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Schedule of Miners 1934 Football Games Pittshurgh, Kans. Teachers 18

Miners 6

Arkansas Tech.

6

Miners 0

Kirksville T eachers

19

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McKendree College

20

Miners 6

Arkansas University

20

Miners 0

St. Louis University

25

Miners 0

Remaining Games Nov. 16th Springfield Teachers at Springfield, Mo. Nov. 23rd Maryville Teachers at Rolla.

Volume Nin e

Novemher 10th, 1934.


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ALU MNUS NOVEMBER 10, 1934.

F. E. R. A. On The Campus

Many Grads Visit Rolla

Eighteen MSM gr aduates and form er students are at present employed on th e campu s of th e School of Min es a s part of the F ed eral Emergen cy R elief Admini stra tion progTam of reli ef empl oyment for p eopl e of th e white-collar t:-pe. These m en are engaged on work that will be of dir ect benefit either to th e school or to societ y a s a whole. In th e Burea u of Min es, workin g und er th e direction of MI'. vVm . H. Coghill, Super,ising En gineer of .th e Mi ssissillpi V a ll e ~' Experiment Sta tion , a r e the follow ing m en: n. A . D obson '34, 'W ilmnr Duen ck el '32, '''iT. F . Gaddi s '34, E . W. Gi esek e '33. G. H. Gilli s '34. A. H. H esse '33, Wm. H. L enj\ '33, E. W. McClure '33, a nel R. A. Tiem a nn '34. In addition to thi s \york, Gadeli s, Gi esek e, Gillis, H esse, and Lenz a r e doin g r esearch work in th e D epartmen t of Metallurgy. Und er Professor Butler . C. H. B earcl sley '33, and H. O. H enri ck son '34. a r e workin g on a hi ghn'ay SUl'\' ey of Phelps and adjoining counties, th e wo r k l, eing don e in cooperation with th e Missol1l'i State Hi ghn- ay D epa rtment. Und er Professo r F r a m e, J. D. Ma r t in '33, is makin g a s tud~' of th e aco u sti cs in th e auditorium wi t h a vi ew t o impro\'em ent, nnd G. '''iT. Dougla s '30, i s studyin g th e illuminati on of campn s buildings . K. A. All ebach ' _8, un der th e direction of D r. ?lI;liienbul'g, is engaged in t he stud y of prospectin g meth od s in Missouri. Dr. Schrenk ha s three m en a s;:;ign ed to him: FJ. O. Hoeman '30, E. C. Meckfessel '31, and tmtil recently R. L . Cunningham '34. Th ese m en a r e enga ged in th e ch emi ca l a nalys is of cor e drillin gs fr om d eep wells in Missouri , t h e s tud~' being ca rried on in coope ration wi t h th e Missouri Geological S Ul'\·ey. Mr. Cunnin gham h as r ecently r esign ed this work to a ccept e mplo~'m e nt a s a ch emist with th e Golel Dust Corporation in St. Louis . U nder Prof esso r D odd , Rober t C. 'Veigel '34, i s en ga ged in th e s tudy of a ce r a mic problem fo r the Am erican Society for T es ting Material s. Adri a n Farnh a m, ex '36, und er th e directi on of Dr. :M ann, is en ga ged in th e study of engin ee rin g aptitud e m ea s urem en t tests.

Alumni Association Holds Annual Banquet Saturday Evening at Sinclair T erminal

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Coach es Grnnt and Brown have com e t o th e con clusion that all Engin eer s shou ld be able to swim . E ac h and every Freshman from this year on will he r equired to pass a swimmin g tes t which is th e sam e as that given by th e Am erican Nati on a l R ed Cross. If h e fail s t o pass this test h e mu st mak e a second a ttempt, and if t h er e is a g r eat number who f ail to pass thi s tes t, th er e wi ll be swimming classes f or th eir benefit. These lesson s will be g h-en in place of the Physical Educa tion cla sses. 'l'h e purpose of th ese lessons will be t o tea ch stuci ents h ow t o swim. n ot onl y f or pa SSin g th e test, but f or th eir o\",n ben efit durin g life. 'l'h e tes t w hich will be g iven is compo sed of six events, which a r e list ed below: 1. S wim 100 yd s. fr ee ·t~- le . 2. S wim 50 f t. on back. 3. B e a ble t o d em on str a te hrea st strok e. si<l e strok e. and and t h e cra\\,!. -Mine1·. 4. 'l' reacl water f or on e minute.

The Alumni Associa tion ga ve a ba nqu et a t th e Pierce P enn ant Saturda y ni ght, Oct. 13, a t 6 :30. It w as a very s uccessful on e, a nel m an y of th e old gr a el s wer e present. P il t Cummin s, '05, presid en t of th e Alumni Ass ociation , ilcted a s toastm aster. Prof . C. Y . Cl a:rton , '13, treasurer of th e Alumni ASSOCia tion , ga ve a trea surer 's r ep ort. Ma n y in ter es tin g t illk s wer e given by t h e gr a d s, after I1nsin ess h a d been tak en ca r e of . B. Gr oss, '33, gave an inter estin o ' ta lk on t h e R ecen t Gra du a te. O. C. Sh a w, '18, \'\'h o r epr esented th c T ulsa section , gav e a talk on th e acU\'iti es of t hat secti on. Prof. M. H . Thornberry , '13, gaye a n inter estin g til lk on th e Alumni Activities. L . H. Goldm a n did n ot talk on an ,)' specia l s ubj ec t , but in stead h e told m a ny funn y jokes a nd m a d e wise-cr ack s. B en Nichols, '19, a l so ga \' e a t alk. Those p r esent at t h e H om ecomin g Alumni Ba nquet w er e : K a rl A. Alleba ch , '27; C. E. B a rd sley, '20 ; M. N . D e D ell, '2:2 ; J. C. BeJ'kenbosch , '32: R.. A. R ctr am . ':12 ; H . C. Bolun, '29; A. B oyle, '25 ; J. B. Butler, '22; A. L. Cairn s, '21; C. Y. Clayton , '13; T ons tmil ster a nd Presicl ent Pat Cummin s, '03; R. L. C ummin s, ex-'34 ; IV. E . D a vi s, '30 ; G. R. D ea n , '9J; H . IV. D oenn eck e, '18; W. C. DUl'J1ing, '18. E rwin Gam.meter , '26; W a lter Ga mmeter , '15; L. E . Garrett, '01 ; O. C. Ga r st, '33; D. A. Gibson , '23; E. S. Gladden, '28; L. H. Goldmall , '18; Osca r Gotsch , '18; B. Gross, '33; Neal Ham, '23; H. R.. H a n ley, '01; Fritz H assler , '31 ; S. M. H ayes, '22; V. B . Hin ch , '09 ; E. C. H oc kman , '30 ; F. W. H oer tel , '29 ; K . 'V. K aveler , '30; K. K er shn er , '20; H. A. I{luge, ' 17 ; W. F. L ottma n, '19 ; E. L . McR eyn olds, '34; W. B . Mix, '08; C. J. Murph y, '34; i\I. F . Ml1l'ph y, '31: B en Nichols, '19; H. P en ce, '23; A. A. P e ug net , ' ~7 ; H. R.. P ower s, '23 ; W. C. lUch a rcl s, '07 ; W . K. Sch weickh a rclt, '28; J . W . Scott, '87; i\I. W. Sha nfeld, '18; J. ,V . S teinmesch , '06; O. E. Ston er, '18; M. E . Suhre, '31; H . D . Th oma s, '28 ; M. H. ThOl'J1berry, '12 ; J. H. Tobin, '34 ; R.. T. W a de, '31 ; D. F . W a lsh , '23; R.. C. W eigel, '34 ; ,V. '''iT. W eigel , '20 ; E . J. W end ell , '23 ; A. J . Willia m s, '32 ; W . C. Zeu ch , '18; McR eyn old s, '34; K ew, '34; Wilhite and wife, '30 ; Krau se, '32 ; Kirkpatrick, '30.- Min e7'.

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A. 1. M. M. E. Dr. H enry A. Buehler ('l'h e Chief ) S tnte Geologi st of M isso uri , i s th e ch oice of t h e ofEi cia l Nomin a tin g Committee. C lycle ,Vi II ifl Jl1 S, ch a irman to h ea d th e Am eri ca n In stitute of Minin g a nd Meta llurgica l E ngineer s in 1935. Dr. E. A. Stephenso n, Professo r of P etroleum E ngineerin g, atten el ed the 'I' ul sa m ee tin g of the P etr ole um Di,i sion of th e Am eri ca n In ~ t it u te of i\lining & Met nllurg;i cnl En gi n ee rs. D r. Stepb en so n deli I'er ed a pa pe r-"Some Fa ctors " 'hich Infi ne)l ce Id eal Operntin g presSllre,"


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MSM ALUMNUS I ssued quarterly, in the inte rest of the graduates and form er students of th e School of Mines and Meta llurgy. S ubscription price 50 cents, in cluded in Alumni du es. E nter ed as second-clnss matter October 7, 1926, a t Post Office at R olla, Missouri, und er the Act of l\fa r ch 3, 1879. Officers of the Association R. P. Cummin s, '05 .... ... ..... .. .. .. .. .. .. ....... .... ... .... .... .... ..... ...President B. F. Murphy, '10 .. .. ........ .. .. .. .. ...... ... ... ........... ......... Vice-President

Chas. Y. Clayton, '13 ....................... ... .. ...... ..... .. .............. Treasurer K. K. K er shner , '20 ............. .. .............. .. .... .... ....... ....... ..... Sec r etary M. H . Thornberry, '12 ...... .. ........ ....................... ... ......... ... R ecord er

Ca rl G. Stifel, A. D. Terrell, M. M. Valerius, R. S . Webster, Vance H. Webster , P aul Cook , ViT. A. Coffman. 'l'he purpose of the m agazine, of co urse. is to k eep contacts between th e member s, nnd between the member a ncl the officer s h er e on the campus . Ther e is a conside r a ble a m ount of cooper a ti on , but it is la cking to some extent as evidenced by th e long list of LOST MEMBERS which appear s on a n oth er page of this issue. The members of th e Executive Commi tt.ee ea rn estly r equest better cooper ation in a ll ways possible. Contributed articles would incr ease th e attractiyeness of this paper. Articles n eed n ot be scientifi c n or n eed they be of any gr eat len gth . The Alumni hav e a lways been the life of the institution. Continued cooper ation in this r espect is n ecessa ry, as evidenced by t.he enrollment figures which appear in this issue.

It is the Alumni who hav e k ept up the enrollment.

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Lieut. W alter H odge N ew Instructor H ere

Associate Editors

V. B . Hinsch , '09 1\1. H. Thornberry, '12 C. E. Bardsley, '20 W . C. Zeuch, '18 H. E . Ahrens, '28 K . K. K ershn er, '20 R ex Williams, '31

Lieut. Walter Hod ge, the n ew in s tructor in Military Scien ce and Tacti cs, is a fir st Lieutenant in th e U. S. Army Engineering Corps . H e is a gra du ate of West Point, Corn ell University, and the Arm y Engineering School at Fort Humphrey, Va. H e was formerly with t h e E ighth Batta l ion E n gi neerin g Corps, stationed at Laredo, T ex., to m a ke a topogr aphi ca l survey of th e territory a lon g the Mexican bord er. He h as also been sta tion ed in Alaska for t wo yea r s as a m ember of th e board of roa d commissioner s .-1I1'i ne1's.

