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MSM-UMR Alumni Association Telephone (314) 341-4171 ; (314) 341-4172

. . . . Robert M. Brackbill ' 42 .

President .

MSM-UMR Alumni Association University of Missouri - Rolla Rolla, Missouri 65401

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Vice-President .

Arthur G , Baebler ' 55 , .

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Robert D. Bay' 49 . ......... . 222 Magna Carta Dr. .............. .. , . , , ..... 1976 St, Louis, MO 63141

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James B, McGrath ' 49 .... . . . Fruin -Calnan Corp , . . ... . .. , " , ..... 1976 1706 Olive 51" St. Louis , MO 63103 Joseph W, Mooney '39 . 7383 Westmoreland .................. , . 1976 University City , MO 63130 ........ Robert

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Vernon T, Loesing '42 .

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Allan H, LaPlante ' 63 . Belding H, McCurdy ' 38 ........ E, L (Roy ) Perry ' 40 . Walter C, Mulyca '65 . ,

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DIRECTORS AT LARGE Term Expire s 12702 Rocky Hill Dr. , Houston , TX 77066 . . ................... . " 1977 7400 Sun Island Dr. , South , Suite 711 , South Pasadena , Fl 33707 . 1978 Pres" Fruin-Calnan IntI. , Ltd " 8989 Westheimer , Houston , TX 77042 .. 1977 203 Hillcrest , Marshall, TX 75670 . 1978

EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE 9954 Holliston Cou rt , St , Louis , M063124 .

James J, Murphy ' 35 .

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Lawrence A, Spanier' 50 .... ... 5 Pettit Dr. , Dix Hills , NY 11746 ....... . . , , , , , , , . , . .. ..... .... 1976 John 0, Wilms '43 ......... ," 7505 Variel , Canoga Park , CA 91303 . 1976 Area Zip Code Numbers AREA DIRECTORS Term Ex pires 00 -14 H, W. Flood ' 43 ....... . . , _, . 183 Main St" Acton , MA 01720 . · 1977 15-21 J, D, Patterson ' 61 . . .. 1660 Ashlawn Dr.; Pittsburgh , PA 15241 . · . 1977 22 -33 John B, Toomey' 49 , , , . . , 7412 Admiral Drive , Alexandria , VA 22307 . 1976 1977 35-45 Harald Kosten '60 , 11197 Marlett Drive , Cincinnati, OH 45242 46 -59 Eugene C, Fadler '62 , 19716 Coach wood , Riverview , MI 48192 ...... _, . . . · 19 78 60-61 Frank C, Appleyard '37 . 808 Solar, Glenvi e w , IL60025 . . ...... . . ,. · 1976 .. 1978 62 -62 C, Stuart Ferrell '64 . 219 Timothy Lane , Carterville , IL 62918 . . . 1978 63-65 Allred J, Buescher ' 64 . . . . 28 Regent Lane , Lincolnshire , III 60015 . 63-65 Robert W. Klorer '44 . . ... 7500 Natural Bridge Rd " St , Louis , MO 63121 . .. ..... 19 77 63-65 Harald A, Krueger '42. Ozark Lead Co" Rural Branch , Sweetwater , MO 63680 . .... .. 197 6 1977 63-65 J, R, Patterson '54 ..... .. . ..... P,O, Box 573 , Sikeston , MO 63801 63-65 George R, Schillinger '63. . . .. 7598 John Ave" Oakvill e, MO 63129 . . ..... .. , . . ..... 1977 1978 63-65 Clifford C, Tanquary ' 57. 14219 Denver Ave. , Grandview , MO 64030 .. . 19 78 63-65 Bruce E, Tarantola ' 51 . . . 9000 Skycrest Dr. , St. Louis , MO 63126 . 1978 63-65 George D, Tomazi ' 58 , 12723 Stoneridge Dr " Florissant , MO 63033 . 1978 63 -65 R, Michael Salmon '63 . 2310 Te xas , Joplin , MO 64801 . . . ..... , , .. , , . 19 7 6 63-65 Edwin J, Werner ' 49 . 11015 East 39th , Ind e pe ndence , MO 64052 . 1976 66-74 Herman Fritschen ' 51 . . .. . 52495 , 68th East Place , Tulsa , OK 74145 . 1976 75-79 Rex Alford '40 . . .. 5743 Jason , Houston , TX 77035. . . . .... . " . . 19 77 80-90 Thor Gielsteen '53 . 3065 South Ingalls Way , De nve r, CO 80227 ... . , .. . , . , _" . and 96-99 · 1976 90-95 E, Murray Schmidt ' 49 . 157 Hickey Blvd" 5, San Francisco , CA 94080 .

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

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Frank H . Mackaman .

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Barbaro Petrovic .

Alumni Act ivities . Univ e rsity of Missouri· Rolla , Harris Hall , UMR , Rolla , MO 65401


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Registration in St. Pat's Ballroom-Student Union Board of Directors Meeting, MSM-UMR Alumni Association, University Center. Tee-off times for Class of '51 Golf Tournament - UMR Golf Course

LUNCH 2:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m. 2 :00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m. 5:00 p.m . 5:30 p.m. - 7:00 p.m . 7:00 p.m .

On your own Class of '51 Tennis Games, UMR Courts Class of '51 Bridge Games, Ozark Room of the Student Union Registration recessed until 8:00 a .m. Saturday Cocktail buffeitat St. Pat's Church Recreation Hall, north of campus .

DINNER 9:00 p.m. 9 :00 p.m. 10:00 p.m .

On your own Class of '51 sponsored Reunion Dance, St. Pat's Church Recreation Hall Homecoming Dance, University Center Queen Coronation, University Center , Centennial Hall

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On your own Registration resumes, St. Pat's Ballroom , Student Union Dedication of Thomas Jefferson Residence Hall , lounge of TJ Class Reunion Luncheons, Universi ty Center, Centennial Hall: 50 Years and Before, 1931, 1936, 1938, 1941, 1946, 1951, 1956 , 196 1, 1966& 1971 St. Louis Section, Pub Mobile Kickoff, Miners vs. Southwest Missouri State Bears Postgame Cocktail Party for Class of '51, Holiday Inn Dining Room (Cash Ba r) Miner Lounge open for pre-banquet festivities (adjacen t to Centennial Hall) * Alumni Award s Banquet, University Center, Centennial Hall Annual Meeting, MSM-UMR Alumni Association

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*Dinner served on state property. BE SURE TO REGISTER, in orde r 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. FOOTBALL TICKETS - Alumni purchase the Ticket "Reserved f o r Alumni" at the Regi stration Desk or Ticket Window at Jackling Field. n. end

BANQUET AND CLASS REUNION LUNCHEON TICKETS events must be purchased in advance.

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Association Announcement and Report This year at the Homecoming Awa rds Banquet severa l individuals will be honored. T h e Awards Program of the A lumni Association was expa nded in 1968 to include Alumni Merit , A lumni Service, and Alumni Ach ievement Awards. As th is is written , we have heard that the fo llowing people will be here o n October 23 to receive the awa rd vo ted by the Board of Directors at the A pril m ee ting. Several other recognition-award presentations will be made , b ut they will be confidenti a l until the evening program. Awards will be made in the fo llowing ca tagories: Ach ievement: Fred S. Kummer, '55, St. Lo uis ; Will iam D. Kent, '43, Houston, TX; Sidney Green, '59, Sa lt Lake City, UT; and Donnel l Dutton, '35, Atlanta , GA. Merit: Jack Bod ine , '68 , St. Louis; Roy Lin dgren, '23, Oak Lawn , IL; Vernon R ie ke, '40; Pittsburgh, PA; a nd James H. Tracey, Rolla. Serv ice: W. Robert Riggs , '32, Osage Beach , MO; Wi lli am Brewer, '32, C in c inn a ti , OH; Mark B. Layne , '28 , Higginsville, MO; and A. V ern Kilpatrick, Roll a.

Plan to attend the Homecoming Awards Banquet and help recognize our awardees. T he MSM-UMR Alumni Association met in sp ecial m eeti ng on June 15, 1976 . T he meeting , ca lled at the order of the Board of Directors , was to consid er certain ch a nges in the Articles of Association . T he membership of the Assoc iatio n was n otified in accordance with the A rticles and proxies were soli cited. As a resu lt the ch a nges were mad e by a vo te of 85 1 for a nd 6 against. T he pract ical result of the mee ting was to a ll ow the Associatio n to pe rfec t its a ppli ca tion for exemption with the Internal R evenue Service . On July 22. THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE MSM-UMR ALUMNI ASSOCIA nON WILL BE HELD IMMEDIATEL Y AFTER THE AWARDS BANQUET, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1976, IN CENTENNIAL HALL OF THE UNIVERSITY CENTER. IT WILL BE PROPOSED TO AMEND THE BY-LAWS TO INCLUDE QUALIFICATIONS FOR OFFICERS AND TO CHANGE THE PERIOD FOR NOTIFICATIONS OF MEETINGS.

HOMECOMING ACCOMMODA nONS ROLLA 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 Interstate 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 . .... .. .. ... .. . ... . .... 364-1335 Nod-a-Way Motel, Hwy. 63 North . .. . .. . ......... . ...... . ..... . 364-7445 Norman Dee Inn Motel , Bus. 1-44 West . .. .......... . ........... 364-4156 Plaza Motel, Highway 63 North . .. .... .... . ... .. ...... .. .. . ... 341-2555 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 Zeno's Motel, Martin Springs Dr .. . ...................... . .... . 364-1301 ST. JAMES Finn's Motel, SW Corner of 66 & 68 . . .......................... 265-7200 Forest City Motor Lodge, 1-44 & 68 . ..................... . .... . . 265-3256 Gateway Friendship Inn, NW Cor. 66 & 68 . ............ . ........ 265-9979

* * Reserved for the Class of 1951 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 campul. Pleale plan accordingly. 4

1976 , the application was approved and the MSM -U MR ALUMNI ASSOCIATION IS NOW A 501 ( c) (3) ORGANIZA TIONI Perhaps this sounds fairl y simple and uncomplicated. It isn't. The Jul y 22 ruling successfu lly completed action begu n in 1964 . In February 197 5, the tempo in creased as President R . M. Brackbill undertook a pe rsonal exami natio n of the problem. In April 1975 , Joe Mooney was n a m ed chairman of the effort to conclude the matter. Joe recruited alumnus attorney, James Hespe n , '55, who, working with the alumni office staff, prepared the appl ication. N umerous meetings plus frequent phone ca lls were necessary to put the financial information in the required form. In Febru ary 1976, Mr. Hespen carried the comple ted application to the distri ct office of the IRS. We waited. The IRS employee assigned to the Association applicatio n came back with some questions for clarification and some sugges tions for changes in lan guage. These matters were then discussed at the April Board meeting and the ca ll to special m eeting ordered . The response was as reported ab ove. Following the meeting authorizing the changes on June 15 , 1976 , it was necessary to amend the Pro Forma Decree. For this actio n a petition to the District Court of Phelps County was required . Favorab le action was con cluded in the Court , t he papers filed and recorded locally, a nd then the whole file was ca rried to the Secretary of State in Jefferson C ity for recordings. These filings were completed on July 8, 1976. T he Associa tion now had the necessary information for the IRS to finish the considerat ion of the app li cation , so certified copies were promptly forwarded. On July 22, the good news came. This saga wou ld not be complete without some comment about the relat ionship of the Association to the various agencies of government. In every instance we felt we received service of except iona l quality. The IRS employee, the clerk in t he Secretary 's office , the officers of the district Court , and of Phelps County , all made what appeared to be a personal effort to expedite the Association's business . We are glad it is over. August 1976

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Interim President Appointed Dr.JamesC. Olson, 59, chancellor of the University of Missouri-Kansas City since 1968, has been appointed interim president of the University of Missouri, replacing Dr. C. Brice Ratchford, who resigned May 21, after five years as president. In announcing the appointment in Columbia, the Board of Curators pledged its support to Dr. Olson , charged him with continuing to implement the one· University concept and said that he should not be a "ca retaker" president. "The board unanimously and un· equivocally reaffirms its unqualified support of the concept of one University at multiple locations , and the board charges Dr. Olson with the task of preserving and promoting that concept , " the board statement said. "We wish to emphasize that Dr. Olson is not to act as a caretaker president. The University cannot afford to stand still , but must move forward to meet its many challenges and to continue to improve the quality of life in this state. " Before becoming UMKC chancellor, Dr. Olson spent about 22 years at University of Nebraska. He joined the staff of that university in 1946 , as a lecturer and became a full professor in 1956 . H e was chairman of the history departmen t from 1956 to 1965. Dr. O lson served as associ a te dea n and dean of the graduate college a t Nebraska and was vice chancellor for graduate studies and research . Dr. Olson a lso served as director of the Nebraska State Historical Society, from 1946·56 . Dr . O lson received h is A. B. degree from Morningside College in Siou x C ity. L a . , in 1938. He received h i ~ M.A . degree in 1939 and his Ph .D. d egree in 1942 . both from the University of Nebraska

A mutual stewardship to maintain and enhance the University

Dear Colleagues: During the nearly three months since I was asked t o serve as interim president of the UniverSity, I have met and ta lked with many of you . But with the full complement of faculty and staff returned for the fa ll semester , I should like to address a few remarks to all of fOu. Let me begin by saying that these have been eve ntful months. Among the events: release of the withheld 3 per cent of the 1975-76 state appropriation for operations . . . election of Van O. Williams as presiden t and Rex Z. Williams as vice president of the Board of Curators ... selec t ion of Wesley J . Dale as acting chancellor at UMKC .. . approval of a $147.8-million proposed general operating budget for fiscal yea r 1977-78 to include increases o f 11 per cent in the salar y and wage fund and 8 per cent in expenses and equipmen t accounts ... approval o f a proposed $11 .6-millio n capit a l improvement s budg et fo r 1977-7 8 ... formation o f a t e m por ary management structure t o correct prob lems i n t he Student Informat io n System ... pur c ha se o f the Mar illac property f or UMSL .. . receipt of a $2 -mill io n gift fro m Mrs. Kenn eth A. Spencer fo r a th ea t er in t he UMKC Performing A rts Cen t e r ... dev elopment o f a presid e ntia l selecti o n pla n d e signed t o have a new presi dent in office by o r b efore Septemb er 1977. No m atter how cro w d ed an d eventful the summer, t he Da ce now Qu icken s as more t h an 51 ,000 stuae nts arrive o n our campuses-an e xh i l a rati o n tr ad itiona l In academe .

the interim period, " The University cannot afford to stand still but must move forward to meet its many challenges and to continue to improve the quality of life in this state." That means to me a renewed dedication to our professi o ns and our responsibilities as teachers, scholars and staff members of this public institution of higher ed ucati on. It is an important calling . We have r eason to take pride in being a part of it, individually and collectively. We can f eel good about ourselves w ith out being complacent o r sel f -s atisfied. We ought to celebra t e t he positive a sp ects of wha t we are and what w e ac co m plish , less preoccupied with wha t is yet u nfulf illed . We need to recogniz e how f ar we have come as well as how far w e have to go . In t he ve r nacular , pe ople b ack w inner s . My pu rpos e in this inter im perio d is to bring us t oge the r i n mutual re s pect , to coo per at ively addr es s our c o mmon goals, to seek underst an din g and s upport of our m is sions, to improv e-with your help--the means by which we carry out our missions, to e ncourage recognition of the stature and contributions of the University. We have a mutual stewardship to maintain and enh ance this University in the service of the people of Missouri. I pledge myself to it. I ask your help.

I expect th iS t o be a ye ar of p r og r e ss tor us. I take to h e art-an d hope yo u d o--the Board of Curators dec lar ation that au ring

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Fellowships Earned ...

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Two longtime UMR faculty members have retired. Both hold degrees from here. Richard H. Kerr, '50, member of the faculty of mathematics since 1946 was granted the title, Associate Professor Emeritus. Dick has been famous for his avant-guard position regarding the delightful pleasures of smoking. He will maintain his home in Rolla and we hope the Alumni Association will continue to have the benefit of his experience at Homecoming registration. Carl R. Christiansen, '47, '52, was granted the title, Professor Emeritus. Carl, a regular at all Miner athletic contests, was a member of the mining faculty. He will be working with the TVA. The Christiansen's address IS 3415 Gail, Chattanooga, TN 37412.

Emerson Electric Gift University of Missouri - Rolla humanities professors, Dr. Carol Ann Smith, center, and Dr. Patricia Patton, right, discuss the fellowships they have received with UMR Chancellor Raymond L. Bisplinghoff. During the 1976-77 academic year, Dr. Smith will study "Technology and the Humanities" at the University of Chica/{o and Dr. Patton will study attitudes toward a/{in/{ reflected in the literature and general culture of the middle ages in Europe at Harvard University. Both fellowships are funded by the National Endowment for the Humanities.

1976-77 Faculty Promotions and Tenure The following members of the faculty have been granted tenure and/or have received promotions effective Sept. 1. Tenure: Dr. Jerry Cohen, assistant professor of Russian and German; Dr. James L. Josey, assistant professor of civil engineering; Robert A. Mollenkamp, assistant professor of chemical engineering; Dr. Min Ming Tang, assistant professor of mathematics; Dr. Farroll T. Wright, associate professor of mathematics. Promotion: to associate professor: Dr. Lawrence Christensen, history; Dr. Yildirim Omurtag, engineering management; Dr. Earl F. Richards, electrical engineering; Alvin'C. Steinbach, German; Dr. Paul Stigall, electrical engineering. to professor: Dr. John Amos, engineering management; Dr. Harlan U. Anderson, ceramic engineering; Dr. Bassem F. Armaly, mechanical and aerospace engineering; Dr. Ernst Bolter, geology; Dr. Leslie R. Koval, mechanical and aerospace engineering; Dr. Leonard L. Levenson, physics; Dr. William H. Tranter, electrical engineering; Dr . James N. Wise, English. Promotion and Tenure: to associate professor: Dr. Ralph Alexander, physics; Dr. Don Askeland, metallurgical engineering ; Dr. J ames K. Byers, computer science; Dr. John C. Kieffer, mathematics; Dr. Jerry L. Peacher, physics; Dr. Glendon T. Stevens, civil engineering.

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A gift from the Emerson Electric Co. of St. Louis has been accepted by the University of Missouri Board of Cura tors to establish a named professorship in electrical engineering. Effective August 1, Dr. J. Derald Morgan of UMR became the first Emerson Electric Professor of Electrical Engineering. Dr. Morgan received the MSEE from UMR in 1965. Emerson Electric will contribute $10, 000 each year for five years. The stipend includes $3,000 for a faculty salary supplement and $7,000 for graduate assistants, equipment, travel, and other costs associated with the professorship. The gift is in honor of W. R. Persons, past president of Emerson Electric. Dr. Persons received the degree Doctor of Engineering, honoris causa , from the University of Missouri - Rolla in 1971.

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Summer Undergraduate Research With the aid of an $18,700 grant from the National Science Foundation, undergraduate engineering students spent the past summer conducting research at the University of Missouri Rolla on a wide variety of energy related projects. Six students at UMR were joined by four students from Duke University , Rose·Hulman Institute of Technology , and South Dakota School of Mines and Technology (2), with each participant tackling an energy· related research project of his choice. Most of the activity took place dur ing a ten week summer period , when each participant devoted full time effort to his project. Each of the participants was a full-time undergraduate student in engineering between his junior and senior years. Each had demonstrated or shown promise of the scholarship, imagination , and perseverance necessary for success in research as evidenced by his academic records, activities and facu lty opinions.

Areas of research included heat pumps , wind energy, coal gasification , internal combustion engines, electric vehicles, and solar/ nocturnal heating/ cooling. Dr. Harry J. Sauer, Jr. , Professor of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, was Program Director . According to Dr. Sauer , this NSF Undergraduate Research Participation Program is intended to improve college instruction by demonstrating the teaching effectiveness that results from placing major responsibili ty for learning upon the student. "The program is designed to expand the students ' knowledge and help them develop the independence and creativity expected of scientists and engineers , " says Professor Sa uer. "The participants are required to find and analyze the pertinent scientific literature , define the problem , seek , and propose solutions , including method of approach , carry-out the investigation, draw conclusions from the data and results , and report both

verbally and in wrItmg. We have been very fortunate to have had NSF support for five straight summer programs. In each program , the students have always displayed enthusiasm unmatched in regular course work. " Dr. Saue r views it as an eXCitmg program for all involved and a rich educational experience for the student participants and goes on to say, "The URP Program plays a vital role in stimulating and developing the interest and abilities of the superior student. In the majority of cases , the facu lty rese arch advisors can actuall y see the participant 's growth in self-confidence , scientifi c reasoning , decision making, and communicating skills. However , this program plays a significant role in the educational program of the university, not only in benefiting the outstanding students selected as partici pants , but also by generating both interest and ideas for improving the regu lar laboratory and design courses.

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Steven C. Farquhar, a junior m Mechanical Engineering at the Rose-Hulman Institute of T echnology, measures temperatures throughout the solar heating syst em , whz'ch he developed to work in conjunction with a conventional warm air furnace. Dr . B . F. Armaly, professor of mechanical engineering, served as Mr. Farquhar 's research a dr.n'so r. Steven is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Donald C. Farquhar, O.S. 616 Cornell Ave., Villa Park, Illinois .

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Randall M . Mit chell, a junior m Engin eering M echanics at the University of M issouri - Roila, examines th e model version of th e light-weight electric vehicle, which he designed as his undergraduat e research project . Dr. A . W. Culp, associat e professor of m echanical engineering, served as research adr.nsor. Randy and his wife make th eir home in Rolla at 3 Laker.n·e w Drive.

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Undergraduate Research

R eidar Eliassen , a junior in M echanical Engineering at South Dakota School of Min es and Technology, looks over his comput er program for determining the heating loads and en ergy requirem ents for a residence when equzpped with a heat pump supplem ent ed by a solar heating system . Dr. R . H . Howell, professor of m echanical engineering, serve d as Mr . Eliassen 's research advisor. Reidar, his wife and son , have th eir home in Fyllingsdalen, Norway .

Barry L. Zalph, a junior in M echanical Engine ering at Duke University, adjust s the back -pressure on the reaction vessel, which he construct ed for his research project on "in -situ " coal gasification . Dr. H . J. Sauer, Jr., professor of m echanical and aerospace engineering, served as research advisor for the project . Barry is th e son of Mr. and Mrs . Byron Zalph, 19011 N. W . 7th Court , Miaml~ Florida. 8

Daniel T. Mudd, a junior in Mechanical Engineering at the University of Missouri· Rolla, connects a sampling line to the exhaust system of a four cylinder automobile engine for his project in determining the effect of modifying the air /fuel ratio on a cylinder by cylinder basis on the fuel economy and emissions of the engine . Dr. R . T. Johnson, associate professor of mechanical engineering, served as research advisor on the project. Dan is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd S. Mudd, 215 Keith Dr., St. Charles, Missouri and is a 1973 graduate of Duchesne High School, St. Charles.

Mark A . Owens, a junior in Electrical Engineering at th e University of Missouri - Rolla, adjusts the power supply on th e closed loop fu el control syst em , which he deve loped for automotive engines based on sensing the degree of ionization of th e combustion gases. Dr. R . T. Johnson, associat e professor of mechanical engineering, served as research advisor on the project. Mark is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Jo el P. Owens, 2545 Redwood Drive, Dalzell, South Carolina. Augus t 1976

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Dennzs C. Appel, a junior in Electrical Engineering at the University of Mzssouri - Ro lla, completes the circuitry for hzs undergraduat e research particzpation project, which involved the development of an inexp ensive dashboard computer for det ermining miles p er gallon over any desired distanc e. C. R. Remington, professor of mechanical engineering, served as Mr. Appel's research advzsor. Dennis zs th e son of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond A. Appel, Box 93, Edina, Mzssouri and zs a 1973 graduat e of Knox County Edina High School.

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Donald L. Palmer, a junior in Mechanical Engin eering at th e University of M zssouri - Rolla, co llects test data from a wat er -to-water heat pump as part of hzs research project to determine th e en ergy requirem ents and operating costs of a solar -asszsted residential heat pump system. Dr. H . J. Sau er, Jr. served as research advzsor for th e proj ect . Don is th e son of Mr . an d Mrs. Paul R. Palmer, Vienna Rt ., Dix on, Mzssouri and zs a 1973 graduat e of Dixon High School.

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Michael F. Lackner, a junior in A erospace Engineering at the University of Mzssouri - Ro lla, checks out the dc generator and drive system to be installed as part of hiS project to develop a wind energy system for rural use. Dr. R. B. Oetting, professor of mechanical and aerospace engin eering, served as research advz'sor for the project . Mike is th e son of Frederick Lackner, 3132 Smiley Road, Bridgeton, Mzssouri and a 1973 graduate of Chaminade College High School.

Odd J. Gjellestad, a junior in Me chanical Engin eering at South Dakota School of M in es and T echnology, connects th e instrum entation wiring on hzs prototype heat exchanger locat ed in th e Solar En ergy R esearch Building at th e Un iversity of Mzssouri - Rolla . Dr. H. J. Sau er, Jr ., professor of m echanical and aerospa ce engineering, served as research advzsor for th e project . Odd, hiS wife and daught er, have th eir home in B ergen, N orway.

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UNIVERSITY OF MISSOURI - ROLLA FOOTBALL SCHEDULE 1976-77 Date Se pt . Sept. Sept. Sept. Oct.

