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Dr. J. W. Barley Professor Emeritus of English


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6~ Many milestones have been passed (__~ in the evolution of education from the -tf

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lnG EnGinEERinG PALEOL ITHIC MAN, mining the flints which were the minera l wealth of civiliza tion some 450,000 years ago, might be called the early predece ssor of the modern mining e ngin eer. Mining enginee ring has since that time b een charact eri stically based on a continu ed and increase d applica tion of the princip les of basic science and fundamental enginee ring knowle dge to the problem s involve d in obtairring mineral wealth. Ore winnin g techniq ue and ore finding technique have improve d along with the dem ands of an ever growing indu strial world to the ex tent that more ore has b een mined in the twentie th century than in all previou s hi story. The mining enginee r leads the way b y supplyi ng raw materia ls for other branche s of indu stry. In times of war, mining enginee rs are called upon to bend every effort to the finding and supplyi ng of numero us strategi c raw materia ls require d for an ever hungry military machin e. Mining; p etroleum , and mine geologi cal enginee ring curricu la are based on the n eeds involved in winnin g ores and solid fuels, develop ing and produci ng liquid fuels, and the scientifi c discove ry of these materials. Class room and laborat ory work is further clarified by inspecti ons of importa nt mining or p etroleu m operati ons availab le compar atively close to the school. Mining enginee ring graduat es are to be found in all countri es and states, wherev er mining activity exists. As in all other branche s of enginee ring or industr ial work, much depend s upon the manhow hard he works and studies, how carefull y he plans his persona l campai gn for success, and how well h e succeed s in getting along with hi s fellow-w orkers.

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ffiETRLLUR61CRL EnGinEERinG METALLURGY may be defined as that branch of engineering that concerns the extraction of metals from ores and various types of concentrates, the refining of these metals, the manufacture of these mNals, the manufacture of alloys, and then fabricating both metals and alloys into useful shapes for human utilization.

The metallurgical engineering student receives a thorough training in both Process Metallurgy and Physical Metallurgy. The necessary theory is substantiated with practical work in the various courses, and adequate equipment is available to give the student an opportunity to develop sufficient technique and be immediately useful upon entering his chosen profession. Further, the laboratories are well equipped for original research in pyro-metallurgy, hydro-metallurgy, or electro-metallurgy in the process metallurgical field; and for work in the various thermal, physical, and chemical tests as well as the study of structures, both microscopic and macroscopic in the physical metallurgical field . During the past ten years, considerable progress has been made in both ore dressing and metallurgy; the use of the microscope, the spectrograph, X-rays, permeameters, magnetometers, sonic testing, and even Gamma-rays, are now employed to further man's knowledge of ores, metals, and alloys. The increased demand placed on the industry by the National Emergency is being met, and the Metallurgical Engineer stands out as one of the key-men in National Defense.


ELECTRICAL EnGinEERinG ELECTRICA L ENGINEERIN G may be defined as the practical applicatio n of electricity to the needs of man. The history of the developm ent of its fundamen tal principles may be considered as beginning with the first use of magnetism nearly 5,ooo years ago. Electrical engineers, in the many branches of the field, serve the entire world. Af present the emphasis is on Power and Communicatio ns engineeri ng-the generation , transmissi on and distribution of power necessary to keep manufactu ring plants in operation and the design, operation and maintenan ce of wire and radio communic ation systems vital to the successful waging of war. The fundamen tal principles underlying electrical phenomen a are the same in all branches. of electrical engineerin g, therefore, in the curriculum at the Missouri School of Mines, emphasis is placed on the fundamen tal principles, rather than their applicatio n in a special field . Theoretic al classroom work is accompan ied by laboratory courses to present the fundamen tal electrical testing methods, and to aid the student in the formation of habits of laboratory observation and proper preparatio n of technical reports. The Electrical Engineer who enters industry finds employme nt in such departmen ts as test, design, applicatio n, constructi on, patent law, research, sales and administra tion. The future of the electrical engineerin g profession is most promising .as the "Electrica l Age" is in its infancy.


CERRffiiC EnGinEERinG is that engineering concerned with the manufacture of products useful to civilization from the non-metalli c, inorganic-materia l, in the process ing of which high temperatures are employed. The ceramic bran ch of engineering includes the following fields of manufacture: structural daywares; refractories and fir e brick ; porcelain enamelware; glass wares; electrical porcelain; dinnerware; abrasive wheels; and cements, limes and plasters. These products are greatly needed by our present-clay civilization and have made possible many of the marvels of the modern age. 路 The student s in the Ceramic Engineering course receiYe a wellgrounded basic course in chemistry, physics, and math ei1lati.cs before branching out into the various ceramic subj ects. The most important of these is ch emi stry, sin ce ceramics is vitally concerned with high-temperature chem istr y, or the reactions whi ch take place in variou s mixtures when they are h eated to the ex tremely high temperatures usually em ployed. T he Missouri Clay Testing and R esearch Laboratories are operated in connection with the Ceramic Engineering D epartment, which allows ceramic students to ga in an intimate knowledge of standard testing methods and research procedure. Since 18g8, when ceramic ed uca tion began in America, less than two thousand graduates have gone out into this oldest and most divers ified industry composed of more than thirty-five hundred plants in the United States. During the present war emergency, the demand for ceramic engineers is even greater while the suppl y is seriou s! y d epleted. CERAMIC ENG IN EERI NG


ffiECHRniCRL EnGinEERinG have witnessed a very rapid development in mechanical processes and transportatio n, notably the airplane.

THE LAST FEW DECADES

Mechanical Engineering comprises the science and technology of power generation of mechanical transmission of power, and of the production of machine tools and their products. In addition to the research, design, development , and investigation required in creating these services and products, mechanical engineering includes the organization of men, money, and materials and their coordination for effective and economic production. Mechanical Engineering at M . S. M . is taught with the object of giving the student a comprehensiv e training in the fundamental s of mechanical engineering which will be of use to him in practically any industry which he might choose to enter. After the present war a large reserve of professional men will be needed to supervise a vast reconstructio n program. The complex problems encountered will involve the establishmen t of new interconnections-l aws of communicati on and understandin g between fields of human activity that in the past have been held separate. The solution of these problems and the restoration of the war-torn world will in no small measure be effected by the mechanical engmeer.


CHEffiiCRL EnGinEERinG in the industrial world is to translate chemical (laboratory) processes into profitable manufacturing operations. These usually involve the co-ordination of chemical reactions as well as unit physical operations.

THE ROLE OF THE CHEMICAL ENGINEER

The training of chemical engineers supplies the foundation and tools needed to start a professional career. Organic, inorganic, analytical and physical chemistry; mathematics, physics, mechanics and economics form the basic training for the professional chemical engineer. Industrial stoichiometry, chemical engineering unit operations, design and thermodynamics emphasize the professional aspects. The chemical engineer will be found in every large industrial organization participating in the rapid march of progress. His duties may confine his efforts to the executive department, research development, plant and equipment design, plant construction and operation, process control or technical sales. The Chemical Engineering Department of the Missouri School of Mines and Metallurgy has moved into the new building which was completed in the summer of 1941. The work of the department is now carried on in the portion of the new building and the old chemistry building. The new building is essentially devoted to laboratories for chemical engineering, organic, analytical and general chemistry. It is excellently equipped with modern apparatus needed in the instruction and research program.


CIVIL ERGIREERIRG is indeed a broad one and is often credited as the parent stem, which in the early development of engineering included all branches of the constructive art with the exception of Military Engineering. In its restricted sense, Civil Engineering may be said to include: the establishment and r~location of private, state and national boundaries; the providing of accurate maps of coasts and various parts of the country; the location, construction, and maintenance of pipe lines, canals, highways, and railways; the design, construction and maintenance of river and harbor improvements, floodprotection works, important structures; and reclamation of unproductive areas; municipal engineering and testing of engineering construction materials. Civil Engineering students at the School of Mines receive a thorough, well-rounded training. However, a judicious selection of elective courses will provide opportunity for specialization in Highway, Hydraulic, Structural or Sanitary Engineering. M. S. M. graduates have made an admirable record in all phases of Civil Engineering, and their efforts have contributed materially toward the advancement of their profession. THE PROHSSION OF ClVH . ENGINEERING


'The Missouri School •


President Middlebush


Curtis L. Wilson Dean of the Faculty

In the three years of his sen'ice to the School of Mines , Dean !Filson has w orked unceasingly for £ts impro'vement, both materially and academ£cally. His magnetic personality and t-ireless energy have won the admiration of all who have had the pri,vilege of knowing him.

RDffilniSTRHTIOn Noel Hubbard Registrar

In his capacity as Registrar of th e Missouri School of Mines, Mr. Hubbard has gained the respect and appreciation of the entire student body for his efforts in their behalf. Never too busy to see a student, h e is always ready to offer his sound advice and unfail£ng ser·vice.


FACULTY .-\lsmeyer , \V . C., B .S. , Instructor in Civil Engineering Barley, .J. vV., A.B., A.M, Ph.D., Professor Emeritus Beekman, \1\T. N., Captain, B .S., AST Classification and T esting Officer Birch, S. B., Captain, B.S., Assistant Professor of M il itary Sci e nce and Tactics B lack, C . H., B.S., Associate Professor of Engineering Drawing and Descriptive Geometry Boltz, D. F., B.A., M.S., Instructor in Chemical Engineering Boyd, C . E., A.B. , A .M ., Instructor in English Bremer, Roy, A.B., M .S.P.H., Assistant Professor of Civil Engineering Brown, C. A ., B.S., M.A., Ph.D., Instructor in English Bullman, Gale, A.B., LL.B., Instructor in Phvsical Education (Leave of Absence) ' Butler, .J. B., B.S. in C .E., B.S. in Educ., M.S. m C.E., Professor of Civil Engineering Cagg, M . H., B.S ., A .B., M.A. , Assistant Professor of English Campbell, G. L., B.S., B.S., Librarian Carlton, E . W ., B.S., M .S. in Indus. Eel., B.S. C.E., Professor of Structural Engineering

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Carpenter, F . M., B. A., M.A., Instructor m Mathematics Clayton, C. Y., B .S. in Met. Engr., Professor of Metallurgical Engineering Conrad, F. H., B.S., Ph.D., Associate Professor of Chemical Engineering (Leave of Absence) Costakos, N . C ., B .S., Instructor in Mechanics Cullison, .J. S., A .B ., M.S., Ph.D., Assistant Professor of G eology

ALSMEYER BOYD BUTLER CARLTON COSTAKOS DENNIE

BIRCH BREMER CAGG CARPENTER DAY DUNN

BLACK BROWN CAMPBELL , CLAYTON DELANO ELLISON

Day, T. G ., B .S., M .A., Ph.D., Associate Professor of Organic Chemistry Delano, Philip, B.S., M.S., Ch.E., Assistant Professor of Chemical Engineering Dennie, F . E., B.S., C.E., Associate Professor of Mathematics Dougan, C. W., B.S., M .S., Instructor in Ceramic Engineering (Leave of Absence) Dur:n, .J: \V., B.S., Instructor in Petroleum En-路 gmeenng


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Ellison, S. , A .B., M.A., Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Geology Embree, .J. N ., Certificate in E.E., Instructor 111 Physics Erkiletian, D. H., A .B., M.A., Instructor m Mathematics

Feind, E. E., B.S., M.D., Student Health Director Finn, F. M., 2nd Lieutenant, LL.B., Instructor in A .S.T.P. Forbes, C. R., B.S., E.M., Professor of Mining Engineering (Leave of Absence)

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Frame, F. H., A.B., E.E., Professor of Electrical Engineering

Estes, H. B., B.S., Instructor in Physical Education

Gandy, ' 'V. ' 'V. , B.S., M.S., Instructor matics

C. vV., B.S., Instructor in Civil Engmeenng

EMBREE GANDY

ERKILETIAN GOODHUE

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Geveck er, V. A. C. , B.S., M.S., Assistant Professor of Civil Engineering (Leave of Absence)

Johnson , J. S., B .S., M.S ., Ph.D., Assistant Pro- 路 fessor of El ec trical Engin eering

Gill, Percy, Instructor in Phys ical Education (Leave of Absence)

Katz, H. M ., B.S., Acting Business Manager

Gladden, cation

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Goodhu e, E.A., A.B., B.S., M.S ., Assistant Professor of Mathematics 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., M.S., Instructor in i\!Iechanical Engineering (Leave of Absence) Hafcli, D. L., B.S., Instru ctor in Physical Education Hanl ey, H . R., B.S. , Met.E., Professor of Metallurgical Engineering Harri s, E. G., C.E., Professor Emer itus H e nning, 0 . A., A.B., A.M ., Professor of Modern Languages H erold , P. G., B.S., M.S., Ph.D., Associate Professor of Ceramic Engineering

K ershn er, K. K ., B .S., M.S. , Professor of Chemistry Kilpo.trick, A. V., B .S., M.E., Associate Professor of M echanical Engin eering L eaver , L. E., B .S., A.l\1., Assistant Professor of Physics L egsdin , A., E.M., M.S., Associate Professor of Min eral Dress ing Livingood , M.D., B.S. , M.S. , Instructor in Chemica l Engineering Llo yd , S. H ., A.B., M.S., Associate Professor of Economics and Hi story Lovett, I. l-f., B.S., E.E. , M.S .E., Professor of El ectrical Engineering McCutchan, G. C., 1st Lieute nant, B.A ., Instructor in A.S.T.P.

Hubbard, Noel, R egistrar

Mann, C. V., B.S., C.E., Ph.D. , Professor of Engineering Drawing and D esc. Geometry

Jensen , '"'路 ]. , A.B., A.M., Associate Professor of Phys-ics

Mask, W. S., Lt. Colonel, B.S., M.S., Professor of Military Science and Tactics

Johnk, C.T.A., B.S., B.S. in E.E., Instructor in Electrical Engineering

Miles,_ A . .J., B .S., M .S., Sc.D ., Professor of Mechanical Engineering


FACULTY JVI o nroe, C . .J., S.B., Ph.D. , A ssoc ia te Professor o f Ph ysical C h emistry T\ -1 uil e nburg, G. A., B.S., M .S., E .M ., Ph.D ., Professor o f Geology Ra nes, G. 0 ., B. S., Associa te Pro fessor o f E lectrical Eng ineering R a nkin , R . M ., B.S., M.A ., B.S . in C.E., Assoc ia te Pro Cessor of Ma the ma ti cs R ea d , 1\;fyro n , B.S., E .M., In stru c tor in M ining Eng in eering Robe rts, C . N., .B.S., M .S., Instru ctor in Hi stor y Schoo ler, D . R ., B.S., Ass ista nt P rofessor o f E ng in eering Draw ing Schre nk, vV. T ., B.S., M .S., Ph.D., P rofessor o f Chemi ca l E ng ineerin g Sease, N adin e M ., B.S., M.S ., In str u ctor m Engli sh Sh a nk, .J. H. , C a p tain , E.M et., Assista n t Pro fessor in M il itar y Scie n ce and T ac ti cs Smith, R . N ., A .B., M.A ., Ph.D ., Instru ctor in Chemi cal Eng in eering Thom as, C . D ., B.S., A .M. , Ph.D., Assistan t Professor of Physics (L ea ve of A bsen ce) Thorpe, C . J., B.S., Instru ctor in M echani ca l En g in eering Topping, A . D ., B.S., B .S. in C.E., In stru ctor in M echani cs T r e ngove, S. A ., E.M., Ph.D ., P rofessor o f Mining Eng in eering \Val sh, D . F ., B .S., JVI. Sc., Ass ista nt Pro fessor o f Me ta llurgy \Ve b b, \Y . H ., B.S., M. S., In stru ctor in C h emi ca l Eng in eer ing (Lea ve of A bse nce) \ Veber, R. H. , A.B., M .A., In stru ctor in E ng li sh (L ea ve of A bse nce) \ '\T illi a ms, R. Z., B.S. in Met., B.S. in C.E., M.S . in lVIech . E ngr. , A ssoc. Pro f. of Mech a ni cs \ \T il lson, .J. M ., B. S., M.S., Ass ista n t Pro fessor of Ph ys ics \'\T il so n, Curtis L., E .M ., Ph .D. , D ea n of th e Facult y VVoodman , L. E., A.B. , A.M., Ph.D ., Professor o f Phys ics \ t\Tya tt, D. D ., B .S., Instru cto r in Mech a ni cal Eng m cenng Yo ung, R . H., B.S., Associate Professor o f ?vicchanica! Engineering

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CRffiPUS PERSOnRLITIES

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EniORS 1944 ALLEN, EuGENE K . St. Louis , Mo. ELECTRICAL ENGINEER! 'G E ngin eers' Club. A .I. E .E. Glee Club. ALLISON, GEORGE ALVAN Chester, METALLURGICAL ENGINEERING

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R.O.T.C. Ba nd '40-'42. Bask e tball ' 41. " M" Club, Treas. '42. E n g in ee r s' Club. Theta Tau. R.O.T.C. Advanced Course. A.I.M.E. S.:\. M.E . Student Ass't Library '42. BALIN, RoBERT PHILIP St. Loui s, Mo. MECHANICAL ENGINEERING Shamrock Club. R.O .T.C. Band '4 1-' 43 . Miner Board E ditorial Staff. Photo Club, P r es. '42. Dick Mateer's Orchestra. Glee Club. Engineers' Club. A.S.M.E. N .Y.A. Drawing Department. Gym Club. BANKS, RoBERT LouTs Piedmont, Mo. CH EM ICAL ENGINEERING Eng路ineers' Club. Student .'\ss't Dept. A. I.Ch. E. Alpha Chi Sigma.

