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MSM-UMR Alumni Association Telephone (314) 341-4171 ; (314) 341-4172 OFFICERS Robert M. Brackbill '42

Texas Pacific Oil Co. 1700 One Main ' Place, Dallas, TX 75240

President-Elect

Richard H. Bauer '52

Missouri Electrochem, Inc . ...................... 1976 8013 Dale Ave ., St. Louis, MO 63117

Vice-Preside nt

Arthur G . Baebler ' 55

20 Fox Meadows Sunset Hills, MO 63127

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Vice-President

Robert D. Bay '49

222 Magna Carta Dr . St. Louis, MO 63141

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Vice-Preside nt

Jame s B. McGrath '49

Fruin-Colnon Corp . 1706 Olive St ., St . Louis, MO 63103

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Vice-President

Joseph W. Mooney '39

7383 Westmoreland Unive rsity City , MO 63130

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Secretary .

Robert V. Wall '51

Dept of Metal:urgical & Nuclear Engr., UMR Rolla, MO 65401

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Route # 4 , Box 50 Rolla, MO 65401

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MSM -UMR Alumn i As sociation Univ e r si ty of .Mi ssouri - Rollo Rollo, Mi ssouri 65401

Volume 49

AUGUST 1975 Number 5

Treasure r .

.. Vernon T. Loesing '42

Allan H. LaPlante '63 Belding H. McCurdy '38 E. L. Pe rry '40 Hans E. Schmoldt '44 Lawrence A . Spanier J50 John O . Wilms '43 .

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James J . Murphy '35 R. O . Kasten '43

Melvin E. Nickel '38 .

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AREA DIRECTORS Term Expires 183 Main St ., Acton , MA 01720 .. . 1977 1977 1660 A.hlawn Dr, ; Pltt.burgh, PA 15241 .......... ,. 1976 7412 Admirql Drive, Alexar,dria, VA 22307 ... .. . 11566 Plumhill Dr., Cincinnati , OH 45242 1977 19716 Caachwoad , Riv e rview , MI 48192 1975 808 Solar, Glenvi e w , IL 60025 1976 219 Timothy Lane , Carte rville , IL 62918 ....................... 1975 624 Gallvie w Dr ., Ballwin , MO 63011 .1975 1977 7500 Natural Bridge Rd ., St . Louis, MO 63121 Ozark Le ad Co ., Rural Branch , Swe etwater, MO 63680 .. ... . 1976 1977 P. O . Box 573 , Sikeston , MO 63801 7598 Jahn Ave ., Oakville, MO 63129 . 1977 14219 De nver Ave. , Grandview, MO 64030 ..... ............... 1975 9000 Skycrest Dr., St . Lauis, MO 63126 1975 12723 Stone ridg e Dr ., Florissant, MO 63033 ..... ........... ...... . 1975 2310 Tex as, Joplin , MO 64801 1975 1976 1101.5 East 39th, Indeper.dence, MO 64052 . 1976 5249 S. 68th East Place , Tulsa, OK 74145 ... ..... 1976 5743 Jason , Houston , TX 77035 1977 3065 South Ingalls Way, Denver, CO 80227 ....

157 Hickey Blvd ., S. San Francisco, CA 94080 ...... .. ........... .. 1976 EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE 9954 Holli.tan Court, St . Louis , MO 63124

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President, Murphy Company, 1340 North Price Road, si. Louis, MO 63132

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EX-OFFICIO DIRECTORS Paul T. Dowling '40 . Karl F. Hasselmann ' 25 .

tssu e d bi . monthly in the interest of the graduates and former students of the Missour i School of Mines and Metallurgy and the University of Missouri -Rollo . .Entered as second closs matter October 27 . 1926. at Post Offi ce at Rollo . Missouri 65401 . under the Act of March 3 1897 . .

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DIRECTORS AT LARGE Term Expires 1"2702 Rocky Hill Dr., Houston , TX 77066 1977 .. 7400 Sun Island Dr ., South , Suite 711 , South Pasadena, FL 33707 . 1975 General Manager, Port of Tacoma , Tacoma, WA 98401 1977 Schmoldt Engineering Services Co. , Inc. , :526 S. Se minole, Bartlesville, OK 74003 1975 5 Pettit Dr., Dix Hills , NY 11746 1976 7505 Va ri e l, Canoga Park , CA 91303 .................. _._ ..... . 1976

Area Zip Code Numbers 00- 14 H. W. Flood '43 J. D. Patterson '6l 15-21 22-33 John B. Toome y '49 35-45 Harold Koste n '60 46-59 Euge ne C. Fadle r '62 60-61 Frank C. Apple yard '37 62-62 ..c'. Stuart Fe rre ll '64 Allre d J . Bu e sch e r '64 63 -65 Rob e rt W . Klor e r '44 63 -6.5 63-65 Harold A. Krueger '42 63-65 J . R. Patte rson ' 54 '63-65 Ge arg e R. Schill ing e r '63 Clifford C. Tanquary '57 63-65 Bruce E. Torantola ' 51 63-65 63 -65 G e orge D. Tamazi ' 58 63-65 R. Michae l Salmon '63 63-6.5 Edwin J . We rn e r '49 66-74 He rman Fritsch e n ' 51 75 -79 Rex Allard '40 Thor Gjelslee n ' 53 . 80·90 and 96-99 E. Murray Schmidt '49 . 90-95

Peter F. Mattei '37 .

A 'Jish eye" view of the UMR nuclear reactor taken by Ernie Gutierrez, UMR staff photographer.

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President

F. C. Schneeberger '25 . Jame. W . Stephen. '47 ....... , ..

Noot.r Corp .. 1.400 S. Third St. ; St . Lauis, MO 63131 3100 W . Alabama , Suite 207, Houston, TX 77006 . 10601 South Hamilton Ave ., Chicaga, IL 61643 # 1 Briar Oak, St . Louis, MO

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STAFF Frank H. Mackaman . Director, Alumni Activities . MSM-UMR Alumni Association Franci. C. Edward • ...... Executive Secmary ... .. ......... Harri. Hall, UMR, Rolla, MO 6S401

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1975 HOMECOMING PROGRAM

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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 17 9:00 a.m. 10 :00 a.m. 11 :00 a.m . 5:00 p .m . 5 :00 p .m . 9:00 p .m . 9:00 p.m . 10 :00 p .m .

Registration begins - Lounge of the Student Union Board of Directors Meeting, MSM-UMR Alumni Association 1950 Class recreation events on campus. Schedule available at registration . Registration recessed until 8 :00 a.m. Saturday Cocktails at St . Pat's Church Recreation Hall, directly north of campus. Class of 1950 Dance, Oak Meadow Country Club. Homecoming Dance, University Center Queen Coronation, University Center - Centennial Hall

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Noon 2:00 p.m. Post-game 6:00 p .m. 6:15 p .m . 7:00 p.m . 9 :00 p.m .

Registration resumes, Student Union Lounge Class Reunion Luncheons, University Center Centennial Hall, 50 Years and Before; 1930; 1935; 1940; 1945; 1950; 1955; 1960; 1965; 1970 St. Louis Section - Pub Mobile Kickoff, Miners vs. Northeast Missouri State Univ. Fraternities, sororities, organizations and classes open houses Board of Directors party for awardees and guests (by invitation) Miner Lounge open for pre-banquet festivities second floor of University Center * Alumni Awards Banquet, University Center Centennial Hall Annual Meeting, MSM-UMR Alumni Association

*Dinner served on state property .

BE SURE TO REGISTER, in order that your name will be on the attendance list that will be published Friday and Saturday. You will know who has returned and others will know you are on the campus .

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FOOTBALL TICKETS - Alumni purchase the Ticket "Reserved for Alumni" at the Registration Desk or Ticket Window at Jackling Field. BANQUET AND CLASS REUNION LUNCHEON TICKETS - Available at the Registration Desk. Tickets for events must be purchased in advance . Motel Information on Page 2

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Homecoming Plans T hi s year most events have been moved to t h e campus. T he size of the re turning al umn i group has elimina ted any priva te ly owned facility to handle the c rowds . Registration wi ll be he ld in the lo unge of th e St udent Union, which is attac hed to the Un iversity Center building at 11 th a n d Rolla Street. Plans are proceed ing to move the computer console to the registration site so you can make instant up -dates to your master file. The C la ss of 1950 has schedul ed a full weekend of events start ing with a golf to urnament on the UMR course. It will also includ e tennis , handball , sw imming and bridge. The Class has graciously invited all re turning alumni to the i r C lass dance whi ch will be held at the Oa k Meadow Country Cl u b at 9 p.m., Friday the 17th. There will b e a get-acquainted cocktai l party Friday evening for everyone in town for Hom ecom ing. The admissio n pri ce will cover the lib ations a nd the catered "sn acks n. This event will be at the St. Pat's multi -purpose building direct ly in back of the church. This is not state property. There will be parking in the church and university lots. Friday dinner is o n your own. The Student Union Snack Bar wi ll be open a nd will fea ture a specia l Homecoming menu . On Saturda y reun io n classes of 25 years and prior will be in vit ed to th e Chancello r 's R esidence for an eye open er. Although t he Resid ence is only large enough to accommodate the numbers represented in the classes of 25 years and before, reunion lun cheons wi ll be o rgan ized for the classes of 50 years and before; 1930; 1935 ; 1940; 1945; 19 50; 1955 ; 1960; 1965 a nd 1970 . The reunion lunc hes wi ll be held In the Centennia l Room pI the Un iversit y Center starting at 11: 30 a.m. Class photographs wi ll be taken du rin g and after the lunc h. T he St. Louis Section invit es a ll no n -reun ion alumni to the ir buffet- lib at io n lun ch at the Pub Mobile. Adm iss ion wi ll be charged. The Miner -Bu ll dogs kick-off will be at New J ac klin g Fi e ld at 2 p .m . After the game yo u are e nco uraged to attend the many open houses wh ich will be sponsored by student organizations. You should also be aware that t he

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All Rolla Numbers are Area Code 314. Please make your reservation directly with the hotel -motel of your choice. Almost all Homecoming events will be held on campus, almost all accommodations will require a ride to the campus. Please plan accordingly. Coachlight "Best Western" Inn, Martin Springs Dr . . . ....... ... .. 341-2511 Edwin long Hotel, 8th & Pine . . .......... ..... .. . . . ....... .. .. 364-1862 ** Holiday Inn, Martin Springs Dr . . .. ...... . ....... .. . . .... . ..... 364-5200 Howard Johnson's Motor lodge, 1-44 & Bus. 1-44 W . ..... . .... ... . 364-7111 Intersta te Motel, Martin Springs Dr . . ..... ....... .. ... ... ..... . 341-2158 little Piney Motor lodge, Hwy. 63 North ... ... . .. .. .. ..... . . ... 364-2161 Manor Inn, Hwy. 1-44 & 63 . .. ........... . ................. . . . 364.. 1575 New Grande Motel, 1201 Hwy. 63 North . . . ... ... ............ . . 364·\335 Nod-a-Way Motel, Hwy. 63 North .... .. ..... ... ..... . . . .. ..... 364...7445 Norman Dee Inn Motel. Bus. 1-44 West ..... .. .... . .... ....... .. 364-4156 Rolla Rancho Motel, Martin Springs Dr ......................... 364-4509 Rustic Motel, Hwy. 63 South .. ...... ..... . .. . ... .... ... .... . .. 364-6943 Sixty Three Motel, Northwye . . . . ..... .... . .... . .... . ...... . . . 364-1827 Wayfarer Inn, Martin Springs Dr . ........ . . ... . ... .... . ... . .. . 364-5454 leno's Motel, Martin Springs Dr. .... . ... .. .... .. .............. 364·1301

* * Headquarters for the Class of 1950 Reunion and closs members will be given preference.

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Awards Banquet wil l be held o n state ( uni ve rsity) property with a ll the ramifications impli cit in that statement. The Board of Directors of the Association will entertai n the A lumni Awardees a nd their guests prior to the banquet T he Miner Lounge on the secon d floor of the Unive rsity Center adjace nt to the banque t site wi ll be open at 6: 15 p .m. a n d faculty members of the Homecoming Committee will be

there to welcome early arrivals . Dinner will be served promptly at 7 p .m. The Board recognizes tha t there are substantial changes from Homecomings immediately past. One of the penalties of success has been the tremendous increase in the crowds in Rolla and the only p lace large enough to fe ed you a ll is the University Center. Come back; enjoy yo urself; t hat 's what Homecoming is all abou tl August 1975


President's Letter

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Dear Colleagues: We begin this academic year, I believe , with greater recognition of realities than we had a year ago. I think we are better prepared, less likely to be surprised, more able to meet our responsibilities. That is not to say that our resources are adequate to do what we want to do and ought to do. Quite clearly, they are not. But we now know the impact of double-digit inflation and its aftermath. We know the general philosophy of new national leadership, that leadership 's balance with the Congress and the support that can be expected from the federal government. Similarly, at the state level, we can predict with reasonable accuracy the directions which the administration and the legislature will go; we have had a year of experience with the Coordinating Board for Higher Education; we know the fiscal restraints within the existing tax structure. At the University, we have put in place the first parts of a 10-year plan . The other parts should be added and fitted together this year. We have new leadership at Rolla and at St. Louis and a new vice president for academic affairs, whom I regard as outstanding additions to the administrative team. Last year was one of econo mic shock, fiscal disappointment, orientation to new structures and strictures, a period of transition. With regard to the economic and fiscal situations, there is absolutely no point in lamenting what might have been or worrying about what is notand there surely is a lot of not! Rather, the challenge-and I very definitely mean everyone of us who is a part of this Institution-is to get on with the assignment, with our primary purpose for being: teaching and learning. In doing so , we must continue to recognize the realities of limited resources. Except in a few cases, re al improvement in the im-

there are eeoming! penalties :mendous 1 and the • yOU all is

mediate future-maybe the foreseeable futuremust be self-generated . One hears that in people- intensive organizations such as the University, in which about 70 per cent of our budget is in payroll, improved productivity is much more difficult to achieve than it is in organizations more subject to mechanization. Certainly that is true . On the other hand, I suspect a university has more intelligent and creative people per capita than any other organization. It follows that we ought to be able to do some intelligent and creative things to improve our own performance, to be more effective. It is the nature of the institution to teach and assist others to improve. We need to do more of that for ourselves. I hope everyone devotes a portion of imagination and brain-power to figuring out how whatever each of us is doing can be done better. As I say, I think we are better equipped than most organizations to do that. Let me add , parenthetically, that to ask people to think of how to improve their own performance requires that supervision, ma:1agement, administration-from the president to the foreman-be encouraging and receptive to suggestions. What I'm saying, in other words, is let us not worry about what might have been but do what we can better. Robert Frost put it more sharply when he said, "The reason why worry kills more people th an work is that more people worry than work." Sincerely,

~fo«~~ C. BRICE RATCHFORD President

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Chancellor Raymond Bisplinghoff Responds to Budget Mr. Chairman , Mr. President Members of the Board:

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With your permission, I will respond to the impact (of the 1975 -76 budget) on UMR in a somewhat different context than the others and reflect a viewpoint not yet reflected. President Ratchford has outlined the budget numbers and I will not review them again, but speak to their impact. Based on these budget numbers for income, and taking account of our estimated expenditures, including inflation, the budget problem at Rolla will result in the following: ( 1) Virtually all open positions extant will remain unfilled and most of those that result from resignations during the year will be unfilled. (2) There will be another delay in upgrading what are now second rate laboratories. This delay causes us much concern since the quality of education in science and engineering is determined by the quality of laboratories. (3) There will also be another delay in upgrading a third-rate library which is in this condition because of continuing inability to fund acquisitions, specifically periodicals , at even a minimal level. (4) T here will be a general shift in the center of gravity to undergraduate teaching with less effort on research and ex tension . ( 5) There will be increased work loads at all levels a nd reductions in all services. Mr. President, these budget reduc¡ tions can be made, and I can't tell yo u that they will produce a disaster next year. Some will even result in greater efficiencies. As far as external appearances are concern ed, Rolla will appear relatively unchanged to yo u . If the bell to lls next year, it will toll for our sons who will have the quality of their education in science and engin eering degraded at Rolla still another step.

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But , Mr. President , it is in the preparation for the future that the bell will toll the loudest for you and me and all who set policy if we are unable to grasp the enormous future for this university. The universities, and especially technical universities like Rolla , will be presented with an opportunity to contribute to the state, and the nation, equal to or greater than that of the agricultural schools in the last century. The God of the twentieth century is energy. Without it, an industrial state, indeed an industrial and agricultural state , counts for absolutely nothing. As energy is depleted it will be fought over in a way that will display the shabbiest side of human nature. Since the beginning of the industrial revolution, economic growth in the U.S. as measured by growth in GNP has been coupled to growth in available energy. The two are inextricably connected. The state of Missouri and the nation will not solve their economic problems until they solve their energy problems - until we can achieve some measure of independence from imported petroleum (and the tyranny of OPEC countries) . No institutions have greater opportunity to contribute to these solutions than the technically based universities . Either through good planning or no planning at all the University of Missouri has in its Rolla campus an enormous state and national resource an institution ideally suited to the times. Energy and minerals have traditionally been the name of the game at Rolla . It is one of only five campuses in the nation with these traditions and strengths.

T he state of M issouri ranks 18th in t h e nation in the valu e of its non-renewa ble natural resources, bringing into the state an income of 2 billion a year. But the sta te of Missouri has o nly scratch ed the surface. The state must now move to assess the potential for recovering and developing additional known natural resources - developing the technology to recover in an economic and ecological manner the coals of the northwestern sector of the state, the heavy oils along the western

border with Kansas, and the barite fines in the old tailing ponds, not to mention Missouri sun , wind, water and wood . The university can lead the way in this effort if it has the will. The science engineering, and mines and metallur!IT departments at Rolla, as well as comparable departments at Columbia , understand these questions. With all due respect to you gentlemen and the rest of the university , these problems will not be solved except by your middle class sons and daughters who graduate from these departments. All of us, faculty as well as policymaking bodies , must find the vision to raise our sights to the larger future problems faced by the state and the nation . We must find some way to anticipate future problems and plan for them . This is what a university should be all about. Trained people and the necessary fundamental knowledge do not now exist to make the 600 billion dollar investment in the United States which will be needed to achieve energy independence. You can be sure that other kinds of institutions will recognize these opportunities if we don 't. The universities throughout the nation have so far not distinguished themselves by their response to these problems. If t here was ever a time to sustain moment um at Rolla, it is now . We plan to keep Rolla moving by going to private and federal sources of funds during the next year, but the extent to which this will succeed is unknown. In summary, Mr. President, we can turn down the screws another yea r at Rolla , b ut we should a ll have some trouble sleeping at night as we survey the fu ture. Raymond L. Bisplinghoff Chancellor University of Missouri - Rolla Rolla, Missouri

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Development News Chanc ellor 's Statem ent : The mission of UMR is education; but more than that, quality education. Legislative appropriations traditionally have provided the base for the University budget. These monies fund the essentials such as salaries, overhead and maintenance. The extras that add excellence must be underwritten by other sources. Last February the Chancellor 's Development Council met for a day reviewing an in-depth study of the campus which had been conducted by the UMR faculty. As a result of this meeting , the Council recommended that the Chancellor build a development program for the decade which would incorporate the essential elements of the study. The Council also suggested the Chancellor appoint a steering committee to assist. During these past months I have been involved in the exercise of budget building and justification . While examining our requests to the legislature, I was also testing the facuity study which provided the input for the Februa ry mee ting. I also appoi nted an ad hoc steering committee to help me . The committee is identified at the end of this report. The challenges facing this university are great. The opportunity to serve Missouri and the nation is limitless. As a result of input from ~any sources, and because I have a strong personal opinion about the importance of UM R in t he state and nation, I have decided to com mence the development program for the 1975 -85 decade . The first step of the program will consist of a $5 million goal , proceeds to be used for scholar ships, depa rtment al refinement, library , instruction enrichment and research. Step I , which will span a three year period, will commence in Septem ber, 1975 . Step II , which will complete the decade program, has as its objectives the completion of t he University Center complex, continuation of the accelerated programs in Step I , and added endow ments . The effectiveness of the University of Missouri-Rolla is only as great as the support provided from the campus, community, alumni and friends. The Chancellor's Development Council will MS M Alumnus

be an important factor in the success of ger, ARCO / Polymers , Inc . , Philadelthis venture , as will the involvement and phia, PA ; Edward A. Smith '24 , support of all our other individual and Chairman, Service Drilling Co ., Tulsa, corporate friends. I will be seeking OK; Norman D. Blair '4 1, Director, advice, counsel and leadership from Network Design , American Telephone & Telegraph Co ., New York, NY . every quarter as this program unfolds. Members of the Chancellor's Ad Hoc Committee are: Robert M. Brackbill '42 , Executive Vice President, Texas Continental Pipe Line Co. recently Pacific Oil Co., Dallas, TX; Paul T. Dowling '40, President , Nooter Corp., made a donation of two $500 scholarSt. Louis, MO ; Fred W . Finley '41, ships to the University of Missouri Partner, Finley Engineering Co . , La- Rolla . mar , MO; Alden C. Hacker '41 , Presentation of the $1 ,000 check was Manager of Engineering, Eaton Corp., made by Jerry R . Sellers, district St. Louis, MO; Thomas A. Holmes '50, manager of Continental's Yellowstone President , Ingersoll-Rand Co. , Wood- District , to Dr. Raymond L. Bisplingcliff Lake , NJ ; Robert D . Jenkins '53, hoff, UMR Chancellor. The occasion Partner , Jenkins & Blaine, Kansas City, was a mee ting of the Pacific Northwest MO ; Frederick S. Kummer '55, Chapter of the MSM-UMR Alumni President, HBE Corp. , St. Louis , MO ; Association at the Tacoma Club , Edward A . Owsley, Executive Vice Tacoma, Wash. President , Rolla Area Chamber of One of the scholarships will be Commerce; Herman J. Pfeifer '36 , awarded to a student in mechanical Sales Manager, Foundry Markets , Ferro e ngineering and the other to a student A lloys Div., Union Carbide Corp., in civil engineering. A committee of Chicago, IL; Joseph B. Schmitt '42, facuity members will choose the recipVice President and Marketing Mana - ient.

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Dr. Jim C. Pogue, left, dean of facu lties and provost at the University of Missouri - Rolla, accepts checks totaling $5,500 from Howard Rutherford, center, engineering manager of Monterey Coal Co. , Carlinvz'lle, Ill. , while Dr. Maila.nd Strunk, rz'ght, chairman of chemical engineerz'ng at UMR , obs~ r~es. The money 15 a gift of th e Exxon U. S.A . Foundation (Monterey Coalzs a subszdwry of Exxon) and will be distributed as follows : $2,000 to petroleum engmeermg, d evelopm ent fund; $2, 000 to chemical engineering developm ent fu nd, and $1, 500 to mining developm ent fund. Departmental developm ent funds at UMR are used to purchase laboratory equzpment, to enable fa culty and students to . attend professzonal meet ings, to inform prospective students of career opportunztzes and currzculum m the indivz'dual departments .

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Geology ~ Geophysics Chairman Named J erome A . Eyer has been named Chairman , Department of Geology & Geophysics of the College of Arts and Scien ces at UMR. Eyer has his post secondary education in Missouri, having a ttended Missouri Valley College, Southwest Missouri State University and .the University of Missouri-Columbia where he completed both the B.A. and M .A. in Geology . He earned the Ph .D . in Geology from the University of Colorado with a minor in Astrogeophysics. Although he held teaching and research positions while a student, he has b een in industry since receiving the doctorate. Dr. Eye r is married and he and his wife Joy have two children. Active in a wide range of community affairs , Dr. Eyer is also active in professional organizations and is a m ember of the American Geophysical U nion , Am erican Association of Petroleum Geologists, the American Institute of Professional Geologists and was a member of the Speakers Bureau of the O kl a hom a P etroleum Council.

With the combination of disciplines available here at UMR and the total University of Missouri system it seems to be an ideal environment to meet some of those cha llenges. My primary background, interests and experience are in natural resource evaluation and exploration for petro¡ leum, coal, uranium and metallics . The staff in the Department of Geology and Geophysics at UMR represent most of the disciplines necessary for training of contemporary explorationists¡namely geophysicists , geochemists and geologists . In addition the future explorationist must have knowledge in the development , economic and environmental aspects as related to exploration . Strong programs already exist in each of these areas at UMR in the geology and geophysics department as well as other departments. Our primary focus in the department of geology and geophysics will be to provide the necessary training for future resource evaluation personnel and explorationists , to keep the information relevant and contemporary by our resea rch activities and to interact with other departments in order to help m a ke UMR a cohesive and aggressive institution. I am excited about this challenge and the potential of the uni ve rsity. "

Pearson Honored Dr. Lon Pearson , assistant professor of Spanish at UMR has been awarded a fellowship by the National Endowment for the Humanities. This award enables Dr. Pearson to attend a national seminar entitled 'Written and Oral Tradition in Spanish Literature " and to undertake personal study and research at the Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, Md . , from Sept. 1 through June 1 of next year. While at Johns Hopkins, his title will be Fellow in Residence in Spanish. The fellowship is one of nine awarded this year to college level Spanish teachers throughout the country. Dr. Pearson earned his baccalaureate degree from the University of Utah and h is masters and doctorate from the University of California-Los Angeles. He joined the UMR faculty in 1970 . Mrs . Pearson and his family will accompany him to Baltimore.

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J erry Eyer A recent arri va l on the campus, Dr. Eyer was willing to sh are the fo llowing with us. '1 am h a ppy to be in Rolla and look forward to a p roductive relations h ip with t he University of Missouri. Ma ny of m y co lleagues have expressed t heir surprise to m e fo r taking an acad em ic p ositi on a ft er spending most of m y career in industry . Many things prom pt ed this m ove but m ostly it is a desire to h elp guide an aggressive academic program th a t will tra in students who are well prepared to solve some en ergy related problem s fa cing our coun try .

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A lva Elliott, supermsor of the nuclear reactor at the University of Mzssouri-Rolla, says he ''grew up with the reactor." He did the electronics work on th e reactor, Mzsso uri 's first, and has been operator and supermsor for th e past 14 years. If you want to know anything about the nuclear reactor at the University of Missouri-Rolla , the man to see is Alva (better known as "Alvie') Elliott. He 's the reactor supervisor, a senior reactor operator licensed by the Atomic Energy Commission. And he actually helped put the apparatus together. "You might say the reactor and grew up together," Elliott says . He had his own radio and television business in Rolla when he was employed in the spring of 1961 to do the electronics work on Missouri's first reactor . When it went "critical " in December of that year, Elliott was the operator. Not only does Elliott know the facility inside out, he and the reactor staff have scrounged or made all replacement parts . 'The company which manu factured the reactor went out of business even before ours was activated, so it has been an 'orphan ' from the start, " he explains . In addition to Elliott , two of the staff, Mike Jones and Richard Luckett, are licensed reactor operators. They are also qualified in electronics . Other reactor staff members are Ervin Wentz, laboratory mechanic, and Karen Lane, secretary. The three operators are

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instructors for Nuclear Engineering 306, Reactor Operation, in which students actually learn to operate the reactor. Elliott believes that UMR's nuclear engineering students have an advantage in receiving practical as well as theoretical training. '1n many universities , they never go near a reactor ," he says. It was decided early that the UMR facility, a typical swimming pool reactor , would be used primarily for educational purposes. The supervisor says that it is ideally constructed for instruction . "You can see everything nothing is hidden or enclosed," he points out. Research effort is also limited to educational projects. Although the reactor is used for instruction by the nuclear engineering department, Elliott stresses that it is a campus not a departmental facility. Currently about 20 research projects from several departments use it. Most of the research is activation analysis work in which nuclear particles are used to make a material radioactive and it is analyzed to determine its composition. However , projects are doubled up, and when the reactor is on,

many different samples can be irradiated at the same time. It is in operation about 85 per cent of a 40-hour week. According to Elliott , research on the moon rocks is the most interesting he has done. This included not only the UMR project directed by Dr. Oliver Manuel, but also work for Washington University and the National Aeronautics and Space Administration. In the past few years, the reactor staff has also put out 10 or 12 publications and papers, mostly on improved methods of operation and new applications. Approximately 2500 people visit the facility ann ually, mostly students from high schools or other colleges that do not have reactors. Elliott feels that these visits have important educational value _ "A lot of people are scared of a reactor, and I think it is strictly fear of the unknown . After they see the reactor, and it is explained to them, they lose their fear, " Elliott says. He himself has never had any qualms about working there. ''Most people don 't realize that we live with radioactivity. In just one X-ray, you get more radioactivity than I have gotten since the reactor was built. " The reactor supervisor has an example he likes to tell people who are afraid the reactor will blow up. (Actually, in case of any malfunction , it would simply stop operating.) "Sure there is danger, " he drawls . ''M aybe a nuclear submarine will fly over and drop his anchor on us and squash our reactor building. The chances of an explosion are about the same!" In his spare time, Elliott relaxes with a long time hobby, ham radio. He likes to camp and fish , and now that the five Elliott children are married and away from home, he and his wife like to take their 19 -foot travel trailer on extended vacation trips. They have gone all over Mexico and Canada in the past, but the gasoline situation keeps them closer to home these days. After 14 years, Elliott still finds his job "exciting, never boring." 'This is still a new field," he says. 'There 's always something new and different new applications, new AEC regulations to learn and comply with . And there's always someone wanting to try something that hasn't been tried before. " All in all, it's a challenge. And that's what UMR's nuclear reactor supervisor likes .

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Conference on Energy The seco nd annua l Conference on E ne rgy , sponsored by the Governor's Misso uri E nergy Council a nd the U ni versity of Missouri -Rolla, will be held Oct. 7 -9 on the Rolla campus. Purpose of the conference is to provide social scientists, scientists and eng ineers a m eans for rapid communi catio n of their most recent research in t he fie ld of energy and to offer practical solutions to energy related prob lems for gove rnment and industry. Theme for this y a r 's conference is "Energy Crisis T wo Years Progress Towards Self Reliance. " Approximately 75 technical pa pers have b en selected for presentation in the fol low ing eight energy categories: C hem ica l e nergy co nversion ; economics of energy (alternative systems, e nergy conversio n and theory and policy); energy environment ; energy managem nt ; mining a nd petroleum energy resources; energy systems; nuclear ene rgy a nd power; wind and solar energy . P hilip N . Ross, manager - power systems planning for W estinghouse Electric Corp ., East Pittsburgh, Pa., is o n of the major invited speakers. H is top ic deals with the eco nomi cs of energy co nv rsion in the fie ld on electric power. He will spea k at th e Wednesday lun h on. Th conference is an extension a tiv ity of UMR 's College of Arts and Sc ien es , School of Engineeri ng and School of Mines a nd Metallurgy. Dr. J. D ra Id Morgan, Alcoa professor of electrical engineering is d irector. Registration fee for the conference is $50 per person prior to Sept. 29 and $75 p r person afte r Sept. 29 . To register or for fu rther information, write or ca ll : Norma F leming, Extension Division, Un iv rsity of Missouri -Rolla, Rolla, Mo. 65401 (phon: 314-341 -4201.)