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This issu e is Volume 9, No. 1, which indicates that you ha'l'e been r eceivin g this magazin e for the past eight year s. It is admitted that (lu r ing the past f e w year;:; t h e nUUlbers h aye not appea r ed r egul arly. There a r e certain r eason s for t his irregula rity, a mong which are seemin g lack of interest on th e part of t h e Alumni, a nd lack of funds. During the past yea r Noyember 1933 to November 1934, a number of Alumni have made financial contributions to the association. The amount contributed per person has \'ari ed between one d ollar ancl six doll a r s. Th e fo llowing is a complet e list for the past year: B. Nudelman, H . vI'. Doenn eck e, J ames L. H ead , 'V. R. l\lays, M. L. Terry, R ex Monroe, R. iV. Hunt, Dyke ViTilson, B . F. Murphy, S. A. Lynch, E. A. McAuliffe, R. T. Rolufs, L. E. Young, H. F. Hud son , J. L. Greg-g-, C. A. Budick, C. H. J ennings, Geo. H. Zeller , Leo B ou ch er , J. P . Gill, Thorpe Dresser , H. Bierman , E. M. J ohn son , A. P. Green, Jr., F. E. Townsend, F . G. W ilson , C. W. Hall, Bruce Williams, Duncan Smith, E . R. Needles, E . T . Harvey, Albert P a rk, H. K. Sh erry, H. Smith Clark, Wm. H. Metzger , F. A. H a rri son, vI'. H. Lohman, Chas. M. Schnaidt, Roht. E. D ye, E . J. '''endell, J ohn N. ' ;Vebster, H enry L. Gray, Robt. G. Lan geh enni g, H. B. i~T y ri c k, George Mu sson , J. D. Harlan, C. C. Bland , 1. L. Thompson , Wm. D urning-, F . M. Th or oughman, Chas. G. Bueter, '1'. O. Sieberling, H enry W. Meyer. When on e considers the numb er of gr ad uates, this in indeed a sm a ll number. Howeyer sma ll t h e list, the cooperation of the men whose names appear is deeply appreciated by the Treas urer. In addition to these con t ri bution s, of course t h ere is a certain amount of income from t h e du es of Life Member s, numberin g thi rty-nin e ($1905.00), a nd li sted in our r ecords as follows:J. C. Barton , .Tohn S. Brown , Wm. M. Claypool, J. C. Compton, R. A. Com'ads, T. Grant Cook e, Durward Copeland , Kurt H. DeCou sser , A. 1. D' Ar cy, Roy H. DeWaters, Emilio Diaz, Edward P. Dwyer, Geo rge A. Easley, J. M. F orgotson , S. Shann on F rame, John A. Garcia, James Grego r y, Barry A. Grin e, F. R. Bala se ~', B. E. Bammer, Lynn Harbison , Ch as. Hoyle, D. C. Ja ckling, 1. W . K eyes, D. M. Klin e, R. J. Lapee, M. S. Mazany, J . C. Mill er, J . A. Mu r phy, J. H. G. R eilly, C. G. Seife r t, Leo E. Shire,

Geographic Distribution of Students September Alabama Arkan sas California Colora do Georgia Hawaii Illinois Indiana Iowa Kan sas K entucky Massachusetts Minnesota Mississippi Montana Nebrask a New J er sey Nevada New Mexico New York North Dakota Ohio Oklahoma Pennsylvania Tennessee Texas Vermont Virginia WaShington 'Viscon sin Wyoming FORE IG N: New Zeala nd MISSOURI TOTALS

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Metallurgy and Mechanical Engineering Make Trip to Chicago District

J. Harrod '35 Und er th e supenision of Pl'ofe~s ol' Clayton , ten m echan icals a nd nin e m eta llurgi s ts left Roll a , Frida:v, September 21st, for a ten-da:v tou r of in spection of th e Chicago Field. The fir st t\yO da ys wer e all oted to th e Fair. especia l a tten tion bein g I!:iyen to th e exhibits of th e Gen eral Motors, Chn-sler. and The Ford CompAni es . Iu th e I-Iall of Scien ce the party spli t up and visited a round as per th e likes and di slikes of small groups. Man~' of th e stud ents hov ered fo r some tim e around th e Geometn- Exhibit; bulg in g e:ves ancl parted lips charact erized th e aver age s tud ent' s exp r ession. On Monday th e ]l a rt~· r e portecl to th e offices of th e Internati onal Lead C ompan~' r efin ery at East Chicago, wh ere, throu~h th e courtesy of Mr. G. E . .Johnson, M. S. M. '16, Supt .. a group of compfl ny engin ee rs m et th em and concluct€ cl th e part:v thr o u ~'h th e n lriou s sec tion s of th e r e fin er:v .and electrolyti c \Yhite-lead pla nt. Andrew D ever eux, '24. Met.. a ccompaniecl th e part~- a s on e of th e compa n y men. Tuesday "a s spent a t t h e Son t h ,York s of t h e Illin ois Steel Company. Leo Sch a piro. '24. in charf" e of m etnllurgica l ·control. directed th e plnnt tonI' in com p an~' \"ith R. A. Ballinger. '24. and M~' r o n Thomfl S. '29. hot h of wh om are emp l o ~' ed in the m e tallurg~7 divi sion. In asmu ch a s the p lant w as opera t ing on onl y a t"ent:v p er cent. capacity basis. several of th e unit s wer e n ot visit ed. H owever , th e oper fltion of induction a nd a r c fnl'l1 f!ces wa s carefnll :v obsen-ed. Th e main f eature of th e plant in th e mind s of the m echanical s wa s th e lin e-np of th e ~ix lflrge. horizonta l gas engin es. each r a ted ilt 6000 hp. Wedn esdfl Y was s p ent at th e Wi scon sin Steel ,Yorks \"h er e t h e pa rt:v. nnd er the guid an ce of Ro~- Linclg r en . '23. A;:st. Supt . of Blfl st Furnaces, ,,-atch ed th e t appin g of fl m ode rn blfl st furna ce, the blow of a com ·erter. a nd th e t a pping of a h ea t f r om a n open h earth. Thursd a y mornin g- th e stud en ts ,i si ted th e plant of th e D a lla s Bra ss Co mp a n~- "'h er e th e cas tin g, forging. and fini sh fabri cati on of variou s small pflrts wer e bein g cDrri ed ont \Tith s peed and precision. In th e afternoon a rath er ex tend ed t om " 'as mflde through some of the man~' d ep a rtm ents of th e H a w t h orn e plant of th e VlTestern Electric Company. VlT. E. R emmer s, ' 23, a nd J. Walter Scott, '19. m et a llurgicnl en gin eer s f or th e company, took -chflrge of th e party a nd p,'a ye th e boys il ver :v pl efl sa nt afternoon. On Fridfl:V. t h e Am eri ca n Mangan ese Steel Compan:v nnd th e Colu mbi a T ool Steel Comoan:l' . both in Chicago H eight s. \,er e yi sited. I-laving seen " tonn age steel" produced at oth er plan ts. it Wfl S , er y inter estin g t o \" itn ess th e ,.mall-sca le " quilli t~· · ' proclu ction at t h ese t wo pla n ts. :\Ios t of th e pa rt,l' r etul'll ecl t o R olla . S unda:v. th e 30th. All hnd a mo st enj oya hle find instructiv e t im e of it . Consider a ble thank s are clue th e va riou s Compani es, especi al thank s t o our gr a du fltes in t h e di strict wh o ITen t out of th eir \ya~' to make our stay su ch a success. ">+¢

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M. S. i\J. \Ta S \'vell r epresen ted a t th e sixteenth annual of th e Am el'i cfln Zin c In stitute, whi ch was h eld in St. Louis on April 30t h a nd i\Ia y 1st. Amon g th ose present wer e : A. D. T errell. '98. Assis tant t o th e President, Nationa l Zin c Co mpan~' , B a r t lesyilJ e. Oklahomfl ; '\"m. H . Gill, '03, Superintend en t, Nation a l Zin c Company, Bart lesville, Okla homa ; E. i\L .John son , '92, Gen er al Superintend ent, E a2'le-Pich er L ea (l Compa n y . H em·,1-e tta . Oklah om a: Raymo'nel F. Orr. '25, Athletic ~1ining & Smelting Compan y, Fort Smith. Ark a nsa s : F. S. Elfreel, '17, President, EvansWallow er Compan,l', E as t St. L oui s, Illinoi s : .J. R. Orensh a w , ex '19. Gen er a l Supe rintend ent of Plants, EaglePicher Lead Compan,l1, Cin cinnati. Ohio ; W. M. W eigel, '00, Missouri-Pacific Rnilwa,l' Company. St. Loui s, Mo. ; Will H. Coghill of th e Bureau of Min es, Rolla: and Professor s Clayton and Hanl ey of th e D epartment of Meta llurgy a nd Ore Dressing.

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Homecoming Ball Is Well Attended Although th eir spirits wer e SOmeIYh fl t dampen ed h~r th e d efeat th e Miners suffer ed in th e Hom ecomin g gflm e with McK endree, the old gr a d s tUl'll ed out in st~' l e fo r th e Homecoming BalL There wa s quite au influx of out-ot-t own dates who swelled th e cr owd to f a r exceed that o f la st ,1' ea r' s Homecoming. The music wa s furni sh ed hy ,Vfllter \V ood flnd hi s 12 pi ece orch estra from St, Loui s. ' Th e f eature of th e c venin g wa s th e performan ce on partl:v fill ed Coca-Colfl bottl e. . Anoth er feature addin g much to th e enj oym en t \Yll S t he piccolo t ri o. On e dan ce w as r eserv ed for gradu a tes onl.\'. and it Wfl S inter esting to obsene just how man~7 hfld journ eyed f ar a nd wid e to a ttend Homecoming. Most of th e fl lumni we re those who graduated last year. but th er e w as II goodl y number from years back. Alumni, stud ents and gu ests fl like, left th e dance with th a t tired, satisfi ed f eelin .g. " o IY i n ~ to com e ba ck u ext year t o bigger ancl better thin gs.-ll[ine1'. ....-0

T. H. Cutler Speaks Here On Road Work Mr. T. H. Cutl er . Chi ef Engineer of th e :lI:;:;somi Hi g h\\'a,l' D epartment, ga ve th e second lecture in fl se ri es on I-Iigb\Ta~' Constrncti on. Tuesda y aftel'll oo n. Sep t . 25. Mr. Cutler talk ed more or less informally a hout th e hi st on ' of Mi ssouri's r oad progr am , th e creation a nd o r p;ani zfltion of th e Hi ghway D epartment. and the m eth od s u sed in planning a nd c arr~' in g ont a program. Mr. Cutler's desc ription fln cl explanati on of t h e \y ork of th e D epartment wa s clear. a nd hi s comm ent s we r e en lightenin g. Question s pu t t o th e speaker hy t h e stud en ts wer e a n s\y er ed t o th e inter es t of all present.- JIiner . ~

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Rock Collection Is Presented To M. S. M. The D epartment of Geolog,l' and 1\Iin e r u l og ~' of th e Sch ool of Min es and M e tallul'g~- of the Uni\' e r s it~' of Mi sso uri ha s been tb e r eCipient of a large collection of r ocl;s flnd minerals, comprising th e per sonal collection of Hfll'l'Y G. Davi s, of Clay ton , Mo. 'l'hi s collection wa s obtflin ecl throU>!'h t he efforts of on e of th e r ecent alumni. Alb ert E. P essin (1932 ) and Dr. O. R. Gra we. The collection is mad e up of n early one thou sand specimen s of r ock s. m in er a ls. an d or es fr om m a n~7 of t h e importa nt minin g loca lities of th e \y orld , a nd includes a number of rare min erals. 1\11'. Da ,i s has been fin fl nciall y inter ested in a la r ge num be r of minin g compani es a nd in t hi s \ya y became deeply inter ested in minerals, th eir m ode of OCCUl'an ce, Significan ce, and economi c va lue. The Mil1 eralo g ~' D epartment h as been a t work fo r three w eek s cleanin g. labelin g a nd incorporu t in g thi s collection with i ts o\yn. At present only a Yen ' sm a ll porti on of t he collection is on di spla y, bu t a dditi onal specim en s will be· di spla yed as soon as tim e and fund s permit working 0 \7el" of th e present mu seum coll ection . The D epartment of Geolog:v and Min er a logy i s deeply g rateful to MI'. Davis for his valu a ble and u seful gifL -Min e1'.

