Missouri S&T Magazine, March-April 1947

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MSM ALUMNUS Missouri School of Mines and Metallurgy R OLLA, MO.

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Mrs. Jno. W. Scott Dies Mrs.] ohn W. Scott, fri e nd of thou sa nd s of Min e r s, passt'd away Tues da y, Mar. 25. S he s uffered a hea rt a tt ack in front of Sco tt 's Dru gs tor e lat e in th e afternoon. Efforts to r e viv e h e r w e re un s ucc essfu l. Mrs .Scott has bee n ass ociated with h e r hu sband, ] no.W. Scott ex-'89,fo r m a n y yea r s in Sco tt' s Dru gst ore -th e Miners' Co-op. S h e wi ll b e r ememb e red by Miners for h e r ge ne ro s ity and wi llin g ness to h elp M S M s tud en t s ; many a lu mni coming back for a v isit to their A lma Mat er w oufd The late IVIrs. lno. W . Scott a lways s top in for a c hat w ith t he Scott s to mak e th e trip comp lete . Mrs. Sco t t pro ba bl y k new eve r y li v in g g raduat e of th e Sc hool of M in es. 1\11r. and M r s. Scott r ece ntl y ce lebrated th eir Gold e n vVe ddin g An ni ve r sa r y o n Jul y 2, 1946, a ll SO yea r s of w hich have bee n s p e nt in Rolla . O n thi s occa s ion a sc roll was prese n ted the coupl e by th e Rolla Chamb e r of Commerce exp r ess in g app r ec iat ion of th e se rv ic es th e Scotts h ave r e nd e red th e community . Mrs. Scott is s urv ive d by h e r hu s ba nd , ] no. ' N . Scott ex-'89, h er s on]. ' Va lt e r Scott '19, h e r dau g hter l\,I rs. O li ve Morris, and son-in-law, John M. Morri s '19. F un e ra l serv ices we re h eld at th e Rolla M e thodi s t Chur ch. Th e s ix Sc hool of Min es s tud e nt s who wo rk at the dru g s tor e we r e pa llb ea r er s .

NUMBER 2

1947

President Middlebush Addresses Rolla Chamber of Commerce

Dr. A. P . Gr ee n of th e A P . Gre e n Fire Brick Compan y , M ex ico, Mo., ha s bee n appoint ed by Go v . P hi l M. Donnell y to h ead th e Board of Vis itors of th e U nive rs ity of Mi ss ouri. Dr. Gr ee n was on th e Board of Vi s itor s in 1942 a nd 1944. D ur in g that tim e ex t e ns ive s tudi es cove rin g t h e n ee ds of a ll th e s tat e edu ca tional in s titution s in M iss ouri were mad e. T he Boa rd of V isitors r ecomm e nd ed a capit~d ex p e nditur e of $40,000,000.00 to pre pa re th e va riou s edu ca tional in s titut ions for th e influ x of s tud e nt s w hi c h th ey pr edict ed would fo ll ow at th e clo se of th e wa r. In th e r e port for 1944 th e Boa rd of V isi tor s forecast a n e nrollm e nt in t he U niv e r s it y of Mi ss ouri o f 12,000, tO,OOO at Col umbia a nd 2000 at th e Scho o l of Min es a t Rolla. Th e r e port to Gov . Donn ell y for 1946 po int ed out that th '"'! r e a r e no w 12,800 s tud e nt s e nroll ed on the two ca mpu ses . In th e r ep ort thi s yea r t h e Boa rd s tated " W e reco mm e nd ed th e n a ver y mat e ri a l increase in th e plant fac ilitie s a t each of th e school s. O ur b eliefs of yes te rda y a r e fa c ts today. I ~ is our op inion a nd ur ge nt r ecomm endation that th e in c rease in faciliti es ,"vhich w e r ecomme nd ed in our prior r e ports b e made availabl e to th e thou sa nd s of st ud e nt s who

" Th e pro s p e rit y and deve lopm e n t of th e M iss ouri Sc hool of IV[in es a s an indu stry of Rolla wil l brin g g r ea t b e n e fit s to th e co mmunit y ," P r es id e nt F r ede ri ck A Middl ebu s h to ld th e Rolla Cha mb e r of Commerce, March 3, a t it s annual m ee tin g . In a n addr ess e ntitl ed, " Comlllunit y R elatio ns hi p to th e Schoo l of Mi nes a nd Relationship of the Sc h oo l of Mi nes and Meta llur gy to the Community," Presi de n t Mid dl e bu s h we nt on to point o ut the moneta ry b e n efits receive d by Rolla as a r es ul t of t i1e President Frederick A. Midd lebu sh sc hool. H e c ite d the $ 136,000 w hich comp ri ses th e Ve t e r a ns pay roll alon e, the Faculty pa y roll amo untin g to $60,000 p e r month, plu s t h e expe nditur es of 400 non -ve te ran s , brin g i<1 g th e t otal mo nthl y exp e nditur es to b etwee n $200,000 and $250,000. Th e Pres ident st r esse d th e fa ct that th e r e arc man y oth e r va lues t hat acc ru e to th e citiz e ns of Ro ll a throu g h thi s r ela tions hip. Th e 1110 s t importa nt, in hi s opinion, b ein g the c ul tura l va lu e of th e School in th e comm unity , a nd th e richn ess of comm unity life in a coll ege town. St ill anoth e r a dvanta ge nam ed b y P r es id e nt Midd le bu s h is th e relation s hip es ta bli s h ed b y th e citiz e n s w ith th e s tu de nt s of Rolla w ho ha ve gon e out to all part s of th e world. In thi s continuou s outHow, th e Pres id e nt¡ said, Rolla ha s adve rti s in g that no amo unt of mon ey rai sed by the Ch am b e r of Commerce co uld produce or pay for. H e gave as an examp le a le tt er r eceive d by him from a n honor ed a lumnu s of th e Sc hool of Min es , inv itin g him to a tt e nd a m ee tin g of the A lumni Assoc iation ill New Yo rk C it y. Th e Pres id e nt s tate d that he ha d att e nd ed a s imilar m eet in g last year a nd amo n g oth e r t hin gs it was inte r es tin g to h ear th e o ld timer s ta lk a bout th eir pl easa nt ass ociation in Rol la, a nd to learn s o m a n y had marri ed Rolla g irl s. " \ V hat is th e community doin g a nd what ca n it do in r e turn for th ese advanta ges that flo w to yo u a nd wil l flow to yo u in s pit e of y ourself ?", th e Presi d e nt a s k ed . "You ar e und e r a h eavy obli ga tion h e re to maintain a ty p e of communit y to which tho se of us assoc iat ed w ith th e s p ecific admini s tration of th e ins titution ca n a lways and witho ut apo lo gy to an y body in v it e th eir childr e n to move into. Thi s is a s tat e in s titution and belon gs to th e tax payer of Mi ssouri a nd we owe a n acco untin g' to th e citizen s of th e s ta t e for our stewards hip. " Th e Pr es id e nt co ntinu ed, "I want to imp ress upon y ou th at on e of th e way s of co mp e n satin g for th ese a d va nta ges

( Continuerl o n Pa ge S)

( Con t inued on Pa g e 8)

A. P. Green '3 5, Chairman of Board of V isitors


ABOUT TOWN AND CAMPUS St. Patrick was an eng in eer, he was, he was , For h e s urveyed the Emerald I sle And made its map and it s profile E-r-i-n G-o B-r-a-h, Rh ! For the engineers.

St. Pat, t hat v e n e rabl e o ld fe ll ow f rom E rin 's g r ee n I s le wa s g ive n a lu sty -we lcome Friday, Mar. 14, as h e arrive d in Rolla at t h e F r is co D epo t o n hi s traditiona l h a nd ca r. T ru e to the Iri s h h e wa s c la d in a flo w in g e m e r a ld c loak w ith a hi g h s ilve r-hu e d h a t , a nd with th e ri c h es t of bro g ue on hi s ton g ue, w h e ther natura l or ac quir ed o ne will n ot vent ur e a g uess. Soc ia l activiti es fo r thi s a nnual ce le brat ion h a d air ea dy b eg u n th e n ig ht b efore wit h dan c ing a nd r efres hm e n t at t he G r ee k hou ses. St ud y- burd e n e d M in e r s to ssed a s id e th c ir s lid e rul es a nd prepa r e d fo r a ca r e-free we e k- e nd of ce lebrat ion. So St. Pat found hi s cla n in a ga la 1l100d for th e St. P at, accompa nied by guards a nd p ages, e nters Ro ll a on h is ha n dcar at t h e F r isco D epot, fest iv iti es . officially openi ng t h e celeb rat io n in h is ho nor I mme diat e ly aft e r hi s a r r iva l t he patron sa int of th e co urt thi s yea r wa s a g r eat danc do g. Th e sa id do g , not to Min e r s bo ar d e d hi s manur e s preader ch a riot to lea d t h e b e le ft out of t h e g ai e ty, thou g ht Mi ss Freeman's lon g, flo wco lorf ul flo a t s throu g h town. Townspeople an d s t ud e nt s in g tr ai n a n id ea l p lace to s t a nd to view th e proc ee din gs, a nd ali ke paid hom agc to the jov ial old ge ntl em an . 'vVith a " W e lmana g e d to s low up th e process ion a b it. come t o St. Pat's" th e s hamrock cove r ed flo at of T ri a n g le De s pite the fact t h at Sa turd ay was a co ld wet d ay, it fail ed frat e rn ity wo n th e g o ld lov in g c up in thi s camp us compe t ito p ut a d ampe r on th e fe s tiv iti es. Th e bi g eve nt of the tion. Kappa A lp h a rece ived se con d p lace. aft e rn oon wa s the t ra d iti o nal t ea d a n ce h e ld a t the Sigma A rri vi n g at Pa r k e r Hall, ¡w hi ch was li te rall y " burs tin g at N u frat e rnit y c hap t e r h ouse. C ha rli e Faulkn e r s uppli e d t he th e seam s " w it h t h e r eco rd numb e r of st ud en ts no w at MSM mu s ic, a nd r efr es hm e nt s we r e in th e form of Ru ss ia n t ea. a nd th ei r dat es and wives, St. Pat maj es ti ca ll y as ce nd e d th e Th e mys t e ry was h ow did Ru ss ia get in thi s Iri s h ce le bradai s accompa ni e d b y hi s pa ges a nd two burl y g uar d s t o tak e t ion ? Afte r the tea danc e the fr ate rnity h o uses se r vc d ca r e of th e unruly. S t. Pat's o rd e r of the d ay wa s a loud , formal d inn e r for th e ir member s a nd g ues t s. "Throw th at man o ut," k ee pin g th e medi ev a l g uard s bu sy Completing th e ro und of soc ia l cve n t s w hi c h fi ll e d th c us in g th ei r pow e rful brawn. St. Pat gave hi s an nu a l di se rd ays a nd ni g ht s of t he e n g in e e r s a nd th e ir lad ies wa s th e tatio n o n s tud e nt s a nd t h e fac ul ty, hi s nobl e pe r so na ge a l- formal ball h e ld on Sa turd ay ni g ht. O rc hid s, ga rd e ni as, a nd mo s t fa ll in g off th e s ta ge as h e s tuck th e sai nt ly foot in cam illi a s, th e ru s tl e of formal s, mu s ic with th at "Stron g Apa foot lig ht from wh ic h s parks ca m e s h owerin g o u t, ,- iv in g pea l," f urni s he d b y th e ma es t r o Bo b S tron g, an d a lavis hl y him, we a r e s ur e, quit c an e le ct ri ca l c ha r ge. d eco ra te d gy m wer e t h e k e ynote s of the eve nin g. Opc n A s in th e d ays of ol d h e kni g h te d t he se niors in to t h e hou ses we re h e ld a ft e r th e da nce, an d many a Min e r saw t hc Royal Orde r of "E ri n Go B ra g h," an d h e ld hi s s ce pt r e ov e r s u n ri se t he nex t mor nin g. th e ir h ea d s, a nd hi s Iri s h foot upon th e ir n ecks a s th ey O ne Min e r 's w ife was h ea rd to exc laim, " My, I didn't ki ssed th e b lar n ey s to ne. "K is h th' B larney s tho n e - an' k now t here w e re so many s in g le g irls left." G irl s potu-ed kap e y ur hand s off 0' it-I n ow dub t h ee kni g ht 0' th ' Aninto Ro ll a f r om St. Loui s, Co lumbi a, a nd tow ns and c iti es c ie nt ;,: n' Honor ' bl e ord e r a v St. Pa tri c k. " a ll ove r Mi ss ouri a s w e ll a s ot h e r n ea rb y s tat es . Som e were F rid ay eve nin g A lvi no Ray wa s o n h a nd for th e hi lar ity put up at f r a te rnit y ho uses a nd othe rs s tay ed in privat c of th c co s tum e b a ll. Th c "b e llc" of t he ball wa s tOe d-w igge d h omes a nd h ote ls. T he hot c ls w e re fu ll t wo w ee ks in a d foot ba ll p lay e r J e rry Bcr ry attir e d in a r e d s kirt , di s p lay in g vance, a nd man y a lumni ca m e bac k to t he ir a lma mat e r fo r thi s bi ggest of a ll t. Pat ce le bra tion s. a s ha ggy mi d-ri ff, a nd wit h a bit of th e g r ee n in hi s c url s in th e fo rm of two coq ue tti s h ha ir bow s _ Th e g ay- nin et ies C up id al s o cam e to St. Pat's , a n d m a n y a n e ng in ee r g avc r e prese n tative, D r. Co nr ad of th e C h em is try d e partm e n t h is p in o r a diamond to hi s b est g ir l. Thi s S t. Pat' s was th e occa s ion for two g lob e tro t t e r s t o bec om e enga ge d. D ick CO!llp le te wi th a ma g ni fic e nt hand le-ba r mu s tac he, a c u t-a way coat that h e wa s ma r ri e d in, a p e a rl button v es t, s pats, O'Br ie n fir s t kn e w Cha rlott e Hor es i in Kan s a s Cit y, a nd and of co urse a d e rby mad e q u it e a t intype as h c t r ipp c d th e co ntinu ed hi s ac quaint ances hip in Korea, a nd th e n in C hi ca g o, b u t it wa s in Ro lla a t th e 36t h St. Pat ce le bratio n that fa n ta s ti c w ith broad-s hould e re d "Mi ss " B e rry. A ll in a ll it w as a very cosmopo l itan g r oup, wh e n Ea s t m ce t s outh, th e who le t h in g ca m e to a happy e nd in g. Eve ryone e nthu s ia s t ica ll y a g r ee d th at thi s wa s th e very a bl ac k-fac e O ri e nt a l wa s th e re a s wc: r e Ara b s, G r ee ks, Gyps ics , and th e E gg s how ed u p wi th hi s pa rtn e r, "a nd 1. " bes t, the mo s t s p ec tacu la r, til e mo s t lavis h St. Pat's in th e T he c li max of t h e Ma s q ue ra d e ball wa s th e co r o nat ion hi s tory of MSM, a nd as t he M in e r s trud ge d bac k to c lasses, ce re mon y. Th e co ur t pr cs id c d ove r by St. Pat, co ns is t e d of th cy s ig he d a nd 'Nis h ed it a ll we r e n' t ju s t a p lea s a nt memhi s Q uee n o f Lovc a nd Bca u ty, Mi ss Lo ui se Fre ma n of o r y. 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PRESIDENT'S PAGE MSM Alumnus I ss ued bi-monthly in the int e r est of the g raduate s and former s t ud ents of the Sc hoo l of M in es and Meta llur gy. Subs cription pri ce $ 1. 50, inc luded in Alumni Due s. Entered a s second-clas s matter Oct. 7, 1926, at Po s t Office at Ro ll a, Mo., und e r the Act of March 3, 1879.

Officers of the Association Karl F. Ha sse lma nn '25 . . .. . . Pres id e nt Harry P en ce '23 ..... . . .......... Vice Pres id e nt Jam es L. H ea d ' 16 . .... . . .. .... . . V ic e Pres id e nt How a rd M. Kat z ' 13 . . ...... Secretary-T r eas ur e r Board of Directors F. C. Sc hn ee be r ge r '25 , C hairma n Barney N ue ll '21. M. E. N ick el '38. J. M. \i\Tan e nmac he r '23. R. G. Prou g h '38.

Contents About Town a n d Campus ............... 2 Alumni Perso nal s .................. 14 Ath let ics ......................... __ ... 9 MSM Men in Indu stry ........................ 10

Pres ident's Page . .. ............ 3 St. P at FraternitY' Festivities .. . . 4 Section News .. . . .... 6 Who' s Who 0n the Campus ...........12

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It mi g ht hav e bee n th e e ffec t of a s prin g day (1 am told it was t he fir s t rea l s prin g da y in th e Oza rk s) that gave the impr es s ion of hust le a nd organization to Paul Fi sc he r a nd m e a s we wa lk e d throu g h th e campus on on e of t he last da ys of March. O r it mi g ht have bee n s e ntim e nt th at colored our tholJO" h t s a s we took c ur selves to the Dean's offi ce a ft e r our s ti'olf But, in o ur appraisa l, thi s driv e was du e to th e lar ge s tud e nt load a nd th e m a nn er in w hi c h it is b e in g handl ed. I wa s there iil th e nat ur e of a ro v in g r eport e r, in obedier.ce to a r equ es t by Pres id ent Kari Ha sselmann that I prepare a n a rticl e fo r the :rvIar ch-April iss u e, and I ha d prevailed u pon P a ul Fi s c he r to s pe nd th e d ay wit h m e in Rolla. As has bee n m e ntion e d in pr ev iou s iss ue s, th e e nrollme nt has approached 2200 s tud e nt s, over 1800 b e in g ve t e ra n s. Th ese bo y s a r e r eally in ea r ne s t a bout t heir sc hoolin g , as evidenced b y t he fact t hat th ey ha ve rai se d th e g rad e point a ve ra g e from 1.1 2 to 1.27. A nd how is t h e facult y handlin g thi s teac hin g lo a d ? By runnin g th e cla sses from 7 :00 a.m . to a s lat e a s 10:00 p.m. and throu g h t he noon hour. Dean \ i\Til s on s tat e d that th e fac ult y have in thi s way man aged to keep th e ir c lasses down to 30 to 3S s tud e nt s, exc e ptin g, of course, s om e lec tur e c ourses w hich have a lway s bee n lar ge. O ur next qu es tion to th e D ea n was co nc eqlin g th e r emodeling a nd improv e m e nt s t hat ha ve bee n mad e a nd th e pla ns for th e f utur e. T h e bui ldin g imm e diat ely west of M ec hani ca l Hall, which ma y be r e m emb e re d as a war e hou se, has bee n r e no vat ed and no\", ho uses th e Minin g En g in ee rin g d e partm e nt. T he Rolla B u ildin g , w hi c h was fo r me rl y h ea dquart e r s of t he Mi ss ouri B ur ea u of Mi nes and Geolo gy, ha s bee n co nve rt ed into e leve n c las s room s an d offices a nd now houses t he Humaniti es d e pa rtm e nt, u nd e r which al l c ul tural s ubj ec ts ar e g roup ed. Th e second floor of t he old C he mi s try build in g ha s bee n co nve r te d into s ix c lass r oom s a nd four office s a s a dditional s pace for th e Math emati cs d epartme nt. Th e low e r floor is s ti ll use d for c h em is try la bs. Th e Ce ramic En g in e e rin g d e partm e nt occ u pi es th e fo r m e r U .S. Burea u of Min es Exp e rim e n t S ta tion build ing , a nd t he B ur ea u is g raduall y m ov in g out to it s n e w buildi n g faci n g Hi g h way 66, two bl ocks wes t. D ea n \ IVil s on s aid t hat he p lann e d eve ntu a ll y to mov e t he Metallur gy d e partm e nt into thi s bu ildin g. Th e old ga ra ge w est o f :Mec ha ni ca l Ha ll ha s b ee n mod erni zed and equipp ed a s a cafete ri a, with a capacity of 600. Th ese thin gs a r c a ll in t he nat ur e of remod e lin g. T he re ar c a ls o a num b e r of t emporary buildin gs, e rec t e d principally to m ee t t he prese nt s ituation c re at ed by th e

influx of s tud e nt s . Am on g th ese a re fourt ee n barrac k s with a ca pac ity of 268 s tud e nt s a nd seve n apartment budd1n gs occupi e d by 56 s tud e nt famili es . Fifty of th ese s t ud e nt couple s h ave c hildr e n, which w e b e l! eve es tabl1 s h es s ome s ort of r ec ord. F ive t emporary cla ss room s hav e a ls o b ee n e r ec ted, includin g on e use d as an a rmor y w ith a rifl e ran ge in t he ba se m e nt. Two war e hou se buildin gs and a ga ra ge, al s o of a t e mpora ry n at ur e, h ave bee n e r ec te d. T e n hou se~ have b ee n set up as t emporar y facu lty dw e ll in gs a nd a r e officia ll y ca ll e d "Nagogam i Court" by th e Po s t Office, bu t "Calculu s Row " b y the eve r-r eady st ud e nt. Th e ne w Powe r Pla nt is n ea rin g comp le tion and will ho use two SOO-kw ge n e rato r·s a nd t he Pow e r Plant La borator v for th e M e chanic a l Eng in ee rin g d epa rtm ent. Pc di s ti nct wind fa ll came to th e School of M in es wh e n OPA di s ban d e d a:ld th e sc hool was fortunat e enou g h to o b tain t he office e quipm e nt f rom five OPA offices in Mi ss ouri. Thi s h as bee n s uffi cie nt to e quip offi ces for the increased t eac hin g s ta ff. \ iVh e n we a s ke d D ea n Wi ls on of hi s fu tur e plans, h e s tat ed th "" t h e was e xtre m e ly hop ef ul of obtai n in g s u ffi c ie nt a ppropria tions from th e prese nt leg is lature to comp lete th e C he mical E n g in ee rin g bui ldin g , th e fir s t wing of which was fini s he d s ome fi ve yea rs ag o. A se cond it e m w hi c h ha s bee n nee d e d for s ome tim e is a Minera l Indu s tri es buildin g, w hi c h wou ld b e located on th e main qu a dran g le approximate ly where th e old Pow e r P lant buildin g n ow s ta nd s . A third' it e m, a nd prob a bl y th e mo s t s ore ly nee d e d wit h t he pr ese n t st udent body, is a Stu d e nt Ce nt e r, comprising a dormitory, dinin g r oom, loun ge or m eet in g rooms, a nd a ne,,\' infirmary. Thi s building, or g roup of buildin gs, wo uld occup y th e vaca nt blo ck b et w ee n N ii1lh a nd T e n th s tr ee t s on State st r eet. A lthou g h it is ext rem e ly dilllcult to obtain s uffi cient teac hin g sta ff, t he Schoo l of Mines ha s fa r ed b e tt e r than mo st in thi s r es pect, a ga in ev id e nc ed b y the sma ll c lasses . I t wa s p lea s 1n g to learn f r om D ea n vV il s on that a sc hol ars hi p g r ant had ju st r ece ntly b een rec e ive d from th e S he ll Oil Co., an d a ls o one fr om th e A. P . Gr ee n Fire Bric k Co. It is to the cre dit of th e admi ni s tration that a ll s tud e nt s have b ee n hou se d, thou g h th ey ma y b e cons id e rabl y o ve r.:rowd ed in s om e in s tanc es . As we left Parke r Hall, we ran in t o Prof. Fo rr es t e r, hea d of the :Minin g Enginee rin g cl epartm e:lt, who e nthu s iast ic a il y to ld us of hi s mod e rnization pro g ram at th e ex pe rim e ntal mine. As the da y wa s exce ptiona ll y fin e, he invite d u s o u t to th e min e, but fea rin g thi s was an in v itatio n to ha n dl e a " m uck s tick," Paul and I vowed w e had to s tart on b ack to St. Lo u is. On our way b ack, Pa ul as ke d, "vV h at do es al l th is h ave to do with th e A lumni Ass ociatio n ?" I to ld him that for man y yea rs we have watc h ed d eve lop me nt s at Rolla , a nd s om e of us ha ve se e n and hea r d th e m a ny diffe r e nc es of opinion of th e va riou s int e r es ted g roup s, but th a t all too oft e n w e have g iv e n ea r to on e s id e or t he oth e r wit hout kno wing th e tr ue picture. T h is visit was plan n ed b y t h e prese nt offic e r s a nd board of dir ec tor s to acqua int th e m emb e rs h ip w ith t he p h ys ical improv em e nt s th a t ha ve b ee n mad e in th e sc hool. F u ture art icl es wi il deal with othe r aspects. To safegua rd furt he r nee d s, w e mu s t h ave a larg e, v ig ilant an d sm oothrunnin g alumni bod y; if w e achi eve thi s, we will be an e ffec ti ve facto r in maki n g our sc hool the b es t minera l indu s tri es and t ec hni ca l sc hool in t h e country.