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Dr. Faro uk E l-Baz, center . "Earth Observations and Photography" is the title of a Smithsonian experiment that was performed on the Apollo-Soyuz mission during its historic flight, Ju ly 15-24, 1975. Dr. Farouk EI-Baz .' 61 , Research Director, Nationa l Air a nd Space Museum who is Principal Investigator for this experiment reports that all objectives were successfu lly accomplished . T he astronauts reported on both mapping camera operations and rea ltime visual observations that were perform ed during 25 revolutions a round the Earth. A total of eleven mapping passes were scheduled ; only one had to be cancelled because of flight plan problems. A total of 60 visual observation sites we re sched ul ed a nd the crew attempted to perfo rm them all , in addition to severa l ta rgets-of-opportunity including large numbers of ocean eddies near the Hawa iian Islands , a possible volcanic eruption on Komandorski Island of the Aleutian Chain, and other sites. The largest ground support team of a ny space mission was assembled for this experiment. The team included 9 air flights, 29 ships at sea and 6 parties in d eserts aro und the world. Dr. EI -Baz reports that coordination with ground trut h parties went well ; pertinent information obtained from both aircraft flights and ships at sea were

relayed to the crew in realtime for observation of surveyed sites. Two extra passes were scheduled in rea ltime for the observation of possible red tide blooms off the coast of Maine. In addi tion , television transmissions were acq uired over several tracking stations and images of the daylight portion of one revolution were recorded on tape. This TV imagery from Earth orbi t will be valuable both in scientific investigations as well as for educational and public information p urposes . Dr. EI-Baz considers the following as highlights: 1) successful photography of a high priority mapping site in northwestern India including the snowcapped H imalayas for water use and fl ood control studies in cooperation with t he Indian Space Research Organ ization; 2) observation and p hotography of possible red tide occurrences at the mouth of Damariscotta River in Boothbay, Maine and photography of other possible occurences along the coast of New England for the benefit of the fishing industry there; 3) successful photography of all planned desert sites in North Africa, Arabian Peninsula, Australia , and the southwestern United States. Desert studies particularly in North Africa will support major research projects in the Sahel drought zone and research in the Western Desert of Egypt. August 1975

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Pryor Harvey is interested in food, its preparation and the way it is served, But most of all , he is interested in peopl e , He wants the students , faculty , staff and townspeopl e who eat at Rayl Cafeteria or the University Center to be abl e to ge t the food they like and the se rvice they expect at a fair pri ce, That is a tall order for this day and age of inflation , As food service manage r at UMR , Harvey h as his own m e thods to accomplish th ese goals, One of his methods is to ask the vari ous groups of people how they like the food th ey get and what ideas they h a ve for im proveme nts, He d oes this not on ce o r twice but on a continuing basis , Meeting's are held at least once a month with representative students wh o li ve in th e do rms an d e at at Rayl. At noon and evening meals , he table hops in the U nive rsity Cen te r to d iscuss food and se rvi ce with those who use the fa cilities , H e a lso keeps in close to uch with the peo pl e who work for him and provides t ra ining sessions whe n necessary, Most of food service manager at the of a ll , h e draws o n a great d eal of University Center. In addition to the supervision of all experien ce in provi ding food for peopl e , H arvey is a nati ve of R olla and began food service employes , Harvey 's duties his career while he was still in sc hoo l by include ordering the food. Most of it helping h is fa ther with the meals served comes from Central Food Service in at N agogami Lodge on the Gasconade, Columbia , but dairy , bread and potato A ft er he was graduated from Rolla chip products are ordered locally, He H igh Schoo l, h e entered UMR , finan- also plans menus for all food facilities cing his educ a tion by runnmg a ( including the catering service) and ha mburge r sta nd , In 1933 (during the manages the concession business for m idst of the "great depression ") he events on campus that take place in dro pped out of school to open his own other UMR locations . He , of course , has restaurant , H a rvey 's at 705 Pine Street. help with these duties and is busy training supervisors and assistants to do H e ran th e restaurant for 25 yea rs until 1958, all the work. 'Food prefere nces vary a great deal It was during this time that he also too k o n th e jo b as she riff of Phe lps from year to year ," Harvey says . Co unt y, His fath er had been e lected ''Particularly those of the students. sheriff in 1940 but di ed only seven days That 's why I like to meet regularly with a ft er ta king office in 1941, Harvey was the dorm representatives. Some items a ppoint ed to fill out his father 's term turn out to be pretty standard but some a n d was then elected sheriff for another come and go. Usually , somewhere in my ter m, serving through 1945 , Fort files , I have recipes for almost an ything Leo nard Wood had just been built a nd the students want. If I don't, Gary Wo rld War II brought man y people to Welty , the young man who is now Roll a during his term , It was at this training to be my assistant , does, He ti m e t h a t his restaurant was open 24 used to manage one of the Forum cafeterias in Kansas City and has ho u rs a d a y - and he was busy! In 195 9 he started to work at UMR as developed a good collection of his own. 'For instance," Harvey continues, night manager of the the n new Stude nt Union. In 1961 he became food "one of the standards the students seem se rvice manager of Rayl Cafeteria and to like is my spaghetti and meat balls . I has served in that capacity until this got th e recipe when a service friend of April when he took on the added duties mine persuaded the mother of one of his

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buddies to give us her recipe. It came direct from Sicily. As a matter of fac t, I think the original recipe was in Italian. '1 also have a number of recipes I picked up during those early d epression days when I first started Harvey 's on Pine Street. At that time, there were a lot of hoboes who would come through town looking for work as cooks, They usuall y had at least one specialty. They would work for a day or two, sometimes even a couple of weeks. I'd watch them make their specialty and then get it down on paper before they moved on. I 've used some of those specialties for ye ars, " Harvey and his wife , Vern , live on a small farm with a big garden north of R olla on Highway V. His mothe r , Mrs. Emm a Harvey , lives at Rolla Homelife a nd a daughter, Claudette Wilkinson , is a nu rse at Phelps County Hospital. A nother daughter , Mrs. Car man McN e lly, lives in Tennessee . His son , Cl a rk , is a student at UMR. Clark and his family live on the farm and h e helps with the farming chores as well as attending classes, The Harveys have five grand children ranging in age from 14 years to 8 m o nths .

Alumni who are retumingfor Homecoming will have the c/Lance to try Pryor 's cooking, for th e alumni banquet will be h eld in the University Cent er , 9


an equal volume of wood chips and coal (this is about 70 per cent coal and 30 per cent wood in terms of weight.) The mixture was then sent through the existing boiler system in the UMR power plant. The price of coal used by the University has increased from $19.21 per ton in 1973 to $34.15 per ton at the present time. Last year 11 ,68 9.24 tons were used by the Rolla campus to produce 162,947,500 pounds of steam at a cost of $367 ,080.6l. Using less coal and / or producing more steam will help to keep operations costs from rising. Measurements were made of the behavior of the wood-coal mixture , the actual burning process, the amount of steam produced and the type, weight and behavior of the ash. Undergraduate students in a special projects class helped kee p the records and make comp arative studies for the project. UMR students working on the project with Dr. Flanigan were a ll seniors in mechanical engineering. They were: Gregory Brockman , 425 Tara Park, Moberly; Damon Lewis, Freeman; Don McCaw, Route 4, Rolla; Jim Struempf, 618 Capitol , Jefferson City; Mark Vogy, Route 1, Redbud, IL. '1t looks like there are definite possibilities in using wood chips _wit h coa l, " Dr. Flanigan stated. 'Hopefully , with the information we are collecting, we will be able to find some financial su pport to continue our research and Dr. Virgil Flanigan, associate professor of mechanical engineering, checks stu d y the project more extensively. We blend of coal and wood chzps as mixture is sent to boilers at the University of want to make studies on different blend Missouri - Rolla power plant. R esearch is underway to discover how well Missouri 's percentages of wood chips and coal, wood wastes will perform as a supplemental energy source using existing power tests using wood chips and the type of plant equipm ent. coa l found in Missouri (high sulphur At UMR engineers are working project works , it may help solve content) which isn 't being used now toward solving energy conservatIon problems for both the University and because of EPA standards, tests on air cleanliness using the various blends and problems - they are starting right in the Missouri wood industries. economic studies on availability, transtheir own back yard. Independent Stave and several other This summer Dr. Virgil Flanigan, wood industries had been disposing of portation , etc. , of the wood chips. '1f everyth ing works out, we could associate professor of mechanical engi- most of their wood waste by selling it to neering , worked on a research project the Alton Box Co. of A lton , IL. The save some money for Missouri taxpayers aimed at supplementing coal used by box compa ny recently stopped using the by using the mixture in University the UMR power plant with waste wood waste because its plant did not power plants both in Rolla and material in the form of wood chips. confo rm to the clean air standards Columbia. Companies using coal to Preliminary measurements show a 24 esta blished by the Environmental Pro- produce e lectricity might take advanper cent increase in the amount of tection Agency. Independent Stave was tage of the process and it could also help steam produced - using the mixture and is looking for another market for the Missouri wood industry find a their waste material. Company execu- market for their waste wood. per pound of coa l used. ' We have lots of trees in Missouri, " he In the early stages of the project, Dr. tives are interested in the possibilities of conclud ed. "And the best part of this Flanigan investigated the sources of Dr. Flanigan 's research project. They wood waste material. He contacted the donated truck loads of wood chips to be kind of energy source is that - unlike coa l - it is renewable. We can grow a Independent St ave Company in Leba- used in the experiments. non and the Missouri Forest Products With the assistance of power plant lot more trees but when coa l is gone Association . He found that , if the pe rsonnel, Dr. Flanigan mixed together it 's gone! "

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Enrollment Up! A tot a I of 4,246 students was enrolled at the University of MissouriRolla at the close of regular registration Friday, Aug. 22 . This is an unofficial total since late registration was still underway as classes began Monday, Aug. 25. This figure compares to an enrollment of 3,899 at the close of regular registration last fall, an increase of 347 students. The increase of 17 students more than the preliminary total issued earlier, represents an adjustment of those who paid their fees on Friday but didn't turn in their enrollment cards until Saturday or Monday. The fall total includes 1,648 freshmen (compared to 1,073 in 1974); 677 sophomores (compared to 619); 761 juniors (745); 642 seniors (970), and 518 graduate students ( 492) . There are 1, 152 students in the College of Arts and Sciences ( compared to 1,098 last fall) ; 2,484 in the School of Engineering (compared to 2,285) ; 597 in the School of Mines and Metallurgy ( 486) , and 13 special students ( 30) . Not included in the count are students at the UMR Graduate Engi neering Center in St. Louis , those enrolled in out-state credit courses and those students in the cooperative training program who are now in their work semester.

Recommended for Next Year

Representatives from some of the industries met with students once each week to explain the advantages for engineers and scientists in industry .

A detailed study of what is involved in a ' career in engineering and science was provided for 12 Missouri high schools Those participating In the program juniors this summer by the University of were: Missouri - Rolla . MISSO U RI The students spent six weeks attending morning classes on thermal and Carthage - Jeffrey L. Jackson , Route materials science , energy conversion 3, Carthage High School. and conservation and environmental Des Peres - David E. Nadel, 762 engineering. Afternoons were spent in Haw Thicket Lane , Parkway West High the laboratory conducting experiments School. related to material presented in the Grandvt'ew - Michael S. Schmidt , classes . 12911 Corrington Ct. , Grandview High Students lived in the UMR dormi- School. tories and had access to all other Kansas Ct'ty - Virgil T. Hughes, university facilities during their stay. 4722 Kensington, Westport H i g h At the end of the six weeks , each School; Kevin Mahogany , 2602 Tracy , student received a certificate of comple- Lincoln High School. L evasy - Mark R . Madsen, Fort tion. A detailed description of the course and the students' participation in Osage High School. Rolla - Sally Burton, 2 Peach Tree , the program was sent to high school principals with the recommendation Rolla High School. St . Lout's - James B. Nesbitt , 1724 that each student be given credit for his Elliott, Vashon High School. or her work. Sprt'ngft'eld - Michael G. Crowley , Financial support for the summer 1047 S. Crutcher, Glendale High program was supplied by UMR, . School; Randall D. McCurdy, Route 1, Continental Oil Company, Ford Motor Hillcrest High School. Company , General Mills Foundation , T ebbetts Reba kah S. Neely, Nooter Corporation , Pittsburgh Plate Callaway BB Rd., J efferson City High Glass Industries , Shell Companies School. Foundation, Standard Oil Company of Unt'on - Elizabeth C . Barkey, Route California and St. Joe Min era I s 1, Unio n High School. Corporation.

EXTENSION NEWS Here's a list of some of the extension short courses and conferences scheduled by UMR faculty and the extension division. Where titles are not self explanatory you may call for more detailed information including costs. Call "Extension Coordinator," 314 / 341-4201 or (4 202). Written requests should be addressed to Walter Ries , UMR Extension Division , University of Missouri - Rolla , Rolla , Missouri 65401 .

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Patents - Protection of Profitable Ideas for the Manufacturer 4th Symposium on Turbulence in liquids, E.I.T. and P.E. Review 2nd UMR-MEC Conference on Energy Single Phase Induction Motor Design Short Course & Workshop Water Jet Cutting Technology Workshop 28th Annual Gaseous Electronics Conference Fundamentals of Deep Foundation Design 3rd Cold Formed Steel Structures Geotechnical Field Technology Groundwater Analysis and Dewatering Earthquake Structural Engineering Symposium

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Dates Sept . 17, 1975 Sept. 22-24, 1975 Sept. 22 - Oct . 29,1975 Oct . 7-9, 1975 Oct. 13- 17, 1975 Oct. 15-16, 1975 Oct . 21-24 ,1 975 Nov. 10-15, 1975 Nov. 24-26 , 1975 Dec. 8-12,1975 Jan. 12-17, 1976 Aug . 23 -25 , 1976

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Knight Dubbed Chairman W. Nicholas Knight has been named Chairman of the Humanities Department of the College of Arts and Sciences at UMR. A native of Connecticut, he has the B.A. cum laude from Amherst College, the M.A. from the University of California-Berkley, and the Ph.D. from Indiana University. On the faculty of Wesleyan University since 1966, he has also been an Outside Scholar, Warbug Institute, University of London; Reader , Institute of Advanced Legal Studies, University of Lond~n; and a Ford Foundation Fellow teaching courses in Literature and the Law. Active in Wesleyan campus and divisional affairs , he has held administrative positions and was Dean of the Facu lty, Wethersfield School of Law. He has been honored with a Certificate of Excellence in Undergraduate Teaching. Dr. Knight is married to the fo rmer Susan Atlee Harrison and the Knights have four children. Dr. Knight was asked to share some of his thoughts with the readers of the MSM ALUMNUS. "O n the Rolla campus Humanities are not immaterial, nor merely an alternative, to the overriding technological and scientific missions ?f ~his expanding and highly relevant inStitution . The roles of philosophy (the mother of the sciences) , languages ( the father of thought), literature (the offspring of ideas) and music and art (the generation of concepts being born) compliment and enrich the very learning processes in chemistry, physic~ , geology, industrial management, engIneering, metallurgy, and energy research. The Humanities has had its own technological development. Books and authors , libraries and words are still the basic tools of the trade but so now are micro-film equipment, Xerox machines, film , slides, records, tapes, I television and radio equipment. It will surprise some to realize that th_e National Endowment for the HumanIties is interested in the study of philosophy, history and writing of the sciences as a humanistic discipline _ Colleges and universities are successfully experimenting with field research in the Humanities. Faculty at Rolla employ electronic systems to analyze original 12

manuscripts, use computer time in the study of educational philosophy, em ploy mathematics and science in Composition sections, and produce courses and research on the interplay between Humanities and the Sciences, on the impact of technology on thought and values and of philosophy on technology. Even more conventionally within literature there happens to be an upsurge in the serious study of major writers of science fiction, only one more indication that the emphasis of work at Rolla is a forecast of the future developments in the society as a whole. The weight and magnitude of the Humanities program is only suggested by its considerable responsibility to teach in one semester most of all the incoming students, while at the same time individual faculty members keep courses in their specializations up to date , maintain visibility in their profession, produce research and scholarly prod ucts recognized not only from coast to coast but internationally and serve the campus and other educational enterprises on a state and local basis while contributing to the community 's well-being. This fall alone twenty sections of Freshman Composition will be given and five sections of Logi~ with a minimum of 25 students per sectIon of writing, 35 students in philosophy per section and we will have to turn away some students wanting to start Spanish, take Science Fiction, or Introduction to Literature. A single teacher may have four sections of Composition to teach in one semester, often with a paper a week or so to correct from each student. With only a semester to work on the students ' communication skills , so vital to their technological fields, it is important to keep classroom size at a level for sufficient number of papers to be assigned in order to achieve marked improvement. In the past we would only be concerned with grammar and a few organization techniques but in this advanced age the hope is to make students self-correcting when they depart from our responsibility, to have them able to employ and deploy any number of vocabularly systems in order not just to communicate but to ~iscuss productively with different audiences, the general public , with federal ~nd state agencies, with foreign countnes, with learned colleagues and anyone, and any situation, they may encounter. An essential element in this is learning

how to use the media - how muc h discourse or understanding will come to them via documentaries, film, radio, tape, magazines, pamphlets, position pa pers, newspa pers as well as books; and they in turn will have to use these to disseminate their knowledge. The Humanities does produce its majors and its minors (as well as miners) in English Literature, Philosophy and from our teachers' program in cooperation with Columbia but it is also a vital support facility for the entire Rolla enterprise designed to create learned technicians and technical learn ers for America's future, which is going to be so close to what is already happening on this very c.amp~s today where science and ecolOgIcal Interests, technological and humanistic concerns blend in student programs and bear fruit in an atmosphere of collegiality. Many here are currentl y looking edu cationally, professionally and personally in an interdisciplinary fashion at fu ture energy needs. The concept. of self-sufficiency is one that need not Just pertain to petroleum b ut is a notion that has been contemplated in many a literary and philosophical work and is an ideal that can be found in numerous fields of inquiry. o-----'r-T..."..I!IftII!r"'i"':--1

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1975 FOOTBALL SCHEDULE Opponent

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Missouri Volley ... . .. . .. . .. . . . . .. . . . .. . . . .. . .. Here - 2:00 Missouri Western ... . .... . . . ............... . . . Here - 2:00 Missouri Southern ............ . ..... . . . ....... There - 2:00 Kansas State College - Pittsburg. . . . . . . . . . . . . There - 7: 30 Southeast Missouri State ...................... There - 8:00 Northeast Missouri State ..... Homecoming ..... Here - 2:00 Central Missouri State . . ...... Parent's Day .. . . Here - 2:00 lincoln University .. . ..... . ... . . . .... . .... . ... There - 1 :30 Eastern Illinois .. . ..... . . . .... .. ........... . ... Here- 1 :30 Northwest Missouri State ........ . ...... . . . .... Here - 1 : 30 Southwest Missouri State .. .. ....... . .. . . .. . ... There - 1 : 30

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Oct. 11 Oct. 18 Oct. 25 Nov. 1 Nov. 8 Nov. 15 Nov. 22

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Miner Classic (Missouri Southern. S.I.E.·Edwards· ville. Arkansas-Monticello. & UMR) ... . ....... . . .. .. . . . .. . .. . Rallo Miner Classic. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Rallo University of Illinois . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .... Champaign. Il Harris Teachers College .......... .. .. . . . . . . .. .... .. ....... Rallo Eastern Illinois University .. ........ . ... . . .. .. . .......... . .. Rallo Elmhurst College ... ... . . .. .... . .. . . . . . . . . . ..... . . .. ..... . Rallo M.I.A.A. Tournament .... . ... . ...... .. . . . .. . .. .. ..... Springfield William Penn . . .. . .... . .. . . . ....... . .... • . .. . ... . .. . ... . .. Rolla

Jon. 10 Jon. 12

Northwest Missouri State U.. . . . . . . . .. .. . . . . .... Maryville Northeast Missouri State U.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Kirksville

Jan. 17 Jan. 19

Central Missouri State U. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. Rolla Southwest Missouri State U..... . ... .. .. . .. ....... . . . .. . .... Rolla

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Humanities (Cont.) universities, watch film versions of a Shakespearean play or a Dickens' novel, take a course made up of lecturers from several disciplines , read the latest word in journals in the humanities, and hear the sounds of foreign tongues and possibly go to study in a foreign setting, or see a play, or act in a production . All these necessitate materials, and in many cases not individually very expensive items; all usually contributing to the entire campus . Often one thinks that a contribution to Rolla's work has to be large to be significant. In our field the subscription to an academic journal for a year means that the Library will purchase it thereafter and individual film rentals , books, lectures, poetry readings, special seminars, art materials, and tapes that might not be available because of budget restrictions can be obtained on an individual basis for very little. W e have been very grateful for our Huma nities Development Fund from p riva te donations and we had to turn to it last year for a total of $850.00 , and if we t urned to it this year for that am ount the fund would be totally d epleted. We in the Humanities look forward to serving the Rolla Campus as we have in the past and with even grea ter anticipation of meeting in our service the expanding demands of quality as the ca mpus strides to keep a leadership pace with current rapid technological development in t his country. "

1975

These members have been reported as deceased to the Alumni Office Frederick Carter Kibler '43 Alfred W. Allen '41 Ray E . Kollar '26 Clair A. Anderson '26 Walter A. Kramer '49 Gilbert L. Krattler '34 Frank W . Bailey '30 William J. Kroll '58 Coleman H. Beardsley '33 Charles P . Bowling '50 Edward R. Kromka '42 Paul C. Branstetter '36 Edward B . Kuhne '40 George Burnet, Sr. '20 Robert H . Latham '33 Francis Cameron '61 Louis H. Lohman '43 Bernard M. Costello '26 Gilbert F. Metz '14 Wilbur J. Darby '23 John A. Murphy '13 Richard W. Murray '51 James H. Delaney '32 Agnes C. Nawn '29 Charles S. Dianosich '39 Oliver B. Ferguson '68 John]. 0 H earn '34 Frank W. Owens '51 Frank O. Fink '25 Philip H. Pipkin '39 Henry L. Gray '05 Terry D. Pulis '73 Frederick Grotts '16 Wilbur F. Quevreaux '49 Ruby Hell Hill '30 Joe Edwin Randle '50 Robert Hollenberg '60 Howard A. Homer '17 Charles]. Reed '50 Hartford L. House '68 Joseph H . Reid '27 MSM Alumnus

September 1, 1974- August 31, 1975

Thurber W. Royer '35 Walter S. Schamel , Jr. '34 Forrest M. Schankman '72 Lee R. Schlemer '49 John P. Sebree '07 Floyd E. Sewell '28 Edwin A . Slover '20 Irwin H . Strohldrier '50 Ronald Stubblefield '70 Isaac L. Thomson '25 Everett W. Thrall '50 David W. Townsend '56 Miles E. Tyrrell '37 Melvin W . U hl, Jr. '63 James R. Verdi '63 . Edwin R . Wallace'51 John R. Walther '28 Mark A. Weber '50 Vance H. Webster '23 Tom Welton, Jr. '51 13


Section News Ark-La- Tex-A The Spring meeting of the Ark-LaT ex Section of the MSM -U MR Alumni Association was held on May 3, 1975, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. David Flesh in Jefferson, Texas. Prior to the meeting everyone enjoyed a social hour that was highlighted by a tour of one of Jefferson's historic Antebellum homes. The house is n ext door to the Flesh 's and is owned by Mrs. E li zabeth Payne , who stayed as a guest for the rest of the evening. An excellent dinner which had been prepa red by Florence Flesh was then served . After everyone had overeaten and Mrs. Flesh had sold a few copies of her famous cookbook, the meeting was called to order by President John Moscari. The minutes of the February 15, 19 75, m eeting were read and approved a nd the treasurer 's report indicated a b a lance of $38.60. The summer m eeting was then scheduled for August 2, 1975 , at the home of John and Loretta Moscari. Dennis J aggi was to be the guest speaker. Mr. David Flesh then gave an extremely interest ing slide presentation con cerning the award winning Irises an d Day Lilies that he had grown. The varieties h e has been ab le to obtain through cross-breeding and experimentation have won Mr. Flesh na tional and international honors. T here being no furthe r business the meeting was adjourned. Present we re: Dennis '70 and Janet J aggi , Gary '73 and Johnnie Thompson, James '22 and Selma Forgotson , James Forgotson, Jr. , Kevil '28 and Helen Crider, Walt '65 a n d Ann Mulyca, John '51 and Loretta Moscari , Louis '70 and Patty Dreinhoefer , Rande '73 and J udy Gro tefendt , Ragan '23 and Evelyn Ford , Mark '20 and Jessie Terry , John '39 and Eilyeen Livingston , Gerald '28 and Leona R oberts , Claude '25 and Dorothea Va larius, Walt '34 and Hel en Bruening, Bill '3 2 and Elizabeth Mays , Homer Thompson '32 , Mrs . A nnie Con ley and Mrs. Elizabeth Payne. 14

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Bryan , Larry '68 and Bar bar a Despite the fact that the directions to Luebbert, Martin Goldstein '65, Bob the m eeting location were in error, '74 and Carolyn Adkins, Duane Zook everyone was able to find their way to '57 , Joseph F . Reichert '59, Harold E . John Moscari 's house in Longview , ''Gene'' '61 and Sharon Johnson, Carl Texas , for the summer meeting of the '60 and Peg Vansant, Ed Chernoff '42, Ark-La -Tex Section. Gene Doerflinger '68, Wayne '71 and John and Loretta had their backyard Deb Calvert, Charles Hyman '74, Vera all set up and the fish were frying when Maiko '76 , David Wettegroff '74, Mr. we arrived . Once again we extended the and Mrs _ Alan A . Kamp '64 , Al '67 and Social 'Hour " and everyone sat down to Kay Herold , Joseph '43 and Elsie enjoy fried catfish, hush puppies , etc. Adams, Dorothy and Ray '43 Kasten, The meeting was opened by Secretary Cliff '57 and Bettie Tanquary, and Bob Dennis Jaggi who immediately accepted Jenkins '53. full blame for the errant directions. The The above , in certain cases, were fall meeting was then scheduled for November 8, 1975, in Shreveport , accompanied by spouses and children, Louisiana . Final arrangements for the but since the sign-up sheet is not meeting would be made later to see absolu tely definitive, arbitrary assignabout the possibility of having the ments of children and spouses have not been made . Association director Cliff meeting at the Petroleum Club. Dennis then showed a film concern - Tanquary '57 was organizer of the ing the offshore natural gas production affair. platform that was installed in the North Sea by Texas Eastern. The film described the many difficulties and obstacles encountered In order to produce gas offshore. Marge and Bob Schafer opened their T here being no further business , the home on Sunday, August 10 , 1975, for meeting was adjourned. Those in an alumni party for North T exas area attendance were : Jack and Elizabeth alumni. Just off the LBJ Freeway in Mays '3 2 , Bob and Debbie Moody '74, north Dallas , their lovely place is easily Paul and Linda Calvin '7 4, Kevil and found and would have been even more Helen Crider '28, Rande and Judy so had the address printed more clearly Grotefendt '73 & 74 , Gera ld and Leona in the letter of invitation . The Schafers Roberts '28 , Ragan and Evelyn Ford '23 are even more popular with their Gunther & Ellie Jensen '5 2 and Rudy n eighbors since the neighbors have Guldbrandsen, David and Florence gotten to know Miner friends who asked Flesh '23, J. M . Brashear and Virginia, for direc tions . Tom and Mildred English '29, Walt and Ann Mul yca '65, John and Eileen An attractive and appetizing spread Livingston '39, Walter and Helen was prepared by the hostess with a n Bruening '34 , Dennis and Janet Jaggi acknowledged assist for the center'70 , John and Loretta Moscari '51. pieces , and the host was quite capab le of directing guests to the open b a r and the coo lers containing Missouri and Colorado type bee r. All present go t a Kansas Ci ty a rea a lumni held a picnic good chance to visit with each other and Saturday, Jul y 26 , 1975, at Minor Park . to become acquainted or better acJoe Reichert held a pavillion until quainted. Joe Wilson , '21 , got the reinforcements arrived. It was a drop-in Miner p icture for having come the affair running from 4 p.m. to 9 p.m. furthest since graduation . Ruth was wit h a 'bring your own " format. It was with him for this meeting. Others a deligh tful afternoon , featuring infor- present were: Mr. and Mrs. Edwin ma l visiting and pot luck eating and Barsachs '50, Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. drinking . Those who signed up during Brackb ill '42, Mr. and Mrs. Dona ld T . the afternoon were: Ron '65 and Alice Bu cce ri '7 4 , Mr. a nd Mrs. Robert V. Rusch , Frank and Nancy Mackaman , Flippo '5 0 , Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Mike '73 and Beth Walz, Bob '5 1 and Herman '72 , Mr. and Mrs. Jack L. Dottye Wo lf, Paul '67 and Mary Ann Hubbard '5 1, Mr. and Mrs. Byron L. Owens , Dave '71 and Pat and Joyce Keil '52, Mr . and Mrs. Leonard J.

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ROllA NIGHT OCTOBER 2, 1975 St. Louis Engineers' Club ALUMNI ALLIANCE MEETING OCTOBER 11, 1975 Ramada Inn Columbia, MO SOCIETY OF EXPLORATION GEOPHYSICISTS OCTOBER 14, 1975 Breakfast Buffet Petroleum Club Denver, Colorado

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The James J. Murphy residence in Frontenac was again the site for the annual St. Louis Section Summer Gala. Over 250 alumni, friends, faculty and university officials enjoyed the preprandial libations around the pool and the tasteful and attractive buffet served under the stars. Those present showed their pleasure in the food and drink and in the opportunity to visit with friends, old and new. Curator Pleasant Smith and Donna were present, as has often been their custom , and Chancellor Bisplinghoff greeted the guests in a short program presided over by George Schillinger, out-going section president. The St. Louis Section recognized Emily and Jim Murphy, the hostess and host, with suitable momentos. MSM Alumnus

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As is customary, the result of the election was announced, although the ballots were not available to public viewing. Elected were: Jim Cunningham , '65, President Len Kirberg, '66, Vice President Rich Kastel, '67. Secretary and Photographer Chuck Toedtman, '65, Treasurer An atmosphere of expectancy prevailed during the post-dinner dancing. Would there be a repeat of the spectacular event of last year's party? Alas, that was not to be, although several who make their livelihood on the east side of the river did their utmost to fill the void. So ended the annual invasion of Chipper Lane as the guests left in the brilliant moonlight or the rays of the rising sun.

