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MSM ALUMNUS Missouri School of Mines and Metal1urgy ROLLA, MO.

VOL. 21

MAY-JUNE

NUMBER 3

1947

Dr. Young and Dr. Russel Caples Honored

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P hoto-E squire Stud io, R o ll a Two disting uished Engineers give n Degrees of Doctor of Engineering (ho no ri s ca usa) . F rom left to right: Dr. F. A. Middlebush, Dr. L . E. Young, Dr. Russel Caples, Dean Curtis L. Wils on.

Tw o outs ta ndin g e n g in ee r s, D r. L ew is E. Y oun g a nd R ussel B . Ca pl es w e r e awa rd ed the honorary d e g r ee o f Doc tor of Th e e x e r c is es fo r 161 se ni o r s a nd 23 g ra du a t e s t ud e n t s E n g in ee rin g , h OI/ o r is causa , a t th e comm e nc e m e nt e x e rc ises we r e h e ld Tu es d ay, Jun e 3, a t 10 a .m. in t he U pto w n Th eat e r. onJun e 3. D e an C ur t is L. \\f il s on , p r es idin' g o ve r th e ce r emon y D r. Yo un g , con's u'lt in g e n g i]l ee r of P it t s bur g h , Pa ., a nd introdu ce d t he d e pa rtm e n t c ha irm e n, w ho in turn prese nt e d form e r dir ec to r of Mi ss ouri Sc h0 0 1 o f Mi nes a nd M e ta lth e ca ndid a tes for d e g re es t o Dr. Fred e ri ck A . .Mid dl ebu s h . . lur gy , h as ha d a di s tin g ui s he d p ro fess ion a l ca r ee r. H e wa s Hon o ra ry d eg r ees o f D oc tor o f E n g in e e rin g , ho no r is ca usa , g rad ua·t t2 d. w ith a B .S . in M inin g fr o m P e nn s y lva ni a State w e r e awa rd ed to D r. Lew is E. Y oun g , fo rm e r Direc tor o f Coll ege in 1900, r e ce ive d hi s pro fess io na l d e g ree E.M . f rom MSM , c on s ul ti ng e n g in ee r of Pi tt s bur g h, Pa. ; a nd Ru sse l I owa State Coll e ge in 1904, a nd hi s P h. D . fr om th e U ni ve rB ige low Ca pl es , m ana g e r of t he G rea t F a ll s r edu c ti o n de s it y of- Illin o is in 19 15. pa rt m e n t an d th e s la g tr ea tin g pl a nt o f t h e A na co nd a CopH is p r o fess io n a l wo rk bega n in t eac h in g , fir s t a t I ow:1 p e r M inin g Co mpan y . Sta t e Co ll ege a nd la t e r a t t he Co lora do S c ho o l o f M in es . Th e fif ty y e a r m e da l wa s prese nt e d to P . B . A nd e r so n of D r. Y oun g wa s ap point e d D ir e c t or o f MS iVI in 1907. D urin g K irk w o o d , Mo. , J. S . Ca m e ron o f H e nry e tta, O kl a., a nd J . A. hi s a dm ini s t ra ti o n g r eat p ro g r ess wa s m a d e in th e edu c:1Ro ge r s o f S inol a, M ex., a ll o f w hom g ra du a t ed in 189 7. O nl y ti ona l p r o g ra m of t he sc h oo l a nd m a n y a dd iti o n s we r e m ad e M r. Ro ge rs wa s pr ese nt to re ce ive th e aw a rd. t o t he c a mp us, t he chi e f o ne be in g th e co ns tru c t io n o f Dr. Y oun g g a ve th e comm e nce m e n t a dd r ess, hi s s ubj e ct Pa rk e r H a ll. b e in g " T he E n g in ee r a nd A m er ican F re e E nt e rpri se." T he Af t e r le a v in g th e S c h o ol of M in es in 1913, D r. Yo un g R e ve r e nd]. V . Ca rli s le o f th e Roll a Ba pti s t C hur c h d e li vb eca m e a m e mb e r o f th e fac ul ty of t he U n iv e r s it y o f Ill ino is, e r ed th e in voca tion . se r vi n g a t th e s a m e t im e a s Con s ul tant t o t he U .S. B ur e au Th e comm e nc em ent ac ti v iti es b.e g a-n S und ay e \'e nin g , of M ine s. In 19 18 he w e nt to SI. Lo u is a s m a na ge r of t h e May 31 w ith th e a nnu a l Bacca la ur ea te h e ld in Pa rk e r Ha ll. s t eam h ea tin g d epa rt m e nt of th e U nion E lec tri c L ig ht a nd Th e R eve r e nd Ralph M. G. Smith, _pas tor of th e Firs t Bap - P o we r Co mp a ny . L a t e r D r. Y oun g be ca m e v ice pr es id e n t ti s t C hur c h o f Kirk w ood, Mo ., s·p€> ke on " Th e C ha ra c t e ri so f th e P itt s bur g h Co a l Co mp a n y . S in ce 1939 he ha s bee n ti cs of a S u pe rior Pe opl e." a c o ns ul t in g e n g in e e r, s pec ia li zin g 1n m e c h a ni za ti o n o f Mu s ic for th e Ba ccalaur ea te a nd Comm e n ceme nt wa s pr e - m in es . se nt e d b y th e C ha mb e r of Mu s ic ,S o c ie ty a nd th e G lee Club . D r. Y oun g is th e a u t ho r of b o ok s on mi ne taxa ti o n a nd

Commencement Held June 3

( Co n 1inu ed o n P age 19)


CAMPUS NEWS M. I. Signer '23 Dean of Colorado School of Mines M. I. Sig n e r h a s been nam e d D ea n of t h e faculty of t h e Colorado Sc h ool of Min es a t Gold e n. H e ha s b ee n a m em bel' of t h e C olor ado Sc hool of Min es facult y s in ce 1929, and s inc e 19-+3 h as bee n he ad of th e Mining d e partm e nt. J3efore e nt e rin g th e t ea c h in g fi e ld D ea n S ig ne r did c on s tru ction and d eve lopm e nt work for th e Prince ton Go ld Min es , h e wa s an e n g ille e r wit h th e State Hi g hwa y D e partm e nt of Illinoi s,and e n g in ee r for the Origi nal Mining M. I. S IGN ER a nd Millin g C o. of Ca lifornia. A Pi Kappa A lpha, Dean S ig n e r is a ls o a m emb e r of Theta Tau, Bl ue K ey, Quo Vadis, a nd h e r ece ive d hi s "::-,1" in b as ket ba ll at MSM. H e is w e ll known in mining and ot he r mineral e n g in ee rin g c ir cles, and is a m em be r o f several profess ional s oci e ti es. R ece ntl y Dean Signer was e lecte d V ic e P r es id e n t of th e N ational Coll eg iate At hl etic Ass o c iation, and h e is Pr esi d ent of the Rocky :v[ountain At hl et ic Confe r e n ce.

Enoch R. Needles Speech Award Made "'vVe, as 'e n gin ~e rs, J1~ust s top takin g a back seat in WOt'ld affairs; fo r 2S mem b e r s of a wo rld s oci e ty we mu s t be wi lling to s hould e r the pro blem s of th at s oci e ty ," s aid 'vValte r \Iv. 'vVi ss man '50, in hi s s peec h e ntit led "Po li t ical, Eco nomic, a nd S o c ia l Problems t hat Face th e E n g in eer of Toda y" w hi c h won t he Enoch R. Nee dl es s p ee ch award. F rank 'V\lhit e '50, took second h ono rs w h ile L es li e Marc us a nd K e nn e th N iew o e hn e r '47 ti e d for th ird plac e in th e fina ls w h ic h were he ld May 21 in Parke r H a ll. T h e jud ges w e r e Dr. Forres t e r, j\llr. J e lin e k, Prof. Llo yd, Dr. Sc hl ecten, and Prof. Carlton. Th e s peec h pr e liminari es w e r e h e ld on Ap ril 30, e liminatin g al l but 13 m e n fo r t he fi na ls. Th e s p eec h es w e r e extemporan e ous and were not to exceed 10 min u t es in leng th. T h e fun d from which t he s peec h awa rd s a r e mad e wa s donat e d to t he Sc hool of :Mi nes by one of it s prominent a lumni, Dr. Enoch R. Nee dl es ' 14, for t h e promotion of the humaniti es amo n g e n g in ee r s. Dr. 'Need les ha s th r ee d egre es from MSM; h e r ece ived h is B .S . in 1914, hi s profess ional d egr ee, C ivil E n g in ee r in 1920, a ndi n rec o g n itio n of h is wid e-s pr ead fa m e in b ri d ge d es ig n an d co ns truction h e wa s award e d th e d eg r ee of Doctor of Engineering, hOI/oris causa, in 1937. H e is wor ld famou s for th e work h e d id on th e fir s t ve rt ica l lift brid ge ove r th e D elawa r e ri ver. At th e p rese n t tim e h e is in c har ge of th e New Yo rk office of th e firm of How ard, Nee dle s, Tamm e n a nd Be r g en d off. , p ro Nee di es hoid s mem be r s hip in Tau Be ta Pi, P hi Kappa Phi, .A m e ri ca n In s tit u t e of Constr uct ion E ng in ee r s, En g in ee r s Club , of¡ New York, Nat ional Soc ie ty of P r ofess ional E n g ine e r s, and t h e ASCE. He is a m e mbe r of P i Kappa A lp h a f rat e rnity. H e wa s a full Co lon e l in th e E n g in ee r s' ro rp,s. d.urin g th e war.

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John A. Rogers '97 Returns for Commencement lIbny o n th e lvI SM camp ns e n joyed vis itin g wi th "an o ld tim e r," Jo hn A . Ro d ge r s, a nati ve Mi ss ourian, w ho return ed to Rol la aft e r 50 yea r s a b se nc e for the 1947 Comm e nc e m e nt. M r. Ro ge r s sa id that w h e n he arriv e d in Rolla a fe w d a ys ago, h e want ed to ju s t look a round a nd see how mu c h he co uld r eco g niz e of th e s c hool and town he kn e w yea r s ago. H e sa id th a t t h e cha n ge was s o r emarka bl e that he vvas II jo st. " U pon g rad uation , Mr. Ro ge r s' fir st job w a s in D e nv e r, Colo., samplin g ore and h e lpin g th e Assaye r. After working there a yea r, he s tart ed on hi s trav e ls t hr ou g h th e w es te rn m inin g co u ntry- Colorado, copp e r mine s of A ri zona, T exas , and final ly M ex ico,- a nd wh e re ve r he went, much of hi s tim e was s pe nt pro s pectin g and notin g minin g met hod s an d c ondition s. Ear ly upon hi s a rri v al in M ex ico, h e wa s a bl e to talk to the own e r s of th e M ex ican Go ld a nd S il ver R ec ove ry Co., who had in tr odu ce d McA r t hur- For rest Cya nid e process for th e ex traction of g old a nd s il ve r from or es in M ex ico. Mr. Ro ge r s said t hat h e g ai n ed "a wor ld of knowled ge" from t h is int e rvi ew, and th e n s tart ed on hi s way a gai n throu g h the minin g camp s of Mexico. H e fina ll y found a n ol d minin g camp in th e State of Sa n Lui s Poto s i, and afte r ta kin g sampl es to M ex ico City for tes tin g an d find in g th a t the o r e wou ld cyanid e, h e made a d ea l with th e own er and se t up a pJant. As b usy as h ~ wa s in hi s work, Mr. Ro ge r s fo u nd time to se nd a d esc ription of th e d etai ls of hi s plant op e ration back t o hi s Alma Mat e r, and for thi s he was awarded a d eg ree in E n g in ee r o f Min es in 1903. Afte r two yea r s at th e Sa n L u is Poto s i min e, h e so ld t he mine and \v e nt to S ia n ori, Duran g o, Nfex. , wher e he again c han ge d t h e me thod of prep aration from concen tration b y tabl es to cy anid e process, and r emain e d t h e r e for , ix yea r s. H e th e n ¡ took ove r th'e mine s an d mil l of the 'vVes t Coast Mi n ing Compa ny at Santa Cr uz d e A laya , Sima loa, M ex., which h e op e rat e d until 1930, and b y that tim e s ilve r had d r opped to 30 ce nt s an ounce. He has not re-opene d thi s property. Mr. Ro ge r s now mak es hi s h ome in C ul aca n, the capita l of th e State of Si nalo a, M ex., an d say s that h e li kes li v in g if, M exico ve ry m uch. H e ha s five childre n, a ll of w h om r esi d e in Mexico. \!\Th e n Mr. Ro ge r s g r ad ua t ed from MSM, the clas s nu mb e r ed o nl y 7, thr ee of whom are st ill livin g. T he oth er two 50-yea r a lu mni ar e-John S. Came ron, who r es ide s at H e nr ye tta, O kla., and P. B. A nd e r s on of Kir k wood, Mo: neith e r of th e m were a bl e to a t tend Comm e nceme n t. At t h e comme nc enl e n t exe rci ses on Jun e 3, w hi c h h e travelle d ove r 2000 mile s to atte nd , D ea n \ !\T il so n pr ese nt ed Mr. Ro ge rs wit h a Go ld Me da l, in r e co g nition of hi s 50 years as <t MSM al umn us .

MSM Wins Honors at Ceramic Convention H e nry D. Bixb y '48, a s t ud e n t in Ce ram ic eng in ee rin g , wo n fi r s t pri ze in the speec h co nt es t a t th e Amer ica n ,Ceramic Society Co nvention in At lantic City on Apr il 21. Hi s wi nni n g s p eec h, "Pr ecis ion Cast in g o f Mate r ia l" won over th e s ix ot h e r sc hool s compe tin g in th e contest. F ur t h e r h ono r s we r e bes tow ed on MSM; D r. Pa ul G. Hero ld , chai r ma n of th e Ce ramic En g in ee rin g d epa rtme n t, wa s r e-e lected Grand S e creta ry of K e ra m os, t he Na ti ona l Honorary Ce ram ic frat ernit y . H e wa s a lso elec te d P r es id e nt of th e Ce ramic Ed ucat ion Cou nc il w h ic h r eviews th e c urri cu la in a ll ce r am ic s ch oo ls. Dr. H e ro ld was appoi nt ed Pro g r am C ha irman of th e Refractorie s di v is ion of th e Am e ri ca n Ce ramic Soc iety, a po s ition \Nh ic h lea d s eve n t ua ll y to C ha ir ma n of t h e di v is ion, th e hi g hest pos t po ss ibl e. C. A . Freema n '28 wa s mad e a fe llo w of t he s oc iety an d C hai rman of th e Refractorie s di v is ion.

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MSM Alumnus Issued bi-monthly in the interes t of the graduates and former st ud ents of the School of Mines and Metallurgy. Subsc ription price $l.50, included in Alumni Dues. Entered as seco nd-class matter Oct. 7, 1926, at Post Office at Rolla, Mo., under the Act of March 3, 1879.

Officers of the Association Karl F. Hasselmann '25 ... _.. _ .......... _ Pres id ent Harry Pence '23 _. ... .. .. .. ... . .. .' .. Vic e 'President Jam es L. Head '16 .. ... ............. Vice Preside nt Howard M. Katz ' 13 . ...... . . . . Secretary-Treas urer Board of Directors F . C. Sc hn eeb e r ge r '25, Chairman Barney N uell '2l. M. E. N ickel '38. ]. M. Wan e nmach er '23. R. G. J~ :ough '38.

Contents About Town and Campus ... . . Alumni Personals ..... . ..... . Athletics ........... . ........ Campus News .. . . .. .. .... . .. Commencement Address . ... .. Fraternities ........ . ........

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President's Visiting Committee 4 Maramec Spring Development. 17 Section News 6

By JAMES L. HEAD ' 16, Vice President MSM Alumni Association

I n a weak and soft-h eart ed mom en t vour offic e r s and dir ec tor s agreed to s hare with on e K. F. H. '25 th e ta s k of co n tribut in g " Th e Pres id e nt 's Column" for s uccessive issues of th e Alumn us. The in exorable and unr e le ntin g fin ge r now P011lt s to y our p e r e nnial Vic e Pres id ent for hi s co ntr ibution to thi s in va luabl e vad e m ec um of a lumni lor e. A nd he is so unima g'inativ e as to b e un ab le to think of any topic but your A ss ocia tion and y our r elatio ns to it. We can accept th e fact that th e As sociation is now a we lles tablished organization with clearly defin ed polici es and d efinit e aims. Th ese policie s and aim s hav e b ee n takin g s hap e s inc e th e fall of 1941 when th e A ssociation was r eorganized und e r th e lea der s hip of Ca rl G. Stife l ' 16. It wa s Car l's job to la y th e g roundwork for a pe rman e nt edifice properly ori e nt ed in it s relation s with th e School th e Unive r sity and th e Board of Curator s. H e did th e j~b qui e t ly and effec ti ve ly as tho se of us who eith e r worked with him or have s ucceeded him can t es tify. In 1944, Fred C. Schneeberge r '25, took o ve r. Ca rl 's fin e w ork mi g ht ha ve g on e for nau g ht h ad h e b ee n s ucceeded by a less ebulli e nt and indominabl e indi vidual than Freddi e. U n s parin g of tim e a nd effort, he not onl y con solidat ed the g round a lready ga in ed but add ed to it and th e n b ega n the buIldl11g process . Buildin g impli ed m e mb ers hip g ro wth primaril y and th e r es ul ts are a lr ea d y familiar to y ou in th e tw elvefold increase s hown on th e 'g rowth chart acc ompan y I11 g yo ur du es s tat em e n t. A n a ppraisa l and app rec iation of but a few of F r ed Sc hn ('e b e ~路 ge r' s co ntribution s to yo ur Associatio n app ear ed In thi s CO.umn In th e Janu a r y -Fe brua ry iss ue of th e A lumnu s. It was co ntrbiut ed by y our curr e nt P r es id e nt, Ka rl F. Ha sse lmann '25 w ho s uccee ded Fred at th e b eginnin g of thi s yea r. In your n ew pres id e nt , th e Ass oc iat ion has again fo und th e ri g ht man at th e ri g h t tim e. Hi s job is to tak e th e thin g buil t b y Stife l a nd Sc hn ee be r ge r and th e ir a ss ociates and m a k e it r ea ll y "t ick." :MSM has a n y numb e r of oTad uates to w hom ca n b e app li ed th e desc ription "s uccessf ul , ca pa bl e a nd ex pe ri e n ced exe cuti ve co upl ed w it h pe r sonal charm a nd int egrity." Ha,sse lm a nn is unmi s takably in that catego ry; h e differ s from tn e oth er s 111 that h e will t a ke hi s elec tion to th e pres id e ncy se riou sly a nd w ill work at it, often at co ns ide rabl e p e r sonal sacrific e. Hi s thinkin g is co ns tru c ti ve. Th e e ndowm e nt fund is hi s " baby ." It is o nl y on e of hi s many plan s of .w hi c h yo u wil l h ear. H e ge ne rat es e nthu s ia s m . A lr ead y In less t han fiv e month s h e ha s v is it ed our g roup s 111 New Yo rk, PI tt s burg h, C hi cago a nd St. Loui s, m e t wit h

Dr. M iddl e bu s h and th e Boa rd of Cur a tor s, 'ant! matle "sdvera l trip s to Rol la b es id es kee pin g hi s T exas 'g r'<fnJ'p sf il1 ' ord e r. No on e ha s mat c hed that r ecord. J 51 ,) I r ep ea t , th e n, that w e ca n accept th e fact th at th e Ass-oL' ciation is now a s tron g ly es t a bli s hed orga ni zation. Pa id u p 路 m e mb e r s hip, w hil e s till s hort of our 1947 goal of 2000, ',is alr ea d y close to th e 1946, mark of 1087. W e have th e ge n e rou s and s ub s tantial ba ckin g and cooperat ion of two who might be con s id e red our mo s t e nthu s ia s tic "Alumni," Pres i-' de nt Middl e bus h and D ea n Wil son. The s tor y of th eir contribution s to th e Ass ociation wo uld more th a n fill thi s column. No el Hubbard find s tim e a mon g hi s many oth e r duti es to edit th e A lumnus and contin ues to impro ve th e a lumn i addre ss r eco rd s. Two of hi s a ss is tant s dev ot e th eir e ntin! tim e to the se路 ta s ks . And finally , yo ur Board of Direc tors 'j's composed of m e n who, w ithout exceptio n, b e th ey sea son ed or new to atumni work, h ave d edicat ed th e m se lve s e nthu s iastica ll y to th eir job of co ntributin g som e thin g to th e Association. A lmo s t a n yo ne of th em is a pote ntiall y worthy s uccessor to th e prese nt office r s. .: And now, what of your job a s an individual alumnu s and what ca n you do to promote th e w elfare of th e Assoc iation? Firs t of all, join it-each and eve ry year. Then ge t another MSM man to s ig n up . W e n ee d memb e rs and money. E ve n 'two thou sa nd a t fiv e dollar s each do es n 't g o very far for salaries , printin g and esse ntial se rvic es a nd preclude s any consideration of scholars hip s, loan fund s , priz es , awards, m emorial s, e tc. Th e Colorado Schoo l of Mine s Alumni Assoc iat ion h a s an annual bud ge t three or four tim es that amount! H elp us round up the " lo s t" ones, both g raduat e and non- g raduat e. In th e pas t w e have b ee n ve ry n eg li ge nt of our contac t s with th e latt e r. Some los t out on g raduation by onl y a few hour s. Many of th em wi ll b e pl ea sed to know that the y ar e eligi bl e to join th e Association. Among our forty-six life m e mb e r s a r e fo ur non- g raduat es . Seven nong raduat e m emb e rs of th e Cla ss of 191 6 hav e b ee n broug ht I11to th e Associat ion throu g h a littl e ex tra effort. Organize a lo cal g roup. Th e r e ar e other places on th e m ap th a n N ew Y ork, Chica go, St. Loui s, Tul sa, Hous ton and Rolla. Yo ur office r s will mak e eve ry effort to m ee t with y ou. Pre sid e nt Ha sse lmann and I or ganiz ed a Pitt s bur g h sec tion InApr il and I m e t wit h a g roup in Boston on May 24. You mi g ht eve n ge t a v is it from D ean Wi lson and Pre sid e n t Middlebu s h who ha ve alr eady ca ll ed on th e New Y ork Chica go and St.. Lo ui s g roup s . Former Director L. E. Y oun g participates III .P Itt s burg h and New Yo rk m ee tin gs and oth e r ex-facu lt y m e mber s g ive us th e ir e nthu s ias ti c s upport. T urn out to your lo ca l affair s. So m e on e may ha ve put in a lot of tim e and wo rk in organizin g th e lun ch eon dinn e r dan ce or m ee tin g. Th e leas t y ou can do is s upport I~i m eve I~ If It IS no mor e than t ellin g him that y ou are b ehind him a nd that yo u hop e to att e nd th e n ex t on e. Yo u wi ll not b e wa s tin g y our tim e. I'm m ee tin g MSM m e n a ll th e t im e and tiI ey ar e a fi ne lot. A g roup of th em in a m ee tin g or social affai r do es not lose anyt hin g in compa ri son w ith a n y lod ge, country club, sa lesma n's m eet in g, civ ic-mind ed lun ch eo n or ga ni zat ion or plain poke r, bo w lin g, p ino c hl e, cho wder a nd mar chin g club that I 've m et up wit h. In clud e th e ladies w h e reve r po ss ibl e. . Send i ~l news it e m s a bou t y our se lf, prefe rabl y t hr ou g h a class co rr esp ond e nt , We ar e tryin g to esta bli s h a ch ai n of con tact wit h a ll :MSM m en throu g h a sys t e m of p e rman e n t cla ss sec r e tari es or cor r es pond e nt s. Too few classes h ave s uc h a n indi vidu a l to k ee p th em toget h e r. VI/ e' r e lookin g for vo lnnt eers . Co ntribut e articl es to th e A lumnu s. That MSM m e n are n C! t inarticu late is ev id e n ce d by t h e li s t of tho se w ho prese nt ed p ape r s a t th e a nnual m ee tin g of AIME in Mar c h. The list app ea r ed in th e Marc h- Ap ril A lumnus . Th e a rti cle n ee d not b e of a technical natur e. A lway ;; k ee p MSM in th e ba ck y our mind so as to p u t in (Co n tinued e n Page 9)

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PRESIDENT'S VISITING COMMITTEE T h e Pr es id e n t' s V is it in g C 0111mitl e is c ompose d of s ix me n o u ts ta n d in g i n t h e ir part ic u la r fi e ld . T h e d ut ies o f t h e m e mb e rs a r e to v is it th e e du cat io n a l d e partm e nt a t M S M th a t th ev r e p r ne n t :.I nc! fr o m th e ir ex p e ri e n ce in indu s tr y mal< s u gges ti o n s fo r imp ro \'e m e nt to P res id e nt Ha sse lm a n n. H e in t ur n g ives t h ese s u gges ti o n s t o D ea n C urt is L. Wi ls on . Th e m e m b e r s a lso look fo r wa ys in w hi c h th e Al u mni Assoc ia tion can e ff ec t c lo se r lia is on wit h t h e v a riou s d e pa r tm e n ts v is it ed by th e comm it tee fu rth e r in g a co n s t ru ctiv e int e rc ha n ge o f id eas b e tw ee n th e A lu m n i a n d t h e sc h oo l. T h e P r es id e n t' s V is iti n g Co m m itt ee co n s is t s of Ce rami c d epa r t m e nt , R. C. V\f e ige l; C iv il d e p a rtm e nt, Da n ie l K e n n ed y; Ge o lo g ica l a n d P rod uc ti o n , H. E . Zo ll e r ; E lec tr ica l E n g in ee rin g, "Va lt e r E. Ca se ; M ec h a ni cal E n g in ee r in g , Nea l H am; a nd M inin g, E d ga r C. Lo n g . Fo ll ow in g a r e b ri e f b io g r ap h i c~ 1 s k e tc h es o f th e [) r es id e nt 's v is iti n g comm itt ee.