4 11 18 25 2 Oct. 9* Oct. 16 Oct. 23** Oct. 30 No v. 6 Nov . 13 No v . 20

Opponent Place Time Mi sso uri Va lley . . ... . .. . . . . . .. . .. . . . . .. . .. . Ma rshal l - 7 :30 Misso uri Weste rn .. ..... . . . .. . .. . .. ... .. . . St. J o seph - 7 :30 Wayne State . ... . . . .... . .... . . . . . . .. .. ... . .. . . Rolla - 1:30 Kansas State-Pittsburg . . .. ... . .. . ... . ...... .. . . Rolla - 1:30 O PE N Lincoln University. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Rolla - 1:30 Centra l Missour i Sta te U...... .. . ... . . . . . Warrensbu rg - 2 :00 Southwest Missouri State U . . .. . . ......... . .. .. . . Rolla - 1:30 North west Missou ri Sta t e U. . . ....... . .... . . . Maryv ille - 7:30 Washington Un ive rsi ty . . .. ... . .. . ... . . .. .. .. St. Louis - 7 :00 Southeast Missouri St at e U . .. . ...... .. .... . .. .. . Rolla - 1:30 Northeast Misso uri State U. . . ... . . ... . .. ... . Kirksvi lle - 1 :30

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Arkansa s College . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Rolla Harris Teachers College . .. . . . .. .. . . . .. .... . . . ... . . . .. . Rolla Drury Colleg e . . . . ... . .... . ... .. .. .. . . .. . . . . . ... . .. .. . Rolla Shr ine Classic , Wa shburn , Peru State, NEMSU & UMR . . Kirksville Kansas State-Pitts burg . . . . . . ... . . . .... . ... .. ... . . . . ... Rolla Kentucky Wesleyan . .. . .. . .... . . . .. . ... . . . . . Owensboro, KY Arkansas State Uni versity ....... . .... . . . .. . ... Jonesboro , AR M.I.A.A. Tourn a me nt ... . . .... . . . .. .. . . . .. . . .. .. . Springfield University of New Haven .. .... . . .. . . . .. . .. . . . . . .. .. .. . Rolla Northwest M issou ri State University .. ... . .. ... ........ . Rolla Northeast Missouri State Un iversity . . . .... . . .. .. . . . . Kirksville Centra l M issou ri State Un iversity . .. .. .. .... . . .. .. .. . . . . Rolla Southwest Missouri State University . . . . . ... . . ... . . Springfield Southea st Missouri State University .... . .. . .. . . .... . .... Rolla Westmi nst er Colle ge ... .. .. . . . .. . . . . ... . ........ .... .. Rolla Southeast Missouri State University ... .. . . . ... Cape Girardeau Lincoln University .. .. . .. . .... . ... . ... .. . .. .. ....... . . Rolla Northeast Missou r i State University .. .. . . .... . . . ....... . Rolla Northwest Missouri State University .. . .. . . . . . . ... . . Maryville Lincoln University . . .. ... ... .. . ... . ... . .. . . . . . . Jefferson City Drury College .. . . .. . .. .. .. . . . ... . .. .. . . .. . . . . . .. Springfield Central Missouri State University . . . . .. . . .. .. .. .. Warrensburg Southwest Mi ssouri State University .. ... . ...... .. . ... .. Rolla

The Alli a n ce of Alu mn i Associa tions of th e Uni ve rsity of Missouri m e t May 21 a nd 22 in R oll a. MSM-UMR Alumni Assoc ia tio n Preside nt -Elect R ich a rd Ba uer is c h a irm a n of t he Alli a nce . Com m ittee m ee tings were held on Frid ay a nd Sa turday morning a nd the ge nera l business m eeting followed at 10 : 00 a .m. T he group used the Rare Boo ks room of the U MR libra ry for t he m ee tIng . Majo r item s of business included the eva lu a ti o n of t he pu b lic reso urce p rog ra m a nd the legislat ive leade rsh ip da y in J efferso n Cit y in Febru ary. T he Allia nce is fi n anced by con tributi ons of the ca m p us a lu m ni associa tio ns a nd budget projec tio ns we re ma de a nd ado p ted. T he Alli a nce passed a reso luti on direc ted to the Board of Cura to rs a nd arranged fo r it to be delive red the fo ll owing wee k by a m embe r of the Alli a nce . T he reso lut ion was conce rned with th e order ly adm in istrat io n of un ive rs ity affa irs. The fa ll m ee ti ng will be held In Co lumbi a on Se ptembe r 18 , 1976 . The purposes of the Alli a nce a re : ( 1) to adva nce the im age of t he Un iversity of Missouri . ( 2) to serve , u po n req ues t of t he Presiden t of t he Uni versity of M issou ri, as a ve hi cle for ac com plishing programs of m ut ual be nefit to all ca m puses. ( 3) to p rovide m eans for the in terch ange of ideas amo ng t he A lu mni Assoc ia tions of the U ni ve rsity of Missouri.

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Paul Dean Proctor , Professor of Geology and Geological Engineering , will help interpret photographs taken in Jul y 197 5 by astronauts of th e joint Am erican -Soviet space mission . The research work will be done in coopera tion with Dr. Farouk EI-Baz , '61 , Research Director of the Smithsonian Institution 's Center for Earth and Planetary Studies and a former student of Dr. Proctor 's. Photogeologic interpretations by Dr. Proctor and two graduate resea rch assistants will be made of three areas related to "mobile belts " of southeastern Turk ey , southeastern Spain , and south central Australia .

Help Wanted The fo llowing announcement will be made in the "Positions Available " sect ion of The Chronicle of Higher Education.

PRESIDENT UNIVERSITY OF MISSOURI Th e University of Missouri is a single universz'ty in multzple locations . Campuses are in Columbia, Kansas City, Rolla and St . Louis . Central adminisI rat ion offices are in Columbia. Esta blished in 1839, UM has 52, 000 stud ents on campus, with approximately on e- quart er of th em in graduate and professional programs . UM is a landgrant instit ution with a statewide ext ension service. Th e president is chief academic and administrat ive off ic er of a system g ove rned by a nine-member Board of Curators, which will name a new president after Jun e 1, 1977, to take office by Sept emb er 1977. A p plication s and nominations should be sent by Nove mb er 1, 1976 to : Offic e of th e Secretary University of MissoUTl 316 University Hall Columbia, MissouTl' 65701 A n Eq ual Opportunity Employer T h e final sel ec tion committee will ll1 c1 ud e a n alumnus of the U niversity of M issouri a ppointed by the Alliance of Alumni Associations .

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Van. O. Wilhams (left) , of Liberty, has been elected president of th e Board of Curators, rePlacz'ng John Hall Dalton, and R ex Z. Williams (right), of Rolla, is the board 's new vice president. Van Williams, 51, has been a member of the board for three years. A graduate of William Jewell College, he is president and chairman of the board of the Nationa l Bank in North Kansas City. Rex Williams, a 1931 UMR graduate, is chairman of the board of the Rolla State Bank.

Curator Dies Howard B. Woods , editor and publisher of The St. Louis Sentinel and a member of the UM Board of Curators since 1973, died of a heart attack August 2, 1976, in Boston, where he was attending a convention of the Urban League. Mr. Woods , who was 59, had been editor and executive director of The St. Louis Argus in the 1950 's, chief of the St. Louis bureau of the Chicago Defender and editor-in-chief of Sengstacke newspapers , a major chain with headquarters in Chicago . He also had served two years as associate director of the U.S. Information Agency. Mr. Woods was appointed to the Board of Curators in February 1973 , and was confirmed in March of that year. He succeeded Theodore D . McNeal. Dr. Olson , UM 's interim president, issued the following statement :

"Howard Woods was a vOice of wisdom. His advice and counsel , his insight, were of great value to the University. We sorrow at his untimely death. We share the loss with the many institution he generously served. I feel a great sense of personal loss. "

Office Moves G. E . (Ed) Vaughn, Jr., '49 , '59, director , and Sharon Bearden , secretary, of the co-op program have moved to Room 101 , Buehler Building, 9th and Rolla Streets. The office is now in the same building as the career development and placement office. The phone number fo r the co-op program remains the same - 314 / 341 -4309.

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Honor Roll 1976 Annual Alumni Fund Roster of Contributors Century Club The following alumni and friends have given $100 or more to Annual Alumni Fund: Abbett, Robert W. '27 Adamlck, Henry S. '44 Akmakllan, Charles '60 Alford, Rex '40 Anderson, David O. '54 Andreae, Andreas A. '41 Andrews, J. Lewis '24 Ashley, Wilford (Moe) '54 Atchley, Billy L. '57 Badollet, Marion S. '21 Baily, Walter E. '49 Balmat, Jack S. '48 Barger, Hubert S. '39 Barnard , Charles R. '20 Barsachs, Edwin H. '50 Batubara, Kasmir A. '60 Bauer, Richard H. '52 Bay, Robert D. '49 Bennetsen, Wayne J. '41 Berry, Jerome T. '49 Bertorello, Michael J. '60 Blevins, Richard R. II '70 Bodman, John W. '10 Bone, Frank M. '69 Boorky, Morris '39 Bosse, James '70 Bossert, Harry F. '27 Brackbill, Robert M. '42 Breeze, Francis V. '49 Brewer, William '32 Brodhacker, John W. '44 Brown, Guy Jr. '40 Brown, Phillip L. '72 Bruce, Robert S. '69 Buescher, Alfred J. '64 Burns, Ruble E. '40 Busch, Ray E. '62 Busch, William D. '42 Chasten, Dennis L. '70 Chomeau, Henri '23 Clarkson, Charles F. '41 Coben, Donald A . '51 Cochran, Andrew A . '41 Cole, Richard E. '47 Comanich, George W. '51 Coolidge, Donald J. '43 Coonce, James M. Jr. '57 Couch, G. Robert '4 1 Crawford, James D. '2 6 Crecelius, Donald G. '41 Crites, Joseph D. '49

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Crum, E. Jefferson '29 Daly, Thomas E. '49 Debolt, Donald G. '49 Dennis, William E. '36 Dittmer, Russell S. '29 Dowling, Paul T. '40 Dresser, Thorpe '33 *Durning, W . C. '19 Durphy, Clyde A. '42 Ecoff, Ralph A. Jr. '68 Ellis , J. Craig '38 Ellis, W. Ashley '4.7 Eloe, Howard English, Thomas O. '29 Fagan, Durward E. '34 Falkingham, Donald H. '41 Farmer, John O . '33 Ferrell, James O . '40 Flck, Armin F. 41 Finch , Raymond R. '43 Finley, Fred W. '41 Flanigan, Virgil J. '60 Flood, H. William '43 Ford, Ragan '23 Forgotson, James M. '22 Fort, George E. '40 Fowler, Thomas Rex Jr. '54 Fricke, James R. '75 Gammon , William H. '49 Gardner, John W. II '41 Garrett, James H. Jr. '58 Gastineau, Franklin D. '63 Gerig, Martha M. '69 Gevecker, Vernon A. C. '31 Glelsteen, Thor '53 Godwin, Willi am '25 Gostin, James D. '44 Green, Sidney J. '59 Greer, Stephen L. '66 Gregg , James L. '23 Grigsby, Harry G. '48 Gulick, Gary M . '69 Gund, Russell A. '40 Hacker, Alden G. '41 Hannum, Richard W. '66 Hartman, William V. '48 * Hasselmann, Karl F. '25 Helm, Carl J. '25 Heitmann, Albert L. '25 Hepp, Joseph T. '48 Hill, William E. Jr. '42

Howell, Richard B. '48 Huddleston, James A. Jr. '66 Jackson, Earl E. '51 Jenkins, Robert D. '53 Jennings, Charles H. '30 Johnson, Gordon E. '59 Jones, Ronald L. '73 Jones, Sam P. '49 Jones, Vernon T. '53 Kamper, Oliver W. '35 Kassay, Andrew W. '32 Kasten , Raymond O. '43 Kay, William W. '33 Kemper , Claude L. '24 Kent, Herbert E. '51 Kent, Nevada A. III '53 Kent, William D. '43 Kentnor, Charles B. Jr. '24 Kessler, Harry H. '24 Kettler, Gerald J. '65 Kieffer, Alonzo R. III '59 Kind, Daniel A. '42 Klaus, Irving '50 Knearem, James L. '53 Kosten, Harold W. '60 Kovach, John J. '50 Kramer, Ralph H. '66 Kronst, Edwin F. '52 Kru eger, Harold A. '44 Kum mer, Frederick S. '55 Lambeth, Jennings R. '41 Lapiere, Gilbert H. '27 laplante, Allan H. '63 Lasko, Helen D. Lawson, Lynn D. '69 Leaver, Harvey B. '48 Leber, Walter P. '40 lee, Walter '53 lehmann, Charles F. '51 Lindgren, Roy A. '23 Lipensky, Milan '53 Loveridge, Joel F. '39 Lusk , R. Ralph '27 Lyons, Helen L. '67 Lyons, John H. '42 Mackaman, Frank Marosek, Charles F. '61 Marshall, Donald W. '50 Martin, Dan W. '52 Martin, Kent W. '42 *Deaceased

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Matlack, Fred P. '25 McBride, Mrs. Roy N. McConnell, William F. '42 McCurdy, Belding H. '38 McGhee, Vernon T. '42 McKee, Jack B. '41 McKelvey, James M. '45 McKelvey, Ralph E. '48 McNutt, Mrs. V. H. '67 Mendell, Robert H. '50 Miles, Aaron J. '30 Miller, Herbert W. '57 Minton, Robert C. '58 Mitsch, George L. '40 Monsch, Henry D. '29 Montgomery, R. Gill '35 Mooney, Edward W. '50 Mooney, Joseph W. '39 Moore, Ronald T. '71 Morgan, J. Derald '65 Mueller, George E. '39 Mulyca, Walter C. '65 Munger, Paul R. '58 Murdock, Kenneth D. '62 Murphy, James J. '35 Neustaedter, James A. '43 Nevins, Marvin E. Jr. '41 North , John E. '73 Otto, Richard M. '49 Ozawa, Jack K. '45 Ozorkiewicz, Ralph L. '69 Page, Clifford F. '31 Painter, John L. '50 Palmer, Clarence C. '40 Patterson, Jerome D. '61 Paul. James R. '43 Perry, E. L. Roy '40 Perry, Norris W. '68 Pfeifer, Herman J. '36 Plan Ie, Theodore J. M. '40 Polakowski, David R. '74 Potter, Charles J. '29 Priebe, Franklin D. '40 Reese, Thomas H. Jr. '34 Richardson, James K. '32 Rieke, Vernon W. '~O Riggs, W. Robert '32 Rixleben, Bruno '23 Robbins, Irvin D. '48 Roberts, J. Kent '50 Roberts, S. Kent '69

Rooks, Joseph L. '73 Rothband, Paul B. '43 Rouse, Richard O. '62 Schafer, Robert P. '52 Schamel, Mrs. Walter S. Jr. Schlensker, John A. '55 Schmoldt, Hans E. '44 Schork, John E. '47 Schrenk, Walter T. '58 Schuette, Louis H. '29 Schuler, Leonard L. Jr. '49 Schwarz, Arthur S. '32 Scott, James J. '50 Sedivy, Miles '08 Senne, Joseph H. '51 Sevick, Joseph G. '49 Sewell, Jerry T. '71 Shah, Bharat R. '64 Sharp, Everett W. '40 Sievert, Gary F. '67 Skitek, Gabriel G. '43 Smith, Edward A . '24 Smith, Harlan D. '48 Smith, Hubert R. '48 Smith, James A. '47 WHEN THE ALUMNI ASSOCIA· TlON WAS YOUNG, LIFE MEM· BERSHIPS WERE SOLICITED TO FINANCE THE ORGANIZATION. THE FOLLOWING ALUMNI HOLD PAID UP LIFE MEMBERSHIPS: Bowers , Carlos Gehert '24 Bro wn . Jo hn Stallard '17 Cra w f ord . E. A. '2 9 DeCous er , Kur t Herman '22 DeV o lve . A lbert Steihler '43 Forgotson , James Morris '22 Fr ame , Wayne Shannon '23 Gi bson , Do ddr idge Graham '23 Gr im m . C. James '30 Halasey , Francis Richard '22 Harbison , Lynn '23 Kemp e r . Claude les ter '24 Miller, jO hn Charles '16 Neal , Kenne th Robeso n '30 Paller , Ch arles Jackson '2 9 Reilly , John Hende r son Gay ' 17 Smith , Hueston M e rriam '38 Swift , Ro), Erwi n '3 4 Wa nen macher , Josepb M ' 23 Wheel e r Ern e st St e rl in g '2 2 Wheel er Jenn ie '22

EACH HAS A PERMANENT PLACE ON TH E HONOR ROLL OF DONORS. THANK YOU, a ll .

Snowden, J. Russell '47 Sou It, John P. '39 Spanier, Lawrence A. '50 Springer, Frederick M. '49 Staples, Guy W. '26 Stephens, James W. '47 Steury, Janet A. '70 Steury, Thomas D. '70 Stevenson , Gerald L. '59 Studebaker, Donald J. '43 Stueck, C. F. P. '43 *Sverdrup, Leif J. '52 Swanson, Kenneth A. '59 Tappmeyer, Ronald A. '47 Taylor, Otis H. '42 Thomas, Charles A. '65 Thomas, George H. '43 Thompson, Dudley Thompson, Jack H. '52 Toliver, Jack E. '57 Tomasek, Anton J. '6 3 Toomey, John B. '49 Topper, Robert L. '4 1 Tucker , Armin J. '40 Valerius, Claude N. '25 Van Dover, R. Bruce '67 Van Eaton, Charles W. III '48 Wanenmacher, Joseph M. '23 Ward, Charles C. '40 Watkins, Paul A. '48 Watkins, Wesley S. '73 Wattenbarger, Chris M . '41 Webster, Royal S. Jr. '55 Weinel, Ernst A. '44 Weis, Carl J. '43 Werner, Edwin J. '49 Werner, Roy C. '44 Wheeler, Ernest S. '22 Wheeler, Jennie L. '22 Wheelock, Leroy K. '52 Whitworth, Virgil L. '23 Wicker, Dave A. '44 Wiethop, ~ussell H. '32 Wilkerson, Augustus B. '23 Wilson, Joseph M. '21 Wissler, Louis B. '43 Wolf, Robert V. '51 Zo ller, Henry E. '23 Zoller, Victor H. '43 *Deaceased

The Century Club Certificate reads: "An organization of alumni fou n d ed on May 27, 196 7 to aid and support the University of Missouri - Rolla through substantial gifts to the Alu.mni Association Annuai A lumni Fund."

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Honor Roll 1976 Annual Alumni Fund Roster of Contributors Class listings Reflect Multiple Degrees Held by Danars.

CLASS OF 1903 HAUENSTEI~ ,

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CLASS OF 1905

WILLIAMS, BRUCE CLASS OF 1907

FEL LOWS , AUBREY P. PERK I NS, WILLI AM C. CLASS OF 1908

SEDIVY, Mi lE S CLASS OF 1910

BODMAN, JOHN W. HARLAN , J OHN D. CLASS OF 1911

CODY , BEN JAMIN H. DETWEILER , MI LAN H. GREENE, EVA HIRDLER TOWN SEND , FRANK E. CLASS OF 1912

FORD, HARO LD P . GRoSBERG , ALEXANDER WILLMOTT, MI LLER E.

~RAME, WAYNE S. GA TT S , W I LLlA~ P. GREGG , JhMES L. oKALEY , CHARLES B. LI NDGREN , ROY A. ~ooRE , B. HAM I LTON MURPHY , RAYMOND E. PESoUT , ED WA RD REMMERS , WALTER E. R I XLEBEN, BRUNO SIMRA LL, R IL EY M. TE I S, KE NE TH R. WANENMACHER, J OSEPH M. WERNER, WALTER A. WHEELER , ERNEST S. WHEELE R, JENNI E L. WHI TW OR TH, VIRG IL L. II 11. KERSoN, AUGUST US B. l l ~' MERMAN~, DEE lo LL ER , HENRY E.

CLASS OF 1924

ANDRE WS, J . LEW I S CLASS OF 1913 CASEY, WALTER E. KNAPPENBERG ER, WILLI AM R. COUR TNEY, ROBER T ~. CLASS OF 19,. DIER KING , GEORGE T. S I MRAL L , RIL EY M. GABLER, GEORGE C. WEBSTER , JOHN N. JETT, JAMES E. CLASS OF 1916 KEMPER, CLAUDE L. ADAMS, BERNARD W. KENTNoR, CHAR LES B. JR. DEU TMAN, EARL G. KESSLER, HARR Y H. LUMAGHI, OC TA VIUS L. KNIGHT , WILLIAM E. H. MC CARTNEY , WiLLIAM H. LOVETT, I SRAE L H. MILLER, JOHN C. MC BRIAN , RAY VOGEL, HERMAN H. REMMERS , WALTER E. CLASS OF 1917 • SCO TT, GU Y R. BODMAN, J OHN W. SMI TH, EDWARD A. HAUENSTEIN , FREDER I CK TEAS , HOWARD J. POR TER, GEORGE S. WEIMER , W. HENRY TEAS, HOWARD J. WILSON, J OSEP H M. CLASS OF 1918 WRIGHT , WILFORD S . DoE~NECKE, HENRY W. CLASS OF 1925 SCHEURER, LEROY R. ATKI NSON, MARION L. JR . WE I SER , HANLEY H. BERR Y, HUGH R. CLASS OF 1919 BROWN IN G, BER TIE L. *DURNING , W.C . BURNET , LE O L. L oT~MAN , WALTE R F. EAGAN, THOMAS E. CLASS OF 1920 GA I NES, GEORGE D. BARNARD, CHAR LES R. GoDW I N, Wi LLI AM BASH , DAVID A. .HASSELMANN , KARL F. HoPPDCK , HARLAND H. HAUCK , WILLIAM F. HOWALD , ARTHUR M. HE l M, CARL J . PIETSCH, PETER H. HEITMANN , ALBERT L. SCHUMAN , EDWIN K. IRVIN G, CHA RLES C. TERRY, MARK L. KUECHLER, ADO LP H H. WE I SER , HANLEY H. MA TLACK, fRED P. *lIESENIS S, HARRY W. MILL ER, EDWiN L. JR . NEEDHAM , ALBERT B. CLASS OF 1921 PAS LEY, JAME S L. BADoL LET, MARION S . SCHNEEBERGER , FRED C. LLOYD, SAMUEL H. SCHRAMM, HERBERT o . MILLER, EDWIN L. JR. MILLER, JOHN C. SHAY, DAN IEL C. VALERIUS, CLAUDE ~ . NEEDHAM, ALBERT B. ROH LOFF, JOSEPH H. WARD , RONALD D. CLASS OF 1926 TAYLOR, F . HUSTON B I RCHARD , HARRY C. WILLIAMS, ANV I L C. BROWNING, BERTIE L. WILSON, J OSEPH M. CRAW FORD , JAMES D. CLASS OF 1922 GAMMETER, ELMER ACKERS, ALBERT L. GA MMETER, ERWIN CASE, WALKER E. GOD WI N, WI LLIAM CHRISTNER, GLE J. GO FF, IRA N. DEUTMhN, EARL G. KENNEDY, DAN IEL FORGOT SON, JAMES M. KITCHEN , CHARLES L. HUFFMAN, DANIEL E. JR . LINoENAU, ED WARD M. LEONARD , HOMER L. MOORE, JAMES P. LON G, A.E . ROOD, JOHN A. MACHIN, EDWIN G. SHORT, W. I RW I N MC CARTNEY, WILLIAM H. SM IT H, C. CABANNE ROHLOFF , J OSEPH H. STAP LE S, GUY W. SCRUBY, HORACE D. rHOMAS, HARO LD S . WHEELER, ERNEST S. TYRRELL, MORRIS L. WHEELER, JENNIE L. .IL SON , JOSEPH M. JR. LlASS OF 1923 CLASS OF 1977 ADAMS, BERNARD W. ABBErr, ROBERT W. CAMPBELL, E. TAYL OR BADll LlET, MARION S. CHoMEAU, HENR I BARNARD , ALBERT E. DORRIS , MILBURN L. FORD, RAGAN dASH , DAVID A.

BOSSER T, HARRY F. GAMMETER , ELMER HERRELL , R. R. KN IGHT, WILLIAM E. H. KRAFT , NED o . LUSK , R. RA LPH PARSONS , EDWARD W. PAUL , MURRAY J. REMMERS , WAL TER E. SIEVE~S, EDW I N R. SM ITH, JAM ES F. WEBER . PAUL WE I SS . CLARENCE B. WIL SON , J OSEPH M. JR. CLASS OF 1928

BAUMGAR TNE R, RUPER T P. BOYER . PH I LLIP J. CORDR Y. CLETUS D. CRUMBAUGH . DAN I EL H. FAULK ER . EDWARD C. FREEMAN, CHAR LE S A. GROSS , HENRY E . GROSS . HOWARD H. HILL. ALBERT L. HIS TE D, HOWARD HODGDON , SAM D. JR. KILPATR I CK, HARO LD R. LAYNE, MARK B. MACHIN , WILLIAM B. MORELAND, HOWARD B. MURPHY , TH OMAS D. SCH WEI CKHARD T, WILL I AM K. SLATES. BUR L Y. SM ITH, J. WA RREN WARD . RONALD D• WEISS , CLARENCE B. CLASS OF 1929

CO IL, BEN JAMIN R. CRA YS, GLENN E. CRUM , E. JEFFERSON DI TTMER, RUSSE LL S . DRAKE , WI LLIAM L. DRESBACH , CHARLES H. ENGL I SH . TH OMAS o . FRo TSCHER , GUENTHER W. JOHNSON, CHARLES w. JONES, HA RLOW G. KEMP, ARTHUR H. KIRN , EMMET R. MoNSCH . HENRY D. MORR I S, ORVILLE W. MURPH Y. THOMAS D. PO TTE R, CHARLES J. SC HUETTE. LOUIS H. TALLEY . GEORGE W. WIL LIAMS ON . JOE JR . CLASS OF 1930

ALEXANDE R, VERNE DA VIS, WILLARD E. DILLINGHAM, MARION A. EAGAN. THOMAS E. HARVEY. EDW IN T. HoEMAN , ERW I N C. JENNINGS. CHARLES H. KIRKPATR I CK. HARRY F. KIRN. EMMET R. '1EEKA , EDWARD ~ILES. AARON J . NEA L. KENNETH R. oS TERW ALD . HERBERT R. PA YNE, ~ ICHAR D F. POTrER o CHARLES J. POWELL. EULALIE I. RO LLM AN • • ILLI AM H. SCHEER , HENRY O. SHEARER • .\NDREW C. STONE, S. ALLAN THOMAS. ~YRoN F. ClASS

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HEILIG, WARREN HERRON, HENRY R. HISTED, HOWARD HUFFMAN . DAN IEL E. JR . ~IRKPATRICK , RUEL L. MILES, AAR ON J . MITCHELL. ALF RED A. MURPHEY. ~AUR I CE F. PAGE , CLI FFORD F . ROSS , CHARLES E. SPERL lNG, ELMER J. STOKES, JAMES E. WADE , ROL LA T. WALTER , EDW I N G. • WENGER . FRANCIS E. JR. WILH IT E. CLYDE E. WILLI AMS . REX Z. CLASS OF 1932

BER TRAM, RICHARD A. BRE WER, WI LLIAM CASE Y, WAL TER E. DAV I S , STUART L. ELSEA , CARL A. EPPERSON. ERNEST R . GA"METER . ELMER GI BBS , HAROLD L. HoEMAN, ARTHUR J. HORN. REX r. J OHNSON , LEON K. KASSA Y, ANDREW •• KAY, WI LLIAM T. MACKLIN, FLOYD S. MAYS, WILLIAM R. MC CRE I GH T, RICHARD L. ME YER . HE~RY W. MONROE. RE X PAS LEY. JAMES L. PO LLA K, JOHN A. REID , ALLEN J. ~HoADES . ROBERT P . R I CHARDSON . JAMES K. RI GGS . w. ROBERT RoESSER , ROBER r J . RUNDER . RAYMOND H. SCHWARl , ARTHUR S. SCO TT, GU Y R. SPER LI NG , ELMER J. TH OMPSON . HOMER F. WIETH oP , RUSSE LL H. CLASS OF 1933

ABBE TT, ROBERT W. ASHER . VERNON L. BEINLICH . ALFRED W. BER TH OLD. CLARENCE F . BOR CHERS. RAYMOND W. COGHILL , WILLIA~ W. DO L L, ELLEN W. DRESSER . THORPE EDGAR, M. USSELL FARMER, JOHN O. GROSS . BERNARD JR . HIBBITS, LOWELL A. JABSEN . WI LLIAM J . KAClMAREK . THE ODORE B. KAY . WILLIAM W. KOOPMANN, WILLIAM J R. LA~BUR , CHARLES H. LAMERS . CLARENCE w. LENl . wiLLIAM H. LONG, DON M. MC Do~ALO . JA~ES F. ~ERCHIE , LEO H. MUSSON . GEORGE H. ROEMER , EL MER A. SEI BER LI NG . THEODORE D. WILLIAMS . ARTHUR J. JR. CLASS OF 1934 ~ ~S rlER , HAROLD R. dRASAEMLE. RAY I. BROWN . BURAN W. COGHILL , WILLIA~ W. ~ UNNINGHAM , ROBERT L. CUTLE~,

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FORD, HoMoR T. J R. GROSS, HENRY E. HEDGES, WI LLIAM E. HEIN , EDWIN A. JACKSON , LE~OY H. J OS LIN. LE COMP TE KRUSE, CORNEL I US W. MA I SE . CLEMENS R. MC KINLEY . JOHN H. ~C REYNO LDS . ELM ER L . PoESE , LES TER E. ~EESE. THOMAS H. JR. SACKEWITl , ROBERT A. SPRIN ER. wiLLIAM R. STEWART . THOMAS J. JR • SULLENTRUP , LEO J. TUTTLE, LAUREN P . 'EIGEL . ROBER T C. WESTERFE LD. WILFRED W. CLASS OF 1935

BUCK . ROBER T H. CAMPBELL. WILLIAM J . CO LMAN, HOWARD 6 . DU DLEY. ED WIN L. DUT TON . DONNE LL W. EDGAR , MAX E. ENG LI SH . THOMAS D. GAMMETER . ERWIN HAFFNER , HAROLD J . HoEMAN . ARTHUR J. HoEMAN . ERW I N C. HOFFMAN, E~ IL D. JOHNSON . ROBER T w. KAMPER , OLI VER w. KENNEDY . DAN IEL KNO LL, RUDO LPH J. MC DILL . WILLIAM H. MC DONALD, COLL I NS H. ~ONTGoMER Y. R. GI LL MURPHY. JAMES J . NJLDE . GEJRGE r. J R. R I CHARDSON , JAMES K. SOLOMON . ~USSELL C. CLASS OF 1936

BARROW . CAR LT ON W. BEARD , READE M. BURGOYNE , MARGARET CHAPMAN . ROBER T T. DA ILY. EUGENE J. DENNIS . WILLIAM E. FISS. EDWARD C. HOENER . ALAN J . HOFFMAN , RICHARD H. HOUSEKNECHT , PAU L D. KI RCHOFF , ELMER MENEFEE. JAMES H. MI CHEL, HILBER T F. ~ILLICE . CARL T. JR . ~Ar I ONS , GEORGE D. ~ICH o LSoN, HARVEY L. PFE IFER, HERMAN J . PRANGE . ROBERT L. ROY . EDWARD A. SCHWALBER r, WILLIAM H. SEIBERLING . THEODORE O. S I MMONS , ROBERT W. rHOMPSON , HOYT G. CLASS OF 1937

APPLEYARD. FRANK C. BENNER . CHARLES F. qoMMER , THEODORE J . 30SSER T. HARRY F. gREUER. WALTER F. "ROWN. dURAN .. . ;'RDE TTI. RI CHARD J . CARROLLA. ROSS ~ . JoNNELLY . WARREN L . i;REW I S . OSCAR E . (. RlM ,"1.

