LIBRARY UNIVERSITY OF MISSOURI-ROLLA ROLLA, MISSOURI 65401-0249
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a. M MINES F O . L SCHOO ' Ml I T Y OF S R E V UNI
We present to the student body a yearbook that we have endeavored to make more interesting and different from those of the past. We hope that the various changes and rearrangements will meet with your whole-hearted approval, and that you will enjoy pleasant reminiscences as you peruse its contents.
With wondrous eyes
they perceive A sbovel of earth upturned That chemistry and scientific knowledge Will not evade the student of this college.
He. like S ornson. su tt e re d w h e n his Jocks w e re greallY shorn; fo r th e Sophomore "DeUlabs" w e re not te n d e r In the efforts to deform.
• The Freshman is a beridden soul whose every action is held in opprobrium by all. His life is a hard and weary one, and dictatorial domination keeps him in constant fear of all but his lowly colleagues. So to this poor unfortunate fellow who has weaL'-lered the storm of mental and physical privation, we dedicate this book as a measure of solace and signification that nothing but memories remain of that fateful year.
COLLEGE ATHLETICS CAMPUS ACTIVITIES CAMPUS LIFE
Spring, winter or fall, a scenic vails for those of us who have time and view the natural beauty of the campus.
PARKER HA LL
MINE EXPERIMENT STATION
M. S. M. is a technical institution sponsored by the State of Missouri for the dissemination of technical information to all those who wish to utilize its educational facilities. It is one of the foremost engineering colleges in the country and prepares the student for the engineering problems encountered as he follows his designated profession.
Dr. Chedsey has ably directed the fortunes of the Missouri School of Mines and Metallurgy during the past four years. His guiding hand has been instrumental in the enlargement of M. S. M.'s educational facilities, and through his energetic endeavors we may feel certain that our college will remain one of the best engineering schools in the country.
Dr. Armsby' s association with the Missouri School of Mines has been one of the main factors in 1ts rapid grow'Jl and recognition. Due to his untiring efforts, the enrollment has increased steadily; and his sincere energy as a student adviser has earned him the respect of the student body.
The educational program of M. S. M. has been augmented through the ceaseless and invaluable service of the administrative body. The increased educational facilities and the progressive growth of the student body are significant examples of their notable work.
ARMSBY, H. H., B.S., C. E., Registrar, Student Advisor. BARLEY, J. W., A. B.. A.M .. Ph. D., Professor of English. BERTRAM, W. B.. LL. B.. Instructor in Military Science and Tactics. BLACK, C. H .. B. S., Professor of Drawing. BOYD, CLARK E., A. B., A. M., Instructor in English. BUTLER. J. B.• B.S. in C. E., B.S. in Educ, C. E.. M.S. in C. E., Professor of Civil Engineering . CHEDSEY, W. R., E. M., Dcctor of Engineering , Director. CLAYTON, C. Y.. B.S.. Mot. Engr., Professor of Met. Engr. and Ore Dressing. CLOUD, P. E.. B. S., Ph. D., Instructor In Geology. CONRAD, F. H.. B. S. in Chern. E., Ph. D., Associate Prof. o f Chern. Enqr. CRAWFORD, I. C., Jr., B. S. In C. E.. M. S. in C. E.. Instructor in Civil Engr. COLEMAN, J. R., B.S. in Pet. Engr.. Instructor in Pet. Engr. DAY. T. G ., B. A .. M. A., Ph. D.. Asst. Prof. of Organic Chemistry. DECKER, E. E.. B. S. in Mining, Instructor In Civil Engr. DENNIE. F. E., B.S., C. E.. Associate Professor of Mathematic s. DOLL, W., Lt.. Assistant Professor of MUitary Science. EIKELBERGER, W. R., A. B.. M.S., Instructcr in Mathematic s. ELLISON. S., A. B., M. A., Instructor In Geology. FARQUHARSON, D., Business Manager and Secretary of Executiva Committee. FEIND, E. E.. B.S.. M. D.. Student Health Director. FISHER. D. F.. B. S., M. S. in Mech. Enqr., Instructor in Mechanics. FORBES. C. R.. B. S., E. M., Professor of Mining. FRAME. F. H .. A. B.. E. E., Professor of Electrical Engineering . GEVECKER, V. A. C .• B.S., M.S., Instructor in Civil Engineering .
Barley Clayton Doll Forbes Guinnup
Bertram Conrad Eikelberger Frame Hanley
Black Crawford Ellison Gevecker Henderson
Farquharson Goodhue Herold
Bullman Decker Feind Gordon Hinsch
Butler Dennie Fisher Grawe Hubbard
GOODHUE. E. A., A. B.. B. S., M. S., Assistant Professor of Mathematics. GORDON, L. C., Lt. Col.. Professor of Military Science and Tactics. GRAWE, 0. R., A. B., M.S., Ph. D.. Associate Professor of Mineralogy. GUEST. C. B.• B.S., M.S .. Ph. D., Assistant Professor of English. GUINNUP. G. R., B. S. In Mech. Engr., M. S. in Mech. Engr., Instructor in Meehan· leal Engineering. HANLEY, H. R., B.S. in Mine Engr., Met. Engr.. Professor of Metallurgy. HENDERSON, C. E., Ceramic Engineer, Instructor in Ceramic Engineering. HENNING, 0. A., A. B., A. M., Professor of Modem Languages. HEROLD. P. G., 8. Cer. Engr., M. S., Ph D., Professor and Acting Head of Depart· partmenl.
HINSCH. V. B.. B. S .. E. M.. Professor of Mathematics. HUBBARD, N.. Assistant Registrar. JENSEN, W. ) .. A B.. A.M .. Associate Professor of Physics. JOHNSON, E. E.• 8. S. In C. E.• Instructor In ~athematics.
Jensen Lloyd Monroe Schrenk
Johnson, E. McClay Muilenburg Sease
Johnson, J. Moise Noble Thomas. C. Yates
Johnson, L. Mann Orten Thomas,W. Zeuch
Katz Miles Ranes Williams
JOHNSON, f. S., B. S. in Engr., M. S. in E. E., Ph. D., Assistant Professor in Elec· trical Engineering. JOHNSON, L. B., Sergeant, United States Army. KATZ. H. M.. B.S. in Mine Engr., Purchasing Agent. KERSHNER, K. K.• B.S., M. S.in Chern. Engr., Professor of Chemistry. KILPATRICK, A. V., B. S. in Mech. Engr., M. E.. Associate Professor of Meehan· leal Engineering. LEGSDIN, A., M.S., Associate Professor of Mineral Dressing. LLOYD, S. H., A. B., M.S .. Associate Professor of History and Psychology. McCLOY, R. W., B. S. in Mech. Engr., Instructor in Mechanical Engineerinq. MAINS, R. M., B. S. in C. E., M. S. in C. E.. Instructor In Mechanics. MA!SE, C. R., B. S. in Chern., B. S. in Educ., Instructor in Chemical Engr. MANN, C. V., B~S., C. E.• Professor of Engineering, Drawing, and Descriptive Geometry. MILES, A. J., B. S., M. S ., Sc. D., Associate Professor of Mechanical Engineering.
Kilpatrick Millar Rankin Woodman
MILLAR, C. )., B.S., M.S., Associate Professor of Biology. MONROE, C. J,, S. B., Ph. D., Associate Professor of Physical Chemistry. MORELAND, H. B., Capt.. B.S. (C. E.), Assistant Professor of Military Science and ' Tactics. MUILENBURG. G. A .. B. A., M. S .. E. M.. Ph. D., Professor of Geology. NAIDEN, ). R.. B. A., M. A.. Instructor in English. NOB~E. G. W., A. B.. B.S., M.S .. in Mine Engr., Sc. D. in Mine Engr., AssociatE> Professor of Petroleum Engineering. ORTEN, M. D.. A. B.. A. M., Professor of Economics. RANES, G. 0 .. B. S. in E. E., Associate Professor of Electrical Engineering RANKIN, R. M., B. A., M.A.. B.S. in C. E.• Associate Professor of Mathematics. SCHRENK. W. T.. B.S .. M.S .. Ph. D., Professor of Chemistry. SEASE. NADINE M., B.S.. M.S., Instructor in English. THOMAS. C. D.. A. M.. Ph. D., Assistant Professor of Physics. THOMAS. W. M.. B.S. In Educ., M. A., Instructor In English. WALSH, D. F., B. S. In Met., M. Sc., Assistant Professor of Metallurgy. WEBB. W. H.. B.S., M.S., Instructor in Chemical Engineering. WILLIAMS, R. Z., B. S. in Met., B. S. in C. E.. M S. in Mech. Engr., Associate Professor of Mechanics. WOODMAN, L. E.. A. B., A.M., Ph. D., Professor of Physics. YATES. E. W .. A. B.. B.S., M. S. in Chern. Engr., instructor in Chemical Engr. YOUNG, R. H., B. S. in Mach Engr., Associate Professor of Drawing and Descr!p· live Geometry ZEUCH, W. C., B. S. In C. E.. C. E.. Associate Professor of Enq!noer!ng, Drawing and Descriptive Geometry.
SENIOR OFFICERS President --------------------------
W. D. LIES
Vice-President ------------- __
Treasurer --------------- __ C. WATTENBARGER Secretary -------------------
After four memorable years of arduous though completely enjoyable studious endeavors, we have reached our goal and now must rearrange our activities to further our progress in our ambitious attempt to achieve the greater heights in professional life. Regretfully we pass on to the cold and demanding life of industry, but let us say that though we separate to the very corners of the earth, we shall always be together in our feeling that M. S. M. has given us that indefinable entity for which we shall always be grateful.
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ANDREAE BANES BLACK Page Twenty-four
ALLEN, A. BAKER, N. BECKER BLAIR
. ALLEN, L. BAKER. R. BEERS BOTTCHER
ALSMEYER BALMAT BENNETSEN BOURCHIER
Senio1·~ Springfield, Mo.
ADAMS, WASHINGTON. JR.
o/ 1941 BEERS. SEYMOUR JAMES
A. S. M. E., Kappa Sigma. Over~and, Mo. ALLEN, ALFRED WILLIAM Ceramic Engineering Sigma Pi, Vice-President, Pledge Master, S:udent Council. St. Pat"s Boord of Control. A. Cer. S., Vice-President. Tau Beta Pi.
Transfer student from Wisconsin Mining School of the University of Wisconsin. Electrical Enqineering
A. I. E. E., V!ce·Prosidcnt. Radio Club, Secretary. Miner Board, Managing Editor. Football. Student Asst. In Library and E. E. Dept. Tau Beta Pi. Engineers Club. Independents. Phi Kappa Phi.
Tennis Team. Alpha Phi Omega, 38, 39. President 40. A. I. M. E. S. A. M. E. Independents.
BEVERIDGE. THOMAS ROBINSON Somohank:, 111. Minim; Engineering
ALSMEYER. WILLIAM CARL
M.S. M. Band, 39-40. 40-41.
Tau Beta PI, Vlce·Pmsident. Blue Key. A. S. C. E. Vice-President, President. Student Council. Independent, Secretary. Engineers Club. Intramural Board. Ge neral Lectures Committee. Secretary Class '41. Overton, Mo. AMBROSE. GEORGE Civil Engineering A. S. C. E. Shamrock Club. Independents. ANDREAE. ANDREAS ARTHUR University City, Mo. Mechanical Engineering A. S. M. E. C. A. A. Flying. AVES, WILLIAM LEONARD
A. Car. S. BLACK. ANDREW BAXTER Kirkland Loke, Ont. Canada Metallurgical Engineering
Sigma Nu. A. S. M. BLAIR, NORMAN DEE
Kappa Sigma, Treos. 40. Interfraternity Council. Alpha Phi Omega. Mechanical Engineering
Shamrock Club. pendents.
A. S. M., President '41. Track. Boxing. Stu· dent Council Alternate. Intramural Athletic Council Swimming. Theta Tau. Shamrock Club.
Mining Geology Engineering
BOURNE, WILLIAM HUNT
St. Louis, Mo.
Miner Boord 39, 40. A. S. M. A. I. M. E. BECKER, VIRGIL OSCAR
A. I. M. E. Glider Club. Independents.
BANES, OTIS HENRY
A. S. M. E. Detonators. Inde-
BOURCHIER, PAUL JOSEPH
Aliance. Ohio BALMAT, ROBERT ESSEBE Metallurq/cal Engineering Sigma Nu.
P!ainfield, N. ].
BOTICHER, HERMAN FRANZ
BAKER, ROBERT ELl
University City, Mo.
BAKER. NORMAN NATHAN
BISHOP. LA VERNE ROGSDALE
A. I. E. E. A. I. M E. A. M. E. Lambda Chi Alpha. Alpha Phi (.)mega.
St. Louis, Mo.
BENNETSEN, WAYNE JOHN
St. Louis, Mo.
ALLEN. LEROY ETHAN
Mineral Point, Wis.
St. Louis, Mo.
S. A. M. E. A. M. S., Reporter. A. I. M. E. Detonators. Miner Boord. Photography Club, VicePresident.
A. S. C. E.
Senio1•J o/ 1941 BOWMAN, MARTIN EARNEY Ceramic Engineering
BUSUEGO, FERNANDO SANTIAGO Mining Engineering
Manila, P. I.
A. Cer. S.
St.louis, Mo. BOWMAN, WILLIS EARSEMAN Mechanical Engineering lambda Chi Alpha, Vice-Pres. '40-'41. St. Pat's Board, Decorating Chairman '40. Intramural Athletic CouncU '40-'41. Rolla, Mo. BOYT. EUGENE PHEMlSTER Mechanical Engineering Student Asst. '39-'40 library. S. A.M. E.• Treas· uror '39-'40. Detonators. Intramural Athletic Council. A. S. M. E. St. louis, Mo. BOYD. ROBERT K. Civil Engineering Track '37-'38. Varsity Track Team '40. Theta Tau. Student Asst., C. E. Department. Engi· nears Club. Flat, Mo. BROOKSHIRE, ROBERT RAYMOND Civil Engineering Student Asst., C. E. Department. S. A. M. E: Miner Board. Rollamo Board. A. S. C. E. Glider Club.
St. louis, Mo. BROWN, CLEMENT HECTOR Mechanical Engineering Engineers Club. A. S. M. E. BRUNE. ARTHUR WILLIAM St. louis, Mo. Mining Engineering Theta Tau, Corresponding Sec. '39, Vice-Regent '40. Photography Club, Custodian of Equip· mont '39-'40, President '40-'41. f... I. M. E., VicePresident '40-' 41. Blue Key. Tau Beta Pi. Decatur, Ill. BURGETI, FRED FRANK Civil Engineering Sigma Pi, Treas. '40 '41. lnlerlralernity Council. VIce-Pres. of Junio1 Closs. A. S. C. E. C. A. A; Training.
Camden, N.J. BUTCH, EDMUND RICHARD Chemical Engineering Alpha Phi Omega, Historian '38-'39, President '39-'40, Vice-Pres. '40-'41. Detonators '38-'41. Platoon Sgt. '39-'40, Second in Command '40-'41. Ira Remson '37-'41. Alpha Chi Sigma, Treas. '40-'41. Intramural Athletic Council. A. I. Ch. E. CARMODY, BRENDON PATRICK St. louis, Mo. M&ehanlcal Engineering Theta Kappa Phi. A. S. M. E. CLANCY. STEPHEN MARTIN Cooperstown, N. Y. Chemical Engineering CLARKSON, CHARLES FREDERICK Normandy, Mo. Petroleum Engineering Golf Team. Shamrock Club. 'M' Club, Treas. '40-'41. A. I. M. E. COCHRAN, ANDREW AARON West Plains, Mo. Chemical Engineering Alpha Phi Omega. Alpha Chi Sigma. Kappa Alpha, President '39. A. I. Ch. E., Sec. '39. Pres. '40. A. I. Ch. E. Sch">larshlp Award. Swimming Team '38-'40, Capt. '40. Interfrater· nlly Council. Wymore, Neb. CONNETI. ROBERT PAUL Mining Engineering A. I. M. E. Triangle. CORNEAU, CLIFFORD AUGUST Webster Groves, Mo. Chemical Engineering Theta Tau. Blue Key. Tau Bela Pi. 'M' Club, Vice-Pres. Football '37 '41. Track '37-'41. Engineers Club. Independents. A. I. Ch. E. St. louis, Mo. CRECELIUS, DONALD GEORGE Chemical Engineering Track '37-'38. Alpha Chi Sigma '38-'39-'40, Sec. '40. Detonators. Student Council '40. S. A.M. E. A. I. Ch. E. Ira Remsen. Kappa Sigma M. C. '39, Sec. '28. Flat River, Mo. COUCH, GEORGE ROBERT ChemkaJ Engineering Shamrock Cbb '39 '40. A. I. Ch. E. '39-'40. R. 0. T. C. Band '39 '40. Photography Club '40-'41. Alpha Chi Sigma.
BOWMAN.M . BROOKSHIRE
BOYD BROWN CARMODY CORNEAU Page Twenty seven
COUCH DANSON DIETIKER DUNN Paqe Twenty-eiqht
CRECELIUS DAVIDSON DODGE DUSZA
CROCKETT DECKER DORSEY EGBERT
CROSS DeFOREST DRESTE ELLETT
o/ 1941 Springfield, Mo.
CROCKE'IT. WILLIAM E.
Oak P-:xrk, ill.
ELLE'IT, CHARLES ADAMS Mlnln<J Engineering
A. Cer. S. President. Theta Tau Scribe. neers Club.
DANSON, WARREN ROBERT
Lambda Chi Alpha Treas. '38-'39. Blue Key. Rollamo. Miner Board of Control. Student Council Sec. and Treas. Freshman Class Sec. Junior Sec. Phi Kappa Phi. Book P.ate '38-'39.
DAVIDSON, FRED ROBERT Civll Engineering
Football. M. Club. A. S. C. E. S. A. M. E. Triangle. Tau Beta Pl. DELPOPOLO, SAMUEL THOMAS
Dunkirk, N. Y.
Granite City, Ill. ELLIOT, FLOYD ROLLAND Ceramic Engineering Shamrock Club '38-'39. Phi Kap;xt Phi Book Plate Award.
DEWITT, RUSSELL EDWIN
ELLIOTI, PAUL SIDNEY
Photography Club, Vice-Pres. '40. Detonators '38-'39-'40. S. A. M. E. VIce-Pres. '40. A. I. M. E. St. Louis, Mo.
EL'..IOTT, RICHARD DOWLING
A. S. C. E. PI Kappa Alpha.
DIETlKER, RAYMOND GEORGE Wood River, Mo.
Rifle Team '38 '39. A. I. M. E.
Rille Team '38-'40. Alpha.
A. I. Ch. E.
Lambda Chi Oakmont, Pa.