H . E. ZOLL E R '23 H. E. " H a nk " Zo lle r , pr es id e nt of th e D e rb y Oi l Co mp a n y ::> f Wi c hi ta , K a n ., is a promin e nt fi g u re in t h e oi l in d us try . . H a nk s ta rt ed wo r k in g in t h e o li fie ld s du r in g th e s umm e r m o n t h s b ef or e h e g r a d u at e d fr om M S M . W h ile \\' or kin g a s a ge olo g is t fo r M. i\I. Vale r iu s Oil & Gas Co ., h e: wa s c r e dit ed \I·ith the disco\'e r y of th e Fai r po r t. Poo l in H.u sse ll Co" Ka n., a nd t h e C o m b s VVo rh~ \' fie ld, wh ic h \I'a s th e fi r s t oil poo l in G r ey Co un ty, T e x . F ro m 1925 t o 1930, H . E. ZOLL ER Hank wa s e x pl oi t a tatio n e n g in ee r for th e R o mar an d Roxa n a P e tro le u m C o., in B raman, O k la., Pan h an d le , Tex., a n d T u lsa , Okla.; a nd th e fo ll owi n g y ea r \I'a s di \' is io n ex p loi t at ion e n g in ee r in East T exa s . H e went to t h e H ag u e, H o ll a n d as pr od u ction re p rese ntative fo r th e She ll Oi l Co m pa ny, and upo n hi s re t urn to t h e G nit ed S tat es b eca m e chief e n g in e r fo r She ll in H o u st o n, T ex, ; T ul s a, Ok la h o m a, an d K ansas. H e wa s t h e n m a d e pro du c t io n s u pe r int e nd e nt, a nd n e xt pr o du c tion ma n age r for K a n sas. Hank took o,'e r th e po si tion of Exec u ti,'e Vic e President of th e De rb y Oi l Compa n y in Wi c h it a, K a n. l-1:e wa s e lec te d to t h e Hoa rd of D ir ec tO I's in 19-10 a n d to hi s p re;,e nt p o s it io n as Presi d e n t in 1 9~-I. H e b e longs to th e G e o lo g ica l Society of Ame ri ca, is c h a irman fo r th e America n P e t ro le um I ns t it u t e in K a n sas , a nd c h ai r ma n fo r t h e M id - Co n t in e n t O il a n d Ga s A ss ocia ti o n. H a nk Zo ll e r was a p po in t ed by t h e Gove rn o r of }~, a n s a s as a mem b e r of t h e K a n sas Ind u s t r ia l C omm iss io n. H e is a m e m b e r of t h e Hoa rd of GO \'e rn o r s of VVic hi ta l) n iv <: r s ity , Director of t h e vVic hi ta R o ta r y Cl ub , D ir ec to r a nd Pa s t P res id e n t of t h e W ic h ita Cl ub, a D ir ec to r of t h e K A K E B r oad ca s t in g Compa n y, a nd D irec to l' of th e H.ic hi e-A d am s Pain t s , I nc. A fo ll owe r of l s aac VV a lto n , H a nk lik es t o fis h and a ls o p lay s g o lf. H e w ill b e rc m c m b e re d b y hi s c lassmat es a s act ive in ca mpu s affa ir s duri n g hi s sc h oo l d ay s ; se r v in g a s pr es id e n t o f t h e fr es h n1:l n c la ss ,ca p tain of foot ba ll tea m, a m e mb e r o f S ig m a N u frat e rnit y , T h eta T a u, T a u Be ta Pi , a n d Saty r s .

NEAL HAM '23 J\ ea l H a m ha s lon g b ee n a n ac t ive m em b e r of t h e A lu mn i A ss o c ia t io n , se r v in g as Pr es id e n t of t h e S t. Lo u i s Sec tion fr om 1936 to 1937. H e g ra du a t ed from MSM in 1923 a nd r ec e ive d hi s pr of es s io n a l d eg r ee E . M., in'28. vVh ile in s c h oo l h e wa s a m e mb e r of K a p pa S ig m a fra t e rn ity , t h e B o o s t e rs' Cl ub , Mi ss o uri Mi n in g a n d M e ta il ur g y A ss ocia t ion, a nd t h e M i n e r s' -· Co ti llio n C lu b; h e a lso se r ve d o n th e P a n- H e lleni c Co u n c il. Nea l h a s work ed fo r I n ge r s o l l-R an d C o, fo r 2-1 yea rs, pa rt N E AL H A M o f w h ich tim e h e w as s a les e n g in ee r, a nd la te r wa s m a d e di s tri c t m a nage r of t h e cOnipa n y in St. L o ui s, Mo . E nli s ti n g in th e fi rs t wo rld w a r as a p ri" ate, N ea l ro se t hr o u g h t h e ra nk s a nd w as di s c h a r ge d a fi rst ii e u te n an t . H e \\'as late r ap p o int ed a Ma j o r in th e E n g in ee r Co r ps , U. S. A r my , b u t wa s re lea se d d urin g 10000 rid vVa r Il in o rd e r to ac cep t th e imp o r ta n t posit io n a s bra n c h c hi e f of t h e Ge n e ra l I nd u s tria l Eq uipme nt Div is io n of th e I Va r P rodu ction Boa rd . He wa s in c h a r ge of th e p rod u c t ion of bl o w e rs , an d co m p ress o r s fo r th e d o m est ic wa r effo r t a s w e ll as fo r le nd lease . D u rin g du c k seas o n c h a n ces a re yo u lI' ill fi nd Nea l Ham s itti n g in a bl ind s po t s h otgun in h a nd. H e a lso li kes to p h eas ant hunt , a nd p lay s g o lf.

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DANIEL KENNEDY '26 Havin g t he honor of b e in g d e co rat e d per s ona ll y b y Ge n. Patton for bri lli a nt ac hi evem e nt, Dani e l K e nn e dy has pro ve d him se lf a n exp e rt in th e fi e ld of a e ria l mappin g. vV hil e se r v in g as a Lt. Co l. wit h Patto n 's 3rd Army in Franc e, he wa s a ss ig ned a p r ob lem for s tud y that see m ed to be hop e less . D a n s tudied and wo rk ed o ve r t he m att e r for t hr ee d ays a nd ni g ht s a nd fina ll y ca m e o ut with th e correct a n swe r. Co l. Ke nn e d y wa s ca ll e d be for e Ge n. LT. COL. DANIEL KENNEDY Patton a nd sey e ra l oth e r ge ne ra ls and hi s wori; wa s hi g hl y comm e nd ed. Fo llowin g th e cOlllm en d a tion as Co l. K e nnedy wa s abou t to lea ve th e room, Ge n. Patton s tepp ed forward a nd p 1nn ed upon him t he B r on ze Star fo r hi s brilli a nt achi e veme nt in military se rv ic e. As a res ul t of hi s se rvice he a ls o r ece iv ed th e Purp le H ea rt a nd th e L eg ion of M e rit. Dan is a ve t e ra n a ls o of t he las t vVo rld vVa r a nd rece ive d hi s education und e r the old voca tion a l t ra inin g pro g ram at - MSM. H e rece iv ed his B.S. in 1926, a nd hi s profess ional d e g r ee of C ivi l Engi nee r in 1935. H e was co nn e cte d with t he U .S. Geo lo g ica l S urv ey from g rad uation until e nt e rin g Wor ld \ Va r II. At the prese nt tim e he is c hi e f topograph ic engi nee r a nd chief of th e ope ra ti on s and pla nni n g o f th e Ar m y i'.ifap S e r vic e. H e is a memb e r of th e Amer ican Soc iety of C iv il En g inee r s, th e A m e ri ca n Society of P h o t o g ramm e t ry, th e Cong r ess on Surve y in g and Mappi ng, th e Society of Ame ri ca n Military E n g in ee rs, a nd th e Explor e rs Club. WALKER K CASE '22 Ha v in g a bit of th e wa nd e r e r in hi s s ou l is vVa lke r E. Case , w ho is a trav e le r a t hea rt and has vi s it e d m os t points of int e res t 1n th e Gn ite d States, Ca na da a nd M e xico in th e last tw e nt y yea rs . \ ,Va lk e r g ra duat e d fr om th e Sc hool of Min es in Electrical Eng in ee r in g. vV h ile in s c hoo l he pla ye d ba s ke tb a ll, wa s \' ice pr es id e nt of hi s c lass hi s Junior ye ar, wa s a m emb e r of th e Ro lla m a Board, a nd of Saty r s. O n Jun e I of' thi s yea r vValk e r COIll WALKER E. CASE p le ted 25 yea rs work in th e t e le phon e fi e ld. H e s ta rt ed as a tran s m iss ion t es te r for th e So uthw estern Bell T e lephon e Company. In 1923, he

join e d th e s taff of t he Ame ri can T e lep hone and T e leg raph Co mp a n y work in g in th e Lon g Li nes depa r tm e nt as a tec hni cal e mp loy ee . H e se rv ed wit h th e s a m e compa ny a s s upe rv is or of cable co ns t r uction, e n g in ee r in th e maint e nan ce d e partm e nt, a nd e n g in ee r on ca bl e c on s tr uc tion work. H e wa s r ece nt ly apopinted e ng in ee r in c ha r ge of th e Mi ss o ur i portio n of th e new c oaxia l ca bl e proj e ct to b e co ns tru c ted be tw ee n Kan s a s Cit y, Mo., a nd Oma ha, Ne b. H e wi ll have cha r ge of th e ne w offic e to be es ta bli s he d in S t. Jo se p h, Mo. vVa lk e r ha s bee n acti ve in PTA work durin g th e yea r s th at hi s dau g h t e r, Betty Jo wa s in sc h oo l. H e wa s Pa s t Pres id e nt and Treas ur e r of th e Garfi e ld School PTA. H e is a m e mb e r of th e Boa rd of R ul in g E ld e r s of th e Ne ls on Pres byte ri a n C hur c h, a nd has se r ve d a s financial sec r e ta ry fo r thi s c hur c h .

ROBERT C. WEIGEL '34 Rob e r t C. W e ige l r ece ive d hi s d eg r ee in Cera mi c En g in ee rin g. S in ce g raduation h e has b ee n em plo ye d b y th e Mexico R e f ractor ies and is now in c ha r ge of th e mi nin g a c ti v it ies of th e compan y, and prev io us ly wa s in c harge of th e la borator y. Bob's activit ies at M S M w e r e wid e s p r e ad . H e was a m e mb e r of th e s wi m min g team, th e tr a ck t eam, a memb e r of th e Mi ne r s taff, th e Offic e rs Club,and was act ive in th e M S M G lee Cl u b. H is fra ternity is Pi Kappa ROBERT C. WEIGEL Alp ha. H e is married to the form e r M iss Ma r g o C. Ho u g h e x- '36 a nd has two c hildr e n, Robert Jr., and L ind a.

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C he mi s t ry and t he C h e mi ca l En g in ee rin g d e partm e n t ar e ably r e p rese nt ed by G. C. C unnin g h am of 739 St .Loui s s tr ee t, E dw a rd sv ill e, Il l. "C le m" ha s bee n e mpl oye d b y th e S he ll O il Comp a ny , I nc., s in ce hi s g rad uation f ro111 lVI S M . H e s ta rt ed as a s am ple ca rri e r in t he re fin e ry co ntrol la borat o ry; I' 0 se t h rou g h th e "ra nk s " to hea d of th at la borato r y, a nd late r went into process a nd t ec hni cal d eve lop m e n two I' k . A lon g thi s lin e, he " s p e nt nin e mo n th s in Eu r ope ob se rv in g oil r e finin g practi cesa nd refi ne ry r esea rch. H e

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Seated : left to right : Mrs . W. D . Keeling, Karl F. Hasse lm ann , Paul N e lson's D ate, Mrs. K arl F. Hasselman n, Mrs. J. H . Ol son, Mrs. L. A. Turnbull. Mrs. R. V. Milton , L. A. Turnbull. Firs t row , s tand ing, l eft to rig h t: T. H. K enn edy , Dr. C. E . Bard s ley. IVlrs. T . H . K e nn edy , R. P . B aum gartner, M r s. E. S. Wheeler, Mr. J. H. Oi son, J. L. Head, Paul N elson , W . J . Carr Jr. , P. G. Forma n, E. S. Wheeler. Back row s tandin g , left to right : Tom Murphy. Dr. L. E. Youn g , "V. O . Keeling, Geo . Ched s ey, R. G. Hudson, Mr. R. V. Milto n, J. D. Gos t in, Jack M ark ley , E. E. Trautwein , C. C. Van Deventer. 11

St. Louis Section By FRED P. MAT L ACK '25

O n the e \'e nin g of A pril 18, 19'+ 7, t hirt y-tw o loya l St. L o ui s a lumn i asse mbl e d at th e Edge w ate r Club, .) 500 So uth Broa dway, S t. Loui s, for dinn e r a nd th e e lec tion of offi ce r s. A lmos t e \'e ry affa ir of t hi s na t ur e has s om e o ut s tandin g feat ur e durin g th e e \'e nin g, e ith e r a g ood toast ma s t e r, o r a ,pca ke r wi t h a ;'a r e co ll ect ion of s tori es or int e res tin g e ng in ee rin g ex pe ri c nc es to r e lat e. Dr. J. -D. :Forres t e r , St. L o ui s sec ti o n' s s p ea ke r for th e c\'en in g, ha d a c ombin a ti on o f a ll th ese qu a lifi cat io ns. Dr. Forres t e r is c hairm a n o f t h e d c partm c n t o f Minin g E ng in ce rin g, o f th e Mi ss ouri Sc ho o l of Min es a t Roll a, and h is ta lk wa s e njo ye d b y a ll. I t is an unanimou s opinio n that th e mod e rn, s tr e amlin e d ~Iinin g d e pa r tm c nt wi ll e njo y a g rea t futur e as on e o f th e b es t i;1 th e c ount ry . J. K. 'vVa ls h m a d e a s hort talk e ntitl ed "Wh e n in th c Cour se of Hum a n Ev e nt s ." O t h e r s who s pok e w e r e F ra nk L eve rid ge, \ !\Tm. Ta gga rt , Mic key Braz ill , Ne a l Ham , and H a rr y P e n ce, w ho introdu ce d Dr. Forres t e r. Th e B a nd B' s in c lud ed r emark s by our re tirin g ch a irman; and th e n cam e th c mom e n t w e ha d a ll a w ait e d, th e partin g d efe n se of Moth e r En g land b y our ex-nationa l P r es id e nt, Fre d C. Sc h nee be r ge r. Th m ee tin g c losed with th e r e port s of th e nominatin g committee a nd t he e le ction of new offic e rs fo r th e e ns uin g ye ar. T he ne w office r s a re a s fo ll ow s : Alan J. Ho e ne r '36, c ha irm a n, Ha r old F. \ I\fc b e r s '-15, v ice c hai r m a n, a nd Fre d P. M a tl ac k '25, s c r c t a r y a nd tr eas ur e r. Tho se prese nt w e r e : C ha rl es A c h uff '33 , A. A . Bo y le '2:;, M . N . B e d e ll '23, Harry 130b roff '27, A . E . Ba rn a rd '27,1. r. Braz il l '20, C. W . B urr ow , W. E. Bu c k '40,W. E . Case '22, Elm e r C hapin '23 , Robt L. C unni n g ham '34, F r e d H . Dre win g ''+'+, Harr y \ AI. D ec ke r '3-1, D r. J. 1 For r es t e r, N ea l H a m '23, Fra nk H e nd e r s on '23, E rwin H e nd e r s o n ''+3, A lan Ho e ne r '36, E. G. J o han ncs '43, Ka r l \ !\T. Kava le r '30, H e nr y ] . Ko hl e r '3 5, R ud olph Kno ll '35, F ra nk Love rid ge '09 , \iV. F . Lo ve r id ge '-11 , Fre d P . Mat la c k '2.1, B . E. P e b les '36, H . S.

Pittsburgh Section

By CHARLES A. TURNBULL '22

A dinn e r mcet in g o f th e MSM a lumni in th e Pi f t s burg h w as he ld a t t he Gni\'e r s ity Club on A pril 19 to w elco me ~Ir. a nd Mr s. K a rl H asse lm a nn of Ho us ton a nd Jam es L. H ca d o f Ne w York, and to formal ly o r gani ze th e Pitts bur g h sec tion of th e A lumni f\ ss o c iation. A ft e r an exc e ll e nt dinn e r , iII I' . Tel.ea d, \' ice p r es id e nt o f t he Ass o c iation, con se nt ed t o o ffi c ia te a s m as t e r o f ce r e moni es, and g a\' e a r es um e o f th e hi s t o ry of th e Alumni Ass ociation. H e to ld of th e ea rl y v ic iss itud es of th e a ss o c iation a nd h ow it ha s d ev e lop ed th ro ug h th e yea rs to th e s ucc ess fui, e ff e ctive o r g ani zation o f t o d ay . Prcs id c nt Ha sse lmann e xpla in ed t he prese n t a ctiviti es a nd aim s o f th e ass o c iation an d s tat e d t hat c ha n ges in t he cons titution and b y-law s a re b e in g c on s id e red to a ll ow th e crea t ion of a n e ndowm e nt f u nd by t he a lumni to be used for sc h ol a r s hi ps a nd r esea r c h. H e e mpha s ize d a ls o that g raduat es of M S M s hould e nco ur a ge hi g h typ e s tud e nt s to atte nd s o t hat th e favo r abl e re p ut at io n g a in ed b y it s g r a du at es throu g hout t he worl d will be maintain ed. F o rm e r Direc tor, Dr. Lo u is E. Yo un g, s pake b ri e fl y, a ss u rin g t he n e w se ction of hi s coop e ration a nd s upport. \iV . O. K ee lin g '23 wa s c lect e d c hairma n o f the P itt s bur g h sec tion and E. . \V h ee le r '22 a nd C. J. p ott e r '29, vic e chair m a n. A sec rc tar y-trea s ur e r wi ll b e appoi nt e d by t he c ha irm a n. Those att e ndin g th e dinn e r w e re : Mr. a nd Mr s. Ka rl F. Ha sse lmann '25, M r. a nd Mr s. \ IV. O. Kee lin g '23 , M r. a nd Mr s. E. S.W hee le r '22, ~I r . a nd M r s. L. A. Turnbull '22, Dr. and ~Ir s . L. E . Yo un g , Mr. a nd M r s. T. H. K e nn e dy '27, Mr. a nd Mr s . R. V. Mi lto n '-13, M r . and Mr s . 1. H. O ls o n '43, P. C. Nc ls on ''+2, Jim Ca r r '-13, C. C. Va n D e ve n t e r '38, C. J. Potte r '29, ./. D. Go s tin ''+.+, E. E. Tra u tw e in '40, Geo r ge C heds ey '.+0, J ac k Mark ley '-1O, R. G. Hud s on '3 -1, Tom M urph y '28, R.I'. Baum g a rtn e r '28, P. G. Forman '2 1, C. E . Bards ley '20, J. L H e ad ' 16. ~ r ea

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Dr. Freder ick A. Middl e bush . Pres ident of the Un iv ers ity , address in g the Ch icag o S ec tion. From lef t to ri g h t : D. P . Hyn es '08, D ean Curtis L . W ils o n, P res ide nt Middlebu sh. Leland Grafft '37. cha irman Chi cag o S ec tio n, Karl F. H ass elman n '2 5, National Pres ide nt, Fred C. S chneeberge r '25, Pas t Nationa l Pre si den t.

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Dr. J. Dona ld Fo rr es t e r, c ha irman of th e Mini n g d e pa r t m e n t of MSiVI s pok e a t th e d inn e r mee tin g of t he T ui s a Sectio n o n May 13 in t h e E ng lis h R oom of the Hote l T ulsa . T he Sectio n m e t at 5 :30 for a s oc ia l ho ur s o t ha t eve ryo n e wo uld hav e t he oppo r t un ity t o meet D r. Fo r r es te r pe r sona ll y , aft e r w hi c h a n in fo r ma l dinn e r wa s e nj oycd b y a ll in th e coffee s hop . "T h e Sc hoo l of M in es a nd t h e A lu mn i A ss oc iation" wa s th e top ic d isc ussed by D r. Fo rr este r. H e to ld o f t he prese nt co ndi t ion s at t he sc h oo l a n d di s c ussed pla n s fo r t he fu t ur e . It wa s a n no un ced th at t he p lac e of t he wee kl y lu nc heo n me e tin gs of th e T uls a sec t io n, w h ic h a r e he ld eve ry \ >Ve dn es day n oon, h a s b ee n c ha n ge d to B it of Swe d e n a t 518 1/, So u t h Ma in street. T he S ec t io n wo ul d pa r t icu la rl y li ke to hav e th o se w ho have th e op po rtuni ty to visit in T ulsa to joi n t hem fo r th ese lun c he o ns . Prese n t at t he dinn e r m ee t in g w e r e : A. \ >V. \ >Va lke r '36, Jo e R. J ar b o e '30, J o e E. Sca ll y '3 1, Don Bi se tt ex -'30, H. W . Do e nn ec ke ' 18, B. M . Dave np ort e x-'30, L. ]. Zo lle r ' 18, R. A . G u nd '40, C. V . Cam e r o n '38, Pa ul J ezz a rd Jr. ex- '-t4, E lm e r A. Mi lz '45, Jo h n F. R ee d '-+0, F. :M. Stewa rt '-+0, ]. Dou g la s M a rti n '33, a nd J. iVI. vVa ne n mac he r '23.

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St. Louis Section Note To t hose in t h e St. Lo u is sec tion: Kindly a n s we r any comm u nication s or co rr es pond e nce t hat ma y com e yo u r way fo r o ur r ec o rd s e ith e r lac k m uc h in accura cy, or t he in t e res t a nd r es po n ses a r e badl y in nee d o f impro ve m e nt. Fi g ur es s h ow t hat th is sec tion se n t o u t fou r hu ndr e d ca rd s for t he rece nt party a nd on ly seve n ty - t h ree ca rd s w e re r e tu r n ed, wit h an a tt e ndanc e at t he part y of on ly t h ir t y-two. At th e prese nt w r iti n g, t he St. Loui s se ction a nd e nv ir ons ha ve a mai ling lis t which tota ls 652, includin g o u ts tat e mem be rs of M iss o uri a nd I llin oi s. P le ase be r es pon s ive a nd co u rt e o us I - FRED P. MATLAC K , S ec re tary-T reasurer Chicag o S ec tio n.

Chicago Section Meeting By WI L L I AM SC H WEIC K HARDT '2 8

T he S pr in g m ee tin g of th e C h icag o Sect io n o f th e MSM A lu m ni Ass o c iat io n was he ld in t he co mfor ta ble q uarter s of t h e C hi ca g o E n g in ee r s Club , F rid ay eve nin g, May 23, 1947. I t wa s a ban ne r m ee tin g , lon g t o be re m em b e r e d , be ca use o f th e p r esence o f P r es ide n t F r ed e ri c k A. M iddl ebu s h, t he h o nore d g ues t , acc om pa ni e d by D ea n C urti s L. Wi lso n a nd A lu m ni P r es id e nt Ka r l H asse lma nn '25. A dd e d t o t h is r oster we r e th e name s o f un expec t ed, bu t a ls o m os t we lc o m e g uests, Pa s t A lu m ni P r es id e n t F r e d C. Sc hn ee b e r ge r '25, an d P ro f. E . \ <\T . Ca r lt o n '26. A ls o pr ese n t was a g r o u p of se ni or s tud e nt s w ho we re v is it in g C hi ca go o n t h e ir ins pe cti on trip. A d e li g h tf ul cock t a il hour a nd dinn e r , durin g w h ic h t im e ma n y r emin is cen t sto ri es we r e s wappe d a nd o ld fri e nd s h ips r e new e d , prece d ed t h e meet in g w hi c h wa s ca ll ed to orde r an d p r es id e d ove r b y C ha irm a n Le la nd E. G r aff t '37. Afte r tr a ns ac tin g a m in im u m amo un t of loca l sec tio n bu s iness, w h ic h includ ed t h e s ig n ing of indiv idu a l r eg is tra t io n ca rd s, t he ul t e ri o r mot ive o f w hi ch wa s to " n eed le" t h e co n sc ie n ce of t h o se a lu m ni w ho ha dn 't tak e n tim e, as yet, to pa y th e ir d ues , t he cha ir m a n ca ll ed u pon seve r a l g ues t s for a few ' re ma rk s. P r of. Ca r lto n, w ho wa s in C h ica g o wit h hi s se n ioi' class o n t h e ir a n n ua l in s pec tio n trip, s tate d h is p leas ur e in be in g at t he m ee t in g . \!\I it h r efe r e nc e to t he g r ea t d e ma nd b y in d U3tr y for g rad uat e e ng in ee r s, h e s tat e d ea c h m e mo e r of th e C ivi l E n g in ee rin g g rad uatin g c lass h ad r ec e ive d o n e or mor e offe r s for a j o b, an d t hat seve ra l compani es h ac1m a de offers to h ire a ll t he m e mb e rs of t h e cla ss . H e co n c lud e d hi s p lea s a n t r e ma r ks by in trod ucing t h e se n io r s accompany in g h im. Past A lu m n i P res id e nt F r ed C. Sc hn ee be r ge r '25 in h is inimita bl e wa y e nt e rtai ne d t he g r o u p w ith h is r em arks. How e ve r , mor e se r io us ly an d co nv in ci n g ly s p ea ki ng , he emp ha s iz e d t he fact t hat t h e MSiVI A lu m n i co ul d n ot o n ly e xp e ct to r ece ive , bu t act ua ll y a re rece iv in g t h e bes t coope rat io n from t he U n ive r s ity officia ls in f ur t h eri n g th e , e lfare of t he M iss o u ri Sc hoo l o f Mi nes an d M e ta llur gy. H e furt he r ass ur e d t h e g ro up of Preside nt M idd le bu s h's s in cerity in be ha lf of t h e A lu m n i's in te r es t. D ea n C ur ti s L. vVi ls o n, t h e n ex t s pea ke r, was in tro d uce d ( Co ntinued on next Page)