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Twelve Pledged To Theta Tau Thursday Thet a 'l'au . nati onal en gineering frate l'l1it~7 , h eld i ts m ee ting in th e club r oom last Thursday, a nd the f ollowing p ledges w er e ann ounced: G. Nolde, D. Dutton , J ohn s Hubba rd , R . L . Fisher, .J. C. Turk, F. A. Sch\cvab, W. G. Graff, G. 0, Nations, D. F. McCal'l'on, L. W, H oltm an, G. H. Bru enin g and W. H . Schwalbel't. It was decided that initiation should be h eld Nov. 7, followed by a banq uet in honor of th e initiates, and th e Theta Tau dance is to be h eld Nov. 10 at t h e P ennflnt Tavern .


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Campus Politics

M, U. Head Quits Post

La st :'Ii o nd n ~" e l"enin g t he Independ ent s, S igm a K u' s aud Pi K A's h elel n j oint meetin g in t h e Chemi stry Building fo r th e purpose of nom ina ti ng ti cket s f or the co min g cla 's elect ion", T h e seni or s of t hese g r oups no minateel lc\, p, K oo pman f or presid ent, ,V, 0, Nel'l for I'ice-presid ent, G" H. Bruenin g fo r scc r etnry a ne] R J. Kn oll fo r treas urer. Th e juni o rs ch ose to ha ck B. E" P eehles fo r pres ident, G, O. Na t ion" fo r Yice-p r esic1 en t, R ohe r t Pran ge fo r secr eta n ", fl nc1 'Yilli fl Ul Schll' a lbert fo r t r ea surer. Th e soph o mo res selec ted R C, Lange as ca ndid ate fo r presid ent, J. E. P ete r" fo r 'd ce-pres iden t. F. C, A ppl e ~" fll'el f or sec r etm,\, flIlt] " -illi a m Bnsch fo r t r easure r. Th e in (le]l('nel ent Fres hm en h eld fl meeting last F riel fl,l', Oct. ]0, at -1 o'clock , in the Chemi st n " Bu ildi ng, in o rd er to n om in ate oflice r s f or t heir ba llot at t h e comiu g elec tion. 'l' lH' m ee ting Il'a :' co ndu cted b~- an upper classman in ord er to he lp th em get off to a good beg innin g, Pract i ca ll~' fl ll of th e Jnd epenc1ent, S igmn Ku a nd Pi Knppa Alph a F r es hm cn wer e prese nt a nd th er e Iya s p len ty of en t hu sia s m in th e g ro up. Se \'e r a l men ",'er e nom infl teel fo r eac h otlke a ne] t h e bn ll ot in ~ IT;) S close so t h at sel'e r a l ba ll ots hflcl t o be cast bef o re th e m en wer e e]ecteel. Th e fo llowing wer e n omin a ted fo r offi ces of th e F r c" h mfl n cla ss : Presicl ent. J. H . Murphy; Yi ce-presiden t, H. Ha ll a r d: sec r eta n", J. C. :'Iioo r e, a nd t r eaS urer, :'II. E. Nickel.- J linel'.

President Walter Williams Resigns To T ake O ver Journalism School Deanship

f.;o me t im e n m o'"e wa s sta r tecl by sel'eral g r onps on th e cn mpll s towarcl a m or e peacE'ful con di t ion in ca mplls po lit ic" . Nom el\"lH' r e, a nel so mehow thi s n oble elIolt i s a s mu ch n sc r ap and t he co nditi on is j ust as ri fe no,Y a s it eyer wa s" H seem s t h at qu ite a number of the students h aye th e wro ng idea of po li t ics. Co-opera t ion a n d candidate !.Joostin g a r e co ns ider cd eth ica l poli t ics. This may be qU fl lified hy s>l yin g thnt \lI icle r-ha nded ofr.c e - ~ ,,' al) pillg Cu-ol1e r at ivn i" not et hi ca l p oliti cs, Th c m oye men t hegun b~' th e se yera I g r oup s b ad e a noble [llll'[Jose a nd the pa r t ies inter es ted seem ed sincer e, !.Jut a lon;.: th e lin e sompo ne t hrew a lJl o nk e ~'-"T e n c h in to th e ITlfl chiner y . This l1>l S hee n don e befor e a nd apparently by t h e same pnrtie, . It ~N' m ~ t bat a ny mOye fo r pea cef nl o r ga ni~llti o n on t hi s Ca ll1[lU ~ is (l oo med to fa ilure hef or e it stn r ts becau se i t ca n llo t he b o[wd t o bal"e a peaceful studel) t body Iyh en t hc r est of tIl(' cnlll[lUs is in a turmoil. Tt is O ui' w ish th at t hi s co ndi t ion cou ld be st r a i;.:h ten ed ont. hnt 11'(' heli el'l' that I';e must d o as oth e rs h al'c d on e fln(1 Il't t h in ~s a lone. TIl e J1 il/ 6 1',

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Faculty ON LEAI'E, CAHROLL HALPn FORBES, B. S .. E . l\I., 1'1'0fes"o l' of i\[inin g, lelHe of ahsencc Iy itho nt pfl~' continu cd th r ough t 193-1-35. :'I [AJOlt E D'Y ARD HOLME S, A. B .. A. :'II. , Ph. D", Pl' of'e" ~o r of Cera m ic E ng in ee r ing, on le,1\"e of ahsl' nc(' I\'it h o ut pa ,I". II ER B1BHT K \DI E'j' AHHE~S , B . .... Ass istant l'ro f'e!'so r of C il'i l Eng inee rin g, o n ind L'finitl' lelH e of ab sen cc with o u t pay. .\ l'f.;Tl:\' ,JOSEPH PA -L, B. S ., Ass is tan t Pr of'e~so r of Ce r am ic Engin ce r ing, on in definite Ican' of absence \I"ithout pay. lUCIlAHD D 'Y lG IlT DUFF, B, R.. i\I. S .. Ill st ru cto r in Ch cmi str,l' , on lefl '"e wi t h ou t [la,I"" . \ .\ HOX J EFFEHRO ~ MILES, B, R.. :'I I. S .. I nst ru ctor in :'Ilathemati s, on leal'e of ah~cll cc Iyith ou t pay,

Dr. " ' a l te r \\-illi a m s, pr esid en t of t h e rniY er si ty of :'IIis so nri f or t he pn s t f o ur ~" e a r " a nel clean of th e f.; chool of ,Journali sm, Inst " "eek r C8 i.:.m ecl f r om hi s positi on fl , h ead o'f t h p U n i YCl'sit,I', Th e B oa I'd of Cmll to rs acccpted hi s r esignat ion flEte r t h e prC's icl cnt h ael exp r essed hi s beli ef that fl younge r mnn sh ould he se lec ted fo r th e pos iti on in yi e", of som e la r ge probl em' co nfron t in g t h e sch ool. Dr. 'Yillia m s i" intel'll llt ionall,l" kn oly n as a lende r in th e fi elel of j o urn a li s m, and j o urnali sti c edu cat ion , fl ncl in r et irin g as prcsi ele nt h e will on ce m or e tak e ol'er hi s Iy ork as act il"e h Cfl cl of th e School o f J ou l'll fl li "Ill, whi ch h e foundcd in 1908. Ea rl y in t h e spri ng D r. 'Yilli nm" heca m e ill an d f ollowing Co mm en cemcn t nnd e rlY e nt a maj or op erat ion f r om Iyhi ch h e is still in t he cO ll\"a lescen t s tnge . It In lS Dr. lYilli a m s IT h o ste ppecl into th e ga p left b~" th e sudd en del1i1 r t ure o f hi s pred eccsso r, D r. :-;trntton D . B r ook s of K a n sas C it y, i n th e sp rin g of 1930. TIe heco me ncti ng presid en t of th e rTl i y e r ;:; i t~" in Jun e of that ~"en r , a ncl a~ ­ s nm ecl t h e f ull tit le of hi s offi ce ,T fl nu n r y 1. 1931, ITh en a leay e of a bsc nce g r anteel Dr. Broo ks expired, At t he tim e i t IY flS ex pected that hi s te rm of ofti ce ,,"o ul e] he co mparflth el,l" brief, hut hi s ad mini st rati on h as been so ;:; nccessfnl thflt hi s pro yi sion llJ nd e h~- him "'h en h e a ccepted thc office t h at h e be r elie l"ed Il'h en h e r eaclled tile r et irem e nt age of 70 h ad bcen fl lmost forg otte n. Dr. 'Yilli a m s becn m e se yenty yen r s of age 0 11 Jul~- 2, of th is yea r . '1'he r esi;.:nnti on of t h e yeter a n ne" "spaper m fl n an cl edn cato r was acce pted w ith r el uctnn ce b,l' t h e Bonrc] of Cu r a to r ' a nd th ey immediat cly drafted a r esolu t ion e xpressing- its flppr ec int ion of "h i::; di stin g ui sh ed se n "ice to the in ;;tituti on " and I' oiced its r eg- r et at hi s decision to r esign,- Mill el'. ~

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St, Pat's Board Considers Ways of Financing Affair Lasting From March] 4 to 17 'r h o socia l eTen t of t h e sc hoo l Yca r, n amell- Snint Pat's Bfl ll. is to be ;.:iI"cli Th lll'se]ay, ~I a rch H, }i nfl will la st t hrongh unti l RlllHlny m Ol'lling of t he 17th . 'r h o , a in t Pflt'~ Bonn], whi ch is I' e"pon s ible fo r the p lann in g of thc e'elelJration, is co mposed of t wo m emhe rs f r om ca ch f ra ternity , two ind e pencl (' nts, onc seni or , nncl one jUllio r c lassm a n. Co ntrolli ng thi s boarcl is a co mm ittee of two fac ult~" m cmher s ancl fon r m emIJ cr s of th e :';flint Pa t' s Board . La st ,YpHI" S dn nce cost flp pr o ximHt e l~" $1,500. Co ns id er in g t hi "tigll ro it is easy t o r efl li ze that th e hoa rd cl oes n't ma l, e any t hin g at t he ellL] of t he ycnr. In t h e fi l'"t p lace the pu rposc of' th e bOHr el is t o g-il'e th e s tud ent b oel~' a chall ce t o sh olY tiJ eir I'CSpcct fo r i"he enginee rs' pat r on , Saint Pat. and not to pro fit m atc ri a ll .'"- Th e expen s('s are tl cf r n.l"cd h,l" g il"i n.:.!: n ~('l' i c" of danc('~, a r af'f'l e, and b,l" I'a ri o ns oth er m ca n s. Th e hoa rd is p la nnin g to mak e th is ~"enl"s (' I'('nt th c he"t ,I'Ct. All Iyh o " 'c r o pr escn t la st ~"eH r kn Oll" t his lI" ill be a elir-ti c ili t nn cl cl'i"a ki ng-, anel i s to be m a clc [lo,,~ ihl e o nl ~' h.I' i'be f ull Snl)port o f th e ~t ncl e n t 1J 0cl ~' at al l soc inl fUll ct ion s, L a st Ycal' Ar t K Hs~c l fl n(] hi , excel lc nt o r ('he~ t r H IT cr e emlll o ~"eei bnt \Y O h O[le to hal'c n st ill In r g-l' r nil(] bett e r one thi ::; t im e" All in a ll th e :';n int Pat' s Ball offe rs n .:.!:o rgco u" s pc ,tflcle o f three gl ori o us eln l's of cele brati on in a n (' lnho rflt c' I.I" decor ated g,l~ m " "hosp ileant,l" i s e nh a n ccd h.l" t il e presence of many hcn ut i t:n l g irl s" At ]l l'esent the boan] i:; co ntemplat in g n n O I"e l t~' dan ce to he g il"en XO I"cmhcr 23 . An~'