BARNHART, HERBERT DALTON Oklahoma City, Okl a. ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING Tech Club Board of Control '43. Student Ass' t E.S.M.W .T. A. I. E .E. Vice-Pres. '43. E ngineers' Club. BENDORF, STANLEY GLENN Lancaster, Wise. MINING ENGINEERING Wisconsin

BRODHACKER, joHN WARREN Springfield, Mo. CHEMICAL ENG INEERING Sham r ock Club. Academy of Science, Pre s. '40 . .-\lpha Chi Sigma, Treas. '43 . A. I.Ch. E. Stud e nt Ass' t Chem. Dept. Tau Beta P i. Engineers' Club. Independents, Vice-Pres. '43. Phi Kappa Phi. B lu e Key. BuTZER, HAROLD GoDFREY Jefferson City, Mo. CIVIL ENGINEERING Intramural Sports. Theta Kappa Phi. Theta Tau . Miner Board Editorial Staff and Managing Editor '43. A.S.C.E., Sec'y '42. R.O. T.C. Advanced Course. S.A.M.E. Student Ass't E.S . M.W.T. Rollamo Board, Editorial Staff. Rifle Club . BuRKE, GEoRGE EDwARD New Vernon, N. CIVIL ENGINEERING

J\:.Y .A. Civil Dept. Student Ass' t Electrical Dept. Engineers' Club. A. I.E.E. , Pres. '43.

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Chemical

BARBER, GEORGE E. St. Louis, Mo. ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING

Transferred Technology.

BROCKMEYER, CHARLES EDWARD Webster Groves, Mo. MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

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BLAIR, EDWARD BERNARD St. Louis, Mo. METALLURGICAL ENGINEERING Kappa Sigma. Basketball '41-'43. "M" Club. S.A.M.E. R.O.T.C. Adva nced Course. BRAND, Do 'A LD CLAYTON St. Louis, Mo. MECHANICAL ENG INEERING Kappa Sigma, 路Sgt. at Arms '42. Intramural Sports. A.S .M.E. BRIDGE, LoRRAINE FARQUHAR St. Louis, Mo. MECHANICAL ENGINEERING Sigma Nu, Lt. Comm. '43 . Miner Board Editorial Staff and Business Staff. C.P.T. Primary. A.S.M.E. Glee Club .

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Tech Club. Miner Board Editorial Staff, A.S . C.E., Treas. '42. Kappa Sigma. R.O.T.C . Advanced Cour se. A lpha Phi Omega. S.A.M.E. CARMICHAEL, RoNALD LAD Independence, .Mo. MINING ENGINEERING Shamrock Club. Tech Club. Mining Dept. A.I.M.E.

Student Ass't

CoPENING, jAMEs W. Springfield, Mo. ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING Sigma I\ u, Recorder '42, Commander . '43. Senior Clas路s Sec'y '43. A.I.E.E .


SEniORS 1944 DAMPF, PHILIP MATTHIAS J effe r so n City, Mo. METALLURGICAL ENG IN EERIN G

Le a dwood , Mo. Down, jA MEs D. METALLURGICAL ENG INEERI NG

T h e ta Kappa P hi , S e c'y ' 43. Miner S taff, Managmg Editor '43. S tud e nt Co u nei l A.! t ern ate.

E ng in ee r s ' C lub. A.I.M.E. , Treas . '42, Pres. '43. B lu e Key, Vice Pres .. ' 43. Tau Beta P i, Corr. Sec'y '43. T h e t a Tau, Scr ib e '43 . Student Ass't Metallurgy Dept. P hi Kappa P hi . A. P. Gree n .S_ch o !a r s hip '43.

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S igma P i. A .I.E. E. D EN ISON, RoBERT R EE D Cushman, Ark. CHEMICAL ENGINEERING A.I.C h. E. A l pha C hi S igma. A .S .M . Student Ass' t Chemica l Dept. DEs jARDENS, PETER EDWARD Kirkwood, Mo. GEOLOGICAL ENGINEERING Theta Kappa :P hi , Sec'y '43 . Student Counc il, Sec'y-Treas. '43. A. l.M. E., Vice Pres. '43. Music. Club. DICK , CHARLES ALFRED Paris, Tenn. METALLURGICAL ENGINEERING Cla ss of ' 44 , Vice Pres. '43, P r es. '43. Football Squad, Capt. '43. ·Student Ass' t P hys ica l Ed ucation. Kappa Sigma, Sec'y '42, Pres. ' 43. A lpha Phi O m ega. " M " Club MembeL Theta Tau, Marsha ll '42, Vice R~gent '42. A.S.M., Vice Pres. '42. Tau Beta Pt. Blue Key, Corr. Sec'y '43. Interfrate rnity Council. DIETZ, RoBERT OTTo St. Louis, Mo. MECHANICAL ENGINEERING Kappa ~igma, Treas. '43. A .S.M.E., Pres. '43. Intram ural Sports. P hi Kappa Phi Bookplate Awa rd ' 41-'43. DaMIAN, JoHN WILLIAM St. Louis, Mo. MECHANICAL ENGINEERING Kappa S igma, Guard '42, Treas. ' 43, Pres. '44. Intramural S port s . A .S.M.E. Treas. '42.

DR AGOSET, WILLIAM HENRY Avenel_, N. CHEMICAL ENGINEERING

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A lph a Lambda Tau, Social Scrib e '42. Alp h a Ch i Sigma. A.I.C h. E. Engin ee r s' Club. DREWIN G, FREDERICK HE NRY St. Louis, Mo. ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING E ngin eers' Club. A. I. E .E . St. Louis, Mo. DuEKER , jAMES EosoN SCIENCE (PHYSICS MAJOR) Tech Club. Transferred from Harris Teachers Co ii ege . EMERSON, BILLY FRANK Christopher, Ill. CIVIL ENGINEERING E ng in e er s' Club. A.S.C.E. S tud e nt Ass' t Civil Dept. FROMMER, DoNALD WALTER Chesterfield, Mo. METALLURGICAL ENGINEERING Shamrock Club. Lambda Chi A lpha. R.O.T.C . Advanced Course. S.A.M.E. Transfer Missouri U. Fu c Hs, ALAN JosEPH St. Louis , Mo. METALLURGICAL ENG{NEERING Kappa S ig ma , Ho u se MgT., '42, Guard '42, Vice P1·es., '43. Student Council. Senior Cla ss Vice P re s., '43. A .S .M. Intramural Sports. Dick Mateer's Orc h es tra. GETTYs, ToM BoYLAN St. Louis, Mo. MECHANICAL ENGINEERING Kappa Sigma, Tr eas. '42, O ute r Gua1·d, '42. A lpha P hi Omega. S t. Pat 's Boa1·d. A.S.M.E . GoETEMANN, EowiN CHARLES Webster Groves, Mo. METALLURGICAL ENGINEERING Theta Kappa Ph i, Pledge Ma nage r , ' 41. Miner Board, Ed ito r in C hief. '42, Manag in g Ed itor, ' 41. . Ro llam o Board, Sports Ed itor, '42. B lu e Key Corres. Sec'y, '42. Tau Be ta P i. A.S. M. P r es id e nt '42. Ro ll amo-Mine1· Board of Contro l. A. I.M .E . Stud ent Ass' t Metallurgical Dept. P hi Kappa Phi. Intramural S ports . Na tional A. I.M .E. Scholarship Awa rd .


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HOERETH

HOELSCHER


SEniORS 1944 GooDWIN, WILLIAM jERRARD Fergu son , Mo. METALLURGICAL ENGINEERING A lph a P hi O m ega Se c' y, '42 , Vic e Pr es. , '42. T ech Clu b. Th e ta Tau. R. O. T.C. A d van ce d Course. A.S. M. S ec' y, '42 . S tud e nt A ss' t Military Dept. S .A. M. E . GooDwiN, REO ELDON Palestine , GEOLOGICAL ENGINEERING

III.

1\'.Y .A . A ss' t Geolog ical D e pt. T ech Club. Theta Tau S e c' y, ' 42 , Treas., '44. E n g in ee r s ' Club . R .O .T .C . A dvan ce d Cour se . S .A .M.E. Blu e K ey. A .I.M .E. Pr es ., '42 . Jam es Sch o lar ship Award . GosTIN, jAMES DAviD White Plains, N. Y. MECHANICAL ENGINEERING E n g in ee r s ' C lub . ~ .Y. A . Ass't Librar y . M. E.

E ng in ee r s' Club. :\l .Y .A . Ass' t Biology D ept. and Ch e mical D e pt . Alpha Chi Sigma. Intra mural S port s . GRECO, DoMINIC AMERICO St. Louis, Mo. MECHANICAL ENGINEERING Th eta Kappa Phi Pledge Manag er, '42, Vi ce Pre s., '43. Rollamo Board. A .S.M .E . Min e r Board Circulation Dept . Intramural Sport s . A lph a P s i O mega. GRIFFITHS, joHN WILLIAM Webster Groves, Mo. CH EMICAL ENGINEERING S ig m a "\"u. Min e r B oard. St. Pat' s Board. R. O . T.C. Advanced Cour s e. S. A. M.E. Pre s., ' 43.

GoGAN, RAYFIELD EMIL

Brooklyn, N. Y. ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING

S t ud e nt Ass't E .S.M.W.T. A.I. E.E . S e c'y, '43. T e ch Club . E ngin ee rs' Club .

"\'. Y .A . Ass' t

~ tud c n t A ss' t

Clu b.

R eg is trar' s

Offi ce. T ec h

H r:c m E. RICH , RoG :: R HENRY University City, Mo. METALLURGICAL ENGINEERING S hamroc k Club . T ec h Club . A .S .M. Tran s fe rre d irom Harri s T ea c h e r ' s Coll ege . HELLWEGE, vVILLIAM HENRY Maplewood, Mo. CHEMICAL ENGINE ERING Phi Kappa Alpha. Rollamo B oard. R. O .T.C. A d va nce d Course . S .A.M.E .

A. S .

GRAss, Lo u rs WILLIAM St. Louis , Mo. CHE:VUCAL ENGINEERING

H .\NSEN, ]. RICHARD Union, ELECTRICAL ENG! EERI NG

HARTCORN, Lo u is AMBROSE Chatham , r. Y. METALLURGICAL ENGINEERIN G Pi Kappa Alpha Trea s., '42 , Vi ce P r es. , '43. Min e r Board. S t. P at's B oard D ecoratin g Ch a irman , ' 43 . Th eta Tau . S tude nt C o un c il R ep. .'\.S.M. Intramural Sport s.

Mo. Clu b .

E. S.M . \V .T. .-\ .I. E.E . E ng in ee r s '

HARLow, RoBERT WILSON Oklahoma City, Okla. ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING P i K a ppa A lpha H ou se Manage r , '42. Seni o r C la ss Pre s id ent, '43. A .I. E. E. Tra n s fe rr e d fr o m O klah o ma City U. and L'niv. o f O kla.

HE NNE, WILLIAM PAUL St. Louis, Mo. ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING Th eta Kappa Phi Vice Pr es. , '42. Min e r Board. Intramural Sport s. Alpha Phi O m ega . A.I. E. E . HicKs, WILLIAM DouGLAs Cuba , Mo. MECHANICAL ENGINEERING Tech Club. Theta Tau, O ute r Guard , '43. Tau B e ta Pi. Stud e nt A ss't M e chanical D e pt. Tran sf en-e el from Central W es leyan College . HoERETH, WAYNE HAMPTON Hermann , Mo. CHEMICAL ENGINEERING :-.1 .Y.A. Stud e nt Ass' t in Re g is trar' s O ffice. Eng in e er s ' Club. Alpha P s i Omeg a Vic e Pr es ., '42. A lpha Chi Sig ma R ecord e r, '43 . R.O.T.C. Adva n ce d Cour se . A .I.Ch.E. S.A.M .E. HoELs.cHER, jAMES WALTER Washington , Mo. I\1INING ENGINEERING Th e ta Kappa Phi. Min e r B oard B u s in ess Staff.

:'\.I.M. E.


SEniORS 1944 Rolla , Mo.

St. Louis, Mo. KANE, EARL MoNROE MECHAN I CAL ENG IN EE RING

Kappa S ig m a, Mas ter of Ce t路e moni es, ' 42. R. O. T.C. Band, ' 41-'43. M.S.M . Academy of Sc ience, Sec'y '40. Intramural Sports. A lp ha C hi Sigma, Trea s. ' 42. A .I.Ch .E. Ta u Be ta P i, V ice Pre s. '43 , Pres . ' 43. B lu e Key . Dick Mateer 's Or c h estra . P hi Kappa Phi. Student .-\ ss't C h emical Dept.

Footba ll Squad, '39-'43. ::\.Y.A. Ass't Athl et ics. Intt路amural Spor t s. E n g in eers' Cl u b. ''M" C lub, V ice P r es id e nt, '43 .

H uBBA RD , WILLIAM ALoNzo CHEMICAL ENG I NEE RI NG

KELL ER, J oE H ENRY Springfield, Mo . M I N I NG -PETROLE UM ENG IN EER I NG

Ill.

S ig m a ::\ u, Treas., ' 42, Recorder, ' 41 , P r es icl en t, ' 43. R.O.T.C. Baml, '40-'42. R.O. T. C. Advance d Cours e, ' 42 -' 43. S.A.M.E. Ro ll amo B u sin ess Ma na ger, '43. Intramural Spo rt s.

Intramura l Spor t s. C.P.T. P ri ma r y, '42. Pi Kappa A lp ha , T reas. '43, P r es. '43. ''M " Club M embeL Track T ea m. A.. I. E.E.

K EN DA LL , JERRY Potos i , Mo . MINING-GEOLOGY ENGINEERING

Ill.

E ng in ee r s' C lu b. N.Y.A. Ass' t Geo log ical Dept. R.O.T.C. Adva nce d Co ur se . Detonators. A. I. M.E. S.A .M. E. Mu sic Club .

lTTER MAN, ALFRED S AMUE L

Granite City,

E LECTRIC AL ENG I NEE RI NG

Sterling,

JAMISO N, RoBERT WEsL EY

EL ECTRICAL ENG I NE ERI NG

Lambda Chi A lph a, Treas. '42, Vice Pres., ' 43. Rollamo Boa rd. A lph a Phi O mega, Sec'y, ' 43, C hap la in , ' 43. Student C o un c il A lte rn a t e. T h eta Tau, Cones. Sec'y '43. A .I. E .E. Blue K ey. j EN KI NS, j ACOB D E LBERT

Kansa s City, Mo.

CHEMICAL ENGINEERING

P i Kappa A lpha . Ho ll a m o Boud . A. I.Ch .E. Int erfra t. Council A lt ernate. A lph a Chi S igma. Stud e nt Ass' t in Chemical D ept. jE N KI NS, Jo E EvA N

Maquoketa , I a.

METALLURGICAL ENGINEERING

Tran s ferred from Maq uo k eta Juni o r College. Kappa Sig m a, Master of Ce r emoni es , '43. Th eta Ta u. Dick Mateer's O r ch es t ra. Tau Be ta P i. A. T.M .E. B lu e Key, Co rr es . Sec'y '44. A. S.M., P r es id e nt , '43. Intram ura l Spo rt s. KADERA, MILLARD FRA N K

St. Louis, Mo .

ME CH AN ICAL ENG I NEE RI NG

Shamrock Club. E ng in ee r s' C lub .

Webster Groves , KicK, RoBERT JoHN METALLURGICAL ENGINEERING

Mo.

Class of '4 5, Sec'y, '41 , P r es ., '42. Shamrock Club. Student Council , Vice P r es id e nt, '43, P res ide nt , ' 44. Rol lamo-Miner Board of Control. Lambda C hi A lpha, Soc ial Chairman, '44. Blue Key, Sec'y-Treas., '43. P hotography Club. A.S .M., Vice P r es., ' 44. Intramural Sports. KLoRER, RoBERT WALT ER

St. Louis, Mo.