HOMECOMING OCTOBER 17-18, 1975 ARK·lA·TEX NOVEMBER 8, 1975 Petroleum Club Shreveport, LA AMERICAN SOCIETY OF METALS AND CINCINNATI·DAYTON SECTION NOVEMBER 12, 1975 Board Room Edwards Manufacturing Co., Inc. 529 E. 5th Cincinnati,OH ACADEMY OF CIVil ENGINEERS NOVEMBER 14-15, 1975 Rolla AIME FEBRUARY 22-26, 1976 Las Vegas, Nevada

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Honor Roll 1975 Annual Alumni Fund Roster of Contributors Recorded as of August 3 I, 1975

1974 Fund 3,404 gifts totaling $60,109.38 and 192 Century Club Members 1975 Fund 3,626 gifts totaling $71,562.42 and 240 Century Club Members

Century Club The following alumni and friends have given $100 or more to Annual Alumni Fund: Adamick, Henry S. '44 Albertson, Lyndell '67 Alford, Rex' 40 Akmaklian, Charles '60 Andrews, J. Lewis '24 Ashley, Wilford M. '54 Atchely, Bill L. '57 Badollet, Marion S. '21 Baily, Walter E. '49 Balmat, Jack S. '48 Barger, Hugh '39 Barnard, Charles R. Sr. '20 Barsachs, Edwin' 50 Batubara, Kasmir A. '60 Bauer, Richard H. '52 Bay, Robert D. '49 Bennetsen, Wayne J. '41 Berry, Jerome T. '49 Blair, Norman D. '41 Blevins, Richard R. II '70 Bodman, J. W. '10 Boorky, Morris '39 Bosse, James P. '70 Bossert, Harry F. '27 Boyd, Robert K. '41 Brackbill, Robert M. '42 Branstetter, Mrs. Elna M. Breeze, F. V. '49 Brewer, Will '32 Brodhacker, J. W. '44 Brown, Guy Jr. '40 Brown, Philip L. '72 Buescher, Alfred J. Jr. '64 Busch, William D. '42 Chomeau, Henri '23 Christian, Charles, E. '53 Clarkson, Charles F. '41 Close, Maxwell L. '63 Coben, Donald A. '51 Cochran, Andrew A. '41 Cole, Richard' 47 Comanich, George W. '51 Coolidge, D. J. '43 *Deceased

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Crawford, James D. '26 Creculius, Donald G. '41 Crum, E. Jefferson '29 Daly, T. E. '49 Davidson, Philip' 50 DeBolt, Donald G. '49 Dennis, W. E. '36 Dewing, H. Harvey '61 Dittmer, Russell S. '29 Donlon , Thomas F. '31 Dowling, Paul T. '40 Drake, William L. '29 Drum, Dan D. '59 Durning, William' 19 Ecoff, Ralph A. Jr. '68 Edwards, Francis C. '69 Ellis, J. Craig'¡ ' 38 Ellis, William Ashley' 47 Eloe, Howard W. Emling, Dale H. '54 English, Thomas O. '29 Fagan, Durward E. '34 Falkingham, D. H. '41 Farmer, John O. '33 Ferrell, James o. '40 Fick, Armin F. '41 Finley, Fred W. '41 Fischer, Paul E. '23 Flanigan, Virgil '60 Flood, H. W. '43 Ford, Ragan '23 Forgotson, James M. '22 Fort, George E. '40 Fowler, Thomas R. Jr. '54 Frankforther, Donald E. '71 Fukubayashi, Harold H. '66 Gardner, J. W. II '41 Garrett, James H. '58 Gerig, Martha M. '69 Germer, Charles '55 Gevecker, V. A. C. '31 Glelsteen, Thor' 53 Griffith, H. M. '27

Grigsby, Harry G. '48 Grimm, C. James '30 Gulick, Gary M. '69 Gund, Russell '40 Hacker, Alden G. '41 Hanna, Robert L. '43 Hartung, Michael H. '69 Hasselmann, Karl F. '25 Heim, Carl J. '25 . Heitmann, Albert L. '25 Hepp, Joseph T. '48 Howell, Richard B. '48 Huddelston, James A. '66 Jenkins, Robert D. '53 Johnson, Charles Warren '29 Johnson, Gordon E. '59 Joh nson, Virgil A. '47 Jones, Sam P. '49 Kamper, O. W. '35 Kassay, Andrew W. '32 Kasten, Raymond o. '43 Kelly, Mrs. Mervin J. '74 Kemper, C. L. '24 Kent, Herbert E. '51 Kent, W. D. '43 Kentnor, Charles B. '24 Kessler, Harry H. '24 Kettler, Gerald J. '65 Kieffer, Alonzo R. '59 Kind , Daniel L. '42 J(lrkpatrlck, Ruel L. '31 Knearem, James L. '53 Kovach, John J. '50 Krueger, Harold A. '42 Kummer, Fred S. '55 Lambeth, Jennings R. '41 LaPlante, A. H. '63 Leaver, Harvey B. '48 Lee, Walter' 53 Lehmann, Charles F. '51 Lipensky, Milan '53 Lottman, Walter F. '19 Loveridge, Joel '39

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The following alumni and friends have given $100 or more to Annual Alumni Fund: Lusk, R. Ralph '27 Painter, John L. '50 Smith, Harlan D. '48 Lyons, Helen '67 Palmer, Clarence C. '40 Smith, Harry W. '51 Lyons, John H. '42 Perry, E. L. '40 Smith, Hubert R. '48 Mackaman, Frank H. Perry, Norris W. '68 Sou It, John P. '39 Macke, Arthur S. '32 Pfeifer, Herman J. '36 Spanier, Lawrence A. '50 Marosek, C. F. '61 Planje, T. J. '40 Springer, Fred M. '49 Marquez, C. Juan '63 Pohlig, Kenneth D. '64 Stephens, James W. '47 Marshall, Donald W. '50 Potter, Charles J. '29 Stevenson, Gerald L. '59 Martin, Dan W. '52 Range, ~obert D. '64 Stueck, Neil' 43 Matlack, Fred P. '25 Tappmeyer, R. A. '47 Reese, Thomas H. Jr. '34 McBride, Mrs. Roy N. Taylor, Otis H. '42 Reisbig, R. Luther McCurdy, Belding H. '38 Ten Eyck, Warren E. '23 Remmers, Walter E. '23 McGrath, James B. '49 Thomas, George H. '43 Rhoades, Robert P. '32 McKee, Jack B. '41 Thompson, Jack H. '52 Rieke, V. W. '40 McKelvey, Ralph '48 Toliver, Jack E. '57 Riggs, W. R. '32 McNutt, Mrs. V. H. '67 Tomasek, A. J. '63 Rimel, S. F. '42 Mendell, Robert H. 'SO Toomey, John B. '49 Rixleben, Bruno' 23 Meskan, Allen W. '61 Tucker, Armin J. '40 Robbins, Irvin D. '48 *Metz, Gilbert F. '14 Underhill, N. R. '43 Roberts, J. Kent' 50 Mezines, Steven Alexander '68 Robinson, P. Dave '53 Underwood, Clifford B. 'SO Montgomery, Gill '35 Van Eaton, C. W. '48 Rothband, Paul B. '43 Monsch, Henry D. '29 Vark, William J. '50 Schafer, Robert P. '52 Mooney, Edward W. '50 Schamel, Mrs. Walter S. Jr. Wanenmacher, J. M. '23 Mooney, Joseph W. '39 Schillinger, George R. '63 Watkins, Paul Allen' 48 Moran, Ernest '27 Schlensker, John A. '55 Wattenbarger, C. M. '41 Morgan, J. Derald '65 Weinel. E. A. '44 Schmoldt, Hans E. '44 Mueller, George E. '39 Werner, Edwin J. '49 Schneider, Norman F. '50 Mulyca, Walter C. '65 Wheelock, L. K. '52 Schork, John E. '47 Munger, Paul R. '58 Wicker, David A. '44 Schuette, Louis H. '29 Neri, Lewis '70 Wiethop, Russell H. '32 Schuler, Leonard L. Jr. '49 Neustaedter, James A. '43 Wilkerson, A. B. '23 Schwarz, Arthur S. '32 Nevins, Marvin E. '41 Williamson, Rayburn L. '54 Sedivy, Miles '08 Nolte, William J. '20 Wilson, Joseph M. '21 Senne, Joseph H. Jr. '51 Osterwald, Herbert R. '30 Wissler, Louis B. '43 Sevick, Joseph G. '49 Otto, R. M. '49 Wolf, Robert V. '51 Sievert, Gary F. '67 Overton, Jerry B. '56 Zoller, Henry E. '23 Slocum, Roy W. '66 Ozawa, Jack K. '45 Zoller, Victor H. '43 Smith, Ed A. '24 *Deceased Th e Century Club Certijicate reads: "!In organizatio n oj aluillni jo unded on May 27, 1967 to aid and support th e Uni versit y oj Misso uri - Rolla throu gh sub stantial gifts to th e AlulI1ni A ssociat ion Annual Alumni Fund."

Memorial and Non-Alumni Gifts Eln a M. Branstetter in m emory of Paul C. Branst e tter '36 De n yse Davidson Howard W. Eloe Mary C. Fink in m emo ry of Frank O. Fink '25 Glen mary Homes, Inc. in memory of Louis Henry Lohman '43 Virgin ia Jon es in memory of Frank O. Fink '25 Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Kin ese in memory of Louis Henry Lohman '43

MSM Alumnus

Mr. a nd Mrs. Robert C. Lange In m emo ry of Walter S. Schamel, Jr. '34 Frank Mackaman Mrs. Ro y N. Mc Bride in memory o f Roy N. Mc Bride '14 R. Lut he r Re isbig Miriam C . Remmers in memory of J oseph H . Re id '27 Ma y C. Ri e d e in memory of Frederick E. Ri ede '10 Mr. and Mrs . Donald T . Schaffer II, memory of Lo uis Henry Lohman '43

Mrs. Walter S. Schamel , Jr. in memory of Walter S. Schamel , Jr. '34 Mrs. Carl M. Smith in memory of Walter S. Schamel , Jr. '34 Walter T. Schrenk '5 8 in m emory of Walter S. Schamel , Jr. '34 Mrs. W. R. Stebbins Mrs. Mary E. Tragitt in m emory of E . R owland Tragitt '23 Mrs . Edwin R. Wallace in memory of Edwin R . Wallace '51 Mr. and Mrs. Bob Wooldridge In memory of Louis Henry Lohman '43

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1975 ALUMNI FUND CONTRIBUTORS _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ Closs listings Reflect Multiple Degrees Held by Donors . CLASS OF 1903 ' AUE~S T E I N ,

F R~DE, I CK

CLASS OF 1905

IdLLlAM S , BRUCE CLASS OF 1907

f ELLC. S . AUBREY P . PER KI NS . wiLLIAM C. ClASS OF 1908

SED IVY, MILE S CLASS OF 1909

EARRETT . ECWARD P . ~IC HAE L. PEAR L F. CLASS OF 1910 BCU rA~. hARL A~.

J OhN w. J OhN D.

CLASS OF 1911

COD Y. BEN J AM I N H. EVA HIK GLER TOWNSEND , FRAN~ E.

GREE~E .

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GATTS , wILLIAM P.

CLASS OF 1924

hOLLI STER. SCOVIL L E. KNAPPENBE RG ER. WILLIAM R. CLASS OF 1914

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CLASS OF 1916 A D A~S . BER NARD w. CEU TMAN . EAR L G. KA YSER . EDW I N A. lUMAGHI. OC TAV IU S L. rc CAR TNE Y, .ILLIAM H. ~ILLE R . J OHN C. YOG EL. HERMAN H.

CLASS OF 1917

J OHN W. h AU E~ST E IN. FREDER ICK POR TER . GEORGE S. l EAS . H O ~A RD J. BCDM A~,

CLASS OF 1918

HENRY W. SCHELRER . LERO Y R. wEI SER . HAN LEY H. COEN~EC~t .

CLASS OF 1919

CURN I Nt" W. C. LOTTr AN . WALT ER F. ~ ET Z, GIL BERT F. CLASS OF 1920 ~ LLl SUN ,

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BARNARD . CHARLES R. BASH . DAVID A. . UP POCK. HA RLAND H. HCWA LD. ARTHUR M. NOLTE. WILLIAM J. P I ETS(H. PETER H. ~ CH UrAN. EDWIN K. TERR Y. MA RK L. lJTH OFF, FRE DER IC K W. • EI SER , HAN LEY H. II E5 EN I SS, HARR Y ... CLASS OF 1921

eADO LL ET , MAR IUN S. (CLBER T. J ULES P. ll OYC, SAMUEL H. rILlER. J OhN C. ~ EE D ~AM. ALBERT B. RUHLOFF. J OS EPH H. TAYlCR , F. HUSTON .ILLIAM S . ANVI L C. "IL SCN , J OS EPH M. CLASS OF 1922

ACKE RS. ALBERT L. Al ceRN . IRwIN W. CASE , WALKER E. CHRI STN ER . GLEN J. CEUTMAN , EAR L G. CIERS. HENRY E.

CLASS OF 1927

ABBE TT, ROBER T w. BADO LL ET . MAR I ON S. BARNARD , ALBERT E. EASH , DAVI D A. eC I S ~ ENU E , CL YDE F. BeSS ERT, HARRY F. GAM METE R, ELME R GR IFFIT H, H .~.. hARD~. JAM ES W. ' ER RE LL, R. R. KN I Gh T. WIL LI AM ~ . H . K Ox . RI CH ARD H. KRA F T, NE D O. LUSK . R. RA LPH ~ OR A~ , ERNEST PA RSCNS , ED.A RIJ W. PAUL . MURRAY J. REM MERS. WALTE R E. SE YG LER , FRANK K. SIEVER S , EIJWIN R. SM I TH, JAM ES F. lo EB ER, PAU L wEI SS , CLA RENCE B. .IL SCN . J OS EPH M. J R.

ACAMS . BERN AR D ~ . BRANCENBURGER . OS CA R L. CAMP BE LL, E. TAYL OR CH O ~. EAU . HENRI FI SCHE R, PAUL E. FL ESh . DAVID J. FO RO . RAGAN FRAME , .AYNE S. f REY , MU I R L.

CLASS OF 1915

CLASS OF 1913

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~ETZ . GIL BERT F. RICE. HUGH P. SIMRALL, RI LEY M. WE BS TER. J OHN N.

FORD . HAR OLD P. GROSBER~ . ALEXANDER I R WI~. J OSE PH S. lY NTC~ , EDWARD D. • ILLr OTT. MILL ER E.

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CLASS OF 1923

GREGG . JAMES L. f-EALEY. MICH AE L v. ~ CORE , B. HAMILTON ~ UR PHY , RAYM OND E. FESOUT , EDWARD REMMERS . WA LT ER E. RI XL EBE N. BR UNO SIMRALL . R IL EY M. l EI S , KENNETH R. TEN EYCK • • AR RE N E. WANENMACHER. JOSEPH M. wERNER. wALTER A. .HIT. CR TH. VI RG IL L. • ILKER SUN , AU GUS TUS B. ll~ME R MANN, DEE lO LL ER . HEN RY E.

CLASS OF 1912

~ (jDR E . JAM EoS P. RCDe . J CHN A. SHOR T, •• I RWI N S ~ITh C. CA BANNE STAPLES , GU Y W. THOMAS . HA RO LIJ S. TY RR ELL . ~ORRIS L. . ALKER . J ULE H. .ILS ON, J OS EPH M. J R.

f U~Ge T SGN . JA MES M. ' UFF rAN . DAN l ~ L E. JR. I R WI~, J OSEPH S. l CNG . A. E. ~ AC hI N . EDWIN G. ~ C CA RTNEY . WiLLIAM H. RCH LCFF , J OSE PH H. SC~UfY , hOR ACE D. • HI TE. FRED P.

J. LEW I S fARRE TT. EDWARD P. CASE~. WALTER E. COURTNEY. ROBERT M. Cl ERKING . GEORGE T. GABLER , GEGRGE C. JETT. JAM ES E. KEMPER, CLAUCE L. KENT~OR. CHAR LES B. J R. KES SLER. HAR RY H. l GVETT. ISRAEl H. ~ C BRIAN, kAY REMMERS . WALT ER E. SMI TH, EDWARD A. leAS . HOWARD J. wEIME R. W. HEN RY "IL SC ~. J OSE PH M. "RI GhT, "ILFOR D S.

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ATK I NSON . MAR I ON L. J R. f A ~ER . DO NALD R. BERRY . HUGH R. BROWN I NG. BER TI E L. fURNET , LEO L. CUNN INGHAM . GU Y C. EAGAN . THOMA S E. • FINK. FRANK O. GA INE S, GE ORGE D. GOD WIN, wiLLIAM 'AS SE LMANN, KAR L F. hAUCK. WILLIAM F. hElM, CARL J. ~ E ITMANN. AL BER T L. I RV I~G. CHARLES C. KUECHLER. ADO LPH H. LY ON. EMMETT J • rATLACK . FRED P. NEEDhAM , ALB ER T B. PASLEY . J AMES L. SCHNEEBERGER. FREC C. SCHRAMM , HE~ BERT O. SHA Y, DAN IEL C. 'AlERIU S . CLAU DE N. ~A RD. RONALD D. CLASS OF 1926

BIRC.ARD. HARRY C. eR OWNING . BER TI E L. CRAWFURD , JA~ ES D. GAMMETE R. EL~ER GAMMETER . ERWIN GOD ldN , WILLIAM GOFF . IRA N. KITChEN , ChAR LES L. • KCLLA R, RAY E. LI NDENAU . ED . ARD M.

RU PE RT P. BOYER . PH ILLI ~ J. CCRDn . CLE TUS D. CRUMBAUGH. DANIEL H. FAU LK NER , EDWARD C. f RE EMAN , CHAR LES A. GROSS , HENR Y E. GRGSS . HOwARD H. h~ALEY, MICHAEL V . HILL. ALBER T L. hlSTEC. HOWARD hC DGCeN , SAM D. J". KILPAT RICK. HARO LD R. LAYNE. MARK B. ~A C H ( N . WI LLIA M B. ~ OR E L AN D . HO.A RD B. ~ URPH Y. TH OMAS D. SCHwE ICKHARDT. WILLIAM K. SLATES . BUR L Y. S~ IT'. J. WARR EN . ALTHER . J CHN R. .A RD . RON AL D D. • EI SS , CLARENC E B. BAU ~GARTN ER .

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COIL, BENJAM IN R. CRA YS, GLENN E. CRUM . E. J EFFERSlJN CITTrER . RUSSE LL S. CRAKE , WILLIAM L. CRE SBACH. CHARL ES H. ENG LI SH , THOMAS O. FRO TSCHER , GUEN THER W. HEALEY, MICHA EL V. J CHNSCN , CHARL ES ... J CN ES, HA RLO" G. KEMP. ARTHUR H. KIRN , EM MET R. ~ C CU RD Y, FRANCIS A. ~ UNS CH , HENRY U . ~ CRR I S . OR VILL E W. ~ UR PHY, THCM AS D. POTTER , ChAR LES J. SC hUET TE, LOU I S H. TAL LEY, GECRGE W. • ILLIAM SON . J UE J R. CLASS OF 1930

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ANJRES , OTT O M. BE RTRA M. RI CHARC A. eRE WE R. WILLIAM BRUEGG I NG . HARO LD J. CASEY , WALT ER E. [LS EA. CARL A. EPPE RSO N. ERNE ST R. fRIECMAN , I SAAC W. GALLEMOR E. WILLA RD A. GAMMUER . ELME R GIBBS , HA RO Le L. HALE . EDWARD D. h IPPL ER . ROBERT F . ' CE ~· AN . ART HUR J. HORN . REX T. J OHNSON . LE ON K. KASSAY , ANDREW W• KAY • • ILlI AM T. MACKE . ARTHU R S. ~ACK Ll N, FL OYD S. ~AY S , wILLI AM R. rc CKE I GH T. RI CHARD L. ~ E YER, HENRY W. ~ O NRCI: , RE X PAS LEY , JAM ES L. FOLLAK, J OHN A. RE I D, AL LEN J. RHOADES . ROBER T P. RICHA RDSO N. JAM ES K. RI GGS, WILLIA M R. RUESSER , ROBER T J. RUNDER, RAYM ONO H. SCH wA RZ . ARTHUR S. SPER LIN G. ELMER J. THOM FSON , HOMER F. YICTC R, ROBE RT J. wIEHOP , RU SSE LL H. ZVA~U T. FRANK J. CLASS OF 1933

ABBE TT. ROB ERT W. ASHEoR . VER NON L. BER T/- CLD. CLARENCE F. CCGH ILL. wILLIAM W. COLL . EL LEN • • EDG AR . M. RUSSEL L FARMER . J OHN O. GROSS , BERN AR D J R. 'I BB IT S , LOWELL A. • UNZE . CHARLES L.W. JABS EN. WILLI AM J. KAClrAREK. THE UDORE B. KAY , WILLIAM W• Ke O P~A NN .

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CLASS OF 1946 CLAYT ON, AUS TIN B. CON NETT, ROBER T P. CO I SY . RICH ARD J. FES l ER . CARNEY C. FUllER. JULIAN A. JON ES, RAYMOND B. ~ANN. ROBER T l. Cl SEN . OSCAR M. RASOR , J OHN P. RU TL EDGE, WILLIAM A. nilHELMS, KENNE TH M. CLASS OF 1947 AGR IA N. KENN ETH G. ALL EN , JOHN C. ANDERSEN. FRE D l . BElE., ELMER W. BEll, WARREN H. BENN ETT, PAUL M. J R. BR IXIUS, J OHN L. BROW~, DAl E J. BkUNS, ROB ERT F. BR UlE WSK I, ROBERT F. CAR AFI Ol, GilBERT J. CARLTON. PAUL F. CARMICHAEL. RONALD L. CHRISTIANSEN. CAR L R. COLE, RICHARD E. CROL KSTON, JAM ES DAMERON , HARRY C. DUNH AM, ROY H. ELLE RMAN, WilLIAM E. EHIS, W. ASHLEY FAS ER . JACK F. FELDh AUS . RALPH J. FOGAR TY , EDWI N R. FRITZ, GLENN H. FULGHUM , GAL E GOOD WIN. REO E. GOOD WIN. WILLIAM J. hA RV ILLE, wiLLIS H. HE ll WEGE . WillIAM H. HEN KE. ELVIN A. hENRY. GEORGE E. JCH NSON , PHiliP D. JCHNSCN . ~IRGIl A. KAS TE N, PAUL R. KERP ER. MATTH EW KERR, FRANK F. KOP P, GUERDO N G. l AMB El ET, CLARE NCE A. LAP IE RE, GIL BERT H. l ARSON , lE ONARD N. LE WIS, DWiGHT E. LITTLE, J . ED WARD LI~IN GS T CN . ROBERT G. ~C KINNIS, CHARLES l. J R. ~lllER. EBERHA ~D H. ~IT CHE ll, RICH ARD K. FERRYMAN, GEORGE I. JR. PIERCE, TH OMAS R. PLETZ. ROBER T C. PCME ROY, CHE STER M. SCHM IT Z, RICHA RD l. SCHORK, JO HN E. SHE PPARD. KE IT H D. SNOWDEN, JAME S R. STEINER, RICHARD G. STEPH ENS , JA MES W. STRUNK, MAllAND R. TAP PMEYER, RO NALD A. WAG NER . GEORGE H. 'EBER, WESLEY E. IoEGE~ER, Wil BERT F. WHITE, ROB ERT L. . YLlE, JA MES E. CLASS OF 1948 ANDERSON, WALTE R F. ARMS TRONG , ROBER T J. BAERV El DT, ROB ERT F. BAlMA T, JAC K S. eANK S. RAl PH BERMEL, PETER F. BillY. JOSEPH H. BOE lLER, EMERY l. BRADFORD, VICTOR l. BRASSFIELD, HENRY C. BROW~ ING, PHIL A.

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1975 ALUMNI FUND CONTRIBUTORS __________________________________________________________________________________ CHAN EY, JAME S B. COPELAND, A. EUGENE CROSBY, R. ALL EN DELANY, MICHAEL J. DOELLING, ROBERT F. DU EKER, JAME S E. ELLI S, MAUR 1CE H. ELLIS, WILLIAM A. FIELD S, LE STER E. FINE, MORRIS FI SHER , JAMES R. FITlPATRICK, J OSEP H W. FULLER, LEROY W. GAGER, LEM N. GRADY, WILLIAM J. JR. GR IES SE N, JOH N III GRIGSBY, HARRY G. GURNEA, ELVEN M. J R. HAGAN, MtLVI N A. HALEY, COMER C. HAMMANN, J GHN W. HARTER, WARREN F. hASKG, STEP HEN HELD, ROBERT E. HELLWEGE, WILLIAM H. HE PP, J OSEP H T. HEQUEMBOURG, FRANK D. JR. HOELSCHER, JAME S W. HOEY, PAUL E. HOW ELL, RI CH ARD B. HOW ELL. THE ODORE R. JACKSON, JO RGE KEE LEY, GILBERT S. KREUTZER, ROBER T C. LAW SON, VE RNGN R. LEAV ER, HARVEY B. llKE NS, JOHN W. MAR CHAL, JAC QUES H. ~ATHEWS, DONALD J. MC COLGIN, DENN I S L. MC CORMACK, GEURGE E. ~C KELVEY, RALPH E. MC KINNIS, CHARLES L. J R. ~C MILLAN, WILLIAM C. ~ILLER, EBERHARD H. ~. ILLER, WILLIAM J. MOE, hAROLD G. ~UELLER, EDW AR D E. O'NE ILL , LAWRE NCE F. PAGElY, MICHEL J. RAMS EY, GEORGE H. RASMUSSEN, KERMIT N. RAY, BILLY B. REMMERS, WALTER E. ROBBINS , IRV IN D. SCHAEFFER, WILLARD A. III SCHM I DT, DONALD G. SCHO ENEBERG, KENNETH W. SCHOLZ, ARTHUR E. SMITH, DAVID G. SMITH, HARLAN D. SMI TH, HUBERT R. SP I NllG , EDGAR W. JR. STOECK ER, WIL BERT F. TERRASSON, PAUL L. VAN EATON, CHARLES W. II I ~OGT, JOSEPH C. WATK IN S, PAUL A. IoEIN EL, ERNST A. ~HANGER, JAM ES R. wO LFA RTH, TED R. CLASS OF 1949

ANDERSON, GEORGE M. AUBUCHON, EDWA RD L. BAILY, WALT ER E. eA LL MANN, RICHARD B. BAY, ROBERT O. BELL. JAMES E. BERRY, JEROME T. eLANKENMEIST ER, ERWIN G. BOYER , ALE XANDER A. eRASSFIE LD , HENRY C. BREEZE, FRANCIS V. BREIT.IESER, ROB ERT H. eRUZEWSKl, ROBERT F. CARN EY, WI LLI AM D. CARTER, WI LLI AM D. CHANEY, JAMES B. CHANG, JOHN W. CHAPMAN, VERNON A. CHEW, WIL LI AM R. CIZEK, FRANK J. CO LE , ROB ERT L. COMSTOCK, ELBEKT E. COOLIDGE, WILLIAM H.

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CALPINI, DAVI D CALY. THOMA S E. CA NI ELLS. CHARLES P. DAVIDSON. CHARLES C. DEBO LT. DONALD G. EICHELBERGE R. CHARLES E. E~AN S , WILLIAM w. FE NTZ KE, A. DANIEL FLIEHMA N, MAURI CE H. FOS TE R, JACK D. FU QUA, JDHN H. GtHRS, WILLIAM L. JR. GOLLER, CA RL H. JR. GOSEN, JOHN W. GREI G, JOSEPH E. GUTH, KENNETH A. HAGAR, BAILEY W. ~A NSEN , ROBERT C. HU BBARD , WILLIAM F. JR. IS RIN GHA US, ROBERT A. J ONES, OLIVER W. J ONES , SAM P. KELAHAN, ROBER T C. KEMPER, ROBERT J. KIMM ICK , EDWARD J. KNU TSON , ELMO G. KeMOTC, FRANK K. LAMA STER, CHESLEY C. ll NN, LAUREL G. MAGkuDER, WILLIAM H. MARTIN, ROBERT L. ~C CALL I STER, OD I S L. JR. MC GRATH, JAME S B. MENGEL, EDMU ND L. MILLE R, FRED J. J R. ~ULlIGAN, J OHN J. NORMAN, AM OS OC HS, CA LVIN M. CP F ER, ELMER A. CSTMA NN, ROBER T F. OTT O, RICHARD M. PERKO , ROBERT A. PERRY, ROBERT C. pJFF ETT, BETTIJEA NNE M. QUI~~ , JO SEPH S. RATCLIFF, JOH N J. RAYMER, GORDON E. RE ILLY, JOhN G. J R. RE I NKENSM EY ER, NORMAN W. REISS , JO SE PH J. RIC e. D. PAUL ROOT, ROBERT L. ROSS , CHARLES J. RCW LE Y, KERMIT G. SAKONY I, FRAN K w. SARl I N, JULIUS L. SCHM I DT, E. MURR AY SCHM ITT, JAMES C. SCHOWALTER, RA LPH E. SCHULER, LE ONARD L. J R. SEE LIG , ALBERT F. JR. SEVICK , JO SEPH G. SK ITE K, GABR ltL G. SLAG HT, FRE DER ICK W. SPRINGER, FREDER ICK M. STA DELHOFE R, JACK STA RKwEA THE R, RE UBEN H. STEI~, JO HN E. STR UBERT, J OE N. SUTTON, GLEN W. TAN NER, PAUL E. TELTHORST, EDGAR J. ~ TELTH ORS T , HAROLD M. THOMPSON, RICHARD H. TIMMER, DONAL D H. TINDALL, ROBERT F. JR. TOOM EY, JOHN B. TRO TTER, JACK K.

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AGNEw, LEWIS E. JR. AGRO~, ALBERT M. ATCHI SON , DANIE L R. eASB ITT , JACK R. eARSACHS, ED.IN H. eELE~, LELAND F. eENSON , CLARK H.

BOEC KER, FRED JR. BRAD LEY, KENN ETH R. BkE IT, KARL K. BREU ER, D. WALLACE BR I~KMANN, CHARLE S E. eR O W~, ROBERT N. BROW ~GARD, BILLY R. BRUNNEN MEYER, l. RO BE RT eUEKER, EDGAR L. BUEL, ROBERT w. BURKE , ROB ERT F. eYRC , HERMAN C. CANTWELL, LAUR EN CE W. CAR L, LOUI S H. CAS TELLI, AUGUS TV. CAVANAU GH, JGHN P. CHA MBE RS , FRANK T. CHEN, WILLIE Y. CLARK, wiLLIAM W. CLAYTON, ROY T. CLIFFORD , RICHARD E. COCHRAN, MARIANNE COLLINS, WILLIAM W. CRAIG, CURTIS L. CROC KER, HILBERT W. CAMPF, DONALD P. OA S ILVA, ANIB AL J. CAV IOSON , EDw i N A. CAVIDSON, PHILIP B. CELANEY, J Uh N f. DE UTMAN, GEORGE M. DOt LLING, ROBtRT F. COLECKI, STANLEY DRAKE, AVERY A. JR. ECK, BE RN ARD J. EI SS I NGER, KARLHEINZ ELLIOTT, JAME S O. ERB , ROBER T D. Ell, CARL E. JR. EVANS , JAMES L. JR. EYBERG, WALBRIDGE P. FA HI EN , RAYMON D W. FARREY, HENRY B. FE RR ERO., DOMIN I C F INCh, FRANK FOS SI, ROBER T L. FREIERT, MILTON A. GABE LMANN, WILLIAM L. GEORGE , O. KENNETH GEVECKER , VERN UN A.C. GRAV ES, C. TAO JR. GRECO , LOU I S E. GRE EN, PAUL W. JR. GREENBERG, AARON J . GRE GCRY, SCO TT H. GR IFFIN , DONAL D C. GU TH, JACK E. HAAS, PAUL A. HAM, HORACE B. ~ ARD Y, RO LLAND L. HARR IS, WILLIAM M. HAU SER, MAX ~AYMES, wiLLIAM G. HE I SLE R, wiLLIAM B. Ht LLE R, ENRIQUE S. ~ E L W IG, ARTHUR W. HERNAN, J OHN F. hi LL HOUSE, DAVID L. ~OLLEN BA CH, BERNARD D. HO LLIS , WILLIAM hOLME , R. NORMAN ~OUK, CL ARENCE C. HOWE ll, BENN ETT D. HUGH ES, WILLIAM P. hUNT, J. RICHAR D HYDE, J AMES C. JR. I SB ELL, CLARENCE A. JR. ITEN, H. CLAY IVERSEN, RE ID E. JA DW ICK, JOHN E. JAMIESON, GEORGE ft. JERMAN, THEODORE I. J OHNSON, EDWARD L. J CH~SGN , RAY B. J OHNS ON, wAR REN H. J ORCKE , OLI VER A. J UDA~ , RUSSE LL J. KERR, RI CHARD H. KINDER, DAVID C. KNOW LES, CAR L M. KOVA CH , JOHN J. KRA INE SS, ALBERT M. KYBURZ, EDwARD P. LAIRD, HARRY W. LANHAM, THOMAS G.