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ST. PAT FRATERNITY FESTIVITIES S IGMA NU b y DAV E PET ERS ON ' 48

T h e an nu a l S t. Pat's ce leb r atio n of 19-17 offi c ia ll y s ta r te d fo r th e Sigma N u's on the ni g ht of II/[a r c h 12, wit h a s t r ictly "stag" par ty composed of th e m e mb e r s and so m e of t he ir f ri e nd s . A bu ffe t din n e r and a g ne r ai g ood tim e was had by a ll. T hu rs day, a ll m en liv in g in th e ho use mov ed out to ma ke room fo r t h e o u t-of-tow n dat es . By t hat aft e rn oon a fair ly la r ge g r o u p of ve r y att ractiv e f ma les esta bli s h ed qu arte r s in th e o ld S na ke h ou se, a nd b ri ht e n ed t h e p lac e up con s id e rably. In t he evenin g m ul titud es of peop le drift ed t hr ou g h t h e door s u nti l a b o u t on e o'cloc k Fri day mor n in O' ; by t hat t im e th e ho use wa s mo s t ly Si g ma N u agai n. M us ic fo r t h e eve n in g's da n cin g wa s prov id ed by th e co un try 's b s t bands via t he reco rd ing sys t e m o f J ac k R ot h e r. F r iday s aw eve ryo ne a bi t t h e be tt e r fo r w ea r, a nd s t il l out for mor e pa r ti es. I n t he aft e rn oon in t he mi ds t of a t ea d y dri zz lin g ra in , we pati e nt ly watch ed fo r t he patro n sa int' s arriva l a nd fo ll ow ed same to t h e a ud ito r ium for a mo s t in s p irin g m essage of tim t ly Importa nce. Co llec ti n g o ur wits a bo u t us , w e o nce a g a in j o urn eye d bac k to t he h o use a nd pa rti ed u nti l din ne r. T hat d inn e r w as o ne fo r t h e book s, by t h e way, a s w e had a rea l s p read o f ham, t u rk ey an d s h rimp w hi c h ha d everyone comi n g back fo r more . In t h e e\'e ni n g eve r yone made t hemse h' es r ea d y fo r t he b ig cos tume ba ll at th e gy m; costumes of every desCl' ipt ion we re to b e see n t ha t ni g h t (w h at in ge ni ou s min d s s om e fo lk s h ave). Afte r t h e da n ce, t h e ho use wa s a ga in op e n to a good d ea l of m e r ry mak in g , w h ic h la s t ed u nt il t h e wee h o ur s fo r a g ood ma ny di e- h ard s w ho h a d to see th e s un com e u p. Sa tu rd ay, " oooo h my poor head," 'was sta rt ed off wit h a ba n g, and we un do ub te d ly gave t he fine s t T ea Dance of o ur h is tory. Lates t r ep ort s ha\'e it that we ll ove r a thou si! nd pe r s on s jamm ed ou r not too lar ge hou se t hat afternoon. I n t h e e\'e;lin g w e walk ed, ro de, s ta gge r ed an d crawled (that a in 't ju s t fo r la ug hs) to th e gy m and dance d ,,'? to th e mu s ic of B o b St r o n g . Af t e r th e da nce, th e g rea ter part of t he ba nd cam e t o th e house a!ld put on a b a n g u p j am sess ion. Bo b St ron g , h imself, honor ed us 'with a \' is it a nd a p r omi se h e'd com e back a gain if h e co uld. Th at litt le s hindi g b rou g h t in a bout two hundr ed g uests by fou r o'c lo c k S u nd ay mo rn in g . Th e fog fi na ll y lift ed around fiv e-t h irty, a nd th e ho use cea sed vi bratin g, m uch to t h e di sp l as ur e of e l'e ryo n e prese n t. \Ve a r e g rea t ly ind e bted to ::\I r s. Lee Mill a r who took Ol'c r t he ho use moti lc r duti es fo r th e \\'ce k- e nd; s he dicl a s w ell j o b. ome of t he old tim e r s who r et urn ed fo r the festivities were: J ames j" Ii lle r '38, Cha r i s \iV a rd '-10, E lm e r :Milz '-1-.1, John Pri es tl ey '-12, Ho me r Ba llin ge r '-13, John Gr iffith s '-1-1, "Shorty" Baums ta rk '-10, ::\I ilton Tirre ex-'2-1, A l fr ed Chappin s ex-'23, D ud ley Fol son '38, ha rl es M cCaw '3 1, an cl C har i s ./uhre '30. T RI A NGL E by B ILL M A IN '49

O nce aga in St. Pat' s was a triumphant occa s io n for t he me n of Tri a n g le. ur s in cere e ffort s w e re ind ee d re ward ed by th e acclamat ion of th e St. Pat' s trop h y whi c h se ts ga lla ntl y on o ur mantic. Yes,once aga in Trian g le came t h ro ug h with t he \I'i nnin g Ao a t. Two welks prior to the occasio n t he d es i g '~s for th e Aoat were me re sketc hes on sc rap paper. By th e im prOY'is ion s of th ese s ke tc h es th e Aoat de \'e loped into wh a t was classified as t he b es t of th e yea r. Th e r e was a bri e f , 110\l' f,, 11 Friday mornin g whi c h wa s di s hea rt e nin g to most of the boy s as th e Aoat was too la r ge to be taken und e r co \'e r. \V e we re a lso \'e ry fortunate In ha"i " g H a rold C. Hr ehe, an acti\'e m m be r of T r iangle, playing th e roll of St. l' at. Harold is t he third s uccessi\'e Jll m be r of Trian g le to b e g iv e n th e honor of t he roll. 51. l)at '5 mad e way fo r a numb e r of Trian 1{le pa r ties w hi c h I a m s ur w e all wi ll r em mber, Th e ope n house held on Thur sda y wa s a bi g s uccess, held open until the \I'ee

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ho u r s o f t h e A, M . I am ce r ta in t h a t t h e peop l prese nt e nj oyed th emsel ves t r em e ndo us ly. Saturday pr oved very e n t e r taini n g fo r a ll t h o se w h o w e re prese nt a t t h e I e nnant H otel. T he ga la aft e r noo n party wa s c ut s ho r t a s T r ian g le h eld it s a nnu a l fo r ma l ba nq ue t at 6:00 p,m . T he ba nq ue t took p lace at t he Edwi n Lo ng Ho t el he r e in tow n. Ma s t e r of ceremo n ies wa s B ro .\ iV. 1. Har tn ag le '31, a n a lum nu s of T r ia ng le. As o u r g ues t s pea ke r s, a lso a lumn i m e mb e r s, we ha d B ro. Jo hn Ma zz o n i '43, B r o. \ iVi bb Law le r '-12 a nd B r o. Don Grimm '37. T h e s u m tota l of a ll th e peec h es prove d to b e ve ry in t e res ti n g a nd e nt e rtaini ng . B r o. Ha ro ld \ !\Teber '45 an d hi s wif e w e re a lso prese nt. Satur day 's festivitie s co n ti nu ed at t he Tr ia n g le ho use aft e r th e ba ll. In to t h e w ee h o ur s o f t h e mor n ing t h e pa r ty ca r r ied itse l f ov e r to t he P e nn a n t Ho t e l w it h eve ryo ne in hi g h pirit s an d h av in g a g ay tim e, Th e re is n o do ub t in a nyo n e's m in d t hat St. Pat's cele bration w h ich wi ll no dou b t be as uccessf ul a s thi s la s t on e. T r ian g le h op es that nex t year th e re w ill b e mor c a lumni m e mb e r s ba c k to partic ipa te in t he ce le b ratio n. L AM B DA C HI by E UG E N E LAVAT ' 47

Lam bda Ch i A lp ha e nt e red t he S t. Pa t 's ce lebrat io n Th ur sday n ig ht as di d t he r es t of t h e f rate r ni ti es wit h a d rop in. T he h o use wa s d eco ra ted at t hat time wit h an a bu nda nce of g r ee n and w h it e pap e r s t r ea m e r s an d g r ee n paper s hamro c ks w h ich , to the s urpri se of eve ry on e, see m to fair th e w h o le occa si on pre tty we ll. F r iday t he m e m bers an d dat es atte nd ed th e pa rade, Kni g ht in g ceremony, a nd t h e Cos t um e Ba ll t ha t eve nin g. A ft e r the ball a n in fo r mal pa r ty an d s in g sess ion wa s held at the house, Saturda y's s ocial li fe s tart ed wit h a vi s it to t h Sigma N \I T ea Dance for tho se w ho cou ld s t ill s ta nd t h e s train. At 7:30 that evenin g a banq ue t was h eld at th e Pe nn a nt Tavern wit h t h e tota l nu m be r o f L a m bda Chi 's, dat es a nd g uests cOlll inf( to a bo u t 11-1. Hi g h A lp ha Dixie v\T a lk e r acted as c hairma n a nd kep t th e whol e occas ion in a rath e r li g ht hea rt ed mood by the various jokes a nd pun s he cast about. Va ri ou s office r s of th e or a nizatio n w e r e nex t introduced at w h ic h tim e eac h mad e a fe w s tat e ment s a bout the oc cas io n. Next D ea n W il liams made a s ho r t addr ess w h ic h was s tro n g ly sa lte d wit h jok es. Afte r t hi s va riou s v is itin g a lumni s poke desc r ib in g how th e sc hoo l use d to b e a nd how St. Pat' s wa s ce le b rat ed in days go ne by. [ n a ll th e ta lks we r e quit e inte r es tin g a nd he lp ed a dd Illuch to t he sp irit of St. P at's, Nex t th e c hap e ron es , Mr. and HI'S. D eVe r e Jo s lin, IvIr. and Mrs. E uge ne No rt he r n, a nd Mr. a nd Mrs. H , D. Thoma s we re ca ll ed upon to sa y a fe w word s. T h e n t he s pea ke r of t h e eve n in g , Mr . Leo H ig ley , gave a n a ddr ess whi c h e nd ed in th e termination of th e ban q uc t. A lumni at th e ba nqu et we re : i'llI'. H. D. Thom as '2 , 1\11', E uge ne No rth e rn ex-'3 1, ::\Ir. A lb e rt B. N ed ham '2 1, 'Hr. F. G la dd n ex-'28, i'lIr. R x vVi lliam s '3 1, Mr. L eCompt Jos lin '3-1, Mr. A r t ::\I ce na n '-16, a nd Mr. Bo b M elli s '-1-1, ft I' th e ba nqu e t mo s t of th e g roup we n t to th e S t, Pat' s Se mi Formal J)an ce a nd a ft e r that to a n informa l party a t th e hou se. Ot h e r a lumn i who visite d t h ho use but w r ~ n ' t prese n t for th e banq uet we r e : B udd y Kin g ex-'36, B uzz Rodman '37, D ick Wh ea t '-1-1 an d Bo b e t c h fie ld '-1-1, II in a ll the St. l)a t' s ce le bration was quit e a s ucces s a t th e " hou se across th e t l'ac ks." TH ET A KAP P A P H I by MI C H AE L J, D E LANY ' 48

T he S t. P a t 's ce le bration at th e Th e ta Kappa J ' hi hou se was hi g hli g ht ed by t he pre se nce of A lumni brot he rs .lim i\[u rphy '35, G or "e Axmacher '-12, Bo b Kl ore r '-1-1, J ack Vo rb eck '-1 7, H aro ld Bu tzer ex-'35, Bo b M ein e rs ex-'-I6 and Ed Goetcmann '-1-1, T h e diffi c ult r oom s ituation preve nt ed mo s t m e mb e rs of o ur St. L o ui s chap t e r from atte nd in g. As is our c us tOIll , th e ho use wa s vacate d by th e m elllbers in favor of t he thirty-fi ve women g ues ts, i'llI'. a nd Mr s. Jo hn Vorbeck were c haperone s for th e we k-en d . Hou se

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SI. P at wa s accorded hi s us ua l "Roya l vV e lcom e" at th e K appa Sig ma ho use thi s yea r. Th e bo ys we r e a littl e too a n x ious to wait for th e offi c ial ope nin g s o jump ed th e g un

w ith a s tag party at Bro . Kud e r 's h o use W e dn es d ay ni g h t. Th ur s day wa s s pent d eco ratin g th e hou se an d putt in g th e fini s hin g to uc hes on th e A a t. The m a in c ontin ge nt of d a tes a rri ved durin g th e af te rn oo n a nd ea rl y eve nin g. A ll to ld th e r e w e r e abo u t 40 fe ll ow s from thi s c hap te r a nd their d a t es h e r e to e nj oy th e fest iv iti es. T he T hur s d ay ni g ht "O pe n H o use" prov ed ve ry s ucce . ful if a g ood tim e is t he c rit er ia for a s uccessf ul pa rt y. As a ll th e frat s on th e camp us were p:lrt ic ip a tin g in th e O pe n Hou se poli cy w e natura ll y mad a ll t he round s as we ll as playin g to the v a riou s fra t s durin g var iou s stages of th e eve n i n g . vV e we r e a ll quit e proud of o ur Ao at. Th e th e n Ie of th e fl oat wa s a b ea u tif ul g irl, our Hou se Maid , s ittin g on a thron e be in g prot ec te d f rom sev ra l v iciou s s na kes by two o f ou r pled ges ca rry in g th e ir tra dition a l s hill e lag hs. A ll cred it for t hi s fine Ao at g oes to R a lph P a dfi e ld who no t onl y d es ig ne d it but a lso did most of th e work in puttin g it to ge th e r. As p ro ud as w e were of ou r Aoat we were s till prouder of ou r l1 aid of Honor, Mr s. Grace Se xa uer. Grace, wife of B r o. Be rni e Sexa ue r, is a tall, bea u tiful brun e tt e who is th toa s t of th e l1 eta llur gy d ep:1 rtm e nt a nd ca n be found t he re ju st about eve ry d ay in the official capacity of D e partm e nt Sec r eta ry . To fi ll in time betwee n the reg ul ar St. Pat's d a nc e on F rid ay a nd Sat urd ay ni g ht s l\:appa Si g he ld in fo r mal afte rnoo n p a r ~ i e s. Ra lp h Bro uk '-12 a nd severa l fri e nds s holV ed up F r iday e\'e nin g and spe nt t he r est of the week -e nd h e lpin g us celeb rate. \ Ve \\'ere expecti n g many 1110re of th e a lu mni to show u p a nd wer e quite di sappoint e d not to see mor e of you th e r e. l3u d an d l3ett y U oy d a rri ve d Thurs d ay ni g ht. Bud wa s an acti"e m emb e r o[ th e chapter la s t s eme s ter but had to drop out of s chool thi s sem es ter d ue to injuries incurred in an automo bil e accident. As all goo d thin gs have to come to an end, Sun day found us a ll biddin g a sa d fa rewell to our dat es a nd then r et urnin g to the hou se to re -l i"e t h holiday in pleasa n t dr eam s. KAPPA ALPHA by FRED SPRINGER ' 49

Th e K appa A lph a frate r nity he ld an op e l~ house on Thurs da y nigh t for a ll Miners a nd t heir dates who d es ired to at te nd . T he down stairs inte ri or of t he hou se was co mplet e ly d eco rat e d an d th e di ning room look ed m uc h lik e a ni g ht c lub. The dinin g room \" as done in white a nd d a rk g r een, while the li vi n g room was d eco ra te d with w h ite and lig ht g re e n. Th e party was well attended and ev e ryone s ecmed to be e njo yin g th e ms e lves in t he true s pi rit of St. Pat's. F r iday saw th e comp letion of our Ao at which was enter d in the a nnu a l pa ra d e. T he Aoat co ns is te d of a thro ne m a d e in t he s hape of a la r g e s ham rock in w h ic h oa r l1aid of Honor was seated. O n sma ll e r t hr o nes on th e o u tsi d e of th s ham ro c k sat two mO ;' e bea utiful wome n. L ea din g' frol11 t he thron e was a lon g ais le w hi c h we n t most of th e le ngt h of' th e truck. In th e fina l jud ging, th e frate rnit y fl oat won s eco nd prize. Th e a nnual SI. P a t' s ba;lCju et was h e ld at t he c ll ap te r h o use o n Sat urd ay eve nin g , wit h l1i ss J ea nn e Se bastian, o ur :'IIaid, as the g uest of honor. Fo ll ow ing the ba nq uet, eve ryo ne a dj o urn ed to th e Formal Ba ll he ld in th e gy m. TAU KAPPA EPSILON by FRED WINTERS '49

T a u K appa Epsi lon h e ld it s first d a nce on the T ues d ay befo re St. l?a.t's at George Co rni c k' s Pen na n t Tave rn a nd R es taurant. Th e TEKES's soc ial activity at th e St. Pat 's cele bra tion wa s he ld to a minimum b y t lt e lat e d ate o f th ei r in s tallatio n a nd t he lac k of a frat e r nit y hou se. A hou se is in the offi ng , thou g h, th e TEKE w ill be be tt e r s it uat ed in th e nca r f utur e to e nt e r th e s ocia l li fe on th e ca mpu s. Th e Beta E ta c hapte r of Ta u Kappa Ep s ilon fr a te rnit y wa s In s ta ll ed at th e Sc hoo l of M in es on Mar c h 8-9. T hi s was (Collt inu ed

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New York Section By JAMES L. HEAD ' 16 it y , o n t h e o ccas io n of the A TilL ¡ 's 75t h N e w York A nni ve r s ary e le br atio n wa s the meet in g p lace fo r ,vLin e r s a nd th e ir ladie s from a ll over t h e co untry, a nd mo s t of th e m turn e d o u t o n Tu es d ay eve nin g, M a r c h 18, for th e lu mni Assoc iat ion dinn e r at th e S kipp e r Res ta ur ant on ' ''lest -17th s tr ee t. Seven t y- nin e w e r e pr ese nt , repr ese ntin g a ran ge of c la sses f rom 1898 to 19-16. D ea n Wil s on he a d e d a fac ul ty d e lega ti on of s ix, and former Di r ec tor Lewi s E.. j -o un g provi d ed a l ink ex t e ndin g back to 1907. C o c ktail time s timuut s id e la t e d th e r e uni on of old c lassmates an d f ri e nd s . traffic Illu s t h ave pause d mom e ntaril y at th e un ex p ec t e d lo udly s un g d es ir t h at " l \Vi s h I H a d a B a rr e l of Rum ," afte r which eac h g ro u p conce ntr ate d on fill e t mi g n o n . Al umni Pr e, id e nt Karl H asse lm ann '25 had to ca n ce l hi s trip to Kcw't"o r k, so Vice l ) r es id n t Jam es I,. I-l ead pr es iclcd. A ft e r r e a d in g a m essage from Pr es ident Mi ddl e bu s h who wa s unabl e to b e p r ese nt, h e introduc e d Enoch R . _\T ee dl es '1-1 as T oastmaster of th e e\¡e nin g. l na,m uc h a s it was th e e\'e nin g ,If te l' S t. Patrick's Day it \,'as appropriate that so m e attention b e gi l-e n to o ur P a tron Sai nt, so E n oc h ca ll cd o n Geo r ge A. Eas ley '09, a III mb r of the co mmitt ee that ar r anged Roll a's fir s t St. I'at's Da y Ce le br atio n . Th ori g ina l g roup' s task wa s some what eas ie r th a n th at of the co mmitt ees in charge o f the e labor a t e p r ese nt -day ce le bration s , bu t it in\-o h -e d obtaining t h e s cret a dh ere n ce of th e e ntir e s tud e nt b ody to th e proposed p lan for an un sc h edul e d h liday. Th e r eac tion of Dir cto r Youn g and t h e facu lt y to t h c p la n wa s await d with no littl e apprehemion. H ad Dr. \ 'o un g not go n e a lo n g wit h th e pla n, Geo r ge mi g ht n ot no\\' b e a bl e to appen d n.s .. E.1I. , Dr. of Eng l' . to h is nam e. I t wa s fi tt ing Ihat Dr. 'Youn g b e ca ll e d u pon to b e t h e n ext spea k e r. After r eca llin g that ca rl y St. J at', d ay and o ther incidcnts in hi , te rm as lJir ecto r frolll 1907 to 1913,

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Th e C hlc 2.go c hapte r of th e MSM A lu m " i Association ce le brated St. Pat' s at a ga la affair Satu rday eve nin g, Marc h I S, 19.+7 a t th e C hica g o E n g in ee r s Club. T h e fes ti vities b ega n with a s o c ial hour a t w h ich tim e th e a mb e r fluid was p1c:rl ti ft.; I a nd tho se in atte nd a nce wi ll in g . Pun c h was avai ia b le fo r a ll tho se morc res pec tfu l of th e ir g a s tronomic propriety. A ft e r th e us ua l a mount of c hit. c ha t, th e cele brants adjo u rn e d to t he Club dinin g room wh e r e a d eli g htful d inn e r wa s se rv ed to th e s oft s train s of app r opr iate lllus ic. T he who le affa ir wa s ca rri e d off as a mi n iatu re e diti on of th e Rol la S t. Pat 's, minu s, of co ur se, th e c o s tum es and d ec o rat ive e ffect s. Th e onl y approac h to cost u m es r esem blin g t h o se of b y-g on e years were th e la di es' hat s. B<,]loo ns we re furni s he d by J. IN. Howe rt o n a nd m us ic by s ome of M r. P e t rill o 's boy s at the us ua l fee. T he d ance, St. Pat 's Ba ll to yo u, wa s s ta r t ed at 8 :30 p.m. wit h th e G rand March , dir ected b y \tVm. Schwei khardt '28. Mr s . iVL E. N icke l, e x-St. Pat's Qu ee n and John R. P o s t, ex-S t. P a t, he ld co ur t ov e r th e w h o le asse mbl y a nd ack now led ge d th e kotowing of th e ir ma n y s ubj e ct s. Th e pa r ty was brou g ht to a c lo se at 12 midni g h t a nd fr om th e con ce ns us, is co ns id e red on e of o u r mo s t s uccessf ul affa irs. T h e fo ll owin g is a li s t of tho se att e ndin g : Mr. a nd Mr s. J ames Hopki n s ' 13; Mr. an d Mr s. G. E. John s on ' 16; Mr. and :Mr s. H. H. Hoppock '20; M r. a nd Mr s. R. R. Hoppo ck, g uests; Mr. a nd M r s. R. A. L ind g r e n '23; Mr. and Mr s. A. Wa ll s '2.+; Mr.W1ll. Goodwin '25; Mr. an d Mr s. L Kitc he n ex-'26; lvIr. R. H. S tur gess '28; Mr. and Mr s. Wm. Sc hw e ikhardt '28; Mr. a nd Mr s. E . T. Re ge nh ar dt '30; IVI r. a nd Mr s. \iV. R. B ur g oyne '35; M r. a nd Mr s. S. S. Smit h, g ues ts ; Mr. and M r s. D. R. Howe r ton '35; Mr. and M rs . W. S ny d e r '35; Mr. a nd Mr s. L. E. Grafft '3 7; Mr. an d M r s. G. H es let '37; M r. a nd M r s. ]. l tV. How e rt o n '38 ; Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Sko nnin g, g uests ; M r. and Mr s. R. G. F e rn a ld , g uests; Mr. and iVIr s. M. E. Nic k e l '38 ; Mr. and Mr s . J o hn R. Po s t '38; Mr. an d Mr s . D . D. B urri s '39 ; M r. a nd M r s. K. H. Tu c ke tt '39; Mr. A. F. Fick a nd d at e '4 1; M r . a nd M rs. Ken Roffmann '42; Mr. VV. H. Ta s c he k ''+7; M r . H. Ge:1e Ru sse ll and dat e '47.