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RO DMAN, WILFR ED K. SCHAUM BURG . GRAN T W. TAYL OR , MA RSHAL L w. TUTTL E, LAUREN p. VDG T, FRED K.W. WILLI AMS, REX Z. ClASS OF 1938 BALLMAN, EDWARD A. CAMERON , CHAR LES V. CAR DE TTI, RICHARD J. CLAYT ON , CHA RLES L. ELLI S , J. CRAIG FER NANDEZ, HORACI O A. GOODRICH, FRANK N. HILL, EUGENE F. JAR BOE, RUPER T A. KAY, WI LLI AM W. KUH LMANN , HENRY W. J R. MAISE, CLEMENS R. MC CURDY, BE LDIN G H. MED LEY , RAYMOND R. MO RR I SON , FREDER I CK MURPHY, J OSEPH H. NI CKE L, ME LVI N E. PEUKER T, NORMAN L. ROGER S , RAY MOND H. SHOR T, JOHN A. SPOTTE, IRVIN C. THOMPSON, HO YT G. WRIGHT , WILFORD S. CLASS OF 1939

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BARG ER, HUBERT S. BEACH , J OHN G. BOORKY, MORR I S BOU LSON, CHAR LES E. BROWN , ROY G. CARTER, ROBERT A. CLARI DG E, ELMDND L. CRECELIUS, HERBERT F . DIE FFENBACH, ROBERT P. ODDS , STUAR T DRESBACH , CHA RLES H. ELLI OTT, EDW AR D E. ELLI OTT, LEWIS C. EL LI S, WILLIAM R• FI NLEY , THOMAS J. JR . HA~SELL, THOMAS L. J R. HE ISER, FREDER IC K W. HO FFMA N, RAY E. J R. JACO BS, JAMES H. JA MI SON, MARS HALL V. J OHNSON, E. HERBER T KI DD, HAR OLD S . KIRKPATRICK , HARRY F. KRUSE , COR ELIUS W. LI NTNER , CARL w. UVINGS TON , ROB ERT G. LOVERIDGE , J OEL F. MC CAW, JACK MOON EY , J OSEPH W. ~OORE , J ACK W. MUEL LER , GEORGE E. MUSSEL L, WA LT ER E. POHLMANN , EDGAR F. RHODES , A.E . RDAR I G, WI LBERT A. ROE, LAWRENCE A. ROLLMAN , WILLI AM H. RUNYAN , J AMES R. SIEGRIST, KERM I T A. SM IT H,- LEROY E. SOULT, JOHN P . SPALDING, JO HN V. STOJEBA, THA DDEUS S. TAYLOR, FRED N. TETLEY, ALBERT L. VANDERGRrF-F . WILL ARD C. WATERS , WADE D. WILU AMS , ARTHUR J . J R. CLASS OF 1940

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ALE XANDER, WIL LI AM C. ALFO RD , REX BARCLAY, JAMES M. BAUMSTARK , WALTER A. BRAUN, STEVE S . BROWN, GUY J R. BUCK, WILMER E. BURNETT , RICHARD W. BURNS , RUB LE E. COTTE RILL, CARL H. DEN NIE, POWE LL A. DENNI S , BEN JAMIN A. J R. DONAHUE , JA MES B. DOWLING , PAUL To END ERSON , WILlIA~ A. -Deoc eosed

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FERRE LL, J AMES O. FORT, GEORGE E. GR IFF ETH, THOMAS J. GUN D, RUSSE LL A. HALL, CHAR LES E. HEISS , EDWARD W. HERZOG , ALOY S IU S R. HIL L, EUGENE F. J ACOBS, JA MES H. K l OWELL, ALBERT L. KIES LER, A. JAME S KLUG , J OHN R. LAD D, HARLEY W. LEBER , WALTER P. LES LI E , J ULIUS C. MACHMER , FERDINAND G. MARK LEY, J OHN S . MILL ER , EDGAR S . JR. MIT SCH, GEORGE L. OLCO TT, EUGENE L. O'NEILL , J OHN J. JR. PA LMER , CLARENCE C. PAR I SH , GER AL D A. PERRY , E.L. ROY PLAN J E, THE ODORE J.M. PRIEBE , FRANKL I N D. R I DLEY , ROBER T P . RI EGE, LYNN J. R I EKE , VERNON W. ROSE , CO LI N G. ROSS , PAUL F. RUEFF , EDWARD L. SHARP , EVERE TT W. SMO THERS , WILLIAM J . SUMMERS , HUEY TUCKER, ARM I N J . UNGER , VERNON E. WARD , CHARLES C. WEBER , AR THUR J R. WERNER , WALTE R A. WILSON , J AMES C. YOUNG, WILLI AM P . CLA SS OF 1941

AOAMS. WA SH I NG TON AN DREAE , ANDREAS A. BENNE TSEN, WAYNE J . BOT TCHER , HERMAN F. BOU RNE , WILLI AM H. Bo n , EUGENE P. BUTCH , EDMUND R. CLARIDGE , ELMOND L. CLARKSON , CHARLES F. COCHR AN. ANDREW A. COUCH, G. ROBERT CRECELIUS , DONA LD G. CROCKE TT , WILLIA M E. DRES TE , J EROME P. FALKINGHAM , DONA LD H. FARRELL , EDWARD C. FICK, ARMIN F. FINLEY , FRED W. GARONE R, J OHN W. I I GR I SHAM, MARV I N C. HACKER , ALDEN G. HARDINE, KENNE TH L. JR. HOENER , FRED H. JENSEN, JA ,~ES W. KIND, CAR L G. LAMBETH, J ENNIN GS R. LOV ERI DGE, WARREN L. MC KEE , JA CK B. MENTZ , FRANK H. J R. MORRIS, WILLI AM 1. NEVINS , MARV I N E. JR . PACE , GEORGE M. ~AU TL £R , AN THON y C. PUE TZ, WILLI AM M. RHODES, RI CHARD G. ROGERS, FRANK LI N B. ROUX , J A~ES R. SCHOEN THALER , ROBER T SM ITH, FL OYD P. SPRINGER , JAMES J. STEWART, DANIE L R. STRA WH UN , JOSEPH O. TOPPER , ROBER T L. WAMPL ER , HAR OLD R. WA TT ENBARGER, CHRIS M. WYA TT, DE MARQUIS D. CLASS OF 1942

AXM ACHE R, GEORGE W. BLANKENSHI P, GIL BER T H. BRACKBI LL, ROBERT M. BRILL, NIL ES K. BROUK . RALPH H.

BUSCH , WILLI AM D. CAS TL EMAN , JOHN H . CLARK , HU GH M. CROOKS TON, J AMES FA~ME R , J OHN O. FU LL ER , J ULI AN A. GU IL FOY , ROBER T F. Hf4AS ,

HARO LD W.

HAGAR, BAILEY w. HILL, WILLI AM E. J R. HILLERY , CHAR LES M. HUGHES , THOMAS A. JOHNK , CARL LA. JONES , THOMAS A. KARBOSK Y, J OSEPH T. KI ND, DANIE L A. KI NG, wE LBY M. KI SSL I NGER , FR ED KLOERIS , PAU L W. J R. KRUEGER, H4RO LD A. LYONS , J OHN H. MAR TI N, KEN T W. MC CONNE LL, WI LLI AM F. MC DONALD, JAMES F . MC GHEE , VERNON T. MITCH ELL, J IM L. MUSKOPF , OSCAR M. NEUBER T, RA LPH L. NE VIN, JAMES R. J R. NI COLA , NI CK S . OLDE , FRED W. PEW ITT, BI ON D. POH L, ROBER T A. RASSIN I ER , EDGAR A. SANDH4US , ELMER H. SCHM ITT, JOSEPH B. SCHO WALTER , KENNE TH A. SC HUMAN, AUST I N E . SH4FFER , J AMES W. SHOCK LEY , GI LBER T R. SMOTH ERS , WILLI AM J. STEWAR T, ALEXANDER L. TA Yl OR , OTI S H. VAN NOS TRAND , ROBER T G. WAOE, DE LL C. WEID LE, BEN E. WITT , JACK A. WOLFF, LE ONARD C. ZOL LER, JA COUES W. CLASS OF 1943

ADA MS, J OSEPH To AM LI , HAROLD E. ANDERSON , WILLIA M R. BALLINGER, HOME R J . BELLIS, MAUR I CE O. BERNDT , J OSEPH P. JR . B I ER~ANN , EARL E. BO TT OM , J AMES H. CHR I STENSEN, DOUGLAS N. CO MA NN , R. KENT CO OL I DGE , DONA LD J . DRESSEL , WA LDEMAR M. DRES TE, FRE D E. JR . DUR HAM , HOWARD W. DURPHY . CLYDE A. EHRL I CH , ROBER T L. FINCH , RAY MO ND R. FLEI SCHLI, JA CK E. FLOOD , H. WILLIAM FR EEMAN, CHA RLES A. FR I S , EDWARD S . GI MSON , wILLI AM H. JR. GLOV ER, J AMES HANNA, ROBERT L. HUSEMAN , DONA LD J. J OH ANNES , E. GEN T JOHN SON , J AMES C. KAS TEN , RAYM OND O. KENDA LL, ED WA RD T. J R. KEN T, WILLIA M D. KER PER , MA TT HEW KEY , ENOS L. KR ILL, FRANCIS M. KRU MM EL. CL YDE H. JR. LAMBELE T, CLARENCE A. LAR SON , LEONAR D N. MAR LOW , MAX L. MC CORM I CK , CHARLES S. MC MATH, ROBERT P. MEYER, ORVILLE L. NEUS TAE OTER, J AMES A. PAU L, JAM ES R. QU I NN , PA TRI CK D. RASMUSSEN . RENE K. RO TH BAND , PAU L B.

SCHUMANN , LL OYD C. SHAFER , JACK L . J R. SHOR T, DONA LD H. SK IT EK , G4BRIEL G. S T UDEBAKE~ , DONA LD J. STUECK, C. F. P. THOMAS , GEORGE H. WE I S , CAR L J . WERNER , RO Y C. WI LMS , J OHN o . WILS ON , WIL LI AM J R. WI SS LER , LOUIS B. WRI GH T, CL ARENCE J. ZO LL ER , VICT OR H. CLASS OF 1944

ADA MI CK, HENR Y S . AL LEN, EUGENE K. BANKS , ROBER T L. BR IDG E, LORRA I NE F . BRODHACKER , J OHN w. CARM I CHAEL, RON ALD L. CLAR K, WIL LI S H. DO WD, J AMES D. GOE TEMANN , EDW I N C. GOS TI N, J Al1ES D. GRECO, DOM I NI C A. GRIFFI THS , JOHN W. HANSEN , J. RI CHAR D HEIDENRE I CH , ROGER H. HELBERG, WARREN W. HOEMAN , ERW I N C. I SENMA~N, ED WA RD S . KAS TEN , PAUL R. KLORER , ROBER T W. KOZENI , DON K. LA RSON , WA RREN L. PLOESSER , ALAN P. RUD I SAILE , HAR OLD J. SANDERS , LINCOLN A. SC HMOLDT, HAN S E. SC HOE NE BERG , KENNETH W. SH ORT ,

J OH N A.

S I EVERT, O. MORRIS SJOBERG, JOHN W. SM IT H, P. GENE SMOTHERS , WILLIAM J. STALEY , GLENN L. SUMMERS , ROBER T F. WEINEL , ERNS T A. WI CKER , DAVE A. CLASS OF 1945

BLA SE , EDW I N w. BO YD, RO Y H. KAR L F. KAS TEN , VERNON L. KAWAGUCH I, MAKO TO J. MC KELVEY, JAt1ES M. MILT ON , OSBORNE OZAWA , J ACK K. RAN KI N, ROBER T C. SC HMID T, ROBER T F. SHANK , EARL M.

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CLASS OF 1946

BURKE , G"ORGE E. CL AYT ON, AUS TI N B. CONN ETT, ROBERT p . DOISY , RICHARD J. FESLE R, CARNEY C. FULLER , JUL I AN A. J ONES , RAYMOND B. MANN. ROBER T L. MEYER , DON4 LD I. OLSEN , OSCAR M. RU TL EDGE , WILLIAM A. WILHELMS, KENNETH M. ClASS OF 1947

ADRIA N , KENNE TH G.

ANOERSEN , FRED L. BELEW, ELMER w. BR I XI US, J OHN L. BROWN, DALE J. BRUNS , ROB ER T F. BRUZEWSKI , ROBERT F. CARAF I OL , GIL BER T J. CAR LT ON , PAUL F. CARMI CHAEL, RONA LD L. CHRI STI ANSEN , CA~L R. COLE , RI CH ARD E. CROOKSTON, JA MES D4M ERON , HARR Y C. DUNHAM , RO Y H. EI NSPAN I ER, BERNARD J . ELLERMAN, WILLIA~ E. ELLI S , W. ASHLEY FASER, JACK F.

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LAM BELE T, CLA RENCE A. LAP I ERE , GIL BER T H. LARSON, LEON AR D N. *LEWIS, DWI GHT E. LIT TLE, J. ED WA RD LI VINGST ON , ROBER T G. MANSFIELD, HERMAN MC KI NN I S, CHA RLES L. J R. MILL ER , EBERHARD H. MITC HE LL, RI CHARD K. MOE LL ER , LES TER K. PERRYMAN , GEORGE I. J R. P I ERCE , THOMA S R. POMERO Y, CHES TER M. SCHM IT Z. R ICHA RD L. SCHORK , J OHN E. SHEPPARD , KE IT H D. SM IT H. J AMES A. SNOWDEN , J. RUSSE LL STEPH ENS , J AMES W. STORER , HERMAN M. TAPPME YER , RONALD A. WAGNE R, GEORGE H. WE GENER , WIL BER T F. WY LI E , JAMES E. CLASS OF 1948

ANDERSON , WALT ER F. BAERVE LOT, ROBER T F. JA CK S . BERME L, PE TE R F. BILLY, J OSEPH H. BOE LL ER , EMERY L. BR ADF ORD , VI CTOR L. BRASSF I ELO, HENRY C. BROWNI NG , PH IL A. CHA NEY, J AMES B. COPE LAND , A. EUGENE CROSBY, R. AL LEN D~ L ANY , MI CHAEL J. DOE LL lNG, ROBER T F. F I ELDS , LE STER E. F I NE , MORR I S F I SHER , JAME S R. FU LL ER, LEROY W. GAUERKE , RE I NHAR T C. GEVECKER , ROBER T V. GR ADY, WILLIAM J. J R. GR IE SSEN , J OHN III GR I GSB Y, HARR Y G. HALEY , COMER C. HA MMA NN , J OHN W. HARTMAN , WILLIAM V. HASKO, STEPHEN HE LD, ROBER T E. HEL LWEGE. WI LLIAM H. HEPP, JOSE PH T. HEOUEMBOURG, FRANK D. JR. HOE Y, PAUL E. HOWE LL, RICHARD B. KEELE Y, GILBER T S . KREU TZ ER, ROBER T C. LAWSO N, VERNON R. LEAVER , HARVEY B. LIKEN S , JOHN w. MALONE, ALBER T V. MARCHAL , JA CQUES H. MATHEW S , DONA LD J. MA THEWS, WA LTER A. MC CORMACK, GEORGE E. MC KELVEY , RA LPH E. MC KINN I S , CHARLES L. J R. MI LLE R, EBERHARD H. MILLER, WILLIAM J. B AL ,~AT,

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MOL I NE , GORDO N H. MUE LLER , EDWARD E. O' NEILL, LAWRENCE F. PROC TON . ALBERT W. RAMSE Y, GEORGE H. RA Y, BI LLY B. RE MMERS, WALT ER E. ROBB I NS , I RVIN D. SCHAEFFER, WI LLA RD A. III

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1976 AI SC HMI DT, DONA L D G. SC HO ENEBERG , KENNETH W. SCHO L Z , ARTHU R E . S J OBERG , J OHN W. SMITH , DAVID G. S MIT H , HARLAN D. S MI TH, HUBERT R . SPH AR , CUR T I S W. STOECKER , Wi l BERT F . TA PPERSON , ARTHUR JR . TER RASSON , PAUL l. VAN EATON , CHA RLE S w. I I I VOG T , J OSE PH C . WATKI NS , PAU L A. WE I NE L, ERN ST A.

WHALEY,

HENRY P.

WHA NGER , JAM ES R. WOLFA RTH, TE D R. YOUN G , DONA LD A. CLA SS OF 1949

ANDERSON , GEORG E M. AUBUCHON , EDWA RD l. BA i lY , WALTE R E . BAUMAN, HARRY C. BA Y, ROBER T D. BERR Y, JE RO ME T. BlAN KEN MEI S T ER , ER WIN G. BO YER , ALEXAND ER A. BR ASSFIELD , HENR Y C . BREEZE , FRANCIS V. BRUZEWSK I, ROBER T F . CARNEY, W. DA L E CARPENTER, GORDON l . CARTE R , WIll I AM D. CHANE Y, JA~ES B. CHANG , J OHN W.

C IZE K , FRANK J . C L I FTON , J AME S G. COMS TOCK , ELBER T E . C DO LI 0 GE , WI L l I AM H. CO PEL AND , RO Y E . CO PL EN , RO Y I. J R . CR I TES , J OSE PH D . DALP I N I, DAVID DALY, TH OMAS E . DAN I E l l S , CHARLES P. DANZER, CAR L J . DAV I DSO N, CHARLES C. DE AN , DONA LD l . DEBO l T, DONA LD G. EICHE L BERGER , CHARLES E. EVANS , WILLIAM W. FENTZKE , A. DAN I EL , OS TER, JA CK D. FU QUA, J OHN H . GAMM ON , wIllIAM H. GEHRS , WIllI AM l . JR. GO LL ER , CAR L H . J R . GR EI G , J OSEPH E . HAG AR , BA I LEY w. HANSEN, RDSER T C. J ONES , OLI VER W. J ONES , SAM P . KE l AHAN , ROB ERT C. KEMPER , ROBER T J. KENNED Y , DANIE L K I MMICK , ED WARD J . KNECH T, WAl TER S . KNU TSON , ELM O G. KOMO TO , FRANK K. lAFFERTY, l OREN MAGRUDER , WIll I AM H.

MAR T I N , ROBER T l . MC CAl lI S T ER , OD I S L. JR . MC DONA L D, J OHN E . MENGE L , EDMUND l . MOR GAN , WI l lIAM A . MUL LI GAN , J OHN J . NOR MAN, AMOS OCHS , CA LV I N M. O TTO , R I CHARD M. PERK O, RO BER T A. P ERR Y , ROBER T C. PUFFE TT, BE TT I JEANNE M. R ATCL I FF , JOH N J . R E I CHE LT, ROBER T E . Re IllY , J OHN G . J R. RE I NKENSMEYER , NORMAN W. RE IS S , J OSEPH J. R I CE , O. PAUL ROO T, ROBER T l . ROSS, CHA R LES J . ROSS , HARVE Y O. SA KON Y I , F RANK W. S ARZI N , J ULIU S l. SCHAEFER, PAU L F. SCHM I TT , JAME S C . SCHO WALTE R , RALPH E . SCHU LE R , l EONARD l . JR. SEELIG , ALBERT F . J R . SEV I CK , J OSEPH G. SKITEK , GABR I EL G. SLAGH T, FREDERICK W. SPR ING ER , FR EDER I CK M. S TADELHOFER, J ACK S TE IN , J OH N E . S TRUBER T , J OE N. SU TT ON , GLEN W.

TEL THORST, EDGAR J . TE LT HO RS T , HAROLD fl . TIMM ER , DONA LD H. T I NDAll, ROBER T F . J R . TO OMEY , J OHN B . TRO TT ER , J ACK K. TUCKER , ARTHU R l . TW OMBlEY , ROBER T C . VAN MAERS SE N , OTTO l . VAN NOSTRAND , ROBERT G . VILES, LMJDON C. WEBER , AR T HUR H. WERN ER , ED WIN J. WHANGER , J AMES R. WI SSE L, CH ARLES K. CLASS OF 195 0

AGNEW , LEW IS E . JR . AGRON , AL B ER T M. ATCH IS ON , DAN I EL R . BABB IT T, J ACK R. BACH , WIL B ER T E . J R . B AGE , EARL A. BARS ACHS, ED WIN H. BE LEW, L EL AND F . BO ECKE R , F RED J R . BR AD L EY, KENNE TH R . BR E I T, KARL K. BRE UE R , D. WA LLAC E BR I NKMANN , CH ARL ES E. BR OWN, J OHN P . BRO WN, ROBER T N. BRO WN GAR D, B IL LY R . BUEL , ROBER T W. BYRD , HERMAN C . C ANTWELL , LAURENC E W. CHAMBERS , F RANK T.

C HE N, WI LLIE Y. CHOATE, ROBER T L . CLARK, WI L LIA M W. CLAYTON , ROY T. COCHRAN , MAR I ANNE CO LLI NS , WIl lIAM W. DA MP F, DONA LD P . DA S ILV A, AN I BA L J . DAV I DSON , EDW I N A. DE LA NEY , J OHN F. DE UTMA N , GEO RGE M. DDELllNG , ,O BER T F . DO LECK I , STANLE Y DR AKE, AVE RY A . J R . ECK , BERNARD J . E I SS I NG ER , KARLHEINZ ELL I OT T, JAMES O. ERB , ROB ERT D. ET Z . CARL E. JR . EVANS, J AM ES l . J R . EYBE RG , WAL BRIDG E P . FAHI EN . RAYMON D W. FARREY , HENRY B. FERR ERO , DOM I NIC FERRY, ROBER T S . F INCH , FRANK F OSS I , ROBERT L. F RE I ER T , MILTON A. GABELMA NN, WIL L I AM L . GEORGE, O. KENNETH GEVECKER , VE RNON A. C. GR AVE S , C. TA O J R. GRECO , LOUIS E. GRE EN , PAU L W. JR . GR EENBERG , AAR ON J . GREGORY . SCO TT H.

