Trine University - Modulus Yearbook (Angola, IN)

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Somehow the myriad of hopes, some for, some against that man, who cannot even rule himself, yet can within the intimacy of oblivion, be able to rule what will be in a Conquest of the Future. academics . . . . 20 student life . . . . . 38 organizations . . . . 66 honoraries . . . . . 88 greeks ..... . . 98 sports ....... . . . 132 administration . . . . . 152 senior album . .. . .. 162 l. fs 1-ag we Z , A xv - f 4 NM, L , .si W ' A X 'mggxx W 9, , A W X ,1 xx , WG X ,, 4? Z N XL f A ff M! L. Q WWW K WZ x .J ,Q S533 , , 8 'H VV' ,wvl is , X MKW' if A W W, Y i l na ry' , E f 'i if 475 F v wr W 'fww x Y ' M W, Q- SQA W gig i . W X X .Q is-A ,,,, , , , X STFVK WQXYW' ' ' -f , , 3 , ae , 5 ' X- 1 is 2 X ,x Mx, 5 X S xx Y ,o ,Q x 32:3 l it if if Z ,K Q, f Era, 2 E f i ai ? 2 ff ' ,, A Ng X, NW N Qs . ,MW QS A Z , 1 M, ' 7-in ., 4 if - M, .. , fp .l 1- r 'ai " ' V f J if , X A A If f 'Ni , fl v lx 42x 4 ,, ' , Y, ,1 1 s Q . E Top Leftg Apples are sweet, but oranges are tastier, Bottom Left, Phone booths are for phones, not for little girlsvto play in, Middle, The Grand Piano given to Stewart Hall is a very respected gift, Far Right: The Administration Building, the life blood of our campus. i ,ny-ap wxrg G? , Ji l l i l 2 l i 1 V-mifh' 4 We 's QS Sf gb in sf 2 Q- 'hx S w a 1' 7, x .wx X Qi 'W' 'K gk Bottom left: To Cris Luke it was wet, but to us it was funny, Middle bottom: Bulle- tin boards at Tri-State keep all students posted on all current events, Far right: Man contemplating the future and has seemingly found the answer, Righty To in- sure our future, many students gain knowledge at the library. I A ' S. Sw, ra 3 2 W-.....4......" 'tis ' sf ar' . Q ,L ,i,. , A ' ' A 6 l MDM 161, f V H- V K , M W ..,. 1 , H ' E ' .1 - 4 :.'a1fge..-rare? Fffif . ,W i 3' 4- X i V:g,i,f,,, sf Z Q 1.11.-iz t ,..,e.. : -. 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Q if g ogy -f Lys X-1 , J l 3,1 J ' yr Q, MS bulk V, s ,Y ff -S , Wf,,' S54- ,W ,, .. lil X919 , - 'W WW x-'IW ff-i Qi f X A wg 5 fr x 4 ers V 4 f Q 'S if His-1, , x Q Z ff lqitsf-my " ,, V it 1 f, - , , fmt - mm, . f WMJ f-zfwff-5 'QB cf, V ,J 2f,,'f,'2y7gt.ls1s XXNM7 , 0 wxlbj' :qsswf ,. WW K 9. 1.1 ,V , , ,wwf kr., ., f , x x s , 0 ' J fa W , L ' 4 2 2 5 as , 9 1 if 1 f Q sf ' Z 514325 ZiSYSiZ2 f ' V ' ' 8 ' X A x 5 -- x 1 " V ,- fl V - i Y' Qi! 25 Above: The John Best Hall of Science building, Right: Abstract art takes its form at Tri-State, Far Righty My friend, Denny Brooks. Q E ' ' i.- 'fl-235' , ' at iw arm X UI Jn new up wr tw Y gy Y hx ,u 'W , ww W iii -W 12 i QW MP1 swrs. , , 5 X 1sfrvff'fiffwmw?:,frz-QWWMMFAA - gv Top Leftg Being warped sometimes takes a toll at Tri-State, Bottom Leftp Rose eating her well balanced meals at Edelweiss, Top Right: Liberal Art Musicians at a professional col- lege? Bottom Righty a partial view of the new Physical Education Building. IOUNDID Ill '3- P , J! W3,,,'Um,w,,,, WMM MWMQ W W AN ish K Q '11-,,..,,..,. el '45'r...-Agfvviyukfk .iv 4 Us is 3,5 ug w N 1 ..1s,,,,,,,,,k, . ...Nt , . 35-,., E fp. so 711' ASW' C-'iff 'Q M, 4' . . Sf ?,k St X 'A , 'Z 1 Q , i 5 5 ii Y ,M A , Vi ,Q t, , g , ' x Q y 3 at I ax 1, Q Mm-gf ' S X! rw X Hx. , lf' " it 4, 1, W! Aboveg Man of the world, day-dreams and all, Top middleg Blessed are the meek for they shall inherit, Far Lefty Student publi- cation photographers stopped Winter Car- nival Queen Connie Hendricks to photo- graph her beauty, Lefty Many guys brought dates from home for the Fall Festival. 5 ' fg 4, .if ff 'V as 4. 10. , Q H 'v A 'sw ,. ' x- if Qt ' I - ' - 'TQQIQ - ,, A , . . L21 ', '?'?24 w" I K , 4 x f an 'Q J X f 4 QQ f asf 3 2. y , f 5 Vi f f . , . r ' ' f rv if S' f 2 42 5 W N 2 wp, v Q 5 5 V K -. 1 fe Y 4 .gg ly, 5531? R+ 4 9 'J 1 X . ,... fa K 1 if IVIQV... . sm , 9: , ff 3 ff f' Hz, ,S-61 2 1 ' ,L ,gy 2 S f 1 5 K, 3 . W six we ' W 3,226 N . 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Above: Don't look around Harry Bobben, you are being watched, Left: Tri-State cheerleader, Joedy Packard, cheers at a soccer game in a frivolous manner, Top Left: Tri-State is slowly becoming a Coed College, Bottom Lefty Lining part of Park Avenue are some of the fraternity row complexes. 19 -'-fgMZl3 4 f., x'Q9r?f93f:' ' ' 5, ,X if A59 Lower Left, Whether this beast is a pre- historic monster frozen by the extremely cold temperatures or just a plain cold automobile really isn't important, Left, Trodden paths in the snow were not un- common, Aboveg The journey out to Pok- agon never seemed as long as the walk back up the hill, Below: Temperatures fell quite to the dismay of many students. It ,,,,,,, ms. gs A , Mfg 1 it IVR ST' , 6112?-:ref IEAHX K hmw"""""-.-..s.., .AW 441 ,ww 'ummm' 'fu QQ ,L sv 1 U F? 5 ,se-49 Y ,4.. 354 H., gg , w fav 5 fa . wwf 3' WH, MW? .M 'QW 4 i 4 A! f fi, fi' 2 Q if 1 f W' , -Q' Wx W.. if 3? 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I 31 NSW Z" AM ,QA S,,,.,Qt.a, ..., J fi Leftg Mr. Behee kept a very close observa- tion on the new physical education build- ing during its construction, Center Lefty The Bloodmobile came to the library dur- ing Winter quarter, Gary Graham gave blood, did you? Bottom: Tri-State held a Silent Vigil during Spring quarter for the Kent State shootings and the Cambodian War, Belowg The Tri-State Jazz Band held its first campus concert during the Spring with a successful show. XPMKZSE' If 1 i 3 l 1 5 4 I w xx X 'Mes " V' Z . ,K , Q I wx N A N 5'-QM. Q hunt..- XL ,jf X -'NK Above: Mr. Trennepohl caught teaching Business Law. Righty Dr. Allen gives a lec- ture on chemistry. i f if - is MW 'Q' 1 f, M QQ X Education Depends on Student Involvement 1 3? 'X -. '. 4 1 -r , u gl 622' I ff-1 V: 1, V ,f iii 4 mar The student lounge in Best Hall served a useful purpose for many students. Steve West at least looks like he knows what's happening. Mr. SanGiacomo conducted many discussions on Literature. 4? 1 f 4 2 ami Cal 4 fi rx Q E E? 2 ti? 5 f af 2 5 i ., 4. Q T5 5 ig 30 .Q 1 Vi gk if' if is ,574 'fi 1? i? Mixed Emotions of Tri-State Highlight the School Year as K if i L, 3-, vKA.,. Wm. J: 2 Vhiihrv 4 V R . 2,.. XL, nv! f , .W N5-N 0 A happy well adjusted student. Prof. Lansford displays his skill and interest in his coaching activities. There is always interest and excitement on Registration Day. 3 5, ii i 4 ig M, f E Z Mlll"""""N 'tbkqdkvtlumffuw in I V 'W , emi Y f N4 N sys - fx 4, .. K 'XX' x ,. ,,.,.,. A.. pf ff M 9 W ? . 3. QQWNWRE fi, 1 'QWHUF war Dr. Hill is fascinated by the IEEE project. Left: Going to class proves to be difficult. 'Shih A-4, X , 4, 2 L S A : Mr. Hippensteel helps students in bio-lab. Q J 1 1 w I N w 4 r N w w 1 Q Q W I D s 1 Q 1, X 1 4. , ,. ,: il 1. iw r, M V , , A I s 4 i 0-tv Mr. Rhinesmith points out problems to a chemistry student. ASW. f xx Q xx --5 v1N""M23W"'eWW 1, L... iii fbi L25 27.1 'Ili -::L fg: '-za H2 Class Discussion Broadened Student Knowledge A 1 'iss :fl ' 'Ei 'Rid -4: 3 'fi' 1 g W 'A ,Qeiwe 5, 2 , X 0 bi-. 40- ff 4 A u gf 9 R715 if w Ki' .31 f 29 Z' 1 .4?.,,,'f . - 1 I i 1 i if ,M ' 2 is f f f Mr. Guilford caught in a rare moment not playing bridge. Charlie Borneman was an active participant in class discussions, when he went. Dr. Slagle showed Jim Chapman the correct chemical procedure + A ' 5 K l X f of ,g wgatsiggp ' I ,f Lf 'MT -:-.1 . W N1 H Xfrv Xfgfxi X X lx wg' t .Azxr"f'm:'?'w3 M f W X ' 4 5 X , V S X XNJ,f ' xfkmifz -2"TYif23 "X X' 'N ZS . W W f' Q K U' Y C if A f QQ X jk 3 'Jf' S N X X X X x sw x x 2 ffqm I 6 X T W, Nj sw , Wy, M M 4 N L 'W V , K ids Es, K Y LN- 7' My Q! A wifi . M iff ff' , ff' ,xi-sfwl fi 4A Z r f f f . xg f 1 If is f f 'ff X Z .s 4 Q X , XX4? IKM" 5 rj Q ,si - 1 fxssksgru ff 2 . NJ' ,,.5N3,Kyg ig I 4, 1 ,Ly HE , f fy ,X X QVN 1 bf I 401' . is3l 1'?'Jf:, ff ig at . is i X5 7 sk: xiii N s 1 Isis! 'Q 'NRI fb 5 X Collecting accurate data in laboratory experiments is extremely important. Mr. Hamilton was a guest speaker at Drug Seminar sponsored by Circle K the ww, 2 i Ludmil Vulchev and Mr. Kemp observe the subsonic wind tunnel in operation. Mr. Holcomb operated the tensile test ma- chine for several of his lab sections. 2' X S1 'ty as aw EMM 4 5 A W saw 'ili 2 'X "f X Nitin i 1' ' xg XAAAJI .,jq.mN'.,: 5, 5 ,Q- E X 'iii , ia' 3.4 ' by X Qs! f fb W ss l as , as X-J. , N, X X Sm 3 S , w, 'vE,ZQ,,v, Mr Eble believed in accurate Physics lab in , ...f W .A M . 1 5. agglu- YA ,, , , an ul 'S M 'bf f im i 1- In Students passing between classes found these co-eds distracting the normal flow pattern. Editor Bob Vorthman, Student Senate President Rex Ward, and Associate Editor Al Scrie- ber, discussed plans for next year's Triangle. xn' I x A,A , :ll Y .--l' if E .. b f . Q., ,11',. , A 31 . 1 1 Qifiwsff X V .3 ' ' f ' , . Km M.-K" Spring quarter's Jazz Concert, held during the school week, gave those students that went an entertaining break from the studies. V Mr. Dolan explained many drafting prob- IBITIS. Mr. Eberhardt showed interest in our en- vironment as he Earth Day activities. devoted time to the , 'swf QW S Q g fh"'f ' 2 hahW was w0nmwv ,ff If sr' .av ai ww W Champ must be telling another story about those Indians again. X. ,V ,, Z 4 X 4 X X S FU CD SD c CD '1 N 3 Q. I N 3 I 2 O o 3 o' o -h GJ Z E CD '1 CD FO' E o o -N FO' 3' CD 3 o U7 fl' 'o o 'D E LD 1 O Q! 3 'U C UI 5. FO' CD 2. CD E CD Y' Qu Mt, tx Q. 37 ng Y 455,91 22 Q L w N 9 39 5 Q G ? .Sh e Q A' XA, 1 xx saga: fx ily. x1AW,r w V4 X e 1 if 5 ,1f'2fi,gf:1Q,3 ' X ,Q we sie e V al' 'fsiv V F We Q- ww aff' , . , we ,y A ,,V,,4,,3 'Mi ,Vg .JS F s-I-MSN, v , K 1 N ff Agri ff Sk f fx NYS- ,, , fl X 5+ S in E f 1 .1 , 1 G' 'UH , :, , 2. A qw if. QW . if AQ' X f ,Q Q4 4 1 , ,e if Q . ' 2 , f W 'sity N 6913 f Year? 'S I f .. Q4-Pi XQMNXN :X 'Q , Connie Hendricks Q - A F.. ' 4 .lu Q n , .:,,,, 4. K, ' r X mf x N +R fx N 3? U' W X: .:2iZ,s : Q X A 4 'i Q ,, V 5 j wfgf - Q 1 1, , . A Kw , Y gr 3 4 21 " ,, . U M , ,, W ini ' P. , 4 ' 3? e , if , Q x f 91' fn ff ' i5':fa,If' ra, x Y L f' Q a . Y Q QB 5 Q10 .f 1 45 11 . , 4. Connie spotlights activities 40 6 9 1 I K Az ,. is 46 if Q QB Ns X R 2 1 ef, Ji A ' y. Homecomin mn' XX V, . ........,. : X Q 1 R ,ff - W ag x . f .... 5 WCVV A f ZY N I wr' in -new if Y x l me -Q ' ' 4 ' We vt 2, 9 'wif' .., fl' Wig 5, X A v ' ' if , if 4 xi meg? Gordie Pearse expresses himself as he tries to fly. -1:1 st: s my v .4 N? ' 2 V. A -'l, gs: I I .4 . I, A kk 'Q N . af 5, l g 5 is l l X .. 1 X 4 .V 7 L ,, Q X ' I X Tau Kappa Epsilon tries to bridge the generation gap. if sv"Al- 2 I U .W 'Q 'H i 4 QW 'Q if ,gy 53 49 -ii is 41 AEM was M lil. 5 Q, Campu at 35 A P X " f J rv. ga. i' 23' W 4 .., , L is vig? J 5,5 r V xt M X ,Sw Pi w i' 4 J Activities Highlight Fall Festival ' -' an ---'aw' 41" -we-, -.4-.. - q-nu w ...M-.Q -bmw an-w --'- .ymqp -an-our pw -motor -www ,fy-on I, J i l X i l .... .12 .,.. , ...qu 5 .ji . vw w ,. -mineral! ,wwpi wr-1 active wb we an I .us--we Q S , ---- nm Q was H1 'IK 4 Jaw wnve few u 4: ,-,-.. am-u wa- C Kim 5 3' its Top: Queen Connie Jean Hendricks. Bottom, left to right: runner-up Kathy O'ConneII, Mary Kay Armstrong, Jaime Ann MacCready. The name of the game is what ? ? gs ' 'Y 'ig' S . ' , Nikki :::- L Ng.L, 'T' Winn,-.. X I1 rim f em 'W """""""'wWe . , 5 ' .4 Snow wasn't the only things they could pile as the Sig Eps took first in the snow pile. 115' The sled race was definitely the most challenging event held during Winter Carnival. Gene Hirniak received the Mr. Tri-State ward from Rick Wood at the Friends of Distinction concert. li' Nw-.... What's up Doc? 'hvfw swiss! 