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THE MISSOURI SCHOOL OF MINES AND METALLURGY Rolla

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Three years ago the Directorship of the Missouri School of Mines and Metal lurgy was taken over by a man well fined for the possition. Professor William Reuel Chedsey. Mr. Chedsey. a mining engineer by profession. had worked for several years in the mineral industry. and had taught many years at the Pennsyl vania State College. His outstanding ability in his profession is reflected by his holding the Chairmanship of the Educational Division of the American Institute of Mining and Metallurgical Engineers. Two years ago. the Colorado School of Mines. his Alma Mater. conferred upon him the degree. Doctor of En gineering.

During his three years here, Or. Chedsey's capable handling of his office and his pleasing personality have earned him the respect of the faculty and the devotion of the student body. As an expression of the feeling of the student body, this book, the 1940 ROLLAMO, is dedicated to Dr. Chcdsey. with the best wishes of the ROLLAMO staff and the enti re student body.


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The Missouri School of Mines lost one of its most prominent and active alumni when on February 8, 1940 Dr . H. T. Mann. head of the Petroleum Departmenr. passed away. Ill since February I . Dr. Mann succumbed to a heart ailment at the age of 58. The present students of the school were nor privileged to know Dr. Mann very long . since be had just recently returned to the campus in the roll of instructor. However. in that short time he created many lasting friends among the students. who will remember him for his interesting lectures and genial personality. Dr. Mann was a graduate of the class of I 908. receiving his degree in Mining Engineering in that year and his master's degree in 1909. After graduation he was appointed to theM. S. M. faculty and from 1914 to 1920 served as head of the department of metallurgy here. After professio nal work in the west and a period of teaching ac the Montana School of Mines, be entered the Graduate School of the Massachusetts Institut ~ of Technology and received his doctor's degree in 1924. He remained at M . I. T. until he returned to Rolla last fall to head the Petroleum Department here. As a scientist, Dr. Mann was one of the best versed men in his field. which he later extended to petroleum engineering. He was editor of the petroleum section of Webster's International Dictionary, and Metallurgical Engineering. While a student at M.S. M. Dr. Mann was the recipient of many ho nors. among which was a membership in Tau Beta Pi. national honorary engineering fraternity, of which he was a charter member. He was President of the Alpha Kappa Chapter of the Pi Kappa Alpha fraternity when in his senior year. In every way an outstanding alumnus. his character and work serve as representative examples of what this school produces.


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THE COLLEGE students into a basic scientific to 路 the ulterior atm lcated with a hu

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WILLIA~I R EVEL CHEDSEY.

Director

E.M .. Doctor of Engineering.

HENRY H ORTON ARMSBY, Registrar

Scudenl Adviser and Secretary to the Faculty.

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Just as a great ship needs a captain and man y other officers, so a schcol such as o urs needs a director to guide it on its way through the years. Director Chedsey and the faculty have done a creditable job in keeping the reputatio n of M.S. M. as one of the greatest of engineering schoo ls. Enrollment has steadily increased and she should continue to produce superior engineers in the years to come.

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Barley Cagg Decker

Bertram Carlton Dennie

Bell Carrolla E i kel berger

Black Clayton Ellison

Boyd Conrad Farnham

Bullman Crawford Fisher

Butler Day Forbes

BARLEY, J. W .. A.B .. A.M .. Ph D .. Professor of English. BELL. W . C .. M.A .. Ph.D .. Instructor in Geology. BERTRAM, W. B.. LL.B .. Instructor in Military Science and Tactics. BLACK. C. II. , B.S. , Asst. Professor of Drawing. BOYD, C. E., A.B .. A.M .. Instructor in E nglish . BUTLER, J . B.. B.S. in C. E., B.S. in Educ .. C.E .. M.S. in C. E .. Prof. of Civil Engineering. CAGG, M. 1-1 .. A.B .. A.M .. Asst. Professor of English. CARL TON. E. W .. B .S. in M.E .. B.S. in C. E .. M.S .. C.I: .. Prof. of Structural Enginee ring. CARROLLA. R. R. B.S. in C.E .. Asst. Instructor in Mechanics. CLAYTON. C. Y ., B.S .. Met. Engr. Prof. of Met. l:ngr. and Ore Dressing. CONRAD. F. 1-1 .. B.S . in Chern. E .. Ph.D. , Associate Prof. of Chern . Engr. CRAWFORD. I. C .. JR .. B.S. in C.E:. .. M.S. in C.E .. Instructor in Civil Engr. DAY, T. G .. B. /\ .. M.A .. Ph.D .. Asst. Prof. of Organic Chern. DECKER. E. E .. B.S. in Mining. Instructor in Civil l: ngr. DENNIE, r. E . B S .. C.E .. Associate Professor of Mathematics. ElKELBLRGlR. \V. R . A.B .. M.S .. lnsLructor in Mathematics.

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ELLISON. S .. A.B .. M.A .. ln~tructor in Geology. ERKILETIAN. D. H .. Jr .. A.B .. M.A .. Instructor in Mathematic~ FARNHAM, F. C.. A.B .. M . Sc .. Asst. Prof. of Physics and Geoph}•sics. FARQUHARSON. D .. B.S .. Business Manager and Secretary of Executive Commiuee. FEIND. E. C.. B.S ...\1\.D .. Student Health Director FISHER. D. F.. JR .. B.S .. M.S. in Mech. Engr.. Instructor in Mechanics. FORBES. C. R.. B.S .. E.M .. Professor of Mining. FRA.\<IE, f. H .. A.B .. I-.E .. Professor of Elect rical Engr. GEVECKl:R. V. A. C.. B.S .. M.S .. Instructor in Cl\'ll EngiMcnng . GOODHUF!. E. A .. A.B .. B.S .. M.S .. Assistant Profes~or of Mathematic s. GORDON, L. C.. Professor of Milita!y Science and TaCllcs. GRAWE. 0. R.. A.B .. M.S .. Ph.D.. Associate Professor of Mineralogy . GUINNUP. G. R .. B.S. in Mech. Engr.. MS. in Mech. Engr.. Instructor in Mechanical Engineering . HANLEY. H. R.. B.S. in Mine Engr .. Met. Engr. Professor of Metal lurgy Hl·NDERSON. C. E .. Ceramic Engineer. Instructor tn Ceramic Engineering. Hl-NNING. 0. A .. A.B .. A.M .. Professor of Modern Languages. H EROLD. P. G .. B. Cer. Engr.. M.S.. Ph D.. Asst. Professor of Ceramics and Acting Head of Department . HINSCH. V. B.. B.S .. E.M .. Professor of Mathematic s. HUBBARD. N .. Assistant Registrar Jt:NSEN. W . J .. A.B .. A.M .. Associate Professor of Physics. JOHNSON, E. L .• B. Ph .. LL.B .. M .A .. Professor of English

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Gevecker Henderson

Gill Herold

Goodhue Hinsch

Gordon Jensen

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JOHNSON, E. E .. B.S .. in C.E .. Instructor in Mathematics. JOHNSON. J. S .. B.S. in Engr.. M.S. in E.E .. Ph.D.. Assistant Professor of Electrical Eng1ncering. JOHNSON, L. B.. Sergeant. U.S. Army. KATl, H. M .. B.S. in Mine Engr.. Purchasing Agent. KERSHNER. K. K.. B.S .. M.S. in Chern. Engr.. Professor of Chemistry. KILPA'I RICK. A. V., B.S. in Mech. Engr., M.E. Associate Professor of Mechanical Engineering. Lc<..>SDIN. A.. M.S .. Associate Professor of Mineral Dressing. L1 OYD, S. H.. A.B .. M.S .. Associate Professor of History and Psychology. M.S .. Professor of Electrical Engineenng. l OVl 11. l. H .. S.B .. E:. f MCCt OY, R. W . B.S. 1n 'VIech. Engr. Instructor in Mechanical r ngineering. MAISI. C. R.. B.S. in Chern .. M.S. in Chern .. B.S. in Educ .. lnstruc tor in Chemic,ll E:ngineering. MANN. C. V .. B.S .. C.拢:: .. Ph.D .. Professor of Engineering, Drawing and Descriptive Geometry. MANN. H. T. (Deceased) . B.S. in Mining. M.S .. E.M .. Professor of Pl!lroleum Engineering. MIU 'i. A. J .. B.S .. M.S .. Sc.D.. Assoc1atc Professor of Mechanical Engineering. MILLAR. C. J .. B.S .. M.S .. Associate Professor of Biology. MONROL路 . C. J .. S.B .. Ph.D .. Associate Professor of Physical Chemistry. MUll l' NBURG. G. A .. B.A .. M.S .. E.M .. Ph.D.. Professor of Geology. NOB! 1路 . G. W .. A.B .. B.S.. M.S. in Mine Pngr.. Sc.D. in Mine Engr., Associate Professor of Petroleum Engineering. 0R1 LN. M.D .. A.B .. A.M .. Professor of 拢-conomics. POW! Rs. W . F .. B.S. m C. E.. M.S. in C. E.. rirst Lieutenant, C E.: Assist.lnt Professor of Military Science and Tactacs. Paq~

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RANeS. G. 0 .. B.S. in E.E .. Associate Professor of Electrical Engineerin g. RANKIN. R. M .. B.A .. M.A .. B.S. in C.E .. AssOCiate Professor of Mathemat ics. SCHRENK, W. T .. B .S .. M.S .. Ph.D .. Professor of Chemistry . SEASF. NADINE M .. B.S .. M .S .. Instructor in Fnglish. THOMAS, C. D .. A.M .. Ph.D.. Assistant Professor of Physics. THOMAS. W. M .. B.S. in Educ .. M.A .. Instructor in E nglish. WALSH, D. F .. B.S. in Met .. M.Sc .. A~sistant Professor of Metallurg y. WEBB. W. H .. B.S .. M.S .. Inst ru ctor in Chemical Engineerin g Departme nt iate Professor of WILLIAMS. R. Z .. B.S .. in Met .. B.S . in C.l:. . M.S. in Mech. Engr.. Assoc Mechanics. WOODMAN, L. E .. A .B .. A.M., P h .D.. P rofessor of Physics. g. YATES. W . E .. A.B .. B.S .. M .S .. in Chern . Engr.. Instructor in Chemical Engineerin and DescripYOUNG, R . H .. B.S .. in Mech. Engr.. Associate Professor of Engineerin g Drawing tive Geometry . and Dc~criptive Z EUCH. \V. C .. B .S. in C.E .. C.E .. Associate Professor of Engineerin g D:awing Drawing.

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St. Lows, M rssourr Electrical Engineering IndependenL Engineers Club. A. I. E. E .. '37 -'38. ALFORD. REX

Buffalo, Missottrr Petroleum Engineering Independent. Tau Bera Pi. Vice President '40. A. l. M. E. Blue Key. Vice President '40. Miner Board. S. A. M E .. Secretary '39. Rollamo Board. Stu· dent Council Alternate. General Lectures Committee. Phi Kappa Phi. Detonat ors. Commander '40. Basketball '3 7. Tennis '38. Enginee rs Club.

ALLGEYER, JACK LEONARD

St. Louis, Mtssouri Civil Engineeri ng Kappa Sigma. Student Council '38. In ter Fraternity Cot1ncil '38. ANDRESEN, H F.RMAN JOHN

St. Louis, Mtssourr Mechanical Engineering Independent. Student Council Alternate. Engi nee rs Club. AVES, \VIl-LIAM LEONARD

Mazatlan, Mrxtco Metallurgical E nginee ring Lambda Chi Alpha. A. I. M. E. Alpha Phi Omega. BARCLAY, JAMES MCKEE Westport. N.Y.

Mining Enginee rin g

A. l. M. E. BA UMSTARK, WAl-TER A .

Ktrhwood, Mo. Civil Enginee rin g Sigma Nu. Treasurer '40: Miner Board. Bu~iness Manager '40. Rollamo Board . "M" Club. Treasurer '40. f-ootball " M " '36 '38. A. S. C. E. Vice pres1dcnt class '37.

Bf;NAVIDES, OSCAR RA Ul-

Lima, Peru Mining Engineering Kappa Sigma Master of Ceremonies · 4 0 . Glider Club.

BENI'D ICTO. MARCIANO VALOUIS

Occ. Negros. Philippine k Mining Enginccnng

A. I. M. E

PJqc Twentv etght

BENTLEY, CLAYTON \V.

Lvndonuille, N. Y. Metallurgical Engineering Lambda C h • Alpha, Treasurer ' 40. A .

S.M. BERGLUND. PAUL

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St. Louis, M o.

Electrical Engineering

A. I. E. E. Bl-Y. KENNETH B ENJAMIN

Kansas Cirv, t'v/o. M etallurgical Engineering Independent. Alpha Phi Omega. Alumni Secretary '39. Secretary ' 40. Shamrock Cl ub. A. I. M. E . A. S. M. BOUTIN, Cl-IHORD MATHER

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Cape Glfardeau, Mo. Chemical Engineering I. Cb. E.

BOUTIN, SAM RAYMOND

Cape Girardeau. Mo Mechanical Engineering t\ . I. M. E. BRADLEY, DON EUGENE

Kansas Citv. Mo Mining Engineering Sigma Nu. Interfraternity Council. A . I. M. E.

St. Louis. Mo. Mechanical Engineeri ng A. S. M . E .. Vice President '40. Engineer's Club.

BRAUN, STEVE S.

La Grange, /11. Metallurgical Engineering Sigma Nu . President ' 4 0. Rollamo Min er Board o f Control. Student Co uncil. Theta Tau . Vice Regent '40. A . S. M .

BROWN, GUY. JR.

BR UNE, ARTHUR WILLIAM St. Lows , Mo .

Mining Engineering Independent. Photography Club. Sh amrock Club. Theta Tau. Co rresponding Secretary. ' 4 0. A. L M. E.

St. Lows. Mo. Mechanical E ngi neeri ng Indepe ndent. G lider Club. Secretary. '40. Student Manager Athletic Association '40. Engineer's Club. S A.M. L J\

BUCK. WILMER EARL

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Rolla. M,, Q. Petroleum Engineering Sigma Nu. A. I. M. E.

CHAP~IAN. PAUL

BURGJ,SS. WOODROW LOUIS

Rolla. Mtssourr Mining Geology Engineers Club. Track Tau Beta Pi. "M". A. I. M. E. "M" Club. BURGIN. WILLIAM HERMAN

Springfield, Mo. Mining Engineering

Rolfa. M o . Mining Engineering A. I. M. E .. President '40. Glider Club.

CllFDSI::Y, GEORGI' L.

Bertrand, M o. Electncal Engineering Independent. A. I. E. E. Radio Club. Shamrock Club. Band.

COLLIER, \VILUA~i H .. JR.

A. J. M. E . St. Louis, Mo. Mechanical E nginee ring Triangle. Treasurer '40. A. S. M. E.

BURNETT, RICJIARD W.

Spnngfteld. Mo. Chemical Engineering Independent. Alpha Chi Sigma. Reporter '39. Detonators '39. Shamrock Club. Tau Beta Pi. A. I. Ch. E. Phi Kappa Phi. S. A. M . E.

COON. J. MARVIN BURNS. RUBLE

Steele, Mo.

E.

E lectrical Engineering A. I. E. E .. Treasurer '39. Chairman '40.

Freemont, Mo. Petroleum E ngineering Independent. Shamrock Club. A. I. M.

BURROWS, VERNON K.

E. BUSUEGO, FERNANDO

Bowling Green, /(q. Mining Engineering Independent. A. I. M . E.

COX, VERNON N.

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Manila, Philippine Islands Mining Engineering

A. I. M. E. North Bergen, N. J. Metallurgical Engineering Engineers Club. A. S. M.

CAPLOVITZ, SIDNEY

St. Louis. Mo. K. Chemical Engineering Alpha Chi Sigma. Vice Independent. Engineers Club. A. I. President '40. Ch. E.

CARPENTER, ROBERT

Knobnoster, Mo. Electrical Engineering Pi Kappa Alpha. Treasurer '39. President '40. Miner Board. Feature Editor Rollamo '40. Class Treasurer '39. Board. Humor Editor '39. Sports Editor '40. Blue Key. A. I. E. F.

CARR. WALTER J .. JR.

Neosho. Mo. Petroleum Engineering Track '37-'39. "M".

CARVFR. JENNINGS B .. JR.

Lamar, Mo. Chemical Engineering Independent. Engineers Club. S. A. M. E. Miner Board. Managing Editor '40. Blue Key. Alumni Secretary '40. Deton ators, Adjutant '39. A. I. Ch. E. Alpha Chi Sigma. Rollamo Board. Student Council. Alternate '39.

COTTERILL, CARL H.

St. Lows, Mo Chemical Engineering Miner Board. Editor '4 0. S. A. M. E. Missouri College Newspapers Assoc .. Co-organizer. Detonators. Treasurer. Commanding Officer '39. Alpha Chi Sigma. Masler of Ceremonies '40. A. I. Ch. E.

COWAN. CLYDE L.

Youngstou.m, 0. Engineering Chemical IndepcndenL Tennis '33. A. I. Ch E.

DANFORTH. WILLIAM D.

Cauo, Ill

DAVIDSON, fRED R.

Civil Engineering Triangle. S. A. M. E.

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Dl ERY, JOHN D.

Rolla, Mo. Petroleum Engineering Pi Kappa Alpha. President '40. Tau Beta Pi. Phi Kappa Phi. Rollamo Board. Ad\•errising Manager '39. Editor '40. St. Pat's Board. President '40. Stu· dent Council. Miner-Rollamo Board of Control. St. Par's Board of Trustees. A. I. M. E. Swimming Team '37 "M", "39 "M". Curator's Scholarship '37.

DI,NNIF, POWELL A.

DENNIS, BENJAMIN A .• JR.

Springfield. Mo. Mining Engineering Independent. S. A. M. E. Engineers Club. A. T. M. E. Band. DICKMANN, WILLIAM C.

Sedalia, Mo. Mechanical Engineering Independent. Board of Control '38. Engineers Club. Secretary-Treasurer '39, President '40. Student Council. A. S. M. E. Theta Tau. Scribe '40. St. Lou1s. Mo. Electrical Engineering Independent. A. !. E. E .. Executive Committee '40. Radio Club. Shamrock Club. S. A. M . E .. Treasurer '40.

St. Louis, Mo. Metallurgical Engineenng Kappa Sigma. Vice President-Secretary '40. Cucaror's Scholarship '37. A. I. M. E. A. S.M.

FLESCHNER, ROY ANTON

Rolla, Mo. Metallurgical Engineering Independent. A. I. M. E. Golf '39. A. S.M.

FOLLOWILL, RICHARD JAMFS

HoUa, Mo. Petroleum Engineering Lambda Chi Alpha. Secretary '40. Track '37. '38, '39. '40. Captain '39. "M" Club. A. I. M. E.

FORT, GEORGE EDWARD

LaMonce, Mo. Mechanical Engineering Curators' Scholarship '35 . A. S. M. E .. Secretary '38. E ngineers Club.

FRYE, LAUREL BERTICE

New York, N.Y. Science {Metallurg)') [ndependentS. A. S. M.

GEE, MILTON KIMPOON

OONAIIUE, JAMES B.

St. Louis, Mo. Engineering Merallurgical Triangle, Steward '39. Treasurer '40. Student Council. Rollamo Board. Business Manager '40. Miner Board. A. I. M. E. Phi Kappa Phi. A. S. M.

DoWLING, PAUL

T.

Kansas City, Mo. Electrical Engineering Independents. Radio Club. A. I. E. e.

EGY, JOSEPH H ENRY

Sr. Jaml!s, Mo. Metallurgical rngineering A. S.M.