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T he Chicago sec tion of th e Alumni Assoc latlon, of w hl c h Le land E. Grafft is chairm a n, is to h o ld a n important m ee tin g on May 23. P r es id e nt F r e d e rick A Midd lebu s h of t he U niv e r s it y of Mi ss o u ri ha s bee n inv it e d to att e nd a s g ues t of h o no r. P res id e nt Middleb us h h as acc epted th e ln vltatlO n a nd D ean C ur ti s L. W il s o n w ill accompa ny h im to th e m ee tin g . Deta il s as to t im e and p lace wil l b e mai le d to t he m e mb e r s of t he C hi cago section b y t he offic ia ls of t hat sec tion. A lumni ot he r than th e memb e r s hip of t h e C hi cago se ctio n w ho mi g h t b e in C hi cago at that tim e may sec u r e in fo rm a tion b y con ta cti n g L e la nd at 26 1 E ll sworth s tr ee t, Ga ry, Ind . Vi s itin g a lu m n i a r e in v it e d to att e nd. By BARNEY NUELL '21

T he Lo s A n ge les sec tion of t h e A lu mni A ssociation had a n int e r es tin g St. Pat's party on Sat u rday, Marc h 22. Th e s hindi g wa s he ld at th e R edwood Hou se ~.t Fi r s t a nd Broadway a n d brou g h t ba c k a lot of fond m emori es to eve r yon e p r ese nt. I n acco rd ance wi th in s t ru ctions, e ve r yone appea r ed w ea rin g "a bit of th e g r ee n. " Eva Hirdler McGr ee ne would ha ve won fir s t p ri ze, if p ri zes ha d b ee n off e r e d, for the s t u nnin g g r ee n h at s he wore . Th e d ec oration s co ns iste d of one hu ge ful ly rip e ne d artichok e, t.astef ull y d ecorate d with nic e s pri gs of par s ley, and 'ti s s aid that Carmen Miranda sw oon ed wit h j ea lou sy wh e n s h e hea rd s he ha d b ee n outdone b y o u r litt le Eva! ]vlr. a nd Mr s . Tim Mc H e dd e l1 and Mr. and Mrs . K e ith O'Cook p ro v id ed' th e d ec o ration s in t h form of s ham ro c k id e ntificat ion ta gs, as w e ll as Iri s h pota to t's a n d lit t!e g reen ca ndl es wh ich added to th e c olor a nd ga iety of t he oc cas ion. . Fo r once no bu s in ess wa s di sc usse d, th e eve nin g be in g g ive n ove r entire ly to ce le b ration of St. Pa t's b irt hda y . A featur e of th e e \'e ni ng '.va s th e ve ry wo n d e rfu l photog raph y p r ese nt ed b y Pau l McLindau ; P au l ha s ma d e q ui t e a hobb y of nat ur e s tudy p hoto g raph y, particu lar ly birds, flow e r s, in sects and s u nse t s. A ll of hi s wor k, both s till a nd mo v ies, a r e in b ea uti ful f ull co lor an d dr ew ma n y exc la mation s from t h e c rowd o n th e ir s h ee r be a u ty. T ho se p rese nt at th e part y \-v e re : Mr. and Mr s. Bill McDonaldso n '28; M r s. Eva Hirdler McGr ee ne ' I I and s o n Dav id; M r. J ess ie H e ll e r O 'B oy e r ex-'91; IvIr. and Mr s . C ur t McSchmitz '33; Mr. and M rs. L eonard O ' Sp ie r s '35; Mr. a nd 'Mrs. D a ni e l McH uffm a n '3 1; Prof. and M rs . R. O ' Fo rb es ; iVI r . a nd Mr s. Cy McYou n g ; Mr. H e rb. O'Soest '06; Mr. lvIark McBea rd ''+2; Mr. an d Mr s . K e ith O'Cook '44; :Mr. a nd Mr s. Jim lvIcH edd e l1 '41; Mr. a nd Mr s. Pa ul McLi nd a u ' I I ; Mr. a nd Mr s. Ba rn ey O'N uell '21.

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Houston Section B y W. M . PICKLES , JR. ' 32

A d isc uss ion of th e A lumni Assoc ia tion b y its pr es id e nt , Ka rl F. Ha sse lma n n, hi g hli g h t e d th e fi rs t 19.+7 me e tin g of th c Ho us to n sec tion. T he m ee tin g was he ld in t h e T exa s Sta t e Hotel , afte r an " unu s ua ll y g ood" s t ea k/ sea food di il1ic r .

M r. Hasse lmann pointe d out the rap id g rowt h ma d e b y th e Assoc iation in th e pa s t few yea r s a nd u r ge d a ll to pa rti c ipate in th e h a lf- m illio n doll a r s c holars hi p fu nd th e A ss oc iat io n is t ry in g to es ta bli s h . E lec tion r es ult s w e re announ ce d for t he sec tion, a nd th e nc',,' offic e r s, O. K. (O ~s i e ) Holman '3 7, c ha irman ; R. G. (Ra lph) Gra ham '31 , v ice c hairman ; an d \,y. M. (Bil l) Pickles Jr. '32, sec re ta ry-t reas ur e r, took c ha r ge of th e 111 ce ti n g .

In ord e r to p r omote fe ll ow s hip a nd build up int e r es t in a lu mn i affa irs th e Ho us ton Mine r s d ec id e d to in st itute a se ri es of s hort lun c h eon m ee tin gs. T he fi rs t meetin g will b e he ld Tu es day', Ap ri l 22 at a place to b e a nn ou nce d . T h e r eafter, mo nthl y lun ch e on m ee tin gs wi ll be h eld th e third

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SECTION NEWS Tu es d ay o f e ~ c h m o nth . Pl an s for a dinn e r da n ce to b e h Id f\pr il .1 w e r e di sc ussed. I": ac h m e mb e r w as u r ge d to brin g anot h e r ~"lin e r an d hi s wif e. Th place o f th e d a n ce h a s n ot b ee n cle~ nit e l y d ec ide d upon . I)u cs fo r 1947 w e r e co lle c ted , and t h e m ee tin g Orflc iall y adjour n e d a nd gave wa y to a fu ll - n ed g' d bull sess ion . 1I 1in c rs pr ese nt wcre: N. 1(. l3r ill '-12, 'vV. I: . C ook e Jr. '35 , R . .I . I)ob s on '34, ,R . C. ' raham '3 1, 1('. F. I-I a s,e lmann '25, O. 1'-. I-I o lm a n '37, 'YV. I)' K e nt '-~3 , 1II. A IA;cirord '26, M. C. i, u c k y '20, C. W. lI'l ÂŤ g a l is '2.1 , Ilen I: . M o r g an ex-'26, I, . D. O lafso n '-13, O. D. l' c llI'o se '-12, \IV. M. J'i c kl es .I I'. '3 2, R. G . Pro u g h '38, C. C. S mit h '26, D. S. S mit h '-13, H . C. S t eve n s '-11 .

P ittsburgh Sec tion Being O rga n ized I'res id e nt I( ar l I:. 'H a ssc lillann '2.1 an d Vice Pr es id e n t ,1alll es I, . H ead ' J 6 h e lp e d la u n c h th e I' ilt s bur g h sec ti on a t th e L:nil' r" it y Cl ub in I' ills bur g h, I'a., A pril 19. Not ice w c r c sc nt to a ll k nown a luillni wit h in a r a diu s a s fa r e a s t as H a rri s bu r g a nd we s t to Co lu ill bu s. M em b e rs o f th e CO Illmill ee w e r c : I, o ui s A. Turnbull '22, I ~ . S. \Nh ee le r '22 , a nd \IV. O. I,-ec l in g '23. I)e tai ls c o n ce rnin g th e m ee ti n g wi ll b e ca rri e d in th e n cx t iss u e o f th e A lumni ma g azi n e.

Schmoldt '40 H eads M embership Com m ittee H a ns " I)utcb" Sc hilloidt h as b ee n appoint e d C h nirma n f t h e lII e mb e rs hi p Co mmit t ee of th e A luillni A ss e iati on fo r th e 19-17--18 te rm . " I) ut c h " is a lr e ad y famo u s fo r th e n e w s le tt e r h e p ut out monthly d urin g t h e war , kee pi n g S ig ma I.' i's a l l ov r t h e g lo b e in to u c h wit h o n e anot h e r. ler e is emp loye d a t th e p r ese n t t im e b y t h e I' hilli p s I'et roIcum Co mp a ny in 130r g e r, T exas. I) urin g hi s co ll eg iat e chys, " I) ut c h" wa s a S ig ma I'i, se r vi n ,,- a s t h e ir pre s id e nt; h e wa s activ e in ] n tl'amura l s po rt s ; th e 1nt e rf ra t e rnity Co un c il; and A. 1. C h . I':.

Chairman Appointed to Board of Visitors (CO llI inll ccI from Page ! )

e nroll at our S tat e in s titution s to co mpl e te t h e ir re s p cc ti ve e du cat ion s. "T h e pr ese n t faciliti es ca nn o t po ss ibl y tak e car e of th s it uat io n eve n two yea rs h e n ce w h e n th e pr ese nt trem e ndou s Fr s hill a n c la ss b ec om es th e Jun ior a nd e nior c la ss e s . A diff e r e :;t typ e of eq u ipm e nt an d in s tru c tor is abso lut e ly e s,e nt la l. T he 130 a rc\ aga in re p ea te d it s reco mm e n d at ion fo r a CdPit a l o utl ay for ph ys ica l p la nt :!ddiiion s and improv e mcnt s fOl' th e U n ;ve rs it y of Mi ss ouri, b ot h at C o lun lb ia a nd at Rolla; for th e teac h e rs co ll eges ; for Linco ln ni ve r s ity at ,1 e fr e rs on C it y ; fo r th e Sc ho o l for th e 131ind in ' \. Loui s ; a nd for th e Sc hool for th e Deaf at Fu lt o n ; for a total propo se d o utla y of $-10,000,000.00. T h e Hoar d rec om m e nd ed th at, unle ss ot h c r fund s a re avai la b le, a b ond iss u e propo sa l b e s u bmitt cd to th e people of t h e tat e o f lI li ss ouri for th e ac c cn lp li s hm e nt of thi s purpo se . Their I' co mm e n d a ti o n for th e c h oo l o f Min es a t Roll a total e d , -1-,1.10,000.00. T h is in c lud ed th e co mp le tion of th e power p lant , t h e co mpl e tio n of t h e s eco nd ha lf of C h e mical I": n l;' in ee rin g buildin g, d orm it o ri es, e ig ht n e w build in gs for in s tru ctio n a l purpo ses , and t h e r e m ode l in g of o t h e r bu ild -

Enrollment for Year 2565 17 in a l e n ro ll m e nt s ta ti s ti cs s h ow a total of 2176 s tud e nt s reg is t red for t he Sp rin g se me s te r. Thi s is a n in c r ease of 2 % ov e r th e Fa ll e nro llm e nt a n d, acco r din g to n at ion-w id s tati s ti cs , Mi ss o u r i Sc h oo l o f Mi n es a nd M e ta ll ur gy is o n e o f th e few c ol leges a nd u ni v e rs iti es w h o,c e nroll11l e nt j u mp ed fo r th c se co nd sc m es te r o f th e s c hoo l yea r. C umul at ive fi g ur es for t h e yea r J946--47 s h ow t hat ther e w e rt' 2.)65 s tud c nt s e nrolled, 82 % of whol11 w e r e ve t e ran s . Durin g thi s p e ri o d th e r e were 1262 17 r es hm e n, 499 Sop h om o rcs , 384 .J uni ors , 2.')5 Se ni o rs , 86 G raduat e S t ud e nt s , a nd 79 U n c la ss ifi ed a nd pecia l St ud e nt s. Th e El ec tri ca l En g in ee r inl!; d e parlm " nt topp ed th e li s t, w ith t h e M ec hanica l I:: n g in ee rin g d e pa rtm c n t n~ n nin g a c lo s e s eco nd, a nd Mini n g t hird in e nr Qll m e n t. T hi s ye a r sa w 105.) n e w Fre:; h m e ll m a ke th e ir app e a ra n . at 1I1 S M, a lo n g w ith -1--1-7 upp e r c la ss m e n w ho tran ., fe rr ed from ot h e r co ll e ges a nd 362 fo r mer M SlI i" s tud c nt s w hn re turn e d to complete th ir work aft e r hav in g s p e nt s Ol11 e tim e in th e va rio us branc h es of s ervice.

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b y nC\'e r makin g it n ecessa r y fo r a ny m e mber of thi s s ta ff to b e put in t h e p o s ition of havin g to apo lo g ize fo r an y s li g ht es t d e viation from t hat h ea vy ob li g at io n o n yo ur part . L think it is up to e ve r y co lleo' cO l11m unit y to mai nt a in a type of comm ull it y l ife t h at w ill b e 1110 r e or le ss a mod e l C 0I11111Llllity. "

" \IVe of th e s c h oo l ar e tr y in g to teac h th es e s tud e nt s a ll t h e diff e re nt pha s s of a tec hni ca l p rof e ss ion; t h a t is our job," I're s id e n t M iddl e bu s h a dd e d . "How man y of yo u r ea li z e that eve r yo n e of yo u is a t eac h e r of t h ese 2000 s tud e nt s o n th e camp u s of M S M. T hink h ow m u c h t hey ar c imprc sse d with ce r ta in thi:1 gs t h at g o w ith c iti zen s h ip by t h e t ype of peop le th ey fi nd ex is tin g in thi s co mmunity. I am n ot s ayi n g thi s c riti ca lly. Yo u a r e doin g a fin e jnb, but a iob is n C\'e r s o g ood t h at yo u s h ou ld n ot b e con s tal,t! y see kin g for il np r OVC 1l1 Cilt."

I n t h e repo rt t h e 130a rd <;[a ted " Th e a b s o lut e n ecess it y fo r a d qu at e buildin gs in th e in s ti t uti o n :; cove red b y t hi s n , port is n o longe r a th o r y . I t is a c riti ca l fac tu a l , it nat ion . f\ s a board we un a nim o u s ly r ec o mm e nd t h e carryin g o ut of th e buildin g p r o g r am a s rec o mm e nd ed in d e ta il in o ur 19-1-1r e port. ., vVit h D r. G ree n o n t h e Hoard of V is it o rs a re : T lleo d ore An d e rs o n of Mo ntr ea l, Mo .; W . R H ec hl e r of IJa lt o n , Mo.; J ame s Ro ll in s of C o lumbi a, Mo.; a nd A ll e n L. O li ver of Cap e G ir a rd eau, Mo .

'o mm e ndin g t h e c iti zens o f Ro lla for takin g ca r e o f pu bl iC h e'llth matters in th e co mmunit y, the P r es id e nt sai d , "T h e ri c h e r yo u ca n en d ow thi s com munity li fe in Rolla; th e fin e r e ndowm e n t, p h y s ica lly a nd menta ll y, yo u ca n po ss ibl y throw a r o und th e s tud e nt b o d y, th e ha ppier we will b e and th e mO:' e y ou wi ll re pay th e taxpay e r fo r wha t h e IS e xpcnd in g in t hi s co mmunit y ." L'r es id e nt M idd le bu s h r e f rr e d to t h e r ap id g r owt h In e nrollm e nt b o th a t h ,o ll a and Co lumbia an d th e diffi cu lty in mai nt ai nin g hou s in g , teac h rs , a nd o th e r faci liti es fo r th e b e n efi t of t h e s tud e nt s . H e s poke of th e r e qu es t made to th e legis lat ur for th e m a int e na n ce of th e sc hoo l a nd fo r th e rectio n o f n e w bu ildin gs . H e fu r t h e r s tate d that t h es e h av e b ee n m a te ria lly re du ce d in th e bud ge t r e po r t, but h e wa s co nfid c nt of a s y mp a t h e ti c h ea rin g b efor e th e leg- is la tur e for a d e quat e s uppo r t o f t h e c h oo l o f Min es a s we ll as th e U n ive r s ity a t Co lumbi a, Spea kin g of build in g n e e d s Pr es id e nt Midd le bu s h said t ha t comp le t ion of t h e n ew c h mi s t ry buildin g wa s a " "Jt l ~ t" fo r I ~o ll a a nd that h e wa s h opef u l that th e n e w $500,000 min e ra l indu s tr y bui ldin g wo u ld b e g rant e d. T h e Powe r l'l:1l1t is n ea rin g co mpl e ti o n ; t h e d o rmito r y for whi c h appropriati o n s II' c r e m a d e la s t yea r ha s not ye t b ee n co ntra c ted d~l e to inabilit y a t thi s t im e t o c on s t r u ~t a buil d in g of thi s kInd . H e a dd ed , h ow eve r, t h at thi s m o n ey wi ll b e re-a ppropria t ed an d that e\'e ntuall y a d es irab le, per m a n e nt type of s tr ll c tur e w il l b (' e rec t ed. H e sa id that th e t e mporary b u ildin g s n ow b e in g use d a re in va luab le in 0 11 1' c rowd ed co ndi tio n , but w c re no t to b e regar d e d as s ub ; titutin g fo r mor e p e r lllan e nt , so lid co n s tru c tion .

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S ig m a N u ca ptur e d the ha r d-fou g ht wrestling titl e . A Rood of n e w wr es tlin g t a le nt a s w e ll as o ld vete ra n s d e li g h te d th e c rowd wit h their ag ili ty , s ki llful u se of legs , cat-like s talkin g a ro u nd the rin g , and th e u se of w e ig ht and s tr e n g th to the utmo s t a dva nt age. The fi g ur e fo ur sc iss or hold wa s s napp e d on \ 1\' e in ge l, Sigma N u ,. b y B eve rage , Lam bda C h i, winnin g for t h e latt e r th e h eavy w e ig ht titl e . Other "c hamp s" a r e Brown of th e P eg is C lu b in t h e 11 8 pound c lass; "Leopardman" He r man in th e 126 poun d e r s ; Peterson of T rian g le, r e tained h is tit le in th e 131 po u nd g roup; l\[ cC linton of th e F r es h m a n c la ss , 1.+5 Ib s.; H umph:' ey" a ls o of t h e fre s h man c la ss, 153 Ib s.; Eaton of Si g ma Nu, 166 Ib s. ; a n d Steven s of Pi Kappa A lp h a, 176 Ib 5. A lmo s t stea li'lg th t: s how durin g intenni ss io n of Frida y ni g h t wer e two Min e r s , Scow n an d Spe n ce r, who put o n an ama z in g ex hibitio n of h a n d ba lan ci n g . A ll an Beverage is about to pin Bob vVe in eI i n the fi nal heavywe ight match

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th e fi rs t instal lat ion of a n e w f rate rni iy on th e camp u s s in ce 1935 . T a u K appa Epsi lon is on e of t h e la r gest n atio na l f rater niti es in th e co untry toda y an d is rapidly g r ow in g la r ge r. I t has ov e r fifty a lumni an d und e rg rad u ate c hapt e r s th rou g hout th e U nit e d States. Th e TK E c h apter, afte r se r vi n g se l-e ra l probationary month s as a co lony, was fo r me rl y in s talled b y Fre d K e ttl ekam p, assista nt d ea n of m e n at vVa s hin g ton U ni ve r s it y in St. Loui s . Seve ral m e mber s from t h e TEKE c hapt e r at t hat sc h ool a ss is ted him in t h e initiation. A banqu et wa s h e ld in the Pen n ant Ta ve rn a nd R es ta ur ant on S un d ay ni g ht, 'M a r c h 9, a n d offi c iall y clo oe d t h e ceremonies. D ean C u rti s L. \ IVi ls on o f t h e Sc h oo l of 'Mi n es gave a s h o r t tal k o n "A r is to c racy of Se rvice" a n d D ea n K c tt le k a m p s pok e on " \ V hy F rate rn ity)" D r. Ma r io n Ca ldw e ll acte d a s toa s tma s te r fo r t h e ba n q u e t.

FOI-t y -se ve n m e mb e rs we re initiate d, in c ludin g' fo u r loc a l bu s in ess m e n as a ss ociat e mem b e rs, into th e c h ap te r a nd more are ex p ecte d to b e p le d ged soo n. SIGM A P I by K E ITH S HEPP ARD ' 47

A lumni g uests of th e A lph a I ota c h a pt e r, S ig ma Pi frat e rnit y durin g th e gay St. P at's ce le brat ion w e r e : H a n s Schmo ldt '.+.+ who drove 790 mile s from Bor ge r, Texas, Jo h n C. Sc hilli n g ''+3, Rich a rd Doi sey '.+6, a nd La rr y Bahn '-16, from St. Lo u is, Ve rnon Ka s t e n ''+ 5 an d Ra ymon d Jon es '.+6, from Cape Girard eau, Mo. , a nd J oe A d ams ''+3 who is n ow wo rkin g in Da ll as, T exas . T h e Sigma Pi 's e nt e re d MacNamara 's Ban d as a fl oat in t h e St. P a t's p a ra d e, t h e float takin g fourth pla ce . 'vVe w e re proud to b e th e on ly Roat in th e para d e that ga \-e out wit h s om e g ra nd ol d Ir is h mu s ic, i.e ., " I t's th e Same O ld S h ille la g h M e Fat h e r B ro u g h t F r om I r e land," which wa s playe d o n a p ubl ic add ress sys te m w h ile MacNamara's Band pan tomim ed w it h t h e in s t ru m e nt s. A ll in a ll th e week-e nd of St . Pat's wa s a hu ge s uccess for t h e S ig m a Pi' s , and a fi n e ti m e was e nj oye d b y all.

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MSM MEN IN INDUSTRY R ussian and A merican Engineers' Problems By R. G. KNICKERBOCKER ' 13

T hi s bri e f art icl e is int e nd e d to g ive a few imp r ess ion s form ed by p e r s o n a l contact wi th th e Ru ss ia n p eop le durin g th e ir rev o luti o n s, and s in ce th a t tim e th ro u g h co nta c t wit h R uss ia n e n g in ee r s in thi s co untry d uri n g t hi s la s t war a nd w it h seve ral fe ll ow A m e ri ca n e n g in ee r s who s p e nt profes s ion a l time in Ru ss ia . Th e ob j ec t of m y j o urn ey in Ma r ch 1917 throu g h J apa n, Kor ea, Ma n c huri a, and S ib e ri a wa s to se rve a s a m e ta llu r g ica l e n g in ee r fo r a B riti s h -R u ss ia n indu s t ria l or g anizat io n ; i. e ., th e K is htim Minin g Co rporat io n w ith h ea dquart e r s in London, E n g land. Th e Lo ndon offic e h a d a n id ea that th e co rpor at ion wa s lo s in g u ndu e amo un t s of g o ld, s il ve r, a nd p la tinum s li m es f r om it s e lec tro ly ti c copper pl ant b y reas o n of fa ult y tec hn ica l op e ration. M y p u rpo se wa s to impro ve th ese t ec hnica l m e thod s o f rec o ve ry in o r d e r to en a ble t h e onl y Ru ss ian coppe r r e fi n e ry at th at tim e t o inc re ase its u sef uln ess to t h e A lli es in \ Vo rld Wa r 1. T h irty yea r s later I s t ill ma rve l at th e ge n e r o s ity a n d kin d n ess of th e Ru ss ia n p eopl e in t h o se day s w hi c h enabl e d me to t rave l, w ith av e rage c omfort in r ev olutionar y tim es, e leve n d ays throu g h th e S ib e ri an fo r es t s fr om Ha rbin to t h e K is hti m p rop e rt y in t h e s o u t h e rn U ra l mountain s b y th e s o le m ea n s of a Ru s s ian - En g li s h di c t ionary. Wh e n I a rri ve d at S y e rd lo vs k I wa s adv ise d by th e Br iti s h cons u l t ha t th e onl y lo ss of g o ld , s il ve r, an d p lat inum s lim es in t h e Ki s hti m C orporation 's op e ration wa s d u e to s tea lin g b y th e or g ani za tion s of wo rkm e n and s oldi e r s, th e c r ow d w hi ch ultim at ely took ove r t hi s plant a s a u n it of th e pr ese n t s o c ia li s ti c r epub lic .. A fact · w h ic h r emain s impr esse d u pon m y mind wa s that durin g t hi s jou rn ey, s tud e n t s of t h e tec hni ca l s ch oo ls w e r e t h e o nl y yi s ibl e o r ga nization attempting to act as a poli ce fo r ce. T h ese s tud e n t s, und e r th e ol d Ru ss ian r eg im e, wo r e di s tin c ti,·e u niform s d es ig n a tin g· which tec hni cal sc hoo l t h ey w e rc att e ndin g . Thi s wa s after t h e fir s t Ru ss ian l· evo lutio n a nd t h e on ly g overnm e n t wa s th e K e r e n s ky prov is ion al g ov e rnm e nt w hi c h in Oc tob e r 1917 wa s a b s orb ed or tak e n ov e r b y the Bol s h ev ik s. T hi s we commo nl y ca ll th e Secon d Ru ss ian R e,·o lution. In my mi nd I co mpar e th e 1917 Ru s s ian r ev o lu t ion w ith th e Ame rican r evo luti on of 1776, a di ffe re n ce of a hundr e d a nd fo rty-on e yea r s o f ca le nda r tim e d u rin g w h ich Ame rica h as d eve lop ed t h e mo s t pow e rful ind u s trial produ c tion or ga nizat ion s in t h e world. Ru ss ia, on t h e oth e r hand , h as hardl y s tart e d a nd owin g to that particul a r fo r m of g ove rnm e n t w ill p r o ba bl y n eve r r ea ll y s ta r t until a ft e r a t hir d r evolution. A fe w inci d e nt s whic h I r e m e m b e r that w e r e cha racte ris tic of th e r ev o lu tiona ry d ays in R u ss ia in 19 17 a r e reca ll e d. I r e m em b e r, upon leav in g IZis htim in th e fir s t w ee k of J a nuar y 1918, t h at th e B ol s h ev ik g o ve rnm e nt h ad a lr e a dy tak e n o ve r and Ame r ica n o r fo r e ig n e n g in ee rs w e r e not a ll o we d to lea ,·e th e co un try wit h out s p e cia l p e rmi ss ion. T wa s un a bl e to obtain thi s p e rm iss ion from t h e Ki s h tim CO !Tlmi sar' s oFfic e a n d a P o li s h int e r pr e t e r for th e Lon d o n office a nd I mana ge d to br ib e o ur w·ay into th e y es t ibu le of t h e exp ress train for P e fro g r a d. Th e numb e r of r et urn e d s oldi e r s a nd p ea sant s t rav e lin g at that tim e was h a rd to b e lieve. To m e it see m e ci that t h e w hol e of R uss ia wa s on a sc h ool pi c ni c . Th e t rain wo uld g o a hun dr ed mi les in on e dir ec tion, s top a t a town, an d th e p e op le ge tt in g on at that town wou ld a r g u e wit h th e crow d in the train to g o b ac k in th e ot h e r dir ec tion for a hund r e d o r s o mil e s, and w e wou ld go ba c k a nd fort h un ti l it wa s t h r ee da y s b ef or e we reac h ed }Je t rog rad fr 011l Sverdlov s k; normall y thi s t rip wo uld tak e t wenty-fo ur hour s . T h e trai n wa s s o crow d e d t h at no on e h ad s pace to li e down to s le ep. S om e of u s s tood u p pack ed like s~. r din e s wi th no dail ge r of fa lli n g over b ec a use of o ur n e xt door nei g hb o rs an d s ome sa t c lo se ly packed to ge th e r. I saw a nd h ea rd man y g u n fi g ht s w h ile in Pe tr o g ra d . Th e re w e re 110 po li ce; th e p e opl e in t h e s t ree t s wo uld ge t '