Student Council '40. Vice-Pres. A. I. M. E. Pres. '40. Triangle. DAMJANOVICH. MATHEW STEVE St. Louis, Mo. ,
DORSEY, ROBERT SCHULTE
Kansas City, Mo.
DODGE. JAMES SAYER JR.
Football '37-'41. M Club.
ENOCHS, JOHN RAYMOND
Curator Scholarship '37-'38. Tau Beta Pi. Shamrock Club. A. I. E. E. Radio Club. FALKlNGHAM, DONALD HERBERT Lexinglcn, Ill. Mlninq Engineering
St. Pat's Board. Triangle. A. I. M. E. C. A. A. Flying.
A. I. M. E. Everton, Mo.
FARRELL, EDWARD C. Mining Engineering
Jefferson City, Mo.
St. Pat's Boord '39-'40. Pres. of !r. Class. A. I. Ch. E. Theta Kappa Phi. DRESTE, JEROME PHILLIP
Alpha Phi Omega, Treasurer '38-'39, Secretary '39-'40, Alumni Secretary '40. Athletic Asst. '35. Enqinaers Club. A. S. C. E. Independents. Tau Beta Pi. Phi Kappa Ph!. Lowell, Mass. DUSZA, JOSEPH THADDEUS Ceramic Engineering Theta Kappa Phi, President '41. Interfraternity Council. Miner Board. A. Cer. S. Student Council. EGBERT, RANDLE HUDSON
FICK, ARMIN FREDERICK
St. Louis, Mo.
Student Council, Pres. '40-'41. Rifle Team '37-'41. Independents, Vice-Pres. '40. Theta Tau. Blue Key. Tau Beta Pl. Rollamo Miner Board of Control. General Lectures Committee. R. 0. T. C. Cadet Colonel. A. I. M. E. S. A.M. E. A. S.M. Shamrock Club. Boord of Control '38-'39. Class Vice-Pres. '39. Blue Key Award. Phi Kappa Phi. Phi Kapra Phi Book P:ate Award.
St Louis, Mo.
Pi Kappa Alpha. House Manager '40, Vice-Pres. '41. Miner Board, Business Manager '41. A. S.C. E.
Senio1路~ o/1941 St. Louis, Mo.
FIELDS. ROBERT EDWARD
Rifle Team '39-'40-'41. A. S.M. E. Sec. S. A.M. E. Sec. '41. Theta Tau. Blue Key. Shamrock Club. lndependsnts. Lamar, Mo. FINLEY, FRED WILLIAM Electrical Engineering Curators' Scholarship, S. A. M. E. A. I. E. E. Tau Beta Pl. Phi Kappa Phi. Miner路Rollamo Board of Control. Student Council. Miner Board. Editor-In-Chief. '40. Rollamo Board '39, '40. Rifle Team '38, '39. '40. "M" '39. Rifle Club, Secretory-Treasurer. Detonators '38, '39, '40. Board of Control '40. Independents. Shamrock Club. Blue Key. C. A. A. FRANCIS, MERRm MOLINE Honeye Falls, N. Y. Chemical Engineering
A. S. C. E. De pl.
Student Asst. Civil
Cape Girardeau, Mo. HAAS, ALVIN GABRIEL Mechanical Engineering Theta Kappa Phi. Student Council. A. S. M. E. St. Louis, Mo.
HACKER. ALDEN GERICK
Shamrock Club. A. S. M., Vice-Pres. '40-'41. Intramural Athletic Council. A. !. M. M. E. Theta Tau. Pres. '39. Student Council. S. A. M. E., Pres. '41. Tau Beta Pl. Phi Kappa Phi. Inde路 pendent, Treas. '41. Rollamo-Miner Board of Control. St. Louis, Mo.
HALL. JANE CHARLOTIE Civil Engineering
Alpha Chi Sigma '37, '40. S. A.M. E. St. Louis, Mo.
GALBA, PAUL JOSEPH
GRISHAM, MARVIN C.
Chemical Engineering A. I. Ch. E. '39-'40.
Photography Club '41. Miner Board. A. S.C. E. Alpha Psi Omega, Sec.-Treas. '40-'41. Pi Delta Chi, Pres. 路 41. HANYEN.
GARDNER, JOHN WILLIS
A. S. M. E. Kappa Sigma.
A. I. M. E.
GAYER. SIEGMUND THEODORE Plain Field. N.Y. Mining Engineering
HARDINE, KENNETH LAVERNE
Shamrock Club. Theta Tau, Pres. '41. A. S.C. E. St. Pat's Board, Financial Chairman '41.
GEBHARDT, ADOLPH ARMOR Crystal City, Mo.
Crystal City, Mo. HEDDELL, JAMES VINCENT Ceramic Engineering Shamrock Club. R. 0. T. C. Band. C. A. A:
Missouri Academy of Science. Club Pres. Geology Club. Mechanical Engineering
A.S. M. E. Bronx, N.Y.
GIBBONS, HOWARD THOMAS Metallurgical Engineering
Trlangle, A. S. M. C. A. A. '36-'38.
GORDON, ESKRIDGE REED
HENDERSON, JAMES GEORGE Chihuahua, Mex. Mining Engineering
Alpha Lambda Tau. Tennis Team. A. I. M. E. HENNING. MICHAEL MAKEY
Miner Board, Circulation Mqr. '41. Independent, Soc.-Treas. A. S.M. A. I. M. E. HERSHKOWITZ, LEON
HOENER, FRED HENRY
Webster Groves, Mo.
Sigma Nu, Treas. '10-'41. Miner Board. A. S. M.
ELLIOTT, F. FARRELL GAYER GRISHAM
ELLIOTT. P. FICK GEBHARDT HAAS
ENOCHS FIELDS GIBBONS HACKER
FALKINGHAM FINLEY GORDON HALL, A. Page Thirty-one
HALL. J. HENNING JAMES KILGOUR Page Thirty-two
HANYEN HOENER JENNINGS KING
HARDINE HUMPHREY KATZ KOCH
JAFFE KERR KRILL
Senio1 •:1 o/ 1941 Lebanon, Mo. KING, ERNEST FREDERICK Electrical Engineering A. I. E. E. Radio Ch.:b.
St Louis, Mo.
HOLLAND, EDWARD FRANCIS Civil Engineering
S. A. M. E. A. S. C. E. Benld, Ill.
HOMYK, ANTHONY. JR. A. S. C. E.
Chemical Engineering Shamrock Club. A. I. Ch. E., Vice-Pres. Miner
HORKY, WILLIAM FRANK
East St Louis, Ill.
Lambda Chi Alpha. Alpha Phi Omega. Rolla· mo Board. A. S.C. E. Rolla, Mo.
HUMPHREY. JOHN RICHARD Ceramic Enqineering
St. Louis, Mo.
Shamrock Club. Theta Tau, Marshall. S. A. M. E. Miner Board. A. S. M. Independents. Rol· lamo-Miner Board of Control. StLouis, Mo.
JAMES, HENRY THTXTON
Board. Student Asst. '39 '41. Student Council Alternate. Rollamo-Miner Board of Control. Independent. Tau Beta Pi.
JENNINGS, CECIL EDGAR
Rolla, Mo. JENSEN, JAMES WILLIAM Science Alpha Psi Omega, Director. Miner Board. S. A. M. E. Detonators '39. St. Louis, Mo.
Photography Club. Carthage, Mo.
KYLE: FRANK KENNETH
Alpha Lambda Tau St. Pat's Board. LAMBETH, JENNINGS RENICK
Bois D'Arc, Mo.
Sigma Nu, V~cs-Pres. '40· 41. A. I. Ch. E. Student Council. S. A. M E. Alpha Chi Sigma. LAMBERT, CHRIS ALFORD
St. Louts, Mo.
Shamrock Club. Rolla, Mo.
M. S. M. Band. Prusident Varsity Orchestra. A. I. M. E. KERR, JAMES WILLIAM
Sigma Nu. Inter-Fraternity Council, Sec. '40-'41. Treasurer. Junior Class.
KATZ, JAMES ROWEL
KUEKER, LOUIS AUGUST
JOHNSON, JEAN RUSSELL
A. S. M . E.
St. Louis, Mo. KRILL, KARL EMIL Ceramic Enqineerlnq Shamroclt Club. A. Ger. S.
A. I. E. E.
Theta Tau. A. I. M. E. Engineers Club.
St. Louis, Mo.
KOERNER, NELSON ARTHUR 'M' Club. Engineers Club. ball, '38-'40.
A. S. Ger. E. Theta Tau. JAFFE, NATHAN DAVID
St. Louis, Mo.
KOCH, CHARLES OTTO
LESSMAN, JOSEPH LEE
Kappa Sigma. A. S. M. Ira Remsen. E: Student Asst.
Bowling Green, Mo.
A. I. E. E. Detonators '38. KILGOUR, WILLIAM JOHN Niagara Falls, N. Y. Mining Geology Lambda Chi Alpha. Miner Board. Rollamo Board, Business Mqr. Intramural Athletic Council. A. I. M. E.
A. I. Ch.
LIES, WILLIAM DONALD
MACK, JAMES 0.
Pi Kappa Alpha, Vice-Pres. '40-'41. Theta Tau. Blue Key, Vice-Pres. Tau Beta Pl. Rollamo, Humor Editor '40, Editor '4.1. Intramural Board o f Control '40-'41. Rollamo·Miner Board of Con· trol '40-'41. General Lectures Committee '4.0-'41. Student Council Alternate '39-'40. Student Coun· cil '40-'41. President of Senior Class. A. S. M LIVINGSTON, KERMIT F.
Kansas City, Mo.
Independent. Shamrock Club. Ira Remsen So· ciety. A. I. Ch. E. Alpha Chi Siqmo. RiOe Team, '39 '40. MEN1"Z, FRANK H
St. Louis, Mo.
Independent. Engineer's Club. sistant '37-'38. A. S. M. E.
N. Y. A. As·
Independent. A. S. C. E. Student Asst. LOVERIDGE, WARREN L.
MEYER, ROBERT H.
St. Louis, Mo.
A. I. Ch. E.
Siqma Nu, Pres. '40-'4.1, Sec. '39. Miner Boord. St. Pot's Board. A. S. M. LYNCH, DANIELS.
MI!.LER, ROBERT F. Miner Board. SigmaNu.
St. Louis, Mo.
Radio Club, Secretary·Treasurer '40, Pres. '41. Shamrock Club. Varsity Track '38.'39. Inde· pendent. Miner Boord. Rollamo Board. 'M' Club. A. I. E. E. Treas. '40. McANERNEY. JOHN M. St. Joseph, Mo. Civil Engineering Kappa Alpha, Secretory '40, Vice President '41. Student Council Alternate '38.'39. Student Coun. cil '39 '40. Rifle Team, President '40. S. A.M. E. Theta Tau. A. S.C. E. St. Pats Board, '40. McCONNELL, WILLIAM F.
Sigma Nu. Rollamo Boord. MciNDOO, WILLIAM F.
McKEE, JACK B.
R. 0. T. C. Band.
A. I. E. E.
MORRlS, WILLIAM I.
MYSKOWSKI, EDWIN T. Lowell, Moss. Meta/lurgical Engineering Theta Kappa Phi, Secretary '40.'41. A. I. M. E. A. S.M. NESLEY, WILLIAM L. St. Louis, Mo. Mining Engin-ering Independent Board of Control '3;:'! '40. N. Y. A. Assistant Mining Dept. '37.'38. '28.'39. Trees· urer Closs of '41, '38-'39. Shamrock Club. Stu· dent Council Alternate '39-'40. Varsity Basket· ball "M" '40. A. I. M. E. "M" Cluh. Secy. A. I. M. E. Secy. "M" Club. C. A. A.
Webster Groves, Mo.
Independent. Radio Club. Shamrock Club. Var sity Tennis "M" '40. S. A. M. E., Treasurer '40. A. I. E. E. "M" Club.
NEVINS, MARVIN E. JR.
Independent. N. Y. A. Assistant Physical Edu· cation Dept. '37.'38, '38-'39. Shamrock Club. Student Council Alternate '39.'40. "M" Club. President '40. Miner Board. Rollomo Beard. Varsity Football "M" '38, '39, '40. Varsity Golf '40. NEWMAN. CLINTON Morris, Ill. Metallurgical Engineering Kappa Sigma, Master of Ceremonies '39, Treas· urer '40, President '41. St. Pat's Beard, Treos· urer '41. A. S.M. A. I. M. M. E.
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PI Kappa Alpha. Sec. '39, Tr:Jas. '40, Pres. '41. Curator Scholarship '38. Miner Board, ManagIng Editor News Dept. '41. Student Assistant English Dept. '40, '39. Alpha Chi Sigma, Reporter '40. A. I. Ch. E. Tau Beta Pi. Blue Key, Sec路Treas.. '40.' 41. St. Louis, Mo.
Independent . Shamrock Club. Varsity Football "M" '38, '39, '40. Student Assistant Physical Education Dept. '38-'39, '39-'40. "M" Club, Treasurer '41. A. I. M. E. Springfield, Mo.
OLSEN. JACK E.
A. S. M. E. A.A.
Independen t. C. Tampa, Fla.
OWENS. ROLAND C.
Kappa Alpha. Treasurer '39. Miner Board. Rollamo Board. Detonators. St. Pat's Board, Secretary '41. Interfraterni ty Council '39-'40. C. A. A. A. S.M.
REAGAN, ALVIN NOEL
Independen t. Shamrock Club. Rcdlo Club, Vice-Preside nt '38-'39, '39-'40. Student Assistant E. E. Dept. '39-'40, '40-'41. A. I. E E., Secretary '39-'40, Chairman '40 '41 Trustee Radio Station '39, '40, '4 I. Pickneyville , Ill.
RHODES. RICHARD GOIN
Sigma Pi. A. S. M. E. S. A. M. E. ROGERS, FRANKLIN B.
Richmond Heights, Mo.
Independen t. Engineer's Club. Student Assistant Physical Education Dept. '37-'38. '18-'39. Fool路 ball "M' '38, '39, '40. "M" Club. A. I. M. E. A. S.M. Rolla, Mo.
ROLEY, ROLF WIGHT
Mining Engineering Sigma Pi. Glee Club '35. '35.
A. I. M. E. Football
Kirkwood, Mo. ROUX. JAMES R. Metallurgic al Engineering Sigma Nu. Football '36. St. Pat's Board, "38-'39, Utility Chairman. ROYER. RUSSELL ALAN A. S.M.
Civil Engineering Union, Mo.
PAUTLER. ANTHONY C.
A. S. M. E. Alpha Phi Oroeqa. PINGEL, MARVIN E.
Arlington Heights, Ill.
Ceramic Engineering Independen t. Shamrock Club. Student Assistant Ceramic Dept. '38-'39. Detonators. Tau Beta Pi, Secretary '41. Blue Key. Theta Tau, Treasurer '41. A. Cer. S. Vice President Senior Class '41. PUETZ, WILLIAM M.
St. Louis, Mo. SCHERIFF, MICHAEL ALOYSIUS Mining Engineering Student Assistant Mining Dept. '37-'41.
SCHAUBLE, CARLYLE GEORGE Coytesvllle, N. Petroleum Engineering Triangle, Treasurer '41. Steward '40. Interfraternity Council, President '41. Rollamo Board. SCHILL, EUGENE ARTHUR
Curator Scholarship '38. Student Assistant Civil Dept. '38-'39. A. S. M. E. S. A. M. E. Tau Beta Pl. RESSINIER. EDGAR A.
Mining Engineering A. I. M. E. Alpha Psi Omega. Student Assistant Library '39-'41.
St. Louis, Mo.
?ACE. GEORGE M.
St. Louis, Mo.
Independen t. Shamrock Club. R!Oe Team. De路 tonators '39, '40, '41. S. A. M. E. A. I. E. E:
o/1 94 1 SCHOENTHALER, ROBERT
University City, Mo.
Mechan ical Enginee ring
SMOOT. EAR!.. L.
Shamro ck Club. A. S. M. E.. Vice-Pres., '40. Tau Beta Pi. Phi Kappa Phi. lndep< •ndents.
SCHWAB, CARL F.
St. Joseph, Mo.
Electrica l Enginee ring
SPRlNGER, JAMES J.
Kappa Alpha '39-'40. C. A. A.
SELL, ERNEST C. Colfax, Wis. Mining Enqinee ring Transfe r Wiscons in School of Mines. A. I. M. E.
A. I. E. E. STElMKE. FRANK C Ceramic Enginee ring
Alpha Phi Omega Dept., '38-'39.
Mining Enginee ring
STEW ART, DAN R
Civil Enginee ring
Mechan icol Enginee ring
Shamroc k Club, Pres. '40. Indepen dents, SI'>Creretary-T reasurer '39. N. Y. A. Asst. Student Asst., C. E., '39-'40, Chemist ry '38-'39. Detonators. Glider Club. A. S. M. E: S. A. M. E. C. A. A.
Sedalia , Mo.
Student Council '38 '39 '40. N. Y. A. Asst. '37'38. Enginee rs' Club. Varsity Football '39. "M" Club. Theta Tau. A. S. C. E., Secreto ry· Treasur er.
SHERMAN, WILBERT New Richmond, Wis. Mining Enginee ring Transfe r Wiscons in School of Mines. A. I. M. E.
SMITH, FLOYD P.
STOCKTON, HERBERT R.
SILHAVY, ROBERT C. Overlan d, Mo. Ceramic Enginee ring N. Y. A. Asst., '37-'38. Varsity Tennis, '40. Pi Kappa Alpha. Detonators. Rollamo Boord. S. A.M. E.
Sedalia , Mo.
Blue Key, Alumni Secreta ry '40. Theta Tau. Y. A. Asst. '38-'39. Enginee rs' Club. St. Pats Boord, '40, Pres. '41. A. I. M. M. E. Student Asst .. '40-'41
Kenosha , Wis.
Transfe r Wiscons in School of Mines.
N. Y. A. Asst. Ceramic s
Mining Enginee r
Electrica l Enginee ring
N. Y. A. Asst., '37-'38. Enginee rs' Club. Tau Beta Pi, Pres. '40. A. I. E. E. Varsity Golf, '40. S. A. M. E., Secretor y '39-'40. Student Assistan t C. E., '38-'40. Board of Control. Phi Kappa Phi.
Overlan d, Mo.
STEVENS, HARVEY C.
University City, Mo.
SHANKLAND, JOHN H.
Kansas City, Mo.
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SCHWEITZER. ROBERT E. Chicago , Ill. Mechon ical Enqinee dnq Alpha Lambda Tau. A. S. M. E., R'3Qent '40.
SEXTON, ROBERT M.
Mechan ical Enginee ring
A.S. M. E.
STOHLDRIER, L. ).
Webste r Groves, Mo.
Mechan ical Enginee ring Miner Boord. A. S. M. E.