LARK IN, KENNETH P. LASKG , EDWARD P. LAY, GEORGE R. LIVI NGS TON , ROBERT G. LOCKET T, DONALD N. LUKROFKA , LOVELL J. ~ABIE, GEORG E W. ,., ANN , CAR L K.

SERG IO F. MARSH ALL, DONALD W. ~A R TI NG , RICHARD E. MATTHEWS, PAUL A. MATTLAGE, RAYMOND F. MC GAUG HEY, CHARL ES E. MC NICHOLS, JOHN R. MC VEY, JOSEPH S. JR. ~ EGEF F, SEYMOUR MEIER, HA RVEY W. ~ ENDE LL, ROBERT H. MENGEL, WILLIAM K. MIDD LETON , DO UGLA S F. ~ILlER, JAME S E. ~ILLE R , LE STER L. MOONEY, EDWARD W. MUEHR IN G, J OHN E. ~URP H Y, WILLIAM L. NAGE L, LAW RENCE J. MI DE L, ROGER A. ~EUSTAEDTER, ROBERT H. NI CHO LS , JOH N W. ~IEDERSTAOT. ROLAND J. NO LAN , PAUL B. NOR TH, OLIVER S. ~ O VCTNAK, FRAN K ~ AR I NKOV IC,

wEINGAERTNER, JOHN W. hEIN STEIN, wiLLIAM ~ILS ON , ANTHONY E. WILSGN, GLENN E. ~CJA N , tARL E. hCLFRAM, RALPH E. hOOD, ROBERT C. . RI GH T, HAROLD R. hUN NENBERG, DONALD A. YOC HUM, KENNETH H. YOUNG, CHARLES JR. lERWECK, CARL E. JR. llMMERMAN, DONALD G. ZVANUT, ALBERT J. CLASS OF 1951

ANDERHUB, ANTHONY P. ARNOLD, J OHN M. eALLESTERD, ANTONIO P. JR. BANGHART, ROGER C. BARR CW, ROBERT B. BAR SACH S, EDWIN H. eEND ER, GERALD H. BLENOERMANN, GENE R. BOSCIA, FRANK J. BOWK LEY, HERBERT L. eOYD , CHARLES L. BR ILL OS, JOHN W. BRO ftNE, THOMAS C. BRU NKHORST, EARL R. BULLCC K, RICHARD L. BURNS , OT I S A. CART~Ew, DOUGLAS J. COBEN, DONALD A. COLLINS, wiLLIAM W. G' OE Ll, HA RRY B. C O MA~ICH, GEORGE W. PAINTER, JOHN L. COO PER, JAMES D. PARKER, R. C. CROCKER, HILBERT W. PATTEN, ROBERT I. CROW, RO SS F. PAULSELL, WILLIAM G. CICKENS, RICHARD L. PEPP ERS, ROBERT E. DONA LDSON , GEORGE R. PET SKA , ALBERT M. DRYDEN, JOSEPH L. PHILLIPS, HARVEY I. JR. DU LBERG, IRVING PCTTE R, CHARLES J. DUN N, ERVIN E. PRE I SS , RO BERT K. CURR ENBERGER, JOSEPH W. RAUSCH, MAURIC E K. EISSINGER, KAR LHEINl RECOS , DONALD E. EL BAUM , JER OM E K. REES, GEORGE A. ELWOO D, WILLIAM H. RENN ER, LY NN FAHS, DON ALD G. REYNCLDS, EARL G. FCRN ARI, JOSEPH M. ROBERTS , J. KEN T FRITSCHEN, HERMAN A. JR. ROBISON, LE SLI E B. G A R D~ER, J OHN E. JR. ROENFELDT, HA RO LD R. GILLEN, DAVID U. ROW LEY, KERMIT G. GIV ENS, wiLLIAM A. RUENHECK , RAYMOND T. GLE NN , CAVID E. SAKO ~YI, J OHN J. HARG US, LORE N JR. SCALES, STANLEY R. HARP ER, Will lAM S. SCHM I DT, ROBE RT N. HARR I S, HENRY C. SCHNAEOE LBACH , GERALD HERLEY, DAVID F. SCHNE I DE R, NORMAN F. hES TETUNE, DANIEL G. SCO TT, JAME S J. HI RN ER, JOHN A. SERE~O, LERO Y F. HOHLFELDER, EUG EN E F. SE TT GAS, ROB ERT C. HO LCCMB, LE STE R W. SEVERTSON , VERNON S. HORST, WILLIAM E. SHE LT ON , GERA LD C. HOUGHTO N, CLARK F. SILVE R, SI DNEY HUBBARD , JACK L. SIMS, DA LE E. HUFF, WA YNE F. SMITH , MA RVIN E. I RW I N, DAVID M. SM ITH, ROBERT E. J ACKSON , EARL E. SPAN IE R, LAWRENCE A. RS , PHILLIP E. JEFFE SPRINGER, tV ERE TT w. JOHANNESMEYER, HERMAN M. STA RKE, ROB ERT E. KE LLE R, GERALD N. STATLER, FRED J. JR. STEPHENSON, wiLLIAM B. JR. KEN T, HERBERT E. KETTER, RICHARD P. STEVENS, Bill Y KLEI NKOP F, M. DEAN STRA I N, ROBER T A. KLI NE, CHARLES R. STRAUSS , ERV IN J . KN I GH T, GEORGE L. SlUMACHOWSKl, EDW I N R. LATTI N, JUD SON M. TERRY, R. MILT ON LEHM ANN , CHARLES F. THE ERM AN, HA RO LD B. LLEWELLYN, HENRY D. THOMPSON, H O~ER F. MACMAS TER, EDWARD TI BBS, HARO LD c. MC EVILLY, WILLIAM G. TIMMER, DONA LD H. MELLeTT, ROB ERT N. TINDALL, ROB ERT F. JR. ~ILLIGAN, EDwARD J. T R I A~DA, J OHN MCN TG OMERY, DONALD D. TU NN ICLIFF, CLA RENCE J. MYSLI NSKI , FRANK J. LNDERWOO D, CLIFFORD B. ~APP , GOR DON E. UNSEL L, VESTER B. GLDENBURG, TED J. VAN ~ D R T, J OHN R. O'NEILL, JOHN J. JR. ~A R K, WI LLIA M J. PACKH EI S ER, ELMER D. ~O G L ER , AUGUST J. JR. PARR I SH, DAVID D. hALKER , DALE E. PERRYMAN, JOSEPH E. JR. ~ALKER, WALTER W. PHt LPS, RICHARD C. WEBS TER , JAME S P. CU IC K, JOHN R. hEGE~ER , WILBERT F. RI ED ER, ROBERT J. WEH LI NG, HOWARD C.

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ALVARADO. FRANK fASLER. FRANCIS S. BAUER. RICHARD H. BELEW. JAMES A. fILHEIMER. E. LEE fOYLE. JAMES R. CALCATERRA. EDWARD L. CH ORNEY. PETER L. CHRISTIANSEN. CARL R. COO NCE. HOMER E. CGOPER. RICHARD C. COX. WILLARD E. "CRAMER. KENNETH L. CAVIS. GEOALE O. CELAP. KENNETH L. CELUCCA. MICHAEL JR. CRAKE. AVERY A. JR. CRUMMONO. FLOYD M. DYE. ROBERT A. FERGUSON. WALLACE FINKLANG. JO~N W. FREIBERGER. HAROLD C. GEERS. JOSEPH H. ~ARRIS. wILLIAM M. HAUSMANN. PAUL l. hEILICH. RAYMOND P. ~EWETT. CHARLES A. HILLHOUSE. DAVID L. HOCKENBURY. MELVIN C. ~CLDMAN. LESLIE F. HOLMES. WALLACE H. HONIGFORT. HENRY F. ~O R ST. WILLIAM E. HYUINGER. PAUL L. JACKSON. WAYNE D. JE NSEN. GUNTHER T. JUSTUS. RICHARD F. JR. KEIL. BYRON L. KERR. H. CHALMERS JR. KNO EBEL. RICHARD H. KF.ONST. EDWIN F. LIGHT. RICHARD L. LUCIDO. PETER J. MADAY. DONALD S. MAR TIN. DAN W. ~ATSCN. DON D. MATTHEWS. LYLE E. MC BRAYER. JACK R. ~ENKE. GREGORY V. MESKAN, DAVID A. ~ICHELOTTI, JOSEPH E. ~OY, HONG S. NEWKIRK, THOMAS F. ~OLA/'" JOHN B. CwENS, ROBERT J. PAPE. EARL E. PATTON. DENVER S. PRI EST, JOHN E. REEVES. ERNEST J. RICHARDS. TURNER w.

RCSTER. EDWARD L. RUMSEY. DONALD A. SCHAFER, ROBERT P. SCHIENE. QUENTIN J. SC RIV/',ER, J. ROGER STICKLE, DIRCK B. STITES. WILBUR D. STOPKEY. WALDEMAR D. STRI TE. RUSSELL R. SwEE/',EY, JAMES R. TH OMPSON. HOMER F. THOMPSON, JACK H. U/', GER. WALTER H. LTHOFF. ROBERT F. VAN BUSKIRK. LYMAN F. VANCE. JAMES F. JR. VANDERHEYDEN. EUGENE T. WAKEFIELD. ROGER E. .ALl. ROBERT L. WEEKS. CHARLES A. WESTERMAN. HOWARD W. wHEELOCK. LEROY K. 'ILLIAMS. DEAN N. WOLF. ROBERT V. kOLFBERG, LEONARD H. YAGER. O. TIMKEN IACHELMEYER. NORMAN P. ZEDALIS. JCHN P. CLASS OF 1953

BENDER. JOHN H. BERRY. CHARLES A. f OYO. MARVIN W. CALLAWAY. CHARLES H. CHRI STIAN. CHA RLES E. CRANE. HAROLD R. CREAMER. EDWARD L. DILL. EARL R. EASON. JACK L. EDWARDS. GENE w. ENGLUND. JOHN O. fREEBERSYSER. GEORGE J. GEGEL. DONALD L. GJELSTEEN. THOR GREG OIRE. WILLIAM R. HANSEN. PETER G. HAYNES. MYRON B. HEEGER, CHARLES H. HEINECK. DALE W. HEN RY. JOE A. JENKIN S . ROBERT D. J OS T. ROBERT D. KATZ. MANFRED KNEAREM. JAMES L. KNOBEL. ELWOOD L. KOEDERITI. THOMAS L. KRONMUELLER. WILLIAM W. KUSTER. RALPH L. LA BO UFF. GERALD J. LANG. EUGENE A. LEE. WALTER LIPENSKY. MILAN MUNTGOMERY. R. GILL CBE RSCHELP. WILLIAM F. PARK. WILLIAM R. PATTE RSON. WILLIAM E. CUATRARO. WILLIAM RASCHE. ROBERT E. RO BERTS. JAMES F. ROBINSON. P. DAVID SCHAFER. RUBERT P. SMITP, BERT L. ST RO H~ECK. EUGENE E. THOMPSON. JAM ES E. TCPEL. MAURICE R. VIENHAGE. ROBERT P. WAGNER. FREDERICK R. CLASS OF 19 54

ACETC. WAYNE M. AL BURTI S . CLARENCE L. ASHLEY ... ILFOF.D M. fARYLSKI. MARTIN W. BURGETT. MAX A. CAMPEN. FREDE RICK J. JR. COLE. KENNETH O. CONC I. FRANK B. CUSTEAD. JERRY k. COWELL, JACK B. EMLING. DALE H. FOWLE R. THOMAS REX JR. GOTSCH. RICHARD W. GRAY. JOE E. GROTEKE. DANIEL E. ~AE R TLING. GENE H. HAMPEL. RICHARD J.

HCR INE. RUB ERT A. HU BELI. JAMES A. hUGHES. JUDS ON A. JR. J OHNSON. C. SC OTT JUSKlb BERNARD R. KEMP, ARTHUR H. I" LEu NG. JUDS ON LG. WIN G -CHEU~ HAL. CONRAD L. ~ OR DLIN~. WIKT OR K. PILLISCH. HERBERT P. SCHNEI DER. DONALD O. SIPE. WILLIAM t. STEWA RT. wiLLIAM H. TI ER ~ O N. CARLOS H. TOUTZ. JAME S O. wAG NE R. FRED ERICK R. .ATKIN S . JOSEPH S. .ILLIAMSON. RAYBURN L. CLASS OF 1955

BA tB LtK. ARTHUR G. fAKE R. CH ESTER H. B4 RNDS. CAMPBELL C. "I BE RG. RICHARD O. f OZE. RALPH E. BRO ADDUS. WAYN E R. JR. BULLOCK. RICHA RD L. CA SLE R. WALTE R J. CCRCCRAN. THOMA S A. JR. CRUSE. RICHARD L. DAVIS. RALP H T. JR. DELAN EY. J OhN F. FRANKLIN. JAME S M. FRIEDERICH. GARLAND C. GE RMER. CHARLES B. GE SS LEY. DONAL D GILLIAM. DALE D. GODSEY. TERRY L. GROSSO. JOHN A. HAL LETT. WILLI AM M. HAUB OLO. REINER G. HEAVLIN. HAROL D D. hEWETT. CHARLES A. JONES. RICHARD L. KICKHAM. LAwRENCE T. JR. KRIEG. MARLIN F. KUMMER. DONALD L. KUMMER. FREDERICK S. LE ONG. JUDSON LU EHRING, ELME R L. MART! N. ROBE RT J. ~C CARTHY. J OHN M. ~C MORRIS. WILLIAM L. III MILES. JOHN B. MILLER. CHARLE S E. PADAN. JOHN W. RAY. HERMAN A. ROB ERTS. JOE B. SCHLENSKER. JUHN A. SCOTT. JULIUS N. STANHOPE. RICHARD D. STIMSON. WILLIAM R. TUCKER. PAUL B. VAN BUSKIRK. JOHN R. WOLFF. LEONARD C. ZIM MERMAN. M. JORDAN CLASS OF 1956

SCHMI DT. HAROLD A. SCHMITTOU•• CLAY J. SCHRAMM, WILLIAM W. SENIOR. GtoRGE L. STATLER. KENNYN D. ST EFFAN. KENNETH F. SUHRE, MAU RIC E E. JR. TAUSER. RAYMON D H. TH OMPSON. LER OY E. UNNE RSTALL. JAM ES A. VALLEl. MICHA EL H. • ALKER. NORMAN L. wEISL ER, AUGUST C. JR. ' EISS. NICHGLAS M. wILLIAM S. DO N E. YA NCIK. JOSEPH J. VIANN GS ,

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ALEXANDER. WILLIAM ANDERSON. JOHN R. ATCHLEY. BILLY L. BA EChLE. AUGUST A. BAKER. DONALD O• fALLARD. DONALD S. fA RDELMEIER. AU GUST R• fERG, DAVID W• BUWERS. DONALD K • CA SELTON. JAME S A• CLODFELTER. GEN E C• CONLEE. JACK L • COO KSEY. JOEL N. JR. COWA N. ROBERT W. JR. CAVIS. GARY W. DI ETRICH. FREDERICK J. FE RGU SON. DONAL D J. II FIE DLER. EDGAR F. FRAKES. RONALD G. GUYOT, ROGER L. PANS EN. PETER G. HAUBOLD. NIELS B. HILMES. RALPH C. HNDS. ROBERT E. hUMPHREY. RICHARD L. HUSSEY. RAYMON D L. JACKSCN. ROBERT A. KALIN. THOMAS E. KELLE R, KURT A. KICK. DAVID D. KOELLING. ARTHUR J. JR. KOIENY. DONALD J. KREDER. KERMIT R. LEM I NG. PAUL W. MARSH, NORMAN L. MASON. ROBERT E. MATZ. ALEXANDE R H. JR. METZ. GILBERT F. JR. ~ILES. JOHN B. MITCHELL, JAMES L. MOTHERSHEAD. JOHN L. JR. MUELLER. RICHARD D. NELSON. WILLIAM D. PYLE. ELMER G. REID. EO_IN O. ROTH. DONALD J. SCHAEDLER. KENN ETH D. SCHNEIDER. ROBERT W. SEGELHORST. ALFRED E. SOPER, WILLIAM S. ST EPHENS. JAME S w. ST EVEN S . D'JEANNE STITES. WILBUR D. TAN OUARY. CLIFFORD C. TOLIVER. JACK E. TR OUTNER. JOHN R. VENABLE. WILFORD G. wARREN. ROBERT N. WATW OOD. JAMES E. JR. wEBB. JERRY J. . EBB. ROBERT B. WE NTZ. CHARLES A. JR. wILLIAMS. RUSSELL E. ZIEBELL. DONN G.

ALTHEID E. CHARLES R. BAUMGARTNER. GEORGE "R. BENTILLA. KENNETH R. BL OCK. CARL G. BRAWLEY. JOHN M. OD E. BRUCE R. FIALA. NEIL A. GRINSTEAD. wILLIS G. ~ARDY. ROLLAND L. HE RNDON. RICHARD S. HUGHES. RICHARD A. JENKINS. LLOYD H. JURENKA. GILBERT G. JUSTUS. RICHARD F. JR. LI EBERMAN. WAR REN CLASS OF 1958 MC CLURE. R. MAX ~C CCY. CHARLE S J. ANS PACH. eARL E. MILL S . EDWARD L. BOYETT. RICHARD E. ~ILTCN. OS BORN E BR ILL. WALTER C. ~ITC h UM. MARTIN M. BRO WN. ROBERT L. ~ OR AL ES AGUILA "- . VI CTO R M. eU CHANAN. JOHN O. OGLE. HERBERT F. CA PPS. ROBERT O. CV ERT ON. JERRY B. CORR ELL. HOwARD D. REMMER S . E. PAUL COX . L. FRED RE SE R. DONALD E. CUMM I NGS . BRADFORD C. RUDOLPH. ALLEN H. DALLY. GARY R. SAUER. HARRY J. JR. CAY. CELB ERT E.

CULL. MELVIN J. FRANKE. GEORGE E. GARRETT. JAMES H. JR. GREG ORY. DONALD B. HARDEBECK, ELIZABETH M. hAR DEBECK. HAR RY E. HA RRI S. BOBBY V. HAUBOLD. NIEL S B. ~AYDON. JACK B. HEAD. ELDON _. hELTI BR AND. DEWAYN W. ~ERFCRTH. DONALD J • HOFSTETTER. JAMES F. HU DSON. MELVIN C. JENKINS. DAVID R. JONES. CLI NTFGRD R. LEO NG. JUDSON LEoIS. B. NEIL LITTLEFIELD. JEROLD K. MARLOw. BOBBY L. ~ASON. DENNIS E. MC CONNELL. BOBBY J. MICKA. DONALD C. nLLER. R. LARY MINTCN. ROBERT C. MODESITT. DONALD E. MONTGOMERY. WILLIAM R. MOkGENSTERN. RICHARD A. MO SB Y. FR EDDY L. ~ UN GER. PAUL R. MYERS. CH ARLES C. ~I E DERMEYER. O. DAVID JR. NOLAN. JAM ES R. C· KEEFE. TH OMA S J. CKENFUSS. RICHARD H. PAPE. EARL [. RASCHE, JOHN F. RATHGEB. LAWRENCE J. RO BERTS. JOE B. SAKONYI. ALEX S. SAUER. HARRY J. JR. SCHIERMEIER. JOHN J. SCHMIDT. E. ROBERT JR. SCHRENK. WALTER T. SF REDDO. HUMBE RT E. SI Re KA. MURRAY SMITH. R. THOMAS SMULAND. ROBERT J. STARKWEATHER. GILBERT ST EVENS. ROBERT P. SUCHER. ROBERT ~. SU DD ATH. JAMES N. TAYLCR. PAUL W. THO MAS. REX D. UNNERSTALL. LESTER A. VETTER. RONALD F. VIE. JERRY D. VITEK. RICHAR D K. WEGe NER. RONALD E. .EISS. NICHOLA S M. WEST. BILLY B. WINTE R. LESTER H. WITHROW. KERRY R. YOUN G. RALPH O. CLASS OF 1959

ADAM . KENNETH C. AHLE RT. RO BERT J. ASHER. CHARLE S E. ATCHLEY. BILLY L. AuBER RY. WILLIAM D. BAUM. FRAN K L. JR. EAYLE SS . JERRY R. fELLCHAMBER. DONALD K. BOXOO RFER. ROB ERT L. fRADLEY. JAME S E. BRAMON. GERALD A. JR. BROW N. DONALD E. fRUEGGING. HAROLD J. BRuNJES. WILLIAM S. CAIN. CLA RENCE JR. CA RPE NTER, LLOYD W. CA RRCLL. WARREN J. CAVALIER , FRAN K O. CAWN S. AL BERT E. CHI CO . RAYMUNDO J. CRA PNELL . DON W. CRUM. DANIEL D. OU TTCN. DONNELL W. FEAST ER . DONAL D R. FRITC HE Y. MERIL B. FULLE R. JOH N E. GILMl RE. REX A. JR. GOLDI N. HERBERT A. G RE E~. SIDNEY J.

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ADAM S. HUBERT L. AKMAKJIAN. CHA RLE S ALYEA. JERROLD M. AN DER SON . FRE DERICK D. ANDE RS ON. JOHN C. BA RTLETT. SYLVAN BATU BARA. KASMI R A. BAUMGA RTNER, GEORGE R. BAUSCH. RU SSELL L. BENNE TSEN. WAYN E J. BENZ. PAUL W. BOST ON. LAWRENC E A. BRA MF ITT. BRUC E L. BURKE. THOMAS D. CAR LTON . PAUL F. CA RVE R. RONALD P. CH EN. DAVID K. COFFMAN. JAME S D. COO PE R. LLOYD E. CORB I N. KENNETH D. COX. KEN NETH R. CRANE . DONALD N. DA UBE L. KARL J. DICKENS . WALT ER H. CONAL DSO N. wILLIAM E. DRES TE, FRED E. JR. ELLI S. HARLAND F.

FISHER, MELVIN J. VIRGIL J. FULT ON. FRANK w. GILM OR E, JERRY L. GRAVE S. GE ORGE H. HAWK. RALPH L. t-AWKINS. RU SS ELL O. J R. HAYS. STANL EY E. HOFFMANN. VICT OR J. HOLLENBERG. ROB ERT L. hOLMA N. GLENN W. HYATT. GORDON R. JA CO BS. JAMES H. JAME S. RONALD C. JU NES. ROBE RT G. J ORDA N. THOMA S M. KESHARI. Ho SS EIN R. KI EFFER, RO BERT C. KI ES LER, A. JAME S KILLIAN. DONALD R. KI NG . GLENN W. KLE BB A. KENNETH T. KOS TEN. HA RO LD W. LEMB ERGER, ROB ERT A. LODHD LZ. wiLLIAM J. LUKO .ITl. GREGORY J. LYNCH, ARTHU R C. KANLEY. WILLIAM H. JR. MAXTCN, RALPH C. MC DANIELS. JOH N L. ~ E R TL. EU GE NE E. ~ I LL E R, RONALD L. MOE LLEN BECK, AL ~ ERT J. JR. ~. OIT. DANIEL D. ~ O Y E R S . GERALD E. MUNSELL. B. DOUGLAS NEUMEIE R. LEANDER A. OKENFU SS . RICHARD H. O'N EAL. WILLIAM F. PATTERSON. GARY K. PENNING. THOMAS F. PHELPS. wELDON L. PRICE. DAVID E. PRIESMEYER. wILLIAM F. JR. RAY. RUG ENE E. REILLY, wILLIAM J. REYNOLDS. MAURICE M. RIZER . GENE C. RO SEBERRY. BEN E. SCOFIEL D. GENE L. SHOCKL EY. GIL BERT R. SIRCN . ROBERT E. SMITH. BERT- L. STEINMA NN. wALTER D. TAYL OE. LE O F. TESTERMAN. ROY L. THARP, CHA RLES E. TOD D, LAMAR S. VACCA. HERMAN L. VANCIL. MICHAEL R. VA NSANT. CARL A. VIE. JERRY D. VOLKE R. RONAL D E. WAGE NH EIM, NEAL T. . ALKE R, PAUL M. WAT SON. FRAN K WOOD , KE NNETH W. YANCIK. JO SEPH J . FL A ~IGAN.

CLASS OF 1961

AMSLER. LARRY C. ANNI S. DONALD J. AVE RY. M. RONALD BE NNER. RO BERT L. BLA KE, CHARLE S A. BOLA ND ER. RICHA RD W. BO LON. AL BERT E. BOSSE. WILLIAM R. BO wERS. S. MIT CHELL BR EN NIN G. EUG ENE O. BR I NK MAN. GLEN A. BRUNKHART, GERALD E. BU CHANAN. JOHN O. BURLAGE . DONALD W. CH AO , HUN G-CHI CHOLE RTON. EDWAR D M. CRAIN. CHARLE S C. CU RSO N, WILLI AM N. DE WING. H. HA RVEY JR. DONAH OE . TH OMA S E. EL- BAZ. FAROUK E. S. FA RME R. LA RRY E. FL OOD. THA DDEUS F. FOW LER, MARTHA C. GLA SER . ARTHU R E.

GR ANNEMANN. H. NEAL GR INDON. JOHN R. HENNING. WILLIAM A. HENRY, KENNETH W. f- OR NSEY, ECWARD E. HUFF, FRED V. IN GRAM. MELVIN A. JACKS. FRANK E. JACOB . ANTH ONY J. JAMI ESON. JERRY W. J CHNS ON. HAROLD E. KLI PP. JAMES E. KU RTlHALS. JAMES D. LATZER. JOHN C. LAWLER. wiLLIS D. LEONA RD, RENE J. LEwIS. DAVID M. LLA O. JUAN L. L O G A~. ROBERT M. ~AR B L E . JAM ES B. MAR CH BANKS. MA RTIN F. MA.RLE R. DONALD S. ~ AROSEK . CHARLES F. MATHEW S . WILLIAM E. ~AY, WILLIAM L. MC GILLAN, CECIL E. MC LAUGHLIN. EUGENE J. JR. ~C NABB, JESSE E. MEARS, ARMOND D. MESKAN. ALLEN W. ~ILLS. TERRY L. MISEMER. GERALD D. MO BLEY. GENE H•. MOORE. KENNETH D. ~, ULKEY. T. J OHN JR. MUNGER, PAUL R. MU NGLE. BURLIN D. NICKERSON. T. JACK NIX. JAMES L. NO ELL. NELSON H. NOLFO. LOUIS J. OGLE, JAMES R. OSTMANN. DONALD A. PATTERSON. BARBARA R. PETERSON. HENRY N. PETERSON. JAY A. PFEUFFER. RONALD R. PIKE. WILLIAM H. II REDLINE. RICHARD H. ROBINSON. RICHARD w. RO SE, ROBERT M. RUEh. DON L. SCHOT. ER I K H. SHAH. RAMESH C. SI ESE NNOP ••• wAYNE SMITH, NEIL ED SNAJO R. EDWARD A. JR. SPIELDOCH. RICHARD B. STI DHAM. JAMES A. STRAATMANN. JOHN A. SUTHERLAND. JAMES R. TALBERT. ROGER A. TOEPFER. LOUIS E. TRUE. DANIEL W. WALKER. HARVEY J. JR. .ALT ON. JOHN W. wE BER. ROG ER C. wEETMAN. BRUCE G. . ES T. J. DALE WILLIAMSON. RAYBUR N L. WOLFINBARGER. SAMUEL L. WOR LEY. MORRIS T. CLASS OF 1962

BA YLE SS. J ERRY R. eEN NE R. ROBERT L. BOLe N. ALBERT E. BOREN, MORRIS G. BOSCHE RT. ROBERT F. BR ADY. FRANIC S J. BRAMFITT. BRUC E L. eRAUER. CHARLE S w. JR. BUCKROD , GARY J. BURr ON. DONALD E. CH EN. CARY C. CH ENG. AYLMER P. CL EVE. BERNARD F. CULNAN. PATR IC" D. JR. DI SCH NER. EDWA RD E. CON ALD. wiLLIAM •• DOS HI, BIPIN N. DUVALL. H. PAT EIN SEL. MILLER D. ELF RINK. LIN DELL H. FA DLER. EUGENE C.

FLANI GAN. VIRGIL J. FUNS CH, owEN B. GAER TNER. DOUGLAS A. GOE . LARRY D. GORMLEY. JAME S M. GRAHAM. J OHN R. GREEL EY. MICHAEL N. HAA S . DONALD W. HAMMCND. MICHAEL W. HAUSHALTER. FREDERICK •• HE RR. UONALD C. HER ZOG. MICHAEL S. HOR EL. EDWARD T. HUFFMAN, JERRY w. JAC OBS, DAVID C. J OHNS ON. RICHAR D T. JONES. CHARLES B. KAMPER. RUSSELL A. KICK, DAVID D. KRONE, JACK B. LEET. MILT ON L. MAIS. RAYMOND A. ~ALSCH. PETER H.F. MC CAW. CHARLES K. MC LAIN. JIMMIE H. MC MU RTREY. GERALD O. ~ O SS. R. UEAN MU ELLER. RICHARD A. NICHELSON. G. REX JR. NOWIN SKI. STANLEY W. OB ERMARK. JAMES R. OTTEN, PETER E. OV ERALL. DONALD N. OWNBY. P. DARRELL PATEL. JAYANTIBHAI S. PE RSSON, F. MICHAEL PL OEGER. RICHARD A. RENCEHAUSEN. GERALD P. REUCK. AARON M. REYBURN. MICHAEL K. ROUSSIN. ROBE RT W. ROWLEY. BLAIR A. RULLKOETTER. GERALD W. SCHAEFER. ROBERT L. SHAH. DINESH K. SMITH, MENARD O. J R. SOUSA-POZA, AVELINO SP ECKHART. FRANK H. STALEY. JERRY A. STEARNS. JERRY D. STIGALL, PAUL D. SwANS ON. KENNETH A. TESKE, JAMES E. THEILMANN. VERN ON E. UHE. GERALD C. VALENTINE. CRAIG A. WAT ERS. U. JERRY WELCH, GARY E. WILLYARD. DONALD L. WILS ON, ROBERT J. wU ERZ. DONALD E. CLASS OF 1963

ACHE NBACH. GARY D. AL EXANDER. GEOR GE D. AM SLER. LARRY C. ANODE. WILLIAM V. ARMS. ROBERT L. BAKER. MERL BARTLING . DONALD L. BAUMBACH. DALE M. BENN. EDWARD BOWMAN, MICHAEL w. BR OWN. DALLAS L. BR OWN. DEWEY F. JR. BRUNJES. FRANKLIN E. BUCK. RICHARD L. CLARK. DENNIS A. CLEMENTS, JOHN L. CL OSE. MAXwELL L. COCHRAN. ANDREW A. CAVID. EDWARD G. DENZEL. JEROME A. CO DD . CURTIS w. DOSHI. BIPIN N. DOWLIN G. PAUL T. FRITSCH. WILLIAM R. FUKA. LOUIS R. GILM ORE. JERRY L. GL ASS EL, CLIFF ORD GUNN. JAMES A. f- OWELL. RUBERT C. HU STCN. ROBERT E. JAQUAY, RICHAR D L. JETT. CLIFTON R.

