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MSM ALUMNUS IVlissouri School of Mines and Metallurgy ROLLA . !'tI O.

VOLUME 20

JUNE, 1946

H. A . "C HIEF " B U EHLER Geologist , Gentleman, Friend of M SM

NUMBER 4


... MEMORIAL TO HENRY ANDREW BUEHLER

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BY H. S . McQUE EN* In t h e pa ss in g of H e nr y A ndr ew B u e hl e r, wid e ly a nd a ffec tion a t e ly known a s "Th e C hi ef," a bri g ht s tar h a s b ee n r emov e d from t h e firm a m e nt. In hi s a llott e d tim e of n ea rl y th ree scores and te n h e mad e many not a bl e co ntribution s. Tho s e of a prof ess ional n a tur e a r e w e ll known, but tho se of a s ocia l a nd hum a nit a ri an nat ur e, thou g h ju s t a s o u ts ta ndin g, h ave b ee n c loake d by th e inn a t e mod es ty of th e man. D ea th cam e to Dr. Bu e hl e r ea rl y in th e mornin g of Ma r c h 14, 19-J.-J., at J e ff e rs on C it y, Mo., w h e r e h e ha d g o n e to a tt e nd a mee tin g of t h e S tat e R es ou r c es an d D eve lopm e nt Commi ss ion, a fo rward-l oo kin g , plannin g or ga ni zat ion on w hi c h h e se r ve d b y p er s o nal appo intm e nt of Gov. For es t C. Donn e ll a nd in th e work of which h e wa s int e n se ly int e r es t ed. Dr. Bu e hl e r ha d s uffe r e d from hi g h blood p ress ur e, but in v iew of hi s ge n e ra l g ood h ea lth hi s s udd e n p ass in g from a h eart attack ca m e a s a g r eat s h o c k to hi s leg ion of fri e nd s. H e is s ur v ive d b y a s is t e r , E li za b e th Bu e hl e r, and a broth e r, Fre d \ IV. B ue hl e r, both of .iiII adi s on, 'I\' is . Se rv ices , in acco rd a n ce w ith hi s wi s h es , w e r e h eld in Rolla, on Ma rc h 16, 19-J.-I, a t Pa rk e r Ha ll , Mi ss our i Sc hool of :Min es and M e ta llur g y. Th e honor of th e Sta t e fun e ral acc ord ed hi m wa s ri c hl y d ese r ve d. Th e Gove rnor, th e Hon. For est C. Do nn e ll , paid tribut e to B ue hl e r th e M iss ourian and r e \·ie w ed hi s se rv ices to hi s a dopt ed S tate. Dr. R. C. A ll e n of Cl eve la nd, O hio , a lif e-lon g' f ri e nd, d e li v e r ed t h e e ulo gy. Hi s r emain s w e r e int e rr e d , b y hi s r e q ues t, in th e Roll a Ce m e t e ry- in th e lo ca lit y h e lo ve d b est and in th e community to w hi c h h e contribut ed s o m u c h. T h e s pa ce u s uall y allott e d for t h e apprai sal of a m an's lif e is inad e quat e for H e nr y A ndr e w B ue hl e r , a man of g re at s tatur e, ph y s icall y , s ocia ll y, and prof ess ionall y . H e wa s born at Mon ro e, 'vVi s., on May 27, 1876, t h e s on of th e lat e An dr e w and Ca t h e rin e Bu e hl e r. F rom hi s fath e r Dr. B u e hler inh e rit e d hi s ru gge d p h ys iqu e, hi s t re m e ndou s e n e r gy , and t h at ca pacity of see min g ly n e \'e r b e in g tir e d. Hi s moth e r, of whom h e a lway s s pok e wit h g rea t affec tion, g al" e to him a n app re ciation of th e fin e r t h ings of li fe-t h e ur ge fo r th e forma l edu ca tion that h e obtai n ed by workin g hi s wa y throu g h s c hool and tho se charact e ri s ti cs of ge ntl en ess and kindn ess t h at w e re m a nif es t ed in man y o f hi s contribution s to s oci e ty in ge n e ral. Dr. B u e hl e r r ece ive d hi s formal e du cat ion in th e p ubli c sc hool s at Mo nro e, \I\' is ., a nd in th e U ni ve r s ity of \"'i scon s in from w h ich h e g raduat ed in 1901. Hi s e ducation wa s obtain e d a s a r es ult of s umm e r a nd part-tim e job s durin g th e s c hool yea r. At that s ta ge of hi s lif e, it wa s hi s int e ntion to e nt e r th e t e a c hin g fi e ld, a nd h e c ho se C h e mi s t r y, po ss ibl y b ec au se of a late nt int e r es t in that ;;c ie n ce, but c hi e fl y b ecau se h c thou g ht it wou ld f urni s h h im w ith a sa ti s fac tor y li ve lih ood and po s ition in a ny c ommunit y . U pon hi s g raduation a n acceptab le po s ition did not s h ow up imm ediat e ly, but, wit h th e b eg innin g of th e sess ion in th e publi c s c hool s in th e A utumn of that yea r, h e wa s offe r ed a po s iti on a s a hi g h s c h oo l te ach e r in a n e ig hb o rin g town. R e turnin g to hi s h om e aft e r a co nfe r e n ce p e rt a inin g to thi s po s ition , h e ;;topped off in Mad is on and I"i s it e d, a mon g ot h e r s, D r . E rn es t R . B u c k ley m a inl y fo r th e purpo se of c on g ra tul a tin g him upon hi s appointment a s S tat e Geo lo g is t and Di r ec tor of th e Mi ss o uri G e olo g ica l S un·ey. T h e acqu ai nt a n ce b e tw ee n th e two ha d d eve lop e d at th e U niv e r s it\,. D urin g thi s "i s it th e po s iti on of C h e mi s t on th e n e w iy r e fo rm e d ivIi ss ouri Geo lo g ica l S urv ey wa s offe r ed Dr. 13u e hl e r. Thi s wa s t h e t urnin g point in hi s car ee r, for in ac ce ptin g h e turn ed [rom hi g h s c hool work into th e fi e ld th a t o cc u pi e d him throu g hout hi s lif e tim e. T h e "C hi ef " oft e n r emark ed that hi s a ss ociation with th e h a rd-dri\' in g, dynami c l3u c k ley, w ho h ad no pati e n cc with

poor wo rk , in e ffic iency, a nd lack of int e res t, had m u c h to do with th e ear ly moldin g of hi s own ca r ee r, a nd it wa s f ro m him th a t, to use th e " C hi ef' s" own word s, "a ga wky, g ree n co untry bo y, train ed in c h emi s try " b ega n to lea rn th e sc ie n ce of ge olo gy a nd to a tt a in ex tr a ordinary s tat ur e in th a t profess ion. A t t h e out se t of hi s prof ess ional lif e, a n a ly ti ca l ch e mi st ry co mm a nd e d hi s a tt e nti on, a nd h e wa s res pon s ibl e fo r work carri e d on b y th e Mi ss ouri Geo lo g ica l S urvey as r eor g a ni ze d by Buck ley . H e h a'd tak e n , h oweve r, s ome c le m e n ta ry ge olo gy at th e U ni ve r s it y of Wi sc on s in, but hi s int e re s t in t h at s ubj ec t wa s prob a bl y s tim ul ate d mor e by c lo se a ss o c iat ion w ith a g roup of ge olo g is t s w ho w e r e in sc hool w it h him . S om e of th ese fri e n d s w e r e a ls o co nn ected with th e M iss ouri Geolo g ica l S ur vey in th e ea rl y da ys o f th e B u ck ley r cg im e, and a ga in th e di sc u ss ion durin g and afte r offi ce hour s cc nte r e d around ge o lo gy , and h e g raduall y b egan to und e rtak e, und e r B u c kl ey's dir ec tion, ce rtain fie ld work. T h e ea rli e r ge olo g ic r es ult s app ear e d a s a r e port on th e quarryin g indu s try of M iss ouri w hi c h in c lu d e d man y data on t h e ph y s ical and c h emi ca l prop e rti es of th e ro c k s d esc rib e d. T h e clo se r e lation b e tw ee n c h e mi s t ry a nd ge o lo gy wa s furth e r ev id e nc ed by th e pub li catio n of an ea rl y r ep or t o n t h c G ranb y lead-zinc ar e a of s outhwes t e rn Mi sso ur i. In fa ct, from th e b eg innin g , th e s ubj ects of ch e mi s tr y an d ge olo gy w e r e s o clo se ly int e rwove n that it wa s diffi c ult t o mak e a ny di s tinct se paration of th e m throu g h o ut hi s e ntir e lif e. In ]90-1 h e wa s appoint e d a ss is tant S t ate Geo lo gis t ;In d se r ve d in that ca pacity until 1907, w h e n fo r a !ihort p e riocl o f tim e h e wa s a ss o c iated w ith th e Federa l Lead Co mpany. O n .Ma y 8, ] 908, h e r e turn ed to th e Mi ss ouri G eolo g ica l S ur vey and was appoint ed by Jo se ph W. Folk , th c n Go\-e rnor of th e Sta t c, State G co lo g is t and Dir ec tor of th e :-li ss ou ri Gcolo g ic a l S ur vey, a po s it ion h e h e ld until hi s d ea th . Hi s tr e m c ndou s capacity and s u ccess r es ult e d in hi s ea rn ed r eappointm e1Jt by ]0 Gove rnor s of t h e S tate. I n hi s ea rl y ye ar s as S tat e G e o lo g is t th ese appointm e nt s w e r e, acco r(lin g to D r. Bu e hl e r, mad e s om e tim es o nl y afte r a ca re ful sc rutin y of hi s r e co rd, or s om e in c id e nt that alway s w ith s tood the c lo ses t in s p ec tion and e xaminat ion. In lat e r yea rs hi s appointm e nt by an incomin g Gov e rnor w as s imp ly a for eg on e c on c lu s ion a nd wa s ba se d who ll y upon me rit and wit hout po liti ca l con s id e ra ti on. Th e writ e r r eca ll s a r ece nt sess ion of th e leg is la tur e a nd a m ee tin g of th e Approp ri at ion s C ommittee of th e Hou se of E e pr ese n tativ es w h e n "T h e C hi ef" a pp ea r ed on b e h a lf of hi s or g an iza tion to r e qu es t and to offe r p e r sona ll y s ub s tantiatin g docum e n t s in s upport of hi s formal app li ca tion for fund s with w hi c h to run th e S ur vey. A ft e r a fe w op enin g r e mark s th e C h a ini13n, a man w e ll known a nd wi se in th e way of thin gs le g is lati ve, int e rrupt e d and sa id "C hi ef, I think eve ry .ii<i iss ourian kno ws of y our g r eat work in th e d cve lopm e nt of th e ,·v a te r a nd min e ral r es ou r ccs . ' ,Ve \I'ou ld lik e to h e ar y o u ta lk, but in th e p,' ess of oth e r h ea rin g s I s u gges t, and ho p e you w ill ag ree, th a t w e jus t g ive yo u wha teve r amou nt yo u h ave a s k e d for wit hout furth e r di s c u ss ion "; a nd t hi s in th e da y s w h e n app ropri ation re qu es ts w c re pe rh a ps mor e c lo se ly scr utini ze d. " C hi ef" B u e hl e r a s S tat c Geo lo g is t le ft man y concre te monum e nt s to hi s n a m e. Som e of th e o ut ~ tand in g o n es th a t s h o uld b e m e ntioc ed ar c th c hi g h p lac e upon which h e co ndu c te d th e S tat e G e o lo g ica l S ur vey, a pl a n e r e Rec ted by co nc r e te a c hi eve m e nt e xp r esse d by quar ry, pit, min e, and mill throu g hout Mi ss ouri, by th e publi ca tion s of hi s d epa rtm e nt, all of w hi c h wc re d e vot ecl to an ex pa n s ion oj th e State 's min e ral w ea lth, by hi s g ood s o und pra c ti ca l ad"i ce g ive n indi yiclua ll y to bank e r or farm c r " frOIll th e iork s of th e c r ee k" o r co l1c c ti\'e ly to th e va riou s St:ltc a ncll oca l a ss oc iation ;; " ' ho a ', nual ly s ou g ht hi s a d vice a nd h e lp.

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T hi s wo rk led to th e se lec tion of points fo r and t h e d eve lo pm e nt of a n a ppro ve d m a nn e r of se ttin g th e cas in g a nd , in ge n e r a l, th e geolo g is t a nd g r oundwa te r e n g in ee rin g wor k re lat ed to a ll w e ll s drill ed for publi c wat e r s upp lies w ithin th e Sta t e , Thi s p rogra m was so le ly direc t e d to \\'a rd t h e b e tt e rm e nt of th e pu bl ic h ealth throu g h un co ntam inat e d s up p li es of g ro und wat e r a nd pr o b a bl y reac h ed , e \'e n t h o u g h indir ec tl y, mor e p eop le in th e S tat e th a n did any ot:1 e r lin e o f geo logic e nd eav or. H e ea rly saw th e poss ibili t ies of th e c lo se mi sc ro sco p ic ex am ination of s ampl es a nd co r es fro m drill ed well s a nd h e e n co u ,-age d in eve ry way th e s tud y of in s ol ubl e r es idu es pr e par e d from lim e., ton e an d d o lo mit e s amp les, a m e thod now in r o utin e pra c ti ce in th e s ub s u rface laborato ry of th e Geo lo g ica l S ur vey H e m et, at a n ear ly el a te in hi s car ee r, and b eca m e intimat e ly assoc ia te d with th e lat e E. O . U lrich , w hom h e r ec o g ni ze d a s th e ge o lo g is t ca pa bl e of d eve lopin g th e br oad ge ne ral s trati g rap hi c fr a m ewo rk fo r th e Oza rk r eg ion. Thi s wo rk, th e d e tai ls of w hi c h we r e carri e d on b y ot h e rs, wa s hi g h-li g h te d annua ll y b y a fi e ld trip led b y J3 u e hl e r a nd U lri c h, an exc ur Sion that \\-as hi g hl y s timu lat in g a nd info rm a ti ve, es p ec iall y to th e yo un ge r m e n w ho w e r e pri\' il ege d to att e nd. Th e appli cati o n of gl:o phy s ica l met h od s of pro s p ec tin g was ea rl y a ppr ec ia t ed b y Dr. Du e hler, and m u c h pion ee r work in th e e lec tri ca l-r es is ti vi ty, se l f-pot e ntial, ma g n e tom e tri c, and g rav imetric 1l1 e th od s was und ertak e n at lea s t a s far a s S ta t e S ur veys Wl: r e co n ce rn ed. Th e r es u lt s of t hi s work Wl:re app li ed to t h e int e rpr e ta ti on of many probl e m s , T h ey ar c a ls o h a nd so m e ly p rese nt e d in th e ma g n e tom e te r ~ nd g r ~l\' i met r i c m aps of Mi sso uri ios u ed by th e S un·ey. 1\ mat e rial co ntributi o n , a nd o n e that e nd ea red hin'l to 111a il Y geo logists, was th e s po n so r in g of num e r o u s a nnu a l fie ld co nr e re n c(;s of th e K a n sas G eolo g ica l Socie t y in Mi s s o uri . A lth oug h th ese trip s took mu c h tim e to o r ga ni ze , a nd occ upi e d a co n s id e ra bl e pa r t o f hi s atte ntion a nd that of hi s s ta ff, h e fc lt th e co nf e re n ces we r e di s tinct ly wo rth w h o le. ] n hi s lat e r Yl:a r s hi s l: nthu s ias 111 for geoc h emi s try re ach e d it s h e ig h t; h e b ecame int e r es te d in th e s tud y of th e form at ion of li m es ton e a nd dol om it e, an d r ese a rc h- on a laboratory sca le wa s initi a t ed. Co n s id e rable wo rk wa s acco mpli s h ed , and h a d h e b ee n able to carry it o n ce rt a in app li ca ti o n s to c urr e nt problem s wo uld no d o ub t h ave r es u lte d. Hi s p ubli s h e d co ntri b uti o n s to geo logy d o no t b eg in to r evea l th e w ritt e n produ c t o f t h e m a n. Th e fi les of th e S un-ey bul ge w it h hi s lette r s a nd in forma l r ep ort s, th e na t ur e of m a n y of th e m b e in g s u c h a s to pr ec lu d e publi ca tion. T h e a p pe nd ed biblio g raph y is fr0111 a r epo rt on th e bibli og rap h y of Mi sso uri which w ill soon be iss u ed by th e Mi sso uri G 0log ica l S ur\' ey . It ha s b ee n mad e ava il a bl e for publ icat io n at thi s tim e t hr o u g h t h e co urt esy of Dr. E d war d L. C la rk, Direc to r a nd S tat e Geo log is t. In ad diti o n, thu e co uld proba bl y b e a dd l: d many a r tic les and repo rt s th at we re pu bli s h ed in n e ws pap e rs, trad e ma gaz in es, hou se pape rs, an d ot h e r m e di a t h at possi bl y fail e d to ca t c h th e eye of tho se w h o p re pa re th e fo r111 a l bibli og raphi es. M o r eove r, eac h re po r t ;ss u ed by th e S un-cy wa s ca r ef ull y rea d an d a n alyz ed b y him and eac h b ore th e ll1ark s of hi s ex pe ri e n ce a nd jud g m e n t.

T h e w rit e r wi ll a lways re m e mb e r many hi g h ways w incl in g throu g ho ut Mi sso uri , built und e r a nonp o li ti ca l com111i;:s ion o f w hi c h D r. Bu e hl e r was long a n ex- offic io 111 e 111b e r , and hi g hwa ys c on s t ru c t E' d u s ua ll y w ith hi s a d v ice as to 10Cl tion a nd oft e n d e t e rmin e d from a topo g r a phic 111 ap , o r a g reat hy dr o- elec t r ic d eve lopment, the Bagn e ll d am o n t h e Osage ri ve r b e in g a n e xa mpl e , s up port ed b y s tr ea m-A o \\' d ata, th e co ll ec ti on o f w hi c h was b eg un b y " Th e C hi ef" in Mi ss ouri so m e 20 yea rs ago. Th e r e ar e m a n y ot h e r exampl es that mi g h t b e 111 e nt io n e d , but it is sa fe t o say th a t th e re is but littl e of min e r a l Mi sso uri that did not b e:1e fit from t h e wo rk h e p e rfo r m e d. H is work fo r hi s b e love d S tat e of Mi ss ouri did n ot e nd wit h hi s labor s as S ta t e Geo lo g is t a nd as a m e mb e r o f th e S ta te Hi g h way C ommi ss io n, for h e se r ve d on innu111 e r a bl e ot h e r Stat e C0 111mitt ees. T h e o ut s tandin g on es a r e th e S tate M u se um C 0111mi ss io n, th e wo rk o f whic h is ma g ni fic e ntly di s play ed in th e S tate cap itol , th e S tate P lannin g Boa r d, th e S ta t e H.eso ur ces a nd D eve lop m e nt C ommi ss io n , th e S tat e C o un c il of th e Natio n a l R eso ur ces Plan nin g Boa rd , a s C hi ef E n g i:1 ee r of th e C ivi l \V o r k.; Adm ini s trat ion a nd it s s uccesso r th e Mi ss ou r i R e li e f a nd R eco n s tru c tion Co mmi ss ion, and as ex -offic io ad vise r a t o n e tim e or anot h e r to practi ca ll y eve ry d e partm e nt, bo a rd, o r com mi ss ion in iVI iss ouri. R ec ogn ition of hi s outs t a ndin g wor k ca m e to him in m a ny ways, oth e r than hi s re p ea te d appointm e nt to th e po s ition of S tat e Geo lo g is t , a nd for hi s contribution s· to th e Sta t e h e \\' as a ls o s ig n a ll y h o n o r ed b y th e Mi ss oLlTi- Sc hoo l of Min es in 1 92~ w h e n th e d eg ree of Do c tor of Sc ie n ce, h Oll o ris callsa . was confe rr e d upon hint. T h e r e nown of D r. Bu e h le r wa s not ju s t Stat e-wid e; h e wa s as we ll known in t h e ca n yo n s of New York C it y as in hi s b e lo ve d Ozark hill s. Th e es tee m with whic h h e was h e ld by hi s prof ess ional co ll eag ues in a ll A m e ri ca wa s attested by hi s e le ction to t h e Pres id e n cy of th e A m e ri can In s titut e of Minin g and Metall ur g ica l E n g in ee r s in 1935. Before a nd s inc e that tim e, h e faithful ly a n d sp le ndidl y se r ved th at o r ga ni zation a s a V ice P r es id e nt and Dir ec tor, as C h a irm a n o r a s a m emb e r of man y t ec hn ica l comm itt ees . H e wa s inte n se ly int e r es t ed in th e work of thi s or g anization a nd ga \'e f r ee ly of hi s tim e to it. In mor e r ece nt ye ar s h e wa s co un se lo r of th e s tud e nt sect ion of the in s titut e at Rol la a nd w as a s iilt e res ted il: it s prob le m s a nd ge n e r a l we l fa re as h e \\'as in tho se of th e nation a l or ga ni za tion durin g hi s te r m as Pr es id e nt. H e wa s a n a ct ive m e mb e r of th e A 11I e ri ca n A ss o c iat ion of S ta t e Geolo g is ts , in w' hi c h h e wa s known affect ion ateh' b\· hi s fe ll ow memb e r s a s t h e D ea n, a nd to th e p r es id e n ~ \- a'f which h e w as e lected in 1926. . H e al s o se r ve d as a m emb e r of th e C o un cil a nd on \'a ri o u , co mmitt ees of th e Geo log ical Soc ie ty of A m e ri ca, and h e had ju s t re cently b ee n e lec te d to se rve a s a co un c ilo r of th e Soc ie ty of E co nomi c Geo lo g is t s. D r. B u e hl e r wa s a m e mb e r a ls o of th e Amer ica n Assoc iation of Pe t r ol e u m Geo log is ts , th e M in in g and M e ta llur gica l Soc ie ty of A m e ri ca, th e A m e ri ca n Ass o c ia tion for t h e Adva n ce m e nt of Sc ie n ce, th e Mi ss ou ri Aca d e m y of Sc ie n ce, th e S t. Loui s Aca d e m y o f Scie n ce, th e E n g in ee r s C lub of St. Loui s, th e Minin g C lub o f N ew Yo rk C it y, th e COS1110;; C lub of Wa s hin g ton , D. C., a nd th e N oonda y Club a nd th e Mi sso uri Athl e ti c Assoc iatio n o f St. Lo ui s. H e was a m e mb e r of th e honor ary e n g in ee r in g s oci e ty, Ta u Beta Pi , and th e h o norary sc ie ntifi c s oci ety, S ig ma Xi. T h e re is a s id e of th e ma n , h owe \' e r, a b o ut w h ic h th e wo rld kn ew but litt le. I t is Quite fittin g a nd app r opri a t e to d esc rib e thi s pha se of "T h e C hi ef' s" bu sy life as hi s co ntri bution s to s oc ie ty. T hi s p a rt of hi s li fe wa s lik e th e ot lI c: r :, ma rk e d by a c hi e\·e m e nt. In th e c it y of Ro lla , Mo., t o whi c h h e d evote d s o mu c h of hi s tim e a nd e n e r g'y, h e co ntribu ted w ise ly as Pr es id e nt of th e C ham b e r of Co mm e rce or as a m e l11ber of co untl ess co mmitt ees th e re of; in fact, h e wa s

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MEMORIAL TO HENRY ANDREW BUEHLER a c ti ve th ro ug ho u t hi s li fe in eve ry e n te r p r ise t hat wo ul d r e do u n d to t he c r ed it o r be n e fit of t he co m m unit y a s a w h o le. O n t he o ccas ion of hi s t hi rt ie t h a nn ive r s a r y as S tat e Ge olo g is t, th e Se rv ice Clu bs of Ro ll a and t h e Ro ll a C ham b e r o f Comm e r ce t e n d e r e d t o " T he C h ief" a t es t imonia l d inn e r a nd b est owe d u po n him a p la q ue and a ge o lo g ica l pi c k, b ot h a p p r opri a t e ly e n g rave d, in r ec o g ni t ion of h is o u t s ta ndin g a nd u n se lfi s h contri bu tio n s t o t he comm uni ty in w h ich he li ,¡e d. M o r e r ece ntl y, h e was honore d by t h e C ha mb e r of Comm e r ce a nd t h e p e opl e of Ro ll a w h o c h a n ge d th e na m e o f t h e lo ca l park to " B ue h le r P a rk ." H e h a d a lwa ys bee n int e n se ly int e res t e d in t h is p a rk a nd t o a la r ge m e a s u r e ha d finan ce d t he p ur cha se o f t h e pl aygro u nd e q u ip me n t t h e r e in. H e wa s act ive in or ga ni zin g t h e Ro tary Club of R o ll a and ha d se r ve d a s P r eoo id e n t d u ri n g its ea r ly yea r s. T he w rit e r k no ws o f m a n y o t h e r c o n t r ib ut ion s m a d e q ui et ly a nd w ithou t p u b lic noti ce. It is not diffi c ul t to r eca ll th e m a ny o cca s ion s w h e n t h e s ound o f ec hoin g foot s t ep s in t he S un'ey b u ild in g in t h e la t e afte r noon s ig n ifie d t ha t some s tud e n t in t he Sc ho o l o f Min es ha d b ee n in to see " T h e C hi ef" a nd was b e n e fit e d t h er e b y in t e ll ec t ua ll y, s pir it ua ll y, a nd us ua ll y fin a n c ia ll y, for to h is intimat e f ri e nd s it was a we ll -known fa c t t ha t h e fi na n ce d t h e co ll ege ed ucat ion of ma ny y ou n g me n and in a dd it ion g ave th e m wi se co u n sel t ha t r es ul t e d in fittin g t hem fo r p r o fess ion a l ca ree r s. " T he C h ief" di d no t ma rr y, a nd s o th e Ge o lo g ical S u r vey becam e hi s lif e, it s pe r s o n ne l hi s fam il y . H e s ha r e d th e ir joys , t h e ir s o r row s, th e ir s ucc esses . H is tim e w a s neve r too o cc u pi ed , h is door d ur in g t h e da y a nd fa r in t o t h e eve n in g n e,"e r c lo sed to a p e r s on a l prob le m, r egardl ess of it s c ha r a cte r , a nd in t h e con s id e ration o f tho se p r o b lem s th e r e ca m e out t h e g r eat sy mp a th y, t h e s pi r it o f k ind li n ess, lo y alt y, an d u nse lfis h n ess t ha t m a r ke d h im. H e w as ind ee d a r ea l f r ie nd an d a wi se coun se lor. Hi s life was a full one ; h e w a s k nown n ation a ll y and in t e r na tio n a ll y for o u ts tandi n g a c h ieve m e nt in ge o lo g ic sc ie nce a nd it s appli cation s to indu s tr y a nd p ubl ic se rv ice, a cc laim ed in hi s S ta te as a lea din g c itiz e n, p ro ud ly ha ile d in h is hom e comm u nit y, a nd a ff ect ion a te ly appr e ciat e d as a lo ya l f r ie nd

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MSM Faculty To ta ke car e of th e exp ecte d in c re a se in enrol lm e nt next fa ll , t h e fa cu lt y o f ;vli ss ouri Sc h ool of Min es an cl M e ta llur gy is b e in g a ug m e nt ed b y n ew m em be r s a s rapi dl y a s po ss ibl e. In a dd ition to t he 69 me m b e r s of t h e fac ulty se rv in g d ur in g t h e 19-16 s pri n g se m es t e r , t h e B oa r d of C ur ator s ha s al r e ad v a p p r ove d th e a ppo in tm e nt of 17 n e w in s t ru c t or s. It is e xpec t e d t ha t additiona l fa c ul ty m em b e r s will b e sec ur ed dur in g t h e s u mm e r brin g in g t h e tota l n u m b e r t o 100. Dr. A lb e r t VI/ . Sc h lec h t e n o f Cir va ll is, ' O r e., ha s b ee n a ppoi n t ed P r ofess or of M e ta llur g ica l E n g in ee r in g. D r . Sc hl ec h t e n is a g r ad uat e o f t h e Mo n ta na Sc h oo l of iI,l i nes in '3 7 w h e r e h e rece i,"e d t he d eg ree of B a c he lor o f Sc ie n ce in M e tal lu r g ica l E n g in ee rin g . H e t h e n w e n t to 1Ia ss a c hu se tt s In s t itu te of T ec h no lo gy from w h ich ins ti t u tion h e re c e i,"e d t h e d eg ree of Do c to r o f Sc ie n ce in 1940. H e has ha d pra cti ca l e xp e ri e nc e a s a m e t a llu r g ica l e n g in ee r w it h t h e A na c ond a Copp e r M in in g Compan y , and se r ve d as Ass is t a nt P rof ess o r of M e ta llur g ica l E n g in ee r in g at t h e U n ive rs ity o f : v1in n es ota for o n e yea r b e fo re a cce p tin g t he C hairma ns hi p of t h e D e pa r tm e n t of Min in g a nd M e ta ll ur gy a t O r ego n S tat e Co ll ege at Corva ll is . W h ile in O r ego n d ur in g a lea" e o f a b se n ce he w o rk e d for t h e U n it e d B ur ea u o f Mi n es, p rin c ipa ll y o n s uc h rar e m e ta ls as zir c o niu m a nd titani u m . H e ha s p u b lis h ed nu m e r o us art icles in t he tec h n ica l an d sc ie nt ifi c pr ess . D r. S c hl ec h t e n is marr ied a nd has tw o c hildr e n . H e and h is fami ly wi ll m o ve to Ro ll a d ur in g t h e latt e r part o f t he s umm e r , a n d h e w ill tak e up h is n e w du ti es ne xt fa ll. Two ne w a ss is ta n t profess ors haye bee n appoi n t ed in th e D epa r tm e n t o f C h emi ca l E n g in ee rin g. Dr. E mor y D. F is h er

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an d k in dl y a dv is o r b y th o se p r iv il ege d to be ass o c ia t e d with h im. H e r e wa s a m an w hose p r o g r ess t hr o ug h lif e is r e co rd e d b y man y fi ne monum e n t s, p ro fess io na l a n d s o c ia l, a n d abo ve a ll a life m a rk e d b y a g r ea t ri c h ness in fri e nd s in a ll w a lks of life. H en r y A ndr ew B ue h le r was a n o u ts ta ndin g indi v idu a l, int e nse ly a n d loya ll y d ev ot ed to hi s f ri e nd s, hi s com m u nit y, h is or ga ni za tion s, u nswe r v in g in hi g h p r in c ip le, fri e nd and b e ne fac tor of th e u n d e r p r iv il ege d , a nd c ha m pi on o f th o se w h o ge n ui n e ly tri e d t o a tta in t h e pr o pe r bac kg ro u nd fo r p r o fess ion a l lii e. A nd so he wi ll b e misse d-hi s fi g u re a nd h is c ha racte r, as s t r o n g as hi s be lo ve d g ra nit e hiil s in s outh ea s t e rn ]v1i sso u r i, hi s h ea r ty la u g h, hi s pleasa n t r e m a rk, h is p rese nce a t p r ofess io na l gat he r in gs wh e re h e was us ua ll y s u rround ed b y ma n y f ri e nd s. T ho se w h o ha d t h e pri v ilege of ass o c iati o n an d f r ie nd s h ip will a lways r e m e mb e r him as "T he C h ie f. " Partial Bibli ograph y of Henry A ndrew Bu ehler ( 1907) T he lime and cem en t reso urces of i\1 isso uri . l\1i ssouri B ureau of Geo logy and M in es, vo lum e 6, second se ri es, 2SS pages. (19 12) Geo logical map of l\1i sso ur i; s ca le 1 :750,000 . l\1 isscu ri B ureau of Geo logy and ivIin es. (19 17) Geo logy and m ineral depos its of the O za rk regio ns. A merican In st itute of ~1inin g and l\1eta llu rg ica l E ngi neer s, Bull etin, volume 130, pages 1699- 171 8. ( 19 18) 'I'he cha racte ri st ics of zinc depos its of North Amer ica . A mer ica n I nst itu te of M inin g an d :M ela llur gica l En g in eers, B ullet in , volum e 133, pages 62-63 . ( 1922) Geo log ica l map o f l\1i ssou ri, sc al e 1 :500,000. lV[ isscuri B urea u o f Geo logy and 11ines . (1926) Geological map o f l\1i sso llr i, sca le 1 :500,000. lvfisso ll ri B ureau of Geo logy a nd l\ofine s. (1932) T he di ssemi nated-lead dist ri ct of southeastern l\1i ssotlri . In terllat io na l Geo logic al Co ng ress, S ixteenth Sessio n, Guide book 2, pages 45-55. (I939) Geo logica l Al ap of l\.fisso uri ( rev ised ed itio n) . l\'fi ssouri Geolog ica l S ur vey and W ater R eso ur ces. (1941) :\I agnet ic m ap o f so uthea st ern l\1i ssouri embay ment area, showing ano mali es o f vertica l int ens ity . (19-1- 1) Geo log ic ma p J oplin district, show in g geo logy, mining and m inera lized areas (6 shee ts) , (1943) Grav ime tric map of l\1issouri, sca le 1 :500,000, showing gravimetric ano m ali es. ( 1943) Grav im et ri c-geo logic map of l\'[i ssour i, show in g magnet ic ano malies .