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by th e c ha irman , Mr. Grafft '37. \,Vhil e th e D ea n, in hi s eve r p leasant a nd gracio us m a nn e r, sai d he ha d 'tot co m e to C hi cago t hi s tim e to m a k e a s peec h ; h e expresse d hi s h a ppiness in r ece ivin g th e in vit a tion to acc om pa n y Pr es id e n t Middl e bus h to t h is m ee tin g a nd d evo t d a fe w minut es to te ll a b o u t t he in c r ea se in facu lt y m e mb e r s h ip to cop e w ith t he eve r incr ea s in g e nr o ll m e nt , w hi c h thi s fa ll is expec te d to g o b ey ond 2200 s tud e nt s, a nd oth e r pe rtin e nt probl ems brou g ht a bou t b y s uc h c rowd d co ndition s. Th e g ues t o f hono r , P res id e nt Fr ed e ri c k A. Middl e bu s h, was introdu ce d b y D ea n \ >\fi ls o n. D r. Midd le bu s h c it ed 2.ppropri a tion fi g ur es an d fa c t s to prove that th e Sc hoo l of Min es a nd M e ta llur gy is co ns id e r e d a mo s t important Col lege of th e U niv e r s it y of Mi ss o uri ; a nd it is hi s d es ir e as w e ll as th a t of t he B oard of C urator s to main tain th e hi g h r atin g and lea d e r s hip of th e Sc hool of Min es. H e la ud ed th e untirin g e ffort s of Pa s t A lu m ni P r es id e nt Fre d C. Sc hn ee be r ge r in furt he rin g t he int e r es ts of th e sc hoo l a nd unh es it a tin g ly c r e d it ed th ese m e n, b y th e ir pers is t e n ce a nd ins is t e n ce as be in g dir ec tl y r es pon s ibl e for the prese n t ex is tin g coope rati\'e a ttitud e of th e mana ge m e nt of th e U r.i ve rs it y toward th e Sc hool of Min es a nd M e tallur gy. Th e matt e r o f c ha n g in g th e na me of th e h ea d of th e in s titution fr om " Direc tor" to " Dea n" wa s sa ti sfactori ly c la rifi e d to ma n y pr ese n t by Pres id e nt Middl e bu s h, and h e furth e r s ta ted that th e titl e "De a n" wa s mu c h mo re aCC l1r3t e in d esc ribin o- th e importa n ce of th e a dmini s trativ e h ea d of t h e sc ho ol. Th e e nli g ht e nin g s peec h of D r. Midd le bu s h was hearti ly r ece i\'ed a nd w e lco me d a nd he w as g iv e n a s tandi n g round o f app la use. Havin g t he fin a l po s iti o n o n th e s peakin g pro g ram , A lu m ni P res id e nt Karl H a sse lm a nn '2'=; \\"ho wa s prese nt e d b y t he c ha ir ma n, took thi s opportunity to make a mo s t fe r ve nt plea t hat M S M a lumni work to get he r to s tr e n g th e n , h e A lumr.i A ss o c ia tio n b y bec omin g a c lo se r knit and mor e active unit. H e furth e r d ec lar e d th at s uc h a s tron g organ iza ti on co uld a nd wo uld b(; he lpful , not only to th e sc hool a nd th e und e r g ra du a te, but a ls o to alu m ni in indu s tr y. H e em ph as ize d re pe<\ te dly tha t t he impo r tant r eq ui s it e to build s uc h a n o r g ani za tion is fi na nc es, a nd th a t t he prese nt me an s of in c om e is f rom t he ann ua l du es of ~5. 00 fo r eac h m e mb e r. T he Ch icago se ct ion was cit e d as hav in g th e hi g h est perce nta ge paid m emb e rs hi p, w hi c h he s tat ed wa s a c ha ll e n ge to oth e r sec tion s. Mr. Ha sse lma nn was e qu a ll y s in cere in p r a is in g th e wo rthi ness of th e A lu m ni Endowm e nt fu nd , a n d ur ge d eac h s 'J ccess fu l a lumnu s, \\'h o m he d esc rib e d as eve ry ac ti ve alumn u s, to he lp thi s fund r eac h it s g oal. T he m ee tin g ca m e t o a c lose afte r th e s howin g of a mo s t int e r es tin g a nd ins tr uct ive s o und film e ntitl ed " EXPRES S WA Y" s pon s ored by Cec il A. Wall s ex -'2-1- of th e Portland Ce m e nt Assoc ia tion. T ho se p r ese nt at th e me e ti ng we r e : Pres id e nt Fre d e rick A. Mi dd lebu s h, D ea n C urt is L. Wi lso n, P r of. E. YV. Ca rl to n '26, E . H. Clark '07, D . P . H y n es '08, A . N . D e tlV e iler '10, J. R. Ke nn ey ' 11 , VV . B. Gray ' 12, R. H. Ma vee ty '12, J . In g ram '1 3, J.'vV. Scott '1 9,W. E. Oy l r s '1 9, P. H. Pietsc h '20, A . D eve r ea ux '2-1-, C. A. Wall s ex-'24, F. C. Sc hn e be r ge r '25, K , F. H asse lm an n '25, C. Ir vill g 'Z.o, Wm. Go dwin '2:;, C. L. Ki tc he n'Z6, H . A . H e rd e r '26, J. W. Hard y '27, M . .J . Pa ul '27, E. R. C us hin S- 'Z7, 'vV m . 5c h we ic k:udt '28, R. C. Mi ll e r '29, E, R. K irn '29,1'. Dov e r '30, E. T. R ege nhardt '30, T , E. Dresse r '33, W. R. Pow e r '3-1-, C. \ ,\l S n y d er '35, J. E. H a rr od '35, H. K. Ho y t T i, W. R. B ur g o y ne '35, P. E. il ve r '37, C. G. H es le t '3 7, L. E . Grafft '37, M. E . N ic ke l '38, J. W. How e rt o n '38, W . E. S te ph e ns '38, D. D . 'Bur ri s '39, H . K. Tu c ke tt '39, L. J. l~i ege '-1-0, R. E. B urn s '-1-0, H. 1. A ndr ese n '-1-0, f. R. Klu g '¡W , A. F. F ic k '-1-1 , H. B. B ut e '-12, L. W. Hi g ley '43, D . Coo lid ge '43, 1'. B. Ge tt ys '-1-4, E. A. W e ine l '44, E. 'vV. Be le w '47, J. A . A ndr e ws '47, \ >\f. A. L ea ke '47, A. G. M cG uir e Jr. '-1-8.

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N ew York Alumni Luncheon By J AMES L . HEAD ' 16

Tho se w ho a tt e nd ed th e¡ tw e n t ie th bi-monthl y lun c he on of th e Ne w Yo r k C ity A lumni g roup o n Ap r;; 17 w e r e fortunat e in hav in g A lu m ni Pres id e nt Ha sselm a lln as g ues t of h onor. H e s pok e at le n g th o n th e plan s for th e A ss ocia ti on ~. nd o f t he pro g ress be in g mad e in ca rr y in g th e m o u t. H e s tr esse d th e fin e r e lation s ex is tin g b e tw ee n th e A ss ociat ion a nd th e Sc hoo l a nd U ni ve r s it y a u t hori ti es . Without th e s upport a nd coo pe ration of P r es ident Middl e bu s h a nd D ea n \>\fi ls on a nd th e in va lua bl e a ss is t a n ce of N o e l Hubb a rd, litt le co uld b a cco mpli s h ed . In c r ease d m e mb e r s hip a nd incom e 2 re ur ge ntl y nee d ed a nd s tron g local se ction s a re a m ea ns to t hi s e nd. Dr. M. J. K e ll y ' 1-1-, ex ec uti ve v ice pr es id e nt, B e ll T e le pho ne Labor a tori es, In c., ta lk ed informall y a nd off th e r ec ord, of th e pro g r ess or r a th e r lac k of pro g r ess in se ttlin g th e nati o nwid e t e lephon e s trik e. Thi s type o f authoritati ve c omm e nt o n a w id e r a n ge of top ics ha s bee n a fea tur e of th e Ne w Yo rk lun c he o ns . Prese nt, b es id es M ess rs. Ha sse lm an n a nd K elly, we re : E. E. S qui e r ex-'O'=;, Geor ge A. Ea s ley '09, M. S. Mazany '09, .J ames L. H ead ' 16, E . . Tom p k ins ex-' 16, Rob e rt C. Zevallo s '2-1-, Ro ge r O. Da y '25, E. A. C ra wford '29, H . C. Mill e r '39, Fra nk P. Ro ge r s AI, Warr e n J. Wa ge rt '-l3, and a ne wcome r, K e nn e th E. i'vI eye r '-l3.

New York Alumni Group Luncheon By JAMES L. HEAD ' 16

Fr id ay no o n o n a hot Jun e day in Ne w York C it y is not th e b es t tim e for a lun c heo n, b ut ne \'e rth e less e ig ht turn ed up at t he M inin g Club fOl th e bi- mo nthl y affair he ld on Fri d ay, th e 13t h. As us ual s om e we r e ne wcom e rs to th e g rou p, li s t ed as fo llo ws : A . lvI. Kr a in ess, wh o had ju s t fin is he d hi s juni o r ye ar at MSlVI, a nd E . iVI. F ly nn ex-'07. Th e iatte r is a \'ete ran of man y yea r s minin g exper ie nc e, m o s t rece ntl y in B ra zil. H e now mak es hi s h eadqu a rt e rs In Toron to , O nt a rio as a co ns ultin g e n g in ee r. T h e ot he r m emb e r s we r e : E. E. S qui e r ex-'O'=;, J a m es L. H ead '16, E . A, C rawford '29, H. C. Mi lle r '39, K. E. M eye r '-1-3, a nd \I\la rr e n'v\l a ge r t '-1-3.

Tri-State Section Th e atten da nce of th e M M Tri-Stat e Sectio n, J oplin, l\Io. , he ld a t Wild e r 's Cafe, Ma y 23, 19-1- 7, at 7:00 p.m., wa s ve ry s ma ll, onl y e ig ht b e in g p r ese nt. How e ve r, a g ood tim e \\'as e nj oyed b y tho se pr ese nt. O ne fea tur e wort h y of not e wa s th e prese nce of poss ibl y t h e old es t liyin g MSM g raduat e, a nd on e of t he y oun ges t. O ur o ld es t g radu a te be in g Eva ns 'vV. B us k e tt '9,1, and on e of th e yo un ges t g raduat es b e in g ~y dl . S mith '-l l , Box 333, Lam a r , Mo. Th o se p r ese nt w e re : R. E . Il lige '2 1, cha irman ; B. H. R uck e r Jr. , vic e c ha irm a n '30 ; M. H. T hor n be r ry ' 12, se cr etary; T h o m as H . P e rr y ex- '28, ass is ta nt sec r e tar y ; Floyd P. S mith '-ll ; Ea rl ;vI. S ha nk '-l5; Frank N. S tr on g '25; Evan s \".T. B a s ke tt '97. As M . H. T hornb e rry wa s le a\'in g for S t. Lo ui s soon, T homa s H. Pe rry ex -' Z8, lZ0 P e nn sy lva ni a, W ebb Cit y, Mo., was e lec t ed Sec r e tar y to fill o ut " Thorn' s" un expir ed t e rm. A r es o luti o n wa s un a nimou s ly pa sse d that th e Tri- S t:ll e Secti o n of th e M SM A lumni A ss ocia ti on m ee t th e fir st T hur s d ay of eac h month a t 7:00 p.m., at 'v\l ild e r 's Caf e for a dinn e r m ee tin g and an y oth e r bu s in ess of import a n ce. Th e r eas on for s o few be in g in a tt e nd a nce wa s th at it 1V3 S a bu sy tim e of th e year an d m a ny w e r e lea v in g on \'aca tion s or had a lready g o ne.

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e\'c n to s taid l\ C W En g land, ri g ht to th c c itad e l of fair H a r\'ard a nd a u te r ~IIT . f\ E d K ar ra ker '32 exp resse d it, the t imc had arrived to let some of th c people a round th re know th a t th c r e w a at lea t one c hool w cs t of th e Co nnectic ut a nd Hud . on ri vc rs . Th c id a had bec n s imm cri n g for a lon g tim e 0 th at a v is it to Bosto n on ~Ia y 2-+ by socia tion Vi cc Pre idcnt H ea d olTe r ed th oppor tun ity to put th e idea into eff c t. T he initi a l attack wa s a mod est on e but it wa . ca r r ic d out with e nthu s ia s m a nd presages bi g{!cr and bdt.::r ones in th e futur c.· I,ce D c \ a id '33 a rr angc d to h old th c di nncr at th e Enginee rs' ·Iub . How th a t may co mparc with thc nooty and omnipotent 130 ton th e nae um th e writ c r is not prepa re d t o say. till it ' a tart r. Th e re' much to be don e, how eve r. An inq uiry at th C lub ea rli e r in t he day d i c lose d t he fact th :ll th e rc \\' a to b e ? dinn e r th e re th a t c \'c nin g gi \'e ll by th e " M assach usc tt s Sc h oo l of 11inin g ." Co uld L ec, b y any c han ce , have go t us in thc re und e r fal _e pr e t e nscs ' Afte r th e g rec tin gs a nd th co c ktail s whic h h e lped to ama lgamat e a g ro u p ran g in g from th e c lass of '16 to th a t of '+I, th e followin g sat d own to dinn e r . Jo s ph H. Ro h loff '2 1, 11rs . Rohloff a nd s on , Rob e rt H . (Brown U niv c r ity), 1 r ovi d e n cc, R.I.; E d\\'a rd L. Karra ke r '32 a nd i\1rs. Karr a kc r, \ I\fey land , M ass.; Howard B. Wyri c k '32 a nd Mr s. vVyrick, A uburnd a le, M ass . ; L ee H. D c \V a ld '33 a nd 11r . D e \ IVald, Be lmont , Ma ss.; Morri s Floo rk y '39 a nd i\Irs. B oorky, \ IV orc s t e r, M ass .; H a rry Tu s hm a n '39 a nd Mr s. T us h m a n, \ IVOrce s te r, Mass .; L e on a rd S t ea rn s , i\( .S. '-+2 a nd lVII'S. Stear n, H a rtford, Conn.; Fr cd]. R a d avic h '-+3, Ca mbrid ge , ~l as s .; vVan- e n L. Lars on '-+.f a nd fianc e, i\(i ss P ri sc ill a Ro e rs , Be lmont, M ass; J am es L H cad ' 16, New Yo rk C it y, who pr es id ed. T hc Vice Prcs id e nt told of th c accompli s hm c nt s and aim s o f th c A lumni . ss o c iation aft e r which h e pull ed off a bit of po liti ca l s k ul du gg ry by a nnoun c in g th a t Karrak e r a nd D e \ I\fa ld had been "e lec t e d " c hairm a n and sec re ta ry r es pe c ti ve ly of th Boston g roup . Got by with it, too . Ed took O\'c r a nd told of th c g r eat int e r es t h c had found wh e n he pe r s o nal ly g o t in tou c h w ith mo s t of th e indi vidual s on t he list th at had bee n furni h d him . Th e old es t g ra du at e in th e a r ea , a nd in c id e nt a ll y a pai d-up m e mb c r of th e Ass o cia tion, is Fra nc is \ !\T. vVil s on '8-+ who reg r e t ted h is ina b ilit y to be prese nt th at part ic ul a r e \-e nin . O ne of hi s un expec ted con ta c t s wa s with ~1r. Ge or ge f\. Packard, promi ne nt c on s ult in g l11inin ~ e ng in ee r of Bos ton, who was tempo ra ril y pro fes so r of m e t a llur gy at i\1 i\1 in 1907. Th e n e w C hairman t he n cal le d u po n eac h of th e g ra du ates in turn to get up and e nlig ht e n th e g roup as to h is indi\-idu a l acti \·iti es. i\I S11 g radu a tes a nd fo r m e r s tud e nt s in the X e \\' Engla nd a r ea are ur ed to become acti\-e in th e g r o up. The~' s hould ge t in tou c h with: Edwa rd L. K a rr a ke r, S he ll O il Co mpany , Box 18 1, \\' a lth am _i-+, ~1 ass ., p ho n e, \ Va lth am 2793; or L ee H . De \ Vald , 16 Horn e road, Belmont, ~[ ass., pho ne , Kirkl a nd 6900.

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Sec tio n Head s Listed T h 'c a rc vour ec tion c hairm e n or sec r e tarie s. Contact th em fo r a ny information r ega rdin g meetings of ~I S M lu mni in th e n ar futur e. James L . Head, Room 1760,25 B ro adway, ).J" W lork, )J.Y. X e w York ec tion (incl ud ing Pennsyh-ania, \V es t Virg ini a a nd Vir ini a a nd Kew E n g land ta tes). J o h n F. He lm eric h s, 159 19 H aze l A\' ., Eas t leve land ,O.; Cle\'e la nd Section. L. E. Gr aff t, 261 E ll s \\'o rlh tr ee t , Gary, Ind . ' hi cag-o cction (i nc lud cs So u t hc rn Mi c hi ga n a nd vVi scon s in ). . Al a n H. Hoener, 66-+2 Bancroft, SI. Lo ui s 19, :t-Io. Sl. LO UI S Sec tion ( in c lud es outh c rn Illinoi ). M. H. Tho rn ber ry , l ates Hot e l, Joplin, :t-I o. Tri -State Section ( in c lud s So u t h w st i\I i souri, Nort h eas t Ok la ho ma a nd So uth east K a n as) . Joseph W anen m ac h er, 329 K e nn e dy B u ildin g , T ul sa, O kla . Tul a ec tion . Barney Nu e ll, 530 \ cst Sixth st r ee t, Lo s A n ge lcs, Cal. Ca lifornia Sectio n. Or val Kee lin g , 291 L c ba non a\'e nu e, Pitts bur O" h, Pa. Pitts - _ bu r g h Sec ti o n. Edward L. Karr a k er, he ll O il Compa n y, Box 181, \ IVa lth am 5-+, M ass . Bos ton Sect ion .

Claude E. D avis '4 3 Addresses Studen ts O n th e eve nin g of )'Ia y 30, Claud e E. Davi s , a m in in g r e prese n tat iv e of t he Goody ea r Tire a nd Rubb e r Co mpany, e nt e rt a in e d th e min in g , c ivil , ce ram ics , and m ctallur gy st ud e nt s at ~l is s ouri Sc hool of Min es a nd :t-I e tall ur g y with mo\-ies s howin g th e tran s portation of mat e rial s b y m ea ns of b e lt co n ve yo rs. O nc of th e fi lm s, "Over th e Mount a in ," s how ed th c tran s portin g o f th e g r ea t v olum e of dirt whi ch w as use d a s fill mat e rial for th e A nd e r s on R a nch Dam in Id a ho . The ot h e r film, " Th e vVa y O ut ," d e mon s t rat e d th e adapt ion of be lt co n vey ors to the tran s portation o f coa l in th e coa l minin g indu s try. Cla ud e g raduat e d from i\1i ss ouri 'c hoo l of Min es with a B.S. in Mi nin g in 19-+3, and , xcep t for a pe riod of se rvi ce in t h e a rm y, has bee n e mp lo ye d b y th e Good ye ar Tire a nd Rubb e r Compan y s in ce t hat time. Durin g_ th e g r e:lt c r part of th e tim e t hat he wa s in th e a rm y, h e wa s s tation ed in Japan wh e r e h e acted as a t ec hni ca l a dvisor to t h e F ue l and Powe r Di\'ision of th e 1.:.S. Go\-e rn m e nt 's nat ura l r e, o u rc es s ur vey of that co untr y. vVhil e in Roll a, a laud e a ls o ta lk ed to on e of th e coal minin g c la sses, hi s s ub ject be in g " Coa l Minin g in J apa n."

Ed gar C. Long '3 0 (Cont inued from P age 4)

O kl a., \\-he re h e \\'o rk ed as a m uc ke r a n d th e n became g r o u nd b oss . H c th e n took o\-er the job as s u pe rint e n d e n t of th e Zinc ~Iinin g op e r ation of t h T r i-Stat e di s t r ic t, and next work e d as s up e ri nte nd e nt o f th e Arkansas Ba rit e i\1ining opcration. Tn 19-+1 he beca m e ass is tant p r od uc tion manage r of th e B a roid Sa le Di\-is ion of Natio nal L ea d, th e job whi c h he holds now. Th e minin g activities of h is p rese n t compa ny are c hi e A), co nce rn ed with ba r ite and be nt o n ite. Edgar is a member of t h e A Ti\I E. Horse bac k ridin g a nd bowl in g are hi s fa \'orit e off-th e -job pas tim s.

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a p lu g for th c choo l wh e n eve r yo u h ea r th at any e ndowm e nt s , fe ll o w hip s or r esearch p r oj c ts are bin g s pon s ore d and pas sed aro und . Indu s try , g ove rnm e nt and individual s a re ;, pon orin g th esc thin gs in in creas in g numb e rs. Th e job a n b e don e a t i\1 M. If not and if s omethin g is lackin g , th e A ss ociation will mak e \. ry effo rt to r e m edy th e co ndit io n . Co ntribut e a ny t h in g yo u ca n to th c e nd owment fund . Gift s m ay come from ot h e r s than al umni Th ere is not h in g to pr e \'e nt a s tate sc hool from acc e ptin g g ifts a nd be qu es ts.

T he ta t e and th e ~ l i ss ouri tax pay e r ca n 't b e expec t ed to p ro\' id eve ry t hi ng. In th es(! d ays of \\'oll e n e nrollm c nt s th e r ~ is l itt le nee d to rcc ruit s tud e nt s. - ons id e rat io n wi ll be g i\'e n, how e\' e r, to a ny promisi n g indi vidual whom yo u may rec om me nd for a dmi ss ion. Gi\-e a n 11 i\I man a job. K ee p t he Al um ni Office informe d on yo ur CO IT(!Ct a ddr ess. A nd fi nall y, as s om e a ge has r ecom m e n d ed. " if y ou ca n't join th e const ru ction ga ng, pl ease d on't s i n u p with th e wr ec kin g c re w ."

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HONOR AWARDS Honors Awarded to Outstanding Seniors Pri zes a nd honor s w r e a ~war d e d durin g th e co mm ncem e n! exe rc ise to se niorsw ho h ave at ta in e d di s tinction in va ri ous fi e ld s o f e nd a vo I". H av in g t he h onor of g ra du at in g at th e to p of h is c lass Wrt S Keit h D. S heppa rd , w ho ha d th e hi g hest avera ge fo r hi s four yea rs wo rk, thu s r ece iv in g Hi g h es t Honors . Fi r s t h ono r s ~were awa rd ed to tho e se n iors w ho se av r age g r a d e wa s nin ety p e r ce nt or hi g he r T hos e rec e iv in g fir s t h o nor s we re : K e nnet h G. A dri an, Richard D ea n Ame l , I)a ul M, He nn e tt Jr., H e nry T . KEITH SHEPPARD Cape lle, Pa ul F. Ca r lton , Ca rl R o be r t C hri s ti anse n, C ha rl es Ri c har d Co unt s, 'William As hl ey E lli s , l\I. Ge r s o n Ginz b r g , Harold Ba rnard Harms, E lv in Al fr e d H e nk e, Geo r ge Edwa rd H e nr y, Rob er t E rn s t J o hnk, Vi r g il A J o hn s o n, Rob e rt Hall K e nd a ll, Sa mu e l l{ ut c hi so n Ly le, Mabe l Ed na P hillip s, Keith D a rd e n S hep pa rd, J ames A. Sm ith , vVi lbur I a ui Tappmey e r, Sam uel Tarson,\lVilb e r t F r d e ri c k vVe ge ne r. I-l avi ng a n average g rad e of f rom 87. 5 to 90 pe r cent, the fol lowing lIin e rs r ece ive d seco nd honor s : Cec il C. Ba ili e, Rob e rt F. B ru zews ki , E loy M e n e nd ez C ue to, Harry Cli ffo rd Dame ron Jr ., A r t hur I-I e rma n Fu ldn e r Jr. , Ga le Ful g hum, K e nn et h L. Gi ll e, ·Wil liam .Ja rra rd Goodwi n, P hil ip D. J o hnso n, Dona ld H e n ry K oc h, R aymon d H. Lahm ey r, '''Valter Lidd e ll , Rob e rt Frank lin O rt on, Marjorie Ruth Pa ul , Ro be rt E dw ard Pautl e r, R o be r t C. Ri e dm eyer, Ri ch ar d A. Spe rbe r g , Ru sse ll E d a r S t u mp e, \ t\fa lt er H . Ta sc he k. T he A. I. G r ee n Awa rd for th e o u tsta ndin g reco rd in sc ho la r s hip, c har ac te r, a nd lea d e rs hip wa s wo n by Rob e r t Er nst Jo hn k. T hi s awa rd is co n t ribut ed by Dr. A lle n P. G r e n '35, fo und r of t he A. 1". G ree n Fire Brick Company of l\I ex ico, M o. lI e m be rs hi p in P I;i K apP:1 P hi r e q uir es th a t its m e mbe r s m ust have majntai ne d a r a nk in sc ho la r s h ip in th e fi rst te nth of t h e ir c ia s . Tho se e lec t ed f rom t he Se ni or class ar e : P a ul l\I. He nn c tt .J r. , H e nr y T. Ca pe ll e, Pa ul F. Ca riton , Ca rl Rob e rt hr is t ia nse n, C ha rl es Ric ha rd Co un ts, \ t\fil li a m As hley E lli s, l\I. Ge rso n G in zbe r g, Ha r o ld Barnard Harm s, E lv in A lfred H e nk e, Geo r ge E dw a rd Henry, Rob e r t E rn s t J o hnk, Rob e rt H a ll Ke n da ll , Sam ue l Hut c hi s o n Ly le, K e ith Da rd e n S hep pa rd, J am es A . Smit h, Wi lbur Pa ul Tapp m eye r, Sa mu e l Tar s o n, vV ilb e rt Fr ed eri c k \ t\fege ne r. ig ma X i, th e nat io na l honorary resea r c h s oci e ty , c ho ses its m ember s o n pr oye d a bili ty in sc ientific r esearch. Memb e r s arc: Donat Be nn es B ri ce, ta nle y Mi lt on K uli fay. T he fo ll owi ng se ni o r s a r e m e mb e rs of Tau B e ta P i, which s ig ni fi es th a t th ese st ud e nt s rank ed in the fir st q ua r te r of th ir c la ss an d m et th e re quir e m e nt s as to c ha racte r, loya lty, pers ona lit y, leader s hi p, a nd sc ho o l ac ti v iti es : Paul M. Be nne tt Jr ., H e nry T. Cape ll e, Pau l F. Ca r lto n, C ha rl es Rich:1rd Oll nt s, H a rr y C lirfo rd Da m e r o n Jr., \ IVi ll iam As hl y E ll is, rLhur H e rman ~F uldn e r Jr., Ga le F ul g hum , Haro ld ra rn :t rd Harm s, 1:;: lvi n A l fr e d H e nke, Geo r ge E dwa r d H r nr y , H o ber t E rn s t J o hnk , V ir g il A. J o hn s on , :Robe r t H a ll Kr nd a ll , \ t\fa lte r I_i dd e ll, R o be r t E d war d Pautle r, Ke ith Dard n S heppa rd, Jam es A. S mith, Ru sse ll E d ga r S tump e, \ t\f ilbur Pa ul Tap pm eye r, Sa mu e l Ta r s on, \ t\fi lb e r t Fre d e ri c k VVege ne r.