JOHNSTON. DALE A. JOHNSTON. LYLE D. KAHL. RICHARD A. KN OX. JAMES R. JR. KOCH. EDMUND O. KOESTER. ROBERT D. LAGO, CARLOS M. LAMB. JOHN C. LAPLANTE. ALLA N H. LASMANIS. RAYMOND LI BIEZ, JAMES D. LIGON. wILLIAM R. L O GA~. ROBERT M. LOVERIDGE. JOEL F. ~ACCRINDLE. COLIN C. ~ACHMEIER. PAUL M. MARKLANU. ROBERT E. MAROSEK, CHARL ES F. ~A R QUEZ. JUAN C. MA RT IN. WADE A. MELZER". JOHN L. ~ITCHELL. RONAL D D. MORGAN. HARRY B. NAIKNIMBALKAR. NARENDRA M. CTTEN. PETER E. CVERALL. GEORGINA M. PACKWOOD. DONALD L. PATEL. MAHESH S. PETERSON. DONALD L. POUSH, KENNETH A. REILLY, wILL lAM J. RINGHAUSEN. ROGER J. RISSER. V. VERNON ROBERTS, CARL J. ROB ERTS ON . RONALD S. RO BISON. JAMES B. SCHAEFER. SETH C. SCHILLINGER. GEORGE R. SCHWALLER. DAVID L. SEHL. EUGENE JR. SHALTON. LONNIE J. SHODHAN. RAMESH P. SILVERBERG. CARL G. JR. SMI TH. SAM L. SNAJCR. EDwARD A. JR. STEMLER. ORRIN A. STEVENSON. GERALD L. SUTTON. wiLLIAM R. TAYL OR, GLENN R. THOMPSON. LARRY D. THORNTON. ROBERT C. THURMAN, LOWELL E. TOMASEK. ANTON J. TRAUTMAN. DENNIS R. VAN BUREN. JAMES K. .ELCH. GARY E. .ILLIAMS. RONALD R. WYATT, DE MARQUIS D. ZINK. RICHARD C. CLASS OF 1964

ALEXANDER. CHARLES F. BARTEL. DONALD S • BENZ. WAYNE G. BIERMAN. SHELDON L. BR OEKING. KENNETH w. BUESCHER. ALFRED J. BULLMAN. GALE CAMPBELL. CHARLES E. CA REY. ROBERT C. CHAPIN, ROGER A. CHEN. TEN-HSI CHERVITZ. JERR OLD CHRONISTER. THOMAS G. CORW IN. ROBERT F. CRAIG. THOMAS A. DODD, CUR TIS W. DODSCN. RI CHARD M. EDwARDS. HARRY K. EL-BAZ. FARO UK E.S. EPPELSHEIMER. DANIEL S. II FE RRELL. C. STUAR T FISHER. JAMES L. FLOYD. DAVID A. SR. FDURNELLE. RAYMUND A. FREESE. DONALU R. GLAESE, JOHN R. GREER. GLEN M. HA RRI SON. CHARLES R. HENRY. JAMES M. HENSON. RONALD P. HILL, JAMES L. HO, WING O. HOEPKER. ELMER C. HOLKENBRINK. MICHAEL H.

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HOLLEY, ROBERT G. HOPPE, GERALD P. HUDELSON, JOHN R. HUFfT, ROBERT E. JR. JATCKO, ANTHONY L. JOHNSON, RICHARD T. KELTY, THOMAS M. KeRR, ALBERT L. KING, fRANK W. III KOPASKIE, B. EDWARD KRAUS, RONALD W. KUHLMAN, WILLIAM H. LAROSE, T. HARRELL JR. LEBER, WALTER P. LEWI S, DAVID M. MALONE, WILLIAM M. ~ART IN, RICHARD A. ~AY, .1 LLI AM L. MC CAULEY, RONALD A. MEEHAN, MICHAEL E. ~ICHEL, DAVID J. MITCHELL, RONALD D. MOCHEL, WILLIAM R. ~ROCH, ALAN B. MUELLER, GEORGE E. MURRAY, JAMES o. ~ICHOLS, ELWOOD B. NORMAN, ERIC J. PAPPAS, JAMES M. PARKINSON, LARRY L. PARR, RICHARD A. PAYNE, THOMAS E. PERRY, C. STEPHEN PETERS, DONALD G. PICKENS, STEPHEN W. POHLIG, KENNETH D. POUSH, KENNETH A. PRICE, CHARLES E. QUAN, CHooN K. RABER, RICHARD F. RADENTZ, DONALD E.A. RAIDT, PAUL B. RANEY, EDWARD M. RANGE, ROBERT D. REINHEIMER, CHARLES J. REULING, DONALD o. REYBURN, RICHARD L. SCHMIDT, RICHARD L. · SCHoT, ERIK H. SHALToN, LONNIE J. SNYDER, THOMAS E. SOWELL, LEWIS C. JR. SPEHR, JAMES L. STEINKAMP, WILLIAM E. STRICKER, ALAN E. STUART; ROBERT L. SUETTERLIN, JACK F. SWIFT, B. KENNETH TAO, FRANK F. TAYLOR, GEORGE H. TREFFINGER, DAVID J. VALENTINE, CRAIG A. VOORHIS, GARY L. WILLIAMS, Ro~ALD ~. WILSON, TOMMIE C. WOLF, JOHN H. JR. lIMNICK, HAROLD E. JR. lUNKEL, A. DOUG CLASS OF 1965

ACHENBACH, GARY D. ADAMS, JoSEPH · T. AGRAWAL, ARUN K. ALONGE, NICHOLAS J. ANDERSON, KIRBY R. ANODE, WILLIAM V. ARNOLD, RICHARD I. ATKINSON, CHARLES H. BARR, RALPH S. BASS, PAUL J. BEHNKE, ROBERT E. BENNER, ROBERT L. BERGT, DAVID. E. BERSETT, GERALD W. BICK~ELL, HILTON B. BICUNAS, JOSEPH D. BITTING, JAMES L. BRANUM, WILLIAM H. BRUNE, PETER A. BRUNNER, GAR Y D. BUGG, DONALD A. BUGG, STEPHEN F. BUTLER, JAMES L. CHANG, RANDY L. CHIANG, CHIEN-PING

MSM Alumnus

CLIFTON, WILLIAM A. II CLINE, JOHN L. CLINE, LARRY G. COOK, THOMAS ". COPE, WILLIAM R. CORRIGAN, JOHN D. CUNNINGHAM, JAMES R. CABNER, M. KIM CAVID, D. DAN JR. DILLION, RONALD K. DOIRON, DONALD G. DOLL, WARWICK W. FAENGER, EUGENE H. FINGAOO, CLAUDE H. FRANKLIN, WILLIE L. JR. GAYLORD, THOMAS K. GIGER, D. fRANKLIN JR. GOLDSTEIN, MARTIN P. GOODMAN, DANIEL K. GRIFFIN, PAUL D. GROSS, MANFRED E. HAAG, WILLIAM o. JR. hABENICHT, W. HELMUT HAMILTON, JAMES F. HANSEN, RONALD A. hENARD, DAV 10 E. HESCH, RUSSELL J. HOFFMAN, DAVID J. hOHMAN, JOE A. HOLDER, WILLIAM B. JR. HORNER, KENT G. HRASTICH, THOMAS A. HUANG, TSANG-CHI HURST, DONALD W. !TEN, H. CLAY JAGTIANI, HARRy JAMISON, JAMES E. JATCKO, ANTHONY L. JENKINS, DONALD W. JERSA, MICHAEL J. JUNGE, GREGORY KALLOR, JAY S. KASTEN, RAYMOND o. KETTLER, GERALD J. KoVEL, STEVEN M. LAGO, CARLOS M. LAPRESTA, SAMUEL J. LASKER, M. OWEN LASSLEY, RICHARD H. LEE, STEPHEN K. LEWIS, CARLTON T. LI U, WAN-CHENG LODHOLZ, WILLIAM J. LOGAN, ROBERT M. LOWER, LARRY M. MACHMEIER, PAUL M. ~ARLOW, CHARLES F • MAR T IN, TERENCE N. MC CRACKEN, WILLIAM E. MILLER, DAVID A. MORGAN, GROVER D. JR. MORGAN, J. DERALD ~ULYCA, WALTER C. MYRICK, CHARLES R. III ~ICKLESS, ARTHUR L. N I EL SEN, DARRELL M. NUTE, AL TON J. OHMS, EDWARD J. ('KEEFE, THOMAS J. O'NEILL, GREGORY A. JR. PACKWOOD, DONALD L. PATEL, JAYANTIBHAI V. PATTERSON, BARBARA R. PEIRSCN, ROBERT C. PERESlTEGY, LAJoS B. PICKER, MELVIN L. PRICE, WILLIAM J. PROVINCE, E. EDWARD JR. RIGGS, WILLIAM R. RINEY, CHARLES W. ROBB, KENNETH A. ROBISON, JAMES B. ROE, GERALD J. RUDE, OWEN D• RUSSELL, JACK E• RYAN, ROBERT J. SCHMITT, KARL J. SCHROER, WILBERT F. SCHWALLER, DAVID L. SEIFERT, HAROLD W. SHAW, NANCY J. SHODHAN, RAMESH P. SILVERS, PAUL L. JR. SIMPSON, THOMAS A. SMITH, FREDERICK J.

SMITH, MICHAEL D. SMITH, ROBERT STEVE SMITH, ROGER H. S~IVY, PAUL L. STEMLER, ORRIN A. STICKLER, ROGER H. STUART, ROBERT L. SUNDERMEYER, ROBERT W. SUNKEL, THOMAS M. SUTHIPASNARUPON, ANANT TERRY, RICHARD L. THIEDE, ALFRED J. TH o ~ASON. JUNE C. JR. THOMPSON, LEROY E. ToEDTMAN, CHARLES H. TOWERS, TERENCE G. VANCE, MACY W. VEKARIA, DINESH K. VOORHIS, GARY L. WADE, ROLLA T. WA GNER, ROGER C. wANG, JYUE-SHENG WANG, WEN-L I WELLS, WILLIAM L. WILLYARD, DONALD L. WILSON, TOMMIE C. YANG, CHING-CHY OUN ZIMMERMAN, WAYNE M• CLASS OF 1966

ABBOTT, RoHN D. A~NEAUX, DWIGHT J. BACHMAN, DAVID A. BAUMANN, THOMAS L. BEHRING, ALLEN G. BINGHAM, LLOYD W. JR. BLUMFELDER, WILLIAM O. BRADY, DALE E. BRAMFITT, BRUCE L. BRANUM, wiLLIAM H. BRYNAC, MICHAEL J. BUCHMEIER, FRANK A. JR. BUFAL O, DAVID J. CHAFFIN, GLEN N. CHANG, HOMER S. CHAPIN, ROGER A. CHAPMAN, ROBERT T. CHI ANG, ALEX C. COCHRAN, GENE A. COCO, MATTEO A. COPENHAVER, ROGER L. CORRIGAN, JOHN D. CRANE, VINCENT P. DAVIS, JERRY W. DAVI S, WILLIAM F. DECLUE, DUANE H. DESAI, RAMESH R. DIETZ, ROBERT O. DREIScWERD, DOUGLAS W. DUNN, HARRY E. ELLISON, DONALD R. FADLER, EUGENE C. FOSS, GLEN N. FOX, EDWIN K. FUKABAYASHI, HAROLD H. GAITR oS, DONALD L. GAITRoS, LINDA M. GLAESE, JOHN R. GLENN, HAROLD A. GOOD, JAME S H. GRAY, JAMES C. GREER, STEPHEN L. GRESS, GEORGE H. GRIMM, RICHARD D. HASSELMANN, KARL F. HAYES, EDWARD D. HEATER, CHARLES L. HE I DER, ROBERT L. HELWIG, ARTHUR W. HENSLEY, CLYDE R. HOGUE, ROBERT W. JR. HOLKENBRINK, MICHAEL H. HOL T, THOMAS· B. II HOWELL, JOHN D. HUDDLESTON, JAMES A. JR. HUGHLETT, MICHAEL L. HUNG, DICK T. IRAOLA, GUSTAVO L. JACKSON, LEROY H. JONG, BING-WEN JOZwiAK, PHILIP A. KIRBERG, LEONARD C. KLEBBA, KENNETH T. KLUG, ALFRED E. JR. KRAMER, RALPH H.

KRUEP, RAYMOND J. LEAVER, HARVEY B. LEVENE, DAVID A. L1AW, GIN C. LOG H, EDWIN W. LUK Eo CHARL G. LUND, CARL M. LYTLE, GLENN A. JR. MARRIOTT, DALE D. MARSHALL, STEVEN R. MA RT IN, RICHARD A. MASO~, JOHN T. III ~AY, THOMAS J. ~C KINNIS, LARRY N. MEY·ER, ROBERT W. MILLER, JOHN N. ~ITCHELL, ROBERT E. MODESITT, DONALD E. MOHR, JOHN W. MONRC E, RONALD L. MORAN, MICHAEL D. MORAN, ROBERT W. MORRIS, GERALD P. MUNN, DALE A. NELSON, NICOLA A. PATTERSON, GARY K. PAUL, RICHARD R. PEIRSON, ROBERT C. PETERSON, HENRY N. PHELPS, WILLIAM L. JR. POLLACK, LESLIE A. RANEY, ECWARD M. RICH, LARRY M. ROBERTS, LOV D. ROSS, ANTHONY o. SCAGGS, GUTHERIE JR. SCHEER, SAMUEL A. SCHLeSSER, JAMES J. SCHROER, JAMES B. SCOTT, ALDREW L. JR. SC OTT, KENNETH R. SEITZ, STEPHEN SHAFFER, ALAN D. SHAH, ASHOK C. SHIELLS, JAMES SLOCUM, ROY W. SNELL, ROBERT B. SPENCE, HUGH F. STEELE, JAMES D. STEI NKAMP, WILLIAM E. STEWART, LESLIE D. JR. STOCKHAUSEN, WILLIAM T. STOVER, DENNIS W. STRICKLAND, TH OMAS H. TH OMPSON, LARRY D. TH OMPSON, STANLEY D. TIBBS, NICHOLAS H. TRIPPEL, ROBERT C. UMPHREY, RONALD W. UTHE, FLOYD H. WATKE, DONALD E. WEHMEYER, DAVID P. wESLEY, DARRELL K. W!:YAND,

THOMAS E.

WI DEMAN, LAWSON G. wiLKENS, ROY A. WILLIAMS, CHARLES R. WILLIAMS, MAURICE A. WILLIAMS, WILLIAM S. WOOLERY, BILLY J. YUNG, SHU C. CLASS OF 1967

ACHENBACH, GARY D. ALBERTSON, LYNDELL H. ALLMON, JAMES A. At TMAN, BARBARA H. ALTMAN, RONALD L. AULD, WADE B. BALLMAN, EDWARD A. BARGER, HUBERT S. BARTLING, DONALD L. BAUER, WILLIAM C. BEE SON, JAMES J. BEVEL, JERRY E. BISCHOF, CONRAD W. BREEZE, FRANCIS V. BROWNE, MICHAEL J. BRUNNER, GARY O. BUSCH, DAVID W. CALHOUN, WILLIAM L. CAPONE, GARY J. CA RTER, JOE C. CASSIMATIS, PETER N. COOK, DAVID L.

CUMMINS, ROBE RT W. CAVIS, RONALD D. DEEL C, MICHAEL L. DEGENHARDT, EUGENE A. DELA SHMIT, WILLIAM E. DE LONG, CARL E. DI NKEL, TED R. COBB ERPUHL, DELMAR A. DYER, GARVIN H. ELAM, ANTHONY R. ELLIS, FRANK L. FERRETTI, MICHAEL E. FICK, ARMIN F. FINNEY, JOSEPH C. Fe RT, GEORGE E. GASS, JOHN W. GAYLO RD, TH OMAS K. GORR ELL, JAMES W. HALLETT, MICHAEL D. hANSEN, RONALD A. rARDY, MICHAEL E. HILL, ROLAND M. HOD GES, PHILLIP F. r OFFMAN, DAVID J. HOLLANDER, WILLIAM D. HOPKINS, WAYNE J. r GRNBUCKLE, JACK C. HORNSEY, ECWARD E. HUNG, MING H. INMAN, PAUL L. JAMISON, JAMES E. KAHRS, JEFFREY W. KALlA, HEME NORA N. KA STEN. DONALD G. KEHRMAN, ROBERT F. KESSLER, HARRY H. KETTENBRINK, GAIL DAVIDGE KIEFFER, JOHN C. KNEPLER, J OHN R. KOLCHINSKY, NEAL D. KROGSTAD, WILBUR D. JR. LE, NGOC-BOI LEBO, JEROME M. LESLI Eo THOMAS J. LEWIS, ROBERT J. LUEHRING, ELMER L. LYONS, HELEN L. MC COY, ROBERT J. JR. MC MILLEN, THOMAS ~. MC NUTT, MRS V.H. MEDLIN, JAMES M. ~IKELloNIS, LAWRENCE J. MOHR, JOHN W. MORRISON, DAVID W. MUELLER, RICHARD A. MYERS, HOWARD W. ~EAGLE, JO~N W. NICKEL, MELVIN E. NUTE, ALTON J. OLNEY, GERALD E. OWENS, GARY S. PARSONS, EDWARD W. PERKINS, MICHAEL A. PERKINS, RICHARD A. PONNIWTZ, ALFRED J. PONSTINGL, AUGUST J. POWELL, DOYLE W. PRATER, NICK L. QUICK, JOHN R. RATHeUN, DONALD G. REYNOLDS, WILLIAM R. JR. RICH, LARRY M. RIGGS, JAMES E. ROE, GERALD J. RUEH, KENNETH W. RYMER, RUSSELL S. JR. SADOWSKI, JOHN M. SALOF, GEORGE A. SCANLAN, JAMES W. SCHLOMAN, ALAN H. SCHMIDT, EDWARD L. SCHMITT, JOSEPH B. SCHoEP, GERALD M. SCHUETTE, LOUIS H. SCHWARZ, ARTHUR S. SCOTT, LARRY W. SEARS, THOMAS J. SIEVERT, GARY F. SMITH, ROBERT T. STEWART, BEN STINE, HOWARD H. JR. STOVER, DENNIS W. SULLIVAN, EDWARD J. SZABO, WILLIAM L. THOM, RICHARD D.

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MANSON. DONALD A. MARTI N. MARK A. MASSEY, L. RAY MC CRAE. ROBERT F. ~· C FADDEN. WILL lAM J. ~C ILNAY, JAMES S. MC KELVEY, RALPH E. ~EEKER. WILLIAM K. ~E Z INES. STEVEN A. MILLE R. NORMAN R. MILTENBERGER. JAMES L. MORGAN. GROVER D. JR • MUELLER. JOSEPH L. ~URPHY. JAMES R. NUSS, NORMAN W. OELGER. JOHN D. CLASS OF 1968 eL SEN. RICHARD G. ABBO TT. ROHN D. CRNES. MARVIN E. OWENS. CHARLES D. ftLBRECHT, GENE H. ALYEA, JERROLD M. PAIS. JEROME A. ANODE, WILLIAM V. PEAVLER. DENNIS M. PEIRS ON. ROBERT C. APPLEYARD. FRANK C. PEPPER S . ROBERT E. ARMSTRONG. ROY M. PERRY, NORRIS W. ASTRACK. RICHARD F. PERRY. ROBERT C. AYARS. ROBERT S. POGUE. JERRY G. BEHRING. ALLEN G. QUI CK. cDGAR A. BELL. GORDON W. BENNINGTON. LESLIE O. JR. RANKIN, RICHARD F. RATHB UN. DONALD G. BERGER. JOHN M. ROSENBAUM. DAV ID E. BLACKWOOD. JAMES D. BODI NE. JACK RUENGERT. MARTIN R. RUETER. RICHARD E. BOUSMAN. W. THOMAS JR. SCHAEFER. MARTIN P. BOYD. ROBERT K. SCHAEFFER, NEAL T. BRAND. JOHN R. BRAU~. RANDAL R. SCHEER. SAMUEL A. SCHEIBEL, LARRY L. BROCKHAUS. DOUGLAS A. SCHENK, RICHARD W. BROW N. JOE R. SCHNEEBERGER, fRED C. BROWNE. RICHARD H. BRUBAKER. WILLIAM R. SCHOWENGERDT, ROBERT A. SHUEY. KENNETH C. CHADWICK. JACK L. SIDLOWSKI. RONALD E. CHAO. HSIAN T. SMITH, FREDERICK J. CHAO. SUNG-SHENG SMITH, RONALD G. CHAPMAN. K. RON SNYDER. GARY A. CHI. TSUNG Y. CHOATE. LARRY O. SPENCE. HUGH F. CLAYTON. MICHAEL S. SPORS. RICHARD E. STEVENS. EDWIN E. JR. CLOSE. MAXWELL L. STORRS, STUART M. COCHRAN. LINCOLN D. S T R A~SS. STEPHEN R. COMBS. ELTON E. STREBLER, MICHAEL X. COWLES. JAMES C. JR. TEBO, STEPHEN D. COLAO. JOHN M. THOMPSON, STANLEY D. CRANE. VINCENT P. TOWNE, ROBERT G. DAVIS. JERRY w. UNTERNAEHRER, WILLIAM E. DAVIS. ROY G. VEJVODA, DONALD J. DEARTH. DAVID W. VIRTUE. RICHARD P. CETHORNE, RAYMOND J. 'WAGN ER, HAROLD W. JR. DILLON, PAUL H. WARD, DANIEL K. DINGES. JAMES R. ~ATKE. DONALD E. DOERFLINGER, ARTHUR E. WILLIAMS, ROGER L. DORRELL, EDWARD w. JR. WLOS. PAUL M. ECOFF, RALPH A. JR. WOLF, JOHN D. EGGERS, STEPHEN H. WRIGHT, STEPHEN A. ELLIOTT. RODGER L. WYCOFF, RONALO L. FENTlKE, A. DANIEL YOST, KENNETH D. FEUGATE, ROBERT J. JR. YOUNGMAN, JAMES A. FLANIGAN, VIRGIL J. FDURNELLE, RAYMOND A. ZAUNER, RONALD F. ZIEGLER. KARL F. FOWLER. RICHARD W. III ZOELLNER, LYNN E. fURS T. DAV ID L. GODWIN. WESLEY R. CLASS OF 1969 GOEDDE. JOE G. AL-SHAIEB, ZUHAIR GOSSETT. CHARLES B. II ALTMAN. RONALD L. GRIFFIN. PAUL D. ANDREAE, ROBERT A. HALE. ROBERT C. ANDREW, WILLIAM K. V HAYNES. ALAN D. ARNOLD, ROBERT D. ~EITlMANN, JOHN E. BAY, ROBERT D. HOUGHTON, TIMOTHY J. BEESON, JAMES J. HOWARD, JOHN J. BERRY, JDHN J. HUANG. JAMES C. BESTERFELDT. OANIEL E. JR. ISAAK. GARY J. BISHOP. DAVID K. JACKSON. JOHN T. BOES, DAVID H. JOHNSON, STEPHEN S. BOLANDER. RICHARD W. JONES, JAMES H. BONDURANT, FREDERICK N. KEHRMAN, ROBERT F. BORING, WILLIAM D. KLUG, ALFRED E• . JR. BOURNE. DONALD W. KOEOERITl. LEONARD F. BRACKBILL, ROBERT M. KOEGEL, FRANK R. BRANDHORST. LYNN D. KORB. MICHAEL C. BREESE, THOMAS E. LATTY. JAMES A. BREMER, GARY C. LEE, STEPHEN K. BRICE. BRADLEY W. LEHMAN, AR THUR R. JR. BRINKER, CLARK D. LONG, JOSEPH J. LUEBBERT. LAWRENCE H. JR. BRINKOPF, ROBERT L. BROWN, BURAN W. LUECK. RALPH H. BRUCE, ROBERT S. MABRY. DEWAYNE P. TURNER, ROBERT E. UHEY. RONALD E. ULRICH, KENT L. VANCE. MACY W. VAN DOVER, R. BRUCE VEDDER. RICHARD C. WAGNER. RICHARD V. ~EBB, WILLIAM D. WEBEI<. EARL K. WEINRICH. DAVID W. WIDEMAN. LAWSON G. • DLF. JOHN D. YOUNG, LAWRENCE M. lMUDlINSK1. GERALD L. lWIENER. JAMES M.

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BRUlEWSKl, JAMES R. BUERKE, EUGENE 8. BURKE, JAMES E. BURNS. RANDALL K. BURROWS. EUGENE H. CAHALAN. JAMES E. CAPONE, GARY J. CARR, K. EDWARD CHANG. JAMES J. CHOW, ROBERT Y.C. CHUANG, CHENG Y. COBB. ALAN R. COLLINS, WILLIAM E. COOPER. LARRY M. COULTER. STEPHEN J. COWEN. JOSEPH E. CRAIG, CHARLES M. CRETIN, PAUL F. DAILY. EUGENE J. DANESHY. ABBAS A. DAVIDSON, WILLIAM G. DAVIT. GERALO C. DEEM, JAKE O. DE LONG. CARL E. DENHAM, DONALD C. DESPAIN, DAVID R. DIETRICH. WALTER D. DINKEL. TED R. DIVIS, RICHARD T. EASON, JAMES S. EASTEP, LAWRENCE W. EBELING. JOHN A. EDWARDS. FRANCIS C. EYDMANN, PHILLI P S. FARRAR, BILLY F. JR. fEATHERLY. JOHN R. FEUGATE, ROBERT J. JR. FISC HER, JAMES E. FITZGERALD. HAROLD R. FRANKE. RICHARO E. FUKABAYASHI, HAROLD H. FUNG. SHlU Y. GENTZLER. EDWARD C. 111 GERIG. MARTHA M. GIVAN, GUY V. GLAESE, JOHN R. GULICK, GARY M. HARMON, JAMES L. HARTUNG. MICHAEL H. HASELTINE, DOUGLAS M. HASELTINE, GREGORY K. HAWKINS. ROONEY B. ~OBELMANN, DAVID W. HOLLAND, THEODORE W. HOLLOWELL, WILLIAM M. HORNBACK, DONALD L. HUCK, JAMES W. HUGHES, G. WILSON HUNG, SAMUEL S. JOHNSON. JERROLD L. KAHL. RICHARD A. KELKAR, SUBHASH G. KENTNOR, CHARLES B. JR. KERNS, WAYNE L. KIM, JOO Y. KNAUF, WILLIAM R. KNENLEIN, MICHAEL J. KOEDERITZ, LEONARD F. KOENIG, GARY R. KOESTER, RICHARD W. KOlACK, TIMOTHY F. LABI T. JAMES R. lIAW, GIN C. LLOYD, G. WESLEY LOMAX. GARY L. LOWE, WILLIAM S. MC MILLEN, THOMAS M. MC MURTREY, DANIEL R. MENGEL, EDMUND L. MERTENS, MICHAEL L. MEYER, ROBERT W. MILLMAN, ROBERT J. MINTNER, DAVID C. MYLES, CHARLES W. NIEHAUS, ROBERT L. NOGGLE, MICHAEL O. NUTE, AL TON J. OLDHAM. DOUGLAS G. O'NEILL, JAMES A. OTTD, CONRAD G. OWENS. GARY S. PAHLMANN, GENE A. PICKER, MELVIN L. POH~IG, KENNETH D. PRICE, CHARLES E.

RANDOLL, RODNEY O. REAGAN, LARRY R. RHEA. CHARLES J. RICHARDSON. THOMAS L. ROAM, JOHN H. ROBERTS, S. KENT ROE, GERALD J. ROG ERS. DOUGLAS B. ROSENKOETTER, JAMES B. RYTTER. NOEL J. SALLER. JOHN D. SAL OMON. HARRY A. JR. SANDER, RONALD E. SCANLAN, JAMES W. SHAEFER, RAYMOND T. SHINI, ASAAD S. SMITH. A. WAYNE SMI TH. BRI AN W. SMITH. GARY L. SPALDING. THEODORE J. SPEHR. JAMES L. STAHL. JOSEPH W. STEELE. ROBERT I. STEFFAN, CHERYL A. STEVENS, ROBERT W. STEWART, THOMAS J. JR. TETER. ROBERT D. TIHBS, NICHOLAS H. VEDDER, RICHARD C. VOSS. JEROME J. WANSING. ALVIN D. WATTS, RICHARD A. WEBB, E. VICTOR WIESENMEYER, JOHN C. WILLIAMS. DOUGLAS R. WILSON, PATRICK J. WISSEL, FRED O. kOESSNER, JAMES D. ZENGE. THOMAS L. liMMER, JOHN J. CLASS OF 1970

ABERNATHIE, WILLIAM E. ADLER, ROBERT B. AGRAWAL, ARUN K. AIMERITO, MICHAEL R. ALEXANDER, WAYNE S. ALEXANDER, WILLIAM D. ALLISON, MELVIN R. ALM, DARRELL R. ANDREAE. VICKI M. ARCHER, J. FRED ASHAR. NARAYANDAS T. ASTOLFI, RICHARD L. BAEBLER. ARTHUR G. BAJAJ, RAM BAKER, WALTER A. II BARNETT, RALPH L. BAUDER. CLARENCE H. BAUER, WILLIAM C. BAUSELL, RICHARD A. BEARCSLEY, DAVID D. BECKERDITE, GLENN N. BEHAN. THOMAS A. BEIRNE, JOHN M. BENAVIDES, FRANCISCO BIRK, DOUGLAS G. BISCHOFF. ROBERT F. BLEVINS, RICHARD R. II BOHANON, JOSEPH T. BOSSE, JAMES BRANHAM, JGHN E. BRIXEY. STEVEN P. BRON SON, BR ENOA L. BRO.N. WILLIS L. BRUCE. ROBERT S. BRYANT, DAVID A. BRYSON, DALE M. BUCK, RICHARD L. BURK, EARL O. BURROWS, EUGENE H. BUTLER. CAROL J. BUll ER. JAME S R. CALTON, LYNN B. CANN ON, WILLIAM C. CANON, RONALD M. CARL, DANIEL E. CARPENTER, LARRY H. CARR, K. EDWARD CARRON, MARK K. CARTER, JOHN B. CASE, JAMES D. JR. CHANG, JOSEPH J. CHAPMAN. RICHARD G. CHEEK, MICHAEL R.