car r ies a B ach e lo r of Sc ie nc e d eg r ee from Dakota VVes leya n U n ive r s ity , a nd a Docto r of P hil o s op h y fr om t h e U ni ve r s it y of vV isco ns in . H e h a s se rve d a s I n s t ru c tor in C hemi s tr y a t Kan sas S tat e Co llege and th e U n ive r s ity o f T exas, and lat e r as P r ofess or of C h e mi s tr y a t Eas t T exas Co llege. H e has bee n appoint ed Ass is t a n t P r ofess o r o f C he mi s t ry . Dr. M a rion J. Ca ld w e ll h as a ls o b ee n a ppo int e d Ass istan t Profess or of C he mi s tr y . Dr. Ca ld w e ll is a g r ad ua t e in C h emi ca l E n g in ee rin g from Ka n sas S tat e Co llege in '31, a nd in 1933 rece ive d h is Ma s t e r 's d eg r ee a n d in 1946 h is Do c tor o f P h ilo s op hy d eg r ee. H e wor ke cl o n e ye a r in in d us t ry, a nd ha s bee n a n I n s tr uc tor in P h ys ica l C he m is t ry at Ka nsas S ta t e Co ll ege. I n th e E n g l is h D e pa r tm e n t , D r . Cla re nce A. B ro wn ha s r e t u r n ed to d u ty a s Ass is ta n t P ro fess o r o f E n g li s h a fte r seve ra l ye a r s of m il ita ry se rv ice. D r . B row n h o ld s h is Do cto r o f P hil o s o ph y d eg r ee fr om t he U ni ve r s ity o f Wi sco ns in, an d ha s ta u g h t in t he En g li s h D e pa rtm e n t of t he U ni ve rs it y o f Wi sco n s in , an d w as a n in s t ru c to r in E~l g li s h at t h e Jun io r Co ll ege a t P ueb lo, Co lo. R e id J a nn , h o lds a Maste r of A r ts d eg ree fr om S o u t h e rn lV1 e t h o d is t U nive r s ity, a n d a Bac he lo r of Art s d eg ree f r om Ce n tra l Co llege at Fa ye tt e, Mo. H e has h ad ex t e n s ive t ea c h in g exp e ri e n ce, a nd has bee n app o in t ed I n s t ru c to r in E n g lis h b egin n in g w it h t h e s umm e r t e r lll . I n th e Geo lo gy d epa rtm e n t, Dr. M. W. Corbi n ha s bee n a ppoi n t e d Ass is ta nt P r ofess o r of Ge o lo gy . Dr. Co rb in is a g r a du a te w it h an A .B . d eg ree frolll Cla r k U n ive r s ity, a nd ha s a Doctor of P h ilo sop h y d eg r ee from Jo h n Hopkin s U ni,-e rs ity . H e is a m em be r o f t h e A m e r ica n Ass o c ia tion of P e t r o le u III Geo lo g is t s a nd S ig m a X i. H e has ha d ex te ns ive ¡p r a c ti cal ex pe r ie nce a t Ru t ge rs U n ive rs it y . H e wi ll tea c h (Co n t inu ed o n P age 14)

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N c minating Committee \ \l e a re now comin g c lose e nou g h to th e s ha nk of th e yea r t o m a ke it hi g hl y appropriat e to appoi nt a nomin a tin g cOllllllitt ee for th e purpo se of se le cti n g ca ndidat es for th e offi ces of Pres id e nt, Vi ce P res id e nt, S ec re tar y and Tr e a sur e r to se r ve durin g th e y ea rs 1 9~6- 1 9 ~ 7. Th e: fol lowi ng m e mb e r s ar e he re by appo int e d to t he N Olllinatin g COlllm itt ee : Car l G. S ti fe l ' 16, c hairman--tL'i N.8th s tr ee t , St. Loui s , ~fo. E. R Nee d les ' I-I-.'i S un s e t driv e, Summ it, NT Ha rn ey N ud e lman '21-530 \ !\f es t Sixth s tr ee t, Lo s An ge les, Ca l. O. E . S ton e r '20-1228 S . Co lumbia place, Tu ls a, Okla . M a uri ce Alb e rt s on ' ll-I ~ox 11 5 ~, Hous ton 1, T ex. M . E. N ick e l '38-7020 C reg ie r av e nu e, C hi ca g o ~9, Ill. R. Z.Wi lliam s '3 1-504 E. 5th s tr ee t, Rolla, Mo. Sec tion 2 of Artic le 3 of our prese nt Con s titution pro\-id es th e fo ll owin g a s th e fu n ct ion s of th e Nomi natin g Com m itt ee : "Th e NO lllin at in g Com lllittee s hall e lect a s nom in ees not less than two m e mb e rs of th e A ss ocia t ion for eac h office to be fi ll ed by ballot in th e fo ll owin g mann e r: Th e S ec re tar y , who mu s t be a res id e nt of Rol la, Mo., s ha ll s ubmit to each m e illb e r of th e A ss o c iatio n, b y U.S. mai l, a ballot contai nin g th e na m es of a ll !lomin e es for office, w hich nomin ees s hall ha ve bee il prev iou s ly c o ns ul t e d a nd s ha ll have a g r ee d to s e r ve if e lec t ed, at lea s t s ixty day s prio r to th e dat e upon whi c h th e te rm o f offi ce to be fi ll ed b ecom es effective_ 1f e m be l'S s ha ll be r equ es te d to indicat e upon s uc h ballot s th e individ ual s fo r w hom vot es ar e ca s t and re turn th e m t o th e S e c r e tary. T he majorit y of vot es ca s t and in possess ion of t he Se cr::: ta ry , not lat e r tha n te n da y s prev io us to beg innin g of te r m of office, s h a ll con s titut e a n e lec tion. " In o rd e r that th e N om inatin g Committee mi g ht ha\'e t he be ne fit of y our s u gg ~ s tion s re g ard in g poss ible ca ndid at es fo r th e A lumni A ss oc ia tion offi ce s, it is s ug ges t ed th at yo u writ e imm e diat e ly e ithe:r to Mr. Car l G. Stife l, c h a irm an, in S t. L o ui s, or to th e m e mb e r of th e N omi natin g Committ ee re p re _e ntin g th e ar e a in w hi c h y ou a r e located, and mak e y our prefe r e nc es known . Lo cal sec tion c ha irm e n ar c lik ewi se r equ es te d to mak e th e se le c tion of nomin ees a n o rd e r of bu s in ess at th e ir n ext sec tion m ee tin g s.

whom ha ve ha d \-a s t ex pe ri e nc e in th e fi e ld of e du ca tional e ndowm e n ts. \ !\f e be li e\-e t ha t o ur Trus t Fund pl a n is g oin g to prom o te confid e nce amon g our a lu mni in a m a nn er not po ss ibl e wh e n us in g th e prese nt m ac hin e ry fo r c ont rollin g th e a d m ini s tra tion of e ndow e d fund . Thi s add ed co nfid e nce s hould pro v id e fu nd s for th e purpo ses out lin e d a ne! in addition t o tho s e norma ll y pro v id e d b y a ppropri a tion from th e S tat e of Mi ss ouri. En c lo sed in thi s iss ue al s o is a ca rd upon whi c h w e re qu est y ou r appro\-a l o r di sa pproya l on th e m a t e ri a l co\-e r ed in th ese thr ee do c um e nt s . P lea s e re turn th e card s to Dwi g h t L. 1Ioodi e, Admi ni s trati\-e S e c re tary , Box 559, Roll a, 1fo_ P lea se do s o qui c kly a s w e a r e mo s t a nxiou s to p u t th e Tru s t F und into op e rati o n without f urth e r d e la y and b e for e too mu c h mo r e of th e 1 9 ~ 6 tax ye ar ha s bee n used up-s in ce th e re a re pos s ibi liti es pr e~e ntl y lJr e\-a le nt in ta x-brac ke t s whi c h mi g ht or mi g h t not be pr eva le nt in th e 19~i tax ye a r . Yo u r committ ee m e mb e r s ha ve s pe nt a g r eat amo unt of tim e in th e pr e paration of t hese pla ns and w e a re s ur e you wi ll do y o ur part to fi n is h th e job.

Homecoming Celebration Committee ~Ir.

Harry S. P e nc e is h e re b y appo int ed c hairman of th e Alumni A ssociation Committ ee for th e 75th A nni\-e rsar y a nd Hom e comi n g. A s many of you know, H ar ry ha s rece nt l;, r e turn ed from a lon g tour of d uty in th e Corp s o f En g in ee rs , L.S. A rmy, and wa s re li eve d f r om acti ve duty a s a li e ut e nant c o lon e l. H e is now r es idin g in St. Lo ui s and workin g a s a civ ilian e mp loy e e of th e Di s tri c t E n g in e er, U .S. A rm y. Harry is R es id e nt E n g ine e r, Ordn a n ce \N ork s, vVe ld o ll Sp ri ng ,110. Hi s te le p hon e numb e r is DE lmar ~~OO, e.-d e ns io n 101. H e wi ll be g lad to ha\'e s ugge st ion s, s o don't be s urpri sed wh e n he ca ll s upon yo u.

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November 2 to 9, 1946

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Finance, Endow ment and Scholarship Committee I.a rge ly throu g h th e pe r s is t e nc e a nd th e co n s tant e ffort o n th e pa r t of Vi ce P res ident Karl Ha sse lmann '2j and th e a ss is tan ce, coun se l and g uid anc e of M ess r s. Ta c k lin g , Ea s lev, H ead and S tif e l, w e ar e no w p leased to s ubmit in thi s is s l;e th e followin g m a te ri a l: I. R e vi sed Con s titution and B y-Laws . 2. A rti cles of In c o rpor aiion for o ur As s o c iation. 3. A lu mni Endowm e nt Fund. Th ese do c um e nt s ar e s e lf- ex pl a na tor y an d r e pr es e nt t he b es t thinkin g of man y of o ur exp e ri e nce d al umni . \ 'Ve hay e be n in con s ult a tion with attorn eys a nd tru s i offi c e r s, a ll of

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CAMPUS NEWS 37 S en iors R eceive D egrees May 28, 1946

Looking lik e "old tim es" and for ete llin g a g r ea te r future for th e ~Ii sso uri School of l1in es andl1eta ll ur gy, th e seve nty-third annua l comme nce m e nt of 11Si\1 wa s he ld at P a rk e r I1 a ll he re thi s morning. I)r. Franc L l1cClu e r, p res id e n t of 'vV es tm in s te r Co ll e ge, Fulton, delivered an in s pi r in g a nd tho ug htful a d d r ess on the s ubj ec t, "The Destination of th e Free." Dr. I,' r ed e ri c k Arnold l1iddl e bu s h, president of th e university of :'1i sso uri , co nf e rr ed the d eg rees as r ecom m e nd ed by Dr. C urti s Laws \Vibon, d ea n, a nd hi s d epa rtmcnt c h a irmen. Ur ges One-W o r ld Fait h Dr. :'1iddi e b us h and D r . \"'i ls on ex presse d " warm, perso na l regards a nd bes t wishes" to eac h of th e g raduat es . Dr. l1 cClue r ur ge d th e m to face th e future "with faith in our co untr y , \\'ith sp iritual hop e-but not with pollyanna optimism-and without fear of this nation lo s in g too m uc h of its 50n;r eig nty as it participates in one-wor ld affai r s of peac e. " Frank C. j'v1ann of Springfie ld, chairman of t h e School of Min es Co mmitt ee of th e Hoa r d of C u rator s, wa s intro du ced by Dr. \ Vi ls on ''<:s c hairma n of th e Curators ' committee h e lpin g to p us h th e School of l1in es e\'er forwar d ." R e\'. G. Scott Porter, Presbyte r ian pa s tor, prono u nc e d th e ill\'ocation and be ne diction, and D. H. Erkiletian, director of th e g lee clu b, le d th e! clu b in t w o nu m be rs , "Steal Away," a n d "Goin ' H om e." H a nl ey is H on o r ed Cpon th e reco mlll e ndat ion of Dea n \ Vi lso n, D r. :'I iddlebu s h awarded Prof. H. R. Han ley, chairman of t he Ill e tallu rg ica l d e pa r tm e nt, t he d eg ree of "p r ofess or e me r itu s," in r eco o'nition of h is -1-5 yea r s o[ o u ts tanding se n ' ic e in th e metal lu r g ica l indu s try and a s a teac he r. Prof. I-lanky will retir e thi s fall to cleyote mor e time to research, of whic h he is a recog niz eci authority, panic ula l-I y in th e fie ld of e lect rica I nH.: ta II u rg-y. Don a ld 1r \\-in ilI eye r, no\\- in th e C_ Armed Forces, \\-as a wa rd e d th e All en P. Green « ward, r ece ipt of which \\'as ac l-:no\\·1 d ge d in pe rso n b y hi s fath e r. Raymond 110 lin J onts \\-as announced a s t he "frat man of the vear ." Degrees C o n fe rr e d Th e fol loll' i ng d eg r ees w e r e con ferred : Ihc h e lo r of Science in :'1inin g Engineering (Dr . .J. D . Forre~t e r, c hairm a n ) : H_ob e rt Paul Co nn e tt , Jo h n F. Cou lthard, Howa rd :'Io r ri s Fowl e r, Burnette H e nry, Cec il Ed g ar J e nnin gs , :'Iar ga ret Oaks R e nwic k, Yi r g il Doll' Schroeder, Ffe n r\' Clifton Smith_ 13 a~helo r of Scie nce in Meta llur g ica l Engi neer in g ( I)rof. H_ R. I-la nley, c hai rman) : 1-:- ay Ka ney u ki I ke uy e, \ Ta,; uyuki 'J (uw a moto, Fred e rick Ro ss Ric hard s on, Frank Oscar Schofro_ 13ae h e lo r of Sc ie nce in Civi l Engineering (P r of. .T- 13. nut le r , chai r man): Geo r ge E. l1 u rk e, J osep h 1 CO \\'an, Rob e rt I_i\' in gs ton e :' fan n, Ra lp h nd re lV Math ews , Artl, ur Robe r t :'1 ec nan . I ~achc l or of Science in M ec ha n ica l Engineering (U r. A . A. :'1 i ic!' , c hairman): Vi n c nt Elroy Shanks . Il ac he lor of Science in Electrica l E n o-in ee rin g ( I' rof_ F. H_ Fram e, chai r man) : Carn ey Cedrick F es le r, Ja c k Yoshiharu )Jomi, :Syh-ester J oseph 1 a g ano, Vlilliam Ah·in Ru t le d ge. l3ac helor of Sci n ee in C hemical E n g in ee rin g (Dr. -W. T. Shrcnk , c hairman ) : I::: mi l Lawr e nc e 1 ahn J r., Thoma ;, Dea n Dani e ls, Robe r t Ijnders H e in ec k, \ Villiam E\'e rc tt K e h ner, :\il , l( ei th :\ c I50n, H e nry Ri c hard Ru st , Rob e rt H e nd e rso n Smith, Ri c ha rd .los ph Doi sy ,major in c hem is tr y) , Dona ld be rwort1 r",in :'1 eye r (major in phy s ics), J ohn Harold mann ( major in geo logy)_ liaehelor of Science in Ceramic Engnieering (Dr. F)au l H e rold, c hairman): Ra y mond Bolin Jon es , \Val te r H e rb e rt K ibur z .I r., J o sep h Han' ey Re nfr e w, Ken net h }.[ e nn o \\,ilhelm ,.

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Ma s te r of Scie nce to Fred H enry B u n ge an d Ju li a n Iban Fu ll r; Engineer of :'1ines to J ohn Pat r ick Ra so r an d l1etall u r g ical Enginee r to Oden Cass Garst, both in absentia. Co mm e ncement exe rci ses s ta rt e d Sunday wh n th e R e\'. G. Scott Porte r, mini s t e r of th e Ro ll a P res byt e rian C hurc h, d liv e r ed th e Baccala u reate se rm o n at Parke r H a ll. ,\ form a l r ecep tio n at th e hom e of D ea n and Mr s . urti s L. \ Vilson wa s he ld la s t ni g h t, with g radu a tin g se nior s, members of th fac ulty a nd fri e nd s attending. )Jumber One hono rary g ra du a t e was R ay mond Bolin Jon es of Charleston. Fi r st honor s w e re won by ])onald 1. 'Meyer, St. Louis; :;ils K . )Jel on, F a rmin g ton; JO~ln H. Ober\\'ortmann, Kan sas C it y; Sy lv es t e r .1. l'agano , C ry stal C ity; Jo sep h H . Re nf r e w, Urbana, II I. ; and Fred e rick It Ri c ha rd so n, K a nsas Cit y . Second honor s w e r e won by Emil L. Hahn, Ca pe Gil-ar d ea u; .l ac k )Jomi, \\l e ise r, Id a ho; a nd l1ar ga ret Oaks Renwi ck, \V a rr e n, TIl. Th e A. P. Green m e dal wa s won by D onald I". :'1 eye r. The A lpha C hi Sigma awa rd went to Nils K. ~e l s on and th e American Society of Civil En rin ee rs award wa s g rant ed to R ob e rt L. :'[<) nn , R olla. T he S tci nll1 ese h technica l writin g prizes wc re won by Howard M. Fowl er. Tacoma, \Va s h.; K ay K. l ke uy e, La Jara , Col.; and ~ [ arga r et Oaks R e n\\-i c k, \ \ ' a ,-,-en, III. -Rolla Da ily N ews.

75th A nniversar y At th e ri s k of b e in g t hou g h t to be r epe titiou s, undul y exc ite d , o r j us t p lai n "ca n-yin' the torch " for the 75th A n niver sa ry of MSM Kov_ 2 to 9, 19~6, w e are writing about it ao-ain. Th e Fac u lty Committee ha bee n appointed and i, iun c tionin g-your Al u mni A ssoc iat ion is m a kin g plansand all that r ema ins is for as many Alumni a nd former st ud e nt s as possible to make their plans to be her for a t least part of the pro g ram. T he 50th A n ni\'e rsar y in 1921 wa s we ll attended a nd Ill a n y Alumni cam e from for e ig n assignments. A 75th ,\nni\'e rsa ry ju s lifi es j us t a litt le more consideration and planning. That is one r ea s on \l'hy we are s tr es . in g the import a nce of a lar ge attendance. How eve r, th e re a re other and eve n more important reas ons. I n t he la st two is ues of th e "A lumnu s" we ha l'e tri ed to draw a picture of the Ro ll a s ituation as it ex is t s todav-bot h from t he s tandpoint of MSM as an educational ins tiiution and from the s tandpoint of town and sc hool and th e pa rt the y play in the post war period and th future [or town and sc hoo l. ga in- \\-e may be accused by so m e of p laci n g too much s t r ess on matt e rs which a r c not considered importa n t in th ese day s of "what-th e- h e ll, yo u can't ge t an y wh e re by bein g hon es t." B u t, if this sc hoo l is to accompli. h its mi ss ion and serl' e s t ud e nt s , indu s tr y, th ta t of :'1i sso uri, and OUI' goo d old United Stat·s as it s hould, then it 's up to tho se oi us \\' h o spe nt som goo d y!-,a r. of Ollr li ves here a nd a lot mo r e in indu s try to do so m e t h in g abo u t it. 'vVe do n' t k now what "A lma :' l ater" m ca n, to yo u it mean s SOI11 t h in g diffe rent to eac h a nd every g raduate or former s t ud ent. Hut ,,'e, pe r s onally, don 't li ke to think that a n y man can attend a sc hool li ke :'1SM, ge t hi s d eg ree, th en spe nd a numb e r of years ca pitali z in g on what he learned, a n d not ha\-e ome so rt of d ee p fee lin g about th ' ,c hool , th e town, and th e Fa c ulty that gave him h is s tart. 1 t won ' t do a lot of us a b it of ha rm an d it will make a lot of ea r ne s t teac h e r s fee l p r e tty g ood to ha ve a n u m be r of th e "old t im e r s" come down h e r e thi s Fa ll of 1 9~6 and do a bit of ge ttin g r e -ac quaint e d, a bit of hand s hakin g (not th kind s om e of us us e d to do whil e tr y in g to pass I'rof. ])ea n' , cal c ulu s), and a bit of " bull- sessi onin g" with iellows lik e "Cap" Ha n ley, K a rl K e rs hn e r, Sp ik e D e nni , I'rof. Fram e, Prof. Ra n kin, Sam '-lo y d , "J o c" But le r, and quite a f w oth rs w cou ld na m . Th e D ea n wo uld be g lad to have YOll drop into hi s office-he probab ly know s mor c a bout what you are doin g than you r ea liz e. Anyway, he will b ' [{ lad to <ee -,"ou. How a bo ut it:

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CAMPUS NEWS Size of Dormitory May Be Slashed Rising Building C os ts , Reason ; IOO -ro o m Slas h Planned Tlt e eve r-ri s in g co s ts o f produ c tion ma y ca use o ffi c ial s of t lt e Sc h oo l of .Min es to c ut 100 roo m s off its prop osed 300b ed d o rmitory for MSl\I1 s tu d e nt s, o n whi c h work is to b eg in in t lt e n ca r futur e, it wa s lea r n e d b y t lt e Roll a Da il y New s (Jun e 25, 1946 ) Tot :;! cos t of th e buildin g w ill b e $525,000, an d co n s tru c tio n offi c ia ls a r c 110W s k e pti ca l as to w h e th e r th e 300-be d do rmit o ry ca n b e b uilt for t hat amo un t of m o n ey, it wa s le ar n ed. Th e M iss o uri G e ne ral A sse mb ly rece nt ly m a d e a ll approp ri a ti o n o f 262,500 for th e bui ldin g, t hat fi g ur e to b e m a tc h ed bY :1 n e qua l a m o unt by t h e sc h oo l m a kin g a tot a l of $,125,000. in ce that app ropr ia ti o n ha s b ee n m ad e, p ro du c tion cos ts h ave ri se n rap id ly, a nd now p lan s a r e un d e r way to d e te rm in e w h e th e r it wi ll b e n e cessa ry to "s have off" ' 100 of th e r ooms in th e b u; ldin g . Nbn y offi c ia ls a r e co n vin ced t hat s uc h ac ti o n w ill b e n ecessa ry , it wa s revea led . A cute Housing Shortage Th e sc h oo l do r mit o ry wa s p la nn ed fo r MSM du e to t h e ac ut e h o u s in g s h o r ta ge thro u g h o ut Ro ll a, br o u g ht a b o ut b y th e inAu x of s t u de n t s h e r e-th e I'a s t m a jority of whom are vete r a n s go in g to co ll cge u;ld c r t h e G I Bi ll of Ri g h t s. Sc hoo l e nrollm e n t for th e pr ese nt s umm e r te rm s tand s at 900 s tud e nt s-th e la r ges t e nrollm e nt in t h e sc h oo l's 7S -yea r hi s t o ry . Mor eove r, th e e n ro ll m e nt is expecte d to jump to n ear th e 2000 mark in Sep te mb e r . Th e bi g e nr o llm e nt jump h as s p urr ed offic ia ls o f t h e sc h oo l to co ndu c t a n a ll- o ul ca m pa ig n fo r hou s in g, a nd t h e sc h oo l do rmitory was one of t h e m ai n feat u res of th e cam pa ig n. Th e S tate L eg is la tur e qui c kl y ca m e to th e resc u e w ith th e app rop r iatio n, a nd p la ns w e r e b e in g fo rmul ated ro r t h e Sc h oo l Hoa rd of C ura to rs to iss u e b o nd s in an e q u a l amo un t to m ee t th e s tat e f und s. Lar ge Dining Room O ri g ina l p la n s ca ll e d for th e 300 roo m s, p lu s a di n in g room a nd ki tc:, e n. Th e dinin g room , as p la nn e d , will sca t 600 p e rs on s. T he la r ge di nin g s pa ce is p la nn ed, officia ls s aid , to tak e ca re o f a dditiona l s t ud e nt s w h e n w in gs a re ad d ed to th e buildin g late r. No defi ni te a nn o un ceme nt co n ce rnin g th e c u t in th e s ize of the buildin g w as m a d e, b u t official s of M S M a nd bui ldin g cont rac t o r s call e d in o n th e proj ect a r e s t ud y in g th e proble m, a ll d a d e fi ni te a nno un ce m e nt wil l probab ly b e ma d e lat e r. -Roll a D a il y N ews.

Prof. R. Z. Williams ' 31 to Serve as Acting Dean Ap po in t ed by J.' res id e n t Mid d le bu s h , Prof. H.ex 'Willi ams wi ll aga in Se l"\'e a s A c tin g D ean du r in g t h e a bse nc e of Dea n \ Af il s on throu g ho u t th e s u mm e r sess ion. From tim e to tim e o ut- o f-t o wn bu s in ess wi ll ca use Dean vVil s o n to b e a bse nt from hi s office, a n d durin g t h at ti m ~ Prof. \ ,Vil lia m s wi ll b e Acting D ean. P r of.VV ill iam s dc t ed in a s imil a r capac it y la s t s Ulll m c r w h e n D ea nvVil s on wa s o n hi s vacat ion . Pr o f. Wi lli a m s g raduat ed h e r e in 193 1 wit h a d eg ree in meta ll ur g ica l e n g in C'e rin g, a nd imm e diat e ly b eca m e a mem b e r of th e fac ult y . Now h e is a f ull profess or a nd a lso h ea d of t h e Mechanics d e pa rtm e nt.

John Scott ex-'89 Directs Musical Program In Parker Hall n eca use th e ).[ SM Band is not a c ti ve thi s s umm e r, J o hn Sco tt asse mbl ed s om e of th e town' s mu s ic ian s for a s umm e r co n ce r t at Park e r Ha ll o n Jun e 23 . Th e p r og ram was d edi ca ted to t h e vete ra ns ofvVo rld \Afar II w h o ar e n ow l\Iin e rs. I t feat ur e d se lec tion s p laye d o n th r ee piano s , an o r g a n (w ith Dr.vVoodm a n at t h e h e lm ) a nd drum s. Jim Scott, g ra nd so n of t h e dir ccto r, pr es~ n t e d tw o co rn e t s o lo s. Th e nu mb e rs ra n ge d rr om co ll ege so n gs to So usa's "Sta rs a nd tr ip es Fo r eve r " to t he Ov e rtur e fro m Eo ss ini 's " \ IVillia m T e lL"

The Laro-est Summer Session in the History of the School ~

T hi s s um m e r sess io n t h e e nr o llm e nt is a b o ut 100 0/< larger t h a n a ny e nr o llm e n t in p re \' io u s s umm e r sess io n s , a nd i:: o n e or th e laro'es t e nr o ll m e nt s in th e sc h oo l' s hi s to ry . f\ cco rdin g ct o t h e lat es t fi g ur es r e lea se d f r o m th e 'I"J eg .I5tr a r's office t h e re a rc n ow 883 s tud e nt s a tt e ndin g l\1 SM, 723 of th em a tt e ndin g sc h oo l 'und e r th e G.I. B ill of Ri g ht s. B ro k e n down acco rdin g t o c la sses, t h at g ives 452 fr es hm e n , 135 sop h o m o res, Li2 ju ni o r s , 84 se nior s , 20 g rad u a t es a nd 40 t h a t a re lIn cla ss ifi ed . VVh e n c lass ifi ed acco rdin g to d e partm e nt s, m e c h anica l e n g in ee rill g see m s to b e th e m o s t pop u la r w it h 151 e nr o lled. T h e ot h e r s a rc minin g w it h geo lo gy a nd p e t ro le um o pti o n s 142, m e tallur gy 83, c iv il 105, e lec tr ica l 144, c h e mi ca l e n g in ee r in g a nd c h e mi s tr y 84, ce ra mi cs 26, sc ie n ce 9, s p ec ia l 12, un c la ss ifi ed 19 a lld e n g in ee r in g s tud e nt s \\"ho a rc as y e t und ec id e d as to d e partm e nt 103. T hi s is a fo re runn e r o f wh at ca n b e e xp ec te d thi s fa ll. A la r ge numb e r of t hi s n ea r ly 900 e nr o ll m e n t will ca rr y Ol'e r in to th e fa ll se rn es te r s in ce oy e r ha lf a rc fr es h m e n. Ap proxim a te ly 200 s t u d e nt s in sc h oo l la s t s p r in g ha\'e pr e - r eg is te r ed for th e fal l se m es te r a nd a r c n ot in sc h oo l thi s s umm e r . On Jun e 15 a tot a l o f 8 12 app lication s h ad b ee n rece i\'e cl a s ki l; g for e nro ll lll e n t in th e fa ll se m es te r. )J e w app licat io n s a r e com in g in at th e rat e of 100 p e r wee k , Th e limit in g factor in th e e nr o llm e n t w ill b e, fir s t , h o u s in g in Rolla fo r t h e s tud e n t s, a nd two, h o us in g o n t h e ca mpu s parti c ul a rly in th e fr es hm a n la b orato ri es , s uc h as c h e mi s tr y and e n g in ee r in g dr aw in g . It see m s ce rtain that an e l'e nin g sess ion wi ll h a\'e to b e run in th e c h e llli s try la b o rat o ry a n d in fi r s t se m es te r e n g in ee rin g dr a \\·in g . EI'e n thi s \\·il l not tak e ca re of t h e pro b a bl e e nr o llm e nt.

MSM Well Represented in Election of New Rolla Lions Club Officers r\ t a r ece nt m ee tin g of th e Eo li a Li on s Club, Dr. \ V. T. Sch r e nk, c hairman of t h e C h e mi ca l En g in ee rin g d epa rtm e nt, wa s e lec ted pr es id e nt of t h a t o r g ani zation. R. C. Lan ge '37 of t h e Pow e ll L umb e r C ompa n y \\'as n ame d secon d v ic e pr es id e n t , D r. J. VV. Ba rl ey, p roresso r e m e ritu s o f E n g li s h, wa s re -e lec te d Sec re ta ry, a n d P r of. ./. H. Hu t le r, c h a ir ma ll of th e C il' il E n g in ee rin g d e pa rt m e nt is no\\' tr ea s u r e r. M. E . S uhr e '33 (S uhr e Co n c re t e ) \\" as e lec ted ta ilt \\' is te r. Th ese m e n wi ll b e reg ul a r offi ce rs e ffec ti\'e Jul y I an d fi rst o n th e p r o g ram t h at wi ll fac e the m is th e a nnu a l Li oll:: C lub Ca rni va l t h a t wi ll b e h e ld h e r e o n Jul y 3-4- 5-6.

