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Athletics . . . . . . . . . . Page 1 12 STAFF: RIccI-Editor in Chief LAROCHELLE Photographic Editor KENNETH CROWE Photographer JEROME SALTER Graduates CHARLES BoRDEN Assistant Editor DARROW Fox Faculty Advisor HOWARD SALLES Photographer EUGENE

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The e olution of man, and his curiosity as to the nature of things about and in him, has created and preserved a vast storehouse of knowledge within this span of time. This knowledge is uni ersally available; however, most of us require someone to clarify, interpret and teach to us that portion of this great legacy which captures our interest and fires our imagination. Indiana Tech is fortunate in having conscientious instructors who r ealize that learning is a continuous process that will continue throughout time and must be passed on for the benefit and progress of man.

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DEANS DR.RALPHW. YOUNG Dean of Arts and Sciences

ROBERT C. RUHL Dean of Engineering

DR. LON D. RANDALL Dean of Student!!

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OREN B. HUF'n:R Registrar and Director of Admissions

DR. LOUIS H. DOBBS Assistant to the President

EV,,:I,YN M. BOWYER Assistant to the Registrar

DR. MEREDITH J . SPRUNGER â&#x20AC;˘ Director of the Freshman Division and Assistant Professor of Psychology

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Left to right Bennet ¡ L . K emp, Assistant Professor; K enneth Strong, Instructor; William S. Hazard, Instructor .

PROFESSOR BENJAMIN L. DOW Head, Aeronautical Engineering Department

The Aeronautical Engineering Department at Indiana T echnical College strives to have the student well prepared in the basic sciences before the advanced aer onau tical topics are undertaken. A graduate with a B .S . degr ee in Aeronautical Engineering may enter many phases of the aeronautical field. The ever increasing advances in the field of aeron a utics, such as the earth satellite program, will continue to offer a challenge to the engineer of the present and future.

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ENGINEERING One of the newest branches of engineering, Chemical Engineering, has advanced rapidly. Practically all industry in some stage of processing, development, or manufacturing, must depend upon men with a knowledge of chemistry. Today there are highly specialized and diversified fields such as Gas, Metallurgical, Ceramics, and Petroleum. Because of its being the basic technology underlying the development and operation of virtually all industry , Chemical Engineering will realize even greater growth in the years to come.

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DR. TOD B. DIXON Department Head

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The development in the variou s branch es of engineering has created new problems in th e

PROFESSOR ROBF:RT C. RUHL Head, Civil Engineering Department

design and construction of buildings, h ighways, airports, and other structures. Th e Civil Engineer is meeting the demands of our pr esen t age with new methods and ideas. Even th ou gh Civil Engineering is the oldest of th e fields of

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ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING The increasing utilization of electrical power in this country makes immense demands on the Professional Electrical Engineer. He must know how to select, design, work out economics and production. He is the mastermind in the field of controls, as evidence by today's automation. The skill and creative ability of the Electrical Engineer transforms theoretical knowledge into practical service to me~t the challenges of the future. â&#x20AC;˘

PROFESSOR WALTF;R J. WILLIAMS, JR. Head, Electrical Engineering Department

Left to right Ralph W. Clark, Instructor; Earl Devlin, Instructor; Morris A. Sinunons ; Assistant Professor; John Whitney, Assistant Professor .

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Left to right Arthur Price, Assistant Professor, Norbert Torzyn, Assistant Professor and Peter Sorensen, Instructor.

Electronic Engineering is a highly specialized branch of Electrical Engineering. The importance of electronics is recognized as a field of engineering in its own right. T o the Electronic Engineer is attributed outstanding development in such realms as guided missiles, radar, color television , electronic computer , radio communicat ion , and atomic energy. The Electronic Engineering curriculum is planned to specialize a fundamental knowledge of electrical engin eering to scientific application in the field of electronics.

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CHAN CAL ENGINEERING The field of Mechanical Engineering is so broad that no man can be an authority on all of its branches. Consequently, Mechanical Engineers tend to become specialists in chosen branches. Therefore, the student is given a thorough background in the basic sciences. This field is very extensive, for practically every manufactured article requires the services of mechanical engineers both in the design of the machine on which it is made and in the production of the article on those machines in the factory.

DR. IVAN A. PLANCK Head, Mechanical Department

Left to right Simon Kuo, Instructor; Robert Marshall, Assistant Professor; Edmund T. Napier, Instructor; C. Jack Quinn, Assistant Professor; Howard A . Macklin, Associate Professor, Dr. Ivan A. Planck, Professor and H ead of Mechanical Engineering Department, Robert A . Gruesbeck, Instructor; Dr. Erwin Horiak, Professor.

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Engineering Graphics is a descriptive graph ical language used by engineers and designers throughout the world to express, develop, and record their ideas and information. Men of industry have indicated that Engineering Graphics is not only important, but absolutely necessary. Students need a thor ou gh grounding in the fundamentals of science and communication, and should be trained early in th e engineering approach for the solution of problems. They must have training in space visualization; they must develop their powers of analysis and synthesis; they must be given experience in creative thinking at the start of their college work; and their abilities to develop and record ideas must be constantly challenged.

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Chemistry is one of the fundamental sciences, important both in that it underlies all phases of modem living and in its own right as a field of employment for the several hundred thousand American chemists. Its scope includes everything from process control and analysis to the "glamor" fields of nuclear science and

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DR. NORMAN O. LONG Head Chemistry Department

plastics and explosives.

Left to right Dr. Laszlo Szegedy; Dr. Warren Hoffman; Bernard Richardville; Edward Guindon, Assistant Professor; Robert J. Swindell, Assist;mt Professor (center).

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MARY E. WEIMF:R Department Head

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In our complex society, scientific progress depends on the mathematician, the engineer, and many other scientists whose prima r y tool is mathematics_

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matics offers a we ll rounded course for the young mathematicians, as well as the essential mathematics for the engineering, physics, and CHARLES R. CARR Associate Professor and Head of Mathematics Department

ch emistry students.

Left to right Hugh D. Landis, Instructor; Hugh G. Ha rp, Associate Professor; Robert Leeper, Instructor ; Fred H. Croninger , Lecturer ; Richard E. Sarber, Assistant Professor; James Jacobs, Instructor ; Dr. Ralph W. Young, Professor ; Gordon L . Cole, Assistant Professor; James R. Dohner, Instructor; Walter W. Bartlett, Assistant Professor.

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Left to right Dean Garrison, Assistant P rofessor; Ralph W. Brock, Assistant Professor ; Dr . Kozoburo Miyakawa, Professor.

If, as has been said, " this is th e atomic age," then this is th e age of physics. Nuclear weapons and mach ines are products of th e physics laboratory. Each n ew day find s th e physicists of our nation ever w idening horizons of man 's knowledge. Ther efor e, Indiana Technical Col, lege meets the need for training in physics by offer ing basic and advanced courses designed to prepare a student eith er for direct participation in industry, or fo r a scientific career of the more traditional typ e.

DANIF:L T. DWYER Assistant Professor and Head of Physics Dep9l'Iment

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JAMES W. PRINGLE History

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FALL DENNIS L . AGLER, Ae E, Woodburn, Indiana, lAS! Sigma Phi Delta, Associate Editor of Castle, Secretary; Fencing Team. SHAIKH J. , BSEE, Chitta_ gong, Pakistan, AlEE; Pakistan Student's Association, President; Nation's United Club, Chairman; President's List (2). JOHN E. AUE:R, BSME, Lakeville, Indiana.

JURGIS BALCIUNAS, Strasburg, Ohio, BSAE, lAS; President's List (I).

JOHN J. BARNEY, BSElE, Ft. Wayne, Indiana, Electronic Engineering Society. DONALD G. BETHKE, BSME, Waukesha, Wisconsin, Society of Automotive Engineers, Chairman; Bowling, Captain.

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RAYMOND BILLINGTON, BSEI, Geneva, Indiana, Phi Kappa Lambda Fraternity. WAYNE C. BLAKE-HEDGES, BS Physics, Math Option, Ft. Wayne, Indiana, Physics Club, SecretaryTreasure r ; President's List (6).

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JOE BOV A, BSEI, Du Quoin, Illinois, AES, Vice-Chairman; Newman Club.

PAUL BUBERNAK, BSAeE, Ft. Wayne, Indiana, Institute of Aeronautica l Sciences; Ame rican Rocket Society; ITC Flying Club; lAS Bowling Team; President's List (4).

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DELMAS R. BUCKLEY, JR., BSEIE, Liverfllore, California, President's List (8); Honor Roll (3). RAMON A. CARO, BSME, Ciudad Trujillo, J)ominican Republic.

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GLEN M. CRAIG, BSEE, Fairmont, Technician; Reporter, News Editor. DAVID L. CROTIY, BSCE, Fort Wayne, Indiana; Alpha Gamma Upsilon.

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KENNETH E. DAVIS, BSElE, Wins_ ton-Salem, North Carolina; Presidents list (1); Flying Club. JAMES R. DEBLEYKER, BSME, Easton, Pennsylvania; Weightlifting Club; Secretary, Vice-President; Bowling Club; Mechanical Club; Intramural Sports; Honor Roll (1); Physical Ed . Instructor (2).

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THOMAS DE BOER, BSME, Clarkson, Ontario, Canada; S.A.E.; Presidents list (7); Honor Roll (5); Iota Tau Kappa.

CHARLES L. DENTON, BSChE, Saginaw, Michigan; Chemical Engineering Society; Secretary, President; Chern 32 Instructor (1).

CARL E. DREW, BSEIE, Oshkosh, Wisconsin, Electronic Engineering Society; President's list (10); Iota Tau Kappa . JESSE DURBIN JR., BSElE, Math Option, Irvin'g ton, Kentucky; Kekionga Amateur Radio Club; Vice President ; Physics Club ; Honor Roll (5 ) .