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int o a r g um e nt s ; th ese wo uld d eve lop into fi g ht s ov e r diffe re n ces of opinion , man y of th em e n d in g in a s h ort trial w ith just ice o n th e s pot. Th e fee lin g tow ar d s an y uniform or a ny s ig n of a u t h o rit y in th e w h o le of R u ss ia dur in g tho se day s ran ve ry hi g h. Th e copp e r re fin e r y h a d on e fo r ema n, a L ithu a ni an w h o s po k e G e rm a n v e ry flu e ntly a nd acted a s my in te r p r e te r mo s t of th e tim E:. H e at te mpt ed to ex pla in to m e b y wor d s h ow the lo ss of s lim es o cc urr ed but felt a s thou g h h e mu s t d emon s trate b y a v is ual examp le, s o h e ve ry qui e tl y too k m e up o n top of t h e s k y li g h t o f th e ta nk r oom a t 3:00 o'c loc k in th e mornin g a nd s h ow e d m e th e Ru ss ia n workm e n in t h e act of s t ealin g th e s lim es . Th ey wo uld rai se th e anod es out of t h e ta nk w ith a c h a in bl ock, s li p a g unn y sac k ov e r t h e lo w e r e nd of th e anod e, sc rape th e s li me s into t h e g unn y sa c k , ti e t h e g unn y s ac k a nd ta k e it out s id e a nd throw it over th e s to n e wa ll w hi ch s urround e d th e p lant. O n e of t h ei r b udd ies wo u ld b e o u ts id e a nd wo u ld lo ad th e s limes onto a wa g on a n d ca rt t h e m away to th e ir u nd erg ro und s m e lt in g furn ace w hi ch th ey r an mor e hour s of op e ra tion than t h e on e in o ur K is h t im r efi n e ry . Th ey were q u it e op e n a bout t hi s at that ti m e b eca u s e th e r e wa s no po lice force a nd no way to preve n t it, an d it was n ot ve ry h ea lth y to eve n kn ow a bout it. • T h e e lectro ly tic cop pe r re fin e ry at Ki s h tim was built by an Am e rican e n g in ee r w ho mana ge d the p rop e r ty for se ve r a l yea r s a fte r th e r e fin e ry wa s co mpl e t e d. Th e ov e rh ea d c r a n e, w hi c h se rv e d t h e pl ac in g of a nod es a nd r e mo v in g or cat h od es in t h e tank h ou se, h ad fa ll e n into poor co ndition b eca u se th e Ru ss ia n e lec tri cia n s w e r e un ab le to r epa ir it. At th e tim e I wa s in Ki s h tim a ll t h e anod es a nd ca th o d es we r e p lace d b y h and w ith ove rh ea d troll ey s whic h h eld t h e c h a in block for lif ti n g t h e a nod es an d ca thod es . N o mo tor s w e re ma nufac tur e d in Ru ss ia a t t h e time that I wor k ed th e r e in 19 17. A ll e lec trica l e quipm e nt s u c l, a s motor s a nd ge n e rator s we r e bui lt in G e rma n y or E n g la nd . A fe w, but v e rv few , Italian pi eces of equipm e n t w e r e noti cea bl e. Th e Ru i s ian indu s tri es up to 1917 w er e of v e ry mi n or impo r ta n ce in th e wo rld 's indu s tri es . T h e r e were a t tha t t im e ove r a hundr ed and sey en ty m illi o n R uss ian p eas a nt s, ve ry few of whom cou ld r ea d or w ri te a n d w ho kn ew less a b out or g an iza tion a nd t h e s t r e n g t h of or ga ni zat ion a nd its o bj ec ts t h a n o ur av e ra ge Ame ri ca n Neg ro at t h at t im e. Le nin a n d T rot s ky w e r e w e ll aware of the pr ob le m of g ove rn in g th ese hundr ed and seve nt y m illi o n p eas ant s. Th ey fe lt that a s t r on g a rm a nd t h e w hip h a nd , rega rdl ess of the name, wa s th e on ly m ea n s of controllin g th e R uss ian p;: op le. T h e pr ese n t g over n m e n t or ga n iza tion t h a t h as be e n b u il t u p t h ro u g h th e pas t tw e n ty -fi ve y ea r s is a dir ec t res u l t of thi s m e t h o d of app roac h an d is eq u a l in d ogmatic na t u r e to th a t o f th e o ld cza ri s t r eg im e w hi c h exi s ted b e for e t h e 1917 l"\.ev o lu tio n. T h e p rese nt Ru ss ian fo rm of g o,· e rnm e n t h as no d es ir e or int e nt ion to allow th e g r owt h o f a n in ce n ti ve c h a racter is t ic in th e indi v idual d eve lopm e nt of c h aracte r or p r oper ty. vV h at t hi s s ort of a n o r ga ni za tion ca n do in co mpari s o n t o that w h ich w e h ave in t h e U nit e d S t a tes ha s b ee n pro ve n b e for e . B ut it is n ot to our ach ·a n tage to u n d e rr a t e th e po ss ibi lit y of th e R uss ian e n g in ee r attaini n g s up e rior k n ow led ge and s uccess in th e d eve lop m e n t of n e w m in e r a l r es o ur ces a nd th e utili zation of atomic e n e r gy s o impo r ta nt to h av e durin g int e n se indu s tri a l p e riod s , a s we ll as w h en t h e n e xt \ IVorl d \ I\I a r e mer ge n cy c om es up o n u s. 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in g and d eve lopm e nt w h ic h has take n p lace over th e e ntir e a r ea of th e U nit e d Stat es in th e past 1-10 year s, we ca nnot h e lp but r ea liz e th at s om e of th e c rit ical ra w mat e rial a nd s trat eg ic min era l res ou r ces in Ru s ia co uld be far g rea t e r than th e prese n t r eso ur ces in our o wn co uillr y . Th e Ru ss ian ha s alway s qu es tion e d r h e r e:l l v'llue o f Oll r lib e rt y in th e nit e d S tates. Many have as ke dlll e, " \,Vhy do yo u Am e ri ca n s ca ll yourse lve., fr ee'" Th ey base th ese id eas on th e ir own inte rpr e tation of th e us ua l run- of-min e n ews pape r a rti c les which we print in thi s co untr y . A nd th ey a re ha rdl y to b e bl am e d for s uc h a mi s und e r s tandin g s in ce th ey , from their s tandpoint , ca nnot conceive of an y g o ve rnm e n t a ll owi n g s uc h s tat em e n t s to be pub li s he d. Th e qu a lit y of e ng in ee rin g in Ru ss ia is mo s t ce rt ai nl y th e res ult of t he d ir ec t action o f th e co ntrol of th e la r gest a ;ld most s ociali s tic g o ve rn m e nt in th e wor ld. Indu s tr y in the U nit ed States is ve ry mu c h c hagrin ed a t tim es b y o ur g ove rnm e nt co ntro ls durin g war tim e or durin g d e press io n eme r gc nc ies , but thi s co untry 's yo un g e n g in ee r s have a g r ea t indi vidu a l a nd a ve ry importa nt p r ofess ion a i respo ns ibility in in s is tin g on th e co rr ec tion of th e fau lts in indu s try now s o th at there is no lon ge r a n y necess it y fo r g O\'e rnm e nt co ntr ol s. Thi s mu s t be don e o r t h e U nit ed S tat es indu s tr y a nd e ng in ee rs an d th e peop le w ill s lo w ly becom e a p a r t a nd parce l of our gove rnm c nt co ntrol ju s t a s the indu s t ri a l e n g inee r in Ru ss ia. E n g land h as a ls o a lr ca d y initiate d t h e es tabli s h m e nt of comp le t e g ove rnm e nt contro l of he r coal indu stry a na h e r fa rm la nd s . Th e r easo n is b ecau se he r indu st ria l or ga ni zat ion af te r 'VVor ldWar II is poor ly con s titut ed a nd lacki ng in s ati s facto ry produ c tion s trength. The En g lis h p ubli c is s u ffe rin g from lac k of foo d and job s. Th e labor a dmini s tration is a bl e to co n vince t he m t hat th ey ca n co rr ect th ese fa ults a nd g iv e th em a h ea lth y, co nt e nt e d life. W e mu s t g uar d a ga in s t s uc h c ondition s in thi s country b y a most pe r s is t e nt fi g ht t h rou g h individua l a nd or g aniz:ltion a l e ng in ee rin g e ffort s . T he bas is of our Ame ri can e n g inee ri ng e thi cs is t hat we a r c e n t ir e ly in te r es ted in d e t e r mi nin g th e trut h . R egardl ess of t he effec t of w hat th e truth may be, t he sc ie nti s t must have t h is as hi s principal bas is of act ion or t he r e is no hone st, hea lth y e n g in ee rin g g oi n g on. I li ve d wit h a Ru ss ian famil y d u rin g th e yea r t hat 1 ,vas o n the Ki s htim prop e rt y in t h e U ral mo un tain s an d b eca m e ac qu ai nt e d with th e eve ryda y li fe of th e H.uss ian pe ople durin g a pe r iod of int e n se agitat ion beca use o f t he lack of any plann e d co n trol or g ov e rnm e n t proce dur es in the midd le of 19 17 in Ru ss ia . Th e a mount of int e r es t s ho w n b y t he Ru ss ia n pcop le in t ryi n g to find a p ro pe r way o f doin g thin gs a nd to lea rn h ow to g O\'c rn th e m se lves wa s ve ry ev id e n t. VV e mu s t not und e rrat e t he a bilit y of th e average Ru ss ian eve n t h ou g h he ha s lacked th e yea rs of ex pe ri e n ce both in e n g in ee rin g a nd orga ni zat io na l d cve lopm e nt s. I say aga in it ca n be of no va lu e to us to und e rr ate hi s ability to g row a nd b ecom e a comp e titor with th e Ame ric a n e n g in ee r. I t wi ll b e a lo n g tim e be for e th e yo uth of Ru ss ia attain a re lati ve a bilit y to know th e in s id e of a motor ca r be for e th ey ar e fift ee n yea r s old a nd t h e sa m e d eg r ee of pe rfec tion as t he A m e ri ca n y outh of today. How eve r, t hey mu s t a tt ai n a ce rta in amount of ex pe ri e nce wit h all of our e xampl es of m ilitary e quipm e nt which wa s furni s he d them durin g thi s war, a nd s ooner or lat e r th ey will d eve lop th e ability to p rodu ce t ho se thi n gs for th em se lves in t he same ma nn e r in w hi c h w e ha ve d o n e in th e pas t four or fiv e ge ne ration s. T he o ld e r Ru ss ian sc ie nti s t s had th e opport unit y of be in g e du cated in l; r ei be r g , Cla us t ha ll, a nd oth e r hi g h e r Germa n in s titution s of lea rnin g . Th e ir chi ldr e n' s g rowth a nd a bilit y a re not to be ov e rlook e d. T he ir mind s hav e bee n tra in ed a lon g ce rtain impract ica l co ur ses in compa ri s on to our e ngine e rin g obj ec tiv es ; h oweve r, t hey ar e ca pabl e. H e re in the U ni ted S tat es we h a \'e m a d e tr e m e ndou s s trid es a nd impro veme nt s in e n g ine e rin g in the past thirty yea rs, but if we ca n im ag in e ourse h- es s tartin g from on e

Two New Fellowships Established T h e A. P. Gr ee n F ir e I3rick Co . a nd th e S he ll O il Com pa n y ha ve r ece nt ly es tab lis h ed fe llows hip s at Mi ss o u ri Sc ho o l of Min es. T he Departme nt of Ce ram ic E n g in e e rin g w ill rec eive t he fe ll ow s hip from t he A. P. Gree n Co. Thi s company has appropriat ed $ 1200 a year, 1000 of w hi c h w ill be pai d to t he s tud e nt a nd the r emainin g 200 will b e r eserved for trave lin g ex pe n ses in co nn ect ion with t he fi e ld work of th e p r o bl e m. It is s ugges t ed b y t he A. P. G r ee n Compa n y that th e p r o ble m be on e leadin g to a l\i[aste r 's th es is a nd in vo lvi ng a funda m e nt a l p robl em in firec lay ref rac tori es . T h e A. .I:'. G r ee n Fire B ri c k Co mp a n y wa s esta bli s he d b y Dr. A . P . G r ee n, w ho atte nd ed t he Sc hool of Min es in 1894 a nd wa s awa rd e d th e honor a ry d eg r ee o f Doctor of En g in ee rin g in 193 5. Hi s s o n, A. P. G r ee n Jr., g raduat e d f r om MSM in 1932; hi s oth er s on , Rob e rt S . Green '33 is P r es id e nt of the co mpan y . J. J. Offut t '32 is iVIana ge r of th e A. P . G r ee n pl a n t in W eston, O nt a rio, and C ha rl es A. Fre e man '28 is C hi ef En g ineer of th e plant at Mexico. N um e rou s ot he r Miners ar e e mploy e d by th e A . P. Gr ee n Fire B ri c k Compan y . The purpo se o f the fel lows hip es tabli s h e d by th e S he ll O il Compa ny is to e ncourage g radu a te s tudi es in t h e fi e ld o f Pe trol e um Production E n g in ee rin g, lea din g to a M as te r or a Doctorate d eg r ee. Th e Fe ll ow s h ip g rant to th e ca ndid ate is to b e $1200 fo r a yea r 's s t ud y . In additio n th e c ompan y will pay t he actual t ui tio n a nd fees re q ui r e d of th e candi d ate, an d a s um u p to $300 to cove r mat e rial a nd eq uipm e nt a nd other '"xpense s re late d to the r esea r c h pro j ec t. ]vIany Mi ss ouri Sc hool of Mi nes g raduate s a r e emp loy e d by t h e S h e ll Oil Com pany in a ll p a rt s of th e wo rld.

Manganese Miner So undin g lik e s om e thin g from a t hrill er b y J ack Lon d on is t he s tor y of C harl es H . J uco b y '-12 a nd hi s ma n ga n ese 111ine.

In 19-1-1-45 when th e bat t le for th e Philippin es was r a g in g, C ha r les wa s w ith th e 3rd B ri ga d e in th e A mphibian E n g in ee r s. 'Vhil e fi g htin g the bat tl e to co nqu e r the " li ttle y e ll ow m e n, " on. t h e ' Ve s t Coa st of Leyte, C harles ca m e acro ss a ll1an g an ese ll1111 e . 'W h e n peac e wa s a n act ua li ty, thi s Mi ne r, back in th e nit e d Sta t es, b ega n r a is ing fu nd s fo r hi s min e, a nd la s t Jul y r et urn ed to L eyete to se t up ope rat ion s at Baybay. Hi s c hi ef diffi c ult y up to t hi s tim e ha s bee n ge t t in g nec es sa ry e quiprneat, but he hop es t hi s p rob le m will s oon b e s olv ed w ith s uppli es comi n g in from t h e , .va r Assets A dmini s tration. As s oon as the prcse n t rai n y sea s on e nd s, C ha rl es expect s to se nd ou t hi s first s hi pme nt of o r e. Th e co rporation o f which C harle s J aco by is p r es id e nt is ca ll ed th e Bay ba y Man ga nese Corporation.

Matahambre Miners O n a r ece nt t rip to C ub::! , vVa lt e r C. Ri c hard s '07 of t he A. L esc h c n an d S on s Rop e Co. fo und fou r Miners a t Mataham br e op e ratin g a cop p e r min e. H e re ne w ed hi s fri e nd s hi p w it h Jo h n M . Brooks Jr. '06, man age r of the min e, and beca me ac quaint e d with J a m es Eva ns '38, C h a rl es R. H ubb a r d '33 and Jam es H e nd e r s on '-13. hundr e d yea r s back, in a r e lative way of s pea kin g , t h e n we ca n partially vis ua lize t he tr eme ndo us e n g inee rin g job w hi c h is s till a hea d of th e Ru ss ian e ng in ee r. They n ee d our g uid a nce, especia ll y in th e m a tt e r of et hi cs, a nd es pec ia ll y in t he m a nn e r in w h ic h t hey s ho uld r ealiz e they mu s t " play ba ll. " The Ru ss ia n e n gi n ee r has n o way of expe ri e nci n g s uc h a n in ce nti ve or ha vi n g an id ea of w h y h e s ho uld wish LO do s o, b eca use of hi s gove rnm e nt co ntro l. In e ndin g , th e quotation from I socrates is ca ll e d to yo ur atte nti o n, "Mak e no nation ( man ) yo ur fr ie nd be for e inquirin g how he ha s used hi s form e r fri e nd s : for yo u mu s t e xpect hi m to tr ea t yo u as h e ha s treat e d t h m."

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DR. W . T . SC HRENK

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Seventy-sixth Commencement

Th e followin g M S M m e n we re t he a uthor s o f pa p e r s durin g th e A nnu a l M ee tin g of A I ;vI E in New Y ork Ci TY, Mar c h 19-22. B. H . Cody ' 11-" Mi llin g P ra ct ic es"- Mor e nc i R edu ct ion vVork s Conce ntrator. R . S . D ean'I '=; a nd T. R . G ra ha m '3-1--"Coppe r-man ga nesezinc A llo ys"-Th e Ph ys ica l Prope rti es of 'vVrou g ht Copp erri c h A llo ys . ( Co-author s ) R. S. D e an ' I'=; a nd T. R. G ra ha m'3-1-"Coppe r-m a n g an esealuminum A llo ys"-Th e P ro pe rti es of vVrou g h t A lpha S olid S olution Al lo ys . ( (Co- a uth o r s ) ]. S . Brown ' 17-" A M e t a llur g ica l Int e rpr e ta tion of Ore Gen es is"-An A lte rnati ve to th e H y dro-th e rmal Th eory . P. H . Bohart ' 19-" Wh a t Do es bdu st ry Expec t of t h e Pe trol e um En g in ee rin g Sc hoo ls)" M. S . B a doll e t '21-" Epi ge n es is of Min e ral s a nd Ro c ks o f th e Ca na dia n Se rp e ntin e Be lt. " ]. K. Ri c hard s on '32-"S ig nifica n t P ro g r ess in M e ta l Min e Sa fe ty ." ]. H . Ja cobs '39- " Th e E lec tro w innin g of M a n ,;a n e,e from Dom es ti c O res." Th e fac ult y wa s re prese nt ed by th e fo ll owin g pap e rsD ean C urti s L. Wil s on: " Future Tre nd s of Min e ral Indu st ry Edu cation ." A. W . Sch lec ht e n: " Produ c tion o f Lithium M e tal b v . V a cuum M e tallur g y. " ( Co- a uthor) Form e r D ir ec tor, L. E. Y oun g : " Pas t P ro g r ess of Mine ra i Indu s try E du cation. "

Mi ss ouri Sc h o ol o f M in es a nd M etallur gy will observe it s 76th a nnu a l Co m m e nceme nt on Jun e 3. Dean \ V ils on ha s announ ce d t ha t th e B a cca la ur eate Se rmon w ill be d e live r e d b y th e R ev. Ralph M. G. Smith, pa s tor of th e Bapti s t C hur c h of Kirk sv ill e, Mo. , on S und ay, Jun e 1. Next on th e p ro g ram wil l b e a r ecep tion for th e fac ul ty, s tEd e nt s, a lumn i a nd fri e nd s, w hi c h w ill b e h e ld on Mond ay eve nin g , Jun e 2 in Ja cklin g gy mna s ium .a nd wi ll be follov,e d by a dan ce for th e Se nior s. Dr. L. E . Y oun g, form e r dir ect or at MS IvI fr om 1907 to 191 3, wil l d e live r th e co mm e nc e m e n t addr ess Tu es d ay mornin g, Jun e 3. Act ive as a con s ultin g e n g in ee r, s pe ci a li zin g in min e m ec ha nization, Dr. Y oun g is th e a uthor o f book s on min e t axation and g round s ub s id e n ce a s w e ll a s nume r ou s t ec hni ca l papers. H e r ece iv ed hi s B . . in Min in g f rom P enn sy lva ni a S t ate Co ll ege in 1900, hi s p rofess io na l d egr ee, E. M., from Iow a S t a t e Coll ege in 1904; and hi s P h.D. from th e U ni ve r s ity of Illinoi s in 191 5. Durin g hi s a dmini s tr a tion at iVIS M g r ea t p r o g r ess w a s m ad e in b ot h th e edu cational p ro gram a nd t h e bui ld in g pro gra m o f t h e sc hool. Th e d eg r e e o f B a c he lor of Sc ie nc e wi ll b e awa rd ed to 160 s tud e nt s, whil e 2-1 w ill r ece iv e th e ir IVI as t e r 's d eg r ee. Thi s is 'th e lar ges t n u m b e r o f M aste r s' d eg r ees to b e g r a nt ed in on e ye ar in th e hi s tor y of ;vI S M. Amon g th e candid a t es for th e ir JlII as te r 's d egr ee a r e th e fo ll owin g MSM m e n: \t\rilliam]. B arn e tt '44 ; vVi lli am L. Break '-I,) ; John F . B urs t '-13 ; Ronald L. Carmi cha e l '44 ; Howard M. F ow le r '-16 ; Pa ul R. K aste n '-14; M a tth e w T. K e rp e r '-13 ; S t a nl ey JlI. Kulifay '42 ; Cla r e nce A. Lamb e l ~ t '-13; L eonard N . La rs on '-13 ; Rob e rt G. Livin gs to ne '39; \ V illiam H. Ma g ill '-1-1; Ed wa rd P. Pat t e rs on '-14 ; C harl es L. R a kes tra w '-14; Jo se ph H . R e nf r ew '-16 ; Th eodo re ]. Ro eme r '-13; \t\l illiam L. S hi ve lbin e '-1-1.

Blue Key Promoting Student Union Building R e co g nizin g th e nee d for a pla ce of r e la xation for t h e s tud e nt body, t he M S M c ha pt e r of th e B lu e K ey N ational Honor Fra t e rnity is promotin g th e e r ec tion of a s tud e nt union buildin g o n th e campu s. Th e fr a t e rnit y has mad e t he fir s t c ontribution to th e fund to be used for th is purpo se. Th e B lu e Ke y in se ttin g up t hi s tru s t fu nd has p r o v id e d that an y ot he r org aniz a tion or indi v idu a l ma y a dd furth e r mon ey to th e fun d at an y t im e. Th e purpo se o f th e s tud e nt union buildin g wil l be to pro v id e a pl ace o f r ec r eation , r elaxation, a nd s tud y fo r th e s tud e n ts at M S M. Th e frat e rnity propo s a l ha s b ee n s ubmitt ed throu g h D ea n \V il s on to P r es id e nt Midd le bu s h and will b e prese nt ed b \' him to th e Boa rd of C ur a tor s. .

Walter E. Remmers '23 Visits Campus Wa lt e r E. R e mm e r s v is it e d in Ro ll a on A pri l 1-1. H e was e n rout e to A nd e rs on , Neva da; B is hop, Ca liforni a ; a nd vV inn em ucca, Neva da, on bu s in ess . vVa ll y is V ice P r es id e n t of th e E lec tro M e tallur g ical S al es Corpora tion, Vi ce P res id e nt of t he E le ctro M e t a llur g ica l Comp a n y, and Exec ut iv e Vi ce P r es id e nt of th e U.S. Va na dium Corpo ra tion , Hi s bu s in ess addr ess is 30 E as t -I2nd s tr eet , New Y o r k Cit y ; he res id es at Ho ll o w T r ee R id ge, Dari e n, Conn.

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ALUMNI PERSONALS Weddings Mi ss M a r g a r e t Timb e rm an a nd Kenneth L Hardin e '41 w e r e unit e d ir. m a rri a ge Mar c h 1 at th e C hri s t C hur c h Epi s copa l in Rol la, 110. Th e brid e wa s giv e n in marria ge b y h e r broth e r D evVilton Timb e rman '-+0. Mr s . H a rdin e g raduat e d from De Pau l H o s pit a l Sc h oo l of N ur s in g in St. Loui s an d se r ve d durin '" th e war with t h e ANC in ~vIan ii a. T h e br id eg roo m wa s wit h th e U.S. Navy in th e Ce ntr a l Pac ifi c a rea an d is now e mploy ed by th e J-I. H. G u nt h e r Co n s tru ction C ompany in Ga les bur g , Ill.

Births A s on, Rob e rt E d ward A rr a s, wa s b orn to l[r . and 11rs . R. E. A rra s (J ea n Llo y d '-+-+ ) a t O ra n g e Memo ri a l Ho s pital, O ra n ge , I ]. , on F e b . 22. J ea n g ra duat e d in E lect ri ca l E n g in ee rin g 1n 19-+-+ a nd e nt e red t h e \!\IAVES a s an e n s ig n . H e r hu s b a nd wa s a ls o a navy officer. J e a n is th e da ug ht e r of Prof. S . H. Ll oyd '21, h ea d of t h e Department of Humaniti es a nd Soc ial St u di es at MSM. Mr s . U oyd left Holla F e b . 2.'i to v is it th e ir n e w g rand s on a t th e A rr a s r es id e n ce, _12 Mapl e a ve nu e , Maplewood, N.].