Military Department Gets New Army Equipment T h e p e r s onn e l o f t he M Sl\I M ilit a ry d e pa r tm e nt ha s so m e n ew e quipm e n t w h ic h rece nt ly a rri\·cd. Th e n ew eq u ipm e nt co n s is ts of se l'e ra l n e w ca ll1ouAa ge n e ts , pa illt s a nd d ecoys to be use d in t h e co ur se or e n g in ee r ca m o uAa g in g . A lso rece il'e d a rc t e n n e w ca rbin e:; , t \\·o 60 mm . m o rt a r s, t\\·o 8 1 mn\. mo r ta r s, a nd a .45 ca l. s u b-machin e g un. Fro m Fort Ll:o na rd \ '\Too d ca m e a com pl e te set of E n g in ee r T ra inin g Ai d s, a nd seve ra l s m a ll sca le m o d e ls of pontoon a nd trest le brid ges . So m of th ese mod e ls a r no\\' asse mb le d in th e military ro om in t h e base m e nt of Pa rk e r Ha ll. Th e c h a r ts a nd mo d e ls wil l be u se d thi s fall in both t h e b as ic :lnd a d va n ce d co ur ses . L ast s prin g , )'1aj. Ri c ha rd son r ece il'ed t h e p r o g ram o utlin ed ro r th e s e cond y ea r ad\'an ce co ur se , a n d h e is no\\' a \\'o it in g a s imil a r p la n fo r t h e fir s t ye ar ach 'a n ce co ur se . F ift ee n n e w applicatio n s fo r t h e ach 'a n ce co ur s e \\'e re r ece i\'c d o n reg is tr at io n da y , a n d fr o m a ll indi ca ti o n s t h e e nr o llm e nt o f t h e ach 'a n ce co ur se wi ll b e a pp roxi mat e h ' thi r ty-fi ve m e n t hi s fa ll. T h e co mm a nd e r o f tli e 11S)'1 batta lio n wa s not pr e pa red to es t im at e th e ex p ec t ed e nr o ll m e n t or th e ba s ic co u rse t hi s fa ll, say in g it d e p e nd e d 0 11 \\' h et h e r t ee n -a ge l' s wi ll b e draft e d o r n ot.

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CAMPUS NEWS MSM Represented at St. Louis Convention A s a part of th e 5-1th a nnu a l m ce tin g of th e Socie ty for th e P r omot ion of En g in ee rin g E du catio n he ld in St. Loui s , Dr. C. V. )'1 a nn s pok c at a pa ne l on coop e ra ti ve e n g in ee rin g e du catio n. Thi s conve ntion ope ne d Jun e 20 an d co ntinu e d th rou g h Jun e 23 und e r th e au s pic s of \I\f a s hin g ton Uni ve rs ity. Mor e t ha n 800 r e prese ntati v es of 200 unil'e r s iti es an d c o ll eges throu g ho ut th e co un t ry at t e nd e d. A se ri es of gc ne ra l scss ion s, lun c he o ns and fo rum s w e r e h e ld in both St. Loui s hot e ls an d o n th e \ I\fas hin g to n ca mp us. Th c m ee tin gs c ov r d a ll p h ases of e n g inee ri n g e ducation a nd in c lud e d for th e fi r s t t im e di sc uss ion s of atomic e n g inee rin g . mon g national fi g ur es att e ndin g we r Dr. Edwa rd C. E llio tt, pr es id c nt- e m c ri t us of Purdu e Uni l'e rs it y, Cha nce ll o r Art hu r H , Compton of \ 'Va s hin g ton G ni ve r s ity a nd hi s br o th e r, D r. K a rl T. Compton, pr es id e nt of =IIIT. Th r ee m e mb e rs of t he fa c ult y o f )'[S )'1 parti c ipate d. D ea n C urti s L , \ Vi ls on wa s chai rman of t he Pro g r am Comm itt ee of t he lIin e ral En g in ee rin g di vi s io n. D ea n \ ,Vil s o n arra n ge d fo r a j oint m ee tin g o f that di v is ion with the E n o' in e e r in g Coll ege R es ea r c h A s o c iation for o ne of t h e scss io ns . Dr. J. Donald Forres t e r took pa r t in a round ta bl e di s c uss ion on "Po s t-w a r Min eral En g in ee rin g C ur ric ul a. " P r of. R Z, \ I\f illi am s \\" a s act ive in th e joint m ee tin g of th e ).J ec hani cs d e partm e nt with th e P hy s ics d e p a r tm e n t, prese ntin g a pap er e n tit le d " Coo perat ion be tween D e partmcnt of .Phy s ics a nd Me c ha ni cs in En g in e e rin g Co ll egc." t he r fa c ulty m c m be r s atte ndin g we r e Prof ss o r s J. B . But le r, H. R Han ley, L. E . S haffe r a nd Frank H. Conrad. H. H . A rm s b y, for ma n y yea r s R egis tr ar at M S M an d nO\I' wit h t he U.S. Offi ce of Education in \ Va s hin g ton, D. C. , se rve d a s Chai rm a n of th e s ec tion d ealin g wit h S ec o nd ary Sc ho o ls.

Faculty Members Appointed to Important Educational Committee Tw o promin e n t m e m be rs of th c Rolla Chapte r, )'1 SPE, D ea n C urti s L. vVi ls o n a nd Prof. E. VI. Ca ri to n, profe ss or of S tru c t ur a l E n g in ee rin a , hav e b ee n notifi ed b y H . P. Ha m mon d , c ha ir ma n of the S ub- committ ee on T e c hni ca l In s titut es of th e En g in ee rs Coun c il fo r P rofess ion a l D e l'e lo pm e nt, of t hci r a p pointmc nt to a r eo' iona l c ommitt e of t he s ub -c omm itt ee o n T e c hn ica l In s t it u t es Il'orkin o- u nd e r th e Committ cc on En g ince rin g Sc hoo ls. Th e purpo se of th ese r egional comm itt es will b e to s t ud y th e t e rminal tec hni cal e du cat ion t hat is co ndu cted on t h e po s t -h ig h s c hoo l le\'e l a nd t hese re g io na l c ommitte es wi ll be r es po ns ibl e fo r th e in vcs ti g ation a nd re v ie w o f c urri c ul a of a ll in s tit uti on s app lyi ng fro m R eg io n 6, w hi c h e mbodi es th at pa r t of Loui s ia na Il'es t of th e 11i ss iss ippi ri ver, a ll of Ok lahoma, Kan s a s, )'1i ss ou r i, A r ka n s as and that part of T exa s ea s t of th e P ec o s ri\"e r.

Magazine Gives Version of Rolla's Naming But We Don't Believe It Th c hi s to ry of th e namin g of th c City of Rolla ha s aga in com c in for na tiona l att e ntion, but thi s tim e \\" c b c li e l' th e s tory s h o uld be tak e n Il' ith a g rai n of s a lt. Th e a s tut e e di to rs of th e Sa turd ay Eve nin g J'0 5t, lo n g co ns id c re d on e of th e world 's g r eat est p ubl ication s, com es o u t t hi s w ee k wit h a s tory in its " R e port to t hc E di tor," c o lu mn, tc ll in g t he s tory b e hind th e namin o- of \'a riou s cit ies a nd to\l' ns in Am ric a . Th ey ca ll th c na min g oi o ur b lov ed c ity " a mi s tak e ." cc ording to l he Sate l' epo s t b oy s, "Rolla" s hould hav e bee n " R a le ig h, " nam ed afte r, norma ll y e nou g h, H a lc ig h, North Ca rolina. cc ordin g to th e a ccount in th e ma g a z in e und e r th c b ylin e of H om e r C roy, Rolla \I'a s s u ppos ed to ha l' bee n naIlled " R a le ig h" aft e r a tr a ns p la n t ed No r t h Carolini a n w ho bragge d con s tant ly o[ hi s natiye city. Th e c ity fat he rs o f t he littl e Mi ss ouri to wn d e c id e d to nam e th e to wn " Ral e ig h, " in all p rob a bili ty an e ffort to s hut u p t h e ex - Ca rolini an. B u t it s eem s th a t Mi s s o uri a n s in tho se day s had a parti c ula rl y bad ha bi t of s pe llin g word s t he way th ey we re p r ono un ced, s o " Ra le ig h" b e came " R o ll a. " A c cordin g to th e ya rn s , th e irat e Sou th e rn e r le ft town a nd was neve r ' e(; n a o-a in. B u t lo ca l amat e ur hi s to ri a ns , who in a ll prob a bili ty kn ow morc a bou t th c a c tual hi s to ry of th e town than do th e ditor s of t he Satu rd ay Ey e nin g Po s t, will a ll y e ll "tain ' t s o ," Accordin g to t he m, t he mo s t lo g ical s tory about th e namin g of Rolla is ti ed in with th e buildin g of th e Fri sco E ai lr oad throu g h t hi s sec tio n. I t see m s that whil e th e railro a d was s lowl y b e in g laid t h rou g h thi s s ectio n of th e north e rn O zark" a ce r tain s t r aw bo ss of th e co n str uc tion ga ng wa s nam e d R o ll a- s pc ll ed R- O -L-L-A. Hi s offi ce wa s t he s t u mp of a g iant t r ee s om e \l' h e re ea s t of th e p r esc n t s it e o[ Rolla , H e p ull ed a 10 0- u p to th e s tump an d bo sse d t h e e nti re connruct ion pro g ram from that o u t d oo r cJ es k. \ I\Torkme n, wh e n faced with a prob lem, ha d th c habi t o[ say in g "Ta ke it to Rolla" .... " T a ke it to R o lla ." Before ve ry lon g "Ro ll a " b ecame sy non ymo us with thi s section of th e co un try, a n d \I he n til e town s pran g up h e r e as t he rai lr oad w c nt throu g h th e a rea, it wa s nat ur a ll y na m d "Rolla ." T hat' s th e hi s torian s' s tory a nd t hey wi ll s tick wit h it. A nd may b e it's b Eca usc it ha s a bit of th e rom a nti c touch, a nd :1t t he same tim e s o und s a littl e mo r e lo g ica l, but we lik e it a litt le be tt e r too, evc n thou g h th e mi g ht y Sat urd ay En; nin g Pos t think s diffe re ntl y. B es id es , th e r e 's no "mi s tak e" c onn cc te d with our s tory.

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Sin ce )un Ear l J Randolph ha s b ee n hea d libr a ri a n, s ucc e di ng Gi l Ca mp be ll who res ig ned la s t Apri l to tak e a po s ition in Sa nt a F e, ~. M ex., with th e Sc ie ntifi c Li brafl', )'Ir . R a ndolph is not a s tran ge r in th es part s a s h e s n 'e d ~ s ref e re nce librarian h e r e a t 11 S M from 1939 unti l 19-11. H e \I'a s a n rtss is tant for a tim e at th e 1 a )' ton P ubl ic L ibrar,' A m emb e r of th e U . . A rm )' for t hr e e y ean;, h e, until 1 c cen tl y, he ld th e po s ition of r ef r e nce libra rian at Geor g ia T e c h. :'1r. R ando lph r e ce ived hi s librafl' d eg r c from th e " C n il'c rs ity of )'1i c h iga n in 19-15,

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NEWS OF THE SERVICES Col. Theedore C. Gerber Honored fer Preventing Loss of Life and Property in the M anufacture and Handling of War Materiel

Sgt. Whitfield A warded Legion of Merit

Ma s t e r Se r gea nt 'Whitfi e ld, who a rri ve d home after 21 month s' se n -ice in th e Europ ea n, and also th e Pac ifi c, th eat e r of wa r, wa s pr ese nt ed th e Legion of M e rit for m e ri toriou s From: lIIaj. Goff Smith, Public Relation s Offic e r, C hi cago se rvi ce duri n g th e pe riod of Nov. 28, 1944 to :Ma y 1, 19-t.'i, Ordnance Di s tri ct, 38 S. Dearborn tr ee t, Chicago 3, Illinoi s while attached to th e Third A r my in Europ e. Sg t. V"hit. fi e ld, th e only man from th is community to r ece ive th e Th e Le g ion of M e rit ha s been L eg ion of M e ri t, th e Army 's third hi g hes t awar d, is th e s on a ward e d by t he 'vVar Departof Mr. and l1rs. W. H . \Vhitfi e ld. Th e c it ation fo ll ow s : l1l e nt to Co l.Th eodo re C. Gerber Citation for Le gion of Merit for hi s ex t raordinar y record in " :-raste r Sergea n t \ ,v illi s M. vVhitfi e ld (th e n Technica l p r c" e ntin g lo ss of li fe, property Se r gea n t) (A.S.N. 36751-1-06) Co r ps of En g in ee r s, U nit e d an d war mat e ri e l in the manuStates A rm y , for exce ptio na l m e ritoriou s conduct in th e h c tu re of e xplo s ives while he p e rformanc e of out s tandin g se rvi ces , a s R eg im e nt a l St ru c wa s fi e ld dire ctor of a mmunilural D raft s man, H ea dquart e r s a nd Se r v ice Company tion plant s at S t. Loui s , and 130lst Engi nee r s Gene ra l Se r v ice R eg im e nt, E urop ea n c hi ef of th e Safety a nd Secu rit y T heate r of Opera tion s, from 28 Novem b e r 19-1--1- to 1 May Di"i s ion, O rdnan ce D e pt., wit h 19-1-S, Ma s t e r Se r gea nt VV hitfi e ld 'ave proof of exce ptional hea dqu a rt e rs in C hi cago. Pres in ge nuity a nd profess ional accomp lis hm e nt in d es ig nin g a nd e ntClti on of th e l. eg ion of Me ri t d e" e lopin g a v;; ry s uccessf ul and p ractica l e lec tro-m ag ne ti c ll1 edal a nd c it a tion wa s made by d e,-ice for sw ee pin g hi g hw'ay s and oth e r area s fr ee of tir eCo l. .I o e l G. Holm es , C hief of d es troyin g nail s a nd s h e ll fr agme nt s . Th e p rodu c t of hi s the C hi ca g o O rdnan ce Di s trict, 1Il,-e nti,-e ge niu s wa s put to seve re tes t s, f rom which it at ce re moni es in Col. Holm es' e m e r ge d s o sat isfac torily that it wa s g ive n th e offi c ial s tamp office. Th e citation r ec it es that Photo by U.S. Army Signal Corps of ap pro va l a nd a dditional numb e r s ordered. By s uch di s th e safety r ec o rd of Gov e rnment -own ed ex p lo s iv es in s tallatin g ui s hed contribution s a s hi s, pro g r ess of th e ,va r has b ee n tion s und e r Co l. Ge rb e r 's s up e rvi s ion was " th e b es t for all manufacturin g indu s tri es in th e U ni ted States," and, it add - d ec id e d ly s pee d ed up, and to Ma s t e r Se r ge ant \,vhitfi eld ed, " hi s s pl e ndid pe rformanc e of duty wa s an important illu s t b e attri bute d th e hi g h es t commendation. E nt e r ed militar y se rvi ce from Illinoi s." factor in th e maint e nanc e of a continuo us flow of explo s i\' es Th e A rm y' s hi g h award for outs tandin g se n 'ice was and ammunit ion to al l com bat zon es , and a rea l contribution g rant ed S g t. vVhitfi e ld whi le he wa s s till in Europ e, but h e to th e Successful pro sec ution of th e war." wa s not awar e of it un til, when in Manila, h e r ece ive d notic e Co l. Gerb e r is a g rad uate of McKi nl e y lIIanual Trainin g Hi g h Sc hool , \ Va s hin g ton, D.C. , and of th e Univ e r s ity of of th e awa rd. Sgt . W hit field, a -raduat e of th e Mi ss ouri Sc h oo l of Mi n es, Mi ss o uri Sc ho o l of Min es, Rolla, :Mo. ( 1928). H e e nt e re d th e Rolla, Mo., e nt e r e d se rvic e in Jun e of 1943, a few mo nth s Army in 1917 a s a s econd li e u tenant, En g ineer R ese ry es, but aft e r hi s g raduation. H e se rv ed s ixtee n month s in E urop e, se r ve d in th e infantry dur in g vVorid \Var 1. In 1920 he tran s fe rr e d to Ordnance and wa s e ng a ge d chi efl y as a s pe- ha s fo ur ba ttl e s tar s on hi s ETO ribbon, and af te r th e e nd of t h e E urop e? n war, th e 130l s t E n g in ee r s Re g im e nt , of which c iali s t in th e manufactur e of exp lo s iv es and h ea vy ammuni he wa s a part, s ail e d d ir e ct ly to th e Pac ific, from M arse ill es, tion. H e wa s Division Ordnance Officer of th e Phi lippine s Franc e, la ndin g at Batanga s, Phi li ppine I s land s. H e wa s Divi s ion in 1929 und e r Ge n. MacArthur. H e terminat ed hi s th e n s tation e d at M a nila until th e ear ly part of D ece m b e r se r v ice a s s afe ty c hi ef in A ug us t 1945 and re s ig n ed f rom the 19-1-.1 , a n-i n d at Lo s An ge les, Calif., D e c emb e r 19, rece ived AmlY to acc e pt an ex ec utiv e po s ition in Ce rtain-Fee d Prodhi s di s cha r ge at J e ff e r s on Barra c ks D e ce mb er 28 a nd is now uct s Co., Chica g o. - Bu n ker Hill Ga~ette- News. T h o se att e ndin g th e prese ntation ce r emoni es in th e C hi- at hi s hom e in Bunk !': r Hi ll, III. cago O rdn anc e Di s tri c t office April 2.'i inc lud ed Col. Rife Steven M. Molloy '3 2 Awarded Legicn of Merit and Co l. Kland e rm an of the Joli et Ar se nal , Co l. Hob e rt 1. Forme rly a cap tain in th e arm y, and now an e mp loyee of Rando lph (Ret.) , Deputy C hi ef of th e Chicago Di s trict, and t he u .S. Bureau of :-lin es h e r e in Ro ll a, Steve n M. Mo ll oy Don Compto n, D e puty Directo r of th e Safety and Sec urit,¡ wa s th e r ec ipi e nt of th e .Arm y's c ov e t e d L eo- ion of l'vIe ri t Di vis ion, C hica g o ar ea . award a t a s pecia l ce re mony l\f ay 17. T he pre~e nt a tion wa s Co l. Gerber ha s a s on and a s on-in-law in th e Nan' : Lt. ma d e by C. Tra"i s A nd e rs on , di r ec tor of th e M e ta llur g ical COI11. 1'. E. G e rb e r s tation ed at Bosto n, and Lt. COI11.- R. E. branch of th e Bur ea u o f Min es. C urti s, s tation e d in S hanghai. Hi s mother, Mrs . :-I a tilda T he awa rd came for what th e A rmy term ed "ex traordiGe rb e r, r es id es at 1229 N . Quincy s tr ee t, Arlin g ton, Ya. Th e nary fid e li ty a nd e ffi c ie ncy and a m ea s ur e of a bilit y and c itation accompa n y in g th e L eg ion of M e rit award e d Col. in o'e nuity con s pi c uo us ly abov e and bey on d th e us ua l" Ge r be r read s in full: Th e ord e r g i"in g rh e meda l ex plain e d t hat Mol loy con"Co l. Th eodore G. Ge rb e r, 07299, Ordnanc e D e partm e nt , du c t ed resea r c h whi c h pro\'e d to be of g r eat va lu e to fi o-ht e r Army of th e U nit ed Stat es, r e!ld e r ed out s tandin g se n 'ic e as a"iation durin g th e pe ri od from J a n. 1, 19-1-3, to Jan. 31,"i9-1-.'i. C hi ef, Safety and Sec urit y Divi s ion , O rdnan ce D e partm e nt , In co lla boration w ith a noth e r offi ce r, he ori g in ate d a nd durin g th e pe riod 4 D ece mber 19-1-3 to 20 Au g us t 19-1-.'i . Hi s d e" e lop e d th e c Un-e of purs uit s t udi es and co ntinu ed r e org anizat ion wa s c har ge d with th e crit ic a l mi ss ion of kee ps ea rc h throu g hout th e pe riod .. Data thu s obtain e d co ns tiin g to an ab s o lu t e m inimum th e lo ss of life, prop e rty and tut e d th e ba s is for mu c h o f th e know le d ge of fi g ht e r g unn e ry wa r mat e ri e l, in addition to th e p r eve ntion of int e rruption s tec hnICjl! es. H e a ls o aid ed in th e ori g ination and d eve lopin vital produ c tion fa ci liti es manufact urin g amm uniti o n and m e nt of th e '\"ln g lin e method of rock e t firin g a nd di ve e xp losives . Th e hi g h d eg ree of s uccess wit h \yhich thi s mi sbombing which mad e po ss ibl e mor e e ffi cie nt and s tandards ion wa s accomp li s h ed was r efl ec t ed in th e safe ty r ec ord of ize d train in g a nd contribut ed increase d accura cv to combat th e Go ve rnm e nt-own e d e xp lo s i,-es in s ta llation s und e r Col. ta c ti cs . Ge rb e r's s up e r vi s ion. T hi s r eco rd wa s the b est for all manufact urin g indu s tri es in th e U ni ted State s. H e e ff ec ti ve lv met maint e na nc e of a co n ti nu o u, flow of e xp lo s iv es and a mlllunieve ry c hallenge p r ese nt e d by th e introdu c tion o f pO \;'e rful li o n to a ll co mb at zon es, and a r ea l co ntribution to th e s uc ne w exp los ives com bination s and p rop e llant powd e rs. Hi s cess ful pro sec uti on of th e war. Co l. Ge rb e r 's d e"otion to s plendid pe rform a nce of dut y wa s a n important fac tor in th e duty w as in th e hi g hes t tradit ion of th e l\Iilit ary Se n ¡ic e. "

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William M. Thayer '42 Back in States Thi s le tt e r wa s w ritt e n by \ ,yi lli am M. Thay e r w hil e h e was s till " loafin g " at hi s hom e in Gr ee nfi e ld, Ma ss., durin g hi s t e rmin a l lea ,-e . Since th e n w e h av e learn ed that Bill h as join e d th e s taff of th e Ame rican Z inc Com p a ny at Ma scot, T en n. " E nclo se d p lease fi nd m y du es fo r t h e c urr e nt yea r. I ' m a bit la te in se ndin g th e du es I k n ow. I a rri ve d in t h e U nit e d S tat es from Ko rea last mo nth an d wa s se pa r ate d £rom th e se n -ice at Camp B eal e, Ca l. Am o n t e rminal le av e un t il 18 Jul y and at p r ese nt I a m v is itin g m y par e nt s in G r ee n fie ld . My p la n s fo r t h e f u t ur e a re ind e fi nit e but w ill proba bl y b e in Rolla s oon to see if t h e re is a n y lea d s a s to e mp loy m e n t th e r e. O n my wa y h om e 1 stopp e d in E din a , lvIo. , a nd s p e nt a fe w day s w ith J ack \ ,y itt, one of m y fri e nd s of th e c la ss of 19-12. I ce rt a inl y hop e t h at th e f\ ss ociatio n r eac h es it s goa l of 2000. "

Lt. Robert E. M urphy '44 in the City of Wine, Women and Infla ti on T hi s is a let t e r r eee i,-e d in ea rl y ilIa y f ro m Ho b Murphy, dat e d 30 Ap ril 19-16 f r om S ha n g ha i, C hin a. "A fe w clay s a g o I r ece ive d th e '.MS rvI A lu m nu s' for Decem b e r a nd J a nu a r y. Mail se n -ice is g oo d as yo u ca n r ead il y see . I wo uld ve ry mu ch like to r ec e ive th e iss u es I ' ve mi sse d to dat e. In th e iss u e I did r e ce ive, I no tice d an a rti c le t ha t on ly ' Paid 'Mem b e r s' wou ld r e ce iv e f utur e iss u es of th e 'A lulllnu s .' I am e n c lo s in g F i,-e Do ll a r s ($5.00) h opin g thi s is t h e n ee d ed amo un t to mak e me a paid m e mb e r. If thi s is in s uffi c ie n t, pl ea se no t ify m e of t h e amo un t n ece ss a ry . " I am s t ill in S han g h a i, C hina, th e c ity of wi n e , ,,'om e n, and inflation. Pri c es are s o much e nlar ge d t h at mo s t GI s fi nd it im po ss ibl e to cop e with t h e s·it uat ion. _-\ s te a k can co s t a s hi g h a s t e n dolla r s, a poorly c o n st ru cte d pa ir of s ho es co s t a bout e ig ht ee n or twe nt y dollar s, a ,y eak s hot of s cotc h ru n s a b o ut o n e ::llld a half doll a r s. But lif e is p r e tty easy h e r e aft e l· th e int e ri o r of t hi s c ountry. " I e " p ec t to b e di sc har ge d s om e tim e in A u g u s t or Septemb e r. From the 'A lumnu s,' I im a g in e 1 lI·ill b e on e of th e la s t to b e se parat e d f rom t h e S e r v ice . I ha,-e a n e w addr ess now that C hina th eate r h ea dquart e r s is clo s in g . I t is : Lt. Rob e rt E. ~Iurph y 0-55 1078, C hina Se n ·ice C omm a nd , S ig nal Section, A P O 907, cl o Pos tm a s t e r, San F ranci s co, Ca L"

Robert M . Dunham '42 on Terminal Leave VVhil e ; tat ion ed in Br e m e rt on, \ ,yas hin g to n, L t. ( j g ) Rob e rt ".\1. D unh am IIT ot e a bout hi s futur e p la n s. \A/e q u ote t h is let t e r in pa rt: "I e "p ec t to b e r e le a se d f rom act iv e du ty in t h e Na ,·y about ".\La y 1-", a nd t hi s s umm e r I pl an to e nt e r th e U ni v e r s it y of T e"a s for g ra du ate s tudy in p e tr o le u m proc ess in g and te c hn o lo g y I h op e to b e in R o ll a s ometim e in th e s pri n g to yi s it my broth e r Ro y, a nd hi s wif e, h e b e in g a n "'\I.E. s ophomore a t p r ese nt. ( H e ,,-a s in It a ly wit h Jim K ., I b e li e ,-e.) I am pr ese nt ly o n dut y at H e adq ua rt e rs , T h irt ee n t h ~a va l Di s t ri c t, Se attle, in t h e S hip D emobili zat ion O ffi ce . I h an dl e op e r at ion s a nd li ai s o n fo r s ma ll s hip s comin g h e re to b e d e mo b ilize d . 1 t" s g ood duty but a t h ankl ess j ob. I ran acro ss Hill Hill '-+2 in a n A K and Bob \ V ray (e ,,-'-+ 5 I b e li eYe ) in on i1

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Class of '42, No w Listed as Killed Wo rd ha s b ee n r ece ive d t h at FlO J o hn L. Za g ata is now li s t e d a s kill ed. Johnn y wa s fir s t pi lot of a C-..(6 Commando A ir c r aft o n a n op e rat io n a l Ri g h t from Tac lo ban, Leyte , Philippin e I s la nd s, to Fin s c h av e n , New G ui n ea, on Oct. 10, 19-15. Th e la s t r a dio contact w ith Fl O Za g ata an d hi s c rew wa s ov e r Sai dor, Ne w G uin ea, a t 7:3-1 p.m. fort y mi nu tes f rom Fin s c h av e n . I n cle m e nt wea the r ca u se d t h em to lose t h e ir way . Squ ad r o n m e mb e r s re p o r t t h at th e s hi p c ras h ed into a n 11000 ft mo un tain s o u thw es t of Saido r bu t n o o ffi cia l word h a's b eet~ r ece iv ed from th e 'vVa r D e pa r tm e n t. Jo hnn y g ra du at ed wit h t h e c lass of 1942 in ".\I ec h a n ical Eng in ee rin g . A ft e r g r a du atio n h e w as e mpl oye d by T e n n es see C oa l and Iron in Birmin g h am, A la ., an d later with T e nn essee Va ll ey A uthorit y b e fore h e e nli s te d in th e 1\ rm y Air C o r ps in A pril of 1943. H e r ece ive d hi s win gs on Se pt. 8, 19-+-1 an d went o ve r sea s in Octo b e r of 1944. \ I\fhi lc ol"C:rseas h e ,~a s w ith t h e 6th Tro op Ca rri e r S quadron s tation ed fir st o n B ia k , Ne th e r la nd s Ea s t I ndi es, a nd th e n moye d u p to Tacloban, Ley te, Philippin e I s la n d s. J o hnn y wa s a me mb e r of S ig ma P i, A lph a Phi Ome ga, A m e ri ca n Soc ie t y fo r lvI e c h a ni ca l E n g in ee r s and se r ve d o n t h e :Mi n e r Boa rd. H e a ls o or g ani ze d t h e St ud ent T ax i Ca b C ompa n y of Roll a w hil e a s t ud e nt on th e CampL! S. Johnn y' s broth er, Jo se ph , fo rm e r s tud e n t at ".\,1S;'vI, w a" kill e d in th e battl e fo r S ic il y on Ju ly 10, 1945, ,,-hil e se r vin g as a li e ut e n a nt in th e Ran ge r Batta lio n . S ur v ivin g Jo h n a r c hi s pa r e nt s , Mr. a nd ".\,I rs. J o se ph Za g ata of Roch este r, N .Y., a n d hi s w ife, th e form e r L u c il le Ri ege of Roll a, w ho work s fo r M r. Hubb a r d in the Rcg ist r a r ' S 0 ffic e .