WING Y. ENG, BSMF:, New York, New York ; Mechanical Engineering Club; Chinese Club; Honor Roll (1).

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I JOHN W. FAIRFIELD, BSEIE, Math Option; Odell, Illinois; Society of American Military Engineers; President's List (6); Honor Roll (6). DALE FISCHER, BSME, Waukesha, Wisconsin ; S.A.E., Vice-Chairman. YORK K. FISCHER, BSEIE, Math Option; Hilltown, Penna.; Alpha Gamma Upsilon, President, VicePresident, Corresponding Secretary, Social Chairman; Bowling Club; Fly ing Club, President, Vice-President Intramural Sports, Football, Swimming, Softball.

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BERNARD FREUND, BSEIE, Math Option, New York, New York; E.E.S.; Nucleus, Reporter , Advertising, Bus_ iness Manager. RICHARD L. GAUDI, BSElE; Staunton, ill.; Alpha Gamma Upsilon, Corresponding Secretary; President's List (5) ; Iota Tau Kappa. Fort Wayne Obedience Training Club, Vice - President; North Eastern Indiana K ennel Club. EDWIN M. GOOD, BSEE, Reading, Penna.; Sigma Phi Delta, Alumni Sec retary, Activities Chairman; Flying Club; Intramural Sports.

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HAROLD T. GRISWOLD, BSME, Bayside, New York; A.S .M.E.; Kappa Sigma Phi, President, Vice-President; Varsity Club, President; Weightlifting Club.

GARY R. HALL, BSEIE, Layland, West Virginia ; Intramural Sports, Basketball, Football, Volleyball. JOHN F. HALLEY, BSCE, Southbridge, Massach usetts; Association of Civil Engineers; Kappa Sigma Phi, President, Vice-President; Student Council, Interfraternity Coun_ cil, Newma n Club; Honor Roll (2); President's List (5).

AHMAD HAMDAN, BSME, Beirut, Lebanon ; Arab Awakening; President's List (1); Honor Roll (1). D . R. HARDWICK, BSME, Wichita, Kansas. ROGER A. HARRIS, BSEIE, La Moille, Illinois; President's List (2). •

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FilL LESSEL K. HART, BSEE, Huntington, Indiana, President's List (6); Student Instructor, EE 110 (1). JAMES E. HEADLEY, BS Math, Beatrice, Nebraska, Math Club; Alpha Gamma Upsilon Frate~nity; Student Council (3), Secretary (2); Honor Roll (6); Vice-President of Junior Class; Treasurer of Senior Class. DEAN R. HEATON, BSElE, Fort Wayne, Indiana, Varsity Club; Var_ sity Golf Team (3 years); Laboratory Assistant El 100 (4). RUDOLF W. HELLMOLD, BSCE, Bellerose, New York, Association of Civil Engineers; Flying Club, Publicity Officer; Society of American Military Engineers, President and Vice-President; Fencing Team, Captain of Saber Team; President's List (2 ) .

RAYMOND E. H F:RZOG, Cattaraugus, New York, BSEl, Honor Roll (8). BERNARD J. HIGGINS, BSEE, Reading, Pennsylvania, AlEE, Secretary (2) ; Fighter Pilot, 163 Tactical Fighter Squadron, Indiana Air Na_ tional Guard. EDWARD HOLM FS, BSElE, Floral Park, New York, Flying Club (2); President's List (4).

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RICHARD HULTQUIST, BSElE, Math Option, Lucinda, Pennsylvania, Sigma Phi Delta Fraternity, Secretary; Student Council (1); President's List (7 ) . PHILLIP C. HUNT, BSCE, Ft. Wayne, Indiana, ASCE; Photography Club; Honor Roll (1) ; President's List (2). YOUSSEE M. JRAIDA, BSME, Damascus, Syria, UAR, Mechanical Engineering Club; Arab Student's Club; Nations United Club; Honor Roll (1 ) .

KARL S . KARINCH, BSCE, Lebanon, Pennsylvania, Newman Club; Kappa Sigma Phi Fraternity, Trea_ surer (2) ; Honor Roll (1); President's List (8) . JOHN F . KARLE, BSCE, Rochester, New York, Civil Club, Vice-President; Dormitory Councilor (1); Honor Roll (1); President's List (2).

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KENNETH D. KAUFFMAN, BSCE, Ligonier, Indiana; Association of Civil Engineers; Sigma Phi Delta; Intramural Bowling. YOSHIO KAWAMOTO, BSEIE, Hilo, Ha waii; Hawaiian Club; President's List (2) . WILLIAM G. KUNST, BSElE, Cleveland, Ohio; Alpha Gamma Upsilon, Recording Secretary.

CARL LAFOON, BSEIE, Cobden, Illinois ; Electronic Engineering Society , Chairman ; Military Engineers; Electrical Engineering Society; Student Council ; Technician, Advertising Staff. LOUIS H. LENERT, BEEE, San Antonio, Texas; Electronic Engineering Society ; Student Council, Secre_ ta ry ; Technician Staff, Associate Editor, Editorial Asst. Editor-in-Chief; Iota T a u Kappa, President Caswell Drawing Award; President's List (10); Honor Roll (6); Assistant;EI 1l0A (4); EI-130A (1) ; Student Instructor EI-130A (1 ) . JEROME LEVITT, BSCE, Brooklyn, New York ; Association of Civil En_ gineers; Secretary, Treasurer; Milita ry Engineers; Student Council (1); Intermural Tennis, Football, Baseball.

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BERKELEY McKENNON, Math, Fort Wayne, Indiana ; Math Club, President President's List (6) ; Honor Roll (6); Math Instructor (1 ); Physics Lab Assistant (4) ; Drawing Lab Assistant (5) . JON N. MARTINSEN, BSCE, Niles, Michigan ; A .C.E. ; Alpha Gamma Upsilon ; Fly ing Club ; We ightlifting Club ; Student Council. RAMESH MEHTA, BSChE, Bombay, India; Ch emica l Engineering Society .

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DONALD MILLARD, BSCE, Edgerton , Wisconsin ; Association of Civil Engineers; Flying Club; Assistant in Graphics Department (4).

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J OSEPH E . MILLER, BSCE, Thornville, Ohio ; Association of Civil Enginee rs; Alpha Omega Ta u, Presid ent; President's List (1); CE-155A ( 1).

KENT MOORE, BSCE, York, P ennsylvania; Alpha Gamma Upsilon; A .C.E. ; Intramural Sports; President's List (1) .

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JOSEPH W. MULI.JN, BSME, San Diego, California. NABHAN, BSEE, Syria, UAR, Arab Student Club, Treasurer; Nation's United Club. MARVIN L. NAEZIGER, BSME, Archbold, Ohio, President's List (1) .

FEREIDOON NASSIRI, VSCE, Tah eran, Iran , Association of Civil Engineer s; Iranian Student's Organiza_ tion, President. HENRY A . ODA, Walnut Grove, California, BSAe, Institute of Aero_ space Sciences; Hawaiian Club, Secretary ; Varsity Tennis; President's List (1) . FREDERICK V. PFAFMAN, VSELE, Math Option, Silver Spring, Maryland, Society of America n Military Engineers, Public Relations Chairman ; President's List (2); L ab Assista nt, E1 140 A (1).

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ROGER W. POWELL, BSElE, Math Option, Moscow, P ennsylvania, Societ y of American Military Engin_ eers, Secretary . ROBERTO PUCH E:, BSM E:, Barranquilla, Colombia. YAMAL RIMA, BSCE and BSME, Bogota, Colombia.

"'REDERICK E. ROGERS, BSEIE, Middletown, Ohio, AlEE. WILLIAM W. ROSBOROUGH, BSEE, Somerville, Massachusetts, ACE ; Kappa Sigma Kappa Fraternity, Corresponding and Recording Secretary .

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FALL JACK E. RUDY, BSElE, Sarasota, Florida; President's List (1); Lawrence E. Schmitt, BSElE, Math Option; Tennyson, Indiana; Sigma Phi De lta; Bowling Club, Secretary; Male Chorus (3); President's List (1) .

ROGER W. SCHOOLEY, BSEE, Elkhart, Indiana; Electrical Club, Chairman; Intramural Sports; President's List (8); Honor Roll (3).

THE:ODORE W. SI.ESIMA. BSME, Brooklyn, New York. RONALD SPECKMAN, BSEE, St. Marys, Ohio; A.I.E.E., Program Chairman. JON STROUP, BSChE, Marion, Indiana; Chemical Engineering Society; Kappa Sigma Kappa, Secretary; Bask etball; Baseball; Presid ent's List (1); Assistant Physical Education Instructor (9).

EDWARD SWEET, BSME, Troy, New Hampshire; A.C.E.; Varsity Club; Mechanical Engineering Club, Treasurer; Track; Intramural Bask etball; Softball, Football, Golf. EUGENE H. TENNlES, BSEIE, Pittsburgh, P enna.; E.E.S., Vice Chairman, Publicity Director; Student Council; President's List (5); Student Instructor El 120A (1). LOWE:JJ. K. THOMPSON, BSElE, Cairo, Georgia.

HAROLD J. TREECE, BSElE, Math Option, Nashville, Tennessee; Electl'Onic Engineering Society, Corresponding Secretary; Student Council Representative; Associate Editor of Technician (7); President's List (6); Electronics L aboratory EI 100A (1), EI 140 A (1); Treasurer, Sophomore Class; Dormitory Counselor. RICHARD K. VOEDISCH, BSChE, Rockford , lllinois; Chemical Engineering Soc i e t y; Phi Kappa Lambda, Pledgemaster, President; Caswell Award; President's List (7); Honor Roll (3). LEE WELSH, BSElE, Cumberland, Maryland; Student Council (3), President, Secretary; Vice President Freshman Class; President's List (1); Lab Assistant El 120 (2); Dormitory Counselor (1),

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ALL PAUL F. WE:L'!'Y, BSElE, Fort Wayne, Indiana, Flying Club, Kekionga Amateur Radio Club, VicePresident. ROBERT N. WISEMAN, BSEIE, Math Option, Prosperity, West Virginia, Electronjc Engineering Society, Audio Engineering Society, LF.C. Softball Team, President's List (2) .