GIBBONS, HOWARD THOMAS

NI!W York, N. Y. Metallurgical Engineering Triangle. Swimming Team '37. '38. A. S.M. GOTTSBERGER. FRANCIS GLENNON

Webster Groves. Mo. Mechanical Engineering

A. S.M. E. Hannibal, Mo. Mechanical Engineering Engineers Club.

GRIFFETH, TI lOMAS, JR.

LIKMAN, EARL SAMPSON

Brattleboro, Vt. Mining Geology Miner '37. Swimming Sigma Nu. Board. Sports Editor '39, '40. Tennis '37. '38. A. I. M. E.

l; MERY, JACK AMSDEM

I·ARRELL. EDWARD CARLTON

Evl!rcon. Mo Mining Engineering Houston, Mo. Civil Engineering

1-T' RRI =LL, JAMFS ORIN

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GRISHAM, MARVIN CUNNINGHAM

Caruthersvr/le, Mo. Civil Engineering A. S. C. E. Independents. GUND, RUSSELL ALEXANDER

St. Louis. Mo. Electrical Engineering Pi Kappa Alpha. House Manager. '39. '40. Track '37. '38, '39. A. l. E. E. Miner Board, Advertising Manager '40. Interfraternit y Council. Alternate '39, Secretary '40. Blue Key. Class Secrerary '39.


HALL, CHARLES EUGENE Webb Ctt!J. Mo. Civil Engineering Miner Board. Associate Member. Radio Club. A. S. C. E. Band. Engineers Club. I ndependcnts.

HOFI"MAN. JOE LOUIS

Roxana, Ill. HALL, RALPH DICKENS Civil Engineering Track '39. '40. A. S. C. E .. SecretaryTreasuru ' 40. Phi Kappa Phi.

Rolla, Mo. JENSEN. JAMES WILLIAM Science (Physics Major) S. A. M. E. Miner Board. Alpha Psi n"ronators. Co-organizer '39. Om~ga . Second in Command '39.

Jersevville. Ill. HAN ES, ROBERT W. Civil Engineeri ng A. S.C. E.

KAMPER, H ERBERT GEORGE

Higbee, Mo. HAYDEN, HUBERT ALLEN Chemical Engineering Alpha Chi Sigma, President '40. H EINICKF. H UBERT CHARLES

St. Louis, Mo. Petroleum Engineering Kappa Sigma. Grand Master of Ceremonies '40. St. Pat's Board. Specialties Chairman '40. Curators Scholarship '37. A. I. M. E .. Treasurer '40. Phi Kappa Phi. HEI NCKE, WARREN OTTO Sr. Louis, Mo. Petroleum Engineering Kappa Sigma. Vice President '40.

Cape Grrardeau, Mo. Ceramic Engineering Alpha Lambda Tau. President '40. Alpha Phi Omega. Theta Tau. A. Cer. S .. Vice President '40.

St. Louis. Mo. Metallurgical Engineering Triangle, Steward '3 7. Treasurer '38. Basketball '37 "M", '38 " M", '39 " M" , Interfra ternity Council. Captain '40. St. Pat's Board. Dance Treasurer '40. Chairman '40. "M" Club. President '40. A. S. M .• Vice Chairman ' 40. A . l. M .

E. KARTER, WILBUR KARL

Rrchmond Herghts, Mo.

Metallurgical Engineering Sigma Pi. Secretary '38. '39. '40. A. S.

M. Rolla, Mo. KATZ. HOWARD M .. JR. Electrical Engineering Swimming Team '37, '38, '39, "M". A. I. E. E. KAUFMAN , WILLIAM FRANK

Centralia, /11. HEISS. EDWARD WILLIAM Petroleum Engineering Pi Kappa Alpha. A. I. M . E . Radio Club. HELLING, RAYMOND PETER

Owensville. Mo. Mechanical Engineering A. S.M. E. liPNSON, L EONARD ERNEST Chaonia. Mo. Chemical Engineering rndependents. Vice President Class '40. Alpha Chi Sigma. A. I. Ch. E. Phi Kappa Phi. Tau Beta Pi. H ERTLING, SEBASTIAN LEANDER

St. Louis, Mo. Chemical Engineering Alpha Phi Omega. Ira Remsen Society. A. I. Ch. E .. President '40.

St. Genevieve, Mo. HERZOG, AL Mechanical Engineering Theta Kappa Phi. President '40. Interfraternity Council. A. S.M. E. HINKEN, LAWRENCE RALPH

Green Ridge, Mo. Chemical Engineering Ira Remsen Society. A. I. Ch. E.

Maplewood, Mo. Metallurgical Engineering A. S. M. Independent. A. I. M. E. KELLFY. RALPH EMERSON St. Lours M o. Mining Engineering Triangle. Engineers Club. A. l. M. E.

Ro11a, Mo. KELLY. THOMAS WALLACE Metallurgical Engi neering Miner Staff, Circulation Manager '3 9. Student Council. Representative '37. Al ternate '38. '>9. Rollamo Board, Sports Editor '39. Managing Edito r '40. Blue Key. Secretary -Treasurer '40. Athletic Association. Assistant Business Manager '39. Student Manager '40. S. A. M. E .. Assistant Treasurer '39. Secretary Class '40. A. I. M. E. independents. Secretary '40. A. S. M .. Reporter '40. Shamrock Club. Havti, Mo. KID\'ll·LL, ALBERT LAWS Mining Geology Pi Kappa Alpha. Treasurer '40. MiMe Board. Circulation Manager '40. Blue Key. A. l. M. E.• Secretary ' 40 Tau Beta Pi. Lacoma, Mo. KIMMEL, HERB£' RT OSCAR Petroleum Engineering Independents. A. l. M. E.

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Warren ton, M o. Electrical E ngineeri ng Independents. A . I. E. E. Shamro ck Club.

KINO, CARL G.

St. Louis, Mo. Mining E ngineering Footbal l '37, '38 " M ". '40 " M " . Rifle Club. " M " Club. E ngineers Club. A. I. M . E.

KLUG, ROB ERT JOHN

Kenosha, Mo. Mining E ngineering A. I. M. E.

KRAAl , PAUL PETER

Rantoul, Ill. Petroleu m Enginee ring A. I. M. E. AJpha Phi Omego. P/accervrlle, Wrs. KUSTER . WIL LIAM V. Mining Enginee ring Sigma Nu.

K UHNE. EDWARD BRYON

Tha yer, Mo. Civil E ngineering " M" Club. Vice President '40. Football. " M" '36. '37, '38, '39, Captain '40. Track " M'' '37, '38. '39, '40. AS. C. E. Engineers Club.

LADD, HARLEY W.

Cuba, M o. Petroleu m E ngineering Kappa Alpha. Presiden t '39. Theta Tau. Interfra ternity Cou neil, Vice President '39. Student Council . A. I. M . E.

LAMBE LET, LAWR ENCE· E.

St. Lours, M o.

L EBER, WALTe R P.

Petroleu m E ngineering Indepen dents. Student Council . Alterna te. Tau Beta Pi. Secreta• y and Corresp onding Secretary '40. S. A . M. E. A. l. M. E. Tennis " M " '37. '38. '39. Tau Beta Pi. Slide Rule. Cheer Leader '36. '37, '38. " M " Club. Engineers Club. Phi Kappi Phi. Boonto n, N. J . L FE, L EUNG Y UEN Electrical Enginee ring Independents. A. I. E. E. Radio Club.

lndepen den(e, M o. Chemical Enginee ring Indepen dents. Miner Board , A. I. Ch. E.• Treasur rr '40. Alpha Chi Sigma. Sham rock Club.

LESLIE . JULIUS C.

Me . Leonard, M o. Civil Enginee ring Lambda Chi Alpha. Tau Beta Pi . A. S. C. E .. Vice Presiden t '39, Presiden t '40. St. Pat's Board. S. A. M. E .. Class Sec· retary '38. Phi Kappa Phi.

LORAN CE, R OBERT N.

M CCLEND ON. JOHN

0.

Cape Grrardeau, Mo. Chemica l E ngineering A. I. Ch. E. Glee Club.

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Qurncy, Ill. Mining Enginee ring Sigma Nu. Vice President '40. Band . Miner Board. St. Pat's Board. A. I. M . E.

M CFARLAND. ROLLAN D W.

St. Louis, Mo. Chemical E ngi neering Shamro ck Club. Tau Beta Pi. A. I. Ch. E. Phi Kappa Pbi .

MA CHMER . FERD G.

Tonawa nda, N. Y. Metallu rgical Engineering Lambda Chi Alpha. Vice President '39, Interfra ternity Council , Presiden t '40. Vice President '40. Band.

MA CKEY, DAVID H .

Barbert on, Ohio Metallu rgical Enginee ring Sigma Pi. Treasur er '40. Blue Key. A. S. M. , Chairm an '40. St. Pat's Board of Trustee s. Student Council . Vice President ' 40.

MARKL EY, JACK S.

Kansas City, Mo. Mining Enginee ring Radio Club. A. I. M. E. Photogr aphy Club. Palmyra , Mo. M ETCALF , JOHN W . Electrical Enginee ring K.1ppa Alpha. Vice President '40. A. I.

MARTIN , B ENTON H.

E. E. St. Louis, Mo. Metallurgical Enginee ring Pi Kappa Alpha. A . I. M. E. Miner Board. " M" Club. A. S. M. Track '37, '38. '39. ' 40 " M " .

MITSCH , GEORG E L.

Vinita, Okla. Petroleu m Enginee ring A . I. M . E. • Kirkwo od, Mo. MUNRO E, GEORGE B. Metall urgical Engineering Sigma Nu. A. S. M.

MORGAN, ARTHU R P.

Eastham , Mass. Civi l E ngineering A . S.C. E. Cape Girardeau, Mo. NIEDLI NG, [VAN M . Ceramic Enginee ring Alpha Lambda Tau. Alpha Phi Omega. Ceramic Society, Secretar y-Treas urer '40.

NICKERSON, A. H ENRY

\Vebster Groves, M o. Metallurgical Engineering Theta Tau. Regent ' 40. Blue Key . In depende nt, Vice Presiden t '39. Sham· rock Club, Secretary -Treasu rer '3 9, President '40. St. Pat's Board, Financial Chairm an. Student Council '38. '39. AI· Tau ternate '3 7. Lecture Commit tee. Pi. Rifle Team " M". Treasur er Bet~ of Class '38. Phi Kappa Pi.

OLCOT T, EUGEN E L.


Frankl1n Square. N. Y . Chemical Engineering Blue Key. S. A. M. E .. President ' 40. Ira Remsen. A. I. Ch. E. Independents PALMER, CLARENCE CHILDS

Hannibal. Mo. Civil E ngineering Triangle. President · 40 . A. S. C. E. PARISH, GERALD ARTHUR

Rolla, M o.

PRIEBE, fRANKLIN D .

O'NEILL. Jmm J .• JR.

R olla, Mo.

Mining Engineering Sigma Nu. A. I. M . E.

Rock Port, Mo. E lectrical Engineering Independent. A. I. E. E. Rifle Club.

PATRICK, JASON MARION

Eureka, Mo. E leccrical Engineering Independent. Board of Control '3 9. Rollamo Board . Miner Board. A. I. E. E., Secretary '39. Vice Chairman ' 40. St. Pat's Board. Treasurer ' 40. Tau Beta Pi. S. A. M. E .. 1st Vice President ' 40. Blue Key. Student Council '38. Phi Kappa Phi.

PAYNE, LESLIE MAURICE

Petroleum E ngmeering Independenl. A. I. M. E. RAKASKAS. JOSL PH EDWARD

Patl!rson. N. J. Mining Geology Sigma Pi. Herald · 3 7. President ' 40. Class Vice President '38. Swimming Team '37. '38. '39. ' 40, " M" Captain '40. St. Pat's Board . Vice President ' 40. St. Pat's Trustees, Secretary ' 40. Theta Tau. Marshall ' 40. S. A. M . E. Blue Key. St. L ouis. M o. Mining Engineering Rifle Club. Shamrock Independent. Team '39. A. I. M. E.

R EED. JOliN FRANKLIN

RIDLEY, ROBI"RT P ERSHING

St . Louis, M o. Petro leum Engineering Pi Kappa Alpha. Treasurer ' 40. Blue Key. Corresponding Secretary ' 40. Rollamo Board. A. I. M. E . Swimming Team '37. '38. Rolla, M o. Mechanic<tl E nginel'ri ng Independent. A. S. M. E .. Secretary '40. S . A. M. E .. 2nd Vice President ' 40.

RIEGE, LYNN JACKSON PEER, SIDNEY A USTIN

Boonton. New Jerse!J Ceramic Engineering Alpha Lambda Tau . A. Cer. S.. Vice President '39. P ERRY, ERNEST LEROY

Rolla, Mo.

Civil Engineering Independent. Theta Tau. S. A. M . E.

St. Louis. Mo. Electrical E ngineering Pi Kappa Alpha. Radio Club. Vice President '38. President '39 and '40. A. I. E. E.. Executive Committee '39. Blue Key. Shamrock Club '38. Institute of Radio Engineers.

PETERS, ELMER H ENRY

Bosworth, Mo. E lectrical Engineering Independent. Rifle Club. A. I. E. E.

PINNEY. DAWSON CRAIG

Newburg, Mo. Ceramic Engineering Independent. A. Cer. S .. Secretary-Treasurer '39.

PLANJE, THEODORE JOHN

POWELL, R OBERT P RESTON

Iloilo, Philippine Islands Mining Engineering PLENGE, CARLOS H ERBERT

Mining Engineering Kappa S1gm.1.

Lima, Peru

R IEKE, VERNON WALDEMAR

Owensville, M o. Mechanical Engineering Independent. President '40. A. S. M. E .. Chairman '39. President '40. " M" Club '39, '40. Basketball '3 8 . '39. "M" Rol lamo- Miner Board of Control '40. Stu dent Council •40. Tau Beta Pi. Theta Tau, Inner Guard '40. Blue Key. Phi Kappa Phi. Engineer's Club. President Class ' 40. lntcamural Ath. Com. Cla!JtOn, Mo. Electrical Engineering Photography Club. Secretary '3 9. Radio Club '3 8 . A . I. E. E.

ROEPKE. ROBERT PAUL

Casper, W !Jo. Chemical Engineering Lambda Cbi Alpha. " M" Club '39. '40. Alpha Chi Sigma. Treasurer ' 40. A. I. Ch. E. Basketball '37. '38. '39. Track '38.

ROMINE, EDWARD CLARKE

R OSE. COLIN GRANT

M oneta, Caldorma M1nmg Engineering Glider Club. A. I. M. E .• Vice President ' 40 .

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Afton. Iff. Mechanical Engineering Glider Club, President ' 39 , Vice President '40 . S. A . M . E . A . S. M. E. Engin· eer's Club.

Ross . PA UL fREDERICK

University Crty . Mo. Metallurgical Engineering Sigma Alpha Mu. A. S. M .. SecretaryTreasurer '40. St. Pat's Board. Secretary

SMOTHE RS, W ILL IAM JOS EPH

Poplar Bluff, Mo . Ceramic Engineering Sigma Pi .. First C ounselo r '38, ' 39. Theta Tau . Treasurer ' 39. Alpha Phi Omega. Vice President ' 3 9. Tau Beta Pi. A . Cer. S .• President ' 40. Phi Kappa Phi.

R UBIN . ALEX

'40. St. Louis, Mo. Civil Engineering

RUPFF, EDWARD

A. S.C. E. R USHING. JAMES FORREST

Roffa. Mo .

Civil Engineering Independent. Miner Board '39. S. A. M .

SPA H ORD. J OSE PH EDWARD

St. L ouis, Mo. Electrical Engineering Pi Kappa Alpha. Vice President '40. Blue Key . President '40. "M" Club. Treasurer ' 39. '40. Football '37-M, ' 38 -M. '39- M. '40- M. Tau Beta Pi. A. I. E. E. S EARS , L EWIS EDGAR

Roffa. Mo.

Mining Engineering Triangle. A . 1. M. E.

E. A. S. C. E. Mexico, Mo . Ceramic Engineering Alpha Lambda Tau. Treasurer '40. A. Cer. S.

SHARP, EV ERETT WALTER SCIIALLER, RONALD AUGUST, JR.

University City, Mo. Civil Engineering Theta Kappa Phi. Secretary '39 , Vice President ·40. St. Pat's Board, Secretary '39. Football '38. Interfraternity Coun cil. President '40. Student Council '40. A. S. C. E . Intramural Athletic Commission. SCHMID, HERMAN BOYCE

Kansas City, Mo. Electrical Enginee ring Independents. A. I. E. E. Radio Club. I. R. TI. S CIIRADER. RALPH EDWARD

Bernie, Mo.

Mining Engineering Independents. A. I. M. E. Miner Board. Shamrock Club.

Roffa, Mo. Chemical Engineering A . I. Sigma Nu . Class Secretary ' 36. Ch. E .

SMITH, ROBERT H ENDERSON

STEWART, FRAIZER MCVALE

Flat River, Mo. Mining Geology Independent. Treasu rer '40. Board of Control '40. Blue Key. Student Council '40. Shamrock Club, Board of Cont rol '39. '40. Tau Beta Pi, President '4 0. Class T reasurer '40. A. r. M. E . Phi Kappa Phi. STEWART, RAYMOND STANLEY

Metallurgical Engineering Triangle. Corresponding Secretary Recording Secretary '38.

'3 7.

Roffa, Mo. Petroleum Engineering Alpha Pi Kappa Alpha. Miner Board. Psi Omega. Assistant Director '3 9. A. I.

STRAUB, ALVIN EARNEST

M. E. ST URGES, H ERBE RT D ERELLE

Pitman. N . J . M e t;~llurgical Engineering A. S. M . A. I. M. E .

SM ITII, R OBERT S P ENCE R

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MeadviUe, Mo. Metallurgical Engineering Theta Tau . A . S. M. A . I. M. E.


Kennett, Mo. Electrical Engineering Curator's scholarship. '36. '37. A. I.

STURGIS. CHARLES PAUL

E. E.

S. A. M. E.

Hartford, 1/l. Metallurgical Engineering Glider Club, Secretary · 3 9. Engineers Club. A. S. M.

Rolla, Mo. Mining Engineering Independent. Football · 3 6. Basketball '37. Track '37, '38. '39 "M". "M" Captain '40. Theta Tau. S. A. M. E. "M" Club Secretary '39. A. I. M. E.

TUCKER. NORMAN PERCY

SUMMERS, HUEY

TIIOMES, TiiURMAN MOORE

Pop(ar Bluff, Mo. Mining Petroleum Engineering Sigma Pi. Herald '3 9. Interfraternity Council Alternate '39. A. I. M. E.

Rolla, Mo.

THOMPSON, EDGAR CHAPIN

Electrical Engineering A. I. E. E. Radio Club.

Billings, M o. Petroleum Refining Engineering Independent. Student Council. President '40. General Lectures Committee '40. Ira Remsen Society. A. I. Ch. E. Chairman Intramural Athletic Commission.

TWIFHAUS, ARTHUR EDWARD

Qurncy, Ill. Metallurgical Engineering Sigma Pi. Historian '39. A. S. M. UNDERWOOD, ROY M CKENNA

Larrobl', Pa. Metallurgical E ngi nee ring Pi Kappa Alpha. Vice President '40 .

A.

S.M.

Sr. Lours, M o. Mechanical E ngineering Kappa Sigma. Vice President · 40. Master of Ceremonies '39. Guard '38. A. S. M . E. Interfraternity Council '39. Stu· dent Council '40.

