Missouri S&T Magazine, April-May 1946

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MSM ALUMNUS Missouri School of Mines and Metallurgy ROLLA . MO,

VOLUME 20

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APRIL-MAY, 1946

Another New Unit Nearing Completion

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Bureau of Mines Here

Thi s fine, new brick buil ding is the latest addition to th e ex pandin g U.S . Bu reau of Mine s here. a nother unit in an exte nsive developm ent pla nned by the Bur eau. Located o n Highway 66 we st between 13th and 14 th s treets. it becomes an o ut s tandin g landmark to Rolla's developm en t and prog re ss. At right in back g ro un d i s a g limp se of a nother unit-the z in c pilot pla nt.

A joint m ee ti ng of t he Ho ll a and St. Loui s sec tion s of t he Ame ri ca n Soc ie ty fo r M e ta ls w ho se m e mb e rs hip co ns is t s of promin e n t meta llur g is ts int e res te d in th e d eve lopm e n t, processing a nd fa brication of m e ta ls a nd '1 llo ys, wa s h eld in Roll a o n Sa turda y, Ap r il 27. Th e m ee tin g had bee n ar r a n ge d by C. Y. Cl a y ton , Profess or of Meta llur gy at th e :Mi ss ouri Sc hool of l\II in es an d Tr us tee of t he M S M g roup of th e me ri ca n Society fo r M e tal s, C. Travi s A nd e rs o n, C h ief, Rolla Divi s ion , l\I e ta llur g ica l B ra nc h, U.S . B ur ea u of l\Iin es , a nd D. F. Wa ls h, A ss is ta nt Profess o r of M e tallur gy a t th e Sc hool of Min es. Thi s wa s th e lirs t joint me e t ing to be he ld in Roll a si nce 19-+0, and its be in g he ld a t t h is tim e was pa rtl y a res ul t of rece nt a c ti v iti es of t he B ur ea u of Min es in th e li e ld of m e t a llur gy . Th e g ro u ps tour e d th e new B ur eau of Min es bu ildin g on Bi s ho p ave nu e (U.S. Hi g h wa y 66) be tw ee n 13th a nd l-+th s tr ee t s, s hown in th e p hoto g raph , a nd th e ne w A llo ys a nd Ph ys ical T es tin g La bo ratory on Nagogam i road, w hi c h w ill be use d lar ge ly fo r t hi s t ype of wo rk Dr. R. S. D ea n, Ass is tan[ Di rec tor of th e B u rea u of Min es a nd a g raduat e o f th e Mi ss o uri Sc hool of Min es a nd l\I eta llu rgy w ho se pi c tur e a ls o appea rs honored th e g roup b v Ili s prese nce, a nd pa l'2

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tici pate d in th e prog ra m as a g ues t s pea ke r. \ Vhil e in R ol l<\ he a lso con fe rr ed with A nd e r so n o n fur t he r .Hur ea u \\'o rk ;lio ng thi s lin e. T he fol lowin g prog ra m wa s a rran ge d: R EG I ST R AT I Of\ - Sta rti ng at 10:00 a.m. in th e ~ I eta l­ lu r gy Buildin g o n t he ca mpu s of t he .\Ii sso u ri Sc ho o l of Min es a nd M etallu r gy. RU R EAG O F :MI NES AN D CA Ml'C S T L'R-T he B ur ea u of l\Iin es faci liti es \\'as ope ne d fo r visitors fro m 1:00 to 3 :00 p.m. Arran ge m e nt s had bee n made for the tran;; po rtation of g uests. TE CH N TCA L SESS I OK-A t ec hni ca l sess ion of t he Soc ie ty, with C. Tr avis Ande rso n as C hai rm a n, \\'as he ld in Room 123 of th M e tallur gy Buildin g at 3 :00 p.m. Th e prog ranl fo r th e occas io n \vas as fo ll ows:

3 pm ,-"G rai n S izes Produ ce d b y Recrys ta lli zat ion and Coa lesce nce in Co ld-ro ll ed Ca rtri cl~ c Br~ss "- Har o ld L. \ \fa lke r, Professor o f l\I e ta llurg ica l E ngi nee rin g- a nd H ea d of th e D epa r tme n t of Minin g a nd M eta llur gy, 'C n i,'ersit " of Illinoi s. -+:30 p.nl.-' ¡Th e Pre pa ration and l 'rope r lies of Du c tile (Co ntt llu ed

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Plans Announced for 75th Anniversa ry

P rominent MSM Graduate Attends American Societ y for Met als Meeting

H o m eco min g, Meetin gs, to F eature Birt h day

Th e fol l ow i n g Mi sso ur i Sc hool of ivIi n es, Ro lla, M0., w ill celeb rat e it s p eo pl e a tt nd ed th e S venty-fifth Anniversa ry in a w ee k of festiviti s b eg innin g America n Society of Nov. 2, it wa s a n nounc ed by D an Cu rti s L . \ ,Vil so n today . IVl e tal s meet ing h e ld 111cluded in th w ee k' s ac tiviti es will b e E n g in ee r' s a nd in Rolla on th e MS1[ Parent' s Da y, No\·. 2; Homecomin g, Nov. 9; th e llI ee tin g of ca m pu s on A pri I 27: t h l\I iss ou r i A ca d m y of Scie nc , Oct. 3 1 to ~ov. 2; a nd th e C. Tr:1V is ;\ nde rs on, m ee tin g of t h e l\1 isso uri Sect io n of th e Society for th e Proh ea d of th e LJ.S. Burmo t io n of E ng in ee rin g Ed uca t io n. ea u of M ines in RolT h e memb e rs of th e Sey nty-fifth A n niv e rsa r y ele b ra la, C ha rl es 1. Clayt on , t io n ommitte e appoint ed by D ea n \ Vi lson are Dr. \ V. T. p rof 5. 0r of ,vI talSc h r en k, c hai r m a n of t he Chemical Engin ee rin g depa rtlur g y M S i\I, Dr. R. me nt ; B. Butl e r, chairma n of th e i,·il E n gi nee rin g deD ea n, assista nt d irecpa r tm ent ; P r of. H . R . Ha nl ey, ch ai r ma n of th e de partm e nt to r of t he U .S.B ur a u of M e ta llur g ica l E n g in ee rin g ; P r of. 1. H . Lovet t, E lec t r ica l of Min es , F .S.F.lfr ed, E ng in ee rin g depa r tm en t; D r. P. G. Hero ld, cha irma n of th e ge ne ral ma na ge r of Ce r amic E n g ineer in g de partme n t; Prof. \ V . .f. J ense n, Phyth e O lin I nd us tri es, s ic s de pa r tme n t; Prof. S. H . Lloy d, cha irman of th e Eco] nc., of A lton, 111. , H . nom ics de partm e nt; Prof. F. E. D enn ie, l1 at he mati cs deR. Han ley, profess or pa r tm ent; Prof. R. Z. vVil liams, ch ai rma n of t h e lvIecha n ics of M e ta llur gy )vISj'vI, d e pa rtm e nt. Ka r l K ers h ne r, proSpec ial Co m mitt ees for t he Se"e n ty -fifth A nni " e rsary fess or o f C he mi st ry in clude t he fo ll ow in g : MS lII , C. J. M o nr o e, T h e Mi sso uri Aca demy of Scien ce ommitt ee-Dr. L. E. prof esso r of C h em W oo d wa rd , ch a ir ma n ; P ro f. L. hri tia n so n ; 1\I r. \V. \V . is t ry M ;"1 , D. L. Ga ndy; Dr. P. G. He rold ; Prof. K. K , Ker s hn e r. ,r oo d ie , a dmi ni s traD R. R. S. D E AN Th e Socie ty fo r th e P ro m o t io n of E ng inee r in g Ed ucation liv sec r eta r y of th e A ssis ta n t Direc to r of U . S. B u r ea u of Mines MSi\lI .'\I u m l~ i A ss oan d g r adu a t e o f MSM , w h o spoke h e r e, omm itt ee - Dr. 'vV . T . Sc hr en k, cha irm a n ; .E rof. ]. B. B ut ler ; P r o f. . Y. Clay to n ; D r. O.R. G raw e ; Dr . . B. Gues t. cia t io n, D. F . \ Va ls h , p r ofes so r of Me ta llur gy ,vI M, Ha r ry A hl .1 r., V. A nce ll , M r. A rm a nd, Cha rl es C. Ba rn et t J r., T he Hi s tory Com mi t tee- M r. . N. Ro b r ts, chai r man; W ill ,am 8a rn d t, J o hn D . Berw ick Jr. , E. J. Be w ig, J. H . P r of. M. H . Cagg; Prof. F. E. De nni e ; P r of. O. A. H en nin g ; Bow en, Yi ctor L. I ra df o rd , Geo r ge B u rr o w, Jo hn D . B ur sh , P ro f. S. H . Llo yd . 'vV. A. Ca lh o un, a rl H . Cotte rill , Ge orge P . D a hm , H . C. T h e Co nv o cat io n Co mmittee- I r of. E. A. Goodh ue, chairDam r o n J r., Geo r ge H . D avis, M. L. D orri s, B. F. E ddi e, m a n ; Mr. Ga le B ullman; M r. ]. B. Ca rp e n ter ; P r of. \ V. J. R W . E r w in, P h ilip C. Fa br e, A r th ur R. Fe inbu e r g, M . M . J en se n ; D ea ll Cur ti s L. \ V ilso n. F in e, R. B. F is he r, R ich ar d Foll o wi ll , J. S. Ford , C ha rl es T. T he P r inti n g o m mi tl ee- l rof. H . R. H a nl ey, chai rman; Fox, Ca r lo s Go r e, Cha rl es H . Gors ki, K eit h G ra \'es , O. R M r. :-Joe l H ubba rd ; I r of. R L. 'vVh iti n g . G rawe, p rof ess or o f Mi ne ra lo gy MS)VI, D . M . H a n so n, E dT he P ubli c it y Co m m ittee- P rof. J. J . J elin k, chairl11:1n; wa rd H a rt s ho rn e, R oe E. Ha ss Ib rin g, Ca rl H ec hin ge r, Mr. C. E. Boy d ; a nd Mr. R. H . ' Ve be r. Ch ar ll's J\. ['r e ue r, F. J. Ho ert el, Ru luff H o ll e mb ea k,'Wi ll ia m I t was a nn o un ced b y Mr. F. C. Schn ee b er ge r, p r esi den t of H o ll is, E. J. H o ll o we ll, M . N . Ho lt g r ieve, IVIart in Hu e tke r, A. H. I,. Hu nni us, E d ga r H un t, K ay K. Ike uye, Ca r l Jo h nk, t h e Mi ss o uri Sc hoo l of M ines A lu m n i Ass o cia ti o n th a t t h K \V. Kan le r, Ri cha rd F . K ell e r, 'vV. J. K e r m e r, M . L. a lumn i wo uld a lso pa rt ic ipa te in th e cele b r ation La ema n, A . Le gs d in, p ro fe ss or of Jvlin e ra l D r e in g M S i\I , Acco rdin g t o l1r. C. N. R o b ert , chairma n of t h e H is tory E dw a rd G. L itt ell , J. L. Mc Ginni s, \ V. C. Ma g ru der Jr. , RopCommitt ee, a h is t o ry of l1i sso uri Sch oo l o f Min is now c rt F. M eye rs, Cla rk Mi n er, E dmund G. Mit ch ell , S. M. b ein g p r e pared a nd w ill b e rea d y for di str ibu t io n t he \V ee k Mo ll oy, L. 'vV. Mor r ell, 'vVi lli a m F. Mox l e r, R a lp h F . Mu elof th e a n niy ersa ry ce le brati o n . I t is a nti cip a ted th at th is hi sle r, R H . 'M uell e r J r., M. H . M urr ay, Mi l to n Nee l, O live r F. to r y w ill b e d ist rib ut ed to h igh choo ls in M is o ur i a s we ll N ie re, Jo r ge Ca sa s N ie to , K. E. N ie\V o eh n er, H . O. N o r da s publi c libra ri es a nd uni ve r iti es a nd co ll eges th rou g h o ut q u ist, Roger No wlin, R. G. O 'Nea ra , J o hn R. Pa tt o n, \ Va lt er th e co un try. -Mi sso uri M i ne r, Ap ril 23, 194 6 . . Pin s, Ge ra ld Po s t:1, R ich a r d H. R odr ia n, R T . R o lu fs, Ro b r t R ueff, vVa lt er Sa le, Fra n k Sc ho fr o, J o hn chork, R o be r t T. , inn o t t, Barc lay E. mit h , E d. J. S t. Ev e, A . G. Sta r lipe r, L ee S. Stog di ll , Jo el T ee l, D e' V il t o n B. Til11 b er/ r m a n, R. C. Tit tel, Prof. J. H . U nd e r woo d, R oy D . Va n Zan te, L'b ' R i H . L . \ Va lke r, \ IV. D. 'vVat e rs, N. M . '\I\fa terbur y a nd O. F . 1 ranan es gns

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DI :-J:-J · R M EET I _ G-Din ne r wa s se J'\'" d at t h e Penna,,! Ta\' e rn at 6:1.:; p.m . \\'i l h D . E. \l\fa ls h as toa s t ma ste r, F. S. Elfred, G n e ral )'hn age r of Ex plo s i\' ;: Di"i :; io n and S taff Excc u ii" e , lin ln d u:'trie s, I nc., ,poke on "T h e F u tur e of l-ig- h t )'l e ta ls. "

A g raduat e of th e Uni\'e rs ity of l\Ii so uri with a H.. in B us in ess Admini s t ration in 19-12, Harry .f. Fi Id s ha s rec ntl y b ee n appoi n ted a ud ito r of th e Sc hoo l of M ines. Si n c hi s rel ea:;e from t he Navy \V h r e h e a\\l actio n in t he P acific in amphi b io us la ndi n g forc es, 1\Ir. Fi eld s has been unplo yc d as an ass is ta n t in t he office of th University

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I t m u s t be re me mb e r ed th at th e Veterans w ho t ook ";:>.11 A toll a d ay " in t h e Pa c ific, and t h o se w h o e ncc1llpass ~ d a co u ple hundred tho u sa nd" u pe r-m e n " a d ay in Ge rm any, ca n't be too patient \vith t h e no r mal democratic r ro cesses when th ese p ro c sses conce r n p lace s to live. If thei r trainin g in a gg r ess iv e n ess h ad b ee n conce r n ed wit h too mu ch of th at pat ience-w h e n ac ti o n was n ecessa ry, we' d all b e eating, no\\', about -100 ca lo r ies per d :y of kraut '1 !a mod e wit h ri ce. 'vVit h rese rvations on th e p e rcenta ge s tati s tic s quoted, w e go a lo n g ]00 % wit h t h e act ion t h e CVA ha s take n and \\'it h thcir p la n s for f utur e act io n.

Campus Veterans to Take Action on Housing Shortage Problem At th e last m c tin g of th e Ca mpu s Vete r a l ~ s Assoc iat ion, h e ld A pril 23 , a res o luti o n to se nd a d e lega tion to se<" P r es id e nt Middl e bus h conc e rnin g t h e h o u s in g s ituation p la nn ed for MSM wa s a d opte d and passe d. I t was a lso d ec id ed w ith fro nt offic e sa n c tion-to se nd K e n Va u g h a n to th e D is tri ct Hou s in g A dmini s tra tion at C hi cago, fol low in g t h e p rese nt se m es te r, to p romo te s p ee dy r e li e f fo r t h e hou s in g s itu a ti on h e r e, T h e CV A a ls o b e li eves t h a t p ress ur e on th e Re;)r ese nt:tti\'e a nd Se n ato r fro m thi s a re a t o t h e Fed e ra l C on g ress wou ld a ls o brin g h e lp fr om t h a t q ua rt e r. A t th e forth co min g' m ee tin g n ex t Tu es da y , Ma y 13, s tat io n e ry , e n ve lop es a nd s tamp s w ill b e mad e avail a bl e, a nd it is d es ir e d that a ll Vete ran s w ill tak e t hi s oppo r tunity to w rit e toVV as hin g ton to inf o rm th e m th e re of our pat h e ti c s itu a tion . -Mi ssouri Miner, 1946.

This Dorm Situation It h as b ecome a c ommon ax iom th at the pr ese nt h ousin gs it uation in Ro ll a is s omet h in g a li ttl e s h ort o f ab s urd. R e n ta ls a nd p ri ces, a s a re in ot h e r part s of th e co untr y, a r e bord e rin g on th e ridi c ul o u s s id e . Th e re h a s b ee n a lot of talk a nd e ffort m ade tow a rd diffe re nt s ol uti on s to th e proble m as is in vo lve d in t h e MSM camp u s but as ye t th e r e h as b ee n n o actio n . A bi g facto r toward t h e s o lu tion of t h e imm e di ate prob lem of h ou s in g M S M s tud e nt s now res ts in th e h a n d s o f t h e Mi ss ou r i L eg is latu r e fo r th e ir approva l ; tha t is a $,:;00,000 dormit o ry to h o u se 300 m e n. Thi s dorm, if it we re n ow o n th e campu s, wo ul d g r eat ly h e lp to a ll ev iat e t h e p r ese nt h o us in g s ho rta ge, but wi t h th e possi b ilit ies of a 7,1 to 100 pe r ce nt in crease in th e e n r o ll me n t !l ex t w int e r, s u c h a d o rmitory must be constructed immediately, Th e few hou s in :; uni t s t h e F ed e ra l g ov e rn m e n t is s uppl y in g wo uldn' t n ea rl y s o lve th e pro bl e m,

A n earl y passage of t h e appropriatio n fo r the 300-m e n do rmitory at MSM is an d mu s t b e ex p ec te d as soo n a< t h e Mi ss o uri G e n e ra l Asse mb ly recon ve n es ea rl y in .May s o t h at co n s tructio n can b eg in thi s s umm e r. It is a ca se of a s-c hoo l dorm n ow or th e loss of m a ny h op es fo r th e sc hoo l' s !llajor e xpan s ion or improvement in t h e yea rs comi n g'.

If an imm e di ate appropriat ion for t h e d o r m is passed b y th e L eg is latur e It wi ll po ss ib ly m ea n t hat MSM ca n expect mo r e bui ldin gs a nd im p r ov e me nt s tha t ha ve b een n(' e ded for so long. Suc h t hi ngs as a s tud e nt cente r, a n e \\' a udi[ o riu m, cc mpl e tion of t h e n ew c h e mi s t ry buildin g , and a :\ o r,,"ood H a ll rep lace m e n t to riel th e ca mpu s of t he pr ese nt ex isti n g ha za rd ous s itu ation, a re a ll to cO lll e before th e Hou se in t h e n ea r fu tur e . A n ew powe r p lant. now u nd e r co n s t ru ct ion , a 300-man d o rmitory a n d a ll th e above li s te d buildin gs a r e a ll in c lud ed in a r e port of t h e sc h o ol' s b are nec ess iti es mad e by the Boa r d of Vi s ito r s in 1 9~-t. T h e s ituation no\\' in 1 9~6 a nd 19-t 7 is much wo rse and MSM is faced \"ith m uc h g r eate r n ee d for the co n s truction pr O~Tam. On ly 1~.-t8 % of a ll th e mon eys a s ke d fo r b uil di n g purpos es at l\I S i\I In t he past tw e nty years has bee n g ranted bv th e L eg is latu re. I t is ou r h ope th at th e ir past record \\¡ill b e g reat ly c han ge d. and g reat ly c h an ge d s oon . l\I S i\I, it til e State of M isso uri wants 1500 to 2000 e n g in ee r s train e d anl'w h e r e n ea r ri g h t, mu st have, as mo st t hi n gs mu s t, mon e}'. First, MSl\I mu st h a\'e mon ey for a do rm itory.

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R olla ;\ft e r a n ab se n ce of seve ra l yea r s, that jov ial littl e man, Saint P atrick, a ga in v is it ed t h e ~I1 Sl\1 ca m p us . A lthou g h c la sses w e r e o ve r Thu rs day a t mid-da y, it w as not until frid ay a ft e rnoon that St. P a l him se lf put in a n app ear a n ce. H e arriv c d a t the Fri sco d e pot on a hand ca r w h il e a round 1-100 pe opl e bid him w e lcom e. It was a c olorful s ig ht to wat c h him lea d th e parad e of flo a ts throu g h th e ce nt e r of town to P a rk c r Ha ll for th e Kni g htin g ce r e mony. Th e P i Kap pa A lpha frat e r n ity won fir s t pri ze for th e bes t looki n g Roat with Tr ian g le capturin g seco n d. S t. Pat wa s clad in a Rowin g e m e rald g r ee n cloak and g own wit h a h ig h s il ve r- hu c d hat. H e wa s accompani ed b y hi s two pa ges and w h ile in Par ke r Hall, two g ua rd s we r e po s te d a t th e d oors to tak e ca r e of t he u n rul y . A lar gc numbe r of th e fait h ful (Fros h) carri e d s hi ll a lah s of ,-ariou s s izes and s ha pes_ A s in th e o ld da ys, S t. Pat kni g ht ed t he se nior s in be tw ee n di sc uss io n s and r e mark s abo u t th e campu s and it s peop le. Tw e nt y-five se nior s ki ssed th e "B larn ey Ston e " whi le S t. _P at h e ld t he sce ptor ove r th e ir he ad s. A round of s ocia l eve nt s fill e d th e da ys and ni g ht s of th e e n g in ee rs a nd t he ir ladi es in honor of th e ir pat r on s aint. Im me diat e ly aft e r t he kni g htin g ce r e mony, th e 19-16 Q uee n of Lo ve a nd B eauty, Mi ss L e nor e Jon es of Rolla, ga v e a t ea dan ce at t he Pari s h Ho use for all Min e r s. U s in g th e Pari s h Hou se for t he ir se ttin g , ig m a Nu frater n ity he ld an o pe n hou se t ea dance o n Saturday aft e rnoo n. Th e co s tum c b,d l with -t he coronation ce remoni es wa s r e mini sce n t of old tim es . Th e c ourt , pr es id ed over b y S t. Pat, c o n s is t e d of hi s Qu ee n of Lo ve and B eauty, he r t e n maid s of honor, a flow e r g ir l and bo y, a nd th e Qu ee n 's t,,-o att e ndant s . T he formal ba ll on S aturd ay e ,-e nin g wa s th e c rownin g ev e nt of th e 35t h S t. Pat' s ce le bration. Som e a lumni we r e a b le to be prese nt , b u t th e r e ar e a lr ead y plan s afoot fo r a bi gge r and be tt e r ce lebrat ion in honor of th e e n g in ee r 's patron saint next ye ar. It is hop ed that man y mor e a lumni ,,·il l be ab le to c om e to Rol la for t h is "mu s t" eve nt. Th e patron sai n t of th e e n g ill ee r s wa s born a b o u t 387 A.D. in Ir e la nd, a nd it wa s in h is nati ve la n d t hat h e r e ce iv e cl "th e ca ll " Althou g h h e had no ea sy tim e of it, St. Pat le ft hi s mark on h is pe opl e and hi s work wa s ineradica bl e. A s earl y as 1737 in Am e ric a a g roup of I ri s h "ge nt le m e n and m e rc hant s " " m e t cOIll-iv ia lly. " Ge orge 'Va s hin g ton m a d e th e day of S t. Patri c k a holid ay clurin g th e R e ,-o lu tionar y vVar , a nd vV as hin g to n w as known to r e m a rk " I , too, am a 10" e r of S t. P a tri ck' s Da y ." So throu g h th e yea r s s on gs, ve r ses a nd lege nd s ha ,-e becom e a ss o c iat ed with th e nam e of S t. P a tri c k, a nd h e r e on th e M S M camp us 1t is the d ay o f th e yea r .