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Shell Petroleum Company FELLOWSHIP at

Missouri School of Mines and Metallurgy T he She ll P et ro leum Co m pa ny ha s eS Lab li shed an indu s tria l fello w· ship for g raduate resea rch in Petrol eum Product io n E ng inee ring at Missouri School of Mi nes and M etallu rgy. The lellow sh ip w ill be in effect d ur in g the acad emic yea r 1947.48, begin nin g September I , 1947 . I t ha s been in s tituted to e ncourage grad uate research in petro le um product io n and is open to g raduate st udents whose tra in ing and experi e nce are s uch a s to qualif y them for s pecia l s tudy in petro leum prod uction eng in €:er in g . The oppo rtuni ty is renewa ble for - mo re tha n o ne yea r' s te nure if wa rranted by c ircumstances a nd it is des ig ned to lead to a :Ma ste r or a D octo rate degree . Pre fere ntial con s id e ral io n ordinaril y will be g iv en to app licants who a re D octo ra te ca ndidate s. T o ho ld the fell owsh ip wi ll not impl y th at s ubsequent empl oy ment o blig ati o ns ex ist e ithe r o n the part o f th e She ll Compa ny o r o n the part of the rec ipient of the g rant. T he Sh ell Fe ll owship ca rri es a stipend 01 $ l 200 ~ OO lor a yea r's s tudy. Tn addition, the Company wi ll re imbur se the cand idate fo r actual tuit ion and academi c fees and an allowa nce up to $300 .00 al so is esta blished for purchase o f mat erial, e qui pment, and othe r expe nses re lated to the resea rch project. Applicant s for th is fe ll owshi p for the next acad e mi c year, begi nnin g ep lember 1, 1947, s hou ld write for applicat io n bl ank s or for any iurther infc rmali on to DR. J. D. F O RRESTER, Cha irm an o f the Graduate CommittEe Mi ssouri Sc hool of Mines a nd Metallurgy Ro lla, M issouri

ASCE Wins Certificate of Conunendation T he l\I S M c hapt e r of t h e ASCE h as r ece ive d hi g h est comme nd atio n for exce ll e n ce , e ffec t a nd meritorius co ndu ct of t h e ir a ffair s in th e N orth Ce n tra l R eg ion, accord in g to Prof. E. VV ~ Ca rlton , fac ulty advi s o r fo r th e c hapte r. Th e awa rd is j ud ge d by th e an nu a l rep ort of th e C hap ter's activit ies se n t to t h e na tion a l h ea dqu a r te rs of th e ASCE. Th e No rth Cen tral R eg ion co mpri ses a n a rea of s ome nin e te n s tate s , an d th e di s ti n ctio n of r ece iv in g comme nda tioll s is hi g hl y pr ize d b y tho se c ha pte rs th at have r ece ive d it. Th e l\Ii ss ou r i Sc hoo l of Mi ne c hapte r has bee ll co n s is t e nt ly o u t s tand in g in th e ir c ha pte r 's r eco rd, b u t thi s is th e fi r s t tim e th at th ey have r ece ive d top r a tin g for t he No rth Ce ntra l R eg ion. Th e c re dit for thi s h o nor be lo n gs to th e e ntir e mem be rs hip of t he lo ca l c hap te r; how eve r, part ic ul a r c re di t be lon gs to Ro b er t L. Mann '46, who w as res pon s ibl e for ar ra n g in g the report, a nd \ IVa lt Lidd e ll '-1- 7, who had c har ge of th e p hoto g raph s. T he ' Moma n' s A ux ili a r y of t h e A m e ri ca n In s t itut e of ::'Iini n g and M e ta llur g ica l E n g in e r s awarde d th e Nat ional C ha pt e r Sc h o la r s hi p a nd t h e St. Lo u is Sec ti o n Sc ho lars h ip to Geo r ge Jam es l\Iill e rs . Thi s sc hol a r s hi p is awa rd ed on t he bas is of c ha racte r, lea d er s hip , pe rso nality, a nd sc hol astic s ta ndin g. Rob e rt E. To hnk rece ive d th e Be ta D e lt a C hapt e r of A lp ha C hi S ig m a awa rd for th e s tud e nt maintainin g th e hi g hes t sc h o las ti c ave rage in t h e c urric ul a of c hem ica l e n g inee rin g o r sc ie nce, c he mi s try major. T he K a nsas Cit y , lIl o. , Sect ion of the Amer ica n Socie ty of C iv il E n g in ce r s awa rd wa s g ive n to Pau l F . Ca r lton on th e bas is o f c haracter, ge ne ra l sc h o la rs hip, and s tud e nt ac tivity . T he se con d p ri ze awa rd b y t he St. Loui s Sect ion o f th e A m e ri ca n I ns titut e of E lec tri cal E n g in eers for st ud e n t pape rs from l\ Ii sso uri went to H a rold B. H a rm s. I)a ui l\I. Be nn ett .I r., Reo E ldon Goo d w in, Geo rge Edwar d Henry, R o be r t E rn st .J o hnk , andVVilbur Pa ul Tap p meye r won t he L ucyVVort ham J ames c ho la rs hip s w hi ch w e r e es ta bli s hed bv tru s tees of th e es tat e of t h e la te Lu cy \ IVo rth a m .J am es 'in m (; m o ry of th e James family . pion e'e r ir o n s me lt e rs an d ope rato rs of th e Ma ramec Iron VI/o rk s a t S f. .J a m es, 1110.

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Th e "i\1" Club contribute d its "eggs" worth to the sp rin g a c tivitie s, \",ith the init iat ion of 17 new pl ed ges, who feel t hat th ey now ha ve a s pec ia l inter es t in t he " E g o- a nd 1." The pl e d ges w e r e g iv e n an egg ap iece to have a uto g raphed, and mos t eggs came to a dripp y ndin g before th e e nd of t he day. One pl ed ge sa t on hi , a nd t es tifi es that the n ext he sa w of the egg it wa s w e ll sc ram bl ed. In Ap ril, th e Schoo l of Min es was host to lumni Presid e nt Karl F. Ha sse llll a nn '25; Vice Pres id e nt Harr y Pence '23, a nd C hairm a n of th e Board of Di r ec tor s, F. C. Sc hn eebe r ge r '25 . Karl h a d ju s t b ee n to th e fi r s t m ee tin g of the Pitt s bur g h sect ion, w h ic h he sa id was launch e d with a lot of e nthu s ias m from al l concerned. The officials met with th e Junior-S e ni or c lass , and talk e d to them a bout th e A lu mni Assoc iation. G rad uatin g se ni or took tim out from th e ir st udi es for se nior trip s, \-v h ic h w e r e for t he mo s t pa rt ve r y exte n s iv e thi s y ar. T he i\1et d e partm e nt boasted a doub le- i1ea d e r with two trip s-on e to St.Lo ui s a nd C hi cago, the other to Salt L ake C ity, for tho se int e rested partic ul arly in F e rrou s i\1 e ta llur gy. R e pr ese nt a ti ve fr0111 co nce rn s a ll over th e co untry interviewed se nior s abo ut that importa nt matt e r of a job . i\1 any of th e m doin g th e int e r v ie win g thi s s pri n g a rc i\1in e rs th e m e lves. B ill T h ias '35 w as o n th e ca mpu s Ap ril 21 r ec ruitin g e ng in ee rs for hi s co mpany, th e Eme rso n E lec tri c M fg. Co .. of St. l_o u is. A fe w day s late r, H . K . Ihri g ex-'38, w as int e rvi e win g fo r th e Kob e Co. ; Geo rg P. Dahm '-12, with th e Harri s on bra s iv e Co., M a nc hes ter, 1 e \ll H a mp ., a nd \ iI!. L Goe lk e l '39 o f t he No rton-vVh ee le r S tave Co ., a s ub s idi ary of J os. E. Seag ram & So ns, In c., we re r e pr e e ntin g their (Continued on Page 14)

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COMMENCEMENT ADDRESS The Engineer and American Free Enterprise By LEW I S E. YO UNG, Mining E ngi neer, P itt sburgh, P a. Hi ghlights of the Co m mencement A ddress

Today , th e Engineers and th e Sc ie nti s ts h o ld a hi g h place in th e es teem of th e America n p ubl ic beca use it is r ea li ze d t hat t h e dominant po s iti o n of t he nation in war a nd in peace is du e in a la r ge meas ur e to our lea dershi p in a p p li ed sc ie nce and en gin ee rin g.

In r ece n t yea r s the American people ha"e b ee n doin g m uc h talkin g a bout th e "Fo ur Free dom s." ''''hil e t he re is no in te n t to d is pa rag in any way th e impo rta nce of t hese Fo ur F r eedom s, th e Am eri ca n p eop le s hould not und e r est imate t he import a nce throu g h th e years of tw o ot h e r Fre edom s w hi c h have bee n mo s t s ig nifi ca n t fac tor s in o ur nat ion a l deve lopm e nt,-n ame ly, Freedom of Op portunit y a nd Freedom of E nt e rpri se. The r eso ur cef uln es of our yo u th a nd of our in v ntor s, e n g in ee r s, and sc ie nti s t s is lar ge ly a r es ult of Freedom of Oppo rtunit y. j\II or eove r, F r ee d om of O pportunity fo r th e indi v idu a l is t he fo u ndatio n u pon whic h is bu ilt th e sys t em of Free Enterpri se in Am e ri ca n bus in ess and indu s tr y. Th e ini tiati ve and r es ourc e fuln ess of our peo pl e in peace h as mad e po ss ibl e tr em e ndou s produ c tion in war, and t he coo rdin at in g of th e age n cies of r esearch a nd th e poolin g of th e na ti o n's bra inp owe r ha,'e a c hi eved marv e lou s r es ult s. F r ee dom of O pportunit y and Free dom of Ente rpri se ar e th e s park s th a t have kindl ed e ne r g izin g impu lses,-impul ses that hav e mad e it po ss ibl e for s o man y h um bl e A m e rican yo uth s to become capta in s in th e wo rld 's g rea te s t indu s tri es. D es troy t hese esse ntial Freedom s a nd the indi vi dual wi ll b e s piritl ess, m edio c r e, and dull, a nd indu s t ry wi ll b ecom e s ta g nant, s t e ril e, and deca de nt. Th e p rim e sourc e of Oli r national g r eat n ess sp rin gs from th ese Free do ms \\' hi c h p e rmi t a nd tnco ur age t he full est deve lopment of th e human an d nat ur a l r eso ur ces of thi s nation. A sys te m of Fr ee E n terprise ass um es fr ee co mp e tition, a n d til at m ean s th e s urviva l of th e fit; ob"iou s ly, thi s r es ult s in th e e limin atio n of t he u nfit, th e la gga rds, a nd those lac king in initiati" e a nd ima g in atio n. One of th e g r ea t A m e ri c;) n lea d e r s in sc ie n ce in th e war effort ha s r efe rr ed to the " haza rd or long-es t a bii s hed com p e t e nc e," a nd he co mm e nt ed t hat some of t he lar ge r a nd lon g es ta bli s h ed ln e rican indu stria l corporation s w e r e " co mplac e nt ly co nfid e n t that they we r e th e last word on ce r tain s ubj ect s." T h ey w e r e s o s ur e t ha t ce rt a in pro j ec t s w e r e doom ed to fai lur e that some of t he s mall e r co rporation s we r e g iv e n t h e o pportuni ty to p rove t he p roject s co uld s ucceed. Gnder the Free En t e rj}r is e sys t e m, lon g-establi s hed compet e nce of g r ea t corpo ratio ns is not I' ve r ed by the brilliant r esearc h Scie n ti s t a nd Engin ee r. ' Se lf-sa ti s fac tion on t he pa r t of ol d and pow e rful or ga niz at ion s may r es ul t eve ntuall y in dec lin e a nd fai lur e. M ediocrity of method s and pro du cts wi ll r es ul t in th e ultimat e fai lur e of co rporation s, a s well a s indi vi dual s. O ne of our economi t s has sa id that t he Amer ica n sys t e m of Free E n te rpri se do es not s ub s idi ze the weak or pena li ze t h e s tron g, but pe rmit s t he public to profit by th e ge niu s of tho se II'ho g ive it w hat it wa n ts . Indus tri a l pro g ress in t he 'C ni ted States und er the sys te m of Free E nt e rpr is is due in part to th e edu ca tional sys t em w h ic h has mad e po ss ibl e th e trai n in g of boy s of hi g h sc hool age in manual art s. Efforts to popula ri ze m ec hani cs , sc ie nce, and tec hn o lo gy ha ve b ee n mo s t s ucce ss ful ; t he n e w ss ta nd s co nt a in a nu m be r of pe ri o di ca ls planned for thi obj ectiv e. A lm o s t every bo y know s some thin g of a u tomobil es, motor s, e ng in es, ra dio , elec tricity, etc. H e ha s b _come p rofi cie n t with tool s ; he e njo ys th e makin g of mo del a irplanes a nd th e sa lva g in g and r e bu ildin g of a utomo b iles that have bee n junked. It is a r ea l, in s pirin g gam e for the , m e rica n yo uth to build an d co ns tr uct, to mak e thin gs run , .Ind to make cleve r ga d ge ts. This fac ult y to invent an d build ha s prove n of g rea t sig-

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nificanc e in th e Ame ri ca n wo rld of Free En te rpri se. \"'hil e thi s hcu lt y is not exclu sive ly America n, it is s ur ely predom in a n t in Am e rican yo uth ; w h e n d eve loped in o ur y outh, it is som e t h in g th a t li ves and s purs us on to exce l. T he America n sys te m of Free Ente rp ri se has g iv e n th e e n g in ee rin g p rofess ion a s pl e ndid oppo r tunit y fo r mo s t con s tru ct ive work; a nd , a s a r es ult , much of th e phenom na l in du s trial deve lopm e nt in the U nit ed Stat es has b ee n du e to th e activiti es and t he nt e rpri se of e n g ine e rs, invento rs, and scie n tis ts . Ofte n w e a r e so clo e to act ivit ies a nd deve lopm e nt th a t we do not app r ec i;cte th eir s ig nifi ca n ce a nd p roportion s. F ew of us h a ve rea li zed w hat ha s b ee n g oi n g on in th e U nit ed S tat es in the last tw e nt y -five yea r s. \ "'e acce pt mod e rn mi,ac les a s if th ey w e r e commonp lace. Sometim es it tak s a world war, or oth e r catast roph e, to mak e us r ea li ze wh a t r es o ur ces we po ssess , w hat powe r w e have as a nation, a nd w hat we ma y acco mpli s h if w e use ou r hum a n pow e r a nd our ot h e r r es ources e ff ec tiv ely . Mor eove r, mo s t of us fa il to app r ec ia te th e b less in gs of livin g in thi s lan d of Free En te r pri se . A famo us Ame r ica n s howma n coin ed th e phra e, "G lori fy th e A m e rican g irl. " I t is tim e th a t t h e g r eat se r vice, edu cati o nal , r eli g iou s, frat e r nal , a nd patr iotic or ga ni za tio n s tart national mO\' e m e nt s to g lo ri fy A m e ri ca n in s titution s, the A m e ri ca n way of li fe at it s bes t, a nd Ame ri ca n F ree E nt e rpri se. A nu m b e r of yea r s a g o, th e r e was h eat ed di sc Ll ss ion in ce rtain cir cles to th e e ffect tha t ther e s hould be a morato r ium on sc ie nti fic r esearch b eca use s uc h r api d pro g r ess \\' as b e in g mad e in sc ience, tec hnol o gy, and e ng in ee rin g that, in t he o pinion of som e, th e wor ld mi g h t be better off if condition s s hould b e s ta bili ze d a nd s tand a rdi ze d. Thi s a ss um ed that th e res ult s of pro g r ess in some loca liti es an d in ce rt a ir~ fi e ld s of e nd e8vor ca use d socia l di s turban ces th a t \';e r e g r eat e r than t he b e n efi ts of inno\'ation s and ad vanc es . " Th e Impa ct of Scie nce upon Soc iety ," "Soc ial Tr e nd s," a nd "Econ om ic C han ges " w e re r ev ie w ed a nd ana lyzed , a nd th e Sc ie n ti s ts a nd t h e En g in ee rs w r e bl a m ed fo r much of t he mi se ry t he n exi st in g in th e worl d. Th e r e we re those who fa"o r ed an " economy of sca r cit y," r at he r t ha n a n "eco nomy of a bunda nce ." Now t h e s ituation ha c ha nge d. Fortunately, t he e ng in ee rin g g raduat es of 19-1 7 a r e beg innin g t he ir lif e work a t a ti m e w h " n eve ryo n ag rees that we n ed mor e p rodu ctio n. Th e r e is a g r eat nee d fo r const ru ction of buildin gs, road s, brid ges, e tc., a ll o \' e r th e worfel . X ew prog r ams for indu s try, ne w pro cesses of ma nu fact u re, and n e w prod uct s awa it d e,¡e lopm e nt. T h buildin g o f a ir ba ses, har bo rs , a n d road s in h ith e rt o r e mot e co rn e r s of t he wo rld ha s mad e accessibl e many natu ral r es o ur ces which now ca n be deve loped eco nomi cal ly. .' \ n umb e r of cou n t ri es h av in g fi ne nat ur a l r es o ur ces, but on ly limi te d cap it al and few tec hni ca l m e n, rea li ze t ha t s uc h r es o ur ces pro ba bl y can be made a n important so u rce of nationa l in co m e fo r th e m, if nit ed State s e n g in ee rs a nd L.'nited States cap ita l ca n b e indu ce d to b ecome pa rtn e rs in th e ex ploit at ion of th ese r es ources . In bri ef, both at home an d a broad t he ' ng in ee rs, clenti s ts, an d T ec hnolo g is t s ar e now r ecog ni ze d as pos sess ing the q ua lificatio ns necessa ry to lead th e way in incr a s in g p r od uc tion , in reco n s truction, a nd in p ro mpt re ha bil ita ti o n of countri es devas tat ed by wa r. T he t ec hni cal wo rld in \\'h ich \\' e li,-e is not s tati c, it is a world of p r o g r ess,-it is d y nam ic. Th e America n wo r kpowe r is a n ove r w he lmin g fo rce. I t may be dir ect d by th e En g in ee rs a nd th e Sc ie nti sts to accom pli s h wond e rs in peace . as w ell as in war. Th e technica l g radu a t e of 19-17 are e n lis t in g in th e E ng in ee r ing Corp s of th e g r ea t es t nation in th e wo rld , with un s u rpa ssed opj)o rtuniti es a nd a s har e in th e r es pon s ib ility of upholdin g th e h ig h s tandard s o f a proud an d honor ed profes s ion.

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Ove r 4.+ y ea r s ago our illu s triou s found e r s r eap ed t he r eward of th e ir labors, w he n Gamma Xi c ha pte r of Si g ma The K appa Sigma H ouse l u frat ernit y wa s officially in s tall ed on Jan. 8, 1903. That T he pas t y ear ha s brou g h t many o ld fac es ba ck to t he dat e mark s t he e ntranc e of th e fir s t socia l fra te rnity on th e Kappa Si g hou se . D urin g th e war th e memb e r s hi p fell to as MSM camplls. low as fo ur m e n a t o ne tim e, and ofte n it see m ed a s if th e Sin ce tho se fir s t da ys, a total of 430 active m e mb e r s have hou se wo uld have to b e clo sed, but th e bo ys w e r e d et e rbee n r eco g ni ze d and hail ed a s "B roth e r s." At th e tim e of o ur min ed and ma na ge d to k ee p it runn in g. foundin g th e re was a n ac ti ve c hapt e r o f 12 m ell; now th e re Amon g t ho se who r e turn ed marri ed, ar e " Duke" Blair a r e 5i ac tiv es and 13 pledges . Of course th ese ar e a bnormal with on e yo un gs t e r; Je sse Bi ll Wil son, w ho ha s a lit t le g irl; tim es a nd our e nrollm e nt is hi g h, but w ith normal tim es Elm e r Be le w, Gl e nn Do ss , Be rn ie Sexa ue r , and A rt T ap pe ra pproac hin g w e ca n ex pec t a n or ga ni za tion of a t leas t son , who a lso m a rri ed durin g th eir a b se nc e fr o m t he ca m.+0 s trong . pu s. B es id es th ese th er e a r e man y o ld fa ces see n around I hay e bee n in s truct ed in preparin g thi s articl e that o nce a g ain, a s w e ll a s man y n ew fa ces . Q ui te a few of th e I s hould s tick to th e " Po s t-war Era" ; so wi t hout f1lrth e r now s in g le fell ows wi ll r e turn next fa ll with a " be tt e r ha lf." a do , I will jump abruptl y from th e pas t a nd prediction s o f T h e s it uatio n a round h e re is quit e diffe r e nt no w as mos t th e fut ur e to g ive y ou th e lo w-down on our ac t iv it ies s in ce of th e m e n in s t ead of g r aduatin g at th e a ge o f t we nt y- two th e e nd o f our country's ho s tiliti es . :1.re r e turni n g at that a ge a s sophomo r es and juniors. It wa s O n Se pt. 2, 1945, our armi s tice with J a pan w a s offici a ll y th e ge ne ral beli ef throu g h out th e country that t h e y oun ge r s ig n ed-on t ha t sa m e da y a n e rvou s g roup of fr es hm e n, m e n ju s t out of hi g h sc hool and t h e r e tu r nin g ve te r a n s s uc h a s m yse lf, w e r e eage rl y a nti cip a tin g a bi g se m es t e r at would no t get alon g w ell. O n th e contra ry, I have n ever M S :v!. ee in g as how it w as my second se m es t e r, I had m y see n an y m emb e r s o f th ese tw o g roup s a n y thin g but th e b es t " bag of tri ck s" a nd a S ig ma N u pin t o di s pla y to a fe w OTee n of fri end s and thin gs see m to b e goin g a s smoothl y a s eve r. fi r s t-tim e r s. A t that tim e t he ho use ra nk s nu mb e r s albound Durin g th e wa r tho se re ma inin g o n th e campu s ca rri ed in 35 in a ll (ac ti ves a nd p led ges) . Th e sc hool w a s s mall th e n a nd yo u co uldn ' t help but kno w a lm os t eve ry Min e r in tow n . va riou s s ports to add to th e a lr ea dy la r ge coll ec ti o n. A mon g t hese a r c t wo Int ra mural c ha mpion s hi p c up s; th e firs t t w o S ig ma N u fa r ed w e ll for a co upi e o f mo n th s- t he n it ha pe ve r to b e won by a ny frat e rnity. Th e Kapp a S igs a re n ow pe n ed-o n th e day a ft e r Th a nk sgiv in g cam e t he bi o' fi r e busy fi g htin g for a not he r s uch trop h y, but it' s a ny bod y's whi c h ruin ed th e fir s t floor of th e hou se ; t he sec ond a nd ra ce as th e r e ar e t h ree orga ni za tion s se parate d by o n ly a few third fl oo rs we re s mok e a nd wa t e r dama ge d t o th e ext e n t of poin ts . Yes, it see m s that t he o ld bl ood is s till goo d. co mp le t e r edecora tio n . S o we pa c ked u p our w ell bl ac ke:l ed If a ny of you boys s h o uld ha p pe n to drop in so m et ime belon g in gs and room ed ou t in pri va te ho m es in a nd arou nd y ou ,viii be confro n t ed wit h a ve ry mod e rni ze d int e rior, as Ro lla . H e r e th e c ri s is had com e and s ma c ked us squar e in th e Moth e r s' Club, Kap pa ig m a A lumni Assoc ia tion , a nd t he fa ce. vVith th e sp le ndid help o f our Board of Trus t ees th e c ha pt e r have all pitc h ed in a nd pu t in new a dditi o ns . B u t o ur ve ry a bl e offi ce rs, a nd a g ra nd bun c h o f alumni w e k ep t on an eve n kee l a nd o r ga ni ze d a kit c h e n in th e base m e n t o f y ou w ill find it to be th e sam e old Be ta C hi in sp iri t st ill holding its m a ny m emori es o f yea r s g on e by . Amo n g other th e pari s h hou se o f t he Epi scopal Chur c h. O ur ha t s 'I r e off thin gs w hi ch have r emain ed un c han ge d a r e th e t wo fa ces in to t h e R ev. Mr. J ac kson for offe rin g us thi s pl ace to m ee t t h e kit c he n. Yes, Bla nc h a nd " I nk" a re s till w ith us; B la nc h a nd of co ur se ea t som e of " Gra ndma 's" go od coo kin g. w ith h e r ex cell e nt food a nd fri e ndl y smile, a nd "Ink" w it h The nex t se m es te r found us li v in g in a r e nt ed hou se o n hi s we ll kno '""n t ali s tori es . 12th a nd Pin e. Th e hou se w as s mall for our nee ds-to say Th e office r s for th e pa s t se m es t e r we re : Harold T elthor s t, th e leas t, for th e n t hey cam e, all of t h e o ld tim e rs back from se rv ic e, and our numb e r s in c r eased by at lea s t fi ft ee n a c tiy p.s . G.M . ; Pe t e Bolanov ic h , G. P .; How a rd Ca sse lm a n, G.1v!. c.; C har les Ec klund, G.T. ; L oui s Fra nk , G. S.; Jim Mi ll e r, I. G.; a nc! pl ed ges. Thin gs began lookin g up all a lo ng th e " 'ay; a nd \,yilli a m Sc hirm e r , O .G. Those ta kin g offi ce for th e s umw e w e r e m ee tIn g th e Influ x o f m e mb e rs cl ea r-mind edl y a nd m e r ar e : A rthur Sc hol z, O.1'v!.; " Duke" Blair, G.P. ; B e rni e w e w ere e njo y In g It. Sexa ue r, G.M. C. ; \ Vi ll iam H elm, G.T.; Ri c hard Martin o', Durin g th e s umm e r a fe w "ea ge r " fellow s hun g around G. S.; Ri c ha rd Thomps on , I.G.; a nd Do na ld Ruff, O .G. a nd ca ug ht up on som e ex tra g rad e points. \ V e have initi a t ed nin e m e n int o th e r ea lm o f K a pp a igSe pt e mb e r 19.+6 fou nd us bac k a t 100i Main on ce aga in, in ma broth e rhood , a nd no w have fi ve p led ges r ema inin g . In?ur r e ju ve na t ed hou se. (" Hom e, sw ee t hom e" ; it 's funn y sofar as cla sses ar e con ce rn ed th e re is a g reat in equalit y how y ou ge l a ttach ed to a place.) Th e c hapt e r rea ll y "'r e w du e to th e fact that mo s t of th e m e n le ft at va riou s tim es , that se m es t e r ; we we r e in th e sixti es th e n, and th e houbsi n g but all cam e b ac k a s soph o mor es . As a r es ult, th e r e a re 25 s horta ge becam e a r ea lit y to eve ryon e in th e frat e rnity. Vie (Co nt in ued on N ext P age) me n in th e sam e g radu at ion class .