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Mech a nica l & Ae rospa ce Engi n ee ri ng Dept. UMR Campus Mrs. Wi llys Adk ins Burlington , MO Mr. & Mrs . Ken Asher Ro ll a Pat & Bill A tchley Morga n town , WV Mr. & Mrs. B. H. Bai ley Elmo , MO Mary Fra nces &Jerry Berry Roll a Mr. & Mrs. L. A. Beu tl er Towner , ND Cay Bram lett Ro ll a Tric ia & Larry Brewer Ro ll a Mi ldred C lodfe lter Lawren ce, KS Mr . & Mrs. Hubert Cobb Des Moines , IA Mr. & Mrs. Dud ley Cress Ro ll a Jean & Adrian Daane Rolla Mr. & Mrs . Charles Dani ells, Jr. Rolla Mr. & Mrs . Charles Dani ells, Sr. Roll a Denyse M . Davidson Rolla Darrow & Marian Dawson Ro ll a 16

Delta Ka p pa Gamm a Soro rity Sa lem, MO Paul N. Doll J efferson City, MO M. L. & Ire n e Dorris Co llinsville , IL J ohn & Carrie Ed wards Ka nsas City, MO W illi a m As hley Ellis Beth esda , MD Mr. & M rs. Elme r Ellis Co lum b ia , MO Mr. & Mrs. R ao ul Ferreri New York , NY T he Fi ntru p Fam ily Ro ll a Mr . & M rs. De lm ar Fowler Ro ll a Mr. & Mrs . Harold QFu ller R oll a Mr. & Mrs. Joe Funk Ro ll a Mr. & Mrs. George C. Gab ler Ro ll a Elmer Gammeter Beaver, PA Mr. & Mrs . Frank A. Gerig, Jr. Ro ll a Ve rnon & Mil dred Gevecker Ro ll a H. Neal Granneman Ro ll a Sarah C. Grawe Rolla

C. J a m es G rimm R oll a Aa ron C. H ailey R oll a Pe te &J oa n H a nsen R oll a Mr. & Mrs. H arold H arvey Elm o , MO Ma ry & J o hn H eagler R oll a Mr. & Mrs. Burns E . H egler R oll a Mr. & M rs. Leo Higley R oll a Mr. & Mrs. L aVerne Hubb ard Wa tertow n , SD Mr. & Mrs. H erbert Hutchings Bu rlingtonJunction , MO Mr. & Mrs. W illi a m S. J enks, Jr. Roll a Mrs. A lm a G. J ohnson Roll a O liver W . Ka m per Su n City , AZ Raymond O. Kasten Ka nsas City, MO Naom i & Billy Key Ro ll a Eve lyn Knepper Farm ington , MO Mr. & Mrs. Elvin Lam b Elmo, MO Mrs . J. B. Leach Rolla

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GURNEA. ROBER T F. HAAS. PAUL A. HAMM OND . GERA LD L. HA RRI S . WIL LI AM M. HAUSE R. MAX HAYM ES . WILLIA M G. HEI SLER . WiLLI AM B. HELLE R. ENR I QUE S. HELWI G. ARTHUR w. HERN AN. J OHN F . HIL LHO USE . DA VI D L. HO LL ENBACH . BERNAR D D. HOLLI S . Wi LLI AM HOLME . R. NOR MAN HOUK . CLA RENCE C. HOWELL. BEN NETT D. HUG HES . WILLI AM P . HUMP HRE Y. WA LDO D. I SBELL. CLARE NCE A. J R. IV ERSEN . REID E. JA MI ES ON , GEORGE W. JER MAN, THEODOR E I. J OHNSON, ED WA RD L. J OH NS ON, WARREN H. J ORCKE , OL I VER A. J UDAH , RUSSE LL J . KERR . RI CHARD H. KI NDER, DAV I D C. KI NG , DONALD T. KINGS LEY , DALE L. KLAUS , I RVIN G KNOW LE S , CAR L M. KOVACH , J OHN J. KRAI NESS , ALBERT M. KUN I, CHARLES O. KYBURZ , EDWARD P. LA.IRD,

HARRY W.

LARK I N, KENNETH P.

LAUMA ND . J AMES L. LAY, GEO RGE R. LIVI NGS TON , ROBER T G. LOCKE TT, DONA LD N. LUK ROFK A. LOVE LL J . MAB I E, GEORGE W. MAN N, CARL K. MAR I NKOV I C. SERG I O F . MARSHA LL, DONALD W. MAR TI NG , RI CHA RD E. MASON . ERN I E V. MATTLA GE , RAYMOND F . . Me GAUGHEY , CHARLES E. MC NI CHOLS , J OHN R. MC VEY , J OS EPH S . J R. ME I ER ,

HARVEY W.

MENDEL L, ROBERT H. MENGE L, WiL LI AM K. MI DD LETON , DOUG LAS F . MOONE Y. EDWARD w. MUE HRI NG , J OHN E. MURPH Y, WILL I AM L. NAGE L, LAWRENC E J. NE IDEL , ROGER A. NE US TAED TER , ROBER T H. N I CHOLS ,

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~1)8ER T S , J . KENT ROB I SON , LES LI E B. ROENFE LDT, HA RO LD R. RUENHECK . RAYMQND T. SAKON YI, J OHN J. SC HMI DT, ROBER T N. SCHN E I DER , ROBER T W. SCO TT. J AMES J . SERENO , LEROY F. SE TT GAS . ROBER T C. SEVER TSO N. VERNON S . SHA FFER , ROBER T B. S I LVER , S I DNE y S I MS , DALE E. SLACK , CLAYT uN F. SLUSHER , ROBER T C. SM I TH , MARV I N E. SM I TH , ROB ERT E. SPAN I ER , LAWR ENCE A. SPR I NGER , EVERE TT W. STARKE , ROBER T E. S TEVEN S . BI LL Y STRA I N. ROBER T A. STRAUSS , ERVIN J. SIU MA CHOW SK I, EDw i N R. THEE RMAN . HAR r LD B. THO MPS ON , HOMER F. TIB BS , HARO LD E. TIM MER . DON ALD H. TI NDALL , ROBER T F . J R.

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COLL I NS . WILLI AM w. CO MA NI CH, GEORGE W. :O MM ER FORD . GE ORGE E. DASENBROCK . AR TH UR A. DE AN. DONA LD L. DICKENS , RI CH ARD L. DONA LDSON , GEORGE R. DO WLI NG . NE AL B. DR YDEN . J OSEPH L. DU LBERG , IRV I NG DUNN, ER VI N E. DURRENB ERGER . J OSE PH W. EI SS I NGER . KAR LHE I NI ELBAUM , J ERO ME K. ELLI OTT, EDW I N G. ClASS OF 1951 ELW OOD . WILLI AM H. FA HS , DONA LD G. ANDERHU B, AN THONY P . FERRY , C. RO N ARNO LD, J OHN M. F DR NAR I, J OSE PH M. BA LDW I N, WiLL I AM M. BAL LES TER D, ANTON I O P. J R. FR IT SCHEN , HE RM AN A. J R. GABR I ELS" , RI CHAqD S . BARSACHS , ED WI N H. GA IL LARD , LUC I ANO A. BEC KMAN , CHAR LES A. GARD NER . J OHN E. J R. BEND ER , GERALD H. GI LLEN , DAV I D U. BLENDERMANN , GENE R. GI VENS , wi LLI AM A. BOD I NE , J ACK GLENN, DAV I D E. BOSC I A, FRANK J . GR OTHAUS , J OSEP H V. BO WKL EY. HERBER T L. HARPER . WI LL I AM S. BO YD, CHA RLES L. HARR I S , HENRY C. BR I LLOS , J OHN W. IIER LEY, DA VI D F . BROWNE , THOM AS C. HES TETUN E , DANIE L G. BRUNKHORS T, EARL R. HO LCOMB , LES TER w. BUE TT NER . ME LVI N A. HORS T. WI LLIAM E. BU LL OC K. RI CHARD L. HOUGHTCN , CLARK F. BU RN S . OTI S A. HUBBARD , JACK L. CAR THEW , DOUG LAS J . . HUFF , wAYNE F . CHAPPEL L. J OH N R. l RWl N , DAVID H. CHOATE, ROBER T L. J ACKSON , EAR L E. COBE N, DONA LD A. WARFI ELD, RAYM OND A. J R. WEGENER , wi LBER T F. WEHLI NG, HOWARD C. WEI DMA N, TH OM AS H. WE I NGAER TNER , J OHN W. WIL SON , GLENN E. WO J AN . CAR L E. WOLFRAM , RALPH E. WOOD , ROBER T C. WR IGH T, HAROLD R. WUN NENBE RG , DON AL D A. YOC HUM , KENNE TH H. ZER wECK , CAR L E. J R. ZI MMERMAN . DONA LD G. I VANU T, ALBER T J.

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Larry & Mildred Leaver Rolla Mr. & Mrs . Samuel H . Lloyd Rolla Vern & Betty Loesing Rolla Mr. & Mrs . A. E . Long Rolla Charles R. Mackaman Rolla Mr. & Mrs . Frank Mackaman Rolla Mr. & Mrs . Lawren ce E . May Rolla William H . McCartney Forbing, LA Mr. & Mrs . A. C . McC utchen Rolla Twilah & Robert McFarland Rolla Mr. & Mrs . Douglas McGregor Rolla Mrs. V. H. McN utt Helotes, TX Mr. & Mrs . Roy Moses Elmo , MO Ka rl & Marianne Muhlbauer Rolla Mr. & Mrs. Paul Munger Rolla Mr. & Mrs. Ed Murphy Rolla Mrs . Enoch R . Needles New Vernon, NJ

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Lee a nd Joanne Neumeier Rolla David H. Nicholson St. Louis , MO Mr. & Mrs. Paul E. Null R olla Tom &Jane O'Keefe Rolla Mrs . H arry S. Pence St. Louis , MO Barb & Bill Petrovic Rolla Frank B. Powell Lumber Co. Rolla Paul & Marth a Proctor Rolla Mrs. Ge rald Pruitt Elm o, MO Mr. & Mrs. R . E. R asmuson Rolla Charles & Agnes Remington Roll a Mr. Emmett M. Ritter Rolla Mr. & Mrs. J. Kent Roberts Roll a Helen & Rod Schaefer Rolla Sam & Lucille Schendel Roll a F. C . Schneeberger St. Louis , MO Walter & Irene Schrenk Rolla

The Sowers Family Rolla Mr. & Mrs. Emery Spangler BuriingtonJunction , MO Mrs. Mildred Spangler Elmo, MO Martha & Bill Stevens Rolla T he Swallow Fa mily Rolla Exie & Dudley Thompson Rolla Mr . & Mrs . Leslie Trettenero Rolla Selde n &Joyce Trimble Rolla Mr. & Mrs. Homer A. Tucker Rolla Mr. & Mrs. Hubert Twaddle Elmo , MO Claude Va lerius Shreveport , LA Mr. & Mrs . Don L. Warner Rolla Mrs. Mary Whited Elmo , MO Mr . & Mrs. F. S. (Jack) Wiley Rolla Rex Z. Williams Rolla Bob & Dottye Wolf R olla Leonard C. Wolff Columbia, MO 17


1976 ALUMNI FUND CONTRIBUTORS ______________________________________________________________________________ J EFFERS. PHILLIP E. KERR , H. CHALM ER S J R. KI NG , GE RAL D S . J OHANNESMEYER. HE RMAN M. KNOE AEL , R I CHARD H. KELLER . GE~ALO N. KEN T. HERBER T E. KRONS T, EDWIN F. KUMMER . FREDERICK S. KINANE . CYRI L M. KLEINKOPF. M. DEAN LUCID O. PETER J . ~ L INE. CHARLES R. MA DAY . DON AL D S. KNIG HT. GEORGE L. MARTIN. DA N W. MATS ON, DON D. KOLB. EUGENE F . LA TT IN . J UDSON M. MC INTY RE. J OHN F. LEHMANN . CHARLES F . MC KEE, WI LLIAM D. JR. LLEWELLYN . HENRY D. MESKAN, DAVI D A. MC EVILLY. WI LLIAM G. MICH ELOTTI . J OS EP H E. MC KEE. WIL LIAM D. J R. MOY , HONG S . MEL LOTT . ROBERT ~ . NO LAN , J OHN B. MIL LIGAN. EDWARD J . PAPE , EARL E. MON TGOMERY . DONALD D. PAT T O~ , DE NVER S. POTTER, VER NON C. NAPP . GORDO N E. OLDENBURG. TE O J. PRI ES T, J OHN E. O· NE I LL. JOH N J . JR. REEVES. ERN EST J . PACKHE I SE R. EU~ER D. R I CHAR DS, TURNER W. PARRISH . DAV I D D. ROS TER , EDWARD L. PENDER . PAU L S. RUMSEY , DONA LD A. P ERR YMAN. JOSEPH E. J R. RU TT INGER . AN THONY J. PHE LPS. RICHA RD C. SCHAFER , ROB ERT P. RI EDER . ROB ER T J . SC RIVNER , J . POGER ROBER . DONA LD L. STICK LE. DIRCK B. STOPKEY, WAL DE MA R D. RO LOFF . DON V. SCHM I DT . VERNON E. STR I TE , RUSSELL R. ,SVERDRUP , LEI F J. SCHOWA LT ER . RA LPH E. SCHUCHARD T. R OBE~T E. SWEENE Y, JAM ES R. TARR , CLARENCE M. SENNE . JOSEPH H. SH I ELDS . ROBERT W. THOMPSON . HOMER F. SHORT. WALLACE W. THOMPSON , J ACK H. TI MBROOK . PAU L W. S I ECK. ERVIN H. UNG ER, WALT ER H. S IL VER . MI LTON M. UTHOFF . ROBERT F. SIMPSON . THOMAS A. VAN BUSKI RK, LYMAN F. SKILES . JAMES J. VANCE , JAMES F. JR . SLANKARD . ROBERT C. VANDERH EYDEN , EUGEN E T. SMI TH. ROBER T J . WAK EFI ELD, ROGER E. S ,~ IT H. THOMAS E. WAL Z, ROBER T L. STATL ER. CLIFF ORD A. WEEKS , CHAR LES A. SUNDHOLM . AR THUR W. WESTERMAN. HOWARD W. TARANTO LA. BRUCE E. WHEE LOCK . LEROY K. TATOSIAN. VANAGAN TEAGARDEN . DWIGH T M. WIL LI AMS , DEAN N. WI NTON , MARK F. THE ERMAN . WIL BERT K. WO LF. ROBER T V. TOO MEY. J OHN B. WO LF BERG , LEON ARD H. TSAI. WILLI AM YAG ER, O. TI MKEN VAN BRA ME R. wILLIAM G. ZACHE L '~ E Y ER . NORMAN P. VANSANT. ROBER T E. ZEDA LI S . J OHN P . VE NAR DE. J ACK H. ClASS OF 1953 WAT ERS . CHAR LES R. WAT SON . HAR RY W. G. AUGUS TSON , LUTHER B. BAR TON . C. DEAN ';lI SE MAN . DONA LD E. WOLF. ROBER T V. BEND ER . J OHN H. WOOD LE . ROY G. JR . BERR Y. CHA RLES A. ZANE . ROBER T I. BO YD. MARVIN W. LEI D. MARV I N C. BUESCH ER . ROMUA LD L. CAL LAW AY, CHAR LES H. CLASS OF 1952 CAR L, RA LFH w. ALVA RADO . FRANK CRANE , HAR OLD R. BASL ER . FRANC I S S. CREAMER . EDWARD L. BAU ER . RI CHARD H. DILL, EARL R. BIL HE IM ER. E. LEE EDWARDS , GENE W. BOY LE, JAMES R. ENG LUND , JO HN O. CALC ATE RRA. ED WARD L. GJ ELSTEEN . THOR CHORNE Y, PE TER L. HANSEN , PE TER G. CH RI ST I ANS EN, CAR L R. HAYNES , MYRON B. CO LE , AL LAN A. HEEGER . CHAR LES H. COONCE , HOMER E. HE I NECK , DA LE W. COO PER . R I CHARD C. J ENK I NS . ROBER T D. COX . WILL ARD E. J ONES , VERNON T. CRA MER . KENNE TH L. J OST . ROBERT D. DAVI S , GEDALE D. KATZ , MANFRE D DE LUCCA . MI CHAEL J R. KEN T, NEVA DA A. I I I DRAKE , AVERY A. J R. KNEAREM, JAM ES L. DRUMMOND . FLOY D M. KNOBE L. EL WOOD L. EVANS , J OHN E . KOEDER IT Z. TH OMAS L. F IN K, CLY DE H. KRON ~ UEL L ER, WI LLI AM W. FINKLANG . J OHN W. KUSTER , RALPH L. FREIBERGER , HARO LD C. LABOUFF , GERALD J . HARR I S. WILL I AM M. LANG . EUGENE A. HAUSMANN, PAUL L. LEE . WALTE R HAUSNER, PAU L H. LE PDN I S . ANDREw E. HEWE TT , CHAR LES A. L I PENSKY , MI LAN HILL HOUSE , DAV I D L. LI SCHER , HARRY R. J R. HOCKENBURY . f1E LVIN C. MONTGOME RY. R. GILL HO LDMAN , LES LI E F . NELS ON. wILL I AM G. HON I GF ORT , HENR Y F. OBERSCHELP, wILLIAM F . HORST. WILLIAM E. PARK . WI LLIAM R. HYOIN GER , PAUL L. PA TTERSON . WI LL I AM E . JA CKSON . WAYNE D. PO SCHEL, EUGENE J . JENSEN, GUNTHE R T. PRIC KE TT , LL OYD C. JUS TUS , RICHA RD F. JR. QUAT RARO , WILLIAM KEIL. BYRO N L.

RO BBIN S , CLAY RO BERT S . JAMES F. SCHAFE R, RO BER T P. S~ITH . BERT L. S TROH BeCK . EU GE NE E. TH OMP SON , J AM ES E. TOPEL. MAUR IC E R. VIENHAG E. ROBER T P. WAGNER. FRED ERICK R. WI LL I S . HENRY R. YOUN G, JOHN C. CLAS S OF 195.4

ACE TO, WAYNE M. ALBU RTIS. CLAREN CE L. ANDERSON , DAVI D O. ASH LEY . WI LFORD {MO EI BAR YLSK I, MART I N w. BURG ETT , MAX A. CAMP EN, FREDE R IC K J. JR . CO LE. KEN NETH D. CONC I , FRANK R. CUST EAD, JER RY R. DOWEL L, JACK ~. ELLI S , EU GENE W. FOW LER. THO MA S REX JR. FU LLER , TH OMAS R. GEVECKFR , ROB ERT V. GRA Y, JOE E. HAER TLl NG , GENE H. HOR I NE , R0 8ERT A. HUGHES . J OSEPH B. HUGHES , JU DSON A. J R. J OHNS O ~ , C. SCO T'T JONES , J AMES C. J USK I E, 8ERNARD R. KE MP, AR TH UR H. I I I KO LB, RI CH ARD C. LI NCO LN. HERBER T E. II I LO, WING- CHEUK NORD LI NG . WI KTOR K. PILLI SCH , HERBER T P . SC HNE I DER , DONA LD O. S I PE , WI LLIAM E. SM I D, MI LT ON J. STEWAR T, WI LLI AM H. TOU TZ, JAMES O. WAGNER , FREDER I CK R. WATKIN S . J OSEPH S. YOUNG , ED WA RD H. J R. CLASS OF 1955

BAEB LER , AR THUR G. BA KE R. CHES TER H. BARNDS . CAMPBE LL C. I I I BERG , R IC HARD O. BOG UE, DON AL D R. BOLE . RA LPH E. BROADD US . WAYNE R. J R. BU LL OCK , RI CHARD L. CORCOR AN, THOMAS A. J R. CRUSE , RI CH ARD L. DEL AN EY, J OHN F. F ITZ WATER , ARTHUR V. FRANK L IN. JAMES M. GESS LEY , DONA LD GILLI AM , DA LE D. GODSE Y, TERR Y L. GROSSO, J OHN A. HAL Le TT, WI LLI AM M. HAUBO LD, RE INER G. HEWETT , CHAR LES A. J ONES , RI CHA RD L. KI CK HAM . LAWRENCE T. J R. KIN GS8 URY, RONA LD M. KRIEG . MARL I N F. KU MME R. FREOERICK S . LUEHR I NG , ELME R L. MART I N, RD 8 ERT J. MC AN I NCH . CHA RLES H. MC MORRI S . WIL LI AM L. III MIL ES . J OHN 8 . MILL ER, CHARLE S E. OE TTI NG , ROBE RT B. PAOAN ,

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, ROBERTS , J OE B. SCHLE NS KER. JOHN A. SCHUMAN , CHA RLES w. SC OTT, JULI US N. SPANN, GERAL D D. ST I MS ON. WI LLI AM R. TUCKER , PAU L B. VAN BUS KI RK . J OHN R. WEB STE R, RO YAL S . J R. WOLFF , LEON AR D C.

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ALTHE I DE, CHA RLES R. BAUMGART NE R. GEOR~E R. ~ EN TIL LA , KENNETH R. BRAWLEY . J OHN M. DO E, BRUCE R. GR IN STEA D. wILLIS G. GUL OTTA. SAMUEL A. HAR T. NOPM AN E. HERNDON. RI CHA RD S . HUG HES. RI CH ARD A. J ENKIN S . LL OYD H. J UR ENKA, GIL BER T G. J US TUS . RI CHA RD F. J R. KLINE. ROBER T H. LONGSH ORE , JA ,~ E S F . JR . Me (LURE ,

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ALL MON, GERAL D W. ANSP ACH . EARL E. BRILL . WA LT ER C. CAPPS , ROB ERT O. CLARK , DAVI D C. CORRE LL, HO WA RD D.

COX, L .. FRED MILT ON, OSB OR E MITCHUM . MARTIN M. CUMM I NG S. BRA DFOR D C. MORALES AGU I LAR, VICT OR M. DA LLY , GARY R. DAN I ELS , LESLI E C. OGLE. HE RB ER T F. REMME RS , E . PAUL DA Y, DEL BERT E. RESE R. DONAL D E. DULL . ME LVIN J. EGE , DONALD L. RUD OLPH. ALL EN H. SAUE R. HA RRY J. J R. GARRE TT. J AMES H. JR . SCHM I DT. HA RO LD A. GRAN T. WIL LI AM H. SCHMITT OU, CLAY J . GRAY , GEORGE B. J R. SCHRAMM , WI LL I AM W. GREGORY , DONALD B. SEN I OR, GEORGE L. HARDEBECK. ELI ZABE TH M. STATLE R, KENNYN D. HARDEBECK . HARRY E. HARR I S . BOBB Y V. STEFFA N, KENNE TH F . HAUBO LO, NIEL S B. SUHRE . MAU RICE E. J R. HAYDON. J ACK B. TAUSER , RAY MOND H. HEAD , ELDON W. TEODaR I, PH IL LIP F . HE LTI BR AND . DEWA YN W. THO MP SON , LERO Y E. HO FSTETT ER . J AMES F . UNNERS TALL , J AMES A. KRE I GH , WIL BUR K. VA LL EZ , MI CHAEL H. WALKER . NORMAN L. LEW I S. B. NE IL WE I SS . NI CHO LAS M. LITTL EF I ELD, J EROLD K. WILLI AMS , DON E. MAR LOW. BOBB Y L. YANC I K. J OSEP H J. MASON . DENN IS E. YI ANNOS , PE TER N. MICKA . DONA LD C. CLASS OF 1957 MILL ER , R. LAR Y ALE XANDER , WI LLI AM MI NTON. ROB ERT C. ANDERSON . JOHN R. MODES ITT, DON AL D E. MORGENS T ER~ , RICHARD A. AS TRO TH, LOUIS E. AT CHL EY, BI LL Y L. MOSB Y. FREDDY L. BAECH LE, AUGUS T A. MUNGER , PAU L R. NI EDEPME YER , O. DAVI D J R. BAKER , DONALD D. ~A L D WI N . WILL IAM M. OKENFUSS , RI CHARD H. BA LL ARD , DARRELL D. PAPE . EARL E. RASCHE , J OHN F . BARD ELME I ER, AUGUS T R. BA TE S . DA VI D W. R ICHE Y. J OHN O. BA YL ESS , J OHN w. ' ROAER TS , J OE R. BERG , DAVIO W. SAUE R, HARR Y J. J R. SCH I ERMEIER . J OHN J. BOWE RS . DONA LD R. CLODFE LT ER, GE NE C. SCHM I DT, E. ROBER T J R. CON LEE , JACK L. SCHR ENK , WA LT ER T. COOKSE Y, J OEL N. J R. SCO TT, ROYCE M. J R. COO NCE . J AMES M. J R. SFREDDO , HUM BER T E . CO WA N, ROBER T W. J R. SM IT H, R. THOMAS DAV I S . GARY W. SMU LAND . ROBERT J. EL LI S , WALTE R H. J R. SPENCER , IRVIN G L. III STEVE NS , ROBER T P. FERGUS ON, DONALD J . I I FUL LER , ROB ER T G. SUCHER . ROBER T W. TAYL OR. PAUL W. HANSEN . PETE R G. UNNE RSTALL. LES TER A. HAUBO LD, NI ELS B. VE TT ER , RONA LD F. HE AGLER , R I CHARD B. HI NDS , ROB ERT E. VIT EK . RICHARD K. HUMPHREY, R I CHAR D L . WEEMS . JOHN C. HUSSEY , RAYM OND l . WEGEN ER, RONALD E. JACKS ON, ROB ERT A. WE I SS , NICHO LAS M. J OHNS ON , NO RMAN C. WES T, BI LLY B. . I ~TE R , LES TER H. KALIN . TH OMAS E. KEL LER , KURT A. YANN DPOULOS . LY MPER I OS N. YOUNG , RALPH O. KI CK , DAV I D D. KOZENY . DON AL D J . CLASS OF 19 S9 ACKSEL . RICHARD A. LEMI NG . PAU L w. AD AMS , J OHN C. LOUVAR . J OSEPH F. AH LER T, R O ~ER T J. MATZ . ALEX ANDER Y. J R. METZ . r;IL BERT F . J R. ATCHLEY . BI LLY L. MILES. J OH N B. AUBE RRY . WI LL I AM D. MIL LE R. HE RB ERT w. BAUM . FRANK L. JR . BAYL ESS , JERRY R. MI TCHELL , J AMES L. BE LLCHAM BER , DONALD K. NE LSON . WILLIAM D. BITlER . DAV I D B. PYLE, ELMeR G. BOX DO RFER . ROBERT L. REUSS . LL OYD E. BR AM DN , GERAL D A. JR . RO TH . DONAL D J . BRU NJE S , wI LLI AM S . ROUSH . PHILIP S. CAIN, CLARENCE JR . SCHN EIDE R, RO BER T w. CAR ROLL , WARREN J. SE GELH ORS T, ALFRED E. CAVALIER . FRAN K D. SO PER . wI LLIAM S. CAWN S , ALBERT E. STEPHENS . JAM ES w. CHIC O, RAYMUND O J . S TEVE NS , D' J EANNE

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ABBO TT. RDHN D. A~NEAUX . DWI GHT J. BACHMAN . DA VID A. BE HRING . AL LEN G. ~E Tl. RAY MOND R. BI NGHAM . LLOYD W. J R. BLUMFELDER . WI LLIAM O. BOEHMER . J ERRO L L. BRADY. DA LE E. BRAM FITT, BR UCE L. BRANUM. WiLLIAM H. BR YNAC. MI CHAE L J. BUCHME I ER. FRANK A. JR. BUFA LO. DAV I D J. CHAFFI N. GLEN N. CHAPMAN . ROBER T T. COCO . 'IA TT EO A. COPENHAVER . ROGER L. CORR I GAN. J OHN D. DEC LUE . UUA NE H. OREISEWERD . DOUG LA S W. DUNN . HARR Y E. ELLI SON. DONALD R. FA DLER . EUGENE C. FENTO~. DAV I D L. FOSS . GLEN N. FOX. ED WI N K. FU LL ER . DON ALD L. GLAESE. JOHN R. GOBB L E. DON AL 0 E. GREER . STEPHEN L. GRESS . GEORGE H. HA HS . JIM MY D. HANNUM . RI CHARD w. *YASSELMANN . KAR L F. HEATeR . CH ARLES L. HE I DER . ROBERT L. HE LWI G. AR THUR w. HI GBEE . J AMES M. HOGUE. ROBERT W. J R. HO LKENBR I NK. MI CH AEL H. HO LT. THOMAS B. II HUUSH. DONA LD F. HO WEL L. J OHN D. HUDD LES TON . JAM ES A. J R. HUGH LETT. MI CHA EL L. HUNG . DI CK T. J ACKSON . LERO Y H. J OHNSON. DENN I S C. JON G. BING -WEN J OZW IA K. PH ILI P A. KAS TEN ,

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ALLM ON . JAME S A. BA LLMA N. ED WARD A. BARGER . HUB ERT S. BAR TL I NG . DONALD L. BAUER. WILLIAM C. BEESON . J AMES J. BEV EL. JE RR Y E. BI SCHOF . CONRAD W. BOD ELL. TI MO THY J. BR ADY. STE VEN L. BREEZE . FRANC I S V. BR OWNE . MI CHAE L J. BR UNNER. GARY D. BURD I CK . VERNON L. BURKHALTE R. RI CHARD L. CAPONE. GARY J. CARTE R. J OE C. CASSIMATIS. PETE R N. CI SSE LL. MIL TON C. COOK . DA VID L. CUMM I NS . ROBER T w. DAVIS . RONA LD D. DE ELD. MI CHA EL L. DEGENHARD T. EUGENE A. DE LA SHM IT. WILLIAM E. DE LONG . CARL E. DI NKE L. TED R. DOERR . J ERR Y W. DYER . GARVIN H, ELLIS. FRANK L. EVA NS. J OHN M. FEN TON . DAV I D L. FERRETTI. MI CHAEL E. FICK . ARM I N F. FOR T. GEORG E E. FU LWI DER . TH OMAS GASS . JOH N w. GAY LORD. TH OMAS K. GITTEM EIE R. J OS EPH F. HALLE TT. MI CHAEL D. HARDY . MI CHAE L E. HILL . ROLAND M. HODGES . PHIL LIP F.