Chicago Section St. Pat's Celebration By E, H, C O O K ' 27

Th e C hi cago Sec tion o f th e M S M Alu mni wit h th e ir wiv es , s wee t h eart s and g ues t s ga t h e r ed :It H u yl e r' s R cs t a urant on lV1ar c h ]6 to h onor S l. P a t, th e Patro n Saint of A ll E n g inee r s. O ld ac qu a intan ces w e r e r e n e w e d a nd ne ll' ac qu a inta n ces m a d e at th e rece ption in th e Ro se Room a t 6 :30 p.m, D inn e r w as se n -e d at 7 :30, a ft e r whi c h a n eve nin o- o f cjqp ci n g and soc ia bilit y w as e njo ye d b y a ll. A t variou s ti m es dur in g th e eve nin g, th e old - m a es tro , B ill Sc hw e ik a rdt '28 p r es id e~1 a t th e p ia no a nd a ll e njo ye d s in g in 'y " Th e 1-linin g E n g in e r " an d m a n y old a nd new favo r ites, A t th e h o ur o f t"-e h 'e a ll we r e say in g "Go o d ni g ht- be se in g yo u n ex t St. P a tri ck 's ]J ;;y. " Tho se p r ese n t w e r : ~Ir. a nd Mr s. A. :\ . De tw e il e r '1 0; M r. a nd Mr s . ./. R. K e nn ey '12 a nd d a ug ht e r; ilIr. an d iI'l rs. C. A. vVall ex-'2-1; 1I r . and Mr s. E rwin Gamm e t e r '26i'vIr. and Mr s. C. L. Kit c h e n ex-'26 ; Mr. and ~I r s . E . H . Coo k '2 7; Mr . a nd Mr s .\tV m, Sc hll' e ic kh a rdt '28; Mr. a nd Mr s. C. vV.J o hn 50n '29 ; Mr. a nd Mr s_ Edw . R ege nh a rclt '30 , ~I r. a nd Mr s, ./ o hn E. H ar r o d '3.~; Mr. a nd Mr s. H a rl a n K . H ov t '3.'i; ilIr. a nd 11r5_ W . R B ur goy n '35; :-1 r. a nd Mr s, H.-j. Y OU ' RE EXPECTED

By BAR N EY N U DELMA N , Chai rma n

Th e Lo s A n ge les Sec tion of th e A lumni Associatio n h Id a mo s t int e r es tin g S t. Pa t m ee tin g at th e M e lod y La ne R es taura nt in Los An ge les on F rid ay, M a r c h 15. Th e mee tin g was p rece d e d b y a fa ir a mount of e lbow b e ndin g in hon o r o f S t. P a t and in m e mor y of th e ood o ld da ys wh e n t h ca rryin g ca pac ity of mo s t of us wa s a g r eat d ea i be tt e r th a n it i. toda y _ A ca rd of g ree tin g fr o m T ed L y nton , r ecei ,-ed ju s t prior to hi s d e partu r e for F ran ce, was rea d. As pr ev iou s ly announ ce d, T e d w h o has b ee n on e of our m·o s t ard e nt a nd a c ti ve a lu m n i, is on leave from t h" S tandard O il Co mp a ny at th e re q ues t of th e Fre nc h Go ve r n m e n t, to a ss um e full c har ge of th e t raini n g of Fr e nc h pe tro le um e n g inee r s. Lik e wi se .r ead and mu c h e n joye d by th e -m e mu e r s hip, was a le n g th y s croll of M S M r e min isce n ces by th e la t e ha rl ey P ark e r which h e ha d se nt to T e d L y nton be for e hi s d ea til a nd w h ich T e d had se nt on to us b e for e g oin g oy e rseas, Th e m ee tin g con c lud e d with s om e se riou s di ,;c uss ion o f th e "Ras o r P la n," d isc usse d at our pr e,-iou s m ee tin g_ nd c r th e plan s u gges t e d by Ja c k Ra sor, th e sc ho o l " -oLlid e nd ea ,-or to sec u re th e coop e ra tion of indus try alon g th e lin es of th e S t andard O il' s coope r ation with th e Fre nc h g ov e rnm·e nt. It is fe lt t hat both indu s try and th e sc hool wou ld b e n e fit if in du s try wou ld g iv e a y ea r 's leav e 0 1 ab se nce to s om c of t h e ir mo s t pro'11i s in g t e c h ni ca l m e n, ,·,-iih a t lea s t part pay. T hese m e n wou ld t eac h for o ne v ea r aild at th c sam e tim e hay e th e opport u nity for s om e ~dditional po s tg ra d uate s t udy, with th e sc hool maki n g up th e diff re nce b e tw ee n th e man' s lea ve of ab se nce pay and h is full s a la ry. Th e r e 'wou ld b e no fi nan c ia l s a c r ifi ce e ntail ed on th e part of th e sele cte d indi,-idua ls. Th e sc hool wou ld be n c!it from th e infu s ion of up - to -dat e pra c ti ca l t ec hniqu e, a nd indu s try wo uld b e nefi t b y t he a dditiona l trainin g a nd ad m in is trati,-c exp e ri e nc e th e ir m c n wo uld sec u r e und e r thi s p ro g ram. ' ''' h il e t he Lo s A n ge les S ec tion has ass um ed th e sp on sors hip o f thi s fin e plan s u gges te d by Ja c k Ra zor, w e ha '-e no d es ir e to limit it to our own Sec tio n. W e would v e ry mu ch w e lco 1~le an int e rc ha n ge of id ea s from ot he r Se ctio ns in th e hop e o f maki n g thi s pla n r ea ll y wor kab le. Tho se prese nt we r e a s fo llow s : Mr. and illr s. C. R Forb es ; M r . R . A . Ti e mann ; Mr. Fra nk O . Bl a ke ; Mr. and lvlr s . D a ni e i E. Huffm a n; Mr . Wil liam M . Rod ge rs; 1·1 r. and Mr s. Barn ey , N ud e lm<tn; Mr. a nd Mr s _ C ha r les Dres bac h; ?lIr. A . L. " Do c" M c Ra e; l'v[i ss E leanor M c Ra e; ~Ir s. Je ss ie Hell e r B o ye r ; lIrr . L e o nard C. S pi e r s ; Mr. a nd ~[r s . N. 11. Lawr e nce ; ~Ir. v'll:lr r e n E . Te n Eyc h.

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A s of Ma r c h 12,1 946, I se nt o u t to eac h of th e m e mb e r s of thi s ommitt ee a le tt e r de s ig ned to o bt a in th e react ion of th e variou s memb e r s a s to th e poss ibiliti es a nd function s of th e Comm itt ee. T he r ep lies to my le tte r , follow thi s r e por t. Of th e tw e lve m em be r s written, fi ve r e p li es h ave b ee n r ece ive d to dat e. Th ese repli es indi ca te ge n e ra l a g r eem e nt th at o ur co ll ege a nd uni ve r s ity e n g in ee rin g ed ucat ion s hould in c lud e mo r e of th e lib era l art s, a nd t hat probab ly th e fi na l solution to o ur pro bl em would b e to e xt e nd t he t e rm o f ed ucat ion to fi ve or s ix y ear s . I hav e sec ure d a tabulation of curri c ul a r cov e rin g th e fou ry ear pe trol e u m e n ::rin e e rin g co ur se of 19 s c ho o ls thr o ug hou t th e Un it ed Stat es, and hav e li s te d a r ecapit ul ation s howin g t h e av e rage curri c ul a r, MS1vI , Colorado Sc ho ol of Min es , New M ex ico Sc hoo l of Min es , and S tanfor d U n iv e r s it y. An exa min a ti o n of thi s in d e t a il is quite interes tin g , a nd it seem s ra th e r pe rtin e nt to me that Mr. L es t e r U r e n comp il ed th e data, "E ng li s h , ec o nomi cs, law , mil itary s ci e nce, phy s ica l e du cat io n, Am e rican g o ve rnm e nt, and s o fo r th ," a ll into on e cla ss ifica tion. vVhil e w e a re not pa rti c ul a rl y int e res t ed in th e pe tr ole u m c urri c ular, t hi s re port do es r e prese nt con s ide ra bl e labol' and i ve ry lik e ly ty p ical of th e oth e r e ng inee rin g co ur ses. I wou ld lik e to r ecomm e nd t he re adi n g of Mr. U re n 's ar ti c le, " So, Yo u \Va nt to be a Pe t rol e um En g in ee r ?" I find it q uite in te res tin g . Mr. V re n v irtuall y s ubj ec ts th e p ro s pe c ti ve s tud e nt to a ps y c hoa na lys is. It ma y w e ll b e t hat s uc h a sc re e nin g method would b e hi g hl y d es irab le and pro ba bl y s hould be in du lge d in b y ou r uni ve r s iti es . If m y und e r s ta ndin g is co rr ect, th e a rm e d fo r ces util ize d th is s c ie nce IllOSt e ffec ti ve ly. I wi s h to q uo te a fe w s ta te m e n t s by M r. U re n th a t I co ns id e r pe r ti ne nt to o ur s tudy . " E ng in ee ring c urri c ula a r e often cr iti c lzc d fo r th e ir lack of provi s io n of tim e for s ubj e ct s affo rdin g a mor e c ultur e d back g ro un d. Adm it e dly, co urses in la n g ua ges , hi s to ry, th e fine a rt s, and vari o us li fe sc ie n ce s would d eve lop a brand of e ng in ee r be tt e r e quipp ed to m e e t li fe's pro bl e m s. A foury e a r e ng in ee rin g co urs e, ho wev e r, d o es not afford ti me for mor e t ha n a limit ed e ffor t on ot he r th a n t ech ni ca l s ubj ect s. If on e w is hes to d eve lo p a broad er bac kg round for hi s profess ional car ee r, he s ho uld d ev ot e o ne o r mor e a dditi o na l y e ar s to hi s education. A s ix-ye ar co ll eg ia t e co ur se, th e fir s t two or thr ee of w hi ch ar e s pent in a Coll ege of L e tt e r s, p rovi d es o ne s o lu tion for t h is probl em . Anoth e r plan s ometimes fo ll ow ed in vo lves ext e ndin g th e ordin a ry fo u r-ye ar p ro g ra m to fiv e yea r s, leav in g s ome of th e tim e in eac h ye ar for nont e c hni ca l s ubj ec t s. E ve n a four-y ea r pro g r am s hould provi d e a fe w se lec ti ve unit s that ma y a fford opportunity for 'off-sc he du le' int e res ts." " To e na bl e youn g m e n be tt e r to und e rs tand th e ir c iv ic o bli ga tion s in d e mo c racy, mo s t coll eges p resc rib e a c o ur se in · Am e ri ca n g ove rnm e nt, and 'la nd- g rant ' c oll eges r e quir e t wo yea r s o f traini n g in mi litary or nava l s c ie nce o f a ll ab le bod ie d m al e s tud e nt s. A n org aniz ed course in ph ys ical e ducation is a d es ira bl e a ddition to eve ry se m es t e r 's pro g ram. " "In t he fut ur e, if on e wou ld have a n ad vant age o ve r hi s comp e tit or'> in ind us tr y, h e m us t s pe nd m ore t ha n four yea r s in coll ege a nd pe rh a ps beco m e a ca ndidat e fo r a m a ste r 's, e ng in ee r 's, or do cto r 's d eg r ee ." "Atte ndin g a co ll ege or uni ve r s ity s ho uld m ea n s om e thin g mor e th a n m e re tra inin g fo r a p r o fess ion. It is a p l;'l ce w he re on e s hould ;'Ic qui r e a phil osop h y of life, a n outl o ok tow a rd s oci e ty, a nd a kn o wl ed ge a nd un d e r sta ndin g of c u lt u ra l va lu es th a t wi ll e nri c h al l futur e yea rs." " Am o ng th e fac ult y of eve ry c oll ege o r uni ve rs it y a re a t lea s t a few m e n who by th e ir e nthu s ias m a nd d ev otion to th e ir t eac hin g be come a n ins pira tion to a ll a bo ut th e m. 2

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" An int e lli ge nt c hoice of a n in s tituti on in w hi c h to re ce ive ;l pe tr o le um e n g in ee rin g e ducation s ho uld , of co ur se, be ba sed upo n a co n s id e ratio n of th e c ha ract e r of th e t ea c hin g pe r s onn e l, th e phy s ica l fa c ilit ies availabl e for ins tru c tion in thi s a nd re lat ed fi e ld s, and th e ge ne ral r e p u t a tion and pr es ti g'e of th e in s titution amo n g tho se w h o e mploy it s g raduat es ." " T he o ld ada ge t h;lt a co ll ege ma y be s imp ly a lo g w it h a qu a lifi e d s tud e n-t e a ge r to learn on on e end an d a g ood t eac h e r on th e ot he r, is s ti ll not a ba d g uid e in makin g a c hoi ce. Ma ss ive g ra ni te buildin gs w ith m arb le ;; ta inny> aad bronz e door s, s urround ed b y la nd scap ed g roun d s, do not n ecessari ly mak e a g r ea t univ e r s it y . S uc h a se t tin g ma y al s o hou se a m asole u m ." "T he on e ess e ntial thin g is compe te nt t ea c he r s ; m e n capa bl e of g ivin g in s pi rat io n to th e yo uthful min d . .. " I wi s h a ls o to offe r s om e ad d it io na l q uot ation s that appl y to our p robl em . R e ce ntl y , in D e troit t he Natio nal A ss o c ia tion of Ma nufa ct ur e r s a nd th e Nat ional Ed ucat ion A ss o c ia tion joined III s ponsorin g a Confe r e n ce be tw ee n Indu s try a nd Ed ucatio n fo r di s c uss io n of prob le m s a nd proj ec t s of m utu a l int e,es t. Th e fo ll owi n g quotation s ar e from a n ad dr ess by Nfl'. B. Edwi n Hutchinson. "Th e e;,d obj ec ti ve of ed uca t ion is t he mak in g of m e n a nd wom e n, in th e hi g h es t se n se o f th o se word ,; . E d uca tion is t he in s pirat ion and g uidan ce of c hildh ood thr ou g h yo uth to a round e d maturity of ad ulth ood. Fo r education to b e trul y s uccess fu l, It s e nd p roduct mu s t be m e n and women w ho ha ve d eve loped c ha ra cte r at th e s am e tim e that th ey hal-e acquire d knowl ed ge. \ 'V e ca n train anima ls, but th e e du cation of a man is a human awake nin g . Sp e cific trainin g in th e art s a nd trad es he lp s th e indi vidual to lead a no r ma l, usef u l, and co-op e rati ve life in th e communit y, but t tli s, it s e e m s to m e, is not th e p r ima ry-it is a se co nd ary aim o f edu cation. vYh e n th e primary empha s is of edu catio nal a c t iv it y is divert ed t o s uc h avow edl y utilita r ian e nd s 3S m e re trai nill g', it ca n, a nd on occa s ion do es , d egen e rat e into s uc h ev il manifes tation s a s th e n? zi youth o r g an ization s a nd tr a inin g s c hoo ls, wh e r e a ll se nse of tr u th in t he hum a n mind is s ma s he d, a ll mo ra l va lu es a r e pe r ve rt ed, a nd th e ind iv idu a l is r e lega te d t o th e position of b e in g m e r e ly a pa r t of t he t ec hni ca l e quipm e n t of th e s ta te." " I a m s ugges ti n g to y ou teac h e rs th a t t he rea ; prob le m to be fa ce d in y ou r fi e ld is not how we ca n t rain mor e a nd bett e r plumb e r s, do c to r s, m ec ha ni cs , law ye rs, e n g inee r s, a nd w ha t not, but ho w we ca n r ea r s uccess ive ge ne ra tion s of fr ee m e n a nd wom e n wi ,t h th e co ur age, th e v is io n,a nd th e w is d o l;' t o prese r ve, c ulti va t e, a nd im p ro ye t he fin es t he ri tage m a nkind has ye t d ev ise d" " Th e la bora to ry, th e m an ua l tr a inin g c lasses, t he co o kin g sc h o ol s, ha ve th e ir place In o ur ed ucat ion a l parap h e r na li a a s e du cat iona l t o ol s to imp r ess t he mind s a nd imbu e th e so ul s o f th e yo un g with th e fac t t ha t thi s is im po r ta nt , fo r so m e of t he m os t tr o ubl es om t pe op le wil h I'v-hom t he wo ricl has to cont e nd ,H e tho se impra c ti ca l dr ea m e rs who att e m p t to c o pe With t he pro bl e m s o f li fe as m e r e t heo r e ti ca l a bs tract ion s ' ye t t he utilitaria n a s pec t of th e e d ucatio nal tec hni q ue m us ; be I,e pt s ubordln ~.te to w ha t see m s t o m e to be th e ultim a te fu nd a m e nt a l obj ec ti ve o f e du cation-t he m a kin g o f m e n of c ha rac te r and good w ill.· ' Th e fo ll owin g q uota tion s a re f ro m a cOlllm e ncement adN

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... NATIONAL COMMITTEE REPORTS dr ess b y Mr. C la u d e M. Fuess, e ntitl e d, " ".ra n and Hi s ::\I[achines." " Th e failur es of o u r c iv iliza tion ha ve b eel~ mor a l, not mechanical; h e n ce th e e ducation <i nc! practice of t h e sc ien ti s t s ho u ld b e mor e th a n s ci e ntific." "C on se q u e nt ly , I s u gges t that t h e e d u ca tion a n d pra ct ic e f)f a sc ie nti s t s h o uld b e mor e t h a n sc ie ntific, that it s h ou ld iilc lu d e a thoro u g h s t u dy of h uman moti,-es a nd d es ir es , of h is to r ica l tr e n d s a n d fai lu re s, of b a s ic mora l iss u es , p a s t an d pr ese n t, of H e r b e r t Spe n c e r 3n d Sigm un d Fr e u d a nd \Villiam J a m es ." " W h at is t h e c hi e f e nd o f lvIan' T h e c h ief e nd of man is to d eve lop to t h e maxim u m hi s ap pr eciation o f t he T ru e , t h e B e autif ul , a nd t h e Goo d ; to emp loy h is tal e nt s s o t h at t h e wo rld IV ili b e th e b e tte r for hi s havin g li,-e d in it ; a nd to f ulfill to t h e u tmo s t hi s mo r a l o bl igation s to h is n e ig hb o r s an d t h e h ig h e r law." "O n Ju n e 21 , 1883, a t t h e Ph illi p s Ex e t e r Aca d emy, t h e (\\"o c h ie f s p e a k e r s w e r e B e "j a1l1 in F. B u t le r , th e n Gove rnor of Ma ssac h u se t t s, a nd C h a rl es \ ,V ill iam E l iot, Pr es id e nt of H a rl-a r d C o ll ege. B utl e r, an avowe d m a te ri a li s t, s aid in hi s p r e p a r e d s p eec h t h a t t h e ma n II"h o bu il t t h e Br oo kl y n B rid ge wa s mor e to b e a d mi r eci t h " n h e ,,-h o c r e at e d a g r ea t p ocm or s o n n e t; t h at t h e [ u t ur ,' of t h e wor ld lay w it h sc ie n t is t s, lI' h o d e a l t wi th w h at Ki p li n g \\?s la t e r t o d (;sc r ib e a s 'i r o n , co ld iron, t h e ma s t e r of me n 3 1i" ; an d t h at t h e p r Clct ica l mCln of affai r s was s u pe ri o r to t h e a rti s t or t h e dr ea ;ne r. \V h e n Preside n t El iot a r o se, h e d e lib e r ate ly cast a s id e hi s ma nu sc ri pt and, w ith t h at flu e n cy fo r whi c h h e wa s e ,'e n t h e n d is ting u is h e d , too k u p t h e t h e me of h is pr e d ecesso r. Hi m se lf a c h em is t of not p, h e sa id w it h h is c u s toma ry " iFo r an d s in ceri t y : "'vV h ile I d es ir e to exp r ess my a dh esion to muc h t h at H is Exc e ll e n cy h a s sai d , le t n1(; a l s o ad d th at I b e li eve t h e s t ud e nt s o f t h is Aca d emy s h o uld loo k to it fo r s o m et hin g hi g h e r th3 n m e r e s ci e n ti fic tr a in in g . \I\' h at is it t h a t yo u m u s t lea rn h e r e w h ic h wi ll a l way s b e a b o , -e a ll lit e r a tur e a nd al l sc ie n ce , pow e rf ul t h o u g h ~c i e n ce may b ecome' Y ou m u s t le a rn t h e e t e rn a l wort h of c har act e r ; y ou m u s t lea rn t h at t h e u l t ima t e pow e r s of t h e hu ma n r ac e li e in und y in g in st in ct s a nd pa ~s io n s ; yo u m u s t lear n t h at a b ove a ll m at e ri a l t hin gs is Illan-t h e t h o u g ht f ul , p a ss ion a t e, an d em oti o n a l b e in g, t h e in t e ll ec t u al an d r e l ig io u s m a n .... r\nd , b e l ieye me, t h e s up r eme power s of t hi 3 u ni " e r ,e ar e no t m e c h a ni cal or m a t e r ia l; t h ey are h op e and fe;) r a n'd lo , -e .· ,

1 w <!s in terested in t h e co ,'" r of t h e Sat urd ay Ey e nin g P o s t r ece n t ly p ort rayi n g' a bu s t of 13e n j ami n Fran klin lI' it h on e of h is famo u s q u ot a tio n s, d ate d 1780 : "Th e rapid progr ess tr u e ~ ci e n c e nO Il- m a k e.; , o ccCls iolb my regrettin!!. somet im es th;}t I ,ya s b orn so s oon. I t is imposs ibl e to ima g in e t h e h e ig h t to II-h ich may b e ca r ri e d , in a tho u s and ye ar s , t h e PO ll e r of man o,'e r matter ... 0 t h at mo r a l sc ie nc w e r e in a fair w ay of imprO " e m e nt , that m e n would cease to b e wo"-es to on e another, a nd th at h u man b e in gs II-ould at le n g th lear n w h :1t th ~ y now imprope,-ly call humani t y I " T II- i ~ h to CJ u ote furth e r from 3 n ,,:-licit" ,H i: t e n b y Ar thur E. :\I organ fo r "Antioc h Notcs," e ntitl e d , " Tnte lli ge n ce a nd C h Cl r acte r " : " Th e pattern of a ma n ':, li fe is dcl e r;n ined b '.' h i~ in te llige nc e, and b y the Illoti,-cs , impu lses, a nd discipline w h ic h, t a k e n a l together, w e ca ll c hara c t e r . Bo th int c lli g n ce an d c h a ra c t er are e du ca b le_ The differ e nce b ct ll-ee n e du cated an d un e du cated c hara cte r is a s grea t as b et ll-een e du ca t ed a nd un e dll cClt d int e lli gence. " ' " _\ plJ' ,.;o n mClY b e high l v ed u cated in intclli!!cnc an d yet b e co ntroll e d b,; gross 'mo'ti,' e ., :1 nd imp u ls e s. 'For all e du-cational progra lll to concern itself 'oltl" o r chiefly witli train-