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FRATERNITIES Fraternity M an -of-the-Year

Sigma Phi Epsilon Installed at MSM

P e t e rVaida, Lam bd a hi , wa s e 1 e c ted Frate rnit y :Man -of-th e-Y ea r b y th e In te r-Frate rnit y Co un c il. Thi s is th e fifth award ma d e b y the Co un ci l ; t h e first one b e in g made in 1943 w h e n \ i\li ll iam R. And e r s on , S i g maN u wa s cho se n Frater nity- :Ma n - 0 f-the -Yea r. I n 1944, h a rl es A. Di c k, Kapp a Sigma, was g iv e n th e awa rd . In 1945, E lm e I' A. Mi lz, Sigma N u, wa s e lec t e d . L ast yea r , Raymond B. Jon es, Sigma Pi, was given th e a,,"ard . P E T ER VAJDA Pete's main activity during th e past sc h ool year was as bu s in ess m a n age r of th e " .Ro ll am o " whi c h, wit h t h e in c r ease d e nr ollm en t e ntail e d a g r eat d ea l of int e n s ive work on hi s part. T h e " H.ol!amo,'· ju st I'd eased, h as met ,,·it h app ro va l on the camp u s.

Th e Mi ss ouri Gamma c h apter of ig ma Phi Ep s ilon wa s fo rm a ll y in s tal le d on Ma y 10, br in g in g to a tota l of 10 th e numb e r of s ocial frat rniti es of th e M S M cam pu s. Th e m e mb e rs of th e P eg is C lub w e re initi ate d as member s of S ig Ep, a nd thr ee Ro ll a bu s in ess m e n , Mr. Cec il H e rrm a n, Mr. \ 'Va ll ace T u cke r, a nd Mr . C h ar les Tucke r, w r e initi a t ed as a lu mni c hart e r mem b e rs of th e frater ni ty. T h e initi ation ce r e moni es we re co ndu cted by m e mbers of th e K a nsas A Ipha c h ap t e r from Baker Universi ty. Th e nationa l t rave ling sec r eta ry a nd the g r a nd sec re ta ry of S igma Phi Eps ilon \\·e r e p rese n t at the ce re moni es as w e r e a lu mni m e mb e rs of th e fra te rnit y f rom S l. Loui s a nd K ansas City. D ea n C ur t is L. \ iVi lso n welcomed th e new frat rnit y to th e camp u s at a b anq ue t at th e P e nnant Tave rn, Sunday afte rnoon , M ay 11 , a nd j\ ss is ta nt D ea n \lVilli ams cong ra tula t d th e f raternity on it s in sta ll at io n. Th e visit in g S ig Eps, fac ul ty m e mb ers a .id rep r ese nt a tiv es o f a ll th e other s ocial frat rn iti es on th e ca mpu s w e re g u es t s of th e chapte r at th e banqu et.

About Tow n and C ampus (Cont in ued on P age 11)

rt:spective c ompani es. I nt e r v ie win g m eta ll ograp h e rs for th e IN. A. S hae ff e r P e n ompany wa s C. H . Lind s ly '25, w hil e Lawr e n ce R. Hink e n ·40, was ta lkin g to e n g in ee rs about hi s compan y, t h e Ve ls ic o l Co r poration of Mar s h a ll , III. Ne al Ham '23, di s trict m a n age r w ith In ge rs o ll -Ran d C o., wa s r ec rui tin g pro s pe c ti ve e mploy ees fo r th at fi rm on l\11ay 2. Ot h e r s we re J o hn R. M cD onald '39 with th e Geo r ge S. :-1 e ph am Co rp ., Eas t S t. Loui s , I II. ; Jo se ph B . c hmitt '42, w ith th e Kopp e rs Co ., a nd R. Vince n t Sm ith, who wa s a g rad uate s tud e nt in 1935, wit h t h e U.S. B ur eau of Min es at Bart lesv il le, Ok la. B ac h e lo r of Sc ie n ce d eg r ees w e r e awa rd ed to 161 m e n , w h ile 24 r e ce ived th e ir iI/faste r d eg rees . T h e g raduatin g se ni o r w e r e o ld e r than th e av e ra ge thi s commenc e m e nt , mo s t of t h em b e in g vete ra n s fini s hin g t h e ir tr a inin g whi c h wa s int e rru pted b y th e war. g oo d numb e r of th e m a re marri e d a nd so m e ha v·e o n e a nd eve n two c hildr e n. T h ey a r e al l eage r to mak e a pl ace for th e m se lves in th e ir c h osen prof ess ion s. Th e R eve re nd R alph i\1. G. Smit h ·ave h is audi e n ce s om e t hin g to pond e r about in hi s Bacca la u rea te add ress, S und ay, Jun e 1. Dr. a nd Mr s. Fred e ri ck A. i\ f id dl e bu s h h a d e d th e rece \"inig li ne in th e gym n as ium Monda y eve nin g when se niors , p a re n t , a n d th e fac ul ty min g le d fo r a las t informa l ga th e rin g. Th e omme n ce m e n t Ba ll fol low ed th e r ece ption and was a gay affai r, ye t wit h a n und e rton e of no sta lg ia a nd "a ul d la n g sy n e " th a t a las t co ll ege d a n ce a lwa ys see m s t o im part. D r. Lew is E. Youn g hold s a s p ec ial p lace at i\ l S ~1 h aving se r v d as its dir ecto r from 1907 to 19 13. H e h as wa t c h e d it s g rowth throu g h the yea r s wit h muc h interest a nd has alway s tak e n an active pa rt in t he a lu mn i affai rs of th e sc h oo l. S o it was of spec ia l s ig nifi ca n ce th a t t hi s fr ie nd of th e sc hool s h o uld d e li\"e r its e\"e nty-fourth Annual Comllle n ce m e nt a dd r e55.

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h ad to c rowd in a n xtra ta bl to fee d eve ryone - th e a rr angement of t h ose t a bl es, by the way, wa s a n e n gi nee r ing feat in itse lf. Even wit h thi rapid incr ease of returnin g m e mb e r s , w e ca rri e d out a full sca le ru s hin g pro g r am to k ee p a b a la n ce of pow e r in th e h o u se-lookin g to th e f u t ur e yo u mi g h t say. F e bruary 1947-th is semes te r g ot und e r wa y with a few n e w faces . \ i\l e've come a lon g wa y, a yea r and a h alf si nc e th e war wa s ov 1', a nd w e ·re twi ce t h e s ize we w e r e at tha t tim c. W e fee l ju st ly proud of th e work of our office rs durin g thi s r ap id ex p a n s ion pe ri od; now w e look forw a rd to a ra th e r s low d e c lin e. Thi s se m es t e r t e rm inat eS th e c o llege care rs of nin e brot h e rs , th ey ar c : No r ma n R a nkin, Ronald T a ppm eye r, A r t hur Fuldn e r , I hilip s Tu c k e r, B e nr y Kru se , J ack Faser, Da n e Boyd , Sam u e l L loyd, a nd J ames Snowd e n. \lVe that a re lef t offer th e m our b es t w is h es fo r happ y a nd pro s p e rou s ca r ee rs ; w e hop e t h at y ou , our a lu mni , will r eceive th em warm ly if it ma y b e yo ur oppo r tu ni ty a n d g oo d fortun e to m ee t th em in t h e bus in ess world. N ow, I'd lik e to brin g out a few it e m s of not e th at have occ ulTe d to m e du ri n g thi s di s e rtation. " Grandm a," o ur s u pe r cook, i co mpl e tin g h e r nin e tee nth yea r a s kit c h e n qu ee n and th e only tr u e lo ve r of a g ood m any g uys- Si g ma 1 u th r e w its bi gges t a n d b e t S t. P at' T ea Dance thi s y e ar-o ur t r op h y coll ec tion is s ta rtin g u p with leaps a nd b ou n d s 'lga in ; w e 10 t a ll of o.ur old o nes in th e fi re-w c lo s t old " \lVurt y ," our tru s ty h o u e do g ; h e di e d s hor tly aft er th e fir e-w e h ave a n e w c h art I' and c hart e r case; ye , th e ol d on e g ot burn e d up-r ece nt ly e lected office r s fo r th e umm e l' se m es t e r a r e John G lav s, comman d e r; Ge n e Moniak, It. command e r ; Di c k How e ll , trea s ur e r; a nd J o e Ea t, r e co rd e r.

Hobby Becomes Business Buildin g mode l trai n s, th e b oy hood hobb y of He ld in g H . M cC urd y '38, ha d ve lop ed in to an unu s ua l bu s in es ve ntur . B e ldin "" built mod e l tr a in to a mu se him se lf wh e n h e was in an A rmy h o pital afte r b e in g re turn ed from th e P hil ipp in es , a nd co ntinu d hi s h o bb y w hil e workin g as a n ricctri ca l e n g in ee r. D ema nd s b ca m e 0 g r ea t t h a t h e g av e u p hi s j o b a nd fo rm e d th e M o d e l R a ilro a d p ec ia lt y Co ., whi c h is n ow se llin g mod I ra il road s uppli e a nd e qu ipment b oth lo ca ll y an d b y mai l throu g hout th e world. T h e C ompany h as thr ee re tai l s tor es in Kalam azoo, A nn A rb o l" a nd J ac ks on, Mi c h . B e ld in g M c urd y is pr e id e nt of th e Mod e l R a ilway Specialty Co m pa ny, lo ca t ed at 909 out h w es t a \·e nu e, Ja ckso n, Mi c h.

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In s pit e of t h e diffic ul t sc ho la s tic s tandar ds, M S M at hl e t es placed hi g h in t he M I A A confere nce s t a ndin g dur ing t il e pas t yea r. A nnu a ll y weak beca use of after noon la b s mor e c r edit hou rs work per se m este r, 'e tc., th e M Sj\lI t eams s urpri se d th e t a c he r s co lleges in compe titi o n thi s yea r. Th e fir s t :MI AA co n fe r e n ce spo rt on t he age nd a was footba ll. Coac h Ga le B ullm a n, ba c k at MSM after a thr ee yea r tour in t h e N avy, pilot d t he team in to s· co nd place in th e co nf e r e nc e. Th e Min e r s los t to the Ca pe Girardea u Indian s 26-6 for th e champion s hip. Th e confe re nce r es ult s for MSM w e re as fo llo ws : NI SlvI 20 vs . vVarr e ns bur g O. O. i\lI S M 25 vs . Ma ryv ill e l'vI SlvI 12 vs . Springfield O. M SM 13 vs . Kirk svill e 13. l\I SM 6 vs. Cape Girard ea u 26.

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Varsity athl e ti c awards w e r e mad e to 28 men. A ll of the t ea m will b e playi ng a gai:1 t hi s fall with th e except ion of g r aduatin g se nior s, Ga le Ful g hum, A nton Leone, John Hazelett, Gil Carafiol, and Jim Steph ens .

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For th e second s traig ht yea r M SM ca ge r s brou g ht h ome th e c hampionship cup s for both th e s ing les and doubl es c hampionships in t e nni s. Th e MIAA to urnam e n t was h eld at Cap e Girard eau and th e Min e r s eas ily defea ted a ll come r s. Gl aves a nc! vVeb e r of MSM won th e double s titl e a nd Glav es cap tur ed the s in g le c hampio ns hip after defeati n g vVeb e r in t h e final s. T e nni s awa rd s we n t to Glave s, \ iVe b e r, Osborne, Ca nnin g, a nd Cha rl ey Ro ss . The MSM Splas h e r s e njoy ed t he ir b es t year in a deca de. Under th e tut elage of Coac h C heste r Berna rd th e s wimmers capt ur ed every meet but one. Th e MIAA h eld th eir first sw im ming champion s hip s in th e hi s tor y of th e confe r e nce on F e b. 20 an c! 21 at t he Roll a pool. Th e Min e r s took eve ry fir s t place in the m eet g ivi n g th em th e di s tin c tion of holdin g t h e co nf erence r ecord in eve ry even t. Cape G irard ea u was runn e r-up an d Mar yvi ll e placed third.

The third confere n ce champions hip of the year wa s brou g ht hom e by th e MS i\lI golfe rs wh e n th ey cap tur ed the honor s in the M I AA m ee t h eld at Cape Gir a rd ea u. Coach John A. St einmeye r prai sed the team for th e ir willin g ness to parti cip ate in the ext ra practi ce r eq uir ed or ch am pion s hip teams . Tony Panta leo and E ddi e Sand s were the s tar s o f th e team a nd the sp le ndi'd work of Kram e r, Col g in a nd Yo un g ma de it a we ll-b a la nc ed team.

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Thc ~1in e r . t ra ck tcam took scc ond in th c ;'[l A C o n fcre n ce Track ;' [ ee t lo s in g to t h e Ca p e G ir a rd ea u I ndian s. H e ld on ::-' [ ay 2-1- it wa s t h e la r ges t and mo s t s uccessf ul m ect eve r h e ld b y thc U I A A . A tot a l of 137 t rac k s te r s pa rti ci patcd, marki n g t h e r e turn to pr e -war tr ac k com petit io n . T h c ;'[in e r s ga rn e r d thrc fir s ts ; rhe 10\\' hurdl c. , mil e and two mil e. O,'er th e e ntir e seas on th e hi g h point M S ;'[ men ar e Kin g with 68, Kirk with 57!;' , Turn e r with 38 )1" S w artz w it h 25, a nd 13ur ke \\'ith 22.

Tra ckme n who g radua ted in Jun e are : Kendall, Bu s h, Carlton, and Liddell.

News Items Wanted

New Alumni Directory Planned

Th e A lumni Ma gaz in e is a r ecord of t h e accompli s hm e n ts and hi s to ri es of M lv[ A lumni a nd it tak es the c ooperation of a ll th e a l umni to k ee p th e ma g a z in e within the sc op e of it s purpo se. Tho se o f yo u 'w ho h ave b ee n r ec o g ni ze d with promotion s , or who had c han ges in s tatu s , or c han ges in job s , or a n ews of a n y kind w ill find that yo ur va ri ou s friend s in t h e A ss ociation wil l w e lcome a c han ce to r ea d about it in th e co lumn s of th c A lumni M agazi n e . I I' s id e n t Ha sse lm a nn is al s o a nx iou s to ca rry more artic les lik e that b y R . G. Knick e rbo c k e r in th e la s t iss u e and th a t b y Rob e rt El g in in t h e c urre nt iss ue. Articl es up to 1000 word s in len g th of thi s n a tur e a r c always w Icom e d b y th e dito r s of th e ma gaz in e. Th e e ditor s a r e contin ua ll y s trivin g to find it e m s co n ce rnin g th e a lu mni to m a k e up th e ma g azi n e. If yo m nam e is n ot m e ntion e d a t a tim e wh e n y ou h a ve l1ad s om e unu s ual ex p e r ie n ce, it is b ca u se t h e e di tors did not know a b o u t it. Tak e yo ur p e n in h a nd an d w r it e that exp e ri e n ce about th e n ew b a b y, o r a b o u t th e n e w wife, or th e lI e w j ob, g ivin g co mpl ete d e ta il s, a nd yo u will s e it in th e n ex t iss u c 'o f the "A lun~ ;1LI S." It is t hi s kind of mate ri a l that mak es th e magaz in of in te r es t; a nd in gat h e rin g that mat e rial, coo p e r ation is n ce d e d f r om eve ry bod y co n ce rn e d. M a il a ny new s item s to th e E di tor, M SM A lu m nu s , Roll a, ;'10 . Th e ssoc iation welcom es co mm e nt s and s u gges tion s on th e content of th "A lu mnu."

.lJl a n s a r e b e in g mad e fo r a n e w A lumni Dire c tor y to b e off th e pr ess in tim e for th e ev n ty- s ixth H o nl ec omin g thi s fall. Th e la s t dir ec tor y cam e out in 1936, a nd s in c(' that tim e },,1 S\1 ha s add ed o ve r a thou sa nd n e w g rad uate . to it s ro s te r. A qu estio nn air e will b e se nt o ut in t h e n ca r f u tur e to a ll li vi n g a lu mni, a nd it is h op e d that all will coope r ate, and r e t urn it a s s oon a s po ss ib le with the d es ir ed in formation .

" Red" Niedermeyer ' 28 Becomes Life Member O. D. Niede rm eye r r ece ntl y b eca m e a l ife m em b e r of th e Alumni A ss o c iation.. S in ce hi s g raduation " R e d " ha work e d in ;'l ex ico a nd Bo liv ia a nd at th e pr ese nt t im e is G e n e r al l[ a na ge r of th e C ompa n ia Min e ra d e O ruro in O ruro , Bol. H e r ece ive d hi s p ro fe ss ional d eg r ee of Minin g En g in eer fr 0111 MSM in Au g u s t, 19-13 . , ,yh e n h e wa s in sc hool "Red " wa s an out s tandin g at hl e te win nin o- hi s " 1,,[ " in b as ket b a ll a nd footb a ll.

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T he Marame c Spr in g tract in Ph e lps a nd Crawford Co unti es, owne d by the late Luc y W. Jame s, is bei n g d eve lop ed b y th e J ames 'Foundation a s a public park as part of th e p ro g ram of p hil a nthropi c ac ti vi ti es in memory of Mr s . J ames b e in g carri ed on by th e New Yo rk Community Tru s t. T he Jam es Foundation is the adm ini s trati ve agency in Mi ssouri. Th e Maram ec Iron Work s, founded by Thoma s Jam es and Samuel M assey, produce d it s fir s t iron on April 9, 1829, a littl e mor e than 118 years ago. F rom th e dat e of th e fir s t pourin g until 1874, wh e n th e plant wa s clo sed b eca use it wa s no lon ge r profitable , th e Maram ec Iron \,york s pla ye d an important rol e in Mi ss ouri minin g , s m e ltin g , and iron produc ts manufac tur e. Th e work b e in g car ri ed on at th e Mar a m ec prin gs tract today wi ll a ss ur e f utur e s tud e nt s of minin g and hi s tory an opportunity to s tudy th e r e main s of on e of the midw es t 's earli es t iron work s. Th e iron work s pla ye d an important role in the lo ca tion of th e iVli ss ouri School of Mines a nd M e tallur gy at Rolla . Wh e n th e S tat e was see kin g a lo cat ion for th e n ew s c hool mor e th a n 75 yea r s a g o, th e citiz e ns of P he lp s Count y point ed to the Maram ec works as a lo g ic a l rea s on for locatin g th e s c hool within th e county. Th e iron work s, th ey said , would pro v id e a nearb y, practical d em on s tration of iron ore mining, iron s m e ltin g, a nd th e manufactur e of iron imp lem e nt s. Th e s chool wa s s ub se qu ent ly awarded to Rolla, th e town which rai se d th e large s t buildin g fund. Th e s it e of th e old iron work s is mark ed b y a fe w ca bin s, th e furnac e, fiv e for ge s tack s, and many c rumblin g foundation s. No r es toration work is to b e don e, but the r ema inin g landmark s wi ll b e prese r ved. Maram ec Spri ng it se lf, which turn e d s ix wate r wheel s whil e the iron work s was in op e ration, is th e s ixth lar gest s prin g in Mi sso uri . Th e s prin g flow s an a ve ra ge of 96,300,000 gal lon s of wat e r dail y. Th e s prin g branch, whic h flow s on ehalf mi le throu g h th e Jam es es tat e to th e Maram ec ri ve r, ha s b ee n s tock ed with rainbow trout and is op e n to publi c fi s hin g w ithout c har ge . Maram ec Spri n gs ha s lon g bee n a fa vorite rec r ea tion s pot of th e s urroundin g t e rritory. In th e old day s, MSM s tudent s oft e n r e nt ed horse and bu ggy tran s portation from th e Rol la liv e ry s tabl es a nd brou g ht their g irl fri e nd s to iVla ramec for a day 's outin g. S tud e nt s s till come to Maram ec for picni cs . It is n ' t unu s ual durin g the wee k- e nd to see a JI/l ine r r eac h in to th e s l~ rin g branch a nd haul out a bottl e of pr ev iou s ly

plant ed bee r. Si nce the lar ges t numb e r of v is ito r s c om e to Maram ec for rec r ea tional purpo ses, thi s p ro g ram wa s co ns id e r ed th e mo s t important. T he r ec reat iona l pl a n s ca ll fo " t h e in s tallat ion of faci liti es s uc h as s he lt e r s, comfo rt s tation s, publi c wate r s u pp ly, picnic tab les and g rill s, parkin g lot s and trail s lea din g th e v is itor pa s t pla ces of natural b ea uty, throu g h hi s torica l areas a nd a lon g wi ld flo we r trai l ways . In add ition , pla yground s w ill b e built. A Boy cout ca bin ha s b ee n prov id ed for th e S t. J am es t r oop and in th e futur e Scout ca mpin g faciliti es are to be ex pand e d and wi ll b e ava ilabl e for oth e r troop s of thi s area. T ec hni c ian s of th e Con se r vation Commi ss ion of Mi ssouri mad e a s tudy of th e tra c t and worke d up a wi ld lif e mana gem e nt and timb e r mana ge m e nt pro g ram in coop eration wit h th e Jam es Foundation. Th e Maram e c Sprin g farm , whi c h wa s mana ge d by Mr s. Jam es for many year s a s a privat e O'am e re fu ge ha s bee n es tabli s h ed as a s tat e wild lif e r e fu ge . e U nd e r a c~op e r::ttiv e agreement be tw ee n th e S tat e of Mi ss ouri and th e Jam es Fo undation , th e es tat e will be m a nag ed espec ially as a producin g a r ea for d ee r a nd wild turk ey, a lthou g h all kind s of ga m e w ill b e g ive n protection. A new concept of s oil fe r t ilit y a s th e bas is of wildlif e production will b e g ive n a trial at Maramec. For th e fir s t tim e on s uch a la r ge a r ea, fe rtiliz e r will b e use d s p ec ifically for th e purpo se of impro v in g foo d and cover condit ion s for wild life. It ha s b ee n di scove re d that s oil fe rti lit y a s r e fl e ct e d in lh e qualit y of wild food s, ha s a direct inAu e nce on the ~eprod u c ­ ti ve rate s of wi ld anim a ls, ju s t as it do es or. domest ic animal s. As th e Maram ec Sp rin g refu ge b eg in s to produce s urplu ses of d ee r, wild turkey and oth e r ga me , the se s urplu ses wili move out a nd re popu lat e th e s urroundin g ar eas, or b e li ve-t rapp e d and used to res tock depl e te d sec tion s of th e s tat e. Th e wildlif e mana gem ent practi ces r ec omm e nd ed b y t he commis s ion w ill ca ll for wate rhol es to be cons tru c te d in \-v at e r d e fi c ient sec tion s of th e es tat e. Thi s is primari ly for turk eys , w hich pr e fe r to nes t clos e to water. A minimum of on e wat e rhol e for -10 acres of wood land is nee d e d for turk eys . Th e e d ges of all wat e r hol es, road s, fe n ces, trail s, fi e ld s, g ulli es , dit c hes and oth e r wa s t e areas wi ll b e fe rtili zed and lim e d to e ncour age g rowth of leg um es a nd g ra sses w hi c h are b e ne fi c ial to d ee r a nd turk ey. F e rtili ze r s to be app li e d on a t es t ba s is includ e 200 po und s an ac re of 33 pe r ce n t ammonium nitrat e, 200 pounds an ac r e 45 pe r ce nt tripl e pho s phate, a nd 100 pound s an acr e of 48 pe r ce nt muriate of potas h. S mall food patch es of a lfalfa, wint e r barl ey , c hu fa an d atla s sargo wi ll be provide d in s uit a bl e fl a t fi e ld s in th e area. All of th ese patch es wi ll be lim ed and fert ili ze d. Swee t c lo ve r and se rec ia les pe d eza w ill be plant e d a lon g th e ed ges of fiel d s, g ulli es, ditch es and oth e r wa s t e ar ea s . Timb e r mana gem e nt will b e practi ce d in co njun ction with ga m e mana ge m e nt. Th e Con se rva tion Commi ss ion- ha s drawn u p a n ex ten s ive timb e r management pl a n. Impr oved for es t s m ean not only mor e g ame but a ls o mor e attracti ve na tural sce ne ry . Much of th e Maram e c Sprin g tra c t was c ut ove r fo r hard wood timb e r to mak e into c har coa l fo r iron makin g. As a r es ult, a ll of th e es ta t e except sm a ll ar ea s a r o und th e s prin g a nd farm s t ea d hav e bee n c ut ove r once or twic e for c ha rcoa l timb e r. R e pea t ed c uttin g ha s already re du ced the numb e r of t rees of th e mor e d es irabl e s pec ies . E xt e n s iv e tract s form e rl y covered w ith g ood s tand s of tr ees now s upp ort onl y s crub. O f th e 1600 acr es in th e es tat e, 110-1 a c r es is in s om e sort of timber g rowth. Thi s is mad e up of 738 acr es of producti ve timber land, 300 ac res of non-produ c tiv e and se mi-produ cti ve la nd , a nd 66 acr es of bl ack j ac k. (Cont inued on Next Page)

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ALUMNI PERSONALS Births A dau g ht c r , S usa n E li za b et h, was born to Gloria a nd Don Fink '-17, on May 6, in St. Lo u is, Mo. M r. and :'1rs. \ !\Toodrow L. Bu r gess of Bartl cs\'i ll e, Ok la., an nounce the birth of a so n, J ohn Clint on March 31. ' \ Voody" g raduat c d in 19-10.