7 - Q iz f Q 'ik MW: , 'Q g i "' -41 f " .E Rc 7 v,,f' Connie Hendricks was crowned queen of a Tri-State festival for her second time. E 1 1 F' I . I "' Q 4 4 f I F . 5 ,342 A 4 sw W . if .fy V vi, 266515 f f M 5 F Wy Q Hai? , as A' A 4 ,ff fy f f 15' if ff 6. W. - ' ' ' 'i . A ' 5.2 . I 'xvw v xt? U14 N mf 3 f if . X . f f .MQW Y Y fi ii? 'lm ,..,., . l ws- 7 6 5' xg 1 z- , To I sf 'ii Jig? .iw i i 'f A Et YZ Pa ww' 45 Student Begin to If. ff 'I 'NN f, 5 Plot PoIlufion's Death I iffy 1 4 sh ' ' 'Q-l, , sf v at I . G K J V 'N , Q' A J 5' I +R K ,,g?g.t E '.i Students who participated in Earth Day found their predecessors had left much to be desired. Even bulldozers were required to clean up the mess left by people who didn't care. Joe Salla found that even lakes aren't off limits for pollutors. we i ,a .ax - Un- ' 1 f'pnfre,:t, .. -.c, , Qghf.. A shovel, rake, and broom were three things essential in the cleaning up of pollution on "Earth Day". This may be the only way to live in the future if pollution isn't checked now! Z sf ,, ' A committee discussion outlines of the things which will be undertaken on "Earth Day". Why not give earth a chance and stop pollution now! A step towards poIlution's end was the planting of a tree outside Best Hall by Doctor Bateman. l 1 X Students await in readiness to begin PoIlution's Death. With everything else ready, assignments to particular sections of the county are handed out. A 554. " W"l1!.'Hl' 'wwf W., , 1 N""'4- ', 'l wif' Above: On "Earth Day" it was planned that cars would not be driven to school unless necessary. Lower left: Part of the many loads of trash which were cleaned up by students and faculty. Xl 2+- . . 1 wg, M ,wwf S... .aG36ifn..3f46w...J' W ' i" MM" .Mmm ' --..-.... , Q .3 ,QM gig K , 3 1 f x A 4 ,Y W, Q U' i wil? k 7 if . ia f St 1 -an f 9Vvm'g:iE dim, ,A via, Johnny Maestro, lead singer of the Brooklyn Bridge, sings one of his many balads as pretty Carolyn does her thing. -5s5mtw : f ' 'N Q' .- Y .... A f -' f I' Q f 'K " - ' I' L X- f f 4, K i-wma? ' xxx gpg X , MMR A? k 4 '1 rrwtffiwfv ,X s X A Y Q. :X ig! , M X ,.,s1 H ,X new WWW f it , , ' ff- :mis Qt X X X sw Q XXV' 'V 45' X as Q x sg S N at i Above: The Righteous Brothers second concert of the year proved to be a success. Left: Enne provides her folk music at a free concert. -t Brooklgn Bridge, Righteous Brothers End 69-70 me wi , R, .i Eff: 1 i it ,. "H xiii -'i - s wi 114314. ': girvifxg'fwpff.wfs-'s1y. I C - . if. N M, 5- JA W ,V ' ,Aan '--. E .ii ,rz'. Q r V' . i . .o?' ..' 1 . ,,1e.-1' , ,' ""-'rf ' S ,. 1.1, t-i15i.gl5i W gg! S-tiff If mg! ff' 'V If 4 ,sn if 5 x gg jr a r , xy Q, as NM l 4 fll to I Ayr 1 5 After the Righteous Brothers lost their equipment in the Fall, and could not perform, their return engagement in the Spring was an impressive success. 52 v ' 'High f Fred Smoot, warmup act for the Bridge gives one of his entertaining monologues M igi Q 1 5' gulf? 'Rf Q 1 R H I 1 5 2 z is Qsig Greek Week Promoied Inier-fraiernal Qpirii M jf - a .A ' , 5. X x -I we 5 , fs- fr ff, E ,rf I '12, AQ, ,R A K K .4 'V an .I Q' " ff' ' " if '- ., M - lug, Y J' ' , ,. V :Q .jg , . . W,..2z, - 1 ,, rx, - p .-we . - 5 V - f -visf 'W , ' N .1 Q3 f 'Q 2 as E Fi ,iv 5 . 1 A ' f' A , as Q Q ' L lx . 5343. W" .- ,A 6,11 Xie p Q 'K - " e , ,, iff: ff, 5 , X- ,G 'n pw A' , -'lag L Ml: 4 ' - 9,3 M - .u ' Q Q ,.,.. ,, I. -'-- -. , r ,Q V , 9 is ga Q -,W x tff 1 n ,f f S 'K M. 1 r ,ff ' . . ' r , Y ax- 4 . -- 'I f I .y fp s ' , K ' -ff.- ' ' " ,nf ' J -0 A A i..1,'.i3':. Q 44513 P s ,Dt ,D , aiyfixdx 5:4 Qqix vqx ' f ' , Y 5 " uc r .- I gf i -rf' ,iw " .0 f 3 i 1 The TKE's during Isplashdown. 2" a fi fffwf' 1 S '- 1-aj' N Jr ir 55M fs-, :gg in Elk ' If are -..., ff If, e 4 i r f e ee 1 e f s we? Q, ,K N 1 , , 'V Y if ' In ' , ' , " U ,2 'X 11: ef- l -, r, A -fig, i fs. J . , , 1 A gi. que s s eb 1 gf a e if W . ,, fl . 5, ,. ,, M V A e 'ff 1 ,S J -sir new Q W Tau Kappa Epsilon sprinted for first place in the bed race. 54 Riding on the bed during the race looks as though it isn't the safest place to be located. ,.X.,.A. S 4 xi c W , S I X 1 f gqgy . W X Mksi. -L, t, X ft Q , if f 3 S W 5 x W' ,X ' ' ' 2 f 1 -WX if Q 1 j t ipqifi J X '.iN3. .ifi X, Ah yes, dates were also popular during Greek Week. l l Sigma Phi Epsilon upset a heavy Phi Kappa Theta team to capture first place in the mud tug, and went on to win the Greek Week All-Events trophy. - A f ' 1, Li 1 : -X 1 35' - T M ' X X 5 if W' ' ,...,,' W. I . . " e ' 7 K ' P75? sg V -, sfiifaiitff ' - . . 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Y Q 4 lm, . . ix I llll i - xg 2 as asss 5 iada . . . K gg if ,, , 1,, V w 13 A V -f R M ., ' : s We f W if s rrrcn at x M' x It W In wg is 33 ,um 1 11,1-f t 5 Q W . . ig , , X 5 e -fi gg ? is A wg gt f .iw if V I 4 W' - " 5 w-...-.Q sy 56 'iw' Y... A group of outstanding students from Platt Hall tend to be mischievous on occasion. A student at Tri-State may say "That will be the day when 301 girls enroll at T.S.C. G' m-WMM X, -www Q, , b Q , Aga" 4. f, 1-. Q22 ,f .i Q, in ,Ang ,I D i A Ulm ' I. xif C I why. , I if , K 38: s if lan S ' - t A, W l L.. Yay? ,k . l , aw, Mg: wi-ew . -.cu ge A Because of Platt Hall s mlsdeeds these fellows from Cameron Hall now lnve ln a nameless hall X. lax. affifljgg 13,f,Qff"i51f?eQf,7, One cannot help but be awe-inspired by this crew from Stewart Hall-Devils in Disguise. x 'i xi- i Q W ' 1 W W i 'fs' I' H 1 w 'Q 5 1 I ,A i is ,ss ttte We 5 f i 2 -Q WFP a " ii, - n , . .t..m-- I H"f -WM f--: Q- 'f if ,V.v .Wag " fwsffwwam-'mtg , -w 5 ar-4' 's ,if 1, hi av X 'Ui-ff, I A :'--lllllf l If an f ff swvgii-af -me s? wag e. i f if i s as ' V ,,. 4 Y' Qlgj 1, :,, xv 4, LT f jf vw "' bxgh s 5 M... . . Us A Different facets of life can be seen in Alwood Hall. These are guys from all parts of the world in this hall. Q i Q' mln in ,iq -i 4. O X tj 5, 11' rt. Xs Q , 15? 4 2 WW nljs so Qi Don Williams received his diploma from Dr. Lewis, the Dean of the Business School. gs , we so For the first time in three years, the Spring commencement was held on campus. Fall commencement exercises were held for the last time in the Angola high school gym. SX Riggs ka TRIANGLE -Campus Informer r urr nf New ov ra ThuC e SC ege Ed Boerman, editor Fall of 69, and asso ciate editor for Winter and Spring of 1970. 2 S -- tttttt , r . .. ,. . .,f ,gs mf sk , 'v: X , .'f'.'m. ,r .' tQ, ' e S ' Jim Krzyzewski, editor-in-chief for Winter and Spring quarters of 1970. Q-snr---5 i I E Under the guidance and direction of Jim Krzyzewski, the Triangle was transformed into an outstanding col- legiate newspaper. , The Triangle during the past year became the most popular and most read paper in recent years, as it gave the students excellent coverage of campus events. From an interview with Denny Brooks to Earth Day to the Science Fair to the Moratorium, the Triangle gave the students the true story and excellent photography coverage on current events that hap- pened at Tri-State. During the Spring the Triangle submitted several articles from past issues to a judging contest held an- nually by the Indiana Collegiate Press Association. This judging proved that the Triangle was a mod- ern colegiate newspaper as it re- ceived four awards of merit. X-1' W' Al Schrieber, staff member and newly ap pointed associate editor for Fall of 70. 4. ...ar Bob Vorthman, assistant to the editor for Jeff Freers, news editor, interviewed Den- 69-70, and editor for Fall of 1970. ny Brooks before his performance at the Winter Carnival Concert. I -Q-J Xw 1 A' v fav, V f ., ,e w X t .X M y 5 6 , H' N' u Q x' '. ' ,K a .. N .ww ' ,.,, H' y ' 'R NX , ' A 1 KX 4 " W ,M ff.: 3 x 5 X r an Q xx 5 0 . .- 1 sg , l Q . 1 .. -' 4- w . " 1-an , J Q as 4' , f K K iv , 5 K 9 - me 1 v wr , V ' Y a K ' I w ' 'M M V lugs .M ., v vi - 4+ 5 r 5,1 in W , QQ. I J, ' A ' V , 5' 4 S 1 ' vw' Z i xx . X -, 1 9 vm if 'U l V ,. , M' f V Nw' M ,,,,, all in 5 3' 5 . if mm 1 .fp f f - . W' at , ..,, V 41-,--wa. X vw, rp xg T Nw Wi!! ,.,,. ll . xi Z i f W1 S f ,nw A X S 9 Hr 'Vx ff Q fum? FEM U l i l li O Stands for Organizations on Campus Organizations played an important role in student life on Tri-State's campus in 1969-70. Numbering over twenty, they varied from many pro- fessional groups to a jazz band and sports oriented clubs. A popular outing for many groups was the field trip. The Society of Manufacturing Engineers went to the National S.M.E. Tool Show in Detroit, while the Institute of Elec- trical and Electronic Engineers vis- ited the National Electronics conven- tion in Chicago and Delco Radio in Kokomo. The Mechanical Engineer- ing Society visited the Flint and Wall- ing Company and a General Motors Technical Center. Other trips were taken by Delta Nu Alpha to O'Hare Field, American Institute of Aero- nautics and Astronautics to Wright- Patterson Air Force Base, and Pur- due University was visited by the American Road Builders Association. For the more sporty individuals there were the Sports Car Club and the Schussmeister Ski Club. New to the campus in the winter, the Fo- rensic Society co-sponsored several pollution seminars. The Debate team won the l.U.-South Bend Invi- tational tourney and took third in the Indiana State Junior Varsity Championships. The Tri-State College Band pre- sented their "Sound Gathering." Special soundspeakers, stage setting, and lighting were employed to make the show the hit of entertainment this year. Service projects were not to be reserved to the fraternities alone, as Circle K sponsored the Red Cross Bloodmobile and the Annual Thanks- giving Food Drive among many of their projects. So as one can see by reading this list of activities and accomplish- ments that O does not stand for Or- ganizations but for Outstanding job done. A slippery gymkana. l I ...QNX ,QW 5: 4 YS Bob Conklin, President of ASCE, makes signs for upcoming meetings. Thunderbirds prepare for another flight. l i I l l li ll -i it ff sig VN R W1 ll UT l ws--M -inf Tom Scoville seemed interested in the visiting Hewlett-Packard display. .,,.-f.-... -H . .. 5 f 4 The IEEE lost their bet with the MES on the largest membership attending a joint meeting. The losing organization had to perform a task during Winter Carnival of pushing a wheelbarrow around the Circle in Angola. Bob Vorthman hides from the camera as he took his turn pushing the wheelbarrow full of ?? 4 Guest Speakers Highlighted Campu Aclivilies 6 if 6 ,X 4 S I S f' 141- K V -ts f ,- I ' . ..., W s", y ' f ,, ' V 4' E.: , ,, 5 5 i ., wa M g X W it as f -V 5 J f f an Q , F S X iw, ' 3' 'Q' 7 . 4 , -2 X 73 2 " W 'S 3 ' N ' -i f M X- X ,Ng ' fmwk 'V -- QW? 1 X X , X X , 1 . ,.. Xa Wiki if is I I 4. t X, , N. f A x 4 Q f we Ze Q Y' X fl Q , ,.,, 4 f V ,, -eff , , f 4 fy , 542 79 , F A ,,,, Y F Z H , ln. .ML .. z T ,M f Q"Lf2?f1, 'fgsald ' f is WN , fc I K ' inf NA The SME received the most humorous trophy for their float during Fall Festival. Organizations posted meetings on the "hitching post." I T EQ! f' i , RACYICTQ ?iUl3lTURlUNl f"Zf?Q PM TODA if y GN ,m skagxvnm :A fills? Q '81 x W i dxf? 3 55, W' a9l'!""2'i "Qi -' A f, ilu. ix "lv as - X V - ini? N, , , t I x, 3, QQ r ft P5 " YI? J.. .. -' Q2 .QI 'Q SA cami '65 Practice was the word for the Forensic Society. ...v--,-nv , - v - 1 X ,QQ B ZQEXMH JAM-W ,,,, Q we-',.,:t Q - f x0lU w.W,, W W N V,WWwfq,,N,t,.Mw Mm uxhg. -avi' wvmfw' M Alpha Kappa Psi initiation banquet. Bob Gunn, Business Mana Publications, distributed th ger for Student e Modulus dur- ing Fall quarter registration. . .w4.,N.. ws mmm Mwmuwiwawfww . , ,W -vi ?i :Y r .,. '-iff' . Y if? fag ."'u ,. 