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'el'Sit)' of jIis. the RchoOI f ;Jtio 0 n as head , accepted his ell Il!~ belief he POSitiou in ~ schooL lenrler iu th 'n , aurl in re.e lyer his \York llch he found. u~ became ill major opera. nt stage, ap left b)' tbe ton D, Brooks iJecome actin" rea l'. anrl a; 1931. \Yheu il

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t h e Intel'll ationa l 'Hal'Yester Co " Ca nton. IlL , is in a sanita rium, L a wrence F , Dake is cl oin g Geologic Hesearch " 'it il U , S. G, S, at R olla , Art T owse is emp1m' ed \yitb tb e U , S. E ngin eer s llt Char1eston , i\[ o. Edwin E. Crume, Piedmont, Ala bama, G. H. Fletciler is Supervi sing Enginee r at C. C. C, Ca mp in Meram ec S tate Park n eal' S ulliY a n , :\10,

1934 Gill Mon tgom en' is e m p lo~'ed in th e field b~' th e Phillips P etrolemn Co. of Bartles yill e, Oklahom~. Mon tgo m er y s pent th e past summ er in 'V~'o min g " ' h er e h e wa s associated with Dr. Dake on the H ocky Mounta in -B ig Horn B eart eoth Proj ec t of t h e G. S. A. E lI s\Torth Fo rt h as a pOSition \\"ith Phillips P etrol e um at Semin ole, Okla. Thomas Graham and D ~l\"e H >!lo n r e c mp[ o ~' ecl b~' t h e r.ritanium CO ll1pan~' of Am eri ca at Ma lyern. Arkansas, Wm , E. H edges is \yorkin g with Ozark Hills Co untr y C lub, Kirkw ood , Mi ssouri. Ch arl es J, l'JUI'phy. 6120 Kin :"s:Jlln·. St. Louis. Mi sso uri. wa s on en!!:in ee ring work \yith t h e D ept. of Bi'iclges a nd Buildings, C it~· of St. L oui s. (lurin g th e summ er. Harold R. Ab sh er is s urv eyin g fo r la k e and d a m site fo r Lion 's Club. Oka\y,·ille. IlL Fred R. Pfeiffer , ex. is draft ~ ll1 an . I o\ya State Hi,ghway Com m. , a ddress 703 Burn ett St.. Am es. Iowa. J ohn McKinl e ~' is \\"ith th e Geo . B, H eath Con struction Compa n y at 2'\a yasot a. T exa s , R v'iT. S im pso n is e mplo~' e d \yith U. S . Engin ee r s at Columbu s. Nebra sk a . Gilb ert L, Krflttl er is draftsman \yi t h T enn. Ya ll e.\· Au· thority at Chatta n ooga , '1'enn, Daviel J. P e l'l'~' i s ta kin g gr ad uate work in Stru ctnral Engin ee rin g fit th e U ni,ersity of Mi chiga n und er a '.ra n B eta Pi Sch olars hi p. Le R oy H , J ack son is emp l o ~'ed UH ler F, E. R. A .. doin g r esearch \yor k in Hydraulics under Dr. C. E , Bardsley, cla ss 1920, at 1\1. S. 1\1. T. H. R eese is \yi t h U , S, Eng in ee r s. Ch a rles ton. 1\10, A, Vir Oswa ld i s a ssign ed as offi cer in ch arge of con struction " ' it ll a C. C. C, ca mp at Beatri ce. l'\ebrask a , Hi s a elelress i s 1109 E , Co ur t St., B eatrice, Neb. Cb a d es L, Bur.\" is e mplo~' ecl as map draftsm a n in Kan sas Ci ty. Mo. Hi s address i s 2734 Indian a A" e" K a n sa s City, ~1 0 , C. ,I', Kru se is e mpl o ~' e d \yith U. S. E ngin ee r s at Ch a rleston , Mo, Gu y R Miles. Jr. is empl oyed witb t h e U. S, En gineer s at Brea ux Briclge, La . J;l,obt. A , Sack e\yi tz is employ ed with t h e Phillips Petro· leum Co, Hi s ad dr ess is 125 S. " ' hite, Kan sas City. Mo. J ohn I-I. Zell is em ployed \yith U , S . Engin eer s, H is a ddress i s 7038 P ern od Aye" St. Loui s . :\10. J ohn :\1cKinle.\" i s with t h e Geo r ge B. H ea th Con struction Co mpan y at Kaya so ta. Texas. R ,,-, Sim pson is e l11pl o~-e d with th e G . S, E ngin eer s at Columbus, Keb r as ka . Fred W, Hurd is employed \yith t h e U . S, G, S. at Rolla, Mo. H, O. H enrick son i s employed by F, E, R. A. , doing co unty hi gh\y a:;7 wo rk with h eadq u a r ter s a t Rolla. Mo. B , ,-y, B r o\,n , R oute ::'\0. 1, Box 10, Rolla, :\10, ' Vm, H, CUIlningham , 3959a Sh en a nd oah Ay e" S t. Louis , Gl en N. Hackman , 4846 ,Vabacla Place. St. Louis, Mo, Ler oy H, Jack son i s E ngin eer of T est s. 1\1. B , Sk aggs' Concrete D a rn, Min cy, Tan ey Co unt~· , iUisso uri. J, E, Gaston is with t h e Eagle·Pich er Lead Co mp a n y in th eir R esea r ch Department, at J oplin , Mo. Ja s. W, (Ding) Darling, 2008 Poplar Ave., K an sas Ci ty, Mo. , i s temporarily employed on drafting work,

1933 Tom V. Cummin s i s \yith U, S, G. S, on plane tahle m ap· ping, Ingall s. Ark. V0l'110n L. Asher is r od ma n witb U . S, G, S, at Lee's S ummit, Mo , F, 1'1. L r: nz is drafts man. Uson a Mfg, Co " St. Loui s, ~1 0 , T. W. I-iunt, 715 Park BIn!. , B a t on Rouge, La. Ne\y toll Ever ett is e m p l o ~' e (l as timek eeper fo r 1\loclern Sa nd nml Gl'ft\' el Co., Pa cifi c. Mo, Max 11. Wil ey i s \\"ith th e U. S, Engin ee r s at K e bra s ka City, Neb ra sk a . Gene L, I-Iani s is \,i t ll th e Geo. B. H eat h Cons tru ction Compa n y, at KaY aso ta , '.rexa s. A. W. Beinli ch i s TOllog, Draftsm a n , U . S. G. S .. R olla, 1'10. ,T , J , B einlicb is ch emi st \\'i t h Ce ntUl'~' El ect ri c. S t . Lou is, a ddress, 5439 Page Ay e. Charles p, F erhra ch e is e mplo~' e d a s D r edging In spector , U, S. E nginee r s, Baton R ouge offi ce. being located on i\Iississipp i Riy er about 30 mil es belo\y Yick sb urg, i\Iiss. H enr.Y S, Hickm an i s employed as Asst. to T echni cian (U. S, D ept, of AgTi cultur e, Biological S un e ~·. Hqrs. at Prai rie flu Chi en. \Vi sco n sin ) and is \Torking at Dubuque, Iowa. Virgil I. Dodson is empl oyed as in s pecto r on th e Fort P eck D a m , His a ddress i::; Barrack s 3306, Fort P eck , i\l ontuna.

Arthur R H elmka mp is Juni or Engin eer on engin ee rin g apprai sal \y ork \yith t he F eder a l Land Bank of St. Louis , His address is 3223A Uni \'er sity St., St. L oui s, :\10. Ch a s. 'V, Hold erba um is In strum ent i\Ian , Ark. Highwa y Dept.. Pocah ontas, Arl~, L ee D, D nmm . 108 C l a ~· . Hunts yille, 1'10, 'Vm. Koopman i s Juni or Engin eer on la nd apprai sal with l1'ecl er ill La ud Ban k of St. Lo ui ~ , bi s adcll'Pss is 549 P urdu e, Uni\'e r si t~· City , Mo, H. 'V. Krattly i s computer \yi t h n , S, Geological Sun-ey at R olla. R ex E. P inkley is \Tith t h e U . S. Engi n eer' s H~'dr og r ap hic Su n ey Party at Cairo, Illin ois. Ch as , C. R odd is employed Ivith G nlS ~' Oil Co " Semin ole, Okla. Elmer A. Ro em er i s co mpn t er on strea m gagin g, U. S. G. S., Rolla , Mo , F rank K ohlmeb: i s in specto r "C , S. Eng in eer s, Dunkirk, N. Y. D , E. F aga n , L, J. S nll entrup an cl P a nl E. Smels0r a r e emplo.\"ed ~"ith t h e S. G, H a .\"es Constru ction Co mpan~' on ll itumin ous m at con stru ction on St ate hi gl1\\'ayS in i\Ii sso uri. P en y Steen i s snn ey in g \yith U , S. Fores t Sen 'ice at Ava , 1'10. H erb er t 0 , Tittle is on engin eerin g \y ork n ea l' E"an s,ille, IlL Alyin A. ,Vehrm a n is d r edgin g in spec tor \\'ith U . S. Engineer s. Natch ez, Miss. Gene L . I-Ianis i s " 'it h t h e Geor ge B , I-I ea th Construction CO l1lpan~' at Xaya sota. T exas, i\Iax R ,Vil ey is ,yit h t h e U , S, E ngin eer s at Keb r ask a City , Neb!'. C, H, Bea r ds ley is empl oyed by F, E , R. A , d oin g co unty high\yay \York \yith h ea dqua r te r s at R olla , i\10, '1'. O. (S h eriff ) Seiberlin g ha s acce pted a pOSit ion with th e So uth American Gold a n d Platinum Co mpany \yith headq ua r ter s at Ad agoya, Co lombia, S, A. John C. Messer smith, ass is tant en gin eer fo r th e Gen er a l Ch emica l Comp any , h as moy ed from Cliff\'i e \v to Galax, , Til'g ini a . E, R Mer t z h as accepted a posit ion with t h e J ones ·La u-

ghlin Steel Company at t h eir Aliquipp a W ork s, a clclress i s 1605 Da\' icl so n St. , Aliquippa, P a .