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

Theta Kappa Ph i, P r es ide nt, ' 43. KozE N I, KATSUMI Do N Poston , Ariz. METALLURGICAL ENGINEERING

T ec h Club. Tra n sfe rr ed fr o m U. of Ca lifornia. KRALL, JoHN LEROY Liberty, Mo. E LECTRICAL ENGINEERING

R. O.T.C . Band, '40- '42. A lph a Phi Omega. Tech Club, Board of Control, '41 , Pres id e nt , ' 43. Junior C la ss .T r eas., '42. S tud ent Council. R.O.T.C. A dva n ced Course. S.A.M.E. A .I. E .E . L ARSON, WARREN L EROY Kansas City, Mo. METALLURGICAL ENGINEERING

Tech Clu b. Glee Club, Libraria n , '43, President, '43 . A.S .M., Sec'y, '43. A. I.M .E. Miner Board Ed ito rial Staff. Student Ass' t R egist rar's Office. Music C lub. Tau Beta P i. A.S.M.E. P hi Kappa P hi. A. I. M.M.E. Scholarship Winner, '43. Transfen-eel fro m Ka n sas City Junior College. LEPERE, DoNALD G EORGE Bell eville, E LECTRICAL ENG INEERING

Ill.

Football Sq uad , ' 40-' 43. P i Kappa A lph a, P r es id ent, '43 . "M" C lub P res id e nt , '43. A. I. E.E. How ARD, WILLIAM EDWARD St. Louis, Mo. ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING

Triangle, Librarian , '43. R.O.T.C . Advanced Course. S .A.M.E. A.I.E.E.


ITTERMAN

JAMISON

JENKINS, J.D .

KADERA

KANE

KELLER

KENDALL

KICK

KLORER

KOZENI

KRALL

LARSON

LEPERE

HOWARD

HUBBARD JENKINS,

J. E.


LILEY

LLOYD

LOHMANN

MAINTZ

MASSARIJ

MATEER

MAZZO E

MELLIS

MILLER

MONTE

MUELLER

MORGAN

;VIURPHYJ R. E.

MUSHOVIC

NELSON

NEVIN

1


SEniORS 1944 LILEY, }AM ES ARTHUR St. Louis , Mo. ELECTRICAL E GINEERING Engine ers' C lub . Studen t .-\ ss 't C ..-\.A. A. I. E.E. Radio Club. LLOYD, jEA N McCAw Rolla, Mo. ELECTRICAL ENGINEER ING P i D elta Chi Sorority , Preside nt, '41. Mi n er Board, r\clve t"ti s in g Dept., Editor ial S taff, ' 42. Rollam o Board , Bu sin ess and A dv e rti sin g Manage r, '42-'43. E.S.M.\ V.T. A.I.E.E . Mu sic C lu b. Honora ry Membe r Tau B eta Pi. LoHMANN, RussEL L THOMAS St. Louis, Mo. CHEMICAL ENGINEERING Theta Kappa Phi, Sec'y, ' 42. H is torian, '42. Alpha Psi Omega . Rollam o Board. A.I.Ch. E. Miner Board B u s in ess Staff. K.Y.A. Ass't Chemical Dept. Intt·a mural Sports. MAINTZ, TY DouGLA s O a k Ridge, Mo. ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING Engin ee r's Club. A .I.E.E. Treas., '43. Studen t Ass't E.E. D e pt.. ' 43. Tran sfer, South ea s t Mi ssouri State T each e rs C o ll ege. MASSARO, . ERNEST St. Louis, Mo. MECHANICAL ENGINEERING Theta Tau . A lpha Phi O m ega , Vice Pr es. A.S . M.E. Sec'y, '43-'44. Cheer L ead er, '42. Te c h Club. Shamro ck Club. MATEER, RICHARD SHELBY Roll a, Mo. METALLURGICAL ENGINEERING Tau Beta P i. B lu e K ey. Kappa Sigma. Studen t A ss 't M et. Dept., '42-43. Dick Matee r' s Orches tra. A.I.M.E . Photog raphy Club. Gym Club. A.S.M. R.O.T.C . Band, '40-'43. Tech Club. MAZZONE, THOMAS JosEPH J a mestow n , N.Y. MECHANICAL ENGINEERING Theta Kappa Phi. Shamro ck Club. A.S .M.E. Transfe r, Alfred U niversi t y . MELLIS, RoBERT WILLIAM Norman dy, Mo. CIVIL ENGINEERING Lambd a Chi A lpha Vice Pres., '42. Mine r Board. A.S .C .E. Tr ea s .. '43. Studen t Council . Rollam o Board. In terfrate rnity Council Vice-Pt · es., '43' 44. MILLER, JAMES RrcH ARD St. Louis, Mo. CHEMICAL ENGINEERING J ames Sc ho lar ship A ward '4 1-'42. Footba ll '4 1' 43. " M" Club Tt·eas., '43-'44. E n g in ee t· s' C lu b Board of Control , '42-'44. ~.Y.A. S tud e nt Ass' t Ath let ic D e pt. A lpha Ch i Sigma Record er '43'44. Tau Be ta Pi. Stud e nt .-\ ss' t Ch em. D e pt., '43. A. I.Ch .E. Junior Scho larship Awa rd '42-'44. Mo. Academ y of Scienc e. B lu e Key . Phi Kappa Phi.

MoNTE , MicHAE L NrcHoL AS Highlan d FJlls, N. Y. MECHANICAL ENGINEERING T ec h. Club. H.O.T.C . Adva n ced Cou r se. S ..\. M.E . MoRGAN, LEwis A. Joplin , Mo. MECHANICAL ENG INEERI NG Th e ta Tau. Tran s fe r, J op lin Jr. Colle ge . MuELLER, JoHN DAVID St. Louis , Mo. CHEMICAL ENGINEERING S ham r ock Club. Alpha Chi Sig ma , Chapte r H ist01·ian '42-'43, Mast er of Cere moni es. '43 · '44. Photog raphy Club. A.T.Ch .E . R.O.T .C. Advanced Co ur se. S.A .M.E. MuRPH Y, RoBERT EARL Dixon, Mo. ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING Lambd a Chi A lph a. Studen t A ss' t Geolog ica l S urvey. Tech Club. A lpha P hi Omega Trea s., '42-'43, Pres., '43. A.I. E.E. Tr eas., '42-'43. Student Ass't Militat· y Dept. R. O. T .C. Adva n ced Cours e. S.A.M. E. MusHo vrc, PETER Greenfi eld , Mass. METALLURGICAL ENGINEERING Lambd a Chi A lph a. Shamro ck Club. S tud ent Ass't Library an·d Civil D e pt. Rollam o Board. NEL~ON, FRANCIS STOUT

Kansas City, l\,1o. MECHANICAL ENGINEERING T ec h Club Board of Control , '43, Pres .. ' 43-'44. Tau Beta Pi. A .S.M.E. Studen t Council . . Music Club. Tran sfe r, Kan sa s City Jr. Coll ege.

NEVIN, FREDERICK EuGENE Ottumw a, Ia. MECHANICAL ENGINEERING Lambd a Chi Alpha. Shamro ck Club. Indepen dent's Boa rd of Control , '41-'42. R.O .T .C. AdYanced Course. D e tonator s. S.A.M. E. A.S.M. E.


senioRs

944

No:nHCUTT, joHN joNES Sullivan, Mo. MINING ENGINEERING

Roos , RoB ERT WALSH

Tech Club B us. Mgr., ' 43. St ud e nt As 't Geol. Survey. A. I. M.E .

S tud e nt Ass' t C h em. D e pt., '4 1-'-+ 3. Miner Board. Theta Kappa Phi. A lph a Chi Sigma Report er , ' 43 . .-\ lph a Psi Omega . .'\ .l. C h. E .

Tt;ELLE, RALPH EDWARD

St. Louis, Mo.

CHEMICAL ENGINEERING

St. Louis , Mo.

ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING

R uDERT, KENNETH EDWIN

Theta Kappa Phi. A.I.E.E. 0RLOFSKY, SEYMOUR Hartsdale, N. MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

Cape Girardeau, Mo.

CHEMICAL ENGINEERING

Y.

Lambda Chi A lpha Pres., '43-'44. Min e r Board. Mo. A.cademy of Sci ence, Stat e Chairman. Shamrock C lub. Student Council. A.S.M.E. :=ec'y, '42. S.A.M.E. Football Squad, '40-'42. Go lf Squad, ' 40. PATTERSON, EDWARD PALMER Kansas City, Kan s. M ETALLURGICAL ENGINEERING

Tech Club. Min e r Board. Music Club . A.I.M. M.E. :\. S.M. Transfer, Kansas City (Kan .) Junior Col lege.

S igma Pi S ec 'y, '43, Vice Pres., '44. A lph a Ch i Sigma Sgt. at Arms, '44. Stud ent Ass't ChenL Dept., '42-'43. R UDISAILE, HAROLD JosEPH

Lamar, Mo.

ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING

Sham rock Club . S tudent A ss't Library, '39-'42. Engin ee r s' Club. Student Ass't E.S.M. \ t\T .T., ' 42- '43. R.O .T.C . Advanced Cour se . .'\lpha Ph i O m ega. S.A .M. E. SANDERS, LINCOLN ALVIN

University City, Mo.

CIVIL ENGINEERING

Transfen-ed from \ t\Tashing ton Univ. , St. Loui s. PRESNELL, ALBERT WILLIAM St. Louis, Mo. CIVIL ENGINEERING

SAURI, GuiLLERMo

Triangle Steward, '43, Vice Pres., '43-'44. Stu 路路 dent .'\ss' t Civil Dept. Student Council. Tran sfer, Harris Teacher 's College.

Theta Kappa Phi pledge.

REICHERT, ALLAN STANLEY St. Louis, Mo. MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

SAvu, AuGusT RoBERT

Engineers' Club. A.S.M .E . Vice Pres., '42. Gym C lu b Sec'y-Tt路ea s. , '42-'43. Photography Club Vice Pres., Sec'y-Treas., '43-' 44. RoNA~ jEAN LAVERNE

St. Louis, Mo. ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING

E ng in ee r s' Club Boa rd of Control, '4 1-' 42 . . 1pha Psi Omega. S tud e nt Ass't. E.S.M. \ t\T.T., '42-'43. Mu s ic Club. Gle e Club. A.I.E.E.

Trujillo,

Peru

MINING ENGINEERING

St. Louis, Mo.

METALLURGICAL ENGINEERING

Student Ass't A.S.M.

Library '40-'42. Tech

C lu b.

ScHMOLDT, HANS EDWARD New Brunswick, N.J. CHEMICAL ENGINEERING

Sigma Pi Cones., '42-'43, Herald, '42, Vice Pres., '43, Trea s ., '43, Pres., '43-' 44. Intedrat. Council. A.I.Ch.E. Stude nt Ass' t Chem. D ept., '42-'43. Photo Club. ScHULTZ, EDwARD MILTON

St. Louis, Mo.

METALLURGICAL ENGINEERING

Shanwock Club. Rifle Team Sec'y-Tr eas ., '41'42, Pres., '43. S.A.M.E. A.S.M. R.O .T .C. A dvanced Course. T ec h Club. Engin ee r s' Club. VAN Os, JoHN HERMAN

St. Loui s, Mo.

ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING

M .S.M. Acad. of Scie nc e Pre s., ' 41-'42. Engineet路s' Club. N.Y.A. As s't Lib. Miner Board. Theta Tau Corres.-Sec'y, '42-'43 , Regent, '43'44. Student Ass't E.E. Dept. Alpha Phi Omega. Blue Key Sec'y-Treas., ' 43, Pres. , '43-'44. Student Council, A.I.E .E. Indep endent' s Sec' yTreas. Music Club. Tau Beta Pi.


NORTHCUTT

"UEL L E

O RI.OF SKY

PATT E RSON

PRESNELL

R E IC H ERT

RO N AT

ROOS

R IJ DERT

R U DISA lLE

SAN DERS

SA UR!

SAVU

SC HMOLDT

SCHULTZ

VAN OS


SCHOENEBERG

SCOTT

SETCHFIELD

SIEVERT

SIMONS

SJOBERG

SPARKS

STALEY

STEGNER

STEINER

STOCKER

SUMMERS

THIELE

THOMAS

THORWEGEN

TATOIAN


SEniORS 1944 ScHOENEBERG, KE NNET H WALTER St. L o ui s, Mo. CIVIL ENG INEE RI NG Tec h C lub . R.O.T..C . .·\ dvanced Course. A.S. C.E. S ..A.M .E. S tud ent Ass 't L ibrary, ' 42-'43. ScoTT, H ARRY SYLVESTER, JR. Ri ve rmin es, Mo. CHE:YIICAL ENG INEER ING Miner Boa rd , C irc ulation Dept. E ng in eers' C lu b Boa rd of Co ntro l, '41 -' 44. lp ha Chi S ig ma Vice - Pres., '43-'44. C la ss of ' 44-P r es., '4 1-'42. St. Pat's Board 'C tiliti es Cha irm a n, '43. A. I. C h .E. B lu e Key Vice P t·es. , '42 -' 43, Pres., '43 ' 44. Student Ass't Ch em. Dep t. '42-'43. Ta u Beta P i. SETCHFIELD, R oBERT EuGENE St. L ou is, Mo. MECHAN ICAL EN GINEERING }\: .Y.A. M ilita r y Dept. Tech Club, R .O .T.C . Advanced Cour se. A.S.M.E. S.A.M.E. Se ni o r C lass Treas. Lambda Ch i A lpha. S tud ent Ass't Military Dept. Gym C lub . SIEVERT, MoRRIS St. Loui s, Mo. MECHAN ICAL ENG INEE RI NG A.S .M .E. Student Ass' t M ilitary Dep t ., '41 -'42. Tec h C lu b. Ind epe ndent 's Board of Control, '42-'43, Pres., '43-'44. Theta Tau T r eas., '43. S tud e nt Council Pres., '43. Min er Board. S t. Pat's Board. B lu e Key. SI MON S, SANfORD LAWRENCE Flushing, N. Y. METALLURGICAL ENGINEERING M.S.M. Aca d . of Sc ience T r eas. , '40. Shamrock C lub . E ng in ee r s' Club . Gy m Club V ice P t·es. , '42- '43. A.S.M . A.I.M .E . S ec' y, '43. The t a Tau . S tud e nt Ass't Met. D ept. Ta u Be ta Pi. B lue Key. Mu s ic C lub. SJOBERG, JoHN WILSON St. Loui s, Mo. CH EM ICAL ENG INEER ING Tech Club. A lpha Chi S igma Repor t er, '44. Tran s fer So uthw es t Mi sso uri State Teachers Coll ege. SPARKS, CH ARLEs HowARD Ellsinore, Mo. CHEMICAL ENG INEER ING Shamrock C lub, A. I.Ch . E . Tr eas., ' 43-'44. A lpha C hi Sigma M. of C. '42-' 44. St ud e nt Ass't Ch e m. Dept. S ig ma P i. E ng in ee r s C lu b. STALEY, GLEN LAMB St. Loui s, Mo. CIVIL ENG INEER ING R. O.T.C. Ba n d. E n g in eers' C lu b. St ude nt Ass't Civil D e pt. E.S.M .\i\T .T. Ta u Be t a Pi. T h e ta Tau. STEGNER, JoH N OscAR Pl easa nt Gree n, Mo. MEC HA NICAL ENG INEERI NG S ham rock Clu b .' Tec h Club. A.S.M.E .

STE INE R, RI CHARD GEORGE S t . Loui s, Mo. ELECTRICAL ENG INEE RING Tech C lub B u s in e s s Mgr .. '42-' 43. S.A.M.E. A.I. E.E . R.O.T.C. Advanced Co ur se. Deto n a t o r s. STOCKER, D AN IEL } AMES E as t St. L oui s, Ill. CHEM ICAL ENG INEERI NG Theta Ka pp a Ph i. Mi ne r Boa rd . A. I.Ch. E. Sec'y, ' 42-' 43, Pres., '43. Tau Beta P i. P hi Kappa P h i. B lu e Key. S uMME Rs, RoB ERT FREDERICK R oll a, Mo. MEC HAN ICAL ENG IN EERI NG S tud e nt Ass't Geo log·y Dept. S h a mrock Club, Sec'y-Treas ., '40. A .S.M.E. Ta u Be ta Pi Pres., '41. E n g in ee r s' C lub. T h eta Tau. Jame s Scholars hip , '43-'44. T ATO IAN, GEORGE Naugatuck, C o nn . CHEMICAL ENG INE ER IN G Lambda C hi A lp h a. A.T.C h. E . S tud e nt Ass' t C h em . Dept. THIELE, ALFRED WILLIAM C a pe Girardeau , Mo. CHEMICAL ENG INEER ING ~igma P i. A lph a Chi S ig ma . Stud e nt Ass't C h em. D ep t. A. I.Ch .E. Tau Be t a Pi. P hi Kappa P hi.