Deaths H o lm an T. Mars hal l ' 16, chi ef c n g in eer of the Nevada :,·lines Divi s ion of thc K e nn ecot t Coppe r Co r poration di ed Apri l 13 in Ruth, Neva da. "i\Iarco" was a member of th e A I M£ and we ll known in Ncvada mining a nd e n g in ee rin g g roup s. vV hil c at i\1S i\1 h cwas o n t he St ud ent Co un c il an d wa s i1,t e r es ted ill at hl e ti cs, r ece iv in g hi s "M" in tra c k and he a ls o se rved as class ba s k e tb a ll capta in, and scc re ta ry of th c at h le t ic associ a ti o n. H e wa s a m e m bc r of Sigm a N u fra te rnit y . "Ma r co" wa s ac ti ve in c iv ic affair s a nd at th e tim e' of hi s d ea th wa s chai rm a n of th e Ruth Sc hoo l board and pr e:. ident of th e \!\Thit e Pin e CO U:lt y bo a rd of r ducatioll. H e is s urvi ve d b y hi s widow, two s on s, Fre d e ri c D. Marshall of Pitt s bur g h, Pa., and H. T. Mars ha ll Jr . of McGill, Nev., and b y hi s moth c r, Mr s . Ma ud c M a r s ha ll of Ruth. .Paul N. As hl ock ex-'26 di ed May 27 in St. Loui s, Mo. H e h a d been with th e Di s trict Co rp s of E n g in ee rs fo r 27 year s, and se r ve d as a Major in \ !\Torld \ !\Ta r II. H e wa s s up e rint e nd e nt of th e Engi n ec r s Se rv ice Base in St. Loui s. Hi s broth e r is Eva n E . As hlock '20. John T. Keen a n ' 17 cl1 ed at hi s hom e in Provide nce, R.I., o n May 30, 19-17. Whil e on th e MSM camp us h e ,va s a m cmb er of t he lo ca l S ig ma N u c ha pt e r.

Weddings Mi ss No rma Rou se of Sa lem , Mo., and Lt. Donald H. S hort '-13, w e r e unit e d in marria ge Easter Sun day at 4:UO p.m. Th e doubl e rin g cere mony took p lac e in th e Navy C hap e l in Br e mm e rton, V\l a s h. Don wa s an in s tr uctor in t he C iv il depa rt m e nt at MSM th e fall se me s t e r and rece n tly join ed the Navy. Lt. a nd Mr s. S hort will mak e th e ir hom e in Bre mmerton, th e ir addr ess is Box 237, Rout e No . 5. Mi ss DC il y se Graux of Pari s, Franc e, and Rob " rt Frede ri ck Dav id s on '-II , w e r e marri e d May 16 at S t. Patrick's Ca tholic Ch ur c h in Rolla. Th ey w e re attend ed b y Prof. and Mr s . Davi d \!\T a ls h '23. Mr. an d Mr s. Davidso n have th e honor of be in g th e fi r s t coupl e to be marri e d in th e ne w

Ca tholi c C hur ch in Rolla . Fre ddi e m et hi s brid e d urin g th e lib e ration of France. H e wa s se rvin g as an o ffice r in th e A m e ri ca n Army a nd became acq uain te d with Comma nd ant Gra u x of the F r e nc h Engin ee rs Co r ps, an d late r met hi s d a ug ht e r, Dcnyse. T he brid e ar ri ved in New York at th e e nd of March a bo a rd th e S.S. Qu ee n Eliza b e th . Fre ddi e is a m e mb e r of th e fac ul ty of th e Departm e n t of Mec hani cs at MSM and th e Davidsons arc at homc at 2002 Vichy road.

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i\1iss S ue Kimb e rlin of Bo urbon, Mo, became th e brid e o f Frank \ !\T . Hu g hcs '-12 on M ay 20 at St. Patrick's Ca tholi c C hur c h in Roll a. Mr s. Hu g hes attended th e U ni ve r s it y o f Mi ss ou ri w he r e s he wa s a m em be r of Chi Ome g a Sorority; s he has been e mp loy e d at th e U.S. Geological S ur vey Ior th e pa s t yea r. After g ra duation f rom MSM, Frank se rv ed as a Ca ptain with th e A irborn e Engin ee r s in th e U.S . A rm y, se rvin g a yea r o n Saipan. H e is now emp lo yed a s a civi l e n g in ee r with th e U.S. Geolo g ical S ur ve y. Afte r g ra duation from MSM , Fra nk se rv e d as Captain with th e A irborn e Engineers in th e U.S . Army , sc r v in g a year on Sa ipan . H e is now emp lo yed a s a civ il e ng in ee r with th e U.S. Geolo gica l S ur vey in Rol la. ---------------------Miss Ir e ne Davi s '-13 wa s on e of th e fi r s t local g irl s to j oin th e li s t of "J un e bridc s" at an a ft e rnoon ce r e mony o n Jun e 1 at th e Methodi s t C hur ch in Ro ll a, Mo. Th e brid eg room , Raymond L Sa nd e r s, formcrl y of Ind epe nd e nc e, Mo., is a s op homo r e at th e Schoo l of Min es, afte r two yea r s se n ,ir e in the Nava l Air Fo r ce s, s tat ion e d in th e I-':1cific. Mr s. Sand e r s g raduat ed from th e Sc hool of Minc s 1n 1943, majo rin g in C hemi s try, a nd is doin g g radu a te work at MSM at th e presc nt tim e. T he yo un g coup le wi ll b e at hom e at 70S M::t in s tr ee t. Sam Llo y d '-17, s on of P rof. a nd Mrs. S. H. Lloyd, and L e ota Faulkn er, dau g ht e r of M r . a nd Mr s. R ex Fa ulkn e r o f Rolla , Mo. , w e re marri ed 1n Mammouth Sprin gs, Ark, on vV cdn es da y, Jun e -l. Salll my i, th e s on of Prof. S . H. Lloyd '21 of the NISM faculty. H e is a m e mb e r of th e g raduatin g c las s of '47 and r ece ive d hi s d eg r ee iil 'M echanica l En g in ee r ing on June 3. H e is a m emb e r of th e Am e r ican Soc iety of Mec hanical Engineers, a nd of th e lo cal c hapt e r of Si g ma N u.

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T he producti ve a r eas s upport red oak, whit e oak, a nd a fe w other s pec ies . T h e less produ ct ive a r eas a r c cove r ed \I'ith blac k jac k, oak a nd hi c kory. T he Co mmi ss ion has reco mm e nd ed that th e p rodu ctive area s b e g ive n a lig ht sa nitation tr ea tm e nt to re move d e fe cti ve tr ees . Ope n patc h es of th ese a r e:1 S ar e to b e plante d with whit e and r ed oak aco rn s. Th e sanitation tr eatm e nt , w hi c h wi ll b e complcted in 10 yea r s, is ex pec t ed to y ie ld abo ut 60,000 board feet of lumb e r a nd 1000 co rd s of fi r ew ood . Th e po s t bla c k j ac k oa k tr ees wi ll be g iv e n a li g ht preplantin g r e lea se c ut t in g durin g th e s umm e r month s to r e mo ve d ea d a nd dyin g tr ees. T hi s a re a w ill be pl a nt e d with s ho r tleaf, j ack o r V ir g ini a pin es pla n t e d in t he n at ural op e nin gs at th e rat e of 250 see dlin gs an ac r e. Matu r e tr ees, exce pt in th e p ubli c use a r ea w ill b e c ut from yea r to yea r as a c rop . Thi s will provid e lu mb e r fo r cons truct io n p ur po ses a nd wil l mak e s pace for youn g tr ees. Thc Maram ec Sp rin g d eve lopme nt is uniqu e in that it conso lid ates th e fea tur es of a s tat e park, a wi ldlif e re fu ge, a nd a nationa l monum e nt. Ye t th e work is bei ng don e b y a pri vate orga ni zat io n an d n o a dmi ss ion or oth e r c ha rges wi ll be ma d e [o r th e use of its faci liti es .

wa s ass is tant s up e rint e nd en t in va riou s r e fin e ri es fr om 1935 to 19-11 and d uri n g that tim e p la ce d into op e ration many o f th e newe r r e fini:l g processes whi c h w e re lat e r to prov e of g rcat "alu e in th e war. Durin g th e war, he se rv ed on variou s indu s try -g ove rnm e nt co mmitt ees co nc e rn e d with in creas in g production of aviation g a s o lin e and lubri ca nt s . .l'rese ntl y holdin g t he po s ition of s up e rint e nd e nt of th e Wood riv e r, Ill. re finery, h e is in c harge of al l r e fi ne ry ope ra tion s . "C le m" has a fa mil y of two bo ys a nd one g irl. H e is an outdoo r spo rt e nthu s ia s t, hi s favo rit es b e in g g oLf, hun ti ng a nd fi s hin g .

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I , B ox 856, Exeter, Ca l. 190,1 the SCOll Co unty ~ Iil lin g Co mpan y, fi r st in the G. \,\ ' , H arris is a ssociated with the Sa n Frano pe ratin g end, a nd s ince th at ti m e in the sal es c isco i\1ine s o f :M exica, Ltd. , Sa n Fran c isco de partmen r. "I-I e ha s been Secretary and Sale s Del Oro , Ch ihu ah ua , "M exico. -M ana g er o f th is co mpa n y fo r s evera l years . Lee ha s tw o bo y s : J o hn, a n An napo li s grad uate, John S. Schroeder is n o w Jiving at 2032 N o rth and Lee, a fo rlller pil ot in the A it, Corps, n ow La s P almas , in H o ll ywood , Ca l. IIowever , after th e fir st of Septe m be r hi s address wi ll be 214 20 bac k a t i\1i sso uri U ni vers it y fi ni shin g h is eci ucali on. Arcos driv e , \,V ood1and Irill s, L os An ge les, Cal. 1915 C lare nce Woods is Pres ident o f t he l n ca ~Iin­ A. L. :'J ink s " Kaplan wh o st rayed fr o m the in g and Devel o pmen t Co" Tirap ata, P eru. H is a ddre ss is 60 1 \ -ann N ess a venue, L o s An g eles engin eerin g path o wn s the Kap lan Drug Sto re 5, Ca l. in Tul sa, Ok la. Jink s' a dd r ess in T u lsa is 1339 So u t h R ockfo rd, Tul sa 5, Ok la. 190 5 Bruc e Williams ex- '0 5 ca n be r eached at t h e 1916 NOTES by] . H. HEAD Bruce \\'illiam s L a bo ra to ries , 620 J o plin str eet , The t rip to P itt s burg h o n A p ri l 19 with J o ptin , ~r o . 1906 Alumni Presid en t K a rl F. Ifasselmanl1, to 0 1'ga ni ze all alumni g ro u p ill th at c ity, wa s t he """ Fra nk B. P owell live s at 605 \\' . 11t h in R o tl a, ~f o , occas io n fo r a re uni o n wilh so m e o ld cla ss ma te s . 1907 [ t was the fir st t im e I had seen Orval Keelin g Ira L. Wright is a minin g en g ineer in S ilver s ince I left R o lla . O r va l, o r Bill a s he is m o re CilY, N ew ~.fe·x. g en e rally kn o w11 , started w ith u s in the fa il of \ Vi lli a m P. Hatch recently mo ved io 71 11a11119 12 but dr opped out a fter o ur Juni o r yea r. I-Ie il to n st reet in \N o ll a ston, ?v{a ss. re t urned, h o wever, t o acq uir e a B.S. in 1923, a n ~I. S. in '24 and a Chem, En g r. in ' 27 . St ill A n d r ew J. Selt zer ha s retired a nd is livin g a t 24 19 \·Voodruff ave nu e, Templ e Cit y, Cal. wo rkin g a t it ; with the K o ppers Co mpan y, I-I e 190 8 was t he un a nim o u s cho ice to head up the new Cl y de R. Wood and Mrs. W ood fr o m Buffa lo, Pitr s burg h Secti o n . vVe had t he p lea sure o f a lso \\iy o min g, were in R o lla in April fo r a t wO mee t ing 1'1rs. K eeling and Bill Jr. week s va ca ti o n. A mo r e fa mil ia r fa c e was t ha t of L o ui s A. 1909 Turnbull wh ose o fficial cla ss is 1922 but wh o ...'1.. ) A . Emo ry Wi sho n gives 245 ~r a rke t stree t, keeps u s hi s attegiance to 19 16. He is with t he "I..l:::- San Fran c is co a s hi s maili n g a ddress. oS . Bureau o f l\1in es and makes his headquarR. I-I. B. Butler who is a Briti sh Co n s ul, g ives ters at the P it ts burg h S t a t ion of t he Bureau. h is address as British Co n s ula te Ge ner a l, '"360 ").[I" s. Turnbull acc o mpanied hi m to the par t y . ~I ichi ga n a venue, Chicag o 1, Ill. It was disappo in t in g not t o see Jimmie D o wd 1910 and F red Gro tts. Jimmie wa s s till in Alabama B. F. Murphy ha s been p ro m o ted to the pos io n wo rk fo r t he Burea u an d Fred wa s a lso o u t t io ll of General Manager o f the St. J oseph L ead o f lown . Co mpany of Bonn e Terr e, Nl o. I-I e ha s been N o t much new s o f o ur other cla ss mates . I-I owwith the compan y for m an y yea r s and was, until ever, in checking over th e l is ts of pa id-up m emrecent ly, A ssis ta n t Ge neral :M anager. bers of the A lumni A ssoc ia t io n I find that m ost A lb ert Park can be re ached at B ox 84 0, Ca so f u s are s t ill active part icipa n t s in alumni per , Wyo min g . affai r s. Th e se are Beyer, Bower, Cole, Dean, I-Iar m o n E. Minor is ch ief geo lo g is t fo r the D o yle, Dun ha m, Grot t s, I-lead , I-Ioppoch, J oh nGu lf Oil Corp" in I-Iou s to n, T ex . I-li s address SO il, K a m p, Kay se r, K ee lin g, Kreb s, "fill er ( L ife), is 1408 :M i sso uri ave nu e, J-I o uston . Scheurer, X.Smith, J o hn Sch um an , Stifel ( Life), J o hn D, Harlan gives 903 Uni o n, Seat tle I, T o mpk in s, Ud e, \'Voo lrych a nd V o gel. An in tet·\·Vas hington a s his m ai ling address . esti n g fa c t is that seven o f th ose narned d id n ot John E. Schultz can be reached a t 36 17 Hang raduate. 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V" OI1 't yo u pl ea se a ss ist m e in r o un d in g up th e II lo s t " me mbers o f o ur c la ss? D o n i\1 0 r ga n is ih e o n ly o n e o f o ut" g ra duat es wh o h a s escaped m e a lth o u g h R ed °NI a he r and \·Va lte r \·Ve iss bac h wh o r ecei ved t he ir d eg r ees wi th us a r e a lso mi ssin g, But I ' m look in g fo r s uch act ive fo r mer c1a ss males a s Jim m ie All en , R oy B e nn ett, \·V a llace B oy le, J im mi e l:fa nr a han , Ott o :Mi tt . L o u E hl er s, E.u ge ne Ca mpbe ll , S h o r ty Co rey, J [a r o ld Hubba rd , t he M a rqui ss brot he r s, B o b Mill e r , C liff Si eg ri s t, I--Jarry Tro wbrid ge, and a h o s t of ot her s . Ou t'O C·tOW II Firem en ca ll ing o n m e at 25 Broad way, Ne w Y o rk Ci ty, wi ll n o w find m e in R oo m 1726 . Afte r tw ent y-fo ur yea r s w ith C hil e E x pl o r at io n Co mpany I have j us t bee n ta k e n o ver b y th e par ent o rganization, Ana co nda Co pp er ~Min it1 g Co mpany, t o be th e res ident en g ine e r in th e N e w Y o r k office fo r the :M ini n g and Exp lora tio n depar t m ent s o f Anaco nda . The ge n era l idea is t hat I am t o be t he info rmed bu zze rboy o n wha t is ha p pening in A n a co nda ' s te n minin g o rg ani zat io n s in th e \"' es tern United Slate s, l'1ex ico a nd Chile a n d th e num er o u s ex plo rat io n project s ex tendi n g fr o m Ca tl a d a to Bra z il. h ' s fun , too. Hu go Ko ch lives in I-Ianniba l, M o., at 608 i\! o und St r ee t. \"' a lt er \," . Kis kadd o n ex-' 16, ca n be reached a t P .O. B ox 24 1, M t , Ca rm e l, III. ~rr. E . G. D eutma n li ves in Cu ba City, \.v is. 1917 J o hn G. Reilly h as been pro m oted to M a n ag. i n g Direc to r o f Cia D e R eal d el i\10 nt e y P ach u . ca , Hid a lgo, i\1e x . :M aj o r E m m e tt L. Ar n old g i\'e s P.O. B ox 1423, B a lboa, Ca nal Zo ne a s hi s ma ilin g a ddr es s, Vred P. Shayes ca n be reac hed at P.O, B ox i II , B eev ill e, T ex. \·Vi lso n V. Bayha ex -' I i is w o rkill g in the En in ee rin g d e pa r t me n t o f t h e B a ld or E lect ri c Co, I1e r es id es at 515 Ti ffi n , S t. L o ui s 2 1, 1\1 0. 19 18 II . S mi th Clark r esig ned fr om the Sin c la ir Pra irie Oil Co. at F o rt \"' o r t h, Tex ., in Ap ril. H e h as been Chi ef Geo logist fo r t h e So u t h ern Div is io n o f the co m pa n y fOt- th e pa st twen ty ye ars . I-I e will ope n a co n sul t in g o ffi ce in F or t \Vo rth in t he n ea r fu t ure. I-li s h o m e a ddre ss is 230 7 V\' arn e r road , F o rt vV o r t h 4, T ex. James P. Gill is Vice Presiden t o f the Van adium.All oys S tee l Co mp a ny in Latro b e, Pa , I-li s h o me addre ss is 85 0 "" eld on st r eet, Latrob e. I-Ian ley W eis er is W o rk s Superi nt e nd en t fo r t he N a ssau Sm elt ing and Refin in g Co , J-I e li ves in Prin ce ]3ay, New Y o rk at Si 69 Amboy r oad. R a ul Chavez is a minin g e ngin eer and ca n be rea c hed a t Ju a rez 4 708, Chih uahua , Chi n, 1\1 ex. 1919 L. B. Ben to n is an o il o perato r and co n sul t· in g geo logis t with o ffice s a t 1201 F t . \·Vo r t h Na· t io na l Bank Bld g . in F o rt \"' o rth, T ex . l--li s address i ~ 3332 R y a n ave n ue in F o rt \·\f o r t h.

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g round s ub s id e n ce a s we ll a s num e rou s tec hni ca l pa pe r s. H e is a m e mb e r of man y p rofess ion a l s oc ie ti es s uc h a s th e Minin g and Meta llur g ica l Soc ie ty of A m e ri ca, th e Am e r ican Mi n in g Con g r ess, th e Co a l Mini n g In s tit u te, and th e Am e r ica n In s tit ut e o f M inin g a nd lVl e ta llur g ica l En g inee r s o f which h e se rve d a s Dire c tor from 1937 to 1942 ·a nd V ice Pres id nt fro m 1942 to 1945, R uss e l B ige low Cap les Jr. g raduat ed f r om .Mi ss ou ri Sc hool of Mi nes in 19 10 r ec e iv in g a d eg ree in Mi ni n g En g inee nn g. H e worked a s hort tim e in th e min es in t he Co e ur d 'A le n e di s tri ct in Id a ho , a nd the n he w e nt to work for t he Anacon d a Copp e r Minin g Compa ny a s a juni or e ng in ee r in t he T es t ing d e partme nt. D r , Ca ple s did ex pe r imenta l 1No rk o n the e lec trol y ti c zin c proce ss , a nd he in collabora tion wit h two ot he r e n g in ee r s brou g ht th e e iect rol y ti c z in c process o u t of t he la boratory

a nd mad e it a comm e rci a l rea lit y , H e wa s made A ss is ta nt S u perinte nd e nt of th e e le c tro ly t ic z in c pla n t at A na conda a nd was lat e r mad e S u pe rin te nd e nt of th e z in c pl a nt at G r eat Fall s, IvIont. A t th e pr ese nt t im e he is ma na ge r of th e G r eat Fa ll s reduction d e partm e n t a nd o f t he tr eati ng p la n t a t Ea s t He le na, Mo nt. Activ e in promotin g safe ty a nd w elfa r e p ro g ram s for t h e wo rk e rs, Dr. Cap les d ese r\" es a la r ge amo un t of th e c re dit for th e s pi rit of cooperatio n t hat e xi s t s at Gr eat Fal ls b etw ee n th e m a na ge ment and t he wo rk e rs . H e has be e n ac ti ve for m a ny ye ar s in th e Mo n ta na s e c tio n of th e A I ME, a nd he is a m e mb e r of th e Am e rican Zi nc In ~ titu te.

D r, Cap les ha s ta ke n a g r eat int e res t in comm unit y a c tivit y and has bee n pr es id e nt of th e Co m m uni ty C h es t Boa rd at Gr eat Fa ll s a s we ll a s hav in g bee n a dir ect or of th e boa rd fo r m a ny yea r s. H e is a pa s t p r es id e nt of t he Kiwa ni s C lub , a m emb e r of the Sc hoo l Boa rd , ,} ;ld a dir e cto r of th e Firs t Na tion a l Ba nk.

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ALUMNI PERSONALS 1920 'Tom V,,' . Leach is a geo logi s t with office s in t he l-lunt B u ildi n g in Tul sa, Okla. -1\1:. T. Terry call be reached in Tul sa , Okla., at 7 \"i . 14th s treet, c/ o Amba ssador J":I otel. George Burnet liv es in Omaha, Neb., at 529 So uth 31 S t aven ue.

1922 Roland J. Lapee wa s a camp u s visitor on ~\[ ay S. A Aying enthu s ias t, Ro la nd flew hi s OW 1I private plane from Great Fall s, :M ont" to vi s it in S ulliv a n, 1\10. I-Ie ha s recently been promoted to Plant l\rfeta llu rg ist for the Anaconda Copper :,\fining Co mpa ll Y at Great Fall s, i\r[onL, taki n g the po s ition m ade vacant by the death of II. Iv1. Doran ex-' I 9, who d ied la st year. Roland' s horne address i s 23 S m e lte r I-Till , Great Fall s, ~I o nta ll a.