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1932 Ra y II. Runde I'. U. S. E n gin ee rs Office, Gr afton , Illin ois. Allen p, Sta Yer , ex, i s with th e U. S, E nginee r s, St. Joseph , 1'10, Ja ck Ya nIJ er , ex, as sub·in specto r , U . S, E n gineer s, i\Iem-


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phis D i ~t r ict. is on (jut.' at :Uarqnctte Cemen t Pla nt. Cape Gi r a rd ea u. ~J o. H. J. raj e r ~ ki liY e;:; at 3 Y o rk ~ton S t.. Schenectady, XY. A. C. J en cze\"" ld is c h e mi ~t \yi t b One ij a Co mmunity Plate at She rrill. ~. Y. O. M. And r es is In ;:;pector of ~J der i a l s. Illin ois Hi gh\Tay Department. Hi ;:; a(jelress i s R os iclare H otel. R os iclare, Ill. John C. B e rk enho,ch is e mpl o ~' ecl as Juni or En g in ee r , P. ,V. A., on str ea m cli sc!:la r g-e mea s urcm ents in ~1i sso uri. Hi acld r ess is 127 Peke A\·e .. Kirkwood. 1\10. HO"'a rd T. G ihhons is City Engineer of Ca nton. Illinoi . Jam es B . Hin cllm nn is In spec t or w it h the U . S . En .!:dn eer s St. L oui s. ~10. Hi s a elell'ess i s 4152 \rsen a l '. t.. St. L oui s. J ohn ~[ atsek i" runnin g t raye r se on the Alton Dam Acqui s iti on fo r th e U . S. Eng in eer s. Hi s add r es. is 1312 Alhy St.. Alton. Ill. R ober t J. R oesser is Head Drech!;ing In s pector ",i th th e G. S. Engin eer . Ruffa lo. X. Y. Hi s a ddress is 179 O'Conn ell Aye .. Buffal o. ~. Y. R.u ssell H. (B utter ) lVi etb op i s P il e Driye r In specto r ",ith U. S. En O' ineers at ~eb r ask a City . ~e hr aska. Hi s adclress is U. S. E ngin eer s. c/o Massman Con st ru ction Co., B ox 43G, ~ e bra sl;a C it~· . ~ e hr. " ' m . E. Darncll is emplo.'C'cl as In specto r. U. S. Engin eer s, Office at Ca p c Gir:ndean. ~1 0 . Rober t L . Campl1ell is C hi cf Enginee r w ith the Becker Grfl\'e l Compan.\·. Cole. ~J ontana. on Ft. P eck Dam Con s truction . H. B . 'Ye iri ck. B ox 39-1. ~Jll sk ego n. ~Ji c hi O';lJ] , is em ployerl h~' the ,Yest ~li chi g>lll Consum er s Compa n y . Haney C. Ch aden h ps heen prospectin g in Ala sk n du rin g the p a;:t fe\\' months. H e h as been w orkin g on t b e Se yen ty -l'lil e R i \'E'r. \yhi ch ba s it;: m Oll th a bout bTen t~- miles do,,-n st r C' am on th e Y uk on Rh' e r nea l' Eag le. Aln ska. His permnn en t ,c elclress i s : 18-18 South Ridge \Tay. Chi cngo. Ill. Lieut. F . G. 'Tilson is wi t h t h e C. C. C. at Ca mp T ehach api. K een e. Ca lifornia. His l:om e address is 68 M on ell A \·e .. I s lip. S . r. J ohn .I. LiYin!!ston. c/o U . S. Enginee rs . 428 C ustom I-I o u ~e. 8th ,<;;, Oliy e Sts .. St. L oui s. I-lom e acldress: Cedar Hil l. M o. 1. C. S potti h as acceptec1 a po ition w ith th e Phil Ad elphia and R e nelin .!! Con I and Iron Co . in t h eir en~i n ee ri ng depa r tment. H c is liYin g at #21 Cata"i ~ a Ro nd. Ash lnnd. Pa. R. Y. Pre l'a ll e t i s e mpl o,ecl by the ,\Yilli nm R. ,Va rn er Pha rm nc :'uti ca l COll1P::ll1.'. 404 So uth 4th St.. St. L oui s. Hi s ma il aeldr 2s;:; i:< 5679 Caba nn e Aye .. St. L ou is . R. L. Ln rkin i s Forcmnn. C. C. C .. Sn m Bnkcr Stn tc Park, Piedmont. ~1 0. R. F. HiPlll c r. A s~n ~' e r & Snll1 l') le r in mill of Climax ':'\lolybclCJl LUll Co. at CliID:L'C. Colo.r a clo. A. ,V . H ilPP~' is In st rnm en t Man ",it"\) th e ~li SSO lll'i Stnte Hi gh\yay D epa r tm ent at t h e Hnnnibal O ffi ce. E . D. Hal e is Assaye r ,,·ith the Rap idan Gold Co rporat ion . F r Nle ri cl; "hu r g'. Yirg in ia. Frank J. (H u tch ) ~l n lik is c mpl O ~'e cl ",itb 1'. S. Flng-ineel's at TIulo. ~eb.

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E . R. Etlprr~o n is ch emi ca l cngineer in t b e ~I at ri a ls D ep'll'tment. 1\lis ~O llri State IIi g h wa" Depa r tm cnt. Ben R. E lli nt e mplo.\·ed with U. S. Engin ec r s. ' Va s b ington, ~1 0. 'T a ~'nc R. B r oaclelu . . . ·llp er\, i.· in g cngin eer w ith U. S. G. S .. i. nOI"\, ~ ta tio ned at TIolln. Geo l'g-e .\ . ~Jn sso n \\'l'ites in t h nt h e is yc r y mu ch pleased \y ith hi ,; j ob ",ith th e Tennessce Coppe r Compa ny , at Copp rbill. Tenn. Ch nr1cs K . lIanington sn il ed f r om Kew Yo rk on ;\[arch 1 7th on a t"'o-~'ea r cont r act a s junio r engin eer witb the South Am c ri can Golc! " Platinum Company in Co lombia . Xi ck K ozlin sky is I\'ith tb Am eri ca n Metals Compa n)', Peco . ~ e\\' ~I cxico. . F . Page. J530 ~1 Str ee t. Ge rin g. ~eh ra . ka. A. L. (Doc) ~l cRa e i.' employed witb . ' . Eng in CC I'S at Rulo. ~ eh.

1930 P. E. 1\loor e. R o ~- ~l. La cs'. nnel ~Inri o n Di llin gham a r ewith t h e U. S. Engin eer s. St. L oui s. ~1 0 . iY. E. (S h orty ) Da\'i is office en g in eer , U . S. G. S., Rolla. 1'10. Frem ont H eath is w ith th e Geo r ge B. H ea th Con s truc tion Co mpan~' a t Xa \' asota. Texas. E. J. Gre.!!or y, .Je lyell Ridge, Virgini a . F. B. Sc hul tz is an In strum ent 1\lnn on rnilroacl \y ork \yith t h e U. S. Engineers. Fort P eck. Montana. B ook er H . Ru ck e r . .Jr. is s upe ni s in g en g in ee rin " work at C. C. C. Ca mp in Me ram ec State P a rk, n ear S ulliYnn. 1110. S . A. Stone i. Ass i ta n t Mana gc r of th e D eister Con cent r ato r Compan" at F or t " l ayn e, Incliana. Ed,,' in T. H a n ey i s at Goldfield , I o\ya.

1929 Ru sse Sta hl i ' " -orkin g \Tith the U . .. Eng- r s ., "I eh r nska C i t~- , Ke bra ska. H . ~l. All sh ou se is empl ored as Comp n ter \yith S. G. S . a t R oll a, 1'10. TInlph P. Th om a. is e mpl oyed \"vi t h t h e USGS at R oll a. J. S. \\,ilfle,- is cbief in specto r on BituminOll s pa\'c m cnts fo l' t h e U . S. E n g-in ee r s, Fort Pec:k. M ontana. Ru s~e ll H. Pnrker i s eng in ee r on pn\'ement const rn cti on \y it h the u. S. E ngin ee r s. Fo r t P ec k. ~I o n tana. II is a c!c1ress is B ox 1076, Fort P eck , Montana. e ha s. G. Hu ete r is n ow emp lo.H'c! hy the U nited State Zinc Comp:ln y. locateel a t Sand Spr in g-so Ok lahoma. B. N. Dnn il of'f is a g r acl n ~te . t,l d ent at C al'l1 c~' i e In stitute 01' 'l' echn o l o.g~-. Pitts burgh. Pa . Dana Smith h ns nccepted a pOSit ion in the R c,ea r c tl L nbora to r.\· o[ t il e Aluminum Co ml1 a n~' of Ame ri cn .

1928 Gene Yi e rlin g . ex. is with tbe U. '. E ng in ee r s . St. L ou is. Mo. A. L . Hi ll. P. O. B ox 74, Tarkio. M o. .1. L . }1 radfo l'cl . 2420 Clw rl ack Rd ., Ol'e rl ancl . ~I 0 . H. D. Thomas i.' employed in .Jeffe r ;;on C it~· . ~1 0.. npitol Building, P o\\'e r Plant. Rny Ru ck er i s In s t rum c nt ~l a n with the l\[i sso uri State Hi g hway Depa r tment at th e ~l ex i co Office. Charles '\1'. Am ll ler. .II' .. Lientenant. Compa n~' 847. On mp F 29 ~. Al ma. Ke w ~l ex i co .

1927 I . ~ . A' hl ock. ex. is \y it h t h e U. S . Eng in ee r s. St. Louis, 1\10. R. F. (Boh) l\lcCa'" \' is ited t h e camp us Augnst 22nel. H e i ' empl oyeel hy t he In te r state P Oly e r Company . loca t ed at Al be r t L e:l . ~Iinn e. ota.

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1925 C. C. Whitt 1. ey is \yith Ford . Bacon & Da\'i s. E n !!,in eer s, on co n . t r n tion with Sonth e1'1l Xatura l Ga Compan.\' . 1817 Yale St., A l exa nel ria, La. Stua r t 1'1. (T-Bone) TIatbbone i s em plo,ecl flS Estimates EnO'ineer \yith '''a1' Depa r tmcnt. Hi adell' s. i s 210 G. Str eet. San Ra fae l. Ca lif . J ames W es tg-arcl is Projec t Engin ee r \v ith th e Ii, ouri Stnte Higb\\'a.l- D cpa r tm e nt at th e Kirkw ood Office. R. O. Da .\· of' the Un ion Ca r b ide & Ca r bon Laboratories, ha s been t r ansfl'l'red to the General . nles Otllce of the Lind,- Ail' P r ochl ·ts Compn n~', R oom 1405. 30 l ~ast .. 2nd St., ~ e \",,' Yo rk Cit.I·.

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1924 Harry H. K essle r i s with Sorbo-Mat Proccss E ngin cc r s, 1261 Syndicate Trnst Build in;::. St. Loui s. 1\10. Thi s o'['o up is a g roup of con sulting engin ee r speci a lizin g in th e manu facturc of hi gh ten s ile p r oces ed cast iron . F ern a nd o E. Harri son i Statistica l S npenisor, U . S. D epart m ent of Labor. U. S. Employ m ent Seni ce, Standard s & Research Diyision . 611 Statc B lel g .. Siln Francisco, Cil li E. His h om e add r ess i s 737 Pine. t. , Sa n Francisco. 'V. A. Sch aeffer Jr. r e ' entl~' r eturned f r om a 9 month s tour of duty in The Hagnc O(1ice of t h c B ataafsch e Pctr oleum Maa t schappij . H e is now produ ction engin ee r in the T exas-Gulf Area for t h e S hcll P ct. Co rp., \y[th h eadquartcrs in Houston , T exas. D. L. Moodi e is E ng'in cer f or th e South ern Nat nra l Gas Co rp .. Ouchita Bank B ld g .. Monro e. Lil. Geor gc T. D ic rkin g is a lso empl oyed by th e Silme company.