HARVEY LEE WEST, BSEIE, Beaumont, Texas, Pistol Club, E.E.S., Alpha Omega Tau, President, VicePresident. Treasurer, Business Manager, Chaplin, Intramural Golf, Football, Softball and Horseshoes, President's List (1).

JEROME WIDMER, BSAeE, Fort Wayne, Indiana, Institute of the Aerospace Sci e n c e s, Treasurer, Sigma Phi Delta, Student Council President, T e c h n i cia n reporter, Science Fair and Carnival Co-Chairman, President's List (6).

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ROBERT M. WINSLOW, BSME:, Fort Wayne, Indiana, Mechanical Engineering Club, Secretary (1) , Student Council (2), President's List ( 3) .

GARY J. WINTERROWD, BSChE, Metallurgical, Palestin e, Ohio, American Chemical Engineering Society, Sgt. of Arms, Beta Sigma Tau, LF.C., Senior Representative, Student Instructor. ROBERT W. YANKOWIAK, BSElE, Fort Wayne, Indiana. President's List (11).

HOLLIS V. YOUNG, BSCE, Fort Wayne, Indiana, Bowling Club, Secretary Alpha Gamma Upsilon, Corresponding Secretary, Pledge Master, KEKIONGAN Staff (7), Assistant Editor (1).

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AHMED S. ABDUL-RAHMAN, B.S.ChE., Kuwait, Carabia, Chemical Engineering Society, Arab Club. ROBER ARCHAMBAULT, B.S.C., Quebec, Canada, A.C.E., S.A.E., President's List (5). ELI A VNERI, B.Sc. M.E., Jerusalem, Israel, Student Instructor (2) .

DARRYL F. BACH, BSM F:, Evan_ ston, lllinois, Sigma Phi Delta, Chief Engineer, Business Manager and Historian, Technician reporter (2), Honor Roll (2), President's List (4), Exhibits Chairman, 1960 Indiana Tech Science Fair and Carnival. JAMES P. BARNES. BSEE, Dunkirk, New York, President's List (7) , Honor Roll (1) . JOHN J . BATLUCK, BSEE, Math Option, SCI' ant 0 n, P ennsylvania, Freshman Class President, Iota Tau K appa Vice -President and Secretary, Intramural Vollyball, President's List (12), Honor Roll (9) .

I WILFRED M. BEA VIN, BSAeE, Ha rdinsburg, K entucky, Institute of Aeronautical Sciences. ROBERT C. BEECH, BSAeE, Mansfi eld, Ohio, Institute of the Aerospa ce Scienc€s, Vice-Chairman (2) a nd Chairman, Bowling Club Treasurer.

HENRY BELTRAN, BSAeE, Fort Wayn e, Indiana, Institute of Aeron a utical Sciences.

LEE W. BENEDICT, BSME, Pittsfield, P ennsylvania, Mechanical Engineering Club, Chairman (2), Vice Ch a irman , Executive Committee (3), Intramural F 0 0 t b a II, Bask etball, Softball and Volleyball, Outstand_ ing Member of Mechanical Engineering Club Award, Spring, 1960.

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MATHEW BERGER, BSEIE, Brooklyn , New York. RALPH N . BINKLEY, BSME, Anderson, Indian a, Iota T a u Kappa, Alpha Gamma Upsilon Scholastic A ward, Honor Roll (7), President's List (9), S .A.E.

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CLAUDE BRADFO RD, BSAeE, Math Option; St. Joseph, Missouri; Institute of Aeronautical Sciences; Pre sid en t' s List (3). CHARLES LEW I S BROTHERS, BSEl, BSEE, Math Option; New Haven, Indiana; A.I.E.E.; E.E.S.; Fencing Team (3 years); Captain Sabre Team; President's List (2). JOHN R. BROTH ~:RTON, BSCE, Liberty, lllinois; A.C.E.; Iota Tau Kappa (1); President's List (4) . CHARLES E. BROYLES, BSEE, Rockholds, Kentucky; Alpha Gamma Upsilon, Member at Large; Intramural Sports ; American Society of Military Engineers. GEORGE W. CARRIE , BSME:, Keeseville, New York; Alpha Gamma Upsilon, Editor of Beta Babble, Sgt.at-arms, Chairman of Ritual Committee, Supreme Master; S.A.E.; Student Council , President, Chairm an of Rules, Academic and Build_ ing and Grounds ; Science Fair and Carnival, Co-Chairman, Chairman of Publicity; President's List (5). GLEN E. CHANDLER, BSEl, Plymouth, Indiana. JUM CHIN, BSEE, Brooklyn, New York ; A.I.E.E.; Chinese Club ; President's List (2) .

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KENNETH E. GAERTE, BSElE, Albion, Indiana; Honor Roll (3). EDWARD F. GLEMBOCKI, BSME, Skillman, New Jersey; Newman Club; Mathematics Club; President's List (2) . ROBERT JOSEPH HART, BSCE, Clarksburg, West Virginia; Association of Civil Engineers; President's List (3) .

H . L . HODGDON, BSME, President's List (3) . EDWARD HOLUB, BSME, Elmira, New York ; Intramural Volleyball; Honor Roll (2); President's List (1). BRUCE L . HOUSE, BSEIE, Math Option, San Die g 0 , California; A.LE.E.; Indiana Technical College Weightlifting and Bodybuilding Club, Vice - President; Treasurer, Junior Class; President's List (1); Student Insturctor, P.E. (1).

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CURTIS B . JOYNER JR., BSME, West Palm Beach, Florida ; Alplia Ga mma Upsilon, Recording Secretary, House Manager ; Student Council, Senior Representative, Corresponding Secretary; Intramural Softball; Iota Tau Kappa; Presidents List (10); Honor Roll (5); Publicity Chairman, 1960 Science Fair and Carnival.

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JOSEPH LANGENSTEIN, BSME, Buffalo, New Yilrk; S.A.E .; Intramural VoJleyball; American Society of Tool and Manufacturing Engm eers. •

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EDGAR H. LEE, BSCE, Christiana, Manchester, Jamaica, W. I.; Association of Civil Engineers, Treasurer ; Chinese Club, Vice President; Student Council. ROGER O. LEE, BSCE, New Rockford , North Dakota; Association of Electrical Eng i nee r;s, President; Sigma Phi Delta, House Manager, Professional Program Director; Lutheran Student Association; Student Council; Junior Representative; In_ tramural Sports; Presidents List (1) .

OLWEN L . LEGAL!., BSME, Bella Vista, Maracaibo, Venezuela; Varsity Tennis (3 years) ; Varsity Soccer (3 years), Co-Captain; Presidents list ( 1) .

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SEUNG W. LYU, BSCHE, Seoul, Korea; Ch.E.S; Varsity Soccer and Track. •

EDWARD R. McINTYRE, BSElE, Math Option, Lonaconing, Maryland; Honor Roll (6) ; E.E.S. RICHARD W. MACKENZIE, BSME, Aliquippa, Pennsylvania; Society of Automotive Engineers; Stu den t Council (1); Presidents List (3) ; Honor Roll (2).

ROBERT W. MAINE, BSElE, Math Option, Dunkirk, Indiana; Electronic Engineering Society; Weightlifting Club, Freshman Instructor; Chess Club, Secretary; Glee Club . •

STANLEY MARKUS, BSEIE, Arma, K ansas; Society of American Military Engineers, Treasurer; Intramural Sports. TH A. MARTIN, BSAeE, Corbin, Virginia; Weightlifting Club (5 ) ; Presidents List (8).

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JOSEPH MOEHRBACK, BSME, Newark, New Jersey; Institute of Aeronautical Sciences; Society of Automotive Engineers; Iota Tau Kappa; Caswell Award, ED 21, 22; Presidents List (8); Honor Roll (4); Assistant Insu'uctor ED 21-22, 23, (6) ; American Society of Metals.

LOWELL MICHAELS, BSAeE, Monroe, Indiana; Male Chorus (4); In_ tramural Sports; Presidents List (3). W AHLING H. NG, BSElE, New York, New York; Chemical Engin eering Society; Chinese Club; Intramural Bowling; Presidents List ( 4) .

HUBERT H . NOWAK, BSME, Math Option, Donora, Penna.; Varsity Club; ITC Varsity Baseball (2 yea rs) .

HARVEY L. PHIPPS, BSElE, In_ dependence, Virginia. CARL M. POWE, BSME, Sledell, Louisiana; Iota Tau Kappa, Secre tary, Treasurer; Honor Roll (8); Presidents List (9) . VARTAN S. PROUDIAN, BSMF:, H eliupolis, Egypt; Arab Club; Intramural Sports; Presidents List (2); Honor Roll (2) .

GARY D. RIDENOUR, BSME, Wabash, Indiana; Sigma Phi Delta, Vice President, Social Chairman, Historian, Professional Director, Guide; Student Council; Technician Staff, Golf; Presidents List (2); Student Assista nt to Dean of Students (11); Intramural Sports. RICHARD M. ROVNYAK, BSEE, Ford City, P enna. ; Indiana Tech Electrical Association; Iota Tau K appa; Presidents List (10). ROBERT E. SCHURR, BSME, Garr ett, Indiana; S.A.E.; Intramural Bowling.