STRAWHUN. JOE 0. Rolla, Mo. Civil Enginee ring "M" Club. Varsity Football '37-'38-'39 '40. Varsity Basketb all '36 '37-'40. Varsity Track '37-'38· '39 '40. lndepen donts Boord of Control '38. Engineers' Club. Student Asst., Physico ! Ed. '39. A.S.C. E. SUMMERS, ALLAN }. Mechan ical Enginee ring
Rollamo Board. Miner Board. Shamro ck Club. Gilder Club, Pres. '39. A. S. M. E., Pres. 40. S. A. M. E. C. A. A. Tau Beta Pi. Phi Kappa Phi. TAYLOR. OTIS
Herrin, Ill. Civil Enginee ring Vorsily Football '36-'37-'38-'39. Varsity Track '38 '39-'40. "M" Club. A. S.C. E. Siqma Nu.
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o/1941 Ottawa, Kan. TOPPER, ROBERT L. Mining Engineering Kappa Alpha, Treas. '39, Pres. '40. S. A.M. E. A. I. M. E. Student Council. Decatur, Ill. TRISCH, DONALD L. Civil Engineering Pi Kappa Alpha, Pres. '40. Golf Team '37-'38. Theta Tau. Intrafraternity Council. A. S. C. E. Lamar, Mo. VAN POOL. JOE Chemical Engineering Engineers' Club. A. I. Ch. E. Varsity Track '39-'40. "M" Club. Rifle Team and Club. Dawn, Mo. VAUGHN, RAY E. Mechanical Engineering Miner Board '37-'38-'39. A. S. M. E., Treas. '39'40. Secretary Mechanical Engineering Dept., '38-'39-'40. Engineers' Club. Student Assistant. St. Louis, Mo. VOU. HERBERT ADAM Chemicalf:ngineering Curator Scholarship '36-'37. Tennis '36-'37. Alpha Chi Sigma. Engineers Club. Board of Control '37-'38. Shamrock Club. S. A. M. E. Mascot, Tenn. WAMPLER, HAROLD RAY Metaliurgical Engineering Engineers Club, Manager '39-'40, President '40路 '41. Board of Control '38-'39. M. S. M. Band '37-'38. Student Council '39-'40. Basketball. Varsity Letter '37-'38, '38-'39, '39-'40, '40-'41. Captain '40-'41. "M" Club, Secretary '39, President '40. Blue Key, President '40. Theta Tau, Inner Guard '40. Tau Beta Pi. S. A. M. E. A. I. M. E. A. S. M. Independent, President '40. Intramural Board of Control. Westfield, N. j. WASHBURN, EARL LEROY Electrical Engineering Sigma Pl. A. I. E. E. Detonators, Commander '40-'41. S. A.M. E.
Springfield, Mo. WEAVER, RICHARD TALBOT Mechanical Engineering Sigma Pl. St. Pat's Board. St. Louis, Mo. WEBER, CHARLES SHEARIN Electrical Engineering Radio Club '36-'38. A. I. E. E. Photography Club, Custodian of Equipment '37-'38, Vice-Pres., '38-'40. St. Louis, Mo. WEINER, MAXWELL CHARLES Electrical Engineering Shamrock Club. C. A. A. A. I. E. E. Independent. WESTWATER, ROBERT STUART Kansas City, Mo. Metoliurgical Engineering PI Kappa Alpha. Rollamo Board, Managing EdItor '4U-'41. St. Pal's Board, Vice-Pres. '40-'41. Varsity Golf. A. S. M. St. Pat's Board of Control. Platteville, Wis. WINK, JOSEPH GILES Mining Engineering Independent. A. I. M. E. WINKLE, ROBERT FREDERICK Richmond Heights, Mo. Mining Engineering A. I. M. M. E. Milwaukee, Wis. WISCHOFF. CHARLES Mining Engineering Carthage, Mo. WRIGHT, ROBERT CURTIS Chemical Engineering Alpha Lambda Tau, Sec. '39, Vice-Pres. '40-'41. Student Council '39.'40. A. I. Ch. E. Alpha Chi Sigma. St. Joseph, Mo. WYATT. DEMARQUES DALE Mechanical Engineering Kappa Alpha. A. S. M. E. St. Louis, Mo. ZV ANUT. CARL MARTIN Chemical Engineering Engineers Club. Tau Beta Pl. Phi Kappa Phi. Alpha Chi Sigma. Vice-Pres. Independent. Student Asst. Library.
Lamar, Mo. WATTENBARGER, CHRIS MYATT Mechanical Engineering Miner Board, Circulation Manager '40-'41. Shamrock Club. Glider Club '39-'41. Football '38. A. S. M. E., Treasurer. S. A. M. E., Second VicePres. '39.' 40. Blue Key, Corresponcling Secy. '40'41. Treasurer of Class '41. Blue Key Award of scholarship and activities. Independent.
ADLER. A. G. ALLEN, J. C. ALTMAN, W. ANDERSON, K. F. AUSTIN, J. C. AXMACHER. G. W.
Monroe, Ind. Lewiston, N. Y. Kansas City, Mo. Cuba, Mo. Calcium, N.Y. St. Louis, Mo.
BEARD, M. W. Poplar Bluff. Mo. BIRCH, E. J. Sterling, Ill. BLACK, C. S. Pekin, Ill. BLANKENSHIP, G. H.. Jr. Centralia, Ill. BLOCK, M. }. St Louis, Mo. BOLZ, L. H. St. Joseph, Mo. BRACKBILL, R. M. Webster Groves, Mo. BRADSHAW. G. V.• Jr. Volley Park, Mo. BRADY, B. T. Kirkwood, Mo. BRJELMAIER. P. A. St. Loujs, Mo. BRINKMAN. J. E. Washington, Mo. BROCKMAN, G. C. Kansas City, Mo. BROUK, R. H. St. Louis, Mo. BROWN, W. H. Overland, Mo. BRUCE, B. G. Kansas City, Mo. BRUESCHKE, H. P. St. Louis, Mo. BUCKNER, H. W. University City, Mo. BURBERRY. R. S. Albany, N. Y. BUSCH. W. D. Richmond Heights, Mo. BUTLER, R. W. Boston, Mass.
CADWELL, W. CARMACK, R. H. CARROLL. J, V. CASTLEMAN, J. H. CHERNOFF, E. CHERRICK, I. L. CLAASEN, E. J. CLARK, H. M. COMOGLIO. R. J. CONARY, E. C. COOK, A. K. CROOKSTON. f. CUNNINGHAM, R. CUTLER, R. R.
Poplar Bluff, Mo. St. Louis, Mo. St. Louis, Mo. St. Louis, Mo. Kansas City, Mo. St. Louis, Mo. St. Joseph, Mo. Liberty, Mo. Benld, Ill. St. Louis, Mo. University City, Mo. Benld, Ill. St. Louis, Mo. Washington, Mo.
DAHM, G. P. DAVIS, F. M. (Miss) DA VlS, 0. L.. Jr. DAWSON, L. G. DECKER, P. E. DeFOREST. W. R. DeVALVE, A. S. DOELL!NG, W. E. DUNHAM, R. M. DURPHY. C. A. EBELING, B. F. EISMAN, W. J, ENGLE, G. A.
Roselle, N. J. Rolla, Mo. Choltanoogua, Tenn. Jefferson City, Mo. Rolla, Mo. Medina, N. Y. Baldwin, N. Y. St. Louis, Mo. Carthage, Mo. St. Louis, Mo. St Charies. Mo. Benld, Ill. Freeport, Ill.
FERRIS, R. M. FLINT, M. C. FORINASH, J. L. FOX, J. H. FRANKOWITZ, J. F. FRASER, W. C. FULLER, J, A.
Rolla, Mo. Maplewood, Mo. Raymondville, Mo. Paterson, N. J. New York City, N. Y. Bolckow, Mo. Bedford, N. Y.
GA NUN, N. H.
Ossining, N. Y.
GOGAN, R. E. GONSKI, A. F. GOTTSCHALK. E. GRJESBAUM. G. A. GRIGSBY. H. G. GRIMM. L. J. GUERNSEY, A. T. GUILFOY, R. F. GURNEA, E. M. HAAS, G. G. HAAS, H. W. HADLEY, T. R. HAGAR, B. W. HAMMANN, E. E. HARNESS, H. Jr. HARRINGTON, K. V. HARRIS, J. S. HELTON, E. L. HENDERSON, E. E. HENDRICKS, P. I. HESSMAN, A. J, HEUER. C. A. HILDEBRAND, E. L. HILL, W. E.. Jr HO!.LANDER, R. W. HOMYK, A .. Jr. HOWSER. R. P. HUBBART, C. 0. HUGHES, T. A.
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JACOBY. C. H. JAMES, R. JOHNK, C. T. A. JOHNSON, F. E. JOHNSTON, J. K. JONES, E. F. JUSTYCKY. F. L.
Kansas City, Mo. Dawn, Mo. Alton, nl. Kansas City, Mo. Richburq, N. Y. Mexico, Mo. Albany, N. Y.
KARBOSKY, }. T. KEHNER. W. E. KEHR, W. B. KIND. D. A. KING, W. M. KIRKPATRICK, J, W. KISSLJNGER, F. KLEEFISCH, E. W. KLOERIS, P. W. KNIITEL, J. C. KNITTE!., V. G. KOZIATEK, W. S. KROMKA, E. R. KRUEGER, H. A. KULIF A Y. S. M.
Soyveville, N Y. Steelville. Mo. Eldon, Mo. Warrenton, Mo. Rock Port. Mo. Kansas City, Mo. St. Louis, Mo. Clayton, Mo. St. Louis, Mo. St. Louis, Mo. St. Louis, Mo. St. Louis, Mo. Boonton, N. J. St. Louis, Mo. St. Louis, Mo.
LADENBERGER. C. C. LAWLER, W. J. LEGGETT. H. LEJSHER, A P. LELAND, G. R. LETTER, J. E. LOESING, N. R. LOESING, V. T. LOHMAN, l. H. LOVE, J, W. LYONS, J. H.
St. Louis, Mo. St. Louis, Mo. Chlcaqo, Ill. St. Louis, Mo. Kansas City, Mo. St. Louis, Mo. Ferguson, Mo. Ferguson. Mo. Warrenton, Mo. Kansas City, Mo. St. Louis, Mo.
JUNIOR OFFICERS ARTHUR ROSE President Vice-President _ SIDNEY BURBERRY MEL YIN FLINT Treasurer EDWIN VOGELSANG Secretary
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Cape Girardeau, Mo. Thompsonville, Ill. East St. Louis, m. Barton, Mo. St. Louis, Mo. Union, Mo. Newburg, Mo. Venedy, Til. Joplin, Mo. Waynesville, Mo. St. Louis, Mo. Springfield, Mo. Webster Groves, Mo. Greenfield, Mass. St. Louis, Mo. Cuba. Mo. St. Louis, Mo. Brockton, Montana Kirkwood, Mo. Woodstock, Ill. Woodstock. Ill.
OLDE, F. W. PAUL, F. P. PEREZ, M. A. PETERSEN. J, D. PEWITT. B. D. PIERCE, T. M. POHL, R. A. POLLOCK, W. L. PRIESnY. J. H. QUICK.
RADCLIFFE, R. S. RASSINIER, E. A. RAYL, ]. W. RECTOR. G. E. REHFIELD, F. C. RENWICK, A. P. RICE. B. RIMEL, S. F. ROBERTSON, H. F. ROFFMAN, K. A.
St. Louis, Mo. Maplewood, Mo. Newark. N. J, St. Louis, Mo. Linn, Mo. Union City, Tenn. St. Louis, Mo. Campbell, Mo. Neptune. N. J. Rhineland, Mo. Kirkwood, Mo. Louisville, Ky. Sedalia. Mo. Smithfield, 111. Rolla, Mo. Rolla, Mo. Bogvio, P. I. (Phil\. ls!ands) St. Louis, Mo. Diehlstadt, Mo. University City, Mo.
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Rutile Schumacher Sherman,K. Stowell Thayer
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Vogelsang Weiss Witt Zonzie
Walker Welch Wolff Zoller
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Kansas City, Mo. Kansas City, Mo. Rollo. Mo. St. Charles, Mo. St. Louis, Mo. St. Louis, Mo. St. Louis, Mo. St. Louis, Mo. Highland Park, N. J. Rolla, Mo. St. Louis, Mo. Newburg, Mo. Sullivan, Mo. Festus, Mo. St. Joseph, Mo. Overland, Mo. Clayton, Mo. St. Charles. Mo. Baltimore, Md. Southwick, Mass. Pine Lawn, Mo. Clayton, Mo. St. Louis, Mo. Bonne Terre, Mo. Cape Girardeau, Mo. Bucklin, Mo. Maplewood, Mo. Bouckville. N. J. Marceline, Mo. St. Louis, Mo. Tallapoosa, Mo. Rollo, Mo. Greenfield, Mass. St. Louis, Mo. Cabden, Ill. Rolla, Mo. Alden, N.Y. Sherrill, N. Y. St. Louis, Mo. Kansas Clly. Mo.
VOGELSANG. E. C. WAGERT, W. J. WALKER, R. H. WANG. K. P. WATKINS, R. A. WEIDLE. B. E. WEISS, R. }. WELCH. F. H. WESTERVELT, J. A. WICKLIFFE, J. M. WILSON, A. W. WISE. J. W. wm. r. A. WOLFF. l.. C. WOODWORTH , L. R.
Red Hook, N. Y. Galesbui'Q, Ill. Peking, China Dawn, Mo. St. Louis. Mo. Kansas Clly, Mo. DeSoto. Mo. Springfield, Mass. Franklin Square, N. Y. Dahlgreen, Ill. Joplin, Mo. Edina. Mo. Webster Groves, Mo. St. Joseph, Mo.
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Rochester, N. Y. Creve Coeur, Mo. Tulsa, Okla.
UNCLASSIFIED STUDENTS ASHER. N. E. (m)· BERTRAM, N. (m) BOLAND, J. V. BRYAN, D. M. HUDGENS, M. B. (m) JORDON, L. S. (m) KERR. H. B. M. (m) LACHMUND, R. E. LELAND. M. F. (m) McCRACKEN, E. POHLE. P. E. (m) POWELL, M. J. (m) READ, C. W. (m) SCHULTZ. V. R. (m) SCHULTZ, C. A. (m) STRA WHUN. M. F. (m) TEASDALE. R. R. (m) TURNER, V. C. (m) WILSON. M. R. (m)
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C/a:Ho/1 94 3 SOPHO MORE OFFICERS Presiden t __ _ KENT COMANN Vice-President __ HENRY KURUSZ Treasurer __ --- KEN MOONEY Secretary __ _ JOSEPH BERNDT
ADAMICK. HENRY STANLEY Southbridge, Moss. ADAMS. JAMES MONROE Konsos City, Mo. AHL, HARRY CEDRIC Kansas City, Mo. ALLEN, MORRIS ELLSWORTH Rollo, Mo. AMLI. HAROLD ERLING Webster Groves, Mo. ANDERSON, WILLIAM RICHARD Hannibal, Mo. ANDREWS, RICHARD CLARK Maplewood. Mo. ASCHEMEYER, El-MER FRANK St. Louis, Mo. BARNE'IT, ERWIN HARVEY Lebanon. Mo. BARTON, JOHN RICHARD Wellsville, Mo. BEACH, 1<3NG D., JR. Kansas City, Mo. BERNDT. JOSEPH PAUL. JR. Kansas City, Mo. BIERMAN. EARL EDWARD Ferguson, Mo. BOTTANI. JOSEPH AUGUST St. Charles, Mo. BOYER. MARION DANIEL Shelbina, Mo. BRACKETT, RICHARD C. Rochester, Ind. BRADLEY. FRANCIS JAMES St. Louis. Mo. BRANSON, STERLING TAFF Keysville, Mo. BROWN. ELMER RAY Doniphan, Mo. BRUNS, ROBERT FREDERICK St. Louis, Mo. BUMPS, EDSON STEARNS Rutland, Vt. BURKE, EDMUND CHARLES Bridgepart, Conn. CATANZARO. MICHAEL ANGELO St. Louis, Mo. CHALK, J. NEVILLE Dallas. Texas CHRISTENSEN. DOUGLAS NELDON Moab, Utah CLARKE, NORMAN PAUL Kansas City, Mo. COMANN, RICHARD KENT Maplewood, Mo. COOK, JAMES RUDOLPH Crane, Mo. COOLIDGE, DONALD JAMES Crystal Cit,y Mo. COSTOPLOS, CONSTANTINE J. St. James. Mo. DABAL, STANLEY STEVEN Wallingto n, N.J. DAVIES. DAVID M. Hartford, Conn. DOUTHAT, FRANK Kansas City, Mo. DRESSEL. WALDEM AR MARTIN Sappington, Mo. DRESTE, FRED EDWIN Kirkwood. Mo. DURAN, AHMET SERVET Goztepe, Turkey DURHAM, HOWAR D WILLIAM Sedalia, Mo. DYER. JOHN ELWIN Webster Groves. Mo. ECK. ROBERT ANTHONY St. Louis, Mo. EISMAN, JOE WILLIAM Benld, Ill. ELSEA. RALPH East St. Louis, Ill. EMERSON, BILLY FRANK St. Christopher, Ill. EVERSON, CHARLES ELWOOD Maplewood, Mo. FENTZKE, DANIEL A. Orchard Park, N.Y. FIEWEGER. GEORGE St. Louis, Mo. nEWEGE R, ROY St. Louts, Mo. nNK, FRANK JOHN Union City, Mo. FLEISCHLI. JACK EDWARD St. Louis, Mo. FLESSA. VERNON EDW ARO Sedalia. Mo. FLESCHNER. FRED GEORGE St. Louis, Mo. FLOOD, HAROLD WIWAM St. Louis, Mo.