215 T. . American Chemical Qocieig American Insiiiuie of Aeronauiics and Asironauiics Alpha Kappa Psi Alpha Kappa Psi American Road Builders Associaiion American Soeieig of Civil Engineers American Soeieig of Civil Engineers Boosier Club Circle K Delia Nu Alpha The Forensic Socieig ' ' ,.','.n! . , . L .,. 34-A, fini? '-iflfql . -,wx Hx' '31 Ly .12 ,Tw ,JZ ,.f, J, Iii A .A.:,..'efA1 Infer-Fraierniig Officers Fraierniig Presidenis The Inier-Fraierniig Council , Iniernaiional Siudenis Associaiion Qocieig of Manufaciuring Engineers Qporis Car Club Y' B ,V 13.24--.1 , gf -'Ji-.ff , ,--,W-4 -. ' "."f!Pf. 2:- .- "B -114.51 'v 1' 5 .' .. 2 gif lg '-f ", .-H ' "xml : fx, ff-. -:xg .'+- -1' mf- ' ',,-ffwvw s 1,3-j,y...Ni-,A JAC .3 - 5 .yn ... , K 0 1969-1970 Qiudeni Senaie Officers Siudeni Qenaie The Flging Thunderbirds Universifg Chrisfian Movemeni - Sxfpax, 4 g-14gv 1 'I . T git -3 J . ,ya X ' jK-DV,-5. 1 T, fl if ' .': A- A If ,, ,x-, r qlb . , - mu .I 49,4 ,5 Q 9 qw l X ,, ,, . 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Q , ., W , ,v fr + 5 X W S, i W ,lu 4: 3 , 18, x ,ALAXh,: w A , ., , A ' A is ' "V" ' ' ff JZ., 'MQ 4 ffl.. - -. fx ,Stl LTR: Chris Hawk, Mike Wendell, John Glenn, Bill Czmer, Vito Ro- Chuck Horsley, Jim Kelly, Bud Prast, Bud Reichard, Jim Moore, bino, Gary Herl, Gary Davis, Bob McNiff, Warren Williams, Jim Joe Knight, Joe Stone, Dave Stamy, Andy Palmquist, John Semi- Doran, Rick Rammon, Steve Mikiluk, Mike Donovan, Floyd Baker, new, Charley Cline, Dave Elkins, Dave Ryan, CFront-Centerj Goat. O Fall Pledge Class. Bottom row, L-R: Jim More, Dave Stamy, Fred Lindberg, Top row: Bill Camden, Joe Knight, John Glenn. i nl Acacia V F ' ' i . Qin . fi ., .Q -R' I ' s V 'N H "' S K gf.: ' : .' My ,..,. wg' - gf-. , 'Q n ,.......... " V "" ,,..,, . it X' XX " M E , We 7 x , 1 ,,,. 3 V J VVV..- .... V V , , .V V ,V , X . f J X . --uf , V n. 'f .1 . Q M ,wr Q - , W W ' . " " . Y ., tg, . . A ' a .... se f ' Y , " q . ""' , . , . 2 A N ,, . W . . ... ,W . jp l f 4? M A ,V ..,,.. Q. . s ,V .. I . ,ff . ,.,. 1 ..,., 'fu J, I7 V. I, is im. .' , .,.. .we .-,airy , , .' 2 Jr ' , V: . V ' - ' A ---- , .,, , ff X ' A,,' -if , x . , . -.:.: ' . V V tl' ff A " ' , AAAA , ',V af G i I5 i Just as the word Acacia has sev- eral meanings so does the fraternity have several aspects. Acacia is a Greek word meaning everlasting life, and also a name of a rugged far eastern evergreen. With this ever in mind the brothers of Acacia strive to uphold their motto of human service. Acacia was chartered on January 29, 1967, and since then, has pur- sued the goals of scholarship, and leadership. Under the able guidance of the chapter advisor, Mr. Harry McGurk, the brotherhood has adopt- ed the program of ideals espoused by the National Conclave. In the future, Acacia plans more dynamic leadership on campus, a broader social conscience, and a marked pursuit of the attributed of b r ot h e r h o o d, individuality and chivalry. we-ai' in K , 5 ig 5 W -mail-A J d ' ' .V Q aww we Food and drink for everyone, even the dog under the table. "Well she's stoned on the weed, and the moo calf agreed" sang the Three Dog Night at an Acacia party. W sw V f gh x. if 'W ,sk Q, 1 w , W K X S .S , fx M Q 1 N , R ' x X X A if 'E X N x S , ..NN mm 'ASW' I Xi N fi X f W 'Q-N 4 ZffW?'2Wal Mif' ffm wg W KWWL? 43 904,36 1 "" ,.1? - : W A W i 1 E l Hz A H W M 2 ff :V 1, f W wen y W Z4 dig Q TZ l I fi? I E gs 2 103 -pp-..--.,., - utuiqjulinh-s QA-13 -w-qwwfqqv-.wwf--M--s-e-'gg R. l manning qi... iii lii A T iaiab f L-R: Tom Gabiel, Vince Delaura, Bill Kerschenbaur, Tom Flauding, Schoff, John Kennedy, Randy Hull, Jeff Jackson, Jim Braun, Steve Bennett, Dave Markel, John Calacino, Dave Morsey, Darrell Daryl Teed, Bill Ewing, Ken Rosokoff, Clenn Nita, Tom Battone. WJ 1 if I , 3 First Row, L-R: Bill Burdick, Girl, Bob Wagner, Tim Voneida, Gary Fako, Second Row, AI Hainbach, Jeff Holmes, Rich Bider, Bill Colett, Tim Taylor, Artie Neuman, Tim Adams, Rick Meyer, Gary Ciganek, CTKE Snuck inj John Zimmerman, Aurthur Shinners, Chuck Gellman, Dick Bible, Terry Reigel, Paul Brewer, Niles, Third Row: Randy Babb, Neil Sandige, Dean Spitnale, Kennedy, John Doran, Dan Tiel, Cecil Sasher. Roger John ,,,7,...,... .-.---A . - Alpha Sigma Phi Q-ww., 1 Everyone goes home for Christmas-Yes everyone!!! The Alpha Sig's have all the comforts of home. Q15 O Don't worry, it's only ice tea!! Parties are a part of the Alpha Sig life. Below: Boy was that last play confusing!! Y WM X Q f , ss H 1 Above: "No thanks!" I like mine better. Below: The Brothers and their dates on a little social get together. it 5 .47 f lf ,- tw 'W XS. fy 'W Li Boy, that ice tea sure is good!!" - le -wmv-vm MN 1- Mmm -1 112 Y.-in 1-slum , .,1yss-seein-nl 1 The Fall and Winter terms were both eventful and enjoyable for the Brothers of the Tri-State chapter of Delta Chi. The Fall quarter saw the men of Delta Chi achieve a position in the top three fraternities scholastically. During the Winter quarter our own Chi Delphia Chapter was installed. Chi Delphia is an association of women who are married, pinned, or lavaliered to a Brother. At present the bowling team is holding down second place in the fraternity league. Also during the Winter quarter, aside from the many social functions, much time and energy was spent in remodeling our "second home" the annex. Finally the Winter term brought the second largest pledge at Tri-State. Not only quantity but quality too, was gained with this group of fine men. Spring quarter finds the Brothers more at study but also many plans are made for traditional springtime fun. Greek week, Spring week-end and of course, another great softball team are- all promising to make the quarter a most memorable one. Delta Chi ? , , . x , K Q Sw Helping the less fortunate . . . A foundation of Delta Chi. The Chi Ice Company makes a delivery to neighboring Sig Eps. ,.,.,.... X 5: 5: 6 f wif V Q az f M. 'iz 0 . f WZZQ, 1 is ' , . ., - X , 4 , -.DX ' J 'fall Ti? 41 V ,I , S x. ,,i.iHS,f"" ' ' nd'--w...nnm-,nw , 6 1 A fk 1 1 , . f ir rv F . is if M r W2 a f f ' f f F . f ' - Z 'fly , ' t X it N -. . ,, 1- 4 ,W ff, lg.. -uni., I, I S536 V A fi A M N , , 55' Nm , . i 'mi 'i HQ Wi W ""K,w, I - ,lar rf' ......,....' ',,'Wf,'f2 f ....... H., -,ff..,,..aT"ff , L 1 ,Q-1 . X-T l .,-sr ' AM T , , 4.-1, l .. - """'W"'1l':5'5f WL--ww-qui 1. . -Q, s ,..,,i-, .x v ,. . ,- 41, .1 ,.- U.- , ..,1s..L..,:'C, . s...1 M-4, tt. 1, i' -I-01-Oimqw sg First row, L-R: Tom Tecco, Dennis Beeman, Dave Braid, Jeff Ober- don, Mike Stanly, Jim Ransberger. Third Row: Bob Edds, Rick lin, Tim Burmort, Larry Dudley, Dan Marks. Second Row: Bob Wood, Dennis Anderson, John Grey. Runyon, Ron Troyer, Dave Bacehowski, Jed Mundell, Fred Shel- HHN -,g 'W X S aiflmr Q xi Q 'rl si 4- -ni. - farmer f if w. 4 Q, er, Pete Walters, Bill Nagel. Second Row: Dan Stripling, Ron Shupp, Bob Stanton, Chuck Durante, Buzz Baker. . Jw I ,Q , A 4, - T C ' v i i? 4 ' - - -' -' Q W , ' wi ff I . 'ffl wmW,mms - -. . 5 .T f , W 'K ' ,Q , Q fb, J , -J ff, fy, 1 - K, i Wi' 'WW ff M. Ji ,, V f 2 tsl ix ""' ,gif I I :,,,, l will ,J ,B . Q ,,,,,,,,.. X T S 3- Qqiv V First Row, L-R: Henry Corneles, Charles SanAngelo, George Bend- Smith, Tom Kohler, John Weaver, Bill Boyer. Third Row: Craig -- ag.,g,.2.q,qiQ x"' .2 at 109 O N pw ii: gi , N' "sl 3 15 6 ., mwsxwiw asf Chartering speech by our National President. The Brothers are victorious over Pledges. C' , X I X Y ' FS 9 X . l We X ',:ss.f'fW 1 X 'life Jerry Sager accepts our National Installa tion Proclamation. f W x it M ,egg ,wg M 'ra Haw- 5 W admit. f . The Winter Pledge-Active banquet. 'Ui ii Q . 9 2 i 'E' i . WW QQ Our first initiates into the Chi Delphia Chapter. i f ta 5 n ,Pass Left: Delta Chi's in a ' 7 it S ction Kappa Sigma mm :nl CS , ii - xi S A I Qi ei ' 9' NW M 1 3' 8 Q -NYM eil' M K iv, - wr? 'Q an X a , , xx 5 5 ...Ar , . il ' ,gg . 'Q fl' 2 -H ' I .. A- . af ti? av , s ug if 3 X . "' , , L ,. . - , ,- x .1 1, V' 1 8 r 'S J 'f , N , 7. AQ Q :4 , r . A0 U '8- QMJWJ' R aff. 'E at W or -ag 0, mf S O f mr 7 fungi, 1 My S. Q , Ph First Row, L-R: Terry Padgett, Mike Woodruff, Dan Reynolds, Steve Mark Snyder, Walt Kern, Bab Moore, Third Row: Bill Maclvar, Ben Bushore, Frank Hall, Ernie Sluss, Bill Conley, Mike Chaney, Sec- Buras, Al Schreiber, Duane Siford, Dave Stewart, John Horton. ond Row: John Udris, Dave Allen, Steve Freeborn, Alan Abbata, wma A 'U Z his , -V 'QM T' ' H X ? 55" X 'K V N if"'k"w IW ' V 'V . ,,.,. ..-. . ' ' l A A Q A , - ,,., ...,... A I Q 3 in is -as K ,Q sf V ,f ..., .,:. X ,mam SZ. It N NI , , 1 as , ..., , W Wi A ' f X f f .L ' " M' 1' a., ' 1 . . RM f ' 2 K' V- 'Q " ' - Q 7. , 'www 19 as ' .li 1 fx I -il, -,W V 'A-' A 3 , W ew if , ri 2 'N if 545. ll' ,f 4 'iya k L. 5 Iii, N inm 5 6 fa, if f is N 2, V 'i WNV J ,I ...: z al: 1 A, W' First Row: L-R, Maurice Lepage, Jeff Sherwood, Tom Kames, John Tom Busch, Mike Coutts, Third Row: Tom Sloan, Charlie Ralston, Crane, Dick Bedy, Jim Sproatt, Bill Vecsey. Second Row: John Russ Burrows, Ken Kohart, Chris Mee, John Towne, John Grill, Isbell, Bob Gunn, Scott Salisbury, Dave Barker, Steve Durtschi, Rod Stafford. The wild bunch Our mascot on watch at the front door. Prospective Pledges sign in at a Kappa Sigma smoker. v SX si rw i 5 2 ' 0 Q Q I ' 2 as 9 1' I , .K z : s V A 'ls . 2 . ,,- 9 ' Q s 'I IM . I 1 o td ig '-9 1 .ff T4 2 ' inn i T Q O .f 1 Q' X. ns :IM 'Q-A. Q..'r- ig! My ,NNI ' m 'YT W1 ff? : Ji MB!" A, ., , 4 l 9225 im. Q21 W Above: The brothers take a break during another public relations project. Below: The party room gets a lot of use. i Phi Kappa Theta T z'mM,,,,,,,,,.wv-4 5 Eg 'aw Qing -9' l 'SKY 'elzgag ,g 4' Wi? 'wrfflaisfffl E 7' 53' FW. -Q 1 lull 'WWW MK Q S1 -. i Q First Row L R T Kruwczyk N Nix B Robme, J. Scotti, T. Rob- Iey, J. Sullivan, D. Marino, D. Yeoman, Third Row: C.' Buckman, erts L Gilbertsen Second Row C Kofius T Swartout, Val Dud- R. Bamer, B. Emersan, J. Chist, J. Bottone, H. Masiuk. The year 1969-70 was a year of advancement for the Alpha Gamma Chapter of Phi Kappa Theta Fra- ternity. Thousands of dollars worth of material and dedicated labor has given the chapter house an identity of its own which the Brothers are extremely proud of. The community minded Phi Kaps, helped in a Thanksgiving basket drive for the needy of the county, and also gave a helping hand in sending some retarded children to camp. Miss Suzie Creamcheese has won the hearts of all the Brothers during this eventful years. Suzie, a German Shepard, is our mascot who has found a home in Phi Kappa Theta. I'd walked a mile for Greek Week. EM KAW s - J, M 1'-. ' K 4 First Row, L-R: J. Walb, J. Bonacorsi, P. Brummer, J. Yoder, M. Third Row: J. Daigle, R. Nawrat, R. Kretschmar, S. Rubin, Art Mak, D. Halloway, R. Fiore. Second Row: J. Elder, C. Major, D. Gavalas, T. Scotto. Fourth Row: R. Kimball, Bill Sproat, A. Ban- Marinar, M. Street, J. Chapman, Allan Framzolino, J. DeAngeIo. well, R. Karpy, A. Lazar, B. Ritsick. www- lv Wx ,, . 5 4. fl' , 3? 43" Sf XM? :AA . " - wh Above: Home from a long journey. Left: House dedication. 8 Down and out! +- . P' mv'e'x'wWw 1- Above: Our public service team collecting for the food drive. Below: "1959" revisited party. Zim xl Below: The our house. captain America and Billy of l5I.!