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Lt. Frank Malik '3 2 Killed in the Philippines lst L ie u!. Frank J o se ph i'vI a li k wa s kill ed in ac tion on Se pte mb e r 19-+5, at L u zo n in t h e Ph ilip p in es , acco rdin g to wo rd r e c e iv ed f r om hi s s is t e r. Frank att c nd ed hi g h s c ho ol in E ly ri a , O hio , b ef o r e com in g to iV1Slvi. D uri n g hi s sc ho ol yea rs h e e"ce lle d in s port s and g a in ed a fin e r e putation as a foot ball pla y e r a nd wo n m a ny awa rd s. H e capta in e d th e team in hi s se nior yea r, wa s se le cte d on t h e Mi ss ouri a ll -s ta r t eam a nd r ece ive d honor a bl e m e ntion fo r a po s itio n o n th c A ll- Ame ric a n tea m of 193 2. \ V hil e o n ca mpu s, Frank wa s a m e mb e r of Quo Va di s , Th e ta Ta u a nd P ro s p e cto r Aft e r r ece iyin g h is d g r ee in C iv il E n g in ee rin g in 1932, It e accept ed a po s iti o n w ith th e \ l\Ia r D epartm e n t. H e s p e n t ap proxim a t e ly e ig h t y e a rs a lo n g th e Mi ss iss ip pi ri ve r e ng a ge d in flood c ontro l a nd leve e co n st ru ct ion . At liti s t im e h e m a rri e d .Mi ss K at hl ee n \I\fodick o f O m a ha, :\ eb. \ Vh e n t h e thr ea t of wa r b eca m e immi n e nt , h e wa s t ra ll sfer r e d t o th e d e partm e nt fo r d es ig nin g ai rport s in th e Middl e 'vVes t. H e wa s c ommi ss io n e d a n offi ce r in t h e A r m y a nd was a ss ig n ed to t h e :M e di ea l C o rp s to h ea d a De tac hm e nt fo r Mala r ia C ont r o l. Fra nk r ece ive d h is m e di ca l and la b o rator y trai n in g at Ca rli s le M e di ca l Ba rr ac k s in Pen n sy lva nia and a t L e tt e rm a n Ge n e ra l H o s pita l in Sa n F ra n c isc o, Ca l. Hi s unit wa s forme d at Ca mp Gra nt , III., in Se pt e mb e r 19-1-1. T h e m e m b e r s of hi s uni t w e r e se n t to Ne w G uin ea a nd s tation ed n ea r H o la ndi a . H e wa s lat er t ran s fe rr ed to Lu zo n in t h e P hil ippin es w h e r e h e m e t hi s d eath by drownin g . T h e R ev. J B. B e rn a din e, ba se c h a plain , wrot e to hi s fa mil y, " It wa s not my pri v il ege to know him, bu t hi s fri e nd s :lI11o n g t h e o ffi ce rs a nd th e m e n of hi s d e tac h m e nt s pok e of h im wi th hi g h p ra ise an d ge nuin e affe c tion . T h ave h ear d mll c h pr a ise of th e ma n y nn e thin gs w hi c h h e did for indi v idu a l mem b e r s of hi s o ut fit. I kn ow what hi s lo ss mu s t m ean to yO ll .. .. , .. . . ·,

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V is itin g " Fire m e n" w e r e num e ro us at th e r eg ul a r bim o nthl y lunch eo n of th e N e w York g roup, h e ld at t h e Minin g C lub, N e w York C ity, o n T hur s da y, Jun e 6. Th e a dvan ce d a nn ounce m e n t that s om e of t h e v is itors w e re to b e pr ese nt brou g ht o u t tw e nt y -three, th e la r ges t att e ndan ce s in ce th e luncheon s we re s tart ed in Sept e mb e r 19-1--1-. Tho se from afar w e r e G. S. ' N y m a n '22, C huqui camata, C hil e ; H. E. Zo ll e r '23, \ IVichita, Kan.; \ ,y. H. P ow e ll '01, St. Ja m es , 11'10. ; John ~1. Sc human ' 16, Rolla, Mo.; andZn d Lt. John i\1. Sc hu man J r. , who had ju s t g rad uat ed two day s pr e vio us ly from th e Mi litary Acad e my at \ 'Ves t Point. T h e ot h e r s pr ese n t w e re Law r e nc e May 'OZ, E. E. Squi e r ex-'OS, Pa ul R. Cook '07, Ge o r ge A. Eas ley '09, O. D. N ea l ' 1-1-, E . R. N ee d les ' 1-1-, Jam es L. H ead ' 16, H. J. T ea s ' 17, 1II. S . Bado llct 'Z I , G e or ge Barnw e ll e x -'2Z, R. O. Day 'Z.1, E. A. C ra wford 'Z9, Ba s il N. O S!1lin e x-'36, Art. L. McClanah a n '37, H. C. Mill e r '39, T . B. G e tty s '-1--1- , L um a n Lon g a nd A / S Jo h n L. H e ad. Th e latt e r, who is Bab e H ead 's s on, rece nt ly pa sse d th e e ntra n c e exam ination for th e Na\'al A cad e my at An n apoli s , and ha s b ee n o rd e r e d to r e port on Jun e 10. B c s id es th e \"i s itor s it wa s th e fir s t app eara n c e for O s min , M cC la nahall, Mi ll e r and G e t ty s . Th e bi-m o nth ly lun c h eo n of th e Ne w Yo rk g roup h a s b ecom c s uch an es tabli s h e d fact th a t it may b e d es irabl e to put it on a mont hl y b as is. Fift y -four diffe rent Min e r s hav e par ticipat ed. Th e n ex t lun c h e on is to b e h e ld in A ug u s t. i\Ior e important, h ow e ve r, is th e A lum n i dinn e r p lan n ed for Monday, Se pt. 16, a s a n a djun ct to th e 75th A nniv e r sa ry Ce le bration of th e fo undin g o f th e Am e rican In s titut e of i\Iinin g and ~I e tallur g i ca l E n g in ee r s. The Ne w Yo rk g roup hop es th e n to m ee t m a ny v is itin g M S i\I m e n , th e ir wi\'es and fri e nd s , A dditional d e tail s wi ll b e announ ce d lat e r.

By BARNEY NUDELMAN, Chairman

Lt. (jg) Warren L. Larson '44 W rites of Future Plans Lt. ( j g ) \,yan- e n L. Lars on w r it es from 17 M a rlb oro s tr ee t, Bos ton 16, Ma ss., that h e p lan s to att e nd i\I I T aft e r hi s r e lea s" from th e nav y thi s s umm e r. " Enclo se d ar e my $S du es for th e ye ar of 19-1-6; h e r e 's ho pin g that y o u re ac h t h e goa l of ZOOO m e mb e r s in th e Ass ociation a s it wi ll m ean a lot to th e s c h oo l to h a\' e th e ir a lumni a c tive in a ll part s of t he cou ntry . "1 hav e b ee n s tation ed h e r e at th e Bo s ton N a\'y Yard for 10 month s a s an a ss is to nt S ho p s up e rint e nd e nt, liai son offce r fo r th e Foundr y , Forge S h op, Patte rn S hop , i\ I e tallurg ical and C h e mical Labo ratori es . Thi s po s ition ha s e n a bl e d m e to b ec om e fami lia r w ith fou ndry t e chniq u es and to at te nd seve ral found ry confe r e n ces at va ri ous Ea s t C o as t N a va l A c ti v it ies . " Aft e r my r elea se to in ac tiv e duty thi s s umm e r, I int e nd to tak e a month of vacatio n in Mi ss ouri. Th e n in S e pt e mb e r 1 s h a ll r e turn to s c h ool at th e M ass ach u se tt s In s titut e of T ec hn o lo gy for a ma s te r 's d eg r ee in th e fi e ld of ll1 e tallur g ~­ wh ic h s h o uld tak e two t e rm s to obtain. "

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\\' e rc par ic ular ly g lad to h e a r t h e exp r ess ion s of int e res t in th e A lum ni A ss oci a t ion from eve ryo n e . P lan s we r e di s cu sse d fo r a barb e cu e or a b e a c h party in th e e a rl y fa ll a nd L eo na r d Spie rs wa s a ppoint ed C hair m an of th e C omm itt ee to mak e t h e n e cess a ry a rr a n ge m e nt s. T h o se p r ese nt \\'e re : :\1 1'. a nd Mr s. C. H. Sc hmit z ; i\Ir. a nd :\Irs. D. E. Huffman Jr.; :\11'. and i\Irs. Barn ey N ud e lman; :\[1'. and Mr s. John P. Ra s o r ; ·M r. and Mr s. E. R. B rown ; i\Ir. a nd Mr s. J. Y. H edd e ll ; :\11'. \V. E. Donald s on; i\Ir. A . 1' , TO\\'e ll; M r. Wi ll ia m M. Rod ge r s ; Mr. H e rb e rt H . So es t ; :\Ir. P. E. Coa s k e ; :\11'5. J ess ie Bo ye r ; Mr. and Mr s. N . i\1. Law re nc e ; Mr. and l[rs , C lar e n ce "Vood s ; Mr s. Eva H . G ree n e; M r. L. C. Sp ie rs ; i\Ir. Lin coln Sa n d e r s ; Mr. O. R Se lf; M r. A . L. M cRa e ; i\Ir. K. A. A ll e ba c h ; Mr. Ed g ar C. Lon g ; Mr. A . K e ith Cook .

Tri·State Area Reorganizes Printe d b e low is a le tt e r from Rob e rt E. Illid ge 'ZI to Pres id e nt Fre d S c hn ee b e rge r r e ga rd in g p ro g r ess from th e Tri- S tat e Alum ni c hapt e r. , 1'I ea se d b e ach-i sc d that on A p r il Z6, 19-1-6, a g r oup of :\li s s ouri Sc hoo l of :\Iin es m e n , g raduat es a nd e x 's , m e t in Joplin a nd r eo r g aniz ed th e T r i- S tat e A lumni c h ap t e r of o u r sc hool. T\\' e nt y-two m e n w e re a t th a t m ee tin g . Th e followin g o ffce rs w e r e e le ct e d: C nairm an R. E. Illid ge V ice C h airm a n ....... , ,. Booke r Ru c k e r .I r. Se cre ta ry-Trea s ur e r . ..... , .. . M. H. T h ornberry It p lea ses m e \'e ry mu c h to inform you that thi s m ee tin g \I-ould n e \' e r h a\-e b ee n h e ld, nor would it hay e b ee n th e hu ge s uccess that it wa s, w e r e it not for th e e ffort s o f Thorny. Expr ess ion s fro m p ra cti ca ll y e \- e ry on e p r ese nt ga \'e unmi s takabl e ev id e n ce that \\'e s hould contin ue \\' ith t h e id eal s and obj e cti\' es that w c r e e nun c iat e d that e \·e nin g . Thor ny led th e band \\'agon and a ll climb ed a b oard . Thorn y s u gges t ed that w e ha\-e anoth e r m ee tin g ri g ht away. P e rhap s that m ea n s not in ./un e but probab ly in July. C ou ld it b e p0 3s iblc for yo u to m ee t w ith us in lul l" It w o uld b e mo s t op portu;l e -ri g ht now, w e b e li e\" e, to -ha\:e our n e \\' ly o r g aniz ed C hapt e r ha\'e it s N ational Pr es id e nt \\' ith us at that tim e. l.f t hi s m o nth is not conv e ni e nt for you , p lea se adv ise Thern y wh c n y o u wo ul d b e a v a il abl e, Hi s addr ess is 3] Z E . 17 th s tr ee t, Joplin, :Mo.

Maj . E. Ross Housholder '18 Back to Civilian Life i\I a j. E . Ro ss Hou s h old e r h a s b ee n di s ch a r ge d from milita ry sc n -ice aft e r 30 yea rs of se n ' ice in t h e U nit ed S tat es a nd in 10 fo r e ig n count ri es, Ro ss se n 'e d a s a s taff o ffi ce r in S H AE F wh ich wa s G e n. Ei se nhow e r 's s upr e m e h e adquarte rs. H e se n 'e d a s a mm uniti on s up pl y offce r dir ec tin g and s up c n ' is in g th e a cti\-iti es of p e r s o nn e l e n g a ge d in th e r ece ipt, sto rage and c la ss ifi ca ti on and di s t r ibution of amm uniti on . H e a ls o se n 'e d a s or ga ni za tion co n trol off ce r , s t a ti s ti c ian and c hi e f of e n g in ee rs a s s taff offce r in which h e s u p e n ' ise d t h e p roduction of m e talli c and non-m e talli c minin '" in th ~ E ur op ea n th e at e r of op e rat ion s fo r fo ur month s. " Ro ss is a g a in op e ratin g hi s p ro fess io nal millinc:' a nrl c i\' il e n g in ee r in g o ff ce at -1-Z9 E. S p rin g , Kin g man, 'A ri z. Hi s a ddr ess is Box 108Z, Kin g man, Ariz.

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NATIONAL SOCIETY NEWS Panel of Experts Discuss Control of Atomic Energy

AS ME Holds First Summer Meeting

U nd e r t he s pon sors h ip of th e Rolla Chapt e r of th e Mi ss o ur i S o c ie ty of Profess iona l E n g in ee r s an d th e S oc ie ty of S ig ma Xi , a p ubli c for um and pa ne l, con s is tin g of a g roup of ex pe rt s, wa s held at I a rk e r Hall r ece ntl y . T he s ubj ct und e r di sc uss ion wa s " Int e rnational Control of Atomic E ne r g y. " Thi s ty pe of di s c uss io n is b ein g h Id throu g ho ut th e U ni te d Sta tes at t he r equ es t of th e State D ep artm e n t fo r t he State D e partme nt wa li t s t he Am e rican c it ize n to gain som e fa mi lia rit y w ith th e p ro bl e m t hat confronts th e world. Ro ll a's g roup of e xp e rt s, inc lud in g se, ·e ral sc ie nti s ts who w e re e n ga ge d in atom ic r esearch a nd w h o co n trib ut d to t h e p rodu c tio n of th e fi rs t ato mi c bom bs, sa id t ha t thi s nation s ho ul d not b e led into t akin g a c tion a s it ha s d o ne in pa s t hi s to ry-that is , g iv e a wa y it s ha r d- ea rn ed sec r e ts a nd a t t he sam e tim e ri s k t h e c ha nc e o f le ttin g t he atomi c sec re t fall into hand s of pe rs on s who wo uld not use it for pea cefu l p u rpo ses. Includ ed in th e loca l g roup of e xp e rt s w er e C. T r av is A nd e r son, C h ie f of t h e M e tall ur g ica l Di vis ion of t h e U . S . B ur ea u of ·Min es h e re, a nd on e of th e o ri g in a l resea r c h ex p e r ts in th e atomi c fi eld ; D r. YV. T. Schre nk , Chairma n of t he Ch e mical En g in ee r in g D e partm e nt of th e Sc ho o l of Min es , a nd a no th e r o ut s tandin g s ci e nti s t who has mad e la r ge cO lltributi o n s to a tom resear c h ; S . H. Lloyd, of th e eco no mic s taff of M ]"1 , a nd a r cco g ni ze d ex pe rt in the fi e ld of nationa l eco nom ics ; Dr. Curti s L. \ !\Til so n, D ea n of th e S c h oo l o f ·Mines, w ho is not onl y a r e nown ed m et a llur g is t a nd sc ie nti s t but a s t ud e nt of for e ign affa irs a s w ell; and E dward '0/. S ow e r s, P ubli s he r o f t he Roll a Dai ly N e ws, wid ely know n Mi ss o uri n ew s pap e r p ubli s h e r. A nd e r son and Sc hr e nk w e re th e fir s t s pea ke r s o n t h e pan e l a nd to ld th e g rou p of the variou s tec hni cal ph a s es of th e bomb p r od uctio n. T he two m e n w e r e both s ec r e tl y bu s y on t he important r esea r c h durin g th e war. A nd e r s o n w e n t in to a de tai led di sc uss ion of t h e yar io us ores from which th e vita l ura n ium ca n be extract ed. Sc hr e nk too k up w he r e Ande rs o n le ft off, a nd des cri b ed th e e xt ra c t ion of t h e yital mat e ri al from it s nati \"e form into a fo rm wh e r e it can be use d. A ft e r ge ttin g a clea r an d s imp li fi ed picture of t he atolnic resea rc h an d p rod uct ion from th e two tec hni ca l e xp e rt s, a di sc uss io n of th e po li tica l a nd econom ic qu es tion ma rk s ra ise d by th e ne w sc ie ntifi c fi eldll"as tak e n u p. Lloy d to ld of t he s triking eco n omi c c han ges t hat may b e necess a ry in th e wo rld aft e r th e n e w field actua ll y hit s it s s t r id e. It is in e \"e ryday life, Llo y d be lieve s, t ha t t he co ntrol of atom ic e n e r g y will hav e it s g reat es t e ffect on a ll pe r son s. H e d es cri bed in de tai l th e effect thi s ne w e ne r gy ma y ha,"e o n bi g indu s trial g iants of th e nation, of h ow it may comp le te ly c han ge o ur e ntir e economi c th eory "

A lar ge numb e r of l\II ec ha nica l s tud e nt s a tt e nd d th e op e nin g m ee tin g of th e S tu de nt Bran c h of the ASME on T hursda y eye nin g , Jun e 20.

Wh n thi s ne ll" f\t o mi c A ge will become a fact, L loyd would not pre di ct, but h e a dd ed that he b elieve d that to da y' s s c h oo l c hildr e n - " tho se in g rad e sc hoo l no w ·'- s h o uld "be ta ug ht how to use th e ir le is ur e t im e. " For t hey a r e lik ely to hay ple nty of it, " h e said. Th e R e,". Ra lph Hi c ks, pa s tor of th e Ro ll a M e t hodi s t C hur c h a nd p r es id e n t of th e Rolla l\Iini s t e rial A ll ia nce, to ld t he for ulll that th e dev elopm e nt of th e atomic bomb and th e harn ess in g of atom ic e n e r g y clearl y indicated that th e sci e ntifi c de \"e lo pm e nt of th e wor ld wa s far a h ead of th e wo rl d 's mor a l and s pi ri t ua l de velopm e nt, and that w e, a s a peop le, mu s t " ca t c h up " so fa r a s o ur mo ral s and o ur s pir itu a l tea c hin gs a nd C hri s ti a n liv in g ar e co nce rn ed. Th e Rolla mini s t e r compa r ed th e g iga nti c dev e lo pme n t to a rac e, a nd indicat ed that th e r eli g iou s s id e of o u r wa y -of- li fe mu s t " cat c h up in the ra ce "· or th e hu m a n ra ce is doom ed to des tru c t io n. Th e \"ariou s po liti ca l imp licat ion s from t he control of th e

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Th e purpo se of th e m ee ti n g wa s to pla n a pro g ram in w hi c h bot h s peak e r s a nd mot io n pi c t ur es wo uld be used. C hairman O li vaI' s a nn o un ced a form e r id ea of havi n g s t ude nt s prese n t a ta lk o n ·som e s ubj c t of th eir ow n c hoos in g a nd ha,"e hi s p r ese nt a tion ana lyze d. Th e ana ly s is would cons is t o f d eli \"e r y and eff ec ti ve ness , pronu nciation a nd e nunciation, c hoice of word s, timi n g, mat e ria l a nd it s arra n ge ment a nd ori g in a lit y and acq uai nt a n ce. At t he e nd of t h e se r ies, a pri ze wo uld b e pr ese nt ed to th e s tud e nt rece ivin g th e hi g h es t n um e rical va lu e for hi s talk" S e ni ors wi ll have th e fi rs t opportu n ity to talk and th e n Junior s a nd Sophomo res wi ll follow in t h e comp e tition fo r th e priz e" Fo r t he next m ee tin g, to b e h eld o n Jul y 11 , a mo tion and s lid e pict ur es w ill be s hown, illu s tr ati ng th e ca rb o n b lack indu s t ry . E. G. Lindq uis t w ill ta lk o n th e s ubj ect, "Ca rb on B lac k," r efe rrin g to th e pi c t ur es . 11 ~I e cha ni cal s tud e nt s a r e ur ge d to att e nd t hese m ee tin gs , an d b ecom e acquaint ed with ea c h oth e r a nd th e profess ors of th e d e pa rtm e nt.

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Student Chapter, ASCE Th e s t ud e nt c hapt e r of th e Am e rican Soc ie ty of Civil E n g inee rs held a total of s ix m ee t in gs durin g th e s prin g semes te r. Prof. Jo e B. B u t le r is fac ulty A d vi sor and Mr. Milton J. Hard e n is se nior co n ta c t m e mb er. T he hi g hli g h t o f t he se m es t e r wa s a v is it by "\IV. \ !\T. H o rn e r , S t. Loui s co ns ul ti n g e n gi n ee r a nd national p r es id e n t of th e Am e ri ca n Socie t y of C ivil En g in ee r s, on Ma y 3. Mr. Horn e r held a forum di sc uss ion wi th th e m emb e r s of th e s tudent ch ap ter durin g t he aft e rn oon and in t h e eve nin g a tt e nd ed a ba nqu et g iv e n in hi s honor at t he P e nn a n t Ta ve rn . The banquet wa s an occa s ion for a join t m ee tin g of th e S tud e nt Chap te r, th e Mid-~Ii ss ouri S ec ti o n, and t he Rolla Chapt e r of th e Mi sso uri S o c ie ty of Profess ional E n g in e rs . Two li fe m e m be rs of AS C E w e r e in att e ndanc e, P r es id e nt Horn er a nd C. 1... Sad le r, Divi s io na l En g ine e r, U.S. Geo lo g ical S u rv ey. Th e St ud e nt C hapt e r pi c ni c h eld a t Bu e hl e r Pa rk on May 9 wa w ell a t t e nd ed, a bo u t fifty m e m be r s and th eir fami li es or dat es be in g prese n t. Rob e rt L. Mann, pa s t pres id e nt of th e Stud e nt C hapt e r , r ece ive d th e ASCE a ward at Comm e nce m e nt ex e r cises on }Iay 28. Pau l F" Ca rl to n, son of P r of. E . \ !\T. Ca rit o n, ha s r ece ntl y rc turn ed from th e a rm ed forc es a nd wa s elect ed P r es id e nt for t h e comi n g y a r. A s u rvey is now b ein g co ndu cted to de t e rmin e th e f as ibi li ty o f publ is hin g in y ea rb ook form a hi s torica l reco rd of th e ci vil e n g in ee rin g de pa r tm e nt and it g raduat es durin g th e seve nty -fi v yea r s s in ce t h e fo un d in g of M SM. A n y a lumnu s who n ot contacted a nd wh o wi s h es a copy s hould w rit e K e nne th \ 'V. Vau ·ha n, ecre ta ry AS C E, 1208 Pin e s tr ee t, Rolla, Mi ss o uri .

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Geo lo gy was in clud e d in th e fir s t c urri c ul a es ta bli s he d in th e Sc ho o l of Min es a nd M e ta llur gy in 187 1. Durin g th e ca rl y hi s to ry of t he Sc hoo l, a d c finit e d e pa rtm e nt o f ge olo g y was not es tab li s hed a nd co urses in ge o lo gy we r e tau g ht at \·a riou s tim es by th e p ro fes so r s o f minin g, m e ta llur gy a nd c he mi s try . Th e fi r s t professo rs hi p in c ludin g ge o lo gy wa s esta bli s h ed in Se pt., 1898, w he n D r. Ge o r ge E. Ladd, w ho sc rv ed as Direc tor of th e Sc h oo l from 1897 to 1907, wa s a ppoint cd P rofesso r of Min in g a nd Geo lo gy . U nt il 1903, gco lo gy a nd min e ral o g y w e r e tau g h t in th e prese nt Po we r l ' lant buildin g. In 1903 th e d eDR. G. A. MUILENBURG partm c nt mo ved to N orwood H a ll w he re it occupi ed a ll that portion of th e second Aoor not nce d ed for th e Direc tor 's offi ce and oth e r admini s trati ve offices of th e School. U nti l hi s r cs ig nat ion in Jun e 1907, Dr. Ladd co nduct cd th e co ur scs in th e Ge olo gy d e partm e nt, ass is tcd by J. Drape r (1 900-1903) a nd L. S. Gri s wo ld ( 19031907). After Dr. Ladd lef t, th e d e pa rtm e nt wa s h e ad e d by Prof. Gri s wold, who wa s a ss is t c d b y Dr. Guy H e nry Cox. ·vVhcn Prof. Gri s wold r es ig ne d in 1910, Dr. Cox b eca m e h ea d of th c d e partment and sc r ve d in thi s capacity until hi s s udd e n, untim e ly d ea th in 1920. Dr. Cox was ve ry active in pe trol e um ge olo gy. Durin g hi s a dmini s tration , th e Mid Contin e nt F ie ld ro se as thc Nat ion 's lea din g pe trol e um producin g di s tr ict a nd man y o f th e s tud e nt s in th e Ge olo gy d e partm e nt at thi s tim e g ot th c ir s tart s in th e Mid-Contin e nt Field . It wa s whi le e nga g e d in co n s ultin g work in thi s field that Dr. Cox wa s kill ed in a n automobil e accid e nt. Dr. Cox wa s ab ly assis t ed by Dr. C. L. Dake a nd b y Dr. G. A . Muil e nbur g. Bot h of th ese m e n, in turn, beca m e h ea d of th e d e pa r tm c nt. Dr. Dak e s u ffe r ed fr om a hcart a tta c k whil e r e turnin g from a s umm er's fi e ld wo rk in \V yo min g· and di ed S e pt. 3, 1934. Dr. Mui le nbu r g be c3mc c ha irman of th e d e partm e nt upon Dr. Dake's d eath and wa s s ucceed ed in thi s capac it y in 1945 by Dr. O. R. Graw e. Th e Ge o lo gy d epa rt me n t offe rs a fo ur yea r co ur se leadi n g to t he d eg r ee B.S. in Sc ie nc e, Ge o lo gy major. Th e re quir em c nt s for c urri culum have bce n o utlin ed for th e fir s t tim e in th e prese nt 1945-46 cata lo g ue. I t reg ul arly co ndu c t s work lead in g to fhe M.S. in Geo lo gy a nd is one of th e d e partm e nt s of th e School which is g r ante d pe rmi ss ion to offe r work for th e Ph.D. In addition, thi s d e partm e nt se r ves th e d e partm c nt s of ce ramic e n g in ce rin g , c ivil e n g in ee rin g and minin g

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T he D e partm e nt offcrs wo rk in most of th e major fi e lds in g e o lo gy in cludin g pa le o n to lo gy , mi c ropa le onto lo gy, s tratig rap h y , mi ne ralo gy , ore d e po s it s, se dim entation , X -ra y a na lys is, s tru c tur a l ge o lo gy, m e tamorphic ge olo gy , pe tr o le um g eolog y, m~_p int e rpr e ta ti on a nd ge oph ys ics. Th e co urse in map int e rpre tat ion wa s hi g hl y d eve lop e d by Dr. Dake, the co ur ses in mineralo gy a nd ec onomi c geo lo gy b y Dr. Muil e nbur g. Dr. Graw e introdu cc d th c co ur ses in se dim e ntati on a nd X -ray ana lys is. D r. Cow ic has bee n brou g ht t o th e de partm e nt pr imaril y to d eve lop c ourses in ge ophys ics w hi c h we r e add ed to th c d e pa rtm c nt for th e fir s t tim e in 1946. D r. S umm c r s on is hand lin g a ll th e work in hi s tori cal gc o lo g y, paleontolo g y a nd s trati g rap h y. A ne w as s is ta nt profess or is e xp ec tc d b y Sept c mb e r to co ndu ct th e co ur ses in fi e ld ge olo gy a nd pe trol e um ge o lo gy .

F rom its ea rI ies t beg i n n i n o·s th e Geology d epa rtm e nt of th e Sc hool of Min es ha s e njo ye d a coope ra ti ve r e lation s hip w ith th e Mi ss o uri Geo lo g ica l S urvey . From 1875 to 1877 t he fi r ~ t Direc tor of th e c hoo l, Dr. C. P . \ IVill ia m s, act ually act e d as S ta te Ge olo g is t wh e n b y ac t of t h e S ta t e L eg is lat ur e t h e f un ctioni n g of th e tate Geo logica l S urvey 'Na s g ove rn ed b y th e Boa rd of C ur a to rs. Si nce th a t t im e, va r io us m e mb e r s of th e D e partm e nt have bee n emplo yed b y th e S ta t e Geo lo g ica l S ur ve y durin g th e s umm e r vaca ti on s and thi s coop e rat ion conti nu es a t DR. o. R. GRAWE th e prese nt tim e. Man y wi ll lon g r e m emb e r th e fr ie ndly r e la tion s hip s e njo ye d w ith th e lat e Dr. H. A. B ue hl e r, so lon g known on th e camp us as "T he C hi ef. " Th e Geo lo g y d e partment, in t urn, ass is ts th e State Ge o lo g ical S un-ey a nd ot h e r g o ve rnm e ntal a ge nc ies on th e ca mpu s, s uc h a s , th e U.S. Geolo g ical S ur vey, th e U.S. B ur ea u of Min es , th e Sta te M i;lin g Exp e rim e nt Station a nd th e Sta t e Cla y T es tin g Laboratory. The departm e nt is ca ll ed up b y th e peopl e of th e S t ate to d ete rmin e min e ra ls in th e rock s and or es of th e Sta te and a s a con s ult a nt in num e rou s ge o lo g ica l p robl e m s . Th e Staff of th e Ge olo gy d e partm e nt c o ns is ts of th e follo wi n g : D r. O. R . G raw e, c hairm a n; Dr. G. A. Mui le nbur g , profes sor of Ge ology ; Dr. R H. Cowi e, a ss istant p rofess or of Ge ophy s ics and Dr. C. H . S um me rs on, a ss is ta n t profess or of Geolo gy . Dr. O. R. Graw e wa s bo rn in S t. Lo ui s a nd r ece i\-e d hi s A.B. a nd M.S. d eg r ees f rom vVas hin g ton U ni,- e r s ity and hi s P h.D . from th e Sta t e U nivers ity of Iowa. In additio n, h e h as atte nd ed th e U ni ve r s ity of Co lorado a nd took s pec ial work in th e field of X -ray a na lys is at th e Pe nn sy h -ania Stat e Co ll ege. vVhi le doing g rad ua te work, h e tau g h t part tim e at both vVa s hin g ton U ni ve r s ity a nd th e U niv e r s ity of Iow a . F rom 1926 to 1928, Dr. Grawe se r ve d a s Mi ne ralo g is t in th e Neva da State Minin g La borator y a nd as an in s tru c tor in th e M ac kay Sc hool of Min es, "Cn ive r s it y of Nevada. In 1928, he cam e to MS I"I as A,sis tant P rofess o r of i\lin e ralo g y a nd ha s ri sc n throu g h th e ra nk s to Profess or of Geo lo g y. D urin g th e s umm e r s fr o m 1937 to 19-15, h e he ld an appoi n tment a s a ge olog ist on th e s taf!, of th e Mi ss ouri Ge olo gica l Sun·e ,-. D urin g th ese s umm e r s fi e lci data w e r e g ath er ed whi c h lead to two major publi ca tion s : on e on th e man ga nese d e po s it s of th e Sta te, th e oth e r o n th e py rit es d e po s it s. Dr. Gra we h as se r ve d in variou s capac iti es as a cons ultant and at th e prese nt tim e is workin g 0 11 a ca talo g ue of Mi ss ouri min e ra ls, roc k s, and m e te orites, a s we ll as s up e n-i s in g resea r c h o n ce l-t a in min e ral d e po s it s of th e S tat e. Dr. G raw e is a m e mb e r of th e Ame ri ca n A ss ociation for t he A dvanc eme nt of Sc ie nce, Ame ri ca n As s o c iation of U ni" e rs it y Professo rs, Am e ri can C he mi ca l Society, Am e ri ca n In s titut e of Min in g and M e ta llur g ica l E n g in ee r " Am e ri ca n Ro se Socie ty, Am e ri ca n So c i ty for En g in ee rin g Education , A m e ri can Soc ie ty fo r X -ray a nd Elec tr on Diffra c ti on, Gamm a Alp ha, Geo lo g ica l Soci e t y o f Am e rica, lVIin e r a lo g ica l Soc ie ty of Am e ri ca, Nati on a l Ge o g raphi c Soc ie ty, P hi B e ta Kappa, Phi Kappa P hi , a nd S ig m a X i. D r. G. A. Mui le nbur g, a nativ e of O range C it y, I o,,·a, is a g ra d ua t e of th e No rth w es te rn Cla ss ica l Acad e my a nd po ssesses th e d eg r ees of A.B . a nd M.S. in Geolo g y f r om th e State U ni ve r s ity of Io wa, P h.D. from Co lu m bi a U ni n .r s it y a nd E.M. from th e Mi ss ouri Sc hoo l o f Min es . VPOIl co mpl e tion of hi s w ork for a Ma s t e r' s d egr ee at th e Uni\·e rs ity of I owa in 191-1, Dr. Mu il e nbur g acc e p te d th e position a s a n