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ing the int e lli ge n ce wi ll r es u lt in di sto rt e d a nd in a d e quat e persona l ity." "Knowleclg is pow e rl ess b y it s I f. Unless clri,'en b y motive it is in e r t. I t is th e part of int e lli ge n ce to inform and g u id e motiY es, inc e n tiv e, and c onviction, whil e it is the fu nct.ion of t h ese qualiti es to which w e g iv e t h e nam e c h a r ac t e r, to g ive l il P. and pow er to int e ll ige nc e. On ly in tlie ullion ~l nd m u t u al dev e lo p m e nt of int e ll ige nc e an d c hara c t e r can th e po ss ib ilit ies of l if e b e r ea li ze d ." " K now le d ge b y it se lf do es not produce c h a ra ck r ." " Hu ma:1 c ul t u r e is th e acc u m ul ated co ntribution o f c uunt les, li ves t o w h ic h n o on e, not c ,'e n til e g r ea t le ad e r , make ,; mo r e t h a n a s ma ll addit ion. A p e r s o n in diffe r e nt to t h at g r eat inh eritance, wh o trie s to fi nd hi s va lu es , e ti h e r cf kn o w led ge o r of c h ara c t e r , c h ie fly in h is own d irect e'Cp e rie nce, in hi s imm e d iat e a ss ocia t es, or in t h e c u rr c nt ,-ogue of opi ni o n , is co n dem n e d to m e d iocr ity. " "O u r c ul t ur al inh e r ita n ce is vast a n d va r ie d, with g ood, b ad , a nd t r ivia l e leme n t s . vVit h wi se se lec t io n it may b ec om e t h e fi n es t t h e wo rl d ha s kno w n . E du catio n s h o ul d di sc ov e r, app r a ise , a nd se lec t f r om thi s ma ss , asse mblin g and u nify in f' t h e g r e a t es t va lu es . I n c h a r 2.c te r e d u cat io n thi s r e q u ir es in t im<"te a ss oci a tio n s , a s we ll as var ie d co n tact s , with p~r­ :: o n s of fi n e c u lt ur a l inh e r ita n c e . I t imp e ratin:ly r e q u ir e" a m ix in g of a ges , s o t h at t h e c uitur a l inh e r itan ce can pa ss f r om ge n e r a t io n to gC ;l e r ation. S h a r p se pa r z, tion in to age g r o u p s , s o ge n e ra l in Ame r ica, impai r s th e cont inuit y of th e c ultur a l inh e r ita n c e . Th e r es ul t is t h e m e dio c r it y- of contempo r a r y p r ovi n cia li s m , in w h ic h p r imit ive a nimal d cs ir t"s or t r an s ie n t int e r es t s d is pl ace th e inh e r ita n ce of th e a ges, " "By d e lib e r at e ly sea r c hin g for and associating with fi n e c. n d s ig nifica nt li v es, in t h e fr ie n d s w e mak e, th e s o c ial \\'ork w e d o , th e e n t e r tai: l m e n t we e n jo y , dnd pa r ti c ularly in th e b oo k s we r e ad, w e ca n create fo r o ur se l ves e lll-iroll me nts of fi n e ne ss , d epth , a nd g r e a t n ess, a nd g r ad u a ll y can cO Jl1 e to b e a s th o r o u g hl y at h ome in s u c h e n vi r o n m e n t as other ll-isc w e w o uld b e w ith m e di oc r ity. \ l\1 e can lar ge ly d es ig n th e world we li ye in , an d th at wo rl d in t ur n wi ll d e t e r mine th e q ualitv of o ur !i,·es . T hi s way is op e n n ea rl y e vcryor, e. "

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HOWARD, NEEDLES , TAMMEN & BERGEN DOFF Consulting Engineers Ne w York 5, N .Y . Ma rc h 20, 19-+6. D ea r M r. Alcorn: I h ave yo ur le tt e r of Mar c h 12th rega rdin g th e R esea r c h a n d C urri c ul a r Committ ee o f t h e M iss o uri Sc hool of Min es. ] did not k now that I h a d b ec om e a In e mb e r of thi s ('(,Ill l11itt f'C but 1 a lii p lease d to b e of ass is!a n ce i'l <Ill y 'Na y poss ib le. I saw T eddy Ly nt on bri e Ay wh e n h e wa < h e re a s h ort t im e ago e n ro u te to F rance. C lea rl y h e has a fi n e expe r ienc e a h ead o f hi m. In ge n e ra l I s ub 'i cr io e comp le t e ly to yo u r comme nt s a b o u t br oa d e nin g o ur c n g in ec rin g co ur scs s o th a t th e g ra du a te e n g in ee r wi ll h a ,;e b ee n ex po se d to cu lt ural s ub jects rat h er th a n s tri c t ly t ec hn ica l s ub jects a lon e . I h a\'e lo n g a rg u e d fo r thi s po int of view both in th e America n Society of Civi l E n g in ee r s and b efore g roup s of t h e Society fo r th e P r OIll Otion o f E n g in ee rin g E du cat ion. I h ave lik ew ise e mph:l s ize d t h e u se of th e fo ur- yea r c ourse for t h e ba s ic e n g in ee rin g s ubj ec t s t o ge th e r w ith ce rt a in c ultura l s ubj ec ts , w ith a t "'::lst o n e o r l\.vo yea rs a dditi ona l re quir ed for a full e n g in ee r in g d eg ree. I a m fe arf ul t hat it wi ll ta ke a numb e r o f yea r s to c ha n ge our S tat e uni ve rs iti es s o t h a t t h ey wi ll b e wi ll ;n g to s ub sc rib e to anyt hin g mor e t h a n a fo ur- yea r co ur se fo r e n g in ee rin g s tud e n ts. A numb e r o f other uni\'e r s it ies a r e mO\'int( in t hat dir ec tion , part ic ul ar ly P rin ce ton, Co rn e ll a nd :\IIT. \ V h at ca n b e accom p lis h e d at Ro ll a in t h e n ear fu t ur e pr ese n ts a re a l p rob le m. Th e mo s t w e can do for the prcs nt , I a m s ur e, IS to ur ge a nd eve ntu a ll y sec ur e th e d e \'e lopm e nt of s tron g E n g li s h a nd lan g uage de partment s, wit h a dditional co urses to b e p ro\-id e d in s uc h s ubj e ct;, as h is to ry :1 nd eeo nonll cs. O b v io u s ly, we s hou ld a ls o ,ce k a n d nnint a ln full acc r edi ting fo r a ll d epa rtlll e nt s of t h c Sc h oo l by th c Engin ee rs ' Co nn c il for Profess io na l D e\'~ l o pm e n t. I und e r,t3nd t int J\I SM is no t yet accr edit ed ill C h e mi c? 1 and J\I ec h Cl n ical Eng in ee r in g . 1 t ru s t that this let te r wi ll g ive yo u so m e id ea of hoI'\' my t h o ug ht s run a nd w hat my views may b e concerning a ll,' E NO C H R. NE E DLE S. futl! r e activity of the Comm ittee. UTAH COPP ER COMPANY, G arfield, U ta h Dca I' :\11'. Alco rn: M arch 19.1 9-+6. \V as ve ry p leas e d to ha ve re cei ,-e d yo ur lette r o f :'I 1areh 12. 1 r ece ntl y rea d in t h e M M A lumnu s pape r about :\Ir. Lynton b e in g se lected for se r v ic e b l' t h e F re nc h Go\-crll11I e nt. I t hink it wi se t o s e c ur e th e c u;.,. ic u la r of in st ru ctlO Il ' fr0111 som e of th e ot he r sc h oo ls. Dur in g m y rece nt atte n d a n cc at th e A nn ual i\ l eet illl,!' of th e A I ME in C hi cago, 1 a tt e nd ed a lun c h eo n wh e re I h ~a r d seve ra l Profe sso rs f r0111 var io us Easte rn andvVe>te rn l-nive r s iti es, a lso some from .F: n gi n ee rin g Sc h ools, disc uss quit e N

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D ea r ML Alcorn: Apri l 17,19-+6. T lnn k you for your kind le tt e r of Mar ch 12. 19-+6. Your s tat em e nt " Th e function of a uni ve r s ity is to e quip t h e s tud e nt s to live and p ur s u e a h e a lt h y, happy , use ful e xi s t e n ce" is an ext r e m e ly a ccurat e s tat e m e nt that s hould b e t h e g uid e po s t for th e R ese a rch and C urricular Committ ee . I find th a t I~';o s t s choo ls s u ch a s MS .M t end 10 s hift toward t h e trade sc hool id ea . T hi s is a mi s take. It see m s to m e that in ord e r to p r op e rly pr e p a r e th e individual h e mu s t b e s ubj e cte d mor e to th e lib e ral art s. P e rhap s it wi ll b e n e c ess ar y to e xt e nd th e four y ear course to a fiv e y ear p e riod, p e r mit tl1, g a Bac h e lor' s d eg r ee in Sci e n c e alt e r four y e ar s a n d a B a c h e lor 's d eg r ee in th e cho se n fi e ld, for e xampl e minin g e n g l11 ee nn g , at t h e e nd of t h e fifth y ear. In ext e ndin g th e s c h oo l p e riod it is my b e lief t ha t th e foliowin g co u r ses s hould b e r e qui r ed durin g th e fourth and fift h y ear s. 1. E ig h t hour s of C urr e nt Hi s tor y and Politi cs inc ludin O" Labor R e latio n s, and ot h e r p e rtin e nt n e w Gove rnm e ntal D e partm e nt s. 2. Ei g ht hour s of Economics . 3. Ei g ht hour s of Pu bli c Sp ea kin g and Pre paration of R eport s , Sp ee ch es , le tt e r s , e tc. Obviou s ly ot h e r s wi ll h ave diffe r e nt id eas and wi ll probab ly d es ir e to e xp r ess t h e ir opi n ion s. I thi n k a conc e n s u s can b e drawn that . .v ill b e of v a lu e . If th e r e is any f ur th e r way that I can b e of a ss is tan ce pl ea se call on m e . ' c. J. POTTER, Assistant (0 President.

LIBERTY FOUNDRY CO . 7600 Vulcan Street S a int Louis 11 , Missouri D ear Mr. A lcorn: Apr ii 3, 19-+6. Tha nk s for y our le tt e r of March 12, out linin g s om e of th e probl em s of th e R esearch and C urricu lar C ommittee, al s t) addi n g s om e s u gges tion s for con s id e ration. I thorou g hly a g r ee with y our id e a that e n g in ee rs s hould h a ve mor e of th e c ultural cour s·e s in clud e d in t h e ir c urri c ul a , but t h e ir sc h edul es a r e s o h ea v y for th e w h o le four ~.'e ar s , it app ear s to b e impo ss ibl e, unl ess s om e cour ses s hollid b e omitted. A ft e r b e in g in bu s in ess for n earl y t h irty ye ar s , on e of th e esse nti a l ty p es of cour ses eve ry e n g in ee r s hould h a ve , in m y opinion , is at lea s t a y ea r in ec onomi cs, includin g th e pr inc ip les of a cc ountin g. If our g raduat es kn e w h ow to r ea d a nd an a lyze a finan c ial s tat e m e nt a nd had a littl e pr ac ti ca l bu s in ess tr a inin g, m a n y of th e m would m a k e m u c h b e tt e r pro g r ess. I b e lieve th ese cour ses s hould b e g iy e n in t h e Junior or Se nio r ye ar , wh e n th e und e r g radu a t es wo uld b e in a b ett e r pos ition to lea rn lT10re from th ese co ur ses. P e rh ap s y ou m ay h ea r from o th e r c ommitt ee m em b e r s, a nd a com p o s it e r e por t, o r s ummar y, of th e id ea s co uld b e con s id e r ed b y all me mb e rs, w it h a p o s" ibl e r ec o mm e nd atio n t o th e sc ho o l. If I h a pp e n to think of an y ot h e r id eas th a t mi g h t b e worth c o n s id e r in g, I II·ill w rit e aga in . GEORGE E. MELLOW, Partner.

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A. P. GREEN FIRE BRICK CO. M exico, Missour i D ea r Mr. A lcorn: Ma rc h 29, 1946. I am s orry I h ave b ee n d e lay ed in r e pl y in g to ,' Our le tt e r of Mar c h 12 but hav e b ee n o u t of town a nd w as so m e what furth e r d e laye d awa itin g s om e information whi c h I felt wou ld b e of int e r es t to th e ge n e ral prob le m con ce rnin g th e c urricula of th e S c hoo l of Mi n es . I , of co ur se, am w e ll awar e of t h e fa c t th at a committ ee d ealin g with t h e s ubjc c t of th e c ur ri cu la of th e Sc hoo l of Min es co uld , if it see m ed d es irabl e , in v olve th emse lves in a con s id e rabl e amo un t of work. A s I see it , w e ha ve b ee n appoint e d to se rve a t e rm of und es ig n a t e d len g th of a committ ee w h ich s hould a nd pro b ab ly is a p e rman e nt on e of th e A lumni A ss ociation and a s s u ch could on ly fun c tion in an ad v is o ry capa c ity a s fa r a s th e School o f Min es A dmini s tration is conce rn ed. It is m y opinion th e n t h at w e could inv o lve ourse lv es in con s id e rab le work w hi ch mi .e: ht b e a duplication of t h at which ha s a lr eady b ee n don e b y th e Com mitt e e for th e D eve lopm e nt of E n g in ee rin g Education , who ha ve b een carr y in g on t.h e ir work for a numb e r o f yea rs n ow . I t is tru e th e C ommittee fo r th e D ev e lopm e n·t o f E n g in ee rin g Ed u cation is on e which is national in scop e and is co·n ce rn e d wit h th e e du cationa l p r ocesses of all uni ve rs iti es and s c hool s offe ri n g e n g in ·=e rin g education a lld is not in th e lea s t c onc e rn ed with th e pro bl em s of a '1 V on e sc hool s u ch as t h e S c h ool of Min es. U nq es t ionably, how eve r . th ev have accumulat e d a s co r e of funcbl il e ntal fa c t s w h ic h w~u l d b e appli cab le to MSM a nd from which we , no dOl~bt , couid acquir e co n s id e rable in formatio n which would b e o f int e res t to our particular committ ee . In o,d e r t h at y o u do n ot ge t th e opinion til at I a m tr y in g to throw cold wat e r on an y id ea s conce rnin g th e f un c tion of our committ e e, I wou ld lik e to sa y t h a t I thorou g hl y and compl e t e ly a g r ee wit h y our t h ou g h t s con ce rnin g what s hould b e in cl ud e d in th e c urr icula of a n e n g in ee rin g sc hool of a n y of our uni ve r s iti es . I hav e s low ly but d e finit e ly b ee n ar ri v in g at th e con clu s ion t h at our un ive r s ity e n g in ee rin g courses a r e qu it e inad equat e to m ee t th e r e qui r em e nt s o f our mo d e rn world. I am of th e opi n io n that th e r e ha s b ee n e ntir e ly too muc h t ec hnolo g ica l ad van ce m e nt in t h e pa s t thi r ty y ear s to en ab le th e s tud e nt to obtain a fu ndam e nt a l g ra s p of it in four yea r s of in s tr u c tion without in cludin g a ny of th e lib e ral a rt s courses w hi c h mo s t broadmind e d p eopl e wi ll admit s h ould b e in clud e d in th e foundation of a n y we ll round ed p r ofess iona l man or c iti ze n. I fee l th a t I p e r s ~nal l y a m c o n s id e rabl y b e hind in t h e t ec hnolo g ical pro g r ess of m y own fi e ld of s p e ciali zation and I hav e b ee n in a n unu s uall y g oocl po s ition a nd ha ve tri ed to k ee p a br ea s t of th e d eve lopm e nt in thi s fie ld. I a ttrib u t e thi s lar ge ly to in s uffi cie nt g roundin g in th e ba s ic sc ie n ces . It a p p ear s to m e th a t man y me mb e r s of th e oth e r profes s ion s will not r ec o g ni ze u s a s prof ess ional me n a nd look down on u s mor e or less as l:1 y m e n. I re ali ze th a t thi s fee lin g is not uniy e r sa l but fee l that lar ge ly w h e r e th e r es pec t is e njo ye d, it is du e to indil·idua l rath e r than prof ess io n a l profi c ie n cy . E n g in ee rin g is a profess ion a nd a s s u ch it s h ould b e e lev at e d to th e plan e o f ot h e r p r ofe::s ion s sc h o las ti ca ll y. N on e of th e oth e r prof ess ion s ar e offe rin g an y d eg r ees a t tl; e c ompl e tion o f a four yea r course, whi c h m ay ju s ti fy th e ir g r a duat es to lo o k upon th e e n g in ee rin g p ro fe ss io n as a hi g h g r a d e trad e sc ho o l. I t has b ee n m y ob se r va tion that in r ec nt yea r s th e c om p e t ition a m on g e n g in ee rin g .e: ra du ate s ha s b ee n s u c h t h at unl ess on e h a s ac quir ed a P h.D. that he ca nn ot look for be tt e r th a n al'e r age a dyan ce m e nt in h is bu s in ess or pr o fess ion al con n ec t ion s. H e is no t as lik e lv to a d va n ce in h is pa rti c ul a r conn ec tion s a s ra pidl y as th e ~ oll ege g r a duat e s tartin g in in du s try 35 or s o yea r s a g o. T his, of co ur se, see m s lo g ica l b eca u se h e is in c01l1re tit io n ,,·it h a hi g h e r pe r ce nt age of co ll ege g ra du :ltes wh o h ave recei l'ed a n a dd itio n a l fo ur yea r s of me nt a l tra in in g , of o n e so r t or an ot he r.

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ti o n th ey hCld d e finit e ly d ec id ed that it wo uld be a fi ve year c ourse and that was what it wo uld be. In Noe l Hubbard 's le tt e r to m e he comm e n te d up o n th e ac tion of O hio Sta te a nd s tat ed a probl em whi c h he fee ls th ey mu s t con s id e r a t th e Sc ho o l of M in es . Hi s th o u g ht s a re a s follow s : "'vV e have d e bat ed that seve ra l t im es but w e hav e neve r g on e to it. I do not know ju s t what thi s is g oin g to m e an. O hio S tat e is choo s in g an e xc e ll e nt tim e to tryo ut th e fi\' e y ea r id ea a s mo s t of th e bo ys wi ll ha ve e nou g h ti m e und e r t he G I B ill to cove r fiv e vear s. How eve r, mo s t of your e n g in ee rin g s tud e nt s co m ~ from famili es of lo w o r m e dium in co m e and I do not know ju s t what thi s wou ld m ea n if on e tri ed it i:l d e press io n tim es . I k now t ha t Co lumbia U ni ve r s ity tri e d a se ve n Vf'a r pro g ram seve ra l year s ago and th e ir e n g inee rin g s c hool all but di sapp ea re d." If yo u d ec id e that it would b e worthwhil e for us to 11 1?_ ke s om e rec ommen d atio ns to t he office r s of th e Alulllni A ss oc ia t ion in ord e r t hat th ey mi g ht m a ke r ecolllm e ndation s to t he Boa rd of C u ra tor s, yo u ca n co unt upon m e for h e lp within m y limit e d po ss ibi liti es . A s yo u say, it is muc h be tt e r to s it around a tab le a nd di sc uss thi s qu es tion. O n e of th ese d ay s, I ma y ha ve a n opportunit y to ge t do w n to Hou s ton a nd if so , I s hall look forward to hav in g at lea s t a pr e liminary di sc uss ion con ce r n in g th e m a tt e r with you . Cl-IA S. A. F RE E MAN , Chief E ngi neer.

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Missouri U takes Vet Housing Plea to Congress

The Student H o using Situation

Hou se C ommittee Head S y mpa thetic to Plea ror F u nds , A rmy B uildings for Stu dents President Frederick rv[ iddl e bus h of th e Ul1i'" "L' it~" of :-1i sso uri le [t \Va s hin g ton last ni g ht [o r olumbia e n co uraged by the sy mp at h etic h ea rin g h e ha d recei,"e d from Cha irm a n Fritz G. Lanham of the House P ubl ic Buildings a nd Grounds Comm ittee on the n ecessity of app ropriat ing add iti ona l federal funds a nd of alloca tin g a ddi tio n a l su r p lu s military buildin gs to meet the housing re quir em: nts of :-1i s~~o uri v e te rans exe r c isi n g th ei r Ld u cationai pri' ileg su nd e r the G, l. I ~ ill of Ri g ht s, Acco mpani ed b y john \IV, \ Volpers of Po p la r Bluff, c hairma n of th e exec uti,'e cOlllmittee of t h e b oa rd or c urator s, an d Leslie O\l'a n , "ice p r esi d ent of the uni,'e rsity in c h arg of bu siness ope ratio n s, Dr. :-1iddl e bu s h \\' as see kin g temporary h o us in g acco mmodati o n s for t h e 5000 ,'e t('r:-l n s \\'ho are expected this fall a t Col umbi a and the Sc hool of :-1in es at Roll a, Specifica lly , th e uni ve rsity d e lega tion \\' a nt ed surpl u s b a rracb, ho sp it a ls and dinin g hall s mo,'e d fr0111 j e ff rson Barrack s and Fort Leona rd \ IVood to C olumbia a n d I(ol la, -{h e L eo n a rd \V ood in s ta llation s h a,"e not ye t b ee n d tc lar e d surp lu s , but Co ,,'a n h as put in applications \\'ith th e F e d e ral Publi c Hou si n g Authority for indi,"idual buildin gs th e r e, H e a ls o is see kin g hom s for 60 n e w fac ult y m emb e r s n ee d ed to ta k e care of th e in c r ease d en r o llm e nt. L o n g -Ra n ge Progra m Also Thi s imm ediat e t cm porary pro g ram, th e d e lega tion empha s ize d to th e Pos t- Di s patch, is e ntir e ly se parate from $6,000,000 lon g -ran ge uni versi t y pro g ram now b efo re t h e Mi ss ouri L eg is latu r e, Th e re a r e no s ta te fund s a,'ai la bl e for th e th e t e mporary p ro g ram, \ Vo lp e r s s aid, Th e major cost to th e F ed e ra l Go,'e rnm e nt wo u ld b e th e movin g 0'[ th e buildin gs and th e ir r ee rec tion n ea r th e uni,'e r s it y an d s choo l cam pu ses, A t C olumbia, for whi c h additional t emporary accommodation s for 2000 s tud e nt s a r e re quir ed, th e buildin gs \\'ould b e r ein s ta ll ed s o uth of th e gy m n a s ium, " I t is unfair to th e vete ra n ," D r . lIidd lebu s h sai d , " to bri n g him to th e camp u s and not pro"id e h im a pla ce to liv e, VVith o ut ad e quat e hou s in g , h e wil l b e unabl to avail him se lf of th e opportunitie s p r ese nt e d b y th e uni,'e r s ity," At th e F e d e ra l P ubl ic Ho u s in g A uth ority, Dr, Midd lebu s h wa s inform ed t h at a ll s urplu s buildin o's an d eq u ipm e nt availa bl e had b ee n al located to e du cational in s titution s <1 nd th e r e \I'as pro s p ec t of no more, C hairman Lan ham to id him that h e had b ee n informed b y the Lni,'e r s ity of Texa s that a s imi lar s t u d e nt hou s in g s h orta ge ex is t ed t h e r e and wo uld b e wors e in t h e fa ll. H e sa id that h e had thou g ht C on g r ess had don e e ve ry thin g as k ed of it for th e ,'e t e ran s ' e du cationa l pro g ram, Congress Action Sought A ft e r co nf e rrin g with L an h am, Dr, Middl e bu s h, a s a m e mb e r of th e exec uti,"e comm it tee of t h e Na tional A ss ociation of S tat e Lni,'e r s iti es, immediate ly s tart e d a campai g n to ge t C on g r ess to a uthori ze ad ditional allocatio n s b y th e P ubl ic Hou s in g u t h or it y to edu ca tion al in s titution s, ' 1 t is und e rs too d that Hou s in g Exp edit e r Wil s on Wyatt will b e to ld a bout th e p r ese nt prob le m, Lat e r \ Vyatt a nd C on g r ess \I' ill b e g i,'e n spec ifi c fi g ur es on th e n ee d s of th e \'arious s tat e