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NTER RAYMOND V. SHF:RLEY, BSME:, Crestwood, Kentucky; Alpha Gamma Upsilon; Society of Automotive Engineers; Presidents List (2). LOUIS J. SHIHADEH, BSChE, Fort Wayne, Indiana; Chemical Engineering Society; Arab Club; Assistant Instructor Chern 146, 147 (2). ROBERT C. SMALL, BSElE, Central Islip, New York; Electronic Engineering Society; Autio Engineering Society; Iota Tau Kappa; Presidents List (7); Honor Roll (4).

ROBERT M. SORDELET, BSElE, Fort Wayne, Indiana; Indiana Air National Guard. LARRY K. STERLING, BSM E:, Deshler, Ohio ; Kappa Sigma Phi ; Weightlifting Club, Secretary; Student Council ; Society of American Military Engineers; Vice-President of Senior Class. FRANK STOMEL, BSM E:, Philadelphia, Penna. ; Weightlifting Club, President; Weightlifting State Champion 1959-1961; Presidents List (3); Assista nt Instructor Physical Education (6) .

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KE L . STRONG, BSAeE, Math Option, Kouts, Indiana ; Institute of Aero-Space Sciences, Treasurer; Presidents List (10); Honor Roll (1). DONALD Y. SUZUKI, BSEIE, Wailuku, Maui, Hawaii; Hawaiian Club, Secretary, President; Intramural Sports.

RUFINO S. TOLEDO, BSCE, Boise, Idaho ; A.C.E., Sgt.-at-arms; Presidents List (1). ARTHUR J. VILARDI, BSME, Hew_ lett, Long Island, New York ; Society of Chemical Engineers. ROBERT W ARNAR, BSElE, Elmwood Park, illinois; A.I.E.E.; Fencing Team.

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SPB ROBERT A. ABENDSCHEIN, BSCE, Cheektow aga, New York ; Association of Civil Engineers; President's List (4) . ALBERT J . ABRAHAM, JR., BSME, Beech Bottom, West Virginia ; Presiden t's List (3) , Honor Roll (7) . M. NOUR ADRA, BMe and B .Math, Tripoli, L ebanon ; Ma th Club-Sec., Treasurer (4), Mechanical Engineer_ ing Club Treasurer (1); Theta Mu Pi Fraternity, Corresponding Sec.; Arab Studen t's Club (5) ; Student Council, Elections' Committee Chairm an ; President's List ( 4), Honor Roll ( 1) . FRANCIS JOSEPH ARSENAULT, BSME, Providence, Rhode Island; Society of Automotive Engineers, Vice Cha irman. DAVID LECOMPTE BABCOCK, BElE and Ma th Option, Braihard, New York ; Audio Enginee ring Society Secretar y (2), Electronic Engineering Society, Physiis Club ; Iota Tau K appa Fraternity, Presiden t's List (7) , Honor Roll (5). JAN BAI.LYNS, BSME, Clarkson, Ontario ; President's List (2) . ANASTAS S. BANDAK, BSME, Honduras, C.A.; Arab Club, Flying Club. JACK G . BARKER, BSME, Ft. Wayne, Indiana; Soriety of Automotive Engineers, K appa Sigma K appa Fraternity; Va rsity Baseball (3 yea rs) , L ette nu an 's Club, Intramural Bask etball, football and ten_ • m s. RUDOLPH W. BECKERT, JR., Ft. Wayne, Indiana; Institute of the Aerospace Sciences, Chairman (2 ); President's List (10), Honor Roll (3) ; Physics L aboratory Assistant ( 2) .

MICHAEL R. BOHANNON, BSAeE, Louisville, K entucky ; Institute of the Aerospace Sciences, Chairman ; Phi K appa La mbda FI·aternity, Newma n Club, Sergeant a t Arms and Pledge Master ; Bowling, Intra -mural sports. SCOTT W. BUELL, BSEIE, Greensburg, Indian a; Fly ing Club, Safe ty Officer ; President's List (1); Enginee ring Drawin g La bora tory Assistant (2); Dorm Counselor (11) , H ead Counselor. CLYDE W. BUSBY, BSCE, Ma rkville, Minnesota; Association of Ci vil Engineers; President's List (3), Honor Roll (1) .

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DOl-.·H.D A. , BSElF, Ben on Harbor, _ chigan; ectronic Engineer' a ocie . , of A merican _ . ·taD· Engineers. lee PI psident. F an Wayne Engineers Club; Honor R oll (1) ; Bam radio opera or. BURTON D A V I D 0 _ , BSFlE, B ron x, New Yor -. Electronic En gineerin a 'ety, Pistol Cl b, Treas. JA(:K , . DI8RKFS, BSf'E:, Wayne, Indiana ; Tnsti e of Aero• spa e Clences, . lImDl ed.., Chao• lin. •

ABD I PI . Dill.:\.:\.l'\fO, BSM K Riz;lJ , P hilippine : P hi Kappa Lambda Fraernit)', ~e" man Club . DENNIS F. f;ISt<;NHL"T. BSElE, Jasper, Indiana; Elecuonic Engineer· a ociety ( 2); Intra- mural baske ball ( 2 ) ; Iota Tau Kappa Fraterni . , Ou tandina Freshman .-\ ward for pring 1959, . ( 9) . Honor Roll (9 ) .

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LARRY W. FJ.ETCHER, BSCE, Clearfield, Indiana; Association of Civil Engineers; Bowling Club, Weightlifting Club; Gymnastic Team. &0

RICHARD J. FLETCHER, BSME and Math Option, Passaic, New Jersey; Theta Mu Pi Fraternity, Secretary, Pledgemaster, Inter-Fraternity Council Delegate; Newman Club, Secretary; Bowling Club, Weightlifting Club.

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RICHARD W . GASDORF, BSME and BSEE, Lima, Ohio ; Mechanical Engineering Club, Treasurer (1); Lutheran Student Association, Student Christian Fellowship; Fort Wayne Ski Club.

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DELMAR R. HATFIELD, BSElE, Plymouth, Indiana; Basketball (1 year); President's List (2) .

RICHARD O. H E:INY, BCE, Ft. Wayne, Indiana; Association of Civil Engineers; Sigma Phi Delta Fraternity, Chaplin; Intra -mural Golf; President's List (2).

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JAMES J. KLEIN, BSM E:, Tiffin, Iowa; Newman Club; President's List (2). •

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PETER KNAPP, BSEE, New Brunswick, New J e rsey; American Institute of Electrical Engineers Treasurer; Varsity Soccer Team; President's List (3), Honor Roll (2). MICHAEL KOCH, BSCE, Weiland, Ontario, Canada ; Association of Civil Engineers; Sigma Phi Delta Fraternity ; Intra-mural track and baseball.

ROBERT KOEHl ,INGER, BSEIE, Fort Lee, New J ersey; Electronic Engineering Society. JOHN H. LAMBERT, BSEIE, Wisconsin Rapids, Wisconsin; Kappa Sigma Phi Fraternity, Kekionga Amateur Radio Club; Glee Club; President's List (3).

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FRANK MAYO, BSME, Jamaica, Long Island; Society of Automotive Engineers, Sec.; Newman Club; Dormitory Governor (1 year) ; Varsity Track Team; Pistol Team; President's List (1); Engineering Drawing Laboratory Assistant (3 ). LELAND A. MELUGIN, BSElE, Dustin, Oklahoma ; Electronic Engineering Societ y; Glee Club President; P resident's List (4) . WILLIAM L. MON, BSME, Ne w York.

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HARRY SIMPSON, BSElE, Monong ah ela, P ennsylvania ; Board of Gove rnors, Editor of Student News Letter ; Recrea tion Room Ad visor, Assistant Dorm Advisor, Inter-Club Council, Dorm Go vernor.

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EDDIE J . SMART, BSME, Limerick , Ma ine; Phi Kappa Lambda Fraternity, Treas.; Society of Automotive Engineers; Presiden t's List (2); In_ tra -mural sports. MILTON S. SPIELER, BSEIE, Ma th Option, Brooklyn , New York ; Alpha Ga mma U psilon, Social Chairman ; Weightlifting Club ; Student Council; Intramural sports; President's List ( 2) .

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ALBERT E. SURMA Y, BSCE, Canton, Ohio ; Association of Civil Engineers; Alpha Gamma Upsilon Fra ternity; Fly ing Club; Weightlifting Club.

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ING EUGENE L. TIGGES, BSCE, Ft. Wayne, Indiana; Association of Civil Engineers. SAMUEL T. UHLER, BSCE, Easton, P ennsylvania; Association of Civil Engineers, Sports Manager; Flying Club, Flight Coordinatol', Vice President; Intra-mural sports; Honor Roll (1). EMMANUEL VARDOULAKIS, BSME, Drafting, Athens, Greece; Nations United Club; "Olympians" Sports Club of Fort Wayne, Secretary ; President's List (2).

WALTER VOSS, JR., BSEIE, St. Louis, Mo.; Electronic Engineering Society. LEON WARRIX, BSAeE, Cliff, K en _ tucky; Institute of the Aerospace Sciences. 1-

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WARREN E. WEBSTER, BSME, Woodburn, Indiana; Alpha Gamma Upsilon Fraternity, Treas urer; Intra mural sports; Presid ent's List (9), Honor Roll (2), Physics L aboratory Instr uctor (1) .

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CHARLES D. BORDEN, BEE and Math Option, Needl es, California ; Freshman Class Presiden t, Alpha Gamma Upsilon Fra t rnity, Corresponding Secr e tary (4) , President (1), Vice- president (1), Chairma n of Executive Committee (2), Parliamentarian (6), Social Chairman (2), A ssistant Editor of B e ta B ab ble (4) ; Student Council, Vice president (2), Parliame ntarian (4); AGU r e presentative to Inte r Frate rnity Council (4); Assistant Editor of KENIONGAN (2), Staff (4), Student Conduct Committee (2) ; S ec r eta ry of Senior Class (2); Pres_ ident's List (1); President of Inte r Club Council (2), Intra-mural sports. CARROL Richl a nd , List (1) .