THOMAs, WILLIAM Jos EPH J effe rson City, Mo. MECHANICAL ENG INEER ING T h e ta Kappa Ph i. Int erfrat ernit y Counc il Pres., '42. A.S.M.E. A lph a P hi O m ega Pres., '43-'44. THORW EGEN, ALBERT HE NRY CIVIL ENG INEERI NG

Roll a, Mo.

T h e ta Kappa P hi. Steward Tr eas., '42-'43. A.S. C.E. R.O.T.C. M in er Boa t· d. S . .<\.M .E. 1\.Y.A. Ass 't C . E. Dept. Intra mu ra l Spor t s \N r e tlin g a nd Handball.


W .-\LTE NSPIEL

WEGENER

WALTENSPIEL, EDMUND JosEPH CIVIL ENGINEERING

Rolla , Mo.

Alpha Phi O m ega Trea s .. '43- ' 44. A. S .C. E Pre s ., '43- '44. Stud ent Ass 't C. E . D ep t. WEGENER, WILBERT FREDERICK Marthasvi ll e, Mo. CIVIL ENGINEERING En g ineer s' Club. A.S.C. E . A lpha Phi O ni ega Hi st orian , '42-'43. R. O .T.C . Advanc ed Cour se. S.A.M. E . S tudent Ass 't Ci v il Dept.

WICKER

WYGANT

Springfie ld , Mo. WICKER, DAVE ANDREW CHEM ICAL ENGI NEERING ~ i g ma :'\ u R ec ord er , '4 3-44. Roll a m o Board. .--\lpha Chi S ig ma Pre s ., '43-'44. Min et路 B oard Bu s in ess M g-r. , '43-'44. S tud e nt A ss' t Ch em. D e pt. '42-'43. A.I.Ch. E . WYGA NT, KE NNETH NoRMAN Rock Stream, N. Y. ELECTRICAL ENGINEERI NG Radio Club . Sh a mroc k C lu b. Alpha Phi Om ega. The ta Tau. R.O.T.C . _-\d v an ced Cour se. A.I. E .E. S..-\.M. E .

UnPHOTOGRRPHED SEniORS Springfield, Ill. BARNES, WILLIAM GERVAISE MINING ENGINEERING Triangle R ecording Sec'y, '43. A .I .M. E. Student A s s't in Mining Department. BLOcK, HAROLD S. St. Louis, Mo. ELECTRICAL ENG INEERING A .I.E.E . BusH, ARTHUR JoE University City, Mo. MINING ENGINEER ING Pi Kappa Alpha S ec'v . '41, Pl e i:lg-ema s t e r. '43 . Tntramural Sports. " M" Club S ec' y, '42. Track Team. R. O. T.C. Advanced C o ur se . S.A.M.E. A .I.M.E.

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Dallas, Tex. NEVILLE METALLURGICAL ENGINEERING Sig-ma Pi Herald, '42. Photo C lu b. R. O .T.C . Advanced Cours e, S .A .M .E.

CHALK,

FoRBES, jAcK CoLEMAN Rolla, Mo. MECHANICAL ENGINEERING A .S.M.E. Treas., '43. Rolla, Mo. FRAME, RussELL ELLIOT ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING Kappa Sig ma Ma s t er of C er emoni es . '42, Inn er Guard, '41. A lpha Phi Om ega. A. I. E. E. S ec'y , '42. Th e ta Tau. R.O.T .C . Advan ced Cou rse . Blue K ey . S.A.M. E . Ferguson , Mo. HERRMANN, jAcK OLIVER CIVIL ENGINEERING N .Y.A. A ss' t Civil Dept. T ech Club. A.S .C.E. Alpha Psi O mega . R.O .T.C. Advanc ed Cour se. Detonator s. S.A.M.E. Student A ss' t E .S.M.\iV. T . IsENMANN, EDWARD STEPHAN Warrenton, Mo. MECHANICAL ENG INEERING Alpha Lambda Tau , '41. Engineer s' Club. " M" Club Member. Student Ass 't Physical Education Dept. LYLE, SAMUEL HuTCHISON Ferguson, Mo. CIVIL ENGINEERING A.S.C.E. R.O.T.C. Advanced Course. S.A.M . E. N.Y.A. Student Ass't m Civil Dept.

St. Louis, Mo. M ILL ER, EBERT HAMMEL MECHANICAL ENGINEERING T ech C lu b. R.O .T . C. Advan ced Cours e. " M" Club M emb er . S.A .M .E . Football S quad . MoELLER, LESTER KENNETH E lli s Grove, Ill. CIVIL ENG INEERING R.O.T.C. A dvanc ed Coms e. S.A.M. E. N. Y.A . :::tudent A ss 't Ci v il Dept. MuRPHY, RAY JosEPH Bonne Terre, Mo. MECHANICAL ENGINEERING Engine er s' Club. Tran sfe rred fr o m Flat River Juni o r Coll eg e. Rolla, Mo. PINGEL, VERNON JoHN METALLURG ICAL ENGINEERING S hamroc k C lub , Board of Control, '41-'42. :\T.Y.A. A ss ' t Bu s in es s O ffice . Student Council. Intramural Board. A.I.M.M.E . Tau B eta Pi Vice P res. , '43. A.S .M . RuLE, WILLIAM THOMAS Parsons, Kans. METALLURGICAL ENGINEERING Kappa Sigma Gua rd , '43. Gle e Club Vice Pr es ., '42. A.S .M. A .I.M.E. Intramural Sports . Tran sfe rr e d from Pars on s Junio r Coll ege. \VALSH, FRANCIS REGIS St. Louis, Mo. CIVIL ENGINEERING :'\.Y. A . Stud e nt A ss't Ci vil Dept. Var s ity Tra ck T eam. Engin ee r s' C lu b. A. S.C. E . R O .T.C. A dv ance d Cour se. S. A .M.E. WAMPLER, RICHARD EARL Mascot, Tenn. MINING ENGINEERING E ngin ee_r s' C lu b Board o f Control , '41, Sec'yTr ea s., '42, Pres .. '43. Min e r Board, Circulation Dept. Cla ss of '44 Vice Pr es .. '41. A.I.M.E. Trea s., '43. Stud e nt As s't Mining Dept., ' 43. Ind e p e ndent 's Board of Control. WESTWATER, RoBERT STUART Kansas City, Mo. METALLURGICAL ENGINEERING Pi Kappa A lpha Trea s ., '41. Rollamo Board . St. Pat's Board Vic e Pres., '40. Golf Squad, '40-'41. Rollamo Board Managing Editor, '40'41. A.S.M. "M" Club , '40-'42.


A MILESTONE


OFFICERS President . Ri chard \ !\Talker Vic e-P1·esiden t .Joseph Sheppard Secretary . .. Ernest \1\Te inel T1·easu1·er __ .. .James \Vylie

SHEPPARD WEINEL WILEY

JUniORS Kansas City Allen, G. vV. Hannibal Anton Ill, C. P. Arana, R. J. Cliihuahua, Chia. Mexicq University City Barnett, \1\T. J. Clayton Barron, E. D . St. Louis Billy, J. H. Cape Girardeau Blount, D. T. Girardeau Cape Break, vV. L. St. Louis Brinkmann, H. 0. Rosiclare, IlL Browning, C. M. vVebster Groves . Clayton, J. B. Kirkwood Crosby, R. A . Carthage Custis, M. L. St. Louis Davis, C. B. Morris, Ill. Dean, G. E. Cranford , N . .J. Doss, G. K. D e Soto Duffner, B. " ' · Fulton , Ky. Elam, .J. D. Shreveport, La. Ellis, \!\' . F. New York, N. Y. Eriv, Leon St. Louis Feyerabencl, G . A. Lamar Finley, C. E. J efferson City Gilliland, H . .J. St. Louis Heineck, R. L. St. Louis Hoffman, A., .Jr.

Glendale .Jackson Schmitz, F. vV. Kaste n, P. R. St. Loui s .Jackso n Schofro, F. 0. Kasten, V. L. Kan sas City Topaz, Utah Selleck, L. H. _!S:awaguchi, M. J. St. Louis E. St. Louis, Ill. Sexauer, B. J. Kind er, Ivan P. Carthage Cuba M. . E Shank, Lindberg, A. " ' · Clever Springfield .Sheppard, J. W. Little, J. E. Fornfelt Rolla Sheppard, K. D. Lloyd, S. H. St. Louis Shivelbine. W. L. Cape Girardeau McCarthy, J. .J. St. Louis Smith, Alice .J. Ft. L eo nard \Vood McCutchen, N. L. Hannibal St. Louis Smith, J. A. McDowell, G. K. St. Loui s Cape Girardeau Sparlin, B. J. Magill, W. H. St. Loui s University City Steininger, D. H. Milton , 0 . Alton, Ill. Brooklyn, N.Y. Trogdon, R. L. Moniak, E. Palmyra Sikeston Tucker, P. A. Montgomery. R. M. Newell, Cali( Uyetake, Kor Nichols, B. \'\T. St. Louis Baxter Springs, Kans. Vogt, R. A. St. Louis Union Vorbeck, J. C. Pautler, ·R. E. St. Louis St. Louis · \tVeber, \\T. E. Piasecke, R. F. St. Loui s F. H. Louis \tVebers, St. P. A. Ploesser, 1 Rolla · r R . Ill. Collinsville, H. R. \1\Tegener, ......... , In k n a R East St. Louis, Ill. R eader, E. G. Ri chmond H eights . Weinel, E. A. St. Louis Cape Girardeau. \tVilliamson , R. L. Riggs, T. R. Spickard St. Louis · Wilson, J. \1\ Rock , R. M. St. Louis \ !\Test Plains \V yli e, J. E. Rust, H. R . Springfield . St. Louis - Yoder, C. B. Schalk, H. F. 1


JUniOR PERSOnALITIES

FINLEY WEBERS \'AN OS

SCHMITZ PI.OESSER HOFFMAN


JUniORS

ALLEN

ANTON

BARNETT

BARRON

BILLY

BLOUNT

BREAK

BRINKMANN

BROWNING

CLAYTON

CROSBY

CUSTIS

DAVIS FEYERABEND

DEAN

DUFFNER

ELAM

ELLIS

ERIV

FINLEY

GILLILAND

HEINECK

HOFFMAN

KASTEN) V. MCDOWELL

KINDER

LINDBERG

LITfLE

MCCARTHY

KASTENJ P. MCCUTCHEN

MAGILL

MILTON

MONTGOMERY

NICHOLS

PAUTLER


JUniORS

PIAS EC KE

PLOESSER

R EA DER

RIGGS

SCHALK

SCHMITZ

SC HOfRO

SEL L EC K

RO C K SH AN K

SH E PP A RD> k.

S HIV E LBI NE

s.vr ITH

S PARLI N

TROGDO N

SHEPPARD> J. TUC KE R

UYETA KE

VORBEOK

W E BE R

W E B E RS

W EGENE R

WEINEL

WILLI AMSON

WILSON

WYLI E

YODER

R UST


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OFFICERS

President .... Lawrence Jambore tz Vice-President .... Robert A damo T 路reasu rer .. . .. . Rob ert Barmeier Secretary . . . . . Leroy Mark way


SOPHOffiORE CLRS

Adamo, R . .J. vVaterloo, N. Y. Allen, K. St. Louis Barmeier, R. L. St. Louis Belew, E. vV. Lemay Buterbaug h, B. E. Rich Hill Canning, F. H., .Jr. St. Louis Chestnut, E. .Joplin Copeland, A. E. Rich Hill Daniels, T . D. Butler Davidson, G. A. Kansas City, Kan. Deichmann , A. M. Webster Groves Dieckman, L. E. St. Louis Duke, Calvin W. St. Louis Ehrlich, J. W. Ft. Leonard Wood Emo, R. E. St. Louis Fields, L. E. St. Louis Glaves, .J. V. St. Louis Guilfoy, D. C. St. Louis Hackmann , R. E. St. Charles Henry, G. E. Springfield Hessling, D. H. St. Louis Hopper, H. Z. Cooter Ikeuye, K. K. Poston, Ariz.

.Jamboretz, L. .J. St. Louis 1 .Jost, G . M. \ Vebster Groves .Juergens, R. J., Jr. St. Louis Kaempf, L. R. St. Louis Kiburz, '"'路 H. St. Louis Koch, D. H. St. Louis Kuwamoto . Satoshi Rivers, Ariz. Kuwamoto , Yasuyki Rivers, Ariz. Landy, H . G. Chicago, Ill. Lowder, D. G. Rich Hill McClary, L. R. St. Louis McKelvey, .J. M . University City Markway, L. H. .Jefferson City M eenen, A. R. St. Louis Meyer, D. I. St. Louis Milz, E. A . St. Louis Moe, H . G. Honolulu, T . H. Mueller, J. R. Maplewoo d Murray, R. E. St. Louis Niewoehne r, R. J. Richmond H ts. Nomi , .J Y. Hunt, Idaho Olivares, A. Caracas, Venezuela Olsen, 0. M. Little Rock, Ark.

Ozawfl. .. J. K. Hunt, Idaho Portmann, M. E. St. Louis Rankin, N. 0. Rolla Rasmussen , K. N. St. Louis Reed, C. \t\T. Montgome ry City Roley, R. N. St. Louis Rutledge, W. A. Lemay Scheinema n, .J. A. Sterling, Ill. Schmitz, R. L. Glendale Seabaugh, R . R. P erryville Sisk, F. 0. Excelsior Springs Stadelhofe r, .J. Webster Groves Tapperson , A. Maplewoo d Tarson, S. Kansas City Todd, F. A. Vichy Trace, J. J. Crystal City Walpert, G. W. Monett Welborn, A. T. St. Louis \t\Thaley, H. P. St. Louis White, R. T. Glendale \t\Tilhelms, K. M. St. Louis Yochum, R . .J. St. Louis


THE FRESHmEn OFFIC E RS

P1路esident

..... . ... . . . . . ]. C. Vogt V ice-PTesiden t ... C. Turk SecTetaFy . .. . . . ... . .. . ... H. C. Breh e Treasurer . . .. . ... A. C. Cook


fRESHffiRn ( LAS S Alderman, .J. D. Detwcr, Colo. Altmann, F. E. St. Louis Atkisson , D . \ V. .-\ urora Barkley, .J. E. Lucerne Bay. R . D. St. Louis Bennett, P. M. Jr. R olla Bissell, J. J. St. Louis Blackshaw, \ '\1 . E. St. Charles Boaz, L. R. Little Rock, Ark. Boza, .J. H. Lima, Peru Brehe, H. C. St. Louis Buel, R. \1\T. \Vashington Casselman, H. M. Rolla Chaney, .J. B. Little Rock, Ark. Coffell, H. L. Amsterdam. Connors, R . F. Moberly Cook, A . C. St. Louis Copeland, R. E. St. Louis Corbett, R . E. Pacific Coulter, G. G. Joplin Cox, J. H . Kirkwood Crain, W . P. St. Loui s Cramer, M . \1\T. St. Louis Crow, H . J. St. Louis Daetw yler, D . \1\T . Lamar Dasso, A. T . Lima, Peru Delan y, M. J. Jr. St. Louis Den Boer, J. H. Des Moines, Ia. Devine, T. G . St. Louis De \1\Tebster, L. L. Roxana, Ill. Doisy, R. J. \1\Tebster Groves Edmunds, A . \1\T. St. Louis Ellerman, \1\T. E. St. Louis Entzerothm, R. E. Webster Groves Feltmann, J. A. \1\Tashington

ferber, T . H. Kirkwood Flanagan, \V . .J. St. Louis GalaYis, H. J . Caracas, Ven. S. A. Gaulden, E . G. Cameron Gevecker, R. V. St. Lou is Goodenough, K. E. St. Louis Grant, G. T . Hannibal Hackel, B. K. St. Louis Hailey, H . L. St. Louis Hoehn , E. E. Perryville Hoff, H. L. Fillmore, Ill. Hoover, D . \ 1\T. Festus Hornecker, C . W. Union Hubbard , W. F. Bosworth Ju enger, G. J. Maplewood Kite, D. F estus Koenig, F. G. St. Loui s Kolde, R. E. St. Louis Kramer, v\1. A. St. Joseph Ku eser, J. J. \1\Tebster Groves Lane, R. J. Princeton LaPage, J . A. Newburgh, N.Y. L ee, K. Q. St. L ouis Line, D. L. Rolla Lu ebchow, J. Rolla McCumber, D. E. Normandy Maddox, J. A. Springfield, Ill. Martin, B. E. Evansville, Ind. Meifert, \1\T. .J. University City Mestemacher, M. M. St. Louis Miller, F . .J. St. Louis Morrow, T. H. Carthage Neher, J. F. \1\Tashington Novak, G . J. St. Louis O'Brien, J. T . University City

UnCLASSIFIED STUDEnTS Baker, Natalie Janice Cross, Adah Rose Downes, Doris Edith Elkins, Gladys Iren e Embree, James Nagle Katz, Adele Powell Kroner, J eanette Marie St. L ehr, Hazel Gray Ft. Leonard Milsted, Harriet Virginia Ritzman, June La Verne Trial, Ruth Wilks, Betty Ellen Ft. Leonard Ziske, T -h eodore

Rolla Rolla Rolla Dixon Rolla Rolla James Wood Rolla Rolla Rolla Wood Salem

Oire, C. 0. St. Louis Oliver, E. L. Jr. Little Rock, Ark. O'Sullivan, J L. Farmington P<<clovano, A. T. Boo nton , N . .J. Pagano, S. J. Crystal City Pankau, H. E. Kirkwood Parish, G. \1\T. Springfield D arso ns, P . H. Crane Pillip, E. R. St. Louis Poll, K. 0. St. Charles Powell, J. D. Rolla Raining, R. C. Clayton Rauch, R . P. St. Louis R eill y, .J. G : Jr. Pachuca, Mex . Rubinton , G. Brookl yn, N. Y. Ruff, D. 0. St. Joseph Russo, J. St. Louis Saenz, R . La Ascencion, Chih, lVJex . Schindler, J. J. St. Loui s Selle, J. B. Farmington Seltzer, L. L. New York, N.Y. Shibata, H. H. Posto n, Ariz. Short, J. R. Borger, Tex. Siefert, \1\T . R. Jr. St. Louis Stoecker, W. F. Valley Park Tappmeyer, R. A. Owensville Tee, D. M. Springfield Teel, J. H. Overland Victor, C. E . Salem Vreeland, R. M. St. Louis \1\Tatkins, C. \t\1. \1\Tebster Groves \1\Tehking, C . \1\T. St. Louis \1\Tilliams, R. J . St. Louis \!\Tool, S. University City



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Missour i School of Mines welcomed a contingent of about 400 Army men to its campus in August, 1943. 'The instruction received is deemed necessary by the Army for basic engineering training.

