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MSM ALUMNUS Missouri School of Mines and Metallurgy ROLLA. MO . VOLUME 25

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New Board of Curators

Back Row (Left to Right): J. A. Daggs, Powell B. McHaney, Frank Stonner, James S. Bush and Lester E. Cox . Front Row: John H. Wolpers, William P. Elmer, Dr. Glenn Hendren and Stratton Shartel. Story on the new members of the Board appears on Page 2 of this issue.


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Four New Members on Board of Curators Foul' n ew board ,m e mbe r s h a ve bee n a d de d ~ o th e Board of Cura lors of lh e Unive rsity of Mi sso uri iJy r ece nt ap pointm e nt b y Gove r no r F o rr est Smith. Th e n ew m e m be r s a r e J a m es S. Bu s h of St. L o ui s ; L es te r E. Cox of Springfield ; J. A Daggs of Mem phis; a nd Pow ell B McHan ey, St. Louis. Th e Board , with n e w m em be r s , met in Columbia 'on lVla rch 6 , a t w h ic h meetin g John H. Wolp ers 01 Poplar Bluff was elec t e d Presiden t of th e B oa rd , Dr. Gl e n H e n d r e n o f L ibe rty wa s elect e d Vice -Presid e nt and William Elme r of Salem was selec t ed as th e n ew Ch a irman of th e E xec utiv e Board wh ic h d eal s p articul a rly wit h th e affairs of th e Celumbia divi si on s of th e Un iv e r · sity.

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Rex Z, Williams to Head

MSM Deans to Give Commencement Talks Six high school commencem e nt add r esses w ill b e d elive r ed b y of· fic ia l s of th e S c ho ol of Mines du r o in g th e month of Ma y . D ea n Wilso n w ill g ive th e comlllE' ncement add r ess a t Rolla H i'gh School on May 15 , at the B ell e High School on May 16, D exte r High S c hool on M ay 17. Flat River Hig h S c ho ol on May 18 . a nd th e Lil · bo u rne Hi '5h Sch ool on May 21. Assist a n t D ea n R Z . Williams w ill give th e comm e ncement ad· dress at th e Sullivan High School on Ma y 18 .

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Th e Am e ri can Soci e ty for Engi · ne e ri ng Educat ion m et a t Columbia . IVIi si our i on S at ur d i'lY , April 7th , with delegation s in a tte ndance fro m th e Missouri Schoo l of Min es and Metallurgy, M isso ul'i Unive r s ity Was hin gt on University, St. L o u is. Misso uri, Unive rsity of A rk ansa s.

Through t h e generosity of th e J a m es R . K earn ey Corporation of St. L o uis th e Electrical En gin ee r· in g D e partme nt r ece ntl y received a l arge quantity of e le ctron ics e quipment. Th e gift consisted of th e r esidu e fr o m a pilot production run of car ri e r te le ph one transmitte r s and re ce ive r s and it includes among oth e r things a l a r ge quantity of both p ar tially a nd com pletely asse mbled carrier communication equipme nt of th e mobile and fixed-installation type. Equipment Shortage

Str a t ton Sha l'tel of Kansa s C i ty was chose n chairman of t h e Ex ecu · tiv e Committee whic h deals with th e a ffair s of t he Sch ool of Min es a n d Metallurgy . L est e r E. Cox and J ames S. Bu s h a r e th e other t wo me mb e r s of the Executiv e Committee. Th e e ntire B oa rd is now mad e u p as follows : J ames S. Bu s h , St. Loui s : L est e r E. Co x , Sp"in grield: J. A. D a''?'gs , Memp h is : William Elm e r S al e m: Dr. G l e n H e ndren. Libe rty: P owe ll B. McHane y . St. Loui s: Stratto n Sha rtel. Kansas City : Fra nk Stonn e r , Chamoi s: a nd J ohn H . Wolpers , P o pl a r Bluff.

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Rex Z, Williams

Faye tteville, and St. Loui s Unive r sity. The d elegation from th e M i3so uri S ch ool of Min es, h ea de d by D ea n Curtis L . Wilson and in cl ud in g s ixty-five f ac ulty m e mbe r s and te n wives, comprise d th e largest sin gle d elega tion at th e m eet in g. D ean R Z. William s of th e Mi s· souri School of Min es an d Meta l lu rgy was elec ted Chairman of th e So cie ty for n ex t yea r w h e n it wi ll m eet aga in in F aye tte ville . Arkan· sas. A ssista n t Professor J oseph Ritte nhou se of the Ele ctrical En g in eering D e partment at lVlSM w a'; el ected Cha irma n of t h e El ectric al En gin ee rin g S ection of th e S ociety Professor Lloyd C. Christianso n . h ea d of the MSM Drawin g D epa r '· Me nt, was el ected Cha ir man of th ~ Drawing Section for the S ociety and Dr. H a r old Q. Full e r . Professo r of Physics . head of th e MSM Ph ys ics D e partment was elec+ed Chairman of the Soc iety's Phys ico group for n ext yea r .

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In view of the loom in g shortage of electronic eq uipment compone nts and th e r e cent large increase in prices, this eq uipment and th e r athe r large s tock of miscellaneous components will supply the d e part· ment's nee d s f or many sizes of re sistors , conde n ser s, r elays, transform e rs, chokes , e tc . for a lon g time to come , Such components a r e ex tensively u sed by th e Electrical Enginee ring department in th e constr ucti o n of many types of elec· t r onic labo r atory equipment of spe<.:ii'll desig n that are not ava ilab le f r om comm e rcial so urc es. The s pirit of cooper ation be tween in d u str y a nd college which is e vi denced by thi s gift is pre r equi site to th e devel opment of sou n d e n gi· n ee r s e quipp e d to fulfill the n ee d s of in d u stry. Corpora tion Known Here Th e Ja mes R. Kearney Corpora · ti o n is far from a stra nge r to o ur inst itution . ,Tim K earney, President and Chairma n of th e Board , in fact is a g raduate of th e univ e r sity's ,~o ILlmbi a division as a r e two of I(earney's Vice Pres id e nts, J oe H offm a n and Lloy d Crump. Jim Kearney and Carl Stife l have wor k ed to ge th e r as vice- pres ident a nd preside n t r es p ectively of th O' fTn ive rsity Club of S L Loui s and Fred Schn eeb e r ge r was for a Ion; ti m e a n e i ghbor of Jim's . M a n y oth e rs of our Alumni know of K ea rn ey's in terest in our alm 3 rY'ate r 01I'nu gh Ji m 's wo rk in th e Missouri University Alumni A ssociation and from contacts w ith hi "l in th e vi'lrious civic and f r ate rn a l o r ga n izat ions of St. L ou is.


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James S. Bush

Issued bi-monthly in the int erRst of the graduates and form e r students of the School of Mines and Metallu rgy. Subscription price ~1.50, includ ed in Alumni Dues. Entered as second -class matter O c t. 27, 1926 , at Post Office at Rolla. Mo. , under the Act of March 3 , 1!l7 0.

nea n. He is a holdover membe r of the Boa rd of Curators and has b een act ive in University and MSIVI affa irs for a number of years and iE well known to many alumni of th " School of Mines. H e served a t e rm as Attorney Gen e ral of Missou r i 1929 to 1933 . Bush is vice-president of th e Bank of St. Louis and the General Contract Corporation. Previously he had been vice-preside nt of the F'rst National Bank in St. Loui s He came to St. L ouis in 1935. H e hol ds a B.A. degr ee from Yale Uni v ersity which h e re ceived in 19 22 He is a veteran of World War II . h a ving serv-ed with the U. S. Air F0 r ce for three years, joining i n 1942 as a captain. H e was awarded the Bronze Star for hi s serv ;ce" " ' ith th e China-Burma-India Air S ervice . H e left the arm y with th , r a nk of lieutenant-colonel. Cox has had e xtensive experie n c': ;1"'\ Prill cation administrative work" havin g served as a membe r of th e

Officers of thc Association James L . Head ' 16 A. E. Barnard ' 27 H. H. Clark ' 15 H . R. Hanley , ' 01

President Exec . Vice-Po Vice-Pres. See~'.- Tr e a s

Board of Directors Mervin J . Kelly. '14 C harles J . Potte r , ' 20 Melvin E. Nickel. ' 38 E. A. Crawford. ' 29 Gunnard E. J ohnson. ' J G L. A. Turnbull. '2 2 W . P. Ruemmler , '38 H . S. Pence, ' 23 H. E. Zoller. '2:1 J . V. Spalding, >39 D . P. Hale, Jr .. ' 34 Barn ey Nuell . '21

Stratton Shartel proximately 15 per cent of th :c Ford Tractor and D ear born o ut put. He is a veteran of World W ar I in which h e served as a fli g ht commande r. Aubuchon - Bohling Miss Julie Bohling of Southeasl Chica'g o b eca m e the bride of Ed" -a rcl L. Aubuchon , '49 , on Janu ary 13. When in school, Ed was a m emb e r of the Rifle Club , Engin ee r s Club , Min er Board , ASM , G lee Club . and A.I.M.E. He is now e m ploye d with Wisconsin Ste el Works. Chi cago, Ill. "HAVE YOU HELPED A RECENT GRADUATE BECOME AC OUATNTED WITH THE LOCAL J\I.UMNI SECTION?"