UNGER. VERNON ELMER

TIEDE, JACK EUGENE

Dawn, Mo . Mechanical Engineering Miner Board '37. A. S. M. E .. Treas· urer '40. Engineers Club '38. '39. VERDI, COLUMBUS Boonton. N. J . Metallurgical Engineering A. S.M. VAUGHN, RAY EUGENE

TIMBERMAN, DEWILTON BENJAMIN

Rolla, M o. Metallurgical Engineering Basketball '37 "M" . Golf Team '38. '39 "M".

TRAUTWEIN, ELMER

E.

Sr. Louis, Mo. Chemical Engineering Curator Scholarship '3 7. Alpha Chi Sigma '38. Engineers Club. Board of Control '37. Shamrock Club. President '38. S. A. M . E.

VOLZ , HERBERT ADAM

Gerald, Mo.

Mechanical Engineering

A. S.M. E.

WALLACE, GERALD EDWARD

St. Joseph, Mo. Petroleum Engineering

A. I. M. E. Rolla, Mo. Mining Engineering Football '36. Basketball '37. provincial " M ". Track '37. '38. '39 "M". Thm Tau. Outer Guard '40. S. A. M. E. M Club. A. I. M. E.

TUCKER, ARMIN JOHN

Rolla, M o. Mechanical Engineering Stgma Nu. President '39. St. Pat's Board. Dance Chairman '39. Officers Club. '37. S. A. M. E. A. S. M . E.

WARD. CHARLES CARROL

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CLASS OFFICERS

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~~ ADA\.IS, ROY H E:I"RY St. Marys, Mo. ADAMS. W ASHINGTOJ'.: Springfield. Mo. ALLloN, ALFR ED WILLIAM Overland , Mo. ALL EN. LEROY ETHAN St. Louis . M o. ALSMEYl:R, WILLIAM CARL Normandy. M o. AMBROSF. GEORGI! Overron, Mo. AN DReAE. ANDRL·AS ARTHUR U niversity Ci ty . M o. ANDR FWS, JOHN AV ERY Lynd o nville. N.Y. BAKER. NOR~1AN NATHAN Kingston. N.Y. BAKER. ROBERT FLI K1ngston. N.Y. BA NES. OTIS H ENRY Rolla, M o. B ECKFR, VIRGIL OSCAR St. Louis, Mo. B ENNFTSEN. WAYN[' JOHN St. Louis. M o. BEVeRIDGE. T HOMAS ROBI:'oiSON Somonauk. Ill. B ISHOP. LAVERNE RAGSDALF Rolla. M o. BLACK. ANDR EW BAXTER Kirkland Lake. Ont.. Canada BLAIR. NORMAN DEc University City. M o. BOLZ. LEONARD Hl:NRY St. Joseph. M o. BOTTCHeR. H FRMANN FRANZ Plainfield. N.J. BOURCIII ER. PAUL JOSEPH Richmond Heights, M o. BOURNE. WLLLIAM H UNT Washin gto n. M o. Bow~1A N. MARliN EARNEY Salem. M o. BOWMAN, WILLIS EARSEMAN St. Louis. Mo. BOYD, WILLIAM FISCIIER S. Louis. M o . BOLD. WILLIAM f-ISCHER St. Louis. M o. BOYT, EUGENE PH EMISTER Rolla. M o. BROCKMAN, G LENN C. Kansas Ci[y, M o. BROOKSHIRE, ROBERT RAYMOND Flat. Mo. BROWN, CLEMENT H ECTOR St. Louis. Mo. BRUCE. BOB GUY Kansas Ci[y. M o. Deca[Ur. Ill. BURGETT. FRED FRANK B URK E. JACK ROBPRT St. Louis. Mo. Camden. N . J. BUTCI l. EDMUND RI CHARD Wichita. Kan sas B un. HAROL D B. St. Louis. M o. CARMODY. BRENOON PATRICK CLARKSON. CHARLES FREDERICK N ormandy . Mo. West Plains, Mo. COCIIRAN. ANDR EW AARON Overland. Mo. CORN EAU. CLIH'ORD AUGUST Flat River. M o. COUCH. ROBERT G. St. •• o uis. M o. CRECELIUS. DoNALD GEORGI! Rolla. M o. CROCKETT. WILLIAM E. St. Louis. Mo. CROSS. GEORGE TED St. Louis. M o. CUNNINGHAM, R•CHARD JOS EP H Sullivan, M o. DANSON. WARR EN ROB ERT Cairo. Ill. DAVIDSON. FRED ROBERT Elkland. Mo. DAVISON, HASM ER EVERT R olla, Mo. D ECKeR, PAUL EUGENE M edina . N . Y . D EFORrST, W.'\LT!=R R EED Dunkirk. N . Y . D ELPOPOLO. SAMUEL THOMAS Roanoke. Mo. D EWn r. RUSSHL EDWIN

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Lewiston. N.Y. ALLI·N, JOHN CORNISH Cuba, Mo. ANDFRSON. KENNETII FLETCIIFR lzmir. Turkey A VDAN AHMET OCuz Sr. Louis. Mo. AXMACHER. GEORGE WILLIAM Brookfield. Ill. BEAR. EDWARD WARREN Poplar Bluff. Mo. BEARD, MARK \V ALLACE St. Louis, Mo. BEMIS. CHARLES SETH Rolla. Mo. BENITE~. JOSE LUIS Sterling. Ill. BIRCH. EVERETT JOHNSON Branson. Mo. BISHOP. JAMES KITCHEL BLANKENSHIP, GILBERT HOWARD JR. Centralia, Ill. St. Louis. Mo. BLOCK. MERLYN JEROME BLACK8lLL. ROB ERT MARSHALL Webster Groves. Mo. Washington. Ill. BRAD! I". Ri\ YMOND EDWARD Valley Park. Mo. BRADSHAW, GEORGE VERLAN Kirkwood. Mo. BRADY. BONNER TOWNSI:ND BRANIIA\1, JOSEPH SINGLETON University Ciry. Mo. 0\•erland. Mo. BROWN. \VILLIA.M HALEY Sr. Louis. Mo. BRUESCHKE, H ERBERT PAUL Laurens. N.Y. BURBERRY, ROLAND SIDNEY Hot Springs. Ark. BURNET. BURGH SMITH BUSCII, WILLJAM DAVID Richmond Heights, Mo. St. Louis, Mo. CARROLl.. JAMES VINCENT Raymond. Ill. CIIAPMAN, CURTIS GERALD St. Louis. Mo. CIIERRICK. IRWIN LOUIS Liberty. N.Y. CLARK. Ht:GH MARVIN Springfield. Jll. Con EE, ROBERT DEAN Benld. Ill. co~loouo. RA ntOND JA:-.tes

President

RAYL MUSKOPH

GUILFOY

WITT

Vice- President

----------

-------------

Secretary Treasurer

University City, Mo. COOK. ARTHUR KEITH Webster Groves. Mo. COPE, KENNETH OLIVER Benld. lll. CROOKSTON. JAMES Washington, Mo. CUTLER. ROBERT ROSCOE, JR. Roselle, N.J. DAIIM. GEORGE PAUL Rolla. Mo. DAVIS, FLORENCE MARIE Jefferson Ciry. Mo. DAWSON. LEE GENE Baldwin. N.Y. DeVALVE. ALBERT STEIHLER St. Louis. Mo. DoELLI:-IG, WALTER EDWARD St. Louis, Mo. DoPUCH, DAN Maplewood. Mo. DoWLING, ERNEST RAY Carthage. Mo. DOWLING, ROBERT WILLIAM St. Louis. Mo. DURPHY. CLYDE ANTONY St. Charles. Mo. EBFL ING. BRANDON FR£'DFRICK Benld. Ill. EISMAN. WILLIA.\t JOSEPH Springfield. Mo. ELLIS. SHER.\ IAN EDWARD Freeport. Ill. ENGLI: GORDON ATKINS Maplewood. Mo. EVERSON. CHARLES ELWOOD Rolla. Mo. FFRRIS. ROY MERK Maplewood. Mo. FLINT. MELVIN COLBY Mt. Venon. Ill. FOOARTY. EDWIN RODNEY Paterson, N.J. FOX, JAMES HENRY FRANKOWITZ. JOSEPH FRANCIS New York City, N.Y. Bolckow. Mo. FRASLR. WALTER CRAIG Chaffee, Mo. FRISSELL. DAN HARTZELL Springfield. Mo. GAMMO~. JAMES ALBERT Ossining. N.Y. GANUN. NELSON H ERBERT Middletown. N.Y. GARDNER. EDWARD DEWITT

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Springfield. M o. GIMSON. Wi LLI AM H ENRY. JR. Broo kl y n . N.Y. E~UL G<rvA~. RAY HELD Camden. N.J. GONSKI. A;-.;TI!O'=Y FRANK Maplewood. M o. GORDON, ESKRIDGE R ErD St. Louis. M o. GRIES13AUM. GERALD ARTH UR Deslage. M o. GRIGSBY. HA RRY GORDON Mo Normandy, JA~II:S LEONARD GRIMM. St. Louis. M o. GUl·RNSEY. ARTHUR TAYLOR St. Louis. Mo. GUILI'OY. R OJ3 t, RT F 11 LSIMiv:ONS f.iat River , M o. GURNEA. Ei.Vl:N MAS~N Rolla Mo. HAAS. GILBI·RT GEORGl: St. L ouis. M o. HAAS, HAROLD W. Kansas Ciq•. Mo. HADL EY. TH EODORE ROOSEVELT East St. Louis. Ill. HALLOWS. WARR EN EDGAR St. Louis. M o. HAMMANN. EUGENE EDWARD Clayto n M o. HA NCOCK. fRED JOHN Festus. M o. HARN ESS. H UGH. JR. N. J . ELMI·R Berg2n. ROBERT North EB. I IARTL Rolla , M o. HARTNETT. DAN J. Al oan y. N . Y .~ HATHA WAY. ROBI~RT 1SRAFL East St. Lou is. 111. HAWK. GEOR<,J.: \V ADt Springfield. Mo. Hl: NDRJCKS, PHILIP IRVIN St. James. Mo. Hli.DEBRAND. tOWARD LOWI·Ll.. St. L ouis. M o. IIOLLANDER. R USSELL WI! LIA~I Dunnegan, Mo. HOPKI~S. R EX Lr:,E LeJanon. Mo. HOUGI t. L EI· PORTOR Gillespie. Il l. H UIHiART. CURTIS Q UFN11N Newburg. M o. H UDGI::NS. [LLSWORTH WA RH N H UI Y. THO~IAS t:RANCIS Kansas C ty Mo. Ma~shall. Mo. H UPP. WILBUR BURTON Dawn. Mo. JAMES, R ICIIARD Universit}' C:ty , Mo. JOIINSO~. EDWARD B EVER! Y R1 chburg. N Y . JOHNSTON. JA\I[S KONX Mexico. Mo. JONFS. EUGfNI· fREDL RICK Mt. Verno n . 111. JUSTtCc, t:Rl:O. JR. Alban y. N . Y . JUSTY:::KY. t:£ I IX L S.lyrevillc. N J. KARBOSKY. JOSI PH THF ODORE !>tcelville M o Kt Hr-;~:R. Wll.tJA~I Evr·Rl·11

Paue Fdty lour

Eldon. Mo. KUIR. WI NSON BERDF11 E Warrington. Mo. KIND, DANil:L Kansas City. Mo. KIRKPATRICK . JA~I ES W . Canton. Jl l. KISSACK. JAMES LESLIF Louis. Mo. Sr. JR. , WILLIAM . KITCHIN S t. Louis. M o. KLOI"RIS. PAUL WILLIA\11 St. L o ui s. M o. KNITl EL. JOSI PII CHARI. IS St. Louis. M o. KNITl EL. VINCI.NT EDWARD N. J. Boonton. KROMK A. l.:OWARD ROBI ·R1 Mo. Louis. St. KR UEGER, I IAROLD A UGUS1 St. Louis. Mo. KULir AY. STANLEY MIL TON LAOLNBUR~.l,R . CHARLFS CLARENCE' St. Louis. Mo. S t. Louis, Mo. LAWLER. \VILB I::RT JOSfPII Ch icago. Ill. Lr·GGET. HYMAN Rolla. Mo. ERNES1 LlG111. Euc,r·NI' Mo. Ferguson. R~fN B BRADfORD LINCOLN. Ferguson. Mo. LOLSING. NORMAN RI CHARD Ferguson. Mo. LOL·S ING. Vl' RNON TRAMP!· Warrenton . Mo. LOHMAN. LOUIS H ENRY St. L o uis. M o. LYONS. JOHN H fNRY le. Ill. Thompsonvil THOMAS Vt·RNON M CGHEE. Red Hook. N . Y. MACM URR AY , G I·ORGI· HI I DING East St. Louis. Mo. MA III'R . Ll·SI II· JAMES Samar, M o. MARl IN. KLN1 WILLS Louis. M o. St. MA IIIF\\S, WILLIAM PAUL Ro: k. A · k. Little MATTI! r ws. R oBrRl HYATT . Mo. Union MA UN t=. HAROL D ERVIN M o. wburg. e N OL.IS l t\RENCE Cl MFRRELL. St. Lo uis M o. Ml \'FR. CALVIN JOHN Rolla. M o. MI LU:R. ELTON ARTHUR Mo. Joplin. MI LtS. RI CHAIW HAROLD M o. Waynesville, MIICHELL. JI'\IMY LEI' N.Y. Kenmore. HY NWCR1 Kt Ml f"'Hl LL. RICHARD St. L o u is. Mo M Ol LLFR. Ct\1 VIN EDWt\RD Gardner. MJs<o. M o· IN E. GORDON HF!HiHU St. Louis. Mo. M OOR I'. LOUII FRANKLIN Groves. M o. ter bs We MORR'S. CHARI Hi THOMAS •ld M o Spnngfi Bl-R~AR[) M ld~N l Y. Wll. l,I AM


oJ 1940 St Louis. Mo. MUSKOPF-. OSCAR MFLVIX MYERS. EDWARD CHARLES Cuba. Mo. St. Louis, Mo. NAERT, GILBERT ALPHONSE Ironton. Mo. NELSON, PAUL CORDFLL Kirkwood. Mo. NEUBERT. RALPII L!:.WIS Woodstock. Ill. NEVIN, JAMES RAYMO:-<D Woodstock. Ill. NEVIN. JOH:-1 WILLIAM St. Louis. Mo. OLDE. FRED Wli.U:\\1 Craig. Mo. ORR. WARNbR MADIS0:-1 Meta. Mo. PARKER. NORMAN LEE Maplewood. Mo. PAUL. FRI::D PRFSLEY Linn. Mo. PEWITT. BION DoNALD St. Louis. Mo. POHL. ROBLRT AR riiUR Neptune. N J. PRIESTLY. JOliN HARRY RADCLIFFE . RICHARD SUTHERLAND Kirkwood. Mo. Sedalia. Mo. RAYL. JOHN WITCIG Rolla . Mo. RENWICK. ASHTON PRICE St. Louis. Mo. RIMEL. SIONF.Y FRANK Dichlsraht. Mo. ROBERTSON, HARRY FRANCIS Rahway. N . J. ROEDIGER , ALFRf' D WILLIAM Kansas City. Mo. ROSE , ARTHUR HORACe Bouldzr. Colorado ROSS, JOHN TAYLOR St. Louis. Mo. RUEFF. HAROLD Rolla. Mo. RUTILE. EUGeNE THEODORE Sr. Charles. Mo. SANDHAUS, El .MbR HENRY St. Louis. Mo. SCHAFFER. CHARLES ALBERT St. Lou:s. Mo. SCHOWALTER. KENNETH ARTHUR St. Louis. Mo. SCHUMACHER. ARTHUR JOSEPH SCHUMACHER. R!CHARD LELAND Highland Park. N. J Rolla . Mo. SCHUMAN. AUSTIN ERIC St. Louis. Mo. SCHWAIG. JOHN ANDREW Newburg. Mo. SCOTT. MARVIN DALE Sullivan. Mo. SHAFFER, JAMI:'S WILLIAM Bridgeport. Conn. SHAPIRO. MIL TON AUGUST Festus. Mo. SHERMAN. KFNNFTH IRA Overland. Mo. SHOCKLEY. GILBERT RALPH Clayton . Mo. SINDEL. ALBFRT TALMADGE. JR. Baltimore. Md. S\\ITH. HARRY BLAINE Pine Lawn. Mo. SMITH. OLIVl'R VERNON

$\liTH. ROBI:RT ALVI:-<

St. Louis. :-1o

SMITH. VIRGil AI LFN Bonne Terre. Mo. $\liTH. WILLIAM DAVID Nonh Field. N .J. SONG. BING St. Louis. Mo. S1 EVENS. CLARI'NCl: MIL TON Palmyra. Mo STEWART. LAWRI'NCE ALEXAl'DI R Maplewood Mo STO\\'ELL. R oBlRl LEWIS Bouckville. N . Y. STR o\U\IAN. CHARLI S EDWARD Pa: ific. Mo. STRICKEL. WILLIAM ROBERT ~1Jrcelinl'. Mo. Slli::SSDORf", FRANK OTTO St. Louis. Mo. SUMMERS, ROBI:RT FREDERICK f"a!lapoo~a. Mo. TALEN. JACK Gil BI,RT St. Louis Mo. THAYER, WILLIAM MORSE Greenfield. Mo. THIAS, RAYMOND LOUIS St. Louis. Mo. fHO\IPS0::-1. CARl. HOWARD Paulsboro. N J TOWXSO:O. WILLIAM ALBERT Co!>den. Ill. ULLRICH. l\\1-t.VIN CHARLES Ald~n . N.Y. VAN NOSTRAND, ROBERT GAIGE Sh~rrill. N. Y. VI·ALE. Gl~Nr MYRON St. Louis. Mo. VOGEL. CHARll S ALBERT Kan~as City. Mo. VOGELG!:.SAN C.•. EDWIN CHARLES Kirkwood. Mo. WAGERT. WARREN JULIUS Red Hook. N. Y WALKER. RICHARD HOLLIS Galesburg. 1\1 WALTERS. CHARLES PORTER St. Louis. Mo WARE. CLARI• NCl· LYNDON East St. Louis. Ill. WATKINS. RONALD ALVIN Dawn. Mo. WElDLE. BFN EDWARD St. Louis. Mo. WEISS. DAVID EDWARD Maplewood. Mo. WENDLIN ~. GrORGE HOWARD Centralia. Ill. WESTERVEll. JA\IFS A:.IERON Spnngfield Mass. WHALEY. PAUL EDWARD What Ch«r. Iowa WICKLIHE. JL RRY MEYER. JR. Franklin Squar~. N . Y. McLeansboro. l!l. WILSON. AR'IllLIR WHITSON Joplin. Mo. WISE. JOliN WARRI::N Edina. Mo. WITT. JACK AURAND Rochester. N . Y. ZACATA. JOHN LOUIS Creve Coeur. Mo ZANZIE. CHARI..FS EDWARD Tulsa. Okla. ZOLLER, JACQUES WILLIAM

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OFFI CERS

H. MOONEY ---------- President

K ENNETH JOS EPH ROB ERT

G.

P.