CHEN. lI-K ING CHEN, YEOU-S AN CHENOWETH, HAROLD E. CHIANG, JAME S H-H CHIU, PHILIP L.S. CLINKINGBEARO, TERRY A. CONGER. GLENN J. CORBETT. TIMOTHY P. COUTURE, DANIEL G. CUNNINGHAM, JAMES R. CURD, WILLIAM H. JR. CAHLSTROM, DAVID W. DAVIDSON. PATRICK G. CAVIS. JIMMY L. DAVISSON, DAVID C. DEBOLT. DONALD G. DEGEN. GERALD D. JR. DELAY. RUSSELL G. DENNEY. KENNETH L. DENNIS, ROBERT A. DILTHEY, M. LEE COLATA, EDWARD W. DOWNEY, JAMES C. DUNKAILO. PETER A. CURESKY. BERNARD J. JR. DURHAM, TERRY E. EDWARDS, HARRY K. ENKE, DARYL D. ETHRIDGE, MAX M. FEAGER, JOE A. FINKELSTEIN. MICHAEL A. FINNEGAN. JERREY D. FITZGERALD, RICHARD J. FORD. JAMES A. FOX, JAMES L. FRIESE, MICHAEL M. GARDNER, STEVEN M. GARNETT, DENNIS L. GARRETT. JACK T. JR. GARRISON, EDWIN J. GERLITZ, GARY w. GIELOW, KENNETH D. GILL. MICHAEL L. GIVAN, GUY V. GLASSEL. CLIFFORD GRAUL. BARRY J. HABEGGER. RONALD L. rAGER. HAROLD W. HALMICH. RONALD D. HAMNER, PHILLIP G. HANKINS, DAVID R. HARDWICK, J. ROBERT HARDY, GERALD D. HARRIS, MICHAEL D. HASSELFELD, DALE E. HAVENS, PHI LLI P G. HEINE. 8ERNARD J. HENSON, PHILLIP L. HERBISON, ROBERT G. HO. WING O. HOECKELMAN, LESLIE HOHENBERGER, FREDERICK J. HOLLAND, WAYNE E. ~OLLIDAY, JAMES A. HORN, LARR Y S. HOUSER. HENRY F. HUANG, J-C TERRY ILAVIA. PILOO E. JAGGI. DENNIS F. JAMISON, JAMES E. JENSEN. R. GENE JONES, DAVID B. JUSSYP, JURI KALlA, HEMENDRA N. KAO. CH lNG-NAN KAPLAN, MARK S. KATHMANN, STEPHEN J. KEELING. BILLY F. KELLER, GARY w. KELLY, DAVID P. KEMP, LINDA L. KEMP. RUSSELL W. KEMP, WAYNE R. KETTER. RICHARD P. KILLGORE, ROSS D. KLINE. GARY L. KLUMP. ROBERT P. KO. KENNETH C. KOCH, DON L. KOEDERITZ. LEONARC F. KONE, FRANKLIN W. KORTH, MICHAEL V. KOSSMAN, HARDLD F. KOZIOL, LAWRENCE R. KRAMER, JOHN L.J.

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KREDER. KERMIT R. KRUC KEMEY ER. WILLIAM C. JR. KRUMI CK. CAREY F. KUEBLER. KENNETH L. KUENZ. JAME S M. KUSS. JOSEPH K. KUZIA. WILLI AM E. KWIATKOWSKI. JAM ES A. LABOUB E. ROGE R A. LA NDR ETH. EDW ARD W. LAN DRETH. RHOD OR A K. LANE . EOW IN O. LATTY. CHARL ES C. JR . LEW ELL EN. L. FRANK LI N. CHI N-T SAI l IND, UI ST. CRA I G A. LI TTEK EN . KE NNE TH W. LU . ROGER C. LU EDD ECK E. DONA LD E. MAHLA NDT . J OS EPH N. MANGAN . LAWRENCE S. MARCHIANDO . AN THO NY F. MAS TAL IO. KI M I. MAT OES I AN. DA VI D h. ~A TT HEWS . JERRY L. MATY . RONA LD P. MAYS , LARRY W. MC CLUR E, NA THAN I EL D. I V MC CORM IC K, CARL H. ~C FARLAND, GENE A. ~C KE LVEY. J AM ES E. MC NABB, WI LLI AM L. MC WI LL IAMS. LYLE w. MECH Ll N, MI CHAE L E. ME TZ, KENNE TH L. J R. MICHI E, GE ORGE A. MIDD EN, LE O W. MI DDL ETON. J EROM E W. J R. MIKK EL SEN, CLARK O. MIR LY, KENNE TH A. MI TCHE LL, RONA LD D. MOEL LER, THOMAS J. MONS EES, ROBERT L. MOORE, BEN L. MORGAN, MARK D. ~ORR I S , J AMES R. MOSS, KEN NETH E. MOUSER, GER AL D F. MUIR. STEV EN J . MURPHY, JAMES R. MURRAY. CHAR LES J . MURRAY, GREGORY M. MYERS. DANNY W. NEB EL , THOMAS C. ~EWCCMB , GARY L. NIESEN, RICHARD E. OLI VER, LARRY J . O'NEA L. WI LLI AM F. ONSTO TT, LARRY L. CPPENHEIM, MORRY OWENS. EDMUND w. J R. PAH LMANN, GENE A. PARIKH , UPENDRA J . PARKER, GEORG E N. PARR, RICHARD A. PARSGNS, JERRY D. PIERC E, JAMES R. PI ERSON, OSS EAN E. PIETRZAK, PAUL E. PO LL ACK, LESLIE A. PORTNOFF. NEI L S. PRAZNIK. GR EGORY E. PURS LEY, TERRY C. QUAY LE, WAYN E L. RAMEY, ROY R. RANKIN, RIC HARD F. RA ULS, GARY L. RAY, EARL D. RAY. JAMES A. RECHNER, JAMES J. RE ED, MI CHAE L L. REYNOL DS, JOSEPH C. RICKS, DALE L. RICONO, MARION P. RODE BUSH, JAM ES R. RODN EY, MICHAEL J. ROSENKOETTER, ARTHUR I. ROSS, LENARD H. ROT HE RMICH, RICHARD A. ROW AN, JAMES M. ROY. RAN J IT K. RUSHING, ALL EN J. SANDNER, BERNARD W. SCHA EFFE R, MI CHA EL J. SCHAM EL, WA LTER S. III

MSM Alumnus

SC HELLMAN, LE ON H. SCHIFF NE R, LARRY L. SC HILLI NG , KE NNET h L. SCH LEF, CHARLE S L. SCHMELZEL , RAN DO LPH W. SCHM IDT, M I CHI.E L G. SC HNAK E, ALVIN E. SC HWA NKE, CA RL O. SCO TT, MAURI CE III SE LDEN , THOMAS A. SHAFER , LYNN O. SHA FFER . ALAN D. SHAH, BH ARA TKUMAR S. SHAN HOLT ZER, J AM ES T. SHEN, WILLI AM C. SHEP HERD, CHAR LES A. SHEPHER D, LOREN G. S HI N~, WILLI AM K. SHOCK LEY , GI LBER T R. SIEGE L, ROB ER T J . SI EVER T, O. MORR I S SI ZEMORE , LAMAR T. JR. SM IT H, BEV ERLY D. SM ITH, BR I AN W. SOU LT , J OHN P. SP I ELDOC H, RICHARD B. SPITZMI LL ER. JOSEP H A. STEPhENSON , MI CHAE L w. STI NE, HOWARD H. JR . STU CKEMEYER, RANOY L L. STUECK. C. F.P . SUMMERS. J AMES B. SUNK EL . THOMAS M. SW I NN Y. DA Vl OW. TAY LeR. BYRON H. I I I TAY LeR. RONA LD G. TENES. EDWARD B. THOMPSON. WI LLI AM M. TIEMANN. DA LE A. TOLL E. WI LLIAM L. TOTH. LOUIS F. JR. TUNG. CHUNG- YUAN P. TURNER. THOMAS W. UMPHENOUR. CHARLES F. VACHA LEK. ROBERT J. VAN BUREN. JAMES K. VAUGHA N. STEVEN M. VICENTE . TIMO THY M. .AKEFIE LD. CLYDE F. • ALKER. HARVEY J. JR. .ANG. FU - YUAN wARD. RICHARD F. wEA THER LY. STEP HEN M. wEBB. ROBER T J. WEBER. J. SCOTT • EYAND. THOMAS E. WIEGELE, GEORGE L. kIL LIAMS. RICHARD K. WIL SON. TOMMIE C. WINDISH. MI CHAEL W. WINK LER. THOMAS E. WO Lf F. THOMAS F. • RI GH T. ST EPHEN A. YOUNKER. FORREST A. YOUN T. MICHAEL R. YUKS EL. ERDEN ZABORAC. T. ALAN ZAGAR. ROBERT A. ZE LMS. JEFFREY L. ZIEGER. JAM ES B. JR. ZOLL ER. HENRY E. lYLi CH. RONA LD G. CLASS Of 1971

ABERNATHIE. WILLIAM E. ABERNATHY. EUGENE C. ALL EN. JO HN E. JR. ANDREW. WILLIAM K. V ANSAR I , ISHRAT U. ARCHER. J. FRED BARTLETT. GARY R. BARTLEY. WI LLIAM H. JR. BAUMAN. WI LLIAM J. BECKER, KENNETH J. BECKMEYER. RUSSELL R. eEESON. JAM ES J. BELGERI, JAMES J. JR. BENDER. VICTOR W. BENTZING ER. ROBERT BERGHAUS. STEPHEN W. BERKBIG LE R. LARRY W. BER TRAND, PAUL M. BESHORE. DAVID G. BLANKENSHIP. WI LL IAM J. BLATTEL. RAYMOND

BOEV I NG LOH. GAYL< l . BOEV I NG LOH. J EFF REY J . BOND I . JA MES O. BORCHARD T. J OSEPH G. BOU LSON , CHA RLES E. BeWERS . DON AL D R. BRAAF ,

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BR UNK HORS T. ROBERT W. BRYAN. DA VID O. BUCKWAL TER . J OHN R. BUDD. VI NCEN T J. BU TCh KO . ROBER T G. BU TL ER. J AMES A. CALLANAN. DAV I D M. CAMPBE LL. LARR Y W. CANNGN . JOHN D. CANNON. WILLI AM C. CHOUARA I N. MICHAE L L. CHOURA. RONA LD G. CLAPPER. MICH AE L B. CLARK. BR UCE B. CLARK. ROBER T E. COBB. DONA LD w. CONNER. DANNY R. CONRAD . CHAR LES P. COOK. JERRY D. COOPER. CHAR LES J . CCOPER. LARRY M. COUNSIL. J OHN R. DAVIS. LENDI A. CAV I SSON. DAVID C. DEAVER. RANDA LL L. DENNIE. POWE LL A. DEWA LD. LEONARD N. DIPPO LD. J ACK D. DI TCH. DENN I S W. CON ZE. TERRY W. DCSTA L. GREGORY G.J. DOUGHERTY, GEORGE J. DOWNING. KENNE TH B. CRAWE. STEPHEN L. DUEKER. DOUGLAS L. DURHAM. THOMAS G. EHR LIC H. ROBER T L. EIMER , RICHARD •• J R. EKTERMANIS. JOHN A. ELLER MAN. WILLIAM E. EL LIOT T. J OSEP H O. ERICKSON. GORDON l . ETWERT, CHARLES M. FAENGER. EUGENE H. FARRE LL. JO HN S. FERRE LL. C. STUAR T FINKLANG. JOHN W. FIN~EGAN. JERREY D. FISHER. MICHAEL S • FLOTRON. GARY L. FOURNE LLE. RAYMOND A. FRANKFORTHER, DONALD E. FUHRMANNN. JAMES C. GALLUP. ARC HIBA LD M. GARRETT. DEE A.S. GAYER. J OHN G• GAZIOG LU. SADETTIN GENTRY. JANET L. CETZ. WI LLIAM C. GIE LOW. KENNETH D. GRABSKI. STANLEY E. GRAHAM, JOHN T. GRAHAM. RONA LD A. GRAY. HOWARD W. GREGORY. ROBERT H. GUCCIARDO. TERRY A. GUN TER. JAMES D. GUTZLER. BRETT M. hABERL. EUGENE H.A. HAFKEMEYER. GEORGE F. III hAIOUCEK. ROBERT C. HANGER. STEVEN C. HARDWICK. CHERYL hART. GERALD J. HAYDEN. THOMAS M. HAZELWOOD. GREGORY B. hEADY. J. WENDE LL HELLI/EGE. JAMES W. HERRON. WILLIAM M. ~ERVEY. DENNIS J . HERZOG. BRUCE E. HILTERBRAND. C. KENNY HOEL, ROBERT F. JR.

HUBER. RIC HARD A. IBARRA. CHERYL A. INTAG. CAR L E. I SRAEL. JOHN I. JACKS. ROBERT W. JR.

J ONES . DAVI D R. J ONES . J AMES H. KARHUSE. RIC HARD A. KEL LER. DONA LD C. KE LL Y. KENTON U. KE LL Y. MICHAEL G. KERC hER. ROBER T J. KERSC HER. TH OMAS E. KI RCHNER. FR ANK S. KL OTZ. J AM ES A. KOR T ~. MICHA EL V. KUMMER . DONA LD L. LAOEROUTE. CH ARLE S O. LAJ EUNESS E. CHARLE S A. LAMMERS. DEN NIS R. LAMM I . ALAN W. LAPR ESTA. SAMUE L J . LEHMAN, AR THU R R. JR. LEVENE. DA VI D A. LITTL E. MURVEL M. J R. LUTZ. DA LE R. LYNC H. DAN I EL F. MAHER. GERA LD F. MANUSMAR E. PURUS HOTTAM G. MARS HALL. DAVI D B. MASON. J OHN T. I II MAYS. LA RRY W. MC CARTY. DAVID L. MC CORM I CK. LARRY L. MC GRATH. J AMES B. MC MURPHY. DANNY J . MENG. JAMES C. MERW I N. JAMES R. MEYER. ROB ERT w. MEZINES. STEVEN A. MOll NEo DAN I EL D. MON TGOMERY. JOE D. JR. MOORE. MI CH AEL A. ~OORE. RONA LD T. MORRISO N. ROBER T R. J R. ~, OUSER. GERA LD F. ~E L SON. NICO LA A. NEUB ERT. RA LPH L. NEVINS. MARV I N E. J R. ~OlAN. LAWR ENCE E. OSSECK. PA TRICK M. PARKES. ROGER D. PEARCE. PAU L E. J R. PI TTMAN. LARRY P. PLANK. WILL I AM E• POLICH. VICTOR J . J R. POWE LL. RICHARD F. PRICE, J OHN B. JR. RAI THEL. JAM ES F. REDINGTON. STEP HE N L. REULING. DONA LD O. RI CHARDSON. DAVID N. ROUT BURG. MICHAE L S. SANDEL LA. MICHAE L S. SANDHAUS. HENRY W. SCHAEFER. DANIEL T. SCHERRER. PAU L K. SCHM I DT. E. ROBERT JR. SCHMIDT. EDWARD L. SCHNEI DER. JAMES R. SCHNYDER, HERBER T J. J R. SCHRAMM. WI LL IAM W. SEABAUGH. AL LEN W. SHERWOOD, ROBERT E. SIDELNIK. RIC HARD D. SIMON. DAVID M. SIZEMORE. DAVID G. SLEBODA. DAV I D S. SMI TH. G. DAN SMITH. GREGORY P. SPENCE. HUGH F. STANFIE LD. DENNIS E. STEPhENS. JAMES W. STOCK. JAMES L. STOTLER. DENIS L. STRUCKHOFF. ROBERT M. JR. TANSU. JOHN TAYLOE. CHARLES H. THEILMANN, JO HN M. TRANCYNGER. THOMAS C. TREADWELL. JOHN S. TRE~TMANN. NORMAN E. TRUITT. ROGER E. ULRICH. JAMES G. VANDERGRIFF. LELAND E. VARRONE, NICHOLAS J. JR. VONKA<NEL. FREDERICK W. WADE. PHILIP J. wADE. ROBERT L. wALLS. ROBERT D.

WEBB . J OHNNY S. kE LD. LAUR ENC E A. ~END T. ALVI N E. WHIT E. CHAR LES A. III WHIT FORD. JE RA LD L. .IDNER. GAR Y W. WILL IAMS . RAY MON D R. WI LREKE R. VICT OR F. JR. ~O L F F ,

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.U LFF. C. STEP HE N kUSS LER. ALFR ED J . WYCOFf . RON ALD L. YANCEY . ROG ER L. YEN . J ACKSON K. ZAMBON. ELAI NE M. ZLATI C. MILT ON T. ZOGG. WI LLI AM D. CLASS OF 1972

ACKMANN. DA VI D A. ALL EN . KIM S. ALL EN. MI CHAEL P. AL-SHA I EB. ZUHA IR ALSPAUG H. DAVID H. AMAYO. J ORGE R. BA LAZ. WILLIAM P. J R. BAR TL ET T. RICH AR D E. BEEBE. JACK R. BEHRING. ALLEN G. BEN TON. J AM ES R. BERRY, ROBERT T. BI NDER. ELMER W. BLACK. wiLLIAM M. BLAIR. NORMAN D. BLALOCK. RANDY W. BLIZEWSKI. BRENT BOND I. J AMES O. BOYD. STEP HEN J. BRANNAN. RANDA LL J . BKOSE. MARTIN A. BROWN. PHI LL IP L. BUBACK. CRAIG S. BUHRMESTER . EAR L K. EURKE. TERI EL E. BU TT S. JAMES D. CADWA LL ADER. GEOR GE W. CANON. RONALD M. CARM I CHAE L. DW I GHT E. CARMICHA EL. KENN ETH w. CARROLL. RALPH J R. CARSON. ALAN W. CARSON. JOSEP H O. II I CHANG. J OSEPH J. CHENO.ETH. DARY LL W. CH I EN. JOHN F. CHO. J YONG S. CO LE. HUG H E. COLENO. DA LE R. CO LLI NGS. JAM ES R. CCMMERFORD. JAMES J. CONGER. GL ENN J . COR LEY. JO HN M. CRETIN. PA UL F. CURTH. F. OSCAR CAVENPORT. LAURA C. DAVI S. ROBERT S. DODDS, MURRY J . DO LL. WI LLIAM E. JR. DREISEW ERD, DOUG LAS W. DUFFEY. GARY J. DUNKMANN. STEV EN W. DUNN. WYATT M. EDWARDS. JOHN W. JR. ENGL I SH. THOMAS O. EYERMANN. THOMAS J. FAUST, RONA LD G. FERGUSON. GARy E. FIEBELMAN. DENNIS D. FINAZZO. JAMES A. FINNEY. JOSEPH C. FISHER. MELVIN J. FITZPATRICK. JAM ES L. FLETCHER. C. SCOTT FORSEE. GARY D. FRANK, J ERRY L. FRISBEE. DANIEL E. FUKABAYASHI. HAROLD H. FUREIGH. MICHAEL L. GAITROS. DONALD L. GARRETT. L. WAYNE GAZIOGL U. SADETTIN GILES. MICHAEL L. GREENE, EVA HIRDLER bADFIE LD. PAUL M. HALBERT. JEFFERY L.

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HALE. MICHAEL C. HAMBACKER. KURT L. HAD. WUU HARMS. BARRY A. HARRI S. GEORGE L. HES EMAN. CA LVIN R. HI TCH IN GS. ROGER L. HOLLIDAY, ROBERT L. HOLT. MICHAEL L. HOUDESHEL L. DALE L. hUNDING . CARL W. I I I I BARRA. SANITA (.O JR. ILLlA N. DDN L. I SBEL L. CLARENCE A. JR. JONES . CHAR LE S M. JONG . BIN G-WEN KALTER . CHARLE S J. KAP LAN. ALARD KARAB LY. LDUIS S . KEeFE, KENNETH L. KESSLER, BRUCE S. KESS LER . ROBERT R. KIRCHNER. FRANK S. KOC HER. FREDERICK L. KRI EGSH AU SER . PAUL C. J R. KUSPA. J OHN P. LA DEROU TE, CHARLES D. LA MBE, CLINTON R. LAPLAN TE. ALLA N H. LA PLA NTE . RICHARD T. LA R A~IE. RA YMO ND F. LA SCHOBER, RICHARD J. LAUTH. JOHN A. LEAVIT T. DALLAS R. LE STER. FREDDIE H. LEWIS. RA LPH A. LOI SEA U. PAUL B. JR. L UZ Y~ SK I. LAWR ENCE H. LYON. JAMES S. MADDUX . LAR RY R. MAREK. J. DOUG LAS ~ARSHALL. CHARLES F. ~A RSHA U S . KURT K. MATTHES. ALFRED W. II MC COMMIS . WILLIAM W. MC CORMACK . HOWARC F. JR. MC SPAO DEN . ALAN W. ~ELDI. RONALD L. ~ ERWIN . JAMES R. MIESNER. STEPHEN H. MINDEN. FRANC I S J. ~INTNER. DAV I D C. MI RLY. KE NNETH A. MOOD Y. ROBER T A. ~ ORR I S . JAMES R. MUI: LL ER . KENT W. ~, U GA N. JOHN W. ~ULLI GA N. JAM ES A. III NELDEN . JAM ES W. ~E L SON . STEVEN F. ~ORTH. MI CH AEL A. CLIVE R. DA~IE L L. OLI VER . J OHN M. PADBERG . J OSEPH G. PAN TELI S . PAUL N. PARK. DEAN A. PARS ONS . CLYDE T. JR. PAZDERA . KAREN K. PEA TROSS . ROBERT F. PEkRY. MI CHAEL A. PHI LL IPS. GARY V. PHIPPS. J OHN O. PITT S. LOREN W.H. POER TNER . PATRICIA T. POL ITT E. JAME S E. PR I CE . G. LY NN PUETTMANN. DAV I D R. PYLES. HER BERT C. JR. CADOUM I. ABDUL-QADER T. RA MEY,

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SCH WARl. DOUGLAS B. SHUKLA. PRAV IN CHANCRA SI ND EL. MA RVIN V. JR. SM ITH. EDWARD A. STAH L. J OSEP H W. STEHLY. DANIE L W. STE I NNERD . MICHAEL W. STEVENS. O. DA LE II SUM~ER S . ALF RED L. JR. SYLVE STER. DENN I S G. TACCHI. KEN~ETH J. TAYLGR. MICHAEL E. TAYLOR. PH ILIP G. TAYLeR. ROGER K. THIE DE . ALFRED J. TH OM PSON. WAYN E ·F. TI BBS . NICHOLAS H. TI MS . WALTER D. TITU S. RUSSEL L. TOTH, RO BERT C. TRANCYNGER . MICHAEL L. TRAYN OR. LORR AI NE W. VANDIV ER , GARY W. VOGELPOHL. DAVID R. VOLKMAR . ROBERT w. WARD. J OSE PH R. .ASSILAK. J OHN R. WIL REK ER. VICTOR f. JR. WISSMANN. HA RO LD J. JR. WUOD. N. DOUG LA S WOOD RING. GEROLD D. wOOS LEY , DAVIO E. ZERWIG. LA RR Y J. ZIMMERMAN. WAYNE M. ZINSELMEIER. ALBERT E. lLATIC. MILTON T.

EDE LE, JAME S S. ELVEN . DARRE LL R. ETLI NG . NOR MAN G. JR. FA DEM . CRA IG L. FAHY. MI CHAE L P. FENN EWALD. GARY J. FETT ERMAN . PH ILLIP S. FL ETCHE R. STA NLEY T. FRAN KLIN. JA~ ES A. J R. fROSSARD . GARY J. FULKER SON . FRANC I S M. JR. GAULT. RANDOLPH P. GAUSS . MONTIE J. GAYER. EVELYN L. GILES. WILLIAM E. GU LDAMMER. STEVEN R. GCODMAN. ROGER K. GO YMERAC. TH OMA S M. GRECO . DAV I D E. GREGC WITl. JGHN J. GULLEY . GEORGE H. HAAK E. JOSEPH R. HA BEGGER. RONA LD L. HeATHERLY. DOUGLAS A. HEDD EN. STEVEN J. hEILICH. RAYMOND P. HELLRICH. JAMES H. t- END ERS ON , GARY R . HEND REN. LA RRY L. hOFER. J OHN R. t- ORS TMA NN . PAUL W. HUGHES. RONALD R. HUKKU. SUMAN K. , t-U NS ICKER, JAM ES C. I NTAG. CARL E. J AN ES. LYLE F. J EN KINS. LARRY J. CLASS OF 1973 JONES. RONALD L. ACREE. JAME S A. KELKAR, SUBHASH G. ALVERSON. V. MI CHAEL KE LLY. PAU L W. ANDERSON, GLE NN R. KEN T. WILLIAM D. ARTMAN. ANTH ONY J. KLEINE. CHARLES H. ASTRACK. RICHARD f. KLEINERT, ANDREW J. AT CHL EY. KATHERINE V. KLEI~MAN. ROBER T A. BADE . NORMAN D. KLUBA. DENIS M. BAKER . J OHN W. KOE HRER. WILLIAM A. BARK AU. ROB ERT L. KUEB LE R. KENNE TH L. BARN ES. WENDELL L. KUNKE L. ARTHUR K. I II BA l-DRESCH, J OHN J. KWIA TKOW SKI, JAMES A. BE HR. MICHAEL R. LA BOUBE . DEAN R. BE LEW . LELAND F. LA BOUBE. ROGER A. BEN TlIN GER , ROBERT LANCE . RICHAR D J. BERGMAN, BARRY M. LA UTH, JOHN A. BERG THOLDT. STEPHEN J. LAWLER. CHARLES E. BE RKBIGLER. LAR RY W. LEBRE LL. CHARLE S R. BESHORE, DAVID G. LED ERLE, GA RY J. BES T. DAVID C. LEE. HERMES BL IlEW SK I. BREN T LETT. STEVEN K. BOMMARI TO. NICKLAS J. LEWIS , LAWRENCE L. BOSCHER T. TH OMAS C. LINDSEY. ROBERT T. BOSK Y, MARIE L. LI NDS TROM. JOHN A. BRA UN. JO SEPH F. JR. LI VING STON. LA RR Y S. BREIDERT, J ANI CE E. LOGS TON . MICHA EL A. BRE MER, WAYNE P. LOMAX. VICTOR w. JR. BROC KGR E IT EN S. BERNARD E. J R. LOU D. GARY D. BROSE . MART I N A. MAGGER T. GARY G. BRO WN. LY ND ELL R. MART IN. JIMMY D. BR YANT. STEVEN D. MC CLURE. DAVID T. BUC HMEIER. WILLIAM K. MC CORMACK . foOwARD F. JR. BUECHEL. ROBER T M. JR. MC GINTY. CHA RLES C. BUHR ME STE R. EAR L K. MEANS. JIMMY L. BUX T GN, JAN K. MI DD EN. LE O w. BYRNE . JAMES M. 'ILLMAN. ROBERT J. BYRNE . PA TRICK M. ~ILL S . TH OMAS K. CAMPBE LL. FRED W. MINOFF . JERRY CAPONE. GAR Y J. MI TChE LL. MICH AE L E. CLARK . J UAN IT A K. NANC E, TERRY J. COAR TNE Y. CHA RLES R. NIEHOFF . MICHA EL E. CO LLI NS . WIL LI AM E. NOR TH. JOHN E. COOMBE. RI CHAR D B. JR. a ll VE R. DANI EL L. COPE, ROBER T W. PATTERS ON. J. SCO TT JR. CORR I GAN . J DHN D. FAYNE . J OhN R. CUNN INGH AM. WILLIAM P. PEAS E. DENNI S C. CAV I CSON. ALEN F. PEKAR I K, MICHA EL A. DAVI DSON . MA RC R. PENDERGR ASS . DE NN IE L. CAV I ES. CARO L A. PETERMANN. ERN I E w. CEAVER. RAND ALL L. PE TER S. RIC HAR D E. DE KO LD. J OSEPH M. PRES TON . ROBER T P. CIE RKER . STEVeN B. PUE Tl. LYN NE E. COLATA. EDWARD W. RE IFEL. ALLAN J. CO LL. WILLIA M E. J R. RE IT ER. J OhN R. DOW LING. J OHN J. REYNO LDS . LL OYD A. DUWNS . PH ILIP R. RICHARDSO N. DA VID N. EBbESMEYER . CAV I D J. ROIS . ROSEMARY F. ECK . J AMES M. RURABAUG H. JAMI: S I.

RUSHI NG . ALLEN J. SALLAS. J OHN J. SCANLON. ROBERT J. SCHE LLER. JAMES D. SCH LUETER. ST EVEN E. SCHNEIDER. JAME S R. SC OTT. STEWART A. SEVICK, J OSEPH G. SHE LT ON. ALBERT E. SHOFNER . TE RRENCE D. SIT. STEVE SKAI~ . JOHN C. SLOVENSKY. RICHA RD C. SMITH. A. WAYN E SM ITH, G. DAN SNE ARLY. KENNETH L. STAHL. WILLIAM H. STA RNES . GORDON A. STARNES, RU THEANNE M. STRA TMAN. MARK X. STRI TZEL, DAVID L. SUETTERLIN. J ACK F. SUE TT ERLIN. KENNETH M. SU LLIVAN. CLYDE L. TAll ITCH. STEPHEN T. TAYLOR. RICHARD M. TE SKE. DAV ID J. THOMAS. J OHN J. TH OM PSO N. JAM ES E. JR. TIMME. ROB ERT G. TOWNSEND. J ON R. TUll LEo DAV I D F. VAETH. RICHARD M. VE DEN. LEONA RD S. ' ADE, EDWARD N. WALKER. HARRY J. 'ALl. MICHAEL A. WARREN . JOSEPH P. ' EBB , OB IL J. J R. WEI DLER . GA RY R. ' ERNER. KENNETH W. 'ILHELMS. STEV EN C. WILLIAMS. CU RT T. .ILLDUGHBY. RON ALD D. WI LSON . JOHN R. WINFIELD. SC OTT B. WU RTl. MARK T. YATES. FRANK M. YORK. THOMAS A. YOUI-:G. BR IAN R. YOUN G. CHARLES M. ZIEGL ER. KARL F. CLASS OF 1974

ALFORD, REX BECKMEYER. RUSSEL L R. BDND I . JAME 5 O. BRO WN. DANIEL J. BUCHME IER. FRANK A. J R. CANC~. RONALD M. CHO. JYONG S. COLLINGS. JAME S R. CORB I N. KENN ETH D. DAVI DS ON. PATRICK G. ERICKSON . GORDON L.