FRIS. EDWARD STEVE Orient. nt. FRISSELL, DAN HARTZELL Chaffee, Mo. FRITZE. ROBERT PAUL Maplewood, Mo. FROST. QUINTIN R. St. Louis. Mo. GEHRER, VERNON ADOLPH St. Louis, Mo. GLOVER, )AMES, JR. St. Louis. Mo. GOBUSH, MIKE Chemung, N.Y. GOSS. FLOYD NOEL Lebanon. Mo. GRAY. WILLIAM S.. JR. Webster Groves. Mo. GREENE. ARTHUR NELSON Ferguson, Mo. GREGORY, THOMAS EARL Choutouqua, N.Y. GYGAX. EDWARD ERNEST St. Louis, Mo. HALEY, COMER CECIL Edgar Springs, Mo. HALEY, WILBUR ANTONI A Edgar Springs, Mo. HANCOCK. FRED JOHN Webster Groves. Mo. HANNA, ROBERT LANSING Centrolla .lll. HARLOW , ROBERT W. Oklahom a City, Okla. HAWK. GEORGE WADE East St. Louis. fil. HEINICKE, OTTO FRANK St. Louis, Mo. HELLSTERN. VERNON St. Louis. Mo. HENEGHAN, SHERALD jerseyville. Ill. HICKS. WILLIAM DOUGLAS Cuba, Mo. HIG!..EY. LEO WILLIAM Rolla. Mo. HILL. NORMAN RAE Kirkwood. Mo. HOBY. THEOPHILIUS JOSEPH Hillside. N.J. HOFFMAN, WILLIAM GEORGE St. Louts, Mo. HOLMAN , RAYMON D WINFIEl~D Vienna, Mo. HOLZ. OTTO DANIEL Maplewood, Mo. HOPKINS, REX LEE Dunneqan, Mo. HUSEMAN, DONALD JAMES Universit y City, Mo. INGERSON. DONALD WESTLAKE Rolla. Mo. JOHANNES, EDWARD GENT Kimmswick, Mo. JOHNSON. ARTHUR GUSTAVE Rosiclare. Mo. JOHNSON, JAMES CORNE'...IUS Llclt!nQ, Mo. JOHNSON, JAMES MAX Glen Ellyn. lll. JOHNSON, THOMAS RALPH St. Louis, Mo. JUDKINS, PHILIP RAYMON D Waynesv ille, Mo. KACKLEY. ROY St. Joseph. Mo. KADERA, WARREN ALBERT St. Louis. Mo. KALISH. HERBERT SAUL Jamaica, N.Y. KALLMEYER. A!..BERT WILLIAM St. louis, Mo. KANE, EARL MONROE Granite City, Ill. KAPLAN . SOLOM St. James, Mo. KASTEN, RAYMON D OLIVER Oak Ridge, Mo. KELLER, EDWARD CHARLES Buffalo, N.Y. KENDALL. EDWARD THOMAS Shirley, Mo. KEY. ENOS LEE Salem. JU. KIBLER. FREDERICK CARTER Brookline, Mo. KIBURZ, FREDERICK MEREDITH St. Louis, Mo. KISSACK, JAMES LESILE Canton, Ill
KUNE, STEPHEN S. Trenton, Mo. Sappington, Mo. KLUND, WILLIAM E. KNOEBEL, CARL WALTER Kirkwood, Mo. KOELLER, EUGENE ALBERT St. Louis, Mo. KOEMEL. JAMES ALBERT Hamburg,N. Y. KRILL, FRANCIS MARION St. Louis, Mo. KRUMMEL. CLYDE HENRY Carthage, Mo. KURUSZ, HENRY Webster Groves, Mo. LAMBELET, CLARENCE ARTHUR Cuba, Mo. Kansas City, Mo. LANDIS, BRUCE RANDOLPH LARSEN. GLEN ALBERT Maplewood. Mo. LEONE, ANTON Benld, ill. LIES. RAYMOND JOHN East St. Louis, Ill. LILEY. HOWARD BLAND Wellston, Mo. Hot Springs, Ark. LOWREY, JOSEPH JAMES McCLAIN, EDWARD FIFER Carrollton, Mo. McCULLOUGH, HERBERT A. Cape Girardeau, Mo. McCUTCHEN, FRANKLIN L. Eost St. Louis, ill. McKNIGHT, FREDERICK RICHARD Springfield, Mo. McGOWEN. LEONARD RAY Wood PJver, Ill. MAGEE, HORACE LITTLE III Caruthersvllle, Mo. MAIN, MARION KENNETH Joplin, Mo. MANSFIELD. HERMAN Tottenville, N.Y. MARBOW. MAX L. Pinckneyville, Ill. MARTIN, GENE SHAPELY Lamar, Mo. Kirkwood, Mo. MARTINE, JAMES LEON. JR. MATHEWS, RALPH ANDREW St. Louis, Mo. Joplin, Mo. MATTHEWS, JAMES WESLEY St. Louis, Mo. MAZZONI, JOHN ANTHONY MELVIN, ROGER IRVlN Marshfield Hills, Mass. MEYER, AL VlN LEROY Farmington. Mo. St. Louis, Mo. MEYER. KENNETH ELMER MEYER, ORVILLE LESILE Washington, Mo. MEYERS, GIDEON RUSSELL Godfrey, Ill. MIAZGA. JOSEPH F'RANCIS Ludlow, Mass. Sikeston, Mo. MICHELL, JOHN MATHEW MILSTEAD, JOHN West Plains, Mo. MP-TON, GEORGE University City, Mo. Western Springs, Ill. MILTON. ROBERT MOONEY. KENNETH HERZOG St. Louis, Mo. MOORE, CORWIN HARRIS Eldon, Mo. MOORE. EDWARD GENE Kansas City, Mo. MORRIS, JAMES HOWARD Princeton, Ind. MUNSCH, JOHN PATRICK Chicago, Ill. NEUMEYER. JOHN MATHEW Kansas City, Mo. St. Louis, Mo. NEUSTAEDTER. JAMES ARTHUR NICHOLSON. JOHN DOUGLAS Kansas City, Mo. NIEMILLER, MARVIN EDWIN Rolla, Mo. OLSON, JOHN HENRY Freeport, Ill.
OZKALI. KEMAL ALI Istanbul, Turkey PATTON, CHARLES DWIGHT Bloomfield, Mo. PEKKAN , AHMET Ankara, Turkey PERKINS. IRA Joplin, Mo. PETERSEN, ARTHUR LEWIS St. Louis, Mo. PIERSON, LAWRENCE E., JR. Flat River, Mo. POLHEMUS, JAMES HIGBE Old Greenwich, Conn. PURDY, GEORGE ELMER Afton, Mo. QUINN, PATRICK DONOV AN St. Louis, Mo. RADA VICH, FREDERICK JOHN Greenfield, Mass. Kirkwood, Mo. RADCLIFFE, KEITH WHITE RAUCH. EUGENE JULIUS Rolla, Mo. REED, JACK ALLEN Springfield, Mo. REOUARTH, JOHN AUGUST St. Louis, Mo. ROSSER. LEWIS EDWARD Hannibal, Mo. RUHLE, EMIL THOMAS St. Louis, Mo. St. Louis, Mo. SCHILLING, JOHN CARL SCHMITZ. JOE Albertson, N.Y. SEIGLE, ROBERT KINGSLAND St. Louis, Mo. SELF, OTHO RUDOLPH St. Louis, Mo. SENNE. JOSEPH HAROLD Robertson. Mo. SEYMOUR. CLIFTON JOHN Cuba, Mo. SHORT. DONALD HENRY Rolla. Mo. SKITEK. GABRIEL GEORGE St. Joseph, Mo. SPINNER, LEO GRADEN Palestine, lll. STARK. DOUGLAS REED Rolla, Mo. STRICKLER. HALFORD ORVlLLE Mendon. lll. STUDEBAKER, DONALD Humansville, Mo. STUECK. NEIL University City, Mo. SUEME. JOSEPH GEORGE St. Louis, Mo. Rolla. Mo. TEASDALE. ROBERT FREDERICK St. Joseph, Mo. THOMAS, GEORGE HARDING Mamaroneck, N.Y. UNDERHILL, ROBERT N. VANDEVEN. EDWIN 0. Cape Girardeau, Mo. VAN DOVER. ROBERT Valley Park, Mo. VAUGHAN, KENNETH WILLARD Lamcrr, Mo. VOLLHERBST, EDWARD PAUL JR. Union City, Mo. St. Louis, Mo. W AEHTER, JOHN A. St. Louis, Mo. WALSH. FRANCIS REGIS Springfield. Mo. WEAVER, HOMER JEROME St. Louis, Mo. WEIS. CARL JULIUS WELLS. MARVIN GEORGE Desplaines, Ill. WICKIZER. WILBUR Springfield, Mo. St. Charles, Mo. WIEDEY. JOHN LOUIS WILMS. JOHN OLIVER Chicago, m. WILSON, LLOYD HINES St. Louis, Mo. WISSLER. LOUIS BAILEY St. Louis, Mo. ZAGATA, JOSEPH RICHARD Rochester, N.Y. ZOLLER, VICTOR HERBERT Tulsa, Okla.
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FRESHMEN OFFICERS President --- RICHARD WHEAT Vice-President __ ROBERT McMAT H Treasurer ---- -- --- ALFRED DICK Secretory - ----- __ LOUIS PFAU
AIMONETTE. JOHNNIE ARTHUR St. Louis, Mo. ALLEN, EUGENE KElt St. Louis, Mo. ALLISON, GEORGE ALVAN Chester. Jll. ARNOLD, IRVIN RUSSELL Creighton, Mo. ARNOLD. RICHARD MEDSHER West Plains, Mo. ATI<JNSON, HOWAR D C. Norman dy, Mo. A VERY, HOWAR D BURTON JR. St. Louis, Mo. BALIN, ROBERT PHILLIP St. Louis, Mo. BARBER, GEORGE EMORY St. Louis, Mo. BARNHART, HERBERT D. Oklahom a City, Okla. BARRON, EUGENE DEVINE Webster Groves .Mo. BARTELS, LOUIS ERNEST Clinton, Jll. BASSETT, WILLIA M HENRY East St. Louis, Jll. BA'ITERMANN, NORBERT W. Sayville , N.Y. BEATY, GORDON Salem, N.Y. BENJAMIN, WALTER STANLEY Mattetuck, N. Y. BEVERAGE, ALLAN DALE Belleville, nl. BINGHAM, DARWI N HERMAN Oak Park, Tll. BLAIR, EDWARD BERNARD St. Louis, Mo. BOSWORTH, HARTLEY MARTIN Greenfield. Mass. BO'ITOM, JAMES HOWAR D St. Louis, Mo. BRAND. DONALD CLAYTON St. Louis, Mo. BRANNICK, THOMAS LEONARD Bridgeport, Conn. BREW. CLARENCE WILLIA M Edward sville, Jll. BRIDGE, LORRAINE FARQUHAR Kirkwoo d, Mo. BRISTOL, EDWAR D NELSON Rolla, Mo. BROCKMEYER, CHARLES E. Webste r Groves, Mo. BRODHACKER. JOHN WARREN Springfield, Mo. BROWN, GERALD STEWART NorthCr eek,N. Y. BRYANT, JAMES RAY Morris. Tll. BURKE. GEORGE EDWARD Morristo wn, N. Y. BURNETT. LYNN FOWLER St. Louis, Mo. BURST, JACK FRED St. Louis, Mo. BUSH. ARTHUR JOE St. Louis, Mo. BUTZER, HAROLD GODFRED Jefferson City, Mo. CHRISTMAN, WILLIA M J. Webster Groves, Mo. CLARK, WIWS HOWELL Fort Worth, Texas COOPER, JOHN ALLEN Kansas City, Mo.
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DAVIS. DONAL D WAYNE East St. Louis, Ill. DAVIS, IRENE Rolla, Mo. DAVIS, JAMES WARREN Cuba, Ill. DAVIS, RAYMO ND EDWARD Mexico, Mo. DAWSON, JOHN WILLIA M Ferguson, Mo. DEAN, WALTER JOSEPH Univers ity City, Mo. DES JARDINS, PETER EDWAR D Kirkwoo d. Mo. DICK, CHARLES ALFRED Paris, Tenn. DIETl, ROBERT O'ITO St. Louis, Mo. DOERRES, JOHN HERMAN St. Louis, Mo. DOLGINOFF, WESLEY J. Sedalia , Mo. DOMAIN , JOHN WILLIA M St. Louis, Mo. DRAGOSET, WILLIA M HENRY Avenil, N.Y. DREWING, FREDERICK HENRY St. Louis, Mo. DUNAV EN, WILLIA M ALBERT Roodhouse, Ill. EAGLE, WILLIA M GEORGE Lybrook. N.Y. EHRLICH, ROBERT LEE Kansos City, Mo. EMMENEGGER, RUSSELL EDWAR D St. Louis, Mo. ERVING, JOHN FRANCIS Brookly n, N. Y. FASER, JACK FREDERICK Kirkwoo d, Mo. FAULKNER. CHARLES McGREGOR Rolla, Mo. FELDHAUS, RALPH JOHN St. Louis, Mo. FERRY, JAMES WAYNE , JR. Bradford , Pa. FINCH, RAYMO ND Trenton, Mo. FISHMAN, SIDNEY PHILLIP St.louis , Mo. FISH, BILLY FRANK LIN W!llow Springs, Mo. FITZPATRICK, JOSEPH WARE Rolla, Mo. FLANA GAN, WILLIA M JOSEPH St. Louis, Mo. FORBES, JACK COLEM AN Rolla. Mo. FRAITA G, HAROL D Yonkers, N . Y. FRAME, RUSSELL ELLIO'IT Rolla, Mo. FRANZ. ROBERT CHRISTIAN Newark . N.J. FREDERICK, ROBERT JUNEAU Chicago, Ill. FREICKS, RAYMO ND JOHN St. Louis, Mo. FUCHS. ALAN JOSEPH St. Louis, Mo. FULLOP, PAUL PETER Claryvil le. Mo. GANNO N, DANIEL MARION
St. Louis, Mo.
GARVEY. GLEN Webster Groves, Mo. GEIGER. CHARLES DONALD California, Mo. GETIYS. TOM BOYLAN St. Louis, Mo. GIBSON, El-EANOR OTEY Pelham, N. Y. GIMPEL. EARL ROBERT St. Louis. Mo. GOETEMANN, EDWIN C. Webster Grcves, Mo. GOLLUB, WAYNE University City. Mo. GOODHUE, ELBRIDGE ALVAH Rolla, Mo. GOODWIN, REO ELDON Palestine, IU. GOODWIN, WILLIAM JARRARD Ferguson, Mo. GOSTIN. JAMES DAVID White Plains, N.Y. GRADY, WILLIAM JOSEPH St. Louis, Mo. GRASS, LOUIS WILLIAM St. Louis. Mo. GRECO, DOMINIC AMERICO St. Louis, Mo. GREEN, WILLIAM HENRY Louisiana, Mo. GREIG. JOSEPH EUGENE Rolla, Mo. GUINEY, GENE St. Louis, Mo. HALESKI. JOSEPH Oaklyn, N.Y. HALLSTEIN, ROBERT GEORGE Pekin, Ill. HAMMELMAN. KENNETH VINCENT St. Louis, Mo. HAMNER, JACK MARSHALL 0. Kirkwood, Mo. HANSEN. J. RICHARD Webster Groves, Mo. HARTCORN, LOUIS AMBROSE Chatham. N.Y. HAWKINS. IRVIN JEFFERSON Rolla. Mo. HELBERG. WARREN WADE St. Louis. Mo. HELLWEGE. WILLIAM HENRY Maplewood, Mo. HELM. R. BILL Macomb, ill. HERMANN, JACK OLIVER Ferguson. Mo. HIGHT. RICHARD WilLIAM East St. Louis. lll. HILADO, JESUS KAMBOA Manila, Phillipines HOERETH, W A YNI:: HAMPTON Hermann, Mo. HOFF. DAVE DANIEL St. Louis. Mo. HOLLIDAY, HENRY WY AN Rolla, Mo. HOWARD, WILLIAM EDWARD St. Louis, Mo. HUBBARD. WILLIAM ALONZO Rolla. Mo. HUNT, WALLACE RAY Sedalia, Mo. IRLAN, FRANK WILLIAM mERMAN, ALFRED SAMUEL
Chicago, ill. Granite City,lll.
JAMBOR, JAMES RICHARD St. Louis, Mo. JENKINS, JACOB DELBERT Kansas City, Mo. JENNEMAN, WALTER CHRISTIAN St. Louis. Mo. JOHNSON. ROBERT ELLIS Rolla, Mo. JOHNSON. ROY WALTER St. Louis. Mo. JORDAN, FRANK BERT St. Louis. Mo. KALBFLEISCH. GEORGE G. St. Louis, Mo. KALLMEYER. MELVTN fREDERICK St. Louis, Mo. KEEVIL, ALBERT SIDNEY St. Louis, Mo. KEtLER. HENRY JOE Springfield. Mo. KENDALL, JERRY Shiriey, Mo. KENDALL. ROBERT HALL Webster Groves, Mo.. KERBER. MATTHEW St. Louis. Mo. KIKLER, fREDERICK CARTER Brookline. Mo. KLORER. ROBERT WALTER St. Louis, Mo. KOENIG. STANLEY FRANK St. Louis. Mo. KRALL, JOHN LEROY Springfield. Mo路 KRATZ, JERROLD KERWIN Carrollton, Mo. KREHBIEL. ROBERT Y. St. Louis, Mo. KRONMUE!.LER. CHARLES ELMER Normandy, Mo. KRUGER. EARL RICHARD St. Louis, Mo. LA BARGE. JOSEPH LAUCK LEPER拢, DONALD GEORGE LilEY, JAMES ARTHUR LITTELL. EDWARD GORDON LLOYD. JEAN McCAW LOCKER, J. HARTL A Y LOHMANN, RUSSEll THOMAS LUIKER, MERTIL LYLE, SAMUEL HUTCHISON
St. Louis, Mo. Belleville, Ill. St. Louis, Mo. Brooklyn, N.Y. Rolla, Mo. East St. Louis, ill. St. Louis, Mo. Tuckahoe, N.Y. Ferguson, Mo.
McARDLE, WILLIAM NIVEN St. Louis. Mo. McCLEARY, CHARLES A. Denver, Mo. McMATH. ROBERT PALMER Webster Groves, Mo. MACKE. FlOYD WILLIAM Edwardsville, ill. MAKA Y. JOHN ERNEST Granite City, ill. MANSHARDT, WILLIAM HENRY Gerald, Mo. MANZER, HAROLD VERNON Maryland, N.Y.