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ACHAM S . CHOW, BSChE and Math Option, San Fernando, Trinidad; Chemical Enginee ring Society.

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RONALD D. CLAES, BSME, Crestline, Ohio; Society of Automotive Engineers, Secretar y (4) ; Flying Club, Treasure r (2), Vice -president ( 1) .

WILLIAM D. CLARK, BSME, Fort Wayn e, Indiana ; K a p p a Sigma K appa, Treasurer, Corresponding Secreta r y; Intra -mura l swimming an d table tennis. W. RONALD CLONTZ, BSChE, Taylorsville, North Carolina ; Chemical Engineering Society, Vice-president, Treasurer ; President's List (3) ; Assistant Laboratory Instruc_ tor (1).

BILLY W. COLE, BSCE, Albion, Indiana; Associa tion of Civil Enginee rs; Varsity Club ; Va rsity Bas_ k etball ; Io ta Ta u K appa Fra ternity; President's List (7) ; Honor Roll (4) .

CHARLES R. CONIFF, BSMath, Des Plaines, Illinois; Newma n Club (7); Math Clu b (4), Vice -president (2); Presiden t's List (4); Residence H all Counselor (3); Social Advisor (2) . EARL L. COONROD, BSME, Lincoln, Nebraska; Society of Automoti ve Enginee rs; President's List (1 ).

G . MARTIN CRONEY, BSEIE, BSEE, Wa rsaw, New York ; Lambda Chi Alpha .

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CHARLES T. DILS, BSChE, Math Option, Uniontown , P enn sylvania; Chemical En g i n ee r i n g Society, Treasu rer (1); Presiden t's List (3); Honor Roll (1); American Chemi_ cal Socie ty; Ame rican Institute of Chemical Engineers. •

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TOMAS RAMON ESPINEL, BEE, Madrid, Spain; Phi Iota Alpha Frate rnity, Secretary, Vice -president. DAVE H. FLUHARTY, BSCE, Clear L a k e, Iowa; A ssociation of Civil Engineers, Vice-president; Intra-mural sports ; Athletic Director for Sihler Hall ; President's List (3); Honor Roll (1).

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WILLIAM R. GENTRY, BSME, Wayn e, Michigan ; Intra-mural golf, softball, bask etball and football; President's List (1).

GEORGE D. GEPHART, JR., BSCE, Carlisle, P enn sylvania; Association of Civil Engineers, Corresponding Secretary ; Alpha Gamma Upsilon Fraternity, House Manage r, Treasurer, A ssistant Pledge Master; In_ tra-mural sports; President's List (1) .

R. DAVID GLASS, BSAeE, Fort Wayn e, Indiana; Institute of Aero_ nautical Sciences; President's List (1) .

RONALD L. GRIPPO, BSElE, New London, Connecticut; Electronic Engineering Society ; Student Council (3). HUGH ALAN HARP, BEE, Fort Wayne, Indiana; Ekeionga Amateur Radio Club, Treasure r and Station Engineer.

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WILLIAM G. KULL, BSEIE, Fort Wayne, Indiana, Electronic Engin eering Society ; Vete ran's Club, Treasure r; President's List (3) . MELVIN LADISKY, BSElE, New York ; Electronic Engineering Society; Amateur R adio Society. HENRY G . LEEDS, BSChE, Fort Wayne, Indiana; Chemical Enginee ring Society.

THOMAS A. LEMBKE, BSChE, New York ; Chemical Engineering Society. VERIATO LIMA, BSElE, New Bed ford, Massachusetts; Alpha Gamma Upsilon Fraternity, Vice President, Assistant House Manager; Iota T a u K appa Fraternity; President's List (9), Honor Roll (4); Inter-Fratern _ ity Council. â&#x20AC;˘

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DARWIN MAINWARING, BSAeE, Gotham, Wisconsin; K ekionga Ama teur Radio Club, Chairman, Mem_ bership Com mit tee; Intramural sports, Varsity Track; President's List (2) . M. E. MARS, BSElE, Shelbyville, Illinois, Sigma Phi Delta Fraternity, President, Vice President, Photographer; Kekionga Amateur Radio Club; President's List (1); Intramural sports. EUGENT B. MARTIN, BSEIE, Russiaville, Indiana ; Alpha O rn.o:~ga Tau Fraternity.

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LEONARD NAGATA, BSCE, Hon _ olulu, Hawaii ; Hawaiian Club; Association of Civil Engineers. ASCANIO NEGRETTI, BSCE, Caracas, Ven ezuela; K a p p a Sigma K appa Fraternity, Pledge Master (3), Sgt. at Arms (3); Bowling Club. WILBUR OARD, BSEE, Bea uerton , Michigan; American Institute of Elec trical Engineers.

GEORGE J . OSIPOV, BSEIE, New Brunswick, New J ersey; Association of Electrical Enginee rs, President; F encing Tea m, Captain; President's List (5), Honor Roll (1). THOMAS PAR A G I A N, BSAeE, BSME, B erwick, P enn sylva ni a; Institute of Aerospace Sciences, Chair_ man; Sigma Phi Delta Fraternity, Vice President, Professional Director, General Convention Delegate; Student Co un c i I ; In tra -mural sports, 1960 Tennis Cha mpion; Pres _ ident's List (1) ; Student Co-op Plan at Ba ll Bros. Resea rch Corp. TONIS PAIDE, BSEIE, Seabrook, New J ersey; Am erican Institute of Electrical Eng i n ee r s; K ekionga Amate ur Radio Club, President ; President's List (8), Honor Roll (2).

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RICHARD M. RUDY, BSEIE, Shavertown, Pennsy lvania; Electrical Engineering Society; Kappa Sigma Phi Fraternity, Publicity Chairman; Camera Club, President; Bowling Club; Varsity Basketball Manager; President's List (5 ) . WILME;R J . SALZ, BSMath, Stacyville, Iowa; Newman Club; Bowling Club; President's List (3) . STEPHEN STANLEY SANFORD, BSEIE, Wisconsin Rapids, Wisconsin; Audio Engineering Society, Treasurer, Secretary; Phi K appa Lambda Fraternity, House Manager; Glee Club (7) , Choral Union (1) ; For tWa y n e Community Chamber Choir (1).

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RAYMOND C. STREETER, BSCE, Lake Village; Theta Mu Pi Fraternity, Vice President, Recording Secretary, Athletic Director; Intramural sports. RAYMOND SUHRE, BSM F:, Al hambra, illinois; K a p p a Sigma K appa Fraternity, Corresponding Secretary, Scr ibe; President's List (4), Honor Roll (1) .

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FRANK TROILO, BSElE, Math Option, Rome, New York; Electronic Engineering Society; Newman Club; Bowling Club; President's List (2). WILLIAM B. TURNER, BSCE, Passaic, New Jersey; Association of Civil Engineers; Chess Club; Bowling Club; Intra-mural Sports.

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RAMIRO VILLA, BSElE, Medellin, Colombia, South America; Phi Iota Alpha Fraternity, Treasurer, Historian, House Manager; President's List (1). CLEMENT R. WALSH, BSEIE, Natrona Heights, P ennsylvania ; Alpha Gamma Upsilon Fraternity, Treas_ urer, Corresponding Secretary. JOHN W. WETZEL, JR., BSElE, Grabill, Indiana; Pistol Club.

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WII.T.IAM R. WINTERS, BSElE, Monroe, Michigan; Electronic Engineering Society, Secretary; President's List (9), Honor Roll (1); Student Council, Special Activities Committee Chairman, Dance Chairman.

PARVIZ YASHAR, BSCE, Tehran, Iran; Association of Civil Engineers; Iranian Student Organization, President; Intra-mural sports. ALAN R. CURTIS, BSMath, Stratford, Connecticut.

RICHARD C. WOELFEL, BSCE, Chilton, Wisconsin; Newman Club, President; Association of Civil Engineers, Treasurer; Student Council; President's List (8); Intra -mural sports; Dormitory Counselor.

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RUDDY O . LIPPERT BSElE. Coldwater. Michigan; Student Cot!ncil ( 4) , Treasure r; President's List ( 4) ; Intra-mural sports. DENNIS MULCAHY, BSEIE, Math Option. Warsaw. Indiana ; Electronic Engineering Society ; Kekionga Amateur Radio Club. Secretary; NUCLEUS Staff. Sports Editor; 1960 H ome coming Quee n Committee . EDWARD S. NISHIIE. BSEIE, Kavai. Hawaii: Electronic En gine~ring Society; H awaiian Club; Intra -mural sports . JAMES T . PARKS, Drafting. Fod Wayne. Indiana. ARMINE SCHMIDT, JR ., BSElE, Warren. Michigan . ROBERT SCOTT, BSEIE. Fort Wayne, Indiana . ABOLFAZL F . SHAHBAZI. BSEE . Lo ng Island. New York ; Society of American Military Engineers; Iranian Student Organization. President, Vice-President ; F enCing Team. Soccer Team. GABRIEL J . TUCKER . BSEIE. Monrovia, Libe ria; Soccer Team . Co Captain . JAMES W . WHEATLEY. BSMath . F ort Wayne. Indiana: Phy sics Club; Philosophy Club. Vice President; President's List (9 ) . Honor R oll (2); Physics L aboratory Assistant (6). WILLIAM WIECZERZAK, BSEE, Brooklyn. New York; Bowling Green .