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Roger 1. C. Mannin g is a mining enginee r with the Arizona Department o f Mineral Res ou r ces. tIi s address is R oute No.2, Box 300, P -hoenix, Ariz. G. S. Wyman is in Ch u quicamata, Ch il e, with the Chi le Exp lo r at io n Co. Edward J . Torre n ce is mill mctallurgi st for the Braden Copper Co., Rancagua, Chile. George L . Ri c h ert ha s m oved to 230-l No r th J o rdan St reet in Oklah o ma City, Okla. 1923 E. T ay lor "Polar Bear " Campbell is n o w a se ni or ~ n gil1eer w ith the Department of lIighway Planning of the :M i sso uri State I-lighwa~' Department. Th e Chief of Party, on the Road Inventory Survey, ((Polar Bear" is now in Ja ckso n County r evis in g the department ba se maps of that co unt y. Hi s permanent add r ess i s 857 King s avenue, Springfield , 1\01 0 . Cecil A. Tu r ner is li v in g in San Gabriel, Ca1., at 737 N . San Gabriel Blvd. V\l ayne Sha nn o n Frame wa.s in R o ll a, Iv{ay 14, \ \ ·ayne is with the Union Electric Co. at Bagllell Dam. V\Ta rr en E. Ten Ey ck ca n be I·eached at 411 Jergin s Tru st B ldg., Long Beach 2, Cal. 1\1"r. Nea l Ham, di str ict sa les manager with the Ingerso l-Ra n d Compa n y o f St. Louis, wa s o n the campu s May 2 in terviewing s en io r s fo r emp loy ment with tha t firl11 . 1924 R obert C. Zevallos is handling the indu st rial advert is ing fo r D o rl and Inc., 24i Park avenue, New York City. G . T. Dierking ha s been o u t of the Un ited S't ares m ost of the time the last seve n yea r s, lIe wa s ca ll ed to active dut y in 1939 in the Civil Eng in eer Corps, U . S. Navy, at Pearl I-Iarbor, and wa s "i ni tiated" b y the b litz of Dec. 7, 194 1. In 1943, he wa s rai sed to the rank of Comman· der and se nt to the so u th w est Pacifi c a s officerin-charge o f the 30 1st Construction Battali o n a ss igned the duty of dredgin g harbors, b uil ding piers and dock s, cl earing hal·b o r s of s unken s hip s and rendering aid to s hore ba s ed ba tta lion s. J·I e wa s then appo in ted A ss istan t Publi c \.y o rk s Offic e r at the Naval Station in Norfolk, Ya., and relea sed from the service in ·M ay, 1946. George is now back with h is o ld company , l:"o rd , Bacon and Davi s Con st ructi o n Corporation. He is temp o rarily wo rking in Denver, and hi s per m anen t addre ss is 80 5 So uth Grand, f\{ o nroe , La. Arch \\' . Na ylor, II, is living at 1962 So uth Point View, Lo s Angele s 34, Cal. Arch 's so n, Arch \N. Nayl o r, III, is co n s id eri n g enro llin g at M S M th is Jail. Andrew D evereux g iv es 794 1 Dob so n avenue, Chicago, a s hi s home add re ss. I-I e is chief m etallurgist for the Gold s mith Bro s ., 1300 W. 59 th s treet, Ch icago 36, Ill. J. Lewi s Andrew s is di r ect o r o f engineering .f or the Cheffo rd 1\1anufacturing Co . in Fairfie ld, I II. I-l is addre ss in Fairfield is 201 S. W. 11 th s treet. C. L. K emper is w ith the C o mpa g nie Aralllayo de Minas, Ca s ill a 674, La Pa z, B o li via. 192 5 F. N . Stro ng is chief enginee r for the Springfie ld B ody and Tra il el- Company, which s pecializes in ga so lin e t ran s port a n d gaso li ne truck tanks. I-li s bu si n ess addre ss is 1405 College St. , S p ringfie ld, M o . Guy C. Cunningham addr e ssed a joint sess ion

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o f the st ud en t chapter of the American I n s titu te of Cile mi ca l Engineers and A lpha Chi S ig m a on April 17 ill Ro ll a. Guy is in charge of the \Voodriver plant o f t he She ll O il Co m pa n y at Wood· ri ver, I ll. Tom Eaga n is with the Coope l--Be sse mer Co r p., in Gr ove C it y, Pa . Hi s h o me addre ss is 5 I 5 vV ood la nd avenue, Grove City. Char les I-I. Lind sly wa s 011 the campu s April l-l, interviewing for the Shaffe r Pen Co . of Ft. :Macl iso n , I owa . Irvin G. K n oebel is a chemi s t for the Bellevi ll e Sewage Treatment p lant. ]-Te liv es a t 403 South 11th Street in Be ll evi ll e, I ll. Th e mai ling adch-ess o f Wil li am F. Hau ck is Box 129, IV[ o rri so n , Il l. 1926 J-[arry C. Birchard is a ssoc iated with the firm o f Bircha rd a nd Robert s, gene ral co ntr actor s, 200 So u th Ver n o n, Dearb o rn , i\1ich. ·H e rb ert Shear ex -'26 is w it h the Triu mph M_ining Company, in T r iumph , Idah o . H ollis E. (B uddy ) M c Bride is a cont r aCtor in Bates v ill e, Ark. Capt. vVilbur East arr ived recently for a visit \\·ith friend s an d relat ives in R olla . Capt. Ea st is an in st ruc to r at the Kemper :M ili tary Academy at Boo nvi ll e, i\1o. I-Je p lan s to leave Jun e 18 for Illin ois, whe r e he wi ll teach at a b oys' camp fo r the s ummcr. 1927 Ed Parso n with h is wife and two chi ldren sa il ed from New York fo r Chuqu icamata, Ch il e, on 1\1:av 11. Ed i s assoc iate d with t he Chile Exp lor;t ion Co . R. F. M cC a w is manager of the Con st ruc t ion div is ion of the R adio Corporation of A meri ca. Bob's addre ss is Box 182, Camden, N .J . 1928 J oh n E . Webe r w as o n the can~pu s 1\1ay ) 0 . lIe wa s in R o ll a atte ndin g a Board of Control meeti n g of Theta K app a Phi fraterni ty. J ack is w·i th the St. J oseph · Lead Co m pa n y, and h is home address is 3334 Church street , Bonne Terre, M o . Nlaj . 11. B . Morela n d sa il ed fr o m New Y ork fo r German y o n Jun e 5. I f a ward has b een s tat ioned at F t. Lewi s, Wash., s in ce April, 1946. I-fi s permanen t add ress is 501 \ 'Y' . Chest n ut St., R o bin so n , Il l. S . D. Hodgdon li ve s at 4724 Neo la dr ive, Da ll a s 9, T ex . Edward C. M ill er is teachi n g in the Schoo l o f Chem ica l and Meta llul-g ical E n g ineerin g at Purdue U n iversity in La fa yette, Ind. 1929 B. R. Coil is gene r a l superin tendent of the i\fiam i Coppel- Company, i\1iami, Ari z. E. A. Crawfo r d is w ith tile Sperry Produc ts Tnc., Ho b o k en, N T Hi s ho m e is in Cliff s ide Park, N .J. , at 483 Oakd c n e avenue. Loui s I-I. S c hue tte is associated with the S und s trancl :M achine T ool C o ., 253 1 Eleve nt h s treet, Rockfo rd , Ill. r-Ie re s ide s at 2215 }"ree111011t, R ock ford , Ill. R. P. Baumgartner li ves at J 6-l8 i\1iriam St., Pitt s burgh 18, Pa. 193 0 \ iVillial11 T1. K elle r re s id es in St. L o ui s, "\1 0 ., at 462i She nandoah ave nue. Bill . is employed by Toh n s--M anvi ll e in St. L o ui s . - f.. P. M c Carthy is field s u perv iso r fo r S pe rr y Product s, l11c., Hobo ken , N T H e li ves at 6020 Blvd. Ea s t, Wes t New Y o rk , N.J. The new addre ss of R oy S. M art in is 31 Bays id e avenue, Edgewood 5, Rh ode I s land. 1931 F. E. W e nger is a sso c iated with R u sse ll & Axon, cons ultin g e n g in eer s, 6635 Delmar Blvd. , Univer s ity Cit y 5, i\10. l -fe re s ides at 1 1-l 8 Boland place, Richm o nd rr eight s J 7, 1\1 0. J ack N . Conley wh o is empl oy ed by the Seab o ard Oil C o . o f De laware, recently moved 1.0 Ardmore, Okla. J ack live s at 20 D s treet in Ardmore. Vv' illi s I T. Wam sley is acting a ssociate mine s up er intendent for the C l imax 1\{o lv bdenum Co. ]-f is mai ling ad dress is P . O. B ox' 18, Climax, Colorado. C lyde E. Wilhite li ve s in Da ll a s, Te x., at 2438 Sa lerno dr i\Fe. lIe is a ss is tant ch ief o f the Sa fety and Accident Prevention branch of the U. S.

Engi neers. 1932 George J. Koch J r. wh o is s pecial agen t for the Nat io nal A ssociation o f Fire U ncierwl-il.ers, was o n the ca mpu s Apr il I I. Geo l·ge li ve s at 1920 I-I ayse lto n dri ve, J e ff e r so n City, 1\fo. \ V il li am T. Kay has moved to 715 T we lft h N ., Sea t t le, Wa sh. L t. Col. J. J. Liv ing s ton is with t h e Corp s of E n gi n ee r s, U . S . A rmy , F t. Belvo ir, Va. John ha s returned t o t h e army havi n g accepted a commi ss ion in the r eg ular ar m y, Corps of Engin eer s. :-1ail wi ll reach E . L. Karracker at Box 18 1, vVa l tham, 1\1a ss. Ed is fie ld e n g ineer with the She ll Oil Co. 1933 \>\; m. Koopman is Director o f Indu s tr ia l R elation s for the Olin Indu s trie s, In c., at A lto n , III. T heo . B. Kac z marek is li ving at 11 656 South Lowe a ven ue, Ch icago 28, Il l. Arthur R . Helmkamp is in private practice a s a civil engi n eer in Colu sa, Cal. Hi s m ai lin g address is P.O. B ox 204, Co lu sa, Cal. T ed Hu n t g ives h is address a s Box 171 5, Baltimore 3, Md. ,Valter H. Braun li ve s at 732 M ilford Mill road, Pik esv ill e, 1\'l d. Clarence \!I/ . Lamers is sa les m anager fo r the Teu sche r Pulley & Belting Co. H e li ves at 405 8 Hol ly Hill s Bl vd., St. L o ui s 16, Mo. Ben K . Miller ex-'33 is s uperinte ndent of raw ma te r ial s an d m inin g for the A . P. Green Fire Brick Co., Nl e.'\ iq), i\o1o. T. O. Seiberli n g, Ha ro ld A. Neus taedter ' 16, a nd Vv' . \·V. Weigel '20 were in Rolla, 1\1 ay 9, witnessin g demon st ration s in the la b o ra to ri es of the U . S. Bureau o f Mines. C la ud e S. Ab s h ier is tec hnic a l director for the ~i Su peri o r L a b Ol-atori es. C laude re side s in B ento n \ ....... Harbor, Mich., at 360 Twelfth str eet. W. J. Jab se n is meta llu rg ist and sale s engi. neer for the Ka lamazoo Stee l Proce ss Company. lI e re s ide s at 226 \Nest \Va ln ut in Kalamazoo, i\{ichigan. 1934 Jame s \\T . Darling g ives a s h is temporar y bu s iness addre ss, Manila Engineer Di st l-ict , APO 900, c /o P ost ma ste r, Sa n Franci sco, Cal. Ji m 's home addres s is 19 McClellan Street, AIllher s t, i\1 a ss. J oh n Be n ard is livin g in Rid gefield, N .]., at 6-l 7 Prospect ave nu e . L. H. Jack son is ch ie f o f the engineering and opera ti o n s sect io n of the U.S. Atomic En ergy Commi ss io n , Oak Rid ge, Tenn. T. J. Stewart who is e m ployed by Ge o. S. 1\{epham Corp., E. St. L0uis, Ill., wa s on the campu s o n 1\1ay 7 in te r view in g g radua t in g sen io rs for p r ospect ive emp loyment with hi s concern. T. J. is li ving at 39 \·V ind so r d riv e, Bell eville, Ill. 193.; vVilliam A . Howe is a ssociated with the Gulf Oil Corp., R 00 m 25 19, Gulf Buildin g, Pitt sburgh, Pa. ]-1 is home addre ss in Pill s burgh is I J 15 Normahi ll road. R a ben J-- r. Buck is with the Certai n -teed ~ ' Product s Corp., G rand R apid s, ?\I.[ ich. B o b lives '( at 36 Be ll evue s t.reet S. \IV., in Grand R apid s. \·\ 'il1ialll ]-1. McDill is teac hin g at the Co lleg e of iV( ine s and Metallurgy , University of T exas,,EI Pa so T ex " Hudy 'Kn ~li is maintenance superin tendent fo r the El tex Corp., which is open in g a new roo fing material p lant in Nl a cl iso n, III. Ii e re s ide s at 3623a Fill more s treet, S1. L o ui s 16, :Mo. \,\ '. \'\ .. K ay give s a s h is new addre ss 902 Br ooks Bldg., Wilkes · Barre, P a. \'\ -. T. Book is wire chief of the Seda lia, 1\10 ., o ffice of the Southwe st Bell Teleph o ne Co. 1936 Ba s il O s min ex- ' 36 is int ercs ted in form in g an 1\I S1\1 g ro up with any i\{iners working o r re s idin g in Berlin, German y . }-{ e expects to be in Berlin fo r a n other year. Ba s il 's address is APO 742, Ofif[ GUS, L & P Section, c/o P o stma ster, New Y o rk City, N.Y . E lmer Kir c hoff wa s in R o ll a in April en route to Ok lahoma. H e is manager o f the SL J oseph, 1\{ichigan "Autos " a nd wa s taking his team to Oklahoma for t rainin g. Elmer wa s a st ar ath-

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Jete during hi s fo ur year s at lvl Slvf , and wa s la ter ba sketball coach fo r the 'M ine r s. H e played for th e R o lla ba se ball l ea rn a nd later wa s a SI. L o ui s Brow n s' farm club ma n ager. E lmer is married to the fo rm er 'M i ss Helen H oward, fo r se vera l veal' s Physical Education In struct or at lhe R o ll'a Hi g h School. ~1 i 1t o n F. L age m a nn is a process metall'u r g ica l en gi n ee r with the v\le stern Cartridge Co. , in l. Lo ui s, :M o. He resi des a t 5434 Qu eens A "e., S l. L o ui s 15, 1\1 0 . R. V incen t Smith ex-'36 was o n th e camp u s o n 1\{ arch 26 inte r v iewing chemi ca l engineer s. Vincent is w ith the U . S. Burea u o f M ines at Bart lesv ill e, Ok la. George O. Nati o ns gives his addre ss as B ox 7373 , North K a nsas City, 1\10. 1937 Arth ur H . Barclay wri t es that he is "out o f the A r m y a nd back to s trip-mi ni ng. n An is with the Filt-;o l Corp., a nd g ives h is m a ili n g add r ess a s Rt. 5, B ox 4, Jack so n, '!\.1 iss. The Case School o f Appl ied Science had a sp ring vacat io n the fir s t week in Apri l, givi n g v./, \" ', C u lber ts on a chance for a vi sit in R o ll a. \"'erner is teaching a t Case, whi ch is in Cl evela nd, Ohi o. R. R. Carrolla is an engineer wi th the R aym o nd Co ncrete Pil e Co., in i\{ o nrov ia, Liberia. Ross expec ts to fin ish hi s job in Afri ca so met im e in Jul y a nd wi ll return to the S tat es. Hi s ma ilin g address is 30 1 Sou t h Cedar st reet, R o lla ,

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E . 'Vill iam V olz wh o is with the Bakelite Co r poration at Bound , N. J. , v is ited the campus o n lv[a y 14. l-T is h o m e addre ss is 10 Bartlett s treet, New Brun swi ck, N .J. Jim my McGregor spen t "M other's Day in R o ll a with hi s parent s, n,[r. and ' I r s. P. H. ~ l c­ Gregor. li e is employed b y Ihe 5 .. J oseph Lead Co. Charles F. Benn er lives at 420 :-ral'ga r et st reet I Terki mer NY Gra'n t \.\ ,. S c h'au~b~rg is d ivi sion indu s tria l engin eer for the Geneva Steel Co., o f Salt Lake Cit)', Ulah. Grant li ve s al 264 So ulh Third E. st reet, America n F o rk , Utah. Clarence J-I. H arr is Jr. is co un ty en g ineer a nd survey or with offices in the Co un n o u se in Kew L o nd o n, 1\1 0. H is home address is 342 7 St. ~rary' s avenue, :Hannibal, 'M o. 1938 C. A. Quam is a m in ing engi neer with the T itaniu lll Divi s io n o f the Nai io nal Lead Co., Tahawu s, N.Y. Bram J. Lew in is a ssoc iated with the L ewin}[ athes Company, Ch o ut eau ave nu e at T"'elfLh s treet, St. L o ui s, 1\'10. vVald ema r P. R uemmler is a re se arch engineer with the Battell e Memorial I n stitute in Co lumbu s, Ohio. Fred 1\1. Muell er gives B ox 524, Adrian, ' [ 0 ., as his new mailing address. II. W. MoIlet is w ilh the J oseph E. Seagram & Sons, J nc., 7th st reet road, L o ui s v ill e, K y . YV. E. Stephe n s is li ving a t 9 16 Un io n st reet , Plattevill e, vVi s. Frederi ck M orriso n ca n be reached at 6 173 \\' est m in ster place, St. L o ui s 12, :M o. Frederi c A. W onn is an engineer for E. J. d u P o n t de Ne mo urs & Co. Fred re s id es at 104 E . 40th s lreet, Wilm in glo n 269, D el. Richard C. Prough who li ves a t 6520 Travi s in I-I o u sto n, Tex. , is di s trict geo logis t fo r the n ion Prod u ci ng Co. 1939 Lt. Col. J. II. Li v in gsto n wa s o n the ca m pu s o n 1\1ay 15. J oh n is en rOute to Co ll ege Station, t T ex., where he w ill enter the Graduate Schoo l of the T exas A & M Cell ege w o rking toward a Master' s deg r ee in Civ il Enginee rin g. lIe has acce pt d a permanent co mmi ss io n in the U.S. Army, Co r ps o f Enginee r s, and will make the ar m y a ca r eer. J oh n R. M c D o n ald wa s o n the campu s on May 9 w ith :M r, R o m ine, bo th represent in g the Phill ips Petroleum Co. at Bart les ville, Okla., a nd int ere sted in employing g radu ate en gi n eers. J o hn is te ch nical a ss is t a nt to the R efi n in g D ept . at Bartles ville. He liv es at 141 2 South Arm s trong, B art lesvi ll e. R o bert G. Li v in gs to n is worki n g toward his

Doctor' s de g r ee at Iowa State Co llege a1 Am es , l a . Hi s address is 302 W. 10 th , R o lla, M o. R o bert A, Ca rt er wh o li ves a t 250 B oo ne l J all in Oak Uid ge, Tenn ., is a r esearch ch emi s t fo r Carb id e and Carbon Chem ica l Co rp o r ation . Harr y T ushma n n o w r esides at 8 K e n singt on road, \~'o r ches ter, ~1a ss . J-I e is w ith th e ~1a ss a· ch us ett s S teel Treatin g Co rp oratio n, 11 8 Hard· ing s treet, W orcest er. ~M or ri s Boork y is n ow with Presmet Co r po r ation , 112 I-larding st r eet, \"' orches ler, Ma ss. l J e lives at 45 So uth F loss str eet, \.vorchester 2, Ma ss. A. E . "Du s ty " Rh o d es writes that he is lookng forwa rd to a v is it in R o lla in the spring <;> f 1948_ " Du s t y" is wor1<ing fo r Gene r a l Elec t I'I C o n the At o m ic Energy Projec t in Richland , \"' ash ., and says dTh e work is very interest in g and we lik e it here very much. " H is addre ss is 305 George \-\lashington way, R ic h la nd, "'·a sh. Jack F la na ry is with the L o ff la n d Bros._ Co., in Ven ez uela . I-Ie hopes to com e back t o R o ll a so m e time in the n ea r futur e for St. Pat's . J ack can be r eached at Apartado 605, Maraiciabo, Venezue la, S. A. ~1aj. '!\.1. V. Jamiso n is Commanding Officer o f t he 9t h \"'" ea th er Sq uadro n at B o ri n qu en Fi e ld in Puerto Ri co. 1\1 ar shall' s mailin g add r ess is APO 845 c/o P ost m a st er, :M ia m i, Fla. Raul/ A ra n a is livin g at Aptdo. 13, Chi· huahua, Chih ua hu a, ~If ex . K enn eth L. W adli n is w ith the Nat iona l Ad vi sorv Committee fo r Aero nautic s at L ang ley Fi e ld', Va. lIe re side s in I-lamp to n, Va., at 1. 40a Arm str o ng drive. R. P. D ieffe nb ac h li ves at 24629 Detroit r oad, \'Ves tlake, Ohio. ~ J oh n R . PO St is with the Commercial Solvent s Coq)., 18 17 \·V est Full erton aven ue, Chicago 14, I llin o is. Geo r ge J. D ecker is a n engineer with the Schlumb er ger \,Vell Surveying Co rp o rati on in Midland, Tex. F o rr es t T. Trout n er is living in Centerv ill e, Tennessee. E . F. P olhman n g ive s h is mailin g addre ss as Baden Station, R o u te No.3, St. L ouis 15, 1\1 0. J . V. Spa lding ha s recently been t rans ferred lO Tul sa, Okla. , b y the Bethlehem Supp ly Co. J oh n 's m a ilin g addre ss is 32 16 So u th -tica, Tul sa . I-Iaro ld C. Mill er reSid es in Tew Y o rk Cit y at 160 East 48th st reet, Apt. II T. P h il B lazov ic is li v in g at 124 Yz N o r th T hird s treet, Albuquerque, New ~{ex. vVal, el' L. Goelkel can be rea ched at 2720 Cherry street, Pine B lu ff, Ark. 1940 Armin J. Tucker is a pi lot fo r the Amer ican Overs ea s Airline, flying L ockheed Conste ll at ions bet ween New Yo r k a n d L o ndon . I-Ie is plannin g a tr ip to R o ll a the latter part o f the "ear with hi s wife and 14 month s o ld so n . . I-I e rb er t O. Ki mmel with the Creole Pet 1'0leum Co rp., in Ve nez ue la writes : "1 continue to li ke my work he r e ve r y much. '[ have been d o in g vario u s ty pes o f wo rk , and I appr eciate the expe r ience. A sei s mog raph c r ew being t he o rigina l pionee r s into a new area ge t the brun t o f exp lo rati o n oper at ion s. I am still in the s tate o f Guarico, but have moved camp several time s. SOO I1 we expect to move into we s tern Ve n ez uela. T he weather is very dryas yet , bu t w ithi n a few week s no w, the rain s wil l begin a nd that mean s more hard ships o n u s . r get to enj oy the lu x urie s of living in Caraca s once every s eve n w eek s fo r e ig ht o r nin e days . The city is und er go in g a tremendo u s expa n s io n pro· g ram. Th e American s are doi n g mu ch to br ing in the Am e r ica n way o f d o in g th in gs a nd build Lng th ings . It is the 1110st expen s ive c ity in Ihe world, 1 believe. " ]-I er ber t adds i hat he is plan ning a vis it to R o lla po ssibly in Augu s t. J-li s address is Creo le P etro le um Corp., Apanaci o No. 1329, Caraca s, Vene z. C. C. Palmer is wi lh the Amburs en E n g in eering Co rpo ration , 5425 Po lk, I-Io ll ston 3, T ex . Paul P. K raai is a n en g ine er in th e Departmen t o f 1\{i nin g and ?vfeta ll urgy in th e Twinin g Labo r ator ies in Fre s n o, Cal. J o hn F . R eed h a s mo ved from Tul sa to Brok en A rrow, Okla. J oh n 's ad dr e ss in Broken

Arrow is 3 18 No rt h Da le Street. Lawren ce R. H in ke n wa s o n th e ca m pu s Apr il 25 for th e p ur pos e o f recruiting e n gineers fo r em ploymen t with the Ve ls icol Co r poration. ]-I e is chief pla nt chemi st w ith V els ico l, a nd ca n be reached at P.O. B ox 109, Mars hall, J II. Le s li e M:. P ay ne, 0 11 term ina l leav e, wa s vi s it in g in R o ll a o n Apr il 28 . I-I e s a id he saw J ack Tied e '40, who is wo r k in g fo r t h e U.S. Rub be r Co., in St. L o ui s, r ecen tl y. Le slie's ma ili n g address is 33rd and V irginia, Eureka, :M o . P au l T. Dowlin g recently moved to 6332 Suthe rl a nd avenue, Sr. L o u is 9, M o. Charle s C. W a rd is with the Ra lst o n Purin a Co . Hi s address is 2008 Hem p hill , l Ot. W o nh , 'T exas. A lbert L. Kid we ll ha s been awarded a g r a d u a te fell ows h ip to the Un ivers it y of Ch icago. A I, wh o r ece ived a Sa lis b u ry fe ll o w s hip, wi ll work toward a d octor o f philo so phy de g r ee in geology. 1-Ie w ill en ter the Univers it y in the fa ll o f ' 47. J im D o n ahu e r es id es al 14 11 So uth 11th st reet in 1v1aywo od , II I. Eu ge ne L. Ol cot t is me ta ll ur g is t for the ,"vi Bur ea u o f Aeronaut ic s, Navy Bldg' J 1 \.v66 , " Wa shingl o n 25, D.C. ~1aj. Nor m an T ucker has accepted a per m anent co m mi ss io n in the a rm y a nd is at pre seTl t livin g at 505 E . 4 th s treet, ~I cCook, Ne b . Wal ter J. Carr J r. is emp loyed b y th e Wes tingh o use Electric Co., Ea st P itt sburgh, P a . Ly n n J . R iege is fo rema n for th e Re p u b li c Steel Corporation. H e live s in Ch icago , IlL , at 1645 Ea st 85 th st reet. Guy Brow n Jr. is a special r ep re senta tiv e fo r the Bethlehem S u pp ly Company. Guy live s in Oklah oma C ity, Okla ., at 2109 N.E. 2 1s t s treel. A. R. H er zog wh o is wit h th e Kettle Ri ve r ;J~ Co. in "M adiso n, I lL , g ives S t. Genevieve, 1\10., ~ ' a s hi s mailing address . J o hn J. O ' Ne ill Jr. is a ssistant head of the Exp los iv es Department, Re s earch Divi s io n , at \Ve stern Cart ridge. J o hn re s id es in R oxa na, 1 11. , at 2 14 Chatter s treet. 194 1 I Ial-old J. S chro ed er is now ch ief engineer o f the Bar ite ~lin e and ~1i ll , Baroid D ivi s ion o f the Nat ional Lead Co. , a t lUalvern Ark. H is ho m e address is 303 East P age st reet, ~ralve r n , Arkan sa s. R. E. Fields is fie ld prod uc tion engineer for ~ the Atlanti c Refinin g Co., Denve r City, T ex. J. O. Strawhun is wo rking fo r the Stanolind Pipe Lin e Co., B ox 59 1, Tul sa, Okla . :Herbert A. Vol z wa s o n the cam pu s ~I a y 13. Herb left St. Loui s On Ma y 20 fo r Venezu ela where he w ill be with the- Nlene Grande Oil Company at San T o m e, Ve n ez. DeM ar qui s D. Wyatt gives 1324 'y\'. 1081h s treet, Cl eveland 2, Ohi o as hi s mai lin g address. 1\1. E. Nevins is pres ident of the \ Viscon sin Centrifu ga l F ound r y, Inc., o f \"-a uke sha, ' ·V is. B ob's mail ing ad dre ss is 1207 ~lain s treet, vVh itewater, \V is. H arve y C. Steve n s is an enginee r with the She ll P ipe Line Co r p., JIou ston, T ex. 1942 Ri chard J. Cu nnin g ham is wo rkin g in the s tructura l de s ign branch of the U .S. Engineers. I-Ti s address is 2200 South 60th s treet, Omaha , Neb ra ska. R o b ert Van Nos tr a nd ha s been di scharged fr om military service and is at present livin g at 310 Campb ell a venu e, Sher r ill, N.Y. vVilli am R. J ames is co mmunicati o n repre se n tative fo r the So uth we s t Bell T e le ph o ne Co. I-li s address is 20 V·/ . 36th, Kan sa s Ci t y, ~1 0 . J oseph B. Schmitt is proce ss en g in eer w ith Ihe K opper s Co., IIl C. , chemi cal d ivi s io n . J oe wa s o n the ca m p u s o n 1\1a)' 15 in te rviewin g g radua ting senior s fo r po ss ibl e emp loy m ent with th e Kopper s Co. 1-1i s ho m e address is 24 Tu oca G le nn, Beav er , Pa. Sta n Kulifay is a chem is t in the laboratory of t he ~f o ll Sa ll tO Chemica l Compan y in :M onsanto, 1J I. Stan li ves in St. L o ui s, 1\1 0'1 at 463 1a ~10rain e ave nu e. Kun g- Pin W a n g who has co m pl eted wo rk for h is 1\-fa ste r' s degree at Columbi a Un ive r s it y is t h e author o f t h e book " Th e l='u tur e Develo pment of the Chi ne se Coal Indu stry" just p r inted