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TUP PER , ROBER T L. UN TERNAEHRER , WI LLIAM E. VEJV) DA , DO NAL D J. VI RTUE , RI CHARD P. WA RD , DANI EL K. WI GG I NTON , GARY W. WILLIAM S, FOGER L. wO LF,

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Wll LF, WI LL I A.~ A. . RI GH T, STEPHEN A. YOST , KENNE TH D. Y OUNG~ A N , JA MES 4 . ZAUNER , RONALD F. ZIE GLER , KAR L F. ZOELLNER , LYNN E. CLASS OF 1969

ANDREAE , R~BER T A. ANDREW, wI LLI AM K. V ARNOLD, ROBERT O. ASCD L I, DON M. BA Y, ROBER T D. BEESON , JAMES J. BELL , THOMAS H. BERR Y, J OHN J. BI SHOP , DAV I D K. BONDURA~T, FREDERICK N. BONE , FRANK M. BOR I NG , WILL I AM D. BOURNE, DONALD W. BRACKBILL , ROBER T M. BRENDLE , STEPHeN J. BR I CE , BRADLEY W. BR I NKER , CLARK D. BRUCE, ROBER T S . BRUZEWSKI, J AMES R. ~URKE , JAMES E. BURNS , RANDALL K. BURROWS , EUGENE H. BUSH , DONALD R. CAHALAN, JAMES E. CAPONE, GARY J . CARY , STAN LEY E. CASE, GLENN R. CHANG , J AMES J. CHOW, ROBER T Y. COBB ,

ALAN R ..

COLLINS, WILLIAM E. COWEN , JOSEPH E. CRAIG, CHARLES M. CRE TI N, PAUL F. DAILY, EUGENE J. DANESHY, ABBAS A. DAVIDSON , W I LLlA~ G. DAVIT, GEULD C. DECKER, LAWRENCE A. DE LONG, CARL E. DENHAM, DONALD C. DESPAIN , DAVID R. DIET RI CH , WA LTER D. DINKEL, TE O R. DIVI S , RICHARD T. DO WNS, ~IE L VYN E. EASON , JA.~ES S . EAS TEP, LAwRENCE W. EBE LI NG , J OHN A. FEATHERLY, J OHN R. FEUGATE, ROBERT J. JR. FISCHER, J AMES E. FUNG, SH I U Y. GEN TZLE R, EUWARD C. III GERIG, MARTHA M. GI VAN , GUY V. GLAESE, J OHN R. GU LICK, GARY .~. GULLIC , RO BE RT C. HAL L, LE O ~ M. J R. HARMON, JAM ES L. HASELT I NE , DO UGLAS M. HASELT I NE, GREGOR Y K. HATF I ELD, DAVI D C. HAWKIN S , RO DNEY R. HOBELMANN , DAV I D W. HOHMAN , GER AL D M. HOLLAND , THE ODORE W. HO LLOWELL, WILLIAM M. HORNBACK , ODNA LO L. HUCK ,

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HUGHES, GEORGE w. HUNG, SAMUE L S. HWANG, BOR -I NG J OHNSON , J ERRO LO L. ~ AHL , RI CHAR D A. KELA HAN , MICHAEL E. KELKAR, SUB HASH J . KEN TNOR , CHAR LES B. J R.

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BUTLER , CAROL J. BUTLER, J A,~ES R. CA LT ON , LYNN B. CANNON, wiLLIAM C. CAR L, DAN I EL E. CARRON , MAR K K. CARTER , JOHN B. CASE , JA MES D. J R. CH ANG , J USEPH J. CHAPMAN, RICHARD G. CHAS TEN , DENN I S L. CHEN , YEDU - SAN CHENOWE TH, HARO LD E. CH I , CH I G-T SENG

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BR UNS , LOREN L. BURKE , TER I EL E. BUTT S , JAMES D . CARM I CHAEL , DwI GH T E. CARS O~ , AL AN W. CARSON , J OSE PH O. I II CHANG , J OSE PH J. CHENOwETH , DARYLL W. rRI CE , ~1J\~K H . CH I EN , J OHN F . R AI NS , RO'ALD O. CO LE , HUGH E . R AITHEL, JAMES F . COLE~J , DALE R. RED I NGTON , STEPHEN L . COLLINGS , J AMES R. COMMER FO RD , J AMES J . REU Ll NG , DON ALD O . RE YNO LDS , JOHN A. CONGEH , GLENN J . R I CHARDSON , ALF ReD G . COR L EY , JOHN ~. R I CHARDSON , DAVID N . CO X, S . EDWARD ROU TBURG , .~ICHAEL S . CRAWFORD , HARO LD L . CRE TI N , PAU L F . SANDE LLA, ~ICHAEL S . S CHAE FER , DAN IEL r. DEC LUE , GAR Y L. SCHERREH , PAU L K. lJODDS , MURR Y J. SCHM I DT , E . ROBER T JR . DO LL , WILLI AM E . J R . SCHNE I DER , JAMES R . DRE ISEWE RD , DOUG LA S W. SCHNYlJER, HERBER T J . J R . DUN KMANN , STEVEN W. SCHR AMM, WILLIAM W. UUN N , WYATT M. SCHU L ZE , RO Y E. EC KELKAMP , RONALD M. SEABAUGH , ALLE N w. E DWA RD S, J OHN .. . J R . ENG LI SH, THO~. AS O. S EwEL L, JE RR Y T. SHER WOOD , ROBER T E. EYER~1ANN, CA THERINE E. S I,n 10NS , MI CHAE L F . EY!:RMANN, THOMAS J . S I MON , DAVID M. FALST , RONA LD G. S IZEM OR E , DAVID G . F I EBEL ,"AN , DENN I S D • FINAllO , J AMES A. S L EBOOA, DAV ID S . SM ITH, G. LAN FISHER , MELVIN J . S MIT H , GREGORY P . F IT LPA TR I CK , JAMES L. SRII< I VASAN , BALASUBRAHMAN Y FLE TCHER , C. SCO TT S TA NF IE LD , DENN I S E . FORSEE , GAR Y D. STEPHENS , JAMES •• FOSTER , ELDON C . FR ISBEE , DAN I EL E . S TOCK , JAMES L . STOTLER , DEN I S L. GARRE TT, L. WAYN E S TRONG , WILLIAM P . GR EENE , EVA H I RD L ER S TRUCKHOFF , ROBER T M. JR . HALBER T , J EFFER Y L . HAMBACK EP , KU RT L . S TUCKMEYE R , GLENN V. TALBER T, KE I TH E . HAMPE L , J AM ES K. TANSU , J OH N HAO , WUU TA YLOE , CHAR L ES H. HARRIS , GEORGE L. THE IL MANN , J UHN ~ . HE I SER , FRED ER IC K w. HESEMAN , CA LV I N R . TRANCYNGER , TH OMAS C . TREAlJW EL L, J OHN S . H IL L , TERENCE M. TREN TMANN , NORMAN E . HO LLI DAY , ROBER T L. T R IC A ~ O , V I CTOR HO LT, M I C~A EL L. TRNKA , WAL TER C . HOUOESHE LL, DAL E L . TRU ITT, ROG ER E . HUND I NG , CAR L w. III UL R I CH , J A~ES G. I BARR A, S ANTI AGO (JI M) J R . VANDERGR I FF , L ELA ND E. I SBE L L , CLARENC E A . J R . VARRONE , NI CHO LA S J . J R . J ACKSON , J E RRY R . VUMAEN EL , FREDER I CK w. J ESSE , HUG H A. WA RNER , J OHN R. J OHNE Y, GAR Y E . J ON ES , ALA N W. WEBB , J OHNN Y S . WEND T, AL V I N E . J ONG , B I NG -W EN WH I TE, CHAR LES A. III KA PLA N , ALARD WH IT FORD , J ER AL D L. KARABLY, LOU I S S . KES S LE R , ROB ERT R. WI DNER , GAR Y W. '; IL LI AMS , RAYMOND R. K I RC HNER, F RANK S . WULFF, AL AN M. KM ECZ, GLENN M. wUS SL ER , ALF RED J. KNUSS MANN , WiLLA RD T. YANCE Y, ROGER L . KO CHER , F RED ER ICK L. YEN , J ACKS ON K . KOH LBERG , ARTHUR A. YE N , YU- F ANG KREI LI CH , JAMES L. ZAMSON , EL AI NE M. KR IEGSHA USE R , PAU L C. J R . lL ATr C , MI LT ON r. KR YSA , fliT CH EL S . l OGG , WIL L I AM D. LA MBE , C LI NTON R. CLASS OF 1972

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MC CORMACK , J AMES E. BRUN E, PAULA E. BRUNE , WILLI AM K. MC KINNEY , STA NLEY E. BR YA NT, STEV EN D. MC MAHAN , JESSE T. BUC HM E I ER , WI LLI AM K. MEE HA N, J AMES R. BYRNE , J AMES M. MIDDEN , LELI W. MI LL MAN, ROBERT J. BYRNE , PATRICK M. CAMPBE LL, FRED W. MI LL S , TH OMAS K. CAPONE , GARY J. MINOFF, J ERR Y ,~ OORE , OA<R YL CLARK , J UANITA K. COAR TNE Y, CHARLES R. MOORE , KI NDA LL w. CO LLI NS , WiL LIAM E. MOUND, RUS SE LL G. COOMBE, RICHARD B. JR. MU ELL ER , CAR L J. COPE , ROBER T W. NANCE , TERRY J. CORR I GAN, J OHN D. NE IL L, J AMES W. CR IT ES , J OSEPH D. NI EHOFF , MICH AEL E. NI EMEYER , TERRY W. CUNNINGHAM, WILLI AM P. uAV I S, HAL D. NOR T H , J OHN E . DAwSON , DIANE M. OLIV ER , DAN IE L L. DAWSON , PETER J. PAGANO , SALVA TORE J. DEAVER, RANDALL L. PA YNE , J OHN R. DEKEN , LOU I S R. PEKAR I K, MI CHAE L A. DI CKDF , FRAN K A. PE TERMANN, ERNIE W. DI ERKER, STEVEN B. PE TE RS , RI CHARD E. DOER I NG , FRANK J. POE , EARL J. III DO LAT A, EDWARD W. PRES TON, ROBER T P. DO LL, wiLLIA M E. J R. PUE TZ, LYNNE E. DO WLI NG , J OHN J. RAU, BRUCE W. DOWNS , PH ILI P R. REIFEL, ALL AN J. EBBESME YER , DAV I D J. RE YN OLDS , J OHN A. R ICHA RDSON , AL FRED G. EDE LE, JAMES S. R I CHARDSON , DAV I D N. ET LI NG , NQRMAN G. J R. FADEM , CRAIG L. RITTE R, JOY L. FAHY, MI CHAEL P. ROBER TSON, STEPHEN L. RO I S , ROSEMAR Y F. FA I NTI CH, DAV I D M. ROOKS , J OSEPH L. FEH Ll G, MARK G. RORABAUGH, J AMES I. FET TERMAN, PH IL LIP S. FLAM I NIO, CHARLES L. RUSH I NG , ALL EN J. FLE TCHER , STANLEY T. SCAN LON , ROBERT J . SCHEERER, RICHARD M. FROSSARD , GARY J. GAS TI NEAU , R. BRUC E SCHEL LER , JAMES D. GAS TRE I CH, KENT ). SC HILLING, J OHN R. GAU LT, RANDO LPH P. SCH IND LER , GEORGE A. GAYER , EVELYN L. SCHLUETER , STEVEN E. GEGG, J AMES F . SCHNE I DER , J AMES R. GENTRY , KENNETH L. SCO TT, LARRY L. GEORGE , WILLI AM W. SEV I CK , J OSEPH G. GI LES , WiLLIA M E. SHAW , STEVEN R. GOODMAN, RUGER K. SHEA, DENN I S P. GOYMERAC, THOMAS M. SHEPARD, STEPHEN E. GRECO, DAV I D E. SI T, STEVE GRO ToFENDT , RANDE H. SKA I N, J OHN C. SLOVENSKY , RICHARD C. GU LL EY, GEORGE H. HAAKE , J OSEPH R. SM IT H, A. WA YNE HABEGGER , RONA LD L. SM IT H, G. DAN HELLR I CH , J AMES H. SM ITH, JAMES A. HENDERSON, GARY R. SNEAR LY, KENNE TH L. S TA HL, WIL LI AM H. HENDREN , LAR RY L. HENDREN , POL LY A. STEWAR T, RO Y T. HOFER, J OHN R. STRA TMAN , MARK X. HORS TMA NN , PA UL w. STRIT lEL , DA VID L. SUE TT ER Ll N, JACK F'. HUGHES , RONA LD R. HUKKU , SUMAN K. SWOBDDA , ALEX I S C. I NTAG, CAR L E. TATTIT CH , STEPHEN T. J ENK I NS, LA RRY J. TH OMPSON , J . KeNNETH J ONES, RONALD L. TH OM PS ON , JA MES E. JR. KEA TI NG, J OHN N. TUTTLE, DAVID f. KE LKAR , SUBHASH G. VEDEN , LEONARD S. CLASS OF 1973 KEN T, WI LLIA M D. WADE , EDWARD N. ALVERSON, V. MICHAEL KLEI NE, CHARLES H. WALZ, MICHAEL A. ANDERSON, DAV I D O. KLEINMAN , ROBoR T A. ~ARREN , J OSE PH P. ANDERSON, GLENN R. KLUBA, Dc~ I S M. WATKINS , W,,> LEY S. AND ERSON, GREGOR Y T. KLU GE, RU LLAN D H. wEGENER , CUR T L. ANDE RSON , J OHN R. KOEHRER , WI LL I AM A. WE I DLER , GARY R. AR TMAN, ANTHONY J. KUEBLER, KENNE TH L. ~ ERNER , KENNE TH W. AS TRACK , RI CHARD F . KUECHENME IST ER, KoNN ETH W. WHEELER , HARR Y R. ATCHL EY , KATHER I NE V. KUNKE L, ARTHUR K. III WILH ELMS, S TEVEN C. BADE, NORMAN D. KUZDAS , ADR I AN C. WILL OUGHBY , RONA LD D. BAKER , J OHN W. KW I ATK OWSK I , J AMES A. WILSON , J OH N R. BARKAU , ROBERT L. LABOUBE , ROGER A. WOODWARD, GAR Y K. BARR Y, DAV I D L. LAM BER T, KATHRYN YATES, FRANK M. BE CK, WILLIA M J . LA NCE , RICHARD J . YORK , THOMA SA . BEHR , MICHA EL R. LAU TH, J OHN A. YOUNG, CHAR LES M. BE LEW, LELAN D F. LAW LER , CHARLES E. YUE N, F. DICKSON BEN ESH, LARRY J. LEDEK LE, GARY J . ZI EG LER , KAR L F. BEN EZE TT E, ROBER ! E. LETT , STEVEN K. ZWEIFE L, DONAL D J. BEN TlIN GER, ROBER T LEW I ~ , LAWRENCE L. CLASS OF 1974 BERGM AN, BARR Y M. L I ND ~ E Y, ROBER T T. ADAMS , J OHN E. BERG THOLD! , STEPH EN J. L I NDS TROM , J OHN A. ADD I SON , GA LE E. LIVI NGSTON , LA RRY S . BLA CK , HAROLD E. J R. ALFORD , REX E1 0 SC. HER1, TH OMAS C . L OGS TON , MIC HAE L A. ALTIS, MA RTIN E. BOSK Y, MA RI E L. MA GGERl , GARY G. ANDERSO~ , RUTH L. M. RTJ~ , JI MMY O. BRA TO VICH, MATT W. ATKIN S , PAUL F. BREMER , WAyNE P. _ M e ALL I STER , MICHAE L R. BA CHMA N, wiLLI AM G. J R. BRO CK GREITENS , BERNAR DE.J R· M( CLURE , DAVID T. BANER J EE, S. K. SRO WN, EARL J. Me LOR MA CK, HOWARD F. J R. BAU ER, ALAN C. MYERS , CHAR LES T. I II MYERS , KENNETH R. NE LSON , STEVEN F. NOR TH, MI CHAE L A. OLI VER , DAN IEL L. P ANTEL I S , PAU L N . PARK , DEAN A. PARSONS , CL YDE T. J R. PA TTIZ, PERRY A. PEA TROSS , ROBER T F. PHIPPS, J OHN O. PO LITT E, J AMES E. POWE LL, RI CHARD W. J R. PUE TT MANN, DAV l OR . PY LE S , HERBER T C. J R. QADDU MI, ABUUL - QAUER T. RA I NS, RONALD D. RAMEY , ROY R. RE IF EL, ALLAN J . RE YNO LDS , J OSEPH C. R I CE, DONA LD E . RI EGE L, RI CHARD J. ROBINSON , GUY M. ROSS , GLENN R. ROY , RANJIT K. SA LM ON , J ERR Y R. SANTUCCI , CEASAR J. SCHE LL MAN, LEON H. SCHERRER, PAU L K. SCH LETT, PAU L E. SCHOENE FELu , KARL F. III SCHWAR TZ, GEORGE K. SEBAUGH , ALLEN R. S I NDEL, MARVIN V. J R. SM ITH, EDWARD A. SM IT H, RUSSEL L D. SPEER, BILLY L . STALLI ON, MICHAE L W. S TEH LY, DANIE L W. STE PHE NS , MAR TI N A. STEPHE NS, WI LLI AM R. STEURY , THOMAS D. STEVENS , D. DA LE 11 SUMMERS , ALFRED L. JR. SY LVESTE R, DENNIS G. TAY~ OR , MICHAEL E. TAY LOR, PHILIP G. TAYL OR , ROGER K. TENF ELDER , J OHN W. THIE DE , ALFRED J. TH OMAS , STEVEN M. TI TU S , RUSS EL L. TOOKE , ROBER T C. TRANCYNGER , MICHAEL L. VAND I VER, GARY W. VOGELPOHL, DAV I D R. WARD, JOSEPH R. WASS IL AK , J OHN R. WIDMER, REX C. wOOD , N. DOUG LAS WOODR I NG , GERO LD D. WOOS LEY, DAVID E. lERW I G, LA RRY J. ZIMMER, PAUL A. Z I MMERMAN , WA YNE M. ZINSELMEI ER , AL BER T E. ZLA TI C, MILT ON T.

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BLASE , J OHN J. BLECHLE, DAV I D H. BONC ZYK, BRUCE S. BONDI , J AMES O. BORGMEYER , MARV I N E. BOUZOUN , J OHN R. BO YD, SCO TT S. BREECE , DAV I D R. BRENDE L, J AMES B. BRO WN, OA '~ I EL J. BUCCER 1, DONA LD T. BUCHMANN , RAYMOND F . BUCHME I ER , FRA NK A. J R. CAN I ZARES , HUGO M. CARTER, MAR TI N E. CESAR E, J OSEPH A. CHASE , MI CHAE L O. CHERRY , ELLEN B. CHIL TON , S TEPHEN L; CHR I STI ANS , SCO TT T. CLA VENNA, MA RK O. COAHS , WILLARD D. COL LEBPUS:O, ROBER T L. 11 CO LLI NGS , J AMES R. CO LLINS, CO LL EEN A. COONCE , J A~ES M. J R. CORB I N, KENNETH D. CORDER A, J OHN N. COSTE LL O, J OHN M. CRITCHFIE LD, J OHN W. CURDT, J. CALVIN DAV I DSON , PA TRI CK G. DAWES , RONALD F. DEAVER , ELIZABETH E. DI CKFRSON , RICHARD F. DORROH , J AMES A. DUANE , NICHOLAS C. DUENCKE L, ROBER T J. DUNAVAN T, DAV I D A. DUPON T, STEVEN J. ECKELKAMP , RONA LD M. ELGI N, RI CHARD L. EMt~ENEGGER , FREDER IC K I. ENGBERG , ROBERT A. ENLOE , BRUCE A. ER I CKSON , GORDON L. FA IL S , ALL EN D. F ERRANTE , J OSEPH S . FERRER C, J OSE A. F I SCHER , WAYNE R. FLETCHER , C. SCO TT FLOOD, H. WILLIAM FOIL, J AfIES L. GAIA, MARK A. GAS TRE I CH , KENT D. GI BSON , J OHN W. GI BSON, KR I STI C. GO LDS TONE , CRAIG S . GRECO, MICHAEL C. GRO TEFEND T, J UDITH R. HA DLEY , SUSAN E. HA LE, GEORGE M. HA LL , DONA LD E. HALL, LEON M. J R. HALLF ORD , DAN I EL V. HAM, J OHN S . HAMILTON, KENNETH C. HANNA, ROBER T L. HARDER , HAROLD M. ~ARRIS , NORMAN A. J R. HAw THORNo, WILLIAM C. HAY ES , THOMAS E. HA YNI E , ROGER G. HEAD, DAVID W. HERlJG, MARK A. HEUCKR OTH, MARK W. HEUCKROTH , WILLIAM E. HI LL, ROGER A. HOEF LI NGER , LA RRy J. HO LT, ~I!CHAEL L. HORS TMANN, PAU L •• HOVEY, RICHARD P. HOWEL L, STEPHEN H. HO~SER , GERRY W . HUD I BURGH , GARY W. J R. HUGHES , DA LE w. HUGHES , DAV I D A. J R. HURSl , MI CHAEL D. HYMAN , CHARLE S

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MILL ER , MI CHAE L J. MILLE R, PAUL E. MILLI ON , DAN IEL L. MIRGAIN , GI RARD A. MON I E, RUSSE LL D. J R. MO TH ERWELL , J LlNATHAN T. MOUND, RUSSE LL G. MU LL, THOMAS E. MUN ZER T, STEVEN C. HURPHY, BR I AI< J. MURRAY, HUG H D. NAG Y,

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SHERARD, RON AL D E. J R. SM ITH, BRUCE G. SMITH, GREGOR Y P. SM IT H, RUSSELL D. SMI TH, STEPHEN D. SOLOMON , RUSSE LL C. SORRELS, STA NLEY W. SOUDERS, STEVEN W. SPE NCER , DAV I D P. S TECK EL , GARY J. STEGN ER , GEORGE D. S TELZLE NI, MI CHAEL J. STONGER , MICHA EL G. S TRANGHOENER , RANDY L. S TRUCKHO FF, JOHN J. STUTZMAN, DAVID K. SU TT ON, WI LLIA M R. Sl ABO, J OHN M. TABE RS , BRADY D. TAPELL A, ROBER T J.

TA PPMEY ER, RONA LD A. TAYLOR, RA YMOND L. TENFE LDER , J OHN W. TERR Y, MICHAEL L. TEVLIN, LIN DA J. THOMP SON, MAX W. THOMPSON, RANDA LL G. TIEHES, ROBER T V. TILL MAN , STEVEN M. TOTH, J OSEPH G. JR. TRAVE LSTE AD , CHAR LE S W. U ,~PHREYS , RA Y E. VANDENBERGH , MAURICE E. VAN DEV EN, ROGER L. VANH OU TEN, JAMES H. WARF IEL D, DAVI D M. WEESE, JOHN R. WEGENE R, CURT L. WEIDI NG ER, MARK L. WE TTE ROFF, DAV I D J.

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ARNOLD, ROBER T D. ARON BE RG, GARRY R. BA TU BAR A, KASMIR A. BLASER , LAURA J. BLEVINS , RIC HARD R. II BODENHAMER, STEVEN D. BORGMEYER , MARVIN E. BU LL OCK , RICHA RD L. CHA O, RICHARD Y. COBB , DAV I D E. DICKERSON , RI CHARD F. FERR ER C, JOSE A. FINLEY, FRED W. FOIL, JAMES L. FRIC KE, JAMES R. GRESS, GEORG E H. HANSEN, RO BERT C.

HELLWIG, GR EGORY A. HEUCK RO TH, MAR K W. HOECKELMAN, LE SLIE JAC OBS , MICHAEL LEE LUPO, MICHAEL V. MAHANNA , SIMON A. MAH LA ND T, J OSEPH N. ME TZ, KENNETH L. J R. MILLION, DA NIEL L. MILLS, TH OMAS K. MITCHUM, MART I N M. MOONEY, J OSE PH W. PAIS, JE ROM E A. RAU , BRUCE W. RECH TIE N, THOM AS J. RHODES, A.E. SCHAFER, ROBER T P. SCHMID T, MI CHAE L T. SCHMO LDT, HAN S E. SM ITH, P. GENE

S TORCK, W. FRED SWOBODA , ALE XI S C. TDTH, LOU I S F. JR. W'ANG, JAW-KUAN G WEESE , J OHN R. WHITW OR TH, VIRG IL L. CLASS OF 1976

BANKS, ROBERT L. COUCH , G. ROBER T DENHAM , DONA LD C. ENGLUND, J OHN D. FALKI NGHAM, DONA LD H. MC CURDY , BE LDING H. MEYER , CHARLES E. PURVINES , STEPHEN RASS I NIE R, EDGAR A. RUTLED GE, WILLIAM A. SPOTTE, IR VIN C. TALBERT, KE ITH E. TRANCYNGE R, THOMAS C.

