chapter strives to recognize those students who have con- tributed to the student publications pro- gram, and promote a positive under- standing of endeavors throughout the campus community. i L-R: Doug McCray, Wayne Shive, Pete Francies, Don Locke, Al Werner, Randy Webber, Bob Gleason, Ed Boerman. lv' 7 I 1,-,. A, . . 5 1 . - .4-.2 ,. -. ,.!.,' 4 1 f 1 - 'Qi . 5 f l 'ii 5 ss3" 5hf'- .. 5 1 1 V t 1 of ,r ,ff 1 ,, , 5 Y 1 . V1 'Il 'lg ' Q Q 5 - Q l n S A 3'-sw, . , I lf X . cl 1 3 3 if i l i i B i fr! l 4 i .4 i 3 5 l 5 , . Sigma Chi Epsilon, L-R: Bipin Lapasia, Nand Batheia, John Cawley, Roger Robbins, Clifford Kloc, Ron Ridgway, Larry Stormer, Mike Powell, Bill Burdick, and Dave Horne lback rowl. Sigma Chi Epsilon Sigma Chi Epsilon was founded in 1967 under the leadership of Dr. George F. Hauck, to recognize outstanding aca- demic and leadership qualities of Tri- State's civil engineering students. Pre- requisites for admission are a 2.5 aver- age grade point and an interest in extra- curricular activities. Officers: Front Row: Mike Powell, Program Director, Roger Ribbins, Pres., Back Row: Bill Burdick, Sec., Ron Ridgway, Treas. Tau Sigma Eta, honorary engineering society, was incorporated in April, 1930, under the laws ot the state of Indiana. Election into the society is the highest honor an engineering student can attain. Requirements for admission into the C? X X X N X . 9-xx! M , 4- ' V' 2 t ,ff X, M 1l5 m ' Q-'g"'Q'Pp:7' f""Qii it :?nQ':Y if wx 'anim gtg, 11' ri with a minimum ot seventeen hours work during each of the tour quarters and a scholastic average of at least 3.1 out of a possible 4.0. A grade of D or lower disqualities a student for mem- bership. Members of the society are re- quired to maintain an average of 3.0 to be considered active. Tau Sigma Eta encourages brother- hood and good fellowship, a weIl-bal- anced social program, and the mainte- nance ot high scholastic records. society are four quarters ot college work fin L-R: Front Row: Bob Zechman, Czm McCarl, Glenn Funk, Carmine Forzono, Ken Elchinger, Bob Huball, Bernard Schneider, Pete Torbory, Alfred King, Ronald Jesswein, Charles Brestensky, Gary Kelly, Richard Homolya, John Smith, Gary Burdette, Russ Tobolic. Back Row: Giordano Zett, AI Vergonne, Warren George, Bruce Campbell, A A Sq-J uw, X 1. if V ,f-rw? 13. W. -"MY ww- 'V' Spring Quarter initiates: L-R: Steve Neal, Al Werner, and Louis Csokasy "fp" ,G l A Winter Quarter lnitiafes, L-R: Aldo Franconi, Steve Wyneken, Charles Borneman, George Pearson, and Richard Rudolf. 1.1! JW-ins it . :Is MJ: I,- ,1. 319 S: 1 ,. i 2 7- if gp Q' Q 2 ""' "'l"."f'f" . .""', f."i 17 0 0' . QQ l nr .A .x ,.. W- "" J l QQ 1 til' EF' V ' - --Q, " Fall Quarter lnitiates, L-R: James Nespo, Joe Borrelli, Edward Bouma, James Scotti, Doug McCroy, Phil Kaufman, Mr. Ken Patterson, Walter Hosking, and Lynn Kessler. 2 ., 'ff' .2 "If S Ulf: n fi XV, 4. i S Skull and Bones Actives, L-R: Don Locke, Mr. Triftshguser, Brian Smith, Joseph Sullivan, Mr. Weiss, Gene Hirniak, Mrs. Emerson, Jeff Szilage, Mr. San Giacomo Henry Maicher, Jim Sexton, and Mr. Lesiak. . s ,. 1, 51' fl a I l rl u ,DI , Q- J I ol' 6 , I 4 . P v L I l I-' Q1 : Q Gold Keg Awards For Outstanding Scholastic Achievement December 1968 Graduates Linden R. Gray June 1969 Graduates Gary J. Bumgarner Kenneth J. Elchinger Kenneth M. Mawby, Jr. Charles C. McCarl Kim N. Miller March 1969 Graduates Richard Biller John S. Davis, Jr. August 1969 Graduates Albert B. Vergona, Jr. Who's Who Among Students In American Universities And Colleges December 1968 Graduates Adrian W. Bobeck John S. Davis, Jr. Linden R. Gray Joseph M. Jacobs Rollie J. Planson Linda L. Ruoff June 1969 Graduates Charles T. Brestensky Gary W. DeWitt Robert R. Gleason Rodney H. Helwig Thomas C. Hoffelder Kenneth M. Mawby, Jr. Charles C. McCarl Gary L. Moore Stephen R. Neal August M. Riehl Richard J. Rudolf Charles J. Smith, Jr. Russell S. Tobolic Gary J. Vollinger Theodore J. Youngren March 1969 Graduates George E. Batty Kenneth Koebel Henry P. Maicher George E. Metzger, Jr. Herbert E. Stoerr August 1969 Graduates Rodger C. Robbins, Jr. Jeffery T. Szilage James D. Windler Giordano D. Zett 34' L... 'Cf 9 . Q Q 4 9 Oh, ""s Front Row: Terry Ryan, Bhende Prakash, Michael Harnisch, Barbara Hamilton, Elaine Stokes, Mona Gibson. Second Row: James Cook, Lawrence Whitlock, Al Werner, Robert Bosak, James Highfield, James Van Wayner, and Ginter D. Bansen. German Honorarg Qocietg German Honorary Officers: L-R: James Cook, Stell- vertretender lV-Pl, Michael Harnisch, Schatzmeister lTres.l, Al Werner, Vorsitzender lPres.l, Terry Ryan, Schriftfuhrer lSec.l. The German Honorary Society was or- ganized on the Tri-State campus in the fall of 1967. The purpose of German Honorary is to promote interest amongst the students toward the German people and their culture. The German Honorary Society honors those TSC students who excel in the study of the German language. One of the more enioyable events of German Honorary is the annual Beer Festival at which the members import a variety of German beer to spice up the event. I. .. fa, I' -- ' gg, ef Greeks 5 5? l 'f,,wJ't-5 ' ' H WLM! 'QQ ,W W 3 ,Jw wj, ,T W, i In 1 S 'V V ' ' ' Q , mmm ,LN UM ,W - ,WMU X ?f'2wWL -wgw. N14 , 1 it . M x . ws. Q, 'A www We S Q? 1 M Ha 1 -'Jw if" 1 We Acacia Jeff Szilage voted Mr. Tri-State. Bill Cheney, folk singer. Below: Acacia's FALL FESTIVAL FLOAT. ACACIA is the name of a rugged and strong Evergreen of the Far East. Acacia is also a Greek word which, according to earliest known history, has been used to designate distinctiveness and leader- ship among Mankind. Acacia has also been used to designate the spirit of im- mortality or survival of the soul, and the principles of our fraternity have been built around these symbols. The Acacia Fraternity of 506 S. College Street has a long history at Tri-State Col- lege. ln 1921 as Sigma Mu Sigma, a local fraternity, the chapter became the first fraternity on the Tri-State campus. In January of 1967, this Fraternity was initiated into the Acacia National Fra- ternity. Acacia builds its fine reputation with the school and the community on leadership and hard work. Public Ser- vice proiects, such as an Easter Egg hunt for the children at Pleasant Lake School is an example of the hard work Acacia does to please the community. The main purpose of the Acacia Fraternity is to help its members achieve a better and more useful existence in this world. + ru . , ,, r-1? 11 we K' .. - wi- .. , -- sf . -- ,, -x , 'K ' K L-R: Ed Slye, John Courtney, Howard Hubler, Denny De Mara, Bill Baumbach, Paul Yoder, Jim Hire, Doug Cape, Ken Meyer, Bill Herdrick, Jerry Sorgenfrie, Joe Morabito, Dave Ryan, Norbert Ecker, Mike Donavan, Allan Gill. l l.-R: Jeff Szildge, Ed BOUFTIG, RSX WGfCl, 5T9V9 NiCh0lS, Chuck H0l'5leY, Dove Hallisey, Rick Rammon, Jim Kelly, Bob Shroyer, Dick Fitzsimmons, Gary Davis, Elkins, Charlie Kline, Lenny Speers, Roger Harvey, Joe Stone, Bud Prasf, Tom Chris Hawk, Steve Wyneken, Bill Cheney, Bob McNiff. i 5 . 3 3 Q Atypical l?J party. Joe Sione receives regards from his Big Brother The MAFFIA!!! 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Below: The Ack-Acks enioyed Student Senate's Winter Carnival Dance. 1 X 7' rig KN K Q 1 Jeff Szilage and his wife Candy. 69 :J , ,,,iX,,-f2u.,, . lt Miss Diane Butterbaugh, the Alpha Sig Chapter Sweetheart. Alpha Sigma Phi This indeed has been a very good year for Alpha Sigma Phi. During the year the brothers pitched in and did the landscaping of the county iail and the courtyard in order that the people of Steuben County could enioy a more at- tractive community. Not only did the brothers give their time, they actually gave the shirts off of their backs to help the people who are not too fortunate and gave blood to the Red Cross Blood- mobile. The 68-69 school year was probably the busiest and most complicated year The bowling team captured first place. Below: Relaxing on the front porch. 'qs . .Q if f if aa . . , wt' XL " FY? f s 2 ' it 1 f ' V 'T " ' Q . .c 1 s f- -' f f ,y-A s 'tv f A X ef A 'TNQ is W 1 -2 fs fr ' ft A 1, .2 , - - saw-www f, 1 . 5 " ae. 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Bottom Row: Niles, Riegel, Hart, Hauer, Second row: Bosseler, Gellman, Bennett, Sandidge, Third row: Barrie, Austin, Taylor, Braun, Dedrick, Bible, Fourth row: Franklin, Coy, Borden, Wells, Linard, Stultz. Bottom row: Collura, Wagner, Graf, Kaufman, Doody, Franconi, Second row: Markel, Fako, Fifth row: Campbell, Keller, Bottone, Jerome, Haimbach, Bremer, Gowthrop, Kirchenbauer, DeLaura, D. Markel, Nitta, Third row: Doran Manely, Gobeil, Conn, Sager, Williamson, Jackson. Balogh, Thompson, Kennedy, Fourth row: Sasher, Dalla Palu, Hull, Smith, T. it President Phil Kaufman speaks at Winter Carnival Banquet. ,x ,, imwws, 4' V X23 'J l 'gl 9 K 0 2 K3 ss s lil Q . The Alpha Sigs after a rough football game. Cocktail hour. t W, 'l i . 1 l 1 l l l Below: Don Manly received the scholastic award from Denny Buhrt. r li i t l l downing ss 'rw ve' ' Winter Quarter initiates. Clowning around. Winter quarter pledge class il Folk singing in the Michael Badorian Room. On May 24, T969 the Delta Chi colony was granted its charter. The charter was presented at a banquet at Holiday Inn, and George 0'Bear, the national "cc" was the main speaker. It was a mem- orable weekend for the Delta Chi's at Tri-State. Delta Chi Delta Chi has made several gains in fraternity life at Tri-State College. The IFC Scholarship Plaque was given to Delta Chi for two consecutive quarters for the highest grade point average. We have also tried to make some improve- ments to our property. New furniture While a colony, the Delta Chi's went to the Ball State chapter for initiation. and paneling has given a new look to the inside of the house, while a fresh coat of paint was put on the exterior of the house. Delta Chi obtained a mas- cot Fall Quarter. Erik Q. Kimble, a Nor- wegian Elkhound puppy, has become a campus friend of many students. .D r- .1,,.. 1 lv I .,.,,,..,.. l ' 1 t f i Z ,LY 0 My C qgx X X if , 6 Vi:3L5sf:- WX X 5 Davis? Q sf i fs. lass N 4' new A ? ' Q x 44? gg, QIQF' A f -JZ . . ,,. N. ,. 4 - .. ' Ili Wt.. iff" -5 iw-, Q 1 . G. ,, .. Q if i , J ll f ' 'Q V if ' 'X t ., 4 . ., . QQ, we ll qu. Our new face. The Delta Chi officers, L-R: Ted Snure, Vice-presi- Smith, Secretary. Not shown is Mike Stanley, Trea- dent, Jerry Sager, President, Bill Boyer, Sergeant- at-arms, Richard Wood, Corresponding Scribe, Ron SUfef. ii i ' r Q 3 'E Q17 QT wwf-wi' Seated, L-R: Al Yoder, Dan DeBolt, Larry Dudly, Pete Walters, Second row: Esterly, Ron Smith, Third row: Tom Tecco, Dave Bacehowski, John Groy, Mike Alan Rauh, Dan Marks, Chuck Rheutan, Charlie Smith, Bob Runyon, Mike Stanley, John Weaver. -Sil'9QifgS fiiyc- M ,rank 4 eifffi in c S X Seated, L-R: Bill Boyer, Ted Snure, Richard Wood, Don Stripling, Second row: Gegory Davidyock, George Bender, Bob Thiel, Jim Ransberger, Jim Hahn, Third row: Rich Kruger, Stan Bankus, Jerry Sager. 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FALL FESTIVAL FLOAT. The Winter Pledge-Active Banquet. Below: A Delta Chi Party. l Mike Stanley supervised the construction of the Fall Festival Float. f' 0:51:12-if gh, .5 :QT 14 sr W. 