Because your President Fred C. Sc hn ce b e r ge r and th e E ditor of th e" lumnu s" fee l that yo u s hould ha ,'c a bri e f but comp re h e n s i,' r epo rt on th e now ac ut e si tuation we arc r epr intin g a n e w s it em a nd an ed itori a l frol11 th " il1i sso uri il1in er" of 19-16, ub eq u en tl y, th e Cam pu s Y e tcra n s Assoc ia ti on sen t a del ega ti o n to co nf e r with President Middl ebus h a nd Yi ce President Co wa n during a meeting of th e Boa rd o f C urato rs in R ol la, Ma y 10, 19-16, Th e latcst information a,"a ila bl to the E ditor is the news it e m w hi c h appea red in the t. Louis Post- Dispatch of und ay, Ma y 19, 19-16, ,,"hi ch is re printed in full. Com m c nt s hardly a r e n ecessary ; we do not w a nt to di s turb a n a lr ea dy de li ca t e si tu at ion but si mply propose to r po rt d eve lopme nt s, Si n ce ther c a r e a numb e r of F ed e ral ag n ci s inyo h 'e d in a ddition to ta t e g roup s a nd officia ls of th Unive r sity of Mi s ouri a nd th e Sc h oo l of :-1in es , '\"C :-Irc at a los, to s u gges t wa ys for MS~1 a lumni to h e lp, As ,0 many of yo u al rea d y know , th e hou s in g s ituation in th e City of Roll a fi r st b eca m e a serio u s probl e m in :he fali of 19-10, At th a t tim no conc lu s i,"e long-ra n ge plans we r e form ul a ted by :-1i sso uri a uthoriti es , e ith e r S tat e , Ci t y, or by the Board of C u rato r s, I t is only natura l that 19-16 finds th o ri g ina l, uns oh'ed p r obl em int e n s ifi e d b y th e fact that S Ollle 2000 s tud e nt s a r e expec t d for th e 19-16 fall t rm, \Vh e r e th e bl a m e lies is not at a ll important. \\ hat i oi paramou n t importa n ce is th e que s tion: w hat ca n b e don e a bout it' From th e vario us information contained in thi s iss u e, ro u will see t h at Pr s id e nt :-1iddl e b us h, D an \ il so n a nd many cit ize n of Rolla are n o\\' b ecom in g ge ared to g i,'e u s action I

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C O\l'.1n ,<l id th at pr ese nt e nrollm ent at th e uni,'e rs it y ,,'as 6000, of \I"hom a h alf ar e " e t e rans , and that th e nrollm e nt for th 19-16--17 year \\'ould b e a bout 10,000, of \\'hol11 half \\'o uld b e ,'ete ran s, if a d eq uate hou s ing a ccommo da ti o n s co ul d b e pro"i d c d, Ap pli ca tion s a r c omin g in a t th e rat e of 800 a \I' ce k, h sa id , H e see m ed a littl e fri g ht e n e d at th e prospec t, The d e lega tion h a d no d efi nit e fig ur e 0 11 how lll u c h th e mO"ing and re-installation of the s urplu s buildin , s \\'ould co" t th e Fe d e ra l Go,"e rnm e nl. Th e la s t estima te was se,'c ra l hundr e d th o tb a n d d o ll a r" That as, um ed th rc \\'ould b e no cha r ge for th e buildin gs th emseh"e "

' Amateur' Real Estate Man Aiding in Emergency A n o u t s ta n din g exampl e of \I' h at a bit of imag in ation, com bin e d with a ge n e rou s s prink li n <r of e lb o\\' -g r ea se, ca n do to h e lp re li ev e Rolla 's a c ut e h ou s in g s hort age, is d e m ons trat e d h e r e at 7t h an d Ceda r s tr eets , A nd th e proud d e mons trator is Oscar D un can, own e r of a lo cal tru ck lin e , who , althou g h h e is not a v e teran r ea l es tat or h ou,e co ns tru ction ma n , ha s built e n ou g h mod e rn hou s in g lIn it s to se n 'c 10 fami li es-a nd a ll of it at a c omparati,'e ly :o mall outl::ty or ca s h , Th e unit s a re bu ilt on Duncan' s prop e rt y a t 7th a nd Cedar s treet s, w hi c h h e b Olw ht in j a nuar y of thi s y aI', VVh e n t h e pur c h ase wa s mad e, a ll that s tood ,,'a s a 10- room p ri ,'at e d w e ll in g u n s u ited for apartm e nt s or s mall re ntin g u n it s , )Jo w-a m e re fi,'e mo nth s la te r-D un can h a s tr a n. form ed th e e nt ir e prop e rty to \I' h e re 10 famili es ca n b" accommodated, Be id es re mod e lin g th (' old h ou!ie <l ndm:,kin g it int o apartm e nt s for fi,'e famili e" , two rOO11l S to eac h fami ly, Dun ca n s c ra p e d to ge t h e r e no u ~ h 1;13t e ri a ls to bui ld fiv e s mal l, thr ee-r oom co t tCl ges in th e re ar of th e lar ~ ('r hou se, At t r ac tive Buildi ng s Th e s ma ll c otta ges a r e what catch th e eye of th e passe rby , Th ey' re attractiv e littl e bu ild in gs, a ll 1-1 b y 2 fee t, ac h c ntainin g thr ee room s a nd a bath , ='Jot only do th ey go a I n g wa y to\\'ard so h ' in g t h e h o us in g prob le m, but th ey a dd to th e b ea ut y of that sec tion of th e city, D iverted W ar eh o u se Lumber "1 h a d a bout 16,000 fee t o f lumb e r a Ir ad y on h a nd th :!t I had b ou ht seve ra l years ago," I un ca n exp lain ed , " I had bou g ht it to build a w a re hou se, but d ec id d aga in s t it , so use d it for th ese buildin gs in s t ea d , Th e t e n d\l'e llin g unit ~ ar e a ll co mpl e ted now, a nd ar e all occ u pi e d, I ~ ut Dun can is n't r es tin g on h is laur e ls, H e h as ju s t compl ted th e purc h ase of a I.' - room h o use a t ~inth a nd Roll a ,; tr eels, l n a very s hort tim e th e hou . e \\'ill C Ilt ai n s ix 2-r ool11 apartm e nt s a nd one 3-room un it nd th ey ','e al l b e(; n s pok e n for by st ud en t","e t e ra ns a t :'L:'1. N o t b r G :or y O nly "Th " \l ay I look at thi s th in g, 1 can b e of big help in so lying the h o u,i n g e m e rge nc y, an d a t th sail]> tim e, it look " to me lik e ju s t plain co mmon bu si n ss se n se ," I) un ca n exp lained, "l','e \\'ork d h a rd on th project., but it s hould pay bi g di"id e nds, both for th e city and for my pocke tbook, " -Rolla Daily New ,

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O n May 2, 1fJ-+6, th e m e mb e r s of th e Hou s ton C h ap te r of th e MSi\I Alumni A ss ocia tion w e r e call e d to g eth e r b y th e ir C h airma n, ilifr. K. F. H a sse lm an n, to att e nd a dinn e r m ee t in g a t 6:30 p.m. in th e Hunt Room a t th e Ric e Hot e l. Tho se pr ese nt w e r e : Mauri ce Alb e r t son ' 11: 1. \iV. !\le o rn '22; N . K. Brill '-+2; K. F. Ha ss e lm a nn '25; E . L. Hild ebrand '-+3 ; O . K. Holman '37; W, D. K e nt '-+3; D. L. Smit h; M. A. L e dford '26; M. C. L u c ky '20; C. W. M a g a lis '2.i; P. F. Martin '2.0; L. D. O la fs on '-+3; R. G. Prou g h '38; C. A. Sc ha e ff e r Jr. '-+2. Mr. Ha ss e lm an n op e n ed th e m ee tin g with a bri e f res ull1 e of th e acti v iti es of th e A lumni A ss ociation , in cludin g a revi e w of th e politica l s ituation at th e Sc h oo l of Min E'S . A nnoun ce m e nt w as m ad e that th e se rvices of Mr. Dwi g ht L Moodi e '2-+ had b ee n o bt a in e d as p e rman e nt A lumni sec reta ry . Th e res ig n a tion o f D r . C. V. Mann from th e M S M

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U pon th e r e comm e nd a tio n of D ea n C urti s L. \ ,y il s o n , sev e ra l promotion s in rank for fa c ult y w e r e mad e by th e Boa rd of C ur a tor s at th e m ee tin g on Ma y 10 in Roll a. Prof. R. M. Rankin w as promote d from A ss ociat e P rof es s or to full Profess or of M a th e matic s . Prof. Rankin cam e to th e S c h oo l of Min es in 1922 a nd followi n g th e d eat h o f Prof. V. n. Hin s c h, h e wa s pl ace d in c h a r ge o f th e lVl a t h e mati cs D ep artm e nt. H e is a g rad ua t e of M a ry \'ill e Co ll ege, th e Gni ve r s ity of C h icago, a nd h as an e n g in ee rin g d e;,' ree fr o m th e Mi s s o uri Sc ho o l of Min es. Dr. O . R. G r aw e w a s p ro m o te d from A ss o c iat e Profess or o f Min e ralo gy to full Profess o r of G eolo gy. Dr. Gr a w e h as b ee n on th e camp u s s in ce 1928. H e h a s a n A.B. d eg ree an d a M.S. d egr ee from \,y as hin g ton U ni v e rs it y a nd a Do c tor of jJ hilo s oph y d eg r ee from th e U ni ve rs ity of Iow a. H e is th e a utho r of num e rou s publication s re la tin g to th e ge olo gy of M iss ouri , la rge ly co ve rin g th e res u lt s of s tudi es mad e durin g th e SUll1m e r Illonth s w hi le e mp loy e d b y th e Mi ss o uri G eo lo g ical S ur vey . 2

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P rof. Ly s le E . S h a ffe r wa s promote d from Ass ista nt L-' rofess or of Minin g E n g in ee rin g to A ss ociate P ro fess or o f illinin g E n g in ee rin g . P rof. S haffe r cam e to th e Sc hool of Min es las t Se pt e mb e r, holdin g a d eg ree from Io wa S ta t e C o ll ege, a nd wit h e xt e n s i\'e t ea c hin g a nd pr ac tical e xp e ri e n ce . Prof. E. A. Good hu e w a s p rom o te d fro m A ss is tant Pro fe;;S O l' of lIIath e mati cs to ss o c ia t e Profess or of M a th e mati c;; . Prof. Goo dhu e jo in ed th e fac uft y of MSM in 1925. H e h old s d eg rees from A mh e rs t, Ca lifo r ni a In s titut e of T ec hn olo gy, a nd a Ma s t e r' s d eg r ee from M S M in th e c lass of 1927. Th e promotion s of \ ,V. \'V. G a ndy from In s t ru c tor in j'vI a th em a tic s to A ss is tant Profess or in Math e matics; D. H. E rkil e tian Jr. , from In s tru c tor in Mathemati cs to A ss is tant Profess or in Math e mati cs, a nd Gor don Guinnup from Ins tructor ill M e c h a ni cal E n g in ee rin g to A ss is ta nt Profess o r of M e c hanical E n g in ee rin g , w e r e a ls o mad e . Profe ;; s or s Gand y a nd G uinnup h a ve r ec e n t ly re t urn ed to th e ca m p u s from th e a rm ed: fo r· ces . - Misso uri Miner, 1946.

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Gen. W. W. Wanamaker on MacArthur's Staff

John ":-1ike" M azz oni wrot e a letter to Presid e n t Fred C, c h nee b e r ge r r ega rding a memorial to the 11Si\I men who gave th ei r live s in \Vorld \Alar IT. Th e lette r is so much to th e point that we quot e it in its ntir ety, For the alumni d es irin g to write dir ect ly to l\1ik e, hi s add r ess is Lt. J ohn ,\ , )'1azzoni , Hq EATS, APO 633 , c/ o Po ~tmaster, .\J ew )' ork, )J,Y, \V do not k n ow th e ci ty a ddr ess of APO 663 but M ike ' le tt e r was writt e n from \Vi es b a d e n, Germany, and was d ate d :-.farc h 26, 1 9~6. "A lth o u g h I h ave n ' t h a d t h e pri\'i legc of me e tin g yo u pe r s ona ll y, l fee l t hat '1 know y ou very we ll, thro u g h my corr es pond e n ce wit h D ea n \,Vi lso n a nd th e cop i s of th e M 1\11 A lumnu s. I wi s il to con g ra tul ate y ou o n t h e p le n' did jo b yo u a r e doin g a nd h ope y our p la n s ar e soo n a r ea lit y, "I ha\'e writt e n my wi f to fo r wa rd th e ).I em b e r s h ip Committee my du e for th e A lu mnu s a nJ ho pe t h a t you h ave r ece ive d sa m e. If yo u ha\'e n' t, I would app r c iate it g r eatly if y ou wou ld drop m a lin e to t h at e ff ec t a nd I w ill forwar d th e du es to th e Co mmitt ee, I look fo rw a rd to each iss u e of th e A lu mn u s as it is my on ly m ean s o f know, in g ju s t wha t is h a pp e nin g a t Roll a a nd th e lo catio n of ma n y of t h e me n I kn ew way bac k w h e n. " Seve ra l of t h e C la ss of '~ 3 ha ve writt e n m e r ega rdin g th e c h ola r s h ip Fund as a M e mor ia l to a ll t h e Min e rs who ma d t h e s upr eme s acrifice dur in g t h is war. I b e li eve t h at th e ma tt e r wa s e loqu e ntl y brou "'h t o u t in th e iss u e of th e A lu mnus c ontainin g t h e p ict ur es'a nd n ames of lh e Min e r s w h o died dur ing th e war. ' 1 s h o uld lik e to Inye yo ur \' i ew~ on th e s ubj ec t a s it is o n e w hi c h co n ce rn s many of u s, 1 hon es tl y b elieve that s ome a rr a n geme n t ca n b e mad e to perpet u a te the m emo ry of al l thos e la d s who gave th eir a ll, b ot h for ).I1 S M, a nd th e ir co untr y, " If a ll g o es we ll , I h op to b e b ack in t h e g ood oldLJ. ,A, in ti me to witn ess th e t. Loui s-Min e r footbali g am e , ,At a ny r a te, barrin g int e rn a tion a l d e ve lopme nt s , e t c" 1 \\' ill b e on my way by 31 A u g u s t , '~ 6, I ho pe to b e a bl e to m ee t yo u persona ll y In t h e n ea r futur e a nd t h an k y ou for al l yo ur efforts,"

Gen , \ Vi ll iam \V, \ Va n amak r, wh o was assistant profess or of Milit ary Scie n ce an d Tactics h ere o n the camp u s from 1921 to 1926, is now serving on Ge n . ).1acf\r thur's _ taff in Yokahoma , J apan, and is fun c ti o nin g as chief of tran s po rt ation in th e \ Ve te rn Pacific th ea ter. Tn recog nition of performance of important dutie~ wi th fidelity a nd s u ccess, Gen, \ Va n ama k e r has recei\'ed th e Legion of i\1 e rit a nd B ron ze S tar Decoration s. Hi s fir;;t ov e r eas assignment in th e p rese nt war was that of making a P ac ifi c s Ur\'ey fo r a ir b ases for 11 acAr thur' s ret uru to th e P hi lip pines a nd futur e p la nn e d in vasion of th e J apa n ese islan d s, T h is wa s a Navy ex p e dition und e r command of Rea r d miral Ri c har d E, By rd , a n d h e se rve d as c hi ef e n g in ee r. La t e r , with G e n , Kru ege r' , S ixth r\rm y, Ge n , \\' ana Jllak er built , und e r fir e, th e Mormot e Ai rdro me at Lo s ):egros is lan d , in th e A dm ir a lti es, H e r e turn e d ( 0 A ust ralia as c hi ef tran s portation office r on th e s taff for th e o utll\\ es t I'acific. H e procee d ed t o th e I hilipp in es with th e fir s t con \'oy a nd th e n we nt on to Tok yo. .

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A m ee tin g of t h e St. Loui s S ec tio n of th e A m e r ican 1n s tit ut e o f Min in g and M e tallur g ica l En g in ee r s w as h e ld at Roll a on Saturda y , 1ifay -to Th e Joplin S ec tion of t h e In s t itut e wa s a ls o invit e d, a nd a la r ge att e ndan ce from Mi ss ou r i, Kan sas and Illin ois wa s ex p ec t ed. Th e day wa s s p e nt in vi siti n g point s of int e r es t on t h e ca m pu s and parti c ularl y th e fac ilit ies of t h e U .S. B ur ea u of Mi n es , th e Mi ss ouri G e o lo g ica l Survey a nd '\!Vat e r R es ourc es, and th e U .S . Ge olo g ica l S ur ve y, Topo g raphic bra n c ". A B ur ea u of Mi n es tour to th e vario u s act iv iti es wa s mad e to vi e w seve r a l of t h e pi lot p la nt s in op e ration. A dinn e r m ee t in g wa s h e ld in th e e ve nin g at th e P e nn a nt Tav e rn. A c co rdin g to T rav is An d e rs on , c hi e f of the Roll a divi s ion of th e B ur eau of Min es , and chai rm an Gf t h e A rr an ge m e nt s C ommitt ee, th e followin g pro g ram w as a rr an ge d : R eg is t ration-Sta rt ed a t 10:00 a .m. in th e M in es E x p e rim e nt B u ildin g . Bu r ea u of Mi n es and Ca mpu s To ur-Th e Bureau of Mi n es la boratori es in th e Min es Exp e rim e nt bui ldin g op e n for in s p e ction from 10 to 12 and I to -to T h e flotation pi lot p la n t a nd a Humphr ey's s pira l co n ce ntrator a ls o wer e in op e ra tion durin ,; th ese p e ri od s . T h e Minin g , iV1 e ta llur g y, and G eolo gy d e partm e nt s of MS11I , and th e offi ces of th e Mi ss ou ri G eo lo g ica l S ur ve y and \ V a te r R es o u r ces \-" e re op e n t o vi s itor s durin g th e day. Th e U .S. G eo lo g ical S ur vey , Topo g rap hi c bran c h , h ad multipl e x mappin g m a c hin es in op e ration at Harri s H all. Th e B ur ea u of Min es tour s tart ed at I :00 p.m. from t h e lI-lin es Exp e rim e n t bui ldin g . Tran s portation wa s furni s h ed a nd ca r s le ft on th e tour e \' e r y h alf- hour . T h e to u r in c lud e d: Zi n c Pi lot P lant, H e a vy - U edium Pilot P la n t, a nd A ll o ys and Ph ys ic a l T es tin g La b o r ato r y. Dinn e r m ee tin g-Dinn e r was se n 'e d a t th e Pe nn a nt T av e rn at 6:30 p.m. for m e mb e rs, s tud e nt m e mb e r s, th e ir la di es , and g ues ts. Ca rl Tolm a n, h ea d o f th e G eolo gy d e p a rtm e n t at \lVas hin g ton Uni ve r s it y , a nd c hairman of t h e S t. Lo u is S ec tion of th e A I NIE. se r ve d a s toa s tllla s t e r. D r . H e nr y E. Be nt, D ean of t h e Gradu a t e S .: hool, U ni ve r s it y of Mi ss ~uri, d e li ve r ed th e dinn e r a ddr ess , " A tom s throu g h th e Lookin g G la ss ," a d isc u ss ion of a tomic e n e r gy an d it s s o c ia l im p lication s . Th e Woman 's A u x ili a r y of A IM E h e ld a lunch e on a t 12 :30 p.m. a t th e r es id e n ce o f D ea n C urti s L. \Vi ls on for th e w om e n , a nd th ey w e re in vit ed to a tt e nd th e dinn e r-m ee ti n g in th e eve nin g . T h o se prese nt fo r th e A INI E m ee tin g w e r e John A ll e n, Tra v is And e r s on , K e ith And e r s on , Hom e r J . Ba ll e n ge r , Ba rthol o m ews , O. M. B is hop , 11ab le Loui s B la k e, G e or ge Bi ll Brode rick , A r t hur IN. B run e, F. H. B un ge , G eo r ge T. Burr o w , \N . A. Ca lhoun , E . L. C la r k , A u s tin 13. C layto n , C harl es Y. C lay ton , Jo e Co lli e r , B ob Conn e tt , John C ou lth a r d, E d w in H. C rabtr ee Jr., A ndr es T. D ass on, L. P. D av ids on , Dr. R. S . D ea n , E lliott F . Dr ess n e r, R. D. E ll iott, R ay mond \ V . Farry , M. M. Fin e, Rob e rt B. Fi s h e r, V..r. H. Fit zge rald , ]. D. Fo rr es t e r, Ho wa rd Fowl e r , H e rb e rt 1\ . F ra nk e, E mi li o Fri g irio, Gl e nn Frit z, Ho wa rd O. Gra y, J. Geo r ge, M a lc o lm D. Girard ea u , Jo h n H . Goo d , Ho wa rd G r aves, O. R . G r awe, J. G . G roh s ko pf, I H a ll , H. R. Han ley, 13 . H e nr y , P a ul G . H e r o ld, No rm a n S. Hin c h ey, J e r r y Hudi s, E. Hun ze, J a m es \IV. J e n se n , H . J o h nso n , Phil J o hn s on, R ay Jon es, V . L. Kas te n , J . S. K e nn e d y, H ei n e Ke n w or t h y, A lb e r t L. K idw e ll , C linton Kn ox, Go rd o n K opp, H e rm a n La rk, "V ill a rd L ay , A . Legs din . Le roy :-1 c K e nn a , J ose A. M a ch a do , A . J. Ivl a rtin , \IV. 13. Mather, [' re d J . M ee k , Nace Mef ford, S . M. 11ollo y . Gl rr ett A ~.Iuil e nbur g , N. M . M u ir, A lb e rt 13. Nee dh a m, F . F.. ,Ne tzeband , Ja m es A . Ne u s tae cl te r, H. A. Ne u s ta edt e r . ./ o l'gc Casas N ie to . M a rjori e R. P a u l K . A . Phillip s, M rs . H. Pin "'" . G ilb e rt Plimp t on , Sa mu e l 1/ P o la c k, C h e t Pom e r oy , A R. R e ise r, Mar ga ret R e n w ic k , Wil l ia m ,A . R ya n .I r. , Ri go Sae n z, D. R. Sc h o ol e r, P r of. \lV.T.