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Plans for Expanding MSM Foundry Laboratory Facilities Considered P I;II1S fo r t h e 'xpo n si o n o f Lll(' IVI isso llri Sc li ool M i n es I' un d r y 1:l b Ol'oto r y facil i l i 's we r e di scuss ('(I <It ;1 j oint m eting of lh e I li du s\1 :; ,1 A dvi so l'y Com mittee o [ l h e "ou n d r y Ed u c<l t i ona l Fou n d<l t i on :1 11 I M i ~;so ll ri Sc l lOo l o f' Ivrin es ~ll1d Me t;:dILll'gy o W 'ia l s Iw l d h e r t' IVr , I' 'h 2 n d and :3 n J, D r , E p pel sh e i m el' oJ t h e IVl eL:11 l u r gy D e p ~1rt m e nt o[ t h e sc h oo l. w l lo i s cciu ca ti on,tl ad v iso r 0 11 ti l(~ ('<l l np u s [ 0 1' tll C' I"o u n d r y Ed u C<I \ iu n · :1 1 F o u nda t io ll , st:1 t' d th at :1t L Ii ~ p l'l' se n t Li me , lVIi , sou ri Sc h oo l 0 1 lVi i lH' S is o n e o f t h e t wel v e sc h oo l!: i ll \ 11(' Un i l ed S tat"s desig n ated b y Ih t' fo u ndo ti o n as ;1 pa i'l ic i pa t i n ,-\ ill st i tu t ion i n th e F o un d r y Edu ccl ' I irm sc h o l a l'ship p r og r am . ;1n d th e o n l y on e w es t o f th :- Mi ss issipp i 1\ i vc r. Du t' to \ h e f<tel \h a \ lh t' Sc h ool rd' Min C's h as tli e h1l'gC's t stud en t (' h;"lp lc r oJ Ill!' A me ri c;1n F Oll n ci l' ,v , m e n 's , oc i t:v i n I II Uni te ci , l ales

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;1ncl ti w I r ese n l d cJe n se eH or l s h a v c' concen t l'<l ted stud en t " U en ti oll O il lh e impo rta n ce of til t' (ounci r y il l U u st l'Y to th e n a ti o ll a I eco n o m y , i t b ei n g th e f ift h l ;lI'ges t ind u st r y ill t h e Un ited Sta tes, th e n cessi ty O t c n la l'ge m nt of tl w p r c'sC' n t Sch()o l L abo r a to r y l'ac ili ti C's 11;1s ;l l'i sC' II , Dr P.pp el sh i m el' ,'a i el.

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The Southern C a lifornia S ec tion of the MSM Alumni Associ£ltion held their first "get-together" ot 1951 Saturday even in,;', January 20 , at th e Nikabob Restaura nt in Los Angeles. After a very pleasa nt dinner , Barney Nuell r epo rte d on the las t homecoming and th e bal ance of the evening was devote d to a general get-together. Following th e custom of the S o uthern California Section the m e eting was a mixed meetin'g with most of th e wives in a ttendan ce , Tho se present were: Mr. and Mrs Hu g h Barclay , '3 7 , Mr. and Mrs E Rav Brown , ' 43 , Mr. and Mrs, Bill Fletcher, '34 . Mr. and Mrs P a lll Halasey '28, Mrs. Jim H as3e tt (wife of Jim Hasse tt ex ' 13 ), Mr and Mrs. Don Jan ec k e. ' 38 , Mr. and Mrs . Laure l Linn. '49. Mr .a nd Mrs Barney Nuell. ' 21. Mr. a nd Mrs. A J '. P e te rson Jr. '43 , Mr. and Mrs Cllrt Schmitz , ' 33, Mr. and Mrs K e n Sheckler. ' 37, Mr. Herb Soest. ' 06 , Mr. and Mrs. Herb Ste in '49 ' and Mr, and Mrs, E. Rowland Trag ' ett, '23. St. Pat's Day Meeting The annual St. Patr;ck's day meeting of th e Lo s Angele s Section was held Saturday night, March 17 , at the Nikabob Restaurant with th ir ty-seve n loyal sons and daugh · ters of St. Patrick in attendance Afte r the dinner and the Sections customary introduction of 'guests, R. L. Kidd, ' 29 , showed color pictures taken in Japan during his term ther e as Ch;ef of the Metallurgical Branch, Natural Resources S ec tion, Supreme Allied Powers in T okyo. It was decided that the June m ee ting of th e section would be an outdoor meeting with a pot-luck sup· p e r followed by square dancing D etails are being worked out b y the committee appointed by Barney Nu e ll and members w ill be notified as soon as plans are completed. The following alumni a nd wives we r e present: Mr. and Mrs. Hugh B a rcla y , ' 37. Mr. and Mrs. W, B Fletcher , '::l4 , Mr. and Mrs, paul Halasey . '28 . Mr, and Mrs. Al H e nk e . '47. Mr, and Mrs: D.on Huse· man, '43. Mr, and Mrs. Dan H1Jf fman . '2 1, Mr. and Mrs . S. E. Hl)lli~. trI' , ' 13 , Mr , and Mrs, N a t e Jaffe .

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The Chicago Section of the Alum ni Association held a s ucce ssful m ee ting on January 17, Twenty-nine were in a tte nd a nc e a t this m ee ting as follows: K, G Ack e rmann , '48, W. R. Burgoy ne, '35, D, Burris, ' 39, H. B. Bute , ' 42 , H. H . Clark , ' 15 , A R. Devereux , ' 24, H. E. Diers, ' 22 , E. S . Gminski , ' 50 , W . Godwin, '25, J. E. Harrod, ' 35, C. G, Heslet , ' 37 , H. K Hoyt, ' 35, D. P. Hynes, ' 08 , C. C. Irv ing , ' 25 , A S. Ittermann , ' 44. J. R. Kenney, '12, E. G, Lindq lJ ist, '48, R. R. Lusk, '27 , R. H. Mavee ty , ' 12 , H. W, McFadden , ' 50 , M, E. Nickel. '38, H. Pfeife r , ' 35 , J. R. Pos t, ' 39, L. J . Ri e ge, '40 , W P. Ruemmler , '38, R. F. Schmidt. '45 , D. Schmidt . ' 43 , D. E. Spackle r , ' 50 , and W. P. Young , ' 40. A film showing the r e cove ry of ca d mium in germanium (by th e Eagle-Pich er Company) startin~ with mining of ore throu g h tlw final production of metals was shown at the January 17 meeting At this meeting arrangements were made for the St. Pat's danc e held March 17 at the Engineers' Club on South Federal Stree t , Chi· ca.~w . Those present at the dance w ere: Mr. and Mrs. H. J . Pfeifer, ' 36, M r, and Mrs. M. E. Nickel, ' 38 , Mr, cll1d Mrs, Phil Young . '40, Mr. and Mrs. C, L :Zitche n. e x '26, Mr. and Mrs. W. R. BUl"goyne, ' 35 , Mr. and lVIrs. J. R. Kenney, '12. Mr. an(1 Mrs. L. J. Riege , '40, and Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Ruemmler, '38. Also in attendance were John Post, '39. and Horace Clark , ' 15 , a s 81"mni stal warts, although regretf1J ll y they were unable to brin g th pir wives b eca us e of illness . AHe r a libe ral cocktail hour. a r'elicious roa s t b eef dinner was e n joved by a ll. follow e d by the danc e , 'w ith ml1sic supplied b y a n orcl1Pstra consisting ()f a base voil accord· ian and an el ec tri c g uit ar.

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In conjunction with the C olo r ado .Mining Association m ee tin g th e Rocky Mounta in c hapter of th e lVI,S ,IVl. Alumni h e ld a lunch e on meeting follow e d b y a bu sin ess s ess ion , Saturday no on, F ebr u ary 3. At this me e tin g Kirk Comm ac k was el ec t e d as Ch a irm an and G eor,g e Dicke n so n was e lect ed S ec r e tary for th e coming yea r. In as much as Dave Hale , th e Direc to r from Di s trict No .8, w as un ab le to attend the A.LM.K m eetin g in SL Louis, a proxy was voted f o t' Dean IVI. L Si g n e r who a tte nd e d. M e mbe rs in a tte nd a nc e at th e luncheo n w ere : IVI. L Sign e r , '23 , Kirk Camm a ck , ' 26, Virg il Schroeder , ' 46 , Ed M ee k a , ' 30 , Wilbe r! Sh e rm a n , ' 41 , Dave Hal e , ' 34 , George Musson , ' 33 . G e orge Dickinson , ' 37, Ro y McBri a n , '2 4 , a nd Cliff Wilne y, ' 05 . Huber - Otte Miss M a r y J ea n Otte , d au'ghter of Mr, and M rs. August J. Otte ot P e rryville Mi ssouri , became th 2 bride of Paul A. Huber , ' 50 , at th e Church of The Assumption , P e rry ville , Miss ouri, February 3, 1951. Since gT a du a tion , Paul h as bee ~ emplo yed as an En g ineering Trainee with the Alvey Conv eyor Manu f8eturin~ Company . The Hubers will make their home at 5173 Raymond Ave" St . Louis , Mo.

Rex H. Whitton , engineer of maintenance, Missouri State Highway Department, Jefferson City , and ProL K W. Carlton, '26, of MSM at the Missouri Hig'hway Engineers Association annual meeting at the Jefferson Hotel in St. Louis, March 2l.


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Civil Engineering Graduates Engaged In Many Diversified Fields By Prof. J oe B . Butl e r From oi l fi eld s to city s k yscrapers , from South Am e rica to South Bend , Civil Department graduate of the Misso uri School of M ines are f ill ing pos ition as different and va ri ed a s the scope of e ng inee rin g itself . Since the first Civ il 'graduated in 1874 in a class of t h re e-- through t he record cl as of 142 in 1950- a total of 855 civil e ng in eer have r e ceive d their fir st degrees at th e School of Min es. Although com pl ete information isn't avai l ab le on a ll t h e graduates, a s pot check o'f the a l umni fil es b ea rs out the repu tation of Civi l En g ineering as th e broadest in cop e of any of th e engineer ing p r ofess ion s. Wide Job Distribution Foll owing is a breakdown of the job d is tri b u tion on t h e 171 members of the classes 1937 to 1947 in clusive for whom em p loyment da ta is ava il abl e: 58 in Corpor a tion Empl oyment 24 in M iscellaneous En g in ee r ing and Pro d uctIOn 14 in P e tro l eum En g in ee r in g 8 in Rail ,oa d Engin eerin g 7 in A e ronaut ica l Er¡'din ce rin ,:; 5 as Sa les Engin eer s 50 Engi ne ring, con s truc t io n. Struclural E nui n ee r : n g a nd Consu ltin g . 17 E :1gin ec r s, Supe rinte nd e nt and contrac lor s on co nstruclio n 17 with Con s ulling Engin e e r s 16 in St! uctura l En g in ee r in g and D es ign 5 5 in Public S e rvice En gin ee rin g 15 in H yd r a ulic En g in ee rin " 14 in Hi'g hway En g in ee rin g lOin Surveying a nd M ap pin g 7 in Sanitary and Publi c H ea lth En g in ee rin g 5 in En ginee ri ng T eachin g 4 off ice r in the Arm e d Forces 8 in work of a non -engin eerin g nature T h or ou g h G r ou n d w or k T o train these v e rsatil g r ad u ate the C. E . D epartment offers thorou .!;:h gr oundwork in the broad fi e ld of tructurcs , h yd r au lics. hi?hway engineer in g , anitar y and public h ea lth ngineering and surveyin" and mapp in g. Stude nt m a