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SECTION NEWS

BARTLESVILLE SECTION B·B·Q SEPTEMBER 25

Summer Gala at Murphy's It was another gala evening at the Murphy 's on August 7 , 1976. The annual summer dinner dance of the St. Louis Section was again on the grounds of Emily and Jim Murphy's home at 7 Chipper Lane in Frontenac. The moon was out , the temperature was mild, the food delicious, and the music danceable. And the potables were in ample supply. Tonto had strict orders to vary his normally unique approach to protocol , and that cast a different spell from the usual. Approximately 250 people attended and honored guests were President of the Association, R. M. Brackbill and his wife Cay, Vice

Detroit Winter Meeting On February 22, 1976, the Alumni of the Detroit Alumni Section held their annual winter meeting at the Sherwood Inn in Livonia. Dean J. Stuart Johnson of the School of Engineering, leading a contingent of ten students and faculty members who were in the Motor City to attend the annual meeting of the American Society of Automotive Engineers , presented the program to the group. As part of the business meeting, the following were elected as officers: Tom Huber , '68, president; Ray Schaffart , '63, vice president; and Susan Ann Winscher, '72 , secretarytreasurer. Those who attended are: Mr. & Mrs. John Ebeling, '69, Mr. & Mrs. Tom Huber, '68, Mr. & Mrs. Richard Cox , '70, Mr. & Mrs. Richard Powers, '68, Mr. & Mrs. Ray Schaffart, '63, Mr. Gene Fadler, '62, Mr. & Mrs. Ron Schoenbach, '70, Mr. & Mrs. Bob Seaman, '69, Mr. Scott Gegesky, '68, Mr. & Mrs. Tim Bodell, '67, Mr. & Mrs. Jim Murphy, '68, Mr. & Mrs. Harold Ruhlman, '70, Mr. & Mrs. Fred Parks, '69, Col. Spieldoch, '61, Mr. & Mrs. Melvin Tockstein, '69, Mr. & Mrs. Larry McKinnis, '66, Mr. & Mrs. Fred Dore, '69, Mr. & Mrs. Tom Green, '29, Mr. Bob Smith, '50, Mr. & Mrs. Tom Kizer, '67 , Mr. Larry Cooper, '69, Mr. Ying-Cheh Chuang, '70, Mr. & Mrs. Mahendra Kapadia, '65, Mr. & Mrs. Barry Winscher, '71 & '72, Mr. & Mrs. Larry Decker, '69, and Dean Johnson & the students & faculty from Rolla. MSMAlumnus

President of the University of Missouri , A. G. Unkelsbay and his wife, and Chancellor Ray Bisplinghoff and guest. It was a great night for past-presidents also , with Fred and Marian Schneeberger, Paul and Eleanor Dowling, Peter and Alice Mattei, as well as host and hostess Jim and Emily in attendance. MINERS PLAY WASH. U. NOVEM· BER 6, 1976, IN ST. LOUIS. WATCH FOR ST. LOUIS SECTION MEETING NOTICE. IT WILL BE A GREAT PARTY.

AIME Niagara Falls SEPTEMBER 20-23 SOCIETY OF PETROLEUM ENGINEERS New Orleans OCTOBER 3-6 ST. LOUIS ROLLA NIGHT OCTOBER 7 HOMECOMING Rolla OCTOBER 22-23 ANNUAL BOARD MEETING OCTOBER 22

ATTENTION MSM/UMR ALUMNI You are cordially Invited to attend a cocktall·buffet party at the Inter·Contlnental Hotel on Wednesday, June 2nd, 1976, from 7:00 to 9:00 p.m. Reserva· tions: Tel. 655021·19 Ext. 153. Mr. DJafarian The above appeared In the Tehran Journal, May 27, 1976, as was forwarded to the ALUM· NUS by W. D. Kent, '43.

NOTICE The Alumni Association through the Awards program recognizes individuals with honors appropriate to achievement, service and merit . The Awards Commit· tee solicits suggestions of alumni and faculty and friends of the university who should be considered for such honors. Please send names with supporting information to the alumni office. .All names previously suggested are maintained in the active file. 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.

ASSOCIATION ANNUAL MEETING OCTOBER 23 SOCIETY OF METALS Cleveland OCTOBER 26 SOCIETY OF EXPLORATION GEOPHYSICISTS Houston OCTOBER 27 ARK·LA·TEX Petroleum Club - Shreveport NOVEMBER 6 AIME Atlanta MARCH 6-10 ALUMNI·STUDENT·FACULTY CONFERENCE APRIL 14-15 SEMI·ANNUAL BOARD MEETING APRIL 16 COMMENCEMENT MAY 15 BARTLESVILLE OKLAHOMA SECTION Lunch at the "Y" Every Third Friday of Each Month ROCKY MOUNTAIN SECTION Lunch at the Petroleum Club the First Tuesday of Each Month

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Ark-la-Tex-A The spring meeting of the Ark-LaTex Section was held on May 15, 1976, at the Petroleum Club in Shreveport, LA . The meeting was opened by a social hour followed by an excellent dinner. President John Moscari called the meeting to order and the minutes were read and approved . The next meeting place was discussed and it was decided to try to have it at the Excelsior House in Jefferson , TX , on August 21, 1976 , with Mrs . David Flesh making the arrangem ents . We then discussed the importance of knowing in advance exact numbers of people that are going to attend the meeting so that the Section does not have to pay for the extra dinners. Next on the agenda was the election of officers. Due to the recent transfer of several of our active younger members , this was quite a chore. We finally decided on the following slate of officers: James Forgotson , '22, Presi dent; Gerald Roberts , '28, Vice President; and Judy Grotefendt, '74, Secretary- Treasurer. Gifts were presented to the outgoing officers - a Society of Women Engineers pin was given to John Moscari and a bumper sticker to Dennis Jaggi. We will miss all of the m embers that were transferred .

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Walt Mulyca gave a report on the National Alumni Association. We were reminded that Homecoming will be O ctober 22 and 23 . There being no further business , the m eeting was adjourned. The attendees were: John & Loretta Moscari , '51 , Ragan & Evelyn Ford, '2 3 , Walt & Ann Mulyca, '65 , Kevil & Helen Crider , '28, Byron & Terry Vermillion , '70, Rande & Judy Grotefendt, '73 & '74, and James & Selma Forgotson , '22.

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Ark-la-Tex-B List of Attendees The Summer Meeting of the Ark-LaTex Section was held on August 21 , 1976, at the Excelsior House in Jefferson , Tp.xas with Mr. & Mrs . David Flesh acting as host and hostess. The meeting was opened with a social hour followed by a very good southern dinner. President James Forgotson opened the meeting. We were happy to welcome Frank and Nancy Mackaman and Bob and Dottye Wolf as guests. Frank talked about the National Alumni Association and its activities with the University. Bob talked about his famous metal scultping hobby. Dottye and Nancy enjoyed some true southern hospitality. A thank you was read from the Charles McGaughey family for the flowers sent in his memory. The section will greatly miss Mr. McGaughey.

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Wa lt Mulyca presented David Flesh a hand made cypress lamp in appreciation for many years of dedicated service. Nancy Mackaman was presented a picture of herself taken by Walt on a visit to Rolla. The small treasury situation was discussed and a motion was made for anyone who felt so inclined to donate to the treasury. After a short discussion , the Section decided to hold the next meeting November 6, 1976, at the Petroleum Club in Shreveport , La . There being no further business , the meeting was adjourned. We are always happy to welcome all alumni in the area to our meetings. It 's a good time to find out what's happening to old school acquaintances . Judy Grotefendt Sec. -Treasurer

Kevil & Helen Crider '28 Walt & Ann Mulyca '65 Ragan & Evelyn Ford '23 Rande &Judy Grotefendt '73 & '74 Claude & Dorothy Valerius '25 daughter Laura Valerius & friend Margaret Shehee Byron & Terry Vermillion '70 Paul & Linda Calvin '74 Walter & Helen Bruening '34 and daughter John & Loretta Moscari '51 David & Florence Flesh '23 Mark & Rose Herzog '74 Gerald &. Leona Roberts '28 Louis & Patty Dreinhoefer '67 Harry O 'Dell &JaneJones '50 James & Selma Forgotson '22 sonJamesJr. Homer Thompson '32 Frank & Nancy Mackaman Bob & Dottye Wolf

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8ayArea E. Murray Schmidt, '49, area director, arranged a meeting for the Bay Area Alumni on June 7, 1976. ancy and Frank Mackaman were guests for the affair. The function began in a typical Miner manner with a hospitality room open at 1 : 00 p.m. for the pre -prandial festivities. With the meal served at 7 : 30 p.m., everyone got an opportunity to test her / his stamina. The food was reported to be excellent. Also the program , which was a slide tour of the campus. Charlie Freeman and Betty have now heard the program so many times that they can give it in toto . The Class with the largest percentage in attendance was the '28 group with Charlie Freeman , Howard

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Histed, and George Johnson all present. There 's nothing wrong with their stamina either. There were also graduates of the '70 's and they held up well. Bob Rankin, expressing the will of those present, volunteered to help promote the next meeting. Attendees: Charlie and Betty Freeman; George and Mary Ann Johnson; Howard and Harriet Histed ; Bob and Jackie Rankin ; Marjorie and Bob Lewis; Murray and Helen Schmidt; Marianne and Dave Cochran ; Stewart and Carolyn Tulloch; Mike and Arlene McCrary ; Richard and Margaret Terry; Gary and Barbara Fouts; Matt and Phyllis Russo and Ed and Marilyn Thurmond.

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Now, Barhara Petrovic, C.P.S. Barbara K . Petrovic, secretary in the alumni activIties office and staff assistant for the MSM -U MR Alumni Association was recently notified that she had earned the professional designation , Certified Professional Secretary. The award was made by The Institute for Certifying Secretaries, a department of the National Secretaries Association (International) of which she IS a member. Barbara is a charter member of the Rolla Area Chapter NSA and currently serves the organization as vice president and program chairman . She IS also acting CPS and education committee chairman. The CPS designation IS awarded after rigorous testing in all areas which should be within the competence of a professional secretary . Barbara 's colleagues are proud of this most recent recognition of her success.

THE MSM ALUMNUS WELCOMES PICTURES WITH NEWS ITEMS

Job Opportunities For information concerning positions listed below, please contact Mr. Larry Nuss, Director of Career Development & Placement , UMR, Rolla, Missouri 6540 I , giving File Number of the position, state your degree, discipline and month and year of your graduation. During times of high activity in the employment market , some positions will be filled before they are published. The Placement Office will make a search for similar positions that may be open if you enclose your resume with your inquiry.

File Number 1011 BS Met. Eng. 2-5 exper. Aluminum, East. New grads. Multi -disciplines. 1012 Plant engrs. Mid -west and mid -south. 1013 Agency . Multi -listings.

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File Number 1014 BS, MS Waste water specialities. Mid-south city . 1015 ASQC certified QC Engr . 7 exper. Upper midwest. 1016 BSME or MSME, strong EE emphasis. Design Engr. Utility. Midwest. 1017 Multi -openings , mets, soils, mmmg, EE, start-up '79 , Upper midwest. N/ A 1018 1019 Solar types , BS, MS or Ph .D. in ME. R&D Oriented. Near the Blue Ridges. 1020 Electrochemistry. Ad vanced degree required. Laboratory. 40 miles NW of NYC. 1021 Multi -openings . ME , CE, Mining, BS . Also MS in Mgt. Midsouth . 1022 BS , MS ME , medical design. St. Louis. BS Chern, Chern Engr. X -ray 1023 exper. Director QC. Mid-west. Agency looking for executive 1024 engr. Needs marketing-engr. exper. Agency , multi-listings. 1025 1026 Mid -west new research facility. Multi-openings . 1027 Engr. & Science openings. Mid -west. Recent grads. 1028 Major company energy connected. Multi-openings. Southwest. 1033 CE 's, sanitary. New grad. and 1-3 exper. Design. Mid-west. 1034 BS Met, ME or EE . Sales. Near west. 1035 Chemists. 2 yrs . exper. & familiar with EPA standards on water quality. Missouri. BS Cer. Mfgr. Mid-west. 1036 1037 BS Mining, underground ex per. No MESA and OSHA. BS , MS Geol. & BS Mining 1038 Engr. Mid-Tennessee . Execut ive recruiting agency, 1039 gen. mgr. coal. BS & MS, ME or EE, graphic 1040 arts industry. Mid-west. N/ A 1041 1042 Research Engr. openings . Chemica ls & electronic instru ments. Mid-west. 1042A Chief engr. executive recruiters. Detroit mfgr. Multi-openings. 1043 Met. 5 yrs. exper. hydro-metal1044 lurgy. Concentrator.

File Number 1045 MS or top BS in met. research . Upper mid-west mfgr. 1047 Project engr. entry level. Mfgr. Mid-west. 1048 Chern. Engr, Chern, ME, Engr. Mgt. Multi-openings mfgr. Multi-locations. 1049 IE degree with 4-6 yrs. exper. Communications skills required. 1050 Multi-openings with the Golden Co. 1051 Agency multiple listings. 1052 Plant m etallurgist - research mid-west mfgr . 1054 BSME new or exper. Maintenance plastic mfgr. 1055 EE, ME, power/ EE eastern mfgr. Multiple openings. 1056 BS Engr. Mgt. new or exper. St. Louis. 1057 N/ A 1058 EE's for purchasing. Mid-west utility. 1059 BSME or MSME with EE for design engr . Mid-west utility. 1060 BSEE minimum 5 yrs . exper. design electromechanical devices. Mid-west utility. 1061 Programmer/ analyst , 2 yrs. COBOL. St. Louis. 1062 Agency, multiple listings. Mid-west mfgr. Multi -openings 1063 polution control. 1064 Medical products mfgr. Multiopenings. 1065 Agency multiple listings . BSEE entry level to product 1066 mgt. Mid-west u tility. 1067 TV engr. 3 yrs. with color cameras and 1st class FCC license. St. Louis. 1068 Met. 2 yrs . exper. m nondestructive testing. Southeast US 1069 BSEE MO State Govt. BSME sales St. Louis. 1070 Computer scientist South1071 eastern sta te govt. Ph.D . atmospheric sCience. 1073 West coast res. lab. 1074 MS rqd . with Chern . Eng. connection. Gulf state. 3 openings . Master's, Environmental state 1075 agency , upper mid-west. 1076 Computer systems mgr . MO State Gvt. Exper. reqd. 1077 BS CSc micro-computer pro grammer. St. Louis. BS Chern. Eng. & BSME 1078 western MO mfgr .

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File Number 1079 1 chem . eng ., 2 che mists, western MO m fgr . 1080 2 coatings chem ists for R&D . C hi cago. 1081 Major food m fgr, u pper midwest, m ulti -openings. 1082 NIA 1083 BS or MS Chem , C hem. Engr. or ME. 3 yrs. exper. research. 1084 Major food m fgr . Mu lti-openings and locations. 1085 Mgt. sC ience ana lyst. 2 yrs. exper. St. Lou is area. 1086 Mu lti -openings with m id-west food processing co. All degree a nd exper. levels. 1087 Expanding- internat iona l en ergy connected- m ulti -openings 1088 Mini ng engr. wit h 3-4 yrs. u nde rgrou nd . Wes tern state. 1089 BS or MS in CE , soi ls. Midsouth . 1090 BS Petrol engr . 2-7 yrs . ex per. Mi d -west oil. 109 1

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Extension News He r e's a l i st o f so m e o f th e ex t ens ion sh o rt co ur ses a n d co nf e r e n ces sc h ed ul ed by UMR fa cu l ty and th e ex t e n sion di visio n . W h e r e ti t les ar e not se lf ex plan ato ry yo u may call fo r mo r e detoi led i nf orm ati on i n clud i n g cos t s. Call " Extensio n Coor dinat o r ." 3 14 3 41 -420 1 o r ( 4 202 ). W r i t ten r e qu ests sho uld b e a d dr e ss e d t o Wo lte r Ri es , UMR Ex t e n sio n Divisio n , Un ive r sit y o f Mi sso ur i - Rol lo , Ro llo , M isso ur i 65 40 1.

PROGRAM NAME 24th Short Course for Painting Contractors 33rd Introduction to Paint Short Course 3rd Annual Patents Conference 5th Paint Inspectors Short Course 27th Advanced Paint Short Course Single Phase Induction Motor Design Short Course 2nd Annual Mid-America Metric Conference 3rd Annual UMR-MEC Conference on Energy Hydraulics and Hydrology of Dams Short Course on Bridge Maintenance & Repair Mid-America Metric Conference 19th Annual Asphalt Conference Retrofitting Homes for Energy Conserva t ion Interdisciplinary Mathematical Model i ng Con f e r ence MSMAlumnus

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File Number 1095A Exper. EE in electronics & BS CEo Mid-west. 1096 BS or MS in C hem. Engr. St. Lo u is. 1097 Meta l sa les. Mus t have exper. Territory , St. Lo uis and south . 1098 State govt. mgt. ana lyst specia lti es. J eff City . 1099 Major brewer has mu ltip le openings. Eastern slope loca tion. 1100 MS reqd. with tec h undergrad uate degree for specia l projects with upper mid -west mfgr. 1101 Min ing engrs. with 5-10 open pit exper. Chief and superin te ndent needt>d . 1102 EE with 5 with REA. Mid-west. 1103 See 1087. 1104 MO based refractory. Mu lti professiona l openings. 1105 MS or P h .D. EE wit h ind ustria l or academic res . background. 1106 Agency listings. 1107 Sun belt undergro und m m e wit h mul tip le openings. 1108 M id -west eq u ip. mfgr . with m u ltip le openi ngs. Entry & exper. level openings. 1109 M id -wes t chemica l mfgr. h as mul tiple open ings in m u ltip le d iscipli nes . Age ncy list ings. 1110 BSEE , 2 or more in sa les . MO. 1111 1113 BS Ma th em ployee benefit p lan ner. Mid-west. 11 14 See l 08 l.

Location Rolla , MO Rolla , MO St _ Louis, MO Rolla , MO Rolla , MO Rolla, MO St . Louis , MO Rolla , MO Rolla , MO Rolla , MO St. Louis , M O Rolla , MO Rolla , MO St. Lou i s, MO

Dates September 6-10 , 1976 September 13-17, 1976 September 18, 1976 September 20-2 4, 1976 September 27 - October 1, 1976 September 27 - October 1, 1976 September 30 - October 1, 1976 October 12- 14, 1976 October 18-22 , 1976 October 26-27 , 1976 November 11 -1 3 , 1976 N ovember 18- 19 , 197 6 Februa ry 9- 1 1, 1977 A ugust 2 9 - Sep tember 1, 1977

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1976 Fall Enrollment The trend toward increased enrollment at UMR, which started in 1974 continues_ After regular registration and five days of classes, there are 4,664 students enrolled_ This is up from 4 ,3 72 in 1975 and 4,006 in 1974_ Robert B. Lewis, director of admissions and registrar, is pleased by the overall increase, but reports that last minute cancellations and a number of "no shows" kept actual figures from reaching projections. The housing situation In Rolla undoubtedly had an adverse and limiting influence on the final count. After several days of classes, the volunteer manned housing bureau organized by the Rolla Chamber of Commerce was still handling inquiries. The Thomas Jefferson Residence Hall , acquired by the University in mid-summer , is filled. A close examination of the enrollment figures by class and curriculum reveals few surprises. Most of the increase is in engineering and mines and metallurgy, with the biggest gains in the directly energy related fields. The prospects for continued increases in enrollment appear good as long as employment opportunities are abundant and as more and more prospective students realize it will be those trained in science and technology , who will solve the problems which face us. Know a prospective student who should have more information about UMR.~ Send name and address and field of int erest to : R . B. Lewis , Director of Admission, 101 Parker Hall , University of Missouri - Rolla 314-341-4165.

1976 Summer Enrollment Enrollment at the University of Missouri-Rolla for the summer session totaled 1, 134 at the end of regular registration . This total compares with 1, 117 students enrolled at the close of regular registration last summer and 963 for summer 1973.

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Do you have available any of the following journals? Can you fill in the gaps in the UMR library holdings? Please search your personal or company holdings to see if you can help out. Any missing journals which can be replaced by alumni gifts will save dollars for other vital library needs . This list was prepared by the UMR library staff at the request of the Board of Directors of the Association, who acted with the conviction that alumni could help. Contact the UMR Library, University of Missouri - Rolla , Rolla , MO 65401 for shipping instructions . Certain materials may be deductible for tax purposes .

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32 11 1-3-1946 33 # 1-3- 1947 17 11 11 Acta Crystallographica Acta Metallurgica 15 11 5- 1967 and 18 11 11 Adhesion 18 11 5-8 1974 Advances in Mathematics 11 114 Advances in Physi cs 17 1170, 71 - 1968 Agricultural & Biological Chemistry 34 112 -12 1970 , 36 II I 50 II I Agricultural Engineering Air Force Civil Engineer 6 114 19 II ll -Nov 1969 Air Pollution Control Assoc . Jrnl 1 11 1,2 ,5- 12 1969 Airline Management 118 ,11 6-8 , 15 , 24 , 119 11 12 , 15 , 18-20 America 120 11 1,2, 4 , 9 , 10 & 121 11 13 , 14 American Academy of Political & Social Sciences Monograph 11 3 29 II I 1965 , 1967 V31 116 , 7, 8 1970American Artist Ma y, 1971-May 1969 V.33 116 , 7 , 9 , 3 1 11 3-7 , 1967 ( lasthalfyr. ) American Aviation 12 11 1-1968 American Behavior Science 100 -1967 , 1969 -Mar-Dec American Builder 34- 19 5 1, Ja 1975 , Aug -73 , Nov -72 American Ceramic Society Jrnl 78 May -J e American Chemical Society Jrnl II I Nov 1975 , 83-1968 , 81-Nov , 66 American City 70 #J e-Se pt 197 3 American Concrete Institute 64 11 5 -1974 American Economic Review 50 American Histori ca l Review American Institute of Mining Metallurgical 13 II I & Petroleum EngT 65 114 1971 AmericanJrnl of Intl Law 77 #2 , AmericanJrnl of Mathematics 14 -# 1, 3, AmericanJrnl of Legal History 78 #4-1973 American Jrnl of Sociology 1971 March American Import &'Export Bulletin 47 11 12 Dec 1966 American Metero logical Society Bulletin 65 11 33 1 American Statistical Assoc . Jrnl 5- 196 3 Analytical Biochemistry 11 11 7- 197 2 Angewandte_Chemie 1970 -11 10 , 11 1971 -1-9 Annales de Mines 92 112 , 3 Annals of Mathe matics 1971 11 11 , 1972 11 1-8 Annales des Mines 3#5,4 11 1,2 # 1, 2 , 4 , 6 , vo l 1 (a ll ) AntarticJournal 3- 197 3 Applied Acoustics 29 ,11 4 - 197 5 Applied Microbiology 15 11 4. 16 11 1-1974 Arch itectural Metals 137 11 5 (Dec 1972) Architectural Forum Sept -Dec 1971 , Ja¡Sept 19 72 Architectual Re co rd 70 113 Archiv fur Mikrobiologie 1970 -V-22 , 23 -1971 Archives of Applied Mechanics 20 113 Archives des Sciences 99 11 5. 8 ASCE (Soil Mechanics & Foundation) American Assoc. University Professo rs Bulletin

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ASCE Aerospace Highway Irrigation Power Sanitary Engy Hydraulics Transportation Engy Urban Planning Soil Mechanics Structural Surveying & Mapping Construction Waterwa ys & Habor Art News ASME Transactions Series H ASME Transactions Series G Astrophysics Atmospheric Environment Atomic Data Atomic Energy Review Atomic Energy Russian Australian J rnl of Chemistry Australian J rnl of Statistics Automatic Electric Automation Banking Behavioral Science Beihefte Zum GeologischenJahrbuch Better Roads Bibliotheque D ' Humanisme et Renasissance Biochemistry Biochimica et Biophysica Acta Biochimica et Biophysical Acta Previews Biophysics Bolltino de Geofisica British Chemical Engineering British Ceramic Society Trans British Foundryman British J rnl for the Philosophy of Science BritishJrnl of Social & Clinical Psychology British Museum Natural History British Steelmaker Building Research Building Systems Design Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists Business Abroad Business Societe Review Business Automation Business Graphics Business Business Business Business

History Reviews Horizon Management Week

HOMECOMING 1976 OCTOBER 22路23 REUNIONS 1926 AND BEFORE 1931,1936,1938,1941, 1946,1951,1956, 1961,1966& 1971 MSM Alumnus

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PLAN TO ATTEND HOMECOMING? YOU SHOULD MAKE RESERVA nONS EARLY

Faculty Additions Certain additions have been made to the faculty to handle vacancies caused by retirements and resignations as well as leaves of absence and to accommodate the increase in enrollment. Following are the names, titles and departments of those joining the faculty, Stig E, Friberg, Professor of Chemistry and Chairman of the Department; Gunilla Gillberg, Research Assistant, Professor of Chemistry ; Ricardo B. Jacquez , Assistant Professor , C i v i I Engr.; Edwin Orwat , Instructor , Civil Engr.; Henry E. Metzner, Associate Professor , Engineering Management; Henry H. Sineath , Visiting Associate Professor , Engineering Management; Jeanne Bedell, Visiting Assistant Professor of English; Joseph H. Marchal , Visiting Assistant Professor of Philosophy; Douglas Wixson , Jr., Assistant Professor of English; J. C. Hankins, Instructor, Mathematics; Karl O. Rehmer, Instructor, Mathematics; Robert W. Crobin, Visiting Research Assistant Professor, Physics; Edwin Pearson, Visiting Assistant Professor, Physics; James J. Eppenauer , Instructor , Economics; Dennis Goodman, Instructor, Economics ; Carroll Hughes, Assistant Professor, Psychology; Thomas Sylvia, Instructor, Economics; James Bosscher, Assistant Professor , Engineering Mechanics; Mahmood Sultan , Instructor , Electrical Engineering; Duke Tweed, Visiting Assistant Professor, Electrical Engr.; Mahmoud Varpanah , Visiting Assistant Professor, Electrical Engr.; Norman Smith, Assistant Professor , Mining Engr.; and Ronald G. Bohley , Director , Library.

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Class Agent Recruitment Begins As this is written, 162 alumni have agreed to become Class Agents for the MSM-UMR Alumni Association. Bob Brackbill , in his letter of invitation to prospective class agents said: " In reviewing the success of other alumni organizations compared to ours , it appears we lack one element of organization that might be the key to developing our Association into one of the finest in the nation. The element that is missing is the class agent system. This system has been used most successfully by Harvard and other Ivy League universities. A few of the Rolla graduating classes have initiated their own class representatives. My class , '42 , had the largest percentage of graduates return to their 25th anniversary reunion and Homecoming. This was accomplished through the efforts of one man , Tony Homyk. The Class of 1949, through the efforts of a few individuals , surpassed our reunion, not only in numbers , but in providing additional social events for the returning alumni. Last year the Class of 1950, again through the efforts of a few individuals, provided another outstanding success.