'rs sf as is The Kappa Sig float was iudged as the Most Beautiful float in Fall Festival competition. The year 1968-1969 was a big one for the Kappa Sigs. Previously known as The House on the Hill, we had a year ot great environmental change. With the erection of the new fraternity house and The initiation ot new brothers both The Kappa Sigma house and The brotherhood underwent major alterations. The brothers gave their time and talents to complete the house, as many became week-end masons, carpenters, and electricians in converting the bare cement block room The new house. into a warm and hospitable party area. The new recreation room was soon being initiated, and ceremonies were helped along by the girls of Alpha Sigma Alpha sorority from Western Michigan. Alpha Sigma Alpha from Western Michigan visited Tri-State for a week-end. gi! A wa if T ax Z f r 145 fa.: as MT. 'iwwmi Us sf 5 x - .MA 5375 A. 'K .,,,,,t,,, . 123, V , fgmmvmgsw- ""'- yt., , I 'X J 4 Bottom row, L-R: William San Giacomo, Mick Coutts, Jim Ray, Ed Perusse, Rex Sluss, Steve Bushore, Wayne Shive, Steve LaHood, Brian McNamara, Skip Hos- Beck, Marc Snyder, Rob Beggs, Bob Lampi, Ed Boerman, Russ Burrows, Bob kins, Bob Mayer, Dave Ballinger, Jon Grill. Livingston, Bob Gleason, Second Row: Dr. Hill, Doug McCroy, Bill Cady, Ernie L Bottom row, L-R: Bob Gunn, Allan Abbata, John Overly, Lynn Kessler, Dave Allen, Bill Conley, Jim Anderson, Rich Spay, Bill Maclver, Frank Hall, Walt Barker, Bullet, Rich Kalin, Bob Riley, Chris Mee, Steve Durtschi, Jim Sproaft, Kern, Ken Kohart. Bill Van Sickle, Second row: Mark Peterman, John Towne, Jim Sexton, Richie 79 W . . V , U, 'QQ 954343, 'wr' E, R . ,Ely Q ' Q new ' 6 L.. V , i if .f J J ' Y fi. 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K A A . 3 5 N, if " . . . and a bicycle, and a erector set, and a Mickey Mouse watch like Jimmy Hahn's," were a few items that Bill San Giacomo wanted for Christmas. 81 l Pi '. . ' 1 y.. . y' 'Ii .Q 4 Wise Phi Kappa Theta The Winter Quarter T969 marked a significant step in the progress of the Alpha Gamma Chapter of Phi Kappa Theta. The brothers made a smooth transition into our new house without encountering too many difficulties. Dur- ing the Winter Quarter we had one of the largest pledge classes that we have ever had, and we believe these men will be a credit to Phi Kappa Theta. The Brotherhood is proud to have re- ceived the IFC Leadership Award for Winter Quarter This award is one of the highest recognitions that a fraternity here at Tri State can receive As a Public Service prolect the Phi Kaps chose to help the Cub Scouts Through the efforts of the scout leaders and the brothers a hike was organized for the Cub Scouts and held at Pokagon State Park Chapter Sweetheart Lynn Hutchinson i Putting the finishing touches on the Student Directory Jeff Szilage turns over the office of Student Senate President to Gene Hirniak during Winter Wonder land Week. l l i, l l I n pnuuqu inf bv "" Q53 W- M, my K.. I ' , , ' A . ' ' , we Bottom row, L-R: Neddy, Robin, Krawisck, Marino, Second Row: Swarthout, Mariner, Street, Banwell, Kimbal, Third Row: Beeson, Hofious, Bottone, Chap man, Fourth Row: Sutter, Kretchman, Plewinski, Scotto. ,i 'F' :owns it s..x,L 'M My lf' 4 Ci if YQ' Wg if-Q Bottom Row, I.-R: Patterson, Farrell, Scotti, Franzolino, Hirniak, Hansen, Second Row: Fourth Row: DeAnguIo, Sproat, Rubin, Gavalas, Masiuk, Ritsick. 4, , -,gpnuqu-s--f-f-nv-1-Q-we-M -if W --F - ,i ? 1 5 1,3 V 5 if ' 1 we 3 41 Q ' ' 'i F: Q QA J. 121, X J Edwards, Meehan, Tripi, Brummer, Third Row: Bell, Martin, Lazar, Alarcon is , if I P R A 1 i "ww . AI :'.' ..:1 iff W h a 1542404 f M is , ,V W wr! ll B? N " w is 'Vagas l z Q r A 5 Q Q X 1. it ' , -7 ?k , 1 X , , , x 5 M, The Phi Kap float. Helping out the Cub Scouts ,, vi ' 'f f wi new .-im, H , ,MW ' ,:i:,f'ff7f,M1z'26,'2w ' u Q, -kf,f?Xwms 1 ,hvx , , Ayif f fl' :M .-'f W fi . fGif'ilZf2f1i5yA3,?Q6f "" 'A ' 474221 f. 41.1, . M37 . f A , ,,:'ff, N, 1 W W-if ' - ' QM' X V- f 1 " N ,XA 5,-.5 Q-Q I X, jryffff, , ' f 5,1 i., ,,?f27zw.vfW,W, , 4, , w ww ,.lf.,3:!g,z,g W, , 4 ,Y if , '54 Vfilfvl Tony Scotto relaxing in the new house. by as w The basketball team won six games while only losing one 96 10- 'l wrywim. -s..,-- . Q., -..M , O-.., f D., -..:-f ,gjv . Tom Weakly the Phi Kappa Theta District Representative visited the chapter. L-R, Al Franzolino, Jim Looking fora lost mascot. Scotti, Weakley, Gene Hirniak, and Mike Farrell. Art Gavalas was voted Outstanding Pledge at the Winter 1969 Pledge Banquet. Breaking in the new Party Room. A x " V jg 85 .ry- 'we K K2 '- ., i I. . X. 135' i. ,E -, . f.,,..A . -. '5i'J'1 The 68-69 school year was one ot The greatest years Tor Sigma Phi Delta. Dur- ing the Summer Quarter the Brothers 1 T W started a remodeling proiect that has transformed The Castle and Annex from plain aging houses to modern furnished homes. The highlight ot The year in sports was The undefeated season in The IFC basket- ball league as They compiled a 7-O Sweetheart Miss Rebecca Sue Levers. The Phi Delts were IFC basketball champs. L-R: L. Csokasy, J. Boite, D. DeGroff, E. Jentes, D. Warne, C. Cum- mings, and R. Campbell. Below: The Phi Delts didn't quite win the Greek Week Mud Tug. 'VYTFU-'..'l ' 'T -M' E M- T .T wri' fr , 9. , . Q, A, A Vx A -, gm :W T . .fs iv .4 -4' 4 'X l 'fi-J' T 'X' wwf. 4.9 ,V A B Q' . Y ' ' ' , 0404 . 1 of ' 1 'AYAJ L2 - 'm' f- . ' V i.'1fA'4'l' 'f' . Luft. is T K"53"u':A an-f lv 3 1 A vu .Q W, iv ,,- ,j f5"""'f.T3E2., vt Sigma Phi Delta record. The Fall Quarter banquet was high- lighted as Rebecca Levers was chosen the Sigma Phi Delta Sweetheart for the year. The Winter Banquet was a success as many alumni were in attendance. The Spring Quarter rounded out the social calendar as the Phi Delts had several parties as well as participating in Greek Week. ' . Q37 . 5 J li., Av ' 00" . . anna, 1 ,,-on if ..f"1 WJ" Bottom row, L-R: Jim Taylor, Mike Kobelt, Louie Csokasy, Denny DeGroff, Second row: Glenn Gearte, Chuck Cummings, Ed Jentes, John Bolte, Ron Geese. -'QQ Q 5 1, Bottom row, L-R: Joe Flaherty, Gault, Stanley Wrobel. i i 1 i f 1 Link? bf.. ,ff-ntl if C ',.4 " WT!! W1 1-mb' X A Sz' Mike Friess, Rob Cambell, Greg Sanford,' Jerry Ruschkofski, Second row: James Fleming, Robert Shipley, Dave Warne, Robert THE LOFT was constructed by Mike Kobelt and Doug Focht. im rs: it 1 W K . Fall Quarter Initiation Team. Front Row, L-R: E. Jentes, J. Bolte, R. Geese, Back row: J. Taylor, D. Funk, L. Csokasy, D. DeGroH The Annex. Spring initiates, Richard Zigler, Fred Hawksley and Daniel Dunn. n Spring Quarter Initiation Breakfast. .-numb. Open house. Below: The Castle. wa' 'ff a X9 ' L N. .4 ah. A.. 7 .F 1 sf .4 1-.'!..J I 1 I ' i L ' E-----1 Sigma Phi Epsilon May 4th marked The FirsT anniversary of The Indiana Theta Chapter of Sigma Phi Epsilon. Formerly known as Alpha Gamma Upsilon, The brothers ioined The second largest social Fraternity in The United States in 1968. To commemorate This event a SweeThearT Banquet was held Spring Quarter. As was The Tradition with Alpha Gam, The 68-69 year was successful socially, scholastically, and athletically Tor Sigma Phi Epsilon. Miss Penny Hicks, girlfriend A of a Sig Ep was crowned as Fall Festival Queen. ln Public Relations, The Sig Ep brothers showed Their unity and initia- Tive by large Turn outs To rake leaves aT Cameron and Elmhurst hospitals, and also in cleaning up The Stueben County Home. During The year The brothers also distribuTed United Fund posters and col- lected money Tor The Heart Fund. The Sig Eps were rewarded in The Spring as They received The Public Service Award dur- ing Greek Week. ,V .Qs I A o, .,.. x..x.. A, W . " f ' ski-ULF a- ' . Um! N-' visa: Q . ' :xw 1 '? 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W QW , ,M gs X. ss. ,X r , M ' if I " Raking leaves at Cameron Hospital. 90 Visiting professor Dr. Kramer celebrated his 50th .AF year as a Sig Ep. Below: Sig Eps captured first Race during Fall Festival. place in The B S 1. ' fx 3 5, f fi 4 , ,l fs i Q '3 .H D li Q vt -vs as f. , ' iijffffg, First row, L-R: Terry Todd, Bruce Thrifthauser, Jim Hundley, Joe Rickrode, Jeff Stock, Ed Plank, Garry Niedbalski, Rodney Helwig, Gary Graham, Dave Butz, Second row: Dean Fox, Dave Lathrop, Mike Antala, Russel Armstrong, Shultz, Jay Denny, Fourth row: Bill McGarvey, George Pearson, Harold Dungan, Lee D'Amico, Jim Cooper, Dick Oney, Third row: Ron Flitter, Denny Dave Braun, Fifth row: Bob Palm, Cliff Ambler, Al Werner, Rick Hoover. First row, L-R: John Kozak, Lee McClellan, Tom Votral, Bill Meyer, Craig Stuf- Mullen, Third row: Ron Tanner, Ron Glasgow, John Marley, Art Hinsvark, Dan flet, Ben Selkis, Denny Miller, Second row: Steve West, Joe Bruno, John Sucher, Eycleshymer, Craig Baker, Ed Westmeyer. Don Williams, Bob McCauley, Ken Kelley, Gene Baron, Dave Wells, Carl Mc- l I 3 I., g . ,M , 'R N. ,F , ,, ,fm x 1-'sf ' 'W - Fall Quarter rush supper. li' Iv h ...sf :owes ANANV x V . XX M nn, N4 'E Fall Quarter inific1es with their big brothers. Below: Turning on for the car wash. WSML wa-P' -sf fvrvwii -Q ed ji' tif 1 ,R Sig Eps get the iump. Getting an early start at the beach. Below: Dr. and Mrs. Paleocrassas at the Gambling party. K- ...ffl ' Alai! A ,- X 3,4 .Q .4 ' S :xi '.f'w"'zZ:z4.l l. if-'11 The 68-69 school year proved To be one of hard work and numerous achieve- menTs for The men of Tau Kappa Epsilon. An unfinished house faced The BroTher- hood in The Fall, buT afTer much hard work, The house was finally finished To our saTisfacTion. A few exTra Touches by The broThers gave our new home a warm, homely effecf. Along wiTh a well rounded social life, Tau Kappa Epsilon a fraTerni1y should also be a benefit To college and communiTy. The TEKES proved Themselves capable of leadership by The many proiecTs The broThers under- Took. In The Fall The broThers erecfed The bleachers for The Soccer field and con- cluded The quarTer by holding Their an- nual Orphans ChrisTmas ParTy. A collec- Tion for The "WOWO" "Penny PiTch" was conducTed, and much hard work was puT 115,-ff-f"" E WHS -www WinTer Carnival Queen and Chapter Sweetheart, Lynn Miller. inTo The laying of a sidewalk on campus. The high poinT for The TEKES This year was Greek Week as The broThers capTured four firsT, one second, and The overall Trophies during The highly com- peTiTive week. The men of Tau Kappa Epsilon Throu'ghouT The year have dem- onsTraTed a high level of fraTernaI 'achievemenT in all Their underTakings and plan for a successful fuTure. The brothers pulled To a second place finish in The Mud Tug. X- . . AWPJLVY' l 47f'? 4 CJ Bottom row: L-R, Mark Steffen, Dale Vandebur, Ray Benshoff, Phil Dellegrazio, McCallum, Gary Day, Ron Swiatek, Third row: Chuck Cain, Steve Wilkening Tony Hums, Charles Bowen, Steve Burnett, Jerry Wisler, Second row: Bob Dave Sult, John Whited, George Yatsko. Conklin, Rex Hilton, Daryl Woodward, Art Maciariello, Wayne Neyismal, Ken ...FHL A"-. '77' 1,1- Bottom row, L-R: Cook, Rovonolt, Lourondi, Leo, Second row: Nool, Gorcio, Wobio, Wineholt, Zimonia, Mikols, Shuler, Zagaria, Gilford, Fourth row: Gos- Pyc, Burns, Miller, Shultz, Boben, Malstrom, Land, Linvill, Third row: Meister, sen, Hqller, Miller, Sokol, Blake, Bennitt, Kilgore. -5 E, D ,.,. Q3 . ., A 0 W 'E S, ff' ' is--A-if 1 l i X will A X l W Q sb l . A Q T 1 is X l i I T l f g l ' N' W TEKE'S set up the Soccer bleachers. President Chet Strader accepts Red Cross Blood Drive Trophy from Sig Ep president Gary DeWitt. ,w,,,?,, ,. 'rv 5 f 45 at , .x T ,K-gigs' f"'V,, , A! Q . X T :H , sv, A " v- 1 Jag f , 'Kb . 1 T ' Q , 1? ,335 A? 4 AL Is, Wipkhv T if V13 -' . ' " 1 2 is " ,fs fi -'53 - Yitfsiie 19" T' Qi-.Fix ifljyi. ,if-Q I :mix "rg nf . ,N " -4-11: Alrriskllwu 5al'7..z1k NP' HZ. Aififmgriq DALE VANDERBUR runs for a score. .IL Santa came early at the Tau Kappa Epsilon ORPHAN PARTY. " 'Nik ,wiwg 5 l3..,e:a: '.n2g'Q'f 'ilk 1 E Hu- f ff' " V' i 1 -17 ' Phu , ,, .lag 2 i'I--R,.An- Qffz agf " .I " .' - . E li ke i 0 4 .K n '.:'ns7" Q , .