Cfa33 o/ 1944 MATEER, RICHARD SHELBY St. Louis, Mo. MELUS, ROBERT WILLIAM St. Louis, Mo. MENGEL. WlLLIAM EDWARD Poplar Bluff, Mo. MERTENS, FREDERICK GEORGE Robertson, Mo. MEYER, ORVILLE LOUIS St. Louis, Mo. MlLLER, ELBERT HAMMEL St. Louis, Mo. MILLER, JAMES RICHARD St. Louis, Mo. MITCHELL, CHARLIE KEN St. Louis, Mo. MOELLER. LESTER KENNETH Ellis Grove, lll. MONTE, MICHAEL NICK Highland Falls. N.Y. MORGAN, ROBERT LINDSAY Springfield, Mo. MORRIS RAY EDWARDS Kankakee, Ill. MUELLER, JOHN DAVID St. Louis, Mo. MURPHY, ROBERT EARL Litchfield, ill. St. Louis, Mo. NAERT. ROBERT EMIL Malden, Mo. NEASE, ROBERT JOHN NEUST AEDTER, WILLIAM ELBERT St. Louis, Mo. Woodstock, lll. NEVIN. FRED EUGENE Sullivan, Mo. NORTHCUTT, JOHN JONES NOVOTNAK, FRANK Benld,lll. OBOURN, MALCOLM R. Webster Groves, Mo. OLDHAM, ROBERT WILLIAM Centralia, Ill. ORLOFSKY, SEYMOUR Hartsdale, N.Y. PF AU, LOUIS HARRIS St. Louis, Mo. PIERSON, WALTER CLYDE Fulton, Mo. PINGEL, VERNON JOHN Arlington Heights, IU. POLLOCK. LEONARD DONALD Plainfield, N.Y. RAKESTRAW, CHARLES LEE Lamar, Mo. RAND!..E. HOMER MALCOLM Dixon, Mo. REICHERT, ALLAN STANLEY St. Louis, Mo. RICHARDS. ROBERT VINCENT St. Louis, Mo. ROBERTS. DONALD BERHN Wampsville, N.Y. ROBERTSON, GENE Ozark, Mo. ROEMER. THEODORE JACK Newburg, Mo. RONAT, JEAN LAVERNE St. Louis, Mo. ROOK, HAROLD ROEMER Monell, Mo. ROOS. ROBERT WALSH St. Louis, Mo. RUNDQUIST, JACK WILLIAM Rockford, IU. RUWWE, RALPH WALTER St. Louis, Mo. SA VU. AUGUST ROBERT St. Louis, Mo. SCHAUM, RICHARD H. North Tonawanda, N.J. SCHMIDT, ROBERT FREDERICK Hinsdale. lll. SCHMOLT, HANS EDWARD New Brunswick, N.J. SCHOENEBURG, KENNETH H. St. Louis, Mo. SCHOLZ, ARTHUR EDWARD Newark, N.J. SCHROLL, EVERETT CLAIRE Maplewood, Mo. SCHULTZ, EDWARD MILTON St. Louis, Mo. SCHW ALLENSTECKER. W. E. Eldred, 111. SCOTT. A~RY SL YVESTER Rivermines, Mo. SETCHFIELD, ROBERT EUGENE St. John's, Mo. SHAFER. JACK LIONEL Joplin, Mo. SHATTO. PAUL FREDERICK Dawn, Mo. SIEVERT. MORRIS St. Louis, Mo. SIMONS, SANFORD LAWRENCE Flushing, N.Y.
SIZER, JOHN A., JR. Oak Park. lU. SLOiOUSKY. EUGENE White Plains. N.Y. SMITH. DONALD STATLER Salem, Mo. SMITH. WALTER FRANKLIN Springfield, Mo. SPARKS, CHARLES HOWARD Elkinore, Mo. SPENCE. LAWRENCE LYMAN Willow Springs, Mo. SPENKO. ARDITH MARIE St. Louis, Mo. SPROAT, JOHN CLARK Cape Girardeau, Mo. STANGLAND. HOWARD MARCUS Neward. Ill. STAUFFER. MAURICE ERNEST Bertrand, Mo. STECKEL, EDMUND AUGUSTUS Waynesville, Mo. STEGNER, JOHN 0. Pleasant Green. Mo. STEINER, RICHARD GEORGE St. Louis, Mo. STEPHENS, ROBERT BAIN Ferguson, Mo. STOCKER. DANIEL JAMES Eost St. Louis, lll. STROKES. RUSSELL THOMAS Gideon, Mo. SULLIVAN, JAMES DONALD Poplar Bluff. Mo. SUTTERFIELD, WAYNE GORDON Salem, Mo. TATOIAN, GEORGE Naugatuck, Conn. TAYLOR, WARREN GROVE Belleville, Ill. THOMAS. )AMES DUDLEY St. Joseph, Mo. THOMAS. WILLIAM JOSEPH Jefferson City, Mo. THORWEGEN. ALBERT H. Richmond Heights. Mo. TRIBOLT, WILLIAM EDWARD Wellsville. Mo. TRUDEAU. RUSSELL MELVIN Greenfield. Mass. USREY. JOSEPH WARREN UTHOFF, VERLIN
Willow Springs, Mo. Commerce. Mo.
VAJDA, PETER PAUL
Hiah Bridge, N.Y.
WAGNER. GEORGE HENRY St. Louis, Mo. W AHLBRINK. CHARLES LOUIS St. Louis. Mo. WALKER, ARTHUR JOHN Port of Spain, Trinidad, British West Indies WALKER, ODIE EDWARD Centralia. lll. Rolla. Mo. WALTENSPIEL. EDMUND JOSEPH WAMPLER. RICHARD EARL Mascot. Tenn. WASHBURN, CHARLES EMMETT Dallas. Texas WATERS, WALLACE EARL Matthews. Mo. WEBER, JOHN GUNTHER St. Louis, Mo. WEGENER, WILBERT F. Marthasville. Mo. WEGMANN, CARL EDWIN Aurora. Mo. WERNER, ROY CHARLES St. Louis, Mo. WEST. DON MAXWELL Princeton, Mo. WHEAT, RICHARD DAVIS ~prinqfi11ld, Mo. WHITE. JAY V. Rolla. Mo. WICKER, DAVE ANDREW Springfield, Mo. WILSON, EUGENE EDWIN Rolla. Mo. WOLKEN. ROBERT St. Louis, Mo. WOOD. GEORGE W. Cuba, Mo. WOOD. NEAL St. Louis. Mo. WRIGHT, CLARENCE JOHNSON St. Louis. Mo. WUNNENBERG, EDWARD CARL Overland, Mo. ZELMANOWITZ, SOLOMON ZIMBERG. IRWIN ZWIRBLA, MICHAEL CHARLES
New York, N.Y. Yonkers, N. Y. Maynard, Mass.
Although, unlike many schools. athletics are not subservient to the educational aspects of our school, M. S. M. teams have gained their share of athletic renown. The coaching staff is to be congratulated for their excellent work. for the difficulties due to late classes have cut practice hours to a minimum. In spite of this. they have developed in their teams. teamwork and coordination that is an excellent tribute to their coaching skill.
COACHING STAFF Coach Gale Bullman (right) and Percy Gill have both been here four years. Each has done excellent work in turning out teams that have been truly sportsmanlike in every respect, and in making the football and basketball games cttroctive to the student body.
SEASON'S RESULTS Arkansas St. Louis Maryville Worrensburg Springfield Cope Girardeau _ Kirksville Washington u. Poqe fifty-eight
0 0 7 27 7
Miners -- 44 Miners 0 Miners 25 Miners 6 Miners 7 Miners 7 Miners _ 7 Miners 0
Orchids to Captain DICK CUNNINGHAM, who piloted the Miners through a season of football which drew more enthusiasm from the student body than any in our recent history. His seemingly untiring ball carrying, his outstanding kicking talent, and his ability to keep the confidence of his teammates won for him an esteemable place in the hearts of the coaching路 staff, the team, and the student body. We bid farewell to one of the most loyal supporters M. S. M. has ever known. PAUL FULLOP, a hard-running, hard to catch, and hard to hit halfback, chalked up the maiority of the season's touchdowns for the Miners, totaling five in all. His spectacular ball-carrying, and line plunging made him popular with the students and team, and he promises to be one of next year's most valuable players. By his excellent work at guard, and by kicking extra points, FRANK ROGERS made himself an invaluable asset to the squad. Opposing teams knew him as one of the most capable offensive players in the conference, and his season was crowned by selection to the M. I. A. A. all-star squad, and to the all-star squad of the State of Missouri, in the Missouri-Kansas game. JOE STRAWHUN, towering end, made it tough for opposing teams to gain much ground by carrying the ball through his portion of the field. He lettered in football three years, and was honored by being selected to the Missouri all-star team. NELSON KOERNER more popularly called sea-biscuit because of his flashing speed, came through his third year at guard, and was selected to the Missouri all-star team with Cunningham, Rogers, and Strawhun. He and Rogers on either side of center made many a hole in opposing lines for the bqll carriers to slip through. ART SCHUMACHER tricky, fleet-footed halfback, carried the ball in conjunction with Cunningham through many minutes of play. His gains were indispensable to the squad, and his inte,r-
Comeau Kromka Cook Rogers
Cunningham (C) Fullop Bruce Schumacher
ference first-rate. From past laurels we can predict another year of star-playing from quiet, serious-minded Art. BOB BRUCE, quarterback, besides furnishing interference for ball-toters, made a hobby of catching punts and stealing back half the opposing kicker's gain. FRED HANCOCK, shifty and evasive, shared the quarterback position with Bruce, and equaled his alternate's prowess in shaking tacklers and running punts. KEITH COOK, fullback, most adept passer in the Miner lineup, and a formidable runner, has given three years of hard playing to the Miner squad. Well built, and a jolly good fellow, he is liked by everybody, and we're counting on him for another year of star playing. BOB NEVINS, playing at end was always the one to get clear and catch a pass when it was needed most. With路 out his receivership the Miners would have completely lacked aerial ability. NICK NICOLA held the end slot in conjunction with Nevins, and kept opponents worried with his line rushes. He brought down end runs consistent-
Dick Takes It Around The End
ly, and knocked down passes with clock-like precision. WAYNE BENNETSEN, one of the few who can make honor fraternities, manage the edition of a student newspaper, and play football at the same time held the guard position jointly with Frank Rogers. GENE VEALE, Koerner's alternate, showed plenty of blocking and interference this year and is expected to reach the top next season. MEREDITH KIBURZ, spends his time shooting the pigskin from the pivot per sition, and did an exceptionally good iob this year. EARL KRUEGER showed plenty of power at tackle, and to all appearances will pack a still wallop next year. "Fighting" ED KROMKA, a catapulting, devastating man of thunder, has prol:r ably seen the roughest going at tackle of any man on the team. At St. Louis U. he hit like T. N. T. and, although he was carried from the field after having played 55 minutes of tha Homecoming game, he was back in line again after one week. He is captain-elect of next year's squad.
Comeau Runs Into Difficulties
With a clear September day, a fast field, and a crowd of about 1500 to cheer them on, the Miners started the season with a shotgun 44 to 12 victory over Arkansas State College. Cunningham, Eads, Cook, and Fullop all show~d outstanding style carrying the ball, and a solid line made it doubly hard for Arksnsas to put up an offensive. The opponents made very few gains by carrying the ball, but scored 12 points by some well executed passes. Coach Bullman proclaimed the Miners ready for St. Louis U. Stand up and cheer! Undefeated and untied by the Miners for seven years, St. Louis failed to score in a rough battle which was fought at Walsh stadium, and which ended in a 0-0 tie. AI though the Miners were outbooted, out-passed, and outweighed 10 pounds per man, and In spite of the fact that the Billikens drove the ball
to the Miner's one-yard line twice during the game, the sturdy Silver and Gold eleven kept up its courage and held St. Louis scoreless. The game stands as a moral victory for M. S. M. Unbeaten for 21 consecutive games, and confident of victory, the Maryville Bearcats swayed before a driving Miner squad 25-0. Fullop's excellent work in the backfield gained two touchdowns, and the squad functioned excellently. At M. S. M. the students greeted the news by declaring a "mass cut" and a pep rally for the following Monday. The Warrensburg Mules handed the Miners their first defeat of the season in a hard-fought game held here o~ Iober 18. Scoring early on a Miner fumble, the Mules maintained their lead with difficulty for three quarters and nearly lost it when Cunningham broke loose and made a sensational run of 70 yards for a touchdown. The extra
Confusion At The Arkcrnws Game
Koziatek Eads Hoby Veale
Glover Kiburz Krueger Nevins
Domvanovich Stockton Comoglio Nicola
point failed, however, and we bowed 7-6. At Springfield, the Miners met their old rivaL and started off a game that seemed like certain victory, but which ended in a four touchdown scoring streak for the Bears. Fullop again made the only score for the Miners by electing to run after preparing to pass and failing to find a receiver. Th9 Bear eleven failed to score until the last quarter, but managed to cross the Miner line four times in the last 15 minutes of play, handing us a 27-7 trouncing. Captain Cunningha m opened a rainy Homecoming game against the invading Cape Girardeau Indians by returning the opening kickoff 85 yards through the mud to score a touchdown. Later in the quarter, the Indians evened the score by completing a pass to the Miner goal line. The remainder of the game was played in the center of the field except for the last 5 minutes when Cape's Indians drove to within one
Dick and Art Get a Rest Coach Looks Worried - As Usual
yard of the Miner line. They were held for three downs, and were foiled by Big Joe Strawhun, when he blocked their try for a field goal. For the last conference game of the year the Miner warriors met the Kirksville Bulldogs on a neutral field a t Hannibal. Mo., and came back victors of a 7-0 tilt. Passwork between Cunningham and Nevins netted the only score of the game, a strong wind and a low temperatur e making it hard for either team to play its best. The Miner gridders finished third in the M. I. A. A. race with 2 losses, 2 wins, and a tie: Washingto n U. showed its superiority over the Miners by a series of aerial attacks, and end runs which gained them 1 12-0 victory in another rainy day game in St. Louis. fighting hard in spite of rain and mud, the Miners did all they could to kick back Washington's gains, but were over-run by two touchdown s in the last quarter of the game.
Woods Johnson Kallmeyer Kane
Radel life Taylor
HAVE GREAT SEASON SEASON'S RESULTS Central Wesleyan 26 Miners ___ 49 Arkansas State _ 35 Miners ___ 40 Westminster 27 Miners ____ 34 St. Louis U. 28 Miners ___ 34 Cape Girardeau 54 Miners ____ 35 Kirksville 46 Miners ____ 29 Maryville 33 Miners ____ 25 Springfield 41 Miners ____ 23 Warrensburg SO Miners ____ 40 Warrensburg _ S1 Miners ____ 37 Washington U. 41 Miners ____ 37 Kirksville 47 Miners ___ 27 Springfield 16 Miners ____ 31 Cape Girardeau 53 Miners _ __ 42 Culver Stockton 24 Miners -- 43 Jefferson College l S Miners __ 49 Maryville 45 Miners ___ 22 St. Louis U. 38 Miners __ 31
K. Cook Eisman Blair ). Nevin
Smith H. Wampler B. Bruce
M1.1in W. Nesley Schroeder
Heave it, Brouchierl
Lift 'em high.
With only three lettermen back in school the Miner track team suffered a severe shortage of veterans this year. GaNun led the team in points and was followed at some margin by Pierce and Kalish. The relay team was in excellent shape, Bush, GaNun, Pierce, and Kalish consistently carrying the baton to victory. Those who received letters this year and their events were: Joe Bush, relay; Paul Bouchier, javelin; Cliff Corneau, low
hurdles; Nelson GaNun, 880, mile, and relay; Harold Haas, pole vault; Herbert Kalish, 880 and relay; Joe LaBarge, low hurdles and 100; Anton Leone, discus; Charles Mitchell, sprints; Ira Perkins, broad jump; Tom Pierce, 440 and relay; Leo Spinner, high jump; and Neal Woods, shot put. Bill Brown, Duke Blair, Norman Batterman, Bob Kendall, Arthur Peterson, Bill Mengal, Otto Self, Arthur Hessman, Joe Van Pool, Allan Fuchs, and Rex Hopkins are the new men on the team, and should supply a large group to choose from next year.
Take it, Pierce.
Just a little farther.
Like a "Boidie."
W a shington U. Track Meet.
GOLF The varsity golf division was filled by Charley Clarkson, Mark Beard. Jock Nevin. Jim Nevin, Bob Westwater. Bob Sexton. Hugh Clark. Seymour Orlofsky. ond "Nick" Nicholson. Clarkson and Beard played consistently well, l:.oth beIng lettermen from 1940, and staying below 80 In every match.
TENNIS Lettermen on the tennis team were Bob Silhavy, Jock McKee. Jock Hender路 son, Jock Flelschll, ond Ken Mooney. New men were Elmer Aschemeyer, James Bradley, John Dunn, Ray Thlos, Jim Heddell, and Dave Hoff. The failure of several lettermen to come out wos o severe handicap to the team. Mooney, Bradley, and Dunn showed the best form, and there is a prom路 ising squad for next year. The team beat Arkansas Stole, Ued Westminster, and lost to Springfield and Cape Girardeau.
RIFLE TEAM The Varsity Rifle Team had a very successful season winning 21 out of their 23 matches. They were defeated once and lost the other match by forfeit. In Corps Area competition the team took third place. The nine team members from lost year's team were the backbone of the team, while this year's recruits numbered ten. The fine team which hos been developed with Its enviable racord certainly Is a credit to the coaching ability of Sgt. Bertram.
SWIMMING The swimming team, coached by Silverman was cne of the best of its kind In the mid-west. It was mode up of Andy Cochran (c), Ted rludley, Richard Brockett, Ralph Brouk, Earl Bierman. Roland Burberry, Richard Schaum, Fred Hancock, and Ralph Neumeyer. Brouk was undobutedly the best swimmer on the team. He swam in breast stroke and free style events, and holds records In the M. S. M .. Jefferson City Junior College, and Westminster pools. Berndt als:> showed up remarkably well. He swam the 440 yord race, the hardest and most gruelling event. Ccchron and Hadley brough home points from the back s'roke events, and Bierman and Brockett were successful In the frl"e style races. Hancock and Shockley figured In the breast stroke division, and diving wos hondli'Kl by Hancock, Bur~rry oncl Schaum.
"Sitting one out".
Beverage Pins Veale in the Finals.
Sophomore Squad Intramural Champs.
Ullrich stops a right from Schaum.
Up in the air.
Sueme Chases Krueger out of the
Pi K. A.'s and Sigma
Pi's Battle it out.
Keep your eye on the ball. Swing it.
Ooomphl Almost, not quite.
This year more students have competed in the intramural events than ever before. Out of the 903 students in school. 498 entered into the program, giving a total of 1142 entries. The athletic department presented 100 individual medals, 6 trophies, and a large cup to the winning organization. Both the Pi. K. A. boys and the juniors rated high in the team competitions. Summaries of the scores are as follows: Winner
Event --------Touch Football --------Table Tennis Cross Country Run --------_ -------Basketball ---- -----Handball Wrestling ___ -------------------- -Boxing __ Swimming ----------------- -- --~ Golf
Pi. K. A. Pi. K. A. (Silhavy and Fleischli) Pi. K. A. (Westwater) Sophomores Junior team; Nicola, individual Juniors Pi. K. A. Kappa Sigma Pi. K. A.; Westwater, individual
Volleyball, track, tennis, softball, and horseshoes are not included in these scores.
Extra-curricular activities are a v1tal constituent in any college program. The relaxation and friendly companionship enjoyed in these assemblings provide some of the most enjoyable periods in college life and furnish a source of administrative experience not found in the classroom.