RI CHARD

ADAMIC"'K, Hl'\RY Sl ANLEY Southbridge. Mass. Sr. Louis. Mo. ADM•.tS, JOSH>H THORNTON Kansas City. Mo. AIIL. HARRY Cl DRIC. JR Rolla. Mo. ALLEN. MORRIS [LLSWORTH St. Louis. Mo. ALSML:YFR. RALPH LLSTER Webster Groves. Mo. AMLI, HAROLD ERLI!'\G Hannibal. Mo. ANDERSON, WILLIAM RICHARD Maplewood. Mo. ANDREWS, RICHARD CLARK Ft. Worth. Texas ANDREWS. ROI3FRT UPTO!'\ BARN ETT. ERVIN HARRY Lebanon. M o. BARTON, JOHN RICHARD Wellsville. Mo. BEASLEY. GENt; BFRNARD Carlinville. Ill. BEATY. GORDON Schenectady. N.Y. BEFZLEY, JO~L EDWARD St. James. M o. Bf'NSON, JAMI:S WILLEFORD Rolla. Mo. BERNDT. JOSI·PII PAUL. JR. St. Louis. Mo. BIERMANN. EARl EDWARD Ferguson. Mo. SIMSON. MAURICI' I H : Taylor. Mo. BLAUVFL T. KFN"'I'TII SYl.VFSTER Dumont. N.J. BOYER, MARION DANII·L Shelbina, Mo. BRACKF 11. RICHARD CONANT Rochester. Ind. BRANSON, STI RUNC. TAl r Keysvilk Mo. BRIFLMAIFR. PAUL ADA~1 Sr. Louis. Mo. BROWN, ELMF·R RAY Doniphan. Mo. BRUNS. R08F RT fRFDrRIC St. Louis. Mo. BUMPS, EOSON STF·ARN\ Rutland, Vt. BURKE. EDMUND CHARLES Bridgeport. Conn. BURNeTT. LYNN FOWLI:R St. Louis. M o. CALLAWAY. WILLIAM Sl RUTHER New London. Mo. CANNING. WILLIAM ADAMS St. Louis. Mo.

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Vice-President

SUEME FRITZE

K.

COMANN

---------- Secretary ---------

Treasurer

St. Louis. Mo. CARDOSI. RA Y.\IOND CHARLES St. Louis. Mo. CATA:-.:ZARO. MlrHAl L ANGELO Moah. Utah !· LOON CHRISTFNSI N. DoUGLAS Highland Park. 111. COALE. HENRY KF LSO Maplewood. Mo. CO~IANN. RICHARD KI Nl Crystal City. Mo. COOLI!Xil. DoNALD J.\:..II~S St. James. M o. COSTOPLOS. CONSl ANTINF JACK Wapella. Ill. CUSEY. [XLJ.Y tUGI NE Wallington. N.J. DABAL. S fANLH STL~ Vl· N Kansas City. Mo. DAHL. HI·RBI! RT RICHARD St. Louis County. Mo. DAINS, ROBERT LESLII.: Hartford. Conn. DAVIES. DAVID MI CHAEL St. Louis. Mo. DOl:RRES, JOHN H ERMAN. JR. Bradford. Pa. DORN. CLAYTON GU: NVILLF Webster Groves. Mo. DoRSET!. GEORC,r LJ,IINER Leadwood. Mo. OOWD, ROI~I· Rr CIIARI IS Sappington. Mo. DRL:SSEL. WAt DI-MAR MARliN Dirwood. Mo. DRESTI-. HH·D I OWIN. JR. Sedalia. Mo. DURHAM. liOWARD WILLIAM Coello. Ill. cADS. RAt PH HI NDI·RSOl" Ill. Nashville. f: All' R. WAL.LAf:.l E-MMIT Mo. Louis. Sr. ECK. ROO£'RT 1\NTIION\' Benld. Ill. EISMAN •.JOI WIL.LIA.\1 ELSI:A, RALPH tMI:RSON. 811 LY FRANK EVANS. LEVI

Ease SL Louis. Ill. Christopher. HI. Leeron. Mo.

f· AHR£·NHOLZ. CHARLES HOLLETI Merchantville, N. FARliiiNG. DWIGHT SPYKI.:R

J.

Streater. Ill.


FENTZKF. Avrrus DANIEL FIEWEGER. GI;ORCI-' FIEWEGFK. ROY FILLO. FRANK BERNARD FINK. FRANK JOHN FLANAGAN. \V J. FLEISCHLI, JACK EDWARD FLESCHNER. rRED GEORGE FLESSA, VERNON EDWARD FLOOD. H AROI. D WILLIAM FRIS. EDWARD STFVE FRITZI:. ROBERT PAUL FROST. QUINTIN R. FULLOP, PAUL P . GARROD. FRED MARTIN GEHRER. VERNON ADOLPH GLOVER. JAMI'S . .JR. GOBUSII. MIKF GRADY. \VILLI.IAM JOSEPH GREESON. EARL HOWARD GYGAX. EDWARD ERNEST HALE"t'. COMl'R CECIL HALEY. WILBUR ANTONIA H ANNA, ROIIF.RT LANSING H EDTKAMP, NORBERT A. HEINICKI::. On·o FRED HELLSTERN. VFRNON ~ENEGHAN. SHERAI.D HENLFY. LELAND BERNARD HENNE. WILI.IAM PAUL

Orchard Park. N.J. St. Louis. Mo. St. Louis. Mo. Webster Groves. Mo. Union 'Ao. St. Louis. Mo. St. Louis. Mo. St. Louis. Mo. Sedalia. Mo. St. Louis Coun t y. Mo. Orient. I ll. Maplewood. Mo St. Louis. Mo. Clairville. Mo. Alton. Ill St. Louis. Mo. St. Louis. Mo Elm i ra, N.Y. St. Lou1s. Mo Poplar Bluff. Mo St. Louis. Mo Edgar Springs. Mo. Edgar Springs. Mo. Centralia. Ill. St. Louis. r..Jo. St. Louis. Mo. St. Louis Mo. Jerseyville. Ill St Loui~ Mo.

St. Louis Mo.

HEYMA:>:. GL R!'ON ABRAHAM HIGGINS. JIMMII· HUGH HIGLEY, LI·O Wll LIAM HILA DO. J f'SUS GA:O.IBOA HININGFR. I I WIS LAVERNE HOB\', THEOPiill I.,;S JOSEPH HO FFMAN. Wll.l lAM GEORGF HOLMAN. RAY\IOND WINFIELD HOLZ. On·o DAN![;L HUBBEL, J-1. A . HUGHES. ROBl·R1 WILLIAM ISHERWOOD. JACK KELLY JACKSON, DoNN \VALTER JOHANNES. EDWARD GE!':T JOHNSON. ARlllt:R GUSTAVE JO'-INSON. JAM! S CORNELIUS JOHNSON. Tl 10'-'IAS RALPH JONES, CllARl.l·~ CLAYTON JUDKINS. PHILIP RAYMOND KADERA. \V ARRI N ALBERT KALL:'.IEVER. ALBl:RT WILLIA\1 KA:-.'t. EARL MOl'.ROE KAPLAN. SOLO\! KASTEN. RAYMOND OLIVER KEITH. OALI· Lbc KELLER, EDWARO CHARLES KFNDALL. EDWARD TH0\1AS KEY. ENOS LFE KIBURZ. FRI:DI::RICK MEREDITH KtENKER. fRI DERICK THEODORf

L.tl..ewood. N l Monett. Mo. Rolla. Mo. Manila. P I. Lebera I Mo H11lside N J St. Louis. Mo. Vienna Mo. Maplewood. Mo. Rolla , Mo. Seneca. Mo. St. Louis. Mo. St. Loui.~. Mo K1mmswick Mo Lh7abcthtown, Ill L1cking \-lo St. Louis. Mo. Rolla. Mo. Wa)'nesville. Mo. St. Louis. Mo. St Louis. Mo Granite City Ill Island Park. N. Y Oak Ridge, Mo. Iberia. Mo. Buffalo. N.Y. Shirley. M o Salem Ill St Louis Mo. St Charles. Mo.

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dJ~o/1940 KISSLINGER, FRED St. Louis. Mo. KL. UND. WILLIAM EDWARD Sappington. Mo. KNOEBEL. CARL WALT ER Kirkwood. M o. KOI'LLFR, EUGENE GILBER"I Sr. Louis. M o. KOELMI::L. JAJ\.IES A LBERT Hamburg. N.Y. KOENIG, F. S. Clayton, Mo. KOWALAK. MATTHEW JOSEPH St. Louis. Mo. KRILL. FRANCIS MARION St. Louis. M o. KRU~I~IEL, C LYDE H ENRY Carthage. M o. K UCHAR. FRAl'o;K JOSEPH Montvale. N.J. K URUSZ. H ENRY Webster Groves. Mo. LAMBELET. CLARENCE ARTHUR Cuba. Mo. LANDIS, BRUCE RANDOLPH Kansas City , Mo. LARSEN, GLEN ALBERT Maplewood. Mo. Lll, BICH, J. T. Springfield. Mo. !. FAK E, HOWARD BINTZ Rochester. N . Y. LrQNE. ANTON Benld. Ill. Ll, RRET, JAMES CRANDALL DeSoto. M o. LEVENTHAL. ROB ERT BLONDER St. Louis. M .o Ll EB. RAYMOND JOHN Cast St. Louis. Ill. LILEY. H OWARD BLAND Wellston. Mo. LINK. JA~fES RICHARD Springfield. Ill. LLOYD. C. H. Springfiield. Mo. LOWRFY. JOSEPH JAMES H o t Springs, Ark. LUNDAY. GAYLE BUDDY Marceline. M o. M CC ALL UM, ROBERT H . Canisteo. N.Y. M CCL AIN . EDWARD FIFER Kan sas City, M o. M CCLEARY. C. A . Denver. Mo. M CCLUER. VIRGIL CAMPBI·LL Ferguson. Mo. M CCR ADY, ROY BUTLFR Brentwood. Mo. M CCUTCHEN, f-RANKLIN LEROY East St. Louis. Ill. M CKNIGHT. FREDERICK RI CHARD Springfield. M o. MAIN . MARI ON KENNETH Joplin. M o. MANSI IELD. HERMAN Tonenville. N.Y. MARLOW. MAX LEE Pinckneyville. Ill. MA RTIN, ARLISS VIRGIL Salem. M o. MA RTIN. GENE SHA PLEY Lamar, M o. MATHeWS. RALPH ANDREW St. Louis. M o. MATTH EWS. JAMES W ESLEY Joplin. Mo. MA UP IN, FLOYD MCCALL Okmulgee. Okla. MAZZONI , J OHN ANTHONY St. Louis. Mo. M ELVIN , ROGER IRWIN M.mhficld Hills. Mass. MFYER. ALVIN L EROY Far mington. Mo. M EYfoR, KENN ETH EL.MER St. Louis. Mo. MEYER . ORVILLE L ESLIE Washington. Mo. MIAZC...A. JOSEPH FRANCIS Ludlow. Mass. Mil TON, OSBOR::-IE University City. Mo. M OI+ITT". K ENNETH ARNOLD Bennington. Vt. M OONEY. K ENNETH H ERZOC... St. L o uis. Mo. M OORE, CORWIN HARRIS Eldon . M o. MOORC. EDWARD GENE Laclede. M o. M ORRIS. JAMES H OWARD Vincennes. Ind. M UNSC II . JOHN PATRICK Chicago. Ill. N EI·LY. W ILLIAM ISAIAII Rolla , M o. N EU MAYER. JACK MATIIL"W Kansas City. M o. N EUSTAEDTER, .JAM ES ARTIJ UR St. Lou:s. Mo. NULL, ERWIN CALUDE R o lla. M o. OLSON, JOliN H ENRY Freeport. 111. ORR. LOUISE !DELL Craig. M o. PAR K. CARL DAY Charleston. M o. PAlTON. CHARLES DWIGIIT Jefferson City. M o.

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PAYNE, JOHN ALFRED East St. Louis, Ill. P1:1 U~SON, ARTIIIJR LEWIS Ferguson. Mo. PFTI'RSON . .JOHN DONAl D St. Louis, M o. POI. IIEMUS JAMES HIGBE£· Old G reenw ic h , Conn. PO',VFLI . ROWLAND PAUL St. Louis. lvlo. P uRm. GEORGE ELMLR L emay. Mo. QUINN. PATRICK Do:-\OVA::-1 St. Louis. Mo. RADAVICH. FREDERICK JOII:'-: Gree nfi eld. Mass. RAD~LIHE. KEITH \\'HITI Kirkwood. M o. RAS~IUSSEN, R ENE KREBS St. Louis. M o. RAU CH. EUGENF JULivS Rolla. M o. RH D. JACK ALLEN Spnngfield. M o. RI·HI I'LD. FRANKLIN CLARF OeSmeL. S. Oak. Rt,QUARTH. J. A. St. Louis, Mo. Rt TCII. WILLIAM THOMAS Middletown, N.Y. R OSSFR. LEWIS EDWARD Hannibal. Mo. R OUX. PH ILIPPE JOSEPH Springfield. Mass. R UDlSAlLE. HAROLD JOSl:PH Lamar, Mo. R UH.IELI. R OBERT FRANK Sr. Louis. Mo. R UHLE. EMI L THO~IAS St. Louis. Mo. SCIIILLING. JOHN CARL St. Louis. M o. SCII\IITZ. JOSEPH Albertson, N . Y. SFLI-. OTHO R UDOLPH St. L ouis. Mo. SENNE, JOSEPH H AROLD. JR. St. L o uis. Mo. SI·YMOUR. CLIFTON JOHN Cuba . M o. SIIAVLR. EUGENE MARTIN St. Louis. Mo. ~IMMONS, ROBERT RAYMOND Lamar. Mo. SKI+N. H ENRY Au, XANDl'R WISI·. II Stone. Ky. SKITEK. GABRIEL GEORGI· St. Joseph. Mo. SMITII. H UBERT RONALD Rolla . Mo. SPINNhR. L EO GRADON Palestine. Ill. STI·cN. M FREL JACKSON Sr. James. Mo. STI'GNER. JOHN OSCAR Pleasant Green. Mo. STRICKLFR. H .'\LfORD 0RVILU M endon. Ill . S'l RECK. CORNELIUS University City. M o. SUI!MI:. JOSFPH GEORC...E St. Louis. Mo. SVEJKOSKY. JOSEPH LEO St. Louis. Mo. SWARZTRAUBER. JOHN JOSEPH St. L o uis. Mo. TATALOVICH. AL EX St. Louis. Mo. TEASDALE. ROB ERT FRfDFRICK Rolla , Mo. TOMARCHIO, ANTHONY JOSEPH St. Louis. Mo. TURFK. NORMAN PA UL St. Louis. Mo. UNDFRHILL, ROBERT NORMAN Mamaroneck. N.Y. VAN D OVER. ROB ERT Valley Park . Mo. VAUC,HN. K ENNETH WIL LARD Lamar. Mo. WA CH ri'R, JOl-IN A . St. Louis. Mo. WALK EK. ARTHUR JOHN CHARLTON Port of S pain . Trinidad Pioche. Nev. WAI KI·R. 0WtN. JR St. Louid. M o. ALSI I. rRA:>~cls RF.Gis Springfield. Mo. Wf· AVI R. HOMER J EROMf St. Louis. M o. WI IS. CARL JULIUS D es Plains. 111. WeLtS. MAKVIN GEORGE Clarksvile, Mo. WFNKLF. THOMAS VI NCENT Springfield. Mo. WICKI .U·R. WILB UR St. Charles. Mo. WIFDl'Y. JOHN LO UIS St. Louis. Mo. WILSON. LLOYD HIN ES St. Louis. Mo. WISSLLR. LLOYD BAILEY Rochester. N . Y. ZAGA1A. JOSEPH R ICHARD Tulsa. Okla. ZOLL£ R. VICTOR I-ll RBER I

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ASHER. NAOMI ELIZABETH

Rolla. Missouri

ASTON. MARJORIE JANE

Rolla, Missouri

BAYLESS. DAN EUGENE

Mountain Grove. Missouri

BOLAND, JOHN Vll"CENT. JR.

St. Louis, Mi\souri

CLARIDGE. ZOLA RUTH

Rolla. Missouri

DANIELS. RALPH CeCIL

Vichy. Missouri

HAMIL TON. KATHLEEN

Rolla , Msssouri

HESS. MARY LUCILLE

Rolla. Missouri

HUNTER . MARJORIE

Rolla . Missouri

INGERSON. 00l"ALD WESTLAKF

Rolla. ~lsssoun

JENNINGS. GOLDIE EVELYN

Rolla. Msssouri

JOHNSTON. 00N.'\ LD GRAHA\IE

Rolla. Missouri

MCCAW, ANNA GRACE

Rolla. Missouri

MCCRACKEN. EARL

Rolla. Missouri

MARCELLUS. STANLEY HESS

Rolla. Missouri

POHLE. PEGGY EVA

Rolla. Missouri

READEY. WILLIAM BARTHOHMEW

St. Louis. Missouri

RF.ED. DoROTHY MARIE

Rolla. Missouri

SCHULTZ. VIRGINIA RHEA

Rolla. Missouri

STALDER. JOSEPH EDWARD

Salem. Missouri

STARK. DOUGLAS REED

Rolla. Missouri

STRAWHUM. MARY FRANCES

Rolla. Missouri

TEASDALE. ROSEMARY ROBERT

Rolla. Missouri

WIESE. EMILY GEOGENA

Rolla M1ssoun

WILS0:-1. MARY RUTH WITHOUSE. LOREl"E GLADYS

Rolla. Missouri Belle 'vtissouri

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R. r;. <J. e. ai Rolla The Engineer unit of the R.O.T.C. was established at the Missouri School of Mines in March. 1919. its primary mission being the procurement and training of young men who will enter the reserves of the A rmy of the United States to serve in case of national emergency as officers in that branch of the service to which they are best adapted. Last spring. due to the increased enrollment in the R.O.T.C.. the organization was changed from that of a Batallion to a Regiment. At present there are about 400 students in the basic courses and 60 in the advanced course. Twenty three of the advanced corps will receive their commissions in May. The Cadet Colonel for this year has been Walter

MAJOR GORDON and LT. POWrRS

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P. Leber.


The Encire Regiment

Cadet Col. Leber and Major Gordon The Colors Detonators

Band

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\ Compan Cadet C.1dct Cadet C.1dct Cadet Cadet Cadet Cadet

Captain C P Sturgis £ ir~t Lt R. N. Lorance hrst L 1 • P. F. Ross hrst Sgt K N. Wygant Staff Sgt . II. R. Wampler StaH Sgt F P Smith S~·t C P. Dahm Sgt R L T opper

B Comp.1n\ Cadet Capuin. J E. Rakaskas Cadet hm l.r. J. W. Jensen Cadet rim Lt. . E L. Perry CJdct f-1rst Sgt.. A. G. Hacker Cadet Staff S~tr . R. R. Brookshire Cadet St.lff Sgt .. J. R. Lambeth Cadet Sgt.. F K. Kyle Cadet Sgt . J. R Lambeth Cadet Tech. Sgt.. M . M. Francis

C Compan} Cadet Capt.tin. H. J. Andresen Cadet F1rst Lt.. J . F. Welch Cadet F1rst Lt. B A. Dennis. Jr. Co~det hm Sgt. C. M . Wattenbarger Cadet Tech Sgt. R M. Sexton CJdct Staff Sgt . E L Washburn Cadet Staff Sgt J H Farnsworth Cadet Sgt II. A Vol7 C.1d~t Sgt . S P Barron

D ( llO pan\ Cadet Capt.un. J M . Coon Cadet r:irst Lt.. C. L. Cowan Cadet h~t Lt . r . R. Davidson Cadet Fir~t Sgt .. E. r. Holland Coldct Tech. Sgt.. E. P. Boyt Cadet Staff Sgt .. L. E. Allen Cadet Staff Sgt.. W. M. Puetz Cadet Sgt.. R. Summers Cadet Sgt.. R. H Mills I ( ompany CJdct Captain. W . E. Buck C.1dct hrst l t. J r Rushing Cadet f im Lt.. A. J . Tucker C.tdct rim Sgt.. Nathan Jaffe Cadet Tech Sgt J . B McKee C.1dct Staff Sgt. P. S. Elliott Cadet Staff Sgt . D. G. Crecelius Cadet Sgt . R. G. Rhodes Co~det Sgt.. R C. Silhavy

I ( ompJn\ Cadet C.1ptain. H. L. Wilder Cadet hrsr I t .. N. P. Tucker Cadet rim Lt .. J. B. Donahue Cadet I mt Sgr , E. R. Butch Cadet Tech. Sgt. R E Fields Cadet Sto1H Sgt . F A. Schill C.1dct Staff Sgt. J. M McAncrney C.1dct Sgt .. V. 0. Becker C~dct S~tt.. R G. Van Nomand

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Regimental Command and Staff Commanding Officer: Cadet Colonel W. P. Leber Regimental Adjutant: Cadet Captain. J. J. O'Neill Regimental Supply Officer: Cadet Lt. , L. J . Riege Regimental Sergeant Major: A . J. Fick First Batall ion Batallion Commander: Cadet Major L. M . Payne Batallion Adjutant: Cadet First Lt .. C. H. Cotterill Batallion Sergeant Major: F. W. Finley

Second Batallion Batallion Commander: Cadet Major T . R. Alford Batallion AdJUtant: Cadet First Lt .. T. \V. Kelly Batallion Sergeant Major: A. J. Summers

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Homec oming Ball

Pi K A Pledge Oa:t:e

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Waitin g for dinner

DRAM A?