Over Fifty Years Ted Machin Wayne S. Frame Elmer Gammeter

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This , of course , is evidence that concerned alumni , acting as class agents , can revitalize alumni interest in the school. " And further , "You are one of those that we selected. Hopefully you will accept this appointment and its asso ciated responsibility. Your primary responsibility will be to contact other members of your class encouraging their return for Homecoming festivities and / or participation in the Alumni Associa tion and its act~ities. I assure you that your efforts will result in a rewarding experience. The renewal of old acquaintances through this media has repaid me many-fold for my time and money spent on alumni affairs. " In the letter responding to affirmative answers to the invitation , Brack said : " Many asked, 'What are we to do? ' The simple answer might be , 'To influence greater participation in alumni activities by members of your graduating class . ' " Initially , you and others who have consented to participate should review the roster of alumni from your graduating class and identify those

1941

1945

Wayne Bennetsen Andy Cochran Don Falkingham Fred Finley Warren Loveridge Bob Nevins

Bob R ankin

Vern Gevecker Al Mitchell Roll a Wade

1932 Will Brewer R ex Monroe

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Bill Dennis Jim Menefee Herman Pfeifer

1937 Frank Appleyard

1938 Craig Ellis Belding McCurdy Norman Peukert

1939 Hugh Barger Ted Heiser Joe Mooney John Soult

1942 Bob Brackbill Bill Busch Tony Homyk Jack Lyons

1943 Bob Ehrlich Bill Flood Ray Kaste n Jim Paul

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1956 Jerry LeRo Joe Y Pete'

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1935

1934

1936

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Have you been asked, or would yo u like to be asked? Let Frank Mackaman know in the alumni office and yo u will soon be off and running. Here are those who have already signed up. More are needed.

Durward Fagan

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"Class Agents for those classes not being honored during the next year might direct their efforts toward a membership drive for the Association . One of our problems is to maintain an individual 's continuous membership. We also need to upgrade memberships to the Century Club. This is where yo ur efforts ca n produce additional strength to our Association. "

Bob Klorer Hans Schmoldt Ernst Weinel

Ollie Kamper Jim Murphy

Tom English C. ]. (Jack) Potter 1930 Jim Grimm S. Allan (Stoney) Stone

members of your class who are most familiar to you. Then you should arrange to discuss the list with any other agents from your class . " Initial effort might be directed toward the 1976 and 1977 Homecom ings . The five-year anniversary classes , and particularly the 25th anniversary class ; should receive the greatest effort. Our experien"Ce indicates that once an alumnus returns , his future involvement is quite normal.

1940 Rex Alford George Fort C. C. " Pete " Palmer

1933 John Farmer Bill Kay

Al Barnard Bill Knight Charles Freeman Bill Schweickhardt

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1946 Ken Wilh elms 1947 Elm er Belew John Brixius Rod Schaefer Jim Stephen s Ron Tappmeyer

1948 John Hepp H a rve y Leaver

1949 Bob Ba y Do n De Bolt Bill Gammon N ick Holloway Ri c h Otto Len Schul er Joe Strubert

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1957

1962

1967

Ed Barsachs Stan Dolecki Aaron Greenberg

Bill Atchley Roger Feaster David Kick Cliff Tanquary Jack Toliver

Pat Duvall Gene Fadler Jim Joiner Dick Rouse Bob Tooke

1951 George Comanich Herman Fritschen Charles Lehmann Bruce Tarantola Bill Tsai

1952 Dick Bauer Fred Kummer Dan Martin

1953 Thor Gjelsteen Pete Hansen Mi lan Lipensky

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1963

Ted Dinkel Richard Kastel Ed Kettenbrink Gail Kettenbrink Don Scarpero Gary Sievert

Del Day Paul Munger Dick Okenfuss Tom O'Keefe George Tomazi Billy West

Al LaPlante George Schillinger Bob Sieckhaus

Rodger Elliott Dixie Finley

1959 Jerry Bayless Lucien Bolon Ed Homsey Ron Kibler Jerry Stevenson

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1964

1969

Al Buescher Harry Edwards Stuart Ferrell Frank King David Michel Larry Parkinson

Don Ascoli Bob Bruce

1965

1971

1970 Dennis Jaggi Roger LaBoube Ranjit Roy

Jim Santiago

Art Baebler

Virgil Flanigan Jerry Gilmore Harold Kosten

Jim Cunningham Dan Goodman Walt Mulyca Bob Otto C harles Toedtman

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1961

1966

1974

Jerry Overton LeRoy Thompson Joe Yancik Pete Yiannos

Al Bolon Farouk EI-Baz Larry Farmer Neal Grannemann Rene Leonard Jerry Patterson

Al Behring Jim Bertelsmeyer Matt Coco Vince Crane Lennie Kirberg Sam Scheer Alan Shaffer

Ruth Legsdin Anderson Marv Borgmeyer Mike Chase Mark Herzog

1954 Frank Conci Bob Patterson

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1960

Don Frankforther

1972 1973 Vic Lomax

1976 Garry Aronberg Art Bell

NECROLOGY These members have been reported as deceased to the Alumni Office -

Adler, Arthur George '42 Bierman, Hyman '33 Bishop , Billie J. '5 1 Boltz , David Ferdinand '40 Bording , Mark Lindsey ' 75 Bradford, Walter Lynn '27 Braeutigam , Raymond Louis '33 Butts , Ralph H. (B uster) '26 Chambers , Jeffrey Lewis '70 Christia n , Charles Eugene '53 Cirkal , Elmer F. ' 30 Coons. Henry Bradbury ' 34 Cotner, Jerry E . '5 1 Dodson , Virgil Ivan '33 Durning , William C. '19 Dwyer. Howard Clayton '67 Edwards, Francis C. (Ike) Fischer , Paul Edgar '23 Friedmann , Charles Lester ' 51 Hamilton , Robert C. '49 Harris, Gene Lewis '33 Hasselmann, Karl Frederick '25 Hirsch , Robert L. ' 52

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Hoey , Kevin M . '7 6 Holman , Joseph Albert '58 Holtman , Louis William '35 Hurd , Harold Waller '2 1 Jarrett, Walter Robertson '37 Jennings, Ceci l Edgar '46 Kaley , Charles Bayard '23 Kaullen , Fred Adam '22 Keelvn. James Lawton ' 12 Klesath , Vernon Leslie ' 32 Knowles , Kenneth John '62 Lasko , Edward Patrick '50 LewIs. Dwight Edmond '47 Lodwick. Uewelyn (Ole) ' 14 McGaughey , Charles Edward McGaughey, Charles Edward '50 McQuie , George ' 54 Miller , Floyd James Jr. '66 Mueller , Harold Edward '50 Murray , Robert Eugene '45 N ix , Foster Cary '25 Reeves, John Milton '23 Roberts , J oe B. '55

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August 31, 1976.

Sangthong, Vinai ' 75 Schmitz, Norbe rt Henry '66 Schultz, Ronald Keith '65 Scott, Guy Roberts '24 Sechrest , Roger W ilson '72 Spahr , Mars hall Richard '36 Stand ley, Franklin Ray '61 Sverdrup , Leif John '52 Thoroughman, Frank Marian '32 Thurman , Gary Dwight ' 72 Trueting , Frank Lewis '10 Veatch , Nathan Thomas '73 Victor , John Joseph Jr. '55 Waddell , Paul Gordon '27 Walsh , David Francis '23 Ware , Walter Justus ' 31 Weld , Laurence Allen '71 Wenger , Francis Edward Jr. '31 Wesley , Michael S. '73 Wiley , Max Raber '33 Wilson, James Wesley '62 Zieseniss , Harry Wesley '20

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Paul Doll

Paul Doll Paul N. Doll . PE. Executive Director of the Missouri Society of Professional Engineers since 1954. was honored May 15 with a surprise party and recognition dinner a t Ramada Inn in Jefferson City. Doll retired July 1. 1976 . More than 250 persons representing government . state organizations. associa tions . civi c clubs. community projects. and professional engi neers from Missouri and other states of the nation. participated in the ceremonies . William R. Gibbs. PE. president of MSPE. presided at the dinner. Master of ceremonies was J. Kent Roberts . '50 PE. Rolla. past president of MSPE. T he Reverend Arthur M. Hughes. assistant pastor of the First Presbyterian Church . of which Doll is an elder. gave the invocation. Contri buti ons to the MSPE Educational Foundation Fund . honoring Doll . were an nounced by President Gibbs who reported the total in the fund n ow exceeds $13.000 more than half the activation goal established by the bo ard of directo rs. Doll . a UMC grad . always maintain ed most cordia l relations with U MR and especially the al umni office. We will miss h im as a professional colleague .

Ratchford at KState Dr. C. Brice Ratchford. former president of the University of Missouri. will be joining the department of economics at Kansas State University. Manhattan. around August 1. as a visiting professor. "Dr. Ratchford will explore new Extension economics programs. especially in the area of international marketing of agricultural commodities . " said Dr. Paul L. Kelley. head of the KSU department of economics. in announcing the one year appointment. "This is an area vital to farm incomes in Kansas and the Great Plains. and because of its impact on America 's balance of payments. to the national econ omy as well. " Kelley said that Ratchford would be on sabbatical leave from UM while at K-State and that Ratchford planned to Jom the University of Missouri Columbia department of agricultural economics in the fall of 1977 . Dr. James C . Olson. Interim President of the University of Missouri. issued the following statement. "I am delighted to hear of the appointment by Kansas State University of Dr. Ratchford to such an important assignment. Food production and the world trade of agricultural commodities have become increasingly important to the economy of the U nited States and the h ea lth and welfare of the entire world's population. They will take on even greater importance in the future. "I can think of no better person KSU could have chosen to h andle this project than Dr. Ratchford. 1 offer both of them my personal congratulations . I hope this sabbatical year will be a good one for both Brice and Betty Ratchfor d. "

John C. Weaver to Retire From Presidency J ohn C. Weaver . president of the University of Wisconsin System . will retire on June 30. 1977. in order to return to the teac hing of geography. W eave r served as president of the Un V L rsity of Missou ri from 1966 until 1970 and was m ade an honorary life m mOer of the MSM-UMR lu mni As'V( iation in 1967 . \1\ eavt"r said in a statement that he prom i ed himself years ago th at . before

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he concluded his academic life. " I wou ld once again re turn to the sa tisfa ction of maps and books. " He con tin ued: "By J uly 1 of nex t year. I will h ave no more than thi' normal expect ation of eight years to make good on tha t self-promise I believe that tim e both entitles and compels m e to now move fairl y promp tl y into the final chapter of my active professional life . "

Alumni Personals

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1 9 1 0 John W . Bodman. of 548 Yawl Lane. Sarasota. FL 33577 . has written to let us know that he and Emily are planning to b e in Rolla for Homecoming. 1 923 Margaret Kaley has written to notify us of the death of Charles B. Kaley. 2400 San Emidio St. . Bakersfield. CA 93304 . on June 29.1976 . Roy A . Lindgren . of 4038 Trafalgar Lane . Oak Lawn . IL 60453 . has been retired from the Wisconsin Steel Division of International Harvester since 1965 . Mr. Lindgren had been with them for 44 years and retired as President. David F. Walsh . 78 Rolla Gardens . R olla . died July 19 . at the age of 78 . 1 924

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Charl es B. Kentnor. Jr. . 72- /1. H em age Village . Southbury. 'T 0648 . is one of nine to be designated as "Sel1J or Builders " by the Bridgepo t A rea Chamber of Commerce . Ead¡ oj t he award recipients was given a sl i e: bowl and scroll with a written tribu te M r. Kentnor's scroll read . "H ospH a Lhai rma n . University tJ stee. t h i~ a[ fable arnval from JYlIssoun has presldea over Fairfield 's Board of Trad e. Com m un ity C hest . Rotary C lub . W hether wo rking with m etals or people. he 's h ad the touc h to shape them to good ends.. " Mr. Kentnor is also Chairman of the Board of W.S. Rockwell Co . in Fairfield . Augu st 1976

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We have been informed by Mrs . Paul Waddell that her h usband expired April 24 , 1976. His mailing address had been P .O. Box 885 , Casa Grande, AZ 85222 .

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Karl Hasselmann , '25 , died in Roch ester, Minnesota , on July 25, 19 76 . Karl is survived by his widow Marjory. A na tive of Rock Rapids, Iowa, M r Hasselmann was recruited to the Schoo of Mines by fellow Iowan, Joe M . Wilson , '2 1. Karl was a letterman in both track and football , a Sigma Nu , T het a Tau and a lifelong booster of his alm a mater. His distinguished professional a nd civic career brought him honor from his university. He earned the Bachelor of Science in Mining Enginee ring in 1925, the Engineer of Mines in 1945 and the Doctor of Engineering honan's causa in 1966. I n parti al recognition of his service to the Alumni Association, he was presented with the Alumni Certificate of Merit in 195 1. Last yea r he was one of two UMR alumni to be selected for membership in

the University of Missouri Counsulate. Much of the organization of the Alumni Association as it is today is due to the post World War II work that Karl did with Fred Schneeberger and Harry Pence . During his business career with Salt Dome Oil, Karl employed many MSM alumni. He also traveled extensively on Association business and was known to hundreds of graduates. In recent years his activities were curtailed by uncertain health and his last visit to the campus was in May of 1975 for the fifty year anniversary of his graduation. Funeral services were held in Houston and attended by many of his friends. From the university family , Merl Baker represented the President's Office , Robert M . Brackbill the Alumni Association and Howard Eloe the Chancellor 's Office.

Pryor Harvey . ..

Margaret Kennedy.

In the August 1975 issue of the A LUM N US the re appeared a featur e story o n longtime Rolla resident and Unive rsity e mp loyee , Pryor Harvey . In this issue we are saddened to report th at Pryo r died June 1,1976 , in Springfield, MO . His death occurred after surgery for a hip ailment.

Mrs. Margaret M. Kennedy, wife of Dan Kenned y, '26 , died June 15 , 1976 , in R oll a. Mrs . Kenned y is survived by her hus ba nd , her da ughter , grandaugh路 te r , and great 路 grandc hildren. A picture of the Ken nedys appeared in the June MSNI A lumnus, it was ta ken at Dan 's fi ft y year re union .

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Robert Roesser, 9 Ellie Crt., Lancaster, NY 14086, retired after 27 years as Director of Engineering, Erie County Health Department. Harold]. Bruegging, general mana ger of operations fo r Missouri Po we r and Light Co., has retired after 40 years with the company. He is a member of many civic and church organizations. His home address is 801 Houchin, Jefferson City, MO 65101. Mrs . Klesath has notified us of t he death of her husband, Vernon Lesl ie Klesath , Sr., on Ma rch 26 , 1976.

1 933 R einhardt Schuhman, Jr. , '33, was recently elected to membership in the National Academy of Engineering, the highest professional distinction that can be conferred on an engineer. Professor Schuhman , Ross Distinguished Profess 路 or of Engineering and professor of metallurgical engineering, is a longtime member of the facult y a t Prudue University. The academy is a private o rgani za tion established in 1964 to share in the responsibility given the Na tional Acad emy of Sciences under Congressional charter to examine questions of science and technology at the request of the fed era l government. Election to this academy signifies these individua ls have made important contributions to engi neering theory and practice or have demonstrated unusual accomplishmen ts in the pioneering of new and develo ping fields of technology . The A lumni Office h as been notified of t he death of Ge ne Lewis Harris of Springfie ld , MO . Sheldon L. Bierm a n has notifi ed us o f the d ea th of his father , Hymen Bierma n , of 16801 IngleSide , South H olla nd, IL , in May 1976 .

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1 9 3 3 (Cont.) William W. Kay, The Highlands , Drums, P A 18222, is active in energy matters. Not only is he mmmg consultant & principal of the Earth Resources Group, but he is vice chairman of the Middle Atlantic Coastal Advisory Council of National Society of Professional Engineers, a member of the Energy Task Force and the Pennsylvania Society of Professional Engineers, and he testified at the Congressional hearings on offshore drilling and for the Bureau of Land Management. 1 934

Tom and Mary Stewart are now at home at RR I , Keyesport , IL 62253 and Tom is concentrating on golf and the fish in Carlyle Lake.

1 9 3 7 (Cont.) Peter F. Mattei , '37, past-president of the MSM-UMR Alumni Association has been elected president of the Missouri Society of Professional Engineers. He was inducted at the annual meeting June 10th. In his acceptance speech Pete closed with these remarks: "May I say now that I have always considered it an honor and a privilege to be an engineer and particularly to be a member of MSPE. To be your president goes far beyond that. "As your president, I pledge to devote myself as earnestly and as fully as I know how to furthering, and defending as necessary , the high standards of our professions that are the essence of our society 's being. "Thank you."

1 935 William H. McDill retired as chief engineer for Dutton Mfg. Div . of Pepper Industries, Inc. in San Diego as of July 2,1976. His new address is 1750 Prefumo Cyn Rd. #66, San Luis Obispo , CA 94301, and his new title is Resident Granddad. (Granddaughter lives near new residence. ) 1 9 3 6 A Reunion Class Eugene J. Daily, of 816 Dennison Drive, Champaign, IL 61820, is 1975-76 President Elect of the Consulting Engineering Council of Illinois. Mr. Daily is President of Daily & Assoc. Engrs . , Inc. in Champaign. Robert T. Chapman, 265 North Camino Del Vate, Green Valley, AZ 85614 , has opened an office for private practice as a mining consultant. Mr. Chapman has had a long and varied career in the industry including responsibility for mine operations and mineral exploration in the U.S . and many foreign countries.

1 937 Ross R. Carrolla is a project engineer with Saudi Arabian Bechtel Co., Dhahran Airport , P.O . Box 88 , Dhahran , Saudi Arabia. His current project consists of treating 4.2 million bbls. of seawater a day and transporting it 62 miles thru twin 56 "- 60 " pipelines for injection into oil wells to maintain pressure and increase production. 38

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Dr . Shio Chuan Sun , professor of mineral preparation at the Pennsylvania State University has retired with emeritus rank after serving 30 years on the faculty. His current research interests include characterization of anthracite coal refuse, relative grindability of coal lithotypes , effective removal of sulfur from coal and coal refuse, electrokinetic study of the absorption of water pollutants by coal lithotypes and mineral matters in coal mine refuse, utilization of anthracite coal refuse for the manufacturing of building materials , and the concrete block industry - national and regional approaches. He is the author of 70 articles in technical journals . Dr. Sun 's home address is 213 West Mitchell Ave., S La te College, P A 16801.

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C. H. Cotterill' 40 Carl H. Cotterill, of 6030 Corland Court , McLean , VA 22101 , has been appointed Bureau of Mines Assistant Director for Metals, Minerals, and Materials. In his new position, Cotterill will be in charge of Bureau factfinding divisions that are the Government's principal source of statistical and analytical data concerning production and use of ferrous and non-ferrous metals and non-metallic minerals nationwide and worldwide.

1 943 Edward T . Kendall, Jr., 4829 Currituck Dr. , Charlotte, NC 28210 , plans to retire from General Services Administration about this time next year. Mr. Kendall said, "Have enjoyed it , but have some hobbies to take care of - antique aircraft & autos - K4FRJ."

1 9 4 5 The Alumni Office has been notified of the death of Robert Eugene Murray on July 14 , 1976 . Mr. Murray's home was 9739 Twincrest Drive, St. Louis, MO 63126. He was a partner in the firm of Muehlenkamp , Heitman & Murray. Mr. Murray is survived by his wife , Virginia and their two children, Susan and Kenneth. Jack K. Ozawa has a new position with ARCO Chemical Co. - Division of Atlantic Richfield - he is Manager Refinery Laison in their Philadelphia Plant. His supervisor is also a fellow alumnus , Charles N . Hudson , '48 , Manager of Manufacturing. Jack 's new home address is 115 Sharrow Vale Road, Cherry Hill, NJ 08034. 1 946 The Alumni Office has been notified of the death of Cecil Edgar Jennings . August 1976

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1 9 ... 9 Gordon L. Scofield, of 402 Vivian, Houghton, MI 49931, has been e lected national president of SAE for 1977 -78. Dr. Scofield is Head , Department of Mechanical Engineering and Engineering Mechanics at Michigan Technological University.

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REUNIONS R. D. Bay ' 49 The Senate has confirmed the nomination by President Gerald R. Ford of Robert D. Bay as Brigadier General of the United States Army Reserve. General Bay, 49 years old , is a resident of Creve Coeur , MO. I n civilian life he is the director of technical services of Laclede Steel Company , St. Louis. He is a 1949 graduate of the University of Missouri - Rolla, where he holds degrees in civil engineering and engineering management. He is a national vice president of the MSM-UMR Alumni Association , a national director of the American Society of Civil Engineers , presidentelect of the St. Louis Chapter of the Missouri Society of Professional Engineers , a member of the Missouri Athletic Club, the Rotary Club of St. Louis, and the Engineers ' Club of St. Lou is. He has been honored as Young Engineer of the Year of Missouri in 1962 and was elected to and is a past chairman of the Academy of Civil Engineers at the University of MissouriRolla. Genera l Bay is Deputy Commander of the 4 16th Engineer Command in Chicago, IL. The command covers the eight -state region of Illinois , Indiana , Iowa , Michigan , Minnesota , Missouri , North Dakota , and Wisconsin. It is the largest engineer type unit in the reserve structu re . He served for more than twen ty years in the 102D USARCOM, St. Louis , whe re he was Chief of Staff and G-3. During Wo rld War II , he served in the Sou th Pacific with the 86th Infantry Division. MSMAlumnus

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1 9 5 0 (Cont.) Charles E. McGaughey died July 6, 1976. He is survived by his wife Myra of 120 Chelsea, Shreveport, LA and his fami ly. Chuck was long active in the Ark- La- Tex Section of the Association, a past -officer of same, and had earned the Silver Miner Award at his 25th Reunion last Homecoming. C h a rles E. Brinkmann, of 311 Oak Terrace, Mobe rl y, MO 65270, has been appointed genera l manager of operations for Missouri Power and Light Compa n y a nd is being transferred to Jefferson City. Brinkmann joined MPL in 1951 as an e ngineer. He is a registered PE a nd has served in several offices of that organization . Brinkmann is a lso a member of IEEE , the Moberly R ota ry Club and the Trinity United Methodist Church. H e and his wife Virginia and their two daughters are in the process of reloca ting in J eff.

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1961,1966& 1971

Arthur A. Dasenbrock, Tropicana Apts . #75,5031 Monroe Street , Groves, TX 77619 , is employed by Stone & Webster Engr. Corp. He is presently working on the construction of a one billion pound / ye ar light olefins unit for Texaco , Inc. in Port Arthur. Robert E . Vansant , 435 East 55th Street , Kansas City , MO 64110 , has lectured at UMR many times on englneenng law. Bob is Assistant Engineering Manager , Civil and Environmenta l Division , Black & Veatch. H e obtained aJ.D. several years ago and is now involved in UMR Civil Engineering Short Courses on Groundwat er Analyszs and th e Design of Dewat ering Syst ems and Embankm ent Dams, Soil Aspects. His lectures are on the subject of construction specifications. Vansant is former president of the Construction Specifications Institute . Elmer D. Packheiser was elected to the position of Adm. Lt. Gov. , District 18 at the Toastmaster spring conference at Haggerstown , MD. Mr. Packheiser works for Westinghouse Oceanic Divi sion as Su pervisor of Configuration and Data Management. Mr. and Mrs. Packheiser live at 307 S. Cherry Grove Ave. , Annapolis, MD.

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D . W. Marshall '50 Captain Donald W. Marsha ll retired from the U .S. Public Health Service on June 1, 1976 , after 31 years of Federal and State service. Captain Marsha ll was awarded USPHS Meritorious Service Meda l and HEW 's Chicago Regional Director 's Citation in 1970 and holds severa l service awards for ac tive duty wi th the U.S. Army. Don and his wife , Lou , are moving to Route 1, Box 261-A, Sunrise Beach , MO 65079.

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Dona ld A. Rumsey, 18 Coolidge Ave., Glens Falls, NY 12801, an Associate Professor of Engineering at Adirondack Community College sent the following note with a recent gift. "If you will send me a UMR catalog and appropriate literature, I will send you some transfer students. " Thanks , Don .

Dr. LeRoy Thompson, 5860 SW 89th Place, Miami, FL, was recently promoted to professor and granted tenure by Florida International University. Dr. Thompson is active in Alumni Association affairs serving both as Class Agent and principal organizer of the Gold Coast Section. james A. Unnerstall has been named general manager-purchasing for Standard Oil Company (Indiana) . He will manage the world-wide purchase of equipment, supplies , services and nonpetroleum materials. Unnerstall h~s held several positions with the consolidated company since joining Standard in 1956 . He and his wife, Theresa, have two children, Ronald 15, and Alan 13 . On March 12 , 1976, Dr. Bruce R. Doe of 815 Estes St., ' Lakewood, CO 80215, presented the 1976 Vernadsky Memorial Lecture in Moscow, USSR, at the invitation of the Soviet Academy of Sciences. The title of the lecture was "General Theory of Plumbotectonics".

9 5 3 Charles E . Christian passed away suddenly on May 26 , 1976, due to cancer. A native of St. Louis, Missouri, he has been actively involved in the general contracting business for over two decades. Prior to establishing his own business in 1969, he was associated with one of the St. Louis area's major contractors for fifteen years. He held a B.S. degree in Civil Engineering from Missouri School of Mines and Metallurgy at Rolla and was a member of both the Missouri and National Soc ieties of Professional Engi neers, and the Engineers Club of St. Louis. He is survived by his wife, joan, who was St. Pat 's Queen at Rolla in 1953 . His oldest son, Matthew, has just comp leted his freshman year at Rolla. His other two children, Ann and Roy, attend schools in the St. Louis area. A Scholarship Fund in memory of "Chuck" has been established at the University.

1 9 5 5 Charles H. McAninch has been promoted to the head of the plant engineers department a~ Carter. Ca rburetor Div . of ACF main plant In St. Louis . He lives at 11740 Sheffield Dr. , Florissant, MO 63033.

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W. L. Haubein ' 56 Wendell L. Haubein has been appointed vice president - engineering of Aerojet Ordinance and Manufacturing Company. Haubein, a n Aerojet employee for the past 15 years, formerly was d irector of engineering . He h as responsibility for a ll engineering in development a nd production of ordnance items. He and his wife , Georgia , and their three c hi ldren live at 101 9 N. Co rnell Ave., Fullerton , CA 9263 1. 1 957 jack E . To liver, 1441 Sioux Trail , N iles, MI 49 120 , has been elected assista nt secretary of the board of direc tors of C lark Equipment Co. in Buchanan , MI. Mr . Toliver join ed Clark in 1971 as an attorney .