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Mechanized!

R. 0. T. (. 1 n ACTIOn

Scores of graduates of the Missouri School of Mines Regiment of the Reserve Officers' Training Corps are now serving the United States on every war front in the world. The training they received here was thorough and opportune. Many of these men have been decorated; some have died. But wherever . or whatever their service, they have reflected credit upon their country and school.

Only Kidding NOW!


R. 0. T. C. Of the memb ers of the Enlist ed Reser ve Corps called to active duty June g, 1943, thirty -three were enroll ed in the first year of the Adva nced Cours e of R.O.T .C. It was necess ary that these men comp lete Basic Train ing before enteri ng Officers' Candi date Schoo l. After succes sful comp letion of their Basic Train ing, these men were sent back to the Schoo l of Mines to contin ue acade mic traini ng while await ing openi ngs in 0. C. S. These openi ngs came, and these men were ordere d to 0. C. S. at Ft. Belvo ir, Virgin ia, March 2, 1944, to becom e memb ers of the long list of Misso uri Schoo l of Mines ' contri bution to the armed services.

Alliso n, G. 路A. Anton , C. P. Blair, E. B. Brow ning, C. M. Burke , G. B. Bush, A. J. Butze r, H. G. Chalk , J. N. Clayto n, J. B.

Ellis, W. F. Frame , R. E. Good win, R. E. Good win, W. J. Hellw ege, W. H. Herrm ann, J. 0. Hoels cher, .J. ,1\T. Hoere th, W. H. Howa rd, '1\T. E.

Kenda ll, J. H. Lyle, S. H. Miller , E. H. Moell er, L. K. Monte , M. N. Muell er, J. D. Nicho ls, B. ,1\T. Parkin son, W. M.

Advan ced Reser ve Officers Train ing Co rps

Rock, R. M. Rudis aile, H. J. Sellec k, L. H. Steine r, R. G. Thorw egen, A. H. Walsh , F. R. Wege ner, W. F. Wege ner, R. H.


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' BASIC R.O.T.C. Although the Advanced Course of R. 0. T. C. was abolished by the War Department, the Basic Course was allowed to be continued; and at the present time is giving invaluable military training to freshmen and sophomores of the Missouri School of Mines. This training is required for a degree, and in normal I times the School of Mines Regiment was one of the most efficient in the Seventh Corps Area having won the Blue Star for excellence thirteen consecutive years. The course offers: drill and command, rifle marksmanship, military mapping, scouting and patrolling, rigging, as 路well as many other phases of basic military eng1neenng.

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THE STAFF OFFICER S

ENLISTE D MEN

Mask, W. S.. .......... . . . Lieutenan t Colon el

Bertram, ,1\T. B. . .. .. ... ..... Master Sergeant

Birch, S. B. ......... . .... . .. . ...... Captain

Alxander, T. R . . ......... T echnical Sergeant

Shank, J. H. . ..... . ......... . ..... . Captain

Kemp, K. C. . ...... . . . ... .... . Staff Sergeant

McCutchen, G. C. . . .. .... . .. First Lieutenant

Piper, L. W. . ... .. ..... . ........... Sergeant

Finn, F. M . . . .. .... . ..... . . . First Lieutenant

Jones, M. F . .... .. .... T echnica l Sergeant 4/c

McDowell, L. V ... ... . ... .. .. First Lieu tenant

Moore, B. J. . .... . ..... . ...... . ... Corporal Tyler, L. E. .. . ....... ... .. . ... .. .. Corporal Schutt, A .

.J. . ..... . . . . .. . .. . ... . ....... .Pfc.


COffiPRnY R- R. S. T. P. PERSONNEL First Platoon Ackerman, Robert M. Afman, \t\Tilliam M. Alexander, William E. Jr. Baker, Warren E. Jr. Balchunas, Victor A. Baron, Pete Baron, Richard E. Beal, Jacob W. Begley, John W. Belanger, Irving J. Jr. Bergman, Donald P. Berry, Lloyd. E. Jr. Bierylo, Anthony M . . Bishop, Lawrence L. Jr. Blue, Adrian A. Boss, Paul Branum, Cecil L. Byrne, Richard C. Capper, Wayne E. Capps, Robert B. Charlevoix, Donald Civitano, Joseph Costello, Alb.e rt J. Cropp, James C. Curyto, Bernard J.

J.

Davidson, Emil Davis, Robert F. De Felice, Fred Dowel, Martin E. Drake, Richard C. Drake, Robert E. Dupor, Henry A. Ebert, Donavon R. Effertz, \t\Tilliam E. Jr. Ehrlich, Leonard Fazio, Joseph Feinstein, Edward Finnegan, 'George E. Frani, Joseph L. Freed, Frank H.

PLATOO ' S 1, 2,

3,

AND

4

Gates, Glen R. Glenny, Wilmer C. Goldfield, Jerome


comPAnY R- R. S. T. P. Graf, Justin Gullicksen, Harold R. Gutshall, G eorge F. Jr. Guzik, Alexander

Scharhag, H erman A . Sheridan, Russell C. Smith, Charles L. Smith, Loren D. Smith, Paul V. Sonnekalb, Harold \tV. Spencer, Victor A. Str:aub, Joseph B. Jr.

Hanske, Theodore R. Harrington, Donald J .

Second Platoon Hayd en, Glenn A. Heilman, Roman G. Held, Robert E. Helms, Robert L. Jr. Hilimire, Richard L. Hoffman Martin F. Holland, William D. Hyslop, Robert W. Jr.

Tatarsky, Gerald N. Todoroff, Theodore G. T suchida, Shinji A. Tuttle, Edward 0. Valliere, Alfred R.

Th iTd Platoon Archacki, Lucian S. Austin, James W.

Kane, Daniel F . Jr. King, Raymond E. Koffman, Milton A. Konwinski, Edward S. Jr. Kragiel, Lucian J. Krider, John W. Kubat, E,u gene J. Kuhns, Ermal N.

Bickley, Charles T . Blessing, George H. Bloch, Joseph T. Boyd, Audrey E. Brightly, Lawrence L. Brooks, Gerald T. Brown, Harry D .

Lemmen, Dallas A. Levine, Jacob S. Littlejohn, Thomas E. Jr. Liveten, Benjamin D. Luce, Mendal ]. Lumaco, Roy A.

Carmichael, Billy R. Collins, Roy W. Jr. Daetz, Charles K. D een, Duane C. Dennison, Henry C . Dorn, Thomas E . Dmery, Dara E.

McDaniel, Faries ]. Mack, Claude L. Jr. Macewicz, Stanley A. Miller, Clarence J.

Flatt, Millard

Rekuc, Walter S. Revelson, .Howard ]. Ribchinsky, Louis Richardson, Everett V.

Gerdes, John B. G euther, G rant B. Gill, Francis M . Jr. Girard, Lawren ce M. Glickman, P erry Goodman, Howard P. Cosier, Charles ]. Greene, Jack P. Gregory, Robert H. Gruhl, Richard F.

Sadler, Thomas

H eesacker, Edward

Nihart, Ri chard W. P ecoraro, Amalio J. Pollard, Thomas \tV. Preston, Bobby G.

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J effery, Arthur B. Johnson, Albert \ 1\T. Johnson, Everett M. Jones, Stephen D. Jr. Jourdain, Louis F. Kearns, Lawrence F.

FouTth Platoon Keedy, Chester F. Jr. Knecht, Donald E. Kost, Richard K. Kralick, Edward D. Leonard, William D. Long, Thomas Loop, James P. McGleughlin, William R. McMorris, John R . Martin, Melvin S. Mattraw, Gordon E. Melone, Fred \1\T. Mooney, Charles Morris, John B. Morrison, Kenneth L. Myers, Irven D. Overturf, Wayne L. Pannell, Benjamin D. Penfield, John W. Raible, Joseph C. Schilt, Bernard E. Schlesinger, Melvin Sor ense n, Willard M . Spader, J ohn P. Steinberg, L ewis Stoddard, Donald G. Tu ck er, Farrell G. Turner, G eorge C. \ 1\T eisen stein, Harold F.

West, Devon G . \1\Thite, Chester C. \1\Tilks, John C. \tVinters, William R.


comPAnY B- R. S. T. P. PERSONNEL Fifth Platoon Allen, Jesse B. Autrey, Roy ]. Baker, Raymond H. Beck, Kenneth J. Beyer, Donald P. Blanke, Lloyd R. Braich, Matthew M. Burkett, Robert E. Caves, Thomas E. Christo, Takis A. Cohn, Maurice L. Cornwell, Henry W. Coursey, Edward F. Coventry, Gordon D. Dalpini, David Donaldson, Charles H. Eaton, William R. Erickson, Ger<:ld J. Friis-Hansen , Andrew V. Gauerke, Reinhart C. Hansen, Owen H. Harroll, Richard P. Haught, Beryl H. Jr. Heath, William C. Henry, Kenneth A. 路 Hyndman, Charles L. Johnston, Stephen R. Keirn, Albert J. Kinsey, A. H. Kling, Robert J. Kohmescher , David J. McGuire, Earl ]. Manthey, Robert ]. Monahan, James E. Reichlin, Saul Shafer, Charles L. Van Wagoner, Oliver J. V erdecchia, Leo M. Vitanza, Joseph A. Von Gillern, Richmond D.

PLATOONS

5, 6, 7,

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Waddington , Thomas L. \1\Tade, Neal 0. Jr. Walsh, Eugene G. Weaver, Martin H. Welch, .James M. \1\Thite, Phillip ]. White, William L.


comPAnY B- R. S. T. P. Williams, Robert A. Winkiewicz, Victor J. Yates, George R. Zacek, Joseph C.

Sixth Platoon \

Ackron, Joseph E. Ailes, Robert J. Archer, Herman B. Azar, Mitchell Bagwell, Fred A. Bearman, Charles H. 路Brenner, George J. Brown, Jerrold B. Buening, John G. Bullis, Harold 0. Caine, John J. Dannell, Glenn E. Donnelly, James J. Durans, Philip T. Evans, Rowan B. Gallagher, Lawrence J. Harrod, Herbert E. Heffelrnan, William S. Heinemann, Richard B. Hensen, Thomas H. Higginbotham, Clarence M. Houglum, Edgar J. Kirby, Eugene D. Le Maitre, George M. Lightfoot, Murchison D. Lind, Norman E. McDonough, John J. Miller, Thomas H. Nicola, Antonio J. _ Schapiro, Jerome J. Schoenberger, Morton W. Schuttenberg, Harry J. Snyder, Donald H. Voget, Kenneth S. Wilfer, Edward F. Winblad, Alfred E. Yarusites, Felix

Seventh Platoon Bach, Bernard R. Baun, Thomas H. Beam, Billy E. Blalock, Robert H. Bradshaw, Charles H. Brandau, Frank Jr. Brunner, Emereth J. Bruyr, Jack R. Cogan, James H. Fitzgerald, Joseph ,1\T. Franklin, Sidney A. Jr. Janzen, Walter C. J eselnik, Ernest G. Jones, Abraham Keast, Bernard C. King, Edmund J. Mueller, Victor A . Orban, Theodore A. Jr. Portley, William A. Reff, Denton J. Reichelt, Robert E. Schaeve, Donald K. Schield, Harvey W. Jr. Siebert, Oliver W . Skinner, John W. Jr. Sorenson, Robert S. Stanford, Ralph Stout, Calvin R. Thomas, Clair L. Vore, Gordon C. Weitzer, Eugene H.

Eighth Platoon Abel, William M. Beran, Victor J. Boddie, Charles B. Braden, Ralph L. Bunnell, John P. Butler, Harry Carpenter, Manson C. Carson, Homer L. Cirker, Leonard Clark, Clifford T. Clark, Richard B. Cockeram, Donald J. Coleman, William 0.

Conley, Joseph W. Conyers, James B . Cramer, Harry C. Jr. Cunningham, William E. Dahlstrom, Roland G. Daniele, Aldo R. Daye, Charles J. Dean, William L. Deutschman, Jerome N. Dickson, Donald E. Dolphin, Mark A. Dorszynski, John J. Ellis, Don E. Ervin, David B. Finneran, Donald L. Gallagher, John A. Gore, George H. Hamm, Kenneth L. Harmon, Philip M. Humke, Raymond B. Huston, Lee E. I to, Yoshimi Jackson, Royle 0. Jacovatos, Nicholas V. Johnson, Donald F. Knowlson, Arthur R. Lang, Marcel E. Lee, Frank F. Morford, Courtney

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0 lsen, George M. Oppen, Allan M. Osburn, Charles Peterson, Fred W. Piper, Ervin L. Protzmann, Donald E. Rosauer, John A. Saxon, William R. Seitzer, James D. Senowitz, Morris Sullivan, William L. Susac, Andrew N. Swinehart, John R. Totman, Frederic L. Travers, George C. Weathersbee, Ely J. Webster, Glen M. Jr. Wong, James H. Wood, David P.





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Wits are sharpened and personalities are molded by

friendships and associations made through campus organizations.


PH I KRPPR PH I路 Phi Kappa Phi, national honor society, installed its chapter on M.S.M . campus in 1920. During its twenty-three years of activity on the campus it has been recognized as the outstanding honor society at M.S.M. / Membership is limited to the upper ten per cent of the graduating class and those graduate students whose scholarship merits award. Character and service are also attributes which are stressed when electing members. At the beginning of each year the society awards a bookplate bearing the society's seal to each member of the upper fifteen per cent of each class.

F . H. Frame 0. R. Grawe H . R . Hanley 0. A. Henning W. J. .Jensen K. K. Kershner 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 MEMBERS

J. ,1\T. Brodhacker J.D. Dowel E . C. Goetemann ,1\T. A. Hubbard W. L. Larson J. R. Miller D . .J. Stocker A. ,1\T. Thiele FACULTY MEMBERS

W. C . Alsmeyer J. B. Butler E. C. Carlton M. H. Cagg C. Y. Clayton T. G. Day

BRODHACKER

OFFICERS

PTesident .. ... ........ . . . . . . D. F . Boltz Vice-President .. . ...... . . . . . R. C. Seibel Secretary- Treasw路er . .. . . . ... . M. H. Cagg ]oumal Correspondent .. ... . "\V . .J. .Jensen

DOWD

GOETEMANN STOCKER

HUBBARD THIELE

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LARSON

MILLER


TRU BETH pI

BRODHACKER KINDER

DOWD

GOETEMANN

HUBBARD

HICKS

HOFFMAN

JENKINS

LARSON

MATEER

MILLER

NELSON

RUST

SCHMITZ

SCOTT

SIMONS

STALEY

STOCKER

SUMMERS

THIELE

路 DICK

VAN OS

Tau Beta Pi was founded at Lehigh University in 1885. The Beta Chapter of Missouri was founded at M.S.M. in December, 1906. Since that time it has risen to become the highest ranking honorary engineering fraternity on the campus. The purpose of the fraternity is best stated in this preamble: "To mark in a fitting manner those who have conferred honor upon their Alma Mater by distinguished scholarship and exemplary character as undergraduates or by their attainments as alumni; and to foster a spirit of liberal culture in th~ Engineering schools of America."