EYDMANN. PHILLIP S. FENNEWALD. GARY J. FLETCHER, C. SCO TT FLOOD. H. WILLIAM GAIA. MARK A. GARRET T, DEE A.S. GARRISON. EDWIN J. GAUSS, MONTIE J. GEE. MING-LEE HAMPEL, RICHARD J. HANNA. ROBER T L. HOLT, MICHAE L L. t-ORS TMANN, PAUL W. HUDIBURGH. GARY W. JR. I DEN . DOUGLAS C. JONES. JAMES S. KELL Y. MRS MERVIN J. KESSLER . ROBER T R. KIEFFER. TH OMAS P. KNEAREM, JAME S L. KRIE GSHAUS ER. PAU L C. JR. LANG . EUGENE A. MA RLCII. CHARLES F. MATTHEWS. EMILY A. MC KEE. RICHARD H. MEl. ANTHONY L. PENCE, MRS HARRY POHLlG. KENNE TH D. POR TER . JOEL E. PRICE. BERNARD w. II! RAMEY. ROY R. RUSTE RHOLTl. CHARLES K. RYTTER. NOEL J. SANDVOS . JERRY L.A. SCHE LLER, JA MES D. SCHU ESS LER, RICHARD B. SCHWARl . DOUGLAS B. SM ITH. GREGORY P. SOLOMON . RUSSELL C. SUTTON . WILLIAM R. TAPPMEYER . RONA LD A. WAGNER . HAR OLD w. JR. CLASS OF 1975

ARNO LD. ROBER T D. BA TUBARA. KASMIR A. BEL L, ARTH UR H. BLEV INS . RICHA RD R. II BU LL OCK. RICHAR D L. FINLEY, FRED W. GARRETT. JACK T. JR. GRESS . GEORGE H. HANSEN. RO BERT C. POE CKELMAN. LESL I E KUS PA. JOHN P. MA TTH EWS . LYLE E. MOO NEY. J OSEPH W. REYNOLDS, LLOYD A. RHODES . A.E. SCHAFER. ROBERT P. SCHMOLDT. HANS E. SMITH, P. GENE r UTH, LOUIS f. JR. .HITWORTH. VIRGIL L.

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WHEN THE ALUMNI ASSOCIATION WAS YOUNG, LIFE MEMBERSHIPS WERE SOLICITED TO FINANCE THE ORGANIZATION. THE FOLLOWING ALUMNI HOLD PAID UP LIFE MEMBERSHIPS:

Bowers, Ca rlos Ge hert '2 4 Brown, J ohn Stafford '17 Craw ford, E, A, '29 DeCousser, Kurt Herm an '22 DeV alve, Albert Steihler '43 Forgotson , J ames Morris '22 Fra m e, Wayne Sh an non '23 Cibson, Doddridge Graham '23 Grimm, C, J ames '30 Ha lasey, Francis Richard '22

Harb ison , Lynn '23 Kem per, Cla ud e Lester '24 Miller , J ohn Charles '16 Nea l. Ke nneth Ro beson '30 POtter, Charles J ackson '29 Reilly . J oh n Henderson Gay '17 Smi th, Hu eston Merri am '38 Swift, R oy Erwin '34 W anenm ac her. J osep h M. '23 Wh eeler , Ernest Sterling '22 Wh eele r, J e nnie '22

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Annual Program Honocs Daniel Jackling :92 DanielJackling, Class of 1892, during his lifetime and through his Will provided the Curators of the University of Missou ri with gifts to establish two funds for the use of the University of Missouri School of Mines and Metallurgy, now the University of MissouriRolla. These two funds are known as the Jackling Loan Fund and .the Jackling Educational Fund. The Jackling Loan Fund, the first of the two extablished, cannot exceed in assets $100,000 , a sum reached when settlement was made atJackling's death. The Loan Fund is administered by the Financial Aids Committee of UMR with the advice and consent of the MSMUMR Alumni Association's Jackling Fund Committee chaired by director Al Buescher, '64. The Jackling Educational Fund was established by the Will and received from the bequest about $40,000 . A maximum limit on assets for the Educational Fund was set at $500, 000. This figure was to be reached by crediting any monies in the Loan Fund over the maximum set for it plus the earnings on capital in the Educational Fund. There is a proviso that after the Educational Fund reaches $100,000, two-thirds of the income may be spent for purposes set out in the Will. The Educational Fund now totals over $140,000. The Jackling Mineral Industries Summer Energy Careers Institute was established as a joint venture of the Association and the University in 1974. The Jackling Institute is a program designed to encourage students to enter the minerals industries and it is financed by earnings in the Educational Fund. The Association and the University are pleased to recognize annually the distinguished alumnus Daniel Jackling whose benefactions make this Institute possible.

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This memo is to serve as a final report on the activities of the Institute for the summer. A copy of the schedule, a list of the names and addresses of the students who attended, and a list of the UMR students and staff who made the program go are attached. MSM Alumnus

A preliminary to students whose names and addresses were obtained from the 1974 list, from cards mailed in as a result of faculty visits, and from interested alumni brought in applications sufficient to half-populate the program. A final mailing to all 661 high school science departments in Missouri brought in about 40 more applications. Many of the students who attended stated that no one at their high schools had even brought the Institute to their attention (including Rolla H i g h School); it appears that earlier and more frequent mailings are advisable. The academic quality of the attendees is outstanding, with well over 80 % classifiable as honor students (above 3 .2 cumulative) . Their quality was evident during the Institute from the questions asked. The format of this year's Institute was nearly identical with the previous year. Alternating days on and off the campus and a reasonable mix of lecture and demonstration provided the variety needed to keep them awake and interested. The rather loose organization of the Institute was commended by several of the students and only minor problems arose in connection with behavior in the dormitories . Faculty presentations were of the softsell type. All students were aware that the purpose of the Institute was recruitment but the presentations were honest and straightforward so that they understood why it is necessary to inform them of the opportunities available in the curricula of the School. Many students expressed their appreciation for the opportunity to learn about these curricula and it appears likely that a significant percentage will appear as m ajors over the next one to three years. The trip to the Brushy Creek Mine of St. Joe Minerals was quite successful. Mr. Welch , the Division Superinten dent, and Mr. Blackwell, the Mine Superintendent, did a superb job of explaining the operation and conducting the tour. The effort they made was obvious and was appreciated greatly by the students . The trip to the Amax smelter was brief (mercifully so, according to students, who had spent the morning at the mine), consisting of a 15 minute walking tour.

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The Current River float trip, organized and led by Dr. Lewis, was a high point, enjoyed by all. Regardless of the expense involved, it would be advisable to include the float trip in future efforts . It provides the students with an opportunity to associate with and discuss career opportunities with faculty and UMR students in an informal way. In this connection, Tony Messina , a graduate student in Chemical Engineering, who also organized softball games and answered students ' questions about use of University facilities , and several of his colleagues were very helpful on the float trip and at other times in providing the Institute participants with the flavor of UMR student life . In addition to presentations by the departments, information about the Student Financial Aids Office was provided by Lillian Riley, the workings of the Co-op program were explained by Ed Vaughn, and the services of the Placement Office and other student affairs offices were described by Larry Nuss. These presentations were quite effective and appreciated . The only real recommendation for future institutes , other than one to myself to do a better job of obtaining information about the students' averages etc., is that they continue in the same general format , at least until such time that we have enrollment data to indicate effectiveness. Thirty students each week for two weeks appears to be about the right level. Sufficient applicants were available for 35 per week this summer, a manageable number but it would be a challenge to obtain applicants to fill three sessions. Sincerely,

Charles A. Sorrell Professor

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Jadding Institute Attendees Kati Berti Sullivan, MO Debbie Bremer Smithton, MO Brad Cash Sullivan, MO Jeffrey Chappell St. Joseph, MO Jim Clark Kansas City, MO Rick Erickson Kansas City, MO Sterling Foster Jennings, MO Russell Harmon Sullivan, MO Steve Jones Houston, MO Mary Kespohl St. Louis, MO Janet N. King Chillicothe, MO Mary Jo Kleeman Altamart, KS Angela Krosnicki St. Louis, MO Maqsood Mahmud Maryland Heights, MO Pat M. Maul St. Louis, MO Renee Miller St. Louis, MO Jeffrey A. Myers Indianapolis, IN Chris Neale El Dorado Springs, MO Tim Politte Bismarck, MO Theresa Roark Sedalia, MO Becky Sadler El Dorado Springs, MO Kenneth Schmitt Leslie, MO Wendell J. Scott Sullivan, MO Jeff Smith Louisiana, MO Lee Wagenknecht Smithton, MO Sam A. Waller St. Joseph, MO Edward Austin Columbia, MO Sonya Beasley Houston, MO Paul Bock Advance, MO

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Dear Ray: For the past two years, I have been fortunate enough to have received funds from the Alumni Association for the Student Assistant h'ork Program. This is a truly excellent program and has been very beneficial to myself and the students involved. This year, Mark Blaser has worked with me and his project concerned the use of manganese in purifying chemical solutions. The research has progressed quite well, and as a result, we were ' able to approach an industrial concern with a proposal to continue the work under their sponsorship. We have already received word that our proposal was accepted and a grant of $15,000 will be made to the University. Without the original help from the Alumni Association, I seriously doubt that the project would have ever been started. Also, partially as a result of this, Mr. Blaser has decided to stay at UMR for graduate work. Thus, the returns seem to be quite good indeed. I am appreciative' of the interest and assistance from the Alumni Association and heartily endorse their fine efforts in this area. It can be very productive I believe, and hope that they can continue it in the future. I, for one, will certainly try to remain a part of it as it is very worthwhile for all involved. Again, my thanks and appreciation to all those who have made this possible. Sincerely,

TJO:mjh cc: R. V. Wolf

Mike Bynum Arnold, MO John Cantrel Rolla, MO Chris Cook Quincy, IL Kenneth Deason Arnold, MO Eddie Delp Gainesville, MO Karen Durso Bridgeton, MO Billy Ewell Springfield, MO Timothy Hildenbrand Holland, IN Greg Householder Puxico, MO

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Jack Mishler Rogersville, MO Kevin Rackley Gainesville, MO Ray Roberts Rogersville, MO Jacqueline Shores St. Joseph, MO Rick Silvey Jasper, MO Barbara Stone Clarksville, MO Sonny Wellborn Salisbury, MO Doug West Rogersville, MO Lynne Wiese Sullivan, MO August 1975

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Report of Unique Association Program Tom Miesner, working under Dr. Fred Swift, Engineering Management, worked with cost data on pallet manufacturing, producing information of use to the Wood Products Industry of Missouri. Dave Kutilek, working with Jack Boone, Electrical Engineering, designed and constructed a solar monitoring system to be mounted on the roof of the Engineering Research Laboratory to produce continuous measurement of available solar energy. Tom Wykoff working under Dr. Erwin Epstein , Social Sciences, assisting in the setting up of a state-wide Social Sciences ~tu4ent Symposium. Philip Hensley and Ann Emmett worked with Dr. Carol Ann Smith in the development of bibliographical information in the area of Technology and Value . Results included appropriate expansion of Library holdings in this area and development of background information for a new Social Science course offering. Mark Blaser worked with Dr. Tom O'Keefe , Metallurgical Engineering, on the use of manganese in the purification of chemical solutions . His preliminary Mr. M. Hanshaw, working under Dr. work was directly responsible for a J. L. Zakin, Chemical Engineering, $15,000 industrial grant to UMR for continuation of this work. (See on made measurements to characterize a facing page letter report from Dr. number of polymers used as additives in O'Keefe.) jet cutting studies in cooperation with Jim Ott worked under Dr. Ron the Rock Mechanics Research Center. Howell , Mechanical Engineering, in the Results will be included as part of a final development and application of a paper to be presented to the Third complex computer prografll for the I nternational Symposium on Jet Cutting energy requirement in providing suitTechnology. able environment in buildings . This has Raphael Jauregui-Arias, working resulted in the generation of many under Dr. Tom Van Doren, Electrical sample cases of heating, ventilation and Engineering, assisted in the design of a air conditioning systems energy requirewater electrolysis cell for use on a solar ments to be used in both classroom energy conversion research project. His teaching and short courses. Energy experimental results have been used in conservation studies made possible the preparation of a proposal for solar through the use of the program will be pubJished as technical papers. energy research. In May of 1972 the Board of Directors of the MSM-UMR Alumni Association adopted a new program which had been proposed by the Committee on Financial Aid. The title, Educational Assistant Program, helped to convey the purpose which was to provide students with opportunities to work on educational projects of mutual benefit to the university and the participant. All projects were to be of educational value to the student, they were to accomplish tasks which could not be financed with state funds and all required faculty supervision. Need, as it is used in the federally funded work-study program, was excluded as a factor for it was the overwhelming sentiment of the Board that students should not be denied an opportunity to work on campus because of the financial standing of parents. The project began in the fall of 1972 with a budget of $2 ,000. Since then, many worthwhile projects have been completed and the program has had such wide acceptance that the Board has increased the budget so that in 1974-75 it was $6 ,000. Bob Wolf has p repared a digest of some program reports which follows.

Marvin Shimp, working under Dr. Howell, Mechanical Engineering, obtained experimental data which allows the calcu lation of the heat and moisture transfer through air curtains. Information from the project has been used in classroom presentations and has appeared in a published technical paper. Jeff Bopp and Kerry Hay worked under Dr. Art Morris, Metallurgical Engineering, on the preparation of ''Materials Curiosity Kits" for distribution to high school students throughout the midwest. Such kits have played an important role in interesting students in attending UMR . Jeff Lux, working under Dr. Dave Barr, Geological Engineering, rebuilt and put into operation two pieces of equipment which enhance the educational value of the department 's remote sensing laboratory. An evaluation was also made of the use of this instrumentation for teaching and research related to strip mine reclamation data collection. Ben Smith, Larry Gueval and Robert Gaebler worked under Ralph Lee, Director of the Computer Center, in providing maintenance, computer service and programming assistance that would not have been possible within the regular Computer Center budget. Bob Fleischman, working under Dr. Don Askeland, Metallurgical Engineering, assisted in the preparation and instruction of a new course, ''Metals Processing in Art" which has been a valuable new addition to the campus educational offerings. Many of you who sought work in Rolla while attending school will appreciate this opportunity your gifts to the Annual Alumni Fund have opened to students to accomplish worthwhile tasks which not only bring them funds but satisfaction as an educational experience.

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LIKE TO HAVE THE MSM ALUMNUS EVERY OTHER MONTH? IT'S EASY, USE THE FORM ON THE BACK COVER TO FORWARD YOUR GIFT TO THE 1976 ANNUAL ALUMNI FUND. IF YOU DON'T HAVE THE 1975 DIRECTORY, IT WILL BE SENT AS SOON AS YOUR GIFT IS RECEIVED.

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Job Opportunities For info rm a ti o n con cerning pos iti ons li sted belo w, pl ease co nt a t Mr. Larry Nu ss, D irector of Indu st ria l Rela tions, UMR, Roll a, Mi ssouri 6540 1, g iving Fil e Numb e r of the pos iti o n, state your degree, d isc ip line a nd month and year of yo ur graduat ion . R ega rding the listings that follow, durin g: times of hig h activity In the empl oy m e nt m a rk e t, ' some pos iti ons will be fill ed befor e they are pub li shed . The P laceme nt Office will make a searc h fo r simil ar positi o ns that may be open if you e nclose yo ur resume with your inquiry .

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BS, Mining, plant engineer, open pit operat ion . 688 BS, MS, PhD, C hern Eng, C hem istry, a ll levels of experie nce, midwest. 689 Agency, can place en ergy orient ed engi n eers, all levels. 690 BS, Mining, W estern US, Coal, surface a nd underground . 69 1 BS, most disciplines, coal, labs, mines, surface and underground . 692 New Plant, big company , upper mid south , all disciplines, training in th e east. 693 Phd, ME for R&D manager, midwest, several years supervisory and industrial ex perien ce. 694 State University, minera ls dressing research , must be d egreed. 695 Bachelo rs with a MBA or MS Eng Mgt, for corporate headq u arters, m ember staff team for special projec ts. Agency. 696 Corporate R&D center, multidisciplinary, a ll chemistry specia liza tions , MS or PhD. 697 BS , Me t Eng, 2-5 years Arc Melting, foundry , south. 698 P la nner II or III , land use p lanning, coordinate Section 208 Wate r Quality and HUD 701 p lanning staff. 699 Big compa ny, adva n ced degree people as well as entry level, computer and digital types , EE, M a th -Computer Science th ru the PhD. 7UU BS or MS , most disciplines, upper midwest for three month e ngineerIng management training program leading to various assignments .

M et. E ng. , St. Lou is metro, physica l m eta llu rgy, ad vancement potential. BS, EE, 5 years exper ie nce, trans mitter d es ign , upper m idwest. BS, M E-CE, 2-5 years p la nt e ng in ee ring , upper midwest. BS, C he m Eng, ME, CE a nd C hem istry , research e nginee r or scie ntist , m etro KC, fert ilizer m a nufact urer . BS, Met E ng, 1-2 years, OC stress a nd physi ca l meta llu rgy. BS , M E , natura l gas business , midwest. A ll discip li nes, all levels of experience , eastern age n cy . BS , C hem Eng/ C hemistry, lab and sa les positions, midwest. M e t Eng, a ll degree leve ls, a ll expe rI ence levels, far west and 701 C hi cago area . National a n d Internationa l, all d isc ip lines , construct ion company 702 with a b illi on dollar ba cklog. O il company , midwest, most dis c ip lin e s , many Ch e mistry Chem Eng, require adva nced 703 d egree . C hern E ng, top level, sou thern location, wood, paper and p ul p experi en ce, second level , Chern 704 Eng, ME , EE , high temp chern. BS , engineering, registration, Illinoi s or Missouri, 5 years, plant 705 facility m a inte n a nce . BS , Ceramic, design, gl ass fur naces and trouble shooting, mid- 706 west a nd n ort heast.

Industri al engineering type, plant o peration dynamics, midwest. C ivil / San ita ry , project managers, midwest, roadway design and storm drainage a nd process design for treatment plants. Coa l, preparation engineer and mInmg engineer , plants and m ines, client consulta tion. BS , ME and C hern Eng a nd MS, ME, midwest, chemical manufac turer. BS, EE , electro nics, comm unications service, government. Agency, active list most discip lin es, mid to southwest.

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NOTICE The Alumni Association through the Awards program recognizes individuals with honors appropriate to achievement, service and merit. The Awards Committee solicits suggestions of alumni and faculty and friends of the university who shou ld be considered for such honors. Please send names with supporting information to the alumni office. All names previously suggested are maintained in the active fi~e. An Award, presented at Homecoming, is not normally made to any member of a Reunion Class and honorees who are in that category are carried forward to a non-reunion year .

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Alumni Personals 1 9 1 1 Frank Townsend, Bartlesville, Invoker par excellence , celebrated his 90th birthday on August 28, 1975 . Frank , who has attended all recent Homecomings is planning to be here again October 17-18. We hope to preva il and have him give the banquet invocation as he has in the past.

1 9 1 2 The Alumni Office has been notified of the death of Paul Ephraim "Pat" Coaske on June on June 28 , 1975 , in San Diego County , California, at the age of 89 years. He is survived by his widow, Sara K. Coaske.

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Marion S. Badollet, of Norwood Gardens , Plainfield, NJ, recently forYours truly, . warded to the alumni office an autographed copy of his new book, Asb estos, A Remarkable Mineral Fiber. Sue (Terry) Kostura Mr. Badollet , retired consultant to the Fairleigh Dickinson University Health P.S . Let 's hear from the Psychology Class of '71 and '72 . Research Institute in Madison, New J ersey , made the gift to the UMR Editor 's Not e: Th is lett er, which sp eaks for itself, is print ed with th e permission library , ,where it will be available for of th e author. student and faculty use . In addition to the technical information contained in the book , there is an extremely interesting sketch of the history of asbestos. Gilbert Frank Metz , 86 , husband of Sarah Conlon Metz , 816 Cyprus Road , 1 924 Vero Beach, Florida , died, Wednesday, Professor Emeritus J. Lewis Andrews , July 30, 1975. P .O. Box 96, Oxly, MO, is keeping well Mr. Metz, formerly of Farquhar and active at his home this summer. He Estates, York , Pa. , was the son of the spent last winter on the water at St. late Otto Albert and Minnie Krieger Petersburg , FL. Prof. Andrews tells us , Metz. From 1922 to 1956, he was '1 'm looking forward to seeing my many Eastern District Sales Manager of the friends at the Homecoming this fall. " former Hardinge Co., Inc . .. presently the Hardinge Operations of Koppers 1 929 Co. , Inc. Mr. Metz was a licensed The Alumni Office has bee n notified professional engineer and a member of of the d eath of Agnes Cecelia Nawn of American Legion Post No. 137. He was Rolla , MO , inJune 1975. an elder of the First Presbyterian As of September 2 , 1975 , Henry D. Church, Vero Beach. He was also a Monsch will be living at 340 W. member of American Institute of Avenida De Lumbre, Green Valley, AZ. Mining and Metallurgical Engineers , Henry says , 'Try itl You 11 like itl board member and past secretaryEspecially in winter. " Henry is looking treasurer of the Indian. River Tax forward to an opportunity to show any Association; he belonged to Vero Beach '29 classmates the beauties of Arizona . Gil M etz '14 Country Club. 930 The Rev. Lerold W. Chase , pastor of Surviving also are a son , Gilbert F . Metz,Jr., Vero Beach ; two daughters , First Presbyterian Church , of York , A Reunion Class Mrs . Lillian Robinson, Mountain , Ga. ; officiated at the funeral services and the Ruby Eliza Hell Hill has been Mrs. Maryjane Peterson, San Jose , remains were flown to York, Pennsyl- reported as deceased, year of death , vania, for memorial services and burial. 1973. California and five grandchildren.

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1 932 Russ Wiethop, who retired from the U. S. Corps of Engineers in 1968 after 36 years of federal service, mostly in the Omaha District , was recently honored by being selected to join the District's ''Ga llery of Distinguished Employees. " Periodically the district selects and inducts a former employee whose work and other accomplishments while active in the district were considered a~ outstanding. In the forty-one year history of the district only eighteen former employees have been selected for this honor. Russ devoted the major part of his professional career with the Corps to Water Resources Development and Flood Control planning in the Missouri River Basin. He also served four years as a Corps of Engineers Officer in WW II both stateside and overseas. He was active in the Army Reserves until his retirement as a Lieut. Col. in 1971. 1 933

The Alumni Office has been notified of the death of Robert Henry Latham in April, 1973. 1 934 Gilbert Lewis Krattler, 67, 103 Pleasant Road , Oak Ridge, TN, died at his home July 26, 1975 , of a heart attack. Born in Missouri, he had lived in Oak Ridge since 1945 and had worked for the Atomic Energy Commission engineering branch until his retirement in 1974 . He was a widower and is survived by two daughters and a granddaughter. LeRoy H. Jackson, of 500 Delaware Ave.; Oak Ridge, TN, continues to work as a consultant to Union Carbide Corp. - Nuclear Division and has been averaging about three days each week since last August. He now has his P.E . Registration in the State of Tennessee.

1 935 A Reunion Class William W. Kay , PE, consulting mining engineer , has become a principal of Earth Resources G r 0 u p, Washington, D.C., a consulting group of senior mining engineers, fossil fuels, and other resources specialists a nd market analysts. Mr. Kay'S home address is The Highlands, Drums, PA .

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H. F . Michel, chief of engineering of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Ohio River Division, retired July 31 after 39 years of federal service with the Corps. Mr. Michel moved to Ohio in 1969 from Philadelphia, PA, where he was chief of engineering for the Corps' Philadelphia District. In 1973 he was named Engineer of the Year in Government by the Technical and Scientific Societies of Cincinnati. During his career Mr. Michel worked on some of the Corps' largest construction projects. He was chief of engineering during construction of Garrison Dam in North Dakota and the completion of the powerhouse at Fort Peck Dam in Montana . Earlier he worked on Dennison Dam ( Lake Texoma) in Oklahoma. Mr. Michel was in charge of engineering for emergency construction after a 1959 earthquake toppled a mountain top into the Madison River in Montana forming Quake Lake. The disaster, which buried several families camping near the river, necessitated construction of a spillway to control the newly formed lake which threatened the downstream area with devastating flooding . A 1936 honor graduate of the Missouri School of Mines, Mr. Michel is a member of the American Society of C ivil Engineers, National Society of Professional Engineers, Ohio Academy of Science, United States Committee on Large Dams, and the Society of American Military Engineers. He was awarded the MSM-UMR A I u m n i Achievement Award in 1973. He and his wife, the former Edna Theurer, plan to remain in the Cincinnati area. Their home is at 8100 Lancewood Court, Kenwood.

Miles E. Tyrrell, 60, a supervisory ceramic engineer with the Ceramic Research Program at the Tuscaloosa Metallurgy Research Lab of the U.S. Bureau of Mines, died April 29, 1975, following a short illness. Mr. Tyrrell was an authority in the science of evaluating and using both raw and waste ceramic materials. He served as a member of ASTM Subcommittee E38.6 on material of construction from other recovered materials. He was author or co-author of some 25 technical publications. Mr. Tyrrell is survived by his widow and three children. His home address was 34 Biscayne Hills; Northport, AL. Ross R. Carrolla, of 5934 Paseo, Kansas City, MO, is a project engineer with Bechtel Corp. He has been on projects in Liberia , Arabia, Sumatra , Tunisia , Libya, Abu Dhabi, India , Italy, Australia, Bouganville, Brazil, and Alaska. He will be going back to Arabia on a seawater treatment project before the end of the year.

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Paul F . Ross , of 3101 Braddock St. , Kettering, Ohio has retired from the USAF but is now working as a civilian at W.P. AFB in Dayton. His title is Development Systems Manager and he works as A-37B program manager acquiring the A-37 attack aircraft for foreign military sales to various countries in South America, the Mid and Far East. Eugene L. Olcott is a self-employed materials consultant. He has relocated to Box 16, Route 1, Shepherdstown, WV, where he operates a 240 acre beef ranch in his spare time. 194 1

Wayne J. Bennetsen and his family are back in St. Louis after 1 ~ years in Cincinnati. They enjoyed Ohio but St. Louis is home. Their address is 1542 Mason Valley Road. Wayne is President of White-Rodgers.

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Norman R. ''Bob'' Underhill, of 1933 Karlin Place, St. Louis, MO, has been elected president of the Concrete Council of St. Louis for 1975-76 . Mr. Underhill is active in the concrete fo rming industry in Missouri and is president of the Bennett Concrete Products Company with offices in St. Louis and Kansas City. His firm ma nufactures precast concrete products and designs concrete forming systems. We have been notified of the death of Fred Kibler, August 31, 1975 in Houston, TX. He had been in the hospital about six months with cancer. He was a senior 'petroleum engineer with Ashland Oil, in Houston . The Alumni Office has been notified of the sudden death of Louis Henry Lohman onJuly 28 , 1975, by his widow , Mrs . Annabelle Lohman, of the family home in Berkeley Springs, WV. Donations to the Alumni Scholarship Fund in memory of Mr. Lohman were made by Mr. and Mrs. Bob Wooldridge and Mr. and Mrs . Harvey Kinese of Hancock, MD Mr. and Mrs. Donald Schaeffer, Tak'oma Park, MD and by Glenmary Homes, Inc . of McConnellsburg, PA.

1 9 .4 .4 John W . Sjoberg, of Old Oak Road, Mickleton, NJ, is senior materials engineer for Mobil Research and Development Corp., in Paulsboro, NJ. John is president of the local Republican Club and a bachelor with an active interest in the "better things in life." MSM Alumnus

J . Russell Snowden was honored at an Academic Convocation at the Golden Jubilee celebration of the Speed Scientific School at the University of Louisville in Louisville, Kentucky, on April 19. Tau Beta Pi and the Alumni Association of the University of Louisville named Professor Snowden as the outstanding teacher in the Professional School of Engineering. This is the first outstanding teacher award ever given in the 50 year history of the engineering school. Professor Snowden was a member of the faculty of the University of Illinois for five years and has been a member of the Civil Engineering faculty at the University of Louisville for 23 years. Professor Snowden is married to the former Betty Jo Butler of Rolla. Their son, David, graduated with a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering at the Speed Scientific School, University of Louisville, on May 11 . They also have a daughter, Diane. The family residence is 3314 Furman Blvd., Louisville, KY. f

1 9 .4 8 -- Lyle M. "Oley" Olsen assumed duties as director of the Quality Assurance Department of the Naval Weapons Support Center in Crane, Ind., on July 21 , 1975. Olsen began his career at Crane on July 5, 1960, as a mechanical engineer. A native of Wittenberg, Wis., Olsen resides at III Sycamore St., Loogootee, IN, with his wife, Florence, a teacher in the Loogootee schools. They have two daughters, Linnea, who is employed in Indianapolis; and Martha, a freshman at ISU; and two sons, Kenneth, a senior at ISU; and J ohn, an ISU graduate student. Lem N. Gager, of 49 Patten Street, Sale, Victoria, Australia, is senior construction engineering supervisor for Esso Eastern, Inc. His present assignment is with the fabrication, launching, and erection of the mackerel and tuna platforms in the Bass Strait. M . A . Hagan and his wife, Dolores, of 6961 Crest Road, Rancho Palos Verdes, CA, are very proud of their three children. Daughter Lorie is a sophomore at CAL POLY, San Luis Obispo. She was Greek Week Queen. Son Kent entered Arizona State in August. Son Brian will enter the 2nd grade this falL

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Henry G . Bixby, 11 Ashwood Drive, Vienna, W . Va., has resigned as manager of the A. B. Chance Co . 's Parkersburg plant to join Conductores Monterrey S. A. in Monterrey, Mexico, as vice president and general manager of ceramic operations. Bixby said he plans to leave Parkersburg in early August to assume his new position in Mexico. Conductors Monterrey S. A. manufacturers wire, cable, transformers and other products for the electrical industry. His initial responsibility will be to organize a new ceramics division and direct construction of a manufacturing plant near Monterrey. Bixby has been active in civic organizations since moving to Parkersburg in early 1965. He and his wife Jean have one daughter, Barbara, who is married and living in Linz, Austria, and a son, James, at home.

1 9 .4 9 Roy C. McDowell recently changed jobs and moved to St. Cloud from Kansas City. He had been manager of engineering for Trailmobile Div. of Pullman's Kansas City Tank Plant. He is now manager of engineering for the Polar Mfg. Company's Polar Tank Division in Holdingford . Mr. McDowell's home address is 1242 North 7th Ave.; St. Cloud, MN. Charles J. Ross, of Chesterfield, MO, has started his own manufacturers representatives agency serving the mechanization and automation fields . His mailing address is P.O . Box 213 , Chesterfield.

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Stanley R. Scales, of 410 Axilda, Houston, TX, has been promoted to chief metallurgist for Hughes Tool Co. Mr. Scales has 24 years of experience associated with the metallurgical aspects of Hughes Tool products. Donald L. Honerkamp, of 1932 Overlook Road, Fullerton, CA, has just completed his 25th year with Atlantic Richfield Co. He is a planning consultant in the Corporate Planning Division of their Los Angeles Branch. Carl G. East is vice-president of marketing for Logan Co., Division of A-T-O. He was recently transferred from Milwaukee to Louisville. Carl has one son, married, age 22, student at Milwaukee School of Engineering; one son engaged, age 20 , Milwaukee Technical College; one son, 17, high school senior, Louisville; and one daughter, 15 , high school sophmore, Louisville. All are in care of his wife, Ann, who along with two dogs, one cat, and three kittens , are settled in their New Kentucky Home, 6946 Wythe Hill Circle, Prospect, KY. The Alumni Office has been notified of the death of Charles J. Reed on July 14, 1975, as a result of a heart attack. Norman and Jeannette Schneider have been living in Norway three years and are enjoying the beautiful country. Norman is working on the Ekofisk North Sea project for Phillips Petroleum and is installing the world 's highest pressure compressors for reinjecting gas back into the oil formation for conservation and increased oil recovery . He is planning to attend Homecoming this year for his 25th Class Reunion. Their mailing address is R agbakken 52B, 4040 Madia, Norway. The Alumni Office has been notified of the dea th of Irwin H. Stohldrier on December 3, 1974.

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The Alumni Office has been notified that Joe Randle died in 1969 . His wife and sons reside in Costa Mesa, CA.