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Paul N . Shy , 6836 Holmes , Kansas City , MO 64131 , has assumed the duties of president of the Smithville Citizens Bank & Trust Co. Mr . Shy has had a wide variety of experience in banking. His credentials include attendance at the Stonier Graduate School of Banking at Rutgers, the School of Banking, Public Relations and Marketing at Northwestern University and advisory director of Credit Systems, Inc. ]. Dale West has been a ppointed Assistant Superintendent of the Olefin Division for Texas Eastman Co. Prior to this assignment , he was Assistant Su perintendent , #2 Olefin Dept. Dale a nd his wife, Verlyn , and children Mike and Shelley reside at 2400 Wood hollow Ct. , Longview, TX 756 01 . Terry Lee Mills , of 106 Plantation, Houston , TX 77024 , has been elected First Vice President of Blyt h Eastman Dillon . Mills , who joined a predecessor firm in 1968, was named Resident Ma n ager of the Houston office in 1974.

like the World Bank, is a n interna tional Shelby Ray Turnbull has received the development finance institution. Its Master of Divinity degree from Midfocus is on promoting investm ent and ' wes tern Baptist Theological Seminary fostering economic growth in the Asian in Kansas City. He is presently serving as and Far Eastern region, including the pastor of the First Baptist Church of South Pacific. In his new post , Dr. Rich Mill . Shelby and his wife Brenda Kohnen handles Bank-financed projects have three children, Quentin , Scott, in the electrica l power sector through- and Jason. out Bangladesh, Burma , Indonesia, Ma laysia , Pakistan , Philippines and Korea . Robert D. Koester, of 2150 Scenic Drive , NE, Lancaster, OH 43130, has received his M.S. in Business Management from Xavier Univ . in Cincinnati . Mr. Koester is a section manager in the labs at Babcock & Wilcox. Carlos M. Lago , 24 Peabody Terrace, Apt. 506 , Cambridge, MA 021 38, has just completed his first yea r toward an MBA a t Harvard Business School. Mahesh Patel a nd IlIa , 17 Oak Ridge Lane, Al bertson , NY 11507 have a second child , a boy, Manish Patel, born November 30, 1975. H. K. Edwards '64 1 96-4 Dr. Harry K. Edwards , Professor of Sheldon L. Bierman and his wife , Industrial Engineering at General Carole, ha ve a daughter, R ebecca Motors Institute in Flint , MI , was Elizabeth , born in June. The Bierman n a m ed as recipient of the GMI A lumni family lives at 270 1 Connecticut Ave . , Foundatio n 's Distinguished Teaching NW #209 , Washington, DC 20008. Mr. Award for 197 6 during the annual GMI Bierman is an a ttorney. commen cement ceremonies held on July Gary R. Holland has been promoted 29 , 1976. Nominators for Dr. Edwards to Group Director of Marketing for the stated they , "feel that in the classroom Toro Company. He will head all yo u demand and motivate excellence, marketing activIties for Toro turf while showing concern for each student maintenance equipment and consumer as a person and rewarding effort fairly. product lines , as well as continue to Your competence, concern , and commanage planning functions for the mon sense add prestige to your group, including forecasting and mar路 profession , to your department , and to keting research. Holl and has been with GM!. "Dr. Edwards was presented wi th Toro since 1973. His home address is a certificate and a check. He and his 4921 Logan Ave . S. , Minneapolis , MN wife , the former Cathie Potter , and ') 5409 . their two children live at 1453 Huntley Dr . . Flint , MI 48507. Steve Perry , Data Processing Super196 5 Visor , Port of Tacoma, reports that he C I Y d e A. Vandivort, 1885-212 a nd his Wife Robin are parents of a son, T imothy, born November 8, 1975. He McKelvey Hill , Maryland Heights , MO was a 10 pounder. The Perry 's live at 63 04 3, has been appointed production 32 722 32 Ave. SW, Federal Way, WA manager in Hog Chows Product Development of the Chow Division, 98003 . Marketing Departm ent of Ralston Robert E. Hufft , 2926 S. Versai lles , Purina. Springfield , MO 65804 h as affiliated in 1965 a group urthopedic surgery practice in Dennis E. Schwieger, 34 14 52nd St. , Springfield. He previously did his Mo line , IL 61265 , received an MA In reSidenc y and taught at the Oklahoma business fro m the University of Health Sciences Center. Nort hern Iowa on July 30 , 1976 .

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196 3 Dr . James L. Kohnen has left the World Intellectual Property OrganizatIOn. an agency of the UnIted Na tions , in order to take up dut ies with the Asia n Developme nt Bank , P.O. Box 789 , 2800 Manila Philippines. The _~ s ian Bank .

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1 9 6 5 (Cont.) Tom and Betty Sunkel have a new son, James Matthew, born May 20, 1976. He joins an older brother , Steve, who is now three. Tom is a photogram metri c engineer for the Missouri Highway Department. Their address is 405 Belair Dr. , Jefferson City, MO 65101. Dr. "W ick " Doll and his family have completed their 13 month stay in Southern Germany on an engineering and technology exchange between his company, Hoechst Fibers Industries , Spartanburg, SC, and the parent company, Hoechst AG in Bobingen W. Germany . The Dolls and the German family simply exchanged houses and cars. After seeing a good cross section of Europe, the Dolls are glad to be back in their home at 4452 Grissom Rd., Spartanburg, SC 29301 . Thomas K. Gaylord, 92-26th Street, NW ; Atlanta, GA 30309 , has been promoted to Associate Professor in the School of Electrical Engineering of Georgia Institute of Technology. This year he also won the Outstanding Teacher Award given by EE seniors and the Outstanding Young Faculty Research Award given by the Georgia Tech Sigma Xi chapter. Jayant M. Patel , 7957 Stillwell Road , Cincinnati, OH 45237, has received his M.S. in Business Management from Xavier University. Mr. Patel is employed by Westinghouse . Tsang-Chi Huang, H-31 Jardine Terrace, Manhatten, KS 66502, is working on his dissertation for his PhD at Kansas State University.

1 9 6 6 (Cont.) Rushing holds degrees from Drury College and a BSEE and MS Engr. Mgt. from the University of Missouri - Rolla. He is a member of the Jefferson City Chamber of Commerce, the administrative board of the First United Methodist Church, the budget committee of the United Way , and the Jefferson City Kiwanis Club. He is on the board of directors of the Jefferson City Chapter, MSPE -NSPE , and belongs to the Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers. Rushing is married and he and his wife, Gayle, have three children. The body of Norbert H. Schmitz , 32 , of Route 3, Edwardsvi lle , IL, was found in the trunk of a car on August 15 . Police said no suspects have been arrested and the motive for the slaying has not been determined. 1 967 Kent L. Ulrich, 551 C Retreat Ct. , Odenton, MD, 21113, was married in February to the former Joan Marie Brophy, who was a teacher in St. Petersburg, FL. Bi ll Webb and his wife Pat, and son, Scott , now reside at 2201 E. Sahuaro Drive, Phoenix , AZ 85028 . Bill is an Associate with Dames and Moore's office, Phoenix office. He previously was in charge of D & M's Jakarta , Indonesia office.

1 968 Richard and Shirley Fowler have a second child, Deborah Lynn , born January 9, 1976 . Richard received his PE registration in May and the whole family moved to a new home in August. 1 9 6 6 A Reunion Class The Fowler family address is 2749 Larry L. Rushing, PE , 1809 Tower Irondale Dr. , St. Louis, MO 63128. Drive, was named the 1976 Young Richard is an engineering specialist in Engineer of the Year in Missouri at the the Electron ic Systems Lab at Emerson 40th Annual Meeting of the Missouri Electric. Captain Roger A. Beck has been Society of Professional Engineers. assigned to Grand Forks AFB, ND Rushing, District Engineer , Missouri Power and Light Company , was one of 58201. Captain Beck is an electronic ten candidates nominated by MSPE 's warfare officer and will serve with the chapter for the annua l Young Engineer 46th Bomb Squadron. Robert and Sally McCrae, 3060 Piney award. He received the outstanding Young Engineer of the Year award Bluff Rd., Library, PA 15129 are earlier this year from the Jefferson City expecting their second child in November. Their son, David , is 5 . Bob is with Chapter . As an electrica l engineer, he pre- McGraw-Edison Power Systems and is viously was emp loyed by the Pacific Gas Manager , Technical Marketing , Interand Electric Company and Shell Oil national Sales with the Western Hemi sphere for his territoryl Company.

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1 969 Ping Fong, Jr. has been named development manager for the medical division of Air Products and Chemicals, Inc. In his new position Fong will be responsible for design , development and implementation of single-use medical products . His home address is 736 N. Dryden , Arlington Heights, IL 60004 . Major George W. Asmuth reported for duty as assistant district engineer in the Forth Worth District , U.S. Army Corps of Engineers , onJuly 1,1976. He moves to the District offices after having served in the Corps ' Central Texas Area Office. Major Asmuth and his wife Lynne have two children: Jennifer , 7; and David , 4. Their home address is 3806 Alderwood Lane, Temple, TX 76501 . Richard T. Divis completed his MS in management at Abilene Christian University in May. He and his wife Barbara became parents of a son, Brent Michael, on June 3. June was also the month Mr. Divis completed his service obligation with the USAF and onJuly 5, he returned to Phillips Petroleum as a chemical engineer. The Divis family is in the process of settling down at 6644 N. Park Plaza Dr. , Kansas City, MO 64151. Mike and Betty Knenlein , 8003 Sandi Court, Indianapolis , IN have a new son , Rob , born November 10 , 1975. Mike is a District Representative with Nalco Chemical. Robert and Sherry Bruckner, of 7933 Kingwood, St. Louis, MO 63123 , are expect ing their second child - due date is February 3 , 1977. Stacy Lee was 7 on August 25. Bob is a civil engineer with R. W. Booker & Assoc. Alvin D. Wansing, 1134 Cedarview Dr., Springfield , OH 45603 , writes that on April 21, 197 5 , he and wife Sheila welcomed their first chi ld , a boy , named Daniel Robert. In July , Alvin was promoted to Director of the Springfield Water Department. Ri chard A . Watts , 1350 Blue Ridge Dr., St. Charles , MO 63301 received the M.S. in Systems Management from USC in Janu ary 1976 . Separated from the USAF , he is now an Electronic- Engineer with McDonnell-Douglas working on Avionics Central Compu ter . He is also working on a M.S. in Computer Science at UMR 's Graduate Engineering Center in St. Louis. August 1976

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197 0 Ranjit K. Roy lives at 13160 W. Outer Dr., Detroit, MI 48223. Formerly with Burroughs, he joined G.M. in January as member of the manufacturing staff at Tech Center , MI. Ed and Kathleen Landreth are living at 3439 Amherst , Apt. 320 , Amarillo , TX 79109, Ed was recently promoted to Assistant Director of Engineering, Santa Fe Railway Company-Western Lines , He is registered as Professional Engineer in Colorado , New Mexico and Texas , Kathleen (nee , Tucker) received her M.Ed. from West Texas State University in May of 1975 and is a Certified Psychological Associate with the Texas State Board of Examiners of Psychologists. She is a Psychometrist at Amarillo State Center. Michael Finkelstein , 1210 Matzel Dr. , Columbus , OH 43227 , reports he and his wife , Joyce have a son , Adam , 3 and daughter Amy, 1. Joyce is beginning studies for a degree in Industrial Relations . Hemendra N. Kalia , 2115 S. Tonne Rd . #207 , Arlington Heights , IL 60005 , sends this unedited note: "Hemi finally broke down and got married to a Doctor in Archaeology on March 8, 1976. All is well and I am still trying to mine some coal - may be I will have better luck now by being with Archaeologist. " Tom and Jan Steury, 1339 South Lincoln, Longmont , CO 80501 , have a son, Brett Douglas, born June 28 , 1976. Tom is Sr. Associate Engineer with IBM in Boulder.

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Jerome W . Middleton , J r. a nd his wife, Marsha Lee, of 118 N .E. Hill St. , Kansas City, MO 64116, have both received their MS from U MC . M r . Middleton has his MSEE and is working as senior engineer for Bendix . Mrs . Middleton is trained III adaptive physic al education. Philip L. Baker, 3504 La urel L a ne, Hazel Crest, IL 6042 9, has been a ppointed industria l engineer-m a intenance , for Santa Fe Railw ay at Chic ago. Baker joined Santa Fe as a staff assistant in 1972.

M. G , N.M & P Glynn '70 Michael G. and Nancy M. Glynn , of 637 Kirkshire , Kirkwood, MO 63122 , have made every St. Pat's weekend in Rolla since 1970 and this year brought a special guest - their son Patrick , age 5 months. They are instilling the Miner traditions early. Mr. Glynn is a systems equipment engineer with Western Electric. Miles R. Hiskey, of 2833 Linwood Circle, Independence, MO 64055 , was recently promoted to the position of project leade r with W addell & Reed , Inc. of Kansas C ity. H is area of responsi b ility will be all on-line a nd b a tch p rograms for United I nvesto rs Life In sura n ce Co . (a wh olly- own ed subsidiary of Waddell & Reed .) Em ily (74) a nd Jerry (70) Matthews proudl y a nnounce th e b irth of a baby girl , Kacey Lynn e, b orn May 28, 1976, weighing 8 Ibs . 2 oz . T he Ma tt hews moved to 1l 09A Gurley Ave . , Gillette, WY 82716 , in Ma rch, wh en Jerry accep ted t he p ositIOn as residen t engi neer a t Amax Coal 's Bell Ayre Mine . Ja mes B. McKelvey a nd his wife Lin da a re n ow living a t Po int O Woods , RFD¡ l , T unkhannock , PA 18657 , J im has been t ransferred from California by Fruin-Colnon and is working on a C harmin plant in Mekoopany, PA.

K, L. As h by '70 Keith L. Ashby, 19 Peggy Ann Dr. , Deca tur , IL 625 21 , h as been promoted to prod u ction m a n ager of A. E. Sta ley Mfg. Co . 's G unther Products D ivisio n , Ga lesburg . Ashby was previously a corporate chemical engineer at the Deca t ur corn wet milling plant . He has been wit h Staley since 1970. Bre nda L. Bronson married John L. Pyatt o n J u ne 16, 1976. Their current address is 10518 East 19th Terrace , Independe nce , MO 64052, but they are planning to spend the next two years in Germany. Bren da is an environm ental engineering consultant on assignme n t with Conservation C hemica l Co. Afte r the tour in Ge rmany, the couple p la ns to return to Kansas City to work towa rd the futur e purchase of a farm in Portland , OR. You ha ve our best wishes Brenda and John . Jerrey and Barbara Fi n negan, of 316B Lincoln Court, Bloom ingdale, IL 60108 , ha ve a son, their first; Pat rick Michael was born on June 4, 1976 , Mr. Fin negan is a project engineer with Liq uid Carbonic Corp. in Chicago. Lt ( jg) Larry S. Hom , CEC, USN, is presently stationed at the Naval Supply Depot on Guam as Staff Civil Engineer. He has received orders to report to Orlando, Florida in September, 1976, where he will serve as Assistant Resident Officer in Charge of Construction at the Naval Training Center, Hugh Holt, Jr., has completed requirements for his MS at the UlliV. of California at Berkeley and is employed with the Department of the Navy, Naval Weapons Center , China Lake . His home address is 108 E. Dibb, C hina Lake, CA 93555. O n January 19, 1976 , Bob a nd Shirley Bischoff of 12533 Springtraii Dr. , Florissant , MO 63033 welcomed four month old Alison Kay into their fam ily.

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1 9 7 1 A Reunion Clall G. Dan Smith, 9060 Centerway Rd., Gaithersburg, MD 20760, recently received a promotion, a bonus check, and a certificate for special achievement while participating in the U.S .N.R:C. special safeguards study as the project manager for all material control and accounting studies. Dr. Smith is material control analyst for the Division of Safeguards, U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission. Phillip J. Colombatto recently received his MS in Engr. Mgt. at UMR and has been employed as a management research analyst at AnheuserBusch. His home address is 721 Hawthorn, St. Charles, MO 6330l. Robert and Paula Laney, 6 EI Dorado Dr., Columbia, MO 65201 , are the parents of a son , born June 7,1976. Mr. Laney is a senior fiscal analyst at UMC. Leland E. Vandergriff received his MS in Systems Engineering from the University of Pennsylvania in May 1975 and started working for Fisher Controls of Marshalltown, IA . Ed was married in March 1976 to Lynn Meton of New Jersev. Ed and Lynn are living at 1707 S 7th Ave . . Apt. 30 , Marshalltown, IA 501 58 .

Gene and Anne Abernathy, of 10615 Airline Hwy. #25-S, Baton Rouge, LA 70816, have a daughter, Jennifer Anne, bornJune 17,1976 . Gene, a metallurgical engineer, is doing work in corrosion engineering and is the safety inspector for Borden Chemicals in their Baton Rouge plant. Robert R. Morrison, Jr., 312 N. Green Bay Rd., Apt. #702, Waukegan , IL 60085 will be married to Elizabeth Stancil on July 3, 1976 at the First Baptist Church, Cardinal and Bell, St. Louis. Bob is with Abbott Labs. Captain Eric Johnson has accepted a 4 year residency in surgery at Tripier Army Medical Center-Honolulu . James R . Schneider, 1005 Colby St. Apt. 3, Madison, WI 53715 , is now resident engineer for an unusual dike rehabilitation project on soft ground . He recently returned from a six month stay in Trinidad , where he worked on investigations and design of a 1 Y.? million cubic yard earth dam. Chuck Lajeunesse, 808 S. Providence , Columbia , MO 65201, has been elected vice president of the Graduate Student Association at UMC. He has started his work on a Ph.D. In counseling psychology .

I" a" .ffart to b••• If·.upportlng In a wid. rang. af actlvltl •• Including the •• ml-annual outing.. fl.ld trl"l. honor banqu.h and .p~clal prol.ch, the .tud.nt chapt.r. of the AIME, InCluding the Am.rican !.ocl.ty of Mining Engln •• r., P.trol.um Engln .... and G.ologlcal Engln .... , comml .. lon.d the d •• lgn and ca.tlng of a antlqu.d bra .. buck I. plctur.d abov •. Mall ord.r. may b. mad. through the u •• of the form b.low and the d.llv.r.d prlc. of $5.00 p.r buckl. will not only glv. the r.clpl.nt a p.rman.nt hand.om. m.m.nto , but will .upport the worthwhll. actlvltl •• of .tud.nh pr ••• ntly on the campu • . Ord.r. anel check. payabl. to Joint Alumni Club., John LlHI., Ag.nt, .hould b. mailed to SME. Mining Blelg., UMR., Rolla, MO 65401. PI.a ••• h l p - - - - - - b u c k l •• at $5.00 .ach to addr... b.low. Endo •• d find ch.ck for $ . Thank •. Mall to: Nam. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ Addr ••• _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ ____

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Charles M. Young is now electrical specialist for the Public Works Dept., City of Springfield, MO. He is currently involved with the construction of a new waste water treatment plant and has been working with two UMR Co-Op students. Charles was formerly with GE in Evansville, IN . He and his wife, Concha , live at 2048 S. Florence, Apt. 304, Springfield, MO 65807. Gordon and Anne Starnes are maintaining separate homes . Gordon is resident (civil) engineer for StearnsRogers (Denver) 600 megawatt power plant project being built for the Nebraska Public Power District near North Platte. His home address is P.O. Box 69, Hershey, NE 69143 . Anne is a first year law student at the University of Colorado-Boulder School of Law. "We are keeping the Interstate busy running back & forth - trying to alternate between Gordie driving to Boulder and Anne commuting to Nebraska every weekend. So far it 's a disaster, but we 're trying to get organized!" is the report from the Starnes . Anne and Gordie, we hope you have increased you r vitamin intake. Darryl Moore , 1013 Manhattan Blvd. , #2, Harvey, LA 70058 announces the formation of Equity Ventures , Inc. , The firm will deal in real property , development and finance. Mr. Moore is president and board chairman. Common stock in the corporation will be privately placed. Darryl earned the MBA from Loyola University in May 1976.

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Lt / jg Michael R. Behr, presently in the U.S. Navy with the 155th Naval Air Squadron stationed at LeMoore, CA 93245, has announced his engagement to Deborah Roberts of Tracy , CA. Plans are being made for a September 11 wedding at San Jose. Kenneth L. Gentry is now back in Joplin , after completing a seven-month work assignment with Argonne Nat1. Labs in Ill . Ken is a project engineer for Eagle Ind . Janet ( '71) is a practicing homemaker at their new home, Route 5, Box 433, Joplin, MO 64801. Wesley S. Watkins, P.O. Box 1916, Houston, TX 77001, is a project engineer for Gulf Interstate Engineering Co. under sub-contract to the Alaskan Pipeline Office, U.S. Dept. of the Interior and is part of the engineering surveillance team insuring pipleline integrity on the Trans Alaskan Pipeline.

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Johnathan T. Motherwell has completed the requirements for the degree Master of Science (Geotechnical) at the University of Texas-Austin. After July 1, his professional address will be E. D 'A ppolonia Consulting Engineers, Avenue Du Jonc 2, 1180 Brussels, Belguim (16) . John D. Chittenden recently joined the staff of Wa ters and Associates, a Sikeston engineering consultant firm. His former employer was the Environmental Protection Agency in Kansas City. Chittenden and his wife, Anne, and their son, John David, reside at 105 David Drive , Sikeston, MO 63801. Greg Miller of 2601 Quail Drive, Ap t. 7, Columbia, MO 65201, has been promoted to senior programmer in the systems and procedures department of MFA Insurance Companies hom e office. Roger D. Phillips, 1601 N. Shackleford #193, Little Rock , AR 72205, has been named production engineer in the N uclear Services Section of Arkansas Power and Light Company's Power Production Department. Lucille Anne Seyer and Dennis Ray Anderson were married on June 19, 1976. They are residing at #6 Marlette St. , Rolla, MO 65401. Mrs. Anderson is a research assistant at UMR and teaches in the Rolla public school system. Mr. And erson is presently employed as a graduate research assistant and completing work on his Master's degree in Chemistry at UMR . Andrew J. Wilson and Priscilla Ruth Logan were married on June 25, 1976, and are making their home in Prairie Village, KS. Mr. Wilson is a chemical engineer employed by Black & Veatch . Mrs . Wilson is a teacher at the Blue Ridge Christian School. John R . W ee s e recently accepted an industrial engineer ing position with Tropicana Products , Inc. , of Bradenton , FL. J ohn and his wife Judy reside at 4590 Mohican T rail, Sarasota .

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Edward J. Dietrich and Ann Herring were married on April 17, 1976. The couple are residing at 2225 Palestra Dr., Apt. 14, Creve Coeur, MO 6314l. Mr. Dietrich has accepted a position with Factory Mutual Engineering in Maryland Heights. James W . Ott of 5-G Teson Garden Walk, Hazelwood, MO 63042 , is now working at McDonnell Automation as a systems programmer . He is also working on his MS at Washington Univ. part-time. Sharon Adams of 116 W. High Street, Willow Springs, MO 65793, is teaching English and Spanish at the Willow Springs R-IV School District. William E. Nickoley and Wendy Gordon of Kankakee IL, were married March 6,1976 . The couple are living at 7515 Country Lane, Darien, IL 60559. Mr. Nickoley is an application engineer with Page Engineering Co. in Chicago. John and Judy Branstetter's first child was born Dec. 17 , 1975. Daughter Emily Carole weighed 6 Ibs . 2 oz. The Branstetters further report, "We are enjoying our new daughter and our new home at Route 3, Box 228, Holts Summit, MO 65043. " John is a structural designer with the Missouri State Highway Dept. Allen B. Agnew and Joyce E. Williams were m arried August 23, 1975 . Allen passed his R ussian Oral Q u alifying Exam last April an d his Ph .D. Q u alifyi ng Exam in Geologica l Engr. last May. Joyce expects to receive her BSCSc in Dec. The couple live a t Bart le 's Trai ler Cou rt #4, R FD 3, Newb u rg, MO 65550. Steven and Ca rol Stearns were ma rried on Jan u ary 10 , 197 6. T hey are living a t 7333 South W oodward Ave., Apt. 207 , Wood ridge , IL 605 15. Steve spen t th ree mon ths in Sch en ectad y for com p any training and is now working as nuclear fie ld engineer for General Elec tric in the Ch icago area.

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1 9 7 5 (Cont.) James H . Martin will graduate from Navy Aeronautical Maintenance School in Memphis in September. His cu rrent mailing address is BLDG 599, BOQ Room 212, NAS, Millington, TN 38053. In October, however, Mr. Martin will report to VC-l Squadron, Barbars Pt. in Hawaii.

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Bruce D . Baker accepted a position with Westinghouse in the Power Generation Service Division. He in involved with overhauls , inspection and repairs of gas turbine electrical generating units. He has bought a house at 5540 Holmes St., Kansas Ci ty, MO 64 110 , and is planning to be married in October . Fred Storck is servi ng as a field engineer with Black & Veatch in a soils investiga tion p rogram in Nor theastern Saudi Ara bia. H is current m ailing add ress is Black & Veatch , c/ o Jod y Schelp , P. O . Box 8405, Kansas City , MO 64 11 4 .

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Don A. Nicholson is on active d u ty a t Mather AFB, CA, in naviga tor training. The Lt. 's address is 323 Flying Training Wing, Mather AFB, CA 95665. Lawrence R. Schwab and Phyllis Jean Winn were married on May 22, 1976 , in Raytown , MO. After honeymooning in Colorado, the couple returned to their home at Village of Pennbrook , Apt. 31, Levittown, PA 19054 . Mr. Schwab is a process engineer for A . E. Staley Mfg . Co . in Morrisville, P A. Thomas H. Osborne and Cheryl Lynn Gore were married on June 5, 1976 . They are making their home at 2708 Granadaway , Apt. 5, Madison, WI 53713. Mr. Osborne is studying toward an advanced degree in Physics at the University of Wisconsin. Steven C. Wagner, 5311 Oak Leaf Dr. , Apt. II , Kansas City, MO 64129, has accepted a position with Burns & McDonnell as an engineer in their Special Projects Division-Aviation . T. Kent Field, 10201 Harwin , Apt. 1120 , Houston , TX 77036, h as accepted a position as assistant pip in g engineer with Fluor Corp. in Houston. Dennis L. Estel and J anice Faye Dun lap were married J une 6, 1976 . T he cou p le are m aking their home at 504 Second Street, Apt. 3, Henderson , KY 42420. Mr. Estel is an engineer for Birdwell, Inc . , Division of s.s.c. in Henderson . J effrey D . Ca rter h as received a Na tion a l Osteop a thic College Scholarship from the American Osteopa thic Association for his first two years in the Kirksville College of Osteopathic Med icine. Mr. Carter is also a 2nd Lt. in the U .S. Army R eserve Medical Service Corps. His h om e address is Route 3, Sa lem , MO 655 60 .

Geo rge J. T immermann recently joined the Engineering Staff of Metropolita n Engineering Company of Jeffer son County. He will be responsible for va rious engineering wo rk . T immer m ann h as two yea rs experien ce with the U.S . A rmy and holds a certificate as a n "En gineer- in -T ra ining. He is married a nd resides in Sulli va n.

Pa ul H oem ann was m arried to J an W a tson on May 22. T hey a re m aking their h om e at 4072 P aule, St. Louis, MO 63125. Pa ul is employed b y Monsa nto C hemical Co . as a design engineer in the T ec hnical Services Dept .

Ronald I. Althage has gradu ated from recruit training at the Marine Co rps Recruit Depot in San Di ego and is now a Private in the R eserves. His home a ddress is 304 W . 6th Street, Washington , MO 63090. H e is currently employed a t Cedar Crest Nursing Home in Washington .

Dennis W. Leitterman , graduate student in EE at U MR , will receive the d epartmental power fellowship sponsored by Illinois Power Company. He expects to receive his MSEE in May 1977 . His home address is 1106 Iowa St. , Roll a. August 1976

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