H. R. Rust H. S. Scott S. L. Simons A. W. Thiele J. H. Van Os

STUDENT MEMBERS

J. W. Brodhacker J.D. Dowd W. A. Hubbard E. C. Goetemann I. P. Kinder W. L. Larson R. S. Mateer .J. R. Miller F. S. Nelson V. J. Pingel F. W. Schmitz G. L. Staley D. H. Steininger D. J. Stocker C. A. Dick W. D. Hicks A. Hoffman J. E. Jenkins

HONORARY MEMBER

Jean M. Lloyd OFFICERS

FACULTY MEMBERS

PTesident ... ..... .. . . ... ,t\T. A. Hubbard Vice-President ..... . ...... . . V. J. Pingel SecTetary . .... ... . . . ... .. .. . . J. D. Dowd TTeasuTeT . .. .. . ..... . . Prof. D. F. Walsh CatalogeT ... .. ... . . Prof. ,t\T. C. Alsmeyer

C. Y. Clayton H. R. Hanley K. K. Kershner C. V. Mann A. J. Miles G. A. Muilenberg R. M. Rankin D. F. Walsh R. Z. Williams C. T. A. .Johnk

ADVISORY BOARD

R. Z. Williams R. M. Rankin

G. A. Muilenberg J. S. Johnson


8 LUE KEY Blue Key is a national honorary, non-social fraternity. Its pnmary purpose service, in any way possible, to the school.

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Members of Blue Key are chosen from the upper fourth of their class and must have indications toward leadership and be active in events on the campus. Candidates for pledging are judged upon personality, character, good fellowship, and willingness to serve the school. This year the chapter has been very active and has provided many service achievements. Some of them are the compilation and publication of a Student Directory, the operation and maintenance of the scoreboard for basketball games, a smoker for the Freshmen, ushering facilities at school affairs, awarding of shingles to the upper ten per cent of the Freshman class, and publication of the 1944 "Rollamo."

R. S. Mateer H. R. Ru st M . Sievert S. L. Simons D. J. Stocker H. F. '1\Tebers

ST DENT MEMBERS

C. A. Dick .J. D. Dowel E . C. Goetemann '"'路 A. Hubbard R . lViiller H. S. Scott J. H. Van O s .J. ' "'. Brodhacker C. E. Finley R. \IV. Jamison R. J. Kick

.J.

O FFICERS

FACULTY MEMBERS

Pr-esident . . ....... . . H. S. Scott Vice-Pr-esident . . .. .J.D. Dowel Seaetary- Treasurer- .. . .. . .J. H . Van Os C onesponding Secretary ... . . C. A . Dick

BRODHACKER

DICK

DOWD

FINLEY

GOETEMANN

JAMISON

JE KINS

KICK

MATEER

SIMO S

STOCKER

SIEVERT

Prof. W. C. Alsmeyer Prof. F. E. Dennie Mr. Noel Hubbard Capt. Shanks

GOODWIN

HUBBARD

MILLER

RUST

SCOTT

VAN OS

WEBERS


RLPHR (HI SI GmR

BANKS

BRODHACKER

DE ISO

DRAGOSET

GRASS

HEI ICK

HOERETH HUBBARD JE Kl SJ J. D.

KASTEN

KINDER

MAGILL

MILLER

MUELLER

ROOS

RUDERT

RUST

SCHMITZ

SCHOFRO

SCOTT

SHANK

SHEPPARD

SJOBERG

SPARKS

THIELE

WICKER

YODER

The Beta Delta Chapter of Alpha Chi Sigma, Professional Chemical fraternity, was established on this campus in 1936. The national organization was founded in 1902 at the University of Wisconsin and at the present time there are forty-six active collegiate chapters, seventeen professional chapters and nine professional groups. Through the efforts of the chapter a true and lasting friendship is attained among its members. The chapter also strives for the advancement of chemistry both as a science and a profession. The fraternity sponsors an annual Alpha Chi Sigma Dance, a safety program throughout the Chemical Building, a chapter publication, "The Beta Delta Data," and a Chemical iagic Show for Parents' Day. PLEDGES

MEMBERS

R . R. Denison W. H . Dragoset L. w·. Grass R . L. Reineck \V. A. Hubbard J. D. Jenkins I. P. Kinder K. E. Rudert H. R. Rust F. 0. Schofro E. £. Shank J. D. Sheppard .J. \1\T. Sjoberg A . \V. Thiele \1\T . Hoereth J. Mueller

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OFFICERS

Master Alch emist .... . ..... Dave \!\Ticker Vice-Master A !chemist ....... Harry Scott T1'ertsure1· . . . . . . . . .. .John Brodhacker Recorder ... .. : .... . ........ . Jim Miller RepoTteT . ......... .. . .. .. .. .. Bob Roos MasteT of Ce1·cmonies .... Charles Sparks HistOTian . . .. . .. . ...... Fred Schmitz

R. L. Banks J. V. Glaves· ·n. H. Hessling G. M . .Jost P.R. Kasten J. M. McKelvey \1\T. H. Magill R. L. Schmitz G. \1\T. \1\Talpert C. B. Yoder FACULTY MEMBERS

Dr. \1\T . T. Schrenk Dr. T. Day Prof. P . Delano Prof. M. Livingood


THETA TRU Theta Tau is a professional engineering fraternity whose first chapter was founded at the University of Minnesota, October 15, 1904. The eighth chapter, the Iota Chapter of the Missouri School of Mines, was established here on February 5, 1916. Membership in Theta Tau is not based altogether on high scholastic standing; its members are selected from those students who have th~ most promising engineering ability in general. The purpose of the organization is to stimulate a high standard of professional interest and ethics among its members. The rituals and ceremonies of the meetings are in themselves symbolic of this purpose.

S. L. Simons .J. H. Van Os K . N. Wygant

:MEMBERS

G . A. Allison H. Butzer A. R. Crosby C. A. Dick ]. D. Dowd C. E. Finley R. E. Frame R . E. Goodwin W. ]. Goodwin L. A. Hartcorn

PLEDGES

OFFICERS

Regent .. . ]. H. Van Os Vice-Regent . . . ...... . . . . . .. .. C. A. Dick Scribe .. . . .. .. ... . . .. . .. .. . ]. D. Dowd TreasuTeT .. .... ..... ... . . . 0 . M. Sievert Marshall . .. .. . . .... . . . . . . . J. H. Boetjer Inner Guard .. ... ..... . . . . ... G. D . .Jett Oute·r Gum-d . . .. .. . . .. .... "'' · D. Hicks Corresponding Secretm·y . . . R. W. Jamison

'"' · D. Hicks R. '"'· .Jamison .J. E. Jenkins 0. M. Sievert

ALLISON HARTCOR PLOESSER

BUTZER

CROSBY

DICK

HICKS

HOFFMAN

SIEVERT

SIMONS

E. Chestnut A. Hoffman E. .J. M assard R. D. Moeller L.A. Morgan A. P. Ploesser J. A. Scheineman G. L. Staley R . F. Summers R . .J. Yochuf!l

DOWD

FINLEY

JAMISON

JE t KI S

MASSARO

MORGAN

STALEY

SU 11\'IERS

VAN OS

WYGANT

GOODWIN


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Beta Omicron Chapter of Alpha Phi Omega was founded on the M .S.M. Campu& in the spring of 1939. The membership is limited to students who have at some time been associated with the Boy Scouts of America. The fraternity's aims are to promote service and to live in the fellowship of the Scout Oath and Law. The organization extends to the campuses of ninety-nine colleges and universities. The services of the local chapter .include: maintenance of a student book exchange, assisting the. local Boy Scout Troops, a finger-printing program, pro- ' vicling a guide service for Parents' Day, and decorating the gymnasium for Commencement Exercises.

HONORARY MEMBER

MEMBERS

R. L. Barmeier W . .J. Barnett G. E. Dean B. \ 1\T. Duffner K. K. Ikeuye R. W. Jamison E. J. M assard R .N. Roley W . .J. Thomas E. J. \1\Taltenspiel

OFFICERS

. \1\Tilliam Thomas President SecTeta1路-y . . . . . . . . ... Robert Jamison T1"easuTe-r路 ...... ... . . .... Eel Waltenspiel Histo?"ian . . . .. ..... . .. . .. . .. Ray Ikeuye Alumni SecTetaTy . . . . . . . . . . . Glen Dean Chaplain .. . .. . ... . ... . . . Ernest Massard

Dean Curtis L. \!\Tilson FACULTY ADVISERS

C. H. Black F. C. Dennie C . E. Boyd S. P. Ellison B. Guest K. K. Kershner


OFFICERS

President ..... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .J . D. Dowel Vice-President .. . . ... P. E. Des Jardins SeCTetary .... . ... . . . . . . . . . .. . S. L. Simons Treasurer . . . ... ... . . . .. . ... R . E. Wampler

This organization holds monthly meetings, where talks are given by studen ts themselves as well as by men prominent in this type of engineering. Through the medium of these talks, informal discussions and through the monthly journal published by the Institute, important and valuable information is brought to the attention of the student members. It thus enables the students of the mining and metallurgy departments of the school to discuss the current problems confronting their fields more intelligently.

RffiERICRn 路 InSTITUTE OF

m1n1nG nno ffiETRLLURGICRL EnGinEERS

MEMBER))

R . .J. Arana W. J. Barnett S. G. Bendorf C. M. Browning .J. Bush B. E. Buterbaugh R. L. Carmichael A. R. Crosby A. E. Copeland P. E. Des .J ardins

J.D. Dowel J . D. Elam .J. E. .Jenkins \V . L. Larson J. .J. Northcutt A. Olivares S. L. Simons ,K I Iyetake R. '"E. \tVampler


RffiERICRn InSTITUTE

ME MB E RS

R. L. Banks .J. H . Billy T. D. Blount vV. L. Break .J. '"'路 Brodhacker G. G. Coulter M. L. Custis Prof. P. Delano R. L. Heinick D . H. Hessling vV. A. Hubbard G. M . .Jost P.R. Kasten I. P. Kinder H. G. Landy Prof. M.D. Livingood R . T. Lohman vV . .J. Meifert J. R. Miller R.. E. Murray

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Pagano .J. G. Reilly R. W . Roos H. R. Rust H . F. Schalk F. W. Schmitz H . E. Schmoldt H. S. Scott E. M. Shank Dr. R. Smith C. H. Sparks D . .J. Stocker A. W. Thiele G. M . Walpert e ber '"'. E. D. A. Wicker C. B. Yoder S.

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A.S.T.P . MEMBERS

J. ' "'路 Stepansky G. S. Woodard路

OF

CHEffiiCRL EnGinEERS

OFFICERS

President ........ D . .J. Stocker Vi ce-President ......... . . . ... . .. ... E. M. Shank . .. F. W. Schmitz Secretary ....... . ... . T reasurer .. . .. .... . .. . . . . .. ... .... C . H. Sparks

The purpose of the American Institute of Chemical Engineers, formerly the Ira R emsen Society until 1939, is to band more closely together the student memb(:rs of this profession and to stimu late interest in the field of Chemical Engineering. This is made possible by holding meetings twice each month, at which the student members themselves may relate actual experiences encountered during summer employment. Occasionally, prominen t engineers are invited to address the society. In this way the student members are able to combine the theoretical as well as the practical side of their engineering field.


OFFICERS

President ............... ..... . E . .J. Waltenspiel Vice-President ............. .. .... A. W. Presnell SecretaTy ............ . ...... . ..... E. A. Weinel T1路easuTeT .. .. . ............... .... R.

,1\T. Mellis

The American Society of Civil Engineers has been on the campus of the Missouri School of Mines for twenty-one years, being organized in 1923 by the .Junior and Senior Civil Engineering Students with the aid of Professor J. B. Butler. The local chapter is a chartered member of the national organization which is the oldest engineering: society in America. One of the interesting and beneficial pha es of the socie ty is the lectures and reports on engineering conditions and problems given b y prominent engineers.

M E MBERS

RffiERICRn 路 SOCIETY

Of CIVIL EnGinEERS

R . L. Barmeier E. vV. Belew G. E. Henry .J. E. Little R. W . Mellis H. G. Moe A . "\'\T. Presnell J. Russo K. '"'路 Schoeneberg .E. J. 't\Talten piel

E . A. W einel R. T. '1\Thite 17 ACULTY ADVISERS

Prof . .J. B. Butler Prof. E. W. Carlton FACULTY M E MBERS

E. '"' 路 Carlton ]. B. Butler W. C. Alsmeyer


RffiERICRn InSTITUTE

MEMBERS

E. K. Allen G. W. Allen ·G. E. Barber H. D. Barnhart H. S. Block E. Chestnut D. H. Collar J. W. Copening .G. A. Davidson F. H. Drewing C. \V. Duke R. E. Emo C. E. Finley R. E. Gogan A. G. Goodhue J. R. Hansen R. ,1\T. Harlow W. P. Henne T. P. Hentshel A. S. Itterman R. W . .Jamison

L.

J.

J. .J amboretz

L. Krall D. G . LePere .J. A. Liley A. ,1\T. Lindberg .J. M. Lloyd T. D. Maintz 0. Milton R. E. Murphy T. Y. NorniR. E. Nuelle R. E. Pautler J. R. Riggs G. L. Ronat J. A. Smith B. Sparlin T. Stadlhofer R. L. Trogdon J. H. Van Os K. Wygant .J. E. vVylie

OF

ELECTRICAL EnGinEERS

OFFICERS

CounseloT .... Dr . .J. S. Johnson Chairman ... G. E. Barber Vic e-Chairman . .. . . . . . . . . . .. . H. D. Barnhart Secretar)l .... . ..... R. E. Gogan TTeasura ... .... ... T. D. Maintz

In order to give the students a chance to discuss the current proLlems confronting the Electrical Engineering field, the American Institute of Electrical Engineers was established on this campus. Reports given by professional men as well as students themselves are invaluable to the students in that they learn something about the practical application of their electrical engineering knowledge. The society helps the student to familiarl.ze himself with the parliamentary procedure and organization of learned societies.

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OFFICE RS

PTesiden t . . . . .. . ........ . . .. ..... . . R . 0. Dietz Vice-PTe sident ... . ........ . .. ..... H. F. Webers Seaetm-y ..... .. .. . ...... .. ...... . E. J. Massard T1路easureT ... . .. . .. . ..... . . . . .. . . .. J. C . Forbes.

The America n Society of Mechani cal Engineer s has been on the campu s of M.S.M. since the spring of 1930. It was organize d by Dr. Aaron J. Miles. The principa l objects of this student branch are to add to the student's acquaint ance the practical side of Mechani cal Engineer ing; to keep in touch with engineer ing progress; and to help the student meet men who are engaged in the actual practice of engineer ing. Students are alsC? o.ffered the opportun ity for self-expr ession on technical topics by the pre entation of formal reports, both written and oral.

MEMBE RS

Affi ERIt.An

SOCIETY OF

mECHAniCAL EnGinEERS

D. Brand L. F. Bridge F. H. Canning R. 0. Dietz .J. vV. Domian G. A. Feyerabe nd .J. C . Forbes T. B. Gettys .J. D . Costin D. A. Greco

D. C. Guilfoy D. H. Koch L. R . McClary E. J. Massard T . .J. Mazzone F. S. Nelson S. Orlofsky D. H . Steining er

'"路 .J.

Thomas H. F . ' 1\Tebers


MEMBERS

R. R. Denison J.D.Dowd vV. L. Larson A. R. Savu E. M . Schultz S. L. Simons R . .J. Adamo ' 'V. .J. Barnett P. 1. Damp拢 D. \V. Frommer

A . .J. Fuchs H . .J. Gillilanct W. Goodwin L. A. Hartcorn R. H. H eidenrich K. D. Kozeni R. S. Mateer E. P. Patterson V. J. Pingel R. S. Westwater

AffiERICRn SOCIETY FOR mETALS

OFFICERS

President Vice-President Secretary .. T1路ertsu1"er

. E. C. Goetemann .. C. A . Dick . .. W. L. Larson .... Prof. C. Y. Clayton

The M.S.M. Chapter of the American Society for Metals was organized as a student chapter of this National Society and was established in October, 1937. The national organization is composed of sixty chapters with a total membership of more than 16,ooo members. Membership in student chapters is open to junior and senior students in metallurgy, and national membership is open to graduates who become directly connected with the metal industry. The aim of the A.S.M. is to promote the arts and sc~ences connected with the manufacture and the treatment of metals, and thereby aid in the advancement of metal industry.