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ALEX R . ALEXANDROW, BSElE, Fort Wayne. Indiana; Electronic Engineering Society ; Varsity Soccer Team, Captair. . JURGIS A . BALCIUNAS. BSAeE. BSME. Strasburg, Ohio; In~t itute of Aerospace Sciences; Outstanding Stud e nt Award ( Aug . 1960); President路s List (1). 1NDER DUTT BHARGAVA. BEChE, BSChE. BEMetE, Rajasthan, India; President's List ( 1). ACHAM STANLEY CHOW, BSChE, San Fernando. Trinidad ; Chemical EngL'1eering Society. KENNETH R . CONLON . BSEIE. Fort Wayne, Ind iana . HARRY R. CUSKEY. BEE, Hillsboro. West Virgirila ; President's List ( 2 ) ; Co-op Program (3) . F . C . DECKELMAN. BSEIE, Math Option. Chevy Chase. Maryland; Electronic Engineering Society; Audio Engineering Society, Chairman ; Math Club; Newman Club, Secretary; Student Council; TECHNICIAN Staff ; Intra-mural sports; Weightlifting Club ; President's List ( 2); PhysiCS Laboratory Instructor (5) ; Electronic Laboratory Assistant (1); Dormitory Counselor (7 ). LARRY LANE FLECK. BSElE. Math Option. Paulding. Ohio; . Sigma Phi Delta Fraternity, Historian. Rushing Chairlllan; Inter-Fraternity Council; Student Council. Vice President. Soci .. l Chairman; P resident and Vice Presi dent of Junior Class; Intra-mural sports; Varsity T ennis ( 4) ; Audio Engineering Society. JACK GAMMON, BSElE. Math O:>tion, Carmel. Indiana; Electronic Engineering Society; Sophomore Class Vice President; Student Council; Iota Tau K appa; President's List (11 ) . Honor Roll (4). JAMES E . GOTCH, BSEE, Indianaolis . Indiana; Male Chorus; Swim T eam. RUDOLF W . HELr.MOLD . BSCE. Bellerose, New York ; Associatbn of Civil Engineers; Flying Club. Publicity Officer; Society of American Military Engineers. President, Vice President. ROBERT R. HERGE. BSEIE. Malinta, Ohio ; Student Council. Treasurer; President's List (3). SELMER ROGER HOLM. BSME. Elgin, Iowa; Society of Automotive Engineers. (1) . Y. M . JRAIDA , BSME. Math Option. Dama scus, Syria; Association of Mechanical Engineers; Arab Student Club; Nations Urilted Club; Presid e nt's List (1); Intra-mural sports. DARWIN J . KING, BSEIE, Goshen, Indiana ; Kappa Sigma Phi fraternity, Sgt.-at-Arms, House Manager; Varsity Club; Varsity Baseball. HERBERT KLUG. BSEIE. New York JERRY LARRIVEE, BSMath, Windham, Maine; President's List ( 1) . GEORGE S. LEE, BSCE, Wolcott. Connecticut; Association of Civil Engineers, President. Vice -President; President路s List ( 2).

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WILLIAM R . COUSINS, BSElE , Kalamazoo . Michigan; President's List (5 ), Honor Roll (2). CARMON COUTINHO, BSME. Bombay, India; Newman Club; India Association, Secretary ; NUCLEUS Staff; President's List (4 ); Nations United Club; Intra-mural sports. Varsity fencing and soccer. CHAM S . CHOW. BSChE. San Fernando, Trinidad; Chemical Engineering Society. W ALTER ELLISON BSME, F ackso n . Michigan . HAROLD M . FANNING. BSEIE. BSEE. Fort Wayne, Indiana; Bowling Club; President's List (3). EDWARD F. GRECO. BSEIE. Math Option. Falls Church . Virginia . MOHAMED ALI HAFFAR, BSEE, BSEIE, Beirut. Lebanon; American Rocket SOCiety; Philosophy Club . President. ROLF FRANK HOLMES. BSAeE. BSMath . Blacksburg. Virginia; Math Club; Philoshophy Club; Intra-mural sports; President's List (6); Enginee ring Graphics Laboratory Assistant Instructor. PE Assi s tant Instructor (1). DELMAR H . HUENER. BSEE, Fort Way n e, Indiana . GRIFF LYNCH, JR. . BSME, Fort Wayne. I ndiana . STEPHEN E. MOTWAY. BSEIE. Math Option. Middletown, Pennsylvania; Sigma Phi Delta Fraternity. Pledgemaster. Secretary ; Intra-mural sports. CLINTON RAY SHOVE. BSME. Waterford. Connecticut.

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Ralph N. Binkley, BSME, Anderson , Indiana ; Iota Tau K appa F raternity; Society of Automotive Enginee rs; President's List (9), Honor Roll (7) ; Alpha Gamma Upsilon Scholastic Award.

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Automotive Engineers; Student Council, President (2 ) , Chairman of Rules, Academic, Building and Grounds Committees, Co-Chairman of Science Fair and Carnival, Chairman of Publicity; President's List (5) .

Charles D. Borden , BEE and Math Option, Needles, California ; F r esh man Class President; ' Secretary of Senior Class ; Stu dent Council, Vice President (2), Parliamentarian (4), Representative (6); Inter Fraternity Council (4); Intra - m ural spo r ts ; Student Conduct Committee; Al ph a Ga mma Upsilon Fra ternity , Corresponding Secretary (4), Vice President (1), President (1), Chairman of Execut ive Committee (2), Parlia mentarian (6), Social Chai r man (2), Assistant Editor of Beta Ba bble (4); Presiden t of Inter Club Council (2); President's List (1), H onor Roll (1); Assistant Editor of KEKlONGAN (2), Staff (4) . George W. Carrie, BSME, K eeseville, New York; Al pha Gamm a Upsilon Fraternity, Editor of Be ta Babble (2), Sgt .-at- Arms (2), Chairman of Ritual Committee (2), Suprem e Master (2); Society of

Neville K . Chung, BSCE, Kingston, Jamaica, West Indies ; Association of Civil Engineers, Secretary; Iota Tau Kappa , Vice President; Kekiongan Staff, Editor of Orgallization and Graduates; Varsity Fencing; Caswell Award ; Outstanding Freshman Award; President's List (9) , Honor Roll (9); Maharaih Award for th e Most Outstanding Student in the Civil Engineering D cpartment for 1960-1961. Phillip E . Holt, BSEIE, Math Option, Philadelphia, P ennsylvania; Editor-in-Chief of the NUCLEUS; Stud ent Council ; Junior Class President; Science Fair a nd Carnival Committee; Cystic 'F ibrosis Drive; Iota Ta u K appa Fra ternity , President; President's List (10), Honor Roll (5); Electronic Laboratory Assistant (3 ); Outstanding Electronic Engineering Student Award for 1960-1961.

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tive; Co-Chairman of Artist Cele brity Series; Presid ent of Freshman Class; Weightlifting Club; Flying Club; President's List (3); First Place in ASM f : Inter Collegiate Oratory Competition. James W. Shear er , BSChE, Fort Wayne, Indiana ; Chem ical Engineering Society, S ecreta ry and President; President's List (2); Chemical Engineering Laboratory Assistant (1); Maharajh Award for the Most OutStanding St udent in the Chemica l Engineering D epartment for 1960-1961. L arry Winslow, BSAeE, Clearfield, Pennsylvania; institute ot the Aerospace Scien ces; Kappa Sigma Phi Fraternity, Vice Pres ident, Spo rts Director; Student Council ; S enior Class Treasurer ; Iota Tau Kappa Fraternity ; Pres iden t's List (5), H on or Roll (5); Aeronautical Award for the Most Outstanding Studen t in the A erona u tical Engineer ing Department for 1960-1961.

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ENT COUNCIL The Student Council, as the official representative of the student body, serves as a liaison organization between the administration, the student body, and other colleges in matters relating to student activities. The Council is composed of a group of elected students dedicated to the duties and responsibilities of leadership and service .

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The Interfraternity Council is a cooperative organi. zation composed of seven fraternities at Tech. They are: Alpha Gamma Upsilon , Kappa Sigma Kappa, Kappa Sigma Phi, Kappa Alpha P si, Sigma Phi D elta, Phi Kappa Lambda and Theta Mu Pi. The I.F.C. is dedicated towards the coordination of fraternal activities as concerns the school and community. The Interfratemity Council is also the Judicial body which governs the standardization of the pledging program and minimum requirements for qualification to pledge a member fratemity , and promotes good interfratemity relationships.

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TECH WIVES CLUB

The purpose of the Iranian Student Club is to unite all students of Iranian descent who are

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The Association of Civil Engineers of Indiana Technical College is an organization of students and faculty from the Civil Engineering Department.

The club has one field trip each term, a mid-term party, a banquet in honor of all the seniors of the club, and an award given to the outstanding graduating senior each tenll.

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Mathematics is the universal language of Science

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CAL ASSOCIATION The Indiana Tech Electrical Association is an affiliate of the American Institute of Electrical Engineers. Membership is open to any student enrolled in the electrical or electronic departments. The purpose of the association is to promote new interests in electrical engineering and prepare the student for his profession by sponsoring field trips and informal discussions with professional men from industry. First row: left to right Del Hatfield, Tonis Paide, Thomas Noll, Dennis Reith, John Tymoczko, Paul R. Stebbins. Second row: left to right Peter Knapp, George J. Osipuv, Benny O. Cespedes, Ronald L . Dickerson, Gary D. Tyndall, Bernard J. Higgins. Third row: left to right Charles Brothers, Kirby E. Glazier, Robert B. Warnar, Harry H. Honeycutt, Roger W. Schooley.