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sea rch in a ll fi el ds. In cooper ation with th e Wire Reinforcement I n . titut , th department is engaged in a five-y a r research program with th e overall objective of im p r ov in g prese nt manufacturing m e thods to geth e r with th e com plete ana lysi and d e ign I' com m e ndations for a mo r e effic ien t use of wel d e d w ire fabr ic a a con crete r einfo r ei ng ma terial. I n thi fie ld fou r m as te r theses have b een co mp leted and two a r e in pr ocess Th e d e partment has a lso deve loped a wire fabric testing d e v ice which is now b e ing u sed by a ll s tee l com pa ni s ma k ing this pr oduct for pr oduc ti on control. R esea r ch Prog r a m The C . E . r esearch pr ogra m is not lim ited to welded w ire fab ri cs, but h as inclu d ed s t u d ies in the fields of st ru ctura l analysi , hyd r a ul ics and hydro logy , soi l m e chanic and con cr e te materia ls, hi ghway a n d a irport design , aeronau t ics and su r vey ing. D uring the ca le ndar year of 1950 , 19 Ma ste rs' t h e es studies were su ccessfull y compl eted , a n d nine more are e xpected to be fin ish d this present school year. The department is w e ll eq u ipp d to ca r ry out bo t h unde r graduate study and g r ad u ate resea r ch . I n addition to the usua l laboratory faci l i: tics i n H y r au l ics, Mate ri a ls Testing, H ig h way and B itum ino u Ma te ri a ls T est ing, S oil Mec h a n ics, B a te r iology a nd S an itation , the de pa rt me nt i fort u nate in having p ccia l equipm e nt fo r g r aduate a nd r esea r ch stu dy. T h ese incl u d e com pI te SR-4 Stra in Gage m e asur i n ~ in s trum e nts , so nic testi ng equip ment, B eg'gs' D efo r m e ter gages. n ew fre ez ing a nd th r awing e qui pm e nt. a nd a p ecia l Ri e hl hellloa ding' mac hine which has been converted to a b eam tes ting d e vic f o r fatigu e stud ies. T h e depa r tment is a lso equipp d for specia l study in the fi eld of sa nitary e ngin ee rin g and publ ic h ea lth . Throu'g h the co o pe r at ion of Dan Kenn e dy, Region a l En g in eer of th.e U .S.G .S ., th _ schoo l e nj oy the u se of faci l itie o( the Multiplex Divi sio n of th '" T opog r a phi c Bra nch of th e U .S .G .S. located in Ro ll a. 12 on T eachin g S ta ff Th ere a r at presen t 12 m e n on the Civil D partment teac hin g staff ha ndlin!;: th 84 hours of lee tur and (Continu cI on P a ~ C' 8 )


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Miners Stronger In Spring Athletics D es pite th e l a te st art, th e M in er sprin g sports progra m ha s bee n buildin g u p a t a s wift te m po. Al thou g h th e Min er s a r e ge ne r all y co ns id er e d to ex cell in football on ly , th e ti d e h as ch a n ged in r e ce n t yea r s . For in stan ce, th e 1951 Min e r Golf tea m is e xpecte d t o be o n e of th 2 b es t in the h is tor y of th e sc h ool. L e d by K e nny L a nning, a 10ca J Ro ll a boy w ho is w ell kn own in a m a te ur golf c ircles in thi s a r ea , th e M in er s ha v e alrea dy wo n t h e ir l'irs [ thre e matc h es . L a nning 's sco r es in th e threc m a tch es w er e as follow s, 66 , 75, 70- wh ic h is fa irl y good to urn a m e nt golf , two of th e match es hav ing b ee n play ed away from hom p on s tra ng!" co urses . Shay Huffm a n , a n ot her Hon a p r od uct a nd lik e L a nnin g a fr es h m a n , is a lso expe cte d to b e s hooting sub- par golf in t h e near f uture . So f a r , th e golf t eam h as m e t a nd d efe a te d Harri s T ea c he r s. W es tmin s te r Coll ege a nd Cape G irar d ea u . On Fr id a y a nd Satu r da y, M a y 11 12, th e lVIIAA Confere nc e trac k , golf, a nd te nni s match es will be h el d a t Cape Gi ra rd e au .

Clarence Woods Gives Talk to Dake Society A s pec ia l m ee t in g of th c Dake G eological Soci e ty wa s ca lle d on January 20, 1951 , in or d e r to g ive th e Min e r G e ol og is ts and Me ta lI L! rg isit s of MSM th e opport uni ty of m e e tin g a nd li ste nin g to Cl a r ence L. Wood s, ' 27. C];]re nc c , vi s itin g hi s h om e town , Rolla , g r a d · lI a t e d a s a Minin g E n g in eer from t.h e Sch ool of Min es . H e is now th e presid e nt of Inca M in in g D ev elopm ent Compan y of P eru , wh ich op e r a t es th e Santo Domin go Gol d M in e in tha t co unt ry . H is l ecture cover e d t he hi s tory 01 th e Santo Domin g o Min e , a nd th e ;H'ca s urroundin g it, a descri pt ion of t h e ore body, th e minin g a nd m ine ra l dressin g m e thods pra c1"i ced. th e ty p e of la b or u se d , a nd th e livin g conditions of la bor a nd ma na p;em e n t.

Under th e sponsorship of its Petrole um Engin eerin g· fac ul ty, th e M issouri Schoo l of Mines presented a symposium on W a ter Fl oodi ng, on th e campus h er e Fe bruary 23 . Among' t hose a ttending were : F r on t row (l e ft to r ig ht) R. L Martin, C. H. K e plinger, m od er ator; H . S. Barger; and Dean Cu r t is L. Wil son . Back row: W. n . Davi s, n, H. Powers , an d Dr . .1 , D. Fon-este l·.

Civil Engineering (Continu ed F r om PCl ge G) 132 h o urs of lab p e r w eek. Th 2 staff and their major t e ac hin g assig nm en ts a r e as f ollow s : Profe s · sor Jo e B. Butle r , chairmCln of th 2 D e partment; P r ofessor E. W. Ca rl · to n , str uctur a l e n gin 2erin-g, e n gin eerin g eco nom y a n d sup e rvi ~ io :J of graduate wo rk; Assoc iat-f' Pro · f essor V. A. C. G e vecker. a dv a n ce d hy dra ul ics a nd soil m e~ h a n i c s ; A ~· s ista nt Professor C. W. E shb a u gh. l a nd surveyi n g a nd pbotog r a m · fY1 e l·ery; A ssista nt Profe ssor L eon H er shkowitz, hi ghw ay e n g;n eerin-g ; A ssistant Professor J . K e nt Rob er ts . sanitary a nd public h ea l th en !?:in eering; I nstr u ctor J. F . McCarf"hy . structural e n .g in ee rin ~ a nd fluid m echanics; Instructor J o? H. S enn e precise su r v eying a nel ge octesy; Inslructor Clifford D. Muir, fl ui rl m e ch a nics ; Instructor J a mps J. Tr a ~ p flLJid m ech a nics : In structor Donald L. D ean, str u ctura l e ngin eer in g a nd fluid m ech a n ics ; Instructor Howard W. Nune z, str u ctural en g in eerin g and materi al s t esting. Ther e are c urr ently 386 und er gr a duates and 25 graduates enrollpn in th e civ il d e partm ent, g i v in ~ th e d epartm ent t h e se cond hi gh es t enrollm ent on t h e ca mpu s. " LET'S PUT THE M EMBERSHIP OVER THE TOP IN 1951."

Former Student Assists Refugees in Korea First Lt. J ohn Hequa rth, ex '43 , at the contrc: s of a loud -s p eak er· e qu ipped C-47 pl a n e r e cen tly h el ped t urn b ac k Korean r efugees wand e r in g into battle lin es a long t h e H a n HiveI'. The sp eaker to w hi ch Lt. Re· q ua rth was a ssig n e d is on e of two s p eciall y-equippe d airc r aft of th e E ;'6hth Arm y ·s p sycho logical war· f a re branch. The d ivi sion provost m a r sh a l calle d the plan e into ser vo ice when thousa n d s of h om el es3 Kor ea ns b ega n to sift nor th into th e combat zon e. A s refugees were spotted , L t. He · qu a r th po in t ed the left w ing at tb .: gr oup a nd 1I1 te rpr e ter spoke a warn ing from a l ou d-sp ea k er m o unte d in the l eft ca r go d oor Ref ugees w ere told to tu rn al"Ound and procee d to w ar:d assembly points op erated by America n milita r y police . Francis I·I. Hart, '50, and Mrs H a rt announ ce t h e birth of a son J ohn Edward, born J anuray 16 . H e w eighe d nin e pounds, t en a n d on e· h alf ounces . Fra n ci s is e mplo yed with Hart-Carte r Co ., P eori a 6, Ill . The H ar t' s a r e living a t 1] 03 Id ah o Street , P eori a 6, Ill.


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Picker X-Ray Corp. Buys Building in St. Louis Picker X-Ray Corporation of Missouri, according to the St. Louis Post-Dispatch , ha s purchased the one-story building it has been occupying until recently at 4120 Clayton Avenue, St. Louis . Picker of Missouri, h eaded by Fred C. Schneeberger, ' 25 , a past president of the Alumni Associatio n and well known to all alumni, is a subsidiary of the parent corporation of New York and sells and distributes x-ray e qui p men t throughout the Midwest. During World War II, Picker supplied 80 p er cent of the x-ray units purchased by the U. S. Army

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Foundry Lab (Continued From Pa ge 4) the laboratory here , and according to Dr. ~ppelsneimer, tne recent aaOlLlon built by the schoOl on lne . ~.xperiment ::::;tat,on nere, w ill maKe available space in me old l'v.letallurgy Buildmg tor expansion of the toundry instruction facili ties on the campus. A new foundry chemical laboratory has already been installeJ. Plans call for provision for increased melting capacIty for non· ferrous castmgs. This new eq uip· ment will enable a larger number of students in both the Metallurgical .l!:ngineering D epartment and Mechanical Engineering Depart· ment to participate in the foundry program of study here . Plans discussed by the visiting committee may e v entually lead to as much a" $50 ,000 worth of eq uipment being made available for the program at this school. Draft Deferment Necessary C. R. Culling, Vice President of the Foundry Educa tio nal Foundation, and President of the Carondelt Foundry in St. Louis, stressed the necessity of draft deferment for those boys graduating from foundry engineering programs in June to provide the necessary p ersonnel for the national expansion of this industry . The recent expansion of the war effort has resulted in an un· usually h eavy load for the foundry industry , and greatly increased the demand for men trained in this f ield .