Relaxa tion.

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BOOK TWO

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Sports have a definite place at M. S. M. as they offer much

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for every studenl to parlicipate. is carried on by the fraternities and independen t organizatio ns.

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With the opening of school in September some sixty aspirants answered the practice call of head coach Bull man and his capable assistant Percy Gill. The outlook was rather promising with 25 veterans of the previous season's second-place team reporting. On the whole. as the season progressed the Silver and Gold upheld their early season promises. winning five games against four losses and ending in third place in the M .l.A .A. conference. The team scored a total of I 11 points to 114 chalked up against them. Head coach Gale Bullman (top) and his assistant Percy Gill have rounded out their third year at M. S.M. after cominR here from Washington University. During this period Bullman coached teams have always finished in the upper bracket of the conference standings. Percy Gill. calm and reserved. makes a perfect assistant for nervous and energetic Bull man.

Four of the factors contributing to the Miner successes were seniors Ladd. Spafford. Taylor and Klug. Each was a star in his own right and started almost every game. They were the only members of the class of '40 on rhe squad.

Action tn the Home-coming game, both tn the stands and on the field.


Left to rrght: back row- Etsea, Spafford. Kallmeyer, Henley. Svejkosky . Johnson. Bennetsen. Strawhun . Kromka. Falkingham . Tatalovich. Srcond from back r ow-Klug. Glover, Veal. Hammann . Walker. Blauvelt. Ma7zoni. Krueger. Domjanovich. Corneau . Durpby. Second from front ro w--Stephens. Bruce. Koerner. Rogers. Cook. Ladd. Taylor. Nevins. Nicola. Cunningham . Front row-Kiburz. Sueme. Schumacher, Rose. Hancock. Catanzaro. Eads. Kane. Radcliffe.

Harley Ladd , captain and nucleus of the Miner's 1939 ream. Harley was the biggest ground gainer the MiMrs have seen in several years. He was honored for two years on th~ Att -M . I.A.A . L~am .

Springfield's cheerleader leads the M iners t n a yell. Action shots of the Maryville game.


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Stockton

Koerner

Hancock

Strawhun

Eads

Hammann

Catanuro

Durphy

Veale

JOE SPAHORD

JOF S1 RA WHUN

Never a bad center in 4 years of collegiate football is Joe's enviable record. lie kept has record clean in 3 games played in the mud this year and well deserved his all M.I.A.A. ranking for two years in a row.

"Big Joe's" strength helped him to ward off blo:kers and made him a tough man to take out of plays. He's another end who'll be back.

MIKE CAN1ANlARO

'Durph" was Joe Spafford's u nderstudy; so did not see too much action. He played steady ball when given his chance and should be our regu lar center next fall.

" Iron Mike'' was outstanding defensively at his fullback post and if his knee hea ls up. he and Cook wil l have a real batt le for the starting positions.

CLYDE OURPJIY

ROBFR1 BRUCE

Here is a guy who rc.11ly enjoyed playing football at tackle. His spirit and bard playing .uc felt all along the line when he is in the game.

"Bob" transferred to M.S. M. from Oklahoma Mi litary Academy and provided much needed srrengr h at end. H e excelled on defense and his heads up football was most not.ca blc al(ai nst \V ashington U.

HERBl:RT STOCKTON In his first year of varsity football. "Herb" filled the gap left by inJured ends in tine style. He played his best game against Warrensburg where his downlield blocking stood out.

"Mall · rode 10 the heights by kicking Cape dizzy on a muddy field. He was probably the most improved lineman of the year and may fight his way into a starting guard position next fall

EUGT'NE HAMMANN

RALPH LADS

The only reason Ralph didn't star was because Cunningham, Tlylor and !.add had more experience. He was the one bnght spot ag.1inst Springfield and will do a good portion of the passang and running in tlw next three yurs. NELsO;-.; KOERNER "Nels" speed helped him lead interference from his guard position A bulwark on defense. Nels should reach his peak next year.

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MA.IIH·W OOMJANOVICH

KEllll COOK Keith was our starting fullback and ace passer. Two of his passes went for touchdowns and many went for long gains ARTHI.JR SCIIV\IACHER

· Liule Art" was probabl)• the most versatile back on the Miner team last year. He ran from quarterback. right and ldt halfback. and called signals. He was handicapped by inJuries. but watch his smoke in I 940.


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59 Bruce

Rog •rs

Cook Domjanovich

Schumacher

FRANKLIN ROGERS Frank held down one of the guard postuons in fine style. He did a swell job of punting after Cunningham's injury and received menrion on several all-conference teams. NICK NICOl A Nick's "end -aro und '' run in the closing minutes helped to b~at Warrensburg. He should sec lots of action next fall. ROBI·RT KL VG Bob finished his footbal l career against Washington U . Though light for a tackle. he more rhan made up for it in ag~ressivencss. JAMLS STl·PHENS With 21.8 pounds behind him. "Steve" was a bard man to take o ut of plaYs. He will be a hand y man to ba\'C around next year. FRFD HANCOCK llerc's a transfer from Keny o n College who reallv came in handy. A smart. hard-blocking quarterback who left many would -be tacklers "cold" when he put his held down on punt returns EUGEN!: VEALE Another of our swell array of guards. Though short of stature. Gene is wide and mobile enough to cause enemy backs plenty of trouble. OTIS T AYI.OR The fastest man on the squad and one of the best passers. Though handicapped by inJuries " Ote' closed his 4 yurs of football with a swell game against Washington U

Klug Nicola

Spafford Stephens

ALEXANDER TATALOVICH "Axel" was the hardest tackler on the team. as man\' oppo~i ng backs will venfy ·Ax' wtll be around for some time so should bear watchtng at tackle. DICK CUNNINGHA \i Dick started out like a whirlwind this season and rJn wild against Warrensburg and Arkansas Srate ooly to tcccivc a severe ankle tnjury agatnH Springfield. That was his lasr game of 19 )<) but he should be back at hi~ regular left halfback post next )•car. CLII FORD CORNEAU Had the inacrive job of relic\•i ng Capt Ladd this yea r. but showed rbat he had what it takes wirb some swell running against Arkan~as A. ~ 1\t. BOB NEVINS \Vh~n Bob was out with an tn)urv during the first of the season he turned to sports announcing. H owever. when his shoulder healed he resumed active compctttion. Passes seem to have Jn affintty for Bob's sticky fingers. He never drops one that he can reach. EDWARD KROMKA Ed was probably our best tackle and should make allconference next year. Ed has a heart for football and is a sw~ll blocker. JAMES KIESLER Jim had the posttion of trainer wtth the team this yea r after ha\•i ng starred for four yea rs on Miner teams.

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The M. I. A. A. Basketball Conference is known as one of the strongest in the Mid-West and competition this year was unusually keen . This helps explain the un-impressive record made by the Miners despite the fact that Percy Gill placed a well -balanced team on the floor. Most outstanding for the Miner cagers was undoubtedly Bob Bruce. who led the conference in scoring and was the first Miner to be chosen on the all -conference team in many years. Lack of experienced reserves seriously handicapped the team. Many of their games were lost late in the second half after the regulars had either fouled out or were too tired to continue at top speed. A brief resume of the season with scores of both teams. our leading scorers. and high lights of the games might appear as follows: Central Wesleyan Z I M.S. M. 55 We're off. with Bruce geuing I 4! St. Louis U. 37 M.S. M . 26 Nobody "hot." Bruce I 0. Washington H M. S. M. 29 It was a Mtner victory until the last four minutes Cook led with 1 2. Westminster 3 2 22 M. S. M Rather embarrassing' Kamper got 8. Maryville 44 26 M.S. M The " class" of the M. I. A. A. goes to work: Cook hooped I 0 but Hull of the Champs got I 5 Kirksville 3 I 42 M. S . M Here was the game of the year for the Miners. \Vatt~ led with 16 points in the second half, closely followed by Bruce and 1esley. Ho)>o!s rise. Springfield 42 M . S. M . 20 Poor officials and a rough game helped our defeat. Hopes fail.

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Jump ball and a basket for the Miners in the Maryville game.

M.S. M. 37 Sr. Louis 33 Bruce wirh 16 and Warrs with l 0 he lped beat the Bills 10 a thriller. M. S.M. 29 Cape 42 Not so hot ! Bruce 9, Watts 8. M.S. M. 24 Warrensburg 40 'Nuf' said. M. s路. M. 25 Maryville 39 Maryville again but Bruce bagged 16. M.S. M. 28 Washington U. 39 A real game until late. Watts made 13. M.S. M. 34 Cape 52 Miners were no match for the Cape sharp-shooting. Watts 12. M. S. M. 29 Springfield 35 Roughest game of the year. Carroll suffered a broken wrist and Watts was carried from the court after crashing into a wall. M.S. M. 31 Kirksville 38 Nothing to say. Broce goc I 0. M.S.M. 37 Warrensburg 46 Miners put up a thrilling battle for Finnish Relief. With three minutes to go it was anybody's ball game, Broce finished with 14 points to lead the conference. Letters were awarded to Watts, Kamper, Nesley, Cook. Carroll, Wampler. and Bruce.

Top row: Grady. Nevins. Straw hun ; Timberman. Middle row: Nesley, Burke. Main.

Romine, Lunday.

Bottom row: Cook. Bruce. Wampler, Kamper. Watts. Carroll.

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Hellstern and Spinner go over the highs in a dead beat.

As the Rollamo goes to press the uack team possesses the rather disappointing record of ba~e

lost dual meets to Cape Girardeau. Westminster. and Washington University against a single w1n

O\'er Springfield. The brightest spot in their record was placing a strong third in the M . I. A. A. conference indoor meet a Columbia. The team this year was not particularly strong in the field events but it was formidable in the dashes and the middle and long distance events. Point winners in the M . I. A. A. meet included Taylor. Ladd. Eads, Fort. N . Tucker. and Ga Nun. The crack medley relay team attended the Kansas Relays and came in fifth . Members of the relay team were Ga Nun. Fort. Pierce. and N. Tucker. Taylor was the highest individual point winner and took part in rhe I 00 yard dash. the broad jump, and the 220. The entire track team personnel includes the following: Dashes-Corneau. Taylor. Ladd. Jones and Hellstern. Hurdles-Spinner. Corneau. Hellstern. Middle distances- Eads. Pierce. Fort, Ga Nun. Cutler. and Van Pool. Distances-Fort, Norman and Armin Tud.cr. Shot Put- Ladd. Taylor, and Leone. Discus-Strawhun and Leone. Pole Vault- Haas and Spinner. Javelin-Bouchier and Ladd. Broad Jump-Taylor, Corneau. Strawhun. High Jump--Burge$s, Spinner. and Ladd.

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The start of the mile

"Got a better one"

Taylor breaks the tape in the I 00

A false start

Corneau slips the baton to Ga Nun

Strawhun knocks off the bar

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the 440

Strawhun ag.1in an the broad JUmp

Burges~

makes his JUmp

Haas has no trouble on this \'ault


This season the tennis team looked strong er than 1t has for the past eight years. Leber. Silhav y, and McKee. regular s of last year's team. were back. and some promis ing materia l from the freshm en class appear ed. As the Rollam o went to press. the squad had high hopes of repeati ng last year's trick of winnin g second place in the M . I. A. A. confere nce. Hende rson was the outstand1 ng player early in the season . and droppe d onlv one m.llch. Washi ngton U. McKee was c.1ptain of the squad.

The Miner swimm ing team , coache d by Silverm an. went undere ated this season . going throug h their schedu le with five wins and one tie. In the meet with Jeffers on City. the Silver and Gold took five first places. The return meet with Jeffers on City Bears turned out to be a 31 tie. At Kempe r, Neume yer broke tbe pool record for the I 00 yd. { ree style.

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Victor ious over Warre nsburg . the Miners went on to win every event agains t Westm inster and set three new records . The return engage ment with Westm inster saw Hadley do the I 00 yd. back stroke in l : l 3.2. the fastest time that ever has been recorde d for the M.S. M. \'arsity .

After shooti ng with some of the best colleges in the United States. the rifle team bas to its credit 23 VtCIOries and a single defeat which was at the h~nds of Maine Univer sity. In the corp~ area tnterco llcgiate match the Mtner team succeed ed in placmg stxth among the 28 college s partici pating

The follow ing un~vcrsitics and colleges were defeate d by the Miners : Rose Polyte ch., Clarks on Virgtn ia Polyte ch Harri~ Teache rs V. of Alabam a. V. of Tennes see. Yale Univer sity. Coe Colleg e. U. of Michig an. U. of Wisco nsin. Kempe r Milita ry Acada my. Alabam a Polyte ch., U. of Nebra\ ka. Iowa Stale U., Kansas U., John Hopki ns. Va .. Mtlitar )' Acad(m y. Geor~tta Tech., and Ohio State. Tech. W. Virgin ta U

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Standing: McKee. Radcliffe. Heddell, Leber.

Sittmg:

Fleischli .

Mooney.

Silhavy, Maupin .

Left (coach ),

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Silverman

Burberry.

Hancoc k.

Bernd[. Keller. Cochran. Wachter, Rakaskas. Bierman . Bracken , Hadley, Neumayer.

Standing: Mack, Zanzie, Pick, Elliott. Alsmeyer.

Sttting: Ullrich. Martin . Burberry. Fields. Lindberg.

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Left to nght: Watts, Beard. Timberman, Clarkson.

Winning easily at the M. I. A. A. conference meet last May. the Miners ended the 1939 golf season undefeated and earned their second golf crown within as many years. Floyd Watts took individuJl honors.

Starting this spring. the Miners. due to lack of practice, suffered their first defeat in three }'t'ars when thry bowed to Springfield and Cape. However. the team returned to trounce Westminster Washington University and. in a return match, defeated the Springfield Teachers. \Vith th•s victory over Springfield. the Miners with Watts. Clarkson. Beard and Timberman are now favored to win thr conference meet for the third consecutive time.

As we go to press the Miners still have four games scheduled. so that. in all probability they will end their season with a good percentage of wins over losses.

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Intramural \pOrls arousr keen compctilion .11 the ~chool of M1ncs. and a large parr of the studcnl body p.uucipJlCS. The enlarged mtri'lmllri'll pro~tr.tm now include\ ten spon~

touch

football, ba~kttb,tll , box1ng. "r(\lhng. \Wimming, volleyball, golf. tcnms softball Jnd hor\cshoc\ Of thc\C, the footbi'lll Jnd softball teams are divided into two lcotgucs and th~ winners of each leagur play for the ch~mpion\hip. The rcm.tindcr of the sports. with 1he cxccptaon of golf, .1rc run off 1n elimination tournaments In golf. ho"nrr. "" 18 hole mcd.ll pl.lv tourn.Jmcnt dccidrs the "1nncr. To prO\'Ide Jn incentive for contcH.Jn". a traveling trophy ts provided for the orgoln17atlon tOtolhng the greatest number of points in Intramural\ durng the year Wright uncorks a ross in rhc general dirrction of the horse shoe pit.

Po1nts arc awarded

on the basis of te.lm stand1ng m Nch sport. Scparo1te trophic:~ are awo1rded in a numbl'r of sports. By perm1111ng one team to enter from c.tch social fraternlly and one from each class in the lnd(pendent group. every student in the school has an opportunity to compete. The d1fferent sports are spread out ovrr the yur m such well rounded

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fhe following are the winners and runn ersup 1n thl dtf 路 ferent events. Touch Football: First Sophomores: Se:ond. Pi Kappa Alpha. Basketball路 First. SiKma Nu: Second. Pi Kappa Alph;s Boxing: Juniors and Sophomores tied. Individual Winners: 112 lb. -Boyt. Junio rs . 118 lb. Gonschaulk. Soph.; 128 lb. -Boutin. Seniors : 115 lb. Winkle. Juniors; 14 5 lb.-Nevin . So ph. ; 15 5 lb. -tie ; Ridley. Pi K A. and Eads. Frosh.: 165 lb. -Bouchier. Juniors: 175 lb.-Domjanovich. Juniors : HeavyweightKromka. Soph. Wrestling: First. Sophomores: Second. Lambda Chi Alpha. Individual W inners: 118 lb.- Leslie. Lambda Chi : I 28 lb. -ForL Lambda Chi; 135 lb. -tie: Burgess. Seniors. and Brown. Soph . : 145 lb.-Rosz. Soph .. 155 lb. -Vogel sang. Sopb.: 165 lb.- ric: Veale. Soph .. and Kiburz. Frosh.: 175 lb.-Rogers. Juniors: Heavyweight- KJn\!. Frosh. Grunt and groan artists. Winners of their respective classes.

Action on the mat.

Hammann and Kromka fight it out for the heavyweight title.

" They can' t hurt us." says Andresen .

\Vinkle gets close to a Warrensburg glove. Champ~ens

in thei r boxing divisions.

What 1 no cauliflower ears ?


Frosh

line up

against

the

So phs for their annual feud.

Swimming: First. Freshmen: Second. Sophomores. Individual Winners: Medley Relay-Frosh.: 160 yd. Relay -Frosh.: 60 yd. Back stroke-Hadley. Soph.: 60 yd. Breast stroke-Neumeyer. Frosh.: 60 yd. Free styleBracket. Kappa Sigma: Diving- Winkle. Juniors. Volleyball: First. Juniors: Second , Sigma Nu. Golf: First. Pi Kappa Alpha; Second, Juniors: Low Score. Hanman. Triangle. Tennis:

first, Henderson. Alpha

Lambdi!

Tau;

Second.

Hedell.

Juniors. Horseshoes: Singles: First, Gund. Pi Kappa Alpha; Second Krill. Juniors. Doubles: First, Juniors: Second, Kappa Sigma.

Can this be handball ?

Softball: Tournament nor complete as Rollamo goes ro press.

Sigma Nu's and Pi K A's battle for the basketball championship.

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Lining up the putts on the second green

The start of a fast I 00 free style

Bentley swings and misses

H enderson gets over an ace

Dusza rounds first as Haas coaches him Nevins tees off while the rest of the party watch.

No hand mashies. boys.

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the social life of which

h e wiU -\\Tish pa rticipate.