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Mi ss Loi s Ba ls o n of U ni v e rs it y C it y , Mo., a n d Wil li am H. H e ll w ege Jr. '-+7, w e r e marri ed ~Iarch 1 at th e u ni ve r s ity M e t h o di s t C hu rc h in U n iv e rs ity C it y . Th e co u pl e a re li v in gin Rol la wh e r e B ill is d oi n g g rad uat e wo rk at MSM. :Mr s . H e ll w ege h a s comp le t e d h e r s tudi es atWa s hin o· ton U ni ve rs it y and wi ll r e ce ive h e r d eg r ee in jun e .

Mr. a nd :Mr s _ O r vi ll e P e nro se a nn o u nce th e birth of a cbu g h t e r th e la s t of F ebru ary in \ 'Vinch es tc r, T ('xa s . O rville g r a du at e d in 19-+2.

MSM Graduates w ith Westinghouse

Laurels Tossed This Way

Th e Ea s t Pitts bur g h, Pa. di v is ion of vVe s ti n g h o u se lea d s off with e ight M in e r s to t h e ir c;- e dit. 'Wa l ter J . Ca rr '40 is Juni o r e n g in ee r in th e R ese a r c h la bor a tori es , Ri c ha rd R. H yn es '39 is App licatio n e n g in ee r in t h e Indu s trial divi s ion , whi le Paul C. N e ls on '-+2 is in th t: Tran s portation an d G e n e rato r di v is ion iI_S a n En g in ee r D. C. Th e c la ss of '-+-+ is w e ll r e pr ese nt e d by t h e fo ll owi n g m e mb e r s w h o ar e a ll g raduat e s tud e nt s i;l th e St ud e nt Tra inin g d e p a rtm e nt : J. Richard H an se n, Don a ld G. L e P er e, Ri c h ar d F. O lli s Jr ., an d H a rold j . Rudi s a il e. Rob e r t C. Se ib e l '38, d e si g n en g in ee r in t h e I ndu s t r ial Motor di,-is ion comp le te s th e Pitt s bur g h lis t. VVes tin g h o use in Rloomfi e ld, N.J. , ha s Frank H. Mentz '-+1 and Franklin B. Ro ge r '-+1 in t h e Lamp di,-is ion of t h e comp a n y w h e r e th ey a r e e mplo ye d as Vapor Lamp e n g in ee r and M e t a llur g ica l e n g in ee r res pecti,·e ly . Emi l D. Hoffman '3.:; is L a b o rator y t e c hni cian in N e w c, rk. Mi n e r s e mp loy ed in t h e St. I, oui s plant a re H o b e rt R. K a ley '37 an d Maxw e ll C. 'VV e in ge r '-+1, bo t h Se r v ice e n g in ee r s . Is o in ~Ii ss o uri is A l vin G. Haa s '-+2 who is the Sa le s ass is t a nt in th e Indu s tria l di v is io n in Kan s a s C it y . 'I\fo rk in g in Ohio is ~Iar v in E . Pi n ge l '-+1 in th e Ai r craft di v is ion a t Man s fi e ld, and Omar C. vValley '38, d es ig n e n g in ee r at th e Lim a p lant. Harold R. Hill '-+3 is lo cate d in '!\Ia s h in g ton, D.C., in t h e Indust rial divi s ion of VVes tin g holl se , \I' h e r e h e is e;nploye cl as a ss is ta nt Appli cation e n g in ee r. F ini s hin g up th e 'W es ti n g h o u se 11in e r s a re O tho R Self '-+3 in th e E n g in ee rin [! and S e rvi ce d e partm e nt in I, o s Ang el es , an d \!\Ii n s o n H. K e hr '-+2, a ss is tant fo re man of Q ualit y C o ntr ol i" Tr affo rd , I)a.

From Canada to C ub a, lIIin e r s h e r e and there ha,-e ta k en pen in h a nd to to ss a w e lcom e la ur e l to th e A lu mni A ss oc iation a ncl th e " A lumnu s" ma g azi n e . j. Do u g l?s NI a rtin Jr. '33 w rit es that h e e nj o ye d see in g wh e re s om e of hi s c la ss mat es w e r e in th e fe w iss u es of th e "A lu m nu s " h e h a s cha n ce d to see . H e ad d s, ":\10 re pow e r to th e A ss oc iation, h op e you ge t lot s of r e turn s on t h eSe lett e rs . I wo uld h ;)ve jo in ed lon g a g o if thi s ge nt !e I) r oddin g had come! s oo n e r-a l way s int e nd ed to. M ay b e, I'll e vc n h a ve s ome s u gges tio n s aft e r '1 ge t to read a fe w iss u es. " From Cart e re t, N. J ., G e n e K. 11c Dow e il '-+,:; sa y s that he is lookin g fo rw ard to r e ce ivin g hi s n c xt c op y, t h " Al ulllnu s. " Fran k App leya rd ' 37 II'rot e 11r, K a t z r e ce n tl y, "You and t h e ot h e r A ss o c iation offic e r s can b e proud of th e job don e in 19-+6 bo t h as to t h e m c mb e rs hi p dri,-e a nd th e p ubl ica ti o n of th e MSM 'A lumnu s.' H e re 's to a b e tt e r ye a r y tin 19-+7!" O n e of t h e Ca na di an A lumni , P e t e r Simond '-+0, s ay s, " 1 w ill be g lad to k ee p in tou c h with th e Rolla f\lu mni, for I wi ll alway s rc m e nib e1' th e ve r y pl eas ant and worthwhil e yc ;) rs 1 s pe nt in s t ud y and th es is work at Roll a ." f\. G. Bak e r '07 thin ks t h e b ill s for du es th a t w e re se nt o u t a fe w mo nth s a g o a g oo d id e a; h e write s , "A re mind e r , uc h a s t hI S is s ur e ly th e way to co ll ect du es-am s ur e 1 wo uld n ot h a ve t h o u g h t of s ame wit h o u t it." G e n e Gott s c h alk '-+2 s ay s h e c nj oy s th e " IU l11nu s " l~la ga ­ z inc " imm e n se ly ." ~Ir s . Vir g il I . I)ods o n writ es for h I' hu s b a n d, "Vi r g il a l ways e njo ys th e m aga z in e a nd it h e lp s him to kn oll' what is g oi n g on at sc h ool - a s we ll as c h ec k 0 11 som e of hi s fri e nel s ," " 13c s t w is h es fo r yo ur att a inin i; y o ur g oal of 3000 In 1947" com es from R. \IV. jami s on '-+-+, whik R . K e n t CIll a n n '-1 3 says , " It is e n cou ra g ii1g to see th e A lumn i A ssoc iati o n g rowin g a s it is. I'lea se fee l fr ee to cal i o n m e a t a ny tilll e if 1 ca n a ss is t th e Ass o c iation in an y wa y." VVritin g from C uba, .J. G. I-J e nd e rs on '-+3 s end s hi s '\ i11ce re: b o p es that s ub sc r iption s wil l reac h th e g oal of 3000 for thi s yea r." H ank 110n sc h '29 says , " I t is a rea l p lea s u re to O'(;e the fin e pro g ress yo u ha ve m a clc. Iks t of lu ck in '-17 and 1' 111 s ur e y o u'l! ge t th e h e lp as ke d fo r to pu s h that g raph a round pl e nt y , but 1' 111 e ve n mor e c c rt a in of futur e a cc omp li s hm e nt s of th e lumni A ss o c iatio n und e r y o ur e xc e ll e nt lea d e r s h ip ." l; r o111 S anta Fe , N e w M ex ., J a m es \1\'- j e n s en '-+1 wr it es, "For my se lf, 1 t hink th e A lulllni A ss o c iation is doin g a wond e rfu l job, a nd I wi s h th e r(; w e re a b e tt e l- 11'<1)" to h e lp out th a n to ju s t se nd in m y du es ."

Two N ew Life Members S ta rtin g off th e 19-+7 A lu mni m e m b e rs hi p driv e with a b an g ar c : .J. lII.(Jo e ) ' !\I a n c n m ac h e r '23 and H , H . ( Topsy ) }{ a rt ze ll '06, eac h se ndin g c h c k s for $ 100 makin g th e m lif e m e mb e rs of th e Ass oci a tion. 110th 1Iin e r s a r e ac ti ve a nd int e res t ed in A lu m n i affa ir s . " T op sy" w as pr es id e nt o f t h e A ss ocI a tio n from 1929 to 193 1, and v ice c h a irman of th e Tri S t a te sec tion in 1927. jo e wa s e lec t ed a m e mb e r , Hoa rd o f Direc tor s for th e 19-+7--+8 t e rm.

Sigma Phi Epsilon Colonizes Th e P eg is C lub , w h o se m e mb e r s hop e to s oon b ec om e a c hapt e r of Si g m a Phi Ep s ilon, ha s rece ntl y b ee n or g aniz e d o n th e M SM ca mpu s , Th e n a m e P eg is wa s d ec id ed upon , b eca u se it s pe ll s S ig Ep back,,·a rd s. Th e c lu b w as form e d la s t No ve mb e r a nd has b ee n officia ll y rec o g ni z d by th e S tud e nt C oun c il a nd th e D ea n' s offi ce. Th e P e is wi ll ta k e a n ac ti,-e pa rt in th e intr a mur a l a c ti v iti es thi s s pri n g as an ind e p e nd e nt so c ial fr a te rn it y . J ac k Hammann of t h e E. E . d e partlll e nt is th e fac ul ty ad v is or for t h e I)eg is , a nd ha s b ee n in s trum e nt a l in it s [o r l11 a tion . Mr. Hamm a nn is a m e l11b e r o f t h e I'urd ue c h apt e r o f S ig m a l)hii--:p s ilon .

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W ord ha s bee n r ece ived of t h e s udd e n deat h of Davi d R Howerton '35, M a rc h 28, in C h ica g o. A leader in ca mpu s affairs d u rin g hi s co ll ege yea r s, Dave was a m emb e r of S igma N u frat e rnity, St. Pat's Board, AIME; he pl aye d in th e MSM ba nd and w e nt out for footba ll a nd t rac k. H e has bee n act ive in Al umni affair s, a nd wa s v ice c ha irman of t he C hica g o Sec t ion in 1939. Dave wa s ass ociated with t he \ iV es te rn E lectr ic Compa n y in C h icago, Fu ne ra l se rvi ces w e re h e ld Mo nday, M a rc h 31, at th e C hri s t C hur ch Ep iscopal of Ro ll a. H e is s urviv ed by hi s wife, M a ry , h is moth e r 1I(r s. A nn a How e rt o n of Ro ll a, h is b rot he r Jo se p h '38, an d s is te r Lt. Lo ui se How e r ton. D r. J ulia n A. H ie lsc h e r who r ece iv ed hi s B.S. d egree fr0111 MSM in Ge ne ra l Sci e n ce in 1912, pa sse d awa y at hi s h om e in iVI a n kato , Min n., on Oct. 9, 1946, accordin g to wor d rece ived fr om the exeCl,lor of hi s estate . Dr. H1 e ls ch e r has bee n a practic in g ph ys ici2n at Ma n kat o for a n u mb e r of yea r s. H e se r ve d as a major in t h e M edica l Corp s of th e

A r my d uri n g \iVorld War 1. Seve ra l y ea r s ago D r. H ie lsc h e r presented to th e Sc hool of Min e a tra c t of land of som e two h und r ed acres in Ph e lps County to be used for th e b e n e fit of t h e library . Mi ss H e le n Bays in ge r ex-'23 di e d April 3 in a St. Lo uis hospita l afte r a n illn e s of seve ra l we e ks . S he was born in Ro ll a, atte n d ed t he Sc hoo l of Mines a n d later g ra d uat e d from Lind e nwood Co ll ege, Mi ss Bays in ge r was th e fir s t St. Pat's Q uee n at M S~'d in 1915. S he h as b ee n po s tma s t e r in Roila for t he pa s t tw e lve yea rs , Fun e ra l se rv ic es w e r e h e ld in Ro ll a, A pril S, at t he Pres b yte r ian C hu r ch . S he is s urv ive d by h er pare nt s, Dr. a nd lvlr s, S. L. Bays in ge r, a n d h e r s is ter, Mr s. C. Y. Claytl)n. A lbe rt E d win Ea rdl ey '97 di d in Car r izo S prin gs, T exa s on J uly 8, 193-+. Mr. Ear d ley was a ss ociated with t h e Citizens State Bank in Carrizo for many yea r s, H e is s u rv ive d by hi s widow, Mr s . Eli zabeth M. Ear dl ey.

ALUMNI PERSONALS 1878 L. II . G ra bill re s id es at 16 New Yo rk ave nu e, T ako ma Park, ~rary l a n d . 1884 F . W. Wil so n is li vin g at the lI otel Commander in Cambridge, Ma ss . 1888 H o ward J. Ta ylo r expect s to m o ve a bo ut ~ [ ay 1 to 183 2 F e r o n ia Ave., St. Pau l 4, ~{inn. I-li s present address is 6706 Phin n ey avenu e, Seatt le 3, \;Vash. lIowal-d is ret ired fr o m the U.S. Pub~ lic Road s Admini s tration . 1892 E. wI. J oh nso n can be reached at B ox 51 4, Hen r yetta, Okla . 1895 J . E . K ir kham is living at ~'1erc ed es, Texas, P.O. Box 243 . :Mr. Kirkh a m writes that he in· te nd s to vi s it :M:SM so m e time during the s pring 1110 nth s. 1898 Victor I-I. Gottsch al k is with the Bureau of ~1ines in Cottage P a rk, w1 a r y la nd. H e lives at 38 13 40th avenue in Co tta ge City, Md. Euan C. T o rre n ce ca n be reached at P.O. B ox 46, St. Loui s, Mo. 190 1 Capt. T om L. Gib so n ex· ' OI ca n be reached at 9996 Sessio ns avenue, Friar s P o in t, :'\1i ss . 1902 J o hn L . Pi ck l es ha s retired a s Superintendent o f the Canadian N atio n a l R a ilway s. lIe is liv~ in g a t 1321 East First street, Du lu th 5, ~{inn. 1903 Samue l ],,1. Gree nid ge is Jivin g in F o r t vVorth, T exa s, at 1920 A sh land aven ue. 1904 E . L. Chambe rl a in res id es in Olivia, :M inn. L. J. F oster is with t he Bureau o f R eclamat ion, New Cu stom I-lou se, D e nver 7, Co lo . 190 5 Alfred A . Th om as is Civil Engineer with t he Lo s Ange les County F lood Contro l Di st rict in L os Angele s. tli s home addr ess is 2570 West II th, Lo s Ange les 6, Ca l. R o bert P. Cumm ins is wiLh the !\'1i sso uri Sta te llighway in Jefferso n City, wr o. IIi s a ddress is 1606B Jefferso n H eig ht s Apt s., Jefferso n City. E . E. Squie r ex-'OS is w ith the Va lve Department o f the American Ca r a nd Foundry Co., 30 Church street, New Yo rk 8, X.Y. 1906 I-I. I-I. H ar t zell (T o p sy) wa s v Ls itin g friend s in Ro ll a o n Feb. ] 3. "Topsy" is livin g in Baxter Springs, Kan. T_ 1. P hel p s re s id es at 1243 L o vell avenu e, Arcadia, Cal. 'vV . T. Griffith is l iving in Sal)d Coulee, M:o n t. 1907 A ubre y F ellows is living in Sali sbur y, 110 . The mailing addrf!ss o f L. T . Putma n is R a l· eigh . Wyo m ing M ining Co., Alle n Bld g ., Beck· ley, Wes t Va. 1908 Frank L. Wil so n is in the R ea l E s tate bu s iness wiLh George L . A li mart & Company in vVhea to n, Tl l. lI e lives at 40 1 Elli s ave nue ,

George 'vV. Eckert is in Glenham, N.Y., where he is work in g fo r the T exas Company. C. L . Fre n ch is a n Engineer a nd Contractor in \,\ 'ebste r Groves, ~'I o . I-lis addr ess is 104 S. R ock Hill road, Web ster Groves , 1909 \,yilliam M cElroy is liv in g at 1225 W alnu t Street in A lameda , Ca l. R egi nald H, B. B u tl er is British Co n s ul in Chicago. He is li v ing' at the St. Cla ir H ote l, 20G, Ch icago 11, Il l. E. J . Wolf li ves in Quincy, Ill. , at 2639 Ver· m o n t street. 1910 R eub en C. T h o mps on is in 'vVa rren, Ariz., where he is l\1 ill Superin t endent for Ph elps D odge Co r porat io n. E rn est W a nd er is rai s in g a lmond s an d pou ltry o n h is ranch in California. I-l is address is R o u te No.1, Box 163, L ivermore, Cal. Frede rick E . Rie de r ecent ly m oved from D ep u e, IlL, to 100 1 I--I a rri so n ave nue, Canon City, Colo. 1911 G. C. Lo zano g ives t he fo llowing fo r hi s ad· dre ss : Nueva Cia. Electrica Cha pa la , S.A., V. Carranza No. 25 Desp. 5 1l. l\1exico, D.F. J. K. B ea ch is assoc iated with th e Liquid Carbonic Corporation in D::lllas. M. M. Alb ertson gives 2[06 Gold smi t h r oad, IIo u s ton , T exas, a s hi s mai ling address. 1912 A chemi st wi th Chicago \;Vestern Rai lway Co., Edwin R. M orris is li vin g at 41 3rd st r eet N. Vl., Oelwein, I o wa. R ober t \V. J oh nso n lives at 327 S u t herl a nd, P a ri s, Il l. R os we ll 1-1. M avee ty is a c o n sult in g st r uctural e n g in ee r with offices at 53 VV. J ackso n bo ul evard in Chicago. I-li s home add r ess is 82 1 vVi scoll s in avenu e, Oak Park, Ill. Th e ma il in g addl-es s o f J o hn J. D oyle ex.'1 2 is B ox 844, Lake Charies, La, 1913 L yman I-I. Brooks is in Coo ke, l\1 0 n t., whe re he is Pres id ent a nd Ivlanager o f the Ir m a ~1ine s, and President o f the Gi lt Edge Mining Corp. S. E. II I-Io ll ie" H o lliste r is with t he So u t hwestern En gi neer in g C01111)a ny in L os Angeles . "I-Io ll ie" live s at 585 Sun set dr ive, \·Vh itt ier , Cal. D. II. Rad cl iffe li ve s at Palos Verdes E s tate s, Califo rnia. 1914 V,itti a m C, H ogob oom li ves a t 6 18 N . I-l ay . worth ave nue, L os A n ge les 36, Ca l. J ose ph C. F in ag in is livin g in Gi la, New M:ex. O. D. N eal is co nva lesc in g from a concu ss io n s u ffered in a n a ut o mobi le acc iden t on L ong I s· land o n 'M arch 7. l\Iervin J. K ell y res id es at \;Vi ndermere tel'· race, Short :H ill s, N .J . 191 5 Charle s Go t tsc h alk ex·' l S recent ly a rri ved in Tokyo, Japan where he has taken ov er hi s new duties a s Coa l Coordinator. IIi s addr ess is ESS·

:I ND·G HQ ·SCA P , .APO 500, c/o P os t m a ster, San Fran c isco , Ca l. ' idney R . H atc h g ives fo r h is bu s in ess ad~ dress, En g ill ee rin g Offices, 9 14 7th street, Douglas, Ari z. lIe r es id es at 9 15 7th stree t, in D o ug las. 1916

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The cla ss o f 19 16 was well r ep resented at the 75th An n iver sary celebrat io n in New York City, the we ek o f :M a rch 17. T h ose h o ldin g an info rm a l cla ss l-e un io n were: Re gina ld Dean, \¥ ashi ngto n,D.C.; I-Iaro ld Neu stadter, St.Lo ui s, ~1 0. j Louis 'I'tlrnbu ll, P itts burgh , Pa ., an d I-lerman Vogel, No r th Creek, N.Y., with T 0111my T ompkin s a nd t hi s co rrespo nd ent r ep resenting :M a nhattan. V ogel had ju st r et urn ed from a Florida vacatio n. U n fo rtuna te ly mos t of t hem arrived in to wn too la te fo r t he Alumni Associa· tion dinner on the 18th . J a mes J. D o wd , wh o is with the Burea u o f l\1i n es, write s-HAm down here in G o r gas, Ala., where the fir s t under g r o und g a s ificatio n o f coa l in place underground in the U.S.A. is be ing conducted. Th e Bureau of Min es a nd t he Alabama P o wer Compa n y are conducting t he exper im ent joint ly - the Bureau 's technica l help and the P owe r Co mpany 's money w o rkin g jointl y. I-lave been here s in ce N ovemb er preparin g t h e experimenta l mine and am n ow waiting fo r the coalburning to be completed, so the mine can be exam ined fo r info r ma t io n as to roof acti o n, etc., when t he fir e is extingui shed." Jim expressed hi s regr et at not being ab le to attend the dinner in Ne w York. Carl Stife l, St, L o ui s, and J, Charle s Miller, Los Angeles, are t h e cla ss' life member s o f the Alumni A ssociat ion, wh ile B ower, Co le, Dea n, Dunham, Gro tts, I-l ead, I-Iappo ck, J o hn so n, Kamp, Kr e b s, Neu stadter, J o hn Schuman, X. S mi t h, Scheuer and Ude h a d j o ined fo r 194-7 b e fo r e A p ril L 1917 Co l. Th o m as P. W alsh is in the Fin ance Depa rtmen t, \;Va s hington R egio nal Offic e. T o m_ lives at 10 2 E. Co lumbia St., Falls Church, Va. Earl J. W eimer can be reached a t Box 999, Virgini a T ec h Statio n, Bl ac k sburg, V a . Ca d A. P eter so n is with th e Ne w Y o rk P o wer & Li g ht Co r p. I-l is home addr ess is Livin gsto n I-l ou se, Du tc h V ill age, Albany 4, N.Y. Visit in g t h e campus th e middle of :M a rch was I-I o ward J. T eas. I-Ie ha s his o wn En ginee rin g a nd Surveying bu s in ess in :rv1a lvel ne, N . Y. H o ward r es ides at 73 Steven s s treet, Freepo r t, New Y o rk. Pau l F. Pape is livi ng at R oo m 1433, The Steven s r·lotel, South l\1ichi ga n avenue, Ch icago, Ill. \,V illiam R . M cCom b ex·'17 wa s rec en tly appointed by President Truman as Admini s trat o r of the \'Va ge a nd I-lour D iv isio n o f the L abo r Department. I-li s h o me addr ess in \ Va shin gto ll, AI~1E

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ALUMNI PERSONALS D.C., is 1605 Calo n pl ace '- W. 19 18 E ldred D. Wil son is G eologisl for I he Ari zo na Bureau of I\f ines. Iri s mailing a ddr ess is Ari· zona Bu rea u o f l\I ine s, Univers it y o f Arizo n a, Tu cson, Ari z. R a ul Ch avez can b e reached at A ve, Juarez 4708, Chihuahua, Chih, M ex. 191 9 P a ul D. Wilk in so n is teaching at ] ncii an3 Sla te T eachers College. P a ul' s address is R.R.