Alsmeyer Bennetsen Cochran Dmste
Fick Fmley Hacker Sexton
Smoot Summers. A. Zvanut
Among the various honor societies on the M. S. M. campus, Phi Kappa Phi has the distinction of being the most coveted. Basing its entrance requirements upon high scholarship, exceptional character. and service. its accepts only men who have developed to a high dearee the various qualities essential to the true scholar. Membership is limited to the upper ten per cent of the graduating class. The M. S. M. chapter was founded In 1920, and lor the past twenty years has steadily served as an incentive to the students lor more efficient and thorough pursuit of their studies. OFFICERS Pres1dent E. L. Claridge Vice-President Prof. F. C. Farnham Secretary-Treasurer Prof. W. J. Jensen journal Correspondent Prof. M. H. Cogg
The chapter annually awards bookplates to the upper lilteen per cent of each class. MEMBERS (Faculty)
H. H. Armsby j. W. Barley ). B. Buller M.H.Cogg E. W. Carlton W. R. Chedsey C. Y. Clayton T.G. Day F. C. Farnham C. R. Forbes F. H. Frame V. A. Geveckor 0. R.Grawo H. R. Hanley
0. A. Henning R. 0. Jackson W. J. Jensen K. K. Kirshner C. V. Mann A. J. Miles G. A. Muilenberg R. M. Rankin W. T. Schrenk R. Z. Williams j. M. Wilson L. E. Woodman (Student)
W. C. Alsmeyer W. J. Bennetsen
A. A. Cochran P. Dreste A. F. Fick F. W. Finley A. G. Hacker R. M. Sexton E. L. Smoot A. I. Summers C. M. Zvanut j.
D. f. Boltz E. L. Claridge W. j. Smothers
Allen, A. AJsmeyer Bennetsen Brune Comeau Dreste
Enochs Fick Finley Hacker Koch Lies
Nicholas Pingel Sexton Smoot Summers, A. Summers, R.
Tau Beta Pi was founded at Lehigh University in 1885. The factors scholar路 conside red in selecting men for member ship are the following: nce. appeara l persona and , qualities ship, characte r, leadersh ip, social The Beta Chapter of Missouri was founded at the Missouri School the of Mines in December, 1906. Since that time it has risen to become . campus tho on ity fratern ring enginee y highest ranking honorar MEMBERS (Faculty )
Rankin. R M. Miles, A. I. Zeuch, W.C. Muilenberg, G. A. Hanley, H. R. Clayton , C. Y. Kershne r, K. K. Williams, R. Z. Forbes. C. R. Jackson . R. 0. Mann. C. V. Mains. R. W. McCloy, R. W.
Johnson, J. S. Chedsey , W. R. Walsh, D. F. Herold, P. G. Smothers. W. J. (Student )
Fick, A. F. Hack'3r, A. G. Smoot. E. L. Sexton. R. M. Summers, A. J. Finley, F W. Enochs, J, R. BonnetsM, W. J.
OFFICERS Cornecu , C. A. N!cholas. H. J. Zvanct, C. M. Alsmeyer, W. C. Pinqel M. E. Allen, A. W. Bruno, A. W. Davidson, F. R. Summer s. R. F. Dreste, J.P. Koch.C .O. Lies, W. D. Puetz. W. M. Wample r. H. R.
R. M. Sexton Presiden t Vice路President W. C. A'smeye r M. E. Pingel Secretar y Treasur er . Prof. D. F. Walsh
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Alsmeyer Brune O:.meau Ellett Fick Fields
Finley Lawler Lies Loes!ng, V. Lyons Moskopf
Nicholas Engle Paul Pingel Pohl Ray!
Rose Stevens Stowell Wampler Watten borger
Blue Key is a national. honorary, non-social fraternity. The Missouri School of Mines chapter of the National Blue Key Honor Fraternity selects its membership fr::>m those of the Junior and Senior classes who have shown outstanding qualities of leadership and a w!llinqness to work for the betterment of the school.
OFflCERS President __ H. R. Wampler W. D. lies Vice-Prel!ident Secretary-Treasurer H. J. Nicholas Corresponding Secretary C. M. Wattenbarger Alumni Secretary H. C. Stevens
The cardinal principle of Blue Key Is service. Its services Include: the printing of sports programs, compiling of student directories, pro路 motion of campus activities. and other similar services which move for a greater school spirit. All of these and more, have the energetic action of this honor society since Its formation on the campus of the School of Mines In 1933.
MEMBERS W. C. Alsmeyer A. W. Brune G. A. Engle C. A. Ellet A. F.Fick R. E. Fields F. W. Finley R. E. Gullfoy
A. G. Hacker W.J.Lawler W. D. Lies V. T. Loes!nq J. H. Lyons 0. M. Muskopf H. J, Nicholas F. P. Paul
M. R. Pingle R. A. Pohl J.W.Rayl A. H. Rose C. H. Stevens R. L. Stowell H. R. Wampler C. M. Wattenbarger
Bourchie r Engle Jaffe J Pingel
Boyd Fick James Stevens
Brune Fields Comann Stockton
Bush Haas, H. Kyle Stowell
Comeau Hacker Lies Thayer
Crockett Hardine Loesing, V. Trlsch
Dahm Humphre y McAnem ey Wampler
Founded at the Universit y of Minnesot a, October IS. 1904. Theta Tau has twenty-th ree chapters of which Iota Chapter at the Missouri School es路 of Mines was the eighth to be chartered . The present chapter was labllshed February 5, 1916. Theta Tau Is a national professio nal eng!路 nearing fraternity , not a honorary fraternity. Its members hip is chosen from those consider ed to have superior engineer ing abUlty. It is the purpose of Theta Tau to promote and maintain a high standard of professio nal Interest among Its members . MEMBERS
P. ]. Bourchle r R. K. Boyd G. V. Bradshaw R. S. Burberry A. W. Brune R. K. Bush C. A. Comeau W. E. Crockett R. R. Cutler G. P. Dahm R. A. Eck W.}. Eisman G. A. Enqle A. F. Fick
R. E. Fields H.W.Ha as A. G. Hacker W. E Hill V. R. Humphre y N. Jaffe H. T. James R. 0. Kasten W. D. Lles V. T. Loeslnq ]. M. McAnem ey C. T. Morris K. F. Kyle M. E. Pingel
C. M. Stevens H. C. Stevens H. R. Stockton R. Stowell W. M. Thayer D. L. Trisch C. A. Vogel H. R. Wampler A. W. Wilson E.R.Kromlca K. L. Hardlne R. K.Coman n
OFFICERS Reqent _____ K. L. Hardine Vice-Regent --- A. W. Brune - W. E. Crockett Scribe _ __ N. Jaffe Marshall -----Inner Guard _ H. W. Wampler Outer Guard _ C. A. Comeau Correspo nding Secretary A. W.Brune
Paqe Elqhty-on e
Butch Crecelius Flint Lambeth
Nicholas Pohl Rose Schaeffer
The Alpha Chi Sigma chemical fraternity was formed in 19G2 at tho University of Wisconsin. The growth of the fraternity has been rapid and It now numbers forty-six undergraduate chapters, seventeen profes路 sional chapters. and eight professional groups. The M. S. M. chapter, Beta Delta. was formed ln 1936 and its growth has been rapid also.
OFFICERS Moster Alchemist Wolter Dean Vice-Master Alchemist CarlZvonut Treasurer ___ Edmund Butch Recorder ------- Robert Pohl Reporter ___ Harold Nicholas Moster of Ceremonies Donald Crecelius
The obJects of the fraternity are: to bind Its members in a tie of true and lasting friendship; to strive for the advancement of chemistry both as a science and a profession; to old Its members by every possible means In the attainment of their ambitions as chemists.
MEMBERS J.P. Berndt H. P. Brueschke E. R. Butch R. H. Carmack E. L. Claridge A. A. Cochran G. R.Couch D. G. Crecelius W.'K. Dean M. C. Flint
M. M. Francis M.A. Gobush H. J, Hameso J, C. Johnson F. E. Johnson C. H. Krummel S. M. 'Kullfoy 1. R. Lambeth J.O.Mock 0. M. Muskopf
H. J. Nicholas R. A. Pohl A. P. Renwick C. A. Schaeffer 0. V. Smith D. R. Strehlau H. A. Voltz R.C. Wright W. E. Yates C. M.Zvanut
Beta Omicron Chapter of Alpha Phi Omega was founded on the campus of Missouri School of Mines In the spring of 1939. Alpha Phi Omega accepts as members any student who has at any lime received training with boy scout organizations. In keeping with the purposes of Its national organization founded at the lafayette University In 1925, the fraternity alms to assemble college men In fellowship of the Scout Oath and Law to develop friendship, and to promote service to humanity.
Allen, L. E. Blair,N. D. Butch, J. B. Cochran, A. Fox,J.H. Horky, W.J. Johannes, E. G. Johnson, J. K. Mitchell, J. J. Olde,F. W. Pautler, A. C.
Pollock, W. A. Schowalter, K. A. Shockley, G. B. Smothers, G. R. Steimke, F. Stuek, C. N. Wissler, L. V. Zac;ata, J. L. Drest~J, J. B.
Pledges Andrews, R. C. Batterman, N. W.
Brodhacker, J. W. Chernoff, P. Goodwin, W. G. Gygax, E. E. Jambor, J. R. Kloeris, P. W. Knoebel, C. W. Krumel, C. H. Sizer, J. A., Jr. Zimberg,R.
L Allen President --- - J. B. Butch VIce-President _ Secretary ___ _ J. K. Johnson ). H. Fox Treasurer
OFFICERS President ---- _ ----- ----A. G. Hacke r 1st Vice-President -------------- - - --- P. S. Elliot 2nd Vice-President --------------C. M. Wattenbarger Secretary ----------------- M. C. Ullrich Treasurer -------------------- ---- J. B. McKee Assistant Treasurer ---------- ----------1. A. Witt
Miss Rosalie Rashier, honorary Cadet Colonel, escorted by Fick.
MEMBERS Seniors Boyt, E. P. Brookshire, R. R. Butch, E. R. Crecelius, D. G. Elliot, P. S. Fick, A. F. Fields, R. E. Finley, F. W. Hacker, A. G. Holland, E. F. Kvle, F. K. Lambeth, J. R. McAnemey,J. M. McKee, J. B. Puetz, W.M. Rhodes, R. G. Schill, G. A. Sexton, R. M. Silhavy, R. C.
Smith, F. P. Summers, A . J. Wampler, H. R. Washburn, E. L. Wattenbarger, C. M. Topper, R. L. Juniors Beard, M. W. Black. C. S. Blankenship, G. H. Dahm. G. P. Doelling, W. E. Ferris, R. M. Fraser, W. C. Gonski, A. F. Guilfoy, R. F. Haas, H. W. Haas, G. G. Hagar. B. W. Hendricks, P. I.
King, W.M. Knittel, J. C. K1oeris, P. W. Loesing, V. T. McGhee, V . T. Maher, L. J. Martin, K. W. Nelson, P. C. Paul, F. P. Rayl, J. W. Schowalter, K. A . Thayer, W. M. Thias, R. L. Ullrich, M. C. Van Nostrand, R. G. Weidle, B. E. Wickliffe, J. M. Witt, J. A. Fox, J. H. Pewitt, B. D.
The local Post of the Society of America Military Engineers was established in the fall of 1937. Its purpose is to further the interests of the Society and to sponsor the annual Military Ball. The Society of American Military Engineers had its inception in the World War and was incorporated in 1920 in the District of Columbia. It was established for the purpose of furthering national defense and of linking more closely civilian and military engineers.
Allen. L. Doellinq Guilfoy Maher Schuman
BE'Ord Dohm Haas McAnemey Sexton
Becker Elliot, P. Hacker McGhee Silhavy Wampler
Block Ferris !aile McKee Smith Washburn
Blankenship Fick Lambeth Nelson Summers, A. W attenbarqer
Boyt Fields King Pewitt Thios Weidie
Brookshire Finley Kloeris Puetz Thayer Wicklifle
Butch Fox Knittel Ray! Topper Witt
Crecelius Fraser Kyle Schill Ullrich
Davidson Gonski Loesinq, V. Schowalter Van Nostrand
The Engineer unit of the R. 0. T. C. was established at the School of Mines in March, 1919, its primary mission being the procurement and training of young men who will enter the reserves of the Army 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 the regiment was again rated as an honor regiment as a result of the government inspection. At present there are about 400 students in the basic courses and 60 in the advanced course. The Cadet Colonel for this year has been Armin P. Fick.
Lieut. Col. Gordon
l st Battalion C 0. Cadet Major F. W. Finley and Battalion Adjutant Cadet Lieutenant V. 0. Becker.
This year's Honorary Colonel receives her cape ot office from th 3 retiring Honorary Colonel. The checkroom at intermission, Military Ball.
Major Alden Hacker, Second Battalion C. 0., and Lt. Leroy Allen.
Lt. Col. Gordon and Director Chedsey watch the regiment at drill. Cadet Col. Fick in profile. The Band is inspected. Page Eighty-seven
REGIMENTAL COMMAND AND STAFF Cadet Colonel A. F. Fick Regimental Commander ------Regimental Adjutant Cadet First Lt. W. M. Puetz Regimental Intelligence Officer Cadet First Lt. P. S. Elliot Regimental Plans and Training Officer -------- Cadet First Lt. E. L. Washburn Regimental Assistant Plans and Training Officer _ ____ _ Cadet First Lt. E. R. Butch Regimental Supply Officer __ Cadet First Lt. E. F. Holland Regimental Sergeant Major _ Cadet Tech. Sgt. J. M. Wickliffe BATTALIONS COMMAND AND STAFF First Battalion Battalion Commander Battalion Adjutant Battalion Sergeant
Cadet Major F. W. Finley Cadet First Lt. R. L. Topper Cadet Tech. Sgt. P. W. Kloeris Second Battalion
Battalion Commander Battalion Adjutant Technical Sergeant
Cadet Major A. G. Hacker Cadet First Lt. R. S. Brookshire Cadet Staff Sgt. B. E. Weidle
Cadet Cadet Cadet Cadet Cadet Cadet Cadet Cadet Cadet
A COMPANY H. R. Wampler Captain ------First Sergeant __ ------------ J. A. Wilt Staff Sergeant ---------- _ V. T. McGee First Lieutenant _ ------ __ F. P. Smith Sergeant _____ ----- __ _ _ J. C. Knittel Sergeant ----- _ --- __ R. K. Ramussen A. J. Summers First Lieutenant Staff Sergeant --------- ___ V. T. Loesing _ B. F. Ebeling Sergeant ----------
D COMPANY Cadet first Lieutenant _ _ C. M. Wattenburger _ M. C. Ullrlch Cadet First Sergeant _ ___ _ Cadet Staff Sergeant _ -------- M. W. Beard Cadet First Lieutenant ---- ---- R. G. Rhodes Cadet Staff Sergeant _ --- __ __ W. C. Fraser ________ A E. Schuman Cadet Sergeant Cadet First Lieutenant _ ___ _ J. M. McAnemey C. S. Beack Cadet Staff Sergeant _ ------A. F. Gonski _ ----- __ Cadet Sergeant
Cadet Cadet Cadet Cadet Cadet Cadet Cadet Cadet Cadet
B COMPANY J. R. Lambeth Captain ----------G. P. Dahm first Sergeant _ --------Staff Sergeant __ ---- ____ W. E. Doelllng First ieutenant --------------- F. K. Kyle _ G. G. Haas First Sergeant _ -----Sergeant ------------- __ C. A. Lambelet first Lieutenant -----··- ____ J. B. McKee __ R. L. Thias Staff Sergeant ---------- _ P. T. Hendricks Sergeant --------
Cadet Cadet Cadet Cadet Cadet Cadet Cadet Cadet Cadet
Cadet Cadet Cadet Cadet Cadet Cadet Cadet Cadet
C COMPANY _ R. M. Sexton Captain -------First Sergeant -------------- B. D. Pewill _ T. A. Hughes First Lieutenant _ ----Staff Sergeant -------- ___ W. M. Thayer Staff Sergeant -------· _ ----- F. P. Paul D. G. Crecelius First Lieutenant _ __ G. H. Blankenship Staff Sergeant -------- L. J. Maher Sergeant ------·---
F COMPANY ___ ____ Cadet Captain Cadet First Sergeant __ ---Cadet Staff Sergeant ------- R. G. Cadet First Lieutenant -------Cadet Staff Sergeant ----------_ ----- _ -Cadet Sergeant Cadet First Lieutenant _____ ___ Cadet Staff Sergeant -----------------------Cadet Sergeant
E COMPANY Captain First Sergeant Staff Sergeant ------ _ K. first Lieutenant ____ _ Staff Sergeant _ ------Sergeant _ _ ------ ·--First Lieutenant ---------Staff Sergeant ---------Sergeant ________ -----
_ N. D. Jaffe R. F. Guilfoy A. Schowalter R. C. Sllhavy H. W. Haas V. E. Knittel V. 0. Becker W. M. King B. W. Hager
E. A. Schill K. W. Martlil VanNostrand G. E. Fields J. W. Ray! P. C. Nelson E. P. Boyt R. M. Ferris S. Burberry
_A-merican Socief'l o/ Ceramic Gngineer3
OFFICERS _ President W. E. Crockett A. W. Allen Vice-President J. V. Heddell _ Sec'y-Treos.
In 1937 the local Orten Society, comprising the students in Ceramic Engineering, became the Missouri School of Mines Student Branch of the American Society of Ceramic Engineers. The society sponsors meetings at w hich motion pictures descriptive of the Ceramic Industry are shown and interesting talks are made by prominent men of the field. Its purpose is to bring the members of the curriculum into a closer bond of fellowship and to bring others interested in the industry in closer' contact with it. MEMBERS Allen, A. Elliott, F. Stelmke, F. Dusza,). Crockett, W. Pingel. M. Humphr~y. ). Bowman,M. Bishop, L. Bute,H. Johnston, ).
Bolz.L. Gibson, E., Miss Davis, R. Burst,). Werner, R. Stern, L. Crookston,). Rasmussem, R. Krill, C. Krill, K. Durham. H.
MathewD. r. Key, E. Smothers. W. Lambelet, C. Mooney,K. Leqqett, H. Smith, R. Sllhavy, R. Faculty Or. P. G. Herold Prof. C. E. Henderson
o/ Chemica/ Gngineer~ In 1939 the Missouri School of Mines chapter of the Ira Remson Society was granted a charter in the American Institute of Chemical Engineers. The object of the organizatio n is to stimulate an interest in chemical engineering and to afford each student an oportunity to present to the group any experience that he may have had in summer practice. The meetings are held twice a month and occasionally men of prominence in science and industry are invited to address the society.