Lt.-Col. A. A. Andreae, Jr. from h eadquarters, Eighth Air Force, Fort Worth, Tex. , where !1 € is serving as deputy direcCG1' of plans on the staff of the comlflanding general. A graduate of University City High School and the Missouri School of Mines, Lt. Col. Andrea e en tered the armed forces in 1941 and served overseas in Europe du r ing World War II. He has been stationed in Fort Worth since June 1950 , w h en he grad uated from the Air Command and Staff School , Montgomery, Ala . Lt. Col. And reae and Mrs. Andr eae, the form er Jean E. Garrett of Los Angeles, with their youn<; .'o n , Robert, are livin g at 5302 Bryce Ave nue, Fort Worth. Victor L . Bradford , '48 , and Dorothy Goodhue Bradford , '48 , are the parents of a ~on born January 9. H e was named John Goodhue . The Rradfords live at 916 Cherry Street. H ammond , Ind. "HAVE YOU O.H TAINED A NEW MEMBER IN 1951?"

Alumnus New Editor of Mechanical Engineering N ew York, N. Y , J an. 15- Alfred F. Bochenek, '37, a member of th e editori al staff of The American Society of Mechanical Engineers since 1945 , was recently named n e ws editor of MECHANICAL ENGINEERING, official journal of the ASME. A graduate mechanical engineer , Mr. Bochenek is currently managing editor of the Journal of the American Rocket Society. Prior to jo ining the staff of the ASME, Bochenek was with the Babcock and Wilcox Company, Barberton , Ohio , and New York , N. Y. As a marine service engineer during the last war, Mr. Bochenek represented his company on guarantee trials of naval and merchant ships built in many shipyards on the E ast Coast. He was active al so in emer-gency repair work of war damaged vessels and in the training of personnel in the care a nd operation of marine bo ilers. Mr. Bochenek received his engineerin g training at the U . S. Coast Guard Academy, New London , Conn. , and the Missouri School 0f Mines, Rolla, Mo. , graduating with a B achelor of Science degree in Mechanical E ngineering in 1937. He is a member of The American Society of Mechanical Engineers and the American Rocket Society.

Presents Paper at AlEE Dr. John Zaborszky , Associate Professor in our Electrical En g ineering Department, presented a paper at the Winter National M ee t· ing of AlEE in New York City l a s ! Jan uary . The paper, "Capacitor Swi t ch in ~ Ph enome na " , was prepared jointly b y Dr. Zaborszky and Mr. R. C . Van Sickle of the Westinghouse Electri.c Corporation, and it treats the rath er diff'cult problem of switching l al'ge static capacitor banks such a s might b e use d as r eactive KV A so ur ce s on transmission lines. Dr . Zaborszky and Mr. Van Sickl e carri ed out the investigation which l ed to the paper during th e pa st summer vacation period wh en Dr . Z aborszky was employ ed a s a consultant by the W estinghou se Ccrpora tion .


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5t. Pat Visits M5M, 1951

ST. PAT'S COURT - This royal court of St. Patrick for 1951 was chosen to pay tribute to the patron saint of the engineer. Such beauty and grace as is found here is surely fitting to pay honor to such a gentleman. (Photo by Teagarden, Courtesy, Missouri Miner.)

NEW QUEEN - Miss Alice Walthall, Queen of t h e Miners for 1951, as she appeared at the Coronation Ball at Jackling Gym, on March 16, (Photo by Teagarden, Courtesy, Missouri Miner.)

KNIGHTING CEREMONIES - Good St. Patrick as portrayed by Joe Geers of Kappa Sigma Fraternity and part of his ~' ho a r y crew" have taken over the m eetin g of Parker Hall for the Knighting ceremonies. (Photo by Gregg, Courtesy, Missouri Miner.)


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Tops In Parade, Whiskers

WINNING FLOAT - The boys from the "Little Red Playhouse" are establishing a reputation for themselves as builders of bigger and better floats. Taking their third prize in as many years, Lambda Chi Alpha has shown a special ingenuity and imagination in this h ighly competitive event. (Photo by Teagarden, Courtesy, Missouri Miner.)

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F. C. Schneeberger Gives X-Ray to New Phelps County Hospital Here Fred C . Schneeberger, '25, Vice· President of the Picker X-Ray Corporation of Missouri, has seen to it that his firm has contributed a $2,000 re-conditioned portable X : ray unit for the Phelps County Hos· pital. Dr. M. K . Underwood, '26, presi· d ent of the Board of Trustees of the Hospital, said that Picker X-Ray firm had been the low bidder on the big X-ray unit for the hospital , a nd in addition "contributed to u s a portable X-ray unit, worth $2,000 -free of charge." He said also that the Picker firm's bid on the X-ray was very lowmuch lower than other bids reo ceived , indicating that Schneeberger's firm h a d cut the price drastically for the Phelps County Hos· pital. While in school, Fred was a memo bel' of Lambda Chi Alpha, Theta Tau, Quo Vadis, Pipe and Bowl , Square and Compass, Missouri Miner, Mining and Met Assn. , Dynamiters, and has served as President of the MSM Alumni Association.

H. R. Hanley, Dr. Young Are Honored by AI ME Professor H. R. H anley, '01, and Dr. L. S. Young, '47 Honorary , have been name d to the Legion of Honor Rolls of the American Institute of M ini n g and M etallul'gical Engineers for fifty years of membership . The presentation was made a t the an· nual meeting of the Institute in St. Louis durin g the week of February 19, 1951. Profess or Hanley has been ' on the faculty of the School of Mines since 1923 and Dr . Young served as Dir ector of the School of Mines from 1907 to 1913 and was awarded the h onorary d egre e of Doctor of Engin eering by the School of Mines in 1947. BEST BEARDS - These bewhiskered gentlemen have gone around scaring old ladies and little children for months just for the chance of picking up a prize from St. Pat. The beer mugs they hold as prizes have no mustache cups, so they will soon have to shave the old brush or discard the cups. (Photo by Teagarden, Courtesy, Missouri Miner.)

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Li es at Ul e Labo r a to ri s. II 'up c r · vi s 'd th ' , (' 'sea r ch ancl elev'l opm ' II I o r ;' \;lr'g' p a r t of th mo l' bi lli ()!1 clo lJ ar s w o rth of m~lt e ri; iI and q ui pm nt eI sig n 't! for the Arm y n n el Navy . In I' cog ni · t i on 0 .( thi s a hi v em nt, h e I' ce iv 'd a E r sicl n t ial rtiIi cclt , of M e ri t whi c h ' i t cI hi m " 10 1' o ut sla ll ci in ,C; Ji d li ty a n cl m ritOl'i (HI S cO ll cl u ,t in ::t i d oJ: th wm' c [fo rl. " D r , K Il y, w h o li v s in h art UiJl s, N, J ., is ~I m I b I' of nu m er o u s p r of' ssi o nal soc i ti es nncl th e Nat io nal AC::ici my of c i n c S al cl h;l S b n awarci eI h ono r a r y cloc to l" S c1 egre s l y th e U niv er siLi s of Krnt ll c k y nn el Mi sso uri ,

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01' th e Boa r d 01 th e Am r ican Brake ho Company, N w York C ity , w ill g iv th ad II' S5 a t lh e s v nty ' i rhll an nu al eo mm m eni a l th Sc h ool I M in s n Mond ay m o rnin ,]V[ay 28, Th e ce r 1110n i s w ill b h ld at th e Uptown Th al r e, Th Rev. D r , J am s W Cl a rk e, of'th co n cl I r sb y l ri an C hurch , \.. Lou is, will ,g i ve t h e baccala ure: lI. addl', s i n Park 1'1[;1 11 Su n day l'V nillg, Ma y 27.

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MSM Grads Work on Defense Materials MSM gr ad uates a r e f igur ing p r omin ently in tl1 e Defense Miner· a ls Admin istration, D epartm e nt 01 Interior, Washington , D. C , which is r espo nsibl e for t h e s upply 01 materials and min era ls for the de· fense effort. J . K. Ri chardson , '32, of Sa lt Lake City, h as been on leave from K ennecott Copper Corporation to orogani ze the Copper Branch of the A d min ish·ation . Gu nnard E. John· son , ' 16 , is the A ssistant Chief of the L ea d -Z in c Branch. A lu mni Presid ent, J ames L . H ead , is on l ea v e from the Anaconda Minin ~ Company to erv e on a part t im : basis as Chi ef of th e Lig ht Metal Branc h (aluminu m, magnes ium . and titanium ), "Babe" serv ed dur o ing the last wa r , as a dollar- a-yea r man , as Chief of r aw materi a ls and primary production of th ese m a t er· ials ,

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Papers on Metallurgy Presented to AIME

Hanley, Schlechten Write in Magazine

Two papers from t he Me tallurgy D epartmen t are on th e program for th e a nnu a l m eeti ng of t he Am er ican I nst it ute of Mining and M e tallurg ical Engin eer s in St. Louis 011. Februar y 19 to 22, 1.951. Th e f irst is a pa pe r on th e vacuum treatment of Parkes' Process C ru sts on a p 'l ot plant scale by Dr. A. W, Schl ec hte n, Cha irm a n of th e Department of Meta llurgy at the S ch ool of Mines a nd lVIetallurgy and R. F, Do ell ing IVI. S. '50 at lVISlVI w ho is now w ith th e St. J o~e ph L ea d Company at Josep h t ow n , Pen n sylva nia. Th e second pape r is e ntitl ed " Ion Exchan ge in M etalll'I'g y" by E. J. Breton, Jr . IVI. S. ' 50 at lVISlVI a n d Dr. Schlecht e n. Bre ton is m eta llurg ist with Ro h m and Haas, Ph il adelphi a, Pen nsy lvania.