-I-.. lx - - Y V , 5. I , ,, I ri ,S The 69-70 school year was quite eventful for the Phi Delts. During the last three quarters, we have doubled our membership and it can be noted that we will try to double it again next year. Miss Connie Hendricks, pinmate of Brother Doug Focht, was named the Fall Festival Queen and Winter Carnival Queen, along with being chosen our sweetheart for the pro- fessional speakers and programs this year, not to mention parties and other social functions. The men of Sigma Phi Delta Q . Above: Our public service team collecting Below: "1959" revisited party. worked on public service projects too. Last fall the Brothers cleaned house for the National Nursing Home in Angola and later erected a Christmas tree there. The Phi Delts came in a very close second in the Red Cross blood drive in the Winter quarter, and in the spring helped clean up the Fox Lake Park. The men of Sigma Phi Delta throughout the year have demon- strated and encouraged strong fra- ternal relationships among ourselves and with other Greeks on campus. fo Above: Snoopy takes a rest. Below: Interested faculty attend banquets. x, , . In l . , , . . , ..: 5, fa X 1 1 K, f s, .K g , xx - .... 3, .,.. ,,. ......,.r.,..,,m.-m..mmWmwfnmmmmnmr 1l 2 g, 3, First Row, LR: Jeff Finnell, Tom Young, Robert Shipley, Doug ing Third Row Jim Gartan, Larry Bergauff, Scott Seigneur, John Focht Gerald Ruschkofski, Austin Mathes. Second Row: Don Ball Sesler, Brad Milner Fred Barton, Jerry Longe, James Taylor, Roger Myers, Jim Flem sr Z -:S - X if We N X fx sl ffl S N k Q W if ' 1 4' ZW The fearless trio. do . f About 8 legs out of 16 were working. Watch it buster. Winter Carnival was fun for all She had a good time! As a matter of fact so did he! Below: The basketball team had a good year . ze fb MM, .J-lf v l 'l l , Q.. Q 6 A Ag- , .- sm, g A r 1.2. f " 4 " fa-sr 45- iv- " 'U 'D A I l -- .M 4, ff .-'H ,fM.'1z-. C-'ip '. ea of A "' 7 .. eff.-.sfw --N,C"?f . -. -54 -rf , .... J.. .- 1 i sz. - ,. 1 . . v ' "-5 ' QQJ "3 -rf Ai,x:L,f'., sigma? .L .fir ...4 4 ' l 'Sur-ini Q iii., ,....,.....a1-agua Q ix Front Row, L-R: Marrinelli, Miller, Roler, Sucher, Knapp, Wells, Denny. Back Row: Leistrum, Flitter, Stock, Moore, Colber, Schultz, l? Oney, Meyer, Herman, Baker, Williams, Butz, McClellan, Todd, Crabbs, Hinsvark, Haylet, Tanner. 1 it tltt 24 -V., fm HUM 'i -we First Row, L-R: Linger, Sorge, Hundley, Main, Stewart Morasvic, liams, Kaufman, Graham, Hoover, Hurtel, West, Taylor. .Third W Damicco, Percell, Knapp, Matthews. Second Row: Brasser, Wil- Row: Shipley, Dungan, Wizzard, Bull, Martindale, Border, Siggy. Sigma Phi Epsilon " ff' ma 79 or f f ii First Row, L-R: Nebolski, Girman, Antella, McCauIIy, McMuIIan, Kozak, Bruno, Votral, Bove. Second Row: Stozak, Werner, Plank, Braun, Hoover fAliceJ, Palm, Marley, Tharp, Wesmeyer. Not now honey. f --. , X V ' y N xnxx , , iff Q Wm e 4- , . , 4. .., S ,ix if Q, S e We QNQWN ?' , 1 I Q . A 9 x ,QW dv, ' 6 Q . W ., 4 . -X V 71 ov- , . ,F . AX k l QW. . V I F 3 f 1 we Snowballs in the winter, waterfights in the spring. Where will it all end. x ,,e ik -.Q , ' 'C ' , A S 5, Q ' ' N 2 if Q ' 1 ' ' 5. ' 4 ,-..... .V ! . X L ii,,A Q . 'ii' l . 2 l v e X . 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Qfx, ffm 3 W' ffmi sf? V sas? Staffs gas! xv. " I -4' F as, ..,. Q K. S J , XVI M E. is A Q as - if , . i 1 ar f Ny e L.. l V. . . ,Q Ground: Linvill, Haller, Day, Richard, Scheidel, Padlo, Corp, Dalton, I-SFFOFS, Walker. Schultz, Leo. AfCh8nSel, GUilf0Vd CAdviS0rl- C3891 Miller, Willkenlng, Larabee, Farrell, Turner, Gay. Standing: Sokol, Maciariello, Shuler, Benshoff, Hey, Vanderbur, Grimm, Harkle- Collins, Cowsert, Yeoman, Sult, Woodward, Bowen, Boben, Mikols, road. i 1 i 3 The TEKES had another successful party fofrt the orphans. Each child received a gi . 2' cw I Q I X My f , V K A Q .,,,1,1. , M c What's the matter Ed, somebody put hay in your pants. Wrapping gifts for the orphans n Bike racing is hard work. r s if , W A if' X X x .,.. gf ,Wg is 41 if 5 lwy 4-www .N WZ f, x W SS I xi s Q, M , I f, -'W-vlgf 1 'WCW JP? A NVQ: M in M W .5 , J af J r. Z W 1 ,Q X r , I 6 gg 4 wfi T , ,l nm ffi , nv ., r., A X 2 gi A ,Af .5 , ,iw if '91 'H if f W S 41. r ' 'XY . 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Their Mid-Central Conference record was two victories and four defeats. The Trojans dropped their first four games, forfeiting one and losing the others to teams that had the advantage of practice and game ex- perience because their schools had opened earlier in the fall. They broke even the rest of the season. Mike Paleocrassas of Angola was the team leader for hte season with nine goals in 38 shots. Seven of his goals came on penalty shots, and he missed only one in that category. Wayne Schneider of Johnson City, N.Y., scored three goals and led the team in assists with five. Al Franzo- lino of Garfield Heights, Ohio, also scored three goals. The other goals were by John Florczynski of Union City, N.J., and Rod Mandes of Hershey, Pa., two each, and Dick Provost of Doyles- town, Pa., and Greg Warren of Wil- mington, Del., one apiece. Freshman Sam A b r a h a m of , Quincy, Mass., had 107 saves as goalie, with a high of 20 against De- fiance. Dave Hale of Sidney, N.Y., was credited with 35 saves. The team was coached by John Behee, assisted by Don Nixon and S. N. Paleocrassas. W' Horst Herrmann re f ,M . ,, h-wwf, NNNN 5 W mf Q fwfr' Q 4 'Af w , r 42 M , + ' ' IMHLZE , W ig f X 0 Sw p pares or another grueling battle. 'UQ V :H , V 1 M ,X .v..A Q J V A f fy, M W W In '12,-:. - , , .'1'1-.'f"' ' ff X , ., Ww?:f'3"' .l 2 ,f , , , ,,, iw If f ve, 5 M X ff MQ ue, mf , N f W ,f . gs , We , l , f M M M ,W ' WW - 4, 'k , Z y f X ,L V K , , 4 .1 ' 4, A X , M Z. V, V , X fy ,,, I .X ' ,f , ,, , f 5 M VME, www, . ,Q f W X M M -x f my , , 4 xv x ,, -rf W M ' . , f Q., f ff 4 f ,Q egg 3. ,f ,f YA, N W f , , , X , ff , U A H V ,K Q ' , H D C' f' " - ' H246 1 'X mf f ' 1 .x ,. , , ., ,, , ,W V ' WV 4 ,, , 51, ,, W:-1 , , ,W , e , N S f' f? - , 7 X ' 7, wr W' 5 MMT! if M ww' ff X ' mv f . , .. , , W ,. Wig? ,ff ,, 44,1 ff ,, W ,V f W' , ,wzffiw HQ " f f . 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They opened against Concordia, which had played several matches, and took a 7-O drubbing. They im- proved in a 5-4 loss to Spring Arbor and then won four straight confer- ence matches, including a 6-1 re- versal against Concordia. A 4-3 loss to Grace broke the string, andf they had to win their last three matches to tie Grace for second place, behind Concordia. An earlier match at Grace was rained out and was not re- scheduled. Number 1 Nuri Hamam- cioglu of Istanbul Turkey, a sopho- more, and number 3 Bob Wagner of Chambersburg, Pa., a junior, were honored as all-conference selections. Freshman Don Sanders of Lebanon, Indiana, playing number 4, had the best record on the squad with nine victories and only one defeat. Wag- ner won eight and lost two. Hamam- cioglu and number 2 Jim Hauer of Lebanon, Pa., the only senior on the team, each won six matches and lost four. Number 5 Scott Girman of Highland, Indiana, won four and lost three. Bill Blake of Ridgwood, N.J., played two matches and won both, and Ken Linger of Dayton, Ohio, won his only match. Tom Turici of Ken- more, N.J., lost in his one competi- tive appearance. All are sophomores. Talking over tactics before a match Wm Setting up a serve. Left: Coach, San Giacomo. Belowp Waiting for the I'etUl'l'I SSFVS. www... o M.-..-.-QM, ff' "-'vs , ,j . X V, , W, , V :V 2 f -Q, . 7 ' i -w 'ew ' V f' ,x ,,,f,,.,,,f-fvilsfk ...N X ,Q xg- 1 I ., M, -X gf A Wwgzj, 4, ,. -1, V W ff Y: ,, ,. ,:,,.,. Wff X 'JW f,f, " , ffl, X Q. ' ' ff-Xt.3' A - L r f K K f , U4 f F Q7 f N , ' 'gy W , "-f' - V ' ,X QW. XM Y W, W A V, X y V ,,,, 5 1 , 4" ""9'f'1+ ' ff' ff -up ', Q ,, f , ff! f , 'XV iff, -MAN X M... , , K MM- , f fir' , f ,W 'VT' WZ' '-'ii - "" mv-vfqwfv "W will ji1'i'1ig,., WMM- ...... ,Z ,A W 4 f ffm t ,3, . at ',, , X 1- wr ,M L if. 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Q17 'V A 'Qi' F ii 1 it A .X X. V .tw 5' g ' X gf? ' 13225 iN ,W X EIN? W ' Wy S 5. Qi - 'M . Nw 7' .779 of ' 1 ffff fi W e . ,.,, V ..,. .i ,., , , 5. 49: .gl ,,,, - . V, b. A X N: - f, N 9 . W , 1 ,Q 1 ., 4 4 K x Q .vw Z' 1 13 7 Tri-State Trojans Finish Basketball Season The Tri-State Trojans won 22 of 27 basketball games in 1969-70, compiling a record second only to their 24-4 of the previous season, and drove to their fourth straight Mid-Central Conference champion- ship and second straight 10-0 MCC sweep. They also fell in the first round of the NAIA District 21 play- offs for the fourth straight year, traveling to Hanover and losing 100- 80 to Hanover's Hoosier College Con- ference champions. Coming back from the Christmas break with a 7-3 record, the Trojans played their worst basketball of the year and lost to Hillsdale, a team they had beaten twice previously. Then they won 15 games in a row before losing their season ender to Michigan Lutheran by only one point. There were three close games in the MCC sweep, a four-pointer with Indiana Tech at Fort Wayne, an overtime contest with Grace at Winona Lake, and a two- pointer triumph over Grace at home. Ballinger led the team in scoring, averaging 17 points with a high of 41 in the last Spring Arbor game. He hit four shots in 49 seconds of playing time, including one from far back of center just before the half time buzzer, to pull Tri-State back from disaster in the second game with Indiana Central. Livingston averaged 14.6 points and Grill 12.9. Junior John Towne averaged 12.3 points. Freshman Roy Charleswood led the team in rebounds virtih an average of 11 per game and aver- aged 9.7 points. Ballinger and Grill were named to the MCC all-star team, and Livingston was chosen for the second unit. Peterman was cited as NAIA District 21 Coach of the Year. X 47' Above: Tri-State sets up a play. Below Hope they realize there is a lot of trouble I L I fb. p f' TW -L IQ 4'W4-wi A ' K in gg- 1 .' ffl' 7 Xiu "vb f I . 'V' , 1 R , Y i Golf' Team Dominafed MCC Conference I rs rf - ' 7 if " f . tp - V 921. -' .,, . , Q ' ' 1 . C Nl . . I Hin... , . ' 4 1 I5 I Q. its 5 142 MCC Conference champs fl-rj Coach William San Giacomo, Bob McCauley, Jeff Jackson, Pete Kempf, Tony DeRosa, and Gregg Berry. The 1970 golf team maintained Tri-State's lock on the Mid-Central Conference championship and swept all five places on the all-conference team, but the NAIA District 21 title got away again. The young Trojans Ctwo freshmen, two sophomores and one seniorj posted a five-man 18-hole total of 379 to take the MCC tournament by 36 strokes over second-place Concordia, and they swept through 10 matches with MCC opponents with a total of 141172 points to 8172. They had high hopes of going on to the NAIA finals, as their predecessors did in 1967 and in 1968, but their four-man 36-hole score of 609 was 10 strokes back of state winner Franklin and left them in a tie for third place with Indiana Central. In early non-conference matches Tri-State defeated Butler, Taylor and Adrian and lost to Ball State, Cincinnati, Indiana Central, Alma and Toledo. In the Manchester ln- vitational the Trojans placed third among nine teams. They tied Indiana-Purdue late in the season. Bob McCauley, only senior among the five who carried most of the competitive load, had the fourth best average for the season at 80 but closed his career with a fine 74-77-151 to lead the Trojans in the NAIA tourney. Freshman Pete Kempf led the team in season averages with 74 in MCC competition and 76.4 in all matches. Sophomore Jeff Jackson of Selma averaged 77.1 and 79, freshman Tony DeRosa of Angola 78.4 and 81.2, and sophomore Gregg Berry of Middlebury 78.7 and 79.7. Bill San Giacomo, Assistant Professor of English and Humanities, coached the team. "YW ' l .,1 ,V . ,gy A ,, 0 Q 1 .X ,M s ff? .rv , ' , I v ,, X i M Q ' W' , xy, My x, .g so , ' J, ' V H N---S , f ,J?f1'f,T+fWsr -, A NZ! , . 2 I ,K xr ,, Wx +5 WN, 3,4 as . ' s A 4 ,4 r . f-V . 9,0 .. ' . 