OFFICERS President A. Cochran _ _ Vlce路President C. Koch Treasurer A. Rose Secretory F. Kissllnqer --
MEMBERS A. Cochran C. Koch A. Rose F. Kisslinqer D. McClain !. Mack C. Zavanut J. VanPool J, Lessman R. Pohl E. Hendersen W, Kehner M.Gobush
S. Kullfay W. Pollock J,Schwaiq C. Muskoph B. Hagar C. Shaffer V.Smith H.Maumt' H. Durham E. McCain M.Scott G. Shockley J. Berndt
M.Flint R. Fritzie H. Barnett H. Flood N. Kadera D. Christensen J. Schmlll H. Kurusz ].Johnson C. Krummel A. Meyer K.Vauqhan
o/ Gfeclricaf Gm;ineer:J
OFFICERS President _ A. Noel Reagan Vice-President _ W. Bennetsen Sec'y Treas. Art Wilson
In March, 1925, the student branch of the American Institute of Electrical Engineers was established on the Missouri School of Mines campus. The club holds meetings throughout the year where talks are given to foster interest in the profession and provide each member an opportunity to express himself before the group. Short talks by men in the profession also acquaint the students with the practical side of engineering which is so important when he leaves school to become part of the industry. A. I. E. E. Senior Aves, Wm. !.. Bennetsen, W. }. Blair. N.D. Enochs.}. R. Finley, FW. Kerr,). W. K!nq, E. F. Kueker. L. A Lelsher A. P. Lynch, D.S. McKee,}. B. Miller. R. F. Reagan. A. N. Schill, E. A. Schwab. C. F. Sexton, R. M. Springer, I. I. Weber,C.S. Weiner, M. C.
Washburn, E. L. Smith, H. B. Junior Stevens. C. M. Altman. Wm. Thias, R. L. Block.M. J. Townsend. W. A. Brielmaier, P. A. Voqei,C. A. Brinkman, J. E. Walker, R. H. Cherrick. I. L. Watlcins, R. A. Fraser. W. C. W eidle. B. E. Gogan, R. E. Wilson, A. W. Gonski, A. F. Zanzie, C. E. Gurnea, E. M. Sophomore Hollander. R. W. Andrews, R. C. James, Richard Costopolos. C.}. Johnk, C. T. A. Dreste, F. E. Knittel. V. E. Eads. R. H. Marlin. K. W. Flessa, V. E. Mitchell, J_ L. Frls, E. S. Nelson, P. C. Gehrer, V. A. Pewitt, B. D. Hancock, F. 1. Sherman, K. I. Hanna, R. L.
Harlow, R. W. Hawk, G. W. Judkins, P.R. Kline, S. S. Greene, A. N. Klund, W. E. McClain, E. F. McCutche!', F. L. Marlin, G. S. Milton, Osborne Reed. J. A. Ruhle, E. T. Seigle, R. K. Senne, J. H. Skitok, G. G. Vandeven, E. 0. Zaqata, J. R.
anJ metallurgical GntJineerJ The student branch of the American Institute of Mining and Metallurgical Engineers was established to unite the members of the mining and metallurgy departments in order that they might discuss current problems pertaining to their field. This is accomplished by brinqing prominent speakers from various 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 journal. J. Allen A. Adler N. Boelter 0. Banes W. Brackbill V. Becker E.Buch R. Boker S. ]. B&ers A. W.Brune F.S.Busueqo R. Cornett C. Clarkson H. M.Ciark C. Comeau J. Dunn G. Oaken J. Dodqe R. D. El!Jott W.Eismon
MEMBERS C. Lambert P. Elliott W. McConnell A. Fick V. T. McGhee D. Falklnqham C. Merrell S. Gayer Don Mclean J. W. Gardner j. Nuestaeder H. R. Ha11 N.Nicola M. Hl!lnnlnq C. Newman A. Hacker W. L. Nesley H. Haas D. C. Perry G. Haas T. Pierce P. Hendricks J, Polhemus C. Farren J. W.Rayl W. R. }oeslnq S. Rimel C. Jacoby E. Ruelle T. Jones H. Robertson T. James E. RasslnJer E. R. Kromka E. Ruth J. Katz R. Roley G. R. Leland j. W. Schaeffer V. Loesinc;r
W. Sherman W. Schrouler H. J. Schroeder H. St9vens R. Srauk J. Shankland F. Stewart R.Stowell W. M. Thayer M. C. Ullrich R. Winkle F. W. Welch V.A.Wilt J.G. Wink H. Wampler J. Wagner I. Wise W. M.Kinq W. Kilgour
J, S. Dodqe
____ President A. W. Brune _ Vice-President W. L. Nealey ----- Secretary H. T. james ----- - Treasurer Dr. G. A. Muilenburg Faculty .Advisor Dr. H. A. Buehler Outside Advisor
The American Society of Civil Engineers of the Missouri School of Mines was organized with the aid of Professor J. B. Butler in 1923. OFFICERS President __ W. C. Alsmeyer Vice-President R. Burberry Sec'y-Treasurer H. Stockton Faculty Advisor Prof. E. W. Carleton Senior Contact Member C.P.Owens Junior Contact Member Mr. Short
The purpose of the Society is to afford means by which the Civil Engineering students will be able to acquire a knowledge of their field work from sources other than the class room. Membership is open to Sophomores, Juniors, and Seniors enrolled in Civil Engineering. MEMBERS Seniors W. C. Alsmeyer
R.K.Boyd W.H.Boume R. Brookshire Fred Burgett W. R. Danson F. Davidson R. E. DeWitt J, Dreste R. H. Egbert M. Grisham Jane Hall 'K. L. Hardlne W. Horky
K. Kyle K. Livingstone J. M. McAnerney G. Pace H. R. Stockton D. L. Trisch Juniors M. W.Beord R. Burberry A . K.Coolc
R. Cunningham D. Decker A. DeVolve A.Homyk T. A. Hughes
John Love C. J. Meyer }. Quick H. Smelser C. R. Trotter E. Vogelsang R. J. Weiss Sophomores R.O. Kasten B.R.Landls Anton Leone H. t. Magee C. H. Moore
American Sociel'! o/ mechanical Gngineer~ The American Society of Mechanical Engineers was founded in 1880, and the Missouri School of Mines branch was organized in the spring of 1930 by Dr. A. 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. This purpose is accomplished by having men of prominence in science and industry address the society at its meetings. Members are offered opportunity for valuable experience in expressing themselves in technical topics by presen tation of technical papers. MEMBERS Androes Andreae John Austin Herman Bottcher Morlan Boyer EugeneBoyt George Bradshaw Harry Buckner William Busch Edward Chernoff Ray Comogllo William Eisman Ralph Elsea Roy Ferris Robert Fields Raymond Finch
Adolph Gebhardt Eugene Gottschalk James Grimm Robert Guilfoy Alvin Hass James Johnson Nelson Koerner Leslie Maher Charles Morris FredOlde Jack Olsen Anthony Pautler William Puetz Kenneth Roffman Robert Schoenthaler
OFFICERS President _ Allan J. Summers VIce-Pres. _____ Earl Smoot Secretory _ Robert E. Fields Chris Wattenbarger Trees.
Austin Schuman Robert Schweitzer Floyd Smith Earl Smoot Lawrence Stewart Leonard Stohldrfer Allan Summers Robert Summers Robert Underhill Warren Wager! Chris Wattenbarger Leonard Wolff Jobn Zogata
The Student Council of the Missouri School of Mines was founded in 1937. The Council is composed of eighteen members, of which nine are representatives from the nine social fraternities on the campus and the remaining nine representatives of the Independents. The object of the Student Council is to form a mutual relationship between the students and the faculty and to maintain a just form of student government.
As a step
to maintain this relationship, the council appoints the Rollamo and Miner Board of Control, Intramural Board of Control, St. Pat's Board of Control, Dance Date Committee, and the General Lecture Committee. These com路 mittees exercise supervisory position over their respective activities.
Armin F. Fick
James S. Dodge Charles A. Ellett
Brackbill Alsmeyer Allen, A. Ellett Dodge Crecelius Haas, A. Finley fick Lambeth Comann Hacker Stowell Rasmussen Lies Wampler Topper
_ Bouchier, P. J.
Alsmeyer, W. C.
Flck. A. F.
Finley. F. W.
Hacker, A. G.
WamplEr, H. R.
Fields. R. E.
Smith, V. A.
I ndependen Is
Co mann, R. K.
----- Stowell, R. L.
_ Kuruez. H. _ Rayle. J. W.
Muskopf. 0. M.
PI Kappa Alpha
Lies, W. D.
Hammann, E. E. Smll!l H
Lambda Chi Alpha _ • Ellett, C. A. Trianqle
_ Dodge, J. S.
Radcliff. R. S. Ma1hews. W. P.
Theta Kapra Phi -----
Haas, A. G.
Allen, A. W.
Crecelius. D. L. •
Topper, R. L.
Brackbill, R. M.
_ Weldle, B. E. Slndel. A.
---- McGee. V . T.
Alpha Lambda Tau --· Kind, D. --------- Westerveldt, J. A.
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Axmacher Go Nun Owens
Bowman Hardlne Rose
Brackbill Kirkpatrick Shoernacher
Carroll Kyle Stevens
Dorsey Loveridge Weaver
Engle Lyons Westwater
Falk.ingham Newman Zoller
Established in 1930, the St. Pat's Board consists of two representatives from each Fraternity and four from the independents. The Board is appointed each year to make arrange路 ments for the three days celebration which pays homage to the Patron Saint of Engineering, St. Pat. Throughout the year the Board gives several dances for the entertainment of the student body and also to raise funds for St. Pat's proper. The St. Pat's Board has done much to make our St. Pat's celebration one of the most unique affairs in the country. OFFICERS Seniors
H. C. Stevens. President R. S. Westwater, Vlce路Preaident C. Newman, Treasurer R. C. Owens, Secretary K. L. Hardine, Finance Chairman W. L. Loveridge, Dance Chairman D. H. Falkingham, Advertising Chairman W. E. Bowman, Decorating Chairman F. K. Kyle, Utility Chairman R. T. Weaver, Activity Chairman R. S. Dorsey, Specialties Chairman
G. A. Engle N.H.GaNun J. W. Zoller J, W. Kirkpatrick A. H. Rose R. M. Brackbill T.V. Carroll J. H. Lyons D. H. Frizzel R. L. Shoemacher G. W. Axmacher
In 1935 the non-Fraternity men on theM. S.M. Campus organiz ed "The Indepen dents." The object of this organization, as outlined in its constitution, is to organize the non-fraternity men so they can better participa te in the various athletic, social and other activities on this campus. The organiza tion was designe d to meet the needs of that large group of men who would have no other means of particip ation in campus activities. All students , who are not member s of sccial fraternities on the M. S. M. Campus , are eligil::le for memcer ship, and will become active member s upon the paymen t of their annual dues. The Indepen dents sponsor two C:ances each year, given a t the Gymnas ium, to which all students are invited. Its member s are actively engaged in all of the various intramu ral sports and social activitles on the campus .
Om CERS H. R. Wampler
A. F. Flck __ VIce-Presi dent Secretary W. C. Alsmeyer A. G. Hacker _ _ _ Treasurer
BOARD OF CONTROL
C. E. Dick R. E. Wampler V. H. Smith
R. S. Burberry G. S. Martin K. W. Vaughan
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The Rollamo board has as its sole purpose the composing and publishing of the Rollamo. The board is composed of students who are deemed capable of producing a year book worthy of M. S. M. Election to the Rollamo board can only be obtained through meritious service on the part of the "tryout". Each "tryout" is graded on material as to quantity and quality ond elected if his work meets the approval of the editors. The Rollamo board sincerely hopes that each of you will enjoy the '41 Rollamo as much as we have enjoyed presenting it to you.
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OFFICERS W. D. Lies ----------- _____ Editor
W. G. Kilgour ---- Busmess Manager R. S. Westwater ____ Managing Editor C. E. Zanzie ------------ Sports Editor ). V. Carroll ------- Advertlsinq Editor
W. J, Lawler -------- Humor Editor
STAFF G. L. Blankenship D. N. Christensen G. A. Engle F. W.Finley ). L. Grimm jane Hall W. F. Horky E. G. Johannes J. L. K1ssack D.S.Lynch W. F. McConnell K. W. Marlin
J. Mazzoni M. E. Nevins R. C. Owens W. E. Rosser C. G. Schauble J, N. Schwaig R.C.Silhavy C. M. Stevens R. L. Stowell C.J. Weis V. H. Zoller
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The Missouri Miner is a newspaper published twice a week entirely by students of the Missouri School of Mines. A new and apparently successful venture in the history of the paper was undertaken this year. Heretofore it was a weekly paper; this year it was published twice weekly. Its purpose is to act as a medium for the dissemination of news and to work for the advancement of the school by the promotion of goodwill among students, faculty, and organizations. Officers and new members are elected each spring by members of the board. STAFF Editor-in-Chief ------- ------ - ------ F. W. Finley Business Manager __ R. H. Egbert Managing Editors W. J. Bennetson, H. Nicholas Advertising Manager N. Joffe Circulation Managers __ _ M. M. Henning, C. M. Wattenbarger
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STAFF MEMBERS Editing Allen, J. C. Lawler, W. J. Zanzie, C. E. Stueck, C. N. News Dapartment Ahl, H. C. Banes, 0. H. Hall, Jane Johannes. E. G. Koch, C. 0. Lynch, D. S. Martin, C. S. Nevins, M. E. Vaughn, K. W. Zoller, V. W. Fox, J. H.
Sports EditorStevens, C. M. Business Dept. Anderson, W. R. Kilgour, W. J. Miller, R. F. Owens, R. C. Paul, F. P. Reed, J. A. Stohldrier. L. S. Strickler, H. 0. Wise, J. W. Advertising Dept. Brackbill, R. M. Brookshire, R. R. Hoener, F. W.
Loveridge, W. L. Eck, R. A. Kirkpatrick, J. W. Schwaig, J. W. Zagata, J. Circulation Dept. Becker, V. 0. Dusza, J. T. Grimm, L. J. Melvin, R. I. Mooney, C. E. Muskopf. 0. M. Pohl, R. A. Rutile, E. T. Rasmussen, R. K.
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OFFICERS _ President F. P. Smith Sec'y-Treas. R. F. Summers
BOARD OF CONTROL
Berndt. J.P. Jaffe, Nathan Krill, F. M. Pohl, R. A. Smith, F. P. Witt,]. A.
In March of 1938 a group of students organized what was then known as the M. S. M. Forum, for the purpose of obtaining satisfactory meals at a more economical figure. This organization, its original name changed to "The Shamrock Club", still exists on the campus. The club not only provides a high standard of living for its members, but also promotes interest in school activities. The organization is ruled by a six-man board-of-control which selects new members on a basis of their personality and activities.
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MEMBERS Ambrose, George Balin, Robert Barnett, Harvey Berndt, Joe Bottcher, Hermann Bourchier, Paul Bradshaw, George Brodhacker, John Brune, Art Burberry, Sidney Burke, Edmund Busch, Bill Clarkson, Charles Couch, Robert Dunn, John Engle, Gordon Enochs, John Feldhaus, Ralph Fick, Armin Fields, Robert Finley, Fred Fishman, Sidney Frost, Quintin Goss, Noel Grigsby, Harry Grimm, Leonard Guilioy, Robert Gurnea, Elven
Hacker, Allan Hardine, Kenneth Harness. Hugh Heddell, James Hoff. Dave Jaffe. Nathan Judkins, Phillip Kasten, Raymond Koch. Charles Koeller, Eugene Krill. Carl Krill, Earl Lynch, Dan Mack, James McKee, Jack Magee, Horace Martin, Eugene Martin, Kent Mitchell, Jim Moeller, Jack Muskopf, Oscar Morris, Charles Mueller, Jack Naert, Robert Nevin, John Nevin, fames Nevin, Fred Nevins, Marvin
Nelson, Paul Nicola. Nick Olson, Jack Pfau, Louis Pierson, Laurence Pingle, Marvin Pingle, Vernon Pohl, Robert Quick, Jack Rasmussen , Rene Regan, Noel Requarth, John Schill, Eugene Schultz, Edward Smith, Floyd Smoot, Earl Strickel, William Summers, Allan Summers, Robert Thayer, William Ullrich, Melvin Wager!, Warren Wagner, George Wattenbarg er, Chris Weiner, Max Witt, Jack Zanzie, Charles
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The M. S. M. Varsity Orchestra functions on the campus primarily as a cooperative organization. The past two years has seen the band develop into one which any person would enioy dancing to. The "Varsity", as it is called, provides the swing music at M. S. M. for the majority of the school and fraternity dances. The rhythm, the nucleus of any good swing band, is centered around drummer Vernon Johnson. Matching Vernon but "driving" the bull fiddle is Bob Stowell. To round out this section we find Eric Casey playing the piano. In the brass section we have Nelson GaNun, now leader of the orchestra, playing first trumpet and doing a mighty fine job of it, too. Kenny "Stretch" Meyer and Jerry Higley show the really hot choruses. The slide trombone is handled in great style by Louis Cambell who renders those easy on the ear sobs and Chuck Faulkner who does a fine job on the second trombone. Combined, these boys form a brass section that M. S. M. can be proud of. Jimmie Katz, Bob Smith, Dick Wheat, and John Ritchie compose the sax section. Each of these fellows is a master of his trade and does justice to the music of the "Varsity". The orchestra as a result of hard work has developed into one of the best dance bands in this section and should go places in the near future.