No. 4, T erre I-r aute, I nd. T ho ma s C. M or ri s is Man ager o f the \"'este rn Electric Co., in ?\1in ncapo ii s. [ I is mai ling address is 900 Laurel avenue, :M inneapoii s, ) t inn . J oseph B. Duga lives at 455 S. LaPeer drive, Beverly Hi ll s, Cal. Th o mas R. Craw fo rd is the l:'o rcl dealer in Pa ioa, K a n. Cha r les ?If. Sch na id t is B & B S upervisor fo r the C & E I Railroad Co. lI e lives in Sa lem, I II. , at 22 E. O g les by . J. , .valter S co tt was 011 the camp us on :M arch 2 1 interv iew ing s e ni o r s fo r th e Bell T elephone Co. \ ·\ 'a ller is w ith the II awthor nc \ \lork s, \\'este rn El ect ri c Co., Chicago 23, Ill. P h illip II. B ohart gives B ox 66 1, Tul sa, O k la ., as hi s bu s iness address. 1920 I Iar ry \ 'V. Zi ese ni ss is w ith the I llin o is Di vi$ion o f IIighway s. IIi s addre ss is 42 1 Gu th ri e st re e t, Ottawa, Ill. Gerald F. R acke t t is a Co lumbi a Pi ct ures C o rpora ti o n e xec uti ve. I-Ie is li vin g in Sherman Oa ks, Cal., at 1482 Valley Vi s la. Charles R. B arn ar d say s th at h is son is plan ning o n coming to 1\1 S 1\1 next fall. Charles lives at 11 8 N o rth Luc re t ia st ree t, O ak la nd City, Ind. 1921 \\"illiam F. N etzeb a nd is Superintenden t of t he Am erican Zin c, Lead & Smelting Co . Hi s a ddress is 205 J ackso n avenue, J o plin , 1\10. S a mu e l T~ . N ev in s is li v in g in Li tt le R ock, A r k., at 1922 North :M o nr oe. . a m is Gen era l ).fana ger for South ern Acid & Sulphur Co., T nco \\' illi am R. Quilliam is Chi e f Attorney fo r the Ve tera ns }\ dmini stration , Sub·Regi o nal Office in B eaumont, T exas. Bill liv es at 2260 South s tr eet, B eaumont, Tex . J oh n G. Mill er is s uperintendent o f the Sy laca ug a Quarry o f T hompso n \Ve inm a n & Co. J oh n can be reached at P.O. B ox 107, Sylacau g a, Ala. J ose ph I I. R o hl off is A ssayer a nd R esearch meta llurg ist at 2 Palm Blvd. , L akewood, R.T. 1\1ilton \V. W all ace is li vi ng at 2 14 N. 15th s tr eet in Eas t Oran ge, N.J. l I e is a ssoc ia ted with \N es tin gho use El ectr ic Co rp., in Bl oo m field. J ul es P. Colb e r t is leaching at the nivers it y o f Nebraska in Lin co ln . I-J e li ves at 23 12 I l a rrison st re et, Linco ln, Neb. Carro ll P. B uford is empl oyed by SoconyVa c uu rn Oil Co., Inc" in Au g u s ta, Kan . 1 [e is livin g' at 1202 Euclid, Augu sta, K a n. H erbert W. Mun dt is Ch ief o f the General )' [ al e ri als L aboratory fo r the P a n ama Canal. Hi s address is P.O. B ox 52, Di ab lo H eighls, Can a l Zo ne . 1922 l I enr), "E. Di ers is with the Illin o is Divi s io n o f 1 1. ighw ays in Sprin rfie ld, Ill. ]Ji s home address is 2002'..1 S. 5th st re et , in Sprin gfield. J [aro ld F. Paterson is a distrib u tor o f Firesto n e p rod uc ts. f l ar o ld lives at 607 l\f yn le, Sl ur g is, -Mi ch . J ames E.. J o nes ca n b e reached at 1052 S. F a ir O aks, Pa sade na 2, Ca l. Lu cy M cM ahan ( rs. J. L.) is Prin c ipal of Ihe R o ll a Juni or Hi gh Schoo l. he li ves al 207 E. 3rd ~t reet. R o ll a, l\ f o. Carl E. Milli ka n is with Co mpa nia )'fi nera de P cno le s, S.A' J Unidad Ava los, ..\ valos, Zac. , ).f e xico. G. L. Richert writes that he ha" left the fl tor· lilias, s un shi ne, and flowers o f 'M e xico for the 'a c up of coffee, no cream,' s no w ball s, and cold willd ~ of klah o l11a." George g ives h is new ad· dr ess as 11 0 N. \\'. 10th st reet, Ok lahoma City, Okl ahoma. On A pr il I , D. 'F. Upd ike moved frOI11 F' t. l\ f yer~ Beach, Fl a. , to lroward road, Greenwi ch ,

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Co n nect icu 1. A. F. Deni son g ive s 127 S. th s treet , A lbuquerque, New 1\f ex., a s hi s mailing a ddre ss. C. L. S m ith lives in M u rphy s boro, III., at 214 S o ulh 20th s treet. George S. Barnwell ex-'22 le fl b y plane o n J a n . 29 fo r the D utch Ea st I nd ies o in g via 1 10 1. land where he s pen t a week. ~ f r s . Bar n we ll , the former L ilian A ll en, a nd their ch ildren are li ving at P opham l l a ll, Scarsdale , N.Y. 1923 II o ward C. Fleck is Seni o r l\[eta Jl ur g is t al the S hip ya rd Laboratory , .S . N ava l Shipyard, Pearl ] I a rb or, Hawaii . He lives al 1 102 \\' ild er aven ue. ] [ono lulu, '1' .11. l la rr y C. Marek is :M ine Superintendent for J oh n s ~1anv ill e Co ., at A s bes tos , P.Q. , Can a da. I Taro ld R . Powe r s is A ss is tant 1\1anager o f Sa les fo r lhe Beth lehem Su pply Co. lI e live s al 105 ;E. 261h p lace, T u lsa, Okl a. IIarry S. P e nce is a ssocia ted with Sverdrup & P a rc e l Co n sul ting Engineers, 111 S Syndicate T ru s t B ld g ., St. L o ui s, M o. ~ f. 1. Sig ner is P r o fe sso r o f i\ [ inin g at Co lor ado School o f l in es . II e live s in G o ld en at 111 5 161h Slreet. Arli s B. Pa r khurs t is gauging in s pect o r fo r the Shell P ipe Li ne Co rporation . Hi s home ,ddr ess is 73 1 Ea st 6th s t r eet , Co lo ra d o Cil)", T ex. R ay mo nd E. Mu r phy is Pro fessor o f E con omic Geography at the Gradu ate Sch oo l o f Geog raphy, Clark Univers it y, \ Vo rces ter 3, ),1. ass. ~\f e lvill P. W eigel is a ss is tant to the Pre s iden t of the A lum inum Co mpany o f Canada, Ltd. I I e li ve:.:; at 1452 B ishop, Apt. Ko . i, ~1 011 treal, Call. J o hn P . Gord o n c'n be reached at 19 17 \\'. ). (a in , J efferson C ity, ?\ fo. Pau l C. H at mak er is in Strasbur g, Y a . l Ten ri Chomea u is assoc iated wi th the R eli a ble Life Jn s urance Co., in St. L o ui s. ] J is home is in K irkw ood, at 2 1 Ba lm ago un lane. E. Tayl o r Campb ell is livi ng at 35i Kil1 g~ ave nu e. Springfield, ~r o. ).f ichae l V. H ealey is cmployed by Gen era l Electric in Schenectach ·. n1. ike·s home addres:.:; is 1547 D ean st reet , Scilenectady, N .Y. l~a rl ),1. Gu y is with the Divi sio n of J fi ghways in Sp rin gfie ld , TIl. E arl li ve~ a t 1728 Spring st reet, Springfield. Geo rge G. H arr is is associated with the ~ I ichigan G as St o rage Co., in .\1 a ri o n, 'M ich. George li ves a t 1002 Stale s tr eet, Alm a , -Mi ch. E. R. Tra g it t is livin g in :R ed la nd s, Ca l., at 8 18 L o mbard driv e. D o nald S. T ed for d says tha t he is prospecting most o f the time. lIe can be reacht"d in Col um bu s, New ?\fe x . B. H . Moor e ex-'23 g iv es 3 10 Te st Bld g., '1ndian<lpoli s 4, Tnd., a s hi s address . G. F. E ato n is sa les m<lnager o f the F erro Engineering Co ., in Cleveland -, i" eights, Ohi o. -.\ L L. D o r r is wa s recently e lected to membersh ip in the AI1\IE. 1\ f ilburt; is a re search met al Im'gi st fo r the \,y'es tern Cart rid ge Co., in R oxana . I ll. r aul E. Fi sc her is with the Cert a in-teed Pr od u ct~ Co rp., in Chicago. Pau l li ve~ in Evanston, JII., at J 327 :M ap le ave nu e. ., r. E . "I Tank" Zoll er is li vi ng iU 3900 E<l~t fir s t, \\' ichita, K a l1. Paul l :: . F isc h e r, vice p res ident in charge of operat io ns fo r the Certain-teed P roducts orporat io n, 120 S. L aSa ll e s tree l l Chi cago. III.. a nd -II . S. P e nce verclrup and P arce l, co n "' l.Ilt · inK e ll~illeer s . St. L o ui s, i\1 0., were vi s.itors 10 the campus o n 1\ f arch 29. 1924 \\' ilfred S . Wright i ~ a m lnll1 g' engineer for Ihe U . . Bureau o f ~\ f ines, Al aska Divi ... io n in J u nea u, Al aska. 'T homas R . T homa s is li vi ng at 304 \\'. 34th ~tree t, Kan sas City 2, _ [ 0. 'J o m is working for the \\'a r D epartmen t, C o r p~ of EnRillcer ... in :K an~a!'i C ity. Di ... lrict Superint e nd e n t fot· the 1:tah Power and Li ght Co mpany i<:; P eter F. T homp so n. P ete li ves in Grace, l dah o. J ea n P a ul Brya n is livi ng at 223 \\'. Fra nklin street. L ibertr. i\ 1" 0. rnli l OCl. 1, G. T . Dierking will be located at 5,0 G" a nd Elec tri c Bld g ., 151h and Champa

s tr ee t s, D e nver, Co lo. Geo rge is with the l:;"o rd, B aco n & Davi s Co n s truction Co rp o rati o n. Il a rr y lI . Kessle r is l\fan ager o f F ou ndry O perat io ns for the So rb o· j\1at Process Engineers, 11 Amba ssador Bldg' l St. L o ui 1 ~f . Leo Sch a piro is with the D o ug la s Airc ra ft Co mpany, Inc., in San ta 1\1o n ica . lie re sides at 40 2 N. Gard n er street, L os Angel es 36, Cal. Dr. R. ),1. Cou r tn ey ex-'24 li ves at "Courtney A cres" in Cheste rfie ld, 1\f o. 1925 St uar t j\f. R at hbone is superintenden t of conH ru c ti o n fo r the U.S. Vet eran s Co n s tructio n Service in \" 'a~ hington, D,C. II is home addre s~ is 2724 ] tome place, Dearbo rn , ~\[ ich. Geo rge D. G a in es has m o ved fro l11 Kan::.as City, l\l o" to 4 14 A cac ia a ve nu e, \,\ 'hiltier, Cal. ~ l arlin F. Zogg is with the Til in o is ] I. ighw ay Departme n t. .1l is addre ss is 204 E ast Edgar, P a ri s, lli. L.awrence 11. S a nde r son can be reached at P.O. B ox No. 469, G lasgow , ,\ l o nl. If e i, an Engineer with the B u reau o f R eclamati o n, P roject P lanning. I lo mer ] 1. H eid t m a n is with the tale I righway D ept., Div. 2 in )'I acoll, Mo . U ntil he ca n find livin g quart ers in 1\lacon hi s ho me addre!:o~ i, 6020 Ca r ls bad , St. L o ui s 16, ~ r o. J ames L. Pa sley is chief e ngin ee r for th e Bu · re iHI o f Brid ges of the i\1 isso uri State J ri gh wa r D epartme nt. l ie lives at 932 ~\ [ o r eau drive, J efferson City, Mo. L.ore nz A. Fis her is assoc iated wiLh the 1\ a· t ion al Carbo n 0 '1 Tn c. , in Cleveland, Ohi f'. 11is home is in R oc ky Riv er, Ohio, at 19544 Pu rne ll avenue. Ad o lph 11. Ku ech ler is wi t h th e \\'a lt ham Grinding' \\'hee l Co. lIi s addre » is 131 Vil la street, \\'a l!ham 54, !\ 1. ass. C, N. V a ler ius is no w li ving at 4043 lad,.,lon, Shreveport, La. A. L . H e itm a nn res ides at 119 O g lesby A ve., L incoln , Ill. 1926 13. 1\(. Cos tello is v ice pr e~ id e nt fi nd factory manager o f T he B. F. G oodri ch :Rub ber U I1l · pany o f Canada. L td., at K il chene r, Onlo J ose ph 1\1. V'; il so n J I". is m anager of the P rod· uct~ Appli cat io n D ept., o f the She ll Oil Company, ln c, J oe 's addres~ is 1809 State stleet , )-\I ",n , JII. \\'ilbu r J. M o uld er is work ing for the T e nn essee Va ll ey Auth o rit y in Kn oxvi ll e . 'J'enl1. Ro nald )L W h ite is a ssis tant c it y enl{"ineer in K an ... a s City, 1\1 0. l ie li ve5 a t 5604 ll o lmes St., K a n sa5 Cil Y 4, }" I o. " -. ] rwin Sho rt i<; associa te profe$s(lr (If ellg-i. neeri ng at the Univer ~ it y o f Pitt 5buqrh. I I is address is 308 Stale I fa ll , Univer s it y of Pilt ~­ bu rg-h, Pi ttsburg-h, _Pa. \\'orki ng for lnt e rn a ti on Gen era l ,1:..lectri Co. in Schenectady i5 Dr yd en H odge. 1l is home ad· dre~ ... is 18 Co ll in s a venue, Troy, N. \ ·. C. T . J o nes ha<; cha nged h is (lddres~ 10 B o\. 59 1, Tul sa 2, O k la. 1927

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J oh n 1\1. Ri ndlaub is in bu s ine ss in all electric stor e and repa ir s ho p. Hi s addre ss is 33 l J ay street, Platteville, Wi s. R . \·V. Couch was o n th e campu s o n i\'1arch 12. B ob is w ith the Sta t e l-l ighway De partment at J efferso n City and is li ving at 304 I-Iaml ill t. Omer VV. Gree n ma n is li vin g in i\iarion, Ky. R obert I-I. Sturgess is Pro ducti on En g in eer o f i\1ine s and Quarrie s fo r the U nited States G ypsum Co . ]-Ti s home addre ss is 300 \OVes t Adam s str eet, Chicago 6, Ill. Haro ld R. Kil patrick is livin g at 2 16 E lm aven ue, Kirkw ood 22, 1\10. J o hn A n tener is employed in the Engilleering departme n t o f the N ati o nal Anil ine Di v is io n o f the Allied Che mica l and D ye Corpo r at io n in Buffalo, N.Y. J oh n 's home addre ss is 18 Linwood terra ce, Buffal o 9, N .Y. J. ' Bruce Clemmer liv es a t 2936 E. M a bl e, Tucso n, Ari z. Vi s itin g t he campu s o n A p ril 2 wa s J oh n P. Harmon. I-J e is a minin g engin ee r w ith the U.S. Burea u o f ?\{ines in Pitt s burg h. J o hn''S add r ess is in Pitt sburgh, at 4800 Fo rbes s t r eet. VV. K. Schweickhardt says he received qu ite a sur pr ise when he read in the P erso nal s in the "Alumnu s" that he wa s e mpl oyed by the Ame rican Bridge Co m pan y, in Ch icago. Thi s is an erro r, and to put things s tr a ight, Bill is Di st rict Sale s :M a nager of the \ Va lsh Refrac to ri es Corp., in Ch icago. I-lis home address, li s ted a s 74 10 No rt h Dam e n av enue is co rrect . Bill atte nd ed the Chicago Alumni St. P at's cele bra tion wh ich he de sc ribe s as a "corking good pa ny. " 1929 J oe Williamso n Jr. is v ice pres ident and man· ager of the Florida Office o f Ru ssell and Axo n, con sulting engineers. J oe ca n be reached at 11ulli cipa l Airport, P.O. B ox 143 1, D aytona Beach, F la. Workin g fo r t h e Bureau o f Bridges of t he Yl isso uri Stat e I-lighway Department is Ru sse ll A. Bryant. I-Ie is li ving at 305 Berry s tree t, in Jeffer so n City, Mo. E. J. Crum is p re sid ent o f the En g inee r s C lub o f Sparro w s P o in t, Md. Jli s h o me in Sparrows P o in t, is 8 16 C street. Charles I-I. Dresbach wa s t r a n s ferr ed the la t ter pa r t of 1Ia rch b y t h e Gulf Oil Co r p., to the Co lo mbian Gulf Oil Co. in B ogota, Co lo mbia. He is ch ief g eo logist a nd a ssistant manage r for the co mpany. Cha rl e s has been located in L os A n geles fo r t h e past five yea r s. I-li s new addre ss is Co lo mbian Gulf Oi l Co., Apt . Nac. 1339, B ogota, Co lo mbia. \~/ . L. Couch is sup erv isor o f Prod uctio n co n· tro l and Cost contro l with the Perso nal P lanes divi s io n of the Fairchild E n g in e a nd A ir plane Corpo rati o n which is located at St r o ther Field, Kall. Bill 's addre ss is 111 5 ?vl e n o r st reet, \<Vin. fie ld, Kan. S. A. Ly nch writes that he is g lad to know that 11Si\1 is d o in g w ell and hope s it cont inu es to prosper. I-:Ie is te a chin g at Texas A & i\1 in the department o f Geo logy. Hi s add r ess is S. A. L y n ch, Texas A & M, Co ll ege Statio n, Texa s. Cha rl es E. Gutke is working fo r the Co mm o nwea lt h Ed iso n Co ., 72 Vi . Adam s, Ch icago, I II. lIe lives in Wheato n, II I. , at 725 N. West. L. F. Van Sciver lives at 3 12 Glen Rid ge Rd. , Haverto wn, Pa. vVal ler B. Hollow li ves in Wichita, Ran., at ]] 5 South Delrose. 1930 E. F. Cirkal can be reached at P.O. B ox 337, Kill ee n, T exas. 1\1y r o n F. Thomas is with the Steel a nd Tub es Divi sio n o f Repub lic S te el Co rporati o n . I-I e liv es in Bedford, Ohio, at 38 Wand ie ave nu e. Lo ui s W. Pickles can be re ached a t TI ox 3 1i, Kirk s vi ll e, j\II o. lI e is with the :M i sso uri Sl ale Board o f Hea lth . Y. W. Graybeal is with the Hu m bl e Oi l a nd Refinin g Co mpa n y in . 1idJ and, T ex. T. J. Dover is li v ing at 6710 i\1ars hall avenue, I-la mm o nd, I nd. Andrew C . Shearer is s u per int enden t o f D. 'vVi· "Vinkelman Co., co ntractor s. I-li s mailin g address is R.R. No . 2, Doy lesto wn, Pa. Spencer A. Stone is em p loyed b y the Dei s ter Concentrato r Co. I--li s ma ilin g addre ss is P.O.

B ox 1, F ort vVay ne, Ind. T each in g at 1\1i sso tlri Un ive r s it y is \,Va lt er D . Keller wh o g ives 403 Stewart road, Co lu mbi a, as his ho m e addre ss. Cha rl es I-I. J emnings is with th e D epartment o f A gric ul t ur e in \ Vash in gto n , D.C. f I e is li ving at 3082 S. W oodr ow, Arlingto n, Va. Edwa rd T. R ege n hardt can b e rea ched at R oom 4520, J..1erchandi se :M art, Chicago 54, Ill. 1931 I-ravin g a ratin g of engine er, P- S, is Amos \ 'V . Hoggard who is in cha rge o f hydraulic des ig n for the U.S. En g ineers in Sacramento , Cal. Amus can be reached at 856 51s t s t r eet, Sacra men to, Ca lifo rnia. Charle s S. White is with the New Orleans D is tr ict of the U . S, E n g in ee rs . I-li s a ddress is 947 lI idalgo s tree t, New Orl ea n s, La. i\1ax E. Uelt ze n can be reached at Box 553, Sa lem , :M o. J..1ax WOl'k s for Fairbanks, :M or se & Co., in St. L o ui s, M o . R a lph S. Park is in the D evelo pment Div isio n o f the Gene r a l Chemical Co ., in No rth Claym o nt, DeL lI e li ves in Swarthm o re, Pa ., at 235 Park avenue. Erwin C. Mec kfe ssel is juni o r chemi st for Crown Zell erbach Corporat io n . I-li s h o m e addre ss is R.R. No . 2, Sequim , \ Va Sfl. Charl es E. Ro ss is work in g for t he Oh io River divi s ion o f the U .S . Eng ineer offi ce. Charle s is a hydraul ic en gineer, Grade P-4. I-li s mailin g address is 1530 Wa shi n gto n Blvd., I-Iunti n gto n, West Va. J oh n D. Shelton is with the Farmers Ban k o f Grandview, J..10. W. E. Donaldso n li ves at 4876 Argu s drive, L os Ange le s 4 1, Cal. 1932 J oseph E , Stevens is gene r a l s u perin tend ent for Gladding McBea n & Co . He ca n be reached at 8601 D o r othy st ree t, Sou t h Ga te, Cal. I-lomer F . Thompson is a n in st ructor in the Draw in g department at the Sch ool o f Nlines. Hi s addre ss in R o lla is 1605 E lm stre et. Loyd F. Pumm ill is livin g in Oklahoma wh ere he is a ssista nt e n g ineer fo r the State I-Ieal th de par t men t . Loyd's address is 402 N . 6 th street, L awton, Okla. \ <\/ illiam R. M uthe r can be reached a t B ox 635, Edgewood, Md. Bill w o rk s fo r the Edge· wood Arsenal. Jam es V . Offutt is g eneral manage r fo r A. P . Green Fire bri ck Co ., L td., in Canada . J im is livi ng at 73 R oya l York r oad, To r o n to, Ont. Orm o nd K . Lay is li vin g at 5226 Goodwin in Dalla s 6, T ex . Ri chard R ydstrom ha s been tra n s ferred fr om t he Sy r acuse o ffice of the U.S . Engineer s to the S peci ficatio n s Sect ion of t he Bal t im o r e office. I-li s home address is 1329 P ont iac st reet, B alt im o re 25, n1cl. Charle s M. Hess is with the Corp s o f En g ineers in f'l'I o biJe, Ala . I-li s home addre ss is 24 Club drive, p rin g Hill , A la . Jame s B. Hi n c~ man is w o rkin g in th e Const ructi o n department o f the J..10i.1 santo Chem ica l Co mpan y. I-li s h o me addr ess is 25 14 25th stree t, N itro, \Nest Va . Ra y mo nd J-[. Runder is li vi ng at 237 Bl anch Circle, F o rt \Nort h, Tex . R ay is em ployed by t he U I.S . E n gi nee r s. Wi lli am E . Darnell is territ o rial JlI anager for Rexair, Inc. f li s ho me addr e ss is 1623 \h/ . Belmar p lace, North College I-lil l, Cin cy 24, Ohi o. Th omas G. Day li ves at 304 K aren st reet in South Charle sto n, \<\' est Va. T om is w ith the Car bide and Ca rb o n Chemical s Co r po rati o n. R o b ert E. Evans is with the Standard Lime & St o n e Co., in Balti m o re, Mel, B o b's home ad· dre ss is 4320 Chester driv e, Yo un gsto wn 7, O. Frank G. B iggs is wOl'kin g fo r the U ,S. En g ineer Office in Omaha, :Neb . Frank li ves at 2592 Laure l avenue in Om ah a. H aro ld L. Gibb s li ves in Sa lt L a k e Cit)', Utah at 134-1- S unn ys id e avenue. I-Ie is assoc iated with the U.S. Bu rea u o f Min es. H aro ld L. Chamberlain is with the Elec tro· n1angane se Corporation . I-I e lives at 200 F a ir· fi eld drive in Kn oxv ille, T enn . Fl oy d S. Macklin is a civi l engi neer with the Corps o f E n g in eers in Kan sas City, n10. I-Ie lives at 9 12 Charlo tte, K an sa s City, Ni o.