1923 Gl en A. Dooley is sup en[ s ion office E ngin ee r. U. S. G. , . at Rolla. Mo_ S. M. Burke ,is ited th e ca mpu . eil rl .\- in .Jun c. F. C. Mulfo rd. 2134 'Yest Wa shington. P h oeni x. A ri :wna . E,er ett J . W end ell is \Tith t h e D epil r tm en t of Hig-h\vays, Peoria Coun ty , Illinois. I-li s add r ess i s 209 F r ye Aye., P eo ri a , Ill. Lynn Harbi son is Rubber P r od uction i\Ian ager of th e Min e Safety App li a nces C('mpa n~" . P it tshu r g'll . P a. TI is h om e address is 329 Ca rn egie Plil ce. Pittsburgb . M. L. D orri s i s r eturning t o Ran cagua. Chil e, \Th er e h c will be employed by t h e B r ad en Co pper Company. O. L. Brand enburger , 152 D r exel AY enne. ~Iiami Bea ch , Florida . D. G. Gibson. Jr. , i s \vith th e Cr ysta l F lom 'spa r Co. at E li zabetb tovm, Ill. Lt. Geo. A. Zeller , Ord inance D ept.. U . S. A rm~' . b a . hcen t r a n sferred to the Aberdeen ProYing Gl'onud. Ahe'·dt.'en , Maryland.

1922 A. B . "Waats is makin g a topograph ic map of , Vashin O'ton State P a rk , D esoto. Mi sso uri. (ex) r. Wilson K eyes. Box 542. H end er so n. Texa s. " W ornw" is Specia l Agen't fo r Oil Enforcement, U . S. D epartment of In teri or. Divi sioll of Ill\'e. t igat ion s. "Ea st Texas As ign ment." Rov Gettler is D es i f~ lI e r wi t h the ~Ii sso llri ~tatt.' Hi g h\\·" .\, D epa'rtment at t h e Hannibal OfficI'. E. S. 'W heeler is \\'it h the Clim ax ~I ol y hll t' lI l1l1l CO Il IP:I1I.\" a t t h eir Conver sion Pl fl nt. Lan geloth. Pa. Wm. H. Metzger is \\'jth tb e Con necticut ;\'I u t uill L i fc l ll~. Co., 316 Nortb 8th St.. ~ t . Loui s, Mo. Hi s hom c 1](l rlr cs::; i s 802 Maple St., Collin s vill e, Ill. D. E. Huffman i s now Control Chemist w it h the Nntnr al Soda Produ cts Comp a ny at K eeler , California.

1921 L. E . D av idson , who i s w it h th e Illinois D e partm ent of Highways, located at Sp rin gfield, Ill. ; and W . H. Dun lop, '22, from Balboa H eigh ts, Ca nal Zone, Panama, \'i si ted th e Campu s, Augu s t 8th. R. L. John son is with the Wirt-Fra nklin Oil Co., a t Ardmore, Okla. Kuan g Yu Chang, Presiden t, H onan U niver s ity, K a ipin g, H onan , China. H erbert Mundt is with thc U. ~. Co r p of Engi necr., on t he Fort P eck Dam , at Glasgow, Montana.

1920 W. L. Niece, Gypsy Oil Co., Box 661, Tu lsa, Okla. R . E. Vel asco was r enewin g old acq uaintances on t l: c campu s on Octob er 12th . Rafael E. Velasco of San Anton io, Texas. \TflS n cn mpu s "isi to r early in October . Carl A. Gettler ancl D r . R obe r t 1\1. Co urtn ey, cx '24, both of St. Louis, visited the ca mpus March 30th . Fred Uth off, orth ern Illin ois Coal Corp ., Wilmin gton , Ill.

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Cr cn sha w is Gcne r al S up erin tend ent of P la nt s, Eng le-Picher L eu d Comp a n y, w i t h thc h ea d(]uar tcr s in Cin c innati. G. M. Schn a iel t i s A;:;si.ta n t Engin ee r , C. & E. r. Rail wny. H is hom e adrlre.·· is 22 En st Oglesby ~t., Salcm , Ill. Wm . D urnin g- is in thc E ngi n eerin g Dept. of Mon santo Chemi cal Co., of ~t. Loui . I-lome a cldre. s 5707 McPh er son Ave. P. H. Bohil r t is n ow wi th t h e G Y J1 ~y Oil Co mpany at T ul sa, Okla. , Box 661.

1918 H . 'V. Docn n ccl;c ntte nded bi s fi rst h omeco min g. n cnr.Y is chi ef chemist for t ile Oza rk Ch emical Co. Hi s h ome ad dress is 313 N. Yukon St., Tul sa , Okla. Osca r Gotsch, Jr. is teach er of mannal tr ninin .g nt t he Hil dl ey Vocntional Sc hool. Gotsch 's address i s 5210 Lin el enw ood A \"e .. St. Loui . Misso nri. H. Smith Clark is Gcolog ist fo r t h E' Sin clair Prair ie Oil Comp a n~' at Ft. W or th. Tcxas. His h ome add r ess i ' 2307 'Yam e r R oad, Ft. Worth. Ra~' , Vcim er is w ith th e Nor th ern Illinois Coa l COl'pora t ion, loca tcd at 'W ilmin gton , Ill.

1917 Capta in 'J'. P. F . 'Valsh . of th e Finance Dcpa r tm ent of t h e U . ~ . Arm y . is located at Fo r t H ayes. Colu mbu s, Ohi o. H . K. IIer ivel "i s ited t h e ca mpu o; on Apri l 23rd on hi s \va v f r om 'l'cnn cssce to Ari 7.0 na. Hi s m ~ il flrl rl r ess i. ' in ca r'e Ame ri can C ~';lnil mid Sales. A7.11 sa . Ca li fo rni a . ,V. H. BO~' l e is Manag-cr of th c Raoid an Golel Co r pora t ion at F r edcri ck s bu r g-. Vi rg inia. J. K . 'W alsh g-avc a ta lk on Ex pl osives heforc t h c E n gin eer s Cluh of Rt. Loui s on October :25th. Profcsso r s Butler. Bardsl e~" and D eck e r atten ded t h e m cc t ing.

1916 F r eel R. IJemflll i s Di t ri ct Con str uction Supcrin tendent of th e U . S. For c ·t r~7 Sen-i ce at Ru sscllvill c. Arkansas. Edw in S. Tompkin s h as been a ppoi nted cflste rn r ep r csentative of Th e General Engin cerin g- Com\lnny. 1\Ieta 1111 1'gica l Eng in ee rs. of Salt L ak e Ci t~' . TilE' ~ew York officc of th e COm pfl lJ~' ha s hccn mO\'erl f r om :;0 B road Strect to 30 Church Str cc t . J ohn Charl cs i\Iill cr r ece h 'ecl t h e deg rce of' Docto r o f' Ph iloso ph~" . Mil.\· ]:3. 1933. at Geo r g-e '''ashin gton U ni' er s i t~- . IIi s d i;:scrtilt ioll \\"a s t.'nUtled " Geolog ~" 0 (' thc No rth anel So uth Mc Ca llulll Ant iclin es ..Ja cl,son COll nt.\·. Co lm·arlo. with :';pecia l Refer encc to Pctr olenm and ('arhon Dioxid e." 'J'hi:s hfl S been p ubl ishcd a. ' Circlli ar No.5 of thc U . S. Geological Survev. H. A. Neu sta edter , forme rl y wi th t h e ~t. Joe Lead Co., is at present doin ,g ,om e cons ul tin g wo rk in Colorad o. His h ome a ddress i s R ivcrmin es, Mo.

191 5 A. L. 'l'r ent, wh o h a s been in T exas for th e pa s t fiv e yea r s, pa ssed t h ro ugh R oll a ea rl y in Jlln e on h is WflY East. I'll'! w ill p r ohably locate in Clevelan cl. L. M. Cummin gs, c/ o Gardn er -Den yer Comp any, Denver, Colo.

1914 G. A. H ells t r a n el ha s r eturn ed to th e ni ted Statc ' aftcr 18 mon t h s in Aust rnli a as Consultant ill m inin g ope r ation s to i\It. I sa i\1in es, Ltd. Gil ber t F. Metz, Dh is ion Engin ee r for thc IIar ding-c Comp a n ~', h as bce n s pend ing two wecks in Onta ri o and Quehec in t he inter e t.. of' t h e compa n.Y. , Vh ilc at Nor anda h e fl e\T in to t he n ew Bcatti c p roper t.'-. wh ich is n ow millin g c l o~c to 000 tOilS pcr clay of low-S' rad c gold or e, con CC ll t ratin ~ \1\" Il otntion. G. A. ET(' II~tn\1l1 is co-au t h o r of [\ te chni ca l ]lIlPcr of t h e ABBI E: Millin g Pra ctice at Buchans iUin cs, Bucha ns, Newfo undland .


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1903

R. A. Wag-s taff'. A ss i ~t;mt Rupcrin(" end e nt of the Garfi eld Rm elter , \v ill go to Ta coma , ' ;Va sh in .g-ton . t o becom e su pe r intend cnt of t h e Am eri can Rm eltin g· & R e fining- Compan y's sm elter in that c it~7 . He : < ncceed s W. i\l. Morri son, who i s tran sferred t o th e Baltimorc r efi n erv. R. G. Kni ckerb ock er , Tita nium Co.· of Am eri ca, Box 717, Mal,ern , Arkan sas. John A. Murphy is Manager of Mines for th e Gnan a juato R eduction & Miu es Company, Apartado 55, Guanajuato, Mexico. J. F. 8ewnrd, wh o is w ith th e Frisco Railroad with h ea dq u a rter s in St. Louis, wa s in Rolla early in Jun e. S. E. Holli s ter, of th e Metallnrgical Stflff of th e Southwes tern En g in eerin g Co rp .. i s at p r esent in chflrg-e of t h e con s tru ction of a Go ld Mill Hondu r as. His perman ent a ddrcss is 523 ,Yes t Ga le Aye., Puente, California.

Mr. and M rs. Cha s . E . McCr ae, cx '03. of Kan sa s City, Mo., ca m e to Roll a , Thnr sda~' , Octob er 4th, to observe and celebrate th e thirtieth anniY er snn' of th eir marr iage at the hom e of Mr. and Mrs. Ch arles L . 'Yoods. Th ey r emain ed in Rolla until Tn es(l ay, en:i o ~' in g thc co mpany nnd bospitality of old fri end s. Mr. McCr ae is Mrs . ·Woods' oldest son.

1911 I-l a n ey L . T edro w h as been m a d e S uperintendent of th e London Gold Min es Company, Almn. Color a d o. B enjamin H. Cocl~' is now Ill c ta lln r~i s t for th e Ne\v Co rnelia Branch of th e Ph elps Dodge Co r poration at Ajo, Arizona. H e wa s form erl}- in the labol"flto r y th er e, a nd later tankhou se s uperin tend ent.

1910 Albert Park i s Chi ef Ciyil ,"ilorks Engin eer for th e Stnte of 'V ~· o m in g, \Tith offices in th e Go yernor· s :\Ian s ion at Ch eyenn e. V. H. Mc:'\u t t. con sulting geol ogist in p etroleum anel potash , h as been a \T a rd ed !];60,000 with 6 per cent inter es t f r om Octo ber 30, 1930. a s r emun er ation fo r hi s se ni ces in heh alf of t h e U nited Sta tes Pota sh Compa ny . I-I e originally sued for $400.000. but th e small er sum wa s fin nll .v granted hy th e U . S. Circui t Co ur t of App eals . R. B. Caples. of th e Anacoml a Co pper Compan.v, Grent Fall s, Monta na. ha s been elected V ice-chairman of the Monta na Section of th e A. 1. M . E. Vnn Hoose Smith ,i sited the campn s dnrin.g- Commen cem ell t \\" eek.