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President of ASCE Visits MSM P rof. E. \ V. Car l ton sc r ve d as to as tma s t e r a t t h e Pr es id e nt' s Ba n q ue t g ive n in h ono r of W es le y "V. Hor n e r , Pr es id e nt of th e Am e ri ca n S o c ie t y o f C iv il E n g in ee r s . T h e o ccas ion w as a j oi n t m ee tin g of th e Mid-Mi ss ouri Sec tion A S E, and t h e MSM S t ud e nt C hapt e r , A SC E , h e ld at th e P e nnant T ave rn t h e e ve nin g of Frid ay , M ay 3, 1946. A tot a l of 88 p e rs on s e njo ye d a s te ak dinn e r a n d a s h o r t m ee tin g of th e M id-Mi ss o u ri S e ctio n , aft e r whi c h Mr. Horn e r , m e m b e r of a nationa ll y - known firm of c on s ultin g e n g in ee rs of St. Loui s , s pok e on t h e ge n e ral s ubj ec t of " Th e Func ti o n of AS C E in th e p rese nt a nd futur e n ation a l ec onom y , w ith particular re fe r e n ce to se r v ice in th e tru e se n se of th e m eani n g of th e t e rm prof ess ion a l en g in ee r ." Hi s t a lk wa s bri e f a nd to th e point an d h e co n vey ed to t h e m e mb e rs, both of Mid - M iss o uri a nd Stud e nt S e ctio n s , s om e of th e a im s a n d idea ls of th e n a tional s o c ie t y a nd th e pa r t it is pl ay in g in coop e ra ti o n with th e fo ur oth e r nati ona l e n g in ee rin g s o c ie ti es . H is talk wa s w e ll rece ived and hi s inv it a tion fo r co mm e n t s from th e fl oo r conc e r nin g matt e r s whi c h s h ou ld b e pa sse d a lon g to ot h e r natio n a l offi ce r s brou g h t comm e n t from se ve ra l m e mb e rs . Aft e r t h e dinn e r and b e for e th e formal m ee tin g of Mid Mi ss ouri Sect ion , Prof. Carlto n introduc e d P rof. " Jo e" Butl e r a nd in s is t ed that h e tak e a bow for hi s part in pl a nn in g th e m ee tin g , th e fir s t h e ld durin g 1946. Incid e nt a ll y, Prof. B utl e r wa s ca ll ed o n to tak e n o le ss than t h r ee a dditiona l bow s b e fo re P r of. Car l to n fini s h ed th e in t rodu c tion s of vi s itin g Soci e t y m e m b e rs and th e ir ladie s . Sp e cia l m e ntion s hould b e mad e of th e fa ct t h a t M r s . Horn e r a cc ompani e d h er hu s band to t h e m ee tin g and t h e wiv es of seve ral ot h e r m e mb e r s of both sec tion s w e re w e lcom e d b y P rof . Ca rl ton , Mr. Horn e r, a nd P r es id e nt D ye r (w h o fo r g ot t o in t r odu ce Mrs . D ye r a nd had to b e re mi nd e d o f hi s O\'lo rs ig ht). N ot th e lea s t impo r tant ph ase of th e m ee tin g was th e we lcom e e xt e nd ed to th e Li m e mb e r s of th e MSM S t u d e nt C hapt e r. Rob e r t L. Ma nn ( s o n of Dr. C. V. Mann of MStlI) introduc e d th e n e w ly e le ct e d s t ud e nt chapt e r offi ce r s , in clu din g Pa ul F. C ar l to n ( s on of P r of. E W. Carlton), pr es id e nte lec t; J. R . Sno,"" d e n, vi ce pr es id e nt- e le c t a nd ot h e rs. As a m ea n s of h e lpin g s tud e nt m e m b e rs o r ie nt t h e m se lves in th e pur s uit of t h e ir e du ca tion in C iv il e n g in ee rin g it is plann e d to h a ve e ach s t ud e nt a ss ig'n e d a So c ie t y m e mb e r wh o will ac t a s co u n c il or on m a tt e r s o f courses of st ud y, pa rt tim e wo rk , an d, in ge n e r al , ad vise th e s t ud e nt on a n I' m a tt e r pe rt a in in g to hi s e n g in ee rin g e du ca tion and t h e p ~ rti c ula r fie ld h e pro p o ses to e nt e r u p o n g radu a tion. Seve ral me mb e rs o f th e Mid-M iss o ur i Sec tion ca m e in f ro m J e ff e r s on C it y and oth e r point s outs t a t e . A m o n g th ese m e n w e r e M ess r s . E. L. "V ag n e r an d "V. S c ott Jo hn son o f J e ff e rs on C ity , both pas t pr es id e nt s of Mid-Mi ss o~li'i Sect io n. P res id e nt Ga r v in H. Dye r of S prin g fi e ld pr es id ed o\'e r th e s hort bu s in ess m ee tin g and Sec r e tar y -Trea s ur e r \IV. J. Sc hult e n of J e ff e rs on C it y gave a s hort fin a n c ial r e port. Th e l,; nit ed S tat es G e olo g ical S ur vey w as we ll rep rese n te d b v Cap t. L. Sadl e r, Di v is io l' En g in ee r , of Roll a, w h o is a li f~ m c mb e r o f th e Socie t y . M Si\11 was re pr ese nt e d officia ll y by D r. L. \I\I il s on a nd unoffi c ia ll y by V\fay n e S. F ranle of El d o n , Mo. E ig h tee n m em b c rs o f M id - Mi sSO L!!' i Sect ion a nd fi fte e n st ud e n t m e mb e rs m a d e u p p a r t o f t h e tota l o f S,; p e rso n s, th e b a la n ce b e in g wives o f m e mb e r s a nd fr ie nd s of t h e ASCE.

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First Military Ball Since 1943 T h e s ocia l sea s o n at MSlvI d e finit e ly took a t urn for t h e b et t e r as t h e Mi lit a ry Ba ll, seco nd to St. Pat 's , wa s h e ld April 6. T hi s was th e fir s t mi lit ary ball s in ce 19-+3 s o normalc y is aga in comi n g to th e MSM campu s . Th e Mi lit a ry Depa rtm e nt, wit h th e adva n ce d ROTC s tud e nt s , w e re th e s po n s ors. In p r ev iou s yea r s t h e Soc ie ty of Am e rican Military E n g in ee r s had c h ar ge , bu t thi s or ga ni zation is no w inac ti ve o n t h e camp us. r.ili ss H e le n La ur e n z of Rolla, a s t ud e nt in Ce ra mic engi n ee rin g , wa s c h o se n Honor a ry Ca d e t Co lone l b y t h e m e m b e rs o f th e ROT C U nit. Afte r th e op e nin g of t h e ball b y t h e p lay in g of o ur Nat ion a l A n t h e m, th e De tonator s g ave a s n app y mi l it a ry drill, g oi n g t hrou g h a co mp le te se t of s ile n t mo ve m e nt s inc lu di n g th e Q u ee n A nn e 's Ma nu a l. T h e Deto n ator s a r e a c rac k drill t ea m compo se d of a sma ll g roup of b a s ic R O T C s t ud e nt s, comma nd ed b y Cad e t Firs t Se r gea nt John Mittino. C h es t e r M . Pomeroy, fo r me rl y a ca ptain in th e A rm y an d now a s tu d e n t at MSlvI , was pr ese nt e d with t h e Oak L eaf Cl u s t e r to th e B r onz e Sta r by Maj. Richard s o n , P rofess or of Militar y Sc ience a nd T actic s. ;\ £t e r t h e Ca d e t Officers wer e intro clL;ced a nd th e Honor ary Cad e t C o lon e l co mmi ss ion e d, C o l. Laur e n z es co r t ed b y Cad et Ma j. Be rn a rd M. E nfi eld , le d the g rand marc h , and th e dancin g at th E: e ley e nth militar y b a ll officia ll y b ega n. T h e m u s ic wa s furn is h e d by Fau lkn e r's orch es tra and dir ec t e d b y C h a rli e F a ulkn e r who is now b ack from military se rvic e . T h e ball wa s formal, wit h man y of t h e ve t e ran s w ea rin g th ei r se r vice uniform s.

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Th e picture a bo ve is no t int e nd ed to b e a work of a rt it is s imply a pro g r ess pict ur e tak e n with a s mall camera s imilar to th e kind s o m a ny of Y Oll m e n tak e on eve ry cons tructio n job. Mc Ca rth y Con s tr u ction C ompan y of St. Loui s (L. lvL lVIc Ca r t hy '20) h a s th e ge n e ral co n t ract for th e buildin g ; th e Ba b coc k a nd "\V ileo x C ompa n y ha s t h e co ntra ct for tw o t ype FF int egra l furn ac e boil e r s fi re d b y B. &W. forc e d draft s tok e r s. T h e co ntract for th e c himn ey ha s b ee n award e d C u s to di s C hi mn ey C ompa n y o f C hi ca g o Th e r e wa s s om e d e lay in p lacin g thi s co ntr act a s a ll ori g inal bid s w e re re j ec t ed b eca u s e th ey were co n s id e r e d too hi g h , an d th e p ro j e ct h a d to b e r e-a d ve rti se d. W e ar e told t h at th e r e will b e s om e d e lay in obtainin g and in s tallin g a part of th e e lec t ri ca l ge n e ra tin g e quipm e nt, bu t t h e pr ese nt U n a fl ow e n g in e dri ve n ge n e rato r plu s t h e a uxiliary di ese l e n g·in e dri ve n ge n e r a tors see m to b e in reas onabl v g ood con di tion and th e ca mpu s e lec t ri ca l loa d ca n b e s uppl ~­ m e nt e d b y p ur cha s ed pow e r. T h e n e w b oi le r s a re d es ig n ed to produc e s uffi c ie nt s t eam for po we r a nd buildin g h ea tin g . As yo u kn ow, t h e old boi le r s w e r e in ve r y poo r con diti on a nd more than o n ce in t h e pa s t s ix yea rs th e re wa s g r ave doubt t h at t h e boil e rs co uld ca rry b ot h th e e lec trical and h eatin g lo a d. Fortunate ly , wi nt e r w eat h e r wa s not se' "e r e e n o u g h to ov e r-ta x th e a n c ie n t b oilers, but th e facto r of s afe ty wa s ve ry ve ry low.

Dr. Mann Resigns D r. C. V. Ma nn r es ig n ed a s p r ofe ss or of Draw in g Ap ril I , 19-+6, e ff ec ti ve at th e e nd o f t h e curr e nt se;11e s t e r. Hi s g oin g· wil l le:1 ve a di s tin c t g ap in th e MSM fac ul ty for h e wa s a w e ll inform e d e n g in ee r a nd wi d e ly known a nd r es p ec t ed in hi s fi e ld a s w e ll a s in Rolla.

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T hi s yea r, for th e fir s t time, a n e w awar d of $ 1000 will b e g ive n to th e co ll ege or uni ve r s it y t eac h e r a djud g e d to h ave co n tri bute d mo s t to th e s ucc ess ful t eac hin g of e n g in ee rin g s t ud e nt s , it was a nnoun ce d b y t h e So c ie ty for th e Promotio n of E n g ineerin g E du catio n. Th e p ri z e, to b e co nf e rr ed a nnu a ll y, will b e kno\\"n a s th e G eor ge \ Vest in g h o use Awar d in E n g in ee rin g Ed u cation . E s ta bli s h e d to commemorat e th e 100t h anni ,"e r s a r y of th e birth of t h e fam ed in v e ntor, t h e awa rd h a s b ee n ma d e po ss ibl e b y th e vVes tin g h ou se Educational Foundation. In a nnoun cin g th e plan, D r . H a rry S . Ro ge r s , pr es id e nt of t h e Soci ety fo r th e P rom otio n o f E n g in ee rin g E du catio n a nd pr es id e nt of th e Po ly t ec hni c In s titut e of Brookl yn , ma d e clea r th at whil e th e r e a r e no a ge limita tio n s in makin g th e awa rd , "con s id e rat ion w il l b e g iv e n es p ec iall y to th e y oun ge r me n who s ho w b y th e ir past r ec ord ev id e n c e of co n t inuin g activity as s up e ri ol" t eac h e r s. ' - Missour i Miner, A p ri l 23 , 1946.

Alpha Epsilon Pi, Jewish Fraternity, formed on Campus At on e o 'clcck S und ay, Ma r c h 2-+, t h e A lp h a Ep s ilon Pi frat e nlit y wa s formall y introduc e d on th e ca mpu s o f M Si\I b y t h e initiation of thr ee MSM s tud e nt s into t h e n at ion a l frat e rnit y . T h ese s tud ent s w e r e Pa ul K r am, Aaron Kram, a nd Ma r tin Ti s c h ler . The initi a tio n ce r e moni e s w e r e pe rform ed b y M r G e o r ge S . Tol l, th e exec uti ve se c re tary of A. E. Pi , Mr. Harold Goodma n , re pr ese ntin g th e A. E . P i A lumnu s Club of St. Loui s , a nd Me ss r s. J ac k Sam u e ls, S idney Sava no s ky , and Mar vin Sc hm a n of t h e S igma c hapte r of A. E. Pi atvVa s hin g ton U ni ve r s it y . Thi s frat e rni: y se t s a n ew pr ec ed e nt at MSM a s it is th e fir s t J e wi s h frate rnit y to b e o rga niz ed on t h e camp u s . Th e initiation wa s fo ll o we d by a banqu e t a t Hou s ton Hou se in New bur g . Amo n g th e g ues t s we re D r. C. L \ V ils on, D ea n of MSM, Prof. C. \ ,V. E s h bou g h, w ho will a ct as bc ult y a d vis or, th e r ep rese ntati ve s of A . E . Pi, a nd th e fam ili es of tho se in itiat ed .

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A s a d eg r ec g ra n t in g De pa rtm e nt , C iv il E n g in ee ri n g ha s exis te d a lo n g w ith i\II in e E n g in ee r in g s in ce t h e fou nd in g of th c Sc h oo l in 18 71. O f th e t h r ee m e n of th e h rs t g r a du a t in g c lass in 18 74, t w o r ece ivc ll C iv il En g in ee rin g d eg r ees . By 1886 t w e n ty -on e C iv il E n g in ee rin g an d1 9 Mi n c E" g in ee ri n g d eg r ees we r e a ward e d . In t h e p e r iod 188 7 to 192 1 C iv il E n g in ee ri n g m a d e its s lo wes t g r o w t h, ra nk in g t h ir d 'Nit h 8+ g ra d u a t es b e h in d M in e E n g in cc r in g wit h 39 7 a n d G e ne ra l Sc ie n ce w it h 85 g ra du at es . In t h e p e ri od 1922 to 1939 ( lat es t PROF. J. B . B UTLER p u bli s h e d s u mma r y ) C iv il E n g in ee ri n g foll owe d M in e E n g in ee rin g in it s c o n tinu ed lea d in t h e gc n e ra l rap id exp an s ion of t h e s c h oo l. T hr o u g h co nti n uin g h ig h e m p loym e n t of it s g r a du a tes d ur in g t h e d ep r ess ion yea r s , it b ea t a ll of it s p revi o us rec o rd s b y g ra duatin g a t ota l of 205 in t h e 8 yea r s of 193 1 to 1938 in c lu s ive. T h e hi s to ry o f C iv il E n g in ee r in g h e r e s in ce th e eu ly e ig h te e n - ninet ies b:\S b ce n e n com posse d b y t h e o u ts t a n di n g se r v ice of th e 12 t e Pro fes s or E lmo G. Harr is w h o p a sse d :lway in 19++. Prof. H a rri s li ve d to sec t h e d ed icat ion of H a rri s Hall in w h ic h t h e D epartm e n t is now hou se d. C o inc id e nt w it h mo vin g in to Ha rri s H a ll , t h e D e pa rt m e n t se t up mo d e r n la bo ra to r ies in H y dr a uli cs a nd S o il Me c h a ni cs . U nd e r Ass l. Prof. Ro y B re m e r t h e D e partm e n t is h a ndl in g th e class an d la b o r ato r y w o r k in Bio lo gy, Bacte r io lo gy a nd Sa n ita tio n w h ic h w a s fo r m e rl y a d mi ni ste r ed und e r t h e D epa rtm e n t of B io lo gy . T h e S taff of t h e C iv il E n g in ee rin g D e p a r t m e n t con s is t s of t h e follo w in g : Prof. J. B . B u t le r , c ha irm a n ; P ro f. E. W . Ca rl to n ; Ass t. P rof. V . A . C G evec k e r ; Ass t . P ro f. Ro y B r em e r; a nd Ass t. Pro f. C \ V . E s hb a u g h. L eo n H e r s hkow it z is e mp lo ye d a s a g ra du a t e a ss is ta n t a nd A lfr ed K in g as la borato r y tec h n ic ia n . P r of. J. B. B ut le r po ssesses t h e d eg r ees o f B.S . in C E . a nd B .S . in E du ca tio n fro m t h e O kl a ho ma A . a nd M . Co ll ege a nd C E . a nd M .S. fr om t h e M iss ouri Sc hoo l o f M in es . H e ha d b ee n emp loy ed in ra ilro a d a nd hi g h way w ork for thr ee yea r s a nd h a d se r ve d fo r tw o ye ar s a s a L ie ut e nant in t h e U .S . E n g in ee rs in W orld \ V a r I b efor e hi s appoint m e nt a s a n in s tru ct or in C iv il E n g in ee rin g a t MS M in S e pt e mb e r, 1920. Fo llo w in g s u ccess ive pro mo tion s h e s u ccee d e d t h e lat e P r o f. E lmo G. H a rri s as P rof ess o r a nd D e part m e n t C h a ir il l a n in 193 1. H e se rve d a four ye a r t e rm a s S u r vey o r o f P h tlp s Co u n ty f rom 1921 to 1925. H e h a s w ri tt e n bull et in s a nd p a p e r s 0 1' H y dr a uli cs a nd H ig h wa y A d m ini s trat ion a nd P la n nin g . H e is th e Co nt ac t M e mb e r for th e Hi g h wa y R esea r c h Boa rd. H e is a m e m b e r o f th e follo w in g s o c ie ti es : A m e r ica n S oc ie ty of C ivil E n g in ee r s, A m e ri ca n Ass o c ia t ion of E n g in ee r s ( pa s t Mo . S ta t e c h a irm a n ), M iss ouri S o c ie t y o f Po r fess ion a l E n g in ee rs ( o rg a ni za ti o n P r es id e n t a nd Di r e ctor ) , N a ti o n a l S oc- ie ty o f Profess io na l E n g in ee r s, A m e ri ca n l~ oad B uild e r s Ass o c ia tion ( lo n g tim e D iv is io na l V ice P res id e n t a nd D ir ec to r ) , M isso ur i Aca d e m y o f S ci e n ce (tw ice C h a irm a n of E n g in ee rin g se c tion) , P hi Ka pp a P hi, Kap p a D e lt a Pi , Th e t a T a u, a nd C h a ir ma n o f P h e lp s C ou n ty C h a p t e r , A m e ri ca n R e d C r o ss . H e a I S reg is t e r ed C iv il E ng i n ee r.

P ro fess o r E . \ V. Cu lton p o ssesses a B .S . il. nd M .S . d eg r ee fro m C ol o ra d o S t a t e C o ll ege an d " B .S. in C iv il E n g in ee rin g fr om th e M iss o uri Sc h oo l o f M in es . Hi s t eac hin g ca r ee r s ta rt ed w ith a n in s tru c tors hip in th c D e p a rtm e nt o f A pp li e d M e c ha n ics in th e U ni ve r s it y of Ne bra s ka in 1920. H e ca m e 2

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to t h e M iss o ur i Sc h oo l o f M in es as Ass i s t a n t Prof e ss or in E n g in ee ri n g Dra wi n g in 1923 a n d to t h e D ep a r t me n t o f Civ il E n g in ee ri n g in 1927. In a d dit io n to hi s t eac hin g ca r eer h e h as h e ld seve r a l r es po n s ibl e po s it i o n s i n i ndu s t r y a nd w i t h e n g in ee rin g c on s ul ti n g fi n n s. H e h as writt e n a nu m b e r o f te c hni ca l a r ti c les for pu bl ica t io n a nd is a m e m b e r of th e fo llo w in g pr o fess iona l s o c iet ies : A m e r ica n So c ie ty o f C ivil E n g in ee rs ( p as t P r es id e n t M id- M is so uri Sec tio n ) , Mi ss o ur i S o c ie t y of P ro fe ss iona l E n g in ee r s (p ast P r es id e n t), Na t io n a l S o c ie ty of PROF. E. W . CA RLTON Con g r ess o f S ur vey in g a n d Mapp in g ( V ice Pr es id e nt) , Me m b e r SP E E (p as t S t a t e Sec tio n ch a ir m a n ), M em b e r of th e S p ec ia l E C PD C o m mitt ee on Acc r ed it in g S h o r t C ou r se T e c hni ca l I n s tit u t e C u r ri cul a, M iss o uri Aca d em y o f Sc ie n ce , T r ia n g le fr " t e rn it y , P hi K appa P h i, S ig m a C h i. H e is a reg is t e r e d C iv il E n g in ee r. Ass t. P r of. V . A . C. G evec k e r is a g r a d u a t e o f M iss o uri S c h oo l o f Mi n es w it h a B .S . d e g r ee in CE . and of t h e Ca lifo rni a In s t it u t e of T ec hn o lo gy w ith a n M. S. d eg r ee in C E . He was e mp lo ye d wit h t h e U .S . E n g in ee r De p a r tm e n t, S t. Loui s , doin g r esea r ch a nd h y dra u li c stu d ies o n r ive r co n t r o l c on c e rn in g t h e M iss iss ippi, Mi ss o uri , a nd Illin o is r ive r s, a n d w it h t h e P ro c to r a nd Gam bl e Ma nu fact u r in g Compa n y, S t. Lo ui s , doin g p la n t en g i>l ee r in g wo rk. H e se rve d fi ve yea r s 1941- 1945, w it h th e U .S. A r m y in Ae ro n a uti ca l C h art a nd P o s t E n g in ee r w o rk , r e t urnin g t o inac ti ve s ta tu s w ith t h e r a nk of L ieu t en a n t Colon e l. P ro f. G eve ck e r join e d t h e s t aff in S e pt e mb e r, 1938 a s a n in s tru c tor a nd wa s promot ed in S e p t em b e r, 1940 to A ss is t a n t P rofess or. H e r e turn e d to t ea chin g in J a nu ary , 19+6. H e is a r eg is t e r ed pr o fess io n a l e n g in ee r in t h e Sta t e of M iss ouri a nd is a mem b e r of th e A m e r ican S o c ie ty o f C iv il E n g in ee r s, M iss o uri So c ie ty o f P rof e ss ion a l E n g in ee r s , N a t i ~ n a l S o c ie ty of P r ofess io n a l E n g in e e r s, P h i Kap pa P hi , Pi Kap p a A lph a, a nd A lph a P hi O m ega. A ss t. P rof. R o y B r e m e r p o sseses t h e d eg r ee s o f A .B . from Hop e Co ll ege a nd M .S . in P ubl ic H ea lth f rom th e U ni v e rs it y of M ic hi g a n. M r. B r e m e r h a d c h a r g e for o n e y ea r of th e P ubl ic H e a l th E n g i n ee ri n g Lab o r a tor y c our ses in t h e S c hool of P ubl ic H ea lt h at th e U ni v e rs it y of M ic hi g a n. H e work ed a s Sa n it ari a n for t h e A lge r Sc h oo lcr a ft H ea lth D e pa rtm e nt in N ort h M ic hi g a n fo r tw o ye a r s b e fore comin g to MSM in 1943. Th e s um me r of 1944 w a s s p e nt w orkin g for th e M iss ouri B o a rd of H ea lt h, w hi le t h e s um m e r of 1945 w a s s p e n t wo rkin g for t h e M ic hi g a n H e a lth D e pa rtm e nt. H e is a m e m b e r o f th e A m e ri ca n P ub lic H ea lt h Ass o c ia t ion , M is s o u r iW a t e r \ ,y o r k s A ss o c ia t io n a nd th e A lp ha Kappa K a pp a frat e rnit y . Ass t. P ro f. C W . E s hb a u g h p o ssesses th e d eg r ee of B .S . in CE . fro m Ka n sa s S ta t e C o ll ege . H e h a s h a d fift ee n yea r s e xp e ri e n c e in hi g h wa y a nd brid ge d es ig n , co n s tru ct ion a nd m a int e n a n ce a nd t w o ye a rs con s tru c ti o n a nd s up e r v is o r y e xp e ri e n ce in ca nton m e n t a nd a irport c o n s tru c tion in t h e U n it ed Stat es a nd Ce n t ra l Am e ri ca. H e ca m e t o th e M is s ouri Sc ho o l of M in es in 19+3 a nd s in ce th a t tim e h a s b ee n conn ec t ed wit h th e D e pa r t m e nt of C iv il E n g in ee rin g . H e is a m e m b e r o f t h e M iss o uri S o c ie ty of P ro fess io n a l E n g in ee rs , Ame ri ca n Con g r ess o n S,ur ve y in g a nd Ma p p in g, P hi Ka p pa P hi , S ig m a T a u and th e Hi g h way ' E n g in ee r s A ss oc ia t ion of M iss ouri. N

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VVith s p r in g football practice Q\'e r this week- e nd, the 19-16 g ridiron pros pec ts t nd to fo r m fo r th e JvIi sso uri Mine r s . T h e fo ll ow in g a rt ic lcs wil l g i\'e th e rea d e r a ge n e ral id ea of th c tca m 's p e rs onn e l a nd s tr e n g th for the com in g seaso n.