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Coon Hensen Pa yne

Alford Heinicke Olcott

Dennie Leber Ri eke

Hall Mach mer Stew an

Do wl ing Lorance Smo thers

Ol路 fiCI RS Pre~ident ---- ---- ----------------E. L. C LARIDGE Vice- President PROF. F. C. FARNHAM ------- Secretary _ PROF-. J . E. JENSE N ---------PROF. J . M. WILLSON ________ Co rresponding Journal Secretary

Phi Kappa Phi is an honor society composed of students and professors in all branches of the institutions at which irs chapters are located. Student members are elected from the upper ten percent of the grad uating class and those graduate students whose scholarship merits awa rd are elected to the society. Scholarship and character are stressed and the society holds to the original purposes of educational insricutions. A student's achievement in an institution is recognized by election into this society. The motto of the societ y is. " The love o f learning rules the world." The society also presents to each member of the upper ten percent of each class, a bookplate bearing the society's seal. 1\\1 \In! RS Faculty

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H H . Armsby J. W. Barley J . B. BuLler E. C. Carlton C. Y. Clayto n M. H . Cagg F. H. Frame

Hanley Henning Ja ckson Kershner C. V. Mann G. A. Muilenberg R . M. Rankin

R. T. I. M . P. A . P. T .

R. D. H . C. L. E. W. P .

Alford Coon Dennie Dowling

H . A. 0 . A. R. 0 . K. K.

Hall Heinicke Hensen Leber

W. T . Schrenk R.

Z Williams

J. M Willso n L. C. Woodman T . G. Day F. C. f-arnham V . A. C. Gevecker Student R . N. Lorance r . G. Machmer E. L. Olcott L. M. Payne

W. T . Jensen

0 . R. Grawe A . J . Miles H . C. Beckman E. F. Hill

V . W . Rieke W . J . Smothers F M. Stewart


Alford Leber

Burgess Lorance Sex ron

Dennie

Coo n Mach mer Smothers

Olcott S pafford

Henson Payne Stewart

Kidwell Rieke

OFFICERS

F. M. STEWART --------- -------------------- _ President R. T. A LFORD ----------------------------- Vice- President W . P. LEBER ---------------------------------- Secretary PROF. D. F. WALSH -------------------- ------- Treasurer

Tau Beta Pi was founded at Lehigh University in 1885. The Beta Chapter of Missouri was founded at the Missouri School of Mines in December , 1906. Since its founding on theM. S. M. campus Tau Beta Pi has risen to become the highest ranking honor engineering fraternity in the country. Along with schola rship. char acter, leadership , social qualities and personal appearance are facto rs considered in selecting men for membership. MEMBERS

C. Y. Clayton K . K. Kershner H. R . Hanley

C. V. Mann R. 0. Jackson H . T. Mann R. T. Alford W . L. Burgess J. M. Coon P . A. Dennie L. E. Henson

Fac ulty R . M . Rankin G. A. Muilenberg C. R. Forbes D. F. Walsh R. Z. Williams W. C. Zeuch Student A. L. Kidwell W. P. Leber R. N. Lorance F. G. Machmer

E. L. Olcott

W. R . Cbedsey

R. W . M cCloy A . J. Miles R. R. Carrola E. F. Hill L. M . Payne V . M . Rieke R. M. Sexton J . E. Spafford F. M. Stewart

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Alford Lies RaJ..askas

Carr Markley Ridley

Finley Dennie Cotterill Nicholas Olcott Spafford Rieke

Gund O ' Neill Stevens. C.

Kelly Payne Stewart

Kidwell Peters Wampler

OFPICERS

President ----------Vice- PresidPnt --------- ------ _ -ALfORD _ Treasurer _ -------- -T. W. KFLL Y -- -------- _ Correspondmg Secretary P . RIDLEY R. C. H . con L'RILL __________ _ Alumm Secretarr.J

J. E. SPAFIORD

T. R.

Established primarily as an honorary service fraternity, the Missouri School of Mines Chapter of the National Bl ue Key Honor Fraternity selects its membership from those of the Junior and Senior classes who have shown outstanding qualities of leadership and a willingness to work toward the betterment of the school. Since its formation on the School of Mines campus in 193 3. the fraternity has assumed and carried out a number of campus programs of b znefit. Among these are the publication of ~he student directory. the publication of the footba'l programs, and the encouragement of htgh standards of leadership and scholarship by awarding shingles to outstanding members of the freshman class. MEMBERS

T R. Alford Carr. Jr Corncau Cotterill Dennie Elleu F. W. Finley R . A. Gund

W . J. C A. C. H. P. A. C. A.

t\ L Kidwell

T . W Kelly w. D. L•es J S. M.nkley

H. N1chola~ l·. L. Olcou J. J .O'Neill I M . Payne

E. M . Peters R. P. Ridley V. W . Rieke J. E. Spafford H . C. Stevens F. M. Stewart H. D. Wampler C M . Wattenbarger


Carpenter Enderson

Cochran Hayden

Com rill Maise

Leslie

Cowan Romine

Crecelius Weight

OFFICERS

___ Mastt>r Alchenmt VICI!·A-fasrer Alchemist BOLTZ ---- - -----·----------- -------- Se(rrtary J. C. LESLIE ----- - - -----------Treasurer E. C. ROMINE - --- --------- --------- -------H. NICHOLAS -------- -- - - - - - - - - - - ___ ---- _ Reporter ,\-Jaster of Ceremome~ D. G. CRECELIUS ----------· ___ C. R. MAISE ------------------ -------. Alumni Secretary

W. A. [NOERSON -- -·D.

r.

Since its founding at the University of Virginia in 1902. Alpha Chi Sigma has since served its purpose to raise the standard of chemistry both as a profession and a science. In addition, the fraternity aims ro aid its members in pursuing their chosen professions and bind them together with lasting ties of friendship. Activities throughout the year include talks by the students on their research work and topics of interest to the chemical profession. MEMBERS Boltz. D, F. Enderson. W. A. Webb. W. H. Maisc. C. R. Hill. E. F. Carpenter. R. K. Coon. J. M.

Cowan. C. L. Crecelius. D. G. Hayden. H. A. Romine. E. C. Volz . H. A. Oabal. S. S. Cochran. A. A. Com,-ill. C. H.

Leslie. J. C. Butch. E. R. Hcrrling. S. L. Pohl. R. A. Nicholas. H . Zvanul. C. M. Smirh 0 . V.

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Boyd J affe Rakaskas

Brown J ames Ri cl-.e

Fick Dickmann Brune .McAnerne)' Lies K>•le Smo thers Stevens. C. Stevens. H . Sturges

Hardine r i el d~ Perry Olcot t T ucker. A Tucker.

Hoffman Pingel . Wampler

OFFICfR~

E. L.

Reqent ( Pres. )

O LCOIT -------------------

Vtce- R eqent ( V tce Pres.) G UY BROWN _ -------------Sm be ( Sec.) W. C. DICKMAN ---- - --------- _ Trt·asurrr W . J . SMOTHERS --- -- - --------------- ---

J. R. RAKASKAS ------ ---- - - -------------V. W. R I EKE - ----- -----------------------

1\ . J . TUCKER ------------- --- - -----------

A.

BRUN E -------------------- -- - - -------

M arshall Inner Guard Outer Guard Corresp . S ec.

Theta T au, a national pro fessio nal engineering fra ternity was fo unded o n O ctober 5 , 1904, at the U niversity o f Minnesota. Iota , the eighth chapter o f the twenty-three composing the fraternity, was fo unded at The Missouri School o f Min es on February 5. 19 16. M embership in Thera T au is o pen o nly to undergrad uate students who a re enro lled 1n approv ed engineering courses. Scholarship is not o ne o f the requirements fo r membership m this fra terni ty, but m embers are chosen beca use they sh o w pro mising engineering ability. The ideals of Theta T a u are to prom o te a nd mai nta in the hig h standards of p rofessio nal in terest that h ave lo ng governed the fra ternity. MD1BE RS R. J . Boyd Guy Brown A. W. Brune C. A. Corneau W. C. Dickman n A. F . Fick R . E. Fields K. L. Hardine

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J . L. Hoffman J. R . Hum p h rey N . Jaffe H . T . James F. K. Kyle L. E. Lambelet W. D. Lies J . M. McAnerney E. L. Olcott

E. L. Perry M . E. Pinglc J . W . Rakaskas V W . R ieke \V. J . Smothers H . C Steven~ H. D. SlUrges D . L. Trisch A . J . T ucker

N. P. Tuc ker H . R . W ampler P. J. Bourch ier W. E. Crockett A . Hac ker H . R. Stockton C. M . Stevens R. L. Sto well


Of I IC I RS

Presrdent - - - - - - - -EDMUND BUTCH - -------W. F. H ORKY ------------------------- ----- Vic~ · Prwdent J.P. DRFS1 F ------ - ----- -------------- - ------ - Secretary --------- ----- ·---- - --- ------ Treasun•r L. E . ALLEN J. K. JOHNSTON - - ------- ---- _ --------- ---- - - _ Hrst onan _ ----------------------- _ Alumni Secretart,~ K. B. SLY

S. L. HERTLING -- ------ - ----------- ----- Sergeant-at-arm.~

The most recent addition to the School of Mines Campus Organizations, Beta Omicron Chapter of Alpha Phi Omega, National service fraternity. was formed in the spring of 1939. Dedicated ro the service of both school and community, Alpha Phi Omega accepts as members any students who have at any time received trainin g with boy scout organizations. In keeping with the purposes of its national organization founded at Lafayette U niversity in J925. the fraternity aims to assemble college men in the fellowsh ip of the Scout Oath and Law, to develop friendship, and to promote service to humanity. Outstanding services per formed by the organization last year were the making of a student housing survey. the sponsorship of mass finger-printing of the student body, and the promotion of community programs among local scout troops. \11.; \fBERS Allen. L. E . Blair. N.D. Bly. K. B. Butch. E. C<Xbran, A.

Courtn~y .

R. G.

Dreste. J. P. Fox. J. H . Henling S. L. Hoffman J. L .

Hork y. W. r . Johnston. J. K. Kuhne. E. B. Mitchell . R. K. Schowalter. K.

Shockley. G. B. Smothers. W. J SLeimke. F. Wygant. K. N Zagata. J . R

FACULTY ADVJSERS Mr Ker,hner

Mr. Dennie

Mr Black

Lr. Powers

SCOUTII'\G ADVISERS Dr DeVaney

Mr Allen Foster

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Left ro rrght

Alford Allen Andresen Becker Boyt Buck Butch Coon Cotterill Cowan Crecelius Davidson

Dennis Donahue Elliott Farnsworth Fick Fields

Finley Hacker Jaffe Lambeth Jensen Kelly

Kyle Leber Lindberg Lorance McAnerney McKee

O'Niell Payne Perry Puet7. Rakaskas Rhodes Riege Ross Rushing Schsll Silhavy Smath. F. P. Sturgis Summers lucker. A.J. rucker. N. P. Wampler Wa~hburn

W.1nenbarger Welch

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OFFICERS

J. J. O'NEILL ---------- - ---- Presidem L. M. PAYNE - - - ------ 1st Vice- President L. J. RIEGE --- - ---- - 2nd Vice- President R. M. SEXTON -------------- Secrerarr; J. B. DoNAHUE ------------- Treasurer E. P. BOYT ------------- Asst. Treasurer

The Society of American Military Engineers had its inception in the World War. Its purposes are to fu rther national defense, link civilian and military engineers more close! y. and of procuring, preserving, perpetuating, and disseminating knowledge and information relating to engineering operations. The Post at the Missouri School of Mines was established in 1938, replacing the Officers' Club. It is the purpose of this post to further the interests of rhe Society and to sponsor the Military Ball. MEMBERS

Andresen. H. J.

Fields, R. E.

Rhodes. R . G.

Coon. J. M.

Finley. F. \V.

Schill. E. A.

Cotterill. C. H.

Hacker. A. G.

Donahue. J. B.

Jaffe, N.

Sexton. R. M. Silhavy, R. C.

Dennis. A.

Kyle. F. K.

Smith , F. P.

Francis. M. M.

Lambeth. J. R .

Summers. A. J . Topper. R. L.

Kelly. T. W.

Lindberg. D. S.

Leber. W. P.

McAnerney. J. M.

Wampler. H. R.

Lorance. R. M.

McKee. J. Puetz. W. M.

Washburn. E. L.

O'Neill. J. J.

Wattenbarger. C.

Payne. L. M. Perry. E. L. Riege. L. J . Ross. P. F. Rushing, J. F. Sturgis. C. P. Tucker, A. J . Tucker. N. R. Volz. H. A. Welch. J . Wilder, H. L. Allen, L. E. Becker, V. 0 . Boyt, E . P . Brookshire, R. R. Butch. E. R . Crecelius. D . G. Davidson. F. Elliott. P. S. Farnsworth. J . Fick. A.

Cadet Col. Leber escorts Honorary Col. Broemmelsick Page Nrnety -live


OFFICERS Presrdent W . J . SMOTHERS HOFFMAN. Vrce- President I. M. NIEDLING, Secy. 路 Treasurer

J . L.

Faculty Members Or. P . G. Herold Prof C. E. Henderson Students

J . L. Hoffman I. M. Niedling

S. A. Peer T . J. M. Planje E. W. Sharp W. J . Smothers A W . Allen L R. Bishop I . H . Bolz M. E. Bowman H. B. Bute W. E. Crockett J . T . Dusza F. R. Ellion J . V. Heddell J . R. Humphrey

K E. Krill M E. Pingel R. C. Silbavy F. C. Ste. mke J . Crookston T . F. Huey J . K. Johnston I~ R. Kromka \V. J . Lawler H. Leggeu

R A. Smith

C. P Wa!ter Paqe Nrnety -six

In 1937 the local Orten Society, comprising the students in Ceramic Engineering. became the M.S.M. Student Branch of the American Society of Ceramic Engineers. The organization sponsors meetings at which motion pictures descriptive of the Ceramic Industry are shown and interesting talks a re made by prom inent men of t he field. Its purpose is to bring the members of the cu rriculum into a closer bond of fellowship and to bring others interested industry in closer contact with it.

in

the


OFFICERS S. L. H ERTLING ---- Presrdent L. E. H ENSON _ Vice-Prtsrdmt A. A. COCHRAN ---- Serretary J. C. LESLIE ------ Treasurer

DR .

The Missouri School of Mines chapter o f the American Institute of Chemical Engineers, formerl y the Ira R emsen Society, was granted a charter in March, 1939 . The object o f the soci(>ty rs to stimulate interest in chemical engineerin g and to extend the know ledge of the members by having men of industrial importance address the society at its semi-monthl y meetings. Anyone who is interested in current chemical engineerin g problems may belong.

F.

H.

CONRAD

__ Faculty Counselor

MEMBERS Boutin. C. M. Carpenter. R. K. Coon. J. M. Comrill. C. H . Cowan. C. L. Danforth. W . Hertling, S. L. Hinken. L. Henson. L E. Koch. C. 0. Leshe. J. C. Ma:hmer. F. G. McClendon. J. O'Neill. J. J. Romine. C. Tiede. J. E. Butch. E. R. Crecelius. D . G. Cochran. A. A. Couch. R. G. Dietiker. R. Dorsey. R. Galba. P . Johnson. V. Lambeth. J. Lessman. J . Mack. J. Meyer. R. N:cholas. H . VanPool. J. Wright. R . Zvanut. C.

Brady. B. T . Flint. M . Harness. H . Justycky . F. Kisslinger, F. Maune. H . Muskopf. 0. Nevin. J . R. Po hl. R . Rose. A. Schaeffer, C. Schwaig. J . Shockley. G. Schowalter. K. Smith. V . A. Strickel, W. R. Suessdorf, F. Bruescke. H Barnett. H . Fritze. R . Key. E. Koeller. E. Kadera. W . Shaver. E. Graduate Students Boltz. D . Dean. W . Enderson. \V. Hill. E. Facult)• Members Dr. W . T. Schrenk Dr. F. H. Con rad Dr. T. G. Day Dr. C. J. Monroe K. K. Kershner C. R. Maise W. H. Webb W. E. Yates

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The student branch of the American Institute of Electrica l Engineers was organized on the M. S M . campus in March, 1925. The local chapter has grown steadily in the past 15 years and is now open for membership . to any Sophomore. Ju nior. or Senior taking Electrical EngiMering. The student o rganization presents a series of well planned programs of talks and discusstons at its meetings throughout the year. These programs are arranged primarily for the purpose of providing the members with an opporrunity for the devel o pment of qualities of self-expression and leadership. The officers of this year's student branch of the A. I. E. E. are : Chai rma n . Ruble Burns; Vice-C hairman. Leslie Payne: Secretary. Daniel Lynch; Treasurer. Alvin N. Reagan. Dr. J. Stuart Johnson is faculty adviser for the organization. A. I. E. E. MEMBERS SOPHOMORES Cherrick, L L. Fraser. W . C. Gogan. R. E. Gonski. A. f . Grimm. L. J . Gurnea. E. M. Hollander, R. W . James. R. Kehr, W. B. Kninel. V. E . Martin. K. W . Mitchell. J . L. Murney. W . B. Nelson. P. C. Pewitt. B. D. Sherman. K. I. Smith. H. B. Stevens. C. M . Thias. R. L. Townsend. W . Vogel. C. A . Walker. R. H. Weidle. B. E . Wilson. A. W . Zanzie. C. E.

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JUNIORS Adams. R. H. Benneuen. W . J . Blair. N D. Block . M. J . Boyd . W . r:. Burke. J R. E nochs. J . R. Finley. F. W . Kerr. J. W . Ktng. E. F. Kuecker L. A Lei~he r.

A P.

Lindberg. D. S. Lynch. D. S. McKee. J . B. Miller. R. F. Reagan. A. N. Schill. E. A Schwab. C. r Sexto n. R. M. Springer. J . J . Washburn. F L. Wiltlons. R. A.

SENIORS Alexander, W. C. Berglund. P. T. Burns. R. E. Carr. W. J. Collier. W. H. Donahue. J. B. Egy. J . H. Gund. R. A. Katz. H. M. Kind. C. G. Lee. L. Y . Metcalf. J. W. Patrick. J. M . Payne, L . M . Peters. E. H . Pinney. D. C. R~pke ,

R. P.

Schmid. H. B. Spafford. J. E. Sturgis. C. P. Weber. C. S. Weiner. M. White, C. C.