-fa: .V if IP 1 A f . ' '3 P 4 ,KP r'..r L . i K Frater's show spirit as they collected money for a needy family in WOWO'S Penny-Pitch. S Ml' relax. TEKES placed second in football. MIKE ZIMONJA played varsity soccer. 's ax 4. 3 1 .n Housing G K, x , k. if A 1 1 . 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X s an Y Craig Cochran shows why he's champ of Platt Hall '-,jf , .2 . ,. we if Qi ff?" li A ff ' rei n . ,mm 4 U. if N MKHW . We in-is, 5, sf I f .104 fm I .,.0 my 'gf' ggagay C ,,.,.3.s-'z' A,, ,I fi l 55 19 ,f 5:2-s'x.iN? Q 1 , 3:-'L ff' 1 Who says school is all work and no play? 102 Resident Assistants, l. to r. Marty Lougen and Gene Boudreau Basketball was big at Platt Q x l 'H' Y l"ET is we is K 3 3 Q 42 i if Y! President Don Beetz presents Mother's Day flowers to Mrs. Nelson l Z- 1 i N' ",' L , c ' . - ' " .. I V. H -....,-, R , l :Y , inn. .4 his 1' ' l N 'L M in I . ul -. ' thinning-r '..l "FSI 3 as Q . . V 1 , 9' W-v ill lllh. T luis fix! 'ln . 2 ' ll!! ll H' . ll' I A: 1 1-I 1 5 l 3 ' ' auf 'lf 1 Ll ' I I I ll , li ' 1- 1 -v -V' 4712 A Q.,Q"""'q H . is., ' k Ag. fl' 'W' A Q , r ft Q,,..., ' 6, 'j"':' ' f , 1 . . ,. ' . , , , fp, ,, 4 , J FJ., Y The old Homestead still stands after another year. N'-.A F it Platt officers, left to right, Calvin Schuch, Sergeant-at-Arms, Mike Santoro, Treosurerg and Don Bentz, President U. 554556 qgv-me ' w .4n,....,, "'-4-ur. ., Q3 W Good catch, but where's the ball? s i xv" .fowl .,...n.,a-- A., - 4 . 'rf ,, , ,N -V no 4-.Q " Vice-Presidenty Dove Kincaid, .s x Q' Q n ' f f, W, ,1 f' n W 1 3 5 f am N ,sig 6 gf , 2, gov...-1 f "iss . l' wk., '1 ,xx " "U- 'I 1' S 4 Cameron Has A K. E njoging Year i If .38 I m,Qaa:w fE' lmmfvwwn' R, HWWMNQWW, Q 3 i v 2 5 I 2 S I P i ? Home, Sweet Home in WWWW W psmw ' w , Lxggsg - ,S aw- HF f if i K , D X: A x . 2 M- x Q ,,,. , Y 2' ,f all 6 A K in ,E ,. . " 9 ' I , ani, 5 Can-leron dance was G big success Dorm meefmgs get everyone nnvolved Mu., -1: x. : . .gfrfvag 1 . , -1 ,.,, ' . zeefiie, M ' - .A Vg , '.., ' 'S 1 W .g 31 5 11 1 fl' 9 x MR X R 0 5 ,EL li sg' 'Y J' ,,,,, 'ii 5 C .ir '! , YG-at vs Practice makes perfect The rise .... ........., .,,,,, ,. 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N fr' Dorm officers of Stewart Hall are Robert Smith, treasurer, Dave Peiffer, president, Mrs. Collings and James Darcy, Vice President 106 Stewart is the largest dorm on campus X rss ,.,.,. , V V XNUQN rig vw? , 112. W' 35 . 1-- W , . , M., - I ,L as SGW - 3 "ig mmf? 'l gvjl it , . 4 'Q 4 ,..,.,, . sg -'---1 ' 1 Studies are important .J gym . t , A , , ,,sY,cf,3, Y paw I J. ' L N. . , .4 5-. l v '4 ..J Pie eating contest was something else 'P . f 4 Shake it! , -f L. 5. 1. Q - 49 ' - 3 , 4- n ,- ' Q - A B ' ' .. , gi . B fi il? ii 4' 49" , ,J 1 -, Resident Assistants, l to r, Joe Borelli, Chet Wesolowski, Bob Ross, Bob Helm, Jim Stafford, Chip Hall, Jack Van Hoover, and Bill Keith 'md -M g b-M sg' I rf ,g ,fs jf X 'T-1 ' Ri 1. fu Hamburger eating contest was a big sucess. h HQ, : Dur Newesi Addilion: Unil "D" Newly built Unit "D" View ZS , illlnnmfmm N Si WS X, , , I , fx , , ggi. f M Wg X 5 . s 'Q z J lf N g " SY ' ' ,, I 'Z . ' fix 030600811 1 V X , 'X ,fi Q .ff fi P' rx,--Q ff 4' fi in 1 Ugg: A ,D ,, W X .fs ' 4 .Su-e D 354' ' , Dante Pasfro enterioins some Unit "D" guest Relaxing in The lounge 108 IH!!!-I ll ,gk '. life .4 'ff GT? Q 0 , Are you really a girl? ll A Quick game before classes mx l l ? 5 i I 447 'A 'J' ,,.4 , f , in l ? la Girls leave for the Unit "D" party W 5 Nv- gl Y- W! .W rx, ww- fu... mm. Girl !Girl ! "mw..,,,N Edelweiss H ll x W so Some of the girls 3 v 1 The spotlight of Tri-Store College-Edelweiss Hall FF 0' V 4 V Q 1 1 ,i. , l 5 .i.i.., i, , ,vi, f e, - fr e . iii i ' ig? if ' 3' . ' f V, K, fAV-f l A r ii , 9 .P A Ig' lf A, -f'? K E 5 "MDE left fo right, Joyceline Thompson, Barb Lenke, Linda Kling, Ginger Loucks, Christine Wong, rl and Lindo Losee NJ N R N U 1 4 - , """"'9 '- Y v ... -4 -v 'xx , 11.1 ' s "U V :Q 11' 5.13 F g v . nlj .,. I "' . L-. v'- I zz... -:gi J' 1 -+A-' 'lei-' . +3311 .X " i':!l1 ..I,.:. ' + ifzif- '- r, 4 a ...- I, ,,, -ln- ,i fl N 'lzxz - Ginger relaxes with her guitar Q l -nl' 1 "'--f- K l ,L-,"e' Jody relaxes in the lounge 'T' Dorm officers are Linda, Secretary Barb, President, and Cinda, Treasurer U - it i 1 The girls decide to have a sit-in 'X' l , V 1 E , i 'L e Q' as .Q s ,. Ar t ,V 'V 2 rx ., Q Q X W S, r 'e ff 'xfci x y 4 xml' W Sm. is 52 "s?'lf,fa iw ,V,,, e Q , ,Q ,X . X ..,.... . . . ,, W X . gk , Wk Q2 , , e . i it WQSS: X Q 5 ' f 1 5- ' N My gg . M f ' 1 ,Vx , , X I -, s f V 'yi x xmas M .g i 3 A - l K its iw EL, m e X, QS 'Q - F" X -l L ,. S: six Q- f . .I Q' is is so 5 Wk Y gkqvi 'bang , 1. ,, ,. , We . W, N Married Students Live Evergwhere Apartments are used by the married students . . """""W1w Qg 1 l 'li 1 digg? Self-1 e ,wa s 1? '11 Y, :ll . trailers also make college homes. Jeff and Candy Szilage relax at their cottage 112 we , L l college owned Tri-Stan housing offers limitless experiences for married students to become "Do-lt- ourself-er's'." , wnuggzmw "' f icq 4 H W 7?- i 2 L, , , ' ' 'A' N 1 M " if 2 V 5 Q ti, u in , , Y Y Q X .X Ww,,, 4 ,Mi Q. fig, b ,I f z tw "f' ' t p 4 5' l l 1 4i""'-s.y- Married students enioy some of the outside sunshine W , Q, Qt , ' ' x .., ' Q Aihleiics ,, 1. fig, +1 4 22 ,'f'41ws' "7" W ' 25? Q54 gtg' . MQ fi 'A " ,V 'J , . E7 JZWW2 '-7,5 " f 'N 4? J 'F A X 1 'ff ff, M 37 71: nl ' m x 1, gy , I 4- fi M 4 A yd V .1 ,K ff My v -. -,NM ' , K ' ,av +354 Qwxv sl? ' .. - ' !L"2.- ', 1: M f . . f-.. g f Q Q, 1, 4' , ., - - . Q J ' W 'W V' x 1??7aq,, W - my xl j in 413 .2 A 1 ' ' V3 'Z 'f x v Q , -W , . ., .. 'W' R? f we 959,-4f"1 .. ,:f.' Q ' Mgr'-:GV Nh ,WW I ,,,u5vw, qzwi ivfa fl vf mx 3 175 ! , J V. Ib , 1 A- b fn , A M , , .1 Tidy' I ,, 4- ,A K 1 YM., , , .v W. W 2 ig W 4 Q 4 W al. k V. '.- .., , , R '15, f f .v w -A f U 4' ,ww 5 f, 7 " . 35 Q f Xv253WfV,g -if ' Q X x t 5 I E' ' ' , Q 1 2 wg '- fiffiwf 3-, v . , 5 1 A f ,' 2 J , 1 Q ggi f:i.,,i x J, 1 .4 , mm , Q 1 5 f , f ' , - 4 V, w 1 f X f ,gf ,1 f, - . if 1, I , - ,fn if . v , . 'vfrgifx ' ' f J , f av - 5 fyv N M in mx ,KX 4 1 -85 1? 0 ii ei T969 Soccer Team, L-R: Greg Powers, Bill WalTer, Chuck Borneman, Al Franzolino, Tim Meehan. Back Row: Mike Zimonia, Lou Csokasy, Dan Benfz, Jody Engle, Tim Taylor, Richie Allen. Borneman Qoccer's Mosl Valuable Plager The Soccer Team, under The leadership of Coach Behee, suffered a sour season by losing The firsT Three games. Hindered by iniuries, The Team was unable To prove iTself unTil Homecoming and The game againsT The Indiana-Purdue Re- gional ExTension. Using Their new field, The Team baTTled To a 4-2 vicTory before an enThusiasTic crowd. Led by The all around fine playing of Chuck Borneman, The four goals were scored by Tim Mee- 116 han, Greg Powers, Bill WalTer and Rich Allen. Their efforTs were a greaT sTimu- lus To The Team even Though The Team losT iTs nexT few games. The Final home game of The season was again played on The new field where The Troians baTTled The sTrong ex- perienced Team of The UniversiTy of To- ledo To a 4-4 Tie. Here again The Team played well buT like The resT of The sea- son, They were up againsT a more ex- perienced Team. AfTer The game Chuck Borneman was chosen as The Team's MosT Valuable Player. This was The Team's firsT year in The Mid-CenTral Conference and as a resulT, The firsT Time The Team had meT The op- ponenTs. NexT Season, The Team will have iTs nucleus reTurning and should make a beTTer showing. qt: 'Mit fn ,Q tx: 4 l- 4-At' .u A pf. ag rg., M ses' We Q if 'im' 'lf"p2 A . . . A 1 rv .mfs - ' C 5' X: IX . I -'QK7 "N-10: S-tgQ,3:mr A S Lou Csokasy attempts a goal. .rye ,ren AI Franzolino talks over game plans with Coach Behee. SOCCER SCORES TSC 2 St. Francis 5 Huntington l Grace 4 Indiana-Purdue O Concordia l Huntington 3 Defiance l Indiana-Tech. 4 University of Toledo l Spring Arbor K 1 'S 1 .1.,..,.,4.. + v 4 . ' ' ' 1 ' 'tm in -4. - .., , ..- M '9""' lx , f l . 'L in .,,.,, 4' 4 . a , .- ' ' . ?i of '- rlglwt-,A .4 ,. X fx ' Q11 2'f"'hr1v4 was I ' A .,, - A' we Y . , S. T . VT A ..a,. WM A l i --1 1 9.45.0 M - . se 4'-. 345' -. ,:,.. , 9 ji., - sz. "' 3 i..., Al Franzolino prevents an unwanted goal. 5 A . 1 1 ,N Q, 'im'-A+ Q t 1.1. gil ll Nl N lf ' ' ,W , X . ' 3 - . I '. s : in ?iQ ' 4 Q is A .N ,, -Q 'Q . 'fm' 3. . :Qi l- I ky.: , . 'QW ..,w ' rm- "l 'wr 'w nl.-Aggyy..Q! 'W '8"3',t-:WNW-srrcwz I x,f" '..a. 1413, to-. Q I -, ' .wr fs sg Vp pg-Q4 si QB' OPP. 5 6 4 2 3 3 8 4 4 9 117 swarm' -M Qs -Y s X f... -J . 'l-ff -' 4 - . J .3 - .M 5 X . . " ' , i 'MJ - , Q . 's..,..-ft" E U" , 6 -1 'lsr , T i gy . f - 3' . 'U l i I .. Vigo 'wx sy i' . - A his. ' 7 ' 'S , , , ,A I ,. . x - J x if .. r gi ,I Y - ' I . ,N , ' Q F, 1 Q., . 1 . JV- vi -, Q . f f ll xl N M 'r if +5 7 C . X 4 -32 . . . 2, , gh- 1 V' 2 1 ss X H ' S' . -5. - . 5 all 'QQ . Q rg- K 5 - J x ,, 3 AWK sig X .. - 1- ' , -1- -v N . .1 9- 1 " X X . QE K 1- ,H 54 452 ,nuff ,- Q ck K? .ss .. .. Y - - -. rf . , J i A 1 4 k K 2 X i s . x.,s,,.gX x T T ' v X ,,,.. .. M, asf 1 1,5 f Sf f A 1 af an ' l,"l , 1, 2 I s 1 ...sw 2 j ,.nsQnms,-- -"T ff . L ,- I A 'ii My t 5-5 'L ,J U i mg l, -X , Er' T 'sf ,is ' A M is ,,.v. ' ' nf fl P vs" L . 5' was wif- 5 J he Conference Champions-The Tri-State College tennis team held the Mid-Central rightl Coach Jim Jennings: Bob Wagner, Bob Carpenter: Scott Gifman l5T0f1Cl' Conference Championship for the third straight year. Shown are lseatedl, left to ingl MC-irls Fox: Ahmet Borekcig Nuri Hamamciogluy Jim HOUSI- Tennis Team Wins Third Straight MCC Championship The Tri-State tennis team swept to its third straight Mid-Central Conference championship this fall on the play of nearly unbeatable sophomore, two vet- erans and two freshmen. Sophomore Bob Wagner playing in the No. 3 spot, was undefeated through ll singles matches. Teamed with senior Ahmet Borekci, Wagner lost only once in doubles. Junior Jim Hauer and freshman Nuri Hamamcioglu battled for the No. l spot through the short season. Hamamcioglu had a 9-2 record in singles, and Hauer 118 stood 8-3. Teamed in doubles, they stood 5-6, including a match that was forfeited because it had no bearing on the team result. Borekci finished 6-4 in singles and 9-l in doubles. Freshman Mark Fox posted a 2-5 rec- ond in singles and teamed with Wag- ner for a victory in his only doubles match. Tri-State finished 9-l in the MCC and 9-2 for the season, losing only to Grace in the Conference and to Spring Arbor in the non-conference. .-nf""' Stepping back, a TSC tennis player is shocked at the speed of the serve. tw , it 4 I I ,, . . f. . ,I Wgglic '55, md x ,ei J.. E .. It at ,- ,A :iw jk .Mg,iMk -- , -.-..+ . , ,,, ,B . ,Q-1 ,- wwe V- --. , .., , ,... ,,. .awk M SW, - s V , -ww 'f -swf 4, ' 1 1 s 1 -sf 4 , . 1 ,fm ' 'Qt-K ,Ja-W4 H .31-mol. . ,e Amhet Borekci battles his opponent . . . . as Scott Girman sets up for a serve. SEASON RECORD Singles Nuri Hamamcioglu 9-2 Jim Hauer 8-3 Bob Wagner 11-0 Ahmet Borekci 6-4 Bob Carpenter 1-3 Scott Girman 1-1 Mark Fox 2-5 K 'C Ain -ww-,f . -, ,, The follow through of Scott's serve Ishown abovel is an important step in any tennis players serve. ..-a. , In 4 iz ,Q 31, ,N V 4 gf B X . 4 ab X 42 x , , 4 ,ev 9, mrs. 1-4'-'M N' ""' x . 5 X . was ,,.Mi,,ar we Y iv ww ,M . ,RD tx s ..,, . 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Q is ,, I aff V' K John Udris takes his lost practice shot before game h time. Left: Willie Stubbs goes up during proctice. i 9 Road To The MCC Basketball Championship . 