H . R. Hanley, in collaboration with Dr. A. W. Schlechte n of t h e Metallurgy D epa rtment, is th e a u t ho r of a n extensive art icle in th e February, 195 1 i ss ue of the E n g in eerin g and Minin g Journal, whi ch is a r ev ie w of cll·ticles on r ecen t develo pments in t he fie ld of nonferi ous m e ta llurgy including a discuss ion of n ew processes fo r producing 1'a r 0 metals s uch as tit;lnium , z ircon ium and vanadium.

"HA VE YOU OBTAINED A NEW MEMBER IN 1951?"

Mrs. Houston T ayl or, w ife of Rank Houston T ay lor , '2 1, of Keo · kuk , Iowa , died suddenl y at Keo · kuk , Saturday, February 3. Hous· ton is with the Carbon and Ca rbid e Company in K eokuk. His add r ess is 1023 Orleans Aven u e, Keokuk. I owa. While at sc h ool , he was a me mber of Kappa Si gma , Saty r , M e t. a nd C h em. Soc ., Diph emyl Doze n , Miner B o:wd , and Sl. P at' s Board.

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This group of a lumn i shows: Left to right: M. I. Signer. '23, dean, Colorado School of Mines; F . S. Elfred, ' 17, Olin Industries, Inc., Alton, Ill. ; A. D. T errell, '98, ass istant to president National Zinc Compa ny , Inc., Dean Curtis L. Wilson; R. B. Caples, ' 10, A naconda Copper Mining Co.

Alumni of the Missou ri School of Mines, Rolla, Mo., h eld r eunion February 20 a t Ho t el J efferson. Seated on the step are (from left ) Carl Stifel, 16, St. Lou is, finance cha irman for the local convention committee; F. S. Elfred, ' 17 , president, Scott Mining Co., East Alton, Ill. ; Dean C urtis L. Wilson of MSM. Stan ding, b ac k row: Francis Foley, International Nickel Compa n y, Inc., Philadelphia; Fred Schneeberger, '25, vice-president, Picker X-Ray Corp., of Misso uri, St. Louis. Standing at right are Paul Dowling, St. Louis; James L. Head, ' 16, Anaconda Copper Co., New York.

A lumni h ere are (left to ri ght ) J . H. Reid, '2 7, manage r , tita nium div ision, National Lead Co.; W. H. McCa rtney, ' 16, m a n age r , William M. Bonett, Inc. ; and J. H. Delaney, '32 , presid ent, J . R. Engineering Co .

On F ebruary 20, the St. Louis Section of t h e MSM Alumni Association held a cocktail party in the East Room of the Jefferso n Hotel in St. Louis. The cockta il party was in h onor of all School of Mines A lu mni at ~ end in g the na t io nal convention of the AIME which was held that week. Approximat l y 350 peopl e attended. This inclu ded Miners from a ll sections of the United States and their l adies. The group had a most enjoyable t ime quaffing the cop ious libations which flowed and renewing old acqua intances and making new ones among the uniquel y cordial and friendly atmosphere which always s urround s a gro up of relaxing Min er s. D uring the cour se of the evening the gr oup was privileged to h ear a f ew remarks from the National P resident, Babe H ead. After several hours of most convivial fellowship the group split up into small units of old fri ends and classmates to disburse to various pl aces for dinner . A ll in a ll it may be conservativel y sa id that the p arty was a huge social success. Th e St. Louis S ection intends to hold its annua l "School of M in es Night" dinn er at the Missouri Athl etic Club l ate in April or early in May. with its a n nual m ixed buffet dinner coming earl y in Ju ne . Ballots for the election of officer s f or the new fisca l year, beginning with the buffet dinner meeti n g , will be distributed .with the announcement of the April meeting. The St. Louis S ection has decided on a somewh at drastic actio n to t h e xtent that notices of meetings w ill no l onger b e sent to any alumnus (other than r ecent ,graduates) who h ave no1: p a id the ir very nominal yearly du es of $1.00. Th e current press of booming business has r estra in ed th e acti vities of the S ec tion to so me extent b ecause of the inability of the office r s and mem b er s to devote as much time to the Sectio n 's activiti es as they would like to do. "ARE YOU HELPING IN THE MEMBERSHIP DRIVE?"


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]904 J ohn T . Rice is liv ing' at 1122 Sta te S t. , El Ce ntro, Ca liforni a.

1907 W a lter 1. Phillips is living at t h e H otel Shaw, McAlli st er & M a rket Sts., S an Francisco, Californi a.

]909 Phil S . Ju dy ca n b e reac h ed at 4 808 J a rbo , K ansas City , M o. John W. B eard 's home a ddress is 4419 Cam bridge S t. , EI P aso , T exas.

1910 Cha rl es W . Tra u ghber can b e r eache d b y w !' jtin g 300 a E. Univer sity Pk wy., B a ltimor e 18, M d. E. E. List can b e r ea che d at Box 9 7, G odfrey, Ill . 1911 True W. Bla k e is living at 1022 Rid ge Ro a d , L ewis ton , N e w Y or k . E . W. Engelma nn g ives his a d dress a s 125 S . 13th E ast, S alt L a k e City , U ta h .

1912 Joseph S . Irw in is living at 210 7th St. , W ., Cal ga r y , Alber ta , Cana d a. 1913 S .. E . Hollist er -g ives his a ddr ess a s 2340 Avocado T erra ce , Rt. 2 , Puerte , Calif.

rece n tly as chief design in g e n g ine er for th e Chin a Mines Divi sion of the D e nn ecott Copp er Corp . at Hurl ey, N e w Mex ico .

1916 E. L. B ey er is liv ing at 811 Prov id en ce A ve nu e, W e bster Gro ves, M isso uri Hugo E . K och is with th e Universa l Atlas Ce m ent Co. in H ann iba l , M o. Hi s h om e add r ess is 60 8 M o un d S t. , H an niba l , M isso u r i. The a n n u a l m eetin g of t h e A me r ica n Insti t ute of Mini ng a nd M etallurgica l Eng in eer s in St. L ouis in F e brua r y was the occasion for the r e uni on of a number of m e mbers of t h e class of 1916. Amon g those a t t h e m eeti ng w e r e L . A . T u rnbull , W . H . McCartn ey, H. A . Neu stae dt e l' . J ohn T . Cole , Ca rl G . Stifel , a nd J a m es L . H ea d. D on ald E . Bra dley is w ith Mas ter Builder s Co. H e is living at 8004 W ashington , K an sa s City, M o. W alter G a mme t er , w h o has b een A ssistan t Principal a t R oosevelt High S chool for a number of years in St. L oui s. h as b een promo ted t o Princi pal of Bea umont Hi gh S ch ool in S t. L ouis. This is one of the l a r gest hi gh schools in th e ci ty.

1915 Abe L. K a plan gives his a ddress a s 1339 S . R ockfo rd , Tulsa, Okla . H e is the own er of the K a pla n Drug Store , 1602 E . 15th S t. , Tulsa , Okla. Chester F . Ame s, ex ' 15 , r e tired

" ARE YOU HELPING IN THE MEMBERSHIP DRIVE?" " LET'S PUT THE MEMBERSHIP OVER THE TOP IN 1951."

Carl G . Stifel was on th e campus April 5. H e is P res iden t of the Carl G . S t ifel R ea lty Co. of St. Louis , Mo .

1917 E m mett L. Arn old is li v in g a t 604 S o . 10th St., M cAlle n , T exas. R ay O . Shri ver is w ith F een ey Con st r u cti on Co. His a ddress is 28 07 She rm a n A ve. , S t. J ose ph , Mo .

1920 G er al d F . R ac k e t t g ives his address as "14820 V a lley Vi sta Blvd ., She rm a n Oa k s, Ca lifo rni a. Oshe r G oldsmith is living a t 701 S . Cchilton Ave ., T y ler , Texas. J oseph Nov a k is with the Mo . P a c . RR Co, Engr , R oom 1200, 13th & Olive, S 1. L ouis, Misso uri . His h om e a ddress is 22 15 Jules S tr., S t. L ouis, M isso uri . Wesley G . Hippa rd i s G e n er a l M a nager , Liberia Mi n ing Co ., Ltd ., M onrovia, Liberi a. H e r eceives hi s m a il a t P . O . Box 84, Monrovia , Liberia , W est Africa. K e nneth Aid gives his a ddress a s Se ir N o . 15 , Cara cas, V en ez .

1921 Albert L . Acker s, senior geol ogis t wit h th e Stanolind Oil an d G a s Compa n y has b een tra n sferred f rom the Tulsa ge n eral offi ce to the For t Worth division offic e. H e ca n b e r eached b y writing th e N orth Texas-New M exico Division , Stan olind Oil a nd G as Compa n y , F ort W orth, T e x.as. Albert B . Needham , who is chief of the Burea u of Mines Mining Di vi sion for R e gion Five with h e ad quarte r s in Minneapolis, Minn ., h as b een appointe d to h ea d a t e am th at w ill d eter m ine the f easibili ty of f ed eral a id to private indu stry b y e x ploiting promising miner a l d e po sit s in the uppe r midwest r eg io n of th e United Sta tes which m in er a l s ar e essential to the d efen se progr a m .

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Being interviewed by Frank Eschen. of Radio Station KSD-TV, St. Louis. are (left to right) Dr. Howard I. Young, president. American Zinc , Lead & Smelting Co .. Eschen, Donald H. McL aughlin, president of AIME , an :1 D ea n Curtis L. Wilson of MSM.

G eor ge F . B a rnw ell, e x ' 22 is livin g a t 875 Park A v e nu e , N e w Y or k , New Y o~¡k . W. Me t zger giv es hi s ad d r ess a s 121 B ask ey D ell s. Collin s ville . Ill. Gle n Joyce Christn er w rites t h at h e is n ow livin g a t 12 Obser va tor y Hill , Cinci n n a ti , Ohio. W arr e n R . G ettler g ives hi s h OlTle add r ess as 38 78 Cla y S t. , S an Francisco 18, Calif. 1923 H . E . Zoller w rites t h a t hi s n ew m a ili ng addrec;s is P. O. Bo x 1030 , W ic hi t a, K a n s.