'Ly ' 5 - - 2 3 . . A si ,, ,X t , X 4 fy Y ,gf wwf ,jfaf y x " . is ' ,N N 5 . V! .Hg 36 ff' X K ,, 4 x s N .X ,X K ,V ,iw 3 fy f ,, XM, Ney X L. 'Q ,Q 4' 3,4'3Z,3i ' L ,l . ,X . it . x ,lf Q sg wwf, if f f ' 7 W " 0 x QW , I . '12 , as , , ' sgsufx 5 ,- 5 X i 3,14 A Q X . iffy " We ' I . , x 15 , tw " "M MIA f ,'f HSN? ,Af ' "P, . Pete Kempf unleashes another 300 yard drive. 'U " r'k't :if N-is - ' ,r V Gene Hirniak chips on to the green M, 1 Nr . N I M X We Q ft 1 - s X vs si ss X-F "' ,N S' t f M-. x K x . I My ,J x if MX, WX t' X X 9 X. f. 'fi X 'K je f R 7212 A I - 'i ,giwwmgfs is Sw f 'F 1 V f. - r A X Q t t , 5 X , Q fx QA Q L h at - I x x K O was ,ff E. 5 ff, gt XV X' , S wi: ., 7 fr -f M Q , 4 is 1 X . S' Y X Bob McCauley, the golf team's most valuable player, hits out of a sand trap. Jim Scott putts out on the 18th green at Lake James. 46 Baseball Team Ties for Second Place in MCC 'P' iv' .5 144 Tri-State batter waiting for the pitch. The 1970 baseball Trojans looked their best against Mid-Central Conference opponents and managed to finish in a three-way tie for second place in the NICC on a 5-5 record. For the entire season they had 7 victories and 15 defeats. ln the MCC Tri-State won doubleheaders from St. Francis and Indiana Tech, split with Concordia and lost a pair each to Huntington and Grace. The Trojans divided non-conference double headers with Goshen and Spring Arbor and lost two games each to Indiana Central, Earlham and Taylor. Transfer Terry Nunn of Errdwell, N.Y., pitched five victories against four defeats and had the best earned run average at 3.00. Freshman Tom Kelble of Stryker, Ohio, pitched the two other victories while taking four losses and had the next best ERA at 3.20. The team had only two .300 hitters-Jon Bilbrandt of Bristol, Conn., at .317 and Armand Belardi of Old Forge, Pa., at .304. Dave Ballinger of Anderson, with three doubles and four triples, and Nunn, with a triple and two home runs, led in runs batted in with 12 each. Bob Lock- hart of Wellington, lll., hit one home run, three doubles and one triple and pitched one game, allowing only two earned runs. The team was coached by lVlr. Hippensteel, Assistant Professor of Biological Sciences. lfgg N 3 4, , 1 f wi x N, X -11 X X I X , 3 .... ,. A Q. - M 4 ' Q ls a home run pos we i' is it s apr If , -tie iffisf ' fp'f:f'+ ff' 11 L in D ' w 1., ls a ' i . , elves sible? ' f iw 1 4 XXX X fs bbbr Q 5 ,:.,. -I- 'YH M Q X f 'g ,. 5 XX i f X , - X ,, ' ' W QM Q N is f 1 o Q -V ag fi V -, f -L V, X X w i. , N X K X -fwfystg i 'x X is 'Q it -X M Q Q 1 M ff sf , vs U Q I , M S S - , Q A 53 , fx 'gf' so is M I s s Aja ss - f . ,X , X . Y V Ns, f - f . W ,f s , . M X , - ,V . V Q f- ,f . V si ' x ff, 'Af sf 'ai S Q' 'Amy W4 W-igrw 34 f' A Tri-State opponent is out by a foot. Tri-State trojans looking over their outfield players. Dave Ballinger warms up for his turn at bat. N ,..,.,x is wflwsgk o N Xe Xxx' RK X H X 4, ' ,ft ' .K 4 ,Nw xi W r .J - o 4 3 1. fn ,V v if ,. :1 Track Team Finishes Season With Best Record in Historg The 1970 track season was Tri-State's best in memory as the Trojans won five of six dual meets and finished second in a triangular and in the six-team Mid-Central Conference meet. Sophomore George Gustovich of Niles, Ohio, led the team in scoring as he competed in five field events. Het set three school records-at 13 feet 6 inches in the pole vault, 43-51!2 in the triple jump, and 20-3M in the long jump. Greg Warren of Wilmington, Del., brought the school record in the 440-yard dash down to 53.5 seconds and helped lower the marks in the mile relay to 3:40 and in the 440-yard relay to 46.5 seconds. Carl Terry of Vestal, N.Y., ran on both record-breaking relays teams. Others were Bob Wright of Richmond and Norm White of Finchville, Ky., in the mile and Bob Settle of Dayton, Ohio and Ed Leonard o-f Monroe, Mich., in the 440. Al Young of Bristol, Conn., moved the Tri-State record in the javelin throw out to 166 feet 10 inches and went through his senio-r season undefeated, ex- cept for the Little State meet. Freshman Dennis Richardso-n of New Carlisle cut 27 seconds off the school mark in the two-mile run, in a single effo-rt, with a time of 10:47.0. 4 Ron Shipley of Warsaw set the shot put record at 42 feet 7 inches. The team was coached by Tony Rogan, former Tri-State basketball star. my T Q Q ' XY is as if i 2 ,, f .,.,.. . 3 mm , 5 il M l w X P If WA f 'ti i'j,,f'?fla,i,g,J 9 ,, lf Q, . 6 ,, gm, 5' fi' a 1 .,. M 2'-ru ,. lv K mr . Q2 Wi' 4 , , ii 'V MQW ,1P"'f Q sw Q.. , T' A I . f.9,,4ge..,MJ"' . WG W W 'Wim i gh '3i'?,,qUfZx .url . H V 6, .T . , , W if , ix,,,,ju , QM ... 'ii 'Aims if X ..... M1 r 1 l l Top center, Close finish down to the line. Above: Leading the pack is a tough job. Left: Another Tri-Stater bites the dust. I I f U s g X f ly, i , Sf hifi if 1 , , ,E , ' '- ,331 x ,sf as N W., XYX I F il K MW 4. , if . ffm.. fm 5 .15 2 wa'M"'2S . 1 1' Nm ,M mums F95 M x N iss 5 of 'W . -- .A ' l 'ligwih PPII . n . 'N-. 6 M V ffl , ,-qu., X 1 Y "" ..,.,. A"' 1 ff i i AAAA .. ,. . , 4.5" we 'fu . -gg 5. l f ,,., -a . if , Y .' - g- 5 ZF f .- , gg A . rrf yywzgfizfr' fi, 13, 'T Y' f-gf , , ' ' erirz 1 53 i U ,,W.M., A " iff wr E X '- " , Q . Q ' , , ,I . , , ,, WM A ,. gm... ,. 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Left: Dennis Richardson plays strategy as he follows a close second un- til the last half lap when he turns the steam on. enoing Team Completes irsf Full Season Quan-our-' f if l i l. E, Ex F I i l l i l 148 The team hinges on defensive players. The Tri-State College fencing team closed its first full season with its first victory, edging Culver Military Academy 14-13. The Trojans had opened the sea- son by losing to Culver 18-9. In be- tween the two matches they had met and bowed to some of the best teams in the country, and Coach Theron Lansford felt that the obvious improvement was at least partly the result of the ambitious schedule. Between the Culver matches the Trojans lost to Ohio State 22-5, ll- linois 19-8, Illinois CC 15-12, Wis- consin-Parkside 23-4, and Vanderbilt 15-12. They also placed seventh among nine teams in the Great Lakes Invitational. Stan Frey of Angola served as captain of the team and of the sabre unit, with Leo Wong of Bayside, N.Y., as epee captain and Russ Maenhout Maenhout of Bremen as foil captain. Maenhout had the best record for the season, winning 30 bouts. Frey was next with 25 victories. Coach Lansford expressed satis- faction with the seaso-n's results and said he is looking forward to- a much better season next year, when the fa- cilities of the General Lewis B. Hershey Hall will be available. 1, ff... ql ff X f -. if . ,W- 2-Q v ,W . X L if 'I 'T ,I-:Q N R ' f' 1' - "L X21-U. xv The 1969-70 fencing team with coach T. G. Lansford. 5' t Q t r ,f Break time to talk over important moves. Ready for another attack. , .LL . ..... W, , ' Y Q 149 Cheerleaders Boosted School Spirit at Athletic Events ' 'L Above: Attractive cheerleaders boost team on to victory. Rightg Taking a coke break at half- time. ' v 5 1 J - ,,,LQ. .:.,vis.,, I HSV ff fx 1, 12. ' ' 524' M .- .1 -A. ,a .Wm f. YSAXT ,, V - n ' ' - z,-fa .. me 'W Qui, fwfr! 5 ea Q ' M54-'sae' . . 'S if x I 5 'Zfkf' 72 'ETH V wg' it '34 , JQFF 3- s5:'1AfY 52' 'gl Showing the best of interest? 5 X I 4 af, "MW Wi ggi HAM 'V QE e ' . 2 f I f W, ' ,i i at '31 1 . l gl I I fy I GIS nv.: 1 gg. Q api. 'M' 'N f s W, My I'd rather laugh than cheer. Cheerleaders participating in fun and games at half time ff wh , I xU""" """' Maw a TYEMTWWQ. 1 5 w s 45fX:Q by R wwszwqwvisg? We wtf T wgxgemmvm W, iwsfilwwt .fs,Mw mwE?jff Wffxi X gwswt ,R fm img K W? at , it Q4 ,, , g gg gsytfw , sg . , ef Md , as , 47 ' S Q Eh ff Q? widget' Qfvsyw' M A gg wwf? , Q W gysi Q M same f wggvfwgw ' " H f QMS ff , X ' W ft if ew' in ef? , is 4 gr? :N milf' W . f f ff Mp 1 Q X X , N- m. - , , 5 g 7wQf x f , gxfx A x S1 ff , LLL- fw2g X ,f, tk. R ifk y ,f M. 54 . , X X 'A-.xi ,al 5, ' fad HWY' 39,1 IQ gg Dr. Richard M. Bateman, President of Tri-State College, was a part of the Earth Day ceremonies that dedicated a Dwarf Buckeye tree to a growing awareness of our responsibilities to the environment. f 'V . , . . V N x ...Q ' f ' . ?""S.""'!Z1w . ' N 1 1 . - a 3' 9. N ' l E , .gl X i l V 1 i l I I f 1 f 1' 'S x . , 1, ., 5 Y Q 'ii' s 5 0 -..i Dr. F. J. Bogardus, Dean of Faculties Mrs. Lucy Emerson, Special Assistant to the President. Dr. L. A. Willig resigned the office of Vice-president on March 1, 1970. Cmdr. John W. McClellan, Assistant to the President 5 i H i Z 21 Q X . U 435 f I 'ive' e--"" iiffd,-f 1 1 X , .. .. l S' Q '-HA'.gvg3"' N 5. ' if . ,fn 1 ff -- 1--viii. WF '. ' -' fr! 2 1 iv A 13155 :A , : 4-, - .b..-4 .sf Kamal wmv-M, Dr J Radcliffe Registrar and Director of ' Admissions shown with J. B. Swihart, Asst. Registrar and Admissions Counselor. i b 1 Dr. William Scott, Dean of Male students. Mr. B. E. Sunday, Secretary-treasurer of Tri-State Y"'r'v-1 s 1 i ' ' J6- ..TwgiPff"-- 'ff-He. A ' 6 ' , ,,..,., ' 5 , S , Q E. J. Sharrow, Director of Placement A if Z W , . , V' mm., ,,,gin x I .- ' , ,Q VN M r 3 i 5 Y 5 ,,.-arvf"V'5'm'w A,- Q 'X .,,..,..w W 1. - ,- ,.-- , A , vu if , . 1. , ,1 lg' 4 ' 3 a 'ir A mm , 2 Nm. W Dr. Q. J. Hawthorne, Dean of Engineering X 70 x , Y X K QS W s X! X 'M F if 1, 1 , Z. .fyffggx iw A .4 ,ax Z 1, 1, iywgg 93559 7 -ss . A 'J' Q J Q .MA-Y ffl' ' r df.. vf . , - f WSW . jig ,x ke fx. x .s 4 . Q ye A -K f A- W- Gilbert, News Service Director Bruce Triftshauser, Admissions Counselor P L ' rfwi , Ianni si g" GENERAL BUSINESS ' FIRST AID OFFICE A mm PHOTOGRAPHY LAB. .. 19? if Dr. Lewis, Dean of Business Administration. Dr. J. N. Crisp, Chairman of Mechanical P. A. Hippensteel, Chairman of Biology Department and Aeronautical Engineering. ..fa.....WW 1 s.4..MfwfW41Nwf A 'rwwvii'd,Vi . 'WW ' ,, I 'i i gui if qmvuuvq A 158 5 5 .1 C -at Ar ., New EV Tr Dr. Tucker, Chairman of Chemical Engineering Dr. Hauck, Chairman of Civil Engineering 1 f . , , Xu H, 1 ,M 'reef Q 'X aj 1 air xpgfi fax f: gjiik X Nyesf5,gw ' ' "Wwe-nf...a J. P. Bobay, Director of Computer Sciences Q . ,fm A 'i xm .snr 1 H wal- wavy' 4 ,L ai W 'W' inha- ,gga Queen :mmm -at F "Axim: 5, if fx X . Y X i"""" r iw X gym- , - - ,mf K ' f- -1 f .X - W X -..,...t, WW., H h,W,,., ,S . ., V V SL we , , , ..c,,,,,,,- ,., hh , A , ., M H 54k x ' V 1 Dr. A. W. Melloh, Acting Chairman of Electrical Engineering Dr. Northrup, Chairman of Social Studies A. E. Weber, Director of Drafting and Design I . O I 'I l :A N-Q. , th 4 , I cgi "nk, Dr. Van Hise, Chairman of Physics Department l"""" YMNW "" ""'X Dr. Douty, Chairman of English and Humanities i 1 'K ' K Y '43 uv W X4 Dr. Young, Chairman of Mathematics Department Q 4 is f hy, X Q f -'gi Kg: , is Ks ?i S viii . R S 'i ?f si ii ,S i 3 1 Agn ,qxplw ,1 f , fifif.. Ni ff ,uh .wel J. R. Behee, Director of Physical Education A 4 v ' , .. ff' -L- a 3 -If ,,- 1 , ' 5 :Xl F Q , , ' 2 ,4 ' 1 55 ff ,ll , Yrglix-nlr?af X. ,Q gli 161 +. IF ns' '97 Q- J, 3, x 5, 1 V I Q We E, ,A X auf W FW W ' - ' ,E ft W! ip M X, A W X Z f D5 BMW QQ' 5 'f Q5 7 Dx 1 a x ik Q li W fl M M 4, v 'T 0 k ,SQ IMP, , , ' A: W , X fi WN? X X 7 4. x 4M Xfhfw, V , , x. 'W X f S 4 x , A QYAWQWQW ft f" W 'ZXAC - I XSAWX 2 f , 5 x A X , i,45M,g fx' . N x, x 3 7 7 , X, vf .,, z 21 KW vnwwk V Q W wffsm smfQ Wygfwf 4 wggg WX fgam, 2 'nr- 0 Q r' ww 4,3 f vw 'Q ' af, - we 4 uw t V , I idf""Jk an , ,F .S if , J J Q, 1 W Aw 4 QW nw, as--+V ,,,,w,-Q 7 f."Qq zz X Y ny Q, 4 X? Wa., '4 ,:' .y' . ff! , Q? as 'X M W K Q A A 4 QW? t N ' 3 it Nz, W 'KS M S Ah NV x V Q A iw Senior Class Officers x Winler Class 13 .T M.. if et 55 Q' ft . 