Edw in O. Crawford is em ployed b y the A. E. S taley Mfg . Co., o f Decatu r , III. His h o m e a d d r ess in Deca tur is 1488 W. Decatur st reet . Lee I-I. DeWald is with the D epartment o f ?\1etallurgy at :M assac hu sett s Inst itute o f Techn o logy . fIe re s id es in Belmont, 11ass., at 16 I-Ior ne road. F . J. Zva n ut is a ssoc iated with the Ferro Ena m el Co r p., in Clevela nd 5, Ohio. F rank 's ho me address is 14533 Bayes avenue, Lakewood 7, Ohi o. 1933 Ea rl R . Mertz is assoc iate pro fe ssor of Genera l engin eerin g at the U niv er s it y of Southern Cali fo rni a . H is ho m e add ress is 6837 Agnes ave nue, No r t h I-l o ll y wood, Cal. George H. Mu sson is em ployed b y the Ge ne ral Chemica l Co. H is address is 10 3 7 12t h street, B o uld e r, Co lo. J oh n C. Me sser sm ith is in Gala x, V a ., where he is s uperinten dent fo r th e Gossan J..1ines, General Chem ical Co . A be A. Pollo ck is produ ct io n manager fo r the Kearny "Vork s, I-Iarmo n Co lor 'Nork s. I-l is home address is 409 D o wner street, \<\; estfield, Ne w J er sey. Arth ur P. Towell is employ ed b y She ll Chemica l Co r porat io n. Hi s h o me ad dr e ss is 25 16 W. 15Sth st r eet, Gardena, Ca l. S ince h is rel ease from the army in J a nuar y a s a Lt. Col., E. W. McClure ha s o pe ned a n a u to mot ive rep a ir sh op in San Anto ni o. I-li s bu s iness ad dress is 405 \<\1. J o n es ave nu e, Sa n A n to ni o , T exas. Leo I-I, Merchie is a chem ist for Parr In s tr um ent Co" in J!.1 0 Iine, Ill. L eo li ve s at 2 132 3rd st reet, 1Ioline, Ill. :M ax R. W iley is with the Kan sas I-li g hwa y Commi ssio n. I-li s address is 523 No r t h Cre stway, \<\i ichita 6, Kan. Cyril J. W enger lives at 8723a Riverview Blvd ., St. L o u is 2 1, 110 . lIe is wo rking for Shell Oil Co ., in W ood r iver, III. Ra vmond W. Rochers ca n b e r each ed at 1628 Colol:ado Blvd. , D enver 7, Col o. :M r. Earl R. Jenkins is a ssociated w it h the Patti Con st ru ct ion Co., o f Kan sas C ity . Ea rl lives at 7306 \<\/ ya n d otte, K ansas City 5, J..fo. Vern on O. Burkhalter is w ith the Eag lePicher Co . of W a ba sh, Ind. He li ves at 18 E. Si n clair street, in \<\/aba sh. Cha rles I-I. Lambur has rec en tly been ap poi nted Dir ecto r o f mining operat io n s o f the S im pso n Creek Co lli eri es Co. I-li s h o m e add re ss is 545 \·V est End ave nu e, Apt. 9-F, Ne w York, New York. Cha rle s VV'. Holderb aum is a ir port engineer fo r C.A.A. in For t \ Vorth, T exas. I-li s h om e address is 17 25 A ls ton a venue, F t. \ 'Vo rth. Vi r g il 1. Dod so n is m o r e tha n bu sy t h e se day s keep illg up h is o w n bu s ine ss a s Con sul ti n g Engineer, and a lso b e ing City E n g in ee r at J..1attoon, Ill. I--li s bu s ine ss addr ess is 12th and Richmond ave nu e, J..1attoo n, Ill., and hi s home is at 33 16 Champai g n aven ue . L t. Col. C. R. Ro senbaum g ives has a ddre ss as D ept. E n g. Office, I-Iq. Anti ll es Department , APO 85 1, c/ o Po st m aste r , i\1iami, 1:;" la . y. F. McDonald is with the Gulf O il Corp ., in Semin o le, Okla. St ill a r adio "h am " o n 10 a nd 20 meters is J. Douglas Marti n Jr. Doug ha s been w ith the Geophysical R esea r ch Co rpo rat io n s ince 19 36, a nd is in the Tul s a deve lo pment la b at the p r eselit t ime. I-I e ha s a three year o ld "lively" da u g hter. Bernard Gross h as been made v ice president an d m anage r o f Sales fo r the Key Co mp a ny, P.O. B ox 494, East S t. L o ui s, III. C ur t I-I. Schmitz r eports tha t the Lo s A n g eles J!,'I in er s have bee n h avi n g some "good get -t o get hers ," thank s to J..1r. N ue ll and Eva Greene an d a few ot her s. Curt is a ssociated with the Technico lo r :M ot io n Pi ct u re Co rporati o n in L os Ange le s. His ho m e add r ess is 4 12 1 Tild en ave nue, Culve r City, Cal. \ V ill iam f i. Lenz re s igned as chie f meta llurgist o f the Fan stee l J..1etallu r g ica l Corp., o n Aug. 1, 1946, after nin e years o f se rvice in t he laboratory, but wa s re ta ined b y Fan s tee l a s co nsultant fo r the ba la n ce of the year. Dur ing reo cent 111 0nth s he has a lso been act ive in co n s ult-

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ALUMNI PERSONALS in g wo rk fo r Perm o, In c., Ch ica go, and is n o w d evot in g hi s fu ll tim e to se rvin g th em a s meta llurg ical dir ector. I-lis ho m e addre ss r e main s the same, 17 06 Lydia str eet, W a uk ega n, Il l. . L ee D. Dumm r e s id es a t 824 S . I vy s tr eet, 111 Arlin gto n , Va . J. J. Harmon Jr. wa s v is it in g th e ca mpu s o n April 2. J o hn is ch ief e ng in ee r fo r th e Lud lo wSay lo r '''' ire Co mpan y in S t. L o u is. I-l is ho me is in Clayto n at 6 15 F o r es t Co urt. 1934 J o h n J. O 'Hearn is w ith t he U .S . E ng in ee r s in Fredo nia, K a n. T h o ma s J. Stewart is wo rki ng fo r the G eo rg e S. ?\'1 epham Co r po r at io n in St. L o ui s. T o m liv e s at 39 W ind so r dri ve, B ell ev ill e, Ill. l\'l a so n B. L arwood wri tes th at h e see s N ed Kr a ft and a fe w o f th e other 11 S M b oy s occa s io nall y. :M a so n is with th e O ffice o f t h e Quarte rm a s te r Gen eral in Wa shin g to n, D. C . lI e live s at 7758 Emerso n r oad, \,Ves t L a nh a m I-Ii li s, Hyatt sv ill e, Md. C lem en s R. Mais e ha s ch a n ged hi s ad d r ess to 601 Ri ch m o nd T r u st B ld g ., Ri chm o nd 17, Va. J a m e s I-I. Tobin live s at 26 19 "Vata lee ave nue, A lto n, Ill. I-Ie is with th e vVe ste r n Ca rtr idge Co . vValt e r S . Schamel Jr. is w o rki ng fo r th e Am e r ica n \'Vh eelab r ato r & E quipm en t Cor porati OIl , :M ish o waka, In d . I-I e lives at 537 Edgewater d ri ve, Sou th B e nd 6, I nd. R ees e \'V . Simp so n is hydr op la n ts engin ee r w ith RE A in \ 'Va sh ingto n, D .C. JIi s ho m e ad d re ss is 52 13 R oo sev elt str eet, B eth esda 14, Md. Ch arl es "V. Potter is li v in g in Bu tte, :M o nt., at 2735 Prin ce to n. I-Ie is a geo logist wi th the A n aco nd a Co ppe r i\1inin g Co . Jle nr y B. Coo ns is e m p loyed b y t he Ca rbid e a nd Ca rb o n Ch emi ca ls Corp ., in South Charl esto n, vVe st Va. l~[i s h o m e add ress is 120 Ob se r vato r y dr ive, St. A lban s, ' ,Ve st Va . Roy E . Swift ha s m o ved to 2 R ead str ee t, New 'r I aven 11, Conn . D av id J. Peery is h ead o f the Depar tm e n t of A e ro na u t ica l En gi n eer in g, at P enn . S ta te Co llege. Hi s ho m e addre ss is 133 Hill c r e st , State Co ll ege, P a . J o h n II. Zell g ives h is new address a s 1207 Cumb erl and ave nu e, Day to n 6, Oh io . A r th ur I-I. Walther is li vin g a t 122 No r wo od ave nu e, B uffa lo 13, N .Y . I-I e is wo rkin g for Na t io n a l A nilin e Di vis io n. ' ,Vill iam B. F letcher is c hi ef en g in ecr fo r the Indu s t ri a l Sy ste m s Com pan y in L o s An ge le s. B ill live s at 3840 Lugo, in Ly nw ood, Cal. J ac k E. Gaston is a sso c ia ted with t he A r ms t r o n g Co rk Co m pany R e sea rc h L a bo r ator ies. I ·I i s home ad dr ess is 18 Kr e ide r ave nu e, L anca s te r, R.D. N o. 3, Pa. ",ra lter H. Bruening lives at 122 7 W e st 14t h s tr e et, Pin e Bluff, A r k. \Ni lli a m R. Power is chi e f r cfiner y che mi st f01- Cities Se r vice Oil Co ., Ea st Ch icago, I nd. IIi s h o m e a ddress is 11 I 8 Ea st 82nd Str ee t in E as t Ch icago. Dav e P. Hale wa s o n th e ca m pu s o n F eb. 2 7. D ave is m e ta llu rgica l sa le s eng in eer w ith the i\1arc~T i\1i ll di visio n o f t he :Mi nc an d Sme lte r s ll pp iy Co., in D e n ver, Co lo. J-li s ho m e add ress is 11 80 S h erman, A pt. 20 1, D e n ve r. i\1r. Th o m a s Graham is seni o r meta llurg ist fo r t he U nited State s Burea u o f Min es at Sa lt L a ke C ity, U tah. 1935 I Iowa rd F. Lange is wo r k ing fo r the S he ll Oil Co ., Tn c., in \Vooclri ve r , Ill. I-I o wa rd li ves in St. L o ui s at 72 28 Bllrr wood driv e . F,·ed 'yV. Klee ca n be r ea c hed a t 1443 9 Charl ev o ix in D etI·o it, i\1i ch . Joe \"' . Ribotto is wo r k in g fo r the U tah Cop· per D ivis io n of t he K enn ecott Co p per Co r p. J oe's a d dress is 28 54 S . 8650 W. , M a g na, Utah. Eager \ 'V. Nixon is trai n mas t e r w ith th e vVa ba sh R a ilroa d Co. H is h o m e add ress is 100 5 r. iVI ai n , Deca tur, Ill. C h a rl e s \"l. Snyder is wo rk in g' fo r the F ra bi 111 0 r E q ui pme n t & Co ntro ls Co ., I nc ., ill Ch icago . I-l is h o m e is 1643 N. ·M o nit o r , Chicag o 39, Ill. U ntil S ept. ], D o nn e ll Dutton will be a t 67 12 'vVa s hin g to n Bl vcl. , Fall s Chur c h, Va., the n he will b e a t h is o ld ad dr e ss, 48 3 E . \Ve s ley Rd., ill At la nta, G a .

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Geo. A . Pe n zel was 011 t he ca mpus on Feb . 27 . Geo rge is with th e Cape Girardeau Specia l R oad Di s tri c t and is living at 411a Themi s street, Cape Girardea u, i\10 . Emil D. H offma n is w o rkin g in Newark, N.J. , wi th \V est in g ho u se Co rp . I-li s ho me addres s is 12 Burnet s tr eet, Ma ple wood, N.J. E d wa rd A. H uffma n g ives hi s bu s in ess ad· d ress a s 310 P etr o leum B ld g ., ~' i chita, Kan. E d res id e s at 257 N . Bl eck ley dri ve in Wichita. El m er J. Ni ckel is a ssoc ia t ed wit h t h e R a lSt o n Purin a Co., in S t . L o ui s. I-li s m a ilin g ad · d r ess is R. R. No. 3, B ox 10 2, S t. Loui s 15, M o . 1936 I-l a rr y R. Tho rn to n ca n b e r eached a t 1333 '''' . F a r go ave nue, Chi ca go Park di st ri ct, Chi · cago, Ill. Lt. Co l. El lio tt I-I. Reed is s ta t io ned a t F o r t L eavenw o rth, K a n. J. H. M e nefee is n o w livin g at 507 E. Mulb e rr y s tr ee t, S an Anto ni o 2, T exas . I-I e rb ert T. Bock is wo rkin g fo r ' '''e s te rn Ca rtrid ge Co ., in Eas t A lto n, Ill. I-l is ho me addre ss is 450 B lu ff s tr eet, A lto n. O sca r I-I. F ager is wi t h the Shell Oil Co., In c ., in Ja c k so n l:'I e ig hts, N .Y . I-li s h ome add re ss is 40- 15 82 nd s t r eet in J ack so n I-Iei g h t s. J o hn P. Ra sor lives a t 3 13 P a sq ual, Sa n G abri e l, Ca l. 1937 I-Ia r o Jd F. Pie r ce is explo itati o n engin ee r wi th Sh ell Oil Co mpa n y, In c., in I-I o u sto n , T exa s. ]~Ii s m a ilin g add re ss is Dra we r No .1, Prem o n t, T exa s. \~' alt e r E . Luder is em p loyed b y th e Alumi n um Cookin g U t en s il Co. lIe liv e s a t 4 19 V ern o n s tr ee t, Ne w I(e n sill gto n , Pa. '''' ilbe rn T. Moore is fie ld en g ineer fo r t he S t a no lind Oil a nd G a s Co m pa n y . J-li s a d d r ess is P.O. Box 58 3, L a fayette, L a . J oh n Fred Vahle Jr. is emp loyed by Un io n E lect ric Co . of 1\fi ssouri. l Ie liv e s a t 2749 A ll e n aven ue, in St. L ou is. Fra n k C. App leyard is li vi ng in A laba st er, ~Ii ch i gan .

Ca pt . T. J. Bommer i ~ post en g in ee r a t the O gd en A r sena l in O gden, Utah . I-l is ho m e add r ess is B o ur bo n, i\1 0 . R ay m o nd C. Schmidt is a ssoc ia te d with th e B a riu m Produ cts, L ld ., iii Ivl od es to, Cal. I-l is m ailin g ad d r ess is B ox 67, O a kda le, Ca l. A rthur P. Hau s mann g ive s 903 J ones s t r eet, B ette nd o rf, Io wa a s hi s h o m c address. Ilan y C. Berger is with th e S eism og ra ph Ser· v ice Co rp o rati o n in Ca r aca s, V e nez . I-li s ho m e is in Calu met Cit y, III., a t 104 157th stre et. G eo rge ~' . D ick in son liv e s a t 10 10 17th s tree t in D en ver , Co lo . T homa s L. Baxter re s ide s at 7612 Ri dge Ave. , K ew K e n s in gto n, Pa . l Ie is a ssociated w ith th c A lu m inu m Co m pa n y o f A m e ri ca . J. P. Balke ha s m o ved to 400 N . H a r de st y in K an s a s Ci ty, 1\1 0. J o h n W. O'Neal is li vin g at 1733 Ea s tern P a r k way, Sch en ect ad y, N.Y . 1\1. K. Smart is in the En g in ee rin g d epa r tmc n t o f t he Fairc hild En g in e an d A ir pla ne Co rpo ra ti o n , loca ted at St r othe r Fi e ld, Kan. M a r sh all W. Tay lor II g iv es hi s addre ss a s B ox 1550 , A li ce,' 'I'ex. Ne w t O tti ng e r wa s o n th e C::l.m pu s o n ·M arc h 4 . Ne wt is wi t h th e Schlul1lb er ger Oil \,ye ll S ur vey in g Co m pany, Box 1839, Abil ene, T exa s. lI e ex pec ts to s pend fo ur 11l 011lh s thi s s um mer in Fa irba nk s, A la s ka o n bu s ine ss fer h is co m pa n y. l Ie w ill s till m ain ta in hi s addr ess at A b ilene . R . R . Kaley is li vin g in L eban o n, 110., at 22 3 S . \ Va s h ingto n. O . E. Grewis res ide s a t 47 2 1 So u th Co mp to n a ve n ue, S 1. L o ui s 11, 1\{ 0. 1938 J aseph Vl . H o werton is with t.he lI a w tho l' ne p la n t o f th e ,,y es te rn El eC lri c Co ., In c ., in Ch i. cago . lIe lives at 24 8 vVa s hi ngto n bo ul evard, O a k P a rk, Ill. J. Cra ig E ll is a nd hi s wife J oan rece ntl y re o t urn ed fr OI11 a t r ip to th e " s unn y" So uth . Th ey s pen t seve ral wee k s in 1\1i a mi and Co ral Gab le s, Fl a . 'Th e E ll is ' hav e become co n fi rmed i\1inn eap o li s r es id e nt s li vin g at 3135 W. Ca lh o un Bl vd. , a nd wo u ld lik e to hear fr OI11 a n y 11iner s in the

:M inneapo lis area . Craig is workin g with Superio r Pl a tin g & Ru st Proofing Co., hand ling sa les a nd ad vertis ing. K enn eth V. Sibe r t is with the War D e partm ent, Co rps of Engineer s, in Omaha, Neb . K en ' s h o m e a ddre ss is 2863 Wa shin gto n s tr eet, Omah a 7, N eb. Cecil W. Robertso n is a ssistan t s u pe rinten. d en t o f co n st ru cti o n fo r t h e E. B. B a d g er & So n s Co ., B os to n, M ass. I-li s h o m e addre ss is 740 M c Kinl ey, Nederla nd, Texas. S in ce h is r e lea se fr o m a ctive dut y las t Septe mbe r, J oh n I-I. McCutche n ha s been wo rkin g for th e D epa r t ment o f Public H ealth a nd Welfar e in J effe r so n Cit y, M o . J o hn ' s a ddr ess is 606 Di x road, J e ff er so n Ci ty, i\1 0. Fra n k ]~L P itte nge r is liv in g in Mas cot,Tenn. , wh e re he is minin g repre sen tati ve fo r DuPo n t d e N elll OUI"S & Co. F o rr es t L ee Carpe n ter is em ployed a s an e ng inee r wi t h t h e Gulf R e finin g Co., in Ce nt r a li a, Ill. v\' illi a m N . Buck is t o pog raph ic eng in eer in the Pac ific di vis io n o f US GS . Bill 's a d dress , is . B ox 346, Sacra mento 2, Cal. 1\'1e lbu r n A. Gibso n is wi th t he n'l i sso uri P o we r & Li g h t Co . I-Ie li ve s in 11ex ico, il10., at 704 N . J effe r so n . R o be rt V . Jone s is emp loyed by t he Cop perwe ld Steel Co ., in \ 'V a n en, O hi o. IIi s h nme add r ess in \" "a rr e n is 29 24 F o ster dr ive N .E. F . T. McCrae is a minin g- engineer with the Mid la nd E lect ri c Coa l Co . Th e McCraes a r e li vin g at 167 No r th W ood st r eet, F a r m in gto n, Illin o is. All e n 1\,[. Glaser is livin g at 13 E va n s dri ve in Sava nn ah, Ga . A l is e mploy ed by the U ni o n B ag a nd Paper Co rp. , ill Savannah. Willi a m B. D unlap is em p loyed b y t h e ~{ o n · s a n to Chem ical Co. in A nni st o n, A la . I[i s ho m e ad d ress in A nni s to n is 627 Kn ox st r eet. L I. Cmd r . F. nL M ue ll er wa s in R o ll a fo r the St. Pat' s celeb r a ti o n. Fred is s tat io ned at the Nava l A ir Sta ti o n in St. L o ui s, bu t pla n s to be a civi li a n aga in t he 1st o f l\1 ay . A fter seven yea r s in th e Navy, sta r t in g a s a Sea m a n 2nd a nd ra is in g t o h is pre sen t ran k a s L t. C mdr., Fred say s he ho pes to get into some kin d of E lectric co n s tru ct io n work either in t he U .S. o r a fo r· e ig n co u nt ry. C. I-I. Ro se is wi th :M in e s, I nc. , Cri pple C reek, Co lo. R. P. Alger is wi th th e Sch lul11be rb e r W ell S un'cy in g Corp. , i\i ag no lia, A rk. C. C. V an Deventer is te c hni cal r epres entat ive in the E xp los ives Divi s io n o f t he DuPo n t d e Ne m o urs & Co mpa ny in '''' ilmin g-to n , D el. Il is ho me a ddr ess is 350 No. i\1 a in , Bu t ler, Pa . J ack McCaw is a n e ng in eer with E . 1. Du P o n t de Ne m ou r s & Co ., E d ge m oor, Del. J ack li ve s a t 2 714 l\1cCa rey s tr ee t, Ch e s ter, P a . Omar C. W iley is d es ig n en g in eer, Co ntro l appara tu s fOl· ~' e s tin g h o u s e Elect ri c Co r po r at io n. ]li s ho m e addre ss is 11 60 Ri c h ie, Lim a , O . F re d A. Wann wh o is w it h E. 1. DuPo nt d e Nem o u r s & Co ., ha s been t r a n s ferr ed fro l11 E li za bet h, N. J. , to t he \,V ilmin g lo n, D el. , office of t he co m pa ny. I-I e is li vin g at 19 14 W est St. , 'vVilmin gto n. 1939 L e wi s C. E ll iott is livin g in Sa n Fra nc isco at 1280 Grove . l-l e is workin g fo r the P ac ific Ga s and El ect ,·ic Co m pa n y . Ker mi t A . S ieg ri st is wit h the A rm y i\10 t io n P ict ur e Serv ice. I-I e lives at 6932 G len m o re, Sl. L o ui s 20, M o. L a u re nce A. Roe is r es ea rch e ng in ee r fo r J o ne s & L a ugh li n Stee l Co r po r at ion . Ili s ad· dre ss is B o x 272, S ta r L a ke, K . Y. G eo rge A . Pes chke is wi th th e L ubr i-Ge l Prod uc ti o n Co ., o f i\1c C,·ac kel1 , K a n. lIe li ves at .1359 N. Broad way, \"' ic hita, K a n. '!Tan y vVe nde ll Cutshall can be reached at 6 1 Nort h 3rd s tree t , Spani sh F o rk, U tah . Fred N . Taylor is with t he S hell Pipe L ine Co rpo rat io n. H e li ves a t 612 Ea s t Seco nd, C us h in g, O kla . 'vVilli a m P. You ng is a ssoc iat ed with \,Vi SCO ll s in S t. ee l Co ., and Internati o nal ITarve s ler. Bi ll' s ho me addre ss is 10 So uth Cathe rin e a ve nu e, Ch ic;lgo, III. R obe rt ~L Stewart is process e ng in ee r for

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The Chicago Corpo ration. IIi s a ddre ss is Route I, Box 76B, Bi s hop, Texa s. William F. Ob erbeck is emp loyed b y J oseph T. River so n & Son in St. L o ui s. Bill is li ving at 2i Orchard la ne, Kirkw ood, !\10. Lt. Comdr. R P. Haviland, USN R , is li vin g at 3 189 S. Stafford s treet , Arlin gto n , Va. Charles S. Dianosich is working in Buffa lo, N .Y. , wi t h the I-Ianna Furnace Corporation. J-li s ho me add ress is 259 tee Jawanna avenue, L ackawa nna 18, N.Y. Irvan E. Curtis is in Kamay, T exa s. E. F. Pohlmann ca n be reached at 322 E . 4th treet, \Nate rl oo, Ill. "M a lcolm J. F la na ry is working in Maraiciabo, \Tenez., in South Ameri ca . I-li s home address is R N o. I, Owa sso, Okla . J . R . Pos t is liv in g at 1443 N. Luna ave nu e, Chicago 51, III. J oh n G. Beach is at the B atte ll e :\1emor ial In stitute d oing research a nd deve lopm ent work in E lectr ochemical engineerin g. O the r '-'finers work in g at B attell e ~f emor i a l In s titute are W . P. Ruenmuler '38, " Butch" Kuhlm a n '38, Erwin Hoem a n '30, Ru ssell Bircher '38 and Jerr y Donaldson '28. The B eaches have tw o chi ldren Da vid, 3 years, a nd S u san, on e year old . 1940 After 5~ years in the Canadian Army, 3 of which were spent in the Northwe stern European theater, Peter Simond s is with the Aluminum Company of Canada . Peter ca n be r ea ched at the Saguenay Inn, Arvida Quebec, Canada. I-I en ry M . Wolpers is in Win ona, l\1inn., wi th the U nit ed Con struction Company . Lewi s E. Sears is emp loyed by the Oron ogo ~lutua l Mining Co., in Oro nogo, 1\<[ 0. Lew is is living at 218 B ye rs, J oplin, ~1 0 . S upervi sor of Estimates & Engineerin g for Davi s Boring T ool divi sion of Giddin gs & Lewi s :\1achine T ool Co., is Vernon E. Unger. Hi s address is' 24 Sixth s treet, F ond du Lac, \V is. Vern on W. Rieke is working for the A lu minum Cooking Uten sil divi sion of t he A luminum Compa ny of America. He liv es at 1300 W ood· mont ave nue, New Ken sin gton, Pa . Ernest L. Perry is on termin a l leave from the army with the rank of L t. Co l. a nd is vi sitin g at h is home at 11 05 Pine s treet, R oHa, 1\10. Ernest ha s been six years in t he army and wa s with the 90th InL Div. in the Europea n th eate r. He wears 5 battle s tars r e pre sen t in g Nor mand y, Centra l France, the Ardennes, the Rh ineland and Centra l Europe. F o r the last yea r, he has been with Hq., AGF on Ge n . Devers' staff at Ft. M onroe, Va. R o bert Spencer Smith is liv in g at 62 Sayers avenue, Lan sdowne, Pa. lIe is a meta llurgi st with the B a ldwin Locomot ive W ork s in Philade lphia. Frazier M. Stewart is reservoir engi neer with the St ano llnd Oi l & Ga s Co., Tul sa, Okl a. P a ul T. Berglund is employed b y the Wm. \Vurd ack Electric Mfg. Co. in St. Lou is. P a ul Ji ves at 5054 Pa r ker aven ue, St. L o ui s 9, M o. HW oody" Burgess is w ith the Phillips P etroleum Co. at Bartlesville, Okla. H e is tempo rari ly li vin g at 11 5 E. 8th s tree t, Bartle svill e. Befo re h is induct ion into the army Charl es P . Sturg is wa s electrical engineer for O. B. IvIc. Clintock Co., in l\1inneapolis. :M ai l will reach Charles at 3 11 S. Vandeventer st reet, Kenn ett, j\1isso uri . Arthur Weber Jr. is en g ineerin g representat ive for Bethlehem Supply Co. H is home address is 2236 E. 17th place, Tu lsa, Okla . Raym o nd S. Stewart g ives hi s ho me ad dr ess a s 31 Zimmerman Bl vd., K enmore I i, N.Y. R ay is se nior metallurg ist fo r Tit a nium All oy ?\ffg . Co., Ni agara F all s, N.Y. William V. Kus ter is with the Ozark· Mah on· ing )1inin g divis io n in R osicla re, II I. He can b e reached at B ox 412 in R osiclare. J e nnings Bryan Ca r ver J r. liv es at 2204 Ea st 14th s treet, Tu lsa, Okla. D oin g g raduate wo rk at MSM is Edward B. Kuhn e. I-fe is living at ' ''-'intet·s Touri st Court, R oute 66, R oll a, M o. .i.\ 1axwell C. Weiner is an elect ri ca l engineer w n h W estin g ho use . f li s addres s is 902 6 R osemary, St . L oui s 23, M o . D onald E. Bradley is livin g in K a n sa s City,