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WHO'S WHO ON THE CAMPUS in st ru cto r in geo logy at t he Co lo ra do Sc hool of Min es, bu t in 1916 mov ed to Rolla at which t ime h e beca m e affi liated wit h th e Mi ss o uri Scho o l of :Mi nes a s a n in s t ru cto r in Geolo gy . In 1917, he wa s p r omoted to a n A ss is tant P r ofess or of Geolo gy and contin ued as s uc h u nti l 1921 wh e n h e became an Associate Profess or of G o lo gy. H e conti nu ed in thi s capacity until 1930 and a t that tim e wa s mad e a P rofess o r of Geo lo gy. In 193-+ h e s ucceeded Dr. C. L. Dak e as Chairma n of t he D e partm e n t, and r e ta in ed thi s pos ition until 19-+5. Dr. ;v1uilenb ur g has don e cons id e rab le work for th e Geolo g ica l S ur vey of Colo rado :l11d for th e Mi ssou ri G eolo g ica l S ur vey in th e field s of p e trolo gy, ge ophy s ics and eco n omic ge olo gy. H e ha s bee n e n gage d on num e rou s occa s ion s a s a co ns ulta n t. H e teach es t he co ur ses in o p tica l min e ralo gy, pet r og rap hy and eco nomi c ge olo gy. H e is a m e mb e r of th e m e r ica n I n s titut e of :Minin g and M e tal lur g ica l E ng in ee r s, Ame r ican Ass ociatio n of IJ e troieu1l1 Geolo g is t s, Geo lo g ical Soci e ty of Am e ri ca , Natio na l Geog ra phic Society, Sigma Xi, Tau B e ta Phi, Phi Kappa Phi, Trian g le, S ig ma Gamma Eps ilon, and, Sca bbard and B la d Dr. Co wi e, a nati,-e of l\t1inn ea po lis, :-1inn., po ssesses t h e deg r ees of B.S. in Geo lo gy from th e Ca lifornia I ns tit u te of Technology, and :M.S. and Ph.D. from t he l:n i,-e r s ity of AIin nes ota. Dr. Cow ie he ld th e Standa r d Oil Compa ny of Ca lifornia F ell ows hip in Geop hys ics at the l!niv e r s ity of Mi n nes ota in 1939--+0. I n 19-+1 h e wa s w ith t h e Se ismog raph Se n ·ice Corporatio n, Tul sa, O kla. In 19-+2 h e became a n in st ru cto r in ph ys ic s at O kl a homa A. & iv1. Co ll ege a nd co ntin ued in thi s capacity u n ti l Octob e r 19-+3, w he n h e join ed t he Navy. In :\To,-e m b e r 19-+5, he wa s r eleased to inacti,-e duty a s Li e ut en ant (junior g rad e ). Dr. Cow ie wa s appoint ed Assistant Professor of Geophy s ics at the :'v1i ss o uri Schoo l of AIin es in J an uary 19-+5. He is a m emb e r of th e Sigma Xi. Durin g th e prese nt s umm e r he is e n gaged a s a geophvsici5t by th e :-1i ss ouri Geolo g ical Sun·ey an d is ,,-o r kin g in south ea ste rn :'I 1isc ouri. Dr. S u mm e rs on wa s born in Cat le tt s bur g , Kentucky, an d po ssesses the deg rees of B.S., :'I 1. S. and P h. D. in Geolo gy from the l!nive r s it y of Illinoi s . \ '\lhi le attendin g t h e Uniy e rs it y of Illi noi s, h e h eld a g raduat e t eac hin g a ss is ta n tship for fo ur y ea r s. I n 19-+2 h e becam e an in s tructor at th e l! ni ,-e rs ity of Illinoi s and in :-1arc h, 19-+3, accepte d t h e po s ition as A ss is tant Ae ri a l P h oto Int e rpr e te r, A rm y A ir Force H eadquarter s, \Na s hin g ton, D .C. ·C pon comp let ion of thi s ,,·ork

in Septemb er , 1943, he became an Ass is tant Geolo g ist wit h th e U.S . Geo lo g ical S urvey. In Fe brua ry, 1946, Dr. S umme rso n wa s appo inted A ss is tant P r ofe ss or of Geo lo g y at th e M iss o uri Sc h oo l of Mines to handl e t h e work in hi s torical ge o logy, pa leo n to lo gy , s trati g raphy a nd map inte rpr etat ion. H e is a m embe r of Sigma X.i, Gamma A lpha, Ame ri can Associatio n of P e trol e um Geolo g is ts, Paleontolo g ica l Socie ty, Society of P h oto g rammetric En g inee rin g , and Illinoi s Aca de m y of Scie nce. For th e s u mmer Dr. Summ e r so n is e mploy ed by th e Mi ss ouri Geo lo g ical S ur vey on a st ratig raphic probl em in southw es t e r n Mi ss o uri. M e mb e r s of th e Geo lo g y d e partment not onl y have bee n ab le teacher s but t he y have co nduct ed important pieces of re searc h. Amon g th eir man y publication s may b me ntio ned : Brid ge, Jo s iah, Geology of the Eminence and Cardareva Quadrangles, Mo. Bur. Geol. and ?lI1in es, 2nd se r ., '·0 1. 2-+, 228 pp., 1930. Cox, G. H., The Ori gin of the Le a d a n d Zinc Ores of the Upper M ississippi V alle y District, Eco n omic Geology, vol. 6, pp. -+27--+-+8; 582-603, 191 1. Dake, C. L., The Problem of the St. P eter Sandstone , Sc hool of ·Mi nes a nd M e tallu r gy Bul le tin , T ech. se r., vo l. 6, No. I , pp. 1-225,1921. The Geol ogy of the Potosi and Edgeh ill Quadrangles, Mo . B ur. Geol. a nd Mi nes , 2 nd se r. , vo l. 23, 233 pp., 1930. G rawe, 0 R, Manganese Deposits of Mis so uri, :'11 0. Geol. S urvey a nd \ Na t e r R es ., 62nd Bi e nnial R e pt., App. 6, 77 pp., 19-+3. Pyrites Dep osits of Missouri, AIo. Geo l. Survey and vVat e r Re s., 2nd se r. , vo l. 30, -+82 pp., 19-+5. M uil en bur g, G. A. an d Gol d ic h, S . S., Petrography a nd Petrology of the Mount Devon Diabase Porphyr y : A meri ca n Jou r. Sci., 5th se r., '-01. 26, pp. 3.:;.:;-367, 1933. In addition to the ir mor e s cientific contribution s , th e m e mb ers of t he Depar t m e nt hav e co n t ri b uted two impo r tant textbooks to t he ge olo g ica l lit e ratur e. "F ield :'II e thod s in P e tro le um Geo lo gy" by Cox, Da ke a nd Muil e nbur g , publi s h ed in 192 1 by t he McG raw-Hi ll Book Co., wa s in g r eat demand by p e trol e um ge o logis t s durin g the rapid ri se of th e Mid-Continent Fi eld. "T h e In ter pre tat ion of Topo g ra phi c a nd Geo lo g ic Map s" by Dake a nd B rown , pub lis hed in 1925 by t h e McGraw-Hill Book Co., is a s tandard te xtbook in its fie ld.

New Faculty Members P e t rol e um Geo lo gy thi s fa ll. Tn th e Math e matics de partme nt, four ne w in s t ru cto r s h,l\-e b ee n emp loy ed so far. Sam uel C. Bay less h as a Bachelo r of Scie nce d-eg r ee in edu cat ion from th e Un ive rs ity of M iss o u ri, and a :'IIa s te r· s deg ree fr om \ Nas hin g ton U ni~-e r­ s it y. H e has h ad t eac hin g exp e ri e nce in th e Math emat ics d e partm e nt atvVa s hin gto n U ni,·e rs it y . John Ridout ha s a Bac helor of Divinity d eg r ee fro111 th e V ir g ini a Th eo lo g ica l Se minary , a nd tau g ht math e matics fo r s ix y ea r s in t he U nit ed States Naya l Aca de my, a nd one se m es t e r at th e U n i,·c rs ity of Arkan sa s. H e ha s ju s t b ee n di sc har ge d fronl t h e Xa,-y ,,·he r e he se r ved ele,-e n yea r s a s a C hap lain. Geo r ge \ V. Trac y obta in ed a Bac h elor of Scienc e deg r ce, :.\Iath e ma ti cs major, fr om th e Ce ntral Mi ss o uri State T eache rs Co ll ege. H e ta u g h t one math cla ss at the Sc hool of :'IIin es ,,·hil e a s tud e nt he re durin g t he s p rin g se m ester of · ~ 6. Rob e rt Eck is a g radu a t e of Mi ss o uri Sc hoo l of ?l1in es and :.\1e tallur g y with th e cla ss o f '-+3 . H e h a s b ee n doin g g raduat e work h e r e thi s pa s t yea r and ha s now b ee n appo int ed In s tructor in Mathematics . Th e P hy s ics d e partm e nt will have thr ee ne w I n s tructor s a n d one As s ociat e Profess o r t h·is fa ll. O ne In s tructor ha s bee n t r an s fe rr ed from th e ?v1ath e ni·atic s d epa r tm e nt to th e l ' hysic s depa rtm ent. Dr. Zaboj V. · Han·alik has bee n ap -

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poi n ted A ss oc iate P rofess or of Phys ics. Dr. H a rvalik has a Doctor of Scie n ce deg ree fr om the U ni ve rs ity of Pra g ue, in Czec ho slo,-akia. H e ha s ha d e x t e n sive teac hi ng ex pe rie nce in E ur op e an d in th e Unit ed States . H e ha s a lso had indu st;·ial exp e ri e n ce a nd ha s p ubli s h ed num e rou s t echnical pap e r s. John lv1. B ur ge r h as a Ma s t e r of A rt s de g r ee fro m t he U ni ve r s it y of Kan s"s, and has taken po s tgraduate wo rk at t h e U ni ve r s ity of Ka n sas an d at Sta n fo rd Unive r s ity. H e ha s ha d co ns id e ra bl e t eac hin g e xper ie nce . A lfr ed E. Sc h wa ne ke is a g radu ate w it h a l3ach elo r of Sci e n ce in Ed-ucat ion, Phy s ics m a jor from Ce ntra l Mi ss o uri Sta te T eac he rs College, a nd has tak e n pos t g raduat e work in that sc hoo l. Ch es te r Ra y Ho ll an d ha s a Bach elor 's deg r ee fro III t he T eac he r s Co ll ege at Cape Gi ra rdeau and has b ee n tea c h ing in th e hi g h s c hool at Ca ruth e r sv ill e,Mo. Ne il Lockwood,w ho ha s bee n In s tr uc to r in Math e mat ics for the pa s t se m es t er, ha s t ran s fe rr ed to t h e .l)h ys ics dc partm e n t as a n In s t ru ctor for t he fall se m este r. He is a 'Taciuate of Bake r Univc r s it y . I n th e Mec hani cs d e partm e nt, N . C. Co s tako s a nd A. D. Top pin g, pr ev iou sly in st ru c tor s at lv1SM, re turn from duti es in thc wa r effo r t a nd wi ll res um e teach in g he re thi s fa ll. Tn th e M ec hani ca l E n g in ee rin g de pa rtm e nt, Clare ] . T horpe, w h o h as b ee n on act ive duty in t he Navy, has retu rn ed a nd is teac h in g thi s s umm e r. -The Mi sso u ri Miner.

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Math u ram u thoo S ubra manyam a nd Fred Ca nnin g returned to Roll a with a ll thc hon o r s in t h e a nnu a l MIAA con fere nce t e nni s tou r nam e n t he ld in Cape Gi r a rd ea u Ma y 14. P la y in g in co ld, ra in y weat he r, t h e Min e r ne tt e rs di splaye d th e ir skill s t o thc few brayc fail S who wea ther e d the d ay to watc h th e match es. O n t he pr e limin a ry s in g le m atches Hi c kli n an d Moran, Cape s ta nda rd bea re r s, pro ve d far s up e rior to thei r Sp rin g · fie ld oppon c n t s, C h ec k a nd Sco lfi e ld , and c li mi na tcd t he m in th e ope nin g matc h es of th e .mo rnin g . Hi ck lin defea t e d C heck by 6-0 a nd 6·3 sco r es , w h il e :'I,1 or an passed Sco lfi e ld 6-2 an d 6-1. A d va n cing to the sc mi · fina l r ound s, bo th Cape me n won th e fir s t se ts by 6-4 s co r es from Ca nni n g a nd S u b ramanyam. Th e Min e r s drew bye s in th e op eni n g round. A f te r los in g th e fir s t se t, th e Min e r s se ttl ed down to d e feat th e ir oppon ' e nt s in easy fas hion. Th e s core s were as fo ll ows : Ca nn in g over Mor an, -1·6, 6-2, 6-1 a nd S ubr amanyam ove r Hi ck lin, 4·6,6·1 ,6· 3. T he op e nin g r o und of t he dou ble matc h es in th e afte rn oon found Cape m atch e d aga in s t t he :'I1in e r s. Ca nnin g a nd Subrailla nya m n ee d ed th ree se t s to t urn back Hicklin an d Moran by 10-8, -1-6, 6-3 scor es . T h e 11in c rs then eas il y d efeatcd t he S prin g fie ld c ntr y o f Sco lfield an d Chee k, 6-0, 6-3.

Afte r fo u r s t ra ig h t \'ictorie s, t h e 'Mi ne r track a nd fi e ld tea m , und e r th e dir ectio n of Coac h Gal e Bu llman, s uffere d it s fir st d efeat in th e fina l track m ee t of th e seas on on May 14. A s a r es ul t t he Cap e Girard ea u Indi an s wo n t hc M I AA con fe r e nce titl e to r ema in t he co nf e rence t r ack a nd fi e ld c ha mpi ons. On ly four fo r th e s ix M1A A sc hool s w er e r ep r ese nt e d. T he fi na l total s core was Cape Girarde a u 95, j'd S?v1 73, Springfie ld 51)4 , and vVarr c ns bur g 16 )4 . Th e field was s lo w as it was a co ld an d win d y day. T h e Ca pem e n jum pe d into a n ea rl y lea d durin g t hc mornin g fi c ld eve nt s a nd w e re n ever th r eatened ther eafte r. T h ey took fir s t honor s in th e 220 a nd-l-lO yar d eve n t s, th e 880 ya rd r e lay, the lo w hurdl es, th e hi g h jump, a nd in t he s hot p ut. Hi g h point man of th e m ee t was Johnn y Garc ia of Springfie ld, w innin g th e broa d jum p a n d t h e 100 ya rd da s h , ::t sec, o nd in th e lo w hurdl es a nd the 220 yard da s h. Hi g h poin t ma n for t h e Min ers was vVa lt Lid e ll w ho too k se cond in th e b r oa d jump, hi g h hurdl es, a nd pol e va ult and fo urth in t he j avclin . Johnn y K in g w on t he mile in -1:-11. 2 a nd th e two mil e ill 10:-10.6 on the wet track. O ur mil e r e la y team , in t he last e,'e n t of th e da y, won fi r st h onors. Kin g and Lid e ll, b oth ex-se r v ic eme n, have b ce n cons is t e nt poin t ge tt e r s for t h e Min e r s a ll seaso n.

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19-15-46 Int ram u r a l s po r t s cha mp s ! Thi s is what th e b oys fron'l Sigma N u ar e now kno wn as aft e r th e final co unt was ta ke n in :Ma y afte r th e s oftball titl e ha d b ee n d ec id e d. T h e bo ys from Si g ma N u fini s hed ..)5 point s ah ead of their neares t riva l, the En g in ee r s Club . The sea s on began w ith touch foot ba ll a nd in this eve nt Kappa S ig ma took t h e eve n t b y a c lea n s w ee p fi ni s hin g wit h 7 v icto r ies and no d efeats. Th e c ro ss co unt ry wa s w on b y McFarland of th e En g in ee r s Clu b w ith Dani e ls of Lambda C hi an d J ohnk of t he En g in ee r s Club second a nd third. S ig ma N u took the s wimm in g' m eet a n d the En g in ee r s Clu b mad e a clea n sweep o f ba s k e tball with 7 v icto ri es aga in s t no d e feat s. Kappa Si gma al s o wo n th e vo ll ey ball eve nt w hil e S ig ma N u wer e v ictorioLl S in t he ha ndba ll tournam e nt . Kappa Sigma eas ily wo n th e b oxing crown b ut P i Ka p pa A lp ha and Si g ma Nu tied for t h e wre s t lin g champion s hip . The ri fle mark s ma ns hip tourney wa s won by Si gma N u. Th e ta Kappa Pi fina ll y came out in front in th e t e nni s cont es t an d t he n e wl y or g anize d Ve t e ran s Org anization place d fi rst in tra c k. T he d ec id in g eve 11t wa s s oftba ll, for had the E n g in ee r s won thi s contes t, th ey wou ld have ca rri ed h ome t he trophy. It wa s th e ex- G. I. s who wer e v icto r ious in t hi s evc nt. Fi na l r es u lt s w e r e : Sigma N u . . .... ... . . . .. 4357 )4 En g in ee r s Clu b . . . . . ... .. . . -1312 )4 Kappa Si g m a . . .. . . .. . . . . 3820 5-6 Pi Kappa A lpha . ....... . . . . .. . . 2880 Lamb d a C hi Alpha ... . . . .. , . . . . . . . . . 2-+70 Tria n g le ' " ... .. . 2373 Yo . . . . .... ' ... . . .. .. . Si g ma P i 2250 The ta Kappa Ph i .. ... . .. . 20-18 Yo V e t e ran s Ass o c i'1t io n 16 15 Kappa A lp ha ,,)87 )4

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. Acc ordi n g to t he sport s d epa r tm e nt , a fe ncin g cl u b is b eIll g fo rm ul at e d for s tude n ts an d t h e ir wiv es , u n d e r t h e s pon sors hip of Dwi g ht Hafe li, a ss is tant dir ec tor of ath le tics . I f c n o ug h int e r es t is s how n, th e r e is a po ss ib ilit y t hat fe nClll g ma y bc Introduc e d a s a n intra- mu ra l s po r t. A ltho ug h on ly t hr ee m e n a s ye t ha ve s how n the in itia l int e res t Coac h Haf c li s a id that t h e at hl e tic d cpartm e n t wo ul d s up;) ly th e ma s ks a nd foi ls for intr a -mura l competition.

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ABOUT TOWN AND CAMPUS \ Ale have bee n rc - r ead in g- t h is pa ge in th e Ap ril- IVlay "A luJllnu s " a nd it appea rs that th e r e ar c: s ome: ne w s it ems whi c h w e o,'e r look e d. So-to brin g- you a littl e 1110r e u p to d a t e - w e' ll t ry to writ e a littl e a b out s ome oth e r Roll a p eop lc a nd t he ir acti "iti es . So m e one is bound to a s k- ,,' h e re is Bob H e ll e r and what is he doin g' Th e an s w e r is th at he is g-oi n g- st ron g- ri g h t h e re in Roll a- in fact, h e g oes at s uch a pace that it's s om e tim es d iffi c ul t to find him . Th e H e ll e r S t ore is no more-Bob has b ee n ope rat in g in r ea l es ta t e a nd a lli e d lin es a nd do es n't h aye a p e rman e nt office - yo u ha ,'e to c ha se him up an d d o\\' n Pine Street or find 11im in th e E dwin Long- CofEee Shop at "coffee ho ur. " J ohn Sc human op e rat es th e B usy B ee Laundry and Dry Cleanin g- es tabli s hm ent and a m e n's fu r ni s hin g s tor e on P ine st ree t. H e and X. Sm ith-b oth c la ss of ' J6-ar e Ba b e H e ad 's R o lla ramr od s fo r the coming- 75th Annive rsa ry ce le bra tion at w h ich tim e th e c las s of '16 w il l ob se rve its 30 th a nn ive r sa r y. X ho ld s fo r th at th e o ld s tand - Smith' s Hard wa r e S t;re on Pin e s t r ee t, wher e h e now di s pen ses g-as a nd e lectri c app li a nces a nd Sh e ll bottl e d g-as alo n g- wit h t he us ual h ardwar e it e m s for hom e a nd farm. Hi s wi fe a nd d a u g h te r can be fo un d th e re a good pa rt of t he time ass is t in g- brot h e r Smit h in h is a c tiviti es . A I Lo n g-- o ld es t of th r ee Lo n g- broth er s- is C ity Cle r k a nd se ll s in s ur a n ce e t c. from th e o ld Lo n g- office on P in e st r ee t ju s t so uth of th e Po s t O ffi c e. Many o f yo u wi ll r e m em be r th e Tow n Ma r s ha l of th e o ld d ays-Do lph tri ed to maintain law and ord er at ni g-h t d urin g' you r Editor's day s h ere in th e early 20's , K ow w e have a we ll o r ga niz ed a nd equ ipp e d po lic e force hea d ed b y Ro"v e Fort and th e town is r ema rk a bl y fr ee f r om t he petty c rim es on e mig- ht ex pec t o n a cco un t of th e heavy t rave l on th e h ig hw ays. L ife ha s it s lig ht e r a nd bri g h t e r a s pects-in s pit e o f brea d s hortages brou g h t on b y s t r ik es, t hc lac k of m ea t , and t he h ig- h p ri ces of a lmo s t ey e ryt hin g-. D ur in g la te :May a nd Jun e a se r ies of hor se s how s w ere h eld at Stee lvi ll e, St. J ames , L e banon, R o ll a, a n d Sp r in g fi e ld . Th e wa r yea r s brou g h t a numb e r of n ew fami lies t o thi s area and Ro lla p r obab ly t ook in mor e th a n t he av e rag e numb e r. Many of t hese peop le li ke t h e c omm un it y a nd ha, 'e se ttl e d h e r e. Th e ir act iv it ies , b ot h in th e field o(bus iness a nd recreation, h ay e co ntribut e d m u c h towa rd m a kin g lif e a litt le mor e plea s ant. Not th e least of t hese ac ti v it ies c e nt e r s aro un d g ood h or ses a nd th e ri ya lry beco m es ve ry k een at t im es , After be in g- po s tpo ne d t wic e on acco unt o f b a d weath e r th e Rolla Hor se S h ow wa s he ld on th e ni g ht of Fr ida y, Jun e 7 at th e Fairgro und s-no w b ea u t ifie d and expa nd e d b y t he addit ion of B ue hl e r Park ,,,ith it s p layg round a nd oth e r faciliti es for th e yo u n gs t e r s a nd barb ec ue pit s, e tc, for th e gr own-ups . Prof. Bowen rod e in sc,'c ral c la sses an d ca rri ed off a c ouple of pr izes-h e wa s th e d e an of all t he ha ndl e r s and rider s pr ese n t. P erhap s t he mo s t e nj oyed c la ss of th c e,'e nin g was t he Harne s~ c lass in ¡w h ic h ho r ses a re dri ve n to any typ e of ye h icl e that wi ll ro ll - s ulky, bu ggy, o r eve n a lig h t wa g on. Eq u ipm e nt a nd dr ess of dri,'e r and dr iv e r 's p e rfo rmanc e do not co u nt-s o t he fe ll ow wit h a lig h t s ulk y that cos t fi ft y do ll a rs is o n t he same com p et it i,'c bas is a s th e bi g s hot \v h o d r i,'es a n,' e hun dr e d dollar cart. O ur g ood fri e nd-J. Emm e tt Mitch e ll (h e of the famo u c la ss of '-l Ith e Y ocates of ' J9 a nd '20) dr OH a fi ne two yea r o ld ge ldin g in a s ulky . In ca se y ou don 't kn o\\' t he fin e po int s of ju d g in g thi s c la ss- th e ho rses ar e dri,'e n at w hat is ca lled a "pa r k t rot, " whi c h is a bo ut e ig h t m il es pe r hour. I t 's a me dium, 510 \\' trot-a yery pr e tty g at e which g iy cs both Ro rse and driv e r a goo d oppo rtunit y to s how off. ' N e il-brot he r .Mitche ll co uldn ' t ho ld hi s ge ld in g- to t hat s low a pace (a nd w e d on't be li e,'e h e tri ed very ha rd ) s o th e jud g e wa s con s tant ly ca llin g "M r. .Mit c h ell-a pa rk trot, p le a se ." T hat didn't low ci th e r E mm e tt o r h is horse-both \\'e r e hayin g 100 much f un .

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A nyway, a c r ow d of s o m e tw e n ty o r thirt y fan s c h ce red t hem eve ry time th ey cam e around p roba bl y a paid "claq ue" e ng a ge d by Mr. Mitch e ll-a nd he w e n t hom e with fo ur t h pr ize, A noth e r in te rest iIJg a nd am us in g cla ss wa s th e pony c lass for yo u ngs te r s un d e r fou rt ee n yea rs of age. Th ey rod e th e ir S he t la nd s a nd ot he r s ma ll poni es un ti l th e c rowd h ow le d w ith d e li g h t. O ne s ma ll bo y-h e couldn't hav e bee n ov e r fi ve -rod e th e wron g way mo s t of th e time. It wa s a g ood s how, w e ll ha ndl e d an d w e ll jud g-e d a n d we b eli eve it wi ll b e a n a nnu a l affai r-a t least w e hope s o. I n o ur las t iss ue w e mentio ne d bu ses a round town. Now w e ca n report th at all fo ur lin es are op e ratin g , ca r ryin g ri g ht g ood crowd s, an d the Ro ll a Pu bl ic Se rv ice Co mpa ny see m s to have go tt e n off to a goo d s tart. T he fa r e is a di m e a nd tr an s fer s mak e it po ss ib le to ge t a round town ve ry convcnie nt ly. Th e r e is a sc he dul e w hi ch ca ll s for buses to mak e a loop at P e rr y 's C r esce nt Cafe - a bo u t two mi les ea s t of town-a nd that h e lp s th e noon a n d eve nin g ru s h in th e r esta ur ant s . A lon g the lin e of e d ge -o f-tow n eat in g a nd am us em e nt p laces-D ee n 's at th e Ai r port is th e s pot wh e r e you bow l o r j ust s it a r o und fo r a frie ndl y drink in t he eve n in g . Ma ke not e of that fo r use w he n you co me do w n t h is fa ll for th e 75t h A nni vers a ry . A nd , w hii e w e a r e s pea kin g of th e A irp o rt , we a rc rcillinded that a mo s t unu s ua l noti ce a pp eared o n t he Campu s bull e tin boards on Jun e 20, I t ca ll ed for vo lunt ee r s-mec ha ni cs-to ass is t in di s mant lin g a 13-24 L ib e ra to r at Vic h y A r my A irport fo r r e mo va l to Ro ll a. T hat' s a ll we know a bo u t it no w- but w e do know that Aa ro n Miles is ve ry ai r-mind e d a nd h e mu s t ha ve s om e id eas a bout teac h in g ai rpla ne d esign fund ame nt a ls o r s om et hin g ii ke th at. 'vVe s ha ll repo rt f urth e r in th e n ex t iss ue. Yo u' ve alr ea d y r ea d th e Comme ncem e n t p ro g ram-th is yea r t h e numb e r of se n io rs p rese nt to r e ce iv e th e ir d eg rees was lowe r ed b ecau s e s om e me n ha d d e parted to sta r t work a nd o ne or two others we r e s u mmo ne d b y U nc le Sam for se r v ice in th e A rm ed Fo rces, Dr. Sco tt Po r t e r 's a ddr ess o n S und ay , IVl ay 26, gave hi s a udi e nce seve ral thin gs to po nd e r. D r, a nd M rs . Mi ddlebu s h he a d e d t he r ece iv in g line in th e hom e of D ea n a nd ¡Mr s. ' N ils on on Monday eve nin g, Ma y 27 w he n fac ult y, s t ud e nt s a nd se ni o rs min g led for a la s t info rm a l gat h e rin g . T he Comme nceme n t exe r c ises we re hi g hli g h ted by th e o ut s ta ndin g a ddr ess of Dr. Fra nc L. M cC lu e r, pr es id e n t of \-\les t mi n s t e r Colle ge, F ulton , 'vVitho ut no tes of a n y kind a nd s pea kin g f r om the h ea rt he h e ld hi s a ud ie n ce at c lo se at te n t io n. It wa s o n e of th e b es t d e live r ed and best re ce ive d Comm e n ce m e nt a ddres s in ma ny yea rs, Jumpin g fr0111 t he se riou s back a g ai n to th e li g h te r s id e of T ow n a n d Campu s not es- we r efer yo u to other sectio ns of thi s ma gaz in e fo r d e tai ls of Roll a 's part in t he see thi ng h OLl s in g s itu a ti on w hi c h bids fair to h o ld th e s po tli g h t for s om e tim e to co m e. \ <\I e will o nl y say h e r e t hat th e re is buildin g in p ro g ress - apartm e nt s, s ma ll h o m es a nd , th e lik e, ~l cCa rthy Co ns t ru ct io n 'ompa n y took o n a s ma ll job-that of b uildin g th e Camp us Book S hop-w hil e waiti ng for pow e r pl a nt s t ee l to a rri ve, It ju s t goes to prov e th at t h ings lik e that ca n be don e whe n t h o se co nce rn ed have t he "k now how "-an d a littl e am b itio n. T he Ca t h o li c C hur c h is nea rin g co m plet ion an d p r ese n ts a ve ry bea u t ifu l a dditi o n to t he Ro ll a sce ne, located a s it is north of t he ca mpu s be tw ec n t hc upp c r p ractice fie ld a nd Hi g h way 66. Th e Lio ns Cl ub is promot in g- a g ig a nti c 4t h of Ju ly Carni v<l l - rafflin g a ne w H ud s o n au tomo bil e, amo n g ot hc r at tr ac t io ns . In c id e n ta ll y , o ur goo d fr ie nd P rof. B utl e r is qui te a hand at se ll in g t icke t s fo r t he raffl e. \ -\l e don ' t ha ve a ll t he d e tai ls bec<: use X. S mith ta gge d yo ur co rr espo nd nL for a book of ti c ke t s but wc u nde r s ta n d that Profe ss o r op erat c:s a s ma ll raffl e of hi s ow n to p romote th e s ale of Lion s' boo ks. T hi s tim e it 's ny lo n s tockin gs -la s t yea r, w e h ear, it wa s sca rce ciga rett es . T he S igma N us ar e busy re bu ildin g th e ir hou se whi c h wa s ( Conti ll ued to Page 25)

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a ny of t he ot he r bo ys' P e rh a ps s om e di sc uss ion o f t h is s ta te of affai r s co uld be in c lu d e d in a futur e iss ue o f th e A lu mn i Ne w s. I d on ' t know jus t h o w s t ro n g s uc h a n a r ti cle c ou ld be- bu t it m ig h t ge t in to a n inA ue nt ia l pe r s on 's l1a nd s and c r ea te s om e fir e wo r ks. T h is sys t e m is ha rd ly o nc to s tim ul a t e initi a ti \'e a nd accc p ta nce of res po ns ib il it y - t h e bac k bo n e o f a ny s ucces s fu l e n g in ee r. I ' ve ru n into at lea t th re M M m e n h e r e a t \ "' ri g h t an d I 'v e hea rd o f a fourt h. Toe Va n Po o l '41 a n d B roc km eye r ',+,+ a r e G. !. s he r e. Jo e 'is be in g t ra ns fe rr e d t o 'W e nd ovc r f<' ie ld in U ta h acco rdi n g to th c la t es t dop e. Bo b A m li '43 is an e x-G.!. \\' ho ha s s t aye d on as a c iv ilia n . G. S k it e k ''+3 is, a ccord in g to Am li, a li c ut e nant wo r ki n g in t h e Pro p. L a b . I 'm g o in g dow n a n d loo k hi m u p o ne d ay t h is w ee k. D rop m e a line a nd t e ll m e how thi n gs ar e a t M Sl\!1-w hc n is t he bi g ho mec o mi ng thi s fa ll ' n y thi n g e lse bi g p la nn c d thi s fa ll ? Name

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MSM MEN IN INDUSTRY F red Schneeberger '25 Resigns f rom Westinghouse VV e h ave ju s t bee n inform ed th at F re d Sc hn ee b e r ge r h a s lef t th e e mploy of 'vVes ti n g hou se aft e r 22 y ear s with th at cO lll pany and p r ed ecess or co mpani es a b s o rb ed by it. Durin g hi s vVes tin g h o u se se r vice, F r edlV as fo r e ig ht yea rs ge ne r a l s a les mana ge r of t h e x -r ay op e ration. H e r e turn e d to S t. ["ou is s hortl y af te r th e outbreak of th e wa r w h e n the vV ;:;s tin g hou se x -ray activit ies w e re moved from New Y ork to Ba ltimor e. In S t. Lo ui s Fred w a s r es pon s ibl e for a ll x -ray ac ti viti es w ith th e U .S. Army w hi c h pu rch a se d a ll of its x -r 2y appa r at u s at that po int. In add iti o n , hi s dir ec t c i\-ili a n x -ray r espo n s ibiliti es cove re d app ro ximate ly on c third of th e U nit ed S tat es . Fre d lea y es W cs t in g hou se to b e com e Exec uti ve V ic e Pr es id e nt of th e Pic k e r X -Ra y Corporation of Mi ss our i. H e acl\-ises that hi s h ea dqu a rt e rs a re at 3858 vVe s tmin s t e r p lace, S t. Lou is 8, Mi ss o uri; hi s t e le phon e numb e r is FRanklin 2-18 1. H e s a ys th e re is n o r ea s on w h y o ur fe ll ow s s hould not dr o p in o n him al hi s pr ese nt a ddr ess lik e th ey did wh e n h e wa s in th e Amb asoa d or B u ildin g . \ Vhi le with \ !\Tes tin g h o u se , Fn:d wa s the U ni v e rs it y V is ito r at MSM. Ev e ry major s c hool in t h e count ry, w hi c h ha s a n a lumnu s with \ !\Tes tin g ho use, h a s a U ni ve r s ity Visi tor f r om \!\Tes t in g hou se. In that capa c it y , F red wa s r es pon s ibl e for th e r e lation s hip b e tw ee n hi s compa ny and MSM. Thi s in c lud e d hirin g se ni o r s for th e Graduat e Trainin g co ur se co ndu c t ed by th e C omp a n y, as s is tin g t h e Schoo l b y furn is h in g t ec hni ca l inf o rm a tion of all s o rt s and th e f urni s hin g of e lec tri c2_ 1 a pparatu s to th e School for teach in g pur poses . As is know n , Fr ed wor k ed out sey e ral favo rabl e d ea ls for MSM \vhil e in that capa c it y . F re d ca r ri es w ith him th e b es t wi s h es of hi s fe ll ow a lumni In hi s n ew ve ntur e .