0 l'o'e':':'::f:'g , o ' V Q 0 o'p' .0 . .l.O.l.l0O.1 0 , '.0.0.0.l'a - 4 , o l o.:,:.:.:' '. I 0 0 o . 0' o o o'o':' 'I O 1.0 ' 0.0.0.f.f 5: .... . 3.0 0 o o .. 1. ..' .. -- .4 -1. l Q -- -Q. I 1 -Q ?., 5 if ,gh ,,, ...- V 4 , -.... s- i. I LM W ... - , V I .2 i , . ' l f ' N Qwg-. ann i -l """-Q1f'--4-"- --........ .1-if -.. ai 'F A 3 , 4' , Mid-Central Conference honors for Coach Mark Peterman and two Tri-State players topped off a basketball season that was mostly pleasant in review for Troian partisans. Peterman, who guided Tri-State to its third straight MCC championship and the first undefeated sweep in conference history, was named Coach of the Year. Senior Ed Schmaltz and Jon Grill were chosen for the all-conference team. Eight men carried most of the load cis the Trojans raced through their best sea- son with a 24-4 record and swept the MCC TO-O. Backing up the two seniors and three juniors were sophomores John Towne, Willie Stubbs and Mark Hayden. Freshman, John Udris, got into 23 games and scored 118 points. The other freshmen on the varsity squad-Jon Liechty and Mike Meiser-put in most of their playing time with Junior varsity. Schmaltz, Livingstion, Towne, Bal- linger, and Grill started most of the games, but Berger, Stubbs and Hayden saw plenty of action. The team had no one big scorer on which its fate de- pended, and each of the eight was high in at least one game. 8 V' f i ' 1 Q mf. . M59 is f f A ff 4 rs '- M v wiv of fa - .ffr.-.-vw 'M f ' r f - .1-'s sssflfh. :Q J Qt- 'r W'-tf.:e?ivfi if ezfjzwfffffw '5w"L5W?'? 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"'- .... 121 TRI STATE COLLEGE BASKETBALL 1968-69 Spring Arbor Indiana Central Goshen Cedarville Grace Northwood Calvin St. Francis Olivet Judson lovertimel Lake Superior Spring Arbor Franklin Indiana Tech ltwo Huntington Grace Findlay Concordia Indiana Central Indiana Tech Grace St. Francis Marian Concordia Spring Arbor Huntington Manchester Indiana Northern OPP. 76 94 72 58 76 59 66 67 79 76 71 82 71 overtimesl 101 63 85 66 77 106 68 80 81 95 82 71 64 79 68 Willie Stubbs, Mark Hayden, and Dave Ballinger concentrate on that all important second half. . W .. I 11 , .. X ,, ' ff 1 .' p:,r4s5'- 1 ' 1-'Arwen' H -"-'- Q ' . - - '. ,i:. . , ., , , y -s , 'Q' Dave Ballinger brings the ball down court for the Troians. ' bv' Q 12" ,114 O W 533' 1? sim AM. , ve John Udris shoots his free shots as the Indiana Central boys direct traffic. WJ ,,, S 53, it Yfluig-4, ht , t 95 ie ,V 1. f it ae f, Flying John Udris is back up by Jon Grill during one of his spectacular shots. 9 i'- Q-L - - - milf, T W O' fb.. YQ is , Q-is r i ,Q ' c T 1 Q3 Si. Ji : NA Jf' fig - Y 3 Q in X egg I 1 ,sr 1 Q F1 J. -M. WN 1 ii: if Ahh , :ilk li. A Mid-Central Champions-Members of the Tri-State College golf team, champions Tom Markelg Jeff Jackson, Mike Esterly, Randy Webber, Bob McCauley, Steve of the Mid-Central Conference for The 10th straight year, are lleft to rightl: Scagnoli, Bob Gunn, Gregg Berry, and Coach John Nigro. Golfers Mid-Central Champions: Lose NAIA The Tri-State College golf team, cham- pion of the Mid-Central Conference for The Tenth consecutive year, tried and failed to hang onto its Third straight ln- diana NAIA title. The Trojans took the MCC crown by only two strokes at Fort Wayne, posting a five-man total of 418 strokes to 420 for St. Francis. Tri-State's domination of NAIA District 124 21 golf was ended after two seasons when Franklin College took first place to go on to represent Indiana in the national tournament. The Troians had to settle for fifth place with 618 strokes at Shady Hills golf course near Marion. Franklin won with 594, breaking Tri- State's meet record of 600, and was fol- lowed by Northwood with 610, Indiana Central with 612, and Hanover with 613. Randy Webber, captain of the team and a senior, tied for fifth place among individuals as he shot 79-70 in his final rounds of collegiate golf. Freshman Gregg Beery was next with 80-74. Senior Mike Esterly ended his college career with 78-79. Junior Bob McCauley carded 78-80 and freshman Jeff Jackson had 85-78. GOLF 1969 Ball State 16 Tri-State 2 Butler 12 Tri-State 3 t Tri-State 9112 St. Joseph's 5112 'X IQ Tri-State 13112 Indiana Tech 1 112 Tri-State 14112 Grace 112 X J Y Alma 8112 Tri-State 6112 X' Tri-State 8112 Toledo 6112 1 Tri-State 10 Adrian 5 Tri-State 8112 Huntington 6112 Tri-State 15 Ind. Northern O Tri-State 11 St. Joseph's 4 Tri-State 10112 Concordia 4112 Tri-State 10 Grace 5 , X ' 1 Tri-State 8112 Indiana Tech 6112 P1151 5 St. Francis 8112 Tri-State 6112 X I i k h. f h b h. Tri-State 7112 Huntington 7112 """f'-MC' Jeff Jac son its out o t e rus Tri-Smfe .lo St. Francis 5 lm Tri-State 9 Concordia 6 ' MCC Tournament-First Tri-State 8 Olivet 7 x , Tri-State 8 Bethel 7 Tri-State 13112 Manchester 1 112 5332, Disfrid- 21 NAIA Tournqmem-..Fiffh Senior Randy Webber, using. his Sports Illustrated . swing, tees off for the awaiting green. il 1 " '- . ' ' ' " If 2. 1 I 1 I T 3, 1,51 4 i Tom Markel follows through on his tee off. 'Q fl -l f Bob Gunn gets a line on the cup. Left: In deep concentration, Steve Scagnoli, steadies his hands for that important putt. we Aff 9- ,,. QQ' 4 'Yrs-.P 1 V . N K. P 3 X 4 lxx l i Il 'n "'l""Iii 'JT lugvlri 9 V I W X , l A 5 T 5 A' SFX l Above-Members of the Tri-State baseball team are: Kneeling lleft to rightl, John Scarmana, Allen Abbara, Brian McNamara, Student Manager Tom Trenchard, Roger Schumann, Mike Chaney, Pat Rogers, Denny DeGroff, Jon Milbrandtg standing, Coach Pete Hippensteel, Dale Waltz, Dave Warne, Armand Belardi, Alan Atwood, Ken Ward, Bob Lockhart, John Towne, Terry Roberts, Dick Bible, Lanny Frisco. 126 xl? 'fs Tri-STaTe College owns a share of The Mid-CenTral Conference baseball cham- pionship on a pair of 4-3 vicTories over ST. Francis, and official calculafions gave The Troians The MCC all-sporfs Trophy as a resuIT. Tri-STaTe's season standing was 8-11. Dave Ballinger was voTed The Team's mosT valuable player leading in baTTing for The season wiTh an average of .4-44. Dale WalTz had The besT won-losT record among The piTchers aT 4-3, and Roger Schumann had The besT earned run average aT 3.90. Diamondmen End Season wiih MCC Crown 5553 A The first baseman afrempts To tag out The runner. 5 , , lv A af , 5gi?3iw T f A lf 'fy ...f Q . .51 -151 ,,, T . if gg., .f' UW! The catcher flashes a signal and The pifcher Throws a slow ball. 127 I "in - ' """'Wk'w.Y,, ll ll W - . 7 magma ll xv L :IS S W Q E 151 mi? S T 4.52 ,gg Q ' . 'fl X may , ' if 1 ilggli u! ' I L---5 - feel f -.. ,gc Tri-State Trackmen-Kneeling lleft to rightl: Jim Diehl, Chuck Bayman, Jim Phil Bard, Dick Brozaites, Ken Jagger, George Gustovich, Jim Kaur, Greg Schnaithmann, Carney Rhinevault, Ralph Butler, Mike Wendell, Bob Covill, Powers, Dave Potter, Bob Carroll, Coach Jim Jennings. Al Young, Tom Sloan, standing, Manager Ron Kolbe, Ron Roese, Greg Warren, Cross Counh-g-Track Open And Close Seasons TRACK 1969 Tri-State 75, Grace 70 Manchester Quadrangular-Fourth Taylor Triangular--Third Concordia 114, Tri-State 46, Huntington 22 Tri-State 75, Indiana Tech 70 MCC Meet-Fourth Hillsdale Carnival-Fifth Tri-State 81, Goshen 62, Huntington 36 128 f Y v 7' -f. A if , 'S ,sf 1 W fl A , fx ,L if 1 W 8 Q, if f . , . , ,Xu .Lf Q JY if , Mg 4 , Vs 'wx , if , 6, X ,,4,.! gg,5:,Wo wi, gm - fy 3 "W Wg. ' mfg ,inf gfgn, 4' 1 , , ,,,wx 75, .4 sm ,ZZ , 1 ' it iwktakr x 4 'N' ,' ff, , V , mf,-,, J Q ' . , ,bi "What am l dom out here W "- ,. K am are let to rnghtl John Scarmana, Tony Rogan Coach, Carney Rhinevaulf, and Ron Roese , x. , flxy . Q", 3 , .fri N W- - ' H. . . T, , 3-09-A K vig In -pity , V IXQ. V my " nf. Nfl?" ' v 'ig 0 A ' ,rv, y.. ',, . 'K a W Y' 1 '?'f5'?""?1"L'Y l 'Ziff .S AW!" i ye qv- if lg ' 1 cr I X gk 'Q-Auf: 99' Z ,, ,, --f i ' I '5' 9' 4, 'i . - .1 .: ,,g.,1.,1A 5-' J ?iFF!5t.wl1M1'M1'- 1 ' 1, " 'gi ' 'I -'Wan' xAU'.s, I gy- A Q W. V . A ,.a,Hy', . lf., , M, ,., L, 4- ninil' encing Team Grows To Foil. Sabre. 8c Epee I if W M Q P Wi , "QQ we e gr, wit wut Wig? .M 6 , 'S f W , .KP V ' M 'Y Q!-, N 4 .n , " ." ' f QR N? e 'ii i Q 8 , C gl, , f Q Q N ,U 1' S , , . ' fe: Q Q" 75 'Ea ' , yan 'S 3' J. QM I ff 9 H ' ' ' 'ig i ' Y - ' sq, , , if 'fa ' ,Qi J . ' Q' Q. Y We K 1 X A ' - X a+ v - -,' 'A X--Q it Q Q. .- V, 1.-fwQ, aff ffi"?e f' .A ' , . 'f , x NO... A, -A 1' i ' ' 9' i X x xl I f P X IQIEN ,, X, , ,,1. N " Q ,-.. , ' sliggsif' - K1 "wi 'fi " fi ' Y - 'W 4 ' ' X ' W: . N - 4 QQ V4 K , t V ,S . gf 3 I ., V. 1 ,Ik L . , xx nfl . K N . :'NfrRQw.,., 5, - gt A wi, 4 g Hx x A 8 if A xx W M-N it 1- ,, gy, X X ,, Q, x , V ,,,. 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KZ 1, fl' Yi' 1-8' r 3' ,- '. +- ,gf-' as . 1-:w K l,..Q!-,' 1 i it SP lfxftvlr .-fir i . -2 ....-nl 5' ,grim G 'v '1 1: ,N Senior Medals were presented to Stan Frey, lleftl team and sabre captain, and Dennis Maugherman, lrightl foil captain. Undergraduate medal winner, Leo Wang, lcenterl epee captain. W- sis. -nal-I 1. FENCING 1968-69 TSC OPP 3 Indiana Tech 24 12 Culver Military 15 7 U. lll.-Chicago Circle 20 6 Notre Dame 21 8 Iowa 19 6 Culver Military 21 Great Lake Invitational at Notre Dame-Ninth ,r-, 1--A 1 Ls M """"""""""' sq-.-1............. Y. n-'bull I fp DF' V s ...JN Qi' Q of' "I'Il beat you with one hand tied behind my back." Left: One slip and a man could get killed at this sport. 131 nl Cheerleaders Boosi The fire in TSC spirit didn'T die cs this fire did . Y W , M5"1fgk, 344549 LH 'a 'l 'fee ew wwwwme EQWQQ , . A. , I y qw, 'C is fy' ,A X 1 Jr f Q, 1 5 0 Ji' 1? gf .1 x 1 pl YA: -w ..i ' ' f fix?-5-1, '3f,fi'm"2'521f'?,,f-' . 5 , 'ff ' , .,, N.. i. :wi , , X 1:4 ,A ,if My 1 , H, sw, .iffgh Ajj1!.n,' . Ax- ' vitfizfiafzi gem PM 'H K sifij ang, Hmfy L : Ly ff Q15-11 ' 22 ' 'f.11ff'e'T-' ' ' A , Q sm ' .1 . ' 5 n 11 wypiw Left: Miss Cindo Losie School Spiril . . . but continued all year long with The help of our Cheerleaders Right: Miss Bcrbcro Lenke ' 1 . I Y n x r r l Adminisiraiion 4 Dr. Richard M. Bateman-President Tri-Sfote College 'I 6 E LLLL l Dr. L. A. Willig-Executive Vice-President. Adnnn. Backbone Cf School Tri-State is a private, non-profit insti- tution ot higher learning which special- izes in preparing young men and women for careers in engineering and business. Many ot these students choose Tri- State on the recommendations of indus- trial employers and ot successful Tri- State graduates. Tri-State has an ex- cellent reputation with a large number of national companies who have em- ployed Tri-State graduates. Hundreds of these companies recruit each year on the Tri-State campus. The reputation of Tri-State College is built on her ability to graduate men who, with a minimum ot additional training, can take their place in business and industry and perform in responsible positions with competence and ability. ,Q- l Dr. Bateman dictates to his secretary, Mrs. Scott. ESM , rx 7 ff , , ed Dean Lifts Qualilg Ol' T.9.C. Facultg Ever since Dr, Frederick J. Bogardus came To Tri-STaTe College in i962 as Dean of The Faculties, he has added The personal Touch To The hiring of only The best of The available professors and instructors. Dr. Bogardus received his B.S. from Rose Polytechnic lnsTiTuTeg his M.S. from Yale University, his Ph.D. from Purdue Universityy and his P.E in The sTaTes of lndiana and Pennsylvania. A A cert. , . . fw -A 95' s vc. ,wc X f ..:r,i .,. ,f 41? . y ss. v. ,wg ,ff , ' M7 YW' QM, ji., 'V X' V . 1 kv' bn 'r" Dr. F. J. Bogardus-Dean of Faculties. .'N.1 :qi-fl ,T 1. its ig? ,, Dr. W. L. Scott, Dean of Students. 