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ALUMNI PERSONALS by the Ki n g" s Crown Pre ss, i\il ornings ide 1-[ lS., Lewi s E d awrd Rosse r has been r eleased fr om New Y o rk City. I-li s add ress is 97 L a Sa ll e the se rvice an d is li v in g at 3215 St. ~1 ary ' s street, New Yo r k 2i, N .Y. aven ue, I-Ia nniba l, :M o . T h o ma s R. B eve rid g e is teach in g the UniverRo y L. K a ck ley is wit h the Carrot he r s Co n s ity o f I o wa Geo logy fie ld co u r se in the B lack st r uctio n Company in P ao la, K a n. F red C. Kibl er ha s b ee n di s charged from ]-fi ll s t h is s u m m e r. I-li s ad d re ss is c/o Geo logy Departm en t, U n ivers i t y o f I o wa, Io w a City, l a . m ili ta ry serv ice a n d is w it h t h e Carte r O il Co ., S . 1'. R imel is em ploy ed b y the Phi ll ip s P et ro· his add r ess bei n g P .O . B ox 43, St. E lm o, I ll. le u m Co:' Ph illi p s, T ex ., as a g a so lin e m an u fa cE . I-I arvey Ba rne tt h a s m oved to 630 La n glure en g in ee r. d Oll , A lto n, Ill. F r ed Kissli n g er is a grad u ate s t udent at the J . H. O lse n lives at 1210 Vi ctor ia ave nu e, in N ew K e ns in gto n, P a . U n ive r sit y of C in c innat i. F r ed's a dd ress is 440 Riddl e road, Cin ci n nat i 20, Oh io. J. V . Car ro ll is sa les en g in eer fo r the \ "' h it e W ill ia m R . S t r ickel who li ves at 5806 South. Meta l R o lli n g a nd Sta m pin g Co rp o r at io n o f Troy, C hicago, I11. , is a chemica l en g in ee r with B roo kl y n, N .Y . Jim writ es th a t he a nd h is wi fe, B etty, a r e n o w t h e pro ud pa r en ts o f a g ir l. Th e J oh n s on a nd J oh n so n . vViliiam .M:. Th ayer ha s m oved fro m G reenCa r ro ll' s live at 15 16 L ak e road, W e b ste r, N .Y . field , M a ss., lO M a scot, T e nn. , w he re h e is with F r ank R eh fe ld a nd K en V a ug hn '4 7 have t he Am e ri ca n Zi n c Co mp a n y. fo rm ed t he R a nd V Co n s t r uct io n Co mp a n y i n G. R. Sh oc kl ey is a ssoc iated wit h t h e \-Vood R o ll a. T he co m pan y wo rk s in coo pe rati o n w il h t he I-Iom e Bu il d e r s Co r po rati o n o f Seda li a, t e sea r ch I n sti t u te, O g let ho rp e U n ive r s ity, Ga . E dw-a rd C. M ye r s J r. is a j uni o r e n g ineer w ith bui ld ers o f m a nufact ured , p ly w ood·p a n e l h o m es. the Brid gepo rt O il Co mpan y. Ed 's m a il ing adFra n k a n d K en p ut two " m anufactured ho m e s " d re ss is 1311 Ho ll a nd, Great B end, K a n. 0 11, di sp la y in R o ll a t he fi r st par t o f Ma y. G eo rge R. L elan d is as soc iate d w ith th e \';el· Lt. Cmdr . E . B. Johnson ex · '43 is ai t h e P o s t- Graduat e S c hoo l, U . S . Na va l Acad em y, l in gto n Exp lo rat io n s Limi ted , Ap a r ta d o A ereo N o. 8 17, M ede ll in, Co lo mbi a, So ut h Am eri ca . An nap o lis, M o . R . M:. B r ac kbill h as b ee n t ran s ferr ed b v the E d wa l'd L. Hildebrand is me ta ll ur g is t with She ll O il Co . fro m Tu ls a to O k la h o m a City. Hi s the Humb le Oi l & R efi n in g Co. H is h om e a d· bu s in ess a dd r ess is R oo m 965, 1s t N a ti o n a l dr e ss is 4 17 Y2 Mi chi g an , Ba y t o wn, Tex. B ldg., O k lah o ma Cit YJ Ok la . J oe B erndt w h o is wo rk in g in th e E n g in ee rA. L. Stewar t r e s id e s at 231 2 L e fe ber a v en ue , in g D e pa r t m e n t at Ca rbide and Ca rb o n Chetn· \ Va u\vatosa 13, Wi s. Lca ls Co r p. , write s t h a t jjD o c " D a.y ' 32, a n d Au st in S ch u m an n wa s in R o ll a in lv{ av v is itB o b W rig h t '4 1, ar e a lso w ith Carb ide a n d Ca r · in g h is pa r en ts a nd fl-ie nd s. A u s t in is wi th the bo n Chem ica ls . HD oc" is in one o f th e R esearch \ Ve s t in g h o u se E lect ri c Co rp. in Pitt s bu rgh . Gro u ps, whi le B ob is in t he I n st rum e n t De partH . A. M c C u ll o u g h is w it h the M isso uri State m e n t. J o e's addr ess is 1603 E . Wa sh in gto n , I-l igh w ay Depa r t m e nt , Di visio n 10, S ik es to n, Cha rl esto n, We st Va. :Mo . !-li s m a il in g ad d ress is 185 Be n to n st reet, D o n a ld J. Stude bak e r is pa r ty c r ew chi ef o f Ca pe Gira r de au, 110 . the Grav ity M et er Crew with th e Interna t io na l Petro leum Co., in Lim a, P e r u. "M a il w ill re ac h K en neth Roffm a nn h a s b ee n tra n s fe rr ed to Det ro it , ~1i ch . , w here h is ad d r ess is Weste rlin D o n at !-Ium a n svi ll e, ?vI o . & Ca m p bell Com pa n y, 5924 Seco n d B lvd. , DeR ob ert H ar tl eb is w ork in g o n te levi sio n a n d tro it 2, 1{ ich. he s ay s, "It k eep s m e qui te bu sy , a n d is a n in le r es t in g fi eld. " B o b 's m a ili n g a ddre ss is 12 19 " E d ga r R a s s inier is wi t h t he P h illi ps Petro(~ I.eum. Co mp a n y, P .O . B ox 1947, Okla ho ma Ci ty, S2 n d s t r eet, No r t h B e rga n , N .J. O k la. Leo n a rd N . L a r so n w h o r ece ived h is ?vf a ste r 's Ca p t. B . W. Ha gar g ive s E n gr. Sect., VAC, d eg r ee in Ce rami c E.n g in ee rin g in Jun e is wo rk T APO 777, U .S. A r m y, c/o P ost m a st e r, 1\ ew in g for the El ec t ri c A u to- Lit e Co ., in t h e S pa rk Yo r k , N .Y., a s h is m a ilin g a ddr ess. Plu g di vis io n . Hi s addre ss is B ox 184 . 26 M , B o b Win k le is e m p loyed in the O pe r at io n s .R. No. 3, F o sto ri a, Ohi o. D iv is io n o f the Ch il e Ex pl o rat io n Co m pan y, D . J. Coolidge is a part.t im e in s truc tor at Ch uqui camata, Ch ile, S.A . o r th western U ni ver s it y in Ev an ston, I ll. I-li s Fra n k E . J o hn s on li ves in ~1 ap l ewood , La ., m a il i ng add re ss is 2 15 Ba iley r o ad , Cry s ta l City, at 24 E u ca lypt u s road . M isso u ri. '/. A. T . G ue r n sey g ives hi s ma ilin g add re ss a s Ra lph E ls ea is work in g fo r the Ca n-i e r Cor p. , 1/\ B ox 1475, I-Iob b s, New ~1 ex. a nd h is ho m e ad dr ess is 255 Jul ia ave nu e, East Ma r k VV. B eard is w o r k ing fo r Giffe ls & Va l. St. L Ollis, II I. let . H is address is 465 Foote a venue, We b st er lvIatthew J . K er pe r a n d J oh n E. B urs t b oth G r ove s, Nr o. received t he ir ?\1a ste r's d eg r ees in Ceram ic I-I u g h 1\01. Clark ha s m o ved to 3724 Be r ke ley E n gineeri n g in J u n e. ~1 a t l' s addr ess is 2018 aven ue in A lto n, I ll. . V iCtOl-, St. L ou is 4, "M o., whi le mai l w ill reach 1943 J ack at 3818 Lo ugh borough, St. LO lli s, M o. Clar enc e J. Wrig h t is planni n g a v is it to R o ll a J-[enry N. Sloan is p la n t en gineer fo r the in th e near futu re_ Clarence is a ss is tant reA lpha Port land Cement Co mpan y in La Sa ll e, sea r ch e n g i neer a t n1cD o nn e il Aircraft Cor po raIl l. I-l i-s h o me is in Peru, III. , at 1310 Bluff St. t io n. I-li S mail in g ad ell ess I S 503 1 L o tu s ave n ue, V\'a lde m ar 1\1. D re ssel is a geo log isl w ith the St L o UI S 13, Mo Gulf O il Corp., lI'I idl and, Tex . I·I is mailin g ad· vV illi am G. Ho ff m a nn is with the So u thwe s tdr ess is B ox 11 50, Mid la n d, T ex . ern B ell .T elepho ne Co ., in St. L ou is .. I-l is home ~ ~~r ed }. ~ a da v i c h is a grad~ate " s.tude n t at addr e ss IS 3963 Palm s tr eet , St. L OUI S 7, M o. 'Nu r. He It ves at 3 16 Mem o nal dn ve, Cam· C lar ence A. L amb elet is teachi n g in the Cerb,-id ge, 1'1'I a ss. amic s De par t m e n t at Ru tge rs U niv e r s ity while 194 4 he is w o r k in g to w a r d his P h.D . in Cel·a mi c s. \ ,V arre n "Vade He lberg is in ihe X-ray di v i1-1i s mailing address is c/o School of Ce rami cs s ion o f \iVes t in gho u se E lectl'ic Co r po r ation in Ru tgers 'Univer s it y, New Brun s w ick, N.r ' \,V ichita, K a n. I-li s home address is 2537 Elli s R. V . Mil ton g ive s 908 North s treel , 1\Tew a ve n ue, \'V ich ita. Ken s ingt o n, Pa ., as h is ad dr ess. Pe ter Edwa rd De s J a r din s is with the She ll K e nn eth E. M eyer who rece n tly joined the Oil Co. , In c ., Ode ssa, T ex. s taff of Petro leum Adv ise r s, In c., 70 Pin e St., J oh n O. Steg ne r is de s ig n eng in ee r w i th the ]\Tew York Citv is n ow li vin g at 3 \'V arwick Rd Sta ndard Oi l Co., S ugar Creek, 1\10. I-I e r esides Great Neck, N.Y. ., in K an s a s Ci ty, 1'1110., a t 557 Evan s to n av en ue. J. V . B o la nd Jr. is a ssociated with the J ohn J. L. Ronat gi ves 5 13 H o lmes s treet, Pitt s· V . B o la nd Co n s t ru ct io n Co. , 27 15 D a lton Ave., burgh 2 1, P a ., a s hi s new addr ess. in St. L o ui s. P . 1\1. D a mpf l ives at 1747 Co ll ege ave nu e, in A. L. P e ters en Jr . r ecentlv moved to I-Iou sEa s t S ,- L o u is, I II. tO il , T ex., fro m St. L o ui s. I-i is addre ss is 3323 'f::. J oh n II . Van a s recently moved to 71 StadPa lm s treet, I-I o u st on. J lbn; place, Apt. B , New Odean s 15, L a. I-I. B a 1! i nger is wi th the U.S. Bu reau of r-, f ax L. 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Jo h n L. Brixiu s is employed by the Sou thern Geophy s ica l Co., S in clair Bld g. , F o n \,\ 'onh , Texas. Kenneth G. Ad c l in's maili ng addre ss is Cass· ville, \-Vi s. J ames R. Snowden is teach in g at the U ni ve r· s it\· of Illin ois in the Department of Th eol'etica l ;1I1~1 Appl ied :M echa n ics. '1ri s permane n t address i,; ; B ox 547, R o ll a , :M o. Gay lo rd C. Pitt s ca n be r eached at 109 E lm ~treet, Pla ttevi ll e, \"' is. Jim Steph ens , who li ves al 2 10 \N. So u th St., \ V;trren s burg, :M o., is with th e Mi sso uri Publ ic ~ervice Cor po rati on. J. H a rtle y Lo cher is w o rki n g' for the \\ '. A. Shaeffe r P en Co. in F ort 'M ad iso n, Ta. \,V illiam A sh ley Elli s is wi th \'\ 'es tin ghouse Corporatio n. 1Ji s mailing add I ess is 2447 North Natio na l avenue, Spr in gfie ld, 1\ 1' 0. Robert E. P a utler, wh ose address is 403 South Oak, Un io n, }'10., is e mpl oyed by Amer ica n Teleph o n e and T elegraph. J a l11 es A. Smi t h is wiill e nera l Electric in Brid geport , Conn. Tho m as .R. P ierce is with th e T exas P etro· leum Co mpany, Apanado 267 , Caracas, \ ·enez.. Ll oyd If. Wil so n' s address is 1\0. 3 :Mi lilary Coun , Rolla, 1\10. Elvi n A. H e nke, who lives in Edward sv ill e , :I II. , at 324 M. s treet , is with the Shell Oil Co .. "Vooel r ive r, Til. Bill y \V . Ni chols is working fo r Ph e lps Dodge Corporation in Bi sbee, Ariz.. J ohn T. Hazelett is emp loyed by ln gerso ll Rand Co. }-li s addr ess is 9 14 Con cot'Cl ia lane, Clayto n, 1\1 0. J ames R. Bryant plan s t cOlltin ue hi s s chooling. Hi s mailing ;tdd .. ess is 627 E. \'\ 'a £ h::~g-t (m. Street, l'10rri s, Ill. \\', P. Tappmeyer is teaching at the South· we St Bapti s[ College in Boliva r, ?\ [ o. J ames \,y_ Snider' s address j" Rt. No. 13, B ox 862, Kirkw ood 22, M o. Geo rge 1. Perryman 11'. is employcd by' the Creo le Pe tro leum Cor p. in 'M aracaibo, \· encz. ] I is m ai lin g address is 409 \-Villoll a ave nu e, :M orllgomery 7, A la. Je sse VV. Wil son is working in Y o r k, P a ., with the Y o rk Co r po ra tio n. Geo l- ge I--l. Wag ner is t each in g at the Ca se Schoo l o f Ap p li ed Sc ie n ce in C leve la nd, Ohi o . Ke ith D. Sheppard is d o in g gradu ate work. "I-f is a ddre ss is Box 275, For nfelt, I"t o, \Va lter D . Be ssel' s mailing addr e ss is 23 16a North Breme n s t r eet, :M ilw aukee, vVis. H e nr y T. Capelle is emp loyed b y the She ll Oi l Compa n y in Tul s a, Ok la. L ester K. Moelle r is w o r k in g for the S tan04 lind O il & Gas Co., L u b)' Area, Corp u s Ch r isti, Tex as. Elo\' 1L Cueto is with the Am e rican Zin c Co m p~ n y, Fairm o nt City, TIl. E loy lives at 3805 \"' ave rly ave nu e, Ea s t S t. L o ui s, TIL :H arl'Y J. Gilliland is wo r ki n g for t he \,Vi scon. s in Steel Co., 270 l E. l 06th st r eet, Ch icago, JlI. R o bert F. Bru zewsk i is wo rki ng fo r hi s Ma s te r ' s degree at MSM. Hi s addre ss in R o ll a is 800 East 6th street , R o ll a, Mo. Ja y L. Week s ca n be reached at R . F.D. o. I. I nciepencience, 110. \ '. A. H aak g ive s h is mai lin g address a s Box 39 . Middleto n, Wi s. \" 'i lb en F. W ege ne r is leaching ill the Civil ciepa nlll ellt at 1\I S 1\1. Ken neth \,\ '. V aug h a n is a part ner with Fra n k R ehfeld in th e R. & V. Con s tru ctio n Compa n y in R o ll a. K e n 's home address is 120 Pine, K e ith R. Bailie' s add re ss is 125 Vir in Ave., P lattev ill e, \'Vi s. Dale ]. Brown's a ddr ess is 5 11 Seven th s treet, i\ l inera l P o int, \Vi s. R oy V. Dento n is with Ph ill ips P el ro leum COll1ap ll Y in B o rge l' , Te x. K e nn eth L. Gill e is ill bu s in ess for hi m se lf in C ub a C ity, vVis. Ri ch ard D. Am el i s wo rkin g fo r th e 1{ agn o lia !:etro le um Co mp a n y, P .O . D ox 900, Da ll as 1, I exas. J oh n E. Schork is wo r ki ng ill Cataret. N.J ..

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fo r the U .S . M e ta ls R e finin g Co. L e Roy M c K e nna 's addre ss is 428 E ast 71h Street. , Leadv ill e . Colo. Jack "F'. Fa ser is wo r k in g for the] n ge r s II· R a nd Com pa n y ill Phillipsb ur g, P a . \\ ' illi al11 C. Wunnicke is in Ode ssa, T ex" wilh Ihe Sta no lind Oi l & G as Co. Cec il C. Baili e ca n be reached at 125 Vrigill 3 \'e nUe , Plau ev ill e, \·Vi s . " 'a lt er H . Sale is' working for th e Am e ri can Sme lt in g & R efi nin g Co. in A lton, III. H e li ves at 6035 Sh ull e, SL. L o ui s , 1\ f o. Geo rge 1. Miller' s add r ess is 3021 North J eHersoll aven ue, St. L o ui s i, M:o . " 'a lt e r Step he ns is em p loyed by the Gulf Oil Corporati o n in Tul sa, Okla. \,\ 'i lli al11 "I L H ellw cge is do ing grad ua te w OI'k at Ihe Schoo l of i\{i nes. Bill lives at 3 12 'Ea st 12 th , R o ll a, Mo. . R obe r t F. D ev ine is with the Battelle :M em ori al, .105 Kin g tlvenue, Co lum bu s, Ohio. D o nat B. Bri ce li ves at 1608 M a pl e, A lton, '11 1. J oh n E. Maka y gives h is l11a ilin g addre ss a:, 19 18 Omaha, Gran ite City, 11 1. "' a lte r II . T aschek is wo rkin g ill Chic;tgo , J 11., w it h the .S. Gyps um Co mpany . I1i s per· manent add r ess is 7 13 Lu cy stree t, Darlin gtoll, \\ · i~ co n s in.

J oe l B. Pomeren' s addres s is 764 Slone St re et. Fayetteville, Ark. Sa m Llo yd can b e reached al 9 12 \I\ 'est J 2th l R o ll a, M o. Jam es D. Su lli van' S permanent address is 320 Nonh i\ I a pl e s treet, L e bano n l 'r enn " Char les S. K ap la n's ad dress is 223 N01'lh Cedar, I lawtilorne, Ca l. J oseph L . H a les ki g ives hi s address as 15 \,\ '. B ett le wood a ve nu e, Oak ly n, N. ]. P ete Va id a is with the .Exact Level s "I 0 0 I ~ f a nufa c lUring- Co., of ]Ii gh Bridge, N. J . j l o ward 1 1.. St a ng land can be reached at Rou te No. J: Newark, N.]. J ohn D. Muell e r is i1l \,\ 'ebster Groves, :\[ 0" li vi n g at 6 V ill a wood lan e. \\ 'ill iam E, H oward's a ddress is 5339 XOI· tin g ham ave nu e, S1. L o ui s, Mo . Ri cha rd G. Ste in er gi ves h is maili ng addre ss a s 10. W Se ll s a ve nu e, St. L o u is, i\10 . E dwa rd P. Patterso n' s permanent addre ss is 47 11 Pari s h lane, Ka n sas C ity, K a n. Jam es Edward Wylie ca n be rea ched at 6839 No rm a ndi e dri ve, S1. L o ui s 20 1 i\{ o. Jam e s J. Cas le r J r , is in W ood s id e, LOll g I s land , whe re he li ves at 40·07 S ix l y .. seve nt h S1. J o hn lI. Stark' s a dd res s is \,V ei;len , T ex. i\[ a il w ill reach Jl e rm a n 1\L Storer at B ox 11 2, Vi o la, \-Vis . Gera ld C. Sears gives hi s mai lin g ad d re ss a s 162 4 Rh o m berg, Dubuqu e, la. \-\,i ll is \ 'Y . Brown is with hi s o wn co mpany, the Bro wn Con s tr uct io n Compa n y ill L yo ns . Kan. J-l is addr ess in L yo n s is B ox 528. G lenn J r. Fri tz is a ll ass is ta n t mining eng-i. ne er with A naco nd a Co p per l'1inin g Co" BUll e. M OIl 1., where he re s id e s at the Y "M CA. Guerd o n G . Kopp is worki n g fo r the T e llll e ~­ s ee Copper Co m pany in Duckt o wn , T enn . A. H.i s h er Hall Jr. is with the J a m es Stewart Corp ., a nd hi s add ress is 3 109 lIag land, F ort \\'ayne 6, Jn d . Natha n R. Sewell Jr . is in the R e search de part me n t or the North Cal'o lin a Stale Co ll ege in Ral eig h, N . C. H is ad dre ss is 2206 H o pe Sl reel, R a leigh, N.C. A lbert ] I. Th orwege n gives hi s address as 7i 34 Snowden, _Ri ch mo nd H eight s, "M o_ Alb en Olivares is working in Caracas , \ "e n ez.. l J e is empl yed by the tandard Oil Company of New J er sey, a nd report s t hat he is enjoy in g h is \\' o rk very m uch . l-l is ad dr ess is Ave. Lim a No. 2 Qta, Coro moLO, L os Caobo s l Caraca s , \ ' e n ez lI c la. Char les T ::. Carlberg is e mpl oyed in the Geo· phy s ical Ex pl r at io n de pa rtm ent o f the Mag n o, li a Petro le um Company, loc ated ill Blan co, New ?\ r ex ico. J oh II C. All e n g i yes h is add re ss a s B ox 1. ~ 10, Globe, Ari zo na. J ohn is pres e n t ly emp loyed b y lite l '.S. Geo logical · ur vey .

"Mi ch::t.el Monte li ve s ;tl 336 unn ys ide, Auro r a , In d. rr e is e mpl oyed by the Seag ram Di s ti ll e r ies. I I. Gen e Ru sse ll gives h is address a s 4465 South E ll is ave n ue . Chicago, III. H e is wo r king for the Si n c lair Refin in g Compa n y in th e R e. search and Deve lopmen t de partme n t. P hi l ip D. John so n lives at 504 Caledon ia St. , Butl e, "M o nt. Hi s j o b is a ss ist al1l minin g engi .. nee I', fo r the Anaconda Copper ~ 1 ini ng Com , pan y ill BUlle. II . C. Dam e ron J r. is em ployed by the Alulll. inulll Co m pan y o f Ameri ca at their l . . afayettc I ndiana p lan t. . , Allton L eo ne is pres e n tly e mpl oyed by t he .\l.i sso uri ]I igh\\'a~' D epart ment , and gives hi~ add re ss a s B ox 265, Vanda li a, 1\1 0. \,V. J. Barnett is emp loyed a s a '"r eaching Fe l. lo w in t he Depanm ell l o f i'vl eta llurg- y o f the Unive r s ity of Notre Dame. Il is addre ::i!i is Box 145, Notre Dame, Ind . "Ivan B. Lampe is working for the Nati o nal L ead "Co. I in St. Louis. II is mailin g add re s!) is 222 LIo rn a venue, L emay 23, M o. Samuel j I. Lyle is em ployed bv the Baker I reat ing & E ngineel'ing Company 'Ferg uso n, !\I o., as a const ru c ti o n engineer. George W ood' s ho me add r es~ is 2 123 South 78th s treet, \\'est Alli s 14, v\,i s. lI e wo rk s for Ihe Alli s·Ch almers M fg. Co. Frank :F. K err is emp loyed by tile Empi re Di st r ict El ec tric Company o f J op lin, Mo. Al ail will reach hi m at B ox 61, J o!) lin , ~"I o. I;arry C. Ahl Jr. can be reached at the Ohi o J3ras s o m pa n y, i.\'lan sfi e ld, Ohio, where he i~ em p loyed in th e T echn ical department. Geo rge A. Alli so n li ve s at 6 13 N o rth 60 t h st reet, Ea s t Sr. L o ui s, 1 11. lI e is e mpl oyed b) the American Lead, Zi n c, and Sme lt ing Com. p ~n)' of St. L o ui s, 111 0 . \\ ' illi am J. Goodwin's home add ress is Roule I, P o neI' road, Niagara Fall s, N. Y . II e wo rk s for the U ni o n Carb id e and Ca rb on ]~ ese;trch Labo r ato ri es, Tnc. , in Niagara Fall s. :L . N . W ood 's preseOl add ress is Yill a Ri dg-e. -.\ ( lsso uri. :I raro ld E. Vog t is e mp loyed by the United tates Gyps um Compa n y at t heir p lal1! at lI eath, 1I1 0nt. H e li ves at 9 10 Idah o Street Lewi s tow n, Mo n t. . . R aY I.ll o nd 1-L Lahm eyer give s R o ute I, Tro lts SUlllnlll, "M o ., as h is m a ilin g address, I Ie works fo r the i\{i sso uri S tate Highway Departme n t in t he Brid ge Des ign Sectio n.

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Missouri S&T Magazine, May-June 1947  

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

Missouri S&T Magazine, May-June 1947  

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