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Potter '29 Receives M edal of Merit

C onta in e d in th e Na tional Coal A ss ociation bu lle tin for Sat urda y , ·Ma y 11 , 19-16, was thi s it e m : " P E RSONAL M E NTION: Tn ce r em oni es on May 8, D r . C. J. Pott e r, fo rm e rl y D ep ut y A dmini s t rat o r of Sol id Fu e ls A dmini s tration, r ece ive d a Meda l of M e rit in rec o g niti o n o f hi s out s tandin g a nd m e ritori ou s se r vic e to th e co untry in th e wa r e ffort. T h e p r ese ntation \\-as mad e b y Se cr cta ry of th e Int e rior J. A. Kru g in hi s o ffic e h e re ." Dr. Potte r g rad ua te d f ro m MSM with a d eg rec in C h c mica l En g in ee rin g in ] 929.

Shortage of Men in Engineering Profession , Registrar Hubbard States 1 n a n s wer to man y qu es tio n s a b o u t fut ur e e mp loyment in th c e n g in ee rin g fi e ld upon g ra duati o n , R eg is trar Hubbard s pok e ve ry favo rab ly . H e s tat e d t h at th e d c mand fo r e n g in ce rs is far g rea t e r t h a n th c s upp ly. R c qu es t s for g rad uat e s tud c n t s in t h c c n g in ec rin g fi e ld a re co min g to th e R e g is tr a r· s offi ce at th e rat e of thr ee a nd fo ur a d ay. Amon g th e bi gges t co m pa ni cs now s ec kin g e n g inee rs a r e t h e S inclair R e fi nin g C omp a n y , t h e Ba ro id Sa les Co mpan y a nd th e S h e ll O il C ompan y. II of th e m e n in thc s prin g g raduat ion c la ss h a d reg u lar e n g in ee r in g job s wa itin g for th e m p r ev iou s to th c ir g ra du atio n. Be s id e s man y writt e n re qu es t s for th e mc n of th e la s t g ra du at in g c la ss, th c re \\"C;re a numb e r of int c n -ie w e r s who ca m e to MSM. Many of th e m too late_ In ex plainin g th e s horta gc of e n g in ee rs in indu s t ry , Kocl Hubb ar d po int e d o u t two main r cas on s , th e fact that the g r a duatin g c la sses h ave g r eatl y d ec r ea s ed in a ll ma !e sc hoo ls d u rin g th e wa r, an d til .:: fact that man y of th e m e n w ho left t h c ir job s b cc au se o f th c draft a rc n ot re turnin g to th e ir p r e -war jobs . G ra du at in g cla sses at MSi\I ha\-c d ec re a se d from a ro und 200 to s mal l g rou ps of 30. Korm a l re placemc nt s of e n g in cc r s in indu s tr y is not ex p ec t cd until 19-19 or ] 950_ Th e d e mand for g raduat c m e n in 1950, at w h ic h tim e ~I S M g raduatin g c la sses wi ll aga in b e no r mal, is ex p ecte d to b e cve n g rea te r than the pr cse nt d emand. Sa la r ies for gTad ua t c m c n now ra n ge from aro und :;:350 a mont h to $ 165. Th e bi g elec tri cal co mp a ni es a rc now payin g $2L; to non- ve t c ran s ar. d $235 to Yet e ra n s . Th e s ta r tin g sa la ry of on e of th e bi g oil company 's is $235. An a ut o mobil e co n ce rn in D e t ro it is offe rin g $300 a month. Th c lowe s t s ala ry li s te d in th c i\I S M R eg is trar' s o ffi ce is $ 16.'i IV h ic h is a sa lar y paid b y an f\irplan c Co mpany in Mar y la nd to me n th ey ar e sc ndin g to sc hoo l for t,,·o year s to r ecc i\-c i\L S. d eg r ees _ Th e F ed e ra l g oy c r nm c nt h a s rai se d th e ir s a la ry fo r junior e n g in ee rs from $2000 a yea r to $2800. Th e principal re a s on y e t c ran s a re r ece iv in g hi g h c r pay fo r th e s am e po s iti o n s h e ld b y non-v e tc ran s is b ccau se th e F edc ra l g ovcrnm e nt a u g m e nt s th c r eg ul a r company sa la ry wit h a n amo un t which ad d e d to th e compa n y s al a ry \\-o uld g ive th e s a lary t hat vete ra n \\-o uld b e ge ttin g h a d he not se r\-e d se \-c ral yea r s in t h c a rm y. Thi s is on e of th e pro\-is ion s of t h e G I .IJ i11 of Hi g ht s. - The Missou ri Mi ner.

Tn o ur la s t iss ue , Mr. 1. \lIl . Alco r n, c ln ir man of the R ese't rc h a nd C urri c ul a r Comm ittee , mad e hi s pr e liminar y r e po rt. D urin g Jun e 2 m ee tin g of th e SPEE lVa s h e ld in S t. L o ui s a nd e lse w h e r e yo u wi ll fi nd a r e p o r t of thi s ll1 cet in g.

Ce rtain inform a tion h as b een mad e a va ilabl e b y Mr. Hubbard, r eg is tra r of MSi\I , a nd w e a l, o fou nd a n int e res tin g tab ul at ion p re pa r e d b y th e En g in ee rs' CO Ulcc il fo r P ro fe s s iona l De-,e lopm e nt. \ !\T c r e p rin t th ese two n e lV S it e m s o n t h is pa ge_ It wi ll b e app rec iat <:: d if yo u wi ll le t us ha ve yo ur co mm e nt s c on cc rnin g t h e p ubli s hin g- of thi s t ype of information. A ls o ,ve want to op e n th e c olum n of th e lumnu s t o le tt e r s from th e A lu mni . It will ass is t us g r eat ly in OUI- w ork to hav e yo ur f rank c ri tic is m of th e ma t e ri a l w e pub li s h . lII u c h of t h e cont e nt s of th e A lumnu s ar e n e \\-s it e m s a nd d ata r e print ed from ot h e r publ icatio n s or f rom th e fil es of t h e sc h oo l or on e of th e nation a l e n g in ee rin g s oci e ti es. Ot he r than th e Pres id e nt 's pa ge, w e a re n ot att e mptin g to h a \·e a n e ditori 21 pa ge. How e ve r, w e w ill b e g la d to se t a s id e a pa ge d e \-o te d to le tt e rs f ro 111 a lu mni. P lea se le t us h a ve y o ur r eaction and co mm e nt s to t hi s idea.

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Th e ve t e ra n s hc re on th e School of :V[in es ca mpu s ha\-c or ga ni zed them se lves into a g roup ca ll ed th e Ca mpu s ' -e te ran s A ssociation. T he obj ec t of this or ga ni zation is to maintain a s piri t of c omrades hip amo ng th e r et urn e d vc t e ran st ud e nt s, he lp furth e r the r e putation th e s chool ha s ea rn e d for itse lf, and for mutual h e lpfuln ess to sc hool a nd community. The Campu s Veterans Assoc iation ha s p rim a ril y co ncerncd itse lf thi s s umm c r with t ry in g to a ll e,- iate lh e loca l hou s in g s hortage for vete ran st ud e nt s. \V ith t he lar ges t ex pec t ed e nrollm e nt thi s fall t hat lISi\1 ha s c,-e r ha d, th e hou s in g faciliti es hc re in the town a r e pitifull y inad quate . Th c s tudy of th e hou s in g sit uation wa s s tart e d la s t se m cs t l' wh e n th e fir s t influx of veteran st ud e nt s made it se lf felt he r in Roll a. A r e prese ntativ e co mmitt ee from the Camp us Vetera ns Ass o c iation m et with Pres id e nt lIiddl ebu s h last J'vIa y to d e t e rmin e th e amount of hou s in g that the university itse lf will pro v id e th rou g h s tat e and fe d e ral aiel. Th e bi g qu es tion wa s why e m e r ge ncy hou s in g had not b ee n provide d befor e th e la r ge infl ux of vetera ns arri ve d and the hou s in g s hortage beca me acute. Th e pr es id e nt 's a ns we r to thi s wa s that the federa l hou s in g a id quotas had bee n se t up on a prorated basis with Septembe r 19-Li as th e bas is. A t that tim e ther e wer e pra c tically no ve te rans on the ca mpu s as compare d with th e Spr in g '46 e nrollm e nt! Fo llowin g thi s int e r v ie w, th e V e te ran s Ass ociation se nt a s pec ial r e presenta ti ve, John Masterso n, to talk with :\l1r. O lm s tea d of th e F e d e ral Public Hou s in g Admi ni s tration at Ch ica '0. :'IIas te r s on brou g ht ba c k d efi nit e information as to ju s t what w e co uld ex pe ct in th e way of aid. Ma s t e r s on wa s ass ur e d that hou s in g unit s for 163 s in g le m e n and 59 apartm e nt s for married ve te ran s would be co n s tr ucte d befor e the fall se m es t e r. Thou g h g r ea t ly appr ec iat ed, thi s will be but a sma ll proportion of th e hou s in g nee d e d to take ca re of the expec te d e nrollm e nt. Th ese fi g ur es from C hi cago and othe r data co ll ec t ed b y th e hou s in g comm it tee were used in two s p eec hes to th e Rol la Lion s C lub and the Rolla Rotary Club b y Commander Jim Ste ph e ns of the Ca mp us V e te r a n s A ss o c iat ion. The s e s pee che s we re mad e to s o licit h e lp from th e lo ca l town s peo pl e and to initi ate ac t ion toward doin g s om e thin g cons tructi ve. Throu g h the goo d work of DaveVVi s dom, secretary of the Campu s Ve te ran s A ss o c iation , th e he lp of the Rolla Daily ~ew s was c n lis t ed in th e drive fo r mor e hou s in g . Tu es day ni g ht , Jun e I I , Mr. Leo \A,r Higley wa s th e g ue s t s peaker at th e Campu s Vete ran s m ee tin g . .Mr. Hi g ley is c hairman of th e C ham b c r of Co mm e r ce hou s in g committee, and s pok e of th e e ffort s mad e by th at bod y to promot e s peedy re li ef of th e hou s ing s horta ge. Hi s co mmitt ee work e d up on e pl a n which wa s s ub se quently oppo sed by th e City Co un ci l. At th e t e rmination of :\Ir. Hi g ley's a ddr ess, it wa s d e cided by lh c Ve te ran s prese nt to form a co mmitt ee to int e r view th e City Co uncil co nc rning th e zo nin g law s. Fo u r mem be r s of th e comm itt ee Pri ce Fr emont M ue ll e r and Guar e ke, ap p ea red befo re th~ Coul;c il Mond'a y ni g ht: Jun ", 17. Price, as c hai rman of th e comm ittee, inform e d th e Co un c il wh y th ey we r e pre se nt. H e explained what our information \\'a s concerning hou s in g, a nd what t h e CVA was attemp tin g to do. At t he e nd of th e co nfe re nc c, th e co u nci l vot ed favo rab ly to aid th e loca l hou s in g p ro g ram by te mporari ly s us pe ndin g s ome zo nin g la w s fo r t h e dura tion of th e e m e r ge ncy. No w co nt ractor s lI¡i ll be able to bui ld as many units pe r lot as t he s pace will permit, with th c res triction that th e s urp lus u nit s wi ll bc torn down at the e nd of th e s pe c ified e m e rge nc y period. Th e tOIl' n,pc:opl e of Ro ll a may g o ahead w ith s ome rea ll y constructi\'c work rO Il'a rd s o lving thi s pro bl e m. To dat e no appr ec iabl e action ha s bee n tak e n. Th e \Vo nd e rful r e putation of th c Schoo l of :'IIin es attracl S s tudenl S fr om la rge ar ca s.

A t th e beginnin g of the sp rin g sc m es te r at th e Mi ssouri Sc hool of lIIin es, on J an. 28, 19-16, the Vete ran s Adm ini s tratio n opened a Guidan ce Ce nt er in what use d to be th e Business office on th e fir s t Aoor of P a rk e r H a ll. Th e esta bli s hmen t of th e ce nt e r on the Schoo l of Min es camp us was d cem ed ne cessary for t w o rea s on s : fir s t, to tak e so m e of th e adv ise m e nt lo a d off th e R eg lon a l fllce of th e Veterans Admi ni s tration in S t. L o ui s, Mo.; a nd, seco nd , to mak e po ss ibl e mor e intim a t e con tact b etween the Veterans Administration and the la r ge num b e r of veteran tr a in ees e nt e rin g sc hool last J a nu ary. Durin g th e c lo s in g mo nth s o f 19-1j, afte r V-] Da y, t h e numb e r of application s for tra inin g und e r Pub li c Law 16 from di sc ha r ge d se r v ice m e n wit h pens io na bl e di sa biliti es in c r easc d s ha rpl y to t he point where th e St. Lo ui s R egiona l office c ould not comp lete th e lega ll y r e quir e d a d v iseme nt s in s uch cases withou t undu e d e lay to th e vete ra n. Guidance Ce nt e r s w e r e se t u p in seve r al in st itution s of hi g h e r lea rnin g in th e es tern h a lf of Mi ss ouri ( th e St. Lo ui s R eg ion) to tak e ove r the advi se m e nt of disa bl ed vete ran s makin g app li cat ion fo r trainin g who ha d c ony e ni e nt a cc ess to th e diffe re n t cente r s, thu s brin g in g nea r e r to th e dat e of appli cati on the da y on which th e ex-se n -ic e man co uld beg in hi s occupational r e habi lita tion. Th e Guid a nc e Ce nt e r at th e School of Min es do es th e ad\' ise m e nt work for applicant s for trainin g und e r Pu bl ic Law 16 who ar e r es id e nt In seve ra l co u nti es in s outh central Mi ssouri. In addition, it r e nd e r s f r ee advi sement se rvic e to any ve teran who is e li g ibl e for traini n g und e r Public La\\' 3-16 (G.r. Bill) on the yeteran' s r equ es t for s uch se rvic e, and in s o doin g , obviates th e necess it y of th e vetera n' s makin g a tri p to St. Loui s for advi se m e nt. Some of the advisement load is, therefor e, lift e d from th e St. Loui s R eg ional office. In January, 19-16, a bout five hundr e d new vete ran s tud e nt s appea r ed on th e camp us, brin g in g t h e total vetera n e nrollm e nt to 57j. In ,-ie w of this g r ea tly in creased r ea is tra tio n, th e Guidance Center on the campu s wa s es tabli s hed in part to se r ve as a liai s on officer, a ss is t in g th e yeteran in sec uring from the St. Loui s R eg iona l offic e h is s ub s is t e n ce allowances a nd other financial be n e fit s p rov id e d for b y law. In a dditio n , th e center wa s se t up for th e purpo se of brin g in g d ir ec t ly to the ve te ran train ee e n ro ll ed in the School of lIIine s th e co un se lin g or aeh' is e ment se n -ic es pro"id e d b y th e Ve te ran s Adm i n is tra tion. At prese nt th e s taff of th e ce nt e r is c omposed of a C hief, Mr. George Farrar, \\¡ho is in c harge of th e offic e and w h o act s as a vocational aeh' ise r, an d of a Train in g Officer, Mr. Pau l Evans, who s u pen'ises th e trainin g of a ll ve t e r a ns on th e ca mpu s a nd of a ll \'e t e ran train ees reside n t in th e area se rv d b y the Ce nt e r. :\ committee of the fac ult y of th e Sc hool of :'I1in es call ed the Vet e ran s S e r v ice Com mitt ee work s with th e s taff of thi s Cente r in admi n is t e rin g vario us typ es of in te r es t, aptitude, and trainin g t es t s, a n d in ass is t in g ve te r an s el ig ibl e for be n efi ts und e r e it h e r p u b lic law in th e cho ice of vocat ional o b j ec tiv es . The m emb e r s of th e fa c ulty committee, in th e par lance of th e Y etera ns Administration, a re knoll' n as Vocationa l Apprai se r s. As the veteran e n rollment in c r eases, th e liai s on work and t he advi se m e nt or co un selin g se rvic es of th e Gu idance Ce n t e r w ill a ss u m e in c r eas in g import a n ce. On t h is dat e (Ju ly I I) t he total r eg is tration of m e n trainin g und e r t h e two pub lic la\V s is 7-1-1. T he total e nrol lm e n t is 888, the la rgest in th e hi s tor y of th e s chool. Total r eg is tration for th e se m es t l' beg innin g in Septe mb e r is s u r e to r each 1800. \A,lhat e ve r th e numb e r of s t ud e nt s e nro ll ed, \- e t e ran s will compose abo u t 8.:; pe rc e nt of t h e to t al. T he fa ll sc hed ul e of cla sses ha s bee n ma d e u p to ac co mmodat e 2000 s tud e nt s, of w hom a bout 1000 wi ll b e fr es h m e n. Hou s in g facil it ies wi ll be th e limitin g factor in e nrollme nt. [very e ffo r t is be in g made to prO\' id e liyi n g quart e r s.

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ENROLLMENT AND HOUSING Tn o ur Ro lla Illes, we ha ve a s mall ba le of clipp in gs f ro m t he S t. Loui s d a il y pap e r s, t h e Rol la Dai ly N e ws a nd th e IV1in e r - a ll o f w hi c h ca rry d e tai ls of t he e ffo r ts b e in g mad e t o ho use a nd fee d 2000 s t ud e n t s at l'v1SM for th e fa ll t e rm of 19-+6. It wou ld b e an idl e ges tur e to re print ve ry ma n y of t h ese ne ws it e m s . T he ref or e w e hav e con d e nsed th e mate ri a l a s mu c h as pos s ibl e so that th e mo s t important it e m s appea r on t h is pa ge. VVe w ill mak e no com m e nt becau sc we fee l that th e news it e m s s peak fo r them se lves . How eve r, pl ease be s ur e th at yo u r ea d t h e m ca r ef ull y b eca use th e h ea d -lin es a r c r e p r odu ce d exact ly as th ey a p pea r a nd in man y ca ses , th e fin e pri nt ca r r ies a n e ntir e ly diffe re nt m ea nin g from t ha t s pread acro ss th e pa ge in th e h ead- li nes .

A dditional H ousing Unit A warded MSM N early 200 Emergency U n its are G iven to Sc h ool ; Uni ve r s ity O ffic ia ls H ere Columbi a, Mo., May 3.-Sp ec ia l to th e Dail y News-Th c fir s t of 18 10 unit s of e m e r ge nc y ho us ing allocat e d to th c Unive rs ity of M iss our i by th e F ed e ra l P ub lic Hou s in g Admin is tration to pro v id e qu a r te r s for 363 ve te ra ns att e ndin g th e lIi s o uri Sc hool of Mi n es wi ll be e r e cted in Rol la wit hi n t he next few wee ks, it wa s a nn o un ce d to d ay b y Le s li e Cowa ll, v ice p r es id e nt of th e U niv e r s it y. Cowa n a nd ot h e r uni ve r s it y o ffi c ials f rom Co lumb ia wer e in R o ll a yeste rday to co nfe r w ith D ea n C urti s L W il s o n of MSM o n th e s it e for t h e 31 0 unit s a lr eady a ss ig ne d. Som e of th ese un it s will b" p laced nea r th e s c hoo l wa te r tow e r , n o rth of Ja c klin g Gym nas ium. "Vv e e xpect to in s ta ll a ll th e 18 10 un its in Ro lla durin g th e s ummer a nd to hav e them re ady for occupancy b y fall, " Co wan stat e d. " In a dditi o n t he uni ve r s it y is makin g ove r s ix or m o r e of its own hOLLses into apartm e nt s for Ro ll a s tud e nt s. \ IVe ar e not pr e pa re d now to say how many of th e F P H A un it s w ill be m a d e a\'ai la bl e to mar r ie d vetera n s," h e s tate d. Cowa n wa s acc ompa ni ed to Ro ll a yes te rd ay by K e nn e t h Smi th, s u pe rin te nd e nt of buildin gs a nd g round s.

15 0 A dditional Units for MSM ( S pecial to D aily N ews) C hi cago, Ill.-Th e a ll oca ti o n of 6845 additio na l uni t s of vete ra ns em e r ge ncy h o us in g to muni c ipa liti es an d e du cation a l in s t itut io ns in fi ve of th e n ine mid-w es te rn s tate s 'within t he juri s di ctio n of th e C hi cago R egion a l O ffi ce of th e F e d e ral P ubli c Hou s in g' A uth o rity, wa s anno un ce d today b y O r v il R. O lm s t eaci, r eg ional dir ec tor. Th e a ll ocation includes 150 unit s fo r MSM at R o ll a, Mo., and 550 for MU a t Co lumbi a, Mo. "T h ese a ll o ca t ion s co n s titut e t h e sc co nd g r oup mad e by th e FPHA' s C hi ca g o R eg io na l Office und e r th e r e ce nt approp ri a tio n of $253,727,000 b y Con g ress to pro v id e a n additi ona l 102,000 u nit s of ve t e ra n s' e m e r ge n cy ho us in g to m ee t na tioll-"vid e n ee d s, " Mr. O lm s te ad s tat e d. T oday 's a llocatio n s, a nd furth e r a ll otment s w hi c h wi ll follow as q ui c kl y a s po ss ib le, g iv e co ns id e rati o n to on ly t he mo s t ur ge nt nee d s of vete ra n s an d th e ir fam ili es for w hi c h r e q ues t s have bee n r .:! ceive d. " Mo s t of th e new a ss ig nm e nt s w ill be fi lled b y th e COJl ve rs io n of barracks," :M r. O lm s tea d s tat e d, "w hi c h w il l be r e mod e led to s upp ly acco mm odat ions for bot h s in g le and famil y ve te ran s. T he use of bar rac ks a nd a con s id e ra b ly s ma lle r nu mb e r of Q uo n se t hut s and tra il e r s a re necessary d ue to th e fa c t t hat practica lly a ll o f t he t em po ra ry wa r hou s in g ori g in a ll y bu ilt by th e FPHA is at prese nt e ith e r occ u pi e d largely by ve te ra ns or assig ned to cit ies and sc hoo ls," A ll ne w as s ig nm e n ts mad e will b e s ubj ec t to th e exec uti o n of co ntr act s, o r amen dm e n t of ex is tin g con tract s , w ith lo ca l bodi es in o rd e r to ass ur e that th e p r oyisio ns of Con g r ess wil l be ca rri e d o ut, and to a ss ur e t he d eve lopm e nt of projects

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w hi c h meet at lea s t th e minimum s ta nd ard s of plannin g, safe ty, d e n s it y a nd sa nit a ry r e quir e mcn ts . f\ s s oo n a s s tru ctur es a re ayai la b le a nd th e s it es a r c r ea d y, th e FPHA w ill a uth o ri ze co n t ract s to di s mant le tr a n s port , c o m 'c rt a nd re e rec t th e s tr uct ur es . T he app ropriation e na bl es the FPHA to pay c o s t s of di s ma n t lin g the hou s in g a nd r e -e r ec tin g it on it s ncw s ite; res torin g t he form e r s it e, wh e re necessa ry; in s tallin g foundation s, bui ldin g s uppl e m e nta ry s id ewa lks to th e ho uses, a nd ex t e ndin g util itie s from s tr eet main s to th e ho uscs ; it w il l a ls o provide furni t ur e a nd mova ble e quipm c nt to th e ex te nt avai la bl e from s u r pl us. Du rin g thc ope ration of th c proj ects t he lo ca l bo di es m us t ag r ee to limi t occupan cy to di s tre sse d ve t e ra n s, se r vice m e n a nd th e ir fami lies, o r to s in g le vete ran s atte ndin g edu cat iona l in s titutio ns, a nd to fix r e nt a ls wit h in th e ir fi na nc ial m e an s . No pro fit s w ill be pc rm ittcd on t he usc of th e s t ru c tur es p ro vid e d [or t he em e rge ncy prog ram s inc e lo ca l b odi cs m us t ag ree t hat af te r th c pa y m e n t of ex pe nses, inc lu di n g tax cs, an d a fair a ll otme n t for th e use of t he la nd , a ny net reve nu c \I'ill b e re turn e d to t he Fe d e ra l Go ve rnm e nt a s a parti a l re turn for exp e nditur es mad e b y it. - Rolla Daily Ne ws (Ma y 3 )

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Start on 50 Duplex GI Houses Th e Rolla Hou s in g Compan y, Inc" ha s bee n form ed h e r e to build 50 d u plex h ou ses for GI marri e d s tud e nt s ente rin g th e School of Min es . Th e 50 hou s es of two unit s each would pro v id e 100 apartme n t s. Actual c on s tr uction of th e fir s t of th es e hou ses is now und e r way. Gro und wa s broke n th e oth er day for one of t he fi rs t a t 708 E a s t 6th s tr ee t. Two s t y les of hou ses will be built, on lot s acq uir ed in vario us pa rt s of town, c lo se in and mo n ly n ear ':' I SM. Thi s wi ll e liminat e "s am e n ess" of app earan ce. St y le N o. 1 will have li v in g room , bedroom , kit c h e n and bath. S ty le N o.2 wi ll hav e lil' in g room, be dro om, dinn e tt e, kitch e n an d bath. T he apprOl'e d re ntal on St y le :\0. I will be $30 pe r month, unfurni s h ed , but p r ovi d ed with hot w ater h ea t e r and heat ed with autonntic pe rf ec tion oil circ ul ator.

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Officials Ask Government to Aid in Housing Housing Program is Slowed, Officials Explain ; President Expresses ' Alarm ' Officia ls of th e Univ e r s ity of Mi ss o uri and th e Schoo l of Mi n es arriv ed in \ I\fa s hin g ton to confe r wit h g ove rnm e nt officia ls a nd to impress u pon th e m t he d ir e n ee d for exp editin g th e flow of cr iti ca l m at e ria ls fo r t he con s tr uction of bad ly nee d ed hou s in g for th e hu ge numb er of s tud e nt- ve te ran s exp e ct ed he re a nd at Co lumbi a in Septe mb e r. V ic e P r es id e nt L es li e Cowan and Ro s coe F . And e r s o n, a m e mb e r of th e Board of C urator s a nd C hairman of t h e Boa rd's Do rmit o ry Committ ee, will .ltt e mpt to pu s h throu g h a pro g ram to brin g a dditional h o us in g faci lit ies to both the S c hool of Min es and th e Univ e r s it y at Co lumbi a . C hi e f it e m of bu s in ess for th e t wo m e n wi ll be t h e bri n g in g of c riti ca l m at e ri a ls s uc h a s pipe for in s talling wa te r main s an d se w e r lin es , a nd e le ctrical e quipm e nt n ee d e d be fo r e th e propose d hou s in g can be e r e c te d. Cowa n w ill a ls o att empt to learn w h y bad ly-n ee d e d fa c iliti es a va ilabl e a t vario us g ov e rnment camp s in Mi ss ouri can( Continued to Page 25)

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NATIONAL COMMITTEE SECTION YOLll" C0111 1ll ittL e, in c lu din g th e o ffi ce rs of t h e A lu mn i A"oc iation, h a s m a d e a tho r ou g h s tudy of t h e Co n s t itut ion a n d By-Laws fo r t h e A ss ociat ion. Co mp e t e nt le g a; co u n se l ha , b cc n e n gage d to dr aw up A rti c les of A ss o c iat io n and Hy-Law s . It is b e li eve d hi g hl y d es irab le to incorpo rate t h e A lumni Assoc iati o n und e r t h e law s of th e State of Mi ss o ur i a , a non-p rofit b e n e vo le nt co r po r at ion. l3 ec a u se t h e Alumn i As s ociatio n now ha s sev e ra l S UIll S of mo ney in "ariou s fu n d s and b eca u se it is f e l t d es ir a b le to a dmini s te r t h ese and f u tu r e fu nd s on a mor e p e rma n e nt b a,is th a n in th e pa s t, t h e COll1mitt ee has con s ult ed wit h t h e t r us t officers of a la rge St. Lo ui s t r u s t company. A p ropo se d Tru s t Ag r ee m e n t is re p r od u ce d on t h e fol low in g pa ges . Enclo se d wit h th is iss ue of th e A lull1nu s is a r e tu rn po s ta l ca r d bal lot on w h ic h w e r equ es t that yo u ind icate yo u r d es ir es co n ce r nin g th e thr ee do c u ll1 nt s . Pl ea se re turn th e ba llot prompt ly as it is th e d es ir e of t h e office rs to tak e ac tion a s qu ickly a s poss ib le .

Articles of A ssociation and Constitution or

Missouri School of Mines Alumni A ssociation K NOW ALL i\ [ EN BY THESE PRESEN T S t h at w e, the un d e rs ig n e d , for t h e p u rpo se of formin g a co r po rat io n u nd e r th e La\\' s of t h e S tat e of i\l iss ouri r e lati n g to b e n e\"ole n t, re i ig iou s, sc ie n ti fic, fra t e rna l-b e n efic ia I, ed u ca tio na l a n d mi sce llan e o u s a ss o c iati Gns u nd e r A rtic le X , C hapt e r 33 of th e R \' ise d Statut es of i\I iss ouri, 1939, in connection wit h oth e r s , hav e e n te re d into th e fo ll owin g a g r ee m e nt: ARTICLE I Nam e a n d L oc a tion SECTLO:\ 1. T h e nam e of th e Associ a tion s h a ll b e " Mi ss ouri Sc h oo l of Mine, Alumni A ss ociation," SEC. 2. T he principa l offic e of th e }\ ss ociat ion s ha ll b e locat e d in . . .. .. , , ... , M iss ou ri , at a plac e to b e d es ig n ated by t h e Hoard of Di r ec to rs , and th e Board s h a ll ha ve t h e pO\\'e r and th e autho r ity to es tabli s h other office s in Mi s s ouri o r e lse w h e re in order to fac ilit ate t h e obj e ct s a nd purposes of t h is Assoc iation. ARTICLE II Durat io n Th e durat ion of thi s co rporation s hal l b e p e rp e tual. ARTICLE 111 O b j ects a n d P u r p oses Th e obj e ct s and purpo ses of th e Ass oc iation s ha ll b e (a) to c ultivat e J I' ie nd s h ip s and fo s t e r mutua l aid among its m e illb e r s , and ( b) to adva n c e th e int e r es t s an d s tan d ard s or th e Mi ss ouri Sc h oo l of Min es and M e tal lu r g y and te c h'1i ca l scie nce in ge n e ra l. A RTI CLE JY U ses De ni ed Th e Assoc iat io n s h all not b e use d for e it h e r b u s in ess o r politi ca l p Lll"p o ses , o r fo r pec u nial' Y g a in o r profit of it s m em b e r s . ARTI C LE Y M emb e r s hip Th ose e li g ible to m e ll1b e rs hip in th e Assoc iation and t h e qualifi ca tion s fo r m e ll1b e r s h ip, t h e diffe re nt cla sses of m e m b e rs hi p, a nd t h e voting an d ot h e r ri g h ts a nd p r ivi leges o f ea c h c la ss of m e mb e r s hi p s h a ll b e se t fort h in t h e By-Law s . S u c h qualifi ca tion s m ay b e c ha n ge d from tim e to tim e by By-Laws adopted to that e ff ec t.