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I . duPont de Nemours company a t their Wilkes-Barrie di s trict office, 902 Brooks Building , Wilkes-Barri e , P e nnsylva ni a. ] 93(; .J. C lay Turk of Eastman Kod ak Co ., Kodak Park Works, R ochester 4 , N. Y ., is livin g a t 14 L a k e vi e w Terrace , Roch es ter 13, N. Y. Harvey L. Nicholson , who bu sin ess address i s Ohi o S ea mless Tube Co ., Shelby, Ohio , gi ves his hom e a ddress as 24 High School Ave ., Sh e lby , Ohio. Fre d A . Schw a b can b e reached at 2200 W. 48th T e rrac e, Kansas City 3, Kans. Joseph Mayer is living a t 9845 Manchectr e Rd. , Rock Hill, Mo . . W. H. Schwa lbe rt, who is livm g at 3824 Maxwe ll Rd. , Toledo 13, Ohio, is with Toledo Edison Co. Louis A. Cardosi , Pres . and Gene ral Manager, Consolidate d Metal Products Corp ., 2214 Dolman St. , St. Louis, Mo. , is livin g at 5455 Winona , St. Loui s, Mo . 1937 John P. Balke, who is field engineer for Elliott Co. , is living at 15lJj Sheley Rd., Independence, Mo. Hugh Barclay was a campus visitor on D ecember 14, 1950. H e is with the Filtrol Corp ., 2657 Short St., Los Angeles 23 , Calif. His home address is 224 E. Markland Drive, Monte rey Park , Calif. G. W. Schaumburg is living al 264 South Third E ast, Ame n ca n Fork, Utah. Donne ll W. Dutton is liv ing a t 483 E. Wesley Rd. N. K, Atlan ta, G eo rgia. 1938 William W. D ec k e r is Plant En gineer for A. B. Chance Co. H e is living at 315 W . Snee d St., Centra lia, Mo. James G. Miller , 4301 W. 74th St. , Prairie Village, K ans ., is D istrict M g r ., Bridge port Bra ss Co., Kansas City, Mo . Allen M. Glaser gives hi s addr ess as 1420 S. 36th St., Sava n nah , Ga. He is with Unio n Ba g and Pap er Corp ., Savannah , G a. 1939 Rob e rt C. McKissick is A er ona u tical Eng r. , Civil A e ro n autics Administration. His a ddr ess is 3153 Haltom Rd. , Ft. Worth, T e xa s . 1940 William H. Burg in is with G e n e va Steel Co. in Provo , Utah . H e lives at 636 A Strce t, Provo , Utah .

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Hubert C. Hein ic k e i livin g a t 4611 Krueger Ave. , Parma, Ohi o . G e o r ge E. Fort's new a ddress is P. O. Bo x 16!14, Okl a hom a Ci ty 1, Okla. Capt. P a ul F . Ross , 84th Troop C a rri e r Sqdn. , 437th Troop Carri e r Win g, A.P .O . 929-1, c lo Postmaster, San Franci sco , C a lif. is b a se d in J a pa n . H e fli es a C -46 from Japan to Korea , carry ing suppli es, a mmunition , e tc. to Korea. William A. Ro ss is e mployed with W es te rn Cartridge Co. , E. Alton , Ill. H e is living a t 832!1 Jack son , Vinita Park 14, Mo. Ralph E. Schrade r gives his mailing a ddr ess as B e rni e , Mo. Thurma n M. Thomas is with th e U. S. Dept. of the Interior. He is living at 3324 B altimore , Kansas City 2. Mo. D eWilton B. Timbe rma n lives at 13 2 Sta ndish Ave ., North H ave n , Conn. H e is e mplo yed with Win chester R e peating Arm s Co. , N e w Haven. Conn . F . Hu g h Wilson is dis trict Geologist, Tid e Water Assoc. O il Co. , Box 870 . L afaye tte. Ia. Charles C .Ward is with Ralston Purina Co. , Pocatello, Idaho. 1941 Rolf W. Roley is living at 104 McArthur nlvd. Pana , Illinois. H e is president of the Rolf W. Rol ey Co . in Pana. Harold Joseph Nicholas is A ssistant Prof. of Biochemistry at th e Univ. of Kansas. He is livin g at 1125 T en n essee, L awrence. Kan sas. Fre d H. Hoe ner is with the Marsh Stee l Corp. His home address is 4301 W. 69th St.. Mi ssion. Kansas . Donald Falkingham of Stanolind Oil and G as Companv has b een n a m ed fi e ld e n ginee r in th e comDany's a r ea office in R a n gel y . C olo. ~ j~ a dor ess is no w Stano lind Oil Cll1 d Gas Co ., Rang el y, Colo. 1942 Ed win J ac k Claassen is li vi n g at 2 200 P a rk Blvd . Odessa. T exas. H e is M anager of R esea rch w ith th e Sid Richardson Compa n y . "HAVE YOU HELPED ARE¡ CENT GRADUATE BECOME A CQUAINTED WITH THE LOCAL ALUMNI SECTION?"

H . P. B r u es hk e is with th A lu m inum C o . of Am erica, Purchasing D ept. , Cressona , P a . H e is living a t. So. Libe rty St. , Orw igsburg, Fa. Charl es S . Blac k is in Europe as Purchasing Engineer for Caterp il la r Tra cto r Co. of Ea st P e ori a. Hi s horn e ad dr es. is 228 Sharon St. . Morton , Ill. Paul W . Kl oeris , Jr. is now livin g at 504 G eo r ge Ave. , W a uk ega n . Ill. O. M. Mus kopf h as r ece ntl y c h a n g ed hi s mailing ad dress to 10 36 H a n so m Dr. , St . Loui s 15 , Mo. 1943 William Wilso n, Jr. gives hi s busin ess address as Armour R esea r c h Foundation , 35 W es t 33rd St. , 'Chi cago , 16 , Illinoi s. H e is livin g a t. 3961 N. M e rrimac Ave ., Chicago , Illinois. H e nry N . Sloan is livin g in Cementon. N e w York. Frederick C. Kibler is a P a trol e um Engin eer with th e Carte r Oil Company. H e lives at 740 Kee le r Building, Grand Rapids , Mich iga n . F. M. Kibur z ¡gives hi s mai lin g address as Box 457C . Route No . . 3 , Florrissant, Misso uri . Bernard J . Eck writes th a t h e is taking his b asic t rainin g at C a mp Breckinrid ge , K e ntucky . While h e is in th e Arm y mail to him should be addressed 1945 So. Gl e nwood Ave ., Springfield , Illinois. Joe W. Eisman is with t h e B e nld Packing Co. His mailing address is Box 36 , Mt. Clare , Illinois. William R. Anderson is with the Colorado Fue l a nd Iron Corp. Minin g D ept. H e r esides at 2926 High St. Pueblo , Colorado. Donald J . Coolidge, Jr. gives hi s new address as 446 E. 12th, Apt. 5, Eu gen e, Ore. Louis B. Wi ssl er can b e r eac h ed at 5638 Clemen s, St. Louis, Mo. O. R. S elf's n ew address is 3943 N. E. 36 Ave ., Portland 13 , Ore. H e rb e rt S . Kali s h h as rec e ntl y moved to 88-10 35th Ave ., J ac k s on Hei g hts, L. 1. , N ew York. 1944 Mrs . Rob er t Arras ( J ea n McCaw Lloyd ) is with Gene ral Moto rs In t e r a m eric a Corporation , Sucursal C a racas, Ap a rta do 666 , Caracas, V e n ez u el a . Calvin E . Moe lle r is w ith North American Avia tion Inc. , and is liv in g at 6'718 W y nn e Av e ., R es eda , Californ ia.


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C. A. Dick resides a t 2018 En s low Blvd. , Huntington W. Virgin ia . Hi s bu sin ess address is R e pa ir Divi s ion , Martin Pany Corp . Bra nch Mgr. , Huntington , W . Vir g inia.

Edwin C . Goete mann , Di stri c t Sales R e prese ntative of th e E a ste rn Stainle ss Stee l Corp. , with offices in th e Amba ssado r Bldg ., in SL Louis, w as a campus visi tor on January 17 . Alan P. Ploesser is D esign Engi neer with the U. S. Gypsum Com pany in Chicago, Ill .

1945 Gene K. McDowell is livin g at 588 Harrison St. , Rahwa y , New J e r sey. He is with U. S. Metals R e fining Co., Carteret, N e w J ersey . James F. A . T ay lor h as spe nt th e p a st two years in th e Fiji Islands with the Government Department of M in es . Hi s contract expi r e s ea rl y in 19 52 after which h e may return to S. America 01' Canada . H e w ri tes that th e " natives a r e f r iendly ." Hi s add r e ss is Mines Departm e nt . Box 118, Suva , Fiji.

1946 John H. Oberwartmann give s hi s n e w a ddress a s 4022 W. 67tl1 Ter r a ce , M ission. Kans. Since g rad uat ion. Harold ha s b een with Cartc r Oil Co . H e sp ent two y e ars in P f' rLl and is now in th e ir D enver off ice . A rthur R. lVlee ne n g ives hi s ad ch:ess CiS 6724 Delo r, St. Louis 9, Mo . Phillip S. Fishman 's n e w address i ~ 8344 D elm a r , Un ive r s ity C ity . Mo. K e nn e th Wilhe l m s h as b een pro moted to Ass istant G e neral Forer la n a t W a lsh R efractori es in St. T ou is. Mo. H e is living a t 367 1 Wil m ingto n , St. Loui s. M o .