1.2 if Sw it 35 S AId0,M- Franconi ' . Dewey E. Ross Jeffrey A. Conn Thomas Klingensmith President I ami ":A Q Secretary Treasurer Sergeant at Arms , - 4, , Jawa an "" if 'Lois . i White Flower: African Violet Motto: Great Men are not Vanquished by Adversity Spring Class Alton W. Werner Douglas McCray Ernest R. Sluss Robert J, Gunn Douglas L. Cape PVGSIUGM Vice President SeCI'Gtary Treasurer Sergeant at Arms Colors: Gold and White Flower: Long Stemmed Yellow Rose Motto: Every Man is the Architect of His Future David W. Braun Doris Jean Brown Duane A. Brown Martin A. Buckley William Burdick Gary L. Burdette Robert Burkowski Edward E. Burns Stephen J. Bushore Jeffrey L. Butz Michael Byrd Donald James Cacioppo Dante Cantalini Terry Capuano John Cawley Don Cerrato Bennett Chambers Charles W. Cummings Geaffrey Chichester Sr. Michael Christopher Randall Chrobot Geo Robert Clark Fred W. Clause Leon Clearwater Terry Clem Robert Walter Conklin William J. Conley James Cook Anthony G. Coppola Henry K. Corneles 167 Gordon Coy Michael Cramer William Crowe Alan J. Dalla Palu James J. Darcy John Davis Daniel R. DeBolt William D. Delay Richard Dembinsky Charles Dennis Draful Desai Thakor Desai James A. DeVos Jesse Allan Ditson Greg Donnellon David C. Dorpfeld Raj Doshl Jon Draper Scott M. Duncan Stephen L. Eslinger Kenneth Ewald Roberto Fajardo John R. Faron Michael P. Farrell Andrew J. Fellinger 44? ,av-' 714 r 1. X ,j i. K' 'T .,,r-fi" , ,, 1 .aff- ,Av swab? rf' ' xg! . - N-v..,,.,si Q f, -Q M., f lg- ? 79 I , eff, J , 1 W1 f2.X i.cf' or 5 ima 476:--" 'WMM Fic- lirsgwu auv Q f 1 ..i- Q zjifjrkgxfgffgg Qi-Hifi img 5 V., . ,.,. Q ., , ,, M. ff , W f Q fiyfggirgl . ' A ! 7 , s 2' . , M .av 9' Ny W We ff x XX lp? x 35-:il ' . .. Ft K WY- 11 X ,, K X 235.5 ny.-we v Q i ' -.yo , . ' . -' ff' H 7 L 415' . -Al? wr' sim. 1 'f.,, ' kN0e,..i W.- . 4522 .1 F, W.. 'swam WS' """' j..2s2z2si,.y,s-.:- ' W. . SX , . ,,,: 'Q'1' gg!! 5 K f ik x-fr X N 35 Q SS ARD' Sf X' Q Qi aj X H 2 X. 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Robine Michael Rogers Pat Rogers Charles A. Ronquist Roger L. Ruffer Gary Runciman Peter Samec Thomas N. Sanford Cecil E. Sasher Peter Sass Herbert C. Schaefer Dale Schelling Thomas S. Schiedel Gary Schreck Bernard Schneider Joseph R. Schultz Robert Schuster James A. Scotti Benjamin Selkis Jr. Dennis L. Shalters Kalpesh R Shah Niranjan Shah Shah Shailesh Dennis E. Shewell Darryl Shoff David E. Shultz Richard L Sibert Rex C. Limmons Richard W. FitzSimmons George W. Smith Jr. James Alfred Smith John A. Smith Roger A. Snow Marc Snyder A. Kim Sowers Robert A. Stiller Craig B. Stufflet Donald Stripling Michael A. Sunday David R. Sutter Danny D. Swcasey Richard Sylak Russell Craig Symm James Taylor Thomas Timbario Terry L. Todd Phil Tripi Gary Trombley John Urbanik William B. Vecsey William L. VanSickIe Thomal J. Votral John W. Wade James L. Waite Robert S. Walker Jr. 178 'Y' .gj "' ,lx of '5 x v -4 ' . . R .ge f' WEL.-gqry f . i .. , f. 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'nw 5lA.,,,,,-A .f gg.-.pf adm Carlton Weaver J. Jerald Weber Jim Weckenbrock James Robert Welch Chet Wesolowski Edward A Westmeyer Dennis R. Whittaker Brooks E. Widder Stephen Wilkening Donald B. Williams David R. Wilson Jerome Wisler William Wobio Richard Wodarczyk James L. Wolfe James Robert Yeager Alan Yoder Allan Young Robert S. Zechman Mike Zimonjs 179 O Organization Index AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY: Cl-rj John Miller, Robert Huba, Donald Handy, Pyrl L. Rhinesmith Advisor, Myron Perry, Warren George, John Sullivan. Row 2: Vikram Shah, Alan F. Rauh Pres., John E. Noffsinger Treas., Marca Snyder Vice- Pres., Don Hale Sec., Thakor Desai, Vik- ram Bhandari. Row 3: Karl Baum, Ray- mond T. White, Brad Hale, Fran Bove, Rodngo Fajardo, Hemchand Bardia. AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF AERONAUTICS AND ASTRONAUTICS: Row 1: Jerry Hoov- er, Charles Ranch, Ed Boerman, Al Wer- ner, Mark Burns, William Piper, Steve Es- linger. Row 2: John J. Sucher, Mick Cautts, Rick Hoover, Frank Mood, Richard Stuffle, Edwin Lenard Jr., Leo Budd. Row 3: Jim Olson, Max Roler, John Keel, Cal- vin Kam, Gerald Pierson, John Thurston. ALPHA KAPPA PSI Row 1: Wayne Cham- pion Advisor, Dave Kincaid, Jim Darcy, Joe Meindl, Daniel Hoffman, James Pin- ter, Donald Littrell, Robert Petry. Row 2: Adam M. Michelin, William Moeller, Ralph Griffin, Dan Mazur, Jack Caudill, Calvin Schuch, Edward Winczowski, Kenneth Pompili. Row 3: Dennis L. Shalters, Larry Jung, Kenneth Kohart, Ernie Sluss, Bill Maclver, Brian McNamara, Robert Gunn. ALPHA KAPPA PSI: Row 1: Philip Ray, Leon Clearwater, Tom Boskow, David C. Dorfeld, James Hundley, Dick Knapp, Peter Samec. Row 2: Keith Kelly, Ed West- meyer, Jim Yeager, Richard Greenfield, Mark Anspach, John Weaver, David Peif- fer, Leonard Rogers. Row 3: Conrad Po- Iachnik, John Leonard, Richard Ruge, Ed- win Plank, James Palicki, Kenneth Ewald, Robert Forsythe, John Petree. AMERICAN ROAD BUILDERS ASSOCIA- TION: fl-rl James Wolfe, R. D. Quaintance, Dennis Plockmeyer, Robert Moyer, Paul Junk, William Keith, Stephen M. Elko, Bi- pin Lapasia. AMERICAN SOCIETY OF CIVIL ENGI- NEERS: Row 1: Bill McGarvey, Dave Horne, Jim Bullard, Harold Dungan, Bill Bayer. Row 2: Brooks Widder, Walt Tharp, Ron Shipley, Ben Chambers, Frank Cleav- er, James O'Bara. Row 3: Jeff Holmes, Timothy Hartman, William Burdick, James Wolfe, Robert Quaintance. AMERICAN SOCIETY OF CIVIL ENGI- neers: Row 1: Ron Glasgow, Tom Sloan, Edward Gerecke, Jim Waite, John Finch, Paul Junk. Row 2: Steve Striver, Carl Dim- mig, Jr., Dean Spitnals, Leonard Hiatt, Ken Brasseur, Bob Palm, Scott Girman. Row 3: Bob Jackson, Bob Conklin, Wayne Reynolds, Lee McClellan, Stephen M. Elko, Dan Mathews. BOOSTER CLUB: Row 1: Gary Border, Tom Sloan, Steve Durtschi, Mick Couts Dean Mutti. Row 2: Rich Kalin, Dave Bark- er, Ernie Sluss, Al Schreiber, Ben Selkis David Elkins, Bud Saddlemire. 1 I SKULL 81 BONES: Mike Lesiak, Aldo Fran- coni, Jim Scotti, Don Locke, Mrs. Lucy Emerson, Al Werner, Gene Hirniak, Charles Borneman, Ed Bouma Rick Hoover, Doug Cape, William San Gia- como, John Sucher, Robert Gunn, John Gray, Bruce Larabee, George Rowley, Doug McCray, Rex Ward, Ron Flitter, CIRCLE K: Row 1: Rex Hilton, Wayne Nev- simal, Bob Schuster, Steve Durtschi, Ron, Lilly, Phil Walker, Ken McCallum, Steve Burnett. Row 2: Rich Stiller, Ernie Sluss, Pete Loftus, Ken Kohart, Al Schreiber, Charles Bowen, Ed Burns, Frank Cleaver. Row 3: Steve Richard, Joe Dalton, Bob Conklin, Tom Engwert, Robert Stiller, Jeff, Dono van, Jim Bangle, Val Dudley, Ed Nagle Advisor. DELTA NU ALPHA: Dave Right, Jerry Web- er, Fred Brawn, Ed Winczowski, Dave Am- brose, Greg Donnellon, Mont Switzer, Rick Wood, George Bender, Pete Walters. THE FORENSIC SOCIETY: David C. Dorp- feld, Bart Jones, Terrence Brammall, Mrs. Orlosky, Greg Donnellon, Robert May, Adam M. Michelin, Jim Darcy, Jeff Dono- van. INSTITUTE OF ELECTRONIC AND ELEC- TRICAL ENGINEERS: Row 1: Dewey Ross, George Smith, Ray Leary, Mary Lansford, Mike Wilson, Dale Schelling, T. M. Turley. Row 2: Joe Borrelli, Bob Vorthman, Duane Siford, Donald Treusdell, Andy D'Aloisio, Francis Allen. Row 3: Dan Reynolds, Al- fred King, Bill Page, Mark Garrison, John Marinelli, Jim Desanto, Paul Warman. INSTITUTE OF ELECTRONIC AND ELEC- TRICAL ENGINEERS: Row 1: Tom Kluzyn- ski, Robert Jacobson, John Ullo, Mike Le- Frois, Bernard Schneider, Sebastian Sor- rentino, Bob Helm, Roger Law, Preston Marshall, Richard Kuligowski. Row 2: Bill Sharpsteen, Naz Grtenzi, Shah J. H., Da- vid Somers, William Brotz, Martin Buck- ley, Michael Santoro, John Pillarella, Peter Straube. Row 3: R. J. Welchel Advisor, Joseph Greathouse, Douglas McCray, Steve Achorn, Tracy Purcell, Clarence Hanna, Fred Clause, John Sessler. INTER-FRATERNITY OFFICERS: Bill Boyer, Herb Masiuk, Doug Cape, Aldo Franconi, John Gray, Joe Flaherty, Jeff Sager. Fraternity PRESIDENTS: Ron Flitter, Joe Flaherty, Joe Gosset, Phil Tripi, Bernie Kramer, John Gray, Jerry Sorgenfrie, Doug McCray. MECHANICAL ENGINEERING SOCIETY: Row 1: Donald Healton, Roger McKinney, Rex Simmons, Steve Dunham, John Off- nick, Dr. J. N. Crisp Advisor. Row 2: William Lyons, Burke Brown, Tom Tim- bario, Tim Wentzel, Jack Tinder, Howard Radel, Donald Pinne Jr. Row 3: John Par- etzoglou, Nori Glass, Richard Bitner, Thomas Matula, Jim Raimar, John Green. MECHANICAL ENGINEERING SOCIETY: Row 1: Fredrick Scholtisek, Joseph Hel- mer, Harold Keller, Denny Stock, Robert Boyce. Row 2: Thomas Fuller, Rick Bax- ter, David Elkins, John Weese, Mike Hov- Honorarg Index George Rowley, Dennis Shalters, Bipin Lapasia, Jim Krzyzewski, Ernie Sluss, John Marley TAU SIGMA ETA: Glen Funk, Siripong Boonsopon, Tom Tecco, Dave Bacehow- ski, John Smith, Alfred King Robert Zechman, Michael Rogers, Gary erman, Raj Doshi. Row 3: Carl Gardener, Tom Yeater, Mark Hubbard, Bob Burkow- ski, Paul Martin, Gary Shreck, Prabmu Patel. NEWMAN CLUB: Row 1: Ronald Scheffer, Tim Elston, Kenn Critton, Bernie Gallag- her, Thomas J. Kluczynski, James Staub, Mike O'Rourke. Row 2: Tom Tucker, Jer- ry Rowe, Ken Pompili, Don Locke, Donald Handy, John Sessler, Ludmil Vulcher. SOCIETY OF AUTOMOTIVE ENGINEERS: Marvin Foust, Ron Krantz, Bart Jones, Bill Delau, Richard Bitner, SOCIETY FOR MANUFACTURING ENGI- NEERS: Row 1: Fred Panning, Dan Ramel- la, Horst Herrmann, Harold Jahns, Sonni Maier, Bob Huball, David Nespital, Prof. Alan Weber. Row 2: Chuck Ronnquist, Prabhu Patel, Ginter D. Bansen, Robert A. Bosak, Sieg Pudell, T. R. Stephans, Tom Klingensmith. Row 3: Praful Resai, Ed- win Cleveland, Raj Doshi, Fred Leo, Don- ald Cacioppo, Thomas Young, Richard Zigler. SPORTS CAR CLUB: Row 1: Steve Allen, Terrence Brammall, Lawrence D. Kennedy, Michael O'Connor, Michael Zajd. Row 2: Jerry Toogood, Brian Mead, Nancy Light, Bob Forrest, Larry Dudley. 1969-70 STUDENT SENATE OFFICERS: Dennis Shalters CSecretaryl, Tim Bremer factivities Chairmanj, Gene Hirniak fPresi- dentj, Doug McCray fVice-Presidentl, Al Werner CTreasurerl. UNIVERSITY CHRISTIAN MOVEMENT: Row 1: Edward Gerecke, Bob Chapman, Bob Fitzwater, Jim Waite, Wayne Rey- nolds, Donald Handy. Row 2: Terry Fero Roy Vartan, Mark Painter, Jon Pruden, Karl Anderson. ALPHA BETA ALPHA. CI-rj Rick Wood, Bill Crowe, Adam Michelin, Greg Donnellon, Doris Brown, Harold Hoolihan. ALPHA PHI GAMMA: Al Werner, Dick Knapp, Dan Matthews, Leo Herendeen, Linda Kling, Jeff Friese, Bob Vorthman, AI Scrieber, Ernie Sluss, seated, Denny Miller. GERMAN HONORARY: Ginter Bansen Pres., Leanne Keel Sec.-Treas., Siegfried W. Pudell, Elaine Stokes Vice-Pres., James Cook. SIGMA CHI EPSILON: Rowl, Don Lathrop, James Flaherty, Michael Rogers, Wayne Reynolds, Bipin Lapasia, Lee A. McClel- Ian, Barry R. Vogtli, R. D. Quainance. Row 2: Frank Cleaver, Arthur DeLong, Mike Bowling, Harold Dungan, Dennis Plockmeyer, Dave Horne, Duane A. Brown, John H. Cawley, Brooks E. Widder, John W. Phillips. Burdette, Harold Dungan, Bill Heidemann, Lawrence Richter, Bruce Larabee Bipin Lapasia, John Keel, Arthur DeLong, Edmund Koors, Dennis Herman, Thomas Young Martin Hurford, Richard Tjarks, Thomas Scoville, Bob Clark, Tom Timbario, Ber- nard Schneider Senior Index Adams, Gary L.: Mech. Engr.: Co-op. Acquavella, James: Elce. Engr.: IEEE. Alarcon, Frank: Acc't: Phi Kappa Theta. Allison, Robert D.: Civil Engr.: ASCE. Ambrose, David J.: Trans.: Delta Nu Alpha, Student Senate. Ansphch, Mark H.: Gen. Bus.: Alpha Kappa Phi. Arndt, Arnold: Elec. Engr.: IEEE. Austin, Peter: Gen. Bus.: Alpha Sigma Phi, Treasurer, Booster Club, Sigma Epsilon. Babcock, Melvin E.: Elec. Engr.: Tau Sigma ETA, Student Director. Bagwell, Howard F.: Mech. Engr.: Draft. 