T h e trac k and fi e ld te am, und e r t h e dir ec tion of C oac h Ga le l3ullman, h ave a lr eady d efeatcd Cape Girardca u and Sp rin g fi e ld at a t ri a n g ul a r m ce t o n Ma rc h 30 and VV est mins te r in a du al m eet on A pril 17. D rur y Coll ege of S prin g fi c ld s h o uld b e th e ir n ex t v ic tim. O n ly liv e lettc rm c n re turn c d to t h e Mi n e r s quad, but w ith ot h e r ve te ra n s re turnin g and seve ral promi s in g fr es hm e n o ut for practi ce, Coac h Bullman is roundin g out a fin e tra ck team. Johnn y Kin g, di s ta n ce runn e r in 1943, Tomm y Pi e rce '-1 1 and Paul Ca rlton '-13, qu a rt e r-mi le rs , Nea l VV ood, wei g htma n in 19-11, an dVV a l tcr Lid e ll, '-12- '43, who was a co n s is t e nt point- ge tt e r in the po le vault, broad -jump and ja ve lin, ar e all m e n who rece ive d th c ir le tt e r in form c r yca rs a nd a re aga in carr y in g th e M SM ba nn e r on th e c ind e r path. Four rece nt hi g h s c ho o l g raduat es who s how p romi se a r e G le nn Dame ri s, hi g h jump e r, Jack Posey , mi le r, a nd T ed R eev.::s and Ca rl Dopp, hurd le r s . In th e fir s t tr ac k m ee t o f th e se a s on, th e Min e rs a cc umulat e d ,1.1 0 po int s to d efe at Ca pe Girard ea u (52 0 point s ) a nd S prin g fi e ld (36 points ). Wa l te r Lid e ll took indi v idu a l honor s for th e d ay by a ma ss in g 12 point s with a fir s t in t h e pole va ult, se co nd in t h c j ave lin and 120 y a rd hi g h hurd le s and a place in th e br oa d jum p. J o hn Kin g was a two time winn e r w ith a fir s t in th e mi lc in -1 :4 1.4 and a ls o a fir s t in t h e two mile wit h 10: 34.9. A track re co rd h e re at th e sc hool wa s brok e n in th e 220 ya rd da s h w h e n L ee R e id of Cape Gi rard c a u brok e t h e tap c in 21.4 sec o nd s . Thi s tim e a ls o b eat th e s tandin g MIA A co nf e r e nc e r ec ord w hi c h is 21.7. Th e M in e rs, o n Ap ri l 17, routcd a weak vVes tmin s t e r tea m b y sc ori n g 97 point s to th e oppon e nt s 37, win nin g eve r y eve nt e xc e pt t h e bro a d jump. T he mo s t int e r es tin g cve nt of th e day wa s t he mile re lay , fea turin g l'aul Ca rlt on, C harl es Tothil l, C li ffo rd Turn e r a nd Hill VV e is mant c!' A lthou g h al way s ah ea d of th e ir oppo n e nt s , th e Min e r s we re rea ll y pu s h e d throu g hout th e r ace to win in 3:39.

Miner Backfield Shows Fine Line- u p of T a le n t S prin g footba ll pr ac ti ce at th e Sc hool of Min es is di s pla y in g a pr o mi s in g li s t of pot e nti a l ba cklle ld t a le nt. Thr ec full ba c k s , Ilvc h a l fb ac k s, a nd thr ee s ig nal ca ll e rs ar c runnin g p lays w ith ap pro x im ate ly tw e nty - fi ve lin eme n eac h cve nin g on th e upp e r a thl e ti c fi e ld. Alt h o u g h li g h t in w e ig h t, th esc ba c k s s h o uld pr ov id e pl e nty of sc orin g t hr ea t on t h e g ridiron n ext fa ll. Fo ur le tt e rm e n, two from th e 19-15 tca m , a r c c ur r e ntl y pra c ti c in g w ith ta le nt e d vete ran traine es and form e r hi g h sc h oo l s tar s . Pa ul Ful lop , on e of th e fin es t r unning back s in M S M hi story, is b ac k o n th e camp u s aft e r a thr ee yea r hit c h in th e 'V[ a rin es . Pa ul p laye d on th e o ut s ta ndin g '-II and '-12 tea m s , and h e s hould b e a g r eat a sse t to the tea m n ex t fall. Frank H equ e mbour g, c hi e f offe n s iv e thr eat on last yea r' s t ea m, is di s playin g hi s us ua l s kil l in d a il y p ra c ti ce. Th e oth e r h alfb ac k s are D ic k \Vhitn ey, J o e H e nn essey , a nd John Flo n e lli . Ex-se r vice m e n, th ese bo ys a rc li g ht a nd fast . Bon e lli is exccp ti o n a lly fas t a nd is p la nnin g to run t h e da s h es in tr ac k thi s s prin g , J e rome T. Be rry , N orman T ur c k, and Stanley Sto n e a rc th e tea m 's fu ll ba c k s , 8 e r r y, hu s k y 190 pound e r, r eal ly ha s b ee n hittin g th e lin e in pra c ti ce. Tu rc k is con s id e re d t h e b est punt r o n th e t eam , a nd Stone is a fin e passe r. A lthou g h h e we ig h ts o n ly 165 lb s ., S ton e s hould se e pl e nt y of ac tion n cx t fa ll. Thr ee ab le quart e rb ac k s a r e ca llin g s ig nal s on th e fi e ld. Bo b R e ic h e l t, lett e rm a n in 19-13, l-lo b K e mp e r , b as k e tball le tt e rm a n and form e r So u t h e rn Illin o is U niv e rs ity b ac k, a nd lIifartin Hob e lm an com pl e te t h e li s t of bac k s . A rt Sc hmidt , le tt e rm a n from th e 19-15 t ea m, inju re d hi s foot durin g th e fir s t w ee k of p rac ti ce a nd ha s n ' t r e turn e d to th e s quad. C oa c h Ga le B ull ma n s ays it is too ea r ly to do mu c h p r e di ct in g o n th e 19-16 M in e r g ridiron team, but , if t h e a s pirant s work h a rd, th ey s h o uld pro v id e t h e ir oppon e nt s pl e nt y of troub le w h e n t h e w hi s tl e b lows n ext fal l. T wenty-two Linemen Form Stal wart W a ll T wen ty -two lin e m e n c urr e nt ly wor k in g o ut at MS;'d durin g Spr in g foo tb a ll p ractice te nd to g ive t h e Min e rs' st a lwart wall a promi s in g o utl oo k for t h e 19-16 pigs kin se a s on. Seve n of th ese m e n a rc fo rm e r Minc r le tt e rme n Fo ur of th cse we r e m e mb e rs of t h e 19-15 t ea m. S eve n e nd s are ca t c hin g pa sses a nd a r e br ea kin g t hr o u g h t h e oppo s ition in d ai ly p ractic e -ac h eve nin g on th e u ppe r fi e ld. T h ree of t h ese bo ys a r c e x p ec tin g to e n te r th e ar m cd se r vic e b e for e n ext fa ll a nd t h e ir a b se nc e wi ll d a mp e n th e Mi n e r 's h o p es at thi s po s ition. Th c e n d s a r e Geo r ,'e Ea di e, ba s k e tball le tt e r man a nd So u t h e r n Illin oi s U ni ve r s ity play e r b efo r e e nt e rin g th e A ir C O[' p s ; Ja c k R ot h e r a nd Ge n c K e nn e dy, le tt e rm e n from t h e 19-1 ,1 te am; Otto Clayto n, p r o mi s in g red- h e ad e d \'e t e ra n; J ohn R atc lifT, Al Ro ge rs , an d H ill VV e is lll a n t e l. S ix b ig tack les, in c ludin g fo u r letterme n , a rc p ractic in g w it h th e team. A ll th ese m c n a rc \. tc ra n s an d s ho uld b e ill sc h oo l n ex t fa ll. Ne a lV\f oo d, A la n I ~ eve r agc, R a lph Ruw we , and Don M at h cws are th c four le tterm c n. H a rl a n Meye r a nd I_u t h c r S tee le comp le te t h e b ig bo ys in t h e tackle s lot. On ly on e let te r man , Jo e H e pp, is re tur nin g to th e g u ar d pos it io n . H e wa s a m c mb e r of t he team last yea r. Th e o th e r g uard s s h ow in g pro mi se a rc R ei nhart Ga ue rk e , J o hn Flrockett, A r t hur W e b c r, Ro b e r t VVe in e l, and Murray Pipkin . Th cse bo y s a r c bi g a nd fa s t an d a r c ex p ec t e d to b e r ea dy to s h ow th e ir tale nt s n ext fa ll. Th r ee ce nt e r s co m p le te t h e p e rs on ne l in t h e Min e r lin c . T h ese boys : Ralph Sta ll ma n , .Jo e Ak ke rs , a nd J o h n O s -

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And s till t h e r e is n't a p lace to live as th r e t u rnin g \'c t c ra n can tes tify. 583 vete ra n s e n r ol led in M SI'vI for th e s pr in g se m es t e r to tripl e t h e sc h ool' s pop u lation a nd add to th e h o u s in g co n fu s ion as a r oun d fort y p e rce n t we re m a rri ed. iVI a n y mo re a r e a nti ci pa ted for t h e fa ll se m es te r . Ne w indu s tr ies cam e to t h e town s u c h as D r. P e pp e r b ottli n g wor k s , a Gr a p e t t e bott lin g p la n t, a n e w In t e rn a tio n a l H a r ves t e r s to r e a n d se r v ice s hop , S u h re's (M S M '3 1) con c r e te blo c k p la n t, a h u ge 5 a n d IO c s tor e p u t u p by th e Sto lz e nt e r pri ses ; r es ta u ra nt s com e a n d g o , bu t on th e corn e r of Pi n e a n d E ig h t h t h e r e s till s t a n d s th e Sco tt d ru g >to re w it h J o hn ' c ott hi m se lf s ti ll ve ry a c ti ve. H e s ti ll ma n a ges to hir e M S M s t ud e nt s d ur in g ru s h h o ur s a nd es p ec ia ll y durin g t h e ru s h fo r b ook s (t h e ru s h las t s as lon g a s t h e b ook s la s t a nd t h at is n ' t lo n g i). Ma ny a n a lumn u s wil l r e m e m b e r H & S ac ro ss from th e po s t offi ce, H a n 'ev's , a res ta ur ti n t that fee d s M S M s t ud e nt s a n d a lot of ot h e r p eop le . Hot h C la ud e H ar vey a nd F r ed S mi t h a r e lo n g s in ce g o n e to t h e ir re wa rd, bu t th e Han-ey fami ly ca rr ie s on and P ry or is wh a t w e wo u ld ca ll th e s pitti ll ' ima ge o f h is fa t h e r. It 's b ee n a lo n g tim e s in ce y ou r re port e r h a s see n 3 s o n so m u c h lik e h is fa th e r as c on ce rn s p h ys iq u e, fa c ia l e xp ress ion an d pe rso n a lity . Mak e a n ot e now to drop in a t H ar vey's res ta ur a n t- as ea rl y a s fi ve a .m. is a ll r ig h t a n d r;-e t ac qu ai n t ed w it h P ry or. T h e H o u s to n H ou se in Ne w bu r g, run b y H o bbs Ho u s ton , 19 1-+ foo tb all fa m e, wi th it s fr ied c hi c ke n a nd h o t r o ll s , D ee n 's A ir Ca s t le out b y th e airpo r t wit h it s j u k e bo x d a n cin g a nd bo wl in g , a n d b y a ll m ea n s, t h e Mi n e r s Co un t ry C lu b , t h e P e n na n t Ta ve rn , w it h it s 3.2 b ee r, ar c a ll s tud e n t h a n g out . A lt h o u g h t h e tr e n d is c h a n g in g , t h e Tav e rn is s t ill on e of th e p la ccs fo r a lvl in e r to g o, S3y o n a F r id ay o r Sat urd a y ni g ht. Th e a ir port h as b ee n comi n g in to it s ow n, es p eci all y s in ce pi lot il,s tr u c ti on i ~ now of'e r ed u nd e r th e GI b ill o f ri g ht s . O n e b oy o\\' n s h is own p la n e a nd Dr. Mi les is pa r t ow n e r of o n e . A b o nd iss u e in t h e am oun t o f $30,000 for n e w dra in a ge sys t em s a nd an a dditio n t o th e ce m e t e ry wa s a n i,s u e b e for e t h e c ity vot e rs. S un-ey in g is now g o in g on t hr o u g h N o rth Ro ll a for a fo ur la n e s up e r hi g h wa y w h ic h wi ll b e b a nk ed fo r 70 m iles an h ou r t ra ffi c, wi th limi te d e nt ran ces a nd ex its . T h is ,l e w s p ee d way w ill co nn ec t S t. Lo u is wi th a s im il ar s t r ip t h a t h as b ee n co n s t ru c t ed fr om F t. Leo n a rd "Vood pa s t D ev il's E lbo w t o war d s R o ll a . A n e w Ba pt is t c hur c h h as ju s t bee n comp le t e d a nd t h e o ld o n e h as b ee n con ve rt e d in to a fun e ra l c h a p e l. A n ew Ca th o lic c h ur c h is n ow u nd ," r C0n st ru ct ion at th e co rn e r of Hi g h wa y 66 a nd S tat e s t ree t. T h e C h r is ti a n c h u rc h was r ece n t ly b a d ly da m a ge d by a n ex plos io n a n d fi r e a n d is ra pid ly b e in g re bu ilt. T h e F ra nk I~ . Pow e ll L u m b e r C ompa ny is t h e s ubj ec t of a n ill us tra t ed a rti c le in t h e curr e nt iss ue of So u th e r n Buildin g S upp li es , a n e w bu ild in g s u p p ly tra d e ma gaz in e fo r lu m b e r and bu il din g m a t e ri a l d ea le r s in t h e s o uth eas te rn a n d s out h wes t e r n , t a tes . .I o h n D.Po\\ e ll cx -'-+ / has rece nt ly r e t u rn ed from th e M e rc h a nt :\I a ri n e to e nt e r hi s fath e r 's b us in ess a n d R o b e rt L c n ~e '37, w h o se w ife is th e fo rm e r Sy b il Pow e ll , is a ls o ac t ive in t h e bu s in ess. T h e n ea rb y tow n o f A rl in g to n , r ece n t ly sol d to th e p r ese nt ow n e rs fo r $ 10,000 is b e in g "o u g h t by t h e Va n g ua rd S t udio s of Ho ll y w o o d , Ca lif., for p u b li c ity p ur po ses. T h e s tudio p la n s to r e- n a m e it " Du e l in th e S u n." 2

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Th e S ig m a P is h ave b ee n o cc u p y in g th e ir n e w h o u se s in ce la s t C h r is tm as . T h e K A' s a rc tr y in g to bu y a h o use. \/I/e ca n ' t r e po r t o n Q uo Va d is, T N E a nd Pip e a nd Bo w l b ecau se y e E dit o r ha s not ha d tim e to b ird -d o g a ro und eve nin gs. Mor e a b o u t th ese o u tfit s la t e r . F r d L a n e s ti ll h ol d s fo rth wit h Ka rl K e r s h n e r 's '20 in b ot h C h em bu ildi n gs . Sam W il lia m s fa th e r s th e bu dd in g m e ta llur g is t s w h o n ow in c lud e in t h e ir compa n y a y o u n g la d y ass ay is t. Ho b Dic k e r s o n is lo n g s in ce g o n e ; h e wa s s u cceed ed b y F r ed M cCaw, a nd Erni e H en ciI-i x is n ow s u p e rin t e n d e n t o f l3 uildin gs a nd G r o un d s. P rof. U nd e r woo d is p a rt o f E r ni e's g a n g bu t h as b ee n dr aft e d to t ea c h t h e e m bry o m ec ha n ica l e n g in ee rs s o m e t hin g a bo u t w e ldin g an d bl ack s m it hin g . P r of. Ho w e n s p e nd s mo s t of hi s t im e w ith t h e " h o r se y " se t in a nd ar oun d Ro ll a, bu y in g , se llin g a n d s h o e in g sad dl e ho r ses . S pik e D e nn ie t ea c h es ma th a n d k ib it zes o n Bu ll m a n. T h e la tt e r is pl a nnin g b ig thi n gs fo r hi s footba ll t ea m t hi s fa llh e re turn ed f ro m t h e N a vy la t e thi s la s t wint e r. Dw ig h t (Hafe ) Hafe li is Ga les ' a ss is t a nt a nd h a nd les in t ra mur a l s p o r t s. Pe r cy Gi ll, a ls{) r e ce n t ly r e lieve d f rom a c t ive d ut y in t h e N a vy , ha s d c; pa r t e d for th e U n ive r s it y of N o rth Ca r o lin a a t C h ap e l H ill wh e r e h e is a ss is tant c oac h. T h e camp u s, if s u c h a t hin g is po ss ib le, is pr e tt ie r t h is yea r t h a n dur in g t h e p re tt ies t s pr in g y ou ca n r e m e mb e r e v e n th e o ld tim e r s sa y s o. T h e r e ar e tulip b e d s a nd th e s tud e n t s don ' t pi c k t ul ips . A n y bod y r e m e m b e r D r. B ro o k s ' fam ou s s p ee c h o f 192-+ a lon g thi s lin e ' Th e pl ac e h a s ta k e n o n th e m e llo w n ess o f yea r s-bu t w e wo n ' t cl a im 3n y th in g a b o u t c lo is t e r e d ha ll s an d ivy -c la d w a ll s . Th e Ro ll a b u iidin g r e ma in s a bo ut a s y o u la s t saw it - so d o '"s N o r wood H a ll , eve n t h o u g h Pro f. F ra m e h a s a ve r y w e ll e q uip p e d E E la b w it h p ract ica ll y eve ry kind of equi pm e n t sa ve a n atom s ma s h e r. T h e s t e ps in th e M e t bui ld in g f rom g r o und to fir s t Aoo r s t ill s q ue a k a n d m a k e an awf u l r a c k e t. B oo t es h a s a lo t o f n e w eq ui pme n t. S o h as Aaro n M il es (Dr. Mi les o n th e r o s te r ) w ho p r es id es in old M ec h a n ica l H a ll. H e is quit e a sc ro un ge r o f s u rp lu s g o ve r n m e nt p r op e rt y, h av in g ac q uir ed a n e w g r il, d e r a nd o t h e r s p ec ia l pow e r too ls p lu s, of co u r se, t h e VVes t in g h ou se sc a le mo d e l p ow e r p la n t w hi c h Fre d S c h n ee b e r ge r s n atc h ed (at a g oo d d isc o un t ) f r o m e it h e r T exa s U or T exas A & M w hil e t h ey w e r(' a r g u in g a b o u t w h ic h on e o f t h e m w ould ge t it. Aa r o n wi ll h a v e mo r e to s a y in t h e n e x t iss u e a b o u t thi s v a lu a bl e a dd ition to th e :-ifE d e pa rtm e n t e q u ipm e n t. Pi c tur es of t h e n e w ca mp us pow e r p la nt a p p ea r e lse w h e r e in thi s is;; ue . T h e b o il e r s a nd s to k e rs w i ll b e r ea d y to op e ra t e th is fa ll - t h e r e wa s s om e d e lay in p la c in g t h e c o n t ract fo r t h e c hi mn ey, a n d w,e. h op e s om e b o dy 's fa ce won't b e r e d wh e n it c om es tim e to fir e u p. R e m e m b e r t h o se co ld s h ow e r s d urin O' th e foo t b a ll seas o n of 1922 wh e n t h e p r ese n t o ld tea k e ttl e,; we r e b e in g re pa ir e d ' Gr ea t p la n s ar e in t h e m a kin g fo r m o r e a nd b e t t e r bu ildin gs. As y o u kn ow, th e n e w C h e m ica l B ui ldin g is o nl y h a lf a bu ildin g-th e ot h e r h a lf is n ee d d r ig ht now, a nd we s hud d e r to thi n k ho\\' K e r s hn e r, D oc Mon r o e a n d D r. Sc hr e n k (Co ll tinu ed

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John D. D ee ry becam e a reg iste re d c n r; in ee r in the S ta te o f 'N es t V i rg ini a last yea r. Accordin g to J ohn, who is e mployed by t h e We s t V ir g inia C oal a nd C ok e Co mpan y, th e re a re quit e a few oppo r tuniti es for minin g e n g in ee rs in 'hi s s tat e wit h a ve r y fe rtil e field in co ,1 1llinin g. Th e va riou s tipp le manuf ac tur e r s a re in need of 1ll ec h anica l a nd s tru ctura l e n g in ee rs. 1,I a n y minin g compa ni es who we r e d e ni ed t h e n ecessa r y priority du r in g th e war for n ew clean in g plant s a nd p la nt a lt e rat ions a re II OW turnin ::; th e ir order s loo se. J o hn' s a ddr ess is 130x 6路P, Omar, ' !\fe s t Virginia.

MSM Men at Canadian Institute M S M men fi g ur e d pr omin e ntl y In t h e Ann ual Me e tin g of th e Ca n a dian In s titu te of Minin g an d :vIeta llu rgy h e ld in :'I[ontr ea l A pril 9 to I I. Van H. Smit h ' 10 in th e Toronto office of No rth Ame ri ca n Cya namid, Ltd., was chai rm an of th e sess ion of th e Meta llur gy divi s ion. Rob e rt E. Dye '12, ge n e ral mana ge r , Dom e Min es, I.td., fu n cti on ed in a s imil a r capac it y for th e M et;'! 1 :'I'I inin g divi s ion. A p a p e r, "F rood- S tobi e Ope n I' i!" was pr es ente d by H. J. Mutz '21, Supe rint c liti c li t of 11 in e s ,ln te rnation a l N ick e l Co mpan y.

The Tyrrells ivIor ri s L. T y rr e l '26 and Mr s . Tyrre ll vis it ed the campu s duri n g th e w ee k of Apri l 2 1 wh il e on a s h ort vacat ion from Morri s's activ iti es a t Ce la n ese C orporation of Amer ica a t Na r row s, Va. Th ey w e re acco mpani ed by h is fa th e r, Frank L. Ty r re ll '92 who now r es id es in Sa le m, ]vIo. , an d who, we und e r s ta nd , is s om e thi n g m o re than ju s t a gent le man fa r m e r.

MSM Ceramic Students Attend American Ceramic Society Meeting in Buffalo Dr. He r o ld, c h ai rm a n of t h e Ce ramic E n g in ee rin g d e partm e nt , a nd t hr ee g raduate s t ud e nt s , attended th e recent ACS an nu a l m ee tin g in B uffa lo, N .Y., from Apri l 28 to Ma y 3. T h e s tud e nt s a tt e ndin g who are wor ki n g on t h e ir M.S. d e g r ees a r e C. f\. Lamb e le t '43, E. L. K e y '43, and N , R. Sew e ll, B .S., G eorgia T ec h . T h e party drov e to R u ffa lo w h e r e th ey were a bl e to vi s it wit h many oth e r a lumni of ]vISM . Tho se pr ese nt w e r e Dr. '.N. J. Smothe rs '40, who is Di r ec tor of R e se a r c h of Bow es Seal-Fast C orporation, C. A. F r ee 1llan '28, h ea d of E n g in ee r Sa les, f\. P. Gr ee n F ir e bri ck C omp a n y, D r. F. J. Zvaunt '3 2, F e rro E n am e l C o r poration, R. C. \!\f e ige l '34, M ex ic o R e fr ac tori es C ompany, 'YV. E. Crockett '41 , R e mm ey & SO :l S Company, A. \!\f. A ll e n '4 1, in s tr u ctor at th e U ni ve r s ity of Illi noi s , L H. Bo lz '43 , Nat ional B ur eau of Sta nd a rd s . Th e hi g hli g ht s of th e meeti n g were pap e r s on kiln op e ration, dryin g by usc of ra di a nt e lect ri c h eat e rs, an d a d e mons tra t ion of th e tec hniqu e of ma k in g plas te r mo ld s. Dr, H e rold \-va s e lect e d V ice P res id e n t of th e Ce rami c Ed u cat iona l C ounci l and G ran d Secreta r v of th e Honorary Ce rami c frat e rnit y , K e ra mo s, fo r t h c c ~min g ye ar. Nex't yea r th e r e are p lans to ho ld a l\ISM a l umni b a n quet a t w hi c h we h ope to h av e a g oo d c rowd. T he m ee tin g of t h e ACS n ex t yea r wi ll b e at At la nti c C ity .