GLEE

CLUB OFFICERS

PTesident . Warren L. Larson Vi ce-PTesident ......... Ed. Blase Pianist ........ . . . ... .... .. . .. .. . Amy Goodhue

The Glee Club is one of the few musical organizations on the campus, being composed of those students, both Army and civilian, with talent in vocal music. The public performances which were given by the Glee Club have included numbers at the Baccalaureate exercises and at Assembly Programs. Since January 1943 D. H. Erkiletian, a faculty member in the mathematics department, has capably directed the Glee Club, and the performances have been enjoyed enthusiastically by the audiences.

MEMBERS

E. K. Allen G. W. Allen R.Buel J. H. Cox M. Cramer T. Devine W. Ellerman .J. Feltman

L. Fields

P. Gebhardt D. Hessling W. Larson W. Parish K.Poll M. Portmann

.J. Kennedy

G. Ronat W. Stoecker A.S.T. STUDENTS

W. Alexander, R. Autrey R. Ewing R. Hanske

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G. Hayden E. Kubat G. LeMaitre F. McDaniel H. Revelson ,1\T. Samples ,1\T. Stepansky


THE ORCHESTRA

MEMBERS

Dick Mateer, Mg-r. and t-rombone Bill Shivelbine, alto Thurston Blount, trombone Joe Sheppard, tenor Bob Hackman, trumpet Don Ruff, piano Joe Jenkins, alto sax AI Fuchs, string bass Bill Hubbard, tenor sax Vernon Johnson, dTums Denton Reff, guitar

This organization started as the "Musical Miners" led by Bob Balin and Dick Mateer, way back in 1940. It rapidly changed from a classical group to a dance band as new men were added. Although composed of students, its early career was not connected with school activities. Since, however, it has become more and more a campus organization, playing regularly at the school and fraternity dances. As with all things, the war has caused drastic changes in the band. Many of the in en have been taken in to the armed services from time to time. These lads are Rowe Powell, Jimmy Albritten, Jerry Kratz, George Meyer, Eric Casey, Hank Seidel, Walt George, Botts and A. T. Dunham, nearly a complete band in themselves, and some are now playing together at Iowa State.


STUDEnT counciL

OFFICERS

. .. .. . . .. . . . . . . . . ... M. Sievert President Vi ce-President . R . .J. Kick ........ P. E. Des .Jardins Secretary- Treasurer

A lternates

l'v1 embers

Organization

. . . . .. . .. . . . ... . ... . ... . L. A. Hartcorn Pi KajJjJa Alpha Kappa Sigma ........ . . . .. . . .. . ... . ... . ... . A. J. Fuchs Sigma Nu .. . . . .... .. . ..... .. . .J. D. Sheppard Sigma Pi ........... . ........ . . . . ... . R. N . Roley A. vV. Presnell Triangle Lambda Chi Alpha . . . ..... . R . .J. Kick Th eta Kappa Phi . .......... . P. E. Des .Jardins M. Sievert Ind ependents In de jJen dents .J. L. Krall . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . R. E. Pautler l ndep endents In dependen'ts H. R. Rust Independents J. H. Van Os Independents .. . .. . ..... . ..... . ... .. . . .. . . K. K. Ikeuye Independents ... . ... . .. . . . ... .. ....... .. . . . F. S. Nelson

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H. F. Schalk R . A . Crosby E. Moniak T. P . Hentchel R. E. Emo R . W . Jamison P. DampÂŁ

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H. ]. Gilliland


THE GOVERninG BODY The Student Council was founded here in 1937, and has been functionin g ever since that time. The Council consists of fifteen students. There are eight representative s from the Independe nts and one representa tive from each of the seven remaining social fraternities . The Student Council at the Missouri School of Mines is an organizati on whose purpose is to maintain an efficient and just form of student governme nt through its mutual relationsh ip with the student body and faculty. As a means to maintainin g a student governmen t, the Council appoints the Rollamo and Miner Board of Control, St. Pat's Board of Control, Dance Date Committee , and the General Lectures Committee . These committee s exercise supervisor y control over their respective activities.

FUCHS PAUTLER

HARTCORN PRES ELL

KICK RUST

KRALL SIEVERT

ELSON VA OS


InTERFRATERniTY COUnCIL OFFICERS

Presiden t . ..... . . . ... .. . . . . .... . .. . . .. . .H. F. Webers Vice-President . . . ..... . . ..... . .......... . ..... R . W. Mellis Secretary . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . P. A. Tucker Treasurer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . J. W. Wilson MEMBERS

Fmternity Seniors Triangle ..... . .. . .................. . ... H. F. Webers Sigma N u . . ......... . . . .. . .. .. ..... . .. P. A. Tucker Lambda Chi Alpha . . . ..... .... ....... . R. W. Mellis Sigma Pi .. . .. . ........ . .... . ....... . .. ., 1\T. L. Shivelbine Theta Kappa Phi . . . .... . . .. . ........... W. H. Barnett Pi Kappa Alpha .. . .. ... ... . . ..... ... . . .J. M. McKelvey Kappa Sigma . . ..... . . . ... . ... ..... . . . . .J. W. Wilson

]union J. A. Smith E. A. Milz A. K. Allen T. P. Hentchel L. H. Markway R. V. Gevecker R. E. Hackman

The Interfraternity Council is composed of a fair and equal r epresentation from each of the social Fraternal organizations on the campus of the Missouri School of Mines. Each fraternity elects a senior and junior representative to this council. This organization awards the Interfraternity Scholarship Cup, the Interfraternity Sing plaque, the Fraternity Man of the Year plaque, and promotes other competitive spirit among the fraternities.

BARNETT THOMAS

MELLIS TUCKER

SHIVELBJNE WEBERS

SMITH WILSON


InDEPEnDEnTS OFFICERS

PTesid en t ... . . . .. . . .. .. . . .. . . . . ........ .. .... Morris Sievert Vice-President . . . . ..... . . . . . . .. ....... .... John Brodhacker Secretary-Trertsu?路er . . . . . . .. . . . . . .... . . . . . . . .. . John Van Os

BOARD

.Juniors

Allen, G . \tV. Gilliland, H. J.

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Sophomores

Ikeuye, K. Ju ergens, R.

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FTeshmen

Crites, J. Vogt, J.

In 1935 the non-fraternity men on lhe Missouri School of Mines campu s organized "Th e Independents." The object of this organization, as outlined in its constitution, is to organize the non-fraternity men so they can better participate in th e various athletic, social, and other activities on this campus. The organization was designed to meet the n eeds of that large group of men who would have no other means of parti cipation m campus activities. All students who are not members of social fraternities on the Mi ouri School of Mines campus are eligible for membership, and will b ecome acti_ve members upon the payment of their annual clues. The Independents sp~nsor two dances each year, given at the school gymnasium, to which all tuclents are invi(ecl. Its members are actively engaged in all the various intramural sports and social activities.


OFFICERS

PTesident Business ManageT BoaTd of Control . .

. . Francis Nelson . . .. .. .. . ... .. . . ... .. John Northcutt Ray .Juergens Kay Ikeuye · · · · · · { Gef>rge Allen Richard Piasecke MEMBERS

George \IV. Allen Stanley G. Bendorf C. H. Black Ronald L. Carmichael Alvin Cook Mike Cramer Dan W. Daetwyler A. Michael Deichmann John H. DenBoer Leonard Diechman Richard Doisy James E. Dueker

James D. Elam William Ellerman Roger Heidenrich George Henry Don H. Hessling \Villiam F. Hubbard Kay Ikeuye Ray .Juergens Toe Kawaguchi Don Kozeni Ray Kuwamoto Yas Kuwamoto

THE TECH CLUB

Warren L. Larson Ernest Massard Harold Moe Francis Nelson Jack_ Nomi John Northcutt "Tack Ozawa Wesley Parish Edward Patterson Dick Piasecke Toe Russo Rigoberto Saenz

Gus Savu Jack Sisk John Sjoberg Bernard Sparlin John Stegner Samuel Tarson Fred Todd Kor Uyetake Joseph Vogt George Wal pert Charles Wehking

The Tech Club was established on a non-profit basis in 1939 to provide economical meals for a large number of Missouri School of Mines students. In April, 1943, fire swept the Club's Ninth- and Park location, but the organization remained intact and after occupying temporary quarters, moved to the present site. The Club won the Tau Beta Pi Scholarship Cup for the Spring semester of 1 943·


OFFIC E RS

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943 PTesident . . . . . . . . . . . . . . D. G. L ePere Vice-PTesiden t C. A. Dick T Tea,su.TeT . .. . . .... . ... . ... .J. R. Miller SecTetaT')' . ....... ... .. . .. E. Jse nmann

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H. R. R. N.

944 F. \1\Tebers Seabaugh N. Rolev 0 . Rankin

MEMBERS

G. A. Allison (B) E. B. Blair (B) ]. Bush (T) W . P. Crain (F) C. A. Dick (F) \IV. H. Gammon (F) E. E. Hoehn (F) E. S. Isenmann (B) A. S. Ittermann (T)

E. D. L. E.

M. Kan e (F) G . LePere (F) H. Markway (F) H. Miller (F) T. R. Mi ller (F) N. 0. Rankin (T) R. R . Seabaugh (F) A. Tapperson (F) R . N. Roley (F)

TT F. \ 1\T o bers (T) \ V. E. \1\Teber (Ten .)

H. E. Portman (F) ASTP MEMBERS

S. Ton es D. 路P . Bergman \!. A. Balchunas R . E. R eich elt R. E. Drake

The "M" Club was founded in 1938 as an organization to aid in raising the standard of sportsmanship around the Missouri School of Mines campus and to create a better feeling of fellowship among m embers of the athletic teams. Since its organization six years ago it has advanced considerably both in size and popularity. The members encourage a larger number of men to participate in the sports of our school, lend assistance at the various athletic contests, and perform other functions of service to aiel in increasing school morale and clistinguishment.

R . B. \ 1\Thi tehill D . .J. Harrington G . .J. Brenn er R . C. Gauerke A. R . Hau sau er J. K. Booher L. H . Bahr M. L. Cohn L. D. Smith

THE "ffi"

CLUB


THE EnGinEERS' CLUB

The Engineers' Club is the olrlest organization of its kind on the campus. It was organized in 1934 to meet the urgent demand by a group of students in need of economical, wholesome meals. The Club has not only lived up to its original purpose, but also has strengthened the fellowship among the Independents and stimulated their interest in campus activities. It held the Tau Beta Pi Scholarship Cup for the 1943 Summer semester and sponsored a dance last fall. The Club is managed by the President and the Secretary-Treasurer subject to the approval of a board of control which is elected from the members of each class.


OFFICERS

President . .. . . ..... .. . ... . . . . . . ..... .... .... ... Carl Finley Seaetary- T1·easurn . .. . .. . .... . ... .. .. .. . .... . .. Max Custis Board of Control . . . . . .. . . ..... . ............

l Leon Eriv ~Hackman Yee JI van Kinder

MEMBERS

Eugene Allen

Carl Finley

Martin Portman

Raul Arana

Harry Gilliland

Richard Raining

Don Atkisson

Rayfield Gogan

Gordon Reader

Bob Balin

Donald Guilfoy

Allen Reichert

Bob Banks

Richard Hansen

Gene Ronat

Harold Hopper

Henry Rust

Charles Hornecker

Fred ,Schmitz

Ed Isenman

Richard Schmitz

Millard Kadera

Edward Schultz

Ivan Kinder

Harry Scott

Richard Lane

Sanford ;Simons

James Liley

Glen Staley

Allen Lindburg

Bob Summers

Don Collar

Ed Little

James Trace

Eugene Copeland

Don Lowder

Ray Trogdon

John Cox

Ty Maintz

.John Van Os

.Joe Crites

Gene McDowell

Charles Victor

Max Custis

Arthur Meenen

Richard 'Wampler

Dean Daniels

.Jim Miller

Kenneth Wilhelms

.James Dowd

Rav Murphy

Sanford \1\T ool

Bill Dragoset

Don Meyers

Hackman Yee

Fred Drewing

Nils Nelson

Bob Murray

Leon Eriv

Robert Pautler

\•Valter Kramer

Ed Barkley Ed Barnhardt Walter Blackshaw Bill Break Herman Brinkman Charles Brockmeyer John Brodhacker Elwood Buterbaugh Ed Chestnut

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A vital asset toward the ma~ing of a well~ grounded college is the par~ ticipation of the student in extra curricular activities . 'These are vital to gaining administrative experience and relaxation and friendly companionship.


THE

m. I. R.

R. CHRffiPS

The M . I. A. A. officials pronounced the Missouri Miners conference champions, although they competed against only two other M. I. A. A. teams. The 1943 Miner football t e a m indeed played a championship season holding quite a long list of victories.

Coach es Hafeli> Estes> and G ladden

SEASOn'S RESULTS U. of Arkansas ____ _______ _49

Miners ___ __ __ _ 0

Warrensburg Mules __ 6

Miners _____ ___ 0 M iners __ ___ ___ l9

Missouri U. B-Team 0

Miners ________ 19

Illinois Wesleyan U. __ 0

Miners ________ 8

0

Miners __ ______ 25

Camp Robinson ________ 14

Miners ________ 27

Pittsburg Teachers ____ 34

Miners ________ l4

Cape Girardeau

CajJtain D ick T osses One

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6

Illinois Normal


FOOTBALL THE STRRS 0F

m. S. m.

AL DICK- Captain of this yea r's squad and outstanding player on the 1943 team. Al, a brilliant passer and a great line backer, put plenty of pep into his team mates. JIM MILLER- Jim completed his third season as one of the outstanding halfbacks on the Miner team. Most of the running plays were centered around Jim's aggressiveness. DON LEPERE- First string center of the year's team. Don, playing nearly sixty-minute ball in every game, made tackle after tackle when backing up the line on defense. EARL KANE- Better known as "Killer," finished his fourth season of football at MSM. He has played nearly every position on the squad and all equally well. Earl started out as guard, but this past season he has alternated between quarterback and end. BoB DRAKE- An AST student from Detroit, added plenty of speed to the Miner backfield when play ing from his position at left halfback. ART TAPPERSON- A Sophomore end exhibited much ability at catching passes. "Tap" accounted for many Miner touchdowns in his first season with the team.


Pass ComjJleted-Touchdown!

Thirty-yard Gain by Capt. Dick

THE STRRS 0F ffi. S. ffi. FRANK SCHOFRO- One of the hardest hitting linemen of the past few years accounted for many tackles and upsets against our opponents. This was Frank's first season of football at MSM. BOB ROLEY- Flashy little quarterback, playing considerably better ball in this, his second season. Bob was the brains of the squad as first string quarterback. VIC BALCH UNAS-Another AST student, playing a very good game at fullback, expert at finding holes in the enemy defense and picking up many long gains for the Miners. RAY SEABAUGH- This was Ray's second season at guard for the Miners, although he is only a sophomore. He played nearly sixty-minute ball this season contributing much to the strong line of defense. ]ACK NOMI -

] ack was a dependable quarterback who played

a brilliant game from the key position. He was a small aggressiv'e player, giving much trouble to the opponent's tacklers. BOB WHITEHILL- An AST man playing at halfback added much spark to the Miner backfield and accounted for many touchdowns.


MILLER SCHOFRO

HOEHN

ROLEY

GAMMON

CAPT. DICK

KANE MILLER

LE PERE

MARKWAY

SEABAUGH KANE

DICK

ROLEY LE PERE


THE STARS 0F

m. S. m.

MARTIN PORTMAN-The tall man of the Miner line, who accounted for many tackles. This was Portman's first year to letter, showing much promise as a lineman. BILL CRAIN-A Freshman end, was outstanding on offense making several amazing pass catches for touchdowns. He was one of the few Freshmen to letter this year. BoB REICHELT-An AST player strengthened the team by filling in at the quarterback position. EARL HOEHN- An outstanding all around offensive man. His kicks took the Miners out of danger many times. His passing and running strengthened the Miner attack. BERNIE SEXAUER-Remarkable player both offensively and defensively. His accurate blocking and tackling will be missed on the Miner line next season. LEROY MARKWAY-Dependable tackler, stopping many of the opponents attacks. He was one of the outstanding Sophomores and shows promise for nex路t year's squad. BILL GAMMON- A Freshman halfback whose elusive runr~ing netted the Miners .m any yards. Bill's playing ability will be a great asset to next season's team.