138 1-uh God's beauty portrayed in ice Student Affairs Headed Bg Dr. Scott Students at Tri-State College are en- couraged in their professional develop- ment by an attitude and atmosphere of mutual respect and helpfulness. Student activities, housing, student discipline, as well as all other facets of student lite, are so oriented as to provide students with the most productive environment to meet their educational challenge. Dr. William L. Scott-Dean of Students, with Mr. Gehlhausen, Student Personnel Counselor Funds Raised Bg Assistant To President 'gm Mr. John W. McClellan came to Tri- State College in 1964 as Assistant to President Richard M. Bateman. Tri-State operates on an income deriving 7570 from student tuition and 257, from outside sources. Mr. McClellan works year round securing needed funds from industry, governmental agencies, and foundations. Mr. Clellan received his Bachelor of Science degree from Miami University. J. W. McClellan-Ass"r. to the President. aq- ya vw -uv ,lv one V v H w-X, 'if 2 4 I W' ,iq-v-.ffgywr-1 H 2 qs in ljgcfnyflfxxsew mng'ig:QZQff,?,g,f, , I no so as 3: an Q an ygjzq an i as fvwmfqm 1 x fun figs: :S it , . , g My ! ' 'i' Qfus fav' . g v .ll - i f Q G ll! f as , as IZ' """ 'W 'H ' Wf " "' P ,w"' 'F ZW' "' QW ""': , ,i V! , fiikfwfs 'i M-sf f 1"1"f1tN! E'l 9"w'3 ' i " ""'a2 ix i on .ana as ' L-if if " X is 5 43154: nz.,gguo 1 1, f 530 E 'nga gg 17' Y .. 9 ,jf -2 i 4 59 A-i" W I' f if f?'stS' cf! . fl ,. 4 ff, 'gl " . b I-I I S .. 'ss 2 :NZ .A 7,354 ,ti shi :Jw 'YEA - -115 Milf 2 'jg -sr 'P ff -- -- yn - ur , - friv . L -v .P 'W W ,un , ngvixxfkg,-M f- xt ...W ffl S wig ? " ""ig?g "'Q ""' I .,.. --gg so as f . Q1 MIG ,f as ,na , sn' glut, gg 30 n-gan: xrslvss' f law at-5? ' H rif f, Cl P ' -'N 2142 if i Z ' L: 7' P. ' Ns J .. W W, - gs we-ii UQ 'W 2 as A ru I' an as in ' ' - .- - 1,-. Q 'vaseli- AQ- itz- . J' ' - 'H' . .f Ab'CflK0QhMNi-. X l 1 1 A i, Q" :"'5'v ' 'Elf --1."'z14rsv1':.,4.fmi" -+147 7 . I Wing' fl: , ' rx g 'law 'dl aft '- '.- - ' X ff Stewart Hall. 140 af" ,f ai,-v-+ iv' r'A" ' w ,f f 'rf BN- A X '. X 1... 1 'jg 'N' 7 Y if , ,7 r NU Administration Building Leckner ssists willig R. J. Leckner, Assistant to the Vice-President ., ' Ng A W , X x ms-fl I., pf .':f s , ,,,, if 14 ,, ,E 5343 , . I Q XT N .XXX s Enrollment Increases Each Year J. Glenn Radclitte, registrar and Di- rector ot admissions, came to Tri-State College in 1936. Helping him screen ap- plicants tor admission is his assistant, Mr. Joe Swihart. Mr. Swihart received his A.D. from Carroll College and his M.S. from Indiana University. 1946 brought Billy Sunday to Tri- State as Secretary-Treasurer. He is as- sisted by Ralph Martin, a 1957 graduate of Tri-State College. J. B. Swihart-Ass't. Registrar 81 Admissions Counselor. Treqsui-er'5 Office 142 -!Y49t!-'Iunnupiar Dr. J. G. Radcliffe-Registrar 81 Director of Admissions ,li 1, 1i ll WHICH F-mmm,-Q A. . ,,.- I .h 9 - X Q B. E. Sunday-Secrefo ry-Treo su rer. ki-5.-mt... ...up-5. .,. I 'Q 1 I .M-"Jn X- A K+ X .F 'A ...V ,Q R. H. Martin-Ass'1. to the Treasurer. 1 It fx 41 f 4? X. ,X if .'? v-Q 1-'F viii. 143 Alumni Ass'n Strengthens Tri-State There are about i4,000 active alumni. Scattered worldwide, they are continuing to uphold and strengthen the image of Tri-State College. Through a national alumni association and nearly 60 chapters, they give valu- able help Through student recruitment, advice, financial and other support. They elect three members to the Col- lege board of trustees, thereby assuring themselves a voice in College affairs. They hold annual homecoming on campus, featuring class reunions, a din- ner and the recognition of outstanding alumni with the association's Dis- tinguished Service Award. Through correspondence, the quarterly magazine, campus visits and presi- dential visitations to chapters, communi- cations lines with the College Adminis- tration are kept open. ,yfl 1. K Q!,.s.n,..,,,,,f4ag Mrs. L. K. Emerson-Special Ass't. to the President In R. H. Ramsey-Director of Alumni Relations. 144 R. W. Gilbert-News Director. T. L. Ricks--Purchasing Agent. Awww me-of Former A.P. Man Heads News Service Ron Gilbert, former newsman in the Indianapolis Bureau of the Associated Press, became Director of News Services in 1967. Under Mr. Gilbert's assistance the News Service office endeavors to dis- tribute all the college news that editors will print and broadcasters will broad- cast, to all the newspapers and broad- cast stations that might use it, and to report the newsworthy activities of each student to his home town and area newspapers. General news stories are sent to dailies, weeklies and stations in the commuter area, to metropolitan papers interested in the area, and to the wire services. High school-newspapers in the area and trade publications receive stories of special interest. The office maintains a card file that lists each student's home town and area newspapers. Releases on enrollment, achievement, graduation of each student are sent to the listed papers. The NEWS LETTER is published weekly for the trustees, faculty, staff, and friends of the college. Lucy Emerson developed the opera- tions of the News Services over a period of 17 years, serving as Director from 1950 until she retired in 1967 to become Special to the President and Alumni Publications. 145 1 gg ,gh . g 9 M is 1 HL EYE I-I E 5 5-iii-i if-vjf is-29 51 171 And? ' fi 'VK .-MJSJN' ' Af -viral W, x .--T7 ff 'v V 75- Q f S ww !"""""'E" ,. N E. J. Shcmrrow-Director of Placement . J, , Q, WX ,,. . ,VW. , f NX ZS X y ,QW LW , 23' 'X f ' JS ' ' L S gm z Ei ' '...Nw',,, iw - W .' wai fix 4 Z :2wQx:-V145 X I , : - 'c, ,., ' ,gy f , - - ""l'hu01rRw-W-' 42 gd A fm ' W , 2 , ,, J f W 'Z , f , 2 f f , ff 5 la f ,Z , W mg , 5 f f f W A 4 Z , Q X Z, S " mir.. , '4 X','!"KmQ. Iv 'WY ,, , 4 A Q K w x Q al f"1lau.,..-nv-' 7 B www 'WMM "'Wwu-H. ,. .,, -'Q if o00'l' 000 o00" W, Cd I I ,. . J. H. Weiss-Director of the Computer Center. Placement Valuable To Seniors The services of the Tri-State College Placement Department are available to students, graduating seniors, alumni, and prospective employers. A graduate of Ohio University, Mr. Earl Sharrow reigns as Director of Place- ment and it is through his efforts that the Placement Dept. arranges hundreds of interviews for graduating seniors. Graduating students are given coun- sel and assistance in preparation for placement in the right job after gradua- tion. Information pertaining to fob op- portunities is provided, along with as- sistance in gathering and presenting ma- terial to prospective employers. A - i ,N A. . . "'-v-www.. vm... ,NRM 4 , , li' ' 5 W, w , "f"1usmawr.... " 4 ,.,,,, Y 'N' "mf-v4,,,,, t . ,wg v B. D. Trifthauser-Admissions Counselor. Left: Mr. Kuhn assists a student in Co-op placement. 'I47 Four Halls Provide Space For 700 IT is The policy of Tri-SToTe College ThoT single sTudenTs under 21 musT live in College-approved housing in order To enroll ond remolin in classes. This dr- rongemenT is ci Tremendous iob ond is heoded up well by Mrs. Lorene STrciwser. Four residence holls for single mole sTudenTs ore operoTed by The College. Generol supervision ond guidonce is provided by housemoThers ond sTudenT ossisTonTs living in eoch residence holl. PlocemenT ond coordinciTion of new sTudenTs residing in These Tour holls is cs slighT problem c1TTesTs Mrs. STrowser. .eww ' V . f "iff fe- f' 5 ' Walk. i , "ii-Qui, .4 zmys 'LN' 2354, " emi ,Me WK Mrs. C. L. STrowser- if if Direcior of Housing. .WWW - an-f""""' J qv!! . P. E. Gehlhausen-Student Personnel Counselor. Cleon Wells, Book Store Monoger i t ir"f Tffim " ' f , 1 A ff . in Blaine Shoup, Office Manager, Publications Center MW. err' it l RWMMX, Nam. -.saw is 1 Q Q l I Print Shop andles Tons DF Promotion Tri-State College owns and operates its own print shop. Promotional ma- terial, pamphlets, booklets, and opera- tional material are printed in the Col- lege print shop. This total operation is handled by Blaine Shoup, office man- ager, anal Bob German, printing super- visor. Each week tons of necessary printed material are processed in the print shop. Ranging from new admissions slips to Department reports. X is fs K 1 ' Y 56 5 , ,ff 1 wt f Q 1 it s f ,, XZR 4 C, . X S X Q 5 1 , ik N 1 Q, W av is, X 'fi w . f SN if-Fx. V , fs ..-vile i ul f -- Robert German, Printing Supervisor, Publications Center. W I Academics 7 X1 ,,,f , i.. . ' - - ,.,..,www44' - ' if y N , , 4, iw, F, - , x , , ,..7, Q, Biological Science F msc .. 'S K Mr. P. A. Hippensteel, Assistant Professor Chemi trg 8: Chemical Engineering ,, W if W . , ss X , Dr. K. Slagle, Professor and Chairman 57 rx ,,,..,,. :" Z 'if i ,rr Dr. C. A. Pinkham, Assistant Professor .1 ,v-.A 4:1 f il X "NVQ Dr. H. T. Chen, Assistant Professor , 1 753 1' l I 1 , 3 A l ix L t x , ,L fl , X 5' W fl K X ff 1 ti s 1 . 1 fs- ,, to is .in Mr. G. H. Moore, Associate Professor Mr. P. L. Rhinesmith, Instructor Dr. D. L. Fuller, Assistant Professor 'I' X I r . . ' . H M ff ' X sw ' Qi'-W4 w , ? i r Q' ' ff 'y i A. rf , r n . lu ifehfi' iw A 1 i , . i 'ww ,,-I Q' . . X X , iff. fx If , , .wfjii 'raw .r i A Y Q 4 r T.. fl it -is :IU " jiwjg 'if gi -is s 'A' 4 E, "Wil al A Q i3,m,Q! .1 . is gf! 7 f uf, . , , , . , M 'YA ., , , 5 - 2 5, ',' t V451 . awzf .. iv , .-T , . ,If , , r if ., as ' .i. .iggs3g ,-, ' 'U' W ,g f ,i , ' 3 -' R ii 4 L 1 3-HQ " WW? TE. ' ,A Q' 2-egg, ss? U f .Qi , ,556 ' -. ' fi . I gf i i: P 4 , ...J 'i f , '+ 4. U fi , , "3 ll ' A '-we 'ws A .fri V X we .. . , 4' , v , . 'ev '- 2 f. QNWW5 W f fsswvkf ,3 ,'fZ6'fs,f',w'f - W4 s , 4 ' f s 7 -mm f: f -. 0, Dr. C. W. Brink, Assistont Professor Dr. G. F. Houck, Professor and Chairman sp, . 7 ' ' , , . ,1r. , . 55 ? f :Q vp- , 969 A , ' jf ' if MMM, .., 3 ff f ,'-afsisl .xi-6 'ff ' 4 ' , ,,,153,s.'.s.L r fa .gsfvm 5,3 if - S. 21? Aga .1 -.gs W Wy . ,n, Zws. ss WW V Z s 3fff'Q1 ' Pi V1 asf! s..sw?XTf'Z'U', 2' :.f79QU"ffQ 1 ' 1 . X , ' . 1. , iz. x ff ,. "" M-Uwe N, V-so W 1, . 0, , ,Q--1 , f 2 , ,QV yr, ss-.-, E.. l, . .. , . ' 1 iigwyh' 4 f .ss-f.?fvfzf 1 A rwgfyjssb, , A ., . , V ,F ,. , "' 'A Q '- ,, if Q, wfsiyy 1 Y ' N' fm.. WW. Y . Amiwgg gl hini is N M 2 r A ...M 'Y L , 4 . lt , ,Wh-,Q x ,- 5 sw am 11 Dr. A. A. Guilford, Assistant Professor E "1v.'hugg-A Dr. Chin-Yuan Lee, Assistant Professor Mr. T. N. Dewolf, Assistant Professor Mr. F. D. Grefsheim, instructor Dr. Ping-Who Lin, Associate Professor sr .W --wp... so-..-W.. P--W. A My is Mr. J. H. Weiss, Director Mr. T. Dolan, Associate Professor and Acting Director of Engineering Graphic ww FYI , H9 1 Dr. A. W. Melloh, Visiting Professor Q. .ju fx .as ' 4' . 1. 'sf' X .':-l'.+i53T':, ij , Ava 9 ' pg GLW. Mr. A. E. Eberhardt, Assistant Professor Mr. C. E. Shaw, Professor MA Mr. C. G. Brockus, Assistant Professor ' n A f - M.. .- i 4. wr ,f .,.. 5? 0 N541 1 f 45 sqm xiii! S L '.-- - 5... - '. Mr. A. I. Dvoracek, Associate Professor 4 4 , gg gg .Q Mr. L. G. Hanson, Instructor Mr. M. Westenhaver, Professor ...M , 5 TPM NX 5 Dr. S. Paleocrassas, Assistant Professor ,l WSI 4"-Zxflg A 155 English 8: Humanities nf , ' E Q 2 Q 3 1 N . Qwqg :- ' , Y ' Q.. M J.. .ass or A 5 ' 1 few .jfigrzg ' f :Q 5 , ,. x X ' ki X 1 .-.. ,NV , .ws ,..g.... . .. - f. mrs., , am vw . iff Mrs. E. B. Crlosky, Associate Professor ' - i Y . in Dr. J. T. Douty, Professor and Chairman - W... X - Q G, r f d s ' Mr. K. C. Patterson, Instructor '--- ' A 5 ei' Yriffn , , f W sf Q -Shawn Mr. R. A. Condon, Assistant Professor f" Z Mrs. K. L. Gordon, Assistant Professor r., 1 Mrs. B. J. Mohammad, Instructor .1 I i if 1 It i 5 T iw sd si, , Q K' 's 'Pb 1-...wx Aft V-ii' , -'W ' r.