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The purpose of the E.lectronic Engineering Society is to advance and stimulate interest in electronic engineering and its allied fields. The Society provides electronic engineering students with an opportunity to hear qualified speakers from industry, and to tour plants of companies engaged in the design and production of electronic equipment. First row: left to right -Farrell H . Dobbs, Jon M. Surprise, Robert R. Hubenthal, Balwin S . Ray, Dale Brown. Second row: left to right N. T. Torzyn, J . W. Gilmore, D . D. Deforest, R. A . Bussen, C. B . Lafoon, F. R. Troilo, D. T . Jacobson. Third row: left to right E. R. McIntyre, J. R. Grimm, L. L . Nix, C. J. Limrick, R. L . Grippo, F. J. Magyar, H. J. Vimislik, A. B. Huttula. Fourth row: left to right Howard Ackerman, Jack Updegraff, Harley Bailey, Robert 'Small, William Standberg, Leland Melugin, James Blue, M. G . Petersen, Pat Williams. Fifth row: left to right William Winters, D. J. Corkery, Charles Jewett, William Hill, Andre Pellerin, Gordon Bailey, David DeWoody, Billie Phillips, Lewis Erd. , •

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The Institute of Aeronautical Sciences is the representative society for engineers, designers, and technical specialists in a ll the sciences related to the design and development of airborne craft. Students member路路 ship provides the student engineer of scientist with broad opportunities to engage in activities associated with their future careers in aviation.

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Members of the Mechanical Engineering Club are local affiliates of the Fort Wayne Branch of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers, ASME. The objectives of the club are to advance, promote, and teach new phases of mechanical engineering. Programs include talks by experienced engineers, and field trips to industries in the Tri-State area.

Front row: left to right Richard W. Gasdorf, Vernon J. Snodgrass, Jay R. Kelchner, Jraida, Youssef M., Lee W. Benedict, Howard Vineyard, Howard Pratt. Back row: left to right:Cleo J. Quinn; Faculty Moderator, M. Nour Adra, Wing Y. Eng, Ed Sweet, Ron Zaucha, R. L. LaFollette, Nonnan Ferguson, Shawkat Ghumrawi, Charles Seelig . •

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The Society of Automotive Engineers is an affiliate of the National Society of Automotive Engineers, and is sponsor ed by the Mechanical Department. Mem bership is open to all engineering students who are interested in the advancement of the automotive industry and take an active interest in the latest developments as concerns manufacturing processes, new ptoducts and design techniques.

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First row: left to right Angelo Boscolo, Galen Horsch, Graydon Brewster, John W. Fairfield, Roger W. PowelL Second row: left to right Shahbazi F. Abulfazl, Allen A. Aden, Frederick V. Pfafman, .Joseph W. Cranmer; Faculty Moderator, Robert Valentine, Rudolf Hellmold; President.

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KEKIONGA The purpose of the Kekionga Amateur Radio Club of Indiana Technical College is to promote amateur r ad io activities through instruction and active participa ti on am ong interested students of the College. The a ailable facilities and equipment of the club also h elp to bring together students who have an interest in the practical application in communications.

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qualify for membership a person must be a student or faculty member of the college and must have a Federal C u mmunications C ommission License ranging from n ovice to advanced. Instruction for these licenses is provided by the qualified members to those who wish to take the examination for them .

First row: left to right Glen L . Bohnke, Tonis Paide, President, Dary l Waite, Melvin Ladisky. Second ri>w: left to right.Ronald Comitz , Sherman Zell, Leon Giannakeff, Herman Meyer, Alan H arp, William Jacobson.

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The I.T.C. Flying Club, largest and most active student body group, is composed of sixty members. The Club owns two planes, a Cessna 140, and a Cessna 120; both are hangared at Smith Field. Day and night, local and cross-country flights are made at the very slight expense to the members. The Club was formed to make flying possible for the students who own license, and qualified instruction possible for the students who wish to obtain a license at reasonable cost. The Club operation is solely supported by members' dues. First row: left to right B. L . Dow; Faculty Moderator, U. M. Tretter, L. B . Lines, York Fischer; President, J. E . Kelly, T. D. Callahan, St. Uhler. Second row: left to right Farrel Krall , Robert Valentin e, Dennis Bleser , Charles DeMarsh , Frank Patten, Ronald Partis, Lowell Bay es, Victor Mitrisin, Anastas Bandak, Ronald Claes. Third row: left to right Rudolf Hellmold, K enneth F errari , Frank Rockas, John Dixon, G. D . Brewster, R. R. Cunningham, Charles Wesley, R. O. Rohadfox . •

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The Physics Club has set as its goal the advancement and diffusion of knowledge of the science of physics and its application to human welfare. Notable lecturers in the field of Ph ysics are presented from time to time.

The club's laboratory provides facilities for experimental projects.

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The functions of the Arab Student Club are the dissemination of true and adequate information about the Arab people, the promotion of better understandlng and stronger ties with the American people, and the extension of help and guidance to Arab students at Indiana Technical College. Membership is open to all Arab students and all other students with an interest in the arab world.

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AllAN The primary function of the Hawaiian Club is mutual assistance during the course of the member s' undergraduate study. The club still had the distinction

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Mutual understanding, social and cultural relations among the Indian students and non-Indians at Indiana Tech . are the aims of the India Association. All Indian students are encouraged to keep in close contact by joining the Association.

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The Glee Club has taken part in all of the outstanding functions of the school and has also provided entertainment of various organizations throughout the city of Fort Wayne. All students are eligible· to become members.

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On September 15, 1956, the Pakistan Students' Association of America, Fort Wayne Chapter, was organized. The purpose of the organization is to create better understanding between

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First row: left to right Charles Saweikis, Jim Vesey, Jon Mart inse n , Gen e Ricci , Bob KIueger , Bill Stroup, Jim MacPherson . Second row: le[t to right George Gephart, Joe Cozzolino, Sid Baras ch, Bud Streeter , K ent Moore , Mike Flanigan, Ron Weaver. Third row: left to right Don Willis, Warren W ebster , Bill Kunst, Tony Stalta re, Dick Cunningham, Ray Sherely, Don Borden . Fourth row: left to right Veri Lima, York Fischer, Dave Wright, Frank Germano, Hap Headlough, C. B. Joy ner , J erry Salter, Russ Boger.

Beta Chapter of the Alpha Gamma Upsilon was accepted by Indiana Technical College in May, 1932the first fraternity installed in the College. The aim and purpose of Alpha Gamma Upsilon is summed up briefly in the following passage: "This fraternity shall be a secret fraternal organiza-

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Alpha Alpha Pi, first row, left to right Marsha Gephart, Dolores Bartus, Mary Broyles, Marilyn Ricci, Judy Rauner, Irene Allen, Starr Carrie, Second row:

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. Kappa Sigma Phi is a social fraternit y of college men dedicated to the promotion of Fellowship, Scholarship, and Sportsmanship. The purpose of this fraternity is to bring together, in close bonds, the brothers of this fraternity ; to assist one another while in school as well as in the business world. Kappa Sigma Phi fraternity has a standing membership of approximately forty active members each term. As the turnove r in membership is usually large because of the number of members graduating each term , several pledges are accepted for initiation into the fraternity each term.

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First row: left to right William Buyers, Remi Pierre Daigneault, Paul F . Apple, L ee F . Bernhardt; Faculty Moderator, Anthony Q . T estone; President, Gary J . Winterrowd, Peter J . Zegan. Second row: left to right Nour Adra, Daniel Lee, Henry Coldwell, Edwin H. Lorah Jr., Raymond Streeter, Richard J . Fletcher, Vincent Chimelis, Agustin Franco. Third row: left to right Thomas Turner, Farid Jadoon, Sherwood Francis, J im Smith, Rudolf Moehrbach, Anthony Thomas.

Originally organized at Indiana Technical College in January, 1957, Theta Mu Pi Fraternity, places special importance on three items: EQUALITY, UNDER STANDING, and UNlTY. A constructive pledge program with no h azing or degradation of any sort as well as special stress being placed on high scholarship as a requisite to a successful fraternity , are an integral part of the program. All members are accepted solely on their own individual worth , r egardless of race, color, or creed .

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Kappa Alpha Psi, a college fraternity now comprised of more than 200 undergraduate and alumni chapters on major campuses and in cities througho'.lt the coun. try , boasts a membership of over 20 ,000. It w as Iou:1ded in t h e school year of 1910-1911 on th e campus of Indiana University at Bloomingto n, Indiana. Its constitution is the law of an organization predicated upon , and dedicated to the principles of achievement through a democratic fraternity. Preparation of t h e coat-of-arms was completed during the summer of 1911 by three of the found ers who solicited the aid of a professor of Greek A rt at the Indiana University together with that of a professor of Greek at Concordia University . The second chapter of K appa Alpha Psi was chartered in 1913.

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First row: left to right Arthur Puccetti , William Gregg, Ronald H. Ingraham, Joseph S. Rosselli, Donald G. Leonard, Ascanio Negretti, William D . Clark, Richard Joslin, Anthony Puccetti. Second row: left to right Donald G. H enderson, Alumni, Robert J. Bey, L aITY Berringer , Larry Case, Tirre W. Fortney, Louis Treadway, K eith R. Francis, Don Sherwood, Bill Halpen, Tom Jones. Third row: left to right J ames McGiure, K ent Rohlof, Lany Drciband., Dick Kosiarek, Bob Kosiarek, Frank J edlishewski, Peter Dombrowski, Raymond Sulne, J on Stroup, Wayne Smith .

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First row: left to right Eddie Smart, William F erguson, A . C . Steinbach, Rev. F . E. Nugent, Joseph J . Zaleski , William C. Tay lor. Second row: left to right Ger ald Monti, Edward Byrn e. Andrew Tomko, Ronald Trah an , Terrau ce Hugh es, Ralp h Robert, Stephen Sanford. Third row: left to rightDon Rusciolelli, Robert Wise, Ronald Sterba, Royal Rutt, Tony Mucciardi , Bill Robb, J am es Scanlon, Steve Seplak .