OFI· ICERS Prrsrdent -- • --------Vrct·Prtsrdmt ---- -- ------------- ----Scwetary ------------- ---------- _ __ A. L. KIDW£:.LL Treusurer H. C. H E INICKE ------------- ----- ----------

G. L. CHEDSI-Y C. G. ROSE

DR. H . T. MANN ---- -------- ___ -OR. H . A. BU EHLER ---------- ----

-

Facult y Atlurser

__ Outsrde Adviser

The student branch of the American Institute of Mining and M etallurgical E ngineers was established to unite the members of the mining and metallurgy departments in o rder that they might discuss current problems pretaining to their field. This is accomplished by bringing prominent speakers from the vario us fields before the group and by student talks on their summer positions and experiences. Valuable information is also obtained from the national society through the medium of their monthly journ al. MEMBERS J. C. Allen

R. E. Baker J. M . Barclay V . 0 . Buker M . V . Benedicto K. Bly R. E. Bradle A. W . Brune W. L. Burgess W. H . Burgin P. Q. Cha pman

C. F. Clarkson G. L. Chedsey C. Comeau V. N . Cox J . D. Deery P. A . Dennie B. A . Dennis J. S. Dodge J . H. Dunn

P. S. Elliott R. D. Elliott A. F. Fick R. A. Flescbner

S. P . Gayer A. G. Hacker H. C. Heinicke

R. E. Kelley T . W. Kelly A. L. Kidwell P . Kraii W . V. Kuster W. P. Leber R. W . McFarland B. H . Martin G. L. Mitsch E T . Myskowski W. L. Nesley Nick Nicola G. A. Parish C. H . Plenge

J. H. Pol hemus R. P. Powell

J . R . Prall

E. A. Rassi nier J. W . Rayl J . F. Reed R . P. Ridle y F. B. Rogers R . W . Roley C. G. Rose R . E. Schrader J. W . Shaffer F. M. Srewart W . M . Thayer R . L. Topper A. J. Tuclcer N. P Tucker M . C. Ullrich 0 C. Wade I!. R. Wampler

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OFFICERS

R. N.

L ORANCE ----W . C. A LSM EYI:R -----_ R. D. H ALL PROF. E. W. CARLETON H. C. B ECKMAN ------

C. A. AX _

Prestdent ------- -------·------------ ------- Vt ce-President ·------------ ------ Secy. -Treasurer ---- Farulty Adviser ------ ---··· __ _ Contart member -----------

------------ -------

Junt or ConJact member

T he American Society of C ivil Engineers of the Missouri School of Mines was organized with the aid of Professor J. B. Butler in 1923. T he purpose of the Societ y is to afford a mea ns by w hich the C ivil E ngineering students will be able to acquire a knowledge of their field wo rk from sources other than th e class room. M em bership is open to So phomores, Juniors. and Seniors enrolled in C ivil E ngineering. MEMBERS

,q~

So~

ol e"tdt C~~U

Alsmeyer. W. C Ambrose. G. Baumstark . W. A Bo urne. W. H. Boyd. R. K. Brooksh ire. R. Burgett. F. F. C utler. R. R. Danson. W . R. Davidson. F. Decke r. P . E. Dcr:o rest. W. R. DeValve. A. Dreste. J . P . Ferrell. J . 0 . G risham. M . C. Hall. C. E. llall , J . C.

Hall. R. D. Hall. R. D. Hanes. R.

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Hardine. K. L. Hork y. \V. F. !.add. H. \V. Livingston. K. 1·. Love. J . W . Lorance. R. N . McAnerney. J . M. Palmer. C. C Perry. E. L. Rueff. Ed. Rushing. J . F. Schaller, G. S melser. H . R. Stephens. J . W Stockton. H Strawbun. J . Taylo r. 0 . H. Tracy. P. D. Welch. J . F . Wilson. J . C . Song. B.


OFF IC ERS V . W. RI EKE ---------------------------------- President

S. S. BRA UN ----------------------------- V ice- President L. J . RI EGE ------------------------- -------- Secretar y R. A. VAUGHN -------------------------------- Treas urer DR. A . J . MILES - - --------------------- Honorary C hairman

The local branch of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers was founded in the spring of 1930 by Dr. Aaron J. Miles. The purpose of the association is to promote the art and science of mechanical engineering by acquainting the members with the practical and theoretical sides of engineering. Members are offered valuable experience in expressing themselves on technical topics by presentation of technical papers. Throughout the year. several speakers and alumni have appeared before the gro up and presented interesting talks on different aspects of the mechanical engineering field. M EMBE RS Adams, Wash. Andreae, A. A. Andresen, H. J. Bottcher, H. Boutin, S. R. Bradshaw, G . V .. Jr. Branham , J. S. Braun. S. S. Buck. W. E. Busch. W. F. Carmocv. B. Co moglio, R. J. Co pe. K. 0 . Fields, R . E. Fogarty, E. Fry~. L. B. Gebhardt. A. A. Gousberger. F. G . Griffeth. T .

Haas. A. G. Han yen . C. Hartleb. R. Helling. R. P Herzog. A. R. Johnson. E. B. Kitchin, W . Kleefisch . E. W . Lyons. J. Mitchell . R. K. Myrick. J. L. O lde. F. W . Olsen. J . Paulter. A. C. Puet%. W. Rhodes. R. G . Riege. L. J . Rieke. V . W. Ross. P. F.

Schoentbaler. R. Schum,ln . A. E. Smith. F. P. Smoot, Earl Sto hldrier, L. Strauman. C. E. Summers. A. J . Summers. R. F. Trautwein. E. Unger, V . E. Vaughn. R. E. Wagen, W. J . Wanenbarger. C. M . Wilder. H. L. W olpers, H. Wyatt. D. D. Zagara. J . L. Mo rris. C. T .

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The Student Council of the Missouri School of Mines was founded in 1937, its primary purpose being

to

provide a means of contact be-

tween the student body and the faculty. The Council consists of nine fraternity men -one from each fraternity- and nine Independents. Members are elecLed each spring by their respccLive organizatio ns. Regu lar meetings are held each month and special meetings are called when the occasion demands.

Brown

Dennie

Dowling

Farrell

Fick

f路 inley

Hupp

Lambeth

Markley

Olcott

Rieke

Schaller

Stewart

Tiede

Topper

Unger

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Wright

J. R. TILDE ---------- ---- - - - J. S . MARKLEY --------- -------

President \'rce-Presrdent

J. 0. fcRRELL ---------- - ___ Secrewrv- Treasurer


FRATERNIT IES M~mber

Fratcrnit':l

Sigma Nu Pi Kappa Alpha Triangle Lamdba Chi Alpha Sigma Pi Kappa Alpha Theta Kappa Phi Kappa Sigma Alpha Lamdba Tau

Alternate

Brown. G. Dennie. P . A Dowling. P. T. Ferrell, J . 0. Markley. J. S. McAnerney. J. M. Schaller. A. R. Unger. V. Wright. R.

Lambeth. J. Lies. \V. D. Dodge. J . S. Ellett. C. Allen. A. \V. Topper. R. L. Haas. A. G. Crecelius. D. Johnsto n. J .

INDEPENDE NTS Memb~rs

F ick. A . f-inley. F. \V, Olcott. E. L. Pohl. R. A. Ray!. J . \V. Rieke. V. \V. Stewart. F. M. Teide. J.P. Wampler, 11. R.

Alternate Nevtns. M . Cunningham. R. Leber. W. P. Kromka. E. R. Carroll . J . Kelly. T W. Alford. R. T . Andresen. H. J . Stockton G .

The Council in Session

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OENN!E

OFFICERS

r.

A. 01--NNII路

P. T.

DOWI lNG

----------------- Edttor-in-Chiff ------------- _

T. W. Kl路LI.Y W.

J.

W. J. Kn GOUR

Sports Editor

Adr;ertising Manag.er

LIES

CARR

Kll.CIOvR

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_

__ ----------- Humor Editor

\V. D. I II ' S DOWLING

---------- __ Managing Editor ---------- -

CARR

Business Manager


The ROLLAMO BOARD is composed of students from every branch of Miner Life, and for this reason the ROLLAMO is able to present a true cross section of campus life. In the spring the members are chosen who will edit the book for the following year and a plan is draw up whereby a true representa ~ tion of student life will be recorded. If emphasis is placed on any particular group it is the Seniors because of their natural tendency towards campus leadership. I t is our hope that you will enjoy this, the 1940 Rollamo, as much now as in the years to

STAn T. R

R. S \Vestwater

Alford

F W. Finley W F. H ork)' W . J. Lawler D. S. Lynch G. H. Moline W. F McConnell C. G. Schauble J A. Scbwaig R C. Silhavy

W. A. Baumstark

C. H Cotterill J. L. Kissack \V. C. Hartmann R. C. Owens l. M. Payne R P Ridle>' H C. Ste,•ens

come.

Alford Baumsr.Hk Cotterill Finley

Hartmann Horky Kissick Lawler

McConnell Moline Owens Payne

Ridle)' Schauble Schwaig Wesrwater

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B~ 1939-40

COWAN

OFFlCERS Editor-in-Chief

C. L. COWAN W . A. BAUMSTARK

----------- Bustness Manager

C. H. COli' J.RlLL ---------------- Managing Editor R. A. GUNO

--------------- Advertising Manager

A. L. K lDWI• LL _ __

---------

BAUMSTARK

EMI::RY

KIDWFl. L

GUND

PBge One Hundrtd Six

Circulation Manager


The Missouri Miner is a weekly publication whose aim is the complete coverage of all campus news and events that are of interest to the stu dents and to the faculty. Accounts of sports events, student organizatio n activities, social events and faculty news are regularly published. The paper is edited and distributed by a group of students who are selected on the basis of their dependabil ity and ability to do the various jobs for which they try ouc. Selection of new members is made by the board in an election in the spring of the year. Membershi p on the board is considered to be a very worthwhile achievemenc.

N EWS D E PT. W. J . Carr. Feature Editor G ENERAL Alford. T . R. Filey. F. W . Fox. J . H . Jensen. J. W. Lawler. W . J . Leslie. J . C. Lynch. D . S. Manin, K. W. Mitsch. G. L. Nicholas. H. Rushing. J . F. Schrader, R. E. Straub. A . E. Vaughn. R. E. Zanzic, C. E. SPORTS Emery. J . A .. Editor BennctSen . W . J . Payne. L. M. Stevens, C . M.

BUSINESS DE PT. Dowling. P. T . Egbert. R. H. Kilgo ur. W . J . McFarland. R. W . Miller. R. F. Owens. R. C. Paul. F. P. Srohldrier. K. S. \Vise. J . \V. ADVERTISI NG DE PT. Hoener, F. W. Jaffe. N. Loveridge. \V. L. Schwaig. J . A. Zagata. J . L. CIRCULATI ON DE PT. Dusza . J . T. Henning. M. M . Kell y. T . W. Musko ph. 0 . M . Pohl. R. A. Steele. E. W. Wattenbarger. C . M.

Alfo rd Bennersen Dowling Du75a Egbert F inley H oerner Jensen Kell y Kiesler Kil gour Lawler Leslie Loveridge McFarland Mitsch Nevins Nich olas Owens Payne Rushing Schrader Schwaig Stevens Straub Wattenbarger Wise Page Onr Hundred Seven


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Asher Orr

Davis Pohle

Hess

Hall Reed

Schult7

Straw hun

were under the g uidance of Mrs. W. T. Schren k,

McCaw Withouse

OrFICE RS

I n I 939 the co-eds of M. S. M. organiz ed for the first time in the history of the school. They

Hunter Wilson

VIRGINIA SCIIUL TZ

__ _ Prest dent

JANE HALL

Vrce President

MARif' DAVIS ______

Secretary -Treasurer

Dean of Women . and present faculty advisor for the Co-ed Club.

Busines s meeting s are held regular ly and social gatheri ngs are given at the homes of differe nt girls. An import ant feature of the club is a rifle team in which the girls take an acLive interest.

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MEMBE RS Naomi Asher Marjorie Aston Ruth Claridge Marie Davis Jane Hall Kathleen Ham1lton Lucille Hess Marjorie Hunter Goldie Jennings Anna Grace McCaw

!dell Orr Peggy Pohle Dorothy Reed Virginia Schult7 Mary !'ranees Straw hun Rosemar y Tea5d,1le E mily Wiese Mary Ruth Wilson Lorene Withous e


The non - fraternity men formed an organization in 19 3 5 known as the " Independents". The object as outlined in the constitution is to

OFFICERS

enable non -fraternity men to participate more fully in the socia l, athletic, a nd other activities on the campus. All non - fraternity men are eligible and become members upon payment of their annual dues. The Independen ts sponsor two dances each

President \'ret-President E. L. O LCOTI S ecretar!l T . W . K ELL \ F . M. STEWART ------------ Treasurer

v. w .

RI &KE ----------

---------------

BOARD OF CONTROL \V . C. Alsmcyer

R. E. Fields Ed Kromka

Keith Cook Gene Koeller R. K Rasmussen

year to which all students are invited. Many of the socia l and political leaders on the campus may be found among its ranks.

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March, 1938 a group of students at the Missouri School of Mines, feeling the need for more economical board. organized what was then known as the "Forum", the name later being changed to the "Shamrock Club." T he purposes of rhe organization arc to provide a high standard of living for its members at a minimum cost and to promote interest in school activities and in school work. Members are selected by the board of control on the basis of their need for keepi ng educational expenses at a minimum, and their prrsonality.

OFFICERS GENE OLCOTT

--------- --- Presidenl

FLOYD SMITH ------------------ ------- __ Secy.-Treasurer

BOARD OF CONTROL Fraizier Stewan Armin Fick Na1han Jaffe Bob Summers Bob Guilfoy

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Ambrose. George Bly. Kenneth Bottecher. Herman Bourchier. Paul Bradle. Ra ymond Bradshaw. George Burberry. Sidney Burndc. Joe Busch. Bill Brune. Art Clarkson . Charles Coon. Marvin Collier, Ben Couch. Robert Donahue. James Dunn. John Engle. Gordon Farnsworth. Joe Enochs. John Fick. Armin Fields. Bob Finley. Fred Frost. Quintin Grigsby. Harry Grimm. Leonard Guilfoy. Bob Hacker. Alden

Hardine, Kenneth Hartleb. Rob Harness, Hugh Heddell. James Jaffe. Nathan Judkins. Phillip Kelly. Tom Kind. Carl Koch. Charles Koeller. Gene Krill. F. Krill. Emil Lindberg. Don Lunday. Gayle Lynch, Dan Machmer. Fred Mac;k, James Marrin. Gene Manin. Kent Maupin. Mac McKee. Jack Mitchell. Jim Moeller. Calvin Mooney. Ken Morris. Charle~ Muskoph. Oscar

Nevin. Jack Nevin. Jim Nevins. Bob Nelson. Paul Nicola. Nick Olcott. Gene Olson. Jack Pingle. Marvin Pohl. Bob Reed. John Reag.-.n. Alvin Rasmussn . Rene Schrader. Ralph Smith. F. P . Smoot. Earl Stewart. Mac Srrickel. W . R. Summers. Allan Summers. Bob Thayer. Bill Ullrich. Melvin \Vagert. Warren \ \1alters. Charles Wattenbarger. Cris Weiner. Max Wygant. Kenneth Zan1ic. Charles

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The present Varsity Orchestra was organized three years ago and bas since functioned as a cooperative organization. This year the band has developed into a full swing combination with several talented soloists. The o rchestra is now very popular with the students. and has provided many enjoyable even ings of music during the year. It furnishes the accepted swing music for the school and fraternity dances. The rhythm section gives a solid gackground and a dependable nucleus upon which the band is built. Abe Johnson , the drummer, pounds out a steady beat as he starts the band . Each one of Abe's beats is matched by the full tone of. Seb Hertling路s bull fiddle. Eric Casey and Hank Groover groove along on piano and guitar respectively. The brass section is led by Nelson GaNun on first trumpet. Kenny Meyers and Jerry Higley share the hot choruses when not filling in on harmony. The smooth trombone solos which are p leasing to everyone are played by Chuck Faulkner. These four fellows mask the rhythm background with a unified, brass kick. A fine sax section adds the final refined touch to the band. The section is composed of James Katz and Mac Stewart on altos. Johnny Ritchie on tenor, and Bob Smith on "go" horn. Bob Smith selects the numbers which Rolf Roley sings in an easy flowing style. Put together, these boys have developed, by hard work. into a fine , well balanced band.

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Kamper Sch aller

Gu nd Owens

Kyle T h omes

Mackey Unger

OFFICERS __ Prtsidmt --------路 A. R. SCHALLFR -----------V~ce - Prtsident ----路 --------------------MACKEY O. H. _ Secretary ------- ----------------- --R .A. GUND Treasurer -------------------------H.G. KAMPER

The Interfraternit y Co uncil. composed of two men fro m each socia l fraternity on th e campus, has as its purpose the harmonization of the activities of the fraternities. T he council plans the social. rushing. an d athlet ic activities of t he fra terni ties. spo nsors the Interfraternity Ba ll and sets the d ates fo r the other f ratcrnity dances. FRATERNITY Alpha Lambda Tau Kappa Alpha Kappa Sigma Lambda Chi Alpha Pi Kappa Alpha Sigma Nu Sigma Pi Thet,\ Kappa Phi Triangle

SENIOR F. H. Kyle R. C. Owens V. E. Unger D. H. Mackey R. A. Gund D. E. Bradley T. M. Thomes A. R. Schaller H. G. Kamper

JUNIOR J K Johnston .J S. B anham N. D Blair \V. L. DeForrest D. L. Trisch C E. Jennings f. F. Burgm J. J. Dusza C . G . Schauble

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"'Ether路 Gas Demonstration Pennant Nights

Poor Prosh

E. E. Lab H3ppy Dads at game

Typing Rollamo Copy Between Classes

Gone Cavin' Field Trip White Monday

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Founded UNIVE RSIT Y OF VtRGINJA,

1868

A LPHA KAPPA CHAPTER

Founded November. 1905

OFFICERS W . J . CARR. JR.

------ ____ Presrdent

R M

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UNOLRWOOD

Vrce- PrPsrdmt

PAUL __ ----- ----------- SecretartJ KIDW ELL

------路 -------- Treasurer

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ALP HA

Jone~. Gun d. Egbert. Peters. Heiss. fop row, left to rzght: Halfhill . Mitsch. Carr. Dennie. Wes~ water. Underwoo d. Second row, left to right: Straub. Jackson. Mauhews . Hanna. Third row. left to right: Spafford. Silhavy. Ridley. Krueger. GaNun. 1\.icholas. n. Hammann . Isherwood . Eck . Kissack. tast row. left to rtght: Wcis. Lies. Blankensh ip. Paul. Kidwell. Bishop. Christense

MEMBER S Carr. W . J .. Jr. Dennie. P. A. Gund. R. A. Heiss. E. W. Kidwell , A . L. Mitsch. G. L. Peters. E. H . Ridley. R. P. Spafford, J. E.

Underwoo d. R . M. Egbert. R. H. Halfhill. S. L. Lies. W. D. Nicholas. H. S.lhavy. R. C. Trisch, D. L. Westwater . R. S. Bishop. J. K.

Blankensh ip. G. H .. Jr. Ga Nun. N.H. Hamman , E. E. Krueger. H. A. Paul. F. P. Christense n. D. N. Eck. R. A . Hanna. R . L. Weiss. C. J.

PLEDGE S Jones, E. F. Kissack. J. L.

Matthews . R. H . DeWitr. R. E. Isherwood , J. K.

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Fleischli, J. E. Glover. J.

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Founded UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS, 1907

MISSOURI MINES CHAPTER

Installed. 1927 Formerly Grubstakers Club

* OrriCERS C C

_ Prlstdent

PALI\.Il!R

0 H. FAL.KINGHAM

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Vte路e-President

P. T. DoWLING

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R. W. BURNETT

_

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Treasurer Secretary


Lawler. Sears. F.rst row, lfft to right: Dodge. Schauble. Maher. Davidson. Dowhng. Palmer. Blauvelt , Burnell. Second row, left to right : Watts. Stewart. berger, Hartmann. Gibbons. Last row, ll!ft to right : Mazzoni. Underhil l. Kelley , Kiesler. Kloeris. Kamper. Falkingham , Laden

MEMB ERS Burnett. R. W. Dowling, P. T. Gibbons. H. T. Kamper. H. G. Kell11y. R . E. Kiesler. A. J. Palmer. C. C. Scars. L. E. Stewa rt. R . S.

Da\·idson . F. R . Dodge, J. S. Falkingham . D. H . Hartmann. W. C. Schauble. C. G. Warts. F. E. Klocris. F. W . Ladenberger . C. C. Lawler. \V . J.

Johannes. E. G.

Underhill. R . N.

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Founded VINCENNES UNIVERSITY, 1897 A LPHA I OTA CHAPTER

Founded 1933

OFFICERS J E.

r. H .