- C , if 2 ' J "1 ' Q-lf.-3 ' if .:f"" Mrs. M. E. Nichols, Assistant Professor Dr. Mary D. Carney, Professor i ii 7' i i P i E S. i 1 2. I. 4 . P 1, u. 1. 1 i I I I 1 i i? ii ii 'Q Y www? Mr. E. P. Hanson, Instructor Nan Mrs. R. Roberts, Instructor Institute Of Drafting Dr. W. R. San Giacomo, Instructor 8: Design 1 ,I I Dr. W. H. Waffle, Associate Professor Librarg -41 -N, ,...-- 3,35 wi 1 Q Xxx- 1- .xi 3 .i . fi. ..-. Qu' A y A:..E:,. ...js- . gf MS " .5 ilgailigl 'Q' 4' A l'.A.P!i'fjYTf.': ' 0-rMW,..sf-f--M f 1-ff '.-.,.,, K:-Q1 1. ,If .- .- '.. Ly , hay- .."' faq ,L , W if -el.: rss., ' 1 :Z ' ' 1. . ...CN-. ., , , Q X , ,:- V. ... X S V .A is .. ,. ' is sf A? 1, Q , . .SX , mgsu ,. . , .. n ,Q V . xx ,. ' x x i X' W . ' P Ss Q xi rl-9? ' , K vi. -.1 - ... Ox 4 -i x 'fe -5 -'I X K N 914 as 2. 'W Dr. T. S. Huang, Associate Professor and Director of the Library Maihemaiics K L M.. HH rl Hii Zi' X 31 -P , . 5 Q Gs ff! A PS T uasmih ' '- .M--W Mrs. E. G. Taboy, Cataloger I ...---ff Dr. R. W. Young, Professor and Chairman Mr. A. A. Hockey, Professor 159 Mr. G. E. Gaerte, Assista nt Professor Mr. R. M. Green, Visiting Lecturer Mr. W. A. Threlkeld, Associate Professor " I N 5 Q . .- E , Wfixif F' i' Ns.. Zfx . . x ax! ,f L . I ,, ', 1-f' 'iQs.9irr?9f35f" li- . 55... 3 Mr. R. K. King, Assistant Professor 'Gln Mrs. I. L. Heier, Instructor 'QNWF I fs., X 1:4 .,,.,g,,,i4s fs,,Zii,w . f.?iM:1': W' fm A r '..s-Wa' ,L-A " I , ,tw 1 V ... .-nr' sa 1-fuk t',.-,M 1 . .s. .s. .- WM! .I-y-pq.-,IG 4 3' I l . Gif, J i Mr. R. A. Butler, Associate Professor Mr. F. J. Schwab, Assistant Professor 'I' X s sf ,. t Q Mr. D. L. Skinner, Instructor I v-. 'Ii Dr. R. R. Kruger, Assistant Professor A A '-SX - ,Z Dr. C. K. Cook, Assistant Professor l 159 'uf 443 ' Y ffs. 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V -nnczw--. gr vs xi- it-tw, - , ' ,, gg V V .-W5 ' L' 4,.f.,,f':'T..' 7f 525, ff! , , fini!" ' e if if ' N i -sf' it . . - -ff. -'f,,, -. -'-Q . -- i . ..-v.'w.v 1, lim? J. . . V aprt .Iv .X I fi.. iss., WM ' ' 2, 1- . 'J ffnigl , .aff ' 51:11 5 n , . .K ,, ,... . X . it sql' - "- 1 P . -.-"""'Ff3m.s,, "' 11, 7 Q , 7 si' ,sf 325' A vi f-- fr. 5 f 'A V ,.? j32f sf 1'1-sg, Q -A V .-Qi-. ' 1,-nr. - 1 . 1 ' I Z 1 ,, i . i ,- V5 ' fflg ., . ' ':- A Mr. D. R. Tichenor, Assistant Professor f 1 - , 1 Mr. W. Holcomb, Assistant Professor SSOF I 161 Physical Ed. Phgsics WF 1 'ff -Q his X -.r"'m,. Mr. J. B. Tressler, Associate Professor 81 Acting Chairman 1' I W 1 I.-. f if ..4 K . ' ' .f 9' av N 9 . Dr. John R. Behee, Associate Professor and Director v , A ""'lldi. 'bv M. L. Peterman, Assistant Professor 8g Director of Athletics it My I Mr. C. D. Kenyon, Associate Professor time .- A Mr. R. H. Cunningham, xy ww- A, fn . Assistant Professor Mr. C. J. Pratt, Assistant Professor Mr. P. A. Eble, Assistant Professor Q V Q Sz Klm Instructor nil., . ' A ' 'r??gft.f yi I v ,. ,. 4 r Q 0 3 5 1, -11.1 1 2 . m s EEZ, """Q-M 'HW gs.. is 'ff Mr. R. D. Showalter, Assistant Professor and Administrative 1, x .ff ' 1 4. :Ji -V' 2 ...,,,.., . f is W f . . 1 ' . A3 . 1 . .f 4 X 4: 255 sf, I, f, if Q 'Y . 35.1 ' f s A if 1-1. f , - f H. V , 5.5 A fygif ' .0 ff , 5, .gt J :-A fwf gigs X My f fy. I Mgt? f - .K 5 A fi ,N 7 Mr. J. J. lmre, Instructor 4 5 J .1 rf , , ,gf 1' J , , , K.. N L E 'hfsrff' 'Q . . . 0.6.4.2 m.,ss.:,.,,,i.s.:w ... -J.....:J3f,..fYL.." I L ' ,. ww J'- 3 L V . in gs A .J 142 ' P X if ...gy 4 J . A A vig V ' ,iff rf ' s xii so so N? MQW if 2 5 4 sf:-. A?" .1 wad. :EQ Mr. F. J. Hahn, Assistant Professor W ig as A X 1 ss J:4,,M,g . , X f M-" if 'S "Q VTE, 5 4' 'Mlffmiiifr wP.,,,'?R f A XF 5 X -' . f't' Dr. R. L. Kramer, Visiting Professor Mr. D. L. Trennepohl, Assistant Professor Social Studies Dr. J. J. Nortrup, Professor and Chairman Dr. L. D. VandeCreek, Instructor J 'run If jfs-1 , in 164 fr- , 5 vi L f I l' at fit., l I Q'x"x- ' . ,,- ", ' , t vu Q ' , -,. ' J ' 3 '- 1 ' sl. '. . Y' MKG, M' . T fx ' . A -.gil .5, , . . - U rl I. ' . 1, . 'YR , L V 4 'x nf .' L 5 . 1 .I Mr. D. Moore, Assistant Professor 1. U bg A, fi- 1" Mr. H. L. McGurk, Assistant Professor ,'Z x -nu.-v Ai I,-,+-"' ,,..---"" Dr. T. G. Lunsford, Assocnote Professor Mr. L. N. Moore, Instructor. 11, ' Y- Q 1:14 53 5' 'F 'fy' '- P ,sz , N..l. ,. ts. L' L- ' ,xy K " Mr. C. W. Sorensen, Instructor I 'Q ,Wk I 3 rf L Q 'rf 2 ' TQ , so tgffts "if ,. "'.1 ,,,. w Iraft. 5... Af Q, j V Q a,,5Jji'LfL Q4 A, y 2 gn., , sg- tif Mr. K. C. Hamilton, Instructor .5 64..'J'f LAL ."' ', . 5, f f, 'Ms 0 . ' rw "1-4 fs 4 p vm' Mr. R. E. Scheffer, Instructor 165 Senior Album ,L U. 113' Tv 5 9 QF ' QA Q ' sfw I '-.X :xxx flag? :JF X1 X 3 gk X N5 X X ' Y. RQX x.5xyx ,?QQgs ff ,vt-fx 'x , 'xx Nxg Q. ., .txt ,R it-A, w"'n L., ' Z-. .4.na1""l 'life'-ffixx., P' - K'XR"'N,--x 1 ,gf 1. 73" 2. 2 an if ' 'L 1 . , W Senior Class Officers Winter Class ..,,, , f wh 1, "N A as UCL ,... A at K . . . l -rv V 'NTD S0 Sf A , wx s, 4 A u am A if x i JIM SHRIVER, President, Mech. Engr., Toledo, Ohio, A.S.T.M.E., President, M.E.S. HENRY WALTERS, Vice-Presi- dent, Aero. Engr., Lebanon, Indiana, Track, Student Sen- ate, IFC, AIAA, President, Vice-President, and Secretary of Alpha Sigma Phi. RENNO BUDZIAK, Secretary, Mech. Engr., Newburgh, New York, Student Senate, Phi Kappa Colors: Powder Blue and White Motto: The Goal of Yesterday will be wxlg fl' . A-niques 'FRY' Theta, MES, SAE, ASTME,lCircle K, Booster Club, New- man Club. TOM CELIE, Treasurer, Acc't., Mishawaka, ln- diana, Sigma Epsilon Business Society, President, Vice- President, Secretary, Histor, and Sports Mgr. of Tau Kappa Epsilon. Flower: Long-Sternmed Red Rose the Starting Point ot Tomorrow Spring Class mf' I JOE HARDISKY, President, Mech. Engr., Lehman, Pa., MES. LOUIS CSOKASY, Vice-President, Aero. Engr., Trenton, Mich., Soccer, IFC, Skull 81 Bones C.O.A., Secretary of AIAA, President and Secretary of Sigma Phi Delta. PHILIP KAUFMAN, Secretary, Mech. Engr., Ossian, Ind., Booster Club, President Skull 8. Bones C.O.A., Secretary IFC, MES., Tau Sigma Eta, Silver Key, President, Vice-President, and Secretary of Alpha Colors: Navy Blue and White Motto: Education Makes the Man 'Y' ops. W! -'FM' Sigma Phi. C. CAMDEN MCCARL, Treasurer, Elec. Engr., Mercer, Pa., IEEE, Who's Who, Student Director, Gold Key, Tau Sigma Eta, Resident Assistant, Secretary-Treasurer of Stewart Hall Council. ALLEN MURRAY, Sergeant-at-Arms, Mech. Engr., Sidney, New York, MES, Varsity Golf, Intramural Sports. Flower: White Carnation .1777 .1 I . af-Y' 'Hww juris- 'WS' wvL,.., fi.. BERNARD ADAMS, Mech. Engr., Springfield, Ohio, Sigma Phi Delta Chaplain. ROBERT ADOLPH, Jr., Elec. Engr., Kent, Ohio, l.E.E.E. EDWIN AILMAN, Elec. Engr., Marion, Indiana. STANLEY BANKUS, Gen. Bus., Summit Hill, Pa., Delta Chi. PHILLIP BARD, Mech. Engr., Auburn, Indiana, Track. LEO BARR, Gen. Bus., Montgomery, Mich. ROBERT BARRIE, Gen. Bus., Port Hope, Ontario, Canada. CHARLES BARTLOW, Acc't., Montezuma, Indiana, Track. NAND BATHEJA, Civil Engr., Chicago, Illinois. GEORGE BATTY, Trans., Versailles, Ohio, Pres. Sigma Epsilon, Pres Delta Nu Alpha, Secr. and Treas. Kappa Sigma, Marketing Team Who's Who, Triangle Staff. LOWELL BAVIN, Mech. Engr., Pioneer, Ohio, MES, SAE. JACK BAXTER, Aero. Engr., Kokomo, Indiana, Thunderbirds, AIAA RONALD BEEMAN, Chem. Engr., Norwich, Conn. ROBERT BEGGS, Mech. Engr., Cedar Rapids, Iowa. JOHN BELL, Mech. Engr., Piqua, Ohio, MES, Newman Club, IFC, President Phi Kappa Theta. KEITH BIEHL, Aero. Engr., LaPorte, Indiana, Flying Thunderbirds President and Vice-President, Chairman AIAA, Secretary Young Americans for Freedom. RICHARD BILLER, Mech. Engr., Tiffin, Ohio, Secretary Tau Sigma Eta, MES, Deon's List, Gold Key, Student Director. ROBERT BLACK, Mech. Engr., Palmyra, New York, MES. ADRIAN BOBECK, Gen. Bus., Ligonier, Indiana, Varsity Basketball, Ist Vice-President and Treasurer Sigma Epsilon, Investment Club, Deon's List, Who's Who. JOHN BOLTE, Elec. Engr., Port Clinton, Ohio, President Sigma Phi Delta, Vice-Chairman IEEE, Flying Thunderbirds, IFC. TRENT BONGIOLATTI, Mech. Engr., Adams, Mass., Vice-President SAE, Vice-President MES. AHMET BOREKCI, Civ. Engr., Ankara, Turkey, International Students Assoc., Soccer Team, Tennis Team, German Honorary, ASCE. CHARLES BOREN, Mech. Engr., Anderson, Ind., President Delta Chi, IFC, Triangle Staff, Alwood Hall Council, MES. RICHARD BOSWELL, Elec. Engr., Lima, Ohio. 170 if 'U' fn- 4-off' 1' - v- KLA. 'SQ' 90' '40 -21'-rs KM.. .M I 'fr Y 'CHQ -' NORMAN BOVEE, Gen. Bus., Wolcottville, Indiana. WILLIAM BRAKE, Gen. Bus., Angola, Indiana. CHARLES BRESTENSKY, Mech. Engr., New Kensing- ton, Pa., Treasurer Tau Sigma Eta, MES, Student Di- rector, Who's Who. GERALD BROWN, Trans., Marion, Ind., Secretary Dellza Nu Alpha, Resident Assistant, Secretary Platt Ha . STEPHEN BROWN, Mech. Engr., Paris, Illinois, Secr.- Treas. Tau Sigma Eta, Resident Assistant, MES, Pres. Platt Hall. A. DOUGLAS BRUCHER, Elec. Engr., Endicott, New York. CHARLES BRUNETTO, Elec. Engr., Buffalo, New York, IEEE. LEE BUCHTMAN, Elec. Engr., Coldwater, Michigan. DENNIS BUHRT, Mech. Engr., Syracuse, Indiana. PAUL BULTINCK, Acc't., Mishawaka, Indiana. LARRY BURKHART, Mech. Engr., Dayton, Ohio, MES, ASTME, Secr. SAE. DANIEL BYSTRAN, Acc't., Lackawanna, New York, Phi Kappa Theta, Booster Club, Intramural Sports. WILLIAM CADY, Mech. Engr., Watertown, Conn. JOHN CAMERON, Mech. Engr., Weedsport, New York, IEEE, MES. JOHN CARLISLE, Elec. Engr., Columbus, Ohio, Ama- teur Radio Club, Booster Club, IEEE. ROBERT CARPENTER, Mech. Engr., Montpelier, Ohio, MES, Tennis Team, Dean's List. 171 RAY CASE, Elec. Engr., Linden, Pa. WILLARD CATRON, Gen. Bus., New Castle, Ind., member of Acacia Fraternity. LOUIS CHAMBERS, Gen. Bus., Watertown, N. Y. JOSEPH CHARNEY, Trans., Colchester, Conn., Vice-President NDTA, Secretary and lst vice-president Motor Transport Society, Secretary Delta Nu Alpha. KENT CLAPP, Montpelier, Ohio, Acc't., Secretary Sigma Epsilon. ROBERT CLENDENING, Aero. Engr., Upper Darby, Pa., Tau Sigma Eta, Tau Kappa Epsilon. TOMY COCHRAN, Gen. Bus., Pleasant Lake, Ind., President Sigma Epsilon, Delta Nu Alpha, Investment Club, Track, lntramural Sports. ALAN CONRAD, Gen. Bus., Fort Wayne, Indiana, President Cameron Hall, Sigma Phi Epsilon, Skull 81 Bones C. O. A., Treasurer IFC, Alpha Kappa Psi, Secretary Junior Class. JAMES COOPER, Gen. Bus., Columbus, lncliana, Triangle Staff, Sigma Phi Epsilon, Treasurer, Alpha Phi Gamma, President and Secretary Booster Club. "'2f.,.-1fTf1:,f"'g ' sw.. ,, .-4fQm " ii, A, war EDWIN COREY, Acc't., Coudersport, Pa., Sigma Epsilon Business So- ciety, Stewart Hall Council. LAWRENCE CORLESS, Mech. Engr., Cheektowago, New York, Kappa Sigma, IFC, MES. JOHN COUNCELLER, Mech. Engr., Anderson, Ind., Tau Kappa Epsilon, MES, President, Division Lt. Governor, and Indiana District Governor of Circle K, GLENN COWSERT, Gen. Bus., Portage, Indiana, Prom Committee, Intramural Sports, and Circle K. EDWARD COY, Gen. Bus., Syracuse, Indiana. JERRY CUCCINELLO, Civil Engr., Paterson, New Jersey, Alpha Sigma Phi, ASCE, ARBA, Dorm Council. WILLIAM DALEY, Civil Engr., Meriden, Conn. B. N. DARJL, Chem. Engr., Kansad, India. GREGORY DAVIDYOCK, Acc't., Summit Hill, Pa. JOHN DAVIS, Elec. Engr., LaGrange, Ind., Tau Sigma Eta, Band, Glee Club, IEEE, Student Directors, Gold Key, Who's Who. ALLEN DAWLEY, Civil Engr., Oberlin, Ohio. DENNIS DEGROFF, Mech. Engr., Stryker, Ohio. JOHN DIETRICH, Mech. Engr., Greene, New York, member of ASTME. GREGORY DOERR, Chem. Engr., Buffalo, New York, Kappa Sigma, Booster Club, American Chemical Society. OTTO DOLE, Mech. Engr., Olean, New York, ASTE, President and Vice-President MES, Resident Assistant, Student Assistant. 