Band B Away back in the ea rly twe ll tie s a co u p le of fe ll o w s o ver at t h e o ld B o n anza H o u se fo rrned a very c lose fl路ic n d s hip . U nlik e m OS t co llege fl-i e nd s :lips , thi s o n e was to endure ill the :,a111e cl ose mann e r ;1 11 thr o u g h the yea r s s in ce that ti m e. -l \fil o Bedell '2 3 and AI Boyle '25 wer e s uch c lo se a ssoc iat e s ill a ll so rt s o f a c ti vities, tha i they beca m e kn o wll as B a nd B. On e eve nin g, wh e n Band B were do in g so me -ex tr a-c urr ic u lar exper im ent in g with the bever-

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arc go in g to In ndl c the mo b by th e fall of 1946. O ur go od fri e nd a nd fel low a lumnu s, Dr. f\. I) G r ee n of fir c bri ck fam e, h ea d ed a co mmit tee vvhi c h st udi ed t h e prese n t faci liti e~ of a ll the Mis oouri e du cat ion a l in s titution s an d pr ep ar ed a r ep ort o n pl a nt an d b u ildin g r equirement s to carry th e lo a d prope rl y . H e h as n ot forgotten MSM. 'vV e reco m m e nd th a t yo u se c ur e a copy of hi s cOlllm itt ee 's r e port '1nd s tud y it. Your Al umni Ass o c iation d oubt less wi ll calion you on e of these d ay s (a nd pe rh a ps s oon e r tha n y ou now think pos s ibl e) for h e lp in " puttin g th e h eat on" w h e r e It s h ould o e app li e d in ord e r to make so m e of t h ese r ec ommendatio n s "ea l iti es . S o-c om e to th e 75 th f\nniv c r sa ry thi s fa ll a nd sec for y ourse lf a nd b e in sp ir e d wi th w h at you sec- a nd b e s ur e t'lat M SM is fillin g a v ita l n eed in e n gi n ee r in g e du ca tional circles toda y a s it ha s in th e pas t.

MSM Alumnus to be Published Monthly Co mm e n ci n g wit h th e Ju n e 1946 iss ue, you r ma gaz in e will be pu bli s h ed month ly in s t cad of bi-monthl y a s in th e pa s t. I t is hop ed th a t b y gett in g t he A lumnu s to yo u twic e as often we wi ll b e able to se n 'C you a bout fo ur tim es as we ll as we did in th e pa s t. Ei g ht her e a nd now th e pre se nt s taff want s to hand, not on e or c hid but seve ra1, to th c s taff who pllbli s h cci th e A l umnu s durin g t h e war yea r s. T h ey did an out s tandin g pi ece of work as a ll of u s , particular ly tho se in t h e se rvi ce, will a g ree. T h e r e fo re, ou r thank s to N o e l Hubbard , Howard Kat z and all th e res t w h o wo rk ed so faithfully with Fr ed Sc hn ee b e rge r und e r tryin g c ir c um s tance s, I n o rd e r to pub lis h monthl y, it is ne cess ary that we have pai d advert is in g. He re is th e point a t whic h s o m a n y of yo u alumni e nt e r t h e picture. \lY e d o not attempt to s tr ess a lar ge circu lat io n, but we do want to s tr ess th e fact that th e m es s a ge of a natio n a l adverti se r wi ll b e read and assim il ated by a ve r y se lcct g roup of men who arc in a pos it ion e ith e r to bu y o r s p ec ify mat e rial s a nd cq uipm e n t. O ur pr ese nt cir c ulation is 2000 copies , and we expect to build th is ci r cu lation u p to 3000 b efore th e e nd of 1946. Adv e rti s in g rate s w ill b e $50 pe r pa ge, $25 p e r h a lf pa ge a nd ~ I ,'i p e r quart e r page. Th e out s id e b ac k cover wi ll b c $60. T h ese rate s conform with t ' lO se c har g'c d by Co lorado Sc h ool of M in es a nd ot h e r alumni a ss ociatio n s p ubli s hi n g a s imi lar ll1ag a zin c. Th e refo re, In v iew of th e a bo ve, co n s ider t hi s a n adva n ce noti ce that yo ur A dmini s trati\'e Secretary .-; oon wi ll b e writ in g a numb e r of a lu mn i whom h e know s wi ll b e abl e to prod u ce s ome n a tional a dv e rti s in g for th e Jun e iss u e. Yo u mi g ht a ls o t e ll y ou r fri e nd s and as s o c iat es that w e hop e to carry a s ort of "SEARCH L I GHT" sec tio n s imi la r to that carri e d in McGraw -Hi ll 's " I'ow e r " and oth e r ma gaz in es in whic h co n s ultin g e n g in ee rs and oth e rs ma y peddle t h e ir war es, \/"/e wi ll a ls o mak e thi s a so rt of c lea rin g hou se fo r h e lp wa n ted o r s ituatio n s wante d adve r ti s in g an d wi ll op e n thi s pa g c to bot h a lu mni a nd ind us try at reas onab le rat es . I t is our hun c h t h a t thi s "sea rc h lig ht " pa g<: wi ll fill a lon g fe lt n ee d amon g the membe rs of our A ss ociation. EDITOR.

age q ua lities o f vari o ll s liquid s prevalent in n o ll a a t the lim e, A I B oy le ran a te s t 011 so me valli lla e xt ra ct. Tn order to atte s l 10 the palat ibililY o f thi s so luti o n in it !-' nat ive fo r111 it wa s n ecessary that he a Clua ll v s wa ll o w a s ma ll am o unt of th e liquid - so A I ~I rank so me va n illa extract-and h is fe ll o w exper im e nt er, :M il o Bede ll , g ot s ic k! T hey we re that cl ose . Aft e r gradual in g fr o m A1.SM, b o th Band n migrat e d to Alt o n , 11 1. , wher e they .He now t o p executive s in the Laclede Stee l Company. \"h e n t h ey 'lrs t anived a t Lacled e Stee l, Mi lo Bede ll was po uud illg- o ut a patter n o f SO llle so rt

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or othe r o n e da y , -'I e wa s u s ing a sma ll ball an d pean hammer, and he mi scalu lated hi s s win g ju st e n o ugh 10 c rack him self o n o n e o f hi s fInge rs , AI B oy le, o n the OIhe r s ide o f the roo m, ho ll ered. u O Ue l l" ! They're s ti ll that c lo s e. AI BO\' le is n o w Chairman o f the S t. L o u is Sect io n ~f the Alum ni A ssocia ti o n , whi ch job wa s a lso h e ld so m e I ill1e a go by ,\ 1 il o Bedell.

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Robert S. Green '33 Ele::ted President of Fire Brick Company Ro b e rt S . G ree n ha s b ee n e lec t ed p res id e nt of t h e A . P. G ree n Fi re B ri c k Compa n y at Mexico, Mo., s u cceedin g hi s fat h e r, A. P . Gr ee n , S r. (MSM Hono rary '35) w h o b ~ ­ c om es c h ai rm an o f t h e Board of D ir ec to rs. Bob g rad uate d in ce ra mi c e n g in ee rin g and wa s resea r c h e n g in ee r w ith t h e A . 1". Gr ee n Fi r e B ri c k Company until th e be g lnl11n g of th e wa r w h e n h e e nt e r ed t h e n avy a s an e n s io- n. H e saw ex t e n s ive ac ti ve dut y in b ot h t h e At la n t ic an d Pacific a r ea s a nd wa s re ce nt ly di sc h a r ge d a s a li e u te na n t com ma nd e r. On t h e ca mpu s Bo b wa s a m em b e r of th e S ig ma N u fr a t e rnit y a n d se r ved a s p res id e n t of th e c hapt e r. 2

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F r ed G r otts h ea d s t h e n e w ly formed a nd fu lly op e ra t in g fi rm known a s th e C h es t e r E le ctr ic S tee l Co mpan y, s p ec ia lizin g in ca rbon a ll oy a n d s ta inl ess s te e l cas tin gs . Thi s wa s t h e C r u m L y n n e Fo und r y b uilt at C h es te r , Pa " b y t h e RF C and op e r a t e d durin g th e wa r by th e At lant ic St ee l Cast in g C ompan y . Mr. Grott s, a me ta llu r g ica l e n g in ee r , h a s b ee n p r es id e n t of th e Fort P it t S t ce l Cas ti n g C ompany s in ce 1939 a nd ha s b ee n v ice pres id e nt of th e Le b a non Steel Fo undr y a nd s u pe rint e nd e nt of th e A m e ri c an S t ee l Fo undri es .

Alfred H. Hesse '33 Joins R. Lavin & Sons, Inc. " Po r o s it y in B ron ze Cas tin gs," b y A lf r ed H. H esse is the main a r tic le in th e J a nu ary, 1946, iss u e of " Th e Vin g ot," pu bli s h e d b y R. Lavin & So n s, In c., C hi ca g o, II I. H e h as j u s t joine d t h e La v in or g a ni zation . For tho se int e r es t ed in hi s com pl ete pap e r, it wa s o ri g in a lly pu bli s h e d in "Tra n s action s", Am e rican Fo u ndr y m e n 's Ass oc iat ion , V ol. 49, pp. 331 - 360 (1941) .

Two MSM Men with Mines, Inc. Thi s s umm e r fi ~' e of s ix s tud e nt s from MSM pl u s two s tud ent s eac h from s ix oth e r minin g s c hool s wi ll b e e mp lo ye d b y M in es I n corpo rat ed in C rippl e C r ee k , C o lo. M in es In corporated is a n e w ly form e d C orporation t h at is ca rr y in g on an ex t e n s ive s am plin g a nd exp loratio n pro g ram on Glo b e a nd Iron c lad Hill s in th e C rippl e C r eek di s trict. A s amplin g pl ant ca pa bl e of h a ndlin g 10 ton s p e r hour is und e r con s tr u ct ion a nd s ample s tak e n 'w ith th e u se of po we r s hove ls wil l b e ru n throu g h thi s p lant. In a ddition to t hi s lar ge scal e s amp lin g pro g ram s t ud e nt s w ill c ut h a nd samp les f rom s mall pro s p e ct hol es . A ll of th ese s amp les w ill b e a s saye d in an a ss a y offi ce to b e op e n e d o n G lob e Hil l. In a ddit ion to c uttin g hand s amp les, th e s t u d e nt s w ili hav e a n oppo rtunity to h el p in t h e a ssay offic e, e n g in ee rin g office, samplin g plant, and samp le pr e pa ra tion office. St u d e nt s w ill a ls o carryo n s om e topo g rap hi c and ge o lo g ic mappin g . T h e s a m p lin g and explo ratio n wo rk is b e in g ca rri e d on und e r th e s upe rv is ion of 'I\f illi am¡ H. B ur g in a nd Co lin G, Ro se , b ot h of th e cla ss o f '-10 a nd both form e r e n g in ee rin g o ffi ce r s In th e a rm y air fo rce. Dr. Forr es t e r r eport s t h at two junior b oys h a ve s ig n e d u p a nd t h at abo ut fo ur mor e a r e int e r este d in th e proj e ct.

James R. Gentry' 39 in Business in Hannibal H a nniba l E n g in ee rs a nd C on s t ru cto r s, Co n s tru ct io n Man age m e nt , M uni cipa l, I n du s t ri a l a nd Ind iv idu a l, J. R. Ge n t r y, C.o n s ult a nt , IS th e le tt e r h ea din g fo r th e n e w firm h e ad e d b y . J a m es R. G e ntr y . Thi s org aniz a tion h a s b ee n doin g land Sur veys, plan s a nd s p ec ifi ca tIOn s for a lt e rat ion s of c ourthou se to m ee t t h e n ew c on s t ituti on, a nd a s tru ct ur a l d es ig n for a s m a ll h o te l. Th ey wo uld we lcom e a ny e n g l11 ee rin g' j ob that n ee d s to b e d o n e. . .I im h a s app lie d for prof ess ion a l e n g in ee r r eg is tr a ti o n a nd IS a ls o app ly in g for a rc hi tect reg is tr a tion. N

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ALUMNI PERSONALS l 896 Fra n c is N . Flynn e x- '96 n o w liv es at R o ut e 2, Box 488, F o ntana, Ca li f. Jud so n \,\ ', Jon es, wh o aucncl ed "M Si\( in 1902, is w ith th e New Jer se y n eha bjlit ~lIi o ll . 10 60 Bro ad s tr eet , Newa r k 2, N. J . 19U; J. J . Brown is retired fro m bu s in ess. and li ve:. a t 12 7 N. Crcs lway, Wic hi ta, Kan. 1906 \Nilli a m T . Griffith retired fr o m sc h oo l teachin g ill 1944 . I f e is li v in g ill Sa nd Co ul ee, )f o llt. 1907 \·V;lI i3111 P. Hatch ha s 235 B ea c h s t reet , \ Vo lla !=i to ll 70, ?v( a ss., fo r hi s addre ss. 190 8 1 r. A. John so n, ge ne ral s up er int e nd ent for T o n o pa h 11ining Co m pa n y, T o n o pa h, Nev., ha s bee n e lected to m emb e r ship in AT?\'fE. .George I-T. Boyer g i ye s 72 13 C r e sh e i 111 road . l)hi lacl e lphia 19, Pa., fo r hi s co rr ect mailing add re ss. 1909 Fran k X. Na chtma nn is w ith l he purcha s ingdepartmellt o f the S l. L Olli s a n F ranc isco Rai l· way Co mpa n y at the FI-isco Bui ldi ng, 906 Olive, ' t. Lo ui s 1, ~{ o . I-li s h o m e is at 7320 Vill e s tree t, :ll ap le wo od 17, M o. 1911 .\L 1\(. Albertso n h a s B ox II j4, I-r o ll s to n 1, T e x., fo r hi s bu s iness addr e ss. ~ ( O llr oe Farrar is n ow li v in g a t R .R. 4, 1\l at · loo n, Til. 1912 E.. D . Lynton is with the I n s t itut Du Petrole, d e s Carburant s et Lubl-ifiant s 2, ru e d e Lubeck 2 , Pari s, France. Thi s in s t itut e is wo rk in £,

o th e r things 0 11 a program to tra in yo un g Fre nc h ell g in eer s fo r the pet ro le um indu s try. 19 14 Ll ew ell Y11 Lodwick can be reached c/ o Ohi o Di vis io n (I f ~f ill e s , 439 N. 1vf ain, Co lum biana, O. 19 15 D. \,'. Blaylock is li vi n g at l OSS Sy lvan Ave., L akewo o d. Ohi o. 1916 Fred Grot ts head s the new ly fo rm ed a nd full y operat in g- finn known a s the C hes ter E lectric Stee l Co mpa.ny, s pec ia lizing in ca rb o n a ll oy and sta illi ess s teel ca s ti n g s . '1'hi s wa s the C rum Lynn e F o ulldr y built. a t. Che ster, Pa ., by the R. F. C. a nd o pe rated during the war by the At ~ Ian t ic S tee l Ca s ting- Co m pa ny . F r ed ha s bee n pre s id e n t o f the ]7 o n Pitt Steel Cas t ing Company s in ce 1939 <Old h a s bee n v ice presid en t o f the l..e ball o ll S tee l F o undr y a nd s upe rint e nd en t o f the Al11 eri ca ll S tee l F o undries . 19 17 n av O. Shr iver. whos e h o me is at 280 7 She r · man ~ven u e, S l. J o se ph , Mo. , is connected wit h the Fee ne y CO ll s t ructi o n Compan y at 7th a nd Oli ve s treets , S l. J o seph, ~{ o. W. R. McComb ex· ' 17 is liv in g at 1605 Caton p lace N. \"1., \V a s hill gton, D. C . Fl oyd D. James ha s Box 44 l , \ Vhillier , Ca lif. , for hi s rn a il in g add re ss. 1919 J o se ph ll. Duga is n o w w it h t he firm o f Aaro n F e r er & Son 5, 2300 E. I l th st ree t, L o s Angele s, Ca li f. Hi s home is at 130 N . R o se streel, Bur. bank, Calif. 1920 R. O. Swayze is w ith the General Petroleulll Co rpo ra t io n , 4 15 Conroy Bui ldin g , Ca s pel', \V yo . all10 n g

i\{ail wi ll reach him al B ox 165 2, Ca s per, \<\' y( l. O. Stoner is no w co nn ec ted with the l\'Iajor Oi l COl11pan y, 300 Co urt Ar cad e Buildin g, Tu ls a , Okla. J I e re s ides at 122 8 S. Colul11 bia p lace, Tul sa, Ok la. Ca rl A. Gettler is a Cer eal Divi s ion E n g- in eer with the Ral s to n·Purin a Co mp a n y al l. L o ui s. 607 Westb oro ugh place, W eb s te r Gro ve s 19, :M o., is hi s ho me addr ess. Geo rge Burnet is w ith the U. Di s trict En · g in eers Office, 1709 Jack son s treet, Omaha, Neb. lIe is Sla y in g a t the H en s haw l[ ote l, Olll:tha, Ne bra s ka. 1921 ] [o m er C. Kerr lives at lh e Co lo nial CO ll rt. Apt. G·2, Au g us " " Ga. H a ro ld W. Hurd was wi th th e 11111t Naval Co n s t. Bn . until re ce nt ly, and he ha s s in ce been di sc harged with the rank o f L t. Co rn. lI£1ro ld is n ow with t h c Soil Co nse rv a ti o n Ser vice, D ox 1348, Albuqu e rqu e, New ~i ex., with res id ence at 29 14 N. E dilh tsreet, A lbuqu e rqu e, New 1fc x. Co l. E. W. Rembert is in ] ta ly at the prese n t l im e w ith hi s home ad dre s s a s 203 N.Vine s t ree t. JI in sda1c, Til. ,,1. S. Badolle t re s ides at 109 M ,di s"n, F a n. wood, N. J. lI. A. Hollingshead is with the E ngr. S uppl y Secti o n, Bell e M ead ASF Depo t, B ell e M e.d, New J e r sey. 1922 L o ui s A. Turnbull n o w uses 47 Na n tllckel drive, RD 6, Pilt s burgh 6, Pa., fo r h is addre ss. \Varre n U . Gettler is a co n s tru c ti o n e ngillcc r w ith the A. P. Green S ub s idiary Company w ith res id e n ce a t 138 Argu e llo bou leva rd , San F ran · c isco 18, Ca lif. Th o m;ls G. Weir is the No r thwe st 1fall(tg-cr

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J o se ph r.: . Spafford is cO lln ected with the Philade lphia, B elh le heJll a nd New England Rail· r oad Compa llY, 1275 Da ly ave nu e, B eth le h em , Pa. I re re s ides at 454 :M a i ll str ee t, Apa r tment 4, Beth l<! he1l1 , Pa. E. L. O lcott is co nn ec ted with G en e ra l E lec· tr ic at Sche nectady, N.Y. a nd he live s at 14 40 Rugby r oad, Schene ctady, N.Y. J . O . Fer r ell is Tl OW co nn ec t ed with the U .S. Coa l & Co ke Co mpan y at Gary, \V. Va. I-li s ma il in g addre ss is B ox 68 7, Gary, VV. Va. Vernon N. Cox ha s recentlv been rel eased fr o m the Arm )' a nd h is ad d re ss is c/ o Gra pe" vin e Coa l Compan y, ~1 a di so llv ill e, K y . K en neth B. Bly, A S1i , has b een t r an s ferr ed by the Aluminum Co m pan y o f Arnerica fro 1l1 t he K31l sa s Cit y fo undr y to th e Cleveland perma11ent m o ld fo undr y where h e wi ll be departm e nt" me ta llurg is t. Sidney Caplov itz is n o w o u t of the Arm y and is at h o me at 8520 Third aven ue, North BergclI , N ew J ersey . J oh n F. Ree d ha s 226 1 S o. Del. Court, Tu lsa, Ok la., for h is correct mail in r a dd re ss . 194 1 Chri s M. W a tt en ba rge r ha s 100 5 Cherry s treet, La m ar, :M o .• fo r hi s h o me add r ess. 1\iaj. J ennings R. L a mb eth wa s di sch arged fr 0 11l t he army in D ecember. He is n ow working for ~L J. l l o llida y & Co mpany ill Ind ia n apo li s . J-li s h o m e addre ss is 58 39 .Ro ss ly n, I ll d ianap o li s , Indian a . \Villi al11 J. K ilgo u r now re s id e s at 2175 \"'hi t ney avenue, Niagara Fall s, N .Y . En s. Frank R ogers ha s NAS, N avy 66, c/ o Flee t P OSt Office, San Franci sco, Ca li f. , fo r hi s address. Frank is statio n ed 0 11 Oahu, Hawaii and hi s wi fe is with him the r e. I-I e wr ite s that he expect s to r eturn to the S Late s in JU li e a n d he is looking fo rward to attendi n g t he 75 th Anlli ve r sa r v cele brati o n at 1\'1SM ill N o ve l11ber a s it H s o un~l s like it is go in g to be a real affair." D o nald Lee Trisch now is s tat io ned in the Public \N o rk s Departm e nt , Bui ldin g 1\J-7, Nava l Cente r , Samp so n, N .Y . H e will leave Sampso ll from act ive dut y April 2. JI is horite ad dre ss is 467 VV . Prairie, Decatur 27, III. E . R eed G ord o n is with the Phi ll ips P et r o leu m Co mpany. I-li s addre ss is 24 9 7 Third , Ph ill ips, T exa s. \ Vil li am ]-1. Bo u r n e is n o w e mp loyed b y th e City vVa ter D epanm ent , E n g in ee r Divi s ioll, R oo Jll 202, C lv ic Center, ·M iami 3 1, F la. Lt. R o be r t L . T opper !ta s been re lea sed from the Army a nd is n ow li vin g at 4409 Flora Ave., Kan sa s C ity, 1\10. Lt. 1-1". J. Sc h roede r is with a Ba se \ <\ieathe r Sta t io ll, 441 s t Troo p Ca r r ie r G ro up, APO 57. c/o P os tma s ter, New Y o r k, N. Y. H e is s till s tat io ned in :Frankfon, Germany, a s head of the weather s tat io n, and he h o pes to be home so me t im e i'l the summer. P vt. J ame s O. M ack Jr. was ma rri ed in April 19-1 5, to B e tt y Frey o f T o peka, Kan. Si n ce N o vemb er J im h as been ii i th e Army and is at pre se nt s tati o n ed in 1\1a r y land where he is wo rk· ing a s a pain t chemi s t in RDC. Hi s mil ita r y addre ss is 3782 128 1, Det. D , PGT ( 4008 ) , A bel" deen Pro ving G l-ound, :M d. :I I is home addre s s is 574 0 Lydia, Kan sa s C ity 4, r...l o. Lt. \,\ 'i lli s E. Bowman is s t ill o ve rsea s with a mil ilan' add r ess o f 020 76369, 305 B.G .. 365 B. , A P O 17S, c/ o P os tma s t er, N e w York, N.'~ . J I is ho m e a dd r e ss is 7334 Ca rl e to n, SI. .I .0 ll1 S 14 , ) 1 0 . R ic hard G. Rhode s h a s acce pt ed a po ;;; iti Oll ,,·it h t he She ll O il Co mpan y 3 1 \,Voodri ve r, 1.11. Du s t~, is li ving a t 525 4 1\1apl e av e nue, S t. L o ui s , 'ti sso uri. K e rmit F. Liv i ngsto n o f 3 i OI vVal ll u t, Kall s a ~ City , ·j\.l. o .. wri tes that he " would lik e to see m o re 'fin er s in K.C. " L t. Co l. A . ( Bud ) Hacker h a s r et urn ed t o .\I c Qu ay-No rr is a t Co nn er s v ill e, I n d . ·l le is li vin g a t lll E.a st -lth Str ee t. ·.\r aj . A . ( Rip ) Fick will re po rt to \\i es ter n E lect ri c Co mp a n y, l -I aw t h o rn e \<\f o rk s, Chi ca ro, 111. , Oil A l) ril I. L. A. Kuek er is n o w li vin g a t 42 1 1 L a faye tt e, i) a ll a s . Te x . A. N. Rea g an re s ides at 200 E.. G ene see s t reet , F aye t te\' ill e, N . Y.