The Alumni Office has been notified of the death of William Justin Kroll in 1973. Royce M. Scott has recently been appointed plant manager of Monsanto 's Nitro, W. Va ., plant which produces plasticizers, rubber and paper chemicals. Mr. Scott, formerly general manufacturing superintendent at the Nitro plant, joined Monsanto in 1958. After holding a variety of engineering assignments at the company's plants in St. Louis, he transferred to the Nitro location in 1968 . His home address is 2320 S. Walnut Dr., St. Albans, W. Va.

1 9 5 1 Robert C . Slankard, of 307 Washington St. ; London, KY, is a planning/ transmission engineer for Kentucky Telephone Co. He is responsible for budgets , planning and transmission requirements for KY / TN Eastern District outside plant engineering and construction. Kentucky Telephone is a member of the Continental Telephone System . 1 952 Jerry S. Klobe joined Union Carbide Corporation June 2, 1952 . He served two years with the Army beginning January 1955 and in 1957 returned to UCC in Oak Ridge, TN. On June 18, 1960, Jerry married LaWanda Estes. They have two children, Mary, born December 18 , 1963; and Michael, born March 30, 1965. The family residence is 106 Brockton Lane, Oak Ridge, TN . jerry's current position with UCC is as an engineering specialist , project engineer Cascade Uprating Process.

1 959 Myron P. Hughes is a group engineer with General Dynamics. He and his ex-stewardess wife , Nancy, have four children , Scott 14, Matt 12, Michelle 11 , and Brian 9. The family home is 6928 Winifred Dr.; Forth Worth, TX . Mr. Hughes said, '1 'm restoring a '57 Chevy. Nancy won't ride in it. Says it makes her feel like the Beverly HillBillies. " Wonder how the children feel about it? What is the legal driving age in Texas? 1 960 A Reunion Class

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Sam Barco, of 209 Kinnaird Lane , Louisville , KY, is project engineer/ factory engineering for Brown & Williamson Tobacco Corp. He was A.I.Ch .E. Louisville Section Secretary in 1974 and is Scoutmaster for Troop 331. 1 956 The James R. Becker family (wife Nancy and four children) spent a week in June camping on Padre Island . They enjoyed the sun and surf of the Gulf of Mexico. Mr. Becker is Chief Development Engineer for Cameron Iron Works, Inc. The family residence is 15710 Congo Lane, Houston, TX .

Harold E. Atwell , P.O . Box 935, Rolla, MO, opened his roof truss fabrication plant (BCI Corp) in 1972 . Before that he had worked for McDonnell Douglas. BCI is now three years young and at the current stage is having growing pains. They have 23 employees .

Glenn W. King, of 56 Huntington Drive, West Hartford, CT, is the non-ferrous manager for Suisman & Blumenthal, Inc. Suisman is the largest scrap metal processor in the state. Ben and Pat Kwan have two daughters, Jennifer is 5 and Jody is 2 Y.! . They have just moved to the greater Kansas City area (5907 Pflumm Rd., Shawnee Mission, KS). Ben is employed as the superintendent of production for the Water District No. 1 of Johnson County. James A . Reed , of 812 Shoshoni Drive , Jonesboro, AR, has been elected president of the East Arkansas Chapter of the Arkansas Society of Professional Engineers for 1975-76 . He served as secretaryltreasurer in 1974-75 . Mr. Reed works as assistant manager of the Jonesboro City, Water and Light facility .

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Richard B. Spieldoch accepted the position of project manager for Glanz & Killian Co., a mechanical contracting firm in Dearborn, MI, in December 1974. He and his wife, Kay, are now making their home at 605 N . Gulley, Dearborn Heights , MI . Nei l Ed Smith, P.O. Box 1544 , LaPorte , TX, was elected president of Smith Engineering Co., general c~n­ tractors and engineers who provide design and construction services in the Houston and gulf coast areas. Lt. Col. Richard I. Boe has been with the Army for 20 years. He is presently working on a doctorate in geography with emphasis on costal environments at the University of Florida. His home address is 1300 NW 31 st St.; Gainesville, FL.

Michael W. Bowman h as been in the Virgin Islands six years, where he is manager of all new refinery construction for Hess Oil Virgin Islands Corp. His home mailing address is Kingshill P.O. Box 127 , St. Croix, USVI 00850. Mike, his wife Nancy and their children, Michelle ( 11) and Brent (9) will be vacationing in Springfield, MO, during August this year. Lyle D. Johnson was recently promoted to Chief of Operations and transferred to the Prineville District of the U.S. Dept. of the Interior Bureau of Land Management. His new home address is 1260 SE 7th St., Prineville, OR.

Mr. and Mrs. James H. Yost, of 320 Claremount Dr., Lower Burrell, PA, have three children, Chad, age 11; Elizabeth, age 10; and Sarah, age 7. Mr. Yost is production superintendent in PPG Industries' Creighton plant. Ralph E. Shields, Jr., Assistant P: ofessor at Ferris State College, has been selected as Outstanding Teacher of the Year of the Construction Department. Prof. Shields' .home .address is 121 N. Stewart; Big Rapids , MI.

1 964 C. Harvey Bauman, of 4009 N. Glade, Bethany, OK, has been promoted to assistant chief engineer, planning and economics, for Cities Service Gas Company's engineering division in Oklahoma City. A native of Tuscumbia, MO, Bauman joined the natural gas transmission company in 1964 and worked as a field engineer before promotion to the headquarters office as an engineer.

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U.S. Air Force Major Hugh A. Langsford has graduated from the Armed Forces Staff College at Norfolk, V A. He is being assigned to Los Angeles Air Force Station, CA . , where he will serve as a space program management officer with the Space and Missiles Systems Organization. The Major was commissioned in 1961 through the aviation cadet program and holds the aeronautical rating of senior pilot. We do not have a current mailing address for Major Langford and his wife, Janet.

1 9 6 4 (Cont.) John D. Million, of 1912 Teresita Lane , Newport Beach, CA, is district sales manager for Ferro Corp. of Los Angeles. John was married in 1969 and has one daughter 31;2 years old. Albert T. Myers is presently in Lagos, Nigeria, completing the building of a bridge which he designed for Sverdrup & Parcel Assoc., Inc. He was made honorary chief of one of the African tribes recently. The Myers family (includes two girls 16 & 13 and one boy 6) is still living at 2609 Eltarose Dr. in St. Louis, MO. 1 965 A Reunion Class G. J. Roe was co-author of a paper printed in the June 1975 issue of the Journal of Metals. It was titled 'Control-rolled high-strength low-alloy plate steel. "Dr. Roe is an engineer in the Product Metallurgy Section of Bethlehem Steel's Homer Research Laboratories. He has three degrees from UMR . k' Tsang-Chi Huang is now wor mg on his Ph.D. in applied math at Kansas State after serving many years for private industries. His Manhattan, KS. address is H-31 Jardine Terrace . Daniel B. Miller has been appointed division chairperson of the physical science department at Forest Park Community College. Miller received both his B.S. and his M.S. from MSMUMR. He served as a Ford Teaching Intern at Forest Park in 1968 and became an assistant professor of mechanical engineering technology in 1969. His home address is 716 Hanley Ind. Court, Olivette . D . Franklin and Norma Giger'S daughter , Julie , was born in Sydney , Australia, while Frank wo rked as a plant engineer for Lindeman's Wines. (He was also a wine taster after 5: 00 p.m.) The G iger family now lives in Mexico , MO , at 902 E. Love. Frank reports, "Some people say we live on love now that I am self employed and Norma works at Audrain Medical Center in O.B." Ronald and Carol Umphrey and their son, Clinton Howard, age 3, have moved into a new home at 212 N. 13th, Ponca City, OK, and are anxiously awaiting the arrival of their adopted baby daughter , Lorna Soonhee of Korea , not yet age 1. Ron is a research group leader with Continental Oil Co.

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1 9 6 5 (Cont.) Richard J. Olson has been awarded the Joint Service Commendation Medal for his part in operation ''King Grain" - the massive airlift of foodstuffs into remote areas of West Africa last year. Captain Olson, a pilot at Dyess AFB, Tex .. is with the 463rd Tactical Airlift Wing whose C-130 Hercules crews delivered thousands of tons of grain, sorghum and diesel fuel to the droughtstricken areas, often facing temperatures as high as 140 degrees and constantly blowing sand. Captain Olson is a native of Webster Groves, MO _ His wife is the former Beverly Wison of Big Spring, Tex. The couple is presently living at 4118 Richmond, Abilene. TX.

1 966 James J. Schlosser served two years in the Army Engineers after his graduation. One year he was in Korea as Aide-de-Camp to Brigadeer General T . J. Camp , Jr. of the 7th Infrantry Div. From 1968-1973 Mr. Schlosser worked as a manufacturing chemist and production manager for Amex Corp, in Burlingame, CA. He then joined Lika Corp. in Santa Clara as corporate process engineer. The Company manu factured printed circuit boards in five California plants. In April 1975, Mr. Schlosser joined Printed Circuits International, Pvt. Ltd. as manufacturing consultant in their Singapore facility. He is now residing in Singapore with his wife , Kathy , from Liverpool, England. The couple is expecting their first child in November. Their mailing address is 6 Sunset Crescent , Singapore 21. James Shiells, P .O. Box 205, Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD. received his Master's Degree in Computer Aided Design -Engineering from the University of Michigan at Ann Arbor in May . Mr. Shiells is a physicist with the U.S. Government.

JOIN THE Clark Marks '65 Clark Marks, of 3094 Washington Boulevard, Belpre. Ohio, has been promoted to Factory Manager of A. B. Chance Company's porcelain insulator plant in Parkersburg. Marks came to the Parkersburg plant 10 years ago as a ceramic engineer. He advanced to senior ceramic engineer and chief ceramic engineer, then was promoted last year to engineering manager with responsibility for design engineering, plant engineering and ceramic engineering_ In his new position, Marks will represent A. B. Chance Company on the technical committee of the National Electrical Manufacturers Association high-voltage insulator section _ He will also serve as corporate representative to the American Ceramic Society. Marks is an active member of the Parkersburg Lions Club. He and his wife Alverna have two children.

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1 9 6 7 (Cont.) Dr. and Mrs_ Edwin Kettenbrink ( '67 & '69) have recently moved to 417 S_

Santa Fe, Bartlesville, OK, where Ed has taken an exploration geology position with Phillips Petroleum. He had been a geology professor at the University of Texas-Permian Basin, in Odessa , TX, for the past two years. Mrs _ Kettenbrink is the former Gail Davidge '67. Wade Auld is now in Anchorage, Alaska as a project engineer with Gulf Interstate Engineering Co. His job is to provide technical advice to the U .S_ Dept. of Interior, Alaskan Pipeline Office. Federal Surveillance team on the construction of the Trans-Alaskan Pipeline. His mailing address is SRA Box 31-H. Kenneth and Frances Bollinger, of 92 South Franklin, Chagrin Falls, OH, celebrated their third wedding anniversary this August. Ken is a product supervisor with the Rubber Chemicals Division of Monsanto and Frances teaches in the Cleveland Public School System. Capt. & Mrs. Al Ponnwitz and son Aric (4) and daughter Jeannette (2) have moved to QTS C-5 MCB Quajtico, VA. Al is currently serving with the Marine Corps Presidential Support Squadron, HMX-I MCAS , Quajtico.

CENTURY CLUB 1 968 Elton E . Combs and his wife, Oonna, and their daughter, Tricia age 7 years, are living at 909 S. 11th Ave. W; 196 7 Larry W. Scott has accepted a Newton, IA _ Donna is a registered nurse transfer to Miami, FL. He is a civil working at Skiff Hospital. Elton is a engineer/ airport planner for Burns & methods engineer for May tag. His job is McDonnell Engr. Co_ His new address is in overhead and floor conveyor design 8791 SW 86th St. ; Miami, FL. Mr. and installation. He has derived a Scott has been with Burns & McDonnell calculator program for overhead con veyor chain pull and is pursuing an since leaving active duty. Thomas C. Ward, of 113 E. College , MBA at Drake with evening courses. Aurora, MO , has recently founded his William T . 'Tom" Bousman, Jr. . own engineering and research corpora- says there's nothing new to report. Even tion, Ward Engineering & Research Co. though his job title has changed, Inc.. in Aurora. The corporation is (system development supervisor) the operated for the purpose of designing job itself is unchanged and he still machinery and processing/ production enjoys his work with Southwestern Bell equipment for several southwest manu - tremendously_ The fa mily is still living facturing companies_ Prior to this Mr. at 8630 Del Vista Dr., Crestwood , MO_ Ward was president of a 1.5 million They recently visited with Don Joggerst dollar metal stamping corporation in '68 and family and had an enjoyable Springfield, MO_ time with them . August 1975

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1 9 6 8 (Cont.) Gary and Charlotte Isaak, of Box 342 , Maryville, IL, announce the birth of twins, Jeffrey Alan and Jennifer Marie , born May 31, 1975. They join a brother, Brian (6 yrs) and a sister, Laurie ( 4) yrs.) Gary is staff electrical engineer, Brass Expansion, Olin Corp. Brass Group in East Alton, IL. Richard F. Rankin, of 3919 74th St., Des Moines, lA, marked his third year with the Department of Environmental Quality with a promotion to Chief of Surveillance and Compliance Section of the Water Quality Management Division. March 11, 1975, is a very special day because it is the birthday of Amy Ranae, baby sister to Penny Kae 6 ~. Since their arrival in Iowa, Sandy has not only successfully combined being a mother and wife, but has managed to include graduation from Drake University with a B.S. in Education.

196 9 James O. Delaney was reassigned 111/75 to Dayton , OH, as a project engineer on a high rise building. Mr. and Mrs. Delaney have one child, 15 months old. The home address is 201 Olive Rd . , Trotwood, OH. Gene A. Pahlmann was released from active duty from the U .S. Army October 1974, with the rank of 1 Lt. (P). Decorations included National Defense Ribbon, Army Commendation Medal, Vietnam Service Medal, Vietnam Campaign Medal, 3 expert marksmanship badges. He has accepted a GS 12 industrial engineer position with the Comptroller'S Office, H.Q. U.S. Army Armament Command , Rock Island, IL. Pa~lmann and his wife reside at Rural I}oute 1, Box 23, Eldridge, IA. Timothy F. and Yvonne Kozack announce the birth of their first child, bisa Ann, born January 11, 1975. The family resides at 3255 Darlington Oak Dr. , Doraville, GA . Tim was promoted from staff engineer to assistant chief engineer in December 1974, at the V.A . Hospital in Atlanta . In 1972 Charles P. Etling married the former Gloria Mary Dimartino of Affton, Mo. Their daughter, Jennifer Marie, was born in June , 1975 . The family residence is 9334 Fredrick Court , Rock Hill, MO. Mr. Etling is assistant project manager for Bendy Engineering Company in Earth City, MO.

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1 9 6 9 (Cont.) Elmer W. Hill was recently promoted from senior industrial engineer of portable & twistar compressor product lines to manager of assembly methods and test of all compressor product lines for Joy Manufacturing Co. of Michigan City, IN. He started at Joy in July of 1972 as industrial engineer-portable compressor. Mr. and Mrs. Hill reside at 0123 N 400 W, LaPorte, IN, with their three children, Scott 6, Geoff 5, and Melissa 9 mos. Bill '69 and Suzanne '68 Farrar announce the arrival of Brian Chad, born April 4 , 1975. This is their first child. The family home is at 1010 Washington Blvd.; Abilene, TX. Bill is a senior petroleum engineer with Texas pacific Oil Co.

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Byron H. Taylor III has been working for Arabian American Oil Company (ARAMCO) since May, 1974. He is now living and working in Dhahran, Saudi Arabi , as a facilities planning engineer. He was formerly with Northern Natural Gas Co . in Omaha , NE . Mr. Taylor'S mailing address is c/o Aramco, P .O . Box 887, Dhahran, Saudi Arabia. He informs us that air mail from the U.S. reaches him in about 7 days, while surface mail takes about 4-6 months. Jimmy and Nancy Schottel have a 7 lb. 1 oz. daughter, Jennifer Dayle, born July 15, 1975 . Mr. Schottel is a nuclear engineer with the Public Service Company of Oklahoma. The family address is Route 3, Box 134A, Bixby, OK. Stephen J. Schwedt, of 98 Greens Drive, Wescosville, PA, tells us that Erica's brother Todd was born June 17, 1975 . Mr. Schwedt is a technical analyst with Air Products & Chemicals Inc. 10 Allentown, PA. David Simon, R .R. 4, Ottawa, IL, was recently promoted to assistant department head of Glad Wrap Production Div . of Union Carbide . Michel Chourain, of 36 Allee de Regy , Clichy Sous Bois, France, has been temporarily assigned to Germany for CDF-CHIMIE and should be back in Paris in a year.

1 9 7 1 (Cont.) James O. Bondi completed the Army Ordinance Officer Basic Course at Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD, on August 22, 1975. In September he moved to 27 E. Central Ave.; Paoli, PA, where he joined Burroughs Corp . as a Senior Engineer in their Advanced Development Organization. Emil J. Teisa, project engineer at Consolidated Coal Company's Hillsboro Mine in Coffeen, IL , has been promoted to assistant superintendent of that mine. Teisa joined Consol in 1971 as an assistant belt foreman. We have his home address listed as 306 N. Kentucky St., Benld, IL. David W . Bondurant assumed his posItIon as project engineer with Robertshaw Controls on March 1, 1975. He is currently developing microprocessor- based control systems and data communications networks . His address is 8543 Aldeburgh St.; Richmond, VA. Robert and Carla Gregory have 4-year old Pamela Kay and 10 month old Brian Michael and are expecting an addition to the family in late September. They are enjoying the beautiful sun and beach at Naples , FL. Their home address is 1953 45th St. Terrace. Rob is a building industry consultant for the Southern District of United Telephone Co . of Florida. He is preparing for his P.E . test scheduled for November. Purushottam G. Manusmare, of 1900 N. Cedar, Apt. 4, Rolla, announces the birth of his daughter, Smita, onJanuary 25, 1975. Mr. Manusmare is a graduate student at UMR . John M. Sadowski , of 6980 Hanover Parkway, Apt. 200, Greenbelt, MD , recen tly became district manager for the Stran Steel Division of National Steel Products Co. His responsibilities include working with Stran 's authorized builders to develop and follow-up sales of pre-engineered metal buildings in the State of Maryland. Mr. Sadowski is a Registered P. E . in Connecticut, his home before transferring to Maryland. He is currently working on his MBA. 1st Lt. Gordon L. Erickson is on temporary duty at Ft. Indiantown Gap , P A. He is working with the Indochinese Refugee Resettlement Program. He is assigned to the public information office and will be there until October or November. 1st Lt. Erickson's home address is 506 Appleton, Clarksville, TN. 37


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1 9 7 1 (Cont.) Vernon D . Allen, of 7917 Woodlyn Drive, Apt. 204, Woodridge, IL, announces the birth of his daughter, Jennifer Blythe, June 23, 1975. Mr. Allen is a research engineer with ITT Research Institute in Chicago. 1st Lt. Lloyd A. Hinkle, Jr. , of R .R . 2, Box 151A , Piedmont, MO, is a staff engineer in the U.S. Army. He will be going to Landstuhl, Germany, this August as a water and waste water engineer for the Army. He will also be working in West Germany, Italy , Belgium , and Switzerland. Elaine M. Zambon, of 1003 Orville St., Kansas City, Kansas , left her position as an exploration geophysicist with Getty Oil in Midland, TX, and is currently working as a draftsman for Black and Veatch. She announces her approaching wedding to Ed Mulik of Kansas City. Second Lieutenant John P. Roderick, of Route 2, Box 756, Coos Bay, OR, has graduated at Keesler AFB, MS, from the technical training course for U. S. Air Force aircraft maintenance officers. He studied maintenance of radio, teletype and cryptographic communications equipment. He now goes to Shaw AFB, SC , where he will serve with a unit of the Tactical Air Command. Lieutenant Roderick's wife is the former Linda M. Medford of White City, OR. John A. Reynolds, of 13020 Doty Ave., #10 Hawthorne, CA, is a field engineer for Hughes Aircraft Field Service & Support Division assigned to AN I A WG-9 weapons control system. He has been assigned to the Iranian Air Force contract to install and maintain advanced weapons control systems on F -14 a ircraft. He will b e sent to 1safuhan, Iran , in early 1976 to provide maintenance instruction to members of the Iran ian Air Force. Earnest M . Macios has been commissioned a second lieutenant in the U .S. Air Force upon graduation from Officer Training School at Lackland AFB, Tex. The Lieutenant, selected through competitive examina tion for attendance at the school, now goes to Mountain Home AFB, Idaho, for training and duty as a civil engineer. Lt. Macios' home address is 8601 Sappington Road, Crestwood, MO. His wife, Sharon, is a native of Birch Tree, MO.

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1 9 7 2 (Cont.) 1 972 Mr. and Mrs . Kurt K. Marshaus and The Alumni Office has been notified of the death of Forrest Mitchell their son Christopher have moved to Schankman of Creve Coeur, MO, in Route 1, Box 310-B; Poplar Bluff, MO. Kurt is a construction inspector for the June, 1975. Since graduation Alan W. McSpad- Missouri State Highway Dept. and was den, of 801 Sutton, Poplar Bluff, MO, transferred to their Poplar Bluff Office. Ralph Carroll, Jr. was commissioned has added another member to the family ; Kara is now 21 months old. 2nd Lt. in the United States Air Force Alan has also been made a partner in on July 1, 1975. He is a developmental the firm of S. H. Smith & Co. where he engineer with the Air Force Weapons Lab at Kirtland AFB. Lt. Carroll's is a design engineer. address is Box 2498 ; Kirtland AFB , L. Wayne Garrett, of 31450 Harlo, Apt. D, Madison Heights , MI, recently NM . C . Michael and Linda Jones are the received his M.S. in Mechanical Engineering from the University of proud parents of their first child, a Michigan. He has accepted permanent daughter, Heather Lane, born May 7, employment with Chrysler Corp. as 1975. Mike is an instrument engineer project engineer, Automatic Transmis- with Monsanto Textiles Co. His home address is 1924 Rhodes St. , SW; sion Development Div. Decatur , AL. Ralph Carroll , Jr., has been commissioned a second lieutenant in the U.S . Air Force upon graduation from Officer Training School at Lackland AFB , Tex. The lieutenant , selected through competitive examination for attendance at the school, now goes to Kirtland AFB, N.M ., for training and duty as a developmental engineer. His mailing address is Box 2498, Kirtland AFB. Robert Stephen Davis, of 2107 Todd, Apt. 4, Bloomington, IL, will start work on a Masters of Business Administration beginning September 2 at Western Illinois University in Macomb, IL. He is currently equipment engineer for General Telephone Co. of IL. Michael and Mary Alice Perry have their third child, a son, Timothy Allen, I N. Ballard '72 born May 24. 1975. His sister Jennifer is Joe N. Ballard, a native of Louisiana , 3 ~ and his brother Steven is 1 ~. The was recently promoted to the rank of Perry's live at 5103 W . 71st Terrace, Major in the United States Army. A Prairie Village , KS . Mr. Perry is an veteran of ten years service , Major electrical design engineer with Black Ballard has been assigned to the Detroit and Veatch. District Recruiting Command as Area Richard B. Schuessler has married Comm ande r for the past eighteen Dawn Gant '74 . They are presently months. Last year he received the living in Seneca, S.C . (mail address is Army 's Meritorious Service Award for P.O . Box 2861) and attending Clemson his outstanding performance as Area University. Richard is working on a Comm ander of the Roosevelt Field Ph.D. in Biomedical Engineering and Zone, Detroit. Married and the father Dawn is working on a Master's in of three daughters, Ballard will be re- English. Albert E. Zinselmeier, of 120 N. assigned in August to Fort Campbell, Kentucky, where he will be the Main St. , Apt. A, Quincy, IL, has Operations Officer for the 326th announced his plans to wed Shirley Engineering Battalion (Air Assault), Gross of Evansville, IL, on November lOlst Airborne Division. The Major and 22, 1975 . Mr. Zinselmeier is an his family are currently living at 48236 industrial engineer with Harris-InterN. Brooks, Selfridge ANG Base, MI. type Corp. in Quincy. August 1975

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1 9 7 3 Brian G. Marstellar has been working since February this year with the Schlumberger's Overseas S.A . in Dubai (United Arab Emirates.) He has an apartment in Dubai but spends much time on the off-shore oil rigs . He has had some time to visit other countries in the Near East and sends interesting news home about the sights and local customs . Brian's mailing address is Schlumberger' Overseas S.A., Post Office Box 2943, Dubai (United Arab Emirates.) Richard E. Peters, of 7001 Hillcroft #16, Houston, TX, has married Sylvia Garza of Houston. The ceremony took place June 7 tho Mr. Peters is a structural engineer with Brown & Root. Mr. and Mrs. Ken Pippin are parents of a daughter, Stormy Gale , born March 22. The family resides at 1201 Grand Ave., Keokuk, IA. Ken has recently taken a position as field construction engineer for Foote Mineral Co . in Keokuk . Wayne P_ Bremer changed jobs in July from research chemist at Brown Shoe Co. to technical service engineer for U.S. Industrial Chemicals Corp . His main area of interest in Polyethylene. Mr. Bremer's home address is 207 E. Newkirk; Tuscola, IL. John North left Dearborn , MI, last December to return to Missouri. He has accepted a field representative position with American Air Filter of Louisville, KY. His home address is 140 East Jackson Road, Webster, Groves, MO.

Sister Loretta Dauwe, of 2204 South 9th St.; Lafayette, IN, will begin her graduate studies in physics at Purdue University this August. She has received a teaching assistantship there. Richard B. Coombe , Jr., of 7426-B Grant Village Drive , St. Louis, MO , has been appointed chief of the North/ South America Section of the International Logistics Office. He is with the U.S. Army Aviation Systems Command and his official title is Supervisory General Supply Officer.

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1 9 7 3 (Cont.) Harold E. Black, Jr., of 2816 Cottage Grove , Des Moines, lA, accepted a position with the Iowa Department of Environmental Quality in J anuary 1975 . He was previously with Morrison Knudsen, Inc. in Hartford, CT. His current position with the State of Iowa is regional environmental engineer for the South-central portion of the state. Kindall W. Moore has been awarded his silver wings at Laughlin AFB, Tex, after completing U.S. Air Force pilot training. Second Lieutenant Moore will remain at Laughlin as a T·SS Talon pilot instructor. He was commissioned upon completion of the ROTC pro · gram. He is a member of Kappa Alpha. We have his mailing address listed as 305 High St. ; Steelville, MO. Roy T. 'Tim" Stewart has been awarded his silver wings at Laughlin AFB, Tex, after completing U.S. Air Force pilot training . Tim is a Second Lieutenant in the Air National Guard (ANG) and will return to his Kentucky ANG unit at Shewmaker ANG Base for duty. He and his wife, Marcia , currently list their mailing address as 3433 NE 69th St.; Gladstone, MO. 1 974

Thomas J. Hentz, of Rural Route I , Greenville , IL , has been promoted to operations supervisor at Southwestern Electric in Greenville, where he has been employed for two years .

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Michael E. Ragan has recently joined the Trane Company's Commercial Air Conditioning Division St. Louis , MO, sales office. Prior to receiving his St. Louis assignment, he completed the Trane Graduate Engineer Training Program ; Ragan 's home address is 538 Nirk Ave., Apt. B, Kirkwood, MO .

1 9 7 4 (Cont.) Robert A. Williams has joined the Trane Company's Commercial Air Conditioning Division Saginaw office ( a su boffice of the Flint, MI, sales office.) Prior to receiving his Saginaw assign· ment, Williams completed the Trane Graduate Engineer Training Program . We do not have Williams ' current address.

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Anthony L. Mei and the U .S. Army were separated in March , 1975 and Mr. Mei returned to California to become assistant transportation officer at the State of California Department of Transportation ( CAL TRANS). He is currently involved in a rotational training program with CAL TRANS and is working in the Construction Branch in Napa , CA . His home address is 140 Lower Via Casitas #20, Green brae, CA . Patrice M. R yan, of 8773 Oriole Ave.; St. Louis, MO , is currently serving with the Peace Corps In Honduras . Ronald E. Sherard, Jr., was pro· moted from EIT to CEI with the Kansas Highway Commission effective August 18, 1975. He also reports that Kansas Highway Commission and related functions will become the Department of Transportation effective August 15, 1975. Mr. Sherard is living at 433 N. Bluegrass Dr. , Apt. 11; Bon n e r Springs , KS. Gale E. Addison married the former Miss Karen Nash of Bridgeton on June 7, 1975. The couple is living at 10518A Kay Berrie; Concord Village , MO. Mr. Addison is a chemist with the Sigma Chemical Co. in St. Louis.

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1 9 7 4 (Cont.) Steven Roemerman works for Texas Instruments in Dallas. He is now residing at 5001 Wildbriar in Garland, TX, with his wife Collen and daughter Krista. Roger Perriguey, of 104 Mississippi, Apt. 2; Crystal City, MO, is the assistant project engineer for the General Installation Co., the mechani· ca l contractor for the Union Electric Rush Island power plant. Mark Stephen Schankman, of 230 W . Moore, Manchester, TN, married the former Marsha Jean Lott on June 29 , 197 5. Marsha is a graduate of Webster College with a d egree in special education. Mark is a project engineer with Arnold Research Organization in Tullahoma , TN.

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Michael N . Tucker has joined the Trane Company 's Commercial Air Conditioning Division in South Bend, IN , sales office . Prior to receiving his South Bend assignment, Tucker com· pleted the Trane Graduate Engineer Training Program; a six· month course whi c h concentrates on specialized heat transfer theory and practice, as well as in ·d ept h coverage on Trane products . Mr. Tucker lives at 1702 Turtle Creek N . Drive 3 , South Bend, IN. Marvin E. Borgmeyer has accepted a position with Exxon Chemical Co. in Baton Rouge, LA. He will begin his duties in September. Craig S. Goldstone was married to Marla Waddington in St. Louis on July 6 , 1975. The couple is living at 337 N. Carter, Apt. 202; Palatine , IL. Craig is employed by Material Service Corp. of Chicago as superintendent of a sand and gravel plant.

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Lawrence D. Altepeter, SOBC 7-75 Stu Off Co. , 5th BN SCH BDE, Fort Gordon, GA, has a new job beginning September I. He will assume the duties of test supervisor at the U .S. Army Electronic Proving Grounds at Ft. Huachuca, AZ . He is a signal officer in the U.S. Army Signal Corps.

Daniel C. Klenke, of Route 2, Box 303 , Edwardsville, IL, has accepted a field engineering position with General Electric's Installation & Service Engineering (I&SE) Operations. He will receive technical training at I&SE's Field Engineering Development Center in Schenectady, and on-the-job assignments with I&SE and GE product departments as a member of the company's Field Engineering Program. Klenke is a member of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers, and the American Society of Heating, Refrigeration , and Air Conditioning Engineers .

Michael E. Ragan, of St. Louis, MO, married Linda Hoefs of Tomah , WI, on May 24, 1975. They reside at 538 Nirk Ave., Apt. B , Kirkwood, MO. Mike is presently working at Trane Company 's St. Louis Sales Office as a sales engineer. Linda is a program installer of minicomputers for SWEDA International.

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