1947 Willi a m L. Mab r ey is w ith Th e Gulf R efinin g Compan y in Tu lsa . Oklahoma. H e is li ving at 1432 So . Carson. Tulsa Oklahoma. Walte r D . B essel' s bus iness ad d r ess is Stainle ss Foundry and En g in eerin g Co., Milwaukee . Wiscon si n. H e r esides at 4346 N. Sh ennan B lvd .. Milwauk ee . Wise. K. W. Cross is with Sinclair R e fin in g Co. and ¡g ives h is h ome ad r'ress as 2317 Oa kvi e w T errac e . M a p le wood , Mi ssouri. H e nry T. Capell e g ive s hi s hom e a ddress a s 1027 W . 7th . E l k City. Okl a. His bu sin ess address is Sh ell

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Oi l Co ., Bo x 149 , Elk City. Ok l<l ho ma . Rob e rt L. B a rm e ie r is livin g at !)43 6 Holl y Hi ll s, S l. L o ui s 9. Mis so uI¡i. Barmei er is with So uth wf's te rn B ell T e le p h on e Company . Wi lli am H. Hellwe ge wa s a <: a m pu s vis itor on Jan. 20. H e is em plo y ed with Carter Carbure tor Co. a n d is livin g at 282!) lVfancl e rl y Dr. , Bre ntwood, Mo. William C. Wunnicke of Stano l ind O il and Gas Co. has bee l! named field eng ine er in th e com pany's area offic e in Hobbs, N ew Mexico. His addre ss is P. O. Bo x F , Hobbs, N ew M ex. Norman O. Rankin is with th e F ed e r al Bureau of Publi c Roads. H e is living at 745 S. 28th , Lincol n. Nebr. 1948 Dale L. T e smer is with the Mc Gra w Construction Company. His h ome address is 1604 31 st S t. Park ers bu r g , W. Virginia. Dav id G . Smith g ives hi s h om e address as 2312 Marion Ave .. Mattoon , Ill. H e is w ith the New York Ce ntral System. George D. Russell 's ma ili ng ad d r ess is Box 351B .. Rosiclaire . llli noi s . H e is wit h th e Alcoa -A lu m inum Ore Company . Herman C. Ross is w ith I.B.M .. St. L o ui s , M issou ri . He is li v ing a t 80 7 S. Garrison Ave., Cartha ge . Missouri. Edward E. Muelle r is an in struc tor at l'h e S c h ool of C eramics . R u tge r s Un ivers ity , N e w Brun s w ick . N e w J ersey . H e is livin g a t 15 Sa n d P I' S Road, Wa s h in g ton Park , N ixon. N e w Jersey . J. D . McK inn ey is doin g gra du a t e work at Missouri Univ er s ity . Hi s home is in Bellevi e w , lVli sso uri. E lmo G. Lindqui st gives hi s n e w mai li n g address a s Box 1247 , E lDorado , A rk ansa s . H e is R es ident Enginee r with F ord , Ba co n a nd Davis Const. Co. Raymond J. Juerge n s is w ith Lead Products Co. Inc ., Houston. T e xa s. His mailing a ddr ess is Box 1341. Houston , Texa s. Willi a m A. Hyde gives his busin ess address a s Gross Marble Wash in g Plant Supervi sor . Oliver Iron Mining Company, Coleraine. Min -

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nesota. His mailing address is P.O . Box 661 Cole r ain e, Minn esota . No r man William Erdman is with Sh e ll O il Co . His ma ili ng addre ss is Box !)95 , F r ank l in', Louisiana. William J. Downey is w ith M issour i State Highway D epartme nt. H e g iv es h is home add r e ss a s 1001 3 Di a mond Dr. , St. Lou is , Misso uri. Edwin E. Corneliu s is with Fair b a nk s Mor se a nd Co. , Beloi t , Wi s con s in. He is l iving a t 1722 J ack so n St. , B elo it , Wisconsin . Ro b ert F. Boswell 's business adr' I' PSS is Ph;l! ips P e troleum Co. , Bx. 93 8 Cut Bank, Montana. lVI. C. Zwi rbl a is with Shell Oil (;0. Hi s m ail ing address is Bo x 18 1, Waltham , Massachusetts. Fre d A. Todd of t he American Zinc Company in Monsanto . Ill. , was on 1h e campu s Jun e 20th . H is hom e c> rldr ess is 5620 Waterman , S t. Louis ] 2 , Mo. J o h'1 R. K eeton g ives his address as Arkansas State College, C. E. D e pt., B ox 236, State College, Ark. Wilbert F . Stoecker writes that hi s new addr ess is 35 E . H ea ley, Champaign, Ill . Lawr e n ce A . Botkin is li ving at 2417 Lin wood , Kansas City 3, Mo. L e e Fulle r gives his n ew address as 26500 Park L awn Drive , Apa rtm e nt 21804 , Euclid 17 , Ohio. H e wr ites, " I h ave b een transferred to Cleveland and w ill work out of h er e as a sa le s representative in the Pi g ment Divi sio n of The E agl ePicher Sa les Company. " Lester E. Fields was a campu , vi s itor on J an. 19 on his way to T e nnessee where his company is a ssi g nin g him to Mascot for per m a n e nt duty. He is employed by American Zin c Company of T ennessee, Mascot. T enn. Ell iott F .and Mary H ele n Dressn e r have r ecently moved to 623 W . Ma'g nolia St. , La~ e l and, Fla . R e x S. S mit h give$ his a ddress a s R. R. No.2 , Oak L aw n , Ill. Walston Chubb is now emplo y ed as a Resea r ch Metallurgist at the Battelle Memorial In stitute. Hi s n e w address is 1502 M'i chigan Ave .. Col um bus 1, Ohio . Jay E . Krath of Stanoline Oil and G a s Co . has been transferred to the compan .v ' s area office in S weetwat.e r. Texas. His mailing address is P . O. Box 257 , Sweetwater. T ex. D elbert L. Garthwaite's address is P . O . Box 802 , Cody , W yo . D el-


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be rt is with Stanolind Oil a nd Ga s Co. in Cody , Wyo. K e nn e th Ack e rmann 's address is Min es Enginee ring Co. , 20 North Wacker Dr .. Chicago , Ill. 1949 Virgil W . Hogl and is e mplo yed with Westinghou se Electric Corp. a nd is living at 413 Boyd St. , Turtl e Cree k , Pa. Walter E. Bail ey, 800 Truman St., S e minole, Okla ., is with th e T exa~ Co . Arthur W . Edmund s, G ene r al Electric Co. , C e ntra l Station Div ., Bl dg. 2-631 , S ch enectady , N. Y. , writes, " M y trainin g thus f a r ha 3 cons isted of 3 month s on resea r c h of Ram-jets , 3 months on L arge Motor and Gene rator Test, 3 m onth s on Indu stri a l Con trol T est, 6 months on quality control for th 2 L arge Turbine D iv., 6 months in organizing and acting as chairm an of the Cost Reduction Progra m for the new Gas Turbin e Div. , and am now in Central S tation Div. S a les. Harry S. Bishop gives h ;s a:i o. r es3 as Rt. No.2 , W ellsville, Mo . Erwin G. Blankenmeister 's a d dress is now 3906 H azard St. , Hou ston , Texas. Coy L . Breuer is now with M issouri State Highway D ept. , and is living at 307 J ackson St. , Marsh field , Mo . John G . ' Duba, D e pt. of Ci v il Engr. , Ill. , In st. of T ech., and V ;l l age Engr ., Park F orest, Ill. , is living at. 107 Dogwood St. , P a rk F o r es t , Ill . Wm. Dale Carn ey, 612 E. El m. Springfield , Mo ., is e mploye d w ith Missouri State Hig h way D ep t. Donald F . Has k ell writes 1hal h ~ is now on the engineering staff 0' the Rey nolds Minin g Corp. , Al e x ander, Ark. Rob e rt W. Hein s gives his addn's o, as 910 Redwood. Apt. 2-A. HOll ~t ()n T exas. Robert is with She ll Oil Co. K enneth D . Walpert is living ~ t 469 Elli son St. , Pate rson , N ew J e rsey . Adolph F . H e mm e , who is win). U. S . Gypsum Co. , resides at n1 Patte rson , Sweetwater, T ex . Stanley R. Hrach, 3926 Alea t113. Ave., St. Louis 16, Mo., is employed with Rokwell Industries , In c., 8843 L a du e Rd ., Clayto n 24 , Mo. Otto Loeb gives his address as Socony -Vacuum Oil Co. of V en e ze u e la , Apartado 246, Caraca s, D.F. , V e nezue la.

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Texas. George is with th e T e xa ~ Co., Geophysical Div. Edwin J . W e rn e r, who is with H a rvey A. J ones, Civil En g in eers, Indepe nd e n ce, Mo., is living at 428 E. Kansas St. , Inde pend e n ce, M o. E lm e r Murray Schmidt i s in t h e Army and his mail can be se nt to his hom e at 606 Lincoln St. , Hin sda le, Ill. Charles K e ller Wissel is with The Gas S e rvic e Co ., K. C. , Mo. Div. , B ox 2 119, 824 Grand Ave. , Kansas, City 13 , Mo. His hom e a ddr ess is 4012 Hall , Kansas City , Mo. Chi M e i Hsiao is living al 731 North Cla rk St., Chicago , Ill. Wilbur F . Quevreaux gives hi s add r ess as c lo She ll Oil C o. , Odessa , T e xa s. William F . Hubbard , Jr. is now an Ensign in the navy. His add r ess is Leger Cts., Old Cor y Rd ., P e n s2cola, F la. Rob e rt F . Morl ock is with t he T exas Co. H e gives his address as B ox 666 , E l Campo , T ex.