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ARTICLE V I B o ar d o f Direc t o r s a n d O ffice r s Th e ma n ageme n t of t h e As s ociation and th e hand lin g of it s affairs s h a ll b e co n d u cted b y a Board of Direc tor s con s is t in g of s uc h m emb e r or m e mb e rs a s s h a ll b e fixed in th e By-Law s, w h ic h s ha ll a ls o p r esc rib e t h e ir qualificat io n s , t e nur e of offic e a nd manne r of e lec t io n . T h e officers of t h e A ss oc iat io n s h a ll c o n s is t of a P re s id e n t, a V ice P r es ide n t, a ec r e tary a nd a Tr eas u r e r, w h o s h a ll b e e lec t ed or appoi n ted w ith s uc h t e nu re a nd s u c h d uti es a s s h a ll b e pro\'ided in t h B y -Law s . Th e in itia l officers s hall b e tho se pe rs on s w h o se nam es a r e s ub sc r ib e d h e re to. A RTI C LE V II Alumni En dow men t Fund SECTlOK 1. T he ss oc iation may es tabli s h a n A lu m n i E n dowm e n t Fu n d and tak e s u b sc r iption s th e refo r, a nd s uch f u nd ma y al s o b e the rece pi e nt of a n y s p ec ial g ifts . Al l s u r p lu s acc ru in g from t h e ge n e ral op e ration s of th e A s.; ociation ma y b e p lac e d in s aid fun d upon act ion of t h e Board of Dir ec to rs . SEC. 2. T h e A lu m ni Endowm e nt F un d s ha ll b e he ld in t ru s t by a co r porat e tr u s tee to b e s elect e d by th e Boa rd of D irecto r s, w h o s h al l b e a u tho r iz e d to e n te r into a tr u s t a g r eeme nt cove r in g the mana ge m e n t, h and lin g, ill\'es tm e nt and d is b u rse m e nt o f th e COI'PU S o f th e fu n d . A R T I CLE V UI Am e n dm e nt s Th ese A rt ic les of A ss ociation, wit h the excep tion of f\ rti cle V II, ma y b e a l te re d or amended at an y annua l or s pec ia l m ee ti n g of th e A ss ociation, lHoyidi n g that t h e p ropo se d am e nd m e nt is mad e in writ in g a n d s ubm itt ed to t he m e mb e rs h ip at lea s t s ixty (60) day s b efore s uc h ann ua l or s pe c ia l m eet in g , A ll "ot in g o n s uc h am e ndm e nt s hal l b e' b y ba ll ot, a n d a two-thi rd s \ ot e of a ll vot es cas t s hall be r eq u ir e d to adopt a n amendm e nt. ART I C L E IX By-Laws T h e in itial noard of D ir ec tors s h al l adopt B y -Laws for t h e g over n ment of t he Associat io n, w h ic h may b e c h an ge d or amen d e d b y a major ity \'ot e of t h e m em bers h ip of th e A ss ociation pr ese nt at an a n nual meetin g or a s pe cial m ee tin g ca ll ed for t h at purpo se . I N TEST]i\I ON 'I - W H EREO ,F, we h a\'e h e re u n to se t ou r h a n d s thi s d ay or ....... . . . . . . " 1 9 ~6.

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SECTIOX 1. :\I em b e r s hip in th e :\" ociation , h a ll b e di\' idul into h\' c l a~<;es , as follo\\' s : A c tiv c Associa tc .I uni or I, i f c H onorary. SIT. 2. :\ n y a l umnu s or form e r s tud"nt of the :\Ii ,so uri c h oo l of :\Iin es a nd :\I e tallur gy may be come an A c tive: :\Icmb e r in th e A ss ociation upon t h e paymcnt of ., .00 an llu a l du<: s. SEC. 3. Any p e r s on who ha s st n -e d th e :\[i sso uri Sc hool of ~Iin es and :\I e tallur gy as a c ur a t o r or mem b e r of the fa c ult y is e li g ibl e to b ecome an ,,\ ss ociate :\I em b e r of the , ssoc ia · tion. Nomination for Assoc iat e :\'I e mb e r s hip s hall b e mad e by a n y 1\\' 0 Active .M e mb e r s of th c Association a nd prese nt e d to th e Board of Direc tor s in \nitin g . Th e Board of Direc tor s may e lec t the nomin ee, and s uch ac tion mu s t b e by una n imou s vote. An A ss ociate :\I e mber s hal l hav e th e sa m e pri\' il eges in th e As s ociation a s an Ac ti ve :\I e mb e r, exce ptin g th e ri g h t to vot e . An A ss o c iate :\{ e mb e r s hall pay th e ~ ame du es as an c t ive :\'I e mb e r. SEC. -to Any s tud e n t in g ood s tanding e nro lled in the J u nior o r S nio r C la ss of th e :\!fi sso uri Schoo l of :\.[in es and :\I eta l· lur gy may b eco m e a Junior :\'[ em b e r upon th e payme nt of 2.00 a nnual du es. Junior :\Iem b e r s s hall b e e ntitled to a ll th e pri\' il eges of th e ctive :\I em b e r s, exce ptin g th e ri g ht to \'ole. Th ey wil l be e li g ibl e to b ecome :\cti\-e :\I em b e r s at th e b eginnin g of the n ex t ca le ndar yea r followin g their g raduation. SEC ..'. Any Active M em b e r may b ecome a Lif e :\I e mb e r upon th e pay m e nt of 100.00 d ues . Thi s amo unt wi ll inc lud e a 10-y ea r s u b s c ri pt ion to th e Alumni pu b lication. I.ife :\ [e mb e r s hip s in t h e As s ociation prior to it s inco r po ration s ha ll con t inu e to b e hono red. SEC. 6. The Boa rd of Direc tor s s hall ha ve th e pow e r and a u thority to g ra n t an H onorary M em b e rs hip to any p e r s on who ha s b ee n a b e nefac tor of th e :\Ii sso uri School of Min es and :\I eta llur gy, o r to a nyon e who h as ga in e d di s tinct ion and bro u g ht c r edit to hi s pr ofe,s ion, provided s uch propo s al for Hono rary :\I e mb e r s hip h as b ee n mad e in a petition s ig n ed by tw e nty-fiv e Acti ve M e mb e r s of th e Associa tion, and p r ovided further that not mor e th a n th r ee Honora r y :\I e mb e r. hip s s hall b e g ranted in anyon e calenda r year. Hono rary Mem b e r s hip s s h a ll b e official ly awarded at th e annua l banq u e t and s hal l carry a I. ife M e m b e rs h ip with pow e r to vote, and a lso a life s ub s cription to t h e Al u mni pu b licat;on.

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SEC. 3. Th e Board of Dir ec tor s s h a ll hold me e tin g~ a t time s and p lac(;s to b e se lec t e d by it, and each m e mb e r s hall b e g i\' e n noti ce of s uc h m ce tin gs. SEC. -t. A quorum for any me e tin g of t h e Assoc ia tion s h a ll b e tw e nt y -fiv e (2,'1) mem b ers, a nd a quorum for a ny m ee tin g of th e Board of Direc tor s s h a ll b e four (-t) m e mb e r s, but ~;ny bus in ess tran sac te d b y th e Board of Directo r s s hall b e a pprO\'e d in \\'ritin g by at least a ma j ority of th e Board of I)i r ecto r s . A RTI LE III Board of Dir ectors Th e affair s and man age m ent of th e Association a re to b e und e r th e c ontrol of a Doar d o f D ir ec tors con s ist in g o f the IJ res id e nt, V ic e ,Presi d e nt, Sec retary an d Tr easu re r of the A ss oc ia tion, and th e Cha irma n 0 f eac h p e rm a n e n t COlllm i ttee provided for by t h e By-La w s of the Association. A RTI C LE I V Offi cer s SECTlON 1. Th e officers of th e Association s h a ll b e a Pre s ident, Vice Pres id e nt, Sec reta r y a nd Tr eas ur e r, a ll of whom s h a ll b e e le cted at a n a nnua l m eet in g for a te rm of t\\'O ( 2) yea r s . Th e offi ces of Sec r e tary a nd Tr eas ur e r may b e co mbin e d. A ll offi ce r s s ha ll se n -e until their s u ccesso r s a r e e lec te d a nd qua lified. The duti es of th c offic e r s s hall b e a s fol low s : (a) T h e du t ie s of the l. r eside nt s h a ll b e to pr es id e at a ll m ee t in gs , an n ounc e th e b us in ess , put a ll motion s , d eci d e tie votes , and to appoint t h e m em b e rs of s ta n di n g' or s p ec ial c ommitte es . B e s h a ll b e ex-officio member of a ll commit t ees. (b) Th e d u ti es of Vice Pres ident s h all b e those of t h e IJr es id e nt in his a b se n ce or in a bilit y to act. (c) Th e Secretary s hall k eep a r ecord of the proc eedi n gs of th e Association, s h a ll k ee p a li st of th e g raduat es of the :\Ii sso u r i School of M in es and :\I e tal lur gy, \\' ith their a ddresses and occupation s , s hall keep a r ecor d of the m e mb e r s of the A ss ociation, a nd s hall b e th e custodian of an y a nd a ll re cords, memo r ial s, or doc um e nts belo n g in g to th e A ss o c iation . He s ha ll ca u se to b e publis h e d a t leas t onc e eve r y three yea r s a book let conta inin g th e nam es , a ddr esses and oc c upation s of mem b e r s of the A ss oc iatio n , and s h a ll .m ai l a copy of thi s b ook let to each m e mber. H e s hal l iss ue notic es of a ll me e ti n gs a n d p e rform s u ch ot h e r d u ties t h at may b e as s ig ne d to h im b y the Board of D ir ec to rs . (d) T h e T rea s ur e r s hall co ll e ct a ll d u es and take char ge of a ll moneys of t h e A ss o c iat ion. H e s ha il k eep a r eco rd a nd ma k e a r e port to th e A ss o c iation at t h e ann ual m ee tin g, a nd at a ny other tim e u pon the r e qu est of t h e Pres id e nt or Boa rd of Directors . He s h a ll d e po s it a ll fund s of th e A ssocia tion in a b a n k to be chosen b y th e Board of Directors , and checks Oil th e acco un t s ha ll b e d rawn by th e Tr eas u r e r a n d co unt e rs ig n ed b y e it h e r th e Pr es id e nt or t h e Secreta r y . SEC. 2. T h e Boa rd of Direc tor s may ap p o in t a fu ll- tim e Administ rat ive Secreta ry a n d fix h is sa la r y; an d t h e Board of D irecto r s s h a ll ha\-e t h e power to e mp loy s u c h ot h e r h e lp a s may b e nee d ed to ca r ryon t h e work of t h e As s ociatio n , but in no case s ha ll th e Board of Directors employ or appoint anyo n e to se n ' e fo r a lon ge r pe r iod t h an u ntil a n e w Hoar d of Directors is e lec t ed. SEC. 3. An y \-acanci es oc c urrin g in an y of th e e lec tiv e offic es s ha ll b e filied by t h e Board of Direc tor s. S u c h appointee s ha ll se n -e until hi s s u ccesso r is e lec t ed. I n th e case of a \-a cancy in th e offic e of Pr esi d e nt, t h e Vic e Pre s id e nt , ha ll fill th e "a ca n cy. .-\RTI C LE V Election of Officers SECT ION 1. Th e ~omination s Comm it tee s ha ll cam' a ss t h e m em b e r s h ip an d p laCe in n omi nat ion o n e o r mo re ca ndid a t es for eac h e lec ti ve offic e of t h e .-\ ss ociat io n. SEC. 2. Ba ll ots c ontain in g t h e names of th e candidat es pl<l ce d in nomination by t h e )Jominatio n s Committee s ha ll

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Thi s ind e ntur e of tr us t, mad e a nd e nt e r ed into thi s . . ... . . .. da y of .. , 19-t6, b y a nd betwee n M I SSOU RI SCH OOL OF MI NES ALUMl\I ASSOC I AT I ON , a be nevo le n t a ss ociati o n in co rporat ed und (; r th e law s of t he S ta te o f M iss o uri, h ere inafte r s o m e tim es ref e rr e d to as "G rantor," a nd THE BOATMEN'S N A T I O~ A J. I3ANK OF ST. LOU I S, <l co r po ra t io n of t he C it y of St. Lo ui s , Sta t e of Mi ss o ur i, he r e in after refer r ed to as "T ru s t ee," WIT NESSET H, that: vVHEREAS th e Granto r d es ir es to es tabli s h a n e ndo\ovm e n; · fund at tl; e it y of S t. Loui s , Sta t e of Mi ss o ur i, th e in come from w hi c h is to be used to provid e sc ho lar s hip s, fe llows h ips , resea rc h wo rk a nd s pec ial in s tru c tion for th e Mi ss o uri Sc hoo l of Min es a nd M e ta llur gy , at Rol la, Mi sso uri, a nd its s tud e n t bod y; NO \ ,y, T H E R EFO RE , th e s aid G ra n tor, in co ns id e rat ion of t he s um of O ne Dolla r ($ 1.00) an d oth e r g oo d a nd va luable con s id e ratio ns, r eceip t w he r eof is h e reb y ack nowl ed ge d, has ass ig ne d, tran sfe rr ed, co n veye d, se t ove r a nd d e live re d , a nd by th ese prese nt s d oes he r e by assi n, tran s fe r, se t ove r a nd d e li ve r unt o s a id Tr us tee th e s um of . .. . . ....... Do ll ar s ($ . . . . .. ), w hi ch s aid amo unt, to ge th e r wi th any ot he r s u m s, se c uriti es o r o th e r property w hi ch may be tran s ferred o r co n veyed to or d e pos ited w ith said T ru s tee by th e G ra n to r or a n y oth e r pe r s o n und e r th e te r m s he r eof, s ha ll con s titut e th e tru s t es tat e. ~I e mb e r s hip T O HAVE AND TO H O LD t h e same unt o sa id Tr us t ee, Nomi na tion s . it s s uccesso rs a nd a ss ig n s 11- TRC ST, u po n th e te r m s a nd P ubli c R e latio ns . co ndi tio ns, for t he uses a nd p urp o ses, a nd w ith th e pow e rs SEC. 2. T he A thl e ti cs Co mmitt ee s hall con s is t of fiv e (5) a nd du ties, as fo llow s : members, \I·ho se duti es s hall b e to kee p inform e d o n th e 1. Tr us tee s ha ll have full power a nd a uthor ity to mana ge athl e tic s itu at ion at t he Mi ,s o uri Sc hool of Mi n es a nd M et- a nd c ontrot th e t ru s t es tat e, a nd to se ll , ex c ha nge, lea se, allur gy , a nd to fo s te r a th let ics and phy s ica l trainin g for s ture nt , mo r tg a ge , pled ge, a ss ig n, tra ns fe r or oth e rwi se d is po se d e nt s and a ss is t in th e m a int e nan ce of a s ucce ss ful at h le ti c of a ll o r a ny pa rt t he reof, u po n s uch t e rm s a nd c ond ition s as p r ogram a t th e Sc hoo l. it may see lit, and it may il1\'es t a nd r e in ve s t a ll or a ny pa rt S EC. 3. T he C u rricula a nd R esea rc h COlllm ittee s hall co nof th e tru st es ta te in s uc h s to c ks, comm on a nd prefe rr ed , sist of lil·e (5) m e mb e r s, \I·ho se d uti es s hall be to keep the d e b e n t ur es, s ha res or participatio ns in any co mmon fund , Alumni in formed in r egar d to th e co ur ses of in s t ru ctio n at bond s, not es , sec uriti es o r oth e r prope rt y a s it may a ppro ve th e Mi ss o ur i Sc hoo l of Min es a nd M eta llur g y, a d vise a nd as prop e r in ve s tm e nt s for th e t ru s t es tat e, a nd it may ma ke a ss is t th e fa c ult y in bui ldin g up a nd maintainin g a s trong a nd c ha n ge s uc h in ves tm e nt s from ti m e to tim e acco rdin g cu r ric ulum , con du ct r esea rc h a s to th e s ta ndin g a nd co ndito it s di sc r et ion. Tru s tee s hall hav e fu ll pow e r to d e te rmin e ti o n of A lumni a nd mak e reco mm e nd at ion s a s to how t he ir w he th e r any mo ney o r other p r op e r ty comin g in to it s hand s, conditi o n may be be tt e re d, a nd coo pe rate w ith t h e Fi na n ce \ conce rn in g w hi c h t he r e may be any doubt, s ha ll be con s id COlllmit tee in th e operat ion of th e Al umni E nd owme n t e re d as a part o f th e pr in cipa l o r in co m es of t he tru s t es tat e, Fund. a nd t o apportion between s uc h prin c ipal and in co m e a n y EC. -t. Th e F in a nce Com mitt ee s hall co n s is t of fi ve (5) los s o r expe nditur e in conn ect ion w ith th e t ru s t es tat e as to me mb e rs, \-v ho se duti es s ha ll be to make a n a udit of th e it may seem ju s t a nd eq uit a bl e. b ooks of th e Assoc iation a nd p r ese n t a re po r t to t he Boa rd 2. G ra n to r o r any ot he r pers on or corporation may he reof Direc tor s, p r e pa re th e an nu a l bu d get, a nd s up e r v ise th e af t e r, from timc· to tim e, pay ol·e r or d e li ve r a dditional s um s ope ra tion of th e A lu mni Endowme nt F und. of money, sec uriti es or ot he r property to T ru s tee, to be he ld, SEC. 5. The ~Iem b e r s hip Comm itt ee s ha ll co ns is t of fiv e inl'es ted and di s tri bute d b y T ru s t ee as an ad dition to the (5) m e mb e r s, w hose d uti es s ha ll be to ca l1\'a ss t h g ra duat es tru s t es tat e, a nd in t he ma nn e r a s is he r e in pro v id e d. o f t h e Mi ss ouri Sc hoo l of ·M ine s an d M e ta llur gy a nd to d o If a ny money , sec uri ties o r ot he r proper ty come s int o t he el'eryt hin g po ss ib le to e nli s t and enco urage th e g r a duat es to ha nd s of Tru s t ees by d ev ise, be qu est or g ift , it s hall be furb (; come m em be rs of t he Associa tion. It s ha ll al s o adv ise ni s he d w ith a copy of any in s trum e nt ev id e nc in g s uc h d ev ise, wit h a ll mem be rs o f t he Se ni o r and Junior c lasses at th e be qu est o r g ift, a nd s hall b e bound by it s term s rega rd in g Sc hool rega rdi ng t he ir becom in g Ju nior M e mb e rs of th e the in vest m e n t a nd handli n g of th e mon ey o r oth e r p r ope r ty A ss ociat io n, a nd s ha ll a ls o p lace t he a dl'a nta ges of A ss ociate co n veye d b y sa id ins trum e n t. M (; mb e rs hip befo re th e m e mbe rs a nd fo rm e r memb e r s of 3. Tru s te e s ha ll ha ve pow e r to e xe rc ise a ll cO Il\'e r s ion , th e fa c ul ty w ho m ay be e lig ib le. s ub sc ription , vo tin g a nd ot he r ri g ht s of w hal e l'e r nat u re SEC. 6. T he No min a tion s Co mmitt ee s ha ll co ns is t of five pe rt a inin g to a n y sec urit ies w hi c h may come in to it s ha nd s, (.;) m e mb e rs, who se d uti es s ha ll be to s tu d y th e reco rd s a nd a nd to g ra nt p ro x ies, di s c r e tio nary or othe rw ise, in re s pect a cco mpl is h m e nt s o f m e mb ers of th e Associat io n a nd s ubmit t he r eo f. If Tru s te e s h o uld r ece ive t he co n t rol lin g s tock in t o th e m e mb e r s hi p at it s a nnu a l meeti n g a s late of nom in ees a n y bu s iness, it s ha ll have th e pow e r to continu e to ope rate fo r eac h e lectil'e offic e. sa id bu s in ess, s ubj ec t to th e r eco mm e nd at io n a nd app roval SEC. 7. 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n ot b e mad e avai la bl e [o r use at Ro ll a and Co lumbi a . ow a n exp lai n e d b e fo r e leavi n g fo r \IVa s hin g ton that h e had fo und a la r ge amo un t of mu c h-n eede d e quipme nt at var iou s Army cam ps a nd ot h e r g ov e rn ment buildin g p roj ec t s in t h e Stat, a nd that s ince that tim e h e ha s b ee n un ab le to ex p edit e th e Aow of th ese faciliti es to th e U ni ve rs ity. T h ese in c lud e ca fe te ri a s a nd cafe te ri a e quipm nt, badly n eeded both at Rolla a nd at C olumbia, h e ex p la in ed. H e re at R o ll a, w h e r e eve ry e ffo r t is b ei n g made b y Sc hool of Min es offic ia ls a nd local townspeop le to m a k e a rrangeme nt s to ta k e care of t h e influ x of n ea rl y 2000 s tud e nt s in th e fa ll, t h e s it uat ion is mu c h th e sa me. Mo s t U ni ve r s it y offic ia ls are bl a min g t h e mil es of lega l red tap e t h at h ave s lowed th e mov em e nt of v ita ll y -n ecessary e q uipm e n t to th e sc hoo ls. Frederick A. ;VIiddl e bu s h, pr es ide n t of t h e U ni versity of Mis s o ur i, s a id that h e "wa s a la rm e d " at the s lown ess at whi c h th e h o u s in g pro g ram wa s movi n g . " VVe a r e g oin g to a pp ea l to the \ IVa s hin g ton officia ls to ge t th e matte r s t rai g h t e n e d o ut in orde r that w e may h e lp th e ve t e ran s," h e sa id. Offic ial s at Roll a ha ve a ls o e xpre ss ed c once rn at t h e way th e pro g ram h a s b een movi n g, and forecast that th e sc hool 's e ntir e pro g r am for ve t e ran s mi g h t b e s ty mi ed unl ess th e g ove rnm e nt h ou s in g l)!'o g ram is mo ve d a h ead w ith g r eat s p ee d. -Roll a D a il y N ews (Jun e 17)

More Housing for MSM Ft. Wood Property will be Used Here - Lesli e C owan Makes Announc ement in W as h ington ; 100 Units Secu red Was hin g ton , Jun e J9.-(U.P.)-Les li e C owan, v ice pr s id e nt of t h e ni ve r s ity of Mis so uri , sa id today th at h e hop e d h e had obtain e d 100 e merge n cy hou s in g u ni ts for the facu lty of the U ni ve rsi ty and t h e Sc hool of Min es. H e s aid the hou si n g probably wo ul d b e obtained from Ft. Leonard V\Too d . A fi nal d ecisio n on th e fac ult y h o u s in g wi ll b e ma d e w it h in 24 hour s, Cowa n sa id. Cowan a nd Ro sc o e A nd e r s o n, a m e m b e l' of th e Boa rd of C ur ato r s , con fe rr ed with officia ls of t h e FHA , t h e l iVar As se t s A dmini st rati o n , th e RF C a nd th e N a vy D e part me n t. "'v\T\; ar c s till c h as in g a wi ll of t h e wi s p, but I t hink w e ha ve t h e ho u s in g an d so m e mate ri a ls lin ed u p, " Co wan to ld a r e porter. Sc hool of Min es officia ls, when in fotme d toda y by th e Dail y News that Cowan h a d b ee n ab le to sec ur e a dditi ona l ho u si n g fo r jvI SM s tud e nt s, w e r e hi g hly p lease d. D ea n C ur tis L. \ iV il s on o f t h e sc h oo l was o u t of town today and co uld not b e reac h e d for c omm e nt, bu t o th e r offic ia ls sai d t h at th e a ddition a l h o u s in g m eant th at t h e sc ho o l wou ld-b e· ab le to g o a h ea d with its t r eme nd o u s expan s io n pro g ram a nd wou ld b e ab le to tak e ca re of at lea s t a portion of th e g ig antic influ x of s t ud e nt-v e t e ra n s exp ec t ed in Sep t em b e r. -Roll a Daily New s.

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b a dl y dam age d by fir e in D ece mb e r 19-+ 5. They a r e pr ese ntly occ up y in g a h ous e on Pi n e s tr eet but h op e to b e in th e ir own hou se agai n in time for th e co min g Fall Se m ester. Th e Kappa S igs a r e livin g in th e o ld D r. McRa e hou se on State s tr eet and w e s om e tim es wo nd e r a bout s ome of th e ir ac tiviti es. N ot lon g a g o a U nit ed S tat es A r my rec ruitin g s ig np ip e up ports and a ll - g race d th e ir front lawn fo r a co upl e of da ys 1£ y ou want to j o in up-ge t in tou c h wit h a Kappa S ig. A nd s o to clo se thi s ramblin g di sse rt at ion! VVe rem ind y ou aga in that N ov. 2 to 9, 1946 is t h e t im e for t h e 75t h A nni ve r s ary ce lebra tion. VV e co uld wr it e a who le lot a b ou t Ro ll a activit ies a nd w ha t g o es o n at MSM - but yo u ca n s p e nd a few day s (or a ll w ee k ) h e r e and see fo r yo ur se lf that :,,'I SM a nd Rol la a r e d e finit e ly g oin g forwar d.


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dri,'c, E l Paso, Texa s. 1901 \ 'Va lbr id ge H. Pow ell a nd Mrs. P we ll attend· cd the g raduati o n exercises at 'Nest Po in t, K.Y., 011 J Ulle 4. 11r. P o we ll wa s a cadet at the i\I ili · tar y Academy in '9 7 a nd '98 as a mem ber of th e Class o f 1901. 1906 \ V r ilin g from Cuba, Joh ll 1\1. B rook s Jr. say s that J. G. J-I e nderso ll 1-13 w ill 500 11 arr ive to take over the engi neer i1l g job at the m in e. John' s ad d ress is j\·l ataha mbre, Pin a r del Ri o, Cub a. 19 07 For the next few mont h s \<Vi lliam C. Perkin s. wh o i s work in g out o f the 4th regional office of the Ci vi l Ae ronauti cs Admini st r at ion, is ncar

O pelo usas, wh il e hi s perma nent address is c/ o CAA , Box 1689, l'o r! W o rth , T ex. 1909 A. D. Bryant ex·09 is with the Si li ca Corpo ra. t ion , Box 407, O ttawa, Ill. E d gar J. W olf is bra n c h m a n ager fO l' the Underwrite rs Adju s ti ng Compan y, 72 1 Ill inoi s Na tio ll a l ]~a n k B u ild in g, Quin cy, IlL , wi th his hom e at 2639 Ve rm o n t s tree t, Quin cy, Ill. 1912 P aul E. Coas k e is w it h the Superi o r Products Company, 109 ] 0 Kin ros s ave nu e, F. A . Vvilli ams B u ildi ng, W est L os An ge le s 24, Ca l. I-li s home is at 1963 Selb y ave nu e in W es t Lo s A n gele s 25. Eugen e L . Helton is in th e re s ea rch d epan· men t of tbe Caterpill ar Tracto r Company in P eo ri a, III. I-li s ho m e is at 259 R a ndo l ph aven ue , P eo ri a.

1913 J a lll e :) H opki ns ha s le ft Ca rl sb ad, N.11. , a nd may be reached c/o E . W. E lli s, 3600 T h irtyninth Street N .\V ., \,ya shin gto n, D .C. 191:') S. R . H at c h is li vin g at 9 14 Se \'enth s treel, Do uglas, A ri z. . 19 16 Ja mes L. Head has been appo ill te d con s ultall t 0 11 non· fe n-o u s me ta ls and ores to the S ur p lus Prfl penr Div is io n o f the W ar A sse ts A d m in istrat io n. ]-1e w ill s erve w ith o u t compensat io n a s he s ti ll is wit h the Chi le Exp lo ra t io n Co m pa ny. Joh n :M . Schuman an d .1\1 I' s. Schu m a n of R o ll a were at \ Ve st P o int o n Jun e 4 to s ee the ir son , Joh n l\L J r. rece ive h is d egree from the :M ili ta ry Ac ade m y a nd h is com mi ss io n as secon d li e u te na nt , Qu art e rm as te r Co rp s, ·U .S. A rm y. 1917 Wi lli a m I I. K amp ha s 2334 R ochester , K .C. 5, '.\1 0 ., fo r h is mai lin g add re ss . ] ro wa rd J. Teas is a m e mb e r o f a fi r m o f c ivil e1 1g in eers a nd s u rveyors in the I-Iome la nd Bld g., :t\1 a lve rn e, N .Y . I-l owa rd 's SO il , Wi ll iam , is in the a rmy s tatio n ed i n the Philipp in es bu t ex pec ts to en ro ll a t M S /II thi s fall. I-[owa rd li ves at 73 S i eve ll s s treet, Freepo rt , N .Y. 1921 P. G. Fo rman is w n h the In d u str ial Si lica Corporat io n, Yo un g s tow n ] , Ohi o. I-I e is li vin g at 4 139 \ ,V ind so r ro ad , in Y o un g s to wn. IJi s SO il , IJug F o rm an, is plannin g to e nro ll at :M S ~1 th is fa ll. 1922 Stanl ey Hayes is wo rk in g fo r th e R eco ll s lru clic :1 V' ina nce Compan y ill the e ng in ee rin g di v i-

s iOIl . Iri s hO ll le is at 4404 S t. Joh n ave nu e, K a nsas C ity, ·M o. Eve rett r. An d rews is w ith the SOCO ll \,c uu m O il Co ., B ogota, Co lo mbi a, a s c hi e f ~ f the ex plo rat io n de pa rtm e nt. E d w in G. ( T ed) M ach in is s ec re ta ry and gene ra l m anage r fo r the "Va shin g to n Coun ty L u m ber a nd Build e rs' S u pply Co mpan y. Box 188, N a shv ill e, Til., is hi s mail in g- addres s. G. S . Wym a n, m in e s u perill te nde nt , C hil e Ex· plo rat io n Com pa n y, Ch uq u ieamata, Ch il e , ar · rived in the State s la te in 'M ay fo r a we ll -ea rn ed vac at io n, h is fi rs t v is it bac k s in ce Ja nu ary 1941 . Ch il e Exp lo ra ti o n is co ntinuin g co ppe r pro du cl ion at its wa r t illl e rate o f 530,000,000 po un d s an nu all y and it is " W y 's" jo b to ins ure s uch produ c li o n b y mining so m e 56,000 lo n s o f o re pe r cla y toge th e r w ith an additi o nal 25,000 to ns of ove rburden. U is t wo y o un g 50 11 5 a re at Bl a ir Acade m y, Bl air s tow n, N .J. 1923 Ira rr y C. Loes c h e is st ill in P hoe ni x, Ari z., at 2 11 U.S. Cou .·! H o us e Bui ldin g. 1926 J ames D. Crawford is dre dge s upe rinte nd c nt fo r the ·U . . . S m e lt in g, Refin ing a nd i\1inin g Co., at Fa irba nk s, A las ka. ]-I. is ma ilin g add re ss is B ox 1304, F a irban ks. Jim w rite s "H ow a bo ut sho w in g th e whe rea b o ut s o f mem bers o f the Clas s of '26 in th e A lu mnu s." M. A. Ledford h a s 133 1 M e lli e E s pe r so Jl Bld g ., H o u s to n, T ex., fo r hi s bu s incs s ad dress. 1927 Jlarr y A. Bobroff is w ith the Affto n M-aci1 in e a lld 'M fg . Co ., In c., Lindb e rgh a nd T e ss II roads, Afl to n 23, :M o.