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E ugene V . Rau ch visiiecl the ca m pus o n ~1 arch 16 fo t· the S t. Pat' s ce lebrat io n. Gene is \'>'ith the Ind u strial H ygiene Service, St . L o u is Health Department. 53 19 Per shing, St. L o ui s, ~10., is his home addres s. Capt. Carl J. W eis is at prese n t ~ tat i oned at Ch iiose Army Air B a se, Ch ito se, I-I o k kaid o, Japan. Tn December he r an across Captaill Dou gla s N. Chri s ten sen ' -t3 on IIokka id o. Carl ' s present mi litary address is 609 :'f a terial SquadrOil , APO 9 19, c/ o Pos tma ster, San Franci sco . L I. Wes le)' J. Dolgi n off ha s 1010 W. 4,h s treet, Seda li a , :\1 0., for h is mailing address although he is s till over sea s. Hi s mi lit ary addre ss is Del. £·203, Co . C, 3rd ~lG R egl., APO 403 , c/ o P ostma s:er: New Yo rk, N.Y. L L Albert S. K eev il ha s a n ew mi litar y addre ss. It is C/) . A., 6th Bn. , B a s ic Training Section, Ft. Lewi s, \Va s h. L l. Cha rl es D. Gei ger writes that he had lu nch with J im B oltom '43 who has j u st retur ned fro l11 the South Pacific. Char les inte n d s to return to -~f S~{ in the fa ll fo r fu rther wo rk. I-l is address is Co. B, 10,h Bn. , ASF, TC, Ft. Belvoir, Va. L t . I ra L. P erkin s vi s ited the ca mpu s on iV1a rch 2 1. Ira has ju st been d isc harged fr om the Armv. r ri s home address is 2-t30 Kcntu ckv aven~e , J o plin, 11 0. . Ll oyd C. Schu.mann ha s accepted employment with the Atlantic Refining Company a nd is living at 54 16 Columbia ave nu e, Dalla s, T ex. I rene Dav is is employed b y t he Victo ri a Tech· nical Sales Laboratory in Chicago. She is living at 1137 E.mera ld avenue, Chicago "' feight s, ]I I. \N. A. H aley wa s on the campu s on A pril 3. Ton y is expected to be d ischarged fr o m the Navy aro und Jun e ]. "Hi s home addre ss is Ed· gar Springs, ~ r o . Lt. C. John so n Wrig ht is n o w in T oko r oza\\"a, Japan. Hi s addre ss is 0.544304, 9i8 Engineer ~faint. Co ., A PO 704, c/o P os tma ster, San Franc isco, Cal if. IIi s home addre ss is c/o ?vIr s. W . B. \Vr ighl, 503 1 L ot us avenue, S t. L o ui s ] 3,

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Lo u is--I\ [in er footba ll ct m e. I-l is military address is H q. I~ATS, APO 663, c/ o P ost ma s ter, New \."01·", r y. Sherald F. H e neg h a n ha s been d ischarged fr o m the armed fo rces a n d is now em pl oyed b y the Standard Oil Co mpa n y, Wood ri ver, III. 1 [e lives at SOO Acto n aven ue, "Voodri ver, Ill. I.e Gabriel G. Sk itek vis ited the campu s o n 11arch 30 while 0 11 leave from the Army. ]-[i s home address is 4-t1 A ll wen dr ive, Dayt on, Ohio. :M aj. George H. Thomas is n ow s tat ioned at Ft. Barrancas, Pen saco la, Fla. fli s home address is 990 1 y:! Durant drive, B everly H ill s, Cali f. Lt. C larence J. W r ig ht has 0544304, 30 l 3 Engr. ~f a int. Co., APO 704, c/o P ost ma ster, San Fra n c isco, Cal i f., fOI' hi s mil itary addre ss. IIi s ho m e add r ess is 503 1 L o t u s avenue, SI". Lo ui s 13, Mo . L L Bruce R . Landi s is in \·V ard 12·C at the Law so n Genera l :H ospita l, At la n ta, Ga. l Ti s home address is 3825 E. 62 n d st r eet, Kan sa s C ity, 1\ [ 0. Do n J. Coolidge has been r e lea sed fro m the Army and is attendi n g No r thweste rn U ni ver s ity. j-j is address is J--to use No . 4, North Campu s, No rthwestern Un iver sit y, Evanstoll, 1 11. Pfc. Claude E. D av is is s tati o ned with the Natura l R e so urces Section, GfIQ . ACAP, Adv. Ech., A -P O 500 c/ o P ost m aster, Sa n Fra n c i ~co, Ca lif. , in T okyo, Japan. J-Ie rep orts that a t pre !: ent he is work ing with K. V. Ca m mack '26 an d .H. I shiguro '3.1 . C laude' s ho m e address is Livings ton, \¥i s. J oh n H. Ol son, AS1{, has been tran s ferred by the Aluminum Compan y o f America from the magne s iulll san d foundry in C leveland t o the research laborato ri e s in New Ken s ingto n, Pa., where he is working a s re search met allu r g ist. PV1. F . J. Rada vich is in DeL D., Proving Gt'o u nd Troops, Aberdeen, "Mel. J ohn G. Leming ha s 947 Jam es s treet, Syrac u se, N. Y., fo r his mai lin g add r ess. Haro ld O. Ol se n is w ith the Bethlehem Stee l Company at Cornwall , P a . 1944

E. i\L K ane is now o n te rmin al leave from the a rm ed fo rc es and hi s home is at 2237 Illin o is aven ue, Grani te City, Ill. 1'/ 5 Ern s t A . W ein el is with the 2i66th Engr. 1'01'0. Co., 29th En gr. 1'01'0. Bn., APO 75 c/o Pos tmas ter, San Franci sco, Calif. Lt. (jg) A lbe rt W. Pre s nell is wilh ,he 29,h NCB c/o l:;' leet P o st Office, San Franci sco, Cal. Lt. Kenneth \ V. Schoe neberg sends 5223rd Con s tr uction Brigade, APO 331, c/ o P OStmast er, San Franci sco, Cal if. , a s hi s add r ess. En s. Peter E . De s l a rdin s expect s a change in h is bu s iness address so m eti m e in Jul y. I li s present address is USS PCS 1384, c/ o Fleet P OSt Office, New York, N.Y. I-l is home ad dre ss is 400 Altu s place, Kirkw ood 22. 1\10. SanfOI'c! L . Si mo n s has B ox 1663, Sa n ta Fe, 1\ e\v i\1: ex., for hi s bu siness address. \,Vi lli al11 ]-f. Drag o set is expect in g h is di scharge soon a nd is con te m p lat in g re tur n ing tn schoo l for add it iona l wo r k unde r the GI bi ll. Bill' s addre ss is USS Baretta ( An.41 ), Naval Net Depol, Tiburo n, Ca lif. R . O. Wh ea t vi s ited the campu s 0 11 :M arch 22 whi le on te r m inal leave from lhe navy. TL is hn Tl1 e ad dr ess is 2350 N. Campbell , Spri;J gfield , l\1isso uri. I-Term an O. Brin kma nn is in Zp- 3 1, D et. L, NAS, ~ l o ffeH Fi eld, Ca lif. fli s h o me address is st ill 3 146 Arsenal s tree t, St. L o u is 18, 1\10. J ean LI0 yd Arras g ives 42 P lymo llth avenue, Maplew ood, N .J ., a s he r new addre ss . Lt. Kenneth N. Wy ga nt w ri tes fr o m Okinawa that he is loo king fo nvard LO the cla\' when he will be a c ivilian o n ce mo r e. K enneth ha s m et severa l miners o n Okinawa. Am o n g tho se are lT erb Volz '4 1, L er o v A ll en ex- ' 4 1 who were there bu! le ft fo r Jap~n o r K orea; R ex A lfo rd '40, Ke n Sch oeneben '-l4, B ob R ock ex· '-1 5, Sam Lyle ex.'44, and -M ik e YLo nte ex-'-t-t wh o are s till 0 11 the "Rock" and "jU St a s re s tless a s the re ~t f' f them 10 move ea st ward abou t 8000 mile s." Ken write s uKee!) the .A lullll1u s co mi n g; it brin g s ba ck many hap!)y mem or ie s a lld 11 0 encl o f dream s o f p leasa nt da vs LO come." LI. (jg) Jaco b D. Jenkin s is s ,ill o n 'he USS Cecil f. Doyle ( D£ 368) c/o Flee, P o st O ffice ,

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Sa il Franci sco, Ca lif. Robert \·v. M elli s, who se h o m e is at 7354 Co u ntr y Club dri ve, S1". L o ui s 21, 1'{ o., ha s c/o T-[ur sl -Rosche, co ns ultin g engineers, ]-[ill sbo r o, .f1I., a s h is bu s iness address. J o hn O. S teg n er is employed a s de sign engineer fo r the Standa rd O il Company at Suga r Creek 1\10 I-li s nrese n t home addre ss is 11 50 1 Ea st i 9t h ~ tI:eet, i Il depe n cie n ce, i\1 0 . En s. Da vid A. Wi cker is n ow s tatio n ed at Green Cove Spr ings, Fla. , 0 11 th e USS \,V. :M . Hobb y ( APd 95) . Hi s home address is 4208 \ Ves t Sixtee n th s treet, Littl e R ock, A r k. E, J. W altens pi el wa s o n leave duri n g the ea rl y pan o f Apri l in Rol la . Ed'd ie ha s been o n a LST in the South Pacific fo r 16 mo n t h s. Tie hopes to be a civ il ia n about the fi r s t of Jul y. I l is ho m e add r ess is R.R. N o. 1, R o ll a , "M o. R oger I-I. Heidenr eic h re s ide s at i04 lllt erdrive, St. L o ui s 5, i\10 . Lt. ( jg) I-larry Scott Jr. is st ill w ith the USS Y~1S 387, c/ o F leet P os t Office, San Franc isco , Ca li f. Alfred S. Itte rman has been di sc ha rged fr o m tile arm ed force s a n d is n o w livi n g 3t 2 164 Cleve land, Gra ni te Ci t y, II I. E !1s . R o bert W. Kl o r er is w i,h the USS LST 699, c/o Fleet P o s t Office, Sa n Francisco, Calif. Hi s h o me is at I -t 2 1 A rlin gto n avenue, St. Lo ui s 12, Mo. Fred E. Nevin ha s been di scharged fro l11 the .~\ nny and is n ow living at 330 N . Sher idan St., Ottumwa, I owa . LL J ohn \ V. G riffiths writes fro m Par is that a ga n g o f en g in eers got toget her the r e fo r a St. Pat's celebra ti on and that he a nd M:aj. Nathan Jaffe '-t 1 were the o nly i\1i ner s represented . J ohn's m il itary addre ss is En gr. SecL , \t\"estern B a se Sect., APO 513, c/ o P os tm aste r , New Y o rk, N.Y. Hi s h o m e add re ss is 450 F airview ave nu e, \\'e b ster Grove s, :M o. A u g u st R , Savu is n o w in th e Ar m y, accord· ing to wo rd rece ived fro m hi s m o t her. lJi s home address is 30 12 Lemp avenue, St. L o ui s 18, .\ f isso uri. Ens. J oh n \tV. Sjoberg is still ove r seas on the USS Eve rett F. L arson ( DD 830), c/ o Fleet P ost Ofnce, San Franc isco, Calif. J ohn R. Ri ggs can be reached at 17 Front street, Sche nectady, j\T.y. L 1. Jam es \~i . Hoel sc her ex. ' 44 is w ith the eap. & Tacti cs, E n g in eer School, Ft. Dept. \-\T Belvo ir, \' a . En s. A ll en J. Fuch Jr. is 0 11 termina l leav e fro l11 the Navy and spen t a pa n o f his time in R o lla in ear ly April. I-Ie is n o w liv ing a t hi s home at Si 29 -M cKen zie road, t. L o ui s, 1\1 0. 194 5

R o bert C. Rank in ha s Box 6 11 , T y ler , T ex ., fo r hi s add re ss. L eo n Ed v is with the 7th Co. 3r d STR, F r. Benning, Ga. ~r. J. Ka w aguchi is sti ll in Beth lehem, Pa. , but at 533 Li nd en street n o w. En s . A ll a n \'V. Li ndb erg is w ith the Navy. H is address is 32 10 Th ir ty. eighth N. \'V ., \-\'a shin gto n, D.C. J ames T ay lor is wi t h the R oa n Antelope Co pper ~\line s in Norrh Rh odesia, hi s addre ss being c/ o -Rec re ation Club, R oa n Antelope Copper Iv[ ine s, L td. } Hu a n shya, in Rh odes ia . H ackman Y ee wa s drafted ini o the Ar m\" duro ing t he la s t o f ~l arc h. }:li s ho m e add ress i ~ i 16a .\1arket SI re e t, St. Loui s 1, :M o. B ernard Sparlin is n ow working for \\' estingh o use E lect ri c Co r po r at io n at E. Pitt sburgh, Pa. H is re s idenc e is at 2 18 S tr atford aven ue, Pitt sburgh 6, Pa. Edwill \-\' . Blase ex-'-t-5 ha s R .R . No.3, B ox 95, SI. Charles, -Mo., fo r hi s address. Jame s F. Fraser ex· '-t-.1 is atte n d in g \t\'est Point. 1---:1is addre ss is Co. G ·l , \,Vest Point, N.Y. 1946 -:'\i1 s K . N elso n is living a t 502 \\ '. Co lulllbi a, F arm in gtOll , Mo. Kenlleth ~I. Wil he lm s is n o w livi n g at 6i12 Ale xa nde r st reet, SI. Lou is 16, 1'1'[ 0.

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.11' B a la n ce of 1941 D i rec t ory Jame , \ 'j nce "1 H eddell . 40 2i y, E. 561h S ... \[a y wood, Calif. P VI. ;\-fi chae l Macke y H e nnin g . 3i 646338 , T ea m 'Irailli n g Group , CO. A , 8th B n ., Ft. Be lvo ir, Va . Lcon He rs hkow itz, 203 Eas t 12 lh s treet, R o lla , M o. Fred l-[e n ry H oe n er, 400 Par la n e, Kir k· wo od, "M o. Edward l~ ran c i s H o ll a n d , 20 1 E lm str ee t, R o lla, i\ 10 . Maj. Natha n D. J a ffe, 0405093, Hdq. A ssem· bly Area COlll ma1ld , E n gr. Sec., E T O , APO 752 , New Yo r k, N .Y . Re s iden ce, 14 16 B la c k sto ne , St. L Oll is, '1\10 . H e n r y T h ixto n J a m es, Ra lsto n P ur illa Co. , S t. Loui s, '1\ ( 0 . Jame s \·Vil liam J en se n, 2 107 V i chy road " Rolla, M o . Jam e s P o w e ll K a t z, 60 1 W. 1 1t h s treet, R o lla, M o . Ta me s Wa lt er K e rr, un k n o w n . 'W illiam J o hn K ilg our, 4 ] 0 Ceda r ave nu e, N i. a ga ra Fa ll s, N.Y. Ca r l Ga r y Ki n d ( ART 3/ c), R ec. S ,ali o n 3 1..J.9 , c/o F leet P o s t Office, San Fra n c isco , Ca li fo rnia. Erne s t Fred er ick Kin g , 34 Naha n t st r ee l, Ly n n, l\la ss . Charle s OtlO Ko ch, 75 10 Br u ns w ick avenue, \\'eb s le r G rov es 19, Mo. Ne lso n Anh u r Ko e r ne r. 3 54 9 Vi c to r st re et, SI. L o ui s 4, M o. K a rl Em il K r ill , 453 lf ig h la n d av e n u e, Bou lder, Co lo. L o u is Au g us t Ku eker. ACG B ldg. 33 A, Nava l R esearc h L a b. , Anaco s tia, \N as h in g to ll , D.C. Frank K e nneth K y l e, 420 1 Locu s t- s treet, K a n sa s C ity 4, ~'J o . C. A. Lambe rt Jr., u n k n own . Capt. J e nnin g s R e n ic k L amb e th, D esert Che m · ical \·' ·arfa re D e po t, T o o ele , U tah. J o s eph Lee L essm an Jr., 65 S. Orat o tl , Parkw a y, E. Ora n ge, '~·il li a m Donald Li es, unk n own . Kermit F ink L iv ingsto n, 3701 \Valnu t :;; treet, Kan sa s C it y, ~f o . vVa rr e n L in d e n L o ve rid ge , R o b y n & De n n y roa d s , Sapp in gton 23 , 1\'1 0 . Danie l Ste ph en L y n ch . u n k n ow n. J oh n ~ fil r o y M c Aner ney. k ill ed in aC l io l1. \,' ·i llia nl Fra n k M c Indo o, war ca s ua lt y. Capt. Jack B erth o ld M c K ee, 0·40 5096 , Hq s. XX I JI Co rp s, APO J 03, c/ o PM , New Y o rk. J ames Owen M ac h J r ., 1 J31 1 E . 9th, Kan sa s CilY 3, N[ o. Frank :Jfenrv M e n tz J r ., 3 \Va x burg lalle . _P in e Broo k, N j. H o be rt H a lsl ead M eyer, RFD 4, B ox 56i , Co nc o rd , Calif. Ro bert F o r s yth M ill e r, k ill ed in acti o ll. ' ·\ ' illiam ln g- ram M orris, Co lfa x, \,' ·i s. Edwin Th eo ph il us M y s kowsk i, 71 1 l)o nland s tr ee t S.E., \,Va s hin g to n 20 , D.C. Vri lli a l11 L . N es ley. unkn o wn. l' 1arvi n E. N evi ns Jr., J 207 :i\ [ a in S t. , \\ ' h itewa te r, \' -is. Cli n to n N ew m a n, 175..J. P age s tr eet , C levela nd 12, Ohi o. I lar o ld J oseph Ni cholas, B ox -1- 29, R OLl te 8 , l\lat te :;;e, ~[ o . A. I le nry Ni ck er s o n, B o x 5, Sa 1l1 0SCt r(Ja d , E a s t ham , Ma ss. G eo r ge ~f a ll o tl e Pa ce, No " 4 Pi e r ave nu e, Box 407, c/ o ·M r s. R o b e rt B o ice, l l t n n(J s a .B eac h, Ca lif. J a so n Mari OI1 Patri ck, 96 lh U S NCB , c/ u Fl ee t P os t Office, San Fra n c isco, Cal if. A n th o n y Cor neli u s l::tau ti er, VPB J33 . c/o F lee l P os t Office, Sa il Fran c isco, Ca lif. i.\ {arvin Edward P in ge l, 209 Rh ei n, ~I\[ a n s fi e l d , Ohi o. ~ l i l es Procto r. u 1l kn o wn. \"i ll iam ~ [ i c h ae l P uetz, L in n, 1\10.

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Alv in Noe l R eag a n, u nk now ll . R ichard G. Rhod es, 5254 Maple ave nu e, SI. L o ui s, i\ l o. En s. Fra n k lin Dade r Ro ge r s, Navy 66, c/ o "Fl eet r o s t Onice, San }'ra n c isco, Cali f. R o lf W ig h t Roley, 802 S. Hack m a n , Staun· to ll , I ll. Ja lll e ~ Ramee Roux , 33 2 Dickso n st.reet, K irkw oo d. i\'l o. "M ichae l A loy s ius S cheriff, Gen era l Ch e m ica l Co. , Ga lax , Va. Ro bert Sc ho e nthal e r, 1534 . lIickory s treet, Bart les vi ll e, Ok la . L LII aro ld J o h n Schroeder, 0-874 49 , Del. 365, 18t h Weathe r Sqd ., APO 633, c/ o PM, N.Y. \Ni ll iam A lbert S chro eder, 941 R iver st r eel, Shawa n o , "V is. R o b ert E u ge ne S chwei tze r , u n k n ow n. Ernes l Ca r l Sell, Co lfa x, Wi s . R o bert 1\1. Sex ton, 1377 Lak ela nd a ve ll ue, Lakew ood 7, O hi o. J oh n ]-ro ward Shankland, 5603 T hirty- seco nd aven ue, Ke n o sha, \ V is. vV ilbe r t Arthu r Sh e rm a n, 704 U n ive r s ity av e n ue, B o u lder, Co lo. R o be r t Carl Silhavy, un known. Cal'l. Fl oyd Parley Smith, 802 E. 6 th s treet, R o ll a , M o . E a r l L eroy Smoot. 402 E. High str eel, M t. Ver n o n , Ohio. Ja m es J o s iah Springe r, 307 A lt u s place, Ki r k· w ood 22, M o. Fran k Cla r ence Steimk e Jr., 9209 Lack la n d , O ve rl a n d, M o . L t. lIarvey Chand ler S teve ns, 49 B o mb Sqd n., 2n d B o m b Gp., APO 53 4, c/ o PM, New Y o r k, N.Y. Danie l R o bin so n Stewa rt, Ame r ica n Zi n c, Lead & lIle lii ng Co., B ox 870, J o plin , ?vl0. Ll. H e rb e r t Reece Stockton, 14 19 South Carr avenue, Seda lia, "M o . L eon ard J oseph Stohldrie r, 1507 a O bear Av e. :' a s t, St. L o u is, 1'10 . J o seph O. Straw hun, 1iOO H igh land dri ve, Ok laho ma Cill;, Okla. Al lan J o se ph Summ ers, u n kn o wll. R o be rt L eo nard Topp er, unkn o wll. Ll. D o na ld Lee Trisc h, P u b li c 'N o r k s Depa r t:. ment, B ldg. 'M-7, Naval Center, S ampso n, N.Y. Re s id ence, 467 \-\T. Prairi e s tr ee t, Decat u r, Il l. R ay E ugelle V a ug hn, 8 10 \ Vil so n P o in t road, A pt. E, Baltim o re 20, -M d. H e rb ert Adam V o lz, 4800 Rh od es, St. L o ui s, "~ [i s s o uri.

Maj. H ar o ld Ha y Wampl e r, G·4 , Sectio n 86 th Div., A P O 450, c/ o Pl'f, San F ranc isco , Ca lif. Chr is "i\~1 y nalt W att en b a rger, 105 Cherry St., Lamar, "i\f o. Ri cha rd Ta lbo . W eave r ( RT 2/ c), US S Zaniah, AJ,.! 70, D iv. II , c/ o FPO , San F rall c isco . Ca lif. C h ar les Shear in W e ber, 7 J03 \·V ate nnan Av e., U ni ve r s ity City 5, "M o. Ma xwe ll Cha rl es W ei ne r. se r vice engin ee r, \'V es t in g h o u se E lec. & 1ffg. Co., St. L ou is, ·M o . J os eph G iles Win k. 309 E. 51h Slreel , Bart le s· vill e, Ok la . Cha ri c!' A. Wi sc hoff, l 8 S . Che s tnu t s tr ee t, P lattev ill e, \'·is. Ro ben Cuni s W right, unkn o wn. Dei\ l arqui s Da le W yatt, 256 42 La k e ro ad , B ay \ ' ill age, Ohi o. Ca rl i\ [ a rtill Zva nu t, 3642 "1/" 0 1"11 st reet , A lto n, I llin o is. R o y \\· illialll Gra ves Jr., 1 1S, unkll o wll. ,·r a it e r K e ith D ean, 1JS, 6036 ' Va te n n a n a\rellU e, S t. L o ui s 12, M o . Edl1lu :ld S im o n R o sz kow s k i, 1\ [ S, ulIkn o wn. 1942 L l. Arthur G. Ad ler, ·M Olo r Co ., lId. R eg., 25 7J S CU SC, Fl. BelV Oi r , Va. R es idence , J 4253 S u pe ri o r ro ad, C leveland , Oh io. J o hn C()l'I li sh A ll en, NAF, Na v y 40 7, c/ o FPO , Ne w Yo r k, N.Y. \\ 'i ll ia lll Al t man, mi ss in g in act io n.

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