Fran k K . Komoto is with th e U. S. Bure a u of R ecl a m a tion , C o l. Basin Project. M a il r eac hes him at P.O. Box 973 , Ephrata , W as hington . D a vid D alpini lives at 2800 A v en ue T , Snyder , T e xas. L. Charles McHenry, who live s at 3 140 Fayette Ave. , Birmingh a m , Ala ., gives his business address a s Sales and S e rvic e , Eimco C orp ., Birmin g ham , Ala . Willia m H. L e nox , 1705 O live, Rolla , Mo. , is with th e Missouri State Highway D ept. Thomas B. Long is em ployed by Inte r nationa l Busin ess Machines. He is living at 3926-50th, D es Moines, Iowa. William H. Magrude r g ives his addre ss as Box 163 , Gle n F e rris. W. Va. E a rl R. Myers is Chief Chemi st, St. Joseph Li,ght and Power Co . Earl lives at 1522 Edmond St., St . Joseph , Mo . 1950 R e inhold A. Poppitz is now in th e Albert J. Zvanut is employed army a nd gives his address as Pvt. wi t h L incoln Electric, 12808 Coit Reinhold A. Poppitz , US55058866 , Rd ., Cle v e land 1, Ohio. He is livin g Sig nal Corps, U . S. Arm y , 9489 at 14219 C o it Rd ., Cleve land 10 , TSU, Ft. Monmouth, N. J . Ohio . Clare nce H. Hudson , 2652 She rJohn Martin Abbott, Jr ., who is wood Ave. , Springfield, Ill. , w r ites, with Kansas City Powe r and Light " I am e mplo y ed b y the L angamo Company , Kansas City ; Mo. , is li vElectric Co., Springfield, Ill . My ing at 613 W. Oak Street, O lathe , fi e ld is electronic a nd i nstru m e n t Kansa s. t r ansformer desi g n. " J ohn Olli e Ams le r is Assistant Cha rl es R. Remin g ton , Jr. is an Foreman with White-Rodoge r s El e c路路 instru ctor, Missouri School oc tric Co. , St. Louis, Mo. John gives Mines, Mechanical D e partme n l , his hom e add r ess as 4132 V irgini a Rolla , Mo . H e is li ving at 7 Cronin Ave. , St. Louis 18 , Mo. Ct. , Rolla , Mo. Wilbert E . B ac h , Jr ., can b e r ea ch William E. M ead is livi ng a l e d at 2139 68th Street, St. Loui s 2202 B e ll a St., Boi se , Idaho. 20, Mo. H e is Chemical Engineer Joseph R. Scully, 1348 N. 42nd for Aluminum Ore Co. St. , E. St. Louis , Ill. , gives his bUs ;Lt. William F. Bucha writes thaI ness address as Equipm e nt and he is in Korea. His home addJ.;es3 T e c\1niques Branch , A eronautical is 600 Gordon St. , C a lumet City , c11art Plant, 710 N. 12t h S t., St. Ill. L ouis, M o. Roy R. ShOllI'd , Jr. , is an Engi Frank W . Sh arp, who is with n ce r with Schlumbe rg e r Oil Well Ha llibu rton Oil W e ll C e m e ntin g S urveying Co . Ro y is livi ng al 307 Co ., is liv ing at 602A S o u t h 11th Lindsa y, Gain esville , T exas. St. . Duncan , Okla . Eugene F . Stife l r eceives his mail George E. Vau g hn , Jr. , r ece ives at 3300 J ac k so n S t. , Alton. Ill. H e hi s mail at P.O. Box 59 8, D e nis o n , is working for McDonnell Aircraft Corp. Charles F . Shukers g ives his busi "HAVE YOU HELPED ARE路 ness address as Fra nk Horton a nd CENT GRADUATE BECOME AC路 Co. , Cons ultin g Engrs . Charles is QUAINTED WITH THE LOCAL li v ing at 802 P opl ar. L amar , IV1o. ALUMNI SECTION?"


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N. Kin gshighway, St. Louis 15, Mo . W a rren is with Emerson Electric 11111111111111111111111111111111111111111111 11111111111111111111111111111111111 Mfg. Co. L eroy F . Sereno can be reached George W. J a m ie son writes that at 2U5 W. 5th S t ., Benton, 111. tie his new addre ss is 21 N. Zunis, is employed at Hercules Powder T u lsa , Okl a . He is empl oyed b y the Co. Carter Oil Compa ny in Tulsa a t Bryan Gregory See ·g ives his ad- the ir research laboratory. dress as C jU J." .... C.1..l"lld. -\......- .ua,lJJ.Han and Clarenc e C. Houk gives his a d SCOot L orp., .b OX 15 0 , Ldll'UllllH~!lL, dress as Box 218 , Potosi, Mo . H e is l!la . working for Baroid Sal es Div. , N at' l .t-'auline F. S chro eder, who is an Lead Co . Ins'l' uc ,ur ot Lllelll1".r j , \,,-U1vl'duO Milton A. Fre iert, who is employ · :::HcUe LOllee;e 01 £'UUCd .lun, IS 11 V' e d with McD onnell Aircraft Corp. , ine; at l 'IO,j-lu,n h.ve. , .M.VL iS6 , is living at 728 E. Swon Ave ., W e b· Greel ey, COlO. ster Groves, Mo. Arwur L ee Schmidt writes, " 1 Robert Orr Franklin, 5227 W . am s,aponed at Lallip lJe'llCK, 26th St., Cleveland 29, Ohio , is wi t h ,r 'reuenCK, IVIa., as a LlleIfl1cal ",D, A lu minum Company of America , gineer aOlng secret wurK. '1 DIS Cleveland, Ohio . cal1.p IS tDe OlOlug,cal cen,er of tDe Ralph E. Coffe e is an Anal y tica l unaed Sta,es . IVIUCD wo rK IS aone Chemlst, Mo. Portland Cemen t Co . in researCD, aesle;n, aua a evewpRe is h ving at 30<!3 Sulphur Ave. m ent scae;es. Auuress rnall to nUllle 5t. Louis 9, Mo. aaaress ." HlS home aauress is 461 J ohn P. Cavanaugh gives his ad· OaK St. , Webster Groves I t1, ivlo . dress as 1806 S. 8en Street , Sprll1g · J erry D. Ryan is in the Army . H e field , Ill. John is w.th tl1e Ill. DIV. receIves hIS mall at hIS home adof Highways . dress WhICh IS 0361 Alabama, St. Willis Stanton Cady is w ith LoUls, Mo. A.merican Car and Foundry . H e is Kermit G . Rowley is empl oyed living at 5403 L oughborough , S t. with Shell Oil Co . His home ad- Louis, Mo. dress is Shawneetown, 111. Don Heath writes, "Since grad· PhIlIp L . .ParKer, wno IS with Mcuating in J an. 1950, I have sp ent D onnell Aircrart Corp. , i s l1Vll1-g nine months at the UDlV. of Pa . at 5459 Bar tmer Ave., St. LOUIS, doing graduate work in phys ics. Mo. i J ...-J This work was sponsore d b y the Carl K . Mann can be reached b y Ohio Brass Co. , the compan y for writing 9l:Ju<! L:f.avu.s , A,fton 23 , which 1 am now workin g. " Don Mo . His business address is Nooter gives his address as 191 3rd Stree t Corp ., 1400 S . 2nd S treet, S t. L ou is, N . W. Barberton , Ohio. Mo . Jack R Babbitt can be r ea che d K enneth Lichius is working for Westinghouse Electric Corp. , Lim a , at 1911 Marsa Drive, Springf ield , Ohio . Kenneth is living at 775 Mo. Frank T. Chamber s writes tha t Richie, Lima, Ohio. h e is now employe d a s Sales Eng iL ovell J . Lukrofka , who liv e s at 191 5 E. Elm ., Springfield, Mo., is n eer with L acled e Steel Co. , A r Sanitary E ngr. , City of Springfiel d , ca d e B l d g ., St. Louis ,Mo. His n ew home a ddr ess is 4304 Ko eln Dr. , S pringfiel d, Mo. John D . McDonough is a M et a l - Morg anford P a rk, St. Louis 16 , Mo . lurgist, Emsco Derrick and EquipEd w in R Acheson h as just ac· ment Co., Los Angel e s, Calif. John cepte d appointment to G en er a l l ives at 313 1 A. Illinois Ave ., South Ele ctric 's Tra ining Program for y oung e n gin eer s . H e will b e ass ignGate , Calif. Peter J. Koppel gives his address e d initially to Lockla n d Ohio. H is a s 884 Grove St. , M e adville, Pa . m a iling address w ill be 303 W . H e is empl oy ed with W e stinghouse W oodbine Ave ., Kirkw ood 22 , Mo . Ele ctric Corp ., Indu strial Heating , K enneth C . Ro a ch of 6917 B ra d · l ey Ave ., St. Louis, Mo ., h as be· M eadville, Pa. J . C. Kenn e dy is Civil Engr . for come a m ember of the engineering Bureau of Reclaimation . His maildep artment of M on santo Chemical ing address is 2020 W est Center St. , Compa n y's pla nt at Mon santo, Ill. Denver, Colo . Donald C. S ewall w rites, " I am

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Gyp sum Co. , S weetw ater T exas, a s a n A ssista nt Qua rry Eng m eer , Sweetw a ter , T exas ." His home address is 1004 Hailey St. , Sweetw ater , T exas . Pa trick McN ulty g ives his address as RR No.1 , Mt. 1-'rosp e ct, Ill. A h re a T. 1'..lernme CaD oe r each· ed at 1 '{ H ! S. ~ow ,:, t. , 'l err e H a Ll te 1nd. lJonal d C . Griffin i s now employea o y ,ue T . C. VV DeatOn L:fIaSS ,-,v.Dpa ll y In t De,r tteSectrCD Lauvra wry, h e IS llVll.'S at .M.P C, lUl , h.l·le.le V luage, lVUllvl11 e, N , J . hlCllara N , harr ,son g ives his a aaress a s 4 625 w, ~ 15 m A v e ., D en· Ver , Col o . Jo e hUl sl ey writes that his n ew aa aress is ~19 Popla r , Jener son CIty, Mo. D w a y n e G . Blumen stock is em · ll lo yed with G en er a l ~l e c.ric, His ma lllng a ddress is 2121 W . L y on Sprll1griel d , M o. L t . J. G . Russell J. Juda h h as b een recalle d to a ctIve duty by the N av y , He is presentl y servll1 g as A ss,sta n t Eng ineer in g Officer on the C ,S,S. Frank Knox DDR-742 . His mailing address is U.S .S, Frank I"":nox, DDR-742 , c lo FPO , San Fra ncisco , Ca lif. Ar thur R McDermott l ists his address as 3013 Bail ey Ave " S t. Louis, Mo . William E. Fulks is empl oyed w ith the U.S.G.S, in Rolla , Mo . W alter T. H a nnan r e ceives his mail c lo G en era l D eliver y O'N eill , NebI', H e is w ith the U.S,G .S . Topo· gra phic Branch. Paul W. Green, Jr ., 13 14 W ells A v e " W ebster Groves, M o. , is now e mploye d b y L a cl ed e S teel Co . Arthur E. Tuegel is in t he Arm y , H e w ill r eceive m a il a ddr essed to 38 21 Greer , S t. Louis 7, Mo. D on E. Spa ckleI' gives his a ddress as c ia Mol oney Elect ri c Co" S t Lo uis 20 , Mo. W a lter H ampson Jr" is livin g at 410 S, Euclid , Siou x F alls, S out h Dakota , Pij ush K , R oy is a gr a du ate stu· de nt at Alfred U n ive r sity . His a d · dress is B on 62, Alfre d , N . y , William E . S peece is n ow in t h e U , S. Ma r ine Corps, H e w ill r eceiv e mail a rld ressAd to 61 3 Nebrask a Ave., Y ork, Nebr. H enri S . Ri go is on t h e fa culty of A rk a n sas State College. H e can b e r e ar.hed h v w riting B ox 236, S tate College Ark.