Touchdown Pass

Out of Bounds


A.S.T.P. Football Squad

H. S. T. P~ I nTRRmURRLS The A. S. T. P. participated with great success in the intramural program in competition with the fraternity and class organizations. The men were organized into teams according to their division into platoons, which yielded a total of eight teams. The winner of the first term was the Cardinals, while the Giants captured the honors in the second term. In keeping with the physical fitness program, the obstacle course proved to be of great interest among the A. S. T. P . m en. The outstanding event of the season was the triumph of the Cardinals over the Dodgers in tough football. Charles Bradshaw of the Indians was the shining individual star in setting a new record in the 6o-yard free style swim of 32.4 seconds, as well as coming in first in the obstacle course.

The winners In the vanous sports are as follows: Touch Football . . . . .. . ... ....... . . .

...... Cardinals

Cross Country ... .... .. ....... . ... . ... . .. Pirates (Barton) Obstacle Course ...... .. . . ... .. . ....... . . . ..... . . Dodgers Basketball ........ .... . .. . . . . . . .. ...... .. ......... Giants Swimming .. . . . . . .. . .. .... . .. . . .... . . .. .......... . Giants


lnTRRffiURRLS

" Champ" Bradshaw Opens UjJ

Kaempf Shoots a L eft

Blocked!

INTRAMURAL BOXING AND WRESTLING \VINNERS WRESTLING R ep1路est. Class, Wt . Name Army ll8 Herb Harrod Army 126 Harry Schuttenberg Sigma Pi Ted Hentchel . . . . . . . . . . 135 Army Don Snyder ........ . . . . 145 Triangle Lawrence Seltzer . . . . . . 165 Army 175 . . . . . . . . . . Cohn Maurice Dave ' 路V ood . ... .... . ... Heavy Army BOXING

Joseph LePage . . . . . . . . 112 Joseph. Conley ......... 118 .John \Vilks .. . .. .... . .. 126 Harry Butler .... . . . . . 1 35 .John McCarthy ....... .. 145 Bill Gammon . . . .. .. . . . 1 55 Charles Bradshaw ...... 165 George Brenner ....... . 175 Martin Portmann ..... . Heavy

Triangle Army Army Army TKP Kappa Sig Army Army Eng. Club


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R igh t in the E)•e! Nomi vs. Schofro Portmann Misses

B eginning of the End B -renner Drops Smith Canning Goes Over


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The basketball season began with a minimum of ex perienced Miners on the team, but hard work proved to make a successful season of one that otherwise might have been a grim one. The soldier teams sent out by Fort Wood and Parks Air College were met and defeated with ease by the Miners. The colleges, however, were represented by more experienced men. The Warrensburg team was classed by Coach Gladden as probably the most formidable in Missouri. The ASTP boys that worked with the Miners did an excellent job, and it was through their support that the Miners were so successful. Captain Norman Rankin, a tall, rangy Sophomore also did a remarkable job in keeping the team on the alert when the going was the toughest.

B asketball T eam in Action Against Cape Gimrdeau


BRSKETBRLL TEAM MEMBERS Mine1's Allison, George Blair, Edward Crain, Bill Dewester, Lloyd Kasten, Paul Montgomery, Robert Rankin, N or.man Tappmeyer, Ronald Vogt, Robert

Position Forward Guard Guard Guard Forward Forward Guard Center Guard

Class Home Senior _____________ ______ _Chester, Ill. Senior __ ________________ Clayton, Mo. Frosh __________ Christopher, Mo. Frosh ________________ Rockanna, Ill. Senior ----------------1 ackson, Mo. Senior ________________ Sikeston, Mo. Soph ____ ___________ ___ ____ Rolla , Mo. Frosh ____________ Owensville, Mo. Junior ____ ____________ St. Louis, Mo.

SEASON'S RESULTS A. S. T. P.

Aftman, Wm. M . .... Plain Well, Mich. Allen, J. B . ...... North Canton, Ohio Bishop, L. L., Jr. . . Prairie Creek, Ind. Loop, J. H. . ... . Los Angeles, Calif. Martin, M. S. . ......... Denver, Colo.

Fort Wood . . ............ Fort '1\Tood ....... . ... .. Fort Wood ...... ... .... ... Fort Wood .. . ........ . . . .. Fort Wood ... . ...... ... . .. Cape Girardeau "B" . . . . . . . Cape Girardeau . . . . . . . . . . . . Drury College . . . . . . . . . . . . . Parks Air College . . . . . . . . . . ' 1\Tarrensburg . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Cape Girardeau . . . . . . . . . . . . Drury College .. . ... . ... . ..

A .S.T.P. Physical Training Class-Basketbal l

16 27 32 30 24 44 40 43 36 52 49 41

MSM 34 MSM 56 MSM 62 MSM 34 MSM 86 MSM "B" 31 MSM 29 MSM 33 MSM 53 MSM 41 MSM 27 MSM 40



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MEMBERS

KRPPR SIGffiR

Elmer Aschmeyer William Bassett Edward Blair Donald Brand George Burke Robert Crosby Alfred Dick Robert Dietz .John Domian Glen Doss Calvin Duke Russell Frame Alan Fuchs

Earl Hoehn William Hubbard

Joseph Jenkins Donald Koch Richard Mateer George Meyer William Nichols Alan Ploesser Charles Reed William Rule Raymond Seabaugh Bernard Sexauer Earl Shanks Thomas Gettys Arthur Tapperson Robert Hackman Jesse Bill '!\Tilson Robert Yochum

PLEDGES

Elmer Belew William Hackel Howard Casselman George Juenger William Crain Kenneth Lee Lloyd DeWester Jack. Mueller Robert Entzeroth John L. O'Sullivan '"' illiam Gammon Donald Ruff .J olm Schindler


OFF I CERS

President V ice-President Secretary Treasurer Hous e M annger

.. John Domian . R obert Crosby ... Earl Shanks . Robert Di etz . Glen Doss

Kappa Sigma was founded at the University of Virginia in 186o. The B e ta Chi chapter was installed at Missouri School of Mines in 1903, and was one of the original three social fraternitie s which were chartered here in that year. The chapter was awarded the Intramural Sports Trophy for the 1943 Spring semester, and received the traveling Interfraternity Sing Plaqu e last fall.


MEMBERS

W. G. Barnes R. E. Emo L. E. Fields W . E. Howard

TRIAnGLE

L. J. Jamboretz

H. G . Landy

A . W. Presnell K. N. Rasmussen ]. A. Smith R. A. Vogt H . F. Webers R. T. White

R . L. Willi'amson 路

PLEDGES

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H . C. Brehe G . G. Coulter H. L. Hoff

0. M. Olson S. J . A. Pagano .J. D. Powell


OFFICERS

PTesiden t ....... . ...... J ames A. Smith Vice-PTesident ........ A lbert \ t\T . Presnell R ecmding Sec1·etm·y . .. William. G. Barnes Con·es. SeaetaTy . . . Kermit N. Rasmu ssen TTeaStaeT . . . . . . Robert A. Vogt St ewaTd .... .. .. . . ... Larry ]. Jamboretz C hapteT Editm· .. .. .. . ... Ronald E. Emo Libm1·ian . .... . .... .. H erb ert G. Landy

Triangle is a National Professional Engineering Fraternity founded in the fall of 1906 at the University of Illinois. The Grubstaker's Club of the Missouri School of Mines campus was installed as the Missouri Mines Chapter of Triangle on December 10, 1927. In the past year thi s chapter has won the Interfraternity Council Scholarship Cup for the fourth time out of the six semesters the cup has been in circulation.


MEMBERS

PI KRPPR RLPHR

Joe Bush

Ralph Rolde

Carl Davis

Don L eP ere

John Ehrlich

James McKelvey

Robert Gevecker

Robert Murray

Robert H arlow

\ 1\1 illiam Rutledge

Louis Hartcorn

H erma n Schalk

路vvilliam H ellwege

Frank Schofro

AI Itterman

\ 1\1 alter

vV e ber


OFFICERS

Fall I943

PTesident

..... Al Itterman

Vice-PTe,sid ent TTeasuTeT SeaetaTy

.. Herman Schalk

John Ehrlich . .. James McKelvey

SjJTing I944

Herman Schalk James McKelvey .John Ehrlich Walter Weber

Pi Kappa A lpha fraternity was fo unded at the University of Virginia March 1, 1868. The Alpha Kappa chapter, one of the early social fraternities at Missouri School of Mines, dates b,ack to November 28, 1905. During the past year the chapter has taken an active part m all campus activities and fraternity affairs.


MEMBERS

R. L. Barmeier

THETR KRPPR PHI

R. W. Klorer R. T. Lohmann L. H. Markway

vV. J. Barnett H. G. Butzer P. M. DampÂŁ T. J. Mazzone M. ]. Delany J. ]. McCarthy P. E . Des Jardins R. E. Nuelle A. Olivares B. W. Duffner E. C. Goetemann R. P. Rauch D. A. Greco R. W . . Roos W. P. Henne ]. B. Selle J. ,1\T. Hoelscher W . .J. Thomas D. ]. Stocker G. M. Jost L. R. Kaempf A. H. Thorwegen ]. C. Vorbeck

PLEDGES

F. E. Altmann R. W. Buel R. F. Conners R. E. Corbett T . G. Devine R. T. Dreher

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A . Feltmann T. H. Ferber

H.

.J. Galavis .J . Meifert

W. ]. F. Neher ]. T. O'Brien H. E. Pankau

T . R. Salisbury G. Sauri ]. Strubert


OFFICER S

. R. W. Klorer President ... .D . A. Greco .. .. .. Vice-P1路esiden t .... J. C. Vorbeck Treasurer . ... .. .. P. E. Des .J arcli ns Sec1路etary Pledge Manager . . ... . . ... ]. J. McCarthy H. istorian .. . ... . ....... B. vV. Duffner . L. H. Mark way Sageant-at-A 路r ms

Mu of Theta Kappa Phi, formerly the Mercier Club, dates back to 1936 on the Missouri School of Mines campus. The Mercier Club was organized by a group of Catholic students in April 1925 and continued as such until 1936 at which time it joined the national Catholic Fraternity of Theta Kappa Phi. During the following years, Mu chapter has grown in the national organization until it now possesses the National Efficiency Trophy for chapter efficiency and the Sun Trophy for the best chapter publication.


MEMBE RS

SIGffiH PI

R . Adamo ]. Adams E. Barron T. Blount ]. Bottom G . Davidson D . Glick ] . Haleski T. Hentche l

F . Koenig vV. Magill R. Montgom ery .J. R iggs K. Rudert H. Schmold t W. Shivelhi ne R. Smith W. Smother s

] . Janssen P. Kasten V. Kasten

C. Sparks A. Thiele R . Roley

J.

Chalk

PLEDGE S

H . Brown R . Isringha us ]. Kueser

E. Pillep K. Sheppar d F. Wright


OFFIC E RS

President

...... ... H. Schmoldt

V.-Pres. and Pledge Maste1" . .. T. H entchel Secretary .W. Magill Treasurer .. . ... . .... J. Riggs Historian .. . . . . .. .. R. Adamo Sergeant-at-Arms ............. K. Rudert

Alpha Iota Chapter of Sigma Pi, installed in May, 1933, is one of the younger fraternities on the Missouri School of Mines campus. The chapter participates in all campus and fraternity activities . Alpha Iota won trophies in Intramural Softball in the Spring and Summer of 1943.


MEMBERS

Anton Boaz Bridge Chaney J. B. Clayton J. w. Copening G. A. iF eyerabend .J. V. Glaves G. T. Grant J. W. Griffiths .J. H. Keller

C. P. L. R. F. L. .J. B.

SIGffiR

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M. D. Lightfoot 0. Milton E. A . Milz E . Moniak N . 0. Rankin J. D. Sheppard R. A . Tappmeyer Tee D. P. A. Tuc~er E. A. Weinel D. A. Wicker

M:

PLEDGES

B. Martin F. H. Canning ,1\T. Kiburz T. H. Morrow E. L. Oliver


OFFICERS

President .. Joe K. K eller Vic e-P1路es iden t .J. D. Sheppard . Eugene Moniak SecTetary T1路eas'Ln er .... .. ... .. . .. John V. Glaves

The Sigrna Nu Grand Fraternity was founded at the Virginia Military Institute in 186g. Gamma Xi chapter of Sigma Nu which was installed in 1903 was the first social

~raternity

on the 1\II.S.lVI. campus.

In the 41 years since its establishment, the memb ers 'of Gamma Xi chapter have strived to make their Fraternity "a shrine of l earning and a temple of good fellowship," and now look hopefully toward th e future.


MEMBERS

Allen, K. Billy, J. H . D ean, G. E.

LRffiBDR CHI RLPHR

Frommer, D . '"'路 R ein eck, R. L. Hoffman, A. Jamison, R . W. Kick, R . .J. McClary, L. R. McC utch en, N. L.

lVIellis, R. W. Murphy, R . E. Mushovic, P. Nevin, F . E. N iewoehner, R . .J. Orlofsky, S. Setchfield, R. E. Schieneman,

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A.

Stoecker, ' "'路 F. Tatoian, G.

PLEDGES

Gebhardt, P.

Padovano, A.

Hailey, H. McCumber, D. Mestemacher, M.

R eilly, J. Stadelhofer, J. Welborn, T.


OFFICERS

Preside nt

.. . Cy Orlofsky

Vice-PrPsid e n t

. Bob Jamison Sec1路etm)1 ........ . ......... Lee ~cClary . . . .... Gle nn Dean Treasw路er

The Lambda Chi Alpha Fraternity was founded in 1 gog on the campus of Boston University. The chapter now active on the ~.S.~ . campus originated in 1913 and was then known as the ~ucker's C l ub. In 1 g17 this club was admitted to the fraternity as the Alpha Delta Zeta of Lambda Chi A lpha Fraternity. The house which the chapter now occupies was purchased in 1g23. It is the oldest fraternity house on the campus, being built shortly after the close of the Civil War. In 1g17 the chapter voluntarily became inactive-all of its members joined the armed forces. Today, Alpha Delta boasts that nearly one hundred of its members are in the services.

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• CHARLIE and HOMER TUCKER Offer You ' THE "TUCKER DAIRY/' HOME OF "ROLLA'S 100% QUALITY PASTEURIZED MILK// ICE CREAM/ SOFT DRINKS, AND DAIRY SPECIALTIES FOR YOUR PARTIES I03 West lOth Street

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.. OCTOBER Miners lose to Mules 6-o. Music Club gets a con stitution. Frosh dance held at Pennant. M iners d efeat Illinois Normal 1g-6. Tau Beta Pi pledges nine men . Blue Key pledges thirteen. First time in history Miners win homecoming game. B Team 18-o. Engineers' Club takes scholastic honors.

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NOVEMBER Miners b eat Illinois v\Tesleyan 8-o at ' '\Talsh Stadium. J enkins and Mateer collect their eigh t bucks. They made it to Chicago on their iron horse. Miners swamp Cape 25-o. Theta Tau pledges nine men. Fred Schmitz h ead s both A.X.E. and A .I.Ch.E. Phi Kappa Phi elects eight. M iners trounce Camp Robin son eleven. Sever Committee visits M .S.M . Kansas State Teachers stops 路M iners w inning streak at five games. Barmeier h eads A .P.O . .M iners declared M.I.A.A. football champs. Lambda Chi 's Harvest Dance turns out to be outstanding dance of semester. Sexau er is drafted.

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ROLLA, MISSOURI DECEMBER .Frosh-Soph game ends in 6-6 tie. Eng ineers' Club throws sh indig with shortage of women. Love has come to .John k and Van Os. Interfrat Sing plaque missing. Blue Key to publish Rollamo .. C~gers win first 'game from Army. Kappa Sig's in trod u ce new Dawn Dance, a sleepy affair. Kick takes the count twice in one weekend. Van Os heads Blue Key, Hoffman A.l.M.E., and J enkins A .S.M. Miners welcome vacation.

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JA NUARY The ta Kaps introdu ce no vel h ell week trick. Make enemi es. R oos, L ePere a nd Itterman sucked in b y women over holid ays. 路 Miners kee p winning at basketball. A .S.M. 路 holds banquet at Paul 's. Kinder h eads Tau Beta Pi. Seventy-three seniors to r eceive degrees. The " boys" have an egg supper at the Engineers' Club. Kick is new Student Council President.

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FEBR UAR Y Enrollment h its new low of Bill H icks

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married.

Cy takes a train r ide to the Pennant. Mateer trades iron horses. At long last the gym is open for stu dent dances. Students taki ng cou rses over. P rofs so very in teresting. All good thi ngs m u st come to an end so "We go

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