1909 H . o. Garst. A.g-ency Rnpervisor , Ranta Fe ~ationn l Life In su r a n ce Co mpan~', Albuqu erqll r, Np,,· Mr xi co . George A. Ea s ley , yi ce-president of th e Internationa l i\J in in.g- Corvor ation, Ne w Yo rk, wa s r ecentl ~· in Color a d o Tisiting th e compan y's proper t ies in th e Cri pp le Cr eek di strict.

1903 1<'. ' v. Harper , of Montrose, Cnlif .. stopped ill Ho lbl for a s hor t v isit on October 11. Thi s wa s i\Ir. Harper 's 1i r st vis it to Rolla since h e was gradu ated . i\Ir. Harper i s working as a mining- en gin eer in Californi a . H e was on hi s way to m eet his son at Annapolis, \\"h o is a Sophomore in the Na val Sch ool.

1906 J. Owen Ambler left Rio Tinto, Spa in , on Augu st 1.1 for Hambu r g, Germany, to in spec t a concentr ate briqu etting operati on , a nd expected to leave th er e on Aug-n st 24 for London , wh er e b e will r emain for a month or so.

1905 John L. L ehman , U ni on El ectri c Light & P OwE' r Company, Room 512, 315 No rth 12th Bll"Cl. , St. LO ll is. Hi s h om e address i s 6820 D elm ar B ITd. , St. Loui s. Mo . R. P . C ummin s, who is prcsid cn t of. th e a lu mni assoc iati on of M. S. M. , was speak er a nd toastmllstc r ilt the annual hOll1 ccoll1illg banqu et whi ch \\"a s b eld Saturda y, Octol)er 13.

1904 I-I. A . Grin e is with Ch ase & W a rin g, 70 East 42ncl St., New York Ci t\'. 'Choma . S. Ca mahan. co nsultin g· m in in g eng ill ee r for the U ni on M ini er c du I-Iaut-katHn ga, B ru ssels . r ecentl y CHm e (" 0 t h e United S tates, fo llo wing thc cl eath of Mrs. Camnhan. He is in L os Angeles.

1902 Albert H. Fay, of th e D epartmcnt of Mining Engineering, Lafnyette Co ll ege, hn s been elected Chairm an of th e Lehi gh Va lley Section of th e A. 1. i\I. E .

1892 Fayette A. Jon es, Alhuqll er q ll c, Nl'w Mexico, is consn lting eng in eer for th e Empirc i\l ines & Metal s Co .. which i s d e velop in g th e P eli can group of silyer-leael claims at H ermosa, N. M. , and nlso hoW s the Cath erin e and Lilipnt prope rty at Hill s bor o. th e Geo r getown Exten sion in Grant Coun ty , and t h e Bald Eagle n ear Chl oride. A 50-ton mill i s p lann ed at H erm osa.

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WEIGEL- S'.rU ESSE ' Villiam 'v. ' Veig-e l. ·20. of Bon ne 'l'erre. ~Io .. find Mi ,,;s Iren e Stuesse of B ea uport. Mo .. wer e marr iecl in St. LOlli s OJ I JUli e 3r d, 1934. ' Veigel i s Assistant Min e Man a.~e r , St. J oseph Lead Company. 'YEIR- BRYARS ~Ir. and Mrs. Dudl ey Kin cu (]e a nn ollll cecl th c m arr iag-e of the ir s is ter , Rob erta Kath er in e B r y a r ~, to Mr. Thoma S Glove r ' Ve ir, '22, on Saturday. Spptembcr 15, 193-1, at St. Loui s. MILL]])H- MAT SK O E. C. (Co mflak es) Mi ll e r, ·28, sec r etl.'· mflrri ed on March 17, 1933 to Miss Hel en Matsko of New Sheffie ld , Pa . '.rhey a r e r esidin g at 1299 P enn s." ll"tlnia Aye., ~I ouaca, Pa.

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GROI-I S KOPF- IIEN NECKFJ .Tohn Groh skopf, '30, a nd M i ~s Alth e I-I enn eck e of O\\"ensTill e, Mo. , wer e mRrri ed ' Vedn esd ay, October 10th at the St. P eter s Evangeli ca l Church in St. L Olli s . " Johnny" is employ ed by th e Geolog ica l Sun ey at R.olla. HOEMAN- BROWN Erwin C. I-Ioemnn. '30, \Ya s marri ed to M iss Rhirl ey Brown of. M il fonl , Mo .. at U niv cr s ity City on .Tnl y 2-1 th , ] D34. " Jimmy " i ;:: at i\I. R. :'II. on F. E. R A. sc holars hip to \\"ork for acha n·ced d cg ree in ch em istr y. DRAPER-C OLLI~S

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MONROE-COFFMAN R ex Monroe, '32, and Miss Mick ey Coffman wer e m a rri ed on Au g ust 10, 1934, at th e Chri s t Church Epi scopal ill Ro lla. R ex i ' now employed by t h e Shell P et r ol eum CorporH t ion in Ea st Chicago . HEDGES- SMITH Harry H edges, '33, a nd Mi s.' Cla ud ia Sm ith of Roll a, 1\10., we re secr etly m a rried at Waterloo , Illinoi s, on Jun e 3, 1933. The anno un cem ent of t h e wedd in g was m ad e at a p a rty g l\"en r e ce ntl ~' b.v th e bri de' .' paren t s. D r. a n d Mr s . .T. E. Sm ith of Rolla . I-larry is \y ith th e U . S. E ng ineer s, w it h h eaclq narter s in St. Louis . EC K ERT- OWEN'S George , 'V. E ckert, '33, a nd Miss B erniece Owen .' \ve r e united in m a rriage la st Saturday, A ng u st 18, 1934. 'rh e ce r e m o n~" wa s perfo rl1lecl at U ni on, Mo . The bride was bom and r ea r ed in Rolla. Sh e g r a d u ated f r om Rolla High Sch ool in t he cla ss of 1933. She is yer :\, popula r with a la r ge ci rcle of f ri end s . Mr . E cker t is f r om Eas t St. Louis, III. H e hold . t h e degr ees of Ba ch elo r of Science a nd Mastel' of Sc ience. He i s gr aduate a ssi s tant in chemis try at th e Sch ool of Min es. Th e youn g couple h ave m an y f riend s wh o wi sh th em h appi n ess. WILLIAMS- ENGLAND Arth ur J . 'W illiams, '33, and Miss B lanche En gland \v er e l11i1rri ed July 21, 1934, at , Va shington , Mo. DOLL-WOODMAN 'Var w ick Doll , '33. ilnd Miss E llen "Voodman , daughter of Dr. and Mrs. L. E . Wo odm a n. wer e uni ted in m a rria ge at t he 'Woodman h ome on Jun e 2, 1934. Doll is e mplo~' e d on st r eam ga ugin g wi t h t h e U. S. G. S., h eadquarter s at Rolla, Mo. HUNT-JOHNSON T ed Hunt, '33, and Miss Louise Johnson of Rolla, Mo. , \y er e m a rri ed Jun e 21,1934. at Baton Rouge, Louisi a na. T ed is with th e U. S. Engin eer s a s inspector of dredging. Mr . a nd Mr s. Hunt r eside at 715 P a rk Bl,d. , Baton Rouge, La. HENRICKSON- LINE Anno un cem ent wa s mad e of t h e marri a .~e of M iss Ma r yin e Lin e to Mr. H a rdin O. H enrick son . Thi s wedcling took place on F ebru a r y 1, 1933. The cer emony wa s perform ed at Cuba. Mo. Mr. H enrick son. son of Dr. and 1\Jrs. H. 1\1. H enri ck son of Poplar Bluff. Mo. , g r a cluated in Ci,il E n;,;in ee ring f r om th e Sch ool of Min es in Ma~', 1934. WEIGEL-HOUG H Rob er t , 'Veigel, '34, a nd Miss Marga r et Houg-h w er e secr et ly marri ed on Satur da~', Ma y 5, 1933, at Vienn a, Mo. Anno lln cement of th e m a rri a ge "a s made May 26th befo r e th e Commencem en t Ball. Bob is doin g r esea r ch work in th e Ccr a mics D epartm ent towa r d s hi s Ma ster 's d eg r ee. SELLERS- i\IITCHELL Geor gc Seller s, '3.f, a nd Mi ss Mari e Mitchell of Rolla, Mo., \\'er c married on Commen cement D a y, 1934. LARWOOD- S1\UTH Announ cem ent wa s m a d e r ecently of the marriage of Miss Ver a Smith to Mr. Mason Lar wood . T h e cer emon y wa s performed at J effer son Ci t y, Mo., Ap ril 19. 1934. '1'he bride is th e attr a ctive daughter of Mr. J. S. Smith of Rolla. Sh e wa s graduated f r om Rolla H igh Sch ool a nd later atten cl ed t he School of 1\1ines. Mr. Larwood \Va s a st uden t at t h e Sch ool of Min es and graduated in th e Cla ss of '34. CAMPBELL-HARVEY ,Villiam J. Campbell, '3f), and Mi. s Marie Har,ey of Roll a wer e ma rried Ap ril 19, 1934. Mr s. Campbell i s th e da ughte r of 1\11'. and Mrs . Claude Har vey of Rolla. "B ill" is employed at Fo r t P ek e Dam, Gla sgow, Mon tana. McDILL-HARTMAN 'Villi am McD ill. '35, a nd Mi s Rob erta Hartman of Rolla, \\'er e un ited in marri a ge on Aug u st 11, 1934, at t h e Chri stian Church in R olla. McD ill i s ed itor of th e Miner t hi s year. LOVE- BLACKFORD R obcrt Lo,e, '37, and M iss Dor oth y B lackford of Rolla , wer e married secr etly at Vi enn a , Mo ., July, 1933. 'WILLIAMS- WATSON Rex 'Villi am s , '31, a nd Mi ss Marion Watson of Rolla , Mo., wer e married in St. Louis on September 1, 1934. Rex is instructor of Mechanics. At h om e at 508 East 5th St., Rolla.

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A li ttle daughter , Mary El izabeth , wa s bo rn to Mr. and Mrs . B. G. Nichols, on Ma r ch 21, 1934. B en graduated fr om 1\I S:\1 in 1919, and is Mana ger at Sch a eff er Bros. & Powell Manufa cturing Co mp a ny of St. L onis, Mo. A baby daug hter , Elin e Ann , \v as born to D r . and Mrs. H. H . K a , eler on Se ptember 16, 1934. Dr. Kay eler g r adua ted from MSM in th e cla ss of '28 and is now a P r of esso r of Physical Ch emi st r y at Geor ge 'W ashington U n iver.' it y at Wa shin gton , D. C. D r . and Mrs. Kav eler a r e both from St. Cha d es, Mo. A son was born to Mr. a nd Mrs. Lucien M. Bolon , ex '31, on July 7, 1934. H e will a n swer to t he n a m e of Lucien Milton. Mr. and Mrs. Th oma s Da.v, '32, of Rolla , a nnoun ce th e a rri ,a l of a n ew d a ughter, born at t h e S t. J ames Hospi ta l, May 30, 193.f. A daughter , Don n a Vern ee n, \v as bo rn to 1\11'. and Mrs. Vernon L. Klesa t h , on Apr il 12, 1934. Klesa t h is a gnld uate of MSM, cla ss of '32. Mr. and Mr s. H. H . Hahn , ex '34, a re cele bra t in g th e a rriv a l of a son, H. H erber t II, born on Ma r ch 19, 193.f. L. P. Tuttle, '34, w ri tes th a t h e h a s obtain ed work with t h e USGS in New J er sey . H e an d Mrs. Tuttle an n oun ce th e a rri val of a second son , Rich ard B., on September 2, 193.f.