!'I10., at 9835 \Vinner r oad. D a vid F . Boltz received hi s Ph.D. in Jun e of 1946 from Purdue a nd is now a ssista n t profe ssor of Chemistry at \Vayne University. David lives at 15322 Stee l, D etroit 27, Mich. D e \Ni lton Timberman ha s b een tra n sferred from the Alton , III., plant of W estern Cartrid ge to the New I-lave n, Conn ., plant. l\1ilto n K . Gee lives at 36 18 Ventura avenue, Fresn o, Cal. :Milton I-I. Borgman is with the v..;r ight Aero Cor poration in \Vood Ri dge, 1 .J. Ed's home is in Allendale, I .J. E . L. Rueff is livi ng at 5578 Persh ing ave nu e, St. L ou is, ~.[ o . l-[oward M . K a t z J r. a nd .h is fami ly a re now livin g in P ar is, T ex. ]{owa rd is with t he U nit ed State s Geo logica l S urvey . vVrn. Burgin is with ~Mi n e s , In c., Cri pple Creek, Co lo . Laurel B. Frye is teaching mathe matics and science in the high schoo l in L exin gto n , :Mich . Hi s address is B ox 163, L exi ngt on, Mich . L t . Col. Walt e r P . Leber ca n be reached at 206 E. Tenn essee ave nue, in Oak Rid ge, Tenn. S ince A pri l I , Ralph E. K elley Jr. has b een with J . S. L ane & Son s,Inc., in \Vestfi eld, Mass. 1941 WAYNE J . BENNETSEN.CORRESPONDENT

6327A Sutherl a nd Avenue, St. Louis 9, Mo. R o be rt S. Schoenthaler is wi th t he Phillips Petroleum Co., in the Construction division of the Engineering department in Oklahoma City. His home add r ess is R 9-B ox 158, Oklahoma Cit)', Okla. Fran k O. Suessdorf is living at 3205 Broadway, fIou ston 12, T exa s. Frank is working for Sinclair Rubber, In c. Harold J . Nicholas is a Graduate Fellow in biochem ist ry at St. L o ui s University School of Medicine. Hi s add r ess is Box 429, R oute N o. 8, l\1a tte se, 1\10. Franklin Rogers is w ith the Westingh o u se Electric & Mfg. Co., at Bl oomfield, N.J. Frank is living at 262 Berge n avenue, Kearny, N.J. William A. Schroeder is in the U.S. Nav y. I-lis addre ss is 5800 Ocean dri ve, Corpu s Chri sti, Texa s. James V. Heddell is livin g at 3128 Oakwood aven ue, L ynwood, Ca l. Charles A. Wi scholl is an engi :1 eer with Shel1 Oil Co . He li ves at 2412 N . W. 12th, Oklah oma City, Ok la . Chris M . W a tt enb erger is li vin g at 1005 Cher· ry street, L a ma r, ~f o . Haro ld J. S ch roeder writes t ha t he enjoys th e information on act ivit ies at n.lSM and new s a bout g r a duates in the HAlu111nus." Th e Schroeder s are planning a tr ip in ea rl y Jun e and are hop in g to s pend a day in Rolla. I{arold is employed in the Engineer ing departm ent o f t he Baro id Sa les d ivi sion of the Nat io nal Lead Co . His pre sen t addres s is 303 E. Pa ge st reet, A pt. No.3, :M a lvern , Ark. J oseph T. Dusza is sharin g an "MSM Apar tment" at 780 1 Yate s in Chicago, with Hoby '43 , and Bump s '43. J oe works for Harbi son Walk'er Mfg. Co., in East Chicago. H o ward T. Gibbo ns can be reached at 624 S . '-'!f a in street, Ca n ton, lI i. An in s tructor in Geo logy at the U ni versity of Texa s in Au s t in, is R oy W . Graves Jf. Jam es \V. J en sen writes from New !\1exico that there is quite a L os A la mos colony of M S M g rad s a nd " ex's"; a m o ng them are Franci s Krill '43 a nd J oh n D. M cClendon '40. Jim 's ad · dress is P .O. B ox 1663, Santa Fe, ew Mex. "V. C. Al smeye r is li vi ng at 25 17 Hunt st reet, Am es, Iowa. R. R. Brook s hire ha s built a new ho me in Sou th we st St. Louis a nd is living at 6642 P ern od, St . L o ui s 9, N[ O. fi R ed" is go ing to take some grad ua te work at St. L o ui s Un iversit y thi s semes ter. J oh n H. Dunn is with the U nit ed States Geologica l Survey in the seven wes tern states. J-li s address is US G S, B ox 346, Sacramen to 2, Cal.

] 1. F. Bottcher re side s at 77 Fairview ave nu e, North Plainfield, N. J. Mi chael A. Scheri ff can be reached c/o Gen· eral Chemical Co., Galax, Va. G. R . Cou ch is working in the D evelopment E n g ineer ing department, Titani um divi sion of t he Nationa l Lead Company in South Amboy, ~Te w J er sey. W. L. Love r idge has moved from Sappingto n, 110., to 628 Lin coln, East Alto n, III. R o bert M . Sexto n is living in Lakewood, 0., at 1360 E lbur ave nu e, Apartment 45 . Floyd P. Smith was a campus visitor on Feb . 28. Fl oyd is with t h e I·I orto n and Company at Lamar, M o. R o be r t K . Boyd is s u perintendent of the Gu y F. Atkin so n Company in Lon g Beach, Cal. B o b is liv in g in Bellflo wer, Ca1., at 5924 Pimenta avenue . 1942 R a lph L. N e ub ert is plant engineer for the Carondelet pla n t, ~1 0 n sa n to Chemical Co., in St. L o ui s. R a lph li ves at 25 Au s t in p lace, Kirk· wood 22, l\{ o. R oy ~:I. Ferris is working for the 1vl ag noli a Petroleum Co. H e lives at 2039 Park s treet in B ea u mo n t, T exas. Go rd on Engle is employed by Micro Sw itch, divi sion of First Industria l Corporation, P.O. B ox 56 1, Freeport, III. Charles R. T rotter is wi t h t he :Missouri State I-lighway D epar t m en t . Hi s h ome address is 122 S. I-Iarrison, Kirkw ood 22, :M o. Kenya n V. H arri ngto n is w or k in g with Leonard \Ve lding & Mfg. Co. His home address is 2 146 S. Gr a nd, St. L o ui s, M o. Bill Tow n send is in Uncle Sam's army. 1-1 is ma ilin g address is M / Sgt . Wi ll iam A. T own· send CRa 30900504), 1540 En g r. Gase Survey Co., 29th Engr. Ba se Topo Bn. , APO 75, c/o P ostm a s ter, San Franci sco, Cal. Robert J. Weiss is working for t he A u rora Concrete Products Co., in Aurora, h10. I-lis home addr ess is 607 W. Scott street, Spring. fie ld , Mo . Bertram L. Ulrey is field engin eer for the S tate o f vVashington, Departmen t of Gam e. I-li s home a ddress is 11469 Sixty·ninth place South, Seattle 88, Wash. All en L. L ewis is employed by the Humble Oil & Refll1 ing Co. A lle n's home address is 308 Mich igan, Ba yto wn, T exas. Le slie J. M a h er is working as an en g in eer fo r the Bemi s Bros. Bag Company in Peoria, Ill. His m a ilin g address is RR N o. 2, Box 96, Chi ll icoth e, III. J oh n W. Wise is employed by the K e nni cott Copper Corporat ion in Ra y, Ariz. Glen C. Brockman is with the U .S. Engineers in K a n sas City, :M o. I-li s home address in K a nsas City is 3606 Chest nut. Frito! M. Bloomberg is employed by All is Chalmers Mfg . Co . He lives at 1409 N. 48th s treet, M il waukee, \Vis. I C urti s Q. Hubbart is living at 405 E. E lm ~t reet in Gill espie, Il 1. Curtis is a ssociated wi th the S upe ri or Coa l Co. in Gi ll espie . J. H. Pries tl y is with Standard Oil of New J ersey. Ili s home address is 125 Burn sid e Ave., Cranford , N.J. Pvt. Leon ard I-I. Bolz g ives as hi s address Co. B, 276 1 E ng n . Bn. B ox 5500, Albuqu er q u e, New !\1 ex ico. i\1erl yn J . Block is in the army stat ioned at EI Pa so, Texas . lIe can be reac hed at hi s home in St . L o ui s, :M o ., 5755 Kings bury p lace. Paul F. Steinho ff is a chemical engineer fo r the Barrett divi sion of thc Alli ed Chemical & Dye Corpor at ion. I-lis tempora r y address is 2867 Charriers ave nu e, P itts burgh, P a. Quality Control s upervisor for ' Vestingho u se is Win so n B. Kehr. Hi s address is 3 17 Avenue F , Fore st H ill s, Pitt sburg h 2 1, Pa. A. G. Adler can b e reached at 1712 N . 40th street, East St. Loui s, Ill. J ames H . Fox is w ith the 9th B omb Group overseas. I-li s home address is 52 Columbia ave nu e, P ate rso n 3, N. J. Fred W. O lde g ives 4520a Cleveland ave nue, St. L o ui s 10, 1\1 0., as his correct address . Earl L. W ashburn is living at 23 W est End place, Cra nford, N .J.

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ALUMNI PERSONALS Ie A. Roffman ca n be rea ch ed at the fo ll o win g addr ess : c/o We s ter lin & Cam p be ll Co ., 18S N . W aba s h, Chicago, III. Capt. R o bert V a n Nostr a nd is s ta t io ned in Frankfurt, Ger m a n y. Bob c a n be reached al 3 10 E. Campbell avenue, Sherrill , N.Y. Gen e G ottsc halk has rece n t ly m oved to 302.+ La ve nder ave nu e in B a ltim o r e, l\'Id. J o hn R Humph rey has b ee n t r an s ferred to Dulut h, :M inn. J oh n is wit h the In gerso ll-Ran d Co mpan y. J. \tV. Zoller m oved in 1vlar ch fr o m Wi chi ta to M c Pherso n, K a n . I-I e is with the Shell Oi l Co., In c ., in ~1cPher so l1. Lt. L. C . Wolff, USN, can b e reac hed at 73S 1 Flo ra av enu e, M~ap l e w oo d 17, M o. E uge ne T. R uttl e is a ssis tant produc t io n en g ineer for the Pi tts burgh Co n so li dation Coa l Co., Pitts burg h, Pa. I-li s a ddr ess is RD. No. I, Venetia, Pa. ~1aj o l' Vern o n T. Loesing g ives hi s address as 463 AAF Base U n it, G e ige r Fi e ld, W ash . F ran ci s I-I. W elch is a mine s ur veyor for the St. J oseph L ead Co., in Es ther , Mo. A ll a n J. P . H ahn is with the Intern at iona l ~1in e ral s a nd Chemical Co rp o r at io n. I-li s home add r ess is 311 \tVest 8t h s treet, Columbi a , T enn . G il ber t Bl a n kens hip is a geo logis t with t he Pure Oil Co ., in Midl a nd , T ex. lIe ha s come across \Va ll y Dre ssel '43, D ic k Brackett ' 43 a nd fo rm er Pro f. a m E lli son in nli clland. Gil hope s to come to R o ll a so metim e next fa ll. I-li s correct address is 1209 \ lI,l . nJI ichi ga n, Box 67 1, n1id la nd, T exa s. \"l ilb e r t J. Lawler is livin g at 12 \tYash ing ton ave n ue, \tVestport, Con n. J o hn E. Brin kma nn is in the Producti on Sched ul e d e partment of A ll is-Cha lm ers in neilwaukee, Wis. I-I e re sides at 5830 W . W ells, \V a uwatosa 13, \"l is. Leo nard S tear n s is assoc iated with P ratt & vVh it ney A irc r a ft in E ast J-Tartio r d, Conn . lIe is living at the I-I otel Laurel ill l lart fo rd. 19,13 J ac k E. Fl e is chli was a camp us v is itor o n F eb . 19. Jac k is lubri cat io n engin ee r with the Phi lli ps P et r o leu m Co . I-Ie is li ving at 1542 I-ra n ley r oad, Unive r s ity Ci ty, 1\10 . J a m es I-I. Polh emu s is ill Ma scot, T en n., where he is e m ployed by the A m er ican Zin c Co. of T enn essee. D o ug la s Chri stense n is li ving at :M oa b, Utah temporarily, fo ll ow in g d ischarge fr o m the servi ce. L eo n B. Sch wab is with I-Iarbi son- \" "al ke!' R e fr acto rie s Compa n y. I-li s ad dre ss is 11 4 Ea st U ni o n, Vanda li a, n10. J a m es C. Spradling is an in st ru cto r at the \ Viscon s in In s titut e of 'Techn o logy at Pla tte- , vill e, Wi s. Owen A . Ge nsma n is do ing fie ld engineerin g for Ph e lps D odge Co r p. , in Ajo, Ariz. n1 a urice B ellis is te m po rari ly in Littl e R ock, Ark., where h is compa n y, U nited States Tim e Corp., o f \~l aterbu r y, Co nn" , is sett in g u p a new plant. Thomas E. G rego ry is with t he Ba ldwin L ocomot ive \ <\fo rk s in Ed d ysto n e, P a . lIe live s at 11 34 Broad s treet, Co llin gd a le, Pa. Bruce R Landi s is living at 140 1 S. Liberty in Indepen ci ence, n1 o . Lt. D o na ld Short wh o recell t ly re-enl isted in the Navy, s pent the wee k·end in R o ll a rece n tl y v isitin g frie nd s. D o n wa s a n in structo r ill Sllt"vey in g at MSM, the fa ll sem e s ter. Ralph El sea is wor kin g fo r the Carri e r Corpo ra t io n. I-li s ho m e ad dr e ss is 255 Juli a ave nu e, St. L o ui s, 1\1 0. E d so n S. Bump s is with the R ep ubli c Stee l Corpo rati o n in Chicago . I-l is add r ess is i801 Yat es ave nu e, Chicago, II I. F o r the pa st yea r Claude E. D av is ha s been coa l mi nin g eng in eer cons ultant with the Na · t ur a l R eso ur ces sect io n of Ge neral I-I eadQu artel' s in T o ky o, Ja pa n . Cla ud e is no w wit h the j\1 ec hani ca l G ood s d ivi s io n o f Good yea r Tire & Rubbe r Co. , Akro n, Ohi o. I-l is ho m e ad dr e ss is L ivi ngston , \,Vi s. E dw a r d T'. Kendall is wo r king ill t he E ng in ee rin g departmen t of the L ac led e S tee l Co. in A lto n, I II. Ed' s mai lin g address is 90S nla in s tr eet, Alton, I ll.

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Marion W. Stoop s is employed by the Eureka \Villi a m s Co r porat io n in B loomington, Ill. Geo r ge L. Tu er J r. is with the Midwes t·Research I n s titute in Kan sas City, 1\1 0. Geo rge is livi n g at 3406 Gillham road, in Kan sas City. R . Kent Comann ha s been tra n sferred fr o m the Ch icago office of the United States G y psum Com pany to t h e plant at Gen o a , Ohio. He is quar r y s upe rin tendent fo r the company . I-lis n ew address fo r mailing purposes a n d for a n y :M iners in the T o led o a rea is c/o U.S . Gyps um Co., Genoa, Ohio . Fred R adavich is at :M assach ll setts In s ti t u te of Tec hn o logy. J oseph T. Adams is sa les engi n eer in the I-Ieavy j\1ach inery div isio ll of the Nordberg Mfg. Co. Hi s b us in ess address is 4 19 Cotton Excha nge B ldg., Da ll as I , T exa s. A s fo r hi s ho m e ad dr e ss, J oe has bee n hit by t h e hou s in g s hortage a n d is s t ill look in g. Geo r ge I-I. Thoma s is with the Creo le P et roleu m Corpo r at io n ill V enez uela. lI e ca n be r eached at Apt. 172, Marac a ibo, Venez. E nos L. K ey is in ~1ex i co, 1\10 ., w o rki ng for the :M exico R e fra ctori es Compa n y in the Engineering d epartm e n t. I{ is addre ss is 2 10 E . Ja ckso n , "M ex ico, M o . Ra ymond Fin ch and J ack Re ed are both emp loyed b y the Cater pi ll ar Tra ctor Co m pan y in Peoria, III. Ra y's ad dre ss is 103 B ootz, wh ile J ack li ves at 800 K noxvill e, Apt. n in Peo ri a . A. S . K eev il li ves at 512 S. 5th st reet, Co lumb ia, M o. Clycle I-I. K rummel J1". g ives 62 Eas t M arket, nive r s ity Club, Beth lehem, Pa. , as h is m a ilin g ad d ress. F red E. Dres t e Jr. is an in st ruc to r in Electr ical E n gineer in g at I owa State Co ll ege a t Ame s, I o wa " D o n a ld S. Smith is \\'ith Ka tkin a nd Company in Jl o u s ton, T ex . Don is livin g at 4 127 D an· mouth s tr eet, I-Ioll ston. Ned Swa llo w is geoph ys ica l c o mpu te r fot· the S h ell O il Co m pany in Tul sa, Okla. l-lis home addr ess is 1717 S. Cheyenne aven ue, Tul sa. L t . Franci s 1\1. K r ill has been a ss ig ned b y the U .S . A rm y to the Ato mi c Energy Com mi ss ion a nd is no w at the L os A lamos la b o ra to ry near Sa n ta F e a s a m eta ll ur g ist. Haro ld O. Ols en is wo r k in g fo r The B eth le· he m Stee l Co. V . E" FIEssa has been di scharged fr o m the Kav)', a nd is n ow employeci by the Tran s mitter E ng ineer Div., in Syracuse, :f\,T, Y. Vern o n's ho m e a ddr ess is 947 J a me s St., Syracuse, N .Y. 1944 Alfred S. Ittermann is alread y mak in g pla n s to be in R o lla for ho meco min g nex t fall. Al is with Wester n E lect ri c Compan y in Chi cago, III. , an d Ii ves a t 514 S. Kil da r e. J o h n \tV. Griffiths is wi t h th e Griffi th s Sa les Co ., 707 C la rk avenue, St. L o ui s 2, M o. Da n J. Stocker is livin g at 2933 B o nd ave nu e, Ea st St. L o ui s, I II. Fran c is S. N elson is wi th the Gr eat L a kes Pipe Lin e Co. H is acld r ess is 421 S. Co lo rad o ave nue, K a ns a s C ity 1, 1\1 0. Sgt. Au g ust R . Savu g ives hi s <-lddress a s i\'[ edic a l Detachmen t, O liver G enera l J-Iospita l, Augu s ta, Ga. Alfred W. Thiele is wo r kin g for the M a ll e n· ckrodt Che mi ca l W o r ks in St. L o ui s. I-li s m a il ing addre ss is 3927 Greet· St. , St. L o ui s 7, l\-{ o . J o hn I-I. V a n O s is a n in st ruct o r in E lectrical engineeri ng at Tulan e U ni vers it y . J o hn is li vi ng at 632 1 Fre ret s tree t in New Or lea n s, La. Ru ssell T. Lohm a nn is e mplo yed b y the Chem ica l divi s io n o f the Koppers Co ., I nc. IIi s a ddr ess is .359 B eave r s t r ee t, Beaver, Pa " \ ,\ 'i lli at1l J. T homa s is wo rkin g fo r the n[i ssO llri Sta te I-lig hway Department. B ill lives at 1305 W. High, J effe r son C it )', M o . Ha ro ld S. Block ca n b e reached at h is bu s i· ness a ddr ess which is 5402 Connect icut st ree t, \\"a s h in gto l1 15, D.C. J oe D. Sheppard is in the U .S . Na v,' . Hi s ho me address is 11 15 \,y e ll er ave nue, S pr in gfie ld , M o. \Vanell L . Larson expects to o btai n h is 11.S. deg r ee in "M eta ll urgy thi s Jun e fro m 1\1 a ssach use tt s I n s t it u te o f Techn o logy . ""Varrell ca n be reached at 619A, Gradu ate I-I o u se, M I T, Cam·

bridge, Ma ss. J. W . Brodhacker is living in Terre II aute, I nd., a t 1506 S. Seventh s t r eet. Sa nfo rd L . Simons is ch ie f m eta llurg is t a nd co-owner o f t he A ll d r edge a nd S imon s Labora· to ri es. I-l is a ddr e ss is 204 9 Champa street, D e n ver, Colo . Ear l K a n e is with t he Phi lli p s Pet roleum Co., R ock Creek plant, Borger, Texa s. T. B. G etty s is with W e s tin ghou se in the Service d epartme n t. T om 's add r e ss is 1865 So. Sawyer ave nue, Chicago, III. }Ierman O . Brinkmann is li vin g at 314 6 Arse na l s tre et, St. L o u is, :M o. J a m es \ "1. Copening is with the X-ray Di v is io n o f vVe st ingh o u se Co r po ra t io n in P itt s· burg h. I-li s te m po rar y <-ldd r e ss is 828 I-l il a nd av e nu e, Co r aopo lis, Pa. R o nald L. Carmichael is a R esea r ch Fellow at M S M . Hi s address in R o lla is 900 Mi sso uri aven ue. 1945 O sb or ne "Buzz" Milto n is m a nage r o f Bl a ir Surg ica l Su ppJy Co., which is the loca l dist ribu tor o f Pic ker X.ray equip m en t . H is office handl e s Co lo rad o, Wyoming, and U tah te rri tor ies. Bu zz is Ji vin g at 850 C lermo n t st reet, Denver i, Co lo . Arthur L. S ch amburg is li v in g at 108 Wa lnu t, P e rryvi ll e, 1\10. Ca rl B. Yoder is wo rkin g in the In o rganic sect io n o f the Ce ntral R esea r ch L abo r a to r y of the 'M innesota n1ining & 1\1a nufacluri n g Co m · pany. Ca rl 's home addre ss is 475 Cedar, St. Pau l 2, n{inll . Satoshi R ay K uwamoto li ves at 73i E st r eet in Fres no, Ca'!. R obe r t F. Schmidt is meta llu rgi st wit h J o sJyn ~H g . & S upp ly Co., in F o rt W ay ne, In d. Theodore p " Hentchel is stat ioned with the 10th P hoto . T ech. Sq ., Bolli ng Fie ld , ,Vash in gtO ll,

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:\1. J. Kawaguc hi is work in g iT! the l"i lain laborato ry of t he :M eta llurg ica l departme n t of Beth lehe m Steel Co. Hi s home address in Bet h· lehem is 62 E ast ~rarket st reet. J oe I I . K ell er is assoc iated wit h the he ll Oil Company, Inc., in Tu lsa, Ok la . 1946 CAR N EY C. F ES S L E R . CORRESPONDENT

45 North Louisiana A ve nue Cape Gi rardeau, Missouri R . J. Doisy is with the \"'ax di vision o f the Petrolite Co rp., Lt d . I-Ie can be re<-lched at B ox 390, Kil go r e, T exas. Fred er ick R. Ri chardso n gives h is addr ess a s : Armored Medica l Re search L ab. , F ort K nox, K y . Fred writes that he is hop in g to be d is· cha r ged ft'o m the Ar m )' in the n Ol too di s tant fu t ure. v\'i lli a m Kehne r is li ving at 434 8 Pra iri e ave nu e, St. Loui s, 1\10. Fred I I. Bunge is wo rkin g in the A ux ili a ri es labo r alo r y o f Arm o ur and Co m pa n y in Chicag-Cl . I-Ti s ho me add ress is 4000 S. IIa rl em aVe tlUe, Lyo n s, 111. Cecil E . J e nnin gs is an e ng in ee r w ith the Stanolin d Oil and G as Co . He is loca ted at Lo ngv iew, T exas . l I o wa rd 1\{' Fowler is a R esearch l-;'e ll o w a l ~r S M.

Thoma s D. Daniel s is with Ge nera l Electr ic Co., in Schen ectad y. T o m w ill be at 2 12 R eyno ld s st reet, Scotia 2, New Yo rk until Jul y 1. R. I-I. Smith is traffic con tr o ll er with CAA in Kan sas Cit \". l-Ie ca n be re ached at the Cit \ r Ha ll Bld g., ·in Kan s a s C ity, M o. . 194 7 11aro ld G. B ut zer is in th e co n stru c ti o n bu s i· ne ss with hi s fat her in J efferson C it y. Cheste r 1\f. P omeroy is a techn ica l service en g inee r in the Exp los ive bran c h of the E . J. DuPon t de Ne mo urs Co., in R ichmo nd , Va . LeRoy E. Kienit z is with t he An aconda l\l ilJiTl g Company ill Butte, 1vf o n l. IIi s pr ese nt addr ess is Yi\1CA, R oo m 411, Butte, "M ont. Virgil A. J o hnson give s 17949 R o y, Lan s ing, II!. , a s hi s address. A. Ri sher Hall Jr. is e mpl oy ed by the Re y. no ld s Minin g Cor p., as a j uni o r engineer. }Ie is li ving in Al exa nd er, Ar k.