81 Desgn.: Mechanical Engineering Society, American Society of Engineering Techni- cians. Baildon, John V.: Mech. Engr.: Flying Thunderbirds, Mechanical Engineering Society, Society of Manufacturing Engineers. Baker, Clayton K.: Mech. Engr.: MES, SME. Ballinger, David E.: Gen. Bus.: Kappa Sigma Phi, Varsity Basket- ball, Varsity Baseball, Who's Who's. Bardia, Hemchand: Chem. Engr.: American Chemical Engineering Society, International Student Association. Baron, Eugene P.: Civil Engr.: Sigma Phi Epsilon, ASCE. Bender, George F. Jr.: Trans.: Delta Chi, Desto Nu Aspha. Benner, Patrick O.: Mech. Engr.: Institute of Drafting and Design, Mechanical Engineering Society. Benshoff, Raymond: Gen. Bus.: Tau Kappa Epsilon: President, Treasurer, Social Chairman, I.R.C., Circle K, Investments Club. Bentzen, Thomas: Civil Engr.: ASCE, ARBA. Bero, Dennis: Civil Engr.: ASCE, ARBA. Bergtold, Theodore Henry: Mech. Engr.: MES, ASTME. Bhende P. Prakash: Mech. Engr.: German Honorary Society, Iirlechanical Engineering Society, International Student Associa- ion. Bible, Richard A.: Civil Engr.: Alpha Sigma Phi, Varsity Baseball. Billings, David: Gen. Bus. Bitner, Richard L.: Mech. Engr.: MES, SAE. Blair, Howard Lyle: Elec. Engr.: IEEE. Blake, Donald E.: Civil Engr.: ASCE, TKE. Boonsopon, Ar-mon: Civil Engr. Borneman, Charles C.: Gen Bus.: Dean's List, Alpha Sigma Phi: Vice-President, Pledge Marshall, Rush Chairman, Social Chair- man, l.F.C., Student Senate, Booster Club, Skull 8t Bones C.O.A. President, Soccer, Co-Captain of M.C.C., All-Conference Team, M.V.P. Award. Borrelli, Joseph P.: Elec. Engr.: Student Senate, Skull 84 Bones. Bosak, Robert A.: Mech. Engr.: ASTME, German Honorary. Bowling, Mike: Civil Engr.: ASCE, AWWA., Sigma Chi Epsilon. Briuig David W.: Gen. Bus.: Sigma Phi Epsilon, Flying Thunder- ir s. Burke, James P. Jr.: Gen. Bus.: Senior Class Vice President. Brown, Doris Jean: Gen. Bus.: Alpha Beta Alpha, Student Senate, Who's Who's. Brown, Duane A.: Civil Engr.: ASCE., Sigma Chi Epsilon. Buckley, Martin A.: Elec. Engr.: IEEE., Student Senate, President of Alwood Hall, Newman Club. Burdette, Gary L.: Elec. Engr.: IEEE., Tau Sigma Eta: Secretary, Business Manager. Burdick, William: Civil Engr. Burkowski, Robert: Mech. Engr.: Mechanical Engineering Society, Sergeant at Arms. Burns, Edward E.: Acc't: Circle K: Treasurer, Director, Tau Kappa Epsilon: Treasurer, Chaplain, Scholastic Chairman. Bushore, Stephen J.: Trans.: Kappa Sigma Phi, Delta Nu Alpha Transportation Fraternity, Student Senate. Butz, Jeffrey L.: Civil Engr.: Sigma Phi Epsilon, American Society of Civil Engineers. Byrd, Michael: Acc't: Alpha Kappa Psi. Cacioppo, Donald James: Mech. Engr.: Kappa Sigma Kappa, So- ciety of Mechanical Engineers, SAE. Cape, Douglas L.: Mech. Engr.: Acacia, Senior Dean: Interfrater- iImEySCouncil, Vice President: Skull and Bones, Tau Sigma ETA, Capuano, Terry: Mech. Engr.: MES. Cantalini, Dante: Elec. Engr. Cawley, John: Civil Engr. Cerrato, Don: Gen. Bus.: Alpha Sigma Phi. Chambers, Bennett: Cicil Engr.: ASCE. Chichester, Geaffrey Sr.: Civil Engr. Christopher, Michail: Gen. Bus.: Alpha Kappa Psi. Charobot, Randall: Mech. Engr.: MES, ASTME. Clark, George Robert: Mech. Engr.: Tau Sigma ETA, MES, Gold Key, Co-op. Clause, Fred M.: Elec. Engr. IEEE. Clearwater, Leon, Gen. Bus.: Alpha Kappa Psi, Investment Club. Clem, Terry: Gen. Bus.: Student Director, Investment Club. Conklin, Robert Walter: Civil Engr.: Tau Kappa Epsilon: Chaplin, ASCE: President, Secretary, Circle K: Secretary, President, Pro- gram Director. Conley, Williem J.: Mech. Engr.: Kappa Sigma Phi, MES, Student Senate, Investments Club, Booster Club. Conn, Jeffery A.: Gen. Bus.: Alpha Sigma Phi, Senior Class Trea- surer, President Investments Club. Cook, James: Elec. Engr.: IEEE, ISA. Coppola, Anthony G.: Elec. Engr.: IEEE. Corneles, Henry K.: Civil Engr.: ASCE, Delta Chi. Coy, Gorden: Gen Bus. Cramer, Michael: Gen. Bus.: Newman Club. Crowe, William: Acc't: Alpha Beta Alpha. Cummings, Charles W.: Mech. Engr.: Sigma Phi Delta. Darcy, James J.: Acc't, Stewart Hall Vice President, YAF., Triangle Reporter, Sigma Epsilon Society, Director of Public Relations, Alpha Kappa Psi, Student Senate Representative, Devater. Davis, John: Aero. Engr.: Newman Club, Phi Kappa Theta. DeBolt, Daniel R.: Mech. Engr. Delay, William D.: Mech. Engr.: Society of Automotive Engineers, Society of Manufacturing Engineers. Dembinsky, Richard: Civil Engr.: ASCE, ARBA, Booster Club, Sports Car Club. Dennis, Charles: Elec. Engr. Desai, Draful: Mech. Engr. Desai, Thankor: Chem. Engr.: International Students Association. DeVos, James A.: Mech. Engr.: MES, ASTME, Intramural Basket- ball and Football. Ditson, Jesse -Allan: Mech. Engr. Donnellon, Greg: Trans. Dorpfeld, David C.: Gen. Bus.: Student Senate, Forensic Society, Debate Team, Alpha Kappa Psi. Doshl, Raj: Mech. Engr. Draper, Jon: Elec. Engr.: IEEE. Duncan, Scott M.: Mech. Engr. Eslinger, Stephen L.: Aero. Engr.: AIAA., ASCE.: Treasurer. Ewald, Kenneth: Acc't: Alpha Kappa Psi. Fauardo, Roberto: Chem. Engr. Faron, John R.: Acc't. Farrell, Michael P.: Gen. Bus.: Phi Kappa Theta, lnterfraternity Council Sports Manager. Fellinger, Andrew J.: Mech. Engr.: SAE. MES. Fetters, Douglas, Elec. Engr.: Flying Thunderbirds, IEEE., Ama- teur Radio Club, AIAA. Finch, John E.: Civil Engr.: ASCE., AWWA. Fitzwater, Robert C.: Gen. Bus.: UCM. Treasurer, Student Senate. Flint, Davie L.: Mech. Engr.: ASTME. Flitter, Ronald L.: Mech. Engr.: Sigma Phi Epsilon, Skull 84 Bones, IFC. ASTME. Focht, Douglas, Civil Engr.: Sigma Phi Delta, ASCE., Ski Club, American Road Builders. Foust, Marvin G.: Mech. Engr.: SAE., MES., Intramural Sports. Foust, Wayne L.: Mech. Engr. Franconi, Aldo M.: Gen. Bus.: President Senior Class, President l.F.C., President and Secretary of Alpha Sigma Phi, President Booster Club, Secretary Skull 81 Bones, COA, Student Senate, Alpha Kappa Psi, Golf Team. Francis, Lewis M. Jr.: Trans.: YAF, Triangle News Editor. Frey, Stanley: Gen. Bus.: Fencing. Frisco, Lanny: Civil Engr.: Varsity Baseball, Intramural Football Intramural Basketball, Civil Engineering Society. Fuehrer, John G.: Civil Engr.: ASCE, Flying Thunderbirds. Funk, Glen: MES, Tau Sigma ETA, ASME. Gallup, Douglas, Civil Engr.: ASCE, ARBA, German Honorary. Gallyano, Michael: Elec. Engr.: Alpha Sigma Phi, Booster Club, Sports Car Club, IEEE. Gardner, Carl R.: Mech. Engr.: Acacia, Mechanical Engineering So- ciety. Garlock, Douglas: Mech. Engr. Garrett, Jeffrey: Chem. Engr.: ASCE. Gauck, Gerald C.: Elec. Engr.: IEEE., Flying Thunderbirds. Gavalas, Arthur: Gen. Bus.: Phi Kappa Theta, Investments Club, Sports Car Club, International Students Organization. Gaydus, Stephen T.: Mech. Engr.: ASTME, AIDD. Gellman, Charles, Acc't.: Alpha Sigma Phi. Gentile, Michael L.: Gen. Bus.: Alpha Sigma Phi, Student Director. George, Warren J.: Chem. Engr.: Tau Sigma Eta, Chemical En- gineering Society: President, Secretary, Who's Who's. Gerber, David: Mech. Engr. Gerecke, Edward: Civil Engr.: ASCE., UMSM., Sigma Chi Epsilon. Goff, Terry: Gen. Bus.: Prom Committee, Intramural Softball and Basketball. Golliver, Richard G.: Gen. Bus. Gossett, Joe D.: Mech. Engr.: Tau Kappa Epsilon, Mechanical En- gineering Society, Cooperative Education Program, Platt Hall Fellowship, Inter-Dorm Council. Goudy, John, Gen. Bus., Alpha Sigma Phi, Student Senate, IFC. Graeber, Robert, Trans., Delta Nu Alpha, Phi Kappa Theta, Alpha Phi Gamma, Tri-Angle Staff, Newman Club, Co-op. Gray, John E., Chem. Engr., Delta Chi, Student Senate, Skull 81 Bones, Chemical Engineering Society, IFC. Greenfield, Richard, Acc't, Alpha Kappa Psi, Sports Car Club, Stu- dent Senate Debate Team. Griffin, Ralph D., Acc't, Alpha Kappa Psi, Who's Who's. Grubb, David, Mech. Engr. Gtoth, Thomas, Elec. Engr., IEEE. Gunn, Robert J., Gen. Bus., Kappa Sigma, Business Manager for the Modulus and Tri-Angle, Alpha Phi Gamma, Secretary of Skull 84 Bones, Treasurer Senior Class, Investment Club, Mar- keting Team, Varsity Golf Team, Who's Who's. Haagen, Darl, Aero, Engr., Flying Thunderbirds. Hale, Donald A., Chem. Eng., American Chemical Engineering So- ciety, Flying Thunderbirds. Haley, Michael E., Gen. Bus. Hanna, Clarence, Elec. Engr., IEEE. Harmon, James Robert, Elec. Engr., IEEE., Intramural Football. Harnisch, Michael, Mech. Engr., German Honorary, Mechanical Engineering Society. Harrington, Thomas, Mech. Engr., MES., Newman Club, Resident Assistant, Math Assistant. Hatch, Haroldy Jr., Gen. Bus., Investment Club, Soccer. Hawkins, Harry, Assoc. Applied Science. Hawksley, Frederick Allen, Meng. Engr., MES, ASTME., Sigma Phi Delta. Herdrich, William J., Gen. Bus., Acacia. Herzog, David R., Acc't. Hiatt, Leonard Rex., Civil Engr., ASCE. Hillman, Richard, Elec. Engr., IEEE. Hire, James W., Gen. Bus., Acacia. Haffman, Daniel L., Trans., Delta Nu Alpha, Alpha Kappa Psi, Stu- dent Senate, Booster Club. Hoke, Kenneth, Mech. Engr. Holloway, Douglas M., Chem. Engr., Phi Kappa Theta, American Chemical Engineering Society. Honecker, William, Elec. Engr., IEEE. Horne, David F., Civil Engr., ASCE., Booster Club, Student Direc- tors, Who's Who's, Tau Sigma Eta. Hornish, Harld Lee, Gen. Bus. Hoskins, William H., Gen. Bus., Alpha Sigma Phi, Flying Thun- derbirds, lnvestments Club, Student Senate. Hosterman, Ted, Chem. Engr., Chemical Engineering Society. Huball, Robert E., Mech. Engr., Tau Sigma Eta, Student Senate, Student Directors, Mechanical Engineering Society, Who's Who's, Society of Automotive Engineers, American Society of Tool and Manufacturing Engineers. Hunt, Bob, Civil Engr., ASCE, AREA. Hunter, Roger W., Civil Engr., ASCE. Jal2Ins,t Harold F. Jr., Mech. Engr., AS8ME., President, Vice Presi- en . Jerome, David D., Mech. Engr., Alpha Sigma Phi. Johnson, Gary, Mech. Engr., MES. Johnson, Lance, Civil Engr. Jones, Barton, Mech. Engr., SAE., Treasurer, MES., Forensic So- ciety, Debate Team. Josche, Thomas L., Mech. Engr., MES., Alpha Gamma Epsilon ASTME. Junk, Paul, Civil Engr., ASCE., ARBA., Fencing. Keel, John F., Aero. Eng., AIAA., Treasurer, Board of Directors Flying Thunderbirds, Tau Sigma Eta. Keith, William J., Civil Engr., American Society of Civil Engineers American Road Builders Association. Keller, Harold Jr., Mech. Engr., Alpha Sigma Phi, Mechanical En- gineering Society, ASTME Society, Booster Club, Intramural Basketball. Kelly, Keith G., Gen. Bus., Alpha Kappa Psi, Glee Club, Radio Club. Kernahan, Gerald, Civil Engr., ASCE. Kifowit, Michael, Assoc. Computer Tech., Fencing. King, Alfred L., Elec. Engr., IEEE., Tau Sigma Eta, Student Senate. Klein, David, Trans. Klingensmith, Thomas C., Mech. Engr., Society of Manufacturing Engineers, MES, Senior Class Sergeant At Arms. Kluczynski, Thomas J., Elec. Engr., President Newman Club, IEEE., Alpha Phi Gamma, Photo Editor Modulus. Kobelt, Michael, Civil Engr., ASCE., Schussmesters. Kohser, Dennis R., Civil Engr., American Society of Civil Engineers. Koors, Edmund H., Mech. Engr., Tau Sigma Eta, Dean's List, Sil- very Key, Who's Who's, Baseball Manager, Soccer Manager, Basketball Manager and Statistician. KisgekMESteve, Mech. Eng., Mechanical Engineering Society, A T . Krantz, Ronald E., Mech. Engr., SAE., MES. Krawczyk, Tom, Acc't, Phi Kappa Theta, Investment Club, Alpha Kappa Psi. Kriete, Robert, Mech. Engr., MES. Kupchunas, Frank B. Jr., Elec. Engr., IEEE. Lapasia, Bipin K., Civil Engr., ASCE., ARBA., Skull 81 Bones, Sig- ma Chi Epsilon, Tau Sigma Eta, International Students Associa- tion. LauTenschlaqer, Mark, Elec. Engr. Lawson, Alice M., Ass. English 81 Humanities, Booster Club, Dean's List. Leary, Raymond