Leo S upp an, ex '96, Associate Professor of Pharma ce utical Ch em ist r .,. St. Lo ui s Col:ege of Phannacy, died clur in g th e s ummer of 1933. H enry Cleino, ex '98, died April 12, 1934. H. C. Hume, ex '20. D eceased. ( ;>i ews r eceived July 28, 1934. ) Word has been r eceiYed that Rodney R. Hickman, '26. di ed f r om the effect of po ison he S\Ta llowed. Hickman g raduated f r om MSM in ch emi stry , h e h ad been ou t of work 16 month s. R. H. Oster , '27, di ed at th e Leed s Tuber cu los is Hospi ta l in K ansas Ci ty on July 17, 1934. H e h ad been a patien t at the h ospital for t h e past two years. Prof. W illiam Holdin g Ech ol s, Jr., 75, a fo rmer director and Professor of th e Sch ool of Min es, died r ecently at h is home in Ch a rlottesyille, Va. Prof. Echols came to t hi s school a s a director in 1886. H e wa s a lso a professor in t h e Mathematics D epartment while h er e. In 1890 h e r esign eel hi s posit ion a s di r ec to r to a ccept a job a s a cons ult in g en gineer fo r u tili ties and railro a ds. H e spen t on ly a fe w month s a s con sultin g engin eer and t h en accepted a position a s h ead of t h e math emati cs D epar tment at th e U nh er sity of Virginia, where h e has taught fo r th e pa st t hirt y-eight yea r s.- jJt[in er. F un eral services we re h eld f or D r. C. L. Dake, h ead of t h e Geology D epartment of t h e Misso uri School of Min es a nd Metallurgy at Bar aboo, 'Vi s., fo l1o\"" in g his un expected death in a Denver Hospita l while enroute to his h ome in Rolla from th e west wh er e h e h ad been wo rkin g t his summ er. Dr. Dake was born in Cha seburg, , -Vi s., fifty -one years ago . H e wa s g raduated from t h e Un i\' e r s i t~' of ' Viscon sin in 1911, and la ter r ecei\'ecl hi s Ph. D. from Columbi a University in New York . H e has been associated \vith th e school h er e for t\ventyone year s a nd h a s been h ea d of th e G eo l o g ~r D epil r tm ent since 1920. H e t a ught f or on e yea r at William s College, befo r e coming to Rolla, and ha s since tau ght in th e Summ er Session at Col umbia U ni \' e r s i t~' . D r. Dake was a m embe r of Sigma X i, Phi B et a Kal1pa, Gamma A lpha a nd Phi K a ppa Phi , all h onor j'rate rni ti es . H e wa s a lso a m emb er of t he American In st itu te oI Mining Engin eer s, th e Ameri can Association for the Ad ,ancemen t of Science, th e Geologica l Society of America, the America n Associatio n of P et r oleum Geolog ists and t he Society for t h e promotiou of Engineering Ed ucation.-Minel',


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Pi K A Wins Sport Honors During 1933-34 For the second consecntive yea r th e Pi K appa Alpha Fratel'llity h as wo n t h e All-Yea r Trophy for Intramural athletics. T h e Juni or Ind epen d ents were c lose on t h eir h eels and t h e Sigma Pi Hou se was in third place at the finish. Las t year eight sports wer e included in the sch edu le. They Ivere basketball, rifle sh ooting, swimming, track, baseba ll, horses hoes, tennis and golf. In the r ifle shooting t he Lambda Chi boys turned out to be t h e eagle eyes with t he Juniors in secon d place with t h e 1\:l1ppa Sigs in third. Probably t he closest ra ce of th e yea r was baske tball. 'W hen the season closed t h e P i K A's and the Mer cer s wer e tied fo r t h e championship and a th r ee game series was played to decide t h e ,,,inner. The Pi Kaps took the first game by a fairly decis ive scor e, w hil e th e second game was fo r ced in to an overtim e pe riod :md won by t h e P i Ka]ls by one basket. The Triangles fini sh ed t h e season in t hird place. The track meet in the sprin g was aITottie r yerv close race '''ith the Juni ors comin g in the winn e r s by a 'fe,,, points. The Juniors and the Pi K A's wer e on ly a few pa ints apart up untU the time of th e javelin throw and the disclls heave. '['he Juni or s came throngh glorions ly in t h ese e~'en ts to win the m eet by on ly fou l' poin't s . T h e Triang'l es then ca m e to the f r ont and seyer elv t r oun ced ever yone in th e h or seshoe p itchin ,c:. The Pi K 'A's were 1'nnn er up a nd t h e Lambda Ch i's and Juniors were tied for th ird place. / '['h e Pi K A's won the tennis matches and t h e Triano'les and K Rppa Sigs were t ied for secon d place with the Fr~sh­ m en in t hird place. The Senio r s finally got p'oi n g' and ,yon the ch a mpionship on t h e ba seball diamond. The Sigma Pi 's were second a nd t h e Jnniors and t he Lambda Chi's tied for thinl ]llace. '1'h e Sigma Pi 's took their first in the go lf m atches. The Pi K A's were second and the S igm a N:u 's and Juniors wer e tI ed for thi r d place. ' -Th e a ll-star team fo r basketball i s as fo llows: FIRST TEAM Fo r ward , Beard, T riangl e. Capt. For ward. Marxe r . Mercier s Center , Grimm, T ri a ng le G uard, Holz, F r eshman Guard , Alward, Mercier s SECOND TEAM Forwar d, Coghill , Sigma N u Fonvard, Ho we, Pi K A Cen ter, Mashek, Lambda C.hi , Capt. Gua r d, Hubbard, K appa Sig Gnard, Towse, Pi K A Beard was voted the most valu able player to a n y team and he also set a n ew r ecord for hi gh point scorin g during t h e season. The pOints that were sco r ed b y th e Pi K A's and t h e Juniors, the leade r s, fo ll ow: Pi K A : Basketball 75.5, rifle 6, swimming 8, track 12.5, baseball 28, h or seshoes 4. tenni s 8, and golf 6, tota l 148. Junior s : basketball 30.5, rifle ] 0, swimming 27, track 23.75, baseball 41.5, hor se s hoes 3, tennis 0, golf 3, tota l 138.75.-1l1'ine1'.

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George F. Barnwell, g r aduate stucl ent a n d former in:::tru cto r in the Geology Depa r tmen t is nOlv with t h e Stand a rd Vacum Oil Co., a nd is located at Neder landsche 1\:olonia le Petrole um Mij., Post Box 109, The Hagu e, Holland. Walter F. Lottmann has accepted a pOSition with the Monsanto Ch emical Compan y at their East St. Loui s Plant. E. L. McReynolds, who has been . with the General Steel Castin gs Com pany at Gran i te Ci ty, Ill.. is nOlv at Rolla, workin g on an F. E. R. A. proj ect, under t h e direction of t h e Burea u of Mines.

'V. Lee Couch of Hll!miba l, Mo., i s attend in g Kirksville Teachers Coll ege.

35 Civils Make Trip M. S. M. Group Inspects Work on Locks at Alton,

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Lt.-CoL Daley Conducts T our Abou t thirty-five C. E.'s and eighty faculty m ember s were g uest s of Lt. Col. E . L. Daley last Thursday in a n in spection tou r of the constru ction work on the locks at Alton, Illinois. Lt. L loyd of the Co rp s of Engineers, acted as h ost for the "i s ito1's, and a well planned and inte r estin g d ay was spent in seeing this la rge project. The loc ks at Alton are to be used n con junc tion with a dam to be built across the Mississippi a t that point. Thi s p.roject is on l~' one of twenty-seven t h at are to be built between St. Louis and St. Paul as a m eans of obtaining a ,1'eur-ronnd (;halll~e l for n av igation . Th e total projec t cost will be a lJou t $150,000,000. A synops is of th e trip wo uld best serve to describe the eye ntful day:. '['he g r oup, in abo ut six car s, left Rolla at G :00 a . m. alld a ni ved at the ' Government Boat Yard at th e foot of A r senal Str eet, St. Lonis, at about 9 :00 a. m. H ere car s we re furni s h ed by the Co rps of Engineers and the party ,vas driven to Alton , Illinois. A brief description of the project was outlined w ith th e aiel of maps in the office of Lt. Lloyd a t Alton a nd the party then divided into s m a ll groups, each with a g Uide. '['hese gTOUpS t h en in s pected t h e work which is in a ll stages of constrn ction. At t h e s ite of the d am and locks, bed-rock li es between 100 and 150 feet bel ow the river bed. This fact n ecessitated . that th e huge stru cture be built on a pile foundation. '1'0 this en el , hundreds of timber, concr ete. a nd steel p iles a r e being driv en in the ri ver bed. Thi s wo rk is being ca r ried on in a sheet-pile cofferd a m whi ch is nearly a quarter of a m ile lon g a nd a,bout 200 ya rds wiele. In order that the site co uld be k ept dry '''hile the wo rk was g:oing_ol1 au intricate system of wpH-poin ts ~ driven down around the work a nd attach ed to power fo l centrif ~1 ga l pumps. This system keep s the foundation in a practically dry s t ate w hile the ri ver i s more than twenty feet deep on the outs id e of the coffer dam. 'l'he lock system w ill con si st of one m a in lock a nd auxiliary lo ck. The m a in lo ck w ill be 600 f eet long between th e gates an d 110 feet wid e. The a uxilia r y will be only 300 feet long but of the same width. The huge walls and appUl·tenant work s a r e being built of r e -info r ced concr ete. The mix in g and plaCing of the concrete on this proj ect employs a sistem of batchers, mixers a nd co n veyer s whiCh make it poss i ble to pour a la r ge quantity of concrete in a sh ort period of tim e. Approx im ate~y 250,000 cubic ya rd s of material and 7,000.000 pounds of r e,inforcing w ill be placed in the wa lls. The forms are built of lumbe r lin ed w ith 3-ply ven eer which aids in achieve in g a smooth form-finish. The conc r e te is poured very dry but pneumatic I'ibrator s a r e u sed to compact the material. Anoth er interesting feature of the work i s the necessity of b uilding an in ter cepti n g sewer to convey the sewage of Alton through th e locks. This se wer i s to be placed 011 a separate pile and wood, cri b between t h e bank and th e lock wa ll. Following the in spection of th e \york s, the g r oup went aboa rd the governm en t push-boa t , "Ma mie S . Banett," whi ch was tied up at Alton . A d elightfu l lun ch \vas served lJulIet s.l' tle with th e complimen ts of t h e captain . 'While lun ch was served t h e lin es were cast off a nd the stea m er sta r ted down t h e rive r . The boys had th e f r eedom of the boat and innumerable questiOns we r e asked as t h party proceeded down-river. The boat docked at the Arsena l Str ee t vard s at about 3 :30 p . m. H er e, the boys picked up th e ~ars which brought them and motored ou t. Some stayed to heal' M r. J. K. \Vals h , of the Board of Curator s, who gave a lecture on blasting materials at t h e E ngin ee r s Club. The r emflinedr of the party r etu rn ed immediatly to Rolla. T h e t r op was of g r ea t value to the Civils a nd of unusual interest. 'l'h e kindnesses shown by the Corps of Engineers wer e fully appr ecia ted by the party. The 1l1'ine1·.

Missouri S&T Magazine, November 10, 1934  

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Missouri S&T Magazine, November 10, 1934  

Copyright is held by the University of Missouri. The Missouri S&T Magazine is available for free personal, non-commercial and educational us...