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Phi Kappa Lambda offers a brothe rhood fra t erni ty for the C a tholic stud ents at Indi a n a T ech . Phi K a ppa was the n a m e selected b y the m emb ershi p to serve as the outwa rd sign of a n or ganization that en deavors to prom ote conduct con siste n t with good m orals, an active C ath olic faith , cr eates an atmosphere which w ill stim ulate s ubstantial intellectu al progress , and scholastic achievem ent, and to p r omote principles of fraternal loyalty throu gh b r oth er hood.

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First row: left to right R. Baillargeon, V. P. Jones, M. Teal, J. Doust. Second row: left to right T . J . Cassidy, D . Bach, G . Ridenour, M. Mars, President, D . Agler, R. Lee, J. Dierdes. Third row: left to right Edwin M. Good, Richard H einy, Jerome Widmer, V. J . K aulick, K . Kauffman, E. Constant, D . Emery, E. Stone, T . Paragian, J. J ereb. Fow¡th row: left to right R. F . Schrader, H . R. McSweyn, C . W. Wright, B . Y01l ng, J . F. Moore, D. Chem elewski, D. Paul, P. C. Colombo, R. Moss.

The p1lrpose of Sigma Phi Delta is to promote advancement of the engineering profession; to foster the advancement of engineering education; to instill a greater spirit of cooperation among engineering students and or ganizations; to inculcate in its members the highest ideals of good citizenship, christian manhood, obedience to law, and to brotherhood; and to encourage excellence in scholar ship. The fraternity was found ed at the University of Southern California in April, 1924. The membership totals nearly 4,000 engineers and engineering students.

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Phi Iota Alpha is a national Fraternity representing Latin American Students in the United States. It strives for a better union of all Latin American countries and for closer relations with the United States. In Indiana Technical College it is an important source of h elp for the Latin American students in learning the customs of the people of North America.

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First row: left to right John E. Raffoul, Ralph N. Binkley, Richard M. Rovnyak, David L. Babcock, J. J. Corkery, Neville K. Chung. Second row: left to right Donald J. Snyder, Carl M. Powe, Thomas, DeBoer, Rudolf E. Moehrback, William S . Hill.

I Iota Tau Kappa is an honor ary engineering fraternity whose name symbolizes Industry (Iota), Thrift (Tau), and Knowledge (Kappa). The chief objective of this organization is to promote and to inculcate high ideas and attitudes of scholarship among the members of the student body of Indiana T echnical C ollege. In order to becom e a member of Iota Tau K appa, an engineering student must have a grade-point average of 3.5 or more for four terms, not necessarily consecutive terlIls. At least sixteen college credit hours shall comprise each of these fo ur terms.

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The Alpha Omega Tau social fraternity became a part of Indiana Technical College in January 1957. The purpose of this fraternity is to promote fellowship , social, scholastic, and recreational activities for its members. The entire membership is looking forward in the next year to foruling its first affiliated chapter which will consist of De Molay members.

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ASKETBALL The first year at Indiana Tech for coach B ob Macy will prove to be one of his hardest years at the helm of the basketball squad. Graduation took its toll of last year's very su ccessful squad so "graying" Bob had to rebuild a new nucleu s with inexperienced freshmen and sophomores. Although the 14 and 12 won and lost record wasn't truly indicative of the type of ball the squad could play, each man on the team worked with Bob as a unit. We are all looking forwa rd to the great season that is expected of this squad next year. T ech, playing in the Mid-Central Conference, had Hunington tie them for first place. Honors were bes towed upon two T ech warriors by the Mid-Central Conference L eague. Skip Cloys and Dave Carroll were select ed for the first and second conference teams, r espectively. •

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Soccer, perhaps the fastest growing sport at Tech demands a great amount of team work and skill. Coach Robert Leffers' expert guidance has developed the teamwork, brought the skill, and has successfully molded Tech into a strong contender in intercollegiate soccer. The past season saw Tech compile an eight won , one loss, and one tie record against outstanding competition which included the University of Chicago and Michigan State University. The future season will see Tech go into even stiffer competition as they take on the University of St. Louis, the current NCAA champions. I 18

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GERALD STANKIEW1CZ, BSME, Saginaw , Michigan; Newman Club, Vice Preside n t; President's List (3 ); Bowling Club, Intra - mural sports. JAll,JES F . STUMPF , BSEE, Brooklyn, New York ; Newman Club. NELSON WENRICK, BSChE, Medway, Ohio; K appa Sigma Kappa Frate rnity, House Manager, Treasurer; Varsity B aseball (3 years) . ROBERT WOO, BSME, Los Angeles, California; Hawaiian Club, Treasure r; R ifl e Club ; Intra -mura l sports.

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JURGIS BALCIUNAS, BSME, Strasburg, Ohio; Institute of Aerospace Sciences; President's List (1) . INDER BHARGAVA, BSChE, BSMetE, Rajasthan, India ; Pres ident's List ( 1 ). ROBERT K . BROWN, BSPhysics, Carlsbad, California. CLAUDE BRADFORD, BSAeE, Math Option, St. Joseph, Missouri; Institute of Aerospace Sciences, Treasurer; President's List (3); American Rocket Society. CHUNG- MO CHAN, BSElE, Hong K ong. WILLIAM HENRY CALDWf:J ,r., BSCE , F oster, Ohio; Theta Mu P i Fraternity. JAMES HERZOG, BSAeE, Fort Wayne, Indiana; Institute of Aerospace Sciences. AHMAD A . JUMAIDEH, BSCE, Springfield, Illinois. JERRY D . HOOPINGARNER, BSAeE, Ossian, Indiana; Institute of Aerospace Sciences; Bowling Club . LAWRENCE R . HUTKER, BSME, Decatur, Ind iana . JON N . MARTINSEN, BSCE, BSME, Niles, Michigan; Association of Civil Engineers ; Society of Automotive Engineers ; Alpha Gamma Upsilon Fra ternity, President; Student Council : Presid ent of Senior Class; SAE Speech Award. CARMELO MEZZOLLA, BSElE, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil . JOSEPH FLOYD MOORE, BSElE, P ayne, Oh io; Audio Engineering Society; VarSity Club; Sigma Phi D elta Fraternity, Professional Program D irector; TECHNICIAN S taff ( 1). JOHN ORLANDI, BSME, Flushing, New York. T . E . NORIEGA, BSEE, B arstow, California . THOMAS NOLLER. BSME, Montpelier, Indiana; Sihl er Hall , Secretary, T reasurer; Kapa Sigma Kappa Fraternity; Intramural sports; President's List ( 1). MICHAEL J. PFISTER, BSME, Huntington, Indiana; Newman Club; Association of Civil Engineers; Freshman Class Secretary, Treasurer; President's List ( 1); Intra-mural sports. MARDI H. SAIFI, BSCE, Nahlus, J ordan; Association of Civil Engineers; Arab Students Club, Vice President; Foreign Students Club, President; Philosphy Club ; Nations 'United Club, Vice President. RONALD E . SMALL, BSME, P ortland, Maine. LLOYD DEORGE SUBRATIE, BSCE, Spanish Town, J amaica; Association of Civil Engineers; President's List ( 4 ), Honor Roll (1); Nations United Club.

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GENNRO CANGIANO, BSEE, Bergenfield, New J ersey: Pres ident's List (4). Honor Roll (1) . DAVID COBB, BSCE Humboldt, Illinois : Association of Civil Engineers: President's List (3 ). WILLIAM E. DAVIS, BSElE. Math Option, Fort Wayne, Indiana; Electronic Engineering Society; Alpha Omega Tau Fraternity, Vice President, Treasurer: Caswell Engineering Drawing Award . RONALD L . DICKf:RSON. BSEE, Adrian, Michiga n: American Institute of Electrical Engineers: Kappa Sigma Phi Fra ternity: Student Council; President's List (5). KIRBY E. GLAZIER, BSEE, Lewistown, Pennsylvania: American Institute of Electrical Engineers ; Kappa Sigma Phi Fraternity; In tra - mural sports: President's List (4 ). NAT HANANO , BSME, BSChE, Al eppo, Syria: Society of Chemical Engineers: Society of Mechanical Engineer s ; Varsi ty Soccer . MICHAEL KATOVICH. BSElE , Baltimore, Maryland; Sigma Phi Delta Fraternity; Intra - mural sports: Pres ident's List ( 2) .

JUNG OCK LEE, BSME, Seoul, Korea . SAMUEL P . LEW1S, BSME, Fort Wayne, Indiana; Varsity Basketball (4 years); President's List (8) . DONALD McCARTHY. BSEE, F ort Wayne, Indiana; American Institute of Electrical Engineers. JOHN B . MOORE, BSChE, New Haven. Indiana: Chemical Engineering Society. ROBERT H . MOZZER. Manchester, Connecticut. RUPERT E . PENNER , BSElE, Dinuba, California : Electronic Engineering Society. DENNIS REITH , BSEE, BSElE , Fort Wayne, Indiana; American Institute of El ectr ical Engineers , Cha irman, Vice Chaillllan; AlEE Technical Paper Award, First Prize ( May 1961) ROYAL ASHER RUTT. BSChE, Pate rson, New J ersey; Phi Kappa Lambda Fraternity ; Chemical Engineering Society. WESLEY SHOE. BSEE, Fort Wayne, Indiana; President's List (1). ROBERT A . SMITH, BSChem , Manitoba, Canada; Association of Ch e mical Engineers. VERNON J . SNODGRASS, BSME, Blue Creek, Ohio ; Mechanical Enginee ring Club , PreSident; B owling Club . GEORGE TALARO , BSElE. Honkaa, Hawaii ; Hawaiian Club . ROGER K . WILSON, BSElE, Claypool, India n a; Ka ppa Sigma Kappa Fraternity ; Presid e nt's List ( 1). CARROL C. WYNTER, BSCE, Kingston, Jama ica, Association of Civil Engineers ; Presid e nt's List ( 4). Honor Roll (3) ,

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