C., Elec. Engr., IEEE. Leininger, Allen E., Mech. Engr., MES. Lenneman, James A., Elec. Engr., IEEE., Treasurer, Stewart Hall. Leonard, John R., Acc't., Alpha Kappa Psi, Master of Rituals. Light, Nancy, Acc't., Sports Car Club, Investment Club. Linard, Richard Lynn, Chem. Engr., Alpha Sigma Phi. Little, David E., Mech. Engr., ASTME. Littrell, Donald, Gen. Bus., Alpha Kappa Psi. Livingston, Robert, Gen. Bus. Locke, Donald E., Gen. Bus., President, Vice President, Secretary, Treasurer Newman Club, Editor Triangle, Editor Modulus, Presi- dent, Secretary of Alpha Phi Gamma, Sigma Epsilon, Skull 81 Bones, Senior Class Pledge Chairman. Longo, Salvatore, Elec. Engr., IEEE., President of Alwood Hall, Dorm Council Member Inter-Dorm-Council. Losee, Cinda A., Ass. Computer Tech. Louquen, Martin, Acc't. Luckman, James E., Elec. Engr., IEEE. Luke, Chris, Ass., Booster Club Secretary, Student Senate, YAF. Lusk, William, Civil Engr. Maciareillo, Arthur J., Areo. Engr., Tau Kappa Epsilon, Booster Club, AIAA, Circle K. Maclver, William J., Gen. Bus., Kappa Sigma Phi, Alpha Phi Gam- ma. Maenhout, Russell E., Ass. Computer Tech., Fencing. Malstrom, Grant, Civil Engr., ASCE., Tau Kappa Epsilon. Mann, David, Mech. Engr. Marino, David C., Gen. Bus., Phi Kappa Theta Treasurer, Booster Club Vice President, Investments Club Treasurer, Newman Club. Marley, John, Elec. Eng., IEEE., Sigma Phi Epsilon. Marshall, Douglas, Gen. Bus., Alpha Beta Alpha. Masiuk, Herbert, Mech. Engr., Phi Kappa Theta, Mechanical En- gineering Society, Flying Thunderbirds, IFC., Social Chairman. Matula, Thoman O., Mech. Engr., Mechanical Engineering Society, ASTME., Triangle Reporter. Mazur, Dan, Gen. Bus. McCauley, Robert G., Gen. Bus., Co-Captain Golf Team, Sigma Phi Epsilon, Booster Club, IFC., Student Senate. McCray, Douglas, Elec. Engr., Kappa Sigma Phi, IEEE., Alpha Phi Gamma, Skull and Bones, Booster Club, Triangle, Student Senate. McDermott, Lawrence, Civil Engr., ASCE., Tau Kappa Epsilon. McGarvey, William, Civil Engr., Sigma Phi Epsilon, American So- ciety of Civil Engineers. McKinney, Roger, Mech. Engr., Mechanical Engineering Society, Society of Automotive Engineers. McMullen, Carl, Gen. Bus., Student Senate, IEEE., Triangle, Booster Club, Sigma Phi Epsilon, Student Director. McNamara, Brian, Acc't, Kappa Sigma Phi, Booster Club, Alpha Kappa Psi, Investment Club, Varsity Baseball. Mehta, Manoj P., Mech. Engr., International Students Association, -ASTME., German Club, MES. Meindl, Joe, Gen. Bus., Alpha Kappa Psi, Alpha Beta Plpha. Merrick, Eugene F., Chem Engr., American Chemical Society, IVCF., Resident Assistant Alwood Hall, Alwood Dorm Council, Who's Who's. Meyer, Bill, Mech. Engr., Tennis. Michelin, Adam M., Gen. Bus., President, Vice President, Secre- tary Alpha Kappa Psi, President, Secretary Alpha Beta Plpha, Who's Who's, Student Director, Forensic Society. Mikols, Thomas, Areo. Engr., Tau Kappa Epsilon Vice President, Secretary, ATAA., SAE. Miller, James D., Cert. Drart. 81 Desg., American Institute of Draft- ing and Design. Moeller, William A., Gen. Bus., Sigma Epsilon, Secretary Alpha Kappa Psi, Intramural Basketball, Baseball, Investment Club. Mood, Frank, Areo. Engr., AIAA. Morgan, John Evan, Acc't. Nirchi, Mario M., Elec. Engr., IEEE. Noffsinger, John, Chem. Engr., American Chemical Society. Norris, Richard Bernard, Elec. Engr., IEEE. Norris, Terry, Elec. Engr., IEEE. Nusbaum, Stephen H., Acc't. O'Donnell, Kevin, Elec. Engr. Oxenham, Carol K., Ass. Computer Tech. Palicki, James R., Acct., Alpha Kappa Psi, Platt Hall Officer, Booster Club. Dalla Palu, Alan J., Acc't., Alpha Sigma Phi. Pnadich, George, Elec. Engr., IEEE. Pankaj, Dalal, Mech. Engr. Paretzoglou, M. John, Mech. Engr., Mechanical Engineering So- ciety. Pastwick, James, Gen. Bus. Pat-el, Hasmutsh R., Civil Engr., ASCE, Sigma Chi Epsilon. Patel, Prabhu M.: Mech. Engr.: International Students Association, American Society of Tool 84 Manufacturing Engineers,-Mechan- ical Engineering Society. Patel, Vitthal H.: Chem Engr.: AICHE., International Student Asso- ciation. Peiffer, David E.: Gen. Bus.: Alpha Kappa Psi, Stewart Hall Dorm Council President. Pepe, Martin J. Jr.: Elec. Engr.: IEEE., AIAA., Dorm Council, Stew- art Hall Standards Committee. Peterson, Gary: Chem. Engr. Pierson, Gerald: Areo. Engr.: AIAA., Flying Thunderbirds, Secretary of Board of Directors. Pinne, Donald N. Jr.: Mech. Engr.: Tau Sigma Eta, Mechanical Engineering Society Treasurer and President, Society of Auto- motive Engineers, American Institute of Drafting 84 Design Secretary. Pinter, James N.: Acc't: Alpha Kappa Psi, Intramural Sports. Plank, Edwin: Gen. Bus.: Sigma Phi Epsilon, Alpha Kappa Psi. Podbelski, Gary: Elec. Engr. Poletto, Richard A.: Elec. Engr.: IEEE. Pollins, Kent: Mech. Engr.: MES. Pratner, David K.: Areo. Engr.: AIAA., Tau Sigma Eta, Who's Who's. Pressel, James H.: Civil Engr.: Acacia. Pudell, Siegfried W.: Mech. Engr.: American Road Builders Asso- ciation, American Society of Civil Engineers, International Stu- dents Association Student Senate, Civil Engineering Honorary. Raifsnider, Ronald: Mech. Engr.: Mechanical Engineering Society. Ramella, Dan A.: Mech. Engr.: ASTME., SME., MES. Raschersky, William R. Jr.: Mech. Engr.: Resident Assistant, MES., Student Senate. Ray, Philip G.: Gen. Bus.: Plpha Kappa Psi. Redgway, Ronald Reynolds, Wayne: Civil Engr.: ASCE, University Christian Move- ment, Sigma Chi Epsilon. Rhinevault, Carney: Civil Engr. Rickrode, Joe C. Jr.: Mech. Engr.: Mechanical Engineering Socie- ty, Sigma Phi Epsilon. Romng, Robert S.: Gen. Bus.: President Phi Kappa Theta, Delta Nu p a. Rogers, Michael: Civil Engr.: Tau Sigma Eta, Sigma Chi Epsilon. Rogers, Pat: Chem. Engr. Ronnquist, Charles A.: Mech. Engr.: ASTMW, Chairman, Vice Chair- man, Treasurer SME, MES, lntramural Tennis, Golf. Ross, Dewey E.: Elec. Engr.: Who's Who's, IEEE., Secretary Se- nior Class. Ruffer, Foger L.: Mech. Engr. Runciman, Gary: Mech. Engr.: Mechanical Engineering Society, Flying Thunderbirds. -Samec, Peter: Gen. Bus.: Alpha Kappa Psi, Intramural Football, Softball. Sanford, Thomas N.: Elec. Engr.: IEEE. Sasher, Cecil E.: Gen. Bus.: Alpha Sigma Phi. Sass, Peter: Elec. Engr. Schaefer, Herbert C.: Civil Engr.: ASCE. Schelling, Dale: Elec. Engr.: IEEE. Schiedel, Thomas S.: Civil Engr.: Tau Kappa Epsilon, American Road Builders Association, American Society of Civil Engineers, American Water Works Association. Schneider, Bernard: Elec. Engr.: Tau Sigma Eta, IEEE., Student Director, Who's Who's, Student Senate. Schreck, Gary: Mech. Engr.: MES Treasurer, Tau Sigma Eta, Sports 8g News Editor Triangle, Student Senate. Schultz, Joseph R.: Mech. Engr.: Society of Manufacturing Engi- neers. Schuster, Robert: Cert. Draft. 81 Desg. Scotti, James A.: Civil Engr.: Phi Dappa Theta President, Vice Pesident: Skull 81 Bones, Alpha Phi Gamma Vice President, IFC Sports Director, ASCE., Golf Team. Selkis, Benjamin Jr.: Gen. Bus.: Booster Club, Sigma Phi Epsilon Senior Class Stag Committee. Shah, Kalpesh R.: Mech. Engr. Shah, Niranjan: Civil Eng.: Sigma Chi Epsilon, ASCE., Internation- al Students Association. Shah, Shailesh: Chem. Engr. Shalters, Dennis L.: Gen. Bus.: Skull 81 Bones, Who's Who's, Stu- dent Senate Secretary, Alpha Kappa Psi, YAF, Student Director. Shewell, Dennis E.: Mech. Engr.: Sigma Nu Sigma. Shewell, Dennis E.: Mech. Eng.: Sigma Nu Sigma. Shuff, Darryl: Gen. Bus.: Alpha Sigma Phi Secretary, Treasurer. Shultz, David E.: Mech. Eng.: ASTME., Mechanical Engineering So- ciety, Sigma Phi Epsilon. Sibert, Richard L.: Civil Engr.: ASCE, Sigma Chi Epsilon. I Simmons, Rex C.: Mech. Engr. Simmons, Richard W.: Mech. Engr. Sluss, Ernest R.: Gen. Bus.: Kappa Sigma Phi, Alpha Gamma Sec- retary, Alpha Kappa Psi, Booster Club President, Vice President, Circle K President, Circulation Manager Triangle, Secretary Se- nior Class, Skull and Bones. Smith, George W. Jr.: Elec. Engr.: Institute of Electrical 8. Elec- tronic Engineers. Smith, James Alfred: Elec. Engr.: IEEE. Smith, John A.: Mech. Engr.: MES., Tau Sigma Eta, Who's Who's. Smith, Norman G.: Mech. Engr.: Mechanical Engineering Society, Co-op. Snow, Roger A.: Mech. Engr.: Mechanical Engineering Society. Snyder, Marc: Chem. Engr.: Kappa Sigma Phi, Chemical Society. Sowers, A. Kim: Elec. Engr. Stiller, Robert A.: Gen. Bus.: Sigma Epsilon, Alpha Kappa Psi, In- vestment Club, Flying Thunderbirds, Circle K, Intramural Sports, Dean's List, Student Assistant to Director of News Ser- vices. Stripling, Donald: Civil Engr.: ASCE Vice President, Delta Chi, Sec- retary Circle K. Stufflet, Craig B.: Gen. Bus.: Sigma Phi Epsilon. Sunday, Michael A.: Elec. Engr. Sutter, David R.: Gen. Bus.: Phi Kappa Theta, Circle K, Intramural Sports, Investments Club, Booster Club. Swcasey, Danny D.: Chem. Engr.: American Chemical Society, In- tramural Football. Sylak, Richard: Gen. Bus. Symmes, Russell Craig: Mech. Engr.: MES. Taylor, James: Mech. Engr.: Student Director, Sigma Phi Delta President, Vice President IFC., Co-op, MES., ASTME. Timbario, Thomas: Mech. Engr.: MES., SAE., Tau Sigma Eta, Stu- dent Senate. Todd, Terry L.: Areo. Engr.: Sigma Phi Epsilon, AIAA. Tripi, Phil: Gen. Bus.: Phi Kappa President. Trembley, Gary: Gen. Bus.: Investment Club. Urbanik, Jong: Elec. Engr.: IEEE. Vecsey, William B.: Civil Engr.: Kappa Sigma Phi, American So- ciety of Civil Engineers, American Road Builders Association. VanSickle, William L.: Mech. Engr.: Kappa Sigma Phi President. Votral, Thomas V.: Gen. Bus.: Alpha Kappa Psi, Sigma Phi Epsilon. Wade, John W.: Mech. Engr. Waite, James 1: Civil Engr. Walker, Robert S. Jr.: Civil Engr.: Tau Kappa Epsilon, Cirlce K, IFC, ASCE, ARBA. Weaver, Carlton: Civil Engr. Weber, J. Jerald: Trans.: Delta Nu Alpha, Sigma Phi Epsilon. Weckenbrock, Jim: Mech. Engr.: Flying Thunderbirds, MES, So- ciety of Manufacturing Engineers, Resident Assistant. Welch, James Robert: Chem. Engr.: American Chemical Society. Werner, Alton W.: Areo. Engr.: President Senior Class, Editor Year Book, Treasurer Student Senate, Co-Winner of Bateman Jour- nalism Award, Sigma Phi Epsilon, Chairman of AIAA, President Ski Club, Skull 84 Bones, 69-70 Booster of the Year. Wesolowski, Chet: Gen. Bus.: Investment Club Secretary, Sigma Epsilon, Stewart Hall Dorm Council, Resident Assistant. Westmeyer, Edward A.: Acc't: Sigma Phi Epsilon, Alpha Kappa Psi, Who's Who's. Whittaker, Dennis R.: Elec. Engr.: IEEE, Booster Club. Widder, Brooks E.: Civil Engr. Wilkining, Stephen: Mech. Engr.: Tau Kappa Epsilon, Flying Thun- derbirds, Sports Car Calu, MES. Williams, Donald B.: Gen. Bus.: Sigma Phi Epsilon, Booster Club, Sigma Epsilon. Wilson, David R.: Gen. Bus.: Ski Club, Sports Car Club. Wisler, Jerome: Gen. Bus.: Tua Kappa Epsilon, Circle K. Wobio, William: Acc't: Tau Kappa Epsilon Treasurer, Marketing Team, Student Director, Deans List. Wodarcayk, Richard: Elec. Engr.: IEEE, Student Director, Tau Sigma Eta Treasurer. Wolfe, James L.: Civil Engr.: American Road Builders Association President, Vice President, American Society of Civil Engineers. Yeager, James Robert: Gen. Bus.: Alpha Kappa Psi, Student Sen- ate, Circle K, Sports Car Club, Intramural Sports, Investment Club. Yoder, Alan: Trans.: Phi Kappa Theta. Young, Allan: Civil Engr.: Sigma Chi Epsilon Vice President, AWWA, ASCE, Track Team. Zechman, Robert S.: Elec. Engr.: Tau Sigma Eta President, Secre- tary, Student Director, Student Senate, IEEE, Who's Who's. Zimonjs, Mike: Areo. Engr.: Tau Kappa Epsilon, Soccer Team. The last page, finished on the last day completing a story. From day- dreaming about spirits in the sky to the grind of attending classes. 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