'I73 HERNANDO DOMINGUEZ, Mech. Engr., Cali, Columbia. THOMAS DONNELLY, Elec. Engr., Hershey, Pa., member of IEEE. PATRICK DUNN, Elec. Engr., Tonawanda, New York, Resident Assis- tant, member IEEE. JOHN EDWARDS, Gen. Bus., Mahomet, Illinois, Phi Kappa Theta, Booster Club, Intramural Sports. DAVID EHINGER, Trans., Stanley, Kansas. KENNETH ELCHINGER, Civil Engr., New Bavaria, Ohio, Tau Sigma Eta, ASCE. JOSEPH ENGLE, Aero. Engr., Baltimore, Md. MICHAEL ESTERLY, ACC't., West Lawn, Pr. LAURENCE FEILER, Mech. Engr., Marshall, Michigan, Co-op, MES. MICHAEL FINK, Aero. Engr., Reading, Pa., member of AIAA and MES. RUSSELL FISHER, Elec. Engr., Wayne, Michigan. GEORGE FLANDERS, Gen. Bus., Angola, Ind. DAVID FOGG, Gen. Bus., Ossinging, New York, Alpha Sigma Phi, Cross Country, Triangle Staff, Sigma Epsilon. DEAN FOX, Mech. Engr., Largo, Florida, Sigma Phi Epsilon, Secre- tary IFC, Secretary ASTME, member MES. PETER FRANCIES, Gen. Bus., Montrose, New York, Alpha Kappa Psi, Secretary Alpha Phi Gamma, Modulus Co-Editor, Newman Club, Publications Advisory Board. 174 -O vw' "l2'1'f1s-4 14" I . -TI -xx, 4 ev g M ,f . ,pkt NX N 'Q ' . M V- "f' WN 5 .... . ...x4.Cg- W an A Q, ,,,,ix. b.. 'Mb wi qrkgings. x A I f I .,., gs., ' . .I .,.. . .5 . ,..- va :ik , ' ' i 'Q -Y-...,...., fig, 'PFW "'1'?' Q, J . 'lf ' af n an it ff V. '. MB' in .ws "fb-we N., .1 ,er 'ian-.. Q- 'P'-r 9. LAURENCE FRASER, Acc't., Misawaka, Indiana. DALE FUNKE, Mech. Engr., Scipio, Indiana. GLENN GALLAWAY, Gen. Bus., Reading, Michi- gan, Sigma Epsilon. DEAN GARBERICK, Gen. Bus., Elkhart, Indiana, Alpha Sigma Phi. WALTER GAWRON, Chem. Engr., Saginaw, Mich., Chem. Engr. Soc. RONALD GEARHART, Acc't., Wellsboro, Pa. RONALD GEESE, Elec. Engr., Fresno, Ohio, Sigma Phi Delta, IEEE. JAMES GIBSON, Aero. Engr., Hamilton, Ind., Aero Society, Debate Team, Tau Sigma Eta. DENNIS GIFFIN, Gen. Bus., IOOO Oaks, Calif., Sigma Epsilon. WILLIAM GLASS, Gen. Bus., Hamburg, New York. ROBERT GLEASON, Gen. Bus., Monroe, New York, Secr. Kappa Sigma, Editor Triangle, Secr.-Treas. Alpha Kappa Psi, Who's Who, Chairman-Youth for Nixon!Agnew 1968. GARY GOLTZ, Mech. Engr., Clairton, Pa., Chairman YAF, ASTME, MES. RHEA GOODRICH, Mech. Engr., Cranburg, New Jersey, Chairman and Vice-Chairman ASTME, Pres. MES. LINDEN GRAY, Civil Engr., Fountain City, Indiana, ASCE, Treas. ARBA, Pres. Sigma Chi Epsilon, Secr.- Treas. Tau Sigma Eta, Gold Key. JOHN GRIEDER, Trans., Fair Lawn, New Jersey. ALLEN GUTMAN, Gen. Bus., Fort Wayne, Indiana. 175 CHARLES HAGEMAN, Elec. Engr., Wilson, New York, IEEE. HOWARD HAKE, Aero. Engr., Lebonan, Pa. WILLIAM HAMEL, Civil Engr., Mount Pleasant, Pa., ASCE, Flying Thunderbirds. RICHARD HANCOCK, Gen. Bus., Alexandria, Ind., Booster Club, Treasurer Circle K, Sigma Epsilon, Track, Kappa Sigma. EDWARD HANSON, Mech. Engr., Portland, Maine. ROBERT HART, Acc't., Eost Jordan, Michigan. EDWIN HARTZ, Mech. Engr., Shelby, Ohio, ASTME, Secretary Sigma Phi Epsilon. JAMES HAYWARD, Civil Engr., Hammond, Indiana. JOHN HEFFNER, Elec. Engr., Tiffin, Ohio. JAMES HELLER, Elec. Engr., Auburn, Indiana, IEEE. RODNEY HELWIG, Gen. Bus., Westminister, Mary- land. RICHARD HETER, Aero. Engr., Ashland, Ohio, Glee Club, AIAA, Flying Thunderbirds, Treasurer and Vice-President Methodist Student Movement. CHARLES HOFF, Acc't., Buffalo, New York. TOM HOFFELDER, Aero. Engr., Ashley, Indiana. JOSEPH JACOBS, Elec. Engr., Lansford, Pa. TED JAGMIN, Mech. Engr., South Bend, Indiana. 176 wwf-sv is Ninn... Nv- 'Th-J ""'M-410: "iff L sw ff , 91 'VW' ,f VS' M' aff' 'af 'H--.. 4 I" 1' EQ J' Wm .JGYQS um, .qs x ivy, if ,qt 1701" ...wwf My faq 'gli 6 We I f . M f 'KA '45, thfwv 9555 ag'-M" " GLEN JENTES, Elec. Engr., Dover, Ohio. RONALD JESSWEIN, Mech. Engr., Berrien Springs, Michigan, Tau Sigma Eta, MES. GARY JUSTICE, Mech. Engr., Muncie, Indiana. BRIAN KAEB, Mech. Engr., Scranton, Pa., MES, Intramural Sports. WALTER KASPERCZYK, Mech. Engr., Buffalo, N. Y. DENNIS KAZMIERZAK, Mech. Engr., Elkhart, Ind., Secretary MES. KENNEDY, Elec. Engr., Chesterland, Ohio, Sports Car Club, I . LYNN KESSLER, Acc't., Greensburg, Pa., Treasurer Kappa Sigma, Sec- retary Skull 81 Bones C.O.A., President Booster Club, Alpha Kappa Psi, Alpha Phi Gamma, Ski Club. DAVID KILGORE, Aero. Engr., Hartford City, Indiana, AIAA, IFC, Secretary Tau Kappa Epsilon. JAMES KISER, Acc't., Bradford, Pa., President Circle K, Booster Club. CHRIS KLADEMENOS, Elec. Engr., Ann Arbor, Michigan. CLIFFORD KLOC, Civil Engr., Midlothian, Ill., Resident Assistant, ASCE, Sigma Chi Epsilon. KENNETH KNIPP, Acc't., Napoleon, Ohio, ABA, Vice-President Ste- wart Hall. RICHARD KOCERHA, Gen. Bus., Bayonne, New Jersey. KENNETH KOEBEL, Elec. Engr., Fremont, Ohio, Glee Club, Ski Club, IEEE, President and Secretary Tau Sigma Eta, Who's Who. 'I77 . . iw , 'M The day every senior dreams of CRAIG KORTMAN, Elec. Engr., Little Falls, New Jersey. PAUL KRABBE, Mech. Engr., Danville, Ill. BARRY KRAVITZ, Elec. Engr., Bridgewater, Mass. THOMAS KRISSEL, Mech. Engr., Binghamton, New York, Intramural Sports, MES. ROBERT LAMPI, Aero. Engng Conneaut, Ohio. JAMES LAMPRECHT, Acc't., Buffalo, New York. RONALD LANGHEIER, Mech. Engr., Lancaster, New York. DAVID LATHROP, Civil Engr., Bristol, Vermont, Sigma Phi Epsilon, ASCE. BARRY LAUDENSLAGER, Aero. Engr., Allentown, Pa., Delta Chi, Glee Club, AIAA, Flying Thunderbirds. Q --... "' -f-we . ...v Q0""-u- 4 ,,- ,rc PAUL LEMKE, Gen. Bus., Lewiston, New York, Kappa Sigma, IFC, Investments Club, Triangle Staff. ANTHONY LOPINTO, Elec. Engr., Brooklyn, N. Y. MIKLOS LORAND, Gen, Bus., Ithaca, New York, Soccer Team, Dean's List, ROBERT LOWERY, Mech. Engr., Shelby, Ohio. 'ww DAVID MACDONALD, Civil Engr., Leetsdale, Pa. "'-N. RONALD MACKLIN, Civil Engr., Mason, lll. W M, N519 .av ' VQIQ' P l ' 1 ii Ms, 1 at T,-is Jin .Q-1 Q., mr ' A KV' TIMOTHY MACKNIK, Acc't., Utica, New York, Intramural Sports, Sigma Epsilon. GARY MAHAFFEE, Aero. Engr., Shadyside, Ohio, Tau Sigma Eta, AIAA, Dean's List. ALBERT MAIOCCHI, Civil Engr., Jersey City, N. J. HENRY MAJCHER, Mech. Engr., South Bend, Ind., President and Treasurer Kappa Sigma, Vice-President and Treasurer Booster Club, Vice-President and Treasurer Skull 8K Bones C.O.A., Secretary In- vestments Club, IFC, ASTME, Who's Who. VICTOR MAJKA, Elec. Engr., Johnson City, New York. JOHN MARTIN, Acc't., Muncie, Indiana. PAUL MARUSZAK, Mech. Engr., Cleveland, Ohio, V.P. Newman Club, Alpha Phi Gamma, Modulus Staff, IFC, Phi Kappa Theta, MES, Flying Thunderbirds. DENNIS MAUGHERMAN, Gen. Bus., Angola, Indiana, Treas. Invest- ment Club, Student Assistant, Fencing Team, Marketing Team, Alpha Kappa Psi, Intramural Sports. KENNETH MAWBY, Acc't., Niles, Ohio, Secr. and Treas., ABA, Sigma Epsilon, Who's Who, Marketing Team, Student Director, Student assistant, Gold Key. 179 MICHAEL MAYER, Mech. Engr., LaPorte, Indiana f', 't ,.M,,.Q L ,lx , f ,A fe:--., Q, 3 ROBERT MAYER, Aero. Engr., Euclid, Ohio, Resident Assistant, Secr. ' and V.P. Flying Thunderbirds, Secr. Chairman and Vice-Chairman AIAA. , ANTHONY MECZYKOWSKI, Mech. Engr., Bridgeport, Conn., Treas. ASTME, MES, DELBERT MEEKER, Civil Engr., Snow Shoe, Pa., ASCE, Pres. Sigma Chi Epsilon. DONALD MEISTER, Mech. Engr., Tipton, Ind., MES, SAE. GEORGE METZGER, Gen. Bus., Valparaiso, Indiana. ALAN MILLER, Mech. Engr., Wethersfield, Conn. JOSEPH MILLER, Mech. Engr., Guilford, Indiana, MES, SAE. KIM MILLER, Mech. Engr., Edgerton, Ohio, MES, Tau Sigma E'ra, Silver Key, Gold Key, Student Director. RUSSELL MILLER, Civil Engr., Rising Sun, Indiana. THOMAS MILLER, Acc't., Elkhart, Indiana. RICHARD MILLS, Mech. Engr., Bedford, Indiana, ASTME, Treas. and V.P. MES. 180 5355.1 , Q AQZA V.. . . I t . S X VSV R ,K Ng, I .X A X I -. ne w 126155. "" R S I num-u.. , -vs XS., "Dm-......, w,,,..--'ft 'Sir' ,,., '- 4- - cs , bs ax if .H . ,-RW, Q NNN RX Sx N R 9 y KQQQ QS X 5 C N if 2 ft X V 'ts X ,N N, , sf' fs .: X 36:7-I X so . -. ts. .X R W 1 SSM 1. . W ' SS f . , W .. -X "E""""" W' .QM - Agn-'W' M, , . . 4 K .. ,.., :... ,w,-.-- ii. ur- 'I dF"w4 PHILLIP POLLARD, Elec. Engr., Angola, Ind. DONALD POORMAN, Gen. Bus., Montpelier, Ohio, Track Team. EDWARD PORTER, Mech. Engr., Marion, Indiana, MES, ASTME. MICHAEL POWELL, Civil Engr., Cincinnati, Ohio, Tau Sigma Eta, ASCE, Sigma Chi Epsilon. DAVID PRICE, Gen. Bus., Johnston, Pa. DARWIN PYC, Civil Engr., Buffalo, N.Y., ASCE, Sigma Chi Epsilon, Tau Kappa Epsilon. man Society, AIAA Sports Car Club, Ski Club. CHARLES RHEUTAN, Mech. Engr., Salem, Ohio. MICHAEL RIBARICH, Civil Engr., Niles, Ohio. in CHESTER STRADER, Acc't., Hamlet, Ind., Sigma Epsilon, Secr. Treas., and Pres. Tau Kappa Epsilon. JOSEPH SULLIVAN, Gen. Bus., Middletown, Pa., Booster Club, Secr and Treas. Skull 81 Bones C.O.A., V.P. Kappa Sigma, V.P. IFC, In vestment Club, Sigma Epsilon, Modulus and Triangle Staffs. EUGENE SZYIKOWSKI, Elec. Engr., Boonville, N.Y., Sigma Phi Epsi lon, IEEE, Booster Club. C we 11 .V E? Tvvv ""9""" -5' fr: I 4 0 YM... . , ' , ,jigsg5iff . ff -gf.. 3 Y gi, :1E"3ff:f2XL29?-. ,V - 'f' 5, 55?-'7 , fIiZ'1':'l" ii. wi: t fe CNW -,jf . - ,wi . f i,.-:ff Q w ,il .1 3 - 'w,. my - ' .Ill .:tl4lfr...f ,wt nvfif 5 :-iffli f gif ffm? .62-l5I1li.i'ifTM.'.S6 lm- I nik' '!4'vf.:'I21ll lf' -, ,Y.:g' . A 43 I 4 QQ! ' X' ' Us I . I . l 2 GEORGE RAMEY, Aero. Engr., Plantation, Fla., Secr. Honorary Ger- Y--H , A ' 'jr AUGUST RIEHL, Mech. Engr., Greenville, Mich. CARL RIPPEY, Elec. Engr., Sturgis, Mich., IEEE. ROGER ROBBINS, Civil Engr., Bristol, Conn. Wie.- fatal li N-L'-A 183 , f"Q.f - mat QQ:-4:1 as -L ' - ' 1-"v.s:. f 'Al V' . gf:-" A . -.- , WALTER ROVENOLT, Civil Engr., Montgomery, Pa., Pres. Tau Kappa Epsilon, IFC, ASCE, ARBA. RICHARD RUDOLF, Trans., Bradley, Ill., Pres., V.P., and Secr. Delta Nu Alpha, Sigma Phi Epsilon, NDTA, V.P. Junior Class, Who's Who. LINDA RUOFF, Gen. Bus., Columbus, Ohio, Secr. Student Senate, Secr., V.P., Reporter Sports Car Club, Sigma Epsilon, Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship, Secr. Flying Thunderbirds, Who's Who. FRANK RUPE, Acc't., Elkhart, Indiana. JOHN RUTH, Gen. Bus., Pontiac, Michigan. TERRILL RYAN, Mech. Engr., Deposit, N.Y. ERNEST SCAROZZA, Civil Engr., Lake View, N.Y. DONALD SCHEMAHORN, Mech. Engr., Sturgis, Michigan, ASTME, MES, Interdorm Council. 'Fay' """'-lags., ' iiis it , F .Ft 57,1 ,ix X ri I ew ,iyqugx Q 4 Ogg, ,'-i f, N ,Y LNXQ . . . ,.,, L. 2 I I 'tt-'-...,,,., -1-Q CHESTER STRADER, Acc't., Hamlet, Ind., Sigma Epsilon, Secr., Treas., and Pres. Tau Kappa Epsilon. JOSEPH SULLIVAN, Gen. Bus., Middletown, Pa., Booster Club, Secr. and Treas. Skull 8. Bones C.O.A., V.P. Kappa Sigma, V.P. IFC, ln- vestment Club, Sigma Epsilon, Modulus and Triangle Staffs. EUGENE SZYIKOWSKI, Elec. Engr., Boonville, N.Y., Sigma Phi Epsi- lon, IEEE, Booster Club. JAMES SCHWEIGER, Gen. Bus., Elkhart, Ind. ROBERT SEARS, Gen. Bus., Keyport, New Jersey, Investment Club. THOMAS SECONDO, Civil Engr., Hornell, N.Y. JAMES SEXTON, Gen. Bus., Hamburg, N.Y., Grand Master Kappa Sigma, Pres. Alpha Kappa Psi, Pres. Skull 8. Bones C.O.A., Triangle Staff, Alpha Phi Gamma. JOHN SHEEHY, Elec. Engr., East Hartford, Conn., IEEE. PHILLIP SHERRY, Mech. Engr., Oakwood, Ohio, Kappa Sigma, MES, Booster Club, Investments Club. GEORGE SICH, Aero. Engr., Youngstown, Ohio, Histor Tau Kappa Epsilon, AIAA. BRIAN SMITH, Gen. Bus., Chesterfield, Mo., Skull 8. Bones C.O.A., Kappa Sigma, Triangle Staff, Booster Club, Alpha Phi Gamma, Sigma Epsilon. CHARLES SMITH, Gen. Bus., Mechanicsburg, Pa., Track Team, Secr. and Pres. Alwood Hall, Delta Nu Alpha, Treas. and V.P. Alpha Beta Alpha, Scribe and V.P. Delta Chi. ROBERT SMITH, Acc't., Hicksville, Ohio, Alpha Sigma Phi, Booster Club. THEODORE SNURE, Civil Engr., Bloomingdale, New Jersey, V.P. Delta Chi, ASCE. ROBERT SOLEY, Elec. Engr., San Jose, Costa Rica, IEEE. f X .nfmip -. K , 5,5 ,ma ,. M My ac JOHN SPALDING, Elec. Engr., Kenmore, N.Y., Treas. IEEE. ROBERT SPARKS, Gen. Bus., Angola, Ind. ROBERT SPENCER, Acc'T., Mishawaka, Ind., Tau Kappa Epsilon. JAMES STAFFORD, Acc'T., Richmond, Ind., Intramural Sports, Secr. Treas. Stewart Hall, Resident Assisfanf. ROBERT STARR, Gen. Bus., Corning, N.Y., Sigma Epsilon, Alpha Sigma Phi. HERBERT STOERR, Mech. Engr., Angola, Indiana. JOSEPH STONE, Gen. Bus., Walterboro, S. Carolina, Acacia. LARRY STOPMFIL Civil Engr.g Nevada, Ohio. ,,......, N 1 xblf iigt 1 'Q xt? ,'f?l,+ , X M. E ,N . SQ, f ' Sis T 4. 