RAKASKAS

--------------- Prtt;idtnt

WILSON _ ----------- V•ce-Prtsldtnt

W . K . KARTER --------------- Se<rttary

J S MARKLEY ---------------- Treasurer

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Walltam Butch Jostph bgat:a. R• chard \\'ca\'tr , \\'1lbur Karter, Top row. left to rrqht. Thurma n Thoml's . Edmund Kenneth Dacter, Rrchard Rhodes. Jack M.trldey .

Smothe r. Eugene Shaver. Allrn Bcnjam m We•dle. Jouph R.akatk .n Arthur 1 'A·ath:au' Alfrl'd ,\{r ddll' roiL, left to rrqht . Leroy All~:n. Hugh Walson Joames PrJII . T ox. rn Ch.arll's P.~uon , Robfn MtCallu m, Dec !.. Shum.Jc ber, J.aml'1 Bottom row. /pft to rrqht : Fred Burgett . F ul Washbu Wo~ll..u. Arthur son Thomp Carl Zo~gat.J John Anthon y Gonski.

Ml MB[ RC. Karter. W . K Markley , J.S. Ro~kasku. J E. Smothe rs. W . J . Tho mes, T. M . Twieha us A E Wilso n . F H . Allen, A . W .

Burgeu . F. I· Dieter. K. H Rhodes R G Roley. R. \V \Va~hburn . f L \Vuvtr R T Proall J R Butch E R . fox J H

Ad.1ms. J . T.

\1cC.JIIu m R H Parker. N . L . Stalder J. E

laaata . J. L C..onsh A. 1:. Weedl~:. B. E . \1elh. R . Schumo~chtr R I IKh•lling. J M Sh:a'·(r, Po~uon . C . 0

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Molin~? . Top row, ltft to r:ght: Harry A hi. Henry Skeen. Clayton. B cntley. David Mackey. Raymond Diwker. Gordon Walker. Richard Romine. CIJrkc llorJ..y. William ChJrlc~ tllm. Aves. William M1ddlr row. ldt to nghr: Gordon Beaty. James. Fcrrdl. George I o rt Everett Birch. Arthur Johnson. William Stevens Clarence Kilgour. Allen. Neal Lorance. Bo11om row. l•·lt to nght: \V•II•~ Bowm.1n . Burgh Burnett. John Lyons. George MacMurray. Morns Allen. John McNam.ua. Willi.lm M1tchell. R1chard Anderson. John W~her Dd·orcst.

MEMBERS fcrrell. J 0 f.ort . G. F HorJ..y. W. F. Kilgour. W. J. Lorance R N. Lyons J H. MacJ..ey D H. MacMurray . G. H . McNamar.1 . \V. J.

Allen J. C Andrews. J. A. Aves. W. L. Bentley. C. W. Btrch E.J . Bowman. v.:. 1: ~~ ·orcst W. R. Diettker. R G. Cliett. C. A .

Mttchell R K Moline. G . H Romine. E C. Ste\•cns. C. M. Walker. R. H. Ahl H C Burnett. B S Allen. M. [. Smith. H. B.

PLEDGI S John~on

Andrews. R

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Founded VIRGINIA MILITARY INSTITUTE

1869 GAMMA XI CHAPTER

Founded 1903

OFFICERS G UY BROWN

_____ ----------- Prestdent

R. W. M CFARLAND

------- Vice-President

W . L. LOVERI DGE

------------ Secretary

\V. A. BA UMSTARK

----------- Treasurer

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SICMA

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Top r ow, left to nght: Benitez Chapman. Bradley . Munroe. Lambeth. Wise. Brown. Baumstark . Reed . Park , Hoener.

Leake. Second row: Matthews. Brackbill. Dorsett. Jennings. Black. Anderson. Gardner. Loveridge.

Third row: Taylor. Kuster. Parish. Emery. McFarland. Melvin. Decry. Milton. Strickler. Munsch. McConnell. Priestley .

MEMBERS Anderson. W. R. Baumstark , W . A. Black. A. B. Brackbill. R. M. Bradley. D. E. Brown, Guy, Jr. Chapman. P. Q. Emery, J. A.

Farry. A. B. Gardner. J . W . Hoener. F. H. Jennings, C. E. Lambeth. J . R. Loveridge. W . L. McConnell. W . F. McFarland. R. W. Milton . 0.

Johnson. J. M. Melvin. R. l.

Munsch. J. P .. Jr.

Munroe. G. N. Parish. G. A. Reed . J. A. Jr. Smith. R. H . Taylor, 0. H. Wise. J . W . Ward. C. C. Werner. J. H.

PLEDGES Priestley. J. H . Strickler. H . 0.

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Founded UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA. ] 860 BETA CHI CHAPTER

Founded December, 1903

• I

Ofoi'ICERS A. WEBER ------ -----------

V. E.

UNGER __

D. G. CRECELIUS

C.

--------- Vice -President

----------- Secretary

NEWMAN ----------------- _ Treasurer

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KAPPA

SIGMA

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Top row. left to rrghr: Fred Fleschner. Arthur Weber. Richard Bracken. Raymond Cardosi, Huben Heniecke. Joseph Less· man. Donald Crecelius. Kelso Coale. Gilbert Naert. Victor Zoller. George Hawk. Alben Sindel. Middle row. left to right: Arthur Peterson. Otto Heinecke. Jacques Zoller. Clinton Newman. Norbert Hedtkamp. Jack Thompson. Vernon Unger. Neil Stueck. Robert Dowling. Hugh Clark. Bottom ro.u, left to right: Clyde Han yen. Norman Blair, Carlos. P lenge, Warren Heinecke. Jack Allgeyer. Her~rt Bruescbke, Clyde Krummel. Roy Fleschner. Washington Adams. Oscar Benavides. Edward Keller. Joseph Myrick.

MEMBERS Adams. W. Allgeyer. J.L. Benavides. 0. R. Blair. N . D. Bracken. R. C. Brueschke, H. P. Clark. H. M. Crecelius. D. G. Dowling. R. W .

Fleschner. F . G . Fleschner. R . A. Hanyen. C. K. Heinicke, H. C. Heinicke. W. 0 . Keller. E. C. Krummel. C. H. Lessman. J. L. Myrick. J. L. Newman. C.

Peterson , A. L. Plenge. C. H. Sindel. A. T. Stueck. C. N. Thompson. J. W . Unger. V. E. Weber. A. Zoller. J. W . Zoller, V . H.

PLEDGES Grady, William Hawk. G . W . Hedkamp, N. A .

Cardosi. R . C. Coale. H. K.

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Heinicke. 0 . F. Naert. G. A.

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Founded WASHINGTON~ LEE UNIVERSITY,

1865 BETA ALPHA CHAPTER

Installed 1903

OFFICERS A. A. C OCHRAN

President

J. W . METCALF

-------- -- Vice -President

J . M . MCANERNE Y --------- --

Secmary

R. l.

Treasurrr

TOPPER _ --------- ----

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KAPPA ALPHA

Frrst row, left to right: Metcalf. McGhee, Cochran. Topper, Schwab.

. Srcond r o w . left to right : Wyatt. Owens. Shapiro. Burnett, McAnerney , Kirkpatrick

MEMBERS Owens. R. C. Topper. R. L. Branham. J. S. Talen. J. G . Schwab. C. F.

Metcalf. J. W . Wolpers. H . M. Lambelet, L. E . McAnerney . J . M. Coc hran , A . A.

W yau. D. D. Kirkpatrick . J . W . McGhee. V. T. Burnett. L. F. f'ent z ke. A. D .

PLEDGES Koclmel. J . A.

Ritch. \V. T.

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Founded 0GLETIIORPE UNIVERSITY, 1916

PHr CHAPTER Founded 1935 Formerly the Bonanza Club

OH IC!:RS President

J. L. Hot t •MAN

F. K. KYLE: _ -------- _ R. C. WRJGIIl ---- __ ___

E. W . StiARP _

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Vice -Prrsident Secmary

------------- _ Treasurer

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ALPHA LAftBDA TAU

T op row. l t ll to rr qht 路 Henderso n. Link. Ho ffman . J o hnsto n. Peer \\'n gh1. Stcond row. Kyle Ru btn, 1 risscll. Do puch . Schweitze r.

Sb~rp.

' iedling. Key

ME MBERS Hoffman . J . L Niedling. I. M . Sharp. E. W . Kyle. r:. K.

Wright. R. C. J ohnston. J . K. \Vestervelt. J . A . Key. E. L.

Maye r. D . E. Schweitnr. R. E. f' ri~sell , D H. Kind. D.

PLEDGLS Peer. S. A. Hcnder~o n .

J . G.

Dopuch. D. Hathaway, R . I.

Gog.tn. R. E. Ro ux. P. X.

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Found ed LEI JIGH UNIVE RSITY , 1919

Mu CHAPT ER Found ed Novem ber, 1936

OFFICE RS A. R. H ERZOC. ------ -----路

R. S.

DORSEY

E. T . Run LE E. T . MYSKOWSKI

------ --

Pri'Sident Vice President

------ ------ Treasur er - - - - - - - - - - - - Secretory

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THETA KAPPA PHI

Top row. left to right: Mathews. Dorsey . Lieb. Tracy, Carmody. Muroey, Leisher. Haas. Second row, L. tc R.: Schaller. Myskowski. Axmacher, Rurtle.

Third row. L. to R.: Schwaig. Dusza . Cantanza ro, Beasley, Gimson. Larsen , Henne. H erzog.

M EMBERS He rzog. A. R. Schaller. A. R. Adams. R. H. Do rse y, R. S. Dusza. J. T. Haas. A. G.

Myskowski, E. T. G imson, W. H . Mathews, W. P. Runte. E. T. Schwaig. J. A.

Carmody, B. P. Leisher. A. P. Axmacher, G. W . Catanzaro, M. A. La rsen. G. Rauch. E. J.

PLEDGES Tracy, P. D.

K

Flanaga n, W . J.

Henne. W . P. Lieb. R. J.

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Bowman Hardine Dorsey D enni e Heinicke Kyle McFa rland McAnerney Loveridge Lorance Newman Owl?ns Stevens Rubin Rakaskas Payne Weaver

ST. PAT'S BOARD President P . A . Dennie _ Vice- President J . Raskaskas __ Treasurer L. M . Payne Secretary A. Rubin E. L. Olcott. f-i nan ce C h ai rman H . G. Kamper, Dance C hairma n R. N. Lorance Advertising C hai rman J . M . McA ncrncy Decorating C h,1irman R. W . McFarland Uti lity Chairman A. G. llaas. Activity Chairman H C. Heinicke Specialties Chairman M E MB E RS

f . K Kyle R. S Westwater W . C Bo wman K. L. Hardine H. C Stevens R . C. Owens \V. L. Loveridge Clinton Newman R . S. Dorsey D . Falkin gham Page On!' Hundred Thirty-four

Kamper Olcott Westwater

The St. Pat's Board was established on the School of Mines campus in 1930 to govern the arrangements of the biggest social event on the M.S.M. Calendar. The board is composed of 22 men , two from each fra ternity and four from the Independents, thus providing fo r a ruling body representative of every social o rga nizatio n o n the campus. They, as the board . have charge of all matters pertaining to the annual event known as St. Pats. During the past ten years. this organization has proven itself capable of doing a large amount of work and do ing it well.


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Of all the rousing stories formed from folk tales and legend , none is more soul inspiring, more emblematic and more fitting to the engineer than that concerning St. Patrick. Ever since this great man flunked his Calcu lus and failed to raise the necessary number of grade points for graduation. he has been the idol of every hard working engineer. He performed many deeds of engineering skill until today he is recognized by all as the Patron Saint of Engineers.

Each year, in memory of St. Pat, severa l days are set aside when the Miners discard their books, and studies are temporarily forgotten as customary merry making and the cordial greeting of friends reign o'er the campus.

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Bob Zurke, the ol' Tom Cat of the Keys

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Saint Patrick's Queen of Love and Beauty for 1940.

ROBERT DORSEY

Saint Patrick. 1940.

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Let's dance- Students ! l

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Came the morning of Thursday. the fourteenth of March, and the MiMrs looked forward to the three days of the thirty third annual Sr. Pat' s Celebration. Hundreds of beautiful young ladies from Rolla and scattered pans of the country were present to help the Engineers enjoy the occasion. The Independent organization inaugurated the festivities Thursday evening at Jackling Gymnasium with an informal dance from 9 to I Z: 30. Music fo r the dance was furnished by MSM's own Varsity Orchestra . The Interfraternity Council continued the dancing with Charlie Armstead and his orchestra which played inro the twilight hours. After a few welcome hours of sleep the Miners and their guests were found at the Ro lla depot waiting fo r the Engineer' s Patron Sainl. SL Patrick. He arrived at I :30 on rhe traditional handcar. and boarding his carriage he led a parade of floats entered by the vario us fraternities and the lndependenrs. The Pi Kappa Alpha Fraternity's float depi cting Sr. Patrick driving the snakes from Ireland. nosed o ut the o ther entries to rake home the large tro phy. The retmng Queen. Mary McGrac. tScorred by the St . Pat Board Pres.

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The parade terminated at the auditorium where St. Pat delivered his annual speech to a large assembly and knighted each member of the graduating class as Knight to St. Patrick.


THE CORONATION

• • • Th~ St. Pat's Board took ove r the celebration Friday night presenting Bob Zurke. the Tom Car of the keys. at the colorful Masquerade Ball. Ar I I :45 St. Pat's went on the air over stati on KMOX with Harry Fla nnary describing the picturesque proceedings and surroundings. Shortly after the beginning of the broadcast. th e music stopped as everyo ne knelt to pay homage to St. Pat who. in his flowing robes. was escorted into the hall by his guards a nd pages. The beautiful Maids of H onor for th e fraternities and Indepe nd ents were presented ro the patron sain t and then lovely Miss Rosema ry Sue Grumpier made her entrance amid the appla use of admiring spec tators to take her place beside St. Pat as his 1940 Queen of Love and Bea ut y. Fifteen minutes of Zurke's Delta Rythm completed the broadcast and the festivi tie~ con tinu ed into th~ early hours of rbe morning.

Saturday afternoon the Sigma No Fraternity entertained at their house wuh a Tea Dance which was enjoyed by the many couples who attended. After formal dinners and parties at many oi the fraternity houses the celebration proceeded once more to Jackling Gym nastUm for a final night of merry making with Bob Zurke and his Orchest ra again holding sway. Tbe occasion was the spectacular Formal Ball with gay formals. tuxedos and tails setting the style for the evening. Early Sunday morning the final strains of " So uthern Exposure" marked the end of another gala St Pat 's at the Missouri School of Mines.

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Campus fert1llzed. Boy! Constipate d elephants! Aves den1es mornoge reports. Arkansas punter kicks teammate and apologizes. Fire at Lambda Chi house. Lambda Chi's salvage a case of beer and a bottle opener. Tiede selects T1ede's Who's Who. Thanksgivi ng! Miners- -0, Washington U. -Lucky. Miners lose 1o W .C.T.U.'s water wagon brigade -Beli eve it or not. Miners fingerprinte d, but cribbing experts continue unscathed.

Blue Key elects four new member:.. No Pi Ko A's. "Pet ticoat Fever" presentatio n nears. "Petticoat Fever" fatal. C. A. A. pilots go aloft. Inquiring Reporter: "What good bond would you like to have for St. Pots." Mmer: " Oh, ore we having one this year?" Sigma Pi's move to W inters for the winter. "Missouri Miner" prints issued doted Wed. Dec. 1 5, following issue doted Wed. Dec. 20. Must hove been the backwash from the Russian "Five Year Pion." "Idle youth ore a danger to peace," says American Youth Commission . Military students crock books. Fo llowill, Pinney, and Tucker sprout wings. Nevins raffles off cor. Winner refuses cor. "Education superficial, " says Dr. Adler of U. Chicago. Miners agree. Christmas vocation.

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We also manufacture a representative line of School Diplomas in book form, and maintain a complete Bindery and Ruling deportment. Ask for samples and prices.

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New year, new month, new decode, some old grind. Identification cords at be given students. Miners can't be identlfed os students. Finals arrive. Profs give quizes. Grades come out. M iners go out. 17 seniors graduate. Others asked to leave. Bouchicr and the mystery of the disappearing Ag. ( ??l bead. Temperature drops to new low of recent years. Students hit new low for grade point overages. Second Semester boloney-"l'm really going to hit the books next year."

Grainger brings his wavy locks to M. S.M. Miners show extreme courtesy and sit through most of program. Sigma Nu's finish season undefeated to cop intramural bosl<etboll. "Missourt Miner" issues paper 1st poge Feb. 21, and 4 and 5 doted Feb. 14. Sholl we split the difference and blame it on leap year? St. Pot's Boord announces Bob Zurke as the bond for St. Pot's. Boord gives free program to soothe ruffled Miners. "Anchors Aweigh" sung for S.A.M.E. members by potrotic Miners. Propaganda sent out by the St. Pot's Boord dictators. Bob Zurkes O rchestra called "Bond of the year" by the St. Pots' Boord. Miners Blood test show 90% alcohol. "M" club planned importation of 110 Stephens' College girls, falls thru. " Ze'<e" Jenn•ngs breaks leg, but not bottle.

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University of Missouri ROLLA, MISSOURI

Offers Four-Year Collegiate Curricula Leading to the Bachelor of Science Degree in PETROLEUM REFINING

MINING GEOLOGY

CERAMIC ENGINEERING

MINING ENGINEERING PETROLEUM ENGINEERING

CHEMICAL ENGINEERING

CIVIL ENGINEERING METALLURGY GENERAL SCIENCE MECHANICAL ENGINEERING ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING

Graduate Courses Leadi.ng to the Degree of Master of Science Are Also Offered in These Curricula For Catalog and Other Information, Address

THE REGISTRAR

School of Mines and Metallurgy ROLLA, MISSOURI

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St. Pot arrives. "St. Pot" Dorsey dtshes out blarney. Flannery broadcasts description of Sigma Nu's underwear. Kamper, Kilgour, and Jennings et-ol. receive "special deliveries." St. Pots ends. Kamper, Kilgour, and Jennings found in "dead letter" office, moiled to the•r respective domiciles. March 18-31 Convalescence.

Miners yell for blood at the intramural boxing and wrestling matches. Faculty rated by students. "T•sh! Tish! Profs, no 'F' ra t ings allowed." Coeds sponsor leap year donee- wary Miners skip it. Finley elected Editor of the Miner-"hope he's learned how to spell." Miners box Warrensburg Mules' ears. R.O.T.C. inspection. Bud Stevens named St. Pot's boss. Interviewer: "What type of vocation ore you most interested." Senior: "Two weeks with pay."

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We're In The Red! Yes, we ' re definit ely in the Red and undoubted ly you ' ve sensed that fact by this time. We certain ly hope that our effort to paint the ROLLAMO with a little Scarlet meets with your approva l. Through out the year we oft en wondered if we weren ' t actuall y going to be in the Red, from the admoni tions of the Busines s Manage r, when he roared from across his desk, " It costs too much!" We hope we'll be in the Black . We , the 1940 Roll a mo Board, wish to extend our tha nks a nd appreci ation to Mr . Bruce Cowan and Mr. Owen Marsh of Pontiac Engravi ng Co . ; to Mr . J . C. Carpent er ( now decease d) a nd Mr. W. R. Schutze of Ca rpenter Press; to Cy Swatek of Kingspo rt Press; and to Roland Hell, photo grapher for Sid Whiting , for the generou s assista nce they have given us in editing and publish ing this book . Photogr aphs for this book were taken by R. P . Roepke, c. S . Weber, and H. L . Wilder . Now it ' s time to say, "We hope you like our ROLLAMO! " Sincere ly

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