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R. II. Wig htman now has Oro Grande, Cal., 1936 for his m a ilin g address. l I ilbert F. Michel is no w li vlilg at 322 6 C01" O ~ Robert F. M cCaw v is ited fr iend s a nd re latives nado road, Kan sas City, :M o. Ba s il N. O s min ex- ' 36 is a welding con sultant , in Rolla ove r the Easter ho liday s. Bob is with the General Cab le Corporation in Chicago, Ill. s peciali zing in the orga nization of we lding 1928 schools and train in g of new we lde r s, with office s Cha rl e s F. Herbert is with the Safety Engiat R oom 511, 475 l'ifth avenue, New York 17, ll eering depart ment, Bitumi n ous Casualty Corp., New York. Rock I sland, I ll. E lmer Ki rchoff ha s been d ischa rged from the Lt. Col. VV. Amble r Jr. was on t he campu s armed forces and is with the Auto Spec ialtie s April 30 . I-I e is on leave from military service 'M anufact ur ing Company. I-lis home is at 19 26 Fone s ave nu e, St. J oseph, :M ich. a nd is temporari ly li vin g at 59 15 \\Ta sh in gton bou levard , St. Lou is, l\{ o . J'I e spent 34 mo n th s ~ vViliiam Schwalbert has changed h is re s idenc e over sea s in the African-l\{iddle Eas t theater and tram 624 W. Delaware, T o led o 10, to 3824 ]\I1a x we ll road, T o ledo 6, Ohio. in the China-Burm a-India theater . Maj . J10w ard B. Moreland is now with the Recentl y di scha r ged from the armed force s, 1154th Engr. Combat Group, Fort Lewis, \~Ta s h. ~al11e s I-I. M enefee is li vi ng at 1206 Lee s treet, Burl Y. Slates ha s been discharged from the Jefferson City, l\{o. army a nd is now livin g on Rural R o ute 10, Since returning to inactive duty fr om th e n avy North Kan sa s City , NIo. in January, \,Vi llard A . Baker has been o n hi s 192 9 o ld job with Pub li c Service Company of Okla· Enoch A. Youn g is li ving at 109 E . Sta ns ifer homa a s an indu stria l en gineer in the new bu s iavenue, Jeffersonvi ll e, Ind. ness department. \,Vi ll ard writes "I want t o l\1aj. J o hn I-I. Hahn has a new army address. thank yo u for sendin g the (Alumn u s' the pa st It is 8t h Army Auto n1a in t. Sch., APO 343, c/ o year. I t ha s he lped me keep up wi t h the new s at Post master, San Franc isco, CaL ~S?,,[ and of the A lumni. " \Vill ard's home is at R, S. Di ttmer has Box 11 64, Chattanooga, 2738 E . Newton p lace, Tul sa, Okla. Tenn" for hi s mailing addre ss. '/:t, Capt. Edward C, Fi ss is no longer a member 1930 (\of the United States Army. S ince hi s discharge, Lt. Com. Ralph L. Wrog ht is stat io ned in the Edward ha s been emp loyed by the Duke P o we r Public vVo rk s Office, Green Cove Spring s, Fla. Company, I nd ependence, Kan, I-li s mailing address is 237 N . 1\1ain s treet, lIill svVi lIi am G. T wyma n is w ith the A . P. Green bo r o, Ill. Fire Brick Com pany with a h o me address o i C. James Grimm has j u st l'eturned from Ger16 14 So. \"'estern, :M exico, Nio. many after several years s pent in Engla nd and 1937 Germa n y as con su ltant engi neer fo r the U . S. \'V endell J. Barr is with th e Pat ino l\1ines and Army. Ji m is making his home with hi s parent s Enterprises, L la ll agua, Bolivia, S .A. in R olla, his address being Box 105 . Since his d isch arge fr o m th e armed force s, K. R . Neal ha s recent ly moved fr om l\1iami, R obert P . Cherry has been san itary engin eer in Ok la., to Gai n esvill e, Tex. 1-l is address now is 'vVichita . I-li s a ddress is 828 N . P oplar st ree t, Box 329 in Gainesv ill e . Wichita 6, Kan. 193 2 " E . 'AT. Loga n wa s on the campu s on l\1ay 1 TO George F. Barnwell ex-' 32 ha s for h is bu s ine ss !\talk before the. s tudent branch of the American addre ss 26 Broadway, Ro om 632, New Yo rk 4, In stitute of Electrical Engi neers . Ed is ch ief New York. elect ri ca l engin eer of Emerson E lectric l\1anuDi scharged from the ar m y recently, :.\1aj. facturing Co., Arament Divi sion, St. Loui s, l\'1 o. Arth u r J. Hoeman is n ow wo r king for the Union Hi s home address is 7 Granv ue d ri ve, Belleville, Electric Company of Nli sso uri at 315 N . Twelfth Illin o is. boulevard , St. Louis, Nro. Hi s home is at 8 On terminal leave from the army, :Maj. Fred \\Teb ster Acres, \Veb ster Groves 19, l\10. Vogt is now at ho m e at 8 10 W . 10th stree t, 1933 R o ll a, M o . V i-'"gil J. Dodson vi sited the campus n{ay 20. Elmer VV. Vol z has 10 Bartlett street, New Virgil has set u p an offijce of Co n sul ting EngiBrun swick, N .J., fo r h is home add r ess . neers at l\1at too n , Ill. I-l is home address is 33 16 193 8 Champaign street, :M attoon, I ll. A ll en D. Bliss wa s o n the ca m pus on Ju ne 10. Ted Swiberiing wa s on the ca m pu s on n1ay 17. A ll en is Chief P lant Indu st rial E n gi n eer with Ted is with the St. J oseph Lead Company at the A lumi num Company of America, Lo s A nge lB on ne T err e, 1\'10., and h is home is at 402 I-Iuff es, Cal. I-li s home addl-ess is 9324 Yz l\.fad ison Cour t in B o nne Terre . aven ue, South Ga te, Cal. S up erior Laboratorie s, 360 T welhh , Bent on C. C. Van D eve nter gives the follow in g as his }-Iarbor, 1\1ich ., is the bu s ine ss address of Claude add ress : E. 1. Du Pont de Nemo ur s Compa n y, S. Abshier. He li ves at 784 Broad\\'av street in Inc., Explosives Department, Room 553 1, N eBent o n T{arbor. ~ mour s Building, W il mington, Del. . Cha rl es C. Radd ha s returned to employ ment Alv in \ \T. Knoerr is st ill Assoc iate Ed itor of with the G ulf Oil Corporation. } [i s addre ss is E :l gi ne ering & :M ining J o urnal, 330 \Vest 42nd 533 South Erie street, Tul sa, Ok la . s treet, New York 18, N . Y . He li ves at 660 Arthur J. Williams Jr. will be di scharged in L o.cust street, nit. Ve rn on, N .Y . Jul y from the army w ith the rank of Lieu tena n t Richard G. Prough is e m ployed by the Un it ed Co lon el. Arth ur spen t two years over seas in the 'as Pipe Line Company, United Ga s Bu il din g, E ur opean theater and wear s tw o battle stars. }Ie I-Iou s ton, Tex. will retunl to h is employment with the U . S. J esse S. L e Grand is with the Federal TeleEng in eer s after his term inal leave ha s expired. commun ication Labo rator ies at 500 \'V ash in gton Hi s home address is 2320 Cleveland avenue, avenue, N u tley, I-lis home is at 16 Lloyd Gra ni te C ity, Ill. Cou r t, in N utley. 1934 J. R. M c Clo skey ha s recentl y m oved fr om A lt hough hi s permanent home is at Sr.Char le s, Baxter Spr in g s, Kan., to 6 10 'YV. Che rr y s t reet , hio., Wi lfred \V. Wes terfeld is now livin g at Ca r bo nd a le, Ill. 726 O st l'om s treet, Syracu se, N. Y., whi le he is Y Eugen e F. Hill s tarted wo rkin g with the head of t he bio-che mi stry department of the { Ethyl Corpor at ion in nfal-ch a s resea rch su per· t medical dep ar tme nt at Syracu se Un iversity. v iso r . J-Ie is now in cha l'ge of the work on syn193 5 theti c detergent s a nd related material s. Hi s L . C. Sp iers na s plan s to o pec a con sultin g ho m e is at 2299 1 No rfo lk, Detroit 19, n1 ich. eng-i neel'in g office o f hi s own in Jul y o r Augu s t. Ife Ji ves at 570 1 Gifford , 11aywood, Ca l. H o racia A. Fernandez has C. d el R oyo No. 5, Parra l, Chih, l\iex ., for hi s p re sent add r es s. Rud o lp h J. Knoll has 3 10 Belleri"e bo ul evard, St. Loui s 11 , ;"\1 0., fo r hi s address. Burr V a n Turner wa s o n the campu s o n l\1ay Geo r ge T. Nolde cance ls hi s overseas address IS . Van is a li eutenant com m ander in the n avy and g ive s 719 Ru precht , Lemay 23 , n10., fo r hi s a nd is being a ssigned to g l'aduate s tudie s in on"e mailing addr e ss . of rhe nava l s choo ls in the U nit ed States. lIi s Da ni e l Weissm a n ha s been di scharged fr om add r es s is un certain at thi s tim e. serv ice and is living at 754 8 S. 120th, Seatt le 88, Henry W . Kuhlmann is re search eng ineer for Wa sh . the Battel le l\1em ol'i a l In st it ut e at Co lumb u s,

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Ohio. " Butch " is living at 1327-20th avenue, Columbu s, Ohio. 193 9 Lt. C0111. R. P . Haviland v is ited th e campu s on June 11. l I e is with the B ureau of Aerona utics in Wa shin gto n, D.C., wi th hi s home at 3189 S . Sta ffo rd , Ar lin g t o n, Va. 1-1aro ld C. Mill er is tak in g graduate work in y phys ic s at Co lum bia U ni versity. I-li s address is "\ Apt. 53, 611 West 13 6th street, New York, N.Y. Capt. vVi lli am R. Rea wa s o n the campu s o n l\!{ay 31. Bill is ju st ba ck from severa l year s af mil ita r y duty in China. I-Ie is vis it in g at h is h o me in Carrollton, :M o. lIe expect s to b e di scharged aro un d July 1. Dona ld D . Burri s is now li ving at 66 16 K imbark ave n ue, Chicago, I ll. I-li s la st stati o n in the ar m y be in g MacDi ll Field, F la., Capt. A r thur W . Clark son no w gives Route 2, I-Iannibal, 1\'10., for hi s add r e ss . Since hi s d ischat'ge as a Captain in 1\1arch. Albert L. Tetley ha s been worki n g for the T ennessee Coal Iron Railroad Co mpany at Be ssemer, 1-\ l a . Albert v is ited the campu s o n June 17. IIi s h o m e addr ess is 1930 Dartm o ugh in Be ssemer. 1940 Daw son C. Pinnet gives 11 2 N. 1\1ain, Carroll ton , ~\10 _ , for h is home address. Armin J Tu cker has taken a po s ition with American Overseas A ir lin es, La Gua rd ia Field, Queen s, ) LY . I-Ie is l-e s ici in g temporari ly at 1-l-l- 08 Roosevelt ave nu e, F lu shi ng, N .Y. Lt . Col. "Valter P. Leber is now a ssigned to the ~1al1hatta n P roject o n atomic energy re. search at Oak Ridge, Tenn. , a nd he is livin g at 205 East Tennessee ave nu e in Oak Ridge. Lawre nce R. Hink en is livin g at 824 S. 8th avenue, La Grange, IlL Kenneth T. Wilhite ex-'40 is a lieutenant co lonel in the ai r CO l' pS w ith headq uarters at n1yrtle Beach Ar m y Air F ield, :Myrtle Beach, S .c. John F. Reed is n o w plant manager for Manning, Maxwell & 1\1:oore, Inc., in Tul sa . I-lis ho me addr ess is 1234 N . E l wood, Tu lsa, Okla. 1941 ~\'1oving from 6036 Water m a n b o ulevard, Walte r K. D ea n 110W live s at 435 N . Eli za be th ave nu e, St . Louis 21, :M o . Carl Kind is on hi s way home fr o m the Philippines for h is discha rge, havi n g served as an AET:M in CASU F- 60 all Samar. Ro bert E . S chweitzer is now out of serv ice and is wo r k in g for the Du Pont Grass elli , East Chicago, Ind. Hi :; home is at 4 134 I-lohman, 1-I3ll1mo nd , Ind. l\1aj . Natha n D. Jaff e was o n the campus Apri l 24. Nathan has ju st returned from fo ur year s over seas a nd wear s three batt le stars in~ I uding that of The Battle of the Bu lge, Northern F r a n ce and The Rhine land Ca m pa ig n. Hi s home a ddr e ss is 1390 n1 o un tc1air avenue, St, Lo u is, Mo , Capt. E ugene Boyt wa s o n the campus o n Apri l 30 . Ge n e is vis it in g at the home of h is un cle, Dr. A . S . Mc F a rland , at North Pine o n J-lighway 66 in Rolla. He g ives 4 13 S. Br istow, Drumright, Okla ., as his mai ling add ress . Ernest F. King has moved fr om 34 Naha nt s treet to 9 Kensington Pa rk, L y nn, :M ass. Stat io ned overseas with the I-Iq. 31st \¥eather Sqd., APO 953 , c/ o Po stma s ter, Sa n Franci sco, Ca L, Capt. vVi lli am L. N esley g ives 4223 Fail· aven u e, St. L oui s, 1\10., for hi s mailing address . F r ed I-I. Hoener gives 400 Pal' la n e, Kirkwood 22, :.\fo., a s hi s home addre ss . ~1aj. I-Iaro ld R . Wampl er is on ter m ina l leave fr om military d u ty and is li vin g at hi s home at 203 Tay lor st r eet, Cr ysta l C ity, M:o. I-Iarold vis ited the campu s on l\f ay 17. Capt. Robert C. Silhavy is wi th I-lead qu arter Commandant, ETC, Ft . Be lvo ir, Va. I-li s home is at 8969 O ld en ave nu e, St. Loui s 14, :.\{o. Although Lt. (jg) Anthony C. Pautler is statio ned in San Diego, Ca l. , he g ives 403 Oak St., 'Union, l\1 0., for hi s mailing ad dr ess. \,V illiam E. Crockett n o w r esides at 1617 N. New Jer sey, Indianapo lis. I nd . On A p r il 22 Kenneth L . Hardine Jr. wa s separated from t he navy a nd has been " loafing" aroun d here in Galesburg, I ll. As yet Kenneth ha s no definite plan s but he hopes- to fi nd eJll-

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Fl ee t, Navy J3a s e, Philad e lp hia 12 , Pa. !\l. O. Stri c kl er ha s b ee n d is c ha r g ed fr o m mili . tar y s c rvi ce a 1l d is li ving- tem p ora r ily at hi s home in 1\ l cnd o l1 , JI I. .l Ie plan s to r et urn t o ~ I SM th is fall a ll d tak e aM ' in ch e mi s tr y . I ~ u g e n e !\L Shav.! r wa s o n th e c ampu s 0 11 JUlI e 1J . Eu ge n e ha s JU St b ee n di ~c hal ged aft e r twO ye;\r s o f mil it ary s e rvi ce . J I i s h o m e addre s s i s 2 34 2 A lbi o n p lace , 51. L o ui s , j\l. o . J a m e s \,\ ' . D av is ha s been o ut o f th e ann )' ~ ill ce mi d ·Apr il , vi s it ed th e call1pU S ill e a rl y ), 1ar. Hi s h o me addr e ss is Cuba, J 11. A lth o ugh J o hn A. Reed Jr. writ e s fr o 111 QV el·· :-;e a s , 22 33rd F,ng in e cr o n St r u c t iOll S e r v ice Se ct iOll , APO 24 4, c / o P o s tm a s ter, Sa n Fra 11 c is co, Ca l. , h e g i ve s 909 S. Fre m o nt, S pri ll g:l"ie ld . M o. , f r h is 11lailil1 " addr e ss .

A n th o ll Y Homy k ha s been d isc har g ed fn) 1l1 m ilitar y s e r v ice alld is e mpl o y e d b y th e Li. " G eo l g-i ca i S ur v e y, I nd ia n a p li s , In d. I I is h Olll e addr c !"s is 474 9 F r ank lil! r o ad, Lawr e n ce, In d. E ll s. D. A. Kind is 0 11 the US S Y/vI S 320 ill 1 h e P a c iti c . O s ca r i\ l . Mu sko pf is s t ill l ivin g at .. 54 2 "K. K i ll g~ hi g hwa YI "I. Loui s I S, M o . Capt. Gilbert A. N aert ha s beel! c.ii sc harg'cd fr OI1l the arm )' r ec ent ly <Ind i s 1I 0 W li v in g at hi s h o m e at 3960 \·\,i1I11illgl OIl Rd. , S l. Lui s 16, .\1 0.

Al S ind e l, wh o se h o m e is at 80 19 Ca ro nd e let, Cla Yl o ll, ]\ 1 0 ./ ha s b ee n 0 11 naval dUlY ill Chill a . li e le ft China o n 1\i[ ay 8, c n r o ut e h o m e . J a lll e s R. N ev in is e mpl yed b y th e Alum inu lll O re Co mp a n y at. E a s l 5 1. L o ui s , -I II. J im i!:- Ii.\' · i u g a t 4 263 \-V es tmi ll s t e r, I. Lo ui ~ . A v is it o r 0 11 t he c arnpu s O lL M ay 2·1 wa s .\r · t h u r T'. G u er n s ey. Arthur h a s j u ::-t b ee n di ::-char~ed fro m th e na v y a nd is e m p lo yed b y lh e She ll Oil Co mp a n y, In c " S h e ll Buildin g, .I l o u ~ , to n, T e x, G e orge Axmacher w a s a v is it o r 0 11 th e ca ml'u " (I II Jun ::! 8 , G eor g e h a s b ee n di sc h arged fnJlll n a n d s erv ice a ll d i s li v ing- a t 4 9 0 9 P a rk v ic w , SI. L o ui s , 1\1 0. / t c mp o raril y, 1 1is par e nt s liv e at. 4 8~ G ra ll lat a n a vc nu e , rvl t. V e rn o n , N .Y. L l. L e o n a rd , W o lff w a s 0 11 the ca ll1pu ::- ( , :1 i\I ay 8, L eo n a r d is o n t e r minal leave fr o m na va l s ervice a n d is ~I t hi s h o m e at 73 5 1 Fl o r a a ve nu c, Ivl ap!cwoo d , M o. Ed wi n C. V o g el g e s a n g h a s j u s t bee n d i ... · c h a rg ed fr o m Illi li t al'y s c r v ice a n d i ~ at h Olll e at

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du t)" wi t h t he Il avy a n d is n o \\" at C rai g , ]\1. ( ). II i5 a d d r ess is .B o x 2 J 4, C r a ig-. Bill M c Conne ll h as a cce pt ed a po s iti o ll \\"ith ~" c s tr u c t ul'a l s t cc l s ec t io n o f the In d u s tri a l En g illeer in g cl c p a1'l l1l t' ll t o f Giff e ls & Va ll e t , l \ :-S (Ic iat ed E ll g i1l e e r ~ a 1ld ,A r c hit ect s, 1000 J\ I a r que t te Buil d i ng , Det r o it , -M i c h. II is a dcl re s!. is R Of' 1l1 52 S , 2 0 20 \\ ' i th e r e ll ave nu e ill D etr o it 26 . N ick Ni co la, wh o wa s r ece ntl y r e le a s ed fr o l11 t h e a n ll" wit h t he r a n k o f capta in , v is i te d t he campu s -e arh' in ~Ia \' . N ick wa s ab o u t to r e p ort t o wo r k w it il the St~ ll o lill d Oil & G a s C o m p all)" in G o r h cll ll, K al l. J a lll c :. A. Crook s to n ha s b ee n di s c h a r ge d froJll llI ilit a rv s e r v ice a nd r e turn ed t o hi :;; emp lo Yl1 1c n l w i th t l; e A. C. Spa rk Pl u g di v is io n o f Ge n e r a l l\ t vt o r s Co rp o rat io n. II c is livill g' a t 34 3 Sheffi e ld , Ap a rl1J1 e n t J OI -n , Flint , f..lli c h. \'V a lter E . Doellin g w a s 0 11 th c ca J1l p u ~ 0 11 Ju n e 4 . \" ' a lte r ha s J USt b e e n di s c h a r ged fr o111 m ili ta r y s e r v ice with th e rank o f c apt a in an d is ii vin g a t hi s h o m e a t 3 827 Oak Rid g-c b o ul e vard , S I. L o ui s , M o. A. ,. Adler h a s b ee n di s c har ged fr o 1\1 mili u tr y s erv ic e with t h e r a nk o f ca p ta in. li e ha s a c cc p t ed a PO Sili o ll with t h e A l1l e ri c an Zill c CO lllp 'l ny at Fa inll o lll C ity, J II. , a nd he is li v in g a t 17 12 r. 40th s tr ee t, E a s t Sl. L.. o ui s , I II. A c c o rdi n g" to wo r d r ece i ve d fr o m h is p a r c n t . . . E d \\ a n i S h ern o ff i!-. 11 \V 0 11 hi s w ay h 0 1l1 e fr o lll T ok y o. Il is pare nt s li ve a l 2 107 l .. il·lw oo d b ou lc · vard, lCa l1 ~a s C it y 3, 1 10. . \ v i ~ i \(J r o n the C(l ll'l )U!-. 0 11 JUII C R wa s Robcrt F . Gu ilfoy Jr . B ob is w ork i1l g' for I he l~ cd ~ lI)lI . Pu r ill H C,o ll~pall ~' with hi s h0 1ll c a t 7·13-1 Gr;;l\"o i ~ a v enu e, Sl. L. OU1 S, M o . No IOll ge r a I11C lllb e r of the a rm ed f()rcc!-I . Arth u r P. L e is h e r is rad io c n g in ee r fo r the Civil Ae r Oll Cl u t ic s A dmini s trati o n ill A t la llt a , Ga. li e r c" i<l es at 52 5 1\ 1acA r t hur drive , /\ 1a ri e u a , C a.

194 3 Re c e n t ly di s c h a r ged fro m th e 11 a vy, I ~ \\'i ll Il a r vey Barnett h a s fo ulld em p lo y m e n t wi t h th e S h e ll Oil C Olllpan y at \-Voo driv e r, tiL, a n d e x · p ec t s til go LO w o rk a b o ui Jul y J . At th e pr e . . t: l1 1. £ \\' i11 i", at h o m e a t Lillll Crec k R o ut e, L e ball (,II , 1\ 1 i~ s () uri. N e w that h c is di sc h a rg-e d fr 0 1l1 th e se r v ice , C l y d c Durphy ha s tak e n a jo b with Edwin P. Alllu le r, fll c. , co ntra c t o r for h ea tin g' , ve ntilatin g" a nd a ir co nd iti o n i n g . C l y d e i ~ li v in~ a t 3709 Gr av ui s , SI. L o ui s , ~ r o.

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1.1. O. L. Meyer is wi lh l he US PI I S in lh e T y phu s Co ntr o l Se r v icc, 70 I P e r s o n s '13uilding-, ~\I a COIl, Ga. Jam e s 1". M art i ne h a s bec ll d i ~ cha r g-ed fro 111 llli lit an- s e r v ice alld is wit h th e ~-\IUllliIlU11l C n. ( I f . \11l e ri c a i n I ': a ~ t St . L o ui s . Il i ~ h o m e ;Iddr e s~ i!-. ~1 626 a P o pe av e nu e . S1. L Olli:,,} i\ l o . C(l Pl F r(lnklin C. Rehfe ld i!-. O il t er mill al leav e f n JlII t hc a !"1 l1~- a n d is li ving" tC ll lp o r ar il y a t 12 0 8 ).;. Pill e s t r ee t , R o ll a, .\1 0 . . \fi e l" h is di s c har g e fr 0 111 t hc n av y ill the c arl y pa rt o i 1\ 1ay, [{ o b crt Buckley h a s re turn cd to h i!> j q b a !'> s ur veyo r wi tlt the K cnneco lt Cop p cr C o r po ra t io l1 at Ru t h , X ev . Recentl y di s ch ar g cd fr 0 111 th c ;:l r ill Y, J ame s A. N eustaedter is n o w e lllnl o \' cd b\' Ih e .\ 1coa :\ f ill illg- C o m pa n y at II ill s b;) r o', Orc: 0:' o rb t::rt \-\ '. Battermann i s :- ti ll in I1 lil lt a 1"\;-.c r v ice . II is ho m e a ddr c s :'. is 19 3 G r cc ll ave nu e, S ayvi ll e, N. ~ r . . \ nhur L . Peters e n J r. W<l !-. ( ) Il th e ca ll1 p u s (J ll .\ I a ~- 16 . P ete h a s j U ~ 1 re lu1"ll cd fr o m 29 1l 10 ll th s (,v cr::ic a s du t \- ill t he P ac ific a nd in Bu r 1ll a a nd In dia. II is il01l1 e acldr es~ is 3 12 R o y a l p la ce, F e rgu s o n , ~ I o. Ke 11l1 c th I I . M ooney w as R t;lll l pU S v i ~ i t{) r 0 11 .\ 1<1\' 16 . K c n h a :- b ec 11 22 m Ollth s ove r ~ e'a s and wa ~ JU SL di sc har ged fl'o ll) mi li tar y s e rvi c e. li e i ~ living at <-l lli a R o s a li e s t r e e t, S t. l .. o ui ~, 1\ f o. ~L\llt o llia \'\ -. Hal ey ha s b ee n d is chcl1 ',g-e cl fr 0 11l 11li lit a ry !-.c l' v ice and ha s b ee n v is itin g a t h i . . hO lll c in F.dg-a r S prin g- s , .\1. 0. T o n~' h a s a cce pt cd a I,() ~ it i o ll with tli e R oc k I s lalld I mprov e m e nt· CI. nlpallY ill P eo ri a, I ll. 1) ( 111 J. Coo lid ge h a", bee n di s cha r g-e d fro ll l llli li ta r~' ~c r v i ce a nd has jo in e d t he fa c ult y o f the c ll g- ill ee rill g s ch(t o l at l"o nh\\" c:-, te rn L-lli ve r s il\·. 1) 0 11 is li vin g" ill Il o \l ~e 4 , N o rt h C all1 ]) u :-, N o rt il . \\·e :. t Cl"ll L ~ n i vc r ~ i t Y , Evall::-to ll , III. _ Burke 11 0 \\" h a !-l 20 12 L ake la n d E (lmulld aVC llu e, L akc w o o d 7, Oh io , f(lr h i::- add r c :-~ . C . \\ ';! Vll e Sutterfield g- iv c ~ Sal c m, .\1 (,., for hi ... hOllle add rc ss. . \ ftc r .\ ugo u ::-t o f th i::- y e ar 1... 1. Edw ctrd V o ll hcr b s t i:-; loo kin g fn rw clrcl \(, b ec( Hni ng .\1 r. \ ro ll _ hc rb s t . S t!lti o ll e d ;It F n n B e l vo ir at t h e p r e s e n t t illl C I ~ d g i ve ~ 203 .i Ha lm o r a l ave nu c, L lli 0 11, S .J., fo r hi ~ m a ilin g' ad dr ess . X(, rIJ e n \\ ' . Batterma nn i!-. i n a ll ;1 1"111\' hn" pi tn l a t Gr a nd I"{ <.q lid !'> , .\1 ic h .. and h c e x p e~t s t o r e o t ur ll H) c ivi lia n lif e ill tile n O t t riO d is ta n t futur e. i'orbcn ' ::- a ddl'e ss a t G ran d Rapid s is 20 7 P;lge H reet -K . E. Fred er ick J\ I . Kibur z h a:-. b ce ll di :-.char g-ed fr o ll l l ite llav~' w it h th e n tll k of 'l . ie utc1lant ( j".!') and g iv c~ Box 230, Ro ll a, -1\1 n .. fo r hi s mail i1l g" Y

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J e an L. Ronat h as JU Sl been di s charged fr o lll military s e rvice a nd is livin g at hi s h o m e at 3 127 N o rw ood ave n u e, St. L o ui s , 1\.£ 0 . Jean wa s Oil the campu s o n Jun e 5. Cha rl e s L. Rak est raw ha s bee11 e n r o lled fo r g radua le w o r k h e r e a t 1\1 S l\I fo r th e s pr i n g ~ e 1l1 e s te r. ] t is a ddress is 70 S \,\ ' . 11 th s trc el,

R o ll a, 1110 . A l th o ugh h e writ e s fr o m the State o f \!\ ' a s h · i n gto l1 , L t. (jg) J. Ri cha rd Han se n g i ve s h i, m a ilin g a ddr e ss a s B ox 286 , U ni o n , !\l o . A. K ci th Cook h a s 1044 9 A s ht o n aV Cllu e, L o s An g el e s 2 4, C a l., fo r hi s h o m e addr e ss ,

L1. (jg) H e rb ert D. B a rnhart h a s j ust reo t UJ"li ed to th e Sta le s fr o m th e Pa c ifi c, a CC(l rdill g t o h is wifc . '1l e rb e n is loo kin g fo rw a rd to all ca rly r c lea s e fr o m th e n a v y . 'M ail wil l reach h i m at 204 \.\ ' . 1 s t s n ee r, .R o lla, 1fo ., hi s wif e ' s a ddr e ss. L t. (j g ) K en n eth E. Rudert u s e s hi s h o m e a d (h e s~ , 83 1 N . S pri gg s U'ee l , Cape Gir a rd eau, .\f o ., fo r h is p e rman e n t m a ilin g a d d res~ . Ro bert \\-. J am is on is soo n i o b t:: cli ~cha r g-erl f r o m~ m ili ta r y ~ e1"\' i c e a 11 d is re lurn i n g LO h i ~ ho m e a t 504 Brillt o n ave nu e, Di xo n, I II. Gl e nll E.. D ea n is h o mc 0 11 r e h a bilit at i0 11 leave from mili ta r y s e r v ice a n d is li v in ~ a t 73 1 E a s t ~ o nh s treet, ,M orr is , J II. Alt ho u gh s t ill :-.tm io n ed ill C a li fo rnI a wi t h ihe nav y , ]) o nald G. Le P ere g iv e s 750 9 V: . i\.f a in :- treet, Be ll e vill e, 111., a s h i ~ h o m e a d dr e ss. Do n a ld , \ \ ' . F rommer i ~ w i t h the . \Iu mill ulll C o m pa n y o i A m e ri ca at Ne w K e n s in g-tU Il , P a. , :- in ce h i.s d is cha r g e fr o m t he a rm\·. D o nal d is li.v ill g' at 13 24 .L e i" h m a n ave nu e in ~'\f e w Ke n· ~ llI g t O Il .

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Missouri S&T Magazine, June 1946  

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Missouri S&T Magazine, June 1946  

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