1 .Mk . , Q. sg. , Q. .. .X , X Qg fw J rcs: x-IW 'icf R." 1-:1" 'Q 1+"Ci,g, 3 ,. fb - ' wwklz Zi-395:-if-', " 1 z A ' X - cb s QQ 'V' ..f.,.. 5 ,v . LW - ,'-., lily!-3" 51 , N sgiss in f ' S f,",,gg. fryy , SW X. , I imc' sis I ' , YT' rf ii f N. lf, S 5 5-efravfg - sa '-,VY E. A .. 'W ' f"'fl3,.,' E A ' R VY- - ' 4 'Wav vf .' 'f 1 1Z"xgfYi-5 4 . P2?2EiZQ?fgsfx f :+"iis. X , -rfaifi Azifvifjfigbfb . 7 111 U wa!! v'1m:f-x-- 1 S . . A A .Q 1 6 1 rv- . 1-in Mig ff' "ks-1 My 'NS-.- 'Q 'F 'W Wg-1. CHESTER STRADER, Acc't., Hamlet, Ind., Sigma Epsilon, Secr. Treas., and Pres. Tau Kappa Epsilon. JOSEPH SULLIVAN, Gen. Bus., Middletown, Pa., Booster Club, Secr and Treas. Skull 81 Bones C.O.A., V.P. Kappa Sigma, V.P. IFC, In vestment Club, Sigma Epsilon, Modulus and Triangle Staffs. EUGENE SZYIKOWSKI, Elec. Engr., Boonville, N.Y., Sigma Phi Epsi lon, IEEE, Booster Club. JANET TAPP, Acc't., Plymouth, Ind., V.P. and Secr. Methodist Stu dent Movement, Treas. Investment Club, Intervarsity Christian Fel Iowship, Band, Silver Key. JAMES TAYLOR, Aero. Engr., Lyndhurst, Ohio. PHILLIP THOMAE, Chem. Engr., Howe, Indiana, Treas. Chem. So ciety, Dorm Council, AICHE. THOMAS TRENCHARD, Mech. Engr., Dundee, N.Y., Baseball Team. DON TRITSCH, Mech. Engr., Cincinnati, Ohio. JOHN URBAN, Civil Engr., Coldwater, Mich. ,mlb A DAVID VALENTA, Mech. Engr., Chicago, Ill., Modulus Staff, ASTME, -an 05 MES. l 'lr' turf' JAMES VANDE PUTTE, Gen. Bus., Elkhart, Ind. BRIAN VANNONI, Chem. Engr., Mishawaka, Ind., Booster Club, ACS, AICHE. JOHN VENDOR, Mech. Engr., Oil City, Pa. ALBERT VERGONA, Elec. Engr., Fairview, New Jersey, IEEE, Tau Sigma Eta, Student Director, Silver Key. GARY VOLLINGER, Mech. Engr., East Hartford, Conn. CARL WALKER, Civil Engr., Cincinnati, Ohio. RICHARD WERMER, Mech. Engr., Montpelier, Ohio. RONALD WESOLOSKIE, Acc't.p Shamokin, Pa., Phi Kappa Theta, Booster Club, Newman Club. MAURICE WESSEL, Mech. Engr., Angola, Indiana. LAWRENCE WHITLOCK, Mech. Engr., Whitney Point, N.Y. f..,.,.M- R 'Eau 'Q'-s fx,- ' X ' f ' --IRQ , fi, A R-Sf ,ri . 'gy , ow' -4-elf' ku-"" fi' 4 JON WILLIAMS, Mech. Engr., New Castle, Ind. WILLIAM WILSON, Gen. Bus., Homewood, Ill., Intramural Sports, Resident Assistant, Sigma Epsilon. JAMES WINDLER, Acc't., Fowler, Ind., Pres. and V.P. Delta Chi, Sigma Epsilon, Student Director, Student Assistant, Marketing Team, IFC, Who's Who. GARY WONDERLY, Mech. Engr., Hicksville, O. GERD WUERSIG, Elec. Engr., Fremont, O. MARION WYSS, Gen. Bus., Monroeville, Ind., Glee Club. GARY YARGER, Mech. Engr., Bryan, Ohio, Secr. and V.P. MES., Treas. Vice-Chairman and Chairman ASTME, Resident Assistant. GEORGE YATSKO, Aero. Engr., Nanticoke, Pa., Secretary Tau Kappa Epsilon, AIAA. FREDERICK YODER, Gen. Bus., South Bend, Ind., Sigma Epsilon. THEODORE YOUNGREN, Civil Engr., Howard Lake, Minn., Who's Who, Pres. V.P. Treas. and Rep. ASCE, Booster Club. RONALD YOUNG, Elec. Engr., Binghamton, N.Y., Sigma Phi Epsilon, Booster Club. SAMUEL ZAGARIA, Elec. Engr., Highland Park, Ill., Tau Kappa Epsilon. DANIEL ZAENGLEIN, Elec. Engr., Botkins, Ohio, Ski Club, IEEE, Flying Thunderbirds. JAMES ZEK, Aero. Engr., Warren, Ohio, AIAA, Intramurals, Pres. Phi Kappa Theta. GIORDANO ZETT, Elec. Engr., Fairview, New Jersey, IEEE, Who's Who, Tau Sigma Eta, Ski Club. 189 0 o 0 American Road Builders Administration Index 38 American Society of Civil solemn, Dr. R. M. 26,27,136,137 Engineers 39 Bogardus, Dr. F. J. 138 Emerson, Mrs. L. K. 144 Gehluhausen, P. E. 148 Gilbert, R. W. 30,57,145 Kuhn, L. F. 146 Leckner, R. L. 141 Martin, R. H. 143 McClellan, J. W. 140 Radcliffe, Dr. J. G. 142 Ramsay, R. H. 144 Ricks, T. L. 145 Scott, Dr. W. L. 139 Sharrow, E. J. 146 Strawser, Mrs. C. L. 148 Sunday, B. E. 143 Swihart, J. B. 142 Triftshauser, B. D. 61,91,147 Weiss, J. I-I. 41,147,154 Wells, C. E. 148 Willig, Dr. L. A. 137 Organization American Chemical Society 34 American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics 35 American Institute of Drafting and Design 36 Alpha Kappa Psi 37 Index American Society of Tool and Manufacturing Engineers 40 Booster Club 41 Circle K 42 Delta Nu Alpha 43 Institute of Electronic and Electrical Engineers 44 Inter-Fraternity Council 45 International Students Association 46 Mechanical Engineer's Society 47 Methodist Student Movement 48 Newman Club 49 Flying Thunderbirds, Inc 50 Student Senate 51 Schussmeisters 52 Young Americans of Freedom 53 Honoraries Index Alpha Bata Alpha 56 Alpha Phi Gamma 57 German l-lonorary Society 63 Gold Key 62 Sigma Chi Epsilon 58 Skull and Bones, C.O.A. 60 Tau Sigma Eta 59 Who's Who 62 Senior Index Bernard Adams 86,169 Robert Adolph 44,169 Edwin Ailman 44,169 Clifford Ambler 40,41 ,45 ,47,90,1 69 Vincent Arrizzi 169 James Astrike 47,169 Stanley Bankus 74,169 Phillip Bard 169 Leo Barr 169 Robert Barrie 169 Charles Bartlow 169 Nand Batheia 169 George Batty 37,43,62,78,169 Lowell Bavin 47,169 Jack Baxter 35,5O,169 Ronald Beeman 170 Robert Beggs 170 John Bell 47,82,170 Donald Bentz 170 Joel Berger 170 David Berrong 170 Keith Biehl 35,50,53,170 Richard Biller 47,59,62,170 Robert Black 47,170 Adrian Bobeck 37,62,170 John Bolte 44,45,50,86,170 Trent Bongiolatti 47,170 Ahmet Borekci 39,63,118,170 Charles Boren 47,74,170 Richard Boswell 170 Norman Bovee 171 William Brake 50,171 Charles Brestensky 47,59,62,171 Gerald Brown 43,51,171 Stephen Brown 47,59,171 A. Douglas Brucher 171 Charles Brunetto 44,171 Lee Buchtman 171 Dennis Buhrt 171 Paul Bultinck 171 Larry Burkhart 39,117,171 Daniel Bystran 41,82,171 William Cady 171 John Cameron 44,47,171 John Carlisle 44,171 Robert Carpenter 47,171 Ray Chase 172 Willard Catron 68,172 Louis Chambers 172 Joseph Charney 43,172 Kent Clapp 37,172 Robert Clendening 59,94,172 Tomy Cochran 37,43,172 Alan Conrad 37,45,90,172 James Cooper 90,172 Edwin Corey 37,173 Lawrence Corless 45,47,51,78,173 John Counceller 42,47,51,94,173 Glenn Cowsert 42,173 Edward Coy 173 Jerry Cuccinello 38,39,51,7O,173 William Daley 84,173 B. M. Daril 173 John Davis 44,59,62,173 Allen Dawley 173 Dennis Degroff 173 John Dietrich 40,173 Gregory Doerr 34,41 ,78,173 Otto Dole 4O,47,173 Hernando Dominguez 174 Thomas Donnelly 44,174 Patrick Dunn 44,174 John Edwards 44,51,82,174 David Ehinger 174 Kenneth Elchinger 39,59,174 Joseph Engle 174 Michael Esterly 174 Lawrence Feiler 174 Michael Fink 35,47,174 Russell Fisher 174 George Flanders 174 David Fogg 37,70,174 Dean Fox 40,47,90,174 Peter Francies 3O,37,57,49,174 Lawrence Fraser 175 Dale Funke 175 Glenn Gallaway 37,42,175 Dean Garberick 70,175 Walter Gawron 34,175 Ronald Gearhart 175 Ronald Geese 44,86,175 James Gibson 35,59,175 Dennis Giffin 37,175 William Glass 175 Robert Gleason 32,57,62,78,175 Gary Goltz 40,43,47,175 Rhea Goodrich 40,47,175 Linden Gray 38,39,58,59,62,175 John Grieder 175 Allen Gutman 175 Charles Hageman 176 Howard Hake 176 William Hamel 39,50,176 Richard Hancock 37,41,42,78,176 Edward Hanson 176 Robert Hart 176 Edwin Hartz 176 James Hayward 176 John Heffner 176 James Heller 44,176 Rodney Helwig 176 Richard Heter 35,48,50,176 Charles Hoff 176 Tom Hoffelder 176 Joseph Jacobs 176 Ted Jagmin 176 Glen Jentes 177 Ronald Jesswein 47,59,177 Gary Justice 177 Brian Kaeb 47,177 Walter Kasperczyk 177 Dennis Kazmierzak 47,177 Kirk Kennedy 44,177 Lynn Kessler 37,41,60,78,177 David Kilgore 35,94,177 James Kiser 41 ,42,51,177 Chris Klademenos 177 Clifford Kloc 39,58,177 Kenneth Knipp 177 Richard Kocerha 56,62,177 Kenneth Koebel 44,52,59,62,177 Craig Kortman 178 Paul Krabbe 178 Barry Kravitz 178 Thomas Krissel 47,178 Robert Lampi 178 James Lamprecht 178 Ronald Langheier 178 David Lathrop 34,90,178 Barry Laudenslager 50,74,178 Paul Lemke 45,78,179 Anthony Lopinto 179 Miklos Lorand 179 Robert Lowery 179 David MacDonald 179 Ronald Macklin 179 Timothy Macknik 37,179 Gary Mahaffee 35,59,179 Albert Maiocchi 179 Henry Majcher 40,60,62,78,179 Victor Maika 179 John Martin 179 Paul Mauuszak 30,49,57,82,179 Dennis Maugherman 37,179 Kenneth Mawby 37,56,62,179 Michael Mayer 180 Robert Mayer 35,50,180 Anthony Meczykowski 40,47,180 Delbert Meeker 39,58,180 Donald Meister 40,47,180 George Metzger 180 Alan Miller 180 Joseph Miller 180 Kim Miller 47,59,62,180 Russell Miller 180 Thomas Miller 180 Richard Mills 40,47,18O William Mitchell 74,181 Gary Moore 34,42,59,181 Patrick Morrissey 181 Mark Mueller 49,181 Ramon Myers 39,181 Harlan McClellan 181 Dennis McClelland 181 Donald McEvoy 181 Thomas McHugh 181 Stephen Neal 31,51,57,94,l81 Timothy Neddy 41,82,181 Dale Nelson 35,50,181 James Nespo 51,61,84,181 Charles Niksch 47,181 Richard Northrup 181 Ralph Nunciato 182 Stan Oathout 44,182 George Olbur 47,182 Lance Olson 182 Ronald Padd 182 Edward Pan 182 Vernon Pankow 47,182 Arthur Paquin 182 Robert Pauwels 47,182 Edward Perusse 41 ,47,78,1 82 James Pescetto 182 Sigord Peterson 39,182 John Phillips 47,183 Rollie Planson 36,47,62,183 Paul Plekan 183 Phillip Polland 183 Donald Porman 183 Edward Porter 40,47,183 Michael Powell 58,59,183 David Price 183 Darwin Pyc 39,58,94,183 George Ramey 35,52,63,183 Charles Rheutan 183 Michael Ribarich 183 August Riehl 49,62,84,183 Carl Rippey 183 Roger Robbins 183 Raymond Roberts 39,184 Robert Rose 184 Walter Rovenolt 38,39,45,51,94,184 Richard Rudolf 43,60,62,90,184 Linda Ruoff 37,50,62,184 Frank Rupe 184 John Ruth 184 Terrill Ryan 184 Ernest Scarozza 184 Donald Schemahorn 184 Harold Schmaltz 185 Kenneth Schmidt 37,43,185 James Schwab 59,185 James Schweiger 185 Robert Sears 185 Thomas Secondo 185 James Sexton 37,60,78,185 John Sheehy 44,185 Phillip Sherry 41 ,47,78,1 85 George Sich 35,911,185 Brian Smith 41,60,78,1 85 Charles Smith 43,51 ,56,74,1 85 Robert Smith 41 ,7O,185 Theodore Snure 39,711,185 Robert Soley 44,185 Douglas Shenk 186 Scott Snowden 186 John Spalding 44,186 Robert Sparks 186 Robert Spencer 94,186 James Stafford 186 Robert Starr 37,70,186 Herbert Stoerr 186 Joseph Stone 66,186 Larry Stormer 186 Chester Strader 37,94,187 Joseph Sullivan 37,41 ,45,60,78,1 87 Eugene Szyikowski 41,44,90,187 Janet Tapp 48,51,187 James Taylor 187 Phillip Thomae 34,51,187 James Thomas 44,187 Gerald Tiede 187 Russell Tobolic 44,59,62,187 Thomas Trenchard 187 Don Tritsch 187 John Urban 187 David Valenta 31,40,47,187 James Vande Putte 187 Brian Vannoni 34,41,187 John Vendor 84,188 Albert Vergona 44,59,188 Gary Vollinger 188 Carl Walker 188 Dale Waltz 44,188 Randall Webber 31,37,57,188 Richard Werner 188 Ronald Wesoloskie 84,188 Maurice Wessel 188 Lawrence Whitlock 188 Jon Williams 189 William Wilson 37,189 James Windler 37,45,62,74,189 Gary Wonderly 189 Gerd Wuersig 189 Marion Wyss 189 Gary Yarger 4O,47,51,189 George Yatsko 94,189 Frederick Yoder 37,9O,189 Theodore Youngren 39,41,62,189 Ronald Young 41,9O,189 Samuel Zagaria 94,189 Daniel Zaenglein 44,50,52,189 James Zek 35,82,189 Giordano Zett 44,52,59,62,189 191 '53 if 5f'l':p'Tf Q:"7"7E '?:?'fif. 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