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The "M" club was founded in 1939, with its obJects being to raise the sportsmans hip of the Missouri School of Mines and to create a better spirit among the athletic teams. The members encourage more men to partake in the sports of our school and lend assistance in any of the athletic contests. The major qualificatio n of membershi p is to letter in any conference sport. OFFICERS President _ Vice-President Secretary __ Treasurer -- ---------- ---------- - --------
Harold Wampler Frank Rcgers William Nesley Charles Clarkson
MEMBERS B. G. Bruce J. V. Carroll M. A. Catan:.::aro C. F. Clarkson A. A. Cochran A.K.Cook C. A. Comeau R. J. Cunningha m F. R. Davidson
M. S. Domianovi ch C. A. Durphy R. H. Eads A. F. Fick N.H.GaNu n W.L. Nesley M. E. Nevins N. S. Nicola F. B. Rogers
R. C. Silhavy L. G. Spinner H. R. Stockton I. 0. Strawhun 0. H. Taylor J. Van Pool G. M. Veale H. R. Wampler
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OFFICERS J. W. Jensen Marie Davis Jane Hall
Director Asst. Director Sec'y-Treas .â&#x20AC;˘ Stage Manager C. R. Moise Faculty Advisor
Alpha Psi Omega is the national honor dramatic fraternity. The Alpha chapter was founded at Fairmont Stale College, Fairmont, West Virginia. The School of Mines Cast, Delta Pi, was granted a chapter in May of 1934, and this new organization replaced the former known as the M. S. M. players. Membership in the local chapter is limited to students and faculty of the School of Mines who have taken part in two p!ays, and to persons, who, because of their extraordinary interest in dramatics. have been granted honorary membership. Faculty Barley, J. W. Cullison, J. S. Maise,C.R. Ranes,G.O. Students John Boland Marie Davis Jane Hall Donald Jngerson
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MEMBERS James Jensen Virginia Schultz Pledges John Allen Merlyn Block Herman Bottcher John Dawson Frank Fink Phoebe Harlow Erwin Henderson
John Hermann Jaclt Wilt Wayne Hoereth Glenna Jarvis Charles Morris Paul Nelson Peggy Pohle Edc:ar Rasslnier Gilbert Shockley Harry Smith Mary Ruth Wilson
The Interfrate rnity Council as the name implies is a council of two represent atives from each of the social fraternities on the campus. The function of this group is to promote harmony and goodwill between the members of the different organizations and to further their interest on the campus. The council arranges for the Interfraternity Dance each year and plans the social rushing, and athletic functions of the fraternitie s of M. S. M. OFFICERS President ____ C. G. Schauble Vice-President __ Reed DeForest Secretary ---- - Cecil Jennings Treasure r _ _ ___ Norman Blair MEMBERS Fraternity Alpha Lambda Tau Kappa Alpha Kappa Sigma Lambda Chi Alpha Pi Kappa Alpha SigmaNu Sigma Pi Theta Kappa Phi Triangle
Seniors Johnston, J. K. Owens, R. C. Blair, N.
DeForest, R. Trisch, D. L. Jennings, C. E. Burgett, F. F. Dusza, J. J. Schauble , C. G.
Juniors Kind, D. Fentzke, D. Clark, H. Walker, R. Paul, F. P. Anderson , W. R. Schilling, J. Axrnache r, G. Neubert, R. L.
Axmachar Blair DeForest
Owens Paul Schauble Trisch Walker
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Asher Davis, I. Davis. M. Gibson
Hall Lloyd Schultz, C. Schultz. V.
Alpha Chapter: Founded October, 1940 The Co-Eds of M. S. M. organized for the first time in 1939; they formed the Rollamo Co-Eds. They were under the guid::mce of Mrs. W. T. Schrenk, Dean of Women, who was faculty! advisor of the club the rest of the year. At the beginning of this year the girls decided that they would form a sorority; again under the guidance of Mrs. W. T. Schrenk, they drew up the charter of the first chapter of Phi Delta Chi. OFFICERS President _ ----- - -- ----------Vice-President ----- ---------------Secretory-Treasurer ------- __
Jane Hall Mary Frances Strawhun _ _ Naomi Asher
MEMBERS Naomi Ashgr Nancy Bertram Irene Davis Marie Davis Eleanor Gibson
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Jane Hall Hattie Bell Kerr Jeanne Lloyd Peqqy Pohle Joyce Powell Cornelia Read
Catherine Schultz Vlrqlnla Schultz Ardith Spenlco Mary Frances Straw hun Rosemary Teasdale Mary Ruth Wilson
Founded University of Virginia, 1868 Alpha Kappa Chapter Founded:
D. L. Trisch ------
President Vice-President W. D. Lies __ D. N. Christensen _ Secretary Treasurer H. Nicholas _
MEMBERS Blankenship, G. H., Jr. Eck, R. A. Egbert, R. H. Fleischli, J. E. GaNun. N.H. Glover, J. J. Hammann, E. E. Hanna, R. L. Kissack, J. L.
Krueger, H. A. Lies, W. D. Nicholas. H. Paul, E. P. SUhavy, R. C. Trisch, D. L. Weis, C. J. Westwater, R. S. Christensen, D. N.
PLEDGES Bingham, D. H. Bosworth, H. M. Bush, A. J. Clark, W. H. DeWitt, R. E. Ehrlich, R. L. Gollub, W. Harlow, R. W. Cook, A. K.
McClain, E. F.
Hartcom, L., Jr. Hellwege, W . H. Jenkins, J. D. Jones, E. F. Oldham, R. W. Smith, 0. V. Sizer, J. A., Jr. Trudeau, R. M .â&#x20AC;˘ Jr.
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Founded: September, 1925 Mu Chapter, November 29, 1936
J. T. Dusza President __ _ Vice-President __ R. S. Dorsey Secretary _ _ E. T. Myskowski Steward-Treasurer E. T. Ruttle Historian ____ _ ]. A. Schwaig E. J. Rauch Sergeant-at-Arms PLEDGES ]. Bottani W. J. Christman P. E. Des Jardins R. E. Emmenegger E. C. Goetemann D. A. Greco T. J. Hoby R. W. Klorer
G. Larsen R. Lieb R. T. Lohmann
J. Martini D. ]. Stocker E. Vandeven R. Weiss M. C. Zwirbla
C. W. Axmacher B. C. Carmondy M. A. Catanzaro R. S. Dorsey J. T. Dusza A. G. Haas
A. P. Leisher W. P. Mathews E. T. Myskowski E. J. Rauch E. T. Ruttle J, A. Schwaig
Founded: University of Illinois, 1907 Missouri Mines Chapter, Installed, 1927 Formerly Grubstakers Club
OFFICERS W. J. Lawler __ _ President P. W. Kloeris _ Vice-President C. G. Schauble _ _ Treasurer SecretaTy L. J. Maher ___ MEMBERS H. T. Gibbons C. G. Schauble J. S. Dodge, Jr. D. H. Falkingham L. J. Maher P. W. Kloeris W. J. Lawler R. F. Davidson
J. A. Mazzoni J. V. Carroll L. E. Rosser D. J. Coolidge, Jr. R. L. Neubert R. S. Radcliffe K. W. Radcliffe
PLEDGES R.N. Underhill E. G. Johannes J. J. Lowery J. H. Locher B. T. Brady R. P. Connett R. Hamner
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Founded: Boston U., 1909 Alpha Delta Zeta Chapter Founded 1917 Formerly Mucker's Club
J. H. Lyons President _ __ Vice-President W.E.Bowman W. R. DeForest Secretary _ Treasurer _ -- C. M. Stevens MEMBERS Active Ahl, H. C. Allen, J. C. Allen, M. E. Andrews, R. C. Aves, W. L. Birch, E. J. Bowman, W. E. DeForest. W. R.
Dietiker, R. Ellett, C. A. Horky, W. F. Kilgour, W. J. Lyons, J. H. Smith, H. B. Stark. D. Stevens, C. M. Walker, R. H.
PLEDGES Holz, 0. Vaida, P. Mellis, B. Pollock, L. Bartels, L. Schroll, E. MichelL J,
Franz, B. Macke, F. Brew, B. Usrey, J. Green, B. Brown, G. Rayl, J.
Founded at Virginia Military Academy, 1869. Gamma Xi Chapter founded 1903.
OFFICERS W. L. Loveridge President _ J. R. Lambeth Vice-President Secretary ___ W. R. Anderson F. H. Hoener Treasurer MEMBERS
R. F. Miller W. R. Anderson 0. Milton A. B. Black J.P. Munsch J. V. Boland H. Priestley J, R. M. Brackbill J. A. Reed J. W. Gardner J. R. Roux F. H. Hoener H. 0. Strickler C. E. Jennings 0. H. Taylor J. R. Lambeth J. W. Wise Loveridge W. L. W. F. McConnell
PLEDGES R.E. Balmat L. F. Bridge G. T. Cross J. F. Faser J. S. Harris J. M. Johnson J. H. Keller J. W. Matthews R. J. Melvin
K. Meyer R. Milton W. C. Pierson J. L. Shafer J. C. Sproat W. G. Sutterfield G. H. Thomas J.D. Thomas D. A. Wicker
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Founded: U. of Virginia, 1860 Beta Chi Chapter Founded Dec., 1903
OFFICERS Clinton Newman President _ Vice-Pres. __ Herb. Brueschke Jaques Zoller Secretary _ _ Treasurer _ -- Norman Blair MEMBERS Active Heinicke, Otto Adams, Washington Keller, Edward Blair, Norman Lessman, Joseph Brackett, Richard Newman, Clinton Brouk, Ralph Peterson, Art Brueschke, Herbert Sindel, Albert Clark, Hugh Stueck, Neil Crummel, Clyde Zoller, Jaques Crecelius, Don Zoller, Victor Fleschner, Fred Hanyen, Clyde
Pledges Helm, Bill Bassett, Bill Hubbard, Bill Benjamin, Walter Koenig, Stan Blair. Duke Knoebel, Carl Brand. Den Kruger, Earl Deitz, Bob Mooney, Ken Damian, John Naert, Gil Frame, Russ Oboum, Mac Fuchs, Alan Scholz, Art Garvey, Glen Vollherbst, Ed. Gettys, Tom Walker, Odie Hawk, George
Founded: Washington and Lee University, 1865. Beta Alpha Chapter Installed: 1903
OFFICERS President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer
Robert Topper J. McAnemy J. Kirkpatrick V. McGhee
MEMBERS Active Owens, C. Burnett, L. Cochran, A. Schwab, C. Fentzke, D. Tolen, J. Kirkpatrick, J Tepper, R. McAnemy, J. Wyatt, D. McGhee, V.
Pledges Bruce, R. Hadley, T. l.ft路hburt, C. Koe'mel, J. Laml:elet, C. Schmidt, R. Sparks, C.
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Founded : Ogletho rpe University in 1916. Phi Chapter founded in 1935. Forrnerly known as Bonanz a Club.
OFFICERS __ Presiden l Daniel Kind __ Vice-Presiden l Robert Wright _ Treasur er Kenneth Kyle Scribe Jason Johnston MEMBERS Dan Frissell Enos Key Robert Schweitzer Julian Fuller James Henders on
Rayfield Gogan Roger Butler Robert Dunham Joseph Miazga Dan Dopuch
Push it in.
Ring Out Wild Bells.
Cheer, Cheer, Cheer.
In these pages you will find a review of the year's events in both word and picture.
represent some of the lighter and more relaxing moments of an academic career.
SEPTEMBER Class of '44 arrives in RoUa. K. S. members arrive on train with Class of '44. Harris Hall almost completed. Blue Key starts directory. Enrollment ·hils new high Armsby hits new low. Sophomores pass tobacco to freshmen. Freshmen pass ou•. Townspeople protest against de· pantsinq. freshmen protest against Sopho· more barbers. Sophomores take out ba1ber's Ji. cense. Miners beat Arkansas - Miners BEAT Arkansas. DeU Wade upholds Senior tradi· ilion of hirsute growth. Siqma PI's pledge freshmen. Siqma PI's return borrowed radio. Co·ed Cheerleaders draw capo· city crowds. Rush to complete nl'lw Chern. five men work tUI 4:30 Bldg. instead of 4:00.
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OCTOBER First free show for a nickel. Student body travels en mossg to see MinerBilliken game. Moral victory for Miners. 0-0. Pollee tell Folkingham not to drink on orounds. Falkinghom tells police, "it's too late now". Second free show for a nickel. Students register for Selective Ssrvlce. Parents Day o huge success. MINER takes 10% (10 people) cross section of school's political standing. "MINER says to Willkie" - "Willkie says to MINER". Faculty says to MINER. MINER announces non-partisan policy.
Clayton advises senior "Mets" to buy text:\...!.- _ books. stay Midsemester grades go home \\ in Rollo. Cunninqhom to Nevins pass gives u ' over Kirksville.
Fourth free show for o nickel. Berull buys new car. Roosevelt finally decides on giving. Miners place third In M. I. A. A. Chemistry department opprov
NOVEMBER Miners meet Springfield Bears. No free show foro nickel. School dedicates Homecoming to Closs of 'IS. Alumni dedicate empty bottles to school. Senior "Mets" complain about qrodes.
St. Pot's Boord members stort-<Qeet ". vale. Santo Claus visits Miners Short month.
JANUARY Miners come bock with headache, run into anfinal exams. other Lawler reports on activities al B!ue Key Convention ln K. C. Convention reports Lawler to local chapter. MINER Scoop: "Nelle Koerner Once Kissed by Queen of Belgium." Flue epidemic hils school. Army camp comes to Rolla. Students glvo up. Profs. give finals Gibbons finally graduates. with a 20. Deforest passes E. E. Pi K A 's have trouble with Stephen's authori路 ties. Doc Moise retires to Industry. New semester starts. everybody swears to quit Same old story this foolin' around and settle down to some steady studyln'. FEBRUARY Schill loses date and faith in women. Military Ball gives Miners excuse to "gel on the Ball". St. Pat's Board comes out of its two month huddle. St. Pat's Board announces lucille Sllmson as Queen of love. Beauty, and Politics. Army Camp construction well under way. Townspeople ren t rooms to camp-workers Students sleep In basement. Prof. Lovett receives Valentine.
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MARCH "Taw Ball" pledges the wrong men-as usual. Romance on the campus, Spenkc> McArdle engaged. St. Pat's finally arrives. Jennings Is told what a swell lime he had. Postoffice works overtime delivering "Spec路 ials" Busse goes promptly to bed ev<:lry nile - how dull. prints two MINER gels excited over St. Pat'c issues dated 3-8-'41. Student Council can't decide whether to buy sweaters or keys. First half of Chern. Bldg. finally completed. Students march on Jeff. City anrl petition Governor for dormitory. APRIL Middlebusb announces Chedsey's resignation. Society for Advancement of M. S. M. asks for Middlebush s resignation. M. S. M. receives national publicity. St. Pat's Board goes into huddle again. Kirkpatrick new St. Pat's Board President. Chern. Bldg. dedicated.
Legislators visit M. S. M.- M!ddlebusb couldn't be convinced that Fire Assaying is not com路 mercia! method for Au extraction. McGowan takes her out ev路 Spring arrives ery nile. Senior Chems. take annual trip to St. Louis. Senior Chems. pour Dorsey Into bottle and bring him back. ROLLAMO GOES TO At Last Finally PRESS.
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A MINER'S DREAM COME TRUE Once a year, every year, a celebration comes to Rolla thc:t makes every engineer happy for the remaining school year. Long reports, shotgun qulzes, final exams, and midsemester grades all fade Into the yesteryear and any true blue miner will tell you that St. Pat's is worth every bit of the hard work he has put in. With a song in his heart and a spring In his step, Joe Miner puts aside his slide rule and his text books. and prepares to enjoy himself for this all too short three day holiday in the Month of March. Today St. Pat's is a tradition at the Missouri School of Mines but it was not always so. The University of Missouri played a promlnont part toward the establishment and growth of this annual campus event. For 38 years St. Patrick's Day passed unobserved and unheralded on the M. S. M. campus. Of course, everyone knew St. Patrick was the Engineer's pahon Saint, but still no move was made toward any type of celebration. Finally in March, 1908. some of our fellow engineers stationed at Colu bla, extended an invitation to participate in their celebration. was small at that time and very thinly populated, the studen a representative and to help pay expenses through a call-- 路- "''N petty details were made clear, the collection was co:nd,uct:~~IJ~~I.ast school was to find out something about St. Patrick's Day. Records do not tell whether our crusader was a full returned with a goodly portion of his expense money still With the return of the envoy In his surprising the suggestion that we too might have some sort of a night, March 16, a number of our mere resourceful our more artistic ones and the following day signs campus, declaring March 17 a holiday. Since most engineers can read and write, the idea lng a healthy following and bringing the desired re>-:ult. tire student body appeared at the depot, supplied to a man with green green ties, and shillalahs.
The students lined up with seniors In the front and freshmen in the rear and paraded through the town, stopping in front of Norwood Hall. Here our newly found leader, now known as St. Patrick, surveyed the quadrangle with his transit (a beer bottle mounted on a forked sUck) before allowing a soul to set foot upon the soli. Satisfied, he gave the 路signal and Immediately the area was teeming with potential engineers. The steps of Norwood Hall become the setting for St. Patrick's first court, and he and his assistants promptly settled themselves to conduct the ceremony. Seniors were made "Knights of the Order of St. Patrick" after kissing the Blarney Stone, which curiously resembled a prominent part of the human anatomy. A speech delivered by St. Patrick. himself, concerning the hieroglyphics on the Blarney Stone proved beyond a doubt that St. Patrick was Indeed the first engineer, and was therefore to be regarded as our true patron saint.
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It was with a feeling of pride that the little band turned their steps homeward at the conclusion of that speech. Thus because .of sPirit shown by our predecessors 33 years ago, this day has grown to St. Pat's of today with all its color and splendor. Is It any wonder that we students at M. S. M. await with anxiety the coming of this day and point out with pride that It Is now one of the finest St. Pars celebrations in the country.
St. Pat~. maid~ o/ fionor
Pi Kappa Alpha
路------------ Sigma Nu
------ Theta Kappa Ph!
-- Lambda Chi Alpha
Alpha Lambda Tau
_ ----------- Sigma Pi
CATHERINE BASHAM ---- 路-
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With the coming of the thirty-third annual St. Pat's his loyal Squires set aside their books and slide rules to pay tribute to that paragon of Engineers, St. Patrick. This years' story of fun and frolic began as usual with the arrival of an unusual number of beauteous lassies from both near and far to help the Miners on their three day celebration. The festivities began on Thursday evening with an informal dance given by the Independents from 8:00 until 12:00 with the Varsity Orchestra supplying the dancing strains. A t the witching hour Charlie Armstead and his band took over and played until the wee sma' hours. The venerable Saint and his guards arrived on his traditional handcar at the Frisco Station on Friday afternoon where he greeted his loyal subjects. St. Pat then led the procession to the auditorium of Parker Hall, where after a few timely remarks, he knighted the members of the graduati!lg class. Friday nile at the Costume Ball Henry Busse gave forth with his famous "Shufflin' Rhythm" and provided ample inspiration for the colorful assembly to dance. At the stroke of twelve, lovely Miss Lucille Stimson was crowned Queen of Love and Beauty by St. Patrick to reign over the Miners for the ensuing year. Saturday afternoon and evening saw other activities such as the annual Sigma Nu Tea Dance at the Chapter House, and formal dinners and parties at many of the fraternity houses. At long last came Saturday nile, and the Formal Ball. This was in sharp contrast to the Costume Ball of the previous evening what with tuxes, tails, and formals setting the style. As the last strains of Busse's music faded into their memories the joyful but tired crowd knew that another glorious St. Pat's had come to a happy ending. St. Pa t's will come, and St. Pat's will go, but St. Pat's '41 will live forever in the minds of those who attended.
We, the 1941 ROLLAMO, wish to extend our sincere thanks and appreciation to Mr. Owen Marsh, and Bruce Cowan of Pontiac Engraving Co.; Mr. W. H. Kiehne of Missourian Printing and Stationery Co.; and Mr. Roland Holl of Sid Whiting Studio for their generous assistance in editing and publishing this, your '41 ROLLAMO.
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